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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 1, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Victims Of Grade Crossing Crash ;/ -"1 -. : ,I _


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!. A I.ake Buthr"f.t..r n of the K"re n Uar and at> atr l'lit .r. .' h i<" -u-dY.fi v*-1
.. rushed a".dnangted peared :o s1o.as if he w.... ) -
f. njur : n. t ar- .
t. ,'e Oth grade :>choolgirl becameii' ms numfr- 'Ir and
l leg* Mss {)<,b:>or. d.ed trYing to stop then spurted irieai 434 rt
lye in a ,Aeries of tragic accidents that wrought rteatn t> f. e
i* tr.e result of a broken neck as if the youth decided he t 'I.d _
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; lf'r.onon Bradford County highways ,n a ;O-da> period : b
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Lemuel Tr,. your.g veteran and his com- bring it to a in tns- ,
and
Jean JobJn 15
Shirley avoid a collision and chust
;ion were on their way to a .
i' ranklin < Frank) Hutchison 20. \\--re fatal- pai stead to make a desperate .' *
(Ian:>' at Keystone Beach pavilion
I h last Friday night when the autr .
injurnl *'hi, the accident occurred. Witnesses tempt to beat the train (a< .. $4J'i -
) driven Hutchison collided Witi a
4 "lobile by state that the slow-moving The engine struck the 1 le- ,It

aboard Air Line freight train at t h.- Bland Tftgh' engine pulling six carloads of the car full force and tirlij;:,, :

r 'Ig spur line crossing on Highway !10
.. "r Starke. rturur.g operation on the Camp Both passengers remain-! .r II

.. The girl died within minute.-* aft" r the % tiantLing: res.iauon blew its tangled wreckage of the: >' II

t' lA'hIS'to' for several minute* before until removedDobs
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('t"a. h. but Hutchison livni until J am

Thursday. He dinl) ,n Ala -hua Genera) Hew. eai_ 'nuig th > : .sa.ngme fl. ..r AO.b, ,". f't)

Illtal whert he \\ > 'aKen after the an'iden? iiutihisun 'neoer .! fn- raiu 'ew Con ,n if
lAU) news of trim-smashed autt.mnr>il<- in \\hi< h a l.ikr Uutler% IH>\

and cirl lost tanr hve list turtl.1t left hit tangled \> rtxkasi' is _

....''n .till resting on >,\L spur line t1':1I'1.> after fat.'Oil t-.>lliion. in 'tured

p BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH at right! interior of the tittered ,ar after >oung couple had hven r.- I

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I 10 PAGES TillS WEEK Official County Publication Established In 1879 SINGLE COPY lOc :NKKVI.: :'tIi: \ l't'O: for I. muel Franklin HuUhivin will N- held' ...a- -

Saturday atternoon at 2 o'clock! in the Lake hailer Methodist Churtti -
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RiD\i.: - \\ith \if\ \\ ini.i i. Coficld oUlrittin!:. Burial! will follow in Kli: ,
\OLl'MK: : SEVKXTY-FOl'R STARKE. FLORIDA M\V 1, 1933 :MMIUU: IOKTI-1\\0 > (1\alK'1 'I-J
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Spuds Flood i Joe Hill Williams 1 Last Home Game Town Baseball I I Minor Confesses TAKES .NO HOLIDAY ;.r; __

B ackOnOldiob I Considered Lhes lost "n Bradford ('ount
Being : ) highways in S0-d. p.'rl.>d:

Brooker Market I Of fBllSNine'o 1 1'xn 12 Entries Into I II March 26-I'redTII.. Wimpy', :'.-.ar- M resident of tlra- .1

; Joe Hill Williams of SUrke and I Plans are under way to field a liam, killed at isAF grade no.lnnt"ir/ iraham.

l L ake Butler received his baseball team this I jk
commitsion ;' sea.-wii
\prH| 6-.Junt'i > Culiuiihus ('N'\\'', 43, :
I as Assistant States Attornev Set For and: anyone interested in plav.r.g Tampa;
Berries Hold On It Friday I Business Places i KeOlner Cn-Hs. ::l, Tampa:
II t for the Eighth Judicial Cm'uit on is urged to contact Mac MiGnti Killed in truck-auto '
nllisiun .
I April 22 His appointment by I Jack Smith or Bill Epps. 1..e OU" 301 near
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Irish potatoei were Mr Big 0111'|'(Jovernoi Dan McCarty was recently The T' inadoes wind up the.r The promoters think there is n- >:>,! ot the Tuesday lawtej.

the Bradford scene this wetk with confirmed b\ the Senate regular heduled home game to-I plenty of material available for night breik.-ij! ; and entering of April 2j; -'shirlex J.-an |Iiit'.un ).'). Lake. But! ir;

the Rrooker State Farmers Mar- !' Thus after a years lapse, Mr night ( Fruliv) when they met I Starke to have a creditable team I I downtown bu.siruss houses was U-niiit-l Franklin llutihivm, 20, Lake hut icr;

kei reporting nales (.f 15.!I'j) bags Williams i.s back in the post he I,Gainesville. High on the lo 'al diamond and it Is planned to play wIth In-I j sohed this week with the arrest Kill,il at S.\1. grmff crossing on Ilighuax. ','00. '.hlfl..1.,..111 I.id-.in

Inhe h'day period. Apr. 20-2H held for about 13 >ears Erie This I is a switch game as .dependent hiatus this season in of a 16-year-old boy who confessed -

Uirh P"f'lI< : averaging $l.5) per Grlffis of Macdenny was appointed the last tune these two runes met !O ld..!' that night games may be I| to thefts from 12 plates I Negro Loses Hand In 301 CollisionAs
they pliyed in Gainesville becausethe
bag gnwi-rji in the Hrooker area : in April 1952 by ex-Governor, staged l.t-re with menibt of during the past few wevks Ho !iI Partin Elected
I I home damon l was under water I
rr-elvet$ around $22.V: >0 for their' Fuller Warren to succeed Mr \an 'a Ie tgllt'Talent .- said there was no particular reason -
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I Ed Teston pitched the I'.HS Semi Rams Rear End Of
8-day lIul Put It I la estimated that II I Williams. However as the Legislature : boys to a 5-1 victory then. anj for the bulk of the jobs being '!I, Pickup

the t U about one-third done on Tuesday nights he just Post Commander
crop was not then in se-sslon. ,
will be !
the starter tot4'night's DeweHlollks
probably '
4S-\ear-oii'
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harvested Grlffis'; appointment could not be' Sought 1 happened to do the first one on a'' I truikwo <' 1/.1\ .-l'.ng north anda
i t contest. i negro became on more in a'
Starting Wednesday nhht'the iimfiimed by the Senate and was I II I, Tuesdav and then waited a week I third tar passing at the timeprevented ,
formidable '
Pins will have chance to list of highway !
a witness ca.stiai- .
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potato grading and washing maI oNl c.nU until a new 'I IwIll before trying It again and so L rich from swingingto 11 s 1'.lIdl1 .Ir.B 11--:
I appointI I the district tournament which' on'l tiThe cs here in recent weeks when i the left pnnupal ,b eleited t .
: For Lions Show I to avoid Command
24-hour-per-day a collision *
hine went on a j ment <'' tt
with the be played here Monday 2l-t::;: a hand as the result ofan t of Jones-Lang fot White I'o- 'at.
tuhedule to keep up t the Industrial<<1 ( reform) School Damage to the pickup was
Teams entered in the district a.f accident about two miles southof
flood! of spuds pouting into the I I miths ago after serving II estimated at $100. and to the1larger The American Legion at its incciing
I lolles, Fletcher Green ConHa..t- Lawtey U. S
When the ('ISt'1I Kid otti iallupens \ on 301 last Friday held in the Legion home Tu--
Brooker market i I h- ..n ,i sentence from Ala- truck at $100 ;
at ings, Kett rl1nus. St. Joe of St the Lion s flub! Talent show morning. day night
handled
Other produce i 'Flying High' and the lowls. A sub- 1 \ lie recently moved The The colored workers were spilled
Augustine
Brooker Included 4SUi ha.n'pt'rlll t ;i next Friday night at Menu. : mishap occurred when a 51 : Other Legion officers el- lcd i
IK' "' 'i his parents. all over the highway as the
to be tractor ,
played on May and pick-
group game
semi-trailer
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driven bvV W
of I'rINk- i Stad:urn he will initia'e i Iln were: T. Coiam Jr. I-if'
> beans: tSll hampers I Inl"rk 14 will eliminate all but four i. :'i his confession, \ F. Lynch of Tampa, I up was swung around by the impact Vic
tjole r raising project triaL us unique crashed (Commander Ben Susiuw
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and hampers
squash few Plays 2 Nights teams, which will bitlle each other I small! towns since al: m, '", ". ponce reports he into the rear end of a Chevrolet Brooks received compound I Second Vice-Commander; T <
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beans A 'Ul'ulllbl'n'lare for a right to represent thu district -j raised will remain in I'h' i"IU'S Garage twice pick-up driven bv C A. Crum I,(I fractures of his left hand necessitating Hazen Jr. Finaiue Off ei I K.4 ,

also beginning" move I I"FI'lng in the State Tourney to b r 1 1.( Gas twice Quig- Starke negro The I i' amputation Anotheinegro ,,:
Outside talent be- Stone
munity wiceire pickup Historian (Charles S. II u'
Total! texenue to grow en- I High", the all-local I held June 10. &. : <, itwice. the school l longed to L. G | : Fred Goodman. 42, received i
Powell
the fer.
Brooker market for l talent no money from pro Starke : Sergeant-At-Arms.. John < ;"d i
through the comedy is being presentedThursday Last Friday night EHS had a, injunes to his
I dill.! once each into turpentine I I spine, pelvis left
20vaa l I ot the show. The Csej" operator and wascarr'in | win, W II Graham and Jet> ti I
he 8-day [It'rIOsince' Apnl and Friday nights. Apr I l little trouble tumbling Wilhston services are being .',..1"e. sv. etshop! the Starke Laun- a load of negro workers: elbow, and left knee. Both were I Gay executive committeem
\ 110.37650Berries. 30. Mat 1. in the USO auditoriumat 15-4.. but I'KY of Ounesville set [taken
to
.:. illvaw and to Alachua General HosIpital
Ward Baking ConpaT) in conjH..' r s Plumbing Shop. the woods. -j Partin Graham. Mike (;ilhool K
IU c'k 8 pm. The production is the locals down !1
Come I with an !S31c-! .
I I I II tion with a juvenile ret'reation tht.1 W White residence Offucis Crum said he signalled for aright j jI.vnt'h land A J ThiJTiias Jr were 1'1t' td
nonsored bv the
mild : Starke Garden
Strawberries staged .a Club ,I k I ton Tuesday night !j program it u sponsoring. e.st nated the amount oftho turn onto the Saxon graded was charged with failure I delegates and Coram. Suslou
for the
omebark on the Starke Farmers the beautifuation benefit fund of its county i I Kd: Teston went all th"a\ | Lion President John A. Torodei goods, taken at around $200, road, but Lynch saId he rouldnt to hah:;s vehicle under control ,.i John Grew and T M F nlt'\ alternates
Market this week During against Williston, giving up but : but said the boy's acts of vandal- tell what Crum '
intentions to the
i stated that he is grateful for the were ant \\.h rl't'/b.j! Department ( 4444
week Apiil\ 22-29. 492 crates were I The prologue to the play will two hits. Teston was not up to ism in the places he entered did from the upon posting
i cooperation being received by the : signal he gave Both $10*) ?.t'fl bon.l \ention to be held in Orlando 01;
sold a wide price range from I mclu.le! children from both grade par however, as he issued 13 tree I more damage than the goods i I I I May 22-21

$UO to $1075 The week's berry I and high school in a stirring passes to first base, but he was I iccrrmittees arranging the show. stolen. -- -

receipts totaled $2.93232. bring patriotic opening followed by the I I in control of the game throughout.1 I Top prizes to be awarded include He was apprehended when picked FBI Assists Probe Of $$2,500 Loss !I eommand the r-c'le1 appointment Partin of A anflounied I

ing the season's gross to 1 Kiddie! Circus and many specialty His team mates banged out 12 hits $25 defense bonds. and thereaie I
i up in Lake Butler on suspicion! Thomas Jr as Post Serv'in- offirer t
$76.45163; for the 11,712 crates acts I against Fugate, the starting pitcher many other prizes arranged to

Isold In Starke this season I Action of the play takes place and Fant. who relieved him after that each participant will receive i by the time Sheriff of his John arrest Whitehead he was rid At From Santa Fe Co.'s Melrose Office

Starke handled a light \'olunwof in the ; four and a third innings Xum- an award It is expected that
I lobby of a small town hotel I ing a bicycle stolen from QUIgley
Irish potatoes fc60 hampers, at |railed Purdy's Iast itesort Jebll'urdy I lerous errors Williston fielders more than 25 local boys and girls i Davis, Speaker Describes

$1 ::5 to $1W total receipt I is the owner and also town(aided the Tornadoes, but the localscommitted : will participate in the show, including The boy will! be orPlul ned to the I I eluding Sonic $2 :00 m quirmen'. inSanta F., is fin.in'l by federal Fishing In Scotland
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were miscues them: ehes adding machines
Si 161 75 Beans ported such familiar tvpe- funds
names as through the
constable. Guests at Rural Elect11-
the
41. bushels at from $2 to $325.4 j include Boomer I... hotel Johnny Kopelousos DeWUyne JoAnn Smith, baton twirler: Industrial S ( Barnsmeller. of time
Twenty hamper \ Elder and Sidney Jackson each : length were taken from the Melrose
$1.11600 .
Jerome
renD
\ielding Edwards B
White
i on an Irportant secret mission i trumpeter: general
colleted three hits. manager i i Dr W T Martin i.f
of sold at from $2 to : Susie tral office of the Santa Fe Teleof pastci
squash .from Washington, and Mrs'Augusta Broadway, dancer; Dons the Melrose offre. termed the '
&W: I' Van The locals outhit PKY. but poor Parker and Tom Slide \'ocah"t"an : Navy Carnival phone Co. some time Sunday night theft a "professional job", >the First presbxtenan Chur"t'Tallahassee 1 I.
Sncenngton.,: who I is
:
amused memb'!'s I.4 :
base cost them lots of by thieves who
week at rtinnmjt \ pned the lock off The
the Prescott
for and Bill ForsUhe thieves forced
Total teietpts looking for a rich husband. I' open a safe the Starke Club
Rotary Uedn
$:',2,11 r. runs's Larson. PKY's topI 1 trick riders and This WeekendThe the front door to gain entrance and also -
ole Starke market were Other : a trio and accoTpamst damaged a CO<'a-Cula ,
characters include :Mary I I pitcher was touched for 11 elf n consisting of L awte'fVirginia \ to the building A small amount machine, but failed to get the'day with a humorous account < '
.on Milford. Jeb's granddaughter,, base hits, two for doubles : the difficulties of indulging III .1
| going Greer Gavle Moore Mal of cashestimated at less than money out of the latter.
mammoth 3rd Annual
Hi-Y And Alvarez: i Vi boy fnend Ted Sterling and I.and one triple. Delano Thomas i NavyCharity bit of fishing in Scotland
breezv I 'igie I McClellan, and Jackie Harley Carnival opened Thurs- $200was also taken I Santa Fe is a cooperative enterprise -
gnl friend. Betty Green;;;: liked the fast balls pitched up by" Dr. Martin spent two >'MI I'
I ; I Mayor J Wamwntht has declared day at the Green Cove Springs 4 Sheriff W, J which plans eventually to .
Win Opening Oibhv Hopkins. the town gossip;;; Liraon and banged out two doubles I l Revels of Putnam that country on a fellowship .-. .hlh.I

Titus IMnchem. the j Ual Ph>'locVi. ;;'I J and one single while Buck, Mas to be Sight Conservation Naval Station and will continue 'l County said yestenla-. that he supply telephone service to rural I {working on his doctor's
Softball Games 0 is trying to cheat Mary Lot i I II But'k was hitting three singles Day in Starke since fund Is; I thrQugh Saturday. Proceeds will called in the FBI tt. as--' .n the area 2 "On and sTall|) communities ln and met with elaborate ron pitions '! < ,<

m.1 l Jab out of their properuind ;; Thomas started on the moundtor l raised by the Lions will be used 'go to local. state national. and :...tl1 I due t.> in-. fIt t that a,ng Meliose quare mile area burroundinvestif | when he attempted t'> injuulge

:- the colored maid Bi>ulah the Tornadoes but was relieved I in Us project of providing glasses I Navy chanties I In one of his favorlt (ioit-

In the ,iperuM of the lounty softball The cast by Teston after four and two- for underprivileged children I Elaborate preparations have -fishing It seems the K' t'''sjrake
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follows
ion W..tlut's.lUy is as : Jt'bPurity. I Guard Continues I Mail I
1'1' petit :
) loague 1 ScheduleFff ,
1I I Ed Simpson; BettGreen, thirds innings Thomas couldn'tfind !l In a statement to the Telegraph I been made to provide entertainment quite a ritual of what in
10de)
night Ili-Y won a -.1 I Hazel Phillips; Mary Lou Milford, the plate and walked 11 men this week State Senatoi. for all age groups and adequate i I this country u a simple hobby and
wIth'Le MeGee 'I' I Weekend
'sion over I..awtey I In \ookie Fowler! ; Ted Sterling Paul;| hit two batsmen but only gave ufI > Charley E. Johns said "I want t free parking and amuse- :i Jaunts tup Apnl 26 and until :,1 prospective fisherman must lav

pit 'hing for the winner i 'Raxmond; Titus Pinchem. Durel!I I': two hits ind struck out nine mer i : to take this means of wholeheartedly ,ment for the large CroWdS: attending i i I I further notice th.. mail scheduleat lout several hundred dollars fur

the second game.: ,Aharez swamped thanks: I Key: ProtO Barnsm Ili'r. Tin%. before being relieved. endorsing this proprarr I Prizes and special Local National Guard. T n will the Starke post office will be t.h.proper weanng apparelx

Camp Ulanding 36-4. ol t!: Guertin; trs'an Sneenngtoni P K Yonge scored four run ir! ''as our local Lions Club is doing., /awards will be given away ;I return to Camp Blanding this I as follows: Derisive equipment and pe! n.I'-'>
urgel to the expert pitching throughout the carnival as an weekend for a Command Post exercise before he can "wet a hook
:
the second wonderful ;
i Crete DKon: Robert Van Sneer-. inning on two hits, bul ta: lob in sight conservation -
Bill Err: j melon III. James Alvarez : had a three-run filth inning tc J for children of the county'I added attraction. I designed to provide practical -,' Mail Train The speaker was introdu('ed bW "
Round .
Right games will be played in L 'I 4euUh PottN Margaret Miller:,: I put the game on ice. The locals i and I sincerely hope that the peo-: | The internationally famous:I' outdoor training for all officers ,,. Brooker-for: (los. Depart( 'I H Graham who had chargeof

the first half of the schedule Gabby Hopkins Ruth Broadway I I j scored i one run In the second. third,, pie of Bradford County turn ouli ,.1 Great i.1I Curran will provide free and enlisted personnel of LaCrosse the program..

The winner will play the winner i and fourth innings. Teston in hi i en" masse to see the Cisco Kid I : enteretamment twice daily with his!('I the Regimental and Battalion I So. bound 7 a.m. 7 a-m A new mecrber G T Huggm

af the setond half in a game orlun 1! two and one-third innings gave t'pno i and this juvenile talent show as s !'spectacular aerial act high in the ,;Heldquarters Corpames. Service I county agricultural agent was

:3H that will decide tlu. Middleburg ChurchTo hits walked three, and struck; I know they will receive mart I air. In addition there will be a Company. and Medical Company (Tr 7) 0:12 am. 9:2 a.m presented hls pin at this meeting

.hampionsihipVednesda Have Homecomingi rout fne'I I than their money's worth and th. variety of professional animal of the 124th Infantry Regiment. KeystonePalatka

\ \ night. Ma\ 6. Ala I 'and fun shows. Featured rides Singing ConventionAt
The game with Macclenny, ons- process will go to a wonderfu]I' : The problem will provide for etc.
\ > z IS sUti tll meet III-Y irhe i The Middleburg! Methods: !t inally scheduled for here cause" will include aerial swings ferris 10:30 a.m 10:39 a.m
Tuesday and staff in
i icoTmand: training Bayless HighwayThe
( first game at 7; :30. whi Lie Church will hold its annual home- night, will be I wheel pony ride kiddie boat ride ;' Sampson 12:15 pm 12:15 pm
played in
Macclennjtas : r | Lion Wm Kronenberger saic: operational duties: initial installation Lake Butler
Camp Blandmg :and Slade will!I coming on Sunda\ Ma 3. marking 1 and others. Special on all
> hue prices
I they a new field for bony! that the club also had the en1 -' i! and continuous maintenance Lake Bradtort1-t"nl'n filpn
'lash in the nightcap at 9 106 years of continuous st'rv.kt's The locals : ndes will be offered to school City.
from
games Mac-
won Convention
1 will Ihl'
i dors Tr.t of the Rotary Club. of all channels of communication meet with
The ..hedule for ThuiMaMa ReT E Ray. pastor foit ilennhere a couple of AeeJt (children on Saturday etc 350pm: <:()) p.m.
ageI > the Elks Club Chamber of Commerce during an offensive situation: for- BailesJ Highway Baptist ChUfT'hon
is HI.'S CATp Blandmg ai t the past 12 >ear>. has announces I 15 12Red I and Dr A Y Covington The Navy Station will hold open ward displacement of command Northbound Sunday Mat 3. for the annual

30 Slaii9 Lautey at 9 that Dean Walter J Matherh o'f i .j{house on Saturday from 1 to 6 Southbound and basket dinner
county health officer ,post during daylight hours, establishment HoTecomi&g:
tV of Florida Schooof jpm, when Tr 8> 52 pm 5:59: ,
Um\ersit I visitors will be taken p.m The will

Farm Bureau Notice Business Admmstration wil, Cross Nears and Admission all will be from 20c and 40(: | on a guided bus tour of the pierr ,I rear and area operation installations of regimental -, Northbound ''at 10:30 all-day am. program Everyone interested begirt
proceeds the
show I
SouthboundTr
speak at the 11 am sentc, n. I area to see the "Mothball Fleet"J : in is cordially
will be placed in i iconrrand post and rear area security gospel singing
Hie Biadford Count FarnBureau that a basket dinner will be V! a special fun The Bradford High School I 91) 9:00 pm 10:55 pm invited
will Jon the church grounds follow- of the local Lions Club and use. <' Band will carnival ,,
t! meet FrutaMay Iai <1953 Fund Goal I play at the on
for purchasing glasses for thc)s I? I j Warrant Officer A L. Crosby.Jr. .
the The will be
t< p'1 i-\ the covrthouse program i I Friday students I
who ca-yiot afford them I transported to Green Cove Springs .. unit administrator reports Scouts Win/ 3 Firsts At Festivaln I

A JSi-O collection was turned i in Navy buses and will be sened I several recent enlistments in the

TO TilE CITIZENS OF BRADFORD AND UNION into the Bradford County Red Cancer I supper aboard ship at 6 pm I company and several more are -
I COUNTIES Cross Fund this week b>' the Tag Day Bands from other schools will also,'expected within the next few days Stark"B'.; S" -i. Trvjp 70'':I \ :ed l 'II !h.1 event and tll'kf'I'I :,

negro schools of the counts as Nets $75 For FundA be featured during the eventJarvis I Among the recent enlistments won awards three (,f 'r.? f.:?hf first pnzej I i '! ;ty fJ4' p'ireh"d trorrrout an"

& Senator and )lrs. Charley Euene Johns the drive approached the 100 percent Field. site of the annual I were Joe S Jackson. Lane M in the AiahuaFestival Diltr' I I SI foVC

request the honour of your presence mark. Mrs Jumus M Szr.th. total of $75;; was raised in the .camivil is located on Highway: I j GoodmanVm E Stanley. Leslie held in the ORC inGainesville Troop from eight coun'.f-s In -
last
attheball chairman stated: that only $153 te <1'v collection staged last 16, two miles south of GreentCove i. !.Davis. Donald L. Green and Saturday the Gainesville district: partuipat

of thePresident more is needed to reach the quota. Saturday as part of the county Capt A. J. Peterson. general I Wayne E. Douglas i. The awards Were based on merit ed in the Festival last week so

i i i The collection of Cancer Fund Drive The I I badge demonstrations and ex- Troop ':0 deserve a lot of credit ;:;:
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I I county chairman
= -= of the Senate through : of the carnival, anjnounces There are still s \'t'ral'acancies !
{hiblts and
70
Troop oft with
Tuesday fifthqr i, Ue negro schools came as a result quota i is $w) I. that the benefit is ope:]I in the coTpany. however and it came for coming off with three fin's Ej
evening. May first prize for its First Aid ex.hibit. The local Troop also had the .
; of extensive effort on the Mrs Pauline Torode countychairman to all and the general public u I I is suggested that all men interested .
nine o'clock
the Panther Patrol
- staged': by distinction of conducting th.. .
; part of Anne L. flumes super. wishes to thank the invited and urged to attend. in the Guard and the advantages :
Tallahassee Country: Club i i"lSOr Freddie Stevens, leader: Court of Honor in the Gainesville -
of schools and all of nubhc for
- negro their cooperation and it offers come by the

;!=::;;:1 I will not send individual invitations to the citizens of Biuatd i i the principals and teachers. the: following girls and boys for Recent Birth I armory for full information Patrol.Pjigerpnntmg Charles expert Kirkland.by the leader Wolf, ;I .Boys Club this Thursday :'

_ '. Mrs. Smith urges that all Red their help in soliciting: 4-H Girls night.
and Union Counties as the above
is an invitation for
' .. ?. open Cor-
and Plumbing exhibit by the
The unit received its first armory
-- _1 _' e\er\one who con find time to come up and join us on Uua oc- Cross workers redouble their efforts Mary: Henderson. Pat Hobbs 1 Capt and Mrs 0 J. Edwards. I drill quarterly payroll for. ,ba Patrol. P.obert Kelly, leader The Troop u nuking rapid advancement -
in order that Bradford Counts under
taaun The dance will be strictly informal and tf you desire I ',Elissa StefaneUi. Marilyn Cox. |IJr. of Fort Pucfcardson Aliskii i 1953 last week, totaling 14,93113., On the basis of these rirst place Scoutmaster

..r I I.> i .rv in mat sleeves it will b* perfectly all rttt. might go over the top. Contributions Barbara Biggs. and Patnca Pel- announce the birth of a son. Jame;:si t awards, all three patrols were, Harry Green, and now has a full

Sincerely yours. may be given to Miss lum. Others Earl Edwards born March 8 a t I Ct'IETtIORKIXG selected to enter their exhibits in, quota of membership. Plans are
Lillian SUcrp. Red Cross treasurer helping were Marsha -
I I the 5005 Air Force Hospital. Capt. the annual Scout-O-Rama to beheld I being made for the organizationof
and
Ted Johns
Charley or turned in at the RtJCN.S.i Miller. Riciarl Chesseand I
: and Mrs Edwards were hot]1 There will be a cemetery working in the Gator Bowl! at Jacksonville a second troop at an early

office Charles Torode former teachers a: BHS at "Brown Cemetery on May 2!. May 8-9. The public 13 I ( dateYonge. ,







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'VV TTTY.YYYYYYYYYY.YYYY.T will be Mrs. Henry Hall ,icpreiHder.t could be turned into mores I in Miami j jMr
BRADFORD *& T E. L. MATTHEWSCOUr I in May for France where *
S-fi f _Ijfc-C' / Mrs. G R Starnes. and Mrs. J
Mr. and Mrs. Harold A McDonaldand will .
spend the summer S*
Keystone Heightsby secretary Mrs Susie Gornto: L.\\Ter'l'e'l their
EDITOR former residents of two sons Jimmy and
.
Y treasurer, Mrs Jim sail from New York.
McKay These Heights who have been visiting Tlmr.y.en weekend guests in
TELEGRAPH Wj. VIEWPOINT BOLDEST PUILISHER Mrs. Sara McDonaldAAAAAAALUAAAAWAAAt ;officers will be installed at the their parents. Mr and Mrs C Keystone Heights. 1 1Mr. i' The Community Churvh v.i

V' next meeung on Tuesday May Ray Lawrence, left Keystone and Mrs. J. A. Williams},,hold their regular general! ne.-

FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED: CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD I 19. The installing officers will be Thursday morning for their homein have just returned from a short tag on Tuesday. May 5, when neu
Fashion Show Mrs. Gene Taylor of Green Cove I'
Ft Clinton. 0.. accompaniedby I tnp to Thoir.asville. G.t.here'officers will be installs Tht'meeting
od CAM, matter at the Post Office at Stark Florida under Makes Fun And Profit I Springs, President of the PTA their who has .
son
hablW1td+ etrrr Friday and entered as w* Jerry beena they took in the Rose Show. will!! be held in theV *::
the Act of Mirth S. 1879. i I The Fashion Show put on by I I County Council. student at the Terry Art School M-s Doling will! leave early an'.. Club instead ..f the hu>,hMammotn j
the Keystone Heights Woman's I, In the hobby show held the I v ..
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION,,Club last Saturday night was I Ii same night. Mrs. F. M. Walrath'
,'i i highly successful, both financially I I!Jr presented award ribbons to Store Wide Galore !
Salej Bargains
1[and as good entertainment. The the following children: for the : I
Last Chance To Save Our CitiesAnd Towns (I club cleared about $50. I:I most unusual-Dickie Siprelle '''.'' ,
I "
I The skit put on by Mrs. Anna'' first for original art work. second I II ',, -
There was plenty of food for thought in be adapted to what already exists, and help. I James Mrs. Ray Hearst and Mrs)'I Mike Walrath. coin collection -
article of steer future growth in the right direction.. 41"
the Sunday magazine supplement I Win. Whltesides was original and Robt. Redfearn. Japanese collec-
Joseph \V. Lund entitled "Last Chance to Since he is dealing mainly with the larger ,witty. In the Styles of Yesterday, I I tion: for most attractive Lee

Save Our Cities", the first in a series on cities, Mr. Lund doesn't mention the fact Mrs. E W. Fowler. as a "flapper" ,Colby first, painting: second.
"Crisis in Our American Way". that many small towns, like Starke, do not 'doing the Charleston, brought I I Frances Reaves, a collection of
Though the rather startling title might have any zoning ordinances at all but such'j'!down the house. :Miss BobbieWeichel I' IS dolls; third Robt Morgan, a

give the impression that Mr. Lund was mak- is the case. We feel confident, however, ;;;| was demure as a forty-!!i i scrap book: for the most pronuIble -
ing some dire predictions concerning possible that we know what his recommendationwould Diner:: and Mrs. Edith Ridenouri I I -first. Milton Starr.es. con? : :::

destruction by atomic bomb or other terri- be to such small towns. He would ',was impressive as .a representative -,'I and stamp collection, second ; :;:...

fying force, such was not the case. He was say: "Have your town no matter how I'I of the Gay Nineties. :'i II Mike third Adams, Emma, stamp collectionand : :;,

warning against nothing more or less than small zoned without delay. A little zoning i I In the Parade of Brides. Mrs.I collection of recipes Kay and Forsythe. s
and and will headaches in the Robt Jackson modeled a wedding, cook
the slow but sure force of deterioration planning now save I
|books. Quantity Rights Reserved
Prices Good Thru
Sal
(dress worn by the mother of Mrs. May 2
author future town develops and expands
decay. Although the was primarilyconcerned as your 1 On Sunday vandals oroke into
Ella Bird in 1903; Miss!' Norma ,
with the problems confronting our a*: it will. 'I 'I the Sante Fe Telephone building
,,Jordan the
major cities, everything he said might be Now that Starke has taken the first step 'lof Mrs wore Sara McDonald's wedding mother dress I at Melrose and did considerable 152 Gal! Slreei
applied with equal force to towns even toward expanding its limits, the city may ,fat her +!idainage I It seemed the thieves
( marriage': in 1684. and Mrs
those of the modest size of our own. soon be in position effectively to zone a much !I H. L. Morgan wore a dress loaned i i were looking f.>- articles that Starke Florida
is critical larger than is embraced within its Specials ,
If you think the housing shortage area now iby, Mrs F. P. Eagan dating from
today, take a look ahead say ten years present narrow boundaries. This is parti-|' 1S50. Mrs. Martha Tyre as the
from. now. "By 1963, our population will cularly important in several areas along highways j modern bride wore her own wedging FILL DIRT "' !-"I ..Jl

stand at more than 175 millions.; The first just outside the present limits where i gown. Brides maids flower SIREI[SHORTENING (Limit 1 Can, Please!
of the World War II baby crop will be grownup attractive residential colonies are springing;,girls, and ting bearer all added GOOD men

married, and house-hunting. We won't up. At present there is nothing to protect .,to the glamour of the scene. I I
TOP SOIL
l be able to provide new houses fast enoughfor these residential groups from the encroach- In the section devoted to the I: CRISCO 3 83c
them even if our present constructionrate ment of a'business enterprise of the type garments modeled by the makersor LbCan

is greatly increased by technological that might be most undesirable and result in their representatives Mrs.!)I I See

advances! says Mr. Lund. great depreciation of the homes in its vicinity. 'Jack' Haberstroh won first prize I BILL JACKSON

In order to meet the demands of this With the city in control of this new area, for a her green tiny organdy frock Marcia.worn I MAX\\ ELL HOUSE; (Limit 1 Can. Please!'
by daughter
future growth, cities and towns must begin a zoning ordinance could be passed that would Jackson Transfer Company
Mrs. Must
won second place fora
now to prepare and plan for the future, the protect the homeowner's investment }by black linen with inverted pleats t! Phone 165 .

author thinks."A limiting certain areas to residential construc-of i! contrasting material modeled I COFFEE Lb Can19c

few of our cities have admirable, up-to- tion, and designating other for industryand I iby Mrs. Lydia Hurley. Mrs. G. \ t..m.t': .; % 1I
date zoning ordinances, but most of our laws business. The sooner this is done, the ''R. Starnes won third place witha
were passed 23: or 30 years ago and haven't fewer snarls there will be to untangle in the blue linen which she modeled HEAR BETTEROR --- ,...,.,.,.... "-' -._-

been touched since," says Mr. Lund "To future. i herself. PAY NOTHING! Tide's In-Dirt's Out! ASTOR Orange PekoeTEA ASTOR Vac PacTIDE
make our old cities and our new communitiessafe We feel that the city, by moving to expandits In the junior division. Miss Bobbie -

for the present and the future, we must limits to include this new area, has taken Bastedo won first with her : u DAY umr mi CIliUm!
bring zoning up to date and strictly enforceit. the first step in the right direction, placing|I velvet jumper dress; Miss Jane i I I | COFFEE
itself in position to carry out some of the'Webb was second in a blue cot- NITH"

"Also, we must plan wisely and imaginatively excellent suggestions for planning and zoning -I ton, and Miss Lila Ford was third I -- I

for the future, so that growth will be made by :Mr. Lund. in a navy cotton. Lg. Box ? C 8-oz. Pkg. or Lb. Can
For best models in the show. I / Pkg. oi 43 39c
orderly and not haphazard. Of course, cityplanners As the author says: "Our cities are Miss Susie HEARING AIDS 7SCb.,2
I Siprelle was first wj Tea Bags! (Limit 2))
must avoid the temptation to drawup facing a crisis -a real crisis in the American(three t'ntrit's-an evening dr{ THin GIEAT MODELS __
a pretty picture of how the old town war But America has met crises in the ,an Easter dress and a plaid gij I

ought to look and try to twist the city around }past and mastered them. Working together, I ham. :OfS. Sara McDonald \l gNU EICH $75 *.c-t1Ieo*>*>*oil ....."'reI.n I DONALD DeCKSalad
until it fits. Zoning and planning should we can do it again." second modeling a white tall

.......... I evening dress and Miss He CANOVA'HARMACY
TYVVttVn+tyt+ .I!ted his parents. Mr. and Mrs. 'day School 10:15 a. m. Preaching -,
i Brown was third with a pn
| 39c
.Mack Jones, last week. 11-30: Pastor Bob Gwln :'.skirt and gold blouse Dressing Quart
BAYLESS HIWAYliy \ I Am'on.who has I
: news pleaselet Training Union 7pm Preach At the last meeting of the PTA
're have it Monday afternoon I ing 8pm Midweek Prayer Serv- Tuesday. April 14, new officer 160 Starke, Fla. PILLSBURY Plain
:Mr*. (>. E. Crosby Church Service Schedule: Sun- ice every Wednesday 7:30: p. m I were elected. The new president k A AAA AAAAAAAAAAFORD or Self-Rising

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FLOUR 5 Lbs49c
Homecoming Don't forget!Sunday Homecoming at 10 Lbs95c

Hayless Highway Baptist Church ECONOMY l
Sunday May 3. There will be
singing all day and dinner on DOLE PINEAPPLE OLD SOUTH GRAPEFRUIT SWIFT'S LUNCH MEATJUICE

the grounds at 12:45. All the>
singers of surrounding communities
JUICE
are especially invited to attend PREM
and help with the singing.
TOPS COMPETITION !
All neighboring churches are invited
to attend also. 46-oz 46-or 12-oz "

We wish to thank Mrs. W. T. Can 29c;: Can 19c Can J 9C
Crosby for the lovely bouquet of I

Easter linen she brought to decorate -... --....

the church Sunday \ Fla. or Ga. Dressed & Drawn, GradeFRYLRS .f
Maker 6"
Beginning Monday, May 4. theieill Mileage Sweepstakes
\\ tk a study course at the
.:hurch on The Church Using Its
Sunday School." Everyone is Invited lb.,49C

to attend at 8 p. m. Champion in Mobilgas Economy Run

We had a fine attendance at ,
the School ,
Sunday mass meetingat
... .
Pine Grove Church near Gainesville T--w'----: 6'1. 11III _'

last Tuesday night. Ha>less .
Ford Economy Swift's Premium a Y M : / ;r ....<:. :; :.:.J LT.bI
than A
had 1953
Hiway more present any scores again new, regular productionFord

church We were except happy the host to have church.(r.1 I Mileage Maker SIX with Overdrive beat all other entriesin Rolled Veal '

and Mrs( Peters and children and j I, the Mobilgas Economy Run regardless of size or weight. Anda I ROASTLb Shoulders lb 35'

Mr and Mrs. Boyd of Sarasota I Ford high-compression Strato-Star V-8 with Overdrive finished .., .
at church Sunday. They were .6 .HH". ....1
weekend guests of Rev. and Mrs. with an average of 48.55 ton-miles per gallon* : I

GWin Mr and Mrs. Carl Dobbs of 49c lamb Legs Lb 65c
Average for the Ford SIX ;
S Lake City vUited Mr. and Mrs. Sweepstakes winner over the rug

t.R. Haislop Sunday afternoon.JLlrs. ged, 1,206-mile course from Los Angeles to Sun Valley, Idaho, WF'Pt: ( /." :'. -E-.I.f.: : ; ::Jr.:. ; : .: ,;,
Haislop is feeling much bet-
|'r this week. was 56.70 ton-miles per gallon SUNNYLAND Rib!' Loin''

| Mrs Polly Ward and daughter Skinless Chops lb 59C lb 19C
yrs. Leila Young 'of Inverness, That's proof that Ford's the most economical car you can
\lere guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.
buy! And for proof of Ford's all-out WIENERS I .
C Ward driving pleasure Test Drivea
Sunday- / 4Hi.. j ol.! .=.:-:..IiL: : ". .+1 1 1"Y!: : ::'lit: :
Gut'ssIoho the happiest couple new 1953 Ford soon!
Is in Ba\less Hiway right now?
'
Well. It is the Tiny Lo\ells. They Lb 49 Bacon Lb 59clb 69c
are getting a brand new home
in town.

Mr and Mrs. Fred Haislop were I ,,, ,
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\isitmjr in Macclenny Sunday af1ternoon :' SWEEPSTAKES WINNER ,I
j LAND 0'aC\ HI\E Pure Creamer.
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Mr. and }(rs. Thurmaa Jones
ana children visited relatives in i

Breaker Sunday afternoon. | BUTTER Lb 69cWHOLESUN
Wt' are glad to Know that MrsMstSKie .

th;> week Norman. is feeling better i FORD SIX I 1 56.70 TON MILES

Donald Lee King of Miami n=i. ::- -
With Overdrive f PER GALLONThe Frozen


LET US FILE YOUR SAWon AAA ('ontest Hoard determines the winners by a "ton-mile per gallon" form l : 5 Lb Bag25C I

our New Foley ula to Insure equal chance for all cars in each class regardless of size and eight. JUICErngOranges I

Ton-miles per gallon equals the car weight (including passenger*) in tons multi-
AUTOMATIC SAW FILER plied by number of miles traveled, divided by number of gallons of gasoline con- :. : 't: -: ..,
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I filed oo our -.
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precision ma.chine. it THE WINNER .
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MAY 1, lass! BRADFORD' COUNTY TtLZGRAPH.TARK: : FLORIDA
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PINE LEVEL LONG BRANCHby 1 \ HAMPTONby Church Br.jwn and attended the Baptist

.. So delicious
Mrs R. F D>ai and M:3. W as qou shop

by Mr*. II. M.1AAAAAAAAAAA McRae Mr J. I. StricklandMr i I, by L. II. Flitch Mrs. \\m. \V. HammondUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAUL! W Hammond attended a surprise .

AAAAAAAAAAAAl ........ ... ..AA. 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThe birthday pan honoring :Mrs. A.
I H. Kelsey at her home in Theressa;
Mrs. p. Wilkerson and daughter. and Mra Arthur Wilkinsonwent chicken dinner sponsoredby \v. M. r. CnVenienttotakehome
'
d Wednesdav evening of last week i so )
Madeline of Eoatwlck were Sunday to Orlando Sunday to visit the local P. T. A. on Saturday The monthly meeting of the I

a gue U of the W. E. Halls. their son Billie and family. We evening of last week was quite a, W M. U fret at the home of I

Remember the Quarterly Youth understand Billie was to havean success. Among the out of townvisitors !Mrs Otto Hicks Jr. Friday evening I GOOD NEWS i .'

Fellowship at Pine Level Church operatiom Sunday. +, in attendance ere Mr. April 17th with 18 members !i I i I When shopping hours lengthen out, ifs

' Friday night. Apr 31. Everyone Several of the Clay Hill folks''and Mrs C. S. Partia. Mr. and ,present I ?ntQnluminU1J1
-\wning I IAre
welcome. were I IK Starke Friday of last Mrs. L. F. D-nkins and Mr. and I j Mrs. Betty May had charge of i j Available Again. Beautiful. I important to refresh yourself now and then

Evening dinner guests of Mr. week some were Mrs., Elmer Car- Mrs. P. T. Nolin of Starke. i the Program, which opened wit!} O-ol -Tone Cobis. The i with a Coke. And take a carton homey

and Mr B M. McRae and faintly ter, Luella Austin, Daisy Lang Another recent worthwhile affair prayer by :Mrs. Hazel Thomas. I Lowest Prices I
and Bessie Strickland. Also Ma- Anywhere.FKEE
Thursday night of last week were of the school was the local Topic: was "Our Neighbor Mex i young folks love i it.
Rev. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and ble I'annsh from Lawtey. Most talent "Mama's ico." Mrs. Joanne Hicks gave the' ESTIMATESP. 1ra
play Gettin'
Mr. and }.I n. Tony Gonzales, all of us seemed to have some "ail iMarried" i,first of a series on "Our W. M. U.i i ( :et1
ment" in the which was recently put j
doctor's ;
as we were
of Starke Mrs W. E. Hall, and History"I I L. BENTONI .
office on by members of the Eighth| atIt
together.
Mr. and Mil V. E. Thornton. i' Mrs K. B. Watterson President j Representative I;
Mrs. Sue Myrick of Lake Geneva There has been a revival) meet'Grade. The group motored over I had charge of the business, and DPIXL1'
I 2 ML South Town. Kt. 100
pent the weekend with the H. M. ing in session at the holiness to Brooker to present the same I during the social hour Mrs. Hazel
I church at Clay Hill for two weeks, program on Tuesday of this week, '
McRaej and< tier Kn and< daugh- Hicks served delicious refreshments i
the closing last Saturday night. We also it has been requested to be
ter-in-law Robert Myricks.Mr and
Mrs Brown
and Mrs. Frank A. Lacomb understand there were large given again here this week.Mr. I presented with a Van Surprise Stork was( LET US I SHOW YOU WHY.. ..... ..... .

and son, Michael and Mrs. Ruth crowds in attendance every night. and Mrs. Bill Crews and Shower. BOTTLES
Denney and children all of Jack- I J. L. Strickland and Mr. and 'children of Baldwin were Sunday more women cook on
I' Mrs. Mamie Mead Mrs K B.
sonvllle. visited the II. M. Me- Mrs. Fred Lang went to Middle- guests of the Jesse Smith family.Mr. I
I Watterson and Rev. and Mrs R I
Raes and Robert Myricks Sunday burg Saturday night to see our Smith was taken to the Vet I Fiii71
C. Gray attended the quarterlyW.
!
afternoon. Representative Sam Saunders. eran's Hospital in Lake City
I M. U. Rally the following Sat. I : I
Mrs Robert Myrick Mra. Sue Mrs. Saunders was in Jacksonvilleand Sunday p. -m. where he is now i urday. than on ony other range 1 I I I I

Myrlck. and Mrs. H. M. McRae they did not get to see her undergoing medical treatment. i ;
visited the bedside of Mrs Mabel but stated they had a nice visit Mr and Mrs. W. M. Smith and I Mr. and Mrs. Donahue Crawford : I I II'

P Sullivan at her home in Starke with "Sammie". baby of Kingsley Lake were also are the proud parents of a i

Monday afternoon dinner guests of his parents on I' daughter born Thursday at the .
Someone has been able to work
We are sorry to report the illness some more on our new church. Sunday.Mrs. I Alachua. Hospital in GainesvilleMr. !, eQO / I 4v I, 'I II
and Mrs. Reams of I
of Mrs. W R. Haialop. We The floor is laid all the way across A. H. Harley is visiting' Clyde Ot> 1 iMOC0.

vlaited her one day last week Al- the building now. Looks more likea her son, D. B. Harley, and family Route guests of one the Starke D. W.were Swindells.Mr. Sunday. I 1I I 1I

eo the Clark family We wish building every time we get to_ at Heilbronn. I
and Mrs. C. A. Cox were I
go to church, a little more work R. Walters of Boca Raton was I
callers in Keystone Heights Mon
has been done. We hope it will visiting his parents, Dr. and Mrs. I

soon be completed.We I%v. T. Walters during the weekend.Mr. day. I I !

ForMOTHER'S had a few more at church and Mrs. Freeman Star- Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kelley of I

last Sunday night than we had ling and son. Ricky and Miss New River were Saturday night i
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Jackie from Thurs I
DAY the Sunday before. The weatherwas Harley spent k
more favorable and folks day to Monday of last week with Adkins. 791 I
J. D. Adkins returned from the
could get out better. We were gladto relatives in Avon Park. Enjoy modern cooking at its best I
Alachua Hospital in Gainesville, v
GIFTS have Rev. Ralph B. Gamewelland Miss Arthurine Blanchard of the new feature-packed 1953
his mother Mrs. Kate Gaim Jacksonville spent the weekend ,,Thursday following an eye opera-. / fll'/a
Magic Chef gas range. t tO
well from Brookhaven, L. I. New with her father A. M. Blanchard, tion.Miss
SHOP ATBARKSDALE'S YOlk with us. Mrs. Gamewell\ Is and her sister, Enza. Barbara Matchett along u I

90 years old but is able to travel. Mrs. Louis H. Hill of the Fort ,with her Civics class of Bradford

They have toured all over Canada, Myers area spent the weekend at I[High spent Friday and Friday :I r rvn

the United States and Mexico, also her home In Lawtey. j night in the State Capital re-

in Alaska. At the turning Saturday. '
some pre-
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wainwright I Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hines of b
I
in
sent they are traveling a W iI
and sons of Jacksonville were Sun- Wood called their niece Total Price 308.05i
Long on -
We Have A Store Full trailer. They have been "cover.lng" I If Ir Ir
day guests of his parents, Mr. Mrs Frank Thomas Sunday.
the state of Florida and are Trade-In 30.051
Of Practical Gifts That starting on their way back this and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright.Mr. The Young People of the Bap -

and Mrs. John Roberts of tist Church had a Camp Fire
week.
Mother n'ililleally Jacksonville were dinner guestsof Service at Hill Crest, Friday night $278.00:

AppreciateLOVELY them all a speedy recovery. his sister, Mrs. Effie Miner 32 attended .

Arley McRae was a weekend last Sunday. I I'I Wayne Peg, age 12, son of Mr.

visitor of Brunk Lassiter at the''I I Mrs. ""healan, Mrs. Walters I; and Mrs. Charles Peg broke his 30 Months at $11JO -,

University j Mrs. Miner Mrs. H. C. Wainwright arm Friday evening while play-

: and Mrs. Paul Dinkins ing at the Boy's Club.
HAND BAGSIn WILL PAY CASH" spent Tuesday in Brooker attend- j Mrs. Henry Johnson left Sun- Central Florida ;!

ing the Quarterly meeting of the day evening to join her husbandin I I lOTIltO UNDfl AUTHoriTY Of tilt COCA-COIA COMPANY IT

All The Newest TIMBER County Council of the Home Demonstration -, Ohio she will return later for Gas Ii I STAKKE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY)
&
Appliance Co.
Materials' And Designs Clubs. These meetings her children and sister Jane
For Saw Logs "Co""' is a registered trade-mark. 1 JJ. TH| COCA COt* COMPANY
I are not only a real treat but are ,Roach Phone 301 Starke. Fla.
AND PULPWOODA also an inspiration, and those Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Collins
I II j
members who fail to attend are were in Jacksonville over the 11 _
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Post Card Will Bring !Me\
I missing out on an important weekend, Mr. Collins is working at "-

To See You. phase of the work.Miss Cecil Field.Mr. MOB1LGAS ECONOMY RUN HASH!

j I W. W. Hammond
and Mrs.
'I Mary Ann.roatf's andMiss
D. B. 'Dick' Thomas
j 1
; and daughter Willow Ruth
ttayle Dersteine of New
l.ate)., Fla. I myrna Beach were weekend spent Sunday on Crystal Lake !

of' Ann's with the John Hammond's and I FORD
I frusts Mary grandmother )I' BEATS ALL
.
Mrs. Effie Miner. the Harry Baker's.Mr.
I and Mrs W. F. Tucker and
Mr and Mrs Paul Dinkins.. ,
MONUMENTSLOWEST son of Live Oak were Sunday
I of Anthony spent the weekend i
I I guests of Mrs. J. D. McCullochand
with relatives in Lawtey. :i
PRICES I A week's revival services will son Luke.
From To Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Williamsonand
be held in the Methodist Church I
FINEST QUALITYINo I daughter Gloria, called on IN ECONOMY !
%\ .98 $ -95 beginning next Sunday. May 3. 1
) Extra ChargeFor Services will begin at 8 o'clock >the L. V. Williams. at Theressa

i Setting In Or Near each evening and will be conducted Saturday evening.Mr.
I and Mrs. Emory Brown
I by Rev. Fred Carter a
1 STARKEA" Mrs. F. T. Brown and son Frank,
_
I nit-Tber of the South Georgia !i.I i.

Sheer Hosiery! Methodist Conference. The public i I''attended a birthday celebration at :
I Gold Head Branch for Mrs. Robert
:s invited to attend. Rev. Carter i[
:Dodd of Keystone Heights Sun- ,,,, Econom Winner
i ii
I will also have charge of the 11 y y,, r q M w y .3 it K r !
A Practical (Cut: For Any i w: a' t. .+ +. 'A'A 4 Y.arin o Rowe
I o'clock service on Sunday morn- day.Mrs.
Mother i: D W Moore of Starke
i I ing. ,
e and daughter, Mrs. Daisy Johns-
Write For Free Folder : .
OnlyTAILORED : TUB KICiHT POINT for .he ton of Houston, Texas visited ... '
99C 1 ATLANTIC MEMORIALS I way jon w rltt' Come In and seijlert I :Mrs. F. T. Brown and Mrs J. J

ESTABLISHED 1930 j jour favorite ESTEKBI' l OK i :Brannen Thursday.

Fountain Pen. Only $H.S7: atj! Mrs. T. J. Alderman and Mrs

I: 715 FOREST ST. Im.\I>FORD COUNTY TELEGlt.ll'lf. W. W. Hammond: attended an executive -. i A t ssi4wwyr
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA '
I I I meeting of the Bradford

PAJAMASIn I, I County Council of the Home Demonstration na. lk ., r. a 15F a

Clubs at Starke Thurs- t -
rim
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da\'.

Short Cool Cotton !j' Mrs. Nita White and children I kT r, !y7< ph .,..t.
SImes
an' moving to Daytona Beach. )- 4
Whites Pink Hluts A Mr. and Mrs. Rome Andrews : c. c-.
.
"
I ,
svi "h r a w
\\ ho recently bought the Taylor I .+. ...rrr..S

Only $ 1 .98 up .,f I Ii property have moved and are
I
i having extensive repairs made. -

Mr and Mrs Leland Beden- y -.

haagh and Miss Ruby Beden- 55

BED ROOMSLIPPERS b-uigh spent Sunday in Lake City

\ f..i i visited Mrs. Bedenbaugh's

.. S. \1 at mother R. A. Newsome at the "!

J full Size!! Veterans Howard Hospital.C. Green of Jacksonville MILEAGE MAKER 6" WINS SWEEPSTAKES !

Low Heeled Backless' New
With Design'I visited his daughter Mrs

Open Tray Huge Oven!I \\'. A. Saxon and family Sunday. I pgpaOYEo

I I Mr. and Mrs. R L. Brown S core a blaz.ng t u' orv for Ford'- dollr'Caving gas economy': Ford's 8y
Only $ .98 u ipIlandsonifly 4 Calrod tended a birthday party and at-I high-cornpre ;on Mileage Maker "6" with Overdrive lat every 0 Th CIA L ) PROOf!
1 Surface car entered in this year's Mobilgas Economy Run, regardless of 0
i Heating ly reunion at the home of I size or weight to sup' the sweepstakes! Ford.s'innin average p
UnIts! .: Fmly near Olustee Sunday.Mr. ; was 56.70; ton-miles per gallon.* And Ford's high-compreanion rESr 90

___ ___ __ F and Mrs. Bruce (Royt I I Strato-Star with Overdrive was right up there ineconomy
Tailored Roark have moved from the Alderman too, with a record of 43 55 ton-miles pr gallon! FORD 1 flu-h. p. Mileage i Maker r "6"

a a. house near Adkins filling The winning Ford was a regular production car, just like thousands -
SLIPS station to the new house of B. T.j j of other 53 Fords you see on the road every day. This 1,206- + WITH OVERDRIVE I

Thomas near the Thorny Restaurant mile trip from Los Angeles to Sun Valley covered all types driving
near Starke. conditions. The route threaded through city traffic, where stop-5 6 70
Well Fitted Adjustable I / 1 &nd- o driving tests an engine' fuel economy under the tou .
I : Mrs. R. F. Dyal was seriously conditions and out along the highways of four western gtaU-a. R
Straps t \\lon i Iii with pleurisy the first of the TON-MILES PER GALLON'The

I w eek.Mr.. Ford Mileage Maker "6" took all this in stride, maintaining
Only $4.98 : BEACON RANGEONLY ar.d Mrs. Charles Gaskins a speed above the required 44.25 m.p.h. minimum, to finish 1st ford II the flrit car In hi weight clot In Hi* history
I in sweepstakes! What better proof is there that Ford is the el the Icencmy Ben to win top fconeri ,In t.n8..
and children of Palatka were thriftiest car of all? What better way to show why Ford ia worth. p.r gaB n aver eB other con ,..carillo.. of die 0' weight
f. Thursday night and Friday guestsof I more when you buy it. worth more when you sell it!

their mother Mrs. Eva Naz- Tile AXA Ccflttit Btrtf dttwnutt On .!/1&**"tea-mi!*p at|>8o'"laewe to
ONLY S .95 Terms < imurt*)Li cUIQtot riant 1).x.: cUu rlplOhss! *tut lad .*jM TM nilti
Hundreds Of Other 1 t worth. Mr. and Mrs. Morris. =-az-j See Valve 1 (heck Jest Drive the WINNER "= p.f{iBcii tauili tk 4 at Mt 'iKhdtai tnuaifi >*ton mutPpl.d 01 IIIr.t.f:
Gifts For Mother 101 Ever 'worth and daughter Deborah e. of man hireie9 dixdtd Ir t mttt si IeiW.t of f nobMAmman :AAwmri.

returned home with them and are i

At Prices You Can spending the week. ; '


Afford t To Pay See this new electric range value today! week Gainesville Master with spent Wayne his grandparents a few Jackson days last Mr.of 1 .. 53 FORD lIJe 1Ie w tq1'toIdJe 4W/


and Mrs W. N Jackson.

Mr and Mrs. Vernon Slade and
BARKSDALE'SDepartment G. 1. MCGRIFF!
. mother, Mrs Fannie Meads calledin
:ht' William; Slade's SundayMr Andrews Motor Co.

-- Store GENERAL PHONE 229 and Mrs Hrrslie': ParKer t

ELECTRIC were jn Bcile OiadeecetiU: !+
Starke, Fla. \\' UllSt. Starke, Fla. Mrs laa Pamsb and d.i:g'"-

ter Veda of Earleton were Sun- MADISON AND ADAMS ST. PHONE 118 STARKE, FLORIDAtnrn.tiY

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r I ,. 1t t 1t Starke BPW Wins Rotarians HostsAt Mrs. Cox Installed Birthday Party 'L\ rye, :: .i crr,: ': ."..s .,. :: .: .",-" -1b.a-: -\l\ ,. ,

Cash Award For Ladies Night I i As President Of For Bobby LappeMrs : :,:oral -'rgan;z.i.:;., II. l.hk l'rt\\f"rd. Hai: It.\-

1 Townsend Strickland :Pew >\

Best Attendance District Governor Price Hi--k- ,. County CouncilMrs. Robert Lappe entertained Last Monday, all Bradford Students Eider Byron X comb PRay >. ,

man and Mrs Hickman of Live grades 3 through 12. were
at a lovely Gnfns. C W Th\\.I": I K-
Twenty-five dollars in cash E. L. Cox of Heilbronn birthday party Saturday .
Oak and Past District Governor afternoon for her given a chance to see the motion )..Il'Jf"T J AMermar; S '.
was ire prize won by the Starke Springs was installed as tte new son. Bobby,
picture "Ivanhoe", a historical J
i Jim Spencer and Mrs. Spencerof who was celebrating his secondanniversary. Jackson. Pat Bowers. LiV: l-. .
Business: and Professional \Vom- : president of the Home Demonstration
; no'eby! Sir Walter
Scott It i
Palatka was !
were guests of honor The Tracy Jones, Stanley C'srKiJimnre
Gladys Mooty en's Club at the District 3-1 when members of the Starke County Council in an iraIpressive party was givenat a very interesting and educational |i, Weldon
the
home
of ,, l
Bobby's grand
I Phone 35 meeting held in the MayflowerHotel Rotary Club entertained their Ro- ceremony during the all- I. Mr and experience % Thanks to the t .
parents. 'Mrs. CharliePowell
in Jacksonville Sunday for taryanns at a ladies night banquetin :day meeting held Tuesday in .11 Florida Theatre and all concerned. I i The Gills Basket B.V,; :,
e'esseeeeeeteSeNeereele 4 attendance record of the the Brooker :, on Laura street. .
eeeeeeSee m the best \ community hall She S.
the Methodist! recreation building ;4 i The II I;,celebrated its sU"'HSfll: .-<'.<-
youngsters enjoyed playing :
i succeeds W E. .
Mrs.
I952'ear
Phi Garden Club last Friday night. Bigham.Twentyfive in the Confederacy :with an outing at Dayt.'n. H.-
Beta Sigma of the local | yard and served refreshments -j
Della Rosenberg members attended I
H. P. Morgan, president of the I indoors. The house last Saturday. I hear th.h.I,-. li

Has InitiationAt Has Cast Of Play club was elected Vice-Director Starke club, served as master of ,.the meeting at which the Brooker |was attractively decorated for the program last Friday, in honor of I'wonderful tare I have seer -. .
District with Dorothy Pat- Home Demonstration Club I Memorial a
of the !
i was Day.
Inn As Guests ceremonies and a novelty pro- of the effects-: --bright red K K -
Keystone Supper [ occasion with mixed spnng flow- .
I terson of St. Augustine as Direc- : gram of stunts followed the tur- ,host. ers. The lace covered .
refreshment
tor and Eleanor Young, also! of j Other new officers installed! at Just this past week the Science .
1I Bradford ,
The Beta Sigma Phi Sorority The" election of officers took key dinner. 1!.! table was centt'rE'ith the I' High SchoolA.t> \
St. Augustine, as Secretary. i this time by Miss Dorothy Ross ,Club took part in the Assembly
:
held a formal initiation for then place: at the monthly meeting of Each Rotaryann was presented traditional birthday cake em- represented at the 195F' : :
Starke will also receive a citation home demonstration agent were: program. President of the Club, !
I
n membTa and a dinner party the Garden Club Monday evening a corsage upon arrival.C. bossed in blue and pink. I High School Library ivir
for having attended every Dis- j : Irs. H. C. Wainwright -I Patsy Kucera took charge and
. president 1 The
at the Keystone Inn, Keystone held in the Parish House on : H. N'asworthy served as Assisting :Mrs. Lappe were Mrs. f Camp weekend camp .s 1
jtrict meeting held this year. r [ : Mrs. Wesley McRae. secre- presented pins of the "Science .
Heights Monday evening at 8 Church street. Members of the t chairs.an of the event. Rudolph Sink and Mrs. John An- training program for hhr \' : ,
!
The meeting opened with the'' tary: Mrs. T. J. Alderman, treas- Club of Amenca" to the students .
o'clock. club were hostesses at this meet- ( ,derson. representiting the 5< ho..1s d
welcocre from the Jacksonville'! !surer; and Mrs. Howard Wait i jwho have earned them during the I Florida.
The ritual table was centeredwith ing at a covered dish supper 60th They were very r oud i
AnniversaryOf
Club to which Della Rosenberg :State Council delegate. The new I past year. Each student, in turn |:have a member, Pat uv..<
an arrangement of yellow honoring the cast of the home
I gave the response. District 3-4 is BaptistV officers as well as outgoing of- jW.S.CS. Notice explained to the audience exactly -I serve on He .
a panel. wan
roses in a black vase flanked by talent play "Flying High" I
the first district in the state to ficers, were presented corsagesin I what his project for earning I elected to
burning yellow tapers, carryingout Mrs. Cora baum. chair- Will Be Observed The : serve as rrpit.xn II
Quattl : Methodist W.
S. C. S. circles -
'have a new club organized this appreciation of their leadership I a pin consisted! of. I for district 8, whichvill 1I
:
the sorority colors, gold and man of the nominating committee and interest. The Brooker I will hold their May nceetings .
I year and the President Mary: I that the
district
black. the names for the election I The BaptistV.. M. U. will celebrate I the meeting u
Presented following homes
club Mrs. witha lat : Every the Junior .
jPetree' of the newly organized presented Bighan year Class i held In Starke next ill
:
The Pledge Ritual was" read by of officers for the '53- I' the sixtieth anniversary of Circle 1 I year
year will meet with Mrs '
I elects 30
token of sophomores to have the
Callahan EPW Club was introduced potted plant as a ap tsntmg B. II S there Pat I U. .,
candlelight: by Evelynn Newsome. ''54. The following officers will by Dorothy Patterson DI- the Florida W. M. U. on Thursday preciation of her fine work in the |IT. H. Slade for a covered dish '.honor of serving at the Junior- I i{ Sonny Tenly, Carol Johnson N

President. Candidates were announced be installed at the May meeting: rector. May 7, at one o'clock with a j I county. :luncheon, Tuesday morning at 10 Senior Banquet Then, in turn, : ma Gonzales Barbara M.r..

by Martha Yancey and Mrs. R. F. Young. Pres.: Mrs M. luncheon and program meeting at 1 o'clock. I
Duiuig the business session they receive invitations to the
The morning work-shop on' j and Paulk .
h!
Fay Serving a- r
ushered In by Ernestine Den- F. Hazen 1st V P.; Mrs. Tom I Legislative problems was given the church. "plans were made for the Fifth i I Circle 2 will met tith Mrs. I Prom. The Servers are now at '! tones were Miss Aubre\ Xr\v .
mark. V.P. Mrs H. B. Florida churches throughout the H. M. Richarde, State Farm, with
2nd
Hardln ,
; I bv Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers of j Annual Zinna-Flower Show to be work, under the direction of and Mrs. Dave Paulk\
The new members. Theta Montgomery Peyton, 3rd V P : Mrs. J D. Doyle, Miami Death who is State Legislative state are having like meetings !held June 26 in the Agricultural Mrs Lee as cohostess, on Monday; i Janice Dansby. Program chairman -
Melba Green. Martha the month of May with i iat t .
during 3:30
Mrs. Claude Crowson rec.secy. : pjclock. i
treas.; Chairman. President's reports I Building in Starke. The HeUi for the banquet, and Miss A man and woman r..P; < :o': '
Home. and Marilyn Roberts, were Mrs. Marian Howe Corr. the program based on the history i Circle 3 will meet with Mrs. E.
ISylva, advisor ,
; and the Director's report bronn Club will be hostess for the faculty preparing 'the United States lilac re. \
presented with pledge pins and I II and work T f the state W. M U S. Mrs.
J. Matthews W. B. Parks
; Mrs. T Quattlebaum I All interested costumes to fit with the themeof
secy.. for the closing club year was giv l occasion. persons I in I ted 1) II S last week and -}I' n.
manuals. parliamentarian and Mrs. Harry I :during the past 60 years enriched as cohostess. on Monday afternoonat the occasion
; en. |are asked to get their flowers Chosen to hold I to the Seniors about a .iif.'i!
Private Initiation will be held Mooty. publicity.All I Luncheon was served on the with the history of local church {(ready to enter. The council is 3:30: o'clock. the honors are: Barbara: Prevatt. I the service.I .
for Emily Finney who unableto W :M. U. and with goals set for 1
was
members were requested to Mayflower roof and the skit 1i i making every effort to have an Barbara Cone ', Betty June Nor remain your high s, I

attend. donate a small amount of home- theme was "Come To The Con- : the coming anniversary year. ( even bigger and better show this Altar Society man. Frances Douglas Judy Casey correspondent
is in of ,
The charge
Mrs. L. S. Hutto and grandson made candy for the refreshmentbooth vention" which is to be held May :I Mrs. Carl program Mathews assisted by I year, and rivalry is high among Plans Spring DanceSt. Orpha June Moore, Virginia Brenda Bradt,)' ii

on the nights of the home 14, 15 and 16 in Orlando. Several the clubs. 1
Wayne Klnney, spent Sunday in 1: members of the various circles. Williamson Martha Winkler,
talent play "Flying High". The local to attend After the covered dish luncheon, Edward's Altar Society is YOfU l.cthe' ne\\ Faster
members are planning -
Jacksonville visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lex Green, local president, I Frances Caldwell Lavonne Dun-
candy is to be left at the home Mrs. Meyers spoke followIng '' Jack Trawick county sanitarian, giving an informal dance, "The brook purM-Mze fountain pens[ /niui.trl
T. F. Hutto and Frankie urges all circle members to attend Norma Gonzales. Joanne
attending of Mrs. Vasco Hazen on E. Washington j luncheon on "Laws for LIv- I combined meet- showed two films on cancer Mrs. Spring Fling", Saturday evening can .hade. Only $!.Sl at Brad,
this monthly
Hutto's birthday party street. Mrs. S. E Sparks ing" and gave the most importI' Martha Snelling, public health I at 8 o'clock in the recreation hall Smith Patty Lawson Carolyn roui ('0TEUGIt.I'Ii.:, .

moved that a collection be taken ant of these from the earliest i ing. nurse, gave a short talk on can- of the church. The public is in- '.

jjr on meeting nights to buy books I, days of recorded history to the I cer, and Mrs. E L. McKnight, I vited. Prizes will be given away

for the Garden Club LibrarY present time U. D. C. Notice Icounty[ nurse, also commented on Ii(I during the evening

J. A. Griffin reported that I the film I I APRIL IS DIAMOND MONTH
Mrs.
AillkIt/r The group was asked to notify I TheV, T. Weeks Chapter,
distributed to TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBRADFORD
Peace Roses were their in Tallahassee I
Legislators U. D C. will meet Wednesday

all churches on Sunday for South that they are solidly behind the I afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at the '!Bride-Elect i SAVE 1.4 TO 1.3 SAVEOn

ern Memorial Day Equal Rights Bill which In- L. Matthews !
was home of Mrs. E. Is InspirationFor
ti During the program Mrs. II. L. troduced this week and urge that I'with Mrs. E. S. Matthews as co-I Our Large Selection of

5imt/JL Higginson of Jacksonville Beach they vote for it. hostess. Party Series HIGHLIGHTS BEAUTIFUL AKTCAKVKI: AMERICAN BEAUTA

eave an interesting talk and Local members attending this ] Mrs. W. G. Haile, first vice- of the AM) BOSH DIAMOND KINGS;
Miss Rita Robertson
demonstration on flower arrangements meeting were :Mildred Doyle, Pat president, will preside in the absence .
to
Lambe Edna Stone Desta Dyal ': of the president Mrs. E. K. I State Farm whose Starke marriage will bean I Priced at 24.50 to $1000.00See
lOt! 1 Don Ray Tilley of
4 Madge Middleton, Pauline Torode. Ferryman. All members are
ft !' event of this evening (Friday) j By Brenda BradfordAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Our Window
AlvarezTurnerAnnouncement I Delia Rosenberg and Helen Harley urged to be present to finish the at 6 o'clock in Archer at thehole Display

.......... financial plans for the year. the bride-to-
the aunt of
of
Tell her is being made of I J. T. Simmons. has been I This year's Student Council political -
again the marriage of Miss Mary Ella -. 1 ,'bp. Mrs. Ed Simpson Gem Jewelry
I ITurnt'r ,
o J your love daughter of Roy Turner | the inspiration for many lovely heated campaign as last year's.has not However.been as

and the late Mrs. Turner, to Arthur parties. i'
and appreciationwith miscellaneous shower was the candidates do have posters I "The House of Fine Diamonds'Starke's'Leadinjj
A I
B. Alvarez son of Mr. and I
'given for Miss Robertson by the displayed around school. ElectIOn. Jeweler
a beautiful Mrs. J. W. Alvarez which took C I
of the Commercial :by secret ballot, will be held all 1
office force
UALLMJRK CJRD I place Saturday, April 18, In Na-j: ( : r
of Gainesville where day Friday. At that time the Students -
hunt, Ga. The young couple was ;, Credit Corp. (I _
Now on display at ; attend by Vernon Reddish and I Well, all these rams have certainly cashier at the Florida Theatre. I she is employed which was held will also vote in favor of. 01 !WI! i

Mrs. W. A. Gay. i j jI resulted in some ]et- Hear that Nina Bishop is reviving I jat the home of Mrs. Harold Sheffield against, the newly revised con

I I J propelled mosquitoes as you've the tennis spirit at BUS {!; Gainesville on April 14. stitution. Just to remind you ot
Mr- and Mrs. Alvarez are making -
the students for office
their home at the McKinney 1 1I probably found out if you've tried this year with classes being held Thursday evening; April 23, running
PresidentRobert Manningand Free Tank
I of GainesVille -
i apartments on Madison street I to work in your yard or garden ,every period and after school and, :Miss Tessie Wagner C. %V. Slade Vice PresI-

I 1 1I i Mr Alvarez is employed at the I during the past week or so I the after-school classes not only | was hostess at a linen showier dent-Marion Harrington, Janice

I''Gioen Cove Springs Naval Base I'm sending out an SOS to Prof. Include students but anyone lst., I, for Miss Robertson. Among
11 1 1 Dansby, Frances Dodd, and Richard : -
who is interested in the the 30 guests were Mrs. Peggy
out his
Jack Trawick to get bug- sport !
and Mrs. Alvarez is a student in i'I Henderson Secretary
PUO\1 :63 STltKlt""L..\ bomb and start in on 'em Nina also took her 19 members ol f Shaller, another of Mr. Tilley,
the Bits Junior class. 1 I Joyce Scholl, Fay Paulk, ant
I Mrs. M. J. Collins of the I
i[ Hear the fire department ran intoa the Girls Basketball Team on a l and
-! mother of the brider -, Gladys Bundy. WITH PURCHASE OF
bit of hard luck Monday while:'picnic to Daytona Beach last Sat ,State Farm w e

answering a call from the Lawtey urday, which is an annual affaii elect

SHRIMP BOX CHICKEN school where the cafeteria was 1 BUS students are reminde j II| Mrs. Mildred Wanniger and I The Beta Club along with thi _

-- threatened The fire was negligible to start planning on the banque 11: :Mrs. W. L. Coliness of Gaines Student Council candidates an ANY NEW GAS RANGE
at a miscellanefous the Glee Club, took part in lasweek's
SANDWICHES and put out in a hurry, but on May 9th and Prom on the 16Uj Jville entertained

B aDelivered seems the truck burned out a connecting j- for those who don't dance, thi i, shower Monday evening, Aprf assembly program. The)
I I Robertson. Amon presented a pin, a certificate, a
Miss
rod bearing and had to be faculty is planning a saga o 121. for
Piping Hot To I towed back home Good thing.1 Frankie & Johnnie to liven thing,sjlhe j| 40 guests were Mrs. Pegg}7 membership card, and an emblen,

PHONE Your Home Or Office Free the fire wasn't serious or that the I up so dancers and non-dancer,s I Shaller Mrs. Henry Steffanelli, of the club to all those who wen elb Slade Gas Co.
Cumber and Mrs Pau I initiated a few weeks ago. A s:
329 truck bearing didn't burn out en-.1 I will be entertained 'Mrs. Joe
Day or Night Starke. you will! remember, the Beta Clul
For Quick i I route Hear the Presbyterians have III |, feng, all of
VISIT OUR DINING ROOM I I I, is an organization for those stu
Service Sorry to hear that Judge Ad- I I set their reception for theMe- ':!I dents who receive a B average o r
OR cuunFOY'S
kins is in St. Luke's hospital for [Alileys up to 8:30: on May 7 so I I|Junior Club better throughout their hig]1 PHONE 121 STAKKE ""..A.r .

DRIVE-INN RESTAURANTTemple I observation possible surgery and treatment. little Flip and 1 1I ('I as not to conflict with revival |To Meet Monday school career. It is quite an hono11TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

services which will be
under
I Graham entered St. Vincent's on at way The Junior Womans Clubill fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTYTTTTTTTTyTTTTTTTTTfr . .
the I - -
Methodist Church .
Invitations
and Pratt Sts.! :.Thursday to undergo an opera- hold their May meeting Monday

; tion glad to hear that were not sent "to the 1( 8 o'clock in the club .
F. I). Cov Owner J. E. Jordan, Mgr. young I I evening at 4
membership, but all
George Patten is getting along Presbyterians house. t itr ,.; .

I fine in St. Vincent's and will be!are expected to be present and.I Hostesses fog the evening will
help with the C -Sfll
entertainment of oaiien
week his Denmark
I home in a or so be Ernestine Joyce
guests Hear that '
: mother is staying up there with Faye Paulk Bolton. Barbara Mitchell, Evelyn l

him while he is confined J. E. came mighty close to being elected Lauphlin. Teressa Traxler, Exjly t 'i''i

/ E. :Mundorf was operated on in St.Vincent's state treasurer of the Florida Feeney and Esther Cannon. 1
I IJAtF I I.High School Library Council at

p t: hear that on Bill Monday Mundy and was glad released to- the Leesburg convention last week, BoardThe .j) Remembrance

from the losing out by only four votes Executive \ \I,
same hospital on ,
9 IQ Congratulations, Faye on your 1
Monday Mrs. A. L. Alvarez Woman's Club executive
\ good showing and better luck t/
underwent an experience Saturday 1 board will meet Thursday after I %
i ; -
next time .
\ night that her family won't c ON MOTHER'S DAY
Well noon. fa6, at T 30 o'< lock at
TUSSY CREAM: DEOUOKAM'jc : forget for a long time she seem n> taJl! f.'T now
See 'I i i. > ph.- nex' the ,'tub nuuse for "heir monthly ..
fainted in the bathroom with he' '

Instantly' stops perspiration odor head flush against the door 'are) n eel ing 3

Checks perspiration moisture : 'raking it impossible for the h .
family to get to her .tl.1

lillr $1 1 at Lucille tried climbing in :he oain MotherVheart will stir with delight at your 3

room window when it :main
jar.50) i dawned on the frantic famuy RIVE IN : j remembering her with flowers. We hate 3

that there was an unused dour
.. J E many :hugges,tions, in fresh cut assortments 4
z
pur from
entering the bt'dr'1I1in" v1.r- ,

Tu"y co* your'mrti damunr* Cream rVWorantprotect from lrrakf.' was forgotten because there was ; ; ,, ";" *\ in plants and corsages. )

to l -Jtlll1t'. Inslintlv tops per-pii4U a chest of drawers against .r i

tnlor chr\Ls per lir.ttl'n n\tII'"He. '..c they finally reached her alhl11. rHEA[ IRE -- Keystone Heights! :;

Safe (or normal .lin..filmlr'tt"bll. ;c quickly revived he.irnrt't ; ; .4
Flowers
Myrtle Anderson t '
has
.' Ma\: crl'3m.n been inu i .4

down i to the U>tUuti : 'in. ar. / this week nursing a bad ,.aso .if Fri., Sat. May 1 12: Tues., May 5 ONLY i

:.tr "ngitis and cold con :r.edth : Wired

\\ ; mumps this week are M.ihaeIvvrick .. THE STARS y 4 4

and Carl Hunter t Anywhere 4 4

ar.d sorry to hear that ..:::> PonySoldisrTechnicolor i 4
4
Glen Wood ARE SINGING
Colson stiffere.1 a \ d ", f
1 tt
broken while ;
arm playing on the <
I V | playground swings .y' Rosemary Clooney & 4

1!, Petty Officer Ovid Be .:1tt .arrived ririN Lauritz Melchoir I II I Place t

home last TYRONE : 1 ir 4
-' Friday !afte: :.r

: I months in Korea lie u s on 15 POWER Wed., Thur. May 6, 7
4
days leave after which he w ill 1'" <'" :7 r Your Order .!- 4

port to San Diego Calif. ha-;< : 4
Sun. Mon. 3.t
l"it May ; ;' 4 SsssBRADFORD
3 Ai ?4 1'p you seen Helen Harley's becoming f. _. ( I Now Phone 218 4
'> 4
I Mimie Eisenhower ba.1gs"the 4
.iC
I : flh' J. M. EJ-jrards are sure bemoaning I II 1 Free

the fact that someboav ...J E Delivery 4 4

::;;!S has been cutting the beaut.f.i -----.f r 4" -- -- '\ "M tt11A I L 4 4

roses off their fence out ..n th
Lake Butler bra-ay would ball
CANOVAPHARMACYrilOXE right if they'd take just i II 4
,
m I ;; /
I blossom but when they cut two as'l Li? 4
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BRADFORD COrNTT TELEGRAPH.: STARKZ n..olUD.'r
MAY 1, 195S

.,
M and Mrs E P Renner of Mrs Daisy Pprnrman > visiting

p Gainesville spent Sunday \1sit.1DgMr her son-.n-law aud daughter Ms

and Mrs A. F. Sauls. and Mrs A. M Moore *n Bud k-

Attending the District 3 Epis- shear Ga for five weeksR.

Auxiliary meetingin C. A. Air Conditioning now
copal"omt'n's
V a/6/
Lake City last Thursday were on display at (l1a C. Shepherd-
W4
CIN THE NEWS Rev R. E MacBlaine. Mrs. Cora I Mrs W. E. Dowhng and '-hii- *

Quattlebaum. Miss Clara Leaman. dren spent the weekend m Paiat-

--- .. Mrs Everett Prescott and Mrs.A. ka visiting Mrs. Dowhng family
E. Haigh. Mr and Mrs{ Edmund Tenly
Dr and Mrs J A LeClert led Friends of Mrs Frank Hoover I
and .and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Waltersof
Brown
Mrs. Gilbert S.
Thursday for a six weeks tour u( will be happy to hear she is much
Mexico and Soath America. They ,improved after her heart attack I children visited Mr. and Mrs. J.i Jacksonville visited Mrs R L

were met in New Orleans by their two weeks ago. I C. Sapp at Heilbronn Springs on Green in Ashburn.Duncan and'Ga. classmates.on Sunday 'for you with A & P's

Mrs. Ivan Martell of Mrs J. A. Griffin spent a few Sunday. I i Kasper '
Dallas daughter, Texas who will accompany .days last week in Lakeland visit I See the new Admiral Refrigerator I Gary Enms and Carl Gre\ from 1Qwr Prices
at Cluu.C. .!Enr-ory: University spent the weekend "
display !
now on
relatives.
vClere'I'brother. _
them and also by Mrs ing I \ t1>
B. W. Davis who will I Mrs. W. P. Randall of Tampa Shepherds.Mr. I' with Rasper's parents. Mr 1r'/ ,o" :J Iona Plain or Self-Rising
K. G. Duncan
spending the weekend with the and Mrs. G. B. Williarrs and Mrs. .
Mara
accompany them Col as far John as S. Nile \\.. H. Grahams. i and family of Lake City were Reduced for Clearance all $ J NORTHERN PAPER
Venezuela.
dbo of Kansas, City. Mo will occupy I I Mr. and Mrs. Ned Yancey and I Sunday guests of Mr. and MrsR. white Leila's.Spring Coats and Suits at ) ft c FLOUR F

Kirgsley family were dinner guests of Mr. j O. Dansby.
the LeClerc home on
and Mrs. J A Scanlan
i and Mrs! G R. Yancey in Jacksonville I Mr and Mrs. B Y. Saxon of Capt.
Lake during their abunce. Kathleen and TOWELSc
.
dinner and daughters.
last Friday evening. I Hampton were Sunday
So the nw Admiral ICefrice- Ann. who have just returned '
at Cha Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Morse who I guests of Mr. and Mrs S. G Margaret Ibs $4.55
raton now on display :
from Japan are spending
are summering at Fancy Gap. Va. i iI Denmark and family. .i : 25
C "Shrph.rdr.Rev I several weeks' leave with Mrs ROLL 15e
were hale on business Tuesday Mrs. Bette Green of Marianna
S. McAliley I
and Mrs. W. Scanlan's mother Mrs O L
and Wednesday. I visited Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vin-
and son Sam. and Rev. W. T. Haynes.Mr. .
I IJ1.'Uf'at.s Mr. and Mrs Wm. L. Soto and ing on Sunday.I
dinner i
Martin of Tallahassee were Hobbs und
and Mrs. J. C Rose
Rack of Summer Invs $5 Sugar '
children. Bernadrtte. Robert and NORTHERN TOILETTISSUE
of Mr and Mrs. W. H. afternoonvisiting
moved to Starke to $10 I at Leila's.Mr family spent Sunday
Graham Wednesday evening following Ronald recently I Leon mIler 303 Can
Mrs.
and Mrs. N. S. Dankel Mr and
Texas and will 10e
a fishing trip by the men from Houston. in Jacksonville.Mrs. TOMATOES
make their home here. Mrs. Soto,I were in Waycross, Ga. on Sunday -
(tn the afternoon. 1 Mr. Dankel's mother.: Adolph Gay and daughters.
visiting
\ the former Miss Ellen Mer- I
Mr I' T Noun and Mrs. Riley Is Geraldine and Pauline, visited
Mrs. J. A. Dankel who is in the

Wasdln were shopping in and Jacksonville in-, sereau.I Rack of Summer Iress.s $5to hospital. 1 Mrs. Ben Cook and family. in Ann Page .
on Saturday I Janice Vickers is spending a Jacksonville on Saturday.Mr. 2 ROLLS S 15C
..
Gainesville on Tuesday.Mrs. : $10 at I iUVu II few weeks in Folkston. Ga. visiting and Mrs. G. J. McGnff Jr or LBS{ C
Mrs. leaver
Jack Hazen.
Noll is spending Mrs weekend SPAGHETTI MACARONI
W H. man : her grandmother Mrs. A. G. :were in Eustis over the
Outlaw and Mrs. B. T. Thomaswere
a few days this week in Jackson-I I Gowen. :visiting Mrs. McGnffs parents.

ville with her daughter Mrs. "mahawing" on the Suwan-I Mrs. R. M Lee and two sons.I Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Montieth.
H. Dawklns, who 11m. : nee River last Friday and alsovisited i spendingher
Crosby i Bobby and Alex, have returned Miss June Patel is
Mr and Mrs. James O. Toppina.Jr Mrs. F. P. Hines in Bran- to their home in Bedford Hills. two w ks'al'atlon with her Copeland Sugar Cured Smoked

and daughter Mayme EIle"n'l ford. 1 I N. Y after two weeks' visit with sister. Mrs Margie Galloway in '
with Mrs. Carrie Ritch was in Jacksonville | Halt or Whole Lb ; j jfa.
of Jacksonville spent Sunday I I Mrs. Lee'$ parents Mr and Mrs. Washington D. C HAMS 59C
their mother. Mrs Mayoi Toomey I on Tuesday shopping and I: E. J Dowling, Sr and Mr and R. C. A. Air{ Conditioning now

awl also visited Mrs. Sarah Me- visiting Dr. and Mrs T. G. Ritch : Mrs.! Gene Long. on display at OULS. C. Shepherds.
Call In Palatka. I Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Mrs .

$14.95 Vanity Fair Nylon Slips I Carrie Ritch and Miss Annie Darby -I 1 Young Tender Sliced .

.
friends in Mac-
and Gowns $9.05 for Mother's Dayat .i were visiting
Leila's. "clenny last Thursday. j II STARKE 1 s"fsrKgh> Lb .

Mr. and Mrs. George Sites of I IPhUadtlphla Mrs. B. E. Bennett and daughter i i BEEF LIVER 4SC ,..; ,

Pa. are guests this Miss Johnnie Bennett, and I
I I
week of Mr. and Mrs. R. R.I Mrs. Billy Bragen and son Ronnie I SERVICE
Hutchings.Mm. I: of Marianna were weekend i RADIOS TV i u. S. NO. ONE MAINEPOTATOES
I:1 Copelands Famous Pure
V. S. St. John. Mrs. Eve. ruesU of Mr. and, Mrs. Cecil I i

lvn Wise Mrs. Irma Buford. Mrs. 'I Sewell. / ; Reasonable Guaranteed Service I Lb Bag S
Cleo Harley of Lawtey and Mrs.!I Mrs. W. F. Godwin. Mr. and I I PORK SAUSAGE 49C

Vermont Novotny of Lake Geneva 'Mrs. Henry Godwin and Mrs. w.1 On All Makes Radios or TVIF

left Sunday to attend the meeting *I G. Haile are In Miami this week Lb

of the O.E.S. Grand Chapterat !where Mrs. Henry Godwin and 1 10 Bag 33C
RADIO OR TV SET ISNOT Allgood SlicedBREAKFAST
Miami Beach this week. I Mrs. Haile are delegates to the YOUR

Mrs. W. E. Middleton was the i: Methodist State w. S. C. $. con GIVING YOU "

overnight guest Monday of her ference. Mrs. Haile Is also attending SATISFACTIONCall BACON 51C
I
t. FRESH HARD, RIPE,
slater Mrs. Mae Jones, in Jack her son's wedding Friday
sonvllle. I evening. I jII : Lb

R. C. A. Air Conditioning now II Mrs. O. W. White Sr. went to e 198-W At Once TOMATOES 19C

on display at Out*. C. Shepherd Jacksonville Monday to bring A & P Own
and Mrs. Alton Revel and ''back her daughter Mrs. C W '
Mr.
daughter. Judy, of Tallahassee I Savage and family for a few davs' E 228 E. Call Street Next Door To Nastl'orthy'st TUB BUTTER Pound 69 C LARGE YELLOW

will be weekend guests of Mr. and I visit before Mrs. Savage and'
I
Mrs. Guy Sale. family left Thursday for Toledo.'I Ii Ii i J/geeors/
and make II i CORN
Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Harper I Ohio to join Mr Savage

and Miss, Annette Harper of Jacksonville I their home. Ann Page
and Ed Carswell of Tam Mr. and Mrs. James Reddish YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

pa were Sunday guests of Mrs. I and family of Valdosta Ga. spent At ENABLES US TO GIVE GRAPE E JELLY '12 glass 1 17C FIRM 1 RIPE, ,, -

Janie Avery.YYYTTTTYTTYT7T. I"family.j the weekend. with the .Roy Turner YOU BETTER SERVICE C

-. ala!u r.! ON YOUR
YYY YY YY Y Y Z'bs 2SBORAXO
j I the new Admiral Refrlg'-! I II 1 N PKG.BANANAS

CLASS 1 I I raters noon display at Cluu. I II AUTO I CAN LB.
'
I I C. Shepherd*.

PUBLICLIABILITY I Mr. and Mrs R. .\. Harley and or RUSO, ,BRAND, FROZEN

I daughters. Mary and Dora ofDol'chE'st..r. FURNITUREUPHOLSTERING 1 19C BORAX 19C GREEN PEAS. CAULFLOWER: OR
S. C. were weekend
I guests of Mr and Mrs Sam Anderson ,i l ; pkg
INSURANCE and all went to st SPINACH 1 29CWOODBURYS
Augustine on Sunday. i TOILET SOAP REG. BAR BATH BAR

Mrs. Harry Houston and Mrs .. > atReasonable for
$29-50 i I L. F. Dinkins attended the Ron' / 3 for23 2 23C
Prices
Representative for I I'j Show Friday.in Thomasville. Ga !lest 1 ti't I National Baby Week


.R UTIII-nS: STATESOld I Mr. and Mrs Frazier Shaw had'! You Must Be Satisfied or Your
dinner guests Saturday evening !
( Line Company) 1"1 Johnnie Bennett of Mananm Money Refunded I PIES.GERBERS

HOSPITAL AND LIFE I and Doyle Conner. I APPLE
LETS TALK IT OVER YOU ARE UNDER NO '
INSURANCE CO. I Mr and Mrs William Brisccx OBLIGATION .
of Valdosta. Ga: were Sunday
i I I
:1: guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A BABY FOOD 3 Jars 29C


CONNER BROSPhone ,i i Colson.Mrs J L Briggs of Jacksonville 1 I N.I & S. UPHOLSTERY !I Another Jane ParkerBakery C Heechnut'

spent the weekend with hei'sister. Value At A

2S3: 116 Court St. Mrs A. Z. Adkms anti II III Phone 133 Court St. Opposite Court House SPECIAL LOW -'' JUNIOR FOODS, 2 jars 29c
PRICE ONLY
Judge Adkins. -
I White House
Gen. InsuranceStarke Mr. and Mrs. C G Hal k"\alt.\ !

. i I fMILK 3 tall
,i are spending a few day this .. \ 8 INCH EACH cans 39c
Florida week at their camp at Sail i

Springs.Mr I I Pablum
a AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAipJ'JSAT I and Mrs Heibeit r.reen THEATRESTARKE CEREAL
8
I II oz pkg 23cLl
I were visiting Mr. and Mrs Fred I I

1C Sellev in Fernandma on Sunday X SOAPFLAKES N. B. C.

(They were accompanied by MrsJ I bar 27c
Ige -
*. M H Fields who visited her sister Dedicated To Community Service ,
Fl-:
"1Ioif'8re Better Than TOILET SOAP Pound Package C
Sr. in r"I
Mrs. R. E. Tanner. I SALTINES L I E S 21
23c
bar 3 for
LUX
Baldwin. If find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad reg .

Fri. Sat. -May 1 2 I RtslurtHl for Clearance all cut you ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat. FLOATING SOAP _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
DOUBLE FEATURE i while :Spring Coats and Suits at
bar 3 for 23c HAPPY KIDSYRUP
Overland Telegraph Lrila's. .. May 2 ONLY I Tul's.. Wed. May. 5, 6 SWAN reg -

\\iib Tim Holt. Richard Martin I Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis and I DOUBLE) FEATURE TiE lf WITH FACE CLOTH Number 5 Jar

and bail iath i Tallahassee until the end of the Legs !I AllAN'ROCKY-LANE tre. BREEZE, Ige pkg> 29c S 49CSILVERDUST

axu- i;, islative session. They plan to !, .r.....BLACK 1bCKrt ( SilVER \ r WITH FACE CLOTH

Son Of Paleface i-ome: home weekends. : Ige pkg 28c
Mrs R J. Das110 is visitingher [
M BUG KILLER
iv TKCHMCOUMith : : SOAPY RICH
.. son-in-law and daughter M' : WHIP 7' \
IV.li II.'|1M'. Jan Ku sell. .
and Mrs. II G Davis. Jr m TVahassee urniaAN RINSOlgepkg 27c PintSwanson's
Roy Kogers and TricjjerAlxt I
for several weeks \\ to. !) .h NO R1NSSURF REAL-KILL 69C
odor Cartoon and 1'h.ip- ; I
weekend. ,
home for the ; FRORY
It Serial Ige pkg 28c
-
Mrs. E. C. Priest and granddaughter fI.-., j. ,
< "
Anita Alvarez, and Mrhate i : ..1. f MIOKTEM.NGSPRY.Slbs
Sun.. :Mon. :May: :3, I ; W:1. ,. ......, t.
Sheppard were visiting re:- 89c Ever
FARGO :..... '- -- ..- Fresh Boned
,..stives in Fort White on Sun.i.n"Ir -
DIME LILYCORN
Uith \MUl Hill Elliott and Mrs L. D 1 1LIFEBUOY
Vining !
Pin CarttKin and News Mr and Mrs W. J. Tuw: ma-UH1I I Dksta "G MEAL, 24 oz pkg 21c Oz Can for _
iffil \ CHICKEN 6 1 89C
of Stockton. Ga. spent Mr Vsnms's BATH SOAP !
I TUl'.., :May 5 o t.YI vacation last week ft>PiP.*: bar 3 for 23c
at Belleview. .. PATtlCA MECIHA I'lui "UOU)\HIOtt Fun Ft""ti\.al" reg ,

The I.V TECHNICOLOR Last Outpost Mrs R. A (Colson and daughters I; 1'1"i" .h:1.can: ) \\ SuMMlMMrurn Get the Bird" napohct ---. -- -- .- -- .., _. ,:. _'... _-:: -.- _: .: : Serve with OCEAN SPRAY
I and Mrs. F. F. Flume were I .
\\lth KoiuUd Reagan and Cartoon and ('hap.o.: aptain
I ELDON SAPP!
in Gainesville Monday afternoonJ !
KhontU FlemingAl.o M F.Jw3.rdsViS in Central- I 1 i.l\>o." I Ann Page Damson Plum CRANBERRYPRESERVES

Out i lia. Mo over the weekend on business. F. I). KEY
I !
:s 11'cd., Thur. May 6.1 IW4I SAUCE Lb Can "c
. ; DOUULE; FEATURESCARLET : $14.95anlty Ivalr Nylon '1111..1 >un., Mon. May: 3TlispKfia I P IIARARA A A A SJATCkIIARRY ; \
I "
and Con$9.95 for Mother'* B.i)
ANGEL at Ix-iU's. I PL% ELL Sllh1IYA !
.. f!
IX TI.01MCOI.OU: Mrs A F Sauls. Mrs L D I DER'SMALL Prices in this ad effective thru May 2ndmi .

With \\lInn" 1)('(arlo and loch, Green and Mrs Henrietta Hunt j ( [ 11 i yfs .
?= TOWN RAIP[ H ElER[[ [
II I uJ.'n were in Jacksonville on Tuesday ;I .v.o..l UUitat ieitii6t Zdeaihnu....1."ail ..11'-, _

1 AM Mr and Mrs Roy Holm and ; &\ \i: GIRl" @ err j jeJ mint, 2 Lb. Jar 35c

'1 family of Tampa were overnight :; ,
w The Crimson Pirate i I ; .t' Jpardy f ,, I t / Is
guests Saturday of Mr. and Mr> t. .t '
f
IN TECHNICOLOR< M L Lawson I4t l
'IMii ,
: With Hurt I.ancast and I i Mr. and Mrs J. D. Doyle attended ,, Comedy plu+ "HoaAters" SComedy pt'< *Oat AH A NIK i
I 'UJ'1 mine era
Plu> "Capiain Outragrwus"; Cartoon : c Or/arr
I Eta lUrtok ; the Clay High School! and Latt""tt'orld St'oi plus "lloaztsrs Sp '. .- -" -- -- .' 300 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.mm.n' .
Also Intent World News ,band concert in Green Cove t I

,. Springs last Thursday everting. ,4 i ia'I I Ij j -



PAGE SIX''W COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORID,\
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YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY' Mr, and Mrs. Ernest OrUguaof TYYYYTTTYTTTTTTTTTT TTTT'' TfTTfffffTfffTTTTTTTTTTT --

Jacksonville spent the weekend .

GRAHAMby 1 with Kate Starling.Mrs OrtaguV mother Mrs STATE FARM: HIGHLANDBy


I, Mrs. F. M Gnffin hadas AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 31-. i it
)lrL! Bonnie McKlmwjrAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mr. and ; Lacy NormanLAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
their gueot Sunday their daughter The State Farm CommunityClub This We BelieveBanking iI
> Beard of Gainesville -
Mrs. Hough net: at the club house Tues I
Mr and Mrs Lee Youngblood day, April 23, with 19 members The Gideons conducted ser ces
returned to their home in Wau- Cpl. Bobby Wasdm and Pvt present. Everyone looked their., at the Highland Baptist Church i
(hula Sunday after upending a Gene Watson of Ft. Jackson S. C. i:best with all the fresh Spring out- t last Sunday They place Bibles in i
- week here with relatives pent the weekend with their par- 1,fits. AU were happy to see three I I schools and hotels throughout the t I''

Mr. and Mrs. V L. McKinney ents. Mr and Mrs H. M Wasdin ,members, Mrs. J. M. Bradley I country and we enjoyed hearing I!I Is More Than Just Handling Money. Wrapped Up In I

have moved back to Bro<.okn"11le. and Mr and Mrs. Flake Watson. Mrs. H. H. Cox and Mrs. R. P. about their work. <

Mr and Mrs. Z. T. Youngblood Other weekend guests of the Was- McLendon, present again after The following were baptized at 'II The Funds We Manage Are The Hopes And Aspirations Of I
and children of Sarasota spent dins were Mr. and Mrs. A. T. long absences. After a short business I Crosby Lake last Sunday: the ; Peo
Saturday night with his brother- Andrews and children of Hastings. i meeting, the hostesses for : Smith brothers. Homer Washie. I I
ln-1aw and sister Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mandy Smith of :-Orfolk.l,1 the afternoon Mrs W. G. Stnng- I and Carey Lamar Starling Lester I pie Their Dreams of New Homes Children : ; Greater

John McKinney.J. Va. Is visiting her ;fellow and Mrs. Bryan Whitfield Austin. Johnnie Belle Padgett. ar.d I

D. McKinney left last Fri sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Berry served delicious refreshments of and Harry Norman. I Ease In Living Comfortable Old Age .
day for Lutz where he will be Dyal. cake, Ice cream and coffee. The Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Griff and

employed Mrs. Irene Ratliff and niece: club house made a lovely settingfor daughter. Geraldine were shop- I

Walter and Billy Broughton Miss Sharon Cain visited Mrs the meeting with beautiful ping in Jacksonville Thursday of
were in Tallahassee last week. I I Ratliff's mother, Mrs. Jessie arrangements of Easter lilies, last week. When e finance a home. we help (to build a family. '

Dr and Mrs Robert Caiman Crenahaw of Gainesville last white gladiolas larkspur and snap- I Miss Lucille Starling of Oak We like families and we think the strength of 'I
Thursday.We dragons.Mr. Grove attended church here Sun- our country is in its families.
of Carr N. C were guests of Dr. I I IWhen
are glad! to report that and Mrs. R. A. Caldwellof day afternoon.
week.
and Mn Campanella last Raiford of Jackson- we finance public implements t I
Manning help
i
Horace (Bill) Cain is much improved Battle Creek, Michigan ar- i
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTIWIIInE but U still confined to rived Thursday to visit the J. G. I i t ville visited the Leonard Normans to build our communities.
Caldwells. Mrs. J. G. Caldwell! ( Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
I
TRAINING I AND : I When we safeguard and increase savings, we
bed.J. and Mrs. Lacey Norman
Miss Frances Caldwell and visitors
EXPERIENCE; COUNTIf I I.. Morgan Russell Starling, !' underwrite freedom per*onal freedom.
.II and Mack Abernathy made a spent Sunday afternoon viewing and son, Larry, visited their son-
need tniM or surgical i Foster Memorial! at White in-law and daughter, :Mr.: and Mrs When finance
)ou a recent business trip to Dunedin Stephen I we auto and appliance purchases,
support )ou cannot afford to i Mr and Mrs Bill Hines of Long- Springs. The R. A. Caldwells left Richard Sapp, .in Green Cove w e keep people at work.

take a chance with your health wood spent the weekend with Mr. Monday to visit other relatives in Springs Monday.Mr
by being Improperly fltUd. and Mrs. Perry Starling and Mr. Jacksonville Ocala, Tampa and and :Mrs.: E. C. Harvey and When we finance new business, we create job.
sons attended a birthday supper
Here at Cno\a Prescription and Mrs. It. HInefl.Mr Miami. I When safeguard the
we
jat the home of the Youngs at financial future of our
hate trained tecJinlciftB and Mrs. Roy Starling went Mr. and Mrs R. S. Rosier haveas
Out
** wit
I( Baldwin. Mrs. Young is a sisterof country, we protect and plan for youth the
*. both male wul female, Sunday to see their son, Kenneth guests for several weeks their Mrs. Harvey. men and women of tomorrow.
to gene jou.lUtnember who is in Hope Haven Hospital. daughters. Mrs. O. B. Thompson Mrs. Jimmie Norman is visi- I
health and Jacksonville. We all hope he getsto Becky Sue, of Ft. Bragg ::. C.
jour Carne home soon. and two children Peggy and ting her children in Jacksonville. On the occasion of First
our Anniversary take this
comfort depend on expert Eddie Harvey had the misfor- we oppor-
Mr. and Mrs. George Rivers hadas Husband Tommie, brought theamily
ruUn,. tune to break his collar bone at
guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs here and left Sunday for school last week. He is getting tunity to thank the People of This Area for the
CANOVA Leon Ellington of Starke and Mr. Macon, Ga. where he is being II along fine, however. Splendid Sup-
and Mrs. D. L. Shaw of La- reassigned for another camp. Mrs.

PRESCRIPTION CENTE Crosse Thompson prior to marriage, was Jacksonville Mrs. Lacey Wednesday Norman was to see in port Accorded Us Since Our Opening, May 2, J952.
M Miss Clarice Rosier.
PHONE 4202 her nephew, Howard Thompson, [
(Near Hospital) DONT SAY fountain Pf'n-s.\ Mr. and Mrs. Milo Seigler from who underwent an operation. He I

E8TEKBKOOK. A point for every Valparaiso announce the birth of f recently returned from the armed ., ,.,- I" .., .__ '1
Gainesville Fla.WAAAAALAAAAAAAALA&AAA.
purpose $%.31 complete at BRADFORD I
a daughter, Susan, on April 17. I forces.
a COUNTY TELEGRAPH. Susan Joins a brother Mike. Mrs I II Church Senioes We like people. We like to see them in our bank. If you have

i Seigler will be remembered as 1 Services at the Highland! Baptist

JUST IN TIME FOR MOTHER'S DAY I Miss Roberta Whitfield. daughterof Church as follows: Sunday some plan for the future let us talk it over with you. You will
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Whitfield. School 9:45: a. m. each Sunday.

I Last Thursday Mrs. M. J. Collins !- Worship services 11 a. m. and 7: be surprised to learn how ingenious modern banking can be in

NliWlt { and Mrs. W. E. Feagle attended 1 30 p. m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: each I

Pil wt .4-: 4 : a linen shower in honor Wednesday afternoon. Teachers helping people make their dreams come true.
of Mrs. Collins daughter Emma I meeting each Saturday 7:30: p. m.

Rita Robertson at a school-mate Come out and worship with us. 1" .. ,,_ .,_ _'" ,_" ,_,,_.,,_.i
friend's home in Gainesville. Miss We always welcome! you.
i DUCHESS ENPi1Jf f YtN6 TIA ta.friii: Tessie Wagner was hostess. I
., ;;-- 1 Small To Know You
; enough
Saturday Mr. and Mrs. M. J. I -- Large Enough To Help You

Collins spent the day in Archer
1 FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S
e Eiciring new with Mrs. Collins' sister Mrs. Strong Enough To Protect You
developmentMade J. T. Simmons. I IMrs.

''f E. J. Yarbrough spent the ; JUST ONE ,
of durable plastic weekend with her son, Albert Yar
FRIGIDAIREMade Complete Facilities For All-Round Service To Individuals
brough and family of Gainesville. Families, And
Translucent but not On Sunday they attended a family I only by General Businesses
transparent reunion and birthday party in Motors Corp. All other

honor of Mrs. Yarbrough's broth- \ Electric Refrigerators are
Filters and diffuses light
r-in-law, A. A. Youngblood. age made by other companies
t 77, in Waldo. Over 50 friends and i i and cannot use the word
Easier to clean :
relatives attended enjoying the 1 Frigidaire. State Bank
occasion and Mr. Youngblood received Keystone
I It Never needs refinishing
7 many gifts. Mrs. Albert ;
Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
Yar- I
Guaranteed against rust, Yarbrough brought Mrs
corrosion brough home late Sunday after- ? ?
noon. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLORIDA
'' Will not bend, sag or Guests of Mr.:: and Mrs W E.I THEN SEE

crack Feagle on Sunday were Mrs. C. 1 I MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP.
F. Edwards, Mrs. Feagle's mother, i E. H. SMITHTenth
Ckoiee of nine colors at I IDOLLflR
I
l..k lor the DtxktttIttl and brothers Robert B. Edwards ,
Irs '*vr Cujfinlt* CD no extra costFOR I
.I Qvabtv, Dittinctita. C. G. Edwards and wife and two i and Temple Ave. II ,
daughters. Helen! and Brenda Starke, Fla.
FREE ESTIMATES CALL Joyce all of Jacksonville.Mrs. I I
:M.: J. Collins is spendingthis
week in Gainesville and Ar- lll'A.\r7t BEAT A
FOk7jOL'L/ln} o :
GASSETT EXCHANGE STOREPhone cher. While there she will attenda

series of showers given in

honor of her daughter whose mar-
207-W Starke, Fla. ,
riage will be an event of the weekend -

: at the home of Miss Robert Poiilkw
son's aunt, Mrs. J. T. Simmons of
""""
"
Archer.Dr. .
-- and Mrs. H. J. Kucera attended

\ the 70th annual! meeting of
the Florida State Dental Society
r 51G K o held in St. Petersburg :Monday: A. GENERAL MOTORS MASTERPIECEA

4 through Wednesday of last week.

'\ i Mr. and Mrs E. C. Long and

I i daughter. !Martha motored to i
!iMarianna for the weekend with .
II ,
( Mrs. R L. Bell, Mr. Long's sister {jlj< ( ViN; ;:r1i' (.',;:';
I
I
+ ... .
'& \\ho has spent the past month JJt'
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,herewith them. On Sunda\several) I. _
:jof Mrs Bell's children and their
I families all enjoyed dinner together !
with the Longs at Mrs. .. .y. .. .. '
rA lriaadt at1St I <-tf. \\
Via Bell's home. The Longs returnedlate ,: M 4
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\ .... Sunday afternoon. ..,..',-. J 1L\ \

Thursday night of last week the t.l'..j-'-.'" ....- .
I .
,
Starke : \sp- _
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School Band gave a concert -- N _
,j I I II in the prison for inmates, I
C I Following the concert the H. J.I

Kuceras entertained the band. I Ii
;of which their daughter. Patsy, I

is a mer.berith Cokes and .
i[cookies at the Kucera home. -: .
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Enjoying the occasion, besides the r f
t L
37 band members, were the leader! ,
Mr. Roberts, and Mr. and Mrs. Ur
l.-
I t :Ill. O Bates, III. : 'Il 1 t

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Mr and Mrs. J. L. Williams rii -- --.

"p.-nt all of last week visiting
relatives in East Points.
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: Mrs P S. Crews spent the .
weekend in Auburndale with relatives -- --
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:Mr: and Mrs W. H. Williams

All these deluxe features l tfI.1CrossTop had a* guests Saturday night I Verv. Prowl Car --. t .:\ Very Modest Price I

of a sensational low price I and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John
Ij'eerie S-ipp of Starke and Rev.
Fr*.zer Chest, of fact the only modest thing HIGHLIGHTS Of PONTIAC QUALITY AND fA1Ull
and Mrs Lonnie Roberta of Jack According to Webster, one of the imporAs a matter ,
for frozen foods R' Jet Self-D-frosfer taut meanings of the word proud is this: about a Pontiac is its price-for this! f! ,i I.0a4 122-lnrh U'blb..."

Movable Shelves for) I REFRIGERATOR I supl "Worthy of admiration ; deserving wonderful car which gives you the engineering 1.I"loh.: Ia.l-iUnp 1'ower Train terpraise.
bulk food storage *% ." and the best features of '
quality Superb 1'erforwanenThat I.
we Thursday Mr. and Mrs. P. S. !
Handidor Egg Net? Crews and grandson visited Mr definition fits the 1953 Pontiac like the costliest cars is priced just above the aullful. lloaniv.Lu .

J 4-Temp. Butter Bank f and Mrs. Dave Shaw in LaCrosse.Mr. a glo\e. Pontiac's distinctive SHier'ery lowest! ; i urioiu Ilodle bjOnrral I'hh..r

; torg Meat Keeper/ SMALL and Mrs. L. W. Pace and Streak beauty is certainly rthyof admiAnd when you're figuring price, be sure t M.lor* I.o.f'd Prll'l'd. Eight 5

Full-Width Glsper* I son enjoyed supper in Jacksonville ration-and gets plenty of it everywhere.And to remember Pontiac's remarkable resale J..r.ul lI1&h..mpr..loa Engine

"Norglosi" Exterior DOWN with Mrs Pace's sister andbrotherinlaw. when you sit behind the wheel and lIue-the sure test of long-lasting 1! IXablUhrd: Eon: ...y, lent Ute and |
setae- "Power King" Compressor Mr and Mrs. Hardy I feel the effortless surge from Pontiac'sfamous : quality. Why not come in and see how High: Itr-kale Value I
d..rr.
e l z in.. J& it today PAYMENTAPPLIANCES Hagood. Tuesday of last week I' power plant you'll l know that easily you, too, can become the proud Exceptional Muring aid Parking Ease
Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawrr you're driving a mighty proud perf ormer. owner of a new Pontiac? Li opjQnJeu'fuoli. SP
were dinner guests of Mr. and \
'

GA V'S HOME last Mrs Mr., Wt J and*k.G. \Caldwell trs. R. II.Thursday Cox visited of Simpson Urquhart PontiacCourt

>dts; their daughter Mrs. Enice Brad- -

" shaw, at Mt. Dora and other relatives -
Phone 10 Cor. Court and Madison Sts. Starke, Fla. in Orange and Lake Countyover
the weekend. & Jefferson Sts. Phone 67 Starke, Fla.6RIDFORD .


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\,- MAY, 1953 BRADFORD' COUNTT TELEGRAPH, STARKB. FLORIDA .
rvr.r
: SEVEN
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'" :* -.a' riant: and must Divorce ,
1 .. -, ..) tr- cU.rn.int. hU has ben filed aga'.nt! you in the
ago d'torney. or it will above named Court a-.d cause and
That's Our Husiness;
.
> ril:: g ;o law. you are required to Rf\'e! a CTy of
your answer or pleading tt thr. C LASS
K m % t'. :,a run! Maiwell.Etr. complaint on the Plaintiff >' If If ; (Jlass \Ye slate 11.!
..r.x. Attorney Joseph K Skipper. ;*:
I'. Jr. Graham Building. Ji. fr : v. :.'.rlx. Florida
4 !4 4t S 15OK and file the original in the! office .,:'
I
'the Clerk of the Circuit Curt :nor Joe Peters Glass Co.
\oTICE: 111TloT ) I before the
.,. KK.I.I: .TKK KICTITIOloMK :5 day of May 1? 5.
N '. "- hereby riven that the otherwise the allegations,. of sad' ron ANY (;I LEEU= :
i j. qr.-d. under the provisions Complaint will be taken as cr.ff.3 t
\Ne )DeMffn i Modern
Store Fronts
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.
: .t;rrr lO.SiS' Laws of Florida ed by you
t f 1J4':. will register with the This notice *ran pe published' -> Just Mail I Is A Pattern for
-'. f tie! Circuit Court :n and once each week for four consecutive
.
iruJfvrJ '"tunty. State of 1.1 1.- weeks in the Praifard County Tele f Table Tops
: .'' -i 1 ff< ript' of proof of publica- graph.
1VjJj. : 'n.- lI..t"... the t: tt.ua; Dated thi' :I!* day of Apr.'.. P" :31 N N.V.. ltth' St. (; l n's\ ilk! Fla. Phone &t.'l.VITTTTJTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTl: ; :'
.. : Sirkr. Ice Co. under which Il'I'IL"l.LL..) Charles A. Dal; > .
: tiffd in bu--ines atinterested Clerk of the iircult i-'ur-
t I By Marian U Crosbx. Di\'.itv ">rk
.: '<;< in said 4 M lOTHI : '
.-- TheliuA B Johns and 4
R 1 J..hns, sole > : ui ppitn 4
1 owners I* Circuit Court, Bradford. ('.an(). t PLUMBING AT IT'S BEST'We .l 4
.4th Florida: In < hnnrery.Juan'ta 4
: day of April. 195J,
o' :d County Florida. l lunt<-r. Plaint! ff \ -. l' n
ir> 1:. liunter.; DefendantCa 4
4 24 4t 5 li (guarantee; Our 11 urk
!K 1 1111111'111 i >eX. ?7.' > 4
si \ :' 1\1.\TIII\ |I I.tlee i Top|>rr > And We Work 0 4
y 1t.I.I"IIU: : KIC-I1IIOI .. \ \'111 I I I. T. D '!.ley K tunt..r wh.-- r, -:- I> 4
: t.1'! r oi.d Addre I'nknow1YOU. Quickly} L'Consult 4
y rI.y given that the : i> K t 4
.'.ii.-r thrprovvions .- are hereby notified that a > 9 A
lL r1ci av : '.: ; 1-'i\\ .- ,.f Florida, iu.t Divorcehas f-.r j l s When jj t 4 4
i a.i: register with the ; 4
-. C.r.-uit Court in and i ben filed against you !In the,, 4
.- .- 'unty. State of Florlpt above named Court and cause and I IN NEED OF ANY: T\PE: I'll I 'WI\( 4

..f proof of publica- you are required to serve a copy of > -.- --- ---- 4
: .t! P'it ire. the fictitious 'your answer or pleading to the complaint ,
M.-i, Th.-mas I on the Plaintiff Attorney I A'O JOli TOO SMALL 4
:. ,. ''I-i >Min h II c are ; .staurant'l Joseph K. Skipper 'i r.taJ.a"-; 4
1 1 liulldlng, Jack""I1\... Fi,,' :I.l.t 4
r.y3 int- n.ii.juuth U'I I" f1. Highua) I \0 JOB TOO 1..111(; :
Zvl. StarkeFla.. I and file the original ?n the office of 4
the Clerk of the Circuit Court --- 4
That the parties interested in said on >
i l bu-i--s are Herbert Th..maand I or before the :::; dar.f :Max 4
t, t : t ) P, Bgy H. Thomas Mile 1 owners, 700 1953; otherwise the allegations ct FILLY AW BROS. 4
t' l.a.iIt. :St.! StarkFla.. said Complaint will be taken a& confessed 4
1 '.lh.oI tln :Mth day of April. 195J. by you. 4
St.iskf.! Itr.nifoid County. Florida. This notice shall be published 4
Licensed
Plumber With 11 \
once each week for four conieciitue1weeks ear K\periem-e 4
'. 4 24 4t 5,15
1. A r It 't:, .,..",' in the Bradford County Telegraph t N. Court) St. Starke Fla. *

\01 II'.: Tn ."..... Ill j
Dated this IS d." of Ann II.! 1"I i PHONE 290 *
In Circuit Court llrndlurd Count. (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles .
\ Darby
Klorlilni In r......",.. I' : LLLLLULLLLLLLLLLAAAAAAAAAAAALLLLLLILLLLLLLILLIACon..nt..aol
'krh r
.f PI"
/ ( r. : ;
ist YrJ, .I ..nuk.\ Plaintiff! \ ( ... '
fr i 'orgr Py Mandii L ""I: '.i>'. n-Mtx: I '1. rli
'.ik.\ I>ff.-ixiaitt. 1 .. ,. '
-r Ca.X": 97"V -
\tiec Tit \|ipear.T .
!tui. u.t6r.. \\ !ti'- .t. I" I I
3z .( Ml, aMe> I-' 17 Ki-iUl.'K, I'.l": t
: tr >xraiii-r. X.'W York. \'r.ndo"" .
You are hereby notified that ATTENTION
,' suit for
I>i\oi- in nrpnratinK ord. i I'
has been filed against you In the
t above named Court and cause and, If You Have

l' your answer or pleading to the
PINE OR CYPRESS

Theatre-In-The-Round Provides Good Fun In One-Act PlaysFew complaint .on Evan the T. Evans PlaivtifraAttorney 103

Law Exchange, Florida Building Jacksonville TIMBER TO SELL Lys


things die quite so narrowing a.x production II t H ay Kucera Irene Metzgei and Margaret Rose:- Duncan) help I the and file Clerk the of ortRTnai the Circuit tn tne Court office on of Large or Small Tracts Cotenant Wind...

hIgh school play The tension ut easily detected: on the fat es ot t make a crowd jr before the J' Pgture Windo t
Jo day lot May. 19;;3;
Mr and Mr*. Hubert Pavison, HHS sprevh instructors as they At top right Father Maxwell (Jimmy Weldon> shikes a fIst. otherwise the allegations of said {We Buy All

direct a dress rehearsal of the two one-act plays presented: tn as Miss Burke, an old-maid school teacher (Jimmie Cole) tries Complaint. will be taken as confessed I
by you.This
PAY TOP PRICES
the USO auditorium two nights April 17, IS.! to calm him.Bottom notice shall oe publishedonce
each week for four consecutive COOL Flo-Breeze Awnings solve every
In their productions this year the Davisons have used the row consists of scenes from the one-let mystery, weeks In the Bradford County Tele- *

new theatre-In-the-round technique. An aiea' in the middle of The Alan In The Bowler Hat." raph.Dated' thi 17 day r.f April. 1!)JH awning problem! With Flo-Breeze and at

the auditorium U used as a stage, with spectators healed and Lower left: "The Man" (T. J. Alderman, Jr.) directs actionas (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Write or Call I no extra cost, you can get exactly the awn
Clerk of the Circuit Court
dewing the action from all four sides. The new technique has heorme (Jackie Colley) and hero (Ben North>)> get sentimental. By :Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk ing style needed for your home. Solid colors,

proved as popular with audiences here as it has elsewhere in the Center: Hero doesn't seem to have a chance as bad man 4214t 5'15 : BST.TIIOMASLUMBER
stripes and contrasting borders.
l' (Billy Moore) and chief villian (Kenneth Tyus>>> get in their dirty :\Tlr. 1'0 ..IPPF.lllIn ,
S.At Clreuit (Court llrndford County,
top are two scenes from the comedy, "Siy Uncle," featuring work. Florida In ('....("..,7". CO.
Juanita ( Plaintiff,
vr.
the homelife of the Maxwell family. In the group at center Right: Mirian Henderson aj Miry and Bobby Wiggins as John Louis ('Cambbell Campbell., Defendant.Case PHONE 211-J

ate Mrs Maxwell (Norman: Gonzales and an old "boy friend" don't seem to know just what to do with wicked-looking revolvers No. ?74Notice Call F. R. BUTTRICK
: To Appear.To. P. 0. Box 735
Tat Bowers) seated on sofa while the Mixwell -children (Pat- that have been thrust upon them. Louis Campbell who e resident
STARKE FLA.
I is: Clinton, S. S.: and n huse ,

,Mmr: TO 'I'lan and file the original In the officeof Florid! I. Chancery.Miri'in the Clerk of the Circuit Court on mailing address, N c.n..rd: l Dfh\i-\ : < .. PHONE 9101 STARKE, 1'LA.
!. ("lrr.l (....,t, llrndfurd ('....IfKlurldm .I I the Clark of the Circuit Cuurt on U. MOS.H. Plaintiff, vs. :Mary!I or brfdrr the You are hereby notifii-d that a 1L -r
!. Thmirrrr.iirh I i or before the 1', :Mu.-s. Defendant. 11 day of ...ay, 19J3: ; suit for I
r.1 II. lllnkly.' I'Ulntlff.. 11 day of :May. 1953: Case No. 9757 otherwise the allegations of said
LJUnV Ilinlo.l..)., Dffmdant.. otherwl.the, allegations of aid Not Ire To tppear.Mrv Complaint will be taken a* confessed -
Case No. 97JJllrr ; Complaint! will be taken. a* oon- : P. Muss. whose residence by you. t
:>. T. Annrar.Tii fu..1 by you. and address i is: Unknown This notice shall be publishedonce .
UUn U'. Itlnklcy. whose real This notice shall b. published You are hereby notified that a each week for four consecutive
deice and address In: Unknown once each week for four ronneru- I suit for weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph -
You are hereby. notified that a five week In the Hradford County Divorcehas A:
ult for T..I"Kr.l.h. I been filed against you In the Dated this :3: day of April 195:. WOW This new
Divorce stated. this S day "f April. 1:1: ;ir bove named Court and cause and OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles .0\. D-troy /
hat hern filed against you In the I (OFFICIAL SKALi t'h..rh'j.Duby you are required to serve a copy of Clerk of the Circuit Court ... ... .:y
above named 'ourt and cause and Clerk of the t rtn-ult. '"ourtKy v.iur answer or pleading to the By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
you are rr.|utrrd to serve atop) -.f ; :Marian L Crosby I I..IHI t\ 't'lcrk I ,ompUmt .in the Plaintiff's 4/10 U SflOTICK
your answer or pleading to the 4 :>I' t1' JnTln "' '11'11"': A! T. Schneider. 79 I ro
uipnint: : on the I'Ialntlfr'sAttnrpr' I.ym-h Bu di ,ig. Juk.nville, \ TO APPKIRIB
II> V Knight Si* K.K .-. \ : TO lrrilit: J.' d.> flrrvil ('our, Ilrndford County,
">rU. In Circuit Court, llradfurd fount,1 t'and f'li 'n,' orlclna) in the >ft!.-e of \ Florida! la Chancery :iH NO.NOX'Lreally
| Mil,.hell J..rd.n.Ib, Plaintiff VS.Fraiiief :

E.: Webb, Defendant.Case No.. 9752

\..llre To Appear.
TII- Frances K. Webb, whose re.!l
GROCERIES d.-nee and address is: Fitzgerald.


Earl COOK'S MEATS f.r suit You Divorcehas for 11.are hereby notified that a I :! ;&x has it !


been filed against you In the
above named Court and cause and
FEED !: you are required to serve a copy of
i your answer or pleading to.the complaint Get new, boosted NO.NOX-the gasoline that'sas
( on the Plaintiffs Attorney '!
4 1dol
Phone 339-J 1.2 Mile From Starke City Limits North {, liuilding.Zah 11 Douglas Jacksonville SOS; Florida Lynch ; i advanced as today's super-compression engines. The .

Quantity} lights Itesenrd f 'I'KdALS FOR FBI &: SAT.. MAY 1, 2VTTTTTTTTTrTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtrTTTTTTTTTYVTTVTTTTTTT and file the original In the office \ gasoline that's made especially to meet the highly ex
| of the rverk of the Circuit Court on
TTTTTTTTTTTTTSUPER l lor before the 11 day of May. 1'53Nh..rwise acting fuel requirements of these sensitive power plants
the allegations of said
SPECIALSTK.NDKK I I I: I'lULSALK; 1 KAIM.Y: Jr\ E: 'Complaint will be taken as con-I y' and make them deliver peak efficiency. Great for en-
II fried by you.
I This notice shi':; be published gines of ever1 age. .
I
OzLIVER "nee each week for four consecutive ;
SI.ICKI) I1KKF PEAS 17 9CI weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
I raph.
Lb lv t.- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby r
39CF1.1 Clerk of the Circuit Court .
I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
4, 10 U 5/1 /.4 t
I NO.: 303 C.\XUNnu

\OTI'I: TO APPKUl
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la Clreult Court Kmdford ('oanty
Florida.: In <'!......".

TtESS39C : TUMA TOES 10C ', nye Th..ma P ,Suapp.o Snapp.Defendant.Plaintiff Case No.. Min-915otiee $I


i \ To Appears
I I T" Minnye P Snapp. whose residents -
I and address u: Glade Springs

TKNDKK l'IllTI\. UOAST OK I YKM.OXVKOSG | Virginia.
You are hereby notified that a
suit for Here's the three-way difference :

STEAK Lb 39C : Lbs 1 Divorcehas been filed against you In the

I FLOUR 25 $1.89 | above named Court and cause and
I you are required to serve a copy of
I I your answer or pleading to the ; 3 >
complaint on the Plaintiff __
KltESll 1) & D FI.A HENS Olt Attorney Evan T. Evans IB" X
i ri RE Law Exchange Ir-jilding, Jacksonville -

Lb I and file the,original Florida In the office of
FRYERS 49C LbJar the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

or before the
LARD 3 37C
11 day of :May m: -... A 1 1I
I
otherwise", the allegations of said
I Complaint will be taken as confess-
LEAN: MEATY HlB & HK1SKET led by you I >3 ,/
1
This notice shall be publishedonce
Lb HU E ROSE e..cn week for four consecutive I II
1QC weeks in the Bradford County Tele-I I II
STEWSWIFT'S E
S graph I
Dated this S day of April 1933.
RICE E 5" 62C (OFFILIALSEALI Charles A. Darby I I
lent of the Circuit Court I Today's longest Action right from Knock-free, stall-free
[?> Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
4. 1/1 4t 5,1 possible mileage the start! smoothness, all the way!

Lb I In The Count Judt.'. Court !. 1
.,.J Fur Bradford Count; FIvrlAa Fact: No other gasoline can beat the Ion:: Safety-sure pickup eecry time-in traffic New, boosted NO-NOX makes a quiet

BOLOGNA 19C ; large box I. Probate. mileage you get from new boosted NO- and on the highway-right from the snappy LreezeoutoftfafficdtivingandjustwatchNOX.
FAB F B 29C I l.i l tr t:-ute of x-bleo I Maxwell
1 -, rid And Gulf NO-NOX piileage is really fuel-saving start. it flatten those hills! And new NO-NOX it
MlTlCt OK PHt H\TK: -
I lo 111 rrr.ua Interested In The smooth. made to give all the performance your car

I SOUTHERN MAID I Estate: lf aiJ Deredent: was engineered to deliver. ,
Y..U ar e hrrt-i.v notified that a .
Lb \\ F.MEATY wr.ttni !inotrummt purporting to beth I II

. 22C ; .- U>: will and testament of slid: I
OLEO dtrd.--it ha, teen admitted to pro- II
""'! I Wlbs Late Ir. !h.' ..urt You! are ber'IItIl..nd..d ,.- I y Get a full tank and get the full[ benefit from
POTATOES 28C by within eta calendar' _
1m -r..h? from the date ..( the first
S\O"IIII.\\:) \ !o l'uhI1 at...n uf !h.,. nonce to appear I 'ri boosted
.1. thiourt: and >h',.wause. if anyyou i new
Lb ,"'n. why the acfon of thi i ,
{ c'-.rt in admitting said will to proiatr -
sHOCK S 33C FRESH: EOKiIA;( should not stand unrevoked.
Thrron A. Yawn I
"'unty Judge.Bradford County, FlA.
NO NO X GASOLINE
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MEAL Sibs 34CHAMBURGER II.. The County :Judee'v; ('..rt In
FRESH M[ GROUNDSWIFTS And For Bradford Crust;. Hlurida
ci In Probate
Lb '. P.r Estate f Xobe O. Maxwell
19 1 >era,rd.NllTUK -Gulf's finest ever for antl-kn.ck power
TO ( HKItlTOK- 1 I
" NNE HA\E PLENTY OF I All cr.-li,.or. -f The estate of : and high-compression performance!
N'obltr Maxwrll.
: ,ile. o deceased are
I hrrrt> notficd and required to file ,
Fresh Fish Perch any oams or demands which they
I'URE CREAMERY Speckled have against said estate In the of- !

f "1 lb roll' I. fur.f. '_'vant the).County Florida Judge in the of courth Bradford F. REGISTER & SON DISTRIBUTOR

BUTTER 64C and Mullet I use at Ssarke Florida within --
r ght .1.nd.r: months from the date
'. the tin publication of ths no-
I !.nr Each cs.T.: +.r demand must PHONE 155 STARKE FLA.tJUD .
h.- :: "r trg: ;a-.d n. i-t -!..; j iJ.*.? ..f :..;.d..-. r And 'p V-i ft..r J t



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BRADFORD QQUyiT TELEGRAPH.: STAJUO5: Fl/MUDA _

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.; n- if a\: ,. ar.d tK- ..r.h-. .... n j r :._ ..;;
: 4.- ...fa, h ..f them if alu ?'. an.i weeks .n the DradJard County Telegraph -, .:&i 1 or General Cntractors frm ;::

; .."s.: ,( them bf dad, to the iiihif saW 'fflces.P..d4tr3 malities I in any U4 and t$ reject any Hf'-rlp" S. T.
ui.ttn I'ardh i ; d.t'r'- | I ir ai! bids. j I R. 'n" Ovtacrcr' -.
-i, ur, beir. dt'\I1"1' ijualif.catj-: I
gran' "Fr'l.AI... .-t: VI. i hav-s: A > must be The Boar.l pf Put.'. Instruc-
Dar.y: "
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l..g.. a-tgnee.' '. cr.4.trs -* -f* > t. the B. a.-i .r l'..It..i... ti. 'L ;s -. 4 |Jlj{ u! y ,_
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of
C.ern n L"ra
tr..-r laiTan1 t.}'. through U-.- By llariar.: L or the Circuit Court Clerk1 I I[ lr.stru.-u n of Bradfura C, unt'.. Florida Crab. r"> j'V I t
p
.,ir agaiut each and every ''J Fl!"r.da The Board uf PjbJ.o In- if Nt': .f t-\ &
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5'5.
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at" \ oart.rd persons who li de- .tru( :1.n f Bradford '_'').JDty, Floda .--- Secretary. I W ,: of SB ofI
i .-.-J. f the unknown hf'rs.: deKrantrrs. rreethe right tj
r. wa.ve! info.-- I! SEt5
NOTICE TO APHKtR C'10U5.1 ?t 6 :: n.t-- li
i .- -,-- creditor and other In Circuit C..rt. Bradford Conntr. :j.ots s, 22 raw 1.

I 1 u.m.ft4 !loy. through. under or Florlds: I. Chaneerr. Uahagan SO :1' ** T \- i:. I it31.ar.n &
I elCSfl't each Margaret Pac. deceas- Max s=t-'nnk. Plair t.ff. vs. Fay NOTICE Lot Blk 1. Oaha-
I. Pace, deceased aniG
1
-< George
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A :;kernlt k. Defendant. gansb Jl 6 I :2 .\ H :. E Paie. deceAsed and to all
POHCNEBR : Case No. 977J Notice II hereby given that the 1. Gaha- lTtT
person bavin? or claiming; any In- following described lands will be sold
.Notice T. can S'D
Apoeart at pubil' auction on thc ttb 21 6 21 : '.
l -
day of >
described May 19s3 i > -ipoi
the following
\\ I ninjf oM \\\t\t M'njpi, green onion Tr.-s: u> tr.e big trrett lands situate in In Bradford County To Fay Skernick. wh-SC residence Rradft.rd Stale of Florida to pay the amount due at for:Jt&rlte taxes, the herein County set of ,I Lot 2 Blk 2. l aha-

ajid address\ l'nkn un posit to the same, together cp' Ian SiD ;u .6; : ; 2.;,
with all 1,0 c.5:
and a tar roilrd dovtn my (hk. ''garden and I have eight rows, of Florida. to-wit: Corner of I You are hereby notified that a costs of such sale and ad\'ertislq. Lot 3 lUll: *. ';aha.I -

I att..niI a \iildinjj and enjoy I I potatoes planted and a ridge! made From Southwest the Southeast Quarter of Northwest suit! for Divorce has been filed lle. against you In the above named j Lot Hlk :. (:.;1 h.a.
life to the fullest: for my Weet potatoes when the Quarter cause and portion of
I 21
tI". !S. Towoibtp S S.. flange :: you are re-1 i 6 :2 :X ;i-i I .utn: : 1'lit -
(quired to serve a NFL of N. of I JL<-1 ii of Wk
copy of your answer NESt ;,
plants arrive. I plan to get out 1ru'I South 08 decrees 21 roin-
Just a J ong at twilight. utes West and along the South or pleading; to the complaint HiverIH 15 19 Unknown I 2.30 i! Uahagan S. D Zl 6 :Z Mrr l
mere onions now. Don is back I line of Mid SWH of XWfc for a 01 the Plaintiffs Attorney Acre in XW Corner t:..h.tt:., t 3-,
When the !light are low. T. Frank Landrum. Lot 13. of Rlk
Starke. of SH of SW 3
westerly *
from delivering He just now dtamof! 77 feet to the
And the flickering shadows. gas. right of way line of State Florida and file the original in the of SWW N. of Rd. tiahajran; S. ;r* t I ?. '. : t. '11',. '
called. Itoad 200 (ai now widened<< by office of the Clerk! of the Circuit No. :3 *: W. of Rd. Ir.M J9 |:ik ;.1.-

Softly come and go, additional right of way), thence Court on or before the 18 day of I No. 1 25!; :2 Elizabeth Haley 12 ::. S I' -. 6 :; w. \\ \r. ,,(
Though the heart be weary. HELPFUL HINTS: Try rolling rur South 17 degrees 7 minutes May. 1913. otherwise the allegation SEW i.f NEW It Com at :NW .- r-.-. .
of .
of said Complaint will betaken : Aires in SE f Blk : :S -
the westerly right
drop cookies In crtuhed cornflakes West along
Sad the day and long way line of State Road 200 for a a confessed by you. I corner of XE i of I R 2 East *, :

Still to us at twilight before baking. Gives' a distance of 1 foot: to a POINT OKBEijlXXING. This notice week shall for be publishedonce SEl, U 2. 42 Jessie Lee Laxenby 20.S2! S 60 ft for a !1" .

flavor. Use floor wax to : ; from the Point of, each four consecutive I St,5 "f 8W", of SE, 2! 6 2') 10 Wayne K. U.ut'n'.H of bg theme i-i-.
nutty weeks In the ,
Oo-r.es loves old sweet song. Declining thus descnned run' Bradford County Tele :01-'" &, E'-2 of F. to ft S. 50 T-

remove paint from hands andoii North 86 degrees- : 25 minutes West ;graph. NW'1 at: N\\, of I W 60 ft :X >- f:

The above ia part of a well tar from skin. floor or furni- for a North distance I 87 degrees of $0 4 feet.57 minutes thencerun ( Dated thi:SEAL 16 day) Charles of April A.1S53OFFICIAL Darby SE!,..f SWiG of 25 20si 280 tD.. Johns 153.1* 1 to!' i t:0.p' of. fVg desc' !.e.jj : : 6 ::: i .. < i::'. .'t.

known song. An'l It goes on that I ture. I put a few tablespoons of Vet fur a distance of 141 feel Dy Mtrian Clerk L. of the circuit Court I j S\\-I, al :0Ilit" 10 Queen Esta Gant- j I-: .j. f'\1 |o..k! .

t.. the East line of Day Street. : Crosby. Deputy Clerk I tin IMK. 30? : c :2 II, i .. ... .
wash ;; t.li
love will be found the sweetest I liquid blueing in the waterin thence run North 17 degrees S 4 '17 41 5 S 3 Ex'ept U.i I !, : ..s dst i.I1h !

Rong of all. Who does not like which clothes are first washed minutes East along the East line I Acres tv Ernest ;< di.'d book ', ',
NOTK I
i
:
j of Street fur a di-tam- Ittt'I'ltIt Edwards It of 1'1:. I:!; =: 1.. .
Bay E'4 8 I : : > : 'n I
to see young folks very much In Makes them pretty and whIte. I tit 144 (5 feet to the South la Irrult ('uur.' Bradford County I :N'Lot 4 ft 1 .in.. .. 6i're in :of'
f'liiridai In .
'love and so sweetly married? I I have cornbread for dinner and line of Center Street <-- Mary (Graves hanrerf.rra plaintiff vs. bit f>. it 51"2 of I' -n ,.f XEW: f

have thence run easterly along the Harold Thomas Lot i 1 1 20N5 155, W. E. Bigham, Jr. 10 :5:< su .. ::: 6 :: 1 i.ffl.! .l-.
That is the experience I I dandelion greens! I found such South line of Center Street (..- l.llI..f..ndant'j! 4 of Lots ..8..10.. 1 1 !t. 177 \\ .E.tfighaoi. Jr. iI.tit ''L--s 7; Blk I1lr.K' :

Just had. Come with me down nice plants out on the south lawn. now extended) 232: 7 feet to itsInters..etion Soil.-. To \ppear. LuIS t. !. 10. 11. < il Tow n ..f
with the weaterlrline : .
"
uf Blk .1 Ward Stark. f: ::
To: Harold Thomas Graves whoa Mr \\ :M.
the winding road to a town I N'o doj ever cross our lawn asDlsger of salt! State Road %00. re-ideme and address i.-. 2O Lan I City S 7 20L..t C. H. Parker D.3':' L"-s i 3. nik 1iI I It'.iri

eight miles from here. Don and barks so at them they thence run southerly along the c..ln Itoad Brooklyn New York. 6. mt Ward v t'pW. :2i: f'
: westerly line of said State Road ( S 1 20 I '1 IK .1 Town .:
'Il
\
i >v.r are hereby notIfied that ) Mrs. L. A .Green 5 w
I are dressed! in our best. I havea take a wide circle. I like them i 200 to the point of beginning.![ suit for ai I I LOt 3 BIk 11 Ward :Otll: rl.... 2': 6: :: I I. ". .

new all- llk blue shantung dress. awhile in the springtime I EXCEPTING: therefrom the portions ,i Di\orce. custody and control of-: City S 1 20 T. J. Alderman 2.Oi The Itiift: : ,.f l.ts
Oil Corporation
In Gulf -
once conveyed lo and support for minor children Lot : BUt 12 Ward :L'!. 4 .if Blk _'.
I* t is a Copenhagen blue with a the first by deeds of record i IT thecurrent Orig n.1 Town
out here. I remexber records of Bradford has been filed aga.n&t you in the I! City S 1 O IL B. Stokes Ill of .
dress anda I public above named Court and and Lot :. Blk 11 Ward :-ilarl. : I ,
vite, figure It has a collard I ever tasted in Florida. County Florida and which cause 1.t'ii I'" d. 1 '
required I 8 7 to Lot :2 I:lie 27 .-
you are to serve a copy of City Earl G. Cook t.t'\l 5t'CI'Ii
Jacket alike. I have a navy Mrs. Gertie Faircloth cooked I exoepted lands are together de- your answer! or pleading to the complaint Lots :I, 4. D1k IS I... B. 70 ft

straw hat with a veil, navy suede I at Clay Hill school acriped all1Bl'cinnlng '! on the Plaintiff Attorney 'I Ward City 8 1 ,20s Guy farrell 7.M'SO I >riK ii.il! Tow r-f
them for me at a concrete monument Evan T. Evans. 103 Law Exchange ;1 IIf SV44 of St.i'K ft" 6 *** ]>.ii' .ir.t.'Lt'.

lipper navy purse and white ]I cafeteria one evening when we fet at the Intersection! of' Building Jacksonville S\\14 15 1 %1)Xt. H. H. Moll l.J'. 4 in. |".t ::111ft :X.A -

nylon gloves, long ones. Don after school and : the South line of Center Street Florida of SW" U 7 20v 40 U. H. Molt !.> .. S by iiI' ft KA.
were" both there with the westerly line of Lake and file the original In the office cfi I IIf NEt.1 of \\ in SE II' .''>' -

wore a nice brown suit that had I for a pie social. I still i Street thence run westerly along the Clerk of the Circuit Court on :NEL4 ev'ept that I.. "f, Lot 2! IMk!I

preparing for the South line of 'enter !Street, or before the 11 day of May 1953; lart S. of BrookiV ::7 I. \ nyston Ti ::
little red softly-woven strIpeand friend
a am thanking my dear i for a distance of 7i; feet thencerun otherwise the allegations of laid ; ltd. IiE": of 1 10\ \ tfl. S 11 ifXE1

somehow made a check. It that treat. I hear she Is very South 1 degree :SI minutes complaint will betaken' as confessed'by :0:1. 16 1 20NKL. I: H. H. 11<.tt Ii.'.; : : of SI-:'. -'' 6 I! 11.".. I .\I.! : ,
of 10.1 feet. I. .
distance
West fur a
you. It":: t E : f'
.f SE'4 cxcept :
was a cool evening so I had to I so sorry. I thence run South SS degrees 7 1 -I.
poorly and am This notice shall be published i the S. ..f i .t :? iik:! '..
blue' wool coat. minutes East to the westerlyright once each week for four consecutive .
wear my light found a a'rt' &: except 3 i I. \ :Kstoii TI-N!
at noon they of line of said State
way weeks the Bradford
Sunday m County Telegraph -
Acres In SW A. CS I II of XE1 ,
cor-
We went to the parsonage for Road %00. thence run northerly .
farmer's wife dead at her homenorth of ncr uf NE of of :xiw: 2-' 6 I :: I.-1.I 1.,1'1., :
our flowers. My corsage was C5. We along said westerly right way Dated this 8 day of April 1933.OFFICIAL SEt 11 1 20 IS H. H. Mott 3.or. Lots i,. '1.\i! t ltk! '
of to\vn. She was line of State Road 200 to Its in- ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby .'.
pink roses with white hyacinths.The t..rSf'ctl"n'Ith the South line oflC't'nt.r [I clerk of All S\\ of SWYN.ofRd. 21 L T. & c.
buried her Tuesday. extended) the Circuit Court. 23 'I 10WI. 12 N. G. Heath :.,l \It.I to Staik- 2S 6 I :!!- I'riniu. > '..rr .
Street (as now Marian
minister's wif pinned it on. too. comes to thence run westerly alone the I By L. Crosby. Deputy 4/10 Clerk.4t 5/ ..! of NE'-5 11 5 21NI4 80 L. C. demons 2u.U2 Lots :;. 3. Blk 2exiept
hare
:
I The<< good of SE5 except: Rd. HiKhwa -
The minister! put a white canra- South line of said Center Street
the end for a distance of &4.1.feet to I! NOTICE TO APPrR 9.3 acres III rEcornt'r >' Add to siarkr: "< S :22!: Rol.elt 'I; Gret'ii! I 11'1 ,

tlon on Don. All the rest had I when the I'oint of Beginning last aforesaid -:; In Circuit Court, Bradford County, II 'I 21 SO Secondo CampanelU 10.83 Lot 14 Rlk 22 Temples -

flowers, even the organist and Of a long journey : I r'lorlda In Chancery. Lots 35. 36. 37. U. Add to Slaik.23:: 6 2-: Nona I: 1'ric. 4 ; .
Elizabeth Astriil Nelson Townsend in Woodlawn 11 $ Z2 i Ii Guy Frico. Adm. 17.54 Lot 6 IIV: >.. of
friend You and each of you are hereby
the two boys who lighted: the blessed it is nomorf' notified that k Rill of Complaint ha'il PlaTntlff. vs. Harold A. Townsend. Lot .. &: E* of Lot 5 of Blk I

candles When Don and I wereulh..d Whose presence been filed In the Circuit Court | Defendant. Case No. 976'') loOt 8. 9. & aU Oowling S/D 28 6 22 I'I-"w.I.1: Akrida,. ; .'*
Bradford County Florida In Ofj :\itIiTo .\ppear. I ITo lot 10 \\". of I'.d. Beg 15ft W of NE
in the church was full 27 Edward G. corner of of
Harold A. Townsend whose In Woodlawn 12 Ii :2 WH
the by A. Alvarez, a!! plaintiff.and .
eery
Rale" is tacked upon DiWl\Pr 11.04 ''KW of I\f
"For residence i and address Unknown. SEW
and lighted bv electric candles against you and each of you.I Iii. ,
and also attaint H. A. Green and You are hereby notified that a Lot 37 an Wood- NEW run S' 140 ft
at the altar Behind us caine the door. Luclle H. (:rcen. his wife as d@ff'ndanb suit for lawn II I 22E' 18 R. L. Watkins 3.10 thence W. 100 ft

two boys lighting the candles all I A part of a poem by Anne I : that the nature of faM, Divorce and restoration o ., of !';\\4 of SI-:,. 32 i :2 10 HHx. Prince to pt of begtheft's

I We each have our day suit Is to quiet and confirm title of maiden name I Cartel 4.66 S ZOO ft
along the aisle and up at the Campbell. plaintiff to the above described has been filed against you In the S'of Clk 25 W. W 220 ft N 200

altar while a lady sang. Then I and time then suddenly changes: I lands as a fee simple title and to[|,above named Court and cause and I i.a\\tey S3 Ii :2 G eo. F. Young 2.70 ft E !!li ft to

I CUTand strangers live in the cancel the right title. Interest claim)'you are required to serve a copy of One lot 2S ft. X & pioffleg 29 6 22 He'it ) Uriffi.: (JJ
from behind the altar a door and lien of you and each of you. and']your answer or pleading to the i S bv 100 ft 1-:. Lots 5. 6, Dlk B

opened and out came the minister old home. !I.f said U. A. Green and Lucile H.I complaint: on the Plaintiffs & W. on W side Pinehurst S/|) 29 ( 22 Uannie Ciah.; r-.
Creen his wife defendant., i'i and A torney. T. Frank Landruni of State Street
the groom: and the best man, who I sing a bit of an old song-- I to said lands and every part thereof Ptarke. Florida. bounded N. by I Sq. A. in SE corner Sanders ; 4,

took their position at the altar. In the gloaming. 0 my darling as clouds on plaintiffs title andto ar.d file the original In the office of Peele and S. by of NEW of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
perpetuaUy enjoin such defendants on Oriffi W. Law- NEW 89 6 22
Then to the strains of wedding When the lights are dim and from asserting any claim. Interest or before the Icy 23 5 2! Henry G. Griffis 11.57 Tract A of West 1 C It IteedinK $4

title or lien in or to said 11 Jay of May 19S3; et alLucille Pine SID
music came the bridesmaid down low. l jr.therwlse the allegations of said 29 6 22: ('b.ti I.F.- :. I.."t I I. I. tt
Ql'mE)1
lo'eI I lands: AND: YOU AUK: p. Lot 1 S/D of Dlk Com :300 ft X from
the candle-lit aisle followed by \\' !. you think of me and to appear and to serve a copy of Complaint will te taken as confessed 16. Town of Law- SW corner of

your answer or pleading on plaintiff by you. tey Iast of Hallway XW' of *
her father's IBO SEW
the bride on arm. me This shall
notice be
s attorney llollis V. Knight. publishedonce in 23. 24. 25. SS 5 22 Kitties 3.30 run 1-;. 250 ft s

ento\ed the whole ceremony As you did once long ago. whose address is Star!.... Florida veeks each' week In the for Bradford four consecutive Com at SW Cornerof !'0 ft E !10ft N
County
and to file the original of your answer IUk: IS &
run 250 ft W 460 ft
and it'as really a thing of marches on We marry Teleernnh
;) time or pleading in the office of the for
N 274 ft aPt S lIt ft to pt of
Dated this S day of April. 1333.;
;
beauty I wept when Jr was the young lovers We bury the undersigned rierk of Circuit Courton of beg thencerun Beg. except E. of
I (0"1"11.1.1.E.LI Charles A. Darby
May 25: 1953 otherwise the allegations -
parking hi, things but felt so dead and &she l a silent tear fora of said; Complaint will betaken I Clerk of the Circuit Court W. 80 ft. X.ft. Rd. 32 6 22 Illell.' Tlui, .\1( !I. U
SO Lots
By Marian I... Crosby DepulCle'rk 102 ft. E. 1. 2 of Blk i
happy at such a lovely wedding. I lost love. Of such is life.Howf''er as confessed by you. I 4/10 4t 5,1 S 102 ft to pt Lincoln City (Slit ",

IT IS FUKTHEK OHDEP.En that, of Beginning Town KKW W of n,.) 31 S :_ Ilalttr" ; .. .
They left for California on their this writing I am (' :St .rk. '
at this Order of Publication and Notice of Lawtey East of W', of Lot I Rlk 5 6.

hn Ymo"n. that night after the gloriously happy enjoying the be forthwith published once' (' \1.1. FOR IllllNot .. Hallway in 23, 24. Lincoln City (SHof
each week fur four successive weeks': Elisa UcClenton ;.31
Ire To Cuntrartur
SS 5 22 tnV of
25. lly) 32 6 22:
Krtna: J .
reception spring day. The birds sing and III Bradford County Telegraph a I. MarLe, Florida Lot 27. Town of Lots 2, 3. of Rlk MnithHaiti. II'

I duly qualified newspaper published S..aled bids will be received by theboard iJiwtey East of Lincoln City
another sweet (SH
I have Wen making!:: I the air is in said County
I of Public Instruction of Brad I
I I Hallway in 23. 24. of SEW W. of Ity. 32
6 2': .
garden Mv early garden is comng I God! bless you allLove. WITNESS: my hand and official I ford County Florida at the office 25. 26 6 2J J. W. Barber 2.13J. Lots 5. 7 of Rlk I St.u-k* .

( up. and we can soon have I i i LURA eal Florida at Starke.this: April Bradford 9, 1933.I .County if strtii the tion Superintendent in Starke. }Florida of Public In to'I WS of S 335 ft of Lincoln City (SH
up I lot :30 Town of of W.
SEW of .
( WFJ"I.11.1 Charles A Darby 10 ..'..I..k .\.M.. f:.$ T., Monday. F.ast of Lot RJ ) 32 6 22 ChriMina l I.. 111.11' .,
lawtey I. 4, 5, i, 8Rlk
Oerk of Circuit Court of
May 4. l oo. at which time and Hallway in 23. .. 13
I Bradtoitl i'ount. Florida. plai all Inreielvea will lie I Ilicly 4.7S Lincoln
e pub I I 25. 26 5 !I H. Moore City (S' of
In The IrruK Court Of Bradford > < F. 10 trri\u 4/17 It 51! opened and read aloud for furnishing -' SEW
4'...t) I'lurldai lit ( hanrrry.r The Male' Of lorlda., TotJamen all materials and labor and Lot 42 Town of Law- W. of Ry.) II' 2:* Haiti.Stark:: :

se :N.I 9;:, Pickles.. Marguerite E I'al'e.nna onstru' ting .my or all of the follow I I, try East of Dail- Will Lee 8.SS Lot 4. BIll: 14 Lincoln -
\ I. Alv.nz. I'UmMff \ Jame \ l.ee 1'ace. J'rury Ited.lish JesN -i mi eleitriial and toilet repair projects way in 23. 24. 25. 26 S 22 fity (Sl of
.' -klfft .ll. |lffrllil.tlt- I .. : J..ti.'-. Jltnl"I.]I. .I.oies. .\I11'i "o1'lC.1 TO API-Kill I IKenlrliiK I \\ I acre of Lot I SEW IV of Ry) 32 6 I 3.> .:,In/\ J :Smith
ouurii OK PI III.It' \1 tn, .\' i I .11'"- J. ..I li .1 1 -\\tt-\ :Mai v C. A.I Iin flrrulC four., llmdfurd {'uua.y : and Itellghtlnir 41: Town of Law- Lot R of Blk I Security
I Kluridai In ( kaneery.IVler 111'.1'.1|I lev East of Railway llomeitlte
krhool. BruoLer. Florida.
Kittles
2.S1
: Yarashu Plaintiff \. AnnaU. Kenlrlns and HrlisMlnt I.antey in 23. 24. 25, 26 5 22 Harry in XWW of NW*| IS. 6 22: $ti. \Vm n.,1. I

\:Yarashus Defendant.Ca *,'btIIl.! I.anlr). Florida. ,1 1HrllithtinK Lot 54 except I lot NWW of SWH 36 6 2" 40 A fa Uiu.t. I' \
>. :NT'TSrt and Home' He"lrlne. in XW corner & (''i'm 210 ft f-: of NW

I \,.t ire 14 4npMr.To Bradford County High School.MarLe lot 55 Town of corner of XWW of
Anna H who I ... East of '
: Yara.-hu 1.1" f'l..rlda.It..alollll..r. I' La'a'ety NI' run 8.

I. ,.leite and address i i.- l'iikii"nYou Toilet., I.awteySchool. Railway in 13. :.. G. II. Pearce 6.86 210 ft t: 420 ft

ate hereby notified that a I.."11'>, Florida. i I 25 26 Ii II N. 210 ft W. 420

suit for'. I 1111'.10111..110" of 'lollel. DroolerHrhiMil. SF', IIf NW of 10 John Allen 5.4S ft tu pt of Beg 5 7 2! t :''IOI.\f': '!I.., ,
III, .rce I Ilrooker, Florida. Swie 25 Ii 22of XE', "f
|I XEW 8 7
REFINEMENTin has been filed against you in theabove Any bid received after the spec-! .. fl. SW', of 10 C. C. Freet 3.88 All that portion oft 22 40 I' II. :Sith; ,

named Court and cau.e andyou tied tune and date will not be con-i SEll 15 5 22N $ : of 8EW of

I : are required to sere a copy o' I Mderetl. |I of XEl, of NE 5 Clyde Lee 2.70 SEW W of County
every necessary detail in a Service your answer or pleading to thi.mplalnt Each bid for any project or group or SEll II 5 22XVL4 graded Rd.
on the Plaintiffs of of 1\W1.1\ of 15 7 2! 5 Aral"IfAaa': : L ,
projects must l I.t'
accompanied bya Lot & in Kessltr'
available locally and widely known I Attorney T. Frank Landrum, certified check or bid bond in the'' SEt, & W% of Add *
Starke. Florida. |} 7 2! :11I0.1, Mxon C ,
"
for its modest cost, its wholesome I and file the ongu.al In the office.f amount bid as guarantee of five per that cent the uf bidder the base if'' !SE'4 5L4 of& SW'4 E% of of SEW Lot 14 of o fBlk 14 19 7 T'r"WW .:I..h' I !lh4f. .

.
the Clerk of the Circuit Court NEW 21 7 40) I.... .11 (.r (tie J
and awarded the contracts will within \\ t, of :-ow'!. ofSE of ;
courtesy always tactful before the NWH 2% 7 2: .
sym- un or ten consecutive calendat days after 26 Ii 22W' 40 II-- ai ;: ttlf ;1'is
SO A S
IS day of Slay 1953., ; I, Presley Theran H of SWW f.f
therwlse the of said written notice being given of such Green 10.08 81':', except Ity. !g -,
allegations award enter into a written contract :,, : IIf SWI" ofI Com at SW 7 2 Td' o \.tI I j I II
Complaint will be taken as confessed with the Board of Public Instruc-i I :OWt. of SEY 26 5 22I 5 Isabel ft DotJyNewaom :XKW of cornerof NEW
by
you.
tion of Bradford County Fltrida in ,,
This notice shall be publishedonce I 34$ run N. ISO yd,
D \V I T T C. each week for four consecutive accordance with the accepted bid Lot In Peets- for pt of
e \ JONESPhone and 2 4os. beg
weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph give a contract surety bond satisfactory -|I \'iII. 35;; 5 22 strong4.6C theme run K 70 )'11.
0) said Uoard in an amount Lot 9 In Peetsille -
N 70
7 Starke. Fla. hated this IS day of April. P5J I equal to one hundred per cent of 35 I 1% S Green ic Strong 4.6 70 yd yd* W to 70 pt)"dl'I' of
the contract price. I|I 11
acre In Scorner
..ol'FICI.LL* Charles A. Darby Beg
No bidder withdraw 1 Willard & Crawford n 7 2! John Jone I ,
s-flsspp Clerk of the Circuit Court. may his bid uf SEq lIf NW", Ii 5 22Swi. !?lk 6 except Iota
for a period of
rssrrn.- thirty days after j.g
Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk 3
By II1H :i i the date; set for the opening thereof.All ,.f NE. 11'1 4ft Kays & Mills io.il through 23
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur i, work shall be done in accordance \v1,4 of NV,. of Hampton Park-
with plans specifications and SE, 11 6 U 18 3. M. LanoMter 197 XEW of SEW Sec.

locAl funeral home enablea coi--act.; 1 documents relative thereto :N a., of SW... of 31-RWW of XWH
to "
as offer
conveniences aM I NOTICE 1'0.PILR ut. it be 6 \\ ', of NWW of
may examined at the of- SEL. & XW of
rvlcej not otherwise avalUble. I. Circuit Court Bradford. County fice of the Superintendent of l'ub-!I ::E'. of HE'. 15' 22Sl JO E. E. Horn 11.11 I SWW Sec. 32 12 7 !! Mrs. !Sarah Brujg-r 1 :
I'lurldat lit Chancery.tleorge lie Instruction Starke Florida. or, of SE", of Swill of XWti Except -
: II Coleman I'lslntlf"S..
Sr S rs.ass SSSs Se rs S rs rrs a at the office of Sanford W. Goln.rchlt..t. .'! S\\"l of NW5; 11. III 5 Annie Goodwin 12.SiH that portion
Srrrrrs-s-srr-r SrSSS Earline P. Coleraan DefendantCase lying
between
\ Uainesviiic, Florida. One E'of NEW of gR

We furolaa the highest type service at lowest price. I.fld To Ippear. :No J7SJNollre set of such plans and contract documents -I I SEW except 2acres & Hd. Rd it
and f.'rmfor except that
bidding: be P'fUIOn -
accept ANT life Insurance policy In force issued by ANT ,l To: Earline P. Coleman whose secured without deposit b> Eiectri may in NE corner IS 6 n Ernest Dell 6.05 X of County
residence and address i> Cuthbert.I .
graded Rd .
company, u payment In part or In foil on a funeral I| Georgia. I Cum at SE corner Com at SW cornerof is 7 *t 10 J A. Millikln<' I .

Consultation carries no obligation t I I -u.t Your; for are hereby notified that a .,_', \ ,'_ of W. Section 105 Ft &for run aPt ... SWV4 ',f KWI4 -
j & run E
% Iy 331 ft
SrsrsrrSsssprn
rrrrrr-s Divorce of beg. thence
SSsrsfl mrs '
s AS
.J for
has been filed against you In the I 7'.m I runN lOSftW then a... pt run
,. .il-.ive named Court and cause and in;; ft S 105 ft E
i voU are required! to serve a cop\ if t"5 ft to pt of ftV U'- ftV 8 29

I % air atrr or pleadm< l\ the tplaint :'. \. I Leg 29 C W beater P-eratt 8S.C9 ft thence KE par.

on the I'Luntiff.rn...> Com at SE corner with Ry 618 ft to

Zach II Douglas/ 505 I.\ i.-h 1, i.f stt ion & run Pt of Ktss I! I 22: II Harvey J./hnll'.n fi 7.

I Building. Jackson\ille. Fl'T.d-i' W :::ii; ft for apt Corn at 'SE corner

CROSS COUNTRY ..!'id file the oraial In the ofTl. e _>fI of beg thence of SWW of XWW
CHATTER I the (Clerk of the ('Ir'ultur' on i n.r. :X 105 ft W It run W. |%3 ft t<.

.or before the IS day of Ma> : ..'. ) : \n ft !S 105 ft W aide of Rd for aPt
s ''otherwise the allegations of slid : ,I K: .MO ft toptot of beg trace

with i- mplaint will be taken as confessed I Lw .6 I I fg 21 s 2.! Letter Prevail 28.89 runV 1(4 ft N
: by you. 'L'1 1. E 453 ft E
\1.1 ::o ft 411 ft
1 This notice shall be published A. W iv 336 ft to nit thence 8
flee tach week for four .on..utlv :\ A.: S'In NW along W s1j4 of

MacWhiteI w.;vks in -the Eral/ord "'ounty Tel. : 'I .iner, of XWU\ of Rd to pt of Ktf I| J jj S Ira i' Fratler 2'

: graph! I N-1 21 6 2! 2 HM. Alma Slough 2.45 \\'', of Lot 10 of Dlk
l-at.,1 rh. 14 daof
\r: : A l'I
Sunlv lIt
L..t 3 r.k! 1. Pleasant
(OFFICIAL :SEAL Charles A. D..-"..yClerk
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Jobnie It
Aires S/D 1. SS Ghent J.97 aa recorded
of the Csr.-u.-t -
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was on a rvddle run n.e ?j.l\I.Q> ) just for By :Marian L Crosny. Dep-"v c''!..rt LOT S P.Ik 2. Sun- I in Plat Book 2.
registration n Acres< : S.T %1.Z Alberta Tyson pale 45 is '
> 278 f
other day that took me from 4 17 t. ; I 2! W U. Graham :.: .7
: fees and license tags. Yet of I.- III Blk 2. Sunny I Track I R Sit. plea-

Jacksonville to my terminal at that nearly $:. l"lXor.ly NOTICE TO IPPEiR \, re- S'D !1' I! WIn. DavIs Jr. aant S/D aa re

Immokaleo. I had to make about $405.000( w :as earmarked In Clrralt Court Bradf.rdI'iortda 1'...., Our i I.... ; !:lkJ. sua- 1.7'1 curded in Plat I.Ii I.

some truck detours over roads for public roads." In Cnvneerv. Burglary : rAi res SD 21. 2} XL A. Uanansa 2.78 Book, page 4S u. 2! Fred iJ"dd :: .9
\\ of RIll 1 S oft
: that I'm ashamed! to admit I.e"na c..i.tw. piantff; H :Stte' -, lI.t Acre lo 8E
exist: in Florida. "Watch your blood pressure, H C..Uw. I>' : n.1J.nt. ,. W except 1 corner of SE'4 of
'. Mae." Mary said. Ca!e .) !l77 Ai're in XE cor- Wi. *: N X2t ft

"It's a darned shame." I told *Tent>'-four of our 4S states ,,,,.,.. T. .....P Policy for :..-r i except 1 of XEW .f SWW

my \\ife. Mary, when I got have anti=Ux- i To Sterrett n Colaw ,,'h)1''' roO.' | pays I l-'t in SE corner C except: 2 lot to I

.':-'f;; home, "that the Flor- ( n rs1.n" constitutional deni-e and address i i'iIA< \ JanrI ., !05 ft N. & s. Robert J. Dod. 11' 2! 14 Fred rf 1iodd $0.25
money
amendments I said. I Street. Dultim..re. MioUn.t wLai i.> :IM ft E. & W NEW of SWW of
= Jda's
:: : is
motorists and the trucking "Eight other states are pre- 1, You are hereby notified that I stolen or & >-- of Blk 1 I II II I NEW & 4 Acre in II

industry [pay out in taxes paring to pass such amend suit for S ..t K I W. I KW comer of

il isn't invented in more and better ments. But not Florida. It Divorce and other rel.ef j Terr.plrs S'D 21' 22 WE. r,111 !hug $1.42 SEW of NEW It" 22 1* Fred H. Dt4. 1309' I
highwaj-s." just has Hen filed against you tn the destroyed. I :X Is" ft of Wj.fBk6S.ofR. ,''I W 330 ft of 9?. 71*
doosn't make sense. %ho\e named Cvsrt .. *
. 'Tike it and cause and I I ft of SEW of i
eay. Mar- said.! "Shall: I get you a soap I'you ae required to serve a copy of'your 2 W &: X ISO ft : NEW 21 f 23 10 Fred 8. Lld'i .. ":
"jou're a truck driver-not a box?" Mary asked. answer or pleading to the I ..f ES of Elk I II r Lot 21 India

ItoI1t1&'LLn"'m : "Nope." I said "but I complaint o.. the Plal'ttltr.Attornt' Charley E. Johns .< f.R 3 W. ftNv4 I Beach :SIN' 22 W.1LSZQIt !" :
: just I I"
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i.a '. I know." I said "But remember ) William D M >rgin.3t 7' of Blk 6 Sif ,I Lot 2 Indian Bea/h
- > those figures. -nearlv: ( !arlo; DUlli1tn Jicksonvltle! ..
: IIII did you ever stop to think hat I Florid Agency I U 3 W. except t'ititNo.Z :5 8 22 JoI; t J. Gavin : ;
$26,000.000) collected in 1952 W 1 Acre in Lot
5 Indian I>a< h
2' -' tavo k\ied on motor vehicles from Florida's car and truck and file the orUinil in the office ofI nODe IS STABKE FLArfVreMntina Temple S-D !1' 22: 4 WC M.r..d H'! I'riir No j '.5 '".'> \ ft

- in Florida during 1952: totaled owners and onl\' $4('5A'()) earmarked I the Clerk of the Circuit Court or L"t 7 Blk 18, Xo. l > Si II W. HJ. -. '., I
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:; nearly S26.UWOOO.\ The trucking or before the Reno S D in SWW
for public ..
roads. It'sa IS day of May IJiJ ci
industry alone I : of NEW of SEW &:
paid nearly! mighty sorry SltU.ltIJn.Ju'nl'u.r&lL ." I otherwise the alterations of Mid ..s. svi, of SEW ofSE1. ,
Complaint wiU be taken as confessed -- .. K. KELLT.
21 < :: lit' r. .
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> you. TAX COLLECTOP.
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I- t I Blk 1> = 0. I
\\ I 1 ThIs notice shal' u. published! THE }..-11" .< I) :n SWW I BRADFOP.D COUXTT. }o'1.I >!HH.AP.GE
cnc-e each week TRAVELERS Hartford
for four
con.Jt\: I f :l-E'. of SEW" i
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BRADFORD CO TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA
1 1953
nUD." 1' MAY PACE MM

\OTl( .: TO ( IUIII rUR" I (OFFICIAL SEALi Them .n A. Yawn I .t.. i .
Church Dr. Zoller rart Mate ( FI.rlda'Pn ,, ,
Baptist PreachingAt IB Ike l..rl .( the t'...t. Count* Jader Jua-.a '. j H l> j !' -firA: d. eis1
.OUI'r' i Hr4Ur4 (vaBtjr, Kl.rida. J."c.I' Lradf, rd Countv. F'r.da I r..i.t..o'. and address 5uson, (,+.aura.i* t7rrrr.al wh''**. A J Tv m..- Jr \fv fr Bye. r" a
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"Caught Fishing", will be the Long Bridge atr.i 1 Py n tty A rnillip: 'le'k F-i-hivei Street Cebu City, Fhil.pi1 ; .
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I I I-:s:- ird A. w.tt. Fr-: pal !: at: n on lay 1 US .
sermon topic this Sunday morning I''''r.t.rd.iTv .
Slit. ::
e Dr. John Taller nationally. You are required to: appear on
'
the First of Starke I| \ll trrtliir' ad Deno. Ha'i i
at Baptist May IC. U;1. in the abate namel.art i
known radio network broadcaster, :I I.c ('lalr..r In..da .Iplul' % OTICE TO 'PIRIR i I ,' and ,
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and is the 4th in the series ofi I bald i.t.I: I. ON-." r..rl. Bradferd C...,. d. Dose Cra wherein ptaintffseeks '.
voroe ford
T
"Messages from the Risen Christ" ;'!is conducting revival services at I I You and each of you are hereby FUrldai I. {'*a.l't'ry. I egraph shall publish this County Order*:in Let Ts Thoroughly
notified and Jrasie M :
I required to present &:1) Cooper i".i.n'ff v. next four .
Rev. Lewis DHatnes I the Long Bridge Ctristain Church. I tlaim and ; Howard ,j i weekly iMue
as brought by demands whKh you. oreither I P I'iKiper Jr. IVendant Witne.-s my band and official sea:
I uf you. may have against the ('ace \(). tiO! i iotre I at Starke. Florida this
The Carol Choir April 14 Wash Your
Clothes
pastor. I'There win be an afternoon '
service -
To United Evangelistic estate of Fred .\ S, otto deceased > T* Appear I, 1=5S
Methodists Begin will !sing the offeratory hymn I: Sunday with* the closing meeting late of Bald County to the County .T" H, .,ward I*. Cooper Jr. whose (OFFICIVLSEAU Charles A. Dub,

Mission On May 3, Youth Rally Saturday and the Church Choir will sing Sunday night. Judge at his of office Bradford in the County court house Florida of I.Carol-na rf iden!: e Street.and address:Mobile.is j : Alabama SS4 North I Ey Marian L.As Crosby Clerk:, Deputy of nJ Court Clerk t Ppd&dj

the morning anthem. ( I.I I I. said County at Sta.rkfIorlda., !I You are hereby notified that a !Alan" Winter, Jr. Graham Buildne .
business attend l- I Dr. Zoller is connected with the within eight calendar months, from suit for I : :. Ja. K.onue; Florida
the and people may "
"You Need Christ Now" is I pie Sunday evening the Happy Hour : the time of the first publication i-f I Divorce rare and custody of Atty fir Pf! 4 IT (t S For 40c !
George T Huggins will lead "Christ for Honda Prayer Fel- thi- nuUce. Each minor child
i claim demand
or
!
for the Florida Methodist will begin at 8 with the piano-
theme duringthe I shall be ,in writing. and shall state'ihe 'i has been filed against you In the I; I. Tae {'...lT Jadce'. ('..rt IB tad FREE Bleach If
United Evangelistic Mission, which i the congregational: singing organ-duo leading the singing of lowship." of which Mrs. Fred I plate of residence and post above named Court and caws and ;: Far ltradferd I Ouat. Florida Desired!
I revival with Mrs Lloyd J. I. officr address of claimant and shall I'you are required to serve a copy of IB, (BBBreTf.. i Aces
favorite and requested hymns and :Dodd of Keystone Heights is State 'I Temple 8trW
underway Friday. May 1, with i I I be sworn to by the claimant. his 'i your answer or pleading to the'' In Re Estate of II R &:h.'fleld. IV- .
gets i Green as pianist. Special groups I.. ...
complaint
gospel choruses. The Chapel Choirof Secretary. agent or attorney. and any suvh [ on the Plaintiff'* I reasedNOTH
the I will
youth bring special music.
tl M/ld Starke, Florida i i T"11 Creditor and All Person!
,
terf from Georgia. Tennessee I follows' Monday NightOfficialBoard Evangelistic message by the Pastor -' Wilbur A. Scott. and file tbe original In the offtee having ('Uim or I> and Kentucky to conduct revivals i of Stewards; Tut'sda-W. will be "Go Down Moses I St. Edward's Church A- executor of the Last Will of the Clerk of the Circuit Court I Against Said state
.
on or before the You and 'h of
e* We
aid y..u. are here- Win
in the Methodist Churches of the I S C S.: VfdntsdayMethodist Sunday School meets at 9:45 Si'dtt.! Testament oVieaedFtfM of Fred A. 1 day of Jane 195:: l.v notified and required 11 pre.ie-.:
3-1. Sen'iceGuild Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. otherwise the allegations! of aid any ,-Umand demands ..hlcb1..
Florida Conferences May I Men; ThursdaY- Wesleyan with P T. Noun" : IIuldl. at h n Mi> I. 15:::. i
general superIntendent Weekday Mass "::30 a.m.Children's Complaint will be taken as confetited "r ether: of y"u may have ajrtn! Dry Your Clothe
Youth Rallies will tx held in 14 I'' ; Friday-Methodist Youth Training Union gathers ;, I NOTICE s 1ft ;5 ;: by you. I, th.tal... "f || B Schofield. dressed ,
OP
Saturday n! Class Saturday 11 118 ... rilOB\TK: I This notion shall 5. publish late of Bradford County, Florida -
Florida cities on the '. For
Fellowship. 20c
hl'l at 6:45 with Lavern Outlaw, di- a. > Jmdf.r'1 ( nrt I loner each week fur four t.the HOT T. A. Yawn Count
May 2, The speaker for The Florida )Evangelistic Mission rector. I i m. I'I Ida.Estate Hradfur4. tuunl. Male ..( Flor. : in the Bradford eonSt'"uIn'1 Judge of Bradford County, and filethe In New .\ Hnati? Drtani
the Keystone HeigttsWomen's graphHated same in his office in the Connit '
Gainesville District Rally at I rallies >r Fred -
will climax with mass Midweek service Wednesday ( Club) I A S.'utl. Drastd. i tht.l (U) .f April 15' Court House in Bradford Count>
First Methodist Church in Gainesville the state on j The 'rate.f KlorUa. ill I'rrou. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby i iClerk Florida. within eight oalendamonths -
held throughout i:30ith praise and testimony. Sunday Mass S a. m. : I.terc.ed.. the Iatale of ..IJ of the Circuit Court t from the data .f the flr.tI'uhh..at'n 0
Rfibtrt- .
will be Rev. Wrnard 24. in observance I DrrendrBft Marian '
Sunday afternoon May Ifj L Crosby Deputy Clerk hereof.
Said
time by all and the messageb Confessions before all Masses. Ii Iif. claim >'rdeniands
) You are hrrrby .- '
Swainsboro. notified that i it 5 :
son, pastor of the of both Pentecost and written a to contain the legal address
the Pastor.A I ii"trumen; purporting to uf the claimant and to be
Ga Methodist Church The Methodist Alders atf' Sunday. The speakerfor I I' be the L-i-t Will and Testament uf IB (Irruil Court. hracford ('ou..1 and presented as .aforesaid sworn or.i,.t..
Youth of Starke will form a the Gainesville District Rally. friendly welcome will be received I j Church of God aid de.drnnt has been admitted Florida In ( ttmncrrf.J I will be barred See Section 73.' The Washetena
all who j : to probate m said Court Olrgariu! I'aii'a 1'Uintiff x1" Florida Statutes
motorcade in front of the Starke which will be held in the First by worship at any I Sunday ooLm.. Morning I You are hvrl h j' < omniandrd with- Juant! Sun lu.r.1:; l 1'"ft'n.1aH' i fated .\I'r| :: > I'Mv
Methodist Church at :5.45 p. m of Ocala 'will) I of the services at the First Bap- 11 Evening+! n six! < Mender ninths from the | I..t-t' =N... v--" n'. r i h '.i i_ r\- .. \ _'
Methodist Church Worship a.m. I date nf th- fir t Order Of Publlration andotlee To .
tist of Starke.Presbyterian. I pnhl..ati"n: uf this q.\ i i- \\ r.I.": ?
Saturday to attend the Rally be the Thoivas: D. Bailey State II I Senice 7:30: p.m. YPE Service noti I. ..tpp.-r ,n -., I i show' i ., .f .. ,.. ---
will be the guest I i i-f f \ \ ,1 an w
Mr Robertson Superintendent of Public Instruc- Tuesday: 7:30: p.m. Prayer :Meet the d. I. ,'. ,.f hy
I ad-
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evangelist for the First Methodist tion. Church j,i..ing 7:30: p.m. Thursday. I I mittniK -.ml .1. pr' ."un.li.ite in hould I

Church of Starke lie is a graduate i Lantey I i nut \ DODGE CUTS PRICES

in At- Sat May 2-4 m.-Youth Fel- ,
of Emory University Christian ChurchWe p. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning | .
lanta, Ga. and has wide experience lowship picnic at Kingsley Lake. \ Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving I I

in both the pastorate and are happy to announce that Sunday School begins at 9:45: :' Saturday, 7:30 p.m. 1 1jr.XKTKKLY i stal"I I

work. During the a. m. with devotional services for I UP TO .. -
evangelistic we will hold our first ser'IceJthis j -
Conference Evangelistic both children and adults. Classes : ;
South Georgia lord's Day In the new church I ( : rOXFHKFAfELATTKK i 8$2O12\
led at 10 and closing'' I
Mission Mr. Robertson begin a. m.
building. \Ve know there is yet I : DVY SAINTS |I I
in Swalnsboro in thew worship services are held at 10:10 1 I
his People 'Tuch to be done In order to fulfil -
mine of 125 persons to Christ our dream but we would like a. m. At the morning worship I Iservice The Church of Jesus Christ : Idt v '

and Ills Church.Preparations share with all our blessing.To at 11 am.. the pastor )swill I of Latter Day Saints will hold I Idtr-- _________
to
for the Evangelistu in speak on the Negro Work !I ,their Quarterly Conference on ... '
had part
all who have a -5----
Mission in Staike have been making this building possible, we of the church using the topic, i Sunday. May 3, at the Jewish j: 1 ?_ _.e_ : __-
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arried) forward under the direction thank you from the bottom of our 'The Second Mile". During the I''Temple 3rd and Silver Sts., Jacksonville __ 1 ; \- .

of T J I. Slade Chairmanof will week of May 3-10 the church : from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30: i! Si
that au ; !
hearts, and pray } Expensive Slip-up
the Official Board Judge E. come and rejoice in worship to- will conduct its part of the;:p.m. Services in Starke will be

1'errvran and John A. K'I $2.0(30.000( Negro work campaign '| I II omitted all day.PESTECOS'I'AL. i I
gether. I If sonutine i is injured while'on
;
ro-rhalrmen of the Commission i At 7 p. m. the Junior Choir and'' ,

on evangelism; andV.. B Sewtll, I Bible School 9:15: a. m. Morning the Youth Fellowships will meet IIOLINE.S3; \otid premise, \\ ill you ,
11
chairman of the spiritual preparation Worship., Sermon and: "The Communion Church". and at the evening service at 8 !( CHURCH l Ill' financially able to pay (.orontt J l'-S
a. m
rommittee. As part of the p m. the pastor will preach on Sunday School 10 a.m. for any damages awarded
Hour. Four-Door SJ"
Endeavor
spiritual preparation, cottageprayer I! At Christian "The Message of Joel. I Morning Service 11 a.m. j i against you? Will you be
film on
will study a '
meetings were held Wednesday I 7 p. m. we On Wed. May 6, at 7:30 p. m. Evening Service 7:30: p.m. able to afford legal defense? !j Sp<<&It<' .aTa and tauipmtnl*"b/fl
I I i Unfaithful Servant". i tuAanpatiho.tiatin. -
night April 29 In the "The prayer meeting will be held with Prayer MeetingsVednesaa': ; j i I

homes of Mr- and Mrs. I. A. Jo \'t nine message, "Joy of Fel- Bible study in Exodus 1-5. At i night 7:45: p.m. Saturday nigh |I The answer is "uv>", if you All New 53

i Davis. Mr. and Mis. W. II Null lowship", 8 p. m. Choir Prac 18 p. m., choir practice will be 7:45 p.m. han Residence Liability 'In-' Yes, that's right! This big new Dodge V-8 is routs

wan Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Higgs. Monday evening I I surance. Ask this agency! at a price only slightly higher than the lower priced

Mr and Mrs. Hogan Smith. Mr. tice. 8 p, m. at church. heMOn Thursday evening from 8- HOPE \PTIVT T niUKCII about it cars! Big gains in sales and high production male
Tuesday. Ladies Council meeting I TI ; .\
and Mrs. Lloyd Green, Mr. and 9:30: o'clock the church will be I O ii it possible to reduce Dodge prices by over $200 in
8 p. m. at church. Sunday School 10 a. m.; PreachIng e
Mrs J II. Hitch and Mrs J. II. Service each Wednesday hosts to friends in the community O g some models! See this big, lower' pale Dodge toJaj!
Prayer Service 11 a. re.: Training I
Fields at a reception at the Woman'sClub ,: H. C. WALLAGENCY
Mr Robertson will preach at 8pm.'Church honoring the pastor and hisI Union 7 p. m.; Evening Service COME IN TODAY !
i I I 8pm."A V-E1GHT OR SIXHARDY
1 both the morning and evening.I' wife. Each church member Is
of ChristI church earnestly contendingfor
services on Sunday May 3, in urged, to be present and to dog,
the First Methodist Church. Services -, 10th and McMahon his part in welcoming guests ; the Faith which was once delivered -
( unto the Saints." Jude Phone 116
will be held from Monday the I BROTHERS MOTOR CO.
I I Bible School--10 A. M. from community. : .
through Friday. May 8, at 7:30: j:I Preaching A. M. and 7:3t: A cordial welcome awaits any'3. A welcome awaits you. 200 E. Call Street
.
I Merle Packman pastorCONTENTION' I
every morning and at 7:30 every I I'P. M. who would worship or serve withus. StarkeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL
GOO Tl'mplr'e.. Starke Florida Phone 09
The service Bible Stud ,
night early morning Prayer Meeting and POUT I

U planned so that the young pea each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. I cI
CIiriJCH OF GOD .
...... I \t The Tabernacle I j ." -"_'
>Of
A Youth Convention will be held i

I Mi and Mrs G. E. Carleton at the Church of God. 8th and ri On/yi

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke mssumaries from Quito F.cuador.\\! St Clair Sts., on May 7-8. The b.ys

will peak at the Tabernacle Tuesday -]I Florida State Youth District

n>ght. May 12. They will ,!: representative Rev Donald Koon, \ .

.... .. 'have kodachrome slides of the will be in chargeOLOA J
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REV. LEWIS I). HAINES, Pastor work in Central America, which
will be of interest to the .l
special
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town
since our own Phyllis Martin -
Phones Office :231! Pastorium 130 group
is in the Quito Mission Field
.N1p-S es 'NNN I I" I
and is a co-worker with the Carle- .s "
Mommy; Service "Teachings of the Risen Christ" ,

Ser ice "Old ...
Evening Tt'Stumentliracll's": tons.The ?
Tuesday night Bible Study ,: .
N N INI'N_NNNIIN_.IINII'. ,.,'H 11,NN_ tEACH
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M.: 7:30 P.M.: was under the direction of MrBt .

Sunday School 9:1.1 I: A.M. Training Union 0:13:) P.M.: >rr\' of Lawtey. T Nt .

Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30: P.M.: An 8th grade girl planned and vSuve e-
carried out the Youth Program 'S
V-INNNNINNNNNN--NIINNNNNFOR B 0
FREE TRANSPORTATION ( last Saturday night. One of the N 0 W S

'ti66 '''outstanding numbers was a dif- $ 00 5
Phone -J on Sunday 306 on Weekdays- 'I'I j fu'ult chorus led b\' the smallest ] ] 2200

member present. UPTO .:

i I $ SIZE
St. Mark's Episcopal $300 ON 2 6.70/15 FOR YOUR OLD TIRES ON 4OYALTires

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: 'lule of Services 9 PRIVATEe


'To Ih'lr'o I 9 U am.SUNDAYS Church School. H' PROMPT

am. Morning Prayer & Sermon; 051

o 6:30: p.m., Young People's Service 9 FRIENDLY

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Message Hy Pastor HOLY COMMUNION1st. : SERVICESTARKE

First Church Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sunday .
Baptist
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HUH CRAY, Pastor 7.30: p.m. Litany i Meditation :' FINESTEVER MADE

S p.m., Choir Rehearsal. j ,
Hihle School 10 a.m.-Come help us reach our goal of 200.( I iI jI I .
Loan & FinanceCO. .. !J.. as
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I B. T. I'. 7 p.m.-Join the 127:! who met in IMT last t .' s 4 .
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week' for a Real blessing I r -. ( ,.J., .. "
Supply Pa.-toi Jack Selmer will .,""
r. COMPARE THESE ADVANTAGES.
"(lour of I'ower"Ved.. 8 P.M.: p.eeh 811 nl1.t' morning and (\'e.n j, :,,,,' + .
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Vet And Girl son Lake Butler: and four sisters Recent BirthM : 1" ,\ ..' ";1: .r. II" .. --
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Wreck% Victims i Hodge.. and Jacquelyn and Charlotte dI n S'* ..ric.\\'It.Jvr.t's ann" ,unce the Sasser birth III of on a mn..nr..r.rr..rrrrrrrrmnrrnr''TYYTYyyyyy- . _. _._._._.y..yYYTTTTTT.TTTTYY.MAKE ___________________.
Dobson, of Lake Butler \
F oj. A;.;:! 1;, in Doctors
Funeral services were held Tues.
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''day afternoon at 2 o'clock in Ml Husp.ta.1HOSPITAL

1933 and was the daughter of Zion I S'Aift Creek ) Cemeten wtth KOCH

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Dobson of Rev. D. A Greek officiating r ADMISslON> i YOUR HEADQUARTERS I

Lake Butler Besides her parents, Pall bearers wenLtroy Ad-1 I The following patieits were ad'p.'I, .

the i* sunlved by two brothersA. dison John Marcus Howard, Ed muted: to Doctors Clinic Hospital 4.

J Dobson with the armed gar Beasley, Charles Peeples Dav, b 67 Ceo. T. Iluggiu during the past week: Mrs. Betty i i..

.
k County Agent May, Hampton; Mrs. Lulu Bell! FOR 3

slit Agricultural E.\tendon Sen tec Terrell. Jacksonville: Mrs LuciaF. i

BABY CHICKS i I| Thomas, Mrs. Geneva Wdhlin i
15 FREE Great Day May *th. I being used more extensivel each ,,,I, Mrs. Carolyn Sassfr Mrs. Lois GIFTS i

M r Cattleman lets attend the year for forage and cover crops. ;+'j:Woods and John Snou de... al! of 't

Ii Third .nnual Livestock P.oduters', It is good in our progra-T. be-1 Starke.

Field Day at the University of ;cause it grows well on light soils; I'I i!
.
Florida. This Is a program that it reseeds itself, and only one .torut "10PPFn 4 4.

no man interested in the beef I planting might be necessary; It.1 !. Cirruil Court. HraJfurd Count? Now 4.
cattle I I i t'loridai In IfcanrrrJ.Erenner. E Shop While Selections Are At Their 4
industry should miss. I produces large tonnage of green,: Dal Id Plaintiff, t. )1'.: .. i Peak -- 4
Part of the program is listed ,manure, and is high in feed value :'' 0 Nrtl frenner, DefendantCa.c E You're Sure 4
To
1 Find
for X;". :t."'" Just What You Want 4
here i grazing cattle. And
so you can make your plans. I I Nollre To Appear 4

With 25 lbs. Chick Startena at $1.70 From 7:30 to 9:30 a. m. is open Hairy Indigo can be planted I, rr T.-idrtland. Muriel oXell addreio Runner i--. '1-'"\'\ h-+:- r Prices To Suit Your Pocket Book 4
house for you to make a tour of from now until early July. Indigo I II .\\ -:Il. \\.041114.. Lung 1- .\ th'p

the purebred beef farm, hog farm I is killed by frost so late plantings Ni.; w York. i iy..u (li 4.4..

WEDNESDAY, MAY 6 meats laboratory and nutrition I might reduce highest are hereby notified th.it! a : 4.
yields; of;
,, suit for A FEW ; 4
lab oratory. Registration begins at forage or seed. Indigo is seeded Ill t or" BOXED CANDIESWhitman's 4
I 9:00: a. m. and the official program !jat rate of about :5 pounds perj I has been filed against you In th> ; 4
i above named Court and cau e ana
SISTRUNK FEED & SEED CO.I opens at 10 with an ad- 'acre in the drill or up to 10 pounds you are required to serve a copy of SUGGESTIONS } 4

dress of welcome by Experiment I"when broadcast. Lighter ,seeding your plaint answer on the or pleading I'Uintiff's to Attorney the a.::t- 1 Hollinjjxworth Nunnalh 4T

Starke, Fla. Station Director W. M. Fifield. should be practical when the cropis T. Frank' Landrum, Starke, 'p
One of three other morning speakers grown for seed purposes. Seed Florida, I ;
and file the original! !in the office of, Electric Clock 1
will be Ben Hill Griffin Presi- should be covered from one half the Merk' of the Circuit Court onor

denVNKLERELECTRIC t of the Florida State Cattlemen to one inch deep. Seeding broadcast before the 1 day of Ju ,iely : .
: 53. otherwise the allegation* uf Waffle Iron { .
s Association. There will 1 on grass sods can be success said Complaint will be taken. as con 4
/ a barbecue lunch at noon. ful.! Inoculation of teased by you. 4.
I indigo seed i is '
SERVICEcen This notice shall be puMtshejonc't i Mix Master i 4
afternoon program will be not necessary. rash week for four .-..n.-.ut!>r i iweeks 1I 4
m the Bradford County 1-.1..1 4
tered around the new beef re Indigo grows on wide range of graph Toast 4.
unit. Topics such as beef soils Fertilizer always helps even lard this. 29 day uC Apri!, P.! -,.l.: I' ,. Master p.' 4

7jHbre eding. pasture experimental I Irk though good crops have been produced (OFFICIAL Clerk SEALCharles of tne (',croft A. Lurby Court;, c 1 Say ka .A r f t .... 4

soil level fertility, irrigation in soils not previously fE'rti-1 Cy :Marian L. CrOSh), Deputy Clerk r. Steak Knives t le 4 4
;5 1 '
i V ::- / \ rw(
studies and studies on cost lized. Three to five hundred I t 1 1 / 'J 4

:. 1.:; tl(49 RADIO of beef production will be discuss pounds of 0-10-10 or 0-14-10 per 'litVbom II Mat 1'onreru: j t. Electric Deep /1
K ed. Notice.; ihereby gi\en; ..r ,rii.ntioii : .
__ [acre is recommended. Indigo like Fryers ..
to apply to the IK''-IJtti' "r' >
> t AND If you desire to make one ofj 1 I other legumes, does not like acid the State lit Florida at it- ie,:,11.i! .. .III..
1953eion for the 1'--'j.'I'; .d < I *
the early morning tours you planvour soils local bill the subaan''r of uh.. "li, ;! E Electric Perculator 3
TELEVISIONSales own time to leave. Thosewho | Average yields should be 7 to contemplated law is* a- fol.u-| Z ..
,L d To authorize the B . ? plan to be there and 110 tons of green material containing Table 1 BEAUTIFULLY
r" "",, get Instruction of PTadfoni r int\( Lamps BOXED FOR 1953 ;
registered before 10 will Jeavefrom 44 to 130 pounds of nitrogenper Florida, to contey the f.oIl".u'nproperty e!; ,.

the courthouse at 9:00, a. m'j need acre. High yields might ex All of, io-w.it.Block: T in the Toun ofNew j I Electric Grill and : AND GIFT WRAPPED FREE

and Service I This can be a valuable day for 20 tons of green malarial Uiver. Florida .u* online to 1 ,
I and plat recorded in I'lat Hook X. ;' :: Waffle Com. ...
you Meet us at the court house supply over 200 lbs. of nitrogen -, 1. E
'1"1 Tage :3. Public Re.-ords ..{ I: .III. !
2 221 1 X. Temple Ate. I'HONE() !1G6 Starke, FloridaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA and let's ride together. Let's get per acre. ford County. Florida.IIIK\ t m *

better acquainted with our experiment The entire indigo plant at the Fr.lugt.:20 23 Fast, 21. Town-hip togethei. with i> SouthRange : the E Shaeffer and Parker All The Newest Designs

station program in livestock six-i nch growth stage has about Luddingandunprotrmrvt.lh. .-r e- :: E Pen and Pencil Sets t 4 4
production. 23 percent protein and dry weight un. ii i i I In
to lb.Xrtr Ui\e:, IlIIpr".n.nt"Iatl..n ; ,.
basis.
As the plant grows past .
: Hug
Cholera \
Program """ as trn-tee for the iti-+
State Livestock the 12 inch stage, the leaves and zenof :\VvKivei I I ... Florida( fm a''j MOTHER'S DAY
Sanitary Board i
Cummunitx *
'.
stem Hall and 1\ a \
young tips have a
; money for furnishing hog cholera protein .nt..r"I
I Complete Line
content of 20 to 24 At -
I percent.
serum and Virus free to farmers 3
is "all used No later stage of growth when seed I E GREETING CARDS
up"
more is antic; W. C. T. Of All The
U.
Hire'shoW I pated until July 1 when the new are present i the protein content \ 4 4

fiscal year begins. drops to about 9 percent. Hairy I .K t ...
indigo can be cut for hay and :: a.ita IS THE; NATION Leading Brands In =
Imllte l j \Ve have had this notice since handled with ordinary farm I \\IIOSE;;; COD I* Tilt: LORD." I i !
about the first of April but I You Can't Beat Koch's For
were; equipment Plant Early Strain of. (PSALM 33:12.) Perfume 4
fortunate enough to have enough! I indigo seed I > :

d serum Saturday on hand to last throughlast > And Perfume Sets : Price, Service and Quality 4


mymon'Y \k Any person morning.who wants hogs I III ALVAREZ' Men's Clothing II >'p> S 3

a treated for cholera l oust : I STORE ,[! 1-
the Established
C pay 1S91 1 3
gofurther 1 \ bY\ I full price for serum and virus. I I All National

yn i Orders cannot be made for materials E j LinesKOCH I DRUG S STORE E

i until request is made from I / Of Her Favorite
t owner of hogs. If + ,
you are planning
to have hogs treated soon. j SCHOOL of BALLETOPENING Cosmetics i PHONE 53

we can give you close
very to the
actual cost. 'II| p.* CAsM. ST. STARKE FLA.
MAY 14
E h Hairy Indigo Is Good I| / AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAj.4

I 'This annual summer legume is I Mrs. Olga-Rita Davison

t
"I 1 deposit all cash in my checking account Another Bit*.Turnip

pay bills by check. Knowing where my money E Another big turnip has been reported I( ENROLL NOW SAT. MON ONLY


goes helps me correct wasteful spending.' pounds and this measuring one weighing 26 Inches 7 1-2 I PKnne 183-W Call After .1 1 P.M.

COME IN AND OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT WITH US. t around. It was grown by Elaine : WASH
Shannon.
daughter of Mr and

Mrs R. J. Shannon Rt. 1, Starke WHEN C

CKMETERVOKK1NG IT'S YOUR Jll O V lL

FLORIDA BANK at STARKEllfnotr There will be a working of the I I
Beulah
Church
Cemetery in flay CALL
YM4.
C
County on Saturday, May 9. AU LOCAL CLOTHS

Utorlbala I tonal (jrounYYYTTYTTYYTTYYVTYYYYYYYYYTTYTYTTYYTYYYYTYYYYTTTVT are persons requested interested to in come the and cemetery help] DISTANCEMOVING OR LONG; 311 or 250-J i t

with: the cleaning. EACH

FOR SAFE: DEPENDABLE,

I. NOTE; OF THANKS j ECONOMICAL SERVICER.

a Colors 1st a
\Ve wish to thank the Quality 3 Limit

rui riends for their thought- ; B.
D D 0 svmpath) and beautiful expressions floral of l ALVAREZ AND SON

-- SIXTIt.1 tributes at the u.xe of the loss TRANSFER ANI) STORAGE [ o. CHILDREN'SSUNDRESSEi

... .. of our beloved father, Fred A. I Agents For Delcher Bro .
MONK.Y .1 "
: In v ?' tune It* youitlriail ,.u n.." ?.'or full \\'a.h, I.. ',d', I"" '..,I ,. Scott May God richly bless you. Perryman! Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Fla. I
I I'I SO
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:< write M' :\ a man K I.' "rtl I' t" t, It 111. \1"! :;| Wilbur and Lillian ''I
W..II 110* \ KiUmiiiv : rn..ud. Ja. klt J: pltan'r. I to: hg i Scott ,
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Full mo.T-l'nfurn..h..d.; hour In. I Itt I i OfTII.XKs
WAXTKUand F:"perlrnc.t wditre 7
.h..r% orjri ....k )1"I..r Qulr. at nu" Slatl"l1 I!I ",,"", >-<-
f<"iiali- \I'vh l l'\ir Motor I'ourtItftam We wish to express our deep 31
Flan S.\I.I-C"1' Skin potato 9-PIECE 1 and 2 PC. !
appreciation 1
ant. Tvnuilfi Itpj i I' drags, J i per thou>and. F, F. : to all our fnends t'oi

"'01L.: .:-A. It C \Vrii.KT type !!I j Klumr :3tp 5 1 ,Im'II.1HXli I, their expressions of s\mpath> ; Lots Of Styles AND
", a.hl K machine.tll 335-\\' LIP :' flowers and other 69Ca
U TS FUR SALE on acts of kindness I
('HI:\ Itol.KT I,1\ M..lfl for *al<<-- |! ItUndinif liighwa north aide betueen 1, during our recent bereave No Limit! !
'dl..r So.-H. Jll U NX'as-hitiKtonl I the two i-ement bridge:*: I i imi I ment.-Mrs. H. B. BED ROOM
A\ >- Up'IY from tall St bridge.Vrii* Schofield and ::1
I t.' Mr>. Lut'ma MV', nn ne>ent"' famil). I.I
UoaJ. It I. I. Ilosr '
:
S'-tske. FU
)I! SUV 3 or 4 th.>u->anj fret
If'.t ->.!Eh Jumt'fr 5rrV M _tfohgI.KT LADIES
E:,t.. ..uts Uj I CORRECTION .
I'I
I j. n niioM. JR.

tilt ItIXT-t'nfurnl.h..d 4-r,>. mPH H\M1.K 1UIHCATTI.K Mrs. Lucille Rowe i GROUP
*M HOGS was hostess ,
t Phone
itiiiMit. hEhh..t and o iM 1 <* SO Starke
il K! Fla.
,
.:..; lit mo. 311 XWa-hin i lltrOak .:..... rd. -.d.7 at a stork shower for Mrs Carli I ".' .. 1
*'.>M at. IrhiT j jo'11t (;.h.r.,Hl. K..-li ..rl.... Brown recently. An error in .. I HALF SLIPS

) laST-'urn..h..s cottar*, all j( FOR IlKXT-F'ur r. >m f tr lI; writing a headline for this item 1-BED
C'"n\.<>iii.(>iuMFx. large 'arJ. close inAta '' apartment c ''rtdrtr l a .:.>\ er! viral made it appear that the showerwas 1-CHEST W aS 169.95 ;
.
(wo Ixnlroom apartment in.ll friKerdtor and hut agree Sleep l
nnfui-iixh*.! duplrzt.. II. XoltlniKii .; I ing porch f r.>nt and rear strictly I, given FOR Mrs. Rowe Instead 1-VANITY1VANITY: .
:oiV )lUon. Stark. UI I'r'a'1'1'1, \ Iii South, of BY her. The Telegraph is glad
< or a i Tu i k. > Auto i'.ife tfohft BENCH *
to correct this mistake.In .. Jersey
woSttl: w.1cT1P-.tJdr.sa anJmail 'pI 1-I.\TTRESS
1..t. ..\rt Ire ".-..I. RADIOS REPAIRED:: i I I .95 .1 g ,
Send il for truttion,.. I.KPOamt 411 Mike. .IIIlra renewing his I-COIL SPRINGS; NOW 139 ... 1st Quality _J
.. ,. subscription to
\\ M4
wn. .t 3tp :5 i > * I ('11 1%. c. sln'p'n"n-agar..f.H I i the Telegraph. H. C. Rouse Jr. e No Limit!t !1

.'OR1...: Ti \". Tall i ",'U.S: KEXi'KlV: i room frame ,i.
I willing. l'n trgf. ",.>Jrrnh A'AXTEP-Oraduat some news from New' River in ... MENS
I .. ,-..| hug rout n>i FT. Stark- licensed practical for nurse general 01 the paper so he can keep with !
i up
'i T..rnI'. O Hoi H:!. Stark ItKOH duty r>x-tor'. Clinic 3 Limit
Jill W. Tall St Stare lI."IUI.1 I the hoI! ) folks. He would apspredate i .
.
.. SVIJ-I-Six loom prose, t"J hearing from schoolmates', .... a Irreg.
.r. rw m artW"It1U.A1I alote bu.M- F'ItOTI:('T Torn I and other friends
sEcrniriEs | at the 9c
": following i
iIitJ I nilall on four l"h. Farra hard'r SOX
..',& r.>ad near xbool. I L uhlw.trr beautiful Firpro, Proiecto Security il1,1 j| address: H C Rouse Jr I ... Cottons! Rayons! Colors!
large ) '
and lijth I'run aey duty tel' '
1. L. Krjf.ibaiuh. Hampton.> irar.udbk KU ,box'. II4ZS plus tax Bradford 425-46-02. USS Platte A O.t.carE' : I7 s.} I4't Whites! Shorts! Longs!

:itl! S 1 'unt" Telegraph tf FIX San Francisco Calif ... ,

_ FI'li SAl.K-<* acre firm in Mrawbrrr FUR SALK .- ," x I' t I*" Can-I.!' I .... '.
__ >. tobacco, and tint :% lane cYeje !t6- k Ho ea-h. Plant of .d Thivrss. and Robert Cason r .....
:2J ing --i non on highway :X \\ of ;i Mortar Mix and i"ement! Bradford Hutchison is the son of Mr and ....
;; ; :tatkr Modern. i room hou f ,4 Engineering; Company. Phone Mrs. A. F. ... We ExchangeF' We Refund We Satisfy
with, >-athrnrtian blind,.. *!..*.. 'I'I21 tt'TllW..ld..r Hutchison of Lake ...
trit-it>. Hater, fruit and nut tree!>. \\.\: Butler He returned! from service ...
jK-hool and null routes tout.furniture. day and nightshift : ...
-
;::! Cab or term.. A Uu- steady (fmpl>> mnt with in Korea about eight months ago ,
z tell Norman mute i, Boa I1I..t .1. high pav. Apply Larn Panting+ ,and had been ,
. .' 11'1" :itp s/i' Inc. Ship Repair II'I"Io'1I Oreen j, working a; the t Similar To ; i I BOTTOM lOUM
.. Hudson
...- /'nee! Sprine Itche S 1 pulp and paper mil! m I I
i
J; nmLtI alaut" tearoom> '; Palatka until ..1' .
-.., cASltler.cAXr n Experience recently. He was :. above picture ...1
uiir. : matching beU" wool rng a.j .
-= 1 brown wool rue and 1 S-pie#I not tion required! High school U4'I I on inactive reserve status but wasscheduled .: ..

brut..ft.t.. It..boasbl. A. It I in another Mast to"be n.ppl willing to tvett work. to re-enter the service ; 147 W. CALL ST.
Norman, co SlsJ Gas Cu. Ip 5 l' y ]last STARKE, FLA
:t.tg 3 < Monday 31

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