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 18, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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School Holidays Farm Loans Completes. Leadership School Finzer Named I Council Approves

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-M: A Start Today For Now Available, r-i '54 Chairman Special Meeting

____ IarchOfDimes! With Zone Board

Xfi i 2,800 Students Currie Says .

Benedict Pinze '. Jr. will head The City Coujidl.: at its. regular
r Some 2,800 Bradford 'County Clifford ,L. 'Currie, County: the 1954 March of Dimes in Brad- meeting Tuesday night, adopted a

school children and their 120 Supervisor for the Farmers Home ford County Walter J. Matherly, 1279.480.-operating budget for the

; teachers, supervisors and principals Administration* of the Starke state campaign! director, announced City cf Starke next year.This budget -

will lay aside their'books, I Unit, announces that ioan funds ; yesterday.In had been proposed by City
Auditor George Dandelake at a
chalk erasers and other school are now available for farm and 1953 Bradford County residents ,
council last month. It
contributed $1,426.86; six meeting
equipment' today ,(Friday) and home operating, expenses. Loans _* increase over their contributions was adopted without change from

walk ,( ?) out of their class rooms, may be made for such purposesas in 1952 Matherly said. the original.In .

seed, feed fertilizer insecticides a rather short session that
not to return until next year. The state director pointed out
.. RIVER recenflYJraMord livestock. equipment and followed adoption of the budget,
WAY DOVltJPONTIlE SUWANNEE It will be the beginning of a that the national goal in 1954 is
County School Snpt. IL P. Morgan and Supervisor other farm and -home expenses. I $75.000000 over a third of which the city fathers:
were Memorial twoweek.Christmas, holiday for, These loans bear interest at.5- .'8E BER'DoYLE" ANDREWS (right) recently graduated from will be Examined bids on winch and
the Stephen Foster used for polio .
at prevention.The
perrr T. Nolin, pictured above and Nolln, with the youngsters and teachers. According cent and are repayable over((;\I- Ryukxus Command Leadership School on Okinawa and Is pictured prevention program will derrick equipment to be used in
Museum. White Spr'ngs.' Supt ; attended a recent to Supt. H. P. Morgan, the period from one to seven years.' above receiving his certificate from commanding officer. He is then sist of use of gamma globulin and setting poles, but delayed action

:JdIoOl administrator* of 10 Florida counties, in the se 12 white and negro Bradford County Applicants are considered for of i'lr. and Mrs. Chester Andrews of New River and is a gunner field testing of the new trial vac- on the bids until a further study
student Interest ..
to discuss eligibility local com : could be made.
WhIte a
ittng at Springs that schools will dismiss for the holi- county ip the 28th Regimental Combat Team's Heavy Mortar Company. He cine. T vaccine will be testedon
Florida Folk Festival. Morgan has said mittee consisting of T. T. Blackburn Donated $25 to the Children's
8Dd annual 1952 last March
catered the Army in October, and arrived overseas nearly a half million children 01
today"and take back againon .
BJLS. might participate In,the festival which days Lawtey, Lucian Conner andJ. Committee and 10 to the Women'sClub
,f'rocal group from from an assignment at Ft Jackson, S. C. His wife resides in Jack- second-grade school age.
'. 6-9 at the'Foster shrine. Monday, Jan. 4. \ B. White, Starke.Application "This the latter to be used as a
wffl be H&y year may well eee w
,., Then it will be back to the: blanks and additional sonville. fighting the last I priz in the Christmas decoration
>- I round in our, 18.
: Annual Pageant books*,until'the next holiday which information may be obtained .- year-old fight against polio-,"- the-- contest

Seniors Planning will be Good Friday.Obedience i from the local. office of the First FreezesCome BHS Boys Win state chairman said.. Discussed the matter of persons
Prison farmers Home Administration filling in graded street ditches
At State "We need 50
located in the Brownlee Building per cent more to provide a driveway and, thus

TrainingFor 102 S. Street In Starke. money this year to carry out this creating a drainage problem.

Trip To Cuba Monday Night Dogs Is Shdwn This WeekWaiter's Opening Cage TiltThe ,i big care prevention for those who program now have and pol to cleaned Decided out that once said more ditches and wouldbe that

holiday Schedule to. It is true that those
BHS Seniors of 54 are Inmates of the Florida State At Rotary MeetingHow who give property owners would have to
The ; first all-out attack hit boys basketball squad got the most have the most left. I

it&lly keyed up these days, andIt Prison at Raiford. will present 01 Closing Set Bradford; County this week with off to a fine start in the new am sure the residents of Bradford keep the ditches, opea.
make dg a better Set
of graduating to your dates in early Jan.
lsn'tJust the prospect their annual Christmas Pageantin obedience below freezing temperatures re- season when BHS County will do- all they can to

this spring that has them auditorium on_ the companion through corded Wednesday and Thursday 63-29 in the opener played make the drive a success." uary for a called special meeting
the. prison
For Courthouse
At their class meeting .1 training was discussed at the Rotary with the Zoning Committee in order
excited. in Palatka. The
so Tuesday night
Monday"they voted to under-' night of Monday.Dec. 21.The Club Wednesday by Maj. Harry mornings. Continued cold was Bradford girls tiidn't fare so well, Mrs. Finzer Is office managerfor to hear a zoning expert (not

Cuba a proposed general public Is invited to Hatcher of Camp Blanding.Maj. All county court house offices predicted for Friday. 46-27. the Big Dad ManufacturingCo. I named yet) explain zoning pro-
.take Operation losing their
The official weather station at here. He has had first hand
this training cedure.
pootograduatlon trip that' will (if attend the performance which will Hatcher began will be clnaed for the Christmas The BHS boys jumped into a
and now assists the State Farmers Market here experience wit polio, having one Heard recommendation from
plans work out), take the entire take place at.8 p. m. Those plan- work as a hobby holidays from 11 a.m.. Thursday Wednesday I quick 28-8 first quarter lead and a
low of 31 child
recorded degrees treated
Jacksonville a currently being for
with classes weekly in the bond trustees that serious consideration
80 strong Dec. until.
of graduates some 24. Monday Coach Haz-
class morning
to witness the presentation coasted on to victory.
ning morning, and 31J5 Thurs- the after effects of infantile para-
and Gainesville. be given the erection of
on an over-ocean trip to Havana main Dec. 28 according to information, elwood rested his first five as a
should arrange to be at the day. Heavy frosts were seen both lysis. water tank because of
had the "We train the individual to received a new city
It seems that someone i from Charles Darby' unit during the second half. The
bright idea of foregoing the usual gate of the- prison, not later than train his own dog." the speakersaid clerk of the Circuit Court nngs.I competition was not strong enoughfor the unsafe condition of the old

junior-senior banquet and prom in discussing his hobby, *Pur- Fo the New Year's holiday the Damage to strawberries so far Hazelwood to find out exactly Big Dad DinnerThe tank (it's been in use for 50 years)

and instead use class 7:45.This entitled of the training is not to teach is reported as negligible with the and the fact that the capacity of
this 'year : year's pageant, pose court house offices will close at i what his team can do, but at ,
and future) to Story". the dog stunts or tricks but to develop possibility of. some loss of bloom annual Christmas dinner of the old tank is not sufficient
funds (present "The Prisoner's Christmas 5 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 31, and times the boys looked mighty; good
take a tri,. ,At first Washington was written by Julius Sturm,' an the dog's character and makeit re-open'Mondar morning, Jan. 4. I Ii and fruit If the mercury dipped with their passing and goal shoot- 'the Big Dad Manufacturing Co., Advised: Albert Hartmann that

'D..C/wasraentloned as a possible Inmate serving 20-year sentence. a bettercompankm for the own- i The sheriffs office, though ;below 32 again Friday and stayed ing. Inc. will be held today (Friday) the city would clean up and maintain -

'destination but then the lure of II It is being produced by inmates er." closed during .these holiday there several hours. Even then at 12:30 p.m. in the Methodist, ,recreation a street (now a lane) through
Paul Rivers 22
the tropics got to working and as a voluntary effort in additiont Following his talk an'actual periods, will handle calls from however, damage would be at a take poured honors in pointsto building. Employees of the his property near the old ball paffc,

'sentiment changed in favor of i their regular work assignments. demonstration of obedience work the county jaiL minimum because growers have scoring operating company will be guests of the provided that Hartmann give a
from forward
a position.
,Cuba. The presentation of the pageantIs was given by Maj. Hatcher with City; Clerk Carl Johns has an- not yet mulched their plants. The boys will meet sterner: competition management on this occasion. 50-foot right-of-way for the street.

The Seniors' realize it'll take a I sponsored 'by? L. Chapman, his Boxer, and three other own nounced .that the City Hall in Mulching (the process of covering this :weekend when theygo

"lot. of money to underwrite jth< sup Ra1ord.tn co-' frs of dogs now" in various stage.,, SUrfc?.will, dose at noon on*Christ)I berry ,beds with ,straw or grass) on a road trip. ,Friday night Clark Elected

; rEek' j1Lc,41e7 !';.1 mind pp,=.r;ihe Allchurch. i 80u1'i 'g| training. Those assisting .Maj mas Eve day and re-open the followingMonday. I keeps the berries clean. but*;has the-boys will play New Smyrna,1 I
.. -launched an Hatcher in the demonstration the of hold
IJ ...beyyiready. ,. were The; City Hall J I[ disadvantage helping and'on Saturday night will move
alloutcampaign to ,raise funds. reading the script of'the Robert Paterson of Camp Bland offices will be closed on New Years 1!frostaround. the plant in case of '
Deland for
Tirst dortaiong:' thls'line will be production, Mr. 'Chapman commented ing, owner of a Dalmatian, BillEbeiiole Day but will be open. the following; I -Vd- ",weather.,. > ;... on On over Dec.to 29th the BHS a game.boys will j 53 CaptainBy

.a. bake sal?. on Call Street. this ,.:I feel. .that this ,yeart !: ot Gainesville, with a day. Saturday, until tuxm Johns 1 I r -:The. sudden cold followed an! be playing at home when they!.
8&tUrdaJAttff.iM:;: wU1- come blonde Cocker Spaniel, and Dr. H. December
pageant will be one of the finest said. unusually warm early meet Lake City here for a single
a big f1sfrfhtheDhOO1.Cafe- .that we have presented bere at H. Hall of Falatka, owner of a I that had folks shucking their TeammatesThe
teria on,Jan.-28y:. 'A. luscious'plate! Raiford". The Inmates taking parfre thoroughbred Pug. coats in, 82 degree temperatureslast game.

of, fried fish and'all the trimmings determined to live up to Mr.Chapman's J. R. Kelly; president of the Turket Shoot weekend. Sunday saw several Coach Bishop's girls do not have r
wU1'be! served for .$1. with the another game until after the vacation Bradford High Tornadoeswere ,
club reminded and
expectations. ,. membbers to bring inches oi rainfall unsettled -
makings::being 'donated by generous .i' i a child's gift to the.meeting next Saturday A.M.Fifty weather brought blustery period is over. Both teams entertained Thursday night '

parents and friends of the I Wednesday. These gifts will be winds Sunday night.A will be playing regularly after of last week by Dr. and Mrs. C.
Senior Class. Don Boree Rites -- Jan. 4 and the boys will have some
I J. Koupt at a turkey in
then distributed by Rotary to underprivileged prime turkeys will go to miniature tornado hit a Jacksonville supper
Also In the plans is a "powder children. A t section and air- practice sessions during the holi the Gold House Restaurant.
Christmas aid a worthy cause, as the Starke I business
puff football game at the be- Held Last WeekDaniel musical program will high-I Lions Club holds its annual turkey port with resulting: heavy damageto days.Lavon Mike Clark and Wayne Douglaswere

-ginnlng of the second semester, light ,the meeting next Wednesday. shoot this coming Saturday. j buildings and planes. Lewis, with 10 points was honored by their teammatesby

and rehearsals for the first senior Bores, 72, a former resident The turkeys are being offered: I! second high scorer, and Stanley being selected captain and

play in 'years will begin soon. of Rtarke. di*>d Monday, Dec.] Telegraph Plans as prizes at the shoot which is Robert Barksdale Clark followed close behind with 8. t alternate. captain for the 1953
Members of the class are urgingthe I.
7 in' Jacksonville after I season.
a, hospital I to get underway at 10 a.m. Satur-
public and to support,venture.,them in their Jong Illness. Earlier Issue day, adjacent to Florida Power t i Is Elected W. M. Two New Staffers I Clark, a BHS student for- just
.new excltlnC' .
.'" Mr. Boree was a native of Mid- Before ChristmasThe & Light on East Call Street. Of Masonic Lodge three years, has arnedthree'
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"rtnir? And at one time lived in The worthy cause is sight conservation Join numerals in football and has al- -

Elks SpearheadJoint Starke. He moved to Jacksonvilleabout Telegraph will be printed a Lions Club project District Deputy Grand Master HumphreysTwo ways been powerful on the line, -Polaroid 1-Ulnute Photos by tiitfTelegraph
Meeting For SO years ago where he own- on Wednesday next week in order I I to which proceeds of the shoot : Thomas McIntyre witnessed the both in blocking and tackling.
ad and operated the Boree Wood new additions to the staff Douglas, as alternate captain
that it may get in the malls and will go. election of officers for 1954 by Mike Clark
Christmas Baskets *, r *l Tsnt H* wan a memberof be delivered before Christmas. I I The Lions Club will furnish 12uage Bradford Lodge No. 35, F.&A.M. of Humphreys Gold Corporationhave has also earned three numerals in

the Holly Brook Missionary I I This issue, will carry holiday shells for the event. If Monday night .-, been announced.R. football and this year was the

Representatives of the Elka-and Church. businesses vou bring own ammunition N,. Sunderland a native of leading BHS scorer with 60, points. player, as end, and last year was
oting from local your
.Lions clubs Welfare Board* Ministerial many Those to take chairs, as a resultof Dela. the BHS receiver.
Wilmington leading
recently Douglas was a powerful runner pass
No. 8 shot.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. to their friends and customers bring only election Robert Barks- '
the are:
Association Chamber of joined the staff of the Trail Ridge also to keep a drive moving. This season Teston played defense
'"mm Boree five sons. Randolph All Daniel Boone and York
; nd it I Is! important that it be in Sgt Master Charles
Commerce and other Worshipful ; Plant in the with offense and was
of Standards
organizations position along
Both Douglas and Clark, along
H. Ray G., Henderson, Harold the hands of readers by Christmasday marksmen are Invited to vie for Warden Gene
-win meet at the Elks Lodge on Fields, Senior ; Long. Engineer. He is graduate of the honored outstanding in that department
T), wid F. Doyle Boree all of at the latest. the 50 potential Christmas dinner a with Vernon Teston were
Templo Ave. Monday Dec. 21 at I Junior Warden; C. H. Futch, Sec- of Delaware degrees close second to
Jacksonville six brothers viands. University with also by being selected on the all also. He ran a
; one All and.
7 pjn. Purpose of the meeting qster. find nine grandchildren. persons retary; and W. S. Haas, Treasurer. in Bachelor of Mechanical conference (East Florida) foot- i Reddish on total yardage gainedas
with items for this issue are
All Master Masons are invitedto
will be to organize and compare FiinAral services held in Engineering and Bachelor of Elec- ball team by a vote of the coaches a pass reclever.
"eed to turn thom In as early as Mrs. Pinholster
lists .of names: and addresses of the Holly Brook church with Rev. attend a special meeting Friday, trical Engineering.Before at a meeting held Saturday morn All three boys will receive gold
nossible, and not later than Tues- i
the families who are to receive a L. Burt Griffin, pastor officiating. day morning. Rites Wednesday Dec. 18, for the purpose of raisingtwo joining du Pont Companyin ing. footballs when letters are presented
Christmas basket this Christmas candidates G. L. Patten and to the squad.
I Int'!r"int was in Riverside 1944 Mr.Sunderland worked for Teston is a two-year varsity)i
eve. Object is to avoid duplications -!Memorial Park.Student Mrs. Gabrella A. Pinholster, 70, Johnny Barden to the degree of the Baldwin Locomotive Co. While

in time, money, and effort. Stanley Durand 4104 Monday at her residence. Master Mason. with du Pont he was employed at Bradford Farmers Signed Up

Phil Vltsky, chairman of the Rites In MissouriStanley "12 Roselle St. Jacksonville, fol- the Newport and the Newark

annual Christmas basket commit Safety 1'wing an illness of several months. Tires Given Away Plants as standards engineer.He I

tee. reports that everything is in I: Group Will Add E. Durand. 55. died \ native of Brooker, Mrs. PIn- is married and has four children For 1954 Conservation Practices
Starke Tire Sales
_ order and that anyone wishing to holster 34 By is at !
December 3 in the Lake City! moved to Jacksonville and at present residing
New Members SoonThe
add to the fund by; check,or cash veterans hospital ps the result of! ".flrs aero from Green Cove Keystone Heights. J. E. (Jeff) Davis, chairman of farmers who signed up for assistance -

nay do so by contacting Judga i heart ailment. The body want C"I:; tIO't. : She was a member of Christmas came a little early Edwin Kehr recently joined the I the Agricultural Stabilization and by Dec. 10 deadline, but
T. A. Yawn at ine courthouse Student Teen-age Safety this year at Starke Tire Sales. another change Jn the 54 program
"" to Kansas City Mo. where the Woodlawn Baptist Church. engineering staff of Humphreysin Conservation Committee for
Money given to this worthy cause "o-r.c'l net Tuesday after school This business, located at the corner M. A.) allows a farmer to sign up any
'funeral services were held Dec. 9 Survivors include her husband. connection with the construction ford County (formerly P.
li deductable from .income tax and formulated plans for taking with interment in Memorial Park William -Pinholster; a daugh- of U. S. 301 and State Road of the new mining facilitiesat has announced that 149 Bradford ,time of the year. Late request

and everyone is welcome Vn1 u""11 new members Into the group after Cemetery.. ter. Mrs. Robert Rlgg. Jackson- 100. gave away four U.f S. Royal Lawtey.Mr. County farmers requested government 'for assistance will be considered
to join the lend hand the Christmas holidays. tires in a' drawing held Tuesday the basis of the amount of
+ movement Mr. Durand is survived by his vine: three sons. Earl Pinholster, Kehr was'born in Bunker cost-sharing in signing up on

VlUky, who recently participated -Anv student Interested'In the wife Maie Jn phlne. and one !J'It Oranpe. N. J.: Ernest New night. J. Hill. HI. and e ent two years in for 1954 conservation practices. funds remaining unused.
the tires
The winner of was
in Ute cerebral palsy money- !rVMineil .nd who would'Uke to the after school in fed-
I l "*on. George David Durand of 1)1"llns: and Clarence. Jackson- Army high Approximately $14,000
rafctog drive in Jacksonville, says oin must write a letter explaining $1lfl' Mrs. E. Tilley, Ocala a transient customer discharge from the Armyhe has been allotted to
tansas: City.Mo. !: two sisters, W. M. of Stark Tire Sales. Upon eral funds Band ConcertAt
that he has gained a little experience -[Ms or her reasons for wanting to Mr. Durand came here in 1944 HoDowav. Jacksonville and Mrs. attended the Missouri Schoolof Bradford County for carrying out

from the Jacksonville affair loin. The letters may be given to purchased 'r. Mines and Metallurgy, graduating -
from Quincy. Mass A. O'Steen. High Springs and the 1854 program. Tree Tonight
which be'Used in Starke any member of the Council.The Union Service
may and \ home southeast of Starke on 1 brother. James A. Abbott Plant in 1950 with a B. S. degreein The majority of the Bradford
other dties'and counties in less wiU then be read the :
I I I-tt..r by road. .He Mining Engineering
the Keystone Heights
Raised $50 Fund farmers' requests were for &
tlaforate) and smaller money-rais rroup. ant} the proposed new members city.Fnnril .88ist-1 The Salvation Army Band ofJacksonvU1e
was a salesman and headed up his services were- held Wed- Prior to coming'with..Humphreys of
ing ways. Such plans might de voted on. For Children's Home the anc! 4in new will hold forth In
; Mr. 'wu-
I! own distributing company for a d"v morning at 11 o'clock In Kehr : .employed by nent pasture and for summer and, *
,velop' Into a future community At the.close of I. GypsUm Ohio concert Friday night from 7:3t: to
Tuesday's meeting -; cutlery product h@ Woodlawn Baptist Church. U. S- Co;, Gypsum,
soil practices.
fund which can be done by all Joe- I refreshments were furnished cVsonvlie Interment was in "Many, many thanks for the and the Illinois Division of HJgh- winter building 8:30 on the courthouse lawn.
"4-: rganizationa cooperating in by Norman Gonzalez and George Hlversida Memorial Park. bountiful contribution of $50 ways in East St. Louis, HL There were requestsmide and Santa Clans will be on hand to
New Shell Station In
di' movement ViUky said. Canova. which has come to us from the I Mr. Kehr is currently residing for help drainage distribute gifts of fruit to needy

Awards Prizes New ChevroletsAnd the Union churches Thanksgiving in Starke.Service This of is I at-KingsIey Lake. 'I construction water and of water'lrrigaUon.pits.for livestock .children. ThC public Is invited.

At Opening HereA PontiacsOn very welcome at this time, and Under the 1854 program some' Elks Lodge Notice

,will play an important part in Basket Donators of the old practice, each as fertilizing -

More good, resTxwiM to the grand Display TodayThe ,bringing to our family of needy already established 'pastures -
Asked To Clear Local: : Elks will hold regular
'ren4ng of Warren's Super Shell II and homeless children the care and liming,crop land have Dee. 21.
Madison and Monroe 1954 models of two lines of comfort and happiness they need." With Mrs. McKnightTo been discontinued. An exceptionis meeting on Monday
I Temple -
their borne on
o'clock at
Greets was announced this week popular priced automobiles will This was the sincere message'I that established pastures that at

Old 'v John A. Ton>d local Shell "0 o on display in the showrooms of gratitude received here this prevent duplication of have never been limed may receive Avenue. All Elks and visiting Arrangements -

'obber and Jo C. Warren. operaor rf local dealers here today. week from Philip Lbvejoy, executive jrifts of Christmas baskets to applications of this mineral Elks are urged to be. present
annual Christmas -
for the
I of the station. The public" invited to see the director of the Children's the needy,Mrs. B. L.Ikx L1pt. An practices approved for 1954 will be discussed -
Torode and Warren said they *v>w Chevrolet line at the Torode Home Society of Florida follow acting as ffeai"nn Of a Christmas must be first-time practices and and committees delivery organized

Toys Trtsh to express their deep appre- Chevrolet Co.- where a complete ing receipt of the $50 collection: basket coordination committee of a permanent type. this work

Ration- for tlw Interest shown. by showing win be made of the new that was taken for the home at i has asked that persons 1 At a meeting next Monday to participate .In on

*h. public in the TWW business. 1954 models in everything from 'I the Union Thanksgiving Service I planning to give baskets Contact Chairman Davis and Committeemen Christmas eve.CORRECTION

Grand prize* were given away "onvertlbles to trucks. accordingo ,Starke.
her. Her telephone number -'
E. L. Kelly and Jf, W4Cefly
Needed .t a drawinr b: "'d st the station Edwin..Torode. local dealer. I "Please let it be known to aH U 74J.Sirs. ,
!wQl start to proportion allot- '
donation asked for
Monday night TTw lucky winners The new Pontiac will be shown I of those concerned how much we McKnight said that herpurpose "': 1'he' by
merits to the 149 farmers wIo J Jhae I
Mrs. E. A. Hall at last week'smeeting
'1 the'r wriT"1? wr" M. Benton ,')y Stepson & Urquhart on N. appreciate the friendship'expressedtoward is to find oat whom the i
.... signed up. They will also I I of the County Commissioners -
z'nek .Lawt' !! Wct1nghonse. Court St, also starting today.' as. We are grateful for baskets are going to, so that fletemme what proportion of the
toa.*-- f, P.. Gre-n. The local. Pontiac agents. David 'their gracious willingness to par- I Is to go to the Children'sCommHtw
Members of tie Starke Lions Ellen tha Elks Club makes its
and Lioness .dubs.are shown above in I' I $14,000 in assistance funds win II anl not the
to emergency -
4 iPtarke, a VT-tlT!"'*. distribution. there will be BOfiafllratlons
their Lions Den toy workshop where old ro to Fnring and summer and!
they are reconditioning toys relief fund. as was reportedin
extend cordial invita- is blessing these girls
1 on:' and M!'"" 'Annie Lewis, 'ikewi? a a
for distribution to underprivileged eblidrenbefore Christmas.: More lrke- a W. 't?!"house..electric tion to the public'to view the new I|and 'hove entrusted to our care" t ofglfta. Fan practices. last week'4 issue of the Tele'

toys are needed and may be left at Broadway's Service Station. j'iron. models. I wrote Mr Lovejoy. FrefTnce will be given to the gra h.



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YrTYYY..yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy the weekend from Immokalee to Florida To Bring line and diesel fuel taxes as fol- CountY41258.80, gasoline and
BRADFORD E. L. MATTHEWS visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. lows: $19.56, diesel; Putnam County$1.839.93 -

EDITOR BROOKERBy G. Hayes Sr. Fine Film Fare Union County $753.93, gasoline gasoline, and $28.59;
,Jimmy Hazen of Starke
COUNTY / spent Christmas 'Week and $11.71, Diesel fuel; Clay diesel.rREE .
VIEWPOINT the weekend with L. A. Mott Jr,
Polly Wait Jr.
; PUBLISHER Myrna Lou and Tommy Rahnof -
TELEGRAPH Outstanding film fare, ranging I

; ? OLDEST 'FLORIDA 'WEEKLY ,PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY -UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD &AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.Home DemonstrationThe R guests lford were of Sandy the Sunday and Jackie afternoon from to an musical adventure comedy romance Shakespeare in :Mexico 'E 1
F E FREE 1 1It
Brooker Home Demonstration Mott.Mr. City will highlight the forth-
the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under .
PnMtehed every Friday and entered as second class matter at Club met Tuesday afternoonat and Mrs. J. W. Thomas visited coming week at the Florida Thea-
the Aet of March: S, 1879. the Community Center with the Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wigginsof tre.
Mrs. Lawrence New River Saturday night. Sunday and Monday the Florida
president Wiggins,
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION, presiding.A :Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beard will offer "Blowing Wild", costarring will happen Saturday night at 8 o'clock out atGamber
have returned to their home in s Gas Station. Joe is giving the 50 gals.
short business meeting was Gary Cooper, Barbara away
: held, and Mrs. Bill Bigham was Maryland. They are being trans- Stanwyck Ruth Roman and of gas that he promised. First lucky name, 20 gals
I I. fered to Puerto Rico where Mr.
T.heRight Approach To .Zoning appointed chairman for a food Beard will be stationed for shore Anthony Quinn. Cooper and Quinnare 2nd 15 gals. 3rd. 10 gals. and 4th 5 gals. You don'thave
sale to beheld in the very near .seen as two oil'wildcatters. ,
r.. # \ future. |duty. He is the son of Rev. Beard, one who has already made his to be present but we will be happy if you come.

'- The decision of the newly formed Boning It 'was suggested'that representatives of A furniture workshop will be pastor of the Baptist Church. fortune, and one who is still fight Bubble gum, peanut logs and suckers for the children.

.. Committee rely heavily on the experienceof the various organizations and other interested held at the center on January 20. will The have Brooker their Christmas Baptist Church ing to find his bonanza in the Clark Gables for the Ladies, pretty Blondes for the
cities and towns that have already persons ''be invited to attend the Memos will be mailed to members. programon wilds of Mexico. Miss Stanwyck
other Wednesday the 23rd.A Men. (We kidding of Airs. Jo Cumber
are course
faced this problem'seems to us the most meeting'so that the board members:might The County Council meeting I plays the tempestuous wife of
will be I large crowd from the Dedan Quinn and Miss Roman is and myself at this time wish all Customers and
sensible approach that could possibly have benefit from a cross section, of community' at the Methodist I' Baptist Church attended' "1f'I seen our
If such Church in Lawtey on January ,26. as the woman Cooper loves. Friends
been taken.Setting thinking on this complex project. night in Starke and had the benefit in Starke and Bradford County
All are to attend.At I The story filmed entirelyin
urged was
up a zoning plan for a communityis a call is issued, it is hoped that responsible' the close of the business of the largest attendance.Mr. Mexico. I. .A ChristmasAnd
citizens will respond. : ., and Mrs. Odom Very Merry
"no little task", as one.of the members session a Christmas party was Ralph and Next Thursday and Friday the
expressed it. In :fact, it is, a tremendoustask "We want to get the proper foundation enjoyed and gifts' exchanged. Re- children and Mrs. Sarah-Odom of Christmas program at the Fieri A
and one that will require the best efforts before starting," the chairman of the zoning frenhfn consisted of a.decorated Tampa were weekend guests of da will feature "Kiss Me Kate",,

and thinking of all concerned. It is a committee has .said. "We' hope to benefit cBke': 'with the: inscription |Mr. Mrs.and Mrs.Reed C.Lewis L. Atkinson. the film version of one of Broad Happy and Prosperous New Year

task, however, that ultimately will have* to by. studying the mistakes made 'by other, "Merry Christmas," .cookies and on business in was shoppingand way's greatest musical comedy;
will multi- cities and towns in their zoning programs, coffee. Mrs.. Lawrence Wigginsand i I
be done, and further delay only |Starke :Monday. hits.The
.ply the problems that eventually must be' and by"seeking to avoid making-these same tesses., Mrs. T. W. Markey were hos Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Tomlinson dance cast star-studded"is headed by song Kathryn and JOE & JO CUMBERSPECIALS

faced. errors. and family, Mr. and Mrs.. M.
Those present were: Mrs. Lawr- Grayson Howard 'Keel, and Ann
that Starke is growing, and the process of D. Harrell and
The Zoning Board has suggested ence Wiggins, Mrs. Lottie Edwards family, and Mr.I Miller.
.something in the nature of an "exploratory"' growth involves so-called growing pains. Mrs.T.. W Markey, Mrs. and Mrs. Bill Bigham and family The hilarious plot offers a play
meeting be held with the City Council earlyin The matter of zoning will be no exception to Mattie Sowell, Mrs. Dave Green enjoyed a fish supper at the homeof within a play as it unfolds the 'U

the new year at which time someone well this rule, but if the careful approach that Mrs. Rosa Pinholster, Mrs. Bill Mr. and Mrs. Ernest,Edwards. laugh-filled story of a tempera- .- .
versed in zoning matters would be invitedto has been exhibited thus far by the zoning Bigham and Miss Dorothy Ross, E.Thursday* of last week the W. mental stage star and his even

supply information that will be necessary board members is continued, it seems likely Home Demonstration agent. Bighams entertained Jimmy more tempestuous ex-wife, who
|Doyle and son Jerry for lunch
before even tentative zoning rules and that pains and errors will b@ kept at a Garden Club and Dale Bundy and Harry Staf are brought together again to appear .
minimum. That is as it should be.This The Brooker Garden Club met as the stars Shakespeare's 1 .
regulations be drawn ford of Washington D.
can up. C. for '
Friday evening, Dec. 11, at 8 'Taming of the Shrew".
dinner that
o'clock in the Community Center. evening. When it appears that the couple,
There were 21 members presentand who' fight as much off-stage as
two guests, Mrs. Robert Fair- .YYYYYYYTYYTYYYYYYYYTYYLONG on will achieve a reconciliation,
I Might Be The Answer ing, Associate District Director, Ann Miller steps into'the pictureand Ladies'
and Mrs. Melan Associate Editorof BRANCH jealousy rears its hilarious (r-,
the Florida Garden Magazine.Mrs. head. But all. ends merrily and tt :,.: -.\ lb
No one who reads a daily paper'with'any after-parties; prompt acceptance or rejection -\ Fairing conducted an im- by Mrs. J. L. Strickland musically when a couple of thugs I 1' ALL WOOL
degree of regularity can fail to be distressedover of invitations; no alcohol; considerateand pressive installation of this new and I take over the show and use strong-
the frequency, with which headlines courteous driving to be enforced. Garden Club. Those installed were Jimmy LangAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA arm methods to quell the biting, 8

herald instances of unacceptable teen-age Representatives of students themselves as follows: Mrs. Hewlett Anderson scratching and wailing herjaine. SWEATERSMen's p

behaviour. In recent weeks the trend seems play a major part in setting the standards, President: Mrs. W. M. Coram The PTA of Clay Hill school pp

to have been toward wanton vandalism with just as they have done in Starke in recent 1st Vice President; Mrs. met Tuesday night, Dec. 8, with County Collects
public and private buildings being ransacked weeks in organizing and administering their Margaret Roberson, 2nd Vice Pres- ten members present. Plans were

and thousands of dollars worth of property own teen-age safety council. Thus, thereis ident Secretary; Mrs. Bill Mrs.Bigham Ernest, Recording Ed- made for the Christmas programto $896 In November 5A"1Ii,8 $99

destroyed for apparent reason.. the avoidance adult "dictatorship"of any appearance. of distasteful -|!wards, Corresponding; Secretary; ing be at presented 10:30. The this next Friday meeting morn- From 7th Cent Tax

'connection editor remarks and Mrs. Dave Green Treasurer.
In one
will be held Jan. 8 and all school Bradford County's share of the
that "The days of 'let them do as they From where we sit, there seems to be 'Mrs. Fairing and Mrs. Melan patrons are invited to attend. seventh-cent gasoline tax collectedin *

please, dofe't thwart their development'seem much merit in a code of'teen-age conduct, spoke on Garden Clubs and their The Christmas program will be the county during November

to bypassing with the realization_that: such as that pioneered by cooperating teachers work throughout state. presented at Ebenezer Church on amounted to $896.41, according toa

civilized society cannot endure on a sandy parents, and teen-agers Washington, Decorations followed the Christ- Dec. 24 at 7 p. m. The public is report received by County Clerk 8
theme. Poinsettias
mas holly,and
D.C. invited. from State Comp '
foundation of every man for himself. cedar were arranged in colorful Charles Darby 4p
What might prove 'to set a trend in this The taunt that breaks down parental resistance bouquets throughout the room. The storm Sunday night seemedto troller C. M. Gay. .
more often than other is this hit in more ways'than one on! Total amount of the seventh-
return to old). of thinking re.cently -. any Refreshments of Christmas cook-
( ,
new or way this farm. the first six cents gallon O
We lay awake listeningto cent ( per 3
took place in Washington D. C. with "Well, all the others are going why can'tI ies and coffee brought the eve- YSNIRTS
in time for the Christmas ?" A uniform code of conduct, agreed to ning to a close.Hostesses the high wind for a long time ( tax goes into other funds qjJ
the distribution, just and wondering what damage tax collected during November in eg
by parents and teen-agers alike with teacher for the we
evening were
of set "Guiding Principles"by $4,482.04.The $
holidays a
I would find in the morning. We Bradford Co nty was
sanction also, would take the teeth out of Mrs. G. E. Green, and Mrs. Howard
col- .
the Association Independent Schools. Wait. had ,three steel traps setting, but county in which tax is
This was done to help parents coordinate this faulty argument and prevent many Diana Colson of Starke visited Jim said he diC \'t think ,it, was lected receives 20 percent of this '
regulations for their sometimes misguided hours of unpleasant dispute'over whether or .any use to look at them :Monday amount, and 80 per cent goes to
her" grandparents, G. B. Colson frAItS
not John and Mary should do The i \
young folk. something or last weekend.Mr. morning because even the animals the State Road Department.
go somewhere because everyone else is doing would have been afraid to ventureout State Road Department's share in II
The nine-point code proposes: Weekend it. It would certainly be a boon to harassed daughters. and of Mrs.St.M.Augustine M. Gano and Sunday 'night. However, he this instance amounted to 53,585.- S c i igROBBINS'
and'holiday activity only, ending at reason- parents, few1! of whom can stand up under weekend with Mr. and Mrs. ,did go and was gone so 'long I 63. \, $4493
able ,hours,-agreed to by parents and teen- the taunts of a teen-age son or daughter who R. F. Gano. thought a bear must have him. The same percentage deal applies -
agers; parents available during entertaining feels that he or she is being discriminated Mr. and Mrs. Edward Barker Finally he came in wagging two to tax collected on diesel

; no tycrashing; parents to know against and denied the fun being enjoyedby and children of Jacksonville spent big cared coons to about One as of much them as he. fuel County's sold November in the ccnty.share Bradford of diesel
where their children are visiting; no'parties- all their friends. Saturday with the Russell Greens.Mr. carry. was
so fat I believe it would have fuel tax amounted to $13.93, with
and Mrs. W. M. Lawhon
a quart or more of lard,, the S. R. D. getting $55.71'as its
spent Monday with the Russell
and the dogs and cats, share.
also chic

,I ALVAREZ'I ; '.STORE Established Men's 1894'lIN'I' Susie i Bradford 1 1.r Greens..cane G. While Hayes grinding.N. there Jr..was they home enjoyedthe over kens coon skunk,! ,sure This Two-had makes'possums one one big and fox feast, two one on I!.I their Surrounding November counties snares of received gaso-. ;

i brought before the court which coons in ten days. At this rate To

'S. _, _...... _. ......,_ '.. we'll soon have these thinned out Misery
consits of a judge, clerk, jury, etc.,
in this n ck of the woods and b
Are JVou -Equipped To Have you heard the latest]these officers having been elected f66
maybe it'll be safe for our chickens
"The Store of ValuesHistoryMakini
news? If not, read this: the by the Student Council. to venture out again. I for g

VACUUM CLEAN Seniors are planning a trip to Hats off to the 7th Grade!They rot to say we caught our pool
CUBA! That is, if
they can raise old .j
mother cat in one of the traps
did such a swell job of paintingthe .
enough money. So be sure to too, and she is limpinga little UQWO nsun
watch the in trash cans and placing ,them I -
r papers regard [I but not crippled badly.. She will
activities to raise money for this over the school ground. Please
to learn
.Heaters and Floor Furnaces I to.stay away froma
worthwhile trip and please donate ,be helpful and throw all your I. trap. .O 1
whenever you feel that you trash in them. Bill and Jean Lang announce '
WITH OUR NEW INDUSTRIAL CLEANER can.Future The Senior Glee Club sang a the birth of a son on Dec. 4. Bills
Better Business Leaders of group of Christmas Carols at PTA Richard Lang's son and he 0 Breaking
Quicker EconomicalFor America met this week. They are I, Tuesday night. and his wife live at Tampa now.

planning a benefit basketball Class parties are being 'given M\'daughter, Mrs. Walter Langof '
The Best in
game sometime in January. today for all grades throughoutthe Tampa, tells me she almost .
PLUMBING, REPAIRS AND INSTALLATIONS The' Speech Club, is playing school and then pupils and killed the whole family not long
Call Santa Claus to one family this teachers will say goodbye until ago. Seems she defrosted her re-
Christmas by carrying them a box January 4, 1954. So I too am goingto frigerator one night and reset it

FILLYAW PLUMBING COMPANY during the holidays say goodbye with this old, old the next day, paying no more at-
Senior Court has been formed saying Merry Christmas and a tention to it. The following day she
Phone 290 Starke, Fla. and is in effect now. Anyone Happy New Year. got up sick and soon Walter and '
breaking Senior privileges is -Susie D. B. got so sick they fell on the New 54 DODGE !

csqge. a d, all floor.day The and night little too.girl Finally fell around some '. ; fI i

relatives cameto see them and
1' ..., a one of the men thought to look ,
!>* the refrigerator, relit it, but f/
Shop Here And
: _
OPEN OPEN atm it didn't do right. A neigh-
Save The Difference I bor called the repair man"and_ he v -- _

EVERYDAY SUNDAYS found the chimneys stopped up rtO
so that fumes from the gas were

8 A.M.-10 P. M. I NEVER UNDERSOLD 9 A. M, 9 P.M I all coming well out again in now.the house. They are ji' f"'xv,..,,, .o/m4' L'' .I.'=. "":.:":... ..." .

daughter Faye and chil= -

A '.- ; -_, dren are living here on the farmat
i I present, occupying' the old '
house down the lane from ours. t -

Our Shelves, Counter and Show Cases Are Still Stocked With Our a Faye says she feels so free and
happy here, she never wants to
A Usual Wide Variety Of Quality Christmas Merchandise /n Any t leave, but doesn't know yet just
I what Dub will or can do about

Price Range You Desire And You Are Assured That You. Can- work. He has returned to Ala Ntw Code tonal V-i ICoer kd.s
bama to see what the score is
Not Buy It For Less. there. We are in hopes he wfll

come back and farm for us. Road Test 'the Elegant New Action Car

--- Wilkinson We understand!is on the sick Miss list Lillie witha That Shattered 196 Records.for.PerformaiKe, Stcwiw ad' E&durcmet!

severe cold.Hope shell be
around again. soon Here's the, car that proves what others just ease ,ef JvXUirM Power Steering .. and

tlSEFIlCH'R. ..q My mother lingers on, still promise .. clinches what others claim the surging power of the stepped-up 150-
weakening day by day. Gets Come,jee.and drive the new '&4 Dodge h.j Red Ram V-S: engine-winner over aU

'-- .f thinner an the time. We wonder that rewrote the official AAA record book. 8's in the MobQgas Economy Run.
how much more she will have to that gives proof
You will discover the flashing perIt's the me new car you
suffer before she make a change of far ahead of its field 8
formance of PowerFUt Drive-newest, performance
Fl) in any way. smoothest, most powerful of all automatic great series: Royal V-8. Coronet V-8: and. .

transmissions! the matchless steering 6.. Meadowbrook V-8 and 6.

I \ jI: FILL DIRTGOOD More To It-More in It-Mor..Of It! t!

I Red! Ron V8FullyAutomatic. *TM) Awtrico Aotoatobfo Atiodaffoa bft
RICH Pcwerflite[ Power Steering .pfe.. ovJtority M Arko per. I
Q F..u.Ta1M-takes Full of Foyer fro records.,f o rfUt.and hH-fm* t
) TOP SOIL No clutch, no lag more of the work the most efficient fo.tr StMTwtg tit optional pePrt.; .
H out'-1eaves all the engine in anT ,..
or hesitation, no S-Muft oK3n( |iamr4 and
.. jolt or jerk. pleasure in! American ear. .q.d a d oge......:= I


--__ S\i\ PHONE S9 600 Temple Ave. STARKE. FLA.4 )i



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.Sunday afternoon. The fire started fTTTVTVTTYTTTVTTTTTTTTTTl I-Bradford County Florida residence and. post office address of not so filed shall! be void William Redgra\e. deceased. -
I ID Probate. the claimant, and shall be sworn to I I Winnie L. Redgrave, 1 .
from an unknown origin the faintly HONOR ROLLFollowing In re: Estate of Alfonso William by the claimant, agent his attorney As executor of the Last Will First publication December f. US:. I
BAYLESS HIWAY l being away at the time. Neigh HEILBRONNby nedgra All ve Creditor, Deceased.To and. Prraon Having and any such,claim or demand and #Testament of Alfonso. 12/t 4t 12/14
bors rushed out in the rain to try Claim. or Demand Agaln
to 'save something, but the house Estate t .
by Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAALLAAAAAAAAALAA end furnishings were a total loss. is the Honor Roll for Marian NormanIAAWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI You and each (,f you are hereby o.
Bradford High School for the notified and required to present any
We all sympathize with Mrs. Claims and demands which you. or .
Clark in this loss. second grading period. (*) desig- either-of you may have against the : S
Rev H. C. Martin filled his regular nates "A" students. Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt filled the estate of Alfonso William' Red ] .
'Personal Items grave. deceased, late of said County, / .
pulpit at bout services here. p..
appointment at Bayless High- Mrs W. R. Halslop Mrs Lucille to the County Judge of Bradford -i '
Sunday'morning and evening. 7th Grade and he and his wife were, County Florida, at his office in the G
" way Lovell, and *Irs. Fred Haislop Barbara Bates, Sandra Car- court house of. said
County at
attendance.The dinner guests of the W. T. Cros-
Bad weather hurt the I were Christmas shopping in Jack-I I michael, Charlene Dennis, Jean Starke, Florida, within eight calen- :
men of Bayless Highway bys.The dar months from the time of the 'minute"
sonville last week. .Last
Dugger Angela Elder Charlene annual Christmas programwill first publication of this notice. Each
Brotherhood Thursday
organized a Mrs. O. E.. .Crosby and daughters Hardy Rhodia Hines Jim Hobbs, claim or demand shall be In writIng <
night of last week at tie be presented at the Baptist and shall state the place of. _
Beverly Jo and Carla Dean
W. H. Johns Judy, Judd, Helen 23. 1
will be Church Wednesday night Dec. .
church. Monthly meetings
were dinner guests of Mrs. Crosby's -
Kelly, Cecilia McComb George ,
held and anyone interested is in Mr and Mrs. J. L. Everyone invited. < < ;:
parents Patten Franklin Ritch, Betty Ann I
The WMU members are hold- 1 h' d
vited to Join. Johns, at New River Sunday. remln et.
Simons Shi Ann Smith Barbara i >
ing their Week of Prayer this
Some of the Bayless Highway Mrs. Bertie ,Bryant of Tampa Jean Thompson, Sammy Warren.8th .I .
'folks had the thrill of'their lives visited her brother-in-law and sis week. .
Mr. and Mrs J. L. Gillyard of
last Saturday when single engine .
ter Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby Grade .
airplane began doing' what last week. Phillip Clark. Robert Cooper, Orange City and Mr. and Mrs. 2
seemed to be stunts over Lester Mr. and Mrs. Nick Norton of Virginia Darby, Dorothy Ellington Rawleigh Gillyard of Daytonawere 5 f'

Crosby's house. But' the pilot:was California visited Mr., and Mrs. Judy Gandy Vida Jean Gen week here Wednesday of last : dorit forget
for the burial of their brother. .5
t not doing anything more than try:; W.5.R., Haislop, recently: enroute try Gerry Gibson, David Law- Lewis Gillyard. Mr. Gillarda THAT BRING
ing to find a suitable place .to to Tampa. son, Bert McGee, Daisy Ricks
maked a force landing. He was Beverly Jo Crosby i* hopping Bobby Sweat, Gerta Fay Thorn native or"Jackso vi1le and was Ct YEAR ROUND I

trying to find his,way to Gaines I around on crutches as the result i ton, Billy Warren.9th an uncle .of Leroy Tulle and PLEASURE.Housewares. : Coke for
Ancel Norman. He was buried in : -
ville 'when he became lost in a''' of 'a. fractured ankle sustained t .
thick cloud. He realized that his while playing basketball last Fri Grade Dyal Cemetery : r
gas supply was exhausted and he Maxine Andrews, Nancy Bates, Fred Johnson spent Friday night
day.The Ruth Burney Martha Sue Brook-. with his brother-in-law and sister,
could not reach Starke so he forced annual Christmas program
Ins, Judy Cason, Eloise Dobbs, Mr. and Mrs. Angel: Norman. holidag
the plane down in the George will be presented at Bayless High- .
Loedith Griffis, Emo- Mrs. Florence Johnson is ex- *
Alice Dobb,
Cone field. He finally stopped the way Church Tuesday night, Dec.
Hall, Tom Long, Lucille,Mc- pected here this weekend for a
plane; upside down and was not 22, at 8, o'clock. Everyone is invited jean
Cullough, :Mark Moore, Vivian visit with the Ancel Norman fami
even scratched -just scared stiff. to attend. Electrical .
Nobles, Carol, Ann Pickett, Rose ly. .
Clark Home DestroyedBy see yule Crosby at entertaining
Glad to Popham *Gail Reddish, Henry The Heilbronn PTA held its
Fire Sunday Church Sunday. He said that Richarde, Gail Rowe, Robert Rivers regular monthly meeting Thursday

I The home of Mrs. S. R. Clark Shirley Ann Crawford is doing Sandra Strickland, Sandra night. Appliances

F was completely destroyed by fire much better after a relapse from Taylor Barbara Thomas, Billy The Heilbronn School will close Qq

.- .- .- .- .- .- .- Torode, Martha Landingham.. Friday fc,>r the Christmas holidays S .
following 'a program presented by
10th Grade the first six grades. Gifts will be .
Pearson Cox Gloria Crawford, exchanged in each room. ,Pocket Knives
Ruth Bail Margaret Rose Duncan Mrs. Fredia Norman
For A ,New .Used Car and daughter -
or Shirley Nell Green, Stanley Linda Leroy Norman Jr., and
Green, Myrna Griffis, Jackie Rudolph Sapp visited Leroy Nor- .

See Your Hometown Dealer Ma'tch Hobbs tt William, Billy Moore Home Jan Barbara Mun- man .Sunday.Mr. and Mrs.. Morgan Heath of Guns & Rifles

dorff, Kenneth Noegel, Evlie Rush- Ft. Lauderdale visited relatives 1 1t

ton, Ina Stern, Elizabeth Tatum,,here this week.PINE. 1
Patricia Wainwright, Polly Wait,

11th GradeT. Rods & Reels

\ J. Alderman, Warren Johns, LEVELby .

Tracy Jones, Maxie Wendell Kelly, .
,THEN SEE ED EDWARDS Patty Lawson, Joanne Lee Barbara Mrs. H. Ti!. McRaeiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Ii.
Jean Prevatt, Donald Slade erl
Joann Smith Martha Winkler. Fishing Tackle IS
AT TilE ... We had a large attendance at e / nl
12th Grade ef
church last Sunday with 197 in
Levy Canova; Jimmie Cole, .
Sunday School We to
were glad
Sandra Chambers, Wayne Mat- have with missionaries to .
chett,Jimmie Moncrief, Ona Stern,, Africa, Rev., and Mrs. Schmidt GoodsBUY t
Julia Futch,, Sporting .
Nancy duPre Mary
and children.He brought the morning -
STATE &,LAURA STS. Annette Green, Doyal Roberts,, message. I ,
*Janice Dansby,
Russell Crosby
Rev and Mrs. Hall returned
Jacksonville, Fla. ... Kathryn Kelly Pamela Lawson,, home last Friday after spending a TODAY LAYAWAY 1i .I.Ik

: Jim.Suggs.a few days at Dublin Ga. with his TILL XMAS
tonsilectomy in a Jacksonville,: brother and a nephew who are
St' both ill.We .
.: hospital.We were very sorry to hear ;". '
: AND USED CARS ate supper with ShermarI I STARKEHARD.WARE j .
about Mrs. Clark and family losing
helping him celebrate his 18tl:I
I their home by fire Sunday night .-
birthday anniversary He was no while they were at.church. .
too at the of becoming
TELEPHONE, JACKSONVILLE 3-0672:' happy thought Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and CO.
18 because that means hi e
family of Jacksonville spent Sat-

"... .. ... -,I has.,.to register with Uncle Sam. urday, 'night.' '"with Mrs.Hall's' parents Phone 8 Starke, Fla. I ;is o registered; .trode-mork.' e "".THE COCA< COMPANY '
; the H..'M.!McRaes attended
.. 44 ,
Sunday. Other visi- .
tors Sunday were Mr. and Mrs T. ---

I : $121.45 N. Norman of Heilbronn Mr. and FORD'S NEW RIDE reduces front end road shock up .";w

FREE !:f WORTH OF Mrs..L. A. Crosby of Bayless High "'It! to 80%. New spring'and shock absorber .T' ,: i"...!,_

way, Mr, and Mrs..J. W. McRae, action helps make even the roughest _', '.
Christmas PresentsFor and Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Thornton, roads carpet-smooth. _
and Mr. and Mrs B. M McRae.
Mama, Child and Daddy We are happy to hear that our .

son, Owen McRae will be home for ."'._;" ;w
.ALL THREE IN ONE PACKAGE the holidays from Japan. He will -. _. : $ FORD'S CRESTMARK BODY is hull-tight to
_... .
leave San Diego, Calif. on the --- seal out weather and noise. Its lower,

19th for his home in Jacksonville.Mrs. = .r ,. # wider longer look sets the style" its Full-,,
Given (Absolutely FREE B. M. McRae and daughter Circle visibility adds to your safety. .

Shirley made a business trip to
WITH THE PURCHASE OF ONE PHKY-682 Gainesville Saturday.J. ...
"'" -- .,,
'I'1 .
W. Harrison and son of Provi- ,,),'. .' ..v. ...."."......;'6.' .'' ',-, ",
"" ; :( -
AUTOMATIC TAPPAN GAS RANGEHere's dence were dinner guests of Mr. ,' :::\ f : :
and Mrs. H. M. McRae Monday. ,. "Y''" .,...!,. .,

Mrs Laura McRae of Waldo returned ; ... $
home last Thursday after 3 tz3
visiting the H. M. McRaes and M. .

FREE J. McRaes, and Mrs. Margie Underhill -
of Starke. u.

Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomasand

FOR MAMA, ,, \ children of Brooker visited
Set of Aluminum the H. H. Lewises Sunday. {
Dianne Hall of Jacksonville visi -

Reverie Ware ted Joyce and Gloria Crosby Sun- ,
day.Mr. ,
Price and Mrs. H. H. Lewis visited 7

Mr. and Mrs..Newn Mott and _

$49.95 Mrs. Ophelia Moore .lit Brookerone .,.
Q \ day last week.

S FOR CHILD (1933 Probate Art<< Sw.. 119, 1:0) ''' ..' .
One Boys or GirlsBICYCLE IB the Court .( the County Judge '
# .

; ,.tr.. ... .5"w. :

ner. Price

$45.00 t.. I II

Schick RAZORReg.FOR 20 DADDY Electric I __ 1) Ifs AmeMs'Worth More' SIX -

FUELING makes filling up easier

$2650Some FORD'S MILEAGE MAKER SIX IS from either side of pump.The short

Slip-up! fuel pipe helps make Ford's trunk aAMERICA'S'

__ suitcase too.
Special/ Features of this Beautiful Range

,If someone is injured while ::; No other car at any price offers Take Ford's free-turning over, "

Lift Off Oven Door on your premises, will you such advanced Six engine tea.head valves and Power-Con- .

Oven door can quickly be lifted from range to give access to back tures as Ford's highcomprestoured tombustion chambers ;

and sides for easy cleaning. be financially able to pay for lion Mileage Maker.Take, for which let gas burn more evenly ISM .. .

Beautiful Cove Top Simplifies Cleaning Elec. Clock & 3 1-2 hr. Timer any damage awarded againstyou example bare-stroke, Ford's ratio wbich nearly shortens equal and-itomatic completely.Power Pilot And squeezes Ford'i .

Press Toe BroilerPress ? Will you be able to piston travel, reduces friction the last ounce of power out of ,.
and gives longer engine life. every drop of gas! '1 ''
the pedal-drawer rolls out! Simplifies "peeking," makes it afford legal defense? _

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. Miss- Gayle SewellIs I Christmas DanceAt Miss ShumpertTo 'I'Christmas Party I: -

" Pelican Club Wed Mr. At Cox 'I'
' Engaged Crosby i Home For

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i To Mr. Guissinger A Christmas dance will be given : Demonstration Club I

Saturday night Dec. 19, at the
Members of the Heilbronn'Home
Pelican Clu'under joint sponsor
Demonstration Club and their
ship of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority -
families gathered at the E. L.I STAR STORE
and the Bradford County Jay-
Cox home on the Raiford Road
Music for this informal 4i
> ?ees.
Gladys Mooty last'Saturday night for an eveningof
affair will be furnished by an
Es Phone 35 i seasonal fun. 1
orchestra and admission is $2.50
.. _, The Christmas, motif was car-
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i- .. I"t II per couple.:
i ried out in decorations and gifts WinterD
< Proceeds will be used for the .. '.. for the
. Woman's Club PTA Members r t t ti exchanging among guests
purchase of children's playground
were placed under a gaily decora-
Hears President Hear Mrs. Smith equipment ted tree.

Yft The 21 attending played
t persons
Of Federation : A plea for return to emphasis on. WSCS NoticeThe y. games led by Marilyn Cox 4-H

the true meaning ,of Christmas'was M Club girl and :Miss Dorothy Ross,
"Are you an active member voiced at a meeting of the regular program and busi- .ilt home demonstration agent. Prizes

or do you Just belong" was one Starke':PTA Tuesday night by Mrs. ness meeting of the Methodist W were given for the highest and

of the highlights in the inspiringtalk Gus Smith, former chairman ol SCS will be held Monday after- [..lowest scoring contestants in the
given by Mrs. Walter S. .Character and Spiritual Educationof noon in the church at 3 o'clock. games.

Jones, president of 'the Florida the,Florida PTA Federation of I ;'Mrs. A. ,Z. Adkins and Mrs. E. Cookies made by the town 4-H
Federation of Woman's Clubs at Florida. L. Matthews have charge of the .Club were served with spiced tea

the Woman's Club regular monthly Tables in the school cafeteria, 'program. Following the business [I and salted nuts by the hostess assisted -

meeting and Christmas tea where the meeting was held, were l meeting, which will be conductedby I by her daughter :Marilyn. WAIT GET YOUR
Wednesday afternoon of' last weekin centered with lighted tapers .and I I Mrs. E. K. Perryman, a tea Favors were small red candles in

the club house. red berries and, Christmas greenery ''will be giving honoring new members marshmallow holders with LifeSaver

)Irs. Jones, honored guest speaker were used in decorating.The of the society. handles. JANUARY ;t -
__ at the club meeting also talkedon I
Rev. Wm. S. McAliley con- Enjoying the party were Mr.
juvenile delinquency aid: howit ducted the candlelight devotional.; WeichelHoweEngagement Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Shumpert of and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and son,I
is one of the duties of Women's The annual I Columbia, S. C. announce the engagement Mr. and Mrs. Felix Mr.
: budget was approved Mr. and Mrs. William B. Sewell Told I. Joe Sapp i
CSuba to prevent it. during a brief business session pre- of their t- of their daughter, Mary and Mrs. Tullie Norman and son,
Mrs. J. W, Kincaid president, announce the engagement Ann, to Stanley B. Crosby son of (_ff
sided over' by the president J. W. daughter Gayle to Roger Pearce Gerald, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. White
presided over the meeting and reminded Ritch. Rev and Mrs. C. A. Crosby of and Lynn, Miss Rosa Moore, Miss
that dues must Guissinger, son of Mrs. John
I members During 'the. social hour a pro- Adams Guissinger and the late Mr. Linden, formerly Brooker. The I Edith :Moore Jimmy Moore Mrs.
. be paid by January, Five new marriage will take place on Jan-i Kate Miss Ross,
gram of Christmas music was pre- Guissinger of Baton Rouge, La. ; t Murphy Dorothy
voted into the club: 4)
[ members were* sented by the high school Glee Ark. uary 9 'at 7:30 p. m. in St Paul's and Mr. and Mrs. Cox and chil-
Mrs. V. V. an Magnolia, SALE BARGAINS NOW
Mrs. Paul Raymond I
Mrs. Harmon Morgan Club. Miss Sewell is a, graduate of Lutheran Church in Columbia. dren Marilyn, Linda and Pear-
, Hazen, Miss Shumpert graduated from son.ThomasChadzinsld.
Mrs. J. R. Florida State University where
Mrs. J. R. Kelly and the Columbia, S. C. high school
Garden Club she was a member of Pi Beta Phi All First MerchandiseVOMEN'S
Chambers. x ,: and received her certificate in Quality
Mrs. Hogan Smith, chairman To Meet MondayMembers sorority. A graduate in dietetics, r r secretarial sicence from the Uni
she interned at Mt.'Auburn Hos- M. C. of
of the Christmas decoration con- zc versity of South Carolina. She is _Thomas formerly
test, sponsored by the club re- pital, Cambridge Mass. Starke and son of Mrs. Hester L.
of the ,Garden Club y7 now employed at South CarolinaState
Mrs.P. Mr. Guissinger attended South- Thomas, recently married to SPECIALSONE
ported that her committee will hold their monthly meeting ... Hospital.Mr. was
Mathews, em State College in Magnolia, Mrs. Alice Chadzinski of Niles
L. Bridges. Mrs. Garl Monday evening Dec. 21, at 6:45 Crosby attended the University -
Mrs. R. F. Ark. and is a graduate of Louisi- Mich. Mr. Thomas is employedin
Green and t.
Mrs. Lex
o'clock at the home of Mrs.,W. B. of Florida and later served
Young, met earlier in the weekto ana State University. South Bend, Ind., but he and LOT
Jr. Church St
Mundy on 17 months in Korea and Japan
make plans for the contest Following a .short business < with the U. S. Army. He is now his wife will reside in Niles. ;
which will be judged Monday eve Business Circle t : Ladies Chenille Robes
meeting, members of the club and employed with the Seaboard Rail
books Recent Births
ning, Dec. 21. The year three out-of;town Garden Club Met ,

were given out to members as members will make their annual Monday NightThe road.All friends of,the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Cowen

they arrived at the meeting. It I pilgrimage around town to judge Business invited to the wedding. announce the birth of a son Charles -
Circle of
was voted to make Mrs. Charley the best indoor and outdoor the First David, on Dec. 10 in Alachua I $3.95
for the Baptist Church met Mon-

duration Johns a honorary of her stay member in Tallahassee. Christmas Hostesses displays.for the evening will day night ,n the sanctuary with ..i.n I Beta Sigma Phi General Hospital. $ .

[ the leader, Mrs. !. Russell Norman '
Miss Audrey Newman, Library i|be Mrs. J. R/ Kite, Mrs. W. B. presiding.An ..+ j Members Exchange ill ,
has on her .r.j Pive ,
chairman. Mrs. R. Morse.
Mundy.. Jr.. W.
Mrs. W. inspirational program en- 4 Gifts Monday Night '!
Building Fund Committee Mrs. R. a Buford, Mrs. I. E.Clark k- 1 : $1.93 value NOW
Mrs., T. B. i titled, "The Gift .of God's Love",
B. Sewell chairman, and Miss Dorothy Ross. Mr, and Mrs. E. C. Weichel Jr. '
Harding MfB. H. C.; Ritch, Mrs. I was brought by Mrs. Pearl] of Keystone Heights announce the. Members of'the Beta their Sigma annual Phi 1iY 1 Ladies Blouses $1.49
sorority enjoyed
T. F. Landrum and Mrs. J, A. Schropshier with Mrs. Norman .
engagement of their daughter, ,
TEL Class Enjoys Christmas party Monday night at
Griffin. Mrs. Marian Howe Mrs. J. W. Sandra Linnea, to Courtney E.. .

''Following the was''business turned meetingthe over to i Christmas Party Bitch Mrs> Bertha Fuller and Howe, son of Mr. and Mrs. E.. E.. the dale.home Red of berries Mrs. Robert and Barks.native TUBBY Ih i' I Nylon Panties 49c

program of Mrs. D. R. Derrick taking"part. Howe of Smethport, Pa.. in silver were -
Mrs. K. G. Duncan chairman I The TEL class of the Baptist greenery tipped _
Mrs. Lex Green, WMU president, Miss Weichel is a graduate ol used in decorating. '
; the Music Department who pre- church met Friday afternoon, Dec. and you givea
Bartow, High School and is nowa
sented members of the Lillian 11, in their classroom for the gave an interesting biography of Mrs.. Martha Williams presented

School of Ballet of St Augustine regular monthly meeting and an- the life of Lottie, Moon, after which Junior. Howe at is Penn also State attending University.Mr. Penn',, the' program,Christmas"starting with, followed a film, touch of magic! HANDKERCHIEFSeach 4c
dance "The First
who gave several delightful nual Christmas party. the meeting was closed with prayer State, where he is in his senio, -
numbers with Bill Wall as master The meeting was opened with by a Christmas quiz. At the conclusion night..H't the fabulous Reg. 1,79

of.. ceremonies. prayer by Mrs. R. A. Thomas, : by Mrs. Norman I year. I of the,program gifts were fragrance that scent a whole

,Attractive Christmas decora- president. The devotion was given I distributed from under the gaily series of gifts by Tuuy. Give one FLANNEL GOWNS 99c
tions highlighted points of interest by the teacher Mrs. H. L. Hough. decorated tree by :Mrs. E. W. or g'ft oil..but give Midnightl.J2 now

throughout the club rooms, for Plans ,were made to.fix a Christmas Hayes, sorority sponsor. A gift LADIES Reg. $1.95
the occasion. The tea table' in the box for a needy family. was given each member from her value PAIR

bunge waa overlaid with an Imported The.classroom was decorated for Secret Sister. OVER

lace cloth and centered withan the occasion with poinsettias anda Refreshments were' .served-by } SHOE, now 99cMEN'S
of red Barbara'BarksdalMartha ,' d'
artistic. arrangement small Christmas Jree. Mem1)ersexch.a the hostesses, ,
carnations and large silvered mag- and also l Williams, and Betty DuriIng. .
centerpiece was 1ged gifts gave I With so many church, school 'to change planes in New York *,,., .
nolia leaves. The I teacher I w S
their leader -
three-branched candelabra -' and appropriate and club Christmas parties scheduled I they will leave Jan.12 for the re- SPECIAL

balanced holding by burning red tapers.At .I gifts. for this week and next we're turn trip,- also by plane, and 'expect i ---- R ,
Delicious refreshments were
each end of the table were silver all going to have to carry a little to'remain in England untilJune Wesleyari

coffee services where Mrs. 0. served during the afternoon. notebook to keep up with them ... of 1955 .. Has Yule PartyThe NEWFALL
all the studentswill Hand & Body Lotion. An oU-over }
It-Beasley and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins expect college Glimpsed the following amongthe
WCTU Notice be descending on us too social notes in the Palm Beach Wesleyan Service Guild met beauty lotion..Kenled with Midnight.

presided.,Hostesses for the afternoonwere this weekend,for the holidays ... Daily News: "Mr and Mrs. New at the home of :Mrs. W, B. Sewell dcz.sis; .t $1!, SUITS 3I

Mrs. C. L. #Scholl I Mrs. W. The December WCTU meetingwill Idell Landrum will return home nan D. Wainwright are at their Monday night with Miss Audrey

H.Hart, Mrs..Edward Burns._Mrs. be held Friday afternoon, Dec. today from Duke' University for home on Sunset Ave. for the'sea- Newman as cohostess.Mrs. 54.95

H. C. Ritch,. Mrs. A.v Z. Adkins 18, at 3 o'clock in the home of two weeks and hear that Delano son. Mrs. Wainwright, who is a Sewell, president, conducted .X11.50ONE
] Thomas, who has been studyingat singer pianist and composer will the business meeting after
Mrs. J. T. Mabel St.
Mrs. R. A. Green, Mrs. L. F. Quigley on
Stetson went up for inductionin assist with the Christmas partyon which Miss Newman told about the
Dinkins Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr. Jax Wednesday of last week Dec. 23 at the Tuberculosis needy family to whom the Guild I

and Mrs. George Patten. oring Mrs. Jones. The luncheon and flew to Lackland Field, San Hospital in Lantana.. Among her is giving a Christmas basket. I LOTPRESS '

Preceding the afternoon meeting was under the chairmanship of Antonio, Texas on Friday he'll compositions are Florida (The Mrs. Mildred Sapp presented a

a luncheon was given at the Mrs. J. A. Griffin and her com- be in service for four years. Sunshine State), Happiness My Christmas devotional and :Mrs. M. sneerPerfume A 95

Officer's Club at Camp man 1lng mittee. About 45 members and Did you see Donna Dee Faxonon Heart Tells Me, Chummy Tallahassee W. Cressler led in a program" on Via! To tuck in her pun... And ; if n
and Kingsley Lake U S. A. "Gracious Gifts Are Given. :Miss I WORKSHOES : ,
for club members and guests, hon- guests attended this affair. TV last Friday afternoon on e viol died with the magic scents $]. ,
--- She is a member of the choir of the Newman\ showed an interestingfilm
the "Open House" program where I strip on Christmas. i *
First Baptist Church and a charter -
she was awarded two record albums The hostesses served refreshments -
member of Independent Com- '
r for winning a song contest! Authors to the 18 members present,
posers Publishers Assn.,
Hear that the Hubert Farbers after which Mrs. Sewell demon-
Inc, Miami, and the National
have bought the Ugfow house on strated how to make Christmas
I .lot Assn. for Music Therapy. Their candy baskets with Christmas I JACKETS
f. Lafayette street and Came Ward son-in-law and daughter Rev. and M JACKETS
has the Carl
bought Steinhagenhouse sn
Mrs. Clint Kimbrough, who are I
on Cherry street while the I seniors at Stetson University, willtheir' Reg. $7.95 Reg. $15.95
Stelnhagens moved to St. Peters- St.
Edwards ChurchTo
be guests for the holidays.

burs>: t last Friday. I ... Mrs. Wainwright of course, Have Y Party Blue! Ice Stick Cologne. Midnight I now $5.95HORSE now $12-95
hear that Ida Lou
Glad to
Is known to her'many .. in solid form.
1 I friends in captured o blue stick

1Ja Smith (Dooley Davis) returned II I I Starke as Mary Lee and- wrote St Edwards recreation hall of 24or. . $1.25 HIDEJACKETS 100% NYLON L. S.
home last Saturday after -
her song about Kingsley Lake the Catholic Church will be the

tii'ij.r an operation in St Vincent's while enjoying a vacation there scene of a Christmas Party Sun-
hospital' on Wednesday by the ... SHIRTS
last September day evening at 7 o'clock for all
way, their new address is: L. F, Here's another new one foryour families of the parish. Santa Reg. $22.50

Smith, Jr., Rt. 3, Box 323.Gaines- address book Pvt.. Leonard
) : Claus will be on hand to distribute
ville and two other addressesfor now $18.50 $3.95
; new M. US5317S5U
Noegel, Co. C, gifts to the children.
r your Xmas list are: Charlie 3rd Eng.. CBN! APO 24, care i On Saturday, Dec. 19t the ladiesof s3Cologne.

and Garnita Parker 1581 Moravia Postmaster San Francisco, Calif. the parish will hold a bake -TaSSY..- ,,
Ave.. Holley Hill; and Morris Hear. that the BHS Glee Club, { sale next door to the post office'Mrs. ; Men's Shorts 49c '
and Evelyn (Newsome) Williams, --r
songsters will go out caroling tonight TIES

care of Hercules Powder Co. Lake (Friday)' and if you feel Davis Has Undershirts 39c' 79cFAMOUS
City. Glad to see Scootie Duke in the mood to be caroled-to just ., Party For -the mod exciting girt

: end Adelaide Crowson back on call 330-W leave your name and For Piano PupilsMrs. yoe' hart oz boob 1.25

th- ob after a week's illness. address and the title of your fav- 0 J. W

Cements to Dick Fowler on his orite carol This' should be E. :M. Davis entertained ata 1 COMFORT

promotion to Lt. J. G. -he is now especially nice for shut-ins and Christmas party Wednesday afternoon SHOES

on sea dutv near France and see others who can't for her 25 music
get out for the pupilsat
+;t ,that wife NooWe Fowler is help- usual Yuletide functions the Davis home on Tenth St. GENUINE KIDSKIN $F.95pa/f/

,Fa, r e F s,. out in Mitchell's Drug Store Festivities will open tomorrow A Christmas tree and other ALL STYLESBOY'S .1

UNIVERSE Miss \4\' \dlt"n the holidays. night with a dance at the Pelican seasonal decorations were used in

171 wd' PAIl'r that the Lioness Club Club sponsored jointly by the the party rooms for the occasionand .

Eiponuon e :r; 1nnslpd a fast one on their husbands Jaycees and Beta Sigma Phi during the afternoon each of

bnxtUfROBERTS let. Thursdav night seems the Proceeds will go, as usual, to the pupils! played a piano number. Dusting Powder. Such o lovely way SPECIALSFine

it f.C y. X ,'q .mtertained at a Christmas purchase children's playground Mrs. Davis was assisted in servo to keep fragrant ell over, f/t on..

% ".....v for their husbands,and after, equipment So don't forget ing refreshments by her daughter, with puff . $1.25 .
f."4i them well to
$ 'ig put I Carolyn :Mrs. John Mixon. Tailored DressPANTS
r + a' I wok repairing toys for Christ-
j i.-"s ... Ruth Broadway says ll

Espo'i : : tv-v could still use some more .
5.00 f' :xl. r tk ;;; ; toys to be fixed up for under-
: Truly Expert $2.49 $3.49
t I r-MW t children so take your $2.95

I I*)" tr'hntIons' over to her at:

ar lE 0 .cflnv's service station. 1 l Radio And

I Fe'r the A. H. Henrys got an GIFT HEADQUARTERSWe

1 snPctl and very welcome I SERVICE
45a'.blift 1I ("*r*"tmag present Tuesday when Midnight Combination. Contains Have Something Useful for Every
:I le A'
+' Expos r.w a band. tMr I dnvMer, Martha, and hus- Midnight perfume and lipstick: !i. Member of The Family

t. 'f 11.50 I l>3Ti3 William Saunders breezed ALL MAKES ALL MODELS Midnight Pink or other Tvtty shod S.

{ 'n from Ensrlwsd with a previously Complete . $1.
fla w f4MSt N WaldJ Wokhq 1T !L"ounffll son and heir. Sidney FREE ESTIMATES CALL 239| The
M pdcu fiut lot
.J1f'.baet born last August 11 ...

p..... the Saunderses kept it arprt Most Experienced Finest Equipped( STOREFREE

in order to surprise thenl"1'"t'VSwith
Satisfaction Guaranteed CANOVA *
JEWELRY a brand new grandrn -

: I on th ir Christmas visit ...
And rttrpried they certainly:were! PHARMACY
"Your Friendly Jeweler" J The Saunderses left London. C. ShepherdRadio GIFT WRAPPING
F;..-'nd on a chartered AF plane
I. ( TV Sales & Service Seat Covers!
about 4 p.m. (their time) Monday FLA. Starke, Fla. .
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R. J. Andrewsof I weeks in the Bradford County Tele-I seal at Starke Florida, this for
I Miss Louise Fripp and Miss \ I I.Irs. WSCS Circle Four De- suit divp-ce
r4 I graph. cember IT. 195S. has been filed against you in the
I Etta Fripp of Columbia, S.>C. will Orange Park were Saturday Met Dated this 15 day of December, ..OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby above named Court and cause and
arrive Wednesday to spend the guests of },Ir. and Mrs. R. O. Monday NightMethodist 1953. As Clerk of said Court. you are required to serve a copy of
and Mrs. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 3y Marian L Crosby Deputy Clerk. your answer or pleading to the com-
with their sister Mrs. L. Dansby. Mrs. Dansby Clerk of the Circuit Court
natit1 holidays \ SCS Martin J. Pearl 307 Consolidated plaint on the Plaintiff' Attorney
Circle 4
\ Mrs.
O7&o G..Powell. 'Andrews spent the afternoon in ETy Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. Building, Jacksonville 2. Florida. T. Frank Landrum Starke,
; Strickland and Gainesville. Henry Godwin reader: met Monday 12/18 4t /. Attys. for Pit l/lS.t 1/18 Florida
Mrs. Frow
and file the
night in tho of the original in the office
daughters will spend Friday and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and daughters, nursery IB The Circuit Court Of BradfordI'onatr. NOTICE APPEAR of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
church with Mrs. Godwin Mrs. Florida IB Claa.< C'-71N THE, NEWS In Brooker GoaBty or before the 18 day of January
Jane, were
Saturday with, Mrs. Strickland'sparents \ Janet and Eston Jordan and Mrs. Olin Herbert Lee McCoslin, Plaintiff vs. Fforldai I. Cha.eery.Zbislaw 19$4; otherwise the allegations of
.' Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Moyer last Saturday visiting Mr. and ilarcia Janice McCos-lin, Defendant. M. Rorhr Plaintiff ,'s.Wanda. said Complaint will be taken as con-
rJaSMrs. - -- White, Jr. as hostest.es. Case Xo. 10-252 L. Roehr, Defendant. fessed by you.
Mrs. O. W. Barry. .
in Jacksonville. Order Of PublieatioB
And > tir*
Kate Sheppard of Winter Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Seymour and SANTA: Please bring me an Mrs., O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. An interesting Christmas program To ,,pearl State of Florida Tot .Vatire To AppeartTo Case No. 10-2SJ 19S3.Dated this 17 day of December,
Garden win arrive Saturday to children were in Jacksonville- on Esterbrook fountain nwith WnKincald had as,weekend guests under the direction of Mrs. residence Marcia Janice McCoslin whose : Wanda L. Roehr, whose residence ,(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
and address is 1239ACarolina
Titus Olson and Mrs. Foster Shi : and address Is: Thotnaston. I Clerk of the Circuit Court
spend the holidays with Mr. and Monday.Mrs. "student" point (only $%.37 at MrS: C. L May and Mrs. John Street. San Francisco Cal- Connecticut. :, By Marian L Crosby, Depu4- Clerk.
Mrs. M. H..Sheppard.Mr Jas. A. Griffin was in Bradford County Telegraph- Smith of Albany, Ga. and Mr. and the Smith business was presented. Following I ifornia.You are required_ to appear on You are hereby notified that a 12/18 4t 1 'a
; and Mrs. Joe 'Turlap of Lakeland from Tuesday to Monday Your friend, Mary. Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of Tampa. Mrs. meeting refreshmentswere : January 18, 1954. in the above nam

Waukegan HI. were guests of Mr. visiting-relatives. Sheriff and Mrs. 1'. D. Reddish Kincaid returned to Tampa with served and gifts were exchanged -rE-d Court seeks and divorce cause wherein support plain and i- "-. .-- .-, .-,----,. -, ------.. ,,-- <. .__ -.4_ '.,
and Mrs. Ned Yancey on Thursdayof CHRISTMAS-Begonlaa, African were In Jacksonville on Thursday. the Hoppes until Wednesday. among the 19 members maintenance of minor children.

last week. Violets, and other Potted House Mr. 4nd Mrs. N. B. Rosier were SPECIAL: All-wool Sweaters present.* publish Bradford this County Order Telegraph in next shall four
Friends of E. J. Flynn will be Planter-At SISTRUNrTS.' in :Jacksonville Monday evening & Skirts REDUCED for Xmas weekly issues.Witness '
r happy to hear that he is getting Friends of E. A.. Winkler will. visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ditt- selling at LELIA'S. Woodman Circle my hand and official
along nicely after a major opera- be happy. to' hear that he Is getting Mrs,J. M. Edwards and daughters -'

tion :in the Bethesda Naval Hos- along nicely 'following a mar.HoUis V. Knight, Jr, is on leave Carolyn, Gayle and ,Diane Christmas Party

pital; Bethesda,-'Yd. major operation in Alachua General from Fort Jackson, S. C. visiting and Alton Wheeler of Lake City Members of the Woodman Circle I
Mr. aqc- Mrs: Frazier Shaw and Hospital last Monday. relatives in Starke and Gaines- visited.the Stephen Foster Memorial will have their Christmas partyin .B Ie
Mr. and Mrs: Albert Hardee of Mr: and Mrs. Ned Yancey and on Sunday.
ville for the Christmas holidays. the WOW Hall Tuesday nightat FL': '
Jacksonville will attend the funeral children were In Jacksonville. on NYLONSLIPS $3.9S; Nylon Mrs. -r:S. Hutto and grandson 7:30 o'clock. STARKE .

of Mr..ShaWa sister, Mrs. Saturday.V. Petticoats $2.98; Rayon Pajamas Wayne KInney, spent the weekend :Members are asked to bringa
Laura Howze Reed, in Fort_Meadon Si: St John was discharged $3.98 at LEILA'S. with Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto inJacksonville" gift not to exceed 50c. Hostesses Fri., Sat.-Dec.: 18,19
Friday. from the Lake City Vv A. Hospitallast Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Koch of Norfolk They were joinedon will be Mrs.. W. L. Andrews, DOUBLE FEATUREIn .. "

SPECIAL: AU-wool Sweaters Thursday< Va. are spending ten days Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. M. C. chairman, Mrs. L. D. Green, Mrs. Old Missouri .
REDUCED for Xmas, Mrs. Carl Lamar: Johns and son Wells and Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave. ,
& Skirts with Mrs. E. J. Flynn Eula Mae Conner Mrs. Clayton ,
idling at LELLVS.Mrs. Dave, of Gainesville spent Wed-1 Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickering Mrs; A. F. Sauls and Mrs. W. Wise, Mrs. Fronie Crews and Mrs. With Weaver Bros. & EMry "-
V. S. St. John spent the nesday to Sunday with Mr. and M. Wimberly spent Sunday with AndThunder
and son, Michael, were guests. of 1. Ethel Chambers. The program Is -
SANTA Has His In Starke
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Rich Mrs. Frazier Shaw. I Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lewis in, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Renner In. in charge of Mrs. Henrietta Hunt Headquarters

ard St. John in Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. George Carter of I Jacksonville over the weekend.Lt. Gainesville.Mr. and Mrs. Eunice Wilson.GriffisWaldren. In ,

alao attended the Parade of Cocoa spent the weekend with, and Mrs.. Drew Reddish of and Mrs. Lloyd Green and God's Country AT GEM JEWELRY"The
Homes.. Mrs. J..H. Fields. Archie and Becky Phillipswere .
Fort Eustls, Va and Pvt. Vernon :son, ,
!Reddish from Camp Polk, La. will In Gainesville last Thursday. With Rex Allen House of Fine Diamonds"
last Plus Serial"King of The Congo"'
arrive home this weekend 'Mrs. P. A. Moore returned
to spend
Mr. and Mrs. Griffis of
the holidays with their parents, week from a three-weeks visit the Chapter No. 2 and Cartoon
Starke announce engagementand
L STARKERADIOS 1, Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish.Mr. with her son-in-law and daughter. approaching marriage of their "Has Your Watch Let You Down?"
.. and Mrs G. W. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Moran in
Goodnightof 'I daughter Hazel Jeanette to Ar- Sun., Mon.-Dec. 20, 21 WITH THAT OLD HEADACHE-
I Buffalo Center Iowa and :Mrs. Westberry, Long Island. thur Waldren of Avon Park.
TV SERVICE j Anna Nanum of Joplin Mo. are in MOM: Just a gentle hint The wedding will be an event of Mexican ManhuntWith BROKEN MAIN SPRINGThe -

Florida for the winter. Mrs. Good- Esterbrook Pen & Pencil Sets cost Dec. 24 in Avon Park. George Brent and Hillary
i night is a sister of Mrs. Stanley only.60 at Bradford County Brooks price you pay for your Watch does not GUARAN-

Reasonable Guaranteed ServiceOn : I IE. Durand >and Mrs. Nanum is Telegraph. DAD. Mrs. C. C.Mendoza- of Jacksonville Plus Short Cartoon News TEE Main Spring breakage. WHY? Because ELGIN

'Mrs. Durand's mother. Floyd Howell of Clewiston was spent Tuesday with Mr. and WATCHES and only Elgin Watches, with the Dura-
All' Makes Radios or TV : 'I JANE: An Esterbrook Desk Set the overnight guest Saturday of Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Power Symbol" on the dial guarantee the Main Springin

u is "'hat ,I REALLY need (from Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs. Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines and Tues., Dec 22-ONLY your Elgin Watch will never, never break in service.

IF YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS : $3 'up at Bradford County Telegraph Mrs. L. M. Wimberly and son,,..son David attended the Messiah A MillionaireFor These watches are adjusted r.nd timed to give a Lifetime -
: ) Your Favorite Husband. Sandy of Lake' Butler were Sunday I Deland
|at Stetson University in of service. Beautifully styled for Eye Appeal.
NOT GIVING YOU Mrs. D. C. Forehand and Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. S., last Friday evening. Christy

SATISFACTIONCaB and_ Mrs. Jimmy Prichett and Brown.A. SPECIAL for Xmas: 1 rack With Fred MacMurray and AT ALL
daughter Paige, of Albany Ga. M. Seig of Gainesville who Is, dresses, suits and coats, odd sizes, Eleanor Parker

198-W At t Once I spent the weekend with Col. and working out of Atlanta, Ga., was, at LEILA'S.Miss Price levels to please your purse

jMra. T. T._Long. in Starke last Saturday visitingold Helen Lamberson of Washington Wed., Thur.-Dec. 23, 24
J. M. Edwards was in Miami friends. D. C. arrives this weekend -
$33.75 and
the first part of the week on busi- Mrs. B. A. Pope Jr. and chil; to spend the holidays with Mrs. DOUBLEFEATURE upp to $325
228 E. Call Street Next Door To NasworthysIT'S Bob and Mary Lois 01
dren. Ben, Ruby Collins and Mrs. R. T. Fow- Murder Including Beautiful Diamond Models
ness.Dr.. and Mrs. Howard H. Hardee,, Norfolk Va. will arrive Saturday r

Medical Missionary to Africa* to spend two weeks with 'Mrs ler.Mr.. and Mrs. H. B. Montgomeryof Without TearsWith i iI

who are visiting in tne United Pope's mother Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. I Griffin Ga. are visiting Mrs. Craig Stevens and Joyce I SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY AND BE CONVINCED
States at present and Dr. Har- GOLDFISH. Fantails &:_Black W. J. Chandler and Mrs. W. F. Holden

dee's 'mother, Mrs. J. R. Hardeeof Moors; Aquariums, Fish Bowls-' Godwin this week. !{r. and Mrs. AndInvaders QUALITY HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
Fernandina, have been guests At SISTRUNK'S., E. D. White also of Griffin, spent -
EASY the past three days of Mrs. J. R. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Deavei1 ,of a few days this week with Mrs. From MarsIN Starke's Leading Jeweler

Hardee's brother and sister-in-law, Brunswick, Ga. were Saturday Godwin; while enroute to Orlando. COLOR
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. guests of Mr, and Mrs...C. H., Naa- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Killian of ED SIMPSON Owner
TO TAKE Mrs. Louise Wilson and, 'Mrs. worthy.Mr. Waynesville N. C. are In Starkeon With Helena Carter Arthur

Marion Howe spent Sunday in St. and Mrs. Paul Raymond will two weeks visit. Franz and Jimmy Hunt .- .- -- '> -. .
OWN FLASH PICTURES Augustine visiting Mr, and Mrs. leave Saturday for Belle Glade and HARD a ON PEN POINTS? Buy ... ,. Ii ,_. ._ _. '___ ,_ f

YOUR Raymond Howe, Jr. Miami to spend Christmas with Esterbrook and change your own. 'II....
Prof. and %Mrs. Corbin Scott Mr. and Mrs. Treadwell Strick- Renew points only S5c at Bradford -

CHRISTMAS MORNING, Camel of Bethany College Beth- land and Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Lang County Telegraph.
any. W. Va.. will be weekend and also Mr. and Mrs. Ralph ,Alvarez Mr. and Mrs. E., S. Matthews

WITH ONE OF OUR guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quig- Jr. In Fort Myers., jl,leave today to spend the Christmas -

'ley before proceeding to Ormohd i I NYLONSLIPS $S.98 i. Nylon holidays 'i in ,Orlando. .. with
w ere they will spend Christmas .Petticoat*42 8i Jlayoa! [Pajanjaa, their son-in-law and daughter.'Dr." STARLING'SGROCERY
flash '
I* !Inexpensive ; ataeras'- fwith. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Carnell. $3.98 'at:'LEILA'S., and Mrsl'H- 'McLendon? They
!Mr. and Mrs. George Prior of Miss Sue Biggs of .St., Angus- will accompany their niece, Miss
Syracuse, N. Y. were overnight the weekend with Mr
tine spent Jeanette McLendon who will stop
Will Show You How last Friday of Mr. and Mrs.rRaymond Miss Biggs
i We t guests and Mrs. Leslie Biggs ip: Starke on her way from FSU
.. Howe Sr. white enroute and Joe' :Andrews attended; to,Orlando.'

.Ito Winter Park. the.Messiah at Jacksonville Beach Mr. and Mrs. J.:: T. Quigley were .
''I{, ,Mrs. W. B. Parks is m Atlanta Sunday afternoon.Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. AND MARKET

I FOR SALE OR RENTBullington ., I Ipo Ga. through the holidays with her and Mrs. Cecil Sewell and Johns In Gainesville Wednesday
,son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Rep. and Mrs. Doyle Conner were night. PHONE 70 STARKE, FLA.
t _", I j Mrs. Dameron Black. in Jacksonville Tuesday evening.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmarksaw '
I Mrs. C. J. Harris of Washington and Mrs.. Spencer Crews the FSU Flying High circusin THESE PRICES GOOD THRU CHRISTMAS.

|D. C.Is_ spending this week with and son Billy, and Mrs. P. S. Palatka last Friday night. -
her slater-in-law Mrs. Lex the State Farm spent
I ;Mrs., S. E. Reyes and son and
,Green and Mrs. G. J. McGriff. Sr. from Monday to 'Thursday of last t
and families.Mr. week with relatives in Auburn- Mrs. Richard Ray and children of

and Mrs. J. G. Millican of Jacksonville were visiting their Lbs
Palatka were Sunday guests of dale.DEAR BOSS: I'd like an Ester- parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp, 5

W. Call St. Starke Fla. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney.Mrs. brook fountain pen with "special last Saturday.
105 C. W. Denny and granddaughter "clerical" point (only $2.37 at Sugar
Jean Lanier of Savannah Bradford County Telegraph- ,. IXOTICU TO A..FARI. With $5.00 OrderOr
I ClrtBlt Court Bradford Counts
Ga. were'weekend guests of Your Girl Friday. Plortdnt !. ("haD",",. Over
Mr. and Mrs. W. Nollman. Mr. and Mrs.- L E. Jordon of Dorothy Edward Cunningham Cunningham. Plaintiff Defendant., vs. ..
Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonville Ovieda are spending several days Case No. 10-247
.. "" spent the weekend with Dr. and this week with Mr.,'and Mrs. T. To: Dorothy Cunningham whose'
,.. residence and address is: 7222-153rd
Mrs. W. E. Middleton. J. Griffin. Street.Kew Garden Hills, New York
THE FLORIDA THEATRE AND ITS ENTIRE Rev. W. S. McAliley and John Mrs. T. B. Harding was In Ton are hereby notified that a

PERSONNEL WISH YOU ALL A r i Mixon Men of attended the Western the ,rally District of the of Jacksonville.Mrs. Eva last C. Ray Friday of ClncinatII suit against"prrt for and'you Divorce cause In the and has above you oeen are named filed required CELERY 2 for 1SC SNUFF I 10C
of answer -
Suwannee to serve a copy your
Presbytery at the Pres
Happy Christmas t Ohio who has been spendingthe or pleading to the complaint
byterian church in Lake City last past two monthes with her on the Plaintiffs Attorney. ,
Evan{ T. Evans 103 Law Exchange -

And A Most Prosperous New Year t. Sunday BIRD afternoon.CAGES Feed, etc.-A1SISTRUNK'S. C.son-in-law W. Colson.and daughter will be joined Mr. and by Florida.. Building Jacksonville.- Ibs
and file the original In the office of
her husband, Mr. Ray, on Christ- the Clerk of the Circuit Court. on LETTUCE 2' 19C 1 GRITS 5 35CAny
C. H. Nasworthy and W. H mas Eve and both will returnto or before the
to Nollman attended the Rotarj their home on the 26th. 18 day of January. 1954;

luncheon in Keystone Heights last, SPECIAL for Xmas: 1 rack' otherwise Complaint the will allegations be taken as of con-sale

FLORIDA Friday. dresses<< suits and coats odd sizes,I fessed by you. Brand PURE BLACK
Mrs. John and ,, This notice shall be published
Tilley daughter at LEILA'S. once each week for four consecutive tall for
Pat of Ocala were weekend guests I .
Dedicated To Community Service I of Police Mr. and AF2c'and Mrs. Robert Mrs.E. Lewis Wm. ....

"Movtea Are Better Than Ever" 8 PIECE
,Saunders the former Martha Henry -

If yon find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad arrived home Tuesday, from CANS CHUCK

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS their base in L/mdon, Eng- LIVING ROOM'GROUP
land to visit Mrs. Saunders parents 'Ib

Sat DOUBLE,; Dec. 19 FEATURE- ONLY Tues, Wed. .Dec. 22, 23 until, Mr.Jan.and 10. Mrs; Ai H, Henry t PUMPKINS 2SC STEAK 39C

JEANNE Eddie artmann is in Chapman.Ala. i
on business this week. 11 I
V GRAIN Paul Knight who spent the past $139.S? 2 FOR BRISKET

three weeks in Starke with his

mother Mrs. D. E. Knight and Phone 80 Starke. Fla. COCONUTS 2SC STEW 'Ib 29C

-It brother, Hollis V. Knight. left
Monday for New York City. Mr. 1-OTTOMAN
Knight has spent the past two 1-COCKTAIL TABLE .
:years in Europe as Radio Director 1-PLASTIC PLATFORM 2-TABLE LAMPS 10 LBS. 2 CANSPOTATOES
$ HNWAE and Producer In Munich Germany.He ROCKER 1-SOFA BED

lair cep MU t> ,, will resume his former positionas j
--'AND -- a program director with the 29C TOMATOES 25Ci

., National Broadcasting Co. t
HELL GATE ? r ti _, -, ,'" -, ._- TOM: If you could read my a
mind ;you'd get an Esterbrook rte: ,
Plus "No Place Like Home" Cartoon -. CARTON
Also "Mother Hens Holiday" Car purse pen (only $ .37 at Bradford : doz
Loon and Chapter No. 8 Serial and Latest World News County Telegraph.-HELEN. ORANGES 2SC

CARL JOHNS Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haile of L COCA COLAS VC[

MRS. MARIAN HOWE Miami will spend the weekend !
with Mr: and Mrs. W. G. Hale.Mrs. .
Thur., Fri. Dec. 24,25 Elmer Thomas and Mrs. .ra+ i'' t '

Sun., Mom Dec. 20,21, tIN frOLORII ;,, T: F. Colson were in Gainesville ONIONS 3 Ibs 14C 1/2 gal '"-

I i Saturday. LARD 69C
Rolls V. Knight spent the weekend t s* .
I in Tallahassee on business.
I Charlie Powell and Herschel
CHUCK Tender
Crosby are working In Cocoa for 1 OCEAN SPRAY

;1-"" .e.rW rV-F I. a few Mr.weeks.and Mrs. Ed Prevatt and Similiar To ROAST Ib 29C ranberrySAUCE/ lgcJOTICE

,, if KATHRYN HOWARD : family and Mrs. E. Lennon visited Above Picture I It
; t .
.... GRAYSON'KEEL Mr. and Mrs. Lather Lennon in
r k.., 1 ii' Jacksonville on Sunday. L t
_. ANN MILLER Bradford Locke' who was home
Has "Bully For Bags' Cartoon I I 1 for the weekend from his base in I Small Down Payment Easy Terms We Deliver Orders on Fridays and I II
Norfolk, Va., has returned to his
and Latest World News. Plus "Nostradamus and Queen Saturdays!
US !
base but will be back with his SEE I
family in Starke for Christmas. I

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YYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Four feet long nine rattles and a of fine young tomato plants, so .of Lawtey about the price of cows '-.- 4 ." ,' ,_
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button Nothing's got a right to we cleaned out a protected spot and she said that when the price ., ':--. ...=-.,...., _; ::_w; -. ... -,,.-.._ ,__..,-_ ".- ';,- '. ,- -. '__->_oiF?;; : '. _..:..:',.., "';_,
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/ FARMER'SDIARY be thaUugly! next to the sheds in the back, and she for -
was good got $75 one calf
we'll set them out. We did this but that the last time she sold
Our Roadside Market Is backin i'last year and we had some fine some she got that. "amount for BIG ANNUAL I CHRISTMAS I SALE !!
operation again. Vfe have turnips early tomatoes. five head.
mustard onions and radishesnow 'I S -
.. The author win be glad to receive and pretty soon we should Read that Secretary of Agriculture The new crotalaria that Z. W .pSJ5Ti! *am-pa items of Interest concernIng have a lot more. The Englishpea Benson stated that far! Hamilton is,raising sounds like a 7, Many More Items On Sale Not Advertised Here Come In Now
the activities of farmers In vines have peas on them mers must remember there are wonderful cover or grazing crop. And Stock Up On Your Christmas Candies, Fruits, Nuts And Also Don't For-
Bradford County.Suggestions maybe and it looks as if we'll have peas others who earn their living How can you beat anything that get Your Christmas Tree!

left at the Telegraph office or i before we have. berries. through farm produce. We improves your soil and feeds your \ '''...,....,-'
mailed to Sam McGarveyv Lawtey scarcely think it necessary to re- stock at the same time? \ ilrplll/ll IlIllls
We were very sorry to hear mind farmers- of that, when so .' m
By Sam McGarreyLllllllllllllll about the death of Preacher often they get a relatively small But we think we'd like to try
t. Knight's son (of Maxville) caused percentage of the retail selling
...... ............... .. someSesbania, too as a cover :::::::.
------------------------ by an accident in which a tractor price, after taking all
r------------------------ practically crop. One thing about it that Impresses :::::::
Early in the week we were I A heavy rain soaked our farm toppled back on him Sam used to the risk. And after all, if the us is that it will grow so =-==
still at the job of setting out I this week and we won't have to be reckless in handling our tractor Secretary of Agriculture doesn't dense that it will kill Bermuda =--
more berry plants. We have just worry'about having enough moisture but the more he drives it the look out for the interests of the grass.. If we had been smart :-::
about completed our patch, but in the soil;? for quite a while more careful he becomes. In fact, farmer who the heck will? (which.we are not, of course), we ::::; .
are fining out One bed with now. The temperature was rather he thinks that a farmer can't be would have planted' that in right -
"ring-outs". Expected get it high, and our crops grew welL too careful. Guess we'll have to give up on field in a section where the grassis as nptttf .
done this week but the unexpected The Irish potatoes, for example, the present location of our attempted I getting bad, instead of planting
happened as usual. So far in keep right: on growing. We've heard folks exclaim over orchard,' as we. have had the field solidly in hairy indigo.
farming, the unexpected is the ., how good freshly dug Irish potatoes :' no success there yet. Apparently i/I/III"-
only thing we can be pretty sure Bill Haas stopped in to see how taste, but didn't appreciateit it is much too low there, and when When reading a western story
Good Thru Dec. 26
until we started digging some the root down and finds Sat.
of. our Rescue grass was doing. It tap goes not long ago we were amazed to
e. was just sprouting but the rye of our fall crop. Why they're bet- nothing but water water and come across a scene in which a
We're still resetting a few is up and growing pretty welL We ter than any we've ever had J be more water it can't do much. very bad man was attacked by a
plants taking up good runners to showed Bill our field full ,of hairy fore. We're looking around now for a cow. Now we know doggone well $S or More Order)
replace plants that, are just sitting indigo and he told us it would be better drained place to use. that a wild cqw will "fight" you,
- there like sick ,ducks. It is well worthwhile to gather some Greener and greener gets the but the remarkable thing about
much too late perhaps for the the seed. Incidentally we were front sedge grass field, and we Leo is chained, and the cats this cow in the story was that
average grower around here to set talking to him about some sandy enjoy watching it grow. We'll nev- have been more and more careless she reared up like a horse and
I any plants 'out, but our season spots and he told us that one er get over the thrill of seeing lately. And sure enough he struck out with her front hoovesas 83CSUPERMIX
i$ quite different. The longer our farmer went so far as to dig outa green things growing in winter caught one this week and we now weapons. :Maybe the writer is
season goes on the better we likeit -sandy patch and replaced it and then too we know that our have one less cat. Leo was in dis- right. Maybe the sharp horns that
as we can sell right up to with manure but before long the cows will have some mighty good grace with Alice; but it does no most cows wear are only good for
June. spot was dead as ever. eating In 'a little while. good to scold or whip him. He hanging a hat on.
e e e t 9 % hates cats! *
Mr. and' :Mrs. Davis of Starke No neW developments on our The tiny broccoli' plants whichwe I I Our berry patch has a scattered SNOWDRIFTCRISCO (Limit 1 with $5 or More Order)
stopped and gave us a batch of great chicken robbery. All of the rescued from the heavy fall Read an article in a farm paper crop of bloom throughout. We're
lettuce"and endive plants. They folks we talk to about it are con- rains are doing fine, and it should this week about treating pine guessing. that lots of folks will .
are fine plants and we would vinced that it was done by a gang not be too long before we'll have posts, and it reminded us that be picking berries soon.
have been propel of raising them. and if that is the case they will some. We have more to set out we'll have to get busy if,we can ]
Endive is not too well known, but be after more chickens in our soon, Texas 107 and we notice I and get some more cut, skinned, See where the first pint of ber- 79c
it helps to give a sharp taste to county. Hope that if they try it, that there is another variety, and drying. One thing we have ries at Plant City brought, $185! r
Waltham 27, which sounds good. learned about t.hlS'method is that You know, after all the
a salad of )lettuce onions radishes they catch a load of lead. We certainly : hoeing
do miss those fine fresh e I both the,outer and the inner bark raking, weeding, dusting, spraying,
eggs. While talking gardening to Mr. must be removed for a good re- bending, mulching, not to men
Sam was laid up again this S' Sewell of the bank,. we told him sults. We would like to get a system tion bedding acmeing, boarding, DIXIE DARLING
week with another infection in Our neighbor "Mac" Griffis and of our difficulty in getting spinachto started so that we'd always fertilizing, setting,' re-setting Sliced
his foot. There is no way that Herbie Cruse were out on the grow. He asked why we didn't have some posts on hand, to use wheel hoeing, knelling, crawling,
this can be treated except throughthe sand hills east' of here the other try raising some Tendergreens, a as necessary. I picking and packing that berries
bloodstream, but a double"shot" day gathering a load of wood, cross between mustard and spi involve that price is just about 2-lbsEach
penecillin knocked the when Herbie spotted a gopher nach. It sounds very good, so we'll Got a new seed catalog this right! Fruit Cake' 1.79
bugs kicking 'We can be thankful hole.*They poked around it, and get some seed and plant. week and we read it practicallyfrom -
nowdays for the modern miracles then Mac shouted: "That ain't no cover to cover. There's a lot HARD TO PLEASE? Give him

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oG teased by you. By' Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Danyluk, Defendant.
This notice shall bo published 12/11 4t l/l Cue No. 10-214
once each week for four consecutive Order Of P.bUe.tl.a And N.tlee T.
"RADIO. weeks In the Bradford County Tele NOTICE TO APPEAR Appears State .( Florida Tot
ART'S TV SERVICES graph I. ClwnH Cost Bradford C.at7i, Ethel Danyluk, whose residenceand
. And Da ed this 3 day of December. Florida IB CmaaeciT- address is: S87 Kosculsko St.,
19iJ. Leonora A. Gilbert, Plaintiff vs. Brooklyn New York.
andRANc (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles J..Darby Lawrence Bob dUbertDefendant.Case You are required to appear on

RADIQS -TELEVISIONS. ;. RECORD PLAYERS By Marian Clerk L; Crosby of the, Circuit Deputy Clerk.Court Kotlcc T. Appear No. 10-225 January Court 11 and, 1954.cause in the wherein above plain named For

RECORDERS INTERCOMS AND P..A.SYSTEMS 12/4 4t 12/25 To: Lawrence Bob Gilbert whose tiff seeks divorce and
custody sup-
and address is: 241 East port of minor child. Crops & Livestock
NOTICE TO APPEARla Chester Street. Long: Beach New
All Makes Repaired and InstalledWith Florida Circuit IB Court Caaaeerr., Bradford Couuty, York.Ton publish Bradford this County Order Telegraph in next shall four 6Gainesville
are hereby notified that weekly issues.
Quality Parts by Factory Trained TecJmkians Chester Lee Mitchell Plaintiff, vs. suit for
Luvern Mitchell Defendant. Divorce custody and support of Witness my hand and official seal Production
AND SERVICE Case No. 10-%%' minor child at Starke. Florida, this Dec. 9. U5!. Credit Association
GUARANTEED PARTS Bj Geo. T. Hnggias Notice T* Appear has been filed (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby
To: Luvern Mitchell whose residence against you in theaftove As Clerk of Said Court. 620 X. Main St.

CALL 203 OR 229 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.I County Agent Street,and Philadelphia address Is 10.: 72S Pennsylvania. North 17th- you,are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and ofyour Zach By Marian H. Douglas.L. Crosby 505, Lynch Deputy Build Clerk Gainesville, Florida
answer or pleading to the
Extension Service
Agricultural ing. Jacksonville, Fla.
complaint the Plah
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You are hereby notified that a Attorney Evan T. Evans, 103 Attys. for Pit. 12A1 U 1/1
Tobacco: Plant Bed ture much better. be stood suit for Law
....... .... 1 .It can Exchange Building:, Jacksonville -
'..... w.--'- '-'-'- '---1. You can still treat your .bed I around the barn under a tree, or has Divorce been filed against you (n the Florida .
and prevent weeds com eting with: piled inside or outside. It can be above named Court and cause and and file the original In the office of '
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
t c the growth of your plants. l left in the field, and cut as need you your are answer required or to pleading serve a to copy the of sr before the on t Santa Claus Says it

I i i : :Methyl Bromide is a product ed, until frost damages the fodder. complaint, on the Plaintiffs otherwise 11 day of January 1S54.: 1
allegations of ea16

I GIFT BOXES E S 1 ,,I that can sewing be used the only tobacco a few-seeds daysbefore I dairymen I have feeding some experience sugar cane with and Law sonville.Attorney Exchange Florida Evan T.Building Evans, Jacked 103 Complaint This by you.notice will shall he taken be as published conf ess- P! '=' .' SEE THE BIG BARGAINS 1

Methyl Bromide ,is very poisonousand I comparing feed records with same and file Clerk the original In the office of once each week for four consecutive
the of the Circuit Court
t on IN
i.' PPLE.PINK. i requires special equipment number of cows during samemonth or before the weeks graph.In the Bndtord County Tele
NAVEL PINE : for applying the previous year. The difference 11 day of January. 1954; Dated this 4 day of December,
otherwise the allegations of said NEW AND USEDWATCHES
The Board of County Commis in actual feed costs vanefroth' d Comillaint 1953.
Ri I will be taken as confess
1 Oranges Oranges Grapefruit : sioners approved and -we have 25 to 40 cents per day per ed This by you.notice shall be published, (0FICClerk of)the Charles Circuit A.Court .

purchased a complete set of this, animal saving. once each week for four consecutive By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy' Clerk. pt AT

, .1' By Fast Express Guaranteed Delivery !, equipment which includes a plastic Snap Corn A Good Feed weeks, in the Bradford County Telegraph U/ll U 1/1

i 'cover and special applicators. Only 7 or 8 percent crude protein Dated this 5 day of December, IB Circuit Court Bradford County,

We plan to assist In treating a Is contained in ground snap 1953. Florida IB Chaster
Joseph Danyluk. Plaintiff, vs. Ethel
FINEST QUALITY SELECTED SIZES I few tobacco beds. If you are in corn. That. is better than none at Clerk of the Circuit Court

5f TREE RIPENED, DIRECT FROM GROVEMARMS \1, terested in treating ,,your bed, all but it is not enough for bestresults By! Marian: L. Crosby, Deputy 12/11 4t Clerk.1/1 I
your only cost will be the MethylBromide in feeding the material. BULOVA ELGIN SWISSA

used. In fact we wouldlike The addition of 20 to 25 poundsof It OTICE TO APPEARs
to treat bed in ( cottonseed meal would I Circuit Court. Bradford. Duty * Compete! Line of All The Newest
fI f FRUIT SHOP i; a different give youa Florida la C... r,. :1
communities for purpose of. dem mighty good feed. Protein is the Joseph I. Triplett. Jr., Plaintiff vs. In :

onstration to other growers. key nutrient. Animals must haveit Virginia Triplett, Defendant.
Case No. 10-235
North Temple Avenue By using Methyl Bromide you I if they are going to make efficient NetlCOt' To Appear.To TV COSTUME JEWELRY

can use the same bed year afteryear. use of other feeds. If your residence: Virginia W. Triplett. whose .
and address is: 605 South
JIlt Fertilizer should be appliedat animals are on green pasture they Queen Street, Martinsburg, West At Prices .

td ., f 11 i1 !, least a week before or after: are probably getting, their required Virginia.You are hereby notified that Sets
treating. Beds can be planted in amounts of protein. If they suit for Divorce a You Can Afford To Pay

t 24 to 36 hours after treating. are not, cottonseed meal is your has been filed against yon in the .
tbove named Court and cause and Davis
This product is effective in treatIng best product. you are required to serve a copy of SEE us. FOR;
'.il'. l\ any type seed bed. Cottonseed Meal Salt Mineral(I your answer or pleading to tit

Santa Says.; ; Save Sweet Potatoes Recommended proportions i in complaint on the H. V.Plaintiff'sAttorney Knight, Starke, Tires EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING

'f' ; Some who have not dug sweet making up this mixture are 70 Florida
and file the original In the office
potatoes will be forced to do so salt.and 10 pounds red mineral. If of the Clerk of the Circuit Court WILLIAMS JEWELRY
you leave out the mineral make i it on or before the Radios
very soon.,One of the good quail- 11 ,
day of January 1954;
ties in sweet potatoes is that .,you pounds cottonseed meal, 20 pounds otherwise the allegations of said
GIVE THE GIFT can save them for future market. 75 and 25 respectively. Complaint will be taken as con PHONE 375 151 W. CALL ST.
i fessed by you.
\ We have a little folder, which was NOTICE TO APPEAR This notice shall be publishedonce Washing ,
Vi ( printed at Gainesville, that tells I. Circuit Court, Bradford C.uaty, each week for four eonlecutiveweek's

I THAT KEEPS about curing and storing Florida IB Cfeaarrrr.Henry in the Bradford County Tele- '. -- -- '. .'. ... '.. ..
you D. Key, Plaintiff, vs. Jose- > : '"- : > '" : ::'- -=-: : .- _: .- :: ;:
sweet potatoes. A tobacco barn is -ihine Bey, Defendant. .Dated this 9 day of December. Machines
Case Xo. 10-%!4
ideal to cure potatoes for later (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
ON Notice To Appears
r"1t.. market. The leaflet ist yours if To: Josephine Bey whose residence Clerk of the Circuit Court. Gas
you want it. 'and address is: 4 Columbine By, Marian.L Crosby Deputy 12/11 4t Clerk.1/1 Stoves Shoot
Valley Stream. New York. Turkey
Sugar Cane For Feed You are hereby notified that a

.1 Few folks are using sugar cane cult Divorce for custody and of IB Circuit NOTICE Court.TO Bradford APPEAR Coumty, RefrigeratorsElectric
$$10 LAYS AWAY% J t for' cow.feed. It is good and easily minor children support Florida IB Chaacery.
Ellis Borden Plaintiff vs. Gloria
kept. If the cane is stacked so the has.been filed against you In the
above named Court and Borden Defendant. Case No. 10-236
cause and
1 ends remain in contact with the you are required Notice To Appears SATURDAY
to serve a copy o( DEC. 19TH
ground, the cane will hold mois- your. answer or pleading to the' To: Gloria Borden whose residence Stoves ,
complaint on the Plaintiffs and address is: 19 River
I YOUR TELEVISION SET Attorney Evan T. Evans, 103 Street, Lake Placid, New York.
Law Exchange Building. Jacksonville You are hereby notified that a Outboard 10:00 A. M.
Florida suit for Motors
I **: MONUMENTSLOWEST and tile the original In the office of Divorce, custody, control and
I With Appointment for Installation for {\ the Clerk f.r the Circuit Court on support of minor children CALL STREET AT FLORIDA LIGHT AND
1 or before the has been filed against you In the

Christmas. See us now while the Best Appointments PRICESI I otherwise 11 day of the January allegations, 1)54; of said you above are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of Wizard Batteries POWER CO.Sponsored .

Complaint will be taken confess your answer or pleading to the com
'I are Still Available. 4 FINEST QUALITYINo ed by you. plaint on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT.
This notice shall be publishedonce Frank Landrum, Starke Fla. "Why Pay More By
Extra ChargeFor each week for four gonsecutive and file the original In the office of
weeks in the Bradford the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
County Tele
Only For Setting In Or Near graph. before the 11 day of January. 1954; STARKE LIONS CLUB
i NOW $219.95 J Dated this 4 day of December, otherwise the allegations of said \
STARKEWrite 1953. Complaint will be taken as confess When We Sell fore
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ed by you
Clerk This notice shall be published
of the Circuit Court
-- By Marian L, Crosby Deputy Clerk. once each: week for four Proceeds To Go For Sight' Conservation
I 12/11 4t 1/1 weeks in the Bradford County Tele ?

i 1.7" RCA NusO.wr \ I. The Court Of-The County Judge, graph.Dated this 9 day of December. LCSSYlestern
VITOR! III .tad. For Bradford Count? 1953.
Florida In Probate (OFFICIAL. SEAL) harles A. Darby
- ; .. .... .IN RE: Estate of "DANIEL ''ERN >"*.Clerk- of the Circuit Court.
11' For Free Folder EST KNIGHT. also known as D LARGE
I E., KNIGHT, Deceased.
't All persons having claims or demands Ht
BTTABtlSHED 1930 against the estate of Daniel, COLONIALFLORIST
Ernest Knight also known as D. E!
c MONITOR 71S MUST ST. Knight, deceased, are hereby noti-
i W/Htfce J JI MCWONVJUl tied and required to file their claims TURKEYS
rtOUDAATTENTION in the office of the County Judge of t

, a County Bradford Court County House, Florida.at Stark In the e, tarke, Fla. J. F. Jaudon

Florida, within eight calendar
,. II months from the date of the first
publication of this Notice, or the FLOWERS
Improved "Magic Monitor" same will become void according to : '
circuit system screens out static. law.This December S, 195}. For All Occasions

steps up power:..ouloma'ically'' N. L. KNIGHT,

q 2.Improved "Deep Image" t\ If You Have Executrix Will and Testament of the Last of D.Will E. PHONE 218 hOLIDAY !

t.n. ''' turn tub*-for finer,lifelike,d.ep11 Knight, deceased SPECIAL
TIMBER TO SELL 12/11 4t 1/1
image pictures. \\ I

tr : 3. New lonJl-cli tance reception IiIr.creases PINE OR CYPRESS I Florida. Circuit IB Court Chancery.Bradford Count,I (j) 5 i

sound sensitivity. I Richard Jones Jr.. Plaintiff. *s.: 5t
I Large or Small Tracts Louvenia Griffin Jones, Defendant.I iI
4. New automatic UHF-VHF tuner Ii Case No. 10-2 ST '
"e (Optional at extra cost). I We Buy All Order Appear Of PobllcatUa State of Florida aid Notice Te DISH GARDENS LADIES I !
. To: Louvenla Griffin Jones, whose
't' Of, :; ... 5.Now'wid., range: o' cabinets residence and address is: Unknown: POTTERY '. "
: 4 -more styles than ever I IM PAY TOP PRICES You are required to appear on -
January 11. 1S54. In the above na mPOTTED have heard about ;
Ii ed Court and cause wherein plain PLANTS you I
17.I.cb GI.MaIe-consolett. Q tiff seeks divorce. Bradford Coun "I Ic
cabinet finished In ihoded auburn.CHAS. ty Telegraph shall publish this Order Flowers Wired
iJf in next four weekly Issues.
Write or Call Witness my hand and official tea o 00 ,i
at Starke Florida, this December Anywhere THIS NEW

f J 10.(OFFICIAL 1953. SEAL) Charles A.Darby Nona St. Starke I
B11HOMASLUMBER As Clerk of said Court
a SHEPHERDRADIO By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Zach H. Douglas. 60S Lynch Building ,
CO. Jacksonville Florida. MAGIC CHEF
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isoa Street, Wilmington. Dela ate. ,
GIVE HIM A. cult Tou for are hereby notified that a] "

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ratification of
separation agreement ,
hag been filed against you ia theand I INSTALLED "+
) above named Court and effuse
YOU are required to serve a copy of ,
your answer or pleading to the complaInt .r ,
Practical on the Plaintiff's Attorney only
William D. Morgan. 507 Clark
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; end file the original In the office ,1
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court oa
or before the 4
day of. January.
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FRIDAY... DECEMBER 18. 1953r -
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VVVVVVVYYTVVVYVVTTYTTTYY Ia NOTICE TO APPEAB You are hereby notified that a Order In next four weekly Issues. otherwise the allegations of Mid
Clreait salt for
Court. Bradford Cuty. written instrument purporting to be Witness hand and official Complaint
1 Flaridai U my will be taken aa confess- Divorcehas
Caaaeery. the Last Will and Testament of said seal at Starke, Florida this December ed by
STATE E. been filed yon in
FARMaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAf4 Ruth Arnold.Arnold..Defendant.Plaintiff, vs. Eva decedent has been admitted to pro- 2. 1953.OFFICIAL. This notice shall oe published above named Court against and cause and
'" bate in said Court. ( SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs onoe each week for four consecutive
.: % ? Case No. iQ-206 You are hereby weeks in the you are required to serve a copy
I N-E-W-S Jfotlce T. Appear. six calendar commanded within Clerk of said Court craph. Bradford County Tele- your answer or pleading to the complaint *
months from the By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
To AttorneyJ.
Eva Plaintiffs
."':" : Ruth Arnold whose residence date of the first Dated this :3 on the
-t publication of this Charles R. Hess. 204 Guaranty Life day of December
Donald 4Z6 E. For
:4i Friday. December 11th. Mrs. and address is: 32 East Mc notice to appear In said Court and Bide. Jacksonville, Florida. 1953. GIDsofc.
Millan Jacksonville FUu
Bill Haas Street Cincinnati .syth Street.
"By Willie Knight was hostess for a You are hereby 19. Ohio. show cause. If any you can. why Attys. for Pit. 1Z/4 4t 12/25 (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby and file the original In the office of
'. notified that '
a a the Clerk
r action of said Court in admit Pearl W. Cartwright. Defendant. of the Circuit Court
Court oa
--.: 'a U. S. SOILCONSERVATION linen and lingerie shower in hon- suit for Divorcehas ting said Will to probate should not Case No. 10:218 By Marian L. Ciosby.,Deputy Clerk or the before Clerk of the the 4 dayIt Circuit January
',' .. -.; or of Miss Gloria Jean Brooks of, above been filed against you In the stand nnrevoked. ____ 1Z/4 4t 12/J5 1954; otherwise the allegations of
named Court and cans and Theron A. Yawn County Judge. NOTICE TO APPEAR .
said be taken confessed
will a*
x SERVICE Jacksonville. The home was beau you are required to serve a copy of Bradford County Florida. la Circuit Caart. Bradford Caaaty, NOTICE TO APPEAR Complaint by
tiful with seasonal flowers, the your answer or pleading to the ,First publication on December 4, Fiends la Chaaeery. IM Circuit Court. Bradford Oaatr This notice shall be published
complaint on the Plaintiffs 1953 Barton L. Cart 'rl8'ht. Plaintiff vs. Florida IB Caaaeerr. consecutive
-- each week
--- once for four
table was laid with a white lace Attorney A. J. Thomas. Jr.. U/4 4t 12/24 N llce T. Appear.To E. T. Hayes Plaintiff, vs. Carrie J. weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
cloth and an artistic Starke. Florida : Pearl W. Cartwright whose Hayes,Defendant graph.
The F. F, A. boys under the I 'planted is growing like'every- arrange- and file the original In the office NOTICE' TO APPEAR residence and address is: NaamaQ Case No. 10-208 Dated this 27 day of November.
supervision of Mr. Ferguson ,and thing. It looks like a .larger and ments of roses and fern. On of er the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court IB Clreait Oonrt. Bradford Caaaty Road R.F.D. No.3. Wilmington Settee To Appear. 1953.
Games were played,prizes Florida la Delaware. To: Carrie J. Hayes whose resi
won by
", Mr. Kitchens[ have fenced the :F healthier plant to me. I feel the 28 day of December 1913; Tressie May Jonnard. Plaintiff vs. You are hereby notified iaat" a dence and address is: Waachesi (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darbr
Mrs. Ena Clerk of Circuit Court.
Taylor of Lake Butler otherwise the the
F. A. and Bradford Soil'-Conser increased grazing, I will get from Mr. Howard Griffin ,. Complaint will allegations be taken as of con-said George R. Jonnard Defendant. suit for North Carolina. ET :Marian L. ,Cr lb7. Deputy Clerk
and :Miss fessed Case No. 10-220 Divorcehas You are hereby notified that a UH U U/ii
.nation District's demonstrationaland Argentine will defray the lightly by you.
Jf.tlee T. Appear. been filed
Ombra Brooks of Jacksonville. This notice shall 'be against you in the
nursery plot.. The boys have higher cost of seed. each week for four publishedonce To: George R. Jonnard. whose above named Court and ,cause and .
,also planted a demonstration plotof I The hostess served delicious re- weeks In the Bradford County consecutive Telegraph residence and address is: Unknown. you are required to serve a copy ot ,,- .-_ --.. ...
freshments of decorated cakes in Your are hereby notified that a your answer or pleading to the
36 .different kinds of winter I Dated this 24 day of suit for Annulment and restora- complaint on the Plaintiff
I' at Sam McGarvey'splace November
pink and blue with nuts and cook HERB
which 1953. tion of former name Attorney William D. Morgan; THOMAS RESTAURANT
plants, was purchas-
forage the other day. Sam was re- ies and 'punch to the 24 guests has been filed against you In the 507 Clark Building Jackson
,eel from the Agronomy Club at (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby above named Court and cause and ville. Florida
:the' 'University of Florida. Mr. setting a few strawberry plants present. By Marian Clerk L. of the Circuit Court. you are required\ to serve a copy of, and. file the original In me office ot 301 1.2 MILE SOUTH STARKE 301
when I came up. He, said "Come ; Crosby, Deputy states that this demon- Sunday guests of :Mr. and Mrs. 11/27 4t 12/1S
Ferguson' over here and let me. show: you a plaint on the ,Plaintiff* Attorney er before the
.titration plot will give the boys an honey of a field of Hairy Indigo. P. S. Crews were Mr. and Mrs. Evan T. Evans. 103 Law Exchange 4 day of January, 1954; Regular Meals Weekly Specials

'opportunity get acquainted with P. B. Crews of Ft. :Myers. Fla. and Building. Jacksonville
: We.hopped over a fence and were la Clrealt Court Bradford CoaatyFloridai I Florida,
,.the different types of'winter pas- in fine field of Indigo. Sam pulled Mr, and Mrs. ,R.. J. Turner Sr. la Caaaeery. and file the original In the office of 6 Fountain Service
a Otis Cue. Plaintiff vs. Flossie Cue. the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor
of Lake
ture will also Butler.
plants.' This plot ; 'up a plant and pointed to the .Defendant. Case No. 10-207 before the 4 day of January HEAR BETTEROR
.give a good comparison of the nodules and remarked. "When I ,Mrs. R. M. Markham accom- Order Of PafcHeatioM A.d Ntie T. 1954; otherwise the allegations of SPECIALSUNDAY
and of the different -' i Appear State Of Florida Tot said Complaint will be taken as con-
v-? quantity quality I see those nodules I know this panied by :Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Flossie Cue, whose residence and fessed by you. PAY NOTHING!

: plants.. stuff is doing some good." He is Yarbrough visited the :M.' D. address is: Unknown: This notice shall be publishedonce DINNERSTHOMAS
.. You are required to appear on each week for foul consecutive it in IIIET mi iimmu
i.,' sold on cover crops to build up the Youngs, former residents of the December 28, 1953 in the above weeks in the Bradford County Tele-

.: J. M. Rosier who farms in the much -weded organic matter in State Farm in Lake Butler, Sun- named Court and cause, wherein graph. _
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Dated this S day of December, .
'-Alligator Creek section, used theDtatrlct's his soil. Our two biggest problemsin County Telegraph shall publish this 1953. 71H.HEARING _
Bradfcrd County are land use, day.The Order in next four weekly issues (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby .
weed chopper. State Farm CommunityClub Witness my, hand and official Clerk of the Circuit Court
which ,is putting the right crop seal at Starke. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
met Tuesday afternoon December Florida this. 23 GARAGE & SERVICE
on the right land and buildingup November, 1953
District cooperator C. H. Nas- 15, at the club house for AIDS
the ,organic matter content in (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs la Circuit Court, Bradford Caaaty,
its annual
worthy used the fertilizer spreaderand Christmas party. Aftera Clerk of said Court FloridaIB Chancery. Titles GIEAT MOOEISIh
grain drilL He drilled in oats I the soil. short business meeting in chargeof By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Charles W. Wright Plaintiff, vs. .. OPEN 24 HOURS
I Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch BIdg.. Lucille Wright, Defendant. heR .ewMo.Me
and planted Bahia grass with the president, :Mrs. L. F. Chapman, Jacksonville, Florida. Case No. 10-217 all $75 _-......
seeder attachment on the grain : Tyler Jones manager for Container the meeting terminated into a tea. 11/27 4t 1218OTKK Order Of Publication And Notice To e EXPERT REPAIRSWRECKER

I stated that The table overlaid with a white Appear State Of Florida Tot
drill. We were discussing the val- Corporation
:> OF PROBATE Lucille Wright whose residenceand SERVICE
ue of pasture grasses when Mr. ,they made 2,200 bales of Pangola cloth was beautiful with an arrangement la the County Judge'. Court address is: 2617 La MIrada Ave. CAN OVA
of bright balls and Bradford County, nue. Hollywood California.You .
Nasworthy stated that the Argen ,hay this year. Tyler pulled a Mate! of Florida. are required to appear on
tine Bahia ,would be the better handful of hay out of a bale and silver leaves, etc., branched can- Estate of Alfonso. William Redgrave, January, 1954. in the above PHARMACY PHONE 211-J STARKE, FLA.,

and cheaper grass to plant. He :remarked "It sure is good to have delabra accentuated with a silver Deceased.The named Court and muse, wherein
State of Florida. T. All Persona plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford 4TYYYYYYYYYYYYYY ,
,{went"on to say; "Argentine Bahia some winter feed under cover." coffee service. Silver compotesheld Interested la the Estate of County Telegraph shall,publish this YYYYTTT Tt ., -" .'-. -- ,
toasted nuts and assorted Said Deeedenti .

Christmas candles with trays of -

daintly decorated open faced sand-
That's Our Business
1 I wiches and cookies, Christmas

.. If It's Glass We Have It! decorations were used throughoutand

4 CALL WRITE or VISIT the candy house made by Mrs.

W. H. (June) Edwards was most

I Joe Peters ,Glass Co.FOR enchanting. The Social Committee,
Mrs. R. P. :McLendon. :Mrs. W. FOR

ANY GLASS. NEED N. North and Mrs. A. C. Belche. PONTIAC VIWSETS %
were in charge of refreshments.The .
W. Design Modern Store Fronts
was climaxed by an
party 1954
I Just .Mail Us A Pattern for exchange of gifts. Visitors included -

f Table Tops Mrs. P. D. Fancher Sr., :Mrs.

1 1313 N.W.: 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone 4353 Beavers, :Mrs. .L., H. Carmichael,

a newcomer to the State Farm

and Mrs. Louise Kite.


MOVING I wish to express to the votersof "

Lawtey my 'deep appreciationfor expressed :'i2 Y 'A Completely: New Line 1.

i their confidence in me as ,

LOCAL PHONE at the polls on Dec.*8. '.1 e% : .
,If .. .
.OR SafeDependable aSsure you that I will put forth ;,
r effort to make the -of 'i ; "
LONGDISTANCE 311 every City
y clerk and will be ;
h. Lawtey a good "
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B. Alvarez OR grateful for your continued good : -o. :

Agents For will. .. ,":)
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NOTICE TO APPEAR ,',_ ,..': ,._ "'. .: - '
la Ciremlt Cart Bradford County -.
I Florida la Caaaccrr. ;:.- -; .= ... :
Charles A. Elaginl. Plaintiff vs.: :' "

Perryman Bldg. S. Court St: Starke Florida I Loretta Biagini Defendant Case No.; 10-205 l

!fctlee To Appear.
To: Loretta Biagini, whose residence -
and address is: 560-40th St.,
,1 ITO
Brooklyn New York. ,
You are hereby notified that a

UP $ suit Divorce tor

has been filed against you In the
above named Court and cause and
you are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading to the complaint -
on the Plaintiff's Attorney
Samuel \V. Getzen P. O. Box 81,
Gainesville, Florida rig
r and file the original in the office of
I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on .-
or before: the 28' day of December.
953; otherwise the allegations of
CONFIDENTIAL said Complaint will be taken as confessed "
by you.
This notice shall be publishedonce
\ II r
I" each week for four consecutive
weeks in the Bradford County Tele
Prompt Friendly graph.
Dated this 24 day of November fl2
953.: \'M 't
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby -

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.f Ong. -e- _. day guests of the Starlings also Johnnie and Mellany, of Starke;
,i -- Christmas Pageant HAMPTONby Keystone Heightsby LAWTEY\ included the Walter Wilkinsons Corporal J. M. Warren of Pensa-

Wednesday Night and the Cecil Dobbs family.Mr. ,cola, and Miss Martha Pegrara

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Christmas week will be high- I mer citizens of Lawtey who have Wednesday to Sunday with his

been residing for some time in parents.
lighted by a number of special
services and special music in the Rev. and Mrs. Bob Gray are.rejoicing Miss Nancy Hearst Miss Helen Ockerlund and cousin Madison returned here this weekto Birthday Dinner

Christian Church First :Methodist Church. over the arrival of a daughter Weds Mr. O'Donoghue June Newburg, of Chicago make their home. Mrs. L. P. Rafuse entertainedon

Sd)4ark's Episcopal I Sunday morning at 11 o'clock Judith Dianne, born. last Fri- Miss Nancy Mae Hearst and Ed- HL"wre', guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Prevatt Tuesday evening of last week

Ber. Raymond E. MacBlahi Bible School 0:45 a, m. Worship all of the choirs of the church in- day at the Alachua Hospital in ward Francis O'Donoghue.were. Edward J. Whelan Thursday and spent the weekend with relativesin with a dinner honoring her hus-

Schedule of Sewice I Service 11 "a. m. and 7:30 p. cluding the newly formed Cherub Gainesville.Mr. married on Saturday Dec. 12 at 4 Friday of last week. Miss,.Ocker- Cocoa. band on his fortieth birthday at

SUNDAYS I m. Prayer Meeting each Wednes- Choir,.wfil sing special Christmas and Mrs. M. L. Wattersonwere p. m. in St.Paul's Catholic Church, lund is a girlhood friend of Mrs. Miss Martha Pegram of Stuart which time all members of his

! 9:15: am. Church School 11' day 7:30 p. m. J. E. Sherwood, music. Miss Virginia Sewell of Ft. business callers In Lake City Jacksonville. The bride Is the Whelan whom she had not seen spent the weekend with Mrs. E. family were present to enjoy the

km.. Morning Prayer .& Sermon;I Minister. Lauderdale and Starke will be Saturday and on Sunday along daughter of Lt. Comdr. and Mrs. for some time. J. Warren. occasion with him. Dinner guests

8:80 Young People's Serv- guest soloist. Subject of the sermon with their son Frederick and wife Ray Hearst of Keystone Heightsand Jack Wainwright of Ft. Jackson Mrs. E. J, Whelan and Miss Included his brother, J. M. Ra-
Ice League. Church ef Christ will be "The Joy of Christ- daughter and husband Mr. and the groom is the son of Mrs. ,spent the weekend with his Dorothy Swanbom were in Jack- fuse of Jacksonville; his sister,
E-F. and the late Mr. sonville Sunday afternoon attendin Mrs. Alma Dyal. and her daughter -
BOLT COMMUNION and HcHaho- mas" Mrs. Don McMahone and baby O'Donoghue parents, Mr. and Mrs. T._L. Wato
;' Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sunday N1st Corner 10th Sunday evening at 7:30 the were guests Mr.: and Mrs. O'Donoghue of Jacksonville. Rev. wright. ; the concert at the Woman's Peggy of Hampton; Mr. and

7:50 Preaching-11 A. M. and 7:31 Senior Choir, directed by F. A. Touchton at Bell. Father Terrence J. Family per Mrs. Lou Norman of Heilbronn Club.Mr. Mrs. J. O. Raulerson Mr. and Mrs..
a.m.FRIDAY Me of Gainesville will formed the double .I and Mrs. B. E. Reddish and Catherly, Mrs. Bertha Stuckey
P. M. I Ginley pre- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Yaughn andchildren ring ceremony.Lt. Springs spent Wednesday and
7SO Litany des Meditation. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, sent the 'annual Christmas Mu- of Waldo, Mr. and Mrs.J. Comdr. Hearst gave his. Thursday of last week with her his mother Mrs. V. R. Reddish, Mrs. Audrey Benson and little'

8 p.m.Choir RehearsaL each Wednesday 7:30 P. )(. sicale. The public is cordially invited W. Jackson of Starke, Wayne daughter in marriage, and Richard sister, Mrs. V. R. Reddish. i'were recent weekend visitors to Debbie Crews all of Jacksonville;
p.m.. Tallahassee visiting relatives there.
Bible School-10 A. M. to attend. Jackson of Gainesville. and Mr, Barthelmess served as best man. Mrs. Jeff Davis and grand- and a number of Lawtey friends.Mr. .
Monday night Dec. 21, at 7: and Mrs. B. Eiland were Sunday Ushers were Paul Parkerson, Ray- daughter, Carolyn Barnes of Ft. Family GatheringLast of

Church of God HAMPTONCHRISTIAN o'clock the Christmas tree party' guests of the W. N. Jackson's.Mrs. mond Wersham. and G. L. Atch- Myers spent from Friday to Sun I Sunday was a gala day for Rafuse received a number:

Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning CHURCH for the entire Church School will Eva Allen and children ley. The bride's only attendant, day in Lawtey attending to Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Warren when nice gifts and at the close of a

Worship 11 a.m. Evening be held in the recreation hall. Miss Barbara Ann Weichel, wore ness and with very pleasant evening the guests
Bible School 10 a, m.; Worship Ruth and Jack of Palatka visited i. visiting the busi-I all of their children and grandchildren
Service 7:30 p.m. YPB Service Service 11 a. m.; youth Program A .Christmas Pageant "The her sister Mrs. Coalsie Rigdonand white net over white satin and Rafuse family. were at home with them. departed wishing the honoree
Tuesday 7SO pan. Prayer Meeting Story of the Nativity", will be carried red roses.
Evenjng Service 7:30p husband on Sunday.Mr. Mr. 'I in the future
6:30 p. m. I and Mrs. H. D. Markham I Dinner guests included Mrs. Victor many more birthdays
7:30 p-m. Thursday. presented. In the church sanctu- The bride wore white lace over
J. B. Dixon, pastor. and Mrs. R. F. Dyal of the
Bro.- be
m of which just
and children of Gainesville were. Appleby and children Beverlyand I everyone may
Lftwtey' ary on Wednesday evening Dec. Farm Colony spent Saturday satin. Her lace trimmed Illusion

Sunday School 10 un. MornIng FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 23. at 730oclock. Music for the their home here.S. veil fell from a coronet of pearls. weekend guests of her parents Buddy, of Atlantic Beach; as happy as that.

Worship 11 ajn. YPE Sere FLA. pageant will be furnished by. the A. Dover and Love Thorn-,She carried a white Bible ,with ...- -- - ...- -. -. .- .-.. -- -.
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lag Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Youth Choir accompanied by Mrs. tuberoses and II- white ,orchid.
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching 1 i berg of Charlotte, N. C.= were recent -

11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek Lloyd J. Green and the Junior guests of the M. L. Watter- Following the ceremony a re- I YOUR .
I St. Edwards Church Choir accompanied by Miss Joann here and at their in ception was held at the home of
service Wednesday 7:3.0 p. m. sons camp Convert : ; U H. F
A. E. Massey, pastor. Smith. Soloists will be Miss Virginia ;Cedar Keys. the groom's mother on BelvedereAve. NOW .
Sunday : a. m. .
Sewdl, Miss Judy Green, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gaskinsand Miss Siprelle served the cake #
Weekday Mass TSO a.m.Children's Allis Jackil Hobbs, and Miss Barbara of and Miss Emelyn Coke* kept theride's ..
Class Saturday 11 CHURCH OF JESUS'CHRIST Lance. boys Jimmy and Tommy
LATTER DAY SAINT Palatka called on Mrs. Gaskins
a. m ? Following the Christmas pageant : Mrs. O'Donoghue was graduatedfrom Programs To Start Approximately/ 1st.
Ma- mother, Mrs. Ena Nazworth Mon-
in old
each Sunday
>Keystone llei&1itaWomen' Services
the Youth Choir, will go : Bradford High School in
( dub: ) sonic Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday Christmas caroling.Christmas day afternoon. Starke and is attending Jones

Sunday Mass 8 a. m. School 10 a.m., Sacrament Serv- Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pope andsons Business School in "acksonvilIe. U.H.F.
welcome. of Eau Gallic spent the ) WE HAVE 7 MONTHS EXPERIENCE WITH
,. Confessions before all Masses. ice 8:30 pjn. Everyone Mr, O'Donoghue who is a graduateof .
.. PageantAt weekend with their daughter and I
Robert E. Lee High School and
I son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
PresbyterianSet attended The University of Flori-

For Dec. 23A Saxon.Mr. and Mrs. Glen McIntosh of da, Is now In the Army and ex- BE READY TO ENJOY THESE '

pects to enter Qfficers Candidate
Perry, formerly of Hampton were
FIRST BAPTIST-I CHURCH School. The left for short .
Christmas" pageant, "Let There involved In a car accident last couple a PROGRAMS SEE US TODAY

Be Light", will be presented at week. Mrs. McIntosh had both, wedding trip to Sarasota. i v
Starke the First Presbyterian Church on 2nd Lt. and Mrs. Samuel Fisher, ABOUT CONVERTING YOUR
legs injured;_so badly that she is
,, '4 Wednesday. Dec_ 23, at 7 p. m. unable to walk, her son. Edward: who were recently married In
Bronxville, N. Y., have been oc-
The with
pageant begins the
pro- Saxon wife and baby and Mr. andMrs. 1'Vs
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, PastorJefferson phets and goes through the gos- Clyde Rhames sister and: cupying the guest cabin belonging
to Col. Emma E. Vogel on Lake
in those
pels presenting scriptural brother-in-law visited. her Friday r
{' and Court Streets In The Heart of Town passages'that deal with the birthof and another son, W. A Saxon I Geneva for the past ten days. Guaranteed
Jesus Christ. Following the Lt. Fisher, who Is a graduate of Reasonable Prices e Work
and family visited her on Satur
Phones Office 234'-Pastorium 130 pageant a free will offering, called Melrose High School, was graduated -

the Gift, for the benefitof day.Mr. from the United States Mill-
Joy and Mrs. C. R. Moore of .
retired ministers their widows, tary Acadmey at West Point, N
Archer and Mrs. D. W. Moore of
t Sunday Sermons: 11:09. AM. 7:30; 'P.M. and children of the church, will Y. in June 1953. They left Key-
Starke visited Mrs. T. F. Brown
be taken. stone,Heights on Sunday Dec. 13, Chas. C. ShepherdE
-; 'Union 6:15 P.M. Sunday afternoon.Mr. [
I Sunday School 9:45 AM. A special Christmas tree pro- and Mrs. Wilson May and fpr Camp Rucker, Ala.
will be held for the benefitof CoL Emma E. Vogel has had as
Wednesday 7:30: P.M. gram
.Midweek Service sons Spencer and Billy of Palat
the children, and Santa him- her house guest for the past week T.V. RADIO '- SEAT COVERS
ka called on Mrs. Minnie Mar-
self will be present to distribute Major Agnes P. Snyder of theWomen's E I
gifts. clonny Sunday. Medical Specialist Corps PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA.
Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Wattersonshopped
Christmas week observance will who was enroute from Fort Sam ._.
In Gainesville the last of Houston :' : '- '_" -'_ c .:_. -.:.:.:. :: ,_ 'j' ...:'_ -_"
I begin with the regular services Texas to Washingtn, D.
# the week.
; Merry Christmas Sunday. Children are asked to Mrs. Minnie Marcionny shoppedin C. where she will be assigned as .

From bring or send gifts to Sunday Chief Physical Therapist at Walter -
Gainesville Saturday.Mr. .
f School at 9:45 a. m. for the Christmas .,; Reed Army Hospital.
tree Wednesday."The and Mrs. Raleigh Brannenand Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Willis have
PI5uIPtJj! HAMPTONFirst Meaning of Christmas to Mrs. M. B. Layfield 'visited sold their home on Magnolia St.
Mrs. R. c. Gray at the Alachua
._ First Baptist Church the Christian" .will be the subjectof Hospital: Sunday. The buyers are Rev. and Mrs. EARL COOK'SGROCERIES
= and the morning sermon at 11 a. m. Archie E. Rather, retired, who
Rev. R. '
I *-= Gray was a dinner
here from the Canal Zone.
= A special. Christmas devotional came
Pastor Bob Gray
guests of the.Brannen's Saturday
program with adult advisers as They have been living 'for some
= -E- o Worship With Us evening. \ .'-...
hosts will be held'at the Youth weeks ir the home of Mrs. Beville
Mt: and Mrs. C. H. Layfield,and
: whom they met in the Canal Zone.
fellowship meeting 6 p. m. children of Gainesville visited''his
10' A3L Bible School Mrs. F. M. Sandel of Columbia, ,
,11 AJM.: Morning Service "The First Misssionary Journeyof mother Mrs. M. B. Layfield Sun- S. C. has been visiting Mr. and -MEATS FEED

-.. Paul" will be the subject of Mrs. G..E.
6:30 P.DLB.T. U. I day.Mr. Wiggins. Mrs. SandelIs .
and Mrs. John Knight and :
the evening worship service at Mr. Wiggins' aunt. She left

Hear Our Choir Sing The Christmas Carols In Beautiful 7:30 o'clock. Ronnie were callers In Lawtey I I here to go to St. Petersburg to Phone 339JU.
Saturday. ,
Candle Light Service Sunday, 7:30 p.m. Aaron and Henry Williams and visit.Mr. Wiggins' sister, Mrs. S. 301 IN NORTH TARKE WE CLOSE 9:30 P.M. SATURDAYS.
I Fred H. Treat. ,
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Christmas Message For 1953 .. BAPTIST CHURCH Ray Brookins were In. Brooker Spike Vance, who Is home on I Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thur., Fri., Sat., Dec. 17, 18, 19

\ Sunday School 10 ajn. Preach- Saturday evening. 30 days leave, had a slight accident -,

"No Room !n The, Inn"SERMON ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30 Mr.children and Mrs.Linda L. V.and Williamsonand Glen was: last week. He spilled hot S. W.: or Hersheys U. S. No. 1
; tar SPRY or CRISCO
p.m. Preaching 7:30 pjn. Prayer 1 on his hand, burning it rather
Mr. and :
visiting W. W. Williamson -
Meeting. Wednesday 7:30: pjn. badly.
Rev. J. E. Llngerfelt, pastor. and family Friday night. Mrs. H. L. Morgan Is ill In St. SUGAR5tts POTATOESLbs '
Anyone, having news for this Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville.
I column may leave -it with Mrs: 3LbTin19C
Keystone Heights School
SUNDAY NIGHT WOODLAWN MISSIONARY Young at her store or Mary Wil- closes this Friday for the Christmas 3C1o 1 BAPTIST CHURCH liams at the Post Office, not later holidays.

LAWTEY, FLA. Monday noon.' (With $5.00 Gro. Order)

"The Question Only Jesus CouldA.nswer" 10 ajn. Sunday School, 11 ajn. Soup To Nuts Cake ginning at 9:00 o'clock. All par-

r preaching. 6:15: BTU, 6:45: : prayer Mix 1-2 cup melted butter, 1 ents and friends are invited to be DIAMOND SOFTEX V. FAIR FACIAL

By Pastor Merle .Packham service, 7 o'clock song services, teaspoonful soda 1 can tomato present. Following the program

7:30 evening services. soup. Add 1 CUD sugar, 1 cup parties and Christmas 'trees will T. TISSUE 3.'//s/ 25c II TISSUE 3 box deal 4ge

raisins, 1 cup flour 1 cup nut be enjoyed in each room.

Hope Baptist Church TheressaSunday meats, 1 teaspoonful cinnamonand The sixth and seven grades I,
Maxwell House
PENTECOSTAL HuUNES.vCHURCH nutmeg. 1-2 teaspoonful cloves have made calendars as Christmas I HEINZ STANDARDCOFFEE

add 1 cup flour. 2 teaspoons gifts to their parents. BABY FOOD TOMATOES

School 10:00 B. T. U. 6:45 P.M. Sunday School 10 a.m. baking powder.. Bake in loaf or Willow Ruth Hammond went I

Morning Service 11 a.m. layers (very good). shopping at Gainesville last Sat-
Prayer and Bible Study Wed. 7:30 Evening Service 7:30 pjn. SCHOOL NEWS urday. Iris McCullough visited I l'b tin 79c 2 for ISc

Prayer Meetings Wednesday her 3 LgeCans29cWith
ARE YOU PREPARED TO MEET GOD? There- were liny-seven or our 'grand-parents last Sunday.
night 7:45 p.m. Saturday nigh I pupils and four of our teachersin Emily McKinney visited In Sampson ( $5.00 Gro. Order) NO LIMIT -

religious services last Sunday.The City last Sunday. Ruth Perry
.' For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the SEVENTH DAY bad weather evidently kept spent Friday night in Gainesvilleand MY-T-GOOD YELLOW ROSE

whole world, and lose his own soul? ,Mark 8:36 ADVENTIST CHURCH some of our people at home. went to Glenn Springs on Sun- .MEAL S'bs 27c FLOUR 25/bs $1.87

Services each Sabbath In old Billy Bryan of Jacksonville day.Betty
Lou D nley brought Mrs.
the weekend with Dorothy
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sab- spent
bath School 2 pjn. Preachingeach Hardy. Charles McCullough spent Perkins a lovely bunch of gladioli GOOD (Reg. price $1.00)) SOAPFLAKES HEINZ Bottl.

second and fourth Sabbaths Sunday with his grandparents.Our last Tuesday. Betty Lou was In BROOMSea89c KETCHUP 24c

u 3 p.m. Elder Mostert pastor. camelias are blooming on our school a few years ago and or
h Bible Study each Thursday 8 pjn. the school campus. The beautiful has recently returned to us. We
0 Everyone welcome. pink blossoms are admiredby are glad she came back. MENS (Reg. $3.29) POWDERSIgebox MENS (Reg. $2.49)
every one. However, the outstanding

DURING THE REVOLUTIONARY: 'VTVVTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTl plant on the school !. Tile C..rt Of The Co..ty Judge, PANTS pr $2.79 SHIRTS eo $2.13
grounds at the present time Is the Bradford Comntf, FUrld

1 r ii Q I WAR THE CONTINENTAL G.R AHAM papyrifera which is now In full Re IB: Probate.In Estate.of Annie A. Frasee, (Tan or Grey) 27. C (Tan or Grey)

'r1 CONGRESS ISSUED NOTESBYTHEWA60NLOAQ bloom. The snow-white ball In the Deceased. .

=- wooly pinnacles makes one im- Fiaal Retire DUrkcric Of Flllac Of PetitUm A..atatrator For J. D.GRITS. B. R.

I .a = 1 BUT THE CURRENCY WAS by Mrs. Bonnie McKinneyAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALI mediately think of a "white Christmas" TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: MILK

\ !d These plants were given to Notice is hereby siren that'I RICE
UNSOUND WJD LACKED bar filed my return a* administrator
I the school a few years ago by of the estate of Annie A. Frazee,
PUBLIC COt FIDENCE.f& Mrs. Eunice Box and childrenof Mrs. Luther Watterson, and have I deceased; that I have filed mr" -petition 5' Ibs 33c 3 fa" 39c Ibs
Jacksonville for final ditcharre, and that 5 59c
e NOTVWRTHACONTINENTAL and Mrs. Blunt been carefully tended by Mr. Bed- I[ will apply to the Honorable Ther-
were weekend guests of Mr. and enbaugh. A picture of a papyri- on A. Yawn. County Judge Brad-
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I Mrs.John McKinney.
fera in the Garden
growing tor approval. of the same
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\ pean tbe same Mr.'and Mrs. John'Surrency and Jacksonville was recently featured and for final discharge u administrator MANY SPECIALS NOT LISTED COME SEE!.

I .' as the wordworthess Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Surrency of In the Florida Times-Union. razee. of deceased.November the estate. of Annie A.

? Gainesville attended the Golden There were 434 meals servedIn 25. 1151.a .
fmt> tr> y M>*- Wedding anniversary of Mr. and the lunch room last week. A / / A. Jv Thomas Jr. Fresh D & DFRYERS CHUCKSTEAKorROAST Fresh D,& D
of the estateof
).[rs. M. J. Burgees in Tampa last lovely mural has been placed in Annie X Fraue. deceased.

Our AMERICAN banki system brings stability weekend.Mrs. C. B. Roberts and Mrs. the grade lunch boys. room by the eighth 11/Z7 4t 12/18 ( HENSLb

and tir.owlh.to our ,local business community. -, Millie Fogg and Perman Roberts Eighth Grade Personalities WonderfulHefp
"'I .. .' of Starke visited relatives in Patterson Alene Stapleton Is the daughterof 49C LB 9AC 39C

I Ga. Saturday 'and Sunday., Mr and Mrs. Charlie Stapleton.She .
1 Colen R&tllff. third clasa seaman was borne at Seville, but now Child's CoughFor

We 'nveteyou to take advantage of our helpful of.Norfolk Va., left Monday lives at Theressa with her parents, '
', ..* coojhi tad acute bronchitis doe to
I $ .. after spending 20 days with his one brother and one sister. She I cold 'eet Creonahion L6' I
services. you can now
: banking .; Smoked
j *" -r-JL..._. '->"* ... ... ?> parents,.Mr.: and Mrs. L. E. Rat- Is a member of the Church 'of prepared Chfldrta in a new 24C
,, ..: *.'';.:-:" .....' ...; liff.Mrs. God fourteen years old, five feet.. pmt and blue package: and be wan- :
I .!-t .' ". Hilllard 123 (r) Yoar chikl will lib it
'r. **jfts--? &: *, Broughton of six Inches tall and weighs
: (1) It contains only safe, proven .
+ .. :;i' Gainesville visited her son and pounds. She likes to wash dishes bgredieBts.
t; .: daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. dislikes She plans to It contains narcotics disturb
r< but Ironing. (3) no : to BRISKET All Meat
_. ..';' c.' .. Carl Bronghton Monday. be a nurse when she grows up. nature's processes.
;> Those attending the cane grind. the library (4) It trill aid nature to soothe and
All the new books In
i: Ing at John McKinney's were Mr' have been catalogued and the heal bronchial raw tender membranes, inflamed, thus throat relievht and STEAK STEW BEEF WEINERSLb I

JLeiIDA' BANK at STARKEI and Mrs. Frank Lagrose and children children are enjoying. them very the cough and promoting rest and II
of Waldo, Mrs. Julia Bryant much..A sleep. Ask for CreomoJsioa for CbO Lb 1AC i
and Rev and Mrs. Sherwood dna in the pink and blue package.CREOMUESION' Ib
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: Florida National Group ,'Mitch Edwards Mrs. Emily Den- given by the school children In I I L ,
'MOt.I mark, Mrs. Ara Mott, Mrs. Myra
Goodge and.son, all of Starke. the auditorium of the school building FOR CHILDREN

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Sa .far this season 191,556 Fire Takes Home And All Possessions I Labor-Saving Method (Of FeedingBy f At The TabernacleThe By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
: Pecan pounds "of nuts have been sold Charles R. Hess, 294 Guaranty LIfe
through the auction here with a Cottonseed Meal Told Dr. Kirk Jacksonville Florida. .
: Attys.:for Plf. <
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return to growers of '$28.144.36. Of Family Of Eight Sunday Afternoon I Sunday morning messageat _
Are you asking for .4 simple. the Tabernacle centered around NOTICE TO APPEAR
Come To Close Several independent .buyers are _
.a of cot- 'ax' money collected by the State the Ancient City of Bethlehem in !. ClrvBit Coart. Bradford. C..tr.
. also. operating in this area. It looked like a pretty gloomy Brown; and two young nieces, labor-saving way feeding Floridai I. Oa.r,.
meal 1 Beverage Department in October Old Judea, and the events leadingup Sidney S. Atlas. '
to cattle Plaintiff Ann
tonseed vs.
Final auction of the season was the your range
Christmas for a for Mary Beryl and Sandra. All their| Atlas. Defendant
:this winter? Then Dr.W. G. Kirk. amounted: to $52,483.54 decrease to the wondrous birth of
Declining volume marked the: held at the market Thursday, Dec. family of Hutton Lee Clark but clothes, except what they were Case No. I84
I I of $768.08 from the September Christ -- a beautiful setting for Satire .
Cattle Station at T.
pecan auction sale at {he Starke. 17. but figures were not availableat things are looking a litUe better I wearing were lost along with the of the Range J amount. the cantata to be given Thursday : Anne Appear.To Atlas whose residenceand

State Farmers.Market on December press time yesterday. now tha11b to the efforts. of their housJiold furnishings.No .Ona, help.has some suggestions that Not alone was Starke, however night. Dec. 24. The public is Invited. New addret York New Is:York.200 West 86th St.

10 whenonly 9,055 pounds of friends. one knows how the blaze !may Dr. Kirk out that it is j for Miami's share of the money You are Hereby notified that a

nuta, were offered. ,Average price BAKE SALE The eight-member family re- started. No fire was left in the important points to feed a protein I dropped 'off over $5,400 during The Youth Meeting Saturday suit Divorce for -

paid was.14 3-10 cents'per'pound, The .women of St. Edward's turned home late Sunday afternoon ):house: as it was a warm day and very supplement to cattle this winter, I October. night was in charge of Mr and baa been filed against yon In the

bringing growers gross receipts of Catholic church will hold a bake to find their house and all there was no need for heating.Mr. because this nutrient is most like- J. R. Hunter Jr., director of Mrs. W. B. McKtaney. above you are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of

- $1,287.78. sale Saturday morning, Dec.19, Inthe I possessions a smoldering ruins. Clark stated that the loss ly to be low or lacking in winter the State Beverage Department, i your answer or pleading to the
\- They had left home earlier in the was partially: covered by insurance.The reported the total cigarette tax 'complaint on the Plaintiff
: Curtis led In volume/with 2,776r Brown building next to, the I pastures. Tests at the Range Cattle Scouts Will Sell Attorney T. Frank Landrum,
'house he
afternoon to attend a singing convention was one purchasedfrom I collections as 1527427.65 during Starke. Florida
Station have shown that
pounds of this variety sold at an poatofflce.AI1Iea. but this event was rained Freeman Crosby In.1946 and you I Ican' October. Sept mber' collections Candy Saturday and file the original In the office
solve the problem of gettingthe of the Clerk of the Circuit Court 'o.
! average, of 19 1.% cents a slight, of the_parish are .requested out so they went visiting relatives was located west of Starke ,in.the amount of meal to all totalled $1,389,939.91.October or before the -
instead. Bayless'Highway'section. proper shares of the tax Members of Boy Scout Troop 70 18 day of January, 1)54;
ieek'aaverageof contributions money
- gain over previous to bring their animals by feeding it mixed with will otherwise the allegations of said
1834RADIOS' forthlazaleby9:3Oa.m.' Made homeless by the fire were The family has found temporary received by other towns in this sponsor a candy sale in the Complaint will be taken as confessed
the houseowner Hutton an em- shelter in the nearby Ellis house}.'[salt.All kind'and classes of cattle area were as follows: Brooker business district Saturday morn- This by notice you. shall be publishedonce
ployee at the:-Bin Reddish Store As usual in such cases, friends $179.81; Hampton, $56.53; Key- ing. special booth will be each week for foar connect.
be fed this system.The
can by slone erected down town and there will ttve weeks in the Bradford County
Heights, $450.97 Lake Butler
In. out ;
are' to
Heilbronn Springs: lils mother, pitching help by the
is safe as long as Telegraph.
procedure also be house
WINKLER ELECrciC SERVICE Mrs. S. R. Clark, two younger sharing' clothing, household "arti cattle' have access to plenty of Waldo, $592.02, $312.25; Lawtey $306.17; The Scouts are to raising house funds canvass.to 1953.Dated this, 16 day of December,
Arthur des and furnishings with
Richard a surplus
brothers, ;
water and forage. The salt won'tharm develop their new site (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
s'ster' Yvonne; an uncle, William t the stricken fanSly. the animals as long as they camp near Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Social Hawthorne. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
t pet all the essential nutrients. 12/18 4t Iii

County Agent Showing New Method This also saves the labor requiredfor Rate Increases NOTICE-TO APPEAR

hand-feeding the meal each IB Circuit Court, Bradford County

gr--- RADIO Of Treating; Tobacco 'Seed BedsUse day.Less feed.bunk space is needed January 1, 1954The W. C. T. U. Coppola Michael Florida Coppola.Defendant IB Ckaacery.Plaintiff vs. Rose

social security tax rate for
when feeding cottonseed meal Case No. 10-150
, T AND of the same tobacco seed proval of the County Commissioners with salt. A six-foot bunk is .suf- persons whose work counts to DID YOU EVER HEAR OF A Satire To Rose T. Appear,*

bed year after year; better con- to purchase materials with Ificient for 40 head of cattle of ward old-age; and survivors in LN110 LOST HIS JOB BE- :address Coppola is: 721C whose 11th residenceand Avenue.

trol of weeds and soil-borne diseases which demonstrate the methyl disposition. A important surance is scheduled to increase on CAUSE liE WAS A TOTAL ABSTAINER Brooklyn New York.
wTELEVISION ; and treatment only 24 bromide treatment He and J. R. quiet advantage in self-feeding the the first of January 1954, manager, ? ? ? T T __ suit You for are hereby notified that' a

.. _,,,,_,. hours before planting the seed Henderson agronomist with the cottonseed meal-salt mixture is of the Gainesville social security (NATIONAL VOICE). Divorce
bed. These are some of the ad- agriculture extension service, gavea office, reminded employers, employees has been filed against you In the
Salesand that it allows all the cattle above named Court and cause Chd
-- vantages, pointed out by County demonstration this week at M. even if they are of mixed apes and self-employed people! IB Circuit Court Bradford Co..t,., you are required to serve a copy of
_____n Service Florida !.. your answer or pleading; to the
Agent G. T. Huggins. in the use O. Harrell's farm near Brooker. this week. i Chancery. complaint -
and sexes to get feed. The James M. Shepard Plaintiff on the Plaintiff's Attorney
--l- __ ; ,rJ- I 4 II of a comparatively new methodof Before all tobacco seed beds amount of cottonseed meal the This scheduled' increase in tax Betty B. Shepard Defendant vs. T. Frank Landrum. Starke.
Florida seed beds. are planted for the coming year. contribution is in accordance with Case No. 10-240 Florida
224.N... Temple Ave., PHONE 166 Starke treating cattle eat each day can be regulated Order Of Publication And Notice and file the original In the offloe of'
This hew method, which, Hug- Huggins hopes to give several by the percent of salt you put the 1950 amendments to the social Appear State Of Florida Tot To the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
has been adopted 100 more demonstrations, so that per- security law and was enacted by Petty B. Shepard. whose residence before the IS day of January. 1954
gins says
in the mixture. and address otherwise the allegation of said
r per cent by North Carolina to- haps next year there will be a When this mixture is fed, water Congress in 'anticipation of future You are required Unknown to :appear on Complaint will be taken M confess
the chemical wide-spread use of the treatment. obligations of the program. January 18, 1954. in the ed by you
employs above
bacco one-half
growers should not be more than This notice shall be
Sell ft Renth Trade methyl bromide and an air- :Until the Bradford County to- mile away, Dr. Kirk says. Put a Employees in jobs covered by tiff Court seeks and divorce.cause,Bradford wherein County plain- once each week for four consecutive published
bacco able to will have two instead weeks in the Bradford County Tele
tight cover for the bed. Special growers are purchase complete mineral in the mixture to the law percent Telegraph shall publish this Order graph.

applicators for the chemical are their own equipment and replace part of the salt to be sure of the present 1 1-2 percent In Witness next four mv weekly hand and issues.official Dated this 16 day of December

WITH( A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow desirable but not absolutely neces- materials, the County Commission that the cattle get plenty of.calcium deducted from their pay beginningwith at 11, 1953.Starke. Florida this December seal 1953.(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
said. has made available a set of equipment the first of January up to Clerk
sary,-Huggins phosphorus and minor (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles of the Circuit Court
Rates Good Results -- Easy To Place Special plastic covers are available through the county agent's ments. The cottonseed meal salt earnings of $3600 a year; their As Clerk of*said A. Court.Darby By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy 12/18 4t Clerk
office. Huggins said he wouldbe Ifi
at seed stores but canvasor and mineral should be thoroughly employers will contribute an equal
be used. glad to lend assistance as his amount. 1
tO WORDS .OR LESS ONE INSERTION 50o tar paper can mixed, CHRISTMAS
EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c Huerdns"" recently obtained ap- time permitted. --- Cattle will eat more salt as they The new"rates will apply to all DANCE
U Watch taxable wages paid after December -
used to the mixture.
Scouts Take Trip them carefully during the first 31. 1953, regardless of when '"
Zte ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS ORADS NOT PAID IN ADVANCE Site Farm Prices Firm two weeks and regulate the salt earned.'. Y PELICAN
.- ., -, To New Camp content to suit. The amount of The social security tax for the .. tf*.. 'c CLUBBRADFORD

MEMOBIANS,CARD QF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS-20c PER LINE Near HawthorneLast Costs To DropA I salt may have to be changed from self-employed is scheduled to Increase AND I

(COUNT 5,WORDS TO EACH LINE) month to month also to meet from the present 2 1-4 per- CO.

''a weekend Boy Scout Troop hopeful note is being soundedby changing feed". conditions in the cent to three percent for the JAYCEES '

l. 70 enjoyed an overnight camping economists and others who pasture.Dr. period beginning January 1, 1954. ORCHESTRAI

LBT J. D. ODOM. JR.HAMDLlj trip to the prospective new camp study the farm outlook. They Kirk says you can use the Since the self-employed. whose
TOUR of Haw- think there be some further work Is covered the INi-QRMAL i .
THOMAS CATTLH AVD HOGS site three miles northeast may following formulas at the start of by law'pay

REAL ESTATE BROKER SALES: thorne. The old camping grounds moderate drops in farm production the feeding period: to feed one their tax Just once yearly at the Proceeds for Children's Playground Equipment

IN TMB,I. Ave. Tele....** XI 4 UT GalBecviU Oak Each Each We4 Friday>e4>r rear Sampson Lake have been costs next year, in addition. to pound of the meal per head daily time of filing their Federal in- $2.50 COUPLE PUBLIC INVITED

Starke. FUrlAa. abandoned because of flood con- slight reductions in 1953.. At the mix 75 pymds of meal with 15 come tax return they will pay

.;" HAS. FOR RENT at Bus Unfurnished Station. house. Inquire tf ditions In that area and the Ray- same time economists of the U. S.. pounds of salt and 10 pounds of .!.the present 2. 1-4 percent social

order Company offered the troop Department of Agriculture predict complete ,mineral; to feed 1 1-3 security tax on their 1953 Income
FOR SALE. FOR SALE t* x S" x II" ConCrete location which : that price received for farm of that counts toward social security.
new 80
,Block 18c each. Plenty of the use of pounds per day, mix pounds I Special Announcement!
Mortar Mix and Cemeat. Bradford has available for use some 1,500)() products, on the other hand are meal with 10 pounds of Bait and This will be due not later than
4 '? *. ..... .ad % acre .! Engineering Company. Phone lakes an not likely to fall much below two- March 15. 1954. Their first :
three For nav-
containing of mineral. a
,!*.. Jut mt of City 14. tf acres pounds
orange grove, and three springs. their present levels, except for pound feeding of meal each day, ments at the, incrased rate of I GOLD KIST PECAN GROWERS

LI08 Aer raBek uiltk.m.t .abt.M- WHY own PAY your RENT-When home with you a small can Work on developing the new normal seasonal vari;tlons. ...I nee 85 pounds of salt and :5 pounds three n rcent will h<> dn Mprch; I

utaral isppl' ..' down payment and the balance camp site will not begin until after The USDA economists explain of complete mineral. 15, 1955, for the calendar year

Ul water.twtllUc.t Bill*eLectrIcIty froa* ,T.ws...*-' paid Starke.like Fla.rent. W. H. Nollman.tfchg ,the first of the year. Purpose of I;.the fall \n prices of farm products 1954. I 321 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.

Priced cheap wit* term the trip last weekend was to pass and farm incomes in 1953 as large? Tax In the meantime the Internal

FOe RENT-Cabin. I rooms and new boys who were not yet second ly due to two factors. These are Smoke Revenue Service renorts that em- I Has decided to remain and Continue
S Lets for home erttraetltely buliesa bath. furnished, electric refrigerator open
priced.. and hot water. gas cook stove, class, and to work on forestry bounteous harvests and a sharp TumbleEditor's ployers will be furnished late this
gas or oil heat. Pinehurst Cabins, merit badges. Fifteen boys pass- curtailment in foreign demand for Takes year with income tax withholding I
4..1. 7.JwdIlg IS acres .( Keystone; Highway, phone 17-R 1- six tables and Federal Buying Pecans Through Jan. 16
and I Insurance Contributions
laid 1 mile trvm Starkeluportaat o. I. Stp;12/25 ed forestry on:. the trip, United States farm products. I
kIgkwiy.a.ie were advanced to second: ciasa. Total crop output In 1954 maybe ( Note: Last month the Act (social spc uritv '

re.M "elllac 40 aere *fMtre WANTED clerk in-Keystone Bookkee r Heights.and office Must One of the highlights of the reduced somewhat by acreag Telegraph reported. an all-time taxes) tables reflecting rates applicable I Your Business Will Be Appreciated -

taal aid trait tree. have general knowledge of book weekend was the demonstration of restrictions for wheat. corn and high in cigarette tax collectionsin next year.

Bt'T TODAY AND TOMORROW HAVE'I&CVIUTY neat keeping personal and typing.appearance Must have and controlled burning put on by em- cotton, though supplies are, again Starke during the month of -... -- -

I good personality If Interested ployees of Rayonier. likely to be larger If weather fs September. The reader may ask

write Box 400, Keystone Heights makingthe. trip were Jan favorable. An .improved foreign the question, "Wha' HoppenedT"as
stating age education and expected -
OR RENT-Furnished cottage' and salary, give at least three Mundorff, Archie Green D. Ritch gold and dollar ,situation may he reads 'the following story

-, apartments.location. i Reasonable Excellent; rent.close 201 In references.- 2tchg 12/18 Green. Tommy Stallings Harry strengthen export demand if official which shows a drop of. over $700 Only S More $/lo plng

West Madison. Starke Fla. tf FOR SALE-Late Model Westing- Stallings, Kenneth Miller, Robert policies on the use of the goid in cigarette tax'money.. receivedby

for house electric range. Reasonable. Batten. Freddy Stevens Johnny and dollar reserves permit. Domes Stance for the month of Octo-
WANTED Woman or
companion- of .*** widow of M. .' Can Service be.Been at Wells Electric ltD Stevens, Charles Manier, Robert tic demand which has been at, 'a"i ber. All the Telegraph can do.

Rhoden. road.Rent Mrs..free.Stella 4 miles Rhoden.on Kelly, Johnny Mac Kelly, Charles high level.throughout 1953 Is ex along with others Is speculate

Raiford 4tp IIJTAIRACRES FOR RENT-Five room nicely furnished Kirkland Leslie Libby, 'Jr., Bob- pected to continue strong in 1954. that: People didn't smoke as Days To Imlll
house, bath, toilet, circulating -
NURSERIES heater electric refriger.tor. by Libby Buddy Baker, Wallace Price. supports will cushion the effects much In October as in September.

lights. washing machine. )3S Wise Robert Cooper Ronald of large carryover supplies. or ((2) Tourist traffic fell off
J.. Hill WlllUm, Ow er
month. Stars & Stripes, Kingsley
-- Lake Butler. Fla. Lake. Ztp 12/18 Cooper Edward Green, and William Taken together the economists considerably on Highway 301 dur-
Camellias, Asaleas, Standard and think these factors (3)) Both.)
Dampier. spell a probable ing October or
rare varieties Also Daylilles. Highest FOR SALE-Singer Sewing machine, tax collec- BUY NOW '
stabilization of farm prices Although cigarette -- SHOP IN STARKE AND SAVE
quality, reasonable prices. Open perfect condition $ZS. New small Scoutmaster Harry Green and
Saturdays and Sunday except' by table saw, less motor for Boy's his assistant Oron Jones accompanied near their present levels. tions, as a whole" were up over

appointment. hobby shop 7. One all leather The general level of prices paid the state for the month of Octo- .__
the -- -
the trip. -- -
horse ,collar $1. W. B. Devlne, troop on r ------q
NEW SYRUP Law ley, Fla.. Inquire at Standard by farmers ran about 3 percent. ber, Starke (along with Miami)

Taste.Beet Quality Now Grinding.Flavor. Fresh Color Juice and Oil Station. Itp CARD OF THANKS below the 1952 level in the first. showed a considerable drop in Gifts For Gifts For Gifts For

for aale. 3, H. Green 4 ml south of FOR. SALE-Circulating coal or nine months of 1953. Most of the i cigarette tax revenue for that
8t rke.on Palatka Road. Kerosene heater. Heats S or S We wish to express our deep decline was due to lower prices I month.

Ztp nItS, .rooms |S5.'. Gladys Harrington.Ito- I appreciation for the many wordsof for feed and feeder livestock and I Starke's share of the smokes THELADIES THE HEN The CHILDREN

REPAIRED : sympathy act of kindness, and prices of these major items arc! _
All Mike All H.dclaMble 1 HOUSE TRAILER FOR SALE Cheap for the beautiful flowers duringour not expected to change much from I cessions are likely to be more general .

._.CI1AS.charge C. SllKPHEHUTft3 K_ra.teM -Good.varnished.clean gas newly cooking painted oil heat.and recent bereavement. The present reduced levels. Prices ol!r than in 1953 for those commodities RAYON

Wrf fall 81. Urke Pfc. XS 'Canb sleeps three.. seen any 20 ft.afternoon walking space.after family: of Mrs. William Mitchell industrial products will probablj, produced primarily for Haifa lOc 1 Dresses $1

FOR SALEAbout 10 acres good 1:30.: Price SUO. Inquire at Edwards.I change very little, but price con. the farm market. Slips-100
Urn land. 1ft mile NW of Freds Oafe and Grill. Owner John _
Brooker on Worthlngton Springs Shanbarger. Up
road. Around $100 acre. R. J. I JERSEY Sox 25c
Jon 8. Kt 1. Brooker. Ztp It/25 FOR SALE-I lot West side Grand Dungarees $1
Su between 10th and 11th. SO x
bridle 100 ft. Some ,improvements. See
ron SALE-Shetland pony Vow Panties 29c
and saddle. Gentle broke. Herb Joe Lee at courthouse or write. ; oh -

Thomas Restaurant. Itchu General Delivery. Dungarees 1.99 Flannel

STATION at WANTED-MAN or WOMAN to distribute -
the State Farmers Market. besides Watkins Nationally Ad- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Shoes 1.99 Shirts
c... oil. and tires you can buy vertised Products to established 1 $1
some nice ChrUfmaa Gifts like customers In Starke. Full or part '
Shell Lamps Jewelry, Doll, Sox time. Earnings unlimited. No j I GAR
Parakeets Pecans Oranges. Tan- car or other Investment necessary
gerlnea. Florida Souvenirs, and I will help you get started. Write Sweaters 2.991
many other thln s. Mr. C. R. Ruble. Dept. D-!. The .<. 1MOSIfrs Anklets 19c
ALL DRINKS ARE 5* J. R. Watklns Co.. Memphis. Tein.Up ?' '
FREE GIFT with each gas fill up. 't. 7 ,' I
It gals, or over. Dec. It and 2S 'I -
only. Ztp ZIti BABY PARAKEETS for sale $4 ,
each or S12 dos. Nice for Christ r .
BAKE SALE next to Poitofflce by mas gifts. Mrs. T. 1'. Brawn near We Have
Catholic Women. Saturday morntng Christian Church. Hampton. Itp -'
._ SALEcu. ft. household

V FOR went.'. RENT 4 room Unfurnished*nd bath; $40 apart.per Boda Frigldalre Fountain.also Fishman complete Bobtail with HUNDREDS AND HUNDREDS OF I ITEMS

month.- Includes light and wtift.CaU liastian Blessins Carbonator.
at. Apt, 2., an Wf.W..hiagtn -I Dixie Motor Court. 12/18 2tchc : '... ,; -
AY*. "T .
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FOR 8.ALE-Slmmoaa Sofa Bed. excellent :
COMB: TO, condition. Mrs. P. D. Fan- For Your Selection
cher.Jr.Phoa 18-W,State Farm.
F. -
GOOD UAMBCRGER9 .condition. Mrs. J. G. Godwin .

AND HOT. DOGS phnne 80. State Farm. ftp -t .t. SHOP NOW. USE OUR LAYAWAY .

Bread Milk
G.-Hrles morning- paper route.. Full time '. -
work. Cash bond and good car
FOR RE..T-Z bedroom house on required. Write P. O. Box 214. ,\ !eet/iJo4'&h2th! I
OalncovlUe. Fla. ItpFOR"
,Walnut St.. furnished. &Ie G orge ..
at Coney Island. 'Apt. 2, 10th .SAL-Large--Frigidaire( good ; REMEMBER YOU MUST BE SATISFIED OR
aad Church Sta. lt|> 11/H r:!:
condition. Mrs. Sponholts'at Pill : ; ; -
Reddish Store. Hellbronn Springs.HP.. -L
FOR SALE-4-burner standard size ,; "roct. YOUR MONEY REFUNDED !
gal range !!&. Also apartment '
ela* gas refrigerator. $!0. Millard "
FOR RENT-5 room furnished / E! I-S
and -
'Judd. cor. Laiayette house. R. F. D more.t. 1t'M ::
of phone 21S-J. Stp 111
FOR SALE -Two single beds complete L ...:; We Exchange We Refund We Satisfy
FOR RENT-Four room furnished perfect condition. 1 dress .T..Qa6A&t. : cj
house. 101 S. Water St. Itch* er. 1 secretary 1 arm chair. 1 I
portable electric heater. Asella
FOR SLE-Two acres or will. sell Mot r Court. Highway SOl South Ii
ia lot. Mrs. DOT Holder. RU 1.Box of. Pturfce. ltp

21. Starke. FUu Up 1/18 WANTED woman for general YES We wil.be! glad to arrange BOTTOM .i

LOST-Bird dog on du PO"lt proper l\n'wf'r1r and to a)<*lst with In- ,
tr east nt U. S. Htrhway SOl be. I v4. 11E Sa-ders St. .Itp
Female --- .
tween Lawtey and Highlands. !
white with small brown FOR RENT-Furnished 3 room cottar terms to suit -
pntc. Cnllar with M. R. Rhoden *, and bath. new elrotrlc r t
name. Please notify I* 1>. Brad17 TH:'.Titpr, rs stove and heater. 147 W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. :
CW.. O. McMillan. Starke 4S K: 18." "t. Available Dee !1. -. > a' ." .- < t
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