Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 12, 1959
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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Powers Pledges Push For 301 South \,. FJ; -'. .. .


Hayes By-Pass Proposal IIs i


Official County Publication Established In 1879 Road Board Meeting (: '.

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,\ VOLUME EIGHTY STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. MARCH 12. 1959 NUMBER THIRTY-EIGHT "I will do everything in my power to see .-, ,__j'.: k. .:j.", .

that a contract is let on this job before my a jar i1x\t I : ::
C1eanupVeek\ Emma Haines Slain I term of office i is up next year," said Road .ai1 gL ApITP St"t: Ji.v'
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i Roard Member Earl Powers to the Bradford W IIr .

Youth Held For Murder County Commission as it presented its -

Is ProclaimedBy Negro ; : "want Gainesville list" last to the week.annual Budget Hearing in rw.\j 't

PIpp v. ', I Mother Charged As 'Principal'Emma !. Powers was referring to the Bradford fl.L k, .
Mayor JacksonMayor I : ,. Corn m ioner's number one request, four- : j jA

x( I laning of U. S. :301 from Starke south to the $

Haines 71-year-old his home one of Hagans' stepsons ; county line.
T. Jackson
W. has proclaimed 4t t Hampton Negress, met death froma Willie Felton Turner. about (th
: The ( tc1
March 16-23 commissioners
period shotgun blast Sunday morning 14, got a single-barrelled shot- : told Powers they :

as Clean-Up-Week and the Starke alleged: victim of a 17-year-cld jtm from the house: anc .rohowed would draw up a resolution at their next 11'. EJDr : :
Woman's Club is urging all citizens : ?
Negro )youth apparently infuriated him. meeting to obligate future secondary roads ; ,
to give the city a new. fresh .-, !- :;. i-:' --.-
because his stepfather had !! Leroy Wheeler then went after money to the state in return for advance ,
look for Spring by cleaning up ; : .tn51a
and got the worst of it in a fight his young half-brother. witnesses funds to get the 301 job under way in the i: !
with 4..A
their property. repairs (
painting if necessary and beautifying 4 -J Sj with the woman's son. siid. and took the gun away. Un- near future. The county already owes the Ps" .
Held without bail for Circuit :breaching: the gun and seeing it 4 w .
it borrowed
last to
cleaning yards. year buy ;
Z 1 Court trial charges of first'
? on
j. was not loaded Leroy returned to .. --
'i i(1f right of way for four-laning of 301 north of :
City trucks will be available degree murder is Leroy Wheeler the Haguis house and obtained ,

during the week to pick up trash Hampton. Also held without j a shell. according to testimony at Starke. ; ;. .

end everyone is urged to call the Selected For Youth Legislature hail charged with being a princi-1 I the? preliminary hearing.As I The state was given authority by the Commission -

city hall phone %WO4-1301 and i ral to the murder is his mother. Leroy left the Hsgans yard to repay this loan by refinancing the

leave address if this service is I HfA.my Williams, Frank Williams! Hank Graham and George Louise Hagans. j ppparently in pursuit of Blocker.it bonds at an opportune time or by using theseventh

desired. I Patten (I-r). members of the local lIi-Y organization, wereselected According to testimony at a > was testified that his mother II cent of the gasoline tax which is
During the clean-up drive. em- preiiminaiy hearing before Counly ,
to attend Youth Lcuise called "If can't -
Legislature proceeding in Tallahassee out you even to the ccunty for
phasis will be upon vacant lets Judge T. A. Yawn Tuesday secondaryroad Pictured above is proposednew
i him Blocker 1 his damnedcd
Let get
this weekend. !Sponsored by the State \"JICthp session will construction. It was a simi-
around town that are neglected. ifternoon, the shooting was pre- | Mammy." One witness also tb e Alachua County Commission I routine for U. S. SOl
train the in matter of lar resolution that Powers asked
hoys attending state
especially on the approaches to ripated by a quarrel between testified that Louise was seen for at this time.Commisioner ,.'iced four-laning of that road south from the courthouse to

town. With the cooperation of the:' Willie Hagans, husband of Louise to hand something to Leroy when PI m Bradford line to the southy I Peggy railroad tracks, eliminating -

Starke Garden Club. a lot of progress Youth Revival Planning Fund and stepfather cf Leroy. and Lu- returned to the house. H. A. tBuddy J]; limits of Waldo at the top I two right angle turns on

has already been made but cian Blocker son of the mur- Bishop, Jr. later expressed the 0 its priority list. Duval Coun- 1 present route of highway
Leroy is quoted by investigating
the committee found much more Starts March 15 dered woman. I cpinion that the commission would ty also included work on the through Starke.
officers that he fired
as saying have
to give preference to the!
that needed to be done. Charged with creating an af-
ehway; frcm Baldwin to Max-
:at Blocker and accidentally hit his
For : 301 program if Starke to be vj
Hospital was
) During the week an exchangeof I fray. Blocker and Hagans pleaded i nother. According b testimony kept from "dying en the vine." ; :le on its request list. j the Union County Line resurfacing -

plants will take place. Those i jwlty when arraigned before I Clay County another SR 100 ten miles to the
"' .: however. Blocker had gone on Bishop said he did not foresee \ was to
who desire plants or who have Judge Yawn Monday and were tfuwn the road and Emma Haines construction of cli J I mb on the 301 bandwagon. and Union County Line. SR 230 four
more i
any secondary -
plants to exchange may contact i* Additions OK'd given the maximum sentence of it miles from the Clay County line
was in the yard alone when Le- roads in the county before I jj*' a request for widening be- ;
Mrs. H. B. Peyton at 119 S'j' one sear in prison 1964 t een Highland and Maxville on to Starke. and SR 16 nine miles
allegedly fired the fatal shot. unless from
i roy money an unexpected !
Thompson St., phone W04-4 Witnesses said that Hagans j's i primary list. to Road 200 at the UhIon County
Plants will be saved for those : Announcement that the U. S. \\as engaged in conversation near 1 Only one pellet from the shot- able. source became avail- Following the 301 request onadford's line.

who request them as long as they ,overnmrnt Housing! & Home Ns home east of Hamptcn Sunday |gun blast entered the woman's j ': primary list was con- Topping the secondary request
Financing Agency has approvedan morning with a white man|body going through her left side State Senator Charley E. Johns f'
I i L : 'ruction of a pedestrian over- lift was resurfacing of four and
last.The club members are hopingfor application for funds to prepare -I Frank Thomas a pulpwood op .and penetrating several vital or- and Speaker of the House Doyle j pa tss at BHS resurfacing five ;:I ore half miles of the Dedan
., 4i plans for an approximate erator. Blocker arrived on the : gans. There was very little loss Conner who were present at the ; L,
the full cooperation of all citizens I ..iles of SR 18 from Brooker to i Church Road near Brooker.
in the drive and are confident i p,. $175.000 addition to Bradford scene and the fight was touchedoff of blood and. when brought to meeting expressed agreement that j ;

that concerted effort will 1 Ccunty Hospital was made at the when Hagans accused him of a local hospital it was at first the 301 program was the most\

pay big dividends a in making : ,Tuesday night meeting of the trying to eavesdrop on the con- !.believed she had died of a heart vital one for the majority of) (Country Club Membership Limited

Starke a more beautiful and pleacsmt T I Board of Trustees by S. E. Sparks. rersation. Hagans got the worstof attack. Later examination how- Bradford residents. r

place in which to live. 1 chairman. it in the scrap and when lever. revealed the tiny wound The propcsed route for 301. running -i

j i Application for fund assistance Blocker left in the direction .of hich was; hardly noticeable. from the courthouse intersection :,.To 300 Due To Set-up Rotary Told\

I I by the Florida Development Commission and curving back into the ,

Science Fair .: I' with Federal Hill-Burton Wet Weather present road near the "Peggy"

: j- money has also been made.. The ..- Heads railroad L"8eksas opposed by 1, A dIscussicn of the proposed tj ia1. additional members. will be

Is Declared -.. ,; L- :% r t- I proposed new addition would nave Keeps Wbbds Fires E. W. Hayes Starke realtor. t golf course and country .club! for' admitted unless a. vacancy occurs -

: space for 16 additional patient At Record LowLast Hayes said his conscience would Starke was given at the Rotary it was said. In this case.

Big SuccessSara rt L I, beds with accompanying facili- Red -not let him rest" if he did not I Club Wednesday by John K pel -!',the member being admitted will

w.. John TrundleAn ties. This would give the local Thursday's 1.93 inches ot appear "in the interests cf school l lousos, a member of the committee. -* be required to pay ah initial fee

i hospital a total of 45 beds. rain brought; the total average recorded ,children and citizens." of at least $300 in addition to

Woodburn James Thomas interdenominational Youth I Although Hill-Burton funds at Bradford County's three Cross He said he feared the dangerto It was estimated that $90,000 annual dues. Only the original
Charles Prevatt. Harriett and ilevivnl for young people. will be-i are available at this time. Chair- fire towers to 10.70 inches since 1 Starke school children if 301 I will be required to build the 300 members however. will have

Goodman Sandra Harden. gin Sunday night. March 15. at stated' that in working Jan. 1.The. continues to run by BHS. even if course. with club house and swim- shares in the corporation.It .
man Sparks !
Robert Edmondson were the six 7:30: o'clock in the First Metho- thrcuch the Florida Development continued wet weather has iDrive yr ; a pedestrian walkway overpass Is ming pod facilities. It is pro- was also pointed out that
individual students receiving superior clist Church. I interfered with spring crop plant- constructed at the school. He also posed to finance this by forming -
exhibitsin Commission in the planning Dr. S. K. Marco > the $300 initial investment will
ratings for their Purpose of the revival, instituted -I j ing operations in Bradford but has I : felt the proposed new route would a corporation with 300 mem-
do become
funds -
Fair phases when these be for shares in the
the first annual Science by the Methodist Youth !, the timeconsuming had at least one beneficial'etfectin I Plans for launching Bradford I' cost the county too much money bers investing $300 each. corporationand

held in the USO during the past Fellowship is to persuade youth :, available work will have been holding woods tires to a mini'i County's 1959 Red Cross drive II j for right-of-way and offered I It was pointed out that it that annual dues to be fixed

week. An additional superior was of the area to lead better Christian planning He further stated that mum. No fires were reported during I were completed at a meeting held j Powers a map of a different route would be a private club and that :later will be required in addition.It .

won by the Junior Science Club !bves. with no attempt to have'' completed. funds were not I the past week, and there have ,last Friday night in the Method- j' which he felt would be cheaper.He .I membership will necessarily be was pointed out that the

for its varied display. li\cm join any particular church ;, if made Hill-Burton available in the next 1 been only 15.with. 78.5 acres burn-...ist fellowship hall. i admitted he owned 40 acres closed at 300. This is not being i$300 can'be paid in installments.if .

The Fair was described by its, bien-I ed since Jan. 1. It this! effort exclude desired and is eligible
)r creed j i, Board of Trustees ,1 was announced that of land on his suggested route done in an lo any-, anyone
tponsors as a "huge success" with Speakers and leaders for the nium. the have to i During the same period' in 1958: !j':{ ;&ar's campaign to raise Bradford I''! but said he had no thought of one. but because this is the max- to become a member of the corp-
all arrange ;
in probability. I
several hundred spectators visitingthe meetings. which will continue other financing to keep the hos-i there were 74 fires with a total ; Countys more than $2.000 quota !IS personal gain. imum number of members that oration at this time whether or

USO on designated days to with ,i of 466.3 acres burned. will be headed by Dr. S. R Marco j Powers assured Hayes the Road can be taken care of with the I not he received a letter from the
through Friday March 20 are pital facilities in balance
view the exhibits. I Us chairman. Advance gift letters I III Board would give his map careful proposed expenditure. I ccmmittee. Anyone interested may
Iso people. The speaker. tre growth of the county.
<: young ,Willard Pass Buys will be mailed out within the next I consideration but offered little After the 300 membership is'i'contact a member of the comit-

LOST John Trundle. is presently studyng Chairman Sparks also announced -'Seymour StationSale II few days, and Dr. Marco will hope that it could be accepted.He reached it is not contemplated tee or th, Chamber of Commerce.
for a divinity degree at the opening of additional
make committee appointments to said the route offered by Mr.
ONE PICKUP TAGLost ;Ter School af Theology. Emory : parking facilities for public use of Seymour's 66 Service:I j assist with soliciting in the busi- Hayes could quite possibily cost\ Gene Long Heads i J JI ong Wet Vigil
University. He Is a recent gradu- at the hospital. He pointed out I I ,
Station to Williard (Boss] Pas::> ress and residential districts as more in construction than could '!
one pickup truck tag. ,te, with a BS in education from the costing around TB Association
new area
xv as announced this week by the Mwell I as other communities of the be saved in right-of-way purchasing J Sfets Another
number 45GK646.Tax (ll'e University of Tennessee. $6,000. will permit parking of an I New Year jji
Collector J. K. Kelly says i owner. J. D. Seymour. Mr. Pass; county. because it was so much For 1 1I
Trundle pianist. 24 automobiles, and
With Mr. as aiditional
is well known in Starke being the Last Friday's meeting was longer. i
fomeone paid for this tag and "ill be his wife Laura. a music : that it was provided for use of husband of the former ElisE I!;Iiighlighted by an outstanding Commissioner Bishop said Hayes Gene Long was elected president j 4of Moonshine StillLocal

walked out with it before leavinga 'iraduate: cf the University of 'the visiting public to eliminate Green. For the past ten years he 1 Red Cross film shown by Rev. C. 'I was the only one who he had I the Bradford County Tubercu-

copy oi the registration papers Tennessee who is presently teach- i off-the-street parking in front of has been employed by the Comp. E. van der Maaten of Green Cove heard voice cpposition to the losis and Health Association at a deputies and state andederal
that were attached to it. All pick- been band di- of the lot I
and has the hospital. Marking
'f g piano Tallahassee.Mrs. will be route that unanimously recommended held '
troller's office in Springs. Arrangements 1 was Board of Director's meeting j beverage agents smashed
up owners in the county are requested Ga. will be installed -
DeKalb County
rctor for : and directicnal signs Pass and their two chil. made to have this film shown to I by the Commission.The .
to check their tag num- Sons leader will be Rev. Ray in the near future. I last Friday. t jp' another moonshine still Just
,aren will move to Starke at th various clubs and civic groups county received support inI
bers and notify Kelly's office if School Others elected were: vice presi- of Starke last week. but
also of i(
!Robinson is encouraged to j (
i The public I close of the present school term. within the next few weeks. I its plans for improving 301 when
they have the missing plate. : l! Theolosy. Three choirs Senior. take advantage of the new faci- :lent, Mack S. Futch; treasurer,.10 arrests were made.

He needs a record of it to send Irtermediate and Junior. of the ;: lty located at the rear of the I'I'i [roman I). Green; and secretary,' Deputies Dolph Reddish and
the convenience I
tc Tallahaseee-for will take part
of the State and also the ;in nIlf'1'ic,5.. hospital. Mrs. S. J. :McGarvey. Mrs. Mack ; .Jimmy Hamilton State agent R,

owner just in case he decides to i i Futch was appointed to serve E. Smith and Federal agent
of the com-
All people :
young County Receives
trade or sell the vehicle. .attain as Seal Sale chairman. II Claude! Veal spent several cold.
minity. icgardless of church af- t : i
ihatioius. are invited and. al- !17591.84 : ''I damp hours in the woods in an

liough the revival is particularh'or ,In Gas Tax Funds Li I Cow Theft Draws attempt to snare the operatorsif

Hear The youth adults are also wel-'j r the still, but their "stakeout-

"me. Bradford County received $17-, k'f$1 Three Year Term failed to bring results.

;91.84) as its share of gas tax F Reddish said the men watched

MARS HILLCOLLEGE \o New CasesOf : ;money collected in the state during f t the still from dark until midnight
I II Four Maxville men were sentenced -;
February. The collections 1p. & ":. '
I' t 4 Friday and returned early the
Screwworm were based on sales made in Jan- by Judge Edwin Jones in :

CHOIRAt Reported In WeekNot I uary. The gas tax money receivedby % I Ii Ii day: County Circuit Court March i next morning but evidently just

the counties is all of the fifth C. for larceny of a cow on Dec. 5, missed intercepting its operators..

TheIADISO a single case of screwworms and sixth cents and 20 per centcf t1r,. r' 1958.All "They must have found our

vas reported in the state during the seventh cent taxed on gas tif II four pleaded guilty. James tracks or been tipped off we were

week of February.. ac- i sold in Florida. termed the
ne last Owens who was the woods said Reddish.
ording to County Agent Gecrge Eightly per cent of the fifth and A I1, I ringleader; by Sheriff John Hall, "They got there before we did

luggins. :,sixth cents returned to Bradfordis was sentenced to three years In Saturday morning and got their

BAPTIST CHURCH "This is the first week no cases now being used to pay off indebtedness prison. Willie James. Woodrow ,pump." '

ere reported since the Florida I' incurred in the coun- Harris and Jasper Owens were Hamilton caid the pump shin.

March 23rd livestock Board began its screw- i ty's former road building pro- given three-year probationary
Monday, had been using to waterto
trs pump
form eradication program in the I grams. Some of these bonds are sentences for their part in helping -
the still looked like
a new
pring of 1958." said Huggins. Butte ,,mere than 30 years old. They will butcher the cow.
"I bet let hundred dollars !-
8:00 P.M.:\ one. we a
warned that the screwworm !:be paid off next year. The cow was stolen frcm the "
get frcm us, he said
is not beaten yet. tax i
-nenace Since income from gas
I Ii pasture of Frank WeDhausen.
tock owners must continue to ben I 1 mcnies has been higher than was I i I'Z he men were arrested last December -

e ; the lookout for them and re- previously: anticipated overage on I Rockin' Rockets Make Recording the Heilbronn section. by officers in the Baldwin Smith said two groundhog potswtre

iort every case that is found" heaid. the} older bond payments is being The group started playing together I area who reported finding the destroyed at the still site.

'!used! to pay off the million dollar for the fun of it but about of One was capable 01 Quoting 1198
Fame and fortune with the re-'' Gene is the 20 year old son of butchered cascass at the home
This Space Contributed Florida Livestock Board :bond issue floated bv the ccunty four months ago became a pro- gallons and the smaller one was
"The relative of Owens.
lease. March 10, of their first recording -, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Norman. He is a
Weekly to Publicize 'ias been releasing about 50 milton ifl.irinar the administration of Gov. fessional band and have playedfor j 58 gallon capacity. The raiders
is the aim of the four ; employed by Clay Electric at Keystone -
Community Events by sterile screwworm flies over i Charley E. Johns. These! bonds local boys who call their band theRockin' : Heights. The others in the several local dances and en- Pine Grove RevivalA : also destroyed a multiple tube

the tate each week since the vere originally scheduled to payoff tertainments. condenser and confiscated four
THE COMMUNITY -radicticn program began. Sterile in 1972. but now will be fin- Rockets. band are: J. L. Wilkinson Maxie Wilkinson 18. son I I I May plays the lead guitar and revival at Pine Grove Methodist -I'butane gas tanks two gas burners -
and Mrs.
Tooth of Mr.
nale flies then mate with fertile I i..hPd in 1964. The record "Snaggle I r rhythm. Wilkinson drums, and 14 five gallon Jugs and 150
Church will Alar.
STATE BANKOF Ann" and "Night Train". cut a uho >e just north of the Flowing -, open Sunday
!'emaes and cause them to lay i The county collected and returned few weeks in Jacksonville has' Well Bridge; Eventt May, :26, Cowart, the only school-boy of 22. at 11 a-m. Dinner will be wrv-feet. of plastic garden hose.
STARKE unfertilized eggs. Since each female j to the state $36.414.35 in ago out of doors after the services. The still was located three
been played several times over son of Mr. and .Mrs. Ervin May :re group plays rhythm guitar.] ea
F.D.I.C.) only mates once. the numberof 'Icasoline taxes fcr Januarv. The radio station WAPE. Both songs end James'Cowart, 16, son of Mr. The boys wear black slacks with Rev. Andrew Varnes issued an quarters of a mile south of SR
(Member ,
flies is rapidly being decreased jfr al nur"H of ea'1or"! srild was! invitation to all who are interest :oo at point half a mile vest
is decrease, were written by Gene Norman and Mrs. Floyd Cowart. All of the bright red shirts when appearing a
of the This a.slight
end ultimate extinction 1520205. vocalist and leader of the band. boys except Wilkinson come from professionally ed. of starke.r. .
rest is hoped for" said Huggins. over sales in January 1958.


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('.ti.!. FOR RIDE description of the property and the firm ll>- plaintiffs title to the shore on or before the 2Kth dar of larch mandr in the complaint ,bruit min. and liar seal of said
Tbs Beard Of (....,. Omul** names in which it was assessed area descrilKtl lands a* an indefeasible li. and to serve< a copthert'of It '* htnbv' ordered that this I'"ourt at StarK. Bradford County,
editorial ale.f'u Of Bradford lomitr Florida; -< follows: fee simple title therein against the on Th-'ron A. Yawn. Jr. plaintiffs ordf r .god notice shall be rU"'j'ht-d' Florida I this February 17th. 195J.iciKcnr .
Will Krrritr !sealed Bid at 1B: O. Tb. MwrMlijc Of AplIG. 1916.: Description! of Property you are hereby summoned: orderedand Drawer "91, Starke. Florida. i.n or w. >ks in the Bradford County CIIAiiJ-. DARBY
18.,t. In The fwarlraiiM. U The },';-C of-X's of XWi4 of XUc.. required to file your written before said date. a" r.->|Uird by the Triegrapn.< a newspaper pul Iish 'tin rl| rW .>f the,' Cir. sit Court,
(. rlhott e. F.r The FoIUnlMti tt T: S. K. 22 E. answer or defenses to the r-.tnplaintin '.>I..... of Florida and the 1954 Roles ISralford County. Florida and PraJford '.umv.. Florida
I COXTlXfOfS PHOTOGRAPHIC Name in which assessed C. I. & said cause' in the offie of thunderciicnmi ff Civil Procedure. If you fail to hating a !of'nl"ral'l"in.ul..tion inFa.d rheron A Yawn Ir_, Attorney fnsa1.niiff.
Big Day SaturdayPrepare 791.tarke .
Post Office Drawer
Clerk tointyWltn
COPTJKO APPARATfS. 'iarl- M.; Dingfolder.AH of said Court at oo so a decree pro confess will he
2-19 ft ;-1%
mum siz-; sheet H" x IS" completewith of aid property being In the Stsrk ITanford County. Florins. tittered against you for relief d
for the invasion! tamp mibjecl attached holder find sUm tnak.line County. of ITradford State of Florjoa. .. ..- -. _.. .' ......"..,.,....._., 1
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This Saturday Starke will be host to the largest WIOFFEr: FOr TRADE IX Vnless such certificates shall be A& T
O.Nl NO. 2 Photostat Recorder.whkh : redeemed according to law the prop -
throng of visitors to converge on it in any may leiemed. at the Cterk rty described in such! certificateor

one day in its history. office In the Court Hou"e. Pay- certificate will be sold to the
ments will be mail in the following Lights- Udder at the court house
manner: door on the first Monday in Mvnthif
More than three thousand student musicians, .'
April I!Ii". which is the i day --
The trade-in will be the dvnn-
parents, friends, and officials (equal to the 1950 I'a-ment. of April 1959.! .
Dated this Z day of March. 1l.':
population of Starke) are expected here for the One-third One-third on on Jan.Jan.10.10.1961 U60 (OFFICIAL SEAL) T "

6th District Band Contest to be held all day Saturday One-third on Jan., 10. U6!. Clerk Charles of Circuit A. Darby.Court vf Bradford -
The board reserve the fight to
County. Florida.
at BHS.Imagine reject any: and all bids.OFFICIAL 35 4t :1:6I. ; -r -

a town almost doubling its population ( Charles A.SEAL Darby); Clerk .
The Oaatr. JadaVn ( -.rt Of
overnight and you have a fair picture of what 373 2t :-12 Bradford ( ..nr, Florida
IB Probate
will take place here Saturday. The statistics involved IB The OHBtr Jodjc*. .wart Of IX RE: Estate: of ELLA F. IIORXS-

For instance Bradford C'oBvtr florida lV, "Deceased.
wiHstagger the imagination. In Probate NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll 0\ I.

the staff of the high school cafeteria will IX RR: Estate of AAROX K. person having claims or demands a
the estate to Ella
muster forces. to prepare 3,500 meals to be served TAILOR XOTICE deceased.TO CREDITORSAll }'. Itornsb). deceased are hereby

during the day a job that would certainly pre- )) person having claims or demands notified and required to file their
against the estate of Aaron claims in the office of the County ;:
sent''problems to even the most efficient chef. K. Taylor deceased are hereby notified Judge of ETadford County, Florida,
in the court house at Ktarkc. r t
The local Band Parents Association is asking for and required to file their County .. r
claim In the office of the County Florida within eight calendar ?t.
donations of pies, cakes, and homemade candy to Judge of Bradford County, Florida month! from the date of the first 2 f \
in the County Court House atMark. publication of this notice, or. the
be brought to the cafeteria Saturday morning to .. Florida within eight ralen- ram will become void according
oar months from the date of the tr. law. This February ::. 1S3J.
musicians the
be sold to hungry young during first publication of this notice or First publication. March 5. Iil.! : : vi '

day. Proceeds from this sale will be used to meeta the same will) becomeoid according 's CHARLES M SCHM1TTA .: i v ,
to law.This Administrator of the estate of
payment on the new BHS Band uniforms, due I the estate of Ella F. Hornsby. de- vt.: M.eMaYawRAIMM.'Mr
day of March. 1>;". _
in April. This appears to be a most worthy proj- First Publication March 5. II! i'. I'aflf'd.Hollif V Knight.

ect, and it is hoped that all "good cooks" will ral- Administratrix:s'! BESSIE of R.the TATU Estate: of tarke. Florida.Attorney for Administrator.. -

'ly to the cause and bring a sample of their "cul- Aaron Hollis V.K Knight Taylor deceased. ;55 4t ;S.2,: $ x, ,wnw. .

art" to the cafeteria Saturday morning. Marke .Florida. ap.b
inary la T.. County J.d..'. ('curt Of
Attorney for Administratrix. .
should also be busy day for storesin Bradford {"_at,. Florida
Saturday a 33:; 4t 3'2S: la Probate

the downtown section that have items appeal- IX P.K: state of CATHEUIXETEARK. .
.. The (IrcaM Co rt OT The Eighth Deesared.NOTICE .
ing to teen-agers. Although the sudden influx ofvisitors "."'rlal (Irmlt. In A ad Far CREDITORS: r
problems Bradford ('_at,.. Florida. All person having claim or demands h fYbDHNN Mi4'".vY .Nr '
will undoubtedly present some ,
At Law Xo. MlUt against the estate of Catherine -
all good citizens should enter into the spirit of IX RE: Forfeiture of the follow Teare. deceased, Are herebynotified
inr and required, to file their ... -
the thing and remember that this will] be On 1S54 Property Mercury : autolllf>1Jilt'. claims in the office of the County .

a' golden opportunity to "sell Starke" to more bearing 195! : Florida license number Judge. the of .'Bradford"nrrtollrt County.House Florida.u. a'tarkt' '-- ..'
!.U.!?. ID
i4 L41101.!
than 3,000 visitors who will go back home witha One Hoiuart) water pump. 110d..1XG. :-: Florida within eight talen-
dar months, fr. the date of the
of town and its people.If :'068%. One electric motor
lasting impression our fast publication of this notice, or
:Serial Xo.
H54. Model Xo. C5CJJA11. : -
they are treated fairly and courteously they five ton lb. gas cylinders. the tn same law will This Iwome February void 2V ac 1959.girding !I Impala Sport Coupe-likt every Chery-has Safety Plate Glass all around.

will back home and the word around that Serial Xo. LM S3RSI. 11"13. L First publication March :+. ljj t.
go pass 524824 and T. 5J.1J92,,: \ and X Ii':;!!.
-Starke is "a good place to visit. Discourteousor ("T.\1'10% :; 4KAVEI.1. T. of ROHHRTSAdministratrix the estate of Chevu stops quickest. goes farthest on a gallon !

unfair treatment, of course, will have just the THE Freida STATE Mae Hflton.OF FLORIDA Kt. TO: Catherine Trare. dcteasvd.JfoIH ..
1 Km 43.:: V Knieht. -
opposite effect but we do not expect that to Dinsmore. Florida tot ark... Florida.
lad All r.-non.. Firm* and ('..rporatt Attorney for Administratrix Chevy showed the best brakes of the Here's a car that knows how to get ability of its new brakes (with more lin-

happen.So n. Owning. HaTlac .rruining 35; It : 26 low-priced three in a test of the most out of a gallon. And it's the ing area than any other low-priced car).
an laterent la aad Mea leading
prepare for the invasion Come out Saturday a a the Ihote Described Prnprrlr.TOf oT)('.: OF INTKNTIOV: TOXotic repeated stops at highway speeds con- only car in its field to bring you But why not stop by your dealer's and

and join in the fun. And above all, be hereby: AN'D notified EACH that OF the alK Tor.,e d are..- .a..T.R.. is hereby.'IT1TI01 given S that X MME the.underHCiwd. ducted and certified by NASCAR*. hydraulic valve lifters in all popular let Chevy do its own sweet talking:!

sure to attend the Marching Band Contest in Kfril''d property has born prized under the provisions Chevy also won over the other two in engines-6 and8.. This means
under and by virtue Chapter 5;<>:. f Chapter 20.9! : ::. Lawof Florida smoother quieter performance for
the stadium Saturday night when almost 40 high Florida Statutes of II! ;57, and I is nowin .\. Is of 1941. will register with the a NASCAR economy run-with the you. CITE!IIOLL'TSatimud

school bands in the district will compete with one the possevsion of the T?ard of CVrk! of the Circuit Court in and highest gas mileage for 6's and V8's at There are many other advances justas .
v.untv Commissioners! of this (Coun for Bradford County. Florida upon
another In an extravaganza seldom seen in a t::. and Y'II. and earn of you ar. -oeipt of proof of pnblication of cruising speeds of just over 55 milesan fundamental as the efficiency of Amvtiatio* far Stock Car Adiancrmtnld
hereby further notified that a Prtition. this notice, the fictititious name ofPostonFlorist hour. Chevrolet's engines and the depend- Ktiwck.
town the size of Starke. under s".d chapter has been under which I am
filed in the Circuit Court of the engaged in business at 119 S.
Eighth Judhial Cin-uit. in and for Thompson ft- Starke. Fla. local authorized Chevrolet dealer for quick appraisal-early delivery!
rsraflforfl Coiintv. Florida seekingthe Onota T. Peyton. Route 1. Lox see your
We Are FortunateOur forfeiture of said property and i:1.tarke.: : Fla, sole owner."
'cu are h"rl'hdir..f'd' and re- Dated this :6th day e-f February.A.D. .
cjuested: to file your claim if any .. 195! ;;*. at StarKe. Bradford
neighboring Lake Butler is now in the you have and show cau!'f'. on or '-ounty. Florida.

throes of an agonizing dilemma. Leaders of the if before not personally the 12 day served e.( April with 155 pm-! :! :2-S! 4t 8-19 Cate Hendry Chevrolet Co. Inc.

community want their State Road 23 designatedas cess herein and within twenty (:fl) \OTtnOP INTENTION TO -
would also like to day from personal I service if personally KKGfVTER FlCrmorS NAVE ,
a Federal highway, but they served with process herein. Notice is hereby given that the
have it continue its present route through the why. the said I property J should undersigned under the provisionsof
not be forfeited pursuant' raid Chapter 29.953.: Laws of STARKE. FLA. PHONE WV 4-2011
Florida. 210 W. CALL STREET
business district of the town. They Chapter. !Should"- von fail to fileefalm Acts .f 1941. will register "with the

told by the State ftoad Department that it is! out .. 'II be*!I entered herein herein directed against judgment you lerk for: Bradford of the County Circuit Court.Florida In and

Federal designation unless In due course. Person not perwnflr uponreceipt
ofthe"question to get a of proof of publication .f
\ served with nrooep* may obtain
the route is straightened out in such a way K rope of the Petition for forfeiture Turnpike this notice Motel the fictitious under which name I am of

that it would by-pass the business district. To Orof tiled heroin Court.WITNESS from. the undersigned am engaged in business on U. S.
Highway 301 South Bradford County. ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OFBoss's
add to the complexity of the problem the SRD my hand and seal of Florida.

is favoring a route that would take the highway ?the arke.above Hradford mentioned County.Court Florida at North John Cherry Schoemmell!St..)) Starke.sole owner Florida.J10

in front of the Lake Butler school. School of- this'OFVl4 11". day of March. A.D. mj.! : Dated this :24th! of February A.D.
ficials there don't like this plan any better than Charles SEAL A. Darby.) Florida.1959 at Starke Bradford County.
the business!' people like, the idea of by-passing Marian CNrk L.Circuit Crosby."Court.Vy De4Mity. Clerk -- 4t 'oU
fa Tfce C'irrvlt t
earl Of The rlgktk
main street. :-1% :t26 Jadletal Clrrali
Of Florida ia And

Hence the dilemma: whether to accept a Fed- C\LI.-FOR Brn For!. Cha.eery.Bradford Canaly. 66 Service
MJTICK TO 9'Tft.UTOftlt.r""f' : !
eral designation and by-pass the business district, Florida KEXNITU C. GRIDER.("aile )Yo. 1.71

or keep the road as it is now routed and give up the Sealed Board bids of Public will be Instruction received by of Plaintiff! )) SUIT fVR
hopes of Federal aid. It is a problem that will Fradford County. Florida. at theoffice JhSSB X. JONES, et al!, ) QUIET
the merchants of J.ake Butler much head- Instruction 1he Superintendent in of Public Defendant ) TITLE
cause Florida up Older Of PaMlcalfoji A ad S.Uee T.
resolved. to 11 o'clock A.M, E.S.T :Monday. t) I.... '
scratching before it is finally April 6. HIS! at which time and IX THE *AME OF THE STATE OF WILLARD PASS OWNER 617 H. TEMPLE AVE.
When we see the problems that other townshave place all bids rf'CeiTl'diI) be -pubVly FLomD.TO.. ,
opened and
read aloud for the Florida
faced and the losing fight that many of following Hems of work: .ration Railroad The Atlantic Company Golf a cor-and

them have waged to keep highways where they *Rrwlrlag.. **.aid l Relighting HamvSe their West India Transit Company, and (FORMERLY SEYMOUR'S 66 SERVICE)
socce.snon In
will do their business! people the most good, we Tile PI' !Sfbaobe Work... Haatatoa and BrokMaaatactared *. Mitchell; Charles F.Interest Mitchell; :Mary Ed-

can appreciate more fully how fortunate Starke Krlear f......- Charles ain B. A.Staples Isaac J. Hatch;
has been in this respect through the years. Almost ft.11 meal !aad iehae7fmw.rk F.......... Bradford fame individually* T. Sonter anj and;na' Lydia John Trustees McRae.Ellis' cf; PHILLIPS 66 PHILLIPS 66

every town of our size and many more much for ftefeajceBradford Reenia. Florida Railroad Company, and their
.1 successors in trust Jesse N.
theirhiJhy ; Jones;
larger; have since been by-passed Electrical Wrk for !Selesee Job C. Richard; Charles K. Harri-

were modernized while Starke still R...*. Bradford Rip %! ea_l ron anti l his wife. Anna 1':. Harri- GAS & OILS TIRES TUBES
Repeat Tile Floor far SU>ieaerRooai acn. also known a!* Annie E. Harri- --
has U. S. 301 feeding traffic into it at the rate .... Bradford High SfOIto.1 Mn. lanes Miller, and his wife. ,
'n'bh'l. received after the IIP..rI.-! M try F. Miller: J. L. Oaskins;
of almost 6.000 cars: a day. fled time and date will not be conridered. T IOmal w Sw at. and his wife

when the time has apparentlycome : S Jlie Sweat: Malinda A. Butch; C.
And even now. Each bid for any project or item i Sparkmaa: J. Hampton Jones AND BATTERIES
to straighten out those two troublesome .f work must he accompanied bv a 8.d hi* wife Jennie C. Jones; J. G. I.
certified check .*
or cashier's ('Jlf''kIMd rarez; Mabel Knight: Ella John-
right-angle turns! in the business district, a plan bond will not be ac- lm D. L. Lander and his wife.
teptable) in the J Jla M. Lander O. M. I
amount of ; Inman and
has been worked out that will cause a minimumof five per cent of the base bid III Is wife, Vonda E. Inman; Henna

disruption to business houses certainly guaranteed that the bidder, if awarded Lftlair. *Iso known as Herman Le- GREASING WASHING .
the contract will within Hair who soinflune! spelled his
nothing to compare with the tragic loss that ten consecutive calendar days after last name Leclare: ; Bert Itogau and
written notice being given of such his wife, Anna J. L'ugart. F. J.
would result if an entirely new route were designated a war*. enter Into written. contract I'atlee and his' wife Fannie E.

around the city. with the Board of Public fn! tion of Bradford County Florida. ia Bank of Starke a domestic cor -
Yes, Starke should consider itself fortunate accordance with the accepted bid. poration. and its successors in ins I I'I
The sm-ressful bidder for Rewiring terest; Josephine A. Marcotte; J. II
and problems faced by other towns, such as Lake and Relighting Hampton SchfolII 1. Thigpen. also known as John L. I
lIIII give a contract performance Thigpen. and his wife Stella Floral
Butler! make us realize just how fortunate we aid payment; bond satisfactory to Thigpen; and all persons claiming
,indeed. the Board in an amount equal to any interest in the property hereinafter -
are. one hundred per cent cf the contract described by through, under WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS I
price. or against them or either of them
Successful bidders on the other in or to the following! lands situate '
City Sets PrecedentWith projects and item of work may at in Bradford County .Florida to-wit: 'I ,
Commence at the point where
perform-n the Easterly right of way line
mount equal to one hundred 'percent ot We''tmoreland Street intersects -
the all-out backing the Starke Woman's of the contract price or leave the North right of way
the certifiedor cashier's check in line of the Wannee branch of
Club. Garden Club and other civic organiza-
the hands" of.the'Board aa!I. guarantee the Seaboard Airline Railway Free Muffler
tions, Mayor Jackson has proclaimed next weekas that the terms of the contract and run thence North one degree Inspection *
will be complied! with. 34 minutes West a distance of
Clean-up and Beautification Week in Starke. Xo. bidder may withdraw his bid J4J fet along the Easterly, rightof '
for a period of thirty after way\ line of WestmorelandStreet
The City itself has recently set a good prece-
the date set for the opening thereof for a point of beginning.
dent bjyemoving the unsightly stumps that were : From said point of beginning
All work shall be done in accordstive -. continue North one degree 34 .
left standing in some parts of town when huge with plans specifications ..Dd'ontra.t minutes West a distance of lai
documents feet along said Easterly rightof ALL SERVICE AND WORK GUARANTEED
\ relative thereto
oak trees were felled. Although this was an expensive '< kicb may be examined at the office way line of Westmoreland I
and troublesome task it was something of the Superintendent of Public Street run thence North 88 degrees -

that had to !b c done and the City Dads are to be the Instruction.office of Starke.Goin and Florida Moore. Archi or at of 26 368.U minutes feet to East the a Westerly distance -- BY NATIONAL PHILLIPS 66 PHILCHECK .

congratulated for tackling it and thus removing tects. Gainesville. Florida. One set right of way line of Myrtle
Street thence
of such plan and contract documents ; run South 1 de- I
a major stumbling block to the current beautification and forms for bidding may be gree 27 minutes East a distanceof

program. ivcured a' or General without Contractors deposit by from Electric-either the 12J.24 said feet Westerly to an right iron stake of way on I '
line of Myrtle Street; roa thence WE WILL
of said OfficesKidders'
We hope that everybody will get into the spirit qualifications most be Xorth 88 degrees 4* minutes' I
Wen a distance of ;<.-39 feet
r>f the thing next week and really make Starke satisfactory Instruction to of the Bradford Board of Count Public. to point of beginning. lying and

3 ch-aner. more beautiful town i in which to live. Florida The Board of Public In- being the in Southeast the Southeast Quarter Quarterof of Sec- ,

With in midst sucha szrucUon of Wadford County, Florida tion 29. Township i South.
many newcomers now our .
reserves the right to waive informalities 22 .
Range East.GP.EETINC.S '
program is bound to pay big dividends. in any hid and to reject : : Ton are hereby
any or all bid- notified tbat a suit in equity has
The F.oard of Public Instruction been brought against you and each
ef Bradford County Flori of you. and alr agaia ,The Seaboard 66 SERVICE
Airline Railroad Company a
By H. P Morgan. Secretary. (corporation: D. E. Knight and his
EST.: 1171 !.1! Jt 3.II..t' -'< ,'iff'. X. L. Knight; O. C Cason: C.
A. Knight; Clarence Melton and his ,
EI.OB11).1'S OLDEST WEEELT .NEW$. >. Of _%.need.ptirall. a Fr Tax wife' Dell Melton: R. H. Grider. ,
and his wife Nancy E. Grider:
Sera 184.1&. F. !5.! .
!' .. .'.\ru BM-HED. COXTIJkOCSLY Coz; Eldridge: and the City of I
'frp-; Notice b Hereby Glien. that Sfarke. a municipal corporation asdefcnAaBtfc.
"..a THE RAME MABTBCAD.rc Daniel L. Bright the holder of the ky Kenneth C. Glider Dial WO 4-8881 617 N. Temple Avenue Starke, Fla. '
.:.!I'. _, r..... T'.,. ad E..r .. 1 *.< Clan lUHrr fc-Itwing certificates has filed saidcertificate as- plate tiff. in the above entitled
W 1- P.U..... at Snrke, l7a._trader' Art .l .... .. Inf.V for 1ta x deed' to"LsF'sn.i Court and cmie: that the reliefsjvncht I
th.T 'q. The i-eitifk-ate numbers in xxM suit is to remove ._ -=--- .
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Legion Holds Madison Street Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crawfordand I JTstlc Cunningham of Melrose. I two -- -
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OratoricalContest Church Schedules ;VI ginia Adehe Ross of Melrose. !Dixie. Bradford took in 15908.20 --- --- --. '
visited j Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby Leo J. Kolbaba Elma Kaufman. I this I !1
January against 17173.51 in
At usa April Revival Sunday.Mr. :and Hester Foles Blume of Rai- I 1958. I To I II
and Mrs. Gordon Jones and I fcrd. I lOur Congratulations :
'. January collections, usually the !
The 4th District American Le- Arrangements were completed daughter, Carolyn visited Mr. and ,
I nighest of the year reflect December -
several months ago for EvangelistDon Mrs. Herbert Norman and family I ,
gion Oratorical Contest was held I Sales Tax Take -* sales, while Feb. collections -
Brandies to preach from of Lady Lake, last weekend.Mr I
et the USO in Starke Monday to show to I
i Shows Increase begin the return
|April 26 to May 3 at the Madison .and Mrs. Ervin Young: of I I Mr.
night with Agnew. an normal after the Christmas sea- BobbyLibby
Street Baptist Church in the Hampton visited Mrs. Myrtle In Bradford !
11th grade student at Ocala High:Simultaneous Revival celebratingthe 'I Barnes and family. Sunday |I i son.The M t; Ii
School judged the winner. Baptist Jubilee Advance being -I Miss Nancy Manni of Starke isj f Figures! released by the State Comptroller's report showsan Who Won Our iill
Contest judges were L. H. Gibson conducted by churches of the pending a few days with Carolyn j.:Comptroller's office show Bradford increase of 7.57 per cent for 1,1,
T. A. Yawn and Gilbert Baptist faith in North America.He Jones. County recovering from its 1959 over collections for the GRAND PRIZE
Waterfall. has just conducted an eight- Sunday School, 10 a. m.Morn- early slump in sales tax collect same period last year, but said I1II I1IIOn
Guy Andrews is dis- revival the People's ing Services, 11 a. m: Training
day in ions this year. Merchants in the
collections last below a $ Opening Day IIII
trict commander and Elden Mat-I year were
Church Toronto Canada in which Union. 6:30 p. m: and Evening county collected $12.396.33 last .
thews is district oratorical con- 487 persons confessed Christ as Service 7:30: p. m. month as compared to 11815.57 normal due to the combination _
test chairman. Savior and 47 were called to the they collected in Feb. 1958. of .bad weather and a nationwide, .4, 'F F Gasoline Powered Iii II!i
Last Friday afternoon the ministry.Mr. Jesse J. Smith 4 1\ [ This was a reversal of the trendin recession.
Northern Area Oratorical Contestwas Brandies has many friendsin January when Bradford was Perhaps the soundest conclusionto
SaturdayIn .
this section who will welcome one of three North Central Florida be drawn from the current retort I LAWN MOWER I
held in the USO with the I.
this opportunity to hear him Lawtey Church counties to report a decrease is that the state's economy l
winner being John Raw Is, a 10th preach. Plans are now being made ,I over the previous year The other appears on the upgrade.
grader from Fletcher High School Ito make this one of the most Jesse James Smith, 62 retired''' Other Prize Winners Were:
Jacksonville Beach. Second place I effective revivals ever conductedin farmer, died Thursday, March 5,, 4 3 P'P.
the Veterans at Lake :M. BAREFOOT
winner was Tommy Agnew of this part of Florida. In Hospital 1
The Madison Street Baptistsare City after an extended iIIn?;!s .
Ocala. Judges were A. J. ThomasJr. also completing plans to have Mr. Smith was born May 2,( TOMMY THOMPSONE.
.. L. H Gibson Joe Wood Rev. :Mars Hill College Touring Choir J 1896 in Bnceville, Fla., and had, A. WINKLER
Dcnald Kokomoor. and T. A. appear in the church Monday lived. at Lawtey for around 30.t'ars ,
Yawn. night March: 23, and a Youth > before moving to Starke I a 'r MRS. JIMMIE[ KICKS
Madison Smith of Mayo is Area
Evangelist Team from the University several years ago.
Commander, and Elden Matthews of Florida will lead a Suiviving are four daughters,I 11. ;tj EUGEXE IJLYE
Area Oratorical Lfll ., .
chairman. Youth Program in the church Mrs. H. Bradley Mrs. Paul Bennett -I / -4'. -
April 3-4-5. All young people of and Mrs. Allen Carter, all 1 COTTLE:
the community are invited to take of Lawty, and Mrs. George L. .r ti LLOYD LEE OLIVEMRS.
GAY'SHome part. Kersey. Staike, and James R. L-
Smith, I-awtey; three sisters, Mn I r7l .
.............. ... r 1 / RUTH CARLISLE
r .yyyy. Katie Sellers, Lawtey, Mrs. Mary 1 + Store :Manager Neil Malphurs (right) congratulates -
AppliancesYour Hughes and Mrs. Ellie Rauler- !llLLW ,- Hobby Libbj, winner of Power HARRY WEBER
RISING son both of Jacksonville; and Mou er.
Friendly four brothers, Lonnie, Bob Ralph 0 / 1RrM 1 GERTRUDE{ COV1NGTOXffate;
I "' I
and Smith, all of Bald-
Dealer Jones
Norge By Mrs. Gordon t I
win.Funeral I A DitiE FEATtliE5 II ia 1j jl 1, i ; 20 i 1
NQBGE APPLIANCES AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMr :! services were held at 2j We cordially invite to visit our Garden I
MAYTAQ WASHERS and Mrs. E. J. Manni and p. m. Saturday in the Lawtey I' "Yes, I put the car in wrong gear- But you've always you .t..= ...:
family of Starke visited Mr. and Baptist Church with Rev. Edgar said we need new, attractive siding, such as Starke Supply Store and Pet Shop for all .. I
COLEMAN HEATERS And Mrs. Gordon Jones WednesdayPieht Wilkinson officiating. Burial was'I Builders Supplies, Inc. sells!"

FLOOR FURNACESWe of last week. v.ith in Veidie DeWitt Cemetery C. Jones near Callahan Funeral! your Gardening and Pet needs. II
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman Dial WO 1-1201 or WO 1-1211
Service All Makes\ and family of Mulberry visited jlome in charge of arrangements. \

Of Appliances here .over and the Mrs.weekend.Mr. Charles. Newmansand HOSPITAL ADMISSIONSThe : I I NO MONEY DOWN We have a variety of annual flower It I
PHONE: WO 4.7511 I I
of Gainesville visited
sons following patients were admitted -,
Starke, Florida
(Mr. and Mrs. Lois Newmans to Bradford County hospital plants such as Petunias, Hollyhockst'u
'Sunday.ALVAREZ' during last week: i Repair .f,.. insecticides
-- I Larkspur, Pansies, etc. Azaleas in bud -
Agnes Klager of Font Hill.:
Men's Clothing fl, Ont Canada Erroll Alvarez Bar-: Add Rooms
1 II --- Carport ---
I ,: and bloom.
Established 1894That's I I., tiara Jean Ward Betty Faye lIaz-
en of Lawtey. Berta Irene Par-
nsh, Delores Ann Tyler of Melrose Bath RoomINCLUDING tJV
Vennie M. Carter of Max- I 8I'
\ille S. G. Denmark, Kenneth I
I If It's Glass We Have IU! I Ehxon. Helen Louise Allison of ) CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATES FOR: Termite Control __
CALL WRITE VISIT Hawthorne Laurice Coleman Cle- Time To Re-roof
or Household and Commercial Pest Control..
mons of Raiford, Edith P. Wil- Rhodent Control --
kerson of Lawtey. Barney E. Mc- I Spanish Moss Control -. Lawn and Shrubbery Control.
Joe Peters Glass Co.
Hampton.Also Rae, and. Jane Dora Keys of STARKE BUILDERSSUPPLIES 1'1II1I'I

FOR ANY GLASS NEED : Carl Stewart. Charlie Ad-
We Design Modern Store Fronts dison De Sha of Waldo Robert
Just Mail Us A Pattern for Daniel Magyar!. James Durant INC. I I _
Table Tops night of Brooker Nellie Keeneof 2.,-1 N. TEMPLE AVE. PHONE \\'01396; ,)
Glen St. Marys Joan Evelyn II
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2-1353 I Johns cf Raiford Vicie Norman I AT S.A.L. DEPOT STARKE, FLA. I II. --.-
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t tt .*... I Marjorie Ann Faulk ijL ADK Menders -

I tI Weds Arthur A. PrattIn L. Are EntertainedAt

St. Petersburg :j Mullins Home

:Mr.: and :Mrs.: Luther Kaulk of :Members of Alpha Delta, Kappa

., St. Petersburg announce the marriage -| at their
... i s-oronty were entertauieo! .
of their daughter, :MarjoneAnn : K.S. .
meeting in the home of .Airs.
to Arthur Allen Pratt 011|
: Jlullms on lIarch.9 with,an a.
Starke, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. ,,
I ..-LI-r--- "'- y&l._ account of ,Airs. V. H.
I II Pratt of Tampa. The wedding was musing

S Rehearsal an! event of Feb. 28 at 4:30 o'clock. f\ I Sewell's European tour of last
I in the Bible Hope Tabernacle St. \ >"I' rc. summer. ilrs. Sewell also.< isplayE -
,: For Oakes-Pat t''f.#. ; ,
Petersburg. Rev. Charles H. Piper '
::1 ( many interesting
: Wedding Party ,/4 officiated at the single ring from the countries she visited.

.c __ ceremony. I I During the business session,
:. Mrs. Nora T. i, I i The bride who was given in .11r presided over by Mrs. E.-
S f'Ss at a dinner party : marriage by her father. had as her .t Moench altruistic! projects for the
: 27 in the Pecan I ; ttendents Miss Clara Jones ot .
j ear were discussed and two were
Garden Restaurant j Orlando, a ('ousin. as maid of honor I ._ adopted by the sorority It was
Ronnie I and :Miss: Beverly Hook ot ---y .
son Patray S decided that the next meeting will
:. :Miss: Bobbie Jean Tampa 'bridesmaid.. I '
cee. :: be devoted to making favors to
lowing their wedding j' Jack Cole served his brother-in I be used at the International Con

An arrangement ,: law as test man and Lonnie Fuil- :_ ,._ \ention in Miami in August.It .
white carnations, I :: wood of Starke. also a brother- ,. *. .. .. -'% 4J_' was announced that MISSMadge

:- occhio inlawas. usher. '-. I Middleton. Mrs. C. J.. *Tazier. -
with two bells The couple will reside at theRosenberg III
wedding ; j 'r' Mrs. Wayne Haynes,.a-nd-Mrs.
:: centerpiece for the home at Kingsley Lake. Li j.' Willie Mae Denton will representthe
f / :Mrs. Pratt is of :st. ,
.. covered dining a graduate local chapter at the state AUK
white I ,? Petersburg high school and Mound in
tapers banquet to 'be held Tampa next
ting. During the j : Park Hospital School of ursing RECENTLYVED "'N'k.
and i is; president of .Mound Park |
gaged couple .
\\ :Mr. and Mrs. Thomas At the close of the. program. reI
Hospital Nurses Alumni. J. TyerJr. "ho..e marriagt"3" an I
remembrance tc their r ,I freshments were served ty; ,Mrs.
Invited were m'mt ) -- Mr. Pratt is a graduate ot Hills- .1' event of Feb. 20 in the Xorthside Baptist Church. Mrs. TjerN
t ...". \ Mullins and the co-hostess Mrs.
: immediate families '& borough High School of Tampa.He the former Miss Frances Martin uf Starke. 1 Jeff Hopkins.

party. and .. ,. ) ru' served in the Navy and isj i ,
... J I .. presently emoloyed by the Florida -,
_ _ '\, ..,e *
S. I 'r __ _'> Newman WoodwardStar Western Thriller
National Guard at Bland- j
\ Camp MurrayNormanMr.
i ,....... -" ."' -"" ,
t -,,,j .. -. .- ... '" ing. i In ComedyAt I Booked At'' Park
F D. and Mrs. Herbert Norman
i i j Carnegie Course of Lawtey announce the mar- Florida SundayA Starting Sunday
: THE:ATe.STARKE 1 \ t
: ..
,\ riage of their daughter. Carolyn
M' \
L1_ 1 .. ,.,".f < ';. :.. f ,;1:?-o"', "' '. Graduates' FetedAtBaIlqQ to John R. Murray son of Mr. nt-ticklmg story. starring Blending furious action ; and
: # ,:".\1., ,.. ,... ji, ;,.-' '. ; t and Mrs. Colon Thomas of Starke. Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward spine-tingling suspense! "The
F i-Sa-( j o, i'(z. .".,, tII "f'i. ;" The marriage took place on is told in "Rally Round The Last of the Fast Guns" with;Gilbert
.Gun For A J 1 :: : A.'.,, '...,.'...::. .".:.' \'., --... '.- 4 Twenty-seven graduates of the Jan. 4 in Folkston, Ga. flag Boss showing at the Florida Rcland and Jock Mahoney

i .. A Dale Carnege Course just completed i will Sunday at the Parr
-" .. ., Theatre this Sunday and Monday open
Chill Wills Dean I' '.*.T", ,*., ,.-ti .11 cj..i? : .,f here; were awarded' their Social Club Meets ; 1 Theatre.
... III \ I
I C diplomas at a banquet in the Pecan Set in an averaged-sized American Mahoney portrays .an American
I --- -- Room: of the Garden Restaurant The Starke Social Club met in '
: [- II town the plot traces the gunfighter hired to hunt down a
-Pat Boone, 'I last Thursday night. the Presbyterian Church hall :hilarious adventures of a public pissing Yankee in the wilds of
Serial and Ronald Patray Maj. Joe Johnson of Camp Tuesday night. March 3. with J. elation man i Newman I whose Mexico. Filmed against a backi .
: Church Rites };landinI!'. class president, serveda Watson presiding. Games and refreshments -,busy-body wife (Miss Woodward I Il !i ground of spectacular Mexican
i ; master of ceremonies and introduced were enjoyed with"krs. i" l leads
I a resentful town's crusade; scenery the film also feature
SUN. MON.I I the featured speakers: J. :M.: Mitchell. Mis. W. G. .
pure silk organza with cap sleeves against the Army which plans to i Argentine beauty Linda Cristal
March 15. 16 |1 ;.nd featuring a shirred satin Clyde TerwiIIegar named as the| Haile. and Jack Abel serving as ij.-e the community as a site for as the daughter of a wealthy
waist with a bow in the back. The class members making the greatest I hosts. &. top secret project rancher.
Ofne; Last of I achievement in the course: Mrs. The next will be held
straight sktrt had an over sKirtof meeting In the course of the story. the Roland has the role of a ranch
i Foster Shi Smith, impromptu March 17 at 7:30. in the
Guns the p.m. well-meaning, husband almost
organza tapering from the foreman, a combination hero-
speech champion: and Hugh Hut- church halL Irish and Scotch .
) waist and extending just past the loses his wife and alienates the 1 villain.
Jock. Mahoney, ;( hem in the back. With this she son prepared speech champion.The I songs will ''be on the program. entire U. S. Army, particularly the

AND ,, \\ore white elbow gloves. blue sat- class prophecy was written [ Everyone welcome. i,hundering; captain in charge of; NEW RIVER:
The First in shoes and a large purple or- and delivered by 'Mrs. Clyde Ter- i ,, the project. I BAFIISTcIIURcU.

chid. willegar, and Freeman Register .U.D.C Meeting i ij | Other important members of
SalesladyGinger Jr.,while words to the class song Sunday School 10 a. m. ,Worship .
:Mrs.: Patray mother of the cast include Jack Carson and I
were written by Keith Reddish.In I The W. T. Weeks Chapter U DC- Joan Hour 11 a. m. Eventnj $erv.
Rogers I dress Collins who add to the com-
troom. wore a gray ot lace
Carol over pink taffeta with addition to those taking parton met Wednesday March 5, at the :': ...'e. 7 p. m. Prayer Maettnf eacb
Plus Cart4m for the skirt. a gored the graduation, program. others ,( home of Mrs. W. F. Glenn. ', Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
'I The bodice had a sott v
receiving diplomas were: Martha: :, Refreshments were served by'
neckline and sleeves. '
I cap She Pales, William Carcaiba: S. O. Denmark the hostess following the business

Wed., Thur. wore.cngth matching white gloves shoes and and the elbow outfit Mrs. Denver Devrick. Bin !session and a program on "The A Small Deposit \Will Hold Any'Item
Dodd J. D. Doyle Harold W. Epps, Permanent Confederacy" presentedby
: was complimented with a large Jim Godwin. Kenneth Gnder. Mrs
the historian Mrs. E. K. Perry-
"On The purple orchid. Ruby Johns John Kopelousos tl'\ man. LAY-A-WAY FOR EASTER

.Arthur Franz. :! Following the wedding a reception Gene Long Julian ::McKae. Mrs.| I
AND was held in the church educational Leila Mundy, Leonard Noc el. Na-
| building where arrange- cmi Smith Stanley Stanetf, Jos.t Nurses To Meet j i

Blood of the :: \I ments of French blue flowers and Warren Sam Zack, and Virgil The Bradford County ...",jurses ,;
palms were used in decorating. Jordan.
Donald Wolfit /1 Unit will meet Thursday evening
Vincent .i The bride's table was overlaid with
: Mar. 19. at 7:30 o'clock in the
an ice blue
pure and lace
I ; Birthday Party Bradford County Hospital staff
r'S. I cloth. The three-tierd wedding
j dining room. All members are' "
I : cake was topped with an ice "blue For Jimmy YawnMrs. I urged to attend.Brownie .
orchid and showers of narrow satin -
: :: T.
; ribbons A. Yawn Jr. entertained
-I and stephanotis with a
wide ruffle of nylon tulle around at a birthday party Monday after- NoticeThe

: I, the base and resting on a scalloped noon for her son, Jimmy, on his ,
Brownie Scouts will meet
eighth i
reflector. On either side ot anniversary.
---u All i I. the cake were three-branched The Easter theme was used in Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clockat
: the home of their leader Mrs. 4
the party decorations. The ,
candelabra. centered with an eper- refreshment I I
'}HEDGE I nette. holding a modernistic arrangement table, decorated with J. D. Warren. ',

of white carnations green and yellow crepe paper'' I
Lijjustrum I : ,' centered with blue orchids against streamers, was centered with WSCS Circle Four 7/-

PEAT a background of white glittered three-tiered birthday cake, iced a'i ,
'I leather-leaf fern and holding green and yellow. Circle 4 of the First Methodist :

(In your ) I French iblue candles. At either The 20 little guests enjoyed WSCS met Tuesday nignt in the -

i corner of the table wer bows ot games with prizes and received I fellowship hall. After a discussion -IV

COLEAS ice blue nylon tulle centered with miniature Easter baskets of can- of a chapter from the book "Re- :,

(Several ) white satin bows and carnations.The ( y. covery of Family Life." by Mrs. '

:: two punch tables at eIther :Mrs.: Horace Dyal assisted Mrs. S P. Staneff refreshments were I
SHASTA end of the room were covered with Yawn in caring; for the guests. served by Mrs. L. M. Hedgecock i

ice blue silk and lace cloths and and Mrs. Paul Hutchins.

CRUCIFIX centered with crystal punch bowls Mrs. J. A. GriffinHostess
to PTA To MeetThe
(Or Thorny which sprays of Pinocchio
) To ClassThe
j I chrysanthemums and showers of .
.' &: g. ',a ,
'! narrow, satin ribbons were attachi High School PTA will meet' Iu.l 'j 'i 4l&
!i i at the rim. Greenery was used Shining Light Sunday I Tuesday, March 17. at 8 p m. in #
: .
I school class
of the First Baptist) .h 44
(Angel ) around the base of the bowls.Silver church I i he high school library with the ;,

trays holding white mints, and: picnic. enjoyed at the a hamburger home of their fry I i I sericulture department in charge t ,' 1' I t I
Open i centered with ice blue rosebuds 'I of the program. The executive 1ff'
teacher Mrs. J. A. Griffin
were placed on the table. board will meet at 1:30 p. m. in : .
902 N. Camp Blanding Tuesday evening. the library. I .. .,,' ..1 :' '#
I Reception guests were greetedat The party was held on the Griffin I '- .4 ,
the door by Mrs. Levy Canova patio with eight members BAKE I -
"... =-.. : .;: (and Mrs. J. T. Lawson. Mrs. N. present. SALE
Circle 4 of the
First Methodist
!Is. Dankel of Starke and .Mrs.
James W. Jr. of Churchill sponsor a Bake Sale
i i Patray Games-
i vine cut the ,bride's cake and Airs. Dinner Party on Saturday March 14, in front :

-' J. H. :Mabry: Jr. kept the bl1de'sbook. For Kathy GriffinMr. of Barksdale's starting at 10 a. ,

-'I Assisting in serving were EG. j
:\Irs.: Don Pat ray. :Mrs.: Gene Pa- :: and :Mrs.: Jack Griffin entertained -

tray of Jacksonville. Mrs. Dave at a dinner party Wednesday :

I Paulk, :Mrs.: Jack Hahn, Mrs. evening at their home, 328W. : : :
James Gassett, Mrs. J. W. Kur- South street, for their daugh-.f SCKYtCfYfratUepsfolUbroU .
;; long. Miss Sandra Jones, and .:\1rs.I ter. Kathy who was celebratingher I

D L. Thomas. seventh birthday anniversary- : \
I After spending some time with. The eight guests included her'

: their guests the young couple lell I, grandparents, Dr.",and Mrs. OliverV. I J
-,i i on a wedding tnp 16 Daytona! Greer of Lake City. .
i I Beach and Miami. They will be i 1

I 'lat home at 3153 Cecelia street,, Study CourseThe
Jacksonville after :March: 12. The
i bride chose for traveling a suit II III Study Course which was Demure

designed and made by herself ol postponed from last month by the -

cloud blue imported English! wool. First :Methodist: WSCS will be held I I and delightfulA
Birds The suit was made with a Tuesday. :March: 17, at 10 a.m. in
are on (.:straight skirt a fitted jacket witfl I II he Fellowship Hall at the church. : wiTtlejs wonder to wander all through'

blooming. : I three-quarter length sleeves anaa 1 A covered dish luncheon and short 'Ihe- hot days of $um er. The cool and fJar '

the season? portrait collar. The outfit was business meeting will follow. tu.I! skrt .. trim, Km bodice with eye-catching horizontal, y l
Your I
compliemented with black: shoes tucks
;and I trimmed.whh.makhwg.val loci.'
get your car bag a blue flower and feather
he'll drain hat.I and matching blue gloves. Drrp-drycotton( in pink, blue, Ktac mist green-'

give the With this. she wore an ice blue as seen in Seventeen. Sizes 5-15. $12.95

crankcase orchid corsage. Is fighting bills
i, The bride graduated from BUS: TrymeudyoolForget
OiL Of class of 1957. and attended .'lona your Si.VheJher I
e>en your State University. The groomi I -p
It'sail part graduated from .-BHS .class ot \ jou want residential orcommercial A lC

"Zing Up" ,'l954, served in the Air.Force for ,Bradford County Hospital announces wiring, just call on uV'
had this sen three and a half years and is now the following births: for a free estimate. Yonll be surprised -

the employed with the Otis Elevator Mr. and Mrs. James Pains ot I at the money jou sate. All
orange priceless!
., *A trademark -(Co. in Jacksonville. Starke a ,.daughter Tensa Irene work guaranteed. young fashionBOBBINS's ,
!-i Out of town guests were Mr. and Iar. 5.Mr. .
: '!::\Irs. Claude Barton of Jackson- :: and Mrs. Richard Keys of' ELECTRIC

) yule, Mr. and :Mrs.: Stanley Mathis Hampton. a daugkter; Mar. 6. SERVICE

-|of ,Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. .uRol- ){r. and Mrs. ,James Johns ot HOUSEHOLD1iIYtL

a aria Cauto of Waltham Mass, Raiford a daughter, Donna Jean,
.. I :Miss: Bernice King of Atlanta, Ga., Mar. 8.Mr. "The .Storeoftalues"

---,,,,, ,!,,, : and :Mr: and Mrs. Jim Harden of :: and Mrs. John Ross of :Mel-:
ter's wedding an ice blue

----- U
'c __ .. ...A L. IlL L. ., ..A _- t I
0t t Marjorie Ann .Faiilk ADK .;'MembersAre

Weds Arthur A. ,PrattIn EntertainedAt

St. 'PetersburgMr. H Mullins.Home

and Mrs. Luther Faulk of Members of Alpha Delta' Kappa

I St. Petersburgannounce, 'the mar- &? I I sorority were entertauiedj.atf! ,,their

4 :: w riage of their daughter, Marjone LiAp ,meeting in the home of ..Mrs. K.
: : Ann. to Arthur Allen Pratt ot p 1
: Gladys Mooty I S. Mullins on March.9 wttnan,! amusing *
.. -.- ,_ .... ...... ---...,-.- ... ...----- _, a Starke, son of Mr.and Mrs. C A.
M Pratt of Tampa. The wedding was t- : account of .Mrs. W. B.

Rehearsal Dinner Little Women Hear zn event of.Feb. 28 at 4:30 o'clock. -(\ Sewell's European tour of last

in the Bible Hope Tabernacle, St.I :'v,, __ summer. Mrs. Sewellalsoj.displayec .
:: For Oakes-Patray Panel On EtiquetteA Petersburg. Rev. Charles.H. Piper }"J..t. .1 r 4 ., many inieresung souvenirs

: Wedding Party panel discussion on etiquettewas .. officiated at the single ring I hi from the countries she visited.

held at the Little Women's ceremony. |I During the business session,
tiN Mrs. Nora T. Patray was hostess r'J The bride, who was given in' E.
I Club meeting: Monday evening in s i iJ presided over by K.
marriage by her father.-had as her
at a dinner party on February the club! house. Moench, altruistic projects for the
M 2'i in the Pecan Room of the attendents, Miss Clara Jones ot and
j Chairman of the program was year were discussed two were
.. Garden Restaurant honoring her 1 Orlando, a cousin, as maid of honor -
Robbie Capps and those taking jj adopted by the sorority. It was
:. son': Ronnie Patray, and his fiancee -,' part were Pat Humphries Martha ::1 and Miss Beverly Hook ot decided that the next meeting will

Miss Bo bie Jean Oakes, lol-"j Dayton, Mary Agnes Matthews ,. Tampa -bridesmaid.. JH be devoted to making favors to

lowing their wedding rehearsal. j Harriett Powell, Carol Temple, % 1 Jack Cole served his brotherinlaw be used at the International: Convention -

:' An arrangement: of blue and |,and Katherine Conway. -.. pj : as best man and Lonnie Full- in Miami in August.It .

f* white carnations, mums and Fine -I :Mary Agnes Matthews, president j .... .., -'\;' wood of Starke, also a was announced that Miss
: r ; brother-I
: occhio chrysanthemums centered j presided over the meeting .. ", .:. in-law, was usher. ? .Madge Middleton Mrs. C. J...Frazier -

with two wedding bells formed the Harold Tyus gave the devotion, The couple will reside I Mrs. Wayne Haynes,, .,:>Irs.

:: centerpiece for the white linen I after which he invited membersto Rosenberg home at Kingsley Lake.I i Willie Mae Denton will representthe

.. covered dining table. Lighted attend the Methodist Youth Revival .f'.i: '" Mrs. Pratt is a graduate of St., local chapter at the sateAUKbanquet ,

white tapers completed the set- next week. r-h" Petersburg high school and Mound to be held in Tampa nextvreek.

ting. During the evening the en- Charlene Hardy read the revision "rfi h \ Park Hospital School of Nursing I RECENTLYVED .

gaged couple presented gifts of : of amendments of the clifj ...' and is president of .Mound Park .
1Ir j At the close of the,.program refreshments
'- :Mr.: and lr.. Thomas
Hospital Nurses Alumni. J. Tyer, Jr., whose marriage was an
remembrance tc their attendants. constitution which \t: t
; was accepted. ;. T were served yy Mrs.
Mr. Pratt is a ot Hills- event of Feb. 20 in the North,ide Churrh.
Invited were members of the Shi Anne Smith discussed r.- graduate Baptist Mrs. Tyeris
plans i 1', \ i ..;A, Mullins and the co-hostess, Mrs.
: immediate families, the wedding for the Spring dance to be held t .. borough High School of Tampa.He i the former Miss Frances Martin wf Starke. f Jeff Hopkins.
......... served in the Navy and is ,
party, and out-of-town guests. I i April 11.Following. / ':.' I
1 .' \ ... presently emoloyed by the Florida i
'l.t\ <
.. the program, refreshments t ._ l
J 's '.4r .,.. \ ,\ National Guard at Bland- Murray-Norman Newman WoodwardStar I Western Thriller
Camp _
i ,
t were served by the hostess. >.< ....,. .
.f ,.. ... .' ing. I Booked At1'Park
:. I ". In ComedyAt
J ,f J ".... ; "" Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Norman I
... EpJM ; .R ( ;Mary Ann GraudonIs i a to' fi ;/, of Starting Sunday
''. YME ATe. i .. /-:'' .," ... Carnegie Course Lawtey announce the mar- Florida SundayA t
FLA.! Honor Guest -.."" -.. i.. k"'I. \ ... ,\\ riage of their daughter, Carolyn
,, .'. "''' ... Graduates Feted Blending furious action and
j 'It'f fi fw to John R. Murray son of Mr. rib-tickling story. starring
On Birthdayi .d U i r., ;ll;\ i) "' Pyy. .., .,.' t... .i At'Banquet and Mrs Colon Thomas of Starke. Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward i spine-tingling suspense, Ths

FrSat.March( 13, 14 i .: ';. ; .Ii..'f't'f'I ',, .. ,"" .... L.. :.' The marriage took place on is told in "Rally Round The last of the Fast Guns':" withGil;
Ann Graudon was pleasantly .... .... .... ".-:. ,! S _*, .. > ..",....." \1. .. of Jock
Gun For A CowardChill r. .... '. "" :a-'. .. --- Twenty-seven graduates the Jan. 4 in Folkston, Ga. Flag, Boys, showing at the Florida bert Roland and Mahoney
surprised at a" birthday 1 Dale Carnegie! Course comI -I I will Sunday at the Parr
., : just. ; Theatre this Sunday and Mon open
Wills, Dean Storkwll luncheon and matinee party givenih j +f"r. '" ; I
pletedhere were awarded their
M ,.... .. .. ; Social Club Meets i day. Theatre.
her honor "" ""- '
ANDMARDI Saturday in celebration __. .. ;' : '. at in the Pecan
> V .... /.. diplomas a banquet Set in an averaged-sized, American Mahoney. portrays .an. American

.- GRAS A white of her and eighth anniversary. .......... J._- -- ..__.. ";;:' ____-- Room of the Garden! Rfstaurant- The Starke Social Club met in town, the plot traces the 'gunfighter hired to hunt doyn a
yellow-color motif
'Fat ioone last!' Thursday night. the Presbyterian Church hall :hilarious adventures of a public missing Yankee in the wil4s of
,Serial# ,and Tommy Cartoon Sands was rations.carried The out eight in the party deco- : Bobbie Jean Oakes Weds Ronald'P Stray Maj. Joe Johnson of Camp \' Tuesday night March 3, with J. elation man (Newman whose Mexico. Filmed against a background -
i guests : ''n Madison Street Baptist Church RitesIn Iilanding, class president serveda Watson presiding. Games and re-((busy-body wife (IMiss Woodward" 1 i of spectacular Mexican
v.ere served Jim1on at two card '
master of ceremonies and introduced -.freshments were enjoyed with!| leads a resentful town's crusade scenery, the film also features

SUN., MON.., TUES. yellow tables covered cloths and with centered white with and a beautiful wedding ceremony ]pure silk organza with cap sleeves the featured speakers: ''Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. Mrs.V.. U.i!;;against the Army which plans to Argentine beauty Linda Cristal

.t March 15, 16.17 yellow candles. performed Saturday evening, i<'t'b. i.nd featuring a shirred satin Clyde Terwillegar, named as the,HaiIe, and Jack Abel serving as use the community as a site for \is the daughter of a wealthy

28, at 7:30 o'clock in the Madison waist with a bow In the back. The class members making the greatest I hosts. t ''a top secret project.In rancher.
The. Last of the Fast I Following the matinee.luncheon they attended treet Baptist hurch, Miss Bobbie straight skit had an over skirtof achievement in the course: Mrs. The next meeting will be held the course of the story the ( Roland has the role of a ranch

Guns I Jean Oakes. daughter of Mr. and the organza tapering from the Foster Shi Smith, impromptu March 17 at 7:30. pjn. in the well-meaning husband almost foreman, a combination hero'villain. -

Jock Mahoney, Gilbert Roland 'Mrs. Moncrief Irs. Charles Robert Oakes of 201S;; waist and extending just past the speech champion: and Hugh Hut-i j church hall. Irish and Scotch loses: his wife, and alienates the : .
Fratt street, 'became the bride of J ]hem in the back. With this she son prepared speech champion.The songs will (be on the program. entire U. S. Army particularly the

AND Hostess To CircleThe Ronald Terry Patray, son ot Mrs. : wore white elbow gloves blue satin class prophecy was written I(Everyone welcome. 'j I blundering; captain in charge, of NEW BIVTCRBAPTIST

The First Traveling Nora Patray of 1003 Colley road. j shoes, and a large purple or- and! delivered by ,Mrs. Clyde Ter- ,, the project. I CHURCH

Ethel Griffin Biggs Circleof Rev. J. H. Mabry. Jr., pastor, performed I rhid. willegar' and Freeman Register, U.D.C. MeetingThe I I Other important members of
Saleslady the First Baptist; Church met the nuptials. Mrs. Patray mother of the Jr., whne words to the class song the cast include Jack Carson and I Sunday School, 10 a. m. ,Worship .

Ginger. Rogers, Barry Nelson, Tuesday night at the home of Mrs.J The rostrum was centered with : groom, wore a gray dress of lace were written by Keith Reddish.In I W. T. Weeks Chapter UDC Joan Collins, who add to the com- Hour, 11 a. m.Eveninf 8err

Carol Charming H. Moncrief. a large French blue sunburst arrangement over pink taffeta with a addition to those taking parton met Wednesday, March 5, at the p/ications.; i -*, 7 p. m. Prayer Meettngieacss;

'Plus Cartoon for the Children During the 'business session it of gladioli, giant chry- skirt. The bodice had a sott gored vr.eck'line the graduation program others' ':home of Mrs. W. F. Glenn. I Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.

was decided to make 25 aprons lor santhemums and cushion mums, and receiving diplomas were: Martha i i Refreshments were served by'
I the Baptist Children's Home in cap sleeves. She Pales William Carcaiba, S. G. Den-: the hostess following the business
flanked two fan-shaped arrangements -
Wed, Thur. March 18, 19 Lakeland during this month. by wore matching shoes and elbow mark :Mrs; Denver Devrick, Bill
of the same blossoms : white session, and a program on "The A Small Deposit Will Hold Anyta I
length and
gloves the out-
Mrs. S. L. i Dodd'J.
MONSTEROn Jr., program against a background ot palms D. Doyle, Harold W. Epps, Permanent Confederacy" presentedby
chairman, was assisted toy Mrs. K. fit was complimented with a large: ,Jim. Godwin. Kenneth Gilder Mrs. the historian Mrs. E. K. Perry-
and ether Seven- ,
jade greenery. purple orchid.
( Campus A. Yancy, Mrs. L. H. Jennings branched candelabra were used Ruby Johns, John Kopelousos, man. LAY-A-WAY FOR EASIER
Arthur Franz, Joanna Moore :Mrs. C. J. Houpt, and :Mrs. N. H. holding French blue candles which,j Following the wedding a recep- Gene Long, Julian McRae, Mrs .

AND Rosier in presenting. an interesting cast a soft glow over the i, tion was held in the church educa- Leila Mundy, Leonard Noegel, Naomi Nurses To MeetThe I

program. Candle brackets, holding setting.\\tional building where arrange- Smith Stanley Staneff, Jos.
of the
VampireDonald I, During the social hour Mrs. dles and ice blue I l ments of French blue flowers and Warren, Sam Zack, and Virgil Bradford County Curses; "'
j Moncrief and the co-hostess Mrs. palms were used in decorating.The Jordan.
Wolfit, Barbara attached'tc
Shelley leather leaf fern were Unit will meet Thursday evening ""-
Vincent Ball I('Jeff N. Hopkins, served refreshments the pews down'the center aisle,I bride's table was overlaid with Mar. 19 at 7:30 o'clock in the
to the an ice blue, silk and lace
21 persons present. the 1 pure
which illuminated path Birthday Party Bradford County Hospital staff
cloth. The '
I wedding
ti redding party. dining room. All members are ..
cake was topped with an ice blue For YawnMrs.
As the guests assembled Missl I Jimmy urged to attend.Brownie .
NURSERYPREEASTER orchid and showers of. narrow satin -
Joanne Furlong, organist, played T.
A. Yawn Jr. entertained I'
nuptial selections and the traditional : ribbons and stephanotis a 1d
wide ruffle of nylon tulle around at a birthday party Monday afternoon -: Notice

SALE wrdding marches were used the base and resting on a scalloped for her son, Jimmy, on his I 1
Miss Sylvia Paulk, soloist, sang I eighth anniversary.The : The Brownie Scouts will meet
reflector. On
either side of
._- All Plants Container Grown .._ "Dearly Wedding'Prayer.Beloved," "Because" andiThe I!lthe i cake were three-branched Easter theme was used in,: Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock!

candelabra centered with an the party decorations. The re.,, at the home of their leader, Mrs. ,

'HEDGE PLANTS each 45c James served W. Patray as ''best Jr.man of and Gainesville the- (,I gnette.; holding a modernistic eper-arrangement freshment table, decorated with Ii' J. D. Warren. I Ir' 1' ? flY

of white green and .yellow crepe pape]
Ligustrum Boxwood Viburnum ushers were Don Patray and Ar- carnations i
Podocarpus :
centered with blue orchids streamers, was centered with aI WSCS Circle Four
thur Patray of Starke, and Gene against 1/ ,.
a background of white glittered three-tiered birthday cake, iced in
per bu 50c Patray of JacSsonville. leather-leaf fern and holding green and yellow. Circle 4 of the First Methodist ;

(In your own container) Lauderdale Miss Lynn attended Stewart the of bnde Fort as French blue candles. At either -The 20 little guests enjoyed: WSCS met Tuesday night in the

corner of the table were bows of games with prizes and received f fellowship hall. After a discussion I
COLEAS each 29c and up maid of Miss honor and Dankel the bridesmaidswere of Starke, ice blue nylon tulle centered with miniature Easter baskets of can of a chapter from the bock "Re I I
(Several different kinds) white satin bows and carnations.The ny. covery of Family Life." by Mrs.
and Miss Bettie Ann Gober, and i S P. Staneff refreshments I t
two punch tables at either Mrs. Horace Dyal assisted Mrs were
McLaulin, both of Sara-
SHASTA Miss Ann end of the Yawn in caring for the served by Mrs. L. M. Hedgecock I
and MAY DAISIES per doz 75c sota. Little Donna Patray ol room were covered with ; ; guests. e i 1 "1 a
ice blue silk and lace cloths and and :Mrs. Paul Hutchins.

CRUCIFIX BUSH, in bloom $1.50Or Starke: All of the served attendants as flower wore girl.ident- centered with crystal punch bowlsto Mrs. J. A. Griffin '

( Thorny Crown) ical ballerina length gowns ot chrysanthemums and
showers of -; .
shimmering blue iridescent taffeta,I .rK
satin High School PTA will meet
narrow ribbons
BEGONIAS each featuring princess lines with a were attached Shining Light Sunday, n '
up I' at the rim. Greenery was used Tuesday, March 17 at 8 p m. in
shallow neckline, from a de- school class of the First '
(Angel Wing, Beefsteak, Star) Fontana of Italy. In the around the base of the bowls. church Baptist i he high school library with the
sign by enjoyed a hamburger fry
Silver trays holding white mints riculture department in charge s. ?i
back was a peplum beneath which and picnic i at the home of their I
Open Afternoons and Saturdays75c centered with ice blue rOsebuds- of the program. The executive ?
over-sized box teacher, Mrs. J. A. Griffin
extended two | at l rc'
board will -
were placed on the table. meet at 7:30 p. m. in
902 N. Oak 3 Blocks Off E. Brownlee pleats. On the peplum were two I! Reception Camp Blanding Tuesday evening the library. '' n 'k f i
guests were
sequin and pearl flower designs. greeted The party was held on the Griffin r c
I Their head pieces were blue halos!jat;' the door by Mrs. Levy Canova ,patio> with"eight members I 3 si.sa

... ww>_ _....v::..,:..<<::;.y.... "'. ..>><_. adorned with pearls and'crystal and Mrs. J. T. Lawson. Mrs. N. present. BAKE SALE
> Circle 4 of the First Methodist
S. Dankel of Starke ,
beads, featuring matching eye- and Mrs.
James W. Patray Jr. of Games Church will sponsor a Bake Sale I
veils sprayed with iridescent sequins -
l and pearls. They wore eve- vine cut the ibride's cake and Airs. Dinner Party on Saturday, March 14, in front

>< ning length white gloves and carved -I J. H. Mabry Jr. kept the bride's For Kathy GriffinMr. of Barksdale's starting at 10 a. I,

a French cascade arrange-I book. Assisting in serving were m. Ii Iii

ment of white carnations inter-11\lrs. Don Patray. Mrs. Gene Pa- and Mrs. Jack Griffin entertained :

2r spersed with nylon tulle puffs with, of Jacksonville Mrs. Dave at a dinner party Wednesday : 1 1I ..

satin loops. They also wore match-I Paulk. :Mrs. Jack Kahn Mrs. evening at their home, 328tV. i

ing hose and satin shoes. The James Gassett, Mrs. J. W. frtir- South street.j for their daughter H

flower girl carried a miniature;j long, Miss Sandra Jones, and Mrs. Kathy, who was celebratingher i-

bouquet like that of the bride- '' I.. Thomas. seventh birthday anniversary.I I II \
i io maids. I'D After spending some time with' The eight guests included her

The lovely bride, who was given I, guests the young couple left grandparents, Dr.,.and Mrs. Oliver ..

j in marriage by her father,-design on .a wedding tnp 16 Daytona W. Greer of Lake City. ., lb r

ed and made her own wedding I Beach and Miami. They will be -

9 gown of white Peau de Soie and: at home at 3153 Ceceha street, Study CourseThe
French chantilly lace. The mold-:j Jacksonville after March 12. The
UplbrSpi'tnqI ?d bodice featured a square neck- I'j bride chose for traveling a suit Study Course which was Demure.ondcfefighVfiU

line with appliqued scallops ot designed and made by herself of postponed from last month by the ,

lace re-embroidered with pearls,;, cloud blue imported English wooL First Methodist WSCS will be held I ,

Birds the flowers will be seed: pearls, .iridescent sequins and t The suit. was made with a Tuesday. March 17, at 10 a.m. in I .
are on wing. Spring soon I
witless '
crystal beads, and shirred elbow'I straight skirt, a fitted jacket with the Fellowship Hall at the church.A .I wonder to wander all throvflh"f
blooming. How about jour car? Is it in tune.with :length sleeves. The front of the: threequarter.length ,sleeves ana covered dish luncheon and snort tt I .fhe-hot days of sumsaer. The cool and flarty'

+ the season? gown was cut on princess Imes ot I a portrait collar. The outfit was business meeting will follow. tr full!! skirt...trim, slim bodice,with .
Your Phillips 66 Dealer knows just what to do to I 'ace and Peau de Soie. The back, compliemented with black shoes ... I ... eytxafchlng+orhonfcj I
i4 tucb
get your car ready for warm weather driving. First :'consisted of four tiers of scalloped and bag a blue flower and feather IJ Irimmed.wHh-matching.allac) .'

he'll drain and flush your car's radiator.iThen he'll lace that extended into chapel: hat and matching blue gloves 1 .. parr Drip.Jry( cotton in pink, blue Bloc mist green-f

give the chassis a thorough lubrication, and refill the train. On the top of the lace was|; With this she wore an ice Blue II Yfctttepsfo&sW* as seen in Seventeen. Sizes 5-15. "
3 pleated half overskirt of Peau!f orchid corsage. $12.95
., crankcase with fresh Phillips 66 Trop-Artic* Motor I' Is fighting bills
: io Soie. Her veil of French silk j The bride,graduated from UHS, and yoat
Oil Of he'll check tires and .Try me
course, your battery. attached to class of 1957 and Klon-
illusion was a crownf attended forgetyourills.Wlrejher .
even your windshield wipers. fu iridescent encrusted flowers> da State University. The groom I I ;
I It'salt around the neck from BHS: want residential kq'&nc&qpriceless
ofyourPhillips66'Dealer's s I duplicating those 'I|graduated .class ol jou or i
"Zing Up" senice. If your car hasn't ')f the gown. She earned a white,11954, served in the Air-Force for Bradford County Hospital announces -, commercial wiring just call on a*I

bad this sen ice drive in here you seethe lace-covered. Prayer book topped t; three and a half years and Is now the following, births: for a free estimate. You'll be surprised -
66 with an ice blue orchid and sprays;I e.11ployedith the Otis ElevatorCo. Mr. and Mrs. James Parrisi ot I at the money you ave.> All '
and black Shield.
M.J *A trademark orange Phillips 66 I. of stephanotis shattered carnations in Jacksonville.Out Starke, a.daughter, Terisa Irene, work guaranteed. young fajhibntiBOBBIN6'

and puffs of bride's illu-, of town guests were Mr. and Mar. 5.' I

sion.: The riarrcw satin streamers Mrs. Claude Barton of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Keys of .ELECTRIC

JEROME JOHNS OIL COMPANY- I ,were interspersed with a string, ville, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Mathis Hampton a daughter; Mar.

Distributor of pearls. The cbride's.onlyorna-i"of Gainesville, .Mr. ,and JUrs. ,Rol- )[r. .and Mrs.:James Johns ot :
S ment was a string of pearls, a i anB Cauto Waltham.. Mass.,, Raiford. a daughter, Donna Jean, i
r Starke, Fia. gift of the groom. Miss Bernice King of Atlanta Ga., Mar. 8.Mr. FIXTURES and SUPPLIES

_:.__.... _"' ......,_.... - ter's wedding, an ice blue dress of I RaifonL ,_ fQ.s?_!,.jOn.,Jfat v 9. 213 E CALL ST STARKE, FLA.

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.1Qo.- ... -.-.- --- --------.- ...;. Mrs.Irene Roberts of Palatka Mrs. B. E. Withrow has returned -I Dr. and Mrs. W. E. .Middletonand I Mr..and Mrs. C. W. Colson and y ruarr: Hth. 1353. is"do JYIK- -:"n. ,:-..*. ,1
I pent several days this week with to her home in Odum. Ga. Mrs. E..L. Matthews were in children 4t Starke and.Mrs. J. L.J First Puniinatton Febntarr IS. 1319 HfHI 1. lint: *' 11.:1" **.. r.tU. I
Attorney for "dIOUt..li..tr.Ldmi
orothy AKTHSwanbmn.!
her daughter. Mrs. Herbert Thomas after a ten day visit with Mrs. C. Hcrtecse- Ga. last Thursday to Ray ct"Waldo are spending ''Wed- J \ "';xtrix_.tf .the,Ki tat,' of :-11 4tStZ
I and family. A. Knight.Mr. attend the funeral of .Dr. Middle- nesday to Sunday in Atlanta on. -
Mr. and Mrs. W. L Joiner, Jr. and Mrs. K. Cahill of Newark ten's niece, Mrs. T.. H. Howard. a business and pleasure'' trip and
of Griffin Ga. will be Saturday N. J. were guests for a week Mayor W. T. Jackson and Logan also visiting J. W. Cason. t

to Wednesday guests of Mr. and with Mr. and Mrs. David Paten Gay spent several days this Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Haj dee of HO"RSERACING'

N Tnc NEws Mfrs.[I L. D. Vining.Chief returning home Saturday. reek: in Atlanta on business. South Port N. C. were last Friday ,

tI I I Petty Officer and Mrs. I Mrs. E. S. Matthews Orlandois : Mrs. David Montgomery is staying visitors of Mr. and Mrs. L.I'
... iL.I D. Green of Lake City former : spending some time with her with .friends in Jacksonvillewhile A. Davis. '
i iII Starke residents were guests con and daughter-in-law, Mr. and visiting her mother Mrs. Miss Sue McDavid of llrookeri

j II I I Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mrs. E. I.. Matthews. Horace Tolbert who is a patientin spent the weekend with Miss Di- I'
Griffin Mr. Green left Wednesday 75 Spring Dresses reduced for St. Vincent's Hospital. anne Colson. z
I -I I I for three years of sea duty. Clearance Fri. & Sat. at Leila's David Jordan is confined with 75 "Spring Dresses redno'd for

1 Mrs. F. F. Stump is spending Three local representatives of the ,three-day .measles. Clearance Fri & Sat. at Lila's110TiCE t(
lie Gulf Life Insurance Co.. W. H. Mrs. John Andrews is a medical
weekend in Monticello with
I| !Hand L. M. Irby and L. C. patient at Doctor's Hospital. -- iI I
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomson, Jr.
i and Smith have been invited to the !ir_ and Mrs. J. W. Ward of I FLORIDA'S.ONLY PARI-MUTUEl t
company's President's Club conference Philadelphia, Pa. and Mr. and I in i I
I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hixon and am business for myself, HARNESS & QUARTER
I! Gamily I of Savannah Ga. were in St. Petersburg April Mrs Xlvin Chace and family and located at the old Johnny SZiadd i HORSE TRACK ,
of Mrs2 Adeline Chace of Jacksonville place 301 North. Don't '
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. J12.Miss on forget
| -,II Vivian Garcia a freshmanat were Sunday viSitors of Mrs. 1 to look nt up. I'
1 at' R. Hixon. ;' Jacksonville University spent Etta Hoover.

i 2. 75 Spring Dresses reduced for the weekend with her parents. Mrs. G. W. Bishop, in, of Charlottesville SHORT ALLEN'S GARAGE I I PONCE DE L LEONce&c
Clearance Fri. & Sat. at Leila'sMiss I
'I at II Mr. and Mrs. Rene' Garcia of ) Va. is spending several About 3 Miles Out
Louise Stern and students
II Ccmp Blanding. weeks with her parents. Mr. and 4tp-4-2 2
Virginia Erwin and Carolyn Vick-
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley were Mrs. Lex Green. Mr. Bishop will <
I ers, and Mrs. W. A. Stern attended !I guests at a luncheon last Friday join her on March 25. Ik The ro<.., Jsrfsr't---('..r' -Of- 7 #
the Bach Festival at Rollins Bradford .
t'aunly KlurMa.In
I lin the Quadrangle at Penney Ewell Lawson entered Bradford .
College, Winter Park on Feb. 28.i Prohatr.IX 9 RACES NIGHTLY EXCEPT SUNDAYS
Farms honoring Mrs. Ann Mc- County Hospital en Sunday for RE: Estate: of Kveljrn: E. AVheUn.aluo .
Mrs. Charles Sawyer is return- Kee. Hcsts were Rev. and Mrs. observation and treatment. known as Evelyn X Whelaji for
Special Arrangement
ing to Charlotte. N. C. this week- and a* Evelyn XorMadt Whtlan. POST TIME 8:15 P. M. i
Clarence; Dibble. WANTED: donations of Pies. ttmaerd. Croup Dinner LadiesDAILY
end to join Mr. Sawyer at Fort \nTI('.: TO "RfUlTonS DOUBLE &
Mrs. Exolia Frezza and daughter Cakes and Homemade Candy. I TelephoneAMnrrst
j Jackson after visiting her Ml person! having claims or demands -
1 .I'I parents I of Manville R. I. were recent Please bring to BUS Cafeteria a> inllt the estate of Kv''htnK. QUINIELAS 8-%"I
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Sladc
guests of her son and daugh- Saturday morning for sale by Whelan. also known at t.t.' t
I Sr. for two weeks. X. AVheian. and as Evelyn:: XorstJirf t
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Band Parents Association.Mr. \Vlielan. df''ea4'tI. are hcrrUy notified PONCE DE LEON RACEWAY
Mr. and Mrs. Don Neel had
as Laffan of Long Bridge. and Mrs. W. W. Sellars of and required to file their clanaa "'
I dinner guests on Wednesday Mar.I In the office or the I'ounly Jurtevof :. 17 Mi. So. of factsoavlleBayard
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter cf Burlingtcn. N. C. and Mr. and
I Bradford Comity. Florida in the FloridaGeneral
4. Mrs. George Dunnavant of i.I
Lawtey and Mrs. Stokes of Jack- I orrs. W. E. Crowson of Winter Court Motive at !'tark KloriHa.within } Admmwi .50
j : by I Green Cove Springs Lt. Julio sonville were Monday visitors of I Haven were weekend guests of the date tight of the calendar first publication months froit'..t ., (Sorry No Minorj)
Andrade, Ecuadorian
I I Navy com- Mrs. Effie Johns. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crowson. thin nnl Ir... or the name will !.'". 'me ,I
manding officer. Lt. [j. B.I Pablo raid according to law. This Feb
I Rueda Ecuadorian Navy executive,

at-I I I officer. Ens. Adolpho Castro A Small Will Hold Item
Ecuadorian Navy Supply officer,I Deposit Any COR-ROTOR
: I ItJid I Ens. Luis Vallejo. engineer
-I all of the ship. B. A. E. TARQUI,
(docked at Green Cove Springs. LAY-A-WAY FOR EASTER
ade"v the skies
ade"j : icctcr Robert of Mclntire.the Starke-Bradford executive-di- scans

I I County Chamber of Commerce' s .

'Conference attending the conducted First by Industrial the Flo- I 1 ( ,4.. ?> t A like radar to pull in better

,. ,\ I ;: Qa
rida Industrial Realtors Associa- "

tion Friday.in Tampa Thursday and \ .. :,J pictures on your set!

Mrs. W. H. Edwards of Jacksonville \ .

I spent the weekend with

I and Mis J. S. Sapp had asweekend r to track down the best r e straight at the ae TtdteRpossiblepictureonevery ,

I guests Mr. and Mrs. ci: tower of the channel
Victor Berry of Dillcn, S. C.. Mr. I tT f\& channeL i l! you want .
and Mrs. Dewey Warren of I 1

1 1I I dtatesboro, Ga., Mr. and Mrs.! MO WOKOEI TOO lAVE TV 7I008U' with weak or snowy picture and READ WHAT ACTUAL USERS SAY
I Richard Ray of Savannah Ga. ["ghosts" channels Laic most
1J O. so many people' you're: p obHutlrtd.*of thontandt of CDtt Retort] .
J I and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Reyes and !ably in location where TV signals come from many directions arc now in use end ill TV Ticiftiom
family of Jacksonville Mrs. Sapp { not just the one your antenna wu set up to face. area jut like yours..
IL was confined in the Bradford
I County Hospital over the weekend.I .I .sI priceless POUT Tl 10 ABOUT nr Mate your antenna work 3 or 4 times more "..OlE STATIONS, BETTER flCWEJ. We BST*
Mrs. Morgan Heath of Fort < ;Efficiently and bring in the best possible picture from say lots of company from far and near, tai
Lauderdale arrived Wednesday to r a f jv1 \ young i iirection. What you need is the TV marvel that causes your they all say we get more stations and
: antenna to Circle and Detect lib Radar-the CDR ROTOR.
stay with her mother, Mrs. Sapp. fashions have a better picture than they do. TM
Mrs. Sam Zack and daughter, dI! \ (IAn as CNE-TWO-mEEl Here's all you do to pull in clearer ala KOTOR can not be beat.Mr .*
: Xt sharper,stronger pictures: *.C.l.HcCciiM. .ReaauI"
Julie, and Mrs. Fred Pellum were .
visiting relatives in Orlando over 11 Turn toiufr Skyiweep Direction Selector on CDR't leawtifut "STATIONS HEVEIDREAMEB OF CETT1M come
the weekend. \ littlt Control Cabinet in clean and clear.We never received real
pleasure out of TV till w e tot the stet
Mrs. Merrill Edwards and chil-
dren visited Jerome Edwards at '':. Rotor at tn. 6", of your roe/-antexita tarns it in. a com"* CDR RtrrOV .Cvrttl emu gi KtM,A
i I FSU in Tallahassee over the I fide circle tilt yox see tit pitture clearer fA411 nr i,/er.. soiiaoHB IT Ills/ ttiitiniti'tie*
1 I feminine though my antenna is a very good one I
.weekend. Fabulously ja. Lift roar finger from {*. Stlettor and your antenna atomaticatty couldn't get a true harp image. Since
Robert Cason was a weekend fresh [ lock in petition.feinpfe .
fashionably Installing a COt ROTOR, my pictures Irebehard
guest of Mrs. Del Colley and Mrs. I
Daisy Ferryman while enroute /1 A ditty of a decoder on a trtmry isnt RT So why settle for half-way TV? Poll In all like clearer ft brand sharper,steadier.My set
new em, the
even though
from New York to Ruston, La. t/ tucked,superbly fitted bodice and a (Che channels ROTOR year set is equipped to receive-with a thrift'DR nearestTVsUlion is ever 4$miles a"7.-

Mrs. L. A. Davit Mrs. Mattie gracefully billowing skirt-lhaf -Mel' .A.Hou.Fiat Hie*.
Gahagan Mrs. O. L Haynes Sr., all you need to be the belle

I :Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. E. K. of summer.Creo, -rsshtatt drip-dry

..- t Perry man and Mrs. TJ. G. Powell \. cotton in pink.lilac blue, NOW/ Sfart getting
attended the District Two meeting ROTO
) ) mist green-as seen'in Seventeen. perfecTV pictures
i of the U. D. C. at the South- L Sizes S.l3. CDR
THEATRE side Methodist Church In Jack- with a r 1 rJIACUS
sonville last Thursday.Mr. AND L.iUICTI.. Uri[ LaJiOil

STARKEWELCOMES and Mrs. Kenneth Noegel
nave moved to Gainesville.

WANTED: : donations of Pies BOBBINS'"The '
Cakes and Homemade Candy. PirUf ii Perfect TV ttuftia e

Please Saturday bring morning to BUS for Cafeteria sale by Store of Values" SHEPHERD RADIO & TV vvr


and Mrs. H. G. Bollinger
See Our Weekend Of EntertainmentFRIDAY and daughters will spend Fridayto
Monday in Dcphos Ohio where -
MARCH 13 11 :30 P.M.: They will attend the Golden Wedding -

anniversary of Dr. Bolling-
, .
t-r's parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. E.
Bollinger on Mar. 15. -
Mrs. George Flynn. Sr. of LIERTYand

> s i t'x Starke and Mrs. Reginald Mc-
Ateer of Tampa spent Monday at
1SUnve St. Augustine.
S-Sgt. Jerry Lawson who has

been on a missile training mission

e In parents New, Mr.Mexico and was Mrs.visiting Ewell Law-his Total 1958 Insurance inert*!*in Insurant in Force e in Pun e $1,490,646,927 Sljl, ?8,966 S E C U R I y

I len route over to the the Orlando weekend AFB.while en- Total Resources $262,198,995 .

e J928 Increase in Resources $26,616,978
Mr .and Mrs. Robert Thompson

ct Vintcn, Ia. were overnight visitors -
of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews
end Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. FINANCIAL STATEMENT

Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald I. AS OF DECEMBER. 31. 19 8.
0 e Along Kith liberty the responsibility of
Andrews of Anaheim Calif. will goes pro
RICHARD DERR be glad to know that they have RESOURCESiding security for ones own family. Most people seek

MARK DANIELSSATURDAY roved back to Starke and have t. this security through! life insurance tfaturally they try
A AtPI 3i c PDSFNtAT C Guar purchased the Fred Haislop house.
,- They moved into their new home U. S. Government Bonds.... ............_ 30.839.806.35 to choose a company iiLfthkh they can have: absolute
confidence. Perhaps this is one of the reasons why more
MARCH 14 Monday. Total l U.S. Direct and Guaranteed Oblnaiiom..5166336,742.61

Box Office Opens 10:30 A.M. Show Begins 11:00 Mrs. Robert Benner and son, Other Real Estate Mortgages........... .... 21,809,579.17Public and more people each year buy their life insurance.

BIG; DOUBLE FEATURE David, and infant daughter. Utility Bonds. .... .. ... ........... 17,792,171.04 I from Liberty National
Dawn have arrived from Macon, State, Province and Municipal Bonds......... 11,088,277.91Other

.' Oa. to join Mr. Benner, Starke's Bonds........................... 29,104.633.03

f Jir3'i ai"1'jl./II/ 1 pew city recreation director. They Policy Loans.. .. ...... .................. 6,818,536.65 W. D. THOMAS
g residing in the Bollinger houseon
ate 1 Company Occupied Real Estate............. 1.984,488.92
: $ 1 t RRAY Miss Highway Elizabeth 100 near Silver Easter Lake.of I .I v ly Investment Real- Estate ....... ............. 1,875,971.12 261 S. Orange St. Ph. WO 4-6281

t r2 )f. PA tETrf s f Starke a student at the University r Cash ..."..:'"........................ 2,151,014.45 Stark, Fla.

d:;$ tt\.\ .... GODDARD SEGO toR of Florida, has reached the Stocks ............................t.... JU32.351.04( .
"I t t t tD7ii finals: in the Military Ball Queen 1 Other Resources.......................... 1.905.229.26
.1' : contest. She was selected one of ltI Total Resources.................$ %,)98.995.20 E. C. SMITH ,
ten finalists from a field of 30 entries -

I APr i t In judging held"on March 4. ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES 511 N. Water St. Ph. WO 4-4784
L / / Five will be selected later this
; .. week from this number to serve '. I Reserves to Guarantee ObligJtions' Starke, Fla.
.DAlRI' .F. &5 the Queen and her court at to Policyowners .............. .. . .$229,491,933.72

.=: -' t the annual Military Ball Review L Capital andSorplus;: .................... ... 26.847.627J01

Parade on March 21. '/ Total Held fcc Protectioa of Pot'C.0V01lCrs.$2.S6,339,560.73 JOE JORDONSecurities
Cartoon "Thrill Of Fair"We 4
Also Mrs. Anita Wells of Beuna Valuation Reserve .............. .. 1,210,747.29

also have for this occasion A LATE SHOW Vista parents.Ga.Mr.has and been Mrs.visiting Frank Laf-her 1 Taxes and }Iiscenaneous LUtnlities......... 4648687.18 Lake Butler, Fla. '.

fan while Mrs. : Total _....._.._,....,_......i...$262.198. 95.20
of Long Bridge _: ..
11:30 P.M. Regular %...
La f fan was in the Lake Butler ;: : %.._.::___:
hospital .$or surgery.


Starring Jane :Mansfield\ Tom Ewell, Edmond O'Brien weekend Mrs. George guests Kauffmann of relatives underwent here-, I #"""1.. ..

A HIGHLY ENTERTAINING MOVIE surgery..In Bradford.County: I II I ,

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Goldwire Opens"Servicenter" I '59 BBS Cagers I I For Cattle Brucellosis Quarantine FFA Brothers Teen Time Set I Long Reminds Easter Planned Services ByMinisters Church.until 12:30 The in Sunrise the first Service Methodist will

Take be held in the Bradford High
In Slade BuildingThe I Starts MondayThe Top HonorsFor HomesteadersOf Group oihool stadium.
Set Records For March 21 Rev. Donald Kokomoor pastor

Goldwire Servicenter opened i Brucellosis quarantine recently SwineTwo April DateTax The Ministerial Alliance met of the First Methodist Church,

for business Monday in the same approved by Bradford Tuesday; morning to make plans
f "vas elected to fill the office of
ftore with Slade Gas Co., at 332 ':, In Scoring ranchers will go into effect next brothers at BHS walkedoff ."Teen Time" suggested by Miss Assessor Gene Long reminds for pre-Easter services .nd the

W. Madison St. Monday I March 16.1 with grand champion and reserve Lynda Chapman was picked as all eligible persons who I annual Sunrise Service on Easter treasurer. left vacant when Rev.

Gilbert Goldwire, owner of the I i I Beginning with this date the I' champion honors in the. the winning title in a contest to have not claimed their home I morning. J. E. Sherwood, pastor of the

new business, moved to Starke The varsity boys basketball Florida Livestock Board will senda wine division of the FFA Stock name the new Saturday night stead exemption for this year! The usual Holy Week services First Christian Church, resigned

with his family four years ago : tram, the pirls and the B team team of veterinarians to begin Show and Sale in Ganesville last recreation for students that April 1. is the deadline for 1 a ill be held Monday through Fritc accept a pastorate at Wescon-

and is a Rctarian and a member j i: finished out the 1958-59 season I vaccinating and testing all cat- I week in Grades 8-12 program to be held in the making this claim.A day.: March 23-27 from 12 noon rlett.I .

of the First Methodist Church. I I[ with better than average records. tie, both meat and dairy types, in I II Allen Crews took the top spot USO list of previous filers who I
starting March 21. Miss
His son, Ray Goldire, who will I I II 'lh(' varsity boys posted a 15-8 the county. I I with his Yorkshire barrow. He i Chapman will be presented with have not made their current Sell It Rent It Trade'

be associated in the business, is i| it("Old, the B team a 7-5 and the :i County Agent George Huggins .Ieceived a trcphy, rosette. and I a paid membership in the program claim can be found on page 6

a graduate of the University of :, girls; turned in a good 8-7 after ;i said almost 85 per cent of the 1 i J10 prize money. and sold his I as a reward for submittingthe of the Telegraph this week. PerSons -

Florida and worked with the Keystone (going winless last eason. i livestock owners in the county 190 pound animal for 18!<2 centsa winning who have never claimed before -
State Bank until he made The boys closed out their scriectile -j rigned the petition requesting the pound. FFA teacher Paul Hut- might be wise to check qualifications -
I It was pointed out that although I
this change.Ed I last Thursday night when quarantine. These owned almostall chings said this price was above I for the homestead exemption -
7th graders will not be Included -
Bennett the service manager i I they lost to Palatka 63-62 in the cf th* animals in the county, current market price. if they are now eligible. I WORDS OR LESS 08. ""f'rtl.. UII.I... Ctare) -- __ JnI
and television technician at Charles Crews sold his 220 in the Teen Time program, I EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OtER 39 __ 4e Per War
,: Group III tournament held in according to Huggins.The I Long warned that persons not ------- -
Servicenter attended the UniVersity .' Ttrnandma Beach. DuPont of pound reserve champ, also Yorkshire since most of them are in the filing would be subject to more I :os DISCOrXT! ON REPEtT INSERTIONS! SAME AD
Florida Livestock Board is..|
I : 12-year-old bracket will be BLIND AD ADS
o? Florida is a graduate ]'Jacksonville is representing this i-onducting a county by county'i for 18 cents a pound. included in other activities under tnan $200 in extra taxes. ,

of Ccyne Electrical School. Chi- Group in the State Tourney being drive to stamp out Brucellosis Four Bradford boys shewed and I the city's new recreation CLASSIFIED! DISPLAY ______ '1'= Per lack First JaIf'rt1.a

cago. 111. and has had four years] played in Gainesville this week-
years of practical experience servicing j end. The game was close throughout ) in the state. Bradford is show. Billy Dampier was the, I II gram. 1 .
) .. .
Entrance to Teen For Mrs. --- aM
Time will be Mosley
all makes of televisions I: and the most exciting of all tfe! 26th ccunty to enter into the i mly one to win honors as he I OVER M WORDS __uu___... 4 ('.... P,r Ward
radios, and car radios. i fames played in the tournament.. riogram so far. placed tenth in the heavyweight by membership card only and Sunday Afternoon -

Mr. Goldwire said the new firm A i mand Rivers was top scorer of I; (i'vision. He sold his 980 pound the cards will go on sale early bIwMflIIA n.. .......'...... .Afl. .._ RF.IIOI.1TT10'1I nu'! ; _. ____ 4_ ,_.... ._.._. .. ._._ wa n_.._
t A few cases of the disease have I II next week. The fee is 75 cents for
would handle Motorola TV. radio I Angus to Publix Market for 44 i
the game petting 13 field goals: btrn found in all the previous I Mrs. Laura Haislop Mosley. 86, WANTED Experienced 1\-aitJ'f'' NOW The ultimate In prestige. 500
ear radio. Hi-Fi sterio. Fedder'sAir and 8 free throws for a big 34 cents a pound. the period from now until Sept. i vife cf the late John W. Mosley. (I I Apply B &: (I Restaurant Phone WO ENGRAVED business cards, $1>. 5
Quarantine areas. said Huggins.He 1. 4-l411.! Itchy (price Include pUU). J'.vrr before
Conditioners. Easy washing I livers also made the George Kopelousos. owner of died
points. commended Bradford farmers ', Fliday, March 6, :at her home engraving at this low price.
machines Coleman gas appliances. Gioup III tournament team and Starke's Garden Restaurant. Officers for the new- program on Railroad Avenue after an extended TYPEWRITER AND Bradford County Telegraph tf
ranchers for their
water heaters ranges. central selected by the Florida Times- in the participation bought the 850 pound animal which is being planned and will Illness 'I ADDING MACHINE

heating and anything in the gas Union. program. : hown by Leaton Mathews. Purchase be managed by the students will Mrs. Mosley was born in BARGAINS FREE-Double cylinder hook up

appliance field. I Ccach Hobbs loses four of his.: The text of the LivestockBoard's l. was 38 cents a pound be elected at the second meetingon Princeton Ky. on Jan. 30, 1873 for cost of gas ONLY Slade Gas Co.

f.ve starters but will have back': resolution detailing the Winn-Dixie Stores and Setzer March 28.Elsewhere and came to Starke as a girl with RESHNGTON: TRAVELRITER tfchg.T4X .
reulaticns of the quarantine .......ed LI..f'iew) )
was IrOIF
(Rep :
next year such stalwarts as Dick- carried in the Stores bought the animals shown on the recreation her parents the late William F. Re&. .::.-13 !SelltaK far 7SMITHCORONA ..... :
ie Dixon. Jimmy Cox. Woody 1 Telegraph's Felj.2G ;Jiy Dcyce and Jerome Griffis for front. Director Bob Benner is and Mary Ann Snipes Haislop.and PHONK W04-IIM an W. Pratt !St.

W. C. T.
Elder and Mike Reddish plus a !%1P<'Uvely. survey" among the students Starke for 76 years. PORTABLE I:. E. Hatefataoa

THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC IS CIV :Iiust of promising material from !I j'icstrictions I a summary Is of its regulations below and I Bradford FFA teachers Paul grades 4 through 12. and among Surviving are two daughters. fleg. 513. 3 1. 01_..' ....g. 1-'

ILIZATION'S GREAT ENEMY.TO the B squad. The four graduating I'I'f'niors given : Hutching and Curtis Marlow expressed adults in the various civic clubs :Mrs. Clyde Johnson of Rome. Ga.. !II.le.-c...... ai .IlI.I& CITRfS. bearing tit**, contalnirgrowL

SHARE IN FREEING HIT- ; will be sorely missed for I 1_ All! cattle within the countyare their appreciation to the and other organizations. Persons and Mrs. Mary UL Phillips High Machine. (.(flee 4..t.) I Also Plum. Garner Apple.
B,&. ': &hflllBK fur 82-14;
MANITY FROM THAT Cl'RSE Hivers. Hobbs, Tatum and Futch; subject to the brucellosis test Bradford Soil Conservation District receiving the survey forms are Springs; one son. J. A. Mosley, irapevinea Pear Hood and P.'aJ.fwln, Fig.

IS SURELY: A PRIVlLrE.: j .i'l! played Junior High, B squad and owners are required to present the Farm Bureau and asked to check the activities in Jacksonville; two sisters Mrs. BRADFORD COUNTY Shade. Perrimmona Trees Camellias, etc Evergreens over-

and! varsity ball. I their animals for inspection Brownlee and Chasteen Feed and which they are most interested.This Sallie Tison Starke. and Mrs. N. TELEGRAPHKEROSENE 46. varieties. Aisisus, fine plants,

(TAKEN FROM TilE BIBLE This ear's cage team set a lot 1 upon receipt of notice from the Seed Co., all of whom put up partof information will be used as N. Norton Southgate. Calif.; and full plants of for bud quality.and bloom.We are See located our

FRIEND.) cf records for the school that will FLB. the show's prize money. and a basis for planning a program 14 grandchildren. I' mil,.. cast of Keystone heIght

be difficult for future teams to :t 2. Herds found to be Infected the Gainesville Chamber of Com for all ages. Benner said. Funeral serylces were held at -0.on lIiwa C. Career 10*. Tbousandi of plants.

creak. or even match. First it was |:, will be individually quarantined merce. which held a banquet for The director also announcedthat :::30 p. m. Sunday in the Churchof SMOKELESS: ODORLESS 4.49 Horahome.url'fOry.Fla Phone MU tf

t the highest scoring team in his- [''until they have passed at least FFA boys, buyers, instructors and another Softball League God with Rev. L. S. Williams 15.9 Per Gal

tory. averaging 70 points per two or more consecutive blood donors who attended the show. meeting will be held tonight officiating. Burial was in Kingsley NO MONET DOWN Zenith

WHY PAY RENT? rome in a 23-game schedule. Sec-'1 tests net more than 30 days a- I Thursday. Lake Cemetery under the direct- AT YOUR IMPERIAL WashIng H\"' R' Machines! now at tf'chg DAHOfSE .

:'rudly. it set a new scoring record part. Two-Wheel Trailer ion of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral -

for a single game at 90 points. 3. No female cattle or breeding Gets NOTICEI Home. SERVICE STATION i Mtuated J2 FOR s :N. Myrtle SALK-Corner St In Pine.lot.
WILL BUILD HOME ThirdlY. Armand Rivers averaged j| bulls over six months old shall Tag Active pallbearers were H. A. Hiway 301 North Starke ha>en Subdivision. Contact lira. W

18 points per game. and totaled J[ be moved into or- within the By MistakeE. will not be responsible for any Lawson Ewell Lawson. C. G. Ins.s:. Henderson at Doyle E Conner
ON YOUR LOT Agency WO 4-4501 WO ,
416 points for the season. The I i quarantine area with these ex- debts made by anyone other than Priest Chas. Wade. J. T. Kirkland 1041 or:r..tt :r-u-

i team as a whole scored 1,598 i ii )iceptions: [al slaughter animals P. Lott. of Hampton didn't myself.-Harold Hoencike. 4tp4-2 and J. E. demons.
.. No Down Payment For cabinets, bookcases
j I i points compared with 972 points I Ibl: ] cattle destined for other realize it, but he was carrying FISH SHRIMP made to order. See G. U boats Farber.etc

i|: for last year's team in an 18- areas. so long as they are not unloaded a "gold-plated" license tag aroundon HOMESTEADERS THAT HAVE NOT SIGNED FOR 1959 I
Contact RAY FORTH .1 I game slate. Last year's team i, in the quarantine area Icl] his little two-wheeled trailer Below is the list of Homesteaders who have not filed a renewal application OYSTERS I fhnn WO 4-S1S4 atp 4.11

averaged 54 points per game. j| cattle tested and found negative for a few days. lark Apartment For Rent-S bedrooms .
for 1959. If : Fish Dressed I If Desired
PHONE 4123 your: name appears on this list you will not be | I furnished
Rivers started his point-break- within days prior to movement He bought his tag during one I cottage. Electric
Fla. eligible for the exemption unless bring Prevatt Fish kitchen and enc-Ioned porches. Cou-
you your application to Gene Market
Keystone Heights i.ie: spree at the end of January Idl cattle under 30 months old oJ the rush days at the Bradford I I Pie Pessent Rd. 1 1mn
and continued to be top scorer wliich "were officially calf vaccinated Tax Collector's office tucked the Long, Tax Assessor on or before April 1st, 1959. Those applying for '! 617 E. Brownlee St. M-ldg. Ro, 440. (cross fthg

r.lld a tough man for the opposi- identified and reported r lei] S250 piece of tin under his arm the 1st time must come to the office in person. 'I ISo Ph. WO 91091JBBBBBJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBOMi' HELP \\"-' TED. WILE

OPPORTUNITYFor tion through the rest of the sea- officially vaccinated calves that I and went home. : G. Hayes Green W. H. Xoogel. Jr. i j, HELP rl.'aae ITS FIND THIS TEACHER"-

are now more than 30 months old When Tax Collector J. R. Kellyand J. C. HarrellS. (War Dell Ann 1I' Rae Parker teacher pass this a4 on U aome man
I WE HAVE a new loan program for or principal who In ambit
Ambitious Men son.Jim Hobbs was the leading! if they are from otherwise clean his office staff began totalingup M.Banks Johns James fo:. FranklinC T. S. Edwards I IRill farmers. Lnaas ot 1 to 5 yeart, "u* to earn at least $1,000 this umoier -

\ team scorer until missing the last herds. tag sales at the end of February Johni I). Crews Elmer A. Crum R. Shell Fred Corner D. Edwar4. i for the entire credit requirements This vacation position; wUl
Ages 17 to 50 from I Guy Jones II of the farmer and hia family -, par the right teacher n. 09 to $1.
thiee regular games before the I.l Huggins said Livestock owners; they found registration M L. John Jr. Rosa Lee Thomas Arthur Williams .Gainesville Production Credit i iAssociation. 3'd depending Oft ability and lengthof

NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA \I tournament and Rivers took over '!.who want to begin testing before slips showing that two 45V-101 Jessie Ernest Mathis Mabry Tom(Seorge Marks Griffin Victoria Florence' }Clark Mack Est. I CO liortb KaJa.Gainesville. vacation. He mast base good
AREA in Industrial the burden of getting points for |\the state team arrives! can do so tags had been Issued-a neat Annie Schofield :Milton D. Carter Columbus Brooks I Fla. tfchIRADIOS 1 jr-cord character good Also workhabib.ao excellent

I'' Hradford averaging arcund 32 by contacting Starke veterinarian trick since only one such tag P.. U. 'Green. Jr. Queen Either Green Eugene Ferguson I KJEPAJKKDAQ permanent 3 figure opportanitr management for
Electronics and Guided W. r StalnakerR. Emma Parfcer. Est.Rebaner Bertha I
MissileNo ,,I IP the last five games. Dr. R. S. Mullins. The state will was in existence.A ('. Hicks Crk Rich.rd Green Sanders UaMBAbU Make Chart-*"*An_.gaaraats... .. I.| position.ing age. education.Write Is confidence phone number, gtv-

Besides making the Group III pay all testing and vaccination hurried check showed tag Ruth ItulAdam"* J_ Morris Est. Sarah Griffin : SHEPHERD'S RADIO TV subjects taugnt; and extracurricular
need- I Icurnament Rivers along fees. 45CV-101 was missing. This tag A. Z. Padgett *'. E. lAacb Dan Johnson !j lamaa Greta Ow.ere a.-uvUies to R. R. Page. JIr thiS
team ,
experience I
previous John B. Gnffis. Est. R. I. Ellington ..
David II. Montgomery J:: w. Call it. Ph. WO4-4. Mare st.. J., 1. 'l'M4a. UrhJr J-U
ed. Must be walling to spendone with Hobbs, made the Gainesville I is for trucks in the twoandahalf J. S. Griffis Walter Peart* Lcou..nia Smith Starke. .....

hour a day.four days a I Sun's Keystone Conference tournament Mara Ann Payne ton and up class and is worth N. I>. Gnffis John... llarnwnMrs Lennua James B. WtII t' 1 i 1. HELP \\TBD.. FF.MILK
Jas Rosier J > P F. Goulsbv ,'GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding laitaUotis ; ARE TOT THE TEACHER
week, on short, practical industrial team and both made the $55. Kelly wasn't too concerned, !. Mamie Lee Clark Will IVnnettHerbert Elmer U. John.* I Iu. with double envelopes 190 1''IAloKlsn FOR -AmbittOTis WERE teacher
Rates SuperiorIn L. SappRudolph i:. T \Urshall J. ('. Smith for t2193.: Bradford Courr Tel ." utda
training using Keystone Conference team selected however realizing the tag must .I !:( l'OuDll'lor may qualify
I A. Sapp \If.n""<> J..nkin" SumpUr E. craoh tf .
Oeiger h .
r this
equipment under the guidanceof by the coaches. Vocal Audition 1 1I have been issued mistakenly to Drew Reddish VV VMinnie. Jlf'nd..rt Ruth Laundry Lee 1. kram You profts can u earn>na? adviimry$1.COO to pro-$1,.

our engineers. Arrangements ( Mr Lott or E. E. Edwards in Jim Yarbrough Smith Morgan Harper FOR RENT-Furnished first floor :i ee thi summer N> formal teaching -
I.. E Yarl r uigh Irene Williams GlisHonHarvev apartments. Close in desirable lo-1 I
will be made for those acceptedso NEW TIRE BUY Miss Mara Ann Payne, Brad- !Jacksonville.Sgt. I.. I. Norman William E FUkes Edgar M WillumsMrs. ration. All conveniences. w. H. i i rewarded intoUrd.Writ.but skills utilized and
that training will not inter- ford High School senior headed Carlos Musgrove. of the Robert (I. Paterwn }'. \\'. Graudon Louise!! Pariurntrr Nollman. !!S w. Madson St. tfchg : Kiting are. qualifications confidence phone,

fere with present employment. irtfontI the superior list for the third timeIP Florida Highway Patrol carriedMr. R. I.. Clf'monsIbut W William Smith Floyd Stewart 'number to R R. Page, lgr. 1141
P. U Reddish Charle K. Herman Lre LAKE CENEVATRAILER : : .Mary St J..\ 7 Fla itrhg j-H
Positions for which this training the Florida Federation of Music i t Lott another tag and picked J. II. McCarthy Mrt\m A. SummerlinJo Zane KrooksJoe !!

will qualify you cunentlypay CHAMPION Clubs Suwannee District Junior I)i up the incorrect one. It looked J. '\ nard Alvarez .- ('. RicksEffle GriffH PARK !|I FOR SALE Uood Rermuda and
I Jrrnard Emftnuel<< Mae Jordan William Lane I:ahla ira!>s! Hay. V R.
from $90 to $140 per week. Festival in Gainesville last Satur I aj good as new after the Brad- M. 1.. Conner Mrs. L. M. .('lark LvdU Lane Large Lots High Dry and r.a,. "tey Ferguson 4tt 3.j

If you have a sincere desire to Blackwall day. She took first place among ford County mud was wiped off. 1:. 1). Reddishgnes Import DicamlioII. J. M Edward*. Jr. Beautiful [I-
better yourself with a steady 95* .\ Thomas .0\. Pa yen Jnr Frasier FOR t :SALE at Klngsley Lake, ap-
12 tr.e three vocal soloists com Fra.'ier i K.-lley. lIt. J. T. Pollard Rroadwav' & Gaines $15 MONTH FREE LAUNURY I rmximately lots. beautiful lake
Job and income we will be peting. Social Security .\. C'. Ellis Xell 1.. Andrews Geortce F. Guethlien front to srttle estate Write Ad-
D. Smith D. P. McRae Large CleanVu UOOIWIDRI'E.IX i"Iniatratt.r. P O .
glad to discuss these opportun- Miss Payne also larold N W. Retta. SusnMansell Hoi 71 Stark.
Whitewall '. was superior Date Set HereA W. J. RoliersonX Harold Jo:Pt'I |I I lorida itrhg I-|>
ities with you. No obligation! for ,. and excellent in an audi- W. Rhetta &: Su'ieMansell \Y. ('. I'ow.11 Michael RarrrClem RESTAURANT 'I

strictly confidential interview 15 95 tion conducted Tuesday March Edgar Wilkerson, A. (Griffl 13 Mi. SE of Starke on SR 100 FDR N.Ltn established going
with our bonded man. representative of the Gaines U. 1>. Pjal II. H. Houston Va!ro For",yth 1 (part time business in and around
personnel I %- 3, under the supervision of Dr. ville Social Security office will ben W H. Hall A. R. Johnson Roy Griffis I'hone Keystone Iltv 4320 I Keystone Ideal work for student
Plttum write UNITED ELECTRONICS i..Eeecher of the University of James! U. McCormick Rlanch It. Eilwarda l Jam." M Poucl.eG..org. I' or retired teacher Present ownerOrrage
: *
6.7O-15 Tubed Tyr Starke at the court room of the .
LABORATORIES; 1 Rivers Robert G Green R. \. Rrannen KOKl.K!' Phone J70S for particulars.
....,. : Florida music department, and courthouse at 9:30: a.m. on Thurs X. II. Starling Kenneth M StnithJ Jensle Alexander Jt'h ,.U
Box 823-E c,II Bradford (Court : Ex1 PIlls T2' The remaining lot of $1.00 acrvrn i _ _
I .
two other critics. The R. Rullington Paul MenK
i rating she Mfeck GriffisArvis ;
day. March 26, for the purpose of doors M-lling for SOe Also rrductdprirrs
Sturke Fla. Kirkland Carl Hitch DanM P. Ix FOIl RENT-S room unfurnished
ty Telegraph giIng \- receives entitles her C. per
to enter large alas windows used
on ,
DODD'SFirestone conducting social security business. X. I. Starling Mr!'. ('. F Hooter Henry II HinwnZeaner I house t bedrooms. Apply R KI
age tnMresH, working liourMat another festival to be held soont Persons who desire to make \v. M. Reddish Rubv Thompson Jone l-ath tub*. romodrs. Uvatori. tab- I pemorenf T U Pick riant ?K-hr '-I!
prrscnt; also phone numbt-i Store : ? the University of South Caro- ap- I. 15. Thompson Jo:. P. TlnlevMvrtie Mule Sullivan Irs, rhalrft. outxide benches all
if be reah lication for social security P. B. Johns MrKlnneyPrank WII :r William 'Uu..an by phonr
) lina. r.-.in for other materiaL FtIR: S-U.E-1i ft. float J9
I- I 328 S. Walnut St.. Starke," retirement or survivors benefits W H. Green ie Haien W. II MaxwellOvelta H P
T. I. Norman \\ J. Slu.Nllll Perry Come in and look around wheth- t lertric Startlmd Motor.. Trailer.
> secure social security account Arlie J. D bb" Aneda Webb Hobby Joe Hall Iyou need anything or not. No I onipletr rig. ready for the water
l'umbers. or get any other social Edwin Starling H. K. TvusMr riyde Hall obligation. W. T. Jarkimn tn rear *4>" cash. Need the money this
security information are invited to James Wainwright J. P. Roberts E. E. Trient of Big Dad Factory phone WO week. Theo Taylor Baldwin.! FUFLXPERIEXCKD .
Albert PappenfieldThomas Corlne Butler Mrs J.P. Dickinson 4-4001( and ak for Mr (Iharne I f'O 'I-H'! Itrt..
see the representative at the tune (t. Swann Ella Ms! TuC'k rvnllam II. nan Jr. f'h g
I_ -I of his viait. P. B. Thomas :Mary )N. BennettObie William II. Hall i : WAITRESS Want"o .
W. P. Kemp I>e!!ue W. A. Swindell Apply Kl Rancho Restaurant
: Earl Prevail Rosa!" I ee Ghent Geneva HerseyJ WILL RELI. AT !OtCRIKiriPHHK I. Hp
\ B. Devlne Rosa: Mggette; FMAnnie J. V. Johnson. Sr.Marie AT 0\ 'K
.. Denefield' rol man. Es.?. J Durand FOR R'LI'b..droom frame hou,, .
Ed Mack (,ol m.n. Jr. Robert F. Ghamea Real Me Heme I. ......'_Turner lKnh partly enclosed and sun room.
Joy.'alk..r L. CrewsFlorence A. R. Randolph I.. Ethel Re* e* l... .H'.. C'f''''. ......,-.....4. 3 til- yard fenced. I>rad F. Reddish,
Wllliama M. E. Roberta Ro..rtY.. Drake bed room.. l% hath, I.,.. llama i 1.:1 N. Cherry M Phone WO 4.0751tchg
Kellcy Alfred Barnes! Nellie Lewis T9m. dlalBK 1'.... ..Ie,....... !Kerlr % S.1t
-I Pearce Ida I/re MoldenJessie Harold Por"eLomle \ + porrh al rear and ll I.E l ....
Arthur Mo'eIey GnIon W A. Wallace. Sr. |.:ar porch IB rr..... Will sacrIfice HALJ.T TISOV PROPERTY FOR
Gulf Life Earlier Damon Dell Carmellta D. Float a. ..Iy *.OOO.OO ( ash .r term enahe J SALE or trade for property la or
j. W Tampa see C. A.
near WUl lams.XVIIIISm .
ShaughneY arranaed at a ftllghllr higherFlicare.
BrownCarrie U 7. Raker John MDonald .
ADAPT.APLAN Marshall dllie Mse Cummlng* C. Jon* TfcU IK the nt..t J.. ran Jewelry Up 45SAI.E
A. Jones Pillie: Williams Frano-s A. Hurst bay fr ,_.r ...,, ....,. The
Douglas L.\hY-Wantl"d. Must be
John &: Pauline :Mr*. Mike MaruccaTienna Henry V McCreaConstance hJlJ ff'.... *".'1' Irarlatc.Tbree and willing to work. Good asIpi.rl.n..i -
W. Bam I '
IJevore 11'ann i pay, Experience only apply' at
(Itj Lota I. Off f Markenlth
Fits Cephus John1 your Richard Smith I. MsthewsGUdT Thomas Norman water, llahl. nrwaae available. -
Must ho avid vtltbla !.
HendrithEdgar Harrington (I. II. Reece I JFOR RENT Brooker I b4tclr
changingneeds Guy .. .. area. -
day Tbl K od laud well dralard -
Williams :Nat William* William C. Byrd and la Qalet ...IE.......... .%sklag (>f.m an* bath partly furnished
lAura Coy Marvin. Griffl Jo Rons $SOO Ut. If ,ou tblak this I house tn Highway 18. Hard surface -
Johnny H. Gasque K 1.. Libby Ira AndrewA. per aiakea rond. school has and mail atJ1S.
la to mneh I utile !
S. T. Starling. Jr. Carrie D Edntirds P. JohnsVlrgie .1Cc,. deer ,'t ..n" P.'f9k 271?.
Ahner Tarbrough Mrs I::. S. MatthewsRe Flynn
Fred Smlih "*ie R. Thoma! W. O. Collins WALL REALTY ron SALE-W-' International Uti
E. J. Whelan II. A. Plshop. Sr.Fr.nklin Gas lity Trl l'tor. Good Condition. Rea-
George-J. E'teEuretla < Rroward Akridge W. M. EdwardsCharlem JolJI\ablfo. Contact Harry. jf. Green.
Strong W. F.. OwenMrs E. Steel Pb... wo 4-3741 4 mIles 7S. on Highway ,eI. Phone
With Gulf Life's T. L. Ca!ey. Jr. : C. F. HooverRolli'n Virginia Moore WO ,-%ZU. Itchg
Collie Grlffls W. S. 11..llInn .". J. CarrerJame
exclusive Adapt-A-Plan Jimmy H. Johnson F.. Mundorff R Wells JIT4RKRMdera FOR SALE t acre with 4 roomhouse
k- %EW HOMK IV !
Ed. W. Durban; Jo, LeeWoodrow Josenh Ethin La Port* bath. J muse north ofStarke
you can guarantee an Edward Adkins D GriffisT eaee I. rorhranIjawrence three bed r_. ai.....ryh. rn Highway JOI. Root I,
Peach CrawfordJohn .. M. Gatlin W. Ratten' .._ the lutnt .. .-,,,. sad f.mealraee. PMT tl, Mrs H. York 'jto j-u
income for your family Crews Robert A. Swift neorre A. Palmer "ee tbeai .....,. ..II....
V R. FergusonAmett Jllm". H ChlttyW Fannie Crnmmel .., abllEalUa .. jusT part.HK'STAL FOR REXT--Two house at Thomas
"Yes my education paid for and provide for your Thompklns E. William. Perry KiteNathaniel and Route Water?, POT StL 5T-C lira. U. U' Morgan,
Nathan RauWrsonJulia H I* f:. ThomasEdward CrnmmelIextha '*" ItpFOR
retirement as well. WhitneyNathaniel F Cole Shingles
Whitney J D. Warren Patterson I afaraUhed h..... I. Starke aadlarabbed I RENT-Unfurnished 2 bedroom
It paS to start saving early for your loungsters'college Ask about it. Annie Hampton P nl H. Faulkner Clarence P. &, Win!- b.ate at kl... .., ........ of hows Colfev|I3 Rd.per and mo. Intersect
George Williams Et Al Mr*. N' R. Rosier fred Crawford i Highway 100 r
education. ;We will welcome your Enoch Strong Samuel f. Wise Txinra 1,.. Simpson A. J. THOMAS REALTOR J' J."n 1MI Water Sr. ?tn 3.1 JMINCER
Lea ton f Morgan, Jr. mrti( J. MalnneA W ld.ws* sad Dr.. 8EWIXO
bank :. Morgan Sr. James V Cf"OOby! 203 TeaipU Avr. Trt WO 4-1111 MACHINE with
savings account.X'hy not open it soon? l F.m.t Phillin .hUltyCecil attachments i yra. guarantee take
J. B. White ).fnnreSeeber up payments. Payment
11.25 wkly
ForsrthVa W J. Dndd. Jr. Ruth Dni... Adktnn UJ.t total hal
Phone GainvHle **-
Arthur (i. I"udl\n. Jr ,
GulfLife !co Underhill Mrs. R. F. PendarvitiAlhert .FR 45lI. Free. Delivery
R l>ert W. Ward
J E. Parrymore
W. GriffisDorri Brady MLeod Jnhn..nDennIs FOR %IM Up 4-!
Mary Kittle*
M. Miller PenedlctFlnner.. Jr.James Sarah Davis 'ppv.slately J% .....,... KM ft. FOR RENT: -J b4droona'partly furnished -
Mrs. Merrill Prevail H. Rltch Lfxzie Finn lake ,........f'. Plenty of abate hou.* on RaUord Road. 5 ml.
FLORIDA BankOne Otis E. Leach Curtis T.Thorn Iff A. R. Randolph Tr,..... blah aad dry. UZsm Ca>.. .,,,t. Mr. Freeman John. 227 S.
B.. F. Griffia Ella Park PIiire .,?
James A. Sullivan$ Parker
L V. Lake FOR \LK
of 28 at Starkeflorida John Diggs Lennard B. R.gI"t..r'Ir Flynn P.U8INESS CHANCE FDr
Banks in the seamstresswho
A Raymond Crews Jr. Mrs. C.. F. Hoover IZ aerea I mile .. paved State Hl*"- works from Starke home. Give
National Group COMPANYW. Howard Crew James 'McRae. T eib MnndyMrs. ...,. e....r l... Old h_.*. araderafaellitle name address, phone If toy Write
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j.. / ;'" # "' Start to welcome the fine young i mcst cordial greetings to all directors -
ti fS ptople o! the Fifth District, together i members of bands, judges, ;/
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j. Festival and Contest. I.making to.good music and happy Eeueri1

c; The standards of high school in ing in your. communities.We ., 'i ,
1i i music in Florida have risen sub-i believe you will find the r xr, tM'?,,, {+r
1t dantially in recent years.. I know' facilities offered by our school

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of hard work on the part of both I for your 1959 District Contest.I ..':J.. :, >..' '..'

teachers and pupils.In I would like to congratulatethose

r selecting Starke as the site I students who are pursuing NDREW JACKSON HIGH SCHOOL (Jacksonville)
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have paid our city the highest I Irompliment that, in addition to the pleasureyou

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..rt.rrnr.rrrrrrrrrrrrnBROOKER Island :Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wood trcet from the -- --- -- -- -
and son of Jacksonville, B. C. end wish!' to announce they will one Personals brother and three sisters. fcrms Support activities and attend jour,:' Miss Sharon Mosley. I J unable to come down and visit I II
Wood of Townsville S C. and Mr ,hold open house Palm Sunday Mr and Mrs. L. A. HaIl attend- t IRand's Mr and Mrs. Edward Knight like I'd like. Anything that you
Turner of Lake Butler were week- .Mar. 22 Mrs. Cornelius Moore invites all'[ and family of Baldwin. Mr. and I j
from 3 to 4:30: p. m. The ,he candlelight weddin of Miss I nay have that you want in the WILLIAMSJEWELRY
By Barbara Sue Davis trd guests of the W. E. BighamJr. public is invited. I High School parents to be present Mrs. J. D. Padgett and Mr. and I
Frances Dursheimer and James, paper, would appreciate it if you I
family. at the March meeting of the High I :Mrs. Ernest Padgett were Sunday
I Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis ands Edward Piercon. USN last Friday I School PTA to be would please to Miss Bonnie
held in
taaaaaaa&EA.aaaaaaaaaaaePersonals the :afternoon give
Bill Hinton of guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Olsmar i
visited "n of Gainesville were Saturday evening. March 6 at the First I
his daughter, Cherme and the night dinner guests of Mr. and Presbyterian Church in Feman- |Library at 8 p. m. Please come 'Harry Padgett and family Padgett and she will give it to me. i

Mr. and Mrs. James Atkinson Earl Green family over the week- i 1\lrs. N. G. Davis. dina Beach. Miss Dursheimer wasa and hear our interesting program. Miss Joyce Holiman of Will try and do better next week. I WATCHES DIAMONDS ,
I'i Watch this column next week : Middle-I
and friends of South Carolinawere end.Mr. I Mrs. Bishop Thomas and chil- resident of Starke.Mr. burg was a weekend guest REPAIRS
for .
a report by1l'S. E. L. Cox
Thursday and Friday guestsof I and Mrs. Donald Hamilton 'dren and Bobby Thomas attend- and Mrs. Frank Brown of 1! a:1dlrs.. Ernest Padgett. I

Mr. and Mrs. Will Rcdgers and ji'nd son of New Haven, Conn. cd! church services at Pine Level .Jacksonville! !'itoo Sunday here concerning Demonstration the Club Heilbronn meeting Home that 1 Rev. Eugene McGee and his I II AH Work GuaranteedA. : J

Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Tetstone. I j were the weekend guests of Mr. !church Sunday and were luncheon with his mother. Mrs. T. F was held today. I brother Lee McGee of Jacksonville : 701005C C. "I.:':'ams I

'Ihe Atkinsons were enroute to St. ,and Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton. i! guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. H.I.ewis Brown. were visitors Sunday at the Maxi,
Augustine for a few days. 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Buster Rhan and : of Starke. Raleigh Brannen and son' Ardel The sick of our community in- i ville Church of Christ. Rev McGee 1.12V.. Call St.
1 rludes Mrs. Milton Rosier and | Starke
Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Tetstoae i children of Cross City were Sun- Kay Emerson of Bland was the visited his sister. Miss Jessie !: is the pastor of the Woodstock 666 i ,
and daughters were Sunday day luncheon guests of Mr. and :Friday night guest of Linda Sue Brannen in Bartow and his Miss Judy Morgan who are ill at Church in Jacksonville. I ;tale Formerly) Roberts Jewelry !
their homes and young Jack Carter -
uncheon guests of Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Warren Mizelle and were I Thomas. brother. Dennis Brannen in Lakeland J. D. Padgett was a supper !
of Mr. and Jack
Carl Thomas of the Bayless sec visited in the afternoon by Mr. i i Ronnie and Ilene Thomas attended last weekend. son Mrs. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pad- .
Carter, who is in the Union
end Mrs. W. B. Mizelle Sr. of ;, a birthday party given for Mrs. J. H. McAlhany. visiting grtt and family Sunday night I
tion.We Ccunty Hospital in Lake Butler
are happy to see Ramona Worthington Springs.Mr. I Linda Emerson in Bland Satur- here with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. in''j|! A nice crowd from Maxville attended -
May remember to
Harrell home after surgery in a and Mrs. Wilson Green and,day night. Horne was honored with a birth- pray the Donkey basketball

Jacksonville hospital. She is doing daughters were Sunday luncheon !; Rebecca Thomas of Jacksonvillewas day dinner Sunday at her grand- their behalf. .game I at Baldwin High School WRGR RADIO

fme. jests of her parents Mr. and the weekend guest of heri daughter's home. Mr and Mrs. Glad tc report that young i i'Monday night. The game was

Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hayes and Mrs. J. E. Hardee in Gainesville.i I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thorn- Robert Barksdale, in Starke. Charles and Mike Norman sons of. played between the Juniors and

Mrs. Edna Hayes of Gainesvillewere Church News |I as. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Norman :.II Stniors. Also last Friday and Satlurday -

Sunday guests of Mr. and The officer's wives of the! Mrs. Bethel Pinkerston and r.rrr.r.rr n.r.nrrr.... were able to return to Lawtey! night a nice crowd fromMaxville
Mrs. Guy Harrell. Brooker I daughter of Worthington Springs School this week after being sick WELCOMESTHE
Baptist church are spon- I attended the district I
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Waters and jonng a film in cartoon form on'!were Sunday afternoon guests of IIEILRRONNBy I several days.Visitors tournament.. Baldwin won and will i i
son. Richard of Gainesville and i cancer at the Community Center Mr. and Mrs. Benny Thomas Sr. in our home recently I play at Gainesville Saturday for J

Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Fowler and i Friday night at 8. All the publicis Mr. and Mrs. Bill Genovar and Mrs. were Harvey's sister and brother- I the State Tournament.
children of Starke visited the G.// urged to attend. children and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- >y JlrCnrthyAA&AA&&A&AA&&AAAA&&A& in-law. :Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Jones Friends of Patty frarnsh. TO

W. Davis family during the Open House bur Thcmas of Gainesville were : and children of Fernandina Beach II daughter of Mr and Mrs. D. J.

end.Sgt. Rev. and Mrs. James Templeand unday guests of Mrs. Groover Hcwdy. everybody and and Fort Mejers. They were sup- 'Parrish will be interested to learn DANCE AND LISTEN

Teddy Bigham Sgt. and I children are now residing in Thomas. a"ery per guests Tuesday evening of that Patty recently turned down
to and
pleasant day
Mrs. M. L. Hardee Jr of Parris the new pastorlum across the !I :Miscellaneous' !Shower' you yours. last!' week and Harvey's mother a chance to be transferred to the ATAMERICAN
invite to visit Heil- .
May we
Mrs. James Harrell of Gainesville you Mrs Leona McCarthy and his sis-
I' bronn Church this Sunday and 9th grade in order to remain with
was the honored guest at & ter. Mr and Mrs. John Stilwell
her 8th grade classmates. Patty
No Finer shower given at the Community i hear inspiring sermons by Rev. rnd children! all of Fernandina I''
Food I Otis T. Jones enjoy the congregational has always been exceptionally
Center Thursday night. I II Leach spent Sunday with I
singing led by chorister !::mart in school and we are alln'ry 1 :00 5:00 P.M.
The Center beautifully decorated -
was Mrs. R. L. Morgan returned
I Russell Bedding assisted by Mrs.R '. proud of her
At Price! with at
Any snapdragons from St. Petersburg Saturday
L. Morgan. Jimmie Lee and Ernie Griffis and daughter. SATURDAY MARCH 14TH
points of interest. after visit ,
morning an enjoyable
Bonnie. of Macclenny visited Sun-
cute little Ray Norman with the
The gift. punch and bridal book with Mr and Mrs. John Register
day with Mr. Griffis'
talented Mrs. Lamar Reddish at WITH
Cables were covered with cut-work and family. Mrs. Register and
the piano. Plus special singing by i, :Mrs Sarah Jane Griffis.
A CORDIAL WELCOME EXTENDED TO ALL cloths. daughter. Jeannie. accompaniedMrs.
Mrs Otis T. Jcnes. Mrs. Lamar i! We are sorry to learn that Mrs.
VISITORS IN STARKE THIS WEEKEND The bridal register was kept by Iteddish.: Miss Linda Gaskins and R. L. Morgan home and laterin Dan Hargroves is still ill and wish AL GARNER -- DISC JOCKEY

Mrs. Lloyd Barry. I the day they visited with relatives her speedy
Miss!' Joyce Morgan. You are a recovery.
After several games the guests wanted needed and always wel in Jasper!' where Mrs. Regis- Richard Reddish and George
enjoyed: punch nuts and cake ter will remain fcr a visit. After Wednesday
ENJOY OUR Hurst of Jacksonville visited -
come. Don't forget regular -
served by the following hostesses: spending some time with her rela-
with Mrs. Sarah Jane;
Mrs. M. D. Harrell Mrs. Z. W. meeting every Wednesday ;ives Mrs Morgan returned home. 1490WELCOME
Griffis. '
evening and choir practice on I Mighty
MINUTE STEAK $1.45 Hamilton Mrs. Warren Mizelle. Friday nights both start at 7:30: Mrs. Frank Parrish and daughter Mrs. Evelyn Griffis Miss Mm- .
Mrs. Reddish Mrs.
of Miami arrived Sunday tovisit
Hargrcves and Mrs. Fanny
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m. Come to and all serviceswhenever
Served with 2 Vegetables and Drink Chester Andrews. Mrs. Lloyd Dyle. p any have the opportunity several days with Mr. and Griffis all visited in Starke last .
Mrs. Lloyd and Mrs. Aubry you
Barry MrsRoy demons. weekend.
Hazen. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Normanof
I We regret to report that Rev. We are sorry to learn that Miss
FRIED SHRIMP Mrs. Harrell received many Jacksonville visited Sunday
$1.25 grd! Mrs. Otis T. Jones and Kate Cannon has been ill. MissMinnie I
lovely gifts.nrrr.nr.nrr.rrrrr.rrr. with Mr. Norman's parents. Mr. Hargroves and Mrs. Sarah
daughter moved to O"Bnen Mon-
French Fries Cole Slaw and Drink day of this week, where they will and Mrs. Frank Norman. Jane Griffis carried her to the

.. make their home. They have been Saturday luncheon guests of doctor in Baldwin last!' week.We.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cox were Sister all wish her a speedy recovery.
occupying one of Mr. and Mrs. R.
"HAMPTON l lRr Mary Williams and Sister La-
L. Reddish's homes. We will miss Sorry to learn that little Sarah
Many Other SpecialsNoegel's. Groan of the St Mary's Convent Jane Griffis is suffering from an
them in our community but are
Mr*. D. E. 11111laaaaaaalalaaaaaaaaaaaa hankful that Rev Jones will !stillrerve in Jacksonville. injured eye. She was hit in the DISTRICT BANDSWE

Heilbronn Church as pastor Well guess that's about all. eye by a baseball!'; last week. 1
May the Good Lord always bless Mrs. Hattie Nolan visited in,
and that he and his family will
301 RestaurantJust City Council Hears continue to work for and with. you and :you and especially you .. Baldwin Saturday with her son i. INVITE YOU

(' \'iI Defense Speaker' our church as they have in the' bye now and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Bill Haas. soil conservationistand Mrs. C. B. Nolan and sons.
past.Friends I n.yyy..y.y.y..y.... TO STAY AN EXTRA DAY
county civil defense coordi- of Mrs. R. L. Morganwill Mrs Lacey Griffis is still staying
North of City Limits on U. S. 301 nator. discussed the civil defense be interested to know that u-th her mother in Lawtey who
program with the Hampton city oie: will re-open her Beauty Shop MAXVILLE has been !seriously' ill. but seems

council at the regular meeting of Monday. March 16. Mrs. Morgan to be getting along better now.

the council at Hampton City Hall had temporarily closed her shop By Mrs. C. B. NolanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAt Miss Helen Cannon was an OUR TOWN AND COUNTY

Tuesday March 3. guest of Miss Sarah
evening. because!' of illness. overnight

The council voted to have several Hope all of you were able to i Jane Griffis last Monday.

WELCOMEFIFTH loads of dirt hauled for filling view the school exhibits in the I Mr. and Mrs. Rome Holiman I We are glad to learn that Mrs. s

and repairing streets and low Science Fair at the USO building.It I had as their Sunday afternoon Evelyn Griffis' stepmother Mrs.

spots' in town. They also approvedan was truly a remarkable pjpture guests, Mrs. Grace Sharp of Mid- Iva Bornstein. who has been in While Here You Will Find Most Hospitable
additional street light to be I cf the advancement in the uleburg. the hospital for quite some time .

DISTRICT BANDS installed on Road 225 at the east! Science field by the schools of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and is able to be at home now and and Pleasant Accomodations
end of town.Marshal to be getting along nicelY.
Bradford County. family. and Misses Shirley Hig- items at the
Cutchens reported one Speaking of our schools let's i ginbotham and Jewel North visited The school will have holidays!
traffic violation fine of $12. anda I i next Thursday and Friday. March
DIRECTORS JUDGES cion't forget the big Fourth District in Jacksonville Sunday afternoon ,
--- PARENTSWe bond of $20 forfeited for reck- High School Band Conest J;I with Mr and Mrs. Buddy 19 and 20 when the teachers attend

less driving. to be held in the Starke BHS'Bradshaw.We a meeting in Tampa. The i

Present for the meeting were Stadium at 7:30 p. m. Saturday. are glad to learn that Mrs.C. -hildren are looking forward to TEMPLE MOTEL
Major M. L. Watterson Clerk W. !March these two days. Then'later on this
would like to extend to the 14. Admission only fifty F Hisdon! is home from the
you H Maxwell Marshal Cutchens ,.cents for adults and thirtyfivecents hospital and seems to be getting month. March 27 and 30 they will

hospitality of our Modern Motel Council chairman A. C Dennison for students. Also Band along fine now. be off again for Easter holidays CLOSE TO SCHOOLS .AM RESTAURANTS

and councilmen. G. P. Wads- Parents are asking for donations Miss Bonnie Padgett spent Sun- Sorry to have such a little bit I

during your stay in Starke. You worth. D. E. Hill and D. H Crawford of pastries and cakes to be soldn i nay with Miss Linda Waters. of: news this week but due to so James O'SulIivan Owner

: much wet weather, have been I
the BHS Cafeteria during the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Padgettwere
will find the Starke Motor Court :Mrs. Adelard' Charron bps day.
rendered from glad to have as their guests .
conveniently located to restaurantsand Funeral' In Gainesville same will help on the April pay- Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs. r -, .
Funeral! services for Mrs. Imo- ment of the pretty new band uni- I/Niie Carter of Clay Hill and li- -
gene Bailey Charron 33. who died -
the schools, where band activities .
Thursday. March 5 at West Palm f While In Starke

take place. Make your home Beach were held Tuesday at St. .

with us while in Starke. Patrick's burial in Catholic Evergreen Church Cemetery.with WELCOMEFIFTH Eat At The Newest and Finest I II II iI

Gainesville.!' Mrs. Charron's hus- I

band. Adelard E. Charron USAF,

is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliva I "A PECAN THEE GROWS; IN OUR DINING ROOM
Charron of Hampton and the
STARKE MOTOR COURT brother of Mrs. Otis Forsyth. DISTRICT

Born April 27 1925 in Alachua.

Mrs. Charron was the daughter of
Jilt & .MRS. H. E. DAYTON Mrs Ruby S. Norris of Gainesville -
Survivors include her husband ( .

her mother and stepfather, .

invite you to makeBullington's 1\ \ }.J\ -'>-' :"

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We invite you to make KOCH ,

DRUG STORE your headquarters I I
while in Starke. You will enjoy I SPECIALS I

the warm hospitality and U. S. Choice Kansas City Veal Cutlets I

t friendliness of our personnel.

: Charcoal Broiled Steak Choice of Appetizer

; FOUNTAIN your stay in Starke Potatoes Salad Butter & Hot Rolls 2 Vegetables Coffee Dessert

LUNCHEONETTE It is a pleasure to have you with us in $3.00 $1.35 !I,E

\ : Starke, and we hope you will hold jour Dis- I !

SOUVENIRSFilm trict Contest here many more times in the


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t We are proud of our Bradford High School PHONOGRAPH RECORDS fJhtga 7.dEn cRE1-tau I

Rand and all of the fine Bands in the 7.antI

.s. Fifth District. We take this opportunity Popular -- Classical.. ReligiousBULLINGTON I

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of these dedicated young musicians. I II 800 N. Temple Ave. Two Blocks North of School I I

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Best Wishes From the signal honor of playing host to the 1959
to members of the Bands of the
Community State Bank Fifth "District Band Contest. We are sure Let Us Serve You While In Starke

you will find the facilities here equal to any Fifth District, their friends and instructors. Gib Brown Service StationOn
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Welcome To Slarke
Very Cordial Welcome

Fifth District And Visitors'(!: Members BAND CONTEST Participants Visitors and

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Welcomes You And Your ..:. ... Selected for the Band Contest and

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And Visitors Marching Exhibition! And Bradford County

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Superintendent.The Bradford of County Public Sat., Mar. 14 Starke Fla. Welcome To Starke

Instruction Extends A CordialJrecome Fifth District Band Members

to Participants and FOOTBALL STADIUM 7:30: P.M. And VisitorsJ

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Admission Admission & J Building Supplies, Inc.
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Have A Good Time Concerts (USO Building)
A Very Cordial I Welcome
Come To Starke! 7:30 John Gorrie Junior High CongratulationsFifth .
Visitors, And ComeBack 8:00 Oceamvay Junior High
8:30 Paxon Junior High Participants and
See The Hands! District
9:00 Kirby Smith Junior High _
9:30: Jasper Visitors
GO GULFF. 10:00 Lafayette The WasheteriaTemple
Sam Rosenberg and Son 10:30: Trenton-Hell Barksdale's
Register & Son 11:00 Bpnnell Ave. U. S. 301 Department StoreA
11:30 Callahan .
12:00 Crescent City
1:30 Sante Fe
Welcome To Starke 2:00 Baker County
Have A Good Time 2:30 Dixie County '. Compliments of Very Cordial Welcome
Fifth District Band Members 3:00 Fernandina
Visitors, And Come 3:30 Lake Weir Gem Jewelry Participants and
4:00 Paxon Senior
And Visitors. 4:30 P. K. Yonge Slarke's Leading JewelerN. Visitors

Starke Dry Cleaners & LaundryA BackBrownlee Concerts (Elementary Cafetorium) L. Woodburn Hart Furniture Company
& Chasteen 7:30 Bradford 4-5211 123 E. CaH St. I'honeSO 9.2771
8:00 En )Jewood Orchestra Starke, Fla.
8:30 Paxon Orchestra
9:00 Gainesville; Orchestra 4Have
Very Cordial Welcome Welcome To Starke 9:30 Lee Orchestra Welcome To Starke A Good Time .
10:00 Clay County Band
Participants And 10:30 Columbia Visitors, And ComeBack
l'isilors Fifth District Band Members 11:00 Ketterlinus Fifth District Band Members .
11:30 Fletcher .
E. Johns And Visitors 12:00 Palatka And Visitors
Charley Agency 1:30 Terry Parker Van H. Priest Company5c
2:00 DuPont .
General Insurance I Edward's Grocery and Market 2:30 Gainesville Hardy_Brothers.Motor. Co. To $1.00 Store., .
3:00 Landon "
3:30 Lee ,
.t:00 Jackson
.t:30 Englewood "'
;5:00: Hastings!' It's A Fact
Have A Good Time Welcome Visitors 5:30 Rihault .
Compliments of
a 6:00: Terry Parker Junior High
}Visitors, And Come 6:30 Yulee *- You Can Do Better
Compliments of 7:00 Buchnolz-Westwood Junior High H. C. Wall Insurance AgencyOF

Cate-Hendry Chevrolet Co., Inc. Western Auto Associate Store MARCHING BAND CONTEST STARKE Denmark Furniture CompanyTIIURSDA

Football Stadium Starting 7:22 PM .

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VV..nm.-rn.ymmrn day. They visited Ravine Gardens((f..un d ay.'Saturday. during the weekend.S. I cious home made cake soft ': Everitt Futch. clay I home at the State Farm. We wish

in Palatka and Mr. and Mrs.. guests of Mrs. Nancy J. and M. B. Futch of Jack- arinks and coffee to the follow- i Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee and 'I We welcome Mr and Mrs. Eddie I ner a speedy recovery.We .
LAWTEY\ Billy Torode and son in .Gainesville Keene and the Allan Harts were:sonvilleisited Mrs. Senie Prevattnd guests; Rev. Earl Moses O. J. i family were in Jacksonville on Harper to the neighborhood and had a large attendance at
in the afternoon.Mrs. .
Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Keene and ; : the Leslie Donns on Sunday. Anders Mr. and Mrs. Joe Star-I Saturday for a visit with Mrs. hope they will visit our church.Mr. Sunday School Sunday morningand
By )lln. Joyce T. I'utrh O. J. Phillips gave a din- family of Glen St. Mary and I Mr. and Mrs. Edward HerndonJsited iing. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shu- i Thetus English and son. and Mrs. Thomas OTJrian, a nice crowd at evening ser
ner on Wednesday celebrating Mr.Phillips' Ezell Wise of the State Farm. *;: the Ersley Normans Sun- [ford Mrs. Selma Eunice Mrs. and children. Bro.
Gene Gnffis.
+ : \ I[I vices. Hope we can have more
...... .....4."A AA I Mrs. 1.lrs.Vinton Parrish and Ii\
birthday anniversary. Brad Norton and daughter. i
i and Verble Anderson visited Rev. when
Mrs. D. B. Thomas and family we get our bus in service.
Mrs. Merrill Jones and familyof Those enjoying this delightful and Miss Carol Fay Bradley visit- I cay.Mr.. and Mrs. E. A. Massey had Troy Bennett and Misses Eliza- daughter. Judy of Avon Park I I'iisted and Mrs. Orville Brookins Thursday Hope everyone will feel free to
affair Mrs. W. M. Cox of beth and Geraldine Star- \ the Harold Eunice family
Floralome and Mrs. Seeb Har- were Terry and Bro. Gene. Rev. Brook- tide the bus
ed Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Whiteheadat as Thursday guests Mrs. Massey's as that is what we
ris of Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. Miami Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hill- King ley Lake Sunday. i nephews. Pepper Hogue of San I ling.Mr. en Saturday evening. ins and Bro. Brian worked on the bought it for.

Dan Starling and Mr. and Mrs. lard and daughter of Valnca. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lee and I I\Diego, Calif. and Eugene Pogueof I and Mrs. S. D. Andrews Guests of Mr. and :Mrs. O. J. ,,bus.We Those who don't have a way togo

Walter Wilkinson Wednesday. I Mrs. Susie Hess Norman of cf Jacksonville Dmsmore., family attended the wedding of Atlanta, Ga. !and children of Wildwood were I(Anders duiing the weekend were I I welcome Mr. and Mrs. Jeff to church call Bra O'Brianat
Mrs. Robert Bary of Gainesvillewas Raymond of Palatka Mrs. Lee's brother David Peterson Miss Arthurine Blanchard of Wednesday guests of Mr. and their son James of Palatka and !. Smith to our church as new mem- WO 4-5774 and we will take
Wednesday guest of Mrs. Miss Debbie Phillips ; and Miss Frances Jenningsat Jacksonville vent: the weekend Mrs. FredIoore.. Jt-nnie Lou and Peter Jenkins of'' them to church
I cers.Boatdram and back home
and S. Norman.
Selma Eunice and the Brad Nor- Mrs. J. \ith her sister Miss Enza Jacksonville. Baptist Church will
Springfield Presbyterian The V. D. Dickinson family of !after services. We hope to have
tons. Miss Jackie Harley of Jackson- Blanchaid. I I have their Homecoming Oct. 4.
Church in Jacksonville on Thursday Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs.D. the bus in service soon.
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. ville spent the weekend with her evening. Mrs. Lee cut the Mr. and Mrs. Murice Harvey G. Wilkerscn and the Leon vnmvvt.1GRIFFIS Everyone welcome to attend. Miss Patsy
Carl Prevatt were Mr. and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Har- wedding cake. and family of Macclenny spent Wilkersons. Saturday.The There will be dinner on the spent Fri-
day and Saturday
with her
Carl Peavy Mrs. Gara Dorman ley. Sunday with Mrs. F. M. Futch LOOPBy grounds and singing in the after-
Sunday guests of Mrs. A. H. entire community extends aunt. Miss Helen Hardenbrook of
Mrs. Madeline Prevatt and son and Floyd.Rev.ard. noon.
Joy Moore and Mrs. Ernest
Harley Sr. were Pfc. Dean Harley sympathy to the family of the Colley Road.Boaldrain .
Peavy of Ocoee. of the State Farm visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moses' Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brookins and
l of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. late Jesse Smith. Vrrble AndersonAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. !
Friends of Nathan Starling will Mrs. J. B. Bradley and Mr. Wil- guests during the weekend were children of Cocoa Mr. and Mrs. Baptist Church
Lonnie Harley and Mr. and Mrs. Louie Lee Wainwright of
be pleased to know that he is :lie Griffis on Monday. Rev. and Mrs. James Shillings Avon Kenneth Russ and son Dean andE. Sunday School. 10 a. m.: Morn
S. C. Harley! and son. Park attended services at the I
greatly improved since he returned Mr. ana Mrs. O. J. Phillips and 'I and son of Brunswick Ga., and I W. Hodges of Americus. Ga. ing Worship 11 a. m.; Training
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Russ and
from the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman were in Palatkaon The Gieyhound Bus Company ,Jeanie Fallow of Kingsland. 1 First Baptist Church on Sunday i I were guests of Rev and Mrs. Orville Union 6:30 p on. Evening Worship -
Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham cf Max- Monday for a visit with Mr. were hosts to the follcwin in a I Ray Reddish of Jacksonville I end was the dinner guest of his Mrs. Kenneth Russ and son Dean Brookins Sunday. 7:30: p. m.: and Prayer meet-
vine Mrs. Louie Belle Wain- and Mrs. Simeon Phillips and meeting in the Seminole Hotel in pent the weekend with his parents I rarents. Mr. and Mrs. Truby visited Rev. and Mrs. OrvilleBooktns The Sunday School mass meeting ing. Wed. night 7:15: p. m. Pastor -
Jacksonville on Tuesday. Mes- !I. Wainwri ht.Leamon last; Thursday night.S held nightIar"h Rev. Orville Brookins. Everyone -
wright, Mrs. Wiley Smith and daughter.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Red- I will be Thursday
dames Hester Hicks T. W. Swan I' Norman of Miami was t. and Mrs. Ray Brookins welcome.
family Louie Frigo and the Leon Brown Bennett and sons. :\ 19. at Kingsley Lake Baptist -
Starling family of Jacksonville I' .Jimmy and Charles, of Miami[ Mamie Rhoden Effie Miner,I I dish.Mrs.. Hester Hicks was surprised I I the weekend guest of Mr. and I \sited Sgt. Brookins' parents Church. We hope everyone

visited with him Sunday.Mr. were weekend guests of Mr. and 1 .Charles Shuford. Mitchell Brown :with a party celebrating her i Mrs. Howard Norman and his .I Rev. and Mrs. Orville Brookinslast I will go so we can win the Banner.I YOU'LL LOVE U.., new Eater
and Mrs. H. B. Hague and Mrs. Mitchell Brown and family.Mr. Donald Bennett, James Waters II i birthday anniversary on Wednesday I mother. Mrs. J. S, Norman. I= week.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Zenas Griffis and brook purse-size fountain pens la
family spent Sunday with Mr. and and Mrs. G. L. Sapp and I and Miss Enza Blanchard. ,I e\emng. Hostesses Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Padgett and and Mrs. Cecil Rowe were I Mrs. Mora Clark visited Mrs II pastel thades. Only $3.09 si Brad
Mrs. George Hague of Keystone Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp and[ Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zack or Jack- ,Arthur Pearce Mrs. O. J. Anders i Merrill Padgett of Middleburg: I uuests of Mrs. Rowes' parents Mary Brown Sunday afternoon. ford County 'hlf'crapb.
Heights.Mr. I family visited the L. S. Tanners., tonvilleisited the L. S. Tanners and M."s. Earl Moses served deli- I spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs./ \lr. and Mrs. A. W. Brown Sun-I Grandma Brown is ill at her son's

and Mrs. Leon Starling and

family of Jacksonville and Mr. -.....
and Mrs. Dan Starling spent mostof
the week in the Scrub.
Mrs. John Shuford and Dave
had as Sunday guests Mr. and

Mrs. Joe Shuford and family of .
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St.: Augustine and Mrs. M. B. ?

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day until Saturday for visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and

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Methcdist The Following WSCS held ladies their of business the- z r : : : :>f ff' { "

meeting at the church Tues- .. .. .
day afternoon Mrs. A. H. Harley .
Mrs. G. W. Roberts Mrs. RobertE. t '. ..'
Lee Mrs. P. L. Dinkms Mrs.H. '"
C. Wainwright and Mrs. H. C. : .Y
Kelly. I

The ladies of the.VMS of the ".
First Baptist Church held the ..I ,
Lottie Moon Day of Prayer at j i if. ...' .

the home of Mrs. Mary Reddishon

Tuesday. After a covered d.sh _
luncheon the following gave the
program, Mrs. E. R. Moses Mrs.
Mary Moore Mrs. Floy Bennett
Mrs. Arthur Pearce. Mrs. O. J.
Anders Mrs. Bryant Reddish and
Mrs. Jojcc Futch.
Mr. ird Mrs. Frank Wells and
daughter of Leesburg were weekend -
( guests of Mrs. Effie Miner. 0: SmWOt dAt J[/
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green and
daughter were business visitors to
Plant City on Saturday. They
topped enroute for a visit with
Mr. an'l Mrs. Frank Green in
lakeland.Mr. .
and Mrs. Fred Mcore and } i t
Uv. young children attended ser- tM
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,i+ .mlt: liHtlUlm STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1959 I

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: I On February 1, 1959, in complying I!meet at 1:30: p. m. at the home j!!,School group will be: held at 7 p.!I meet from 8 to 8-30:
, Early History Of Keystone Heights KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy I i I with_ the national goal of 01 Mrs. W. J. Giclick on Lake ]r. on onday evening Staticns'o. PTA
i having all troops "under the green Santa Fe. Circle No. 3. with Mrs. '
: the C'-oss will be held at 7:30: Next Thursday Mar 19 is the
Rosemary Daurer i(i umbrella" [Un a council Key- Henry Mickle as leader. will meet
p m. on Monday after which the time for the regular PTA month-
Reviewed By Panel At Rotary Club j !I I j stcne Heights became a part of a iat t the home of Mrs. Mickle at 1 adult instructional group will [Continued on next Pagel

I By Alary K. SchaefferI Heights. It is the goal to have I(|.Gateway Girl,Scout Council, and 'I p. m. Circle No.4. with Mrs. Sara
iviith Melrose. formed a Keystone- McDonald as leader, will meet
these ready for distribution by !i atI
am sure everyone enjoyed 1 |
The Keystone Heights Rotary I\hat the Melrose road was called I reading Rosemary Daurer's accounts May 1. : Melrose neighborhood. This neigh- home of Mrs. G. E. Wiggins at KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's.
Club, which was 11 years old i Baxter's Felly. "The loads were This Is Red Cross Month : borhood is a part of District 6.I I 1:30: p. m. The Nightengales :
cf Keystone in I
:\ Women's
March 9, celebrated its anniver-i only goat trails" Mr. Walrath the past several weeks while your Mis. Herbert Nelson, Red Cross ,consisting of Clay and Putnam I Mrs. Ray Starnes as leader will Children's Clothing & Shoes

izry Friday with a Keystone i! said. "We rode the boulevard regular correspondent was vacationing chairman wishes to remind j jsverjcne I II i Counties. The: district chairman i meet at the home of Mrs. John SPOUTS WEAR A SPECIALTY -
panel conductedby praying for rain and if we didn'tget I is Mrs. Fremont W. Tolles Ellis Lake .
Heights history I ?1. Rosemary has done a that sometime this j| who : on. Lily. Mrs. D. A.
Frank M. Walrath Jr. I! it then we took the road a- wonderful job that will be hardto month someone will come to call has long. been associa ted'ith Thompson will be co-hostess. Mrs. Keystone Heights Ladle Foster, Owner

Mr. Walrath introduced four lound the lake." live up to, and I want to thank and to collect for Red Cross. So I Girl Scouting in these two counties Charles Smith will give a book '

"old time" residents Camille ;, Another long-time resident, htr.: and certainly everyone of be ready with a generous do- |I having been a Girl Scout in review. The ladies will meet at
Stewart G. Wiggins, Frank M. i I snce 1923 is G. E. Wiggins. He our readers feels the same way. nation. I!i Crescent City, and having organ- the Educational Bldg.. at 7:30 p.

Walrath Sr. and Don Pangborn,I tells this story of his coming to If anyone in the Keystone area 'hild Is Hit By Auto ized the first Girl Scout Troop in in., and go in a body to the home ATTRACTIVE MASONRY HOUSE

who he said played a large part 1, Keystcne Heights. "J. J. Lawrence has:. anything he wants in print, We were sorry to hear that little Melrose in 1940. A goal cf the 'I 1l1f Mrs. Ellis. The Rebecca Circle:
the of the city. | Gateway Council is Iw.th 2 Bedrooms Jjninrea.: Living Room, Kitchen: Tile
, in development came into my hardware store in please call me at 4127 same old DeWitt Law was hit by an i to make Mis. James Hetherington as
, Mrs. Stewart said that the site !Green Cove Springs to buy a number, and I will get it writtenup auto on Sunday morning as he Scouting available to all girls who !' leader, will meet at the home of Hath. Haiduood Floor; Floor Furnace: Lots of Storage -

cf Keystone Heights was chosen icpe. The rope was to pull his car sometime when I'm not bottling lime ou: of Sunday School. It : want to be Brownies Girl Scouts'I Mrs. George Massa at 8 p. m. Carport. Three years old. Centrally located in

in 1918 by Mrs. J. J. Lawrence ] and others out when they got burping, or diapering. And eems that the child started a- and Senior Scouts. In Keystone I A Silver Tea will be held in the town near shopping, doctors, beach, and churches.

wife of the developer of the stuck on the road. While he was since my "gadding" days are over -.ro s Highway 100. after attend- Heights, a group of Volunteer Girl Educational Building at 2 o'clock. ,: Financing arranged. Far above average, on well landscaped
I Brooklyn and Keystone areas. there he suggested that I bid on for a while. I will be home at ing classes at the First Baptist Scout Adults with the support and I on the afternoon of March 19- lot.
Several 1000 acres had been purchased the foundation plumbing heating any time you care to call. Church. DeWitt suffered a frac-' cooperation of the community next Thursday. Call Mrs. Dick
I from a Mr. King by Mr. and wiring and telephone of 'I has made great strides toward
Volunteer' Firemen t.ired femur and a concussion i Sunderland at 416 for your reservations. ;
Lawrence who had previously developed the new hotel. That job broughtme fleets Officers and was taken to the hospital in that goal.Brownie. I Mrs. W. J. Grolick. S. E. MCK Y -- REALTOR

. ? settlements in Miami and to Keystone Heights. I pitch- Starke. DeWitt is the son of Mr. \ Troop No. 229:! elected chairman in charge of the tea. ,
1 Sebring j 1 ed a tent on the hotel grounds in The members of Keystone and Mrs. Lolly Law. I'new officers last week. They are: I and Mrs. David A. Nelson is co- Keystone Heights Phone 3701=2051-1151 4209LEE'S
She also stated that the wo- ;June and by January of the following Heights Volunteer Fire Depart- Party At (uir's Leslie Beam, chairman: Elaine I(chairman. Lt. Cal and Mrs. Jacob

I man's Club was formed in 1924 !! year I moved into room ment elected officers last Tues- Friday evening. March 6, Mar- Lovorn secretary; Pamela Edwards IR.| Moon of Gainesville will en-

on the same night that the men 14 cf the finished hotel." Mr. day, March 3and their organization garet Muir, daughter of Mr. and treasurer. The Brownies ,s i! pertain with folk scngs. Everyone
organized a Board of Trade. Wiggins later built and operatedthe effective April 1, will beo1S Mrs. Lev Muir, entertained a .attended their respective churches :| is invited. I

"Since the men were going to ;' power plant and city water follows: Fire Chief Tommy group of her teen-aged friends at last Sunday in uniform in observance i, Keep in mind a Bake Sale by ,
have an organization the women :system. Millican; Assistant* Fire Chief, a pretzel-and potato chip of Girl Scout Sunday. 1 the DRIVE-IN Phone 4113
; party. Community Church Women j
wanted one, too" Mrs. Stewart Henry Q. Hall; Captain Arlee I During the meeting, 200 boxes of
fourth memberof The
Don Pangborn, girls played records and for March
I I 28. Mrs. Sara McDonald -
Ten ell; Captain Richard N. Sun- rookies I Keystone Heights Fla.
had ,
Laid, and added "the women the panel designated himself r talked and had a good time in were distributed to Troop is chairman. THEATRE
lots of bright ideas, and the men ;i derland; Lieutenant, Corbett Ter- No. 229 by the Cookie Chairman
as "the only working man" among general. Enjoying the party with
I St. Anne's
1! It'll; Lieutenant Richard D. Cunningham Episcopal Church I
Mrs. Pawlikowski
paid for them. to fill the |
the old residents. In his descrip- the hostesses were: Dianne Brokas -
I ; First-Aid Officer, orders at St. Anne's are : ,
Most of the early settlers were they took from their neigh-
;tion of the early roads he said Mary Ann Schaeffer, Nancy proud of the
Charlie J. McGlave; Chief En- I bors last nice new carpet
f9m Pennsylvania and "devoted month. By this sale of I
:; "We would start out before day- Sutton Barbara Ann Wheeler,
to the growth of the city," according j'| light for Silver Springs and eat gineer, W. Huntley Redfearn, Jr. Deanna Lee. Reba Hall. Roberta Girl Scout Cookies, the girls earn- which. It covers the aisle and the j jaltar. THURSDAY. FRIDAY MARCH 12. 1.1:
to Mrs. President, N. Watson Harden- ed $10 for their makes them feel like i
Stewart. treasury.On I
our lunch in Micanopy. The return Sibley Susan Davis and Dee Dee asking the
Lergs; Vice President Everett R. people to remove their .
Mr. Walrath Sr. who has livedin trip most of which was Hardenbergh. Friday evening, March 20, I
Fox; Secretary, Sam Gardner shoes. It was a gift to the Wo
'Heights for 38 ; Troop 229 will act
Keystone years as ushers at a
made after dark, often found the Shelley Ruffini Is Two Years Old I men's Auxiliary.
and Treasurer, E. E. Williams. Another addition I II
outlined the development of the program sponsored by St. William's
travellers off the trail and they Monday, March 9. Shelley Ruf- I is the new stove
\ Word To The Wise in the parish
He said when he arrived in Catholic Club. The
were as apt to wind up in Palatkaor I Lni, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. program house.
1921 there were only a few homes Gainesville as Keystone "be- Many times, when the Firemen I John Ruffini celebrated her second will be a lecture: on Thertee .Neumann -
have been called to put out The new time for choir practiceis
and now there are approximately stigmatist. All do-
e:use all trails looked alike in the birthday with a party at her, Wednesday
fires they have remarked on how nations will be afternoon at 4 0'-
1800. The area needed a church dark." home. Guests arrived in time for given to Troop clock.If .
"because we could not live in a..' foolish; home owners have been to luncheon of sandwiches No. 229 for their treasury by St.William's .
community without a church"and : Several others notably J. Edwin allow tall weeds to grow so closeto ice cream consisting and cake. Guests- Catholic Club, their I anyone has any idea as to
the Community Church was Larson, were credited by the their property. If you live out sponsor what to do about the new church ,
included Mary Donnelly and her
organized.The panel with doing much for the cf town and a neighboring field mother, Mrs. Jim Donnelly; Hu- Members of the newly-organ- I bell, please let them contact I II
one-room school house of catches fire, remember it takes reed Brownie Troop, sponsored by George Phelps. It seems that the .
growth and development Key- ocrt and David Few, and their I
'I little time to arrive and church has a new bell, but no bell
men a ,
open only six months of the year j I one Heights. mother Mrs. Bill Few; and Jerryj"nd i the Community Church are as tower.
at first served as the church raven though it is not your prop- Tommy Pawlikowski and follows: Leader Mrs. Thomas El-
meeting place. In order to obtain I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH city, it may pay you to keep it their mother, Mrs. Joe Pawlikow-, more; Assistant Leader. Mrs. There will be another joint j
better school facilities Mr. Wal- | KEYSTONE IIEIGIITS, FLA cut down-especially if you haveno ski, and their grandmother, Mrs. Frank Ilgen. Brownie Members: covered dish

rath said the citizens campaigned i i J. R. Smith, pastor. Ralpn fire insurance. Mary Smulski. Janice Bainbridge, Debby Brault, !supper on Friday evening, March ) SA TUHn.\. SUNDAY :MARCH\ 14, 15
for a higher tax millage. I II 'Copeland, Minister of Music and Woman's Club Notes Lions Club Terry Christoffers, Diane Davis 13. Keystone will play host to}

I Called by others the "daddy of church organist. The Easter Parade will be the At the Meeting of the Lions Diana Ilgen. Gina Massa. Rebecca I Melrose at this supper.

the roads" Mr. Walrath gave credit -I Services: Sunday School, 9:45a. : theme of the Woman's Club of I Club on last Monday night plans Newbern and Christine Saturday There will morning be a at work-party 9 All on The Remarkable Mr. PennypackerStarring
to Col. E. G. Baxter of.Gain i m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Keystone Heights Fashion Show were made for participation in Law. a. m.
esville and! ..Mr .Fearnside L Pa-j Training Union, 6:45 p. m. EvenIng to be held at &p. m., March 18, I I the State Convention at Jacksonville CHURCH NEWS men Last of the parish, are invited.
latka for road, building"He\ 1 f services 7:30 p. m. in'the Woman's Club auditorium.The on May 14. 15 'and 16. Frank Communt Church for 'a sign a at foundation the Horner was of laid the I Clifton Webb and Dorothy Maguire
program will be concluded by Jones is the Ccnvention Chair- Open House will be held for .
i the showing of a beautiful Bridal young people in the Educational property IN CINEMASCOPE AND COLOR
and Darrell Davis
man was appointed
St. William's
KEYSTONE GAS COMPANY Party. chairman of the Parade Bldg., Friday evening March 13, Catholic Church
The clothing will be furnishedby : at 7:30.: The Altar Society will meet at

DEPENDABLE 24-HOUR SERVICE Geiger's of Gainesville. Dress join Committee.other civic It was groups also in voted sponsoring to- I. There will be two services on 7:30: in the Hall, Tuesday evening ,

and casual shoes will be furnishd Summer Recreation Program Easter Sunday: one at 9 a. m. and Match 17. en
? by Fagan's Bootery of Gaines- ; a Corbett Ter- one at 11 a. m. Both sermons, I Thursday. March 19 is the day .-
Day Phone Nite Phone suits and beachwear for Keystone. which cf the Deanery Meeting at Bishop =
SAF GAS ville. Bathing rell Lion Re'Je.centati'e. will be different, will bear r
was appointed as : _
4351 2582 will be' from the Fashion on the Resurrection. Kenny High School in Jackson- c.) 1Q
There will be Light
of Palatka. Beach shoes by a ville. All the ladies of the parishare = .
Shop Bulb Sale this Friday evening at Anyone desiring to place memorial c:
COOKING HEATING WATER HEATING he French Bootery of Palatka.All he( Bank and on Saturday at the flowers in the Church for invited to attend but they
will be modeled by Easter will must contact Mrs. Harold Sutton
styles please contact Mrs. C.
Post Office. A booth will be -
operated .... :e
'ladies from Melrose Keystone T. Smith. Orders will be taken :mmediately. so that reservationsmay
Most Complete Line of Home Heating Equipment in North at the Coop meeting on be made.Instructions. cILI.I:
eights Starke. and Gainesville.Mrs. :March 26 where bulbs may be by Mrs. D. O. Stewart, and Mrs.
Florida. If You Plan to Add Heat This Winter See Us First Archibald Robinson of Gainesville puchased and also articles made Melba Ilgen. for the High
will act as commentator.Music Two new members. Mr. and = HOTPOINT REFRIGERATOR
i by the blind. Proceeds from these,
will be under the supervison to the'!:Mrs. J. B. Strickland were re-
'rticles will be donated I
; of Mrs. Lillian Gibson of Florida School for the Blind at ,: ceived into: the Congregation on Health FactsIrritation
Gainesville. March I 1959. Anyone'
: Sunday. ,
:Augustine.. The next meeting,
N > O- T -I-C-E Mrs. Roy Watkins president of cheduled for March 23, will be desiring to Join the church, or of the nervous system I
he Woman's Club will direct the cancelled in order that all mem- have children baptized during the reduces function of the organs involved -
iffair General Chairman is Mrs. Easter Season;?will please speakto
.;iers miy attend a District Meeting thus loweringvitality and
DON M. SCHENCK Former OwnerSCHENCK'S I. N, Cook; co-chairman is Mrs. : at Hawthorne on that night. I the minister. resistence to infection. IIIB :
William Reynolds Sr. Committee GIRL SCOUT NEWS I Each Sunday, after Benediction. i' ,
members include Mrs. Herbert the Stewards will meet for a few Cold and flu respond very rap- I

RESTAURANT v lson, Mrs. William B. Dawson, minutes in the Choir Room to receive idly to spinal adjustments.You .

Mrs. Bert Christoffers, Mrs. Hen'Y new members.
:3 I Miles South of Waldo, which burned January 22, i iI is Mickle Mrs. Charles Wallenius. Upper Rocm pamphlets for I can save time money and .p;
suffering if Chiropractor -
you see your
I NOW .nd Mrs. S. E. McKay. March and" April are availableone (t first.Consultation. 7 4 ;1
Door prizes will be given. A donation to a family.
OPERATINGTHE of $1.25111 be requiredor The Women of the Community without obligation. 1

admission. \ History Of Girl Scoutingin church will held a general meeting -
Estrellita Club To Keystone Heights the first Monday in April. Phone or Visit the ,

I ponsorUnstrel: Thursday. March 12. is the ss a test meeting. The meeting DR. II. G. BOLLCVGER .t? re I

Tickets are on. sale at Walker's oirthday: of the Girl Scouts and Rill be at 2 p. m. CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES

service Station for a Shrine Minstrel C.: registered Brownies. Girl The Circle Meetings will be held 728 E. University, Ave.

sponsored by the Estrellita Stouts, and Girl Scout Adults in on Monday March 16. Circle No. Gainesville, Phone 6-3231
.+ 't +a, Tlub; of Keystone Heights for the Keystone Heights will join with 1 will meet at home of Mrs. L.Horsfall I

Benefit cf the Masonic Building hree million sister Scouts in the at 2 p jn. Mrs. Albrechtis 426 N. Walnut St.
s4 ?und. Admission price is $1. We U. S. in celebrating their 47th the leader Circle No. 2. with Starke, Phone WO 4-2881
inderstand it will be very enter- tirthday.: Mrs. D. A Nelson as leader will

dining. There have been Girl Scouts in

r-1--- loe Daurer To SpeakOn Keystone Heights since April 1948 I
-ii: Therese Neumann hen Miss Gladys Tillis, assistedby
Friday. Mar. 20 the people of Miss Madeline Kennedy, or- I. ',
keystone: Heights will have an ranized the first lone troop which r*
I opportunity to hear Joe Daurer met at the Woman's Club and I iI i-

k ;peak on "The Stigmatic of Kon- was sponsored by the PTA. These T :

nersreuth" which is the story of two ladies were the troop leaders

Therese Neumann, the woman until 1950'hen Mrs. Gayle

ORCHARD RESTAURANTON who bore the wound-markings of Brown registered as leader. In I Model 8EJ12 -- LIST PRICE 449.95
Christ. The program will be heldn 1951, Mrs. John H. Rivers was

St. William's Recreation Hall I registered as Miss Tillis' assistant

U. S. 301 AT WALDO and it will start at 8 p. m. All 'leader. From 1952 until 1958. the Red/corn's g% I
ionations will be given to the I Keystone Girl Scout Troop was 95
Brownie Troop 229 which is registered with Mrs. Fremont Tol-

sponsored by St. William's Catholic !es as leader and with Mrs. Gorgon Special/ /
Serving the same Good FRIED CHICKEN I Club. Be sure that you reserve Adams Mrs. Elmer Livingston *

that date for this worthwhile and Mrs. Jack Bass as as-

with Appetizer, 3 Vegetables, Salad, ceresting talk. i istant leaders. In Nov. 1958. Mrs.C. 1 Price -
Chamber ot Commerce News J. O'Connor became the leader

Drink, DessertFOR All business men and women of a newly organized Girl Scout

and civic-minded individuals of Troop for 5th'and 6th grade girls,
-, the Keystone area are urged to the older girls having joined for- The Chance Of A Lifetime!
attend one of the most important ces with the Melrose Girl Scouts

meetings of the year this coming meeting in Melrose. To Miss Til- 12 Cu. Ft. 2 Zone, Combination, Automatic Defrosting,

Monday eve. March 20. at 8 p. lis goes a great deal of credit for Reserve Cold Power, Keeps Food Fresh up to Twice: as

$1.50Specializing m.. at the Keystone State Bank Girl Scouting in Keystone s Long. Rolls out from wall for easy cleaning. Dairy-
Building. Plans will be worked Heights for even after giving up
Stor Door Shelves.REDFEARN'S.
cut for several activities of great active leadership of the troop, she Deep
importance to all. Much work has served: for two years as troop I

been accomplJlhed! within the past committee chairman. THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK
month of the many developmentswhich In December, 1958. the first _

have occurred since the Brownie Troop was registered un ,'-A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community
:last meeting. Reports will be made der the leadership of Mrs. Joe -

In Sunday Dinners, by committee chairmen of these Daurer. The second BrownieTroop. -x Keystone Heights, Fla.

accomplishments. The Brochure I with Mrs. Thomas Elm ore ,
YOUR PATRONAGE INVITED Committee will announce the recipient -' PS. leader and Mrs. Frank Ilgen Member FJ J.CL Phone 9391 Keystone Heights, Fla.

of the bid on printing as assistant leader, is ready to '
25,000 Brochures on Keystone, register. ... -

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..7.t .J .y..1 which has so suddenly developed I 1 her stay in Keystone she VT V V V V V rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTMELR05E. kcts to gain a 52-26 victory. Larry IVYVVVVVYTYYVVVYYY'VVYYVf and C. E. Crawford Jr. attendedthe Presbyterian Church

t. fct the school. Coming at this I iclievrd Misses Ann Bell and Re- ,. >Cooper tallied 9 points to lead Drag races in Jacksonville.

KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS I time of year, it is in the nature'' ba Tliompscn by teaching their ) ,the 'BUUdDgs.I' NORTH SIDEBy sunday afternoon. Sunday services March 15:
01 a crisis. You will also want to !B.'ble!i Classes, while these two I'1 "'Seville captured a 14-2 first -
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosely and i aa7
.School, 9:45
: a. m.
| Meet the new intern teachers. ,ladies were in Orlando carrying quarter lead that proved to be a Johnny CowartAAAAAAAALAAA

Personals 'I'fl for a sick friend another mis* *By.bq"Joyce v Rothhammer*. .... I deciding factcr-in the'game.'-The Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johns visited Morning Worship. 11 a. ra., sermon -

AAkA&AAkAALAkAAAAAAAAA1AContinuedirom Miss Norma Sweeney of Gain- :ibnary. I r '..&6 ...& .AAA.*..war....... Bulldogs out-scored Seville "In k A A 1AA4 1 Lj jj Mrs.\ Johns' daughter. Lois, whos by Rev. Barry Van Deventer,

[ Page One] 1!I I esville spent last week visiting, the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dodd celebrated >William.p t- chiappk" a freshmanat the second and fourth quarters. We were happy to have Mr.and in St. Luke's Hospital.Mr. of Richmond. Va. Dinner at noon.

their 18th Vedding AnniVClraiy !-' But were" never able 16 overcome' :Mrs. Bill''Blackburn and William and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier and Youth Fellowshp. 6 p. m.
ly meeting to be held at the Fred Dodd's. Norma is a Missionary the University of Florida spent
: 9.Ill.Jiday.March.6..xhey: tne .twelve point Jead. and ,were 'Saw visit church services Sun MY and Mrs. George Griffis and Choir practice 8 p. m. Friday,

.. "Ichcrot-a.ut1t1cnum at '/:3Q p. m. on furlough from Brazil I visited Juniper Springs, the place the sisterintew weekend,wlth'his'brother MrandMrs. : Fran jahd i 1 defeated 6251. day. baby visitedV.. D. Sapp of Sand- March 13.

All parents should make aspectBI'erfort'to ,where she is engaged in teaching vhere they, ,were: : .married; I 1. .ant1Ju (-Chiappini and family. I Qnce again .Lany .Cooner XAS Cnr1gr2b1lAtiCns .to .Mr. and erson, Sunday afternoon. The .Starke Social Club will
with the
attendthTS'TMeeting. children in her WOrk the evening they and Mrs. Dodd's 'cf high-point man for Melrose toss- Mrs. Jack Hazen on the birth, Don't forget to attend chUrch meet in the church hall Tuesday,
Guest the R. J. .Simmons Is
Fellowship. ::
: because' .of :the situation Cnild Evangelism parents Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Mar- their ,daughter. ,Irs. Charles A.Luncan ing 25 points through the baskets.,Mar. 3, of a fine daughter. Mrs. every Sunday. You are welcome March 17 at 7:30: p. m. Everyone

.. wick (twho live at Juniper i of Lawt n, Okia. On the Seville also von .the B team Hazen Is the former Betty Faye at .Evergreen. I welcome. ,

:4 >The perfect tribute to Springs went to Ocala, where I agenda for the weejs.',was a trip preliminary fray with a '44.26. Norman., daughter- of Mr. and -
they had dinner at the Marion margin. Mrs. Othma Norman.
.: a cherished memory u_ Hotel. t Lo Winter Orlando: Cypress Gardens; and These games put the wraps on Mf: ancTMrs. Charlie Gaskinsof COMPLETE TREE SERVICE I
Haven: lor ,me Orange
Joseph Schuch and daughter, ]Festival. oasketbal season for another Avon 'Park visited here this

: Every funeral that we con Pam, have been the guests of _Mr. Also year. .The girls team went down weekend.

:: duct is a source of sustaining and Mrs. Edgar Akridge for the Festival.fromMelrose attending ,are the Mr.Orange and I to defeat only' three times. How- .Mrs. Carrie Norman attended a .... Pruning Cavity Work

!past three weeks.rhe Schuchs ,\'er; Coach Gerry Jackson sill: birthday dinner last Wednesday
expect -
: I solace and spiritual inspiration Mrs. C.
left *
Mann.They Sun- Tree Removal
have the problem of rebuildingthe m Lawtey honoring Griff Philiir' -
to leave for Chicago. their ;
to the day afternoon trill.
: f family..Hundreds.of .and spend a r
team because six of the first 62nd anniversary.
home;'today. week in Winter Haven as ..theg.tests I De-Mossinj: Transplanting
string players will graduate in 1 Mrs. .Effie Carter and Mrs.
2 { details are managed and economical Mr. and Mrs. John Karges wentto : I of their son and daugh -
June.Coach Lou Johnson is mote ElIte Johns .visited Oscar Carter
: ly attended\ to that only a trained and careful Mandarin this week to visit j in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Riddling .and. [fortunate: with his team. The bon who is 111. last Saturday. and EstimatesSAPP'S

: organization can perform when the urgent need Mrs. Karges' cousins. Mr. and family. will .have one year' of experience ''Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman

= for Serving is at hand.DeWITT ?Irs. Norman Poston for a Jew JohnnyColeman spent the]I jfcehind,l them next year 'and will visited :Mr. and Mrs. Johnny A- TREiclii

: days.Mrs. weekend with his grandparents.:[probably have 'a' better record. quiar pf Jacksonville, Sunday. S SURGEONSPETE

C. JONES Owen Overhiser lost her 1 Col. and Mrs. Jesse P. Green.1' The Senior dass"'wfll soon'pre- Sunday ,dinner guests of Mr.'
last ,, north of the Johnny*' attends,the University of I
purse sent .their Watch this column Mr. ,
tracks on Route 21. A Mr. Brownof Florida where he Is a freshman., SAPP, Owner ,
'for details.
further and Mrs. Shirley Testone and
: Pfp"XES|! ; : )VO2600; WO 4.2610 James Y
Ocala found it. and gave it to B. MacLean of Garden That's all the news for this children of Brooker. Mr. and Mrs.

.,. We.., furnish, ...the..hJjhest-' type. service at lowest prices, and accept I local police, who promptly returned City, N. N. is a guest of his sister,i week, Charlie. Billy Martin and children, and I'. 0. Box 771 Phone EA 5-4887 Palatka, Fla.

AXT life! insurance policy In force, issued! by ANY company, as same to Mrs. Overhiser. and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ;Mr.and Mrs. Carl Brown and AGENTS V .

'payment in.part or "in full on funeral services. Consultation Lucky Lady! Gil M. Allen. He recently return- TRINITY EPISCOPAL children. ,

carries no obligation. Mr. and Mrs. H Nachtrieb. and ed from West 'Berlin. Germany, 'emmCR.-MELROSE- Mrs. Mary Brown is pending Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9-3617

two daughters Carol and Winnie where he installed a' generator.We M._ H. Breyforle. Minister some time with her son A. W. Gainesville, Fla. Ocala, Fla.
., were to hear that Col. Sunday School, 8:45 m.
-- last sorry .a.
T ipent Saturday and Sunday has
Brown of the State Farm. She
Phone 1651 Lake Fla.
: ;W'Ot'*' Vogel broke'her foot. We it 1U5.; City,
Young People
H> with Mr. El- hope Episcopal
f "'\\i<'< : >> and Mrs. Thomas been ill ,but Is now improving.
E '
at' l" I -1
mends quickly. Morhing"Prayer and Sermon -
-"W-:"" more and family at the Elmore Rev. and Mrs. Carter attendeda -
wiwn** *-*:?;:?: ::*: *')* Homer 7:30 each
Lee of Jacksonville wasa : p. m. Holy Communion
home Peach Street. 'revival
.. f at Hollister Baptist I
= :: .recent guest of his sisters. Misses firet Sunday. "
vuri.vor It: Mrs. Ed Conneen and small Church, Friday. and Saturday I
Anna 'and Attie, Lee. -
?-on Pelef returned home last WVVVVyywyyy yyyyVTVVV. nights! ,
; It2 'I weekend from a trip to Baltimore, Ray (Gano spent the weekend Jimmie and Gregory Alvarezeang' SJil11 uOltlUA CO ttIIS
\ with.is parents, Mr. apd Mrs.'Ovid
\> poerfuI where they visited Mrs. Conne n's Gano and sister, Melissa .Cri'Y' HILL "M} God is Real" in church

parents. Sunday! ,We thank God for themnnd' .

Mf*' Mrs. Sam Gardner and daughter house.That: *trailer beautiful'at 'Mrs.green :and Steinert's white Icbr. -t MIL 'J.p. : .........tl1cW.. ,.....i... 'Church their Activities talent. ... ..... / k4.c"J, .4'Q :4, ,

< -**&:' >w<' Mary Lou left on Sunday for --
,.,f place i5 the new home 01l\1t. and UAAAAAAAAAA&AAkAAAA&LaARev.. '..sW daj Sunday School, 10
_..A7" ::>;.Jr..:,,>> ,,, :' (A. rill visit Mrs. Gardner's; pareiits, Mrs.to have.Andrew them P.'back Dunk.-We're in'Melrose.-glad C. E. van der Maaten of a.'raTf"Morning Worship. 11 a. m. "

: --,,, JJ} Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Cotton. -.Th y We'd like to welcome to Melrose Green Cove Springs will show a and Evening Worship 7:30: p. m. I- '. i

cxpect to visit for about a week. pcture on the work of the .RedCross Every first and third Monday ,
rL Mr. and Mrs. Ro co Mullins and sin OF roll r
at the Hill and teachers'meeting.
S-Sgt. and Mrs. Richard Barton 'Clay Baptist evening, pastor's CITRUS riocusw PLANT :

:: 3at !)' : ., ,Wisconsin lately of William's.Bay have been visitingMr. A.
Dade :
leased the
B. -- and Mrs. Harold Ridaught I known as restaurant Jean's Restaurant.formerly p. 'in". ,He is' to show the picture 1 Wednesday Prayer meeting. City : : :;

Sunday, Mar. 15, also. Other than
: The q-, and Mrs. family Barton for is the about former two Joanne weeks. They have changed the name to this his 'services win be at your 7:30.Thursday Brotherhood, 7:30p :",.. ..... t::
.. Rock's: 'Restaurant" and feature disposal. If your church, school.'or "m. I ,., __ -; -,
Ridaught. Sgt. Barton Is ,
4-hour also, havea -
at his new assignment at Mac- ervice.r.They club wishes him 'to bring his .Make your plans to worship

I I Dill Field A. F. B. at Tampa. Jo- garage and with trailer the'restaurant.park in conjunction picture write him-Rev. C. E. van with us at North Side where a !6
warm welcome awaits Pastor.!'
tier'Maaten, P. O.Box 224 Green you. ;
-anne will join him in another two The.Melrose Saloon has
weeks, after their new trailer- is .Beauty Cove'Springs, Fla. 'As most of us Rev. H. R. Carter, S. S. Supt.
delivered. installed a new air-conditioning: know, this month is 'the tim for Johnnie Cowart and pianist,
tmit #
: the 'Red 'Cross Drive. Shirley Gaskins. -
Harold L. Ridaught spent last Miss Barbara Breyfogle celebrated 1837 Pasco County has
The Gospel Singers; probably Since its beginning in ,
weekend deep sea fishing with'his her birthday with 'a -party better known as 'the Crippled .YY..YYYY..Y..Y.Y.Y--' become noted for diversified agriculture, citrus,
brother, Donald who lives at given her 'by 'her parents. Rev. Singers, will be at the Decoy ; cattle and poultry. Rich in products, traditionand

Melbourne. He reports: 'a most and Mrs. Bill Breyfogle. Many ofher" Baptist Church 'March 2.9'' Easter 'EVERGREENBy natural beauty, this citrus and cattle growing
: Choose the very best gasolene profitable weekend. He didn't friends'attended.7Boy region dotted with lakes and rolling hills, has
Sunday. Also.there will be an egg ,
rtr count the fish he caught, but on Scouts 31 miles of almost undeveloped coastline a
:_. for your car Sunday alone, he got over 50 nice > Thursday night at Court of hunt at the church {or'-the chil- Stanley Crawford.aa&aAba.aaaaa.a natural fishing paradise that also provides com-
then in the afternoon after'.dinner"
: -
in producion -
cues. Honor in Gainesville three Mel- nercial profits. Pasco ranks'2nd egg .
is served at' the'church-and .. a in Florida Counties. County-Seat Dade City

: 100' PLUS for the ultimate in luxury-per1 ormcance. ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL ruse received Boy badges..Scouts They from were troop'U)9 George )..-I singing in the afternoon.Rew *Mr. and-* Mrs. C. E. Crawford Sr. Oasts the world's largest citrus processing plant.
'- t attracted to
Lane iBud
Harvey and of tourists are
Each streams
=. Over 100 octane plus every worth wile protective CHURCH, KEYSTONE Allen Second Class badge; 111d.R..N. Crawford spent Sundayin year,
Wmwriht called on the gtrign the. dU1ual Pasco County.Eertivat- --
< -. 5avr! 1\!. :U.:'Breyfofle' -Minister- John-AllM. Seholarthipr Merit :;_; ds'lSundayVfternoorrand"' i ,"*George' Ga. Visiting 'rela- In progressive Pasco County, and throughout -

Morning 5pray r and Sermon, badge; and DannY' Huddlestone us the above information.We tives..Mr. I Florida, the United States Brewers Foundation
=; ..vpJ 3.iD super premium at ordinary premium 9:30: a. m. Sunday School. 10 a.m. Second Ciass badge. Since Danny hope we got it straight! Mr. Lane and Airs. Charlie Redding i works constantly to assure the sale of beer

.:.. price. Perfect for today's high compression auto- Holy Communion each first Sun- has moved, his badge has been fays the Decoy church is increasing and family visited the Fisher Gas- i md ale under pleasant, orderly conditions. Be-
day. Parish Supper each third forwarded to him.Woman's' :| fcins family last week. I, ieving that strict law enforcement serves the best
in thenumber attending Sunday -
-...- mobilft. Wednesday, 6:30 p. m. Club .Miss Yvonne Gaskins of Jack- interest of the people of Florida, the Foundation
regular price. '.E. J. Orlando School and church sertices,Isonvlile I spent the weekend home stresses close cooperation with the'Armed Forces,
McCullough ,
MILEMASTER-premium performance! .representative -
:: What
COMMUNITY: CHURCH OP bat could be doing better. law enforcement and governing officials in its
: 3tepped up octane, power, and milecr KEYSTONE HEIGHTS .Wtarever Alumi-' church couldn't do' better?' Wehaven't ,I \\ her parents. continuing "self-regulation" program.BEER .
: num ,Cookware, and two of .his I Mr. and'Mrs. W. H. Green and
Dr. Albert C. Holt Minister seen that one one yet. '
Bonnie visited friends and rela-
assistants served full
Dr. James D. Fait. .Organist, a course. ;W are glad to state that our FLORIDA'S \\\1. "
; IIox CfflES SERVICE dinner to the members of the tives in Plant City and Lakeland : d Siate$ Brewer*
Choir Director. daughter, Betty, was able to go
LIGHT .foundationrUriJ.
Melrose Woman's 'Club at their Saturday and Sunday. BRIGHT
4 5 Services: church School 9:43; : back to work last week, or did go ffi'mle: Drm..
: 705 Temple vAvtnue Starke, Fla Mr. and' Mrs. Charlie Gaskins
regular meeting Wednesday at BEVERAGE _
n .- < t'I', a.m. Morning Worship 11 aon. tack able or net. I OJ X Jfm s
the. clubhouse: Sidney Harris-has been suffer- of'Avon Park spent the weekend OF MODERATION_ 44mt"3 Or..llowio1a
The meeting was presided over ing with a cold for more than two here. ,
the ,Mrs. A. J. ) :IStanley. Laverne. A. J.. Edward -
by president Withjtrsfooon. "
= all-electric kitchen weeks, but he continues to deliver -
our mail just the same.
:. for cost of A community project of plan- -We 'are sorry we are so short .
ning a recreation rk was discussed ,.
with the news this week, we have
at the meeting
been in bed for several days .a-I
:: PCkPfCIgaretieS I Hostesses for :the meeting were tain._ notable to go to church
Mrs. Earl Hayner, ''Mrs. ,H. E. I
the only place 'we gol! and no
Hussey Mrs. ,Herman and Mrs. '
; '
one has 'given us any more itews.'Yes .
Schroder. we forgot! The revival at|

-- rc.e; l..1 1 School News Clay Hill closed Saturday evening ; Bui/f- for

'The' FFA chapter was in chargeof and thesKhatt dinner at the :

:.: I the school assembly program People
church Sunday.TT ,, __
-- Monday afternoon. Speeches :Were _

given by Bill Logsdon, president; ?JT T?f W f VTTTT VTTTTTTTTT ''rr'

-- Mark Gaboardi, 'vice-president; LONG- BRIDGE & _
Emery Cross parliamentarian.The '

= emblem of the officers were' AflD :NE\y RiVER -
t explained by the officers. The '
< .
Mrs. K. F.
t4r other officers are: secretary. Win- -

-- Fi y:; slow Fredrickson- -:. treasurer., Bobby && &&&&&&;&.&. &J [!
c, __
: Redfearn; sentinel.' Jimmy Prof- it.on the fish fry last- week ) :
ii I Williams;' Chaplain James'' Al- about .140 :
E : 4 totaled $62.50!) with -
-- llroxt! ; and sponsor, Oscar Bald plates! sold. Pies and cakes were

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.' ,;_ the students. a movie''at Melrose was shownto ; High later. Friends Keystone came from Heights-live lg : I :

E b'I_ Oak, Palatka
'the Student ,
__ School sponsored by And Penney Farms and .everyone, I I 1 A.l 1 .
Council, the movie was "jFrog- 4 All
time. ca.cktF'.id'. Headroom5Od. frwt snts 1
i teemed to have a good Esrbod1rI3a I 1 1 ........
men. dod 1 W-4e lCIISII I lee room pM IDot.ens adcW
ladies of the
We-thank ,all ,,the ---------------------------1
..., Student Council 'held a ,
i1'T reighborhcod: for the good pies 1 I I I
-- meeting Monday. They discussed .c nd'cakes they..made. Our thanks R 1W8'& I t g -:
x>me of problems of the school. also go to James Starling"jof: ; : IW-I
;the 1 I I
included 1
r These problems hush'pup- .. s.1uwnt 5t DlMMMtf list* I Il
Starke who .cooked, the 4 s-."5t I Qaqt II oIIty Msiiid .ers -<
:chool patrol school grounds and pies donated by the Dixie '.Lilly .ia'viat Nc14Ucmss I $a accesicne -l Frank w d$ M wit i

: ?Mrs: K. Barrish 418 Manhattan, Daytona Beach says: "My all. the possibility of giving different ,Milling Co. artd Harold Shiver.Kho I.4 --------- --a e -e -

and such tune-saver.It is economical awards to the members of'.the and all" .the --- V .
= electric kitchen is just grand a so :; fried the fish [, :
student at he end of school.
body _) 'seo'e.
n. clean cool. husband and I feel that OUr electric ladies ,'who helped to
and easy to keep an} My Members of the Glee a Cleft, Shiver birthday Built- ice
i Richard a
:: billS are most economical for the service we get."For cooking range, Band and faculty attended 'the ,party Saturday with a crowd .of '1 I II

= and the Barrtsh Fred Waring show in Jacksonville attending. They.played ScJW ngspIAr.dciJI
hot water heater,refrigerator,lights small.pplia.nces. youngsters:

= l | bill averages 30c a day-just about the price of a pack of cigarettes. Wednesday, Six weeks,evening.tests were given t'f last: I'.I games -and roasted weiners.: .All, I tL- '%
reported time. s.'L
,a good .
week and report cards given oat
:: 0.\//\ John and Barbara.McCaUum
this week. So If you're a "Charlie Saturdayiifternoon. .
Keystone Heights were I .5 ---------------, Sa
= / Brown-you'd better look but; visitors of'Ralph* and

= /_ for less fork, more fun. Melrose SevIlle t Bows' ,To' Callahan, Loretta.MerrittlTh'ey: jill attended

= -.- -. ._ join theSWING Melrose played the Callahan 1 tbe.Mr..:. ish.fry.and Mrs. Vick_ Rhodes..anddaughter

E:: TO ELECTRIC COOKING Ramblers in the Class B Group Patricia, *of'Live' Oak -.

a. 4 tournament Thursday night- "at attended Richard Shiver's birth,

-- ,- t Electric cooking is white-glove clean. No Callahan., day party .and.the fish fry;

= soot, no greasy film. No scorched pots and Melrose played the Ramblers on J3bert and "Betty. :Nettles were I .... '

I. pans. Hou ket"ping's;er kitchens stay 8 to even terms until three minutes' Sunday gusts.or' h fpareflts.Mr. Q,.,. ..b .I ak Jwt1 .;,;; -i .. '"' --......,.... f'i
16 degrees cooler. before the half. The score "was and Mrs. Andrews of JacksO 1\iIIe. ,-" 0-- \ ..... .hIW..fer4
tied 1717. Callahan then poured J
Food tastes- better, because faultless electric cooking ,Raph 'and. .LoretUr': Menrltt WOREDS MXT( EEAimRILLY PRDPOKIK ED CARS
12 straight points into thetas- THE
/ 'Mrs.
is practically "waterless" cooking. Seals in all the visited Mr. and Jtichard

:_: goodness. Jones' aDd J ere' their guests, .at ,.-.a...- i-. WE f 9WAMA. f 'raOTOHASH. COtOlSI_. SEE YOW LOCAL.FORD_ _DEALEX FOR DETAB.St.
St. WOlUm's Catfaelie Chapel 'at the Johnstown'Baptist -
Flameless' electric cooking is the JIm ever. No con "* dinner "" .:
Keystone Hefchts iChurchi :
stant-burning pilot lights. k ,

= And remember Sunshine Service w the budget's Sunos/Mass at 8:30 a. m. >,lr..and\Mrs.,. w.. H. Andrews. afterfioori .ofckscflvflle TEJlWILLEGAR: MOTORS I
.Holyday Mass at'7:00 a, m. were Sunday.
biggest bargain. It's cheaper to go all-electric the :
..... ..._ ..hen-laundry than to use a combination of fuels. 9'tin smu Tuesday Mass' at 8:00 ft. :jn. ffubts.of.'Mrs.: i!an Merritt.
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'' =i- wrT ';:Confessions before aU Masses., ; jLfcl. andr Mrji. Joe- Fales and 29S"W. i1isonS I. Starke, Florida Phone WO 43SS1r ::

Baptisms, marriages and.11n-' family "of...Palatka were weekd'uests ,If'}o '.re Jnterested in an A-I Used Car Be Sure to See Your Ford Dealer -

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THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1959 -
t grade. has a nose like a fox terrier a'' Crews. Lee Doll. J. Mack Dans
FAITH. .BAPTIST CHUKCD St. Edward's Catholic Church. th i I ; S. Giifi r.' 1lr-
M.'Darby J.
I LaiteyA. 'Starkei; 'Florida: > 1 1 AM plune-llke:: tail like a fox. orange ,Mrs
.O eyes like an owl fingers like a ion Gatlin Airs. F. Hoover. Clyde
F. Massey; Pastor Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. I t. A strange animal was being exhibited human and grunts ftke a pig."
i Holyday Masses at 8:30 a. m. & M Mr in town and had the kids Hersey. Clyde Johns Hbert: Lowe.
Bible school, 10 a. m. -Wow!
j "URCH NIWS Preaching, 11 a. m. 5:30: p. m.Wiekday. -QfThe and we suspect, many of the a-I C. G. Manire. R. McCarthey. R.

Evening Service, 7:30: p m. I Mass.at 800; a..m. dults, interested. The animal i Graduates of the first aid course ;alley Prevatt. E. Raulerson P.

Bible Study and Prayer Meet. Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 supposed to have been captured,:i I of the D. Reddish, Gus Thomas .George-
''ing' '7SO pm., :Wednesday.Radio P. m. by-a Seminole in Everglades. It !liven under the auspices Thomas. Denzil Thomas, A. J.
were: John\
and instructions described "having no name,IKl Cross_ and
Baptisms, marriages Past was as A'H.: Warren.
program, 8 to 830..p zoologist.It .,A. Andrews. Mrs. Edward Burns.) Wilkerson, and
identified by
Me&odist At The Tabernacle by appointment. and never
Church i I ai. each Sunday over station .. is the size of a large monkey. J. V. Gandy, Morris Carter. J. E.
WRGR, Starke. IHGHLAXOBAPTIST' b. -- -- L'
Sunday Church School. 9:45 A special Easter program is1 CHURCH Tuesday4 night Feb: 20, ;1934. t

$ m. Nursery_and Junior Church i i being prepared for presentationat I CHURCH OF CHRIST Starke City"Council met for the
Tabernacle, and I Sunday School 9:45:: a. m.
provided. MYF, 6 p. m. Evening the Gospel | C. L Overturf Jr. Minister i first time in the new City Hall.I Prices
outstanding speakers and music Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and Factory .
7 Youth Revival did the no,
Worship p. '.m. i I "No more steps sag
School, 10
ians are being booked for the Sunday Sunday 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each .
begins at the evening service this i I more did the boards creak as the ,
service, 11 = Rev. ,
near future from the Southeastern a. m. morning a. m. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. ,
continue each filed Into their meet-
Sunday and will ; I councilmen
f fcyening evening service, 6:30: m. "Chism Everybody
Bible School, Brimingham,: p. George pastor.
: at 7:30: through Friday ing. Gleaming white walls reflected -
Ala. Wednesday Bible study, 7:30p.m. welcome.
the fixtures even
night I glow'of new ;

Tuesday Prayer Group sponsored LAWTEY CHURCH OF CHRIST chairs and tables had been givena With Each
by WSCS, 9:30: a. m. WSCS : First Christian Church HIWA.Y CHAT EL (presently meeting in City Hall) new lease on life and their polished One Quart

Study Course, 10 a.m.. .; followed i iLy '' ASSEMBLY OF GODG. Sunday-Bible study! :, 10 a. m., surfaces reflcted the.smiles
11 a.m.
Horning worship I '
meetin of highly pleased councilmen"read 'Buy
luncheon and business Qne YOU
Rev. J. E. Sherwood, worship a. m.EveningYoung
-. I M. Osborne,.Pastor Bible J the report of the occasion | or Gallon
Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday. School 10 a. m. Morn. ,people's The CWA
building was a pro-
Wednesday Story Hour atj Youth Churcn, 7 p.m. study 7; preaching, 7:30. .
i ingWorship,11 a. m. Evangelistic ject and only about $100 of the ,
:: ::30 p. m. will be conducted by 7:30
'.I Wednesday Prayer Meeting, Service, 7:45: p. m. Thursday Wednesday-Bible study, 6.000 cost was pint! by the city.
the evangelists who are hold-
7:30 p.m.Adult weekly service. Invita- p. m.

:ins Rcaipson: the Youttt and Rev.Revival John; Rev.Trundle.Ray i 1 Wednesday.Choir practice, 6:45:. pjn. tion 'extended prayer to everyone. WRGR Radio, Monday program, 6:3p a. m.Station for the last 10 years we have Mary Carter Paint StoreT
called Tulley Norman "Straw-
Chancel Choir rehearsal, 3:30: p
Ladies Council, lit And 3rd AIR. PARK BAPTIST CHURCH terry" because he had the first Ph.WO -48565STARKE'S
n; &. Tuesday nights.Everybody Sunday' School 9:45: a.. m.; Morn- EVERGREEN: berries of the season the year we\ 355. N. Temple Ave. Starke -
welcome to each ing Worship 11 a. m. Training BAPTIST CHURCH arrived in Bradford County. That .
Madison StreetBapils eervice. Union 6:45: m. Evening Wore Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach
p. 6:30 made him famous for us but wei)
., St. Mark's ship, 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer tog 11 a. m. Training, Union find from a 1934 Telegraph item" ..
7:39 m.
Preaching p.
7:30 m. p. m.
Service Wednesday p.
Church that he was well-known for an- ,
welcome. Meeting Wednesday. 7:30 p. m.. .
Rev. Raymond MacBlaln Everyone other talent. FIRST .
(90)(! "Tulley :Norman, song director.
IServices < Sunday Services-9:45 a.m.. NORTH SIDE
GRAHAM I.Kid Mrs. Norman pianist, with a
Lord's Day Church School 11:00 Morn.
BAPTIST CHURCH |i chorus of 17 young people gave a
and Sermon. Morning
I teg Prayer Sunday School. 10 a. m..
Sunday School 9.4a1.1 L Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning delightful program of gospel
Holy .Communiln--l"lI'\t! Sun- Training
\ : Worship, .11 a. m.
!Morning Worship- 11:00 .V>I. day, 11:00: a.m.; Third Sunday, Worship, 11 a. m. Training Union, 6:3u: p. m. Evening {Wor- song.. REVIVALINTERDENOMINATIONAL
% 6:30 Worship *
I p. Jfvening
7:30: a.m.Wednesday7:00 Prayer'Meeting YOUTH
m. *
Training I'nion 6:15 PJH. Rev ship, 7:30p.
p.m., Choir: 7:30: p. m. Billy'Bryant Wednesday 7:30 p. In. Everyone A Better ;Bradford campaign ,.
Evening Woihrtp 7:30 P j Practice; 7:45 p.nu, Litany and pastor. v.elcome.Rev. H. R. Carter,I waged in 1934 took the form in 'of ,. ::1't.: .. I J !; :o'r.
PRAYER 31EKTING Bible- Study. iiHS of an endeavor to have .a :)
,Wednesday 7:30 P3L. KL.NGSUS7 LAKB Pastor. cleaner, better school.The student (
s.Nursery .HEILBRONN alit:/O: HAMPTON
.Open.. For All ..ServicesAf
r CHURCH Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morn CHURCH Seen Ole' BHS Spotless? Wefl I
s Cordialt"l ExtendedTo

.r All'- Who, Will. ome Worship With Ing Sunday Worship Schoor 11 10 a, a.m.m.Evening Morn- ing Service;
rs.: Worship 7:30 p. m. Training each Wednesday 1:30p.m.. Everyone m.Evening; service 7 p. m., and'Prayer Senior' personalities listed on .. "r, t| 1..1"-
Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. Mid- welcome.-Key. H. H. Mott, at 7:30p. the school page of the Feb. 23
J. H. Mabry, Jr. Pastor meetns every
Week Prayer Meeting, Wednes I pastor. 1?34'T lgraph were Chalie Mae
John White pastor.
day 7:30 pan. Faulkner, Benjamin Nelson i. 7:30 EACH EVENING
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH HOLINESS Faulkner. Mildred Eugenia Din-
I Premillerjiial Fundamental PENTECOSTAL CHURCH I Sins, Lacy Renfroe Futch, Jessie REV. JOHN TRUNDLE, Speaker *

FIRST BAPTIST .dnirch-St.t Missionar/ Seven miles south of Sunday School 10'a.. m.;'Mom-" Mae Dennison, and Idelle Clem- "

Starke on Hwy. 100. Merle Pack- ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic l'm., REV. RAY ROBINSON, Song Leader .

Rev. Lewis D. Haines Pastor ham pastor. services. 7:30 p. m.
Sunday School 10 a. m., Worship Wednesday Prayer Meeting Pupils of the fourth, fifth and MRS. LAURA TRUNDLE. Pianist
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town 11 a. m. Training Union 7 7:30 aixth grades took part in a poster -. '
p. m. Evening Worship, 8 p. m. p. m. contest depicting clean living.It .
Phones: Office .WO 4.6801Pastorium WO 9-2301 "(
Wednesday Prayer meeting _I CHURCH OF GOD was sponsored by Mrs. Alvarez.
7.30 p. m.Everyone. Morning health nurse, and was judged bya EVERYONE /INVITED TO ATTEND
SUNDAY SERMONS11:00 A.M.7:30 P.M. welcome. .Sunday School, 10 a. m.Sunday panel of seniors.

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:45 P.M. Worship Service 11, 7:45 a. m.p. m. :YPB Winner of the first prize. a .
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Evening : fountain pen. was Bernice Stanley -
Midweek LATTER DAY .SAINTS Service Wednesday, 7:45 p: un of the fifth grade. Honorable
Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Meeting Friday, 7:45 p.jm FIRST METHODIST" CIIRCH
Services each t Sunday in old Prayer WI'EY mention went to Cleone Kinchen.
A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU Masonic Hall on E. Call 81.-Sunday -LA m. Morn and Mary Loraine Stockwell of
10 a.
School' 10 a. m. 'Sacrament Sunday School Serv' the fifth>grade; and Jean Davis
AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH Service: 6:30 p. m. Everyone welcome. ing Worship, 11 a. m. YPE and Jenclle: Hutchings of the six- - 1
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ice Saturday. 7:30 p. m 0 -- -- -iil
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: Going OUT, OF "BUSINESS f,."l. ENTIRE.r l STOr :' Y .

? Come In Now. As You Will
Does Not Permit .
Space Us .
.' Never Again Have: An Opportunity -.- -
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To List Every Item We tIi I. To BUY FURNITURE

Have To Offer In This AT' ITS ACI'GREAT -



The Harry C. Elrod Furniture Co. is Going Out of Business and will move from Starke.

We intend to Sell Out to the Walls! Every item will be Sold at Our Cost in order not to

move >it to our Palatka Store. This must be done now as we have already leased our *

business: another local! firm. If you are going to need any furniture any time this
year you can't afford to wait and miss these Bargains. .


I. S. Mattress and Chrome Smoker 14.95. 9.71

Box Springs Set 59.95 41.28 LIDO LOUNGE 129.95 86.96 .

BOOK CASE 34.95 22.90 ;.' j. r -
Swivel Rocker 44.95. 28.84 "

BOOKCASE 29.95. 19.65 .
'.--- Swivel Chair 44.50. 28.69

)CEDAR CHEST 29.95. 15.90
Rattan Lamp 19.95. 12.29 .

6 9 Lin. Rugs 8.95 5.50 "
x 5 P R at' Sofa Suite 294.95Plastic 198.96
c. n -
<:,9 x 101.2 Lin. Rugs 11.95 8.00. :, _

,Platf'm Rocker 69.95 44.32
; 9 x'12 Lin. Rugs12.95 9.50 PPLIANCEors

71-2 x 9 Lin., Rugs 9.95 6.00 HIGH CHAIR 9.95. 6.85

HIGH CHAIR 15.50 10.20
VANITY LAMPS 3.49 2.28

VANITY LAMPS 4.50 2.35 5Pc. Dinette,Sets 69.95 42.50

Yd. Good Line leum yd 1.79 1.19 Piece $T.O :

Room Suite 249.95MAHOGANY 141.15
Dining -
END TABLE 9.95: 6.25 .

COFFEE TABLE 9.95 .6.25 ; t
r .Desk and Chair 59.95 40.50XrriLitV

CARRIAGE 22.50 14.75. Drjers
BABY Washers
Heaters -
ICHAIR J5so: 8.35 i -

PLAY PEN15.95; .
10.78BABYSTdtOLLER 16.78 '. 10.69 <*? ** "* **.. ? ] .. .
Chair 7.20 5.4Q -,' \
Childrens Training -
19.25 12.65

169.95 112.993Pc. NOW
3-Pc Grey B. R. Suite :

Set 39.95 -
Luggage .3-PcBiondeE.R. Suite!69.95 112.99
9.76'> "A >" *.. TV < _, t
RACK 14.95 -
3-Pc.Black and,Grey t '

Telephone Bench 21.50 1445 t ed Room'Suite\.J 199.95 127.42 r !

MIRRORS 9.95 6.25 Plastic Head Boards 7.95 4.97 f" .. .. ,

2-Pc. Brown Ware IRONING' RD 10.95 7.23 .

SOFA CLOTHES SUITED HAMPER r- 234.95 22.95 .. .158.79 14.66 BED.' SPRINGS 24.50. -16.76.- : AJ hARRY -C" t ELROD FURNITURE .COMPANY

__' PORCH ROCKER 9.95 <7.29. *
1.50 -* f
2.95 _
46.82 Rollaway Beds 47.95COMPANY- 31.10 ; -

Contour Chair 59.95 ..;..... .. : __ __ ,, Going Out Of Business SALE

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................................................. t Ire door. This effort is being as an LPN [licensed practical I 54 Florida sponsored; by the class so that a nurse and render a greater. service the City of Starke, Florida said chapter has ben filed i fallowsin .Oak Street on the West to Its in
COLORED in the Cir INTEREST TO rovidmg for a permanent registration I Knight Subdivision according tersecllon rigm
NEWS OF left with in the field of
fine gift may be nursing.
very i system opening and rioting Judicial Circuit in and for Bradford (I to plat thereof recorded in Plat <-t-way line of Seaboard Air Line
BRADFORD COUNTYBy the school before graduation. Thisis Private First Class John Givens of the registration books disqualification County Florida, seeking the I ISwk 2. Page. 21. public record of Railroad'on the East.
CITIZENS OF the post St. Patrick's Day ball has just returned from Nike Hercules nf electors: providing fora forfeiture of said property, and \ l.radford county Florida: and renouncing and claiming!
biennial purge of the election }ou are hereby directed and required I I. Fourteenth Street, running from any right of the City and the Full
Ozora J. ShellAkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA :;0 wear plenty of green.: Missle Base In Limestone. rolls; and providing for a publication to file your claim if any you 1! Anderson Junior Hi News Maine after ccmpleting advanced << <>f the list of registered< elect- 'have and show cause on or before I| se.tion with thf'"I't.rly right-of- the .confines of said street afore
. . & & & & & & & & & & a 1 AAAAAA I ors. the :50 day of March 1959. if nut I way line of Seaboard Air Line Rail described.Pated .
& -- A post-season basketball game i raining in missles. He will be on r and. !cave for 30 days after which he 5-5 4t :-%6I. and within twenty (2i; ) days! I. Fifteenth ;trot running from I n. 1959.it'OL'RT,
Division Success Yulee
Ruth Court Meeting Fourth was played fiom personal service if personally ...Oak Street' "n th.'etllt to its in- SEAM
Anderson where the boys held a will report for overseas duty served with process herein why the t..rtl..n with !
All members of Ruth Court Last Sunday Mrs. Pauline Marshall The Clrroll Court Of The 1IJIht..J.dl..lal .. said property should. not be forfeited th"t'I'tt"rl"! rightI. SJCarl John City ClerkJ
Givens .f-way of U
oraewhere in Germany. Seaboard Rail-
Jerichoare president of the Fourth Division dt-allock tie for the extra periods :: Circuit !a And For Brad- .1. pursuant to said ChapterShould Air Line
No. 18 of the Heroines of without of the American Legion and! finally lost by two points, plans to complete his high schoolwork ford (......,.. Florida.t Ian you fail to file claim asherein I j .
to meet :> MIX \
requested in Germany He has been directed judgment will be entered ;
fail Wednesday, March 18, 4 Auxiliary of the Eleventh District MJrry but the Junior Tigerettes RE. Forfeiture of the Following herein against:! you in due 1
Hall on ourneyed to Dunnellon where lost, too. All persons enjoyed the taking advanced courses in math- Described Property: course. Persons not personally served LOCAL MANAGER FOR
p. m. at the Masonic ematics which is essential to the I One 1950 Cht''rol..td'od sedan..i with process may obtain a ropy
of importance jr>e set up a new unit. The charterwas game and the "hop. filed ('I
Brownlee Street. Business Serial Xo. 8HKI- f.lS94, Motor Xo. of the Petition for forfeiture :
have to presented by Commander Practice is being held for the technical training involved in, KAI>-$ 964l1; One Briggs & Straiten herein from the undersigned Clerk -!
fail not as we missles. He is the only of Mrs. Homart Court. *1 ttff 1
"Womanless Wedding" which 'will\ son gasoline motor with 01
314, Starkein
of Post
make plans for Palm Sunday. We Julius Royal Elizabeth J. Given teacher of water pump. Serial Xo. 25554.:: 8 100 WITNESS my hand and seal of I Jim
Grand : the absence of the Fourth Division be presented by the PTA-Hobby -:b. Butane gas cylinders; one 16- the abuve mentioned Court, atStarke ; Walter Corp."World's
are nearing the time for Commander Stafford Sapp.Jr. Club on April 6. We are making special education at RJE and foot I>ura Craft aluminum boat Bradford County. Florida, l
Lodge and must elect delegatesfor manager of the Reno Theatre. Serial Xo. 9K''11.: One Mercury! Mark this 4 da.f- March. A. O. U;',. .
this announcement early because
Please take heed to Other.members accompanying 35; outboard motor Serial Xo. tCOURT SEAL) !
same. the Division president; were: Mrs.I. more men are needed'to completethe CHURCH NEWS SJ2517:: : One Mercury Mark C out- CHARLES \. PAP.DY, I
this call it is a "must" from board Serial Xo. 1053011: Clerk Circuit Court
as motor :
the Most Ancient Matron Sophia I .. M. Royal, president of unit bridal party according to Mvunt Moriah Methodist Church t Two Hundred pounds of wheat bran. Hv :Marian U Crosby, \ Largest Home 'Builders"WILL
asked to 314; Mrs. Corean McNeil, second President Linwood Crawford. Mount Moriah Methodist I CTTAT10\ Deputy Clerk
Royal. All members are 3-1J
of- vice-president; Mrs. Sophia Royal Soloist and other participants are Church Rev. H. J. Blunt, pastor THE STATE OF .'LORITO) : 3.5: Jt
report on time, especially the Victor O.: Ponn, Route. 1, Box :39y I
ficers. Chaplain; Mrs. Mary Lee Frazier urgently needed to make this held service all day last Sunday Gainesville.i Florida. :Notice Of doption Of Ke..la .
rehabilitation chairman. wedding a success. All patrons and starting with Church School at \V H. Smith Starke. Florida ? ('U, t'e.nrlt Of Oly OfMarke. i
Final Report On :March Of Dimes I II invitedto AND ALL PERSOXS. FIRMS AXDCORIORAT1OXS Florida Online Port i... l
friends in the county are
I Call :Meeting J JO a. m. Bro. Robert Dell in
OwXIN(:, HAVIVC nf I mined Platted Mret and I)i_
Chairman L. M. Royal: wishes I According to President L. M. participate.Don't charge. Love Feast was held at 11a. OR ('1\n.IIXc; AV INTEREST rlalmiBK lay Right Of Citymi EACH THURSDAYAT

r to thank all persons who made Royal there will be a call meet- forget the St. Patrick's m. and Holy Communion at 7 IX AND LIEN OX THE A- The Public. \nd. To The. iJiad I
I. ltVE DE;<;('IUREH PROPERTY l.i Kllfcln; The ( ...fi..* There-
the Polio Drive a success. Special .ing tonight of the members of Day.Dance at Kelly's Nite Limit. p. m. You And Each Of You are hereby .f. ...
thanks to all the principals and i Post 314 for the purpose of com- Music will be played by Little All members are asked to get notified that the ibo\e described TO WHOM IT MAY COXCERXXotiie : I

school personnel and persons in pleting comfort articles for the Johnny Ace and his Honey Drippers into the spirit of the Easter rally j iy property virtue has of been Chapter seized,,1;%under. }o'ioridatatutt' and Marih :5.II'i ii:hereby. in accordant given/: that with on STARKE HARDWARE CO.

the community who assisted in tick in several hospitals. Mrs. Tuesday night March 17. and do your best. One of the efforts !' of 19".. and is now in the 1-iw. the City Council of the Shy .
the Mother's March that was led Wear of and bringa possession:! of the Hoard uf ('ollntyCommis"lori..rs {.Starke.. Florida., adopted a Resolution
Lee Frazier, rehabilitation plenty green
This Mary on this rally will be "The of this County and closing vatating and a- .t 12:30 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M.
DY Mrs. Margaret chairman is asking cooperationof shamrock. Music Hour" on Monday March
gtoup collected $32.17. We regret all members for this activity.It Get ready to eat with the children I 16 featuring the Spiritual Echoesof I I 9

that we did not have peanuts and i' is also time for you to buy in grades 1 to 5 on March Pleasant Grove and Starke when you needRELIABLE I For Call

suckers to sell this year which! Easter Seals to help the hospital 25 because they are havnig a Box and the Bradford County Adult Appointments

would have increased our total program of American Legion a- Supper. Plenty of good food fun Education Community Choir. JACKSONVILLE -- EV 7-1141 Collector

and brought us nearer the quota. i i cross the nation. Members of Unit ;and music. Don't eat at home; These groups are under the direction GAS. SERVICETHINK

The following reports were made !314 wil contact you so that you have supper with the pupils in i of Clarence DeSue and STARKE WO 4-5311

by schools: Wateroak. $11.16; I may purchase Easter Seals. the first five grades. Ozora Shell, respectively. You

Hampton, $12.92; Thurston Record Hop Don't miss the basketball game cannot aford to miss this battleof OF "
SLADE GAS /fCs A Quality Home .
$1569; Anderson Jr. Hi., $71.39; The senior class of RJE will tonight between the RJE and An- gospel songs. A real song feast

HJE, $167.97 including money present a record hop on Friday, derson faculty. There will be a rill; be yours if you attend. It's A Jim 'Wailer Home"
from Mother's March, making a March 20 featuring Art Morgan l.reliminary student and former
Other features will include or- TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP
grand total of 279.13. In behalfof and his recordings most frequently student game. The general pub- OTHER OFFICES:
tinal by Sister Cassie Dell
Mrs. Edward Dmkms our county played over radio station lic is cordially invited to attend and daughter, Blondeva and oth- PHONE WO 4-3551 OCALA GAINESVILLE -, PAI.ATIAI
chairman and all the chapter WOBS Jacksonville. All teen- C. Johnson, reporter C. C. Anderson -

members we wish to again thank agers and lovers of Boogie and principal. ers.
jou for your contributions. L. M. Bop are invited to attend. A, Shot To Death Mrs. M. E, Roberts will serve as
Mistress of ceremonies. There will
Royal, divisional chairman. email: admisison will be asked at Mrs. Emma Blocker Haynes of ..,,4Ij -.T- -. -
be no admission charges at the

Hampton was fatally shot on door but you are urged to bring .
Sunday while trying to settle a along a large piece of silver. Vera
family brawl.. She is the motherof fRe'ire-i Mattress" Month
FOR EVERYWORTHWHILE Coleman. reporter. I O3d-

wn.Clcra She B.was Clark a faithful also of memberof Hamp Abiline Baptist Church Putnam .' -

Macedonia Baptist Church

USE Rev. C. L Johnson, pastor. She Abiline Baptist Church Putnam '

has been a native of the community Hall Rev. C. A. Crum pastor We

for 72 years and has rendered have just, returned from a very ::3'

much service, having lived to become successful Missionary Conventionat
Furniture a great-grandmother. Hugh- which time our pastor preached y;

es-Chestnut Morticians are in for the closing session last ,.
: .
Signature charge of funeral arrangements Sunday. Rev. Crum set the church :

which will be announced later. afire. There was not a dry eye Snnhb

Auto Due to this untimely death in the I male or female.
community the regularly scheduled II I If you are interested in hearing -

/ Real Estate PTA meeting was not held "Echoes from Heaven" visit Abi- .. -

b ut will be called at a later date. line Church on Sunday March 15, _

LOANS UP TO $600 Visits Mrs. Trudie Parents Durham, president. where day starting services with will Sunday be held Schoolat all _

Mrs. Rosetta Rutherford of New 9:30 a. m. Morning worship at "

OWN Haven. Conn. Visited her mother,! J1 a. m. evening worship at 7 p. ______

Mrs. Essie Holland of Starke re- m. Take a Joy Ride of 17 miles

T cently. She was accompanied by for Heavenly Joy at the friendly
her husband. While here she Abiline Baptist Church that ;is t6Le4'

FINANCE CO. visited the adult education class eing led by a local minister. M Y,
(In Tuesday night taught by Prin- Visitors are always welcome. Missionary 7 I

cipal Thcmpkms at RJE. She was meeting will be held at

IlIV.. Call St. Starke, Fla. greatly impressed with the pro- 3 p. m. Come out and hear the report '_ t I) ,/. _-4 -;
gram and complimented the principal from the convention. A_ :- -b _

Phone WO 4-9091 I on the fine attendance 'and Pleasant Grove Methodist Church '

the interesting program. Mrs. !;
Pleasant Grove Methodist
Holland is a local mid-wife andIs f.ge&'s
Church Rev. H. J. Blunt, pastor
studying in the adult-education
will hold regular pastorial services
rvoeram so that she can qualifyGOODYEAR
all day beginning with Church

School Supt. Leo DeSue in

al1 / I IeX I charge. Morning worship at 11 a. r. / .1

O ; : m., 3 p. m. there will be a musi- .

cal program featuring outstanding ..
'UI1jy soloist, singers and speakers .! d

Ccme out and enjoy this great Ii : :
o ;
... I program. At 7 p. m. Greater Bell t .. -j f ;

of Brooker. Rev. H. J. Blunt pastor ,i.
will have charge of the ser- ,

r. ices. This is the day to close out ;: 4 I '
our $700 rally. We are asking all

members to make reports to captains .

so that we can go over the\

top.We ::4
are glad that Sister Miriam
I ;
Tyson is home and doing fine 'sr
after having spent several days inDoctor's :
WHITE Hospital under the supervision '. '- 'C Ar ,

of Dr. Houpt. She is /
grateful to the staff and friendsfor
1 ;' tt the courtesies and kindness

shown during her hospitalizationand
iif&JJ7iF illness.

t.' at the lowest Irene Kelly reporter Pleasant
r Grove will present a play in the

interest of the rally on Friday
in c
price years March !3, entitled "Hell's Fire"at

., RJE auditorium. The general
public is invited to attend. At the !
Priced lower 9 5 3 p. m. program mentioned above i .
than manyblackwalls the: guest speaker will be Miss A.

$ B. Anderson, teacher of first grade !
lesser plus tat aidreupptM ; 4t Anderson Junior High Lawtey. tr .i
of i* rr 7" r
lilt The feature at 7 p m. will be the ,
quality (- Spiritual Echoes. The general -

public is invited to attend and is RENEW YOUR REST WITH THE.
Size 6.70 x 15 tube-type-fits always welcome. May Bell Dell, "
reporter. r .. -- .
most pre-1957 models of Ply w Ebenezer Baptist Church THEM ALL ,

mouth,Ford,Chevrolet,Hudson, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Rev. J BEST OF . J__

E. D. Robinson, pastor will hold
Nash StudebakerWhat .
regular services on Sunday starting '

Whitewall! And what a pried with Sunday School at 10 a. 'j / .J

of the high price m. Supt. Henry Bryant charge;
Take luxury out she .
Other low-pteed popular morning worship at 11 a. m. .

bracket Full, 3-T Triple-Tempered Evening services at 7 p. m. at J I

Cord construction. Fun action-traction Sin; 7.lOa15 nb.- which time we will close the ral:

Coodyear's exclusive Stop-Notch type.model ft*of mo Buick!pr Nosh-19S7 $1795from '"/ iy. All members are urged to pay 11.1- ">'1; ., ,, -
Od) .Mwcury.PoidKK. to captain that '
NOW at this assessment your .
Tread. Dress up your car H..ch <::. :
this drive will be a success. All 1.i
do9r>}Go-earth price.Drive members are asked to be on duty t.. ..

Sin 7.60 itS M>*- for God an day, fail us not. Sis FIr!
for typ,fits t prl957 "
on WHITES, models :f ChrytUr, $1995 Panel English reporter. .
DtSoto. Snick. Olds, ." "IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT"Denmark "
Hudson, Mtrcvry are being made by Rev.
a LOW *I2 5 a week! Packard.GOODMAN'S:. Robinson and Rev. Lee to organ-

ize a Fellowship Hour each Third I I

Sunday afternoon. All churches

and members interested are ask-

ed to meet at Ebenezer at 3 p. m. Furniture Co.

so that it may be discussed and

the financial plan explained .
krvice Station
which will be beneficial to all

Free Delivery OF STARKE Ffee'De/iVery
S. '301 at South City Limits NOTICE OF LEGISLATION A i-i.x m._-
;- :
Notice is hereby riven of intention
to apply to the 195J Session of the R _. I I
:: Florida Legislature for passage of ) .
;; an act to amend Sections 52, nand -- I