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 11, 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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Road Matters, Right-of-Way% Problems I Bags. Buck Johns Will 'Go Along' %With Toll Road

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I Give Commissioners A Busy SessionRoad I r ? V! : '. If He Finds Northern Towns Unhurt

matters acquisition of fenced off to Lewis' use was nota
= Governor Voices Altered
rights-of-way, widening of roads, public road, the matter was a ViewpointAt
condemnation procedures and resolutions private one and that by law ,the

pertaining- to same ;.,.. occupied bounty.could not condemn a,right- First Meeting Of New Pike BoardAt
most of the time of the of-way through to Lewis property. ;

..BEAUTIFUL FLOAT entered by the Stark Garden Club deleted Santa Parade County Commissioners as they satin Commissioner Chasteen was instructed the first meeting of the new Turnpike Authority in
the flowers of lands. lengthy session Monday. to look into the matter
Cnristmas in many i V Tallahassee Wednesday. Acting Governor Charley E. Johns
'Polaroid'1'Minute ,Photo, toy the Telegraph Most of the road business concerned II since the property is in her dis said that he would "go along" with the Jacksonville-Mjami
: the widening of Call and trict. |
Colorful Event Walnut Streets and the hard-sur- During the afternoon session toll road if his forthcoming trip North satisfies him that

Jf-T V V facing of State"Road S-125 from Attorney Knight presented esti- turnpikes do not economically damage the towns they by-pass.

:. Lawtey, east to the site of the il- mates of the costs of moving signs me Governor's statement

Monday Morning menite plant. and awnings overhanging on Call Matthews I reiterated views expressed on a

V Leading off the morning session I and Walnut in preparation for Says television appearance Monday

W. D. Jones, representing the Ju I the widening of those streets. The night when he gave unqualified

Although postponed from Friday Pont Company, appeared before big item in this project was Demo Comeback endorsement to the South Florida

to Monday because of rain. the Commissioners with a petition $11,053.87 for proposed alterationsto bobtail pike and indicated he had
Starke's annual Santa Claus requesting the closing of certain the Can va Building to conformto I Likely In 54 an open mind on the Jacksonville

:"arade lost nothing in glitter and public roads that skirt or run the street widening specifica- Miami toll road.Discussing .

i enthusiasm during the weekend through'the ilmenite plant property tions. "There'll be some changes made the whole turnpike

L -ause. near Lawtey. As a safety Knight advised the adoption of next year", was the prediction program Governor Johns told the

( V 0V A December sun beamed down measure, the du Pont Company resolutions asking the State Road voiced by Congressman Billy :Mat- new authority members, "if I

lV benignly Monday morning and the wants to close'the east 60 feet of Department for $16,000 for clear- thews: at a meeting of the Young satisfy myself that turnpikes do

V rS /V -festivities ,went according to plan, State Road S-125, erecting a fence ance of rights-of-way- for Road I Democrat Club of Bradford County not economically. djnio---- 6'.". uu.._:
I this time, starting at 10 a.m. with and gate and allowing only those S-125 and the expense of condem- Pictured above is Russell McRae in the American Legion home towns they by-p4kS3, IilI

the colorful parade. nersons with business entrance to nation procedure regarding same. (left) and hunting companion Monday night.Matthews along with the statelong turnpike.go

the plant property.The On motion and vote these Dewey Williams with the spike On television
.Some 575: worth of candy kisses reso- said that at the pres- Monday night the
buck killed McRae in the Ocala
were distributed by Santa and his Commissioners have scheduled -lutions were adopted. V by ent time he and other membersof I I Governor said that he had heretofore
helpers to youngsters along the a public hearing on this A delegation from Lawtey, with I National Forest at the openingof the Florida delegation in Con- opposed turnpikes Of -
The deer dress- any
4 parade route ani during later matter for Jan. 4. Cecil Whitehead as spokesman, appeared hunting season. gress "have ho voice" in appoint- kind due to the wishes of his
ed out 70 pounds of delicious meat, con-
I visits tq the colored schools in The matter of re-routing a I at the afternoon session ments such as postmastershlps. stituents in Bradford County who
McRae said.
Reno. school bus that runs out near the and asked for adoption of a resolution V "These are entirely in the handsof heavy investments in motor

f I I Since pictures tell the story cf ilmenite property and the possible asking the State* Road Department Republicans now," Matthewssaid courts, restaurants, and service

rARADK: HIGHLIGHT as usual, was JUlS Band which stopped several a parade far more adequately than building of a new road to accom- to widen U. S. 301 "and they are filling thes stations However, he said that
timr along route to let Majorettes and musicians go through mere words we refer our readersto modateit,was discussed at length. through' Lawtey. Clerk Charles positions without asking our ad- Ilnce he has become'6 state figure

their paces. photo columns at left. This matter was deferred until Darby was instructed to draw up : Holiday Memo vice. But" he predicted, '1 think he is haVing to reassess his position -

I Commissioner Carl Prevatt, from such a resolution for approval and things will be a little different on the entire turnpike
program. -
Lawtey district, could check further presentation to the S.R.D. by this time next year." .

Final Nut SaleSetForDec.17 into the situation. Between road matters the Coun- At this, the outset of the 1953 The Congressman lauded the Two former Starke

V :: V Still on the subject of roads, the ty Commissioners: holiday season residents of Democratic Party as "the peo- have been appointed by residents

; :: Board heard a plaintive plea for Examined bids for a motor Starke and Bradford County ple's party" and ..reviewed the pro- Johns as members of the new Governor turn..

relief by Joe Lewis, an elderly grader and accepted the low bid I are urged andor: invited to: .... gress that has been made in the Pike authority.. Thv-.--.. .-....... 01.T
S Negro who said that he had been of $11,642 from the Fla.-Ga. Trac- common man's lot under DemoCrat ton Brownlee of Gainesville
V fenced in on his property near tor Co. Attend the BHS Band concert I administrations since- -the--- J. Eldridge Robinson of ,

V A light volume, but stronger Keystone Heights and that his on- Heard a delegation from Heil- tonight (Friday) at 7:30 time of Andrew Jackson. (For editorial

[''I l prices on most varieties was experienced ly egress was across property be- bronn Springs present a drainage o'clock around the community The election of officers for the pike issue see opinion on .
page two.
on the seventh pecan longing to other persons. Lewis problem. A canal was stopped, up Christmas tree on the court- local club previously scheduled )
4 auction of the season, held Dec. displayed a letter in which the in several places for this meeting, was
i causing waterto house grounds. Friday I night, postponed Two
3 at the Starke Farmers Market. back until February. Civic Clubs
had advised him on
Attorney up property. The coun- Dec 18, the SalvationJ.7V
i Heavy demand for Curtis to.take the matter up with the ty road supervisor was instructedto Help Evaluate
Band will at forunderprivileged
play a party
II brought' the price'paid for this Bradford Commissioners. clean this canal out right away. Berries
children the New
: oopular variety to an average of Asked for his opinion, H.. V, Agreed, at Attorney Mack of Hookworm

18, 3-4 cents per, pound, from the Knight, county attorney, said that Futch's request, to defer action on county. Candy and fruit will An

V I previous sale average vof 16 1-2. since the road that had been (Continued on page 8)) I be distributed ,by, Santa Clans. Being picked leaSed evaluation film Of a yet
Other varieties'.,showing': substantial on hookworms
-Enter the annual:Christmas The first pint of,jipe strawberries made at the Starke

10 from increase 10 2to! V, 'ji'were: :)., ,Randalls Stuart Three ftoups Agree To Joint StudyOf lighting and decorating contest this to season reach was telegraph Brought in office Monday \and The new Lions film Club here Rotary

Jrom 16to, 18. 1-10 Vande- being sponsored by the Starke ,b was shown to
"nons. front.15 ::3.to 17 1-3, Kennedy Woman's Club Entries for interior I of the Pleasant t, and"afterward( -
Grave section. Ders
from 14 1-2 to 17 1-2 and District Juvenile Court SetupMembers and exterior displays maybe .Lee says he has the best berry appraisal were of asked Its value to make and a (

I Money Makers from 9 1-2t0 IS handed to Mrs. H. C. RItch he's "
'. patch ever had. and his' .3,000 .or not it accomplished it
-.- -, ,- 1-2. Maynans were the only va- at Starke .Hardware. Judgingwill :plants are iIi ,fine condition. He
CUB SCOUTS in natty blue and yellow uniforms, polled miniaturecar iety showing a decline. They of the Board of Coun- district ccurt would be possible.The be done Monday, Dec. 21, I has been growing berries only I tion The film was shown and

with mascot,Sally Lawson, behind the wheel. I dropped from, a pre-Thanksgiving ty Commissioners, the Board of question remained: would itbe about four years. I conducted by Merle
: during the annual Garden Club and
Public Instruction and the Chil feasible? Charles Aiken
V V hiKh of 25 1-2 cents to 18 4-5. This will be determined of the
V V V Pilgrimage. Prizes: 1st, $25; Although: Lee was the first to I Public Health Service
V Market manager M. R. Judd dren's Committee got their heads by the investigative committed and
.has announced that the final auc- together at a joint luncheon meeting M. O. Harrell, chairman of the 2nd, $15; 3rd, $10. bring berries to the Telegraph. Barnes of the Florida State

V I ton of the current season will here Monday. Result: a pro- Board of County Commissioners, it is understood that some other I of Health. They were

V .be held here on Thursday, Dec. posed six-man committee, composed said that he was fully aware of *Attend the Nativity presentation growers have also been "scrapping" by Dr. A. Y. Covington,

.17. =1'; of two members from each the juvenile court problem, having "of Mjs. C. G. Priest's along, getting pints and health officer, who explained
kindergarten at the Christian I quarts. Ossie Cason sends word the film was being-
i So far this season the Starke group, to study ways and Meansof attended several state meet-
narket has handled getting the most in the way of ings at which it was discussed. Church, Friday, Dec. 11, 7 p.m. that he has been picking for about I I various groups in this a

rounds of nuts with _182,501'1 results from the juvenile court .He said that he was fully Jn ten; days and that his plants never I I evaluation before being
: and counselor in Bradford !sympathy with the objectives Leave old toys at Broad- looked better. I I nationally.
: I I turn to growers of 2784660.: operation but
I would want full wa"s Service Station where 1 I
County. a financial -
At the Dec, 3 sale Curtis led i II
'l volume with 5,389 pounds. School l. Board and Commission phases of a district court they will be picked up by the Turner Is Marshal I!I Masons To ElectBen

members were guests of the Chil before going further into its con- Starke Lioness Club, reconditioned .
-seedlings: d Randals 1,456.Suspect 2,539 pound, dren's Committee_ at the luncheon, ideration. I and distributed to underprivileged R. J. Turner Jr., son of Mr. and Rowland Worshipful

|< which was held in the Methodist Commissioner A. Bishop, Jr., V children at Christmas Mrs. Roan Turner of Long Bridge ter of Bradford Lodge

recreation building. of District Three, said that he was time. was named city marshal of Lake I F. & A.M. announces that

Held Harmon P. Morgan, superintendent -! impressed with the report of the Butler at a recent meeting of the election of officers for

of public instruction. T. ,A. work being done by Miss Jen- city council. Mr. Turner attended be held, at the regular

I In Hen TheftsA Yawn, county judge and judge of nings, admitting that he had not A. F. Sauls Rites Bradford High School and is a Monday, Dec. 14, at 7:30:
SANTA CLAUS himself waves a greeting to admirers, young and old, the juvenile court, and Dr. Flor- fully understood this before and veteran of World War II. He was I the Masonic Temple. All

who flock around him at busy Call and Walnut intersection. white boy, b'eing> held in the ence Jennings, juvenile court counselor stating that it_ had even been formerly in the grocery business bers of Bradford Lodge are 'U"I

V 1't" .- '....... -V -... Machua County jail on breaking and school attendance of- "misconstrued" to him. He said Held SundayArthur In___loIIke Butler. I to attend.
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;: :', .",:(.10 "? ', a. .V V and entering charges. is a strong ficer, each spoke briefly, reviewIng that; instead of paying more money ,. -V.. .
.;"' ,,<,! Ii8'.t I\'':" :..' :! ,\, V ', suspect in the re ent rash of ; phases of the joint School toward a district judge's !salary, F. Sauls 70, retired .1" ..- :

>'Jit'. !:i..; .. ... iJj'1 t V Chicken thefts in Bradford County, I.Board-County Commission s t-up] he had rather see the board give railroad foreman, died Friday,
::'\ .- cronimg to Deputy Sheriff Cecil I that makes possible the employment additional funds .to assist the Dec. t, in St. Vincent's Hospital. : .

Sewell. of Dr. Jennings in this field I juvenile counselor In her work at I Jacksonville, following an illness .

The boy unidentified by Sewell, The possibility of a district the grassroots level. of several days.

claims he doesn't even know where juvenile court, which might beset The chairman of each of the Mr. Sauls was born Dec. 12

Bradford County is and he has up to 'serve Bradford and oth- three bodies attending the Mon- 1882 in Alachua County, the son of

V an alibi for the night of the most er surrounding counties, was discussed day luncheon will\. name two members the late John J. and Mary Jane

'Hient chicken theft. But, Sewell and this will\ be one of to serve on the joint six-mail Robinson Sauls. He lived in L V fILL

pays, plaster casts of footprints the matters investigated by the committee.The Fernandina before coming to --1 -r- V.
obtained at one of the crime meeting was presided over. -
new six-member committee. Judge Starke about 20 years ago, and IV--I- .
wes, matches those of the sus. Rev. T. G. Mitchell. chairmanof
Yawn said that under Florida'sneW by '
retired in 1948 after 39 years of jar
pect.Sewell. court law such a the Children's Committee.
I juvenile
service with the Seaboard Rail- -=. I
is'currently checkingthe -
boy's alibi and plans to check road. He was a member of the

wit! Gainesville stores that buy Records Topple In Keystone VotingIn First Methodist Church and was

and dress their own poultry to see president of the Men's Bible Class

V kens.if the boy has sold them any chic- what was termed ,by some .were printed. H wever, Frank E. Surviving are his widow, :Mrs.

observers as the liveliest' city elec- Stitchberry was elected to the Pearl Green Sauls; four daugh-

SANTA AND HELPERS distribute candy at negro school following .Reporting purloined pullets re- tion in years, Keystone Heights office of tax assessor with a writein ters, Mrs.. Evelyn Bernst, West

. parade. Huge Santa in background is papier mache figure riding rently were Sam McGarvey, of voters went to the polls Tuesday vote of 94. Stitchberry. at present -raun. -tseacn.: -Airs.- Louise- -Refiner, -
atop station wagon.Lawtey Lawtey, who is missing over nine new city officials.M. is a councilman whose term
100 and J.V B, Johnson of near to pick. L. Beasley, present city expires at the end of this year. Gainesville, Mrs. Marguerite Pope. brand( Upening : -,-.-

Keystone Heights who had 86 Re-elected to.the office of Tax Tampa and Mrs. Fenella Prather.
friends ) a possible
clerk and ( say I
. Voters Elect Woman Clerk fowls stolen.November. ". tor state-ianwaate -_ -repnscUl.A"-- '" Collector was Sara D. McDonald, Pasadena. Calif.; one son. A. F Of Shell StationGrand

from Clay County next year,_ was who received 114 votes. The nameof Sauls, Jn, :Morgan City, La.: and -rT
Tax Take inoppbsed in the mayor's race and Mrs. Anna S. James was writ- three sisters Mrs. Eva Williamsand I
,L'lwtey voters turning out' C, R.. Whitehead and Cullen A, elected to.that office with ten-in 31 times for this office.
Tuesday in.what is believed. be McSwaln lost their bids for reelection 70.47 Per Cent was Snellen Mrs. Myrtice .Hawthorne, opening of the new War I
142 votes. Harold G. was elected
a record number, set a second with 62 and 42 votes re- Of Total Kelly Says I both of Lake City and Mrs. Mabel .,ren's Super Shell Station (pic-
Three councilmen were elected Town Marshall. He was unopposedand
precedent by electing a woman. spectively. fourth Butler of Alachua. t tired above) is being held this

)(no Bryant Reddish to the office Comments ,heard among Law- County Tax Collector J. R. for two-year terms and received 140 votes. Funeral services were held in friday and Saturday at its location -'
the unexpiredterm
of city clerk. The LaWte)" house- tevttes awaitinsr the results of the K lly this week reported total tax was elected to fill I There were a total of 160 ballots corner of Madison and Monroe -,
M. who resigned the First Methodist Church Sun-
wive believed to be the first of hotly contested election seemed to collections of 121591.02 during of Walter King : cast. Three of these were Streets.
Uw fair sex to venture Into Law- favor women in city office. Sev- I'November. This amount already about a month ago. I day afternoon at 2 o'clock with John A. Torode. Shell jobber
voided, leaving a net of 157.
ley politics as a candidate for office ral mn agreed that in the next collected represents 70.47 per cent The two-year councilmen elected the pastor, Rev T. G. Mitchell, with headquarters in Starke and

handily' defeated her male election a woman candidate should of the total Bradford County tax were: Baker with 112 'votes; There are 207 voters registeredin .officiating. Interment was in serving Bradford and part of

running mate, Paul L. Dtnkins.Srv offer for council. The wife of one roll Kelly said. Donald M. Christoffers, 117 votes; Keystone. The 160 that voted. i Crosby Cemetery under the dire.. six surrounding counties constructed -

by a vote of 133 to 47. candidate declared "A woman !and H. L. Ownbey, 103 rotes. G. City Clerk Beasley said, represented the station and leased it -
Also to the county'srevenue
adding lion of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
In JIie most closely contested mayor and a couple of women on was $1,30710 in beer and E. Wiggins with 87 votes was almost a 100 per cent turn I for operation to Joe C. Warren. I
_ race on the _ticket. D. B. (Dick) the council might even fix the elected to fill the unexpired termof Home. 1 During the there will
I occupational licenses sold by the out of voters who were not out of opening
Thomas .retained his post" at town holes in the streets!" tAx collector in November.V the vacant council seat. II I I Active pall bearers were C. H. be door prizes and favors and five
marshall with a vote of 87 toninneru The "new officials will take office council town. I
I Other candidates in the Nasworthy, Foster Shi Smith A. oonnds of sugar will be given
W. 7l W.Coleman' the first of January. A four per cent discount was ,
P. Kemp's allowed who their ace were: Everett R. Fox. 73 D. Martin C. E. Hernwall, T. H. with each seven gallons or more
Phillips recently discharged persons paid votes; and William (Bill) Lee Volunteers Inducted of gasoline purchased. Visitors John A. Torodethe -1 1I
Slade and H. C. Brown.
.sen-ice man trailed with Johns'Names WidowTo county taxes in November. Total 52 votes. W. J. Siprelle. received win be invited to register for I
3J. discounts allowed amounted to 55 "write-in" votes. Two volunteers for immediate grand prizes to be given before pump station, as wen a. in :

V O. J. Anders failed in his comeback Union Board $5,06506. Hubert E. Rldaught was electedto induction filled Local Board 18s BAKE SALEA Christmas. These will include a the lub, room. For the convenience i

bid for the office of mayor, I I Mra. T. Renfroe of Providence During the month of Decembera the office of Clerk-Treasurer- quota for December, accordingto bake sale sponsored by the waffle iron, a pop-up toaster anin of patrons there are two
full tile rest
this post being retained by incumbent rooms.
Charles R. Shuford -by a 'I has been named by Acting three per cent-discount is allowed Registrar, defeating his one opponent an announcement yesterday by Starke Woman's Club, will be held electric. Iron, all Westinghouse Mr, Torode has announced a

score of 131 to 55. Governor Charley E. Johns to flU taxpayers A two per cent Axel' A. Malmgren.. by. a I Mrs. Rhoda Dampier clerk. The Saturday morning from 9 to 12 in products.The orogramlpr expanding Shell out.

High men for the three council the unexpired term of her late discount will be given In January, vote of 106 t$ 44. volunteers who were inducted on:, front of Starke Hardware. Club new Shell Station is de- lets and acuities in this area. and V
for tax -Ibed as being in line with the
commissioner. There was no candidate .
vacancies were Winton Parrish husband as county cne per cent in February, no discount Dec. 2. were Jonathan Davis }!os- members may leave their donations the already he has a second station
most modern
listed the ballot as designed by
Waters district four Union County. Her assessor on ,
with 109 votes James 1955 in March and after April a Frank Frott! th intended candidate ley and Roosevelt Fudge both colored with Mrs. Paul Bridge:. conuany. Ultra modem fixtures Identical with this one under con-
with 106 and David L. Shuford term will end in January .
with 97. Incumbent councilman Mr. P.cnfroe died Nov. 1. penalty is added. died ji5t before the ballots registrants of Starke. chairMan or Mm. J. W. Kincaid t'nclude fluorescent lighting over struction at Lawtey.


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...",..\:!, yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyf ference at Lakeland last week. !I completed_ 'a useful and Informative Cochrane was at Gold Head i pupil spent the weekend In Gaines
E L MATTHEWS W, H. .Griffin has returned
project on the and Branch I
:BRADFORD production on Sunday. i ville. Delores Harey a sixth grade
I HAMPTONby from a two weeks visit with rela- usw 'of cotton in the South. The The sixth and seventh gradesare .pupil is out of school convalescing -

COUNTY EDITOR tives in Georgia. culminating activity was a homemade decorating their for from a tonsilectomy.The .
Y w o T Mr. and Mrs. Orville Brookins motion picture which was is
PUBLISHER Mrs. Wm. W. Hammond Christmas. have madea eighth grade reading
TELEGRAPH and family were Sunday guests of shared with the other grades of They
aloud Dicken's "Christmas Carol"This .
Christmas chain and have drawna
the J. A. Williamses.
the schooL David Allen; was the
religious mural on the black- of literature is read
,f Mrs. Edith Melvin and familyof piece
_o.DUTe FLORIDA Party board. by the class Just be-
Brooker called on Mrs. William operation. If David's technique every year
Published Friday and entered as second class matter.at the Post Office at Starke,_Florida, under Mrs. Paul Meng .entertained I Fowler and new daughter at the improves with age he will soon Dudley Hardy, a seventh grade 'fore Christmas holidays.ART'S .
at Of-I
Friday night a birthday party
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. .
the Act of March, 1811.i fer keen competition to -.
honoring her son, Carlton, and A. Williams; on Sunday.Mrs. I Thomas, the well known commen- -
EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION nephew, Lawrence Meng whose Catherine Rosier of .
MEMBER birthdays fall on the same day,
eon City was a Sunday caller of TV
.. beenin
: Carlton being 6 and Lawrence 5. the Alene Stapleton, who has SERVICE
Brannens.Mrs. And
Raleigh school at Crescent City for the
It I -t The Governor Views The Turnpike I Refreshments cake were served of ice to cream Mr. and and Ida Parrish and daughter, past 'few years has returned to
Veda of Earleton
were Sunday
.. Mrs. Hampton and entered the eighth -
Francis and children.Mr.
1- Meng I
of the Browns.Mr.
Topsy I grade. We are glad to welcome RECORDERS-INTERCOMS AND P.A.SYSTEMS
and Mrs. Baker and
Governor Charley E. Johns' ap Indeed, it is debatable whether there is Harry and Mrs. George Williamsand her back home. I
Acting ( children, Mr. and Mrs.
basis'for comparison of the effects of a Raleigh son Howell visited Mr. and All Makes Repaired and InstalledWith
television Monday night was any Our new librarybooks have
on Brannen and son, Ardel and Mr.
Mrs. Fred Whidden and family at
Iwatched with keen interest here, not only turnpike on by-passed towns in Pennsylvania and Mrs. Paul Meng and children. San Mateo Sunday.The been received and as soon as Quality Parts by Factory Trained Technicians
local and New Jersey and similarly by-passed they are catalogued we shall enjoy
because the Acting Governor'is a Fourteen children were present Misses Earlene Nazworthand GUARANTEED PARTS AND SERVICE
figure, but more especially in reference to towns in Florida. It is conceivable that. all but one being under school age. Lillian and Virginia Williamson reading them. :
his views regarding the subject of turnpikes small towns in a congested, industrial area, Born to Private and Mrs. Wile entertained at weiner- roaston 'I There were 73 pupils and five CALL 203 OR 229 Temple Ave. Starke. Fla.

-bobtail or Floridalong.The such as the northern turnpikes serve,-might liam L.. Fowler a daughter en the Nazworth lawn Saturday teachers in religious services last

that whereas he not be hurt, might even be "helped", by.the Monday, Nov. 30. at Doctors evening. Twenty-six attended.Mr. Sunday.
Governor diversion of through traffic from their Clinic in Starke. The little Miss and Mrs. Edward Feagle ofthe Several girls and boys In the\I
once was unalterably opposed to turnpikesof business streets. But to apply the same has been named Vera Sue. Pvt. State Farm were Sunday fourth and fifth grades wentChristmas
kind because of the enormous investment Fowler is stationed in shopping over the
any set of rules that hold in industrial Pennsylvania Germany.Mrs. guests of the George Saxons. I
by the people of his home county, like Fowler is the former Alva Miss Sibyl Priester of Palatka weekend. For A New Used Car
and New Jersey to a playground or
Bradford, in ''motor courts, service stations, Williams of Broor and is staying spent the weekend with her aunt Eighth Grade Personalities
and restaurants, fie is now reappraising his Florida, where tourism is the lifeblood of with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. G. Adkins and family.Mr. Raymond Moody is the son of
in view of the fact that he is "a business, is to be. the victim of wishful J. A. Williams while her husbandis and Mrs. J. A. Saxon are Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moody of Gra-
position thinking. We hope that Governor Johns away. pending sometime in Hawthorne ham. He lives with his parents See Your Hometown Dealer

,s" state figure". will not be swayed by such illogical "logic". Mrs. Morris Nazworth and where Mr. Sasser is on the Police I and one brother .who is younger
Goyernor Johns said that: although he The whole turnpike question, it seems to daughter Deborah of Jacksonville Force. than himself. Raymond is five
opposed the bobtail turnpike .at the last Florida- Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill and girls feet six inches tall, weighs 126
? us, is based on the premise that called on Mrs. Ena Nazworth and
session of the State Legislature, for reasons bound tourists have one objective in view: family Monday evening.Rev : spent Friday and Saturday with pounds, and is 13 years old. He is FIRST!
stated above, he now favors that project and believe that ] the T. W. Kings in Jacksonville. a member of the Graham Baptist
Miami. On the contrary, we a I' and Mrs. R. C. Gray entertained
Church and is secretary of the
its Mr. and Mrs. George Alexanderand
will do everything he can to expedite vast majority of tourists come to Florida to at dinner Saturday
Sunday School. He dislikes washing -
construction. His appointment of a Holly see and enjoy the entire state and are quiteas I night Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- turned daughter home Saturday of Atlanta after Ga.spendIng re-- I dishes and likes to play foot- .
business chairman of the dale of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Dick THEN SEE 'ED EDWARDSAT
wood, Fla. man as apt to be intrigued by a black bass in the Thanksgiving holidays ball. He hasn't decided what he
is inter. May, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wil-
,new Turnpike Authority generally Bradford County as they are with a bathing with the B. Y. Saxons. wants to do when he gets grown.
preted as a step in that'direction. beauty on Miami Beach. Of course, it may liams. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hammondand Howell Williams visited in San THE

The Governor also said that he favoredthe .. be said that no one has to travel the toll 'Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastainand daughter, Willow Ruth, were Mateo last Sunday. Willow Ruth
children and Mrs. Jessie Chas-
and has recently Sunday dinner guests of their Hammond was in Gainesville on
Jacksonville Expressway, road unless he wants to, but once the turn-
tain spent Sunday with Mr. and Saturday of last week. Iris Mc-
suggested methods whereby additional pike is built there is always the possibilitythat Mrs. W. C. Rivers at Live Oak.: son Mrs..and John daughter-in-law E. Hammond. Later Mr. and in Cullough was in Lake Butler last J. C. 'CARTER COMPANYSTATE

state funds might be diverted to this project other routes might be more and more Mr. and Mrs. ,J. W. Horne I the day they all called on the Saturday. Lamar Brown was in

The Jacksonville Expressway is gen- neglected until they deteriorate to such an shopped in Gainesville Monday. I Clarence and Fred Sampsons on Gainesville on Saturday. Allen & LAURA STS.
erally regarded as the possible starting point extent that use of the toll road becomes morea Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cox of Jack- Lake Geneva near Keystone

J ,of the proposed Jacksonville-Miami ,Toll matter of necessity than of choice.: sonville spent Sunday with Mr. Heights.Mrs. I Jacksonville,
Road and its early completion would au"gur Governor Johns said Monday night that and Mrs. 'G. C. Cox. Ida Lathan and Mrs. Ver- Fla.OVER

well for the controversial state-long speed- already some $350,000 has been spent on Mrs. W. H. Maxwell was a recent non Nettles of Salt Lake City, J80 NEW

way. the turnpike project and "all we've, got is business caller in Jackson- Utah, who have been spending .WHEEL SAFETYSEE

In his Monday night television appearance two sets of plans". We haven't seen any ville.Mrs.. sometime with the B. Y. and
T. J. Alderman spent Sun- George Saxons have returned AND USED CARS
Governor Johns also indicated that he now, of the plans, but we don't need a day with her sister, Mrs. Weath- home.

in view of his new position, has an open survey- just commonsense to know thatif ersby, t: Branford, and also visited Mrs. Ellis Thornton and son.
mind on the subject of the Jacksonville- U. S., Highway One and U..S. 301 and 27 in Trenton. Donnie of Starke were Sunday; PAGE SIX JACKSONVILLE
Miami toll road, whereas he formerly opposed were put into,,condition to carry the load Mrs. \}. C. Cox and Miss Maggie guests of ner mother Mrs. Kin Starke Tire Sales

; j it on the basis of the wishes of his constituents they easily could carry, the need for a Jack Johnson visited their sister nie Marcionny.H. I II JUAI: ...,. : :: : ,. :.:. _:...: : ;....._ : ..:_...._ < -_' I It
\ in Bradford County. He said that he sonville-Miami turnpike would be postponedso Mrs. Conway at Palatka Sunday.Mrs. V. Saxon of Pompano spent I

would reach no definite conclusion on the far into the future that no business man, H. B. Wiggins and son, the first of the week with his I
in with investment either Joe and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bran: father B. Y. Saxon, and wife.
matter until he had studied turnpikes a heavy on route,
Pennsylvania and New Jersey and determined would have any need to worry. Furthermore nen were in Jacksonville Sunday. Suet Pudding .
Mr. and Mrs. Donnie One molasses, 1
what effect their construction had had on the tourists would get to see a lot more of Crawford Hugh cup cup chopped Florida Theatre
and baby visited Mr. suet, 1 cup raisins, 1 cup sweet
bv-nassed towns and.. businesses., Florida than they would on a turnpike. Although Dewitt Crawford .
T' --- -'- -- -- recently.Mr. milk 3 1-2 cups all purpose 13,14EDMUND
At first blush this might nQt sound too a few of them might be induced to and Mrs. W. A. Saxon and flour, 1 teaspoon soda, 1-2 teaspoon .
encouraging to business men and towns along stop and play along the way before reachingthe family and Homer Green visited I salt. Mix and steam 2
the routes that are likely to be by-passed by so-called Gold Coast we believe that i Mr. and Mrs. C. C Dees in Haines hours.., ,
the Jacksonvillle-Miami toll road >Ve seem Miami could somehow manage to struggle City on Sunday.: T Serve with hard sauce. 1
to remember that formerly, when state officials along without them. Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Williamsof SCHOOL NEWS 1

have gone off to observe ,the opera Current State Road Department figures Tampa, enroute home from The third grade, under; the di-

tion of"turnpikes in other sections of the indicate that, 301 is know carrying a suffi- Tallahassee were recent guestsof rection of Mrs. May has just
their son, Dick Williams
country they have invariably returned ciently heavy traffic load to warrant four- and

"greatly impressed" and apparently sold on laning in Florida. Reports from Virginiaand wife.Mrs.. Henry Brown of Cedar

the blessings of toll roads everywhere. other states along the route tell us that Keys called on Mrs. W. A. Saxon 'l1tbOS
Somehow these officials in the past have the shift of traffic"to 301 in recent years is Friday.

always reached the conclusion that far from phenomenal, and the trend will continueat Rev, R. C. Gray, Louie Prevatt

being "hurt" by the by-passing speedways, an accelerated rate., it -predicted. But of Hampton, Rev. Merle Packhamof d o

towns and businesses might actually have 301 in, those states, as in Florida, needs Theressa, and Rev. W. Burtonof UOJHO M tMUTS-Mttf MST scar / '

been "helped" in some mysterious way.. widening and resurfacing along much of its : Keystone attended Bible Con- .:

We do believe and have confidence, route. The hundreds of thousands of dollars t' I
however, that Governor Johns, heing a small now being spent on surveying and resurveying _. 1' s 0i

town product himself, and being so strongly turnpike routes might better be spentin << $ !
identified with the business life of a typical putting into condition the highways we Santa Says. J =

small community, will approach the matter .already have. ,

with a viewpoint considerably more objective This is the reason that business men will f

than that of some of his predecessors.We watch with interest the results of Governor --

feel confident that the Governor,. on Johns' forthcoming trip to study effects of GIVE THE GIFT I'I "t.,

!his forthcoming trip to Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania and New Jersey toll roads. ., I 1 ,: .>'ji.; '"'
New Jersey will do as he prides himself on As stated before, we can confidently hope t ;

: doing in Florida lend a sympathetic, ear for a more objective viewpoint this time, for I THAT KEEPS ; ,,..,. r. tiN"

to the "little man"-the "man in the street", while it is true that Governor Johns is nowa / :;<; .t/ ;

and will not, as some of his predecessorsmust state figure, by the same token he is still ON GIVING. ;; 1/, / ; ,'--' jf'-/-;. ,::

have done, .communed only with the the Senator from Bradford and Union ,, I ; .j

larger interests involved.w.mv.nm.mv..nm. Counties.torn .
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down. At the time of his :Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Bell and i J ,If
death he lived near La'A'tey'- I Mrs. Minnie Padgett and family $10 LAYS AWAY% \ f

LONG BRANCH least that is what we were told I all of Middleburg visited the Fair- i i

.Sunday. -g cloths Sunday afternoon. /1 c 'e
We were pleasantly surprised Foxes On The Prowl
by Mrs. J. L. Strickland i YOUR TELEVISION SET
and Jimmy Lang Sunday about 2 p. m.. when our The men with the fox houncUhaven't

daughter Faye and family rolled been coming around here s i 9'

AALALAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAsalter up to our front gate they haS for some time and the foxes are With an Appointment for Installation for tJ \ t w ,!/ ,

Knight just come from Alabama where sure getting brave these days.
The people of Maxville and Clay Dud had been laid off. They' decided Last Saturday morning one came Christmas. See us now while the Best Ap. / 7

,Hill were shocked and saddened to come back to Florida and just behind our kitchen and pointments are Still Available. \ ./ ; ; rry y,
Wednesday morning of last weekto see what they can do here. They i caught one of my big fat hens 11
learn of the sudden death of returned to Jacksonville Sunday dragged it along the fence ever
Walter H. Knight son of Rev night where '" 'Du was going to so far, went over the fence and Only For
and },It'ST.. M. Knight of Max- look for work :Monday morning. left with it..If I had seen this fox NOW $219.95 J
ville. Walter was doing some Mr. and Mrs. Percy WainwrightJr. it wouldn't have come back here
'work with a tractor near Preston called on us Sunday after- after another chicken! My old shotgun 1'i
Padgett's. At dark he hadn't noon. Were looking for sour still works good. I know, forI
quite finished t:s work he wishedto oranges. Well they found them used it on a possum :Monday ] {
do and remained for a short as we have quite a few. Young night. 1 11" RCA VICTOR

time to" finish. The tractor went Percy sure is more of a man in Sunday morning a fox went :
out of control turned over and size than his dad is, will weigh right into Richard Lang's yard '
killed Walter Instantly. This about'200 pounds. His dad will do and caught one of their hens, took Ug i.

young man was a very hard worker well' to go 130. her down in the woods, and hada TELEVISION ; 1 /, 1
and a good Christian young Clarence Smith delivered the fight over her. So it seems thereis
man. H, helped his father farm. message at Ebenezer Church Sun- an abundance of foxes around
In fact we understand he did most day evening in the absence of J. here. I caught one in a trap last i With the MAGIC MONITPR I 1 1 1
of the work as his father. T, M. D. Jones who was unable to be Thursday night. Well P where are
Knight is unable to do much. We present. the men and dogs!

feel that he will be greatly missed I ..1-'.___. f
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in the church work as well as, In g
the farming. Rom where I sit Joe MarshA Improved "Magic Monitor" i
Walter was 22 ears of age at ..ly .J
circuit out
system screens ,
hIs death., He is survived by hit n ..
steps up power. aufomaftcoffy/
fither and mother Mr. and Mrs. p {\
"T. M Knight a sister Alma Jeanette. \} Improved "Deep Image" pie- .
and two brothers, Owen M. Case of"Moostaken" _._2_ --- -' lute tube-for finer,fifelide,deep4 RICO.I
and James Edward Knight all offaxville II -- imago P ictses. tl RADIO:
) .' except Edward who : I Identity. D 3. New long-distance reception d. AN GRAINGER KOMKIKNSffiFH

I lives at Baldwin. Also surviving f f increases sound sensitivity. I Nre&ed W rsrGS hekar V
are his grandparents, Mr. and Slim Smith never had a chance me a real moose.But you can bet 4. New automatic UHF-VKf tuner jJ MATE S Ak y MIllARD & SYDNEY BOEHM SAM WIESENT11AL EDMUND GRAINGER
Jfrs. T. :tal, Knight Funeral was to use his moose call uatil a trip I took a good look before I did i1
(Optional,ct extra cost). I
in .Long Branch Church and Interment rOt this year.Visited him yesany shooting!" /i.if.ADVENTURES m
in Branch terday to what he'd bagged. 5. New wider of cabinet KaJ5lS5J OF
was Long see From where I sit, we could aU rang )
Cemetery,oa Dee 3 at 2:30 p. m. "First day out," he told me, learn a little from Slim's experi : I -more styles than ever I I17lnca ALSO in MUSIC".J

Rev. Taggert conducted the tunerel "I picked up a trail I sounded ence.Most of us are guilty sometime 4 !t SERIES!
GUndate letteeobinet -
services, Key :McCabe funeral the call and waited.Then I heard or other of being too quick f finished iarshocd- n fn
directors were In charge. AH of a moose call.Sure enough,someoa the trigger. Like the fellow LATEST NEWS .
the relatives have the sympathyof thing came crashing through the who would deny me the right U
their friends, one and all. brush. But it was another guy aa occasional glass of beer with cubum.C. i

We find we were misinformed with his moose calL Boy, did I my dinner. I say that kind ffU i ;4
again last week concerning thedeath get my finger off the trigger in "a a" way off! CHASI SHEPHERD v
Glover. The
of Mr. person a hurry! REG. ADMISSION
who passed away in this section -
list week. Monday night was not "My last day there .1 picked Q I1f fJ j PLUS COST OF it's BRAND NEW '
Mr Glover but Moss Fannen.. He .op another trail.This time I got OVV4 Ut! RADIO TV SEAT COVERS C rr re woe" h swon DELIGHTFUL I f

used to preach at the old Holiness Phone 239 Starke. FIa. f GLASSES pa+b oadh = CDlcr by TECHNICOLOR '
d rxo bolo rdic s
that at the
Church -one was '
"Cross ,Roads" but has long been .. r.olm lat.1953, nited States Bretcert FolWliaiDa '- .....<:F.--

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....yyyyyy. ......!....y Benton. Futch who *has' been Monday night. Bayless tied with moved to town. We all miss her I St. Edward's- 'ChurchSunday . ,. J
working for DeWitt C. Jones for Dedan for the attendance banner. very much. '- -'_ __ _'._ _,,_ -_ _' __ -, :'- -..: _,-,1HERE'S
some'time In Gainesville has been Mr. and Mrs. H, B. Kelly are. Mrs and Mrs: Claude Woods of Mass at 9:15 a. m. <
transferred to Starke. receiving congratulations on the i Jacksonville and Mrs. Ellis Howard I Weekday Mass 7:30 a.m.Children's .
Mrs. James Hogan and family and daughter Barbara of Class Saturday 11a.
by L. IL Futchi birth of a daughter last Satur- .
of Jacksonville were Sunday afternoon day in St. Vincent's Hospital.Mr. Bryceville were recent guests of m.
&&&&i&&11&&A A AAAAAAAAAAAA.Mr callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs.'H. B. Kelly. Keystone Heights
and Mrs. Kirby Kallahanof .
MrsRudolph Mrs. S. A. Hicks. Thought for the week: If youcan't (Women's dub),
and Preva.ttarrived Miami spent the weekend with
last week for.an extended Mr,and Mrs. H. C. Kelley and her parents, the R. R. Crosbys. be good, be happy because Sunday Mass 8 a. m.
visit with his parents,Mr. and son,' Wendell, were business visi- Mrs. Winnie Cone has recently you can't be happy being bad. Confessions,before all Masses. WHERE TO
Mrs? Leonard Prevatt., Rudolph is tors to Jacksonville Thursday-
another of the home town,,boys afternoon pf last week. J
who has ynt.some ,time "awa>: The 1. H. Futches and the
from home in the_service of Uncle Joyce Futch family were among I You'll serve Coke often SAVE PLENTY
Sam. This III his first visit home the Lawteyites who attended the
over a period of thirty-eight all day sing at Bayless Baptist ,
months. In foreign service.: While Church last Sunday.
while away he was married _to Misses Betty and Idell Durbanof Prices Good Thru Sat., De 12
Miss Sylvia Cartron of England, Jacksonville:spent,the weekend the holidays f
and this is her first visit to Ameri with their parents, Mr: and Mrs. during 0'. ,,,__, "
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ca. We welcome this young lady Ed Durban. '" -
f to our community and trust that -Mr. and ).[rs. John' Wilkinsonand .
she will like ,to stay with us. children were dinner guest
Rudolph is now on furlough and of the Winton Parish. family ASTOR VacPacQuantity
expects to be at home, until after Thursday evening oi; last week. Get an extra .
Christmas when he will be givena Miss Dora Clarke of the Heil- Rights Reserved
new assignmentW. bronn section is ,spending this supply today .
Coleman' Phillips, son of week with her nephew and niece,
Mr.. and Mrs. O. J, Phillips also :Mr. and'Mrs. J. T. Reddish. 1-LB C
arrived home on Wednesday of Dinner' guests of the H. E. .
last week accompanied by Mrs. Priest' family on 'Sunday includedMr. CAN
Phillips ,who has been with him and Mrs: Bob.Summerlin and 152 Gall Sire:
while he was, fr
at Roswell *
son Jacksonville and Mr. and
.. New Mexico, However, Mrs.. ,Ernest Williams of Lake Starke Florida
friends of Coleman will be inter City. Mr.,Summerlin has recently ,
ested to know that after a,periodof returned..home from a period of v __ __
eight years in' the service, he eighteen>months service in Korea. i .__ _. -"__ n"_, .. ,, _._ h" ".F .
now has an honorable dischargeand Mr, and Mrs. Rudolph Prevatt 1
expects to go back into some [ ..
ra. .Harry Wilkerson and :Mrs.
kind of civilian activity.Mr Leonard 'Prevatt were 'shoppingin WILSON'SBAKERITE
? andMrs. Hugh Ingramand Jacksonville Tuesday.
son,David', were dinner guests Misses Barbara Jean and Amanda Lb Can
of his mother, :Mrs. Carrie Ingramand Wilkerson of Jacksonville i' 3 69C
her sister, Mrs. Annie' Lewis, spent the weekend with their
in Starke last Sunday. mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkfrson.- 1
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Markhamare
announcing the birth of a
\ daughter, Donna Kay. The young / 1I TOPICAL or GA. REDTOMATOES (Limit 4 with $5 Order)
;- lady arrived at Riverside f '
Hospital ,I
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Jacksonville last Saturday night. I I < < S
Mother and baby are doing fine. 1 Au
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Guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
\ Starling during the weekend in R
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Jim Starling t %k it O'SAGE DessertPEACHES
THAT BRING and daughter of Macclenny, Mrs. I
Ralph Higginbotham and Willis 2V!
YEAR ROUND Starling of Whitehouse.Mr. 21C

PLEASUREHousewares : .and Mrs.,Fred Lang of Max- J'1 : .
ville were guests of their daughter \

Mrs. Winton Parish, and R DONALD DUCK SaladDRESSING .
family on Saturday.Mr
;and Mrs. Troy Bennett who
s .. Quart
sold their home north
I of town 39C
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I on road 301 recently, moved to I// \
their new farm home west of % -
town on Tuesday. .

Electrical Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hess recently '" .;.:'- .',-,.:"--: --';.<,: -: : ,"-,:,- -- :-.:: >: ..: :, ;" ,
sold their real estate here,
Appliances purchased a lot in Starke and
: bad their' house moved to the new U. "GOOD" Eat-Rite Beef Sale!
location one day this week.
Fay Durban who has been in
the service for some time was re- .
cently sent with his company to ROUND or SIRLOIN r6.3H
Pocket Knives
Tripoli His address ,is A-lc'Wil- Pound
-- liam F. Durban; 1437125; 1603A. S STEAK 69C
P. S. 7: A. P. O. 231 c-o'P. M.
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New York;.N,* y He would ap- H
predate,'Iett rs'trom, his friends .
Guns& Rifles '%
at home.T L
Mrs. Bessie Register has returned -
.. to her home in Valdosta, Ga. H CHUCK 3.9C
after visiting her. son,, Frank -.- .' lOTtUO UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COIA COMPANY tl
Itods&ReelsFishing Cruce, of 1 wtey. .. STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY .
Mr. and Mrs..Robert G. Carlton
"Cokt"is a registered trade-mark. e I 1953.THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Carlton_visited Mr.. and Mrs. War- .
ren Starling of,Florahome Sunday. ] RIB ROAST 59C
Tackle Mr.,and Mrs. Frank Cruce were
visiting friends in Melrose Sunday -
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everyone had,a wonderful time!
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1 Mrs. Louise Norman Thursday. ,
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A large number attended M
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,Is ComplimentedAt Birthday HostessAnne Have Christmas i Christmas ThemeCircles The .7 :r rf

Shower HereMrs. Matthews was hostess at Party Tuesday NightThe 2 and 3 of the Methodist diZ f

Morris Williams of Lake 'delightful luncheon Saturday on J. R. Kite home was at- WSCS met Monday afternoon at
the occasion of her tenth birth- 3 o'clock.
City, the former. Evelynn' New- tractively decorated in'the holiday
who brideof day anniversary. Ten of her close motif for Circle 2, Mrs. L. D. Green lead.
some of Starke was a Tuesday evening the STAR !
November was the honored friends and two sisters, Mary combined business meetings of the er, met with Mrs. J. H. Ritch'ather STORE1
Gladys Mootjr Agnes and Betsy, helped to cele-
guest at a delightful miscellaneous brate'the circles and installation of officersof home on Kingsley Lake. Mrs.J. .
Plume 35 shower Thursday .afternoon, occasion. the Presbyterian Women of the F. McComb gave the devotionaland
Artistic Yuletide decorationshighlighted'
J Dec. 3. Hostesses for the affair Church. Mrs. W. B: Parks gave an \
-------- interest "in
Mrs. Maxie Carter, Mrs. "V. points of article from the Methodist Woman '

PTA Will Hear BPW Yule Party V.were, Hazen }.{rs. Ewell Lawson, the Matthews. The dining home room on table Eighths depicted the Rev.following W.' S. officers McAliley: Mrs.instated Guy entitled "On Thereon". Winter

Mrs. Smith Speak Set For, MondayThe Mrs. H. A. Lawson Mrs.; O. L. "a large Christmas package : Andrews, president; Mrs. David Mrs. J. C. Hobbs read 'I
LJnsin, Mrs. G. R. Mathews Mrs. Montgomery, vice-president Mrs. mas letters from the }' Christ-I
0' tied with red and white ribbons, ;
Dec. 5 MeetingThe D. E. Neel Mrs.' L.-N.. Pickering, India taken from the
t. annual Christmas party'ofth and,was centered with a: birthday Claude Crowson Rec' Secy.-; Mrs.B. -
R 'st ke Business and Profes- Mrs. L. G. Powell Mrs. J. W. cake'resembling a Christmas tree.i iI C. Holtzendorf, Sri:, assemblies look. Refreshments were served to

The Starke PTA will i meet Tuesday sional Woman's Club will be held Ritch Mrs. F, J. Shaw and Mrs. I The.cake. was Iced in white with I Ii Special Causes; Mrs. Louise Cain, the 18 members present.

i night Dec. 15 at 7:30 o'clock Monday night, Dec. 14, at 8 o'clockat .EL D. Tenly.. i red and green embossing and red 1 World Missions; and Mrs. Bowden,
in the school cafeteria. Guest the home of Marie Houpt.'eo. In the Baptist Recreation Room candles. Surrounding the cake' annuities and relief. Each circle Circle 3, met with Mrs. M. R.

, speaker on this ,occasion will be hostesses will be Margaret Miller the party setting a yellow and miniature Christmas trees, held its own business meeting Judd. The meeting was opened

: Mrs.,Gus Smith; former chairman Pat Lambe and Pauline Torode. white color scheme was attractively 'candles were and greenery. Favors were after which a general business, with prayer by the leader Mrs.A. )
of Character and Spiritual Educa- carried out in decorating with Wood. During the business
Members are asked to bring a unique Christmas candles holding meeting was held with annual reports
tion of the Florida PTA Federa- numerous bouquets of seasonal given.Following., session the ,need for putting
wrapped gift, under $1 to ex- place cards at each place setting.
tion/Mrs. Smith has spoken here at Christ
blossoms placed vantage points bark into Christmas
change and also a gift tor'theSirl Following the luncheon games the meetings a was
before and who have
The tea table was discussed.
in the Industrial Home fat throughout. were played and prizes were Christmas party was held with DON'T
her will welcome the opportunityof cut- WAIT GET
overlaid with an imported YOUR
Ocala who is being sponsored by awarded to the 'winners.During0 the exchange of gifts. Miss Kate Struth gave the de-
hearing her again. the local BPW Club. work cloth centered with a can- : the latter part of the Hostesses for the evening were votional using as her topic "Sew-

A program of. Cflristmas music delabra holding burning yellow afternoon the party was'joined byAnne's Mrs. J. R. Kite Mrs. Claude Crow- ing the Seed of the Gospel'in JANUARY
will be presented by singers from At one end o( the table
tapers. and Rhodesia". of
grandparents Reports
the High School Glee Club. Beta Sigma Phi son and Mrs. W. J. Epperson Jr.
artistic arrangement con-
was an Mrs. E. S. Matthews and Dr. and "Christmas Around the World" .

Party Next MondayThe sisting of a large white wedding Mrs. W E. Middleton, and her were given by Mrs. I. P. Shepherd
Methodist Men band at the base of which was an NoticesThe
Miss Annie
and Mrs.
aunt. :Miss ,Madge Middleton. Darby T. J.
Beta Sigma Phi sorority arrangement of yellow and white Griffin. Mrs. W. H. Nollman con- 4Cittf \1 1'MEN'S
. The Men of' the Methodist and silver Balancing Baptist Business Women'sCircle \
; annual Christmas party will be pompoms spears. New Members cluded the program with the poem
will meet Monday ,
Church will'have a supper Monday held Monday evening, Dec. Hat : this arrangement at the other evening "The Fir Tree". Refreshmentswere
Dec. 14, at 7:30 'o'clock in the
: night at?7 p. m. Tom Slade, chair 8' o'clock'at the home of Barbara end of the table was the silver Qf Jr. Woman's Club recreation served at the conclusion of
The will
Russian tea room. program
man'of the food committee, prom- Barksdale with Martha Williamsand was tea; served.service Silver where compotes held i Honored At Buffet be in.charge Mrs. Pearl Schrop- the meeting. SALE BARGAINS HOW !

ises meal Herbert -, shier.
j a good Betty Durling as cohostesses. daintily decorated cakes, mints
Ritc,' chairman of project activities Please leave your secret sister and nuts. The Junior Woman's Club entertained HARD ON PEN POINTS t Buy
members at a lovely The luncheon, business and pro- All
,;.will propose suggested activities Christmas gift at Barksdale'sstore Mrs. Maxie Carter greeted I buffet supper new Monday evening in gram meeting of the Baptist W. Renew Esterbrook points and change your own. First Quality Merchandise/ /
only at
for the year. on or before Monday noon. guests at the door'and presented the club building at 7:30 o'clock, M. U. will, be held Tuesday noon ford County Telegraph.
y them: to the receiving ,line composed in the recreation room.
Hazen }'Irs. .Guests of honor were presentcjcorsages
of Mrs. V. V.
\ * . * I by Mrs. J. R. ChaSteen. '
r' : Williams her mother Mrs. Jesse I SPECIALS
l.t. Newsome Mrs. J.. W. Ritch and :Jr., social chairman.
I Christmas decorations were usea
Mrs. D. E. Neel. Presiding at the I
: tea service were Mrs. L., G. Powell I throughout the club rooms with ,--

f *':, ,', Na and Mrs. Ewell Lawson. Servingas 'arrangements of silver sprays an <,

floor hostesses and serving refreshments [brightly colored Christmas balli NEWFALL
'* S'g were Mrs. 'H, A. Lawson used on the tables. On the tabl t'$19.95.511.5a

Mrs. O. L..Linsin Mrs. G. R. where new'members and officer' Old Santa
finally arrived in and
two artist I see that Sander's Jewelry SUITS -
Mathews Mrs. L. N. Pickering, were town Monday
overflowiwith morning on the has moved into Ballmer's and the
Mrs. F. J. Shaw and Mrs. E. D. silver cornucopias wings of a brisk wind after being two. businesses will be
. run jointly '
seasonal fruitMrs.
r 7<:n Tenly. rained out last chilly
I f. p it Friday. The .. igIpA'
Y Mrs. Joe Jordan provided piano R. J. Silva presented the weather was just the right at- '\ ,
'I I : S selections during the party hours Bradford High School Glee Club mosphere to get folks In the Yule- Ernest Douglas from the i

e r i.J: Midnight Stick Perfume itif 3:30 to 5 o'clock. in a varied musical program of tide mood. It put a lot of vim and Mass.USS Picking is home Boston with ,his Navy Yard.

Th. luxury of Midnight ptrfum.. The hostesses presented Mrs. hymns, negro spirituals, folk songs vigor in the smartly (and thinly the J. K. Douglases parents,

in solid form. / ox., $t 1.50 Williams with the platter to her and popular numbers. Misses Bob- clad) majorettes who were going leave .. Sgt Steve Weldon 30-day 110 PAIR
chosen china pattern as a memento bie Bastedo Babs Lance and thru their prances preceding ,the will { :
arrive home 19
for }
and you give a of the occasion. Carolyn Crews as a trio sang t' BHS band how I love to see leave from a five-day ;
Arlington Hall DRESSSHOES
Invited to call during the ap- medley of several numbers Miss JoAnn Smith throw Station.
that baton
f. t: touch of pointed hours were 300 guests. Lance sang a s.olo. while' JanJ\ around! !.. one of the loveliest Arlington, Va. .... congrats to :
,jl magic Herlong Adams on his promotionto q
Davis, trumpet and Carolyn floats was that of the Garden Major .y
", .* .. ;*a Executive BoardOf I Crews at the piano formed a duet Club decorated with>native green-

.\: The famous fragrance I for several numbers. The group ery and "Flowers from OtherCountries" I Saw by the daily papers where
Woman's ClubThe Charley and Ted
used a Christmas medley as its which was their theme Johns Markley t. >
.t' series; favorite'or :. ,* finale. Accompaning at the piano also on the float in authentic !Ann and Jerome made a flying a

'* .i ear Woman's Club executive was Miss ,Mary Julia Futch. costumes,were Mrs. Frazier Jones business trip to New York City ZELAN SUEDE

., .* 'women everywhere ** board met Thursday afternoon with of Mrs. T.-C. Hazen,,Jr., President, as Miss Liberty, Mrs. C. L. Rivers Thursday to Sunday ... Mrs.. ,S. JACKETS
last week at the club house W. Haisten JACKETS
., tY 1 presided at the business meeting.Mrs. as the "LadyFrom Spain", Mrs. reports that her
t. 1'J- : Hand & Body LotionU '*' 20 members present. Carl,Roberts, finance chair- 'aul Raymond, a Japanese woman nephew Jimmy Strickland, is now
...,. Reg.wg.vs. $7.95
J. W. Kincaid- president
- ," .r.,. Mrs. appearing on the Toby Dowdy TV .Reg. 15.95
: lotion Act learn ikirt" 6f/J "r. man, distributed-Christmas cards Sylvia Paujk .as a Little Dutch I t
46. t ;,.! at the meeting at which show ;
presided Tuesday
t i'. : \ ;_'" .and smooth-" ot lOti!'. i o::., $t time the slogan 'To' Know Is To tof be sold,-U.rs.'A., Z. Adkins' ; Girl, Mrs. Louise' Wilson, repre- ian guitarist evening.... hear as that a Hawai-Ruth owsi2:4s: ::.' I
; : >* club sponsor}: nd d;iui> invitation senting India, .'>fond Miss Clara "
-. ... Grow" was adopted. The year Haines /pieasfeMly! '
Leaman in
an Egyptian costume
to the membership ito'the tea uoRSe ; .
-* book committee announced that on Dee 9th honoring Mrs. Jones ,. 'Just loved little two year old a birthday drones:given in her JACKETSReg. 100% NYLON L. 9. \
: t:5 honor
books to be issued Mondayof
were by a group 'Baptist folksat
Florida Federation of Woman'sClubs Sally riding in a decoratedcart
this week. A bake sale with Newton's in last '
amend- drawn by Dell Pcpham fol-
L '* **, Mrs. Paul Bridges 'as chairman, 'I President. The new lowing Den Mother Friday evening ... she was presented SHIRTS I
Wilma Dockstader's
ment voted on reads as follows: -
: will be held Saturday morning In Cub ScoutsLittle with a gorgeous three- Reg. $22.50 : ,
Article I, Section V: Members desiring Sally
front of the Starke Hardware I tiered birthday cake and several
to be inactive may do so for was patticaking along the way in now $18.50 $3.95BOY'S
Store. Members will leave their maximum of one by contacting tune with the band ... Bob Young lovely gifts .? hear that Jerry
I Gay in Atlanta
1 donations with Mrs. Bridges or drove his was up last weekon
'" : _. A-' A Midnight Dusting Powder membership ,chairman and station wagon on top of
Mrs. Kincaid. The club is again business ...
Hut l Ice Stick Cologne paying regular club dues plus $1 which was a huge Santa made by -
Siiky-wft I powd.., p.rf md with Mix sponsoring the annual Christmas Jessie Young's classroom students See' Henry and Lucille Godwin
..S, '* TAe i magic of Midnight..coplurtd in ,!&ight.4V.oz.box with gift puff $1.25 decoration contest for the residential !hostess fee. moved into their lovely new homeon '
; ,* aon-spill solid 'or.... 2'on... $1 1.25 eollprku/ plus tax districts. Judging will be I The toys brought to the meeting this Santa was 15 feet high new Blanding highway last SPECIALSFine :

will be placed in the club with a 10-foot waistline and these I .
: Monday evening, Dec. 21, by out- I Saturday and the C. W. Colsons I
: of-town Garden Club judges. I.Thrift Shop for sale at a small same students preceded their have rented the .Godwin house on

CANOVA PHARMACY Further plans for the luncheonand cost during the holidays.Mrs. Santa, dressed as toys with their Cherry street ... noted that the Tailored DressPANTS I GABARDINE I
.Christmas tea Wednesdaywere .1 Stanley Noegel announced teacher decked out" as Mrs. Santa Charles Hess house was moved

discussed. I the following committees for the .. and each driving a Farmall Monday from Lawtey to the lot JACKETS

WALLGREEN,, AGENCY New Year's Eve Dance: Hats & tractor in the parade were Bill just North of the Lloyd Greenson

Winsome Class ,noise makers, Elsie Hazen, Ruth Lane, Freddie Watterson, Joyce N. Walnut street ... Grace 52-95 $2.49 $3.49WOMEN'S

Starke, Fla. Phone :160 I Simmons; tickets Ruth Simmons; Ward, Otto Siemer Sr. Jim Page had quite an experience last
Has Yule PartyThe Orchestra, Jewel Noegel; tables, Chasteen, Jack Siemer Denver Saturday evening when driving

i2S255Z>75 Seleta Thomas and Mrs. Geo. Devrick, Felix Sapp and Chessie from her house on Raiford road to

Winsome Sunday School Fortunas; sale of drinks Mrs. R. Devrick ... Also included in the town as she was driving along

Class of the First Baptist Church T. Fowler;; drinks, Mrs. Ned parade were the decorated cars of she felt something squoosh and SPECIALS

held its annual Christmas Party Yancey; ash trays, bowls, ice; the Senior Woman's Club driven backed up to see what it was and

p Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. N. B. Rosier; door Misses by Carlene: Landrum, Junior found she had run over a 6-foot
Mrs. E. A. Yancey with 27 members -, Louise; Stern and Lillian'Stump;
JM Woman's Club driven by Jewell rattler she went over it several
( present. The Yancey homewas sandwiches Mrs. Gene Noegel, Beta Phi driven
Noegel, Sigma times to make sure it was dead
: bright and attractive with a Mrs. H. H. Adams and Mrs. T. C. 100 Ladies
DIAMOND VALUES? tree and other Yuletide by Bette Deas, the 4H girls Safe- before proceeding to town. j. ,
Christmas : Mersereau Mrs. Richard
; posters, ty Council, Fire truck driven by We always like to hear compli-
decorations. Williams, Miss Dolores McKnight C: W. Pickett and last but not ments on the pulling power of ourclassifieds'
; Don't let "cut prices" and "big bargains" con Games and an exchange of gifts Mrs. S. G. Denmark: decorating least was Santa himself (Doyle Norma Jean Adams I

fuse you. In diamonds, Quality//!/ the true were enjoyed. Contest winners Mrs. Mack Futch, chairman Mrs. Conner) and his helpers: Mary said she could have sold 30 studio DRESSESGI6LS4

value. and the.world's finest quality dia "; were Nat Dankel Mrs. J., E.and Hildebran Mrs. H.Mrs.M. Carl Roberts, Mrs. Jewett Fogg Cecil, Lou Edwards, Vickie Devrick, couches if she had that many by
Mrs. Jimmy Moore Mrs. Joyce Morgan, Bonnie Clark, the number of calls she got from
mond rings are Keepsake, ... Hatcher Jr. Refreshments ,were Mrs.
,A. Sewell, Mrs. Mike Sheppard Barbara Norman Faye Paulk her little 50c ad last week and

served' with Mrs. Hatcher class Jack Trawick, Mrs. Ralph Dixon, and Freida Green in, Santa costumes the week before when she had a
In any style or price range, every president pouring. ., M: $4.49
Mrs. J.
Mrs. Morton Alpren, donated by Big Dad Mfg. bicycle ad in The Telegraph she
Keepsake is guaranteed perfect Hostesses were Mrs: ,E. A. Vickers.. Mrs. Olin White Jr., Mrs.R. .
Co. by the amount of candy could have sold 4 or 5, which i
4 by- Yancey Mrs. Marion Payne, Mrs.L. .C. Barksdale, Mrs. Don Patray, they gave out bet there were a brings to mind that this would be

.r 1. Good Housekeeping Colson.. E. Dugger; and Mrs. Ressie and;Mrs. Robert Firth. lot of tummy aches that night ... a good time to get rid of some_ of "

Mrs. T. G. :Mitchell gave the I probably left out several that those unused bikes, wagons and -! I

2. This Store devotional "The Real Meaning of were in the parade and just as toys before Santa heaps more on '

so s' Moore-Sapp Christmas", and the meeting good as those mentioned above i I ushear- that Daisy Perryman I DRESSES = 1.59

3. closed with everyone singing but with all the excitement I Just and Del Colley gave a delightful
Keepsake Mr. and Mrs. 'Lloyd Moore of Silent Night couldn't get everyone down in my surprise birthday 'and Bolivia

4i Raiford announce the engagementand I Mrs. R. T. Fowler planned the little black boqk .. Was sorry toI I party last Friday night honoringMrs. Reg. 1.79

1e approaching marriage of their.' buffet supper and served as chair- hear that Faye Paulk had to have I L. A. Davis' anniversary ..

.,' .. daughter Orpha June Moore, to man of the committee.Ms. seven stitches taken in her leg! Elaine, Strickland celebrated her FLANNEL GOWNS now 99c
Leonard B. Sapp son of Mr. and I
when she walked into one of the 6th birthday Dec. 1 with a class-

t Mrs. L. A. Sapp of Raiford. tractor blades while she was pass- room party ... Frances Caldwell
Brown Hostess .
The wedding will be an event of. .
ing out candy to the youngsters celebrated her 16th on Dec. 7 .. .
Saturday evening Dec. 19, at(Honoring MotherMrs. *** Carol Temple was 11 on Dec. 7 SLIPS PILLOWCASES
6:45 o'clock In the First Baptist
Been several changes in Call. Martha Jane Phillips was 8 on II
church. Raiford, with Rev. Wilson Marcus Brown entertainedat street personnel the past week: Dec. 7, Joe Gardner was 6 on Dec

pastor, officiating. A recep- a small tea and birthday party Alice Anderson is at the stamp 10, Rebecca Phillips will be 6 on S9c I 39
tion will be held at the Moore
Sunday afternoon at her home on window at the post office duringthe Dec. 12, Lou Struth and Carol

home immediately following the N. Walnut street honoring her Xmas rush w .." by the way Fields celebrated their birthdayson BIRDSEYE

ceremony.No mother, Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald. Sr.. acting postmaster S. R. Johns is Dec. 7, and Anne Cressler's eEETS

f invitations are being issued who was celebrating her 81st making plea to us all to get birthday was Dec. 10. ... SH I DIAPERS
but all friends and relatives of
birthday anniversary. our packages and cards off early Hear that Cadet Junius Monroe
I, r A.HOWEU,.... 100.00 the couple are invited to attend.EastwoodCrawford $l'.59: Pkg. $1.99
Among those enjoying the oc- and avoid the last minute rush (Butch, to you) Smith has been

/ Wedding Ring 6240 casion were Mr. and Mrs. CharlesL. ...see Mamie Henry now working promoted to the rank of Cadet

Brown.ell of Houston, Texas at the Gold House ... Emma Corporal in the company band af We Are Santa's

'i t I. CAMERON.,.. $200.00 and J. J. Fitzgerald Jr. of San Jane Stevenson has been addedto CMC .. He's the bugler' you

,, i s Alto $100 to gas Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin, of Francisco Calif. Mr. Brownell and Stump's store staff .... Louise know ... Word from the Rev.

-... .,. Wedding hug 12.50 Crystal River announce the engagement Mr. Fitzgerald are Sons of the Massey former bookkeeper for John pearses says they've moved GIFT HEADQUARTERS

and approaching marriage honor guest Kite's Electric is now cashier at from Cookevflle. Tenn. to Rt 2.

t.WRWEtt.$300.00 of their daughter, Clara Setze/s and Marie Taylor is Moore's Hill, Ind. ... Hear: Bert

\ "' Weddi!t8 Ring 100,00 Martin Eastwood, ta DeWitt C. Mrs. StefanelliIs working at Kite's ... Ola Mae Newcomb Is heading back to "'e Have Something Useful for Every

Crawford son of Mr. and Mrs, Sapp is assisting in Leila's until Alaska with his survey group .. .

'ia C.WAHHEID .. $500.00 ; Lonnie Crawford of Starke. Party Hostess Xmas ... Thelma Wise and Can't say I envy him, though that

Wedding Rug 17J.OO The wedding will take place I Marion Henderson are helping out six months of nighttime does

f Saturday afternoon, Dec. 19. at 3 Mrs. Henry Stefanelli, enter- in Alvarez Store during ,the rush sound inviting if I could just

o'clock in the Crystal River, Meth- tained at a delightful, outdoor season and Bonnie Clark. Bar- snooze that long! ... George H. TeSjARThSTORE

odist Church, with Dr. A. J. weiner roast Saturday evening for bara Norman and Maxine Andrews Hazen is changing his address

ROBERTS JEWELRY Northrup officiating.No her daughter. Elissa,, who was have beta attded to Ducky's from care of Navy, Seattle, Wash.

!; invitations are being issued, celebrating her 13th birthday an- staff ... "!oIrs. Ducky" wants me to Plant City ,..

but1 all friends and relatives are niversary. to remind their customers that Well, So long for now ... Be

"Your Friendly Jeweler" and Following refreshments the 23 they win remain open evenings seeing you at the'BHS Band Con
Invited to attend the
wedding guests went on a scavanger hunt' from now until Xmas ... Also cert at the Community Xmas on FREE GIFT WRAPPING
PHONE 260 reception, which will take place with Pat Hobbs Burt McGee, nice to know that Benton Futeh the Court House grounds at 7:30
at. Crystal River Inni Mary Henderson and Freddie has been thlfted from Gainesville tonight (Friday),. .. .. ,,

.1 i Stephens, winning prizes. to SUrke by DeWitt C, Jones ... Carolyn ., - ,- ,- -_w _


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.,," ", II once ecb week:for; four ooneecet1ve ..11 day of January. 1954.' Ernest Knight, also -
Will Head I I J
McAliley as D. E. I
weeks. in the Bradford County Telegraph : otherwise the allegations of said Knight, deceased, are hereby noti- roadways in Bradford County Flor- feet of the West 40 feet
Complaint will t e taken as conless- fied and required to file their ida, more particularly described as thereof as set aside as a
Ministers GroupAt Dated this 5 day of December jd by you. In the office of the County Judge claims of follows: j II right-of-way for a public i
1S63. This notice shall be publishedonce Bradford County Florida (a) That certain North-South un- road by deed from Mary Hall
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby each week for four consecutive County Court House in the. paved road lying in the to Eva A. Purdy, dated December !
the regular monthly meet- Cleric: of the Circuit CourtLy weeks In the Bradford County Tele- Florida, within eight at calendar Stark Eastern.portion of the NE\4 I 20. 1884 filed<< July 2*. i J
ing of the Starke Ministerial Al- Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. graph. months from the date of the first of Section 27 Township 5 1889, and recorded in Deed 1
liance Monday morning at the 12/11 4t 1/1 1953.Dated this 4 day of December. publication of this Notice, or the South. Range 22 East the BookK". Page 299, of the
+ same will Northern terminus of which Publie Records of Bradford ,
C. iN THE NEWS become void
Methodist Church the annual elec- ftOTICIJ TO,APPEAR (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daroy I according to Is a point SO feet South of County Florida, upon which !
tm ClrcBlt Clerk of the Circuit law.This
Court. Bradford CoBBtyFlorldat Court.By the North line of
said J
I tion was held with the retiring IB CkaBccry. Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. December 3. 1953. Sec- no roadway is existent
r. I I I III A N. L. tion 24 and the South terminus All persons interested
president, ReV. T. G. Mitchell Joseph I. Triplet, Jr., Plaintiff vs. 12/11 4t 1/1 Executrix KNIGHT of the Last of which is a point 10 and be beard at the time may and appear place i"
Mr.and :Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr. Mrs. ,N. A. Mercer and sons presiding.. Virginia W. Triplett Defendant. ---- Will and Testament Will feet North of the South line specified. _
Case No. 10-235 IB Circuit Comrt. Bradford County, of D. E. of said
last weekend In'Miami at- David and Robert and Mrs. J. W. Florida IB Knight, deceased. Section 24; Dated this 7th day of December,
pent The newly elected officers were: i Xotlee T. Appear.To | Ckaacery (b) That certain 25 foot strip A. D., 1953.BOARD. '
tending the Legion Midwinter Howell of,Lumberton, H. C. spent : Virginia W. Trjplett. whose Joseph Danyluk Plaintiff, vs. Ethel 12/11 H- III along the South line of the OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Rev. W. S. McAliley. of the Presbyterian residence -
and address is (05 South Danyluk
Conference.. F several days ,last week with Mr. : Defendant.Case I. Circuit Court, Bradford SWi{ of the :NEt; of the OF BRADFORD
Queen Coaaty.
Street. Martinsburg. West No. 10-234
church Rev. NEU of Section
president; Florida !. J4, Town- COUNTY FLORIDA .
Mr. and'Ml'I.' W. H. ,Nollman and,Mrs. R.. F, Young. L G. Hemmingway of the Virginia. I Order Of Publication And Notice To Richard Jones Chancery., Jr., Plaintiff vs. ship 5 South. Range 22 East, By M. O. Harrell, Chairman. .
Appears State
AirPark You of Florida
are hereby notified that Tot'
Jacksonville several. Get Your Hallmark Christmas Louvenla except for the South 25
were In days Baptist church, Vice-preSi- suit for Divorce Ethel Danyluk whose residenceand Griffin Jones. Defendant. It 12/11 I
last week on business. Cards While Selection Is CompleteAt has been filed against you in the address is: 387 Kosculsko St., Order- Case No. IO-ZJ7
dent; Rev. L. D. Haines, First Of FBfcllcatloB and :Hotlee Te
above named Court and cause and Brooklyn New York.
Attending the District Method BoOrngto Studio dt Gift Shop. Baptist Church,. secretary; andRe you are required-to serve a copy o* You are required to appear on 'To Appears. State of Florida
: Louvenia
Ocala Tuesday Mrs. John Anderson and answer or pleading to tht January 11, Griffin Jones whose
1st ,conference in son. your 1954 in the above nam- r
J. Sherwood of the First residence and address is
: :
complaint on the Plaintiffs ed Court ,
G. and"Mrs.. A. W. Anderson and cause wherein plaintiff You STARKE
Rev. T. John
and Wednesday were Christian church treasurer. Attorney H. V. Knight Starke, seeks divorce custody and are required, to appear on
).IitcheJI. Foster $hl'Smith T.: JL Sr.were in Jacksonville: last Thursday.atternoon. Florida port of minor; child. January ed Court 11. 1954. In the above nam-
and file the In the officeof and cause, wherein plaintiff -
Slade; )Mrs. Titus Olson, W.: .H. % Bradford County Telegraph shall i seeks divorce.
Bradford Coun-
the Clerk of the Circuit Court publish this Order in next fourweekly .
Nollrnan and Judge and Mrs..,'E.. ..JUra Drover;, Perryman of Do- DD'or before the Issues. :ty-Telegraph der In shall publish this Or- RADIO TV SERVICE
next four
K. Perryman.Mre '. than; 'Ala. wsa'the" guest of Mr. YOU'LL LOVE tfio I new Ester otherwise 11 day the of January.allegations 1954;of said Witness my,hand and official seal : Witness my hand weekly and official issues. sea .
at Starke. Florida, this Dec. 9,
W.M..WInberlyts_ spendr !and... Mrs. JL3L:' .Davis. from Friday brook purse-size fountain pens in Complaint will be taken: as confessed (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 1953. at 10. Starke.1953. Florida this December

ing afew: weeks wither'sister ;I to',Tuesday .. .' pastel shades. Only $:.31'at BradFORD This by aotice you.shall be published By Marian L.As Crosby Clerk'of Deputy Said Court Clerk ([OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A., Darby Reasonable Guaranteed'Service

)ors..A. F.:., Sauls, after a month's r ,We have m o(1ft- items for COUNTY TELEGRAPH. I once each week for four consecutive Zach H. Douglas. 605 Lynch Buildinic. As Clerk Deputy Court
27 Marian
weeks In the Bradford County Tele- L. Crosby.
Clerk On
visit with her soninlaw.and I Xma;.'lnae our toy-away plan, atAttending graph. Jacksonville, Fla. Zach IL Douglas. 505 Lynch Building All Makes Radios or TVIF
daughter, Mtj and Mrs. C, M Leila'*. !| .* Dated this 3 day of December Attys. for Plf. 12/11 4t 1/1 I Jacksonville Florida.
'' NOTICE! TO APPEAR 1953. :-- Attys. tor Pit, 12/u 4t 1/1
Schneider in! Denver, Colo. the annual joint IB Cfrevlt Coirt. Bradford Cea.t,. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby !NOTICtt TO APPEAR -
Miss Lu Randall of Tampa'spent memorial1' service of the Starke B1.ridal .. Cfc.mc ry. Clerk of the Circuit Court. I.' Circuit Cost Bradford Coaaty. NOTICE OF PCBLIC HEARING OR TV SET IS
W; Brinton LeCompte Plaintiff vs. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. Florida IB Caaacrry. O\ PETITION TO CLOSE! !
the weekend with the Bill Graham and' Gainesville Elks lodges in Nell E' LeCompte, Defendant. 12/11 4t 1/1 Henry D. Fey, Plaintiff, YS.> Jvse-. 1 CERTAIN PCBLIC.ROADWAYS NOT GIVING YOU
family In the' Scrub. 'Gainesville, Sunday from Starke Case No. 10-219 phine Bey, Defendant.Case NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That : SATISFACTIONCafl
Vttiec To Appear.To No. 10-224 a public
Mrs.Willard' Pass "andIOn NOTICE TO APPEAR hearing will be held by the
Mrs and ; were; Mrs. W. .Alexander. and : Nell B. LeCompte; whose res.idence I. Circuit Conrt. Bradford County, \otice To Appear i,Board of County Commissioners of '
;Gene, of' Tallahassee spent 'd daughter Wi1 na. Phil',yitsky, Mr. and address is:. 2802 N. Har- Florida I. CkaBecry To: Josephine Bey.. whose residence Bradford County Florida on. Mon- : '
the weekend with Mr. and. Mr rison Street, Wilmington Delaware.You Ellis Borden, Plaintiff vs. Gloria and address is: 4 Columbine day: the 4th day of January. A. D. 198-1V At Once
and Mrs.' Inman Green Mr, and are hereby notified that a Borden Defendant Case No. 10-236 Lane "alley Stream, New York. !,,1954, at 10:00 o'clock in the fore- _
L. D4 Green. Mrs.; Robert;,:Green 'and :Mr. ,and suit for Notice To Appear You are hereby notified that a noon thereof in the office of
: Divorce 'and ratification of To: Gloria Burden, whose resi- suit for Board in the Bradford County Courtl I I
MnL Co.D. Williams spending Mri-J: D. Doyle. .' separation agreement dence and address is: 19 River .Divorce custody and support of House in the City of Starke Florida, 228 E. Call Street Next Door To Nasworthy's
this 'week, In ,Tampa. Shop early for Xmas. Your has been filed against you in the Street Lake Placid New York. minor children on the petition of E. L du Pont de
above named Court and cause and You are hereby notified that a has been filed against you In the Nemours and Company to close va-I -', .
Rev. and Mrs. W. S., McAliley patronage- will appreciated at. you are required to serve'a copy of suit for above named Court.and cause and unto and abandon certain public --
and family visited, Dr. and 'Mrs!l J Leila's. ijGTIf our answer; or pleading to the com- Divorce, custody control and yon are required to serve a copy of I I'I' '- -
plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney support of minor childrenhas four answer or pleading to the
M. L. Kokomobr In Gainesville Mr and MrsrCKiy-fiale-were in William D. Morgan 507 Clark been filed against you In the complaint on the Plaintiffs 1
Sunday afternoon. Tallahassee Jtorylai'-to V dntsday I Bldg., Jacksonville Florida above named Court and cause and Attorney Evan T. Evans 103
and file the original in the office you are required to serve a copy of Law Exchange Building Jacksonville i' ,
Mrs. M. F. Brown and Mrs. J.l of last"weelrtis the\fuests t>r'Mr. I.of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on your answer or pleading to the complaint Florida
and ) Revel while attending or before the 4 day of January on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT. and file the original In the office of
J. Fitzgerald Sr. had as guests' .Irs..Alton -
1854; otherwise the allegations of : Frank Landrum. Starke Fla. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on This Christmas Give'THE
from Saturday to Monday Mr. the Dept. of Agriculture said Complaint will be taken as con- and file the original In the office of or before the
and ilrs., Charles; Brownell ofHouston. convention. Mrs. Sale was also fessed by you. ''the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or 11 day of January 1954;
Thli notice stall be publishedonce before the 11 day of January. 1954: otherwise the allegations of said d
Texas and J. J. FitZgerald luncheon guest of Mrs. Charley each week for four consecutive'I otherwise the allegations of said Complaint will be taken as confess
Jr.'of'San'Francisco, Calif. Joh 5whUe'there. weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Complaint will be taken as confessed ed by yom.'
rraph.Daied. by you This notice shall be publishedonce
Shop early for Xmaa. Your Hollis V. Knight was In Jacksonville this 3 day of December This notice shall be published each week for four consecutive
patronage will be, appreciated at on;business on :Monday US!. once each week for four consecutive weeks In the Bradford County Tele .
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby in the Bradford County'Tele graph.
Leila's Mr. and Mrs.. T. F. Colson and Clerk .of the Circuit Court weeks .D.ated this 4 day of December.
family were in Oxford N. C. last By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. Dated this 9 day of December, 1953.- ,
12/4 4t,12/25: 1953. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
week visiting friends and rela- Clerk of the Circuit Court
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby '
NOTICE TO APPEAR Clerk of the Circuit Court By Marian L.'Crosby. Deputy Clerk.

'OAR,1e, tives.Mr.. and Mrs. P. A. Dampier of Plorldat IB CIr .lt la Court Chanterr.Bradford CeBBty, By Marian L. Crosby Deputy 12/11 4t Clerk 1/1 12/11 4t 1/1 ,I "{.. &4Jzook. /

Jacksonville spent Sunday with Chester Lee Mitchell, Plaintiff, vs. IB The Court Of The County Judge, i I ,.
STARKE FLA.Frir'Sat.Dee,11r. Mr. and Mrs. R. Luvern Mitchell. DefendantCase NOTICE TU APPEARIB IB And For Bradford County
C. Dampier; Florida IB ProbateIN -j
No. 10-229 Clrralt Coart. Bradford Cooaty :
Mrs.-Paul Miller of Miami Beach Xlee T* Appear .Florida IB ChaBecry. L RE: Estate of DANIEL ERNEST I SETS ;
12 Is IV1sitin her To: Luvern Mitchell whose resi- Leonora A. Gilbert. Plaintiff, vs. KNIGHT also known as D.
parents' Mr. and dence and address is: 726 North 17th Lawrence Bob Gilbert. Defendant. E. KNIGHT, Deceased. i So economical and .
smart practical so *o
DOUBLE FEATURE Mrs. S; W, Haisten. so
Street. Philadelphia 30, Pennsylvania. Case No. 10-225 NOTICE: TO CREDITORS ,
Notice To Appear AH persons having claims or demands THE PEN personal too. With each of these Esterbrook'Desk
.. Gobs and.GalsWith We hue'many gift Items for You are hereby noU 'I To: Lawrence Bob Gilbert whose against the estate of DanielvyyyyyyyyyyyYvyYYYYyyyyy Sets you have full choice of the world's -
.Gee. and' Bert Bernard Xmas use our Jay-away'plan. at suit residence and address is: 241 East YOU WANT largest variety of point styles. You can per1Ona1ize *
lor'I Chester Street. Long New
Leila's: has I York Beach each set with the right point for the

-ADh'Behind Mrs.<.D. L SUcox and Mr. and above named Court and .cause and I You are hereby notified that a way they write-and remember all points
yon are required to serve a copy of 'ut for. are renewable.
Mrs. Yemen SUcox and
1 ; eon, your answer or pleading to thrcomplaUt Divorce, custody' and suppo't'of IN THE STYLE
David,/were", in' Jacksonville on on the Plaintiffs minor child
Linea Monday.Mr Attorney Evan T. Evans, 103 oas been filed against you tn the 4.WHEEL MFETY YOU WANT
Law. Exchange Building, Jack-. :!above named Court and cause and 2668 General Writing 444 DISK PIN IIT-
With: Guy Madison- and Andy ; and Mrs. R. E. Millen' of sonville. Florida I you are required to serve a copy of "Ink-Locked" base

.... Devine_ __ Folkston, Ga. 'were .weekend 'and file the original In the office of I your answer or pleading to the) 'j bold 40 time more ink
the Clerk of
the Circuit complaint
Court ODor on the Plaintiff'sAttorney than regular fountain
Plus New Serial "Kl tg. of The guests, of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. ,before the I Evan T. Evans; 103 SEE PAGE SIX WITH THE POINT deck sets.Write for
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11 day of January 1954; Law Exchange Building, Jack.sonville 2048 Shaded Writing pen
Sr.Sheriff tnontin without refill
bongo" Quick,
Chapter No. 1 and.cartoon otherwise I
the allegations of said Florida Starke Tire Sales YOU WANT '
and 1n.ID black and colon.
Mrs. P. D. Reddish ,Complaint will be taken as confessed I ana file the original In the office of
j) and son, ,,and Phil by.you. I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on '
polph,< Yltskywere' This notice shall be published or before the LAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAISHOPAt irs and 142so
13, 14ifornia in Tampa on business Tues' 2284 Signature Stub

day.Mrs. < -

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?Tu *,.Pec' 150NLYff M. Van DeMarkiwere 'in Gainesville o ,''1[' 't ;

: last Saturday. ,
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Cards New BulUngton Studio and SA VE Money .. >.
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With Olivia de IlavUland and Mrs. S. W Haisten. They were li i_ 407 DISK PIN SIT-

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Paul Miller of Miami Beach. t i 1555 Shorthand visible. Fill It
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reasonably free of parasites and FRIDAY DECEMBER 11, 1953
sister, :Mrs. W. Forsythe, and Pa. are with him and toj
disease-producing organisms. It family.Mr. plan Thompsons of Putnam Hall. Ha .
spend the winter here.
will par to use artificial lights to has been in the Army several
and Mrs. F. L. Easterly of }{rs. Agnes B. Lawrence, Mrs.
stimulate egg production until years and will be stationed in
Jacksonville visited Mrs. Easter- R. Mrs. B.
Carlson, and
there is more than 12' hours of I Germany in the near future.
ly's mother, Mrs. B.Cunningham Mrs. B.
Cunningham were shop BIG
daylight per day. SAVINGS
recently.H ping in Jacksonville Friday.
If you are doing most of the -
above and. your hens are not too Lucas is home from the Ala- M. Sgt. J. C. Thompson was a HARD TO PLEASE? Give him
old, they should be laying. If not, chua General'Hospital" in Gaines- -ecent guest of his sister, Mrs. in Esterbrook fountain pen Desk i All Week Beginning Dec. 18
there is a reason. We have'.good ville. His sister, Mrs. J. Beezer R. Carnes, and< family. He also Set. Only $3 at Bradford County 'j

bulletin on culling for egg pro- ,and son, Louis, of Punxsutawney, sited his parents, the D. L. Telegraph. AT YOUR FRIENDLYSuwallilee
duction. Freefor, the asking. -:.

,, Kill Cattle GrubsSometimes
By Geo. T. Huggta
they, are called
a County Agent warbles or wolves. They are on: Jr V
Agricultural Extension Service the rampage now with dairy and Flowers
r beef cattle as their targets Toucan
Hut oak Tax Refund' HowlYour Egg SupplytThis feel them under the hide on ,
Now Is-a good time to applyfor is the season when you Fa "
the animal's back. They are responsible -
the .four cents per gallon;refund want your hens to lay the maxi- for reduction in mink
on farm gasoline. We have mum number of eggs. Market in FOR EVERY PURPOSE
and prevent proper gain weight.
some new forms ready for you to prices ''are usually good daringwinter These grubs are result of the 'F DURING THE HOLIDAYS

fill out. months. ,High production adult fly that pestered the animal I, 'W
It will cost you a $2 fee for the requires_ a good .sound manage- during the spring. ,If a dip or ,,'1 ) 901
entire year. If you use as muchas ment program. Regardless of the spray program was followed !then* YES Gay and beautiful flowers E. CALL Store PHONE
125 gallons of on the farm number of hens have, how
gas you
you would be less likely to have can do more than anything else to
per quarter you are eligible for does your program stack up with grubs in the backs pf your, cattle ST. 34a
the refund. Gas used In'farm some'.of the following standards: impart. that spirit of Christmas
now. It is important for the ownerof
trucks Is not considered as being First your birds must be hous- family milk cows to feel along cheer to the home during the holi- CECIL
used for' agricultural production.You ed in comfortable quarters. There DOUGLAS, Manager
the back of their cow for rough See wonderful assort-
days. our
must purchase gas from the 'is a wide variety of houses usedin ,. DELIVERY
> dealer, and in lots not less' than Florida. If your birds have a places holding a grub. ment garden-fresh at all times. SERVICE *
25 gallons. Claims for refund are yard or range, the house should alloW For enough animals that a dip
made each six months.It at least two. square,feet of j or spray- Is necessary use 10 lbs. We reserve the right to limit quantity
bird. If birds are of 5 per cent rotenone powder in
not floor
may true that this is I space per ,
the type program we wanted but confined each bird should have 100 gallons of water. If sprayer FLOWERS FOR GIFTS: Plapted Dish Gardens from $1 up Haeger OPEN ALL DAY THURSDAYLook
three to four feet hen.I lis| used be sure there is enough
it has also been pointed out that square per
to wet the hide along the Pottery. Cut Flowers of all kinds. Corsages. Flowering Plants. .
this is at least a beginning'If we Be sure to provide plenty of pressure
fail to use what we have, there clean water and a wellbalancedration. back.A Poinsettias in pots What We Will Buy Here!
will be.less chance tor on improved Green feed Is valuable good way,to.treat just a few .
program. So why not proveto during the winter.- When a hen grubby cattle is to prepare a ROMAN
WREATHS: Beautiful ornamental wreaths.made to order for the door QUART
the Legislature that we wanta goes off-feed she will soon fall wash of 1 lb. of 5 per cent rote-
better- program by making full in egg production. On the other I none and 1-4 lb. laundry soap or or-windows Also CEMETERY WREATHS for holiday, remembrance CLEANSER-BLEACH! 1C
use of what we have, and then hand, the more a hen eats, the I other detergent in 2 gallons of FLOWERS t
FOR THE HOME: Lovely centerpieces to grace the ,holiday
make requests for improvements.We more eggs she should lay. water. Apply by dipping a stiff
invite you to contact our Another point to check is clean- brush in the wash and rubbingover table Cut flowers to brighten every room in the house .'.-,. Nothing DIAMOND .1
office for more details if liness. The and their quarters 80 Ct. Pkg.
you layers the grub openings.A
adds such a note of cheerfulness to the lovely flowers. .
scene as
want to make application. I should be kept sanitary and three fourths (.75) to 1.5 per

cent rotenone dust worked into PAPER NAPKINS I OC

I the grub holes is also .effective. FLOWERS WIRED ANYWHERE AS GIFTS:

Watch for Poisonous Plants a What better way to remember that friend or ''FREE-RUNNING
close grazing Pkg.
If cattle are
and check to see loved one in a distant part than by using our
be sure
THESE HISTORIC SR4NISN that pasture there are no poisonous plants wire service, insuring flowers to arrive there, MORTON'S SALT 10CSweet

') COINSFAMED IN PIRATE they may get. They will eat these fresh and bright for Christmas Absolutely no

if LORE BY THE,WERE MASSACHUSETTS LEGALIZED Cattle plants ,usually when grazing will not is eat scarce.pois- fuss or bother for you. Just phone your orderto Fresh PackedMAYFIELD 303 Can

onous plants unless there is no 218 and we will do the rest. .
BAY COLONY IN 1672. One condition en-
FOR YEARS THEY WERE couraging other this is partial hunger. CORN 10cAll

Ill'' THE CHIEF CIRCULATING They eat these to live. Winter MEMBER FLOWERS' by WIRE Inc.

MEDIUM IN THE grazing crops or other supplementary
rations prevent: this Varieties i Chopped or Strained GERBER'S,

> TfeAw these AMERICAN coins.cut.9ndquarters COLONIES.to mate of crave Poisonous We for have more Plants a good grass.in bulletin Florida.free.called Ask. It COLONIAL FLORIST BABY FOOD Each 1 OC

for one and It is yours .
,6ecan a known describes and pictures these poisonous PRINCE ALBERTTOBACCO
es4bits acid 2 bms.f41i plants so that you .can
/SlMIN X71 learn to identify them in your PHONE 218 V Can

fields. 10C
Bull in Shape Cynthia Schmitt
... Our hardy forefathers recognized the value of Keep You Herd do not want your herd Owner FREE DELIVERY 402 Nona St:, Starke ,

bull over-fat nor do you want him No. I
thrift. 111I too thin. Pasture is the ideal bull 1
"- feed, but if pasture legume, hayis TATOES 10Lbs 29C
We can help you solve most of.your financial not available, high quality grass
> '. *- .- hay and protein supplement shouldbe 4 U. S. ROYAL WHITEWALL AIR RIDE

problems if you will giveju&'djalLFLORIDA fed.If your bull requires large .
him Lb Jar
amounts of grain to keep .
proper flesh, he should be sold because PURE LARD 3 65C

he will sire the same kind TIRES GIVEN FREE
cattle. These cattle won't be
1 ? of economical to keep. Maxwell\ House, Reg. or Drip (With Gro. order of 5.00)

A + aw S (How oats Pete that Is Reddish Your are 12 Pasture to has 18 a inches field.high,of TUESDAY'; JAN. is ... 5 P. M. COFFEE 1"B 1 9 "c

now and a good number of cows .
and hogs are enjoying them. One You NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WIN-Register Today LOOSE
Member Florida National Group Other field is covering over with
I Crimson Clover. Another is goingto Lb
show a good stand of White .SEEDED RAISINS 24C

Dutch. There is going to be plenty Wow-fate advantage of

! ---- of feed out there. .%
.. t Wade Gaskins has a second (With Gro. order of $5.00))

n; Santa Says year worth stand looking of White at if Dutch you doubt thatis p STARKE TIRE SALES SUGAR, 5 Lbs 39CDr

..... c .4:1 that clover will grow.Then in com-, ______
J bination with the pecan grove ---

: 4 G If.( GIVE THE, BEST 'land you can red see and a crimson green cover at the of farm Ken- RED HOT MEAT SPECIALS

of J. B. White. All these men will 11(:

)t, FOR- YOUR HOME tell good you cows that and if an you initial have start fairly of 4WHEELSAFITYSALE- PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR FRESH D & DPEANUT"

J :pasture you can still afford to FED TURKEYS ,
' fertilize for production. They are

.. all in the Heilbronn Springs sec- Smoked SAUSAGE, BOLOGNA or
6 PIECELIVING tion but I don't think that has
any thing to do with it. em V WEINERS u
There are many others that I 29C.
ROOM SUIT $139.95 have heard talk about their pas-the .
ture and are pleased
growth. I wish I could see all of Save Today-Stop i in Safety All this Winter All Next Year! Sliced 'Rindless
5-Piece ftowellDindteSuits them. Lloyd Green can't talk more Lb
Table Lamps than a few minutes before he Is BACON
To hold firm 49CTENDER
V telling about his pasture.The other you on slippery streets,ALL FOUR of your tires
must grip. Make certain they do tire
V few minutes Is about fishing. -our checkupcosts
V We have an excellent bulletin you nothing.Should you need 1 or more new

were $59.50V % called Maintaining Fertility in tires, our special offers save you many dollars on
Only Mineral Soils Under Permanent the finest slick-street skid Lb
Pasture. If you have an acre or protection anywhere I CHUCK ROAST 39C

, now $59.50PREWAY more of pasture you should get I ,
r one of these bulletins. It is tree. FULL CAPS
1 Y $6.95 Ask for it. A card addressed to FRESH
\ 1t 1ti P. O. Box 267, will get it for you. V f -. 1
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You roll smooth before a storm hits,
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4 BUFFET CedarChest Mrs. Edward Johns and children U. S.ROYAL MASTER I I U.S. ROYAL LIFEWALL Fresh Ground LeanHAMBURGER
of Kingsley Lake and Mrs.
Robert Myrick and son of Starke With the one-and only This sensational new Lb
TABLE $$49.95&$59.95 visited the H. M. McRaes Monday. fexfuriied tread that holds Nylon tube prevents 39C
Water Davis Jr. of Glen St. slippery roads where tires 'f., blowouts within your
Mary was a dinner guest of never held before.: present tires.
Floor Arthur :McRae Thursday of last SPECIAL"4-WHEtt SAFETY" SPKW.4OTEttSAFEIT Small, Half or WholeTENDERIZED
4 CHAIRS Lamps
Mrs. Sue Myrick of Lake Geneva '
spent Friday and Saturday -1IY COKOITOI TUBES IOW.
" only $139.00 $10.95 night with us and attended church -
f services.J. $4O :.
W. McRae made a business U S ROYAL /n.l&k ;or Your TENDER
Special trip to Gainesville Monday. d Lb
MALONE Misses Alice Reddish and Shir- The tin( now going en 1953'j n.... attery CUBE STEAK SSC
ley McRae enjoyed a fishing tripto flnttt new cars. New slim fwWttwoIti. VI) Trade

SPRING AIR Linoleum RugsMATTRESS Sampson Lake Saturday ac- ..4-way skid pro- ," t
companied by B. M. McRae. tectioa $2i 7 plus taxi _" v Meaty Fla.

9x12 Mrs. J. W. McRae and Mrs. H. and your old tire -J -., Lb
M. McRae visited the T. N. Nor 'ti
6.70-15 Credit Terns BACK BONE 59C
mans at Heilbronn Saturday. Special Easy
. V Fret Mounttng' i .
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Starke, Florida &: Have Plenty of OYSTERS, SHRIMP FISH and our

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Methodist Church IN 5IEMORIA3I Think of Him faring on. as dear THE RIGHT POINT for the
I In the love of there as the love of
; ; In loving memory of Weldon way you write Come In and select -
Universal Bible Sunday will be SERVICE MEN f Susie B iid-1; William Packham, who left us one here;
observed December 13 in the First year ago (Dec. 7, '52), Think of Him still as the same ;your favorite ESTERBROOK
Methodist Church of Starke. Rev. I
Thomas G. Mitchell will preach fi___,_ _._ r_ ,1 I cannot say and I will not say say; Fountain Pen. Only $2.37 at
He is not dead-He is just away!
the That He is dead, He Is just away. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH -
Sunday morning on subject
School kids were quite excited With a cheery smile and :Mrs. W. W. Packhamand
a wave
The Bible-The Book of Life", -
last Friday'when Santa droppedin of the hand Family. ,
Presbyterian Church At The Tabernacle Subject of the sermon for Sun- ..zt for a visit While he talked"shop" .. 1
He haa-wandered into -
unknown ,
day evening will be "Preach theWord" an --
With the youngsters, his. land. ,,. .- -, -
Friday. Dec. 11, 3:3Q'p". m. Miss Thompson and.Miss Bell, helpers, who were six young ladies
,Junior Choir Practice. representatives of the Childrens' Church School begins at 9:45 dressed all in red, passed out can And left us dreaming how very SERMON SUNDAY NIGHT -

Saturday' Decv 12. 4 'pIn.. Bible Mission in this community, a. m. and the Senior and Intermediate v dy to everyone. I II fair

Youth Fellowship ExplorationParty. : presented details of their work Inan Methodist, Youth Fellowships Many of the-students took partin I It needs there.must be since He lingers I 'Satan's Relatives5By

entitled meet at 6:30 Sunday evening. a the big Santa Claus Parade.
Sunday Dec. 13.. Sunday interesting 'pIcture Monday. Our band was out front i And you-O you, who the wildest
roads" at the Youth Meet- Merle Packham
School 9:45 a 'm. Morning: Worship "Cro8 St. Mark's looking super, while several floats I yearn
11 a. nwTne Book of Hop ing Saturday night. Episcopal and cars joined the line, includingthe For the old-time step and the glad
District Men' Rally'at Pint Presbyterian The regular Communion service Revs Raymond E. Mm Ri tn Student Safety Council, etc. returnMMMyTTTMTTTMTTTTTTT- Hope Baptist Church TheressaSunday
Church. Lake City 3 p. was held Sunday morning at Schedule: of Services Pfc. Marion Glenn Crews, The main attraction, of course, ,
m. Youth Fellowship and recreation youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. was "Mr. Santa Claus", riding
the conclusion of the worship SUNDAYS .
6 p. m., Frances Caldwell hour. This service is observed the 9:45 a.m., Church School 11 R.: Crews of Lawtey, recently com- atop a car. This jolly-looking old School.10 a.m. Preaching 11 a.m.

' and Margaret Rose Duncan hos- month. iun., Morning Prayer & Sermon; pleted boot training with the Marine man was made by Mrs. Jessie B. T. U. 6:45 p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m.
tesses. Evening Worship 7:30 p. first Sunday of Young and her class. Now that
8:30 p.m., Young People's ServIce Corps at Parris Island, S. C.
m, "The First Missionary, Journey Practice for a Christ-centered the parade is over maybe the kids WHEEL SAFETY Prayer Service.. Wed. 7:30 P.M.
of Paul", film and League. and is now studying airplanes -
sermon on Program to be given ChristmasEve can settle down for another ten
this subject. HOLY COMMUNION mechanics at the JacksonvilleNAS. days,and then OUT FOR CHRIST-
is under way and promises 11 3rd. Sun- Message Sunday Morning "Santa Claus"
1st. Sunday a.m.
Wednesday, Dec. 16, 7:30 p. m.. I His address is Pfc. M. G.,MAS!
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study; to be of unusual interest and I day 7:30 a.m.FRIDAY Crews 1385079, NATTAC NAS!!I Have ,you seen the pictures of SEE PAGE SIX And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make
8 p. m.. Choir practice for Christ- blessing. The title of the Cantata! -----
the Jr. and Sr. Classes?
Everyoneseems free. St. 8:32.Convert .
Jacksonville Fla.
*ia* pageant. is "Bethlehem Ephratah". 7:30 pjn. Litany &; Meditation. Starke Tire SalesLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAA you
8 Choir Rehearsal. I I mighty proud of "his like.ness" . .
p.m. I -
Marine Pfc. Dale W. Thompson, especially the Seniors who .
son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth had on that most important out
Church of Christ Thompson of Starke has reported I fit..cap and gown.Christmas

FIRST Comer 10th and McMaho 'Camp Lejeune, N. C. for duty is the deadline! This
BAPTIST CHURCH. with the 1st Battalion, 8th Ma- time it's for our annual staff, YOUR T.V.
Preaching-11 A. M and 7:81P.M. U. HF.
Starke s. rines, a unit of the 2nd Marine and that means work in capital NOW FOR
Division. letters. So if you have not givenan 1
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study
ad to the annual,
7:30 P. M. won't you j
each Wednesday
- II
II' I Pvt. R. S. Prescott, son of Mr. please call 125 and a representative 1

;' REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, ,Pastor Bible School-10 A. M. and Mrs.. E. Prescott of High- will be glad to call on you. Programs, To Start Approximately J 1st.
land left Oct. 28 for Korea and We still have: a little space left.
I Jefferson and Court Streets'- The Heart of Town HAMPTONCHRISTIAN will be stationed near Pusan. He Did you notice anything new

CHURCH entered service last April and on the girls around school Friday? WE HAVE 7 MONTHS EXPERIENCE WITH U.H.F.BE
, Phones Office 234 -Pastorium 130 Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship took basic training at Ft. Jack- The Future Homemakers were all I .

Service 11 a. m.; Youth Program son, S. C. Later he attended Ord- wearing some article that had
r- Teffrrfffff\ \ II rfjf\ f ff I f fffft f f ffffff f 6:30 p. m. Evening Service 7:30 nance School,at Aberdeen Proving been made in home ec and believeme

Sunday Sermons: 11:09 A.M. 7:30 P.M. p. m.Bro.. J. B. DIxon, pastor. Ground, Maryland. He graduatedfrom they looked mighty smart. READY TO ENJOY THESE
I BHS in 1944 and since that
I A big success! That was the result
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 PM., FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH time has been engaged in farming of the box supper and bazaar PROGRAMS SEE US TODAY

Midweek ServiceWednesday, 7:30 P.M. LA\\'TEYFL\. at Highland. His present addressis given at the USO Saturday nightby
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching : Pvt. R. S. Prescott, US5317852S. the Senior Glee Club. The boxes ABOUT CONVERTING YOUR
I I 11 a. IIi. &; 7:30 p. m. Midweek 89th Ord. J. M., 32nd Ord. Bn., were most attractive and the eats
service Wednesday 7:3P p. m. APO 973, care PM, San Francisco, inside were tops.
A. E. Massey pastor. Calif. TV
; Happiness will be brought to
some family this Christmas by
I IIEILBRONNBAPTIST the Science Club members who
HEAR THIS MESSAGE SUNDAY Sunday School 10 CHURCH a.m. Preaching -. .g are getting up a nice basket for Reasonable Prices Work Guaranteed
a needy family.The members are
r.kw ,. 7:30 P.M. .11 a.m. Training Union 6:30: doing this instead of having their
p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer usual
"Living Words FromA Meeting Wednesday 7:30: pjn., is"K* The Hi-Y boys are flashing Chas.
h{ } Rev. J. E. Ungerfelt, pastor. C. Shepherd
around their
s. new ,ins. Oh yes, so '
MISSIONARY are the Hi-Y Sweethearts, Agnes
Dying Lawson and Ann Crosby.
LAWTEY, :LA. So much for now. Hope there
10 ajn. Sunday School, 11 a.m. will be at least something left to I PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA.EARL .

preaching. 6:15: BTU 6:45 prayer Pvt. John R. Davisson of Mr. write about next week.
First Baptist Church Hampton service 7 o'clock 0 song services,I and Mrs. N. J. Davis of Graham, -SusIe :' -' : ".-- -- -.: :::>:-:: ::.,:, -'-,,: : -:-:-. -'--'.'

, 7:30: evening services.PENTECOSTAL has just completed Radio Schoolat 1

BOB GRAY, Pastor Camp Rucker, Ala. and is en

": 11 AM: "Why Christians Have To Suffer?" CHURCH HOLINESS joying a ten-day furlough with GOT EVERYTHING? Give her
his parents. He will report bach:
.. an Esterbrook
!t pastel purse pen.
School 10 a.m.
Sunday to Rucker Dec. 29. Pvt. Davis
on I
Bible School 10 A.M. -'B/m 6:30 P.M. Service Only $2.37 at Bradford County
|Morning 11 a.m. graduated from BHS in 1951 and t
"Join The Crowds Attending Our Services" ,Evening Service 7:30: p.m. was employed by the Seaboard l COOK'S.
Prayer Meetings Wednesday railroad before entering service
_night 7:45: p.m. Saturday night last July. I
-- -- -
Pfc. Morris L. Nazworth, son
of Mrs. Ena Nazworth, Hampton, for

$121.45WORTH recently completed the eight-week Help Your Cough GROCERIES -- MEATS -- FEED
Leaders' Course conducted by the
., FREE OF 41st Tank Battalion of the 8th When colds, measles or flu leave you
with a cough get Creomulsion quick
Christmas PresentsFor Inv. Div. at Ft. Jackson, S. C. The because it soothes raw throat and Phone 339-J
school develops the individual's chest membranes, loosens and helps
: Mama, Child and Daddy potential for Army leadershipwith expel germy phlegm mildly.relaxes U. S. 301 IN NORTH STARKE WE CLOSE 9:30 P.M. SATURDAYS
tension and aids
systemic nature fight
ALL THREE and emphasis combat on infantry wea- the cause of irritation. You'll like its Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thur., Fri., Sat., Dec 10,11,12
pons leadership.
I results better than other medicine or '

Pvt. Erwin S. Triest, son of S. druggist narcotics.refunds Pleasant your to take.money. No SPRY or Maxwell House

(Absolutely; FREE E. Triest, Route 1, Starke, is : Lb Tin Lb Tin
serving with the 1st Infantry Di- :CREOMULSIONrclims
WITH THE PURCHASE OF ONE PHKY-682 vision in Germany. The only Coughs, Chest Colds,Acute Bronchitis
American division to remain in I .

AUTOMATIC TAPPAN GAS RANGEHere's Europe 1st is receiving since World intensive War trainingas II, the 'fVTTTTTYYTTTTYYYYTYTYTTT'Window (With $5.00 Gro. Order) (With $5.00 Gro. Order)

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What You force. Triest Is a rifleman with the V.
16th Inf. Reg., Co. K. He was em-
ployed as a plumber at Keystone CIAtxTISSUE.49C

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School 9:45: a. m. Worship -
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Service 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. S. No. 1 STANDARD S. W. or IfersheysPOTATOES
m. Prayer Meeting each Wednes-
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Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn.
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Cage Season ::: : Tommy all earned Gill letters and Robert last year.Manning Lavon Zoning Board To Look Before LeapingThe I Clay Electric Road Matters, for a $50 do-

< 1 Lewis, a newcomer who played .. District Meeting new emergency re-

; great outstanding addition football to the, will basketball be 'a newly created City of Council, preferably Jan. 5, and request Held At BrookerThe 1&I the purchase by

Opens Tuesday / squad too. He will be playing at Starke Zoning Committee held its' that someone versed in annual meeting of District Keep Board BusyContinued G. T. Huggins of

a guard spot. first meeting Tuesday ,night to zoning matters be invited-to at- I II demonstrating a new
: begin work on what, Chairman tend the meeting to furnish infor 5, Clay Electric Cooperative, Inc.. ( from page one) treating tobacco seed
WithPalatka ...Fans will .not>see the girls in which comprises all of Bradford I i
: : actionXat' home'until afte the A. J. Thomas, Sr. says, "Wehave mation necessary before an 'undertaking | and weed control.
.County, was held in .the Brooker a hospital bond election until j
.1 vacation holidays, but on Dec. 29 discovered is no little task". of this nature is begun. Futch could
t community center Tuesday night, work out final details
The task, referred to by Thomas, Thomas was also to .
The boys and girls basketba't: the boys A team will be host toLake Dec. 8, for the purpose of nomi- with the Improvement Commis-
is the setting up of zoning plari invite representatives the various
teams at BHS have been>working 'City's A squad. nating a trustee for. the year 1954. sion.' WINKLER ELECTRIC
for the City of Starke. This is the civic organizations and other SERVICE
hard the past two weeks under Fourteen: games are scheduledso The meeting.was called to order Granted permission for V. R. .
job for which the zoning committee interested ,to attend
the guidance of Co'ches Hazel' fir, and James Hobbs, athletic was created and one which is meeting. .persons the by Reddish Andrews, present Ferguson, agriculture teacher, to 1 I ,

wood and Bishop, (director, says he will fill all open : director for District 5, who welcomed erect a sign pointing to the F.F.A.I I
being undertaken with no previous Attending this firstmeeting of -members &/lI7'H.RADIO .
soon. the and
dates expressed farm
The 53-54 season Tuesday on a county road
p opens up beginnings or experience. the zoning committee, in additionto rightofI
''night Iec.,15i, with both I TEe East Florida Conference After election of a temporal f Thomas were committeemenS. appreciation for the large attend- way north of Starke. I
,'teanu Palatka 'there. ,held'its last tourney in-1951 and ance and support during the past
meeting to the
secretary, Orie A. Wiggins, Chair- G. Denmark, T. C. Hazen Jr., Agreed purchase of a new
He also reviewed
1 Games were scheduled with Lake ,will'not hold one again this year. man Thomas announced that' he and Orie A. Wiggins. Guy An- year. brieflythe typewriter for,the county judge'sloffice

Butler's .boys and girls for this)'Tor' be eligible for the conference had made several contacts in' drews, another committee mem- progress that the Cooperativehad Judge Yawn's old personal

'Friday night, but were postponed championship all the BHS boys I made during the past year. typewriter to be used
regard to the committee's undertaking ber, was unable To as a trade- AND
The chairman ,
. 'to a later*date at Lake Butler's wilIhave to do is beat Palatka in then opened the in.
that those contacts included Commenting on the work of the
meeting for the nomination and
two scheduled Then
I .request 9 games. } I George C. White city clerkof zoning committee later. Thomas election of candidates. The result :Met with members of the City rT TELEVISIONSales
would meet the winner of the e
f. Miss Bishop cut the squad ,to 15 southern half ,of the conferencefor Tallahassee, W. H. LaGraves, said that he had written to the of the ballcting for nominationsof I Council, the county health depart- i

'last week. from the 35 girls originally -. the championship. secretary of the City Planning City Council requesting the exploratory a trustee for 1954, to be form- ment and heard John A. Mulrennan "" ,.

,., answering the call to prac-i Board of Gainesville_ and Dean meeting. ally elected at the annual Clay of the State Health Dept, '
Ketterlinus of St. a
tice. Augustine William T. Arnett of the Collegeof "We want to look into this mat- Electric meeting on Jan. 21, was Jacksonville, explain how the and
northern half member, was sus-
Agnes Lawson, veteran forward, Architecture and Allied Arts, ter with follows county could
a great deal of delibera- as : participate a State .
-or-- .
pended from basketball this sea- ee ,, .... ,
was chosen captain by her teammates University of Florida. tion before Reddish Andrews, New River
School undertaking it, mosquito control program. As 224 N.
son by the, Florida High Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke FloridaYOU'LL
Other' lettermen back for Thomas ,
said that all these persons Thomas said. "Un'ess the 'Work is incumbent, 25 votes; Hewlitt
Athletic Assn. and P. K. Mulrennan
Yonge explained it, the state
play are Anne Crosby and Jimmie contacted had contributed done right, there is Anderson, Brooker, 8 votes.
Cole as guards. :Missing will be dropped out of the conference, valuable no use doing I, ... ..... .. "" -, ..
suggestions, and especially it" A. G. Loudon, Clay Electric
Palatka and Starke as
Mary Frances HazenJackie Tanner Dean Arnett, who spent a lot of Thomas went on to that manager, reported on the opera-
eligible members in the northern explain
and Carolyn Kelly who were time going into the situation with this was more less tions of the cooperative from its
division. an educa-
outstanding In the girls games Thomas. Arnett, Thomas said, tional program and that the beginning, citing the many prob- r / .
last year/ The BHS girls.played SCHEDULE pointed out mistakes that other lic had pub- lems that had confronted the For Every Member

Mayo in the finals of the district Dec. 15 Palatka there, boys. cities had made in their zoning regards, to be educated first, as management due to the long lines
zoning .
, tournament last March. and girls. and stressed the fact that a requirements."We and low consumer density. He Of The Family At

-,C<5ach Hazelwood has not trim- 'Dec. 18 New Smprna there, friendly newspaper could be of want to (know the zoning committee) said that the cooperative now has FIND 1 E
it's all about
me<\ his squad yet, but his teamIs ,Boys A only. great help in setting up a zoning ourselves approximately 11.000 consumersand }
I Dec. 29 Lake City here, Boys Thomas said, "and as
loaded with lettermen and there that the present financial Mitchells Drug Store
we become informed, we want the
Is plenty of height also. Paul A. only plan.After condition is sound. He also stated
Jan. 8 Callahan here, boys a' discussion of some city of Starke to be informed." R
Rivers, A. Q.Smith,Stanley Clark, length, Thomas was authorizedand "We that the past year was considereda
want to get the
and girls. directed to "arrange a sort of foundation before proper" peak year with respect to pay- FOR HER NUNALLVS
I Jan. 9, Gainseville, boys A starting., he ments to the Federal Governmentand FOR HIM

W. C. T. U. and B.Jan.. exploratory meeting! with the City : concluded. that all obligations had been SANTA CLAUSCANDIES
19 Callahan there, boys
"GLASSES HAVE AN AMAZING School Board AcceptsBid Veteran Cut met in full. I
ONf PERSON'S and girls. In conclusion Mr. Loudon reada JeweledCompacts MEN'SLeather '
EFFECT A P. K. here, A
Jan. 26 Yonge
WHEN On Lockers letter from the head of the ac-

THEY'VISION HAVE ESPECIALLY BEEN FILLED and B boys.26 Ketterlinus there, I In Argument counting section of REA comment- A Complete Line ofChristmas Kits
Jan. V
Official canvass of the recent ing upon an audit made by a

'TISiES"AND EMPTIED SEVERAL; girls only. I Trustee and District Millage elec-j I Over KoreaAn Gainesville firm, explaining? the Lights '
Feb. 2 Lake Butler there, ByCARA
tion returns occupied some of the financial status of the coopera- WrappingsChristmas

i .; (SUNSHINE MAGAZINE.) boys and girls. 'I time of the Bradford County tive. In part the letter said: "We NOME

. ..- Feb. 5 Gainesville here, A School Board at its meeting Mon argument over the Korean also noted with satisfaction the Lip Stick Seals HOUBIGANTTUSSEY '

r and B boys' I War resulted in the hospitalization auditor's comments with respectto Christmas Cards

Feb.- Palatka here, boys day.Other of one man and the arrestor j
matters taken by the the excellent condition of the
up By Helen
, and girls. another last Saturday night. Rubenstein Ribbons and
records the efficiency'ot' the em-
Board of Chairman L. ;
Feb. 12 -- P. K.. Yonge there, composed Holland Hall, Lake Butler, was
T. Johns and members, H. A. ployees in their respective positions Also OrnamentsCandles Shaving Sets
A and B boys. In the V. A. hospital in Lake City
WHEEL SAFETY Lawson J. E. Brown J. S. Nor- and the exceptionally good All The Newest
r. Feb. 12 here Sunday, where it was reportedthat i
and Mrs. Hazel internal control existing over the e STAG
man Carlton '
girls only.Feb. he is in "good condition" despite various operations. The board of Designs In A
16 Lake there were: Wide SEA FORTH
City a six-inch knife wound un Selection of
.. girls and boys. Re-designation of the Florida der'his heart. TOYS GAMES 0 LAVENDER

f i SEE PAGE SIX Feb. 19 New Smyrna here Bank at Starke as official depository Sidnev Terrell. High Springs. Clarence R. Hewitt COMPACTSCosmetics Gifts For The OLD SPICE

A. for the School
boys only. Board. the alleged knife wielder

Starke Tire Sales Feb. 25-27 Group Tourna- Designation of Good Friday been charged with assault, with has Clarence R._ Hewitt, 86. a onetime BABYElectric Electric Shavers
resident of Starke died Nov.
ment. (which falls on April 16 next intent to kill and released
school 16 at the home of his son, Russell,
year) as a holiday. & Alarm PARKER
I $2,500 bond. near Lake Butler. _

Acceptance of the low{ bid of The fracas occurred In a dance Mr. Hewitt was a native of CLOCKS Pen & Pencil Seta I

Sell It Rent ft Trade It $for 2.94 Bradford per locker High on School 270 lockers from hall just east of Long Bridge, on South Carolina, and moved with HELEN RUBENSTEIN

his family to Starke in his early
the Newton School Equipment Co. State Road 100, around midnight

1TH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow Adoption of an agreement allowing Saturday, As witnesses told it, Union youth. He Counties lived the in Bradford remainder and of Dresser SetsPerfumes

Putnam County to operatea Hall and Terrell were arguing his life and was a dealer in live- ITCHELL'SOur I

Rates Good Results Easy To Place school bus along Santa Fe Lake, when Terrell suddenly stepped stock until his retirement sometime

taking children to, .the Melrose away from Hall, who grabbed hint ago.Surviving.

. 10 WORDS OR LESS, ONE INSERTION - 50c school. self and said 'Tm cut." I I I are four sons, 'Russell Prescription Services Available Any
EACH ADDITIONAL 'WORD 2c funeral Then Terrell chased another I iB.I Hewitt of Dukes: Raymond M. Hour Of The Day or Night Phones:
man (unidentified) all over the Hewitt, Colquit Ga.; Everett I*

. S3c ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID ADVANCE For.. Miss MasseyMiss place, brandishing his knife. Fail I Hewitt, Lake City; and Ernest WHITE MINX\ Day 61Night 281JRICHARD

J ing to .catch the man, Terrell. Hewitt, Tallahassee; and one HUDNUT
ilKMORIANS,CARD OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20c PER LINE Elizabeth Massey, 64, died Starke Fla.We're .
left the scene before Bradford Mrs. Mabel of
(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) Friday, Dec. 4, in an Ocala hospital daughter, k

following: a brief illness. County Deputies Cecil Sewell and Wildwood.

I She was born in England in Fate Brown arrived. Funeral services were held Nov.
[FOR SALE-Gas Range, Magic Chef
4burner.. large oven separate 1889 and lived there until after Terrell was later picked up in 18 at Elzey's Chapel near Worthington -

t" A. J. THOMAS Geo.broiler T.oven Huggins practically, phone new 292-W.115. World War I, when she came to Lake Butler by a highway patrolman Springs with Rev. C. L.

REAL ESTATE BROKER 2tp 1211VANTED this country. She had no Immediate and turned'over to Sewell and Carroll, pastor of Sardis Baptist
) :e.I Te..te Ate. Tele.Ia..e S tt survivors, having lost her LOADED
\ TO RENT-A three or Brown.. Church, officiating.PECANS .
SUrk, Florida more bedroom house in Starke. family in the war.

ti Barney E. McRae, 340 X. Cherry
HAS st- Miss Massey had been engaged I
2tp 12/11 I
SALE missionary work among the WE'RE PROUD OF IT
BRICK Job too AND small BLOCK Reasonable WORK.prices.No mountain people in Virginia and I :

Work guaranteed. William O Kentucky, and among the colored
1-4 roor ho..e sad '4 acre.of Shannon, Kox 62S, fit 1. Starke. in the South. She came to
U.d just eat of Cltr U 1U 2tp 12/11 people sold WE'RE BURSTING WITH STOCK
$2.000.00. Starke about ten years ago and

ra.e' with tmbnUmt- since that time had been employedat I
S100ere J. D. ODOH.
...eat .st. .applyf' YOUR JR. intervals as a practical nurse. FORCI1tmts

Ul dwelling, electricity. p.wCATTLE AND HOGS As one friend described her, "She
.. .
Tiwm.Prlre4 _
water, 1 rile SALES
ekf*. with, term Live Oak" Earh Wednesday was active in church work, always MEANSMOREMONEYFORYOUAT '

.. Cialaenvllle Each Friday going to and fro telling of the
S-Lot* for hoaiei or .sl. Gifts
attract I trlf .rlerd. RADIOS REPAIRED Saviour's love." She was a mem-

ber of the Bethel Baptist Church.
-1* roo. .w llI.<< 12 arrt of All Make* All Model*
land 1 mitt fro. Starke. Keaooaable charge* guaranteed Funeral services were held Sun-

Important, IIlell".,.. 7113.W.CHAS.Call St.C. SHEPHERD Starke Ph. 231 day afternoon. Dec. 5, at 4:30: GOLDKIST PECAN GROWERS% Don't Wait 'Til The Last Minute. .

5-lo room 4w-elll.. 40 acres of o'clock in the First Baptist Church.
laid .a.tarr ..d fratt trH.. FOR' fiE at Unfurnished Bus Station. house." Inquire with Rev. L. D. Haines officiating. 4
tt -
SKCIKITY Interment was in Santa Fe Ceme- Ladies
T0140RROR'FOR 321 Ave. Starke Fla.
SALE Temple
T: 8" x Is" Con-
crete Block lie each. Plenty of tery near Starke wth DeWitt C.
Mortar Mix and Cement. Brad- Jones in charge of arrangements.STATE Sat.. Mon Only! SLIPS 1.00

FOR SALE Universal Electric ford Engineering Company. Phone
apartment she stove. Universal tf NOTICE TO GROWERSWe
Table Top Hot water heater (30 PRISON PERSONNELWIN

.. Mrs gaL G Marcus. E. Refrigerator.Brown Call 1tP WHY' own PAY your RENT home When with you a small can TROPHIES AT PISTOL will stay open for business through Sat., Dec. 19. Ladies

1\ RENT Furnished cottage and paid down like payment rent. and W. the 11. Nollman balance SIIOOT We appreciate your splendid patronage in .the past, GOWNS 89c

FOR apartments.- Excellent close in Starke. Fla. tfchg The peace officers of the fifteen I :and look forward to your continued good will in the

location. Reasonable rent. 201 met Future. R. H. GREEN JR. POS[
West MadUon. Starke. Fla. tf FOR RENTon bedroom furnished Counties in the 8th District Yours sincerely ,

Kingsley Lake. Coict in Gainesville Wednesday, Dec.
APARTMENT: FOR RENT-I rooms Mrs. J. O. Hoover. 4tchg 12/11 -_ 39cJACKETS
with sleeping porch and bath. Dr. 2. for Pistol Matches an old ; > Reg. 1.00
M. B. Herlongr.JOO N. Walnut St. FOR RENT-Cabin. rooms and fashion barbeque chicken dinner I 0 1.99
Ito bath furnished, electric refrigera and business meeting. 1-Limit
tor and hot water gas cook stove Ladies SizesGLOVES
; FOR SALE-Large else crib, and gas or oil heat. Pinehurst Cabins, Trophies were awarded to the
Thayer infterkprlng* waterproof Keystone Highway phoue noR 1- top shooter in each class as follows Children
mattress. Also armless plastic _b Itp 12/25
chairs, like new.." Phone JJT-J. : SLIPS -
i Itchg lfOTHERS-Care for children in my Master "Mr. HuUberth. Ret. l r 39c
home, fenced yard. For
sale 1
Police Officer, Yulee, Fla.
LOST-Black police doe with N. Y.gu heater. 500 South Cherry.
Starke Up Expert C. A. Roberts, Gaines-
tag. Reward for return to
3)1 MoteL lip ville Police Dept.Sharpshooter L Flannel c

"WANTED-Woman or ,couple for FOR.cane S.\LE-Largt"Ic per stalk yougathereIt Louie L. Wainwright SLEEPERS too {t
companion of the widow of M. !c stalk. I dig and bank it. F. State Prison Custodial 2 5
Rhodtn. Rent tree 4 mileson C. Hodges. RL !. Box 62. Starke. Officer. .. 59c Value
Ralford road. Mra. Stella Rbodea lip
4tp IFAIKCHKS / Marksman L. C. Smith, State Rayon
FOR S.LEtw Gas heater elec Prison Custodial Dept ChildrenSHOESJ.99
Ladies SizesANKLETS '
NURSERIES trl; mixer 16 in electric fan. 8 ft
ladder kitchen table and man- Members from the State Pri- t. .. S.
Joe 11111 \VIUIaat. Owner dolin. Make offer. Mrs R. son who won Merchandise prizes ....._
Lake Batler. FU. Rance Gardenia Tourist Home. ; Everybody likes to take pictures! -- JEt.T: "i '
Camellias. Azaleas. Standard and Up were: Louie L. Wainwright L. C. -- .. .... : -:::: "....-
rare varieties. Also DavUlies. High Christmas< Specials
reasonable Smith. Wm. Crosby, M. L. Crews
eat Quality prices. OpenSaturdays
and Sunday except by FOR SALE-Electric Sanitary com Jr.. A.L. Stafford, and A. H. Hud- Watch the folks whittle when Children
appointment. puting scale !4 Ib. capacity, J25, they see one of our smart-looking -
Electric Coca-Cola cold drink box C ANKLETS 19c
JIS. Pinehurst son.Wainwright cameras under the tree on
NEW SYRUP Cabins. Phone has held the Marks Our nationally
17-R M Christmas morn.
Best Quality, Flavor, Color and Itl man since Revere
Taste Now, Grinding. Fresh Juice February and advertised cameras are always
for sale J. H. Green, 4 rot south of WANTED-Book l'et'r and office at this shoot forfeited it for the Movie Cameras : welcome gifts. Will last for years Asst. Odds &

Stark on Palatka Road. clerk In Keystone Heights. Must Sharpshooter's Trophy which was From 49.50 : .. easy-to-use and keep on Use OurLayAWay

Stp 1/1S have keeping general and knowledge typing lust of honk hare won by Smith and returned to the : giving happiness the year 'round. Ends

FOR RENT-New Garage Apartll'at personal appearance and Prison. Flash Outfits : in No Limit
Be Imut..be thrifty..eame
mont at Klngnley Lake. All elecFend personality. If Interested
trically equipped Oat heat. Carl write Box 400. Keystone Heights, Supt L. F. Chapman stated. From 9.75 : today and choose from a wide selection

John, City Hall, Starke, ?'* stating age education and ex "I am indeed happy that the men : of fine photographic gifts.
:Utile peeled $& ;ry, give,at least three in the Custodial Department have Severe 3DCAMERAS

AFRICAN VIOLET PLANTS. fale. references Jtehg 1J/18 taken an interest in the Association We Exchange We Refund We Satisfy

Perfect Christmas, gifts. FOR S.\LE-Lae Model Westinghouse and the Pistol matches and it 174.50 -
Several different shades 35e tTSc electric
range. Reasonable.
per nlant Mrs. Steve Weldon Can be seen at Wells Electric gives me great pleasure to know
4,*; N, Walnut St. Itp Service. lip they were fortunate enough to

win two of the four in
FOR SALE-Alpine ?Mfr BullingtonSTUDIO
FOR R&\"T-Fln room nicely furnished -
ly Goat natural hornless from the 8th DistrictThe
house bath, toilet 1
heavy milk producing stock. SIS. culating heater, electric (clr-I[ next meeting will be held
At farm. Rt. 1. Pox t S-A. Stark 1
tor, lights, washing machine.
at the State Prison Farm on Feb-
Fla. John BureL Itp
month. Stars & Stripes, KlnglcLake. I r AND GIFT SHOP
Ztp It runny 24th and all local law en- 1

FOR SALE-Two Urre lots fir nn Mid 'Jrcem'nt officers State County, 147 W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. I
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r j- ,' ,< .,J. .. STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY DECEMBER 11, 1953

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New Businesses Born Bradford Glee Club. Box Supper Starts'Haliday Fun (Into Two Town Houses; Another Moved

At Rate Well Above National Level ,!. jv Under ConstructionTwo

houses moved into town

. The number of'business establishments ? last month another new residenceis
in Bradford County Is show that there are now some being built, and a new 'com
on the increase. Local residents 4,000,000 businesses in the nation mercial building is going up according
and that about 40 cent of to
with the urge to be on their own per the city clerk's recordof
them are retail'places.. The service -
are venturing into nearly every building permits issuedCarl
business In the traditional industries with 2Z per cent, Ritch,
type of < '- local plumber, has
economic inde- are the next largest. s, 4i made
for .
quest 1 tf good start on the new
pendence. 3f building to house his plumbing
mtm.mn.n..v..nKeystone L. w
The findings, being issued Jointly t- ;cta business on Thompson Street.
by Ue U. S. Department of r .e His permit called for a $3,000
Health, Education and Welfare i Heights N fi structure.A .
and the Department of Commerce !. ; w a t t* building permit was issued to

are based on the tax reports sub- by Sirs. Sara McDonald -. ,'t'y' t Fred Leonhard for the erection ofa
mitted by employers,for the first jALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAA -- r r $5,000 residence at 650 WaterSt.
quarter of 1951 under the Old Age This is now well under way.
and Survivors Insurance program. CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS f Lucian Conner secured a permit -
They show for Bradford CONTEST:. ANNOUNCEDThe in the amount of $3,000 to
'a Total of '189 business CowitY'1 beauty of Christmas home v "FMost F move a six-room house into town ,

in which there are one decorations in- Keystone Heightsand :at the corner of Center and Broad
This marks an Increate ,
employees.over 1948, when the- last vicinity, which has increased The annual round of holiday festivities got off to an early The boxes were pretty to look at, of popular concession the bazaar was the booth pictured Streets.
both in scope and quality with the with combined box bazaar course, but the real enjoyment of them Another house-moving
I such count was made at 'which has attracted note- start last Saturday night a supper above where enthusiastic teenagers (and a few of their permitwas
time there were 174 such estab- area growth and from and skit night sponsored by the High School Glee Club in the came when they were opened up. Pearson parents also) tossed water-soaked sponges at Coach Hazelwood issued to Benjamin Suslow for
worthy comment locally the
v lishments.- adjacent communities. USO building Pictured above are some of the prize-winning Cox (left) ant Buzzy Green, (foreground) 'for ten cents a throw. Youth at upper center has just launcheda for a purpose Mrs. Hess of moving from a-"housa

This gain 8.0 per cent, was over 'Local comment indicates that boxes with their "fixers" and purchasers. 1st row (1 to r) are pictured enjoying the cold fried chicken teriffic near-miss at Hazelwood whose head is framed in hole town location to a site an on out-of-North
that noted generally throughout Lance, Arlene Marian Norman and other delicacies with table of cut
Christmas decorations will be Marilyn Cox Babs Forsjthe. smiling in sheet. The event grossed over $100 and net proceedswill Walnut Street. Suslow, accord
the United States 73 per cent. more beautiful than ever this year Maxine Andrews, Richard Henderson, and John Simmons. 2nd companions.Gold be used to meet Glee Club expenses. ing to the permit, planned'to
Small business is well established
in Bradford County the figures and as an added incentive toward row: Buck Gill Louis Wise and Jimmy Hazen. I spend $3,000 on this moving

indicate. There are 182 firmsor greater efforts along this [operation. -

M per cent of the total, with line the Keystone Heights Cham- will be a program including turn Corp. for DuPont. the dealing of small parcels of
less than 20 employees each. Thisis ber of Commerce is offering three "When The Littlest Camel Knelt". Property Active Other recorded transactionswere land by various parties to Brad-I .- -- ,
prizes to residents of Keystoneand Hos- ford '- ,- -- , ,
a greater concentration thanis Refreshments will be served. : County andor| the State --- '
found elsewhere in the county, vicinity for the most attrac- tesses for the occasion will be Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Jr., as administrator Department for right-of-way pur-
where small business represents tive and most appropriate decorations Henry Hall president, and Mrs. !In TransfersProperty of the estate of Annie A. poses.
91 per cent of the number of going for the Christmas season. G. R. Starnes. Frazee, to W. J. Dodd and wife,
enterprises. In the South Atlantic First prize will be $7.50, second The Keystone Heights Commu- Lula B., lots 1 and 3 and part of
States businesses of such prize $5 and third prize $2.50. fractional lots 2 and 4 I Melrose SchoolTo
nity Church devoted its service moved briskly in Brad- : of Block .n.7Y
Judges who will be unknown to .
size comprise 90 per cent of the last Sunday to the dedication yjf ford County during the month of 5 1-2 original survey of Town of Present Play
but the committee chairmanand
total. any the new addition to the church November county clerk's records Starke also house and furnishings ..
each will be
Gainful employment is providedby from out of town residents.appointed Judging and the new furnishings: altar,I show situated thereon. The sale price of Saturday night Dec. 12, at 8 Nn.l ;
the county's business places for pulpit lectern baptismal font, this property was $5,000. trine
I. o'clock is curtain for the
will take place between Dec, The biggest transaction as revealed -
1,259 people ascompared at that with of 21 and Christmas Eve. It will be'OJ and ten additional pews. The altar by the court house records,, Eva A. Grant to 0. J. Anders senior class play of Melrose High .'
1,045( on the payrolls and lectern of -
were gifts
the'basis of the most attractive pulpit was the sale of 100 acres of land and wife Alice 6f Lawtey lots School. The play is "Clarence"by ,
the previous tabulations. The figures members of the church. Dr. 1 and 2 of Block 8, Town of Law- .
three Booth and is
and most appropriate home dec (less small parcels reservedfor Tarkington .
represent only those engaged Farrar, former of the Nrn'- .
and orations, not necessarily the most pastor right-<>f-way purposes) near tey. for MOO. directed by Mrs. Eugene V. Whit r. .
in employment
non-public !
assisted in the service.
church J. L. Wynn and wife Onie ,
expensive. Lawtey by Edward Durban and tle senior sponsor, and Mrs. M. A.
at the time to the social
subject Lcdr. and Mrs. Ray,Hearst an- Starke to Ossie and Clara Wynn .intern from the U of F.
I Kirby
security tax program. Excluded, Watson Hardenberg is chairman : that the his .wife, Jessie to E. I. DuPontde
nounce marriage of their Starke 2.6 for :
acres $100. Admission is 75 cents for adults
Nemours and Co. I
the committee in Documen-
in addition to public employees of charge.
daughter, Nancy Mae to Edward Also shown SANTA Has
in His
the records for students.
was and 35 cents Headquarters
" are the self-employed agricultural -- The Keystone Heights P. T. A. Francis OTtonoghue which was tary stamps attached to the I Starke
labor railroad workers and will meet Thursday Dec. 17 at 8 to have taken place 'on Saturday recorded deed show the sale prkeas - - --------1 I1
in the school house. All being $20,000. This AT GEM
certain other groups. p. m. Dec. :5, and was postponed has propertywill JEWELRY
The Government's statistics parents are urged to,attend. There be part of the new ilmenite
been set for Saturday Dec. 12, at
I II 5 p. m. in St. Paul's Catholic operations started by Humphreys "The House of Fine Diamonds'1

Church, Jacksonville. Mr. O'Don-
ORE"Men'sClothlng oghue was unable to get leave Turkey
I ALVAREZ' S II from his army unit for the origi- weeks Immokolee.at home.He will have three "Has Your Watch Let You Down?"
nal date but has now obtained a
I 14-day leave and will be in Keystone Mrs.. Wm. Renal .returned WITH THAT OLD HEADACHE-

-'- 4I."-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-1 this week. There will be a last Friday from Riverside Hos- SATURDAY DEC. 19TH BROKEN'MAIN SPRINGThe -
r'f reception following the ceremony pital where she has been for'sev- ,
I' f ., at the home of the groom's par eral days. price you pay for your Watch does not GUARAN-"

ents 1279 Belvedere Ave., Jack- Mrs. A. B. Hadley and baby 10:00 A. M. TEE Main Spring breakage. WHY? Because ELGIN

GIFT BOXES sonville. spent the weekend with her parents WATCHES and only Elgin Watches, with the D urn-
Mrs. A. J. Holl who was ill "; Mr. and Mrs. G. Wiggins.. CALL STREET AT FLORIDA LIGHT AND Power Symbol" on the dial guarantee the Main Spring

I, over the weekend, is reported bet Her sister, Mrs. Hugh A. Wilson POWER CO.STARKE in your Elgin Watch will never, never break in service.

I B ter.A .Jr. and family of Lake City were These watches are adjusted and timed to give a Lifetime '
NAVEL PINEAPPLE PINK card from Mrs. Bert Chris- :also weekend guests of the Wig- of service. Beautifully styled for Eye Appeal.AT .
,ml t toffers says that Mr. ChristoffersIs ginses. Sponsored By
p J Oranges Oranges Grapefruit much improved and expects to, Mr.. and Mrs. Beckwith ,and ALL
be at home for Christmas. I niece are back in Keystone to LIONS CLUB

;5 I By Fast Express Guaranteed Delivery f\ \ John Miss Ellis Connie spent Knight the weekend and Mrs.in 'I spend Mrs.the Thomas winter.H. Carey is home Price levels to please your purse

\ Savannah Ga. visiting MissKnight's i from the hospital with her new I Proceeds To Go For Sight Conservation $33.75 and up to $325

'| TREE RIPENED DIRECT FROM GROVE fMARTIN'S Mrs. Ralph Thomas, a former I The card party sponsored by Including Beautiful Diamond Models
resident of Keystone and now liv- ,.the Woman's Club last Friday
ing in Raleigh, N. C., is ill with had small attendance due
night a
\ FRUIT SHOP i pneumonia. Her mother Mrs. Wm. :to the bad weather but those LARGE SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY_AND BE CONVINCED
Reynolds went by plane Friday who braved the rain seemed to
norning to be with her. Mr. Rey- have a good time. Starting Mon. S O FINE QUALITY HAS NO SUBSTITUTEStarke's
m. North Temple Avenue lold's sister, Mrs. Fargoe Balliett
day Dec. 7, the club will hold
.nd her husband of Clearwater Leading Jeweler
open every Monday night.
been for few with
gave a days
M :All residents of Keystone, especially
i..it.1-- Ot 4l t ADon't Mr. Reynolds. those who are newcomers are ED SIMPSON, Owner
Lester Muse stationed aboard
welcome. There will be cards and
he Cruiser Roanoke, now in Nor- I .
V olk for repairs, will be home for I perhaps some music. ". -- -- -, '-" -- -',, "-.
Christmas with his parents Mr. I -
Miss. Our.PHILCO and Mrs. Grover C. Muse, at Camp s1 fit'.ft...**tt.'.. ** i *. ... ...! .. .. ........ .. ... ... ........................................................... ............!

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TtTTTTTTTTTTTTVyTTTTTT I office and has made application for I II (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs YOU'LL LOVE tHe Ben Ester-" HARD
according to its needs for pro- I a tax deed to be issued thereon. Clerk of said Court OX PEN POINTS Buy
SOIL CONSERVATION tection and improvement. Sai' certificate embraces the fol-,By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk brook parse-size fountain pens In Esterbrook and change your own.

. HIGHLANDBy I County lowing of described Bradford property; State of in Florida the- 'Zach H. Douglas 505 Lynch Bldg., pastel shades. Only $%.31 at Brad. Renew points only S5c at Brad-

Another feature .was the Board to-wit: Jacksonville Florida. FORD COLTNTY TELEGRAPH. ford County Telegraph.MOVING.
N-E-JV-S: cooperating in the Rural Church Mrs. Lacy Norman S i of SEU of NEU. Sec. 26. 11/27 4t 12/18
Township 8 South Range 22
Development Program In which -
By BUiHaas AA..A........ East' 20 acres and SW% of SWry ..
the First Baptist Church of Hampton of NWU Section 25.; Township 8

f Y >U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION. was awarded second place in Sunday School at 9:45: a. m. The South assessment Range 22 of East.the said 10 acres.prop- FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S

-f Floridafor, its outstanding church each ,Sunday. Worship service 11 erty under the said certificate issued

SERVICE development program for 195 .and a. m. and 7 p. m. Prayer meeting i was in the name of Mary, Wilkerson,
Unless said certificate
1953. Is the purpose of the program each Wednesday 7 p. m. Teachersand according to law, the be prop redeemed JUST ONE -

to encourage the _development officers meeting. each Satur- erty described therein will be sold LOCAL Safe PHONE

"'53 A Good Year in Bradford Soil Conservation District ..of more adequate church day at 7 p. m, to house the door highest on t.e bidder first tt Monday the court in FRIGIDAIRE OR Dependable

I programs: r Jean Converse of Jacksonville the month of December. 1S53 which Made only by General LONGDISTANCE EconomicalR. 311

With the end of 1953 In sight gram' Is developed for his entire '--:-'-' visited friends and. relatives over is Dated the 7 day this 1>l December. 1J5J. Motors Corp- All .other
.JO o{ November.
Bradford Soil _Conservation Dis- farm. Zedra Hamilton estimated that .
the.weekend. 1953. 1' Electric Refrigerators are 0 B. Alvarez ORAgents
trict has already- had an outstanding -.:- 61.100 pounds of Sweet Lupine, I .Maggie Crews and Ellen and (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby made by other companiesand For
I Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- 250-J
year of Blue
between the 32,000 pounds Lupine
The agreement I any Norman. were shopping in for County, Florida cannot use the word. Delcher Bros. STORAGE CO.
Bradford Chapter of the Future I 72.000 pounds of Pensacola Bahia, .Jacksonville Saturday. 11/13 4t 1/4 Frigidaire.

One of the factors which has ,.Tanners of America and the: 8,000 pounds of Argentine Bahia Mrs. J. D. Boone returned last -

increased: ,the number of District Bradford Soil Conservation District -' and 5,000 pounds of White Clover i Sunday after spending the week Florida! Clrralt In Court Ckueery.Bradford County ,

cooperators has been the new sys- for a demonstrational and were combined this year In Brad.. end with her daughter in Tallahas- Otis Cue Plaintiff. TS Flossie Cue. Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE STORAGEPerryman

tem of progressive planning set nursery plot was one,of the highlights ford Soil Conservation District I Defendant.Order Of Fabrication' Case And No.Notice 10-207 T* ? ?

up in the District, with the approval of the year. This plot will besides a large quantity of Hairy see.Floyd Rosier of Jacksonville Appear State Of'Florida TorFlossie Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida
of the Board of Indigo and Giant Striatra Crotalaria Cue, whose residence and THEN SEE
Supervisors, give farmers of Bradford County visited the Lacey Normans Saturday address is: Unknown: -

of which Lloyd Green is Chairman, an opportunity to see some new yet to be combined. You 'are required to' appear on

and V. R. Ferguson, Vicechairman and different varieties of forage T. E. Pease of St. :Marys, Ga. December-28, 195, f In the above E. H. SMITHTenth

with Foster Smith, J. B. plants. Also there will be avail- The continued availability of was a business visitor here last plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce.cause Bradford wherein

White and Zedra Hamilton, Board able a small, amount_of planting District-owned equipment has week. County Telegraph shall publish this
members. made it possible forvsmall landowners -I Order In next four weekly issues. and Temple Are.
material so that farmers will be The pastor and several members witness hand
to more' my and official
!able to start their own nursery plant pastures of the Hickory Grove, Churchin seal at Starke, Florida, this 25 Starke, Fla. FULLY
and at low cost for EQUIPPED
satisfactorily a November. 1953 r
This new system enables A plot from which they can make Green Cove Springs came over ,

farmer to start the initial phaseof larger plantings. machinery. to help, organize a W. M. U. in

soil conservation district pro- Increased interest by landowners our church. the most modern and efficient equip

gram immediately, with one or Development of Improved pas in the concerted conservation We will draw names for our $ Aflfl'N ment available to the profession is IiDeWITT

two practices, then to go on from ture has continued to hold a placein program carried on by Bradford Christmas tree at our church UP used by this funeral home in maintaining -

there to the advanced stage, and the. list of conservation practices I Soil {Conse//ation District 'pro Sunday morning so be sure to be its well known standard of

finally the basic stage of farm which District cooperatorsare mises even greater accomplish- there. TO Service.

planning, In which to completesoil applying to their land In a ments in 1954, Chairman .Green Mr.> and Mrs. E. C. Harvey were \

and water conservation pro- program designed to use every asserts.la business visitors in Jacksonvillelast !lv 0 A

week. C. JONESPhone
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.I Mr. and Mrs. Smith are puttingthe t 7 Starke, Fla.
8- PIECE CIreB.lt Court. Bradford County. shingles on their, new home. CONFIDENTIALPrompt r..wf II w...
Florida I In Chancery.
J Charles W. Wright. Plaintiff, vs, Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur

Lucille Wright. Defendant.Case ,4'.... ,.. I
) LIVING ROOMGROUP No. 10-217 NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE local funeral home enables ua to offer conveniences an4
Order Of Publication And Notice To For Wrecker. a Storage Charges Service
Appears State Of Florida Tot Public Notice is hereby given thaton -- Friendly services not otherwise available.

Lucille Wright, whose residenceand Monday December 21st. 1953 at .. .. II II ..,_
address is: 2617 La Mirada Avenue 10:00 o'clock A.M. undersigned will ,
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Hollywood California. tell at Public Auction to the highest j It
You are required )o appear on bidder for cash: as Rafuse Garageat I 1 STARKE LOAN & FINANCE CO. We furnish the highest type esrvice at lowest prices, and
January 4, 1954, in the above Lawtey. Florida the following
named Court and cause wherein described automobile for wrecker I accept ANT life insuranc policy In force Issued by ANY

939.95Phone plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford and storage charges claimed on which a lien Phone 160 In Canova Drug Store ,r company, as payment In part or In full on.a funeral.
County Telegraph shall publish this on the same is : 9
80 Starke Fla. Order In next four weekly Issues. 1941 Chevrolet 5 Passenger. Consultation carries no obligation.
I Witness lay hand and official Coupe. 1952 Fla. Tag Xo. 33125. '' II I .. ,
seal at Starke Florida this December % Mtr. Ko. AC 183540. -
2-END TABLES %. 1953. The above notice is to be published -
COCKTAIL TABLE 1-OTTOMAN (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs in the Bradford County Telegraph t
a legal newspaper: published -
Clerk of said Court Give HER
1-PLASTIC PLAT 2-TABLE LAMPS By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk in Starke. Florida once each j Don't To Remember
weeks inits
Charles R. Hess 204 Guaranty Life week for two consecutive Forget
FORM ROCKER 1-SOFA BED Bldg.. Jacksonville, Florida: December 4. 1953 and December '

Attys.. for Pit. 12/4 4t 12/25 11. 1953, issues.
Said sale to be under and by virtue SANTA ,
P of the Statutes of the State of ]
NOTICE TO APPEAR Florida in such cases made and pro- I ExtraHolidays
'Circuit Court. Bradford County -
ided.s l
+ Florida I.'Cha.eery. / L. P. Rafuse
? Tressie May Jonnard. Plaintiff vs. /d/b/a Rafuse Garage, WAGONS AND VELOCIPEDESGirls
Lawtey, Florida.
George R. .Jonnard Defendant.
Case No. 10-220 12/4 2t. 12/11 f'.i

Notice To: George To Appear R. Jonnard, whose' NOTICE-OF PRORATE ( and Boys Schwin Metal

residence and address is: Unknown. III the County Judged Court R BIKES Doll Bed 1.98
I Tour are hereby notified that a Bradford County, -
suit for Annulment and restora- State of Florida.
Estate of Alfonso William Redgrave, t .
tion of former name
haa been filed against you In theabove Deceased. Electric 98c to 6.00.
named Court and cause and The State of Florida. T. All Per- 23.95Dolls
All Yea Trains 15.95
you are required to serve a copy of .... iBtermted IB the Estate of r to
your answer or pleading t? the complaint Said Deeedeati GilbertElectric
on the Plaintiff Attorney You are hereby notified that a 1 Motorola 13.75
Evan T. Evans. 103 Law Exchange written instrument purporting to be Eye
Building. .Jacksonville. the Last Will and Testament of said Radios
Florida decedent has been admitted to probate -
and file the original.in the office of I in said Court. Thru Electric I AppliancesTOASTERS
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on You are hereby commanded within Round-Up Cowboy
or before the 4 day of January six calendar months from the .. MIXERS
Similiar To 1954; otherwise the allegations of date of the first publication of this Holster Sets WAFFLE IRONS
said notice to in said Court and
Complaint will be taken as confessed appear
Above Picture by you. show cause if any you can why withttel 98c to 3.98 COFFEE MAKERS
This notice shall be published the action of said Court in admit- J4 all.c9katimt
once each week for foul consecutive: tug said Will to probate should not. IRONS
weeks in the Bradford.County Telegraph stand unrevoked. B.B.
Theron A. Yawn, County Judge. Daisy Complete I ueenCutting
Dated this 3 day of December Bradford -County, Florida. VENETIAN BLINDSThe RIFLE and BB's .me.
Small/ Down Terms 1953.
Payment Easy First publication on December-4, KnivesAll
I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 1953.
Clerk of the Circuit Court 12/4 4t 12/24 world's easiest-to-elean Venetian Blinds will give her extra holidays All Kinds Of
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk from house work. Cords are nylon, tapes are vinyl plastic slats .. New Complete LineFishing
1214It 12/25 In The Circuit Court of Florida Smooth she can clean them with a swish of "a damp cloth. And she'll \Ii\. Games and Toys
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Rrandford County.
Bradford Investment Corporation Duchess All-Flexalum Venetian Blinds now. They'll be custom-made to Our Lay-A-Way Plan
a corporation organized and existing fit your window and installed in time for,Christmas.
under the laws of the State of Florida While Stocks are Complete ; Auto AccessoriesFARM
Plaintiff vs. Josephine Bass,, FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL


whom it
may concern that under and
by virtue of that certain final' decree 207-W Starke. Fla.
AT of 1
foreclosure and sale entered -
;' in the Circuit Court of the Eigh.
th Judicial Circuit of Florida on the
12th day of November, 1953. in a I-
V cause therein pending wherein
Bradford Investment Corporation a -
corporation organized and existing
under the laws ef the State of Florida .
I Is plaintiff, and Josephine Bassis ii
defendant, I, Mack S. Futch, as .-, ._:w. ..: lORE Gf.AP
Special Master in Chancery will M t -
offer for sale and Will cell at public MX D'
: outcry to the highest and best .
LOW PRICE bidder for cash In front of the East f SWITCHED 'f
door of the court house of Brad TO
ford County Florida, in Starke
Florida, on Monday December 14th. OILHOUSE
1953 between the legal hours of

I "IJs. z- sale property the situated following, lying described and being real HouNe! It 1

in Bradford County Florida to-wit: ,- axb -
!1I Lots 3 and 4 of Block 19 of that -"- ,: .
certain subdivision known and
[ described as North Reno in
Bradford County Florida. xi
1 Mack S. Futch.
k- r Special Master.

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DlALAMATICAMERICA'S 52C & 528. Issued the 2 day of .II
turn BIHDIX July A.D. 1934 has filed same in my 1 :



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.ty1RfrBROOKER TTTTYTY vis, Wayne Thomas,Mamie Clark, Harrell, Jimmy Anderson, Sharon Market Committee NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS This notice shall be published I I KOT1CE TO APPEAR J. Donald Gibson, M E. For-
Office Of The State Road once each week tor four consecuti..tweeks syth Street Jacksonville, Fla.,
I ta Circuit Court. Bradford CBBTyFUridat
Ella and Joann larrell Jeanne, Joanne, and Susie
Beverly Mary De-p.rt.e.t in the Bradford County Tele- IB CfcaaMry. and file the original In the office of
, Green, and Sandra's sister, Jackie. Waiti and Frankie and Eric Tom- Meets At ,Home Tallahassee, Florida rraph.Dajed. E. T. Hayes. Plaintiff, vs. Carrie J. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
November 20, 1953 this 3 day of December Hayes, Defendant .or before the 4 dayf January
Manager ,
1954: otherwise the allegations of
Mothers assisting were Mrs. Sealed bids will be received at (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby Case No. lO- 08'S.tlt '
The week of prayer foreign said Complaint will be taken as confessed -
e Appear
Tallahassee. Florida, from Qualified Clerk
By Folly Walt Jr. of the Circuit Court
I missions was observed by the Robert Hiers, Mrs. Ernest Edwards :Members of the Advisory Com- Contractors until 10:30 A.M. (E.S.T. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. To: Carrie-. Hayes, whose residence This by notice you. shaH be publishedonce
..AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABIBTllDAY Brooker and Dedan Baptist ,. Mrs. Reed Mattair, Mrs. .mittee of the Starke State Farmers .) on the 22nd day of December _______ 12/4 4t 12/25 and address. is: Waachesi. each week for four consecutive
1933 for the construction Carolina.You
of the
PARTYA Churches. "We have seen HisStat" M. D. Harrell and Mrs. Frank L. Market met Tuesday night at following projects: are hereby notified that a weeks. in the. Bradford County' TeleITapk. -
is the theme of the Weekof Tomlinson.Mr. the home of Market Manager :M. State Project Job No. 5S10-1M. NOTICE TO APPEARI. suit for Dated this
27 day of November,
birthday party was given In Andersonand Bradford County. Brooker Farmers Circuit Dart Brmdterd CBBty, Divorcehas
Prayer services which begin and Mrs.,Hewlett R. Judd for dinner and a discus- Market. Work consists of light excavation Florida I. Q.. I7. 1953.
_the honor of Sandra Mott on spent the weekend Barton 1.. Cartwright, Plaintiff vs. I been filed against yon in the (OFFICIAL SEAL Darby
Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock at family sion of plans for the forthcoming : 6" Ocala Rock Base with : above named ) Charles A.
Tuesday Dec. 1, by her parents with Mr. and Mrs. Byrd Fryer of. season. Type 2 Surf. Treat.; and Incidental Pearl W. Cartwright Defendant. are cause and Clerk of the Circuit CourtEy
the"Brooker Baptist Church. This strawberry and truck crop items. The area to be paved is 7942 Case No. 10-218 to serve a copy of
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott. Games your answer or uleadin to the com- Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
in was sponsored by the Woman's Jacksonville.m Hosts on this occasion were Mr. Sq. Yds. A Proposal Guaranty in the ffetlte. Te Apprar. plaint on the Plaintiffs
enjoyed by alL Winners I :Mrs. amount of 500.00 will be To Pearl Attorney 12/4 4t 12/25
were' i Missionary Society of the Brooker The sons of Rev and and Mrs. Judd.A required.The : _W._Cartwright whose
contest games were Jeanne terms (1) "light excavation." residence and address is: Xaaman
the and Dedan Baptist Churches. The Spencer Beard, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer special guest was Dr. E. W. (2) "medium excavation and (3) Road R.F.D. No.3, Wilmington,
Wait and Billie Ann Russ. After and RobertH. excavation" used Delaware.You .
Beard of Tampa "heavy as herein-
topic for Monday was "His Star Cake, economist with the Florida
Our Business
the weiner roast was en- Crisfield, Md. spent above Indicate, respectively, (1) are hereby notified hat al|
games of
illuminating Pagan Darkness". Agricultural Extension Service, less than 8000 Cu. Y Js. per mile. suit for
joyed. A white birthday cake with their parents.A (2) 8000 to 15.000 Cu. Yds., Divorcehas
Mrs. M. O. Harrell in charge of the weekend who met with the committee fora per mile U.It's Glass We Have It!
trimmed in pink and green with of people from Brooker and (3) more than 15,000 Cu. Yds. been filed against In the a
number you
the program. Mrs. R. F. Gano discussion of.how the marketcan per mile.A above named Court and and CALL WRITE or VISITS
13 Proposal Guaranty consistingof
conducted the devotional periodon render more efficient service you are required to serve a copy 01
Birthday Sandra" written on it Church at Starke either certified check, cashier's your answer
or pleading to the
First Baptist
served.. The cake was baked. "We have. come to Worship i to growers in this area.STATE check, trust company treasurer's complaint on the Plaintiffs Joe Peters Glass CO.
Him.1 Monday night. check or bank draft of any national Attorney William D. Morgan
by Mrs. R. F. Gano. After the Next Sunday night the Brooker or state bank in the amount 50? Clark Building Jackson-
Tuesday the Dedan W. M. S. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT stated above made payable to the ville. Florida FOR ANY GLASS NEED
the guests sang. film
gift were opened Church is having a
Baptist Chairman of the State
Department and file the origrmat in office ol 'Va
tne Modern
presented the "His Star Design Store Fronts
The Birthday Song" with Glenda program called "Any Boy U. S. A." The must accompany each bid. the Clerk of the Circuit .Court on '
Parker at the piano. Shining through Papal Gloom." invited attend. No ad- FARMLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL All checks or drafts shall have" 3r before the Just Mail Us A Pattern for
is to
public been issued within 60 days of the 4 day of January 1954;
Mrs. H. H. Mott conducted the devotional
Enjoying the party with Sandra mission will be charged. date for receiving bids. Certified otherwise the allegations of said Tops

were: Jeanne. Joanne, and Susie period.: Mrs. 'Ida Latham and Mrs. Ver- checks State of shall Florida's have the Documentary necessary Complaint by you.will be taken' as confessed 318 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353

Wait, Judy Kelley, Edna'Mae and Wednesday the theme, "His Star non Nuttell have returned to their Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley Stamps attached. This notice shall ce published .
overcoming Godless Communism", extended The name of the bidder and the onoe each week for four consecutive
Billie Ann Russ, Wilbur Barry. home in Utah after an
spent Friday through Saturdaywith applicable Project Number should be weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
Austin Gay, 'Lucretia Cumbee, was presented by the Brooker W. visit with their sister Mrs. Neta their son -and daughterinlaw shown on the check or draft. rraph. .
M. S. Mrs. Melba Green conductedthe relatives in Fla. ance with Plans, Specifications, aid. Dated this 3- day of December.
Glenda Parker other
Lee Baton, and
Mary Dyal Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradleyof Special Provisions of the State 1953. For All Types Pest Control Phone or Write
Linda Gayle Green Winston Kelley devotional period. Mrs. Bert Brett's son Ray of Jacksonville.Mrs. Road Department. Special attentionis (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darbj

John Green, Barbara Sue Da- Thursday the Dedan ladies pre- Ocala spent the weekend with the W. E.'Feagle and Mrs. Tom called to "Notice to Qualified Contractors" Clerk' of the Circuit Court
and any Special Provisions By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk FLORIDA PEST CONTROLAND
sented the program topic, "The L. L. Dyal family. Connors spent Monday in Jackson- contained in the Proposal 12/4 4t UZ5I
Star or the Cresc nt." The devotional Mrs. Ellerbee and Mrs. Jack # Form., '
ville. Plans a1dor'Proposal wilt CHEMICAL CO.
period, "We have come Crel of Panama City spent the Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Crews and be furnished to Qualified Forms Contractors I I
to Worship Him", was presentedby weekend with Mrs. Neta Dyal. son ate Sunday dinner with his upon application to this office 2220 N. W. 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesville, Fla.

ATOTI10N Mrs. H. H. Mott. Speakerswere The L: L Hardees of Jackson- i parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews. sets for the of Plans sum of may$%5.QO be per purchased set. Extra, for DEMPSEY R. SAP?, Owner

Mrs. L. L. Dyal Mrs. Cora ville visited the W. E. Bighams Rev. and Mrs. William Wilsonof 10.00 per set. The Standard Specifications e MOSS
If You Have Stokes, and Mrs. Lester. Sunday. : may be purchased for $1.00 CONTROLPECAN
Raiford and Mr. Robert Mott per copy. Plans with or without '
TIMBER TO SELL The topic for Friday was "His Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and from New Orleans Seminary who Special Provisions may be purchased TREES HADE TREES, ETC.

Star over All Nations". Miss Lu- daughter, Linda Gayle, visited the has recently conducted a schoolof by REFUND fabricators WILL for BE$10.00 MADE per FOR set.NO For Contact Us Now For Estimates

PINE OR CYPRESS bedia Pinholster conducted the Ronald Barnetts in Jacksonville music in Raiford were recent ANY OF THE ABOVE CHARGES *
devotional period. Others taking FOR PLANS AND PROPOSAL Crops & Livestock Termite Control .
Small Tracts Sunday. supper guests of the N. M.. Brad- ORMS.
Large or part were Mrs. M. O. Harrell, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDavidfamily and eys... Proposal Forms will not be issued 0 Household & Commercial
S. F. Beard.'Mrs. Theo Dyal, Mrs. of Gainesville spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Carl T. Edwardsof unless request is received at least 9Gainesville
We Buy All U hours prior to opening bids.
Pitt Baxter and Mrs. R. F, Gano. with Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelley. Gainesville accompanied by his The right is reserved to reject Production ExterminatingRodent

Miss Lubedia Pinholster was. the Mrs. G. E. Green and Mrs. Er- mother, Mrs. Leona Edwards of any or all bids. Credit Association Control
( pianist for the week. nest Edwards had lunch with Lawtey were visiting the L. L. FLORIDA 620 N. Main St.

HONORED ON BIRTHDAY their sister "Mrs. F. M. Vickery Wainwrights, Sunday afternoon- Richard H. Simpson, ChairmanSam Gainesville, Florida SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON ALL WORK
'Mary Jane Bigham was honoredon of Gainesville last Thursday. Mrs. Florra Cosby of Statham, way Engineer.Turnbull State High-

Write or Call her 9th birthday anniversary, Mrs. F. M. Sullivan spent Sun- Ga. was visiting her cousin, Mrs. : 12/4 2t 12/111

Wednesday, Dec. 2, with a party day and Monday with her parents, J. M.,Bradley on Wednesday and really "been cooking" at the I I ... .... ..-ts-... .. -. ... _(.... _k_ .......V fib V. c _> ..
given by her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Raborn. Mrs. Thursday of last week. I. w
Cm'irht household.Mr. ,
B1THOMASLUMBER Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. The Walt Sullivan and Mrs/Raborn enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Crews and
and Mrs. Willie Knight spent .
Disney motif was used. ,Henry Christmas shopping in Gaines- son, Billy, and his mother, Mrs. P. this weekend in Pierson and HIM A
CO. Harrell won the prize for pinningthe ville Monday afternoon.Rev. S. Crews left this Tuesday for a
leville. While in Seville they spent
ear on Pluto. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby of visit in Auburndale with relativesand ". -
the night with a friend, Mrs. Mar-
PHONE 211JP. Guests were Nancy and Linda Linden and Mrs. Walter Edmonson friends through Thursday.
gie Jones who them jfc.
0. Bo* 735 Rivers, Reta Jean Mattair and of 'Sanford ate dinner with Weekly Bridge Club met with accompanied
home for a two weeks visit.
STARKE, FLA. Mary Frances Abram, all of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas Fri Mrs. Milo Seigler Thursday of Practical

II Gainesville, Gene and,Peggy Ed- last week with ten members pres- .. ,
day.Mr. .._. .'_..- .__ ,_ ,
wards Linda Gayle Green, n""
Henry and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and ent. Mrs. W .N. North won high

son Gwynn attended a singing prize and the bingo prize wentto HEAR BETTER
convention at the Bayless High- Mrs. Herb Thomas of Starke. ,
The home was beautiful with OR PAY NOTHING!
way Church Sunday.
HERB. THOMAS RESTAURANT Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Martin of artistic arrangements. of chrysan- ,
Waldo spent Sunday afternoon. 'Gift ;';,.
301 1.2 MILE SOUTH STARKE 301) with Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano. Recent guests of the Willie

I Thanksgiving guests of the Ed
Regular Meals Weekly Specials Polks were Tort Parrish and Clif- 'were Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Rhoadesof -

ton Polk, of Trenton, Mr. and Pensacola, Mr. and ].frs. Ter-: .'

Fountain Service Mrs.'Reecy Holden, and Mrs. Liz- rance Rhoades and children of HE'LL APPRECIATE MEN'S CLOTHING
zie Fowler of Newberry, Mr. and Miami, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Greene HEARING AIDS

SPECIALSUNDAY Mrs. Dewey Fowler and children, and three children of Jacksonville THIEF GIEAT MODUS

md Gerald Roberts of Starke, and accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Paul
DINNERSTHOMAS Mrs. Jessie Glisson and boys of Dobbs and two children, Mr. and ntH DILI $75 i eaiCeduc5iuD."III SWi CIIItI as Arrow Shirts Botany Ties Interwoven Socks Buck-

Jacksonville. Mrs. Otis Knight and two childrenof skein Jackets Shoes Botany Pants Curlee Suits
Belleview, Mr. and '},frs. G. L. '
Relatives who have been visitingEdd
and four children of Hanes Underware
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Polk while he is ill are Mrs.
Oak, Mrs. Jessie Hurst and daughter -
Mattie Parrish, Lizzie Tetstone, .
Ben Polk, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Par- Bonnie of Pensacola, Mr. PHARMACY ,At Prices You Can Afford _

GARAGE & SERVICE STATION ish, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Polk Howard Griffin of Jacksonville, ..
and children, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Mrs. Frank Dobbs of Raiford and TTTYYTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTT

Parrish, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Polk. Mrs. Manie Davis of Glen St.

OPEN 24 HOURS Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Bass, Mr. any Mary. Sounds like things have Alvarez StoreEstablished

EXPERT REPAIRS and Mrs.Mrs.'Reecy Ruby Holden Britt of of Newberry Ocala. T TTTTTTTVTTTTTT.TTTTTY. MONUMENTSLOWEST

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PHONE 21M STARKE, FLA. Lavonis Hodges returned home No Extra ChargeFor
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:- County. Florida at.his office in the I Florida.
get' worn and thin across the months from the time
" court house of said County at and'file the original la the of the first /s/ A. J. Thomas,
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of By Maria
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shoulders they can be made to notice. Each Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Florida, within calen-
Starke eight the Clerk of the Circuit Court on claim or demand shall be I Administrator of the estateOf 4t
last longer by cutting out the dar months from the time of the or before the lug, and shall state the place in writ of Annie A. Frazee deceased. ---- 11/tT 12/18
first publication of this notice. Each 21 day of December. 1)S3 residence and 11/27 4t 12/18 NOTICE'
' whole back and sew in bottom : I post office address of TO APPEAR
claim or demand shall be in writ otherwise the the claimant, I. Clrcait Court
allegations of saia and shall be sworn to Bradford Coaatr,
&lO". .'.... side up, just the width of the ingand shall state the place of Complaint will be taken as con- by the claimant,' her attorney, and NOTICE TO APPEAR FUrldai la Chaaeery.
-* shoulders 6f course.HARTSHORN residence and post office address of fessed by you. any such claim or demand not so I. Clrnlt Court, Bradt.rd c..tT : Charles E. Arnold. Plaintiff, vs. Eva
." the claimant. and shall be sworn to"by This notice ,shall be publishedonce filed shall be void. Florida IB na.eel'1' Ruth Arnold, Defendant.
to. LINIMENT ,the and claimant agent his attor- each week for four consecutive Flora Niedelman. Ai admini- Charles A. Elagini. Plaintiff, v*. Case No. 16-20C
ney any such claim or demandnot weeks In the Bradtor4 County Tele- strator of the Loretta Biagin Defendant.
Used to remove soreness from cuts, filed shall be Estate of As Notice T* Appear.
so void.
! 8 ess r graph. executor of the Last Will and Case No. 10-205 To: Eva Ruth Arnold, whose residence -
and for aches pain. Take Petite
, I Winnie I* Redgrave, Dated this 13 day o November Testament of Walter Niedel- T. Appear. and address is: 3! East }(c.
i ;. .-oOMCA, N R ,this perscription and a bottle to As executor of the Last Will 1953. man. deceased. dence To: Loretta Biaginl, whose resi Mlllao Street Cincinnati 19 Ohio.
your druggist. Shake welL Hart and Testament of Alfonso (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyClerk First publication November 20, and address Is: 5$0-40th S1.. You are hereby notified that a
'. Wherein I decorate for Christ At this moment the ground is William Redgrave, deceased. of the Circuit Court .153. 11/20 4t 12/11 Brooklyn You New York. suit for Divorce
shorn 1 1-2 oz.; Camphor gum 1 : By.Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. are hereby notified that a has been tiled
{l fuss I thInk of all you out there I white with snow and it is about oz.; turpentine 2 oz.; sweet oil 3 First publication December 4. Ui3. 11/20 4t 12/11 la The Court Of The County Judge, suit Divorcehas for above named Court against and you cause In and the
t who read this and pray for a 12/4 4t 12/24 CREDITORS' Bradford County, Florida. you are required to serve a of
35 degrees. The sun is shining oz.;, alcohol 4 oz.; arnica 2 oz. NOTICE TO been filed against I copy
I. Prvbatr. you-In the your answer or pleading to the
Christmas card.I (1933 Probate Art Seen. 119 1:0)I. above I
bright and the eaves are drippinga This is an old time liniment and The Court Of The Coaatr Judge In Re:'Estate of Annie A. Frazee, you are named required Court to and cause and. complaint on the Plaintiffs
NOTICE serve a of Attorney A.
TO APPEAR copy I J. Thomas Jr..
bit the is claimed to be good for rheu- I. ... Bradford Cenity, Florida, Deceased. pleading to the
love Christmas, on south side of the Circuit Coart. Bradford C <7, la Probate.In nauintanswefv com- Starke. Florida
matism. I hope you get some of Florida IB Chaaeeir. Xotire Of Filing Petition ForFlaal Plaintiffs Attorney and file the original In the office
house. I have Christmas
Estate of Walter
re: Samuel
For this up my Niedelman W.
time Getlen' P.
Henry Grady Discharge O. Box of the Clerk
; Moore Plaintiff, vs. Of Administrator 81. of the Circuit Court
Back every year decorations. Wreaths in the it made and try it. It smells nice Marrietta Moore, Defendant. Deceased.To TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Gainesville, Florida on or before the
to me. I used it on foot Case All Creditors aad Persons Having Notice is and file the original in the office of 28 day of
windows, candles and my sore No. 10-191 hereby given that I December. 1953;
Comes the far strings'of Claim the Clerk
sweet chime >>
.. or e1lUl.dsgalnllt of the Circuit
Notice To have filed Court otherwise the
; Appear returns
my as administrator on allegations of said
red and green paper, gold and when I_ fell on the steps last I Said Estate of the or before the day of December.: Complaint will be
To: Marrietta Moore, whose resI- estate of Annie A. Fraiee, 1953 taken aa confessed -
Of voices calling from other lands silver bells and such to make the winter. It worked.I dence and address is: Unknown. I notified You and and each required of you to are hereby deceased; that I have filed my peti- said;Complaint otherwise the allegations of by you.
any will be taken This notice
Long past touching of lonely house festive. I have my 'fruit already have one box to put suit You for are Divorce hereby has notified that a claims and demands which you or tion will for apply final to the discharge Honorable, and Theron thatI fessed by you as con- once each week ahaUe for four consecutive publish
under the tree the from been filed either of you, may have against the This notice shall be published weeks In the Bradford Tele-
hands. cake baked and have already cut one my against you in the above named ceased late of said County, to the A. Yawn. County Judge of Brad- once each week for four graph. County
it to son and I have !:ort and cause and you are required ford County, Florida, on December weeks
I sample think it good. I family. sent aft to serve a copy of your answer estate of Walter Niedelman, de- 22. 1953.; for approval of the same graph. in the Bradford. County Tele- Dated this :24 day of November
"We remember" they tell you lear, bought our Christmas tree this my boxes out:, have presents or pleading to the complainton County Judge or Bradford County .and for final discharge as admini- Dated this 24 day of 1953.
And you remember I morning and may put it up to ordered for Don. Time passes so the Plaintiffs Attorney, Florida, at his office in the court strator of the estate of Annie A. 1953. November, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Chute A. Darby
Evan T. Evans, 103 Law Exchange house Clerk 'of the Circuit Court.
of said County at Bradford. Frazee deceased.
Unchanged still dear. morrdw if I can find time. Have swiftly that Christmas Eve will Building, Jacksonville, Florida, within eight calendar November 25;. 1953. (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of) Charles A. Darby By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.
-tne Circuit
Nor \,time nor trouble those. to bake a cake and get ready for be here before we realize it. I Court 11/27 4t 1210POUNDS
loves mar the church bazaar: That is Saturdays have up the paper fireplace and
Who rendezvous at the Christmas at the Presbyterian Church.In last evening Don and I sat and

Star. November we had six funerals : talked by the flickering light in .

Fannie. Heaslip Lea in 18 days. Only those in the paper logs. This big houseis

! "** this business and who care for heated by a hot water system
.; I love the above poem. It makesme them all as Don and 'I do canrealize of radiators. Always warm, every

r think of Christmas cards. I just how tired one does corneA

,. am hoping all who read this get before the last one is laid This morning I sang and played

writing will send me a Christmas away. Others' grief seems to the piano to get into the spiritof

card. What a glorious Christmas exhaust me too.HELPFUL Christmas. I sang, "It Came

4t would make for me. How aboutIt HINTS: (If you get Upon The Midnight Clear." When .

? I am of course acquaintedhere your clothes too blue in rinsing I came to the part "Oh. Ye beneath -

now and feel at home, but rinse again in clear water witha life's heavy load" I realized

there is something about Christmas small quanity of vinegar has that I no longer have a load -
time that makes one think off' been added. Put a little vinegar that this is one of the happiest
old home and old friends. I do in'the rinsing water when washing times in my life. I really have

cherish all my readers. This is hose. Supposed to make them I no worries. I would not want to

7 my eighth Christmas in Nebraska.I runproof also. When men's shirts, be anywhere but here with my t
good Don. I pot the check for

O\\t\; ; Interest on my H bond. I plan to ,

build a little chicken house and

Santa Claus Says | have a few hens. I intend to

), ;;) auilt my nuilt soon then piece )
another. So many things to be .
thankful for. We had turkey

Thanksgiving and no doubt will

have it Christmas. So my pravers

NEW AND USEDWATCHES these thanks.I days. are for others and of OF SUGAR

like to think of childhood

rIt: AT Christmas festivities and my

parents who have so many years:
been gone to their rest. I thank

WILLIAMS JEWELRY happy.them from my for grandaughter I making had such my April.nice childhood letter She ti, With Purchase Of 7 Gallons Or More Of Gasoline

BULOVA ELGIN SWISSA is 8 years old and Uvesr on "Brook- ,

lawn Farm" in Indiana. She is a
Complete Line of All The NewestCOSTUME happy child as I used to be.

,In Merry Christmas to all God .

bless you,every one.


At Prices. .

You Can Afford To Pay (1933 Probate Act. Seer* ,119 1:0)I.
the Coart of the County Judge,
Bradford Couaty. Florida.
SEE US FOR i la Probate
4 In re: Estate of Alfonso William
-EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING Redgrave Deceased.To .
All Creditor and Pernoaa Having GRAND
Claim or Demand Against OPENING

WILLIAMS JEWELRY I You Estates and each of you are hereby-
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
; 551 W. Call St. -, Starke, Fla. t I either of you, may have against the
estate of Alfonso William Red
deceased, late of said County,
1 1I grave
to the County Judge of Bradford

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