Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
February 20, 1958
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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Market Meeting I To Appear At Rotary Club I i Council Moves School Board Winter READINGS FEB. LOW

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Set For Friday To Acquire '301 Extends Period Freezes 4th 3rd-28--245th 34 S '--- .

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thifd in series of meet- 8th329th31 3r
a TheBrings first cold wave of Florida's
ings being held to promote a plan ,. The Starke City Council at the School'Board Saturday be- worst winter on record poured t

for more successful operation of 4 } .-: Tuesday night meeting agreed, gan the necessary formal pre- down the peninsula the night of 10th-35

the Starke State Farmers Market on.the suggestion of Mayor W. liminaries to the proposed school December 11th. Unofficial read- llth-36 + : .,
will be held in the courthouse ,,, bond election by passing a resol- td y
of low
T. Jackson to raise the pay of ; ings as as 18 were recorded 12th-3t
Friday night, Feb. 21, at 7:30 ution requesting' official sanctionof
s F Patrolman in the county, but the lowest
Speight $5 week.
per j
m. the program by' the State : 13th-25
official reading was 22 at Camp
J. R. Kelly, chairman of the S The Mayor said that Speight had Board of Education. j lUh-2t
i.- Blanding weather station the
market advisory committee, urges b been. Chief o| Police i in Ocilla7 Ga. The resolution outlining the'' mornings of December 12 and on 13. 15th-35 ...--- .-;,. ...wl "__. 1.... .

all farmers who received crop and had experience as a police proposed program, will be for- Since that date there has been 16th-32
questionnaires turn them in at /A i. -: .r Fr officer in Virginia. warded to Tallahassee along with little if any relief for shivering Magnolia tree on the J. F. Jaudon lawn

this meeting unless they have already > E Mayor Jackson said that the the petitions signed by at least Floridians as one cold wave after 17thU18th22 was white, but not with bloom, as snow

mailed them in to the 2,1 school signs need repair and the 25 per cent of the freeholders another swept the state, attributed sprinkled the broad green leaves to make a

county agent. .4' aRyr Council decided to ask the. Coca- calling for the election. School largely to mammoth masses of 19th-25 pretty scene:
"It is of vital importance that rs Supt. Harmon Morgan told the
Cola Co. if they will donate -
I a cold air building up over Canada.January's .
these questionnaires be filled out sign as they have done. In the board that he believed the required -
c-r cold broke all known
and returned," Kelly said, "for i i past. If this cannot be obtainedit number of property holders records for that month, and February i As Deadline Is Extended

it is upon this information that 4 II was agreed to buy paint and had signed the petitions, thougnall so far, seems likely to
the State will base its decision of of them had not been returned I II
whether or not to place a full- repair the signs. to his office and accurate I follow suit. In fact, the first 19
: an
time manager at the Starke: mar- thig:4;: Another matter' brought up by count gained. I days of February chalked up a I 1,000 Qualified For Bond BallotingMore

Jackson was pay for the man total of 11, mornings when the
ket .this season who testified in the recent liquor The Board agreed to keep the temperature dropper to 32 or below -
At a previous meeting. R. convictionCeases. was decided registration books open until 14 than a thousand freeholders nounced yesterday,
at the official weather station
Alvarez, assistant director 3Ilss Pat Iunn, 1938 Festival of Florida Products Queen pictured Nn.beore the election, .
_to appropriate? for the witness' atth Ciy( Light.-Water plant. are now qualified 4n the A flurry of activity""almost
:fixateMarkfts .Sald. ... .. B.\\above>among: thetro'pl' t flow era,at..beaattZCCypressGardenswlfl{ ; since he put to about"10 hours on mum time required'Dy last for Tuesday morning, Feb. 18, was county's-le-'re-'registraCon'and may doubled the total number of registrants

?t ager would be provided if appear: at the Starkeuotary Club on Wednesday, Feb 26. the work.A them to be closed before the vot- the coldest.since Dec. 12, with vote in the forthcoming school last weekend as the expected -

ers in the area served by the 'An able 8pt"aker.1Uss Dunn has demonstrated her ability in rev plat for a new subdivision to ing the mercury dropping to the same bond election. Supervisor of Re- deadline of Feb. 15 ap-

Starke market would indicate rent American Legion contests and the has also appeared on many be called Parkwood was approvedby The exact 'date for the closingof 22-degree low mark previouslyset gistration Marian L., Crosby an- proached. Last, minute action by
of vari-
that a sufficient acreage to radio and television shows as a commentator and guest. In her appearance the Council subject to the ap- the registration books could by the earlier cold wave. the School Board meeting last

ous crops the would be planted volume here she will discuss the 1938 Festival of Florida Products! proval of Surveyor M.Q. McMillan net be set, however, since the Most spectacular evidence of One-Side ParkingOn Saturday morning, advanced the
provide necessary date of the election cannot be established deadline, however, for an indefinite -
and the Board of Adjustment.The 'season that will
Action will also be taken atPriday.s i statewide promotion designed to acquaint the nation with all a undoubtedly go
new .subdivision will be in until the resolution is down in history as "the cold winter North WalnutIs period.
recommend- and manufactured in the state. ..
meeting on things grown
committeethat the western part nt v_ town behind returned from Tallahassee. Mor- of 1958" came Thursday morn- The board decided to keep the

ations by the advisory here the Guy Andrews residence and gan indicated a belief, though : ing, Feb.. 13, when Bradford Coun- books open for at least anothertwo

strawberry crate growers pack School Head Discusses I running up to Saratoga Heights. that the books would remain open I tians awoke to find the ground Proposed weeks from last Saturday,
adopt the 24-pint fpr :
The extension of water and for another two weeks or longer. with the final closing date to be
liberally sprinkled with snow. The I I I
and that the mar-
ing purposes lights to new homes to be built Morg'IlIsaid that after the resolution The Starke City Council passeda announced when the actual dateof
"strange white stuff was bankedup
ket The have Friday federal meeting inspection.lull be The Case Of The Shivering Studentsbuildings. by "Pee Wee" Williams in the I ;is approved by'the State in some places deep enough to resolution at their meeting the bond election is finally set.

Reno section will be made. Williams -' Board,, the election must be advertised Tuesday night to prohibit all There will be no more registering
all growers give local! youngsters their
open to the public and plans several homes for the for four weeks before it many parking on the east side of Wal- in the precincts, as the books
I first chance of a lifetime to make
buyers and businessmen are
IWith this winter's recordbreaking ing facilities been provided for can be held. snowballs.It nut St. from Jackson ,St. northto were gathered in Monday from
invited to attend.
cold the main topic of con- these people? area.A resolution to acquire rights- In other action the Board discussed -: was the nearest thing to a Washington. The regulationwill deputy registration officers.

FFA, Bull Places versation School SuperintendentH. .-The 6th grade is attendingin of-way on Highway 301 within the hiring; of a fiscal agentto measurable amount of snow here go into effect March 5 but Anyone wishing to register now
: P. Morgan yesterday answereda an old frame building that has aU interested citizens are invitedto must apply to the supervisor in
the city ,limits was passed. The handle the bond matters, and since Feb. 14, 1899 esti-
Second At Fair series of question on the inad- many cracks and openings so that amount is' not to exceed 35000. requested that several be contact- mated two inches of snow blanketed be at the City Council meet- the office of clerk of the circuit

equate heating in some school ;.it is impossible to keen the cold ,I."h. ..,ill h.. d ed ".. _1 ing at the City Hall on March 4 court in Starke.
J.**ethe\ money n Wt'* a vane W J CU kU present their programs!: atthe Starke and, due to the extreme
Student Prince IXt twoyearold air out long enough to properly State and will be repaid out next Board meeting. cold, remained on the ground for at 7 1 p. m. if they have any objections Mrs. Crosby announced the total

Black Angus bull owned by Q.-Is it true that 5th and 6th heat the building. of the City Bridge and Road fund to this new regulation.At number of freeholders now
several days. Flurries of ,flakes
the Starke Chapter Future ,Farm grade children are being forcedto Q.-If this building is to be of ten the request of the Woman's registered in each of the county'seight

ers of America, placed second in attend school in classroomsthat used, what can be > done about over a period years. Heart Sunday have fallen here several times in Club a parking space will be reserved precincts as follows: Law- _

competition at the State Fair in are not properly heated? providing the necessary heat? It was agreed by the Council to intervening years, but have usually 'on Jefferson St. on 'the tey, 136; North Starke, 464;

Tampa last week and was pre- i A.-Yes. I understand that A":-:This building should be refer a letter from L. H.. Gibson Drive To SparkCampaign melted on contact with the southside of the club for the con- South Starke, 242; Graham 18;

sented a red ribbon. The Chapterwas their teeth chatter so loudly that weather-stripped, insulated, anda concerning lights at Memorial ground. Last week's snow remain- venience of members for loadingand Hunpton. 63; Theressa, 40; New
,.Field for baseball as part of the I Continued on Page 41 River, 28 Broker 45.
also awarded $7.50 in prize recitations cannot be heard, and central steam heating unit pro- Here unloading. ;
recreational program to the new
money.** the teachers have suffered so vided in order to give adequate -
Billy Dampier, who has been badly that at least one of them heat. Recreation Committee.All .

in charge of care of the bull since has threatened to return to TennesSee Q.-If school' officials know members were present at The 1958Heart, Fund campaignwill

last October, accompanied Student -- to get warm: I I what is needed why was, it not the meeting except CouncilmanJ. reach a peak on Sunday Feb. F w

Prince to the Fair. Q.-Why haven't proper heat- !done before ,this cold weather D. Doyle, who is ill. 23, when members of the Starke
Woman's Club and volunteers, k
came? ( ;
assisted by the.. Little Women _"
To Pull New Industry A.-The,School Board did not I
will spread through"every sectionof f
Goldwire Placed d dOn
job.have the $1 ,OOO needed to do the I. Starke in a door-to-door collection ctt L

Labor Basic ToldAn ,Q.-Well, what about the 5th of 'contributions between _
Survey Step Group 1 and 4 m.
p. 'l
grade? Isn't that ai good, sound All-Star TeamMike

:brick building in which they are "As we approach Heart Sunday,

up-to-date labor survey is the,speaker did not recommend i located? each of us has the individual responsibfty' -

the first step necessary, if Starke making all-out concessions such as A.-Yes. The 5th grade is in a Goldwire of the Bradford .of supporting this .0 ;

hopes to attract new industry, This a free building, free taxes, etc. good building, but !the boiler is High Tornadoes has been.selected effort to 'safeguard our ''hearts

was the advice given a group of i Very few plant sites are determined 'not large enough to heat all the to play for the North Team in the and the hearts of those we love,"

Chamber of, Commerce 'and. business -i :,by such concessions, Lancroftsaid classrooms that are, connected. to annual North-South All-Star foot- Mrs. James A. Lewis drive chair-
and industries do not man, said. "By the size of our
leaders Monday night byRobert' many it, ball game to be played next August -
J. ..Lancroft industrial engineer II expect them. It might be necessary Q.-If the heating in these Coach Lennard Register announced gifts we determine the amountof

with the Florida Develop in some instances, however rcoms has been a source of trou- yesterday... _. I research-- that can be carried
ment Commission, at a meeting in to erect, a building and lease it I ble for years why hasn't some- .on In the quest of new heartknowledge I
the courhouse. to the new industry, and hold out thing been done about it? Goldwire was chosen by a vote i and the extent to
of the district coaches at their
other minor inducements in orderto Everything" possible has which this new knowledge can _
industries in the''north
Many ,
meeting in of Feb. 8.
are still interested in moving meet competition offered by been tried except the purchase of There are 17 schools in .the be passed to our physicians for E g
towns in other states that are also boiler. our benefit and for the benefit of
a new
South, Mr Lancroft said, but fourth district. Only eight boys
towns expecting to land them eager'for new" industry.Mr. Q.-Why hasn't the school were chosen to represent these .17 our families and neighbors"Each
recommended board bought new' boiler if thatis cf the volunteers will visit
when. Lancroft con a was
must be ready to negotiate schools, and Goldwire the'on- '
what is needed? several homes, wearing a circular --- r
ducting a labor survey as soon as
the Industry is ready to talk bus- ly tackle selected from the fourth
by a" form A.-The board did have the identification tag and carrying a
iness. Industrialists lose,interest possible having printed not district. He is the second boy
and distributed through the school necessary $5.000 for' a new boiler., supply of, contribution envelopes.
and move on to another location ever to receive this high honor
He said: this had been done in Q.-Why doesn't the board ,do The householder seals his contri-!
unless they can be given an- from Bradford High SchoolCoach -
other places, with students takingthe something about raisingtunds'for bution in the. envelope and need
swers to certain questions'withouta
said "His
forms home to their parents, some of these necessary projects? Register : net divulge the amount of his
great loss of time, Lancroft declared. coaches, teachers, and all of
who would return them, when A.-For years the school people Bradford County can well be gift. from left) is seen above presenting ing the supper was given a. Scout

labor completed, to the Chamber of have been saying that more funds proud of Mike. Here's hoping he Volunteers will also carry self- Rotarians Fete lease to Scoutmaster David emblem key chain as a souvenir.
In addition to a complete'
needed but when 'any which
were pro- addressed mail-in envelopes
Commerce. Others in photo are After the the Scouts
industry will help the North team to vic- Montgomery. supper presented
towns seeking new -
survey posal for raising tax that
additional families
must have some organizationthat J., R. Bullington C of C president tory in the annual state game in they will leave for ((1-r) Robert Edmondson Rocket a program, including a
funds or bond monies is submitted home collection
who presided at Monday's Gainesville some time in August. are not during 70 Scouts Patrol leader; Ed Cole, Explorer knot-tying contest and demonsta-
will spearhead negotiations they are always told that the hours. These can be mailed to S. Troop ;
meeting, called another session for Scout advisor; Lou Hillendahl, tions of artificial respiration and
with the prospective'industry and money is not needed and. that L. Peek Jr., treasurer of the cam-
Monday night Feb. 24. at 7:30 in I Chairman Troop Committee; Hank starting fire without matches. The
To MeetCarl
do with authority. The com- without additional Masons "
BO. .they can get by paign.
the courtroom. Plans for going ,- Present Lease Graham Junior Assistant Scout- knot contest wax won by Jack
munity must also be willing to tax funds.
ahead with the labor and master Cal Smith Black Hawk
survey : Hurst. Worshipful Master, ; : McComb.
cooperate with the new industryby Q.-Is it not true that the BANK HOLIDAYThe I
insuring a training program to other steps necessary to get school can get by' without ,additional announces Bradford Lodge No. Patrol leader; and Steve Williams, Food for the supper was donated -

provide capable personnel for the Starke in line for new industrywill tax-on bond funds? 35, F. & A. M. will confer the Community-State Bank of Highlight of the Rotary-Scout Woodpecker Patrol leader. by Lawson's :Market George

operation. Lancroft said. be made at this time,.Bulling Master Masons Degree on Mon- Starke and j the .Florida Bank at supper last Thursday night was The Rotarians also presentedthe
ton said. All interested persons, A.-Yes. If people do nbt object day, Feb. 24. Preceding!' the meet- Starke will not be open for business the presentation to Troop 70 of a Scouts with a check for $100to Kopelousos, Herb Thomas Kenneth

Although Florida is up against and especially members of the to their children attending a. ing, a smoked mullet supper will on Saturday Feb., 22, Geor- to the property on be used for needed repairs on Fuqua Winn-Dixie Store,

stiff competition from other elates Chamber: of Commerce, are urgedto school that is cold, unclean, overcrowded be served at 7 p. m. All Master ge Washington's birthday a legal which their located. Rotary the Scout hut and necessary What-A-Burger and Foremast

in competing tor new industries attend this meeting. and poorly.equipped Masons are invited to attend. holiday in Florida President A: J. Thomas Jr. (third equipment. Each Scout attend- Dairies* _



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\O. Court NOTICE OF SUIT benefit of her grantees by warranty
By Marian L. Crosby. D. C TIlE STATE OF FLORIDATo deed.March
CLYDE CARTER.Plaintiff. 2/7 4t 2/28 : 3. 1958. is the return day of
editorial Farmer'sa ., this Notice and you are hereby required
V. MARY SMITH, any and all unknown to file personally or by attorney
W. J. REDIXGTOX, .Alive.. I. Circuit Court Bradford County. heirs at law or devisees of ) with the Clerk of said Court,
and If. Dead to rue Unknown Florida la Cia...",.. JULIA C. "FITCH deceased' MARYE. your answer or other defenses, if any,
By. Sam MeGarvey, Heirs Devisees Legatees! or KATHRYN. B. TO PKL'\'S. Plaintiff BARLOW and any and aU unknown to the Complaint in saul suit. of orbefore
Grantees, Defendant. vs. heirs at law br devisees! of the said Srd day of March
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: JIMMY: N. TOMPKIXS. DefendantCase JOHN C. STOUGHTON. deceased J. 1J5S, and at the same time serve a
JUftstrotfca Time ExtendedDue business. W. J. 'Redington. If Alive, and if No 1S-477 S. BENNETT JOHN BENNETT copy thereof upon JENKINS & JENKINS. -
Dead to His Unknown Htirs.sDev&ets, ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND.oi and wife CARRIE B. BENNETT \ 224 S. W. !rid Avenue Games-
He reported 10. miles of tomatoes Legatees, or Grantees i NOTICE TO APPEAR HASKELL G. REMBERT and HAYNES title. Florida. Attorneys for Plaintiff
to the slowness of Bradford County free- frozen along the highwaynear Defendants. Greetings; : State Of Florida To: R. :MAHONEY. co-partners doing HEREIN FAIL NOT or Judgment
You are hereby notified that a pro- Jimmy N. Tompkins, whose residence business under the firm name and will be entered against you by de
holders to register for the forthcoming school ,Homestead. and, in other ceeding, to quiet title has ben broughtin is Charlotte North Carolina. stile of Highland Lumber Company fault. .
beans blooming when the Circuit Court for Bradford and whose address is Rt 1 Box 816, Carrie E. Fitch, and the respective- THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELE.
election, the School Board, in special session last areas green County Florida against all persons Charlotte. North' Carolina. known spouses of each of the above GRAPH, a newspaper of general circulation
only 4" high and they've probably claiming any estate' right title or interest You are required to appear on named defendants if living and if in Bradford County Florida,
Saturday; decided to extend the registration been killed now,] pepper in in or lien upon, the following March S. 1958. In.the above named dead their respective unknown spouses Is hereby designated as the newspaper -
deadline for at least two more weeks. described real property, situate in Court and cause therein plaintiff heirs, devisees grantees or assigns; in which this notice shah} be
sal! shape near Plant City, and Bradford County. Florida. to- .'it: seeks divorce,. care custody and con- THE FLORIDA LAND AND IMMIGRATION published once a week for four publications -
The apathetic attitude of the public on this squash bringing $14 a hamper. Northeast one-quarter (N'E 1H) 'of trot of minor child. COMPAXY. also known as prior to said Srd day; of
(SE 1V) Florida Land and Immigration Company -
the Southeast one-quarter Telegraph shall! :March A. D. 1J5V!
Bradford County
issue i is hard to understand. Where such basic Out car Blondle was really (NE of expired Florida.
a cf the Northeast one-quarter publish this Order. In nert four weekly Florida an WITNESS my hand and the seal of
issues as the welfare of our schools, on one hand, blonde this week for last ThursWhen one, man remarked on 114) of Smtlon Thirty-six (36) I'liues. Corporation Its unknown grantee and said Court at Starke Bradford Cpun-.
and all
Township Five (5) South. Range hand and official seal successors and assigns any ty. Florida this 25 day of January.A.
and the payment of increased taxes, on the other, day morning she wore a mantle the high price for squash the Twenty-two (!%) East, containing at Witness Starke. my Florida this. 2S January unknown persons or parties claiming' D. 1958.OFFICIAL! .
of real, old-fashioned snow, the grower said: "I've figured it up, (10) acres, more or lef-s subject to I bv. through, under or against any of ( SEAL)
are involved, we would naturally expect strong the road right of way of State Road 1958.OFFICIAL SEAL) .I the above named defendants; and Charles A. Darby as Clerk of said
first Sam has seen in nine years. and in order for me to just break III. Charles A. Darby As clerk of saidCourt any and all unkown persons or parties Circuit Court.
It be
to be engendered. might expected
feelings even. I'd have to get $132 a ham- and you are hereby required to file I I claiming any right title or interest By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
that a considerable segment of the public wouldbe with the Clerk of said Court your By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. I in and to the following described I Jenkins 4 Jenkins
Just imagine a snowfall here per for my squash. written appearance (personally, or by Charles R. Hess lands in Bradford County. Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff
violently "pro, while another bloc could in Bradford County, the first to *, attorney in said proceeding, on or 204 Guaranty Life Building! via: I 224 S. W. :nil Avenue
the 10th day of March A. D. 2, Fla. The Southeast quarter of the Southeast Gainesville, Florida
l fore
reasonably be expected to be strongly "con. But amount to anything in 59 years, According to this same source, Inl! and thereafter to file son-ice on Jacksonville Attorney For Plaintiff. quarter (SE 1.. of SE 1-4) of "St4t 2'!t
the fact that.the vast majority of voters has so We heard that this winter would the berry crop at Plant City has tW fpoosin i! counsel and file with 1130 H i20! Section: Fourteen (14). Township
Clerk written defenses If Five (5V! South. Rang Twenty-two CARD OF TIIAXKS
far exhibited not enough interest either way to be a tough one but just think of been hard hit. and he says they any to. the your Complaint at the times (JJ) East, lying West of the right
register in order to be eligible to votethat's not one but TWQ snows in the are figuring on a late crop to sell prescribed bv law therein setting. ,up 'J. The Circuit. Court Clrrait of, In Florida. And* of way. .. of Seaboard Air Line Railroad We wish! to express our
even estate rirht. title or lnt T">t in, riclllh J Uilil ? "=s the rights of way of to everyone for every
has long to be remembered winter of to the cold. pack people, "There'll1958. the lien unon. the above described pronertv For Bradford County. In ("Imncrrjr.AMAXDA State Highway Xo. S-125 and U. S.Hirhwav tppreciation
what puzzled. or the
us .t : BLACKBURN, Xo SOI.) act of kindness shown during
be no fresh berries from; there claimed bv }'ou. Herein fail Ti :
Now that the registration deadline has been S o oWe or Jn<1en w>T will be entered against a widow, for her own use YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat illness and death of our husbandand
said. [But that
this he
year, .l.'''nlt_ and benefit and the use a suit has ben filed against you
extended for at least two weeks, however, there, talked to Mrs. A. H. Harley only one man's opinion, neat yon wiTNESS: mv hand and the seal of and benefit of her ran- in the Circuit Court of Bradford father. John (Son) E. Rosier.
is that the of unregistered freeholders miMO"urt of Stark. Florida, this SIT toes bv warranty deed. County. Florida. In Chancery In For the beautiful flowers, songs
hope great mass church Sunday, and she said member 195e.CmCCTT Plaintiff SUIT TO which the plaintiff Amanda Blackburn -
will at last realize their responsibilityand that exactly 59 years ago this' (-.ft..rv. COURT SEAL) vs. QUIET TITLE a widow seeks to quiet title to and words of comfort. Wife and
MARY SMITH et aU the above described lands for'her own
qualify themselves to vote on this matter week her mother woke her up Bet a lot of old timers can remember As Charter Clerk A.of Darby.the above Ptvled Defendants. usa and benefit and for the use and Children.

that will affect the future of our county for yearsto one morning and said: "Get up back when cotton was .. --- -
and see it snowing.' king around here: Now there is
come.. No matter what your convictions, you
only one allotment for long-
entitled to them but won't be
are express you
Creepfeeding calves pays off staple cotton in the countyfor -
able to_do so unless you register and soon! one cattle raiser. He told us owned by J. V. Edwards, out near

last week that by creepfeeding he Brooker.
Sliced Breakfast
Super-Right Top Quality LB
gets better calves, can wean
Return Those QuestionnairesNow month earlier, and they weight The tobacco plant outlook! not

on an average of 75 Ibs. more very good, at least at this time.

in the hands of our farmers are questionnaires than others not creepfed. Talked to Fred Clark agronomistHe C
said the calves 'that were at the Expirement Station, last
asking them to list the approximate acre-
fed weighed 375 average, at six week and he said that the plants BALXTh 59Cap
of the various intend to
they plant
ages crop months and brought 24.50 are in a critical stage right now.

,for the market this spring. Upon the response $25.50 at the market, while those He said some seed has been in

to these questionnaires depends the decision of I not fed weighed about 300 Ibs. the ground for 60 days and that

whether or not the State 'Department of Agriculture and brought only $14 $15. it has barely sprouted and grown

will provide a full time ,market manager ., .S an inch. ,
,for the Starke State Farmers Market. Another farmer's market committee -
week and we So far as we know, the Feb. 14 .. .
Growers in the area served by the Starke meeting ':' : :" j
market have nothing to lose and everything to hope that aft concerned will show planting date went by withoutup

I gain by signing these questionnaires promptlyand and try to'keep we've the talked ball to rollany is -Only"daring crops we frost"know by are. in the. n. Johns! Quick Frozen. .Perch or LB PKG.

returning Jhem to County Agent G. T. Hug- convinced. Everyone that we can have a ground are some Irish potatoes

gins. There is nothing binding about the information good market here, and it will be over at Brooker, and some watermelon

given it, is simply desired in order to a matter of cooperation and planted in Alachua County. C

gain some idea as to whether or not there will work to put it over. S .

be sufficient, acreage of, various crops in the Usually people brag about how

Starke market area warrant the employment Got a first hand report this- many chickens eggs, but they Garnet get from Studer their at COD FILLETS 35

of a, full time market manager here this season. week from a seed company through representative the least told the truth about an old

We hope that by the time this is in print, most southern part who of travels the state and he hen she has. She said the old gal

farmers who receive these questionnaires will said that what has happened will is ,11, and that she lays about !

have filled them out and returned them to the a number of growers out of three eggs a year!

county agent's office. Any who have not doneso PIg Of Bradford >OT[('}: TO APPEAR i' "'

however, should respond at once, or bring -uat The Clri-Blt' Florida.Court I. Ch......"". To: E\elvn BredaL whose residenceis New
1 705 Fifth Avenue ..
the filled-out questionnaire with them when J, )[. EDWARDS and LUCILLE C.
they -
EDWARDS, his wife, York and wlvse address" is Clo! of ,
come to the market meeting. in the courthouse Plaintiffs, Tr>'gve Hastad, 7.405 Fifth' AvenueSEA1 -:: h -
Friday night. \RD AIR LINE RAILROAD Brooklyn You are, New hreoy York notified tnat a suit .Ann Page 1LB GLASS
The meeting this Friday will be the third in COMPANY, et a I.. for dixorce has been filed against you "
Defendants.OTICK In the above named Court and cause
&series now being held in an effort to adopt some TO DEFEND
plan for the. improved operation of the Starke I. The Xaate of the State of Florida and you are required pleading to serve to a copy them C
To James Rodman Struth a minor, of your answer or
market. It is a general_meeting, and all farm w residing at Young Harris Florida College RailLyold: complaint Bass.on 210 the Clark Plaintiffs Building:Attorney Jack-
(let gie
Young Harris ;
ers, buyers, and business men are urged to at- roiul Company now known as Atlantic son ville! 2, Florida original in 'the office of HONEY
Wt'IItlndia Transit Company, and file the 87
Gulf; and
tend. a Florida corporation: L. C. Prescott the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ,or
Julia C. Preseott. J. S. Lane, Lebtfore the 10 day of March, 1W! ;
nora Hollister, Franklin Jordan, Albert .othewiee the allegations of said Com
H. Mitchell, Franklin Jordan, : taken as confessed by \
will be -
Jr. Mary J. Mitchell\ James T. plaint --
We Have A Choice Soutter' John :McRae, if alive, and yon.Thin notice shall be published once JIM DANDY QnCKGRits .
If. any of the above named -persons (each .,.,i>ek for four consecutive weeks
be. dead then to the unknown
The American Legion is sparking a drive to heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees, in Dated th Bradford'! thin :31 County div of J Telegraph.' 'uary. 1958. .
haveall Starke business houses creditors or other persons claimingany I deCIRCUIT COURT SEAL) -
display flags
on int *est in the hereinafter
scribed property by, through unM1Arl.. A. Darby. Clerk of. the Circuit Ann Page 2LB. GLASS
Washington's birthday Feb 22.
der or against each such deceased; Court. ,2 L40Z pIP{ $ 21C
We with the that the show- and John McRae
agree Legion poor James T. Soutter Bv Marian L. Crosby, Deputyas :
Railroad' -
ing of flags along Call Street on holidays in reCent Company Trustees, and of all\ Florida.persons claiming Clerk 217 4t 2128

doesn't speak too well for the patriotic any interest in and to said property Preserves 55
years -
by, through, under or against ANN PAGE PORK & AprIcot
spirit which, such occasions are supposed to each and every such trustees; the IB The Clrrvit Court,.Elfhth Judicial
unknown heirs devisees, legatees, Circuit Of Florida Ia .And For BEANS
engender.In grantees creditors and other per1Iradl.rd County
countries could such display sons claiming any interest in said
some we name; a -
property by through
would not be a matter of choice it wouldbe against each Mary J. Jordan, de-
ceased, Elmo Rodman Struth, de- 1 Ib) can | jjc
"put out your flag, or else ceased, and l Itat r ; aeadministrator I Dromedary Gingerbread
The mere fact that we. are not forced to do the Mary
J_ Jordan, deceased; and to all
these things should be all the.. more reason we persons having or claiming any COMBINE

should do them spontaneously) and of our own right, title lands or interest situate in and in to Bradford thefollowing SUNSHINE I1YDROXCOOKIES c

crag will. County Florida to-wit: I
From the !SW corner of NW4of
SEE of Sec. !9, Twp. 6 S.. R. ,90Z
22 E.,. run North 629 feet, thencerun M IX 2 4
East 210 feet TO A POINTOF ALL L L PKGS.Our .

, Are, You 'Fit' To Urine? 367 BEGINNING feet, thence,run thence North run 1 East degree 7 OZ pkg 23C

East 201 .feet to South line
of right of way of State Road
Although you may have a good driving safety 100. thence run West along said
record and feel that health is excellent South line 370 feet thence run RED HEART
your South 1 degree East 196 feet to YOUR
there may stilt be conditions under which you Point "of Beginning, being in DOG FOOD
NW4 of SEH, of Sec. 23, Twp.
are unfit to sit behind the wheel. *t S., R. 23 E., containing 1.69 Finest Quality Solid Pack A&P

This warning comes, from the ,American Medical acres more or less: 25c'I
Association,which lists the following as some notified that a: suit in equity Ibcan 15c 7
been brought against you and LouBILL.I L l S LIGHT MEAT TUNA can

of the driver factors; dangerous that can: make an otherwise ,capable of Air ella you Line T. Struth and Railroad also Individually against Company, ; t ,

Emotional upsets:, If you can't keep your mind guardian of the person and, property -,*' FACIAL' TISSUEKLEENEX
of James Rodman Struth a
Libby's Fancy
on the wheel and off your worries,. you shouldn't or, Merrill Struth -and Katheryn
Louella Struth a minor, as defendants -:

General attitude.. Some drivers feel that the said suit; Is that to the remove relief clouds sought from In CORNED BEEF HASH 1 1-Ibcan 33c
and Quiet and confirm plaintiffs'title 100 double
other fellow is always wrong; some are ,,aggressive to the above described lands L LOANS"Polks S 2,29c,

and intolerant. They need to grow up men as.thereto an indefeasible against the fee claims simple of title you: ,

tally T- become mature in their thinking. each of you; and you are sumo Ann PageKETCHUP
moned. ordered and required to file
Sleepiness., Dozing is not restricted to night your written answer or defenses to-; KITCHEN CHARM
driving. On long trips the driver should rest the complaint in said cause in the: '
office of the undersigned Clerk of,: UPTO WAXED PAPER
every two hours and drink coffee or cola to stay said Court at Starke Florida on re. 14oz.bptl 2 for35c
or before the 2iih day of March,
alert.Medicines. 1958, and to serve a copy thereof:

Some medicines, including sedatives on Hollis,\ whose V. Knjght address plaintiffs is Starke attorney .; 100 ft roll 19c '

,, tranquilizers, cold tablets,. ,etc may dull Florida on or. before said date, as h"
required by the Laws of Florida $600 PINEAPPLES each
reflexes or impair co-ordination. Stimulants may and the 1954 Florida Rules of Civil 4t 25c>

make a person nervous. Consult youtdoctor decree Procedure pro confesso If you fair will to be so entered do. a. SUI YFIELD

about the side effect? of drugs. against you for the relief demand* .

Other hazards listed by the AMA, include ed It in is the hereby complaint.ordered that this order *' i

faulty vision, certain nerve and heart .disorders, and a week notice for shall four be consecutive publishedonce rREn1A1 APPLES fca% .4166 bag 45c

diabetes, old age and.- of, course drinking intoxicating weeks In the Bradford County TeU "Polks] Find Us Friendly"
egraph, a newspaper published in
liquors. Bradford County, Florida and hay-
'AU of these .special conditions ,can result in ing a general circulation In said

Special hazards, and all require preventive County.said WITNESS Circuit my Court hand of as Clerk Bradford of ,. LOCAL! "FINANCE. : IONAMUSTARD BANANAS per pound lOc 1 j

tne3 ur s. It's a case where knowing ourselves County Florida and the seal of -

and adingaccordingly cooler.produce a hearten said Court at Starke, Bradford i GREENS
t'ounty. Florida, on the 15th day of '
ing drop in the frightful rate of highway car February A.D. 1953.CJRl'UIT r .COMPANY '

nage. ( CHARLES COURT::, A.SEAL DARBY) ,303'tan' LETTUCE lheadstor f 25cCLEANSER

- _n._ Bradford Clerk of County Circuit, Florida.Court of fc() I
Hollis 1'. Knight Attorney for ,114 N. Walnut, St. <

THE.. B SUbfcORQ CQU'MTY.TELEG RAPrifpgy Plaintiffs. ',%::0 U JilJ: ((3 Doors from Post Office) A-JAX

.M. ESt.187*
NOTICE TO DEFEND Phones 580 .and 581

f .' D FLORIDA'S 'oLDl;"'tTllL'li6l'IVN'1l: !. fruit Court, Bradford Cout/, : 412 .lisit

... l'i'i'R Vl'BI.fslIKU: CON LTYCr'LY riurMv U thMtrry; his Marguerite Halt, '
.r.,.,3W* OLA. '.BREDAL, 2.teScaus 25C st.r.5Fbrid.
t:>DKR: -TilE. S.\&tt 36Ax' HEAu \ridintiff8, : Manager : :

F.*li..htd tUrh, TI.r..d, Kytrre an s.....* riau' Matter R1'RLYBREDAIJ ,. t.., "
-!*. 1h. Wit 'ffrrire at'S-tar1.i<. VTa. n.d.r Art of Kar.'3, 147i.! lj -- -
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anniversary was -Feb. It. c.-srss.sss.n-.n- Sfl SttrtspssssssrsrsssJspssppp'V others..Here's how they stack up: I lum, director; of the children's-1!:i Junior Choir rehear rill be
The next scheduled special Red Delicious valued to eat I choir is asking all parents, to held at the church: on Thursday:

meeting will be Friday,,March J4, .Home Demonstration out of hand. Good for salads. r send their children for rehearsalon I February 27, if &.l is,not too cold

I when the Southeastern Bible Col- f" .', JkVt '. ., Golden Delicious excellentfor Monday. Wednesday and Fri i according to president Willie

CHURCH NEWS .lege will be present for a one Notes" eating out of hand. Good for day. They are still practicing for Green. Special praytl serviee is

night service. byDOROTHY salads since it doesn't brown so the Crusade for Christ big broad being sponsored by the Missionary

n !, easily. cast. Sister E. J. Givens, reporter. Society on Friday at the church
.vvvvvvvvivyvyywivmv\ &J ROSS Jonathan excellent for eat- Calvary Baptist Church under the direction of the president -
Home Demonstration Agent ing out of hand. A good general Calvary Baptist Church, Rev. Sister Sarah Jenkins. The

I Methodist ChurchChurch .HAMPTON purpose apple. Very good for pies George Lee Pastor will hold, regular public is invited to attend Joan
Presbyterian ChurchFriday 4-Her's Go To State Fair ficers, and plan for the forthcoming and sauce. service on Sunday starting Jenkins, reporter.

School for all 9:45 Last Saturday the fair groundsat events with
Adult ages, : McIntosh all purpose. Good School Deacon -
7:30 Choir practice a.m. Morning Worship, 11 ajn. ByMra.D. iHOAAAAAAAAAA4.AAAA.AAiAA.AAA Tampa were filled with 4-H The president Marilyn Cox. for freezing. Dommon in charge. The morning

p. in.Sunday 'forall Dine-A-Mite for MYF, 6:15.: Bus boys and girls] from all parts of now a freshman at the Universityof Store apples In a covered container message will be delivered by the 4GAY'S
Church School
iness meetings and Worship for Norma Childs Weds Florida attending 4-H Club Day, Florida presided over the busi in the refrigerator.: Store pastor. All members of the church
ages 9:45: a. m. Morning Wor-
Senior and Intermediate MYF, During the morning programin ness'meeting.. bushels in cool dark humid and Antioch are invited to wor-
Glen a
Crawford ,
ship, "John the Baptist and Of Starke the grandstand, the state boys'and Home AppliancesYour
6:45.: Evening 'Worship, 7:30. A Norma It was quite fitting that Mari place. ship with us. Mother Lula Single-
You 11 a. m. Youth FellowShips Childs. daughter of Mr. girls' councils had charge of
nursery is provided for small chil lyn's mother, Mrs. E. L. Cox, ton, reporter.
6 p. m. Evening Worship and Mrs. Arnold Childs of Hamp- the' Patricia. Pellum, Apples contain vitamins A andC Friendly
dren. We invite to program. should install the New Bethel Baptist Church
you make this officers as the
"The tone, and Glen
Resurrection. 7:30 p. m. Crawford ot state treasurer from Starke led and are rich in pectin and

Tuesday, ,- Women of the your home church. Starke were married Thursday the audience in the salute to the organizaticn of the council was fruit acid. Dip cut apples in .Rev.New A.Bethel Vinson.Baptist Church, Norge DealerS

Church meeting, 8 p. m. afternoon, Feb. 13, at the homeof. American flag. Medals were : a- the fulfillment of one of Marilyn's lemon. orange or pineapple juiceto pastor will hold

Wednesday Group Bible At The Tabernacle Harry Eddy in Louise. warded to 4-H'ers on the judgingof goals in club work. The out- prevent them from turning i regular service' on Sunday beginning NQRGE APPLIANCESS
going and incoming officers were! with Sunday School at 9:30: ,
Study. 7:30 p. m. Elder Eddy officiated at the animals and an outstanding brown when exposed to the .ah-
Dr. John McNeill who brought presented with pompom corsages. Deacon S. W. Hankerson. supt. in MAYTAG WASHERS
Thursday Junior Choir prac- ceremony in the presence. of club girl and boy were recognized Apples have the most flavor if charge.
The Morning worship at 11:00.
his ministry to .the Tabernaclelast new officers are president,
tJce. weekend, left Sunday night some of the family of the couple. from each county for their accomplishments Patricia' Pellum; Vice president, they are cocked in a covered pan Music will be furnished by choir S COLEMAN HEATERS and
Attending from Hampton was in work. or dish.
for Washington; D. C.. where he project Lynn Perint; secretary, JudyKelley No.1, Sister Lottie English, FLOOR FURNACESWe
Lutheran Services was scheduled to address a meet- Mrs.! J. M. Childs. grandmotherof Judy Kelley.from Brooker was the ; treasurer. Marcia Miller; rePorter For a delicious dessert, try this pianist, sermon by Rev. Hinson,

< ing of Senators Monday morning. the :bride. Neil Crawford one to receive. this honor from, Suzanne Judd; historian, recipe: B. T. U. at 5:30 p. m. under the Service All MakesOf
122. E. Washington St. brother of the groom Mr. and Bradford County... She has beena Sour Cream Apple Pie direction of Sister Sarah Jenkins Appliances
Joy Starling parliamentarian, ,
Visitors attending the meetingswere ;
Regular services will be held Mrs. Lonnie,.Crawford of Starke. and
member for seven years .
1 2 evening service at 7:00.
Mary Norman. Cup sour cream, tablespoons We regret -
Jennie Thornquest,
every, Sunday afternoon at 2:30 Mrs. parents ,of the bridegroom, and has completed'numerous, projects the Phone 10
Sam Johnson, enriched flour, three-fourths cup illness of our pastor on
Mrs. Lois Diddell. Rally Day will beheld March
oclock; Sunday Scbool and Confirmation Mrs..John Pierce and daughter, in clothing, .foods, food conservation last
Miss Shirley .Brewer, and Fred 1 in the USO. This is the begin- sugar, one-fourth teaspoon salt, Sunday'and hope he will be Starke Florida
classes at 3 oclock. a sister,. of Jacksonville NAS, and electricity. able
Avery all, of Jacksonville, and ning of National 4-H Club Week. 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 egg, 3 cups attend service on Sunday. 9'
The Rev. Myron' <3. Mader, pas- also were present. Virginia Parrish and Lynn Per- tart apples diced 1 recipe plain
tor of The First Lutheran Churchof Mrs. Dick, Smith of Lawtey. The new Mrs. Crawford chose into were members of the ;hostess Following the meeting a cover- pastry. ,

O ala, will conduct the Flowers for the weekend services for bet;. wedding an.aqua after- team on duty. in the State ,4-H ed 'dish luncheon was enjoyed. :
Mrvlc s. were provided by W., A. Girls' mothers assisting were Mrs. Beat together cream, sugar,
noon dress..She was a student at Club exhibit during the day. They
in of his mother M L. Elder, Mrs. W. E. Norman, flour, salt vanilla, and egg. Add
All persons wttnout a home Scott. memory Bradford. County High. School answered questions about 4-H TOWN FINANCE COMPANY
church are Invited to attend. Mrs. F. A. Scott, whose birthday"FIRST untilthe.time* of her marriage.. work. and handed..out leaflets$' to and Mrs. E. L. Cox. apples. Pour into a 9-inch unbaked -
It's Apple Time pie shell and bake in a hot
The couple left after the cere- interested people. ovn [400 degrees] for 25 minutes. 114 West Call St. Phone 514
Other attending were Mary There 'are many varieties of
mony for Aberdeen, Md., where Mix one-half cup brown sugar,
BAPTIST Church Starke' Mr. Craword ,is stationed with Norman, Hampton; and Elaine apples and several are in the mar- .one-third cup flour, and one-
Harley, Lawtey. They were accompanied -
the National Guard. ket now. Each variety is better fourth cup butter. Sprinkle on 'Now Making
byMiss Dorothy Ross
Pastor 12 Perfect Attendance I uited for certain purposes than top and bake 20 minutes more.
Rev. Lewis D. Haines, First School Semester on the trip.Marilyn LOANS TO ALL PERSONS

Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town Twelve students at Hampton Cox from Bradford fTTTTTVTTTYVTTTTTTTfffTtTTTTYTVTTVYTYTYTTYfYTVTYtNEWS Regularly Employed Without Co-Signers
County, nowattending the University -
Phones: Office 234 Pastorium 130 Elementary School had perfect of Florida was at the fair OF INTEREST TO COLORED

attendance records for the first with the college 4-H Club who CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY' LOANS FOR ALL NEEDS
semester, according to Mrs. Ola
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. helped with the 4-H Day program. ,
M. Perkins, school principal. $25.00 TO $600.00
4-H County CouncilA Ozora J.
Sunday School 9:-15 A.M. Training Union 6:30 P.M. Sharon Brown, first grade; and record attendance of 4H'erswas

Harry Baker, second grade; made present for the first council ----tar-&&AAAAA& & & & A A... LOANS OF ALL TYPES
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30.P.lI..
perfect attendance records in
Miss meeting of the year. The girls I Legion BanquetThe tory. Captain Johnny Jackson Personal, Furniture, Auto, Real Estate
Louise Raulerson's room., In
and their mothers met last Sat-
A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU the third grade, Mike Peeples, banquet sponsored by says they are going to bring the
urday in the Methodist Recre-
American Legion Post and Auxi- championship back to Starke. We LOANS
CHURCH Henry Rhoden. Wendy Hill and FOR ALL GOOD PURPOSES
AT TilE FRIENDLY ( ation Hall to elect and install of- liary 314 of Starke of last Satur- wish them
; much luck and
school.Linda Rhoden, missed no days of YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYIPINE day night was very successful.I his prediction will come true. Consolidate Bills, Reduce Payments, :Medical, Taxes,

Due to the cold weather not more Eastern Star MeetingDell Refinancing:, Emergencies, Etc.

Gary Southern Linda Sue Bat- than 100 persons attended but the Chapter N.o 168 will hold

Hear This Sermon By Pastor at 7:30 P.M. ten and Edith Ann Baker, fourth LEVEL. total receipts have already reach- regular meeting on Thursday LOANS TO SUIT BUDGETSSmall
grade Mrs. Floy Sullivan's room;
',j ed $250. The dinner was given in night at 7:00. All members are

"A THIRD WORLD WAR IS Otis Melton, Fred Peeples, Gloria Mrs. IL M. MeRaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA the interest of the Eccleston- asked to be present as many of Monthly Payments Up To 2-1 Months

McKinney and Odessa Melton, in Cripple Childrens building fund. our district and national officers

Mrs. Virginia Faile's fifth grade, The Eleventh District has been will be there. Sister Janie S. LOANS ARE OUR BUSINESSWe're

COMING SOON UNLESS had perfect attendance.No I. We had a _good attendance_ at R_1rPn.. tn__ rip._' .tin,._v'vvv find _anH.._ _as_ Mitchell Worthy Matron.
students in Mrs. Janie H. church last Sunday with 183 in members of the Fourth Divisionof CHURCH NEWS Here Ty Serve You Regardless of Who You Owe
Noe's sixth and seventh grade the Sunday School classes. this district we must come. up :Mt.,;Nebo Baptist Church

10 A.M. Sun. School S 6:30 P.M. B.T.U. room finished the semester with- Mrs. W. E. Hall and sister, Mrs. with our quota. Special thanks to Mt. Nebo Baptist Church Rev. I See Us For Promnt Efficient and Courteous Service For

11 A.M.-"Wh .The Believer Has in Christ" out missing at least a day of Zara; Mitchell, spent part of last all of our friends and neighborswho G. B. Burgman, pastor will hold All Your Money Needs -

school and in Mrs. Perkins eighth week with Rev. and Mrs. J, E. made this affair an over- Sunday School at the regular
7:30 P.M. Every Wed. "H npton Happy Hour"Fkst
grade, Junior Hunter was the Murrhee at Hilliard and were whelming success. Rev. Blount, hour with Supt. U. K. Chandlerin

only student with perfect attend- accompanied home by Rev. Hall; pastor of the Mt. Moriah Meth- charge. All scholars and par- TOWN FINANCE COMPANYAT

Baptist Church Hampton ance for the entire semester. who was returning from Memphis, odist Church gave very encour- ents are asked to attend. On the

Teachers attended the Bradford Tenn. where he and Dr. Engle of aging remarks and indicated that first Sunday the pastor is askingall STARKE

Education Association meeting in Jacksonville attended the Semin- he plans to transfer his member- members to ulease attend I
Marvin:, E. Faile., Pastor Starke on Wednesday afternoonlast ary Board meeting. ship to this post in the near fu- church as he has -a message-----of- (Across Sreet From Olen's Dept. Store)

---- week, with school dismissing Out-of town Visitors at the H. ture. Mrs. Alma Jenkins, and Mrs. vital importance, for you. We regret 144 W. Call St.

,1 00 __ ;_. ,_-p_,_p_- Ii. ., anvnoureariyfor the meeting. M..,McRaelx>mje Jast Sunday were ,Ethel Young were highly praisedfor of our faithful mem- Phone 544
Mrs Eva Henderson music Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor and the wonderful ,Turkey dinner. bers Sister Elizabeth Wright _was

1 i teacher, held classes on Monday children of Olustee, Mr. and Mrs. ViceCommander Julius Royal called to the bedside of her niece,

Madison Street Baptist ChurchPresently this week, after an absence of Edward Murrhee of Hilliard, Mr. i served as toastmaster assisted by Senola Hudson of Cleveland Ohio.

several weeks. due to illness.. and Mrs. W. M/Reynolds of Wild- I the unit president Ozora Shell. ,We hope she will soon recover so

( Meeting Washington and Grand Sts.) PersonalsMr. wood. Mrs. Clyde Hughey and son Music was furnished by Enoch ,that; Sister Wright, will be withus SHEPHERD'S

and Mrs. C. H. Campbellare ,of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. A. Allen, Mary Helen White, Delores in Sour services. Deacon W. J. :

GOOD SINGING FORCEFUL PREACHING I moving their housetrailerthis F. Hall and son, Mrs. Eddy Jenkins, Gwendolyn Marshall and Clark would like to see all.mem presents

week to a farm in Graham, Brownen and son, and Misses.Dianne Evelyn ,Young. All persons in at- bers of the Deacon Board after I

EACH LORD'S DAY I which they have rented from and Delores. Hall, all of I tendance reported a very delightful service on the first Sunday..Dea

I Bill Cain of Graham. They have Jacksonville. and enjoyable evening. con Vasco Mitchell, 'clerk, Sis.

Sunday School ____ _______ 9:45 A.M. !been living behind Jimmy's Grocery Kenneth Thomas of Brooker Dies At Brewster HospitalMrs. Janie S. Mitchell, reporter. N ,r

'Morning Worship ______-----...31:00 A.M. store on west Navarre Avenue spent Friday and Saturday with Evelyn Franklin, sister of Philadelphia Baptist Church

r Training 'Union __________ 6:15, PJL I for the last year, and oper- his grandparents Mr. and Mrs.H. Rev. J. P. Franklin of Starke died Philadelphia Baptist Church, '- '"
the store for several months.Mr. H. Lewis. at the Brew- Florida .
ated Lawtey had
on Saturday evening a very successful -
t Evening Worship ______________ 7:30 P.M. Birthday Celebration
and Mrs. G. G. Halleen arrived ster Hospital in Jacksonville. She Men', Day program last
Prayer Services & Business !Meeting\ Wed. 7:30 P oM. Those who enjoyed the birth-
Saturday from Sheboygan, was 'Convalescing from a recent Sunday. Rev. Burroughs delivered'

Visitor, Neighbor, Friend Let This Be A Cordial 'In Wis. to stay for the rest of the day party given in last honor Saturday of Miss operation and was expected to' a very inspiring sermon on Manas '
Gloria Crosby
winter at their home just east of recover. Funeral arrangementsare God's Creation. Vocal solos II
vitation To Worship In Starke's Youngest Church besides the immediate family '
the Hampton City limits. being made and will be an- were rendered by Deacon Royalof 'rI

Nursery open for all services Room for 'all. Mrs. J. H. McAlhany of Reeves- were Mrs.,Theresa Crosby and nounced lat r by the family. We New Bethel and Bro. Craw- :II1'rII I I
Barbara II \\t
yUle S. C. is spending this weekin family,. James McRae deeply regr t the passing of this ford of Mt. Zion. Deacon Willis
I Rev.Jack H. Mabry, Jr., Pastor; P. T. Nolin, Supt. S. S, Salman Gene Brady, Barbara I ilp LfllF

,., *-9. .I_.....I... ...,_....e.e-. Hampton with her and soninlawand Mrs. J. Jean Corbitt, Joe Byrd. Patsy community worker, Christian and Green ed and Bros. Louis Kelly rais4 _____-1,JI' t ( I -.' II
daughter, Mr. friend.At $50 during this service which \
W. Home. Her son and daughter- Thomas, Marshall Crosby, Greta Home. was very good. Deacon Franklin; 1.ot4 'II' )4-tr3 JJi
.. Fae Alvarez, Volley, Ervin and 1\\
The perfect tribute to in-law, Mr. and Mrs. M. .R. Mc- Browning Gene Eunice, Sister lola Littles has been pastor, other officers and raera-t $$189.95 \
Bobby "
Alhany also of Reevesville, drove home for a week after surgery at bers wishes to thank all persons

a cherished memory her to Hampton and are spendingthe J.Joe W.Herrington Luke. Howard, Jerry Bowen Ritch, Billy and Brewster Hospital.. She is making and participants that made this .. .-- -- \ \\ -- INTb.

week vacationing further rapid progress toward recovery, program a success. |

t Every funeral that we con- IJI. . south in Florida.Mr. others.A beautiful birthday cake and All her friends are wishing fo Ebenezer Baptist ; toddy 262 iq. iiLvwwoU I

duct is a source of sustaining and Mrs. J. S. Meads of other refreshments were served her a speedy return to health and Ebenezer Baptist, Rev. Robin-. ,WM.wjr.M"High.Shorp.endEasy In ebony or. : -

solace Jacksonville visited Saturday in normal activities in the com son' pastor held a very successfulweek's bark gioy fuldm.; ; Otti.c fi..' -
and spiritual inspiration late in the. evening.
Hampton with Mr. and Mrs. V. J. munity. program celebrating the hS.I.ztra.211822

to the family. j fl' Slade. .Mr. Meads Is Mrs. Slade's Coronation Set installation. of their new pastor.
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brother. Mrs. Slade Mrs. Donald A total of $88 was raised by the RCAVICTOR TVAnewkind
Hundreds of details are managed and economically Slade. Gloria Williamson Mrs. 'BRIDGE'ND The coronation ceremonies for, participating churches, pastors
Miss R. J. E. high and elementarywill
attended to that only a trained and careful Wiley Williamson. and Mrs. J. i and choirs. On Sunday Keystone ft* A 4
NEW takeplace on. Wednesday,
organization >can perform when the urgent need D. McCulloch were Gainesville Heights and Rev. G. G.McArthur oItableTV
February 26 at 7:00: p,,. m. After
.for serving is at hand.'DeWITT visitors Friday; Mrs E. A. Sapp the coronation program a basket- attended and rendered. a very for a new high' in TV enjoyHew .
Mrs. W. A. Saxon and daughter fine program. On Thursday night ment JICA ictor'sRgckyg. in
ball will begin at 8:00. m.
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C. JONES Janet.spent Friday and Saturday t&&LA h.ALA ALALLLLL&ALA LA Rev. George Lee, choir and members ,It saves space-yet brings
The Eleventh:: grade winner that '
you the brightest, clearest !
with Mrs. Saxon's sis and st ,,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE in Perry :Mr. and Mrs Ralph Merritt visited will be crowned Miss, R. J. E. presented a program "Mirror-Sharp'picture ever MQlOTOUU
ter Mrs. Madison Lee, in the hos- raised 2005. A collectionof
PHONE 7 Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Keene, in High is Roselle Williams of Law- special I lias Improved Balanced Fidelity I4S t
there. Mrs. Lee's conditionis $8.00 raised for the Clarke
pital Glen SL Sunday.Mr. tey, while Miss R. J. E,.Elementary was FM Sound,too! fr
: VV$ furnbb: the highest type serrice at lowest prices, and accept not much improved. Mrs. Sax Mary family of Hampton Fla. which

ANY life Insurance policy force fethued by ANY company, as on said. and Mrs. Jim Davenport of will be Miss Barbara Jean was delivered, Supervisor $hell.
Hankerson. The general public is
: payment' In part or to full on funeral sen" 'H. Consultation Frank Mann, regional directorof Oklahoma were last weekend invited to attend this, *,affair. The family deeply..appreciated the Come In today *CP HTW-WRVW. eptiool l,.*,
I the Child Evangelism Fellow guests of ;Mrs.: Marie Banks. money and wishes to thank all
carries no obligation. no admission. fee for the _Ag ab..t ib.1CA V'ict.F.ctciyf.ivk.ComIaocS ixdu 4'ki RCA
ship showed a film of this work Mrs. Mary Snowden attendedthe the members and friends for the waisTV
t during the training union period funeral of her brother Mr. W. coronation. donation.

at Hampton Baptist, Church last M. Manning in Wauchula last Visits Grandmother .Macedonia Baptist Church S ..
Sgt. Cecil A, Ellis of the U. S.
evening. Macedonia Church,
Sunday Thursday. Baptist
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;; ;; ;;:: m t;;:;; ;;: m : Mary Norman, daughter of Mr. Army: ampton, Fla. Rev. Johnson, pas-
:: :: : :;::: :;: We are glad to have little Vick- .
........ ..... ....... .to visit his grandmother
We to :::':':':':':':'. :::...;.: : :::;: : ::::::: and Mrs. W.E. Norman. attendedthe came. t tor will conduct the funeral of
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go ey Cooper back home again after Lula who has been
l@t m lmIt / H State Fair in Tampa Satur-: Sister Jones Jake Clark at 2:30 membersand

lengthsto ..........................:.............: ...............................:.:.::.:;.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:. with the 4-H delegation. the misfortune of sticking a' wire ill recently Hje left the city on friends of : p. m. invited ServiceAll
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great give you ;:::wSul: :: rr / .@j{ ::::::::.:;\\\\\\\\\\.\.\\.. Graham Linda and spent Sylvia last .weekend Starling in of ed into that ot .her might eyes.lose; H the was sight fear C Sunday, to resume; :to return,his to duties.Columbia.He left S. .Allen to Chapel attend.A. M. E. Church .

: ? ::::::::: but after a, few days in
:: ::::::::; -:-- Mrs. V. spending Mama Lula feeling much better. .
insurance :: '::::::: :::::::::..... Hampton with Mr. and a Jacksonville hospital, she. is Of'interest to many persons will ,Allen .ChapelA., M. E. Church

good I L':: :::::: :; :m::::::::::::::::::... J. Slade. back in her trailer home at the be. the recent return of Sister Rev. L. A. Sampson, pastor will Work Guaranteed Free Estimates;
:::::j::.;::.:::: :mm : : :{ Mr, and Mrs. Vasco Busey and Service hpld. starting with
serviceWant Moody Station feelingfine Ethel J Williams to Starke for :a
I ': ':'>:': ':':':-:-::"""" "'''''''' ''' family of Valdosta, Ga. visited Sunday School at 10:00: ,a. ,rn. Fully Equipped Dependable
again. few hours., She looking fine
relatives in Hampton Sunday. was Supt. Irene Thomas In charge.
of ? :Mr .and Mrs John Roberts of' according' to in spite of
service in reports
quick insurance case emergency
of Mr.
They were dinner ;guests 'I During the. morning service the All Makes and Models
for home Hillcrest and Mrs., Delbert. Green paralysis.We hope she will
Want assistance in planning protection your and Mrs. R. H. Parker, and also i sermon will be, delivered by .the
or your car you family or ybur business? You can having dinner there were Mr. and daughter of Heilbronn Springswere i soon be able to' return to Starke presiding Elder Rev. W. P. Jen-

count on us to explode into action'wheiryoa'call for and Mrs. John Parker, Mr. and dinner guests Sunday. of.Mrs.i and stay., / kins. The paster' asking all aux- SHEPHERD'S RADIO

insurance help.HAROLD. Mrs. Milton Misner and son, and James Lavender. I Basketball Tournament. I iliaries to read the reports on & TV

Mrs. Jim Baker and son. Little Richard Shivers is on the,' .IOn.Thursday Feb. 27 at 6:30 p. Sunday morning and report the '
sick list this week and we are m.. the tigers and tigerettes of R. INMAN D. GREEN, Owner
Mr. and Mrs.: Lonnie Crawford I money.jU 200; P. m.the Golden

-WALL AGENCY of Starke were: supper guests,,Fri glad, to see Betty- Jo and Percy i. J... E. wil ., leave Starke for St..: Jubilee Singers of Jacksenville, TV Radio .- Seat Covers Upholster

"INSURANCE SPECIALISTS" day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Moody back in school again after. Augustine where the class "B Flab will sing at the church admission -

200 E. .Call Street Phone D. H. Crawford and .daughters in I their bout with the measles. tournament will start at 8:00: p. fee; Due to. this.program Phone 239 Starke,. Fla.
14( Hampton., I Our sympathy goes out to Mr. m. R. J. E. will play the first League and Missionary,.meetings

i Night' :. 'Call. Harry Rabb, .536-J : ;.-l ;' ., ,.Mr. and Mrs. Emory Brown and: and Mrs. Henry'Gibson and family game Friday. 'morning at 8:30. will not be held. The general; pub- Color T.V. Headquarters

Starke, Florida son, and Mrs.: T. P. Brown spent 'upon'the death of their infant Many of the local fans are expected lie is invited tQ attend ,all of

Sunday in. Ocala "with,Mrs; A. L.Sullivan. .1 boy Sundaywiih. doubl pneumon to attend the games and these, services: and .the special

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'Knocked Out' Policeman -i- -- G. Paterson institutional repre-
City DeadlineIs
I Tag sentative; Blake Jackson, N. J.

; Cold Joyner, H. E. Bradley, and Charles
Tells Of Being Slugged From RearCarl I ExtendedA Hardy.

I I Recognition was also made of

Fillyaw. Starke policeman Call St., then circled Dr. Ritch's w.- ., .-_ 15-day extension of the auto David :Montgomery Scoutmasterof

was found about 9 o'clock Monday office and drove up to the back ; Weather ir ._ 4. 1 tag deadline was ordered by Gov. Troop 70, who was present at

night lying on the ground at door when both subjects started. t_ LeRoy Collins Wednesday becauseof the service and the Scouts from

the rear of Dr. T. G. Ritch's office to run. I gave chase to the corner w..;: __ _-, .r.I &r -i- the winter freezes and the litigation I the troop who were present.

on East Call Street. of the office when I was knocked k _ .J1-7C Wff.' over P-tags. Pack 307 was chartered on Nov.

Fillyaw,was found after a pass- cut. I came to later with an un- Steps-Up i 4 This means that Florida motorists I 30, 1957 with three dens from

er-by had noted the police car. cei tan feeling of being carried. I I will have until March 7 to buy '' Pack, 70 which at that time had

with lights on and door ajar. When I came to again I was sitting I 4'L T their 1958 tags. The regular buy-j''I eight dens.Social .

parked at the rear of the doctor's upright in the front seat of Fires --v If ing period ended Thursday.In .

office. This perscn notifed Deputy Riley's car and Robert Green was i I tne
4% ? : making announcement, Security
Sheriff Riley Sweat who. accompanied holding me. They then took me : P-
the Governor said that he considered -
by Robert Green, went to to the Bradford County csta'' : Date Next Week
the adverse effect of thestate's
the site and found Fillyaw lying At 9:15: I left, the hospital." I .
......l ,- : worst winter weather on
on the ground near the outside Fillyaw later told the Telegraph' lecord as an emergency justifyingthe A representative of the Gainesville : -
wall of the building.. His gun Social Security office will be
he was riding by Dr. Hitch's office Smoke bolls high Into the air in these scenes of dwellings being increased time.
was lying near him on the ground. in Starke at the court room of
and his cap was several feet away. when he noticed two men. consumed by flames, scenes uhk-fa have occurred too frequently In the court house at 9:30: a. m.. on

on the ground. near the building. The car parkedin : Starke In recent: months. In the top photo Is the unoccupied house Boy Scout SundayIs Thursday. Feb. 27 for the purposeof

Sweat and Green lifted Fillyaw front looked like Dr. Ritch's j I owned by Clyde Brown south of Starke on SB 100 as it was destroyedby ObservedBy conducting social security bus!
car. he said. "When I got out of
Into the deputy's car and pro- I I fire last week. In bottom photo the home of Sara Griffin in Reno

ceeded to the Bradford County The the police other,car who one had man black.ran away.wavy I, U eaten up by flames on ,Feb. 5. Three other dwellings in Starke, Cub Pack 307Cub ness.Persons who desire to make applications
Hospital. \ fcr social
hair and wore a black jacket also ,: all occupied by Negroes, have burned to the ground hlaee Dec. 1. observed security retirement -
Scout Pack 307
On the way to the hospital or survivors benefits,
ran and I chased him around the :| The Fire Iept. has also answered about 10 calls to stove explosionsand Scout
Fillyaw tcld Sweat that he" had Sunday by attending serv- secure social security account
been knocked out by an unknown office. Thinking that he would go other minor blazes in Uxe home, and has fought about a dozen ices at the First Presbyterian numbers, or get any other social

assailant when he went to thedoctor's back to his car I turned back toward 'I grass fires.Fire Church in a body. security information are invitedto

office to investigate what the police car and it was F,41iUE The boys were recognized by see the representative at the

appeared to him to be an attempted then that I got hit," Fillyaw said. Fighting ; ?TYrTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTYY \1j dens. The four den mothers are: time of his visit.

li'eak-in. Fillyaw says he was "out" aboutan Den 1, Mrs. Virgil Jordan; Den

In a written statement givento hour and that the only ill Department MAXV1LLE % 2, Mrs. James Chitty; Den 3, Mrs. W. C. T. (/.

Sheriff P. D. Reddish Fillyaw effect he experiences now is with W. L. Soto; and Den 4, Mrs. Rob-
his He he is "blind" for k [ "JOIN THE CRUSADE THE
aid: "About 7:50 p. m. I leftLittle's eyes. say Is By Airs. C. B. ? olanVVVvyvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy ert Starling. ,
place in Reno. At 8 p. m. about 20 minutes every morning.At ReorganizedA Pack officials were also recognized : TEMPERANCE CAUSE NEEDS

started to check on two subjectsI the hospital the physicianwho .as follows: Cubmaster, A. YOUR SUPPORT "

: saw at the back door of Dr. examined Fillyaw could not reorganization of the Starke Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Smith and L. Crosby Jr.; Assistant cubmaster -I (THE NATIONAL VOICE)

Ritch's office. I drove on past find any external evidence of in- Fire Dept. will go into effect on family of Jacksonville spent Sun- Virgil Jordan; Secy.; James :HELP WANTED-Female cashier.
going South on Sinclair St. to April 1 by action of the City with Friday Drew Treas. I
day Mi. Smith's parents Mr. WRGR ; Lloyd Hedgecock; secy. typist. Good hours, good
jury.Wave Council taken at their regular and Mrs. Dee Smith and family. For Vernie Keys and Publicity !!rs. Ira Harris. starting salary. Permanent pos-
meeting Tuesday night. There Mrs. Leon Harris and Miss Elva Recognition was also made of
i ition. Write P. O. Box
,Woods Burners Those Flags will be no family living on the 64 1490 K C PHONE 500 823-T
I Jean Harris were visitors in : Vernie Keys, a carpenter the pack committee which consists Starke. Give age. martial status
Fire Dept. premises. Living quar- : Macclenny on Monday.We died Tuesday afternoon at his STARKE FLORIDAThe of Charles Cowen chairman; R. last
or employment.
I Face .Stiff Fine On Holidays, ters will be used for the men who'I are ,glad that E. .B. Well- home on Hampton Lake. He was -Music in&Starke News Station I present Itchg:
are on duty, working 24 hours on
born March 9, 1893 in Winchester

If ConvictedTwo Legion UrgesAmerican and is not 24 room hours for'additional At present there man! hausen improving' after and a Miss recent -I Ind.Surviving are his wife, Mrs.nazei I MONDAY THRU FRIDAY Sell It Rent It Trade It I

who will be hired. The use of _, Gladys Copeland n_- ..1. t7..__ ..1 ..
young men were arrested Legion Post 56 wants trailers on the property will be I umger cannon were business visItors : nuxu ntya UL 1VUUUtVL, 6:00 Sign on and News ,I

last week on charges of willfully the business and residential districts discontinued.The in Starke last Tuesday.We Ind.; one son, Richard M. Keys 6:05: Starke Wakes Up WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
of Starke to be lined with Hampton Lake; and one daughter,
regret that Virginia Cannonhas 7:00 First Edition (news)
setting a woods,fire that burned living quarters are com '
American 'Flags in honor of pletely' furnished with service 'for been illand had to miss several Mrs. Alice Bono, Harper City, 7:15 Starke Wakes Up
about three acres. Ind.; three brothers Joe and Har- 'I 20 WORDS OR LESS! Ome ....,U..
I,George Washington's birthday, six electric refrigerator and toaster days of school. 8:00: Sports (Mlataum Charge) ____ .71
,The youths. Charles E. Sapp Feb. 22. in the kitchen and an attractive Friends' of C. E. Wilkinson Sr. old Keys of Winchester Ind., and 8:05 Starke Wakes Up EtCH ADDITIOVAL WORD OVER 50 _' fe per Ward
and Joseph freed Clyde Keys, Newcastle, Ind.; and I 9:00 News & : Show 20,% DISCOUNT ov. REPEAT I\SKRTTO\S SAME AD
gaJisonJ were In pursuit of this goal the post dining-room and livingroom.Rugs will be glad to learn that he has : Betty Grey
under $500 bond each. They were this week urged that all merchants and draperies are includedin recovered from his illness enoughto two sisters, Mrs. Fred Phillips 10:00 Sweet Music Show & : OR ADS SOT PAID M ADVANCE.

I business houses and being be carried to the home,of his Lynn Ind., and Mrs. Gertie Rowe. News (hourly) I
arrested which -
on an affidavit signed i the furnishings are Ind. CLASSIFIED! DISPLAY _____ 'I'::> Per lack First ....rtl..
by Ben Howell. investigator with I homeowners secure and display bought from Chief Carpenter daughter. Mrs. W. J. Oliver in Ridgeville, 12:15 Second Edition (news) 1.00 PER l\fH FOR S4M ,.P BRPK4TBD QMS OR MORE TfWFS
the Florida Forest Service. flags on the holiday. when he moves out Four beds Jacksonville from St. Luke's Hos- He was a member of the Bap-i|I 12:30 Sweet Music Show &: ,
3 CARDS OF THANK (I> T* 80 Ward) ____ ..
News (hourly) -- n.
Howell said that Sapp has signed The Post has one of its projects will be purchased one for each pital and hopes to be'able to come tist Church and a veteran of I' OVER 50 WORDS __hh____________ 4 Oat P.p Wr4
a statement admitting his for this year the promotion of 'employee. Each man will furnishhis home real soon now. World War L 3:00: Mon., Jimmy Dorsey;

In: the offense ,and implicating, part I,I, display of American Flags on all own linen and food.It Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ensley of Funeral services will be held Tues., Nat King Cole; Wed., Joni MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS 4 Cent Per W.rd

Garrison. holidays. Past Post CommanderW. is estimated that the new Jacksonville have' recently moved Friday at 4 p.m. in the DeWitt C. James; Thur.; Johnny Ray; Fri.,
Ray Anthony. ITS E tn' TO QUALIFY FOR A LOTS Pesirable
H. Graham is in charge of into the Carter home Maxville. Jones Chapel with Rev. Fred Dodd C
The system will cost very more 1TK1NS UEtLERjlHIP OW. F. Rateman phone .
fire was alleged to have 3:15: Mon., Georgia Gibbs; Tues., JM-Y. Up
this program.A with the salary of another We welcome them to our com officiating. Burial will be in Pre- I >o rO-MG\KR >KCKS iRV. 4HOtTB
been set by the two men on Feb. even Doris Day; Wed., Bobby Dukoff; IS AVAILABLE IV THIS FOR SALE-1950 Ford 1 door se- the woods near the Heilbronn drive will be held soon to man because at present it Is munity. vatt Cemetery. Thur.. Les Brown; Fri., Vaughn .4RB4, TOO. WRITE TilE J. It.WVTKI dan. Excellent condition low mile-
to call out the volunteers Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wilkirison.who >!* ( O.. 6 59 PE.ICHTREK age. $100. 311 N. St. Clair St
section those who do not have flags necessary
several miles west of urge Monroe. .
have M'. V E.. \TLXT.Gt. Could be financed. np
been staying town
Starke. to, obtain them and display themon ; more often at added cost, their Trades, Day Plans 3:30 Mon., Vic Damone; Tues, 4trhe Sill -
with son and daughterinlaw -
I and when vacations are taken an NEED TIRES
Howell said that the pair apparently national holidays. Grahams additional must be paid since ,- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson To Be Discussed Billy Butterfield; Wed., Marty WE HAVE a new Ipan program for Get them BOW, pay aa you r14l.
man Robbins; Thur., Lea Brown; Fri., Ask for
had farmers. Loans of 1 to 5 our budget
no motive for set- years easy term.
id. The plans to aid busi- and family, visited for awhilein
must be duty at the Lacy .Conway
on Salea
two; men Kay Starr., for the entire credit require- and Servlct
burn.ting the fire other than to see it ness houses in obtaining flags firehouse at'all times. Maxville last Friday. I Harry C. Elrod Jr., chairman of 3:45: Mon., Three Suns; Tues.. ments of the farmer and his fam Union Pus Station, Stark, Fit.tfch .
Nolan of Mr. and Mrs.C. ily. Gainesville Production Credit ,
Billy son the Merchants Division of the
and urges everyone to participatein The pay schedule is: Chief; D. Lena Home; Wed., Perez Prado; Association. 620 North Main
The offense of, willfully setting B. Nolan, has been quite ill Chamber 3% PAID ON RAVINGS .
this program."It W. Carpenter $75 per week; Asst. of Commerce, has calleda Thur., Perry Como; Fri., Walter Gainesville, Fla. tfche STATE BANK -_ KEYSTONE f
woods fires Is classified as a is a sad state of affairs" Chief R. C. Buford $67.50; and for several days this week. meeting for 7:30 p. m. Mondayin Schumann. OCR TENTH AKIflVERIART STONE "RlaUTS, FLA. MEX.KEY. '
felony 'and I : Little Miss Rhonda Parrish, the court house for the pur 4:00 Mon. Theresa Brewer BER FDIC,
carries a maximum Graham stated. "when there are Fireman Harold Reed $60. Another : ; RADIOS REPAIRED
penalty of a $1,000 fine or three only one or two flags out In our fireman will be hired at- the daughter' of Mr. and 'Mrs D. J. pose of discussing plans for a Tues., King Sisters; Wed.:, Jo .AU'Malt.Ckarrts- AU H4dAMuble > t.e4 FOR SALE-H In x 15 ft. steel
r ara>
years In prison or both. town on holidays." I same figure. Parrish: has been on the sick list proposed trade promotion cam- Stafford; Thur., Benny Goodman; (HAS. C, SHEPHERD culvert pipe. 11.25 ft. ALSO Build-
Councilman Randal Chitty, who this week. paign among Starke merchants.The Fri., Pat Boone. U W. Call St. Stark Flu DI Ing Subdivision.lots for sale Low down In Sjuth Gate
investigated and spearheaded the The Maxville PTA met at the meeting will be held in 4:15; Mon., Don Cherry; Tues., law monthly payments. BILLY
that it will bring school house last Wednesday for conjunction with another gather- Homer & Jerthro; Wed., Jerry Lee FOR RENT-Three room apartment JACKSON. Phone 115, c/o Central
new system says partly furnished. Adults on- Truck Lines.
then regular business meeting and ing of business leaders in the Lewis Thur. Hank Snow Fri. tr'hg
the Starke Fire Dept. more inline ; ; ly. 1S8 N. Church St. Up
with that of other cities. at the same time made plans! to courthouse to make plans for a June Christy. ONE BEDROOM furnished apart

AUCTION Applications for'the position of give the children a Valentine par- labor survey and other necessary 4:30 Mon., Hi Lo's; Tuea., Guy FOR RENT Jackson.ments for rent. Phone 165. W.tfchg T.

I fireman are being taken 'by: City ty which was held at the school steps to attract industry to Lombardo; Wed., Ted Heath; Nw. 3 BR Home, Saratoga Hrleht
Friday afternoon.Mr. Starke, it was said. Thur., Billy Ward; Fri., Sammy SnbdUUIon. ('omI..I, faral"k.d.oat' FOR SALE W% Of SW<4 of Sec. 28
Clerk Carl Johns or Fire Chief tXSJM' ) Twp. 5 S, R 20 E; NEW! of SE%
Carpenter. and Mrs. Therop Groves of All business men are urged to Davis Jr. of See. 29. Twp 5 S. R 20 E, contain.
Macclenny visited Sunday with attend this get-together at which 4:45 Mon. Tito Puente; Tues., FOR SALE SPECIAL Ing in all 120 A. more or leg. Seal

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Groves. both proposals will be discussed. Harry Belafonte; Wed., Gale New. Comrrrtt Block Home. 3 bed ed ing;bids or rejecting(with privilege) will be of receivedat accept.

MONDAY FEB. 24 2 P.M. Funeral Service Dan Groves visited with his Storm; Thur., Teddi King; Fri.. room, Urgr litiajc room with fireplace office of County Judge Union
-- The diBUg roam, kit.,... : bath, County Lake Butler Fla. on or before -
cousin. Kyle Hunter In Hilltoppers.
For Ancil Griffis Starke FFA Chapter family room. Completely faraUked 10 a.m. ojn gale date March
Saturday. Mr. Hunter has beena 5:00 Mon., Al Hibbler; Tues.. with fiac furniture. Kltehea ha 4. 1958. W. C. Town lend. Lake
For Gets On FairThe Elvis Wed. Eddie Fisher all built IB .ppU...... Heated by I Butler. Fla._ Jtp 2/27
Set Sunday I I patient In the Ed Fraser Hos- Report Presley; K*. fun..... Partially air eoaditloBed. ,
pital.Mr. ; ,Thur., Billy May; Fri, Les Double earport. Urge corner 1C PIECE WATERLESS COOK-
And Evans Griffis. 40. a guard and Mrs. Arthur Wilkinsonand Starke Chapter FFA met Paul & Mary Ford lot. Located OB Fa.t Call St. WARE. PINNER WARE. STAIN'-
Ibis I* truly one of Bradford COBBtT'n LESS STEEL TABLE WARE.
; __ ; at the State Prison, died Wednes- I grandson Eddie Harris visited Wednesday with the president 5:15: Mon.. Joni James; Tues, flBCdt home Oaly *275O: do"Bpayaicat. AU H Retail price. See after 1 p.m.
day morning after an illness of in Maxville last Wednesdaywith Wilbur Barry, presiding.A Buddy Morrow; Wed., Patti Page; See as today. 408 S. Redgrave St., Starke. 4tp 2/28

several months. Mr. and Mrs. .'J. C. Nolan report was given by Billy Thur.. Guy Mitchell; Fri. Glen hARRY. RLROD, JR.RegUtered FOR RENT-Deduce price. I room
Born Nov. 10, 1917, he was the and family. I Dampier on how the Chapterbull Cray. nicely furnished apartment Adequate

son of Joe and Ardelia Starling Little Lana and Joey Nolan attended a registered Aberdeen Angus 5:30 Mon., Bobby Dukoff; Tues, Phone 43 Real R 218.tat Temple. Broker AT*. gentleman.heaters. Be For lent elderly Road.coupleor Box

Griffis; was a member of the Baptist a birthday party in Jacksonville came out at the State Fair. Anna Alberghetti; Wed., Gordon 440 B. Starke. tfchg

I Church and a veteran of last Saturday at the homeof The bull won second place in its Jenkins; Thur., Dinah Shore; FrL, FOR RE Furnished apartment. HELP WANTED

: World War H. their awit,Mrs. Ed Harris for class and was awarded 750. A Frank Sinatra living room, bedroom with bath. All MAIM AND FEMALE
report on chapter finances 5:45: Mon. Mitch Miller; Tues, electric kitchen oil circulating I,
Mrs. Da- their was
Surviving are his wife. little son. Eddie. heater. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, SOS W. MAN OR WOMAN-To take over .
phine Norman Griffis of Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgett given by Advisor J. G. Wood. :Nelson Riddle; Wed, McGuire Madison. Itchg route of established customers In f
Starke Fla. Sisters; Thur., Sammy Kaye Fri., Starke. Weekly profit of $50.00
and five stepchildren, Geneva, spent Sunday in Middleburg with An interesting film on increased ;
I Four Aces. 1 FLOOR SANDFNa 'and Finishing. or more at start possible. No far if t
TRUCK STOP RT. 301 Johnny, James, and Jackie Rich- Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mosley.Mr. swine profits was, shown. Phone 414-W. Calvin Johns. Up or othtr Investment neceasary Will
endollar, and Jeffery Floyd all and Mrs. Alfred Harris and I, 6:00, Third. Edition (news' ). 3 help Dept.get F.J.started.Tbe J.Write R. Watkins C R. ",

Approx. 400' Rt. No. 301 Frontage 3 Miles Southof of Lawtey; five brothers, Dawson, son. Ray, visited in Middleburg last Thursday. Friday and Satur- 6:15: The Service Show. FOR house.RENT Apply-Four 308 Water furnished St. : 'ompan Memphis !. Tenn. lti

Starke Levin, Coatsie and Dopsie Griffin several night last week with Daw- day. The Baldwin girls beat 6:30: What-A-Burger Show. Itchg FOR RENT-Two bedroom furn-
all of Lawtey, and Curtis son Padgett, who has. been seriously Robinson scoring 33 points. The 7:55: News and Sign Off. Ished houe. AUo furnished apart-
SaturdaySame FOR SALE Two windows 3 ft. 4 i' ment with heat electricity gas and
RESTAURANT! SERVICE STATION! Griffis. Raiford; and one sister, ill.'Matilda. girls lost by one .point -to Cres- in. x 3 ft. 3 In.. in good ahape. 317 hot water supplied. Apply 504 E.
Mrs. Mittie Yarnes Lawtey. and Sidney Higdon, cent City, 70-69. ,Mary Robinson schedule as above except South Redgraves St. :Starke.: lip Erownlee or phone 264R. ftp 2/27

LIVING QTRS.! Funeral services will be held children of Rev. and Mrs. H. F. scored 37 points in this game.. 1 to 6 p.m. Road Show.
FOR RENT-Small three
Sunday at 3 p.m. at the gravesidein Higdon. have been ill and havingto The Baldwin boys,and girls team Sunday. furnished private bath and en reasonable here In the city. Inquireat very
Newly finished CBS building consisting of Service Evergreen Cemetery with Rev. miss school. were runner-up in the St. Johns 7:30 Sign on. Religious pro- trance. To St. man or woman. 601 La.fayette Peterson & Son Dairy Farm.
until 1
Station with 4 pumps, beautiful Restaurant including W. E. Hall offici ting. Arrangements Mrs. Dewey McPherson has Tournament. Patsy Smith of grams 1 to 6 p.m. Show. ftp Starke. Fla. Itp
been ill with the flu. but is able Maxville and Mary Robinson: p.m.-The Sunday FOR RENT-Housekeeping .
formica counter with 8 stools, 7 booths with are in charge of DeWittC. 6 to 8 schedule apartments FOR SALE-Small Grocery paying
p.m.-Same as
1 and 2
" made "All Conference. The Very good return Also 6 room houses
matching chrome tables and chairs, ,screened BarBQ Jones Funeral Home. week days., reasonable. Lights and water fur- 3 miles N. Starke US 301. See or
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters and Maxville boys playing in the con- nl-hed. 210 N. Cherry St. Phone write Geo. Ellis Rt 2, Box 53-C.
Pit, modern equipped kitchen. storage room, living Cong. Matthews family ofJacksonville, spent Sun ference were Buck Wellhausenand THE. RIGHT POINT for the 2S5 or 415-J after 6 p.m. tfcbg Starke. 3tp 3/6

qtrs. with bathroom and 3 rest rooms. day with Mrs. Dorothy Waters Gene Johnson. On Friday. write. In and -
way you Come se- For Rent-S bed room house (at FOR ASSISTANCE in filing INCOME -
Auks For Full Use and fap1i1y.Basketball Feb. 28, the District Tournament lect your favorite ESTERBROOK Highland) $25 per month. Leon W. TAX RETURNS see Charles
This valuable property has ample parking area for will be held in Callahan. The Fountain Carter 106 :S.: Thompson St.. phone Hntcheson Bradford County Ab1 -
Of Camp Blanding I Pen. TELEGRAPH. 115%. tarke. itp 1 I stract Office ,Saturday. Up
serving large trucks and has room for considerable The St. Johns River Conference Baldwin girls will play Melrose .

expansion if desired. New and ready for occupancy, Congressman Billy Matthewshas games were played in Baldwin and Callahan. .1 .

on a Highway inviting steady tourist travel and i
requestedPresident Eisenhower ; or -; JUST THE PLACE YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING
heavy truck traffic. r-y
to take immediate steps 1i I

This property is wonderful for someone wishing to for Camp the Blanding.complete utilization of -.i 1 FOR --- NOTHING LIKE IT IN THIS SECTIONYou --

enter a steady and prosperous business. The Congressman pointed out 1 :

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EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITYATTEND :that completed reservation any public on would this vast be in military line 24 -" ,J [1rI:: : .. : --,' "JWill ': I

INSPECT BID BUY with the President's Program, _3 ',. < : See
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,and would be helpful in combat- Pint t '
TERMS OP SALE 20% to be down of I ting the recessive tendencies of I- It j
paid on day --- 1' LikeIt : J U zw-- _
of sale. the economy. I
Financing will be announced. -

OPEN FOR INSPECTION From 10:00 A.M. on day Moms To Play Crate ': i I -s ::_ TODAY'! I It

sale to be held on premises. regardless, of Girls Cage Team : .

weather. Tuesday NightAn t


FREE PRIZES including wrist watch and other exhibition basketball game W\\(

gifts given as always at Southern's Sales will be played in the high school New 3 bedroom house, deep well, electric pump, hot water heater. two-thirds acre '

To Be Conducted By gym Tuesday night, Feb. 25, at lot facing State Road 100. Price $5,750 $2,500 down, balance $62.80 per month.
7:30 o'clock between the BHS girls CoU'nty' Commissioner Harold Norman displays 24-pint crate of
and a team composed of mothersof luscious Florida 90 strawberries grown by his father, Leon Norman, .

Southern Realty .& .Auction Inc. and the alumni.'I players faculty ,members in the Miami area. The 24-pint crate may be adopted for use by FLORIDA REALTY CO. OF. STARKE

Bradford County growers this season, and Is already popular on all
There will be no admission
Phone CH 2-2092 other markets. In spite -of cold weather. Miami berries are still .116 N. Walnut St. Telephone 383
and the is Invited
charge, public
I :
718 Broadway Daytona Beach, Fla. to aeo tho tun. .. bearing, with fruit bringing around |12 per crate. ,0- '



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yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyi plans were made for holding a Mrs. -Ann Bissell and her sister, wil continue. Next Thursday will and her granddaughter of .
Mr. and Mrs. X. U :Andrewsand Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Blood Drive. The Mobile Unit Mrs. Buby in second place. The feature classes for teachers. were guests of Mrs. Edwardson D.
KEYSTONE sons of Gainesville and Mr. McKinney of Hilliard were
i HIGHLIGHTS from the Alachua County Hospitalwill Club now meets on Monday even- Mrs. Virginia Atkinson of Pa- Sunday afternoon. House
and Mrs. Bobbie Wasdin, also of visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Mc-
be in Keystone Heights at a ings at 7:30: in the Woman's Club. latka, Christian Education Chairman guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwardsat Gainesville

By Jlrs. J. Russell Young future date to be announced, Batchelor PartyR. Third District, Florida Diocese the present time are his par- H. M. Wasdin visited Mr. and Mrs. Kinney Sunday.

when local residents may contribute E. Fiertz was guest of honorat spoke to the Auxiliary on ents, :Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwardsof Sunday. Those on the sick list are: J,
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&& & & & .... to the Blood Bank for this Flake Watson of
------- a Batchelor Party at the homeof Wednesday morning. Her subject, Worthington Springs.Mr. C, Moody, Raymond Moody, John

Lake Rerion Tributaries I! per works it is of course most area. Mrs. Dawson President of Joe Pawlikowsky on Thursday -Witnessing. and Mrs. Vance N. Geiger Fairbanks, and Mr. and Mrs. McKinney, H. M. Wasdin Mrs.

Watershed Project Gets UnderwayIn necessary to determine the source of the Woman's Club, stated thatit evening, February 6. Bob was Additional Chairmen of the spent the weekend with their Leonard latives McKinney and children Lizzie Hines and Mrs. Card

keeping with our promise to' cf waters available and the a- should be clear in the minds presented with an apron, dish Auxiliary appointed are: Worship parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brad- here last week .

get for our readers the latest information ; mounts thereof. Further it is nec- of'donors and those' needing blood towel, a scrubbing brush, pail and Mrs. Alex Brokas; Altar, Mrs. L. ley. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley left Mrs. J. H. Surrency was visit- Ahern burg.

on the progress of,! essary to determine the extent of that no matter what hospital the several comic items which brought F. LaMee; United Thank Offer- Monday for their annual vacation ing her brother in Plant City from We wish them a speedy 'recov

some relief for the condition of, the underground reservoirs our patient is in, a transfer may be many laughs from those present. ing, Mrs..H. .A. Whitehead. which will be spent visiting Friday until Sunday. ery.ThaI' .
the water level in some of our'lakes recharge and at what points made from the Alachua Blood Attending the affair were fellow Keynotes their children in Jacksonville and

lakes, we submit a letter receivedby :water is by wells, etc. being drawn Bank from our reserves in that Du Pont personnel, including, Dr. John Eisele Davis and Mrs. Orlando.

Mr. Carl Carnes of the Lake i there from. bank. John Ruffini, Bob Randolph, Davis have returned to their :Mrs.. Clarise Thompson had as Our Buslneu

Brooklyn Association from Sen- I These studies must be conducted Future plans of the Club indicate Tom Garnar Dick Hackman Keystone Heights residence after spend-the-night guests over the If It's
ator Tom Adams. The letter, in I! by our State and Federal Geo- a bake sale concession at Dick Sunderland Bill Morgan having spent the summer and weekend her cousins, Misses 4 Glass We Hare IU!

part: {I:Icgical Surveys. To effect this I the Annual Meeting of the Clay George Schaeffer, Herb Nelson fall at Rehoboth Beach Md. Paula, Clara and Betty Glover, CALL WRITE or VISIT

"The Lake Region Tributariesto caused to be appropriated at the County Co-operative on March Bill Few and the host and honor They have as guests their friends also Mr.k and Mrs. Fred Arber, all

Upper Estonia Creek" water. 1957 session of our State Legis- 27., and a Rummage Sale on guest. Mr. and Mrs Virden Marshallof 'of Ft. Pierce. Joe Peters Glass Co.

shed project has been establishedand lature the-sum of $150,000. This March 8.Senator Wedding Announcement Rehoboth Beach. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson

approved by the State Soil amount was matched with $150.- Tom Adams Mr. and Mrs:' Edmond Sandersof Mrs. W. B. Dawson had as her and children of Ventura, Calif., FOR ANY GLASS NEEDWe

Conservation Board as well as the 000 by the Federal Governmentand Speaker For Club East Auora New York an- guest last, week her sister, Mrs. who are house guests of Mrs. 4 Design Modem Store
U. S. Department of Agriculture.The these geological studies have The Woman's Club will be privi- nounce the wedding of their Arthur Jensen of Lantana Beach. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Just
establishment of such a pro- daughter, Marilyn Sanders to Mrs. Dawson and Mrs. Jensen Mail Us A Pattern for
I, already begun. leged to have as their speaker at G. Caldwell, left on Saturdayto
ject is authorized by Congressional -, It is hoped that within a year the regular Program Luncheon Robert E. Fiertz, son of Dr. and spent several days visiting their visit Mr and Mrs. Edward Table Tops

act and is intended to pro we will have complete surface and meeting on February 25, The Mrs. Charles O. Fiertz of Man- parents in Savannah, Mr and Schwabb and Mr. and Mrs. John 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2-1353

vide for the necessary control hasset New York, on February Mrs. A.. L.Green.
geological data necessary to control Honorable Tom Adams, State Anderson in Cocoa for a few days.
structures, ie: dams, spillways, and maintain the water levels Senator for District 29. Senator 15, 1958. Charles Ellis, a member of the
i After this they will go to Miami .........._,,_ .... ...., .
etc. to provide relief from both in our lakes. Certainly we would Adams will bring a message of The bride is a graduate of Buf- Bradford County High School and other points in the southern t' .w. v. > ;;v.--. .,;_ _,; ,,- A .. ";,(,"""""
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flood and drought conditions. Before -''all: like to accomplish this result vital interest to every member falo Seminary and Wells College.Mr. Band, attended the Florida State part of the state on a sightseeing t iJ.

such structures can be erect- 1 immediately, but to be lasting it and both members and visitors Fiertz is a graduate of Fair and the Gasparilla festivi- tour. fI I I'w -I
ed it'is of course necessary that must be based on sound engineering are urged to be present. The Dartmouth College and is em- ties in Tampa last week. The Roy Turner of Lake Butler wasa I ..!--:.-: fj. .w4

the area encompassed in the studies. As I have stated these luncheon will begin at 1:00: p. m. ployed with the E. I. Du Pont Band made an excellent.showing, weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. m (l x < <.' I

watershed be completely surveyedand are, after much effort, underwayand Tuesday, February 25 in the Club Company at the Trail Ridge and according to Charles, they R. V. Turner. Ii I 00.ti I

studied, that the suggested just as soon as the results rooms. Plant. had a wonderful time. Mrs. J. C. Wallace, Mrs. W. N. \I"1.

control structures be adequateand are available_ they shall be put Street To Be'Closed For Play Area The couple will reside in Key- Mr. and Mrs. Dick Willis for- North and Mrs. Louise Harden I I I

properly placed. Our water- to use to relieve the situation-. The Town Council voted to stone Heights after a weddingtrip merly of Hartford, Conn., now were in Jacksonville on Thursday {

shed project, embracing the entire Signed Tom Adams. grant the County Commission to Montreal Canada. Jacksonville residents, were the I 1 I
Keystone area is next in Valentine Dessert Bridge Parties of _
This letter with its information permission to barricade and closeto guests Mr. and Mrs. Ed W. 1

priority and the survey should should be encouraging to those traffic Satsuina Street between Miss Gertrude Houser and Mrs.S. Dwyer. Mr. Willis is Purchasing TY YYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYY' I

shortly commence.In who report the level of Brooklyn Academy Way and Orchid Ave- E. McKay were joint hostessesat Agent for the Biggs "Marine and 'i !

addition to determining the' Lake as continuing to go down nue. Property adjacent to this the home of the latter on Friday Ship Building Company of Jack- GRAHAM

location of and constructing pro- even in view of the recent rains, area .is owned by the County. evening February 7 and Friday sonville. 40

the lake now being some 25 feet Baseball and football fields are evening February 14. Mrs. J. F. Frederickson has returned I >> 1

from the normal high level. Some being constructed here for use by r The parties, appropriately enough to her home after an ill- Sirs. John McKInney

KEYSTONE : 20 to 40 feet of water remain in the school children. This matterwas began with the "delivery ness of several weeks. &A ALAUU.uuA ALALAA.AA .1: How's your''pick-up"? :( .

JEWELERSExpert i Brooklyn Bay' but the large lake submitted by A. E. Anthony, of mail" to each guest, in the Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sipe were I'I Repairing !I is a series of small ponds. I II member of the School Board. form of a valentine tally card.I visitors in the home of'the Lloyd Mr and Mrs, Felton Graves of I II If you've not been getting the results you've I
the Valen- Lutz spent a few .
Woman's Club News Dessert, carrying out Scotts former Keystone residents, days with re-
Quality Line Jewelry Other matters of business at served been hoping for (with that is I
car )
At the regular tine theme in color, was now living in Dunedin. your may.
meetingof the of the Council
Walter M. Muhlhofer.- the Keystone Heights Woman's meeting on at the tables. Red and white Recent guests at Park-of-the I be it's time to change. I
February 11 were the Ordinance
Club flowers decorated the party Palms were: Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Plumbing At I

r on Tuesday, February 11, pay providing the cost for of property cleaning owners vacant to rooms. Stress, Syracuse, N. Y.; Mr. Dave s ; Its Best I I (Change your gasoline that i is.) I.

Funds Authorized For ImprovingFire ROberts Mr. Carter Cody, Mr. |T All Types I
lots and the Council decided to
TUCKER, FABRIC SHOP Department Facilities Henri Eckhardt and Mr. Ross I We'd like to suggest that a tankful of to I Iit

SPECIAL! -Reduced Prices First secure the necessary materials for William Bean representing the Smifti{ representatives of Wheaton Economical
on Quality Drapery providing a crossing of the GS&F I day's Phillips 66 FLITE-FUEL can do wonders
Keystone Volunteer Fire Depart- College, Wheaton, Illinois; -- Prices
Fabrics at the Washe- for car's And
Railway Keystone I pick-up. give
i ment, presented a communication .Mr. Edgar J. Rowe, Mr. Marvin you I
Custom-Made Draperies, Slip Covers, teria.: The Railway company will easier
Upholstering: at starting and smoother anti-knock
I to the Town Council Swartz., Mr. Paul Beckwith and Installation I
ESTIMATES FREE PHONE 2861 be requested to provide super- i their recent meeting, in which I Dr Charles Seidenspinner, of Bir- and Service quality in the bargain. I
Vision of the construction, but in Of All Types I
the Fire Department requestedthe mingham, Alabama; Mr. and Mrs. I
i the event this is not provided, the II authority to expend an a- Kline Morrisville. HI.; Miss EthelM. Plumbing & Heating I Test Drive today's FLITE- 1 I <
work of erecting the crossing will
mount to repair the jeep and for Wismer; Hamilton, Ont., Can- FUEL. You can get it at
proceed effecting a connectionwith your
other improvements in order to ada; Mr. and Mrs: Haines Cat- GNANNPLUMBING I
s. E. MCKAYREALTORSenior State Road No. 21. The dam- I nearby Phillips 66 Service II
meet the requirements of the skilJLiN. Y.;.Mr. and Mrs. A. Van I
aged at the Airport Station
Keystone Heights Zone of the Stensel, Grand Rapids, Mich.; CO. i ;
be repaired. The Airport Com I
Civil Defense Plan. Mr. and Mrs.' J. Klausmann 118 Court Street
Member Society of Residential Clay County ._ I
Appraisers mittee will decide on the appro- I
authorization was granted by Maplewood, N. J. Mr. and Mrs.
priate action. The ; PHONE 514-J I JEROME JOHNS OIL CO., Distributor I;
the Council. Harry Stanley, Cleveland Ohio; .
1 Serf Ion, I Starke, Fla.
hard rnlranrr, Rotarians Hear Plans For
.'ar.T for rank, J5S per mre.Term Grorgr'. rate. Good fishing, goad New Junior College i.CHURCH NEWS and Mr. and Mrs. D. Chisholmand Night Can Collect 2896 I I I

.. bunting. rood Nhail. 11,930 op. First Baptist the Misses Elizabeth and Keystone Heights
Clay County School Superin- LtIWINKLERSr
The congregation of the First Ruth Chisholm of Quincy, Mass.STATE ;
tendent, Hirris Long, spoke before ,
Pretty Iota WbUe Sand ,r.aLr E- For Kent: ('.'0', *3J month Baptist Church gave' recognitionto .
the Keystone Heights Rotary Club
reUOBl trrtnt. Title ru.urnme la rifrr of 10\\n. .Itlrurlh Mr. Ralph E. Copeland who TYYYYYYYYYTYYYYTYTYYTY
u"SO IP. .. haul lu to\\n. xliool, S85 ma. at their' luncheon meeting on Friday I has completed his second year A
February 14, giving a good
as- Minister of Music for the FARMBy
picture of the program for the
Church. Mr. Copeland, for many
establishment of Junior Collegesin
at the Synder
several areas fa the State. Of years organist Mrs. J. G. Caldwell
FINANCE YOUR NEXT CAR particular interest to local resi- Memorial Methodist Church in
Jacksonville, now lives in Key- &&&&&&&&AA&AAA&&A&&&&&
With The dents is the college now being established -

in Palatka. Superintendent stone Heights. Club Meeting

KEYSTONE STATE BANK Long told Rotarians that the Four members Union of attended the Woman'sMissionary the The State Farm CommunityClub

new Junior College expects to held its first meeting of the CLEARANCE
meeting in Alachua on Tuesday,
Keystone Heights, Fla. open September 1958 in temporary -' members of month on Wednesday afternoonat
quarters with an estimated bringing together the home of Mrs. L. W. Pace.

LOW INTEREST enrollment of 150. WMU groups in the_ Santa Fe Mrs. Milo Seigler, the president,
RATESSAVE River District. The meeting, an
These new Junior Colleges, presided. Routine business was

Long explained, are under the all-day affair, featured as princi- transacted and a pleasant social

UP TO'$100 OR MORE direction of local Boards in the pal speaker Miss Josephine hour gas enjoyed by all. Mrs. R. : ONElectric

Member F.D.I.C.A counties where they are located. Jones, former missionary to Japan C. Ramsey and Mrs. N. G. Davis

Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community Transfer of credits to universities who brought Door." Attending a message this on were welcomed as visitors and in-

: will be possible, he explained. The "The Open I vited to join the club. Delicious
cost to Clay County will be ,5 per meeting were: Mrs. Gus refreshments were served by Mrs.

cent of the 6 mill apportionment man, Mrs. John Camp, Mrs. Fred Pace and her co-hostess, Mrs. Joe

DRUGS AND SUNDRIES for education, about 4000. With Ellis and Mrs. C. T. Parker.. Hitchcock.Mr. Ranges
FOUNTAIN SERVICE the establishment of these several Community ObservedIn and Mrs. D. M. Hale and
Scout Sunday
Junior Colleges throughout the little son of Lake Butler were the I

Gifts For All OccasionsWHITMAN'S State the crowded conditions Community Church dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. G.

should be somewhat relieved at Twenty Boy Scouts from Troop E. Crews on Tuesday night.

CHOCOLATESWe Universities. Mr. Long also 105 were guests at the MornIn Mrs. G. E. Crews visited Mrs.

Service.take pride in our rapid. and accurate Prescription young pointed students out the, who advantage sometimes to Worship Church of hour Keystone at the Heights Community on .Olan is a patient Hale on in Friday.the hospital Mrs. Hale in ONLY 10 LEFT TO GO 10 i ) ONLY

Let fill
Preceding -
us your next prescription. may be "lost" in the large uni- Sunday morning, Feb. 9. Lake Butler. ,
the message, which was especially -
PHONE 2161 versities. Friends of E.. C. Long will be
for the Scouts on "Grow-
Duplicate Winners glad to know that she was able
BELOTE DRUG STORE Winners in last week's play ing Up," a brief case was presented to come home from the hospitalin

were Mrs.. Paley Boyd and Mrs. to the Scoutmaster, Myron C. Starke on Friday and is feeling ; Li PRICES LOWER
Prevatt, by the Rev. Russell -""'
and '1I-----' -
in first place better. -> '
Allen Graham much
I Young, minister of the Church I ,,,, "... )11f fffi
( Institutional ,Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Crosby -.. 01''. .''0'1iO'' jj .,
who the I. .
serves and children were Sunday dinner I." ,'III', \h'l.. \:) : THAN
Representative of the Rotary I, "r.' .','\i. _
|! FREE FREE Club. Also presented to the Scout guests of Mrs. Crosby's mother,

-tc Troop was a Safety Certificatefor Mrs.Road.A. W. Douglas, on Palatka 8 J RIDICULOUS!

their Scout hut. The present-
Mr and Mrs. John Spence
14 FT. B.G. SPECIAL BOAT ation was in recognition of the spent the weekend 'with Mr. and DE LUXE
enlistment of the large numberof
Mrs. 0. E Crosby,
r ,
.r Scout recruits added to the 'PUSHBUTTONFEATURES.
1:. .,.:.! P Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Conner D

'.. i.. f'1if Troop during 1957. and son-Douglas spent last week- m a ...
L ;tf: J The Community Church will
end in1 I Miami with relatives.
-.motJ begin the Lenten Wednesday t
House guests of Mr. and Mrs. *
evening Services on Feburary 26 Callahan "Super 2600" Colrod
Conner are Mrs. Kirby
in the Church Sanctuary at 7:30.: E. f' : unit Is foster than gal
and two children and Mrs. W.
.W Everyone is cordially invited.. Shanley and daughter, all of Mi- a, ''';; v Super Oven cook
The Annual Silver Tea will be meal for 2 or 22
ami. Mr. and Mrs. Conner, y
an event of Friday, February 28. clock
rrc. and their visitors were dinner --- Automatic timer
made'wIth -- --- -
Reservations may be .guests of Mrs. Conner's mother '"1 Ratable deep-well woker

Mrs. Axel Malmgren. The program Mrs. R. R. Crosby in Starkeon i Plufl-in griddle and fryer,
will feature Gladyce Bach-
.. Sunday. both optional now or later
mann, Contralto Mildred Felix, I7Fnj .e
Misses Virginia Erwin .
pianist, Mary L. Young, violinist, : : i.
Shealey and Martha Long were : '_ Priced
and Axel Malmgren. Flutist. The .
members of the Bradford County > .- -
r program will begin at 3 p. m. From $138
who to
Band were privileged go _
F. '!31 St. Anne's Episcopal to Tampa and participate in the -
Lenten schedule announced-
attend I
parade at'Gasparilla and
l? Church Service at 9:00: a. m. followed -
the Florida State Fair.
'.."t..,1'1(; i",,.' 4 by coffee at 10:00. At 10:15: Mrs. R. S. Rosier of Lowell Exchange

7..., .'!' A" <., instruction classes for all ages. spent the weekend at home with'
: Mrs. Gifford Grange will have
her daughter, Mrs. Clarise
... charge of the Junior Sunday I Thompson.Miss .
Complete with 18 H.P. Johnson Motor and Murray Trailer School. N. W Hardenbergh will'
Mary Wells and Lt. James
I have charge of the Senior McDonald- of Jacksonville, were IF YOU ARE THINKING ABOUT AN ELECTRIC

DRIVE IN AND REGISTER NOW! : by Adult Mrs.Bible W. B.Class Dawson.will be grouP.\. .\dinner guests'of Miss Wells' un- ,/

cle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. J.

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY Batt,.Vicar, will teach a class on Wallace, on, Sunday evening. RANGE NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY!
the "Faith of our Church. This Ray Murphy of Ocala _spent --

will be a confirmation refresher Sunday with his parents, Mr and

I : SERVICE 'F course The Keystone Parish will com- Mrs.Jeanette-L W.and Murphy.Robert Hollings-

)IMPERIAL R bine with the Melrose Parish in worth of Lake City are visiting

E [SI A liON E Tuesday the Lenten.evenings..Mid-week Transportation services on- their Archie grandparents.Dobbs. this week.Mr. and Mrs. WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICEPhone

E E arrangements may be made Mrs. J. E: Edwards visited,her

1575 No. Temple Ave. U. S. 301 Stark ,F1orida with Telephone Miss Anna 4125. Kate Mansfield, Thomas parents in Mr.Worthington and :Mrs.Springson John 166 234 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.t .

The Thursday night activities Sunday. Mrs: Z. W. Hamilton

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u"J iW n: Bolless -
Tornadoes d Hose At friday;

I Weds, H. .H.- Rhodes, SweetheartAt : JRancher .Buys ,j. ]I II.

:In Lake Butler Valentine, Dance Brings Freezes Large Tract Here

1 i [Continued from Page 11 Enter Group.3: Tourney Next %Week i -
-, Miss cattle and:
F : FJora Slade! was chosen ,ed on car tops and ,other sect A. F. McDavid a
Valentine Sweetheart from 12 candidates 'horse rancher who has started
protected from the until
: t'the Sweetheart Ball Th T9rnado i basketball team operations in this section within

Xshfrp Jkfooty j sponsored BHS around noon Thursday. closes out "its regular ichedule I *I.tioriG' ad"; the past two years, this week
.... _______ ,-,_ I Student Although ..growers with early ,
.. .. .
-' Council last,Saturday evening at Friday night with a return engagement completed gotiations en the

Tea For MembersOf Garden .Club .the SLarke.- ,_.'.Woin----n's- Club.- crops fered in tremendous South Florida Josses have actual:.suf ,against' 'Bclle.s'm" Jack' Sets Open HouseFor'Mustcr purchase of 'around .500 acres' of
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Th ,club. house .:was attractively sorwille..Ip their game here, Bradford land fron.iMr. and Mrs. Woodrow
Beta Sigma Phi Will View SlidesStarke decorated- for. JLhe annual occasion I t crop .damage in this county has scored a 63-57 victory, with Day' Shaw of Brooker. '
been -
'At ,Home with streamers of red and white I negligible. At this time, of high-.s oring Bill Tym of Bolles : Records in'the office of County
1 jKincaid Garden Club will view year there is little gfoWinl hereto his showed that
crepe and red hearts getting 38 pointS for team. 1 Clerk Charles Darby
gaper paper
slides IA. : be hurt. Strawberry j parits! Both local companies of the theland
on plant propagation anda the OaeB Hobbsvs4uid "cntere this McDavid Paul $75.000 Jor
ung from stage curtains. The
Mrs. J. G. Godwin and Mrs. J. ? ;
putting bloom about Bland--
: film on roses at their February tables on game with 2 IJ:S won 4Ost: record, National Guard. at Camp : around 70 head 4f cattle
W Kincaid hostesses at around, the ,dance floor '
were a
meeting Monday evening at 7:30 ___ this time, have been "h.eld back"by : defeating every teatd! th y have! ing and Starke. will hold open i? and t the irrigation 'system on .the
lovely were with et1 and
tea Sunday afternoon r
eqvel"fd white
o'clock in the Parish Hoqse p. the cold but regarded by irlw hwse on Washington's'birthday,I j land is located
on played, except P. K. YonW, i praperiy.The' .
from .four to five o'clock at the checked; cloths. The refreshment i i
some growers as more of an ad- '22. The public is -
Church street. I p has ha1 ded''tlie three losses to Saturday, ,Feb. north 'of Brocker.
home of the latter on N. Walnut table) in .the unroom urtlier carried vantage than ..otherwise. The cold 'to the' armories:1'
street honoring members of Beta' Miss Dorothy Ross, in chargeof .out the Valentine'theme be-' BHS. It has been a very successful invited inspect The ,purchase extendsMc-
the program, will ,be intro- I'has interfered with some crop- season for the squad and in from 9 ajfl. to 4"pjn.Washington's j I I David's holdings in Bradford
Phi _
Sigma decorated
sorority. ;ng with white ,crep.epf'oper.and planting in the Breaker .
area has
duced by Mrs. P. TJJolin. program spite of illness and injuries among birthday re- : County to at least 1,300 acres..He
Spring flowers in pastel shades I red streamers caughtat however, .where ,growers .usually cetftiy been designated Muster '
chairman. land
I I I the members, the nine boys on the also has recently purchased
were:used to advantage. in decorating <. Hostesses: for the evening will -4-4I 4Miss intervals around the skirt with try for an earlier market: than squad have continued their'win- Days; in honor of the Florida'} National :'. in Alit ua' County adjoining
,the party for theoc- red hearts. around .Starke.
rooms be Mrs.: W. H. Nollman. chairman ning way Guard. In Colonial days it "Bradford. '

casion. The tea table was cover Mrs. P. T. NoUn Mrs. E, H. Pres- Assisting in serving were Mrs. Cattle losses in the county are The Tornadoes' real test comes I was:the custom for the able-bodi.1 I McDavid lists his home addressas

ed with an imported Point de cott, Mrs. P.;: J. Quattlebaum and Willie Mae Denton. Mrs. F. S. not serious as yet, with only a- next Thursday afternoon, Peb. 27 ed men of the community all of j Pompano, where he also has
Venice cutwork cloth and centered Mrs. Pauline Torode. Smith and Mrs. Ava Edwards. bout two .per rent of the county's: whom were counted in the local ,
I I when they play their first gatoe extensive property holdings
by'an antique silver fruit bowl The approximately 115 students estimated 12.000 .head succumbing in the Group 3 Tourney being militia, to assemble for a'roll call !

filled with the -.same blossoms.' Mrs. Wagner: HonoredQn : attending this delightful affair enjoyed -j I to the cold and short rations. Another staged this year at Fletcher High and.fnspect.on'cf arms once each ;
I Buck PassingBlamed
The centerpiece was flanked on dancing to tape. recordings two or three weeks of cold, School Jacksonville Beach. year on the village green. This !: '

either side by silver three-branch BOth Birthday during the evening. however, would bring about a Due to the large number of occasion came to be known as1 By Mabry

candelabra with burning 'pink I critical feed shortage in this area!:! .
At Lake Geneva Class A schools, 12 in this group Muster Day.
tapers. at the base of which I I I it was said. of I For School Ills
were Although deprived
WMU.Cirde: Topic initial play will start Tuesday The Feb. 22 observance was recently -
pink grapes and delicate pink Mrs. E. C. of Lake Gen- pasture grasses that have been state-wide
1 i Dykes j night. The Tornadoes are seeded proclaimed on a "
camellias. All the appointments ,. Is 'Family Worship lulled by cold, most growers have I "The buck stops here Rer. J.
eva was hostess at a. surprise,j Cecilia Ann Norris,' I No. 2 team, so,they will meet the basis by Gov. LeRoY Collins.
of the
on the table were of silver and I birthday party on Feb. 10 honor- daughter Q(Air. and Mrs. C. D.: : been able to keep their cattle in winner of the Fletcher-Fernan- 'H. Mabry Jr. told members

the silver coffee service was \VUliam Norris of' ,Pahokee, The Brownlee Circle of the First. fair shape, though,having to purchase -. High' School PTA Tuesday nightin
ing Mrs.. Wagner, also of : ,became the I dina Thursday\ afternoon at
placed at end. I Baptist Church met : feed at game the ,ntrwersial
Tuesday discussing
one night sky-rocketing
Lake! Geneva on her 80th birthday britfe of Hugh Harris Rhodes, I : 3:30.:: Semi-finals will be played Funeral J Monday. ;
Greeting the members at the anniversary. son of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Rhodes in the home of Mrs.0.. O. Webb. Considerable damage to ornamental -i finals "lag" of the U. S. behind
Friday night and the on
The program topie, "Christian trees and has I For. Mrs. Jacobs educating young people for anatomIc
door were Mrs. Howard Meyers Enjoying this occasion with the of Bellview! Ohio, on Friday Saturday night. .\
and Mrs. evening Worship in the Family," was been reported. Usually, at this -age,
Kincaid. Director. honor guest were Mrs. E. C. Dy- Feb. 7: at seven o'clockin presented The ,winner of the tournament
time of the Mrs. Sarah Jacobs, 74, a for said that any
Standing in the receivjog line the Lake Butler by Mrs. Garl Mathews, year town is ablaze The speaker
kes. Mrs. Ida Gentry, Mrs. Mary I Methodist will represent this at the '
were Mrs. ,Godwin sponsor. Mrs.J. Itoot: Mrs. J. Austin, Mrs. Tracer Church. Rev. N. L. Boyd, pastor circle' leader Mrs. M. F. Hazen with azalea blooms .but only a State Tournament-in group Gainesville met resident of Starke. died Sat- shortcomings in the American educational

D. Warren. Mrs. Mildred Cut- Baker"! ,*Mrs. B. Cunningham, Mrs. 'of the church, officiated at the and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.- After few seattered blossoms have escaped in' March.Tfie urday in"a Jacksonville hospital system are equally the
tino. i a short business session, refreshments the killing freezes. Old- following a long illness. I responsibility of the home the
Mrs. B! J. M ox\ .y,_and Mrs. B. double-ring ceremony. '
Roy Tornadoes
: .Fpcsythe Carlson, barely squeezed
J cobs was born in Romania -and.-the .sin-
Robert, Barl sdale. Solcist was Mrs. were served by th hostess. timers report the cold "burning"hardwood school; -the 'ehurch)
Leroy Mizelle
\ -T. M. Mrs. Green Fri
rs. Jinley Syrad past Cove Springs last and'was the widow of the I .
Mrs. Gene Long presided at the Net. who sang, "I Love You Truly." evergreens in the river !.dents themselves."I
Mrs. Stella Stanley, and Mrs. d night, 47-43, but had an easier former Starke ;
B. Jacobs, a lot about new
Helen swamps that they have late have heard a
Organist Miss Masters Circle met Tues- never ,
coffee service was Tania Smith
and assisting in
tIe Ashley, Keystone! Heights Mr. tune defeating Santa Fe Tuesday For the past eight .
of educa.
who accompanied day morning in the home of Mrs.J. seen touched before. Manytypesof merchant. theories and processes
serving were Mrs. O. L. Beasley, : Mrs. Mizells I
and Mrs. B. Tyjer' Putnam Hap, night, 5748.TsB had'made her home in.
and played Eu Hardy with Mrs. J. H. palms and even hardy Austrafiaa. .- years she tion: elaborate new
Mrs. R. P. Demorest, and Mrs. .Mrs. WOT XotOea, JArs. Hazf the traditional 'Wed.ID .- DuI Jim Xrepps, B Stx l 5 I
1't Turner. I :\\ % 'm'i1'It'na I? t& vs>\\',>...\$ 3. MVti a fievDtional -. $(\ie& fa. -% \ \;,' % ( <. fi.1.. Nuttles, and Mrs. D. R. inch center kept Green Cove in
Church Arrangements of green, and by Mrs. Jim Chasteea,, the i been swept by lire and even the Surviving are three daughters, t facilities," Rev. Mabry: saW, "hue
and jDhMren of Wesconett, Vn'fl- I I the ,arne TJVtfi"; 2$ poirts, and j' Jacfc* d
< taps Mrs. Clarence NussbaWB, hear of a new kind
cQld-pcoot bamboo .shoots have yet to
pink palm branches
magnolia program on family worship i l
Valentine was
Dance rebounds'th
liam Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. L. N. grabbed many t enabled Dtfjrow.,i ealculus -
leaves, and i have been nipped. sonville; Mrs. :William student who ivinttrestwi
white presented
tapers by Mrs. M. H. /
Given By Mothers Wagner, and !and Mrs. M candelabra .decorated the I pard and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw.;ShepI A-I Lccal fuel oil dealers report lead and his hold team it to until take about an early mid-I West Palm Beach; and Mrs. Jjtcfc* instead of comics, trigonometry I

dred Wagner. The bride ,wore a white knit new Mrs. L. 1L I ;
member I
For Irby, was i way the fourth period, when the ''(
Young The honoree received
love '
l-Ionorqes many Jane'BilIingsey} Palm Beach
sheath dress ith white acces- welcomed; at this time. Refreshments January, which had already,been : navigation! Jnst ad of moon gaz-
ahead and put I i
ly gifts on this occasion.Mr. sories. She : I reported as doubling or trebling I Tornadoes forged: and a brother/.William Itosn,I I salT If'if the responsibility : -
carried a white Bible were!:! served at the close of freeze to the Blue Devils '{ing. He
The Catholic on a keep
fjecreation Center Mrs. Wagner also ,
and wul church
: \ 1957 sales for the same period. Jacksonville. &e
topped with white !! the home:
camellias and the 'pf
meeting. the ball and :
the from getting tying
was scepe Saturday night ota celebrate their 0th anniversary and
services were
Plumbers Private funeral
;wedding satin streamers. report an unprecedented school to ei qtl'qle;
study and the
course on nome mis- )the ;
delightful I score.
danc.e given by Mrs. Friends .
on Feb. 28. pfthe number of burst water,pilith held at the gravesJde( in Temple} I ft* better
Immediately following the sions i i cultivate the desire
Ressie Mrs. "Loofc Look, the Cities, Charles Noegel seemed to .bet ;{
Colsqn. Riley Was-
wish them i
cpuple : many more several homes extensively dam- Cemetery Jacksonville, on Mon scVlastJC}
ceremony, a reception ''moral' spiritual, and
din. Mrs. Margaret Blankenship, was held will be held at the church on e only Tornado with the soft
happy years together... in the educational aged. Fires have been numerous day with Rabbi Sidney Lefkowitz: people.
building i values in our
Mrs. Jack Trawck, Mrs. W. H. of Thursday at 1:30 and 7 n.m. due to overloaded touqh ,that night, as he totaled II
heaters, and officiating.
Graham, : Irs. Euene, Long, and Social Club Met the church. : 1O__ "nninfc-__--"_,. 'RlvCTC...._..:. .Viart.__ _19_. _nnri._ I I TV.O' !;crvooVor was' Introduced- bV
several Negro homes have been
Mrs. Wally Salano for' their j The. bride's table, overlaid i witha i I The Ida Darby Circle of the burned to Kirkland 11. Mrs., -GY--Andrews, who had
the ground.
daughters; Linda Wasdin Barbara In Parish HallThe white ,linen cloth was centered I First Baptist Church nut Tues high winds have Unusually It was the third defeat the Presbyterians charge of the program. >
also.caused '
with many
Blankenship; Donna Tr ,wick, a large vyrofoam heart day afternoon at the'home of }.1rz. dangerous Tornadoes put on Santa Fe Tues- During the business session

Jo Alyce ,Graham, Mary Ann 'I Starke Social- Club., held. its j flounced with pink tulle and I W. B.' Mundy! on'Church- street grass fires. day night. :Bradford had a slim Elect. New. 'Officers. held in the BHS music building,

Long, Sandra; Salano and Diane .second February meeting at St. I Pink Perfection camellias. A with ten members present.Mrs. 28-35 half-tune lead, but pushed Mrs. Lou Hilendahl resigned her

Colson. Edward's Parish Hall on Tuesday white ceramic angel stood at the J. B.- app was. .cohostess.Mrs. ;Suspect Held, ahead with a QOd third ,period In I a congregational meeting at j office as president due to her entering -

The Center was gayly decoratedfor evening. base of the ,eart. Flanking the F. B. Beard, Qircle Jeader, outscoring Santa jfe .15-8. The the close pf the morning service the missionary field of the

the occasion with balloons Various games were enjoyed by heart were burning pink tapers presided. The ..devotional Another Sought fourth period was about even, but last Sunday member? of .the First I Methodist Church. The office .wUl,

and colored crepe paper carrying the 19 members present. W. F.; in crystal holders, each candle given by Mrs. L. D. Haines. Mrs.J. by then, ,theTornadoes had the ., Presbyterian Church elected three I be ,trilled temporarily by Mrs.

.." out the Valentine motif. The refreshment Herlohg was received as a new prettily pink camellia.At decorated. with a"tiny A. Griffin taught two chaptersof In -Store Theft game in:hand. "Curtis McGee; was !deacons to serve: for threeyearsterms. Lloyd Far rf .yi!?? preside ,
member. I .
good l pn bounds and general I.
table "Helping
was covered witha Others.Become Chris :
Valentine} Refreshments were served by one end of the table Mrs. tians." floor .play. Jim I Hobbs led ,the ,Re-elected to the Board of Deacons -
and help refreshments E. D. Dukes cut and
Mr. and'Mrs, John Crehan, Mrs. served wed- .
with'J.5 points, .Annandi .were P. D. Fancher Jr., Herbert
; .
of Refreshments scores ,
ca-Cl'\las sandwiches ding cake while Mrs. were served by ing held under ;1,000 bond ,cn : 1 1
Emma Hill, Leroy My-
W. A. Mrs.
Rivers had\12, and Curtis McGee Green, and John Mixon. Installation 4
nuts and the hostesses .
chips. during the social of breaking i into\Volley
and Rev. W. S. Mc iley. zelle served punch at the other. ,. '- "
10. for these officers is
The teen-agers enjoyed dancing Mrs. Robert Driggers. Mrs. L.1 hour. .:&: Starling's Grocery on >East
The next meeting will be held .
to recorded music 'the qoach Temple's Junior Varsity for Sunday, :March.2. Florida Forest Service head-
during Brownlee St..last
R. Brallier and Saturday night.
March 6 the First Presbyterian Mrs. H. L. Boyd
evening. Merchandise valued lost to Santa Fe Junior ,Varsity t0 her deacons by classes are: I quarters in Bradford County reports -
-____ l Assembly Hall. also assisted in serving. Spaghetti Supper $100 was taken from 9-9. The Junior boys were ,oft Class of 1958-Rudolph Sink,! the following information on

.. .. .: -.. .. After, spending some. time with. For Engaged Coupje including nine ,cigarette the,lighters, on_ their shooting arid,could never Treas.; Claude Crowson, Building II woods fires fought and suppressedin
the guests, Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes
I Case Record, of A Chiropr acJtpr left 'for a wedding trip ,to Jack- ; eight cartons of cigarettes,' 25 get!going. Woody Strickland. was Fund Treas.; Class of }959B. C. the county during the' past

Mr. and .Mrs. Robert Turner of high ,with 10 points.Independents Holtzendorf Jr., David ,week:
boxes of .22 mis-\
.BoY Dr. 1..G. ) 5te) : cartridges: and
.. >>g sr>>>y> Bed ,
) ) tsit i"'t\ %:t. : "t\ n.'S UaDfDUS CDThDZ. 1\s. ,(({ S. . CaN JJIuIUGnla1L | The bride is a senior student
|(at Florida: State XlniveisvtjTallahassee. %n 4 I ) ,tar. J 7. ,H&?rtoBsa at Ear E. ffttfcfc&nct Jr..was \.alsoel 'h1> 1 f'p1Tll'Zy servmg on Montgom-j'. 'JD'2iJ} :Jl:7eS pl 277l* )?.

aged: tf \ <
.. a blood pressure of well over 200. Patient was, ner- graduate of FSU and at presentis I .at ,the Career. home! on. released. However, the -JSherilt's Win j j'J the following: Class of 1958-r-Guy( this year, 57.

Wf'I"ht;. and complained of nervousness and fatigue after slight employed in the Classification I Kingsley Lake honoring Billy] office ,now;has..a call out ""for Andrews, W. T. JacJtson; Class ofA. Acres burned p'uice Jan. 1 thisMade

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( .. '!:. \. ;)3 .]J ppJ -}]"Y ,) 'iJ'i'-,.tD.Z'uWaity \ "}'1. ))\. t)' a.)r l"L ,, ") > 'l:;, )..aJ)3lIurr. !'7 q ( '
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t'f; 't t'b Th'r'r\ : ) Xlr'n 1& .
en- uiQi-ui Qieir last
,1l.Xl HQI games week
vu amazed at tie speed of recovery under chiropractic Circle WSCS' J\'joy the :lt s& tt. ,'qj1-<;' \ttd' I [tnwtC; tt '
car t Met Tuesday NigktFeb. j l the .1 n'DJ1 1',,,The a1evs; 71-61 in. & gam; here aat4c4tz : 1\ t {I:) May ITt a.miclne: .
7'P )2pp A' QH/gjig 'caqte re& qlMue < d:?(( ? ) > ,> -> 1'i" .J"z> } ?}; 'I.)42FZ

<. qiee ':} .< ':}!. <{ <>I' <)> ; 2&';2s.' k J'Rlk ..7.th9

4p. oo's'b 'b me"tDe.s y 7>')g>>,%,:; %tt. "? \ '>>) '} ))e>>,f IaJ2b's.-. I ) : 'wrbay: Xlgn'1., j I { 1't.. c
H: G. lJDLL1NGER CkOLACT1C OFFICES Feb. II, at the home o(Mrs. Foster Monday tight at & o'clock: ,was seen parfceci near! the Starling i -- a. Tftursofay's game Frank Dryden 'Soil Conservation. mabe Saturday to Date St. la

728 E., UnivertyAve. 42& N- "Walnut} SL SM Stnitfi.. Mrs. L. C. Champion -r at the home Q jf frs., F eemaa Reg- store, at the time in question,,the. I was high scorer with 19 District Reno to put out a chimney tire.
QliQ'WWt I files 'There was no damage to the
had charge of the program I ister'J'r..y.iU\, Jr. Sheriff Jlaid points; Arthur Winkler runner. -

to attte( Ph\\\\t 2 S\ar e Phunt m\ and read's letter from Miss Phyl- as cD-'J1/slesJ. fl1', with IT.: Saturday night A. [Annual ReportThe DDm ,

I lit\ Martin, a Lawtey missionarynow Property.OwnersUrged Q. jSmith was high 'with 16, while :I Sunday afternoon the firemen

located in Ecuador. Fair, AttendanceCut Winkler accounted for 14 points. number of cooperators in : put put .a. grass fire in Saratoga!

Preceding the program, a turkey By',Assessor The .,ocasyUI. meet Prudential I the Bradford S.oil Conservation i Heights and Monday noon they

GET TDP CASH DOLLARFOR and ham supper was served >By ,CoId, TO File :Returns Insurance/ ,Co. of Jacksonville inthq District increased from 139 :to were called back for a return en-

blocks for
by Mrs. Smith, assisted by Mrs.G. i Mrs. Howe Reports BHS gym Saturday night at 173, according to the annual report gagement three away

YOUR PROPERTY S. Newcomb. All property owners in Bradford 8., of the District submitted re- another grass fire.

1.11.. far South In auriloa .alc., J. !.. Tudd .tuetlou Can .a}._ Attendance at the State Fair. County are urged by Tax Assessor cently. -

....rall.P'\ \ Jn. .k'lwrMa brla' |(.. More ba>*r.. aatl ...llcr. <.- Brownies NoticeThe in Tampa was down by about 20' Gene Long to attend to their tax i'\fyprld Day Of PrayerTo During the year 1957, the District .
rlbrr for .,
brnrflt '
Mir at aar,\ioa _8rl'thEM rr brforr.r nneriAlUe U
REAL ESTATE: BUSINESS PROPERTY I I Brownie Scouts will meet Howe, Chamber of Commerce filing of
Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock secretary. She attributed -the Applications, Personal Siren Blast the report stated. EBICSTARKE
Motels and Hotels Sub-Divisions *
Residential !at the home ,of their leader, Mrs. small numbers .to ,the very a4 Property Tax Returns and any Other accomplishments listedin '

PnnPi'RTV. '. LIVESTOCK. _FARMS.. L I j, D. Barren, 321 N. Myrtle Ave. weather which she claims is other_matters that might concern Friday Feb. 21, is World Day 'the report were FLA.

f'art....U ..tlv..l ad"; bu>rr. from orry arrtluB ., much worse in Tampa thann\ theirproperty.. of .Prayer, with all churches of A total of 595 acres of crop-
,.. .
'l.alac roHBtry.. Oar to'Ttxld roMpaajr Hair ba*. tbr turr**La..w* h."w*Ihry' t.. kelp run tout 7*_ rrali u. >Bound e theaiaslatBBt Starke. "I wore three sweaters. Long' urges all property owners ,thtl,,com \\unity participating.! The lands. were converted to grassland.A SUN:, MON., TUBS.

w.rlb .f roar pr.prrlr> L.t.* .'.w )ua what "r r ii two coats and, longies and was. to file the homestead .exemption observance will begin at 10 am. total of 176 acres turned from f
4. fur )... !N.'ubllKltlua .. jaar part Write, td.,. KUIuK lo- still cold" she said. Calling at- application this is the weedland to grassland. Feb. 23, 24, 25
,.. as only in -
ratUa aa4 type '.prvperlf, T::8" ba pe First Methodist_Church and ,
tention to the azaleas still.bloOming way the exemption _can be al10y.'ed. i is ponsored: by the Starke Council: ,Six hundred and thirtythreeacres DOUBLE' FEATURE
J. L. TODD AUCTION CO. outside the Chamber.of .Com "Don't" wait, :until the last of Church Women: Mrs, Titus Olson put in cover cropping. "Baby Face Nelson"

*LI>I \'."r' Prapertr MU t'. We *ell the \VrIJ'" merce office she said there eem-: minute, <. the- assessor, urges.. president. A total of 1,299 acres plantedin \VIth'Mlck y Kooney and Carolyn
(,1I.rl.0)rr. Broker ed to be more damage in Tampa ; pastures. "-. .
P. O. Box: CS Hotel Orala M \. 2-31:17 Oval., Fl.rUa The start of..the, observance will Jones
'LU'K\StD -.,I1O>UKI> nti'nED than here. Hdy.Reeetedchairman be*marked by the sounding of thecity's Firebreak construction during And

Business'men from Ohio Mas-. the year totaled 92,920 feet. '
fire; siren at. 10 ajn..
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Sturdi- '
OfHospital The Silent World
sachusetts, and Connecticut dominated A A total of 1,358acres of pine
vant of San Jose, Calif., announce voluntary ,offering will betaken
the representatives of industry 1 Board at 'the service for u&e' in trees'planted.. Colorby\ TECHNICOLOR
I the birth of a son Keith Allen on ,
Feb 17. Maternal grandparentsare interested in the Starke various mission projects carried About 500 acres of trees improved Space Men of the Sea

Ladies SHOES :Mr. and Mrs. :Edward A. Hall area, Mrs. Howe said.They. were Charles,.Hardy ,was re-elected onby the .council.Rptarians by selective cutting. Plus Color Cartoon for Kids

SAE CIOlS of, Starke. especially i interested in the electronic chairman of (he )Br.adf, ?rd ,County Four acres planted in the Wild-

69c & $1.00 potential and in the natural -. HtepitaVat" board's reorganization life Area Improvement plan., Wed., Thur. Feb. 26, 27

Bradford County Hospital announces gas lines. meeting held' at '.thehos-,, Told. The farm' forester serviced a DOUBLE FEATURE -

the The two week exhibit from pital earlier his month. total of'43 landowners with a '
following births: ; The Cyclops
Science ,
_. And '
-- Children's Dresses Mr.and Mrs. Doyle Elvin Hazenof Starve !:ws entirely industrial* Other officers ,rUmed were W. i .Culture, *1"- total of3,282aeres. With
Men'sSFIdES Starke, a son, Daniel Doyle this year due .to the kid winter's: E. ;Bigh ni'Jr., .vi chairman: and Cp Live, Together I ,'"One of the outstanding eventsof Craig

Choice .- $2.49 Feb. 12. toll .of .agricultural'crops. Mrs.'Inez Green,,se etiuY. treas the year was the winning of AND

Choice.. $3.50 Mr: and Mrs. William E. Ferguson -' ;Exhibitors this year included: urer.The. Science Versus,. The Human-, the SCD speaking contest by our The DisembodiedWith
Tl / of Starke, a son ''Charles Big pad Mfg., DuPont titanium, two' new members named iti es" was the topic discussed byj'local'entry l 'Rudolph""Sapp" the Paul: B rk -and"'ADisoD
Children's Earl. Feb. 12. Hall Plastics, Braw-Tite: Trailer! recently" by ,G 'Sweaters '
All COSMETICS Mr. and Mrs. Edward Douglas Hitch..Bigham...Enterprises ,.Bradford ..eennl.Ovid, ; .Lewis' .took' the University of Florida Band, The report also noted that Color'Cartoon for Kids

of rruture. Mfg nd T.Thjomas office ,at .this joaeeting. "fairly heavy rainfall during they ,
Starke. a daughter Debora \ ,B. : when he spoke at the Rotary,C1iWdnesday. ? '
OneHpJf f'ri e 9?% ,WQQI, 'Jon, Arlo Annette. Feb. 14. Jujnber.Mrs. ar broke a' 'seven-year"'scarcityof -Fri, Sat. --'*>eb. 28, Mar 1BIG
round the waist.
.Mr.. -aBd Mrs. Curtis Lee Ak- > Howe. said ihat the Big- There iireno He said .surface: water, and ,small DOUBLE; FEATURE
(ALL 'NEW) Choice $1V59 : { '< takers, for the slze20 shirt, Mrs. there should be no conflict -
.. ,
streams, ,
ponds and
ridge of bays. which
Starke. a daughter Julie hamillJtry hibits I
$.e gained very; Howe said. between science and culture Lost In Alaska
Lynn. Feb. 15. much""attention".iand' she had dried up, were replenished.

7 Mr and Mrs. Riley Stricklandof learned of- a .S nilar .fenture"inCalifornia 1that -A prize-winner herself Mrs. and that pne .should .1191 ,beneglected Howetrer' the larger lakes are still \\rith Bud Abbptt#!n4 Iftu Cftstello

S.tarke. a son; Feb. 17. that, was highly ,.suc Howe came home with a* 'mink >t the .expense r of .the] tow! and so far the downward* AND-

IiXISTLYNEW IHOP ,- cessful. collar and cuff set valued at $100, other'. in spite of* the challengesprsented9y ., j trend :of the1 water level in them .UT AH ; 3I4INE:
won on a registration number f
I ;; has not been '
Mr. and Mrs. John changed.
: RaymondRice JTie size 60 pants given, 'away I The prize waS given by the Mary' \the [atomic age. In another With Rery JCalfcoua
of Hawthorne the
133: SOUTH WALNUT announce -the by Biz Da.d .Co. ,were ,won by AlL I carter. Paint Stores who, Mrs. The speaker was" introduced! bylden sectipn report Plus Serial Chap. 1A rand Color
birth of I [pointed'out<< that the
a' daughter county had
Cheryl 1tnn.,. .
i Shriner'of, Tampa whQ measured Ma.the Cartoon for Kids
Howe s, who had *
says store in ." charge
.- I. :. __ .. '-. __ _.. __ p on Ff ., 14 at thc Doctors Hos- ,59 and! ,one-half inches a- may open a the lowest number of woods. fires,. _
Starke sometime the" !of 7" __
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:: :- 4. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulknerand I, POLIO Qi EEN'1-1 :.NOTICE TO IKtt\D; :: I Attorney Ji>avh K SWjir.. ;221Fij.w5i
r' family visited Mr. and Mrs. Blondes fined I J. ('trra(& Our!. Bradford. l'tatrlFlorida Yitii 'i"-JM'air: Jai ksonxiile -
Robert Faulkner Jacksonville I : !. ( harry. 2 Fhthiaand
i :D.lJ1 it. Chiche>,ter, Plaintiff. vs. file Uie, tnsinal in the offke of
last Sunday. ,On Liquor CountIn Rosalie Chicheter. Defendant. the Clerk of he Circuit Court on or
I !. Mr. and Mrs. George Powell of Case .No. 12476Notice before the '
: Ta AppearTo 24 day of March 19i 5S:
Newton, N. C. are visiting'Mrs.. TV liayorurt : Rosalie Chichester, whose residence otherwise the allegations of said
I J. H. Fields and'Mr. -and Mrs. C. + i is New York. X. Y. and'a'hose Complaint will be taken as confessed
IN THE NEWS II t ,; I J. Powell for ten days: EM SOIL *:OUI.TlElGTI Station Xw York. X. Y. This notice shall be published
Mr. and Mrs. J:T. Quigley were :4 4i Four defendants appeared be- You are hereby notified that a suit I once each week for four consecutiveweeks
., ._ ,J in Gainesville fore Mayor W. T. Jackson in Police for Jixorve j in the Bradford County Tete-
where ,
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\ ,:Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Izler and j I Mrs. Quigley attended "a ,luncheonat i Court Monday and two ac- Soil Conservation above named Court and cause and i: Dated this IS day of February,
Mrs. L. F. Chapma ti gf Orlando cused traffic violators forfeited you are required to serve a copy ofyour ms.OFFICIAL.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Mullins of the home of Mr. and Mrs.: W. 4. N-E-W-S answer or pleading to the complaint i ( SEAL
is yi ting Mrs, A.,.Z. Adkins this Qcala ,spent Sunday .with their 11! A. Scott.. The luncheon. was ''giv 4.I' band! b'j'.not appearing.. on the Plaintiff's 1 Charles A. Darby
week. I wf Attorney J. Donald Gibson 100Smith Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dave Faulk attende| the funeral son and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. I en by Mrs.- Scott .for a small Mike Klondes was fined $150 By"Still\Uaas Building Jacksonville 2, FlorIda -, By Marian I.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
R. .S. Mullins and family. While group in honor of 'Mrs J, A. for having in his possession one I Soil Conservation service i' 2 20t 313e
"of Henry McGevru J.,a ,in,Douglas and file the original in the office of 'I
here they attended the Young of Bronxville., N. Y. and ,pint of intoxicating Jiquor.for '
' christening ; the Clerk t>t the Circuit Court on or
Ga. on Monday. \ of :their grandSon, Glenn Mrs. George Bedford of Wilmington :selling! pf :said liquor. .He was put I before thel: day of March U sS ;
'otherwise the of said Como
Mullins at the First Methodist N. C.. who were house guests I on probation jndefinite. period ,I stopped by ,to see; Vincent o Vlaint will ,be allegations taken. .as confessed by-
1 i of Mr. and Mrs. by layor,Jackson and warned | t 'OIl, < -
!Ii&1\ Church. Corbin Carnell. ? : .Smith; whose farm is located oa
This notice shall be published onceeach
Mrs. Charles Hardy and daughter -I-E. L. Matthews arid daughter! that the next convJction could ,,.the Heilbronn Springs Road. He week for four consecutive weeksin

Carol visited e her mother, i II Anne, arid. Mrs., Charles Meister I carry a fine ,of r$500. This was ,is planning to put in Pensacola the Bradford County Telepraph. .
I I. Dated this 23 day of January 195?
Special This rWeek! Mrs. G. E. McGauley in Palatka were in Orlando last weekend "to I Klonde first conviction in May I'I'I Bahia for his permanent pasture (OFFICIAL SEAL) |

last Thursday and Friday. i ir I be with'Mrs.'E." s.: ,who I er's Court, ,but he ,has been ,,convicted ; and; also. plans .to use I I Charles Court.A. Darby Clerk of theCircuit I If.J IJUrUn
1EHIQH CEMENT r Jesse Moore of Douglas, Ga, observed her ::85th birthday, an- and fined $500 twice for .Coastal 'Bermuda for hayBy L. Crosby. Deputy Cl..rk.

dash4 $1.355 bag was a Sunday-"- afternoon visitorof niversary' on Sunday 'at the horn ':p Ii, the fame charge 'in Bradford j{I.treating the Ccastal Bermuda .as l O 4< 21"0
Mr. of her son-in-law and daughter County ,Judge's Court by Judge a hay crop only, Smith will bs I I
M and Mrs.I. G.; Harris. >.tIJ ,fr'i j I tu
/ Miss Lu Green entered the mid- Dr: and Mrs. H. B. McLendon.' : .' :: Theron A. Yawn.. ,1! able to produce good quality hay 1.1 bids:G.tL. yriH M>be TICKSealed received by of :.

semester term at the Universityof Mr. and'Mrs.:"j. D.T: Doyle visited .r'.1;:, Dolly. Bell Corbin was charged'with ',which will supply the forage for the Florida StatePrison at the of- ,

Miami last Thursday. She'I the Elks Lodge in..Palatka, on -- .., .> : :. hit and run, jio "driver's ,lic- ;,i his stock through the winter.I flee State of the Prison Business Haiford Manager Florida Florida r'

( J was accompanied to Miami by I'Sunday 'Miss ease and possession ,of ,one-half .Coastal Bermuda requires a high; up to and not later than 10:00 A.M.. '
her' mother, Mrs.Lex Green and 'I Pvt. Raymond ,Stefanelli of Fort Margaret Ann Dinkins pint of intoxicating liquor ;forj-i iI rate of fertilizer, .but it is Che/ip-j/ March 10, 158. for approximately J
4 attractive "strawberry blonde"was 150 tons more or less junk locatedin 1
Banning, Ga. : Mrs. Corbiri 'i,er to manage the
was for selling.
grandmother Mrs. Y. A. Harrisof '" home. the. I was represented 'Coastal hay, various areas at Florida State .
t1" Gainesville. 0! weekend." ,crowned Polio Queen at the I .by ,.Lex Green and pleaded ,than to buy hay for the winter. Prison. 'Bids will be for junk 7
Mrs. Green and I March, of JDimes dance in the USO where and as is, subject to inspection -
Mrs. Harris returned on Sundayand j Rodney Hall ;returned home Saturday, Feb. 8. Rep. Doyle E. colo contendre. The hit and run I Io James Spina tells me he got prior to bidding. kids must
visited Mrs. H. L. Speer in 0 Sunday> .frorn the Jacksonville o charge .J\' :dropped as the ,damaged I good grazing from the oats he be on bid forms which may be secured -
Conner had the honor of placing 1 from the office of the Bysi-
Lake Worth while enroute. 'Convalescent Hospital where he the. Brown of the browof party testified' the damages planted this \\inter..He is ,planning ness Manager. Florida State Prison. iW ,
Have you seen Scotchgard was confined for five weejo.: the: 1958 Queen.pearls. on ,had been paid. j to fertilize .them, with 100 I .2/21 2t 2/2S:! :! V, 4Q\ I
Mrs. l;E. J. A fine of $27 levied -
Stain Repeller first and only Dowling' and Billy was on the pcunds of Ammonium Nitrateper I
upholstery fabric that resists soil Dowling visited' Mr, nowling'at Mr. and Mrs. N. L. ..Woodburnand no license conviction and $150 and acre, and,if it ever warms up J.IGALOitCF; : :
the Veteran's Hospital l1n probation. for an i indefinite period:j jihis, ,,cows will have plenty jof Sealed bids will be received by \
and all oil and water-borne stains. Lake. family visited Mr. and Mrs. the Florida State Prison at the office \ I
-At. Elrod Furniture Co. City on Sunday, J. ;B. Dick in Jacksonville on Sun- ,on the liquor conviction. This was',green grazing ,until the Bahia of the Business Manager Florida 'd''i'
Mrs., I, E, ,Clark entered the a first conviction m Mayor's : gets ready to graze.A State Prison; Ralford. Florida,
and not later than 10iO A.M.
Mrs. Virginia McGuire of Or- day.Mr. Court up
lando spent ,the weekend here Baptist? Memorial Hospital on and Mrs. Perry Middleton for Mrs. Corbin. I, complete Soil and Water March 10, 1S58!/ for various items :
Sunday for observation.., H. E. Crawford tjf sacks, rags and clippings. Bids
of was charged Conservation
Brunswick spent the week- : farm plan
was pre-
with her parents, M!. and Mrs. "' : wilF be for sacks; rags and clippings
,. \ Errol ,Alvarez. On Saturday Mrs. Mrs. Al H. Harley HI leaves end with. Dr. and Mrs'-W.E., Mid- with refusing to surrender his ,pard for .Dan Harley .of Lawtey.He where and as is, subject to''
\ I, McGuire 'and her mother were in Friday for Charleston, W. Va. to dleton., driver's: license, to the police, planning to put in some must inspection be on bid prior forms to bidding.which may Bids be i

,\"Art you f.wp this U what YOM I. Jacksonville to attend funeral join her IWbandwho, has, accepted :Rev. W. S. McAliley and O. E. speeding, driving while ,Intoxicated -,Pensacola Bahia pasture and secured from the office of the Business Only $$2-49 i

tiaitiT''* ", services for James ,O. Braden, I I ; ,a position there' with the Stansburg ,were visiting.Rev. Mc- ;and contempt of. court., The I,also has a fine stand of. timber ,' Raiford.Manager Florida., Florida 2/21 State 2t Prison 2/28-

"" husband of the foray Mabel I I United Fuel Gas Co...Mrs.. Harley AlileyS father. ,C.'.McAliley-; in first charge was dismissed. Craw- which he is managing to the

Let .JJs Finance" Your" Reddish, who lived in Starke Accompanied' by her mother, Gainesville, Wednesday, who ,has ford pleaded not guilty to speed- fullest extent :NOTICE TO APPEAR A sensational"value 1 FuftjsTie;

Home Improvements! many years before moving to I Mrs. ,Barney McRae" -' Sr.,, for a been ill with the flu. ing and} driving while intoxicated Edgar and Paul Faulkner are la Circuit Court Bradford. .County, 40 hour alarm clock with easy
short visit. Have ,seen Scotchgard but ,was of both Florida: la Chancery.Mable to read dial. All metal ,case in
Jacksonville. Others from here you Convicted: : fUld.was putting all}, their place'in, per- Ruth-"Prater Plaintiff, 'vs.Carel .
( attending the funeral were O. E. Mr. and Mrs/William Johnsonof StainRepeller.-: first,.and only fined -437 or five days ,on the manent pasture. They ,are using ,X. Prater, Defendant. ivory color finish. Dependable
Pinehaven subdivision have upholstery fabric that resists soil speeding and Case' Xo. 12(92Notice loud .alarm. Written
-Stansbury and Mrs.. Joe Sistrunk..Mr. charge J52 or 10 PensacolaBahia and Costal Bermuda To Appear timekeeper
and Mrs. Proctor Snow of voted ,the Al Harley l house Qn and all oil andwater-borne stains." : Q,.ys on the D.\VL; > charge. ,.for their pasture grasses. To: Caret A. Prater: whose residence factory service GUARANTEE.

Dublin, Ga. spent" Sunday to Westmoreland street. -dtJlrod Farniture.Co.JA. The contempt i conviction which Complete soil conservation vard X and K., address Atlanta'i is 8,:Georgia.You 635 Poule-.
Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. L. o. L. Beasley and :Mrs. J. Col. J., A. Griffin returned netted Crawford an additional $27 farm plans were delivered to Ned are hereby notified that a
BUILDING SUPPLIES W. Kincaid spent last week in Saturday from Washington, D. C. five suit for divorce Koch Drug Store
D. Vining. or ,tday? and to ;which he Coleman and ,C. H. Nasworthy. I has been filed against you in the
& SERVICE Tampa .
Mrs. Walter Sibley underwent as mesls of Mr. and where he worJc dinthe Pentagon pleaded< guilty, .was the result .of Ned is using.a crop rotation sys- above named Court and cause and
Phone 3 Mrs ,C. 9."floppe while, last week. you are required to serve copy of 1
they attended his outburst Phone 53
major surgery in Riverside! Hospital ; : against the testimonyof tem that includes peas'as a cov- your answer pleading 1 to the complaint -
;Fair-and GasparUla Dennis Mathews and Dewayne
i on Wednesday.fROTECt a witness when.Crawford shouted er crop. He tells me he likes peas on the Plaintiffs
Coronation .Ball. Elder leave Tuesday for Lackland ,'"Mister, lie." 1
= you best for a cover crop. By using
". '. ., tajss Lillian Stump visited AFB, .San Antonio, Texas for four Mayor Jackson, remarked that peas :Ned is able to get a cash t
I Mrs: Ruby Cqllins and Mr., .and years service. this was the first .case of contempt crop from them and then, by 1 ALVAREZ' STORE \I
DRIVER'S license Mrs. R. T. fowler in Rockledge. Kenneth Elder, a sophomore at : .he has his court turning under this heavy cover Established 1894

your! t from Monday to Wednesday, Wafford College, Sparta'nburg, S. I Lonnie Woodburn pleaded. guilty crop, he is putting much needed '

& Mrs. Dave Paulk'and daughter C., was recently elected, Sgt.. at : to improper.backing causing material into the soil.

BUY Sylvia, spent the weekend Arms-of "Delta Sigma Phi. I I! an/accident. The penalty was Howell is sticking with Pensa-
with Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Andrewsat : Mr. and Mrs. A-E. McKinney SAVE ONE-THIRD ON YOUR
'suspension of his driver's license
cola Bahia. "I get more and bet-
New Smyrna Beach. Mrs. were in Bushnell on,Sunday. :visit- for 30 days.
,LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCE Andrews and son, Larry David, ing.Mrs. I. B. Dinkins.. ter grazing from my Pensacola
In'two other traffic cases Sam- Bahia than any .other grass I PRESENT MILK COST
o oret tunnel with her mother to Mr. and Mrs. G. S.
uel A. and' "
Locke Philip Monas he
says. *
running the Dixie Motor *
Friend: the week here, .
} Have ScotchgardStain Court while v the :owners, Mr; and .forfeited bond of $12 each by not
No Membership j Fees .. 6 JVfo 'j 1 you seen appearing on charges of running
r J &4 *< "fr-i -' i_ A \ Pelicie g- i Repeller first and only Mrs. W. H.\ Golloday and.familyare .a red light. Let Us Estimate Your We Sell WHOLESALE Right at the Farm
upholstery fabric that resists ..soiland in Cambridge, Ohio '
Next Job
Mrs. L. B, Chambers entertained I
Jill oil and wa!er-borne .

Elrod Furniture Co. at a neighborhood party on Mrs., Pella Hoover CLARENCE Drop In And See For Yourself. We Are Located( Jler
DOYLE Mr_'_._ and _Mrs.___.. D_. A.__.. Monteith_ ____._____ of n Feb. 12 when her son Charles, Funeral Rites
E. :CONNER AGENCY Fort Lauderdale, and Mr. and Mrs. celebrated his llth birthday anniversary W AIER In. The City On South Colley Road Or Drop Us' A Card
And We Will Send You Our Price List.
Joe Monteith and son, Davey, of Thursday
Uo W. Call Street Phone 285 Jacksonville were weekend visit- H. A. Bishop Jr., Harold Norman i t Painting 'ContractorAlso ,

ors ,of Mr. and Mrs..J. G. Me- Carl Johns, Guy Andrews, Mrs. Della Hoover, 69, widow of PETERSON & SON

= Griff Jr. S. E. Sparks Avid Lewis, .and the late Frank Hoover, well- House Washing And .

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stanley and ,Rep. Doyle-. Conner attended known Starke photographer .died Mildew Treating DAIRY FARM

Miss Anna Ruth Crosby.of Jacksonville the dedication ceremonies at the Tuesday night at, her ,home ,on

werevisiting Mr. and !new State,Road Department Dist. East Madison St. after an illness PHONE 2847TGainesville Route 1, Box 31 Starke, Fla.
2 headquarters buiding in Lake of. several months. Fla.
Mrs..Floyd Crosby over the week-
a end. City Tuesday. Born in Green Cove Springson 1 _
Police Chief W. E. Thornton ., 4: 1888 the -'
'Roger McCaskill of the State -pe she was

SAT., FEB. 22 ONLY Tues.., Wed. Feb. 25, 26 Farm has been added' to the spent four days last week in St. ,daughter of the late David and I

DOUBLE FEATURE BIG DOUBLE FEATURE Pharmacy staff at Koch's drug V tcep.t'i! Hospital' !and will return Catherine Knowles .Hunter. She MARY CARTER SAYS:
store, there on Feb. 26 for surgery. had lived i in Starke for more than

Lamar Shaw and' Buck Gill of '1 50 years ,and was a member.of WHY NOT PAINT
Head St.Iltark!s ,]ypiseppal$ Church andthe
.. r Southern Georgia College were Covjngton To
I of Eastern Star.
home for the weekend. "
THE Officer
1 Sen and Mrs C, E. Johns and Health ssn. She is survived by .niece., Mrs. X FOR

RESTLESS BREED i daughter, Markleyann, ,spent, the, Dr. A. Y. Covington, directorof Edna Wallace; of Palatka,, and a Every Second GaL Every Second Gal,
-* .* weekend in-Tampa.. Health nephew, ,Ralph ,Gnann ,of ..John I' I ( ,
SCOTT Mr. and Mrs. A. Hughes of Department the was elected chairmanof son City, Tenn., I FREE Cgl.VIWI 4.981tf I

BRaor Naylor, Ga. and Mrs. C. N. Northof the Florida Health Officers Association Funeral Cervices were held at 0 V." i -With Each One'Purchased Each One
2 ,rp,m. Thursday in St. Mark's
ANNE Longwood<
BANCROfT ,, visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lee. meeting in Jacksonville last week. mcnd Episcopal: McBlaine Church officiating.with Rev..Ray-Inter- .J ,V; = .ur;.
Misses Jackie Hobbs and Nancy
Association is compqsed
tttt The ment ,was',in ,Crosby Lake Cemetery .:
of FSU will be home from
from all over Flor- JJRDV'
officers :
Thursday to Sunday. health ,under, ,the direction of De- ;
ida. Witt.C. Jones. I mm
I. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen and I STORE

Mr.and Mrs. V. V. Hazen were in POST OFFICE HOLIDAY THE RIGHT POINT for the V V } 1 ,

r > I Wildwood Wednesday visiting The Post Office will not be way: you writ Come In FREE 'PARKING 50* N. W; sift Ave. .(Our New Location) I'R 6-7588)

AND Mrs. Minnie Hazen at the homeof open for business on' Saturday, lect your favorite' ESTER BROOK

Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Strayhorn.Mrs. Feb. 22, George Washington's Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. .
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Minnie Hazen of Brooker birthday being a legal holiday. '

who 'has been quite ill, is slowly] -
improving. .

Confined with chicken pox this 1 : '
AND it I ISNO week are: Champ Paula and In the levy-price threeHERE'S ;I

Greg Champion, Debbie Green .' :' .
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THE and Tom and Dick Ritch. "

Mr. and Mrs., C. H. Dawkins
mmQFIHE\ and daughters of Jacksonvillewere THE

Sunday evening supper
N guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. -

,oilman.Mr .
J HIMALAYAS Mrs. J, E. Wall Jr. and .

family spent the weekend in LOWESTPRICEDFAMILY ;

yp8pp15Cp Adele Ga visiting Mr. and Mrs. q'
SUSAN CABOT; 01CK MILLER Preston Green. ,' ... .-
BARBARA O'NEILL Mrs. M. W. Lance entered the

a ear Memorial Hospital in Waycross, m"YOU

GHOST DIVER iMEItCiH HITf mT10Hl' riCTUIt Ga.' last Saturday. for a,, checkup.

Mr. and Mrs. Merritt H. Wil-
Plus "Bum Steer" Cartoon .
Plus "Jolly The Clown" Cartoon liams spent the weekend in Eustis ,

and Chapter No. 10 visiting his mother r. Mrs. M. H. ,wx/.
"Batman and Robin" Thurs. & Fri. Feb. 27 28 Williams. CAN pr. .

DOUBLE FEATURE )Mr.and Mrs. Milton Lang left F.DXP.

Saturday for Miami where Mr. '
Sun. Mon. Feb.23 24 .Bawd on companion manufacturer suggested ret il idmttipnxt -
Lang entered the Jackson Mem- .J tiS

I N... .......y 3138AND orial Hospital for possible surgery.
raHama : Mrs:T, O. Feamster and granddaughter It's not only priced below

Debra Magin, of New -

fJ RRi' i Port weeks News with Mr.Va.-and are Mrs.spending Rudolph two FOBD Custom 300 Tudor Sedan.its. competition, it's

Sink. V actually priced lower
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.IJWI" I I Mr.Mrs.and Leah Mrs.S.W.Bauknight S. Struth and ofJacksonyille .' : : StE US TODAY! WE'LL SHOW YOU HOW YOU CAN GO FUnK WITH fORD") FPR ES, than the similar '57 FORD!

"'11 as ..:. .. V f and Mrs. W. W. Pageof ':'" ."1 Y ; ." ." '?j'';

b ; Lake City have been visiting .
: Miss Kate Strutji during the past -

lf k week A4reS .
EENE BARRYVALERIE the Miss Baptist Florence Memorial Jennings Hospital entered on Motor

a...... _.: : rir_..::.... FRENCH : COlUMBIA PlCTURt Feb. Jl surgery for a checkup. and possible _

Plus "Baby Want's Spinach"' Plus "Feeding the Mitt Y"Mrs I ., Lester Crews returned .. )MADISON AND' .' ADAMS. STS... .PHONE''. ... 118 11> STARKE I', FLA. r' -

Cartoon. Cartoon home on Wednesday: after being' I --'If Car Be Your Ford Dealer p' .
you're Interested .in an A-l Used Sure to See -

=- confined in the Bradford Count, \ .. .. .. .1-4 .. ", .
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twyvvlV'WVflnVVV11t1"t Glenda Varnes, of Ocala, visited ford on Sunday.Mr. Freddy.. j TYTYVTYYYYYYYTTYYYYYfYY ]I nating Committee will be appointed -I tients in the Lake Butler Hos- Mrs. Dave Green.

Mr. and Mrs. Middleton Rosier and Mrs. John Crews Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Starling, to elect officers for the I Mr and Mrs. R. A. Kettles and

i'. LAV/TEY/ en Sunday. of Heilbronn. visited the Senior of Bartow are visiting the H. C. BROOKERTBy new year. pital.Mrs.. Jeff Davis of Graham and children were in Jacksonville on
Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Rosier hadas I Crews on Sunday. Wainwright family.. Rev. and Mrs. L. L. Parker gavea Mrs. Viola Gillis visited Mr. and business Saturday.Mr. .

By Mn. Joyce T. Kutch guests during the weekend Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Levy Griffis, CUr- Visitors at the school on Fri- luncheon Sunday at their home Mrs. Al Lloyd in Gainesville on I and Mrs: Wilbur Dampierand
and Mrs. Homer Hart, of Jack tis and David Johns in Mac- Barbara Sue DavisAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA,4AA
were day were Miss Patricia and Gary honoring Mr. Doris Kelly and Wednesday. children of Orange Park
&&&&&&&&&&&&&&uAaAUU e sonville Beach; the Edmond Hos clenny on Sunday for visit with
a Parrish of Avon Park and Tim A Mrs. J. Sowell on their birthdays Those ill at home this week are visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilson
iers, of Macclenny, and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Griffith.
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Smith and and Edward Harvey, of Jackson- Fish Fry Planned Those present for the occasionwere Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Mott and Green Sunday.
Mrs. J. L. Slade and family of Miss Nell Reed of
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. M. Ogden of
family, of Jacksonville, visited The Citizens Council Mrs. Groover Thomas.
Hampton. was the Sunday dinner guest of ville.Tom meetingwas Mr. and Mrs. Carl CARD OF THANKS
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. and Pompano
HUman Waldron and sons of I her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Hancock and R. C. Bryant held last Friday night at the Vansickle of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Wooden of New Jersey is
family on Saturday.Mr. Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs.': and Mrs. Leon Wilkerson. spent Saturday and Sunday withMr. Brooker Community Center. Plans visiting the Howard Wait family.Mr. I want to..thank everyone who
Vasco of Mr.
Mrs. Hazen Starke
had and Mrs. A. C. Kirkland and Hilton Waldron and family of Those on the sick list this week and Mrs. G. F. Thompson, in were made to hold a free fish fry and Mrs. Henry Coleman of Gain- and Mrs.Alex Williams and was so kind and thoughtful due
as guests on Sunday Starke, were here on Sunday fora are: Mrs. Erlie Padgett, Mrs. Silver Springs. on Friday, April 11. Serving time. esville Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sowell, son and Mr, and Mrs. Julian ing the illness and death of my
Mrs. C. Lenacks and family ,
visit with the Robert Waldrons.Mr. Arthur Pearce. Mrs. Mary Red- Wilson Porter and family and 7:00 p. m.. at the Center. Mr and Mrs. J. T. Sowell and Green and son of Jacksonville i!j\ mother, Havana Johns-Mrs. Ed-
of Daytona Beach Mr. and Mrs.
Alvin Lenacks and; son of Or- and Mrs. A. J. Wilkerson dish, O. J. Anders, and J. B. Test- his mother, Mrs. Porter of Jack- There will be guest speakersfor children, Mrs. R. T. McDavid. were weekend guests of Mr. and ward T. Hicks.
sonville spent Sunday with the the evening and all citizensare
and family had during
mond Beach Mr. and Mrs. W. as guests Mrs. Doris Kelly and children,
; on.Mr.
Kirkland and sons, of OCala A'j I the weekend their sons James and Mrs. Leon Sauls, of ,Theodore Crews family. cordially invited to partici- and Wilbur Andrews.Mr. I II

B. Kirkland and family and Mr. and Wesley and their families of Hampton, and the Guy Putch i I Mrs.__Wilford. Dinkins,_of_h Sanford _-. .. ._ and_ Mrs. Carl Thomas of un v ._ niri lucasm nAil v
and Mrs. Carmel Copeland of' Jacksonville.The family spent Sunday with Mr. and was the weekend guest 01 next regular meeting willbe Gainesville n un were Sunday guests of lfllb.ll -- L7UKtSQL.tlE.lS U ft IE* I
the Roy Griffis family.Mr. held March 28 at 7:30 m. at
Mann Griffis family spent Mrs. Johnny Crawford in Mac- p.
Starke. ; Mr. and Mrs. Tim Thomas. EXCEPT SUNDAYS
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and Mrs. Bob Trailer and the Community Center.
Sunday in Raiford with Mr and
Mrs. Mattie Carter and family I clenny. Donald Thomas of Georgia is
son, of Jacksonville spent Sunday Mrs. Mike Tilghman of Gaines-
Mrs. Lewis Griffis. Mrs. L. L. Clarke Starke
were in Jacksonville on Sunday : of visiting his father Troy Thomas,
for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Nick Mr. and Mrs. Billy Carter, of spent the weekend with her son, with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban. ville visited her mother, Mrs. S. for a few days. PASTEURIZED 26c quart
Deepest sympathy of the community M. Mott Thursday.Mr. .
Tampa are visiting Mrs. Carter's J. B. Clarke.
Pope and daughter, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Starling Jr.
is extended to the wife, and Mrs. W. E. Bigham
Robert Meyers and daughter. Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Pick. Mrs. Bennett Wilkison and and children of Jacksonville were .
daughters sons and other rela- Jr.. Mary Jane Patty, and Billy HOMOGENIZED 28c
and Mrs. Elmer Carter, of Max- The Ressie Anderson family hadas granddaughter, Debbie Napier, weekend guests of Mrs. Groover quart
guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. tives of the late J. E. Rosier. Bigham attended the Tampa Fair
vile visited the Carters here on on and Miss Gloria Wilkison. of I Thomas.;
Edgar Starling and Mrs. Mamie Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Buster Bennett last week.
Sunday evening.Mr. spent the weekend 1st Lt. Nash L. Brown and
Anderson, of Green Cove Springs; here with relatives.Mrs. and Joey were Sunday guests The Junior Girls of the Brooker -
and Mrs. Carlton Croft and wife and son of Washington. D. GRAVES HOME DAIRY
Mrs. Daisy Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett at Baptist Church attended a
family, of Bonifay. have moved Thompson Mae Wells, Mrs.' Martha C. are visiting Mrs. L. Waters I
into the Eunice rental house, Mrs. A. H. Henry Mrs. Helen Bales and daughters were in Mid- State Farm. class party given by their Sunday and the J. C. Harrells this week.
and' .Mrs. Ruth Johnson and son, of School teacher, Mrs. Davis Kel- PHONE 441-Y
They have four children In Law- I Thompson Miss lona dleburg on Sunday for a visit with James Harrell of Stetson Uni-
i Thompson, of Starke. Mrs. Ruth Barthlow and Mrs. Ef- Starke were Sunday evening sup- ley, at the Community Center .
tey School and one in Bradford versity was the weekend guest of
Rt. 2 Box 202 Starke Fla.
per guests of Miss Enza Blanch- Tuesday night. ,
High. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Priest and fie Mae Green. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Pick and family visited Mrs. E. C. Priest!I Miss Bettie Crawford, of Jack- ard. After several 'games were play- Harrell.

family spent Sunday with Mr. and Miss Anita Alvarez, of Starke sonville, and Emory Griffis of ed, refreshments were served by Mrs. Harvey Baxter and daughter -
and Mrs. Bud Carter in Lake City. on Sunday. Starke. visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack the hostess. Jo Ann, of Jacksonville visit-
Mr.and Mrs. J. C. Pringle and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crews of Crawford during the weekend. Twelve students were presentto ed Mr. and Mrs. Wade Harrell ";; I

family of Satsuma, were Sunday I Raiford. announce the arrival of Miss Gloria Anderson and Mr. enjoy this occasion. Sunday.

dinner guests of Mrs. Dot Griffis. a daughter, Hilda Glenann. Pa- and Mrs. D. G. Wilkerson spent Mrs. H. P. Gainey is visitingthe Mr. .and Mrs. Charles Perry of NOTICE

Mr. and Mrs. Grady Varnes ternal grandparents are Mr, and the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.H. By Mrs. Harvey :McCarthyaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mack Collins family in Fair- Gainesville[ visited Mr. and Mrs.

Mrs. Ruby Gayno and Miss Mrs. Commodore Crews. R. Barratt at the State Farm. banks for a few days. M.: O. Harrell Saturday afternoon. F. ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradley and Mrs.. B. B. Norris Miss Anita A
Mrs. G. W. Davis was the Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emory and
Mrs. Allen Carter visited Mr. Jes- Ballentine and Larry Cannon, of I Hello Folks, and did you see luncheon guest of Mrs. Bart son of Palatka visited Mrs. Eva

I FOR DEPENDABLE I sie Smith in Veterans Hospital in Jacksonville visited the Wilker- that beautiful snow Thursday? Waters and Mrs. Jim Baggs in Harrell over the weekend.Mrs. Every person who owns property in Brad-
Lake City on Sunday afternoon. sons at their home on Sunday It was my first time to view any Gainesville Tuesday, and also M. D. Harrell and daughter I should I

T s\vttff A r n.. 1 Mr. Walter Herbert of the evening. of it with the exception- of the visited____n_ the n__ Mack________ Collins_ n_ __ family_u visited friends in Orlandoover County, Florida, file a Tax, Return and
iciiwic umuui English Department of the University Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett hada small flakes that fell several! in Fairbanks during the after- the weekend.We apply for Homestead Exemptions with' the County I

of Florida, was the guest birthday dinner for their grandson. weeks ago. Pretty Jean Moore i noon. are sorry to report that Tax Assessor before the
Household ft CommercM on or First Day of April,
speaker at the Methodist Church. Keith on Sunday. Keith's had the right idea-she,rose early City Election Ruth and Muriel Mann are. pa- -' .

Pert Control The Pastor. Rev. Troy M. Wake- parents Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thursday morning, gathered some The City Election in Brookerwas 1958. .

Grove field is confined to his home with Bennett, and brother, Wayne and snow in a box then depositedsame held Tuesday, Feb. 11. Those i
the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Williamson in the family deepfreeze.Snow elected for a new term in office BILL DING Says: Following are the classes of property for

CQ FB. 6-60S5 Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren hadas and sons and Gary Bennett helped may come and go but are: Mayor, M. '0. Harrell; Coun- which the Taxpayer should file his return:
*- recent guests, Mrs. Victor him celebrate.Mr. Jean's is right where she left it cil, Aubrey Hazen, G. E. Green,
Florida Pest Control Appleby and family and Mr. and and Mrs. Bob Randolphand and not melted I might add. Now G. W. Davis, A. L. Green; City

Mrs. Marvin Warren and daughter daughter of Keystone Heights why didn't I think of that! Clerk Mrs. G. W. Davis: and 4. REAL ESTATEYOUR
& Chemical Co. of Jacksonville and Mr. and visited Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shu- Sunday visitors of the T. N. town marshall!, Benny McRae.

24 N. W. 16th Ave. Mrs. Leslie Bradley, of Kingsley ford and daughter, and Mrs. Sam Normans were Mrs.: A. F. Hall and The Executive Board of the KEY SPENT THEIR MOW

Gainesville, Florida Lake.H. Hicks. children of Jacksonville and Mr. Brooker Garden Club held a YET POSSESSED IT7HEY8UILTAHOMS.- ) LAND PLUS IMPROVEMENTS
Mrs. John Pons and family and
and Mrs. Robert Taylor
I R. Crawford of Jacksonville,
meeting at the home of Mrs. W. i
Miss Mary Julia Futch, of Talla- ;
children of Olustee.
visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Craw-
E. Bigham Jr. Monday night.
hassee spent the weekend here Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and You SURELY 50 PERSONAL PROPERTYSTOCKS
Plans for the work shop on corsages -
with relatives. Misses Futch, Terri sons visited relatives in Jackson- GUESSED
SOMEONE ILL? You can depend and Mary Jack Pons returnedto ville Sunday afternoon. at the meeting Friday night 0. CAN
discussed and all membersare IT U
Talahassee by bus on Sunday Weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jo OF MERCHANDISE,
to fill doctor's urged to attend as the Nomi-
on us prescrip-
fttIU1 your afternoon. Mrs. Pons and son are Bill Reddish was Miss Sandra

tions promptly and with the utmost spending this week with her par- Carmichael of Jacksonville held in the horns of Mrs. Lois EQUIPMENT& FURNISHINGS; ,

ents, Mr. and Mrs. Byrant Red- _Edwin_n__ Crawford____ of the U. S. Cox.___. _An__ invitation__.nn__ to n _join nn the_ Q ,
accuracy. Our extreme care in fill- dish.Mr. Coast Guard returned Sunday to Club is extended to all ladies who MACHINERY, LIVESTOCK,

and Mrs. Horace Cox, of his base in Charleston. S. C. .are interested, in this work. TRACTOR FARM EQUIPMENT
!3q ing every prescription'is your guarantee Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan : J. R. Kelly and George Huggins It. ,

I t Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins and visited with relatives Sunday in 'urge all tamers and everyone in- t., 1. Et Ceter i
thai'you will what
get just Jacksonville and White Springs. terested in the future of the : z

the doctor ordered. MUSIC. LESSONS Mr. and Mrs. Warren Scobie Starke Market to meet at the

.. Accordion Guitar Kelly were weekend guests of Mr. Court House in Starke, Friday; C loco THADtMAKH h> Intangible Personal Property
and Mrs. Kelly's mother. Mrs. An- Feburary 21st. at 7:30 p. m. at ,
nie Kelly. this time you will hear the recommendations -
Beginner Instruments Mrs. Raymond Redding and etc., that the THIS INCLUDES STOCKS, BONDS,
Furnished small son. David have returnedto Planning Committee will present. '

DRUG STORE Thursday Afternoons their home in Wildwood aftera This is an important meeting and ITARKEu" MORTGAGIIS, ETC.
week's visit here with their another step in making that mar
220 K Temple Phone 79 119 S..Thompson St. loved ones. ket dream a reality. Please attend, BUILDERS .

Mr. Keith Reddish visited rela- you and your support are needed. SUPPLIES "' GENE lONG
-I tives [in Jacksonville Sunday. Don't forget our HomecomingDay of 451 333-

Mr.. and Mrs. Freeman Crosby March 2nd., and again we A'L'DEPoT- TAX ASSESSOR:

----1 visited Thursday with Mrs. Cros welcome you to worship with us )COMPLETE BttUUvu SERVICE(
by's brother and family,.Mr. and in all of our ,Church services-

; Mrs.Oak. Mack ,Carmichael. of Live bye. now. --;:-

1IL1r lovely home Bill Green Saturday Birthday was evening.Supper honored at with Happy his a I READY TO PITCH INTO YOUR JOB

Will.Birthday that you Bill,be and blessed be it God's with .

many more. \ .
Herbert Redding, a patient in

"*>' ..AND GO AFTER BIG PROFITS! Flagler Hospital in St. Augustine with new hustle, new ? +

L was visited Thursday by his style

_J_ mother; Mrs. H. F. Redding and / i
his brother Russell. He underwent
S .f.y'0'
Friday and his conditionis !
i surgery '
/ .; .
'' '
.ARM BETTER reported satisfactory. Let us .
t t remember to pray in his behalf. .

May we pray also that the Good
THI H6 .EAROUND"-ELECTRICITY-IS THE Lord will bless and heal othersin : R P' 1

MONEY.SAVER..THE BIO MONEY-EARNER our community: Clayton Craw- f q '

All THE FARM! YOU DO CHORESIIO s ford is very ill in the Bradford

FASTER BETTER AND EASIER..BOOST t] County Hospital; Mrs. Mamie

PRODUCTION. ELIMINATE WASTE. DAY.. Clark was to be released from N.pRight
.. the St. Vincent's Hospital in *
Jacksonville Sunday Mrs. Frank
i 'i. l', Norman is home from the Alachua

MODERN FARMING i w h Hospital in Gainesville, Darby .

Gaskins and David Redding,

small grandson of Mr. and Mrs. :'.'Y'Y--r ..

t Russell Redding have the flu, Mr. . ..'v.....:,i. ,
McCormick and anyone else thatis : Model 3K5fPontl with 1-'IoN hey

in need of the Almightly God's Centers Model 3804 Pickup with 101-iftch.
healing power. Model 3445 Slep-Von with 8-fool body I corgo box t

We were grieved this week because 1 t.
of the death of the belovedJ.
Watch 'em ride all-day runs with a new I / New models
E. [Son] Rosier. He was 80 delivery;

o years old and died shortly after kind of efficiency! Chevy's new light- 1./ I complete with bodies

four a. m. his home. He line is loaded with
duty Apache
was admired and loved by all that Got a delivery job? Look over) Chevrolet's spacious .
knew him. Survivors include his ways to stay and save on long schedules! new Step-Vans with walk-on bodies.

Z,. mother, Mrs. Rebecca Rosier,
4 When time means everything need a truck 1
Lawtey; his wife. Mrs. Lizzie G. VStand
Higher powered 6
.I 'II J I = Rosier .Lawtey; three daughters, with everything. You need a Chevrolet! All Chevy

1/ \i' Mrs. Pauline .Hamilton, Vero pickups and panels are quick-as-a-vthip hustlers Chevy offers the improved fuel-saving 145-h.p. ., ,'.,.

I. II ,\ Beach, Mrs. Juanita Glover, in traffic and-on the highway. They have Chev Thriftmaster 6. For more power-with maximum

1 .. t Moore Haven Mrs. Mary Arber, 4 rolet's own special brand of built-in muscle- i economy-the new 283cuin. t 160-ti.p. Trade- ,

e \. F Ft. Pierce; two sons. J. E. Jr., extra-rigid front end sheet metal and hefty frames. master V8 is available at extra cost
Lawtey Bernard, Ft. Pierce; five
1 -.rr rZ e sisters Mrs. Alice Rosier Lawtey, .

Mrs. Maggie Forsythe. Jacksonville f ,
1 / r Mrs. Daisy Pringle MrsBetsy .e- -- I%ory'r'r / f ., WATCH NEW TASK-PORCE )DLBl *
S livE BETTER Sapp and Mrs. Rosle Reddish -
\ 11t.- Lawtey, and eleven grand-
ELECTRIC APPLIANCES GIVE A children. The funeral was beauti- ; Chevrolet's rugged medium-duty Vikingscan

i UfT TO HOMEMAKING IN EVERY ROOM OF THE fully conducted Sunday at threep. move big loads fast. Chevy's heavyweight

., 1 HOUSE) YOU WORK BETTER HAVE MORE TIME m. in the Evergreen Missionary Spartans feature the 230-h.p. .

FOt LEISURE..ENJOY A FULLER, HAPPIER LIFE. Baptist Church with burial in 348-cu.-in. Workmaster kind
1 V8j-a new
the Evergreen Cemetery May
-' REMEMBER THE MORE ELECTRICITY YOU USE, God bless and comfort each mem- of engine for a new kind of!(efficiency and

THE BETTER YOU UVEI ber of this fine Christian man's economy. See your Chevrolet deakr soon.CHEVROLET .

,, ... f family as only He can do. .t.- / :-I' I
'-' '.;:s The Heilbronn Home' Demon- \
stration Club met in the home of

farm &iffer..livt 6U.r. :EI.dtl/ ,,"/"/ Mrs. T. N. Norman Thursday. The J _
meeting was called to order by fJfllifJl lr [(oIF@IRl@m

M IETTEB FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY the President, Mrs. Lois Cox. De-
votional was taken from.the third
chapter of Mark, first through
1-' -S the ninth verse was given by Miss Oafy frmckuti Cfenl febr* fuplay AU famoui IntemeA .m See Your Local Authorized Chevrolet} Deakr

Ross. The March meeting will be .