Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 15, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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SAME MASTHEAD 12 PAGES THIS WEEK Official County Publication Established In 1S79 SINGLE COpy lOc CLAY JIll:!. ECHOES

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VOLUME SEVENTY-roUB __ __ __ - '.-."-'. -...... I"HL.Y.. ....-& .. '..u.",., .n.

I :Grand Jury Returns 'No True BiIl' Monday In Case District Three Baseball TournamentGets Starke Retains Circuit--Judgeship--- --- -----As--Patten- Is Named I f2

Under Way Here Next '

5 Of Peggy Corner Slaying; One Indictment Is Made !j Bradford High Tornadoes will distnct so good Thursday baseball i> ui To Succeed The Late A. Z. Adldns On Bench Here

-- I baseball for local
be host to the District 3 store fans

A no true bill in the COM of Ray I!had Left behind. toumarent starting next Thurs- For the past two seasons the Final Rites for

Cox 25. charged with the fatal Mrs Starling gave the coat to day afternoon. May 21. at3:15 locals have been runner up in Respected Local Attorney Named By

khooting of Clarence Starling on rum but would not let him in the I and closing with the championship !1 district tourney losing out to

q .. olaiHe went around to the Friday at 8 i i Bolles last by 4-3 Jurist Held Here
the night of February 1. was re game night year a score Monday Gov. For

turned by a Grand Jury here Mon bark door and tried to force hU I I Sub-group games were played !t,,and thp, year before the Torna Unexpired- Term

day afternoon. Likewise absolved I way in The women were frightened lay U but the teams to play :'does lost to Ketterhr.us 4-3 in the Circuit Judge) Andrews Znas Adkrn 76
and called to Cox to come in I (;t'orgt' 1 l. I'.I' t t-!'.. x.rk: ; ,' at..rm-\: .,
I former
final \\ '
from blame In the affair! %'&3 Mrs.Thelm here were not known at press< game. State Senator from Bradford
< Peggy) Starhng, 52, t and help them. I Ume. Brackets drawn up for. In the last fegames the Tor- and onetime Mayor of Starke. died Appointed \tiu>xiiay i i\. lllD311; Mt kr"rt I
early last t to sucmvl! .
estranged wife of the slain man. I Cox carre in the front d.Or justas sub group games placed Fletcher II !inadoes as a whole have slumped Saturday morning in a Jacksonville bitA.. I. Adkins as LIt.:\ ; !
hospital '
Although testimony presented j Starling broke his way throfigh !meeting I Bollt! .i. Ketterlinus of St.i j; in their batting aVt'ra1'esith He had been in ill healh for M'I dge in the Eighth Judicial Circuit

to the Grand Jury i* net available the rear door. Mrs. Starling I i Augustine against St. Joe of St. ,only 3 above the 300 mark. Del) eral months. P.i:ten's appointment M.-A.-I

for publication, U is likely I I handed her .22 calibre pistol to i i Augustine and Green Cove Springs j,ano Thomas with a .36:? is the Born March 16. 15>77 or. a firm .."' '-,'. :a meeting of memhi't -

that Cox and Mrs. Starling con- j I Cox and told him to stop the in- playing' Hastings. No teams were, leading batter with Fntch seconJ in the New River section of Bradford '"' .:, Iiit's bar a.ss iiat:.>:: :

vlnced the Jurors they acted In \ -' trudr Five shots rang out ir 1 seeded but the Tornadoes as host with a .345 and Buck falling froma County. Judge Adkins WH.- :f1t' ; ':....'. 1lit\ ..... ,\ .b.'! "

self defense when Starling broke I I the pitch dark: kitchen room at.' tea-r. was granted a bye in sub-! .375 to 30. Martin. Kope- son of Kly.x.: Adkins A i\nr><1- IT :.11 bel.: "

into hi* ex-wife' tavern :at Hampton I t. J.ft.OF Starling fell to the floor crying. game play. : lousos! and Jackson are hitting erate veteran and Sarah .\ g I IAdkins .. .t':: ,', !nt' : !<. '

(; : : "I'll with You'll b I above the .250: lie ppI'I .r ,, .
Junction south of Starke on ; get even you. Play! next Thursday afternoon mark spent his i. ,:>: t : ,

U S. 301, = sorry." He had four stomach will find the winner of the Bolles- I Tuesday afternoon. p K Yonge ing on his fathers firm >'u 1't' f13i ''r .! F'S "

\ signed statement given by i/ -' 'voumis and died four hours later of Gainesville handed the Tornadoes the age of 23 began siii-v ,,?? ,:,,- '..

:lr*, .A Fletcher game meeting the winner a 5-4 defeat. Teston toward the legislative.1 .
Starling shortly after her --1a- : in a Gainesville hospital.In I was on .i.n H..1! \
arrest here last February gave : of the K tt rhnus-St. Joe contest. the mound for the locals givingup fields m which he was :,, ;. the
case presented
I ,
this version of the affair: << In the Thursday night game the 6 hits walking. and strikingout long and useful ireei ::*' :._' is. : ,
I 'o it here Monday the Grand Jury '
Mrs. Starling, her daughter.Mr ricturnl a* lit wailrd t-ns- i I Tornadoes meet the winner of the S. Swilley set tho Tornadoes Judge Adkins rt-< <>i\e<<: .I. : :- "

Dorothy Kealer and Cox. I) fur Ih. Grand Jur)'" decision I returned a true bill indicting !, Green Cove SpringsHastingst' down with 3 hits walking 7 and degree in 1903 from Cimh ,"HI'Vni'er..lty :\.lli' .

who lived at Hampton but was Mi.nda) N 1 I Kay Cox? I I.awience Wiggins of Brooker for,.game The two winners of next I striking out 10 Bucky Buck hita at Lebanon T..,m us 'I,. t. .K! itiool : i

employed in a Jacksonville ship joung frblpard worker, ulmua issault with intent to kill Wig-i Thursdays games will meet on''' double while TJuwra.s! and Tes- admitted to the bar :r r. Sd ik.md- .< 1\ .. i th,' t.-
began th'e
yard had been out ntJln They ", c.harJ.1| with the slajinR I I ,,'ins is charged with shooting at Friday night with the winner ton collected a single each. served practice i>f \1a* IKHI he was vice ; ,iidfu
as .
returned to the tavern, known as of Clarence Starling last February I Dewey Munhee: of Graham following -1! representing;:: Distnct 3 in the Thursday afternoon and next 1907 and mayor for t'r n '.lent ttidy. a mtnilvi '

P'Ktfy'i Corner about 9 p.m. ami I. I an argument over some I' State baseball tourney startmg Tuesdiy afternoon Coach Hobbs ator 1908 and w." Stt s-n ''t Blue Key honur s....;-tv
190S to 1917
Mrs. Starling said she knew her '"stock trespassing on Murrhee's June 10 in Fort Pierce and the boys will go: to th- State Appomieu' 1 I I'Alpha! Delta. h.>n.>i.- .
Circuit Judge in 1925 he ,
former husband had been in the and sat in a car waiting for a bus propel t\ Wiggins was arraingea No tean! favon-d to win thus Farm to ;plax i lit-ih! L Thomas'! team in that n im.i\i ,: ; : eternity
post for 27 yean b> im.
place because she discovered two to lake him to his job in Jacksonville I and pleaded not guilty The case senior I I. 1M6! : Patten was RI'P"II1| !i-1 I

whiskey bottles. I I when Starling came up toI I was set for trial at II) a.m. Wed G. M. S trunk Brooker Receipts Circuit judge at the of time the Eighth of his df.tth Ju.iu .t. ,\. Zdllln.> ."\.Mitive secretary of the Ki.in-11

Cox went outside the tavern the front door for a coat that he'| nesday. May 20.Farmers: A member of the Staik Christ- Uaiiinad Commission and SPP ,'.

ian Church. Inductees Named in that rapacity until 19I5 r\Il. i

Annual Crippled Children's Clinic I Guests Of Rites Sunday 'Top $100,000 filiated with Judge the higher Adkins bodies was af-of I j I II By Local BoardThe !leaving the commission he p' tl

the Andent and Accepted Scottish I I I tu"d: law in Jacksonville for '\\

Club On Kite the Morocco years then opened his own l.i.'
I Rotary Temple in J ick-, following\ men were in-Juried:

Set For Health Center On May 22Under Gt'OtK" McMichael Sistrunk. .' Sales of produce at the Brooker sonville of the Ancient Arabic Or- !!! into the armed services on Tuesday. -' office in Starke. At present his -

Rural-Urban Day retired merchant died at his home I State Farmers market passed the dtr of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine May 5, through Local Hoird. serving as attorney for the

here Fri' a)'. May 8, at the age ot I $100.000 mark this weekas the and the Woodmen of the World. 1, serving Bradford and Union municipalities of Starke. Lawti v.

auspices of the Florida I Jacksonville Assisting in the One of the outstanding events 92. He had been in failing healthfor I harvest of Irish potatoes neader an" He held the Thirty-second; degree counties: : Hampton. and Brooker. The.s.-

Crippled Children's Commission I clinic will be Dr A. Y Covington. : of the Rotary year took place several years. end and preparations were made to in Masonry. James Harris. Starke; Kenneth posts will be resigned upon hn
I start moving black-eyed and Many an otherwise dull couit 1 5. serving Bradford anti Union assuming his new duties. Pal ten
and American Legion Post 56 Director of the County Health I Wednesday when the annual ,\ Mr. Si3tr nk, one of Starke's crow-
and Auxiliary, the annual clinic Department and members of his Rural-Urban program was sponsored -;: most respected citizens was born j ji der peas and white and yellow session was enlivened by "theJudge's" Nazworth. Hampton Marvin Her- U also a member of the board of

for crippled children will be held staff including. Mrs. Martha I with each member of the :I j i May 31. 1S61. in Orajigeburg.! corn.Ten own special brind of schell Pritchett. Ruford; James rt-rectors of the Florida League M

Friday, May 22 at the Bradford Snellen and Mrs. Arlin L. Mc- ; Starke club inviting a farmer S. C.. the son of Samuel O. ana thousand fjO-pound bags of homespun humor and philosophy, Raymond Hersey, Theressa; DoyleE. MunicipalitiesThe
I and sold at and many a young culprit has :. Griffis. Raiford Edwin is
potatoes were graded gone ; George new judge irarrted to the
County Health( Department. Flrgiso Knight. public health nurses.Jack ,friend to the luncheon meeting. '!. Sophia Hall Sistrunk. He cam ,
the Brooker market from his bench with some Rood Griffis, William Henry former Miss .
the Highland
I II 1 I dunn ; Mary Canova .f
tratlon will begin at 8:00 a. m. I L. Trawick. sanitarian. and Dr. J. Wayne Reitz. provost to Florida) at about the age of 19,1 j
i week, total down-to-earth advice in .Hall.. Jr., Theres-a Ervin Sidney
: Starke
past bringing potato ringing his I and they have one !I"n
and chUJrt'1will be examined in Mrs. Hazel
Green secretary.This { for at. the and lived in seveial Florida town
agriculture University I
volume handled there this seasonto ears. The Judge had a welltounded Triest. Theressi; Ralph Henry George.
order of their registration. clinic is free of charge ''of Florida was the feature I before coning to Starke 55 yean
I 40.000 bags. Gro s pot ito revenue reputation for tempering justice Mitchell (colored), anl Edraond The Eighth Circuit l is comprisedof
Only thoaa from Bradford County !and its purpose is to examine
speaker" and brought a significant ago. I is estimated at $60.000. with mercy and! a young first offender Adams. Jr. colored i, Starke. Alachua. Baker. Bradford.
will bit examined except for a and offer aid to any crippled Mr. Sistrunk was in businessn
'rnes.'Iage on enterprise anu During the week of May 5-11 the might get off with a moderate .Gllchrist
I ,1 Levy, and Union Coun-
mall number of special cases. child under 21 years of age. I Cedar the !
its relation to the farming in- Key during great Brooker market also handled 1,480 sentence but he was suie to Plans ties.
It i estimated that there will be Cases needing follow-up treatment 1 I k Troop 71
11ustr '. hurricane and fire that almost
I He" praised the operator lumpers of pole beans; 114 hampers get a good strong lecture from]'I
approximately SO children examined including hospitalization will jof I' the six Trillion farms and threE!! destroyed the town in 1896. After I of tender green beans; 383 the Judge, who had little patience 1 Court Of HonorBoy
and this will enable visiting be limited to children of parents j million small businesses In the 1 losing M'< store there in this dis- hampers of squash; 1,118 tubs or''with a: man who shiiked: his responsibilities : Joins Auto FirmAnnounf'ment

physicians to see the patientsmore who are not financially able to U. S. as formir.g the bulwark ot :1 aster he came to Starke where he I cucumbers; 89 hampers of black- to his family or his I Scout Troop 71 will hold a

rapidly and spend more pay for the service and to cases our free enterprise system. I was active in business for more eyed peas; and 50 lumpers of community. His decisions were 1 1 I Court of Honor at the New Bethel U made that

time with the parents. I presenting an orthopedic condition The successful farmer must be. than half a century. For 20 I cranberry beans. Total revenue to seldom reversed by the State Su- Baptist Church in Reno Sunday Bobby Biggs I has joined the salea

The staff fro-n Crippled Chil- that ran be benefited by at on and the same time. a !I I i years he served this county as growers for the week's movementwas Picnic Court. afternoon at 2:30: o'clock according force of !=?ion-Urquhan Pontl

dren'* Commission will includeDr treatment.' I capitalist. a laborer and' a man I agent for the Standard Oil Co. 52S.175.fiO. Total sties for Judge Adkins is survived by his to an announcement by Scoutmaster ac Agency at COUtt and Jefferson
John F. Lovejoy. orthopedic I Lunch consisting of sandwiches ager. Dr. Reitz said. Therefore .I Mr SUtrunk was a member of the season at the Brooker market wife who, before their marriage, Aaron Holly.

surgeon of Jacksonville. Dr. Richard and drinks will be served to all the farmer can take an objective the Masonic Order for more than now stand at $103.044.00. was Miss Lois Edwards of Lawtey; About 20 boys will advance to

G. Skinner, pediatrician, two I parents and children attending the viewpoint of. national problems :150, year? and was a Past Master Urooker M irket Manager U. N a son A. Z. Adkins Jr of Gunes- Second Cliss during the court Bicycle UnclaimedA
I Ii
nurses secretary and Mr Bremer clinic by members of the American provide an important balance of Lodge :-0.' 35 He served on I' Beville said that the cucumber vile; two daughters. Mrs J. Fred I which will be conducted by American ,

of the Bremer Brace Company. Legion Auxiliary between the abuse of power by the city council many years a o'l yield will be very light due to Guy of Gainesville and Mrs. B. A. Legion Post 311. Troop 71 practically new bicycle h..,

either the forces >if capital or.1' and was! a comrunicant of i crop damage during the April Pope Jr. of Norfolk. Va : and five I Committeemen will receive their; been picked up by the city ixdn-f

labor ( Mark's Episcopal Church. He was I!rains. giand I I sisters. }(rs. Emma Carlton Jarksonville cards at this time mayor's offIn t thicitx hall
Starke -
Preceding the also a Shriner and a member of Keport
Blanding Contracts Are Complete Reitz a musical was speech presented by Dr.by the Eastern Star. M. R. Judd. manager of the and Mrs. T. H. Williams, The public is invit*'d to thi.- IP- The D'.nt-i iii\! .oh* I.- ,! '.!.ivilit' ,

Starke Firmers Market reported Palatka: and a brother. J K Ad- mony '' .!'l l' II
'alent from Bradford High School. Surviving are a daughter. Mrs.
I sales of only 2553.42 for the kins, Hampton. He was the uncle
Mi ? played a1 week, with a lull between strawberry of J. C. Adkins, Sr., Gainesville attorney l
L&r marimba number. and Miss Cyrus and Joe M. Sistrunk. all of i
Starke. season and the opening of who died last month.
sang two popular ballads. I. the sweet corn shipmentsA Funeral services were held Mon- Lions
The Funeral services held Sunday
were -
program was In
charge ot I
few growers are still picking diy afternoon at 3 o'clock m the
Lucian afternoon at 3 o'clock in St.Mark's .
Conner and County Agent t 'strawberries with 319 crates selling First Methodist Church with the
O T. Huggins who introduced Dr. ( Episcopal Church with the I _
ReThomas G. Mitchell
at an average of $5 to bring
1 1 Rfitz. reviewing his distinguished;! 'Rhin.rector n.Raymond E. Mac- a return of $1,595 during the past: and a former pastor, neW J I Club _
career in'aried officiating. Burial was in I
agricultural Churchwell of Jacksonville. offici
i week Judd also reported sile- of r _
services. Crosby Lake Cemetery with _
I ,154 hampers of string beans. 553 I ating. Interment was in Crosby ,
About 20 farmers enJoed th Masonic rites administered at thegraveside ? i bushels potatoes. 31 crates of r Lake Cemetery with Masonic rites T
-vetins* with members' of the Arrangements were l squash and 62 tubs of cucumbers, Arrangements were in charge of

H ran Club The guests also in- in charge of the DeWitt C. Jones i Cerniglii Produce Co. of Atlanta DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

',:tled XI. R Judd Funeral Home Honoran pill bearers included
manager of i and a representative of Alex Si-

""- Starke Farmers Market and mon. South Florida buyers will begin members of the Eighth Judicial Show4 AIsJ3ig

: N' Beville. manager of the Oak Grove Church | operating here next week. Judd Circuit Bar Association r-nd the

-*' >oki r Farmers XIarket. | said. Bob Turner, sweet corn following: J.x- .o\'emor John W. I

Plans Homecoming buyer, will set up for his operation! Martin, L. F. Chapman Sen EdxinFrater.

Rites 'I here next week and Navilio Bros Judge Hal Y. Adam Judge #

Thursday The Oak Grove Baptist church will come when the corn is reaL;y. Glen Terrell. Sen. Charley E Johns.!

For W. H. Wilson i between' Camp Blanding and MidJdleburg. I Judd said. Dr. M. B. Herlong. Zach H. Doug-

Heilbronn I I will have Homecoming I I II The volume of worm-free corn[ iJS K. G Duncan A. J. Thomas, i

PastorRev on Sunday May 17. There will I xw. B. Sewell. L. A. Davis. R.
llcturrd atxne U one of the two nen 650.000 gallon capacity j | is expected to be light here because I Success
b(' an all-day with I* Demorest. and Edward Burns
Mater tank that haxr Jut been rompl.'ted at put of the rehabilitation Wilborn Harrison Wilson I sing j many farmers stopped dusting i' : .
I. :, ing m the afternoon. [ Active bearers John A
u ork "t Camp Hlandlug. :is. pastor of the Heilbronn ,' Everyone after damage t<> tne crop bthe- pall were ; ': tv .
Bap- _
list Church died' invited. i fuavApnl rams Torode. S C Denmark. W. H. Graham. .
Tuesday night W C Powell. Judge T. A
The 1% S. Army Engineers Other work completed by Owens "t 9 o'clock at his home '; t1 _
near I Yawn. and E L Matthews.
dosed their office at Camp Bland- :< included rehabilitation of exUting Starke following a brief illness. Keystone Council Pledges 1,000 Fund I oo _

ing Wednesday a, all construction !|: "vater lines and the addition ot Rev. Wilson was born in Ft i I

was completed on the rernbilitatlon !!I new water Ines: rehabilitation of Payne Ala on August 22. 1914 For Recreation; Kills Legislation Hampton School
of facilities* designed to place : existing sewer lines and the aadi- He had been pastor of the Hell- Will Present Play -

the carp on standby basis for use I j jm jtion! of new lines; rehabilitationof : bt>nn church since last The G
I Keystone Heights City twn'xtndmg tne Keystone <'1to Grand prire uinnem In the l..wlo.. Club Talent
the nation preparedness i program ,: the sewer pun-ping B'stt'mnd farming are his widow. t Council voted I Saturday NightAt
Alice Tuesdani ht to
along the Mel rose' road. how Uit I-Yida) night were (I to n Suzy Broad
if ne\ \'d. I I the addition of lift stations- re- DuBose Wilson; one daughter I make $1.000 available to thetown's
The withdrawal was due to ar. 8 o'clock. Saturday night, way, first; Franklin Nazvtorth, s '(-ond. and KlUrtllcrvy
John B. Sweger project engineer insulation of existing electric distribution Mary Frances; two sons, % Recreation
Wilborn Committee to .
I I I error in the legal description 01 16. the ,. third. .\. lonxlr
Jr. and i May eighth grade f standing (I to re: Julia
and James
the W. B. Owens! Construction j system additions E. Wilson
for toI ; and five use for equipment and for the the
system; two 700-ft. brothers.He II property it was proposed tt Hampton Elementary School will I LJon-, president; the "('1' Co. is still on the job. i j j I new deepwater employment of a paid director fora annex. the Council said. There
I in the school auditoriuma
chairman of
final details 1!! wells; eight new pump was a member berg arrangnnent
complete of
but onl> to : the I three-n-onth' summer recreation would not now be time enough "Sense and Sen- I
houses and rehabilitation of three W.o.W. and the three-act-play.
before mo'ingUl. Masonic
of paper work lodge at I program. to correct the error and advertise Fibility". a dramatization of Jane A large and enthusiastic audI- j The following statement of appreciation -
share of existing pump houses. Trilby. Fla.Fun"rsl i I
had the largest I'
Owens Proposed activities will include
J. B. Rowland intention to introduce the legislation Austin's book by the same name ence applauded until their hands was issued yesterdaby >
was project engineer -
to and rehabilitation I
the work additions services were held in shuffleboard. badminton tennis. A proposed bill to mike The public ia invited to come were sore at the Talent Show the Lions Club:
with the .
I? S.
of existing; utilities Owens'contract office here during the Engineers cor.stuction the Heilbronn Baptist Church'j and quots. The program will be I certain city offices appointive instead and see this wonderful play. The I sponsored by the Lions Club in .' "Don President John A Torod--
The final figure of the centered around the city park of electuv of the SUrke Lions"
work.Crippled. Thursday morning at 11 : I was also withj cast has ben well chosen and 'Memorial Stadium last Friday and members

has not been released 'I : with o'clock 'I.where additional equipment and j drawn. trained The story is centered night. The show was termed a ;j Club wish to express appreciation
above $1 )''.lX\). Elwin R. Anderson of- will be installed to I
but ran slightly lighting provide The
... Keystone city attorney was around a widow. Mrs. Dashwood: huge success from the stand I to the young people who participated -
r Finished several months ago : FundMrs. ficiating. Th* body will be sent !I' facilities for a .veil-rounded requested to prepare an ordinance ": point of entertainment as well asi! in the juvenile talent aha
who to her two daughters -
nes get
were contracts for rebuilding the to Okeechobee for interment Friday program. A University of Florida 'I for the contro: of dogs running at gate receipts, which far exceeded ,!!at Bradford Park on May 8. and
;:;;:::; railroad into the camp area. Ruby Johns. Bradford student. who has had cxperienee happily married.' You will admire -
. spur morning at 11 o'clock. large within the cit> limits.i expectations. Receipts will be | to the Ward Baking Co of Jark'sonville
County treasurer of the '
at a cost of S310Oand th* construction North Local I'{ in directing recreatio sensible Elmor who is not used by the Lions in the advancemeat for tending their goodwill
Florida Society for Crippled Children. arrangements are inehsrgt' I
of a telephone and telegraph -, programs will be employed during Troop 70 Awarded willing to acknowledge that she of their sight corErVatiOflI man. "The Cisco J<1d", to
building. $21.000. announces that: a total of of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral i !|I
I::::: $l35..25 has been collected throughthe 1 I June. July. and August is in love and sympathize with program. i iI iI i|: emcee the show.
executed by Home. I
The final work The Councils action was taken Second Prize I
annual Easter :Seal fund drivein romantic Marianne who almost Around 25 variety number were "We would also like to thank
Owens w u installation of two650.0AO at the of the RecreationComTT.ittee I
this county up to date. I At Scout0Ramaj the rr. rchant, of Starke who so
dies of broken heart. You will from piano
( gallon water tanks, onewith of W J. a presented ranging
At Short CourseJack ,t composed I generously contributed prize-. also -
. a ground elevation of 1SS Dermo-iy. chairman. Frank Wai- laugh at the two adorable Middle- and marimba solos to trick riding.
::;J ; the Bradford Telegraph
Thomas Re-elected I Boy Scout Troop 7') won second County
feet and another at 1S 5 feet.. Trawick county sanitarian -, rath. Jr., Harvey Sutherland, Ray j I prize at the two-day Scout-O- ton children and at the empty- The audience evidently loved It. and Dave Paulk and the Large

...4 With the rehabilitation of two existing Joe E. Thoaiis. Crescent City attended a sanitation short. Stamei. Gordon Adams. Kyle I Rar.a held in the Gator Bowl: 8t headed Robert Ferris. This story and many expressed amazement 'I number of citizens who turned out

100.000 tanks the Camp druggist and native of Starke. was course at the University of Flonda. : McMurtry. Bill Morgan Mrs. W. j Jacksonville last Friday and Sat- :full of heartbreaks aM fun will at the quality of the talent pre- I to make the thow a success

- Blanding reservation now has a recently re-elected mayor of Cres- Monday. Tuesda'y arj: Wednesday J. &;>reUe. and Mrs. Henry Q. I urday. The locai trocp entered j ibe enjoyed by all the family ;sented. The show was emceed i "The Lion. Club of Starke ha

total water storage capacity of ecnt City by a substantul marginof The course was sponsored I three exhibits: first rid fingersprinting. I; The proceeds will be used to' by 'The Cisco Kid" whose serv- (.only one project: Sight Conserva
1.500.000< to Hall.Also ; and plumbing I ices are furnished free by the tion. The proceeds from this
gallons tnough supply 34? 163 for
to his
opponent by the State Board of Health at the Tuesday meeiicg j purchase audio-visual aid materials -
I The Scouts were accompaniea I Ward Baking Co. to communities show will be used to purchasegla&sej
the nedj of a huge cantone- Thomas U married to the former( and the Florida Sanitarians r I tie Council voted withdraw :ito Jacksonville by ScoutmasterHarry which will be used by all the wishing to stage events of this for children whose parentsare

ment Miss Lois Denmark, also of Starke. Assn: j jils for Green
application special legtsla- children in school. kind. unable to provide them


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E. L. TTT.TTTTTTT.TT..T..T,I 1 Starling.Mrs. spent the weekend with his 1
MATTHE's\\ parents.
BRADFORD TAWTEY"by Jares Phillips of Starke Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Walters

BAYLESS III WAY\ was a dinner guest of the O. J. Mrs L. H Hill of Ft. Myerwas :
I Phillips
family .
Sunday evenirgMr. home during the
: services
will be
of Palatka '
PUBLISHERi t spent the weekend!
the First
i' with hu mother Mrs, J S. Shu-1 I Baptist Church next

OUJHT FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD I Church Nests I Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips of ford and his brother David I week beginning Monday night a1:

I"UbUah'P'1 Friday and eale/ed M fcecond dM matter at the Poet Office at Starke, Florida under The members of the Baless;; Gainesville spent the weekend Members of the Shuford bml-\\eight o'clock The visiting; mm..

the Art of March 3, 1879. !I Hiway completed a Sunday school ; with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. lies enjoyed a "get-to-gether" ster will be Bob Gray pastor ,>t .,.

I study Friday night taught by J. Phillips.A. i Mother's Day dinner at the home t the Baptist Church of Hamptot -

MEMBER: FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION the pastor Rev. R. K. Gwinn. E. Arwood of Atlanta. Ga. ,, of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shuford'II Everyone is invited to atvn.1:

I Everyone who participated in this spent from Thursday to Monday :1 I} Rev. Fred Carter returned to I 1 these services .
I .
I study thoroughly enjoyed it. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.H. I his: home in Wrights\1lle, Ga. j j

The South Will Be Watching II I Rev. Gwinn filled his regular B. Arwood. !(I I Saturday after conducting a sue- -

less than miracle to make the I I appointment at, Bayless Hiway! Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins Jr. r I.cessful revival in the Methodist ', Get TWO brand NEW
Democrats a
"During the first hundred days the more or :Sunday irornin; and evening. A i church here. '

did the patriotic thing by giving the leopard change its spots and the Republican I' large crowd attended both serv-''of relatives Anthony here.were weekend guestsof :I Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews are I

Republicans: a chance to work out their Party is still the Republican Party the ices.. Everyone is always invited \i ito :wearing happy smiles over the tMOtS4EYM GOODfiEARTIRES

initial problems, but from now on there party primarily of big business, the so-called ;,, attend services at Bayless Hi- Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips were j i announcement of the birth of a

must be debate" That's the way ThomasK. "vested interests", and the "privileged" class.If way I I business visitors to Jacksonville : grandson The proud parents are,
1 Finletter summed up the situation at a you don't agree, just read the latest Saturday, May 16, the Vacation on Saturday of last week. ,!l Mr and Mrs H. C. Crews ot'I T4
Committee meetingin speech Mr. Herbert Hoover, who made sucha Mr. and Mrs M. B. Futch of ,I I I
recent Democratic State Bible School clinic will: beheld I
"success" of his administration that ,Jacksonville were visiting relatives -
at the church. The TWO thislow
New York. various J. R. Walters of Boca Raton
the : have elevated him to the in the Lawtey area Sunday
Washington correspondent
Richard L. Strout, '. churches in the Association will :
for the "Christian Science Monitor says: position of senior oracle of their party take part in the clinic. The ladies!;i afternoon. I I price 1

has always full of good advice on how to correct I Among those attending a Moth- I
"The Eisenhower administration come ,of the host church will furnish UPTO
out of Honeymoon Bay in its relations with the "evil" of twenty years of prosperity that tea' I I er's Day dinner at the home of Let Us Thoroughly $

Congress and w breasting the big waves of he had.nothing to do with bringing about. ,, Personal Items I' Mr and Mrs. Steve Starling, SrI $300I 90

the open ocean. So far the weather has been The latest gem of wisdom from Mr. Hooveris We were glad to see Mr, and I.were members of the Doc Wainwright Wash Your Clothes 25

fair with a few squalls! but now there is advice to the federal government to "get Mrs. Leroy Herbold and son and family Mr and Mrs. Leon I 1 I .... 'a

evidence of a dropping barometer." out of the business of generating and dis- Miss Eunice Peters of Sarasotaat i i Starling and family and Mr and I 9 Pound 0 PRIVATE -"U..14 1w.
some Mr. I Mrs R D. Suber all of Jacksonville I IMiU
tributing as soon as
power church
ardent Sunday they were
Robert Ruark a one-time For
Columnist allows as how "The Hoover would iave the goverment do this in ,weekend guests of Rev. and Mrs. I ; Mrs. Luther Hilliard and 9 PROMPT MARATHONBrand

Eisenhower supporter, ragged a charitable attempt to "rescue free men Gwinn. I Steve Starling Jr. of Lawtey. FREE Bleach If Desired! I
Republican start has' been awfully I Mrs. Margaret Kelley is visiting New
intelligence. You from this variety of creeping specialism. l We were also glad to see Paul Temple Ave Stark FRIENDLY
and undistinguished relatives in the New River i I TIRES
We that Mr. Hoover would like to"rescue"
McCarthy is Downey at church again. He is I
the idea that Joe
sort of get !area. II NOT SECONDS
all of the of Rural Electrification e
whole and I wish consumers feeling much better after hu re- I SERVICESTARKE
for the party,
spokesman Administration power from the cent accident' I I Mrs. Myron Knut of Boynton NOT RETREADS

no part of a party where Joe McCarthy even awful "socialism" of electric lights and wash- spent I from Friday to Sunday withfrit"nds We Will I I .
---- Stop in for new rugged
to be the spokesman. Ike Eisenhowerwas Visitors of the II. B Kt'l1.s over Law I ---" I I I ____
seems administrator.I ing machines back to the "freedom" of the weekend were Mrs tey. Your I Goodyears Buy them
a good general and a fine Ipll's i Mrs. Stf'Starling and chil- I Dry Clothes
kerosene and tin wash tubs. Of by the
lamps at this
military brother and sister-in-law, Mi and pair
little of his past
he'd invoke a dren
in Lake
wish for Ioth.t'r's
were City
call the wrangling boys into course, that this is his intent will be hotly Mrs Claude Woods of Jacksonville I For 20c budget easy pacer
experience, Day dinner and a family reunion -
the back office and read 'em an act. If they denied by any loyal member of the GOP, but and Mr r and Mrs. Ellis, at the home of Mrs Star- 1 In New Automatl- Drten'I I: & Finance

if that isn't what the man is saying whatis Howard and children of Br ceville.Mr ItL
1956 will find > I
don't pull this thing together, ling's uncle. Elmer Tyre !II
doing it? It doesn't make sense for Mr. Hooveror and Mrs. Eddie Normanand I CO.
porno smart Democratic publicity man i Members of the "Buddy Starling" ,
else to maintain that REA is nice Mr and Mrs
Herbert Norman
things with the old Republican} slogan anyone family were called home on I t
great ,
and unsocialistic for those who already haveit and baby Wierwlale were The Washeteria PIIOMno! : ; I
In don't remember, the slogan was: : the weekend because of the tllms -
rate! you r,
Had Enough?" but a sinister, socialistic evil for ;others, visiting the Gordon Jones ani of Mr Starling Among In ('.InO\'a Irug Store i iI ;'?
yet unblessed.ho need it just as badly. Thurman Jones families this i I
those coming wereII' and Mrs
These are only a few of the expressionsof Suffice it to say that Mr. McKay, the weekend. Everyone was doing'
and disillusionment that Johnnie Tribula and children of -... X11. ta
disappointment "big business" Secretary of Interior, agrees fine I|II Buffalo. N Y.; Mr. and Mi-. I e } t' ray }
have begun to creep into a predominantly with the views :Mr. tttl; } 1t + t
implicitly expressed by We sure missed seeing Florence,, Clyde Starling Mr and Mrs Wtl,113 ttttr
Republican jress that even now is reluctantto Hoover and already it has been made crystal Castles at church Sunday Florence ', Starling and childien. Mr. andMrs. 1t1}ii lijl'1s'I t
take issue! with or say a word in criticismof (j) Mark On Your
Just clear that there will be no more of these big) was very ill and was takento : AUt"nolan and children Calendar (

the new Washington administration. bad TVA projects that have at long last the hospital in Jacksonville':and Mr and Mrs Fred Dollai and rt.t

why it should all of a sudden he so "un- )given the South a taste of the industrial Sunday night. The last report i: children all of Whitehous- Th.iTribuU .- I

cricket" to criticize an administration remains plum our northern brothers have been enjoying was that Florence was feeling. family are reraimng fill I II J11RTIID.AYSC )

a mystery. As well as we remember. for lo these many years. much better. !Ian I, extended visit with reldtives -\\M\KHS.\HIKS: : ONLY $2.00 DOWNand

Presidents Roosevelt and Truman benefited One of the most important factors in the The tobacco crops nn really I j Friends of A. .F. Brown will be And little $1.25
as as
from no such high-level, nice nelly tactics development of industry in the South since looking good now. They are the interested to know that he i" at OTHER

from the opposition press5. The country 15)33): : has been public power projects developed most promising looking crop. The home again after a stay of sevei- SPECIAL DAYS a week for a pair

would probably have been a lot better off by Democratic administrations. corn is certainly out of the ques jal i weeks in Doctor's Clinic Hos- You Should Remember

if they had. TVA (which Mr. Hoover and other GOP tion. ':pita in Starke. i With Flutters : .

Hut now that the Eisenhower "honeymoon" bigwigs would describe as creeping socialism : Sorry to hear about Colli Crosby '! Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Whiten'id Ct' When joii M-nd flutters, ana

is over as they say, we believe that most ) is the most dramatic example of what cutting his foot real bad: last I land children Tt'rt'sAnn and ly remembrance, jour gift I y
of the criticism that will be leveled at the cheap electricity! has done for the South our Wednesday, seems as though he Glenda of Rochelle Ga spent the } wenttwylw'aky )our Jood judger -
well|| I
I as
Administration in the months to come will beloved region which was once termed the couldn't find enough wood to cut weekend with relatives in Lawtey. / Consult: us jour ulxHit gmtdttishfs. SERVICE CENTERSTATION

IKJ the fault of the party the General had the Nation's No. economic problem. so whack goes his foot. He is recuperating Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynolds, : occasion or an} drsinn any ar- !

bad judgement to align himself with, and Secretary McKay has told Republican at home. I former residents of Law ley, have PHONE 21S ranjenn(.

not of the man himself. Outside of givingin I policy makers that he proposes{ to give private Mrs. J. R. Kelly attended the recently moved back and are occupying -(

to Joke McCarthy, creating) a new cabinet utilities share of the the Plummer cottage. COLONIAL FLORIST
a bigger power funeral of J. W. Jones in Lake. :SEKIiKK: I). (,(>OIM\\
position for Mrs Hobby, and naming Clair business. Perhaps he agrees with Mr. Butler Friday afternoon. Doyle Starling and children of'I I i

Booth Luce ambassador to Italy, we cannot Hoover that the government should "makeno > W C. Ward and daughter Mrs. Miami were weekend guests ot i NONA ST. Starke, Ha. L S. 301 at South City Limits

>ee where Eisenhower himself has made more appropriations for multiplepurposer.rojects ; Freddie Watterson were fishing 1 his parents Mr and Mrs D. W _'" .A' I

many bad mistakes in his first four months.In unless the power generated is to be and visiting relatives in Crescent,' .. .- TTTTTTTTTTTyyryTITTTTTTT
his thinking least on domestic policies, leased for distribution to private enter- Ga. Saturday and Sunday. I .tr 11III' 1IIIIiI'' __sa_ -_-_--__-__ e t!_--_-__--__ __ __ "

he seems to be much more in line with prises ." In other words, it's all right for Mrs. Betty Kirby received

the Democratic philosophy than with that the government to build 'em, just KO private'' another cablt'gramfrom hubby

of his own (adopted) party. But if he business runs 'em and reaps the profits, with ,I,Sgt. Earl T. Kirby who is stationed

doesn't as Ruark suggests, "get the boys the consumer, no doubt, paying through the in Mainz. Germany He''II

into the back office and read 'em an act", nose. I I jwas I sending Mother's Day greetings -

there is no telling where the forces of reac- Whether President Eisenhower goes along ,' and wishing everyone a happy ,

tion will drag us. with this sort of thing remains to be seen. :'i day. I

Perhaps: Mr. Ruark: is overly optimisticin Even if he doesn't, what he can do with thoseof I Well kids, school will soon bei '

thinking that a mere tongue-lashing from his party who do follow this line remains': out won't it? I know everyone '

Eisenhower would do any good. He may be to be seen.The i!I is looking forward vacations at'' :;
lakes and
a forceful man, but it would take nothing South will he watching.Mrs. I visiting relatives. HIV
for me. I'm just looking foi- OF /lNIJ


Starnes were hostesses at a Samba : Saw Doph! and Trudit- Crosby

Heightsby put atti the Southerland home on Saturday night They have bo'h
Wednesday.: been sick but are feeling much

Your attention is called to the ( better Also noticed Otis and I
notices posted in town relative to Arsula Crawford and kids ot BRING THE WHOLE

:, the bill to be introduced in this t1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHighland ,Jacksonville visiting Arsula's
The news this week should be session of the state legislature Baptist Church: Sunday I folks the C C. Crosbys Sunday I
I IC'nUtit'd
It ts asking! for a change in the city Lavon and Alyce
"Mere We Go" school 9:45: a m Worship Mary Crosby

mostly about people going away limits of Keystone Heights the and offices in services 11 a. m and 7:34: p. m l were visiting Miss F'1orenl't'11- FAMILY AND ENJOY THE H HReluxadosa0
the same bill asking that .
Mr and Mrs. Murphyvho have)I each Sunday. Prayer feting tie in the hospital in Jacksonville
of town mar-hall, t\x asses-
occupied the Cooper home on Key:, each Wednesday 7:30: p in Teachers Monday night
'' sor and tax collector be made ap-
atone Lake for several: winters
I t''pomtive msteid of elective The meeting Saturday evening

left on Monday for their home in|City Council is having the bill introduced ,7:30: Pastor E. C. Harve Sun- I I Iosfl Found
the Only
and would like to know day school Supt., W. C Hani.'e "
Mr and Mrs New ins have gone Come out and more: women took on
the sentiments of the citizens! on worship with usA I
north for the summer. Navel[ the subject Let them know how hearty welcome awaits \>w I j
Mr and Mrs. H Williams
( you feel about it. Mr. and Mrs Carson Gn'fis Magic Chef
pone north for the summer I :
Williams was quite ill for a few'I' The Keystone Helots Barber and daughter. Geraldine were' r
has hInds. It has shopping in Jacksonville than other r 1
days but was able to leave on Shop changed Thursday on ony range ,- ,
been sold to Frank Jones of of last week. Irons t : .
Saturday j I fuslss itillE
Gainesville. Mr. Jones has also Mr and /sstus f tar
Mrs. Edwin sa/snes
Mrs LtnOsa Walker and daughter Kmght and isrrr"si
purchased one of the new homes children .
of Baldwin
Julie and Miss Connie Knight were visiting!
being built by Manown and Scales Mr I
and Mrs TT-
went to Savannah.: Ga to spend
Circle 1 of the CommunityChurch
Mother's Hay with their mothers: and family Saturday night
will meet Monday at 3
Mrs. G. Wiggins: has gone to p.m. E. C. Harvey and Lacey Norman 0
at the home of Mrs B Chnst- -
Oreer S. C. to visit her daughter were in Jacksonville Tuesday
offers. Mrs. Eula Walker will bet -
Mrs. Wekhel went to State Col on business. r
co-hs Circle 2 will meet at
loge Pa. to visit, her daughter I t|! the home of Mrs Sara McDonald Janie Marr of Jacksonville was '' r
Met W. Cole and two children
with Mrs Baxter as co-hostes visiting her mother, Mrs Ruth r ro x
have gone to Witihita, Kan. A luncheon and shower is scheduled Marr. Saturday I
to visit her mother Mrs. L.
for Tuesday of this week, Mrs Ann Harvey was a business 3 p

Runnels.Dr I I honoring Miss buns Siprelle visitor in Green Cove Springs f.
and Mrs. Paul Bird and Hostess is Mrs. George Jeffres of Thursday I

their two children came up from South Jacksonville daughter of Mr and Mrs. Adrian Covt MODEL 791

Lakeland last weekend to visit Mr. and Mrs etweiler Among ton and little daughter of Jacksonville ng.- Enjoy modern cooking at its best ] F :
with Dr Ifcrd'a mother Mrs. K1U those attending from Keystoneare : !
attended church the
r..ud.lIrs. Mrs. Siprelle. Mrs, Bastedo Sunday. here new feature-packed 1953 (

l ymg. who was on her Mrs. Dale Siprelle. and Mrs Del- Edwin Gnffis left Tuesdafor Magic Chef gas range.

way to New York from which port w eiler.Mr .

Abe will sail for France, had a and Mrs Francis Egm. who ,of the Mrs Armed Callie Forces.Griffis He .is the son 5c to r (7 Miles From Starke on Blanding Road)

alight accident on Monday morn bought a home here last Decemberand I
ing In Aberdeen.. Md. Mrs. Kyle have become winter residents Austin Melvin Prescottand iQ

Mcilurtry was jccompaning her, of Keystone, left Monday to spend Black Ola Creek Prescott are fishing at SWIMMING FISHING BOATING DANCING
Hope they have ,
a* far as New Jersey Neitherwas some time at their farm home. good

injured but the car wud.un.ged "Sky-Top", in the Adirondackounta.ms. luck.Mr, Total Price 308.05'' BOWLING
and Mrs .
Carson Griffis BILLIARDS
so that their tnp was { They will spend July
tom. delayed a little. 'I|i and August at Oak Park on the and daughter Geraldine, and Bell Trade-In 30.05
Young Roger Pangborn celebrated St Mosley! visited Edwin Griffis at I
Lawrence River returning to

;;, ; his ninth birthday on Mon- lion Keystone, To Attend in the fill. I Fort _Jackson._ S. C recently I $27800'COMPLETELY ,' SPACIOUS PICNIC GROUNDS I

WILL PAY CASH Mate Contention
!!!5 Delegates from the Keystone FILL DIRTGOOD INSTALLED

TIMBER Heights area planning to attend, One Complete Fountain Service i
Cylinder Gas
the annual State Lions Conventionin RICH

For Saw Logs Miami May 11-19. are Roy H. 30 Months at $1UO SANDWICH BAR
AND Browning, TOP SOILSee
PULPWOOD president of the Keystone
-.. ,i .
Club, and Mrs. Browning; : .and
:: A Post Card Will Bring Me International Counselor H. A

To Set You. (Tony) Ree'esand Mrs. Reeves: Central FloridaGas x REGULAR DINING SERVICE

Deputy District Governor Harvey BILL JACKSON

tt i D. B. 'Dick' Thomas Southerland and Mrs Souther- .i
Jackson & Appliance Co. All At Economical Prices
Law ley, Fia. land; Mr. and Mrs. William WhiteSlJt'.i. Transfer Company:
Mr and Mrs. Arthur BecK-
Phone 165 Phone 301 Starke. Fla.
with ,
and Wally 3luhlh .er
i j.. .
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high prize atives in Aubumdale i I fYYTTYTTYTTTYTVTTTYYYTT ,r --- -
" " 'i and return on Sunday |I L. F. Chapman won j I
Mr J. M. Rivers and son, and Mrs J G Godwin received :Mr and Mrs. C D Sellers and[

STATE FARMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Char lea Henry and a friend Mr. the bir.go prize. daughter Emma Lou were Sunday -} HEILBRONNby
I Bill Ellis of Grand Ridge, were'recent Mrs R. M. Markhax's sister.'" guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Famous
''I guests of Mr. and Mrs 'Mrs. H. O Harris of Grand Ridge Sweat. Marian Norman iAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI i

,i I I11u. |I P. S. Crews. Mr. Rivers is Mrs. i and Mrs. S. R. Dobson from Tam- Leslie Sapp pf New River ate \ jt,
Mr. L. R. Dean and mother t
Crews' brother. pa were visiting this weekend Monday night supper with the Our
community was glad
John Gorman, wno U epend- with the Markhams.Mr. I toj
I I: The Weekly Bridge Club met P. S. Crews. know that ReHalT)' Wilson I
Ing the winter here, will motor to with Mrs. L. R. Dean. Thursday and Mrs W. S. Crews and;I Mrs Gene Raulerson and baby could come back home frat the

Ft Bragg Friday of this week to iMay I:\ 7, io the afternoon for two son. Billy and Mrs. P S. Crews I from St. George, Ga. spent the hospital in Miami, but we regret I
visit Mrs. Dean's nephew Marine I I tables. Seasonal flowers were spent Monday through Friday of weekend with the W. A. Knights. that he is still confined to his
JM, lit CU* John Ft. Stippell, placed throughout the home Mrs last w< [ersons met for a family picnics!I recovery. i j Coke is the most asked-for soft drink in the world.

:with other relatives and 1
1i i Sunday dinner guests of the:
of I And no wonder-it's so uholesorce,
|at Mt. Zion Church north
Fabulous Frozen Food Festival !1 Lake Butler and in the a.fternoon.1 E Roy W Clemons, Parrish family and grandson were Mrs.of' delicious and t 1

,all went to the Stephan Foster'Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Par-I so pun? as sunlight.

:Memorial at White Springs sight-'I nsh Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parrish! j --...
:'seeing and attended a "' '
\ '''-'''''- and fa-T.ily Mr. and Mrs. E. f i .k- \
and W.j ,," 11
away the Otis Knights "- J.' % )
I Parrish Jr. and family, all of j i\
:" "
children were visiting from Belle- Jacksonville. \ ,:\
,"" 'view. Fla.. and left the Knightsi .r.11 'I L\
Mr and Mrs. I /) I
H. D. '
Starling and !:;
i,tables.good assortment of fresh vege-! family visited Mrs. Starlia'smother. l j 4 lr! / / '1 -

i. Mrs. Kirkland in Jacksonville -!! / ,
ET. All on the sick list are rapidly
last Sunday. i I I IMr /,;, .
recovering this week. Mrs. Charles { {
and Mrs. Carl Rosier and 1 I .. (
Sapp is expected home in a few i \: i b I y
family of Ocala visited relatives iIJ
days from St. Luke's Hospital in
!S Jacksonville and Mrs. DeLaneyis in this community Sunday. ,
NM up again after a short illness at Mr and Mrs. M. Beach of Jacksonville ---
home. were guests of Mrs. !
///III//1'- Beach's mother, Mrs. /
Mrs. R. M. Markha-Ti's nephew
Car.rjchael last :
Pvt. 1st class Edwin Scott, son Sunday. AJ i
Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat. May 16 f i
:of Mr. and Mrs.: J. D. Scott, of Glad to se Mrs. Catherine; /
Sneads on leave from San Antonio -"Sponholtz back in this community !

tow Prlies: 152 Call Street Low Prices Texas visited the Markhams I after Mr being and Mrs.away Freeman for some Crosby time. ;, /J( : _..l / I/

Everyday Everyday -
7 over-as of Jacka nille"isited friends' t 1

Specials Too Slarke, Florida Specials Too Mrs. Annie R. orr.an of Jack- and relatives here' last weekend. '! ( ( it
Mr and Mrs .
sODilleisited her mother. Mrs. Markloe! Norman I ",.
Annie Richarde and Mr. and Mrs. of Hampton visited his parents : .
the Leroy Nbr.rans last i
Sunday j
H. M. Richarde on Sunday. I
LIBUVS Quick-Frozen ConcentratedOrange of The Junior Class of the Trainin -
Sunday spend-the-day guests
? Union
presented the church
the L. W. Paces were :Mrs. Pace's
;.sister Mrs. Hardy Hagood husband with a last short Sunday Mother's night Day, under program r ; -,
Juice 99C Patricia Sai
10 I and daughter Mrs. I -
Cans I''Hobbs and a friend, Mrs. Robert the the leader.direction of Mrs. G. L. Sapp,I : it -

Ray and son Billy, all from Jack-I Miss Patricia I V
Williard of Au- -
I sonville. burndale l1tt"d friends in this l-l----.i_______ .--- -
Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Miller of I section last Sunday. : (-
UBBVS FroxtnLEMONADE AGEN Quick Frozen ,i Perry spent the weekend with I
Capt. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher. Jf.CIIIRCII 4 ; I
PEACHES of Mr.! ...
afternoon guests
and Mrs. J. L. Williams weie LATTER DAY SAINTS I Y'ei
and Mrs. A. N. Jones of 1 ulee, Services each Sunday in old Ma-
8 Com 99c 4 16-ox. PkgSEABROOK, 99cWith and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Griner sonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday' i ZE
and boys and Miss Hattie Fowlerof School 10 a.m., Sacrament ServIce -'!
SWANSONChlcksnerB..l 4 Pkcji. RUSO FrozenSTR'BERRIES Frozen Lake Butler.ICommunU 6:30: p.m. Everyone welcome. : i / /

Club t / _
I I ) i
POT PIES ASPARAGUS I State Fanr Community Club GOOD NEWS r r
I I met at the club house Tuesdayi
with 18 members present -
i i
4 Pkgs99c i and 1 visitor :Mrs. 0. B. Renton Aluminum Awnings, I
Each 39c Pkg. 39c iThorrpson and daughters. Becky Are Available Again. Beautiful !

:j Svie and Per gy Lee of N. C. Owl, 2-Tone Color The : ,
I Lowest I
1 After a short business meeting Ibices Anywhere. 0

DIXIANA BABY OKRA . 5 pkgs. \ Your Choice! the program committee presented FREE ESTIMATES !I
beautiful -
with a
''Mrs J. L.
BRUSSEL SPROUTS 4 pkgs. : table lamp as a going away P. L. BOITlEO UNDtX AUTHOII1Y. Or THE COCA.COLA COMPANY IT
hilarious game was
SEABROOK BABY LIMAS 4 pkgs. cALL present. Mrs.A Williams was the Representative .
99 played "Cole" o regiitefed Kode-mark 0 1053.114 I COCA COl COWWW'
AGEN FORD HOOK LIMAS 4 pkgs. and.\ nner tape.of a lovely box of thread 2 Mi. South Town, Ut. 100

MIN. MAID ORANGE JUICE 6 cans j .Vrrange-npnts. of orange and -I II I
glads mixed with red and
.yellow yellow snap-dragons and long G NOTHING DOWN 9 FOUR MONTHS TO PAY NOTHING DOWN

BRANDS EVAP. (Limit 6 Cans with $5 or More Food Order) .-spirals of fern decorated. the r' .
throughout.The I

dubroom hostesses, Mrs. L. F. Chapman :::> _
Mrs Joe Wallace and Mrs.
MILK 3 Cans31c refreshments a
Tall ,L. R. Dean served
I j,of coffee, ice cream and
and .
j i Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox
daughters. Cynthia and
Vacuum Packed.! .. (Limit 2 Cans, Please!) ''of Live Oak visited with Mr and

Mrs R. H Cox Saturday.
i Mr. and Mrs. Troy Eason and -

ASTOR COFFEE c79C 'son. Ronald of Rocky Mt N c.I

':were visiting her parents. Mr = en
I and Mrs L. W. :Murphy Thursday -I
of this week. .
Visitors on Sunday :at the Mur- i

I phys were Mr. and Mrs Miller ", -. '_.....,--.....- c::
I,and children of Jacksonville Mr Opt
MAYONNAISE QUART 39C '!and Mrs. C. R. Ford and daughter, < '- --- ::

!|i j I girls vlr and all and of Mrs.son Ocala.Friemuth and Mr.Mr. Ray Ray and three Murphy Murphy -- ; PUR E Nothing T !IRE S COPI C H

FAB-U-LOUS ASTOR Orange PekoeTEA KINGAN Corned Beet :, is spending this week here on a
his vacation

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Jersey \ P.t: :'e !r.::: GaHt: ::1fT : : \h;t1:; rf Gainesrilr: .i rI

I 1 i Set For \VCTU : For Mrs. Brown .rday afternoon for C't"-.oa and I I" red: h, l"lt': $tu--r: ,

! : ? Ileeting On May 22 .\n 0'1 tdoor surprise n," ties lthan!:,' e:":!a..r:Islands,.r:;:, a: \.r There F\; j,I cub:1HI-h: l .,.inti nw dirt'dr t. ,.r F'.s :

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du.ner i .
was given Sundae ;Lan ro :I. a p.t I .t"m ss mlo tt tkr -,'
The Contest for Jur.iOJ ., .
Speech \ .. .
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: honor of Mrs A ( tl' n .t'.t't' \ '" '," the short
i : and Senior high School students. T'':.. ,.1':. u '
41)th birthday a..m.e..ar; ;" :opol1.(1-l'd'' \\t : ""t':'" :,1 bt'
being sponsored by the Laura .
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The long 1.1\\11 tanie .w .,- .1:: :n: : \ ,' : ::: : 1t' ,t'"
Gladys tOOt1 I Scott Union WCTLJ will be presented laid with a whir: ir.- r' awh =a :i,,; :..L,.t \ : :.. .
: at the regular meeting.
Phone 3aIII ch Easter lilies ,.
and .
FridAy night, May 2_. at ti p.K "se -=
------- I buds; were placed at m'r.- I
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i or temperance and During the course, ..: : t. r! I

60th Anniversary Reception Given patriotic program songs and readir.gsiL noon Mrs. Brown a a j.J .....' "0 STARKE 3

Of BaptistVMU : For Pastor. And Wife : be presented at this tire: with many lovely and ust :-

The public 13 invited and temperance Among those attentug :stir Prejoyable j.- .
Observed Here :;I By Presbyterians : people are especially urge affair were: M. f ; \- i RADIO & TV SERVICE

The Sixtieth Anniversary of the The WC man's Club was the, Ito attend in order to encourag Clark and faT-lh. Mri, T .
I the young conteiilants. A corn'mittee Brown and fami1 '. Mr iilll. M 3Zenu3 t
CJt delightful reception 3
Florida Baptist \\'. M. U. was scene a I' Reasonable Guaranteed Service
Thursday evening, May 7, by mean' : of judges will make firs Griffis Mrs \\-.I.,p. 'Iree:. .

observed by the local First Bap- b4>ra Gf the First Presbyterian and second awards to the winning and family Mr. and MrA'be rtGriffis i On All Makes Radios TV

tist Church Thursday Clt last week Church, honorlr.g the Reverend participants. and family. Isevr: >! Pre ort

at a delightful luncheon and pro- end Mr-s. WIliGm! Samuel Mc- i Refreshments wlll be served a i ij watt Charlie Farlf'UH! li' +noMrsr t

gram meeting with over 00 memo Aliley j the close of the meeting 'Rcnald Gnftts .pan! 'lit 'grrer ( IF YOI'n H.\IHO on TET IS i:
i Pat aU of Starke Th 'or Ie '' NOT
JT"or; ;
attending. Seasonal rowers: were placed at I
tiers and points of interest throughout the i Pupils Of !\1rs. Davis town guests Were Mr IUlj Mrs 1 r" S.1TISFtUTiON
The theme of the prOgram, "A L. M Iesser and fan.m': ,.f: .. .aI

Tree Growl In Florida", was appropriately club rooms 'A1th tall standards or I Heard In Recital F W. Davis of Jacks/! ,' 'II th

carried out In th program Faster lilies and white gladioli and Mrs. John Ban't'r"" ""JI i I call 198YAlOnce% I
prt'dominaUng. The refreshment I Mrs. Ellery M Davis presented
I Hall of Green Cove Sp! !nK U! t ,
Small 1
and decoraU6ns. table wu overlaid with an im- her pupils in a piano recital _
II and Mrs. P.. C. Cart! r S.,,'1d ; --
artificial sliver trees and orchid ported cutwork cloth and centered I Thursday evening, Iay H, at 8" and Mr and Irs. Eli!::... h.. : t.... .:.: I- l ,ill ""t rt't"l'1 I Door To \?%err tht. ,\"'!' .t
with an artistic arrangement of o'clock in the Wom.ut's Club
lavender seasonal lowers arutz .
and I and family uf L ''''l'
pink ar.ap-dragCJn and shasta building xD
at intervals: along the
were placed daisies in an antique tUrt'fon. The Easter lilies stokesia and Shasta -I ,

banquet tabtes. Also at each centerpiece was flanked by two- daisies were used to decorate U.D.C Chapter 5 '. !

place setting were doll favors' branched candelabra holding tall 'the auditorium for the occasion. II -"1:1 L

dressed in purple and lavender. I burning pInk tapers.Greeting I Following the recital punch and Plans Picnic : r
I .
A large thret'-Ut'rf'd anniversary at the cake were served with Jimmie I fl flDt'diratrd
; the
guests I ; The W T. W.., r .., .. :
cake topped with the fIgure 60". door were Mrs. L. T. Crews. Irs. Cole and June Connor pouring V.D.C. met .Wednesu, ,.
i': "KII'
was centered on an Individual F. F. Stump Mrs. K. G. Duncan punch and Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave,
of last ..
week.at the h
:tie ': \1'' .
table and Mrs John GriUm. In the Mrs. J. R Kelly and Irs. GuyAndrews E. 1. E To ( (Immunit) Serb ice -
Matthews with \1 F
Preceding the luncheon, Mrs. receiving line were Mrs. Claude assisting in ser.'ing. : ")10\IrAn- 1M-Un Than Eu'r"
as cohostrsIn -
F n. Beard offend a prayer of Crowson, Mrs. J. R. Kite, Rev. and i Those appearing on the program -
I were: Dorothy Mixon. the absence of M! F K a If ) tlU find sour name concealed in the Florida Theatre \d
Plantt'th and Mr. and Mrs. :
thankllltivlng, "HI' That Mrs. McAUley i ...
I Tommy Andrews, Janice Connor, Perryman president M'' 1VHaile ',; t a rut ad out and present! it tn no\: Office fur FUElTIl'IE1': : .
A Tree 11 A Servant of Goo", Guy Andr-\\'s. i
Wayne Kinney Myrtice Conway presided over the 1IIt't"ng -
followed by a solo from Mrs. I.. Pouring punch during the evening Sat. 11ay ltiONI.l'1)OI'131.E
; DUring the business
IGJenda Underhill, Paulk seJ>slIm Mrs *
We Bow". Sylvia ee Tue's \\ t'd.'Jt 19. 211
F Dinkins, "Silently from the two punch bowls J. E. Wilson r ) 1'E.tTI'Rli
June Connor, Harold Thus Janice gave a report Iln the
After the delicious luncheon, were: fra. T. A. Yawn Mrs. Herbert I Memorial
I Blunt', Kathleen Conway, CarolMcRae Day program which
the following program was presented Green, Mrs. David Montgomery I. +Jer
was held at the BIIS stadIUm
Darren Mary I :
: "Frif'ndBhlp 111 A Shelter and Miss Louise Stem.
Carol Bessent Maxine Andrews, Friday, April 24. She also reported .ra,.
tog Trf't" given by Mrs Gail Assisting in serving were Irs. R. I that the i
of aU
Mathews in which she gave rf'- G. Paterson, Mr Louise Harden, Robert Kelly Elaine Colson, veterans of aU graves Charles E Cooley son of .Ir and :Mrs. \\' F Cooley of Starkt' anti I

Ignition to visitors and guests" Mr. Edna Prevatt, Mrs. \\'. J.Epperson Charlene Hardy, Burge Searing warS and the Miss Dorothy Remer daughter of Mr and Mrs. }<'. M Remer of
of UDC
Jimmie Cole, Jacqut'lin Parker, graves daughters were
among who were Mrs. J. W. Jr., Mra. W. T. Jack- decorated that afternoon. Ierchanhille. N J. were married March 1 In the First Bapt.it
Cathl''n Kelly, and Mary Julia I 1
Thomas of rookfT, president of son. Mrs. Lonnie Fulwood Mrs. Futch. Irs. HaUe ', Church of Merct.ant\'i1le. They left immt'diltely alter the ret'eptlOn
the Asaoclational W. M. U. and all Robert Chapman, Miss Lillian committee appointed a nominating I for South Florida. Mr. Cooley is stationed at Pmecastle AI-'ll. Orlando

living put W. M. U. pre8idents. Stump, Mrs. J, G. Caldwell, dirs. consisting ot Mrs. Mrs. Cooley will graduate in June I
Mrs. S. E. Sparks gave 'The Tree Evelyn Cooper llrs. Jack Dempsey -.II.Mrs. Gay Compliments W.Haynes.B. Mundy A chairman, Jr and will Mrs.be 0, L. of Nursing, Keuka Park, N. Y. Later from she Keuka will return College to, Orlando Department lit If J1( roms I ttkaEb! 1.-1 .1'11I't "Ilotlliiood XU" !I nub"snalllhuh

of Deepest Root Is Found" a Mrs. D. C. lIoJtundorl, Mrs. Mrs Robert Alvarez ap- where the couple will reside. i .Also-
pointed at a later date. Plans aho ..att'.t \\or.d SetsH.
history of Southern. M. U. and W. A Stern, Mra. E. B. Jackson, I I I
for the U.D.C. picnic which will I t
"And One Took Root and Sprout.I'd llr. Lucinda Wynn, Mrs. H. B. i Mrs. Arlen Gay entertained at I MUTINY
Up and Grew Into A Tree". Pe)10n, Mrs. L. 11. Gibson, Mrs. :,a lovely miscellaneous shower Cottrell be held at the home of Mrs. J. B. Methodist Men LegIon Auxiliary j i n, STARLING;
at the June
the history of Florida W. M, U. Harold tins and Olra. J. R. Kite I Monday afternoon from f to 5:30: mad meeting were I To Receive Charter In Technicolor !

Mrs. 11. 1. Hough presented ''the Soft salon music was played ''o'clock at the home of her par. The American Legion Auxiliary t"\t"n" and Land+hury !
Tree". a history of the : An ice course was served by I Bishop JohnS. will meet Tuesday evening at 5 Th ur., Fri.-flay 21.22
Aspiring by Miss Louise Stem and Mrs. 1. ents, 1fr. and Mrs. W. J. Epper- the hostesses Branscomb. 1'111" "l'\'&t-Tttelty" Cartonn '
local W. M. U. followed with A. Canova during the evening. I son Jr., honoring Mrs. Robert hour. during the social i resident bishop of the Jacksonville o'clock In the Legion HaIl. Mem- .\1'to serial
flinging "Trt'u In Their Blooming Ah'arez. Ares of the Methodist Church b..rs are urged to attend to make r
the out.of.town guests i I 1
Tremble With Song", Among ,I will come to Starke on Friday plans fer serving lunch at the r. G.; HAHKSnAI.E
I The home decorated -
were Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Kissling was attractively
"Planting Tnt Trees That Would i of Presbyterian Circles evening, May 22, to present the i Crippled Children's Clinic In the
Hh'freide Presbyterian Church, with arrangements I I :
March and Train", depicting the ot I charter to the Starke Methodist: l Bradford County Health Depl. on Sun.. Mon-May 17. iS
Mr. and Mrs. William T. !stokesia and Sweetheart rOi es. Met coe
Young Peoples Auxiliary goals Tuesday Men's Club, at the Ladies' Night I Friday. 22. GENE
Baker of Jacksonville Dr. and The dining room tabl was over- -'Y-
for 'M, was presented by Mrs, supper in the Methodist Resrea. -- -- -- i
Mrs. M. 1. KokoTlor: of Gainesville laid with a lace cloth and centered Circle 1 of the Presbyterian : GPI
J. "A Tree With Fruit lion Ban it tt.isi i ilrnrn rnW
E. Hardy. was
and Mrs. John Griffin of with the punch bowl. Trays held Women of the Church met Tues- I ident; Joe Andrews III 2nd vicepresident + r
Unharvested", an anniversary offering week by C. H.
retiring: and Robert
: Turner
heart-shaped cakes, sand..icht'sand ; ,
Och1ocknee. Ga. dar e'eningith Mrs. W. J.Chandlt'r. .
and dedicatory prayer Wag I president of the local ......
group.e. .
About 160 guests called during party mints. i st'Cretal1.-treasurrr. The supper r,. M.G.M's"NEVER '1.'O
given by Irs. Gail Mathews, followed : officers to be installed at the sup- 1:1 to bt' prepared by Circle 4 of r rQ1'luv ro ft
by the 11010 "Trf'es" by the appointed hours, 8:30: to 9:30: An appropriate game was played Mrs. E. C. Harden, program ,I per are George T. Huggins president : the Woman's Society of Christian LET

Mrs Don Neel<< Mrs. 1A"1 Green, o'clock during the afternoon with Miss chairman, talked on Pentecost. ; H. K. 1)'us. 1st \'lce-pres- ,I Service j
president of the local W. M. 0. I I Gall Duke winning a prize. i 1\lrs. Eval'n Cooper gave thg I I f1

gave the Inspirational message I Youth Choir Party Mrs. Gay was assisted !In serving Bible study taken from the book 1 I I ME GOd
and caring for the 16 guests Mark.
of I
for 1954 : "TIlt Tree That Ne.tlHad
Youth Choir of by her mother, Mrs. EpPt'rson.VSCS Refreshments served : r i r pKTitt :"
To Fight, Never Became a The Methodist were by I I "J'I..t Ian \%In SlwRe;

Forest King". Mrs. 1. 10' Dinkins the First Methodist Church of the hostess during the social hour. ,, l'luti "Tlto'. Guitar" ('srhlOn and I

depicted the Lavender Lady in Starke enjoyed a swimming part \ Notice I Latest Worltr' Netts ( onM'd y
Circe! 2 met at the
home of
I iMrs.
singing "Blells Our Union". Mrs and picnic supper at St. Augustine II'I .. ....,
R. A. Thomas gave the dosing Beach on Thursday afternoon, The general meeting of theIt'thodist Jack Dempsey Tuesday evening !- -.___-- "

benediction "Go Then And Plant April 30. There were five car W. S. C. s, will be held with 13 members present. Surely didn't kno'-\ our little plants up to the Lake City VA'Hospital ;:

A Tree Lovely In Sun and loads ot young people and their I Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock After a short business meeting community was so endowed with last Saturday for the : _

Shadow". adult leaders present. for the last meeting of the )'ear.yyyyyyyyyyyyy. a surprise stork shower was given i! .o much talent last week the Bradford County Veterans who

honoring frs. DeJ1psey. Many I, Garden Club held a local talent are hospitalized there Adelaide I I +
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" lovely and useful gifts were pre- musical comedy that showed th Crow son, a member oC the dub 1 t1wr"a

I sented to the honoree in a baby gay antics of Maggie Miller, Dar- and husband, Claude, did the

"A GIFT .F'R' .M. CANOVA'SIS !carriage cell Key, Creet Dixon, -ookie honors sorry to hear that

Hefreshments were served dur- I Fowler, Ruth Broadwa, Ed Junius Smith is m S1. Luke' !
ing the social hour \ Simpson, Boots Peyton and so hospital and will undergo surgery:

SURE TO PLEASE many others I can't begin to remember I this weekend and Or

i \ them all and last Friday M. B. Herlong is in the same I

THE GRADUATE THIS YEAR ( Final PTA Meeting I evening the Lions Club sponsored I hospital for a minor operatIon n

Next Tuesday the Cisco Kid Talent Show at the which was performed on ThUi s- ,

.., UI II" I. ,..,-- i BUS stadium which was really a I day also sorry to hear that ,

A FEW SUGGESTIONS The Parent-Teacher Association ; revelation to see those youngsters I little Jerry and Jimmy Yawn are i

of Bradford High School will hold get up on stage and go through confined with the mumps I

3 its final meeting of the school their paces little Susie Broadway = We're going to miss .Greet E

year next Tuesday evening, May j stole the show and won first Dixon and family. who moved I

FOR HIM I 19. in the school cafeteria at 7:30p. : prize with her version in singing from the Jacobs house on W. "
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school term will be installed at prize went to little Franklin Xaz- a number of friends gave Crt'et I .f/11Nitt.'jjjHNIN INN N
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Compacts .. Scheaffera Pen and Pencil 3' this tine.Young I worth when he sang a folk song I a surprise farewell party at j wi Nia N.11. 1,1NrNNNN

children will be cared for accompanied bhis. guitar and Marion Howe's Wednesday eve- i

Manicure Sets Desk SetsBill in the school library.All I i third prize was won by ElbertHersey I ning and presented her with .e.- I n..0.tt

Comb and Brush Sets parents and teachers are of Hampton singing "The I eral gifts we're aiso missing : ,NtNN{ / Y.,
invited to attend. Refreshments Death of Hank Wi11iams" the Wilbur Scotts who moved t')
Folds .. ; ....t.f : .e4
Ladies Razor Gainesville :: ; :: .
will be served.Winsome Also among the numbers I special-I on Monday their
Bob address is 820W 24th I NN::
Iy enjoyed were Ave !
Bill Folds Ronson i
Margaret: Ann Phillips doing somE: I Lois and Calvin Johns have moved I II I iNNrN ww

StationeryCOLOGNES Leather Kits 3 Class j" tricky. vocalizing on "Sewn LonelyDays" :, into the Fred Scott home at 311 .1., .S.'I' i I NN.N1 11- ,' 4,
Shaving Met With Mrs. Peek I Carolyn Crews lookinglovely I W. Washington St. from the'' 1N,1
.4 :
in Cisco's sombrero asshe Charley Johns house on E. MadI-

& PERFUMES Schick Electric Razors 3 The Baptist Winsome Class met played the marimba and I i son also among the movers : brocehl etpaaia.boedsaks ;

at the horse of Mrs. S. 1. Peek, the expert riding act of the young this week is CArrie Ingram who I ys 3Sys

DyDorothy Yardley Shaving Sets 3 Jr. Tuesday evening with 13 Forsythe lad The Lions were has moved from the Fred Guy I ,

Grey members present. pleased as punch over the granJ house on E. Madison to the Old I

Coty Shaving Sets Mrs. Harry Hatcher, vicepresident gate receipt1 as well as the n on- Humphrey homestead corner or ,

Tuaaey presided over the business derful talent that was unearthed Can and Broad 5trt-ets. I I .i ;:iP

Lentheric Lentheric Shaving Sets I meeting :\Irs.at Dankel gave Dave paulk's transport truck I Wish I could turn into a little I: 11MNN.. i iiNW
the devotional made perfect stage which was
followed by prayer a mouse Saturday night and watch i

Max Factor Max Factor Shaving Sets 'I, by Mrs. \\'. B. Mur.dy, Jr. There appropriately decorated by the I the Ju."lior-Senior Prom at the Nt ': :::' Mv
was a discussion en sponser.ngone Lior.esses. I
Coty Caldwell State Farm : COO in which the faculty I... put- hrf Y t at rr.:
Twan Shaving Sets R.A. or G.A. for one week at Lila up at I II 7
camp. I was a happy mother On Mother's ; ting on a talent skit of the Saga. 1 tRfSIDENT

TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBaby she received call of "Frankie and Johnnie" 1 t 1i Jade 1ba.d
Refreshments Day when a j jI m 2
MAID HOSIERY were served by '.
AIR the hostess assisted by cohostess I from her three dau hters. Mary I pantomLTe taking part are II

Ben Clocks Mrs Shirley! PolIt't.Vedding !Jo Anderson June Edwards and Marion Payne as Johnnie, Rub .Lw N f 14910NM.N

CANDIES !Peggy Caldwell, who are all living Mae Perkins as Franklt' Joe

Big Ben Clocks 3 at present with: the A. W. Ander. i Bolton as Nellie BJye and Charle 1- <

\VhiUman's \ Date Set sons: Jr. 1n Ventura. Cal:.!. Partin as the Sheriff should!

Travel Alarm For Miss Bennett also among those home for'Ioth'r's ;' be a riot! the Methodist Youth AMERICAN Ilewlr1a9so GIRL ?tt n

Norris iI Day were Elizabeth !i Choir held their weekly rehearsal :

Pan gburn's Cameras And Doyle E. Conner I Lawson from Sarasota and i iI and social at the Morgan Ri
Charles Lawson who is home on home, State Farm, on Thursday: ,
Miss Johnnie B Bennett, daughter -'I I .
t ., I I II I' I' 10 daYa Leave from Fort Jackson: evening Friday and Saturday
:==II of Irs. B. E. Bennett and the S. C. Petty officer 3c, Ovid I Desta D'a, Della Rosenberg and

i Buy Now While You Can Take Your Time tate Mr Bennett of Marianna. Bennett "had to report back to I I Mildred Doyle will travel to Or-

and Doyle E. Conner son of Mr. his ship in San Diego left Sunday lando to attend the EPW State ,

AMI Your Pick 3 and whose Mrs. Leon Conner of Starke, after 20 days leave he ''I Convention ROBERTS JEWELRY

engagement was recently i t erts to be discharged in July I Ii Birthdays are being observed

.." I II II ._ I I ar.nou1cedill be married in the i hear that our old friend andi this week by Liz XaS\\\rthy. who

1i First Baptist Church of farianna I celebrated hers on Wednesday and "Your Friendly Jeweler"Phone
: on SU-'ld.1y. June S. at 3:30 I- was honored at the .oman.s. Club
CANOVAPHARMACY I o'clock in the aftenoon. A re.l'eptlon v I 260 Stuke, Fla.
I called back Into service and will May Breakfast Eva Stump
will be held i
I in the recrea- report to San Antonio, Texas I and Janie Avery had birthday
tion hall of the church
soon VoiCe Thelma and the on Thursday Bertha Pearce on
l after the
PHONE 160 ct'remony. children will return to Starke I Friday and Ned Yttncey en Saturday /1 N N MIN .

All relatives and friends of the, Hear that the local Garden 1tai. l1Cid/,
STARKE FLA. .{'y.ut.. N N1.NwrKtr
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i j jr W F Her I! Mr and Mrs Richard Ray cf J <=
i Mr and Mrs cng -.__-- ,, ---4
I I II I 1'had a, Sunday guests Mr. and i Jacksonville: spent; the first I

M s M N Herlong acd family j ji I:of tleIIo' with :Mr :z:l 'pa-'I
/ifwnaIdJu < Jacksonville iJ. S. Sapp. [;1 o

> Friends of Edgar O'Hara111 I Mrs. Bertha Pearce had -..'. Lok Ai TIi '1: fn A&p

be pleased to hear that he is I her on Sunday, tr dajgh'ersMrs.
home from St Vincent's hospitaland i Ed Ensor and Mrs Mar
C.-1N .. '
!I _. is getting along as wen as I I Lace and daughter. 1aI1 t"*:- '
--- Jacksonville
can be expected i itWO.
Kearns 1 J G. and Mrs Bernard : Rev and Mrs T Arthur M,." ,
and Mrs Ralph Croker of I Mra Rutnann Margaret I "
II Jacksonville ;;tr >!
make her home Cchen of Aberdeen. Mi and Mr of were grue
Sunday guestof left Monday to ( .
Urban Ohio were i .
Pa : and Mrs E. J. Nix. Jr. of Kansas |i Rev and Mrs T G '.:Llt.l '
Mr and Mrs P. B Alvarez .n Hainsburg. :
Edwards., City Mo arrived Tuesday for a I SurulayMaKnio.
Mrs W L .
frydays Mr and
Suzanne Ford u spending a .
and Family BsW+ Buyon I
Mr I week's visit with their parents
W G Struth. I
thU week with h'r grandparents Mr. and Mrs d..1"1c'h
and Mrs. Wesley Andrews -a' trni* at
c.1 W and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. M. and Mr W Page I.Mr.
and Mrs Jares O. Top-I hop. hone 316.
Ford, Sr in Jacksonville Memll Lynn of Lake City
Mr and Mr E P Rennrr andMr 'and Mr. and Mrs K. :'1. Struth I pins. Jr. and daughter Mayme :':r. and Mrs L SHut:" .eft I
Eileen of Jacksonville spentMothers Thursday for a two wekjsit
and Mrs. Albert Miller of I'and children were Sunday guestsof
Daith her mother. with friends ar.d relatn' s in
and Miss
were Sunday guests Mrs. W. H. Struth
Mrs. Mayme I. Toomey. Hamlet :;. C., Orangeburg andi ---
and Mrs. A. F. Sauls Kate Struth.
of Rev Mr W 8. McA1lleyi11 attend I I C H. Bagley of 301 Motor Mrs. J B. Sapp spent :'Iondaywith i Charleston. S. C. and SavannahGa. Super RightPiCICS Ready To Eat .
her sister, Mrs F. A :Moore: ,
the Presbyterian Town an Ccun-I in Gainesville I I Mr and Mrs J M. V.ckers and
Motor Courts Convention in
try Pastors Decatur.Institute Ga at from Monday :i Charleston. S. C all this week. Mrs \VV Oa.nedm! : (hiJr..r.Dt'f'tur ;( family spent the weekend in 4 to 61b average Ib '
Seminary I .. Mr VA Ke:s! 43C j ---3
to Friday of next week %Vhil Mr and Mrs. Guy Sale and Of Ga wee >':1g ..11I i Fitzgerald. Ga
he u in Decatar. Mrs McAlHey I daughter Linda Kay. spent Sunday I friends here :'ant F .d
Sam, Will visit her witn Mrs John Sale. Mr and I, TTY.r.TTTm.
Mlas BUlle Jo Ivey and 'aister'l Mrs. John Yates and Mr and 4 4 Super Right Thin Sliced
all Valdosta. t I'nwder nr IU.icke\e,.,
Alexander City, Ala. I JMrs i Gmha-n Sale I GRADUATION -
13 lrl* and Gav.Une lawn :JGa; and Mr and Mrs Jack Sale I 4 'Ib
Mourn at hl+tmk's. :['of Blountstown. Returning home. t GIFTS' 4 4 BREAKFAST BACON 61C PEAS 2 Lbs 25CFla.

Mr San Anderson and Mrs. they visited :Mr. and Mrs Roy I t.

Uogan Smith went to Atlanta, Ward in Lake City Sunday night. > .....
with Mra. An- Miss Montie Hutrhings with her I t .
Ga. Sunday to be rI. I
For That Especial LETTUCE '
dewm's mother Mrs. Dora Burton guests Miss Jean Parker and Hal I.i 4 15'

who underwent an operation I..aIAe'Islted Mr and Mrs R. R. t Boy or Girls .+.. ..4 !,
to be home this weekend Hutching. over the weekend. .' 4 Dressed and Drawn Ib -
They, plan {'('111t N'oegel. formerly of Starke I t I \VK OFFER YOU THE FIXI '\ t 4 IYERS' I 45C Fre"h Yellow
took .
and in Jacksonville
Mr and Mrs. James Lewis now living i 4
family spent the weekend in part In a recital last Friday nightin EST MERCHANDISE AT 'I. 4 CORN 5 Ears 27C

Apoj/ka visiting Mr. Lewis' moth- the Friday Musicale audi- I TilE LOWEST POSSIBLEPRICE
er, Mrs Lillie S. Lewis, and torium. The recital was sponsored Hermans All Meat

r.1n.1aw and sister, Mr. and by the'Jacki nville Music E (dulden RipeBANANAS
Robinson. Week Leila is a pupil of Anita 1
Mrs. J. C. pound package
Mr and Mrs. II. L. Brownlee Courtmanch of the Courtmanch FRANKS 49C
received word that their grandson I Violin and Piano Studio Jackson- ; Authorized Distributor For Elgin, 3\ 2ba 23C

Robert J. Stith. graduated ville.Mr. ...
Tuetday from the Crozer TheoloRical and Mrs L. A. Davis were _
: Baptist Seminary in Chester. in Atlanta Ga from Wednesdayto : B tjIo/ and -- ; i;;''': '_: t. _-_ ,- ,'to, ,. lona Yellow Cling Sliced
Pa. Mr. and Mrs Robert J. Saturday of last week.
Stith are also announcing the I i Mr and Mrs. Ned Yancey and WE USE GENUINE MATERIALS AND WE SERVICE
birth of a son, John Brownie, I family spent Mother's Day with The Flavor's No 21-2
born May 9. in Chester. Pa. 1 Mrs. Yancey's mother, Mrs. J. P. : : \ WE SELL Super. PEACHES 17C

Masonic and Family Rlblm. Buy Stevens, in Sanford. '"
on My term at Sander Watch Mrs. Jack Dempsey and son. And You Save

hhop. Phone 316. Jack, left Tuesday night for ED SIMPSON GEM JEWELRY A &: P NO.2
Mrs. R. L. Alvarez and children Fayetteville, N. C. to visit Mrs. --

of Fort Myers are spending this I Dempsey's parents for a few days
week vith Mr. and Mrs. R. I B. and Jack will remain with his : THE HOME OF FINE RfIPQ"'e 1. LARGE SAVER KRAUT l'or IftC
Alvarez and family. R. L. Alvarez grandparents for several weeks. I j Jeverly'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAALA
will Join his family this week* Mrs. W. T. Jackson and children "Starke's Leading
end. The Alvarez family will. spent Saturda; in Keystone I
Mr.. visiting Mr. and Mrs.Fred' Ij I Angel Food Ann
also have as weekend guests Heights j Page Prep. 15 1-2 Oz.
and Mrs. Tteadwell Strickland i iBelle of Leonhard and Mr. and Mrs

Glade and Mr. M H. Langof A. G. Loudon Sr.
Miami who will also visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. H Slade had You Can Depend On .. ", SPAGHETTI 2'" 23C

Mr and Mrs. Paul Raymond. as weekend guests, Mrs. W S. t;?," '. .f
)Ir. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas,Slade and Mr. and Mrs. C W t .. ; .' Now
KjM-nt the weekend with Mr. and'Sinclair and daughter. Ellen of ." 40

Mrs. Bill Plaster! in Jacksonville. Douglas Ga and Mr. and Mrs. I ,.t.J, f Only Duncan Hines, Devils Food Yel. & White
Mr and Mrs. J. D. Doyle \IM- \V S. Slade and children. Sam :try" .
Mr Doyle mother Mrs. Annie Sandra of Bule}'. Ga. : 'e' 't -
ted and 79
\if. 59* oz
L> Doyle In Green Cove Springs Barbara Naegel of Jacksonville rCloudwhite/, Regularly CAKE MIXES 33C
at Kingsley : I
on Mother's Day. !spent the weekend
in Roberts- Lake as the guest of Diana Smith.
Mrs I. E. Clark was
Huttu had j heavenly light cake, made from
dale Ala. iron Tuesday to Saturday Mr and Mrs. L. S. "
famous 13-Egg Recipe. And a real family-size
and Mrs.
of last week where she attended as weekend guests. Mr NO. 2
In Merchandise buy at this low price!
of Jacksonville Quality
the funeral of her brother T F. Hutto and family \
in-law p:. M. White. and Mr. and Mrs. Charley'arker for

Mr. and. .Mrs. RobbU Shaller of Daytona Beach. AT KOCH'S STRING BEANS 2 29C
spent the ....ef'kl'nd1th Mr. and MHs Margaret Rose Duncan will

Mra. Charles Shepherd and family I appear in the piano recital given
in Tampa. [by the pupils of W J. Crosland \ SUPER SPECIALS
June and Kenneth Claik of at the Friday Night Musicale in Ion Lg. Sweet
Jacksonville spent the weekend :Jacksonville this evening. Friday' I Strawberry Pie

with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. }Ir. and Mis. R. S. Bore and PEAS for
I E. Clark. laughter Iris Lynn spent Sunday 'I'' $1.00 Stationery, 2 for $1.01 i o"IIi'S'(;M 25CAnn
with her mother. Mrs G. H Ben- .
Mr and Mrs. Ernest \\. Leach } .
nett. Sunday afternoon they all' ".: .. '!
moved back to Starke I, "t "
recently .
Bennett who i 1.4 a .
visited Stanley
from Orlando where Mr. Leach 500 $1.29 : "'< ".. PageSYRUP
has been employed at the Pine I, patient .in the Lake City veterans (Ij Aspirin ;\< J \ ; Special 4ftc
ho."pltal.I Value
f 24
castle Air Bas j / Z.
W. Darnell I (ia..oliaal' and Klrrtric: Paean c / l. .* 39C
Mr and Mrs. << .
and family spent f Sunday in Jacksonville Io\\l'r. at :Si+truiik'". i 1 1Cal. Insecticide89c y ,'"

with Mr. and Mrs. G. HDarnell. Among those from out of town ,II ___' Big ruddy berries, with the tang

attending the funeral of G M of springtime goodness, nestled Ann Page

Miss Johnnie Bennett of Mars Sistrunk heft Sunday' afternoon I Insecticide 25c I into golden-light crust baked to
anna spent the wt"t'k'ndith Mr !mere Mr and Mrs Merrill C Qt. flavoihoi f ) 21b
;< Kutch and children Charles and STRAWBERRY jar
and Mr* Cecil I 63C
student at Bar- I I Martha, of Tallahassee; H Can.1 .. .
Smith a -
Diana Gioff, Mrs. Grace Daniels : I ._: ,--' ;
= ---- -
tram weekend Svhool in with Jacksonville her mother sjxenttho Bradenton; Mr and Mrs Fred C 1 Pt. Insecticide 15c -

Mrs, Ralph Dixon and Mr. Dixon !lEcherd and children. Steve and) I LIBBYS FANCY CORNED BEEF I
fit Kingsley Lake. Diana was; I Ann. R. S. McCormack, and Mrsr. GREEN GIANT NIBLETS
.. Informal I Epsom
ho tess at an supper par -
,Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs Mark 39cI
ty at the hone of her mother I Golden Whole KernelCORN
Hall Trenton and Mr and Mrs j.
Saturday evening. : I

Miss Mrs.. Miss Marian H B Jeanette McLcndon Davis McLcndon.of and Oilandc daughter andI1 I I I!!on Chas Masonic raterm Brooking and* Family at Gainesville:Sanders< UiMt-\\atchj.. Buy' .I II $$1.18 Value Kolynos Paste 69c I HASH16OZ

Phou 316.I I
the Mother's Day weekend| i Shop.
with Mrs. McLendon's parents..1 j Mr and Mrs. Nate IHal and 86c Value Colgate Paste 59c I
Mr and Mrs. C. S. Matthews.Dr sons. Tommy and David spent -
and Mrs. W. E. Middletor i Sunday at the Stephen Foster
Middleton joined I .Memorial at White Springs where /
and Miss Madge
Mr and Mrs. E. L Middleton 01Jacksonville Mthey,r : attended the Florida Folk $6.95 Reducing Wafer 'C 12 Oz. 17C
at Marlneland Sunday I I Festival in the afternoonBenson CAN
I. nUlbeeisited Mr and .

.afternoon.... ..... .......J. i''Mrs. T. L Casey Friday while en- With Plan -Only $$2.95 L'
from Jacksonville :
PART TIMESALESMAN I1 I I route. to Alachua i I Saltines 1 Ib box 27c

\ I
I Dr and Mrs Mark Adams and Bordens Starlac
family of Perry spent Mother's. \ 88c Palmolive Shave CLEANSBLEACHES -- DISINFECTS 39c
and Adams'rother
Dr. Duz
t Man or woman with car Day visiting Soap Powder 1 Ige 27c
time for :0 contacts' per month Mrs Came Adams. .
hhoukl make $tOO eaM-h monthfor I Mrs. Y. A. Harris and Betty Lu Cream Only 53c DEODORIZESCLOROX New Blue Cheer
the lge 2Bc
time. Harris of Gainesville spent I II
pave Ii I
w.'kenJilh Mr and Mrs i
Writ McGriff Sr. and )Ir. and Mrs Dreft For Dishes Ige 2&

SALES MANAGER Lex Green and family The M.- $$1.00 Veto Cream 1-2 price 50c I
P. O. Box ***. LaM nJ.. KU Grits returned to Gainesville: Lava Hand Soap, regIvory lOc

For DevinemyTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTI with the Harru for a visit on I

r Sunday I 89c Helen Curtis Egg I Large Bars Bath Soap 2 for 25c


I Give Your Television Set The Shampoo Deal 59c Personal Size Ivory, 4 for 21c

i m Pint Bottle AC Quart Bottle Ivory Soap Flakes, 1 lge 27"
Skill It Needs 17Cj
Proper Technical Planters I Bath llarsCamay
:s $$14.95 Lamp $5.95 Toilet
* **3 Soap, 2 for 23r
.":. ttjS We Give You An Estimate Before We Repair Your Set j %Gallon Jug Gallon Jug Bath BarsSweetheart

ems, TV SERVICE CALLS $2.50 $14.95 Chinese Lamp Soap 2
A1Cit for 23c
........ i 29C

r* : Reduced $3.95 Air-Wick Air Purifier 59c

{ Radio AndTelevision -
S-i U j*3.[ CAVALIER I I E Service utale.... u n a i iitAtui.T.iiiti' tiif 'I.I Cnie; N' S"an. 16 oz pka 25..

. PHONE 153 Koch Drug StorePhone I I i ) food JjtoresMI Tuna Fish. Hams 2fi.. ,

\OTICE-We have moved to Call St.. in rear of Williams Prices in this uJ effective throu-h

Jewelry Co, 2 doors from Koch Drug Store. 53 Starke, Fla. -,I tint AIUNTIC i num iu ce> **f Saturday, May 16.





'. with 25 percent DDT rRtn'tn'' is, 191JT
I emulsIon.She on them even day They are having .
kept up an every 43 hour Russell OFFICilLOTici: OK !i ILK. .
E.ryr.rt2 a wonderful tme eating our swan d : r.; 11-: j 'Ht> I ,"- : ,' .;: : .'
E schedule but one time she slippedand berries, and they are getting Yen Plays Belle Starr '.war R.taa, n..... v.1' .t.' .*' *: -< : ; *, '.. .* :It po
that ( My f .. ; -r.In&: afar '.-It :h.sl.. 1. .
time it went to 72: hours.It i bold. l "- KUrlJ.5aed > .f '!b t.. h 1 .f I .. ._ .
But come the r>""-1- t t>? e t'' will be interesting to see what I I hunting sea- In Park FeatureThe the '! l1j a...: t.. 'r.e.trd! T' t .. "'.J.lt\ rile. ;,. n.arkeil I.1
i prp"
DIARYE| son, we're going to get some of II ity C'Uri.i f the O.tr. of he 1-onds 'f, 'h# .- \farce!' of fr ;'..*..r K"%ftue IVnd<
control we of the I Starke. Florida at its rrgulir ::9 t fmar r the
earworm.One place co-t mall be > .
them and then well r add.h'ns. aromptn i d by *
i make up for romance of the Old Vestcomes of mret.nq at Ih.> "'it> Ha!. I : ,. *. repiaetneatt Improve.s .or !hunk ashlar's ,
thing we noticed Is that the [ I Starke. .n and heck for }
By Sam McCarrey the berries. :' adforii CV'inty. Flnr.da. tensions t-> the sewerage |>a\4bir .
corn u a lot better'this to the screen in 'MontanaBelle" unt:1 8 o'clock PM Eastern system of the City of un"ndtll.nsll: r I.>
tI year be- Standard Stark I j der of tt:1., of Starke. ron '
The author will be glad U trrrhe cause we it ii i I starring Jane Russell in Tirr.r. on Tuesday the Itth day Bidders are requested II) name 11.1 I which: no mtere. will t r ,
gave soda. of Jan
some !i What A r U 5J interest rt' or
with at which time rates ..
wanner weather i and not t<> : Award .
Itenu of Intemt coacvrn- the title role and place! all bids four ,' exceed 'r rejection of I- '! '
S e costaringtGeorge : wll h* publicly pr *nl (4'v 1 per b
open-1 atnum in "Ii the date above '
'Inc the actlr1ti of farnwrm la > !lOur here, the hens have just about de- Brent at the Park Theatre ed and read fur $10.000 00 Srwer multiple of 1 'r 1 1\1 of t-%. Each rerr.pt of the bid and the tat-.h, _
potato vines are dead or i ( Revenue Bond dated Mar 1. ItS! : bidder may ram nt t more flan'lnrce the ..
Bradford County. SajgMtlon | tided that ; and j u .c? "aerul bidden win! !
maybe i there U not much ithis Saturday Sunday. and maturing serially ill numerical rates of interest and
i dyir.g and must tuned imr-iedutely.I The _
should rf
kit at the Ttlrfrmph office or we have them I Brent I order in tte years and specify in hi* bd: the, the ,
amounts .
is amount
use laying eggs, so they have be- as a prosperous follow as maturities of and -I" ""fill bidder Will b: .
the I
malb' l to Sam MrGarvty, L* out of the : I| bond of e., h rate UI1II-h..1 l .* >r-urttv of
tey ground but the house the
priceIs gambling
and all
in ( bonds
gun to slacken off. It makes us r owner the Oklahoma I leer *....< I maturing "n Mm i f.'; "'5ii' .f his bid. but

so low this year that we plan 'shudder to think of them quitting I Territory while Miss Russell I 1J5I Ins !s.!....... ''. dates. mu.-t:No hate bid of interest less than at the par sam sad e ,;; JIIh.i ev.n i fa hat.' the rucceisfulcomply I. ": .

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa.AfUr --. i to leave them in the soil as long | for a' long time and all the is cast as Belle Starr, a 1J5 S.OM i,i accrued of the h..nds interest ,->r for less than all of his tOld check with may tNthe t ,.

a full week !in bed with plants, and with each day now it I as we can. and then dig them I,I feed we have to buy until they I Western girl who subsequently became 1S5S 1JS7 4.WO.000 tamed The. bot'ii offere,1* poi will! I 1-e be"i"c-ter-arIl ,and"h..1 I f ,-.ind full the i:.proieed,,"tah..1 l ,re!Li:', .

I and store them in a shed.Ve,start up again And then a frontier banditress of USJ ..0011 A> the r'! !';.t''r: 'ffr.n\\g/ I i ?
some The ,,
will be harder to We r ;1-1 t. .,
pick. j'U' i rrlr
infected foot Sam got and I I DO "hf !t. I 1. a"
an up planted 4 bags of Pontiac seed people say: "We can buy considerable renown. As a resultof mi 4.00A .,.: ,,: . ,'" t' r ,; u.-_' :'. .1. _. \. .1
Ito rake the mulch off three beds I eggs s.ooo .. :\ h : : ;
around, but itill very weak from a shooting m : d. ,j !..,! t I./
"land !potAtoes and put out 400 Ibs. of :cheapr than yours. (shipped) affray Belle is s.OOAu g Ih. t L. .L riorldaFree :
try to make some runner j | about i S.OOt '" il I : : \ .., : .!, h ,
the effects of the "sulpha". It plants for next season. J" fertilizer, and so far we have I to be lynched when a cou- Pnominatli tl.OOAOO( par, rat! tr., ,.,,0;' '. \ :

sure knock. infection for a loop, i dug about 10 hampers of fine I We are steady readers of George j I pie of the outlaw Dalton boys res- and ftmi-anaual interest < May ant i :; 1 : ,
I Huggin's i cue her. No\embtr first) hall be pant"l.t
but it also takes all the zip out Daisy's yearling Petal has been potatoes. "Farm and the office of the City Trea urr! r.t' !-
Ranch." It contains Andy Desire is seen in the of Stark State of Florida\ ,
lots of valuable ;;[. sup- ;>asolely \.I! I.:
giving us a lot of trouble by nurs .. ,
I .
of Sam. Alice kept things movingin porting castGable from the nt rare :., d.riled .
If information
ing cow on the place. She nothing goes wrong we for us and one : from the operation .'f '- rt
fine and when things every
should have some watermelonsthis !thing we know is that it is the 'I I isting light. wat..r".l1rl.1,1 -n"j ,
were going along so well without was nursing Joy then she switched : 'latest fystems operated aa jm1':;! _'.
year. We planted only about data available.! And j The bonds of th'i. .
to Comfort, and when Tierney ied i-* .r Tank
him, Sam had Uir.e! .
: .
,70 hills and put 2 11>5. of fertilljzer one (1) to Setenre.r.Inclusive. i1" : '.
what he did to earn his daily her mammy freshened she started I Are Co-starred maturing in the \ a...-
i to the hill. We thinned themi 1 Now that our freezer .
bread to steal the milk from her. We I II is empty 1554 and IS58. both ;In. ;ln- x.5tated .1' ,
i i out to two plants to the' hill and again, we have to go through the' In Florida Film redeemable prior I.. th..r '- \ .
took the calf weaner oft Happyand I dates of malllr:!) 11. ,f N ,
weeded them. process of loading it this issue .
again.We'll numbered fro K> "
until it Petal and ho | I r. c :
Busy from morning night put on we ., .
Pet| :,; butcher Clark (IS) to Forty (40i !, th>i : ,_ .
Happy i Gabe! "
with berries. We're that I around December -j and Gene Tierney ![ .. ,.
these days we can wean her now for I I'I 'i I maturfnK in the > .ar4.! :
/ There's always something going and that should us'' are co-starred in !''both I .
l give "Never Let Me 1lriusltr arm rfil! "> it. < j'; %WITH
than and for all. : PURCHASE
getting iw>re production we once !i .. OF
wrong on our place, and this time H;:all the beef we want, and then Go", new adventure film showing i' to their reaprrtUe dI.'f ,' ..r'I I
ever had before and we ate baring lit'I j jwe'll 1 at the option ..t thr .'.t% ", "h ;,.
was our deep freezer. It needed raise out a barrow i at the Florida i _
for fresh' Theatre this Sun or in part In ai\er-e t II" > r .i
Little Blossom
a time trying to keep Daisy's baby
quite fixing so we had the pork, hams | der If leas than all. i-n rte\ I :
II repairman1core and bacon, and of day and Monday. .
the plants clean. Many of the heifer calf has been rather thin or on any intrrt i>.txr'< i.' ,I ti ANY NEW GAS RANGE
plants are producing 10 12 or HI i because of Petal stealing the I : out and woik on it. but I' course we'll put in some nice fat I Gable plays the part of an thereof at the prmiji.il: .t'. '
first thing we knew it failed hens. That together American thereof plus accrued !>: i.i.tdate I I
berries and it does not take long milk, but she is now showing i:I with lots of newspaper correspondent of redemption a.ui .i pr I
completely and all our food spoil- I vegetables and berries, will giveus while Miss Tierney is seen in of TWE'nl.flT'.lIar- f.:, "" > :
to fill a basket. Hut the hot sun signs of improving. She is the J, .
IS catching up with some of the daintiest calf we ever had. All l i; ed. The company we bought it plenty to eat. But there is a the role of a Russian ballet dancer t'a..h in ISj bond?. which<> callid pl..nlumh.l f>!t n.l-r l:'! ,\I''.1.!

from were very reasonable |lot of work connected with whom he ,Iby Fl\e Dollars (550ni{ ) h I
and with it. i has fallen in in re \ r
needs to make the
plants they are she
turning now picture I
though and in a short time after !I I love in Moscow thereafter that the l h"'I! > -"i.,,! i icallable I" Slade Gas
I in 19(5.The Co.
brown and The berries ) .
dying. are cor.plete is a bow of pinkribbon I at a prrmium .r THollars \\ \
we made a claim we had a check : Leo. our watchdog I is (fZOOOi l'' ,
good right now and very sweet, I around her neck.Comfort's enjoyed an plot full of intrigue and I in : & and l) \\1. !r'j

although they do not hold up I covering the value. of. the contents. routing| the other day. We took him I teaches a thrilling climax when I premium The bonds in 19t3 hair t.>-.-n 1.; u .11 !Invalidated I

,Ito Lawtey to get anti-rabies their car plunges over a 30-foot by the Cir. nit: '".." 1 1I
now The is full of rough, and '
lung patch tough : "
I Bradford Oount .
One of the best J serum As Sam > F'I.d": and iii. .11'| (PHOXE; 121
things we haveIto drove "Petse I cliff while the lovers ST.
up \KhE.
grass: and weeds and runner bull calf Slugger is the ( > I are making proxint opinion of CiNj I'.tttt FI \.
nasty .
j eat these days is vine ripened MacSwain said: "Well here's the I' their escape from pursuing RussIan Son Esquire and Pattri'i Kiter .i

mrrm..r.mmm.rrWHERE fastest growing animal we've tonutot's. Alice wintered 1 I record. Here's the Klthardson'at.n.. Ja. k.om ,:i-! .
some ugliest soldiers.
one so Florida, will t be f-irni-hxt. wi-li., ,.' r il
TRAINING AND ever seen. But the other day when over and so we are having them I afar today." Then Lonnie Futch For her role :Miss Tierney spent art to th' Pllr'h."t, the /I'l'iul- i :W11111U/1//11L11/////1/1L1111111E/11L1L////1//,

EXPERIENCE COUNT he got caught in a piece of wire earlier than our main crop. But said: "Who do you mean, the I four months in ballet training in Thrr' mil also I"( fu: :. -.ri.il 'h. .I .,

that he couldn't shake off he when we let the hens out late dog or the man'" Well if Sam I order to be able to dance the leads ,

If you need a tnus or surgical put on a regular rodeo all of his in the afternoon they get in at or Leo haveto be ugly, they may I in "The Swan Lake" and "Scherazade" MONUMENTS ',

support, you cannot afford to own. But bawling for Momma all ', the tomatoes. There is one hen I as well hold the record! ballets which form a high :I : t

take a chaoc with ytur health, the while, and all the cows came I'!which insists on setting there, and f spot in the picture. I LOWEST PRICES I 1 '

by being Improperly fitted. running front every direction. Awhile I; she just sets and picks away at YYYVYYYYYYYVVYYyy nI I Ij II :' ...J rJG
the nearest tomato. '! FINEST QUALITYI
Here at ('ano\'. PrrcripUx ago we could have sold a I j

OrnbT, we hue trained th- calf like him for a good price, I I What e I II :I: NEW% RIVER j i I ;5/1 No Extra ChargeFor l I fl

nlrlaitv both male and female but now we'd have to "give him a big difference it makes ;I, Setting In Or Near I II fie
i if things are picked fresh! Alice :
to serve )0U.IkmHnbtr away"e j(I j Ma vine .\ndrf"\\j

jour health and e gathered some green beans from I i STARKEJi I Isr / \

comfort depend on expert Well, we planted some more her second planting and cooked AAAAAA>AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/ '! edea WIlla" I

sweet corn (May Sth) and al- 'them for dinner. She cooked them I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tomlinson !!

though this was our fourth planting whole and they were so tender i entertained a few young friends '[ HOPPERHOPPER- o I

fitting.CANOVA of the season all we have to that they broke in half when han of their son Frankie I ( a F

show for it so far is two rows. We died : afternoon. May 2. at 'Saturda// UMUINIZII ,HOPPER I IfACUI

PRESCRIPTION CENTEI don't know It it is too late or The occasion was Frankie's third CiEIMof Write For Free Folder

PHONE 4202 not but we went ahead and planted Enjoyed a visit by Mr. and Mrs. [ buthday anniversary During theI I i
anyhow. Thede (she is Doctor Brown's I!: .I"/ti row /.J Ilin ATLANTIC MEMORIALS.
(Near Hospital) I afternoon games were played and 1
daughter) and especially liked' ESTABLISHED 1930 .
prizes were awarded. Refresh I
Gainesville, Fla. hearing aboutthe earlier
Alice has been faithfully spray- historyof
ments were served by his mother I 715 FOREST ST.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA\ ing the two rows of corn we have ,,I the County. We'd like to know after the games. I Koch Drug Store j JACKSONVILLE, FIOIIOA
the history of this section all the
Eustace Lee Kelly Jr. and his I Starke Fla.
way back to the tine when the i ii
I WHEN aunt Miss Rose McGinn of West
Indians roamed around. I I j -
IT'S YOUR MQVEI i; I Florida spent the wet'kendith SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY SAUlt

I his parents Miss McGinn remained @
It's funny the way a litter odigt !
1 and is !
4 -
: lages.1
CALL i Miss Mary I.. Andrews and Miss ;
; At flr.. th. *- I EVERY
... y are cute as tau Andy \Vebb of Jacksonville spent I i

LOCAL 'sand they squeak and try to hide i*I the weekend with Mr. and frs.1{ I PAY DAY. REAP

OK LONT.DISTANCE; ; 311 or 2SO-J J I'i; when get you bigger bring the and feed.learn Thenithey that!I Chester Mrs. Irma Andrews.Mooreland and Mrs. I WITH CHLOROPHYLL j THE BENEFITS.

FOR SAFE, DEPENDABLE, you me something to eat, so'they '! \
Dorothy Moody were visiting
... .
ECONOMICAL SERVICE rush to welcome you and get J Laura Andrews Saturdatlight I 8 i: & B :.___. __ WHILE :
under foot. But later when they / A
at the R R. Andrews home. ( -

"SON start to put some size on. and i I<. New River Baptist church has ]I --' ... .. SUPPLY ... M .. FLORIDA BANK at STARKElilamosr

R. B. ALVAREZ AND you they try trip to >carry ou. knock buckets over of feed the, I been repaired and a new addition -t l ,, LASTS : NM la

added. We are planning on a
VALUE Ilalfonat
Vy :
pails, or try to gnaw on your homecoming soon. The date will jrour>

Agents For Delcher Bros. 1 ankles. Higgie's six red pigs ar elbe'i announced later. KOCH DRUG STORE : CMaI'

Ferryman lUdff. S. Court St. Starke, Fla. the in-between
in ,
stage now so

I Alice loads up the wheelbarrow gathering peas, beans, squash and ._ ..
I ...... -
._ -"
? (she calls it the "chuck wagon"i ) i corn The ladies are busy canning -

i and the pigs are too small to ge hand:, putting in deep freeze. No

in it When they get biggers
yet. ''
tsoEasy 'excuse, prices are cheap.

e'll have to. use. other. strategy j Mrs. Seeber Doyle Andrews of doubt about it.

: Jacksonville spent Saturday evening .
To Bank By MailOur I We make progress little by with Mr and Mrs. Chester

little. This year for the first time I
Andrews and spent Sunday withi
comenient Bank-B Tail Plan brings I we have managed to raise ou I
i her parents Mr. and Mrs Fred .
bank as dose as nearest mail. first pepper to amount to any-l I
your your Moore of Lawte)'. trucks
thing We raised our own plants Chevrolet
box. Mail us lour deposits we send your I j Mr. and Mrs. Russel Green had
and gave them lots of fertilizer. 'I
receipt. It's truly safe, timesaving and 'as their guests Sunday relatives

simple. Many of our depositors use this I and friends of New York and
Cut under most of the fine
plan. We invite you to try It, too. :R'v. and Mrs. Truby Parrish and
growing and weeds in the
grass '
kitchen garden, then bedded up I son. Clifford of Santa Fe. I best !
I I Mrs. Roy Schnauss of Jacksonville must be the buy
KEYSTONE and put in fertilizer. But now it
STATE BANK is almost too dry to plant, sowe're I [ was recently visiting the j
ho're of ?Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wig II
waiting on a good soaking1
"TVtr Friendly Bank"Keystone rain. I I gins.
I We will soon have the pleasure
0 S S t
of telephones in New River.
I Ervin Andrews of the U. of F.
\ "
want rain in the kitchen garden, .
spent the weekend at home. He "..... >>
some on the berry patch and some J ,.. :no! .,,,..Its
J the had as his guest for Sunday din- r ,..- n: .. $1L
on new corn we just planted
ner Gene Andrews of Jacksonville I'
but none at all on the potatoes
Seeber Doyle Andrews writes he '
which will rot quickly if we geta -.& &
':i1iPJtAl? lot of rain. Of course the answer is getting along nicely He is in I

Okinaw.- His address: Pvt See- 1 t *.' *rm x i >
is simple. We'll get weather :
ber Doyle Andrews U S :215284! :! < -
whether we like it or not
wwllIJI1W- ,.. 1 0 SAnd 93 H V. Y Motor Co. 29th Inf. "x\ .-'

: Regt A P. 0 331 (',0 P. M San ,
now the sun is getting '
i Francisco Califi **> < &
higher all the time and the '
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an pie of folks around here by Your Homes

getting work done early in the I
_- morning, and then later on in '
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'' t! The flies on the cows are fierce

BENDIX j these days, so we spray them as Today AJi ""
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often as necessary. Old Joy seems "M
., ,,
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I w to enjoy being sprayed for she II I i I Could you bu'our. homer SfI R('.

ECONOMATAGITATOR ; stands still and just closes hr today at the same price you
when her head is I A public unrlce programle
eyes sprayedThe
AUTOMATIC WASHER : ; paid for it? Of course, : I promote laftr driving.They .
; younger cows are harder to you can't Neither can

CM* $70.00 Ui than well :: dtOr they dislike the hissing I your Fire Insurance of Yesterday the 12th straight production yeartruck are discovering things -
: sound of the or some-.1 This year-far
a".atlc wathtrt MCOII" .f cover the present like the tremendous newpower ,
; B..dU" pottntid ftatvrlt i thing. value Chevrolet trucks advanced Load-
e 2 I ONLY I i 11 of your home. You users are buying more in.

stand to lose hea'ihif master engines in heavy-duty I ,
i be unless
4 couldn't true
1 other make.That
SIdti -'-: $!1 1lq I Alice planted some Kentuck ,: your property coverage is \than any models the remarkable

*3RS A,7SjUTC; lrisslf 1 0.00 Wonder bush beans, and then i, light. Don't put off asking hevrolet trucks offered more of what you want. gasoline economy the extra ruggedness and
I lanted another row of beansWe construction.
... :.: I us for details on how to strength of heavier, more rigid frame : ;
Iiam have not yet got any K. W Already 1953' official sales figures tell a remarkable
I pole beans in. I get full protection today. and decisive preference for ChevAnd, in addition to all these advantages, the Chevroletstory
.. : LIBERAL ALLOWANCES COME IN NOW! of less than other trucks of comparable
EASY TERMS CS. i rolet trucks. But, this is not surprising, for truck userseerywhere line lists for any

* : IINOU MOMI AmiAfcCli D... A\'CO Ms... iat Can Well, what with the weather I are discovering how far ahead of all size and capacity So, before you buy any truck, stop

-. and. being laid up and one excuse H.C. WALLAGENCY 1 I I others Chevrolet trucks really are. .. in and see us.

or another we have field I
no i

! WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE corn planted yet. But Sam is determined ; I

to plant it anyhow a sl! I CO.
- late as it Is. but he had better Phone 146 TORODE

'- 222-221 Temple Ave. U. S. 301 Starke, Fla.' hurry up or the frost will get i it \I
200 E. Call Street
We have a lot of quail around

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Presbyterian PastorTo i Baptist Church"Jesus' was discharged from service last I I 1 Mr and Mrs. B. Y. Saxon, and y yyyyyy i

Be Installed Monday and is spending some time :Mr and Mrs. George S1.on'iSI- yyyyyyyyyyyyy Friday night. He is in the.tt.-
Last Message" will l be with his mother before enuxs Hospital at Lake City and
taking a ted Mr and :Mrs. Guy Cteadle:
the this s.itort'acal1on LONG BRIDGE !his condition is considered
Sunday EveningSunday sermon Sunday morning in theorthern ;near Starke Sunday senous

CHURCHES : at the First Baptist Church, States. He then expects to re- Mrs J H. Parker is spendir.g a The W. C. Stalnafcers visited

I evening at 8 o'clockhe Starke and will be the final in turn to the home of his irother\ two weeks vacation from: her Bj Mrs. Saber MoodyLlLALAAAALLAAAAALAALALAA their parents in Ft. White last

- \ Rev Willllam! S. McAliley the tires "Messages from the and again take up his educationat !!duties at the Farm Colony. This Sunday.Mr .

will be duly installed as' pastor Risen Christ". The Carol Choir the U. of F. in Gainesville. :week' Mrs Parker. aided by her and Mrs Harold Shl'trJand

of the First Presbyterian Church i I will sing the offeratory hymn and i Miss Joan Sweeney of Gainesville Albert Our pastor Rev Fred Dodd, children of G. nts'iUei'l'
Special Services At Methodist Sunday son Morris, are attending
:InstallAtion services will be con the Church Choir the morning, spent Mother's Day with her brought a wonderful Mother's ted Mrs. W. E Moody last week
the ,
store while Mr. ParkerIs
II'' For Armed Forces And Soil Conservation I I.ducted by a commission of Su- ( Anthem. Mrs. L. A. Canova will 1;'mother Mrs. May Sweeney. visiting his children in Mich Day message last Sunday morning end.Glad

:;wannee Presbytery consisting of direct the choirs and be at the Mrs. W. H. Maxwell spent two We were glad to have at to see Mr and Mrs W N
1 The First Methodist Church nervation District. Bill Haas, Soil 'Ins : igan. On Sunday Mrs. Parker and church Mrs. Jessie! John of
three ministers and one elder. days, recently with her daughter Chastain of ALvhUAismng In this
cT SUrke extend a cordial welcome /Conservationist and G. T. Hug- I i son called on her nephew., Geral Hampton And M \ro..<. section list
.i' .. .t weekend t
Presiding over tae commission Sunday evening at S the Happy !'Mrs. A. S[. Burris and family o f ---- -- "'OU'
to all service men and their gins, County Agricultural Agent I will be Rev. J. W. Conyers of Hour will feature the piano-. I Jacksonville. i who recently returneo revrs of SUrke. Mr. and Mrs i I r I J
families and members of the will make !from a two-year cruise and is Joe Luenb: 1t
statements concerningthe ,
} and t
Gainesville, executive secretary organ-duo and the singing of re J. E. Adkins, Miss Louise Ad- Pete
stationed at Green Cove
American Legion and the Legion Soil Conservation program. Springsfor Sapp of Palates FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S f
I the presbytery. Rev. T. M. Dewsof quested hymns and gospel choruses kins and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. .
Auxiliary, at the special Armed Special music for this service McIntosh, pastor of the First' by the congregation The Chapel 'Prevatt attended the funeral of a year.Mr :i Let's all try to go to the Young
sen-Ice to be held will be furnished the Method.1 and Mrs John Hammond 0: People's
FOrtes by
Day '' Meeting
I Larger Parish of Suwannee Pres- Choir of youth will bring the Judge Adkins at Starke every Saturday I
Sunday morning May 17. at 11 lit Youth Choir, directed by Mrs.T. Ibytery will charge the pastor, special music, and the Pastor Mr and Mrs. Woodrow Hick : Crystal Lake called on theft night at Long Bridge Christian JUST ONE
o'clock. The Garden Club is providing G. Mitchell with Mrs. Lloyd and Elder J. Lee Smith of the of parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm Ham Church. FRIGIDAIREMade r
1ir- Brunswick.
will from Ga
bring a
message were in
town ,
,, mon-] Saturday
flowers from the Peace Green aa organist. evening We are sorry to
Presbyterian Church of that
First report
I acles of the Old Testment". Saturday. only by General
:Memorial Garden for this apedal | A special invitation is extended -. Gainesville, will charge the con Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May entertained John Snowden Is still in Doctors Motors Corp. All

service conducted by the Rev: I to farmers of the county who j jI gregation. The sermon for the evening fidweek service is held etch H. Priester and daughter Sibylof the Training Union of the Clinic and shows very little im Electric other

Thomas G. Mitchell. Mr. Mitchell will be given recognition at the! service will be Wednesday 7:30 with Bible Stud? Palatka called on his sister Christian Church Thursday night. provement.Mr Refrigerators arc
preached by
will preach on the Armed Forces I service by the pastor and prayer and Mrs. Gerald Adkins, Saturday. The final P. T. A. meeting for and Mrs. Veined made by other companies
Rev. C. C. Benz minister of the Moody and
Day subject, "Power for Peace". I| At the Mother's Day service Lakewood Presbyterian Church. testimony time for all. Billy Saxon returned last week this term was held Tuesday nightof baby daughter of Lakeland visited cannot use the word

Sunday evening Mr. Mitchell 'last Sunday Mrs. E. Matthews Special music will be provided by Sunday School meets at 9:15:: from a few days visit with Mr. last week. After u brief business -,,. Fronnie Moody over the weekend J.'ri idairt'.

will preach at 8 p. m. on the sub|!was honored as the oldest mother the senior choir. Sunday, P. T. Nolan superintendent and Mrs Billy Dease of Tampa.Mrs. meeting, elections of officers .

ject. "The Earth is the Lord's" present and was presented a love I ; and Training Unions jathtrat ; J. W. Horne spent Sunday for next term was held. Glad that Leslie Sapp is and ,H'aA' GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
B. C. Holtzendorf Sr., who was up
in keeping with the theme for :ly bouquet of flowers. Flowers 6:45: with Lavern Out'aw. di- night with Mr. and Mrs. Bill The following were elected: around again after an
I elected recently as a deacon, will West operation ? ?
Soil Conservation Sunday. Speciaf I i were also presented by the pastor rector.A 1! Jacksonville and spent President Mrs. Wm. W. Hammond In Alachua Genera) Hospital. i
I be ordained and installed. j
guests at the evening service will. to Mrs Robert Turner the : friendly welcome awaits all Monday shopping there. ; Vice Pres Mrs. Hazel Albert and Eunice Moody wentto TilES SEE
be members of the Bradford Coun i'''youngest mother present and This is the second pastorate' who worship occasionally ar regularly Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne entertained ,i,Thomas; Sect and Trees, Mrs. the livestock market in Gainesville
ty Board of Commissioners and to Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Struth.as ,held by the incoming pastor of at the First Baptist church at dinner on Mother's j I j I Percy Sullivan. Refreshments Tuesday. E. H. SMITHTenth '
the church. He was pastor of the ]
also members of the Board ( the family with the largest of Starke. Rev Lewis D. Haines.; Day Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Barkes- :were served in the school cafeteria Mrs Minnie Granger and Mia

Supervisors, Bradford Soil Con number of members present. Robinson Memorial Presbyterian Pastor. dale and Mr. and Mrs. Robert by Mrs Leo Savage. Mrs Ida Merritt visited Mrs. Granger's

I Church Alexander City. Ala., Barkesdale and children and nn_ _Mrs___ Flo\ Sullivan and Mrs Pen'y nephew, Leonard and Tempi Are.
Sapp. of Rai-
St. Edward's ChurchSunday St. Mark's Episcopal and the other churches grouped 'Presbyterian Church i Lulu Mott of Starke. S ull1 v an. ford Monday Leonard was shut Starke, Fta.
I with it from Oct. I, 1949 to Feb. i! Mr. and Mrs. M L. Watterson" .
!tn, Raymond E. MacBlaln J, 1953. native of
He Is a Chester
M>M st 9:15: a. m. j II 1 Fri., | and daughter, Mrs Donald McMahon
Schedule of Services S. and he and his May 15--7 p. m.-The men
C. familymoved
Weekday Mass ?:30 a m.Children's I and son Donnie. and their
of the Church will
Class Saturday 11 i SUNDAYS to Starke Feb. 3 of this have a supper 1! guests. Mr. and Mrs Thornberg
in the .
a m. 9:45: a.m., Church' School. 11 year. I I Sunday School building!'and Arthur Watterson of S C -
I Prayer & Sermon The is invited to these with Rev. Wilbur Scott of Gainesville !
Keystone Helgtitt j tun. Morning ; public I; spent Wednesday with Mr and '
6:30 Young People's Service services, and each member is as guest speaker. Each man
(Women's Club) : p.m. urg- (I Mrs. Archie Eiland of Hon.osa.s: : SPEC IlL
11t. League. ed to be who is able to be present is 1 -
Sunday Mass 8 a. present. *a. and on Thursday Mr and -
HOLY COMMUNION urged to attend. j
Confesslona before all Masses. I Mrs. Watterson. Ir' and Mrs _
1st. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun.I At The TabernacleMother's Regular Sunday School services 1 iThornberg and Arthur! Wat'- ,
IIOI'K It\ITIST ('liriCCIITIIKKKSSA day: 7:30 a.m. will begin at 9:45: a. m. Attendance -
son spent the dayin Cedar Ke>
: riliDAY Day at the Tabernacle has been good for the past I Miss Widow; Ruth Hammon{ t /7LI

7:30; p.m. Litany & Meditation was observed with songs and mcs"ages few Sundays and members rr the pent; the weekend with Mi and
Sunday School 10 a. m.; Preach
r 8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal. fitted to the occasion. Sunday School are urged to be I Mrs H. W. Baker on CIVMH!
ing Service 11 a. m.: Training Honoring one godly Mother I present. Classes are provided for Lake.
I They ri her
Union 7 p. m.; Evening Service 1't. TkCIti'L11.: HOLINESS Mrs. Flora Belle! Stewart-who all ages. accompanu
: CHURCH I ,home on Sunday: afternoon am. !
8 has bet-n called Home since last
II Morning
t Sunday School 10 a.m. worship services begin::: were supper guests at the Hamjmond -
A church earnestly contendingfor .: Morning! Service 11 a.m. : Mother's Day, a green and golt I at 11 a. m. Rural Life Sandiy will 1i 1 i home.

the Faith which was once deliveird j Evening: Service 7:20 p.m. I basket of gladioli delphinium ana be observed, and the minister will Mrs. Evelyn Hicks of ,T
unto the Saints" Jude Prayer le't1ng1I'ednl'lIaa.- lilies, was sent by her husband preach on the theme. "What God's I vine spent Monday with hn! pn- / .

:3 A welcome awaits you night 1:45: p.m. Saturday nigh i J. F. Stewart, who is now in i iI' Creation Means to Us." special I ents. Mr- and Mrs G C Cox 471.111

Merle Packman, pastor 7:45 pm. I'' Kentucky, with the request that II j music along this theme will be .Mr. and Mrs. Wilson May tI -
it be used in the day's services i provided by the
senior choir. [ Gainesville Sund.n
I spent nn
.. .::>_. ......... -_, __ ....-,.. ... .:-. --,o! .,--.." land afterward be placed upon The Pioneer and Senior High ".h*_ Horace Slavs.t t1 GRIP-SAFE AND CUSHIOMAIRi;

her grave in Crosby cemetery. I i Youth Fellowships will meet a I I Mr. and Mrs. Wallace CV ilin>

i 17 p. m. The Junior Choir will also -:spent Sunday with Mr Collins FIRST LINE TIRES

i FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke i Christian Church meet at this time. Members ot ,|mother in Jacksonville

\ each group are urged to be pros'1 I Cpl. Bill Hayes and friend of

Sunday May 17-Bible School i ent. I I Miar.i. who were stationed at Up
" I" ((9:45: a. m. Morning Worship and At the evening service at 8 p. Camp' Blending for a few days ,
KKV.: LEWIS I n. RAISES Pastor 'Cnmr union, 11 o'clock the
sermon: m. pastor will be installed by called on Mrand Mrs C A

Jefferson and Court Streets- The Heart of Town The Wages of Sin". i la i commission of Suwannee Pres Cox one night last week

Phones Office 231: I Pastorluiti i 130 Christian Endeavor 7 p. m., : bytery. Rev. C. C. Benz. pastor Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen
., .. '''
" '" '" studying a film about SimonPeter 'of the Lakewood Church Jacksonville and Sirs M. B. Layfield visitedin %
Morning Service "Jesus' Last Message". '
Evening message, "The will preach and ReJ.. Tampa Sunday.
i' Evening: Service "An Old Testament Miracle". End", 8 p. m. | W. Conyers of Gainesville will 1 Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mclntosh "

I I I I I II I Choir practice Monday 8 p. m.' preside The public is invited teach entertained Sunday with a ,,1 s d .
o family ,
Sunday Sermons: II 1 1:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. 'Ladies I ALLOVIAN .i
Council Tuesday 8 p. in.. of Jhe above sen-ices. j dinner Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rham- CE
Sunday School 9:43 A.M. Training Union fi:15 P.M. I I FCR
Prayer service and Bible The ,
Study pastor will leave early -? Mrs. Ethel Tidwell, BettDurling \ y
:Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Wednesday 8 m. i Monday
... ,.... .. .... ..., p. morningfor Atlanta so Mrs. W. A. Saxon and OLD
----' -----' ------ TIRES
I that he can attend the Town and son Billy and Mr. and Mrs Crews ,
Church of Christ ,I County Pastors' Institute at Columbia and daughter o the State Farm
-Phone 2f f R-J on Sunday 30G on Weekdays I
.. Corner 10th and McMahou I I Seminaryduring the week. Mrs. Mcllroy and Mrs Fair-
-. '
I -JOlt' A'' .. Bible School-10 A. b}, I I j i Because of his absence, the prayer cloth of Trenton and :Mis. O. D. O2CM1& 4'1

Preaching A. M. and 7:31: I'!i service on \\'f'dnt'sd3will' not be Johnson of Flemington spent ATLAS

PM. I!i held. Choir practice will be held Tuesday with Mrs. Raleigh Bran- i

Hear Pastor Bob Cray: Speak On This Prayer Meeting and Bible Study at 8 p m. on Wednesday as usual. ner and Mrs W. B. Layfield.Mr ;
ach Wednesday 7:30: P, M. !]I,I and Mrs. C. A. Cox called

Subject Sunday Site at 8 P.M.1VILU"I. j I YTTYTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTHAMPTON on :Mrs. Alice Jones at Theressa'I I

'Jij Church of God Friday afternoon. VtWj'r

Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn; Dewitt Crawford of Crystal .NOD 4,
Worship 11 River was a Saturday
ing a.m. Evening night supper << -
b1 < 6.00x16
) Service 7:30 guest of his ot 6.70x15
: p.m. YPE Service brother Donnie _
I II I Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meet- by Mrs. Win. W. llamniondWlllIllll1till Hugh and wife and on Sunday s' $oasc$1 lut PLUS TAX AND PLUS TAX AND '

1y ''ing 7:30: p.m. Thursday.Lawley 1 Mrs Lonnie Crawford and sons. co'I'' OLD TIRE OLD TIRE

,.. ,
_. > .. .J D witt. Glen Zack and Anthony.were '7 r.-r- -
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- I Walden Wadsworth. son of guests of her son. Donnie AT THE TFOLLOWINd DIALERS NEAR YOII.II.

First Baptist Church, Hampton mg Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving ':' Mayor and Mrs G Wadsworth Hugh and family and all attended 1- T........ .I r r -
Saturday 7:30: p.m. :left Monday afternoon for Baltimore services at the Christian Church 1

10 a.m. Bible School I). E. Hill Superintendent II I II I Md. where he will again Mr. and Mrs Robert M. Sasser
j sES'F'Tllll.11'tlV.NT1sT board ship. Mr. Wadsworth and
is son Wayne of Green Cove, ,
7 B. T. U. Frank Williams Director !I CIU'RCII I I'I i radio operator
p.m. Springs called on their .
: parents.Mr.
Services each Sabbath in 01.1' Mr. and Mrs E. L. ( and Mrs. J. L. B. 'Red' Alvarez
Topsyt A. Sasser, Monday -: Service
W l'd S p.m."The Hour of Power! 'I Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sab-i Brown had as Mother's Day with their son Harry aV Station

. bath School 2 p.m. Preaching guests Sirs Ida Parish Miss Veda Jacksonville. I

!' -'arh second and fourth Sabbaths i Parish of Earleton, Charles Snow- : PHONE 9103 Next To Courthouse Starke, Fla.
"Join The Crowds Attending Our l'nicl'S"
13 p m Elder Mostert. pastor. den of Waldo. Mrs. Thompsonand

Bible Study each Thursday S p m son Billy of Gainesville Mrs. i .

Everyone welcome i,Louie Carr and Dex Elaine Bender j"

...' of Orange Heights, and Mrs. I i

... T Hampton.F Brown and son Frank of I Announcing superb new Dodge

Mr and Mrs. Cecil Moore of

REVIVALFirst Starke called on the Brown fami-

Mr and Mrs Archie Eiland ,4 :

.of Homasassa spent the weekend
with their parents. Mr. and Mrs .

Baptist Church ;1M.Mr.L. Watterson.and Mrs. G. P Wads- :""oo:2>..:- : :: '

Lawtey I worth and son Walden entertain- '-n ..- A new high in luxury :at l :I111' low price!

M Saturday evening Mr and .-, -+.
z I Mrs Gordon Wadsworth and Meet the newest addition to the Ilodga
family-the smart new Coronet "Six!"
,. I'children of Gainesville! Mr and 1 Here's a car that offers all the deluxe
Old Time I 'trs Sam Anderson' of Stark trim and quality features of ita st 1e-mate-ttw.
Come ind Mr and Mrs i LL.ajI.' '. luxurious
I Donald hey> IJ1'rs.; Dodge Coronet V-Kight.; It'a poweredby
and baby of Ha-r.pton Lake the famous, dependable and economical Get-

Mrs' A. H. Kelsey of Theressa Away Six engine.

t GospelPreaching '.\a-i a dinner guest of Mrs R, F rev- "' '' Now if you want smooth, economical performance

And Hear Dval! Tut':1<13 y. plus the added style and prestige long a.+"o-
sated with the Dodge Coronet name, here it U'!
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Skinner
f "
It's yours at a new low price-only slightly
and baby of Cocoa spent the i above the lowest-priced cars! See it drive it at

weekend with their mother Mrs .._ _. your nearby Dodge dealer's today:
\famie Mead. Mrs. Meade ac- .
This Man a -
.loft -
campanied them home for : Gr.nN "SU" Fow-Oow / 'A1.
! an extended j SWca ."
F .
I visit.Mrs. ej. ... .
.. "
S. J. Osteen and Mrs. '-. -

Charles Davis of near Theresa I Specification anjtgutfmtnt tktjtet toekauft iruhout rtdioc
Of ial
called on Hampton friends Thursday -
i Old Time AI )K. aryls< and dole" o' to eoaiponton Y- i'gMD

sj Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dyal were ; ."lwi. trim and appointments throughout 1 l'
S-inday dinner guests of Mr. and ti.uiorsTro+.l lounge" Interior witfcfoo C.r..i"ti.d.1 C...
; fol God Mrs Bruce Roark near Starke. robber teot aniuontligger '

Singing + Zii&\\ Annie Brown of Starke spent toiler, eatjr riding Iow-,,__ tarn 53

!. Rev. 'he weekend with her father Sparkling Mr spring colon in konnoniung N>o-ton

.. Bob GrayEvangelist Loren Mrs. Brown.Elmer Lewis and daughter 1CtSIl D 0 D G E

Wanda of Starke called on j

Mrs Donnie Hugh! Crawford Sat : V-EIGHT OR SIX


Theressa spent Tuesday fore- 1'

Song Services Begins Each Evening At 8:00REV. noon with Mrs. W. \V. Hamtrond. HARDY BROTHERS
Mrs. John Parker has a verrhappy MOTOR CO.

EDGAR WILKINSON smile these days Her son.
Albert Moms
who Mrs Parker

had not seen in over three years 600 TEMPLE AVE. STARKE, FLA. PHONE 69

and: who had been in Germany


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Eel Didn't KnowTo Rites Thursdayifor I 1 !J"l. \ ,A' :t. 1153 Th.; 5 wr n t. '\1 YA"n'unt.apply to the. i' T-u are hereby Diuf..J- ::.1' a
Stop f Bradf rd r..unt>. Florida. 1'\,1'
Mrs. Richard I' \.11 I -.r,1 faj returntrtbuiutn bas hen ..
flied cilntt jr"n> 'a
.. \n ,'r,!j. r ..f J.- and &tK" named Court and ,'*,.- a I

'I-I Growingp I at. dll.hare.'m'.I you art required I"rv.. a 'p> '
r the
Mrs H. Clinton Richard, 76 Q kF J.k'd1.,1 e'tatr. .f Vamte Crif- rout R.wcr or plvadtoK t' the ,
\ : I ,. comptatat on the 1'\1tU! sAttorney
\ 1f?ntrnS' T Frank 1 ,ir .
I .. of' I I died Tuesday morning at her home .HI ,: Ht"IIt Starkr.' Florida t' I "
f --
{ #: |Iln P&lalka where she resided for i 0\= A. ';':ftls. altll file the original Ie! the ." -, .r
i "I S 15 't ; the .
I ; Clerk of IX Circuit! l '4: t "
c .( the put 30 years A former resident 'tlTlcTn or b for. lb.
J of Starke. she was the +t. t irmli ('..tt. tlra.If.ra {'VII.., othrwt l> diol the Jane.1t' .' 1OompUint
l..r Atka-au. '\
r n ( aaneery. /
the late John and wnl' takm a. 'nlt.-
of M
t daughter K.hr I'la'ntlH. ta. by
A Clara Darby and was the nsterof 1 i'ehr, trfrndar.t I j 1'4 This notl. shall k. pub:',h.J
I I .-r X. a''m :f ., .
.. ante each week f'r four r.ee ui'\ *
\ 1. I I .
t1I the late A. M. Darby. tppearn .. week. In the Bradford "'.-untr T> .
I is t_ I: ,hi "h"<>r TrI graph
:, Funeral services were held I adJr ., ,s Tbma i :. l.at. ,1 l 'h.s P dui ': tl.itIOFFCI
i I .It \1. it-\LI i hare': \ I' .
j Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock .> t htrrln<.:.t.f& that 'I..rk of the "Ir'ult! t'"dC: I

| in the Episcopal Churhc at Pa at. i I'.'

kaI 12r her's'
k '
I r: r '1\i ..at Mrs. Richard survived bone
I i is .
.4 copy .f,
I !''son, Frank B. Lane, and fIne \t "H t.. for cars' SCHOOL OFBALLET
't s ttorlr\
grand.laughter.I + '
S '!..rk.. Fl, r-
1r r. ,i I. g .t, .i II
r .'I' !It' ..ftt.-. of
,C. Dog Inoculation I -. # s .'t Court un I
C.Z s I -' /. .... ; .a 'e <'f J .11\, '! Mr:. ()1 3.Hit3 1)avison
.. v'n '..'ga.tions of i
By all the laws ol nature this I The schedule for the final day "':,." '- -.1''. i-\'111'' you. .'''r 11 a> f.'n. iI I I 'IOMM TllllwM) \\

f'd tbouMn't be but :30 mc.ie of dog inoculations m the rouiu- lS n.-titf oh.ll l'! lie piiVS.i! I S '00 !'.M. I ><)
.i h .. -k f,n f..uj .
The eel didn' kr.".... that Saturday, May 16, is: as follows "hHul 1\
long the
Strickland's Store. KmgslevI
however and kept on giowing
I .j I hi- : ,lay "t }fat I .- :
until It reached a length of Ct I I Lake 1:30-2:30: : pm. I .' t 1.\1. St\I. Charles'A. Darby PHOXF: J 183WAMed

inchei. Dr.V.. E. MuIJleton Old School House, Reno 2 30- l Clerk of the t'.rnllt C",.rr I
N v..an! L. Crosby Deputy Clerk IW: P.M
made the catch recently at CeiLii t J3:30 pin.Colson's. =lf .". 1" r011i'I .

Key Native fishermen ana i Store Brooker. 3 ::10l:30 vvyvn.............n.n
: 10 AIM-KUI J
authontlet at the Umvirsity 01 I!1 : p.m. I. I'lrruH 1'uurl llrndfurd ('...1,,
"n.fnIn (
Florida say it U the longest eel! The fee for inoculation is $1 V) t'lumiiff. \ -. I..r. i GRADUATIONGIFTS

of this type ever record ir. thi. I per dog.Legion. 1 1.- I I'rfrrnlati; S t
t); Case S. s.llre :
area. The previous tecord wa x ,.. T. tpprar.
4 .i \I.-.i-..1\ u holy rr'I, .
30 Inches. I Notice 1 k 4 .1. __ I, '. t, ,,,. .'.\. ..,.
t : ." ... ... F. -It. _

cum OF THANKS: : Members ot the Amenran \ HV have a wide

UV wish to thank our m 1 Ia. Legion Post M and Auxihan are -- .. selections of (Gift

friend fur their klndnes ;el i requested to meet in front of the for both Imys and

through the illness and death of Fust Methodist Church at 10 55 'DJ'.IRu'l

JUT husband and father O. L. I jam.: Sunday May 17 to attend Girls

Brown and for the many beau i special! Armed Forces Day services -.. ..

tlful floweri. :Mrs. O. L. Brow conducted by Rev T.iJ I ,I a .iI I I ('hnt. u' n. "rg ouJuniorSenior Fri. Sat. Max. e
I I 15.: Iti

tnd children. I': Mitchell. .1 I i I Banquet Has Colorful Gay Nineties Theme Abbott WHHLK And FEATIRK Costello: tr .

NEED ANY HELP FOLKS? Each: successive Junior Class trie- to out.lo the prei-eumg class m ClaS Meets Captain Kid I: 5. .

lavishness of decor Lnd entertainment at the annual Junior-Senior Pit ( II.t"rrlllharh./ ... l..iuRhl.nAnd i i4U S
Above light: Norma Gonzales B nvers Frmoes tldwell.

banquet. This year, by the clever use of a Gay Nineties theme, it was Tracy Jones and Patty Lawson en 'et the "Bicycle Built for Two" i I
IX>> hate a Job that a tanager roulrt fill !><> you nerd I '
> you conceded that the 53 Juniors had close
generally come pretty to succeeding The
number for the entertainment of their Senior gnests. i Ghost Of i J Jr
.omeone to help In the )ard. with the children, to run errands or in their goal. Some idei of the colorful scene taking place in I iI ,
At left below: "The Man on The Flying Trapeze" is sung lustily by I
to a.s.M at )our place of business If w, please give a young the BUS cateteria last Saturday night may be gained from above Cross Bone CanyonStarring
il to rl Byron Newcomb Townsend Strickland De\va Elder
>ne Sonny
of Commerce
Iwr.on a break by registering at the ChamJxr photos taken during the height of the merriment. '1 \\ lid Hill Hirk.Mk r
fenl)'. Bruce McGee Harold Beasley Pa tBowers Zack Cnwford. I I1.
who need Above left the "high brass" of the two classes is caught in a festive Also t'ilor Cartoon aii,l M r1.,1 1 1I
Kradford County has many worthwhile tewiagrrs a John Simmons Jay Alderman, and Tracy Jones. I
full mood at the head table. Seated (II i to r) : Delano Thomas president I Pay tribute to )our jot orrte
school or I
time the ear, part I
regular job part during )
Below right: JoAnn Smith, Townsend Strickland. Betty June Norman Sun., Mon-May I 17 IS with
of the Senior Class; Robert Manning president of the Junior Class: f.radUaltJ our
'atlon.. need them for financial reasons,
time during \/&( They I
Miss Jimnie:: Moncrief. Junior treasurer. Standing: Miss Patsy Ku- Byron Newcomb. Judy Casey Dewayne Elder and Frances Dougas I MONTANA BELLE
and also brrau.se they nerd to learn to assume responsibility I

to make profitable use> of leisure time. Regular employment (cera secretary-treasurer, and Kenneth Conway. vice president Senior sing and dance "In The Merry Merry Month of May" With J Jnt' Russell IIQtUIllhEthCItQDUIIIIOII 1

If It U regular twice a week leads! to much better 1abo'e Also Cartoon and :.News
even only
named Court and "
caue anIyou
Alvarez Miss Siprelle To \Ved i 1.
work habits than odd jobs picked up here and there. Leading iI I Special Feature are required if serve a copy of ,
I your answer or pleading the Tues., May 19-ONLY
Harry E. Brannen complaint on the Plaintiff.'

Them must U lots of people who need extra help. Let's (t'ttOft'thf'r M, Softball League; i Coming Up St A'torney..rke. Florida T Fra-ik Landruro I I I JUST FOR YOUIn CORDSI ,

and eterjhody! If 'OU will reRister jour job opportunities I
help ) On Ilmenite Mine lard file the original In the office of1 I Technicolor I
on one of the bUuks aiallable at the Chamber of Plays TonightThe :'the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I
or before the i lung Crosby and Jane \Vjnum

Commerce, f'"r)' effort will be made to find )ou a suitable ap Marking the beginning of the I dlof June, is.IT.otherwise I I. Also :News and Cartoon I with designs
the warm
allegation" f meua&ei
plieantoho needs the experience.ALVAREZ" Alvarez Team, with a per- fifth year of operation of the Complai-it will le !taken a- t' .nf aid.... I
wins Trail Ridge Ilmenite mine, ed by you. i Wed., Thurs.May 20( 21nOl'ULE I to express your
fect score to date of four This notice shall! br pin.li-i.n uiihfi for future
next week' Telegraph will once each week for four oi.nsvru FEATURE
and no losses is top banana in the Mve reeks in the Bradford success. .
feature a full pagpicture Telegraph ) I 3 For Bedroom C

county softball league thanks Morj of the unique operation l, it.-d tins 6 d.ty of )fay. 1"1. Select yours now atSTAIlK.
With Gloria
I \ I I1I1I largely to the expert pitching of east of Starke. : (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of)the Charles rircult A Court Larby -And-

il I a Clothin Included in the layout will Hy Marian I Cro .by. DeptiM r'l'rk .
STORE S II } Bill Epps.In .
II 5 y itorifi ; .': The Redhead
1891 I Tuesday night's doubleheader be facts and figures, heretofore I -
t unpublished, and some 15 \ \ : op PKTITIO\ nut
Blanding defeated Lawtey HIM'Hiu.t: And The Cowboy
of equipment and :,\.., ,
10" lI..r v .,
8-7. while Alvarez took Sla 1e *" 'h..1 J
personnel. Including the seldom& I It'' ;b.t t .I',1 .V"iii.tMT m..nnord and txlntond: 1
Gas to the tune of 123. ; .c t. ,.r ,1,, i.-i u,t .r yLr. I 1 1 1'I
photographed I Humphreysbrothers I 11-; .,. ._. .1 1 ,. O'HrienAlso
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE 1 Wednesday night's bill saw df\elopers of the : 0111! i.. .. r .\.. \ Iate'.t News I PHONE 263 ..:. YL.\

': Alvarez victorious again, defeat- a. spiral' ststem of separation but .r 5d 0 n n n K' Iti ..
ns Lawtey 19-4. and Slade winning .'*.-J." i- J ... .
in the operationExtra
nerd mining
169. ,..t' i . '
from Hi-Y ", : h..r. I -- -- '- -- --
I League standings at present copies of this edition I

are: Alvarez won 4, lost 0: Camp I may he obtained I"rida) Ma) SAT. MON. ONLYLADIES
'i', I I
lland.ng 3-1: Slade Gas 2-2; Hi-Y : "'t. on newstand in :M.; \rke.Krjstone j ,

RADIO 1-3 Lawtey 0-4 I Heights/ Ltntet I!

Tough: i Friday I Blinding and Lake Kutler.I .
H.5 :
AND plays Alvarez at j:30: a\cl. I
In C'lrrull "',.rt. llrntUnrriflorMn 1 oanty.
TELEVISIONSales Mr. and Mrs William J. Siprelleannounce : In ffcnnierJVI.T .
Raiford '. v
Veteran rita. rum ; C
the of their
: engagement i'lta: I'"f-i.da .t .

Shot Lost Friday daughtei. Doris Leato Harry \...1.-.lo l|'prnr.T' i I' v,
.' Edward Brannen son of Mr. and > Anne \ Pita w '
and Service and address I-: o .< .\i-, '
Oft Critical ListI Mrs. Mac Brannen of Toledo, tlt.-h: 206\ -71h0' T \ BLOUSES
.efl... LT. I.-.nK I-I.iml A-t \ -
Ohio. The wedding will take placeon 1..1'.10\i i
Florida You are
:.!:21! I ;N\ Tt'mpll't'. 1'IIONK IM Starke. suit f"flnu.r.
I I ," I' .1! S.ipp; 2Ou.: < ..oR.lI; Saturday morning. June 6, at "
!1""" ..<>..'. n a ,1 iji'V -'
\i-teran of the Xa'y.'a.- 10 o'clock in St. Edv.aid's Catholic -
I a
t.l: off the critical list at a Church. Starke The couple 1

IKI- City hospital Thursda will reside in Toledo /. C. T. U.INTO 9 Lots Of Styles and Fabrics

i ,! ::ng and is on the load to neiv I
.\ fir-lftL:; \ PF.( KNO
I Lots Of Colors
and ValuesChildren's
\ after being shot in the : Tiff KIC.IIT POINT for the : 'It.m. u a a a

b.u-k by a 22 rifle last Friday Uu> )<>u write. Come in and select : I InrT

t. .i. '.: >> i i- ." 1 w !'. >K ill-::\T ... I i S S I I. 'ushtAicordmg jour favorite RSTFJiBllOOhTountain \ PETK OF TK01 BLF.:
.. ll, .' n ... .IU.\ -' .tl It''t!I1U it' '," l' .
M.i.t M'... r i.u a...1. it' .1' 1 to unofficial ierurts.npp Pen. Only $:.3. at MAY OME: OFT OF \ PINT Waterproof RubberNO

tit II ;. I 'II.IIINI; l. 'TS KoU S.\I.E..n: .. and a girl friend were b<>inf; RKIFOR1 COUXTV: TF.LE- l1..bK: :
r.l.uiJinK M.ghn.tt noith star !I. -
,, ,. I tnnoyed b a couple of ton- C.KAPII.
.','Il -\1.1. I. 'toil lI..u' d I" <-rii tin tw.i -'''in UnJgr- > aget ,
.11 1"u .. .1.( .'..I.ul..- f.,.4 I.nu- nil fi..iu '4ll St '-U.UeYnte buys and the young man to s-'.i t C
u I t.. :Mi- 1 i..1'1.> :M I \\ nil IU"nt 'I
t .t. l:""J. i'.t 1 14>v : i'. SUI ie.; KU! one of the boys into a creek Th.

t..1L r F' ..." r..1U cottage U ,'h" boy had; a nfle and shot Sapp .the I MODEL I
tun.... .' "A h.n..1..) 1.Ikr n.J SILVER ANNIVERSARY I
II..\ ...1. hlnlf.I..) Court :3tp i'I: i iFUR I.KT J. I) 6IUt't..IR I turned away. The bifuet hit
''''IIU01" .
ablhis ,
just waist and <-u
., 1't1-rI.I: %MI ( (;"
SA1.L"U Wa'.I.I..I\ !l'
t l.Is upwii.) i?d->'ng !11 hi< -.ii.'i.1I :
7i: and il Starter U <- Plant !
I I.heOal lark 1ledae.day
it 6 ri t IS.E ...I..ee.III.. \'.. ... { 1t.I.! /Ivt;

1'H SHI' Itetnudr !oJ.t... I'nli IlKNTK"ur:'; r,vm for r:'! ,..! 'i
.. ith ttt..Jlr'a! JI'itr right II. $*i m'\nm.'nt ....tnkte l > with ev: p: .- S
air, 1"1' tat\n 11"1' IIJ l'h.n"l refrttceijtt.'i .nd hot w.trr SI.\ I'
Ki.Wnr Ntl,hl.:31+; 1 "l> -it !1 ing Porch fr.'nt and rear >:rPt : LIMIT I
Drake :'P S 131 j !\'&t' oit..e 111 Apply I IS'jlt.; WE CATER TO
>H ..r At Tu. I. % Auto .""ai tf. h<
11.1NT1ITNo: ..all r.. "r>. s.tlarl +/ Rr f.atwn.i..w.lr.+ e FIRST QUALITY
|}0 per \\t"k I'lu' n..%m .n.I b.t I RADIOS REPAIRED

N.; w 1\.1\1..1..) 1rach lStarter i. Itdlli Ul.Full .; \ 11I "'Ike. ..tilI ".dtis Your Appetite SIZES SMLXL t

KU. <.......Me eharae. ...r*.lee4rn --- .
\!v MIKPHKHII Your Convenience
SALE-tlnr : < t.-n I'hiKAH.-. 1 "H W. ,'.ll ",. M.rte Tk. Ett
.iiul.! ".1\1' in prtis- .n.llIo.1\ MENS

l.'tfu ash F n.l'arrs.tlllf.I"I I OTEPradull.; nurse 01 FOOD SERVED ,
1"\ F 1t licensed prtiea! for general
duty rvx-t.ir s Cl.'ise II.i..pltal,
< .U :-\1.E--Mi>J.- 3 dra".r dr.teat 101 \\. fall St. Starke.. Fla tf S r C
.., .. (r\\ othrr itrmdin II ti. \\'r l O/i The Curb
.+ t'hriMian St. !!:' 'KOTKCT TOrn SECURITIES t
! ., Fireproof Protecto Security Box In Your Own Home ,
S \l": -J t..lr.'I" k.-u.r
I't-autiful. larK\ heavy duty it lbot
:: I.. f.tl .tt. Si Inqulh' at Dad.r'II I I :. $10 !S plus til Bradford ( Free Delivery) + I
)Ol'I'r I.urt !tchit : : I IIANKIES
! l''untT."jfuph tf
In Our If
Dining 6
ii II f
.'amlh trtere'ter 11Ibl. .
'! .ndU: >"nif 11t1l:.. Sold ont easy I trvlt Ill.t...k Ho *.rh. 1'1..ntf Room
Iran' ran t... 'ern y..ur h<.nif tartar >Iix and (I'.m..n Hr."r" ..!- I
l'hant. ::h. S.1t1.1r'I Watch Shop Enlttn..rlng Company rhone
1'.1 HP: s :!' >4 ., I
69.50 t..e ar. IPe It

t.It1":-'H'"'''' poht prrlwlRoy "UC. KKXT--K'irrxhJ, nAIt", al
3 I.I..yd. t rattford lload. nraIietlhronn ..ivi-nirnv idigr'srt. il.,'r toAi. REGULAR lOc SELLER I
W Sllrmlf". !tp ); ... tw. slroom t.p.\rlm..nlo and OUR EATERS ARE
u'tfurni.hed duplex \V. II Nolln. o FIRST QUALITY
' ," IftV.. MaJi: ...n. Starkr. I"tilt REPEATERS
liOl'SK FOU SAl.K__ ro to lion.r I
New Cover
I Imported
ttar ntodrrn bath t acre Und factor: S \-I\rl.'I..tu. gal n'I.: '
HlKhuay SOI. ,.,> heat :: mil> K\\Hnt for bablrs. utrrra.t! *
north .'f St.rk. .. Inquire, O. A stomach "asthma etc.nriiHsl. Reasonably New Filling that won't Pack, We
nttb HP 5/1 I. r> J.\rJtn. Kt t. boxSOI. I Exchange We Refund We SatisfyMUDFORD I

n-... Stark Ti right of IIllth"'l\ Lump, won't SagGUARANTEED It
is !tp :;; i ;
;J Fort IU::\T-: brdrtwm furl\L.h"j FOY'S

houxSinclair $1PI'I) .,>5 KAHM: WU SALE-Tirr>. <> -n .
:.a ta..t 10th St 1" 15 YEARS
cu'.tivitinn. !
rt in pasture n
Drive-Inn Restaurant
g 1'..lhronn Sprine 5K-ton JV
re Volt UENT- 5 rom furni>hJhousv
.tlvarea. Gtn. Del Surke, F'.i. i I

:-;;;;; 1'...-i. .trft un llixhM iron.y Rirh 301 NorthA. Shop (tpW.tNTlf1T < ; Temple and Pratt Sts.F. .

>' I..h. lit. i. lot SI lt .. hire som.nnr 1A':'>- HART FURNITURE COMPANY

t pulpwixxl saw t.> saw IS aces: .fxtlliup' I). Cox: J. F. Jordan
Hol'SK FoK la\T-11.: n'tirs east off V\i-l U Ith tan uf |, ONner Mgr. 117 R'. CALL ST. ST.1llKE .
uf Staikrm old 1 landing !'..4d. Iiqutrr ..'."nd J n "'b':* State F.trnl' i ,

.l Willum .i1eu1 !tp i P. ad : 'y Phone SO Starke. Fla. .L .

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Are His Business Second Section I
Chickens I Bradford '

11:111Y.. M\Y is. County Teleeranhi i iI

I ., CI1tl. .....- --

I How many drum sticks is in 20 going at such a rate aa to have r .
toot fryers I each of the other two buildings ,I --r

If you could figure that out, I ompieted in time to take de- t. t tr
t then divide by two you'd know II very of baby chicks In lots of

I the number of chickens that Bill! xiO, two weeks apart Deliveryif
Bigham turns out each month by I the second lot which wu placed
"assembly line" methods at his w :- In the empty end of building Dumber

huge broiler plant Just west of one was accepted on schedule
However being short of money
:; IJrookfr<<: on the Worthington
1 Springs road. and consequently short if help I
LI Bigham had to do much ot his
Many waders are probably unaware
that this of iwn work and construction failed
operation one !
f I '. move, a3 rapidly as planned
the largest of its kind In the State I I
Tfi resulted! in a two-week delay
is located right here Li Bradford I,
i receiving: his third lot <.' '< i rI)> i
idea ,
County To give you an I 'n< ks This howeverA ait- -.-"-- ._.._,as __... 'u .. ._" _.. .- a.-=..._- ; .-.
Its llzp! each month Bigham -S ;
,i, us some 60 tons of feed to pro- II as' time scheduled deluene.. l'1ad. r\pan: .i\, layout of Ilitihanr* .4\ hue

t due 20 tons of broilers Muchplannlg I re changed even th>u I d 1 house was bunt one haar A ..r --.a.- .......
and work has gone into I : arxiw. Kaih house is i\ f..tlJt' by :WO
.me in order to re ... .. 10 ad .
which receives
this now
plant fet tint; and prll\lll thftU'r for 6.>00
6.500 baby hicks every two .uHlalerj dehvenes.Tht i tin Kens
weeks, feeds them nine pounds of number one lot i>f OK a-
feed each during the following 10 i i- sold on August 12 and M >'h'I' +3 >? t If yon don't want to count 'em. >ou'll just ,
weeks, and then markets them as S.ViO profit and considerable '>n e f s' ii hair to like our word that 6.508w( vkld,

three pound fryers. .(1'i.fe in the poultry businessi Uhite K.K-k hroilen are happily housed at _

Bigham. a native floridian hasb'ea :i> ram decided to continue bund Ml. That adds up to a lot of drum MirksAt r"i j
a resident of Brooker since Young MMTgHk1 Kill IJiglost ng until he had six hous>. there _
1911 and. with the exception: of h.un 20 pounds building by doubling his first planned 'd right Higham is shown standing be-.t.
three army service during pacity of 1S.OOO birds t., 36,(-) "n,' of his new I-designed feed racks, a 1.1l..r
years' his first rhi< krn hour, but nouhe
World War n, was associated ..' He planned to continue \ six unit ?r ( .. \ins j and space-sating deuce that t'l1tbIt"
"o\ thrhump"
flKllnh. r s
with the tung oil industry there operation of receiingchlrk.'I r I' t him eliminate the fed room from cacti i
I II and ran take. things alittle i-
until December 1951 In January' every two weeks and selling three broiler hou..", thu. making: room for 500 more
I easier. In spite of hiebusy
1W2 he bought the old Brown work Mhedule. he findstime pound fryers every two weeks The .J %t tr > dlkl....
place consisting of 310 acres and building of three" more houses .t
|to carry on hit ilutleH asprrsidrnt would -1'olai.-id 1-Minute 1'hniuk to>' the T. I. |jr.i;>>-.
" a small block house about one mile'I j simply increase the size of t
of th.ianta Feo
out of Brooker on the Worthington ,i i his units from one half house to a .
Springs road. The house was (<- "|>eralhr) Telephone Co. j whole house, or from 3.K( 0 to and, consequently, the feed rooms chicks are confined to the brooderarea ''is the best feeding system he less than five percentAt -!,'r: !.f .ir. ,

so small that two rooms had to 6,000 birds Bill believed that theI are being modified to take care by means of a 10 foot 14 I knows of and requires less heavy the present tune it \ >'11 hl'n' \\ !N-re v ,' :,
be added before Bill his wife and every two weeks and 10-week-ol!I I keeping of only one age birds in of an additional 500 birds per inch high, metal ring After this, handling of the feed than even the throe full time men for this rraied .

two small girls could move into fryers being sold every two weeks. each house would decrease the house. This again increases the period the ring is removed and 'I most modern automatic systexsin tion but Bigham believes it can Seeing this prof.i.tt-'e ..,

it Although other additions have I This type operation called for six.: ( chances of spreading disease. He size of each unit, this time to the chicks can move about freelyin use in this area. Some 40. to handled with only two after today, it is dsifi.: u : t,

been made since they moved In | units as five different age groupsof i also knew that with increased ; 6,500 birds giving Bigham a.total their pens They are separatedby 50 sacks of feed are used each pletion of his new feed" racks ('\' that only II month.. .,
and the house now U quite comfortable birds would be on hand at all 1 I volume. he could get by with aI :, housing capacity of 39,000 birds wire partitions into lots of day, which runs into an average Unlike some businessmen. had to borrow ni >ncv i:
the Bighama still say times and the sixth unit would I smaller profit per bird wheneverI 1 and a constant inventory of 32,500 500 each lot being allowed a daily feed fort of approximately isn't afraid of competition I a down payment on his >

I they are just "cairping out" until be in the process of being cleanedup I. ( competition got tough. j I Iin five different" age groups of space :20 feet by 24 feet. The birds ,,,$250 Bigham uses Purina feed fact he believes that there and that leas than 12 month prop!
\ : ; to receive a new batch of baby 6.500 birds each. II j never leave these until which is received by Seaboard
Bill completes his broiler houses Construction of house four, five ; pens they I, room in Bradford County | o he started hi* first huiMln
r im 'chicks The houses were planned 1 I and Until January all baby chicks are sold. j I railroad in carload lots 10'
and ran make other home six was started last October i ; I I every more good poultrymen and is'a I enough cash to pay .i
provements. Ito( hold G/XK birds: using each end I and the first delivery of 6,000 :(were brooded Lnder infra-red blobs'' For the first two weeks the to 12: days.Although. I I good poultrymen can make a for even on.' week'i
't to house 3,000 birds and separating baby chicks was house 'but it was found that during : chicks drink from 'I 1 the birds in his
HlghAm'a broiler buildings were put in number regular glass' second ,, ter Bradford Count ,i However, he claims it usI
started just one year ago the first the ends bv putting a O.fJotI t four the day after Christmas.i ( very cold periods this type of : chick fountain jars which must lot suffered through a serious ;: not a Bradford native by i I truth and his wife attests t">

of last April. At that time only '!1 feed room in the mii.dle of eac i Houses number five and six were brooding was too costly and a gas I be washed every daand- filled ,, outbreak of air-sac infection Bill claims equal citizenship 'i fact that: he lost 20 pound
three buildings were planned and house. 'finished as scheduled and each: .1 brooding I: system was installed. I by hand. However, after two ,disease has so far been only a': the native sons and daughters b !,; building his first house \\5'
Bill says that he wondered thf'nI After one building was com-. ;': now contain 6000 broilers Bill Houses are now equipped for both weeks they drink from automat- minor problem. This is no doubt | virtue of the fact that he cho '' inclined to agree with him

If he could ever complete even I''pleted and another started the>, is now in the process of building ,,, gas and electric brooding Both : ically filled metal troughs. j due to the following of a strict of, his own free will to move I,: he says his business was

those three Ills plans called for ,' first lot of chicks was received! or i I special feed racks, of his own de- j i; types will be used In the future. : Although all feeding is done ;'sanitation and medication programset Bradford County In the first I I not with money but with

I a six unit operation, with only the 29th of May, 1952. Bigham's i i sign in each house These racks ;'I Brooding is dime in lots of hand, Bigham claims that withby up by the Purina Feed Co. j I and chose to return again determination and good!
day old baby chicks being received plan was to keep his construction eliminate the need of feed rooms I For the first eight to ten 500'1'his newly designed feed racks his I Mortality to date has averaged his family after the war. "It I American ingenuity
1 i! I I I

Rodney P. HallIs i Local Guard Wins I NEWS ABOUT I Ij .

Commissioned I Efficiency AwardFor j
Rodney I'. Hall was promotedto the second straight year Hid to usW

the rank of Second Lieutenanton the local National Guard companywon a .
* ..
April 21 making him the third the Army National Awarfor .Jlft'! *. y '- r
member of the local National Efficiency in Training. The' : r
Guard unit to enter the companyas :award wag made by the Chief J
a private and later be commissioned -.National Guard Bureau, as a re- ,

as an officer in the unit. I suit of training for the year 1952 ." -' '... ) !

the two others were Mack S. j The award was forwarded to .' ,
Futch and Randal F. Chitty. ..,."
I. the unit last week by the Adjutant .
Before his promotion Hall was General: of Florida Maj Gen

a Master Sergeant with duties as ; Mark W. Lance, with his sincere
Cormrunlcation Chief. He will j congratulations to the officers
now serve as Communications Of- I land men of the unit who demon- ----S VEP

ficer, with Sgt.. Billy Dansby being \ strated their proficiency in such a

promoted to Communications I manner a* to merit the award. t .

I Chief I Lt. Col. T. K. MiCUne, battalion I fi i

Hall qualified himself for the commander, presented the award
I promotion by attending two service -I to the unit during weekend train THE CROWNING ACHIEVEMENT OFOF
schools the Infantry Communications irg at BUnding. ,
Course and the Light II I I

fi Heavy Weapons Infantry Leadership ,, I

School and by completingthe and is now attending the five i
basic Infantry CorrespondenceCourse.
month Radio Repair & Maintenance
He first enlisted in the 2i 1EAS a
unit on Jan IS. 1919. lie is the : Course at Ft. Benning: Ga

son of Mr. and Mrs Cl>'de Hall Lt. Randal Chitty left Monday .

of Therrssa.Joa. I for Ft. Benning where he will tak.

N Warren was recently the Associate" Infantry OffuersCourse I
to the rank of .
promoted sergeant
Cpl Robert M Wasdin. son of
:Mr and Mrs H. M Wasdm of FINE

l ;;raham, ha.:. been assigned to the MALONE
Sth Infantry Golden Arrow) *!
II Division at Ft. Jackson S. C. and j I SILVERANNIVERSARY
is in training there. His address MODELS

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for frozen foods / Henry B. Stokes, Rt. 2, Starke", comfortMalone the exclusive erod'---: If=X
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I: lamS ..and. d..mand"h.h jvj. or Florida In C ..H'r,. T. Frank Landrara. !Starke.1! -= ---- -
r 'her f ) 1.1. I|I De'rrl.tleB :
N' iray hasagatrt,. th- I'ar ..1 Itr.-nner. f'.a i: .ff H'' Muriel' |I Florida. I J. T. It.. Arre.
tate of Fred A : tt d.ea.d. T ieJosephine .
F Nt.i: l ..r."ter I'rfrndan'Case and fle the or'gi-al in the offve cf !..
a'e '.f sa.d C ur.'v tu n. I.' : :i i: : Plk ll N-.
---y .
III Judge of Bradf'.r.i '".un-i F r.da No. 8S03 the C.erk if the C.r. tnt *".a" ocr I-.. > D .n SWV.

at h.. offire In theurt h"'Joe< %>tlre, T. Appear ,, before the 1 d.1Y of Ju ... >/ NFf sL:" *

E -a.d County at Starke rf T Sljr.r: < > :.Ne.l Btnt'r.hse I 11S5J ttlwrw :ff the alle! icatii- of I W... d ::'I':" .f

/ 41.k \\ .'hm, eightalendar Fkr.da., residue and address is UUth() ,. said Complaint will be taken as con. sEr. :1 S
F m--iths from 22
Averue. tt.odside fetstd
Lr.-g Island by .
h. time of the firn pabl.i tl..n) of i New York i This notice yon.i shall be I j Lots 3. 4 Blk 19. No. 'WIlbert Uu.lIt :
th.! notice Ear h claIm! i I published Reno S l)
I W or demand i ihall In SWU
You once each wet'it for four consecutive '
be are hereby notified that
writing and of Eor
shall SE
1y liul1 lurqes$ (olt, '5; P1*** of r ,Menc. and state pc..tItfl'e suit Dlvor-for I graph i weeks in the Bradford County Trle- WS of SEV of

I A'1 address of cUinwuit. and shall j I Dated this 29 of SE';. II S U
has day 1353.4OFFLCIA .
teen April
=a be filed against In the I
= you
. O CA.NEBRr ;( agent sworn or to by the claimant, his above named Co.rt and cause ana II [. SEAL) Charles A. Darby L'f8 5. 3!. Ink 1. Tail 4 tl
. attorney and 1 Gahagan 8 D
any su.bllaim St
Clerk of S
Circv.it Court. U
you are required to tile
. serve a of T. C.
\ the May cia). paM some baking soda to the water lib void.or demand not so filed shall your answer or pleading to the copy ccniplaini Sy Marian L. Crosty. Deputy Clerk Lot II Blk 1. Gab- Reed 16'4 _

I "Mlftly. I plant the big garden when scalding a young chicken I Wilbur A. Scott. j r on the Plaintiffs Attorney i, 5.1 4t 5.32 Lot ganD 21 ntk I. Gaks.ganSD It C II Aaron Hollry : .(
( The Bradford County Future As
. I rlfttn houM- and pauM* to not and all the pin feathers will come i executor of the Last'IU n I II
I Farmers of America chapter lost aid Testament of Fred A. Lot 2 ntk !. Gaba.gin Ii DaTenprt I '
, the taut)
. I II month I look thru the dates in its i district championship game publication May 1. ujj Lot S BIt 2. GaharanS'D II Ceo. Grlff: 2 -t

I really truly meant to clean with Macclenny Thursday after- 5 1 it :i 22NOTHF. Notice II hereby given that the It. II ,
my book then write oat the birthday following: describt. an.!. will h sod Lot 5 ntk 2. Gahagan Levy Lennc-i j -kXoU

I The bedroom wall today, i! noon, Apr. 30. at public auction on the 9th day of May, un at 8mk., the County of S. D
cards. Stack them up and OF PHOIitTt: I Dradtord. state of Florida to pay the amount due for t.un herein set op- Lot J1. tJ Harden
II of 1iI : -j
But somehow I was lured outdoors mail them as they come. Our speaker and parliamentary Ia> the tonal? JudKe' ( ogrl po"ate to the same tCKtthtr with aU costs ot such sale ant ad'.ertlaing.tiescrtplius Gabagan S D I, n s ...
... u
.t1. Mate uf Flur- Mrs Mattie
: tea.ii won third place in P.
j HERE IS SOMETHING I Ida. S : S. T. R. 'UN O..u Taxes Gaharan

. Along the garden way. | NEWt Annual Speaking contest held Estate of Fred A "t'. Dr. ---as.-d 'i ii Lot U. of Rlk S. : v"tSamson
CRUST: For a chiffon Gahnn S'D
. Ike i All that portion of 1' U
: Mate uf Florida, to UI
at Green Cove Spnngs on Fri- Person Lot It Blk 3. GIoJta.Un _h.t.
: ;,
of S. cf
pie or filling of any nature try Interested in the 1.tal. uf wild
I I found myself down on myil I day May 1. Derradeal River 15 1 17 5 takno\\ I Z.U Corn SiD 3 1' r1 W. W. Parker 1
making corn flake crust: at NW
knees You I L Acre In XW Cor- corner : -4
I j1 The Chapter has a Registered are hereby notified that arrtttin of DUt 2 s. of
4 cups of corn flakes crushed r instrument ncr of t'lJ of SV'4of
Where I stirred up the ground, ] Hereford bull and he is available the Last Will and purporting Testament tobe W'. :-:. of Rd. n. 2 East &: run ,
i into fine crumbs add 1-3 s. to ft
; cup said Xo. J & W. or 1d.Xo. for a pt
I felt the Bun reach down and j I It will deiedennt has been admitted "r
j melted oleomargarine and 1-1 cup for breeding purposes. to probate in said Court. 5 1 S :' 2 Elizabeth haley 13.3' E. beg thence run

touch : !: cost J5 for non.members and S3 You are hereby commanded with- ''I SE'4 ot NE &: w. 68 10 ft S. 58 rt
ft X 50
My akin and then I found II sugar.' 4 .1 MX calendar months from the 2 Acres In SE to I't of ft

I Mix all well and press along for members. date ..f the first publication of this corner of NE'4 c.t I lot 1'1' II Ella EUerscn!
The chapter had charge of theI .. "... 101 appear in said I -El.o U S 213 42 Jessie Lee t-UDt7 :0.sss = as desirib.4 >
A frmgU! f&ger, green and sure ,, the idea and on the bottom of a I how'. taustIf any you court can. why and I of SW4 or SEti 2: fj :t :5Vayne K. liaun 1.$1 it deed book 53

That pointed to the aky, I iglass: pie plate. ChiU]] and add the I II assembly at B.H.S. Wednesdayj'Jafternoon the anion of slid tourt in admitting I -tt.. &: EI.t: ofNtt'11 1 page lot as Sot described !! I II Horace Calbr-t t ,,*
& NV of
\\V had a tractor- said will
I raised rr.f rye, and caught j I I tU1in,. Chill again. :I not stand unrevoked. probate should I SE'. 2) 6 :a :U U. D. Jot.Jts .!iUS In deed book is

the flash J I i I can look Across the street to drl' trig contest and Wallace Par- OFFICIAL SEAL) Theron A. Y4wn. SI. lOt s" rot One page 11 Acre 23 S II Levy. Leonnon .
In 4
sq SE !
:-W H 6 26 It QUftl1 IEt.l Gait.flng .
liish' won the $5 first place prize. County Judge. 1 I
Of blue the JICJ.T. for aged people U. corner 01 NE!,. or
wings passing by. nursing Bradford County. Florida. ,
I -Frankie Was C 1
Lots 3 n. tJ
Except Luther
and; see them walking about in Py Betty A. Phillips. Clerk. Acres Ernest Lots 5. '7 Blk 1! Jackson : 04Mrs.

And so, somehow I did not do II I'J I I the sun and sitting on the large First publication on May :1..i 1953.41 3/22 Edwards to&: 1:1.i C'.fX' &ub Original Town of

The chores I' I or Lot 4 & U 5
had to.
I patio. Sometimes they wander me 5.000 !run Lot S. & st' cit Lots I. S. DUe 11 W. T. Marshall 14: >,

Annette Victorin I'I' off if they are not watched. I 5.004'I 'In. The County J"I". .'* Court In Lot 6 7 7 20 1:8 W. I:. Bigham .1:. !o.n except W. 25 ft I IC'arl
tad Fur
limdfurd ( Cushy, Florida Original Town' of
un ..OOOun X3/ of Lots 7U.1O. 7 1 :0 177 \.E.L"ihuit. Jr. 5261
see one woman wandered downthe : i.OOO' I. ProbateIn Lou 1. 2. 10. 11. St.rke 21 II
What glorious days we have street and another has 1970 MOO Ke: Estate of Xi be! O. Maxwell. If Blk 1 Ward The E. SOft of lots Hitch SI SO I
been having this wtek. Golden 1971 5.000 Deceased.NOI.. I City 8 1:0 G. II. Parker S.U :. 4 of Dlk 22
her back. It brings to ICE. TO CHKDITOIIS Original
brought Town orStarke
5.000 Lot Ulk 1 Ward
1972 6.
sun and the smell of freshly i
'I mind a by Oliver Wendell 1973 5.000 All creditors of the estate of City 8 7:0 Yrs. 1. A Green U)9) fl 5 :2 Leon

turned earth. The swt-ll of buds poem Denomination J 1.000.00 prlxwipal Noble O Maxwell deceased are Lot 3 Blk 11 Ward Lot 2 I31k 27 except Dicandu 10: 9J:

Holmes.I and semi-annual interest (May and hereby notified and required to file City 8 7:0 T J. Alderman ...Q the E 10 It
ran almost be seen. My flowering ; any claims or dema'ldshlch
they To\\t of
i .November first) shall be payable at. Lot 2 Blk 12 'Vard
crab is almOAt leafed out. It saw him once before the office of the City Treasurer. City have.against said estate in the of- City 8 7:0 H. Do Stokes 1.01 Starke U S 12 Bill Carantias
flee of the County Judge of Brad One lot SO ft N.&S.bySOftE.. 1119
Florida paable1 Dlk 16 Ward
of Lot 5
State ;
will be blooming one of thee days. 'I' AS he passed by the door and of solely Starke.from tne net proceeds of the !ford County Florida in the courthouse City 8 7:0 Earl G. Cook 4.01 .

I have! planted most of the biggarden. again rtililles Service Tax collected b> at Starke Florida within Lots 3. 4. D'lk IS &: W. an SE cor-
i eight calendar months from the date Ward City 8 1:0 Guy ILu'rell 7..... ncr of Lot 2 1:1k
I have to set out the I The pavement stones resoundAs said City. of the first publication of this notice St' Pt W"l' c'fN4 :7 LivIngston Tru-
( t
bonds of this issue numberedone .
The Each claim or demand must :0 11. II, Mott I.:' by &: 4'o iD of
cabbage, tomatoes, peppers and he totters o'er the ground both inclusive IS 7 :0
(1) to Lt'
in writing and
must state the NEt4 of -l-:
"of S\\'t 15 1 :0 40 H. IL MOlt 1. 3W" U' D
sweet potato plant when they with his cane. maturing in the years 1S5S! to place of residence and Po.t- ffice Nt'4 ofE\ ofXto Lot 2 & .. 2 ft homer Adkins (27
19SS. both in. lunive. are not r..d..mable address of the I Ir
claimant and ot lot S Hlk
arrive. I planted more this should to be the last must ew"Pt that SI
peas If I prior to their respective stated be sworn to by the claimant his Livingston Truby

morning and parsnips. The garden leaf dates of maturity Bonds of this :agent or his attorney, or it will part Rd.S. &tlf S1 Brook-of &: Co. S n of NK'. (
is nice and mellow. It ahould On the tree in the spring.Let U.iue to Eighty numbered(80). both from inclusive Thirteen (13)ma- become April 24.void 1953.according to law. NEL. 16 1 20 41 H. 1!. Mutt 6.11NE lots(Jf XE'6. 7.. 8. 9 Hlk 21 6 2: Lola unto :t.6 :I

raise good vegetables again this I them smile as I do now turing in the years! 1959 to 1973. (Signed) Martha Curtis Maxwell of the SE 8. except -6 :1 I. T. CO'II .

It has two forsaken bough both inclusive, are redeemable priorto Executrix. 2 Add to Star"f' IS f :2
& rrimtM
year. years previous At the old acres except Carr ,
their respective dates of maturingat A. J.. Thoma!'. Jr. I Lots 2. 3. lIIk 2 7 09
In Scor
for me. I Where I cling. the option of the City in whole :Alt) fur Executrix. Acres ncr of NE ofSE'4 except ltd. 111gb.

or in part in inverse numerical orden I 4;24 4t 5/15 3. II I I. Mott way Add to StarkeS
i 16 7 :0 3.01 3 6 t! ot.ert
At this moment I am cookinga 1. 1938: Green ioi 62NOUILIrlcs
are if less than all. on May fit 14 Hlk 2! Tem-

mess of dandelion greens. They : I love old people. Some or 01 any interest. payment date .NOTICE OF nT.;\TlO" TO All!':. XWI f Hd ot SW 23 '7 20 1.. "."... G. Heath ..91 L pies Add to tarkf' 23 5 :: .

really cute others have great thereof at the prm<'ipal amuunttlH.r.of. HKI.ISTKH FICTITIOUS .\A lIE W'I :f NE : il 5 :1 .0 1.. C. Clf'mons :0.0: Lot 6 &: \\'l-4 of 47
are so plentiful and nice it si-ems date Notice Is : .
thru much. plus accrued interest to hereby given that theundersigned Lot 5 of Blk 1
I wisdon and have lived NEi4 or SE'S except
of redemption and a premium of under the provisionsof
nowlinlt t
a shame not to take advantage of n 23 6 52
God bless you all, Twenty-five Dollars ($2500) for Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida 9.93 acres In XE 30 S condo Caml'alltUa 10.SS I Peg 15 ft W of NE Ir.wud AkrlJg '.09
30 1 21I.ots
them when I like them BO well. Acts of corner
LURA. each bond ko called for redemptionIn 1941. will register with the corner of "', of

I will give Don a T.bone steak.I LOVE. 1958. whuh premium shall reduce I Clerk for of the Circuit Court in and In 35 Woodlawn, 36. 37. 38. 11 5 :: 40 Guy Frigo, Adm 31.51 XF:'. of SEt 4 of
Bradford County. State of Florida -
by Two and 50/100 Dollars Nl.L4; run R 140 ft
am also waiting for a call thata ((1250) in .al.h year thereafter KO upon receipt of proof of publication Lot 7. & E4 of thence W. 100 ft

that the bonds shall -be callable at of this notice the fictitious Lots S. 9, & all to of
in Sioux pt Leg
has arrived
body City. ESTER of Starke Ice Co 1t 10 W. of Hd.
'I wiry 1'AY MORE when a premium of Twenty-two and i name under which .... :7 Edward O. thence R :00 ItW.
Out In the country a ways thereIs I I BROOK offers the best fountain 50, 100 Dollars (122.50) in m: and I \\ earl" engaged in business at In "oodlawn 1. 5; .. D1IIIngl'r 11.0. 320 rt X ?OO

a very sick old lady. So I dJ Wide variety without premium in 196*. !Starke That the Fla.parties Interested in saidbusiness Lot 37 In Wood- ft K 220 It to
I pen at only ".31? The boids have been or will be.validated ,. 10 R. 1. Watkins 3.10 ptofl'ieg It fj ::
not run the electric mower as ; are Thelma 1?. Johns and lawn 19 5 22 Henry Griff it 7.17
BRADFORD by the Circuit Court of
II -
1 0 Ella. Prince I
'of colors and points at Charley K Johns, sole owners. E'5 of N\,4, of SE'4' .". 5 2! 1"c.tfI 5. 6. Ulk D
Hi adtord Florida and the
might not hear the bell of TELEGRAPH.OFF1CML County I Starke, Fla. Uartel1 466I I'int'hur"t Sin n C 23 )
COUNTY approving opinion of dies J. Pat i. r..... Graham
the on the outside of I Dated this 24th day (,f April. 1953 of Bik 25 W. SuJfn
telephone terson. Esquire and Patterson. Freeman Geo. F. Young :.10 1 iq. A. In S. 'or- 7 03C.ltUi.ding
.3 5 :2
Starke : Law't'Y
County Florida.
the house. I shall do that later, !NOTKK OF H4LK1OOUO.OO Rithardson & Watson. Jai k- 'I 4/24 4t 511i'II'l One lot 23 fL N & ncr ofEI" of
\ xonville. Florida will be fuinishedwithout
2. bv 100 ft E. NI4 U c 22
the wait.I .i
as yard can Hrteaue HondaMr cost to the purthaser of the Tract A 01 West ; ftt
ttlllllea 'V side
bonds There will also .be furnished ; (INTENTION TO & W. on
have five little white chick ( of Marke. Florida of tate Street I'lnt' iii, n. 2) S n
IUt'mu: Ficrmoi Charles
the usual closing papers im-lud- N HIt E. Devlin 8 "
Sealed bids will be received b) t.flund..d X. byJ'fof"lt Corn 300 ft X from

ens. They were given to me by I the City ("un,1 of the City ..f rig i is no a certificate litigation stating pending that affeitingthe there Notice is ,hereby under given the provisions that theundersigned and 14. by SW corner of t

I keep them so far Marke. Florida at its r.gular1.la.e of finffio W. Law- X\\i4 of SEVi &
our grocer. validity of the bondsThe Chapter 20,953 Laws rot Florida, ..
I of meeting at the City .3 S.. Henry G. GrtHb 51.5'try run E. J50 ft S
in paper boxes feed them in II all. iStarke.. PYadford County purpose of the issuance ..f.ithese r Clerk Acts of of 1941.the will Circuit register Court with in and the etal SO ft K 210 ft N'

one box aifcl roost them in I Florida until 8 o't'lot'k I' )1. Eastern I of bonds is to finance the cost for ITadford County. State of Florida I."t I S,n of Hlk 250 ftV 460 ft
improvement to certain .
,I! Standard Time on Tuesday the 16th upon receipt of proof of publication 16. Town of Lawtey S 160 ft to pt of
another. I can keep the boxes I : hkh time avenuesand thoroughfares in theCity of Hall- Beg. except }i. of
i day of June A.1. 1)53. at \\ of this notice the fictitious East .
tlean. It wi!! be such fun to see I and place all bids will be publicly Bidders of Starke. to name of Herb Thomas Restaurant way In 23, 2. 25. :6 5 22 LuelDe KlltJu 1.31 Rd 32 C :' IdtlU Thomas Act. 10 vti
and read for fSO.OUO.OO I'tlll- are requested name under which we are engaged in business Corn at S\\' Corner Lots I. :J of L'ik 1
if some are pullets or roosters. I 11'1..n..d. the Interest rate or rates not to exceed UncolnMty (Sot %
,. Honds dated May 1. 1 mile south on I S. liighwa I.f Hlk 18 &: run
serially in nuiner-: four per tent (41) per aitnunmUlt1)les 4 214 ft for SB', W of It) .) 3! S S3Vk Hattie
Got more new rag rugs for the 1953 and maturing < 301. Starke. } 101. X. a Starkes 9 0Bd
In of 1/8 or I'lO of l "rEach ; W of Lot 1 Blk 5
kal, order In the years and amounts That the parties interested In said I't of beg thencerun .
weaver They are lovely. I havemore |las I follows: bidder may name not more business are: Herbert Thomas and W. 110 ft. N.tO Lincoln City (SH

rags torn to sew and then'have 'I leaf .\muBMt than three rates of interest and Peggy H. Thomas sole owners, 700 : ft. l110 ft. of SE*. W of Ry) 32 6 a J. Smith 9 09
mu't s-petify o his hid the amount Lots 2. 3. of Blk 6
1955 13.000 Lafayette St.. Starke, Fla. RIO:! ft to pt
will and maturities of the bonds of .a'h hrate Lincoln
two more made. They ; City (SH
me 3,000 Dated this :24th day of April. 1953. (.f Beginning. Town

be nice for certain spots in my 11S7 3,0(10 dates and must all bonds have maturing interest on at same the at Starke. Bradford County Florida of Lawtey East of Lotsl,7ofDIkC of SEW w. of Ry) 12"' C :} Hattie Starkes j u;

195S 3.000 4/24 4t 5/15 Railway In 23. 21. I
new home. hope.. Whoopee! m 3.000 same rates.N o bid of lens than par: .5. -I 5 22Ijiit ElIza olcCIenton 7.1 Lincoln City CSI.!.

and accrued interest or for lens of SE',.. W. of fly.) IS 5 23
4,000 Tn \PPP.\R ofLawley
1960 27. Tow Christina
Ufe I.
Is good. ,
so Dices
r 1,7
1961 4.00U than all of the bonds offered will In Circuit Court. Bradford CoiBty. 1-ast of 1 Lets i, 4. 5. 7. 8Blk
HELPFUL HINTS: A teaspoon be entertained. The i II.041. will beawarded 13 Lincoln
Florida In .
Ui! 4.000 i Chanrerr.y Itailway In 23. .
to the lowest bidder offeri1 J. W. Barber Li City (Si*., of SEVi
June ( lakes, .
in boiled will 1 193: 4.000 plaintiff.s George 25. %6 S 22vLs
fronting .
IIf'Int'gar I to purchase the bonds at th W. of Rv) It
I nit '.0011 lla... ', Defendant. of !: 335 It of St Hattie Stl&r""
keep it from bt-ing brittle. Add isci :ooo lowest interest cost to the CitvSuih Case N'o. 97J3j : lot 30 Town of Lot 4. Rlk 14 Lincoln ; 'f

cost to be determined bv deduitint j" Notice To Ippear. l\wtf'Y cast ofRailrtay City (SH of

; the total amount ..f any Too: June ( takes whose residence I I IT In %3. Z4. SEV4 %V. of Ity.) SS 6 SS Edna J. Smith .
premium bid from the aggregate.tmoimt J. ll, .Io re 4.18 Lot 8 of Blk Z ''
a rid address I b: I' Ke iwick 1'111.1, 25. :6 5 22 1 Security -
I of interest all of lb.I f IlomeKit
upon S yra.use. New York.
L i.t 42 Town of jaw- .
{ i uiids.. from their date until tlie.ii You are hereby notified that Icy East of Rall- II'' In NW't of NWv 15 6 22Wk Mr. Wm Il.mko/ 1l1 j .
I, I. -IU tVe maturities. Will Ie e,
suit forDivorce I \ of SWH4 36 I J2 40 .
way in %3. 21, %5. :6 5 22v Asa lfulllt.r I ii II I
K: h bid be
ii must enclosed in a incorporating ordershas Com 210 ft 1of N\V
\ 1 acre of Lot
.iltil envelope marked 'Proposal been filed against you in thebove n Town of Law- corner of Xtt'i. of
f..r 1.4 tilities Revenue Bonds" aid ari. named Court and cause and NEt, & run S.
.u'I I..- ,ompaiiled h certified Icy East of nall- Iarry KittIes :.'I 210 ft E 420
INTEGRITYof ) a you are required to serve a copy of way in 23, 24. 25, :6 5; 23 ft
P. bank cashier's check for }1,500. N. 210 ftV.
your answer or pleading to the lot 420
Lot 54 except 1
\.I'. livable unconditionally to theuler complaint on the Plaintiff's In X" corner & ft to pt of I.Vg 5.7 22 :2NEl Susie Miller 7 '..,
.f the City of Sturke, Florida Attorney. Evan T. Evans. 103 '
conduct and dealing with} better iii whi..h no interest will be allow- Law Exchange Building. Jacksonville lot LaWfoty 55 Town East of ifEatlway All ,,that of XE portion>4 of I 7 J2 40 C.II. Smith I I" ,

I..t raid or rejection of bids will Florida
} and in t in %3. :4, a. lL Pearce: .". .. RH of "Iut
thoutfMtfulness economy all >< on tl/e date above stated upon and file the origrnat in inc office of .au W of
25. 25/ 5 23 6EVi County
I "II't {f the bid and the 'h"l'kli of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
our serving these mark the reputable I lii.. un-u<-..eful bidders will be re- >r before the on i El4 of NV4 of 10 John Allen (j.ulSW graded lid Ii.7 21 SLot Antho iy |_ k :
25 5; :: 5 it Kessler'sAdd
in-ltd immediately The check of 25 day of May, 1S51: ;
quality of this well known firm.. I the suctetUiful bidder Will be held 'itherwlse the allegations of said S 1L. of XW ot 10 C C Putt S.as''' H 7 22 Emma 111.-.,. 4 ";
si:'. :5 5 22 Lot 14 o fBlk 14 19 7 22 .
Gladys I. SN.ifer
un ashed as security of the perform- Complaint will be taken as confessd : "
an. e <>f his hId. but in the by you.This XIJ of NE'4 of NE14 5 Clrde Lee Z'10of SE", of XF:', 21 7 ft 40SWV tnu-'ar (;rlffj- I IJ: !I"""

that the successful bidder hall event fail notice shall oe published 8EI. 25 5 2: of NW 22 7 22 4 0 Osiar rlffii. 1 I'. J J.

to comply with the terms .,f his bid once each week for four consecutive N\vi.4 'If N'-t4 of H.. of SWl, of

the check may then be cashed and weeks In the Bradford County Tele- SE'P of KF', except Ry 21 7 22 SCorn Tyden Yarn I 1. 41

DeWITT C. JONESPhone the proceeds. retained and craph. SFi.e of XW ofSEi4 at SW corner
full liquidated damages as for Dated this 17 daof April 1953OFFICIAL &: Et; of of NKi. of NE%

7 Starke, FUu The right to : ( SEAL) Ch:tries A. Darby : S\V'. of N\ of & run :-J. 150 yds
rijtt't and.
bids is reserved any all Clerk of the Circuit Court I :l-I. 21/ 5 2% :0 f'rtslty &: TtUJ.D for pt of beg

City of Starke. By Marian L. Ciosby. Deputy Clerk Green II 0" thence run E 70 ydsX I
Florida 4.2. 4t 5 'lS W'i hf ofNW14 70 yds W 70 yd(
n.e 1 Sn. By Carl Johns '.": 8"-4
s-n Cit Clerk. I of SE'4 26 5 22 S Isabel & DotyXe 5 70 yds to pt of

Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur ) :.NOTICE TO tPPEUt \\ som 3.,10 Reg 2' 7 22 I John J<.nes (72 I
5.S at 6 5 I. Circuit tourt.. Bradford ('oa.',. ]Lot 8 In Peets.viii. Llk 6 except lots

.'I..rl local funeral home enables nj to offer conveniences t.ZIJ In The County JudVa Court la Campbell Plaintiff vs.Louis | ]Lot 9 In Putl.ville Hampton Park-

services not otherwise available.W _lad"Fur rubae.In llradford. ..0..tF. FloridaIn Campb..n. Defendant. IS 5 2% 5 Green &: Strong 4.U XE' "f !SE>, *rr.

Ca e:0.. 9794 1 acre In X\\- corner 31-o'W', of XWf4A
Ke Estate of Noble O Maxwell. Notice To Appear.To 1 Willard &: Craw .
I of SEI, of N\V 3S S 22 & \ of N'L4 of
tttssssssss SSSSrrfltsfls-a-sss rrssssrss.WI .. Deceased I II : Louis Campbell whore reslden. ford 2.1 51
swt K 3J 1
*< 1 I! "". Farah Firufcrr : ,
I \OTICE PltORlTK: I is: Clinton, S. S and whoemailing I\v'.i of NE'4 10 6 2% iO KaYI &: Mills 10.1 11 SU-i4 ufW'", Ex- I
furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and To _111 Pertuas Interested la TheF.ilate address is general Delivery vi4 of :c-'" of cept that portion

&c.Hpt AN ? life insurance policy in force issied by ANT Of *alj IWedeatt'inn You are hereby notified that a :;E'4 11 6 2% 10 J. M. Lancaster 3.97X lying between RR
are hereby notified that i iwr a suit for ,
of &: Hd. Rd. &
company as payment In part or In full on a funeral. :tten instrument purporting to b.. Divorce :Et4 &: XWI of except that portion
the last will and testament of said has been filed against you in theoAbo.e 30 E. Eo Horn 11.11S
Consultation carries no obligation.S4jasssratjpnrrssrppssssrsrsgs. EJ. of SEt, 15 6 2: X. of County I It
d.t has been admitted to named Court
probate and cause and of SEt4 orS graded Rd 35 1 2: It 1. A Mllllkln 1 HIlartty "
-rs 3 s-S rs S srs t I in this tourt You are h..rt'by you are required to serve a copy of \\" of X\\" 1'1 6 22 5 Annie GOOd\\JD It.U Com at SW corner
lommended within six calendar your answer or pleading to the I .
E ofEt.. ofSE4 of SWVi of XWiJ
months from the date: of the' first complaint on' the Plaintiff's f
i exceptacres & run E 331 ft
publication of this notice to appearin Attorney Joseph K. Skipper, 221
I In NE cor- for a pt of Beg1
this court and show cause if any Graham Building, Ja.ck son vIIII'. 1S Ernest Den 6.05
ncr 15 6 22 thence run f: {99
\ "u oan. why theaction of this Floridaand
Com at SE corner ft X li5 ft W In
,'urt in admitting said will to pro file the original In the office of t
of Section & run ft thence SB
bate should not stand unreroked.Theron the Clerk cf the Circuit Court : par.
t CROSS COUNTRY CHATTER A. Yawn. or before the w. 105 Ft for a with Ry C38 ft to .

County Judge.Bradford County FlaOTICR 25 day of May. 1953; pt of beg. thence 1/tofiteg 15 J J: n Jotnten (."

otherwise the allegations of said run X. IDS ftV Com at SB corner

1L > TO APPEAR Complaint will be taken as confessed 105 ft S lOS ft E of SWH cf XWTi

with la Clrealt rrt. Bradford C.mmtf, by you 105 ft to P1 of Lester Preutt 25.(9 & run W 121 ft to
23 & 22:
FI.,ld.. I. Ck.-rr. This notice eftan ee published Wg. WIlde of ltd for a
J..s'o'r! trooper. Plaintiff vs. *ne* each week for four consecutive ('om at iE corner pt of beg thence
Howard weeks In the Bradford ..f seetlon &: run W lit ft N
Mac White D "per. Jr. Pefendant.Case : County Tele- run
grsph W 315 ft for aPt
No. S 02 453 ft E 41C ft
Settee T. Appear. Dated ths: 23 day cf April. 1953 lOf beg thence to Rd thence S

Ti. Howard I). Cooper. Jr.. whose (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby run X. 105 It W along W side of Iw.

I r.-Id'n..e .11.d address is:: SSI North Clerk of the Circuit Court 210 ft S 105 ftE P.' to pt. of I>g 12 I 2! 5 Ira C. Frazier 3* I

Had sort of a rugRod week. onto the shoulder. Who da you Carolina Sfeet Mobile. Alabama. By Marian 1... Crosby, Deputy Clerk I :10 ft to pt cf Lester I"rnatt 25.5, W4, of Lot 10 of ftllc

:::c A long haul from Tampa to think was at the helm You are hereby notified that a 4:24 4t ;.'15 beg :0 6 :% A Mt. I'leafiant
1 lot no ft E .
sut* for S D as recordedin
Naples to Miami to Ky Westvith MacDowell. from
Orlando. He & W b 111 ftN
: y
Pivorce care' and cutty ofmlnrr NOTICE TO .APPEAR Plat Book Z.
\ motor trouble en route. patched up my face, quietedthe child In Circuit ('..arl. Rradlord County, & S in"W page 45 12 1 22 ,,i. Graham "

Then when I got back to kids down, changed the tire has been filed against you In the ; l-'lorldai In (-hanrrrj. corner 0' Xof % Mra. Alma Hogh 2.45J7 Track 1 B ML Pleasant _,

1 Jacksonville Mar>.. my wife and trailed us into Daytona." above named Court and cause and Juanita Gunter. Plaint! ff, vs. Don- NW"-4 :1 6 :2 S'D as r* '
had a patch OUT her eyebrow I grinned. Good old vou are required to srve a copy of.. Icy E. Gunter Defendart. | Lot S Dlk 1. San.ny Johnte Client 3.Liit corded in Plat
Mae your answer, or pleading to the Case No. 9793' Acres S'D Z1 i :: Book page 4$ 13 | 22II Fred Dodd 3 ZOil
t and looked sort of pale :I said. "He knows his ft-st aid." oompUint on the plaintiffs Notice To .Appear 9 P4k :. Sun- .4 Acre In SB

"It was like this. Mac" sha "And I know this." Mary Attorney A. J. Thomas. Jr. I To: Donley t:. Guntrr. whose resi i f ny Acres S D Z1 I 2: Alberta. nHa 3'71 comer of SK<4 ofNW4&N22ft D

told me. "I took the kids down 5.id.ow Stark, Florida dent and addre-s ;? Unknown. i Lot 10 Blk 2, SUD- ., I

: ;I

.;:; Bunnell.! our right front tire ( Circuit Court. 1 D. A.. Manaisa I.:if except 2 lots to t:
Florida truck drivers are courteous "n or before the Divorce I I IIY Acres S/D :1 6 :: Robert J. Dodd 13' 21 Fred F D'xld JO 2J

2 burst. When I slammed on the dependable and helpful. 1 day of June li-JJ, ; I has beenfiled against you In the 1 W 'i of Bit 1 S of I NE"4 of SW. of

,; brakes, they locked.: Mhead I'm right proud cf jour industry otherwt the allegattuns of said' above named Court and cause and I 4 R. 2 W. except 1Acre :-E'4 & 4 Acre in I

hit the rear-view mirror. Don't and its Mac." Complaint will be taVen as con you are required to serve copy of''I i in XE corner ,!i NW f-rner of
= bo men. tossed by you. your answer or pleading to the corn-.4 & except 1 i SE'4 '.f XE% U' 22 M: Fr..dI.! DId : OJif.
worried- the kids are all "And don't forget." I said This notloe shall V e publIshed; pla.nt on the Plaintiffs Attorney i i! lot in SE corner I W :330 ftI E 730 i
right. So am I." my chest expanding a little once: each week for four consecutive Joseph K. Skipper 221 Graham 105 ft X. & S. i I ft of SE* of

I looked her OUT carefullyand 'the industry is paying itsway. week in the Bradford County Telegraph Building. Jacksonville Florida I!I bylOftE&W&EtofBlk1 NE', 24 S 22 !i Fred S fj'.dd t s: E

:l1 wiped the sweat off 195! I .and file the original ta the office of I I I Lot 21 Indian
During : the
my owners Dated ths 25 day of April 1951 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on !T s. of n. I w.I i "
2S/SI t 22 W. If Her
:: neck."Whew. of Florida's ))) (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. before W. E. Beach ; J32;: 1.
2CO.aX trucks Darby I or the 25 day of May. i Temples SID :1 i :: J DowUltglI.n; 2 Indian Beach,
- I said. "Looks like paid almost $7.000.000 regis Clerk of the Circuit Court 1953. otherwise the allegations tti N ISO ft of W i I
Unit No. I IS' 22 Robert J Gav.n ;; ijM
: the doctor fixed you up all tration fees and for license By Marian L. Crosby Deputy- 51 4t Clerk 5. 22OTICK : 'i said Complaint will te taken as confessed of Blk ( S. of B Lot 5 Indian Beach i
. right, honey Glad it happened tags. That could improve a lot This notice you. shall 2 W. & N ISO ft Unit No. S 513. t tX

.. near a town where there of > TO rHKDITOR* be published of ES of Bile 6 1 9 a v. H. Scott (32
. was public roads where we'd once each week for four consecutive S. of R 3 W. & i iI.
:; a doc" have less blowouts if only it I. ... Court ft the C.n.ty Judge.Bradfr4 weeks in the Bradford County Tele. XWofEIk6S

oj chuckled. ('oaat,. Florida I. Pr.ba .- graph. .
Mary "Three minutes was used for that purpose. I. Dated this 23
day of April 1953.
- after it l Acre in
happened she "Stow the oratory Mac," In re Estate of Fred A. Scott. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darky Temples S/D 21 I :: 4 W. C McCGrd HSJl B. KELLY

I said, "a big trailer truck pulled said Mary. The coffee's hot f\eceul'd. Clerk of the Circuit Court Lot 7 BUt IS. No. TAX COLLECTOR

To All Creditor's sad Per... Harlag Py Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I Reno S D In SW
Claims or l)*..*.d. Axala l 4/24 4t 5'IS I of NEV of SEV. & FLORIDA

(Advertisement alYou. F tale: I I I W4 of SEV of S/l 4t 523f :

and each of you are hereby: NOTICE TO PPER 1 SEH :1 5 2! Marie Dukes (.(7

notified and required to present lay I. Circuit (.art, Bradferd C..atjr




to ---- ;

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I liberalize present FHA proy.sio.-u' Nitrogen NecessaryFor i'spring growth period Such grass I'!'er recommended an eniulsion of ::Iisd a rice visit together. Our 1941 the local Union was n.
!which would enable our citizensof often contains leSs than 3 percent Ii I one gallon of oil and one gallon daughter. Dottte Fields, also organiied and named the Umr.i
low Income to OWN a home. Good Pasture protein and cattle can hard! eat of water. applied.It h a specialappncator came out to tell us she is leaving Scott Union in honor of the los -

BILLY MATTHEWS I and not to make them permanent ; In Summertime enough to make gains Dr Gammon to obtain good Jistnbation Ma 23 for New York and will lag service of Ur Scott !' nn
. vassals of the Federal Government ; points out that nitrogen'fertilization and sate: time'mvvvvvfvTn..mlvvv1 f"1 on to France to live as long as faithful years of ministry in ttv-
t; WASHINGTONNEWS by renting forever from the Keep your pastures well supplied at this time wil* Oaties. her husband, is in $ervIV worthy cause Mr Scott continued
. Government. I' with nitrogen in summer if quickly increase the amount of ll't' working for the furtherance of

i .4 LETTER Sincerely; Yours. you want lush nutritious grass i protein in the grass and so increase this Movement so dear t- his
Billy Matthews I This is the advice of Dr Nathan cattle gams or milk production LONG BRANCH wife's heart
: *
i Gammon Jr. of the Florida Agricultural i I I MFJUOUIVM The local W C. T. \' takes

. HINTS TOHOUSEWIVES I Experrrent Station soils hjr Mr4.. Strickland: : naur.mrJUr.UlHT: >OOTTS this opportunity to. express Its
Someone has Bald that "LgU- on there are of great benefit to I .
i Use Of ,
Mineral .
department. Oil.1 i sincere sorrow in the passing rUns
. latlon in Congress ii passed by I II our whole nation. I Provide other needed nutritive i u..uuuu..Aa....... Sept. 1871 Apr. :1.I.I 19S3In faithful
I a true Gentleman a
9 !
I committee" Whenever a bill is : One of the most important bills BERRY DISHES i[elements also or the growth produced To Control Suckers ; Due: tmy mother's illness and I the passing of :Mr Frederick Member and a valued Friend I
considered and approved by a I I passed by the House in recent [ by the nitrogen will be duI May Rot Tobaccoi Mr Strickland and I being under!'Adelbert Scott into the Great Be- "And' I heard a Voice from r;

I committee it generally is parsed .I weeks was the first fiscal year j appointing. Pastures need lime i the weather, we wee not able to''yond. Tuesday. April :21, 1953 Heaven eating unto tre Write
, by the appropriate House of Con-i 1654 appropriation bill, providing Bern season gives the home- I phosphate, potash and minor ele- of mineral oil to control I I attend Homecoming at Long:the Starke Woman's Christian Blessed! are the dead which die in
grftM Each week I appear before $451 million for more than 20 independent maker many opportunities for I I rents as well as nitrogen in partsof "suckers" on flue-cured tobacco Branch last Sunday. I hear there Temperance Union lost a faith- the Lord from Henceforth Yea.
J Committee of the House or pre agencies and offices adding color, flavor and nutrientsto the state. You can get complete .*ray be followed by soft rot was a large crowd there however ful and loyal Honorary Member smith the Spirit that they may
4 pare tatement for their consideration for the fiscal year beginning her meals. details on pasture fertilizationfrom breakdown of tissue and other -people from: all over the and a valued Friend Mr. Scott rest from their labors and their

. trying to promote the July 1. This was $721 million, or Berries can add considerablyto a new Station bulletin, 515, :difficulties, the University of Florida state and some from Ooigia.Ve I had been an Honorary Member!works do follow them" Reelatton -
beat interest of our 01.1 rlc1. AS 61 per cent l less than the amount the vitamin C content of a Maintaining Fertility in Mineral Agricultural Experiment Station didn't have many at Ebene- for 45 years, having joined April 14:13.
an example, recently I appeared I recommended In January by former meal. Strawberries are highest in Soils Under Permanent Pasture. I advised farmers. zero I suppose everyone was worn i 17, 1505. He has contributed generously 1 Respectfully Submitted.:

before the House Ways and Means, President Truman and it was C. One cup of raw strawberrieswill I Nitrogen can make a surprising I As Florida farmers will be removing cut with the day at the big church.j and willingly of his time '!; Mrs. J. Thorasjuest. Vice Prrs
Committee aklng them to remove JIM million less than the amount provide more than the day's difference In the amount of forage suckers There is still work to be done on I influence and rr.oneto the Trea
from their cause Ii j Mrs. J. T Qulgley
the 20 per cent excise tax on admissions "recommended by President Eisen requirement of C. One cup of raw produced by a pasture. In fact I soon Fred Clark. crops 1 the building The floor is all down. '
Experiment Sta of TemperanceUpon : Miss S M Wallace Sec
to theatres. Before I I how r. One of the chief cuts the blackberries will provide 43 percent Dr. Gammon says, under proper tion Land the class rooms are almost
left home for Congress owners House made was to do away with while one cup of raw blue- ,management one pound of nitrogen mineral agronomist oil which pointed has been out used that finished It looks real nice. Come: the death of his wife in CommitteeThat's

of small theatres in 8 of our IS the construction of 35.000 low-j berries will supply 33 percent of supplied to the pasture in by some farmers for sucker see for yourself I

counties pave me factual information rent public housing units in fiscal .the day's C requirement Vitamin fertilizer may produce as much as I during the past few control -, I \Ve almost had "homt'C :mng" .
about their problem, and I 194 Most of these units were to I A, often low in our diets also can five pounds of beef gains provided has not given wholly satisfactory years fat I our house Sunday afternoo, Our Itusincss
am convinced that without the removal be built In our large cities These be increased with berries. the supply of other nutrients results and in (I Among: our visitors were our GUSS
of this special tax. they public housing units are owned by I Raw berries are fine with honeyor :is, sufficient. I in trouble some with cases the, has resulted nephew Mutt Hornsby and his If It's (;I3s., We \\;\\ fit'.

are faced with the loss of their the government, and the tenantsare sugar and cream in fruit cupsor : Don't apply all the nitrogen at "Often when good: control crop.of family of Jacksonville ReE CALL WHITE or VISIT
business This is a cane of taxingto the salads or eaten out of hand. ;once and expect gains all through
I never given opportunity I suckers has been obtained" Mr ; Harvey of Highland and our:
the point of diminishing re of home ownership. Statistics Cooking reduces their vitamin C i the sunrr.er, however Dr. Gammon .Clark explained "the plant stem I daughter Minnie Gurr and two Joe Peters Glass Co.
turns.I which I read confirmed my be- value. warns. You can maintain the has been '
i damaged by soft rot I Sons :Mrs Chat Starling and nmY: GLSSEEU; :
also appeared before the Appropriations lief that these governmentownedpublic I I Many home-makers have favor- :high protein: content of your pas- along the stem, causing leaf dropor
children, all of Jacksonville, and besipn FrontsJu
: We Modern Store
unit not the ture and produce beef gains or I
Committee-SubCommittee housing are ite berry recipes. Hot blackberryroll tissue breakdown near the
: consistent milk productionby :Tniby Pmhoistei of Brooker It t Mail! t'Os A I Pattern for
on AJt'rlrulture-and ,answer to our problem. I feel with butter sauce is one. To more base of the plant. In 1652. experi- -1 >
asked for continued support of that we should get the government make this delicious dish: Rolf. making two or three applications -! ments with mineral ml showed I:was the first timi that Jim had r Table Tops

our forestry research program. ''I out of private business rich biscuit dough thin. Cover gen- .' of fertilizer a month or six II I|I I about 50 percent control over ,'i seen Tiubv m 5v years and the 31S N. W. 13th St. (;lainesnlle. Fla. Phone 1353
AU indications are that this pro- I wherever possible, so I voted to I erously with blackberries and weeks apart. plants that were not treated Some I!
gram will be continued on the I rut this new construction which sprinkle with sugar. Roll and seal .I The cheapest way to provide growers who cooperated with the S
same lent I am proud of the research -I would cost the Federal Govern-,the ends by pinching together. ..nitrogen for your pasture is to ( Station in mineral oil control -TTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTTVfTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTTMEET
carried on by our Lake ment about $500 million and Bake in hot oven. When the roll I I grow clovers vetches lespedezas I Demonstrations were not enthusiastic
City station which has helpedour 'would also mean half of that is brown, pour water over it- I:and other legumes that carry ni- about there results." ATTENTION UK ATStrickland's

turpentine farmers and Umber amount lost over a forty-year 3-4 cup for a 10-inch roll. Continue i i trogen-fixing bacteria OB their I The Experiment Station worker
producers. The O.iceola National period to our local and state cooking until syrup forms. Serve roots. also called attention to researchin If You Have :
I I 1 i. LandingIteal
Forest is In Baker and government in the form of taxrevenue. hot with hard sauce. To make i I New legumes and systems of North Carolina which showed PINE OR CYPRESS 3?
Columbia counties, and the conservation The answer to the prob- the sauce, add one cup confec- pasture management are being I''mineral oil control very erratic
and other services carried lem of housing as I see it. is to I tioner's sugar gradually to 1I -. studied in an effort to get: free and damaging to plants in 1952. TIMBER TO SELL Bathing 1tr I t Hlrkory
I cup butter. Add one teaspoon nitrogen from the air all year- 'gas compared with results in preVious ,I t s
............... . ...............myy1-. 1 vanilla if desired. I A ; Large or Small Tracts It t It (
----.-.-.-.-.-.-........ . .----- I 'round for Florida pastures. Nocompletely | years. survey of 41 North Boating BAIL I

PLUMBING AT IT'SWe BEST I Blueberry Muffins I successful system for '!CarOlina oil farms on which mineral H'e Buy All I Fishing IHNNKKSIft
i Ingredients: 2 cups sifted flour ,doing this has been found so far. : was used in 1952 showed aleaf

2 teaspoons baking powder, 1.2 Even if you grow legur.es 'n winter drop of 82 percent Mr Clark' PAY TOP PRICES Bow ling r "'8 Senr
(:Guarantee Our Work teaspoon salt 1-4 cup sugar. 1 : vou will need nitrogen fertilization said. i I I
blueberries, 1 beaten I I Climatic conditions I'irnio Your I'artyGround.
And We Work cup raw egg on your summer pasturesfor may mfluj s / f ?
Quickly: f 3-4 cup milk, and 1-4 cup meltedfat hest beef earns and milk pro- I j, ence the results from use of min- I i !Write{ Call G ,, Pty e large: or Small
duction. Pastures of grass alone eral oil, the agronomist explained, i or
Consult lls When .. Directions: Sift flour baking I'need nitdogen: at regular intervals I and this factor is being given

lo Need Of Any Type Plumbing Air ConditioningNO nowder. salt, and sugar together.Mix :all through: the growing: season to t:careful attention in continuing B.T.THOMASLUMBER
berries with dry ingredients. maintain good production.Dr. research on sucker control. Catering To Church And School Group

JO It TOO SMALL combine egg, milk, and fat. and Gammon says that the I "Although removal of suckers CO.
add to dry ingredients all at once cheapest forms of inorganic nitrogen by hand is laborious" he said K1NGSLEY LAKE:
NO JOB TOO LARGE stirring only enough to moisten. are ouite adequate for pas- I "it is still the safest way of doingthe : I (PHONE 211 .J p.

3 Fill greased muffin pans two- ture fertilization. The fibrous job and avoiding trouble with P. 0. Box 735 t For Further Information Write
thirds full Bake in hot oven roots of most pasture plants can the tobacco crop." STARKE, FLA.

J. A. FILLYAW (1400 degrees Fahrenheit) about .pick UP such soluble nitrogen quite 'I Ir a grower does use mineral \ -- E F. W. Strickland, Starke, Fla.
20 minutes Makes about 12 med efficiently and little is lost through the Experiment Station work- : .f'_ ." AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.BUT
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FKn>.\Y. MAYthe 1.\ 19.SI.

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A. boys are using their tractor to''and Mrs. Beulah Harrell spent TTTTTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT -m
the accepted bid
pull a spike tooth harrow of D. R. last Wednesday wita relatives in .ur..ty U.ndyt and,..r"d..a 1"1a 0.ntravt,. 'S I..'.'"!'!'' :.iav t. .0
SOIL CONSERVATION THE RIGHT POINT for the !"..,.t In t.. I said frr ,-f the ar h '.
Devnck. to
\ !e .
i ,1.t ,. I-':'" arc r. U" .ojHldd"r
way jou write. Come In and select t. per .rt t H, ientra.t ... ..
George Brown Soil Scientist i i'or Visiting a: tie T. W. Marker > ..1U..lif. :?'!
., ,.
N.E.W.S jour fatorite KSTFJIBKOOK s t.f -tlr>. i The I" I" .
the Soil Conservation Service home list Sunday afternoon were Fountain Pen. :N. tddr Piiv withdraw h:. bi,1t. h.ttlhth tit Ilr".I: I ..
Only fJ7 r
: atR.Dt'ORD
t st. Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Dukes and .'t'tlt'ri"J"f. f.fter. dada alter Fi 1 nda.I .
By Hill Haas ; prepared a land capability j children COUNTY TELE- ir .if s*; ( r thtoprnin" IhrrvofAll ,I I The P'and of r-.b. .I. "
! ; map on T. Howell's place which I of Dukes. : Glt\I'll. 'I work !shall t>e o.'ne in accordni !i I of Bradford C.unt> r.erns '
U- S. SOIL CONSERVATIONSERVICE the Miss Mary Jo Green. who is now !j LIGHTSBy .. .> with plan. sproifu-atu-n% andtther > the right to ..a \ ,' .f
located High-j
is on Keystone ..
tontract 4"uln"nlto rrl It I.!' :n W .
&ti any and
I employed in Pa atka, the !! JJ.J_ .. r ; '
I way in the Theressa section A [ spent I th.nt Wh: : i> it rvAintnrd at I;; -: .;; bids.The .
tL weekend htte with her parents :i Brenda Bradford thr olfire uf the Sup.rl.'tt'nt..nl ->: ,
is of 1 1every I ; \OTICI. TO 'rl'l: \1& H lard of I'uhl : I'
land a
IrE capability map part the Roy Greens I I IB Circuit ,'...tt. Bra4(.rdMttrtiia '...a.,. i'ubiio Instruction, StW i.i! -..1.n ..r Krudforitj-.- F
! ._ #it.VI I complete! conservation farn II. : !. t kairrrt. i>r at the .ffi 'e >.f Sanf -rjrhite.t. \\ 5-v II 1' ,
Mrs. Dive Mrs. 1 I. o.\1 ,
Green Alex i.r \ !U. K -.1
r soil ,I-t-r 1'.1: 1'U.nff.. .\- 1'. ., S. r"Ur
plan prepared in any conser- I : 1. .nf" I'Un- .p. -:L. 4; .-. ,
Board of of Thf Board of > ,
f Williams and Mrs. Roy Green Junior Class paid great t'.' t I'-f< ...i.. .t
i Bradford Soil Conservation I of Clay District are :: vation district Land capability : were in Gainesville on businesslast honor to the graduating Seniors Case S,'. >'liI :

trict head! their regular I : an agriculture day i I: maps which are soil maps with J Friday I, when they entertained them atj!I \oltee T.nnr T. 1ppar V r.ta.. ...b..s* resident-

meeting in the Bradford : Farms and Fore I I the soils classified accord tg to I Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Kelly and the annual Junior-Senior Banquet, 1 land i addr.,-,> i>: c v Annlr \. Papi'-

ture Building in Starke on :1 at Penney Farms capability are used in helping iir>. 1 I i' bin": h... coif STth t.t't't.partnl". ntf
Ljoyd tryai were in dinpa'iccenm last Saturday. i j -< l. ng 1-land Astoria, N..w C,'rki
day. May 11 Those attending : Wednesday May :20 the landowner plan the best use attending the funeral of i I Y dU are hereby notified that a \\0"4a
II his land. The The Cafeteria was decorated inj' suit for
and treatment of
to'f .
Chairman Leon Mib Lewis
meeting were Smith a District I'I I Myrtle !>i\.r>-f G
1 ner; Supervisors Lloyd Green 1.1 wring !his tractor I!soil traps are made on aerial Mrs. Alex Willums spent the ':; keeping with the "Gay Nineties"theme i I has been filed against you in the a. -C
'I and reproduced and the Junior Class colors- above named Court and cause and t/l.
J. li. WamwUght. G T If ( to prepare the land photographs are weekend in jessup, i. .&. wan' you are required to serve a copy of .L. CO)
\ Blue and Silver The 30
Sophomore -
I and to scale so that distances and I your answer "r pleading to tho"umramt -
Secretary; Jim Sargent I F A. and Bradford Aiex s parents j "
the Plaintiffs
of irregularly shaped i Servers were dressed just on
Ilaaa. Soil Conservation Service I District Nur- acreages Air and Mrs. V. V. Hazen ofj Attorney Frank LandruruStorke.
areas can be measured. I as our grandparents were when Florida.
I The Board diacus.'wd I' Paulk used his trans- i, jitarKe Mere" among those attexu-i they were our The and file the original In the office of
[ age girls
'plan to attend the "Clay Foster Fhi a equip- ]:' George and Dorothy L. Anderon rig church services at :;ew Hope the irk of the Circuit Court on
wore highne'Cktblou'es and 'or before thet
I District's "Back the ; made a request for a Soil and I '
Conservation fill! nr. The F F' L.a 1hJst unuay.: II I .
farm I 1I I\ long skirts with bustles and their :> day .1 June 19b1.otherwise
Water plan on ,
We hear that Mrs. Corubt'rThumb the lleKBt'.uns of said y
their place in the Long BridgeSt male partners wore shirts of bold Complaint will 1-e taken as confeca- ::
is home Gild doing and handle-bar ed by you. 1
stripes sported
chon. i!i'iuc > This notice than be published
I j tern
? > operau in ,
i mustaches.The
1 once each week for four consecutive '
'fgeh John Dukes a District CIIOp- Jacksonville several wteAs" a;o. : I eels in the Bradford Count
long tables were decorated -
Thj'-j orator. mailed George an appli- Mrs. Telegraph.
Green l1
Mary spent several with bouquets of snap-dra I lutfii tii-: 6 .J..y "f May, 1953.;
ation blank for Soil ConservationWork days railing her sisiei .us. n. h.1|( I (OFFICIAL SKAD Charles A. Darby
to Barnwell. S. C George brown m gons. and at each place was aj i Clerk of the Circuit Court
Worthington Springs ; Dr :Marian L Crosby Deputy Cl rk
miniature beer filled with
likeflI his farm often, mug
q away from so last wee Umie mere sue attended I 55115:9
with a soil conservation farm plan. the i salted nuts. Each lady present
you his work housewarming was given a small glass; slipperto UEHIHII'I'f IIIKHIKKU: ..( HllOI.llruoker WOMENWHO .
will be able to for
he plan and \ rs. John Hale 01 I ,
file !1'O well ahead of.time. t \vortnington. I keep as a remembrance of the I bid received FloridaAny after the spr.tir4 ,. KNOW...
: occasion and every gentleman was time and date will not be cur.siderrd. :
A basic soil and! water conservation Motner s Day" was quite at. .
{ presented with a bamboo cane.
farm plan was prepared event at the rt J. Jones home I I bach.. bid must be accompj1 COOK
ba ,' .rufi..dh.'k bid buntthe ELECTRICALLY
J The consisted invocation or !
program an
fur E. L. Crawford on his place I I .
Sunday, zu 11 of their >
.... --.. \"" IS children amount of five per i-ent of t
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Ii. .\-1 by p.eW. C. tcAlile .
) base bid
A<," which is located four miles out *eie Home to enjoy the day with as guarantee that the l\.1

11. ". .' .- r.\' the Brownlee Road. Lawton is their mother. After a bountiful the singing of the Alma Mater der.within if awarded ten consecutive the contract,'.do'Id..b will\!.!'I. FLORIDA
; .. \ the Welcome by Robert .., POWER & LIGHT COMPANYr
'f 4. : 1 planning a combination pasture, dinner Manning.President after written notice i t. ma;
ti1. ." served out of doors Mrs.
given of such award,
.h""" of the Junior class, the enter nil" a
o u ra.. feed and truck crop operation. Jones opened her many lovely written ntraot with The H".tr l > '
f .." 1-- r-.JQ. For his pasture grasses he plans gifts of re.Temberance. Children Response by Dvlano Thomas, Tubh.Instruction of liradlrdt'ounty !
:(1. '. : ::' Florida, in aoioniaiueMtli < "
the Senior
president Class and
Pensacola Bahia, Pangola, I ," \ ,
;' 0 use present for the gala affair were: ,- I I I. / ,
..Jtf i } ':. J =- _,-..., \} mi Coastal Bermuda. : Mr. and Mrs.. Ernest Russ and then after dinner a Iu..icall,I
._:!'f..,.r' '. ... 0'
,.-I '.;:'. ... -, il fiE family; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Jones the I r rI
\ by servers.
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,. and family; Mr. and Mrs. Thur-
'. :. : ii. ,J {.. The Juniors certainly went "allc.at" !
ri. \. ::::;, .J man Jones and family; Mr. and '
"\. = in order to give the
_- .. : grads a
.... .. A., Mrs. Gordon Jones and family. I o
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; -. i bang-up banquet. We are all anxious
\ ........:.III.--! : .<. ..\.. t Mr. and Mrs. Malcom Jones anJ ,
to see what they have SALE
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(I"\I"t \ ,I Grace G. BighamLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA..AAAAAA family; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jones -
; I. .' "t I the prom night. ,"
11 L..1t l ".a-- ----, and family; Mr. and Mrs. Eail!i 11 -1 'J M
: Gordon and far.ily: ; Mr. and Mrs. I '' / For Limited Time Only I
TELEPHONE NUMBER Mrs. Frank L. Tomlmson entertained i ""
CALL I Herbert Norman and baby Mr. ( at most Bordenr Dealers
NOW GOES HERE her son Frankie on his ; Next Thursday! the Senior l-- '- : -
| and Mrs. Phillip Jones and! family
second birthday with a party at Girls will be the guests of the r, \ '
Let tell how the ; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jones; Stark Junior Woman's Club at \
us you you can get nw their home near New River last ; I'
Jack. Gerald
Saturday afternoon. | Lee Sandra and an afternoon tea.
I I Hazel Jones. Also ff 1
I Joining little Frankie in the e eI r
RCA foom II I festivities wele Mary Jane and several friends from Starke. j I I II I

Patty Bigham. Gene EdA-ards. 1! Mother's Day dinner guests ofI II I The Student Council trip provedto c_ _

Argent and Glenn Tomlmson, Joan, I. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Harrell wer* be very nice. We visited Fletcher i I

Beverly and Russell Green, Gail Rev and Mrs. S. F. Beard. I High School at Jacksonville Our

E11Condfl01et and! Harold! Andrews, Linda Giyle .: Mrs. James W. Thomas attended I Beach last Wednesday and found Burglary
our hosts to be inormati'e.I .
Green. Susan Wait and Elizabeth the 60th anniversary of W. M. very
rrI. ( | Fletcher Student Council held
., Green. U. luncheon at the Recreation for
Jvtl Few fnnii a Day I Policy :
at ,low at | a typical meeting for our benefit pays
Hurry I Thousands are buying sleep- Assisting Mrs. Tomlinson in : Building in Stake last Thursday.
and followed it with
and year 'round breathing comfort this 229.50 serving refreshments were Mrs. | The Brooker Baptist Church a round what
table discussion at which time is
jncipcn ive way. And. we find most want Howard Wait, Mrs. Bill Bigham welcomes R. F. Gano and Bennett ordestroyed.
RCA. Let us tell you about the year No dow para.nt'round I we shared ideas. Fletcher seemed _
benefits of air conditioning and and Miss Polly Ann Wait- I Jerrell as new merrbers: .
:Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Harrell and I especially interested in our newlyorganized
all KCA's exclusive features. Call now! rote up la i i Mr and Mrs. George Davis and ,
_. Mrs. Beulah Harrell entertained a Court as they
ICA FACTORY SERVICE AVA-UBIE 78 ti Ic p- afternoon
j children spent Sunday
have had similar trouble policingline
group of their relatives with a '
swimming at Hampton Lake. Also Charley E JohnsAgency
breakers, etc.
buffet luncheon at the M. O. Har- /
rell home Sunday. Out-of-town enjoying the swimming there I a. .
( were Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Russ I ,
CHAS. C. SHEPHERD guests included Mr. and Mrs. W. Phone IS STARR. FL utr
C. Raborn of St. Petersburg Mr. and children. I "Senior Class Day" will be held
and Mrs. W. W. Raborn. Mr. and 1 Mrs. Don Long and daughter I Tuesday. The Seniors have decided ...i ...

Radio TV Sales & Service Seat Cover; Mrs.V.. W. Raborn Jr. and[ ,:; Vickie, of Lakeland were visitingthe 'Ito I spend their day at Jacksonville .E. .....

family, and Mrs Alwin Raborn A. Millers last week. Mrs. I Beach this year. ... .... I I 6.N A wr rr
TIIONE: 239 STARKE FLA. See next week .
I you
and daughters of Jacksonville. Miller drove them home over tho lepr.Mcrtin THE TRAVELERS HartfortENTHUSIAS -

Mrs. Guy Harrell and daughters weekend, returning to Brookei -Brenda Bradford _-4

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13&RH: ; HI IBEarl .. '1 It.\. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pinholste 1

and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pinholster, \ HERE'S
jr. of Jacksonville were Sunday

COOK'S visitors of their mother, Mrs. 1\j / ,,. I E wy survey shows it .

Rosa Pinholster. j jMr every
and Mrs. Wilson Green j Li: I'

FEED and daughters were Sunday luncheon !
autom..Lilr. around today -
guests of Wilson's family. I)

Phone 339-J 1.2 Mile From Starke City Limits North the Dave Greens. Sunday after this! liigh-powerni. LigbljiW
\ aP" Super "an" for 19SJ-anJ: that sf
Rights Reserved noon they visited Melba's parents ; ...
& SAT.. MAY 15. 16 Hardees LaCrosse. I + a miglity:; |IKOfiI.IJe.itwtirt
the J. E. in y

: lull AM n IlKISKET: WHITE Sunday guests of Mrs. Rosa ,! */ : r '- I It means that your HI.Ltmul.iJo\

Pinholster were Mr. and Mrs. f -i AiP l. .&::.1 ; I will roinmand top print a. a lI I
Floyd Wiggins;: of New River. traijr-in will i
I get: you lop(
BEEF POTATOES 2SC Tuesday night guests at the \ / clrl on your ont Ol\
Junior Bighams were Mrs. J. L. .nthulOi..m (,* the

Whittle and son Ricky Mrs L. L. ;,
FRESH SLICED POHK SHOULDER JIM DAMIY( ( Hardee and "Peewee" Hardee 011 T E-t E I R I M I ,m"n" in your [MKlrt!

'fb Jacksonville. 'llii great popularity\ it jot one
CHOPS 49C Lbs Enjoying swimming and a pic- car the "Rocket"can mean mt advantage e orowniriya/ .

GRITS 39C nic lunch at Keystone Lake 01 I I OI.I"rwIile-ith iu famous

JPI Sunday were: Pollyann Susie. none y i n yourTpdckeT !L _ J "Kwkft" Knginr. Towrr 5tl.l-

Jeanne and J-y Wait. Stanley :: Power Steering*, PeJJ-
'RE John. Annette and Shirley GreenWe / \ e i'owrr UraLet. Su make a

Ib hear these teenagers really enjoyed '/Jj .: I dale with the Olile

HAMBURGER 29C Ib jar } themselves. .\ .d, : "H.kft C8" right DOW!
LARD 3 47C W. M. I'. MeetingThe ?

Brooker W. M. U. met a 4\f .Ti... r.." ,..,.,..
SLICED RINDLESS 4 .. ..... ,f"i.e.-
the church Wednesday afternoonwith
Ih cello YELLOW ROSEFLOUR the president Mrs. Wil.c

BACON 39C Green presiding.Mrs '

$ .9 M. O Harrell. program j ,
151bs \
chairran. was in charge of the

FRESH SLICED program 'The Excellent Way For

Youth." Participating in the program
Ib TID-HITS were Mrs. Green Mrs.
James Thomas. Mrs. Lloyd Barry

PINEAPPLE can 14C and Miss Lubedia Pinholster. I

Plans were completed for the I
60th Anniversary program. It will I ap"I

Ib OSCEOLA be a "pot luck" supper with Miss

44C Lubeda: Pinholster in charge 01

the program. The day Is Friday.

RICE 5/is 69C May Z:!. S:00: p. m.. at the Community -

P.\I. RIVER Center. Everyone is cordially -

Ih invited to come bring HcovcrM I

. BOLOGNA 27C FL.\. NO. 303: CAN dish and join in the cele-1 I

bration! I

TOMATOES 1 10CPlakorn Brooker had quite a bit of ex- :

TENDER CHUCK ROAST OR citernent Monday lO1 half' of 115.

went racing out to the Roy Green I j ..

Ib ho"ie b-hin i STEAK 39C CORNMUFFIN
serious damage was done as the f
I and both
i fire was out before the truck ar-1
Flat o (PIECRUST MIX 26C -- I
rived thanks to the efforts
I ol i .
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ONLY Ctr l*xn l."ROCKET"Sap.U' Is..tu. .4 c.el )1 Vdn.
S3? FOOD; A1.I.MEAT SMOKED Rov and son Kenny. l

! SAUSAGE Ib 33 ; ..PERSONAL tr VI'' ./ I'. SIZEIVORY J''rJU1WI.. lilI t.' J; her spending daughter> Mrs.home Tom and this in past new Steele Vero granddanp1 week Beach returned with after*her t, I I ENGINE 0 1 0 8 M U B DEAL I l E lI I F

,, Mrs. Ernest Edwards and little
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U. S. Good Western BEEF '- -
.... Card of Thanks I
.-. Bars I want to thank al of my TORODE CHEVROLET CO.I

i .CHOICE (TTS AT PRICES YOU CAN 4 2SCI friends for their IIa.1Yisits.. I

PAY (flowers gifts. cards and most of : Phone 111 Starke, Fla. Call and Court Streets
prayers during recent -
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