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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 25, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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97th Year STARKE. FLORIDA' Cents
t'. :36th Issue Thursday: ,M..h.., 1976 Copy

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t- Cool Weather Slows Ripening Of Strawberries ...... BUILDING PROGRAM PUSliEDPortable

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I "The berries are beautiful" day, 250 Tuesday, and was Bells they were able to plant
says Morris Carter, Jr of the waiting until Wednesday this year. Both are fertilizing
fruit growing larger and afternoon to pick a-Jew flats. the alleys to supplement the
firmer in the current cool Lloyd Griffis above Lawtey Florida Bell plants which are Classrooms Set
weather. picked 220 flats Monday and loaded with ripening fruit.
i Effect of the cool weather Tuesday from his 10 acres. Griffis is currently picking as
has been to slow ripening of Due to the cool weather Griffis many berries from an acre of
the berries County Agent was not picking Wednesday Florida Bells as he is from the
Bobby Taylor agreed with but expected volume to pick other seven acres of Sequoias.The .
Carter after a tour of local up and to pick Thursday, Fri- weather is expected to
Strawberry patches Tuesday day, and Saturday.Both warm up the latter part of the For Move Of 6th Graders
morning Carter Farms' Griff and Carter are week. If it does, berry volume
24 acres yielded 800 flats Mon pleased with the few Florida will rapidly rise, Carter says.

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Authorization for Bradford School system architect

Craig Salley to design and bid 10 portable elementary

classrooms and fencing for all county schools was given by
Annual Co-op the Bradford County School Board in a special meeting

Monday afternoon.Due .
to a recent state survey of county school facilities

which negated plans for new kindergarten classrooms in

Meeting Draws several schools, the board was forced to reconsider elementary

level building projects. The team recommendedtwo

exceptional education classrooms at Starke Elementary

and multi-purpose rooms at both Starke and South-

Crowd To KHCrowds side Elementary Schools, which the board approved for

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bidding Monday evening.In

from all over the 12 addition, architect Salley was asked to bid three reg-
county area served by the nominations. Unless someoneis ular classrooms at Starke Elementary, two classrooms at
Clay Electric Cooperative nominated from the floor at Southside and one classroom at Lawtey Elementary to
began to trickle into Keystone the beginning of today's
house sixth graders when moved from Bradford Middle
meeting, they will
Heights early this morning for remain
the 38th annual meeting and unnnnwmi hut members are School to elementary schools next fall.

the election of three district The board unanimously throughout the school system.
Trustees. agreed to build the additionalsix Additional classrooms and
The business meeting will classrooms with or without fencing of Bradford High
r rt fnqP ,begin under the large tent state financial help due to School may have to be funded
promptly at 9 a.m. Followingthe additional space needs once from local resources unless
reading of the minutes of sixth gradersare again taught the state reconsiders its
; the last meeting, the at elementary school grounds.The stance on such projects
nomination of Trustees for sixth grade move is ano- Superintendent Richard
District 3,5, and 7, and the rB ther plan by the board to alle- Jockel told the board. Elementary -
; appointment of Tellers and viate crowded conditions at schools may be
Poll inspectors, the business Bradford Middle School. fenced with state funds under
meeting will recess for voting, Additional space requests for the Department of Education
7 entertainment and lunch. the middle school were turned Safety to Life Factor, he said.

There will be high bucket down by the state examining: New classrooms will cost
rides for the kiddies, both committee. about $11,000( each. Salley
young and old, a mobile unit Agreement by the U.S. Jus- reported, without bathroomsor
available for Glaucoma Lew Brantleystill tice Department with the sixth drinking fountains.
testing by the Lions Club, and grade move was received last Unless the state turns
many booths to visit. encouraged to place their week, board attorney Jesse around on funding of the new
Gospel singers,The Stamps, vote. Wolbert told the board Monday sixth: grade classrooms, local
r'v1p will entertainmentunder Those up for re-election are
provide funding will be required for
the big tent for those Dick Surrency, District 3; six of the 10 planned class-
who Just want to sit, rest, and Zedra Hamilton, District 5; Wolbert presented the pro- room areas. If local moniesare
Jisten and Wayne Hollingsworth. posal to move sixth graders used the board will tap
5 vk ;1t, ? Before the noon hour, lines District 7. back to elementary level to a some $4-4.000 on loan from a
" "WOK: begin"-to form lor. .'the. 4t- < keU yyili.bepresentee federal judge Wednesday, local bank originally..-borrowed
annual ,fried chicken dinner each ,voting expecting the judge to follow for new school buses.
'served to members by ClayCoop member after they have the recommendation of the "We have $44,000 and need
-1 employees. registered. Over a hundred Justice Department.. Federal 66000. If we pay for the high
_: -L At 1 p.m. the meeting will gifts will be given away at the approval of the most is man- school fencing from our own
i resume with introductions of close of the afternoon dated by a 1968 court order es- money, that's another $12,000

'12! '$ -, presentations board members and award the meeting. tablishing student positioning (See Page lotthe !)

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1976 Strawberry Queen To Be Chosen Sat. Night Senator speaker Lew for Brantley.the afternoon, Starke MaMonday in, Dies anion (drier


I)ne of those Bradford County ladies will be chosen to reign the county fair beginning!March 31, will crown the 1976 queen Brantley's topic will be an
us the new Strawberry Queen In the pageant scheduled for at the end of the pageant. update on the 1976 legislative L FreakAccident
and will include
Sdlurdd" night!( al H p.m. In the Bradford High School Contestants include, l-r. front: Christine Lewis Laura Kay session ]n
.\uililoriummlesUints. Thomas I'am Tucker, Kathy Locke. Back row: Karen subjects such as the state
<'< will bp judged on beauty and poise in street Jackson Darlene Stanch, Patricia Gainey Terry Hicks, budget, education, prisons,
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clothes. sportswear. evening gown and swimwear. Anna Marla Alvarez, Anne Allen. Margaret Ann Norman, and other areas.Following
1975! strawberry Queen Debra Junion who will reign over Carol Beam, Barbara Godwin and Jacqueline Smith. financial the reports manager'sand the Hunting

drawing for door prizes will beheld J
Lewis Francis Chaff, Jr., 31, A branch must have hit the
Polls will stay open until 7 died Monday morning, March trigger, discharging the
26th Annual County Fair p.m. when the report on 22, from a self-inflicted shotgun Bishop said. The butt
election results will be heard. shotgun blast received in an of the gun had to be on the
This Thursday's event has apparent hunting accident in ground and the barrel close to THURS.MARCH 25
also been tagged as "C.N Two-Buck Hunting Club Chaff's chest, he said.
Smith Appreciation Day" grounds off SR-100 south of "It's one of these freak BC PUBLIC HEALTH
Smith represents District 8 Starke. accidents," Bishop said. Chaff NURSE ADV. COUNCIL
Opens Next Wednesday and has served on the board of Chaff was breaking limbs was termed a good, safe Annual meeting
trustees since January, 1941, off a small bush to build a hunter. 8p.m.Agriculture.
which is over 35 years. blind from which to call The accident occurred in Bldg.
.L ... He will be presented a turkeys. It appeared Chaff's what is known to Two-Buck Public Invited
Just six days remain before available at each school until grounds. Admission Is free. A new ticket booth is locatedat plaque during the afternoon 12-gauge pump gun was Club members as the -----
of the 2bth annual Friday and at the Chamber of The exhibit will be manned by the north end of the fair- session for his dedicated leaning against a tree or IB his Hampton[ tract, about a mile FRIDAY, MARCH26
Bradford County Fair Commerce office until Tuesday members of the Bradford ground for convenience of service as a trustee and hand, according to Buddy off SR-100 down the Albert
expected to attract over 3.000 !March 30. County Senior Citizen's Club.A visitors using the new parkingarea former president of Clay Bishop, a member of the Two- Batten Road. MIDDLE SCHOOL
visitors on opening day next Thirty-two 4-H and FFA north of the highway Electric Cooperative. Buck Club, who found Chaff'sbody Club members found CHORUS CONCERT
Wednesday, March 31 steers have been entered in patrol! station. The three Trustees, up for l Monday afternoon with Chaff's truck Monday 7:30p: .m.
new parking lot will be the aid of bloodhounds from but couldn't call him
the Bradford-Union 4-H and re-election, were unopposed morning BMS Gym
The fair will be officially .FFA. Steer Show set at 7:30 visitors.ready for The convenience new lot, located of fair Gates to the fair will open to during the district Florida State Prison. out of the woods. Bloodhoundsfrom I Adults % .50
the found the body ,
opened at 11 a m. Wednesdaywhen pm. Friday. The steer sale north of the Fairgrounds will the public at 11 a.m. Wednes- prison Students $ .25
Miss Debra Jordan 1975 will be the highlight Saturdayat be lighted and patrolled by day, March 31. Paid admis- at 1:55: p.m. Monday.
Strawberry Queen snips a 7 p.m.The guards. Visitors are urged to sion begins at that hour. Gen- k ..e Chaff left home around 5 SOCK HOP
ribbon at the main gates. follow instructional signs on eral admission is 50 cents a.m. to hunt turkeys before Little Women Club
from 11 a.m. to 11 Wed- reporting to work at Clay 1.11:30p.m.Woman's: .
American Bicentennial the roadway in and out of the p.m. Electric in
Highlight of the opening Florida Exhibit will be on display new parking area to maximize nesday and from noon to 11 Cooperative where he Club
day the annual notary Club the full four days of the safety and minimize congestion p.m. Thursday through Satur- Keystone Heights of $1.25 per person
Rural.Urban Day dinner is fair at the entrance to the fair- of traffic. day.BRADFORD was supervisor construction. -----
scheduled between noon and 1 underground SAT. MARCH 27
officials called the
p.m. at the fairground. Rotar- Coop
tans will serve some 1,500 c Bradford Sheriff'sDepartment HEAD START
chicken dinners at $1.50 per around 11:25: FISH FRY
place. The 4-H and FFA beef LINTY AG D L I a.m. Monday to ask 11a.m.Sponsored.
cattle show is BUILDING Hi-WA assistance In locating their by
set at 7:30: p.m.
Wednesday ZD dependably prompt employee.Club Head Start PTA
Za members and Clay Adults $1.25Children
Farm and home product 0m Electric stood ready to form a .75
exhibits will be placed at the search party but the Tickets from
fairgrounds Tuesday night vOe4 0z bloodhounds found Chaff's parents or center
with judging expected to be body before it was necessary.
completed and ribbons on the 4SP'aC LIVE STOCK BARN Chaff's younger brother, FISH FRYSponsored
winning entries by the fair 1 I Steer Show Set April 2 Chester, 21, was killed a few by
opening. Livestock exhibits d 1 100JSa months ago in a boating Poor Boy's Gro.
will also be in place. g Jamie Whitehead, 8-year-old son of Mr. and !Mrs. Robert accident in Jacksonville. Lew Noon -:30 p.m.
\0\ I NOATHhXTAANCE Whitehead and a member of the Green Acres 4-11 Club, shows and Chet are the only: children Donation 11.50Proceed
The fair will run for four of Mr.and Mrs. Lewis Francis
1 I for
I, his 1,250 pound Angus-Limousin Cross steer to be shown and
days Wednesday-Saturday Chaff, Sr. of Ft. Lauderdale
r EXIT ONLY sold at the Bradford County Fair. The steer show is set Friday Softball equipmentCHRISTIAN
!March 31-April 3. with GATE
and varied activities planned.many April 2, at 7:30 p.m. The sale Is set at 7 p.m. Saturday, Robbery Here MOVIE
J April 3.Starke.
Highlight Thursday, MIDWAY j t ProbedA Hampton City Hall
Arrlll u Being 7:30: .
will be the appearance 1 Ir--I p.m.Sponsored
America, Miss Tawny Godin : $ ri Man, 61 Dies In CrashA strong arm robbery Is Calvary Baptist by
who will greet fair patrons x j under Investigation by the
from 3-5 p.m. and again from W Starke man, Arthur Cum- the driveway embankmentwith Starke Police Departmentwho Free AdmissionRUMMAGE
7-\\ p.m. The swine show and 5 l.J mings, 61, was killed Satur- its right front causing the was called to the DaiseyOil
sale Is set for 7 p.m. II I day, March 20, when his truck to become airborne and Service Station on US-301 SALE
I I pickup truck left US-301 near overturn The truck struck the north at 8:35: p.m. Monday, Theressa Fire Dept.
q l.-I Hawthorne, hit a driveway ground with its right side, March 22. SR-100, t-5 p.m.
embankment, became air overturned another Us times, said that
Friday, April 2, is children'sday The police report
Courtly Of
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at the fair. All children x II borne, and turned over several and came to rest on its left attendant Patrick McRae,
and high school students will W I II I times. side.Cummings' Starke was at the door of the Slje" (Sammunilif
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be admitted to the fairgrounds Cummings was thrown out address is listedas station when a man suddenly
free of charge from 2-7 p.m. ( FAIRGROUNDS) of the truck which was north- 703 Florida Street, Starke. jumped him, grabbed his coat, Slatf Rides on the midway are 50 bound on 301 when it left the There were no other pass took an undetermined amount *Now IHturod Up
cents, but advance price east edge of the roadway. The engers In the truck estimatedto of money, and then knocked Fodoral.O TO....140. .000 By .
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tickets at 20 cents each area truck travelled 524 feet, struck be traveling 63-70 mph. McRae to the floor ImuronuCor



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Bradford Hosp. Auxiliary County Baptist Nominates Hospital New in OfficersThe second vice-president, Mrs. Puce !%thd f71w Mw: !

Hospital Auxiliary nominateda Jacksonville.. J R. Kite; recoring secretary, 64.ide PI
new slate of officers at its Further plans and Ms Pam Fischer,
March meeting Monday nightat arrangements were discussedfor corresponding secretary,
the Methodist FellowshipHall. maintaining the Mrs. Louin Redding; clady3 Wooly SocUty Jilor,
hamburger booth at the treasurer, Mrs. Olin White. _. --
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:Mrs J.R. Kite, president, County Fair. It was voted to Preceding the business
presided over the meeting pay $25 to the Methodist meeting a covered dish supper Cindy Mitchell Bride-Elect David McRae
where the in-coming Church for use of the hall at was served. Mrs. Olin White Cheryl Armstrong And

president, Mrs Dave Shuford, the meetings. Mrs. Hazel and Mrs. Levon Andrews were Honored At Coke
and :Mrs Kite were appointed Carty of Keystone' Heightswas hostesses.DeniseWaddell. PartyMiss Repeat Vows at Garden Wedding
the district accepted as a new
delegates to member. Cindy Mitchell\, fianceof Holland,Denise Gissy, Debbie
meeting Wednesday at the It was further voted the Jim Hardee of Madison, Thomas and Mrs. Jimmy Miss Cheryl Ann Armstrongof

Auxiliary would furnish was honored at a "coke" Crosby, Jr.Others Gainesville, daughter of Dr.
Eastern Star curtains for the rooms in the Celebrates 5th party on Saturday morning, assisting in servingand and Mrs. Howard G.

old wing at the hospital.Mrs. given by \Misses Anne Haynes caring for the guests were Armstrong of Tallahassee, #:i "w .
Supper March 27 Linda Johns, Birthday March 20 Debbie Spengler and Gayle Misses Cindy Gissy, Barbara and David Russell McRae of .
nominating committee Hatcher at the home of the Valmski, Mrs. Lee Sparks, Gainesville, son of Mr. and ,
no. 224. chairman, presented the Little Denise Waddell, latter on East Call street. Mrs. Robert W Milner, Jr., Mrs James E. McRae of a 1
Starke chapter Arrangements of azaleas :Mrs. Don Neel, Mrs Charles iIrI I 1I ,
Order of the Eastern Star will following slate of officers daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Starke were united In
have a covered dish supper which were accepted: Waddell of Starke, celebratedher were used throughout the Darby, Mrs. L.F. Dinkins and marriage Saturday afternoon,
Saturday :March 27 at 7 p.m. president Mrs. Dave fifth birthday Saturday party rooms. Mrs. Charles Hardy. March 20, at 2:30: p.m. at the ,. ;
Masonic Hall Shuford; president-elect, Mrs. afternoon at the home of her Greeting the guests at the 150 guests were invited home of the bride's parents. I
in the : and their Drew Reddish, first vice- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. door were the hostesses who between the hours of 10 and 12. "
:Masons
All invited to attend. president Mrs. A C. Basford J B. Coleman, who reside at presented them to Miss The hostesses presented the Rev. Leo A. Hebert '.
families are ; Little Lake Geneva in Mitchell and her mother, Mrs. honoree with a corsage and an performed the nuptials on the .
arMA1 Keystone Heights. John F. Mitchell\ electric toaster-oven as a patio of the home where the V'f
Mrs. Carl Hurst and Mrs. memento of the occasion surrounding grounds were

I't The Raggedy Ann theme Drew Reddish invited the beautiful with colorful
was carried out. The birthday guests to the refreshmenttable. azaleas.
Sorority HoldsPreferential ,,, 'x ariw
Kentucky fried Chicken table was covered with a
Raggedy Ann cloth and was The dining room table was Mike McRae attended his

i > 301 NCPTH PHONE: S64.5126 accented by a Raggedy Ann covered with an imported Tea brother as best man. Brant
centerpiece. embroidered and lace table Turner of Gainesville, Marty
cloth and centered with an Sunday AfternoonGamma Armstrong of Tallahassee,

LOOK. Party favors and gifts were arrangement of pink azaleasin brother of the bride, and Rick
Theta and Xi Iota Johns of Starke ushers.
exchanged by Denise and the a crystal bowl. Silver trays were
WHAT THE Delta of Beta Sigma Phi
held dainty sandwiches and
ten guests that attended the Mrs. Brant Turner of
desserts. honored new rushees at a
party and hamburger Gainesville attended as
COLONEL'SOFFERING Preferential Tea Sunday
Inviting the guests into the
cookout
matron of honor. She wore a
family room were Mrs. Steve afternoon at the home of Mrs.

/ ,"VWH Assisting in serving the Byrd, Mrs. Joseph Gissy and Eve Godwin. chiffon floor length apricot and baby's silk r
New rushees Mrs. gown y a
are:
Denise'sgrandmother Mrs. James Reddish and they ", 1
children was lR hJ
y breath in her hair. She carrieda )
Kenneth G. Mrs. +
Thursday Mrs. Alice were also invited to the patio Morgan
Mrs. O.L. John E. Dukes, Mrs. Wayne nosegay of apricot colored
Coleman, her aunt. Mrs by Haynes, Jr. \Mrs
roses and white carnations.
.
Barbara Kirkland and Mrs. \.J. Spengler and Mrs. H.M. Blankenship, all of Starke; t.- .
Miss Sheryl Saville and ,
Friday Hatcher Jr"Cokes" Mrs. Billy Anders of Lawtey, '
Marcia Lee.Denise : 10'
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and Mrs. Van Sirmopouhs of Miss Susan Dyal of ,. '''
was also honored by were served on the
Tallahassee and Mrs. Willard .
Mr. and Mrs. David J. patio from a crystal punch Keystone Heights.The .
J S. Jackson, Jr. of Wilmington, '
SaturdaySPECIAL bowl.. Mixed tea table was covered
wi Kirkland at a birthday partyat colored azaleas Del. served as bridal :
with a white lace cloth and
McDonald's.Approximately. formed a garland around the
attendants. )
They were
"- 30 guests punch bowl. Serving cokes centered with an arrangementof r
gowned identically to the
attended the party where gifts were Misses Debbie Mitchell, spring flowers. Serving
honor attendant and worebaby's
sister of the bride-elect, Jan coffee was Mrs. Bobby : .o
were exchanged. '
Alvarez and assisting was breath in their hair and 'i : liIr'l.
carried
Mrs. Richard Little at the nosegays of
punch bowl.Members. carnations and roses.
olaf called betweenthe Given in marriage by her Russell David Mvltar
WE NOW HAVE ICE CREAMThurs l hours of 3 and 5 p.m Mrs.R. parents, the bride wore an
a Philip Nichols was original gown of candlelight
silk chiffon. The deep V- St. Edward's Installs
tm. | welcomed back after a leave
.
&
Hfyearning.
neckline and flowing petal
Fri Sat and Mrs. Arthur Loudon was a
guest. cape accented the snug New Officers March 21Following
bodice. The skirt was layered

CONES 15C with petals of the same Mass on March IHMS to begin equations for

Xi Iota Delta chiffon. She wore baby'sbreath 21, Reverend Kichard Howies .summer classes and the corning -
404 W. Madison St. Starke in her hair and carrieda installed Parish Countil officers >t'jrMis .

Closed Elected OfficersAt nosegay of apricot roses and : President Hit lid idUelty : Kithaid C'oss who
MILKSHAKES 25C Call For Appointment Sun f Mon white carnations. : Vice Presidl'nt1I's.: : selves on the Board for the
964-5221 (Next To Piggly Wiggly MeetingXi The reception was also held John Samons. and Str'retary special Diocesan Choir
3 is e.10 on the lawn. The bride's table, Mrs Jo''allcis1l'ng, mlormed the: council about
under a tent,was covered witha
Richard presided at tliuich
\\elty music
Iota Delta members held
white lace cloth and
their regular meeting March the meeting of the I'nuiiiil, :Miss Donna Samons as
centered with a three tiered :Monday l'V'lImltlal'ch:\ 22. Youth
r 16at the home of Mrs. William : III Activities Chairman
Hodge wedding cake topped by roses (he parish hall after: :Mass. gave" ideas on projects to
The following election of and baby's breath. Plans were discussed for involve young people in
The punch tables held hors Confirmation... when ,
officers was held: president, on \pl'll.lu) t Inn tli and community
d'oeuvres and
punch. liishop Paul Tanner Mill confer ..itfausMemheis
Mrs. Gene Cox vice-
;
Following a wedding trip to
this sjciainent: : viewed
blueprints
;1 B president, Mrs. Verl Best; New Orleans the couple is
recording secretary. Mrs.C Father Kithard. Howies of the new church which is to
W Slade; correspondng residing in Gainesville. gave plans for CCUtlasses) in lnH'ii' toiLstruilion t in the near.
Mr. McRae is employed at '' ,.
A .w the future "i.
f 1 ..,t, c'' it f n .,T secretary Mrs.\; Arthur the State Prison encouraging\ nieiii-: lulure., I !) Patray; treasurer, Mrs. Among the out-of-town !
William Hodge, extension guests were Mr. and Mrs. St. Edward's Holds \
officer, Mrs. Freedie Robert M McRae, Mr. and t

Stephens. Mrs. Dewayne McRae, Mr. Special Mass March 18 I
Girls of the year was voted and Mrs. Dale McRae, Mr.
on. She will be announce April and Mrs. Carl L. Johns and Kevercnd Father Richard Following '!'ass, St.
30 at the first anniversary and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward of Bowles toncelebralcd a s-pe- I'd"al'd'star; \ Society
awards banquet.The Starke; Mr and Mrs. Eugene vial :Mass with Bishop Paul hosted (the Spring Meeting of
; : next regular meeting Shaw of Orange Park, :Mr Tanner of JacksonvIlle Reverend the Gainesville Deanery. St.
MALONEElamourpEuic will be held April 6 at the and Mrs John A Gilman of J. Klannan Walsh and Augustine' I Diocesan Council

home of !Mrs Wayne Wynn, Hope Valley, R.I. and Mrs. Reverendilliain Kelly of CathullclImen.. !Mrs. David
1420 W. Pratt street. Sara Kurtz of Elmira, N.Y. Lake City on Thursdav. White president of the St.
March 18 .it. St. Jod: ard's Augustine !1KVU. installedthe
Retired Tee achers Hold Church the I.tUor at this following officers \to (the
!Mass was :Mis Lester Deanery: :Mrs John
InstallatiorThe Humphiies Mrs. Richard O'Malley:\ president: !Mrs
11n, l.B March 18
John Samims.
Coss was the: organist vice-president.:
Inluv ii-.il atvnig. (diiiinji I hi- -ii't twl tilt II 1tatuiV :Mis Francis Meng Ireasuier. -

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