Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 2, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03363
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Local/ Man Offers Advice -.,,-

Of 102 Years' Experience BFORI' COUNTY TELEGWH

o\lnough,! he niakeh no claim to
vnat .>tIt. the oldest person in

Ilradfor.i County might well be Official County Publication Established In 1879

Walter lUmle Dick) Donnelley

". .'t>.Table colored man who lives Uncle x OLOIK SKVENTY-SEVEN :ST.\I Kt:, FLOKIDV nan \\'. M \K II .>. !II! :>I; M MIJI.K: -THIKT -t"11 U

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tr I. .-vnme: southeastern: tip of 1% 1 ; ; Criminal Activity New Bradford Public
Ii' ul-.oid: County. r, ccUKn ( -,- Pilot Killed As I Drops In Starke County Library School

: .: jins.ngly spiy for a man of

:. ('ii1-. Uncle Dick says that '\ mly! t'ojSC were bruun
1 11 1 i.m last Christmas Dav Donnelley Navy Jet Crashes i l.i'r-; the Mayor's Court in the Open House Scheduled For Tomorrow. Planting Park

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Dates ii Stevens Lake : ; i Wnl'is :tro,1nne; M.u At Fair Grounds
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". Uncle Dick is 111 anil : 1111111 tlnrgul:: with .its- .
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i h' '4 wrong" he says "1 to : 1.1 practice i ius \ : I f' I I' '; ''' :;, 0 'to': ": LW.o.. ''''j' ; II' ,, .. :' 'r':.".

1".t I \\as one month olderM.v : ,, t', ..''_ed ir' .'I'', I I ,r'" '.' 10\ ::Ut': it :: : '" ..
-: Janie McCray. whose :j'.' Luxe: on the Camp Biandervation. 1 .- :,:,' pc ": : 'i;.-n: ; nd ;or hoiXM. : .-; 'h"} --e.v. i :1. .. H >
;Mi 1f If 1- ,
r the; drug in -
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f years _,, .
many ,
u Mrs. C. L Sv'!' !fl.! Tr.'asiirei: .
01' <'II i ..\hpn she died and that: ry :i",' tlier, Edward J. MaiKext : on ;!h. [pCt'J', '.'. m !M i '
!1 i E) PHI Libnnv Committee Co-Chair- !oi i itoi 'l : ... r. .1.,, ,, .-
mohern _
time My 't New Rochelle]] N. Y.sa ; U' : v
li.iif ago. :
I : uLi.LL k I h( ", 'n }Ir!'. P. J. Quattlebaum. and : .
::1 i[ her mother when Mici! Days .' : ti to Fighter Squadron _!.. '.' tint' Librarian Mrs. Bert Mr1 j: Fair GraivN; 1 i ., !bn r FFA students' !"C jjr Ilu '
I was born and told me JIll, based at Cecil Field. :.nil rs : i u"; :
I ; : \ \\ at the !
; ;. nnfs \\ preside l offirialM
a.I.$01 and Mr. Wood the ". .
.ihoiit it." ., on a routine training fhj.'it!' i : 01 II.ah: -
.l- ocnmng.'e ;
Came With Skte't Navy: divers working in in. i ,, I : t- 1 and a mist propagation tan. : '
-- 12; < said! that all' of the i
t I'mle Dick was torn in .KI' this week were able ti'.over < t ,' .. oii,) voiunipx' in the permanent the growing of seeds or > ..t.-!: :
i urleston.i: S. C. and at the age I ing cotton A in.: ,r.i. i u il'K' in:j; a,. a.nst the gnarled I only fragments of "11' _ _ 't a f 'ortioii]:. will be circulated after I: has been installed bv Mr II 11'

I.: one month was brought to father as overseer trunk of an ancient "rubber" .uicraft l! which sank immediate1:\ ,.I ., : IffT- ....murrow'I'n though catalog- ( Chins'class.. Water facilities ),njbeen \ ,

K'onda' along with other slav's,1 When the Civil \\'
h. a big cotton planter< .! named Uncle Die!; relates, ")11'. Cadi IloIIII'1l4'y. holds tt\u-i_ l'.1r-old not yet teen determined I it ) l School Librarian Mrs. < Starke.

William Cade. During the journey I gave all the slave.s their fret dum I'atvi L.tUiiiiKiilunks: one Witnesses at a nearby mining I g'l \V Cre.ssler has undertaken i The Planting Park. \ h" i.

the party ran into a terrific and granted each one some land of l Iii'i. mall) gramlihildrcn. operation stated that the plane 'il 4 i 'i task of classifying and ort 1'is hoped will eventually
". rm and Uncle Dick says his I and a home. The lest of the apparently[ "disintegrated" in *nan 1 ,,.__)' -_ e_- :. /mp the books by sections i I two specimens! of eaoh.ir.it\

mother saved him from drowning I land he sold to the late J. S before hitting the watel-I'\:; -- \ ii the aid of students who have properly identified i with a marker

r> Dutuntr him in a dishpan.Mr I Crlner, who farmed in the aiea Retires Starke eral said they thought th.. one :- ,- .1,- ; & ", 'ii-i! their time but the pres- will serve two worthwhile: [n,?

('ad.' settled in the area :I for many years. 4 of the wings snapped off I b- --e -:..lggpr'Ichedule.\ may take :1 poses, according to Gibson:

:nen known as Brooklyn lust ,' "Among the slaves he freed the fatal crash.; ,"nf:! ,I-> two years. ;i First: it will be a field j 1 itbori-

n.'h. of the present site Of Key- were the Nelsons] the Staikes, Police PostTh. Navy authorities made no mm i I !U2mive1m i -<>ld library wa.i I! tory. close by the school wnen-

one Heights He starter prow- (Continued on Page 10)) ment except to confirm that 1 im' j .".'.i tRill the Women's Club students in grades one through::

'I' jet failed to pull out of I i'.s diu t 1w. _;,, '''Il'I\! n!( when; new acquisitions I I 10 may study the growth: of

11:agnation of Staike'i' and revealed that Marker .to' __ J mctia.sms!; traffic made it plants as part of their ,...iem ei
Girls Top Boys As Season lire( otficer :\ "
Cage Iat.hewlorgan
other planes participating in the ")!::1I.. al I to operate there any I i studies and learn how to plant
I : o became 65 years of age last exercise were dropping non-ex Dorothy Ross, standing, former StarUe Woman's ( lull treasurer. ,'m1: 1 1 '1nl! transplant for home beatifi

ua; 19 was accepted last weekj i plosive practice bombs on target: ,. \tatches Ir". I' .1. (!iiattlt.haiimu, present treasurer and I.iliran' ( om- Them i!. a great neej for help cation.
Records Are Tallied For BUS tI iCity Council, which passed
,-nncurrent resolution at its :!, anchored in the shallow lakeA niittee ( liairman, rhetU out a tiooK for her from the K OliO \olume "1 the i.italojiuing project and Secondly] : properly extvu'e.l: _.

., ;' helicopter wa.c sent to the I ruihvtitm of I the Bradford County Public I ibrarj at the claM Ii-out I"\.mt' v.:i>!hmg to donate hisdesk the Planting Park could be developed -
gular meeting Tuesday evening,
scene immediately with a doctor in the Ubran's home al the : ; in ,' tnido! -o contacting into a tourist attraction
The basketball season ended last points in 20 games, foi a 50.4 average -: ,. 'iiimending him for his years of new o\i- \trcultitrc:; : Building -Mies

week for the girls and boys at per game Their opponents rviee to the city but only] Markey's partially-open I iarl..... :MP''ih or :'01'" :MiMaines, at Gibson said that while some

Bradford High, and the boys on I scored 1.114 points for a 55.5 aver Morgan served -' parachute floating on the lake I _ _ _ _ any time i! trees have already been planted
was found until divers arrived to many more are needed and he
the basketball squad have either age. The Tornadoes averaged 19
for 15 years onto .. .
joined forces with the track team field goals per game to their opponent.s ** Starke police| comb the lake bottom. I Raymond Will Be : requested that both youngster

onder Coach Criawell or the baseball 20.1. Weaknesses at the force and before'' This is the second time that a .: and adults in the county donate

team under Coach Hull. free throw line hurt the Torna that served for| Jet has crashed in the closed Candidate For trees not over three feet high
which is used asa and shrubs the He
exclusively for
lake project.
The doea. Glenn Reddish the lead
girls with Mrs. Nina An- was 15 years as an

drews as Coach had a highly successful ing scorer with 311 points for a Ocala policeman j target area. A third jet from I I School Board added that the specimens proper
.1 west of starke iv identified should
5.5 followed McGee Cecil Field crashed be brought to
season, chalking up 15 average. by and for 10 years
it f ( several weeks but the pilot ;Mr Hutchins at the High School
against 3 losses while the A-squad j I with 169 for an 8.5 average aver- : J with the force at : ago
f s Jumped in time and was uninjur- \ I a.i. K.tvuionil. !lot tl inii.iii Agriculture Building.
boys closed out their eeason with age Kopelousos with 151 for 1.6. the state prison. ,
I J; ;
only 8 wins against 12 losses. Their Davis with 144 for 7.4 and Law- __'- '. YarorV.. T. .ieH. this lAi-t-k announced 1- : Here is a list of the specimensneeded
io -
for S boo
last loss was last Wednesday night I son with 125 for an average of 65. Jackson and Po- candidacy :
to Bishop Kenney of Jacksonville The remaining points were scored -. lice Chief W. E. edBuilding Board member from Resident' TREES Slash pine, short
51-44 In by substitutes. Permits j I District: No. 'J! ( South Starke i II leaf leaf ,
the District Three Tournament Thornton both ,, pine long pine spru'e.Sandl
School Board 4 -
held at Jacksonville Beach. Girls RecordCoach ; congratulated him on his retirement the May piimanes. pine laurel oak, sycamore,

The boys played well against theNo Andrews and I her girls can I. and Chief Thornton express-, member are toted on count a magnolia, magnolia sweet bay.

2 seeded team and had they still look forward to another successful td the good wishes of his fellow I Reflect Starke large. :' i'- red maple, loblolly bay fever

teen able to connect with their season next year The officer in the Starke department. !! Mr. Raymond has lived a a __ t tree rose bay), flowering dol'.iI -

tree throws. may have pulled a girls played outstanding ball this He served in World War I from 1: Starke: for the past 29 year.1He '- I .'. .I.1 redbud cherry laurel. Uder-

major upset season to ring up their 15 victor- 1913! to 1919. was Police Chief of Business GrowthA I is a graduate of Bradford lieu : 1) tiy. wII,1| plum wild cheny.

The brignt spot for the boys was (Continued on Page 10)) the City of Ocala from 1919 to I .school a member of the Ftr-.1; I Id' | i nhapple.; wild persimmon.

'Baptist Church, the Miin I I"ipan, > -.' persimmon, hickory
i their winning the Northern Divi-, 1929 served as Chief Deputy '
ton of their Conference to be run- I i Sheriff of Dixie County from special review of 195 Cit.\ ijnde, \; Order of ;Moose American b'.n-k walnut, pecan varieties,

lu-rs-up to champion Seabreeze oft Kelly Announces 1929 to 1931. waa employed at I, of Starke building permits byTli : ',".n. jinH Q \'"><"-an ..f V Airerican holly, yaupon holly.

aytona Beach. They received a llaiford State Farm between 1934 <-' Telegraph this week revealed I :, \l':.r II I HI- i.wnhis hom Hi -- pear, r< <1 cedar tangerine, sour

i'andsome trophy for their efforts. For Re-Election ind 19 13, and has workej for the : that new construction valuationin Strk; mi! I N !trried!. t' *hi. .. orange sweet orange, grapefruit,
L -
Five of their 8 victories were ('itv Of Starke since 1943. the city more than doubled! 'riO'! V tii-i\ ;Moon -- sitsuma camellia oleander mimosa -

against Conference opponents. Council Chairman James Lewis last year though there was a Mrs. t. L. Scholl left president of the :Marke Woman's Club, camphor. crepe myrtle

Gus Kopelousos was honored by xtenc1t',1 the official thanks of marked decjease In the nuniU'i rt ; : checks! through a book a. Mrs. M. \\'. C'ressler, right, Library Com- cabbage palm pindo palm arborvitae

:r.is teammates this week when "he (city to Morgan for his work ; of new homes erected. nuitec Chairman piuU-s last-minute! shelf rearrangements in preparation podocarpus White oak

they chose him Captain of the 55- "n the force and lauded his finerecord The total value listed for l.'SS: I for the new ( mintj Ubrarj'njwn house Salufll.l The VINES AM* l'itmt'usT.E; [)

,iii season. permits of all types issued by I ED
reading tallies show n are "III) a small part of the main sta Coach hobbs announced that 8 __ As matter the the City Clerk's office during
a of policy City i Wild
the new library' quarters, n\er :-;larl"1rkulture: Building. jasmine primrose jusI
tmys earned letters 7 of them sen- '*,iimi-il I'! 1955: was $1.151,307 an increaseI
requires mandatory re- I I mine, yellow azaleas, wild hv-
ore and one a lOth-grader. Let- r 'lement. of city employees at age I $605,209 over the $51C09 j drangea Pfitzer's Jumper, Adim\ -

ti-rmen are Kopelousos Reddish! '"> or at 70; if a physical rl'port'' 19.'it 1 total. Bradford School Airs. Crosby I needle (bear grass), coral honey-

Jerry Lawson Buck Gill Billy 'lined! at 65 years show good The new $360,053: Bradford .. suckle Indian azalea. whitt' aZalea -
Harrington Kenneth Noegel Ran- \ho't, :' County Hospital helped swell the Announces Her
it !th nnd the pleasure of theme I Kurume azalea, shore juniper !-

.:.all Davis and sophomore Curtiss -"' 'i i.e favorable] to continued figure past the million mark, bu Music Festival i I i coontie, grapes (all!! varieties i

Mi-Gee Next year's team will ",'n1o'mt'nt. 18,601 in commercial permits Candidacy wisteria pink azalea.] Frl'nf'h'

have to be built around ;McGee as which increased by 5116,301 over ./:
4 7 Morjjan f>vrtred his rfesiie! to : !I mulberry (beaut yh >rry). bnothnricassia. :
letterman and 19:>I's $102.300: was responsible
;lie only returning 'iro and submitted hi5 resigna- -- .
.Ma.: ::1 i I. Crosby. Supervisor
members of this year's B-squad: for most of the spectacular jump. Plans Announced '! .
'I n n'inr to the required! retire411 '1h' ..-.latum, unr.oun cs her FI.OWEP.S AND nORflF.H.";
r. -
:'am ., ,"' -I'view Only 35 nl'hou.es: valued at :
Any of ;he perennial type
.indI": '! \ tor re-election. She
Tin, ve.ir's team scored 1.016 :. Si.250: were built during lf:55:;: :
\. units worth 1 I1"i; h "ii.: f t. r iii.K from the w.nhi-s to ;.t -ain thank the voters
to 82

Darby To Run Project Pays as 5J32.050 17 homes opposed in or 19$247,600.:>-1. a decrease of 'L 'I I '1 I'.>t-, A.-ut-irt'it of| 'he ioniIt Flnndi compete Band- for in the their! pas.conlultnce, and anti assures support the \\V. B. Mundy Rites

same courteous and! eminent
Second Term Home remodeling picked up -Mail'" :March 17 for
For For however, with 15 permits grants1for (? on com- serVic .n the future, if -elected
Held Here
Hampton Boy a total of $11.250, a 3-unit. '..I.Jratmgs in the Associa- : Sunday

< 'i > \ Darby. Clerk ot tht S2.fi02 increase over the 12 pei- IL iVi t.on's: annual Competition Brad- Col. Griffin Leaves

ircui Court, annoumes that h'i !"I'I! School officials announced
a a -a liiiliani Jolins of _Hanmton__ _____ _ic_ mits worth $11,748 Of 1951. For National Wiiliain Belton Mundy Jr. 54d.eii
this week.
a candidate for re-ell'<'llon t the II' r : SurveyCoi '
JIIMpiouj! this, week his 3vear The total amount of money at nis home neie ,
of tTiGaY
oftu. m which he is mmserving i I. : .1! t iiiuit > T fulltvtor 'letter than 1.500 band mem- I

his first term. It l"e\!!. :'h.s: week announced 4-H Club livestock project .',I spent in Starke for new hornetand I I i .:.x ins announcement '-I'"s are expected to participatein James: A. Griffin of Camp i Feb. 24. after being in ill health

In announcing his candidacy.Mr his iandid.tf> foi re-election. In hi ought to the attention of The'i rt'modeJingdropped by $1'11 :Mi It,,\ lI.on"! i k.iUl that he feels the contest vieing for Firsti Hlandmg will leave Sunday fora I I for some time.

theexperience his intentions Kelly said i Telegraph] by Biadfoid County 748 from the 1954: figure of443:9s there are m.tnv things that can j Born Dec. 26 1W1) In Laurens.
Darby said: "I feel that stating I I last i Superior> Second I Excellent) six weeks' assignment of active -
$ to $262.050 .
gained during the p3st that he trulenjuys; th.01 k of T.Agent and! 4-H Advisor George There was an increase; year.of 7 I I.. linn.! ti. "II! piesent s< hoolsv.stem and Third (Good) classiuiea inn. duty with the National I S C., he was the son of the laU

hree years has better qualified the office and the opportunity itgives t Huggms.Two ,' : to help build betterMhools. The competition will be under I Wm B. and Maggie Williams
units $429,100. in new commercial Cuarrt. He will first to
m for the duties of this office him to be of service to the weeks ago Richard 14 to advance education to the supervision of Bradford High report Mundy. lie came to Starke in
I reported that his Duroc IIOW.'Wart. construction during 1955 al'hers'h get higher deg Washington, D. C. for briefing lived here ever
My wife and family join me in expressing people] of Bradford County. lv 'I' t. School Principal c. S. Partin and 1927 and had

appreciation to the peo- "My unlc'ampail1 nromi.e1alt. | had f.Arrowed a \litter of Fourteen new buildings worth i-" of 1..lrnmlrcce \'e better Bradford Band Director M. C. befoie leaving with a group to since, being owner and manager

le .>f Bradford County for their tu londuct the office with 15 pigs. saving 13. I ?05.6011( were built in comparison pay, and t0 help keep operating Thompson, Local Chairman of the help conduct a nationwide surveyof of the Three Friends Barber
This 13 the scond liter for his with 7 valued at only $76,500'during ,"'Q at a minimum 'If elected. NAtional Guard activities. In recent months he had
'Aondertul} cooperation since I courtesy and efficiency and tc I i-i Florida; Association.The Shop.
'lahet'n in the office. It is a keep free of races for other county prize sow. which farrowej 13 the the previous year. 1 will always be working toward city will be filled with 'ol Griffin will visit Washington been forced into retirement bill >
Commercial remodelingde-
measure to serve you at all times. offices so that I can if re- fust time, saving 8. creased by 2 units and dropped the.se gods ;Mr Ravmond said. music all day long as two bandsat State Oregon California and health.Mr. .

and I hope that in the future you ,. ei, t ifii!. work pleasantly: in co- Huggins. pointed out that the $12.795: in valuation.] There wer. a time play from 8 a.m. until Arizona before returning to Mundy was a member or
iii i-ess Richard's is of
will\ i-ontinue to call on me when- o"erati..r.vith 'ht' oth'i ofticial of project the First Baptist Church
.lue to good and 13 remodeling operations in 1954; Yawn To SeekReElection the late evening with judging Camp Blandmg
management the Woodmen of the
evei I can be of any service. selected by the people conducted simultaneously in the Starke
$25,800 and 11 commercial -
U"0i fl'ed.th careful attention costing World, the Elks Lodge and a
rSO Building and the elementaryschool -
renovations in 1955 As
I., the all-important details in- costing : member of the Starke
\ .IVI't in proper livestock pro- 13004. Cafetorium. Concert, sight: It's .
! Hive for a reading, ensemble and solo play- UncannyHow Rotary Club.Surviving
iiui-ion. new garage permits
County JudgeTheron j are his wife. Mr
irjr. and baton twirling contests!
and three
total value of 2.100
UFj' Richard has built a modern one daughterMiss
] Leila Sapp ;
will be held until 8pm. when Canny Cops
miscellaneous certificates, for a I
arrowing house designed also to A Yawn ths week announced Clair Jean Mundy, three
and IF
marching proficiency
'I "yule shelter and shade for the trailer park, cab stand anlu,, bro-hers. Louis Charlie, and
smoke house valued at $'1.500'were 1 his candidacy for reelection to he tpcted on the Bradford football Uncan A Cat! I : :
.ITS: when they are feeding. He j Gun Mundy. all of Laurens, .s C
.' also issued during the year. : t0 the office of County field] ]
Iots'! : father utilize all 13 acres I and sisters Mrs Grace Perk
I I two
Eight houses! were moved in Judge in the spring primaries.Now Fnsemb'p and solo playmer There's than
M. ir farm for the production i more one way and Mrs C D. Robbins. both
/ 'vestock: feed emphasizing the Starke. 29 plumbing and 17 electrical in the final year of his first judges will be located in the "A"ind to !scare a cat. Mrs. Annie C. | jog Md.
- Baltimore
!, 'It ..if good feed for good stock. permits were obtained. ; term. Judge Yawn said that he "T?" buildings of Bradford llullingsuorth of starke di.ctl'I'J'f'd ..- | of Funeral services were held Sunday -
t L, i f projects are planned on The year, for building permit ; is asking' re-election en the basis Hip-h School at 9:13 am. Sunday j afternoon at 3 o'clock in the

,. His that no matter what purposes is figured' from October i of his record of fair and impartial Included among the 12 distinguished Brat: JIMI run do it \\ith JMIicemen. First Baptist Church with the
.. of the affairs ofthf' judges are Bandmasters -
ive large or !small it i is not to October. I pastor. Rev. Lewis T>. Hames.
fnYeR.. Whitcomb and
v':4 \ :rood farming bu: good bust All 'buildne.0. --McationsmiiFt office (, She summoned tire :Starkel'tlk'p Interment In
officiating was
_ ., made the city office! !! to O\\'pn F Fellers of Florida Sta'e'';
be at it for
Tallahassee.' Lauronre :
: Tniverstv" ot
: .' i.ible. Huegins said including those for moving exist-]I have served the people of Bradford ]I \ hl'o, a tat got It. head stuck direction; of DeWitt C Jonas
1 the Universitv
;ins buildings] 1I County as their county Trembly of in a tin 'an at her house on Funeral Home.Active .
I of W";mi. and Otto J. Kraushaarof :
I judge for the past three years. Highway 100.
3 Blazes HitOn ;Miami Senior High School pallbearers were Ralph
Singing ConventionThe I Judge; Yawn said. "If entrusted : Officers (iriffis and !Silcox: Travrham Felix Papp. MureliMundv.

Feb. 22 sparks from a hotw i: with another term in office I sjwd to the scene, prepared for Russell Norman Charl

i.,) STOVe i ignited the roof ofi Bradford-Union sinn? con- shall continue to give its affairs Fund Committee any MnergMiry.Debating Thwart Sapp. and Johnny BennvSapp

i -Mack at 933 Oak Street. ,'entlonin meet Sundav. March ;I the conscientious attention in the just how to uncan .

!\'uks from a fire under a 4. at ilbronn Ratrtist Church in future that I have given j in the 'T"Ip P-rndford County Em<"-- a cat they crept carefully up

i ch pot were blamed by Chief celebration of Homecoming Da '. I: past." trrnrv! Fu"d! Committee will hoi to the animal. As soon as it F.W RIVER

fl W Carpenter for the destruc- The Bethea-Bunting quartet from ] :N annual meeting \Vednecia" became auare of \\hat uasKning B.\I"fI"T fill"ItCH
fEMETFRYORKIVi: "ieht.Iarr" 7. at R:30: omn1.I the rat became so
:t'on of a chicken house and out- Wavcross. Ga. is expected alone: on

Hit harti John Of Hampton !.howi Bradford ('tiunty Agent/: Ueorgeliuggms ; Ini'ldings belonging to Lulu ;Mae with other sinsine croups: and an; There will be a working atI in the Presbyterian Snnd-- frightenej it simply pulled itsl.e.i Sunday! S.-hool!, 1ft a m Woi.

- ; /: part of the litter of 15 pigs!: larrowtxl l>y liis Duroc J.DW Wart Pn"rs: on the Old Lawtev Road all-dav sn; program is planned. I ->nn ('f'mpteron Tuesday.March School] bnildine. All -interA"tp'5nprsnnc I <] out of the
r-ith basket dinner served Everyone ; 6. All interested persons ; are invited to att*"" further ado and da-shed for :<- 7pm. Pnver Meet ne! ee: < n I
two \\i-eks. 4\0.:; Richard: U a 3. 'l'l1'1.11: Club member and raisedWart Frihani the city firemen ex- I
_ .nsirshed a fire along interested in gospel sir.ging is a"p "ked to come nreoared to Fleet-on of officers will be he!'' the woods. Wednesday 7'30 p m F.\< v.n
as :i livestock .
-S Project.L Jackson: Street invited. work. Mrs Belle McCormick. a' this time welcome L' Parker past i,' 1

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And Kettle/ Routine I"n7'"> Starling has d t.-.' I
'I'h; it; berries We saw it t'i! 9 \
<,*her day. right after he I 1.1 id I
Has No Place HereIf '
i n:-hpil I rrtilching and it loot-'
IK": he has a'er good 'I.I..:' ,
I it were (possible! to be a disinterested :spectator Miming on \ _ -- -. : I:
t to the current difference of opinion between S SOur

Mime. teenagers and adults certain truths would potatoes are up and look
stand out vividly. Unfortunately up to now thel'ontrO'crsy (prefy: good but if you want t.. .

has been pitched on a more or less L ,j.. :-;" ,.: _- realh see some pretty ones go out .

motional basis: The subjective viewpoint ofboth rise! I. '. ,.'. '. A !ill I' VHI go around Brooker. We saw somefields r r.

t parents and young people. and the wholesale .110und t::,. .,.,!.tv: \ou sec pear behold.out there that are a sightto

Criticism (if such has been made) of teenagers tit--I n hlnuii nut otlu evidence r

i-n masse have been allowed to obscure some per- that old Man Winter has gone Whil scouting around this \ ; p is I 1 1d.

t tinent facts on both sides.: sniveling back to the North week for farm news, we took the

Let U3 start with what the young }people say Pole Hope it's really true, for old road at New River and hada .
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they want. No 1 on the list seems to be a place )lots
for wholesome recreation. Certainly that i is rea- frivst" by planting tender crops through that pretty country between li Vm m ffi3I mi rmrm I '

:-onable, and well within the ability of the com- and a freeze now would hurt. there and Drooker. For g

munity to provide."Independence". 44 one thing, we saw a lot of cedar

freedom to make decisions Wt are playing it safe, and trees but no little ones!) and ,' Fj naR 'AFI& 1

on their own is also high on the list and here have not planted any spring crops then we saw what looks like
some further defining would seem to be necessary. :\t-t According to a lot of the part of an old canal running 1m Pd I
old timers around here that is
Independence, without an accompanying sense' of parallel to the roadow w..
a good idea. They to wait
responsibility, can be mighty dangerous. The say have a mystery to unravel. .
until the weather has
hot-rod mob at Daytona Beach last Sunday afternoon -
settled down before planting and I 6
was asserting its "independence" of law and that things planted then generally Saw another patch of berne.- ii SERVICE FOR
order with results that could easily have cost livesas patch up with stuff planted at I.onzo Starling Jr's place
well as the destruction of thousands of dollars earlier Talked to Mrs Starling about a !

worth of property.Young good looking pepper seed bed
they have there and she said .

people should have all the independencethey spurt Our to berries catch have up with put on other a that Lonzo had used some seed l i-. .. .. S. .... .' _._-.--- j j011E
can handle, and we have many who can fiom last year, and had worried
plantings and they are starting
handle a good deal more than some adults we about it being any good.
to look good We now are giving PIECE WITH EVERY
Know Cut some of the young folk, as might be them a final hoeing, and ,
expected, who are most assertive are the ones then we'll take in some bone and field Saw on a Rayless funny sight Highivay.: over Thero at a PURCHASE OF $10 OR MORE f !

who are actually the least capable} or willing to mulch with saw dust.Ve have was a big Hereford cow which 1 f
shoulder responsibility| when the need arises. The a feuberries tinning led but it apparently had just freshened
license to drive a car certainly carries with it the will he about ten days or so before for she had an udder like a milk Glamorous New /u

responsibility to refrain from risking the driver'slife we'll pick* any* .number. row, and behind her were NOT ,
and property, as well as that of others. 2. or 3, or 4, or 5 but SIX
Faw Hen Melvin's and
Adults and teenagers alike have a lot of thinking IT is a fine one He patch has about calves all scrambling around l \ :
trying to get some dinner Americana'lhDESIGNED
and soul-searching to do before either can mi. Of which his wife Edith am' Wheat ,

place too much blame on the other It has been her half brother Lamar ate tending Finnegan, the hard-head".i d) \ ,
said high school spokesmen that students take 26M lien: says his plant,
by ,
rascal of a water pump put on 7f' ;
part in athletic contests to provide entertainment ire not nearly as good as the his usual art and we had a time BY WORLD FAMOUS I' !
patch he hid last but then I
for adults. If a survey were taken it might prove year until we traced the trouble to J
on the other hand, that many spectators go to the one last year he had an outstanding clogged air vent Wish we hart! HOMER f

games out of a sense of loyalty and a desire to S kept a record of the number of LAUCHLlN'ft1 I !
times that has been off
pump : .
"back the team, while actually preferring some Th.Ii ht frost we had las I
CUf"SS"n: put a notch in a tree
other form of entertainment At any rate, the week didn't do much dimage. '
Ihl'rp'prv it off howe .
supposed purpose of school athletics is to build but Curtis Griffis who farms know now time we'll goes need the 20 Start Your Sel \\J' it \ : : : i
with "Aunt Net" Starling said it I 4 .
physical and moral strength to teach teamworkand ft stepladder. before we're \; *' ) ,t ,
sportsmanship, and not primarily to entertain nipped\ a patch of okra he had through !
!started TODAY.
adults. ; i
at Heiltronn 'f\d
Stopped off i
The teenage question "What have done .Tov nice
you usually has quiet ,
Springs and had a drink of ,
for us?" might be :answered at least in part well-behaved calves, just like'
water It not be highly!
may as I
by asking what advantages the young student herself, but every once in awhile f'u1i..i7.ffl a" the Fountain of \\'\ t,
enjoys today that his parents and grandparentsdid it seems, she gives us a Youth hut we think it taste v \: :,

not have? It wasn't only Abraham Lincoln trouble-making fence-breaker f"v.rv hit as pond And it sere If
hike the nortorious Comfort I. I .
who studied by the light of a pine knot torch and h""s onenrboH the thirst of a lot W"Y
This time it is Merry who is If;
walked miles to school. Many of today's parentsand Parting out on a life of crtme f fine. people around that section """ 'fl.1

grandparents experienced similar hardships for this week she got out the IflJl
or even worse to get an education. lm,- fence and was on the highwiv .

It seems to us that in this current debate a bit If she continues to giveu lor'f.I I.OVK the new' Ester-: } 1
-> I trouble, yhe'll)) wake up some I'rooU -.ire fountain In ',; JI'f- '
more under-the-surface thinking might be done pure pens / > .
by both parties. Let the young folk stop attacking morning and find herself in the-" |pastel. '.Itd.,,.. Ony! $!':H at Bradford fj rJj{ /" ', i .
County Telegraph.; ;,> :
for a moment and pause to reflect on their -- j'iJ'l". z.v /' '. .I

own possible shortcomings. Let adults try to dhwrv-wf .'P: (U J'. "" ... i iA
understand their teenagers (times HAVE changed /' > '.
you know, whether we like it or not). Let From where I sit... &y Joe Marsh ._ ,

them recognize and try to correct the things that jd
they themselves do. or do not do that might seta First Week DINNER PLATE

!bad example for observant young people.

One possible way to arrive at an area of agreement ) Do-lt-Wfiose-Self? Second Week CUP

teenagers would and be adults to have get a committee together and of responsible work out a FREE THIS WEEK! Third Week a SAUCER f

plan for recreation that meets the standards of Monk McCarthys almost as From where Isit, I'll have to

acceptable social conduct. This has been suggested good at publicity stunts as he is admit Monk's schemes attractat Fourth Week. FRUIT DISH
and, if entered into with the right spirit by all servicing and repairing carsattention.. They often seem farfetched "

concerned, could have rewarding results.: which is pretty darned good. to me, but he and I al-! Fifth Week SOUP PLATE .
His latest gimmick is a hand wajs had different opinions onbilltitled"DoIr SOUP PLATE .
The young people must realize and we believe
-YocasELttns! how to run a bu..iness-just as
they do, that the success of such plan is Sixth Week SALAD PLATE :
any M'hy Not Grease: Your Own Car?" we hate different opinions about .
much their responsibility as it is that of the adults Then he follows with two what's the best beterage. He I i

concerned! paragraphs about all the greases likes hot tea-I prefer a glass of Feature Pieces Will Be Made :
you'll need-the full set of beer-which doesn't keep uswrenchesspraygungreasegun WITH EVERY PURCHASE \
four work friendship.having a "smooth-running"' Available AT A Nominal Cost!
The Audience's The ThingThere's jacks-the ability to I
flat on your back with a face full ; OF 510 OR MORE! .

an old maxim in theatrical circles thata of there's goo.this And line at the very end Joe IJ.itf.a u.( At A Later Dale t
: "Or if that'gtoo tI
show i is only as good as its audience. The actor I
much trouble,we'll du the job
can "feel" his house after a few seconds on stage, ," I
and it's the excitement and imagination of a good, NT'l5t \ Add New Beauty To Your Table At No Extra Cost We Want To

appreciative audience that give; him the enthusiasm Copyright,19jti,btuUd States Brewers Foundation Oif) )

and immediacy that spell the difference ... ,, Give You A Complete Dinnerware Service Just For Making Your 1
between a good or a bad performance. 0 ; ; : :" ; --', :;- "- ,, '.': "- >-: / c. : ,..-,": --.;.-: '-.:''::'" ..; -, ';' '> It I Jt( (

By this criterion, the Bradford High School's Usual Purchases At This Store. You Gel A Lovely New Piece i
Speech and Dramatic Club had a "bad" audiencelast
Friday' night. Those who were there enjoyed NOTICE Every Week With Each Purchase oi! $10 or More. This Luxurious Dinnerware Is I

both but there plays just and weren't readings enough presented of them by the to students respond, Made By The "World Famous" Homer Laughlin China Co. Start Your Set Today! 1 1i i

properly.It Every Person Who Owns Property in Bradford At A Later Date, Special Pieces Will Be Available At A Nominal Cost. :
might be well to note, in the midst of all the

current concern over our teenagers and their County, Florida Should File A Tax Return and Apply Save Your Green Cash Register Tapes!

activities, that the adults of Starke and the coun- For Homestead Exemption With The County Tax
ty did NOT support this particular teenage act ,
t tivity. :Most of the sprinkling of people in the Assessor On Or HeloT The First Day Of April 1956
Offer Will Be Until
USO( Friday night were members of the familiesof Repeated a Complete

the young people on stage or were in some way Follow are the Classes; of Property for which the i i

directly connected with the production.A Tax Payer should File his Return

lot of time and effort and good hard work

spite was:' represented of audience there, ,but and it the wasn't show was nearly good whatit in REAL ESTATE Service for Six Has Been Offered! I

might have been if a few more of the "shocked":: ; YOUR LAND PLUS IMPROVEMENTS
ulcer. citizens of the community had spent fifty

rent; and turned out to support this Wholesome:: PERSONAL PROPERTYSTOCKS _
teenage project.

The next productions of the Speech and Dramatics i T
Club will be presented on the evening of Fri- _

di\: '. :May 11. One tmJible:1Y in which l'PI\- EQUIPMENT: & FURNISHINGS: _
\'I'tlll'd adults can do something constructive all! but
\\ !'ole ome recreation for young folk i io:: to fill the

I'so I to capacity that nijrht.! TRACTORS. FARM EQUIPMENT

Those who do so will not only be taking a L 1f % -
v.d'iahle) first step towards cooperation} but t the\"'11be ET CETRA : 0

Betting a darn good fifty cents worth of entertainment 1

because the better the audience Intangible Personal Property :_. k
the better the show.

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/n 11 Trilby visited the Lloyd Earrys their new arrival a son born 1 1I I If Ii -
, ( last Saturday. Feb. 26 at Glendale Hospital in
.I ( in i, Tom Stewart visited his sister, Palatka. Mrs. Taylor: is the former -
I Mary Jo Green TeF \ Y j0v
Susie Parrish, and Mr. and :Mrs. : x
I E. B
Recent visitors at the
I. R. Andrews in Lake City last
.Mrs. E. B. ('atlenI'T.1
Ky Mr. and Mi"
I Crosby home were
Sunday.Mr. I
........... Ii I Lyon B. Crosby, Mrs Wright
.A..I and Mrs. Joshua Groover
Crosby, and Mrs. Fletcher ot
Hwirs of Dado City were Sunday guests .,
I Greensboro. Mr. and :Mrs\ JanaCrosby
On :xliiHil :N'grrjjatioaThe I I of Mrs. J. II. Kelly.
and sons of Gainesv.c'and :
Brooker PTA met in the I i iII. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tomlinson ol I Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Prev 't;
< hool lunch room Thursday, Feb. i I the Ft. Call section visited the A. .
2.L and heard a talK by II. P. 1. Mann family last Tuesday. of Starke.Miss A/
Morgan, superintendent Of public Sunday guests of Mrs. Ella Nell Purvis of Newberr\ i /
the weekend with Mr. ant
instruction on the question of Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Pitt Baxter -. Mrs spent; Bobby Jones. !OJ.\ r P-CES:
segregation in the schools. Rev were Johnnie Lewis and children '',r, 11
Donald McNeil of Ft. Ben- III '
C F. Padgett conducted the de- and Purvis Lewis, all ofJacksonville Pfc. ,\1 I I A
.otional Joyce Suggs and Linda I 1 and Mr. ani Mrs. ning, Ga. is spending a few day I ,
Gayle Green were winners in a I,1 i Oscar Dennison of Lake Butler. with his McNeil.Mrss. parents. Mr. and Mrs Ji :t Ann Page Tender Cooked
spelling match among the top Mr and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and John .
spellers from grades 5 through 8. son. Mead, of Starke visited Mr. Annie Johnston visited '', '
They will compete in the spelling and Mrs. N. C. Mott and Mrs. friends in Lake Butler last week. PORK andBEANS3'-lbcans29C)E
contest in Starke on March 8- Ophelia Moore and son Monday. Friends of Mrs. C. B. Stallingswill .
\\eddin Of Interest Friends of Mead will be interested -, be interested to know that : II I
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:Miss Beady Rhodesia Carleton to know that he will leave for shell enter Alachua General j I
Tub Silver Brook Print :Sult.uia; (hou-t FI nT
fora Style or
r.f Gainesville and Kenneth service in the U. s. Army on Hospital in Gainesville Friday I i

Charles Wheeler of Lake City I March 6.Mr. major operation.Mr. :I; Shl'rt't' North, a. the lieutenant comforts Tom }:well, placing her A&P BUTTER Lb 65c COCKTAIL 24-oz can 33c t
were married Saturday night I and Mrs. F. K. Sessions of.I anj Mrs. Alvin Raborn: and the
harassed husband in one of quieter scene from the breezy cornedy'"I'he -
Feb. 25. in the Methodist Church Wsuchula were weekend guests I Mrs. Cecil Moore of Jacksonville i i lieutenant Wort'Ol..irh: ," showing at the 1'loritLi Theater A&P Our Finest Quality Green 1.11.A&P I fur Fin.i Quality TOMATOBEANS ): (
at Statesville, Ga. The ceremonywas I of their son-in-law and daughter. and Carl Cooke of Charleston S.I
performed by a former pas' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nettles. On C. were dinner guests of Mr. and I Sunday through Tuesday.i 2'-1b' cans 35c JUICE 46-0 can 27c
tor of the couple, Rev. F. Sunday they enjoyed a trip to Mrs. M. O. Harrell and family I
Brown. C'j' Yankeetown. last Sunday. i I II wife out of the service and Pasturized Process Amer Cheese Ann Page iKluiou-) .-".. ((';111; 1'11\1.-\1'\( : >
The bride is the daughter Mr and Mrs. Albert; Sparks of I finally attempts to have her discharged -
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Rev. R. R. Carleton and the late Staike were weekend guests of I I Army Comedy Comes !: by reason of insanity.
Mae Mott Carleton. of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal.
Frank Tashlin Is both writer
I I!To The Florida Sun. I rTLEColorc Quarters: ASP Own All Pur '?e Oil
Brooker and was employed at We are sorry to hear that Mrs. and director for the color produce
Lovett's in Gainesville. Mr. Wheeler -i M. I* Norman of Miami I formerly -i I tion, which features music con- MARGARINE lib ctn 17c DEXOLA qt hot 45c
is the Fc' >n of Mr. and Mrs. Yvonne Harrpllt !is very ill at : The story of a husband whose I i dueled by Lionel Newman
C. B. Wheeler of Lake City and'I this time' having undergone a wife was accepted for military!! Robert W. NelsonFormerly "Super-nijrht" Brand 1 LUNCHEON( ('..niM Eck (CIIKKIiY:
i i-s employe by the SuwanneeTile I major operation last week Mr service while he was rejected and
Co. there. After a short I and Mrs. M. D. Harrell and his efforts to do something about I AOfLL) LOCI: the new' E-ster- Of MEAT '2-ozcon 29c PIE MIX 20 oz can 29cLady
Bedding trip the couple will beat laughter. Sharon, were in Miamito the situation will be the featured I; brook ]>ursfsifountain pens in
friends 125 BradleySt. her last weekend. Mrs attraction at the Florida Theatre PRUNE Walked Au.UMilLI &
home t0 at see pastel 1 idudfv Only S'! 58 at Bradford Betty
.. Lake City. Eva Harrell. her mother is still Sunday through Tuesday. I 'ounty Telegraph. LincolnMercuryDealer
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Revival Starts Sunday there. Tom Ewell and Sheree North I JUICE qt 27' BEANS
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of High Springs will be in charge. Sunday.Mr. The Cinemascope comedy moves
Services begin each evening at, and Mrs. W. R. Denmarkand from one hilarious scene tn'' Now With
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Birthday Party I and children of Jacksonville invents a string of ruses to get I I McGriff Mercury Page Rich Creamy
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noon in honor of her son, Patrick and Mrs. R. H. Green were i i jar
William, who was six years in Jacksonville Sunday to visit Now Open MotorsCourt -r quart 47CMAYONNAISE
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T 30th Anniversary Celebrate Woman's CouncilI I Hospital Auxiliary Plan Boy Scout Word .............." .;

XVomar.'s Council Battle Set
I Of theF.i.st I II Thf Bradiord County Hospital

Mr and Mrs. C. P.. Crews of I Christian church met at the Auxiliary will meet Thurbdu Theatre Party NORTH! SIDE

the Sate Farm celebrated their I home of Mrs. Havana John Tuesday |1 ..lth'moon.Iar.: S. at 3-30: o'clock

j :T.Oth: wedding anniversary on I night: of last week for their.'! .it the Parish house on Church For Tomorrow Next ThursdayA
By Mix Ovar
social party. Circle 1 members .irtrr
I Feb. 27 Both were reared at ,i I steeL

I L-iwtey: and they were marriedn served as hostesses. BI>.V Stouts of .......................
Gladys Mooty Sarke: by Judge Ceo. A. j The meeting opened with sentence -(I Troop 70 are d'lz 1 <'i "t t lui-n: i N :;om Brad-

UDC remirded that today i> the lat 1'1 nl '. .. M.irion D. Cai'i- .... ,
Phone 35 Gardinar on Feb. 27. 1926. i I prayers after which games (\ uy : :L. .I.:1:: compote "f I.
I IJ day to pit k up their identifnation ii i'.i: Worth spent( SatuuLi! ", ..:-' ..
Mr. and Mrs. Crews have six j J and centests were enjoyed. The. ThW. T. an ,1! i 1.-i:1I',1; -.p,'!King: bee : f
Srs S =fleflrrsrrtsrrrspssrpps-srn sprspppss 4 hostesses served a salad course :I 1 Week's chapter. slips for the Stirke Garden: .'t ':.' :;:t.lk' F.rl'n.u.8'hool: Ins n.'ph.and men. :.... \ ', ,
children: II. C. Crews of Clear- I UDC. will f
meet with Mrs. L. Club theare C.siteis
during the I party to be held in r.ifetdia! : at 7t 0 Sunday gi-:i >
the 25 ; next!
evening to
New Officers Garden Club Sees Glen Thursday
Sorority : uater.: Crews of the U. S. : G. Powell!I and Mrs Mattie Gaha- their honor Cartels ,
at the Florida ,
i, members present. Theatreat even.n<;. March S : Mr. HI'I :\:- 1'
Installed Through ''Conservation Film ; Bunt Crews with the The next business meeting will! gan on Wednesday .iftemoon. 1 p.m. tomorrow. Winners I: Wilson of Jat-ksonx:: t
Air Force in England; and Linda. I Mar 7, .it 3;30 odink i The anti runners-up from 1 l l11'
slips .
Hilda and Vera Crews Law- be held Tuesday night at 7:3: } : are waiting for 22 I Staike Eltmentary. Staike Junior :\ M.IVnner .I.j jt ,.
Candlelight CeremonyThe : of .
The Parish House on Church {('y. They also have three grand! o'clock at the church.. All members -t who participated in the high Lawte). Heilbronn, Hamp- I; si1 r.\'il'5 i <':IM i.'tg!' .iI :'t .\ ll iv. ,

I St. was decorated with modernistic asked to be Funeral Garden Club Christmas project at \\ Ih hl r niece, Mrs
are G
private dining room in the children. | present as..,: Monday : the ton and Brooker Schools will \'ie'I i L S.i;
of pink camellias Starke Chamber of Commerce Mrs
arrangements ,
I important business will be trans- I for etymological I Jimmy Johnson :- \ -
Garden Restaurant was the set- Mrs. Crews is the daughter of and a

'ing .it S p m. Feb. 13 for a i and white tulips when the late F. M. and Alice Bradley.She I I acted | For Perry Sweat '1 office in front of the Courthouse, chance to compete in the 13th j ing hi parents in Ot.ir.io! :
the Starke Garden Club met according C of C Executive | Mr and :Mrs. Pete ,
Annual '
formal dinner at which Beta was born in Nassau County.but : North Florida Spelling : I

Sigma Phi members honored Mrs. I there Monday night. has lived most of her life in I PresbyterianVomen I Perry Sweat. 75. a 40-year j Secretary The Mrs. Marian Howe. Bee at Jacksonville on April 21. ot Miami spent last \w'ken,101'

I Highlight of the meeting was | resident of Starke dud suddenly boys will be treated to a their son and ddughter-m-! : '
tamea High a recent bride. Bradford Pronounoer for the contest will
show and
The dining room and tables! the showing of a beautiful color I The'omen of the First Pres- .] at his home here Saturday morn- refreshments and an be Jack DuMars. local Earl Craw fords.

I film. For Years to Come," portraying awards presentation in the thea- : managerof ,.
were decorated with floral arrangements Little WomenThe blterian; Church held their regular ing. : ter is planned. : radio station WDVII, and Mrs. Sunday dinner gue-ts f : .
I the beneficial results ofconservation
monthly meeting. Tuesday Feb. !I Mr Sweat a retired farmer. Oscar Carters M .
and place-cards in I The Garden Club has R F. Demorest is slated to were D ('ir.; '
farming experiencedby 28 8 o'clock in the was born in Baker County Feb. planned of Lake Worth.
the colors. at Sunday referee. Mrs Eff.e .II '
pnid. one of sorority's I' Little Women's Club met : the in Serving as judges will ;
a family in cooperation with I School with Mrs. W. AStern 12, 1SSO. recognition of theTroop's I and '
After chicken sorority I building be E. L son Freeman. "Its. \ViSTAJ7KE
a Matthews
supper Monday evening in the club house assistance editor and

membdH presented Mrs. High !':I their film local conservation district.Miss with the president. Miss Babs : presiding. He is survived by his wife, ,, wreaths and Christmas in decora-selling; :, publisher of The Telegraph, and Mae ,Jud the John :\'il!:: i I It
The was presented by
with a gift bread wanner. i! conservation I' Lance, presiding. j Mrs. David Montgomery, assisted Honor Larmore Sweat; four i, tions in ,Starke and T. II. Slade. Starke gas dealer. Jacksonville and Mrs I"'ine r.
I Clara Leaman neighboringcommunities
by Mrs. K. G. Duncan daughters: Mrs. Annie Tomlinson School Parks and son Bud..f! r. .
The installation of new officers! During the business meeting I during the Supervisor II. Gibson is r
[! chairman. i Mrs. I.. H. Gibson, Mrs. Guy An- Mrs. Ruby Parrish, :Mrs.: Maggie 1955 ,, Coordinator Worth
for the
'ollowed the dinner with impresMve further plans were made for the sale entire affair.
Mrs. F. J. Shaw roadside development netted over S300 for
I and Miss Louise Stern and Mrs. Edna Com- I. Col-on!
i drews I Smith .'. .
Ii IiTomlinson The winner of the North Florida of u! k" 'ivisited \
ceremony. Each of the girlswore chairman, announcedthat Fashion Show the club is presenting [ the city's beautification I'
I ass, all of Starke three program. .
an interesting entitled ; his mother. Mr
j gave program : Bee will on to match his r iFmrh
and March I go
a formal gown lighted the at theWa'slde on 29 Mayor W. T. Jackson. Scoutmaster -
planting project I |I "Forward in Family Life." Riley and J. L. of Starke and Joe philoligical talents I Wednosday night.
tapers held by the member! Park 301, Mrs. Fressa Roach a senior atFU Charles Mamer. Garden i against students -
on Highway I[ At the close! of the meeting the Sweat of Jacksonville; and two I j
from all
furnished the Only lighting. south. has been completed. The gave an interesting talk 1 Club President. Mrs. M. F. Hazen !I over the nation ini I
I hostesses Mrs. Carrie Ward! Mrs. sisters: Mrs. Pearlie Thomas and the National Spelling Tonrmment'', OI'I.L IO\K the new E't.rhro.ik
during the Mrs. Roach I Mrs Howe,
officer program. other
Thp following pledged Peace Rose Garden has been and officials |
John Mixon and Mrs. L. H. Gib- Mrs Polly Sweat both of Jack- at Washington, D. C. |>iir>.i'-vi/o fountain pens in
their best efforts in the fulfillment moved from the USO grounds to is l'ompletingher training as will! be pre l"nt.
sonville. .
son, served refreshments. J1t'l l .si.iI-| Only' S'J.'iX at Hr lol
their duties as Mrs Pubic Health Nurse here In I The identification from
(If new the new Bradford County Hospital slips ..
Funeral services were held at ford r
R\Iii: :: !
Staike. She discussed the fieldof 1 the (' of C :su.r
K W Hayes Sr., sorority Snonsoi grounds. and 15 new rose bushes the Church of GOd in Starke of office must be presented

', read the oaths of office: were added. work she is in and explainedthe I,Junior Woman's ClubI which he was a member at 11' at the theatre box officeat A bake sale ,given: bthe -ru

Mrs. purpose. She also passed out 1 p.m. for admission: to the
President. Eugene Long- 1 Presbyterian
The City has asked the club to i the a.m.Ionday with the Rev. Williams Youth Fellow VIci-President. Mrs. Robert E. I folders on nursing to the members -!I officers of ensuing special program.Andrews .
j will be held
I' Saturday
sponsor the new city nursery 1 will be installed at the officiating. i i mornins:
and answered year
Firth; Extension Officer, Miss that is being started and a mo- questions at' Junior Woman's Club meeting Active pallbears were L. RStarling. from <\ t M 12 o'" !lick. in ti ,\:1t of

Betty Durling: Recording Secretary -! tion to that effect was made and the conclusion of her talk. I Monday night in the club house. Don Martin C. :M. Phillips : Campaign nk-'iiV! '> p. n* '"M' Pi: ,'nP'li' FUt
members attended the .
The club
:Mrs. Ernest Phillips; and I carried. J. W. Smith J. T. Kiikland '\1:11: .1" ; ,. i: ii: :1i,0"-' s It 'lb.!
funeral in afternoon Hostesses will be Mrs. Don Neal Group OrganizesA . .
Mrs. a body on Sunday .
Corresponding Secretary The club president :Mrs. If. F. Jr., and J. M. Allen. > V ,.j (' .-'im'..'"
Mrs. James Blackshe'tr Sunday :
Howard Myer. Mrs. Jerry Gay. of club member Clair chairman: MondaTuesda.*
Hazen, appointed the following Interment was in the family : of chairmen "
Cottle. Mrs.Myldrel meeting of tin March
Treasurer, could not be present J.1n Mundy's father. W. B. Mun- Mrs. Edgar ( .1. .> 6
members as a nominating committee M. II. plot in Santa Fe Cemetery near various divisions of the : ":f'i.;;. -I; -"":;.
and Mrs. Andnw-
and will be sworn in at a later slate of officers d)', I Cuttino I( | ... 4< T_ "' .- .."'.' :-s.;. : DOl'KLE FEATUREGentlemen :
to -
present a I Starke. j for Congress
I Shappard. county comnhl I Icc J
date.The at the March meeting: I The DeWitt C. Jones Funeral'was held Tuesday afternoon with Marry
and officers ;
outgoing new LuncheonMrs.
:Mrs. V. V. Hazen. Mrs. Timfitch. I Home of Starke handled arrangements the following present: Finance, W.
wore corsages of white or gold I and Mrs. Ewell Lawson.It WMU
\ H (Bill!) Graham; Publicity E L
flowers.A was announced that the J. T. Quigley was; hostess I IX ('IXF. I.\S'OI'F.
I I Matthews; Transportation, W T.
gravel was presented to outgoing Gainesville Garden Club has invited to a small group of friends last I L L\ ith Jane nu..sell V Jr.uinr ('nun
The Executive Board of the : Jackson'oman's; Division Mrs
president, Mrs. E. A. the starke club membersto Friday honoring her house guest, Rites Held WednesdayFor H. B. Pe\ton. ANDWILD -

Yancey contribute exhibits to the Mrs Jennie Thornquest of Jack- First Baptist Church WMU: will Jeanette Young It was planned to hold a kkkLft' CAT

sonville. meet Monday night at j o'clockin
Gainesville! flower shoApril ,
I I The Quigley home formed anj I the church. :Mis Jeanette Crawford Young, i meeting Friday, morning ilk Ii'hal'tll1,>n &:: Arl.n.Jmlge .-
March 9. in the city hall at 11
The Sorority met at 8 p.m. 1'1. Refreshment? were served bv attractive setting for this occasion The business and program meet- ';'9. local librarian for 20 yeais ,I o'clock for all friends and supporters -

last Monday evening at the home |the hostesses Miss Leaman Mrs. with its open fireplace, an- ing will be held at the church and! one-time starke postmistress, ,I of the Andrews' candidacy I'luCartoon

of Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr. furniture and china. ,
on tique
Jam's.Mrs. died Monday in a Jack-
i Matt Morsin. Mrs. Tyler Tuesday, March C, with a covered I : morning The public is invited to attend. Wed Thurs. March 7
Kingsley Lake. Mrs. R. V. Turner | J. R. (Groover: Mrs. Marian Besides the honoree luncheon I sonvillo hospital after a short ill-1 r _-- N
I dish luncheon at 12 noon. I N.truRAllY J '
co-hostess. starting I not) mE FEATUREBATTLE
was Howe and Mrs. Jim nih.h.iVSCS guests included Mrs. Mabel Mer- i ness. j LtlWONE XJ.t -

Mrs. Eugene Long, Jie new !I sereau Mrs Ara Moitt, :Mrs. 1 Brownlee Circle will meet Tu's-I Mrs. Young was born in Lo- (,\1m OP TIIVXK KNOWS THE I TAXIWith

president, presided as various CirclesVSCS Marion Reddish Miss Susan Wal div\ night at 7:30::\ o'clock with gansport Ind., Jan. 26. IS... She |i 't4VtR IS FAMOUS ,
Words cannot A BUltOtR OF DAMS- :Merlins; 1133lrnANI
business was discussed and com- lace Mr. flI Mrs. S. J. Grady Mrs Mm Ian Howe andIrs.. moved to Staike in 1922 with her I adequately express DID YOU BUT I
.Jewrn.trI )
our -
mittes were appointed for the'coming J \ Circle 1 will meet Tuesday and Mr. Quigley. Martha Pelluni as hostesses husband, the late H. H. Young. !1 kind deep and appreciation for the EACvJ COLONY HAS l ITS -

year.Refreshments. morning at 10 o'clock In the I and! held lived here ever since. i ij;that many to sympathetic acts I "eto OEAVU (en> FtJIM.cr.pI.I The Scarlet CoatIn
came us at the time of
were served to I Methodist educational buildin?. | I Her( untiring efforts are cerdit-I : CIS KM: .\s01'Eith

the 12 members present after the oil with the success of Starke's :r-ur recent berea'ement.Irs.. IJ.mtlinHandith \\ Cornel Wilde and Michael
I Mrs. H. H. Adams is leader and i
:Urry I Sweat and
business meeting adjourned j Mrs. T. H. Slade will be hostess. ) : : iAhLdfr I, fist' library venture, which she family. FASHION ME ilding
I' :>II IJ\C.-i
| Circle 2. Mrs. R. ferryman: I I' M.srted: 20 years ago using as a

CAUD OP; TIIXXKS J, II nucleus her collection For Fri Sal :March 9. 10
j Leader, will meet Monday aft..rInoon I own Are Ai!! Cold Anti I;" tu..i\t' -IfWi-lr liy -
she carried the
We wish to express our thanks at 3:00. in the educational< i many years on DOUKLE FEATURE

to all those who helped during the I buiulding. I Never lot it be said that news Smith who was pacing her during I I project in cramped quarters: provided Remedies; Alike! ? VUHTINd & DAMS I Was A Male War
1 in the Woman's Club tuilding. :
long illness anJ for the flowers J j| Circle 3, Mrs. J.V.. Andrews ot th'!=i 1M; ol' town doesn't get tlii, d I nr t,!11 I No! For example, W6: is the wni.! \T :

and sympathy extended to us ini:i )leader meets at 3 p. m. :Monday: around when Pvt. Byron New- Hippv to hoar that: Merry Delhi I / and her death came on th" activity medicine, imh c.*.r,!>im-s 4 Bride

i|I evo of the opening of the new t of lie mt ..11,..t ie. wi' I, .
\\ilii ( Grant anil .t.nn.Slirritlan -
the of i
passing away our beloved ,, in the educational building. I InOn comb was thumbing thru a inagazinc ('ra\\ frtt S, returned to school ;, prc- ar.'v
1 in therpaious times ktmun,
enlarged "county" library to r.llt..e all
sister. Lubedia Pinholster. May';! at 3:00: with Mrs. T. J. Grif in a barber shop in Korea recently Tuesday .ifier three weeks' illness !I floor of the counI CoM tnwn.1 Eomic*. ( i hI; w m. n'

God bless you all.- Truby and John ]I fin. Miss Annie Darby and )!rs.1 he ran across the article on Linda Rosier. 7, has been quite''', upper pot nt and givtii p"IM-I\: '>, d, 'r- ". STUDIO ,AM -

Pinholster brothers. Curie Hitch.: Starko, Florida which appeared in iU With tonsihtis and measles, and I I I agricultural building. For the rapid relwf from mi<.r.. s if u'. > ., AND GIFT SHOP Rough Tough West
I pist several weeks she had been of colds. That's why (t.ht i
bun. apa& -
"Town Journal" last September .lso on the measles list is Jimmy i I, busily: engaged/ in preparationsfor .*d in efltctivem-M T,> It With ('liarlrs siarrrt anti Sniil">TP.urncU
i reedless to say Byron was completely Wiggins hear that Lefty Gome !
this expanded facility. No other roM remedy n !
I floored when he *. famous pitcher the fl.
saw pictures was : ,
I Mrs Young was also active in' can mat h tiil Az '",d ijffj I'lus ('artoon anti NYw Serial
of the homefolks and familiar I reakfa!
home-town or. Wednesday while enroute E. 1 : Efig
sights that appeared to St. md was a member of the First ,: D

along with the article Byron Pete noted that the Sub-Deb j I
Presbyterian Church.
f1t I I also writes that he found his cousin Club had quite a party and dance She is survived by her son

I John E. Cooper was stationed last Saturday evening in the J. R.
Theodore of Starke. and a sister

> 2 gu1c I only two miles from him in Korea. ., Wainwright! garage -- the 11 members -,, :Mrs. E. A. Reed of Peru Indiana MCGnIrr I HOME OF
their escorts
Also word from out c! state enjoyed Funeral services were held

fl comes from DK2 Lyle and Mamiei dancing and games throughout the !' Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clockin

Anderson, stationed in evening with a broom dance being ,
i i Washington the First Presbyterian Church

: D. C. that during the terrific the feature attraction the with the pastor, Rev. W. S. Mc- : King Size Trades
Sub-Debs went all out with their !
they up there last Ahlcy, officiating.
I decorations had Christmas tree !
II i week a big limb fell on Lyle's Interment In the family
I', and did lights strung along the walls and was
car $200 damage havI Lake Cemetery
plot in Crosby ,
blue and white I
I ii-g: been through two hurricane's crepe paper stream- under direction of DeWitt C. : 1n MAUTOMATIC -

I before this while stationed in the:, ers and a big cluster of balloons I Jones Funeral Home. .

Northeast! part of the country in;I I hanging in the center. I Active pallbeaiers were W. T '!
Dale Johns celebrated his 3rd
the past three years, Lyle is thinking Jackson Blake Jackson AdolphGay '

How careless seriously of putting in for a : birthday on Feb. 27 at a family I Guy Andrews Joe Sistrunk I J.UWWASHERSfl11

are you transfer ;supper party in his new home on I
to good old safe Florida. and John II. Powell.
l Hear that Opal McAliley has resigned -i i W. Madison St., where his par'nts,1

: Carl Lamar and Shirley Johns
a? Dr. Barry's nurse and I

Velma Lawson took over her duties moved on Sunday hear that FFA PlansLonnie

Beatrice and Jeff Dodd and family : i
to hear
witn Thursday sorry that '
Davis was elected to the
yoni'liai'deai'ned to into their
hope move new I
Eloise Goodman received !
a badly
home Westmoreland in the 1 post of secretary of the BradrordChaptl'r ..
Iruised: leg which they throughtat 1 ::
Pinehurst Sub. this week the F.F.A. at its regular meet- .

first was broken, on Saturday Ovid Normans are moving into the ing Feb. 28. under the gavel of %' k'I ".
when she was attempting to push : .
Colson rental at 469 W. Call St.. Fiesident Roman Alvarez.I >! i ,
broken limb from off the [ '' I
a gar- I -
of Mark -
I age roof before it fell on the children formerly occupied by the Clyde committee consisting ;' <: :r r
Moore and Freddie Stephens was .
Colsons who have moved into their

cash ? ) 7'I I who were playing in the yard own home on Center St. the 'appointed by the president to investigate : ,
't :
( did you know;: that Dr. M. B. of ?: '
I I. B. Adams family have moved the possibility placing .
\ .1
i jHerlong entered Baptist Hospital I'to :203 Jackson St. Lewis more hogs at the School Farm i iI I REM 0 V E S
in Jax on Tuesday for a checkup? : ::
I I A report on the softball team ;> :
r lit.,ir that some mischievous person Jnister is renting one of I SAND, LINT, SILT AND SOAP SCUM '

Mrs. Moitt's apts. on W. Madison : was delivered by Glen Crawford "iC :'.. FROM YOUR WASHMdel'I :\
I IT persons have been snitching discussed for the ...: ,; I ,
It's end plans were ,
surprising how people and Dr. and Mrs. :Mark ,
who wouldn't dream of speculating the bushes out of the Doctors Hosl I dams of State Farm are rentingthe I forthcoming Sub-Distri F.F.A. ] A'Cleans and Redeems a Full Tub of Wash ;.
pi' ,1! hovwood hedge in front of the
in the market- will take a ttt.lflg l : on \V. Call St. it was Gumber house on S. Cherry Contests to be held in Starke on I II WA Water 5 Times During Washing Cycle _.,

chance and try to buy silverware '. and He plans a tour of duty with the April 20. 'SON .. to Give You Cleaner Clothes 7'
1 a pretty hedge an asset
at a cut-price, "fly-by-night" "' Army soon i I The Chapter hopes to participate .
of that block '
type of store. i appearance Ten little girls helped Audrey 'in the Parliamentary Procedure.: t ." ,
: i pIty that there are a few I v .
Flakes celebrate her Pth birthday Horse Shoe Pitching. Softball ., I' t ,' ., ." 11
Now a jeweler appreciates the 1.-r us who aren't beauty-mind- Sweetheart Public '
Tractor Driving. -
last Friday afternoon at a partyat 'JlIO .
fact that sterling is probably! .'''I I "
a Speaking and Harmonica sections -
210 E. Adkins St., and Henry
once-in-a-lifetime purchase. He .\mlngthose attending the Ice -.r
of the contests.Recent J
Lawson celebrated his ISth birth-
carries an stock of V UUPshow: in Jax Tuesday eve-
day at a family dinner party Sun- NOW
terns and does he lIn : were Joyce Ward. Mary Ella.
everything canto .
Colley writes that Births
day: Jerry
Fr.ddie'. Luther and Mary L. Wat- |
help you choose one you'll be
he arrived back at the Brunswick
happy with always one that T. rson and R. C. Cutchen hap- Maine NAS recently after five I! Mr. and Mrs. Lennard B. L-4 ONLYJPA1GEi

will be !pv to hear that Bob (Rev.) Som- Jr. the
available when Register announce
you want months on the island of Malta i
n'cr was released from the Duval :
to add pieces later on. He says that American housewiveswho birth of a son, Stephen Robert.

Medical Center on Thursday. about housework I on Feb. 21, in Doctors Hospital
We have many many patterns here he has been for the past five complain I -- 9flSO

bearing the names of the finest !on'hs kids will be kids and don't know when they're well off! The Starke Maternity Hospital: -

silversmiths in America.We have should see the women. 50 years births ,
hi"-:: still continue to throw thingsat I announces following
16 lovely in International and over out plowing in the fields! Mrs. Martin of .
patterns 7 fuh other despite the lectures I Mr. and Billy -
like do in Malta ., -
Sterling alone.If f"om their parents and teachers they Jerry I] Starke. a daughter. Ronda Karen. t

:i.st week Sonny Bias II. was hit hopes to get home in April or Feb. 26.Mr. .
you want your silverware en- May I Big Family Size OY O
m the eye with a mud pie while and Mrs. Merrill McMillan
'graved we'll do it We'lldeliver :
Hear that Husey McClane has :
n'aving' on the school grounds and of Starke a daughter: Hjalmar *
your silver free -in chestor been promoted to of the Pushbutton Controls
manager --- -a-s.:
-t' -
onn\'. who hasn't been back toM 'I Jane, Feb. 2S. -
protective flannels.If want :t ', And Your Old
you Southern sales district of Hercules Range
> I'!. Hull of > 2 P I ]"\ I I
hool since has been going to asp Mr. and Mrs. J. t. '
to for purchase little Co ,:; aLroubaKe GnU
Powder !
pay your a Congratulations
I j B,1
.alist in G'ville for treatmentfor Starke a son. William Brantley, -
ot a time, we offer a Convenientbudgetplon.Nocorryingcharge He's been with Hercules since ; Units
a badly injured eye. Feb. 23Mr .
1939, after completing post grad-
The Starke club well
Rotary was '
no interest, no red tape. the Dinner uate work at the University of andrrs.. Don Cornell of' Focused Hect Broiler
:oprosented at Fellowship -
North Carolina :Massillon Ohio announce the
opening of the Rotary con- I' CalrodS) SurfottCooilni'General
in the Well so long for now Don't birth of a son on Feb. 2S. The
i j\onton. on Sunday evening
When you want .ih''r.rnr-8te your Jeweler ]I "Virgo Washington Hotel in Jax forget to meet all us other book- baby is the great grandson of I U

1- those attending were Tom andF' worms at the new library open Mrs. W. H. Struth and grandnephew i JG. / 'age

house this Saturday. of Mrs A. Z. Adkins.Mr. .
i SI! ide. Doc and Mary Coving-
: ROBERTS JEWELRY :,>'1. Clyde and Bill Sinclair. Vir- Carolyn.Voman's and Mrs. Dick Seal oJacksonville ; C

i :;: .'::i and Junius Smith. Guy and
announce the birth J M tR I IFf F F
Sec The
. !1IV:t Andrews. Bill and Alyce Gra- \ ClubThe of a son On Feb. 28 in St. Luke\ Complete Line Of

) !' (''>1. T. T. Joe I I
OUr Friendly J airier"Staike tn. Long Wood executive board of the !Trtsrtital. Jatksonville.! Mr e- GE

"> r.T'1! im-s S1 F.\l"j! : i ::1".'! Lila': < Automatic Washers
5 -k -> Wcii" Ht.h:11] : : inetT' I
i t Florida ;i.< 'i-e} f'l" EZ1bt'h:: F'c : :' = Appliancesfor

A1 o 1 1's.. a- J :, .-" .I"" ';:-- .. '. -. ,:-c. :M---h <. a' io':'--"', .. .- :'0<,. 1:,! '.r' F' .
.Th. ._ fail and Walnut Sts. Starke Fla.
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: ,w.1 l MrsV. T. J.i'kson Mi and Mib. Paul Hul. 111114: ': i.-i I'I%" ,nif,!' ,''Ii:1: .
and family spent Saturday in and children visited Mr. and :MlHarolj i i. !-,, .,. I..t! ">f I'.i.f y 11! !lt'i

Keystone Heights with Mr. and I Hazelwood and MHH-, Ih>>! _' .-" f x.trkf" n Printcraf,fee. t' fn'tii.-.-. amlf Sewing Machine Operators

Mrs Fred Leonhard on the oc- Jacksonville on Sunday. mI: h I 1111 iiiKJ!:i'tl ill buin,-> at I

1 anion (if Mrs. Leonhard's birthday Mrs T. E. Herndon and <'tll"dren 7i' I.i 1..IIIL.'it. StarkeFla)
1"1..r Tin M':!tow nt'r of > iii bj-i-
anniversary. of Valdosta Ga. spent the Irene Met/ger. Ul..il' Dukes, and Glenda r t" 1- Mr-. It ('lark t'T'is-l-v, 7U Experienced &

Mr and Mrs. E. L. Matthews weekend with Mr. and MrsV 1"arne'., seated, and I'ritz IVHuni! standing, I' Lauri .-' Stark.. t'l.t.Aet.1 UnexperiencedAGES I
rh's :L'n.l day
i.t M.tnt..t.!
and daughters attended the Ice ]I M. Edwards and Mr. and Mr ii look on as Tom Long reads from the script !I' I1" *".*. at tftark: ... I'.raJfi.rd O unI 18 THRU 35
KiKixla I
Jim >
Vogues how: in Jacksonville Mon j Ritch. = of "Hour Of Honor" on stage at the MarkeIX I!I ., --> It 3OTICF. .3
I Mrs. L. J.
Green entertained I
diy evening. -
) building. I ,
Hiblt"S1"he Perfect Ea.tr'I at a family dinner party Monday tt vt ,I \ HI APPKlll'In Company Htnefits Include (;roup Life & Hospital

Gift" luuiic Imprinted 24 Karat evening on the occasion of tUGreen's Circuit (Hurl. llrudfuril fuunfj. Insurance. Paid Vacations and Others
I lands, In ('han".r,.
I birthday: anmversaiMr. ;\
GuM at ltullington's.Mr.
''flIII..t[ i' llantmn I'lain'.ilf!
and Mrs. J. Wainwright and Mrs. Willard Pass and llf> A. llainnm, IVfentlant.CaM. \ .\I'PI.YT OUR OFFK'K;

I children of Tallahassee spent th :>: u. In. }'!d KITH & CIirUCH STKKKTS
had as guests Mr. and Mrs \V. M. : %..tl.*r T.. %pprnr
weekend with Mr. and Mrs In-
T. I M-v: ,
of Tallahassee on1 : \ Harmon uh '>*> r.aoldr" *-
Wainwright "
man Green. ,'. !i. .. ..-."! b is. lit ,', I!, \ 4!,
Saturday, and Mr. and Mrs. N..I j jI 1 i .>\, \ ririnia.tun .
Mr. and Mrs. L E Jordan n I
). Wainwright of Hollywood on I Ovieda spent the weekend amiMrs. suit for arc Hereby notified that a BIG DAD Manufacturing Co.

Sunday. Mrs. D. T. .
Saturday and | I
''1hdH \ .r. '
C. C. Mendoza of Jackson-
Clark of Miami, who has bf'en'VISII been flied against you In thratune
'![ ville spent Wednesday wIth MrsT. named Court and cause and Starke Fla;
the J. \VainwTights,
mg ; vuu are required to "" of
J. Griffin Mrs. Carrie Rit1-hand a copy
returned to her home with the N. ; dr your answer or pleading to the "11I-
I|i Miss Annie Darby. i v plaint on 'he Plaln'lffs 4ii.rn..\
i D. Wdinwrights Sunday evening. W1.t .
i Mesh & I 1.0I\ !1.1"1\! 2uJ I P1 '. .
Rag by Whiting
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas ent..rlamed i 4 > { lu.lling., Ja,'k--rni''n'! .'. I :, : 1
U:1'i.. at BallingtonS. ,,
and file ,
Hitorit'inal in th !I.
Wednesday f < > ;
at a party = t ,tt ,
t'I '
'he''I.rk of ,
John Mixon was in New ur- I the C'r-Hit < ''ur' >
evening of last week for ..' I.. f r. th1. .' 'r|.It .f iI' (SI
Mrs. T. B. handing, Mr. j leans Friday to Sunday fur an 1 i9:6: : Lil.rru'*> Hi ell] ."..i.-. '
ana .
aid I .U\ .n; viil titUINIII u9
/ eye checkup.; 'J'Jlkdlrated
and j Mrs. L. N. Pickering and Friends of Mrs. L. D. Green Marilyn Co\:, seated, and Jerry Gibson Muhers of the F.IK :Speech and Dramatic i 'nnft.ed by you. '
the rlrkerin 's house guests Jjr. I '
will regret to hear that she has take a rather dimmer tlew of the inUr- Club on the set: in :Marke's! I :M) building are, AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIl4
and Mrs II. A. Killian of Vivan,
La. j been confined in the Alachua General ; To Community Service -

| Hospital: for the past 10j I Ku-era'indnu" !,, .. "MoU.B Are Better Than T.\et":
by < art -
Tomato I'Unts, at : days for observation and treat- I ... '" ,-.---
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts j', ment. I Mary IleiuU-rvni. right; .n. {If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad

went to Daytona Beach Sunday Mrs D. J" Clark of Tampa and! rut ad out and present it to Box Office for FUEl: TICKETS

to take Curtis Roberts back to I I granddaughter, Suzanne Bickner'I, Despite a small, slow-starting; ly together in a large part ('om- striking shift to silhouette l.ght-! : a

the Karl Vocational School' '|i for an over-all lack j mg Sat. March :1 ONLY: Sunda-
Mary of Fort Lauderdale are spending audience the Bradford High : pensating I Mondav. Tueda'March >

where he is studying watch i several weeks with Mrs. Clark's'I School Speech and Dramatics of spontaneity attributable as I Itouch |I The audience didn't really feel nOrm.E FEATIKE: : I I.: ;5 fi i

making Tunis was here for the I Mrs.I. to the audience as the act-I "Hour Of Honor," becoming pail
sisters, Mrs. Henrietta Hunt Club turned out creditable productions ;, I

weekend I, .. I). Green and Mrs. C. D. \Vil- ', last Friday night of Ralph i I ors. Glenda Varnes played Mrs. of the program only at about themiddle THE LIEUTENANT

liams. I: Paul Joy's "Hour Of Honor" and Henley and Bessie Dukes was of the reading of 'T\e 1 WtL1AI 2ceItoo WORE SKIRTS
Just Learned To Drive" by Irenn ,
1 Magic i Bloom. Cro-Tuiie. Vigoro, Verne Powers' "High Window." Hmily. ; } .r

NOTICETo i for (arden l, I-UVUN and hotter, Both one-act plays and intermission I Marilyn Cox delivered a good Metzger and Fritz Pellum.! .illirini; Tom tu.lIlul: 'h.T,,
o? Gudr'LoL
| at :Sistrunks. readings by Irene Metz- I j I performance as Lady Winthrop I There seemed to be an undue 11 / North
of activity. y
Milo Coffrin and Frank Pepper I I I ger and Fritz Pellum were competently in "High Window. Vida Jean i I amount backstage \1'
all Employers, Employersand i I of Miami were guess of S'n.j j I handled. I I Gentry left a sickbed to go on as iI j I with frequent appearances of Plus. Torrid Trr.tdor"l ( ..irtixniK.

Insurance Companies: and Mrs. Charley Johns Monday :: Pellum walked away with 1 Linda Norton and Jerome Edwards :' faces and other anatomical partsat ---
Jer- the proscenium sides and stage E: EDMINDSONednesday I
Walter Hodge.
Honor" from his entrance played
Did you knowMutt a ftunryniiule Wednesday. : "Hour Of I -- -
from the records of the Mus. Floyd Crosby and Mis t as Charlie, though Tom i ry Gibson was Judge Craig and :| sid 's between BITS the scenes. will ... \\ Thur..la\ F I nda\

Industrial Commission in fire J R Kelly were: m JacksonvilleTuesday I ling's interpretation of the part I the part of Judith Ware. was tak- ] be The"The next Bride Wore presentation Red Pajamas" CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON <. ..&. \ 1 1k March 7. s. '.)

,states revealed that in low l>a<'kinjuries i 1 of George Turner was also: well ] en by Mary Henderson.Director I
; Metz- C. I. Overtmf achieved and "Sorry \\'ronlImber"
i done. These two and Irene I about this
IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFRIGIDAIRE ger as Molly Turner worked easin. I a tight ending with a sudden on the evening of Friday. May 11. question a I I II
FKSS1OX HELD TIIK: UF.COUI : I ? Charley Johns is in Mrs. W. R. Walters and daughter Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, Mrs. T. H. Fire gutted our store and it AND -

) IX: 1: hassee on business from \ Tana-I of Reidsville Ga. were week i' Slade and Mrs. J. A. Griffin attended will be six"months before Me

end guests of Mr. and Mrs. E the Rotary-Ann luncheonat JOHNNYAGAINST ...
to '" .
today. .
day /
i can resume business q
1. Putting the eniploj hack THE UEST-KNOWN | Miss Kathryn Kelly Of the U. D. Tenly. i: the George Washington Hotel! Would W THECANNIBALS
4 to work in the shortest time; NAME: IN ELECTRICHEFHHJEHAT10N : of F. and a classmate Edward Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr I I on Monday. Interruption Insurance : }!ii; a, r,..,,

2. Sating the rmplojrr lost i Hiss of1'1'0 Beach, spent the spent Tuesday to Friday on a Mis. Florida Reed and Mis have paid fixed 0\ er- ,
: Mr. business-pleasure trip to Washington W R. Russell of Peru Ir.d! and head employees salaries and { ';" 3ae, ...
man power R.tN( ES ; weekend with her parents : I
j Mrs Ralph Hill of Hollywoodwere my own liling' ..;
WATER HEATERS ana :Mrs. J. R. Kelly. D. C. expenses: = for .
3. Correcting tlui injury at thelowest those from out-of- .
among the entire ..
six "
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Riskeilil Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox: months of non- I .
cost to the insurance! I AIR CONDITIONERSWASHERS : town attending the lane al r.fMis \ -;.rrat
of Ottawa Ill. were overnight and son. David were ;in Decatur (ion? i id

Company. & DRYERS ; guests Monday of Mr. and Gi. over the" weekend visiting !i Jeannette Youngon Wed a'A '; ....

Chirojiradir remotes the"caue" Get; The Host For Less Mi' of U l. Jl 'l i. -II '.
"ef- I Mrs. Chailes Alwood i 3Ut
instead of treating
M. Smith and daughIt'.s I
Mi-s M. Walter Burgess of Charleston
fects." I AtSmith's j are spending 10 days: with I W Va. spent last week with his Ftate Farm is expected lv)mi. Charley E. Johns I'M's "< i.i. I'.inl ( .:rt( ...n i, ti, I
from the
j parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. j ji son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and' t.nn. Oil II r
Bring your health Ilrobl'ms to i : Hospital this weekend after anopl'rati..n ....c ,,:, '. : ...,.,
i Tili'K'n; !n Dade City. Mrs. Ray D. Forth. I ,
GaragePRICI1)AIRE last Monday.fete I T .rd -
BOLLINGER Miss Betty .Tane if..nry of Atlanta Tomato Plant, at SistninUs. Humus amount of & Son ( 'OMING; :SOON; -
the weekend with) any Agency aonc'er.5.:t:,:. ttA.t ;
; spent those from outoftown'who ,.
CHIROPRACTIC Mr and Mrs S. G. Denmark. attended the funeral of W.j: :SistnniKs.Rev I Ix1411.ins'.I.......",,""" ......... _..."'ran.nvK''w....... bow I HELEN OF TKOYMRS.
; Sales and Service of Gaines I and Mrs. W. S. McAnl'\
CLINIC I Miss Beryl Holland Franklirtnf B. Mundy on Sunday afternoon and family were in Gainesville! Phone K: StarKe. Ft,. i 'liis. "1L' in. Mill litIVaiis". (".11'

We Sonic AH Makes ofKlectriral vil!! and Mrs. Claude din were: :\Ir;;. W. B Mundy Sr., i' Thursday visiting Mr and Mrs loon and ( li.iil.| Nil 6 :imil; I. S IUTTO
3 I Blocks Xorth of Post Office Highland Park Ill. were Chulie and'
: ApplLuiresCOG ,, evening of| Mr. anti Mrs. Mundy Charles McAlilev and family and! yyyyYY9.. ...._._._._.________ NiiWC:' .. ..,.....!C'
> Tuesday .
In StarkeModern Her gIlt ;? Muriel. Mr. and Mrs. Olin Mundy : TTTTT'TTTY u :::-1i't "" {
X. Temple Ave :\IrInll Mrs. Harry Mooty.Herbeit : i also their parents, Mr. and Mi- r--' ,-' _" .._. ,
Methods I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mundy, .
lady and .
Assistant Steam- Baths TIIOXE 120 E. Engel of Garfield Gm'ePerkins C. C. McAliley, who are loavir t- "'"" J-.4"f,:::.'__. ,..':- -,-;, -- -__._-_ -._ >__;_-. .-.-.. ._n'-J=i--' ._, _-"''_ -, -.. -_-__-"_--r.-. .!. ..... __. 4" .
of Laurens R. C.Irs. for their home in Chester S C
Mrs. John! I
X Y.'isitt.1 his niece
mY..nYYmYVYY'V.ar.TWHY .r of Baltimore. Md.; Mr. today after several weeksii'I

pll'rsHn.'f'.tnE'sJ.1Y of last I Iw..k and Mrs. Ralph Traynham Mrs here. Specials This Week!
-- Mr Fngf-l is Captain of
_ U- __ "l, I Julia P.erripr.Irs.. Juanita Duke j
berthed at
: *bo Flvine Dutchman i'
Mr. and Mrs. \\'. F.. Davis Sherwin CAUD OF TIIVNKS

PAY MORE .\ \ r>.,Mrs vI una Effie Peach.Johns had as her I. Carter Mrs. Effie Cordray. The family of Mrs Josie W 3 Living Room Suite Groups To Choose From

Monday her brother M.f I,I Mrs. Dan Harris Mr and Mrs. Hall acknowledge with grateful
L "nests' I Randolph Bone and Iris LynnMrs. appreciation to their friends the
Home f D Carter and niece, Mrs I Ii Lorena Dyal, Mr. and Mrs. kind expressions of sympathy and

Graves DairyStill ,i, Puker.\7a'IIS of and I.akE'"orth.Canii-ltas. ut Six I Muriel Everett Coker Burney., Mr. Mr.and Mrs.and John Mrs illness the beautiful and death flowers of their during mother.the ,| HO. 1-7 PIECE LIVING ROOM SUITE GROUP

Sells Grade A Pasteurized t run\.... i I Mover, Mrs. Glen gearing Mrs. j Especially do we thank Dr. Ritch I -

I Mrs C,o. R. Flynn returned i I 1,. Kurz and Mrs. Monroe Griffin -'i and Mrs. Gloria Vickers of Starke. -- Lawson Type Sofa

home Wednesday after spending I| all Of Jacksonville; Mrs. Alma j i r I !r,''
-Mrs. T. C. Thomas, Mrs. Fred W. .
weeks with her son-in-law F-: Matching Lounge Chair 2
two Mr. and Mrs. William j i _
Compton Ellis Joe S. and T. L. Williams
MILK25QtBUTTER Mr. and Mrs. End Tables
Coffee Table
and daughter Bill -
Green and Mr. and Mrs and W. J. Roberson. -
I Huston McClane in Atlanta. Mrs Green of Jacksonville Beach:; Ii t I Smoke Stand C loose Neck
Flynn kept the McClane Mrs Donnie Moore, Mrs. Thelma' Lamp.Kes. .

E [ one week while Mr. and Mrs StE'le.Ir.. and Mrs. H. I* Monk, : FOR SALE )1 g
MILK 20c QT the TAP? r.
-- J i MoCiane attended Dr. S. T. Dell. Sr.. Mrs. Paul .

Ci>ment'on; in New Yoik. Mr.f Canova and daughters Emma 3 BEDROOM HOUSEAt Price $228.70

f MP'nne' is manager of the Southeastern '! Jean and Norma, and Mr. and! '

We Deliver/ Every Day I Ik ; Division of P.r.C. Dept.f I Mrs. L. W. Baldwin of Gainesville 323 X. Church St. ,l S Ill k .. .. Save 38.75

f Horriilos Powder Co. 1 Wheeler Nelson and r
k Mis T/nn.i Moslev is at hom C. With Property 110x110 Sale
Included \ nee Moore of I/iurens S. ; r: Price $189.95
Sunday f ,, ,, ; a recent opera- '
( \ 'rngfrom :\11'.;. Ralph Honnall of Waynes- With Sell With or
k ".,.n !She" ;.s RS: years of are and ville. S. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Without Furniture
ROUTE 2. BOX 202 STARKE FLA. < i l"nctmii> resident of Starke Pond and Edna and Mr. and
| Ti>.' n.\ ; < f her recovery i|i Mr<;. O. D. Dixon of Tampa: Mrs.l.nlie Phone 1S3-W: Starkeor
PHONE S3: FOR SERVICEOR ft" "-'rie-t; to her manv friends 1' Belle Parks George C Write 15o866

I M'! < AV.. Anderson! Sr. and Parks It!. D. Carterand Mr :andMrs.
snent Thurs.if -
) Briton
>ti .TnlMi N. D. Wainwright of -

... .... "' ..,. ... |I, \ .. 1 1-. week in Jacksonville ; Mrs Izona Brad'ev M1 amt
,=-";-::- -- -- : t-: .:: ;-.. ... :;- ; .: '1c ; ; ; r M-- I'.arbaia Bunch had at; Mrs. Mark Carmichael .T" ","''. Matching lounge Chair :2 --
"" ;
: FndTahles-CuffeeTable: ,r
k : A.-ekerd guests her parents. Miss\ Flaine Svkes of Mi t'r I. < -
\1- .a..i l Mrs Geo. II. Bunch and and Mrs. Harold Wall .n-1\ :1: i"- '\ 0 Lamp Table minster l a = ;; t- ; 'j
J 1. i .s.ste1Miss: Georgianna' of P'. Auerustine: Mrs .i, us: r.Grahim :- Throw Huff.He :

I OUTSIDEHouse l'i.: h. 01 tatesville, N. C. They Sale Of Vld!,i-t, l. r? 1 r J

"p. 't Sunday at the State Farm P"'V. A. F. Younsr, ;\hz.'.' .nrl,i A TREE IS A SOLID THING ?:.

'ing :Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dean. Ellen and Miss Shirley r.mnr THAT STANDS IN THE -
S. Price $200.70
and Mrs. V SAME SPOT FOR ,la y ;
:1.11' Lloyd Bryan of Lake Butler: Rev. Marvin 60 YEARS '
Paint Cartier were called to Palatka:; Mis. MvraFoy AND THEN SUDDENLY
1 ';?n'-gf! Stedhnm of '
Ruhistfr. N. Y. recently by the of Lake Citv: Mr and Mrs JUMPS IN FRONT OF A Save 40.75 -

f, iilf! "s of their grandfather. A. J. Williams of Ala hu i s Mrs WOMAN DRIVERIf / TURQUOISE

k, :th! and Mrs. Russell Norman Ida it!. Gentry and Miss Lillian Sale Price $159.95 YOl'K CHOICE IWOWN. HED. GREEN

GUARANTEEDWhite f, "pt n: the weekend in Pensaeola Gentry of Lake Geneva.

I \v.th thi-ir son-in-law and daughtel Give and send Hallmark listerCards :

( Only) Mr and Mrs. Robert Stefan- from Bullington's. NO. 3 "
k elh.\ Mrs. John Love Wilkes has 1I -- 9 PIECE LIVING ROOM SUITE GROUP
J D Doyle and Prescott Gill returned to the home of her

QUARTS GALLONS a' ended the auto races at Day- later Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. after I Kroehler Sofa

lon.i Death: on Sunday afternoon. a 10dlY"ifil with Mrs R RThprle V. I, With 100' ; Nylon Fabric -
j'i Mjr and Mrs. H. M. Hatcher. in Jacksonville. tA. Kroehler Occasional Chair -
$ \ .39 $ .I; ana family of Camp Blanding. Woodfin and Jack Haile of gl .i jl ( Coffee Table 2 End Table-

!I Mi and Mrs. H. M. Hatcher. Sr. Miami will spend the wtvkend I ;
<& N. Y. and Mr. S Smoke Stand Table
..: Long Island! with their mother. Mrs W G
I I .tn.1Irs.. Frank Hatcher of Tal- Haile. 4'(M.r 4M..M1 fYM11 1r ih Lamp Wool Throw Hun

!I.ihisst. spent the weekend at a ( Mrs. Virgil Mathews Hassock.
Mr. ar.d
I L, you want to keep your car
1, ihing-: camp on the Stein :atehee (>f Atlantic Beach were vinc
5 GALLONS FOR $16.69 performing ax though it were
U.verHeld. :\ft. and Mrs. Gael; Mahev" or
and Garden seed, also Sunday. going to Ihe to see a hundred, Price $280,25

Sistninks. '! come to our station for the
fertili/er at .
Mrs. Pauline Torode .,P-'nt =c v- Save 60.30
Mrs. Jim Chasteen i best in ice.
Mr. 'I Oral days last week in Cp.b'Ga. : ;:- sen J

i l' I J spent.., : the weekend St.at the Augustine'Brown with friends. Sale Price $219.95

I R TE '- i3uILDE !1. cottage at llr. and Mrs. C. r.Yi i"Sr. --
>> I .
p were in Atlanta. G.i r<) 1'--; I

f SERVICE \T- :\rd,! )frs. Ray Clark and' roc listeek..

BUILDER SUPPLIED f.'i'V: c.f Belvedere, S. C. spent : :Miss Martha Ian*d!-."- 1 ti DENMARK! FURNITURE COMPANY

with Mr. and '
ty F'iiy J tr i"nio for the weekend : i 7

;t' -01 .. :M-* I F.. Clark. The Clarks U. ofF. : ( IF :-.\.HhE
l: '(,li$ & 333 ,' :
...__ .. at.r.A.l.&pd :1',1 'i (.Tner! sniest Sunday >r>= J A. Ti1'1 I :it I IIi\ W. t'tll'i.

I :,'." i M IYayr.e K.>:v of Pa- -,' O 'T C-PT.I 'h., "A ,. -. : I __ Phone ]1:1 I

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I which was devoted to internal I II I I take treatments for the injury all communion service more times : -- 1 1II 1I I

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSHy I business affairs. Since Rotary is I last week; Hope he has recovered I II I than one has record of. It is ur- I
I filled to overflowing with outstanding tloin this injury. We understoodthat scii hat all members of this
Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127I"r men and great thoughts one joint of the vertebra was I church be present for the sen-ice 37th ANNIVERSARY SALE I
'are abundant in all clubs," this is dislocated.We The pastor, Rev. Harvey Lane
indeed an honor for Mr. Nelson, were overjoyed last Friday has asked us to announce th.I'I.ce ..- Ij
l lIa.'r' Take-otf K -\ Fred Dodd and Mis R. N.
who is a charter member and past afternoon when our nephew, Sid as well as others.
:-'under and the dish
On J.ftl.UIKI QuestionMrs. I passed
the I president of the Keystone Heights! ney Strickland, and the pastor Next faturday, Feb. 3, Mr j
whose silveroffering.Mrs. '
:: Hilda
Rotary .
I Club. Rt'C. R. Roberts of the Lake Crawford from Evergn Church a + iR
o.i>gory vuts PTA-Kuundcrs Day, Everett Fox, program bound Oh..t'rwr e
CorpsNtcds City Baptist church called on us. will be with us as speaker. As he
walkl I away with a $61,000Vhock" chairman for Founder's !
Day More Volunteers Naturally we talked church more is a young minister, jus: startm "
after taking part In the wishes to thank Huntley Red- I Have you "time on your hands?" than anything else, but Sidney out in this! work, let's give him a
Annual PTA Koundrr's Day program ream, who furnished the "Isola I Call Jack Haberstioh at 4193 and; told his Uncle Jim that he (Jim) hearty welcome, fill the house
which this year featured a tion Booth," and everyone else ]i he will be glad to put you down [ i is not an old man, as he claimsto and show him we are intere.tedin
take-off on the $61OW QuestionTV who helped make the program a I i for a two-hour watch at the G.O.C. i| be, or he surely could not I him and the work he is doing
program.When success. ,, Post. It's really quite interesting, i! split all of the oak and black- I IIt is announced that there will
asked by Tony (maker) IU\e I"autifuliht'r! Tea i and i Keystone should be able to! gum blocks and shovel dirt and be special singing, quartets
Match, why she chose that category The Second Annual Silver Tea I I I operate a G.O.C. post on a 24-hour build a road as he had just done. I duets and other singing. Serviiea '
Mrs. Jackson explained that sponsored by the Community I I basis. ", We heartily agree with him! start at 7 o'clock.
she had been a member of PTA Church Women of Keystone I Mr. and Mrs. \VeIker Byron will: They invited us to come to Lake I Well, I've not been hunting recently \
for eight years, and for seven Heights, was an outstanding soc- le in their new home on Monday,i City and visit the church some- but while Jim! was gone I -
}cars, she had h.d a part in the ial event of Thursday afternoon, according to the latest communique time in the near future, and w to Jacksonville last Saturday I ,
Founder's Day program. Feb. 23, at the educational build', and the house they vacate plan to do so. decided I would do a little paint Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good; Thru Saturday March. ;5rd ,
Another contestant Mrs. Mary ing from 3 until 5 p.m. will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Denniso.sley:: ing I had been putting off from I 'J 1 ,
Schaeffer, went to $512 on Pop Receiving the guests at the Richard L. Hackman, who come moved to Clay Hill last week, in time to time. I got my paint --- --- ---- _
Tunes, and did not go further as door was Mrs. David A. Nelson, I here from Westport, Conn Mr.I the settlement near Rudolph I mixed, all ready to start, was ---
she was double-parked. president of the Community' Hackman is a duPont engineer Whitehead. Mrs. Mosley attended sitting on a bench on the kitchen ,..........;- It Itrii
Mrs Movie Siblpy introduced Church Women's group and Mrs. and will work with the rest of the church with us last Sunday morn- I porch, turned to lay the I, -- -
the contestants, and exhorted the J. Russell Young wife of the I Humphreys Gold-duPont crew. 1 ing. We invite her and all oth- stick down that I had stirred the t
ladies tf the audience to use pastor. In charge of the guest, We are sorry to lose "Scotty" ers back. paint with, when to my surprise, .;,. ::: Aun
Avalon Beauty Products and book was' Mrs. James U. Perry. )I Beam and her three children as!I' We enrolled two new membersin misfortune and everything that ; $ ;;:;-:;:: 1
especially Avalon's TutU-Fruiti Guests were seated at individual I well as her husband, Bill who Sunday School and two in was or could be bad, the legs of I
Vitamin-Enriched Pseudo Nails tables which had been attractively has been working in the North for I Training Union last Sunday. the bench went through a crack )I
Keystone Heights Chief-of- decorated with colorful spring,several months. Bill, an employee I Rev. Bobby Moore of Hickory in the old porch foor, down went I :
Police Dermody brought from the flowers. A delightful musical I of the duPont Co., is employed at Grove filled his appointment withus i Bessie, paint, brufh and all. A Ii
vaults of the Keystone State program was presented precedingthe Edgemore, Del., and the family I i Saturday night and preacheda i portion of the back porch a :
Bank, the $16,000, the 32,000, '' tea The stage had been appropriately -I will live in WestcheSter, Pa. I wonderful sermon. Mrs. Easter I large can (tin drum) and one I
and the $61,000 questions, in seal- decorated with a low i Minn came into the church and end of the bench got some of the ,
ed envelopes, in a steel case. The center arrangement Of gladioli FYYTTTTTYCLAY will be baptized in the near fU- I' paint. Of course, I got some on
three questions were known onlyto flanked by native greens and my hands too! When I fin illy 0 IS OR.i
the committee in charge of the large green urns with white blos- HILL ; first communion service to i' got straightened out to see jut) ; Pi i
program. soms were placed nead the piano. bo held in the Clay Hill Baptist what had happened most of the '
Miss Maxine Jones was the Introductions for the guest art- lij "Mrs. J. L StricKIiiiid I church will tie on :March: 11th at I paint was on the floor. I re.euert t .
pianist for the evening, and she ists were made by :Miss Cleva J. I the 11 0'clock service, just afterSur"av enough to paint a small table, \ \ _
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played for the Pop-Tunes portionsof Carson, program chairman.Mrs. Sthool. The sermon will but the porch has what was I --- "
the program, and then a piano J. Russell Young, violinist, Don't forget the annual Home he delivered\ by the oldest preacher of the quart. If it had been all "" ., -
bolo, "A Bicycle Built for Two." chose selections by Kreisler, coming at Heilbronn Baptist in this part of the country over the porch it would have j| -- -
The invocation was given by I "Rondino" on a theme by Bee Church, Sunday, March 4. After I Rev. J. L. Strickland. lie has I looked much better. Will try to j
thoven. Her second selection was Sunday School, the remainder ol I been preaching for the past 51 include all of it next time. Any ,
Window Cleaning an arrangement by Clarence the day will be devoted to sing } and has administered tho I'I'yrars one want to help me? I FREE PANCAKES

Stores Offices! Homes Cameron White's "Nobody Knows ing. Dinner will be served about I I
the Trouble I've Seen. Accom- 1 p. m.Misses.
Outside Only 30c up panist at the piano was Mrs. Estelle Green and Joyce:, I
Reasonable Prices Florence W. James of Melrose. Morgan Of Jacksom'i1le'islted I I
W. S. AGXEW Mrs. S. Bryan Jennings of Mid- their parents last weekend. HEW LOW PRICES FRIDAY AND SATURDAYASTOR
Foster. went to Tampa last weekend and I ,,
Returning to the stage, Mrs brought back her grandmother,
Young chose the well-known favorite Mrs.:: Florence Johnson, who will I
FILL DIRTGOOD Wilson and Toomer I
"Romance" and concludedthe make an indefinite visit here. Vac Pak
with "Orientale." (Limit 1 with Food Order)
program Grady Varnes of Jacksonville
RICH The beautifully appointed tea visited his mother, Mrs. Ruby F-E-R-T-I-L-I-Z-E-R I
table was overlaid with an equisite Ganoe, last weekend.Mr. I I II l-lb Can
TOP SOILSee white organza cloth over pale and Mrs. :Marklee: Norman I I ICOFFEE F 69C
green Placed in the center was. and children of Hampton visited For i
an arrangement of white gladioli the Leroy Normans last Sunday. ._ .

JACKSONJackson chrysanthemums, and calla Wlies' Leroy Jr. visited them Saturday.A --.'-.:'--- -':- --,,'-',- '-' .: :'-.: =. -=:.- -------._ .: _' _"-,,: -- = :: j.J
BILL backed with fern and greenery.'ILighted group of young folks gathered FIELD CROPS 'I
Transfer Company I tapers in silver candelabra Placed at the home of Mrs. Ruby Canoe TOBACCO '
either side.
burned on last Saturday night for a '
Phone 165 I at each end were the silver tea social get-together. Refreshments )j CORN : ., HERSHEY'S (Limit 1 with Food Order)
tea services. Pouring were served late in the evening ':
throughout the afternoon were \Ve are glad to see Mrs. Henry LAWN AND GARDEN
,--.... I C. E. Wiggins and Mrs. :\osh'v: sufficiently recovered } Lb Bag
I Mrs ) Shrubbery and Other Plants 1 S U(I GAR 5 39Ci
Bert Christoffers. servedas from her recent operation to be
DON-'T Mrs Myron C. Prevatt I: able to be up and around. Sho .
BUYi General Chairman for this I came to the Stricklands with her Gro-Tone for special garden plants rl

!'w'refill affair, assisted by Mr3. daughter, Mrs. Farley Austin I J'.l' e? f
: Char T. Smith as co-chairman. one day last week ::
HALF i Annngements for the tea table J. L. Strickland reported to'' AT
bv Mrs T. J. Southerly Duval Medical Center again last
i iI were el"on. ARMOURS Evap. (Limit 6 with Food Order
Al > )
!, nested by Saturday and had another cancer -
MACHINEOnly : {special\ corpses were. made by removed from his ear, the ,: STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES ;
I Mrs. .T. A. Williams. left ear this time. The others i
I One hundred and fifteen guests the have been the right ear. I' HIOXE 333 or 45 MILK I L 3 Tall Cans I 9C
one sewing machine signed the 'gister We were sorry to learn that i
afternoon. Farley Austin injured his backlwhile I _

does so much morel !Ii it i St.1V.Illiiam'a...tn For Catholic Bursar Club at work and was having to 'i> =-== ===-=-- I J.- :: --=-----.1.-"' m::. :. :_--.-- : _. _<_ : _:-0 --- -_' ': ;:":. _
;tidySt.:' l'n'v
t I I William's Catholic Club metFeb. I
22 in the hall, at 8 p.m.
j Among those present were \ ALLVEGETABLECRISCO (Limit 1 with Food Order)
the pastor
Father Harold Jordan
I,j and Louis Dean, from the State t I Lb Can '
I Farm. I 3 69C

I I A full report on the Valentine'sI ,
was given by the Treasurer,
4 I Mrs. H. L. Morgan, Jr., and a date
I was set for the 1956 Bazaar to beheld T1jMtq l lI ,
I July 7, at the Woman's Club. i. + I IJi II I

Ii Plans were made for sprigging I SUNNYLAND 8-121b Avg., Full Half or Whole
the other side of the church yard. .

\ \ \ \ I IA sprigging party for the boys and Ji ,, Lb ,
j girls will be organized as soon andlevelled as ,,-;, SMOKED HAMS 39C
disced \I.
has been
-SUPER-ROBOT'- the ground t -. 1
off. 1I
bt I
Call 239 I The next meeting will be held 1I I

For I en Sunday. March 18 following HICKORY SWEET or SWIFT'S Premium
HOME DEMONSTRATION the 11 o'clock Mass.

$89.95 I Al Rotary Nihon Distrht 1It.'ttdI Governor Lb
I At the District Rotary Meeting
in Jacksonville this week Al Nelson -
And Up I P'If'
local nurseryman and member
Chas. C. ShepherdTV of the board of Keystone State
; I II :
Radio Seat Covers Bank, was elected Governor of SUNNYLAND Fresh Bag
Starke, Fla. District 212. The election was one I Iii
of the highlights of the program i
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=- -- E 3"9 $1.00

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,, Now you can give your rooms the ') ', ,

touch of a professional with lustrous, ;

rich wall tones that are modem, pleasing 'EAT.RITE" Delicious Round or

authentic. Think what it means, r i j :
RCA Victor 17-inch Thrifton. Lowest be as distinctive as '. j 4 I Lb
rooms can
RCA Victor TVI Cabinet 37% )'our
priced I I IEAK 69C
smaller than previous table models-fits )'ourself, and you can match walls and ; I
close to walll) "Hidden Panel" Tuning conceals woodwork with your choice of quality- r
controls on top. New Balanced I proven Dutch Boy finishes The Dutch

Fidelity; Sound. Ebony finish. Rollarqurd- I Boy Color Gallery is a treasure chest FANCY BLACKVALENTINE
stand, extra. Model 17S6022. I for home decorators with a wealth of .--

Smart hues to select from. Your chosen t Lbs

959.95I!I colors are mixed while. you wait. Come \__ I BEANS 2 35C

i color-shopping the Color Gallery way atSTARKE


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I! t;; 1't.; .h IXIo'y't'I'Y .v.ijKibly! NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED ::1 '''', I":,' '1' :." .', .. 1",1: ; : :

I I' ii--, ,i flops 1 and !livestwk CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY i C.I > I >,,!) f,', ;.::<'\ .",

I 1[ !" niiii! wv are most ojncrn'io Mr. U-ll: ) Harman --.n .1 hi|I.lr"n <.0 -, .. ... '''.'':'':' 'I
Uy Owr.L -I. Shell ,
1 i bat'l'ly sum up his re- I.: : ; : : ,: I'. !" .

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!' I i.'i. unproved prices dining ,dId i> fRipIo'.i.i! \ti-,1 M-I: H.ir- es'i tI'll ttf
.\ :"irwrr. thrill ( m\vi I :;1" .: ;j' : ;: i."i! .- ar.-l: m. .hung! :' of
i;; !,!' pioduits sold by the 11 in 1a; sit< i 'ni MM.iu.iie: : !
I-Ut) : c.iifi-iiiuiii!!! arts d.! ( ; t ";11'' ''' Iii! slate and blue :
:i' r1'" l'roduti"n' costs will re- .:sa.ilh of Hshiji'l I : 'l
'apa'jt 0:1 ::mw.iv. Ft-h M.: alien: I::.:,.-a,,::11':'; marks,; argil ..b>-ervasiven -
!! h'h: The :l.trmer must do a ', 'he Bradford Countv Ten. hers1' : lun. \\'t'll hv Principal i fl .1,1: ., )l: ( n uie.l: 111 >r'.t: +..t.\ I ;

:' ,, job and hv as t-. ..n't.: Af-xit Ultlllt! 11)-/1 "I .1 :_ 1"'lp' ,it! ir.'li! > .- "i". v.'iuh!! eiiphase.i!! : the !. \ !; :n't; ','n: ttl' ',It''I\'J! I'll\\1; ALV I\\RFZ' STORE llen'.llulhtt.e" ( t'
silUt'! to inane ihcixiinuui. t K: tahli ht'd i -. 'i I 1 I
ptl 1 11> 111 "a'pilei"' ,j !I.a.w: file .'up ,! i".i < ni ',\!\\ adhn c !h t the l.! II! Xornnns.Mi !!! > I
I .\ C'0. T I /::; ,
: d'otlon't'I'! I'du't r ,! hv HrvKixisevcit ue tiu',1 I: All tnt sh.iols observ1 :' : and: :Mrs: O'I'H,1I1: !> iiir.j : -

t ? N.// >7 C Illmty .\ "' .< P.S |1'I>ng dues to Le- tell Jr. VII e, I"r Le\ > I tin- n",:dy' iU' we could note : i !ni'iiiep!!' : of C.ljahiIJI'!' .! .

... _..... ... .rW t -,- mrmlu-r. uf the CattlPinon:Shi! ,, was pa t'sentit by I'j*'.-,!';.cm c. C' ev''rrtthen, so we told you Ia.l'. C H.irdee..ip.d M.M : : ....: .' :;. ;'" -,: s.,:_<.--t .. -. ', '" ,:..: ;.. .. ,.."
: I : !: i tin weir Arrtcrs'"n; : Tn numoer that ;apI Ix-ut the wonderful pr':;:rain :at i :-ie Crcv.x Sun', lay aiteir."i.-

11.1. III .:.U1i"lIl |,; cvtnl im'hti ." j .I U. iin\vright l.-x prali'it! In ;;.i' rh.i'inn: !! ::1 i "-t t ',1,1'I I.'i''V Ti.! !nng: s. hurl, Y"ii are t! Mr! and! Mr.-. Oi.iric.-! t PROSTATE SUFFERERS t..
I' "ni! !i- I !! H.inn.-
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ttLtrk..tr3111N'rri! 'j" en, J. K. Kt-lly. ; ', Tuv 1'I"f'I .t a The !h ml-, ,, .:1 Jin k.s.'t.ullp! l.t-' S "
"Thf tJnh tt:' Am-U' a !IY" !i! -> < : '
I -I-, entered in tier im-i lt l ,an, I tin, ba-is Jne Cn 1ftiS, .in.l! Kni/'f 9 :\.1 Miilt.iiiu.il liistruiii.-iits fa Ni M.C--.I;, "i! ;
ute Sill.i 1., die ttunj'o.M'ii: u!: mitMi'" "'f: HI indfoii: 01| Cuun'xIrgistratiiill 1.1
i- L.- ,I i ] IHC Capt-in ( VM ) Meilitnii.il/ In-truniiiits Ca"> sir;,; -rUIMII ,\ i?
,' .1 t tlu- \if stem, or i. >y I I ,. i.il .- '. \
-'ipi-l I' .r" iithlr'Ii- ioi: I Hunks Open : : md :Ms: K..ty.l! X. : : -
it. ; i In cither car ;.."i will, hr i--'i! .is a : Fhaw ir 1\1' i v<'''y I >IL' : in:: l-l ii; K r Ooh.l.rT wY
!! I""i-- bu.Mi'o..mil Dtlu-i pI! "Il' -- In the pUI'! ,II sphere sunk.i.iej 1 Tti r l' l-:.-.n\'iIt': sn; 'nt! ?e\e: i I.i i. "
.ur.' -o 'to .i good I tt' > mat-ttdl !iu-fti 4
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.-" .t I :tmgeff" . not disfrantthe! Negro i.1 \.h \\i.n t1:, L ',' v- CLINIC :;
.," I ''ijus!, --.I. :<" :mti"I: It this 'he Si.itiCattleman's A.--n- THE FINLEY :
Aniliriim l and nif"i'hpr< n; 0'! I !ti and!
I f --i--i 1 n-1." !i.nil can yote,
i .' some,! i"vui! leaf I and ting (ir dying ",r FrIZII'attendl'll IrpeThe 1: .idtud i ('. 'nn- ,. 1:1:1'r aV IL'\\! : BL\\'EH: ..J.nO\\'II.U: !11 I I" :- z z'il.
? teaching i :: .i'; : ',1 r'i.l I 1 II :.. i its ii gister and r I-l! !, r..i: l K: C i I : :
it only! had in youi .top ,- A>sfX'iilin: .
"ti'i' :1 ".nr
II' "u :' .
e hotter set in \\iil! h :lt ty thanktil tif .iini.-fr.' for the: \ ; t t- ::" ', ",lto.I! S,'I'-I! v .n, '", I ."- ,.- ---.- t .....-- ...- ::iV'
'i 'II! ,' stem you msv: Lv gettingpas ; had nc.\l m-'f'in? ,- Iy'.!)k-tlul! I;.. 'n vi-n[ 'lrr: :iri I t'to'; I":. ,I5.1!! : : .' LaCio -t '1'.. ,' : : ",!:, : :. ,', > 'f _-_ '---. "",, .td -. .
next Mann 30) in tf. K 1:1 ; e -
year \
':MI.i.iih'i t ::11 in. on
"t' [ :gruff: : p. Res- (/l'iu'kseiVK't: that I ihou! 'lilllg'I!: ;: } Illf"" -rtar.t t uftues are :tit IM fill-! ti.hl.Ctnftt'11Ctlklr..
We have t?en j the Ganl-n
\\ : ,0I1(1I !I"h'o'!: been : loom .vl! piovuie' t'r M' >. t.il<1 or re-filled. It i i.s your demo-\ -- ---"' -
\ : 'ti oi Jaih1.ille
..:. d! .!n l the pa-1 : II"I'"t'k' :; to'' hut if ant.
Card Of Thank and
ratir privilege right sec
", ,'p'.1! this RhiZiiciunia; or- hot days without Plantl. Iknwmbt.rOn. I The family II! Rt-v :inl! Mrs I II hit we jret the best in leadership. tl \ ,:: attt-ndfj! chun It service.hi. : .
your bear {' of the important hybllol:; ;ant Sur.ii.lV. 11'- -.1> :S the l'S.t i NO DOWN
A II'h<,nsi> Jenkins wish tll express ; \\'e" will nut and annul un- PAYMENTI
at leas a twentj I c.tHo'l\ hiiu to pie.ich. >Ou j li-; 'ii'
.MemlKTS you
1 i I'" no postive cure for.Ihirnr New average .
I' t 1 } their heartfrlt appreciation '1er the 1 1-iw tell you how to vot01' -
'i than open lo b,' Sunday! nigh'!
.- greater yield I' aw.iy:
,,, disease.u Bradford County '
: fungus t-i their many friends for kinddexpressions for whom you should<<1 vote, but'or .
', varieties. \ spiead the io.-pel.; He i.s our 'V. I
'I"1 ," .' \\ m 1It'I\d" suggest- Farm Bureau and sympathetic ges- sake and God's saketlease
,,, tc to hear Two iii the top producing yel your Icatier and we are proud ut :t'nyuing !-
"I.! i possibility! evening 18 and tnies during their recent b rea\v- vote when the time comes.senior Olher'Isltor.s '.. o'.i1: :;:1 t" MONTHLY 1VVYMKXTS ;S; 1 I1'ill !
Dixie !
h' ,1 I, ,r i .MV! < -I| plants and ley. outlook! :: : ; \ hvbnds are ment. Ufd Cross '1 fate : man 300 1 0
n:1' latte: ..ir.'lMrs. '\
G-.-10. with the church 1 II't Sunday were11'
The family of the late Emma
in weevist.mce I to statement from Bennett and chthhei!
i to do better Williams Hughes wishes t<> thank I According a I I11rs John -- :: MONTHLY PAYMENTS: :: : S 1 1T
1 .- If you want a whit" Marguerite Hall, executive of the State Farm and :Mi and 600 20
: I the friends in starke, Jackson.-
for cribbing, try to ge director of the local Red Cross Mrs Dirk SIII I.ng.Ind ihildie", :
t n
viii. and \'icinitfOl' the many ,
>nie Coker 811. I condolences during oar bereave- chapter, the Senior Division campaign of ileilbronnNormanHarm LOANS UP TO $2500.00
hogging off can of the Red Cross will start
Fur early ; j i mont period. We are deeply grate-
prosperity is will like either Funks O&< todaylarch 1.11'. Robert.. ha.- Floyd Noinun' and IVe.lie :M.HHaivev
>11 '
your fill to all of you. We will neverI
:McCurdy. Select a variet: been named Fund Chairman. ,it ( jen| S1; :M.iiy writ:
I remembrances during
forget your
I, ; ..\ manage!: for top productior,' ,1' Fred Williams and I Principals Thompkins Anderson Put Oft
w r Hicham at Brooker is makin;] our .sorrow. Taylor, Roberts.; Price and Suprisor -- Why '
: i family. I I
-.- a sure market for rom I \' Shell have been n.tmej a: = I
: Announcement
.- torn might be a good ''1'01]I i! Marriage Of merest to relatives and I the steering committee! for the Stenographers Needed Repairs Paint Your House i

extra money. drive in our division All :It IZ"I1-
isome fi I lends will be the announcementI I
.bairn Ciru".r.. II I are ask. d I to enroll 1..1 $1 <'< *
I I by Mr. and Mrs. W. E. JenkinsFr. needed Add a Room Screen Porches |
a little Aldrin or sum<'! more. Your ,'ommlmit.Iqllo'-" !'.' at i
Putting! I i
Hawthorne of the recent
to in the Ovate' I dice will contact MUI for \nifcontribution. :,
us h"" msertUidc man i'age of their daughter. Mable UNIVERSITYOF WILD) A (; AR.UI(; : .\JnTII I\l'L\'IH\t< ;
wetting will kill wireworm!! Give g'.nt'l'olls1'! .t'
Elizabeth to George Lee ofi: ..- FIXTURES SEPTIC TANK WATER I
are in your soil. I hay< this has been a mOt ihsi.tt.and ; -
kp. h'table IAV is a '
uttle leaflet on insect pests o f hazardou.- ycai; !t'"I! "1,1Ault'l1..an FLORIDA :-;YiTEIS1.1.: : REPAIRS AM n RE
teacher in the first grade at RJE I
the infor.1 Reii: t'i.-! ir..i!: I ,- !I. r
if that gives you
Local prosperity is necessary : ( an. has served efficiently in this !: 10houretk MODELINGLABOR; AND
these ma all -day.
It mil. using one of ;P. Ivy ti
bank is to be successful. migh t position for many years hLet' MATERIALS
in plant water I'
reason we're so interested in lal mighty;; your good insurance.N is a Civil Service employee of .'VVL ..y.yyyyyy.yy.. ... 2 \H'l'hS"aration each
Jacksonville, a member of New each .
and in (
community progress, G- Hayes is setting thi!; year
Bethel Baptist Church and a pro-i Our Office No Obligation
I Applications -
financial advancement of ] >k and he is pouring a bi| '
:' can full of liquid Aldrin il; muter of quartet singers lie h i Free Course. each !semesterSick
our customers. also a local barber. George and\ I leave and retirement
drum of water. The I
This has always been a forwardlooking his; setter is about 50-galloi I Mahle Lee will reside in Starke Icy Mr*, l.aey Norman benefits .

Junior :Musitiaiii Meet
community-minded I' -. I .44...................
The Junior Musicians oi Starke i Apply ARKE
and we aim to keep If you'ic interested in buildinj '
met last Thursday and competed i ills S.it.ih :\0111I,111 wa.- infileeil SE RYI CE

; applicator for row fumigatioi plans lor their first annual spring ('''\0' 1 1\ l-'lil.l\! nil Kll,1ness UNIVERSITY OF FLA.

present root-knot, I have < Employee Personnel BUILDERS SUPPLIES (
musical. Charles Covmgton. }resident ; I \
I II'' III tr giving complete plans .: Services
appointed a committee to. AlU-'t I Xiinnaii rind! K I' II u-
1111 i an ng up one on a singl<
invite oilier musicians and talented : \reM n! to f'll.ittah"u.hl" 1 11-' & 33l SA.I
I ':.,\\ stork Or one two-row ap 10!) Administration Bldg
persons to appear on the program reek :to get WIll01'11I: 1:1: l.oc.i'ise
11' 1:01! with tractor. thai will be presented the of the ilincrs of Will's! ,""tJ'T! GAINESVILLE.; FLA.

__ \ \ 1"lt to our office, a phon: I Sur.lav after Bistur at Allen its Frances ol'mal1. II. \\ !ill

FLORIDA BANK at STARK ;hi i.,,"': ,\',. tie:"': '-leaflrh9ne5t: : will: 1 I'I Chapel r\ME: Church. The theme II) .

1PW of the (tub and motto is "Let All

.1 I.IIy Life Be Music." aro'I '
,1 uohnn 'U. LOVK the new lt.nt'.ire : .' Kitties I
Member Florida National Group hoping to have Rosebud
dt fnuntaiii wnspaxti1 it
;pu [ I '
!>hlI at Bra.t_ and Joan Britt as guest soloists I l ,. s \

ford County Telegraph.. and one of the objectives of the .

group: is to give a music scholarship -

!i to some deSf'l'vingstud'nt

'of the community. The newest
.< I member us Grace DeSue. student

< )- ,/ of the junior group taking music

";;7'-t.,} I from Mrs. N. L. Pullum and oth-

t..;-- ... I ers are invited to join the club.j .
= ;; ;; fu,
V'i -- '. J j The meetings are held each

I! Thursday. :3 p. moo at the home

1906 a half century of service .a; southern agriculture 1956 j of l Supervisor Shell. .
isKetlia'l' Tctiirnaittt-nt
C'1a"p." Tournament of Dis- 9 de [+

iJ' M t t'lcl V will bo held in St. 'VugtisMnp. I

'j itr+ ww on Frilly ant Saturday I I
r fit: 1k I th. week Reservations have beer .

i" ide principal Thompkin: and j ji ,

t its; '"-; fin- 22 students. The boys | h
tr/ i't ,
'w will /!11:1I'P: .' first game a' 2'

). 54 i' nt. Fn.l.'xrf i r-\ \ it 7 p m IfI!!I i rw eta '' ._w.. .

t'1: !1\:; they will go tip

'c t for imn's: :and :tiophy! on Satur-' .

S ; i\\-\ : r.ig.t;: The g.tnie Will he ,

t J : paved in I I.' n gymnasiums.! Muri ,

l. t1 i I rt\ High! f'l hunt anj,l Florida Nor- j New Heavyweight' .'.
,.' ;' .'' ...
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: : % r zti k j 1:Colire: The game I Champs : .k -

vas: ,..IIYl'dlontlay: night at High j

1 "Y C' +i"p sari b tit '' Spy Ing-:'. The girls lost their game I

i' 't bv on. point. 30-31. while tho

y h.'vs nun their game by one shot. 1I i

;r 2-31!lineand: t These both were teams hard-fought and j jX I ,Jiltt" New 156 Chevrolet Task-Force Trucks.

I It
c.-aiiies: deserve a round of apr m
P'" HIMand congratulations for a I % / Champs of every weight class !

I > r > good season. The principal.

c,..a lit':;': and members of the facility -I I

to the
:are deeply grateful

in the community who

persons supported the basketball games New models to do bigger jobs-rated up

this I'eason1'' promise you next ahlggt'J' to 32,000 lbs. G.V.W.! New power right -
and better season
year Keep in the habit of supporting across the board-with a brand-new big w

MUTABLEcOwr the Tigers and TigerettesIMiicatiomil
: K\: iir-i.,11 I V8 for high-tonnage hauling! New automatic .

Principal M. E. Roberts and her and 5-speed transmissions!'

first, second and third grade pu-

pils took their train and bus rid:

On Tuesday. Feb 28. at 10:20: a.

love fECIAllYt81J 1 m For most of the children this .
I New
I! was their first trip by train. They j ,,5;

purchased their own tickets and I'I'I T I I I r I Champs
were lined up properly for board-

lIt sad I8te the train by the teacher. I
IMfA I They ing travelled from Starke '0 I, Meet today's most modern truck fleet! It offers new champs of

I Waln! by train and return! >..vbus. I II I 1w is every weight class, including four new heavy-duty series. It

I This is the first i" -1'l lI if brings you new power for every job, with a modem short-

,\ e i, ;,.:tt.n" toe jj. antaei; ; f ked!In.;; J ;cJd i of filch tours that are :,'.I'n\: .\ .. stroke V8 for every model.

'' feed feed that h that I the schools ('ong"t.l: no-: Then there's a wider range of Hydra-Matic models and
i ,) .1' bier, freshly milled;: -a as Principal Robert .!1,1! : ''' r t' -

\i i fresh! clean smell that colts ;love ; r-r..s .-.f Water ak ''' ", -a.r.-----: Powermatic, a new six-speed automatic, plus new five-speed

s'ar til- ball a-i". ':- 39 manual transmissions
I > ,
SECURITY 'ecu' i\; Dairy F,co is made shortly before you feed UashingtonV nirthdaiOhs4r ,. .. Come in and see these new Chevrolet trucks!

r Security' contains good fresh ingredients-it's bulky
DA 1R Y nth: flaked corn, crimped oats and with all fines The primary ilepn i; : ; :1 : x 11 all oher models.

l i i Lnwtey: Traini-'g School+ p-t-- 'I Extn-coft: options aailable in a aide range of models (fi.c-vceJ :r,?', m..sin
re'a'cd:: Security is balanced uniform with just the "WP"ake On K i- r standard in Series 9000 and JIIjl)),
: play
f) .;ht consistency of ingredients. Security helps you 1\ '''y', : Washmt' ", g. : :,. ;

r keepour cows on feed. The next time you buy Dairy day. The production A a- .--.; >" -j New Middleweight Anything -less is an old-fashioned truck! /:1 m't' f

I vised :Miss A P. Ar.ii:1! Champs --' -
by v. -
it-smell it-watch -
FEEDS Feet'--trv: Security. Examine
I Music: bv Mrs. Z Jer.r.Tne:
H.I! CCIo: fcr !it dav after day."IEURIii'MIIIS '. I 'ac- \\.is hoautif'.h: :.' r'tuni II III

: \ t th' t,>,! \\ l t.I't'r! > je crepe a
T.ie-,; ir.i.! i 'lir-- flag.: Guests; A

SECURITY MILLS of Jacksonville Inc. \ !' ': :-d'; _- : Brilla Thom j
; and
I'* of Levy ('CountSchc".l ,

1700 W. Church St., )Jacksonville, Fla. )'r.i: ':' ::1! ','0,1 .\1-\-0- Thu.S'T1"

)F ,I "" ') .. }." '"'"' ,"..... ,I II Vest Call St. Starke, Fla. Phone 111

WE CEL1VER TO YOUR FARM I :.; ;:I" : .. __ :: : :...:
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chairman, says that sandwiches, I anj Mrs. Marvin Faile. I Thomas J. Griffin deceased; that I final discharge as administrator I I

drinks and potato chips will be )I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams Jr. I she has filed htr pett.n for !inaidischarge of the state of Mike Maruta de- Street You, are Hartford her.by ConnectIcut n.tinea mat a C'adva;;: H Bennett Defendant.Case No. 10-1335. i
and that the cia-ed,
will applyto in this nth of
day February -
sut: for
Home DemonstrationNotes
available for the me fet: to ;'of Miami spent last weekend in the Honorable Thtrun A. Yawn, 1556 and divorce ousted. control :antic. To tpprari I
support of minor children has To: Gladys II Renne t. whose I
buy at lunch time should they Hampton with Mr Williams' County Judge of Iradfurd: County. : Albf'rtlt. Si-g, administrator been filed residence and address I is; 1S6 Burreli
Florida on the 19th of of the tUte of Mike
day March Marina
desire to dO so. Proceeds will go family the J. A. Wilhamses. 1J6;; for approval of same and for, deceased. Court against and you in the above named it:; Elairsville, Perm. I
cause and
notified that
you are required You are hereby a
$c&i for improvements at the Cherry They also visited his sister and final discharge as executrix of the 2/17 4t 3:9 to serve a copy of your answer I wit for
byDOROTHY estate of Thomas J. Griffin deceased '
or pleading to the
Lake 4-H Camp. family, Mr and Mrs. W. R. I on this:: tub day of Kebruary. -' In Ibe I.Uhth Judicial (Irrult the Plaintiff's Atto-nev complainton Divorceaas t
} ROSS !Sr 1956. ('nun.. IIradfurd County, )luridaIn been filed against you tn the I
\\ing Fowler in Lawtey.W. Gerald n. Hart. 501 Smith EuIUIng -
I I Mamie Elizabeth Griffin, I. bao..r,. I Jacksonville 2. Florida above named Court and cause and I II
Home Demonstration Agent The Starke 5th. and 6th. grade S. Home of St. George, Kxrcutnx of the estate of No 10-13S9 and file the original in the office of I I I you are required to serve a copy of

4-H'ers have started their sewing S. C., visited this week in Hampton -1 Thomas:: J. (Griffin 'deceased ,an :MrotU DM OIU Plaintiff 12Su H. Vincent -!,the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on or your complaint answer on or pleading the PlatnttT to !the I

project They are hemming dush with his brother J. \\'. .Home ; 2. 24 4t 3/U. Marotta.' Defendant. I 1:! day of March, 1956, ; Attorney Green & Green, Starke. I
Olll'.ltl..h1",1: beautiful the pears red bud and r NO IH .: 10 .ti'I'i.tIt Otherwise Florida
\ the
towels and making peasant and family. in ('Ir..aievu iiradford Count, To \'in..t Marotta allegations of raid
One-.tibh meals aie always plum trees are' They are fully Kl,.rlda( la ('bancrry I known: address : whose last ,Complaint will be taken as confessed and fit the original In the office of
skirts. and residence is
Mrs. John Hammond of Crystal ". Bernard Joseph : by you. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
popuUi! with homemakeia beI j lIet'ked with their coloi ful blosI At their mf'etingThursday, the Lake spent the day recently with | t.ff, vi.. Suzan Humphrey Humphrey,Defend-Plain- 7-1 York; Liiriiiur: Stmt, Biooklvn, New 'I This notice shall be published )r before the

in time ef- I soms and these, too make beauti- 1 ant. Case 'once cacti week for four consecutive 12 day of March 1JJ6;
au. e oi! the saving I 6th. graders each had a turn :Mr.: and Mrs W. W. Hammond in Order Of rubllrnliun 10-1401 You are hereby notified that a weeks in the Bradford County Tele otherwise" the allt .ktioiis of said
And :Nolli-e laAppear suit for divonr
"l .ooking rut'Ho"re' \ we ful flower arrangements for our been filed graph. 'omntalnt11\ he taken as confeas.
in the machine to how
sewing on see Hampton. ; Malr at Florida lo against you in the above Court and I I
nave a pork chop skillet meal : homes They are particularly well theyould follow a line on i-uzan, Humphreys whose rcsljdeme t'au'c and you are required to file Dated this S day of Feb. In6.I I I *d by you
( H. C. Green of Jacksonville I and 1 lOFFiUAL ;tAI,1 Charles This notice shall be publishedonce
addre is 6253, a of A. Darby
: Yucca copy your pUading or answer I
thai met all these requirements I suited to interesting line arrangements paper Most of them did real visited in Hampton for several t.[ ;rtrrrt. hollywood 2S. California.You with the attorney for plaintiff, II. Clerk of the Circuit Court. I I cacti week for four consecutive

You will need 4 pork chops one I well. at are required to appear on C. Baldwin P. O Box 104, Uainee-: By Marian I_. Crosby, Deputy Clerk .. weeks! In the Bradford County Trie-
They are to practice days last week'ith Mr and
one-1 | March 26, l'<36. in the above namtd ville, Florida and file the original MO' H 3/% Traph
imh thick. 1 tablespOOn salt, : 1-11 Xevvs Rally Day home so they can become expertat Mrs. W. A. Saxon and Mr and Court and cause, wherein plaintiff with the Clerk of Court on or before Dated this 8 day of Feb. 1*5D.

fourth teaspoon pepper, 4 tablespoons i The 4-11 Clubs are getting sewing on the machine.Ijiutey Mrs Madison Lee I'seeks divorce. 1 15 March 1SJ6.;; : otherwise the MITHK II IITKIR OFFICIAL SEAL: Charles A. uaroj'
Bradford .illvRatlons contained therein will In Circuit O-nrl. Bradford four Clerk of the Circuit < '''irtE
unrooked rice.t slices!! I ready for Rally Day March 10 4-H Club I I'I publish this County Order Telegraph in next hall four be taken as confessed by you. KlorliUi In Cbinrerr.J'ci I J > :Marian! f.. Crosby. Deputy Cler

OnionI slues tomato, 4 green i i in celebration of National 4-H The Lawtey members have TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtTTf.BAYLESS weekly I Issues. un'e This each notice week shall for four be published consecutive .h I' !\nm, :t. Plaintiff %". 2 10( 4t 3That's i

one-fourth teaspoon Club Week. It will be in I I Witness. mv nand and official seal weeks in the Pradford Counts I
pepper rings arid i held elected the following gills to office ,I at Stark 1" la, this, 16 Feb ISifi..OFFICIAL .

thy till'. Brown the pork I I the USO at Starke from 10 a.m. : President Patricia Sapp: HMAY\ t MiAD: Charles A. -jarbj Telegraph printed in Bradford a weekly County n"w-Flori paler

.hops in a large gkillet and season i, until around 2 in the afternoon Secretary. Vonda Gayle Stalling: As Clerk of said Court. da. Our Business
I i Pv Marian L. Crooby. Deputy Clerk Hated this 10 daf.f I'\ '.: 'iary
with salt and pepper Place (I "Fun and Play thet.-]{ Way" Vice President, Ruby Johnson; I Chat. R. Hesi.! 204 Guaranty Life AD. 1956.tWFIClAf.. a L S S g if it's Glass We Have It!

1 tablespoon of washed rice.. 1 will he featured during the day. Treasurer Gwendolyn Raulerson: By Anna Until Crosby! ,;, Itldg., Jacksonville. FlaAttjs ( SE\L': ) .s
I ; for I'lf 2 '24 4t 3 16 Charles A Daibv. CALL WHITE or VISIT
blue of onion. 1 slice of tomato One hundred girls, parents and Song Leaders Joy Starling. Barbara &AALL1AAALAA1LLLL11. Clerk (of Court
'I' Pv: :Marian I.. (Crosbv 110..11\ ''i.'i l kI '
and I green" pepper ring on each leaders are expected for the annual Starling. and Patricia Par-
I Mrs Maggie Norman and Rob I 21 : 4t 3'9 I Joe Peters Glass Co.
hop Add the thyme and then |! 4-H pvent This is the rish; Social, Gertie Fay Cruce, j I :\"TU'.: TO .' riiKID
Norman rect'nUy'Islted Mr. and tlrrott (ourl. Bradford Coootj,
enough hot water to cover the ; fourth consecutiveear that Ral- Vera Crews. and Geneva Gieen 1 Florida In
| I ChanceryGeorge .
Mrs Willie Jones In Gainesville.. NOTItK Tl tl-FK R
Cover and when 1 has been held in the roun- 11. Vanderhoff FOR ANY CLASS NEED
chops tightly I Ily Day I I'lainuCt.s. I Circuit ('our'.. Ilradfurd Countf.llorld.ii .
I II Mr. and Mrs[ Charles Newmans Huth L. Vandtrbi'ff,
Defcndint.Case In < bunrrry.George .
steam escapes switch to low heat | ty. 1% We Design Modern Store Fronts
I I j
I of Gainesville visited Mr. and Xo 10-1403 U Jenkins. Jr., Plaintiff.
.. ,
and cook for one hour. This It is the responsibility of the vvvyv I Nnllie Topprar. Mary A. Jenkins, Defendant. 0 Just Mail Us A Pattern for
I II Mrs. Lois Newmans last week. To: Ruth L. Vanderhoff, whose !I Case No. 10-13S2
makes four generous servings.aM senior gills to help plan and I Buie Crosby and Vincent Kelly residmce and addre.ss i ib:: : Apartment !:toiler To Appear: Table Tops

with a green salad i is a mealin carry it out as they have received I 405. 50 Jones Street Jersey City To Mary A. Jenkins hope resldence '' 1313 N.W. 4th I'l. Cainestille Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353
I attended the Elvis Presley showin New Jersey. I I and address f is: Mechanics-
itselfFlower training at short course in Tallahassee I Jacksonville last week. You are IIl'r..by notlfl-d that a''i yule, Maryland I'

Arrangement.. I and have had similar Uy Mrs. D. E. 11111LAAALAALAAAAALAAAALAAAAA suit for You are hereby" notified that a'
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman Divorce suit for divorce ;
Now that vegetable greens are I duties at summer camp.I hag been filed against has been filed against you in the i
you in the
beginning to bloom you might I I This year two contests will beheld were weekend guests of Mr. and above named Court and cause and I above named Court and cause and Now Is The Time To Plant
I Mrs. Hubert Norman in Weirs- you are required to ou are required to serve a copy of i|
I II serve a of,
try combining these yellow blossoms I -- the original song and i \\hat's Your Opinion? your answer or pleading to the copy complaint ;I'I your answer or pleadin to the complaint .

with daffodils in a flower I tnlent Winners from these groups I Renewal of Florida Power and I II dale.Rev.. Malcolm Gailbraith, and Josrph on K.the Skipper.plaintiffs 2S1 Attorney Florida I i Joseph on K.the Skipper Plaintiff's 221 Attorney Florida I I Azaleas

Mrs. L G. Powell in Light Co. franchise for electric t Title r.uildmf. Jacksonville 2,
arrangement: I will compete an area meet in I Anna Ruth and Russell Crosby Title I-tJilding.: Jacksonville 2. ]i Florida. Citrus Trees
makes most attractive mass arrangements flieen Cove the service to residents of Hampton Florida I Itna
Springs following attended the revival at Sardis and file the original In the office of )
under discussion at file the original In the office !the Clerk of the Circuit Court on'' *
using this combination Saturday I will be of the Clerk of the .I Fruit Trees
Baptist Church in Worthingtonlast Circuit Court on [or before the
of flowers Mrs W E Bigham Jr coun- Hampton City Council Tuesday! week. or before the 26 day of Min.h 19S: ; 'I 12 day of March, 1S56; I *

Have you noticed lately how touncil, improvement I I evening, March 6, at 7-30: p.m. otherwise Complaint will the be allegations of said I otherwise the allegations of said CameliasPeat
camp The young people of our Sun- taken as confessed Complaint will lie taken as confessed -
: at the city hall. by you. by >'ou.I I
day School put on a last
1 181 program This notice shall be
This published
-"'...-'''''- All residents of Hampton are rr.kn be pUbllsht'donc. 1 I
r- -- Friday night at Bayless Hiway each week tor four consecutive!i once each week for four consecu-1 Humas! Sphagnum Moss

requested to te present at the Church. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -!I I live Teleeranh weeks inthe Bradford County i I Cro-Tone Magic Bloom Ily-Gro

ay's. I' meeting, to bring up questions Don't i I Dated this 7 day of February, I
7J1e forget: Sunday School hated this 17 day of February, Plant Foods
E.,SIMMONS I ,'tS.; about the issue. J. H. Dupre, 1956. .1956.:> |
110 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a I OFFICIALSF.AL) Charles A. Darby I I
manager of the Blandmg division (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I Clerk of the Circuit Court ,
m. ETU has been changed to 7 Clerk of the Circuit Court
|Ey Marian L. Crosby, Beputv Clerk ,
: : <:/....... of Florida Power and LightCo p. m. and Evening Worship to 8 !By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy. Clerk. } 2/ld 4t 3/2 ALL KINDS GARDEN AND FIELD SEED
will be present. I ::24 4t 3. 16 I I
p. m. Prayer Meeting and YoungPeople's
j aOTI'E'IOAl'PER i iI
UMU Week Of Prayer i in
In The Circuit Court,
Eighth I -
time Circuit Court, Bradford County
meeting same as I
Hampton Baptist WMU will Circuit of Florida, In and L'lurlflnt In Cbanrrrr. I
usuaul Fur Bradford County.In I John J. Keenan, Plaintiff vs. Mary I II Sistrunk Feed & Seed StoreCall
observe the Annie Armstrongweek thanrrry. No. IO.13'St'II'li V. Keenan. Defendant. I

of prayer for home missions % 1O 1)1.1)Julia : I Case No. 10-13S6 |
RURAL COMMONSense Leapard Plaintifft.. Arnold %otI",'. To Anpe r |
I St. Phone 39 Starke Fla.
5 to 9.
next week, March Leapard Defendant To: Mary V. Keenan. who e rest- I ,
Meetings will be held at the In The :>anie of the State of Flori dence and address I Is: 94 Hampton',
I da:

church Monday, Tuesday, Thurs- I I in. Arnold Leapard, Defendant _. ._ i
hf'r"ln. hose place of residence is ent ... '-
at 8 -- -> ----- -
day and Friday evenings 1 unknown:
p.m. Mrs. Charles' Hicks is FOKE-STRKS .SAY :FARM You are hereby notified that a i
[\ TIMBER LANDS COULD suit for divorce has been fined
chairman for the meet- Wash Your Clothes .
program against you in the above entitled !
ings. j BK MORE rRODUCTIEIt cause; and you are hereby requlr-

_._______ __ ._C 1 I'd to file your Answer with the I S HUNDREDS ,
a &:.t..a PTA To :Meet Tuesday _. Clerk of, this_ Court, _and to servea 9 Pounds )
Hampton Elementary School i I has been estimated that 60 copy thereof upon PlaintIffs
cent of the nation's total orney.. Samuel \'. Holch, at-I
Which Triplet Trades At Koch's? PTA will meet Tuesday afternoon -I per cOmmercial :lam Street. Daytona Beach, For 40c! of details are managed and economic-
forest lands ,
March 6, at 3:15 pm, in is in the da, not later than the 19 day of
( hands of individual farmers. This :March, 1956. If you fail to do so, : ally attended that only a trained and

the school been auditorium redecorated., which The has !I group supplies a very substantialpart decree ed against pro confet-so you tothe will be enter-\\ FREE Bleach If Desired 1 t careful organization can attend when

The right one is the left one the recently manded In the Bill of
wrong, Misses Bell and Thompson of the of the raw materials for our Witness my hand and seal j the urgent need for serving is at

same; the middle one's the best of all the Children's Bible Mission, will describe -i, forest industries. Court 1956. this 10 day of February, i I hand.
work and Yet. say the experts a good OFFICIAL SEAL) i I
memory i We Will
game. Childish prattle, eh? BUT it is not for' many of these private holdingsfail Charles A. Darby. '
mission-sponsored camps Clerk Circuit Court Bradford i ; DeWITT I c. JONES
prattle when that shortages shrink- school children. All parents are I II to measure up to standardsof County Florida. I, Dry Your Clothes
we say I and learn of theI production and efficiency that By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clferk | Phone 7 Starke, Fla.Ambulance.
urged to attend 2/17 4t 3/1 >
ing buying power and generally topsy- I offered in the forest products industry demands sr=.rsr-sJ
conjunc-\\ I For 20c
I I 1 This despite the fact
conditions still tion with the :\OTI'E TO APPKUl Funeral Director Service
turvy we that 85 per cent of these private In Circuit ('oort, Iiradford County, '
In New Automatic Driers!
Mission. i iI Florida In C.han..ry.Jamt's .
make shopping as pleasant and productiveas Perkins school forest holdings are less than 100 Singleton, Plaintiff.s. I Our local funeral home enables as to offer convenience* W.
Mrs Ola M tlargaret :Singleton: Defendant. services
I acres of timber lands, which i I e not otherwIse available
in the good old days 'way back in 1938. I principal, stated that the :.otIce 'lo Appear ,
Hamp-I means that proper handling would To: Margaret Singleton, whoseresiIene
I ton school faculty is not be too chore. and address it. Slateti-I I rrs sssflflsSsssSSS rssssflrrrnrssrs_
With the is great a The Washeteria I
'us customer always king. Dropin
at all times with any boro. North Carolina. ,
cooperate We furnish
I ( Florida is in a position to take You are herehy notified that A I i highest type service at lowest prices, and

for a royal treatment. religious organization which is : advantage of on-farm timber, per- suit for divorce, care, custody and i acctjpt ANT We Insurance policy in force Issued by ANTcompany
control nf children
of minor I
the ,
I working for I haps as much as any other state has "been filed against:: you in ihe > Temple Ave. Stark' aa payment In part or in full on a fuaeral

I he children of this community. in the nation. There are thousandsand above named Court and cause and of I Iyou .. -,.- 0 '. -_ I Consultation carries no obligationOPEE3A7BOH .
are required a
Spelling Finals Here I to sene copy I "\ .. ..., _
thousands of acres of good your answer or pleading to the -- '-''-- < ------ tsrrrprpsssssprs SSrssrtSsrsrrssrr s-SrsI -
iJ111IIL1jIII School finals for the Hampton complaint on the PlaintiffsAtt"rney
I which could return profitsand
School division of the! pine J Donal.l Gibson 100
KOCH'S Flementarv dividends to the small farmer :Smith: I.'uilding Jacksonville 2, I
state bee will '
''mntv and spelling Tlorlda.
j the man who needs it most.
: and file the original In tbe office
under 1-
DOCTOR PRESCRIPTION h. completed this week, I' Unfortunately, 'he full potential uf the Clerk of the Circuit Court OR I
ne Direction of the principal of .>r before the
Mrs. Janie HN.K j is not being realized I'l day of March. 1S36.:; ; I
M.' vhool and i Understocking is one of theI otherwise the allegations of said

'. :;t''I'nthade, teacher. I areas where the small farmer Complaint will! be taken as contes'.cd I 3
the local by you.
Two rt'presentatives, ; falls down in timber manage Tins notice fhall be published

'wmpion| and the runner-up, will nce each week for four consecutivenecks
ment. This fault has been tagged
in the Bradford County Telegraph -
c "
Pfl1I'IE'! \ m the county spelling as the main reason that small I

h. .. in the Starke Elementary li.tttd this 13: day of Feb. 1936.OFFICIAL .
I farm timber do not
1; holdings
( SEAL Charles A. barn.Clerk I
r-f..l.-ru: on Thursday evening. j quite measure up to good pro- of the Circuit. f..urt I

Much' S.Mr. ductivity By Marian L. Crosby. D. i>ntv ('I.rk i I ._ ,..".. _... _.__,.. ... -,..
I : and Mrs Albert Morris ofOVin 2/17 4t 2,9 ..a'" '.. #;,"".><,,,...,", ,.,,,,t!>z.........:.4'f'. ._'_....'". .'_,,,,:.,,").,.. ,-=-"
i Insects and disease aL."o take a y1
arrived in hamptontv.'ehend I ;M> I iUOFiiIIiO: : > TO 'VKI: {
X Y. : :
\ high toll of trees which if prop- .,,.-......... ., I. IIi, I PII & i.SL_ _, I II""C "Ja :
ii=t for a visit with the 1
erly handled would produce some : II \IICI;
and Mrs. Prolinlr. la 19..tlIn : : ,
Tnhn Parkers. :Mr. "
good healthy dollars for the ( ..ur( Of '1 he (ouul>' Judge, 1 I FOR BETTER
Morns, son and daughter-in-law j pocketbook.One Ilr.idlord (nunl>, "'Ia'" of I'lor- ( FLORIDMARMIHG. .

of Mrs. Parker, plan to make Ida '
the points that Florida
of In Tniliale i, 011It -1
their home in this locality. small-farm operators should remember IV IK TilE f;T.\TE OP M1KK ,
.. : Adkins of MAli'fD .d I Ilo ?
G. (
Mr. and Mrt J. '
if wondering what to .\II \\ horn It May (.on..rn: '! ( :

Hampton were business visitors do about timber tracts that don't Notiie ix hr..bv g i vii t that A. M 'I : 'h
Si.'g h.ts filtj hif .il ,
I in n |port .1ilministrator -
2 Piece Foam Rubber Cushioned to points south of here duringlat quite seem to measure up to .\ of the Yo,...". of'' '
weekend I Mike Maruia deieased: that he hsfIli : .
standards is that help is avail-
his final .
i ptution f..r d'-\
Mrs. Margaret: Unison was Confined able at all times. iharpe, and that he will apply| to
the Honorable ( L. 1'.ltt..n. '
to Alachua General Hospital ifortje
SECTIONAL SOFA There are plenty of agencies mint Jtidtrt, Mibsti'utinK for the!'
in Gainesville for observation including the Florida Forest <'i'untv JinlKi of Bradford County :

and treatment for several days Io'I..r.la. .n th,' Oth day of M.irch. -
Service and State Agricultural I i'J 56;, for appral of same and for
I last week.
Extension Service which have ,
1 Corner Table 2 Sofa Pillows I
: Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Isreal.j forestry specialists These peoplu I

: formerly of Archer, are now mak- advise and This man can give you II
: ( can and inspect, guide\ I The big news today, on the Fi mdj f frmiric -.,.n.. L- die big ,"lIch to electricity
For Only ling their home at Hampton Junction the timber producer toward small dependabledelivery

:' where they will assist Mr. \ profits at least. if not to major I vividly dramatized b> H,ndi'- modern (acting ind pre-cooling pant.Powered .

Five and MrS. L. A. Wynn with the profits \i iI ; of I by electru it), the-e pluit are a vital link! between the farmer and hiMarlet ;

: fruit stand they recently purchased -. I

Piece ((1A195 I I I I >orirr TO Ari'Ktu II! iiCHRISTIAN I : .. .another jiooerful I* !tor III better more profitable Florida fanning'!
I In Circuit Court Bradford County
Mr. and Mrs. William Brooks 'j ji Florida: !.. hnnrerv \ I
I Tames S Jlnkner! PlaIntiff. vs. ,
i! of Flint Michigan, visited last t Barbara Joan Jinkner. flpfentiant.Case I : \ilL SCIENCE !

Similar ': week in Hampton with Mr. and No. 14-13S1 & $ Q MONITOR ,, ., : .
(I >o tII'. Tn tppenr !
To 1 i Mrs John Parker and Mr and To Barbara Joan Jlnknor. whose 'ii .i I1Igb'i

Mrs Hershel Parker. while on a I residence and addre Is- 5130 Leona : c interor.aII ,; ... .. .. .- ... __ d..._ ,
Picture dad I j"
: ( Street. Oakland. California. I I ---"' ,..-- -----.f_' _: __ ,.' 11
av "
vacation trip through Florida. You are b..r.bv notified that II j w '"
I I ."" fnr j I
I They expect to stop in Hampton 'r'F
Divorce custody support and con- Housewives businessmen, -
again: this week before returning I trol of minor children ;
has h....n fll-d ......In... you tn th" teachers, and students p'. over i
hove named Court and cause anilroll
r the world reed and this .
.. and Mrs Edward Saxon of I enjoy
._ : are required to serv a copY
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n last "'ouan. fr* r or pJpidlnir to the .nI ? international pub-
daughter Gail spent newspaper
''' anti
nl'! ">? ni the Plo:Tifffo $*+/r'*Av | I S :

::. ..... we-kend in Eau Gallie wit v Mrs I Kitchen SchwartT. 71J Prof-! lished daily in Boston World- c-2
'-::-.,"- .;.. ---, :. sional Jacksonville Fla. [ r.
,-,' '- Saxon's parents, Mr and Mrs. A. .. famous for constructive T.inJerufdrnlsIe.I... ,
.:'" :--.:: .- .nil c I. ti h L .f.- news .-- 5E .; u.n;
1 .. '.- -:. ''- G Pope. I jtVA PeV| nf the ('iI''"''' f .n-t ,,,. "r I\ / fij
< !rt stones; cnd penetrating: editorials
-- --" .o ; .'. '. / Mr and Mrs John Parker of before the 12 day of March, 195S: \ the familiar larger appliance, relte on ?.1
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"" .: ::: ;I 'hew1th! alleeitli' nf saiiir'umrlamt Specie! features for the hole'
-. ._- ,..::: ," ; t t; I mmpton: visited for several days will be taken all con'e* I I, scores smaller appliances; too.T oa.t.

;;;:. :" '_ 1- ..J 'e(? h' YOu. family. 1
.. in Miami West. -
!last week Key
: This notice shall he p'lh1toh..I c; electric
,4c -; era, miiers cooling utensil.
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4. '. .. ..... .' and Homestead. cnce eah week for fnUI' pnn-erii- -
'_ ". .>_ ,"\f week In the nr1frd ('nuv't' t. 4 sJ vacuum cleaners and other handy dec 4
,,, .;..: Mr and Mrs R. E. Starr of.T..r..h I The Christian Science Monitor
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."..."..".........".-.......q', ...__ 7\ ;". r.- < C': .in<' 'i1lt'"t're! dinner guests of. Pited iNs. <=7 E..H.day>of f'h February i.n.p.r.1956.'OPFIOIAI .... I Cne Norcy St. Ecston 15, Moss. trie helpers listen her housework,gut

Mrq. Rvr-nm Perkins Sunday. I Clerk 'f -.hf'r'. I Send your ne sc?ef for the time
her added leisure
: I Mr and Mrs. Harry Baker and I I Ry Marian I., ('rn.h,. Di'poo'v f'1 cr'ecfced. Encl2 sej find. my check or I ... for happier Florida

t I ";; /11 4t 3/! money order. 1 livin-.
Hart t i T.1! rb'Mren! of Keystone Height"! I

L'4 1-. \';";'tei! Thursday with the W.hr'mmnnds. WVr \OTirr OFIMFM-IO\ MtKKIM 1 year $16 n 6mcnths3Q3montha54 P0'

\ \PJ'I.ICTIO'pon 'J'\i\L fjZone ,
: I "CH \nr.r.IPruhatF :
Furniture .. and Mrs. D. W. Swindell law i! : h $. -

! "".1 Mr and Mr<<. C. A. Cox sro nt I In C Hradford.inrt at the('nant County,, Judge too...... ,-" "

Siturdty at Bedford Lake visit- "lalf of Florida I IAe1w ...\\- ,,,. -- .- >_ .' H 2-
"*" Mr Pwinf'en's sisters I IN pnoTF : '", r<:: -': ;' ,;...., / <, _"'2:2. __.; ,,: _'.-" ,
Company f Tn re th.' F-tTo rf : S"
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, p-\ ,i! M. Mv! rl':1 \ ','* \'.'*H -" 'i: r.VT. .'" ."M ''T. i v\v- .\rrrv, \' t" .. '. C.ty ito'ePS !"i FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY

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Facts Of Faith ,..............,.,...... -- ---,- A"utL'r.: .

LAIYTEYBy \ F r"u'. : 1 tph VF'. n :'" '

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Mrs. J0316 T. 1'uti h :cv.; :.:.:.,.:.- ,J:i I : : r : Ii IiI

I .: ',. : g: fat !I'.1i t n."' :,' .-.. ,,' .. -
\\ > > teenagers
: ivo a fine and intelligent ,. ust' hi :,>n' I .,'

1 'til'- b. ---k. tball pla\er G uI :\ Soil ;.1 .\[ .;, 01 >ung people. I know tended the me ij; .\- i >-1-\ a ', I' !

I Methodist Church Al The Tabernacle ( I '' nr.cttilhiim: Parnsli, 131 tInt Conservation '!'!.,. 1'1'l', : : !!,';. r,' intelligent by their think- their attitude >n -"i.' ," ::1. ." I

j: .. .n: .pstn> Donald! Teston, Tom NEWSBy .' :i: .tbihty. However they seem'' things. I sr ove th-: 1,4.ever .
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t : < i : i : : ': : u'o ,r..ii: r
::>a urilrfv lo a m On.tiu/i- The Sunday morning sen..e I I i ituin TIny Fu'ch: Clyde Wamipht. Hill! lI. h I rif p'lnnt.e I M.Ithe !lack to he under the mistaken im- and d' .. 1t :b'1I! : t .1\
.t !meeting for Church Meniber- Freddy Dinkms i piession that 1 a good. sat: !1' t t."'
i at the Tabernacle wa tundui ttdI' Danny Soil C'onNenation: er\U'f I '->f entertammen: ior the ihiMrent they have reached : ?p\ t hI'
Itlp Class of Senior Primary and !I ': 1 tip! :'. and their coach, Mr. In- Bradford maturity. But with maturity ; cause it won !,>" toothey'll ; 'r.::; I'f f
by Daniel B. Robinson, a memoes: I County and hope we,
-- ''wllur children. All who desire to I' iii. were in Yulee! last Friday: A complete soil and water conservation will get a recreation director comes responsibility, and surely [ be hating Ibm ,In, 1 1':' .
MII this group should attend this of the Christian Business Men'- | d i Saturday nights for the farm plan was pre- toen-town organization. a a mature-thinking person would lens with their t<-, iagcrth'4';: f!

f ;t m
'I".". each Saturday until Easter I He based his message on Hebrew ,' 1 nid' lie our boys, as they played ''xated on the Brownlee Road. He it i of "drag racing" whereby net : J'il'illu"jo:. ; P.,' ".

-unlay. April I, when the group 11.I interpreting it from the [I iinst high school teams and 'S going to plant a cover crop at seemed to me and I i I only his own life, but that of

.11 I! be received into church mem-1 point of a civil engineer, Yiew-I'i I i ,.: e defeated by only small mar- the last cultivation of his corn. I olhers the that the" young people had others might be endangered

'>-'I: ship. 'I his vocation. The evening service j II Ii| ".- :Mr Ingram has done a swell Most of the land in Bradford did "gimmies, but would not and '! Another indication of immature ,

Sunday 9:15 a. m, Church I was conducted by the Sponsor. I I t in coaching the team. County n the natural state is I to, not once say they are willing thinking. it seems to me. was the & ,44.e: ."' --.....;.;:;

lUll'!. Kindergarten and Nur- I The McKinley Music Makersof I No, Iic'-. nut |pulling; himselfn't I The First Baptist Church WMS high the in organic material. After I!! wishes or of intend the parents.to defer Their to the at- I objection to the use of the word"control" ....... if-"'-' ..[ --..::.,...:..* .,...;:_.......
1 iv "-t at the home of Mrs. : land is taken in, cultivated. t in '
J open through morning wor- I Tennessee will come to the : f a ili// O. J.nders ]: tude dealing with young :
| ,\ spell t h i\ lircatliingpun /: I seemed to be "you do this
period. 11 a. Com- \ Tuesday afternoon. ind! the trash burned off each people. What /
nij. m Holy Tabernacle Tuesday night, March After a world this would .
i I '' .
r us or else. .
ininiiin Meditation: "Sacrifice 13. They play a variety of mu-i I u\jgui; he's t''tli'i'4; u '1f' > program the hostess served ""ar: the organic material be- j be if we did not have laws to'' : L' tt=. ..

the Glory' of Ix>ve." Reception I Sir instruments, and will be here ?..1..1lht'f| ; of hei.iini; uhidi uil! "fre. hments to the ten ladies tomes less and less. As organic I They opened their remarks by 11, control us all adults and youngsters .- ... '. litO fJCIfIf

''I''.1 church membership by trans- ror One service only. raiw.. hit \"!< <' three or four pitlies. '.resent. j material decreases, crop yields go saying if they did wrong or were!! alike. :

Confession of Faith. MYF Leslie down the soil dries out faster delinquent it was the blame of ; ; UR4kC///
f and I j 1.f\ human guinea I'i ig U Phillips, son of Mr. and the I And surely a mature-thinking;

.eratiofl. 5:30 p. m. Fellowship I Pr(' hvle..i Church "| :Jr. I Invin : Muon uf Moo- I Mrs. O. J. Phillips. has taken ': and is; harder to work The only parents.to but objected wholeheartedly ( person would not expect to take ?

.->pper, Intermediates and Senirs Ij.ro.t't"r he position with DeWitt C. Jones way to keep your soil in good the word all and give nothing in returnAll .
IiIII..tJtull"' of .. I
Science Ix> .tiigil" working condition when used later. "control"//
6:15: p. m Croup nieeting'dVF Saturday Adult Choir prac- Funeral Home, which was for- i is to keep that most parents ask or ex-
I ., ami l his .. _
experiment Miming under They admit
7 p. m. Evening service I ticc, 3 p. m. is a !<< -lerly held by Benton Futrh. Lesj j a good cover crop to hot-roddinsr.Ddra2'racing pen 01 tneir children n is a measure -
: ;30 "The '11I"lIlt' from the neu .MIS film"I'atts lie. with his each year which will help to and j(
m. wife unchaperoned
p. Acceptance i Sunday School, 9M5: a. m. and son, are of obedience. respect and YOUR home is
Knowledge Road." I I Morning Worship 11 a. m. Youth of faith. to lie slumn at I -cupying an apartment over the !I keen up the organic material in parties, but to them it was all; love n highly' important -

Monday WSCs Circles 2 and I I Fellowship, 6 p. m EveningVor- ton.the first March Itjptist 10. ('hun h I lampi! '/I i funeral home. Benton is now con- !' the soil. right and legal bbecause we don'tgive i I How many teenagers have, investment( an investment

meet the church, 3:30 m.Ilrt'lI'lal net-ted with the -- them enough.
at p. ship 7:30 p. m. I : National Stand- I j bought aRd paid for their o\\'n. which has grownin
Board meeting 7:30 p. 'ord j Insurance Co. I stopped by Lawton CrawforJ1' To me. it boiled down to this ,
Tuesday Monthly meeting I : ?
cars buy their
own clothes? the value
I St. Edward's Church Edwin place the other day. He was they want what I tremendously' during:
n Starling. Nick
Board of Deacons 7:30 p. m. Thomas. money can buy I! food they eat? doctors' and den- ,
Tuesday WSCS group. and Cordon Sealey loosening up his pasture by I recreation the past few years.Is .
prayer Wednesday Junior Choir I were fishing j buildings recreation! lists' bills? and all the hundredsof
J>::30 a. m.Wednesday. i I i I practice 3:30 p.m. Prayer Meet- Sunday Mass at 9.15 a. m. i in Crescent Lake last Friday. j d-sking it lightly. He remarked directors dances, parties. etc. I' incidentals It seems to
Children's Story 7:30 i Holy day masses 6.30: a. m and j :Mr. and Mrs. Carl that his pasture was getting so I but parents no; advice me your insurance still ade
I I p.m. I Itk --- no; they owe their parents a LITTLE'
Hour, 3:30: p. rn. Bible Study and 8:30: a. m.Chmldrens. I of Ocala spent the Hornbeck'l hard the grass just wouldn't supervision no; safety restrictions I something. quate?

Prayer Period. 7:30: p. m. I' ,' 6:30: p. m Chancel! Choirpractice I Catechism: Class each \ the Shirley Johnson family. .grow. "With the moistuie we no: chaperons -
Youth Choir 7:30: m I Wednesday at 3:15: m. have in the ground and i Of course, I know they said Don't
Thursday prac- p. p. Mrs. Bryant Reddish left T\lf>S-j some I maybe if they aie under lock sue.vJ. Ask! us (to review -
!! Kej'stone Heights | Hay for a visit with her son-in-i fertilizing this pasture should ,eel. and key in some back room. ___ I they had basketball and football
on games for us. but I wonder_._ _how,_ I your protection today
(At St. William's 0ut : ,
Chapel)) law and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pons and prow" states Lawton.At I hope the future I 1'n n
I .i (Follow Hiway 21 south to St 'I Mr. Reddish went for the weekend ,, scheduled will result in a meeting j I many of them could honestly say and J be safe

'HRSTBAPTISTCIIURftSTARKE William's Sign.) .' and brought her home the Cattlemen's meeting the the minds a give and meetingof take. I that thetook part in these
Sunday Mass; 3 a. m. other night Zedra Hamilton c I sports solely for the amusement '
stated Let
I ; Donald Brandcis is spending a the parents still be I
1 i Holy day masses 7:30: a m. j I few days in Carrabell and Tallahassee !- that he just got through cleaning the right to control -parentswith -I of spectators? I know of many'' H. C. Wall\ AgencyPhone
FLA. Confessions before all Masses. some Gaint Striatia Crotal- if especially i parents who would be very happy <
are to be held
responsible if their
._ Griff a>ra seed and that it looks good boys and girls did not
I Phillips! and son Leslie. I for the acts of our devote
St. Mark's were business MId is going fast. So:; if you want children so much time to these : 146 '
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor Episcopal i visitors to Fer-I I morally ary legally. which
sports !
1 many of us feel are
n.tndma last Tuesday. some seed to plant in your soil I

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town KeKajinond E. Mac Blain A. J. Starling spending I conservation program you better: i I --A Parent i 1 I overemphasized. They yield to 200 E, Call Street

Phones Office 231 Pa.' torium 130 fdays in Bildwin with :Mr. I I check with: him as soon as pos- I pressure however and let them
Seiuces at St. Ial Episcopal, I dinner guests: of the Louie Lee II II.a'n..right III sible. play. We are proud of our team= Starke, Fla.
Willis and Ir.an.1 .
'mdrs. Stalling
.--, Church will be as follows: Mrs. I \\ family at the State I I and glad to support them but I .

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Sunday: 9:43: ; am. Church Ralph Higginbotham.Mr. I I Farm A
complete soil and
i and Mrs Herm water i unservation -: '
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Unicn 6:16 P.M. School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. I were weekend guests of Hamilton Mr. and |,! Mrs O J Phillips and family I farm plan was .jelivere.i. -Z. 1 : : :.- Q"' -' Z,:: _',#::
: and Sermon 6:30 'I
I Morning Prayer ; : visited Mrs. Alice Jows in The- to Reddish Andrews.
Lynn Hamilton in Jaikson- in
Midweek Service Wednesday 8:00 P.M. p.m. Y. P. S L. I ressa Sunday afternoon.Mr / his farm plan is a soils map a

i Wednesday: 7:3i p.m. Litany yUle.Mr. and :Mrs. Colonel Nors- land use and sheets. :
map job
i ad! Mrs James Phillips of I TV
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at J and Meditation; 8 p m. Choir I I Tampa spent the weekend with worthy' had as weekend guestsMr I ServiceAll

11 a in. Regular broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday. Practice. I i the O. J. Phillips t'amBy.r'l and Mrs. Sam Holcomb of I The object of a soil conservation -

i Holy Communion: 1st Sund.lylIII Phillips returned with Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs plan is to help you in laying I

== a. m.; 3rd Sunday 7:30: a. m.1!i visit. I| .1 N'orswoithy of Leesbu'rgMrs :; i out your conservation
:== j awaits everyone. j J The T.V.. Tatum family and !I Wiley Smith and family By following plan of farming I Work Guaranteed Free Estimates

C. \\'. Tatum attended church at I of Jal'kson'ille'isitpd the G W you are able to keep your land Fully Equipped --- Dependable

What Will Be Outcome of Middle-East Situation? I! \\OOlH.\ CIIUKCII ll5sloN.tB.tITIST ', Lowell last Sunday.:; I !Papps. anj the. Nathan Starlingslast in top production each year 'I All Make and Models

I What Is Causing Outbreak of Riots In U I S.? Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Warren SaturdayMr : In
10 a.m Sunday School 11 a.m I Iot' and Mrs. Da\id Putney gum: farming operation )
What May We Expect In Future? I i preaching. 6:15 BTU 6:43: prayI Jacksonville were weekend I and family of California are the Florida Forest Service CHAS.
guests of :Mr and Mrs J E. Warrca visitj j: recommends C. SHEPHERD
I er service. 7 o'clock song services. ;; ng Mrs. Putney's mother anrll the bark
Hear This Subject Ky Pa..tort 7 :30 P.M: | chipping and
T:30 evening servicessKK.YriII j brother Mrs P.1.. Futch and I acid system
Mr. andh's.: Hermie KellV j) spiral gutter and TV Radio Seat Covers UplioMering}
"SECOND COMING OF CHRIST IN I visited the Frank Jones famiiyl'eystone Floyd. double head nail type installation -i

: >AY ,I.IVINTlST in Sunday afternoon.The I Mr. and :Mrs. G !'. Thompson and the 2-tjuart cup. Inadequate Phone 2:5: !) Starke, Fla
,ISt'f'ices Frank Wells family of Kt.j of Silver Springs/ spent the.week-1.. I I1 although it may bo cheap
each Sabbath in
the i| with the R. C. r at first OUR
i Augustine visited /rs. Effie Miner end Bryant f.mil.11'1Mrs. | may turn out to he 10TH ANNIVERSARYFred'i
OU Masonic Hall! on E. Call St. /1
and d.iughlr e
Hubert Priest most
BAPTIST CHURCH : Sabbath School 2 and Miss Mary Ann Motes expensive equipment
i p. m. Preaching I Hj D" f.
last weekend. I ter. Lorraine. and son. lamar you could hive used ; '
I week R. L. Mathews
every by pastor I
I 'i attended for i
a birthday party
Hampton, Florida :Mr. and :Mrs. Raymond Williams .
P.ible each --- _
Study Thursday -- = .
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of Jacksonville Danny Williams in Wellborn last :===--=--:: ', --._ -
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A welcome : were I
((7-30: p m. friendly =
Sunday School 10 a.m. Training Union 6:30 p,m. : I'nduests/ of the Ed DUI ban I Saturday. =-
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Crews
Morning Service 11 a.m. "Sin of Silence." KINGSLKV LAKE j I! family. I
hid : dinner Mr j
as Sunday
MISSIONARY BAPTIST i Tray and Donald Bennett of I MARINE CenterOffers
and Mrs. Markilee Padgett and
MARVIN E. FAILE, Pastor Sunday School 9:4o: a.m. Morn I Miami are visiting Mrs Floy i j
| son. and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Pad-
ing Worship 11 a.m. Evering Bennett and Giry.Mr i I

Service 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting I I, and Mrs. Paul Dinkins of'''':! trett Rev and F.dgar'nidnson son of Clay Hill taught ,' Only The Very Best Merchandise The Market Affords _
/ :lflrLUWL..JIREVIVAL; : : .__>, 'aeh Wednesday 7:30: pm. Every-j i i St. Augustine were weekend I I a Study Course last week at the ( And Every Item Is Backed Up With Our Guaranteed
one welcome.-Rev. H. II. Molt, !, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl) Carter I II Dependable,
i I First Church to 21 members -
1 and :Mr. and Mrs. Baptist i Expert Service
1' L.
pastor. --- Unequalled In Bradford
i I 1 I'ins. Dink-I i anJ friends of the church County.
Fri.hy'ening group
EVERGREENBA1TIST ', Misses Betty Jo and Mary Jane
It's All
CIirKUI( I Ciaike attended a birthday :!I; went to the Fred Moore homeS j | The Rage On
1 122: :-i. St. 'lair St. Starke. FloridaFeb.26Untilfl. I I after the meeting anj enjoyed
Sunday Schooi 10 a. n. Preaching -I i, for Bobby Johnson in Starke !,
11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. I I I last Sunday afteinoon. j ji :i refreshments. I All The Lakes I

.1. m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer i i I The Walter Whitefelt family of:' had Thompson father of Mrs I
and Mrs. Arthur _
Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Cocoa spent the weekend with the ;;1 Troy Bennett WATER SKIING
EVERY NIGHT. 7:30 P. SI. Rev J. E Lingerfelt, pastor. I 1 Leonard Prrevatts ,: Pearre. entered Riverside ITos-

,' :Sirs. Steve Starling Jr. is a''i, nitTIl for treatment Sunday after- __

F \hTll n \l'Tl'4T ChURCh : p.ltil'nt in Doctors Hospital in noon. I He Sure You Are Safe

,, lAUTEY, FI.SunddY ..\. I Starke The F. J Raulerson! familvj I On A Pair Of Z _
JAMES NEWMAN I spent Saturday in Iaril'tta'i h ,I IMr ;:;_.::_
Schoor 10 a. m. (PreachIng j Gary and Patricia Parrish spent _
11 a. m. & 7:30 m. Midweek the weekend in Maxville with' and Mrs L,. E Smith : TOURNEYWATER

EV ANGELISTI I service Wednesday 7:30: p In. their grandparents. Mr. and MrsFred I. P Rafu1' is employed mTirk ;
; : <'o \'iIthis!! week. SKIS
I A E. Massey pastor. : Lang. Mrs. Parrish went i

j I ,: for them Sunday afternoon. Mr P \Vooten of Kinc'ct'\! ,

KEY. I.. S WILLIAMSIJ'clcorne I Hampton Christian Churili Marklee Raulerson of Tampa Lake was 'visit'nc Mrs Man' ADULTS 29.50 '\ \-
I Sunday Bible School 10 a. m. j;i spent from Monday to Thursdaywith *>,- '(". - -
t PASTOR: Preaching 11 a. m. Evening i his parents, Mr. and Mrs -- _

Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. PreachIng Ernest Raulerson. CHILDS 21.50

7:30: p. m. Wednesday Bible Mrs. Emma Hill TIPS"Haven't ;
To People of All Churches : : j wh0 teachesin
: ; Willard M. (
Study Hour 7:30 p. m Tice, spent the weekend at her

4IiIff: t.- ;...... _..-. ._.a: __::'_ _---' 'It' Jones, Pastor. .' home here. I II F Most' Power

.- AIKPAKK I5\1TIST Mrs. Martha Bales and daughters 'llt& Whether Timber or Pulp,
Martie and Jackie, Mrs
; I the
-- {'II nt11 Model 5-
j :Mae Wells spent Sunday after* Per Pound
kiev L. G. Hemingway will 20
in JUg Power
i noon Melrose and also visited for
preach "Moses And The Burning j I
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH on Rev. and Mrs. C. B. North in Fast Cutting Dependable
j nu: h" at the Airpark Baptist Waldo. of f any Chain Saw i
1 i'A
Church. Sunday morning at 11 1 Mr. and :Mrs Dan Performance
200 Walnut Street, North Corner Jefferson Street (oVlock\ Lacey Conway, pastor. i in Honeygrove Texas last week were I THE NEWHQMELITE and Low Cost Operation.

I 1 1I IltJI.IUWn.PTIST: : to attend the funeral of MrsHarley's Brings down 6 ft. trees,

IIOMECOMINTi I brother-in-law Bill Re-d I
| cuts through 20" trees in
The Heilbronn! Baptist Church Their children stayed with Rev I

R015KRT I). SOMMER, Minister I will! have its annual Homecoming I and Mrs. J. Sherwood! in Starke I '- just 20 seconds. Makes

CARLETON STEVENS Associate Minister : on Sunday March. Dinner will Mrs. Arlie Dobbs and Mrs Willie I I oO. Digger i Profits, becauseIt

i be si'rwd' the grounds and an i Dobbs; visited Lawrence Dobbs .
| I ( Does The Job Faster
j I all-day: sing will! be held. ': .n an Augusta hospital recently r p I
L'f' iA'A
At Least
Lawrence is
I I greatly unproved a.:idI IJJ!
SUNDAY WORSHIP: 11 A.M i 1'F.\TF.cO'T.\: HOLINESS: 'I I hopes to be home soon. ( ? __ I Throws/ NO Sticks,

nii'Rrii :: Mr. and Mrs. Jamey Milton: I I f( \ .
Great (; Themes seen a dog Ue that Stones or )"
u peJ
t and
I undiv: Rrtiooi 10 am. Mrs. Sallie Green of :Mac- STOP IN: ;.

Special Music Uy The Chancel Choir i 1 \Tr>rnr.? Service 11 a.m. :;enny were Sunday afternoon in years.ofxnlj .: /: /. TO,3! )
Nursery For Young Children !! Pvenin? Smlce 7:30: p.m. sruests of the D. B. Thomas family / STn.\ -:
!!! \Vednesda'! \ : :- k
I Pravpr Meetings I II ikH to refer to I heir 5 HP l COVER ALL HOuSilOG
vght: 7:45 pm. Sah.rday: nlg! *>' II,I Mr ad Mrs. O. J Anders visited oar as a log" hut if you feel
; {
I I relatives in Maxville on Sun- hata.)- about it, how about 20 POUNDS9?.1 '' Only $326.95

I I Clrr.rll, Of ('Jml T : day ..
filing us it l uk in .
: : !
7 :30: P.M EVENiNGVORS1II1': :: : ; HOUR ,1uO.
I <'. 1.. Oerturf Jr.. Minister I Ii Mr<: Glenn Shuford mot(>l'-j SAVJ
inj ,
purrin' a Kitten, allear I CHAIN
Altar Period. Silent Prayer For All Before The Cross' i S' "day B.ble Study 10 a. m ; tDaytona: on Thursday ail round.

\Iornmsr Worship 11 a. m. E\'e-j j brought her mother, Mrs. San: -
Special Music fly The Youth Choir Not a reeNof/ a rotary!
ong'O5hlp: 7:30 p. m. i I't'dnesday Hicks home.: Mrs. Hicks hal'

Sermons On The Christian Outlook j \\ Bible Study 7SO spent several days with her sm- Come In And Look Over Our Complete Line Of See This Mower

p. m. I in-law and daughter, Mr. an,' tWCLAi '

R.idso program. "Old Paths" I Mrs. Floyd Martin. EVINRUDE OUTBOARD MOTORS

Mi-h Sunday a. m. Station !, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reyn-'M TodayIt
I WDVH. and sons of Jackson'ille1"1'1'
e"kend puests of 'he RV Will Pay You To Buy Where Your Service I> Rest Only 149.50

Clas..t's For AH Ages :; UlfKCII: OF .1E515 CHRIST Moseleys. They all enjoverf a triiiturdav '

I 1.\Tnl: n.\\' SAINTSPerviies : I ? to Davtoisi Beach an.-"
:; each Sunday in oW I other points of interest.Mr. OUTDOOR SUPPLIES COOLERS STOVES LANTERNS

i.Masonic Hall: on E. Call SL Sun- and Mrs Benton PUT COME! IN: AND SEE OUR STOCKTRED'S

Are you looking for a Church Home? '1Y School 1A a. m. Sacrament of Starke. Mrs. Jovce Futch and WAGER'SService

with ;: ..erviee 6:30: p m. Everyone wel! ,r;"s Ola MOP Phillins. attend",
build I
us. Help us our larger
come. the Bisketr-all Tournament in Station

Church Family --- We Welcome You. I 1't4A ::!.flI'4V nic'4't. MARINE CENTER!

Mr. and Mr!!. TlrvaT: T1"k... !087 Temple Phonetarke 40

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i i-tter t<> The Telegraph i i inu I s, .' ?;- I Good I z 7!: ivicESPECIAL

week Consressiiun Billy 4 Years In County } .. .
I 1t- '
ilatthfivs ,..aId: "In a recent is- tilt I

ie of your paper thre was aitm.nt ( aw.4;: (Continia-d from Page One) I t--; t' ,' .
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by my opponent whuh c .,. tyrr :StIitfl!, lames and Joe Speed." ; Feed \ -
inciiiret't I should be grate- __ I
rDi'k! recalls. Some of their
I" if you will give me the same I
di scendantsstill hve in the little
c to make the following stateI I
pal Nt-scn settlement that is cluster- Ue are pleased to announce

.. it i .n e.ich side of a sand-clay; Insures that our shop I is now equipped I

I iioutM that my opponent n-- d' just :\\o miles!' from Key- i with a I
Mb D..-.!rn' t _
,,%iit Congre.ssion.il ,
-I i H .ijhts In fact, at one _
h intieizea me foil'> votii'tr, I I'MI'LETE LINK: OF
JJ I'- settlement was nick- _
,, -I,.. pt> increase for ('ngi r' -- ,. .1 i -::.i...'hille becausue of the

.i :. \\ :i '.. .it the sam I.,-IK-, \ % 1 : i is descendants! of Joe.K.us..l Better : SUN TESTIMS!
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|'ian: incndh'in ; > .d k IwR.c ; I'.tervtMogC(4CtI! *

.r 1 'i.. : ibi>ing IIIMP: :M"i>- -.ft 4 : .- ,-. r" k has lived on the : ACHIHES

state the t.i'-:
'. not
ip i n'ire' of land!, inherited
,j'"t,1. I for inert-. i"1 '. .
: '-'ipr. through all theseV Beef Including, ttn-

'1", l'oring. man at rwy'i ,.'.i '1 he quit farming a :-'I( \ M\STIK:!\
". '.i' and ,'rhallcn;; >"i% "".'" ..
'. '! ., ao, because of the I 111. I IJBl: Tot: TI--.11.1: K:
'o i .te any instant i .\ho': 1 "- "i s nf age. he had prob-

\h\ v, \ ..ted against a pay ni.I : .- > '111.i is III :"r'" ilt\ i ..iii.i.n; ilium, I lillii.. I v.iill .'<> MH'inliris. the v M j 5"n'p, kind of record fort \\ CHI: M-ifntifitalU: .lilt!

t Hie \\"rkin man during UIPi iietvlylnni.nl I i: ",..-i rhIri i\\ii i. 'll..p. iinMl.i\_ utternoon.t ( I it\I offici-I j 1..> inrijr!'''t span of service in .i.t.< ..jLlldtunl' the iiint'T

i! ,:I n! I hiv been in Congress. I iK. \\ch-oioiIag, tin- girN: on their tnur oj municipal facilities: are (standing that aare-old occupation. Tinri.nlmuing hilt.rii\t'ioent in ( .tt I I' lIIanI gei: .1':1: i ..i l i'r i HI'.r,1 t nintj U s\ui I l.\ t ll-t i, heid i ..1 l lil i i i' an make car or I inuk"

.1 Ld] v ..'" for my salary raise be- background) tlt-rk Carl Johns' Mjjor U' T. Jackson, Police Chief "I raised everything my family prime Hereford, Ilid.II U", and r.riiliin.i on u- t t" .l I i, t (.j| U. \. l.ausn,
i. ,iii not think and it was then right a- U. K-'liiorntoii, and Assistant: Police; thief Kiley .sweat. The lollipopsdispla.vd and I needed to ea'" Tnde Dicks Marlc. :JIuM of (the ('''\\'' sl.otvn lere are Kilo 1J ," .. :., ... -ml, \1, ;'zli tii>m (C'.i; t., ,;,,111 pmiids.l.ausu chinin action
against it
\i-" know
-i 1.) Li'sp.' I travelled 30.000 II) Mime of the girl were furnished l lv" the police depart- y!; proudly. "I didn't storeto |I.h fri-<'/,T tustoiiurs at his meat market .. V) ..-.i.i-hin; siri-ii in :Nt.-rKe pick out their l>iefon AIJ. SEU'ltiI: I>
.1 the
inent. what it was to go to tile l..if lion.iii out ti I'VRTS Fl \I.\ .\
the people .> : lii1l.I4'4' iid I iiiol.Inti.e( ; t u i \"I'.
::1 i' }11.-t \-ar serve .. I' buy groceries. DIlL--- i uo- -ic-- I
tj.! .. "th District and expensesi !' wentto
'fl'! C tv of St.uic i played host The young visitors were particularly member that when I first
of thu si-ivioe came out of my to 26 new Brownie Scouts at 4 irterested: in the shiny I In Starke there was only onngeneral Red Cross Drive Basketball Tally MUST J: \HLmI.IUFs: : :SERVICE;; : : ;
It is interesting to
\i ltrv livery
p.m. Tuesday as the newly-formed d. 30-year-old fire truck and I II store; and AKE SOUtT MIKKKT I PAYS imiDKNDS"; :;
..,..t., Plat mv opponent did not 'I I remember that
m fi,, congress two years ago .-'tarke Troop toured the fire de- its 16-year-olrt crusin in the fire J able. Reason iContmu.fi! iitn p.tjnli The stiawherrj: season ,>i>.'r.t-d
that used; to giveme
nartment polict- department and hill l while Chief D. W. Carpenter j; s'ore is they In I County t Gets t
'xhi-n the salirv was lower. and at the Starke Farml'l"I.trk..t:
city hall. 1 I carefully guarded the alarm but- candy.! II'S. and the losses!> were by close on
:hat he has made no pledge to Ka-h of the girls placed her ton. The old Negro chuckled as he margins. i; Tuesday when about 4" u.tUsThey RATLIFFCHEVROLET

Rt.rps r-tiirn Tro.iiurer any part us to hei the i is allowed.United autograph on official city stationary -'',: Accompanying the Bro nes: on I let his memory swing back. Fl.1 Start 'I' lost two games to Palatka, '! were sold at a price averaging
] "I used to plow my land with one of them by
tn chare concerning for :Mayor W. TJack- ''I i th >,r grand tour were leaders just one point, and between $850 $9. The buying
"A his
; son's scripbook in his office, andPolice goats a team of them I ; one to Lake City on the victor's
the amount of the qualifying: I. Mrs. F. R Danney and Mrs vvas done bv Luther 1I1l11'1r I, CO.
Chief W. R Thornton dis- 'I B. Warren and Assistant bought a couple, trained them. I The annual lied Cross fund court by 2 points. Of the six start- '
'-pp. I must point out that these : Johnny {'''Will t. and other local
the State of tnbuted lollipops to the visitors Loaders Mrs. R. B. Cauffman and pretty soon had them plowing hive opened nationwide March 1 'i ing lassies Coach Andrews loses Cor. Call and Court !Street

.q''' nr.set; by as they examined his department.City !, and Mrs Carlton Tillman. :j j' lust as good as any mule. We and Carl RobeiU chairman of only Guard Babs Lance and For- *hUYI.r. the outM.le bu>ns are

Florida! ; and that the five per Cleik Carl Johns explained i ;; turned off the work so well that the campaign In Bradford County .\\ard Jean Johnson.!' Other seniors 1'11\1'1.t 1 shortK when the .tuc- Starke, Fla
rent! r.i'e;,' is applied uniformly for4.v This was the first meeting for II! .
the city's complicated automatic I i; I even hired out to plow for announced that who will be missing i are Linda tu.n m!! irket uill !; gin
yesterday advance __ __ _
.,, tal.an.I federal electiveiftlie I __ _
v the which started __ n
new Troop, ] -_------- .
.' accounting machine, used | other folks. gifts totaling $l li9 have been re- Johns Jackie Colley. and Joanne un n __ -
tor !lisjht and I>u\\pr k'lling.' and! registration in February and has Kneu Harmun :MurruHe \' i ceived. Plade. .

1111'Ta 'nr pointed out streets not yet been assigned; a number. ;:,; went on reminiscing: The following donations have The team will have their ,.h.II'p- I iiir RUTLEDGE'SOne

Rotarians TreatedTo "nd par'I'ular homes to the group :Mis linnest.tted that the !I Time passes off fast. I re- b en acknowledged by S. LIVek 'hooters, Sandra Strickland and BAIT ;

nn a huge city map in the Coun1 next nee'ing:' has been scheduled |1; moirber that bad man Harmon Jr., admctgifts: chairman : Jackie Pr \'att. to pull up the I One Mi I South of Keystone I

BHS Band Program <.;1 room. for Tuesday :March: 13: |iI Iul ray. who killed so many : Florida Bank at Starke, jioints, anti no doubt a capable replacement :a w Heights on Route 100

I folks around these parts. His ] $1001.; : \\'. Cressler, $75; will be found for Ribs

Music hath charms to sooth ::;::. :: : people lived over on the west side Humphhieys Gold Corporation. Lance, who has played Guard for

even busy Rotarians and many Arts '7 of Santa Fe Lake, and he wasn't ,' $:;0; Dr. H. H. Adams, Stump's 3 years and Jean Johnson, forward!

nice comments were heard concerning 4 $- ::1 bad fellow to start with. The :i Store, Hardy Bros., Iivett's, and',for 2 years. Sell It Rent It Trade

the program presented 1 I tust trouble I ever saw him iry Sam Rosenberg & Son, $25 each; Johnson and Lance '.'ere honored

hv two groups from IIHS at the wall one night when a bunch of.: Ben Suslow, $11: John A. Torode, :i,i b\ their teammates by being chosen -

Wednesday luncheon meeting in u.- young folks was having a |i Florida Power & Light Co., Volley co-captains of this year's squad. WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

Harden Restaurant. dance\ at Tony Mitchell's house j Starling A. J. Thomas Sr., I 1 I Coach Andrews will award 9

Director. C. Thompson presented harmon was picking the banjo A. J. Thomas Jr., Big Dad Manufacturing letters this year to Babs Lance. -

a sextet from High School and he and another young buck: Co., and Liberty Na- Jean Johnson, Jackie Prevail, Low Kales Good Results Easy To PlaceO

Rind in a delightful medley of got in an argument about who!, tional Life Ins. Co., $10 each: Sandra Strickland, Anne Williams
Poster Members was gonna dance at the head of Kay Rowland, Linda Johns Elissa SOr
tunes by Stephen George H. Vamfy, W. H. )llman, ,
of this group were Jerome the next set. Harmon said, Tm I Denmark's, Mrs. Nancy Knighl. Steffanelli. and Joanne Slade EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c

Edwards. Archie Green. Tom gonna dance at the head, or I'm i DeWitt C. Jones, and ToRena Sandra Strickland scored 388 1I1.tIT: OF IS PER CKNT O> TWO OK MORE IXSEKTION

Long Harold Tyus Mack Thompson gonna dance on your bead.' With I II Motel, $5 each; J. T. Quigley, $3: points in 18 games for an average ._:Xr 4IIIIITIO> %1. FOR III.IMI *IIS OR A OS >OT Pill IN All* A\CK

and Dale Elton. hat. he ups and busts his banjo I Park Theatre, and W. T. Jackson 21.6.
per game of She also had the DIlL TF.NTII *>M\ .:i\HV . Mrs. I... A. Canova, music director This Is what excessit "speed ran do to An 'automobile in seconds. over the other fellow's head. $2 each I highest percentage at the free KtlllOt! RKPtlllKII: I In!:'. I'ement lilockt- -I
he seemed to from All Makes All ModrU i j "Idln -. Cement work
( presented a choral ensemble Jam. 31. Douglas of StarUe received a broken back; as this car flip- From that go I Chairman Roberts announcedthe throw line with 49.5 per cent. i liritMinnhlr rhnrjr** enaranlrrdfll Sorrell. cit Telegraph/ tfchg
from the Glee Club in three bad to worse and wound up i appointment of the following \". ('. !SHKPHKUI: ) I i
rnd-o\er-fnd to come to rest o\er 500 feet from the edge of I 1 Jackie Prevatt averaged 16.4 '. '. '
pet Bradford Coun- ;Tin: \\ .11 "' M.-irt.c I'h STO | Htit1iit: STAMPS made to ,.rdr;
!:selections! killing a sheriff of the Business and I
including spiritual workers for d.iterx. numherers, .
and hit 44 cent of her free notarals,
light oneratic. and popular numbers the road at 3 a.nu Saturday. 1! tv. and several other people. Industrial Division: S. E. Sim- throws. Jean per Johnson FOR SAI.K-New S i f T 16 Toncrete f,ic'.ipnle, -.tamp-s Bradford ('unty

Singers in this groun wern I "After some Of his troubles, el| mons, chairman; Jerome --Johns!' with 46.3 cent averaged and per bag.block.Mortar 19.Cemmt Mix 11.:10: 11.50 I TeIewrhI'lri tf
i los Mus rove stated that the ac- (113.2 per the peri
Barbara Matchett Irene Metzeer, used to hide out in the Pumpkin i Mack Futch and Joe Andrews III. >ai?. H, -td.i d KiiKinerrins l... '!". ON SA'iN'sSTONE ; KET-
Local Man r Hurt 1 ndent. occurred at approximately j declares.\ The | team average for free throws was rih'inc 91 !Starkc: tfREWAKO : STVTE flANK WET-:
Ruth Lee Sylvia Paulk Arline | :Sam. and i iI Patch, Uncle Dick (I Solicitation in the residential 44..5 per cent. I &TflNF: IMHHTS, vi.UEM-
Saturday, that Douglas "
Forsvth, Tommy Haines, and "Pumpkin Patch" is a sharp point I I district will be handled, as usual '; JlII/I f.r information I rJ.n t"IJ( .
I lav pinned in the werckage for I !; Dabs Lance led in rebounds! and I-adini to the one that rut fence -
Myron Prevail. : of land helping to form the narrow i|;i by the Junior Woman's Club. i i. on mv |>n>ifrty to U.,.. eli!! I..k. -
Car Overturns !!over an hour before he was (Guard Kay Rowland committed the J Maurice .
As Kdward.For
tCdlg' BILL
neck of water connecting SOTO
Col. J. A. Griffin had charge 1 1I': i, Roberts said. I
diS-j least
Covered by a passing Little Santa [ number of fouls among the
of the program. i' Big Santa FP j Other chairmen named were:
I 'It took another hour to ( | (Cuards. Prevail had the least SIGN SHOP
II II i iCTB A Stake man was injured extri-I, Fc Ijike Xo one knows just I tarke Schools, Mrs. Hogan Sale
ii i cate him. : ( number of fouls among the For- fitr Koorn 11....*, bmh, wllh S ;
critically when his car ran off how it got its name unless soma ;Smith: Camp mandin Mrs. I r..nh.1 unit.. One Mile South
STOUT: NOTICE the road and overtuined early :Mussrrove said that the car ap- early planter used to grow : Mvldred Cuttino and Mrs. Del wards. V-r> ri'uxoBahlr Partially prii-pd.furnlxbrd.A..Labout I; On Keystone( Highway 4
I Bradford averaged 54.5 pointsper <<
pi--ently skidded: from the trrmfc.STROUT
Saturday morning; on Highway righ' pumpkins there. i ( Starke business employees. .
A Cub Scout Pack meeting j I shoulder Collev: game with a total of 981 for ; Phone 178.L
to the left
16. shoulder, ran I l'I'f'adwdlanJ: IVars I Mrs 1)011u11iYan and Graham.
will be held Tuesday March 6, i ; REALTY
the 23
season. They averaged
at 7:30: p.m. In the :Methodistrecreation j James M. Douglas, of 41 Call off the road through a wire I "Years ago" he continued, "l':< Mrs C. B. Roberts. j J Ji field 13 Johnie Hansen I'irecntative AH Types Signs
I :! [ goals per game against
building. Awards will Street, is in St. Vincent's Hospital -' fence taking down two fence i! worked on the WPA when they ,i Chairmen will be named l later L l>. 0. llul; ao 7Starke I ----
fractured: no ts. and flipned end-over-end that little donation and || for their opponents. Fla. !I; OKXL'IXK INDIA FdliMlkSV:
be given, a movie will be shown !i Jacksonville with gave me i for Lan-tey. Hampton, Brooker.Kingsley i ;; ISLOOMINU AZALEAS

and refreshments served. Parentsof : ribs and a possible fractured 528 feet from the highway. j other times I worked for $8 a :( Lake and other comI i i| IMIOMvti.no no-s-2s.ii i'; Plants I Or to JS 00

Cubs and prospective Cubs are spine. Douglas, whose license was re'nth' -: month and I even remember i I.:, munities. the chairman said. !'Masons Schedule ii i i' Greatly Reduced Prices

invited. State Highway Patrolman Car- !', evoked for driving while I working for 10 ents a day and ;;: Bradford County's nuota in the I|Open School K iU PAI..K.. -One 7 f.t.t ucd Cro-=-!i i nn J i-tt-! iir, I.. 100
Meeting Iy K friK"rator AlM Jut of IS I ,Azait'ii'iiii. e 1 *Jv
intoxicated claimed t
that he board.
was my I current drive is $3.060 in florescent bulbs. Mrs. J. R. i iKlt
J not driving the car, registered i i i "I preached for about 60 years II i A special public meeting in <>. l'h'ni4'I n "r2ll-W: tf.'hg ;!1 GARDEN: AM: NURSERY
in !his; nime, but could not re- and we have a nice stone church.
i iI
i observance School"
of Public
I Fire Chief Hosts FtlH\: S\IH-I "Ri l..r.,1 two :! PAULIXK KAULIi.I.IS: (
niemhor who was driving, according -, I have: the deed for the land but ;:':I '' Wf'pkfarrh:: 12 through 17, has "Id! lllik: AIILMHull. J.year A.1 I,: I' I'"X: 1\ KHI,'t.n. Fla

This Week's SpecialsMarch to Musgrove. the way I feel is that it's God's :1'I District Meet Here j been set for 7:30 p.m. March 12 (Jn.inn. Kt 1. i.t 6;2. !StarKe..13. .! i .

Tae Trooper said that excessive land and I want to deed it to in the Bradford High School \ liltIIKOIII) ( Ol'NTV KIRH

speed was probably at leasta the church. 'I Staikc File Chief D.V.. Carpenter Cafeteria ly: Bradford Masonic Large Farm, Ranch 4
2 Thru March 8 c' mtriuting factor to the ac- '. "I've done my part" Uncle!, served as Host Chief and j I I Lodge No. 35. F. and A.\1.:: according Timber Loans nivdrra',, liiliarro ron\rulenrrm aljulmrnl. outbuilding

.1 1 nt Dick went "and I'm Chairman for the annual meeting .. ...
on, lookingfor I to Grand Master: Gene LOW INTEREST .b *! liuw, mail d..lhrr. nrarbjchurrhrH.
the District of the j Trier
nothing now but a home with ut Second tllI.oIMI.IMI iou
I I Long. ran ma...' a lltlne on (hU far, ..
God. I got everything all ready, Florida Firemen's Association in JERRY O. GAY :
BLOUSESLadit'S I the American Legion Hall at the i I E\ry citizen, parent teacher. I FLORIDA REALTY ['0.
my own graveyard and my tomb- i! and interested!' person hag been 1 :RAXCE; SEKVICE Of Starke

U'1. c. ;. u. I stone, and when I leave I don't Bradford County Fairgrounds i invited to attend. WilburV. Phone 371-J 1227 E. CallKnis i
want no whooping and hollering, yesterday from 4 to 9 p.m. t it Hiur .%iidrn.., \\'. II. "Sr,......
[ Masters, Jr. will be the principal .\, J.
S 1st QuaJUejj. : T. Jackson a < 1 .M.r: T". > .,. iv'': Thoma
gave !
"UIIFKHAS just put me in the ground. MayorV. t.ike ?: ( .
SOME WALK DISOKDKKLY -: i speaker :.V.3: Irinplr .\,e. .. .1..phOD1..3
visiting ly i jI'i'l".1| I :\! TiniIirli '
C address to the -
((2 Tlu'svil.miann The Negro centenarian has been welcoming Mu' r'I' '. Markr, Florida
I 3:6)) : The observance is being heM! in my I to 'Iof Morg on' .
$1.00 LET: I'S WALK ('m\ISl'tt'T-: ; married three times, and is the fiiemen and vocal selections'i accordance with a Proclamation : <.r Shop i-n ,1' rf '!')! 2tp 3 ':21? j i

I No Limit LY (Kphosl.m I 5:13.: ) father: of 20 children, 18 of whomare were rendered by Carol Ann issued bv the Grand Master of I' W1U KXCIIANUK' a 9 rul.i, ft 'Kelinatrr I
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INCOME TAX RETURNS rtfriBrat in \ "-110-! ,
Paulk. troiiditlnn
Pickett Sylvia
;s I living. His first wife was a"quarrelsome" j| Masons in Florida, Roy T. Lord I for 6 mine ft in i Ilk.
Lots of St) IeMen's woman and she Principal speaker for the meeting a.ckingthat each local Lodge i i ii Get all jour l-gU drdiictions.\ 1 fnndltiun. The taker mu-t uI'Illy .
Andrews and Carpenter N't' or Call transpnation f.r tli.lraiiaitt
i left him. His second mate died, was Guy i assist in hringingpublic school I /"n. Nu iiu.in j. Invulvid

and he is now living with his acting as Vice-President j' problems more forcefully before': W. P. SMITH: Alfred Lt-ltrani. Ut i I. li.x: jo-s
: Second District was' 312 S, I __ "P
of the Walnut
WorkPANTS present wife and seven of their the people! of the State during | :ht.
moderator for a question and I'hone 376-J TOR SALE
children. Public Schools Week or 181 -Surburt.an hi.nir. 4
following numberof | I rooms and bath Kai'v (.'rlll,. Al I
I 20 Year
answer period a EXpI'rI<'Dee
69 ( \'e fixed things for the chil j n> rfdei'i>ratf-d apartnunts uitL
dren." he explained "I made my addresses on association matters all\ -.nveulem llri. \\' II..N"l'|'

will so that this place can never and technical fire informa- Blaze Stormed j,| FOR SALE-Or.-, two cmuniher large metal or potato warehouse I I!' .__min. :;!;i W. Mailinon tt.. ht;

K sold, but will go down to their tion. :' :ixef. .ne et of l'.ailme! skates i iMrs. FOR SAW--Or trade for t-tark_

Reg. $2.98 1st Qual. .:. children, and then to the next The jegular business was pre- I In Nick Of Time i ii I'lanl. S Cifv II Ailtlsoii.l'hnn 2-Onei I OJ) Davis 2tii 3'!St.! I I I Holt property: near six Kerat'-n acres alone.. ll.ujht-l..ak.I .

....... children." ceeded ty a dinner under the I'hi.ne I
Khaki & Crey; No Limit i' 655' i' 10S. Ijr IliiiK.} I tp
Helped supervision of Mrs. Hunter of action Starke LOST -YI'JlnParakert from
By Prayer Quick by the fire ,
X. Walnut St.
and followed .Saturday II.m. Liberal I
cafeteria was
Although he i the BHS blaze in 0 \It\TOla JIfJGIIT
can read without department stopped a : reward if returned Call

LadiesHankies .',... .' glasses, and his hearing is good, by entertainment and :} high, dry grass at 2:30: Tuesday : Kinney:Mr :M Kinn.-y at I at IDS or Mr MI--Upi ST.\ILKI:. r i.on in.\

..- Uncle Dick says he sometimeshas dancing. 1 jt afternoon before it could reach i i ij '
IC ,'i'I ::; trouble moving around. t j two houses on either side of I i \VAXTKr da :MAID-Six hours. $3 per hardnnnd 1'.0 tbrrr flour br4., braartfollr room .""flaUkrd _.-,
j > \\hiMp.-nnir) I'inMi.t'l.l. Up .
"Sometimes when { ln ldr, Ian** plaatrd and
:South West-
I I can't walk Confirmation Ii vacant property on laadMrappd. )).....n panurat to
now. he says fervently, "I say moreland. : WELDING MACHINEREPAIRING \rlrrann "IWUKJ. S.VMW In M
... 'I-ord move this pain,' and< then I West i 1; The fire fanned by a strong dn>. a ad 1I l-jrH) at ..JOltt_.. .''' 0flnan..lalC
Rt. ReHamilton
1 1st Qual. $:mooo down pautft,
Print LawnS the pain is gone." I D.D.. 5th Bishop of the Episcopal (j east wind, spread almost Immediately -j LAW.N MOWKKX 3L\C1IINE $I.alNiJJ at .1..lalr..
When asked to explain how he 1 over a lot between the I (..ttOI'NDVa'hing
; ; : made his
Diocese of Flftrn new hoosr
IIOW aodrrronxtrurllua
6 Limit ,; :: has lasted beyond the average regular visitation to St. Iark'sI:I homes of Charles Schaefer, 500 j, \ .Ma<.hinct Repaired \ .\ ftnanrlo only
lifetime. Uncle Dick said: Westmoreland, and the Warrens i And Sold ". .'. t your home ...II. ra bar
Episcopal Church last Sunday for a .rbolo krlrrllon. Hxadr
APRONS 16c -Ml 1st QualityBoys "God has: thrown a at 512 Westmoreland. Small for
blessing on the purpose of confirmation. Parts Made To Print oru|>aur> mlthia OO to UO da?..
i me for all Firemen worked for nearlv 15 I
good things I've
Those confirmed at this time :, G.VSE' REPAIR SHOP
Boys DEAD BATTERY done in my lifetime and I never were Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop'Jr. !' minutes with water and beaters :511V.I Krounlee Street Florida Realty Co.

T-SHIRTS 32c BRIEFS 23c :1 trie,} to down anyone." ., Mary Joalyce Graham and b"fore. bringing the flames under I KaJford Road Of Starke

Call Us He still smokes a and control away from both threat-
pipe '
\Vm. II. Graham III. i' SUrkP, Florida f.undrruii., ". II Pencil
We'll be there in a jiffy to admits that years ago he usedto After the service, the womenof ened houses. i iI .\. J. 'bomaat

Now For Easter drink. ''F'H S\LK rTrraplr A.... Phone 3HBSlarLr.
"Shop Crisp get you started. I the parish served a dinner -Etr.! < In. itiator,
"I used to drink all the 'shine' I 1-:: n-'lTK i.ipai-lt\ sit", 4l<-> Ki->"-- FlurfdaANNOUNCING
When honoring thhe Bishop and the tri") !)>.,ik lr.,.,d>r. 600-i'hick ca-
you need a new ( I could get long ago," he said. Confirmation Class FOR DEPENDABLETermite pa ilL ach deck thermostat, and
Merchandise" battery, we have one for i "but I gave all that up when I :.-.1'k! ('hir!: lirboder. both for -
IbO K i'. t arn..r. }{t. I. Brooker,
you that's fully guaranteed.SEYMOUR'S I i went to preaching." today and they get paid off in Fla Itrhc

j! He had little schooling. "I sorrow." ControlS Oter $10,000 in Wvldrnd.* Paid
FOR g.\LE-14 ft. Plywood Coat and
rhone went to school three months but On de-segregation Uncle Dick .i- i trTlfr r J :Malc.n705; to Policy hollers Through Our

then the teacher whipped me, stated: S &: CommercialPest <'",n" -" St., Phone 341 after 3 Agency: In 19.).'). If you did not

; I Iio s.H and I never went back." he said. "It's rough but God has the Control I' in 2tp 3 9 participate in these SAVINGS; ,

Hunting and fishing and dancing -, power to make things the way He WILL :MAKE t'Ol'pEK TOOLED It't1'; show you how to bate on
i were his favorite entertainment want But I'm a colored man. Grove SprayingCall Til tur> 5 Any size with any color jour IKSUBV-VCE
mat Call Mrs Ned Lyon at 39-J
he !related and went on to Let me stay: in my place and FB. 6-6035 for other Information. lip DOYLE E. CONNER

tell of a 14 1-2 lb. fish he once let the white man stay in his
66" I I FIt SALE<>ne ..In portable Eleo- I.NSlTtANCE
: \\.t A I caught. I' place. Florida Pest Control rr',. Saw one Stanley Electric Starke' Fa-stest finmingtcacy
Service Station C.i\es Good Ad\11'(' "I've tried to live the best Plan slightly us-d SlH 00 value
c. all st, & Chemical Co. for H" 0,0. May be bousht separate \ Two Licensed
, Asked if he had any advice for wav." Uncle Dick mused. "Some Phrn(5 '1ay" or 10:'.W after : Agents
1 the generations he God is steal r 6 ii'inr\ k. E4ton Jordan. ltj To Serve You.
, 617 N. Temple Ave. younger said nirfit going to mo 34 X. W. 16th Ave.Gainesville 1 i ifOTTAOE

i Phone 404 I II simply: j away and I'm going! on home Florida ON KINOSLET LAKE.r .
Obey thY father and ha ,r r"nt Phone Z","L :Mrs Paul-,I WAN1'Ei-fiih Wai-her Salad
thy I'm
; ready to po just any i .. Torode. Ht I. fox 317 .' ...k. fo.'k'-. h..lp"r and.w&I .. ,.
, ._'i- .:. :_ ; -:_ -. ::. I mother Ch.ldren; don't do that cal1;;." 'I 2uhsJ ,.ld 110u- 1.ur"l.t ;-.- tt



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