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: December 4, 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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Louise Hampton, negro laundress, one night last week :,, 1." ".. ,,

put her five children to bed and decided to leave her tarpapered .. : .' .,: '

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Sylvester, 5. In a chair in :another there were no nearby telephones .' o.,". t..
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at the scene of the fire. The house .II! :: :
room .were Charles,' two, and ;;.' Y
Viola, one.Iaaise .' had been leveled by the time the '''f' \ ;
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Charles and Viola buriedTuesday
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fire to the"sheet ,metal "red. hot" .
afternoon, after services
'heater and left one oil lamp, burnteg. in the New Bethel Baptist Church, FIttti CHIEF D. W. CARPENTER (white coat with lantern) flashes THREE SEARCHERS plow through ruins behind tangled wreckage of SYMBOLIC of pre-tragedy happier days is the prized bicycle of one

electric lights
In this( 3-room were,no converted bar- Rev. A. Vinson officiating. lighten ruins as spectators stand still, apparently transfixed, by metal bed (foreground) in which three of the children were of the children seen here going the way of all the family's other pos- I

The great aunt. Viola, tellingof grim scene that greets their eyes __ sleeping. Woman at right throw up hands In dismay. sessions. Light area in foreground is blazing fire.
racks.) It was around. 8.,o'clock, __
I the tragedy, said that she was ,
Louise guessed; as she stepped out .
over at the neighbor's house at
into the November darkness.It .
chilly the time. She heard the older
was the night after Thanksgiving "
children screaming as they ran out
,"which had been like: other Single
any of the house. Running to the door BRADFORD COUNTYELEGRAP
day to her. She had worked all
i of .,the neighbor's house, Viola C
day. i could see the glow of fire through Copy
She 'wa11rd the house of
past .
I cracks in the door of the Hampton
Viola Carlton a great aunt of her 1

children, who lived next door, and house. Official County Publication Established'In 1879 .
Other neighbors ran in to help
continued down the road. Friends
but, it was too late, even then.
stopped her along the, way, and Viola said she had to hold Willie, VOLUME 8E\'E. TY-FIVE / STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY DECEMBER 4, 1953 NUMBER TWENTY-ONH
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pained to
'j. the oldest boy, .to keep him from ,
Some time later she doesn'tknow
running back into the blazing .
:just how long she heard Phillips Company
house for the babies.
screams from the.direction of hhome. Santa Due
I Firemen were unable to determine -
Turning and, running towards
the origin of the fire, as the
home Louise saw the house was burned down completely Buys Second Teenage
frightening glow of fire. It washer ,
the time
by they arrived. The .
house. Viols: the aunt was .er
doing the screaming.The surviving children! couldn't say Safety Here
what started the blaze. I Site For StationBen TodaySanta
home was a blazing mass Louise and her three children i CouncilOn

when Louise arrived on the scene. are living at present with then ,
The three oudest children we i
great aunt, Viola. Individuals
(Ole Sarge) Suslow has Announced -
safe but Charles and Viola had The Ball
have the stricken
become a part of the smoking family the sale by himself and Claus will make his annual visit to Starke this
with gifts of food and
,Yubble. Their bodies1 lay In the Some cash has been donated toward A. J. Thomas Jr. of property norti morning (Friday), arriving about 9 a.m. for a pre-parade

;' ,.ttU-hot ashes until removed later funeral expenses. They need of BHS on U. S. 301 to the Phil- tour of all the classrooms in the primary and lower elementary -

by attendants from a Gainesville lips Petroleum Co. for 18500. grades Bradford High School
more help though, in the form of during the morning. He
negro funeral home. This is a part of the former F. A. will be escorted his .
clothing and food or anything else helpers on the tour of the school.
The Starke fire department that a person who has lost everything Scott property, fronting the high- -k'r t,1J The parade will form at the

was.called out at 9:45: p.m. It was 'in a fire needs. way between Washington St. and high school at 1:15 p.m. and will ..
the bus station.. It will be used asa -NT proceed down Temple Avenue to Starke, Fire Department BPW

site for a filling station to be Call Street, thence east on Call to Club, Lions and Lioness Clubs,

Dec. built by Phillips in. the near Thompson, around the post .office County Safety Council, Beta Sig-
Lawtey 8 Brings Out future. .. block back to Walnut and thence ma Phi, Woman's Club, JuniorWoman's

At present the former Raif Alvarez Believing that one picture Is'worth a thousand. words, members of the Teenage Safety Council prepared >> -north on Walnut back to the Club, Garden Club Rotary -

home (old Hamrick residence this graphic Illustration. an accident that could happen to'YOU! The grim reminder of highway school. dub 4-H Club, Cub Scouts.

Unusually l.at1eCandidateCrop. ) on South Walnut St. >is carelessness was erected by the students on a corner of the Bits campus as a caution-reminder during The Mrs. Young's Class, Highway Patrol
High School Band will make
being razed and this site will also homecoming weekend and through the holidays. Conmlttee that prepared the exhibit is Jean Mundy. and others.

be used for the construction of a kneeling, Levy Canova (right), George Canota and Pat Bowers, standing center. Nancy DuPre, Council several stops along the way in or- Mrs. Marian Howe, C of C secretary
Lawtey for what
getting ready and Paul L. Dinklns .
Sr., an em- station.Potato der advises that
Phillips to do specialty numbers while anyone can enter -
secretary, looks at left. ,
will probably be on
to its
prove ployee of the State Prison. I a car or float without previous
teat election in recent Seldom I ". Santa will ride on the Chamber of
,, years. The incumbent city marshall D. notice. "Just be on time for the
has'there been such keen B.'Thomas.has two Meeting Commerce float to the courthouse line-up at the school "

competition in evidence as is the f-W. P. Kemp and running W. Coleman mates Council Approves More Office Help For City Hall where he and his five helpers will at 1:15, she
a get off and says.The
case in .the forthcoming balloting Phillips. Thomas narrowly defeated Proves Helpful ; his little friends.distribute candy to all police are asking older boys
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next Tuesday. Dec. 8.. No post .Kemp.1 last'falOrhen a special'frfjnjjflJf'1 Witt and girls not to follow Santa along

Will go unconnected, with.spirited !\ to fill the vft-! Some 20 .Brpokerltermers who Chief Carpenter Asks Aid To Curb STruck Chasing'The Candy Co. has donated 575 worthof the parade route in such a way as

naea !progress for the" six ,city caacy7SHRDfTthe resignation of plan to plant;Irish(.potatoes next candy kisses for distributionalong to monopolize the old boy so that
OlncN' spring heard Experiment Station t the parade route and in the
to be filled. Ralph he
Darley. .
Phillips, the son of classrooms cannot give his aktentloe to the

0. J. Anders a, former mayor Or J, Phillips, a fornaercitx. clerk, workers tell about new develop hiring of additional help for that employees with more .than. Council ... __..._.... -. at school 1 tiny" 1Q": tots.' "Give the youngsters. a
in of
wburt collection'of excess fees"became was just: disehar.f service the growing spuds.: the city {tTrk8r
the' subject of a controversial Monday and is also bidding for\ emarshal's i The meeting: was held and by CountyA4ent'G"TrlieRgns E. M' ion otpoliey for sick leave and special consideration in the eventof Johns, acting postmaster: for the and tries the parade will include cars The flashy red shirts and jeans
post. I /' rffcwement of. city employees were sickness. Each case would be widening of, a driveway on the by the city police and that Santa's helpers will be wear-
election last fall, is seeking to Five' Lawtey business Nix. agricu'tural agent with thij items of business taken considered individual meritsto Jefferson sheriff, American Legion and Aux Ing
ra 9h are Seaboard up by the on its Street side of the post were supplied by the Big Dad
t ugakeacomeback against Incumbent offering themselves /s'candidates Air Line railroad. I City Council at its' meeting Tues determine Sf'more than the office. iliary, Teen Age Safety Council,, Manufacturing Co. ,

Mayor Chas. R. Shuford.Lawtey's for the three upcoming vacancieson Following the meeting, Nix described day night. normal 15 days per year sick Purchased 15 parking meters

constitution provides that the city council. They are Cul- it as one of the best tor'real Acting on the recommendationat leave should be' granted I j to be installed on Thompson

the mayor shall .receive. a salary bf! len A. McSwafn, WInton Parrish, information" 'that he had ( a previous meeting) of the : As regards retirement, a policywas Street. Psychiatrist Will Examine I

only $100 per year, and a specialact David L. Shuford, James L. Waters attended in his 30 years of experience city auditor, George W. Dande-' adopted to the effect that a Granted permission to the Safe- Ronald

of the 1953 legislature, which ands\ C. ,R. Whitehead. The with agriculture in this lake, Councilman -EwellLawson city employee should retire upon ty Council to use the council

would have authorized payment of three elected will serve two year area.Perhaps made a motion that an additional reaching the age f'65, unless a chamber for twice-monthly meet- Fifteen-year-old Ronald Hansen in the of
.A II' fee to Anders for each casein terms. the most important bit employee at presence attorneys for the
a salary of $35 per doctor's examination reveals that indicted last month by a State and his
mayor's court daring his last MsSwain and Whitehead are of information to come out for the !week be hired for the city clerk's the employee's physical conditionis ings.Heard a report from Robert grand jury for the first-degree said attorneys desire own attorneys, if

year in office, was defeated at the members of the council at present I growers was that potato yields [office. such that he can continue to I Angus, engineer on the sewer murder of his mother, Jessie The order for the to be present.

poll in a special election last fail and are seeking re-election. The had responded .well to applications The motion was seconded by work past the age of 65. Such and paving projects, to the effect Hansen, will be examined by a ing came at the sanity hear

L. H Futch, who has been dty" [third member whose term is> up, of dolamite or high-calcium Councilman George Kopelousos, retired employees would receive ,that all the preliminary work on psychiatrist to determine his fendant's request of the de
clerk of.Lawtey since i the death of Hubert Priest, Is not a candidate lime when need was determinedby who pointed out the need for more the normal social security benefits. i said projects had been completedand sanity or insanity at the time states "filed who, the order

the late L. H. Hill.)U not.a candi Arqund 300 voters are qualified soil tests. It is dangerous to help because of the increased work Fire Chief D. W. Carpenter was hat sewage line work was of the alleged murder. in this cause a suggestion -

,date for re-election and the post for the election, and Judging from apply lime to potato soil without load due to the city's growth at the meeting for a discussion of being held up until after the I An order issued this week by fendant of intends insanity, stating the de-

he is vacating' is.aonght; ,by Mrs current interest an unusually tests since if soil is made too :during the.postwar period.A the traffic problem created by widening of Madison and Water Circuit Judge G. L. Patten appointed to rely upon Insanity -

Bryant Reddfrh., Lawtey' housewife, heavy vote isexpected.IleystanegectiouSetFarTuesday. sweet it will cause severe scabbingof 3-2 vote carried the motion. tire ruck "chasers when there Streets by the'State Road Department Dr..William H. McCullagh, the trial as of one this of his "defenses in

the tubers. Voting for the measure were was a tire It. Was pointed out Jacksonville psychiatrist cause
Hugglns said that Councilmen Lawson that his bad no bearing on .the Heard as Judge Patten's order stated fur-
"We appreciate Hazen and questions as to the examiner, and set the date of the ther that the
I : the efforts of Ralph Nettles, Kopelousos. Chairman James ,outcome of ,the disastrous fire in status of property owners who live examination as Dec. 17. state's attorney had

manager of the Brooker market Lewis and Councilman W. T. the Reno section Jut JTriday night at the extreme edges of the new On that date, the order reads agreed to the appointment of the

.. In taking soil samples for farmers Jackson opposed it. thf\ fire department was notified city boundaries. They wanted to Hansen is to be taken to Jack-, psychiatrist for the purpose of

in the Brooker and Miss Patsy Benton too late on this one but know if they in examining Hansen.
Qualified electors of' Keystone of Walter King, who area bringing was recom- were or out of sonville by the Bradford County No
Height are expected to turn out November.Due resigned them into the office for testing. mended and hired for the clerical that, in th| future, such inter- the limits. A. J. Thomas Jr.. sheriff, and there will be examined for Hansen's date as yet has been set

at the,; polls in unprecedented 'to the death of F, M. Scott Another important discovery reported position which will entail learning ference by fire chasers might city attorney, said that anyone a trialRotarian
numbers next Tuesday to pick a former mayor and .announced I at the meeting is that to operate the various bookkeeping prove costly to a property owner I I in doubt could bring his deed descriptions Local News To Be 1

full alas, of city officials. candidate for tax potato fertilizer should,,be low in machines and learning all the whose house or building is on fire. in to him, and he Hear

Chief Interest Is centered in name will be printed assessor on the, bal-no chlorine. Growers were advised work of a specialized nature in Police Chief Thornton was in- would determine' whether or not Heard Over WPDQThe SCS Official I
lot not to use fertilizers with a chlo- the clerk's office. structed by the Council to prevail the property was in the city limits.
for as a candidate
contest city- council where for that office
.. since the rine content above three per cent. The matter of sick leave and upon the public to stay out No action was taken of the Telegraph has agreed to Colin Gunn, State
seven candidate are bidding for qualifying deadline lesser amount is The retirement of of fire and a clearpath proposed serve as Starke CoIUerva.Uonist
had passed. However, F. E. Stitch- A preferred. city employees was areas keep city budget which was correspondent for for the U. S. Soil Conservation
the four vacancies 'to be filled. berry has announced that h.VilI 5-6-6 or 6-8-8 formula that is brought up' and discussed for for the fire truck. presented at the last meeting of radio station WPDQ's Regional Service, was guest speaker at-

'. The field includes'C, E. Wiggins be a "write in" candidate for that being most generally used was approved some time. The Council decided I Turning to other matters, the the City Council News Service. Items from the the Rotary Club Wednesday and

Everett Fox. D. A. the potato specialists.It Telegraph,
Baker Watson office. by j together with news was introduced by Bill Haas

1h denbiJ', H. L. Ownbey, Dr. Harold G. Snellen is i was pointed out that with Junior from other papers in this area, local soil conservationist who had
D. M. Christoffers, and unopposed I applications of about 2,000 pounds Group To will be broadcast
William as a candidate for city marshall Young Democrats To Hear Matthews each Saturday charge of the program.
Lee. The three receiving the high- and Mrs1.: Sara McDonald has no at planting, potatoes respond well Join In MeetingsA morning over WPDQ from 11:45 Mr Gunn stressed the import-
eat number of votes will serve opposition to an application of 300 or 400 to 11:50. ance of
for. the office of tax conserving our greatest
regular two-year terms while collector. pounds of 10-0-10( or 200 poundsof Congressman D..R. (Billy) Matthews Democratic congressmen (inclUd-1 committee to. investigate the, natural resource .the soil _

the fourth high man will serve Around 190 residents are quali 1J-0-H about 40 days after 'will address the Young ing senators) in Washington who possibility of financing cattle for; Gives Ten TurkeysThe and pointed out that the average

out the unexpired one-year termChildren's fied to vote.Gee planting. Democratic Club of Bradford did not betray .their party obliga- Bradford County youths to fatten depth of top soil has dwindled In

1 Speakers at the meeting were County at its next regular meet- tion last year by lending supportto and exhibit in.the 1955: Livestock Trail Ridge Social and the U. S. to six inches from

Group Club Party Dr. G. M. Volk, with the Experiment ing to be held in the Stark USO the Republican candidates". Show was nned at a supper Recretatlonal) Club at the Hum- former its
To \ : Station and Dr. Jim building, Monday night, Dec. 7, A short business session and meeting of the Cattlemen's Association phreys mine recently gave ten average of nine inches.

Meet Monday And Montalaro with the Agricultural at 7:30 o'clock. election of officers will also be held In the Lions Den turkeys to members of the organ I He said that unless proper soil-

With Officials ProgramAt Extension Service. Others present In announcing the meeting, A. held at this meeting. last Friday night. !ization. This is an annual affairof building practices are carried out,

% were Dr. Nathan Gammon and J. Thomas Jr., president of the "All registered voters and those Those named were: G. T. Hug-, the club and those on the "re- erosion halted, and other conservation

USO Friday Dr. William Prichett from the club, said that the Young Democrats gins, chairman Doyle E. Conner, ceiving end" this year were George measures taken
The Bradford County Chil.l1ren' interested in the Democratic Reddish, Ben Kite there i*
soils departmentThe Z. W. Hamilton and John H. Jr. Leo T.
will Mon- are particularly glad to have danger that
committee meet the
Sullivan, Nelson } soil may someday
Brooker farmers requestedthat Party and good government are Denmark.It Moore Horace E
day. Dee 7, for their regular How long has it been sinceyou've Rep. Matthews attend the meet- be
tobacco'apeclaUa a of the Extension oordially invited to attend," was also decided that mem McGee, Joel G. Jackson Charles unable to support thianation's
ing Monday night since he
luncheon meeting at the Methodist attended was
an old-fashioned Service meet with them bers of the} Junior: Cattlemen's Association Bryant, June Patel, Eugene V. ever Increasing popula
Recreation HalL box "one of the comparatively few Thomas said. .
supper Well tomorrow in January to discuss the latest ( would be' invited to attend Whittle and Don Page. tion. ..

Members of the County School night's your chance. The BHS approved tobacco growing ,prac:: the:monthly supper meetingsof

;Board:trill ,be and guests.County Commission Glee 'dub is t asking the lady Uces. I New HMembers To Inducted, ,,1 the senior group.: The next I Lawtey Methodists

meeting Will be
ores (of teen-ape on up) to .
boxes prepare Important Meeting The new-member induction cere- surer; Jimmy Reddish. Sgt. at 29, at which time .officers for the
offood (for two) and 1 mony for the Hi-Y dub of Bradford Arms; Paul Rivers Chaplain; Dr new year will b* elected.

WANTED bringthem to the USO Saturday Of Farm Bureau High School will be conducted C. J. Houpt Sponsor and Advisor. The meeting last Friday night Pound
: night. Dec 5 Preacher
to be auctioned off. !
Sunday evening Dec. 6. at The new-member induction cere- was presided over by the presi-
Prizes will be Set For Friday
for the pret- the Sunday evening church serv- mony will be a part of the regular dent 'Maurice Edwards who.
Your Old tiest box
Toys and for the most original ice of the First Methodist Churchof church service at the First."Methodist together with Doyle Conner, I
W. S. Sibley delegate to the re- I A highlight of the Thanksgiving shock
wrapping. the form
Starke it was announced this Church on Sunday evening, at ported on the recent cattlemen's a pleasant
Don't throw away that old After the box: supper, a program state Farm Bureau convention week by Dr. C. J. Houpt Sponsor- 1:30 o'clock and a cordial invita- I convention in St. season in Lawtey was the exemplification surprise helped the feelings of
toy you've. been kicking around will be presented by the held recently Tampa, will make Advisor of the Club, tion is extended to all parents and President Edwards and M. F. of the old-fashioned both. Immediately following the
Glee Club beginning at 9 o'clock his report on the convention to Thanksgiving spirit which pre- worship service L. H. Futch
friends to attend. The
an year! The Starke Lionetw The Hi-Y is a voluntary club new mem Wiggins were in charge of the vailed in the Methodist pre-
and win include numbers by the Bradford County Farm Bureau :bers to be Inducted Churchon sented to the pastor, on behalf of
are: Wayne
Quo wants to repair It mad program for boys in the 10th. supper which featured barbecued
Girls Trio two members at a meeting to be held Wednesday evening. the church two
comedy ,
make some underprivilegedcfelld's skits and 11th, and 12th grades of highschool Douglas, Donald Slade, Lavon beef. grocery boxes
: Christmas a happier M.e. instrumental numbers. Friday at 7:30 pjn. in the court- sponsored by the Young Lewis, Charles Jenkins Zack .Member and friends of the well! filled with good things to
On sale at the bazaar will be house. church had reminded eat.
Max been by the
Lioness Crawford Furlong Levy
The Club announced Men's Christian Association. The
rthe opening- lta'toJ workshopthis gifts items. baked goods and Another feature of the meeting Hi-Y statement of purpose is: "To Canova Jr. 'Archie Carmi chaelth: Lions Entertain church Lay Leader that it was Twenty-two persoN. were present I
candy. There will be several win be demonstration of the again time for the annual "Pound-
week and would appreciate' game a 'pate, maintain. and extend Charles Kirkland. and. District Governor oft this occasion and others
.donations of all kinds of toys- booths for the young people. Those labor-saving use of electricity on throughout the school home, and 1 Elder. Ing of the Preacher", The pastor who could not come, sent The I
new or old-for underprivileged cannot attend the sapper are the farm by two Heilbronn Springs rominuni'ty high standards of Members of the Starke LioIU'lClub came to the prayer meeting group also called on Mrs. Purga f
invited to come for the program Christian character. NEGRESS BURNED OUT were hosts Wednesday night service feeling a bit under par before going home. Those unable

children. '._ and bazaar. I.. 4-H Club members, Rudolph Sapp The officers of the Bradford Rebecca Sinith, negress who has to their District Governor. W. R physically, and his wife did not to attend the service that night I

You can Play Santa to !these The profit from the box supper and Gerald Norman Hl-Y Ctib. 'which now has 40 resided in this county about 52 Joiner of Alachua. After an in even get there because she was missed a Thanksgiving Eve festival
children by Kelly president of the active members are; Marion Harrington years, lost her home and all belongings spiring talk on Lionism, the mere In which the spirit of love t
Glee music
toys at the Service Club for and to
Broadway : pay Bradford County Farm Bureau, bers were entertained by 13 members Seen confined to her bed most fellowship, and Thanksgivingwas i
President Mike Clark in a fire at Hampton on
Station. expenses several ;
4 on trips which of the BHS Band who playH, the day suffering from cold clearly evident Twas hard J i

the group will take after Christ urges all farmers members or not Vlce-Pres'dent> ; C. ,W. Slade, Sec|. November 27, She will appreciate a group of numbers under the. I/f! sinus I trouble. to tell who was happier, the pas -. !
mas.. to attend this meeting. retary; Eugene Tanner, Trea' assistance of any kind. direction of Lion Gay Rimert However, as is often the case tor or the people.





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DECEMBER { 1933:
TTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTT dren of Winter Haven. once each week for four consecutive
JmAJFORD' E. L. MATTHEWS weeks In the Bradford County Tele _..,
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STATE FIRMLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA daughter. Martha, spend the Dated this 1% day ot :November, ---
COUNTY EDITOR Thanksgiving holidays with 'Mr.Long's JS1. I
VIEWPOINT brother near Miami! (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby STOCK UP
'TELEGRAPH PUBLISHER Clerk of the Circuit Court NOW
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Mr. and Mrs. John Alexanderof THE BIGHT POINT for the 11/1 it 12/i I

OLDEST FLORIDA .WE CLV PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD Baton Rouge, La. were guestsof way you write. Come in and se-
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Pace Wed- led your favorite ESTERBBOOK .
-r..e4'eVUJ Friday and entered as. ecand claw matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under nesday and Thursday of last week. Fountain Pen. Only f&37); at FOR CHRISTMAS ;

the Aet of March 3, 187 :Mr. and Mrs. E.J., Yarbrough BRADFORD COUNTY TELE- FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S I
:I spent Sunday and Monday with GRADS AT YOUR FRIENDLYSuwaiiuee
t... Yarbrough in Gainesville Mr. JUST ONE

r Yarbrough enjoyed a hunting la Clreait-Cut.NOTICBTO Bntiftri APPEAR pasty FRIGID.AIREMade
Politics trip while there. Pundit !. Cfcaeerr. -
Taket Out Mr. and Mrs. George W. Sax- W. D. Hutchens; Plaintiff vs. Willie only by General
,. on of .' Hutchens.' Motors All other
Hampton spent Sunday afternoon Case No. 10 69x.tle. Corp. -

.> Joe McCarthy wants to be president. the Brownell-Dewey wing ana the McCarthy The visiting the W. E. Feagles. :.Willie T. Appear.To Hutchens. whose residence Electric Refrigerators are
'How do we know? wing of the Republican Party each trying to State Farm Community and address is: lit N. W. made by other companiesand
Club met
t the other in its efforts to make Communism Tuesday afternoon Nov. Boulevard. Winston-Salen. North cannot use the word
his nation- outdo
Well, he said so very plainly in 23, at the club house with 16 Carolina.
wide. radio and television address, didn't he? in government the chief political members present. After a short You are hereby notified that a Frigidaire.
suit for '
Maybe not in so many words., But that issue in 1954. business meeting in charge of Divorcehas
i is the genius of Joe. He doesn't have to be If President Eisenhower fails in his ef- president, Mrs. L. F. Chapman "filed against you In the Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE 401 PHONE

direct, you know a half truth here forts, then only one hope is left rthat hope the program chairman presentedMrs. you above a-e named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of ? ? E. CALL Store

an innuendo there ,,. a leer and a sly lift lies in the American people whose innate Milo Seigler who gav an in! your hinteron pleading1 the Plaintiffs to the 345

of the eyebrows ... and we get the Idea of sense of fair play is already revolting against Gift"teresting book review of "Queen's Attorney J. Donald Gibson. 216 THEN SEE ST.
by Margaret Fletcher. The E. Forsyth Street. Jacksonville,
course. At least Joe' hopes we do, for he's| McCarthyism in the raw. club house, Florida
was beautiful
'playing us for a bunch of suckers, and he's As one editorial writer has pointed out i in of tall leaves with and arrangements and the file Clerk the of original the Circuit In the Court office qn of E. H. SMITH CECIL DOUGLAS, Manager

come a long way up in doing it discussing the ramifications of the White flowers. Hostesses, Mrs. E. C or before the DELIVERY SERVICE
Yes .-- that's what makes it so nice for case "it i&'t only a matter of the past. Long and Mrs. ** L. Wainwrigh otherwise 14 day the of December allegations 1951 of: said Tenth and Temple Ave. *

Joe. He doesn't have to bother with such Charges are now leveled at the Eisenhower served refreshments of pecan pie Complaint by will be. taken as confessed Starke, Fla.ART'S We reserve the right to limit quantity
j r tedious details as documented proof.. He administration. Moreover, since the FBI and coffee. This notice shall .e published 0 Prices Good Fri., Sat., Dec. 4, 5
helieve.g that Barnum was right that the files cannot be disclosed, all the public gets I Mrs. W. E. Feagle and Mrs. T r

American--people like to be fooled and he is an interpretation or estimate of the evi M. Connors spent Tuesday in OPEN ALL DAY THURSDAYLge.
hopes to ride into the White House on the dence." In tfce White case it was Brownell's Jacksonville with Mrs. Feagle's RADIO
mother, Mrs. C. F. Edwards TV
broomstick of an'old-fashioned witch hunt interpretation and an admittedly partisanone. cousin, Mrs. Walter A. Carl- And SERVICE Cans, Red Ripe (With $5.00 Gro. Order)
In his Mr. Brownellwas
presenting case
that already has many otherwise sane '

Americans looking under the bed for Communists in a position to put his own constructionupon ton.Mr.. and Mrs. L. R. Dean haveas TOMATOES 3 Cans 29C
and viewing their friends'and neigh- reports their guests for an extended
bors with the cold eye of suspicion.Oh omit whatever he chose. It was the first visit, Mrs. Dean's, mother, Mrs.

Joe is a clever guy all right. Like the time in the history of the United States thatan John Gorman and friends, Mr. All Makes Repaired and InstalledWith
Attorney General had made selective use and Mrs. E. A. Taelman all of
shrewd opportunist he is, he was quick to New Quality Parts by Factory Trained Technicians
capitalize on the Brownell ruckus and demand of confidential FBI files in public hearings to York. Hershey LOOK !
attack administration. As fur Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn GUARANTEED PARTS AND SERVICE I
that radio and television networks give him a
and sons, accompanied Mrs.J. SUGAR
ther evidence of his "hit and run" tactics is FAR
time to reply to Truman's remarks G:
equal .. ; Caldwell were sightseeingin CALL 203 OR 229 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.
anent "McCarthyism". If the networks had the fact that he has not vet made himself Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs. .

refused, Joe would have denounced them as available to Washington news correspondents Dora I.. }ton came Wednes- 51b 390 Ige 27c

subversive, of.course; so what could the radio who 'would like the privilege of askingthe day from Chattahoochee to live With Groc.order of $5.00

and TV moguls do but be hoodwinked into Attorney General a few questions concerning with her daughter' Mrs. E. C. S .. .

giving Joe free time for a speech that is now his. handling of this matter.In Hardin.. REAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
Mr.and Mrs. L. C. Smith wentto
regarded as virtually an announcement of an appeal to take the Reds-in-govern- Red Crown
Live Oak
his candidacy for president. ment issue "out of politics", the administra- last week and attended FIRESTONE STORE DEALERSHIP .
i a birthday Can
party honoring his No21/2
For what did Joe do with those valuable tion-supporting "Christian Science Monitor"says mother, Mrs. W. T.' Hilliard. BEEF TRIPE 3SC

thirty minutes that he wheedled from radio : "Exposing Infiltration is primarily a The family of J. G. Caldwell An interesting future in sound and profitable. business is yours

find television stations? Actually, he devoted detective job, to be done by the agency gathered fct his home for a sur- ,with a Firestone dealer store dealing in tires, auto accessories,

very little of it to a so-called reply to particularly Equipped for that work the prise birthday supper Wednesdaynight radio and television electrical appliances, sporting goods, house- .

Truman, then launched into criticism of-the FBI. It is not a legislative function exceptas of this week. wares,.hardware, lawn and garden wheel toys, etc. A capital in- Lbs
Eisenhower administration for its failure to information is required to prepare laws. I: Mr. ad Mrs. W G. Stringfellow vestment of $20,000 to (30,000 puts you in business and all details MEAL 5 33CLong

root out of government certain persons that Some of these days the Supreme Court may spent Cove Springs Thanksgiving and enjoyed Day in Thanksgiving Green of basic stock fixtures sales promotion advertising, etc., taken
Joe has taken a dislike to. That the "facts"in set clear limits to congressional inquiries. supper with their care for you under our complete business franchise. Previous

the particular case used by McCarthy were "This is not to say there is no need for Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Manassa.daughter, merchandising experience preferred, 'but not necessary, if you

distorted to suit his purpose is a matter of alerting the public to the inroads and attempted Mrs. L. E. Mosley and childrenof I have capacity and desire for? learning. Our plan includes trainingand Island, No. 1POTATOES Jim DandyGRITS

record but then, the American people inroads of Communism. This is an Plant City spent Wednesday' personal assistance if desired. The many Firestone dealers I i

should be used to such tactics by how from essential service. But it can best be per- through Sunday with the Kirlands. now operating successful stores will testify to the excellent results I
the Senator from Wisconsin.Not formed by a commission of distinguished Albert Brunner is staying with of our program.
satisfied 'with that, Joethen soughtto citizens which plainly has no axes of personal his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.

make himself the central ,issue in the ambition or partisan advantages to grbid. A.Mr.R. Brunner.and Mrs. CALL OR WRITE 10 29c 5/6 tag 39c
Clyde Belch has
Since so much of the evidence cannot be disclosed
forthcoming 1954 elections by advising his -
listeners that if they liked and approved his but must be interpreted let us have as Friday guests of last Wednesday week Mr.through Belch's The Firestone Tire. &, Rubber Co. '-C----

methods they should vote the Republican the interpreting done by an impartial body. mother, Mrs. Ola Belch and sis I'fpHONE SYRUP PAILS
ticket. If the Democrats gain control of the public will trust. ter, Mrs. R. C. Hayman and Mr 116 LEE ST. 4-1411 'JACKSONVILLE, FL.4' .\.'

Congress, Joe will no longer be chairman of "A body similar to the royal commissions and Mrs. C. C. Cameron and chil- r' '

the powerful Senate investigative committee, which Britian and Canada: use so effectivelycould -'- .... .. cl10 6 To Case1"Kfo. 80
you see.Thus. be set up by executive authority alone.

in one shrewd did'Joe'' ( free Many witnesses and much material could. be 1\-
move on -- -
radio and television time) seek to make his obtain without its issuing subpoenas. Andif To Case

own viewpoints, policies, and methods a its work was wisely handled Congress 1100.00W 5 6 6DC
would give it subpoena :
dominant issue in 1954. His speech was re- powers.

garded by political observers as virtually a "President Eisenhower wishes to get the J.D. .

bid for leadership of the Republicah Party, Reds-in-government issue out of politics.So : '
and an open "declaration of war" on the do millions of thoughtful citizens. 'How FOR YOUR OLD OIL, ELECTRIC, GAS OR WOOD 1

administration.The better than by taking the study of the. question SCRATCH FEED 25th1125U.

speech, of course, was the senator'sbid out of politics?" RANGEON

to move back into the limelight from As matters now stand, it seems that Joe THE S.
which he was excluded by the administra- McCarthy by, his television appearance has\ OF THIS

tion's sensational handling of the Harry outsmarted Brownell and that the Attorney Lb $4.20
Dexter White case. To think that Joe would General's me-too attempt with the White AUTOMATIC TAPPAN GAS RANGEYou
sit idly by and let
Attorney General Herbert case may have actually worked to the benefitof

Brownell steal his thunder would be wishful McCarthy by egging him on to bolder I. Stay SoftSALT ,
thinking indeed. Now the blundering tacticsof strategy. \

Brownell have forced McCarthy, in desperation If President Eisenhower is sincere in his .r ( nmr + L 1 100Lbe ag $4.75

to adopt a daring course upon which desire to take the issue out of politics, and tus

he hopes to become the symbol of the Republican we.have no reason to believe that he is not,

Party. t and is successful in his efforts he will have HOT
Therefore, unless President Eisenhower' done his party, the nation, and the anti- -=- -
can bring his party to its senses and we Communism cause itself a great service. He -

will certainly have to give him an E for will likewise have left Joe McCarthy withouta We Dress Our Own Poultry
effort*in this case the American
people broomstick on which to ride to further I ji
will be treated to the degrading spectacle of cower \Q Assure You The Freshest !n Town

YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester ceased late of said County, to' the the claimant and shall be sworn to
brook purse-size fountain pens in state of Walter Niedelman. de- by the claimant, her attorney, and
pastel shades. Only x".37 at Bradford County Judge or Bradford County, any such claim or demand not so Fancy Red Tender Fla. PORKROAST
Florida, at his office In the court filed shall be void.
County TeUgraph. house of said County at Bradford. Flora Niedelman. At administrator -
Florida within eight calendar of the Estate of As Have No FRYERorHENS
months from the time of the first executor of the Last Will and \
NOTICE TO APPEAR publication of this notice. Each Testament of Walter Niedel \
Clwslt CoarU Braifcr C..a', claim or demand shall be in writing man, deceased. Range to Trade, i
KUrliui I. ('Io..t't' .
Henry Grady Moore.'' Plaintiff, vs. residence, And shall state the place of First publication. November 20. ib 49c Ib._ 39c
Marrietta Defendant. post office address oft ItS3. 11/20 4t 12/11
I {We JVill'JiurnishYou
Case No.J 0-191 I..
Ntlr To .%.pear.To i
: Marrietta Moore whose residence -
and address U: Unknown.You Absolutely Home Made:
are hereby notified that A
autt for Divorce bas been filed Lb
against you in the above named ;
Co'-rt and cause and you are re4.1re4 CRACKLINGS 1 5C
to serve a copy of your an-
awer or pleading to the complaint i FREEThe
on the Plaintiff Attorney HE FIRST SETTLERS .
Evan T. Evans. 103 Law Exchange .i Home MadeNERD
Building. Jacksonville, er IN AMERICA USED _
Florida. I Yi 6 INDIAN WAMPUM Following: Lb
and file the original' In the office of r"
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on f FOR MONEY GOLD CHEESE! 39CFla.
or before the

otherwise 21 day the of December.allegation' un of: aaiaComplaint v : NOTHING AND SILVER TO MlNOiAHS MEANT, 50 GALLONS OF GAS FREE INSTALLATIONFurnish
will be taken as confessed Lean & Meaty
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weeD In the Bradford Couaty Tel..

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rY yyyyyyYYYYVYYVVYYYYYVVI TYTYYYY1 y yyy y y 1 daughters, Irene and Kate, in TTTTYYTTYJFYYYVYYTTTVTYYTKeystone Ernest Mellon, of Mount Holly, .

Jacksonville N. J."Mr.. :.. -:. '- ._'..= '. .-'::.._ :." ,- .. .. -. ':_ _' : 1 -_
Marion Wilkinson spent Thanks- and Mrs. P. H. Haskins and
giving with Ills parents, the Jack sons of Ocala and Mrs. James
Wilkinson Webber, Mrs. W. H. Bryan and ANNUAL
Marian NormanAALAAALAAAAAAAAALAAALAAA by ..I'm.L.. Strickland by Mrs. Sara McDonald Miss Joyce Haskins, spent the
Rev. and Mikle and little
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daughter visited folks in this

'*Is wen A A A A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1AAAAThe section Sunday. Frank T. Scott sons.Because
The Christmas program NATIONAL
of the death of
Part have been given Little Jackie Lamar, son of Mr. Frank Thomas Scott 74, died
under way. Toby Dowdy show at the Scott there will be no Mr'j
and practice session was and Mrs.. Frank Carter, is growing. Saturday morning In Riverside
a Clay Hill,School was a big'success on the ballot for tax
held. Monday night. nicely, we are told, and everyone Hospital, Jacksonville after an
with admissions totaling $81.65The the election next Tuesday. 'F. E.
All members of the'church,:we PTA ladies also made about is very glad. illness of several weeks. Mr. Scott Stitchberry has announced hU BRANDS
Those from Clay Hill or Ebene- had made his home in Keystone
$51, on, refreshments :served and candidacy but too late to have
this will be used for ,the lunch zer Church attending the Union Heights for the past seven years his name on the ballot.
Meeting at Maxville recently were having come here from Niagara
room and other .school'purposes. Lottie Starling, Mrs. Fleda Pres- Falls, N. Y. He had worked for Invitations are out for the mar) SALE El!
* Bill Lang spent some time with as riage of Miss Nancy Mae Hearst ,
hpme folks recently, on his way cott, Rev. and Mrs. Jones, and many years purchasing agent and Edward Francis OTtonoghue
for the DuPont Co. in
From Branch Niagara
to Georgia. of Jacksonville. The wedding will I
Falls. Prices Good Thru Sat. Dec. 5
Mr. and Mrs. ,
were Daisy Lang
Marion and Shirley Prescott take place on Saturday, Dec. 5,
TT Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Harris, At the time of Ins death he was
formerly of Clay Hill and Lloyd in St. Paul's Catholic Church,
Rev. Mikle and Tax Assessor of
the Keystone
and pastor Heights
Wilkinson formerly of Lawtey, Jacksonville at four o'clock.
21 enrolled in the and at one time of the
wife. There are was Mayor
Sets were here recently from Tampa, However, word has just been Limit 1 with $5.00 or :More
Ebenezer Sunday School now 'and city. He was one'pi the best known
where they noW: Eve. Shirley Carter received that the groom may not Food OrderMAXWELL
25 in T. U. and best loved citizens of Key- be able to the leave he
accompanied them home to get expected -
Davis spend a feat days. It looks like the Jack Wilkin- stone Heights and his passing from his army unit and the HOUSECOFFEE
Gene Lang recently'moved backto sons were In for a hunch of'bad leaves a vacancy that can never wedding may have to be post-
Jack was going bt; filled. Quantity Rights Reserved
Jacksonville from luck recently. poned until further arrangementscan
Tampa. Baldwin, came to the Mr. Scott is survived by his
Tires through be made.
Gertie Falrcloth theThanksgiving
spent wife, E. Scott and several
railroad a curve, the Mary
weekend with her crossing on Rev. H. E. Ridenaur Jr. of Mari-
signal lights weren't working and nieces and.nephews. II anna. spent Thanksgiving with 1- LB
Radios urged to be present Sunday, Dec. Jack didn't know there was a train Funeral services'._ were held at Mrs. Edith Ridenaur.
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6. Names will be drawn for ex- at the crossing until he Was almost the residence m Keystone Heights Mrs. A. J. Holl has been ill for Gall Sire CHomogenized
c9ange'of gilts. on the crossing and the at 4 p. m. Monday. Rev. Holl, several days. 152 : CAN

Washing Miss Nadine Clark has accepted train was too-one of those fast pastor of the Community Church, .The Woman's Club is sponsoringa
employment Daytona.A freights. Jack did all he 'could- officiated. The body was for card party in the club house on Starke Florida -
farewell supper will be given put.on his brakes and,jerked the warded to Sharon, Pa. for inter-,Friday Dec. 4, at 7:30. Tickets are
t Machines Wednesday night for Mr. and truck (a new one too) Into the ment. 50 cents plus tax and can be obtained !
: Woman's Club _
) Mrs. Peters who are leaving to ditch. The truck turned over, MeetingThe from any one of the committee "
return to their former home in tore up the top and threw Jack Keystone Heights Woman's : Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Hill
GasStovesRefrigerators Alabama. This supper Is ,being out, but fortunately aid'sot hurt club held their regular meetingon Mrs. Eagan, or Mrs. 'Stein.MONUMENTS. (Limit 1 Can with Order!)
given'by the church and will follow him. Then last Friday his wife, Tuesday, Nov. 24, in the club I
Prayer Meeting when the Dumpie. was trying to cook din- house. After a brief business meet- Lb Can

group will leave the church and ner to take to the church at Max- ing,State the group Trooper heard Frank an Eskridge addressby I I I II SPRY S 3 19C
go to the i Peters' home for a ville and her gas tank ran empty
uepi. or Safety icaucauon.!; we I
covered dish supper. !when she had dinner about half LOWEST PRICES I
Electric Stoves The third and fourth grades had cooked. She had one grand time gave .some very informative sta-
finished, anJ tistics and held the interest' of fINEST QUALITY I
charge of the Thanksgiving program trying to get dinner DONALD DUCKMAYONNAISE
last week. Several the church 'just as the his audience during the whole
parentswere arrived at No Extra
Outboard Motors present to enjoy the readingsand crowd came out for'lun h. "So it time of his talk. After the 'program Chargefor Quart
songs presented. seems we area the 'only 'ones refreshments were served Setting In Or Near I S E 49C
by the hostesses Mrs. Haberstrohand
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and who have trouble. STARKEWrite
Wizard Batteries children and Mr. and Mrs.,T. N. i We learned Tuesday morning Mrs. Tullis. The next meetingof
the club will be Tuesday, Dec.
Norman and son, Gerald, were I that the old gentleman who"livedon
dinner guests-recently of :Mr and the Ocas Prescott 'place, Mr.: |8. There ,will be a special programof Stokely's FinestFRUIT
I "Why Pay More Mrs. *B.' J. Eggars in Jacksonville Glover, passed away sometime : music furnished by the Glee 1PAiNp
No 303
during the night."Funeral arrange- Club of the Starke High School. COCKTAIi( 71C
[ The public is invited to this pro- .
4 ments were not announced at"the -
%When We Setfor gram. Members are urged to
t A Three Dqys'Utugh time Mother of this is much writing.worse'than she bring guests. For:Free'Folder

\ has been yet In fact, we'have to Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McKay ATUNTICMBIORIALS.INC. .'-- -- -> .. ..- ,
less? Is Tour put in most of the nights, as well spent the weekend in Miami. iSTABHSHEO '1930 --- -- -,
Visiting the Kyle McMurtrys
'of'her. She
taking care
as this week are Mrs. 1! Martry*smother 715 FOUST'ST Vac Pack ASTOR Fab.U.LousCOFFEE
for food we
I cares nothing any
t Danger Signal can give her, and really looksas Mrs. Sprowl, and sister .MMONVILtf, FlORIDA
[and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
CKoralsfoa relieves pnmptly because if she win not"be'here another i,
it fM,into.the broncaal,system to I week. She has suffered 'so much
Western.'AutoStore' .het iioosea tnd.xptl Farm( laden I 'to and FA F B
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beaR laW tender, inflamed' bronchial we feel it would"be best'for her'ifshe $
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I WCTU RoundtableHeld ,*. i I
;,.}'4- ,,: Junior Club To Honor Helen Masters New River T.U !
Last /. .I! ,
FridayA ... ., "" '
"* r ". '.ifi.. New MembersAt Circle
-r' ...' ,' Meeting Will Hold Annual ;
roundtable meeting: of the Buffet
'\ ,
1 WCTU was held last Friday af- Mrs. ; .c\ Following the Week of Prayer M-Night Event

ternoon in the P,. O. W. building r, : ., .: Junior Woman's Club program the Helen Masters Circle x, i''

adjacent to the Tabernacle, pre- -, '..J.., lar meeting will be held Monday regu- met in the First Baptist Church The New River Baptist Associa-

sided over by the vice president, /1 7 '..>> evening, Dec. 7, at 7:30 o'clock in for a ten-minute business meeting tion Training Union will hold its
Gladys Mooty Mrs. J. Thornquest. The Litera- \ the club house. The meeting will with ten members and one visitor annual Mobilization Night meeting
ture Committee Pollet t : present. with the First Baptist Church of
Phone 35Woman's gave a report of be preceded by a buffet
its work, and eight additional honoring new members. Mrs. L. D. Haines reported that Starke, Monday, Dec. 7, at 7:30 ,. ,
.. r" j the box for Korea must be o'clock. This meeting is being
--- - names were reported and dues .y Hostesses for the evening will ready
by Tuesday, Dec. 8. held in conjunction with other
Club Plans Recently Wed paid. be Mrs. R. T. Fowler, chairman,
Weds cooperating churches
Since the regular December Miss Della Rosenberg, Mrs. Frow throughoutthe
Tea And LuncheonFor meeting date falls on ChristmasDay Strickland, Miss Louise Stern, \VSCS NoticeCircles Southern Baptist Convention. !1

,- it was voted to hold the Miss Nina Bishop. Mrs. Mack A filmstrip "Keeping the !
State PresidentThe + +r,f next meeting on December 18. Futch, Mrs. A. H. Harley, m, of the Methodist WSCS Faith", will highlight the interesting *

; I Reid and Mrs. P. T. Nolin. i will meet Monday afternoon at program that has been ar
Starke' Woman's Club will ; hx !I e 3 o'clock as follows: ranged.An .
; Post 56 PlansChristmas.Part
be the scene of a delightful Christmas -
Mission Study Circle 2, with Mrs. J. H. Ritch attendance goal of 600 has
tea and musical'program i i Y at Kingsley Lake. I been set for the Association, with
next Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 r I I At Brook ChurchWMU
Shytle Circle 3, with Mrs.
o'clock at their regular December f I| Jones-Langford-White Post 58. I at her home. Millard Judd 1 a quota of 125 assigned to the

meeting, honoring Mrs. Walter S. American Legion will have its annual members of Brooker and 1 Starke Church.

Jones, president of the Florida Christmas Party a't the Leon Dedan met at the.Brooker' Bap- --. .
Federation of Woman's Clubs, -. .. . -.. ,
; home Tuesday night. Dec. 22. ,. list Church Tuesday, Nov. 17, in -' -
who will be the guest speaker. at 8 p.m. A dinner will be served, a j joint Mission Study Course. a

Bill Wall, son of }Ir, and Mrs. without cost, to members and ,"Let's Listen" was the book taughtat STARKERADIOS

H. C. Wall of St. Augustine, will F .heir wives or dates. this time by several of the
master of ceremonies for
act as members.
Those attending are asked to
the Lilian Lindsley Ballet Studioof i 1 bring a small gift suitable for a | At the close of the course a delightful TV SERVICE
St. Augustine which will presentthe I
serviceman, such as razor blades, social hour was spent at
following dance variations: toothpaste books the parsonage with Rev. and Mrs.
games, etc.
_.. .. .
Tap Novelty by Nancy Dee Wall --- -- Beard. Reasonable Guaranteed
uommanaer I.;. :o.: rairin asKS Service
and Bill Wall; Gypsy Tamborineby 1 all members to return reply cards, I Mrs. Shirley Pollet, daughter of. ately following the ceremony in
Janet Ponton and Helen Dun- slating whether or not they will Mr and Mrs. L. U. Morgan, Sr.* the Tenly home. The bride's table On All Makes Radios or TVIF

bam; Glow Worm by Sandy And- I Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr. attend, by December 6. of Starke became the bride of I was overlaid with an importedlace grabbing all the candy from the E

erson and Betty Manucy; Tapping are pictured at the reception following Reid Shytle, son of Mrs. Emma I cloth and centered with a little tots who still "believe"

Bill Wall; Valse by Qisca Mickler their marriage her on Shy tie and the late G. W. Shytle three-tiered wedding cake topped (thank heaven) and would really > '" ; YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS l

p and Susan McDonald; Gavotte by November 25. Before her ?marriage Birthday Party of Forest City, N. C., at a lovely with a miniature bride and groom. love to get up close to the jolly NOT GIVING YOU ... ,

Helen Dunham and Janet Ponton; Mrs. Carter was Miss Kath- For Hope Holliday ceremony Tuesday evening. Nov. The cake was surrounded with ole fellow .. If you MUST get in ...
t and Fiesta by Betty Manucy leen Judd. 24 at 7 o'clock at-the E. D. Tenly pink tulling and flanked by three- the act, then get your candy and ; 3

Helen Dunham and Cisca Mickler. Mrs. A. N. Holliday, assisted by home. Lt. William O. Collins performed branched candelabra holding burn- stand back for others especially -

The program is under the direc- Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Jr., entertained the ceremony.The ing pink tapers. A silver tea and the little folks who in previous ,4. 1 198-W At Once
tion of Mrs. K. G. Duncan. Music Presbyterian WomenTo
at a lawn birthday party Monday Tenly home was decorated coffee service was placed atone years have come well nigh getting

Chairman, with Mrs. C. H. Nas- Install OfficersAt afternoon for Hope Hollidaywho throughout with attractive arrangements end of the table over which Itf rs. trampled under foot After
worthy as co-chairman. was celebrating her seventh of native M. L. Lawson presided.Mrs. all'l 228 E. Call Street Next Door To Nasworthy's'

Hostesses for the afternoon Christmas PartyNew anniversary.Tlie pink candles. The ceremonywas greeneryand W. B. Mundy, Jr. cut the Santa's their man, you know .. I ._ ,., . .. _, _7

program are Mrs. C. 'L.. Scholl, refreshment table, set up performed before an embank- bride's cake and Mrs. Leaton'Morgan -carolyn -'. -- .
---- -
Mrs. W. H. Hart. Mrs. Edward officers of the Presbyterian in the yard, carried out the Christ- ment of pink gladioli and pink kept the bride's boob. ---

Burns Mrs. H. C. Ritch. Mrs. A. Women of the Church will be installed mas motif. The 30 young guests chrysanthemums in pedestal baskets Mrs. Joe Jordon played the
Z. Adkins Mrs. R. A. Green, Mrs. Dec. 8 at 8 o'clock in the .
wedding march the
enjoyed during ceremony
the after-
games during ,. flanked by candelabra with
L. F. Dinkins, Mrs. W. B. Mundy, evening at the home of Mrs. J. noon and prizes were awarded to burning pink tapers. and also accompanied Patsy G ,

Jr, and Mrs. George Patten. R. Kite. Following the installa- the winners. The guests also re- Benton and Allege Lawson, soloists .. In-ft1f1 .,
The bride chose for her wedding ,. i"i \,
tion a Christmas party of the ceived favors sang several :; \
of boxes numbers
of crayons. wl\p u, .
Mrs. Walter S. Jones, presidentof joint circles will be enjoyed. I a Navy blue suit compli- the \ I'f ,
the Florida Federation of Wo- mented with pink accessories and during reception. '
Those to
man's Clubs, will be the honored Guy Andrews be installed are: Mrs.Mrs. Recent BirthsMr. an orchid corsage. She carried a Assisting in serving during the
; reception were Mrs. Wilma Dock-
guest at a luncheon at the Of- David white prayer book. f SUGGESTIONS
; stader, Miss Pattie Lawson Mrs.E. J
ficer's Club at Camp Blandingnext Mrs Claude Crowson, Rec. Secy.; and Mrs. Merrill G. McMil The bride had as her junior attendant F. Miles, Mrs. J. T. Lawson, GIFT :

Wednesday given by mem- Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, Sr., Assemblies lan announce the birth of a her daughter, Jeanne Pol- Mrs. L. D. Haines, Miss Elizabeth -
bers of the Starke Woman's Club. daughter, .Rebecca Garland, let, who I'
Special Causes; Mrs. on wore a dark red velvet Crawford and Miss Joan Ten-
The )luncheon is open to membersof Louise Cain, World.Missions; Mrs. Sunday Nov. 29, in St. Luke's dress with matching hat and she ly. FOR HER FOR HIM I'

the >Woman's Club and one Bowden, annuities and relief. Hospital Jacksonville.The carried an old fashioned bouquet After a short wedding trip to f J

house guest. Reseryations for the Hostesses for the evening will of yellow pompoms. Mrs. Nell the Smoky Mountains Mr. and
luncheon may be made by calling be: AIrs.to R. Kite,'Mrs. Claude following births have been Crews of Orlando served as matronof Mrs. ''Shy tie their I *
announced at Doctor's Clinic are making .i'
Mrs. J.W Kincaid. cub] president .
honor and
Crowson, and Mrs. W. J. Epperson Hospital: was gowned in alight home in Starke until the first of *
by Monday evening; Jr.There. blue tweed suit with Navy .
the when will
Mr. and Mrs. George R. Carl- year they move
will be an exchange of accessories and a corsage of yellow CosmeticSets
Members MeetAt ton, Starke, a son.Robert George, to Orlando.Mr. g
UDC' $1 or under gifts. on Nov. 13. po poms.' Shytle is presently employedwith Matching #
State FarmThe Jake Holten of Orlando servedas the Minute Maid Corp. in

Circle One WSCS Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. best man for the bride groom Plymouth and Mrs. Shytle is em- Tie and Sock Sets J

W* T. Weeks chapter, Lefevers, Graham, a daughter, and Sonny Tenly was the usher.A ployed at the U. S. P. & P. .
Met At Smith Homes
UD.C. was entertained at the Barbara Jean, _on Nov. 28. reception was held immedi- Camp Blanding. 0.\\ AIJ Rv .' fa I
State Farm home of Mrs. L. F. ... Remington 1
One of the Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Wm. I... Fowler, DOROTHY GRAY

Chapman sonal flowers Monday were afternoon.used in Sea-decorating WSCS met at the, home of Mrs. Hampton, a daughter, Vera Sue, ELECTRIC SHAVER 27.50 J

W. H. Smith Tuesday morning, on Nov. 30.Singing. TUSSY
with Mrs. Sam Anderson as co- Sunbeam '
The business, meeting was presided j

over by the president, Mrs. hostess. i Convention .. .1 COTY ELECTRIC SHAVER 27.50 \ '
W. G.: Haile. Plans were made Circle chairman, Mrs.. L.". D. t *WScttck ,, : I

for a Confederate tea to be given Vining, presided over\the business The Bradford-Union Singing j "YARDLEY ", vt 4"

Jan 21. Mrs. I.... G. Powell, historian Convention will meet ,all day at : @
meeting. ',.The meeting was opened See quite a number Starkeites Alliance '
Baptist meeting to be
reid. a poem. "Christmas \ Bayless Highway Baptist Churchon i ELECTRIC SHAVER 2650. 1 i
in the Quarters". < with prayer by Mrs. E. 'Perry- Sunday Dec 6. There will be went down'to Miami for the football held in ,London! EnglandVin 1955 \ LENTHERIC .
man. $23 was donated for pins game last Saturday: there was Says the article: "The trip
The hostess served a delicious no Sunday School, and singingwill i4'
Jacqueline and Leon Moorer and will be fine }1 t Schick'
salad course with hot coffee to for the Youth Choir. Mrs. G. begin at 10 o'clock, with a providing it xloesn'tinterfere HOUBIGANT ,

the.members and guest present. Lloyd Farber gave tHe devotion. brief sermon at 11. Dinner will their houseguests, Bill and Mar- with his beloved hunting garet Scruggs of Monticello fora 's. The former are usually 3.001Schaeffer
Among those attending the district be served at noon and singing resumed EVENING IN PARIS
UJJ.C. meeting in Jacksonville Mrs. J. R. Wainwright read a in the afternoon. Out of (former Starke residents), ,John productive of tasty vension din- u .
Christmas poem.Refreshments and Bette IDeas Guy and Bett ners for his Washington friends,
on Wednesday were Mrs. L. town guests are expected, and all ,
A. Davis, Mrs. E. K. Perryman were served to interested in gospel singing are Andrews, Ruth and Steve Sim- with detailed stories about how $1.00to$10.00We

and Mrs. W. G. Halle. the 16 members present. invited to attend. mons, Judge Perryman, Seeber the animal was shot" Atpres'ent
and Eloise Goodman, and Kenneth Chan (as he is known g Pen & Pencil ,

Tyus .. Hear that Larkin and here) is working: on a history of .
Bob, Weeks have given up their the Baptists in Washington, D. C. Sets ,

lease on the Brown Derby and J. Gathering material for the
T. Land has reopened the restau- book has taken nearly six years.
3.50 30.00 ,
; rant which was closed last week and he started the actual writingsome to ,

Give .. two years ago i
Card from Janie Avery Cars- Nice to see Dolph Reddish homeon Schaeffer I

k,. 1"J well from Orlando says she enjoys a 30-day leave from Thule
SNORKEL, PENS 7.50 to 20.00 %
Dreading about the doings ofus AFB in northern Greenland ..
in the Telegraph she and Ed Guess they decided to let him I TABU

will, spend Xmas in Tampa with come home long enough to thaw COCKTAIL, SHAKERS 8.50 ,

1 y his family and New Years with out .a little, anyway .., Was | TWEED *1
Mlns AMUMIu r the her sister Erline Bussey, in Atlanta about 22 below when he left there

.. hear that Vivian and Al Tuesday ... And ,by the way I COCKTAIL SETS 15.95 to 25.00 f
wAtr3S Parley are- -now .occupying the hoWs:.that'for a "flying trip" .. CHANEL NO. 5

.Tyua, apartment. on Certer street Dolph left the Air Base (about West Clock S
... see Kitten Conner working 800 miles from the north pole) at | MIDNIGHT
CLOCKS 7.50-12,50
now for Conner Bros. ... Lucian 1 a.m. Tuesday and arrived in I ELECTRIC
and Lucille Conner moved their Jacksonville about 3 a.m. Wed- <|< CHANTILLY |

Gift' ..house from Bay e s Highway to nesday! .. Really covering the
,the corner of Broad and '.Centersta. grdbnd. I'd say ... Also enjoyed LOTUS FOR THE FAMILYCOLORAMA ,j

KYERIY the first of the week ... a surprise visit Tuesday from |

1 i dauemdr oaz Cliff and Piney,Brown moved into Gene Connell (remember .. the BOND STREET
town this week from the lake and old Blanding Center ..days?) 3
are renting one of the S.R. Johns Gene was on his way to New York

apartments.Billy after a vacation in Miami .. He's i
g $i:00: to 15.00'K
PMSSIDENrIi of Murrhee'is home on a 30 now in business in the big. city SHERBET SETS */ t 5.95 \
; jow 11 a
leave from duties in after serving several years with
b I up nion bond day Japan I
Singing a
Uncle Sam and would .
'- t s4910 ... Robert Taylor, Jr. was home overseas
for the weekend from G. M. C. like. to be remembered to all his TEA KETTLES '- -. 4.50'

DOLLY MADISON "r with his parents, the Bob Taylors, old friends along Call Street.... g POTTERYCAMARK ."

!1 jlwlbz at Kingsley Lake Pvt. HaroldK. The Berry Johnses and daughter PITCHERS 3.98 I
broa1/1 (Pig) Davis is recuperatingfrom Josephine, would like friendsto
s 5l so Lif.ey. a recent illness in a hospitalat know that they're at home at STEIN SETS3.98 '

i Sapporo Japan to. hear that 35 East Bay St:, Apt. 20S; Jacksonville f MARCIA .

Effie Carter was' the lucky winner ... Lucky gals Marilyn TUMBLERS, 8-oz. 4.98 ,

of a Hamilton Beach mixerat Roberts, Chessie Derrick, and
a BPW drawing last week Adelaide Crowson won the tur- 12-oz. 6.49 16-oz: 7.98 ,

CUPPER Davis Schaeffer underwent a keys given away by Conner Bros f

Mtf-wmduig,votertili tonsil ctomy on Nov. CU and the day before Thanksgiving ... Ml/ GiftsWrapped COASTER ASH TRAYS 3.00,
17"j j11c chant X color 0' Reddish ,
Hear that Jimmy bagged
s tit Geraldine Gay also had her tonsils
DOttY MADISON "M' 1' mturol goUXdiol ne.pOfU another deer last Saturday ...
removed at St. Lukes hospital Free ALUMINUM TRAYS
tl j.wlh L ::a:::. hand Monday of last week ... hear .That makes him two up on most f ,

1/kb geld t OIt IIoDli.59S0 that Grace Page is on a six weeks ,of the other hunters around these ____ 5.95 6.95 7.95 9.00l'

$71S0 !'. leave of absence from DuPont .. parts .
:_ The Just to make you real, real hijngry -
;- Henry Stefanellis celebrated WEST BEND PRODUCTSChristmas
their 24th wedding anniversary on and start your mouth watering J.

#: r rt Nov. 20. Those celebrating birth- here's Eoline Smith's recipefor
her famous fruit cake that cir-
r days this week are: Mary Ella Lights & Decorations. .
_ Watterson Nov. 29 cle members raved about at their wrappings ,
; Lucille Lovell.

i t : t i ?vz:* L,lJ[ t Nov.29; Ernestine 30; Mrs.Denmark.W. 'E. Hall Nov.Nov.29;I an meeting old hand-me-down Monday morning recipe. ..from It's p. Beautiful Line of Christmas Cards Toys I

: t. the Smith family in Oklahoma so
Inez Davis, Dec. 1 Mike Smith.
; Gifts for all members of the family.
Stationary. .
here 'tis for the benefit of the
1, '' r ? \':f was 3 years old Dec. 2; Elaine ;
many who requested it: 1 lb.
Strickland was 6 on Dec.1; Randy
candied cherries, 1 )lb, Sgndjed
Johns was 12 on D e. 4, and An CHRISTMAS CANDIESWhitman'sandNorrisCANOVA

...........T\W.. ... ..... .. -ft7IIOI,..-V ....\III... I II ne Matthews was 10 on Dec. 3 .. pineapple, 1 lb. pitted dates, 1 lb. JK
.. .....
I -.cqoIaA. .-.... r,1 Wilma Alexander celebrated Nov. nuts 1 cup'selfrising flour, 4

ri pee 1, Jimmy Gentry Nov. 5, Elissa I eggs beaten! well 1 teaspoon
vanilla ... Mix well down
r Stefanelli Nov. 6, and Dr. HOUP' prrss
Nov.S... 'I in two loaf pans which are greasedand
JEWELRY r lined with oil paper ... Bake
Recent article in The Washing
ROBERTS at 300 degrees for one hour ... Pharmacy
ton Star tells about Dr. 1L Chandler
then try to hold the family back!
Stith (son-in-law of the H. L.
Jeweler" 1 Brownlees) being '''paid a well-: Well don't forget the Santa

"Your Friendly deserved tribute from the Wash Parade this afternoon (Friday)
ington District Baptist Convention ... And while we're on the subject WALLGREEN AGENCY ,

t fathldl 1+e1 t iY upon completing ten years as executive here's a plea to some of you ,
I secretary of that organization older boys and girls ... How's I Starke Fla. Phone 160.P ,

... He and. wife Elizabethwere about refraining from tagging

voted a trip to the World along with Santa's truck and I ..




., d Among those from out-of-town I Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs and ,,Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smith I Miss Fran Taylor of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. p. D. Fancher returned Mr. and Mrs. Tom Beggs, Sr.
attending the funeral of Col. D. daughter Karen saw the Santa and family of Jasper, Mrs. Bob and Miss June Patel of
I Tuesday after two and Mrs. L. M. Cooper of Madisonwere
E. Knight were: Judge and Mrs. ,Claus parade in Jacksonville last Lane and daughter Sharon of Starke were in Miami over the weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. Tuesday guests of Mr. and
A. V. Long, Judge John A. H. Friday. Macclenny spent Friday with Mr. weekend.Mr. E. Fancher in Birmingham Ala. Mrs. Andrews.
Murphree 'J. Lance Lazonby, S. Mrs. Hogan Smith was in Jacksonville and Mrs. W. A. Solano and family. and Mrs. C. A. Geiger and Mrs. T. F. Landrum and daughter Charlene Guy Hardy had as her
T. Scruggs, E. A. Clayton, Henry Monday visiting her sister Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and son, Nelson, of Green Cove Springsand
Frances, ,weekend her cousin Ydrah
L. Gray, Wade Hampton W. N. Mrs. E. J. Kuhn and mother, Mrs. G. C. Conner were Mr. and John Burton of Columbus Ga. spent Thanksgivingin guest
THE NEWS Long, Dr. and Mrs. John E. Mrs. R. C. Weaver, Sr. of Miami. Mrs. J. D. Bridier and mother, were Thanksgiving day guests of I Gainesville with relatives. I Bryan of Gainesville.

Maines, Robert S. Bird, Mrs. Mer- Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark and Mrs. Grale Bridier of St. Augu- '
J Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle. ': '' ,-, : -, :_ ; _: ," : ': .=. '- -.- :
:: ; -
- : : -
ry E. Knight, T. E. Duncan, all family were in Crescent City stie, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Strick- - : '
L. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins returned Hal and of last land Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Quick, Sr. ..
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gentry of Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday Thursday and daughters, Irene and
daughter, Vida Jean attendedthe home Monday after a month's.visit Y. Maines, Maurice Langford Mrs.I week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Linda Sue of Florahome and Mr. entertained at, a family reunionon Truly Expert
Shrine ceremonial Jackson- with her son-in-law and daughter, T. M Riherd, Mrs. Alice Langford, Thomas.Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Conner and daughter Thanksgiving.
ville on Nov., 2L Dr. and Mrs. .B. A. Pope, Jr. in Mrs. Edith Knight, Mrs. Mattie and Mrs. Wm. N. Long Brenda Faye. Radio And I V
Mrs. C. A. Driggers bas re- Norfolk Va. Markey and Col. Joe H. Williams, and daughter Mary Dena, of Mr. and Mrs J. R. Chambers 01. AOTHK CouBtjr OF Judge's PROBVTKthe Court, \
turned home after five weeks in Miss June Clark of Jacksonville all of Lake Butler; Mrs. Anita Gainesville spent the weekend and daughter, Sandra had as Bradford Co .ty,
Kentucky with her parents. Beach and Kenneth Clark of Jack- Cason, Mrs. Meredith Fergersonof with Mrs. F. H. Long. holiday guests Mrs. E. F. Whittonand State of Florida. I V SERVICEALL
Mate of Alfonso William Redgrave
Mr. 'and Mrs. Jack Alvarez and sonville spent the 'weekend with Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddishand Mrs. Eva White and son. Deceased.
children: of Perry were weekend their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L E. Knight of Bunnell; Mr. and Mrs. sons, Glenn, Mike and John, Charles of Ringgold La. The State of Florida. To All PerSons ALL MAKES MODELS
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Al- Clark. Charles Larsen of Lakeland, Carl and Joan Slade joined Mr. and Vasco Forsythe, Wally Solano !Said! Decedents IntereKted IB the Estate of -
varez and'Mr. and"Mrs. R. B. Al- Mrs. Rena Carter and Mr. and Prevatt of Lawtey, Hollis V. Mrs. Herb Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. and Carl Brown returned to Pa- You are hereby notified that a
, varez. Sam Alvarez of Winter Park Mrs. Roy .Carter of Miami were Knight, Jr. of Fort Jackson, S. C. Bill Graham and families and trick Air Base last Wednesdayafter written instrument purporting to be* FREE ESTIMATES CALL 239
the Last Will and Testament of said
also spent the weekend with Mr.. Sunday evening guests of Mr. Mrs. Mary Price, of Quincy, Mrs. Jimmy Reddish in their camp in a week at home with their I.decedent has been admitted to pro-
and Mrs. A. L. Alvarez. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus. Doris Turner of Tallahassee, M. the Scrub for. supper last Saturday families. ;bate in said Court. 6 Most.. Experienced 9 Finest Equipped(
Get Your Hallmark Christmas I, Mr.. and Mrs. W. G. HaDe and O. Harrell of Brooker and Paul F. night Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ortagus of You six are calendar hereby months commanded from withIn the- 6 Satisfaction Guaranteed
Cards While Selection Is CompleteAt the Woodfin Haile family of Knight who had recently returned' Miss Mickey Caruso of Jacksonville Jacksonville spent last week with date of the first publication of this
Bnfflngton Studio & Gift Shop.! Miami visited the Stephen Foster from Munich Germany. spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Solano. notice to appear in said Court and
show cause if any you can why
Mrs.Harry Mooty and daughter, Memorial on Friday, We have many gift items for Mr. and Mrs. 'Henry Stefanelli.Mrs. Mrs. Warren Perkins and Mrs. the action of said Court in admit Chas. C. ShepherdI
Gerry,and house-guests, Mr, and Mr. ,and Mrs. H. K. Tyus and Xmas use our lay-away plan, at Dewey Warren and son, Annie Colson had as Thanksgivingdinner ting said Will to probate should Hot
Mrs. W. S. Vandernp, Jr. and son, Harold, spent Thanksgiving Leila's. Phil, were shopping in Jackson- guests Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Theron unrevoked.A. Yawn. County Judge. I I TV Sales & Service Seat Covers
daughter, Dawn, spent Saturday weekend with: relatives in Chatta- Mrs. H. B. McLendon and ville last Friday while, Mr. War- Poppell of Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs. 1 Rradford County, Florida. PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA.
in St. Augustine and saw the hoochee and Blountstown. Ken- daughter Jeanette, and Miss ren attended a meeting of the J. C. Poppell Plant City, Mr. and First publication on December 4. 'I t .
Santa t laud parade there. The neth spent the weekend in Miami Marion Davis of Orlando spent I Gulf Oil Co. Mrs. E. R. Poppell, St. Augustine, !' 1S33.; 12/4 4t 12/-4 : '.- .-- .:r' :,'_: -,>-::--.--,:,_.:-:::< .',= :, "_.: .' ,-,:; '-', >.__-, _

Vanderlips returned to their homein Mrs. Guy Edwards and daugh- the weekend here, the McLendons Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthyand Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sanchez, St.: --- --- -.... .-.... .-..... '- .-..... .-..... .-......-..... .-..... .-..... .-....
Atlanta"Ga..on Thursday. ter, Ruth Lane left Wednesday I with Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Mat- CoL and Mrs. J. A. Griffin I Augustine, and Mr. and Mrs. J. ,
Miss Linda Shiver of Waycross, for a few days trip in South Flo- thews and Miss Davis with theT. pent ThankqgJving Day ,with| Colson, Ocala. The Poppells F.\\ .
Ga. spent the latter Part of last rida.Shop H. Slades. Miss McLendon and friends on St. Simons Island, Ga. Lakeland and Plant City GIVE HIM A
week with Mr. and Mrs. R B. early for Xmas. Your Miss Davis returned to FSU Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vickers and the: entire weekend with their
Alvarez'and family. patronage will be appreciated at I afternoon.Mr. family were in Folkston, Ga. over sisters. I -
Margaret Rose Duncan. Frances -.,Leila's. and Mrs. W. G. Irvan, Jr. the: weekend visiting Mr. and Lacy Rigdon of Jacksonville was -
Caldwell, Robert and Leslie Mr, and Mrs. Guy Andrews and and Mrs. W. G. Irvan, Sr. of Mrs. A. G. Gowen. the recent guest of his mother,I
Humphries, and Rev. W. S. Mc- son, Tommy, spent the weekendin Hardin, Ky. returned to their home Mr. and Mrs. Steve' Simmonswere Mrs. J. J. Rigdon, and brotherinlaw Practical
Alley attended the fan rally of Miami and Key West. today after two weeks visit with in Miami from Thursday to and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
the Senior High Fellowship of Mr.. and Mrs. 0 C. Gay of I Dr. and Mrs. A. Y. Covington.Mr. Tuesday tisiting Mr and Mrs. P. Gentry.
Suwannee Presbytery held in the Gainesville spent the latter part of and Mrs. C. A. Futch and H. Wilhelm. I Shop early for Xmas. Your
Presbyterian church "in Palatka last week with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Joe Sistrunk spent Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. patronage will be appreciated at
last Saturday evening. Gay. with Mr. and Mrs. ,M. C. Futch in and Mrs. Wm. Norris were Mrs. 1 Leila's.
Tallahassee.Mr. Augusta Hillman, Mrs. Janice' Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal and

and Mrs. Merrill Struth hadas Dodd and daughters, Patrica and sons Tommy and David, Mrs. T. Gift
Thanksgiving Day guests Mr. Jan of Ocala, and Mr. and Mrs. L. Casey, and their weekend guest
and Mrs. W. L. Edwards, Mrs.,R. H. Bartley of Jacksonville.We Mrl. E. T. Vestal of Jacksonville, .
Leah Bauknight and Mr. and Mrs. have many gift items for spent Sunday at the family hunt-

W. G. Struth all of Jacksonville, Xmas, use our lay-away plan, at ing camp in Gulf Hammock.Mrs. .
w 'f and Mrs. W. H. Struth and daughter Leila's. Annie Colson had as her
Kate, of Starke.Mr. Eddie Hartmann is in Miami guests Sunday her son-in-law and HE'LL APPRECIATE MEM'S CLOTHING
and Mrs. John Mixon and this week on business. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. S. D.
family were in Waldo Sunday Chase Hardy spent the weekend Carver of Jacksonville.Pat .
visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Mixon with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and McGriff spent the weekendin Arrow Shirts Botany Ties Interwoven Socks Buck-
rIfJWI and Mrs. M. E. Mixon. I'Mrs. W. H. Bryan in Gainesville.Mr. St. Augustine as the guest of
:" 'Mr, and Mrs. John H. Deas, Jr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson and Tom Evans. skein Jackets Shoes Botany Pants Curlee Suits

It were in Miami over the weekendand family, Jeanne Pollet, and Mrs. Mrs.' W. B. Parks spent from Hanes UnderwareAt
.. attended the U. of F. -Miami Wilma Dockstader and son, Billy, Wednesday to Monday in Branford
football game there.T. were in Tampa Thanksgiving as visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Prich-
K. McClane of Winter Park guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holm. Prices You Can Afford

was the overnight guest Satur- Friends of A, F. Sauls will regret ard.Mr.. and Mrs. M. W. Lance and
day of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Duke. to hear that he, was taken daughter, Barbara, spent the
SANTA Has His Headquarters In Starke Mr. and Mrs. Carl Steinhagen, seriously ill Sunday morning and weekend with Sheriff and Mrs.E. .
who are moving to St. Petersburgthis carried to St. Vincent's Hospital. R. Guinn in Inverness. Alvarez Store
AT GEM JEWELRYuThe week, were guests of honor ata His son and two daughters were Mrs. Yl:.A. Harris of Gainesville
surprise going-away party Sun- called home; A. F. Sauls, Jr of .
and Mrs. H. L. Speer of Pahokee
day evening given by 12 of their Morgan City, La. Mrs. Lonnie
Home of Fine Diamonds were weekend guests of Mr. and Established 1894I
: and Mrs, John
friends Pope daughter;
Mrs.. G. :J. McGriff, Sr and Mr.
Mr.. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller Swafford of Tampa, Mrs. Evelyn and Mrs. Lex Green. 44
were in,Tampa Saturday and Sun- Pnrnat nf West T>alTT Beach and
Has Your Watch Let You Down day on business. Irs.-Sauls': daughter, Mrs. E.-P. I

Mr. and Mrs. R., O. Dansby and Renner of Gainesville.
son, Micky, were in Hahira, Ga. Vicki Frees ,had as her weekend -I
BROKEN MAIN SPRING on Saturday visiting Mr. and Mrs. guest her cousin Margaret
Rex Dansby. Irene Craig of Jacksonville Beach. t t
The price.you pay for your Watch does npt( "GUARANTEE Order Your Photographic Christ- Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Malone and

Main Spring breakage. jWHYQ Because ELGIN mas Cards Now. Bullington Studio son, Jimmy, spent overnight
WATCHES" and only ElginfotclftffwiTK the Dura- &: Gift Shop Thanksgiving with Mrs. Malone sp
Power "Symbol on the dial guarantee the Main Springin Mr. and .Mrs. Raymond Howe, rents.in.Sopchoppy. .. ? 1.1
your Elgin Watch will never, never,break in service. Jr. and 'son. David'of St. Augus- 'Mr.-ani' Mrs. S.: D. Goodman ;;
These:watches are adjusted and timed( to"give a Life- tine and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Corwinof spent the weekend in Miami.visit
Newfane, N. >y. weekend ing Mr. nd').{ns.Cyril.Pickren.)
;time of service' 'Beautifully styled for Eye Appeal. were A'' Noce Selection _
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Friends cjf Joe Hoover will regret -
AT ALL Howe Sr. to hear that he is in Riverside -
Miss Katherine Sakaly who. Hospital where he under- of Gummed Seals 4
Price levels tap/ease has spent the past year in Arabia, went an operation last Friday. I
your purse nursing for the American Oil Co.,. le is getting along as well as can Ribbon
has returned to the home of her, be expected. Mrs. Hoover is CANDY t
7p and to $325 Angel Hair
$33. up brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and. laying with Mrs. Hildabelle
Mrs. E. T. Shull Sr. Bence in i Jacksonville L
while Mr. t Red BellsEnclosure !
Including Beautiful Diamond Models FOR THE HOLIDAYS
: Hoover is
.. .w Mrs. R. A. Weeks left Tuesdayfor in the hospital FOR EVERYONE
Pelham Manor, N. Y. to visit, Mrs. D. L. Silcox spent from Cards
SEE OUR..WINDOW DISPLAY AND BE CONVINCED her son-in-law and daughter, Mr., Thursday to Sunday in Live Oak
and Mrs: Williard J. LaMorte until 1 I visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox. SELECTIONFrom And Many Other Items
QUALITY HAS NO SUBSTITUTEStarke's after Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox called '
L. B. Moorer: returned to his I for her on Sunday. NOWr.n.ruu'u K 0 C H S For.G Wrapping

Leading Jeweler ship in Mobile Ala. on Monday, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman t : .._ ,, .<, ,.. .,., ,,. ,, ,
after a week's visit here with his I were in Jacksonville Monday on : i1 / '- / -- -
ED SIMPSON, Owner family. The Moorers had as week. business and also 'visited their

end guests Mt and Mrs. Bill I daughter, Mrs. Crosby H. Dawk- t Far and Near We Have Assembled An Amazing Array of Lovely Gifts
Scruggs of Monticello.and all attended ins who was celebrating her birth-
the football game in Miamion I day.Rev. i Useful l, Everyone. Here Are A Few Suggestions -, Many Others In Stock

Saturday.V. ., and Mrs. W. S. McAliley 1
S. St. John who was home: had as Thanksgiving guests Mr. yyyyyyyVTTTTyyTTyTfTTTfTrfTYFOR
from the Lake City V..,A Hospital and Mrs. Willis ,Ivey of Grace- .t
THEATRE for the Thanksgiving weekend vine Raymond -Iven and Neil YOUNG & OLD

Fl LOR IDA 'returned' Ce the hospital on l Nims of Dothan, Ala. t Dresser Sets 'j'\ '
STARKE Monday for another week's confinement '. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Heath of '4 Drawing Books '
and treatment.
Fort Lauderdale were over-night
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Dedicated Service guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. _
Community Sapp !
"Mortal An Better Una Ever"U Lovely 0) StoryBooks

you find your name concealed in 'the Florida. Theatre Ai d Complete 9.Piece. Saturday.PARK Creations' r'----' Coloring Books

cot ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKET! '
CAMUIAOUTFIT In Lucite Nothing Is More Sore To Please Cut-Out ,Books

Sat. Dec. 5 ONLY .
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Sun., Mon. Dec. 6, 7 Richard i Hudunt a
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RALPH GAINEY The Hitch .i Orloff \- -
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Sun., Mon. Dec. 6, 1 Edmond O'Brien and : Lelong I J f
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IN '3 D MRS. GUY H. SALE News and Cartoon Sports Club .
Games of, All Description ]
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teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoonto Judge Theron Yawn in his officeat Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sasser werein celebrated Thanksgiving. likes cooking and enjoys reading. predates her
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HAMPTON mix, thick as cakes. Steam Hawthorne business She plans to be a housewife when generosity. [ing the last six-weeks-period
Starke. on Monday
3 hrs. ,. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson May and she is grown..We hope she learns The fifth and eighth grades are I I these two grades had only threei
Attendants were Mrs. G. P. boys, Billy and Spencer of Palat- to cook before that time. leading in school attendance. Dur- i absences each and no tardies.
by>> Mrs Wm. W. HammondAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Dressing, 1 cup sugar 1-2 cup Wadsworth sister of the Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dell of New ka and Mrs. Minnie Marcionnywere 1-
groom During the
Thanksgiving holi-
butter, 3 1-2.
eggs cup boiling
Smyrna Beach callers in
were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr.
/ water, flavor with vanilla. and Lelia Duke. Mr. and Mrs. days Nancy Dryden visited in
town Monday morning. and :Mrs. H. D. May. Starke I
St. James Pudding: Mrs. Lavola Cook of Atlanta Matchett will make their,home in About 25 old friends and neigh- Mrs. Thelma Dew and children i to Crystal Willow Lake Ruth, Ruth Hammondwent

1-2 cup butter 1 cup molasses Ga. and Shelly Matchett of Hampton -I Hampton where the groom -already bors 'of Mr. and Mrs. Coalsie Rig- Jackie and Vickie of tfewbury went to Gainesville, Iris :McCul Perry EARL

:ft cup milk 1 teaspoon soda. 1 were united in marriage Tues- had.a. new cottage in which don, gave" them a house warm g"N. Yare spending the winter lough visited in New River, Jim-

at their new'' home at Hampton :with Mr. Dew's parents, :Mr. and mie Dyal went to Cedar Keys and
Junction on Monday evening of Mrs. C. C. Cannon, while Mr. Dewis Avey Williams went to Brooker.

last week. in Korea. P. T. NoUn our general supervisor -
Miss Mrs. Minnie :Marcionny was a came on
Josephine Thomas of Monday of this
Gainesville spent the weekend at Thanksgiving guest of her daughter -I week and showed us three films COOKSGROCERIES
t 'o o Mrs. Ellis Thornton and familyof
her home. here. I which we enjoyed very much.
Starke. .
I Mrs. May Sweeney of Gaines- HowellV'illiams mn_ an4 Lamar
ville spent Sunday in town and SCHOOL NEWS Brown have been busy making a
1 attended the 5th Sunday Conven- We had only three days in the large map of Florida showing all MEATS
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lunchroom last week. Wednesdaywas the --
tion at the Christain Church.Mr. counties. After it is finished
the best lunch period of the they plan to give it to the fourth S. 301 IN NORTH
and Mrs. Wm. W. Ham- STARKE't
week for on that day we)ad a and fifth grades to keep in their
mond and daughter Willow Ruth,
Phone 339.J
I real turkey dinner with all the room.
were Thanksgiving guests of their'
trimmings. We are now looking The Glee Club is progressing QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
son and wife Mr. and Mrs. JohnE.
forward to the good Christmas nicely. Mrs. Hendersen is
Hammond' and son, Chester giving 'WE CLOSE 9:30 P.M. SATURDAYSPrices
dinner which we know Mrs. Johnson good leadership to this
I 1 I' 1' i iI other guests were Mr. and Mrs. project
James Starkie of Gainesville.Mr. will cook for us. and her efforts are appreciatedby Good Fri., Sat., Dec. 4, 5
There were 75 pupils and four both pupils and teachers.
and Mrs. Richard May and -- '- "
teachers in regular religious services -Mrs. Dan Johnson has very 1
daughter, Melody spent the last Sunday.We kindly given the lunch room Maxwell House
1 I' I Thanksgiving Holidays in Re ves- CRISCO I
were so glad to have sucha oranges for dessert. Everyone ap-
ville, N. C., returning Sunday eve- large number of parents at our

ning. Thanksgiving program. We hope 7o Relieve ,. I
Both Rev. Bob Gray's parentsand that all of them come again soon. AI"-'J OJ "n 5
Mrs. Gray's were their Six children in the fourth and "" 1 Ib 79cCOFFEE 3 Ib tin 79cSwifts

Thanksgiving guests. Little Val- fifth grades spent Thanksgivingwith
'* -.. eria Gray returned to Tampa with their grandmothers. I
Ct'e them and will stay until Christ Eighth Grade Personalities 666 Jewel .

Proved by over :L,. ....:: !); t- % Speei peers Avey Williams is the daughterof
mas.Mrs.. Fannie Meads spent Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Williams of UQUID M U8UTS-SAME61STafzuVYYYYYYYYYYYyyyyyyyyyyyy BAKERITE 3'btin 69C

Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs.A. Hampton. She was born in Lake

L. Kingsey of Oklawaha. Butler but lived in Brooker seven I
FILLS,WASHES,RINSES and DAMP- Mr. and Mrs. Shelly Matchettwere years before she came to this i Snow White or H.SUGAR.
Thanksgiving dinner guestsof school. Avey is 13 years old, four
MATIC CYCLE 4 f::: feet four inches tall, and
Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Matchettand weigjhs .WHEEL SAFETY
TUB CAN BE FILLED TO ANY DESIRED family. 133 pounds. She is a member of
i lEVEL FOR LESS-THAN-FULL M ,A the First Baptist Church of Hampton -
Miss Connie Sweeney of Gainesville Ib 3 tall 39c
LOADS rE. spent Thursday afternoon and and takes an active part in 5 39c
all religious services. She has
three brothers and three sisters.
t I CLOTHES ARE THOROUGHLY chett. Two of her brothers are attending Starke Tire Sales THE ABOVE WITH $5.00 OR MORE GROC. ORDERSwan's
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Furh-
j DAMP-DRIED hit school at Starke. She dis- .6..6..6..6..6.J.J..6..6..6.J..6..6..6.J..6..6..6..
man and son, Pat, of Jacksonvilleand TOILET SOAP
VlB TIONLESS no need to Paul Green of Titusville were VEL

bolt down Thanksgiving Day guests of their giant large 4'or 17c

AMERICA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL AU. Grp; aunt, Mrs. Vernon Slade and .J 8 PIECE 59C 23C
t TOMATIC. Equipped with STAINLESS / family.Mr. / 1s
i, TEF4 TOP, .,- ...rd e and Mrs. C. C. Hill and LIVING ROOM
.J" sq .... i hz Park Shamrock P. MEAT or BREEZE
1. -' r : ,., Mrs. I. V. Hype of Pamona
.V.1I: ;S- i':, 'f t were guests Thanksgiving of the 1 f
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''--' Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Williamson -
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:;f7ih/\'J. < :. and family spent ThanksgivingDay 1 M.\ P. LIMA BEANS Peter Pan

Ensemble 7 .: ; : ., with relatives in Live Oak. $139.95 P'NUT BUTTER

s 8 @ Perfectly matched ,. '<.' "' :,\. ." Mr. 'and Mrs. J. A. Sasser attended 3'< 29c

._.-'"' in beauty, utility .-- a cane grinding at Heil- Phone 80 Starke, Fla. i 12-0 34c
and pcrforouutccl! bronn Springs on Friday. 1
Come In for aIll' 2-END TABLES
.. .$ I I of Arcadia spent the weekend
,:... rd"4. 2-TABLE LAMPS For
a with their parents Mr. and Mrs. 1-PLASTIC PLAT 2 19 2 cons 19c

1 -.....' J. G. Adkins. FORM ROCKER I-SOFA BED r

., ., 1 :: and
Mrs. Pat Smith son Billy

T of Jacksonville spent Wednesdaywith 10% OFF ON DRY GOODS

.... Mrs..Verna Young andboys.On a.
i : ..._ ...0 Thanksgiving Day Mrs. Young

N entertained her brother, Walter tr bqr MEAT' SPECIALSCHUCK I
I Stitch, and wife of Sax.Mr. .
and,?-!Fs. John Knight and
son Ronnie visited Mr. and Mrs. STEAK or RIB & BRISKETROAST

REGARDLESS OF CONDITION Purvis Green at Heilbronn Saturday .
night. STEW BEEF

Mr. and Mrs. J. W., Jackson of

C. H. :NASWORTHY GENERAL SUPPLIES Kitchens Starke and and Mr.children and ,Mrs.of Gainesville Eugene- Ib 39'< Ib lSc

Mr. and
spent Sunday with .

232 E., CALL STREET PHONE 198J Mrs.. W N. Jackson and family.' GOOD ALL MEAT .

STARKE, FLA. Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen '
and family spent Thursday after- CUBE STEAK WIENERSFresh
noon with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Similiar To

Brannen at Lake Butler.G. Ib Ib
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Walden -
i P. Wadsworth and son
have been hunting in the
Now-take of
F Scrub. On Thanksgiving Day Fresh D & D

Walden Mrs. bagged G. P. Wadsworth a nice spike buck.spent Small Down Payment Easy Terms FRYERS Ib 49c

STARKE TIRE'SALES 1 several days last week with heron ,
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and wife Mr. and Mrs. Thomas .Fr- ., .' -- "." ",---- ,-- "- "-- -
(Buddy) Wadsworth, who accompanied -
V -- her home ,Saturdayand r

Mrs.spent Wm.the W.weekend.Hammond and

4WHEELSAFEIYSALE daughter Willow Ruth were Fri- Headline News
day guests of the H. W. Bakers I I

on the Frances Meng farm.

Mrs. Dimples Brown of Flint, .
Mich. spent a few days with her .

father J. H. Parker and wife,

with and, is friends now spending in Georgia.Mr. a..few days FOR TRUCK BUYERS A.

and Mrs. Emory Brown and
son were in Earleton Sunday. i..M.., ,?i',: .. y r c.a.;: :{;:;( ;j
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Frank Brown, a student at the ,,.i'fvfsv.,,, +m:.Jg: : 'w r'.: yoC.4a
Save Today-Stop in! Safety All This Winter, All Next>Yearr!' U. of F., spent Thanksgiving at : ;, h'J'i' ;. J..,....,,.., lM:;! x t '

I his home here. In the afternoon ) $S'r
? To hold you firm on slippery streets,ALL FOUR of your tires Mrs. Brown and Frank werefishing -

must grip. Make certain they do-our tire check-up: near Graham.W. L
H. Griffin is spending some-
costs you nothing.Should need 1
you or more new
time in Jacksonville with his .son
tires, our special offers save dollars on
you mcny Percy and wife. 'Iwi..wra 'I/
p = the finest slick-street skid protection,anywhere! Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Layfield
v and children of Gainesville calledon ':
FULL CAPS the Raleigh Brannens and Mrs.

; 4c M. B. Layfield Sunday. .? (wS6.xiiS.i' ., t .... 1 iis I
'. Mrs. Oglesby and some friendsof
$$9.95 c- y..r-wable Gainesville called on Mrs. Ellen

? : w tlr tin 4J9/IJ. Saxon recently.The .
ci Sz 5th Sunday Convention of

-r For pre-winter AND winter driving. the Christian Church was held
here Sunday. A large group at-
You roll smooth before
a storm hits, F 4 :
tended church and the dinner
WI OFFS TNt MOST COftPltU LIME OF then pull through with extra traction.
served, at noon.
Mrs. W. F. Tucker and son,

U. S.ROYAL MASTER I I U.S. ROYAL LIFEWALLWith and son Luke Mrs. of J. Live D. McCullough Oak spent Sun-and :: 'xJ

day with the Wiley Williamson's.I .. .
the one-and only This sensational new Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Adkins. wti3 Y t: : Y n V :

etfurizea1 tread that holds Nylon tube prevent daughter Louise and Mr. and e

slippery roads where tires :;. blowouts within your Mrs. Calvin Richard of Arcadia a
never held before. R S present tires. were Sunday guests of Mr. and J
SPECIAL' "f.lllm war PKttL"" .Winismrr Mrs. Emory Prevatt at which
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and your old tire : J -'. both male and femaleto NEW RIDE CONTROL SEAT Control Seat it aUndard CjO.E.nodala.available M aH other NEW CHASSIS RUGGEDNESS
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TTYYVVYYTVYVVVVVVVVVVVfwLAWTEY spent the holidays at her home Jacksonville visited her parents, HOSPITAL ADMISSIONSThe ham; Mrs. Alva Fowler, Hampton -

)\ a i'. Presbyterian ChurchFriday here.Rev. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Carter, duringthe following patients have been ; Ernest E. Triest Keystone
and Mrs. T. G. Mitchell of holidays. Heights.
Dec. 4, Junior Choir
admitted to Doctor's Clinic Hospital -
Starke were in- Lawtey Sunday ,Home Demonstration Club
CHURCHES Practice, 3:30 p. m. afternoon. Rev. Mitchell held The Lawtey Home Demonstration during the past week: Mrs. -

Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morn- by L. II. FutchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Quarterly Conference at the Club will hold its regular Eula Mae Carlton, C. C. Brantley,I HARD TO PLEASE Give him

Ing Worship 11 a. m, "Seek Ye"the Methodist Church in the absenceof meeting December 11, and all Harry J. Thomas, all of Starke; in Esterbrook fountain pen Desk
Lord". Youth Fellowship and Recreation Dr. Rutland of Gainesville who members are asked to attend and
Mrs. Harry J. Gottberg, Kingsley Set. Only S3 at Bradford County
6 Evening Worship Rev..and Mrs. George A. Purga was unable to be here on accountof bring a small gift as the Christ-
p. m. Lake; Norma Jean Lefevers, Gra- Telegraph.
Methodist Church At The Tabernacle and son were dinner guests of t personal illness. mas program will be given and
Conversion of
"The -
7:30 p. m., I
.friends in Archer, ThanksgivingDay. Friends of Howard :Miner will gifts ,win be exchanged at this

The First Methodist Church of Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Love- Saul of Tarsus". Message and regret to know that he is con-I time.; Newly elected officers of 1

Stoke will join with all Methods lady and son, Edgar of Kalamazoo filmstrip on this subject. Mr. and Mrs. James Wainwrightof fined to St. Vincent Hospital in the Club are: President, :Mrs. 'j--

Mich and Orlando, brought Tuesday, Dec. 8, 8 p. m., circlesof 'I Melbourne spent the Thanks- Jacksonville where he recently Frank Wells; Vice President, Mrs.
1st Churches in the nation-wide in and sermon at giving holidays with their parents Edward Wheelan; Treasurer; Mrs-
messages song the Women of the Church will underwent a major operation. We AdvthQd1I
observance of Committment Day the Tabernacle last weekend. Thejoveladys meet at the home of Mrs. J. R. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wain- hope he will soon be home and Jesse Smith; and Council Delegate -

OQ Sunday, Dec. 6. Rev. Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. J, T. Kite with Mrs. Claude Crowson Wright, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas able to be around. Little 'Buff :Mrs. H. C. Wainwright. AU ppjbnaIfy .

G. Mitchell will preach at the 11 ,Quigley were among the group of and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr as of Heilbronn. I. Miner,is visiting his grandmother, ladies of the community are in-
two services Sunday Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelley and this organization,
o'clock crorcn service on'the subject Gideons holding cohostesses.Wednesday. Mrs. Effie .Miner, here while his vited to join
at the State Prison.In son, Wendell, motored over to and those who are already members
Dec. 9, 7:30 parents are away from home.
"Wise Men from the West. the absence of the sponsors, p. m. Gainesville Sunday afternoon to feel that it is well worth any-
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study. The L. H. Futcnes, I
The Lord'sSupper will be servedat the Sunday morning service was take David another son who had accompaniedby one's time..
Choir practice and practice for Mrs. A. D.
Crosby of Starke BUNDSouA
the morning service. in charge of E. L. Johns of Gaines spent the weekend at home. The Charles Dinkins family,
Christmas pageant 8 m. were shopping in Gainesville
The Senior and Intermediate ville. Special music included harp- p. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts Jr. of last week. Friday formerly of Starke have recently D

MYFs meet at 6:30 each Sun I aphone andviolin numbers and a of Savannah, Ga. and Mr. and moved to Lawtey and are now
day evening. Newly elected officers -I vocal cola Christian ChurchBible Mrs. Vernon Silcox and \son of Members of theW. F. Moore occupying an upstairs apartmentin

of the Intermediate MYF The Children's Bible Mission of Starke were dinner guests of their family, accompanied by the T. L. the old Dinkins home where his

will be installed Sunday evening, Lakeland will present a sound film School 9:45 a. m. Wor-. parents, ),[r. and Mrs. G. W. Rob- Caseys were visiting relatives in parents also reside.
at 630. Crossroads" in the ship Service 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. erts Sr. Ocala ThanksgiVing'Day.. Mrs. MEETAt belusin ICIf..4il/lti"t tilt
Dec. S, entitled "The on Thanksgiving Day. __ .__ MASONIC LODGE i
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The new-member Induction P. 0 W. building Saturday at m. Prayer Meeting each Wednes- George Jr. and Nancy returnedto aeeoer Andrews or Jacksonville a regular meeting of the Intdwl_
This is a remarkable day 7:30 p. m. -J. E. Sherwood, Savannah on Sunday. who was visiting her parents also -1
Ceremony for the HI-Y Club of 7:30 o'clock. Lawtey Masonic Lodge No. 189 4 beteed w tl' bottom nil
Bradford High School will be con story of God's miracleworkingpower Minister.. Mrs. Jack Brassell and small went along on this trip. the following officers were electedto 'c
ducted during the Sunday evening ; and carries the endorsementof daughter Peggy Lee, spent the Freddie Dinkins spent from serve the lodge the year 1954: .J Easily removable. citra (tttu
church service which begins at Christian leaders. There Is no !St. Mark's Episcopal holidays with Mr. Brassell's par Thursday to Sunday with relatives James Crawford W. M.; O. J.: bio. tUft

7:30: ?. m. All parents and friendsare admission charge and the public is Eev. Raymond E. MacBlain i ents in Georgia.Miss i in Jacksonville. Anders S. W.; A. C. Pearce J. W.; _ J. Ea+t'-to-ckas rfufoot pUttiCWM
cordially invited to attend. invited. Schedule of Services Arthurine Blanchard of Mr. and.Mrs. Joe huford and Harry Wilkerson: Treasurer; H. C. 'fNrisfla

r Jacksonville spent the weekend son of St. Augustine visited his Harley Secretary ____ ___ 4 choice of color
SUNDAYS mother, Mrs. J. S. Shuford, dur-
St. Edward's Church Church of God with her father, A. M. Blanchard
9:45 Church SchooL ing the holidays.
a.m. ,
Sunday School 10 a.m. :Morn- and accompanied her sister, Enza ,
Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. Ing Worship 11 ajn. Evening OD., Morning Prayer &; Sermon* and Mrs. Mae Wells to Melrose Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lang of Clay Ther( will be a working at the Look for The Duchess Seal
Hill section spent Sunday evening It's Your Guaranteeof
6:30 Beulah Church in
: p.m.. Young People's service Cemetery Clay
Weekday Mass T:30 a.m.autdren's Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service Sunday for a visit with other rel- with Distinction.
I their daughter, Mrs. Quality and
Dec. 5.
League. County on Saturday
atives.P. I
Class 11 Meet-
7:30 Prayer
Tuesday pjn. I Winton Parrish, and family.
a. m. Ing 7:30 p.m. Thursday. HOLY ,COMMUNION H. Day of Jacksonville spent Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. BAKE SALE FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL

Keystone+ Heights Lawtey 1st. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sunday from Thursday to Sunday with T. L. Casey Jr. were his parents, The Women of the.Presbyterian

(Women's nub) Sunday School 10 ajn. Morn- 7:30: ajn. his daughter, Mrs. H. E. Priest, Mr. and Mrs. Casey Sr. of Au- Church will hold a bake sale on GASSETT EXCHANGE STORE

Sunday Mass 8''' a. m. ing Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serve FRIDAY and family. burndale and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Saturday, Dec. 5, in front of the I

Confessions before all Masses. ing/Saturday, 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Litany & Meditation. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch were Collar of Gainesville.Mr. Electric Service & Supply from \ Phone 207-W Starke, Fla.Priest's .
8 Choir RehearsaL
p.m. Thanksgiving Day dinner guestsof and Mrs. C. R. Shuford. 9 a. m. until noon.
the A. D. Crosbvs in Stark accompanied by their sister-in-
--- -
Church of Christ The four of them law, Mrs. J. Shuford Sr., motored f:

Corner 10th and BIcMaho tives in Brooker in the -------.1 to Tampa Friday to take

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Beverly and Buddy Appleby of I their daughter, Mrs. J. T. Wright, (I
Preaching A. M. and 7:3l Atlantic Beach spent from Thurs- and children who had spent the

t Starke P.M. day to Sunday with their grand- holidays here. Mrs. Shuford remained Toytown0 "
Prayer Meeting and Bible Studyeach parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. War- in Tampa for a visit with ,

II I .. .. I I. II I I' Wednesday 7:30 P. M. ren. Mrs. Appleby came over in her daughter's family.
Bible School-10 A. M., the evening to take the children Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sweat of
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor home.

HAMPTONCHRISTIAN Mrs. A. E. Massey and sons.I. Is And To Serve Your Needs "'
Jefferson, and Court Streets In The Heart of Town CHURCH Wayne and Spurgeon, motored to HEAR BETTEROR Open Ready

Phones Office 234 --Pastorium 130 Bible School 10 a. m.; WorshipS Tampa Friday of last week to
rvice 11 a. m.; Youth Program meet another son, Daniel, who PAY NOTHING A Wonderland of Toys Gifts and Christmas Decorations
.#.# 6:30 p. m. Evening, Service 7:30 came home for the weekend. Mr. f1 t\ ,

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. p. m.Bro.: J. B. Dixon, pastor. and Starke Mrs. Edward L. Massey of 11 IIT I..n.uu tutuim B will be found PRIEST'S Stores. We invite you to come, tl''

Sunday School 9:45 A. I. Training Union 6:15 P.M. FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH his parents were also on Sunday.dinner Sunday guestsof 75NeHEARING look over the wonderful displays and make your select ")

LAWTEY, FLA. evening Daniel returned to Naples I tion. A small deposit will lay AWAY your Order Today.
Midweek Service. Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching where he is attending school, and it
Edward left for Tavares on Monday -
11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek to accept a job with the Sea- AIDS BEAUTIFUL
service Wednesday 7:3.0: p. DI. i BLACK BOARDS TRICYCLES
board Railway Company. THUS GOAT UODElil
A. E. Massey, pastor. Mrs.' charles Dinkins Sr. i DOLLS
of Dew "'c.ddooIILI +
HEH.BBONN'BAPTIST Jacksonville spent from Thursday $75 ........ .....-U e. SERMON SUNDAY NIGHT to Sunday with her son, Paul ; I it
CHURCH .... t i- 1,
and family. Mrs. Horace Cox and ? "
Sunday School 10 ajn. Preaching < < t
sister. Miss Adel Dinkins, were CANOVAPHARMACY 1
11 ajn. Training Union 6:30
"HAVE YOU HEARD? also dinner guests of their par-
).m. Preaching pjn. Prayer
ents on Thanksgiving Day. ,
lleetmg Wednesday 7:30 pja. \
By Pastor Merle Packham Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. Mrs. Jpyce Schmehl of Jacksonville
spent Monday,. night with TTYTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTT CI'L g,
'' her sister; Mrs 'J.;'L.'Watersind; I : ,.
Hope Baptist Church TheressaSunday family. 1
pAY Mrs. J. S. Jones of Theressa I

Services each Sunday in old Ma- I spent from Thursday to Sunday .g I

School 10 a.m.- Preaching 11 a.m. sonic Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday with the O. J. Phillips family. I

School 10 a.m., Sacrament Serv- Mrs. Eddie Hilliard and son, Jim w '
B. T. U, 7 p.m.. Preaching 7:45 p.m. ice 6:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. of Tampa also spent the weekend xa .lf* "
with the Phillips family.Mr. Tr3 MODEL 100 SMALL VUOCIMOI
Prayer Service Wed., 7 PM. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS and Mrs. Robert lltOh
A. Whitehead ti
l 2 to 3% 101 olds take" to Hiii ono
For the preaching of the Cross is to them that perish CHURCH and children of Americus, Ck. dudes take to water.Well boI.)1 j
foolishness Sunday Scnooi 10 a.m. Ga. spent'the weekend with relatives I = q, 1 arced sturdy tubular dud from.
; but unto us which are saved it is the powerof
Morning Service 11 a.m.' here; Mr. Whitehead return- WWubriarting ChryiUr oflrt bearing ,
God. 1st Cor. 1:18 11 lK
Evening Service 7:30 p.m. ing home on Sunday and leavingMrs. <. 'F f in 10-indi front whol l moons

Prayer Meetings Wednesday Whitehead and children fora y } asier,Mct oe-fro rUhig.Co fan. l1..
night 7:45: p.m. Saturday night longer visit with his father, C. ; n obis steel saddle S.ot and(wntdU- 8''
R. Whitehead, and his grandparents $ ban era odjintabU.Mian red finbh -
$1.00 >, ?
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Arwood. a with whit trim
YOUR home is a highly nl
Mrs. H. B. Arwood returned .95
ADVENTIST CHURCH Others in Easel Type and
JUSTLOOKTHIS AT Services each Sabbath in old home Tuesday from a visit with investment an ,
her children in Alabama and Ga. n Vail Type Priced .
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sabbath Other sizes also pricedup
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins Jr. investment which has grownin $2.59
$1,95 -
$1.29 -
School 2 pjn. Preachingeach I to $12:95::
of Anthony spent the Thanksgiving $4.95She of
second and fourth Sabbaths
holidays with relatives here, value tremendously duringthe
3 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor.' MICKEY MOUSE Radio Super $5.95
I dividing the time between her
CAPACITY !Ia Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Car- past few years.Is n CHOO! CHOO! has miracle hair and (I

Everyone welcome.WOODLAWN with kit. We II
comes wave
ter, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs.P. .
L. Dinkins Sr. g have many other Dolls I
MISSIONARY Mrs. E. C. Priest of Starke spent your insurance still ade- from most of the fine dol I 'I'I

BAPTIST CHURCH the weekend with her son, Hubert houses. .
LAWTEY, FLA. Priest and family. quate? 'Ig

10 a.m. Sunday School 11 ajn. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Starlingand DOUBLE

WESTINGHOUSESPf preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:4S: prayer children of Bartow were week- << I I
Don't guess. Ask us to rg HOLSTER SETS
service, 7 o'clock song services, end guests of H. C. Wainwright Y I t

7:30 evening services. family. Mrs.' Wainwright is their review your protection today << 01This
daughter. I 4w has heavy
wagon Jr
ED-EITCTR/C RANGE rnnnHIGHLAND Mr. and Mrs. Allen Nolan and and be safe. << trY Bolsters and front gear, 28 S.|

}. MODEL CO774TWO children of White"House; the Wil- ._!. Jody and 7 :nch Double ".
... t. wuag
/ ---i--------: : -i lis the Starling H. C. Harley family family of Briceville and Mr.; K r Disk Super Balloon Tires ,
Others at $1.95 to $11.95
By Mrs. Lacy Norman and Mrs. J. T. Reddish of Lawtey H. C. WALL Pull Toy 69c "

A1I were among the holiday guestsof nl
c :i' AAAAAAAA.A.A........... Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Starling. AGENCYPhont Pull toys are always good ALUMINUMTEA

Mrs. Nolan remained for an ex- the small tots and we SETS
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. for a
each Sunday. Worship service 11 tended visit with her parents because 146 have several to choose from 'IJ
of the illness of her father, Call Street
a. m. and 7 p. m. Prayer meeting 200 E. a t
each Wednesday 7'p. m. Teachersand Mr. Starling. We trust that he Starke g TELEPHONEf vp .o Y a J
I officers meeting each Saturday will soon be up and about again v

I 3 at 7 p. m. Mrs. L H. Hill of Ft. Myers AL* tAtAAAAJ44MMAAAAAAASanta
:Mrs. Ray Hinkle Jonnle Mae 1 I
Strickland Wilbur Moblea and ;

Mr. and Mrs. Hightower and chil1 1 << byKilgore$2.49
dren all of Jacksonville and the j. Claus/ Says Other sets from the Famous

Sidney Starlings of Heilbronn ate 1. Esquire Line I C

tended church here Sunday. j i n! SEE THE BIG BARGAINS i iIN tI << $1.00 up to $11.95 .. ;fino :

: Shirley Smith visited friends in I "

Jacksonville Saturday, while there J 'i
she attended the birthday party .

of Linda Morris. NEW AND USEDWATCHES $1.00 12 Shiny Pieces 1.00 K,
Mr. and Mrs. Brownie Austin :
It is made of Metal with a 32 Shiny Pieces 1.95 "
1 and children spent Sunday with II
Mr. Austin's sister, Mrs. Bryant AT I real dial and a bell that 52 Shiny Pieces 2.95We

BIO OVENS 339.95 Redding at State Farm. I : ; rings. We also have othersat p.

Both oven are Miracle Sealed Mrs. J'. D. Boone left Friday to g various prices.Ii,1.. also have Tea Sets in OiChina '

.bake or roast your food visit her daughter Virginia Allen, WILLIAMS JEWELRY .I Plastic and Metal (
perfectly in any rack position. urn TImint nun Tallahassee, she returned home ,

STOP WATCH SPEED --4 Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sapp and t BULOVA ELGIN SWISSA t ,0' I1',

Nona can snatch the speed of sons of Green Cove Springs were .
Line of All The Newest .
Super Coxox Gets hot instantly r visiting the Lacey Normans Moa Complete I

.. .RBI HOT in 30 aeconda! 1 1'I 39c |
day.Mrs. Little Daisy -
'UnO.M LIGHT E. C. Harvey and Mrs. L. COSTUME"JEWELRY '
AUTOMATIC J. Norman were in Jacksonville Others up to $1.19 ft!

Shop,visit, dean or play whfl 12 STORAGE DIAWElfSlftPLIFHD Tuesday on business. ''I I Private Eye

your meal coob to. COOKINOCONTtOlS Lacey Norman and George Gongof i I At Prices Christmas Candies PISTOL 59c, BUYChristmas g I
perfection automatically. Jacksonville were bunting near '! g Cards

Electric and off Timer turns wish.large orenen Green Cove Springs Thursday.W. You Can Afford To Pay ,'" t l1 You will want plenty in We have other from Kil-: i I
u you J. Negrych of Middleburg from PRIEST'S I
...W MM, n(feriTM r n your house for Christmas. gore Stevens and Hubley.
was a supper guest Friday of SEE US FOR

you CAN 81 SURE... '!rs es tinghouseSISTRUNK the Mr.Jacksonville E.and C. Mrs.Harvey Marvin were family.visiting Thompsonof the .i EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING ,: VAN H. PRIEST CO. Inc. f \

Lacey Normans Sunday evening.

FEED & SEED CO. visitor Lacey Mr. and to Norman Jacksonville AIrs. T.was E. Pease a Monday.business of SL 155.1 n. WILLIAMS _JEWELRY Starke, >-1 fig STARKE, FLA. 5c TO $1.00 STORES CLYDE PRIEST, Mgr. ( !I

Phone 39 Starke, FL] it Marys. Ga. were business visitors: d t 5t 'S1C s '- Ii i

here Wednesday.


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PAGE EIGHT_ _ _ _ .__. -- n FRm-v.. n lI.nn"D a ......
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ChurcH for more than 40 years. partment must accompany eath bid. County Telegraph shall publish this dence and address Is: Wanchesi, week for two
Funeral Monday Bobby CrewsIn All checks or drafts shall have Order In next four weekly Issues. j North Carolina.You" ita December consecutive weeks in' claims and demands which you or
He was, active in affairs of that been issued within 60 days of the Witness my hand and official! are-heebYMtifled 'that "a 11, 1953, Issues.1953. and December either of you may have against the
For R. T. McDavid date for bids. Certified seal at this Decem- estate of Alfonso William
church until ill health forced his receiving Sta/kev Florida suit for Said sale to be under and by virtue Red
Navy Service cheeks have the necessary ber 2. 1953.tOFFICIAL.. of the grave deceased, late of said County
retirement three Divorcehas Statutes of the State of
years ago. to the
Retired Farmer State of Florida's Documentary SEAL) Charles A. Darby been filed against you in the Florida in such cases. "made and pro. Judge of Bradford
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Stamps attached. .. As Clerk of said Court affove! named Court and cause and vided. County Florida at his office in the
Crews son of and The name of the bidder and the : By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk you are required to serv'e a copy of /s/ L. P. Rafuse .. court house of said County at
Ida G. McDavid Brooker four Bobby Mf. Starke,
Richmond T. McDavid 86, re ; i within eight calendar
be L'fe -
applicable Project Number should Charles R. Hess; 204 Guaranty your answer or pleading to the complaint /d/b/a Rafuse Garage,
tired farmer of Brooker, died Sun- daughters-Mrs. Carl Van Sickle Mrs. Stafford I* Crews of New shown on the check or draft. Bldg.. Jacksonville Florida. on the Plantiff's AttorneyJ. Lawley, Florida. first months publication from the time of the

day at the home of his daughter, Gainesville Mrs. J. H. Sowell River, enlisted in the Navy on Nov. AH with work Plans Is to, be Specifications done in accordance and- Attys. for Pir. __ n/4 4t 12/25 Donald Glbsofc.Jacksonville J:!6 E., For-Fla. 12/4 2(!.!L.1 claim or. demand of shall this notice.be in writ Each
Sickle in Gaines- Brooker. Mrs. Allie Rae syth Street. ing, and'shall state the place of
Mrs. Carl Van Malphurs lOandisnowin Special Provisions of the State !. Circuit Court. Bradford County, and file the original In the office of -TO---aOTlCE ---- residence and post office addfess
illness of several: Gainesville, and Mrs. M. I. Road Department. Special attentionIs IB the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor CIU'UI1'OItS of
ville after an Ogden, boot training at called to "Notice to Qualified Con- Florida Chancery (1933 Probate Act. Seen. 119, 120) the claimant and shall be sworn to
Rosalie Plaintiff, Paul before the 4 day of, January
" months. Pompano Beach; 15 grandchildren; San Diego, Calif.A tractors" and any Special Provi- Norman Sizemore Sizemore, Defendant.vs. 1954; otherwise the allegations of la Bradford th* Court of the County Jadge by ,the and claimant such, agent, his attorney -
30 great grandchildren; and one sions contained in the Proposal will be taken as confessed Conaty, Florida any claim or demand
Mr. McDavid was bOrn August graduate of Form. Case No. 10-215 said Complaint IB Probate. not so filed shall be void.

5, 1887 in Oxford Fla., the son of great. great grandchild. BHS in the class Plans and/or Proposal Forms will Order, Appears Of Publication State of Florida And Notice Tot To This by notice you. shall be published In re: Estate of Alfonso William Winnie L. Redgrave,

the late Astor ,and Susan Johns Funeral services were held Monday of 1953, Bobby be furnished to Qualified Contrac- Paul Norman Sizemore, whose res- once each week for four consecutive Redgrave.All Deceased.To As executor of the Last Will
tors' upon application to this office idence and address is: 4113 Tenth weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Creditors and PcrMtaa Hav- and Testament of Alfonso
McDavid. He moved to Alachua afternoon at o'clock in the had been a member 4 lug Claims or Demands
for the sum of $25.00 per set. Extra Avenue Wham 8, Alabama.You graph. William Redgrave, deceased. -
County 60 years ago and was a Antioch Baptist; Church with the I of the local sets of Plans may be purchased for are required to appear on Dated this 27 day of November. You Estate and .
deacon in the Antioch Baptist pastor, Rev. Tom Capell; offi- National Guard a $10.00 per set. The Standard Specifications January 4. 1954, in the above named U53. notified and each required of you to are hereby First publication December 4, 1953.
I Ii may be purchased for $1.00 Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby present any 12/4 U 1/%4
.......- .- _A_ company since per copy. Plans, with or without seeks divorce. Clerk of the Circuit 'Court.Py .
Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Provisions may be purchased -
Bradford shall
County Telegraph
12/4 4t 12/25
1953. by fabricators .
January for 110.00 per set. publish this Order in next fuur
1 He resigned from the Guard recently NO ANY REFUND OF. THE WILL ABOVE BE MADE CHARGESFOR FOR weekly Witness issues'my hand and official seal NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Sat. Mon. ..

'Sale and obtained clearance from PLANS AND PROPOSAL at Starke, Florida, this November For Wrecker A Storage Charge Only !
I'ro-Ohri4ffla the local Selective Service Board FORMS. 2. 1953. Public Notice is hereby given thaton ..
: Proposal Forms will not be issued (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs Monday. December lIst 1953 at
in order to enlist in the Navy.Bobby's unless request Is received at least Clerk of Said Court. 10:00 o'clock A.M.. undersigned will
24 hours pri6r to opening bids. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk .tell at Public Auction to the high-
father, Stafford Crews, The right is reserved to reject Zach IL Douglas. 505 Lynch Build- est bidder for cash as Rafut Garageat
: is chairman of Local Board 18, any or all bids. Ing Jacksonville, Fla. Lawtey Florida. the following

: j Treat yourself to a Selective Service, which includes STATE FLORIDA ROAD DEPARTMENT'.. OF Attys. for Plf. 12/4 4t 12/25 described storage automobile charges on for which wreckerand a lien

Bradford and Union counties in its Richard H. Simpson, ChairmanSam NOTICE TO APPEAR on the same is claimed: Blouses
I jurisdiction. He has an unbroken P. Turnbull State Highway hi Circuit Coart. Bradford County 1941 Chevrolet 5 Passenger
Engineer. 1 Florida la Caaaeery. Coupe 1952 Fla. Tag No. 3-
'U I really handsome SUIT record of service on this board 12/4 2t 12/11 E. T. Hayes. Plaintiff, vs. Carrie J. 25125.: Mtr. No. AC 183540.
; ;: since it was set up in Starke in NOTICE-10- APPEAR Hayes, Defendant. The above notice is to be published .
Case No. 10-20S in the Bradford County Telegraph -
1940, with the charter members IB Circuit Court. Bradford Couty, .Vetlce To Appear.To a legal newspaper published Limit
; being Mr. Crews, N. D. Wain- Florida IB Chaaeery. : Carrie J. Hayes whose resi in Starke, Florida, once each
W. Brinton LeCompte Plaintiff,
, v wright, Jr., and W. H. (Hal) Ed- Nell -V. LeCompte Defendant. If Perfect
/fkfOr Case No. 10-21 '- 'I
: wards. Mr. Crews has served
, #
hotice To Appear. I 50cLots
;, : chairman of the board ever since To: Nell B. LeCompte whose resIdence I Would Be 1.00
. "" u//'t' ; ."". all! .the resignation of Mr. Edwards and address 1st-2802 N. Harrison -
-i. i
4. ; Street. Wilmington Delaware. 0
'0. 1.; ".. .. .J} about ten years ago. Since there ,, You are hereby notified that a & of Styles
:. i :: is no pay attached to the office, suit for GIFTBOXES
and ratification of
Mr. Crews states that he looks upon separation agreement

:; It's easy to look well his many years of service in has been filed against you in the I : g INFANTBonnet
If 4 dressed and comfort- this above named Court and cause and 1
,. able when you know for capacity simply as a patriotic you are required to serve a copy of NAVEL PINEAPPLE PINK
"',: certain your new suit hasuptotheminute duty. He is the only member with your answer or pleading to the complaint '

; the new looking fabrics styling and continuous service on the board William on the D. Plaintiffs Morgan. 507 Attorney Clark Oranges Oranges Grapefruit <\

since its organization. Bldg. Jacksonville, Florida Hoods
top quality tailoring.
and file the -
original in the office

.. ; ( prices Kenyon offer Clothes you at everything reasonable Merry Beth Ray or of the before Clerk the of 4 the.day Circuit of January Court on, I f By Fast Express Guaranteed Delivery i iII

;: : you desire in a new Suit There's ar 1954: otherwise the allegations of
brilliant array of fine new fabrics in a said Complaint will be taken as con- *
variety btexciting and fessed Assorted
new weaves aur. Friends here will regret to learn by you.
d face effects. You'll find just the pattern This notice :hii.'.! be published FINEST QUALITY SELECTED SIZES f1
and shade that best suit you. of the death of little :Merry Beth ,,onte each week tor four consecutive S
'. Try on a Kenyon Suit and you'll feel Ray, four-month-old daughter of I weeks in the Bradford County Telf- n TREE RIPENED DIRECT FROM GROVEMARTIN'S Odds & Ends
'.4 .t S. the extra comfort and smooth fit of fine MrT and Mrs. graph.
tailoring. Roy Ray Chattanooga Daed this 3 day of December, .
.' ..." There's a Kenyon Suit styled just right Tenn., former residents ofI'1953.
'/ for you in our new fall stock.I. priced Starke. The infant had been Ul'(,OFFICIAL. Clerk SEAL of )the Charles Circuit A.Darby Court f FRUIT SHOP I No LimitScarves
to please too.
,"" since birth and died In Children's By. Marian 1. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. .
Hospital there 12/4 4t 12/25
Friday, Nov. 27.
In addition to her parents, sur- NOTICE 'TO APPEAR <<
vivors include two sisters, Roya IB' Circuit Conr Bradford Coast j, .
Florida la .
Ann Ray and Barbara Louise Chancery.Barton ..
Ray, L. Cartwright, Plaintiff vs.
both of Chattanooga; her maternal Pearl W. Cartwright, Defendant. l ,

of. grandmother Mrs. V. F. TannIng Notice-To Appear Case No. 10-218.

'4.- Starke; and paternal grangparents To: Pearl W. Cartwright.. whose

t: V., A. Ray and Mrs. Irene residence and address is: Naaman
Thomas of Gainesville. Delaware.Road, R.F.D. No. 3. Wilmington WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE 0 Full SizeCotton

f Funeral services were held Sun- You are hereby notified hat a

day, Nov. 29, at 2 p.m. in the suit Divorcehas for I Print IZI
orf chapel of Turner Funeral Home, been tiled against you In the
Chattanooga, with Rev. Dale C. above named Court and cause and 'rEJ' Limit
you are required to serve a copy of
.. Bittinger officiating. Interment your answer or pleading to the
was in Greenwood Cemetery there. complaint on the Plaintiffs
i Attorney William D. Morgan,
507 Clark Building Jacksonville RADIO

$19.95 )2-2-50 YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- and file ,the Florida origrnai in me orflc of ; I We ExchangeWe
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on AND '
brook parse-size fountain pens In >r before the I ) 1 Refund

pastel shades. Only'$%.31 at Brad- 4 day of January 1954;
otherwise the allegations ot said TELEVISIONSales
FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. Complaint will be takfta as confessed .j
by you. I I'S
This notice shall ne published FIIIIII14
elating. Interment in the once each week for four consecutive
was -
weeks in the Bradford County Tele- I S
147 .
Antioch Cemetery with Williams '
Funeral Home of Gainesville in rraph Dated this 3 day of December, and Service CaliSt. P
? .. A
.. 1953. .. S
STAR charge of 4s'StrSrtSrrSSSrSrrrflS fl- rnnfl
Clerk of the Circuit Court 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida Starke, ,

By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy H.t ,.. Clerk u" "..

la Circuit Court Bradford County
.'-'-"' '-'- '-'- -ATTORNEY GENERAL FIN- 'lorlda IB Caaacery.Tressie .
May Jonnard. Plaintiff vs.
GOLD REF.USED TO CERTIFYAN George R. Jonnard Defendant. #i.t: t
Case No. 10-220 ..

Sell It Rent ft Trade ESTABLISH INITIATIVE STATE PETITION LIQUOR TO Notice To: George To Appear.R. Jonnard whose Turkey ShootSATURDAY Santa

STORES IN TIlE "STATE OF residence your are and hereby address notified is: Unknown.that a ::1 Says. J

MASSACHUSETTS. suit for Annulment and restoration i

I has been filed against you in the II
above named Court and cause and -
I you are required to serve a copy of DEC. ,
Rates Good Results Easy To Place NOTICE"TO CONTRACTORS your answer on the or pleading Plaintiff to the Attorney complaint 19TH d GIVE THE GIFT

Office Of The State RoadDepartment a
Evan T. Evans, 103 Law Ex. g t ..

20 WORDS OR, LESS ONE INSERTION .- 50c Tallahassee, Florida change Building, Jacksonville. 10:00 A. M. )
PROGRAMSealed and file the original In the office or g A5
DISCOUNT OF IS LEE CENT OX TWO OR MORE IXSF.RTIOVSt&e bids will be received at the Clerk of, the Circuit Court on CALL STREET AT FLORIDA LIGHT AND
or before the 4 day of January.
Florida, from Qualified
Tallahassee 1954; otherwise the allegations of ON GIVING.
ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IX ADVANCE Contractors until 10:30: AM. (E.S said Complaint will be taken as confessed POWER CO.Sponsored ,
I_ T.) on the 22nd day of December, by you. .
MKMORIANS CARD QF THANKS,RESOLUTIONS-20e PER LINE following 1953. for the construction of the This notice shall be publishedonce .

(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) State Project.projects Job: X*. 2810-104, weeks each in the week Bradford for foui County consecutive Tele By

FOR SALE Used car parts and Bradford Market.avatlon-;Work County.6" Ocala consists Brooker Rock of Base light Farmers with ex- graph.1953.Dated this 3 day of December, STARKE LIONS CLUB t $10 LAYS AWAY J J

Type 2 Surf. Treat and Incidental
\ tires. Motor bike Admiral re- I I ; (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
frigerator. Bob's Service Stationat Iltems. The area to be paved is 7942: Clerk of the Circuit Court
A. THOMAS the State Farmers Market in Sq. Yds. A Proposal Guaranty In the By Marian It.-Crosby Deputy Clerk

REAL ES'I'A.TE BROKER Z14tarko Starke. Fla. Up amount The terms of $500.00(1) "light will be excavation required. 12/4 4t 12/25 Proceeds To Go For Sight Conservation : YOUR TELEVISION SET IWith I

1M Tealle An. TeI..e FOR RENT Furnished (Z) "medium excavation," and (3) !. Circuit Court. Bradford Couatr.
Florida bedroom "heavy excavation" as used herein- Florida IB Caaacery. .
glassed-in above Indicate,
respectively. (1) Charles W. Wright. Plaintiff, vs.
HAS Bleeping porch. large living room, less than 8000 Cu. Yds. mile
per Lucille
kitchen and dinette. 4I' South Wright, Defendant. fJ an Appointment for Installation for t\
(1).8000 to 15.000 Cu. Yds. mile
per Case No. 101'1Order
FOR SALE St. or apply at Tuck's Auto Cafe tf per and mile.A (3) .more than 15,000 Cu. Yds. Appear Of Publication Stat Of Florida And Notice Tot To LARGE U Christmas. See us now while the Best Appointments >'

Proposal Guaranty consistingof Lucille Wright, whose residenceand
I_.) r. Kr.lt tot..... G.- SEWING MACHINES-Sell for balance either certified check cashier' address Is: 2617 La Mlrada Avenue g are Still Available. .
aid R .U.raat oa Malatera. t.Ia due. Write S. M.. Box 82J. Check trust company treasurer's Hollywood. California.You FINE 11
pregnW* ...1ag eat"PJ'OO Stark, Fla. tfchg check or bank draft of any national are required to appear on :, '.3
.t, baace or state bank, in the
.eo "' "f January 4, 1954. In the above
co.. .I .t Will FOR SALE-Gas Range, Magic Chef stated above, made payable to the named Court and cause, wherein i "//y For
e1tC'uqe for attractive property 4burner. large oven. separate Chairman of the State Road De plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford TURKEYSDon't NOW $219.95 I i

.. V. 8. 301. broiler__ un oven_ __ nrnpttoallv.--.n-_# -nan--? .Iii...:'
Geo. T. Hugging ,phone 2J2-W. 1.
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SMc .1 HI...xS'"_' Gro...d.U ttp 12/11 We Are Now Equipped To

_Lake.F.Stark r.Uhe4 home .a KUg ley WANTED St.more Barney bedroom E.TO McRae RENT house-340 A N.In three Zip Starke.Cherry 12/n or VACUUM CLEANYOUR .4 i 17"1 RCA VICTOR J!

4-A broad aew .o.e for ,eM BRICK AND BLOCK WORK.No Forget To RememberSANTA tu .
*.*. "f.e.t, *.!*." uke Job too small.. Reasonable prices. .
n.t.IoLa. Work guaranteed. .. <<
William 0. TELEVISION ,
Shannon. Pox 5*5, Rt. 1. Starke.
a.4..atarI. 'for your, .VlrUl ew. .-..fcly B.,- Zip 12/11 Heaters and Floor Furnaces

...... We atM M *.." FOR SALE Boy"* 20 Inch bicycle ., C
Stark. asW $20.00. Mrs. H. IL Adams, 500 N. WITH OUR NEW INDUSTRIAL

BtILD TOMORROWFOR Better Quicker Economical

HANDLE YOCR and Boys SchwinBJKES Metal
,CATTLE AND BOGS For The Best in g
SALE-Universal Electric SALES Doll Bed 1.98 --.
apartment size! Btove, Universal Uv Oak RaehGaJMT W.......,. PLUMBING REPAIRS AND INSTALLATIONS Monitor"circuit
Table Top Hot water heater (JO le Each Frtdar CaU E Improved "Magic
waL) G. E. Refrigerator. (ill 157 lfl* Electric Dolls 98c to 6.00Gilbert << :1 system screens out static, ,
Brown. ..
Mrs. Marcus > RADIOS REPAIRED steps up power. oufoaafkaffyl :

FOR SALE-1 lot West aide Grand. Rea..aable. 'A.D..akM--- All .)U4eUchanre FILLYAW PLUMBING COMPANYPhone Trains 15.95 to 23.95 2. Improved "Deep Ima;." picQ
and llth. x
,St. between 10th See C. SHEPHERD Motorola -t1-: ,- lure tub*-for finer,lifelike,JHp4
.Some Improvement '
100 write TO W. Call St. Itarke Ph. Ztt 290 Starke Fla. Electric Eve 13.75 fl
Joe Lee at Court House or ,.. image pictures.
General Delivery.FOR Up Radios 19.50 39.95 :
3. long-disfanc reception
CLEANER-Does a better job, Electric Appliances
RE."r-Furnl.hed cottage and J *
increases sound sensitivity. (\
faster. No messy liquids. Selfrenewlnt -
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Excellent close Round-Up Cowboy
apartment lasts Indefinitely. Only STATE THEATRES Gainesville. FIa. TOASTERS MIXERS
Reasonable rent. !01 d
4. New automatic UHF-VHF tuner
Soc Bradford
Surke Flatf at County Telegraph. Holster Sets
West Madison. Tel. 6606 WAFFLE IRONS
tf (Optional at extra cost). fl

LOST. 2 weeks ago. brown 7-m_ 98c to 3.98 COFFEE MAKERS
FOR RENT-Unfurnished Bouse la iJ
H"xer. Answers to name "Duch- STARTS'WED.. DEC. 2ND IRONS 5. New wider rang of cabinet
quire at Bua Station. tf ,
ea. Reward. Contact Alpren.Rt. -more styles than ever I
Starke or call 59-J. Daisy B.B. ,
1. Box 530. ENTIRE WEEK-
Up FOB SALE V :x: Sx: : 11 Con- Complete Line Queen
crete Block, I8c each. Plenty or '
RIFLE and BB'sAll 17-tacb CU d I-cowolen.
Mortar Mix and Cejneat. Brad Q
APARTMENT FOR RENT-4 room Cutting Knives cabinet finish** in shcded-oi-.:JnI.
with aleeping porch anrt bAth. Dr ,ford. Engineering Company. Phone tf ALL THE.SPLENDOR..THE DRAMA..THE HEART OF... ,. I n I
)x, B, Herlonr. 700 N. Walnut St. Kinds Of

Up WHY PAY RENT-When you can 1- Games and ToysUse New,; Complete Line ,
own your home with a .small "..
HOl'SE FOR SALE to be moved, \ Fishing Tackles 5
down payment and the bslayu'epaid
abA bMrnnm r"M8. for rent like rent. W. H. Nollman. Our Lay-A-Way Plan CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
both In Lawtey. FU. Mrs Joyce Starke. Fla. tfche

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'53 Squad Scored I : kt: s t iYa Tornadoes Score 1


194 Points; Held Y 34-6

| Opponents To 91 4r I Victory Over UHS'II

y Bradford's Tornadoes closed out
Another football season has I I their 1954 football season with a
come to a close and with it many rousing, well-earned 34-6 victory
pleasant memories' and some I II over the Union High Tigers. Wednesday -
thoughts of what could have hap- night. Nov. 25.
pened instead of what did.happenThe The annual pre-Thanksgiving

'53 Tornado team, loaded with f I game was also the BHS Hbme-
16 boys playing their last year r'd a' ;Y t r: r .a coming and was complete in every

(. played some-very fine games of- way with a colorful half-time
fensively and had a very good defense "'" show by the BHS Band, fireworks
except in two of the gamesProbably .' $ \ < and a dance in the USO.

: : jvrx Wayne Douglas, with two touchdowns
the most 'notable thing .' ;;' ;. Sidney Jackson. Lavon
about the squad, who won six Lewis, and Sidney Strickland one
games and lost four, was their r fStc ;,. each, accounted for the BHS
pass defense. Coach Hobbs con. scores plus four extra points
I eiders this year's pass defense lvYF |booted by DeWayne Elder and
the best he's ever coached. Deep 1 '
I 0
defense Lewis, Ronnie Kite, Lake
men on pass were '" Butler half

\ Clark, and Bowers, plus the three ..... ;, back, scored for Union just three
linebackers, Skoofalos, Jackson f ? plays before the half ended and
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Douglas, Smith and Garner alter- ; ;?/1- also picked up 40 yards from
nated in this position.The > scrimmage, the most by any Union

Tomadoes'themselves threw ,, :i I back.Coach
the ball a lot 99 times, and their : t Shad Bryant's Tigers
held the Tornadoes in check dur-
inability to hit consistently hurt "
their chances of winning more ing the first half and walked off

games. The 'opponents of the 1 {-r- the field at halftime with a 6-6
Tornadoes managed to complete tie. The second half was all Brad-

only 17 passes for 103 yards total, Q" A r ford, however, as the Tornadoes
S'L started the third period with
which speaks very well for Brad
ford's defense. St. Leo, the year's plenty of pep and showed fans a
first opponent completed five rare brand of hard running, block-

short passes, the most any team ing, and also tackling.The .

managed to complete against- the I' &-.b' .pf,4 1 Tornadoes broke the game
Tornadoes. Green Cove and Kct- wide open with two quick scoresin

terlinus failed to hit a pass __ : the third period and two more
against the Tornadoes, .and Lake kL in the last quarter, and were

Butler completed one for no gain; ; ;...4 i..I knocking again when the game
-:: ended with BHS in of
MAcclenny one for a one-yard l possession
loss and Seabreeze completedone .,. i the ball on Union's 12 yard line.
pass also > Jimmy Reddish set up the first
Noteam- scored against the > i Bradford score in the first qt!_rt-
'., Tornadoes through the air, although ') 'f.0 .: < ll er as soon as the Tornadoes gained -
Palatka'and Seabreezeran possession of the ball. Takinga
interceptions back for touch- .. handoff from a punt, he sped
downs. Ten To'cnado aerials' were 35 yards to Union's 40 yard line

intercepted, and the Tornadoes { !' r and on the next play, scooted wide
'hauled in nine enemy aerials. } x7 iw :", r t tr ; around his own right end to
Mint Skoofalos intercepted four Union's 17 yard line. From there

Jackson two Lewis. Bowers, and I ( t + Douglas alternated running the
r.. Smith one each. The':Tornadoes : ball with Reddish; Douglas scor-

piled up 601 yards on 34 com- < : -; a ing from two yards out. Elder
pletions oat of 99 passes thrown. s't failed on his conversion try, but
the Tornadoes took an early 6-0
The '52 Tornado team piled up
only 223 points against 108'While :: lead. y

: .rr.ph the-' 3'\l eajn.scojed} 194 points -i : The Tornadoes' defense was good '
and only allowed 91*,agalns -them. : except for the touchdown driveof

Wayne Douglas, senior and hard- ,1 the Tigers. The defense allowed -

driving fullback, .was the top Lake Butler to make one
scorer with 60 points. Eight backs I first down in the first quarter
broke into the scoring column I three in the second, one in the

with Reddish and Lewis trying A w4 ;i 1 third, and none in the fourth.
for second spot with 36 points f Lake Butler* took ever the ball
each. Reddish scored twice on on downs the mid-stripe and in
passes, and Bradford's other 28 1 10. plays had tied up the score.
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-' Kite failed
touchdowns came on the groundthe ---- -- convert the extra
hard way. Dewayne Elder point and Bradford had time for
kicked 10 extra points, Patray I area, seems to be in better shape Statistics for the year make in- The 1953 Homecoming at Bradford High School was conceded by 'NO CONTEST' DECLARED just three plays before the half

two, Crawford one, and Teston than the line. resting reading. all oddS to be the most colorful event of its kind ever staged in Starke.A C.. S. Partin, principal of Bradford High School, has ended.

one on a pass from Patray. Sidney btrickland, a senior Tcoring: Douglas 60 points, more than capacity crowd, two bands in action, two sets of cheer- announced that due to certain "irregularities" it was Sidney Jackson, left halfback,
Vvis 36. Reddish 36 Elder 16
Even though this year's team playing his first year of footballof leaders, and fireworks before and after the game all added up to decided to declare "no contest" the election of the showed exactly how hard a run-
U, Strickland Jackson
Patray 12.
hit 16 kind,' stepped in and took ner he can be in the final half .
I- seniors a lot of the boys ,any give fans their money's worth of excitement.
12, Bowers 6, Teston 1, Crawford 1953 Football Queen. Trophies awarded have been returned -
His 29.8 He touchdown
were playing their first year of over the punting duties. of the game. set up one -
varsity football. Graduation will average distance on punts was 1. Photographs above give hOme idea of the festive.atmosphere that and instead of the Junior Class receiving all funds in the third quarter with 47
,, Individual .yards from scrim- raised each class will keep the funds donated for its
with ,
strip the lineof all.ends and good for a new man no ei -
began with the in the afternoon.
mage: pre-Homecoming parade early (Continued on page twelve)
tackles. Replacements will have i perience. Towards the end of the candidate.
to his boots better, and Jackson, 553 in 66 carries for
come from 1t&e B squad. About season were
Top : The Bradford High School Band swings down Washington
half of the backfield will graduate against Lake Butler he averaged I !3.4 yd. average;
St. with Drum Major T. J. Alderman, Jr. and featured Baton W..WUtuW..AuA
also, but'on the whole this 39 yards per kick. Reddish, 253 In 32, for 8 yd.
average; > Twirler Joann Smith setting the pace. Don't Miss Our

Lewis 382 in 68 for 6.8 yd. PINE LEVEL r.
Top t'f'Ilte.rL"1IS Cheerleaders are caught by the camera in a '
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Strickland 156 in 28, for 5.6 frenzied. moment of cheering after a Tornado touchdown. by Mrs. H. M. McRae 'iJ' ('/ "
/ yd. avg.; &,;t ft. O. .'
Douglas, S50 in 81, for 4.3 yd. Top right: The purple and gold uniformed Union County High i... ... .. .... ...& :4 -,< ':

DODGEFULLTIME avg.; I School Band goes; Into action with a rousing march tune. 'Sunday dinner guests of Mr.

Clark 84 in 19 for. 4 yd. arg.; and Mrs. W. R/ Haislop were Mr.
Center left: Miss Sue SiprHle, Football Queen candidate of
Patray, 102 in 35, for 3 yds. the Junior Claw. nd Mrs. Carl Dobbs of Lake City h r/aII/
avg.; md Mr. and Mrs. Earl Goodman

rJ-'e:'. 38 in 9, for 4 yd. avg. Center: Miss Ann Crosby, Senior Class candidate with escort Paul )! Starke. Weekend guests were

Fkoofalos.; 10 in 6, for 1.4 avg.; Rivers. Mrs. Inez Kelly and a granddaugh- \\1!1G
Brown 24 in 9, for 2.6 yd. avg. 'er. Miss Eloise Dobbs of Starke.

Fnismg Yards (eater right: MJss Nancy Bates, Freshman Class candidate. Rev. and Mrs. O. J. Raulerson )
Reddish 279 yards in 11 catches i. 'tf Jacksonville visited Mr. and
Teston 224 in 13, Rivers 96 in 6. : Lower left: Senior Homecoming Sponsors Nancy DuPre, Kathryn Mrs. J. W. McRae one day last

Smith 38 in 2, Clark 20 in 2. Kelly, Agnen Lawson, Frances Dodd. week. ,
Throwing Fames Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Thornton I
Center Miss Joann Slade, Sophomore Class candidate. e
Jackson 46 and 15 completions, spent Thanksgiving with Vernie's r

Patray 42 and 16, Bowers 3 ant Lower right: Ca.ndl"-.tes: and their escorts presented at the stadium Barents and family, Mr. and Mrs.
one, Elder 7 and 2, Skoofalos. OM ifter the game tBOXSUPPER Carl Thornton of Wateroak.
and 0. Rev. and Mrs. Hall visited their f
son-in-law and daughter, Rev. J. 1.

Season Statistics E. MurrGee, at Hilliard Sunday '"

POWER BUS OPP. afternoon; also a nephew Virgil ...
1st downs 102 73 Hall who is ill at his home In w-:11: f.3r :
and BAZAAR .
Passes 99 67 Green Cove Springs.We -
Passes complete 34 17 are sorry to report the serious -
Passing yardage 601 103 Ulness'of A* J. Hall of Dublin,
Avg. dlst. per pass 17.5 6 Ga. He has visited Pine Level ) i\

Passes Intercept by 9 10 Sponsored By many times and-4r the brother of .
Kickoffs 88 ,20 1 Bradford Rev. HaiL /
I High School
Avg; dist kickoffs 375 41.5 I Those who attended the Tri- with any 1954 phil co \

STEERJG Yds. gain kickoffs ret. 222 433 I State Fellowship and Thanksgiving Television Consolel I
Punts 35 46 GLEE CLUBSAT. Service at the Orlando Bap-

Avg. distance! punts 29.5 34.7 f Y1- tist Temple last Thursday and T'3i.#.. Buy daring this 25-year
Yds. gain punt ret. 363 79 DEC. 5 Friday were Rev. and Mrs. W. leadership celebration and I
Yds. penalized 5C5: 216 ., E. Hall Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez 3 SAVE! Offer includes this
Fumbles 18 22 and son, Daniel, Mrs. B. M. t
L' ? && USO 7:30 P.M. Phflco 4108 with true-to-life
Fumbles lost 4 13 McRae, Glenda Crosby, Shirley Deep Dimension 21-inch TV
Yards from scrimmage: BITS McRae. Rev. and Mrs. Alton
2093 in 405: tries: Opponents 1270 Dobbs Mrs. Sue Jackson Elizabeth picture plus Directional
Jackson June Conner n
in 353 tries. Average yards per and Julia
try: BlUr 4.2: opponents 35.WHEEL and Genette Thomas. Wide range of other models.
Lad ; Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wood and
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Mr.. and Mrs. F. L. Connors all : -P ,
a# BRING A BOX of Jacksonville, visited the H. M. t
SUPPER for TWO McRaes on Thanksgiving. Miss .Y Payment

Voncile: Kelly of Starke and Benton Easy Terms
Futch of Gainesville were also

76kI aft de tuOtJ fId... Prizes for Most Original recent guests of Thanksgiving the McRaes.We din-. ,
SAFETYSEE Wrapping and PrettiestBox
ner with Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Me-

aft fJe pleat ll8 ef Rae.Mr.. and Mrs.' B. M. McRae and

soiV Lynn were dinner guests of NASWORTHY%
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A Good Selection of Gifts for Sale to Fill Your GOT FT/ERYTHIVG? Give her1 I

Starke Tire Sales an Esterbrook pastel parse pen. 232 E. CaD St. Phone 198.1.
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week tion. you copy
" " give them the shotgun reception young turnip greens this ,
: \ : 'i they deserve.' right out of the garden, and it I' The H. B. Kellys and J. R. Kel- your answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading to Attorney the complaint CITY OF Carl STARKE.Johns, City FLORIDAPy Clerk. Special Master.

t2 FARMER'SD certainly Vsted good. Alice used lys were busy planting pepper T. Frank Landrum, Starke Fla. ll/o 3t 12/4 11/20 4t 12 11

A folder we have on weather only the leafy portions of the during the Thanksgiving vacation.. and file the original in the office of yyyyyvyyyyyvyyyyyyyyyyyy41HEELSAFEt1
I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or IB The Circuit Court .f Florida :
: y,3: conditions advises us that we may I greens, cooked them in some gravy ,Sherman came home last Tuesday before the 14 day of December. 1953; Right Judicial Circuit I. and for

i7 I.A R expect the first killing frost from a pork roast, and .that made from St. Luke's Hospital and otherwise the allegations of said Ilraadford Coaary.
I Complaint will be takea as cOnfessed Bradford Investment Corporation,
around here anytime between No- them extra fine. is getting along fine. by you a corporation organized and existing

vember 30 and December 10, on SS Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Mrs. This notice shall be publishedonce under the laws of the State of Florida I I
The.author win be clad to receive each week'for four consecutive ,
( items of interest concern- the average. During this week, we We're eating home baked bread' Beulah Kelly visited Mr. and Mrs.J. i I weeks in the Bradford County Tele Defendant Plaintiff vs. Josephine j I
had first frost of the L. Johns and :Mrs. V. E. Sappat graph.
: Injf, .the activities of farmer in our light now. and that is something that I Dated this 10 day of Xovemoer, NOTICE OF SPECI\L MISTER'S I I
season on November 27. It .did New River Sunday afternoon.Mr. 1953. S\LE
: Bradford pounty. Suggestion* maybe just about heads Sam's list of i
little damage, and left unhurt a and Mrs. Dorsey Byrd and (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to
left at the Telegraph office ormalleolf good things to eat. When a nice I Clerk
of the Circuit Cburt. whom it may concern that under and
Miss Evelyn Clark of Jackson- SEE PAGE SIX
: to item McGnrvey. Lawtey. few volunteer tomato plants. crisp, golden brown loaf of bread By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk by virtue f that certain final decree -
P.S ville spent Sunday 'vith Mrs. S. R. 11/13 4t 12/4, of foreclosure and sale entered -
comes right out of the oven, slice Clark. in the Circuit Court of the Eigh Starke Tire Sales
By Sam McGarveyit. But the weather has turned ,decidedly off the crust and put on plenty of NOTICE TO APPEAR th Judicial Circuit of Florida on the

cooler, and the days are butter and but we'd better stop Thought for the week: Many IB Clrralt Court. Bradford C...tr. 12th day of November. 1953 in a
> have from death Florida !. cause therein pending wherein AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJCOLONIAL
now living passed Chaacerr.
for we're to drooLS
starting Kathleen Pearson, Plaintiff. vs. Bradford Investment Corporation a
our. berries have slowed down in, unto life. If any man is in Christ, Charles Bernard Pearson Defend- corporation organized and existing .
we had.quite a bit of company concerned now with the problem of their S S he is a new creature. You too can ant. Case No. 10-185 under the laws of the State of Flor-

this week and we enjoyed feeding the cows we already have. growing. During' the mild Set out some more old berry .start livUg today. It.tire T. Appear.To ida, is plaintiff, and Josephine Bass
of them much. But for Anyhow good luck to the Peters, weather they had grown almost : Charles Bernard Pearson is defendant I, Mack S. Futch, as
most very like weeds, but now.the new leaves plants this week. We understand whose residence and address is: 14 Special Master In Chancery will
the first time since we've lived and we hope that they can come they are called "ring-outs", although Newnham Avenue, Pedford England.You offer for sale and will sell at public -
here in ,Bradford County.we_ bad back to Bradford County. shiver as they emerge. Our plantsare of the YOU'LL LOVE me n?\ Cater-: are hereby notified that a 'outcry to the highest and best
growing some fine big leaves, we are not sure brook parse-size fountain pens lDpastel suit for bidder for cash in front of the East
some' that we didn't want and it S S SAnd I but spelling. Some folks say that they Divorce, custody and control of door of the court. house of Bradford -
instead of getting bushy they shades. Only $2.37 at BradFORD minor child FLORISTFLOWERS
was an experience that we won't I will make lots of fine ber County Florida, in Starke,
now for the unwelcome are getting flat as pancakes. very COUNTY TELEGRAPH. has been filed against you In the Florida. on .Monday, December 14th,
forget in a hurry. I 9 ries. above named Court and cause and 1953. between the legal hours of
S S S guests! On the evening of Sunday, you are required to serve a copy uf sale the following described real
Nov. 22. an unknown number of We are endeavoring to keep the S.. I your answer or pleading to the property situated, lying and being

But first let's record the visits sly and stealthy thieves broke into soil on the tops of the berry beds Cuss words,' or at least the NOTICE FOR APPLICATION TAX DEED I complaint Attorney on the T. Plaintiffs Frank Landrum, in Bradford County, Florida to-wit: For All Occasions
Mrs. Everett I Lots 3 and 4
we enjoyed. :Mr. and of Block 19 of that
our hen house and stole over a loosened up all the time this sea- common ones, are quite inade (Senate Bill Ao. 163) Starke. Florida certain subdivision known and
Prescott, who live on the Lake and file the original In the office
I hundred of our fine, big Red hens. son, so we used the wheel hoe to quate. We find difficulty in expressing Notice is hereby given, that Dave ...f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on described as North Heno in PHONE 218
in to us
Butler road, stopped i Bradford
They made no noise whatsoever.in scuffle un the soil. After we had our thoughts about the Henderson holder of Tax Certificates or before the County Florida.
and brought Alice a bouquet of i who stole Xos. 526 & 528 issued the 2 day of 14 day of December 1953; I .
chicken thieves
from shrub prying a board off the hen I done that we put the rotary hoe our July A.D. 1934, has filed same in my otherwise the allegations of said
beautiful flowers a house, loading the sleepyeyedhens on the tractor frame and ran that j I chickens, for example. We could office and has made application fora Complaint will be taken as con
called Teco-maria. These folks. in'sacks I over the tops of the beds to loosen "cuss 'em out", but that doesn't I tax deed to be issued thereon. fessed by you. (j)
or carting them the following '
Maine where I Said certificate embraces This notice shall be published
who here from ,
came across the pasture. through the 1 the soil we had tramped down in I really help. Instead Sam hopes I once each week for four consecui i
the winters are long and cold '.using the wheel hoe. One difficulty that someday 'they will have to described property in the tive weeks in the Bradford County fEmi
wools the
: over highway fence
fouity of Bradford, State of Florida Telegraph
have good reason to enjoy e r v I
'and into their vehicle. Ordinarilywe i we foresee in this procedure string barbed wire through briar- to-wit: Dated this 10 day oC ember, I DISH GARDENS
mild climate. Alice is going to try would have discovered the is that heavy rains will wash down i berries for the rest of their lives SI,2 of -.sE'. of NEW Sec. 26. 1953. I
to raise some of he Teco-marla the beds.: 'I Ii II Township 8 South Range 22 (OFFICIAL; SEAL) Charles A. Darby I For I POTTERY
S S S crime early in the morning, but I East. :20! acres and S\V\4 of S'W'iof Clerk of the Circuit Court

Sam got an early start on a fencing -i .5 i .rTYTYYTYTTWTYYYYTTYTTYlBAYLESS J South NWfe Range Section 22 25 East., Township 10 acres.8 By Marian L-fCrosby Deputy Clerk I Crops & Livestock POTTED PLANTS
from 11/13 12/4
Mr. Lloyd, a berry grower '
job, and consequently we did : So far we have been unable to I The assessment of the said prop-
Heilbronn. dropped in"to exchange not discover that the hens were :1 get rid of thWmole'' crickets and HI\VAY'\ erty under the Wid certificate Issuedwas CALIFORBrnS 0Gainesville j Flowers 'Wired
of .1fY"ilkersort
in the name
ideas with us on growing missing until late in the afternoon cut-worms in ,our berry patcn. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Cut opening in front of present I' Production \
He used to grow some terries in We called the sheriff, and despite the fctttot we-have dust according to law, the prop- body mounted on one n0l6 Ford AnywhereNona
but now ( Deputy by Mrs. O. E. CrosbyLAAAAALAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, descrlled therein will be soldto Truck, Model No. 99T-99S018. and I Credit Association i
native Pennsylvania erty
his Cecil Sewell I edwith5vrcetDDTand5percent box in to clear winch. Remove
came out
prpmptlyand the highest bidder at the courthouse 620 X. Main St. i St. S Starke
most of his time to it. I body from chassis take sab-frame
is devoting W.-dusted hall first Monday in
investigated. But we found no i chlordane.! door on the
solution which-out from under it, reinforce rear I Gainesville Florida
He uses a transplanting the month of December :
signs until the following day when 'of the patch again with this: in- 1953. end and install skid rail and derrick '
7 day of December.
is the I -F
when Betting out plants, and usesa Alice found some good footprints. 'I secticide, but there was a slight Church News Dated this 10 day of November and reinstall on chassis. Also h\-\ ,
in solution to feed I stall derrick anchor installation \ .
fertilizer Deputy Sewell made casts of them, i wind drift and we think that we Rev. Martin filled his appoint- ..U53.I Include the following items: -
while One of the I OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I
plants growing. and they are the only clue so far. lost some effectiveness. Lots of ment at Bayless Highway Sunday I Clerk of Circuit Court of One 20.000 lb. winch Installed I
ideas Mr. Lloyd is excited'about growers use poison bait against morning and evening. Quite a few for County, Florida. Brad-I t\\-o and one drive. _
S S .
is the use of sawdust as a mulcn. I 11/13 One derrick to set 45 f;. poles. MOVINGLOCAL
cut-worms. neople were absent due to illness I One skid rail heavy duty. I

S S We have no ,hope, of course, of ,, as I in ,their families or because they la Circuit C..u-;: Bradford Count I Derrick anchor and jacks in-

Anti then :Mr. and; Mrs. Peters getting our chickens back but we Using wild grass hay for mulcting were sick themselves. I Floriilct Cue, Plaintiff In fhanrrry.Otis "s.. Flossie Cue Truck stalled.that installation is to be -

came to! see us. They are moving; do think that this can serve as a berries has certain drawbacksand Remember the Sing next Sunday Defendant. Case Xo. 1-207 made'on can be inspect at City 0 Safe PHONE

reluctantly back to Alabama, and I good warning to all chicken own. 'I we can see-why some berry at Bayless Highway. Everyoneis Order Of Publication And >otire To Florida.Light and _Water Plant* ia Starke OR 0 Dependable

have a few head of good cows I prs in the county. It looks as if an i i growers: are seeking a substitute. cordially invited to attend and Flossie Appear;Cue Stale, hose Of Florida residence To and Sealed bids.will be received by LONGDISTANCE e' 311
want to sell. We were unable, organized glng.is involved so I the City Council of the City of
I ? [I in addition to Mr. Lloyd who spoke bring a well-filled basket. address is-: Unknown.You : Starke at the
City Hall in
to even consider the offer for two they will no doubt strike again in Personal I are required to appear 01 .
I about it to us this week, another Items December 28, 1953, in the above Florida until 7:30 o' lock IV M. on o B. Alvarez OR
very good reasons: one a lack of our region. Someone on the ales grower (we think it was Charlie M. Sgt. Cecil Thomas_returned .named Court and cause, wherein; Tuesday, December 15, AD.. 1953,

money to invest, and two, we are may catch them in the act, and I Shuford) said he was consideringusing home from Korea October 20. His II plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford I at received which will time be and publiitlv place opened all bids and Agents For TRANSFER AND 250-J
County Telegraph shall publish this Delcher Bros.
.. I I sawdust A while ago we investigated now stationed at Manchester, Order IB next four weekly issues j read aloud. STORAGE CO.
I and X. H.' His wife, the former RosaMae Witness my hand and official I The City r "-'""'\<-'- tin right toKfIENTION
got a

1'1' ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing lj'll!' i iII I leaflet (Wood Chips for the Land Norman, and children will seal November at Starke, 1953, Florida, this 25: I, # d; R" 1n it..1

No. join him (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A Darb STORAGEPerryman
Established 1894GUSS I IJ : 323. issued by_the Soil Coniservaiion -I i soon. I
II I As Clerk of said Court
I IThafs The Thomases enjoyed a farewell -
J II service .Dept, of Agriculture -I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I
-I I II 1 Washington, D. C.) but dinner at the home of Mrs.Thomas' Zach H. Douglas. .505 Lynch Bldg., I Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Floricla

-I have never, tried using sawdust I mother, Mrs Maggie Jacksomille Florida. 11/27 4t 12/18 ...._N."';..."""' ....,=.;""' ;: .:w=,:.........._. .,. .H.._. __ ..j
Our Business :as a mulch. We intend to 'try some Norman. -The. following enjoyed I If You Have I

this year as an experiment and /this occasion with the honor !HOTICIJ TO .U'P..HR -
If It's Glass. We Have It! ,will give the plants the extra nitrogen -,guests: Ernie and Joe Norman In Circuit Court. Bradford County. TIMBER TO SELL :
CALL WRITE or VISIT and Mr. and Mrs. : Chancery For All Pest Control Phone Write
/ they will need. I Ray Morse and Margaret Wagner, Plaintiff vs. PINE Types or
Xorman L. Wagner. Defendant. OR
S SIt : ce and Dorothy :

Joe Peters Glass Co. I looks now as if we will havea White, Buddy and Juanita otli-e' To Appeari Ca&e No. 10-136 Large or Small Tracts I I FLORIDA PEST COrlTROLAND

pretty fair of Irish |Wilkerson, Marie Rowlen and To Norman L. AVagner whose I
crop pota-
residence and address Is 212S
FOR ANY GLASS NEED toes this falL We dug some this I daughter all of Gainesville, Eddie Street. Astoria Long; Island SteInway -, tye Buy AllPAY CHEMICAL CO.

1 We Design Modern Store Fronts week, and some of them are really and Daisy Norman of Wiersdale. New York. .
I 2220 X. W. 6th St. Phone
You notified 6035 GainesvI'le Fla.
Elva Lee and are hereby that a
Wilder Jones ,
__; ; Just Mail Us A Pattern for whoppers. Up to this year we had 'land Kitty suit for TOP PRICES DEMPSEY
Table Tops managed to raise only small spudsin Floyd Jones, all of ithia, Divorcehas I R. SAPP, OwnerIe

the fall Wonder if it is becausewe |Laura Jackson, JL Royal, Jo Ann been filed against you In the I 9 MOSS CONTROLPECAN
named Court and and
318 N. 'V. 13th St. Gainesville Fla. Phone 4353 used larger seed this year? Norman, 'and BillpGriggs of Jacksonville cause

U .* Mr. and Mrs. Gordon YYVVYYYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyCHARLEY Write or Call I TREES SHADE TREES, ETC.
------ --- -- -- Jones
F 1 The temporaiy winter and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. =- Contact Us Now For Estimates
grazingwe Thurman Jones and sons, Robert I

planted not long ago for our I Norman and Mrs. Norman, all of B1THOMASLUMBER i Termite Control
cows, had a good rain on it, and Starke.
BO *
loW to now seems to be off to a good Everyone wishes Household & Commercial
start. The rye'is Sgt. and Mrs. CO. !
growing pretty Thomas the best of luck in their I Exterminating
well (there's a red haze over the -- I
WIFE. new home. PHONE 211-J
beds) and the rescue II, 0 Rodent Control
: grass seed Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. and
Sapp P. 0. Box
N0.1 OF 735 I
planted is. sprouting. Glad we got --= ... -
A SERIES visited relatives in Geor- -I
A; job done for now we know = ON ALL WORK
gia during the Thanksgiving holi .> '

tfaar.jn a short time we'll have ,... .. 'V11 ... ..
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t/ some really days.Mr. --- ---- -- "'-whOLIDAY-- '
good feed for our and 11'J
Mrs. H. H. Lewis had as

hungry cows. Thanksgiving guests their son-in-
S 1&
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]law and daughter, the Bishop
i}Up to now we have not been Thomases and children of La- \f; :

able to shut the cows out of the Crosse. J 'L

( \ pla front ted sedge-grass our winter field grazing., where There we I being Saw moved the Lucian into Conners'town Monday.house I I I S SPECIAL I L f

pas a hog-wire fence up there. I They are putting it on a lot they E. JOHNS & SON I It|
but t6 a fence buster like Comfort''I K
purchased some time ago and we .
a low fence meant nothing at all. hope they enjoy their new loca- about this question I II j i' -- .'<" < '

,- f Jut fence this week we cleaned out the I'' Lit DIE S ;:; : : ; -
row (
< mostly myrtle bush- 8 _
We are stocking our store ,. ,. ; t' Kg Kg.i
esstrun I -
? a single strand of 4- II IIi !
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I ,, .
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point barbed ,wire, and replaced Let Us Thoroughly i for the Christmas'season.. ..I, "!"'C.,.... ':".. .

w4J '?some o'ecan- rotted control posts.the grazing Now, at in least.that Wash Your Clothes I Last year we had an unscheduled -!i !) have you heard about; ':" -::: I K

f--field. and get more out of it. I night visit by some I Ii j ji =
S S S Pounds () 7001)
Alice is' still busy working in i i, self-appointed 'Santa Claus' I Iq <<
the garden. She planted more radIshes For 40c! -
I who filled his bag with expensive fJ
and onion

LLr1! few lettuce plaints and weeded, FREE Bleach If Desired! I gifts. Is burglaryinsurance ni

.' i hoed and raked. She is having a i j MAGIC CHEf K
I available to cover "
\ battle with the Bermuda grass, !i

but she |is winning it. We Will I such losses? .
H. Q; -g

# Not one single sweet potato Dry Your Clothes :! f f' .. / fJ

AfHE c'Yes this year and we set .out thou- RAN E

sands of vines. We dug around the For 20cIn I I II u '.j. ,.... :'--. .-- 26I (' '" .
beds a while ago and found nothing II I I 'J.IODEL i?
New Automatic Driers! ,,- <
,but. a lot of stringy roots but Charley E. Johns&SonAgency I, I

ChriStmaS thought that we might find some. 9I
But'this week we tried again and I I'i COMPLETELY p

and present her with a we did find one measley "tater",H I <

A polecat had dug it out, chewed ThVasheteria\ :, .

gleaming new automatic on it a bit and say. "Shucks, this: INSTALLED jb K
isn't worth eating! We agreE; 'Tmplen. Starke
; '
electric with him. Phone 13 Starke Fla. I' ,
range '
: : '
.' : aiC.bt field* _just'boiit ,loaded J tI I.I ; -

J: With hairy f"e are I AII -.t I) ,\

: lJ'vzi, Jbfll: 1 watching it earut and when I II g

? PI V it is dry enough we'll
a fD' ,lot of the seed pods and 'store I This; beautiful Magic Chef gas range \

j is specially priced during our Holiday _
fuhtpe threshing. We 301 f4 ,
There's no time like the present.;.. and no f.'th..for! bk 4hat we can save .enongh I MILE 301 ii Special. It brings :you top performance I

it's the ''seedf"this to make our work plus long-lasting dependability. _-
present like the time.. not when ., way i \ ,
worth while. That is, if we can O; Regular IlealsVeekIy Specials ty. It has so many exclusive features PLUS YOUR OLD RANGE
electric cooking an
leisure time that hufomofic dry the seed properly. such as the Red Wheel oven heat .
Fountain Service
is safe clean and S. SHad AS DOW PAYMENT t
Electric cooking ,
the burner
provides. regulator
:I. one-piece top ". / t' .

economical, too makes every day a holiday I a this Yfrr'y-ear"thankful"with Sam's Thanksgiving folks.- SPECIALTfiOiflB fJ units-large fully insulated oven,- Payments as low as $6.93 per month I

in the kitchen. I Not a hapPY day.for Sam's sister ; Swing Out-Broiler plus many '.u I

Clara's husbapd Aulton is in the SONDAY DINNERS others. See this and other MAGIC One Tank Gas FREE ; i

:L I him.hospital and our thoughts.. were. of' p CHEF specials today. ., 1 1J',

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Figure_ji tbu war DmJe; rojr i Expect to butcher Happy this 1

ehe bill job bfJO I d dal'jaDCI*.You'll 1ft by..ail hy )week and we are aotg looking for- CENTRAL FLORIDA
(ok U Florvii me motel isfjtr ward to it. far we do not like the GARAGE & SERVICE! STftTI!

*uriciij (au people i* JOb parjjtularly.' Bat, my oh ray I I II

mou ....,', r/("...i's ../"..... some mighty fine eating. I I e OPEN 24 HOURS
it'* th'e me way to enjoy :q .

,_HAPPIHI.xLtCTL1cALLYli : ttORlQA U V1XG ; "'t- Had our first .mess' of nice I EXPERT O WRECKER REPAIRS SERVICE. :J GAS & APPLIANCE CO0 f


( ;) FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Esterbrook and change your own. PHONE 211-J STARKE, FLA. '! 1 149 W.CALL ST. 'STARKE FLA. <<

Renew points only 3oc at Brad- .

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F: Butler. Mac McDavid of Gainesville HOTICB 1O APPEAR !above named Court and cause and fused by you.

& : Tornadoes Score The 16 graduating seniors played spent the holidays with Laverne !. Circuit. !.Court CfcaBcery BraCftrd County.Florida you are required to serve copy of once This each notice week shall for four'be publish,
a commendable game for their Charles E. Arnold. Plaintiff. u. Eva your answer or pleading to the in the Bradford County Tel.-
SOIL CONSERVATION last one, and the team as a whole and Mrs. A. H. Hall of Ruth Arnold. Defendant. complaint on the Plaintiffs rraph.

Decisive 34-6 I, stood out. R. Kite, Brannen, and Jacksonville spent Sunday with Notice T* Appear.To Case No. 16-206 Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr. i Dated this 24 day of November
hi ; N-E-W-S : Eva Ruth Arnold whose residence Starke Florida 1S5J.
;' : : Shad were standouts for'the Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelley. and address is: U East Mc- and file the original In the officeof

r ; Tigers. Jackie Dyal was ,home visitingher Millan Street. Cincinnati 1), Ohio. the Clerk of the Circuit Courton (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
. 't By Bill'HaasU parents. Mr., and Mrs. You are hereby notified that a or before the Clerk
Lloyd 28 day of December."1953; of the Circuit Court.
Over UHS
f: y Victory STATISTICS Dyal over the holidays.Mr. suit for Divorce otherwise the allegation of said By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.
S. SOIL CONSERVATION .,., BBS L'IIS : and Mrs. W. H. Eddy of has been filed against you In the Complaint will be taken as con 11/27 4t 1111I'

SERVICE I -1st- downs 15 -5- Waldo and Stanley Crosby were I
-- Y cIs. from scrimmage 366 u J Thanksgiving guests of the !L D.
A1i 4d (Continued from page nine) Passes 5 9 Harrells,
" Passes completed 2 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and
Distract -
for soil Conservation Bradford Soil Conservation ,
is yard gain, and scored again on a Passes intercepted by 2 0 family visited relatives at Linden
farm plans have been made by T. Cooperator. Joan's place
sed- 55 yard gain., All told Jackson Passing yardage 46 0 and while there attended a fish
A., Graves and Pat Miller located in the Long Bridge
gained 138 yards from scrimmageon Total yardage ,412 & fry at Bayport.Mrs. .
Mr. Graves, operator of a tion. He knows that his soil needs k Y
seven carries. for. a 19.5 averageper Fumbles 0 2 Rosa Pmholster, Miss La-
dairy located in the Sampson City plenty of organic matter and using -
0 0
Fumbles lost
try bedia Pmholster and Mr. and Mrs.
section, states that he has fertil- lupine as a cover crop is one I "i
The Tornadoes received the Punts s J.V.. Thomas attended a revivalat
ized and limed his native pasturesbut way to help improve the organic
second half kickoff their Punting 89.1 S1J! the Emmanuel Baptist Churchin
on own
he feels that he will get more content of hi soiL, average .
18 yard line and Reddish returnedit Punts return yardage 6? 18 Gainesville and heard Dr. Ed. ( ) :
he used r
milk flowif some improved -
I -
James Rosier used the District's nine yards to the 27. From Kickoffs 6 2 Solomon speak. \ ,
A soil
pasture grasses. surveyof
Mr. Graves' place will show grain drill to plant oats for winter there, the BHS boys meant scor- Kickoff average S8 39 Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges Jr. .
business and proceeded to Kickoff returns 14 52 and Lavonia Hodges of Tennessee
ing "
which for his calves.
the different types of soil grazing w
march the remaining 73 yards in Yds. penalized 80 20 recently visited friends in Ken- t'e4
in better selec-
will making
help lead the Individual yardage BHS: Jack- tucky. They were accompaniedby
tion of to be used in his Lloyd Bryan used the Disfrict.s 12 plays to take a over .
grasses Tigers. Lavon Lewis scored and son 139 in 7 tries; Lewis 48 in 8; their friends Martha Bullock i IN tS4i .. 1
weed to cut down ,old I
,. grazing program. chopper, Elder kicked the extra point for Douglas 52 in 12; Patray 20 in 2; and Dorothy Pitts, when sightsee-
coffee weeds. Leaton Morgan states _< L"'__" "I1 !_ ". :'''AM 17 .tn...9..,.1 i th .t"Oft"ft.. U...
13-6 lead. sincKiana tt 'n v, tiiuci AI ng: aammo .a. c. n uu
Pat Miller who lives on. the that he has about got rid of
.' Griffis loop used the District'sequipment coffee weeds in his, fields by chop Holding the Tigers at bay and Reddish 49 in 9; Clark 19 in 4. Thanksgiving.Mr. .
\ .
Individual "ardage UHS: CroftU Mrs. Howard Wait had L.
to plant oats clover ping them while they are still forcing them to punt the Tornadoes I
in 5 triP" Brannen 25 in 13; as their Thanksgiving guests Mr.
Pat and his drive
and Pensacola Bahia. started another scoring .
green I Howard 21 in 6; Kite 40 in 9. and Mrs. Frank L. Tomlinson and
daughter Harriet were putting up i on their own 38 yard line. Lewis family, and Stanley Green. GAINESVILLE
the other day when three and Jackson 'sprinted ,
some fence N. G. Hayes Dennis :Mason gained
erne...........YT..TBROOKER Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges Jr.,
stopped to discuss soil con- 47 before being pulled down
they Zedra Hamilton, and M. O. Har- yards formerly of Brooker. had as their
servation, permanent pastures from behind on Union's 12 yard
rell were riding in N. G.:'s pickup guests Sunday Ocie McGee of !
and improved cattle. Pat laid when Malcolm remarked; from his line. Jackson passed to Reddishfor Starke.

down his hammer, pointed across seat on a lupine bag that oats and nine yards after, Reddish had Those from Brooker who attended JLq1 ON

; the road to the native woods pas-: lupine are the finest winter feed lost two yards, and then Douglas By Polly Walt Jr. II I the Garden Club meetingin y ft

ture and said "I would rather i for hogs he has seen. "I have went over for his second touch- .I. Starke recently were Mrs. Hewlett -

have ,one acre of Improved pas- some sows on oats and lupine down. Again Elder's kick was AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.Family Anderson Mrs. W. T. Coram, M I

ture than 100 acres-of that native now and it Is out-growing them". good, and the'Tornadoes had a Reunion Mrs. Charles Roberson. Mrs. Jet- I ar

woods", Harriet nodded her head states Malcolm. 20-6 lead. Descendants of the late Rev. J. tye Hazen Mrs. Dave Green, and SaturdaYaDeCa

I1' with approval. They both think Lake Butler drove to the BHS H.! Kelley enjoyed a family reunion Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr.

we should Improve our cattle by Howard Douglas who farms in 40 as the third period ended, but at the home of Rev. and Mrs. ,Charles Roberson is visiting -

using purebred. bulls. the Rock Church section states Pat Bowers stopped that threat Mrs. Howard H. Mott on Sunday friends in St. Petersburg.The .

I that he is going to lime his fields as he intercepted Brannen's passon Nov. 29. Those present includedC. i Bill Bighams spent Thanks- + d a

"Come out and see some fine over again due to all the heavy Bradford's 27 yard line and S. Kelley L. C. and Stephen giving in Jacksonville with the L. 4t .

lupine", remarked John Dukes, ala rain we had. returned it 18 yards. On the next Kelley O. C. Kelley and sons L. Hardees.Mr. 5th

play Sidney Jackson broke off Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Keley'and and Mrs. W. E. Bigham Sr.

The Court Of The County J...., Final DlKrharRC Of AdmlaUtralorTO his own right tackle and raced family and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd left Sunday for their home in t \
Bradford Commtr. Florida ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 55 yards for another Bradford Dyal all of Brooker Mr. and Mrs.T. Lakeland. Y :
In Probate.In : Notice In hereby given that I .
booted true againfor ..
score. Elder W. Rivers of Graham Mr. and
Re: Estate of Annie' A. Frazee, have filed my returns as administrator SEE HIM IN THE
Deceased. of the estate of Annie A. Frazee, BHS 27-6 lead. Mrs. Gidd Howard and Ethel and Clralt NOTICE Court TO, Bradford APPEARla CountyFlorida
Katlre Of Fllimg Petition Fr deceased; that 1 have filed my petit -
The last touchdown was setup Lillie Mae Howard of Gainesville I Im Chancery.
- Ch I A. E'I1 i .P'aln". ....... .__
Patrayto ar es n .u. YD.
by a 37-yard pass from Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Kelley and
t Loretta Biagini Defendant.
Teston. On this particular drive family of Tallahassee, Mr. and Case No. 10-20 Giant STREET PARADEFREE

the Tornadoes had to go all out Mrs. Austin Kelley, and Mr. Notice T* Appear.To I
: Loretta Biagini. whose residence -
to score as they drew 30 yardsin and Mrs. Morris Kelley of and address Is: S60-40th St.
penalties. After being set back Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Floyd I Brooklyn New York.
You are hereby notified that FREE
FULLY EQUIPPED repeatedly on penalties and with ,Howard and family of Gainesville, suit for a

fourth''down 'coming up, Patray i Mrs. Leon Ellington and daughter -. Divorcehas 1 P.M. SAT.
to Testonfor of Starke and Rev. and Mrs. beep filed against you In the 11
threw a perfect pitch I CANDY
above named Court and cause ana CANDY! !
the modern and efficient
most equip- a first down, just three yards Orville Brookins and family of you are required to serve a copy of

ment available to the profession Is from a score. Sid Strickland buck Hampton. your plaint answer on the or pleading Plaintiff's to Attorney the com

used by this funeral home in main- ed over and Elder kicked againfor Birthday Party'I Samuel v,'. GeUen. P. O. Box 81.

taining its well known standard of a 34-6 victory. Mim Skoofalos Little Linda Edwards was hon- and Gainesville file the'original Florida In office
the of

Service.DeWITT intercepted the Union another 40 yard Brannen line passon and ored fourth Sunday birthday afternoon anniversary on witha her or the 1953 before;Clerk otherwise of the the 28 the day Circuit allegations of December.Court on of i f R E E M 0 VI E S for the. kiddies!

Douglas and Lewis carried to the party at the home of her par- Raid Complaint will be taken as confessed I
C. JONESPhone ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ercell Ed- by you.. FLORIDA THEATER 9 & 10:30 a.m.
Union 12 yard line, aided by a This notice shall be published
7 Starke, Fla. wards. Those attending were' Ra- once each week for four consecutive
______ ___ against Lake :
r..s..SS \ I I 15 yard penalty I mona and Regina Harrell Karen weeks graph. in the Bradford County Tele Sponsored By M

Funeral Director Ambulance Service Mizelle, Dottie Sue Kelley Sha- Dated this 24 day of November
ron Harrell Sandra Terry and 1953. Merchants; Division Gainesville Chamber of Commerce
Our local funeral home enable to otter convenience anA tion for final discharg\ and thatI OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Sowell Ann, Jane and
will apply to the Honorable Ther- Clerk of tne Circuit r- urt j.
services not otherwise available.We on -A. Yawn. County Judge of Brad- Frankie Towers, Alice, Zona Sue By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk .
I ford County Florida on December 11/27 41 12/18 4 -
I I II I 22. 1953. for approval of the same and Freddie Edwards Patriciaand
and for final discharge as admini- Joan Thomas, and Yvonne --
furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and strator of the estate of Annie A. Harrell, all of Brooker.
Frazee deceased.
accept ANY life insurance policy in force lasted by ANT November 25, 1953. Also attending were Linda's .

t company, as payment in part or in full on a funeral. /s/ A. J. Thomas Jr. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Consultation Administrator of the estateof Edwards, Mr. and Mrs.. Zedra ,
no obligation.
t carries Annie A. Frazee deceased. -, ---
'_ '1 II I I i 11/27 4t 12/18 Hamilton, Mrs. Ramona Hamil-
ton: Mrs. Guy Harrell Mrs. M.

D. Harrell Mrs. Blair Mrs. Douglas -

Mrs. J. V. Edwards, Mrs.

Harry Bennett Mrs. Troy Thomas,
Q.\\ft\ 9hQlI lOV a and Mrs. Frank Towers.

r r \ 365d BgBaTHIS re Linda's mother baked her a I '. y.

.gg beautiful '
two-layer cake with .
.rS .
white frosting, 'decorated with r : .
pink roses and "Happy Birthday" R 1
N' ,
written on it. Mints salted nuts,
CHRISTMAS cup cakes, ice cream and punch

were enjoyed by everyone. Mrs.
Zedra Hamilton served the punch I o j'I' I

and Mrs. Romona Hamilton cut I

GIVE FREEDOM GIVE HER A the cake. All of the other ladies Ifti ', LL

present. helped serve. The Fad Victoria _liV*_ other Fade .bee a

Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Wharry of hulltight Crestrasrk Body Full-Circle Visibility, { J' "

Larchmont N. Y. are spending a sePe'led pedals and Ceata-Fill Fueling. f ..;, .
few days with Mr. and Mrs. AI-
bertus Miller.
Clara Cone of Jacksonville spent "
p .
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.

I I I Russell Edwin Green.Johns of Starke and Kenneth -

,fJe I II ; Scarbrough of Lake Butler Two fine

\olp I were Mott Thanksgiving Jr., guests of L. A. car i

i\ Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry and

son, Wilbur, spent the Thanks-
giving holidays with relatives in

Wauchula. On the way back they for the of'one

met Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barryin price

\ Haines City to celebrate Mrs.
Barry's birthday. Mr. and Mrs.

Jimmy Crosby and sonfand Jackie .
and Frances Barry also joined ,

them there. America's "Worth More is also America's lowest
Thanksgiving guests of Rev. and car one of priced .

Mrs. W. M. Lawhorn were Mr.

and Mrs. J. H. McCormack and two Fords cost you no more than one ordinary fine car.

Bessie Brannen of Jacksonvill!.

Lee Green and son, Mrs. W. R. .

"Ol.O'O Dubose Sr.. and Mr. and Mrs W. :5 .t ,
out ; ..... .. ";., .. .
'tI.o O f\ R. Dubose Jr. all of Gainesville : .' You'd expect to pay costly-ear prices roc

Caa\t. and the Russell Green family. In the many costly car advantage you get ;.J

\ the afternoon they had a Thanks- this year' Ford. But Ford debrers ties
c.\\ et th ...-,1w$., giving prayer service. | 'Worth More"feature for to little money, '
spa \c"r.. Metric. Barbara McRae left Sunday for t to yea can actually own two for the price

C,,t\\\\\0\ Jacksonville where she planned to you'd pay for one ordinary fine car I II
meet her husband and go on to I
their new home in' North Caro- y b;.k ;; :% ;'., '. Only ford in the lox-prrce field offers ,

a V-8. Or, cfaooae Ford'a Six..A.mmca' ,
a gift linaDropping ;
modern economical
in over the holidaysat rr' .most six.
will save an hour's work a day, seven days a week, 1 th.- home of the L. A. Motts Ford offers Power Hewing, too. Mahea
l -
365 days a year. M l 'ig were Mrs. Jim Douglas of Gainesville -- all parking and handling easier aide

PROTECTS FAMILY HEALTH-AU dishes glasses, silver, Mrs. Rita Brown of Dunnel- \

pots and pans are sanitized washed and dried ia lon the E. J. Johns family of YAK '
Starke Mrs Baxter Forrester and 3 .A Fad Six, kith Owrdh'ce "w'
water hot enough to kill all common ;
germs. Y children and the Harold Dowdys I 'C our all other can In hit yetr't .
SAVES HANDS AND DISHES-Her hands need never E E KI. all of High Spring '_$ =" Meldlt.e Economy Run. ,

touch dishwater! And your gift will keep her precious t4 ststt ys.dn.t Jackie and Frances Barry ate I 4 Fordomauc Overdrive taut

china and glassware safe from damage too. Thanksgiving dinner with the MlnterCuidep osxr ,rem,.6riV
Lester Crosby of Starke. ofJtionol at earn Cott
family i
Also available In UndW-Covnter, Portable .....e s..-..w Bert et.y dots Mr. 1
and Mrs. Reborn '
G. W. and
and 48" Dishwaiher-Slnk M xWt. 1II.n.t ...a"'. c..wM
< & YtiGilal C IS"" It WI,.... daught-:. Mrs. F. M. Sullivan, r
spent the weekend in Ocala with Tbe Fordor (above) travel! you 'tf '
Mrs. Raborn's mother. Mrs. Annie "Cr t cliM* reduce (root ord

,Newton. end road bock alone up to 80%. -,.,

COMPANY' Lou Marguerite Rahn of Driggers Lake Butler and Myrna visited F.D.A r. 1 S
SISTRUNK Sandy and Jackie Mott recently.Mr. .

and Mrs. Frank Tinney and

sons of Jacksonville spent Friday

PHONE 39 STARKE. FLORIDA Glen find Saturday with the G. E. Andrews Motor Co. !

'''' ; I Iy Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green. Ann ,
tte and John Green, and KaUtIPr. -
you riirIi:4 rn iF I ITS"estinghousc j
T !'\ Harrell recently visited Mr.
i and Mrs.
Bill Plummer at Pat- 1

rick Air Base near Cocoa. I s 1j


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