Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 16, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Julian C. Yonge

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visit .the door prize stores and for $1 in advertisements in this I I area are invited to visit these -.* North, Florida Appliance. .
: ; Public Invited To Register Now leave your name and address. issue of The Telegraph.The stores and register for the attrac- Winkler Electric "'

The 16 door prizes will be an door prizes will be on display tive door prize offered by each: '

fot'. I For Valuable Door Prizes Given FreeFifteen pers extra who addedattraction take, advantage to'shop of City-- in each cooperating store Eagle Store Starke Bullington's Builders.. ..*. ,'> '..

x Jis wide Dollar ana and will include such attractive Barksdale'sstump's '
Days this Friday Bradford BuildinV Supply!
,;'. .. : Saturday the first big cooperative gifts as a 17-jewel Bulova watch Dept. Store Denmark Furniture
.' ,.. Starke stores are inviting -a(given away at .the close of business sales effort staged by the given away at Williams Jewelry, Co.
I k:... .. customers to come in 'and Saturday There is nothingto Starke Retail Merchants Association and 15,000 BTU Thermolaire gas Alvarez Store Slade Gas Co., .

t;< ... :-' register this.Friday and -Saturday buy and you need not be pre- in 1961. Most Starke storesare heater given by Slade Gas Co. Williams Jewelry Bottom Dollar
['i'.: .' for valuable door prizes to, be I sent to win your prize. Simply featuring outstanding values All shoppers in the Starke trade Koch Drug Store Bradford Co. Telegraphyear.
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ranking officers gather: for "cho,,'" at the open house held

at the'new maintenance center J4 Camp Blanding last Friday. From

left, (cloclwUe) : Brig. Gen. Win.. Sobewe assistant to Deputy Chiefof I 3,goo Copies
Staff for Resen'e Components, Washington D. C.; Col.. C. B. Metcalf BRADFORD TELEGRAPHOfficial "

comptroller, National Guard Bureau, Washington, D. C.; Brig. Every Weak

lea Ralph W., Cooper, assistant Adjutant General, St. Augustine; .
CoL J. A. Griffin, State Maintenance Officer, ramp Blanding;. )(a-J.
Gen. Mark W. Lance, Adjutant General, St. Augustine; Mrs. Kaiser, County Publication Established In 1879 .' ,

wife of Brig. Gen. Kaiser; commander of Atlanta General -
Depot Lt.
Cpl. French, Aviation Officer, and Capt. Tom Dunn, Aviation Maintenance '
Officer, both with the National Guard Bureau, Washington. To P. K. ., ::. .
Harley Starling
New National Guard Warehouse ,

Scene Of Open 'House, Barbecue Cagers Lose Title Put On ProbationFor Development Autharity .

Some 475 guests gathered last tenance activities at Camp Bland-
.Friday1" afternoon t for open house ing. He said the National Guard I By Single Point Six Months Requested At Hearing'
activities at the new Maintenance maintenance program at Bland-I
Center, Florida Army Rational ing had an annual payroll of .."...,. .

Guard, in Camp Blanding.. $553,000 in salaries, exclusive of !' A technical foul called on a to cut Starke's margin to 4342. _After denying a motion for a Request for legislation creatinga i years ago by the Commission at Under this PfcposaJ' the
Activities Included a barbecue the regular payroll of Company Starke player who jumped from With 1:41: remaining, Spring- retrial on February 3, County Bradford County Development the request of School Superin- first $15,000. would .continue go-
luncheon served at 4 o' 1otk, and B Ordnance unit. the bench and shouted "No" may field sank two free throws to push Authority was presented at a public tendent H. P. Morgan for addi- Ing to the Hospital Board but for
conducted tours of all 'sections Families of maintenance em- have cost Coach Carleton Koch's the Wave out front 4443. P. K/s Judge: T. A. Yawn sentenced Law- hearing last Thursday mornIng tional funds to meet emergeny the next two :years wbujd'.be earmarked -
of maintenance activities,,)including ployees were included among the Tornado basketballers the 1961 Ken Turja, who led his team tey' Marshal Sumpter Harley and by a five-member committee needs of school maintenance. for repaying the"$30OOOloailed

new' offices, combined field guests, and pony rides and mo- Keystone Conference Champion- with 16 points, fouled out shortly his- companion,. Hpyt Starling to from the Starke-Bradford County Morgan Objects to the auth qtr.. .
maintenance shop' and organizational vies were provided to entertainthe ship by one point. thereafter, but Strickland missedhis six.months -probation. under the Chamber of Commerce. The CC committee explained Alternate ..Pfcsr. ;

maintenance "shop'number children.Col. With: 1:41 in the championship two free throws. supervision of the Parole Com- The hearing, first of its kind that in recommending a reversion Upon questioning, Rep.
seven. James A. Griffin State game with P. K. Yongeof, Gaines- Then came the technical foul mission for Bradford County was set up to the 50-50 division it was Thomas, Edmorrdsontajdthe hos-
Featured speaker was Maj. Gen. Maintenance Officer said the bar- ville Saturday night Blue Waver and Mathis sank what proved to for voluntary intoxICa- by Senator Charley E. Johns and considered expedient to give the pital trustees' offered',thls.: as analternate
:Mark W. Lance, .state Adjutant becue was made possible through Clayton Mathis sank the free be the winning point of the tour- tion.Harley Representative A. 'J. Thomas Jr. Commission some additional funds planto get t ,authority -

General, St. Augustine who described ''.cooperation of Winn-Dixie Stores, throw the technical gave him and nament. and, Starling were triedon to, hear proposals for local legislation at this time with the understanding in operation as soon aran .act
economic benefits derived and drinks were provided by the I made what proved to..be the winning All-Tournament Team January 16.on .charges of Profane going before the 1961 Leg- that if the Hospital Board could be passedbut that the
by the community from .main- 'Starke Coca-Cola Bottling Co. I' point of the hard' fought. The'Gainesville Sun'selected an language and public intoxication islature. should need financial help, with board had no objection, tthe Y
45-44 contest. All-Tournament team of 10 .players } The committee requested that the removal of its $15,000 in race ,other plan, whereby th e.flrgf $1$,-
C. P. Nettles '5:10.: NowTornadoes After the free throw::P.. K.:was three- of 'whom ',were from i as the result,of a ,ruckus the authority be financed by the revenue, the Commission wouldbe ,000 would. eo .to the authority' direct -

leading 45-43 when Starte'g} ,Dewey Starke and three from P.. K. at the home of Mrs.'PUntsBrownoLawteYiJUother first $15.000 In race track money responsible for its needs. starting in, ,lsei2... .
Found Dead McKinney was fouled;wit1 ,JUst Yonge.' Strickland, :Euhlce and of former.Law- coming to the county, starting Supt. Morgan objected to returning E. L. Matthews, ,airinan; of
: Win% 12 seconds remaining.connected Franklin Tomlinson Were Chosen ey<-Marshal -Mitchell Brown. Mrs. with the fiscal year 1961-62, and to the 50-50 division the Committee, said $hYnBm-;|
1 I on the first try but missed .on from Starke and Turja '.M th1s, Brown signed ,affidavits ;against recommended that all racing stating that school financial needs bers of this group-had' nov'tuyi. .a
Wednesday the second lp.igivethe. ,) lue';Ware and Mike Timmerman .Were the the pair on the two charges after. funds over that amount be divided are growing every year and that chance -to. itudy .4'jttheir 'fjh')
1 : Over'CallahanI a.:onepaii. t'45-14 4 ,T1ctof'i andthe: Blue Wave,picks.,Other :members the,,fracas.on becember, equally between the County i the loss of even a few thousand boatd''proposat'b..,:..,..a, ; '/ ; !'' '
day :in First ..Christian: :,-Church r conference, --cr6wh J > ,' <:V- of the' team are Bobby;;Ritch of W.. C. Phillips, ,former Waldo Commission and, the Board ,of :dollars would hurt. first'rose i \0' alit'r, '.

lake;Butler for Charles Preston ;: Callahan's Ramblers fell prey I ''They placedtheihearts'ou. : ," Santa Fe' ; John'Watson' of-':Mac- marshal., involved in the fight Public Instruction -" R. E. Edmondson, administrator I preferred'whereby theft ij F'-"
Kettles, 53,,who was found dead 61-52 TuesdaY.nIght to 'was the way Coach;Kochjphrased; clenny, Sammy Alvarez of Fern- along with Mrs. Brown's nephew. .At present, the.first: 415,000 Of.,th$ Bradford County, Hospital the money ;jf"
last Wednesday.'Februaryin his, a 1t;-adding, "1 'was :Sur .'pfoijd: of an{ jntf.Beach 'and Jimmy Wil- Raymond I Prevatt, also signed fan from Bradford's- racing:a.re. :i iuw submitted\ a proposal from l.j ceived direct;: 'Hethehospital ',b er.
bedropm'' at the home $T.J-4,, basketball squad .which has ,come}them. J'f ;?\A fl.Trie ..' 11aJU'tbl Live.Oak.. affidavit against Harley,and Starling :- goes to.U1e.& ord: bunfy/Hos-. 'hospital., trustees In' which .t1 ? rtrics.s 1t
''Brannen': ;LneapiHamptonJunction. {1$$riTfe-lately: by winning two 'cf ""' oach'l m nted-that4tt e '--;Em loYTng-.a.'ulkcour. -' ''jJfess"mosl'of frorl&siinlFand'ljaftery'butthe pit f Bo Cwjlh'rall.overrthat: : amount :I'suggested lending-the developmentauthority J would< be given further'It &2y.

on TT. S. SOI.Bradford .. )ts last three games, the loss being game, 'played In>the-.Santa: ..Fegymwas.a the'game,'Tornadoes .two were',:never,tried, on. the. being divided 60 per centto. $30,000 from surplus I was auaested. 'by.:both the
County. .Sheriff P. D. by'only one point. tough one.:to JoseBiit, led all the- way.,In their 58-55' (third' .charge.In the School Board and 40 per funds so the.uthorlty would have Chamber of ,Commerce'.cbmaitt; : 6
Reddish said Nettles apparentlydied : he said, "We had several-.chances win over Macclenny in the semi- the day-long trial on January cent to the Commission The 6040 operating funds at once, without and the hospital truifees'that'the
Using a strong first the
quarter '
: from a self-inflicted. ballet to win'' It.on free throws In one finals Frilay: night. 16 'Harley,land Starling' were con- ; split was' agreed upon three waiting until the 1961-62 fiscal division of h3ra1fbxi'a." racetrack
wound.. A retired Navy chief Tornadoes got off to a fast 15-3 ,and one situations but,, we.missed Paced by Woody'Strickland and, /icted.pn: charges of voluntary intoxication I money should 1be Clewed
petty officer ''Nettles'.had been in lead early in. the contest and them." Franklin Tomlinson with 16 in County Judge's every two :years, with: a/view to

poor Health for several,years. never relinquished their advantage -, Starke Rally points each, the Tornadoes'enjoyed Court.ijbut: were. found. not guilty 'using "where it is 'mOst''needed
Nettles' deaths:was, reported to' The closest the Ramblers Koch's cagers..jumped off to a a '27-24' halftime lead. The of, using profane language. and where: it will do the most
the Bradford County Sheriffs Department could get to the local boys was i slow start 'Saturday night and margin, was Increased.to, 49-44 at I Sigsbee Scruggs, of Gainesville! good." ,
last' Wednesday about at halftime when they trailed trailed P. K. 18-4 when":the' Initial the end of the third period when attorney for the'Lawtey pair, was The deyejopmentvauthority'
5:30: P.TO by his, brother' Allen" Z. only five points, 28-23. period ended. But the, boys frpin Strickland stripped toe' nets witha itven,:l0.''days by Judge Yawn inwhich w planned here \V01 1d' be patterned
Nettles of Jacksonville, The. Forward Dewey McKinney BHS came back strong in the sec- one-hand set-shot from half to file for retrial. On February generally after those now opera.
brother discovered Nettles when bucketed 21 points to lead Coach ond quarter on the scoring of court just as the buzzer sounded. ,3.Yawn denied the ,motion Y tang In neighboring counties Ba
he and Brannen returned from Carleton Koch's quintet In scor- Woody Strickland and Emory Macclenny pulled to within. two for ;retrial and then passed sen- ken Union and ciayi FinaTforra
Lake Butler where they had been ing. He was backed up by Emory Eunice who had 14 points each to' points, on several occasions, and I tence on the pair. of the enabling act has. not yet
visiting.. Nettles had remained at Eunice with 15 points and Woody lead the Tornadoes in scoring for trailed 56-54 with just over one At their trial both Harley and been completed. f '

home. Strickland with 12. the night,. to cut the.Blue Wave minute remalning.But Tomlinsonsank Starling: took the'Stand In their Salaries Mentioned
Dr. A. J. Barry fixed the time An 18 point effort by Callahan's lead to 24.18.Strickland a lay-up to 'insure his Tornado own'defense and. both denied being Bradford County officials seemed

of .death -at between, 10:45 .a.m. Pacetti was the Rambler's top offensive then paced a Tor- Jeammaies of a .trip to the intoxicated or using profane a. -Y ai generally satisfied with salaries

and 5:30;: p.m. r I' best. nado rally l in the opening secondsof .finals. John Watson topped the language during.the Dec. 14 alter- and the hearing was .almost!
Rev., C. F.:.Dance; pastor: of, the The Tornadoes will see action the third period that tied the Macclenny scoring by netting 20 cation at Mrs. Brown's home. i void' of requests for raises: A.cSele-
First Christian Church'officiatedat'the I before local fans on their home game at 24-24 In less than min points.In Other.than testimony of the two : __ gation headed by Mrs W, E
:: fune'raJ'Burlal.was in Swift. !, floor this weekend when they ute and a half: Then with 6:28: of the consolation game Satur- defendants, the,Jan\W116 court- r. 3lgham, president of the High
ChcekiCemetery.' face Santa Fe tomorrow night and the final period gone ;the:; Tornadoes day Macclenny'topped Fernandina room scene was pretty much a re- School PTA, requested that the
.Nettles was 'a .native? of L&ke Callahan .again Saturday. The local .finally took 'a 36'-34 lead. Beach 48-43. Billy Thomas dumped -i nIn 'of testimony given at a preliminary 7.500( annual salary l being; pad
Bulle'and' returned ,thertr' when five will also meet Macclennynext and with two and a half minutes In 13 markers to lead Mac.. I hearing when Mrs. to School Superintendent Morgan

he retired roan.. the Navy about Tuesday, February 21, In remaining built up a seven point clenny's scoring while Sammy Alvarez Brown told of Harley telephon- be increased to comply with accreditation
10 years ago. He" had-- lived in the BHS gym. advantage, leading 4336. was high for the Pirates ing her home, using 'abusive lan- standards.The ;

Hampton about five years 'at the Starke-Eunice. 7-1-15; McKinney But the Blue Wave really ,got with' 12.STARKE. guage, and subsequently coming Superintendent's salary la
time of his\death.i 9-3-21; Strickland 6-0-12; tough in the, clutch showing they .Tomlinson,. 1-1-3; I Into her yard with threats of lower than the amount being
Nettles was not'mamed.. Survivors Tomlinson, 3-3-0; Cottle. 0-6-0 6-2-14 McKinney 3-" beating on the paid at least
; still wanted their.fourth consecutive Strickland ; up everyone pre- The 'car pictured above Is the 1937 tudor Chevrolet In which 'one of the principals
include hiS brother, Allen Malone. 1-2-4: Dankle": 000. Keystone title. Clayton MathIs ,2-8: cottle 2-1-5''..Eunice. 5-4-14: mises. working under him BHS
BHS senior Carolyn Frances Perry 17, of Hampton was killed Thursday -
and'a-sister,' Mrs."Vera Oaks
Totals .
Z. 26961.CallahanPacetti
fired in one .jump shot and Malone.0-0.0. Totals 17-10-44. principal. $7,7001, Mrs. BIgham
both 'of' Jacksonville. 8-2-18 Far- 3-5- when the automobile was hit by a train. The girl and her small .
; Dempsey Springfield hit two more P. K. Yonge Springfield, said and this is contrary to standards
Pallbearers were Sidney Fort- ley, 2-3-7; Stratton, 4-3-11; Cook, 11: Turja, 8-0-16: Mathis,. 3-2-8; Two Local Groups dog, flung from the',car, were killed instantly. The girl's mother, that Schools have 'to com

ner ,1.at"ftn'Pritchett-'John Brid-" 1-2-4: ; Ray, 2-4-8; Green 124. Douglas, 1-0-2'Bohannon, 0-0-0; who was'driving'tfraculously escaped serious! injury. ply with in order to remain AC-.
well Jimmy -Whitehejul,' E. R. Totals 181652. k\ Timmerman. 4-0-8: Totals 19-7 credited.
Robertsand: Buddy, Bencterj Score by quarters: : Endorse City'sRecreation Mother Escapes The PTA president said that

S ashole' Funeral Home, ofJacksonville I Starke 19 9 18 15-61 45.Score by quarters: just so Morgan "is paid one cent
was in charge.of ar.rangements ,Callahan . 7 16 9 20-52 Starke 4. 14 14 1244P. more' than his highest paid prin-\
'. Officials: Coffrin and CibulskL w K. Yonge 18 6 10 11-45 SiteTwo Car-Train Accident Kills cipal" It would meet requirements.
.. ..- : Officials: Dulaney'and Love Supt. Morgan recommended;;

Hospital l TrusteesTo0en'E Ii Edwards Wins ti'; Y STARKE Tomlinson' 7-2-16: local groups_ passed reso- 17; \'eat-Old Hampton GirlFuneral adoption of a general act that
Bids Strickland. 7-2-16; McKinney; 5- would tie the superintendent's sal
lutions during the week
b; > 1-lif Co tle, 1-2-4; .Eunice, 3-5-: urg- ary to the Minimum Foundation
..-t. With Greyhounds ing the Bradford County Commission services were, held Sat- Keystone Heights and the Perrycar
; Malone.. 0-0.0. Totals.- ..23-12-:. Program oa a formula. based on;
The Bradford County Hospitaltrustees 111 to participate, in the pur- urday for Carolyn, Frances Perry, was going south. The automobile the value of an instructional unit
!Ill- open'bids; on $arch I 58.MACCLENNY chase of .a 23-acre recreation site 17 was hit on its left front side;
Greyhounds owned by J, M. ,- Watson, 8-4- of Hampton who was killed He said this would' prevent any
7 from persons wishing"to supply fronting on Crosby Lake west of its standard transmission was ina !
'to the hos lal during ,,theconiing Edwards;: of Starke'' captured $17,- 20; Dupree 2-0-4; Thomas, 4-1-9; Thursday Feb. 9.' In a wain-car superintendent from trying 'to'cet
neutral when examined
eggs Starke. resolutions, urging position -
i 000 of the .$50,000 pot offered at o Bennett, 6-l-i3,< Dopsori.. 3-1-'l; himself a raise >y paying more
at railroad two
accident crossing
, year. C Commission action were adoptedby a : after the accident, Deputy Red-
t ,- -'.. [the Phoenix [Ariz.) Futurity. last \ Milton 0-0-0; 'Combs.. 102. Totals :money to )nr'of his prhicipals.,
American Legion Post: 56 and miles east of Hampton,off.SR 18. dish said.,
i Want
t Saturday night.Ed's 24755. Longer Terms
.. the Starke Rotary Club., The girl, her mother, and a The grade crossing has no
GOLF Derringer owned by Edwards Score by quarters:. I The City of Starke, through
A. J. Thomas, the present owner small dog were driving the fami- marking, but clearance is sufficient -
placed second for a $10,000 Starke 11.1622 9-58 Council Chairman J. p. Doyle requested -
\ Greatest Show' agreed to sell the tract, which ly's tudor model Chevrolet after to see a train approachingthe I
take, and was within less than'aniilch Macclenny 717 20. 11-55 I legislation lengthening
contains 500-foot frontage on the picking Carolyn, a senior at Brad- crossing to allow a car to stop I
PAUL HAHN of coming in first which Officials; Lewis and Dulaney. the terms of all elected city officials
a eke '
t lake'at Its appraised value. C. J. ford High School up at a school Reddish stated. The Perry family
would .have 'meant an additional including councilmen
Trick Shots : a O'Connorrealtorappraiser of bus stoP on SR 18. The car was lives just south of the crossing.
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$10,000 for the Starke' racfr. : from two to four jean.The
: I ._.y .. x.. Fire Destroys % Keystone Heights, fixed the valueat struck at a railroad crossing, just ,Funeral services were held at proposed
,Edward's other, entry, Ed's bill would carry a :referendum -
Starke Golf Sleeper placed, f third for a $7,000 Home Of ,J. C. AndersFire .$9.600.The .; 200 yards from the Perry home, the Jones Memorial Chapel Saturday provision! and would not affect
.& Country. Club ..... purse. '* Starke Recreation Board Is by a Southern Railway train going with the'Rev. E. Z> McEIroy the terms of present officials.
caused by an exploding asking the City and County ,to approximately 35 mph Deputy pastor of the First Baptist.Churchat
Ed's Derringer returned $6.80 Staggered terms for councilmen
Wed. Feti.')) 2Z 4 P. M., and.$4.80. and Ed's Sleeper' $3.80to oil heater cestroyed 'a' two-bed purchase the, property Jointly Sheriff. Dolph Reddish stated. Hampton, officiating, assisted would also remain.. '
PUBLIC'INVITEDAdln Show. room frame house on North Temple each making a $500 down payment The.mother, Mrs. A. H Perry; by Rev. Merle Packham. pastor of City Clark Merrill Edwards also

I,-- '- .- The crowd wagered close to Miss Hilma, Tanner Ate. last Friday,, .,. and; then budgeting,.$1,000 annually who was driving the car somehow Hope Baptist Church at Theressa spoke in favor of Ionref+ 'teims
; 9obIs for nine escaped serious injury and was Burial was in the family plot In
The owner Zack C. Anders, stating'that
$250,000 to set a new record for Is Jaycee EntryIn for city officials it
yean for the and development treated for shock and abrasionsat Evergreen cemetery Gainesville
,I ,.' the Phoenix track. was home with one. of his fivechildren purchase would give them a better chance
1. Azalea Festival when the explosion oc- of the area. The City her home. 'She was too distraught under the direction of DeWitt C. to learn their jobs and would'also

Space Contributed. curred. He said he was in a room Council.has .agreed to support to give a clear picture of Jones Funeral ,Home. cave the city considerate flec
'Wetkjjr\to.,Publicize :* Wednesday Is Miss H1lma Tanner of .Starke with the thUd and heard the explosion this,plant,:; and/the County .Commission *I just how the accident. took place. Survivors include the girl's parents tion expense.
I \ Bank Holiday will be the entry of 'the Starke in Another room. He has it under advisement. Both the girl and dog were Ace) H. and Evelyn Cbason Other bills requested by Doyle
[Community Events ;4>j Jaycees in the' 1961, Azalea Festival checked and1 found that the heater :The'Recreation Board in advocating killed instantly their bodies land- Perry of Hampton; a sister Mrs. I included -&JI act exempting the

:THE COMMUNITY The Community State Bank of to'be held in the Palatka Ra- exploded, spreading fire allover the purchase, predicts that ing approximately] 82 feet from Ruth Paladin of Hampton;, her I city'from gross receip% tax on
Starke and the Florida Bank at vine Gardens Mlrch:3-S': .. Miss the'room. in,five, orjten years all lake property the crossing. The car, a'total loss paternal grandparents Thomas J.I electricity and natural is sales;
ST ATE'BAF Starke will not be open for busi- Tanner holds the title of Hi-Y Neighbors .called the fire department : to the' area will have been came to rest approximately 45 feet and Lucinda Manning Perry of II I I. and one authorizing! the passage

ness next Wednesday. Feb. 22 Sweetheart and was runner-up In but it was too late to bought ur>' and a tract, such .as from the crossing. Hampton and her maternal ordinances. by reading one time
i STARKE George Washington's Birthday a th Strawberry, Queen con_ .. save the house.' A bed. and a few the:one-On Crosby, 'win no longer At the time of the accident the grandfather James L Cbason of I
__ \ legal holiday, in .Florida.R test last fall. 'clothes were. saved. ,be'a'Tdooft'q At a rmsnnahlc figure. train was traveling vest from Green Cove Springs. Conth1ui OB Page Sis]

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.__ .... Hebert will be guest Mr. and Mrs.'A. S. Reinoehl ''of Among those ttendlng'the Billy! Jinx Clark 'Is r rI' Mrs Alice Reddish curement, shall be returned to th-
& IW_ --I- .. ._-_ .. _-...1- r.JIJ v- Rev. Leo A. Graham crusade in Gainesville' Architect, prior to or at the tim
: speaker at the Sweetheart Ban-I.Doctor ,Inie :er. t>>.lto-Mrs.: r of bid opening. ,
1 .0.1 Sunday afternoon were, : .Mrs. Jim Featured' At Dies Sunday A Certified pr Cashlfr's checkbid )I
at Central Baptist phurch'in E. Mw Davis on Sunday. :, S executed in ,
Chjisteen and children Mrs. )f._L.Brownlee I' bond properly
Miami on Saturday evening.Mr. airs. W, B. BMll tt&t) thisweejtend I Holiday On IcJ' After'Illnessairs. I sum not less than i per cent of baf
Charles' Fields I] ;\dlfcifer.\ ,Att<&e|*.Newman : Johnny Warren Maj. 4 1. .. .1. ., ,' ". I bid payaUe to the !**rd of I'ubU'.
I and Mrs. ; i l,anp Mrs. H. 3!.. Hatcher and! family I _>>_ ._ .:.. __ I Instruction must aecferapanv hI.( J.!
-. and children of Jacksonville were j and.1\IIss Audrey' 'NeVman in I d.M1'S.: t&; .Hebert 'Alice Sapp KPddJsn, 78, prop-J) tl as a guarantee thut :tho'
; _Key. : \.4' into
'1;" their parents Mr. 'and !Mti&on. / 'ff: > 'died at her homiiri .1 bidder will proropflj a
\ Sunday'inbrnlng .
visiting I S and family,'Mr. and 'Mf-s. Lavci-n x* frrf\T"Ss2x s'S \\ 'L ,reskPnt' to do the work al'u1' (urn
.' I Mrs. O. W. White' and Mrs, J. H.j! Irs: El: L. Badmanknfrs.. :Outlaw, )!r.'and '1.r. r 'J. 'E.. Hardy r i Raiford' after a brief illness! I b i't'rfoN\lauw 'bodJn, tiivi'u ;.
NelfPinkerfon wvislil$ ia 'h.t I h. ef t'4nt (It: "h.
Fields on Sunday. j Mrsgarali Mrs. 'W. B.; Parks. Mrs. W B. She tvas'bo-n May 15, 138i ..in'! tontracL II t"ban Eaeh t&P prop ftl 'whenmitted 'sub
I.I Annuals: Petunias, Snapdragon: "Gray In Jacksonvifte lastweek.4 I Bradford County, 'the daughter' ofthe' leatjy.. mArked itw
_------ --.--- --- ------_---- -i.- -1_-'____ -_ .0, > ; ." S ,.'' Mundy, Mrs. Geolge Andeison, j j' must "b'
-.5 : Salvia aad! *- Rhoda'Tison with the Bidder'sund ;oam;
: Pansies, Larkspur.1 I Edna 'New- jf late' Green' B. 'and t'o\eE
,. Mrs. J. Bl 3app, :Mrs. !
school Th
is John Torode was in SL Petersburg { other A1-m. tndtk'8.: t' 1\1rs.. l W.. 120 hr::t16\tng'W"\ .. f Sarp.. 'She member': the itn'1'f ib*
f Earl Warren a medical. pa- f ... s tient in Bradford County HosPitaL on business Tuesday and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lamai Johns and Mrs. J. R Chasteen, Sr. 'in and family, Mrs. Russell Norman I -' cf the Ra'ford'! Baptist Church i or all bltls.. and to"' aitc annfnrraalitles" >
Wednesday. t tI and visited the Jacksonville Keystone Heights for several days. Surviving her husbanf: Rai- '
S I sons. j W. B. Sewell, Mrs. Bynum Perkins are Thi- Board Of -PubJic ln!'ravtionOf'
Try our convenient Drive-in Mrs. Titus Olson was in Cocoa I Zoo on Sunday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. V, O. Bridges Mr. and Mrs. H.: C. Rich, l :; !: fori A. Reddish Of Raiford: two"| Prad/ord Count FioridiBy ,
Saturday to attend the wed- J. Z. Anders and ,!visited Mr.' and! Mrs. George : Harmon P. Morgan
Laundry and Cleaning Seivice a on Mr. and Mrs. : Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Wade, Mr. and daughters, -Mrs. Blanche Gaines Superintendent Of PubHc lUst
real money-saver. Faster service. .ding of Paul Hawkins to Linda*!family of Knight's Quarters Bridges Jacksonville from. Sun-! Mrs'. Gilbert Goldwire*" Atrs. Titus 'S, '1 1k" and Mrs. Hazel Perdue both of :' 2-9.; :tS-3:

Your clothes when you want Nixon. whose home burned down_ last day to Tuesday. ,Olson Mr and Mrs.' 'E. J. Dowl- \ ;:; :Jacksonville! ;' four sons, Rodman: !.. r"n ity Jndffe'n-- Cuurl.'"Jo Anil

S them.''Starke Laundry and Cleaners. Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews Friday afternoon have moved to Try our convenient Drive-in: mg, Mrs.' Charles Darby daughter :>' ,D. Reddish Starke;' Green B. For Brndrord'C.antr. 'Ietflln

: .. E.. Call St.Itfr. have returned from Bloomfield the Nettles house on Peterson Laundry and Cleaning Service,' a I Lee, 'and 'Gail' Boatright, "Mr.: "and &yt'* ReddisV Jacksonville: ard Billy In, re: Estate. of -K. F. Mile-deXOTIOK -

t and Mrs. George Powell C. Iowa where they attended the Road. real money-sater.' Faster'!service.' Mrs. Lex Green, James Lovett, .. T. and Joe R; 'Reddish both ofRaiford L'1ased TO CflEDfTOIS,

** J. Powell, and Mrs. J. H. Fields funeral of her sister Mrs. Will Mr. and Mrs. Gene Henry of Your clothes when, you:: ."..*want> Irfrs. Martha; Bales,
visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fordin Harper on Feb. 3. Jacksonville and Mrs. H. A. Dur- them. Starke Laundry and .C1anera. I 't deorge Huggins, daughter, San-I )4 : McCormick- Mrs. Ada Kelly*j K.fled.iIU. and*!!, required deceased to are file hereby any claimt ho --

Cocoa several days las week. Fruit Trees: Peach, Plum Pear den of Jacksonville Beach were E. Can St. .' .:-et: -:| "dra; Nancy Struth, ':Mrs.: Francis both of Raiford; 12 grandchildren :'-demands which the? hagainst \'? :I

Mr., and Mrs. T H. Slade: returned Persimmon, and Citrus. At Sis- Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.J. Mrs.. Charlie, ,Cowen and Mrs. : Olmsted, Mrs. Wilma Kronenberg- The 'Lovely Lady of the Silver j and eight great-grandchil-. -: thea county.said judge estate of In Bradford the offlt-e Connty. of

Monday from a month's trunk's. H. Ritch and Mr. and Mrs. S.,.[I Louise Douglas, of Atlanta-- Ga. ,er;| 'Mrs. Cbrystal mucker-,- rMrs. Blades,' Jiox Clark, is a featured i idren: ', '' Florida in the courthouse .,'

business and'pleasure trip'to Cali Mrs. Virgil Mathews of Atlantic R Johns. attended a miscellaneous shower'\ S. :G. Denmark, ; daughter, Joyce, attraction in the 16th annual world | Funeral services wet\ held at 3i dar Starke.months florida from within the date eight of<',,1"1 thi i ''

fornia. Beach was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. D. E. Knight- and son Paul for Miss Jackie Haltiwanger in Mrs. Clyde. Sinclair ,daughter renown ,Holiday On Ice, which p. m. Tuesday in the Raiford first '"publication of this notice I7ai"li

JUST ARRIVED: Dwarf Azaleas. Garl Mathews on Wednesday.Mr. visited :Mr. a'ndMrs. Charles Gain svlll 1VtdneSdat"evening. of. : Evelyn, Mrs. Vernon Silcox, Dr. I will 'appear 'hi Jacksonville's new I Baptist Church wiUi the pastor) dai01 must; demand t-tate must the plare be in or writingand re.-

Florida Pest Control Open eachWednesday and Mrs. Tyler Jones spent Knight in Gainesville: on ,Sunday.] last we k. :' : 'and. Mre.L. H. JvennhigsV:'Miss'Clara Coliseum. :for. 10 performances, Feb.2Sth Rev.. A. R., Price' officiating,;Burial -. f'nc.-.nd post office addretn of tlttUimant ..

afternoon.Mr. the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Knight1 returned to Miami S Dr. A. Y. Covjngton! attended 'Leahianand.. -}'II'II! F.. 'G.. Hut-> .through 1arch'7th. Jinx anda was in the family plot i in Sapp and must be sworn> to b)
the claimant his apent. or Iis8" -
and 'Mrs. L. A. Davis and Charles Godfrey in Jasper. They ;on Monday. the Health Officers annual conference 'chinaon.Mrs'- 'S I rast erf 83' international skating Cemetery under' the direction of, Lw.neT, or it will bt'eomeJid ai -

Mrs. Del Colley were in St Augustine also visited:: Mr. and Mr?. Roy Try our convenient Drive-in Monday to'.Wedllp.5day'it : L. S. Hutto and Mrs. Carolyn si is.fi, perform in a glittering I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home ; \i-ording tu law.J4) :
on Saturday. I Shaw in Valdosta Ga. on Satur- Laundry and Cleaning Service a the, State Board of Health in ,Redgrave. and son Wayne 1 new show before'audiences seated 1, Active pallbearers. were J hn. G.... ..,. .$V'1'':)'?, Ue,It. H:MU.ISS.Miles I ::; .\dmlnlstratrtor

Trade at Home and get the best day.Mr. real money-saver. Faster service. Jacksonville. were 'visiting Mr. and .Mrs.. Alvin IK.the comfortable coliseum whichis SapV Herman J Sspp.. Billy Sapp <} inc Kifati- of E. F. Mike diceawl --

appliances 09 'toe market for less and Mrs. Don Neel and Your clothes when. you want JUST ARRIVED: Dwarf .fealtas. Gerle"and Mr. and Mrs. Brad 'presently" the showpiece- of I Albert: Sweat Sammy Kelly... '6n'rf' Flnt. pubiiLdtion on February 9,

money. See us before buying. We children were in Jacksonville them. Starke Laundry' and Clean Florida "Pest Control Open each Locke* in Jacksonville on Sunday.Pvt. Jacksonville,. Willie Carter. 1941. .

service everything we selL G. J. Sunday visiting Vrs. Mary Collins ers. E. Call St. Wednesday afternoon. William T. Jackson, Jr. "i; i I '\ ."._ ___. ':J-9 fl ..-:

McGriff Appliances GE Dealer. and Lt. Com. and Mis. R. E. Rev. R. E. MacBlain and the Mrs Don Champion and Mrs. has been transferred from Fort Evangelism Clinic. ,

Hancock. young people of the Episcopal Reba Melsoh were among, those, Leonard Wood to Fort Knox, Ky. uveniles"Sq l.ghtl ALVAREZ'

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tanner of Azaleas, 6 for $1.50. At Sis- Church attended a Y uth Rally at' attending the,Brooks'Beauty, .:: Hair, :. His address' now is RA14743578, At Green Cove Springs;,
Baldwin and .Mr, and Mrs. Albert In BreakInt
trunk's. St. Anne's Church in Keystone Styling 'show at the.Robert Meyer Co. A,..5SSth Eng. Bn. (Construction 'ngeti! Dollar Specials
Reinoehl! Doctor's Inlet were Kirs. Mabel Braden of Jackson- Heights last Sunday evenirg. hotel in Jacksonville. SundayPfc ). FOrt Knox1Ky.; l t WAn The Baptist District "

Sunday visitors of Mrs. J.: H. ; wile and Mrs. F. W. Webb and JUST ARRIVED: Dwarf Azaleas. 'Joseph .A.. Oaf fo at homeon Try our convenient Drive-in investigation by the Brad i I ism Clinic will be held at Hlckorjcj .,. .

Fields. Mrs. Jackson of Hawthorne were each leave with' :his parents Mr. j Grove Baptist Church in Green 'Sen's
Florida Pest Control Open Laundry andTdeaninf Service, a ford :bounty. Sheriff's office is Short Sleeve
JUST ARRIVED:' Dwarf Azaleas- i Tuesday guests. of Mrs. Effie .Wednesday afternoon. and Mrs.. O. A., G&y, after 'spend- real money-saver. Taster"1 servl e. continuing on the breaking and I! Co\'e Spiings on Friday, Feb. 17. SPORT'SHIRTS

Florida Pest' Control. Open each I Johns. Mrs. M. W. Lance and daughters ing 23 months in' Germany. Your clothes'when you want entering last',Saturday of.the Ed i The first session at 4 p.nwill: '

Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid and Mrs. 0. Mrs. B. R. Quinn of Inverness John W. Williams, who was injured them. ,Starke Laundry and Clean- Norman home five miles west of be for pastors and full time religious VALUE

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis were L. Beasley returned Tuesday from Mrs. R.: N. Carswell of Way- In' an' 'accident, Christmas !rs. EL: .Call St.Mayor's. Starke. [ workers. The second. sea* TO $1.00

in Fernandina Monday: visiting a weeks' visit in Tampa with Mr., cross, Ga., and Mrs. C. W. Lanceof Eve, returned; home Wednesdayafter Deputy? Dolph Reddish said that I jsion at 7 p.m. will be fo lay'leaders ; $2.95

Mrs. J. R. Hardee. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe. St. Simons Island Ga. will 54 days in St. VincentsHospital. th.re .unidentified. white boys are I of the church. All pastorsand

Try our convenient Drive-in John Mack Newsome visited l leave Saturday to attend the IJe' 'will,! be confined in CourtIn suspected entering the Norman :, lay leaders of the district are. Boy's White Shirt
Service Miss Juanita Williams at Mars bed for six'weeks. 1 cordially i invited. to attend.
Laundry and Cleaning a graduation of Miss Babs Lanceon a routine day at Mayor's home i .and-making, off with a, singWiiir I .
Faster, service. Hill College in Mars Hill, N. C. Hos- Mr. and real money-saver. Feb. 21 from the Charity, Court,; Monday Mayor W. T. [Billy l'sh- {it tin. a rifle alarm a Sizes 12
Your clothes when you want last weekend. School of Nursing in New Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Worley of clock and shells.. S
I I pital !i ] Jackson disposed of 15 cases. some I .tOTICU TO BIIJIflItS Tie Cufflinks '
them. Starke, Laundry and Cleaners. -I Try our convenient Drive-in Orleans La. Waycross, Ga.-were weekend i Willie J/ Black Negro public ,Reddish said: th"at.fhe. boys driving Publie Instruction
TheR6ar.d of !
E. Call St. Laundry and' Cleaning Service a Misses Jackie Colley of Starke guests of Mr. an
Mr. and'Mrs. J. M. Edwards: returned real money-saver. Faster service. Temple Hess of Miami Ann Ho- mond. I days,'in jail or,a fine of $27.50. a loud
Wednesday from Phoenix, Your clothes when you want gan of Green Cove Springs and !Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward' and 'Harry Mayo Manning unlawful neighbor' house about 2:30: p. 1! Room CpurihouMvi,of the tark said<*, Florida Iar'! fpr CcuntX fur1 -. G.wlI.$1.ooAIILMen'8

Ariz where Mr. Edwards had beenon them. Starke Laundry and Cleaners. Melissa Stallings of. Cocoa spent family and Dafby.. Peek Of.; Lake speed( ',, forfeited l bond" of $27.50. m.' 'S Saturday t d asked dltech'onsto nis>1ihfe of all 'labor and. 'materials'to

business for. the past three E. Call St. Friday to Tuesday in New Orleans City were' guest pf Mrs. S. L., George S. Risse.. running red 'Jhe.Normkn home. i! Educational construetr Facilities to *tW9isuhOoli. i

months. Mrs. Edwards joined him Mrs. Carrie Ward AVRS the guestof attending the Mardi Gras. Peek Sr., on. Sunday, (' ,,. light, forfeited bond of $27.50, The deputy said the ntighbors ., Stafki: Fl, r.ida.' i> $1.50 Ties
Rev. and Mrs. W. S. McAliley Mrs.. Kirby Crews is a' medical AU bids fO.thp project w UJ be re7'teived
there two weeks ago. E. F. Miles has moved saw the 1 on to the '
Mrs. James,, Baldwin--Kirk.. unlawful boys; drive ove.. until, 5-o'cocK! P. In. :March NOW$1.00
4 JUST ARRIVED: Dwarf Azaleas. in Dothan Ala. last week. :Mrs. from W. Madison Street to 405 patient in Badto1\t"CounW, Hospital. speed, forfeited '..bond'of $27.50. Norman house and enter it. 'The I'. *, \961 and then publicly) opened
and returned to I' I and read in the Board Uooiu. County -
McAliley sons
Florida Pest Control Open each N. Cherry Street. S '' Claude C nner:, .driving without, Normans. were, not.' at home' ,, .and (""ourth use,'Starke, Florida) '
Wednesday afternoon. Starke with Mrs. Ward and visited Miss Barbara Blankenship was Mrs. G- L. Lovell. is confinedin 4iIyplg'nSe.. forfeited: bond oft the'boys app i-ently.hePM! themselves 1 Plan, tptfltatIons,. and CJ nra': Special Lot Men'sBeltsBuy
here several days before returning Friday and the University Medical 'Hospital Conditions, Initructioit tu: liidders
Mrs. Merrill Edwards and son in Winter Haven : Galiustllle'f r : .1,5p. Reddish said. and futniif proposal may be;' 'obtained One For
in observation. v
to their home last Satur '
CfF I- -
and daughter visited Mrs. James Saturday attending the' Officers '' '. William! R. Fipps 'running red In. other. recent action two from Mr. .\. Robert "t'ro'adfoot. -
day.Mr. meeting. S light forfeited ,bond of $12.50. break-ins Ht Lawtey were solved Jr.rehUl'ct, 3357: AItn'toT"1ual $1 00 Get One Free!
Kinchen and family in Jacksonville and Mrs. Nelson Green and Mrs. Crosby H. Dad' ,spit ; Jaclcsonvllle Florida, and aI.! .
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins has returned < ,
on Tuesday. Charles Ray Slaughter, icckless with the arrest/of, a 15-year-old bids 'must 'be. made In at'Crdan
daughter, Ruby, Miss Bess Wim- Mrs. W. Brennan .of .Jacksonville '
( after spending two weeks in Fort driving sentenced therewith. 2 For $1.00ALVAREZ
to a fine of Lawtey boyReddkh; said the
JUST ARRIVED Dwarf Azaleas- ilrs.W."H. specifications and
: Mr. Two nets
were visiting- and
berly and Mrs. Joe Bakken and
Florida Pest Control Open each I Lauderdale as the guest of Mr. Kollman'last 'Thursday"Try $5 .QQ or 10 days in jail. juvenUe, has 'been committed toMarianna drawing* niay IK- obtained by' an)
i sons visited Mr. and Mrs. I. E.. $2i: .no
and Mrs. W. E. Wilcox and Mrs. (feDeral Contractor making a
'Charles David disorderly .J Juvenile Judse T. A. .
I Thompson >{ i it
Wednesday afternoon. I our 'convenient )rive-ln set at the! -of tiN' pf rluArthiteot
Capo in Daytona Beach en Sun- R. Edwards. :| deposit per STORESATVFEB.
S D. 1. conduct. forfeited bond ,of Yawn for breaking and entering'' wlnth: deposit \vill be refunded -
I I day. Mrs. 1 J _JI. ;.Locklftr.d9f 'I'appafldM1S1' Laundry* 'and Cleaning:,eryjff; a $27.50. '. >the Sinclair*Griff home and the .I tn Oeneral Contrartors 8timitting >>,'
S .tr. ... ( ?
JUST ARRIVED:' Dwarf Az: leas- I ;'c i Yri-"WeatJ1erf rd real mbneyisaver.' Faster service.4 bona fide bids, when drawIngs '
: Your ;. v clothes "frben- Nelson Wallace running red Elzie GrIlLS home. and specifications are retO-'p- !(' ; '::Z. :- .. '
Florida Pest Control Open each I "of Jack- you 'want AdditionalfHiipli'tf : : ..-
: and Mrs. Clyde Llpscomb Hght,, forfeited. bond of $12.50, '.-d InolJd condition. .. .
Wednesday afternoon. sonville were overnight guests them. Starke Laundry, and. Clean /' St'ts if st'lt'dficattoJ\'F nut>
-- '. William
Billy Powers tinning
: and ma-
S, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McKay and Wednesday of Mrs. W. B: Mundy. ers.. E. Call St- red light 'forfeited bond of $12.50. toxication'. ', .forfeited, ,, bond'of $27.-. I: Ite terfal: obtained dealers by making contractor a'* $S.OO deposit ,
I Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Brault of Key- They were joined Thursday the Mrs. John W. pearce -has had Willard 50.. f I per sat at The office of the. FloridaF"h
as house guests the Long, public intoxication Architecthlch deposit! will bo refunded
during past
stone Heights were Friday even- Mundy home-on Kingsley Lake by ; sentenced to,.a fine of $27.- Hesiaka Benett Negro driving 'hen the pecifk-ations 'ar"eturned "]
ing dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Ann two weeks Mr.' and Mrs. TomPearce '1 in od, condition. Ad j jditlonal
Misses Josephine Jones 5.0.9r five 'days in jail.Willard without license forfeited bond of. r fr' ."
andM'r..' and Mrs, Gene l diawlngs'mar b* prwiirediupon
W. Hal Hand. ;
Whatley. Mrs. J. Cannon and Long, shoplifting $27.50. of the coct of J'el ro-.
; sentenced -
Pearce of :Abilene T xu" Mrs :
S Annuals: Petunias Snapdragon : be refund- "
Mrs. W. B. Montgomery for 'a dtiction.hl< h wU\
; : : to a fine of. $52.50 or 10 Floyd, Newby; assault and battery -
Pansies, Larkspur. SalvIa, aad E. W. Baker: of Jackson, Miss., able. All drawing" and I Florida State camp'cominitte.e days in jail. sentenced to fine of $37.- method of FD-i tre
Mrs. BeI ,- a UUIIS, regardless of $
others. At Sistnink's. ri'Shuford and Mrs. lack. j i ea

___ Mr and Mrs. A. J. McCloud and meeting. and and Mrs.for luncheon.Mr. W. P. Herlong Boye'0'S. Cloud, and'Mrs.Wll' .. _:Rosell _Bryant: Negro public in- 50 or seven, days in jail. ---,-r- .

S lie Reynolds of Sfloan, Ga. ,
childien have rented the Seymour spent the weekend in Taft visit-
Mr. "arid 'Mrs:' G., A.. Gay, Aus-
house at 525 W. Madison Street. Mrs. Addle Wheeler. ,
tin' Gay arid'Miss Norma .Jean 18
Mrs. Ben Hall has returned
i Mr. and Mrs. A; M. Blackmanand
home from St. Vincent's Hospital{. three children and Mrs. T. D.> Parrish spent the weekend with f ; I
:Mr. and 1 r'., Gerald Gay'in'Mi Double Feature Program
L where she underwent i
-- 'I surgery. Hoy of Jacksonville were Sunday .
JUST ARRIVED: Dwarf Azaleas. ami.. They .also visited relatives! 1st. Feature
I visitors of Mr. and Mrs. K. G.. .
Rev. L. A. McGee Florida Pest Control Open each Duncan. Beach.in Ft. 'Lauderdale and .Miami t

Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Barney McRae, Sr. is visit- '
I Mr. and Mrs.! F.,B..Beard: spent
: Welcomes each and everyone Mrs. W Hal Hand Carl Johns ing the junior McRaes' in Lake II j j,
the weekend with -Mr: :
and Mrs.
: Hugh Ingram, Mrs. P. G Felos, S '
to worship with us at I City for a ,week. B. L. Wilder Gainesville and
b Mrs. Hollis V. Knight and Mrs. C. i iI
Heilbronn Church, and toe '! 'Mrs. Henry Stefanelli and attended' the Billy Graha.ni cru
hear him at 5:45 till 6 pm: A. Knight will attend an area the'Holliday ':i I daughter Elissa, visited Mr. and'i sade.
crusade conference at
every Sunday over WRGR cancer Inn in Gainesville next Mrs. Fred Caruso and family in I '.Irs. Gladys Weldon had as

S. ,'ruesday evening. I i Jacksonville Sunday. I j II weekend guests, Mr; and Mrs. C. I II

S __ _, 1I 1 M; Patrick and son of West':Florida -. ,I
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....' ...,. -I 'I Mr. and "-Irs. W. A. Weldon
S and daughter of Tallahassee Mr. "

and Mrs.-: J. R. Weldon of Jacksonville .
.and Miss Martha Weldon \

of Gainesville. U'LUNG TO'N'Sh1

i Try our convenient Drive-in -'sAx.S !
I Laundry and Cleaning Service '* i 2nd. Feature

I :I real money-saver. Faster service." .. I iI

i I Your 'clothes *he 1" 'o11 "' want I JAMES NATAtI L

them. Starfce Laundry and* Clean 3, Rolls. B&W 4 I If DEAN'WO'ACIJE
I ers. E. Call'St.Mr. ; BmIi .
and M.i."'G.; M. Stokes and i i lII.1'II: ,'",,' ..,', -_-.i- '

I i grandson were Sunday Richard* visitors, of White,of Mr.House.and; f FIL I L M. :. TRY OUR GRAB BAG ftiiiiilil \ -' -

'Mrs. Herbert ThOm s.. os WA a
AT ROBBINS'-FRI-SAT Mrs. --Shi Smith attended an insurance __.-.IiiQtJR--',' "'
school at the Robert REG.
t > Cartoon: The Dog SnatchySUN.
:Meyer: Hotel in Jacksonville, .
'- Values
One LadiesJANTZEN Wednesday. I f- .. j jFQtjNTALN'PENI I II
I Group ; SheafferCartridge ;
All Ladies FallHATS 'Mr. and Mrs: E. T. Boland and ; ., MON. & TUBS.
tif Athens:: : .I $ FEB. 19, 20 & 21A
children Ga, spent several
I days'ljSt week with' her parents t i -
Mr. and Mrs.: H. 'L. :Sp er. ( 1:

'Mrs. Henry Stefanelli attended ,

the 'St. Augustine. Deanery Board \ r BmTHElfllI 1LA'

.. ahd, work h 'iii. S ,
meeting the ,
,. Seminole Hotel in Jacksonville 'onTuesday. _

..". S. Scripwriter '

PFC Mike Reddish and 'PFC -

.;". .. John} 'Margin of-F' it firagg N. C. -
'.--" tt4R; spent the 'weekend'( with' Sheriff 9scAndEraRefill &a! =:'-
; and .Mrs.: ''Pi "D.- R dd!h.- -

: son-hvlaw Mrs. C L. and Scholl,daughter-is, visiting, Mr. Value $3 artodir; Hldeand Go'Sidney

and }'trsE.. 'ITa: "Qufariby. and c. 't '. ;Jj TIithts. -
their newbaby daughter In-Richmond __ .___ __ -- ,..6 '" "% & FRI.
,, Vai 'for a. week. i" FEB 22, '23 & *

'S MacSHORE Etc. Try 'oar. convenientLadttdry' Th1Ie.4n in Phonogrjaphs TapeRecord' .
.. Many # Specials :
_________________ and Cleaning Setn e. qny :

\ 'have. other, Items at $1.00.Come. ahde these real mey.ate; :clothes VhehVo>r! }i4t*a!': iseriffefciYtmr .wantthem. 1 ers and' Cameras" -- Ttade-ios'- acce4edz I

:. Starke taonSry inlthfraV'Starke (irim: .* S .." ,
:: I
Spectacular Items at Such A
Low Price
!: laundry. i ncf.' .Cl m-, ,
ersL: 16.. Cafl :StMr : t' I' '
.,: ]
)(1\ .
!,. surd.. :Mrs., 1 BULLINGTON 4
: Leonard 1loei
and: ion; Sttte are spisdiag leftdays .. ; ,

;"J,'of":J,::.. ':, ,:#*. R4' 0 B'B. i N' 'S with ilrs. NSegSftr brother i Cartoon; Dixie Land Droopy

: J and -ftistfer-lnVlaw thIeC1nTS.BetyJcr : : i
i ; :"L .. j ; la'\NrfoK"Va."Mrs. .' : : I .Adults Onlyr No One Admit
'; I'- ; SHOP
:"i L.Yr: I,The !Nate! Djal 'And'torts. Tom- .: STODIO&.1If'T
*i<'. t;: .' Store of values. .. JnT'otI1; :!of.P:., and DaiiviaI1.; ; 'J '* : .? . "Hy An Adult."l.r. -
r 104 W. HONE rOl-7271
ed the Florida State Fair in Tam- j. ., ,' .. 'd. ,.
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Jackie Haltiwanger !I Lacy M. Griff Fishing Contest'

Becomes Bride Of a BBSHONOR Nets First EntryA
F's < Dies
Fred C. Johns .
x ; I A two pound six ounce speckled
i Miss Jackie Haltiwanger daughter /9 ,.1., ROLL M. Griffis of Maxville died I I perch caught by Joe p, Tomlinsonin

of Mrs. L. I. Carter of Gainesville ;? I suddenly Tuesday, Feb. 7, at his Lake Granduvls: first entry
k in the annual Chamber of Commerce -
and ''B. L. Haltiwanger of home. A native of Bradford Coun- '

Jacksonville, became the bride of -' ik } Ninety-two students made the : ty, he had lived in Maxville for II Fishing_ Congest,
Gladys Mooty honor roll'at Bradford High 'contest \\s September
; Deadline for the -
IF --------- School for the will be
third sLc-weeks 1 $300 In prizes
and the late Annie Renfroe. Johnsof 1 r I the Maxville Church of Christ. ;

Woman's Club Hears Y' New River and Starke on Friday num-ber I Prior to his retirement he was awarded: to winners.Presbyterian .
to make the honor roll this;
Government DiscussedBy : evening Feb. 10, at 6:30: o'- i employed by a paper company.
ii iia Sv year. I wife. Mrs. Church
clock In the Bible Baptist Tabernacle Surviving are his
p Seventh Grade Bradley
City CouncilThe Gainesville, with Rev. FredJ. : Johnny I Penny Wilkerson Grif fis; his mo-

II I Junior, pastor of the church Phillip Graham Cathy Hitchcock j ther, Mrs. Sarah Hane Griffis; Thursday "Choir Practice. 8 p.
Rebecca Sellers John
I Starke City Council appeared officiating. '$ Mr,< I one daughter. Mrs. Ernest Well- m.

as a panel on the American Nuptial music was played by ,. Spangler, Joan Williams. hausen; a son, Water Gnffis all Friday W9rlJ' y of Prayer.

Citizenship program at the Miss Louise Brown and Nancy s { Eighth Grade: Jane Adams, of Maxville; three sisters Mrs. I First Christian Church, 10"a. m.

Starke Woman's Club meeting Gay, soloist, sang "Because of Mickey Dansby, Phyllis Haddock, Welthy Ann Cannon and Mrs. : Saturday Junior! Recreation; ,
Janet Hardy, Emily Johns, Maria
Wednesday afternoon of last You" and "The Lord's Prayer" Dexter McPherson both oi Max- 4 p. m.Sunday. ,

week.Miss .. The bride chose as her matron Moore Norman, Kathrine, Wanda Myrick, Francis ville, and: Mrs. Myrtis Hurst, Sunday,School, 9:45a.
Rigdon. David
Florence Jennings, pro- -- of honor Mrs. Louise Douglas of Jacksonville; three brothers, John m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.

gram chairman, presented Mrs. Miss Babs Lance Atlanta, Ga., sister of the groom. Dee Thornton Walters, Richard, Jeff Warren.Wainwright, Griffis. Raiford; Ernie Griffis Junior Choir,"5 p." m. Evening

Edward Burns who introducedthe Mrs. Douglas wore a gray two-'! :2' and Joe Griffis. both of Mac- Vespers, 6 p. m. Youth Fellowship,
To Graduate ,
; Mnth
; Grade
: : Mary Bollinger, "
", '
r members of the CounciL J. D. piece fur trimmed suit with .", ;7 clcnny; and six grandchildren. 7p.m.
w Doyle, council chairman,' servedas Nursing SchoolMiss matching accessories and'a pink ..,i J Janice Chitty, Margaret Colson, Funeral services were held at 2 Tuesday CommunicantsClass .
...._ __ J Linda Crews James Dowling,
moderator for the council carnation corsage. p. m. Thursday in the Long 3:30: p. m
Carol Farr Richard
Rob- -
P a members, Carl Lamar Johns. Carl Barbara Lance will gradu- Marshal Haltiwanger of Gainesville Branch Baptist Chw'ch1th JohnH.
) Virginia Erwin To ert Hoffman, Marcus Jackson,
Hurst, and Mrs. Ruby Johns. ate Feb. 21 from the Charity Hos- brother of the bride, served Adams, minister of the South-
,Ernest Jenkins, Suzanne
Each member talked on the city pital School of Nursing New Or- as best man. Receive Nursing Cap Judd, side Church of Christ, officiating 'R '
HaUls Kelley, Mike Marcua
government and the operation of leans, La. after three years of The bride given in marriage by In Burial was in the church ceme- tMFATP'STARKE ''
Cappng Ceremony Barbara McKinney, Wil- .
each city department. Mrs. Johns nurses training. her stepfather, L. I. Carter,chose liam FLASUN.MON.TUES..
Phillips, Linda Sanders, Mike tery.Active
explained the operation of the During her training period she 1 pallbearers were Euless
for her wedding, a two piece(ballerina Miss Martha Virginia ''Erwin, Sheppard, Andy Strickland John :. .
light plant, Mr. Johns the street played basketball and was pianistfor length ice blue lace dress daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan 'Williams Nancy Zacek. Crews Ardell Crews, Woodrow .,
I department, and Mr. Hurst the the school glee club. She was over powder blue taffeta. The fit- Erwin Bass Ed Wilkerson Harrison Adams -
Raiford.\. will take partIn Tenth Grade: Edith Armstrong, FEB. 19.20.21 ,
fire and police departments. A also chosen the most talented in and Joe Lucas.
ted bodice was covered by a the .
capping ceremonies at St. Jackie Bales, Jean Douglas, Sally
The Great
and period between her senior She is the -
question answer year. daughter matching snug jacket: fastened Luke's Hospital School of Nursing.The Epperson, James Fox, John Hall,
the panel and club mem- of Mrs. M. W. Lance of Starke with self covered buttons. j She ritual will he held Friday, Ronald Kimbrell, Gary Kouba 6 .. Starring: Edmund Purdon, and

i Bundy-Thomas bers concluded the program. and the late Mr. Lance, and wasa wore a matching veil and White Feb. 17. in the Friday Musicale Jack McComb, Carolyn Moody, Sylvia Lopez.
D. L. Thomas, president, graduate of Bradford High
accessories and a shoulder corsage Auditorium in Jacksonville.A Aneta
Mott, Bonnie Nazworth-
Engagement ToldMr. presided over the meeting, and School, class of '57. of white carnations and steph-( 1960 graduate of BHS, Miss Eleventh Grade: Lester Austin, Once MoreWith
Rev. Bob Badgett the de- !
anotis. Feeling
Erwin entered the St. Luke'sschool Jane Bigham Barbara Blanken-
Mrs. L. T. Johns of :
votional. Mrs. W. H. Halt, library Panel .
A held at the
1361 Blanding Street announce that was : and its affiliate, Jackson- ship Linda Brookins, Bernie Col- MOTHER IS SO Starring: Yul Brynner, Kay Ken-
chairman, popular
the engagement of their daughter reported available at On Dating Held home of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall ville University, last September.All lins. Diane Colson, Linda Gainey, LOOKING dall, and Gregory Rat off.
magazines are now HAPPY
Haltiwanger, 1106 N. E. ;10th
freshman students at st.Luke's .
Eva Gladys Bundy to Frank- Marilyn Hernwall Larry Linsin, Plus Color Cartoon
the library. Mrs. C. L. Scholl, By Little Women avenue, Gainesville. The bride's
lin Delano Thomas, son of Mr. attend classes at Jacksonville -. April Mesko, Joann Mobley SINCE WITH(GASSUEDOES
and Mrs. A. J. Thomas of 111 Civil Defense chairman, gave out table was overlaid with a white University on a ,full} time George Morrison, Shirley Morrison THE COOKING WED.-THURS., FEB. 22.23
alert cards to the A discussion
mem- panel on datingwas
lace cloth and centered with an
Washington Street. The weddingwill : basis while residing in dormitorieson Joe Ann Reddish, John Regis- The Proud Rebel
l bers. Mrs. P. G. Felos, finance the program subject at the arrangement of white gladioli. At
the hospital grounds.:_ The ter, Dorothy Savage, Sandra So-
be an event of late summer. .J
will bea Little Women's Club
chairman, reported there meeting end of the table tiered
one was a
I Olivia
three-year educational ; at lano Alan Ladd, and
Both Miss Bundy and Mr. I program; Betty Wainwright, Linda Starring:
St. Patrick's Eve smorgsabord Monday evening at the club house.
wedding cake topped with minia- ,
I St. Luke's begins its clinical Instruction Wasdin. Havilland.
Thomas Brad- v
are graduates or
I dinner held at the club house on Miss JoAlyce Graham ,
program ture bride and groom. At the other -.
for students in the bos
ford High School. She is a seniorat Twelfth Grade: Linda Cox, Allen -
'March 16 for a money making chairman introduced the panel end of the table was a crystal The Electronic.
pital after they have completed a Crews,
Florida. Mr. Margaret Douglas,
the University of
i project for the club. Door prizes comprised of John Miller, Neil punch bowl. <'<-
Thomas is of South fullyear at the university. James Fender, Nathan Green, Monster
a graduate .
I will be given. Members may ob- Phillips, Johnny DeVore, Tombo After, spending some time with 000f r .*
Having successfully completed Kay Hart Sue
Georgia Junior College and is now Jackson Carol
tain tickets from Mrs. T. C. Haz- Smith, and Richard Dagger mem-
their guests, the newlyweds departed Rod Cameron, and Mary
the first six months of studies, Kouba Steinar Lorentzen Anne Starring:
employed with the Florida Na- ,
I bets of the Hi-Y Club.
Jr., ticket chairman.
their wedding trip to
on Miss Erwin will receive her whitenurse' Matthews Ozell Paramore I Murphy.
tional Guard at Camp Blanding.: Wayne
During the social hour the Val- Miss Anne Matthews, president, South Florida. Plus Color Cartoon
& cap in a candlelighting Parrish, Marlene Rowe I
.entine theme was carried out in presided over the meeting. Ten- MrsJohns is a student at the
Intermediate Banquet i the refreshments served by the tative plans were made for a Gainesville High School and will Friday. ,, ... Salmon Donald Amelia Thomas, Douglas I I FRI.-SAT. FEB. 24-25

Held At First I hostesses. Calypso dance to be held in April graduate in June. '" Thomasv Woodburn.' Williams, Sara Phenix Story
I!The City
with Miss Diane Firth, social Mr. Johns is a graduate of '

Madison St. Church"Hitch I Alexander Morton chairman, in charge.: Plans were BHS class of '55 and is presently CAlm OF THANKS Starring: John Mclntire, Richard

Is Host At Mortgage made for.a car wash as a money employed with the State Road Department f I I Kiley, Kathryn Grant, and Edward
Your Wagon to a Star" I making project to be held soon. In Gainesville.. Our heartfelt thanks to all who I j Andrews.

was the theme of the Valentine Burning, 'Party Miss Kay Dennis will be chairman 'Mr. and Mrs-Johns'are residing t exynded comforting sympathyand I For The Love of Mike

Banquet for intermediates held of the project.. Miss Betty Lou &t.31r'PE.First Ave., Gaines- help in our recent sorrow. I I t

last Friday night in the educa- Alexander Morton of Route 100 Wainwright,chairman_ of "COm-' For the beautiful services, floral I( Starring: Richard Basehart: ,. Sta

tional building of the Madison South entertained a number of I munityi e'and''her committeewill ville.Mr.. and Mrs: Charlie Cowen '( offerings, the j food and other Erwin Rex Allen, and.. .,try
Street Baptist Church. John Linnperved friends at a mortgageburningparty be in charge of making Easter and children, Mrs: Louise Douglasand Dr. and Mrs. Barney McRae, Jr. kindness we are deeply grateful. i Bravo. **
master of ceremonies. in the Pecan Room of the favors for the local of Lake City announce the birthof The
.as hospitals M. L. Johns, Jr. of Starke, Family ,of Carolyn Perry. Plus Color Cartoon
f Highlight of the program forthe Garden Restaurant Tuesday even- and nursing home. were the out-of-town., a son, Christopher Parriah, on I J -

evening was "A Stellar Per- The Valentine motif was at- among Feb. 10.. Paternal ,grandparents ., .

formance," a television "commercial ing.The Mortgage on Mr. Morton's tractively carried out by the hostesses guests. .:are Mr. and Mrs. McRae, Sr.. of -- --;> .

home passed around for inspection in the flower Starke.Mr.. ,
jumble" written by Mrs. John was arrangementsand '
Linn, program chairman and and then the host burn- refreshments. The refreshment -I Sweetheart Banquets DENM RK'S''

presented by members of the In- ed the document in the presence table in the sunroom was I Are Held B YBaptist and Mrs. Steve Weldon' ,of AT
I l ,
ermediate, Training Union. of his friends. A delicious dinner covered with a white lace cloth ,- Macclenny announce the,birth, of ..
J 1st Church ,
i The.. inspirational speaker was climaxed the evening's fe t1v1ties.1 I and centered< with a red heart-I a. dauihter.Da.J1A: ; Elizabeth on f
Johns Present for the celebration with white Feh. ,6 'in St._ Vincent's Hospital.
his secretary of promotion I shaped vase holding chry-'
for the Florida Baptist Convention the host were Mr. and Mrs. David I santhemums. The silver punch I j Sweetheart banquets were held Paternal grandmother is Mrs.
(Monday and Tuesday evenings in Gladys' Weldon of Starke.
Jacksonville, who spoke on Paton, Mrs. Rose Halsall Mrs. bowl was filled with red punch I .* V
the recreation hall of the First ._
Following the Star of Stars." Jessie Bowden all of Starke; Mr. and trays held Valentine-shaped I "I':
and Mrs. Joseph Kerrigan, Key- cakes and nuts.Presbyterian. (Baptist Church. !Mr.. and Mrs. E. M.C. Quimby i I
1TI'7 The Monday evening banquetwas Richmond ,
our convenient Drive-in stone Heights; and Mrs. Elsie of 'Va. announce the

Laundry and Cleaning Service, a Mulder and Mrs. Ann Bouwman, Circles attended by the adults of the birth of a daughter. Diane Rutherford -
church and children under 12 on Feb. 10. Mrs. Quimby
real money-saver. Faster service. houseguests of Mr. Morton, from .
Your clothes when you want Muskegon, Mich. Mrs. Mulder is Carry Out Program years old. The Tuesday evening w"the former Adele Scholl daughter -
banquet was attended by the intermediates of Mr. ,Mrs. li
them. Starke Laundry and Cleaners Mr. Morton's niece. and C. Schollof FRIDAY SATURDAY FEB. 17 -18
E. Call St. The program on "Have This and young people, of 'Starke. .

Mind Yourselves" from the church. -
Primary Department Among -'
: ::_: .
the book, "Living in Christ," was The Valentine theme was attractively Bradford County Hospital, an- - :-

r Of Methodist Church presented at the three circle carried out in the hall nounces the following births:

SEE EUROPEIN Has Valentine PartyThe meetings of the Presbyterianwomen decorations and table arrangements .\" Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Starling, Brewmaster Ironing Board Wrought Iron

of the Church on Tuesday. Lawtey,. a flSUghter, Nora Ruth,

Methodist Primary depart- Circle 1 met with Mrs. R. G. Dr. W. G. Stracener of Jack- Feb. 9. Holds 4 Cups Water Pad And Magazine Rack
1961 discussionon sonville editor of the Florida { and Mrs.
ment held a Valentine party last Paterson with a group r. Harvey Finn, Boils Water In Minutes

Friday a1tern n in Fellowship the program subject. Baptist Witness was the guest' Melrose, a son, Michael Eric Feb. Cover Set

Visit: France, Riviera, Monaco, Hall. Circle 2 met with Mrs. Guy speaker at the Monday, evening 12.Mr. NORMALLY 1.75

Italy Switzerland Germany, The Valentine motif was attractively Andrews Tuesday with Mrs. M.,R. banquet and W. H. Mikell associ- and Mrs. Horace Adkins, REG. $2.49 $

Holland carried out in the deco- Sanders in charge of the program. ate in the Department of Musicof Waldo, a son, Feb. 14. $1,95 VALUE $ $
Belgium, England.
rations in the hall and on the refreshment Circle 3 met with Mrs.. R. D. the Florida Baptist Convention ONLY

Tour Europe \v4th congenial table. Aken with Mrs. Robert Reed in was the guest speaker Tuesday; Rotary MinstrelTo ONLY'ONLY

group First Class, allexpensetour The 25 members of the Primary charge. evening.
and Music was furnished at both
conducted by Miss Marie department enjoyed games Feature .1..11
refreshments during the party banquets by the girls trio. Char-
Register<< (formerly of Starke Try our convenient Drive-in lene Hardy, Dee Walters and San- --
,USO-YMCA). Conducting the games and serving Laundry and Cleanhy.,Service a dra Craven; and Dr. Calvin Entertainers ,

For further information refreshments were Mrs. George real money-saver. Faster service. Houpt. They were accompanied by
write: and want Mrs. Lei Green and Mrs L. _F. Joe and of
Huggins, superintendent Your clothes when you Rosemary Daurer
JIBS Forbes
St., Clearance
t the teachers Mrs. Eugene Williams them. Starke Laundry and Cleaners Dinkins. Keystone Heights, well known and Mattress SALE
can EL
e\enings. Mrs. Jack Eaves, and Mrs. versatile entertainers win '.be
E. Call St.
Titus Olson. Wesleyan featured in the Starke Rotary

-. Club Minstrel Show in tbe BHS
.I Honors Mrs. Mullins
auditorium Saturday night, Feb: Some Matched Seta
With Stork'Shower 25. Another star performer will

FOR I be Nat'sternberg of Daytona Wide Priced
Buck Wesleyan Service Guild UnitTwo Beach, formerly of- Starke. one- of Range

Big Buy met Tuesday evening with Florida's best known minstrel *
a Mrs. C. C. Johns, when the first Soft or Firm .-

half of the study course, '"One men.Daurer will be ,seen with his *

World, One Mission" was presented "wooden-headed' '..sidekick" Joey Good Construction

by Mrs. C. D. Williams and OToole.- a comic ventriloquist
AT -
Mrs. Robert Coe. act and will 'also do impersonations E. B. Malone ,,,..

T Bar ks e's During'' the social hour a stork feats of magic, and other ; Np pR1CE S ;
a shower was given honoring Mrs.: stunts. He .was onetlinestunt "Climatized"Mattresses

R S. Mullins. The 'Valentine man with the Lawrence Welk orchestra S E L

theme was carried out in refresh- and was also well known T

ments and decorations. Two ?n the convention,night club,and From A

BOY'S LONG SLEEVE "drawing" games were held with civic, organization' circuit, in
Mrs. ,J. R. Hixon and Mrs. Williams Chicago and'other cities. .-

winning prizes. In ,one hilarious sequence Joe
r The ,members presented Mrs.Mullins ; $ .95
lad Rosemary willdo, apantomine
$ with a baby play pen .as ,f Spike Jones' version ,of "Ten-

SHIRT a memento of the occasion.v the nessee show.Waltz" that is,sure to stop 14'* w 9r

Ethel Biggs Circle : Sternbenr will be seen in one of

'he,black face routines that have
Met Tuesday endeared him to minstrel.fans in

fjftJJ The Ethel Biggs Circle met at this area for many years
Use Our Plan
VALUES I' Advance tickets are on sale at Budget Free Delivery"It's
the home of Mrs. Lex Green Tues
All Sizes 1 to 20 day night with Mrs. L. 'H. Jennings $1 for adults, '. and'mar oe ob-

; TOYou'll as co-h stess. tained from any member of the A Fact You Can Do Better At" _
'.. Knit. : Rotary Club.
The program "Retreat or Re-

c :1 Gingham $3.00c sponsibility," was presented by ried. out in refreshments- dec- DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY:

J. the program chairman Mrs.--Nor- orations. .
ft Flannel man Allen, with Mrs. M. A. Payne -
Mrs. Charles Darby, and Mrs. Try our convenient Drive-in .
ft Wash & Wear '
I" Jessie Young taking part. Laundry and Cleaning Service, a OF KffiH STARKE '

1 The. business session was con- real money-saver. Faster service. ,

-I Buck ducted by the circle chairman, Your clothes when you want
Never Beat this Bargain for a .434 Call WO 4-4321 Florida
I Mrs. Payne. them. Starke Laundry.and CInD- 446 West St. .Phone Starke,
6 6I "- --- '--, '... "4THURSDAY -.....-
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[ Farmer's>. Diary A v 14 T rnnhy For *

By Sam \ltcjU'Vf'! s J SV

I i might as well build a house a- i Cattle Breeding SERVICE MEN r V sr

Trustees ThankedThe round!' the plants -and: be done I 4 & 1 c ,a
Hospital with itAlice." I J. B.,White, Starke cattle brce ;.
I N.111 be picsued a trophy nt ; Kenneth T us, son of Mr. and
Bradford County Hospital Board of Trustees is to iI has ; the G.1: e..ivJle: Livestock' >Luki.tca ;Mrs. H. K. Tyus of Starke leceiv-
be commended for its willingness make the first $15,000 two new puppies Fid- tea Monday, Feb. 10. Tee a..urd
I dle .and Faldle, given f1er by r : I II i ed his commission as a Navy Ensign _
of race track money coming to Bradford County, starting J Thornton and Joan Hartley [who I vail go to White from the S'ata I Ii [ in recent ceremonies at the a

with the fiscal year 1961-62, available to the Bradford Coun- are in the dog: business these i t Chaii-er; of Commerce for Le.ug I[Naval Schcol of Pre-Fhght .
I 'v
ty Development Authority for at least the next biennium. j days] The pups are fat as ticks, I the breeder of the Puiebied Rewne Angus,I Pensacola. He commissioned _
steer calf that won _
after completing 16 weeks of -
: but if they keep on doing whatthey've ): preflight
The declaration of principles with which the Hospital With all the winter storms and been doing, ,we're about to Championship in the FFA Division ;I training and has been assigned -

Board made known its decision at the pre-legislative hear- ice and snow they are having up put diapers on them. at the Tampa Fair. The steer i .to the Saufley FieU Auxiliary F'a
ing last Thursday morning is worthy of note. It is an expression north, we haven't much to kick was purchased from White and I I Air Station in Pensacola for

of citizens who are taking a broad view of conditions about our weather here, but we Tobacco plant growers are excited !1 fed out for the show by Tom !, primary flight training.

as fhey now exist in Bradford County, forgetting self- do wish it would stop raining and I about using plastic covering i I .MePhillips of Plant City. I Ensign Tyus Li a graduate of
. third
This also took place
ish interests and showing willingness to work together for blowing. Seems like we haven't for plant beds. One of them said. ; entry BHS and Florida Southern Col- Willow Freeze, a cold weather Mr. and Mrs. Joe Noegel of
had nice weather in a long time ,"You just sow the seed,ani water I I in competition at the fair among ;l lee. warfare field training exercise in Starke, has completed Marine
the common good of the community.The now. j I all breeds. It sold for 82 cents a at Parris
(: once in a while. You don't have I : Alaska. Ccrps recruit training
Hospital Board admittedly does not need additionalrace to open and close the beds, as you ;}I pound.! I Lt fjsl David M. Hendry, son i The exercise culminated six 'Island:! S. C. He is now taking
As a result the berry crop will do with other materials. McPhillips purchased another :3- of Mr. and Mrs. Ronal M. I specialized training at Camp Le-
track funds at this time. It has sufficient funds on White i weeks of special cold weather:
riionth-old steer from on I.
be delayed, and one Hendry of Brooker: is undergoing i
grower estimated jeune, N" C.
hand to match Federal monies that it is hoped will be forthcoming i training for paratroopers. The i
last week that It wouldbe Planting date of Feb. 14 com- Monday. I eight weeks of helicopter (! .5)
[ took: place in ruggedi
to build an addition to the hospital in the not too a month and a half before full ing up hnd the farmers who depend flight training at Ellyson Field i maneuver j Shirley G. Coble, whose parents

distant future. If the addition were built with all-local funds, picking begins. He said six weeks .on the signs will use that Blanding Teams Auxiliary Landing Field in Pen i i- I: Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Buff live

more money-much more-would be needed. However, it from bloom to berries in cool information. The others who say sacola. The course consists of I ; near Keystone Heights, recently
Tied For Lead In zero
is the thinking at present that every hope for matching weather, and as he was practically there is nothing to the signs, will : I ground school and 60 hours of ;I Vachon stationed' at:was promoted to private first
Federal funds should be exhausted before any thought of born In a berry patch, we thinkhe have ,to let experience be their Bowling LeagueThe I flight instruction in various types.1 i Specialist ,class in Germany where he Is a
the addition with all local funds is entertained. knows what he's talking about. '! guide. i Jof helicopters. :Fort Richardson, Alaska is a clerk i.member of the 540th Engineer:
building .. .
Blanding Tornadoes and i. [in the 23rd Infantry's Headquarters Group.

Therefore, the thinking of the Hospital Board was: Why We're going to have to take First sign of spring: our Japanese Hurricanes went into a first place I I Norman R. Vachon, Army Spec- Co. He has been in Alaska Coble entered the Army In May

;let'additional race track funds accumulate and lie idle when back all the unkind things we've quince Is budding out! We tie in the bowling league when !ialist-4 and son of Mr. and Mrs. !since December' .1958.i >! 1960 and completed basic trainingat
this time and said about old Finnegan, our saw some Redbuds coming out in the Tornadoes defeated Gem 'V. J. Vachon of Keystone Heights, I i
they,are not_needed by the. hospltabat more i II 1 Pvt. Charles R. Noegel. son of Fort Leonard Wood. Mo.
especially when these ;same funds might -better be put to water pump. When we built our I I Alachua County, but the one we Jewelry, and the Hurricanes were recently took part in Exercise -
new home, we decided to get a have is either slower or wiser, for beaten by Noegels Auto Sales. MARKS TO FURNISH CARD OF TH4NKSThe
use through a Development Authority that could serve as I School PTA
new pump, because we'd had Fin- it is waiting. The Tornadoes bowled over Gem High I of
kindness and
:,an instrument for strengthening the economy of the entire negan for 10 years, and like Sam,I I I". Jewelry 2850 to 2484, while Noe- i To Meet Tuesday i, BUSSES TO JACKSONVILLESt. neighbors and friends: in our recent -

".-county... : he'd seen better days. 1' Make sure your water pump is gel' squeaked by the Hurricanes I I J Mark's Episcopal Churchwill I sorrow will always remain
* grounded properly. or you'll haveit by a total of 3 pins for three The Bradford: High School PTA for memory.
make transportation with precious
In Announcing its decision |fo.. the funds available : I I provide: us as a
So we practically forgot about burn up in a lightening storm. games 2813 to 2810. will meet next Tuesday, February ,. "-
I Our sincere thanks and giadtude
The Hospital l Board said that it is "keenly] aware of two bus loads of people to Jack- \
Finnegan down in the woods, un- i We heard of one this week that Dewayne Elder had: the high.121, in the cafeteria. Mrs. H. B. for all those comforting acts. The
other factors and other responsible groups of citizens. in- til Alice started her,nursery. Thenof I had a ground wire hooked up individual game 'with a 190, and I. Hardin, publicity chairman, an- y sonville Sunday afternoon to attend I E. F. Miles family.

. \'olved'in the complete structure of,the composite organiza- course, we needed another with the' rubber' hose between it was!followed by Cliff Griff with i(I nounced this week. ; the Bryan Green Mission in ,,

: tioh ,df Bradford County' Government." water pump, and with a lot of and the soil. Result: the pump 181, and Townsend Strickland I 1 I I, the Coliseum at 4 p. m. ) PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
worries in the back of his mind burned out in an electrical storm. with 179. I 496. The busses will leave from St. CHURCH
: This means that the board. taking a broad> view of .
Sam hooked up Finnegan. Well, High three-game averages were Schedule for Tuesday: Feb. 21: .Mark's Church at 2 p. m Any- Sundry School, it a. m.; Mom
: the county's economy as a whole, and .is willing to let the sir, the old rascal spouted water We don't know how much truth bowled by George Winkler with !i Blaming:: Hunicanes vs Jaycees ;one desiring transportation may|ling Worship, Jl a. m.; Evangelistic -
V money be used where it will do the most good at the pres- right off, and as far as we're con- there is in it, but we heard a report 511, Cliff Griffis with 509, and D. 'I ; Blanding Tornadoes vs tfoei I|call Rev. R. E. MacBlain at WO-, s rvicea. 7:30 p. m.
: ent time. cerned, we're nominating him I that when the groundhog A. Jones and Dewayne Elder with i gel's Auto Sales. "19-1111. "Come, let us reason together.
. for Pump of the Year! I I came out this year he was wear- .- -. ., .
Again we commend the board for its spirit of coopera- S.. ing ear-muffs-! So maybe, we'll of. -

tion, and whatever good i is accomplished through a pev lop- When Roger Dansby of Starke, ,have a very late spring like last

ment Authority in the future, th'e..hospital trustees can look Florida Power & Light lineman, 'year. -
back with pride and satisfaction t to .the significant part came to turn on the juice at the

. they played in getting it started. nursery growing, he said shrubs he is and interestedin orna- Alton L Gregory S a e Gas ofStarke

mentals.. He likes to take cuttings
The Key To Prosperity and get them,started that way. : New Manager ,
V. S -""""--' -_ :'

: The key to Florida's economic prosperity in the 60's Man alive-but farm macninery' At. -.Coke-. Plant

: and a higher per capita income, for its residents, lies in continued parts outstanding come; Black high! Angus J. B. breeder White,,,i A new- manager-;"was ,installedin Features Dollar Day Specials!

I efforts to develop high-wage manufacturing, the said that parts and: repairs for t the Starke Coca-Cola Bdttling'Company

: tourist-vacation business, and the attraction of retired"permanent his equipment last year cost him on January 30' when

' residents. This is the considered opinion of Dr. George $3,000. And that's not a guess, for former manager James' Grooverwas I
transferred to the Gainesville
: B. Hurff, a research economist at the University of Florida. he has kept an accurate record. '
plant as office manager.
. In spite of gains in recent years, Florida's per capita income Alton L. Gregory, the new

: : is still well below the national average. I New berry development: TJF manager, was route manager, at -Re 15,000 BTU TherraolaireUnvented
Experiment Station workers are
I II the Gainesville-plant before taking slerFor'f s
: Dr. Hurff stresses the need to give more attention to I trying a new stunt at Leat n I
I. charge of the plant nere.I .
the betterment of facilities which together with Florida's Morgan's farm. They are
. Ten- I
Gregory, originally from
. ing a. sheet of .plastic stretch-I I DOOR PRIZE ( ) HEATER
natural features, create inducements to vacationers, couples nessee, is married to the former
! seeking retirement homes, and to high-wage manufacturing. j I plants to see if it will keep the' Betty Martin, daughter of'B: 'T";i
. frost off. I
Martin of Newberry who was once'
.. He advises the local community to be "tough-minded;" sea I an Alachua county commissioner.
: to decide which of its natural endowments would most likely All of which made ,Leaton say: I Martin was killed in a train-auto.

' 1 provide inducements for vacationers, retired couples, or "The- way it's going now, we 1 I mobile i accident. 1 in. .1955. I

high-wage manufacturers, then "give sustained effort to !I I T Gregory's and .their fourschildren HOT WATER HEATERS MAGIC CHEF RANGE

: building up these attractions." : two boys and two girls, .
A are presently residing in Gainesville -

. Such an approach will of course mean higher local spend- j but are looking for a home Glass Lined CLOCK AND OVEN LIGHT

ing, Dr. Hurff declares, adding that this is necessary if in Starke 10 Year Warranty OVEN WINDOW (See Your Toast Burn)

Florida is to have development as well as growth. OVEN LIGHTING
'5" SOl. *0. stiElmiSoil 1 Sandra Craven To 30 Gal. Capacity AUTOMATIC

Among his suggestions for the development of facilitiesby : Enter Legion's Completely Automatic THE KITCHEN WONDER

various communities to meet their specific needs are: $
Conservation'N.EWS $259.95
Oratory ContestMiss $99.95 Value Regularly
' 1. Improvement in' transportation systems to handle ur- 6 1 $181

ban congestion. Sandra Elaine Craven, Dollar Day Price

By Bill Baas .daughter of Mrs. Hazel Craven Dollar Day Price '
, 2. Comprehensive planning and zoning. Son Conservation Service of Route 2,. Starke, and a seniorat EASY DOWN PAYMENT PLAN
. 3. More and better recreational facilities, including pub- Bradford High School, will I
S lie beaches and public hunting and fishing. The Board of Supervisors for I represent Bradford County and

4. The development of industrial sites as an inducement the Bradford Sou Conservation : JonesLangfordWhite, Post' 1 S6, DOLLAR DAY USED
District held their regular monthly GAS RANGE
: 'to high-wage: manufacturing.It American ,Legion, at the District HARDWICK I
meeting at.the Soil Conservation 4 oratorical contest to be held: in

is notable that Starke and Bradford County have Service office. Those present Gainesville on" Friday, Feb. 17. APPLIANCE SPECIALSGAS

: made a head start in some of these categories, and are mak- were Sam McGarvey, Leatcn Morgan District. 4 is comprised of Brad- .
ing slow but sure gains in others. Jr., J. B. White, Z. W. Him.- ford e'"Union. Alachua, Marion, Quality Galore I
ilton, and Foster Shi Smith. The Gilchrist, Citrus, and Levy Counties DRYER---- $7l.oi
: Continued improvement of U. S. 301 and State Highway Memorandum of Understanding and Miss Craven will be competing Thermal Eye.Burner

f00, as well as adequate rail facilities, place our area in an between the Florida 'Forest Ser with students from these
. :enviable position in regard to transportation facilities-a vice and: the Bradford Soil Conservation -I counties. The district winner will Deluxe Backguard End Your Rainy Day Blues ,

position that ,be matched few Florida District was discussedand go on to progressively higher contests -
: _can by areas.
accepted. The Board made ntil a national winner is Completely Automatic 36 Inch. RANGE $41.00
Starke has made a start in the right direction with a -
plans to have their annual speak- I.selected: with scholarships givento
: zoning code, although it still lacks adequate subdivision '
ing contest March 21 at the the top four contestants. *
.. ._ rej- The ,Housewife's Dream
: and is deficient in other of Oven Window-Clock And Light
: .regulations, areas planning. If gular meeting of the High School : The oratorical contests are put
" 'Council obtains recertification of Workable Program, PTA. The title of the speech Is1 I on each year as part of the A-
'however it will be in Americanism ; Manufacturer's I + Hardivirlr Std Rna $Q1 00
position to move forward in these "Conserving Natural Resources in' merican Legion pro .. (
needed areas. My Soil Conservation District:,' I gram. List $299.95 I "\ *&\4&--*" *,,&l I.,IU AlUAUfExcellent YV ... .vv
All high school students eli S
are Condition
Progress has been- made toward establishment of recreation gible. Auto Tag Sales

areas on. lakes in the county, and the_ most signi- The Soil Conservation District i, ,DOLLAR DAY

ficent step is. ,contingent upon: obtaining a proposed site on Soil Stewardship Program was Behind Schedule; Dearborn Heater $35.00

Crosby Lake for future development discussed and plans are being Rush ExpectedTax SPECIAL

. 'This 23-acre tract, containing approximately 500 feet made to encourage the churches I 35,000 BTU UD\'ented-Fabulous Buy

of water front, Kas been .ma' poses at what is generally regarded as a favorable price. the program. "The good< stew- j this week that his office will bq : -

: Recreation groups,are now attempting to work out with ard of the soil seeks no quick open Saturday afternoon and.
to handle the
Monday evening
: tHe{ "city aruTthe county some means of financing this pur- gain from his work nor temporary :- ;.:last minute rush tobUY 1961 lit.

: ,chase.- advantage.by considerations Instea1he is of motivated .a- ,:cense plates before the deadline; SLADE GAS -- DOLLAR DAY HEATING CLOSE..OUTS!

In regard to development of industrial sites, an area different '::[Monday night, February '20. ,
more lasting nature, -
was set "aside'in the city fQr this purPOse more than a year his responsibility before. God, the It will be 'a long haul to reach Dearborn 60 000 BTU Heater See These And Other.

, ago, :bnt little i ] if anything has been done to make it into a well-being and regard bf. his family 'the 6,122 license tags sold in this .

u4bte'an'dattractice" area that would appeal to highwageinSustries. the improvement of the community county last year, Kelly said. Th, .
. in which he lives with his I tax collector said Wednesday that i i *, Will Heat 5 or' 6 Room Home "Quality At I A Price" Buys
|I !
[sales are going very slowly but
Progress: in these last two areas, would undoubtedly] neighbors, and the knowledge that, Automatic
I that he expects to sell at least j Completely
sPurned by; the formation of a Bradford County Develop- his aspirations. and: personal!
, 2.000 to 2.500 .more tags before You Always Trade With Confidence
ment Authority which, at long last, seems to be in the off- standards of accomplishmentsmust : the. deadline.. . v.. Controlled,
be tested the
over -
' years - .
. '.' "No Other But Slade Gas'?
ing.Whenihis his work in the fields-and in his : Regularly $279.95 Offers
has been accomplished (hoped for at the 1961 i STARKE'S ONLY
'Legislative session) Starke and Bradford County will be in community. ; -, -.' .
Soil f
C. H. Young. Scientist with
'. .position to benefit by Dr. Hurff's valuable advice. the Soil Conservation Service While g Wait I OfiLAR DAY. '. DEPENDABILITY AND \

prepared soil and capability maps $X1911.
. for W. A. Hutton R. O. Simmons, PaICE SERVICE ,


' If" ESt.. head, Harry Wilkerson,, and; Mack 1 WE SELL BRONSON SHOES I II .
!: .117! .
. Griffis. These m psW n be usedto I I It

,. FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY: NEWS. prepare complete soil and t COURT: Gas is our Business
\ EB POILISHED CONT1NOU8L1CNUCK water conservation farm plans. tSHOE REPAIR
lJlade has
: THE (JAJtB MASTHEAD.Rack While laying out a stock pond
. pt\u.... Tfcr.' ... K.tt>.... a. ..*... CUM Matteti for K L. Lester the other nay, he 126 North 'Court St. :Service is. our !trademark OF STARKE

' a tie Pail, OHIec at SUrfce. FU. crier: .Act *t Mar< .. 187*. remarked.that ie uses Hairy Indigo .-j. -. Stave. Florida :' "" ..
a \ k I for a cover crop to improve : 'E. ;A. HaH OwW .'1JP ; '_ WE CAN MEET ALL GAS NEEDSF.GE :
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jt."_ a. ,'f.,i t+ I __.....P _. ._d I I SOUTHS1DE CHURCH' OF j H1WAY CHAPEL i ....,...\K"{ .-t Aj'. tU'I
: I 1 CHRIST ; ASSEMBLY' 'GOD \lI.'IdItY bChl.Qa )::4:-.> art Mdrn

1 c xh .,... V 3 Mi. S. on 301. /| D. P. Burgess Pastor .ng '1\t.,1' I. <. n. KviringJTI.

c.r tfn-. *: .1)) t, 2TV: V Sunday Bible Classes 10 a. Sunday 'School y45: a. m Service 1.0 ? Prayer M W1If.
: +tl, t EAfp. AJnU.lt AJ1"Jlo : ; m.: Assembly Worship with the Xiaituns! Worship, '11 a. m Even- cHat \"' UIl.iJtIM.Y: 7w:: i' ui iei! "

1Cx }. ,\ ( f ,r v i. Lord's Supper 11 a. m.; Evening ?,iisiic Service, 7:30: p. m. Wed- :, one, weirumrKt'v H ... 1&ott.

t..n h bu: r' S- Assembly Worship 6:30 p. m. f.t'.dayfcl"klY prayer service 7;V;> J'81cnr
3 ii a1c Wednesday Bible Classes

I- W x 7:30 p.: m. Bill Simmons, Preach-
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: F -tAff! i
>wp a : "nH ""I"TIs1 iilli: u;t' c
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1 ImNter

J&V't r A., K. Ma>ney, Pauhlf _,-'" .-:," 10:". .___
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'fir'k. Preaching. 11 4 ft.

} 4 ..2t Evening, Service, 7:30 p m ;I MILK
Ai 6 bible tudv and Pi aver feel :
i >r oa4' s ; ,nx. 7Sn pm., Wednesday. ,
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s 1 fr' i CHURCH ; gal
b aJ t :... fd Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn-
1 r -".; ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training

; :pVJVVV; .'r' xL ; IV ;;t"ifit..F" I' Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Service 4 1
8 p: m. Prayer Meeting each I|
VV4 .f i. Ice Cream
\ "l- Wednesday. 8 p. m. Everyone welt t L I
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; '."1-,"-.'. {.4' come.-Rev. .R. L. Lee: pastor i

Science Fair
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J Winners ChosenThe -. --- -- ,,- -.-- ,-,- .-- --- ...,....,--, -., WILLIAMS -I f'lA 1141*>Itfhico P slN Cottage Cheese
Such amting sure Orange JUiceAN
I' { Owr msSi tad craem;
$ix local ,BH$ Science Fair ; Vicki Derrick, tenth grade, is! shown receiving a Science Fair Freshman, : Uonald Thompson- demonstrates one use that can be I i JEWELRY tops in Ravor.:

winners pictured'on this page are i j pin 'for her winning project "Embryology- the Chlckea. .from BUS mode: of old stove pipes and scrap material a.s he accepts his Science '

not resting on their iaurds, but Science Instructor R. II. JockeL whose students! made three of the Fair pin from Judge Charleen B. tr ton, chemistry teacher at Baker
I'e'orkln harder than ever four'innlng projects in the senior division. County High. School, for his project 'The Jupiter 'C' Missile." I WATCHES, 'DiAb10NREPAIRS'
bonin up for regional competition
; ; Vickhj! project shows the development of a chick through its The judges were highly impressed with this ninth grade student's I t
in Live Oak on March 24 andY
";.)- embryological stages. This! tenth grade biology student worked with technical knowledge of the inter-continental ballistic: missile.Awarding 1 All Work Guaranteed

Tent alternates,,,six senior!: high 1. various stains attempting to color various! embryological tissues Her A. C._ Williams.

and four juror} high were:. also research par/er, rt'qulred1th all projects, showed much effort and 142 W. Call Si. r a
chosen and \vui i go to the regional -, flan: an added attraction to her project. I I
Fair-1 1' raSodo' of the t I Starke Fla m 901 WffilMO
; i \"kklli the daughter of Mr. and Sirs. D. R. Derrick of Starke.
presentwlnrs- drops out. j i I i-- fs I

The senior hih alternates in !I Dr. Luther Arnold of the U. of Fla. Science Education Depart- r '-- c. .,- --..- I .,
the order In.. which:>they wouldbe !t I ment and one of the three judges at the Fair. presents! tenth grader s --
chosen U dropouts occurred Harriet Goodman, ) .' r
I daughter of Ir and Mrs. Seeber Goodman of lI
; ,
are: I StaTke, \\11h.a Science Fair rin for her study of the "Mammalian I

Gloria Smith' daughter of Rev. ]'I| Laf m." Harriet became interested in how speech is! produced, and iR.
and Mrl J.. R. Sm1thbor her pro-
lilt: p
her study included the dissection of the larynx of a mouse and a bat. It's Date
jest "Adrenai'GlanSs.::; I!
Brenda 'Lott, daughter of Mr. '| ,
Mrs. E. .E. Fox. for his project. made from scratch by the stud- r : t .
and Mis, Pt H. Lott, for her pro- "Mm n's World of Sound. V
ject, "The' Miracle of You." ': ents.Last .
John Adams: son of Dr. and: year BHS entered two rr'
$ Judy'' Schleppi, daughter of Mr. \i "11'.5. H. H. "Adams for his'project, students in the. Regional Science (You better be there
and' Airs II.. R. Schleppi. for her > ,
"Rp r.npratlon of Body Tissue." Fair: Both students, Sylvia Starling 5 i
project, "Observations o White .
Junior alternates .
hih are: and Robert Edmbndson received < oj !
I Mice in a Maze'." Lee Moorer. daughter of Mr- bids to attend the State 1'r
Ann Epperson, daughterof
Sally and Mis- L. B. Moorer, for her Science Fair the latter winningan I
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, !
project, "The Eye. honorable mention for 'his
for her ,,proJ.ect, '"Mitosis, Typical I Meet'
Dee Walters, daughter of Mr. working model .of an oil well. ;
Animal Cell.;' grid Mrs 3. L. Peek Jr., for her Experience- dictates that stud- I V [ 4t
Jimmy Fox. of Mr. and ,
son | project "Paramecium." .' ents entering either the state or

Rotary Members I Candy Woodburh daughter of regional! f irs will face very tough : q Joe Daurer
( Mr. and Mrs. N L. Woodburn.i competition. For example. BHS : a Science Fair pin. to Linda Wasdin, 11th grade ,is
Tour Warehouse, i for her project "The: Far Side Science "Instructor Richard H. one of the judges, 'Dr. Ned E. Bingham of the Science Education I .
i I of the Moon. Jockel pointed: out the state winnerin department 'at the I1, of Fla.for' her project 'EiectrophoresLs< of I and his .
A tour .of,? he new Florida Development ,I Edward Jackson son of Airand physical sciences last year wasa '
I Hemoglobin. Electrophoresis is a process for electrically separating
Commissions surplus Mrs. B. Jackson for his project high school student who discovered r woodenheadedsidekick '
: the different hemoglobins in the blood, showing that blood, does contain r
property warehouse south of "TelPgraph With Speaker. a commercially profitable ,
I more than one type of the oxygen carrying agent. r- .r
Starke was_ enjoyed Wednesdayby All the projects pictured or method of extracting magnesium
i members"rof Starke Rotary mentioned reprsent an averageof from sea water. In Linda's project Mood is. placed on filter paper through whicha I V
Club Prior tothe visit F. B. direct electric current is passed, causing the different hemoglobins
: { 100 hours work on the part ofi Studentsinning in regional I s ( p. JOEY OTOOLEDon't "
Beard manager of the surplus i the student, and some many more. competition will go to the State to travel to different locations on the paper.} Linda is the daughterof I ,. .

I operation} : here, described the i Started at the beginning of this Science Fair in April to be held Sir.. and Sirs. Riley \VasdiiiTof Starke.. ,, ," ,- S ':' ...
functions of the department. The school term most of the projectscost this year at Florida Southern Col- -- "- : 1'
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program was in charge of Col. T. ., V V "
e only a few dollars and were lege in Lakeland. ".
C T Long.
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ELtCTk4f7r 1df y -the'ro using return, ::5:> ':c ; .
1i FRI. v. ,; I '
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: I SAT. l'' ii- !UO1 # IJV4%$ T_ V I i of. Call i Stree. .is *s j-. 11 .
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'j favorite Comedian
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1 F4bi I' Nat Sternkerg ,
II -
1 Ladies Ladies Ladies

It' I V Fall. Hats Dress Black. s&Shoes Brown Fall Dresses I $ V I \ '\ ." ... : ;"

V "

) j $ $ $ .00i I .AtC. IU_ ,; Help Sing '4', >'

: i $1.00 : $4.00 ]. The l tuo junior: highuriers in'this ear's Science Fair are alumn- 7 ,. I;'

i with the projects that 'were" tops in their division.. ? : i. \ ..
1. __ 'David Dyal, eighth grade son ol Mr:; and'' Mrs. Nate Dyal, is w
I -I shown (left) with his winning project j "Cacti and Succulents." David : f that marvelous, E

:Ii i : Ladies Full Fashioned Girls Sweaters had over 80 specimens which he grew himself; he also typed his own 1 '. ,: .. J'h

Ladies Coats t research paper for each ,.plant. .. Ii musical 1 masterpiece ;_
I REDUCED M the right is Mickey Daashy, asovail. eighth grader, with his I t. 4.,.

HOSE winning- project "Magnetism and Electricity.' Mickey', son of Mr. i .

I I VALUES 29.95 ipover $$1.00 !, be and used Mrs.! and R. O.their. Dan&by uses,in demonstrated electric motors., how many' ways",magnets dan V "Ik Old Sow S Song"

I I j 2. for $$1.00 51 1 0.0.0 Cardigan $$1,98 I. iF Lr'l; i I I'q V

H r \ r.'i"". ,
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Girls Car Coats "; "
Girls Pebble Knit I
Laugh with those. t. '" V f

I CirlsDresses ; Vt I .;:'i' 4 S .t ,
1 GroupPanties VyV i =
) V I : MEN *
Incomparable, END .
r V J.. .. y ',"
"Cinderella"! .
,$2.00. Billy! Graham .. i

y i $:-. v ."-* Buddy Bishop, .

3 1.00 $2-00 Others' ;41 jv *; .Jack Monroe" Trawick. ., ,._ '\
pr.' $ I Frank "Popeye" Barker' _# 1
$$3.00 & $$5.OUMen' i .
; The auditorium of the USO Building, across ..ff'9lJ1.tb. school, .Is I -,& : Al 'Crosby' :

racked with students, junior and senior high, waiting for .their: projects :..; .' Junius Smith V .
II rt "Pappy"
'-'-- \
I r-or;; -- to judged.. All three looked at each ,' '
.. .. ... : be judges project indhldally, ."" : f H4 E' .,.
and each 5tudt'of85 asked questions about his work. i ., ; ; ;'
Men's .
and Boys Ladies Surburban i h ,.)( Fs

'I SHOES Cotton Slipsfor Coats Midget..League of the* morning. \Johnny-West:"- .j j: ; J --i : ALL_ THIS t AND MORE SURPRISES, TOO : .*

Lead Taken By 1 i,I fall garnered' 8 points, -slid John. ,I
'ny Warren got 4 to le'ad'Court :j AT THE
t Local 1 FinanceLocal j i Shoe -.Repair, 'while Wayne, Mc-j

3.t'1 Group00 2 $3.0o pa10..Uno I.! Leod and Jimray.Moore scored' 4 :
Finance Co. took<< over, :I each to take scoring honors for
the Midget League lead Saturday j I i Register. : II

f morning by upsetting Andr ems'. I I| Schedule, for Saturday, Feb. 18, r
I'' J -. I ,I
Drugs 126. Finance set ; P a.m.--- ,i
up' a'defense that stymied an ,Andrew j Local Finance vs. Register Gulf;,,!t reli

11 Bqxl! PSSISe'P.S6irls; BLA1ETS Wash[ Clothes I *' attack, with Bobby White j Court Shoe Repair vs. Andrews 1 I

who scored 22 points the week Prugs. i
j! I '
?; and SweaterslayonNylon Blend I I before doing; _a fine job. Ronnie j *'. :. i! 1
'. x .. I Tomlinson and $Richard Williams J CirOECR OF GOD 1. -. \

f $$1 ipo: : 1 1Of&I.00 f | 'ledhg while Greg victors Reddish'with .4 4 points and Peter each' I Sunday' Worskib.School 11 10 t.'a.;nL-Sund,:m. Morning ** ", BHS-' Auditorium' ,,,, I One. Night Only. Sat. Feb 25

it $$3.00 rancher's 2 points rounded outscoring pvenirig Serlce.. ,7:45 ,. ::;mi."tPa: : :.,. '. .

L, __ ., the for Andrews Drugs Sendee Wednesday 7:45. pfwyer ,- m 8:00 P.M. Adults
I _. -. . Court Shoe Repair beat Je ffl5}- MeeU-tI' ds)*3l5pi.V ,;, .II.- "".""- ;J._ ."_ .,.... -40_', ..
I 1 h Gulf 14-9 in the second game i _

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PAGE SIX BRAD 'OJU) CDUMY itLUKAVil, STABKE, FLOKIDA r..v-s-.i: .. FEB.: ig.Id 19ti1

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+ I
[lot annual salary] Qualifying fee lish a city manager form of gov- .into which the 1960 Census had I lf Comic -To "volunteer.** I ji j--[i cents. No walKing is invelved.

: Is Made for all candidates in town elec- ernment for Starke. He said he moved Bradford be repealed"The. Hahn is a unique, jokepropelled !-1 The entire performance may be

tions; increasing the mayor's sal- believed it would contribute to solons assured him that, they. Uk.tenJed ,. phenomenon from South Carolina | viewed from one 'spot. Camera
ary to $300 per year; and increasing more efficient operation of the to do this since they did now working out of the Paradise 1 fans are in1tedtO photograph any

:For DeveloumentiAuthority councilmen's salries to city's business. not want, Bradford moving Into Country Club in Crystal or all of the.,one hour jhpw.

$5 per month each. Sen. Johns said his obseivation any law "by accident" due to population : Country Club, River Fla. Turning pro at the

Shufoid indicated that all of was that towns that had this form increase. *. .' age of 18, he worked himself up' .I4L. -juiti' ttrUVl' 1"! ,...

; these acts should include referen- of government changed managers County Attorney T. F. tdndrum Hahn; golfdom's so-called: the hard way: from a caddy. way yea wm come III ID4 Ie-

dum clauses. ."about as often as a woman reported: a similar sentiment on' rd of Cluos" will give an i' The public is invited, to see the lecl your favorite !' "TERbRoO

Hospital LegislationThe ,changes her dress." City Clerk Ed- behalf of the County Commission. on at the Starke .Golf and I I Hahn show, with admission at 90 Fountain I-NI. rilt..JI'"uR"t-: .
(Continued from Page One Bradford County Hospital ,wards and Jerome Johns aho He recommended that the delegation Club at 4 p.m. 1- y .

requested an act to allow the hos I I spoke in opposition to a city manager 1 review all special acts passed Feb. 22, H. A. Wednea'j'j I : .-

:Tin full. and twice by title only. pital and its medical staff to collect type government for Starke. i i for Bradfoid in the past [most president, announced ..yester: ,

Under the present charter, ordi- liability insurance direct from Want New Town i J jof them dealing with salaries' !; STARKE'TYPEWRITER

'nances are read in fuil three the companies involved for care H. L. Morgan, stating that he and those passed for Nassau who enlivens his amaz-

times usually at the same meet- and treatment of injured persons. represented a group of homeowners [which would now affect Bradford : feats of skill with trick shots

'ing. Doyle said the second and Also requested was. a bill authorizing on the west end of Lake Genera ). >> comic ,c : men'tary..has trav

third reading served no worth- !:I the hospital trustees to con- in Bradford County requested He said that although the Bounty -, around the'globe four times

whlle.. purpose, and: the new procedure tribute toward group insurance an act incorporating an had: moved into a bracket en I recent years giving exhibitions

would save much time. coverage for hospital emplo.ees.County area of approximately 100 acres. titling Commissioners to an $1,- I 37 countries on all six contin- SERVICE .

Lawtey Heard From Judge T. A. Yawn requested This location is along SR 21, between 800 annual salary the Bradford At. least 50 million people

The Lawtey Town Council an increase in fees allowed Keystone Heights and Mel- board did not plan to ask-for'an seen !him in movie shorts

through Mayor C. R. Shuford. for handling cases in the rose. Morgan said the area included increase in their present ,$l,200 other millions on national TV 304 N. WALNUT ST. PHONE \YO 9-2191
asked for legislation making the Small Claims Court. Present scaleis Sullivan's ".
like Ed .
about 30 homes and he stipend. Gary .. i-*,' ,*
0 town marshal's job appointive $3 for cases involving amountsup :was authorized to speak for some Mrs. Alice M. Connors of. the Arthur Godfreys, and ?'" -'

:rather than elective: increasing to $200; and $4 for claims rang- i eight o/ these owners. State Farm requested an act per.. ., His newest fIlm feature TYPEWRITERS ,-: :,

*terms of mayor and clerk from ing from $200 to$400. Judge Yawn I He said: purpose of the Incorp- mitting her to pay into the state' dubbed"Tee, ],[Marvels." ,.

one year to two years; barring said this scale did not meet expenses oration would be to forestall any retirement fund an additional: t <: '.of his cavernous 90-pound!

public officials from qualifyingto of the small claims court I possible attempts on the part of amount and then claim retire- Hahn produces. 'clubs:

run for a different office unless and recommended the following Keystone Heights which I is in ment benefits by reason of her ( defy' description;' Shafts of ADDING CASH .
they first resign the office schedule: $3.50 for cases up to hose 'swiveljointedsix[ ) !<
another county [Clay], to annex late husband's service at the State ,'
..held: requiring a five per cent $100: $5 for those over $100 and the area which is on the town's Prison for almost 20 years. 'In'lenth,, and:clubheads-! that MACHINES REGISTERS'

under $200; $7.50 for claims between outskirts. He said that incorporation' up to ten pound;, He hits ,

4200 and $300; and $10 of an area with a popula- LATTEK DAY SAINTS wood 'shots' :in kneeling posi. ts .

Vf. C. T. O. for those from $300 to $400. tion of less than 125 required spe- Services each Sunday In oW sitting, and even"perched a- Serviced Cleaned Repaired
City Manager cial legislation. Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun a folding seat whUe standing

"ONE SWALLOW MAY NOT A lively discussion on the pros The Bradford solons told Morgan day School 1A a. m. Sacrament one foot. 'The hair-raising. y. .

: MEAN A SUMMER, BUT IT CAN and cons of city managers was they would iook into thefeasibility' I Service i:30: p. m. Everyone we). of :his show comes,, when I

LEAD TO, A FALL. touched off when James Blooo Of his request. come. smashes.a drive off a-tee held ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED
; (SUNCHINE MAGAZINE.)I worth speaking as an individual, No Salary Increases the teeth of. a lying-down

urged passage of a bill to estab- County Clerk Chas. A. Darby MADISON STREET BAPTIST i .
800 Block W. Madison St. .
reported that Bradford's
population -
I increase [over 12,000 had iSunlay School 9:45.: Jim Law ; L : : ,
.. moved him Into a higher pay: ron Superintendent. ; "Jlr.i" ,,}' :",
C )I B D'
bracket under the general statute -1 I Morning Worship, 11:00.: '' ..,, C
i Training Union 6:15.: Jim Harden t'

.. ..
governing clerk's salaries but! Director. ; .. '1 4;' ''

that t he did not seek the increase.He Evening Worship 730.; : Words'or,'less,:.one time .-__,____ .83 Memorials, Resolutions ______ 6c per word

recommended that the population Wednesday Prayer Meeting ; not ,paid.ta' 4vairce _,___-_______ 1.00 (Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words ___-i.-- ,.50
bills [of Nassau County]
7:30.: I or pllnd'Ads ;..._______._...- 1.00 Over 50 words __..,_____? 6c per word

I: .. I t additionalword:, over 20.------_- .05 Display ads! in Classified ___ __ 1.50. per Iscb

; ". McGarvey Nursery
; H machines Vac: um cleaners 2 BEDP.OOM HOME with one acre
AT DOWLING'SHastingsFresh I AT ATNORTH Floor polishers. \Ve aervlce all Annual Plants lot. Carport & utility mom Newly
I sewing: machines. FREE PICK Ornamentals finished and partially furnished.
.. AND DELIVERY.; Write 402' A. I '6.5001 Low DowIaymeit,
NORTH -JJw.1 St. .Lafce' City Fla. Phone Perennials Will consider a trailer ,in trade.

: FLORIDA ** FLORIDA I ;. tfihg U. S. 301, 2 Mi. N. Lawtey I II" ml. beyond north on Partners 301, turn Market right;first 7th
S.A.LE-18 larg$ building lots '' on right. gtchg 3-18
nt ftod. .See C. C. Wynn. FOR RENT One store building:,
3 Ibs. : 1; Bo* 345.; 4tp 2-16 furnished I FOR SALE tn
CABBAGE 1 Oe one apartment and one Sofa bed excellent
Jacksonville PRICES Come To small unfurnished house at 321 condition. $120. Phone 2904 Keystone -
: HAVE a new lu'n program for Temple. Ph. WO 9-2981. tfchg Heights. Itp
me'* Loam oi 1 _to 5 year
Starke And On PrOduct .' j( tb. ntr| 'cr.llt requite- Spring And Summer Sewing Shouldbe New :3 B. R. Horn
Quality I of the firmer and his fam ordered now. Xew address 1371 919 N. Thompson Lit.
: New England U. S. No. 1 Irish ,,' r I '.,.Gatnevlll$ Production,- CredV! Blandinr Saratoga Heights, Phone For Pale with small down-payment.
tlon. '$20 orb. Main WO 4-5841. Mrs. Phipps. 3tohg 2-23 I Monthly payment* to nut you or
: Westinghouse ,. .Fla *..fcuRADIOJ will trade for your property in town
: For Rent 3 room and bath nicely or out acreage lots or Lake pro-
I KEFAJRED furnished cottage. Available Feb. perty. Will take boat outfit or smallcar
; POTATOES .,All :"'kwlU.je**. 1. Phone WO 4-2261, Margaret Howard in trade. This In real nice complete
< : :; .ahfe CkrM par t,.. tfchg with bath. Or; wjil( move' to

s Here Are A BHEPHEBD'" .!..'.: ..Greea'ItaDIO Owaer TV J.your E. lot Wall or, Rt.acreage.3 Box Call 2$6r',, phone'write
: "It Of The ;W.AN.TED: Accountant for part,
Bargains : &!: '
'. Ibs. :>, fall. starts St.r/Phame, PaL, "'O.WBOJ' time employment.! Submit re'ume' 198%. Lake City Fla. tfChr
10 3Se J : to Box 823-T. Starkf. Fla. Itchg
SALTBermuda: ,I BALED HAY: rOR .SALE, for
FOR RENT; OR SALE Two bedroom mulching. 60cper'.bale. W. White.Ph. .
toy. V.'U:. ,F phone '
: l I house 344 X. Water St. See WO 4-ieSl/ 2tchg %-:1
10 Cubic FootREFRIGERATOR 4".5571. / "Up %-14 ,
Palvln Johns!' next door. Up
Pompano Red Ripe 1 ; :' 'fl4oNIA.rJ.OBIIT- .' .I run SALE FOR RENT hOUse!'with bedroom-(-carport.n.kwly furnished For

$4' F T.-"P. .Plarlt'a Starhe. mix concrete couple or with an infant child. Inoulre .
: Ready concrete block
9.00' ; '
14'G; !ail! Wfttd'alY) Me'fFlb1l"er.) s-oiifs.. fence posts, sand cement at 73T N. Thompson St. tfchgSVLVANIA
U occasion locally; Pb.neNona
--ft.-- IDe 'Vith.Separate Freezer l. !*-fiOg-EnEt St. tfchg MoUr mix. rock steel. oyster shell,
TOMATOES 'f'l- ; --. Unierock and Roof Gravel. Phone TVs

; "FASHION.' .,lolK'i-HOMES'they're- 'modern, Co.WO4-2521 Bradford Engineering ttchgFOR I Sales': & ServiceSTARKff .

10 Cubic Foot Upright ;yoil".v* been waiting for-see I RADIO & TV
now' at Jacksonville Visitthe: !. SALE 5 lots 114' by 9V on j I Phone WO 4.8.111
HOMIJ$.IIO-DEL,'OPEN Polk and Myrtle north of Wfst Pratt !{
.00 '
$17 4. AND -SUNDAY. ...FEB 707 West Pratt. phone WO 4-8851. !
{ .U"H; AND (8fH AT--J800 :2tp! 2-16 ::
.'' i """'"*'" '*
; 'T?
: oJ I ;and.m: >yhe. yoa'U .w a one FOR SALE Business-residential [FOR SALE: FRAMEHQUEf.. Can
I : : s yalajbfe.door; prlzfs." combination property at 217 E. F h>p financed. End of Euclid St I
13 Cubic Foot ; i. '*; -\ ,:., "' f- Eownlee St., Starke Fla. Contact I blks. South on'Alton! Rd J. W.
lon'vJt i t",, !efcowp. ljy.StroUt owner at 6950 Rollo Road Normandy!, Thomas. tfchg
',w r1.r.rest.$ ..: r 'estate Subdivision. Jacksonville. Fla.. or -
REFRiGERATOR$25'O.OO$ % ft, ar,'theV''exteror: | :com- phone EV 4-6138.' tf chg I M-RftERY STOCK FOR SALE
DOZEN 10c .. ";\primltim.quutj-:. 8; that We have over 100,000 'nice fruit
out,(rpm :aU') ;>.th" ttest. Not FOR SALE C. E. Cannon farm trees and shrubbery. Hedge Plant
,-, ljnt.-erecteil ,on your 20 acres, with 3 buildings furniture. trl'u. landscape'material of
experienced Draftsmen using Located near FFA barn. Will sell quality. Hundreds Citrus tree Incans
". 14 Cubic Foot Two DoorFreezerRefrigerator : 'purchased- materials.'. $. cheap. ItP for quality.some with Azalea fruit. Set and our Camellia plant

>>AR 'QUALITY": JTORK- FREE use of garden plot for kt't'P-1 SOc up. O. C. Camel Nursery 10 mf.
$ ; : Sm J STsYLING-T) especially ing same clean. Mrs. Joe Hoover, !i I Rut of Keystone Height: Hwy 100.
Pink \ $425.00 EASY MONTHLY, PAYMENTS. 128 N. Church St. phone WO 4-7541. Phone 684-465, Florahome Fla.
4t' chg S-8PETTOV
tot yourwlf why 'Fashion 8t chy 2-23 ,
Combination : are the .. talk of the town.
sizes and tloor ptl n8to choose FOR RENT First; floor apart- FLOJIIST:
GRAPEFRUIT d doz 35cORANGES /"'. frame land "mod.el8\ ments. Close in desirable. Also house 119 8. TIIOMP80Y.. ST.
Fully Automatic 9 Pound terms. PHONE WO -.JJI
: Ground !hcmiea4.vacaton'i' )'.11 l' 'eo\ for rent or sale.'ery easy tfchg NIGHT WO 4-8881 *r WO R4I3II5TISCTIV5 .
1o qa.blsJo! I N. Cherry St. I'LflWPflIwn

LAUNDERMAT $1 88,00 : .low.' prJ.cii' '! Nothing FOR RENT 2 story modern farm I WIRE FLOWER: A3fYWIIERB' tfch*
as low a* '123.73 hou e. Located S. on 301. Call Conner -
month* ; Sold .by. 'your local Ins. Agency WO 44501. tfchg FOR RENT 4 room unfurnished -
)Representatives In Starke house ){,.. Mae ,Jordan. phone
Johinlellansen, and In Ral- FQR RENT-3 room apartment or wo 4-094S. Itp
17 Inch Portable With Stand M. J. Dobb It chg rent as sleeping rooms. Private, utilities -
furnished. Man only. Phone INTRODUCTORYOFFER
RENT-Furnlahid apart WO 42493. lIP
*. 'Reasonable: rates.. Near
centerPhone WO l-Wll
; :at.Ill 8. Cherry 'St.' (Shell Engraved Business
,112 BUSHEL Office. .
,;. Stationery
----' I tfcbs
,. 500 Letterheads
r Many More Bargains On All Sizes ; : 1" LP'w A "'mD 500 Large Envelopes
iC per hour, or "morer for part p 500 Business Cards '

1 01 .. .' orders.timeworlu' Large Write re- FINEST ENGRAVING tALL
.. or .woman. '
F..sS CO./Box 27UeSoto.Sta._ S. FOR 48.05 ,
n '% ,
REFRIGERATORS rti 1l"'ftnP't Yt' :
6 I / Plate Included ..

-' t Fresh'STRING FREEZER & TELEVISIONS 10 Lemon .8t ..... PalmOui BWBiMMMllBHHllSBMISJiiMHH' !

Repaired Upholstered Complete Sundry store
\ ,
BEANS Call Us For Quality Service At Reasonable ''a' Refinishedad. tain Two and plate sandwich glass show unit eases with, foun compressor -'

Prices On All Your Appliances { ,llEBUILT Complete T"ee Service and back-bar.and earbonator stools, booth counter and, .

: lf ir izineraprkigi Pruning; Bracing De-Mos- table. cash register HB Klx r. *te. '
Work Tree Removal All practically new May be seen bjrcontacting
lbs3 2ge .' -S1'iieB' fag Cavity Postmaster at Melrose
72 FLORIDA"SUPPl P"Y-" oyVaU," Transplanting Florida. Stfhtf 'aU V
Shop NORTH '
,'P.u.ATKA. lN, Sapp's Tree SurgeonsPETE FOR RVNT furnished apt. Lights
: water Included $45. Mo. 514 8.
1 : J woueu SAPPt Owner Enpl'rMon St. Y. I.. Klrchalne.' tfchr

Golden YellowSQUASH Your Franchised Westinghouse Dealer For This Area.YouCanBeSure..IfIt's I PEGGY SMALLER, Starka, STABKE PHONE WO 4-SSW EVER TOO LATE TO lOIN

'Ar3. For Expert Tree Surgery Call OurAgent EVENING CLASSES for adults. AU
S: lIubJ@ta. Credit if
-2 k WePRODlt wanted., Writ.
Phone WO 4-3965 Director. Pox 1W, Starke, or call
THOJfAS' REALTOR 224 N. Temple WO 4-3071. or trUlt Adult Education -
-} equities modern Office. USD BIde for addi
.. J la except' 'condition. Pay-. tional Information. Negro adult.
I .much! lower than Tent. FOR SALE Modern 4 bedroom .cont*... principal' RID School tfehtt
W Large buildings to down town :'bath residence on U. 8. 3J1 withIn -I -'
W sting ouse for rent.- -Suitable for .fac City I mlt.. Large lot. Write P. HAVE OPENING- I\ THIS AREA
!! DOWLING'S : .or merrajijtfle: busiaeii. O. Box ?23>S. Starke. Itchg FOR ONE MORE $109.00 PER
I Commerciallocations .00 U. 8. -- WEEK MAN AND 1 MORE ITS."
I ,. We, wm,sell'you zit, deslgo HAVE THB OPENING FOR THE
5 m.
; Monday thru Friday after p.
build and finance
; I "-RtIOl.lea. closing. .All Charles day Saturdays.Hutcheion., 521 Pratt St. LIMIT J) TO u. IV YOU ARE
NORTH Call fnf (or.parUuTara. WELL MET. EAST TO
.. FLORIDA SUPPLY _WO 4-11J5. Utchg 4-12 GET ALONG
JL-.J. Realtor
W.A."TEDR. N. or L P. X. Nurse
t 234 N. Temple Ave'S e: 't -8ALB -... : 1.ek for relief work. 4 days a week. GREENE 4 5' WEST PBACHmEB,
., Hart,..,..,.fi*. BemttfwltrBar DoctorsHospital. tfcb STREET NE. ATLANTA 1, GEORGIA
J Call UsAt WOod1aTnd4.2113 .''1 ; .. PatiO ..d SatsId It chgd %-11
:.:.Priced *. Mit. 'UtJ Pratt BRADFORD --- ,
: J .... ..O'4-I1H'...! WqL WORTH THE TRIP?
#* -.-* :l :_ U BUILDING SUPPLY
FIISTPAYIE.I: ,. : 'I ALL TYPE BUILDING Mobile Homes-Always below

MARKET ik1 ,. ; : 5ALB: ',- '11iTdb4e .apartcwnt MATERIALSRemodeling market, and clean. .
1 10- : ; : ., S ,, *"nnnAt.-n .D4m-5 LAKE GENEVA
) .
: ,
( -:r-q "peU fmoa.Otfiee.. ; Repairs
,-. : : Jrt7 St.s.e.: 'Oner -3.-R.. FREE ESTIMATES TRAILER PARK
HE ,
Alllt'IST.h$ ;" '. r ; ? ; ucizIiY4ufLi .
: 1 ml SE ,of Keystone His
"Across From Setzers" w : .'\ :,'. On New Construction RottS1OO ,
.TO 14q7 con- DeVce & Harris Paints ,
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--5. .i "' :"r.n CGILNTYSTATE III. VG"J1. 'b. ,. !" '-'-.', ; .&
t ,n ,b.n.u1u- -.. : I'Lv1\ill ,
1 k RnI117nttR PAQSESVEH
tt 1r1.q family recently moved to the new ered dish supper Tuesday b.n;; -
nightat Ernest Wellhausen.Jia$, ill .Ir I
housing area in Bradford County 6:30.: Arrangements j strawflower, sun flower, wishbone
were in this
week and
w FARM Mr. and Mrs., Shealey have also ; charge of Mrs John I confined to bed. flower and zinnia. I,
: Simpson. |Surely do wish her Let's GoGardening "We
a 'speedy re- eliminate the middleman's
:1'" moved. Hope they enjo: their, Mr. and Mrs. J. W Hartiin and covery. Green Lawns profit"One

h By Sirs. O. E. Crosby new location' t ,daughter Debbie ,attended; the Friends of Frank We'lhausen' Homeowners with established
-The Home Demonstration Club ;,Billy Graham revival in lawns can aid their grass to become Quart:
; interested to learn
\.u..A A A.w. that his e
will hold its regular monthly Sunday afternoon. taking weekly treatments spring-green again *lth an FREE '
in =
,: Pete HarrelL and son wee visit- meeting at the home of Mrs. B.| Mrs. R. P. McLendon and son, Jacksonville application of about 16 pounds of or Gallon
< now. 7.
1-; ins relatives in Eastman, Ga. last H. Mitchell at 2 p. m. next Tues :Tommy, spent the weekend with 'John Waters has been 6-6-6 fertilizer per 1,000 square )I

i :' weekend. They were accompanied day. Membership dues are only ;I relatives in Tampa. ,While there from the hospital and discharged has returned By lierveySharpe feet of turf.Remember. i'' Prices Start at $2 qt. $3.98 aLMARY' 49
1 home by little Phyllis Harrell, 25 cents a year and all ladies: are 'Tommy attended the State Fair. to work. Agricultural Extension Serviced that too much plant 1

y+ who.spent the week with her uncle urged to attend. t Mr. and Mrs. Don Bagwell ,of Mr,, and Mrs. Jack Waters Young plants, like infants food is as bad as plant starvation.
: and aunt. Mr.and Mrs. Jim Harden entertained :Starke visited the 'O. E. Crosbys family get So, don't add extra fertilizer CARTER PAINT STORE
and Bud Waters and chit off to a better start if placed !
on a
C. M, Burnett returned, to his', with a Valentine dinner ;Sunday afternoon. dren of Jacksonville especially nitrogen "Just for good 501
spent Satur liquid diet. N.W. 8th Ave.
!J 1 home after undergoing surgery in I,last Saturday night. They had ,as day with measure.." Gainesville, Fla. FR 67588That's
Mrs. Dorothy Waters So. why not add
: Bradford County Hospital last;'guests Mr. and Mrs. John Linn i YTTYYYYYYT 1i1ymyyy and family. when a starter solution It's important to fertilize rye-

week. We are happy to report )his: 'I I and children of Starke. Misses transplanting annual grass now for a continued green
Alene and Helen Ss.ea t, flowers this' spring? It'11 boost
rapid recovery. The Community Club was the I, MAXVILIE Linda Waters Karen Griffis. and your green thumb presige. Univer carpet. To eradicate the winter 1
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Godwin an dsrzT1 I I setting for a lovely'Valentine cov- Bonnie Padgett lawn cover mow the sod very Our
I enjoyed making sity of Florida ornamental horticulturists Business

.By. Mrs.. C.. B. NolanWatersNorman homemade Bonnie ice cream at the homeof offer the following sug the close use but of if ryegrass you want set the to prolong mower 3 If It's Glass We Have 111!
Pacgett last Friday y gestions for using starter solutions
1 night. : cutters higher. CALL WRITE or VISIT

: Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters, and. For ,plants set in sandy soil, mix Stagger Glads
4 1z family and Diaz Hartley ol Jacksonville two tablespoons' of 5-8-8 fertilizerper. Begin a gladiolus bulb planting Joe Peters Glass Co.
schedule now for a supply of the
HAS YOUR 1 z. fi visited Friday night with! gallon of water. Add a like amount tall-stemmed
Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family of 0-12-20 fertilizer flowers throughout
per MR
Mrs. the summer. For a continuous ANY GLASS NBED
"RAINY DAY" Dorothy Kilgore accom gallon of water"for plants set in supply, make planting about We Design Modem Store Fronts
panied the
girl's basketball team muck. Use about;' a pint of starter
7r to'the basketball tournament:: held solution per plant. every weeks. Jnst Mail Us A Pattern for
.SARRIVED in Hastings last About five weeks after then Table Tops
Friday and Saturday For best luck, set plants $oo
; \. \ \ flower spikes bloom, the bulbs are 1313 N.W. 4th PL
nights. after a:,,rain,: when it's t cloudy or Gainesville. Fla. Phone PR. 24SM
ready to dig. Loosen them with
Bob Thompson of Ocala spent in late afternoon. a
Being deluged with Shading newly> .
Monday night with Mr. and Mrs.Doss set plants with 1 spade and pull up by the top.
palmetto tans
bills or
? See us. A personal Higginbotham Next, clip off the top close to theo
and family newspapers will help them t -
L loan maybe easily ar- -y and also visited with Mr. and shift into gear faster. bulb, dust with DDT and store! in

4ranged on your signature srs Mrs. Dan Parrish. To get a, quicker display of outdoor unto

alone. Pay off your I Chris Bradshaw of Jacksonville i flowers, start annual seedlings

=' debts Monthly bud- 'spent Saturday night and Sunday: early in a flat made from a easily.
1 with his brother and sisterInlaw.Mr. shallow wooden box filled with the bulbs about two i
get-terms. k '' i weeks after digging. Press the base
and Mrs.
rich soil.
Sy 'Buddy Bradshawand humus Place the flat in
of the new bulbs in Spergori or
son. a 'window that
$ gets plently of
Arasan dust and sprinkle withy 3 t
Miss Patty Parrish accompaniedMrs. light. A southern exposure awa
to 5 percent DDT dust This will i
B. Nolan and
son Bobbyo from chilly winds is a good loca-
LOANS 'TO $600 see the Baldwin Boys DIn. Cal- tion. control thrips, University of Flora

lahan in the tournament In Hast Peat, Pots da horticulturists say. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

ings last Thursday night.:: Buying seedlings growing inpeat For additional information on

Mrs. Bobby and Buddy Padgett were pots Is a popular way to get gladiolus
Dorothy Waters announcesthe secure Agricultural Ex
Injured in an,automobile cccident a n' early burst of flowers.
These :
approaching marriage other on the Maxville tension Service Circular 188 from STEP-ON I WEDGE
Sat- organic
Thucog daughter, pots are ideal for theamateur.
Linda Lorraine, to irday night. Bobby was sent to a your county or home demonstration

) Richard and Mrs.H.Lewis Norman Norman, son of of High Mr .md icspital.released but Buddy was treated ,No planting skill is required. agent. Ask for "GladiolusFor GARBAGE CAN !1 CUSHION

land. Miss Waters attended schoolin You merely place the pot containing The Home Gardener.'*
I .. Maxville and Baldwin and'wUl Sidney Higdon and Bob Kasson, the plant in the flower bed.
144 W. Call St. graduate from the Baldwin High layers on the Baldwin Varsity Presto 'tht3 annual is alive and
jasketball team. spent all of last growing without
the shock oT
Phi,WO.4-9091 School in June of this year. Mr. weekend in Palatka and Hastings transplanting. la The County Jadjt'* Court Of
1 Norman was reared in Highland, :' Bradford County, Florida
?njoying the tournament.The Plant annuals that have I In ProbateIn ,
and attended the large
Lawtey School. Maxville Tie: Estate of Laura W. Colley, .
= girls taking.
partn seed and those
He is presently employed by the 'are hard to I De.eased. ,
the St. Johns
Stewart-Melon Floor Covering Co. River Conference transplant directly in the bed NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
in Jacksonville. The james last Friday and Saturdaynight where they are to bloom. Sow the persons having claims or de

plan to be married in young early couple sum on the Baldwin Varsity, seed thinly in! shallow trenches. mands. Colley against, deceased the estate, are of hereby LauraW.
PRIEST ANNUAL mer. seam were Shirley Higginbotham,! Cover the seeds lightly and sprinkle notified and required to file their[
Patty Parrish, Mary Kilgore Sandra with ,a damping-off claims in the office of the County
BIRTHS Judge of Bradford County :Florida,
Mr and Mis. Gilbert Brown and Peggy Smith. Wear Covering the seeded area with in the County Court House at
an proud of the girls for winning burlap will aid in Starke, Florida, within eight calendar
nounce the arrival of a son on the holding in soil months from the date of the
7c Feb. 2 in the Ed' Fraser hospital, conference. Diane Grineryf moisture until the seedlings beginto first publication of this notice, or
$ & 1 1We : Baldwin scored 41 pOints ,push through the soil. Be the same will become void according
Macclenny. The
been named young Hector man Gilbert has Diane Breaking and the Bunnie conference Stokes record.,of to remove the burlap at this time to First law. This Publication January' 31 February, 1961." 2,
A number
I of annuals 1961.
Brown, Jr. : can be
Whitehouse: made All.Coyltgrence. ''planted-now. C. CARR COLLEY
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. aslets -
will, start our Annual LUCKY Padgett:announce Rev. Lester Taggart-of Doctor'sInletwas ; balsam, blue lace-flower: Executor of the Last Will and
7c the arrival celosia ,
of a son on : ,visitor :Testament of, Laura W. .Colley. .
SALE Feb. 1 in Bradford ;' a atthe: Maxville chrysanthemum, cosmos, deceased.
morning FEBRUARY B ptlst .ChurchJast Sunday Hollis Knight Western Auto Associate
!.pital. He has been named Maxi Mr..and Mrs.. Buddy Bradshawand floss flower, marigold, morning- Starke, Florida, Store

16th. This SALE will run for Nine [Andrew. son and 'Chris Bradshaw. glory, nasturtium,, rose-moss Attorney for Executor'Z
Mr. and Mrs. Earl '
. Days.Our Wilkinson... visited, in Orlando last Sunday ---
announce the arrival -of' sori -
a ; with Mr. and Mrs. ,Wendell -

BIG eight Page Circular shows over SIXTY SPECIAL Glenn Hospital Leslie on ,Saturday in"the Orange Feb. 11.Park, Dicson. '.*.. .

items, many. of these items Mr. and Raymond Kilgore has returned!
will Mrs. Edgar
you want. If Manning
have not you to duty with the Navy'at' Keesler STUMP'SDAYS
received one of the COLORFUL CIRCULARS announce the arrival of 'a son on Field in Biloxi Miss after a 'visit
pick one ,up at PRIEST'S store. Wednesday. Feb. 7, in the Gainesville here with his fe.mUy.-

In addition to the hospital. Mrs. Manning', Miss Eleanor Johnson spent'last
more than
SIXTY items the former Miss
ordered Kay Stricklandof
es weekend here
with Mrand Mrs.
pecially'for this ,
SALE we will have all Maxville.
Winter D
over < ss'R1gg1nothath! and family.
goods drastically reduced Mr. and Mrs. Jimeson
to close out. Roy are Miss>Matilda Higdon enjoyed a

Be the proud parents ,of a baby girl trip,to',the Tampa Fair last,week;
sure and attend this born Feb. 6 in the
LUCKY 7c SALE Naval Air,Station end:with' the 4-H'Clubs.

on Thursday, Friday or Saturday Hospital. 'Misses'Patsy Smith. Jewel: North
or one We are sorry to learn that Hans
Eugene Bell attended the
day the following week Carter is confined to the Bradford tournament in Hastings last week-

We County Hospital in a very end. Mr. and Mrs.] W. S. Brosky
are also '
cooperating with serious condition.
Merchants Asso and 'daughters enjoyed the tournament -
elation Olen Roberson, father of Bill
also. FRI. SAT. FEB. 17th & 18thStump's
Roberson, underwent
surgery on
DOLLAR Mrs. Belle Giddens of Eagle
DAYS his leg Monday in the Baptist
is visiting with her son-in- _.
< hospital Friends in of Jacksonville.Mrs. law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. has gone all-
J. C. Nolan will "
We D. B. Griffis and
Will Be daughter.

Looking For You be getting interested along to nicely learn after that surgeryin she is Lawtey Mr. and visited Mrs.Sunday Owen Anders with Mr.of Dollar Worth a ,Dollar again in this A Double-Deal Dollar'

the W. T. Edwards Hospital I in and Mrs- D. J. Parrish and family. Greatest City-Wide Dollar
VAN H. PRIEST COMPANY Tallahassee last week. We hopethat Days. Day

come Mrs.home Nolan soon now.will be able I to Have you heard the record Just Look what your Dollar will Buy! '
our Maxville boys have recorded -
We are to
learn that
sorry Mrs.
? It is
I a very pretty record
and is on the juke boxes and

Register Fri. & Sat. for FREE Door Prize Ladiesor played quently.,over The the title radios Is "Miss quite Mary"free All S t

and "Little Girl". The music i is

Men's 17-JeweI clayed by Henry Wellhausen.: LADIES HATS lie''"' : ON OURFIFTIETH

Bulova Watch! Oven Knight Harvey McPherso, ,I'.,
of Maxville, and Tommy Altman AnniversaryDOLLAR
The words were sung by Owen
Knight [Bobby Lee]. We surelyare
proud of these boys. Sounds

l lQ lI like they are really going placesif S
they keep up.the good work.


Schedule for week: of Feb. 19} Values $AS to $3.95 Sizes 34 to 40Ladies '

At WILLIAMS JEWELRY "Where Yon *..Sunday m. Morning: Church Worship School.- 11-a.945;m. I I 2 PAIR

Snack for MYF 6 p. m Youth .
Find The Finest meetings 6:30: p. m. Youth Choir $

rehearsal: 7 p. m. Evening Wor:'
$3.95 Alligator; Lizzard and Snake ship. 7:30 p..n% A nursery is provided RAYON BRIEFS. 4 For FOR

SWEAT PROOF $7.95 VALUE day ,at, both services each Sun ,

Tuesday Business and program Sizes 5 to 10

STRETCH BANDS meeting WSCS 10 a. m.

WATCH BANDS Wednesday -, Prayer ,:Meetingand Six 9939c
Bible Study 7:30 p. m.
Thursday Prayer Group in $
Fellowship Hall 9:30: a.. m. $1

: H At The TabernacleAttendance ...

at the
special services

.i- j :' '",, )... */-' week was at one Park-of-the-Pahcs of the features bat en- '

.ii i I '. , AIF ., ,... '' Joyed by some members of theTabema'cle. $1 &

." ,group.speaker Dr.and CharlesSeidenspiner Homer_ PRINTS 3 Yds. For

Hammontree and Paul Beckwith, ,
.. '
musicians were a special treat.


Everything is .a Bargain 1 to9SGtiJ STUMP'S' DEPARTMENTSTORE ,

atw lllANlS S EWELRY

"Where. ,You Find' .. The. Finest" 666 I ,



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'''''f.'f''f''f''f'"Y"'YYY .' f.'f'Yy !!, "....yt"'. Barbara; ..MlCoU:1m.: 'GsretrdoTyzt: begmt. lt F&.=lit. WIt i: $upervlsccr 1'binjjad'Be 'Ch'i'vis'itfhV reistives of Mr. and Mrs, CK U Green.

1/11111/ ALVAREZ' STOREKoch's Bleda Clothing r' NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED" Collins,;-.Marion..Jenk1ns, )Uaxdne i Shell it the piano. -E. Thompkins, c o{'er-the 'weekend.'Mr. .." Mrs'Floyd Wiggins;'and .Mrs.

Eeta6lSshed 1894sre Odums, Shirley' Brown: Bettje-, chairmant: of the trustee board; : and Mrs; Carl Sievers and Rosa Pinholster were in Gainesville

1TIZEN5. OF BRADFORD COUNTY[ Crum, Glory Cummings, Sandra will-havechargfrof; .the'bus. 11:30 family of Jacksonville were week- on business last Monday.

.. :> Long. Margie Levason>-Mary" .SCcBridc a.' m. morning worship at Allen end guests of Air. and Mrs. Evan Mrs.: p' E. McCauley and Mr.

A-- By: Ozora Shell Kola Houston-. .Elaine Chapel; 6 p- m. evening 'worship;, Hodges. and ;Mrs.\ Bobby Brannen and

I. : 4 AA4AAAAAA 4AAAA.AAAAJUU L AAAAAAAAA4 Pinion. Barbara Stalls, Franklin Junior Church''meeting each"Mont Mr. >and Mrs: W. J3. :Uigham, daughter of Palatka visited Mr.
Richardson. Robert.C11rt.: ; Mac 5- p: m. Girl':Scout meeting each' Jr- and family and' William Har- and'biro. Roy Green Sunday.

: Unheard Of Values During Coronation Colorful Event I grade! student of RJE'and daughter Retha Wanton JJary Tyson Cin- Thurs: -'3 'p.1 nt, room 22, RJE-rE: real attended the Tampa Pair. inI'ampa. Rev.. and -Mrs. -Jattes '. Temple

Miss Mary Bell Tyson, llth of Elmer and Ozora Shell, will stance Williams Billie..BryarftrJ.'Cfivens: ; reporter. : Saturday:: visited.Mrs. Faye Hazen tn Lake

This Great CityWideLOOK I grade student, was crowned Miss attend the' Crispus Attacks .High Robert. Mack [Wader,.? ar y'.Perdue I. New: Ml. Pisrah'AME Church Little Debbie Sorrells ,6f' Jacksonville Butler last 'Sunday afternoon.
RJE by Willie Alfred ,
Kelly senr School in Dania.:; commencing this, Chester Cotes is- pending: AnnouncementsVan1
; Crum Houston Rev:4 H: !;. Grlminage- pastor; will : a few days
for and president of the Student I I week. Before leavingStarke she. Helen Franklin, Bett Heath have the gran* opening of the with- her grandparents, Mr. and Dukes of Lake Butler will

Council. Miss Tysqn was attired '1 I I was an honor student-- having I.: Margaret; Johnson, Ruth Anne Sunday School and church: with. Mrs. L. L. Dyal.- ,give 'a; lecture on '"Landscaping"

a j o lin evening a beautiful white lacy tulle II ,;,3.7 average at the end of the first Powell Frank Lang Jonnie Scott dedication services led by Rte; Mr. and Airs: M 0: Harrell.; Mr. at the Brooker Community Cen

gown and: marched in semester..This transfer was effected -' Gwendolyn Robinson >Sonia 'Williams Rev. Bishop S. L. Greene at 2:30 and Mrs. A. L. Gteeh: Mrs. 'Mat- ter. Friday;.Feb. 17r at 8 p m

I,[ wearing the traditional purple and J I due to, a social problem We: ,. Frank .wilkerson, Janet'' pi m. Sundae School has been tie Barry. Rev. and Mrs. James Everyone interested in this topicis

I gold "velvet cloak' inscribed "Miss hope Annette will be able to adjust 1 Louise McCollum :Willie, Ester changed:to open at 10 a. m- instead Temple and Mrs Fred McDavid invited.ta attend
attendants, Glory Edith in .her. new school situation. Davis,Pearlean Deans Linda Joyce I of. 9:30:; .a. m. so'.that all visiting attended the Billy Graham rally The Brooker'Baptist Girl's Aux

What Your BUCK Will l BUY |Cummings and Cotes Houston, I She will reside,with her aunt.. Mathis. Ray Edward Tyson< Cynthia groups will. have a chance to arrive in Gainesville Sunday afternoon: iliary'wliliiave a party and work
wore red and blue evening
( gowns 400 Social Club Y. Broxton Linda Ann Leg-1 jon time.. A special program J. E. Townsend spent the weekend session at the Community Center
The ceremonies for
Meetings are held each Monday 1 gette, Shirley Ann Pete, Jackuline has been planned by Mrs. Elnora : with relatives in. Pompano. Saturday night at 7 o'clock.
the queen and her attendants depicted night at .the Try Me Cafe ,on the! Moore Gail Parker Randolph; Cannon.'MrscAnnarChahdier' will Beach. R \Y, W. P11icL''li'oy; pastor of

500 NORWICH ASPIRINS $1.00 from African the progress of the Negro corner of Pine and Crosby Sts. Willie Bolster, Cynthia-Tyson,, be' general supt. assisted, by, all Miss Linda.. Green. and' Miss the Hampton Baptist Church, will

slavery to American The last meeting:was opened with' Anthony DeSue Ralph Byrd >Jr.; visiting atipt.Mary.Helen- White Linda Jolliff of Byhalia Ohio/stu- cond 1c1kenci revive! at theAd

TOWEL SGT------- Freedom and Stardom on Broad- devotion by Dea; J.. C.' CarlswelL Dottie Sue.Chandler',"ShirleyAnn, wilUJei.general.jsetfy.assisted' .by dents at Florida Southern .Collegein .Ii'Baptist'' Church March 3,

$1.00 way. Mrs.. S. D. Williams servedas With the president in charge the I Durham William W. Pierce mi visiting secretaries. A banner will Lakeland were wecke1 guests 4, and'5.'Services' will egln, each

general chairman of the obser- discussion was held on this subI Lillie Mae Powell, Annette. Bar?. be..given .to. the visiting Sunday night at 7:30. '
vance and program. E. Thompson .
ject: "Why Follow Jesus? John; bar Jo Arin Banks-Gloria reporting.the -
:Shell largest
School group : .... .
principal.: ..' !
$2.84 DRESSER LAMP - 1.00 BrotherhoodProgram:: 6:31.The i Hutchinson .CynthiaWllHams; .;:I ce, 'ttribution. .. ;.;Tha? .banner. wiltbe 3 .. of,.. ?..!. ....,.. ".....
discussion for this' week .k +
Deborah Ann Marshall:>M rYMn. to ..
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; ? IM ba'ch lOUr .c r .by. ,1/+ ... .-
The French class of RJE will ,, .
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was, "Why We Follow Jesus Bus,' Tonimie ..BennetV, Vivian I t -.:winnitigaYTQp. 1YhR,W j1-? }, ,,-- .
Pt. Beef Iron present a belated in the : ', : .. '. .. .
and Wine Tonic program
$1.00 discussions I \ .
These ,oPento the '
observance of are. Bunk; ..Legetthfdjiff c. in,* jHiien;! 1 I this i ib autiful'wnnerjfttP:services w., '.
Brotherhood week .
Feb. public as well a& members: Since Hall Edward'HankCTSonkehnegiTurner. :. tQ1o: ,tPsir tt c1iur J1' a?Ut a: odia t Thera's real,"magic" .s,. f
on Thursday 23. The
$1.49'Sef: of '3 Extension Cords $1.00 was postponed because program of- I we have been. >organized.' one of MarxvLeei: ; :Lane|'. BelindaDommbh -I Spec U-music: ,will be'retaleted. >by ,. .,.L" is: 'Gu1L'f. e'-.8 :;,..! ;'.. ..
church.Why : ,
our members joined the t .f .
the schedule ( : Rona4d-.Strahg,,; Lufiile.MitcheU 1-!ri.dersohJi.u or.-iQcb Chorus,1InI = .. Ada : .
heavy activity em- pt.A.Plan: '
bracing the coronation don't you come ,and get ;14 ;-:..ame S.:: Pricoa'lora.3dae. ; I der the:direcUon.of ,Mts;"iZ.! } ; ,, i 1t
ceremonies. '
,complete realizationthat "Re; Fraadet, tic.. ; t, e nn1nP.!'1'hiswUI.. a.t.day .J .It
; a gr "
Music for this program will ligion was not. designed to ,mske'one's CUUECH.,AV NEWS 4 .- 1..t :tI1e .historysofshurchess'.iin'Starke ?; : : ." .' 11( .... .!. ". .. .:0-',..-.."." .."..'I,
NEW 1 WEIGHT I CONTROL include special musical arrange- less.." Another } ... .+ ..
pleasure *
Ebenezer:Baptist.. Church.-Rev coin be'3 a .1 .- "
ments. The guest speaker will be club I so:! :out and ;part .. r + .'.
: : phase of the program' of this F.IX Robinson paktdr, will .hold-I a;'".What'sr, Happening'VIoi< >ralgiousjJmptdvemJentVfe' (= '. .w.
900' CALORIE Rte. Rev. Barry D. Van Deventer, is charity. We. recently,gave,a donation 'regular; 5oyices..bh' 1.sWid )".start .' : .Bradford .<# .... .* ..

pastor of First Presoyterian to Mrs. Murphy during,the:i'mgj.with! Sunday Y'-Schoolby.:visiliings1 .- Counly.--Slaft' reporter. i-V: *< .' : + t..

Church. He will be introduced by bereavement the family. She I : iNewMt1' Pfegah; X?MivfcChurchat10a : i: .;..r4 ,,: ..... .14.' :Y .'III,,,,:' t t

SOUPRCALonly $ Barbara of RJE.Stalls Mary, llth McBride grade student will attended the last. 'meeting and ; :. m., S pt..Bryant; I. rra.r_ .... ...... AD T.A.PLAN.. R ** Gulf Life *

thanked; the ,,group. ,heartily" for is.'askitig! as--' many,schol rs' and: : ," ,-jf.,-..a + ADAPT.A.
serve as mistress of ceremonies; and comfort diu. ., i": i-i'r. ?" + t ..
the contribution ,
MEALS IN ONE Elaine Pinion and Deloris Jenkins, hers:- ,pqssibte-:visit ;.tiie EROflER *' PLAN .. .
the loss of her daughter Alfa.Kitties. .
ing grand:Sunday 'School ew'MVPlsgah ; .f, f t
.. Fits
soloists supported by the entire this your
The other feature of, 'church: 'Morning1worstitp j : .l 's. J" i' i.. leave your '

Can of Cream of Vegetable French class under the directionof I club is saving. Your joining,fee, is I wilt-be; ;held.at.il. :. a. mAl ;mem; ., 1'1. Shirley Greet V' .... chan needs 4-
the O. R. Shell. The .
teacher. $2 which goes Into the: .saving bers.. are .sked'to;' .''meet*-at .' the :.&A A. A&A&A A AA:.&A 'fa1Y'Uy. .. ,,:
Can of Cream of Tomato general public is invited to attend fund that deposited in,the bank: churclx : that'we.miv '. J .
,.. this program on Thursday, Feb. by 'pj.m.so- ', 'Air: and, Mrs.....Guy .Pinholster '
50c ;
eacli week and. dues are just
leave for-St. Adgustine to-' sifting ASK ABOUT XT: TODAY
render pretty :
r Can of Cream of Chicken 23, at 2 m. sharp. The : Mrs..WileBaxter
p. to ,; and: .Gary .
: per week. It will be a good way service for Rev, G. G. .M:Attliur; ;; : ; l. '
10Ii planned for not more than 45 have a wonderful ,Christmas for Moderator- Pinholster--,of Jacksonville visited -: r F:,,
-3 plan
Can at p.'m.Wef
Ii of of
Cream -
Split Ieaft ; p
minutes. Eddie Thompkins, prin Sunday,
you and your loved ones.-.Jt, is the leave the: church not .1 later''thati Mrs..Rosa Pinholst' last J m
\ cipal. objective of this club tajinake; as ,J..Rev..'- nd. MrJames ;Temple Golf 'Life S : :
1:30 in. Greet
i p. Mrs --It's Negro History Observance :
Try I. Delicious! ;many people happy in;Starke as secretary of ;the' church,' .recentir .attended'; the i ,.CarmichaelMayswedding W-
During the week the observanceof possible during 19SU We i ,gO had a-'tonsilectomy"'at -tjip"Bradford in'.Gainesville !last Sat; Founded,1911 H. mt Office,JaekwnviHe, FloridaTruth

Negro life and history was ing. in orbit and laW1C all'''' our County Hospital. : 1fday'! : gbt. ",.* 'f ,;*, ; :,:'

sparked. by the pagentry duringthe efforts for the moon: Operation band Her.lhuj-. e6Othat I t Miss- Carolyn. ; .McDayid was ..in ,
ceremonies for "Miss RJE." requestedemergency' .lea ,I' ..
Significant accomplishments were Happiness Mrs. ;Aldonia Posy. ," hemight:be-by. her bed CARD RACKED bulletin boards reporter ;v side: He will report to --California I .t,. .; ..'-rr". I "" ..... 6o -. ,. .. .
highlighted on .
school of the Carnation Club this;weEk, where toe. expects; toi;; "e ". ': .: !.
3 in all the '
displayed :
1 .
Hazel t bishop Regular meetings are hedeveryfirst a$signed''to- overseas' duty "I'lns. : : : \ .
Cosmetics county. On Tuesday, Feb. 22, the at. ; : / .. .-
and thirnbLOnday.tughts- ;: : : ..
t Reevesmother of.Marvene; ': : r : .. ;-f t : ,
first grade class taught by Mrs.B. the Reno Theatre'unless: other:. Reaves, employee of Bradford .... .. '.. ..:::.....0.:0.: .: ,,; J. ., t .r! .' :
J. Lennon will present Prof.A. wise announced by the president, ,.- > .. ;;' '_. : ..' ;. = 1.1 K,, : {
"is to :
This Sale retired principalof County Hospital tlte< tttnpitair : ,. .. : ; J
O. .
Only Jenkins ,
.. R. Jet ins, : 1."O .
OFF Mrs. W .Brooks -AM. She 'lives In;Lake '1JuU r:+-i : .. .
in observance '
RJE, as of guest the birthday speaker of our I reporter.' ?, Ranell ''English; 'reporter.Jfew 1.- ,: : :.... ...:':.,.P.. : : : ; '>._ ,
I Fiesta Social Club :; .
''/ ,'Hop#BipiistCfctirch: Iter.L .
first president, George Washington. heldon .' .
will be ;
FREE DELIVERY SERVICE Prof. Jenkins represents, The the regular.fourth meeting Saturday at former ,,Vf: 'M ,sler piastorwUi, ,iiold Te .,.Xk'\... ". ,R i
in gular Sunday ai 10"'a. m. r 0'
Starke's greatest contribution School .
school"building. Presto .
PHONE WO 4-4401 contemporary Negro life and cul- Wateroak :with: Supt., :John'Dig; Jr./ .in ;'.i':..'. 4 1 "
asksatt "
dent Clarence DeSue ; .: ;. : I
Ii n aw ra ture. He has.served in .this, community members. to'"be present and'iiir: chai'ge. ",All.persons; are asked io. .....' .......jp.. ';. +\...," '' .t,. II''. ,
We have two of. educa- attend that' five amend and-near, ." 4
Reglstered in the interest : '
Pharmacists in : ,
: on duty order .
time. Hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene '
to serve you best. Bring tion since 1904 and in a sense he the church-Evelyn, S. Johnson, '.. ,..:.....,17'[. .
your prescription to us. Pay Blye, Members: and friends are .:
less and get the best. With could be called "The Faiker of John in secretary;; G. Solomon, reporterl_ '. ,: ..,; .
our large volume of pre- asked to visit Cummings -t" -.t ,
scription filling Negro Education in Bradford '- Hospital. He ,Church, of Gad 'In'' Christ, Elder ..'' .: we buy direct from factory. Thus the- Bradford County. .. I : ', '
you County," Just as we call George to be- released from D, R.. Williams pastor" Services ..' .' ?.fi. '
are assured of new, fresh drugs, for less [is expected I + .' '. .
money.Phone of Our .
Washington "fheFather' I. the hospital soon'..-P. Cummings, 'allfday Sunday,'starting with Sunday !\. ..\''i.; r, :

Country. An interesting program reporter. > -School at 10 ,a. .m. .Dea. :T. :..:. : 1 .
is being prepared by the teacher Hall, Supt. 11. m.' morning .;. ,". .. :Y ;;, .: '
N. BL A. Fair Trip ; a .
and pupils of first grade for this i worship ,, "T'. x, 4.. ... a t '.
f KOCH. The New Homemakers of A- ; .6 p. m YPWW, Sit : \ '' ;" ,> '
nRUG S STORE observance!!. The program will begin I. merica sponsored: a trip to the Hamilton Pres. Tues aipi. m; Bi 1.'". ,..

at 9:30: a. m.; Wed., Feb. 22. fair in Tampa last' Friday. The ble1!Band Thurs. 8.-p. m> Miisionary --, "

The general public is invited, especially group was chaperoned by Mrs. ::fOr Band;'Fri.8 p. mi; prayer:,and I -i. '; .

" WO 4-4401 Starke, Fla parents of first grade I W. George teacher and,t sponsor Tarrying, meeting. The. pastor'I .. ,<,; :: .
students. of the club: A capacity bu& made from ,Graham will be- guest- onFriday : -. '. '. : t.:; Jto: ... t:' JI"
Transfers To South Florida : <
Annette Barbara Shell.- eighth I this educational tour and reported ?ni5ht.socome one ;Acorns' I : ...was t guiding beacon' InGcqfgeWashingtoji'; \ life ,. .
: risitors,Sunday 'ncludedDea. .
.. .... -. a delightful and interesting La3L;Our : "
-It''f :: iu' JYIr ; ...:: '
r experience. Principal Thampkins Carlswell and several persons I "-. on* facet 6f'r character, ''nCbre' that succeedIng

was the driver* of the school bus from Alachua. Thepublic. is welcome +.> ',, ',". geclbations of Americans will. ever feet emulate it

follow I and reported "operation tired"I at fall Unaest(,,to'allCervices.> .' 1 -. .. ,, ,, A
The t
Crowd V. "
to Bottom. Dollar For 1 Tae group,returned in tim to sit .*-C., B. Samuels, reporter, J : w
:; objtrvenca of bank
Washington's Birthdayour
: ; .
the boys upset BTW of Dunnellon ADen Cha *{h:R.'M: E.1 J CIiuMh: I'< .
J. { ::1 will'not'transact business on Wednesday, 'Feb. 22.; .
in a basketball.victory. The girls u, : .. :
Rev.i L-
,,r SAmpSon pastof; will"observe *
; rf R.IE lost 1 1 It. ,et i. **
: o cO by point. They expect regular pa9'al'services:
to get at the tournament -
revenge on SUnday: -coepf rating first
K in Belleview, Feb. 2425. with Mt. Pisgah Sunday School
Anderson Jn Hi students' wishing
at 10 a m. An
The main school beautification togo -are'asked.. to1 board the;
Ladies First project- the.. of .-
+ Quality making draper school bus,at Jenkins Er m nta'fiat,9':30'
ies for the cafetorium. The entire ,..,. -
: a. m. stops i ibe.made
faculty is taking a keen interest .
to pick up.passengers, satl
in this project led by Mrs.Donald' R: : ,
BRAS FOR if 'you plan?t("> gt& 'to Fthe graaid, w r
teacher of .third grade ; > ,, a .
opening get tile bUs at the cornstjof,1 1 -- "

1 and certified in; home economics! ;' Pine 'and Florida,,:9:30: ,' a?, m;
Principal Ahdersbn-Tjurchsused this : lint m I
.The* opening <- hour hii, ri n
material from Camp Blahding and ;
c 59c VALUE Colton changed- 10 a m .so that all; + r
is doin;'a'fine Job mteriorvcfe-; .
the'visitinff'scholats. supt&-(!c* ONE> OF 23 BANKS OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL/ GROUP MEMBER
corating by ,helping \\1th'-th' ladder ... FED BWStDEPOStt& UUUftANCC COM.
.,Ladies Odd & End fet uies. and members .will' arrh'eon .. ,
and hanging, tosay-pie least. !- I. "t""
I timei. The opening1' song. will ,
We regret the: 111pess ;and .hospitalization = .. : .:
5.i of Bobbie Bolton' and ,. _. L: : ._ .. .,... ,_. : J. :, 1 'I : ...
Blouses FO Queen E. Moore, :students: ,. and : .n 4 u' ...

.ia a hope they will be ableAt6xettirho : f.LAS1IUTt: ; 'I 1 11II 1,1 ,tllrr. rWW.

.. : school soon. The basketball : : ; .,n: m : ;# tt: tt I IFRq
'' ..>
teams recently won &: double .
leader from 'Newberry School On BAmDm P4JMOf EP .AY TOY WI'gIfEach

: will 'M.tD' 4' :: I
Thursday they l' 5.00 Purchase
Boy's Cotton Yulee for a-'game.* P 1", Feb.. ; 17 .' .. ; ,
: .
the teams :play High $pr :t. .r r
will '
S sHiRTs '. in Lawfey; Moa;, Fete.: 2o." ttp cPr t.OO" E Doublet :X Ffoor Cleaner 3.. ,cjns $1,00:
$ Ills.
Carver 'H. S. Junior team of -- REG., .$'3'9 -J.:? ..+ i. .' $1.0fl:

bell,wm play izr :iaaiajA Thkame ,... ... ? T1. (.. .Cabinet, Hinges 4 pr '$1:00: '
: IAnt. .
1i:: g: will be the treat of seeson =

2: faR o Flannel since .this i is; the litgh.alma .school' OLD HICKORY. .BUT I HR."KIIUI&r" HARRIS LIQUID ENAMEL
: -" -
'_-:. mater of Colch' D: M. fir. $1' .Qo : rr r. COMPLETECAirpdRiiiT PAINT fir. $* .
M t Spearmon. She will be peeking to ,e

Boy's Zipper Fly 'Western ,:' defeat the school" tha '"provided ; $rJf.- 1 i i l l U ..

; $ fOW1datio -for her ijasMetb&H.se> '%50- FT' ROLL PERFER }QioolseY & Sapofiff Flat

.fi compHshments:'They say,that.411is ..a 0 I i' SEMI-GLOSS
fair: in..lave-and.Wai't. come TAPE 'f'1' .00' !f 1.0
s J ,,,
out ;aiut.se.wha* happens: CJ } . ..1 '
-- km ---
_. c. -nctPrtnn,, prfnc pal-' .TX B- CELL, Rtg$1.29LLMETALSTieK SB : 00 OUTDOOR CHARCOAL

REGUI A $lG' 1 _. Richardson reporter :.,_ '
Basketball HifhlightsKW: :-' V-i fLiSlfl.tlE 1 'I 10 :,za A: .. : 'CooKERS $| 'OQ

Coaches Harvey and: Shell announce .
We A' fl t .
*I rj'i' Refud and .
J.: ,. -\..';" !f"!' N Satisfy, '- ,_.th&-' Tidal gams'<..oti4fefrseasca .. :,; 1 J'J--l': ,-- See Blodel. Unit- In Our Store 3" & 4" WLL' 3 FOR
i l"i, : : Feb. 3.,Hastogs.then! .i. 4 V '-
? '
;; 1 A : 03*doz.ar0.
.. I
: << e Feb. 22,. m J\rrat1-dfr ; SCRAPERS $1.00J

O..T' .T' there; Feb' U2S," IgrodpTonmament r'$1'Several ; \096' .. -. .

; .OM" -"W1... .CaJL 'Be.ihy 1 '&ntk- l ..'f1, ''1 -, !, 1 ,"f ;.; Bra f t In

officials have been elected SuppJy Ii, PAINT

; t .. .- ; < > .", to serfs-from this; ? county, ill; :, S I ,
.r. -. eluding Juliu j I Hoot 1 : Chandl... S' :
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"t- "- r... ., :!'! _a sEl4l P'E81 ROLL li t -. .lJpl'IE WO 4-529,1 .
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f;TYyyyyyyyVyyVyyyywVVVYV Elgin Land has been on the sick last Sunday-just 41 present, Including Robins, Ga. Mrs. John. J ':
Langston and baby all of 'f
I ? r tended to the
Jacksonville. bereaved
: \ list and has been going to Jacksonville visitors, in Sunday School. House guests of Mr. and Mrs.D. of Jacksonville. I family of J : ,- .
Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Raiford
: Reddish who passed I I
:?ClAY HILL for chiropractic treat- The Intermediate boys seem to ,be L. Kite' is Mr. _Kite's sister, 1
Weekend R. L. Morgan and .
guest of,"Mrs. Lois Cox family was Mr. away Sunday morning.IT
I ments. She has been teaching the only ones who ''have energy j Mrs. Ellen Kite of Daytona Beach. and family was Miss Margaret( Morgan's sister Mrs. Minnie i jI I I Radio-TV RepairNEEL

I, By Mrs. J. L. Strickland Jimmie Higdon all of the troubleof enough to keep the banner. ,Let'stry Mr. and'Mrs..Harold'I( .orman. Kienzle of, Miami, ,now studying I Thomas of Jacksonville. '1
this grocery store work. He in some"'of the other classes! !land Vickie, Lynn returned Monday II TO
at the Mrs. Lois Cox
University of Florida in ) left Werinesday
t+LU. '
AA.' seems rather interested at present, The Trade with
Associational Clinic of
evening after spending two Gainesville.Mr.; for a week's visit with friends in i SLADE I
Glad to note that Errtle Padgett but when he learns all the headaches Black Creek, New River, and St. 'I weeks in. 'Miami 'with Mr. Norman's Miami >
involved he might just Johns : and Mrs. L. C. Sapp and MOBILE RADIO
la some better than he way at our Clinics will meet at Hickory parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Mrs. Cornelious Moore and
f sons visited in Douglas,
change his mind and decide hdoesn't e Grove Church in Ga. Sun-
last Pad Green Cove Norman.- i
writing. His wife Irene
day with Mrs. daughter Mrs. Gene Norman Bottled GasIn 234 N. TEMPLE AVE.
Sapp's fatner. A.
like the groceries on theshelf Springs this Friday at 7:15 ''m.j| Mrs. '
gett Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, andIii p. LoW.Cox'.and sister. Miss visited recently with Mrs. Moore's
Mrs. -but on the table. All church officers, Sunday Schoolteachers Edith Moore. visited in G. Gordon. -and her' sisters and ( City).
Ellen Wilkinson visited him Friday ;
families, Mr. and Sirs. Duck nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. I (located in North Florida
:Friday afternoon. The Cotties have been on an ex- and other officers are T I Jacksonville, With their aunt, Mrs.
Grantham and Mr.. and Mrs. Jeff Leonard Sapp and baby daughterof Supply Co, store)
tended visit to relatives in differ- $6.50
Iii Mr. and Mrs. Vernon GrUf'and urged to be present. This Is in Laura Rauferson.Sunday Jacksonville. ,
children of Jacksonville visited ent parts. We will have a more preparation for the evangelistic I Fountain. I II I
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. R. L. Morgan and Mrs. Phone WO 45521If
complete report later. Overnight Saturday guests of
the campaign to start before 'ong. I
p E Mrs. Griffis' parents Albert E. C. Johns and family were their Erma Pollard attended the beauty
Normans, SundaY'' at Highland Rev. George Chism informs us The revival at Highland Church children Mr. and :Mrs. Clifford Mr. and Mrs. Cornelious Moore show held in Jacksonville Monday I''' No Gas Cost Less :no answer call

; We suppose they wanted to that he has been elected Justiceof will start Easter Sunday evening.HEILBRONN .I Johns and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.I and family were Mrs. Moore's nePhews of this week. I WO 4.2113
the Peace In St. George, Ga. t Than "Slade Gas" I
i see the niece, also, the ,
new new i Morris Johns and family, Mr. and [ Sammy and Bill Mitchell Our deepest sympathy is ex-' .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Says that any .of you folks who 1111v.TTITTTITTTyRTT ,, I
Starling, who was born last I want to "run over the line to
Thursday.Mrs. Georgia" to get married, he is well
Earl Cook of Hugh has returned I qualified take care of you [IJ
i i P. and preacher combined.] With Every Money-Saving Purchase
: home from Riverside Hos- 67 HH. Harvey licCarthyIAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I RIBBONDEEP
pital in Jacksonville. I Understand that little Debby For Over 1.009 Free

Betty and John Brumbelow : Sue Phillips was sick last Sunday,i iI I A 1ti ff + t cm'.

visited Mom and Dad Strickland therefore "Miss Debby" was absent -: Howdy, Neighbors. Congratulations f
Thursday of last week. While here from Sunday School and we and best wishes are extended QtUHTITYKGHTS Curs From Blue Ribbon Heavy Western Mature Covt.
had some double work to do a-
they took Lois England to the
Miss Eevelynia! Sweat, daughter Graded Beef To Bring You the Ultimate In Taste
gain. Hope the children enjoyed Very
doctor at Green Cove Springs and of Mrs. Irma Knight of the G M ERC HA
found out that she had a bad it as much as we did. I I community, and Ray Brown, son i6 YED and Tenderness. X* s> LIMIT 1 NfiS GREE NOR '
Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Mosley of
liver infection.Our
MXand Mrs. Ray Brown of
pastor, Rev. George cnism, I Highland visited the Stricklands Macclenny, Who were united in / fV bER zlu
was so hoarse and had such a severe -: a while Sunday afternoon and marriage in a beautiful candle l AD L
I went to visit Donnie's father IBBON t .
cold Sunday it was hard fo rBrooksie I light ceremony Saturday eveningat
him to talk,but he preached for Mosley. Heilbronn Baptist Church by CEDE .1961

anyway. His sister and family, Mr. !' We were supposed to have Rev. pastor, Rev. Luther .A. McGee. CUU"a sr
and Mrs. Ernest Richardson and Pringle preach for us at High- Rev. Rex Brookins newly licensed -

sons of Jacksonville attended I land-perhaps next Sunday. No minister, delivered the morning 1 s a 1I Py; SEiIS .
church with us. Also among the ,definite announcement, so come message at Heilbronn Church Di ictae L L w siQif
visitors were MrS. Tully Norman I out and see. The epidemic of Sunday with Rev. Patterson of Food Fair aaslaerpl> ,, AS I ) #

and her mother from Starke.. mumps made our attendance short Jacksonville bringing the, evening pO BLUE RIBBON LEAN TASTY

i I message. Both sermons were .an 4Ni *
inspiration to all We wish to \ GROUND CHUCK SQf

thank, our.vJsltors .for their attendance .: ME [)eIiciooS Tend er t ) OR CHUCK CUBES [B O7C

NOTICE NOTICE NOTICEThe Sunday and hope you =. ,
will return often'.to. worship' with : Pu, :UC6C LI BLUE RIBBON I TENDER, JUICY I

us. Don't forget to hear our pastor PLATE
R. v. Luther A. McGee, _each n Q ,

Starke Telephone Company is continuing Sunday afternoon from 5:45: till .E. ,D, :_ '' 69' BLUE RIBBON BONELESS .' .
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tion.Very :
service available. In connection with expanding glad to report that Charlie --_. :$ f1'
Burnett of the State Farm came BLUE RIBBON TASTY
and improving telephone service in the I home from the Bradford County
Hospital last week. fMMERGRAYa'AlLMEATttSK'NWS'39., (SOLD rN 2 IB UNITS ONLY)
Starke, Kingsley Lake, and Lawtey area However, there are still ones of R I B
NEW TELEPHONE NUMBERS will be our community in hospitals. They VEAL or (PORK STEAKS LB 69c _. C
Charlie LB
are Gaskins in the Walk- Lake Erie FARMER GRAY PLUMP, T
in service at 12:00 P.M.larch! 31 er's Memorial Hospital of Avon .
placed : ">. DUCKLINGS
Park; Mrs. Mirtie Hilliard In the CROAKER .19c YOUNG 39c ROAST

1961. hospital in Plant City ard Jim
Corbett in the veterans hospitalin

The reason for the number change is to Lake City. [[5TOCKuP DURING .
Also Mrs. Floyd Cowart
reports iIG ;
meet dialing requirements for All-Number that her mother, Mrs. N. A. Nix -- "BEST Bit, -DA,
,of Houston, Texas is ill. MLfIX 'EJ.f S--SA
t. Direct Distance Dialing. Rev. Otis T. Jones of Jacksonville _
former pastor of Heilbronn j SPAC.'and '
1 kIf'( T BALLS 24 OZ ANY
: These numbers will not be In use until 12:00 Church visited with several:members CAN -
I and their families Sunday .$ 00; ,
P.M., March 31, 1961, but we wanted to no- afternoon. He also advised that 6 CORNED BEEF HASH lSn OZ .j ;
Mrs. Jones was sick. ;
tify you this scon to keep you from .advertising We wish each of our sick a fOR 1 N FOR .

t t. numbers on stationery, letterheads, speedy.. recovery. I 'ea oz L..j 1 HiLLSDALE SLICED .
I Glen Sapp, son of Mr. and Mrs. cA+rs PINEAPPLE "

etc. 1+ : *fc I L. C. Sapp, attended the State I $ ;
Fair in Tampa Saturday with the I ? BARTlETT 00. ,
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THANK YOU, '? FFA boys. A wonderful time was i PEARS X303CI :
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CO. Holbrook and Mr. and Mrs. Robert '
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The meeting will start at 8 o'- ...n.nvn..n..vw.n ... ,
: KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS" clock. Any Eastern Star memberis 1! Buddy Lee, and Robert McGuire. I; which ,was, doneby, the Booster

I. invited to join. Estrillita is the Seventh Grade- Hilda Wise I Club. -

By HaryK. Schaeffe working force of the Fraternal COME TO I! MELROSEBy I linson.Sara Baldwin: and Kenneth! Tom- ,Melrose monthly PTA.MeetingThe PTA meeting was

Order of Eastern Star. Interested
t members of the OES may contact Starke Merchants'Friday :Mrs. Alice Rothhammer Eighth Grade Cathy Web- held in the high school auditorium -

ster, Carson JOhntry Joann Eich- ,with Mrs. Scully president
'IWIIAT1.'t 'VE'DO house. Mrs. Elizabeth Nimble; president; 1AAAAA ..
oa a ,ar..w AAhAAUAi11A AA& elsderf, Valerie Olson presiding. Rev. James R. Neale
o and Martha -
:279 Masonic HaD 8 Mrs.: Bea Schroeder, treasurer; .
THIS WEEK I Chapter -I I Scott.
of the Presbyt.erianChurch
Mrs. Bea Young, secretary or any '4 i :..b.adyi Mr. and Mrs. Jerome P.ayburnare Jr.. pastor
J We have had some favorable p. I Ninth Grade devotional. No-
George ,
the gave
m.Meeting. member. Eligibility is open' to any proud parents of a son
;comments our Calendar: ; which' at Woman's Club for .d Wade Matchett, Barbara tice given of the new stage
and all Eastern Star Members regardless .jx born Feb. 8 in Alachua General II White- was
;makes us- feel that perhaps it is all persons interested in Library, of previous residence. ../.1 Hospital. The Rayburns have an- ,head, and Ellen Scott. I I curtain which,the Club purchased.

worth the trouble. Here's our efforts SP.m. OES Installation other son, Tommy 4 years old.: I Tenth Grade -Carol Room count was, taken and the
: for this week: Wednesday, Feb. 22: and Feb. I mer. Rothham-I winners Mrs. Smith, 6th
Open ,To Public Saturday 17 18 Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Conan of I were
Den 2 Anne'sParish :
Cub Scouts, St.
Feb. 16
*Thursday, : I Keystone Heights Chapter 279, ,; Oakridge, Tenn. visited their,;: Eleventh Grade-Larry Strawn. I, grade for the elementary; and

PTA this 'evenin* *". at school 8 I II House, after school.Practice Order of Eastern Star will hold f daughter and:! son-in-law Mr. and .i Twelfth Grade-Carol Hansen i Mr. Renfro, llth, grade, for the
o'clock. Episcopal Junior-Choir! night 'hi the Masonic Hall. un- sion which held' all Mrs. Sandra high school. This being Founder's
public installation of officers on was over the Claude Eaves and family for Ridausht, and Maida !
I, McKay's Women's',BO\ders"Pa-< :St. p William's: m. Choir Practice Tuesday evening, Feb. 21./There official prize winner was Herbie ,northern part of the state and three days before going to Tucson, Griffin. (Continued ,on. next page)

ilatka. .viU be a short business meetingfor Nelsorl;?.Jr., who was said to have parts of Georgia, and Alabama 1 Ariz. The Basketball Teams I
7:30: lost an-
Community Church 7:30p: : m. : p.' m.Episcopal
Senior Choir Practice, members only at 8 o'clock followed consumed 14 pancakes! just the day before. ,I Mrs. George Stone is in the other game last weekend when the INSUR'ANCEAutoFireCasualty
Practice I ]
EYC Youth RallyIs Chaplain C. L. phipps gave an nursing home in Starke.
17 7:30: p, m.Baptist. by installation services' at ( boys and: girls both bowed to
Friday Feb. : Attended
J:30: to which the public is in- Well inspiring devotional, after which \ Harriet Williams and Mrs. Effie Cedar Key Friday
: night. The boys tines
12:15 Noon. Adult Choir and Allied
Rotary :
Sunday evening Feb. 12, 243 i
vited.::! Major Christoffers introduced one' Mae Barnett visited her iecently. lost 8447.
Larry Brown
was high
Baptist Carol and Cherub Practice 8:15 Feb.: p.23 m. ; Elected officers for 1961 to be teen agers gathered at St. Anne's of his Lieutenants John Hammond Mrs. W. A., Singleton is in scorer with 24 points. The girls Reynolds Insurance.'
,Choirs Practice 3:45: p. m : Episcopal Church to attend a of'' the :
who told exacting Bradford
'installed County Hospital. team
Matron lost
are: Worthy with
19after/ Garden Club of the Lakes Meet- a very close 56-49. Agency
Girl Scout Troop !Mrs. Beatrice Schroeder; Worthy Youth Rally conducted by Rev. course of study required for the ) Mis. Florence Jackson is home Virginia Ford
school St. Anne's-Parish House. ing, 2 p. m. was outstanding W. L. Reynolds'Ph. '
Harold Frankham Rector of
cadets. Major Christoffers then !after
I Patron, Ralph Crawford; Associate spending several weeks visit- corer with 30 points. This !
DuPont Men's Bowling Teant, Community 7:30 Church Choii Practice Matron Mrs: ,Ernistine Elsen- Middleton, England, who is in showed. a film to illustrate the !|I ing friends and relatives in Geor- I the first game played on the newly was- 2142 2701.
'Gainesville 7,::30 p. m. : p. m. this with the I Keystone Heights Fla.
acker; Associate Patron, J. A. Wil- country Bryan worthwhile work done by both thj ;I painted ,
Junior gia.C. gymnasium floor
Anne'sChurch Woman's Club Board '
World1 Day of Prayer St. liams; Conductress, Mrs. Phyllis Green' Mission. cadets and the seniors. Four of i i A. Home of Miami visited I I I .

; 7:30: p. m. Meeting. ,Hussey; Associate Conductress 'There was a question' and ,an- the cadets were .given awards for Mr. and Mrs. Grant Rothhammer .

Duplicate Bridge Club, Woman's McKay's Women's Bowling I Mrs. Beatrice Young; Treasurer, swer period,, singing, and a talk good work-the, CAP Ce/tificate of | recently. AMBULANCE\
Club 8 p. m. team in Palatka 9 p. m. Mrs. Thelma Bunce; Secretary geared to the viewpoint of" young Proficiency-the highest CAP a-j i Charles Perry is recovering SERVICEPHONE
State Librarian
Saturday) Feb. 18:' Mr$. Elizabeth Himble; Sentinel.H. peopl Harvey Herring was the ward. The cadets: were Second Lt, | from a recent.lllness which kept WO 4-2600
To Here
Feb.28 '
Boys' Bowling 'team, Palatka Edward Hussej: ; Warden.Mrs. organist for the musical'portion Dan Dodd, Second Lt. Mike Foster -r him home from' school for several

10 a. m.Girls'. Miss Verna Nistendirk, Directorof Edith Nickleson. Appointed -officers of the .program. M-Sgt. Joe Mann, and M-Sgt.| DeWitt C. Jones-Funeral Home
Bowling Team,. Palatka, Library Extension WorK at the of both Melrose :days.Winners ,
yourigpeople After closing
to be installed Marshall Fred Haynes. a ; of the Duplicate ,
are: DeWitt
C. Jones
Registered Funeral Director
1 m.. State Library in Tallahassee, will
p. Mrs. Vesta Aiken; Chaplain M 's. and Keystone Heights Epis- prayer by Chaplain Phipps the Bridge Club were: First place,
Girl Scout Rally Day, Palatka be in Keystone Heights Tuesday Sara McDonald; Organist Mrs, copal Churches were hosts for the Cadets served Cokes and cookiesto I Mrs. Alice''' Ketchum' and Mrs. Starke, Fla.
Ravine Gardens 10:00: a. m. evening, Feb. 28, at the Woman's I rally*. Visitors from St. .. ,
came. the assembly. George Phelps; second place, Mrs.
Irene Dawson; Ada Mrs. Georgia Rental
Catechism, Grades 1-6, St. Wil Club to talk to interested personsof Murrhee; Ruth, Mrs. Bertha Augustine Interlachen' BimnelljFederal ;First Aid Class< "| Mary'Cook and Miss Sally Mans- Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches ..

liam's, 10-11 a. m. the possibility of getting and Ward; Esther, Mrs. Gloria Mur Point Starke]; and a' c 'n.. I, The First Aid Class. did not field; third .place Miss Gladys -
Sunday, Feb. 19: ,maintaining a Library in Key- of Palatka1. .
70 from
rhee; Martha Miss Maxine Jones; tigent meet this week, due to other plans McGill and. Mrs. Richard Vogh; -
Atterld your church: See notices stone Heights to meet the cultural and Electa, M 'S.-Irene Williams. Refreshments were served, following of Trooper Jansen, However and' tied for fourth place, Mrs.

elsewhere in this column. I needs of this community.? Everyone Card Party Report the service in the Parish everyone in the class is*advised to Gilbert Allen and Mrs. Ray Becker ME DECORATING SHOP

Baptist Concord Choir Practice,]{, is invited. Officers and1 Members of Keystone hall. Mrs. Charles Tolford, Mrs. review the first six chapters of ; Mrs Bee Cooper and Mrs. Al-

6p.m. I Duplicate Results: 1 Heights Chapter 279, OES Gay Livingston Mrs. Watson their text books, and to practice len Graham. .
E. Y. C. 6:30: m. Mrs. Emery Cooper aria Miss Mrs Lawrence In Wiggins Building Keystone
wish to express their appreciationf Hardenb;rgh and : bandaging. The regular class will The regular monthly meeting of HeightsFipuiPkINTS.

MonJay. I Sally Mansfield were high scorers the fine patronage at a recent LaMee assisted in serving. resume Tuesday,evening, Feb. 21, jat7:30 j the Athletic Booster Club was I

Community Church Women's Friday Feb. 10, at the regular :bard party, and to follow throughn The men' of St. Anne's, and of : in the firehouse. : held: Thursday, Feb. 9, at 8 p. m. )
Circles meet afternoon and even- weekly meeting of the Duplicate Church in Melrose held a I ANDPAINTING
Trinity |
: the matter of the many re- CHURCH N WS. I in the school lunch room. Coffeewas i @
ing.Cub Bridge Club. Second high were luests for monthly plays. Due to j joint luncheon tohonor Mr. First Baptist Church served. Ulf

Scouts Den 1 meets at St. .I Mrs. Ann Bissell and Mrs. Bess :he heavy schedule of the various Frankham, at 1 p. m. Sunday, in' On Sunday afternoon, Feb. 12,1' School News I ISTAlUSliCD..... .IICI..' AIDS

Anne's Parrish House after school.St. Burns of Starke. Albert Bach- :hunches civic, and other organizations St. Anne's'Parish Hall. the Adult Choir of the First Bap- The FHA and FFA Clubs went
William's Altar Society mann and Louis Kyle, who were That Creative Urge! ,.
Satisfy invited to
as well as the availabilityf tist Church was join to the Tampa Fair this weekend
Meeting. 7 'p. m high scorers the previous week. the Masonic Hall, a suitable People who like to dd creative with the Billy Graham Choir in with their advisors, Mrs. Frances Wall ,Paper Samples

Lenten Services, St. William's were in third; place. night for most people has become things and improve their horns the U. of F! Stadium for a session |i Stephenson and Oscar Baldwin.A .

Catholic Church 8 p. m. I The Duplicate Bridge Club .a problem. So, the committee is decor.-and who doesn't? will1 be of good rousing singing. It was a : Pep Rally, led::! by the cheer-
Girl Scout Troop 147, Melrose meets every Friday evening at 8 We Do Papering and PaintingFREE
to know that Tuesday.
announcing will in advance: the glad on very impressive service with hundreds leaders, was. held Friday morning
Parish House, after schooL p: m. in the Woman's CluU Building gate of the next card party Sat- Feb. 21, Keystone Ceramics will of voices ,singing. j i in'the auditorium. It was'preceded

Teen-age Instructions, St. Wil- All interested persons are in- '.irday March 4, at 8 o'clock. It is i hold its formal opening. 'We understand
liam's 7 p. m. vited. loped that everyone will take noteof I that the term "Cer- Tuesday afternoon, Fpb. 7, at the|' Freeman Brothers Circus. i , .

CAP Cadets...7:30:: p. m. Girl Scout Rally Day this date and reserve that amics" isn't limited to vases and ,. home of Mrs. Leamon Ward on ', The Honor ,Roll for Uv- third '
Tuesday Feb. 21: All of the Gill Scouts of District jvening for a genuine good time ash-trays According to Mrs.: Lake Geneva at 2 o'clock.' Circle ,I} six weeks period is as follows: :' --;: .. <.. ..- ,-' :: '!i .:, r-' -' :.1: -, ._
Keystone Ceramics Grand Open- 6; and their leaders will have a with the fine folks of this com- Ward' Bessette, you can make Chairman Cora Marshburn pre- First Grade-Jeff Miller, Richard I
ing today. Rte. 21, Jax. Highway,. Rally Day on Saturday. Feb. 18 room dividers, lamps, coffee devo-
:munity. sided at the meeting Carlton, Paul Morris, Brent Bald>
1-2 mi. out.Morning at the Ravine Gardens in Palatka:; There will be progressive play tables, etc.-if you know how, and: tional was given by Mrs. C. M. ',, win, Ellen Bryan, Melissa Gano, 1 [ DRIYE.JN'IHEATRE I

Mass, St. William's starting at 10 a. m., and continu- jf bridge, canasta, and pinochler I she is there to teach you. And Moody. Mrs. M; fir Beasley opened Bryan Stanley Jenese Butts
7:45: a. m. ing until 2 p. m. the nice is, the lessons are I
part with
any other family game you the business meeting prayer.A Catherine Price, Ava Griffin, Patti -
oi Keystone Heights
Cub Scouts, Den 3, St. Anne's The program will consist wish to enjoy. You may come a- free! You need only buy your quilt top made by circle members I' Teske and Tresha Turned. ,

Parish House, after school. games, square dancing, and a tour one, make up your own table or supplies. Classes will be made up was on display; and it will be.1 Second Grade -Clifford Yar-
the Ravine Gardens.
Brownie Troop 229, after school through Estrillita Club News :ome by twos and threes, and the of adults and teen-agers; no chil- sent to a foreign mL sior. Mrs. brough, Becky Carnes, Judy Me- Fri., Sat.-Only-Feb. 17, 18

St. William's lIaD.Woman's The Estrillita Club of KeystOnf Committee will be on hand to I dren, please. Mr. and Mrs. Bes. Frtd Ellis closed the meeting with I: Grath, Linda Perry, Teena Roth-

Club Garden Division Heights meets regularly on the lace everyone so that he will sette the proprietors, will have a prayer. Program Chairman, Mrs. hammer, Beverly Strickland. Lynn All Shows Start At 7:00 P. M.
ave complete assortment of tools, sup- Leamon Ward, presented the program -
nice time.
really '
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2 p. In. at club house. second Wednesday of the monthOn Sturdivant, and Madalyn Weghorst -
Refreshments and prizes will be plies, and a large selection of "Retreat or Responsibility.) '! I .
Pattern Contest showing 3 p. m. March 8, Mrs. Arthur Lock- located I
The shop is on
part of the fun. Further notices greenware. She was assisted-by. Mrs. James
at Woman's Club. wood will be the hostess, with the Jacksonville Highway, next to Puckettr Mrs: Jit: L.. Beasley, and Third Grade Woody Bryan !I
Jill follow, and will be reminded -
you 260td
First Aid, 7:30: p. m., at Fire-: Mrs. Arthur Mannering assisting from week to week the Fire Tower. Come on out! Mrs. J. R. Smith. The hostess sera Christine Brantley, Christine Ga- !' .Everf place m go you'll be e2t1KJ(
board, Betsy Hugg Martha Ma w
-- I Two Hostesses EntertainMrs. Brownie Troop 229 ved refreshments to nine mem x
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i thews, Connie Morris, Lonnetts
Julius Hanson and Mrs.I Bunny Bunce ani: Gail Hlckman bers and five visitors. :
McKay At Keystone J"rancis P. Egan were co-hostesses I were' invested into'Troop 229' two Fay Taylor Circle met Tuesday Selph and Gerry Teske.

recently at a three-table bridge I weeks ago at the regular meeting. morning, Feb. 7, at the home of Fourth Grade Diane Addison I

ancheon at the home of Mrs. This brings the total troop mem- "MrsTed: Oglesby, on Brooklyn Barbara Breyfogle, Pat Harris,: sum gj ** f* 4&ti&&&* (
DIANAH SHORER-1400 feet of lake front on a lake gan. The following week the two bership to 25. Lake. Program Chairman, Mrs. R. I Scooter Hulen, Sharon Nobles, THE bn...THE GUESIS..TUE SEXSUKIRS of THE etu sma:

where beach varies little. 20 desirable i Feb. 7, the Brownies Phyllis Odom, Brenda Simmons, .
acres high, dry, Valen- On Tuesday, L. Ennis the taken n -
adies entertained with a gave program I Dale :--c; ::' ,:'=: i::: ::::1.t:.,',;;:''':,::.:::. :i.-: _, : __ ::::, ..=_" ,., .
the enjoyed a tour of the Keystone from the Royal Servic Mrs. William Weghorst, and Mal a Yar-
land. Excellent for development. $10,000, suitable terms. ine dessert canasta party at
i 'dome of Mrs. Hanson. The Valen- State Bank,cnLucted' by N. W. Waite.presided over the business !- i I jrough. I F.R"OM': WARNER.. BROS..TG>miCOLORlSUK 1

ine motif was carried out with Harden:,rgh. the bank'.;; vice meeting. The group made Fifth Grade-Bill Angle, Char- ** '****' $A H < 10&pl
I DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY adjacent to Keystone i miniature old-fashioned nosegays president. plans for foreign mission work. les Arwood Lloyd Baldwin David \

_ Heights. City water available. Good high land, well nade of tiny gum-drops, organdy, At: the'-'meeting on Feb. 14 the At the close of the business, refreshments Gaboardi Marlene Oiom: Judy ECANlvIcGUlREDEEKENNEOYDONAHKE

shaded. Private Like access. ibbons. etc., to which was attached .. giiis)1 madei final plans for their were served by the Sapp and Janis Wodey. .,

the Valentine tally The.dessertras trip to Palatka on Saturday, Feb. hostess. Mrs. J. R. Smith was a Sixth Grade- David ,Brantley. I .

_ strawberry ice-cream pie; IK:: The Brownies will Day attend Rally! the ut (Continued on Next Page) John Breyfogle, William '

S. E. McKAY. REALTORAssociates parrying scheme. out the Valentine color Girl Ravine Scout Gardens Thinking Palatka., on -

that date. They are reminded'to"be
Dr. Hook To Speak;
ready to leave at 9 a. m.. on
: Mrs. M.\ Ilgen & Irene Brault Seamstresses To Parade Saturday and to bring their
The Woman's Club Garden Division -
Phones: 3071 2051 2391 4151Ke'stone will meet Tuesday Feb. 21, "nise-bag" lunches. '

their regular time', and: the speaker Keystone Basketeers Organized -February 21st
Heights, Fla. will be Dr. Cecil R. Hook of Some of the male contigent of

... Melrose who will talk on pruning Keystone Heights have got together -.
basketball team, and: are pre-
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The meetingis
:and transplanting. T
.- open to everyone and this sently playing in the City. Leaguein .' /f You Enjoy Being Creative,

or, should be interesting to ail gardeners Starke
K Team has been
Keystone '
L as Dr. Hook is quite an '
( authority. making a name for itself loisthej. Ceramics Ha The Answer!
) are currently in First Place 'anjd" It. .
Following the regular meeting ; .
s\ -9 at about 3 p. m.. the ladies who are undefeated! Team membersare 't't'" .,' .

took part in the pattern contest Calvin Osteen, Ray Prevost Rienlr);, FOR DECORATIVE ACCENTS FOR YOUR HOME
Bill Reynolds, Tommy
1 local competition will display,their '
Simkins, Butch FoX: Pat La;= '
ability bymbariing?the clothing FOR GIVING GIFTS with.the"PERSONAl.TOUtR THAT. MEANS SO MUCH
@ -- Jr. Ear( ,
qqM they made. This too, should ,attract -, Mee Herbie .... .. c;

MISSOURIThe Teen a Asers large Enjoy audience.Dance .Cherry Newly-elected and Mike, cantata Tyre." 'of the FOR FUN. AND FOR, Atf' INTERRING, RELAXING HOBBY l' ,

Osteen.Theytplay 041I '" .
Saturday evening the school team is Calvin "

Jefferson City Capitol overlooking the Missouri cafeteria was the scene of festivi- once a week and seem ,to standa ; >::, 4 ;
; ties when the KHS Freshmen good chance of bringing home :: .. B GINNERS.'lESSONS' FREE :

River, bluffs,'houses an interesting collection of the old lass held a Valentine Dance'com a trophy. Recently they', defeated ,

and the new. There.is a heroic bronze statue of Thomas plete with floor show. For a while, the Professors 29-22 thereby '
putting them in first place. It STARTING FEBRUARY 21 (ADULTS ONLY: > '. >
the ticket sales not enough
Jefferson'and a new bust of a native,son, former President *"TiA ,4
lo warrant having the dance but was a fine, fast, well-played game. '
Truman.. bronze statue of Ceres tops the Italian with the addition of the floor Spanish Class To Resume : Took Supplies pn4."t ige.

Renaissance dome. Inside there'are murals_ by Thomas *how. the sales began booming. Mrs. Jorge Valldejuli has beenill We Have Complete Sel&tfofroi Ceramic : ,., ;

Last fall the various contestants and unable to teach Spanish : ':'
Hart Benton. Tours of the Capitol are conducted every for the Miss KHS title dis- classes for several weeks. She, is S Tecf/on; of 'Green-Ware :, : 17: :
hour., Tourists feel almost impelled to test the dome'sfamed layed their talents with short almost well now and will resume (

acoustics-you can hear a whisper across the acts. These same acts were the classes in a. week or two.

60-foot span "stolen" for the floor show but Watch for an announcement in

he performers were male mem- this, column. .
;; ; Cadets Receive Awards
)ers of the Freshman Class. As eeramics.
I THE, KEYSTONE STATE BANK we understand it, the performances Parent of CAP Cadets were invited .Keystode

I and costumes were hilarious to_ attend the regular CAP
: md Bob Jackson was elected meeting at the Skyt.elMondaY
"Miss KHS" and was given first night.

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s.$ 'f* ", Keystone Heights, Fla. St. Anne's- parishoners were CAP and its function Major .

pleased with the results of thepancake1 Bert Chrlstoffers Jr opened the PHONE GRANITE .2)26." '

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.''.T..YY.YYYY..YYYY1 I stand, walk, and turn around.- I Keystone Jads'':attending; :..GorlonlMilitary I Phillips-. ,i ainesyille.r visited' Mowing of the ;city' > property 1 Seminole missionary-t- ;. \who i : also'1 J _----..__.......I

5'EySTONEOjHk1LIGHTS; 'Sounds like might be easy'-.but College-:-at :Barn(svflle,j j'da. I their l aunt, Mis.?Alice..M.- Jones'I each summer leas been one. of the displayed? clothes, 'souvenirsand .

try it! .:Robert V, Walker, .son' pf ;the last Saturday.-.i.% most expensive projects of the showed slides of the Sen nioles. I SATURDAY fiIDRN!

Get your ticket now from any Lindsey 'Walkers.bas' been J pro- S. W:, .Gri'tfis, 'Dale' Bradley, f city, and the council discussed I Mrs. C., J. Cooke of Covington.f _

: member of the ,Woman's Club. mo ted to 'the. rank of 'Priva'teist' Linda Williamson.; .Barbara Br d- having the work contracted as' a. Va.. is visiting here ?.er s 10:00
a n-I FEB. F i
VVYYVyyVyyyVyVYVVTTVVY'.. Mr. and 'Mrs. E: L.. Homer 'of class;; and..Robeft Si:, ':Redfearn, I Ieyr, Marcia ;'GhUis-and( ;. :; .SyMa 'whole, rather than having it done in-law, and: daughter, Mr: 0 :

I *. i Johnstown, anj'MrS.. Horrier's son of 'the' v;H, Redf earns: ; ns !and Romesa.po3d: attended |the by: the hour with the .city-owned bars Frank WolfredJr., aid children j ,

w (C Continued from' Preceding Page) brother.. Dr. C:B. Korns, and Mrs ,on the honor :roll for the niid-: Billy Graham services; .in Gainesville mower Comparative/costs ,of each for-three weeks.M. .. 18th. A. M.show .

t vISitor, -at this meeting.St Koins, of Sipesville, Pa., are house term grading.of'the -winter'qtfar" .-Sunday' afternoon.Mr were discussed, with further investigation .. L: Watt r on. ani: Robert I, -
Anne's guests of Mr. and: Mrs.-J. O. Him; ter.. :, ; vcQ3CnuJaTT ; ; and. MrW H:. HaU Jr. to be. made before the Cutchen .'were Jacksonville visit
Episcopal I.
r 'Friday, Feb. 17, St. Anne's Episcopal ble of Lake.Geneva.. An interesting : l' and daughter"Were: 'Gainesville. mowing season begins.All ors on Monday. \
Church Women will note on Dr: Korns Is that,he was < :: CHURCH 'Monday; five councilmen and city Those attending the. Billy Graham -
o- 'the local part of the National given an award::t by the Slate of KEYSTONE 11EIGIITS' Mr.. arid Mrs. Herbert Packham officers were present. for the rally in Gainesville- Sunday i!'

''f( World Pennsylvania, recently for being]I and daughter; Mrs. .Johnny' ''Hol I meeting. included Mrs. Dick Hinson and
Day 'of Prayer, with all 'it Dr.. A. :C. ;,iHott. )11nibtei .
; the outstanding general practicioner land, and her daughter of Jacksonville YWA Focus Week Fratnres children, Mrs. A. E. Edwards,
Protestant churches in this &its.J. L
area I l ;; ,. berinrt
[ with 50 years' service in the'stat visited his mother Mrs Mission WILL BE
taking part.. Services will be held I I Organist ,and Choir Dir etC '. ; Study, Banquet Shirley Taylor, Bill Underwood,
e. ". Packham I last In YWAs of Milton Mosher I
1 in St. Sunday Hampton Baptist Mr. 'and Mrs. W.
Anne's Church.and will
:Sunday; School, 9i30r: a. m.Mornmg. -
Two more escapees from old the aftemoan1hey drove to Day- Church are observing their annual McElroy and children: Mr. and jMrs. i
begin at 7:30 p. m. Music will be Worship.liOO.a; ; itt'tlt : "LORD OF JUNGLE"AT
provided by St. Anne's Choir. The man winter were visiting in Key- tona Beach. MrsrW: W. Packham Focus Week, February 12.18,-with .-J. W; Horne Jr..*Billy Home I .
stone, last week.. Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Jessie Newell and Mrs. AliceM. arid J. .
public. invited. ,' WtUiaar. > CathottisReyttonf Cbspel a mission study on Thursday Mrs. W. Home.OTIfK I ,
St. William's Catholic I Clyde Wheatley of Windsor Ontario Itag1WSunary'Mase Jones accompanied them on evening, and a sweetheart banquet THE

The 'Altar Society will meet were visiting 'Mrs. Wheat- .... _" the trip. Saturday night at the
ley's aunt and Uncle, Mr. and 8:30 Mrs. Bob Faile and daughter of I -
at : ft. m.Holyiay church. :\: TO IEFEVDI
Monday evening, Feb. 20. at 7
p. Mrs. Leo LeBlanc'of Keystone MASS;"at ':00 s. m., Gainesville visited Mrs. Jean Ten members of the YWA pre- Circuit ('ourt. ,Bradford ('UUBtT.1
Florldai ,
: Cbaiteerjr FLORIDA
m.Lenten Devotions will be held at Club Estates from Wednesday Tuesday Mass ;'at 8:00: 4.m., Wafnwrlght. last Friday night. sented special music at the Sun Case Xo. 12-93S

8 through Sunday.: Cnnfessions.Defore *U ,Uuses3aptisms Mr. and Mrs-- Clyde HaU had as day morning worship hour at the, Calvin K. TVtrman, Plaintiff, vs. I' ,
p. m., Monday; evening too. Loretta Mae Torman, Dffondant. .
Mr. ana Mrs: Wilbur Neal en- marriaset to their Sunday and ''
And guests Mr. Mrs.
church, and planned to take partin NOTICE TO APPKAK
Sunday Feb. 19, will be Com-
t munion teitained at their Santa Fe Lake 4tmcuons: by appointment. Earl Fitch of .Deland.Rev. the prayer 'meeting service To: Loretta Mae To'rnian, whoseresidence These FREE Shows Are Sponsored By
for the
Sunday ladies of "
home on Sundayevening: with a arid M. L. .Packhamyisited and address is i : lit. 1 box
the Parish and Altar Society. : Wednesday evening. Refreshmentswere 365. St. Albans, West Virginia The Following Merchants:
& chicken.barbecue for Mr. and Mrs.Leo :ST ANNE'S. EPISCOPAL, Mrs. -Cteyeland ''Sullivan served after' ting,1honoring'Uie You are hereby hotifled that a .

before.s ry.Mass will: be recited. at 8:15: LeBlanc .and the LeBlanc's ,r ': lt1BC'3, '.. ,,':"KEYSTONE. J r;' ::3Sundays :1.1: ; and Mrs:- ,Edgar. Wilkerc- on. in women prayer' of the) WMU. saint suit for yU divorce In'thf'has| above been filed named a-i Tenvfllegar J Motors Andrews Drugs"WinnDixie !

r i Personals house guests; Mr;. and Mrs.'ClydeWhe'atleyx 1 j Riverside Hospital Jacksonville. Mrs. Jack- Mabry WMU Associ-- Curt and cause and ron are required I %(& W.. Madison St. Shopping Center"

a Mrs. E A.. Haertle' of SilverLak& School:' ,9::3.ci- .fr:35'Jt/tm.a.*;-m.v:''MorrdhgPrayer' tJhyircn 1 lastFriday 'fiighU\ ational President; will teach the swef -pleadlnK to serve copy to the of complainton your an- i WO 4-3331 WO 4-2511
I j ,Mr. and.Mrs,.Emery,, Cooper attended We tegretto .. that Mrs.
+ mission the -
report study
L -Suttday book, "His.To,Com- plaintiffs 'Attorney A. M.
has 11st. .
n been. ; the Bradford aSd : I Koch
s i t the NCC\ ;. r.v.Board jSrJrmpH Cleveland': Sullivan,. is still in mand" on home mission work, Crabtree/Jr.. 103 Baymar Building, ] Drug Store Loral Finance Company
I CqunfyHospital... ; since. January Meeting in ;'Jacksonville Tuesday: Holy 4Coma;liniot'k, 6, Pat. hpi9copalYlipli .observation Jarkpon'iHEFla.. and file the original 161 E. Call St. 116 N. Walnut St.. -
'j t 3 I'Bhe seems to be improvingnow 'CKu chhltsi '" .rt-. R.ver3)deHospital} for for: YWAs of theNew Ri el" Association in .th. ott!<'e bf the Clerk of 9 9rho II
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however of. this week. She served as .a .' and::treatment.Those whoa have 'Thursday! ; Feb. 16, at Circuit Court on or'before the
,* ':7i301a.. niHaly
'Dat8 ;
Holy : ;, 6 day of March. 1961: otherwise the
member ; _
of a panel to discuss Civil .v '.. l. : visited'her during, her stay there 7:30' p; m. at the church here.. Furniture Co. North Florida
; ;Paul. .Harvey.of White Feather Communion;;; :. t, '". is allegations of said Complaint will Denmark Supply
\\ Cpurf;,,;; : .,:taken ;to' the Bradford Defense. : Third Wednesday| -.. Parish. are,. .SUI11Vah-Mrs.:' Fe'Ix Sullivan Rev Marvin Steadhan of 'Pa* be.This taken notice as confessd'shall ':be by .you.published 431 W. Call !:. 234 N. Temple Ave.

County Hospital 'last weekend, The many folks who have inquired 'Covered. Dish- up'pep, '61 'or 430. and'son. Douglas' and Percy' latka will be guest speake? at the once" each week for four -consecutivekeeks WO 4-4321 WO 4-2113
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I for Mrs. Eva Kane of ; .
Syracuse -in the Tele
o ;. Sullivan ; banquet Saturday at 7:30 Bradford County
still there We, hope he will P'. m" s p. in.at.
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N,Y., who visited in Keystone : : Mrs Wilflam} .Beahler entered the. church. Theme for the Starke Builders Supplies! Inc. Underbill Drive-In Restaurant
soon,be able to ccme back, to Key The RevfMiUard.;;: It freyfogle, Dated this 1 day of February j
+ stone. last January, with the i the Un.fVers1t1.H; sP1f lin''Gaines= banquet program will be "I/ve ..19tH .. 213 E. Washington St. 367 N. Temple Ave.

Mrs. Jack. Reid was in Alachua Egans .may be interested to know Vicar. J :r I / "7 ville .1a t', Sunday: observation, Through, the Ages'" (SEAL CHARLES) A. DARBY \\'0 4-4201 WO 4-1531..
I! that her return visit' has been delayed and treatme : the
Wary Alice Parker, n Clerk of Circuit Court.
: County General Hospital l recently. by the long; illness'.of her FIRST.8.u-TJsr; cdvdutiEEYSTOME Friends.of;.pelaneyDickinsbri. Has Birthday Party ly; Marian 1....Crosby Jimmy Moore's Sun Sports Fred's Marine Center
I She;,,isat home and feeling < '.
fine. ; now' brother': who passed 'away last ;HEIGHTS; ..will:' be Interested .to'.l learn of Mary Alice Parker, daughter of Deputy Clerk 2-2 4t23:! j 2-15 W. Madison St, 384 N. Temple Ave.
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You lire -asked to keep in mind week. Mrs:: Kane, now plans: to be J.. R. Smltft>i> pastor,; Ralph} her: marriage, 'V';:Fr1d. 'YfFeb.! ib :Mr. and Mrs. Onard Parker, celebrated ji r i WO 45791Williams. WO 4-8801
back in. March She, writes that Copeland Minister, of Music! land to' Baltimore Md
i I Price' Fisher of : her eleventh I ,
.' Sat- -
the Fashion Shmy'which will beheld"at birthday THE RIGHT POJJT for the
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church" f.- J wf'lr'e Electric
the- funeral-servicea: had to be delayed orgllnikt'i The marriage! ttookplace in ,'trday.'afternoon,- Feb-: 1t.:with
: ectuse of the Services: Sunday 'School J:45: 'tarke.' 'We ';extend .best wishes birthday "party at 'her'home.Seventeen a vay you write.. Come ic and Mrrt 14? W.. Call St. 213 E. Call St.

March g%Tlcket9'winge; $1.25 perpersgn..Mrs' snowy -weather.:lit fact, one day, a. .m.Morning WorshJp\10:50.: 'a. and'much, happiness to 'this'cou \ for : your' favorite ESTE BROOK '' \\' 4.8311 WO 44921S
were present
'James Cook is-chair- brit m. Training; Union, ff:3&.pm.: : : Fountain, Pen. TELEGRAPH I ..
seven Inched of fell in one -
k man,, and the. bad 'h.'ud !am opening of gifts and're- .
been at 'ni. .pleMr. L -
*_ T Evening aervice3-7:30: p. i: had --
hour? : A. and Mrs.- KL Childs '
j tvTTylI 'reshments of cake, ice
work teaching t e"girls out to I cream. .
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Good reports come from two '" their' list Sunday Mr. : 'S
I . I yY.TT ....Y. as guests' ; old drinks and cookies.ersonals I
f." ,: tr Child's-- daughter,- Mrs- 'Georgt '

.MELROSEhistory : I:: :HbltOn: hissoninlaw. and ,Mr, ;and Mrs- Wilbur Hall of f

Attention 1 livestock Producers! ", .,' datrghter Mi: and'Mrs..,Bob Hum-- ..McAlpin visited here Tuesday last : : : -
11 and Chads'
Trey- : ; and".Mrs ,week wjth Mr. and Mrs. K. B
Y.Y..YT.YY.t..y.,. r son daughter-in-law; ;Mr and, r
it have ._ ..... ... Watterson; .
J you hogs or : of ,the-first. PTA. Elaine, chub .
Mrs.-eslie': 'Av Childs and .Mrs, A L. Sullivan and Mrs
cattle to sell now or in f $, Samson and Margaret; Slade.: :'played dren, all of 4ft. Fierce:, Arthur: '. Milliken-- of Ocala} visited -

.' the future please contact two:selections on .tht1> tes', ,' Mrs FeU 'Sulltvan anj Cleveland '\-Its. T E. Brown and Mr. and

1 : one 'of .the: buyers and Mrs Ray Stedham; ,"osang : --Sullivan.' :;' .visited his 'wif MrsEmory Brown and family

t at Copeland {Sausage .- "Thilik.oft'i :; : She was ac Bmp-, Mitt Ploy Sullivan, at Ri 'ersid' 'rere .Frid y. ENCHANTING d

f .; [Company 'and give them ,&3 + anted by" ;!Mrs': "Dock Tison i atthe. Hospital;"in Jacksonville on' Tuesday ,Visiting here Thursday las EDITION q

' t ,: ,an opportttnilyto buyi J: + ; piano.Refreshments:. !'p.t'k'itI1 J. J. Brannn were Mrs "WORLD'S FINEST' :

i t your livestock. **"* ( ;:were )served i .,4 :in t :'lodges,,and Everett Brannen and ; i'r*
I) i i : the, .juncir.room.afteethe meeting. '.' .lnne..r YY.YYYYr.m' Ms-, sister of Lake Butler. J. Jrnnnpn. I ICE SHOW" a

I COPELAND OFFERS YOU Hostesses:!, Included Mgr];;; Carl Rileish Brannen amMiss
: Ford Mrs."RusseT "'Nobler, 'Mrs.. M PT n N
s 4 BIG ADVANTAGES! Dock TisonMrsl: Ralph 'Mathews: ::114 Jack'onvillP Jessie May Saturday.Brannen were in ,

Mrs..' R.y\Ford: arid 'Mi ; 'Dottle. l fy: Mr D. E. Hill .Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Rhoden are, A

: 1; Cash market every day. Scully.._,..._. _._.'U. -,.__.. ......".,..,.. .. ,_._.. he pi loud- parents of a daughter.:'

-2: No omtnission.t t4't1Jftirtf\! \ \?;! \\J[ .u tn! l.r( I aaaaaaaaAaalaaaaaaai., 'I. r : 4J...- 3helia Louise, born Friday, Feb. ;

Council :Approves 10, at the Bradford County Hospital *
1 3. Special consideration given to,' meat, Faith, ;presbjtertao. .'' Removing, Uniafe Trees. in'Starke.Mr. ,:. 0 PERFORMANCES IN NEW
:hI1clt. :Melroie". .
., type ,hogs 1 ,Removal: of trees 'and mowingof and Mrs. Frank Clark o*

Sunday; $-Churca $:'ool, city property.were discussed, at Hampton Lake scent last weekend* JACKSONVILLE COLISEUM-.

'4. :Can furnish hauling for sufficient 9J5: Morninj/'Worshlb.; 11 the regular: ..meeting of ltampionCity vith relatives in GeorgiaJ. _' 28tSi THROUGH TUESDAY MARCH 7tH'
quantities.. a.m.. Rev.Jiwis. R. Ncale. Jr.., paa-. 'Council', the town hall WT Horne accompanied thetrobert ,

tore Tuesday,,Feb.., 7. Bar'kdale family of StarkP Returning, ta 'Jacksonvilfe" After Years Absence

CALL COLLECT HO 2-3011 : The project :of removing old 16 New Port Richey on Sunday to

mfl\ri.'EPISCOPAL oak'! trees in Hampton has been visit M;, and Mrs.. R. C, Williams; EVENIMCr :SHOWS ALL SEATS RESERVE

CLAUDE'.. PHILLIPS S THERON HUDSON CHlkCH, MELROSK' discussed for several'months but They: planned to attend Gasparilla 8 PM. NIGHTLY ACCEPT ',
$3 50 $3 00
.PRESTON POLKopel..nd postponed earlier because of lack festivities at the Florida State ; -' .
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i Sunday -' i& a: 'm.. .Church Of funds In 'the, city' treasury. Fair in Tampa on Monday. SUNDAY; 'MARCH' 5

School} 11:10: a.nu; Morning',Praye With' improvement in-:'the "finan Junior GA girls of Hampton MATINEES2.5O2.O0 I

r and -Sermon' (First: Sunday, cial 'Condition, the, council Voted Baptist Church attended 'a mis" SAT.> MAR.;%;'t730 P.M. CHILDREN HALF-PRICE.

i Holy ComniunionV. ftp.m.: f Episcopal last week to 'take bids ou having' ion study, "Sawgrass Mission- SUN., MAR. 5, :30, 5:30 P.M. SAT.: MAR. 4, 1:30 SHOW

Young Churchmen. some of the dangerous trees taken pry'?' about work'amon *the Sera

SAUSAGE COMPANY ALACHUA FLORIDA Holy Days' .__ :ilo.a' jn., Holy down. Also, the palrn) 'tree&jn front mole Indian*;'at Parkview-Baptist"* 'ONLY SHOWING THIS WINTER IN FLORIDAMAIL

___ Communion '. of May's has
7aesterteeer grocery been con- Church in Gainesville on Saturn

The Rev. Millard ,H.: Brtyfoglt sidered a traffic' hazard,, and day afternoon... The bock was 0fDRSTO'COlISEUMVnfgEgPAM5T.JACI. :: : ; SONVIUEjV

Two of Money--Savers Vicar. .. councilvoted; *have it removed.' taught! by Genus 'Crenshav.a : *

'FulF'Days ... ". _
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t i at Starke Builders Supplies. ; Dur- FIRST :METHODIST.CHURCH' -I ,


,ing CityWidet Sunday 9:45: a. m:, Churcn

: .. :school: for all ages.:Jl a. m., '
Morning' Worship '6:30. p.m':. "
I Youth Fellowship..

Wednesday 7:30: 'P. m., Bible
Study. and Prayer Meeting/, -
Rev TedSpringer Pastoi.By .
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Mrs!' Arthur Mlilikan i;and Mrs

: A. t. of ''pclavsiieht i __
,Sullivan '.' ,
Thursday _with; the-Per t 3uilfvahs
Sullivan{' '
Colors & White Spouted Cartridge Type and- -Cleveland : t
: Mr. and,.Mrs.Ernest 'est"ahd

VALUE $1.95 VALUE 1.50 childretij.veni.. < Wfedhfida" ttternoon i'
at, Diyfona Beach'r: _
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MTSJ: Janjes' A. cmann'\fas"ad :. ,: -

; 'OT.1.0.0. For $$1 witted -to..D3Ctqr'sk:> ')teispltal in :. > ,,- if 1 .' -.- } 1 -' -- --i .- ,

!i. ,I Starke lnf undergoing cUOn.Sl.1ast.FHd&y"wbere: .treatment"e is file. for teacher' a,throat she rot is ,f:' ,' Beautifully built to set tr l1<1s' -in styling i and ,savings.

the' Primary]: "Class 3rf,- HppiChttrch ; ", '
AL'Ambers,niisseef their beautifully built to take care itself ?:

.. ;, $2.20 VALUE 34"x4"c beloved teacher'and- prajed for ,: -. I :
her.earlr recovery '
; :I' .
P FISHING POLEFREE Mr: and Mrs. Parker Dampier ': :
: 'f
PAINT BRUSH .and children of Ponte Vedra This i is probably the.m Beach spent Sunday ,with his in.automobiles' $ tnda ". Tale the roofline, HERE'S' HOW THE *61 FORD TAKES CARE OP ITSELF eL'-{
VALUE $1.25 .
brother and sfcter-in-Iaw Mr.'ah4 for Instance ('ifost other can.have!) Vet .
UWfcate .Ktt Yoe 38080dUsw rb h.... .......:. ..... ,
Ib !< idol
> "' MM Mr-M Miterbodyut "
,Mrs. R. C. Dampier. It looks best on its original the 't" r-" '
f setting JE ruy &1 Ford tike tilt MUM ClubVictoria
Jubriotkuis k
( di cost eely about KAO acid specialty procesri" lesist rest and totioxot, .. .
Our saddened,, Ford: Galaxies The root.and ... .. .... skares tt bona,ta bipr ; t
community was- ,: all',the,rest, aoad a merit! ] '," 'II/"IIlJI&IIIII./ :...c...,duals bcoMtfe the toni
ou*at It is ttt stencil prt5lllte4 b :__
With Purchase Of by, the tragic death 'Of Carolyn of the car were derfjjned to go together. .Wmluubo ulluOa | ': -
;. t i ,. .- .. .' ( Elwts i Krnm..:'i.. to C.lDhlitts bthMM al( TaU*can.< Ms wet ftfcfc-Jtist vask lid dell > a h.UnUOThis "
Perry'Wh1 was Tdfled trfaiv a&o- IS what IDa 1.-\.C' : Ford: Loot., .kM.H mtk ffi Fed-Ibw oil SKv wMck ftttrs ford's i*.D Casting Plugs train accident -neaf! her home in J_ kite! tIIIItIp JIICIIIJ packed ibasb, to niece ikj IN..It jeiw M ds uuc. for fuactiealespressae dassif btautyi_ ::-
fORO\n-thlsQrlSasbe ut1ru1fybllllt -.-. '
V "lIt. Up"To $1.65AllFor.OU Hampton last week. Our 'deepest as. it,is beautifully sli td. As Ford tales Minis to..'"*"t-, -....Tf ckSat* Iraks' at *-, Cit de4 W+ .h-l \ of'61 fads! ,t"eplfan. ,
I sympathy is extended.to"her"f am- jst.lsehts-a.. ter ubauy. k dialer mrraiM" i|1111I decent is i auiarials'.
[itself it
ltS'car of
ily to their loss. care .. your bodget. M wwluM kia 1 ter 12 MMtto.1,000 miin.wkkk- '
-.; ....t IU m mm-fwi mtStn. doubleuu \OKK int. Owwn 'return fll>>l ibt'! faratmrwatmntettmtsr
'Mrs.JaXre5'"O'Steen of Waldo See the roster at. ht, and vou'tl con-
$ .
tended*t aiweiauM to lire Goti as I Jon as tutneOM rtpEacemontat
I was 'given- bridal shower b'.thegirls dud: This is the' Ford in your future. M&MTf g ua rs.. auMbMM_s.cb tt biters a4 ii.toa data '

;I ,'of the Intermediate" 4'and'Boungr'Peopte's .:" :! May we opea iu door M you. .'sootf?: 1 fGIUMSiOIl t.l.t &.t la

I.__ d ,Classes of Hope '
'u -
;Church last 'nursday'even.ij1g at : .0.

STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES !lovely tHe Community gifts were received'Center. ,by"Many the ; ; 1.c: ": 'TERWILL GAR MOTORS c ,

.1 'and.fefreshmenta" .-.
'honoree wereerred'by1he : ; .. .
I'honE1201' Fh hdstesws. '' a: .
Starke J" ; MADISON .
d.". I The Misses,llazel and E1izaiethr! 206W. STARKE FLA. .



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PAGE TWELVE liKAUtUKD COUNTY TELC :::.?.:. ,_!TA.IU r ..:.; J."J..';- -{";;'I;',isl3. 16, lUll

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,safer than any known way." j Chill ).ourl! fancy candles in the rol, ,,,, ,.. ,. " ." i dreri. and Mr. and: Mrs. V. L. McKinney -- '

t Author unknown i refrigerator before dinner time Home Demonstration and children all of NEED -HELP
I .. ,
i Every new day is a challenge.I and they will :burn more slowly Gainesville and Horace McKinney '

Not only for the be'ginnui;: of a I This morning, the fog froze'.on" tes.of Starke, and Mr. and M-s. Wal- WITH YOUR 1960

year, but at the beginning of each the trees and the ground 'is"covered 1 ton Youngblood of
day. If we will let God be our' with snow. As I took the|I, byDOROTHY I IJ' INCOME TAX
guide it is better J' ; ROSS George Rivers was attending to
than any known dogs out walking the sun' was at I

L +r Pm+ ssooHea.i way. We can look up at the starsso ball of gold peeping through, a y (y Home Demonstration' AgentFlorida business in Auburndale this week. RETURN ? ? ?

many million. In one cluster fairy land of white trees and t I Mr. and Mrs John McKinneywere

sRa may be 6.000 of them in a group bushes'over'a, snowcovered hill. It I State Fair Tampa They are usually one-eighth inch visiting her aunt Airs. Do- SEE NEIL TUCKER'
I and every one a million times made beautiful Five Bradford County girls will I' in length and most are wingless.
Wherein February rides swiftlyby tread safely into the unknown! : a unfo;gettable shia Swindle at the home of Mr.
j } Bookkeeper
larger than earth. Each star has picture. We have a nice snow take part in the annual 4-H Club I If you think you have problems .
and I am busy I hate the I S Court
120 ,
grip, and watch the snow fall. "Gft out into the darkness and put Clarke
space. They have been outthere and so whIte and lovely.I Tampa February 18, according to. feel free to call us. i Starke last Friday. Mrs. Swindleis
I said to the man who stood at thine hand into the hand of \VO .2545
the a long time. Who broughtall was reading Psalm 119, verse Miss Dorothy Ross Home Demon- Careful Washing Saves Sweaters ;' very ill at this writing. Ph. WQ 4.9854" ,.
gate of the year: God. this into stration Agent Do you know, how to keep your
being? Who upholdsit [191.] "How can a young man keep "
'Give me a light that I That shall be better to thee and
may like ? If,
Local girls selected to attend sweaters looking new 1
r .- every day throughout the centuries his way pure? By guarding! it according -
I .I ? Each has its place and to thy word.. Word the special fair day and educa not then you will want to follow I
% patterned orbit. It is GOD of means, BIBLE. tional program include: Carolyn these tips on washing sweaters: Fire Liability -

z course. How small we are in this Well I never have colds. ButI Chi lson and Linda Cox. Starke; Wash sweaters before they become -

great;, universe! Yet God loves and bad the old fashioned grip, I Gay Swartz and Gloria Jean New- badly soiled. Constant Service

cares: for us. This great kingdomis guess. A woman 77 had this grip some, Hampton; and one girl I Remove all spots and soiled

an everlasting kingdom. It pre- and it is the kind that grips ones from Lawtey. I areas before washing by applying: Over lift Years
ccenes us to such an extent thatit chest and'you can hardly breathe. Linda Cox will receive an a- thick soap suds or milk liquid lIR A
I is immeasurable ward for the outstanding 4-H detergent with a soft brush.
and it will follow When she got to that stage, her
Club girl in Bradford County. oil be with a
Grease can removed
everlastingly. We
are a partof heart gave out. I usually am very
God's Later In the day Linda and Car- dry cleaning type solvent from
great plan. From this careful when I know\ just what H.CJALLAGENCY
olyn Chijson will serve as hostesses Orion I
earth we go to worlds unknown each person bias, but I did not nylon, or before washing.Use
to hehold thee on thy throne. know 'about her, thought she hada in the'State 4-H exhibit booth. cool or lukewarm soft water I

Only the foolhardy dare say thereis heart attack. I began sneezing During the grandstand program and a mild soap. 7
Dr. M. O. Watkins director of the
Wash each sweater separately
no God and feel they are that evening. Don got me medi- '
Agricultural Extension Service by hand unless it is labeled machine I
enough to go on their own. cine from the Doctor very near
and Miss Anna Mae Sikes State
They shall fall by the way and us and I took it on the hour fora washable. Turn wrong side I
be destroyed by death and never day and a night. I was able to Home demonstration agent will out to prevent'p111s or balls.)
the 1961 state boys and
see the place Jesus has preparedfor keep going Now I cough but do Wash quickly and gently squeezing
us who love and"believe. not feel too bad. girls 4-H council officers.concluded the sudsy water through the Chevrolet 4 OldsmobileAUTHORIZED
The will be
I This week we had another fune- Helen Keller the blind'woman program sweater. Rubbing will cause wool

FRI., SAT. FEB. 17, 18 ONLY! ral. It was yesterday, right in our says:' "Really see the world-live with the a special Florida feature State Fair.act providedby to mat or shrink.

new chapel This was a woman as, if you may be going Wind'' tomorrow Rinse in cool water. .
5,000 boys
THE FAMOUS named "Kit" -a very dear friend. :' Approximately Roll .swea rs in a dry towel j

73 years old. She had watchedTV I would add, "Live as if you the girls'educational are expected activities to take part sponsored in. and press out all excess moisture. 6 SALES PARTS S.ERV'JCEOur .

and fixed lunch for the son may die at any moment." Dry sweaters quickly at room
the fair and conductedby
ESTERBROOKFOUNTAIN and husband at 10 o'clock, and If we look at life as a whole,it I' staff by members of the Florida temperature. An electric fan is Shop Is Complete and Modern/

went to bed. When the son came is a great adventure planned by Agricultural Extension Service. useful to circulate the air.
up he said something to him, God.
Follow along his teachings. Press wool sweaters gently witha CHEVROLET AND
but she was not ill. He heard her Then DEATH, too will be another APHIDS [Plant Lice] steam iron. Use.little heat when ROBERTS OLDS310BILEGreen

make a gasping sound and'went great adventure and we.; will not Be it shrubs or vegetable plants, pressing nylon Orion or other
in to find she had died. Her mind getting old- WHOOPEE! makes 'no difference to aphids because man-made fibers. Cove Springs Ph. 3033

PENHOLDER hands folded eyes closed So we HA. they will severly damage
Brush the of wool sweaters -
never know when our Saviour will All my love, either one. I have noticed them up nap
call. It will be a great experience. God bless you every one recently in gardens and there is when nearly dry to remove

DATE CAKE-Chop one cup of MOTHER LURAvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvviv a heavy infestation of them on I pills. 0I

( color) S.. dates cover dates. with one cup the day lilies at the court house. Use a steel brush or sandpaperto 3NATUR

any boiling water. Cream 1 cup sugar Mr. Norman, the court house JanItor I remove pills from nylon and

and 1-2 cup butter. Add one egg has sprayed them with 4 or Orion.

and beat hard. Sift 1 2-3 cup I. A \WTFY. 5 percent malathion. It will probably -i' .
flour with one-fourth tp. salt take several applications to. ..... ....... v.vvv..nGRAHAM
and 1 tsp. soda. Add flour and kill all of the aphids because it is I
By Eliza BUnhar4
(Any Style) dates with water to egg and sugar hard to cover them down inside : ;

mixture alternately and beat well. .ar the plant and they come from v
25c EXTRA Add 1-2 nuts and 1 s.i
cup chopped M r other plants too. Mrs. John McKinney
tsp. vanilla. Put in greased pal Dependable -- Economical/
suck the
hostess, Tuesday evening members They the juices from
TOTAL $1.95 VALUE 8x8x2 and bake 350 degrees for Iw uAeAaa4Aaaaaaaaaalaa.
the leavesto
tender growth causing
of the Lawtey Methodist
40 min. PHONE WO 4-1301 NIGHT WO 4-2411
WSCS. Mrs. May Wells give the curl Aphids are softbodiedand Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.

Only $ Fri Sat. This cake is moist and good. devotional and directed the program may be greenish whitish I John McKinney were Mr. and I I CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT.BUSINESS .
$1.25| -- only Farm women out here bake it
i'often. on 'The Lord's Prayer." At yellowish, pink, brown or black. Mrs. J. D. McKinney and chil-

1 the close of the meeting the hos I --0:'. ,
HELPFUL HINTS. When poach-: '
'ling put a few drops of vine- tess. served refreshments to' Mrs
eggs Orville.-Bur gairiei;M's. P. 1,.,Din "
I ,will : >
Bradford County Telegraph 'gar together.in the Try water sprinkling and egg,a little stay Idylls'Mrs. 'U;;.C.'''Kell ,:Mrs..-R;; >i I AREA DIRECTORYOFFICE
Leej:; ; Mrs. Ef fie Miner ah'd.Miss.
sugar over the meringue of a pie: Mrs'
Enza 'Blanc.7acid ; ,WeMr. ,
before baking and it will cut easy _

and Mrs. "Luth>' Hilliard __ ___ ___ ,
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I and children had as weekend, 1, "'I'-----r-- : r 'i: 'qI
guests Mrs"-Effie. Ogelvie., .Mrs. :AUTO GLASS AUTO TRIMBaker '
\\1NKLER'S. FRI. and SAT. Donald Kiteand-. .-daughters, Mr.acid CONTRACTORSBobby I
: Mrs., Joe*Napoli and children Maul 1i!Ina' Auto Glass i :Auto Trim I Hancock Typewriter

of Jacksonville, and Raymond COMPLETE STOCK CURVED 1 i L. Bryan
Dimaria of Callahan. GLASS CUSTOM: INTERIOR TRIM Exchange
1 ? 1 1 I 1 Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wainwright Windshield & Door Glass I Headliners Arm Rests ASPHALT PLASTIC TILE Smith-Corona Typewriter f\

1 1 t 1 1 spent Saturday through Tuesday Replaced In Any Make Floor Mats Upholstering HARDWOOD FLOORINGFloor Clary Business' Machines ':

in Bartow'with theirson, Clyde, Car Or Truck Lowest Prices Sanding & Finishing i Repair Any Make Machine

and, Mrs. Wainwright's parents" We Handle Saftey Glass FR 23226i FR 6-6762 FR 6-4445 I FR 8-5551
the Jesse Starlings. FR 6-2558 1939 N. E. 27th Gainesville 431 N. Main, Gainesville
"Mrs-_Joyce*Futch and Miss Eliza; 1314 S. Main Gainesville i 1021[ 'E. University. Ave. Gainesville -

beth" Terry visited( UTS. Edgar -I : FOOTWEAR OPTICIAN
Wilkinson' in' Riverside. HospitalS AUTO SALES & SERVICE, ,I COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION MITCHELL'S"Family Beckum's Opticians

Mr. and. Mrs, G. W. Roberts IMPERIAL ,- CHRYSLER Footwear Specialist Lindsey L., Becfcum It. o.

1 and their 'grandchildren,. Brenda rLYl10UTH'V Refrigeration>< Jarman Shoes for Men Lenses Duplicated-Quick Repairs

Roberts and David' Silcos andB. Authorized SalesPartsService .Service:Co. Jarman Jr. for Boys Artificial Eyes:-Prescription*

E. Reddish were visiting to HawesPowersMotor Sidney Leopold Owner Rhythm Step Vitality for Ladies Filled Promptly
Tallahassee Sunday. Brenda was I Commercial Refriteratjo'Air Orthopedic Shoes for InfantsOn 22 W.. University FR 6-351

= returning; to the home of her Bar- Co. (I' "' ..ConditioningFrlrldalre The Square Gainesville Fla. Gainesville Fla.

CO ents. Mr. and Mrs. George Rob- FR 2-2561 1 I Ice Makers .
o oran A erts, Jr., after. ':enjoying a visit 204 N. Main Gainesville !, Sold And Serviced Anytime GARDEN SUPPLIES ...

: with her grandparents, here. Used Cars 312 N. Main Gainesville FR 2-8392 Johnson & Paris Inc. Roy N. Green Inc.
-ocr 1.r! W The H C. Parley family spent FR 6-3400 Heights FR 6-7700 Direct ,
C. Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Complete Line of Color Portraits for Gift

hj) :I Mrs.: Ralph Higginbotham in LINCOLN MERCURY CONCRETE PRODUCTS SEEDS-PLA1\ Commercial Portrait

Briceville. I COMET-FIAT-RENAULT, FERTILIZERSInsecticides Photography
= '.: INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Pet Complete Camera Supplies ,
Sales-Service Parts' Supplies
Mrs. Authorized
: i 1 I Im Ix ft Terry Joyce, Mrs.Futch'Hattie, Miss Mathis.Elizabeth Trained MeehanlcsGood : CONCRETE PRODUCTS 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' 1118 W. University.... FR 2-4C5
r Used Cars ARE THE BEST FROM 224 N. W. 8th Ave. FR 2-0476) Gainesville Fla.
and Miss Enza Blanchard attended I
a t tC tT services of Rev Billy Graham Barkley Motors Edwards BuildingSuPP1Ys 1 Gainesville, Fla. POWER SAWSMcCULLOCH TI''

in Gainesville Sunday afternoon. 615 N. Main Gainesville Inc LADIES WEAR ,

Mrs. Vonda Stevens Mrs. Donald 726 S. Main -, FR 2-4844
Bennett:and Mrs. R. E. Starling B. & G. Motor Co., Inc. Gainesville, Fla. Cherry's CHAIN SAWS

were hostesses to a stork TOLLMAN 'PQ Gainesville's Most Fashionable NEW-USED SALg -SRS

0 shower in honor of' Mrs. C. W. OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC : DOORS WINDOWS t Address For Ladies Florida Saw Co.

11III Thomas, in..Mrs:, Starling's home DRESSES SUITS COATS FR 6-3411
=- Several'games 'were played, and Authorized. Sales-Service-Parts Florida Jalousies ACCESSORIES 2538 N. E. 19th Dr.-oalnesvffla

fr* many lovely gifts were presented FR ,6-7515 I OF GAINESVILLE, INC. 105 W. University. Gainesville
to the'honoree is a bassinet. Coffee -' 115. S., W; Second Gainesville i WINDOWS -DOORS SEWING MACHINES

= t and cake were served to the: I ALtn.UNUMAWNINGS MEN'S WEAR
guests numbering about 25. I Service Parts Palm Beach Awning Windows Silverman's"THE Singer Sewing

I Mrs. Nell'Osteen Is spending i i ;.All Meet A.W.M.A. Specifications Machine CenterUsed
some time with her sisters, Mrs.' MillerBrownMotors Write Or Call For EstimatesFR MAN'S STORE"
'Lula 'Norman, Mrs. V. R. Reddish"1 Inc. I 2-8215 Clothing Haberdashery Singer Sewing Machines
(II :Many One Of A Kind
and ;Mrs; Httie'Mathis. .1817 Hawthorne Rd., Gainesville ShoesSportswear
'I ,FR; 2-3532 ... Formal Wear Rentals Startln At $9.95
e New 39 electric range lets you cook a ecmptfffr 11II Recent dinner guests\ of Mr: ahd I Gainesville
rs\ J ,E. Warren Were Mr. 'an5;'. 1030 E. University Ave. ELECTRIC MOTORS 208 W. University, Gainesville .: FR e-esio
least for a holiday houseful, recipe petted FR 6-3502 W University Gainesville
W Mrs. .J, M. Warren.and daughter Electric Motor
09"PI 1 Teoefc a botto oed cod cocking Sapef Ox*cocbbaaquet-siD.... of.Jacksonville, 'Mr.-arid Mrs. V'I Montgomery Pontiac, II MOVER

., guesswork forever wi&Cdred fce-. No-Dripccdtop+ : ops ..ro fD JJ f.; Appleby an4.Miss ,Beverly o'of '. Inc. Repair Co. I- & SHOES
1Ft Heat IAIIs.foda hos 5 nwaux.d n ng down.ar aides Jacksonville 'Beach, and"MK' :and Gainesville
g. .. OF GAINESVILLE, INC. MayflowerLOCAL Bob's Shoe StoreShoes
IaeaIs to choose ftoAa.cnt just rigbt far -J/I-.t--. Mrs. d.- L, Bradley,' : and -
: < Johnny
.. yoe'ncoolu. ..,. osy ----v- .T-)" I] AND LONG DISTANCE for Tin Entire
.... a eve 'CInits.bobandbco6s I rs.. ...., Melany of 'Kingsley" ;lake..rMr. ; I' *B. M. C. SPORTS CARSAuthorized SALES!: ANP SERVICE MOVINGStorage FORTUNE Family
rn !. Handy'pushbutton contrdl 'e Handy epp&aoaou&t and Mrs., Jack Brassell end i. SalesPartsService Genuine Wagner Electric Products And Crating CHARM SET FOB' WOMEN
.. children: of Jacksonville spent FR 2-2585: FR 2-8318 *
Gainesville FR 6-5224 ENDWELL TOE
NUJ .. Sunday with IMr: and Mrs.. ,
d TrubyVainwright. I $20 N. W. 8th Ave.. Gainesville 1030S. Main Gainesville.
Mr and Mrs. DJ-S.: i MUSIC Bags Miflenery Accessories
m W ICE TRAYS : 'EQUIPMENTRush's 21 W. University Gainesville
Crane Motor Co.
9 $S1'OO Thomas, Diann and Donald* 'and ,
Miss Dianne Colsca'were 'rijJacVsonvffle .. The Music Center


rhomas's motherMrs.. S. P/ HOLLAND BAND INSTRUMENTS
:.Authorized Sales & Service
Green and Mrsl Thomas's' 'sister, ALUS CHALMERS Sales-Repairs
"Complete Service for AU Makes',, MASSED-FERGUSON This Area's Most Complete Line
00. Yrs, C. W. BufT, ," -". Sheet Music Accessories
506.E. University Ave. FR 24251 of Sporting Good at
And Tractors .
Farm Equipment
"You Can't Beat Terms"
'Mr. and Mrs
Nelson Blacker
ONE DOLLAR DELIVERS .0. ; Gainesville, Fla. FH6-4385
and sons-viiitcd'Mrs.A.'H.Harl ?' .....: 1025 W. University Gainesville Jimmie Hughes Inc.
Archer Rd. Gainesville f
IANY APPLIANCE IN STOCK Right here ye want to say thai ,TRANSMISSIONS: 1113 W. University G&inecviBa !
Vanls Wilbur Waters .ari! Lillian 4
.. Rosia Equipment For s Music Store
Richard,BrooSdns were among AUTOMATIC' TRANSMISSIONSARE. & Flowing, -. "Gainesville Leader" Since 1933 YARNS-TOYS
those on the 1 honor roll in'th OUB .BUSINESS KRAKAVER t
fifthgrate.Their-' dames tyro ac- -: Service .*" Repair* Work : INDUSTRIAL Planting PIANOS --PIANOBGEANS WINTER-CABLE ,Jack and Jill <

WIN'KLER EJ1.gIc. .sE&VJC cidentlb4sverkoked. Boys you Guaranteed CHORD ORGANS $159-1375 A Complete LInt of '
are no" less honor student,than Equipment For Job
I Guitars Drums
.... Pearson Sheet Music Yarns, Needlework Nstd&s
o : :: '.;'. ',' .', ; t'.o:<.:; '1, .}.:_ ) : !If yoiff;names.h&d beenJn"J: ;&e, 4r Budgets Free Instruction fToysCameDollsHobbles
h: _,' "r':, ,', -- ':>- :; ""* :"& 1 first list, '. 'ytxr forget : It ,!jT 1uBBY'S 68 SERVICE Superior Co.
aJj'N. "Te.leAve." > ,". ', .. ,.--'- '. ':.' .. "- ,- II'SJ. praetor; ; FR 6-5931
:f.. '.'. .' =;,.",:=t -, >{,-li.""_1:.: ..,<:;1, T": :;,lO,;'d.;t : _," "'T" "', ",",-:>JIO: \
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