Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
February 27, 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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With two years yet to go the 1960. year for another term, his fifth r'r 43
already At least three articles in the House." '
political prognosticators are newspaper r +
predicting that Bradford's in recent weeks have referred speaking of the same race, \'

Doyle E.. Conner, Speaker of the to Conner as a potential candi- a United Press dispatch from Mi 'S.V/1' .'
1957 House of Representatives, date for the post. ami on Feb. 21 said: "Another "
Studies will be a candidate for Commissioner In his Cracker Politics column potential candidate is House '

of Agriculture in 1960. of Feb. 22. Allen Morris, in disSpeaker Doyle E. Conner." : .' '

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Playground- ., announcement, although he sioner race, said: "House Speakall came from Milton Plumb :'""' ': ;) -M,
k5r has made it known in the past er Doyle E. Conner who resides Tampa Tribune farm editor, who -: -'' ", "', \ '" '

that some day he would like to in Starke .and 'represents Bradannounced that W, R.. Hancock, }\n 1! :..:: ,{
step 'into the office now held by ford County in the Legislature public relations director of aFicrida's
If Conner should 1 make the race for Com
veteran Commissioner and who also has an insurance fertilizer company in Tampa will
missioner this of him behind wheel
of .Agriculture, Nathan Mayo. office in Miami has left no doubt seek the post and went on to say: picture
Park Mayo is not expected to be, a about his intention to run. He is "Hancock's opposition will come of tractor should make good campaign

candidate to succeed himself in expected to be a candidate this (Continued on Page Five) material.BRADFORD .




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Official County Publication Established In 1879

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Three members of Starke's new was passed last month by the .a '

Recreation Board, X. M. Smith,I I Council giving the board author I year.Gray said that members of the Farmer Response KI
Mrs. W. J. Epperson, and BillTilley board would_appear before the jr
ity to "provide, conduct, and
look over the shoulder of Council at its March 4 meetingto x <
Chairman Joe Gray as they study I supervise public playgrounds\ discuss plans for early de- Assures Manager ?Lc'k r 1 F- ;a r

layout of a proposed city play-' athletic fields, recreation centers velopment of the playgroundpark I
ground park at their meeting and other recreation facilities and area on West'Pratt St. It is A 0a e =

the city hall last Thursday night. activities.,. ." hoped to have a "pilot program"in At Starke Market : 3
The ordinance providing for 'The Council budgeted $1.500 for operation there by early summer Pw e' t .
'creation of a recreation board use by the beard in current fiscal he said.
a t s
erans hospital in Honolulu, from Assurance that a full-time\
Sheriff Satisfied With Autopsy which Halversen had been dis manager will be at, the Starke a

charged, and stated that he hada Farmers Market In time for the 3
"heart failure condition" and strawberry and spring vegetable .q

Visitor's Death Laid To Bad HeartDeath should be kept quiet Reddish re- deals was given at a meeting of
ported. growers and buyers in the court- 3
house here last Friday night. ,v''
Sheriff Reddish said that Hal- / >
apparently from natural Smith made the same finding and versen and his sister spent their R. B. Alvarez, assistant director r 'ato

causes, interrupted a visit with I I reported to Deputy Riley Sweat.He winters in, Florida and .that on of State Farmers Markets said .F.
I friends here .for Commodore A. said that Smith and Jones previous trips to the state they that on the' basis of question

Halversen, 43, of Chicago, III and i were planning an early morning: had stopped here frequently in the naires already returned, indica-
tions are that there will be a sufficient 3r
Ft. Lauderdale. I hunting trip and were on their past,becoming .friendly with Mrs.
,Halversen's ,body was found way to the Austin Smith 'place to Janie Avery Carswell'operator of volume of variety crops i Y M
to the Starke this
about 4 ajn Saturday, slumped pick up their dogs. Avery Inn.Learning. i v K ., '
to warrant full- ,. f r t
having a
on the ground by. the station .Sheriff Reddish said that an of Mrs. Carswell's ill- season h r1s a___ .

wagon he was driving. ,One arm autcpsy perfcrmed on Haversen's ness, Halversen last week bor- time manager. ._ .t s, 4 _
Growers and buyers attending 4
was pinioned behind the front! body by Dr. Carl Wells of Jack- rowed his sister's station wagon A a
: the Friday meeting were enthusiastic
seat and the door: facing of the sonville: disclosed that he had ,a and came to Starke, visiting with -- -- ------- --
over the outlook, althoughsome
car as if the man had been get- "very severe heart condition" Mrs. Carswell in Bradford County said that unfavor- of H. A, Lawson home, seem definitely crusted oak tree at Lawson homeon
ting out of .the car when struck which apparently caused his death. Hospital and also with her daughter able weather growers conditions, the scar- GONE. BUT NOT FORGOTTEN 1 'out of place against a N. Water Street. Tons of ice

by a heart attack. A small bruise found on the dead Louise Brown, and Ralph city of plants and other adverse - -- winter wonderland of icicles. caused by sprinkler tied in top of

The body was .found about a man's right temple was reported Brown at Avery Inn.. factors made it impossible for With balmy breezes back again, Last Thursday's low was 24, and Center; Ice-oramie shrubberywas tree, broke huge limbs out of stur
reile west of Starke, a short distance by the doctor as not sufficient to Friday night, Halversen and them to say at this time just it's'hard to believe'that scenes Friday's 26. Saturday .warmed up displayed on the lawn of Jim- dy oak. >.

down a graded road leadIng cause death, the Sheriff said. Brown were at the Blue -Tavernon how much acreage, they would like this were common in Starke to a low of 31, and over the week- my Cole home Orange and Frances Although. Bradford is basking
to Austin Smith's home' off Halversen's heart condition was 'Brownlee"St. until about ,11:30, have in each crop. through last Friday. The first end nothing lower than the chilly Streets, when sprinkler was.!in ..warmth right now: after its

the Brownlee road also substantiated by letters in the Sheriff said, leaving there and County Agent G. T; Huggins 22 days of.. February brought 14 40's was recorded.At left overnight,' '1>n wireencircledplant. bitterest' battle with ,winter more

Sheriff P. D. Reddish said that possession of his sister, Mrs. Ann going to Avery Inn. Halversen said that response to the first mornings when the mercury here left above, two flamingos cold "predicted before spring is

Odel Jones discovered the dead O'Brien of Meridith, Idaho arid Ft. left, the Inn alone about midnight, questionnaire had. been very, encouragin& dropped to 32_ [freezinsl___ or__ below...- [artificial. nf rmirspl nn_.. trip lawn__n Rieht.Another__ view of ice-enn here to stay.Progress. ..e
man!: first ,and reported to him, Lauderdale the' .Sheriff said.. the sheriff said, supposedly. 'to'go and that another or"* '
and Uui a abort time later ,Tombo These documents were from a Vets to. a hotel| for the night. (Ceatinued"in: JPage Six ; Campo/gn;Was'Nghtmare'--- -', -- ._ '- >:' _.- \ Made

,,,,,-- < ;iAfte"r"leavln 'ATerVirIniu: however .- ( ,_ '., "...... ,
Halversen went ,to, ''MikeKlondes' On R g t-of-Vay
place on Brownlee Road, Mer hanti'Plan ,
I near: the West city limits, the Senator Johns Remembers' $30,000 ContributioniState Hazen ReportsWork

Sheriff said. He asked Klondes

Debate A for permission to_.park ,his,station Trade Deal : '
wagon and sleep in it ,,overnight Day : Senator Charley E. Johns Herald. ncr can pay little 'attention to obtaining rightofwayfor
on the premises, and, after-Klon' ,of Starke' told the Miami Herald "I guess a man doesn't know the persons who contribute :'to 'the forthcoming widening of

des refused, Halversen drove: Weston : I Tuesday' that' he has no recollec- who contributes to his campaign their campaigns or the amount of U. S. 301 north of'Starke is progressing1
Team To Start Soon tion of an alleged $30,000 contri- sometimes" the Senator added, money involved because they
.' Brownlee Road turning! off on steadily, according to a
bution to his 1954 for themselves'racing
I short'distance campaign "and that campaign was a long must busy
the side road be-
t nr xx governor' by -Thurman A. White- time ago.. It Is like a nightmare. around the state for public ape statement yesterday L. O. Haz.
yond Klondes' place. ,, thesheriff' A 'group of Starke merchants side, Miami attorney now figuring Miami Beach attorney A. Frank pearances. en cf the State Road Depart

DoesIt said.Reddish meeting. in the courthouse Monday prominently in the FCC Investigation Katzentine testified in Washington "The older I get, the more my ment's: right-of-way division.
( states he 'believes Hal
\ night voted to embark on cooperative "
a in Washington. last week to fail me, Sen.
,, ", during a congres- memory seems said effort will
Hazen that
vr an
intended to in his
versen sleep car trade days promotion "Hundreds of people contributed sional investigation of the Federal i Johns told the Herald when ask-
If on :the side road, and it. is not be'close out the work by
f campaign designed to build Starkeas
to, my'campaign and I didn't Ccmmunications Commission that ed about the alleged Whiteside
known for what he April 1, and start suits soon after
reason was a trade center, attract new try to find out, who they were" Whiteside had taken $30,000 from support.. "It's a worry to me."
trying to get Olt,of the car when customers and hold old ones., Sen. Johns told the Herald. '"If the trust fund cf a wealthy The Senator said that $30,000'is that date for the condemnation of

\ id1TLAr apparently struck- by a heart at Harry C. Elrod Jr., chairman of I was on the. stand under oath I client and charged it off against a pile of money sounds like parcelsthat have not'already
tack. the Merchants Division of the couldn't say who contributed and Whiteside's fee in handling an estate all the money in the world. been secured: by deeds from th$

Again g The Sheriff said there was no : Chamber of Commerce, under who didn't."- belonging-. Grant Foster, Sen. Johns did recall, however, owners ,

I evidence of foul play,, and that he whose sponsorship the ,meeting, Senator Johns was in Miami to Miami ,builder. that Mrs. 'Whiteside, wife of the The widening project should be
I was convinced from the first that was held, said that enthusiasm I continue' a legislative investigation Senator Johns told the Herald attorney had been active in the ready advertising for bids in
the small bruise on Halversen's was high among these attending, of alleged Communist infil- that his unsuccessful 1954 campaign campaign' of his opponent, Gov May Hazen said, with .the con
:, fa I temple could not have caused his and that the plan will be announced tration into the National Associa- was like, a bad dream '"be-, LeRoy Collins Therefore he said ,tract to; be let possibly in June.

death. as soon as final details have tion for Advancement of Colored cause I was sick at the time." he felt it unlikely that her hus- I Actual construction work could
t i : : Halversen had no money in his been worked'out It is hoped to People, when interviewed by the He' said candidates for gover- (Continued on Page Five) begin in. July, he said.

oJ. billfold( or pockets at the tim his have the plan in operation some
Bradford High's prize 'winning Members of the Bradford body was found, Reddish said. No time next month, Elrod said. I J J/500 Homeownersfail

debate team\"did it again" in the High School Debate Team, whiskey was found in the car, al- The advantages of cooperative
District Meet at Gainesville last Judy Kelly and Patricia Pellum though there were some empty effort in advertising and other To File

Saturday tying for first place [seated 1-rL Mark Moore, Mike beercans, the Sheriff said. promotional activities by local

honors with Lee High School of Goldwire, and Gary Elzey show Halversen's sister, Mrs. O'Brien, merchants was outlined ,by the For ExemptionApproximately
Jacksonville. This is the second certificate presented to them and a brother, Fred Halversen of Merchants Division chairman who ;,* p,

Sear the two schools have tied'for for tying for first'place in the Chicago, arrived here to assist in said that one reason for so much } Ai ((1
District meet in Gainesville 1,500 persons F 4 i
first. .. the investigation. money going out of town is the .
Mark Moore, a member of the last Saturday Funeral Cervices were held at continuing advertising campaign have not yet returned their home- '- "__: XLI n

BHS team, won a special award the graveside in Crosby Lake___ carried on by the big city stores. stead exemption" applications Tax r ,
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as the best speaker in, the meet I alternated on first negative, and I Cemetery at 10 'o'clock Monday "Very often we local merchantscan Assessor Gene Long. announced : t
Seven schools entered the com- I !..fMoore; stayed on. second morning with Rev. W. S. Me- sell an item as cheap or yesterday: S t! !- S

petition. Only six, affirmative negative during the entire meet Aliley officiating. cheaper than the advertised With only .30 days left_ before .

debates were won during the meet 1 I By its win in Gainesville, the Halversen was' a veteran of Jacksonville price, but our cus- the deadline, Assessor Long urges j 'b ,. .. '- -,. +
and, the Bradford team won two Bradford,team is now eligible for World War II. He Is survived by tomers go out of town to buy at everyone wishing this. exemptionfor -j: %

of these.. The negative team from the State Meeting in Gainesville, one son, Philip Halversen of '.Cali higher prices sometimes becausewe 1958'to file the application' lon _

here won every debate+> .entered., March.7-8. fornia. don't let them know what we or before April 1. '
Judy Kelly ,and Gary Elzey The team is also planning to I I can do for them," Elrod said. This is.the (only way,a personcan
were on the affirmative. Mike enter national competition' .in Inman Green of Shepherd's Ra- be given this exemption," the
'Goldwire and' Patricia Pellum Houston, Texas later this spring. Rabb'ToHead dio and Television was named !assessor saidVariety '_ .
chairman to'work''' out final de-

Heart 'Sunday' Family Documents Red Cross Drive tails of the trade day promotion Show a

Nets Fund $138 Vitally ImportantVital : Next MonthHarry campaign.Merchants attending Monday's Set For(March 28-29 __ T .

documents shouldbe meeting indicated they were. go-
family H. Rabb Jr. has been The Junior
Woman's Club will '
Mrs. James A. Lewis, Woman's preserved because they may be named chairman to head the 1958 ing "ahead with the plan "regardless present its third annual variety Annual Blue And Gold Den 1 IMrs. J. R. Wainwright.Den .
needed to support claims for but said that others would i, Mother! Jimmie }Bryant
Club Health ,chairman and Mrs. Red Cross Fund drive in Bradford show, "Conglomerama," featuring I,
given the opportunity'to enterif
veterans benefits. J. E. Gum officer Gary Bleasdale,. Drew Groov r.
J. M. Vickers, co-chairman, re- County, it was announced this home talent: on Friday and
wish to do '
in charge of the VA officeat they so. Marvin Moody David Silcox,,
port that the Little Women collected week by 'Don Doyle, ARC field Saturday. March 28-29, at 8 p. m. '
$138.07 for the Heart Fund Gainesville has advised veter- representative from DeLand. Thecounty's in the elementary 'school cafetbrium. Banquet Staged ByPack 70 Cubsthe Richard Wainwright..
ans and their dependents.Mr. Masons And Guests Den 2 IMrs. Milo Seigler DeQ
with their.Sunday afternoon. door- quota' this year is $2,210. The show was written and is
Gum said the documents Motherl Bryan Erwin James
to-door campaign. In announcing, Rabb's appoint being,directed by*R.0. White Jr.
Enjoy Supper Event ''
include birth death certificates Webelos'Den Gcdwin, Mike Seigler. Joe Jones,
or ment as' fund chairman Doyle of Starke; Cub .Scouts', of Pack 70, together and invocation
Members of the Little, Women marriage or divorce decrees, I by Rev: Donald Kokomoor of .the Donald Carter.
said: 'ThiS ista crucial for After the Proceeds from the two with their parents, brothers .
were-Misses Sylvia year- regular bi-monthly '
taking part ,guardianship or child custody evidence First Methodist'Church, sponsor Den 3 Mrs. S. G. Denmark,
Dankle- Lavora fund campaigns: due: >to the un- meeting of Masonic Lodge No. 35 shows and this; year's productionwill and sisters, and Scouting officials
Paulk. Judy ,- ., and military .discharge, or of Pack 70.After Den Mother] Steven Denmark
C&pps. Brenda Lewis: Kathleen separation papers.' usually'' heavy demands made 'oh on Monday' night, conducted by go into .the swimming pool gathered, '109 strong; in the elementary Robert Foster, Flip Graham, Harry -
Conway Shi Ann Smith, Virginia Types of claims' in which the the National organization as .a Worshipful Master Carl Hurst, fund a''club project. 'school cafetorium''Tues a short welcoming' address' Hatcher m, Tony Lawson

lean Davy, Elaine Sykes,. Penny documents may be*,needed include result: of .an unprecedented, num- two new members John Kopelou- day night. Feb. 18;;.for their an- by Cubmaster w: Callao an Donald Lee, Jimmy Dyer Carlson
Holltagsworth, Carolyn Vickers, disability or death compensationor ber of major disasters during the sos and Lester Crews, were in- Girl Cagers Win nual Blue and .Goid' amusing skit was presented by Tillman,. Harry Rabb HI. '

"VlckT Struth; Jane Adams: and pension and burial benefits, the past two years.. He expressed itiated.A Highlight .of Jtheoccasion was members of Den 3. Den' 5 [Mrs. Smith DeVice Den
Janice Vickers officer said. appreciation to Rabb ,for accepting smoked mullet supper was --The BBS girls basketball team the presentation of, the new Pack Rewards to individual Cubs Motherl Randy Cozatt Denton

"Dont throw 'these valuable the chairmanship served to more thaw 60 men 20 won 'an, exhibition game Tuesdaynight' Charter by ,Maj J: 'P. ''N._ Horton, were presented by the Cubmaster. DeVoe Buddy Garbett, Barry
CEMETERY WORKING documents away or hide, them A meeting .of key"worker* wU of whom were visitors., The out !' bj a score of 39-37 against neighborhood"' commissioner: of Den 3 won the attendance plaque, Smith Billy Thompson, Bobby
where your family cannot find be held Friday: afternoon ,at 4:30 J of state, visitors included J.. S. a ,team "composed of mothers Gainesville. .The: .charter 'was received and Den 5 was presented the White.

There will be a working at Sapp them in an emergency," Mr. Gum o'clock In ,the H. C: Wall Agency Stewart from Glasglow, Scotland faculty, members 'and alumniHelen.Kelly by.: .Wflliam-.Thqnipson. the award plaque for the most individual Den IWebelosl[ Michael Frig

Cemetery on, Tuesday, .March 4: said. "Preserve them carefullyand to start pre-planning for the I Ernest V.. Widezier of Payon, was' high scorer for pack's. institutional. 1-representative..... awards.Membership Herbert Sellers, Donald Thornton
All interested' persons,are urged make sure your family knows. drive' which will .'get' underway Creek. Okla.. and William.J. Pin-. the' girls, 'while Jackie Prevatt The,program"waS opened; ,with I of Pack 70 ' Steve Whitehead, Mickey Callen

to attend.-Mrs.- Belle.McCormick. where they are at all times." early In,March, on of Lawrence, KM. Strickland topped the-alumni. an .impressive'-flag .ceremony:v by ,follows: Mike tchcock.Y013 -1


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"" -, I" 'VI I I Julia C. Prescott. J. S. Lane, Le- Air Line Railroad Company, Lou- NOTICE TO DEFEND I V.
nora Hollister Franklin Jordan Albert ella T. Struth Individually and as !. Circuit C Surf Bradford total/ I W. J. REDINGTON, It Alive,
Mitftril ; H. Mitchell Franklin Jordan, 'guardian' f.tM person ,and property .,. a"i .as..r.. -".j. and U Dead to His Unknown
Farmers DiaryBy Jr. Mary J. Mitchell James >T. of James Rodman Struth, a minor Fk>rid.U Cb l < .. Soutter, John MrRae, If alive and Merrill Struth. and KatherynLouella OLAF. .. .BREDAU... \ Grantees' Defendant.
if of the above named Struth,-'a. defendants -' Plaintiff THE; .Bt TE OF t'LOIho.TO:
any per-
_.r, "" ........ Saip MeGarrrj sons ,be dead, then to the unknown ; that the relief sought in ', vs- t I "w' 'J.t edington If .Alive,, and If
: heirs, devisee, legatees grantees said suit Is to remove clouds from EVELYN .. tad to 10s Unknown Heirs. Devisees,
fes-r. -a t( Jt creditors or other persons claimingany and quiet '."d y ti rU5 interest In the hereinafter described title to the above' describedland* Case! No. i-481, netendants, Grtelings:
es 'takes .. inventory once a year H. H. Lewis, who remembersthe property by through, under art an indefeasible fee -simple title OTICE TO AI'r5AB';"" I'. "'r .5'
Big Freeze, is, our authorityfor or against each such deceased; thereto against the claims"of YOII' ToEielyn Bredal, residence ; quiet title bus ben broughtin
ancC< balances] :its, asset* against its]liabilities. At.aitirrieJwhefl each ot and whose the Circuit Court for Bradford
James T. Soutter and John McRae and you; you are summoned is T4051 Fifth Arenb*, Brooklty New
that statement, for he said rl.
: : ordered and to file "-v CtiuntFJorida.. against all persons
: Bradford Countyy'is: to "piif ; as Trustees of Florida Railroad required \ addrewiis- .r .
trying "It.was awful cold,that year dur- Company and all persons claiming your written 'answer'or defenses'to York and whf@e ( Clatolnir QlJ' estate, right title or interest
tts!.best :foot forward"" to''attract industry \\ tL'nderstand ing the freezes, but they did notlasts any. Interest in and to said property the complaint In said cause- In' the Trjgve Hastad.- 7405 p". .Fifth,..... AvenueBroi.'kljn. -hi...or lien upon the followingd.ttllbed
by, through, under or .against office of the undersigned Clerk of XewYork- .. : real property, situate m"well: for: ui as, a' community i to keepa the way it has this winter". each and every such trustees; the said Court' at Starke, Florida on I. You are hereof notified uiat a suitfor'dhorte Bradford: County Florida. towitgKiieasl
..critical eye fur liabilities that we -1 .' unknown heirs devisees, legatees 'rfore the 25th day of Starch; I has been'filed against you : ; i ,wie-quarter (NE, ilt'! ) of
open. any. grantees, creditors' and other persons 1958, and to serve' a copy thereofon in the above named Court and cause the Southeast one-quarter (:SE: I'4' >
max!firid. Here it is now the end of February claiming any interest in said Hollis V. Knight, plaintiffs attorney C'tii:1fortheast\ : one-quarter (XE
and the is action the property by. through, under for 'whose''addre Is Starke, and you are required'l to Verve:a copy liO. of,Sertlon Thirty-six SO,
hitittJi things that'we have thought to get around grass against each Mary J. Jordan, deceased Florida, on or before said date, as of your answer or pleading to the Tt>iro>1>!p Fin (5) South. Range!!
be glaring'faults to from George Hug- berries yet, except in a few cases. Elmo Rodman Struth, deceased required by the Law. of Florida complaint 'on the Plaintlff Attorney ''{Wl1tV"'WO; (!!) 'Rat. contamine
might a
someday gins that another good meetingon Luther Milliard! said he is work- and Franklin Jordan 'as and the 1954 Florida Roles of Civil Lyold Bass. !10 Clark' Building'Jack' ,(IQ)...('res,-more.or,less, subject to i
$SteanjEefc: wljq. P&I&} } to'settl there, ''whether he administrator of the estate of MaryJ. Procedure. If you fail to 'so 'do, 'a sonville'L Florida the Toad right.of way of State Road
the Starke Farmers Market ing his out this'week, giving thema 'Jordan,' deceased; and to all decree pro confesso will be entered and file the origin In 'the .Wire of m.' ,
brings industry or just his family. was held last:'Friday night at the dose of fertilizer and then will persons having or claiming any against you for the relief" demand, the Clerk of the Circuit Courts on, or, and yvii,are hereby required to file

Tljisvsek ,a. mau who was looking: at property courthouse: He' said' the farmers try 'to get the mulch on, if 'the right following title lands or interest situate in and In to.Brad the ed In-is the heribY'ordn complaint.d' that this'LIt "order othewise before the the 10 allegations Ur of itarch.of said 11.56 Complaint -i I with the ,Clerk ot(said pers-onally.Court or yourwrittenaboearame byattorneyVJn

,io the' ;:aw tey"area visit d the school there. are' all willing to cooperate witn weather: :stays right fprd County Florida, to-wit: and notice shall be publishedonce I taken confessed by aid proceeding on or
We "shudder to think:of the 'ay! the: building the market committee but duet .v From the *SW corner of NW14 'a week1 for four consecutive Telegraph will be as I before 19511 n4-thereafter the 10th day to of'file March.Bt'r'll.n A D.

the\ of the weather of SEK Q( Sec.. 29, Tw'p. 6 S.,, P. weeks In the Bradford" County you.This notice shall be >ublit'bed'Onl" vpposinitcounsel and Ole with
must have l!looked to I_ .the eyes of stranger uncertainty Met and enjoyed talking to Mrs. 22 E.. run North 639 feet, thencE 'newspaper published In each week for four consecutive 1 eks the written defenses!, if
who VaT assessing it as. tale place where"his two are not able to commit them- Mamie Andreu her son' and run'East 218 feet TO A POINTOF Bradford'a' general County. circulation, Florida.. and. haying said- in th Bradford County Telegraph: 11I\108M, Clerk tar-tIIe'your Complaint! at the time
right to what and BEGINNING thence run East Si day of'snnary'I958.: : therein setting up
selves: now as daughter-in-law, Mrv and Mrs. County,' Dated prvsrihediby law
children"would to school. However a quick- 367 feet thence run North 1 degree Interest In
go (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)' then right title or .
how much. they will plant. Vasco Andreu, who now live East 201 feet to South line WITNESS my hand as Clerk of Pstatot. above i'll'II'rihM' prpertr ....
thinking teacher; told him of the coming bond S S down at Dade City. Vasco remembers of right of way of State Road said Circuit Court 'of Bradford' Charles A., Darby,'Ckrkof, the Circuit or flen-unnn.claimed( the to.. f s" n'"'
100, thence run West along said County/ Florida; and the seal of CourtBy yap.entered acaii 't
i issue the that have been made for the will
and plans Looks as if the ,planting of tobacco a lot of the early history' South line' 370 feet, thence' run said Court at ''Starke, Bradford Marian L. Crosby Deputy or JudRiwnt t>v -rt'fault
use ot the money. will ,be set back about three of this area, as his father did a South 1 degree East 196 feet'to runty Florida, .n" the .15th" day of' Clerk. VDU. tWiT1'RSS mv hand and the seal of
Point of Beginning, being In February A.D. 1953. SIT 41 Mlla 31
;Although he said that he was in a hurry, he weeks-that those who in normal did a lot of sawmilling. in, this,- NW}4 of SE!+ of Sec. Z9, Twp. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) I Ral4.t'ur1:rv.195R.CIBCC1T at: .Starke.ForltaJa""a this

wandered into the auditorium where a play rehearsal seasons planted around March 10 vicinity. fS.. R. 22 E.:, containing 1..65 .CHARLES, A. DARBY The Cirrnit C.Hrt. Eighth < COURT SEAL)
more or : .
Clerk of Circuit 'Court of:
will and A. Darby.
set out about March 25, 4>f Flcrlda. la Aad ForBradford Charles
and for half GREETINGS You hereby Bradford County. Florida. : .." _ going stayed the
was on an : are Coaaty"' 'As Clerk of
those. who usually planted later: Read that con- for .. ,'
seme Hollis
person notified that a suit In equity (has V. KnightAttorney'. s 1 NO. : .
h 4 ur; 'Jef pdia1' -he'saw and heard theremade will delay for another three nects insanity with strawberries, been brought against j; CLYDE CARTER BrMartan L.,Crosby!! I\ C4t.2/.a
tt and also agafifat aboard 24t:: 3'1J!' 'Z/'l
him forget the tumbled-down building. weeks. and says' that there isan in- -you ->.. Plaintiff. "

Alollg'our- highways we J have tnt unsightly . ... crease of, it during the berrysea- = -- =---"

spots including snacksand' auto Junkyards.. Biggest pepper plant set-up a- son:' We can't vouch for 'it. but ( ,j ,

\th,'. the widening of U. S.. '3Q1 'we' hopethat round here is out ai Brooker' several times when we' were rats;

some otrthesewill be moved ot hidden. where N.'G Hayes has lot'ot pepper -. ing berries we thought that it .;
and other plants 'growing would take just a little more, to.
kibe rStarke City Council 3 taken, steps to
; and. looking good.. He] also 'has drive us crazy Only basis for the RED DELICIOUSAPPLES J I YELLOW
improve, the: traffic situation Walnut. Street some potatoes planted, tiss. do a belief, we think, is\ that lots. of; ,

Hjr.iprohibitfng. parking on the. East ide.. This rjumber; ,,ot other grOWerS;:,!in that people go nuts over strawberry:
V}&,;be}alielpf fyut lucre will nee to} be doheA \ area.:Big worry there bas been to short-cake. --

jparkingjajr; a. $J11 be a* 'must' in, the) hearMtEvwjr keep the.seed. potatoes that were' .5 '

ftpren, not planted. yet' from freezing. Next time you buy gloves here
.. .
good citizen has his own: pet ideas for.thepcojjnty << : be careful Heard that someone;
b&tybt eliminated and Cheerful Note:' Some old-time bought a pair and. found that he., .
: ; things to be "
growers up in Georgia] recall the had two for his left hand.' Sa
touts be done. Let us air i them to each other.: "
[ tfl. winter i of. 1899 and that ,
bad : : say there are two right hand gloves-
tr.We.can arid should: brag:: about; Siarke and' in spite of the weather, farmers'tb'at.sPi waiting: for' someone -' '

BrYdford'COurit, ,' f," but just.'amongourselves, : 'let ;; ng had the best crop in *, 2 eoe15C

ifetJbfc" [critical'so that we can make)}: "improve- years. 'Hers hoping that history Up in Alabama they have solv 2 Les25c ..

m nts' just-'as: fast. as. possible.,. "' will repeat itself.. '. ed'the problem ot what .to do II
A comjnunity that its faults and does while waiting for the 'cold weather -
sees oven
.. .. ., .. .
something,.about them is 'a good community to The break in the cold weather to let up. They have organized
list weekend came. just in time snake hunts of this kind<< 'The
1 liifL.itIalf; clone;: to which Industry will be; glad
; .
"' to keep a lot of. people from blow- hunters take some gasoline, final
thiojne.. ing their stacks!' The freezing a gopher hole pour in the gas}

.- weather had everybody down and then ignite it. The 'rattlers Carrats

n f .g tr, shivering and hugging the 'fire come out and are promptly hot-: Oranges ; ; ,

7i$ylinkerinip; do bj;" that. the ne d for inconieviar.rate and getting meaner by the min fed on the noggin, or otherwise, :
ute.. But we hear that, more cold dispatched, or stay in the den and
; reductions have.reached, the status weather' 'is on the way and'by now die:'Eithef'war itr is ok&1'-'wiuf ,

of critical urgency, was dispelled at the recent we think that, this is perhaps the the Alabama hunters who are '"

Yqu.SCf"'Y; and. Means/C9inrnitte.e public! h ar-; coldest winter on record, at least determined to cut down the rat L :, ,"".. <." 1.BAG lAC I

I for being ccld right on and on. tler population.and Z BAG 39C .

.A witnesses all facetsof .. .
parade.of representing ,
." '' '' '' ' 'original'
'.t t.." { ' 'n''T'' file the in the office of "
the nation's economy, offered strong evidence the Clerk,of the Circuit Court on or,
tljat} h /'current(}; business! recession Is due l largely HIGHLANDIfy before 24 "day the of March 1958; -
: -
personal. and tax otherwise the allegations of said ." '.. ., ...... .
oppr.ejssive : corporate
\# ; ?: ,
Complaint will be. taken. as confessed .
rates and! 'that reform, of these rates is vital to Mr*. lj't'J' Normaa by you. ..
Come Se .
This, notice shall be published .. ". You'll Save!
recovery. aJ1\ .a..a, sl .&.a'".u nce each week for four consecutive
C\ It: is that a majority of those testifying weeks in: the Bradford County! Telejcrai '
encouraging\ "Sjiper-Right" Tender Smoked 4 8 Ib
.Rev. George Chism and son of >h./ ] : to AveragePICNIC :
for neral strong Dated this 18 day'-ot February, .' .
on IIb need jje rate, reform } ... Moaiac. Ga. visited tbi Lacey. 1951l. JJt t '
r :
ly, ur.ged the, quick enactment of the Sadlak- Normans on Sunday: (OFFICIAL SEAL)

Herlopg; biljs) ; wbich'provide: for the first broad- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Norman Charles Clerk A Darby of the Circuit- Court- .ii': : ,

gauge reform of the;ip, ome tax structure; since.. and Miss"'Evelyn Mosley of Jacksonville By-- Marian. L. Crosby.. Deputy 2/2-'It Cleric I/U $ coo* y : gc

rite$ began! their! : upward spiral 26'years ago. were weekend guests of 9 :
'the'L. M. Normans.
Representing organized groups composed ofa b The Circuit. Court Of Bradford f!' .
Mr. Hal Edwards of Orange ("Oll.t,, Florida !. CfcaBrrry.J. '
wide variety off small medium\ and large busines& i- Park visited the Lacey Normans M) EDWARDS'and' LUCILLE .

enterprises throughout the nation the witnesses orT'Sunday.. EDWARDS, Plaintiffs. his wife.,,. "Super-Right" Old Hickory Country Style Smoked .. .,

cited chapter: .and verse of. how the proposed Mr. Raiford Manning and vs.SEABOARD. '

: legislation] <
QJ11X a boost by: friends and. .relatives here Thursday n Defendants. B

1. Re-in.\Tig6rating; individual and commercial! : I. The NOTICE Name of TO the State DEFEND ef FloridaTo SAUSAGE. .. 49C

effect by pernjitting, more. adequa} \ ;.rewards fobsuccess the"We following wish "Happy who had Birthday"birthdays to now residing James"Rodman at Young Strath Harris, a College minor B A'G.. '

and! thus encouraglpg,business; .expansion. this month Avie Austin Feb. 2, Young Harris, Ceorgie Florida Railroad ; ,
known as Atlantic \
? Company now __
,2. greatly i. the flow investment
.; increasing? Jonell' Griffis' Feb. 9, Maggie Gulf and West India Transit Company

funds essential t? business' stability and growth creWs Feb. 14. Bettie Gene, Norman a Florida corporation L. C. re t.CQMBINE .. .. H" Nifty' Frozen
ujasmuqh I.! a$ the, l lack of sufficient capital has Feb.'22. '

been a principal, contributor" _. to. the' current. recession. Mr, and, Mrs. Dock Norman of JUST ARRIVED

.. Dinsmore visited friends' and'relatives (LIMA BEANS 319mb

3. Providing a. basis fqr, nev and, be\\er job here Sunday.' .

opportunities i i and resuming tlje.} advance. in the, Beedie Norman Ellen and little
nation's standard ot living. Mitchel, Norman" are "on the sick &P' : .
list.. A COMPLETE LINE OF A Frozen Baby
Briefly;, the Sadlak-Herlong bill provides for here '
; *
Rev. 'E. C. Harvey was
coordinated' reductions, over a five-year period shaking hands with old friends' ; L

i in all, the progressive: rates individual tax Monday. ALL'YOUR WAffLES1 B Pigs ,27c

with 'the first bracket (2o6o or I less'of taxable Don't' forget Sunday School at

income-Ti'O ',being, reduced front'20, to, 15' per? cent.) 8ii: and Church. Sendee: ,.'tY
JilTfnr1 t"i '
TheI rates"otax vr ould'be] brought: down to42pex o'ctock.The EasterCandy Cold, < mSALMON

: 'c e ntC;"the individual': tax from"1? its 'p s I t' Lord is good:to all.

top,91) percent: ; and the,:corporate.-. ', tax from. its d FAITH BAPTIST, ; CHURCH. No. 1 tall
.* can. 5gc
present: ,top of 52 per cent: )tawtey: :1'

!'*OIK? ,the basis of the videnc@ presented at the J\. E. lbiM7t, Pastor,.

hearings; prompt' passage : f'tb(Sadlak-Herlong, ; Bible school :10: a.,'m.' '

bills .(H.B..f; 452 and. &1L 9119) would: seem. to". Preaching', 11 a., m. BILLS S

,from recession;; Those who agree' woulddo Bible Study and Prayer MeetIng 24ozs s'
7:30 m., 'Wednesday.Radio 29cANN
well to:Jet their legislative: representatives. in program; 8 to' 8:30 a. e r,

Washington know how they. feel m. each Sunday 'over station. .
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t WRGR Starke.- Bathroom Tissue
Whither The -
"" LOANS '
# Sealed bids will be received by SOFT WEVE a for 27 i
Wt a t es-: the Florida' State Prliob'n"at the office ,
of.-the Business Manager Flor :
r ida'. State Prison, 'Raiford.' Florida. .
The recent vagaries pid Man Winter have tip to and not later than 10:00 A.M..
made. all of, us more,weather: conscious' nd' e ier March '10. ISaS, approximately UPTO
158 tons more or less junk locatedin
tc&now'what's coming next: In. an' effort'.t 'aid various 'areas at' Florida' State IDEAL Ih' can 2fw: 33c
Prison Bids will" be for junk
tho'"amateur} weather: forecaster, we, 'suggest"'atrietY where and as Is; subject to inspefctfon '
; bl:systems that seem relied' upon ; prior to bidding-. fide must Amoufsvienna': .
be: 01bid forms which may be'If'
V*t; t,. everything from aching corms to IndianaAnimals : cured'front the "0flce-of the Bus I
nes. ?.Manager, ;.F.lprid.a'Sfate Prison.. .
however 'are l
consideted-Telativeljr i in
? 2/21'Zt{%/28LEG.L $6ct0 4 ounce can
fallible.]) by many' observers. Just listen to thqgrasshoppPrs. LB SAUSAGE 21

If they stop singing better get bids will NOTICESealed 'received by ..T f PAC
out your winter "Underwear. But if the frogs the. Florida State.Prison at the ot-- 2 .
five of the Business Manager, Flor- JARNOW .
. croakloudly l for: a long 'time, everything's" goingto ida State Prison Raiford. Florida, U1JICORNED
up to and not later than 10:10.M... "Folks Find Us fri n 1y" .
be, alj; (; right and fair weather is in the off i in'g.'Going March 10, 1S58. for various' itemsof BEEF V2ouncan 43'
; filing} ? Then beware when the fish sacks rags*and clippings. Bids : ,I

sy.ftn; ) near;, ihe surface.and.jump. .out. ofjten! will pines be, where for sacks and ,as rags i.., subject and clip-to LOCAL FINANCE ON SALE! Mark 'Issue Snickers _" ." .' .
inspection 'prior to bidding. Bids .
a storm Is brewyjg.,: If. & yr; s'ivim 'dxep. In the '
$ must i>e on bid forms which may be '" ;
fall it's going to be a cold .inter! Look for secured' from' the office of the Business : The A&P1 Magazine CANDY 6 for 251
Manager Florida State Prison .
crows perched in the tree-tops good weather. Raiford.. Florda.1! 2t 2/28. .
Rut"'wahhj: out: if the hens start rolling in the COMPANY WOMANS: DAY 10< lona -' -.

dust o fgo'''\o ropsjt'iat: r than.-usuaJ] .. ,. bad !. Clml NOTICE C..rt TO,- Bradford APPEAR Cutr. i -- ._- r- :. : '
it th rl.rlda: !. Cba ceri.table. ... u ..:3031'cans
t r;: on',.. ,Ile wav I' .!''t' .. ) Ruth Prater, Plaintiff vs. 114 N. Walnut St. \ "" T .TOMATOES .2 1" ....t 27'

., sAe;{'.yt.: ., Carel- X. Prater..- Defendant.. Case Xo. 12-4S2 .. -.. r I:l .
:Xvtire T. Appear: ((3 Doors'from Post Office) A&P _
''tjR: 4icRo 'C )twxv; TELEWtkPH.. Tot Caret'A.'Prater. whose residence '

+.Ji. '". ,. E4i:......-1116.--..._.. (.,.t. .. vatd; X.and: R'address Atlanta Is 8,';Georgia..You (35 Poule-. Phones,580 and'581 S. I KETCHUP 2> for<< 35

et are hereby, -notified. .that a, .. .' I
.... ....
.. NEWSt suit for divorqe<< :
,_.. e. 1. 1.1' \f.1 t}". J.It r"V. has' been filed against'Ou'fn the Mrs. Marguerite Hall, .'\' f'IIl 4".Y"' '\ r<.. ,, '" __-<1 Our OwnTEA -'" r
r.ft'. PI'fl.. Li"nto CONTIXOl'SLY. above-named Court and I
_.I' ". :
H't *
.... you are. required to serve copy of 412 Call StreetStark S,
64 49'
tt"- ti 1 g 1I.r; 'Ut: 11.\UNAn. your answerer 'pleading to" the't'omDIIttnrneyJnseiik'tC' Manager FlorIda .. ; : II
P.I II..... F.axk .SING: ..nd.'B *-1> r: '__ .w M

.I Ibr. P...l orrti-r al *tlarkr. .'1.. ....,., Act .f Mar X 1ST*. Title Building. Jackson.vUle =-
2, Florida -"T--- -

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At The Tabernacle Lutheran Services PENTECOSTAL, HOLINESS' plantings every time he went out- for the adoption of Donald Bert
Robertson and Uehln Warren. Robert-
CHURCH to ,shoot. This is the first year eon Jr., minor children by the petitioner
Dr. William Harrington of 122. E. Washington St Sunday School, 10 a. m.; MornIng that Eddy Allen will plant any and rtep-Yather of fcakj! minor
' Gainesville was guest speaker at Regular services will be held Worship 11'' a.' m.;, Evangelistic quail food. He is going to plant children, Russell Albert Eberle. and
ACHURCN NEWS the Gospel Tabernacle last. Sun- every Sunday afternoon at 2:30: 'services, 7:30 p. m. his tobacco land that he put in you and are rquired hereby to file summoned your .answer ordered cr
-fl day morning-using as his subject oclock; Sunday School .and Confirmation Wednesday Prayer. Meeting the soil bank to combine peas, defense to the petition! in said: causa
: In the office of the undersigned' clerk
.FaIth..Man Reaching Up and classes at 3 ocIock.- 7:30,p.m. which is a good land builder and of said court at Starke Bradford
1 God Reaching Down." The Rev. Myron'G.. Mader, pastor also a very good quail food. County, Florida on or before the
,.... EVERGREEN JSth day of March. 155S, and to sene
--- The study of Old'Testament of The First Lutheran Churchof copy thereof on Theron A. Yawn
Methodist characters on Tuesday evenings Ocala, win conduct the BAPTIST CHURCH Soil Conservation SIXGlNG'E.'TIOX Jr. >petitioner's attorney. whose address
Church Presbyterian Church gives a better understanding of services. Sunday School'10.a.,m. Preaching "is: Pest Office Drawer HI,
Starke Florida on or before said date
Sunday Schoo for all 9:45 Choir the lives and times of the All persons witnout a home 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : NEWSBy The Bradford-Union Singing and to show cause on or before
ages Friday-Adult ,
practice Patriarchs and is creating much church are Invited to, attend. !a. Preaching 7:30: p.,m. Prayer Bin Haa I Convention will be held all day said date why said petition should
a.m.: Morning Worship, Rev. Harold -, 7:30: p.m. not be granted, all as required by
interest. Meeting Wednesday 1:30 Sunday at the Heilbronn
p. m. Soil Conservation servlc Baptist the Laws of Florida and the Florida
L Thomas conducting the Sunday- Church School for all I St. Mark'i"Epiac alfrio" Church Homecoming. Everyone Rules of Ch ll Procedure. If you
9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, CHRIST fail to do so a Decree Pro Confessowill
rvice. 11 ajn. Dine-A-Mite. 6:15: ages QUARTERLY CONFERENCE CHURCH OF JESUS welcome. entered against for the
p.m. Business meetings and Wor installation of deacons, "Facing I SET BY LATTER DAY SAINTS' Raymond s. Mac81a1s LATTER DAY SAINTS relief demanded in the
ship services for Senior and Intermediate Life's, Problems," 11 a.m. Youth r Sunday Services-9:45 aon., Services each Sunday in old A complete soil and water con- BAKE SALE This nclice shall be published once
Representatives of the local servation farm plan was prepared ealTiieek for four consecutive weeks
6 Worship
MYF 6:45: p.m. Eve- Fellowship pm. Evening -. Church School: 11:00: a.m., Morning Masonic Hall on E., Call St Sun- for Bill In the Bradford County Telegraph.
congregation of the Church of His farm is located The Senior :Mother
"After 40 Days 7:30 p.m. Prayer and Sermon. Club will hand and the sal of
ning Worship. with Rev. Thomas, I : day School 11L m. Sacrament Witness my
"7:30 Tuesday-Board of Deacons, Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Holy Communion-First SUn-' Service south of town off Highway hold a bake sale in front of the said Court at Starke Bradford County
: 6:30
"l ; p.m.Monday 7:30 pjn.Wednesday. :will attend, the Quarterly Conference day. 11:00: ajn; Third Sunday come. p m. _Everyone wel 301. Bill is looking into the future Florida Bank Saturday, Mar. 1, Florida, this SZ day of February,
through Friday':-7 a.m. March 2 at by planting his cut-over woodlandto 1958.
on i kk Sunday at 9:30 ajn. Proceeds will to
I 7:30
a.m. go SEAL
to 7:25: p.m., coffee and donuts in -Group Bible Study, Slash Pine. He also has (CIRCUIT
'the Florida Stake Tabernacle, Wednesday-7:00 pan Choir plowed help finance the Seniors trip to Charles A. Darby, Clerk of saidCircuit
in Fellowship HalL 7:25: to 7:45, 7:30: p.m.Thursday 4087 Hendricks Ave.,'Jacksonville. Practice 7:45 Litany'and KlNGSTJEY' LAKE fire breaks around his woodland Washington and New York. Court
; : p.m., Clerk2Ir7.4t9lro
MISSIONARY Crosby Deputy
morning devotions Rev. Harold I. Junior Choir prac- Sessions will begin at 10 a. m. and Bible Study. BAPTISTSunday areas to help prevent damage By Marian L
Thomas. 7:50' to 7:55 tice, 3:30: Starke Social I School 9:45: a.m. Morning from wildfire. !. The rirralt
: : morning pjn. 12 p. m. and the public, is cordially ,Other meetings and services by Of The Eighth -
devotion broadcast over Station Club, Presbyterian AssemblyHall invited. The visiting authorityand announcement Service Worship 7:30 11 a.m. Evening There has been a .lot of talk ter Judicial Bradford thrill Taint Of jr.Florida la Aid k
,WRGR with Rev. Thomas speak- 7:30 p.m-: principal speaker will be pjn. Prayer Meeting about controlled; burning this Case No. 12-487
ing. 7:30 p.m. Revival Services, Elder Delbert L., Stapley of Salt GRAHAM Wednesday 7:30: pjn. Everyone year. Controlled burning can be IN' Re Adoption of: DONALD GAY'SHome
Rev. Thomas, pastor of the Chat- LAWTEY: CHURCH OF CHRIST Lake City, Utah, a member of the BAPTIST CHURCH welcome.-Rev. IL, H. Mott, very useful in forest managementon BERT WARREN ROBERTSON ROBERTSON and JR.MELVIN, Minor

tahoochee Methodist Church, (presently meeting in City Hall) Council of Twelve Apostles, a Sunday school. 10 a. m. MornIng pastor. your Slash and Longleaf pine Chili>en. Bv: RUSSELL ALBERT AppliancesYour
guest speaker. Sunday-Bible study 10 a, m., governing body of the1 Morman areas. You can use controlled EBERLE, Their Step-Father.
Worship, 11, a m. Training HlWAY CHAPEL ORDER OF PlBLirtTIO AND
worship, 11 a m.EveningYoung. Church. burning to get rid of dense NOTICE TO DEFEND Friendly
Union, 6:30: p. .m. Evening Wor- ASSEMBLY OF GOD rough I I
: PO: Melvin Warren Robertson Sr.
NEW, IUVERBAPrIST people's Bible IlEILBRONN'BAPTISTS ship, 7:30 p. nv- Rev. W. 0. G. M. Osborae, Pastor that could mean the end of your Clark Boarding House, Bainbridge, DealerS
CHURCH study, 7; preaching, 7:30.: Collins, Sr., pastor. Sunday School. 10 a, m. MornIng trees if a wildfire should ever get Georgia. Norge
Sunday School, 10 .. m. Worahlp i Wednesday-Bible study 7:30: PLAN HOMECOMING started. A carefully controlled You are hereby notified that a
Worship,,11 ,
a. m. Evangelistic
petition has been filed in the above NQRGE APPLIANCES
Hour, 11 a. m. Eventeg Eerv.uc ''p. m. The annual Homecoming will be BROOKEB BAPTIST CHURCH Service,. 7:45 p. m. Thursday fire, backing against a steady styled court by Russell Albert Eberle
7 p. m. Prayer Metmg eaa Radio, Program Station wind, can eliminate this hazard
School, It weekly service.. WASHERS
Heilbronn Sunday a. m.; morning prayer Invita- t BIAYTAO
Wednesday 7:30 pja. WRGR. Monday, 6:3p: a. m. held at the Baptist,I I worship, 11 a. m.: training tion extended to everyone. and cause little or no damage to MUSIC LESSONS
-- Church on Sunday, March 2, union the trees. Control burn every five D COLEMAN HEATERS and
p. m.; evening worship Accordion Guitar
starting with Sunday School at 8 p.' m.: AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH years. FLOOR FURNACESWe
: FIRST BAPTIST Church -- Starke 10 a.m. There will be good sing- Wednesday-Hour of Prayer, Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn- Bill also will use Pensacola Ba- Piano Marimba\
ing' from 11 a.m. to 1 pm.. fol. sp.m. Ing ,Worship 11 a. m. Training hia and and Coastal Bermudafor Beginner Instruments Service AH !MakesOf \
Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor fowed by dinner on the grounds. Union 6:45: p. ,m. Evening Worship hay. This practice of plantinga Furnished Appliances
Special singers will be heard during HIGHLAND 7:30'p."'. m.: Midweek Prayer field to Coastal Bermuda and
Jefferson and Court Streets In. the Heart ,of Town the afternoon, and the pro- BAPTIST CHURCH Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. treating it for hay only is workingout Thursday Afternoons Phone 10

Phones: Office 234 Pastorium 130 gram will conclude ,with the Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Everyone welcome. fine and folks are getting 119 S. Thompson St. l Starke Florid
J Homecoming message at 7:30 p.m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. and good hay at a low cost.
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M.\ by'the pastor, Rev. Walter Lee. 7:30 p. m.' Prayer Meeting each SEVEN-1H DAY' I.
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev. ADVENTIST CHURCH Robert W. Murray, biologist for
Sunday School,9:45: A.M.\ Training Union 6:30: P.M.\ St. Edward's Church George Chlsm ,pastor. Everybody Services each ,Sabbath In the the Florida Game & Fresh Water The perfect tribute to

Midweek Service -, Wednesday 7:30 P.M. welcome. home,of S. N. Brown across from Fish Commission, delivered quail a cherished memory 11(
St. Edward's, Starke: Sunday Bethel Baptist Church east of food planting material to the 7
A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU Mass 10:00: a.m. Holyday Masses, CHURCH -UP GOD Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m. Bradford Soil Conservation District Every funeral that we con: l ..,.
6:30: and 8:30:: a.m. Sign of the Sunday School 10 a. m, Morn Bible Study each Wednesday, this week. The Soil Conser- duct is a source of sustaining : i .
AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH Cross, Friday, 8 p.m. Catechism Ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday 7:30: p., m.-Ard.n Mote, pastor. vation Service regards wildlife as .i1'a
solace inspiraJ
: and 'spiritual ; .
Class for children every Satur Evening Service, 7:45 p. m.., YPE an important product of the land ; "
day, 9:10: a. m. Service Wednesday' 7:45: p. m. NORTH SIDE and encourages farmers to plant tion to the family. : j!7
Prayer Meeting Friday 7:45: p.m.. BAPTISTCHURCH quail food and cover areas on
St. William's, Keystone
Sunday, School, 10 their Hundreds of details are managed and economically -
southto LAWTCT a. m. Morn. farms. Odd areas on many
Madison Street Baptist ChurchPresently Heights St. William(follow sign Hiway Sunday 21 ,Mass Sunday School,, 10 a. m. MornIng ing Worship 11 a. m. Training farms can be planted to quail attended to that only a trained and careful:

8:15: ajn. Holyday Mass, 7:30a Worship, 11"a. m. YPE Service Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Wore food. These areas include borrow- organization can: perform when the urgent need
( Meeting Washington and Grand Sts.) m. Confessions before alllass. : Saturday, 7:30 p. m. ship, 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting pits, abandoned roads, small areas for serving is at hand.
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone isolated by,ditches, and land not
GOOD SINGING FORCEFUL PREACHING HEDLBRONN MSSlOnfABY welcome. E. C.-Harvey, pastor suitable for crops or pasture. DeWITT I C. JONES,

MornIng Some of the folks who
Sunday Schoo;,10 a. m. plan to

Sunday School __________ 9:45 A.M. Morning' worship, 11 a.m. Worship Worship, 7:30,: 11 p.a,'m.m. Training Evening I'' ChrIstian'Eudea.vor CHRISTIAN CHURCH, Friday 7.50 Wee plant Dampier quail feed George this year Shuford are Pee, furnish the ,highest type,service at lowest prices, and accept

Morning Worship '_ ___ _-11:00 ilL Rev. J. E. ,Sherwood, pastor Union,(Sundays) ,6:30: p. nu Midweek I p. m. Bible Study Wednesday.. Eddy Allen and Dr. A. J. Barry. ANY life insurance policy in forte, Issued by ANY company, as
Training Union __ _______ 6:15 P.M.\ Sunday School 10 a.m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Sunday Morning Worship George told me he planted some payment ia part or In full on funeral services. Consultation

Evening Worship .L.-------____ 7:30' P.M.\ ,Youth, .Churcn, T p.m. I 7:30: pjn., t 7:30: 11 a. m. Evening Worship, partridge peas last year and that carries no obligation.
Prayer Services & Business Meeting, Wed. 7:30 PJW. Wednesday Prayer Meeting, ,- p. m. Bible'School. 10 i m. he found a covey of birds' at the

Visitor, Neighbor, Friend Let ,This Be A ,Cordial In. Adult Choir practice, 6:45: pan C. L. Overturf Jr* Minister --- .. --,
i 'vitation To Worship In Starke's Youngest Church Wednesday.. Sunday, Sunday School, 10 .'. ;.:!' J
Ladies Council, 1st and 3rd a. m. morning service, 11:--a.' nu, ;'c >" I
: Nursery opeh'f all services Room for alL "
Tuesday nights.Everybody evening service,, G:30 p. m.
,Rev. Jack H. Mabry, Jr., Pastor; P. T. Nolin, Supt S. S, I welcome to each I Wedn 1Bible'study, 7:30
service., p.m. I

; Layman's REVIVAL R. .+l 4 ...1J a BEGINNING

".- ,- HITEIY. MARCH 2-9 730P.M.; i Sunday Mar. 2 -

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r.S of Secretary the Tallahassee of Evan Dis CONTINUING MONDAY THRU FRIDAYand

He Is Not An Ordained Preacher Of The Gospel, But A Spirif-Filled the Methodist Church

now serving First Methodist -

.. \ Layman From Rome?, Go.. Who Is'On Fire For The Lord! Church Florida, Chattahoochee, 7 A.M. -- 7:30: P.M.

Theme For The Week --. LET GOD HAVE HIS WAY

: First Baptist Church Hampton


'Sermon You Are A Key Person!! Sermon What Do You Want More Than

t : Others?
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"j' Hosts for the Evening The Woman's Society ofChristian
( Service
Dynamic Preaching
ChallengingTeatamonies.,; !
What Do You Want From Life?
'., By ,E. B. Toles By Other Laymen

-. i. Sermon ... The Wages Nobody Wants?

Hosts for the Evening The Methodist\ Men's Club

t :' Inspiring Singing' Music :' : ,: Sermon What Is Your Name?
:. Special Sermon One Day Older And Deeper
t.LL -
1 ; Hosts, for the Evening The Official Board Debt!

Led By Ed. Saxon In Every. Service Youth Night

I J" .:: ._- FRIDAY EVENING, .

r -, : ; Sermon The Road Home ..: :

; '' ,Nursery Open Nitely Warm Christian ,Fellowship -::, WORSHIP/ THE MORNING

t .. ,: --, r' Every Morning Monday\ Through Friday

j E. B. Toles 700725: ; Coffee and Donuts 1' 7:50.7:55 Morning Devotion Over Sta-

'7:25 7:45 Worship Service tion WRGR. From the Pulpit

God,says in Ezek. 22:30, "I sought for a _man "God, is today looking for a .

MAN '- rich or ,poor; educated or uneducated; preacher or layman :who will bet Everyone Invited Good Preaching Good Singing Good Fellowship

a clear and clean channel by whom HE may bless the world. '

I '. .
i Revival in Samaria was, promoted by a DEACON (A 8:5-8). First Methodist Church.

Revival of 1857 in America,was promoted by a humble LAYMAN. :

Billy Gratiam was saved_ in meeting sponsored by LAYMEN.


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Bobbie-Faye SweatIs FFA Chapters Mis Rally Set" Florida Theatre er and by halftime left the floor Charge Against -

Engaged Ask Public For Park-of-Palms Will Show with 35-28 score. Prudential never
SupportOf ; Film again gained the lead. GaragemanIs

to L. R: McClellari Steer ShowThe Choral Group Sings On Small Town Life' Art Holliday. manager of the DismissedCounty

team said that no games are

r :.f&- -.; -i: ':i't1jo third annual i Future' Farmers Ray Gostafson, well known The appearance or six young scheduled for this week due to Judge T. A. Yawn last

--'- ""('..' t of America fat steer show conference' speaker, and, Bible star in "Peyton Place" presents the necessity of finding replace- Thursday dismissed charges a-

...-,. and sale:; ,wifl takV place April :2, teacher of Sfc Petersburg;; will be interesting. study into the various ments for two of his outstanding gainst V. C. Stalnaker. Starke

__ .:___: _Monty____ 4 1 j,I at t&V Jackson Livestock Marked ,at Parle-of-the-Palma on' Sunday moods and personalities that players, Arthur Winklerv forward garageman. for assault with intent *
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- formerly J. D.' OdomX in' Gainesville March 2, through Friday March make up the small-town teenager.The and Dewayne Elder! guard. who to commit1' murder.

Mrs. Robert ByrdIs Presbyterian Women -. 7: His'wide preaching experience film version of the best-sell- are entering service with the Air The charges were brought by a

Put re' Farmer chapters from has' taken: him' to many areas of ing novel opens' Sunday at the Corps: David Bristow. another rJegro: ; Joseph Goddeh, who

Shower Honoree' Plan District: Meet TTTt4 s +et counties will take7 part in the world and he will bring a Florida for a three-day, rua. player has a broken finger; Hol- claimed that Stalnaker went Into -

this event. The Bradford Chapter timely presentation of the Biblein It is the story of two girls and liday'said- a rage and struck him with a

Mrs. Robert Byrd was honored Representatives from'the starke will'' haVe three members comp the light: of present conditions.. th iY' families anff the effect' of hammer last Dec. 17, without

at a stork showerS Thursday evenIng Women ofythe Presbyterian Uni, John Allen Shadd. I- The"puble is invited to I attend their prbblenis" on themselves! Funeral Sunday provocation. when he went into

of last week given by Mrs. R. Church will attend tiie annual District ton Mathews and TOm England. a' mass' rally! at 3 p.oL: Sunday their friends, and the entiie: .town. the garage to discuss some'repair

O. Paterson. Mrs. W. T. Jackson Four Conference to be' held '- Starke Chapter will be represented &tarch 2, in the main auditorium: The large cast is' headed by For, Charlie Davis work Stalnaker was doing for

and' lrfrs Guy Andrews at the mArcher o.n. Thursday: March 6. I by one'member, Billy Dampier. Mr. Gustafson will also speak Lana Turner, who is seen as' the him

hom "of the latter on.W. Madison Registration will begin at 9:45: -'- E4.Wr Shadd has a nice' Hereford each1 i weekday'at"9:80"a.m. nother'of Alison McKenzje, play Charlie Davis, 80, died Wednesday Stalnaker and his employee,

street. ajn. : teer that he purchased locally-, A' highlight1: the week will be ed by a promising young,newcomer. night; Feb. 19. at his home! Robert Dillinger, told a different

A'pfnk'color'motif'was attractIvely The women oT-, the' Archer and from V. R. Ferguson. It has been the appearance, of The Choral : Diane Varsi. Hope Lange has here after' a long 'in'illness. He was story of the encounter stating

} used ,for the party decOr- Kanapaha churches will serve on a' well-baliriced' feeding prdrim aresv a',25-voice' group from the the important role of'the tragic born Feb' 9. 1873 F rgo. Ga that Godden was not struck witha

ationsThe'refreshment table was pilau, coffee, and cake at 1 p.m., since last August and GraHd'Rapias< School of the Bible Selena Cross, the girl "from the and came to Starke 27 years ago. hammer but with a fist. Stal

overlaid with a beautiful lace and all'' members attending are -- should place'near: the top. and Music, at 8:15'p.nL: ; on Wednesday wrong side of the tracks." Terry He was a member Methodist of the Church.New naker said he did not strike the

cloth and centered with a pink asked to bring sandwich.. -e rC Leaton Mathews Is beginning' March1' 5, in the main au- Moore' is" se n' as tne town flirt, Congregational Negro until after Godden had

centerpiece flanked by crystal During the luncheon hour, a *i bis' first'',year" ,in Vocational Agriculture !- ditorium. They will offer a'well while Barry Coe'plays the typical' Surviving1 ate his wIdow', Mrs. cursed him and put his hand into *
1958 I Vessie Davis: two daughters. Mrs. his pocket as if trying to reach
message will
holders with burning tapers. on obJectIves x ) and this is his first ex- rounded program of sacred classics rich'man's son.
Appropriate games were play- be brought by Mrs. Eugene Kel- eiieri e' feeding'show cattle.. He ,, Negro spirituals, and gospel Buddy Harris and Mrs. a weapon.

ed during the evening and'prizes lersberger, well. .known speakerand & 3 has a crossed Hereford steer'that songs. The 3,000 mile itinerary Legion To Present Smith both of Starke; one'60n After the preliminary hearing
.. : Senior Davis of Jacksonville; two Judge Yawn ruled that the evidence
were won by Mrs B. C. Holtzen- former missionary' to' Africa.Kingsley 4. & -i he purchased from F & J Ranch.He which includes 18' s, is '
stepsons, Josie Davis Glen St. produced by the complaining -
dort, Jr. and Mrs: J. L. Paircloth. doesn't expect! to have a: the 11th annual tour of this group. Flags To School;
Mr. and.Mrs.: Mack A. Sweat ofthe Mary, and Willie Cashmore Jacksonville witness was insufficient to
Seventeen guests attended this YWA champion steer this year but will Th 'pubi.ic is invited to attend.. Pass
state Farm the Resolution I I support a court case, and the case
announce 20 grandchildren and
delightful affair.Presbyterian. bear watching'next'se son. The Association of Bible Conferences -I ; ,
Honored At' BatitjUet engagement and ,approaching Tom England is, a junior'in, and Camps win also' be At its'' meeting here Tuesday nine great grand tJldren. was dismissed.WRGR .
marriage of their daughter Bob-
Men / ,< high school and'is in his second in attendance at Park-of-the- night. American Funeral services were held in '<
Post 56
bie Faye. to Lewis Roland Mc- Legion .
Lake YWA met
The Kingsley
year of Vocational .Agricult le.i. i Palms, during the week, in their voted' to purchase 20 American the New Congregational Methodist -
Have Supper Meeting; at the home of Mrs: Onar Jacobsenon Clellan, son of Mr. and Mrs Leslie He .owns a Black, Angus steer. 8th annual convention. This flags for presentation to class Church Sunday afternoon at First Birthday

Thursday, Feb. 13, and the _McClellan. ,of, Lawtey. purchased locally from- Felix'I meeting will attract conference rooms'at the'Starke school, which 2 o'clock with Rev. C. H. Rhoden

The First Presbyterian Men of members were honored'' with"banquet :a The wedding and reception will 6app.-; was'a little-, late gettinghis and'camp directors from ,all over dfr not' have flags' at'the and Rev. Jim Williams officiating. WRGR Starke's radio station,

the Church held their monthly given bythe WMU of the take placeFriday evening; ,Mar. steer, on feed, but is coming the-Eastern U., S. ,time. present Burial was in Taylor Cemeterywith celebrated its firSt year in opera

supper' meeting in the assembly church. Assisting-in serving on 14, at'- 8 o'clock at the Sweat along fine now* I' Key-McCabie Funeral Homeof tion' Monday, Feb. 24. Manager

hall cf the church' Wednesday this occasion were Mrs. Otto home.Noinvitationsate. The requirements entry in- A'resolutlon'was'passed asking! :
; Farm Bureau the Board of' County Commission: Jacksonville charge. Sam Zack extends to the people of
19 at '1 m. Siemer Sr.. Mrs! Opal BIshop,
evening. February p. being issued to the show this year are a' lot era to' I Active pallbearers'were Johnny Stark' much gratitude for their
A delicious chicken tetrazinni Mts. Elder, Mrs. 'Leonard Moore but all friends i and relatives of more. ,strict, than In previousyears. I And, Cattlemen- itor to'request displaythe courthouseJan- flag on' the- Shadd"; Arch Ellington) Lacy support in making this new bus!
. supper WES served by representatives Mrs: Alma Smith alid'MIS. H. H. thecouple are intited'to'attend.Presbyterian The animals must now
I To Meet Friday flag1 pole' on the- courthouse' Brown Noon Bur ley, Willie Carroll ness feel a part of the community.Z .
of the Women of the Mott. minimum of 700"pounds
weigh a ; ',
and Jim M Dan el-
grounds each day the also expressed thanks to an
Church., R. O. Paterson presidedover Following the, banquet ,a pro- .I Women and grade out U. SvGood. The during
donor who the
,A- jOint meeting;; of the, Farm proper'hours It was reported that anonymous sent
was given on "Doorpostsand meet
session. The gram
the business program local FFA'steers' these re- :
Gates." The' devotional was Collect Clothing Bureau and; Cattlemen's Assoc this is not being done consistentlyat Fuqua Home- Sold station a birthday cake.
"The Church: God's Ser ,quirements.. with
The station started a part.
Frank brought by Mrs. Marie Siemer. rnaking iation' will be held-in the Lions the present time. 10
vant" was' presented by The chapter ni mbers are StalnakersIn
For and as of Jan.
Orphanage Den Friday night at 7:30 o'clock. W; H. Graham and nership ownership,
Wolfred and Dr. S. P. Rowe.. Special guests on this occasionwere special drive this"year to : H: H: Rabb I
Chamberlin Gaines
Members present were urged to Rev. H. H.- Mott- and .hiS get local people to patronize the Supper will be served without\ Jr. were asked to continue their. recent property transfers' a 6 Rudolph of
The'First Presbyterian Women ville became the sole owner. Mr.
to"members1 and their efforts to
the district rally at Lake daughter. Anita.Garden market! sale day charge get local merchant to i
attend especially, on home in Pineheaven sold'
of the Churchheld their monthly guests, with i the Farmers Mutual display in front was by Zack says that the staff of WRGR
flags of their
March 9. : All taken, in
City on April 2. proceeds
meeting Tuesday. The'devotional Exchange of Gainesville as host. places of business on National Charles K. Fukua and wife Car- remained intact, with the additionof
Club Sets will be divided
The meeting was closed'with was presented by Mrs.,Carl Kirt- that day' among Zedra Hamilton officer of holidays. olyn to William Cecil ,and Mamie Charles Denton as program

the Lord's Prayer. The March Easter BazaarThe singer who challenged the groupto the participating chapters. I the Exchange, will have charge of Slides on the of : director.
Roland Stern chapter report.; growth Com Stalnaker. According to tax
held !
will be on -
: be missionaries through daily the program on the topic, "Know munism in Russia "We hope to become an even
March 19 at which time Dt. er.. says:. "This would' be very during past used the
living for Christ Jesus. stamps price was $7,500.
Starke Garden Club met Your Fertilizer. Lonnie Harley half century shown better citizen to our growing com
farm were Bill
beneficial school by
J. WI' Creighton' of WillIston will Monday evening at' the parish Mrs. Robert Chapman presided for our. would wIll be in charge of-preparing the Costello. Another sale was of the Hogan munity in 1958," Mr. Zack said.
and all the boys
"World MlasionstElementary program, I ,
speak on house Church street. over: the business sessi& Members :, Smith home tm W. Pratt St.. to
on for efforts in supper Due to the illness of Post Commander
reap' rewards -
'were urged to make planar to WANTED Clean Cotton Rags,
Mrs. Jessie Young president, : Members of both organizationsand
We'would like ; Guy Andrews, the meeting James Vernon Rowe and JoAnn
stead of just a few.
PTA attend the Group Conference of No Pants, No Shirts, Must'Be
the meeting, and their wives are invited to attend "
presided over
District for the farmers of our community was conducted by H. H. RabbJr. Smith Rowe at $10,000 accordingto Clean. Bradford Telegraph -
March Notice
OB was
: B. Beard the de this meeting
Mrs P. ;
BackToSchoolProgram gave our aid ., Vice Commander.
to aid us in efforts
was.voted"to hold given that the first shipment of tax stamps affixed. ;
votion. It a ,
hold back their saleable cattle
clothes to the had been
PlannedThe bazaar at Easter time. Miss Doro- orphanage the Funeral Monday '
sent,and-members'1 were, aketi'to until ,April>2.: We knew; that New Facility

Starke Elementary ''PTA have Ross and a Horticultural George Huggins Clinic plan on to bring' clothes for a.second shipment people of Bradford County) are For Mrs. Hines For Convalescents I Mary Carter Says:

to be made about'March 1. behind the agriculture program
will' meet' Tuesday, March 4, at '
14. I
March 1 or
7:30: 'pm; in'the elementary' care- Mrs. P. T. NoUn. prbgram Mrs. J.. O. Caidwell,reported on and our local boys." Mrs.: Elizabeth Osteen Hines, Wi Open HereA PAINT NOW FOR HALF PRICE

torium. The program will have a chairman, presented Miss Dorothy the planning session held in'Pa- 84) died'Saturday at the, home of

"B .ck to School" theme and each Ross, who showed slides on plant latka. A. Welles Stump, her daughter, Mrs Alice Starling, convalescent hospital will be : only 4.98 per gal. 2ND EVERY FREE
Refreshments served to in Graham._ She born in Bell opened in 'the
parent will go directly to his propagation'and leaf' cuttings. were Prominent Democrat was old hospital build up' GAL.
child's room for a classroom tour. The hostesses served a dessert the members present by Mrs. K. on Feb. 9, 1874.Surviving ing on Madison St. on, or around I

... The parents will be'given chanceto course during'.the social hour. G. Duncan and Mrs. J. G. Cald- Diet fh'1 News'York are five; daughters', March 1, by Mr. and Mrs: H. K. MARY CARTER' PAINT STORE

see the work being done by well. t 'A': .. nine >sons one, brother, three sisters :Tyus. Alterations have been made ![ ** *

their children, and also talk with Senior MYF Enjoys If? WeDei Stump, 84, prominent 38.- grandchildren, and 42greatgrandctiidren. and1' when' the' plumbing changesare 501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, FR 6-7588

the teachers. Rotarians Hear N w- York': lawyer' and former Besides Mrs. completed the home will begin '-
Cook-out, HayrideThe CoMmlssioner of'Records' of New Starling, others of her children 'taking' patients. I I -- -
After the tour, refreshments
Of Florida '
Queen York".County..,died: Sunday in'St .living-in. this county are Willia'rd! "We will take patients need- .
Will be served in the cafetorium. : 'I
senior MYF of the Metho- Products Festival Vmce lt'J' Hospital., New York Hines of C Graham, and Robbie ing other than': regular hospital

dist church'met at the parsonage cIt*; alter: long..1I1 i Ss. He _was Hines Hampton.. care and expect to have about

Junior Club Group Saturday evening where they i 'Beauty and brains were combined aMnrother:' % of'Fred P*. Stump? of Funera) .services were held at ten to begin with," Mrs. Tyus TOWN FINANCE COMPANY

To Hear* Judge YawnThe enjoyed a hamburger fry followed I. at the Rotary Club Wednesday Stark 7 3 pjn.. Monday- in Mount Horab said. -
bY"t a hayride party chaperoned when Miss Pat Dunn; .I.Oni;active hi Democratic poItlc. Baptist chur t' near Fort White, Mr. ''Tyus is the anaesthetistat
114 West Call St. Phone 544
Junior Woman's Club will by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Firth. I Queen of the 1958 Festival of s- Mr, S.tumpf'had serve Following the ride the group Tazth an' .Law Committee: and and Mrs. Tyus; a' graduate nurse
meet Monday night. March 3, at Florida Products, spoke on this ; Home in charge,of arrangements.
8 o'clock in the club house. returned to" the parsonage to annual event designed to make was' a'nieDib t of' the' Tamawa Burial was in the church ceme- from the Florida State' Hospital Now Making,

roast marshmallows. the entire Nation, as wet as CI ii 6: rie" was' Commissioner ef tery. at'Chattoochee, has been employed .
Mrs. Mack S. Futch. public affairs Floridians themselves more conscious R cords' fro ii 1928"to" 1945. when ,with Dr.C. J. Houpt the old LOANS TO ALL PERSONS
chain*"*". will be in charge
the aboUshed. Before Maternity Hospital and the Brad-
have Slumber Party of things grown and produced p6sitlorftwaS Four Minor Fires ,Without
of'the program, and will stat thai, he'had'Served aS an assistant ford County Hospital. Regularly Employed Co-Signers

County Judge T. A. Yawn as Honors Miss BatesA Miss in Dunn the said Sunshine'that millions. of district attorney and as- Keep Truck Busy Originally from West Florida
guest speaker dollars are sent out of Florida sistant'corporation, counsel. He the Tyus family have lived in LOANS FOR ALL NEEDS
Hostesses during the social hour surprise slumber party'lnhonor' hi'd'also"served"as":counsel to theN Grass1 '
I each that could be kept at and woods fires have kept Starke for the last 15 years. They
year $25.00 TO $600.00
will be Mrs. George Shuford, of Miss Barbara Bates on w 'york' state, Tax"Cbnflnission
I home if Floridians were more the Fire Department busy this have two sons, Kenneth, a' student -
chairman. Mrs. Drew Reddish, her 17th birthd y- was the familiar'with the more than 8,000 and the' State Superintendent of week. Last Friday the firemen at Florida Southern College

Mrs. Harold K. Norman Mrs. D. home of Miss Susan Waite of items in the state. S hks. ,. were called to Memorial Field to and Harold who attends Brad- LOANS OF ALL TYPES
R Eubanks. Mrs John Strickland. Brooker. The party was given by BorW: 1 In-Charleston'; iv; Va., Mi. ford
Miss Dunn's talk put out a fire in a small equipment High. Personal Furniture Auto Real Estate
Following ; ,
Mrs. Robert Firth, and Mrs. Don IV of Barbara's classmates. Stumpgraduated from the Char
Harry H. Rabb Jr., Rotary .pro-* shed on. the grounds. Prior ,to 1948 they owned and I
Neel. Refreshments were'served anda tesf n M le- Academy: and went
large birthday cake 'cnt. The gram chairman, presented the at- .. Satutday'aft rno n the Snow operated 'the' Tyus Dry Goods LOANS FOR' ALL, GOOD PURPOSES
brunette to New ,York in 189() He was a Chevrolet put in a call for help store
tractive with
:kWSCS Notice girls presented the honoree with a number items produced Queen locally a stenographer and: clerk in a !lawoffice' when a grove-type heater smoked Consolidate Bills, Reduce Payments, Medical. Taxes,
from the
gift group. there'whUe.. studying at the
including a set'of hand-earved the place up. IndependentsWin Refinancing, Emergencies, Etc.
Circle 1 of the Methodist WOOS New York University'! law'school Sunday and Monday brought
and necklace' fashionedby
wifl meet Tuesday morning'at 10 Recent BirthsMr. earrings at night. He was admitted to the Game 70.56
Robert Hall Plastics. SM ,was mote grass'fir.esj; the, first on Cypress ; LOANS TO
o'clock at the home of Mrs. Clyde bar in 1897.Besides : St. antf'the SUIT BUDGETSSmall
Monday morn
also a Starke Centennial Lose Two
Sinclair with Mrs. W. S. Slade as and Mrs. Bobby flicks of historical given book, blue jeans produced is brother in Starke, ing fire on Georgia ,St. off Temple PlayersThe Monthly Payments Up'To 24 Months
Mr. is' survived by his
co-hostess. Orlando announce the birth of a Stump Ave.
son, Saturday Feb. 22.:Mrs. Rkks by Big Dad' Manufacturing widow, Rose; three daughters; Starke Independents wona ,
meet Monday
Circleiwin Ce. and- souvenir. There was no dam ge to"build: LOANS
"- from BradfordFurniture" and two sisters- fast moving game from Prudential ARE OUR BUSINESS
afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home is the former Dbnnie Lee; Mffler
ings any of the blazes with
K,, of Starke. : Co. Life Insurance Co. of We're Here To Serve Y "i Regardless of Who You Owe
of Mrs. E. Ferryman. i i the exception of, the shed at the Jacksonville last Saturday nightby I ,

Circle 3 will meet. Monday at Dr. Hbupt Attends football'fldd'which'was' of minor a score of 70-56. The ..
UDCToMeet game
3 o'clock In the Methodist Fellow- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Prescott; of 'Clinical AssemblyDr. cost. was played in,the.Starke gym. See Us For Prompt Efficient and Courteous Service For
Moniac. Ga. announce the birth
Olin White. All Your
with Mrs. Money Needs
ship, Hall of a daughter bornFeb. 24 at the "The: W. T. Week's Chapter. U. The local had three men in -
0 Sr: as hostess. Bradford Count Hospital.; D. a..wm'meet'WedneSdaY'afternoon Calvin J.',Hfiupt has jusf returned CARD, OF THANKS the double figures" with' Gleif ,

-- Mar. 5, at 3 o'clock at the frbhi" 'PEladelphia Pa. We want to thank all of our Reddish in top 'scoring'' position TOWN FINANCE

home of Mrs. E. K. Perryman where he attended the first Clinical neighbors and friends for the kind with 20 points. Fra k'Dryden accounted COMPANY .

r with Mrs. O. L. Haynes. Sr. as Assembly of the International words and sympathy offered us I for 18, and Paul Rivers

iiiw Ii co-hostess. College of Osteopathic Surgeons! during the illness and recent :scored 11. High man for Prudential AT STARKE

I Dr. Houpt is a graduate ot the death, ourhusband"and father, Woods '
I ,was with 18 points: (Across Sreet Ffoin Men's Dept. Store)
I Woman's:Club Des Moines Still College of Osteopathy Charlie Davii: .Also" for the food Starke was trailing-- at the end

and'sUrgery;: He U affiliated and beautiful, flowers. Mrs. I of' the first quarter;, 19-22, but 144 W. Call St. Phone 544

SUN., MON.,TUBS. Executive BoardThe with Doctors Hospital, Starke; Charlie Datf and.d1ildresr. :picked it up In the second quart;

March 2, 3, 4 Doctors Hospital, Jacksonville ; L- '. .
DOUBLE FEATURE executive' boaJc at the and'Orffiond Beach Hospital Or- --

Time Limit, Starke Wom b.'s' Club 'win meet DioneI'B a' h. He is a member of --

Wednesday, afternoon Mar. 5, at the American Osteopathic Association -
4 With Richard
Medical Association the American
:Kid' Watch: out for St. Mark's Plans Academy-of Osfeopathic Surgeons

With Rory CaJboun and the American College of General Chcking tCCOuts
Also Cartoon other diiv&s Lenten*SupperSt. Practitioners. #"

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WeL-Thur.-Mar. 5, 6 .- Mark's. Episcopal church Bill-paying at the first of the month is just a matter of
They may not be ft*experienced 'BuildingPermit ,
wuT have' a" Lenten" coveiRT: dlstr I
,DOUBLE FEATURE 'of:aVckfef ufas yd,' supper at'''the' Parish House Fit Total minutes when you use a Florida Bank Checking account.

Enemy, From Space are. And' ifVourea7realJy' day evenlI g' at fr:30 o'clock. $51,625 -. : Yon

With Brian Donndy careful drittt; yotfllSWnl! The 'sapper wiH be- followed bya Since January 1 : write-'em seal fcm and maiT'em!.

AND to be' sure, that you have, study class conducted Rev. R. ", p'j- 4/r Theft" is-na'nmf to run all over, town to pay your bills.
THe Living IdolEs the right1 kind of'pWUttk > E. MacBlain" AccordingW records "of bUilding _._ ezg: '
permits'granted the : S Save time'
by City and steps with a Florida Bank Checking account.
wtthtaveFOrTeN' > against driving rIsk 'of' sine' .
SodaLClubNotice' Stark January, there : E .
Also Cartoon_ and enotrglrofrC: I is'a'total'of J51.625 Mn1nvested ? Open your checking,account at the Florida Bank. at Starke

on us for a car insurance: ,' in town for buildmga additions .
FrL, Sat. Martin' 8 I The Etirke Social Club will new today!
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ehe k.up. and'remodeUhg.Three ,"
,BIG 'DOUBLE FEATURE meet Thursday night. March 6. : _
in the'PresbyterianAssembly Han new reaideaces accountfor .. jf:,
'Man Without A Star. at '7:30 o'clock. J19.500; remodeling, ?4, .25; C : FtOR
H. C. Wall I'D
With; Kirk' Douglas 'and Jeanne Agency additions, $5,500; and business Save steps A-n.k
Grain : Altar SocietySt. buildings" including one' service. at StarkePAom '

:ANDJuilHouse'. PhODi1H station .$22,100 t 'E
use I a Florida 1. ,
Rock -200'B. Can'StrtHSUrket Edward", Attar..Sode tj<.'will The'' Gulf Service station now f
meet Tuesday evening at 8 o'clockin being: constructed"on tte'corner of Bank !
With Elvis Presley Fit thePaxishiHalL. All.members .Temple.. Ar_._, _and..- _-Brownlee'- Rd. ,
Ckrtooif amrSerW.. :: "- .. ,
are-asked to attend. 'WU-recorded-u g2t6L' -r. MuHL -. --' ,
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:'I'Irons.,. FEBRTTABY 27 -1958 BRADFO&O'COT .TY:TELEGRAM. ,' STAEKE,-FLORID.CIN : &';i :-rT1 ,.

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-' -.A-I---"' -i.. -.i .. ..q P Mr., and Mrs u-David Reid and I .:'- J guests! ;Mr"a Mrs::Rudy Hig-1 j- :'"ior" "i1 l'an, 'd.*,. ;t'tf. ,-

'.., son" of Jacksonville'spent Conner fvty.j i Johns RecallsContribution! iiiiflIGHT POINT : V. Knight .Attorti-y for Ad-
: Sunday ginbotham on Sunday. --CaU'I1. \
I with her p3enfrl. Mr. and Mrs.D. "'"We regrct'that'Miss. June e.iligginbotham : : nay you write. Conic; in .t uolicatiou. Ktluuary ;27.!
Be. Candidate. No $3OOOi led' your favorite :/:.i it ;: *u
W.. Carpenter, and'' sister, Mrs. fell at hjr home Mon -

Dolph Reddish and children7 the day night and b'foke her'arm in Fountain Pen. roBlljr' .....c... Ceert Of

Carpenter cottage' on Santa Fe i [Continued from Page 11 two places. She spent Monday (:Cuaaljr Florida.. ,'
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I. Pntkmlt .
I The Cutr Judft't ( '
night in Jacksonville with her '
THE NEWS from; Doyle Conner of 'starke, a r [Continued 'from':rPage 11 'I Bradford C w.t,. Florida.IB :: E&tatc. of
: Mrs. Charlie Coweh and chil- sister, "Mrs'Paul l Garrett "to ,be I'rel\'e JOhN TVHELAX. also
past' ipe ker of the. House of IV HK: Kstat.of EDWARD a. EDWARD J. '.WHELAX,
visited the doctor. MrsGarrett
dren near r
Louise *
'Douglas ,
band would have supported him.t. .
___I--- _. _________ Representatives., Conner while he WHELA.V.: also known as
L --- -... Jacksonville oh brought home-Tuesday morning. NOTUE OF PKOBATK
---- 'Saturday. >
> Deceased.
--------- iD The Herald AKl.J. WUELAX.
t. ; reported a
has'made' I'' } that ,
no formal 'announce- PERSONS INTERESTED
_ Randall bavis, Ervan, CoVing. Attending the'Florida Mrs. M.: H.Colley'-: ned last check of the Johns campaign contributors -I r>OTIC-E"'TO (CRKUITORS 'ESTATE OF SAID DE.
Baptist ment, is hot missing All creditors of
any' oppor- 'Mr. and Mrs. J. C., Higginbotham the estate of .
ton and Lamar Shaw of South Sunday School convention in week from two, weeks"'visit*' taWasningtbn tunity to tell friends that he' is and family spent Saturday ,I in Tallahassee had failed ward John .\Vhelan. deceased,John"i 'are: hereby notified'that a

Georgia College were home for 'D' c where she at ; to turn up any mention of. a hpreby'notified' and' instrument purporting to be
Tampa on Monday were Mrs. H. in. 'the race. night SyitH Mr.- and Mrs. Buford'Higginbotham' \ file' any claims or demands
the weekend. G. tended the wedding of her daughter White ide contribution. Nor was 'they may have against -said :! WiU' and Testament saul
Bellinger Mrs. EweU Lawson, Conner was out of the admitted
: I has been to pro
'}frs. :Mittie Hilliard of Pompano! Mrs.-Jack Hahn, Mrs. M. L. Law- Miss Shirley Colley to, How city and not available for coma "Mr5 and'.Mrsu Randolph CrosbY I'I there any- reccrd of a $30,000 do-r In Bradford the office County of, the,' Florida.County in this Court. You* aretier*by
ard Salzman on Feb. 15.:: nation. Florida election laws within six j calendar
Beach and put !
,Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kitten cuuitlivuse at ttaikei }Florida
ion Mrs. J. W. Furlong and Mrs. ment, his .wite, quipped : .
} visited -with 'Mr.-and Mrs; Buford j in eight calendar months from the date of the first
Mrs. 'Mrs.
Wasdin of,Waldo last Edward Burns, J. E. I ; a $1,000. ceiling on ,
were Friday W' E. Lawson. .when questioned "Well, I'm" surprised Higginbotham Sunday afternoon. date of the first "publication of of this notice to 4pi ear
evening' Wilson and Mrs. Ruby Johns were_ tributions by individuals: notice. Bach claim demand Court aid"show:; cause, if any,
dinner guests of Mrs. Mrs. D. J. Clark of Tampa spent 1 that he has ''been telling ''MisS Ann Motes"of Bryceville or in ad
'" visiting Mr. and Mrs. Morgan D'arbj I ,George W. Dankelake, a Jack- be In writing and must state the acton ('f this Court
Nita, Dyal.' the weekend. with' Mrs:'C-U.: 'Williams friends when he hasn't evefl told was 'an overnight guest of Miss place oc; residence' aud post said Will to" probate" ,l hould
"' Mrs. E.: J. Dowling and Mrs. -and" Mrs.' 'I'Henrietta Hunt.Thejr -. in St. Augustine, on Sunday.- me yet." Jo" Ann 'parrish' last Saturdar sonville certified .accountant wha''serv address 'of the claimant" and unre\bktd.
Gene Mr. and Mrs. Don -'as"state :treasurer for thcj ]be sworn to by the claimant Publication February. 2 1.
Champion I
l'lg visited Mr. Dowling in spent Tuesday Ocala with C. H. Race, a Winter Haven night: agent or his'attorney, or It
the Lake City Veterans Hospitalon entertained, a Pinochle;>> party citrus grower once 'con : Johns campaign, told the Herald ,come void according to law. COUnT SEAL
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Clark. who was Mrsl: O. J. Rafuse and 'children, :\ JUDGE'S
:. Saturday evening. that he would "swear under oath"that / :/ EVELYN E. WHELAX, THEROX A. YAWN,
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Powell returned nected with the State Department MiSS Verdi e Harris and Dickey '
neither Whiteside 8111"one Administratrix with Will COUXTY JUDCK..
Mrs. Maxie"Carter Sr. nor ; ,,,
last : I '
to their home spent of Agriculture, is the first avowed visitors' in Jacksonville ed of ,the Estate of 413126'DARKSDALE'S'
Clyde :Moselejr is confined' in In Newton, Ka Tis' were 'else he Edward -!-
that knows of contributed -
Friday night'wftJher' sister, }.{'rs. Commissioner ( ,
Ule"Bradford County Hospital as N. C, on Tuesday after ten days candidate. '" for'the', C. Monday. $30,000.

as'result of Injuries received froma visit with Mrs.--J. "H. Fields and d "W. Buff, in' Jacksonville.Mrs. post.,, He 'ha& already notified the Mr. and'Mrs. Don Eichelsor and I "But in
big political campaign -
falling tree while working in AIr: arid Mrs. C. J. Powell. Sophie Earle of/ Hartford.Conn Secretary ot"tateot'[ ..,his :intention son"of, Jacksonville, Visited in Max there any is lots 1 of stuff that \ i

spent's days last., to run and. has' named his with Mr;'and Mrs.H'L..Browmng'and I
the woods on Monday. Mrs. J. R. Kite and Mrs. Ruth ville Tuesday
Bunder the table' which is
week with 'Mrs. M. "P. Brown. treasurer i ana goes i
campaign .I .
'Mr. and Mrs.F.
Mrs. J.: F. Locke and children Carlisle_ were in Ocala on Sunday not known about." Dandelake
The'Harry Mootys have had as Florida law 'req ires 'that this be
B. ,Coleman and family. Mr.
and.Mrs. Grace Thomas of Palat- they attended the, funeral added: I
of : Ai: visitors Miss Beryl Holland of done as soon as"official announcement Eichelsor' returned:'Monday fromnine'months'sea ,
kjj'were\ Saturday visitors of Rev. Airs. S. Burgess. I He Said he had no recollection
Gainesville on Saturday and Walter is made.
with the
and Mrs.. W: S. McAliley. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faulknerct duty of Whiteside making any contribution -
S. Vanderlip of 'Decatur, Ga. Others being "mentioned as Nav ". j
Mrt and :Mrs. T,' H. Slade Sr. Jacksonville were Sunday evening United States to the Johns campaignfund. 00
and Darthel are'L' K. Edwards 1 00
Stone-of Jacksonvilleon possible'candidates "Mr.andTkfrs. Marvin Simpson of
visitors of Mr. and Mis. Paul
and family plan to move into their .
home on East Call street this Faulkner. Monday. 'M ricn' County legislator, Jacksonville were guests of Mr. tJ U N I 101
Attending the. Service' and Richard ,.Simpspn of Montij
Wesleyan and, Mrs. H. L.'Broning.Sat: -
weekend., Mrs. J. H. Fields, Mr. and Mrs. ,
: Guild district meeting in Pal- cello, a tormer'Speaker"ot the day .afternoon ,
'Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Moore and George Powell, and C. J. Powell chairman.. K. Wainwright.
atka on Sunday were Mrs. R.: S. House and Road Board Baby Strunk I

sons_ of. Williston and Mrs. T. F.EIop spent! last Wednesday to Saturdayat Mullins, Mrs. J. T. Gruis, ''Mrs. C. Simpson has been quoted'.as say; ; Mr. and Mrs.,.G. C..Strunk announce 9th Grade 1 "
Merritt Island with Mr. and I Frank Beebe, Linda Cox, Margaret -
ot Hampton were, visiting D. Williams Mrs. Paul'Bridges, ing that he has decided igainstmaking' the arrival of a baby SIMPLEAPPROACH
'Mzs; D. W Moore on Sunday, Mrs. Harold Ford. and" the however. I Douglas; Linda Hildebran I ( '.. .
Mrs. W. L. Blair Mrs: Ed race daughter born Sunday in the Ed ,
'Mr. 'and Mrs. W. W. Sellers of I I Brenda Hinscn. Thomas Judd.
Larry Moore? t is,on furlough{ before Simpson. Frazier."'Hospital in Macclenx ". !],1 I

going to Korea. Burlington, N. C. were overnight Wesley Andrews is getting -! T TT!! TT T T The young lady weighed 6 lbs;; 14. Dave Long, Charles MCLeod. ? 4'-; ,
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guests Sunday:! of Mr.: and ''Mrs. Dewey McKinney Teresa Mar- -
'!Mr and.<< Mrs;. Drew Reddish and along nicely at'home after spend oz. and was 'given' the name of ,, .
Claude Crowson. uca, Sara Osbcrne, Betty Sal- '
family spent the weekend in Oxford ing three days last week in 'the MAXV'ILLEBJ Bertha Elizabeth. Strunk isj 1'i DRAMATIC
'Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Lee and sons I mcn Tom Smith, Geraldine yl1 i '
and jVildwood.. Little Tommy Bradford County. HospitaL stationed with,the., U. S. Navy at '
were visiting Mr. and Mrs.. W. E. Varnes, Carolyn Vickers, 'Terry
: developed chicken pox while\ Lee and family in Jacksonville on Mr. and Mrs. X.' M. Smith have Mrs. G. B. NolanTTYYYTTTTTTTTfYYTYYT Cecil Field and the Stumps are Wallace, Kay Hart. \ DEPARTURE

t.lteI.ere.: there; and they, had to had as visitors, Mr. and Mrs: making their home in Maxville. I 1 .. --'

cut their trip short. Saturday. Hayden T. Smith and daughter'of -. .- -; Mr.and Mrs. 'Archie Levins of 8th Grade -
A2/C Floyd R. Crosby Jr. of Barbara Blankenship, Carolyn
Mrs. Irene Johns of Green Maxvffle Churchwill Pensacola spent 'the'weekend here ,
Lite"Oak"on Sunday and Mr: and The' Baptist -
i j Shaw AFB: S. C. spent the week- Pelham Sandra Solano, Donna ,
Cove Springs was the overnight Mr. and Mrs. Coy Cheshire of have the honor Sunday with their' son' and 'daughter-in-

guest Monday of Mr. and "Mrs.L end with his parents. Pompano Beach on Monday. morning March 2 of having th.e .law. .Mr, a1lq; Mrs. Mien: Levins.Mr Trawick Betty 'LoU Wainwright.7th .

D. Green.Mrs Mrs. R. E. Mundorff has returned Titus Olson and Billy Noegel 13 year old 'Braddock'', boy' from .and Mrs, Arlene Levins are Grade-
: Ovid Lewis called to the Colonial Florist shop are' in Miami on business from CaUanan preach at 'the'morn ng planning to, spend next weekend Edythe Armstrong. Patricia L. t -
Tchulla after being confined' with- illness- Wednesday to Friday. services.' The public' invited, to Century, ;; Fla': 'with Mrs. Levins. yBrian, Patsy Forsythei; Har- '4 ., .
on Tuesday by the
Goodman Jack McComb
the past two months.Dr. i. G. riett ,
Mr. and Mrs. J.
serious illness] of her mother; Mrs. Mr.'and'Mrs. J. J. Moore and attend these services: parents, : ; '
James 'Wells LynnThite..
C. J. Houpt was in Phila- '
Hobbs: '
James BedwelL Her children of Waycross Ga were Mrs. r.; H. Edwards has been .A '
: daughter, delphia, Pa. over the weekend Mr.and Mrs. Ernest Wellhausen 1'
Sunday her home here and
her. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. seriously ill'at ,
Ifaye;., accompanied where he attended th Clinical Assembly 'week. We" t.I
are 'both ill this hope
Paul Raymond.Mr. we wish her a, speedY recovery, A CASE RECORD ,
of the International Col- and Mrs, M. H. Lang spent Mr. and Mrs. C;'B; Nplari and they' will soon, be well. 'v"a "

lege of Osteopathic Surgeons.Mrs. Miami d"Bobby.spent' Sat 'Friends of Mrs. Sarah Jane '
last week in where Mr.. : sons, Billy a I FROM: ACHIROPRACTOR'S
C.. H. Register confined Lang underwent observation at urday and Sunday in Palatkk anc Griffis" will regret to learn that : : .

FLORIDATHEATRE to bed. with'asthma at the home Jackson Memorial Hospital.. They I Hastings visiting with, ; relatives. she. has been' ill'again."The FILE .

of her daughter, Mrs.,H. A. Law- will return to Miami Saturday'I While' therejthejr also Visited with Maxville Civic Club will ". t

I again'ori March 7 at 7:30 CASE R 158
SOIL when Mr Lang will.undergo. surgery .-, Miss Debbie'Phillips and Mr; and meet : p.m.

'Tommy Haines was home for on Mar. 5. Mrs.: SiD, eon: Phillips", and daugb-, ::All- members" are'Urged- 'to at- '

the weekend from Southern College Mr.and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthywere ter.. tend. A farmer suffered for weeks 'J : .

Lakeland. in Winter Park Sunday visiting 'Gene Johnson of .Jacksonvillewas 'Misses Evelyn Coleman and 'with a,condition' unonly knownas I' .//Advancing' ', A Air
I. A H I '
Harold Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. 'J. T. NasworthY visiting with friends here. in Norxn Jean Carter gave a surprise neuritis and- bursitis. Becauseof ; t t sheath
\i4l that
< birthday 'party Friday nightin the stiffness in ,his neck and j simple
MAR. Carl Lamar Johns attended the Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perryman Maxville, Saturday. 'J
SAT., 1 ONLY Wilkinson, honor of Miss Jewel North. pain in his arms and shoulders r '
Globe In 'Mr and Mrs. C E.
Trotters basketball game in spent Monday and Tuesday, : i s line
DOUBLE FEATURE Fred Games were played throughout he could net rest atnight. Duringthe I ; copies you,
Jacksonville Tuesday evening.Mr. Jacksonville, on business. Jr. visited with Mr. and !Mrs. ; .* 4

and Mrs. E. H. Smith have Mrs.: Bertha Pearce. Mrs. T. J. Lang in'Cla Hill Saturday,night the "evening and refreshmentswere day it was impossible to be for line. Leaving:

; Valdost and' 'Mrs: will be in served to about 50 guests.HONOR comfortable in any position. ;' .
moved into their new home on Ed- Thomas of Ga. Mr. FriendS of 'I : : 'j ,

ward's loop. Mr. Smith who has and Mrs. S., M. Simmons of terested to know that 'she 'Wai \ .r- This'man was' examined by a t bloused back

I I been quite ill Inthe Bradford Chester.; .Va, wiir1 :Mar. for" taken to' the' Ba'ptist""Memorial'HoSpital ROLL chiropractor who found"a nerve > ,'.-, .*,,(. ,
ten visit to in: Jacksonville Saturdaymorning" F \3l panel that buttons
Count Hospital was dischargedon days and pleasure trip pressure in, the neck was causingthe !I ,
Fort Lauderdale West and but did not have to stay.
Key ,
but is'still confined
Sunday :to
Following is the Honor Roll for trouble: The pressure was fashion
she will soon be well. yoke .
cub We hope ,
bed. ;s
removed 'and the '
the third Six-Week Period at patient again

__.... a'-....-...... I .... The Douglas, Eldon and Charles Mr. and Mrs. B, L. Moxley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs: Bob Nolan and Bradford High School: enjoys goad health.ChIropractic '. "* In:front.

Hardy families "were in Gaines- and .family,spent'the weekend in son, Robert of.Seville visited with .. ,

AND vile Sunday to help Mrs. Charles Midville, Ga. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hattie Nolan and family. 12TII GradeVirgmla has restored healthin Unen-like

Hardy 'Sr. celebrate her birthday Mrs. Mcxley, Sr. They were accompanied Monday evening. Darby Betty Farkas, many so called "incurable ... rayon-,
Mrs. Gerry 'Gibson, Pat Hobbs- Mark conditions..;" -
anniversary. Moxley'smother Little Master Carl Brown, son ,Moore Charles Osborne Mary .. sizes 7-15.
Mrs. O. C, Netherland' '
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, George Brown
of Mr. and Mrs. Starling Bobbie Faye Sweat; For further information on
who returned to her home hi
Mrs. C. L. Dinkins and Mrs. I has been quite 'ill with a severe problem cases -
Waynesboro, Ga. after. two weeks lIT!! Grade .
Lloyd Green were in Jacksonvilleon cold for'the past'few.'weeks..

business last Thursday.', visit here. Jacquelin Joyner has been ill Barabara Bates Jean Dugger, Phone or write The $8.5

Mrs. Walter Brown and son of of Terry Futch.John Green, Terrell
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arnold and and had to miss quite' a bit
Brazil, Ind. visiting TiSgt.! Green Dr. ",
daughter Jackie, attended the are school lately. Jim Hobbs Helen Kelly, H. G. BellingerCHIROPRACTIC
and Jack Clement until her husband Judy Kelly, Bubba LaMee, Bren-
boat show in Miami over the Friends of Mrs. Arnold Harper,
l arrives in Jacksonville aboard da Martin/ 'Overstreet '
; Maurice OFFICES
weekend.C. who has been a patient in the St. OTHER DORIS DOBSON

G. Barksdale entered the the SS Roosevelt. Vincent's Hospital for several Mara Ann Payne, Franklin. 728 E. University Ave. JUNIOUS FKOM $ ..93BARKSDALrS
Those from out-of-town,, attend- Rit h. -
Baptist Memorial Hospital last weeks-"now, 'will' be glad to know

Wednesday for a checkup. VisitIng ing the funeral Monday morningof that she will soon: be able to come 10th Grade Gainesville Phone 6-3238
C. A. Halverson at the Crosby
him on Sunday were Mrs. home. Patricia Anderson; Dary Clover-

'J REGAlCOPE PICTURE Barksdale, Mrs. Lula Mott and Lake cemetery were his sister, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Griffin and settle, Patsy Cogdill, Kathleen S.

......rd.:4 Pit -;16a.d i 20tII c.w-Ita Mrs.Ann O'Brien of Fort Lauderdale John Dodd Linda
; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale Miss Mary Wilkesf and her ,Conway; Gayle 426 N. Walnut StreetS
and Boise Idaho,, and a,, last ,weekend Green, 'William" Jacks Frieda
and family. M: L. Wilkes' spent n,
Plus "Bone Ranger" Cartoon brother, 'Fred E. Halverson of arke ,
Kimhle 1'iione /
;ltlr. and Mrs. Walter Stanley of visiting with :Mrs.Griffis' Judy' Lesawyeri Virginia "
n and ,Chapter No. 11 Serial 'Chicago HI.Confined arid Parrish, Flora Sara1 % .
Gainesville have rented the houseat brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Slade, Jo After 6 P.31. STARK, FLORIDA
: \ this week with chicken by appointment
1314 Blanding'street, Saratoga I arid :Mrs., Henry Guthrie and family' SpowGiziger' Thornton; Mary
'pox"are Jan Thompson _
t SUN., MON.\ TUES. in Orlando. ,
Heights. formerly occupied, by. Evelyn Sinclair. Confined with
: or ,
!March, 3, 4 Ray, Taylors! measles are Jimmy' Hobbs and Charlie Hilliard Starke visit- -

E.G 1f-
ed with Mr. and Mrs..H. '
J. b: Doyle has been ,quite ill Elissa Stefanelli. -

at home the past week with chicken fis and Mary Wilkes, last Monday;
'Mrs. Steve Weldon had as '
Friends of Mrs. .Marie Tykle LEHI PORTLAND

pox. 1 I weekend guests' her children, Mr. will regret to learn that her condition Iz

1I and, Mrs. C. M. Patrick and son Frazier
is critical in the Ed
I of Sneads/ Mr. and Mrs. Steve -
Hospital in Macclenny*,
Eg] MR.
Weldon and Jimmy" Weldon 'of
,9 Mrs. ''Fannie Griffishad as her ... ,
Jacksonville and Billy Weldon of Rev: .ii. :
.. & guests for Sunday dinner.
Merchant Marines, Marcus Hook, "
and Mrs., W;> O.- Mathis and
Special, This Week! Pa.. It' trie, 'first tIme'1n two and :Mrs. GuY' Frigo and familyof "so '
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,f Rock years that the whole family were and Mr.:and MrS:
4 8. Sheet Jacksonville
'llf \f': x together at the same'time. family.A
.; '\t t $1.60 Per Sheet, C sP.UJLlll W. h?. Goethe, Jr. of Jacksonville Henry- Convention will be

cot.o1wotwx. was ,a'Saturday visitor of 2
held Sunday afternoon, March ,

.. ..... Mr. and Mrs.'Herbert Thom s. from two o'clockJuntU four o'clockat
". Mr. and' Mrs. Carl Roberts, Holiness l lII
"of. .1 the Congregational
Plus': "Shove! Thy Neighbor"Cartoon ] Curtis Roberts' and :Mrs. J.' at J. Church at Maxville' for all, 'denominations'
Holland spent the weekend invited
._. and the public is -
;_ Daytona Beach visiting Mr.' and II
'to attend. III
ADMISSION\ FOR THIS Mrs. E. C.: Roberts. ;_ '
t\ and -hr ,. I
Padgett .
Mrs., .. ,.
of Dist.rict -: ', -- -' ,
SHOW IS. L. Attending Junior Da -
J :. X Joe'an4' Alra have all beensjck'agafnth1S' '-4 -' ..
4 of the Florida Federated ',

Adults, Matinee 75c .Woman's Clubs in Jacksonville on Daisjf-Padgettjand past week.daughter .. CASH WAREHOUSE PRICE NO LIMIT
C *iJB4 Wednesday' Mrs. Stanley Mrs "T --

Adults, Evening ,- 90c ,---Bonnie- and Miss jGloria Can ;: r t. \ ,. .nyI": '" "lT .
Noegel, Mrs. John Torode, Mrs. last .
Children All Day 25c J. D. Warren, :Mrs. R. B. CawfD non, were visitors, in Starke ; '

&"and 'Mrs. is:" E.'shfun n. Saturday. .- :

ATTENTION ! Mrs. William Deverill of Noro-! sonville Mrs Sally spent McLendon last Saturday of Jack-night -T: i H" F.RE3H $1 27.siq .

ton Heights Conn., and M 's. : Ernest Wellhauseirand ; I : ,." ,.,,1 ': .
This Picture has been Nominated with Mr'. -and Mrs. ; r ,
George McKendry. of Rowaytpn: .. .. ,
family. r.J',: ... : "' t .
for Nine'Academy Conn. arrived to feperiii I \ ,
,, today
Blackwell of ". .
Red 1- 'rv'
Mr and-Mrs. .A
Awards; Several weekS"with their sister -
and Mrs.. Shirley'): La- ;; : :
Macclenny : : : .
Mrs. V. S. St. John, and family. weresupper .. : '. .,:,,
Thur. Mr. and Mjrs"' !Henry Stefanelli i Groye. of''StoningtonConn,' ,4 7a rib.. ** ,, J,.-
a.Mar.. 5; 6 'w-y [
Wed ,. ? guests of Mr. and Mrs: :<" ,':\,.-".
T i *) wait to and daughter, Elfesa, were 'fa : PER BAG
"Lady' .,can tIafurnfw.rLet you arrang Jacksonville 'Sunday visiting] Leslie Sweat ,Monday night. ,liti"bt.r.", .; ':*:<: *r' itl. 't, I ,' :r !'
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P.arnounI...... relatives.I'' : 'Mr.-and ,, is. Leslie" Sweat,: and .. : ; -, '
ANNA MAGt4ANI I Us Finance Your rends t :Mrs.. Paul Hutchinsand family visited" in Starke-' Monday; 1 : : : : .

i-v-a. **"* ****fcfai.' ik l&itf JacksdnYille .Mr:, and Mrs. Robert Crawford' ,
ANTHOiY.QOflWAiTHONY Home Improvementson family were in and daughter "Starke and Mr: "
Sunday visiting Mr...and 'Mrs.
? FRANC10SA FHA andJCHjgginbothan1.afld, ,
the Title 1 Harold Hazelwood. 'fJAI

jo H.L Yi W --- Loan Mrand Mrs. ,C. T. Wade and children of' Lawtey. were dinner 1 -I

J,, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwirewe're L. P. 'Sh pheid entered the

Wild Is 1 1'FitZger 1d, 'Ga. over the Bradford Cotmty Hospital 'on STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES

1 weekend visiting relatives. T Tuesday fopjtjatment3.Mft ." ,

L 1 & J "" MrS; M:* W Lance returned and Mrs Glen Duke of

s.- .,; home.. Sunday from a ,hospital in Fort: .Laud rdt eave moved'bacKto
,', .tr1PIIL BUILDING SUPP1IES uniderwenj .Phone 45 or.333 S.A.L. Depot 'Sta
Waycross. Ga. where she Starke where.. Mrt Duke-win. b'e) Florida I
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; observation' for the past, employed with the Anijrews? M6tbiCo. ? '1OUh

"Foxy Pnp.CazLn. Phone 3CAU week. She was called to New Or- At, present'they' staying CpJMPLETE BUILDERS SERVICE Irl"I

... '. '-:;' IT1A Kt. HA leans, La. on Tuesday".By thY sara *ittv Mrs.- Duke's-Eister- ,. Mr Ht' I

I bus II illness of her daughter Babs. C. Brown, -. -i '


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Ouf Farmer Response Long Says County Bolles' Cagers: Mayors, Court FORESt, 'FIRESCOREBOARD may Even suffice. I I your plaint answer on the or Plaintiffs vleadlnK to the'com

an unsigned order form I
AccusedOn 1 :Attorney J. Donald Gibson. lOG
Assures ManagerAt Wrongly Hand Tornadoes.FoyrthPefeat Handles. Volume, may constitute a legal purchase Smith Building Jacksonville 2. Florida

01The' Prison Tax Boost order, according to the official ,
Of Minor Cases. z Florida Forest c Service Bead- and file the original In the office cf
magazine of the Florida the Clerk of the' Circuit Court on or
Starke Market : (Barters to .Bradford County tion of AssOCla-j.I before the 3 day of March. 1558:
Tax Gene said '
assessor Long In .Mayor's j court, Monday Mrs. woods'flrea and Purchasing Agents. This otherwise the allegations of Mid Complaint -
[Continued from Page 11) last week that Bradford Countyhas 'Daphine Griffis of 'Lawtey was fought I I can pertain wfeen a printer signature will be taken as confessed by
in the dar
been falsely accused of raising Bradford, High's!. basketball found not guilty of the: charge, of suppressed county i to a memorandum is the form you.OFFICIAL SEAL)

Pan would be sent out around March assessments on State Prison squad, is: playingthis afternoon .: failure' to have vehicle, under control lngthepast7.dayperlod Number of firm-18. : I!. of signature habitually used. Circuit Charles Court.A. Darby, Clerk of the
15 when planting operations will l'
property.A .[Thursday, ) ,in. the Group m and"Yrs. Sarah Jeanette Acres bumned-.39. Conditions -,and state laws By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.
will have been started.At .
wire service story reported Whitener was found guilty of the: iso; 4t ::$9I
tournament, "Jacksonville Beach Number of fires.since Jan 1 may alter circumstances. In general -
the Friday meeting the that an opInIon' from Attorney at; 3:30 p..m..Theiropponent' is same charge fined $27 and agreedto ClrfBl. ('eart. Bradford C.aty.,
Edited by Alice -10. however there is little
McGtnrey mean- .
growers voted to adopt the 24- FlMidBi Ckaatcrr.
General Richard Ervin accused paydamIgs to'the Griffis '
From the early issues of, the the host teamMletcher.: ; who advanced car. Acres burned since Jan. 1- KATHBTN. B. TOMPKJNS. Plain-
pint crate for strawberries this ing in the old saying "Don't sign
Bradford County, Along with UnIon ,by defeating Fernandina Both charges resulted from an in- tiff. vs.JIMMY.. .

Telegraph we have chosen'some. .I season and to use the auction .County, of putting a $7 in- 57-50 In'.the first,round play. tersection accident in which the .445. anything." On a business document N. TOMPKINS. Defendant.Case
Itenjs of amusing No.. 12-477
Incidents. method for selling berries at the crease on prison property. valuations : Whitener car sustained about a rubber stamp signature, ORDER OF PrJBUCATlON AND
historical facts and bits of wisdom. I market. They also decided in Fletcher 'entered the' tournament WHEN IS YOURSIGNATURE or even, none at all may be Just NOTICE TO APPEAR
.] with an"even record of wins $100 damages. and the Griffis LEGAL? State Of Florida To:
favor of federal
and hand-
inspection This is not true about as legally binding as any Jimmy N. Tompkln.i whcs
in Bradford'scase car $75. resi
and losses
Jan. 8. 1887:. set the opening time for sales to and likes to play a inscribed signature in the most indelible dence is Charlotte. North Carolina.
Long declared. The prison fast aggressive Bin 'BeaUer' waS Is a rubber stamp version ofyoul. and whose
"The Times Union has en- begin at 11 a. m. game capitalizing found guiltyon of inks. adJres Is Rt 1 Box Sit,

larged to an eight-page paper." property in Bradford County this on a good. fast-breaking offense. two ,charges, Interfering withan signature,legally valid? .' Charlotte.You are,North required
It was decided that an effort appear on
S S year is assessed the same as It The 'Tornadoes play the )ame officer.In.the line of,duty and You may be 'wrong if you thinkit :NOTICE TO f-EnXD 'March: .3. 135*. in the above named
will be made to discourage any has been since at least 1952. $6anacre. type ball but .. rtrnlt C.Hrt. Bradford C.BBtjr, Court and cause. wherein plaintiff
Jan. will definitely. be being intoxicated and Isn't.1'The.
22,1887"Thermometer using -
; profane
sales before 11 a. m.. even small Long said this assessment Florida: Ia Chaiuwy.Dan seeks divorce. rare custody and control -
at 27 degrees handicapped by an attack ,of language. His,total fine was Legal R. Chiohester. Plaintiff. vs. of minor child.
sales to "peddlers" out of Jacksonville figure was established by a special measles that hit Reason Kirklandand Signature, an article ,Rosalie Chichester. Defendant. 'Witness my hand and official\ seal
.'morning. The trees have net who like to pick. up a act of the Legislature. $54. in, the February issue of Case Ko. 18-474 at Starke. Florida. ,this! 21 January,
lost any leaves to speak of yet Jim Hobbs this week. Another Convicted. of while :Nollra T. Appear 1S58. .
driving the Florida Purchaser
few crates of berries early in the explainsthe
Apparently. Long said Ervin's To: Rosalie Chichester whose residence (OFFICIALSEAL)
casualty is Armand
looks Rivers who
but It If ,
as would be fullyas morning. It is believed that it will drinking and ,causing an accident law's requirements of a sIgnature Is New Tort N. Y. and whose Charles' A. Darby As Clerk of said!
cold tonight again. We hope letter is supposed to apply only has a sprained ankle, Kirkland and of.hit John contract"In address U P. O. Box 15V. Wall Street Court.-
the will of be to the advantage of growersif to Union County, but that Brad- and Hobbs both will see action :and-run Maze to a, legal Station. New York. N. Y. By Marian I.'Crosby.Deputy Clerk.
planets out I
soon get was finedJ$104 or 20 that suit Charles) R. H- .
they will withhold all sales ..days.Tw that.the J You are hereby notified a
conjunction and let us have old- ford was included. because of its and Rivers may do limited duty.] litigation. proof buyer for divorce I !ef Guaranty Uf Building

fashioned Florida winters once until the auction begins at 11 a. association with the prison. The winner of this game will play minor fights In Reno with actually. 'order the goods ;may has been'filed against you in She ;Jacksonville 2, Fla.
m.' witnesses of one' fight involved incases above named Court and cause and Attorney For Plaintiff.
more." Union County's assessmentrates Friday night at 5:30 p. m. be necessary. Even if, a'signa- you are required to serve a copy of r 1/30/ U IIZO!
Alvarez said that m view of of their own-netted Luethel ,
S. were boosted from $3 to $10. Belles handed the Tornadoes ture is lacking, such proof may

"Mr.' Fred Smith of Kingsley the response from growers here an acre this year. their 4th loss ,last,Friday night, Chandler, 'negroes, a fine of $81 be that the purchaser order was
be would begin at once contacting or 21 days and Mitchell
Lake reports the first"ripe strawberries buyers to notify them of the Ervin's letter advised the Cabinet coming from behind to gain a $27 or'five days Joseph,work on the on the 'b yer's letterhead. Legal Stt( Rent It Trade It

,'of the season. Board of Commissioners of.:, 43-41 decision., Curtis McGee signature may consist merely of ---
prospects cf increased acreage on streets. .Alfonso Chandler andLiulian
S S State Institutions that thein. played ,an outstanding game, ,besides pencilled Initials, A rubber stamp

"U the Town Council would the Alvarez Starke market said he this felt season.that a crease' was illegal and that they i I being high :scorer. for the guilty., McCray were found not WITH ,A TOEKRAPH flJJSBFIH

fill up the mud holes in the should not recognize it but .pay evening, with.16,points. Bill Tyra, : .
found this to
ready market could be -U. WANTED- Settled t woman
streets, between the Postofficeand the old assessment 'figure. I II Bolles' leading scorer, was' held Two men forfeited bond for : : ;
for the following producein wait sick Board and
season lady.
Mrs.' Hoyt's store, it would The Bradford Commissioners I to 15 points eight.,of them com non-appearance. Roy Earl Al- on 20 WORDS OR LESS, Oae Iaertl. unal... Ckarce) .__ __ .71
the Starke area: 100 acres of County -I salary. Mrs E. R. Carswell. 310
dridg> WORD OVER M .___ ___ 4e P.. Wr4
help the locks of the town very in the past have opposed I ing in the 'last quarter. Rivers wao:charged, with drivingon GtCH ADDITIOV4L ?- -
string beans 50 or more acres of N. Walnut. ItchgWRGR
honors. the wrong
much. suggestions of raising prison scored 12 for runner-up of the road and
_: S pole beans. 150 acres of cucumbers as- reckless ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IK ADVANCE.
sessments. Bradford outscored Bones from driving and forfeited .,
400 or more acres of pepper -
""Mr. F. J. Field our boss the field but Bolles won out from. bond of $54., 'William Alvarez '
50 or more acres of egg plant CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1.25Per' laek First UMitU
bricklayer, has gone to Lawtey the free throw".1ine. forfeited bond of $102 by not
acres of butter beans 500 or Two MoreArrests appearing SlAbA PFH INCH FOR B to' work on the new building of 1'15 Starting next 'week. the basket- on the charge of driving

Capt Burrin which, Col. Shipmans mere acres of sweet corn, and ball ,squad ,will go outdoors' to with license revoked. 1490 K C PHONE COO CARDS OF THANK (l> T. SO Wards) -...__ .-_ 'Z.M'O'F.R
200 acres of tomatoes. I at WORD 4 Cuts Per W.r<
wilt use.'as a store. Alvarez said there have also Made In Case start priming: {or baseball, and Bertha. Crawford did not appearon STARKE FLORIDA -

S SI track., a' public 'intoxication charge The Music 4 New Station MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS ___... ... 4 Cn" per Wr*
two three requests from
"A few more orange shipmentsthis buyers who are interested in a Grocery TheftEarl I because, 'an"bffleer .said, she was in Starke

week, which winds up the, CREEP FEEDERS in County ''Jail another. ITS EASY TO QUALIFY FOR I NEED TIRES
on charge.
few acres of hQt peppers. FOR WATKINS DEALERSHIP %OW. Get' them now pay as yon rid*.

business for the season.. County Agent G. T. Huggins E. Strickland ,Jr., 31, ar CALVES MONDAY THRU FRIDAY NO CO-SIGNERS !NECESSARY. Ask for our easy budget terms.
5 ROUTE IS AVULIBI.E' IN TillS Lacy Conway Sales and Service,
said there would be a definite effort C.feeding'is'ainetboci< "*oi DISEASE CONTROL, J. R. Union Pus -Station, gtarke Fla.
rested' at Florahome last weekendon ., : : AREA. TOO. WHITE TilE : ,
"City Officers T. A. 6:00: Sign on .and News
: Mayor
to interest the "little farm feeding -talves supplements and OF WATERMELON WATKINS ('O.. 659 PEACHTREE Uch
Knight: Marshal E. D. Wall: a ,warrant by :Bradford County 6:05: Starke :W s"Up' ST.. N. E.. ATLANT4%.
er" in growing small acreage of grains while the dams.
excluding te'e S/I. LOTS-Desirable neighborhood. C
Clerk R. L. Sparkman; Treasurer .officers in connection with the recent I Inadequate'coverage of foliage T:00 ,First Edition (news) F. Bateman. phone 334-Y. Itp
which when
variety of The is usually
a crops creep an opening
1 is probably the most starke'Wikes :
: Up
B. 11. Jones City Attorney J. common 7:15
; with other in this breaking and of Vol in which allows WE HAVE a new loan program for
pooled growers entering adjustable height, I cause for failure of FOR SALE-14 In 115ft. steel
Wills. Alderman John C. fungicidal 8:00: Sports
T. : farmers. Loans of 1 to S years
culvert pipe..K ALSO Build.
Richard. J. M. Truby. Tate area. would help increase the ley Starling's Grocery, waived .calves access to the feeding area' spraying or dusting programs on 8:05: Starke Wakes Up for the entire credit requirements Ing Iota for sale ft.In S.l1th Gate
volume offered at.the market but excludes the dams. of the farmer and his fam
Powell, J. M. J hns. D. L. Al, preliminary hearing before Coun- watermelons, says Dr. James M. 9:00: Nwa & Betty Grey'Show. ily. Gainesville Production Credit Subdivision. Low down payment.

varez. here ty Judge' T. A. Yawn Monflay., It is important'that creep feed Crallr. plant pathologist charge ,10:00'.Sweet' Music Show & Association, (20 North Main. Low JACKSON.'monthly Phone, payments.1(5. c/o Central BILLY

4. ,Rep. Doyle E. Conner attendedthe Strickland is being held in the ers of good design' and proper ot the Watermelon and Grape News (hourly) Gainesville, Fla tfchg Truck Lines tfchr

Fast meeting and assured growers capacity be used. agricultural Inv stiat1ns' Laboratory Lees- 12:15 Second Edition (news)
'The Mall goes by sometimes county jail under $1.000 bond, ONE BEDROOM: furnished apartments
:a-splnnlng, and look out that the market situation here ''along' with Billy Griffis, 17, pre- engineer T.- C. Skinner stresses in burg In the February Issue of 12:30: ) Sweet :Music Show .& RADIOS REPAIREDAll for rent. Phone US W. T

boys she's dangerous." is:being followed with great interest viously arrested in connection his column..."Good Planifor Good Florida Grower. and Rancher, he News (hourly). S Hake* All af 4U Jackson. tfohf-
Commissioner of Agri- Ua*.mable Charges parnt'"
'1 I I by with the 'case. Griffis, already Buildings, in the February issue states{; 3:00: Mon:, Bing' Crosby;' Tues., CHAS. C. 8HEPHEHDU FOR SALE W* of SW'4 of See. 2J..,
culture Nathan Mayo. : of Florida Grower and Rancher. Lombardo Wed., Dinah W. Call St. Stark Pk. DI Twp. S 8, R 20 E: NEW Of SE
"Let us have a full crop this i under probation from Circuit : The "entire surface of both upper day, Guy : .
The Commissioner has assured Several such plans available! of Sec. 23, Twp 6 8. R 20 E, containing
season, plant less cotton more : Court here for, ,a previous breaking are ; and,lower sides of all leaves Shore: .Thur. Frank Sinatra: in all 120 A, more or less. Sealed -
I growers here that everything possible and free to Florida cattlemen and j shouIdbecovered. Because Fri., Gene Austin. FOR RENT bids (with privilege of accepting -
com. potatoes tobacco. castor entering conviction admitted : : ; more '
will be done by his, depart- > or rejecting) will be receivedat '
,beans,.millet, for.gTf'en feed, and : ment to work. with local interests his part in the' Starling: dairymen through, .the. University thorough(lcoverage' ,is, possible, 3:15 Mo Glenn Miller Tuea.:., New 3 RR Ho.. ... Saratoga Heights. office of County Judge. Union
SiiMUUIoa. Completelyfanaished.
the crab in cf Florida Agricultural Extension spraying" preferable, to dusting Kaye Starr; Wed. ,Lea! .Brown; County. Lake Butler, Fla. on or before
save that. robbery"in :
grows a preliminary hearing I '!85.00!: month.. .
the Starke
to mar- 19
In trying put Service.,' a a.m. on .sale date March
your field for hay get better boss substantial foot before Judge Yawn on,Feb. 21. His: and ,use'of: a sticker-spreader, .is Thurf, Jo. Stafford,; Fri. ....Judy 4-rl 5 .. W,' C Townsend. Lake
on a -
jket I : : Usually continues the expert, I recommended.- Butler Fla. :3tp 2/27
and cattle'and keep less of them case was certified to the Circuit Garland. .
and -the fertilizer and have ing.He itwilliiotpay .to'creep/the feed : 330 Mon., Four Freshmen: New Coacrete Block Home.1. 3 bedrooms '
save has said however that the Court. j Failure: to apply.fungicides early. UrgelUIng with fireplace 1$ PIECE WATERLESS COOK
better t1 ." calves 'if the breeder has good and Tues., Eddie Arnold; Wed.Aniea S WARE.. DINNER WARE ,STAINLESS -
lea first step must be ,a cooperativespirit Third party Involved in' the enough often enough are dlalag.ream, kltehe. 3 bath STEEL TABLE WARE.
; IIJan.29,1887 pasture throughout the grazing other 'commonfaults. Brothers Thurs.,. Sammy Kaye; fk&Uy room.. mflttt\r f.raUae4tilth
the 'who Starling store incident was a 13- .. The ,. first! ; All 4 Retail price. See after 1 p.m.
among growers. fUe ltue. KHrh baa
season; and ,If ,his.cOws, are good, fungicide should Frt Larry-Clinton., ,[ ... 4G-! S,. Redgrave t. Starke. ftp %/1
: must.first plant sufficient volume yearald boy., .whose case .was application be < ? alt .t appMaaeea. Heated "r 1

But creep feeding usually paysif early running stage of Tuea, Four Aces,. Wed., Tommy nicely furnished apartmtnts. Adequate -
been' a serious affair occurred in then show allegiance to the Starke courL He was released in the develop- flap lot. Located am Fast Call 8t. heaters. For elderly coupleor
the, breeder has fair to ment. ,Number, Sands Thur.' Peggy Lee; Fri.; This U.truly eoe .Bradford C.BB- -
front of 'Messrs. Truby and Davis'store market by taking their produce custody his brother and sister- ', poor and timing of subsequent ; ty'a flaeat home Oaly $ T5O d wparueat. gentleman.' Bessent Road, Box

on, _' Monday of this week. there to sell rather than sellingit fn:law and Judge Yawn issued awarrant pasture: or if he has'cows whichare applications' should ,be Harry Belafonte.. ., _hee !la,to a1. 440 'E.- Starke. tfchr

Several men were sitting on the in the field ,or carrying it to for the arrest of, his fair to poor milkers.-: will | governed by,weather conditions. 4:00 Mon. Gale Storm; Tues., fURRY C. ELROD. JR. FOR, RENT-Two bedroom furnIshed

)little\ bench under the front win- some distant market. mother,' on a charge. of desertingher usually pay if.the- pasture Is fairly 'Based on the results of tests( Buddy 1torrowWed.., Teddi with house.heat Also electricity furnished gas apartment and

dow when a passerby discovereda Last Friday's was the third in a three children.; heavily stocked, or during any' carried:out 'over the past five King:. Thur. Frankie.. Laln;. Fri.. Regliterrd Paoae 43 Real' Eatate 218 Temple' Seeker Ave. hot water supplied. Apply U4 E.

..small, tire under the sidewalk succession of grower-buyer meetings bad season,of drought. [ years, alternate applications Tennessee Ernie. ,._ : Prownlee or phone it4-R. itp !/!!

and called the attention of ,the held here in the interest of Also it will' usually pay to maneb [at '1 '1-2 pounds per 100 4:15: Mon., Tony .Bennett- ; roil SALE-Small l Grocery paying

others to it Before a bucket of the market. The next meeting will Florida Te chersPaid' creep feed purebred'calves 'where gallons] and zineb <[at' 2 pounds Tues., Doris.' Day; Wed.,. 'Bffly FOR RENT: -Three room' apart., good returns. Also 5 room house.
ment. partly. furnished. Adults only 3 miles N. Starke US 301. See or
waterjcould be poured on. it was j I be upon call by the chairman of Well Above the breeder is anxious to secure [per 100:'gallonsare! 'recommendedfor May;' Thur.. Attic Shaw; Fri. 128 N. Church St. Itp write Geo. Ellis, Rt S, Box C3-C

Quite a blaze. Thl:. is a lesson to I i the advisory committee J. R. National as: much growth and development the diseases; Four' Lads Starke. Jtp 3/1-

smokers. If you will smoke; be Kelly. Average aspossible in ,young bulls and Zineb at pounds' per 100 gallons 4:3Q: Mon.,, Fontaine Sisters; FOR 'REXT;"" Four" room 'furnished FOR' unfinished

kind enought for others sake to, heifers.Driver. i en a'.straight schedule gives Tue.3., 'Nat. King Cole; Wed.; house: Apply 308 .S. Water" St.Itchg house'on 2 acres of land.' H.: N. Mc-

I Florida's average classroom : Craney,.P. O. Box S44, Starke.'
blowout your match. Vaughan..Monroe; Thur., June
satisfactory disease control. Dr. .. .
I .5 a 40.Arid 8 'Wreck'IFeatures teacher is paid $368 more per 'Miscues Crall suggests that mixed applications Christy;' Fri. Jimmy Dean. 2tp 3/

The Land Office at Gainesville yearthan the national average. ; ,ot' maneb and:zineb 'and 4:45: Mon.. ,The, Hilltoppers: HELP WANTED-Female cashier, FOR SALE-'55 Ford'Pick.up truck

published a notice of' proof of Parade Estimates recently, released by of maneb used on a Tues.!. Lea Paul &; Mary, Ford; secy., typist.. Good hours good J.sod r':Model White.\ 'International tractor.Itp

Claim by the following: Stouten ;the National Education: Associa- Auto Wedged trial basis-,only. Wed,, Julie London:; Thur., Billy starting salary. Permanent pos '
ition. Write P. O. Box FOR SALE-28 ft. House TrAiler l
tion and file .
on the State Stan
Eckstein Fri.
A. Strickland Moses Coleman, On March .8th ; Kenton. priced reasonable. Carpenter Joba

Winfield J. Palmer, and John Department of Education in Tal- On:R: Tracks TWO BIRDS IN 5:00 Mon:' Eddie Heywood; Starke. Give age martial status wanted by the hour. Write H.

Coleman. lahassee show that the average Tues., Guy Mitchell; Wed.. Elvis present or last employment. Itchg Johnson. Rt. 1. Box I2S-A. Starke.
The 40 and 8, fun'and honor- ,
\ S Sb' society of the American Legion public school teacher in Floridais A middleaged(male driver was Presley; Thur., Ray McKinley; FOR SALE:-Equity; in modern' :3 FOR RE T'3'room upstairs? furnished -

"The new railroad schedule has ary annual Wreck"in ,I. drawing' slightly, over $5.000 a on pins aiid needles for 'several Doubling the size of a poultry Fri. Johnny ,Mathis. bed room home in Pinehaven $1200.- apartment: Private bath
will hold its '
gone into effect and, four. passenger year. The national average salary minutes Wednesday night ,'when flock during a period of depressed 5:15 Mon.. Pattl Page;. Tuea, 00. bat FLOKID4$47.32 per month. and entrance. $t$ per month. 40)S
Starke on Saturday, March 8, KrMI/rr CO. Water St.
trains new pass through for public school Instructional his car became stuck .between the prices seems mighty risky. And .Joni, James; Wed., Andrew'SiI- Telephose 383 .' ,tfchg

Stark daily All of them stop beginning at 3 p.m. personnel. which includes class rails of the Seaboards. main'line doubling the size of a flock with- ters; Thur.. ,Julius LaR sa; Fri., FOR 'RENT-Four room furnished TWO COWS STRAYED Into my
The Wreck is the elaborate and I field. Owner may have same by
except one and no one has the room teachers supervisors, and track a 'few feet south of the Call out, adding more cages is most. Lena Horne., cottageewly decorated. Suitable paying feed and adv. cost. H. }i.
sometimes hilarious ceremony principals, is 4650.' unusual 5:30 Mon. for couple. Mrs. L. D, Vining. Lee Lawtey. 3tp
power to stop this one except Mr. Street crossing.The Boone; Tue&! Phone 49 31U
Kelly the highest railroad official with which the society initiatesnew The Florida teacher not onlyis driver, whose name was'not Bui' that's exactly- 'how Lester Ray Anthony; Wed. Perry FOR RENT;: Small I room apartment -
members into the organization. better paid thari-the national Como Thur. LOST-Friday at Setter's yellow all furnished 'private bath
in Bradford County., When- "Bud W ldron. owner of Sunny- ;. Rosemary Clooney;
learned, was proceeding gold Bulova ladies watch with
and entrance. Adults. (02 Lafayette
he takes notion for this average but only a dozen states land Farm,. Florida converted his Fri. Johnny Ray.
ever a : i brown .leather band. Call. S8g-W. St. Itp
H. A. (Buddy) Bishop Jr. heads are now paying a higher average along' Call .Street, with visibility 5:45 ....
lightning train to stop all he has rn'ginal;4,500 bird operation Into Moiu, Glen Gray, Tues, -- Itchg
the organization as Chef De Gare, than Florida poor due to the shower of rain Eddie. FOR 'RENT':-< 'room*,furnished! a.
wage Fisher
Is to
to- do. pull out of his pocket a profitable 9,000 bird unit. He ; Ted Heath; ATTRACTIVE POSITION with'na.-

a* red handkerchief and wave it and A. L. Crosby Jr. is correspondent Only a year ago'Florida rank- falling about 9 'o'clock Tuesday simply' added a second bird to Thur., Tony Martin;" Fri., Three tional organization for refined well. partmen entrance. Large Private-closed k and in front backyard

W. H. Graham is chairman ed 22nd the states in night Seeing the wide railroad educated woman with a good personality with and To
a few times. The engineer who is among : .each of the small-size cages he Suns. and appearance. For local patio. garage.
on the lookout discovers the of the Wrecking Crew. teachers pay. The rapid jump right-of-way; apparently, overlooking already had. .6:00: Third 21! interview phone Mrs. Wright, 502 1 adults only, tir .ouple'with small
-, Edition\ (news). child. 65? W, tall St. ft: Orangeor
the signal and other Saturday Mar 1. 8:30 to 11 .
gates : am.
Bishop has announced that from 22nd to 13th place in a -
113-4 Itchg
signal and immediately the air Not only did thiS,increase his 8:15: The Service ShOw am ONLY. Up
there will be 15 ,to be"wrecked" single was brought about by railroad crossing signs, the :driver: ;
applicants year
brakes are applied, the train flpck two-fold' reports i the Febru- : What-A-Burger Show. FOR RE..T-Tbree bedroom hou ,
turned left and drove'a short dis FOR SALE-Registered Angus: helf.e
stops, the conductor and Mr. here on March 8, including action of the 1957 Legislature in amyissue of Florida Grower and 7:55 News and'Sign Off. | _!'. and bulls. J. B. White. :tp 3/14 large screened porch. Quiet. desirable .

Kelly whisper to 'each other a few Congressman Billy Mat adopting a new permanent salary tancesouth' along the tracks. Rancher, it..also cut his invest- Saturday neighborhood. N. Cherry St.

seconds; the engineer is signaledto I thews. Four of the applicants are schedule for teachers. 'based on When he discovered ,his mistakeand Same schedule as alwve FOR SALE-Large eggs fOe doz. Phone 22( or %27S-L. Floyd Green.
ment per bird ,to one-half, the .except. No. 't and t good sweet potatoes Hcbg
move on,. and before you can ftom local Legion Post 56; Joe experience and ability, which tried to back intoCall Street original cost.Waldron .. 1 to 6 p.m.. Road Show. 75c peck also feed' sacks 25c each. .

turn adound, she has climbed the Wood. Robert Cox, W. M. Muhl- gave most teachers' wage boostof again, tie wheels of his car' became worked Sunday Drive 301 I,to mile J &pant J Grill Farmers turn east Marketon 1st FOR SALE-Residential lots, by

grade and soon:disappears In the hofer, W. T. Jackson. Others are from $300 to $900'a year. firmly wedged between the ,says everything' 7:30 Sign on. Religious. pro- driveway over Railroad. Robert owner, 4 blocks west of court
well with no ill effects. ,There house., Priced to sell. Floyd Green,
tracks and he could not .moin Runge.' Rot Si-D Starke Fla. Up
distance." from the Gainesville area includ i California ranks number one grams until 1 pan. phone 221 i average teaching pay with either direction. was no noticeable difference in 1 to 6 p.m. -Thr Show.
ing Attorney J. C. Adkins Jr. Sunday 3% PAID ON SAVINGS KEY-

Among other events,' the Wreck $5S2ENew::' York Is second with Local, police .summoned an\.auto per-bird egg production with' two 6 to 8 p.m.-Same schedule as STONE STATE BANK KEYSTONE FOR RALE-2 Puck Kids from
District ,.
.Meeting birds"in each'cage. HEIGHTS FLA.., MEMBER heavy milkers. Cheap. L. B. Jordan -
will include a' parade in the after- an average of $5,800, and Delaware wrecker which: hoisted the car -a_- -- .<-- Week days. FCICv Rt. 1. Box 227, Starke. Itchg

Of Cancer Group noon. The rest of the initiationwill ,is third with $5.700. clear of the'tracks'and loon had POOR QUALITY FEED -----
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be held in the Starke Legion The national figures'also shows the worried motorist; back on t'he

Set For Feb. 28 home.It Florida is now 12th'nationally in street with, no harm ;.done.' There is danger feed poisoning JUST THE PLACE YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKiNG

,A district education meeting of U.expected that around 100 number of pupils enrolled In Fortunately, no fast trams were l there poor-quality high-

members of the society will be in public schools. Since the 1953-54 due during the;15'or 20,minutesthe moisture com is' fed to cattle
Florida Cancer will be
held in Gainesville Friday Feb.2L'at Starke for this occasion.Volunteers school year, enrollment Flor- ear was stuck on. the tracks.' points! out the 'February issue of --- ;

ida school has increased 43.52 > t" % -..- Florida Grower and Rancher.
the 3- & Miller Health
Center. Miss Dorothy Alvarez TendC per cent compared ,to a national PREVENT ANEMIA Usually this Is not the resultof 1

chairman of,the Bradford County average .of 16.2 per cent. Florida IN BABY PIGS a toxic principle In the feed You

Unit all who interestedto of C Office enrollment now Is 902000. California or: the.mold itself. The trouble is
urges are -
An excellent-way supplyingIron See
is the national leader in that cattle often eat more of thepoorquality
attend., to baby pigs (to prevent an- Wffl
pupil enrollment with 2.815.000. ,
During the two weeks that teed than 'they .
The program will begin at 10 emia reports the'FebruJrj! IssUeof : ,
Mrs. 'Marian Howe. Chamber of would of good feed and'the' ;
a m.: with Mrs. George Scofield Florida ,Grower and. Rancher; _
Commerce secretary, spent at the HOGS nesses or d th.s.are, likely to result Irz11wt: .
Dist. 8 Lay Director, presiding. A SHELLED CORN is to hang a short section of rUbber -
State' Fair In Tampa. members more from overeating than !
film dealing with methodsIn innertube 12 inches -
new from six'to
of the Starke Woman's Club volunteered from any actual poison,in the I It!
cancer detection will be shown the' Shelled com mixed with a supplement above the floor in the farrowing .
to help out in mold. -
and two workshops conducted results in faster and house. :

during: the morning. Chamber office. cheaper'hog gains than groundear The innertube can be' washed .
Those serving were: Mrs.. Max- I
Luncheon will be served at the corn and a supplement com daily. A solution containing:.iron i ; t. ":
ie Carter Mrs. EL. K. Perryman OWNER SAYS "SELL!
Student Center at ,12:45. bination. Furthermore, reveals the can,be applied by painting it on' W.C.T.U.( '
I Mrs. L. O. H Zen, Mrs. Bert Mc-, : .

The afternoon session Is scheduled Mains. Mrs. Bertha Pearce, Miss February Issue or Florida Grower with a 'brush'Bab1 .,New:.3 bedroom 'house, deep 'well,. electric pump, hot water 'heater: two-thirds acre
from 2:15: to'4 and will include and Rancher, the carcass dressing pigs ,riu'ch on the,rubber "IT' IS GOOD NEITHER' TO EAT ,
Lowell Mathews
: talks on, future plans, for I Clara, Leaman.Mrs. W.Mrs.L.; ,Blair Mrs. percentage of the hogs fed and thereby receive.; sufficient FLESH. NOB TO DRINK WINE 'lot'facing." State'Road. 100. Price $5,750 $2,500 down, balance, $62.80' per'm nth.i .
the Gainesville_.area,, early detection Pearl Sauls, Mrs. W B.' Parks shelled com is higher. quantity of medication" to, NOR ::.ANYTHINfl 'WBEBEBYTHY" T .. -

of,cancer and care of the According to ,the ,study cited.. prevent nutritional anemia. ," BROTHER STUMBLETH '
and Mrs. Norman Wynn. '
Indigent' cancer patient shelled corn cost 45 cents more OR is OFFENDED is MADE
th ltenioon. of LOVE tIe fitter hundred pounds. Nevertheless THE RIGHT POINT for the :
During tours vnii'U. new per WE.uL"-- .. '

the new J,' HUlls Miller Health brook purse-size fountain pens la ,'because of faster -w, 5.11' led way yon write.favorite Coma ESTERBROOK la and'e. -' (1(, CORINTHIANS 1:11)) 116: N.. "JValnut_St. I '' r- :Telephone! 383P.GE

I Bradford hog be saved 'In feeding'I your '.-' ; ,
Center and of the Cancer Recearch pastel shades. Only $5.09 at per can -

Center.-wiU-be.conducted. County Ttkfranb the abened] -com, Fountain Fen. TELEGRAPH.-: -

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chicks belonging to "
7.000 I "
Now She's Happy about immersing in water. Rub the following batter:

R. Terrys at Putnam Hall last Home Demonstration inner surface with a steel wool I 3 eggs beaten, one-half tea-

Friday night. t pad using a circular motion to spoon salt 1 and one-half cups
Mrs. Terry reported the fire at any 'salts. Mineral salts: 1 and one-half
Pretty LittleAmputee V tir r remove sugar; cups cake
once but it was not discovered in r t ., Notes will cause pitting or tiny holes in I I flour [sifted], 1 and one-half tea-

time to prevent the loss of the '' by the metaL Rinse and dry spoons baking powder, three-

Gets b' r: h, two buildings. The fire, thought i -gt 1 DOROTHY ROSS thoroughly. If food has stuck fill i fourths cup scalded milk, 2 table-
possibly to be of spontaneous origin with water and heat.
pan warm spoons butter and 1 teaspoon
,Her 'Xmas' Doll _ii developed rapidly only a \f Home Demonstration Agent Loosen food particles with a rub-I vanilla.

short time after Mrs. Terry had ber spatula or soft brush.
chicken Ratty Day and drinks for them to buy at the 1 Add salt to eggs and beat them
By Alice McGarvry: returned from the Of particular interest to 4-H'ers USO. The electric skillet may be used until light and fluffy. Add sugar

Ida Mae Manning has her doll, houses. Sunday and Monday fires in Bradford County will be'the Parents are invited to attend all for frying and sauteing, pan i gradually and continue beating

the big beautiful doll that she were grass fires. Annual Rally Day, "Fun and Play or any part of the program. This broiling, pot'roasting and brais- i until thick and lemon colored.

has .longed for since Christmas.She r Circus Little Theme Miss For Beth_ Party Jackson, was the 4-H Way," Saturday at, the will give you an opportunity to ing, steaming and simmering, and Sift flour and baking powder. Add

used to "visit" the dolls while r # fourth birth- USO hi Starke. It' will begin at observe some of our 4-H activities. baking. flour mixture to the batter gradually -

her mother was shopping for' honor guest on her 10 o'clock in the morning and last Florida Products Festival Demcnstrating the use of the blending well. Scald milk

groceries. A little girl, especially ; day, last Saturday afternoon, at until 2' or"2'.30'in:: the afternoon. The third Festival of Florida electric skillet to the Brooker'! and add butter. Add this hot mixture

when there are seven children at [ her home. Twenty with'it's friends"Circus"theme enjoyedthe Emphasizing theH- th;' "H" Products Week has been pro- 4-H Girls Saturday, Miss Jean all at once to the batter and

home, soon learns that she can't : party assistedin of the pledge,the program will be claimed by Governor LeRoy Col- Robinson of the Clay Electric Cooperative -'stir quickly until thoroughly

have all the lovely things she sees. Mrs. Jackson was of a recreational nature and will lins and will be celebrated, Feb. made a Pineapple Upside blended: Add vanilla and blend.

Now the doll Rose Mary, anda \ caring for the young guests by mark the beginning; of National 27-March 8. Down Cake. Pour over pineapple slices in skil-

smaller one. Timothy, are shar- Misses Kay Walrath. Lane Jack- 4-H Club Week.' March I-a:: Did you know that more than Pineapple Upside-Down Cake let. Cover [with vent in lid open]

ing a bed with Ida Mae in the son and Suzanne Day Program LaMee.Founder's The girls may bring their,'lunch 7500 products are grown, prOCessed One-fourth cup butter, 1 cup and bake 45 to 50 minutes with

Bradford County hospital, where writ- !and! there will be potato chips_ manufactured or extracted in brown sugar. 8 slices of canned temperature set at 230 degrees
Founder's play was
the nine-year-old girl is recuper- pa A Day commercial quantities in the pineapple, and 8 maraschino Turn out onto cake platter im
ten bY- Schaeffer,
ating from the amputation of. her zt 1 'y Mrs. Mary Wells. state of Florida and marketed cherries. mediately. Serves 8.
portrayed for the audience attending Mr. and Mrs. Fred Paull of
left arm. I under 12.000 trade marks or brand Melt butter in skillet; spread
the P. T. A. meeting on
Three weeks ago, Ida Mae Joy Akron. Ohio, spent several days names? brown sugar evenly over the but- THE RIGHT POINT for the
of the interesting -
Ann, and Clayton, children of Ted Tuesday,' Feb. 18, some with Mr. and Mrs. Sipe: recently. Products which
are grown and ter. Place slice in '
one pineapple
: of this organi write. Come In and Mi -
history : at sent'are way you
and Ida Manning of Clay Hill, Visiting the.Sipes pl manufactured
in Bradford Coun- center of the skillet and arrange
were playing on an old car when ::1 zation. Back the yard theme, overthefencetalk for the first Mr. and Mrs. Arnold \Young' of ty include fruits, vegetables, other slices around this. center I i led your favorite ESTERBROOK

Ida Mae fell off and broke her was The second took Ellwood City, Pa. grains, meat [including poultry slice. Place a cherry in center of I Fountain Pen.
scene. scene
'left arm. Although there was lit- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bradley and eggs], dairy foods, work each pineapple slice. Cover with
automobile Tl".LWR.P1I"n.
"Sarah's" on
tle chance of saving the arm it 2 place in of St. Albans, Vermont !land We- clothes, furniture, ilmenite, orn-
the way to a P. T. A meeting. .. ..
was a compound fracture with dowee, Ala., are spending several amental stock

the bones badly shattered, doctorsat ___ ......._......_ai...... ".... J _.. __-.... __ ..s? s.".*... Taking leading roles in the pro- days with Mrs. Albert Bkchmann. products,nursery lumber naval, plastic Men's Clothing
duction were Tony [Marvin! The Louis Muirs have moved i ALYAKEZ STORE III1I j
try.the" hospital said: "We always Pretty little Ida Mae Manning proudly holds; her new dolls. Rose Baker, as M. Coo Kay [Sarah into their new home, thie former I I and Electric tung oil. Established 1894

Mary left), and Timothy while t>he waits in Bradford County Hos- Bernhardt Denny, Nan [Ethel Whittle 'house; SkilletOf
A few days later they found the many small electrical
for her to heal.
pital arm Barrymore Muir, "Helen Hayes" LENTEN CHURCH SCHEDULES
that the arm had to be removed appliances, perhaps one of the
because gangrene had set in. But stenes buckles, and neck Fox! "Anne Harding" Schaeffer St. Williams Catholic:;) Sunday most useful is the automatic or $2.20 PER EXTRA YEAR OF LIFEThe
a pearl. a special room was set up for and Jimmie Fox, David Schaeffer Morning Mass, 8:15.: Saturday
this was only part of Ida Mae'stroubles electric skillet, especially if
lace and earbobs. Ida Mae's operation. The heat was and Margaret Muir. Catechism "Class'in your
: she had a bad reaction "It's wonderful. It's wonderful" turned up. all things made ready, Following a devotional message I Starke, .9:30.Community: range doesn't have the special average family today spends about $22 a year or

from the anti-toxin, went into the wide-eyed little girl said and pans of disinfectant"left out- by Mrs. Frank Jones, Gene Williams I Church: Sundays- unit for controlled heat. Gas or more for prescriptions than it did in 1929. Largejy be-

shock after the operation, required when she saw it. side the door. Only necessary president, presided over I Church School 9:45 a. m_ Morning electric ranges recently came out cause of the wonder drugs in those prescriptions, you_
four blood transfusicns, and with this special thermostatically -
Timothy, Mrs. Manning bought personnel entered the improvised the business meeting. Mrs. Ugen Worship. 11 a. in. Sunday heat can expect 10 more years of life than you could in 1929.
went into shock again. It was controlled unit. This
with money given her by Junior operating room and when eacn and Mrs. J. F. Donnelly were
Evening Sing 8 p. m. Wednesday This means that the typical family about $2.20
insert pays
necessary to a tube into an means the electric skillet cooks
Mosley, an son. left he dropped his gown and refreshments.Mrs. .
hostesses for the
ankle vein and keep it. open witha Nurses Parker, Weldon and disinfected his hands. The par- E. R. Fox was chairmanfor Preparation Services, 7:30: p. m. with thermostatic control. Set the for each extra year of life expectancy. That's why we

constant drip of fluid. Doctor'Martinez gave the little patient ents were also instructed how to the Founder's Day Program Baptist: Sunday School, 9:45a. : dial to the desired temperatureand say .
Dave Cofrin, a Gainesville specialist m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. it keeps that temperature
pajamas panties and a dress. clean their hands after visits and and. with her committee, did ,an
who had been called in. Many ether gifts of candy Valentines Ida Mae's room was "isolated." excellent job. Training Unions, 6:15: p. m. without you watching it. It has TODAY'S PRESCRIPTION IS THE BIGGEST
stayed with the little girl until Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. Wed- even heat distribution and the BARGAIN IN HISTORY'
and change for Cokes have It will be a' while before Ida The room count was won by I.
two o'clock the next morning.One nesday Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m. heat unit is sealed into the bot-
helped to keep Ida Mae cheerful Mae is back at the third grade of Miss Mansfield's room.'
doctor said that Ida Mae and happy. Clay Hill school but doctors and Celebrated Episcopal: Sunday Church Service tom which makes the skillet easy LET US FILL YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTIONFLYNN'S
practically died three .times. Preacher Lang of the Clay Hill nurses say she is a good patient I Wedding 9 a, m. Coffee 10 a. m. In- to wash.

Now "out of the woods" Ida Baptist Church where Ida Mae is follows instructions carefully and struction' Class 1015; a. m. After each use turn dial to DRUG STORE

Mae is enjoying the many gifts a member, brought her a Bible, dees whatever she can without. Thursday evening. activities: 1st. I "off" and disconnect cord. Wash

that have been sent her. The"nurse" and she has another given her by help. Thurs., Youth, Supper; 4thThurs. i skillet with hot soapy water following 220 N. Temple Phone 79
., Classes for Teachers. manufacturer's directions
doll she had admired in
a nurse. "I'm going to' have ari artificialarm -
the store was sold but Nurses "God has been good to me," E
that costs $500, and I can do -
McBride,, Baker Weeks and Lock- Ida Mae said. .
wood bought her Rose Mary, who In order to protect future operative anything just like this" Ida Mae _

wears a party dress of pink tulle, cases from the pusforming said proudly, lifting 'up' a Coke AT
high-heeled sandals with rhine- bacteria present in gangreneKEYSTONE bottle with her right hand.

VVVVVVVvvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy :stone Heights Squadron plane, 4. r .5

piloted by Lt. Nelson Jones with .
: !::
' HIGHLIGHTS !Lt. Harry Baker as observer, who S r ;, ,liIt.. tdfV: P S .It" S

made'a message drop to their ,/ :' -
> l ;; tfj i.
assigned mobile unit from the # '!1 ,r' -. t .
., ,By .Mrs.-J.Ruisell! Young : "' .' D
Gainesville Squadron. Cadets ',. '.
.&. . ....... . .. .. .. ...... ....... .. .... .a .. .. .. .. . . . . were assigned to rescue teams ", r ... :,. 11 ....... LLIIIi !Io
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and also acted for .
as runners "
Keystone CAP Plane I Gena Christoffers. Lt. Harry \"'/'M',," *Nf::': .""4." ..,t
1 communications, military police, .
Wins Test Mission 4'. ','
i Baker, Capt. Roy Browning, Lt. I .-,
and ground crews for aircraft. "" n
The search and rescue missionof Al Sullivan, Lt. James Puckett, /1S. 'I,,; '

the Civil Air Patrol [commonly -,Lt., Nelson Jones of Keystone The Keystone Heights Squadronis k, : At: :" 4 fOJ : \

called SARCAP1) which was Heights, and Lt. Marian Howe of planning a St. Patrick's Day .

sponsored by Group Two,C. A. P. Starke, and Capt. Joe Holland of dance, to'be held at the' Skytel, i n'J\\ r.I:::: ...., Ik\ ..., mN :

of Jacksonville and held at Her-i i Waldo. Cadets John Dodd, Kyle March 15. Proceeds of this dance ) .
long Field Saturday and' Sunday will go towards buying textbooks Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sasser, Jr. y q '
>McMurry, Dan Dodd. Mike Foster :

Feb.members 22-23.of was the Keystone well attended Heights by Arthur William Sullivan O'Hara of of Keystone Starke. and for the for Cadets the squadron, and radio airplane.The equipment celebrated Anniversary their with 25th an Wedding informal / 101 t II WI IIII II : .5 1 1"r

Squadron. Senior members and Keystone Heights Squadron party at their Keystone
The object of this mission wasa
Cadets attending this mission of the C. A. P. holds meetingsat Heights on Sunday.. Feb. 2. 1 l

were: MaJ. Bert Christoffers, Lt. simulated rescue of a pilot who the Keystone Air Base the A color scheme of silver and ."f .f "VITA-POSTURE" MATTRESS I
had bailed out of a Jet 'Trainer first and third_ Fridays in each white was carried out in the reception ;.i'r'I.I':. ; ; .:: : '

while over tne Jacksonville area month at 8 p. m. The public is rooms. The table was

KEYSTONE Coordinated efforts of aircraft 'invited to attend. Next meetingto overlaid with a net over satin IT'S BUTTON-FREE!

JEWELERSExpert and radio equipped mobile units be held March 7, cloth and centered with white lr .-
't a.t No Hollows! No '
participated in the mission. They Chamber Of Commerce mums: carnations and snapdragons HonpsfWith

Repairing were assigned to designated areas Officers Elected arranged in a silver urn. ;1! )

Quality Line Jewelry in which to search for the missing Gordon L. Purdy of the Park- Silver candlesticks with white ; .

-Walter M.\ Muhlhofer aircraft and pilot. They planted of-the-Palms was re-elected presi- I candles were arranged on either -. rm't."'-. L

target was located by the Key- dent of the Keystone Heights side of the flowers. A two-tiered #.,?
the wedding cake, topped with white w
Chamber of Commerce at ''! .
roses and the figure "25" outlinedIn AtS.
Serving -
TUCKER FABRIC SHOPNew meeting on ""
silver. The cake was set on a
with Mr. Purdy will be Lindsey hIj

Drapery Fabrics Exciting, Refreshing:, New Walker Vice-President: Fred R. mat of silver lace. {: ;'
Designs 1000 Samples to choose from. Florals, Sacher, Secretary: N. Watson Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wilson of .&. "" ::t.,:>' r "..ri' 7 hn Fk w f M-

Tropicals Conventional Designs, Antique Velvets Hardenbergh, Treasurer; and Di- Palatka. daughter and son-in-law received '\@" >-., I ri r
and Mrs. Sasser:
2861 rectors in addition to the above, of Mr.
ESTIMATES FREE-Keystone Heights-Phone
Huntley Redfearn, Jr. William guests at the door. .
L. Reynodls. Jr. Frank Walrath. Cutting the cake were Mrs.Sasser's I"t w .1a f i.r cwt at

E. T. Martin, Don E. Shackle- sister, Mrs Charles Col- : *
lins of Tampa, and Mrs. Mar- 1k %r
DRUGS AND SUNDRIES ford.Plans are underway for cooperation garite Ryan of Keystone Heights M1I/; >

FOUNTAIN SERVICE Pouring punch were Mrs. Perry .
in the Clay County Centen-

Gifts For All Occasions nial, which will be celebrated this I' Hall of Live Oak, also Bill sister Beverly ,of- t .;,, yt r or
Mrs. Sasser, and Mrs.
WHITMAN'S CHOCOLATESWe year. A committee was appointedfor sister of Mr. Sasser, and Mrs.
this project.
Leon Ridaught. Miss Frances ,
take pride in our rapid and accurate Prescription "Improving Our Highways" will! Johnson of Jacksonville, niece of % i
Service. Let fill next prescription. be the subject of next book. : e s d
us your and a special speaker is Mrs. Sasser, kept the guest' ,4 tRf
Connis Wilson "
Granddaughter, Miss
PHONE 2161 promised. The'meeting will be on
Miss Charlene Collins
March 20 at 8_ p. m. In the Key- .
and great-niece Miss Judy John-
BELOTE DRUG STORE stone Bank Hold Building.ReceptionFor son, passed cake and sandwiches.Out 4 4zxdR4
And Family of town guests included the
Mrs. Sasser's mother,
Members of the congregationof iiaai yy,4.
Mrs. Etta Peavy of Live Oak: Mr. '

the First Baptist Church welcomed of Sasser's mother, Mrs. Blanche t Ii (: tIS
officially -
Keystone Heights IN YrRITIN6
Sasser, also of Live Oak; and Mr.
S. E. M91AY -- REALTOR their new minister and his Every I r.YITA .
Thurs- and Mrs. Perry Hall, Mr. and Mrs. 4!
with a reception FOSTUHEMATTIES
family : '
Bill Beverly and son Jimmy. Mr. M& ..
evening, Feb. 20. #
Senior Member Society of Residential .Appraisers day Rev. J. R. Smith, with Mrs. and Mrs. C. W. Collins and '
Pf'lYrl'P17t] i'i'1'f
Charlene, of Tampa. .
Smith, their 'daughters, Gloria daughter,

1 Scctloa, "/ acne, herd eatraare, Geer(.'. La)".. Good ffehliK, food and Ruby Lane and son. Jimmie, Mrs. Frances Johnson and daughter

eater for rattleDD, per acre .L.._.tLu., end bade- f l,':it .p. 1 with officers of the Church, received Judy. Mr. and Mrs. A. G NOW YOU CAN NAVES
Tern. Martin of Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. -
and friends of
members in the Educa-I Brownie Moses,, and son Craig, HEALTHFUL SLEEP-SUPPORT AT BREATHTAKING SAYIKGS! '
For Rests Vafura. Apt.. $15 mouth. the congregation a
Pretty lotis. White Slid L le. ExreUeat : Odessa Sullivan of _
term. Title laturaace. la crater .f Una. Attractive- tional Building. Other Keystone and Miss S. Only RESTONIC brings you this annual mattress sales event thai mead
Mr. and Mrs. J.
.1,258 .,. name lii toes, Bear school, S8S "8. Heights Church groups were invited Branford, Leesburg.Fifty is so much to you in genuine savings on a nationally-advertised brand.Aid:
and were represented a- + this RESTONIC offers than before reinforced baahfc.
guests called during the year you more ever :

mong Serving the punch guests.were Mrs.' A. E. evening. ful support plus button-free, smooth-top steeping comfort-both .t *

Where Are Your Valuable- Papers? Anthony, and Mrs. C. T, Parker KeynotesMrs. Advertised in deep-down price that makes it the nation's outstanding mattrac Vf&tti

Mrs. Fred Ellis, Mrs. Roy' Chas- Robert C. Jackson and :...J., 4' CHECK,THISE HISH-Q'JILITT fEATUiES-XOW ALL TOOK AT THIS LOV AU f3gf0IUTTOH
WHEN YOU RENT A and Mrs. J. W. Puckett'ser daughter, Beth accompanied Mrs.Jackson's ItnIW' .
YOU WILL ALWAYS BE SURE parents, Mr. and Mrs.P. FREE SUftFACC-Madi moth f7] REINFORCED INSILATttl-Sfett
ved coffee, cakes and sandwiches. Published by the fa. LU%;)ruij4e<"Ktajwsrf seen
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXat Mrs. A. G. Loudon was general H. Haskins. enjoyed a recent AUEIICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 'n/EIT/ FIRM '
visit in Miami with Mr. and Mrs.
chairman for the affair. UJ spiDt r'pere jai sad it slesL LJ W.. le ___
the i FIre Takes 16.000 Chicks, James Hammock. They stopped at

Chicken HousesA the Haskins' home in Ocala for a

KEYSTONE STATE BANK Two flash fire of underterminedorigin few days. Mrs.Jackson and Beth I

was responsible for the spent a few days following the HARRY C. ELROD FURNITURE COMPANY

Keystone Heights, Fla. total loss of two large chicken trip visiting Mrs. Jackson's sister

houses containing 16,000 chicks. and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.

Member- F.D.I.C.A The quick response of the Volun- James Webber, in Jacksonville.Mr 218 TEMPLE AVE. PHONE 43SECTION

Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community teer .Fire Department saved the and Mrs. W, W. Wells of

r remaining smaller houses with Springfield, HL are guests of Fred



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"YYYYYYTYyyyyyyyyyyyyyy md Mrs. Lizzie Dupree of Jacksonville \

LAWIEIUy \ OiTeai Junior. High Basketball

motored Lake Butler for

'Mrs. Joyea T. &:Same*on--Friday evening. They INCREASE YOUR
FntcduA wonDew with a score of 56-31. Johnny EFFICIENCY WITH
............... ..a. ) was high point man. ..

Lawtey Senior 4-H Oirls heldmeeting \ Miss Gloria' Crawford. who .
the *, spegtlast" was carried
} on Monday
afteri i
goon Whit the :president; Mica Jacksonville: by, her parents., I .
Perint ]Mr. and Mrs Jack Crawford. on I
Lyjin in, charfe.Misses
LynnPerint;j 'Id.ine. Harley Sunday: afternoon. While there
theyMus, visited Mr. and MrS. Erwin
gaye. a report on their recent trip
tthe.Stat: ) $ Fair, which was.held J and son.Commodore. MODERN QFFHE
at. Tampa, Miss Dorothy Ross Crews of Tallahassee
assisted the girls in bringing their j spent the weekend here with
]his t and .
wife daughters.Mrs.
record, .boots up, to, date. Miss
Patticia Ann,,Starling is reporter Margaret'Kelly., and Mr, ,
for the'.Club. I and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and son i I I

'The Guy Futch family and the :visited the Roy Tomlinscns at You owe it to yourself and your employees to J ,
Leon Sauls family of Hampton. :New River and Mr and Mrs. G. COLE "Posture" CHAIRS
visited Mr\ and Mrs..Buck Cassels .B: Colson at Brooker on Sunday Full-Size. :Standard' increase the efficiency of your office with MOd-

>aj Lockloosa on Sunday. :afternoon.
' Little Ricky, Roberts of Gainesville Tommy and Eddie Hancock and SMITH-CORONA 'PACEMAKER' ern Typewriters, Adding Machines and'other ,
R. C. Bryant visited Mr. and Mrs.
-spent from Monday until
I G. P. Thompson in Ocala this equipment. See us for your.needs. Terms arranged -
Saturday with his grandparents, OFFICE TYPEWRITER; REDtE.
M.and\ Mrs.. G., W. Roberts. weekend. to suit your convenience.
Ricky's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mattie Carter and family

George: Roberts.Jr. came for him had as guests during the weekend t
on.Saturday afternoon. Miss Edna Carter of Clay' Hill. I (
Mrs. Christobel Valenti and Mrs. y Of .
Mr. Johnson of Gainesville was I .
the guest speaker at .the Methodist Robert Meyers and daughter of "

Church,on Sunday morning.Mr. Jacksonville.Mr. I ... .. {
J. H. Thompkins of the State and Mrs. O. B. Wiggins and V: Ji1GLJ f

Farm spoke at the evening ser- family and Mrs.of B.Jacksonville'L. Wilkerson visited on Sun-Mr. I lg F, lElgYJl t titO(. -. :

vice.Mr. >
day. Mrs. Wilkerson returned *& &&
and,, Mrs. M. L.. Turner of : -Y '
: ::
Bonifay have moved into the J. home with them for a visit. it/" ::::i? ::;;. :::; : ;'f : '
., .i. "
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Scoggins of "t" ... ,:....<. ....... ::." .t
Futch rental house, and and : t.
Mr. 1! ';
Starke visited the Leonard Prs ;
Mrs. Tom Whaley and daughterof
Starke-will move to theB.. vatts on Saturday. : i ;'LI I A
Mr. and Mrs: Raymond Wiljliams ; tv I
Gibson the near futura. I e'Spring fensian'
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Harris of Jacksonville, spend' SUn- BUYJ.>...'::r., beck: ,
,and.daughter.of Jacksonville were day' with the Ed Durban family. v/.t": -,''':;:;?-j f. :: ;:''
Sunday guests oP Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C, B. Cannon and REMINGTON: RAND All nylon. asl $' ',

D. B: Thomas and family.Miss' family, of Jacksonville were Sat "2Sytu. ,. bearing, til
urday guests of Mrs. Mattie Hen- ari
Carolyn Crews the
> laclt. '
'rat. tilts
weekendw t11.Mr. andMrs, Mark derson.. I independent/. !
lee Padgett ands family of Clay Mr. and Mrs. Roy'Griffis and tt tua. .. ...
Gerald visited Mr. and Mrs. x
Hill.Mr.Jacksonville'were: and.Mrs. Landon here.for Griffis a.week of George'New.River:Grjtfi on:Sunday., and' daughter at Regular $179.50 Plus Tax ADDING I : f' tt a '

end visit with Mr. and Mrs. Levin Sunday dinner guests of Mr. .
and Mrs.. Dave Tanner were Mrs. 42-50
Those on the,sick,list this,,week Clarence Mosley and family. M:. Special i Introductory: .Offer h
: c.W..Thomas and Mrs Marion Tucker and son.
are ,Carl Preyatt Plus TarIncreases
little', Johnny Brown Rev. and and Mr. and MTS.I Henry Tanner
Mrs. A. E. Massey, Spurgeon and family of Jacksonville.: .50 ,
I The, Leonard Prevails visited ***** Plus Tax
and .
Massey; ,Mrs Ed Massey ?
Mr. and Mrs. Howard: Miner] Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Starling and Only 5.OOtDown effTa'ency by eliminating fatigue;You can

and sons of Jacksonville-- were family at the State Farm on WHY PAY MORE!. adjust it 4ways. to fit your body. Molded foam

Sunday, dinner guests of, his Sunday.Mr. .
rubber seat covered with latest Fabri-coated mate-,
mother, Mrs. Effie .Miner. and Mrs. Truman Norman ,
Mr. and.* Mrs: Ralph Higguv and! ,son,, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl SUPER SPEED,ACTION, f vial Will not stain, crack or peel...Brushed aluminum
botham of Baldwin Mr. Prevatt were< Sunday guests of .. -
and Mrs. Theopolis Reddish on Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt in FLICK-SET TABULATION e ?5 6.5 Q.-- frame. Solid. ,base.,equipped.with kick plates and.

Saturday. Ocala.. e., STANDARD 84-CHARACTER KEYBOARD. top bearing casters. Seat size.164? x 1W x 2%':!
Mrs. Mary Reddish who, has Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. \ Per-Month
been, illatthe. home of 7her Dan Starling were Mr. and Mrs. QUICKEST MARGINS
H.. T. Markham and family of
daughter. Mrs. Eve Godwin in i
Starke, returned to her homeon Gainesville...
Thursday afternoon. Wayne Massey of Fort .Lustis.Va. .
r Colorful, impressive the last word In
.- the weekend with his I I -
Miss Julia Futch of Tal- spent
Mary Wets .. beauty. Brushed aluminum, satin
and A E. *
Rev. Mrs.
parents. ;
lahassee came by bus to Baldwinon
I FASTEST BECAUSE ff'l SKWWEJIJ smooth frame and base. Tilt seat with
Thursday evening and was Massey.Mr. .,
met there by her mother Mrs. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and /0 d '. Come In or call for 0'free dtcOMtroflol. adjustable Swivel tension ball ancTadjustable
height. -bearing casters.
Joyce Futch. She and,Mrs. J. O. their two children..,of Jackson- e& '
Seatjiz9l9'/i"xl7h"x2H\} .
: ville spent Sunday with Mrs. .
hasseecn Dobbs.parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter The;Famous.Remington'RandKEY' -

Rev and Mrs. Geo Chism and Wilkison..
son of Moniac. Gav visited Mr. Mr.' and Mrs. Everett Burneyof fO AIDING MACHINES 0 0 0' '
and Mrs. John Brown and daugh- Jacksonville called on Mrs. -

ters on Sunday afternoon.Mr. Georgia Ann Sapp on Sunday Priced-from Granite Orpy .. Oak coal Gr/wt ... Irewe
and Mrs. Billy Torode and afternoon. i:75? ...Saddle Tb ..Twta Cetta..Wine...
son returned to their-home !in Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders and 4 Plus Tax ;95 SoppJ ,.. Blue..end. soft pottel shade. W.
Gainesville on Saturday after Billy had as Sunday guests Mr. ", 8'5" Cwol..Appl G'H..RIIU.t.
spending sometime :with Mrs. end! Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and Plus Tax

Torode's parents. Mr. and Mrs. 'family, of ,Jacksonville. Mr., and :J .
Fred Moore. Mrs.: James.Anders, of Palatka .tI
Mr. and Mrs. G. W.. Durham and the D: J. Parrish, family of ALSO SMTH-COROHA;; COLE'Sa

and Freddy and Ray Ballew of Maxvffle.
Mr.and Mrs. O. Phillips,and ..
Jacksonville visited Misses Elizabeth :
Terpaad MaryJulia'utcJ1 Danny Callahan on. Sunday Full Keyboard Adding Machines'Priced
on Sunday for a visit with the Leslie a

Mr. and Mrs. Ramp Henry and Phillips family. M. vy i

daughter of Starke had Sunday Julius Eunice spent the week- t from'99 r50.Plus:
dinner with the Resale Andersons.Mr.and end with his grandparents Mr: I .n w Y Tax
and Mrs. Jim Godwin in Max-
Mrs. Earl Mosley and
daughter\ visited Mrs. ClariceThompson ville. His parents Mr. and Mrs. TERMS T0 SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE_ :) r -for personal papers and other*
V .valuables ( YOU know th
only *
and daughter at. the Harold Eunice and Chuck Norton r V.
State rarul.on Sunday. went for him on Sunday afternoon y ,, dial combination). Akoi. two

Mrs. Alice Green and family, .. ball-bearing letter filesTwo b
spent the weekend in Jacksonville i Mr.''and Mrs. Bill Royster and e+ dex, drawers,.for. 3x5.. or 4x4.

with Mrs. Mary Bennett and Mr. family and Mrs. Will Edwards of> cards ((6400 capacity),, or for

and Mrs. Rufus Prevatt and Jacksonville, visited Mr. and Mrs. V .i cancelled checks; two adjust
daughter Fred Moore on Sunday. ontheiWSmiMoronaC I (th bl!&: i able storage, compartment

,Rev..and Mrs. H. J. Williamsand Mrs. Carrie Norman and Mr.and 4' ? ,r under lock and key. Size.37)4) <5*
family of Jacksonville were Mrs. 0.. J. Phillips were in V ;t high,. 30ft"' wide,. 17" deb

Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Palatka on Thursday for a visitwith adkLC. Pt&Ta'; 'DEs n'FllE I Icabinet Olive green or Cole gray. T
Mrs. Harry Wilkerson and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Phillipsand > :
Wick lockautomatically whkk'
daughter and Miss DebbiePhillips. ype
6 2 locks all drawer
Mr. and Mrs. Levy Griffis and I
1478PI t7.4s'
There's just no comparison between the ease of operation: Plus Tax.
Mrs. '
Curtis and, David Johns were ?In Joyce pitch Mary nc
Macclenny.; on Sunday for a visitwith Julia Fetch Danny Phillips, Tom of the new Smith-Corona Electric Portable and any other; :

Mr.and. Mrs.. Clyde Griffith. Tatum, and Terry Futch were portable in the world. A gentle touch of the keys and A retractable desk;
Vernie Padgett and daughters; i among those attending the Bolles- electric power takes over-speeding you through your '' s.
and John Starling,had as SundayguestseMr .and Bradford High Basket Ball typing quickly, quietly and effortlessly. SEE AND TRY, plus ci safe for.valuables, .,.-

and Mrs. Jimmy Ray Game at Bolles School in Jacksonville TODAYI drawers for checks,

and son'and.. Mr and Mrs. J. D. .on Friday evening. fifes for letters,. .
Davis and. family of Jacksonville.Weekend Mrs. Bertha Stuckey and son, SMALL DOWN PAYMENT compartment for books, ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs.P. Buster,of Jacksonville visited Mr.
L. Dinkins and the Carl Carters and Mrs. Clyde Hiatt and daughters i- 9.21 Per Month drawers for, stationery : ? i y Jtyy
we e;Mr.'and Mrs.Paul Din- on Wednesday... Buster has t and index cards. V k. a
kins of Stv Augustine.Mr. Just returned from duty in KoreaIrvin '
and. Mrs. Edmond Rosier and Ned Privett of Jack- q I g" '

and family of Macclenny visited sonville .spent Sunday with their Other SMITH-CORONA, Portables Y1e
his parents, Mr. andMrs., QuincyRosier brother Melson Privett and f am- ')1 s ; vt

on Sunday, ily.. :I \- WiD odd dignity to any room.A eta.
Mr.and Mrs. W J. Green and! Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennett and I :AS LOW AS V ... Ply 4fke combined tatacne.Aon4. rl
family were in Jacksonville on daughters were Sunday guests of < .war a i1 some unit pratectad-byt Iwo.itrona,
Saturday and Sunday to visit Mr.[ the Johnny Bennetts of the State I : ... cater doof nder lock and key.' i
and Mrs. W. K. Green. Mr. andMrs. Farm. i V. < : Heavy gauge steel 32H"wide 60" I 1Ji'' cI t
74.50J1Plus x = ;"'vir.19t1-cU.p.Gf_er Cole 8I 1. I
D. B. Flynn. and the Fred Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hiatt and : for Typing
Greens. daughters spent the weekend at 'I ,1r
a .Groined WaUw, Makoganr or IMMy 'I I
Mrs. Clarice Thompson and their home on Crystal Lake '
n ao'addriaaat
r 0. !J'iM fioUk sts'
daughters of State Farm were Sturday guests of Mr. and Mrs.D. Tax I r' I
Saturday evening supper guestscf G. Wilkerson and Miss[Gloria t' f e

the Lcuin Reddjpfrfam'ilyT Anderson .were .Mr. and..Mrs. .H.R ".*. U.your:' important papers at your : tt /
The Rowell ..Pre'aitswere, at Barratt and' familyy' of the : i Pictured at RightTh'e finger tips. The retractable" deskGdes's cbMrt

tending to bijsjnes ,infi Jackson.- :State- Farm. '. cad outs ; :

vile cn Saturdayjand. wfcije therethey Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zack of.Jack- Skyriter {, r

Prevatt.visited Mr. .;..and .Mrs:. Rufus I the sonville Lt S.spent Tanners the' weekend with ,, 1 ; .&.i 1'2' ).95;: I for the Student 11 .95

Plus Tax
Mr. and Mn James WilkeI Od "Mr.&n4..Mrs.. J. S. Sapp and __ i Plus TaxHundteds'of"Ofher
and family sptatuThursdajMiight family:r were in. Jacksonville on ,

with Mr. and Mrs*A.,J. Wilgv.srn Sunday for a,, visit, with,.Me, and
Mrs. Barry Wilkerson returned = Mrs. Jack Cason. Necessities.For'The 0//ice,

. to Jacksonville with;'trjem t i' for Mr A and,Mrs. Glenn Williamson 1I.
a visit with her parents\ Mr!;andMrs ;who have been staying with Mrs.
Carl TaflW* Williamson') : patents- Mr.- and t
Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Batten ]Mjs,.&, .*Bennett are now living _

and sen and M'. and Mrs. VirgilGriffis I[in Gainesville. COtYNTY
and family oflecksonil If : TELEGRAPH
'A..Yt T-'dean :
visited Mrs. Nellie WilkerstikonS i Cotton Rags :
"av. :riVo. rants No SWrtaMnstBe

""", Lee Green famflyhad as ; Qean.Bradfor4 graph. Couatyj Tple I

Sunday gue tsjMTfj; ; E. Olsen. .




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1.....mN" M1/F97i" .. Hampton' had been in and I
Dundee children.Mr.
I I. of Jacksonville "YTTTYYTSTATE Leon Conner also of Starke. Donald Adkins Dundee; j

; i during Mrs., Adkins" illness, and and Mrs. Frank Wolf ord; Mr. and" Mrs Marshman ,Red-] Mrs. Era: Harrell and R. Crews Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Andrews of RupturecrI\1en\

KWP'Tfrll1UJllli'.Jl; remained the funeral.'. Sr..' who visited, here with' their .dish were Sunday guests of Mr. FARM\ of,Brooker">'A .re'Friday night dinner Jacksonville visited her sister, Get: $3.50: Gift .I

J Personals son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Raiford Reddish of' Raiford. ','guests of', Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mrs. Nan Merritt Sunday.

QJ ,btrt,'D.: E.'UIQ. Mrsji Charles Snowden and sons Mrs. Frank: wniord Jr. for. sane My, mother, ,Mrs. Maude Mott, By-Mrs Jj G., CaldwellAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAALALAAAAA Edwards. Mr .and Mrs. Edwards We,welcome Mr. and Mrs :Morris For*TryingThis
of Gainesville spent the weekend time-1 this winter, have decided to Harvey, our son, and myself vialr and little daughter visited relatives Branning and.. two small sons
1 .&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&.I..........&.&&1. near Hampton with Mr. and Mrs. make Hampton their home. They i ed Sunday with his mother,.Mrs in Brooker on. Saturday of Union County who have moved Kansas City, Mo.-Here Is an
I :
Revival Begins Sunday .Emory Brown.'. Mrs. Snowden is plan to move into the new Claude Leona McCarthy and his sister Club afternoon. into our community. They are improved means of holding rup.

AV Baptist. Church, ,Mrs.. Brown's sister May house near the east. city and family Mr. and Mrs John Meeting Mrs 'M. V. Pearce and her living- in the old "Peg" Johns ture that has benefitted-thousands
The Home
Demonstration Club
E. B.:' Toles a layman from Mr. 'and', Mrs. Merton Durhamof limits as soon as it 14.completed.The Stillwell in'Fernandina-Beach., met mother. Mrs Emma Green, were house. of ruptured men and women in
Tuesday afternoon at the
Rome. Ga. will'preach during, an Mankato, Kans.. cousins of community. extends sym- Mr. and Mrs.., Ernie ,,Johns home of-Mrs.-J: B.. Godwin.-Mrs.: weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Moore and the last year. ,
e1g t-day laymen's revival at Mrs., Il A Hall spent last week pathy to the family -of Veraie honored their son. Warren witha L.. B. Cooper. Mr. and Mrs., Cocp- two children of Cleveland. Term
A: 0.'Belcher the- president, : 1
Hampton Baptist Church, begin here with the Halls. While visiting Keyes of Hampton'Lake who died surprise Birthday Party at their presided er spent Saturday at their farmat spent last weekend with Mrs. Ma- Inoonspiciouswithout e g
Mrs Godwin led in the devotions
ning,.next' Sunday, March 2. and they dove to Silver Springs last week; and to Mrs. Frank home Friday night. Between .- Each member was-asked- Jasper. ne' Banks. straps elastic belts, body encir-

continuing through the followingSwdaf and, St. Augustine.. Thomas and the Robbie Hines twenty to twentyfive-young.peo- to-,answer the roll call with Mr. and Mrs.,A..J. Green spent We were glad to have Miss cling springs cr harsh pads, it has

services.. Mrs. T. F, Brown spent.Sunday. family, in the death of her grand- ple were present to help Warren suggestion for a' project for a Tuesday and Wednesday visiting Glenda., Whitesides- Keystone paused: many'to say "I don't see
mother and his mother Mrs. celebrate his 21st birthday. Games relatives and attending to busi- how it holds: ro eaay. I would'nothave
MrTole, although not a licensed in ,.Starfce visiting with her, sister Achievement Day. Miss' Dorothy with us at church Sunday. We
believed, had I not tried {L"
Elizabeth Hines, of Graham.Fri. enjoyed to the in Jacksonville.
were, prior ness
,pastor,; has ,conducted' several Mrs D W. Moore. open- Ross, Home Demonstration'agent, thank her for playing the piano

revivals{ ,recently, Other parts of Mrand Mrs. V. J. Slade were day., ing :of the gifts, by the- honoree. gave- talk on sewing synthetic for us.KEEP. So comfortable so easy to
After which the hostess, Mrs. 9.vv.m.vyVTVVV..vvn.LONG
the. services during the. week's Gainesville visitors Sunday withMr fabrics.-' to.sizeof- needle and wear it could show you the way
rYCYYYYYYYYYYYYTll" Ernie Johns assisted 'Mrs-.Lucille -
meeting- will have' music, testimonies / and Mrs Free Hall. Mr. and thread to use, tension ete Club BRIDGE CATTLE AWAY to joyous freedom from your rup
and other features by: Mrs. Vernon Slade Jr.'of Middle- ; Mosley and Miss Barbara I members were. glad to have Mrs. FROM: STALE WATER ture trouble. Ai
I : Jean Norman served refreshmentsof AND NEW RIVER
laymen in' this area. burg were weekend' guests here. : QNN: N.- G.- Davis and'Mrs. John E.
cake, cookies,and,soft drinks. I Stagnant.water within reach of i You can't lose by trying. It Is
Fuller of' Butler at
Mraj Hkk* Hostess Mrs: Madison;Lee is,improvingthis Warren and Mrs. E. A. dairy cattle can be source of several -
Happy, Birfthday Sapp
I 30 trial. You
sent to on days
For WMU Women iMw. week according to the W. A. .By .Mrs. Harvey McCarthy; the meeting. Mrs. Godwin and disease, problems, the February you
the Good Lord bless with
may you receive $3.50 truss as a
a special
.,Charles Jlkks-was hostess. Saxons who visited her in Perry "&&&&&"' '''''&&''''''''.&& many more.Weekend her co-hostess, Mrs. A C. Belch UAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAServices +, issue of Florida' Grower and

Thursday evening Feb. 20, to last weekend.: 'I. guests.ofrMr. and Airs. served pound cake and hot coffee were held at Long Rancher'pointsout.. gift for making this trial.
Hi Neighbors and do have refreshments.. Next meetingwill
membersofthe Hampton Baptist Mr. and Mrs K. Watterson you R..IV,Morgan were Mr. and.Mrs. Bridge Church Sunday morning Trouble with mastitis, leptospi- Write for descriptive circular.
WMU; at her home near Hampton were Starke visitors Saturday.Mr all the favorite recipes ready foe:i Mallory Morgan and family of beon the- third Tuesday in and* evening by Rev. Rixby of rosis, many filth diseases and It's free. Just address Physician's
the Big Day, Sunday? I can hard* i March
;. "Doorposts-- and Gates, a and Mrs. James Thomas White SpringS Lake.Geneva., The' attendance at I even nitrate poisoning has been Appliance Company 9801 Koch
wait i
ly to hear all the beautiful
program onr Jewish mission work; and Mr. and Mrs. William Klingerof singing and taste the delicious Keith Reddish and. Billy Dodd; Birthday Party Sunday School was 39. Everyone traced to stagnant and contaminated Bldg., 2906 Main, Kansas City 8, the- group by Oneonta. Ala. visited Sundayin were Monday visitors in Callahan.Mrs Little Jane Andersen of Ven- is,invited-,,to come to church and ponds and streams. :Missouri.
food church folks
that our women
Mr&.Hill.. tura, California celebrated her
Hampton with Mr. and Mrs. R. Lois Cox. visited Friday to attend Sunday School. Dairymen should drain or fence
Used Christmas cards are being H. Parker. They were enroute are well known for. Yes. Sunday. with her daughter, Marilyn, and third birthday anniversary with Mr. and Mrs.. Richard Jones off stale ponds so dairy cattle Butdo it today before yon lose
collected by the WMU to send to March 2nd is our Church HomeComing family party at the home of her Advertisement)
a the address. (
home from a trip to Daytona son. Pearson at the.University Miss.,Nonna Sweeney CFE mis Day with good singing maternal grandparents on Friday
Beach. Mrs. Parker returned, to Gainesville. dinner guests of the Ralph Mer-
a unary' in Brazil who was formerly work at Sunland'Training Center. starting immediately after Sunday Don't forget 4-H Club Rally night. The dining room was deco- rits Sunday

of Hampton and anyone last weekend after being off for one School.o'clock Dinner followed will be by servedat Day Saturday March 1st at the rated with multicolored:, balloons We regret that Mrs. Julia Johnsis. That's Our Business
wishing to more candies the
give cards and and table was
may bring the last two months from a broken U. S. Building in Starke. r
on the sick list this week.
them to the church or to WMU singing of the songs we all love Ancel Norman'sSunday1 centered with a peppermint candy t If It's Glass We. Have IU!
wrist received at work. Mr. and Mrs. Those,of her children visiting her '
to hear. Be sure to attend the -
members. cane ,cake with three candles. CALL WRITE or VISITI
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pope of Eau evening worship when the HomeComing guests-were-Mr.-and Mrs. Sunday were Mrs. Agnes Mannof
Refreshments were served to Present for the occasion were.her
Gallic are visiting their son-in- .' David Plunkett of'I Gainesville. Ocala. ,Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie' l .r
the 10 present'at the Message will be deliveredby parents and brother. Mark her
meeting, by ;
the hostess, Mrs! Hicks: law. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. our Pastor, Rev. Walter- George'. much Huggins enthusiasm reports and there interest maternal grandparents, Mr. and Andrews of Lake Butler, and Mr. f J Joe: Peters Glass Go
Edward-Saxon this week. was and'Mrs. Beland Johns of Starke.
Tuesday night at' 7:30( is time
Funeral Services Held the market at Mrs. J. G. Caldwell ,her paternal I
For Mrs. P. D. AdWnsMsj Mr. and Mrs.;M. P. Misner and for Elementary PTA Meeting' in concerning last Friday grandmother; Mrs A. V. Anderson ,I Sunday visitors of the Albert FOR ANY GLASS NEED
the meetingheld
:R1 DJ AdJrina oil Dundee.- son ,dr > Destin- near Pensa- the. Elementary 'Cafeteria> in night. Another meeting will be ..Starke: ; and< great greatuncle Moody's were Mr. and Mrs. Jim We. Design Modern Store Fronts
cola, last weekend to take Mrs Starke. Principal Noun, the Faculty ::. Adkins, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie
daughter-in-law! of Mr, and Mrs.J. held at later- date- about, the and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Just Mail Us A Pattern
E. Adkins of Hampton, died Jim Baker and son home after and,your reporter. urge you, to. middle a' March.- Ralph Alvarez A.:Caldwell of Grand Rapids, ,Andrews of Hampton, Mrs. June Tahte.Tops
their two-week visit here. attend. Ems of S. C and
Georgetown ,
Thursday morning Feb. 20. Michigan- and Bradenton Beach.
started this week to contact buy 1313 PL Gainesville Fla., Phone FR. 2-4353,
Mrs R L. Morgan, W. M; U. I N.W(4th
Fune al serv1ces were held.Satur-. ,.Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth t Brown ers 'in the interest of the' Starke Mr and ,Mrs.. Oscar Crosby

dir at'Winter Haven, with burial and' children of Belmont; Miss. President invites.everyone to hear, market advisingthem.that.then visited Mr. Crosby's brother. Colonel I :r .I J

in. ,Santa, Fs cemetery near moved Sunday, into the upstairsof a special program to be. offeredto would'be' good produce on our ..Crosby; Sunday, afternoon at 1_ [ Plumbing At
Hampton Lake. the brick' building on Na' vre the Church Wednesday night '-Q..It8.Best: -
market this A- market Penney Farms.. .
tMfc! and* Mrs., Calvin, Richard St. Mr.*Brown is nephew 01 A. by the W. M. U. ladies as, they ,.-" '-. All Types
manager is assured also. Manyof Crewsandher i s
Mr. and-Mrs. P. S 1
and daughter .and ,Miss Sue A. Brown whose family is livingon observe the Week of Prayer for, ,our farmers are forgetting'the brother, John,Rivers; were in I- MilK -. DELIVERED DAILY:

Stuart? of Ocala.. and' Mrs; 'Joel the ground floor of the build Home Missions. Wednesday nightis cold and rain and have the plantIng Jacksonville Monday Yl l Economical

Smith. and daughter of Jacksonville ing. ,Four of, the Kenneth Brown regular church conference also.C. the weather'' beginsto ; Prices (EXCEPT, SUNDAYS)
fever as
-attended-th -funeral of their children entered Hampton Ele- Hilliard of the U. S. Navyis warm.This is- good because Mr. and Mrs.:W. H.: Richardson t
aunt. Also School this week. enjoying a nine day leave witft of Jacksonville were Sunday call "
and attending were Mf. mentary his parents Mr. and Mrs. Charlie there will 'be- a, need I for more ers of Mrj and Mrs. P.' S. Crews. :' Installation:and ServiceOf PASTEURIZED 26c quart-
Mrs. C. E. Adkins of Okla-{ Mrs. Joan Dankhous and volume-and-a market for the following All Types
Hilliard. He has- just returned Mrs L. W. Pace and son, Calvin,
Mrs. June Ellis of of Ft. visiting .
daughters Myers are produce: string beans, pole .
Georgetown S. from overseas duty in Newfoundland. visited her br< C. this week at Hampton Lake
beans, cucumbers, pepper egg HOMOGENIZED' 28c
t quart
Mr. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Hag-
Mrs. J. G. !
Adkins of with Mrs. Frankie Jean Keyes plant, butter beans sweet; corn <
.- Mrs. Bobby White and children good on Saturday in Jacksonville. G"N'ANNPLUMBING "
ind.tomatoes. If.:you.haven't returned -i ,
of Brooksville visited from Thurs- Mr. #nd Mrs. Pete Harrell, Miss
day to Sunday with her parents, your crop questionnaire' Judy Harrell, Mrs. J. B. Godwin T CO. GRAVES HOME DAIRYPHONE
please do so at. your,earliest possible -
Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Norman. information and* children were sightseeing in 118 Court, Street, ;
convenience. This I.
LAKE BUTLER BOTTLED GASNnw Mrs. Cora Harris of Mariana is I St. Augustine. Sunday PHONE514.J
visiting her sister Mrs. R. 21 is. important i and ,George 441.y'
JIh i Huggins*,will be glad to assist Sunday_spend-the-day guests of !
Markham. you about same. Mr and Mrs. W. H. Williams were NIght Call Collect 2896 Rt. Box,202. Starke, Fla

Serying.Starke Miss in Joyce Morgan Saturday.visited.relatives Let us remember to pray: for her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Keystone ,Heights
Clayton Crawford' who, is still Ut Hundley of ,Jacksonville..
A i stork shower honoring Mrs.
-- --- -
( Miss Bates, student at .
In theiBradfordiCountjrHospitaL Nancy a I

Cooking and Heating 7.50'Per? .Tank Henry night Thornton in the was:home given. of Saturday Mrs.- Again we welcome everyone to FSU. waf at home for the weekend .I

attend and enjoy; with us. our with her parents. Mr. and .
Nadine 'Thornton in Starke. Appropriate
Cooking (only- 8.00 Per Tank ,ames were enjoyed annual Home Coming Sunday- Mrs. Ogden Bates., Nancy received ;

during the evening with prizes bye'' now. a,bid from Kappa.Delta sorority WINK LERS
other. girls
: three'! of the along."with.foUl"
being awarded to
H/o'C/iarge/ / For Installation/ ; ladies. After the honoree openedher WWYY T.YTTTTT T! !' who pledged this.sorority in Tallahassee ,.

lovely gifts' refreshments of :
PHONE LAKE BUTLER HYATT 6-4351 cake and. punch were served by pINkE. 'LVVEL.Mrs : Saturday:, luncheon, guestsr of

the hostess. Mix Dora Lenton were her grand-

Joe Snaw Visitors of Mr. and. Mrs. Bill H. M. McRaeAALAAAAAAALAALAALLSLAAAAA. daughter.Mrs; Henry Greens and CLEARANCE

Green Saturday afternoon were her'great-granddaughter, Donna
'I .J..
Mrs. W.- B"Bishop, Mrs. Lena Green, of Jacksonville.

Gaskins and Mrs. L. M. Murrhee There was a' good attendanceat Mr.; and Mrs..J.'C. Wallace; :Mr. "

Church and Sunday School this and I Mrs. Robert V. Turner and' 'I

week. Rev. W.; E. Hall broughtthe children visited in Keystone N:

message Sunday morning and Heights Sunday afternoon.MT. :
and i Mrs. Louis Dean- hadas
Brother'Roman Alvarez preached
e PRICES ARE DOWN Sunday night houseguests.1. for several 1 days :

We are sorry to'report the illness last week, Mrs. George.Bunch and I

of J. W. McRae and, hope her daughters Miss Ann Bunch of r

r he'will soon be well.' H.- M. Mc- Banner EK; N.. C. ; tbti ; Electric Ranges

Rae is slowly recovering from a Mr.and Mrs. Milo Seigler' and

ON THE long illness: children> spent the day Saturdayat I

-- .\.. Mr. and'Mrs.H..H.' Lewis were Campvillei! with Mrs.. Seigler's a

recent visitors of his'aunt, Mrs. parents.'Mr. and Mrs Bryan

Charity'Glisson of Lake Geneva. Whitfield.Mr .

: BIG SALES, LEADERHere's S in A Mr Georgia: :J.and Mixon;Mrs.this is.week Cecil visiting WaDace'of relatives on children vacation: and of Mrs.Monticello spent. John the ,Crews latter who partof and are )1 0NLY' U$) g LEFT TOGO" 1 ,O 8- ONLY .

New River have moved:to Bayless !the week: with his parents Mr.

Road. We welcome' them here. andMrs.. G, E. Crews. f
John and Sherman -
Friday e
James McRae spent Sunday a
night with Stewart Jones at Key- Crosby \went on a fishing PRICES: LOWER
stone Heights. trip. and!were-so..successful that "

the. two families. gathered Friday r
William Guy Hall of Cocoa night and enjoyed a big fish-fry

a spent Saturday with his parents, were.Mr.. and, I THAN ,
supper. Also present tt I A Ir did.m. +
Rev. and Mrs..W. E.Hall.He also .
Mrs. Malette Hale and little son,I I -. dti'O -
r 4t visited the H. M. McRaes before OI !
of Lake Butler. / RIDICULOUS
returninghome-Sunday /
: Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson,] J

w4' 'Tht.McRaes.ha4.. Sunday 1- and children returned to her ? .

victors:) Mrs., McRae's, mother, parent's home Wednesday night 1 DELUXE

Mrs. Newsomei. Re. Carter pas- after a trip to Miami andj I Key,* .. PUSHBUTTON!

tor of Bayless Highway. Baptist; West. They were accompanied r a RLSy._ 1,' w: ...
Church; GL N Nbnnao.of Heilbrpnn from Cocoa to Starke by Mrs. AJ i e FEATURES. ..

: Mr.>and-Mrs. Russell Me- W,. Anderson*.,Sr. of Starke,, En- 4 11L (?c FSt

Rae andydaughterand ,Mr. and route J they stopped in Orlando to t r "Svp 2600" Cakod )

Mrs. Roscoe:Bullington of Starke. visit Mr,and Mrs. R. H. Cox, former 11 'S x C ; p', :.C S .unit it faster than gas'

residents of the,State Farm, .,L ":, Super Oven cooks
a TTTTTTTTTTT.TTTTT..TTTT1R1SING MrandMrs.. Robert A. paid- meal for 2 or 22-

T i St4 well of Grand Rapids Michiganand timer dodk
\ / Automatic
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.. : a1' ) Bradenton Beach. arrived
Ratable weq'toekN
-J.: .: r- i ti iMp> ;
for, visits
Thursday afternoon a\ ] ft
,PWfl- grfddbroiid
with his nephew and family, the
By Sin. Gordan JonesAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA both optional now or later
__ 'tIiQ,LOW EST-. PR1CE *'family car: i J.. G. Caldwells.

#.J6".,. _, pi M MBB" y On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.J G. Priced
Caldwell and their house-guests*] : \
you ccui'buy! It's the' new visited Mr. and in Switzerland Mrs Eddie Sunday.Norman Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Caldwell and From $138

Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson. Jr.
Dinner.:gu.estsof Mrj and ,Mrs. and children attended a family reunion *

.58 FORD 30e Tmirman Jones Sunday were Mr. of Mrs. Caldwell's family at

CUSTOMTUDOR and Mrs. Bill Lovell of Starke.. Fairfield. In the afternoon! they

Mr: and'Mrs, Russell Carter of visited..Mr. Caldwell's aunts, Mrs. Exchange;

the State Farm visited Mr and Annie -Perkins, and Mrs. Viola I
Mrs. ,E. C. Lewis last, Saturday. Ocala

Mrs. B. A. Shaw of Jacksonvile Mr. and Mrs.,David Linholm of .

spent last weekend with j E. C. Clintonvjlle.. Minnesota, were II IFYOU; ARE THINKING ABOUT AN:
ITS NOT ONLY,,PRICED BELOW,COMPETITION Lewis and family.. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lucian :, ELECTRICU

> IT'S.ACTUALLY.PRICED:LOWER THAN THE,SIMILAR 57 FORD.'". M ". and'Mrs..Charles.Newmans: Conner Callahan from-Fridayuntil,and W. E.Sunday Shan, I Iti

.B.rlaco ton"aur o fwn'.p1r tMaihi+wdpae Run.Attdk& I and and son Mrs.of Lois Gainesville Newmans visited Sunday.Mr.I ley Kirby the drove weekend up from with Miami Mr. and to spend, Mrs. i e.+ flMCE: -. HOW. IS THE TIME TO BUVL 1 H i

Miss Carolyn Jones was an overnight .
Lucian Conner. They werei I ac I
guest of. Miss Nancy Manniof home Sunday by :
companied on
i Starke, last'Tuesday. their wives and families who'have

Motor Co Mrs. C. L. Atkinson of Brooker been visiting.the' Conners' for the f:

: spent last weekend with Mr. and past two weeks. \ 1IKLER': ELECTRIC SERVICE E EI

Mrs., Reed Lewis.. Sunday afternoon' visitors oar i D :

Mrs. Rachel Green and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Conner were I

Victor Jones ,of Brooker visited Mr. Conner's grandparents Mr. I Phone 166 234 N. Are.mtmS. Starke FIa.
-.df,you re ,Interested in an A-1' Used Car'- Be'Sure/to See YouryForiihDealer Temple ,
Mrs. Eddie;.Norman-last Wednesday and Mrs. 1. L. Conner of Starke..hisparents .. ,
rt .- ,- -r.-- and.1 'Hr.- and Mrs,

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.... ............ "TTTTTTTBROOKER. I vices Sunday starting with New Hope' Baptist Church weather is
urday night. J net at the home of Linda Green YYYTTTYYTYT YTTYYYTTTYYYYYYTYYYY YYYYYYTYYYYYT on good Baptism will be
Buddy Stokes of Starke and Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. Sunday School. The spirit was New Hope.Baptist Ch: rch. Rev. held for Bro. "Rip" immediatelyafter
Mrs. Wilma Fipps and daughterand I The meeting was called to order NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED high all day. Visitors included: 1.. W. Moseley, pastor conductedthe morning service. Communion

< Harbort Fipps of Jacksonvilla: by the vice president Linda CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Rev. Randolph Sister Larkin and funeral of the late Evelyn I service at 7 p. m. All members are
visited the H. E. Stokes family :::;reen. Berrien of Jacksonville. Serviceswill Franklin at the church on last asked to attend. Sis Mae Dean,
By Barbara Sue Davis be held throughout the day Friday morning at 11. Great
Sunday. Miss Dorothy Ross instructorf Ozora J. Shell trib- reporter, ,

&&&&&&&&&&&&&AAAAAAA... Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sorrells the club, introduced Miss - - - Sunday. At 3:30: the First Born ute was paid to this woman as Week-End Visitor
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Short of and baby of Jacksonville visited I Robinson, a representative of Clay AAAAAAA&A &&&A& AA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi! Church of Jacksonville will have a worker Ii\ the church especially Mrs. Maude Ellerson Magee,
Mrs. Scrrells' parents, the L. L. Polio charge. On Friday, March '7 Rev. the Sunday School Music was daughter of Sister Laura Whit-
Gainesville were weekend guestsof ]Electric: who gave a demonstration Drive Ends Beach is serving as visiting teacher -
Dyals, Sunday. A. Crum will preach for Sister furnished by the community choir more, paid a whirlwind visit to
Mrs. Amanda Lewis. t on the electric skillet and its According to Chairman L. M. at RJE under the cooperative
Wilbur Barry Allen Lewis, isage. Royal the Polio Drive has ended supervision of Supt. Morgan Kelly's Club. The general publicis under the direction of Ozora Starke from Hebe Sound, where
Joan Campanella of Grahamwas John Green, and Lavern Dyal invited to hear Rev. Crum as Shell, resolution In behalf of the she works for Admiral and Mrs.
The delicious cake very successfully with a grand Supv. Shell. Prin. Thompkins and
the weekend of pineapple
guest Jean
I were at the car races in Daytona he is a gospel minister. We have community churches by Deacon E. O. McDonnell. She was accompanied
Endicott. baked t during the demonstrationwas $142.83 from the collec- R. Dell, Jr. who is his Critic
Sunday. received greetings from our for- A. O. Jenkins remarks Deacon by the son and daughterof
1 served to the members with tions in the schools; churches and teacher. Taylor is a resident of
Kenneth Green of Wildwoodand Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry of mer church mother Sister Katie Julius V. Royal. Carters ,Funeral Mrs. Lula Singleton "Lil Sis"
community. She wishes to thank Daytona. Beach and Starke and
Cokes at the close of the meeting.
Jackie Green of Palatka vis- Gainesville. Shirley Green and Ferguson who now lives in Brook- Home of Jacksonville was in is a faithful member of St Moriah
all principals, pastors and other is majoring in social studies. He
ited their parents, the Roy Rodger Stone attended the GoldRecord Those attending the meeting lyn, New York. Sis Wilhelmena charge of arrangements and con- Methodist Church and is activein
community persons that assisted spent the first two weeks observ-
Greens, over the weekend. performance in the Armory ;were Virginia Parrish, Argent strong reporter.. v I ducted the "final rites with much the church and communitywork
her in this drive. The he has two '
followingis ing, now completed
Mrs. G. W. Davis Barbara Sue in Jacksonville Saturday romlinson. Betty Tetstone and I Mount Moriah Methodist Church dignity..Out of town relatives Included in West Palm Beach. She
to weeks of actual
j an accounting the nearest teaching. He
Linda Green. James L. Franklin of Long will return to Starke enroute to
Davis, and Jean Endicott were in night. Mount Moriah Methodist
figure on the school salesof seems to have great promise as a
Gainesville Saturday and visited Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Crosby t potato chips and collections in classroom teacher. We are all Church, Rev. Blount, pastor held Island N. Y. John Peter Frank- New York in mid-spring.

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie George. and children of Gainesville visit- yyyyyyyyyYyyyyyyyyyyyyy coin cards: Wateroak. PrincipalM. trying to help him. He expects to morning worship at New Bethel lin and Mrs. Mary Carter of Jack-

Kenneth Green Dickie Davis ed Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Crosby E. Roberts, $12; Hampton M. graduate in May 1958. His brother Baptist' Church on last Sunday. sonville.obituary which Miss Diggs reflected read the Let Us Estimate Your
and Terrell Green were visiting Saturday. NORTH SlOE Taylor Principal: $27; Thurston Dewey Taylor Jr. is a veteran The choir\sang under the direc- but useful life. All a Next Job
friends in Palatka Saturday after- i Mrs. Edna Hayes and Mr. and S. C. Price, Principal; Anderson and enrolled in the adult classesat tion of Mrs.W. Brooks. Ushers friends members and
noon. Mrs. O. C. Haze of Gainesville By )[rs. Carl Brown Junior High Lawtey, $100, C. C. RJE. were also en duty for the church.A church are asked to attend CLARENCEWALKER
were dinner guests of the Guy collection of over $27 was rais on Sunday starting withSunday
Little Cherie Hintson is visiting Anderson; Principal; RJE $218 E. Card Of Thanks
her.father Bill Hintson in Olsmar Harrell family Sunday night. & &&&&A&&AAAA&.4.... i Thompkins, r1nc1pal. ,,Mrs Juan- Franklin ed and left with- the church. At School.
Rev. and Mrs. J. P. Antioch
Baptist Church
for a, few days. Bryant Moore of Atlanta is Church ita Dinkins 'was' more than grate- James L. Franklin Mary Carter 7 p. m. a return visit was made .
Mr. and Mrs. visiting his mother Mrs. Felia by Rev. A. Vinson pastor of New Antioch Baptist Church Rev. Painting Contractor.
Saturday night Last Sunday Gerald Suggs of ful to this group for the fine report and other relatives wish to thank George Lee
Moore, and brother Buford fora Choir No. pastor, will hold regular Also ,
Warren Mizelle visited Mrs. Mizel- Baldwin preached the morningand and will come to RJE some- all for condolences, ser- Bethel, accompanied by
persons service
le's father who is a patient in the few days. evening services at-the North time in the spring and make an vices and prayers during recent 1 under the direction of 1' Sister with on Sunday starting House Washing And
Gainesville Hospital.. I Mrs. Jessie H. Sullivan was Side Church. He was accompanied award of merit to Chairman bereavement.,These are the things Lottie English and ushers led by Carter in School at 10. Supt. Mildew Treating
Muriel and Ruth Mann were visiting Mrs. John Tate in Gain- President Wilson. All present'enjoyed will be
in the evening by Mrs. Suggs Royal for the very fine leadership that have sustained us. May God furnished by the choir featuring PHONE. 2.8t77'Gainesville
released from the Lake Butler esville Thursday afternoon.Earl spiritual feast and a COL-
and W. B. and Mrs. Silcox. Due provided. Much credit is also to bless all. a Miss Jessie
Hospital Saturday and are hometo Green and Mrs. Dot Nor to the cold weather attendancewas be gives Mesdames Pauline Mar- you I lection of over $28 was raised and Louisa Mae Sewell and Sis. Fla.
Music Specialist Resumes Work Brown soloist. If the
their friends. ton were given a surprise weiner less than usual. shall, and Mary Lee Frazier who I left with the pastor, officers and as -
Mr. and Mrs. Ercell Edwards roast at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Church Activities headed up the Mother's Marchon Mrs. Florentine Williams coun- members of Mt. Moriah. A special
and daughter of Raiford and Mr. Howard Douglas Saturday nightin Monday, February 3. The ty music teacher has returned to Missionary Meeting was held at
Monday night the W. M. D.
and Mrs. T. B. Edwards were honor of their birthdays. Those Drive has ended but we must'not i duty after a brief maternityleaveIt's the church last Saturday. Repre- .
will meet at the home of Sister
Sunday guests of Mrs. Eva Har- present for the occ/sion were; Myrtle Alvarez. stop in our fight against' Polio. ; a girl for Florentineand sentatives from Jacksonville included i r
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green, Linda. Now is the time to take your chili Nelson Williams and a sister Mrs. E. M. Hurley and NOTICEAccording
relLMr. Tuesday evening at 7:30 the for their little "Nicki". All
: son
and Mrs. Jerry Windhamof Green, Mrs. Betty Gainey and dren to,the clinic or family doc- teachers from BoylanHavenSchool.
Brotherhood will meet in the the members of the schools
Orlo Vista Mr. and Mrs. Ora children, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwards ..*' tor to get shots of the Polio vac-: Bro. William Holland, reporter -
Guarino of Jacksonville, and Mr. Mr and Mrs. Frank Tinney church. v cine. Don't delay start today. throughout the county are pleasedto .
of Or- and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Wednesday evening the regular have her back with us. We feel
and Mrs. German Torres BasketballOn Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church
to Sec. 7 Article 10 Florida
that the music will be better than of Constitution
will be held. .
of Green and children. Rev. and Mrs. prayer meeting'
lando were weekend guests Mr. Monday March 3 at 8 p. m. Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church,
James Temple and Mr and Mrs. Thursday there will be a spec- ever during the spring and the :
and Mrs. R. J. Jones. C. C. Anderson Junior High will Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor held
Mr. and Mrs. Rayford Brannenof L. L. Dyal. ial evening ,service conducted by play Bryant Academy of Yulee. commencement sea tn. Mrs. Wil- the second quarterly conferenceon

Raiford. Mrs. Pearl Raulersonof Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harrell and Rev: Mallard of Georgia. Both /these' games promise to liams is highly qualified holdingthe Sunday with Elder Jenkins of

Pahokee, and Mr and Mrs. daughters and Mr. and Mrs. M. Saturday evening there will be be thrilling ''from start( to finish. Masters in Music from Uni- Lake City in charge. All leaders Every person who has been receiving
Frank Reynolds of Reddick attended D. Harrell and daughter were choir practice. versity of Nebraska. As soon as
Coaches C. Johnson and C. C. and boards are to be complimented -
Rock Church Sunday. visiting at Salt Springs Sunday. Sunday there will be the regu 'Anderson are using audiovisualaids her duties simmer down a bit she I on the very fine reports that Homestead Exemption and those expect
and Mrs. Bes- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson an4 lar Sunday School, morning and may be able to start an applied
Mrs. Mary Green and every method possibleto they made both literary and
music class which will be ing to receive it for the first time should
sie Brown visited Mrs. Virgie Halein baby of Jacksonville were week- evening Service and Training have the teams at their best financial. A. C. E. League will be ,

King Memorial Hospital in end guests of Mrs. Groover Thom- Union.A in performance on Monday night. beneficial to the community held at 3 p. m. Sunday with Miss without fail sign the application
churches who have to bring on or
special invitation from Rev. ,
Lake Butler Saturday afternoon.Mr. Come and see the future Tigers Fannye Belle Frazier in charge
and Mrs. Frank Tinney and as.Sally Merchant of Gainesville, Lee of Heilbronn Church to attend and Tigerettes in action. On Friday qualified musicians from the Missionary Meeting at 4 p. m. E. before April 1st of each year with the
R. G. Thomas Jennie Wait, and their Home Coming has been nearby counties to play for theirchoirs.
sons, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green morning the RJE boys and Givens In charge. Please meet at
and daughtersvisited the. R.T Wilbur Thomas attended the car sent to members of the North girls will leave for the tournamentin Lets try to develop some ,.the church. Holy Communion will Tax Assessor.

Dukes family in Lake Butler Sun- races' in Daytona Sunday. : Side Church. St. Augustine. 'The boys will music majors from Starke and be given by the pastor at 6 p. m.

day afternoon. Aubrey Hazen visited his moth" Locals play at 8:30: a. m. and will face I Bradford County. All members are asked to attend'
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lewis er, Mrs. E. M. Hazen. in Wildwood Mrs. Jessie Summerville of the tough team from Dunnellon.At American Legion Post and get spiritual strength renewed

and children of Jacksonville visit- Saturday.Mrs. Pineville N. C. visited Mrs. Mar- the coronation on Wednesday And Auxiliary through the Lord's Supper. Our
ed Mr. and Mrs. Pitt Baxter Sun- Aubrey Hazen. Mrs. Flora garet Brown. Johnny Jackson was still hopefulof Post 314 and the Auxiliary will sick include Sister Helen Smith Everyone who has bought or sold property duringthe

day. Mrs. Baxter visited her Green, and Mrs. La Dora Bryant Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Brown of bringing the championshipback meet on Sunday at 2 p. m. at and Bro. Willie Bass who will ap past year, should file a return on this, in orderto
mother in Jacksonville a few days accompanied Neil Hazen to Hope the State Farm had as Sunday to Starke. Lets keep our RJE. All persons are asked to be preciate your cards, letters flow-
last week. Haven Hospital in Jacksonville. dinner guests; Mrs. Lucille Rowe fingers crossed. present as business of vital importance ers or visits. We ask you to remember insure the correct assessment.

Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor of for his annual check-up last week. Mrs. Jerry Hardenbrook Mr. and Certified To"Teaeh' must be transacted. It's them in your prayers. E.

Palatka visited the Roy Green Sidney Hazen son of Mr. and Mrs,. Carl Brown. and children, Rev, John:Peter Franklin, for- time to order poppies, final re- J. Givens, reporter.
family'' Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Aubrey Hazen, celebrated his and Rev. Lee. merly'a student in the Adult'Edu ports for the banquet by both

.- and Mrs. T. W. Markey, ninth birthday with a party at Mrs. Jessie Scott spent last cation'classes of RJE was recently -. groups and installation of officers. RETURNS ON PERSONAL PROPERTY AND IN-
Mrs. Rosie Pinholster, Mrs. Mary his home Thursday afternoon. week with her mother. Mrs. Cora certified by the State Depart- All chairman are asked to attend FOR DEPENDABLE

Green, and Mrs Mattie Sowells Games were played and the prize Bell Jones of Fernandina. Mrs. ment of Education, Tallahasseeto so that you may get your TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY ARE ALSO

attended funeral services of Turner won by Remcna Harrell. Refresh- Jones has been ill recently. teach "Bible." He is the second report blanks and fill them in BEING TAKEN. "

Markey Thuisday afternoon in ments of birthday cake, ice cream Those from North Side who at .student of the adult school that and mailed to the district chairman Termite Control

High Springs. and cup cakes were served to the tended the Associational Sunday has made a significant achieve- i before April 1st. The Dis-

Mr.and Mrs. C. J. Tetstone and 30 guests present. Mrs. Guy Har- School at Maxville Thursdaywere ment. Deacon Henry Bryant was trict Oratorical contest will be 0 Household A Commercial

children: and Mr. and Mrs. Buck rell and Mrs. Lucille Fairchild Mrs. Gladys Carter, Mr. and awarded his high school diploma held on Sunday March 9 and Feet Control All! the above are Due on or
Tetstone of Gainesville visited assisted Mrs.; Hazen. Mrs. J. C. Anderson. Mrs. Eva through the adult school. A class plans are being made for a Divi-

the George Tetstone family Sat The Brooker Senior 4-H ClubSHEPHERD'S Whittaker, Mrs. Orene Cowart in religious and spiritual values sion 'meeting on March 30. Dea- Grove Spraying Before
and Stephen Cowart. in general education can be organized con Julius V. Royal, Vice-Com April 1st of Each Year.
A. R. Sapp and 0aU FB. 6-6055
Mr. and Mrs. if there are as many as mander V I

son Lynn, attended the birthday 2p persons interested in this Anderson PTAAccording GENE LONG
party for Henry Taylor of Mid- courseIt will be especially help- to the reporter, Mrs.C. Florida Peat Control

pre8ent8 dleburg. There were 54 friends at ful to Sunday School superintendents Johnson the Adult Talent & Chemical Co. TAX ASSESSOR _
the party. teachers B. T. U.,'A. C. E., Show will not be presented on
MrsMaude Wainwright spent Y. P. D.;Missionary workers, and March 4 but will be postponeduntil t 24 'N. W. 16th Ave BRADFORD COUNTY ..

the weekend with her daughter,, religious education' workers gen a later date which will be Catoeevffle, Florida I

Mrs. Alton Boles of Waldo. Sun- erally..The Bible may not te the announced in this paper. Due to

\ i day they visited"- Mrs. Wain- I very easiest book to study but it I the- cold weather the PTA was .

wright's mother, Mrs. Susan Sapp is the very best book to study. unable to hold enough rehearsalsto

'- in Gainesville This class, if organized, 'will be develop the very fine type of
( Mrs. Jeanette Gaskins of Avon under the direction of Principal program they plan to present. "FLORIDA-raadd product gird you mor ."

.- I Park met with us last Sunday.Mrs. Eddie Thompkins at RJE so per- Regular hobby activities are still (

r Mae Bomrisuto of Jack- sons interested may call 25-J or being conducted on the second
sonville spent from Thursday to come to the school and make ap- and fourth Tuesday nights. All

Sunday with her mother, Mrs. M. plication.We are still hoping that patrons and friends are invitedto Join in the 3rd annual

ti L. McDaniel. classes in sewing, cooking, and attend. Support your basket-

1r- \ I i! fftttll typing will develop. We have qualified ball teams by attending the game (
IffffltftfIffIf certified teachers ready and Monday, March 3. Bro. Linwood

willing to serve you. Crawford, president, Mrs. Sadie "FESTIVAL of FLORIDA PRODUCTS"
CLAY HILLby Internship At RJE Clark sec'y. C. C. Anderson,

'M, Mr. Hardwick Taylor, son of principal C. Johnson, reporter ..p .r ,..., ,gyrsar.e .Iffy
18pt.Y i. 1 Bin. I. L. -StricklandtAAAAAAAAAAiiiAttAAAAAAA Mother Louise Wolfe of Starke Church News
i 27-MARCH *
and Dewey Taylor, Sr. of Daytona First Born Temple FEBRUARY

Beach, Fla. a senior at Be-: First Born Temple Elder P. ": )

This correspondent had cut one tune-Cookman College, Daytona, Howard pastor held regular ser- A"
of her main typing fingers very i
TU iMfcly, t d2 asw.abl. h.ana. i; 'd Inm PMMttb. to Iq Vtrf, tU 7.500 different probe!
"HigSStwpfciMie. badly last week, therefore
a.d hry .* U .b.iy or to write any news, and to be made, grown or preceded in Florida iri ia the tpotLght of
try I r
UM bark*gray*ka.2UU2.fwiihM. Ottv r fi* real truthful no one had told her 1 wswrurr values. .. the better to acquaint JOB with their superior quality

any news, so she and the knife irNCC and lerviceability. .. ;

RCAVlCTOR TV aren't all who are to blame for ink far It*. during &t Testiut e/Florida Producto" .

no news. manufacturer and nerdunU ill over the Sunihia State wifl

Glad to see Minnie Moore able JEFFERSON joia ia special programa pointing out how jou proit by buying
A kind of table TV s1 9 to be and around again after ,, :
new ck up llorida-made product for yourtelf...for relative and friends.') "
for > new high in TV enjoy. N'v+ pot to w0b her seige with the flu. She was L COUNTY -, for tolls back North!
ment RCA\tctor's Roe klyn. a fds do se ?d wh e our "delivery boy" again last

It saves space-yet brings tasibtpek week.. r County Seat 1i V _
you the brightest, clearest a" o'+er ,t Glad to hear that Ida Mae MONTICELLOJefferson r,+.. _
"Mirror-Sharp" picture ever. "onrtouch Manning is improving nicely from _
Has Improved Balanced Fidelity Newontcol f
to }
her recent injury. She hopes
FM Sound,tool! r7wwirvg
be home before long.
@ l Sorry to hear Friday of last &

Come In today! "'UM'HF.vHf'epbaI,,,, week'that Jonell Strickland had
to be rushed to the hospital a r f
Ait.Utf*.tCA Vkfcr fefenr Swvfca Carted uthttkJy far ICA VKtwnt.wears.
few days before an appen-
dectomy. We wish for her speedy

w recovery to normal health. I
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February 13 the snow we had ,. .. ._. L
in this section fouled up the -
ventilation'pipes to the Clay Hill
County was founded January 20, 1827, being
TV ServiceAll school, blew the fuses and they named for United States President Thomas Jefferson who -

couldn't have any heat, so the died the year preceding the county's founding. The picturesque *
children rejoiced because of the courthouse at Montkello is modeled after Jeffer

snow. It was the first snow they son's home of the same name. Agriculture, timber and
had seen and they had a holidaytoo. naval stores, are the chief revenue sources of the county

Work Guaranteed Free Estimate During this cold seige our which is bounded on the north by Georgia and by the Gulf
thermometer on the front porch of Mexico on the South. Spanish -mission ruins dating back O. > 1n

v Fully Equipped Dependable registered 13 degrees. Last Friday to the 16th century are located near Waukeenab

morning at 7:30: it registered 14. rs
All Makes and ModelsSHEPHERD'S Monday morning, same time, we Jefferson is a progressive county. In it, and throughout C ,
had warmed up to 48. Yougan Florida the United States Brewers Foundation works con-
Padgett says this cold winter has stantly to assure the sale and ale under pleasant,
folks who have orderly conditions. Believing that strict law enforcementserves
been bad onthe
RADIO & TV had to buy wood, but it sure has 'Foundation the best stresses interest close of cooperation the, people with of Florida the Armed, the lo: ts ,

INMAN D. GREEN Owner helped him.out as he has been Forces, law enforcement and governing officials in its"selfregulation"
supplying, a good portion of this program -

TV Radio -- Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone wood. We are all glad that some .

one can get out and hunt wood ,S Sa.s'uae Serrias" w taadoiro tta+idu, sw.,.far karer ,
239 Starke Fla. for us-that is the ones of us
who have to depend upon the BEERWFJLORIDX'SUGBT :\\1>)1.10.., Unittd Slain Brttttn &iea..,degriadly! ..

Color T.Y. Headquarters wood for heat. BRI08TOF : ;. e. Foundation"... IIioitieai :,, FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY l+
We hope ,we can do better with : 201*. KM 56twtof
the news next week, but we need MQPJftAtlQN I ... 0.--. ,.....

help. -