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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 22, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME SEVENTY-FIVE STAIIKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1934 NUMBER T\VENTY.EIGHT
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For Forestry Show ,... Golf Course
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Rooert N. Hoskins industrial I
| Starke Jaycees report
forester of the Seaboard Air Line progresson

Railroad Co.. Norfolk, Va., spoke their first major project -

before the Rotary and Lions Clubsat s" ,sponsorship of construction of a

their regular meetings here >K recreation center and golf coursetor
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= citizens of this area.
His appearance at the civic
Jaycee officials and
f clubs was in connection with the representa-
tives of other civic
forestry demonstration to be held : groups met mj

just north of the Starke State j the courthouse Thursday night and

J Farmers Market today (Friday) ..b j discussed a general plan for the

beginning at 10 a.m. j project which will include a nine-

Mr. Hoskins, who has arranged I :, hole golf course on a site yet to
f for the demonstration here, is a! Fbe'
selected It was decided to
graduate of Iowa State College!
and formerly served as Extension 4 i| enlist the cooperation of all Bradford -

Forest -Polaroid i-Minute Photos by th Telegraph County, well the
Forester with the Florida STRANGE NOISES cut through the once-silent woodlands | as as communities -
and Park Service. He holds the I ( of
northea.>t of Lawtey this week as construction on the new High- I Keystone Heights,
honorary State Farmer degree and| lands ilmenite mining plant got into full swing after a slow start NEGRO RAILROAD LABORERS lay creosoted cross ties andheavyduty Green Cove Springs, Kingsley

American Farmer degree given by due to December rains. Pictured above is the beginning of the 90-pound rail for spur track from Seaboard's main Lake, and Camp Blanding person-
the state 'and national FFA, and
was also named Norfolk's out- man-made lake in which a huge dredge will be assembled and line above Lavvtey into the mine site, 1.2 miles east. Heaviest nel in the development of Ua

standing young man in 1951. start eating its way north toward Highland. Like the dredge already construction! at the mine cannot proceed until rail is laid to haulin recreation center.
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in operation at Trail Ridge plant east of Starke, the new "
Hoskins invited the membershipof : Doyle E. Conner and David

both clubs to attend the demon- behemoth Hill pump up some 1,100 tons of sand per hour, from UPPER RIGHT: A private highway i is rapidly being constructedby Simpson of the Jaycee group were
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which two rent of useable mineral is re<'overed'. ;r1
include a
stration events which will possible per 'I" ..
the du Pont Company through its property, eastward from elected general chairman and vice-

timber stand improvements, bark the Clay-Bradford County line. Seven carloads of the big 20- ,T-.., ,". chairman, respectively, to head
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chipping and acid stimulation, and Inch seen stretched out along roadbed, arrived last week *" ,:s? up
fence post treatment II Market 1953 Fire Loss pipe t; P!:f, ..' the planning program. Col. JaDes
Speakers on the day's program Berry and is being laid from dredge-lake to dry mill site. It will carry .: ; .A. Griffin of Camp Blanding was
the watery ore from wet mill to dry mill., 1. elected secretary-treasurer.
will include Acting Governor

Charley E. Johns, Congressman,I Opens Today Held To $2,140Starke's I CENTER RIGHT: First building to be constructed at the new .r Appointed on the Contact and
Survey Committee were T. H.
Billy Matthews, SAL Vice
PreS-I' plant is! the laboratory. Main offices are now under construction I
ident Warren T. White, lab. ; Slade, chairman, H. A. Bishop, Jr.,

Forester C. H. Coulter, State C of IIIK Judd, manager of the fire department, during just. beyond r E. K. Perryman, G. J. McGriff, Jr.,

C Executive Secretary Harold Starke State Farmers Market. 1953, answered 48 calls, spent LOWER RIGHT: Huge earth-moving equipment cuts out roadbed David Simpson CoL J. A. Griffin

Cole, and other prominent public announces that the market will 22 and one-half hours actual fire I for railroad spur through property that was once part of and T H. Carey. Appointed to

figures.At open for strawberries starting fighting time, unreeled a total of the Ed Durban farm. the Publicity Committee were E.
L. Matthews L. H. Gibson
and I.
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noon coffee and sandwiches Friday, Jan. 22, at which time 3,250 feet of hose in fighting the
will be served by the Home Economics buyers will be on the platform. fires and cut down Starke's an- NEW HIGHLAND PLANT, like the five-year-old Trail Ridge IG. Harris. I

Department of BHS with During this period of light, early nual fire loss to a mere fraction of\ operation, is! being constructed by Humphrejs Gold Corporation According to Chairman Conner, I

compliments of the SAL railroad. harvesting, growers are asked to 1952 damage. for E. I. du Pont de Nemours .t Co. Wilmington, Del. the first step will be to canvass

The public is invited to attend bring their berries to the market I According to Fire Chief D. W. i j Humphreys with its patented spiral process will also mine the the entire community and all civic II

the four-hour program. only on Mondays Wednesdays, and Carpenter's annual report, the 481 Hmenite for du Pont. Like Trail Ridge, the new plant will yield groups to determine. the degree of I
Fridays until further notice.It \fires attended involved a total of 1I interest and support in the proposed ,
1\ > some 100,009 tons of ilmenite annually.;
is important that growers I I 5180,400, in property, but the \ project. i t

come in not later than 12 o'clock 'actual loss was only $2,140. As ,

noon, >ai buyers] wfjl leave at that I compared with the 1952 damage Co. I
Ball Will Climax Announces Levy Judge
time Judd'said.Most II I I "drop figure in of the$32,012 bucket., this" is a mere Birthday Drive; Conner Matthews Bids t

are mulching their

f weather berries Increase growers at continues rapidly this time within volume, and the if should warm next I 1:I included The fire 1952,the; but fire$ 5,500 even damage,plastics discounting, though company -, Chairmen Named For Mothers' March For State House fa ..Beelecti Asks Circuit Post I


? the inferno 1953's
plastics damage
week or ten days.
arL Plants generally are reported in I I i was only about a third of the previous The local March of Dimes isj I Mrs. Ed Tenly, chairman of the i;
is said' year's loss. In 1951, $9,400' coming along pretty good, so announced Mothers March phase of the coun- efr t
fine condition and acreage
Benedict Finzer, chair- !i ty campaign for funds with whichto r
in fire damage was reported. j
to be larger than it was last year.
Of the 48 calls answered in 1953, man of the local drive, this week. i, fight infantile paralysis, has 1!

20 involved buildings; 11 were "I wish, though, that people!announced her division chairmenas g ,
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Harold Lennon grass fires; fires of a miscellenous :would put more mopey in the coif follows:

Back From Korea nature accounted for 11; and six 'boxes we have distributed about Starke: Mrs. Al Harley, Mrs. n t R

involved automobiles or trucks. I town," Finzer said. He continued, I} Nat Dankel, Mrs. Chas. Darby, 6 X s

Harold K. Lennon, QMSN, U. S. Nine of the calls were to out-of- "This may prove.lo be the, mo.' : Mrs. Paul Raymond.

Navy, son of Mrs. E. Lennon of town locations two to Waldo, II important year for the driVe, for| Blanding Road: Mrs. S. G. Dan-

Starke has returned to the U. S. I one to State Farm, and the re- this year may determine whether I II mark. w

after his fourth tour of duty in maining six to roadside automobilefires. I I or not a vaccine can knock polio I'' Bessent Road: Mrt. F. J. Shaw. .

Korean waters. For the past 35, There was one resuscitation out. I hope that this year peoplewill Hampton: Mrs. Betty May. z
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months he has served aboard the 'call. I contribute more than they I Brooker: Mrs. J. W. Thomas.

Hoskins USS Bataan. I Though property damage was ever have before." Lawtey: Mrs. H. C. Kelly.

: Lennon is now awaiting his dis-I; slight (comparatively speaking), Last year's'contributions to the! Heilbronn: Mrs. Louise Norman.

charge date of Feb. 6, and expects the loss in human lives was higher I March of Dimes in Bradford coun-I Graham: Mrs. G. W. Rivers.

o make his home after that with than it has been in recent years. I Ity amounted to over $1400.; Kingsley Lake: Mrs. L. A
Odham ScheduledTo his mother in Starke. I Three lives were lost in fires dur-t zer is making every effort to top''' Canova.

Visit Area 'ng 1953. Two Negro infants; that figure this year. I State Farm: Mrs. H. M L1 :

Friday DancesAt perished in a Reno tire in November I I Finzer announced chairmanship Richarde.

Friday, Jan. 29th andan, old Negro woman was I appointments as follows: Mrs.i I Motor Courts: Mrs. Hogan I
Pelican ClubA burned to death in another Reno Ed Tenly, chairman of the Mothers I Smith. Congressman D. R. (Billy) Wilbur F. Anderson of Bronson, I

Brailey Odham, candidate for fire in December. March on Polio, which is to take I'' Reno and Lincoln City: Anne L Matthews of the 8th Congressional incumbent County Judge of Levy '
Governor of Florida, has announced series of Friday night dances place on the night of Feb. 1; Mr. L District, including Bradford County County, has announced his candI- ,,
Most of the house fires. Carpenter Hume.
that he will make Ms first I it the Pelican Club on Old Bland- and Mrs. Guy Andrews, cO-Chair-1 has announced his candidacy dacy for Circuit Judge of the

visit to Starke in the present ng Road east of Starke has been heaters.said, were caused by faulty men of the Roosevelt Birthday Mrs. Tenly said that althoughthe State Representative Doyle E.I for re-election in November, 1954, Eighth Judicial Circuit in Groupone. "
Jan. 29. nnounced. official March is set for Mon- subject to the Democratic The Circuit I
campaign on Friday, Conner, youthful legislator an- I rrimaryin Eighth comprises
That same day he will visit Music will be furnished by Ball.The Birthday Ball will be on the day night, Feb. 1, some of her Jounced yesterday that he will May.In Alachua Baker, Bradford, Gil t

Lake Butler, and Keystone Heights Claude Bedenbaugh and His! Mrs. Kite ReceivesReappointment night of Jan. 30 at the U.S.O. workers will do their soliciting at leek re-election for his third term seeking re-election Matthewssaid christ, Levy, and Union Counties. l

before going oa to attend a Orange Pickers, well-known orchestra I Admission for this affair is $2 per the time that is most convenientfor .0 the Bradford County seat in the that he would stand on the The judgeship sought by Anderson !

luncheon meeting in Palatka. out of Lake CityFirst" I I couple and table reservations are 'I them. She urged the coopera- Florida House of Representatives. record he has made thus far in is now held by Judge G. L. [

E'25 cents per chair. Bobby LeGrandand I tion of the public in this phase of During the 1951 and 1953 ses- the 83rd Congress, and .)n the i Patten of Starke who was appointed -

To Hospital PostMrs. his orchestra of Gainesville I the annual drive.Additional lions of the Legislature, Conner Principles of the platform that to fill the unexpired term of .1
I will provide the music. Tickets' advocated and contractive brought him victory in 1952. the late Judge A. Z. Adkins.
helped
division chairmanwill pass -
may be bought at Alvarez Store, educational and One of the bills, introduced by Anderson is now serving his
Louise H. Kite has been i the Telegraph office, Pure Service I II be named later, Mrs. Tenly :ural legislation including agricul-a Matthews and the other seven third term as Levy County Judge. I
1. s re-appointed as a member of the said. Florida Prior to that he served some seven
Store or Koch's drug store. For,i salary increase for school teachersand representatives, would re-
Lawtey Board of Trustees of the Bradford I lS9 ; i neal the $75 as for the Levy
reservations call 42, 1? -J or, a refund to farmers and fisher- work-limit clause of years attorney
County Hospital Corporation. The! 237-J. !:I for : the Social Security Act. H! also I Isubmittej County Board of County Commis- I
made last week Savage To Show men on gasoline used agricultural -
s appointment was a bill which would per- (Continued on Page Eight)
and commercial

Lady bv Johns.Acting Governor Charley E. i Council Approves Legion How To poses. fishing pur- cal mit expenses taxpayers over to deduct three ah per medi-cent I II II I

During the last session Conner I
The appointment of a successorto of income. Matthews |
gross hopes II I
Grunt And GroanIt'll drew a number of important com- Cow bites
Claude L. May of Hampton that these measures will receive mann
mittee assignments including
IiiOffiee'.y
whose term on the board also ex- : Removal Of Oaks : Finance and Taxation Rules and favorable consideration at ai early II I

pired Jan. 1, has not yet been an- be "no holds barred" as Calendar, Public Health and Safe- date. I

e nounced. It is understood that I I II Leo Savage, ex-professional wrest- ty, Public Welfare, Resolutions, In other bills, Matthews b seek-

Mr May did not seek another Before anyone could raise an anguished ler, lectures on the art of wrest- Alcoholic Beverages, and Chair- ing to improve navigation, flood;j I

term on the board. cry of "woodman spare ling and demonstrates the various man of Agricultural. Since 1951 control and the development ofj i n s .

:Members of the board were in: that tree" the first of two stately wrestling "holts" at the Tuesday he has represented the Eighth the rivers and harbors in the 8th ,

Tallahassee Wednesday conferringwith i oaks that adorned the east court night meeting of the Starke Congressional District on the District; to build a V. A. neuro- | I
Gov. Johns and members of" house lawn fell before the axes American Legion Post. i! I
and tubercular
I Legislative Counci\ aychiatric hospital; ,
By Alice McOarvey j of the fact that his wife is, according the Improvement Commission in and saws of city workmen Wed- The grunt-and-groan artist has Currently, Conner is conceded !
and to deduction cf |
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to the records, the first to the election which will i I permit premiums
regard [nesday morning. announced that he will demon- 'by Florida political writers and man bites cow !
Women should take an active II woman to hold public office in have to be held in Bradford County, Removal of the two trees was strate wrestling holds provided I observers to be one of the top I on a modest life insurance ; that aint news. Even In ,

part In civic affairs is the beliefof I Lawtey. before bonds to finance the con- I agreed to by the City Council at he can find a couple of volunteer ;; contenders for the 1957 Speaker-I policy. He also attempted 'u) help, these days of high priced 1

Ethel Reddish newly elected j Although political office is a : struction of a hospital can be an unusually short and quiet meet- subjects (men who don't have to .ship of the House of Representatives. -i solve the problem of agricultural i iI steak man bl'es cow every ,
been
city clerk of Lawtey. Having I i I marketed. work the next day). j I
into office on January 4, new experience to Mrs. Reddish, :jig Tuesday night. surpluses by asking the Se-tretary' day. i
sworn she grew up. as Ethel Drawdy, in Clifford Currie. who has been I The voun? lawmaker graduatedfrom of Health, Education and Welfare! Bat when cow bites m.a.u- i
Mrs. Reddish is spending most of City Clerk Carl Johns said that I
a political' atmosphere. Her ma-:! Local Bank Deposits announced as one of the wrestling Bradford High School and ', brother, that's news! j
office getting acquainted Commissioners :to investigate the workability of
each day in her had requested
will ternal grandfather the late Char- I Gain 1 the County "guinea pigs", will; serve refresh-) the University of Florida where I Read all about it in Sam i ilcGal''ey's
but Show Good !
with the work ; { to distribute of these
removal of the trees which if he is' in economics a plan some
lie F. Barber, of Macclenny, with i meats after the meeting ( he majored agricultural down-to-earth ;

later.announce The general regular neatness office of hours the whom she lived, served both as:;i Officials Optimistic I harbore4<| a flock of :birds that, at able to). ; and political science. Whileat commodities to the aged. | column Tanner's Diary",

broom in the corner representative and as senator. {j I times caused: certain inconven- the university Conner was active In reviewing his first j ear in elsewhere In this issue.
office; and a I stockholders meet- i and I''
The annual affairs was
in Each
implies that the routine of a house- Mr. and Mrs. Reddish have two i fences to persons strolling under Phillips Out campus office, Matthews pointed with } week "things hap.pen" -
ing of the Florida Bank at Starkewas elected to membership in Florida 1. to Sam and Alice that
of that of a businesswoman children Ray, at present In Korea to his in the successful! i
wife as well 1 Jan. 12. the trees or parking their can pride part
heW on "Bank Day", I Blue Key, leadership fraternity. yon never dreamed weald
has been brought to Law- and Mary Elizabeth who lives with All directors and officers were re- I there. Now the birds will have to For School Board He currently is engaged in live- fight for the release of $4.190.0001: happen In the peace and
her husband and two little girlsin
tey city haILBefore elected for the new year. find another place to roost. stock, farming and the general for modernizing and enlarging: the, quiet of rural life. If you're
Tallahassee.
her marriage to Bryant As of December 31. 1953 deposits Only' one other: major item of O. J. Phillips, longtime memberof insurance business in Starke. V. A. hospital at Lake City j not a regular reader of
Reddish who combines his job of Probably the last person to in the local institution were the Board of School Trustees "Farmer's
taken; State and "If the return me U> Con-! DIa"you're
business was up by the city Conner is a former people
district sales manager with cattle know the results of the recent $2,539.618,32 an increase of from Lawtey. announced this week 1 I missing a keen insight into
railing, Mrs. Reddish was em- election was Mrs. Reddish, since 355846.53 for the ;year. fathers. That waS approval of the that he will be a candidate for National President of the Future gross for another term I pledge ,, what It's really like to lire

played in Jacksonville doing she was called to Tallahassee when The regular quarter dividend acceptance of a deed for a 50 foot School Board member from the i Farmers of America. an organization to continue the same unself lih and and work on a Bradford

stenography and bookkeeping. In- one of her little granddaughters I was paid, amounting to $1.50 per roa4 ylgd-of-wat'through property Lawtey district to succeed J. S. composed of 400.000 young devoted service to the 8sh District County farm It's btntao.

cidentally, Bryant was given the was taken to the hospital for an I share, and a substantial amount owned by Steri Simmons. This Norman, who is retiring at the agrtculUrists.) He was selected to all Florida. and to our It's humorous. Ifs really
Job. by some Lawtey businessmen operation. On returning to Law, was added to undMded profits. end of hla present term.
the Florida beloved which I hate tried "grass roots. Be sure to
la for the purpose of widening and in 1849 to receive country,
of convincing Ethel that she should tey the following Sunday she was I The bank management has confidence Mr. Norman's son. Truman re- read Tanner's Diary -
run for city clerk. He has en-' informed that she had been elect ed I that 1954 will prove to be extendrng Westmoreland Street. cently announced that he would i Jaycee Distinguished: Service very hard to give in the' past," regularly.

couraged her and seems very proud city clerk. j I another year of good business. The meeting adjourned by 9 p.m. also seek this post. Award Matthews sa'd. .




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BRADFORDCOUNTY VIEWPOINT PUBLISHER EDITOR HIGHLANDBy Mrs. Lacy Norman i! Susie Bradford 1 j supu.I E S M771IN'I SAVERS !


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FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME :Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thompsonand After a trying week of exams.-j
everything will be back to normalon
son Howard of Jacksonville
the Post Office at StaAe, Florida, under I
entered second class matter at
Published Friday and as Monday. .
every I visited the Lacey Normans Thurs ,
the Aet of March 3. 18711. The Annual staff received proofsof I
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day.Mrs.: Ruth Marr returned home the pictures taken last week 1
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MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL I Sunday after spending several and it won't be long now until the =-
yearbook will be ready for distri-
weeks with friends and relativesin ::;;=-
Jacksonville. bution. fi? i

Miracle In 'Cracker Six'I Those attending church serv- The 7th Grade planted the ryegrass :--:;:
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: or Mrs. Buster Bennett of West Palm sorry about the error. The 7th ';:::; N00 orkti
Beach, Jonnie Mae Strickland and Grade thanks the entire school for -
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Wilbur Mobela of Jacksonville and their support. Without the whole

....... Sara Lee Brown and baby of Tam- school taking part, the project hW ;1IIIIIIII'Quantity ?.-

.. '-'. Some of I pa.Zettie could not have been carried out. Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat Jan. 23
early con.struction Padgett returned home A sign is being made by the I
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a FFA boys to go out at the farm i
9' of dredge with her children the Edwin This will let more people know I More Order!
Knights in Baldwin. I where it is located. The boys are The Wesson Oil Shortening (Limit 1 with $5 or )
lake at
T. E. Pease of St. Marys. Ga. also building feed boxes for the ,
Trail Ridge, I
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was a business visitor here last cattle. I
now beingduplicated week. i SNOWDRIFT
The clubs are really on the ball.
:Mr. and Mrs. 'R. E. Sapp and 1
electing their candidates for the
at the new children of Gre'"\ Cove Springs
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"Miss Sweetheart" contest. So I
,, HighlandsPlant ,visited.Mrs. Saps parents' the far the following clubs have
: Normans. CHASE & SANBORN Limit 1 with More Order
Lacey elected these girls: Norma Gon- ( $5 or !)
Bernice Mosley, Mr. Converseand I
zalez FHA; Martha Landrum.
T Callie Griffis are on the sick Spanish Club; Geraldine Carter,

FBLA and Lucille McRae, Beta
list.Happy ;
L }L4 ; Norman. Birthday to Mae Belle Club. COFFEE Lb Can 85CGOLD

Church News Ready and raring to go are
members 6f the FHA who will be
Sunday School at 0:45: a. m
off to the Tampa Fair soon. The
each Sunday, Worship Service 111
It's happening right there before your eyes a modern|:;a. m. and 7 p. m. Prayer meeting girls elected Sandra Chambers to

day miracle in that sandy loamy area east of Lawtey known .each Wednesday 7 p. m. and represent them as their hostess at MEDAL Plain Self-Rising
the Fair. Mrs. or
Sponsor Zelphla
Ten Years Ago. (for reasons we have yet to discover) as Cracker Six. I.Teachers meeting each Saturdayat
Lewis was pleased to have 21
To the astonishment of a few stray billy goats and 7 p. m.
may- Lbs
girls present at the recent meet- $4.05
Ten yean ago this month a hap an occasional panther (in nearby swamps) a great new .. ing. FLOUR LbsS3C 10
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pleasant woman with a cheerful industry is literally being torn from the sandy wastes of a Convention time will be around

smile and twinkling; eyes desolate area used largely, up to now, as a ranging groundfor soon. The'Beta Club elected T. J. -.
tame Into the Telegraph office semi-wild cattle and hogs. LAWTEY% Alderman and JoAnn Smith to I OLD SOUTH .

and said she wanted to ask a The industry, of course, is the second huge ilmenite mineto run in the State elections.

favor. be constructed and operated on Trail Ridge by the bj L. II. FntcbtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Seniors are very happy. They :

She wanted to start writing Humphreys Gold Corporation for the du Pont company of made about $20 on the bake sale GRAPEFRUIToz 11CROYAL

5 new column from the then- Wilmington, Delaware.To last Saturday. Don't forget there
Iftolatcd community of Clay IIUL watch this great new development come into being Jack Brassell, a member oUnce will be one every Saturday same
whooL Sam's Naval force, has recently
Her .
she taught
where place same time.Don.t
from absolute scratch in that near-virgin territory where
returned from a period ot
unbounded enthusiasm and infectious forget Teen Town will be
Clay and Bradford Counties meet, is awe-inspiring and fasci- service and is
not foreign now spend-
personality could open So long See you
he denied. HO that is how Lura natinor. ing a well-earned leave here with there, FAB-U-LOUS : HAWAIIAN
Burgess Mohr's Clay Hill column While chanting crews of Negro laborers push through j I Mrs. Brassell and their small -SusieHAMPTON

was born. from the west with cross ties and rail for a muchneededspur daughter Peggy Lee.

From the first 1nansplclou'ibf'innlnr track mammoth earth-moving equipment is busy on Ernest Wells has been spendinga F FAR TUNA

of recording the the east throwing up roadbeds for highways that will soon furlough here with his mother CHRISTIAN CHURCH

lIt4hborhoodWts of the Clay ribbon through an area that weeks ago was almost impene Mrs. Mae Wells, after having finished Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship : t
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of at Ft.
period training
Hill folk, the column soon grewto trable. a Service 11 a. m.; Youth Program

Include bits of Lura's cheerIng Telephone and power lines were hastily strung and already II I Jackson Thursday, S.of this C. week Ernest for Ft.left Bel-on j 6:30 p. m. Evening Service 7:30 large Pkgs IT CC .' Lt. Meat
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personal philosophy of life, I p. m.Bro. J. B. Dixon pastor.
the once-isolated area has the benefit of these modern voir, Va. for further training.Mr. .

household, and home hints,remedies.favorite recipes utilities. Office and laboratory buildings art rising rapidly I and Mrs. W. Coleman I : Chunks / '*

but the really heavy construction the barges to carry the' Phillips who recently purchasedthe ville spent Tuesday with relatives\ .. _
In the course of time Lura banks of spirals, and the intricate "dry mill" has yet to Thede residence on Lake I in Lawtey.Mr. c '- :_ --_ -: '_. -_ __=.-' ::/
went a on Nebraskan a Western, and visit left married her begin.To Avenue, moved in their last week home.and and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and I .:--= -..:,:--':: ::::: : ;--- c-::.. ::'..r':1'; : ; ; : ",'::.t"":: ;;:.:_;:;-::-..::--:..:::.....;.::_-::;"".<:. :':-;; '.'::.::.
Clay inn school behind. But give you an idea seven carloads of 20-inch pipe are now enjoying new daughter, Jo Ann, were dinner!
unloaded I Mrs. George Niblick of Jack- guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mick-
so great is her love for Florida were at Lawtey last week and trucked to the site
her old friends at Clay Hill and where much of it is already underground. But most of the sonville was visiting relatives in ler in Jacksonville last Sunday.Mr. QUALITY MEATS !
Lawtey on Saturday of last week.
her wide following of Telegraph really heavy equipment will have to wait until the spur trackis of and Mrs. Freeman Starlingand
:Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp the
readers, that today more completed as it would be impossible to bring it in by truck. Heilbronit community were dinner son Rickey, were dinner

than five years since she "wenttV Already: well under way is the sizeable artificial lake thatis guests of Mrs. V. R. Reddish Sat- guests of the H. C. .Harley family Fla. Gr. "A" Dr. & Dr. .
\\ Lura is still writing her last Sunday evening.Mrs. .
being dug for the dredge (yet unbuilt) to begin its opera- urday evening of last week, and !
Clay lull column. tion in. Once started, this dredge like its counterpart at .attended services at the First Baptist James Rosier of the Ever-

To say that she has becomea Trail Ridge will chew out its own lake as it moves forward Church that night. green community was visiting FflYERS E who J PC cut-up JflCLb.
Mrs. V. R. Reddish of
legend at Clay Hill is simplystating Monday
dredging up the ilmenite-bearing sand and muck. Mrs. J. J. Smith and
what is actual fact. We cannot help but wonder what. Mr. James H. Foss Quinell, spent several daughter'l I this week. Lb.Swift's .
The there read her column Mr. and Mrs. Bennett
.
people Bobby
week with relatives in Jacksonville.Mrs.
would think if he i
were living today and could see all this
religiously, and like to A. H. Harley, Sr. is spending and small son, Richard of Ft.
Lura strange activity in an area that is part of a vast tract still
talk about the days when this week with Mr. and Mrs.S. Myers spent the weekend with
not only taught school but bearing the name he gave it many years ago "Woodlawn". C. Harley at HeUbronn. relatives in Lawtey.Mr. Premium Gr. "A" Dr. 4 Dr. "Tender Crown"

before the community was Mr. Foss was one time a deputy commissioner of the U. S Mr. and Mrs. James Anders of: and Mrs. Stone of Feman-

af'I'by a hard road and was Department of Agriculture. He invested heavily in Florida Palatka were weekend guests of dina f were' guests of the L. P. Refuse whole Lb JftC
often isolated in times of bad I real estate, even in that early day and one of his advertising his parents Mr. and Mrs. O. J. family last Saturday.Mr. FRYERS cut-upLb 53C
weather Lura often I't'ndf'red'&en1res folders describes .
"Woodlawn
Park" as being located "betweenthe Anders. and Mrs. L. H. Futch spent .
that could not be obtain flourishing villages of Middleburg, at the head of steam- Mr. and Mrs. Willis Starling and. Sunday afternoon with her brother .

id<< elsewhere, even .to pulling boat navigation on the Biackwater, and Lawtey on the F.C. children and Mr. and Mrs. Drew and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.

an occasional.tooth.The & P. R.R." That, of course, is a pretty accurate descriptionof Starling all of Whitehouse were R. G. Crosby, Sr..of Gainesville.
familiar signature to her the location of the new mining operation. guests of relatives in Lawtey dur Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish Swanson's "Ever-Fresh" Gr. "A" Dressed & Drawn
column LOVE, LURA Is ing the weekend.Mr. .
i Steamboats no longer dock at Middleburg (once a and mother, Mrs. V. R. Reddish
genuine and since, for no one and Mrs. W. M. Smith were
'can read Mrs Mohr's writing flourishing trading center for this entire area), and Lawtey In Jacksonville one day last week. were visiting in Jacksonville last Quick-Frozen, 3 to 4 and 4 to 6 Ib. Average

without being Impressed by her is now on the S.A.L. instead of the F.C. & P. R.R., but one i Mrs. Smith remained there for Sunday.

love and consideration for her thing remains unchanged the ilmenite that was under I several days as guest of Mrs. R. Miss Cheri Redgrave of Jack- I Lb
felow human beings. Many the ground, unknown to Mr. Foss and those early settlers I L. Smith whose mother passed sonville spent the weekend YOUNG TURKEYS 69C

have been helped over rough who bought lots in Woodlawn Park and built fine homes away the first of the week. relatives in Lawtey. with I .

place by her cheerful philoso- most of them long since abandoned, or destroyed by fire and Mrs. Horace Cox of Jackson-I The Lawtey Home Demonstration f
phy and advice, and they write the elements. Club met for a spend-the-day
her frequently expressing their better shape than ours was. session in the home of Mrs. Effie
appreciation for the help that Even if they had known the mineral was there and whatit Folks have Jailed me on the II Miner on Tuesday of last week. Tender "Eat-Rite" Beef

she has been to them. could be used for the knowledge would have been uselessto news again this week and of Combining business with pleasure,

In her article this week, 3Irs. them, for only the miracle of modern machinery makes course I can not go looking for I the ladies spent the time in the Lb

Mohr describes the beginningof the mining: of this low grade ore feasible. news, can't leave mother longenough study and practice of renewing CHUCK ROAST 39C
Said Mr. Foss in to do much work of and I
her column and her love for an advertising booklet published around any refinishing old furniture. A
.
Clay 1IUL We recommend a. 1900: "This is an ideal place for a man of small means; kind so all know I can not go I covered dish luncheon was en-

regular reading of "Clay Hill plenty of fish and game; it costs him nothing to fatten his hunting news. Am asking for more, joyed at the noon hour. The work

Echoes' for those who are sheep and cattle; plenty of eggs and chickens throughout the help on this news again. If you I was under the direction of Missi j.-: ':: ; ::-' '""':*'J.r-.I"c"-F--Z": :: :: > 1".: :_" _"' """ 'y..i ";- r- -::-.';;... ;, ,;.;;.-.:'.;.:...=.;. .'::: :'
folks want to see our column Dorothy Ross. Mrs. Miner
was as-
prone to become disheartenedand year; good crops of fruits, vegetables and cereals rewardhis !
the news you will have to helpme >I I j sisted by her daughter Mrs.
despondent of life when seem the to labors every month in the year." with it, that is only fair. 11 Frank Wells. RUSO Sliced, Sweetened, Quick-Frozen
rough spots Now thanks to the genius of modern industry, some-

come her On column a the little tenth too we anniversary close want together.to express of- thing this besides area. Industry fruits and is vegetables moving in will and offering reward the a welcome laborerin --. S T RAW B ERR I E S 5 Cans 99CACE

to Mrs. Mohr our appreciation balance to an economy that was too dependent upon agricul- 'The 0
for her faithfulness and ture. What is true here is true elsewhere in Florida for the

loyalty to the people of her resources of our blessed state have hardly been scratched. GaG( 4 Concentrated

former home and to assure her Yes it is fascinating to watch the birth of a great new Tirst Coin i issued by the I i HIGH Quick-Frozen

that she has a devoted follow industry at "Woodlawn". The story that is unfolding thereis
United States of America.
ing among the readers of the pretty much the story of Florida a story that will con- .,.' I I Cans

Telegraph.wmvu..a..VYV. was tinue the to ilmenite bring developments mine undreamed as undreamed of by Mr.of Foss.by us today as THE 13 COLONIES.UNDERTHE.." ORA N GE E JUICE J I E 8 99C

ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION, -

Tampa Sunday afternoon. home. They brought Louise to see I r WERE NOT WILLING TO '
1 I Sweet Juicy Grade "A"
W. B. England and little daughter her mother but intended to take I +f! 1 USH A CENTRAL fSTAS.'I'I

LONG BRANCHby I Louise went to Jacksonville{her back to Jacksonville.It i .AMONG THE LIMITED COINS Lb Bag

j last week. "Dub" looking for work j! seems our children are here Fl ORDERED BY CONGRESS HOWEVER, i f LA. ORANGES S 5 19c
Mrs J. L. Strickland I and Louise to visit her aunt Min-,to correct us. My daughter Joan / WAS THE.FU610 CENT*WHOSE
nie and cousins. Dub returned Lang, who lives at Tampa told
and .Jimmy LanggaAAAAAAAAAALAALAAAALALA I home but Louise stayed for a few I I me in her last letter I have been I II INSCRIPTION*MIND YOUR BUSINESS' \ r I

,days. W. B. England and :Mrs.]:making a mistake, Betty Jean IS ATTRIBUTED TO

Mr. and Mrs. Parry, our McNess Strickland were in Starke on busi-'.Carter is Gertie Faircloth's great BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Large Juicy Florida ; i
ness last week. Mrs. Strick- grand daughter, not grand daughter. -
dealers from Penney Farms called land has to bum a ride with some :: I knew this but just failed to For

on us last week. We were sorry in I one before she can go anywhere.;,l think correctly, anyway it is easier GRAPEFRUIT 4 19CLAND

to the learn hospital that when Mr. they Parry were was to,I so she went with the son-in-law:|to write grand and leave the great Good Old Ben Franklin was the very essenceof
this time. When we got home we grand off. Do all agree with me?
Also, :Mrs. I
make their call in Dec. |
P&rrYI'as. called to N. Y. to her:.found that Robert Martin hadtaken (I hope so. thrift and industry. {We welcome people of
I pity on us Stricklands and I
who ill. We are glad: | Last week Bud Wilkinson came
daughter was I
,gathered us a load of light wood
all have improved in health since i to mow our fields, plow and get thrift and industry to use the many servicesof I
I I to start our fires with on these O'SUNSHINE CRISP TEXAS
E
that time. I cool mornings. We this I ready to plant them. Got out in
The pastor of the Long Branch i( much. appreciate I!the one field, made one round our bank. I
I very
church Rev. Miklle was calling I mowing, got stuck twice and decided II
on folks in this neck of the woods I I Pearl !Mosley spent the day with' to wait until the ground is II I BUTTER CARROTS I
Miss Lillie Wilkinson one day last
Sunday, he made a" call on the ,week. drier before he tries it again. He I ,
Englands (Faye and family). All really made some ditches with .
seemed glad to see the preacherand I'I Pompie Padgett is staying with those tractor wheels! Began to

family. I[his sister-in-law, Aunt Babe at look like he was there for keeps, Lb Cc//oP/cgs4fiC//
Gertie Faircloth's daughter Kate the present time. or until the land is dry enoughfor /; 69C 1
FLORIDA BANK at STARKE
spent a few days with Gertie and Dub England went back to Jack the tractor to pull out and I

Mr. Faircloth last week. sonville Monday of this week,.not bury up all of the way. But he ; I .

Charles Lang spent .weekend didn't returned home but Monday went to his place and we saw he Member Florida National Group -- __- <-",'-- -. ,-... --" :;-"" "" '- : f
I I !_ .....,..., .!!' ""'Iiiii1iiiimjiwnVm
L.f 'To -
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with his parents. Mr. and Mrs.(,night Minnie Lee and boy friend was burning the land off then we *tM.g <

Richard Lang and family. Charles. came to tell us Dub's car had broken -I heard the tractor really working, 2 k_ 1 .t; i = J;__:-_. ._-'. -::.
and his wife returned home to I down and he couldn't get so he must have found his land in I lf





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VVYYYVyyyyyyVVYYYYVYVVVVHAMPTON and daughters of Tampa spent I YrTTTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYY They start at 7:30. p. m. You are were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. A. I I children and Mr. and Mrs. '.. L. :Wills, Tampa: and Mrs Eva Dur-
the weekehd with relatives and invited to attend. W. Thomas and family Wednes- Mott and family Sunday.Mr. Johns and son. i
den and Lulu Raiford.In .
friends in town. BROOKERBy Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and day evening. and Mrs. Robert Bighamand i F. I. JI Armstrong
Edwards
:Miss Dorothy Ross Home Dem- son, Gwinn were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Tomlinson and family of Tampa were visitingMr. I the dinner guest of of Mrs.Tampa.Eva Har was Cirrolt Court, Bradford Cvutr,
onstration agent of Starke was in Mrs. John Mott of Gainesville Sat- Florida IB ChaBrtrjr
and Mrs. W. E.
sons arrived home last Wednes- Bigham and
by Mrs. Wm. W. HammondAAALAAAAAAiAAAAAAAAAAAAA town Thursday. The 4-H girls met' Polly Wait Jr. urday night. I family.gt. rell and daughter, Yvonne, Mon- Joseph Paul McDonald. Plaintiff vs.
day after two weeks stay in day evening. Mildred McDonald Defendant.
in the forenoon and the Home JAAAAAAAA 4.AAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Mrs. Ressie Colson and daugh-+Opelousas, La. First Class and Mrs.V.. I Case No. 10-27
Demonstration Club in the after- Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Harris j Order Of Publication Ami A otic To
Mr. and Mrs. George Williams Garden Club ters of Starke spent Saturdaywith Mrs. E. M. Hazen has just returned C. Davis and son Glenn have returned I Appear State ef Florida Tot
and son, Howell visited Mr. and noon.Mr. The Brooker Garden Club met Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson. I home from a six week visit to their home in Columbia, ted Mrs. G. W. Eddy, who is a :Mildred McDonald whose residence -
and Mrs. George Saxon patient in St. Luke's I and address is$04: West 55th
Hospital
Mrs. Ed Durban of Lawtey Sunday Friday evening at 8 o'clock in the Mr. and Mrs. Merle Gano and with her children. S. C. after enjoying a two weeks Street New York City. New York.
were called to last week Sunday. We wish for
Pompano daughters, Cherry Beth and I vacation her a Weedy You are required to appear on
Sally with
afternoon. Community Center' with Mrs. Mrs. their parents. Also
Aubrey Hazen and children I I
by the death of their son-in-law recovery.HOSPITAL. February 8, 1954. in the above named -
r llr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins and G. C. Gentry. Mr. Gentry is well Hewlett Anderson presiding. It were visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. F. and Mrs. E. M. Hazen were in while they were home they en- Court and cause, wherein plaintiff -
I daughter, Marie of Jacksonville, known in Hampton where he had was decided to have the Camelliaas Gano Sunday. Cherry Beth, the Starke on business Monday. joyed catching the big fish on the ADMISSIONS seeks of minor divorce child.custody and support I
'I
the club flower. oldest of the two girls is remain- coast.
and Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Wigginsand visited frequently and had been Luther Adams and George Bradford County Telegraph shall i
ing for the rest of the week with Mr. and :Mrs. Carl Edwards publish this Order in next tuur
of The
family of Starke were guestsof in bad health for a number of The guest speaker for the evening her I Adams of Milton spent the week- following patients have been weekly issues.
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. years. I was Mrs. Andasia Bennett of grandparents.Mr. end with Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kel- Gainesville were weekend guestsof admitted to Doctor's Clinic HOSPi-1 Witness my hand and official seal I
I and Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. tal the at Starke. Florida this January 6,
H. B. Wiggins, Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth entertained .Tung Acres. She gave an interesting i during past week: } : I 1S54!
Olsen and Mr. and Mrs. the ladies of the Christian talk on roses and how to I took Mr. Hamilton's mother, Mrs. ley.Mrs.. Neta Dyal is spending the I W. Hodges.Mr. Waldron. Miss Wilma Alexander. 'OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
Gross of Lorrington and New I Church at her home Thursday grow them in Florida. I(IJ. W. Hamilton, to Bradenton week with her son-in-law and and Mrs. E. W. Hodges hadas Mrs Annie! Overstreet. and Del- By Marian L. Crosby Clerk! of Deputy Said Court Clerk

Smyrna were recent visitors of afternoon. At this time the Ladies Mrs. Bennett extended an invitation I where; they spent the weekend. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mc- their guests Saturday night, I bert Green all of Starke: J. M Zat-h H Douglas. 505 Lynch Buildin -
I .
PI I Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson Council was reorganized and will to the Club to be her I, F. I. Edwards of Tampa is visiting David. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Parrish and Spence. Milan, Ga.. Walter S ':AUy"*. Jacksonville for!!Plf Fla. 1 g 4t 1Jt9stARLING'S

and family meet the 3rd Thursday in each guests for the March meeting.The I. with his parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller and -. "'""""""- ="..-- =-- --" -
Club MeetingThe month. After the business meeting center wad attractively'''Mrs.* T. B. Edwards of worthing-j I son of Gainesville were visiting "

Hampton Home Demonstration refreshments were served by,decorated with camellias, narcissi II ton Springs, and Mr. .the Dyals Sunday.
Club met at the Community the hostess to nine members.Mr. and sea weed. Refreshments were iZ. W. Hamilton. II i I i Mr. and Mrs. Larson Mintz of

Center last Thursday afternoon. and Mrs. Horace Elmo Mc-j served by the hostesses who were I Mrs. Beulah Harrell, M. O. Hari I j'Jacksonville were guests of Mr.

Election of officers was held. Gee are the proud parents of a I Mrs. Hewlett Anderson, Mrs. W. : l and I Mrs. L. L. Parker Saturday.
Mrs. Wm. Hammond was re-elec- son, Horace Elmo Jr., born Tues-I T. Coram, and Mrs. Dave Green. visi-ting '!'.' Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin were
ted President Mrs. T. J. Alderman day morning. Jan. 19, at the Edward Endicott celebrated his I and Mrs. Cecil Moore of in Starke on business Mcnday.

re-elected V. Pres., and Mrs. Alachua Hospital in Gainesville.Mrs. twelfth birthday Monday evening, I ville Sunday. Mrs. Moore Jackson-I Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis of
Gertrude Slade re-elected Treas- Jimmy Swindell of Starkeis Mrs. Lewis served cake and ice returned from the Lake Butler visited Mrs. Mandy

urer. Mrs. Minnie Marcionny, the caring for the McGee children.i]j cream to the relatives who attended i i she has undergone an operation.Mrs. Lewis Monday.Mrs. .

only new officer, was elected Cpl. Larry Cochrane, a former I the occasion. j C. L. Atkinson and Mrs. Eldon Hardy of Starke
Secretary. A very interesting I Hampton boy, son of Mrs. James There will be a Home.Demon-]I Reed Lewis and Miss Ernestine and Mrs. Elsie Crews of Jacksonville -
meeting was held. The Club is Swindell, is spending a furloughat stration Council meeting January Russ were shopping in Starke. were visiting the O. W. Bar- GROCERY AND MARKETPHONE

collecting Christmas cards, comic his home. Larry has been trans- 26th in Lawtey at the Methodist Ii I Mrs. F. M. Sullivan, daughterof rys Friday.
books, picture books and any- ferred from Camp Pendleton, Church. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Raborn Mrs. Guy Harrell was shoppingin 70 STARKE, FLA.
thing that is interesting for chil- Calif. to Albany, Ga. Just a reminder that the Brooker I spent the weekend with her par- Gainesville Monday. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES

dren to be taken to the Farm Jack Southerland of New River Baptist Church is still having I,ents.Mr. Mrs. Rita Brown and Mr. and THESE PRICES GOOD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

Colony at Gainesville. called on his sister, Mrs. Lester it's series of revival meetings. and Mrs. Stanley Crosby Mrs. W. A. Brown of Dunnellon >o

The members were also reminded McCullough and family Monday I --
of the County Council of Home evening. I This weeks BIGSPECIALS

Dem. Clubs to be held at LawteyJan. NEWS

26, and to take a covered SCHOOL Barnes are I

dish.We two Shirley new pupils and Carrol in Mrs. Williams' Q Superior Sue's S

missed two of our membersMrs. from Vernon Ala. .
room. They are RSpF.s 291
Wiley. Williamson, who has All pupils in school are taking! Prize Sugar
moved to Starke, and Mrs. J. A. mid-term examinations this week.

Williams, who has accepted a position On Saturday Frances Lott went

at the Farm Colony. with her father to Tampa to take y PONY CONTEST _11T Green -. iI..,;; ", _. ," '.
Mrs. S. R. Wallace and chil- her grandmother home. Merle) ;;; "" --;;:- .' "'- -'" "-- ).> m
dren of Starke have moved to Packham is the proud owner of anew Beans 2 cans 23e

the Methodist Parsonage here. bicycle. $4.69
F L
Iou25Lb
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Meade of Bobby Savage went to Tampa .
Jacksonville visited their niece, Friday afternoon with his father Vienna
Mrs. Vernon Slade Sr., and sister- ,
in Mrs
Thirteen boys and girls
in-law, Mrs. Fannie Meads, Sat- Starke lOc 1
Sullivan's room visited Sausage can
urday. 1/w
over the weekend. "P -gal Jar
Paul Green of Daytona Beach +
There were 66 pupils and four 53c
.31r
visited his aunt, Mrs. Vernon I
last
teachers in religious services
Slade and family, and grandmother Matches 3 pkgs 23c I .. '
.
,- liL :: > -
Mrs. Fannie Meads, on Sunday. Sunday.The eighth grade had a birthday : __,;:.. ; w..l.Jf; .: -._ -_,<: -_ ._._
Mrs. J. G. Adkins has been help-
party last Friday for Nancy Any Brand, WHITE 2 For
ing care for her grandson, little
and Iris McCullough. Mrs. _
Dryden
Walter Prevatt son of Mr. and Lester McCullough assisted Mrs A Cigarettes pkg 22c
Mrs. Emory Prevatt who is ill ,
,
,
Perkins in serving a salad course I Bread
near Starke. 25cMilk
cake and cold drinks to all the
Mr and Mrs. W. C. Rivers and
eighth grade pupils at a gaily is How Enter
children, and mother, Mrs. Rivers decorated table. Both Nancy and Here to 3 cans 40c
,
i of Live Oak, spent Saturday night
Iris prsented with a lovely
? and Sunday with Mrs. ,Jessie Chas- were : -
piece of costume jewelry. After SUPERIOR Superior lee CreamICE
tain.Sunday refreshments the class enjoyed Beef Stew 33c
i guests of the J. A. can :
on the school playground. CREAM ,
games
Williamses were Judy Stokes and Emily McKinney is out of school Prize Pony Contest GIRTf Lbs
Martha Sue Brookins of the Dedan S 5 33c
because of sickness. We all miss isGood
Church, Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Heath ..or.i_
her very much and hope that she Coca Cola ctn 21c
and family of Lulu and Miss Ear- Food
lene Nazworth. will soon be back with us. Boys and Girls, Superior Sue wants you to enter this pony- I CABIN HOME
Miss Bell and Miss Tompson of naming contest right that is if would Jib Get
Mrs. W. A. Saxon and childrenwere away you to

ilfi.in Gainesville Sunday. Starke ducted the Children's a chapel Bible service Mission in the audi-con- .Yes. ,. good nourishing food for. .everybody delicious win a fine pony! as ....- Contest Campbell iM E A L 5 Lbs 29C

D. W.sister Moore, Mrs.of T. F. torium last Tuesday morning. many varieties in cones, All you have to do is to send in the winning lame So go

visited her the weekend. Eleven of our pupils received cups, pints and large take.homo to the store selling Superior Ice Cream and get a contest Blanks 1' -" '''''' --OUi .", "." ._-. ., "
Brown over awards. packages entry blank. Read the rules and send in the name. Nothing -- ci'i iU ..::.i ". '- r. :_' '.
Mr. Emory Brown visi,, SOUPS
and.Mrs.
ted Mr. and Mrs.: F..L. Wattersonof We have both measles and It's the favorite ice cream in to buy. No box tops or wrappers needed. Contest ends Now -3- 'eansc'
mumps in school so our lunch room March 31, 1954. .
Heilbronn Sunday. this section because it is f

Mrs. Shebie Jean Prevatt of attendance has decreased. We had SUPERIOR I 0 2 for Tomatoes 25 I
Waldo visited Miss Norma Jean only 420 meals served last week. --- I c

.Jones, Sunday. lunchroom Henry Johnson with is oranges supplying and the we Buy Some Today S IIJ/eIttOf; Cream of f Chicken 33c I : -' '. &. ,t --- '- .
)klr. and Mrs. J. J. Brannen visited are dill having the delicious \ : -<;' "'! f '''Mf.'iP-:5Iti: : ; ; '-C'_ ...- '
their son, R. A. Brannen and, ;
children Sunday afternoon. ''I'deftly ambrosia! which Mrs. Johnson so 11111: IE &:RlElIlt1 CUT RITE

W. M. U. MeetingThe prepares. 2 (or
W. M. U. of the First Bap- iWAX i PAPER 23c

tist Church met Friday Jan. 15, Chicken Noodle 33c
at the home of Mrs. E. D. Allen
New cab comfort
with Mrs. E. L. Birt as cohostess.Mrs. .
Pkgs
Dan Johnson had the pro- 2 for NAPKINS 2 23cChicken
gram in charge with different

members taking part. The Royal & Rice 33c !
J Service book was used. I .e1R .
I Thirteen members were present.I convenience safety
I Mrs. Gene Birt dismissed with I .
v 2 for
. prayer, and during the social Lb.C
hour Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Birt OL EOLb

r. served. and refreshments.Mr. Mrs. Wallace. Collins Chicken Gumbo 33c

entertained at dinner Sunday Mr I P -... .. ",, '- ... .,,..,.. .. ,
"$ .0'
I' and Mrs. Gordon Wadsworth and 2 for : ii. ._<'.... -it __'_'T'.- c-r' .'/;

rt children. William of Gainesville.Mrs. Hammond. and Beef 33c 1

. daughter, Willow Ruth attendeda Veg. [ pIA Cans

birthday party Saturday night i E S 2 25C
! and
at the home of the Clarence
I II II
2 for
., : .
Fred :;ampsons on Geneva Lake ; ;

near Sampson Keystone celebrated Heights.his 84th birth-Fred Beef Noodle 33c :;
GRHE Bunch
if day. Other guests were from. EE ENS s 4C
1 i Starke, Keystone Heights, and I

Gainesville. Mr. Sampson received I .,_. .
' many Mr. nice and gifts.Mrs. Donnie Hugh Vegetable t 2 f for 27c I : t ; l.It--! ,><... .- ..... -.-';:-..''''-''''.' ".'--..'-'pn."'.-"--' "

; j Tender BABY CHUCK Lb.
If Crawford and Donna Faye were
i Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
(. Mrs. Coalsie Rigdon. I I HEINZ Roast
I 34c
rt Mr. and Mrs. William Hammond |I i

" and daughter, Willow Ruth, were

Sunday supper guests of Mr. and i i I" '-" ,
,, ",' : }..-.. .".i ,'M----f '" .:" --' --:' :;"- .
Mrs. Harry Baker and family I BABY F FOOD I -. ,j<- -,-.-. --,/-" .- ,'
I I
' Harry Jr. returned with them 10'' S IOKED'SPECIAL'
spend the night and Monday. I

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FOUR BRADFORD COuNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY 22, 1954
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..psflrs sssrrrS rs Sn -ys r rrrSS rsS rrflr ss mr flrfl I Facts About Polio corporations.
Strange
Engaged
Bradford Coaaty
Name: Slade Gas Company Inc. Iml 1ll1ALYARE' STORE Men's.Clothing

.JAM'S COUPSE-RPST OF ATTEMPT A POLIO TO EPIDEMIC/ALTE&TW*? Starke Principal is, further Florida.It place.directed of that business a copy: I Established 1894 I I

aso.ooo cutmi.i.. u. -r of this notice be published one time
PART *4 W 6AIJtA GL5JL p4(1 5 in the Bradford
c ,, /95s.FmE County Telegraph,
,. 7 O'ILf e 5cCG a newspaper published la Starke.
.. ,; 4cTO,4cATi F/C/AL SS.L73' Florida in which county the home
: I office of the above listed corpora-
tions are shown to be located.
Gladys Mooty I IX WITNESS WHEREOF. I have "SCHOOL DAYS"ARE
herento set my hand and caused
Phone 35 the Great Seal of the State of Flori-
da, to be affixed at Tallahassee
-_- ssSSSS strssSSttSssss r ssssssss 1- ki the Capital. this the 13th day of ,
-- - $4 ( January A.D. 1954.
I t 4 4 ( (OFFICIAL SEAL} R. A. Gray.Secretary "ESTERBROOK DAYS"Becauseith
St. Mark's Auxiliary ,
Health ProgramIs L '" '- I.I I.- POLIO of State.It .
Names Chairmen I. PPCVCNTION 1/22
Presented i ALONE*
Ii /9 V KASCH Of tWSS NOTICE 10 APPEAR
i I 2 MEPce !. CIrcuit Court Bradford Comity. Esterbrook
\Voman's ClubThe St. Mark's Woman's Auxiliarymet ii r-c; ; 4AA EG&tP4 Florida i !. ChaBrrry. en
75QqQce fG CCpEjl
Wednesday night, Jan. 12, in Hattie Wagner Plaintiff, vs. ,,-ai-I Fountain Pen sludents choose
Starke Woman's Club met J' : xV4M FOUNDATION ; ter L. Wagner, Defendant.Case can ',-=
the parish house with 16 members
tea tuntau RWSALVS*. Xo. 10-290 }
"V I '
Wednesday Jan. 13, in the club present The meeting was opened j Kntlce To Appear their very own point style.Look F
house with Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, with prayer, followed by devotions'' : IV 000 A YEAR- \ .I To: Waiter" L. Wagner, whose
rt-Mdenre and address .
is: Unknown.You
KP POH USAKJNG flEThrP'lQQTh I \
president presiding. led by Miss Clara Leaman. ? '.' are hereby notified that a
tLD p
Mrs. F. B. Beard gave the de A motion was passed to pay $25 I EET CHO OGI us suit been for filed divorce against you r in the TO SELECT OR REPLACE e./
,
IN
votional. It was announced that toward expenses of the delegates S7tMOA/LLWG WOCUIATIONS.P IMNT60MER/. *J &A$5 ATit ; above named Court and cause and HFRFJ All YOU CO
aErG WCI'Fp l7 4d1i VSNTIN flOUO CIBPPIN6, you are required to serve a copy of ,
the State Federation Woman'sClub from the Auxiliary to the Diocesan .NOPf.ESFLWS FREE ; t .4 ppjt ( your answer or pleading to the I'
convention will be held in Council in Pensacola, Jan. 26-27. I 1'v\ palo pg complaint on the Plaintiff
FEll a Attorney Green & Green, Starke.
Tallahassee in April and as many Mrs. Mattie Gahagan, president, \ \'_ \ ,-, Florida I

members as can are urged to at announced the following depart- 3\L\ 4. "_ \ and file the original In the officeof Endorsed ByEducators
the Clerk of the Circuit Courton '
tend. Mrs. Paul Bridges, finance mental chairmen: Altar, Mrs. CA'TIj.poJQQJL or before the ,_

chairman, announced that $26.80was Frank Hoover, Mrs. Eva Fernan- 'F.NcY. 22 day of February. 1954: : For
the bake sale in dez The engagement and approaching 5p. 60LE'GThS otherwise the allegations of said 2556
7.H.c..a7
cleared at assisting; Social Relations, I Complaint will be taken as confessed
December. Mrs. Bridges also announced Mrs. Edward Burns; UTO Offer- marriage is announced of Miss by you. School Use.AnIdealStudentTn.
Mary Catherine Weldon, daughterof I This notice shall be publishes
that plans are going I ing, Mrs. George Miller; Supply, once each week for four consecutive
Mrs. S. Weldon and the late
ahead for the Gypsy Frolic to be Mrs. Prescott; Promotion, Mrs. A. weeks in the Bradford County Tele- \
Stephen A. Weldon, to Charles 1.1.1 -Ai Cos.ie,ccp grnnh S
held in March. Mrs. Marian Howe Stanley Noegel;e Periodical, Mrs. I 1 FH6i4e ThIRO* TE. -YfA5 OLD-- \ Dated this 20 day of January, 1954. .JM
Patrick of Mrs. Lillian Pat- IMS AEEKA
secretary of the Chamber of Commerce Glen Duke; Youth Work, Mrs. son OVERWQo PAGEANT VcTI4ELP p R yio \ (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb
rick of Malone, and the late M. V. S Clerk of the Circuit Court 2668
has asked for volunteersto Thomas Stallings; Worship Miss | By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
Patrick of Marianna.
take care of the C C. office Clara Leaman; College Work, Mrs. j; 1/22 4t 2/12 ,

while she Is working at the State Mrs. Elva Stewart; House, Mrs. 0. ,' I NOTICE TO APPEAR With A Point For\ _

Fair, Feb. 2 to 13. Mrs. Bertha L. Beasley, assisted by :Mrs. Ben BPW Members i IB Circuit Court Bradford County

Pearce was appointed chairman Rowland, Mrs. Daniel Cottle, Mrs. Have Housewarming !I Florldaj Scala.IB Cha.eery.Emilia Plaintiff. vs. Alfred Every Writing Tath.S iIII

of that committee.Mrs. Stallings, and Mrs. Miller; Choir il : Scala, Defendant. 1555

Kincaid welcomed the following Mother, Mrs. Haight, assisted by At Regular MeetingCol. N'ntlcr To App ar. Case No. 10-291 5

new members into the club: Mrs. Mack Futch, Mrs. Gahagan. I I To: Alfred Scala whose residence
Mrs. Noegel, Mrs. Jeannette Kin- Lassiter Mason of Jacksonville and address is: 181 Hall Street.
Mrs. C. A. LeLestainer and Mrs. J. I- S Brooklyn, New York.
winter- caid, and Mrs. H. C. Brown; Iso- connected with the educa- You are hereby notified that a In Case of Damags
,
Maine who
J. Ryan of are lated Families Well, I see another old timer)same results! Marian Howe, suit for _
Mrs. C. V.
ing at Kingsley Lake and also Mrs.Mrs. right.It Ingle- tional television station, Channel is biting the dust this week C. of C. secretary, is starting up a Divorcehas been filed against you in the All Point Styles Ate 1550 e

George Roberts of Lawtey. 7, which will begin operation in they're cutting down another Historical Library for Starke and i above named Court and cause and
Kincaid also thanked Mrs. Cesar was decided to hold the regular beautiful old oak tree on the court- Bradford County and if anyone you are required to serve a copy of Instantly ReplaceaZ'leInstantlyRenewaf'le
this speakerat
area soon, was guest
) Auxiliary I your answer or pleading to the complaint -
meetings on the
Rivera for her work in compilingand house grounds where the folks has donations
any of literature, on the Plaintiffs Attorney
typing the year book for the first Tuesday night of each monthat the Monday night meeting of!,. used to love to sit in the shade books or pictures to spare please I T. Frank Landrum Starke, JItii
distributed at 7:30 o'clock in the parish house. the Starke Business and Professional Florida
printer. These were during those long hot summer drop them off at her office : and file the original in the office of

the December meeting. Thanks Women's Club. The pro- days a couple of months ago A delightful surprise house- : the Clerk of the Circuit Court on -By You. 1551 J'

were also given to the Elks Club, Stork Shower gram was arranged by Mrs. they cut down several beautiful warming was given Saturday evening -i or 1954 before; otherwise the 22 the day allegations of February of,

Junior, Woman's Club, Garden For Mrs. YorkMrs. Marian Howe and Miss Pat Lambe, oaks on W. Madison street to for A. Y. and Mary Covingtonat said Complaint will be taken as

Club, City Council, Lions dub and the latter serving as News Service make. room for a filling station their new home on Kingsleylake confessed This! notice by! you.shall be publishedonce Complete Fountain Pens $2.30 and $2.80

Rotary Club for their donations Marion York of Fernandina Chairman.The and before that a whole row of by five couples who showered each week for four consecutive

toward the Christmas decoration Beach was the honored guest at a meeting was held at the new stately old oaks.on W. Call streetto them with kitchen equipment .I(I weeks graph. in the Bradford County Tele

contest sponsored by the Woman's stork shower Friday evening at home of Mrs. Robert Green, and a make room for widening the Ann Cressler, from U. of F., will Dated this 20 day of January, 1954.

Club.Mrs. the home of Mrs. S. G. Denmark. housewarming for her was also street guess we shouldn't be home Monday for two weeks of (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of)toe Charles Circuit A. Darby Court.

A. Russel Norman, Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. held at the same time. During the gripe about "progress", but it just mid-semeiter vacation. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk

man of the Health chair.\\Denmark, Mrs. Ned Yancey, Mrs.I business meeting session, Mildred makes me sick to see Starke being Effie and Maxie Carter cele- 1/22 4t 2/12

troduced Mrs. Geraldine Silva who Vernon Silcox, Mrs. Jim Chasteenand Sapp and Maryon Arnold reportedon stripped of its only charm and a| brated their birthdays Saturday :NOTICE TO APPEAR -- J

presented members of the fourth, Mrs. Leslie Biggs. the recent meeting of the zoning long as I'm able to type I'm goingto evening with Mr. and Mrs. Morris I. Circuit Court Bradford County, \
Florida In Chime-err.
and fifth grades in songs entitled Attractive arrangements of ca- board, which they attended. Mrs. keep right on griping about Carter at the Steer Room in Jack- Anne Bullock, Plaintiff vs. Benjamin Esterbrook Desk Sets From $3.00

"So They Won't Catch Cold" and j mellias were used throughout the Sap will represent the BPW in these beautiful old trees being cut sonville where they enjoyed dinner Bullock, 4th Defendant.

"Health Song". A trio. composed!party rooms and a pink stork cooperating with the committee.An down : Gilda Graham celebrated her I I Nolle To Appro Case No. 10-292: Maroon Green Walnut Gray BlackIn

of Frances Dodd. Bobbie Bastedo!centered the gift table. Miniature invitation to the District Hear that Ovid and Geraldine 4th birthday on Saturday after- I. To: Benjamin Bullock 4th whoseresid.'nce
and address is: 4618 Spruce Colors To Match Your Office Furnishings
and Carolyn Crews sang "My1[pink and ,blue cradles filled with 3-4 meeting in Callahan on the Bennett moved from the Kincaid noon at a neighborhood party Street, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.You .

Heart Stood Still" and "My Bud- }I toasted pecans on the individual!j 31st was read, and reservations cottage on N. Walnut street to John Anderson celebrated his on I' suit for are hereby notified that a i 0

dy". Charleen Hardy also played ;refreshment trays carried out the I'made. Local Club President Desta 3308 Plum St., Jax so Ovid will be the 26th Betty Ann Phillips Divorce. custody and control of ':

a piano solo. A health film, "The ]j stork mbtif. :Dyal will serve on. the district closer to his work at the NAS and Carolyn Redgrave both had minor child >

Proof of. the Pudding", followed!I j' Mrs. York received many lovely j j i nominating committee. and Ruth Johnson and family birthdays on Wednesday the 20th. above has been named filed Court against and you cause In and the | BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

the music portion of the program. ?gifts from the 30 guests and also I j l A committee composed of Mrs. moved from the Reddish house on Glimpsed Donald and Oleeta you your a-e answer required or to pleading serve a copy to the of ,I

The club house was attractively j received Cherry street to one of the Fred (Green Hardenbrook visiting complaint the Plaintiff's :
I a high chair from her Sapp, Mrs. Arnold, Margaret Mil- :. on FILING CABINETS OFFICE CHAIRS DESKS
decorated with seasonal' flowers ,hostesses. !Jler, and June Brownlee) was namedto Leonhard houses on 8th street. friends along Call Street while Donis Starke Attorney Florida T. Frank Landrum.' -

and greenery far the meeting.A I I revise the club by-laws and Congratulations to Peggy Cald- enjoying a week's leave from Ft. 'and file the original in the office of 128 W. Call St. Starke, Fla.
beautiful orchid plant holding well and Manuel A. (Stretch) Hood, Texas When they return the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 'I :
Birthday have them ready for adoption as or before the f
Party
nine blossoms centered the speak. I I soon as possible. Madge Middle- Garcia who middle-aisled it Mon- they'll be at home at 1706 StewartSt. 22 day of February, 1954: !

er's table. At McRae HomeMrs. day, Jan. 11, at an old Mission in ., Killeen, Texas Nice to see otherwise the allegations of said I
I ton was appointed to serve the Complaint will be taken as confessed I
Vendura, Calif. also Kenneth Johns and Jack Hazenin
Hostesses for the afternoon I II remainder of the club year as congratsto by you.
I Robert McRae entertained John and Sara Torode on the business together as owners- This notice shall "e publishedonce We Must Make RoomFOR
were: Mrs. Bertha Pearce, Mrs. C. second vice president and membership each week for four consecutive
H. Quick Mrs. Maxie Carter, Mrs. I at a birthday party Tuesday after chairman. Pat Lambe birth of a son on Wednesday atSt. operators of Thomas Truck Terminal wee.ls; in the Bradford County Telegraph I

Vincent's . Too bad that Ken- ,
noon for her daughters, Beverly hospital hear though
Earl Searing, Mrs. J. E. Hildebran I will serve as recording secretary. i Dated this 20 day of January. 1954.
Mrs. C. J, Houpt. and Mrs. Carrie who was four years on sundaY'1 j Mrs. Alice Dwyer of Keystone that Mrs. Lloyd Farber will betaking neth won't be around long, sincehe's (OFFICIAL' SEAL) Charles A. Darby OUR SPRING AND )
'and Barbara who was Mrs. T. C. Stallings' placeat slated for induction on Feb. : Clerk of the Circuit Court I
Ward. J Heights was a guest at this meet- By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk '
'
old on Christmas Eve. :I ing. Shell Oil as bookkeeper and 2 Hear he plans to keep his i 1/22 4t 2/12 I SUMMER MERCHANDISE

The party was held on the lawn I I Freda Green of Lawtey is learning interest in the business, however, I I "
Beta Phi Hostesses Helen Malone and
Sigma where the 31 youngsters enjoyed I I Elizabeth Noegel served refreshments Betty Ann Phillips' job in the so he'll have "something to come 41933 OTICE Probate TO.Art CREDITORS Seen. Hi, 120): I -- & I

games and were given favors of County Judge's office Betty home to", at least In the Court of the County Judge $'

The meet Beta Monday Sigma Phi night sororitywill at 8 horns, candy and gum. I I housewarming while Mrs.gifts.Green openedher Ann is planning to retire within Hear big plans are underwayfor II' Bradford In Probate.In CountFlorida. I ONE GROUP. LADIES FALL .1

Mrs. McRae assisted in month since will the Ball Jan. 30 \
was serving a hubby Jimmy Birthday on re: Estate of Eunice Alvarez
o'clock at the home of Leone Lee
refreshments by Mrs. T. A. be back from Korea about that so start getting your best bib and Canoxa. D..<'ea..e-d. I ITo
with Theta Montgomery as co- All {Creditor and Prrnooo HOT- I{
hostess. Yawn, Jr. and Mrs. James McRae. Kelly-Pitts time See Shellie Hall now tucker out of moth balls and be I ing (Claim or IlrmaadsKain I DRUSESvalue ,

taking tickets at the Florida on deck Those in charge are E"CIltt': I
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Pitts of theatre and Joe Cole of to Nat You and each of you are hereby !
Woodmen Circle Milledgeville trying get Sternberg up-I i notified and required to present any
I' Munson announce the marriage of is the new operator there from Daytona to emcee the floor claims and demands which you, or

To Meet Tuesday their daughter, Mary Davine, to hear that Lucille Mundorf is now show Sure hope they're suc either estate of of Eunice you. may Alvarez have Canova against, the de- !

I I Eustace Lee Kelly, Jr., son of Mr. in the cookie making business! cessfulVilI seem just like old cea.vtd. late of said County, to the g00 (4.
The of the.and Mrs. E. L. Kelly of New River. ,tounty Judge of Bradford ,
regular meeting a takeoff on "I Love Lucy" of TV, times, won't it? to ,
County; Florida at his office in the
Supreme Forest Woodman Circle I I The wedding was an event of only she hopes it won't have the -Carolyn I court bouse of said County at I

will be held in the WOW hall I Saturday, Dec. 26 at 10 a.m. in Starke Florida, within eight calendar -

Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clocat.\ .' St. Mary's Catholic Church, Ft. |1 first months publication from of the this notice.time of Each the $535 !I Tij\ I

which time plans will be made to Walton, Fla. Garden Club Church of God I claim or demand shall be in writ-

attend the District convention in' Mr. and Mrs. Kelly are living at ling, and shall state the place of
To Meet
residence and office
MondayThe School 10 post address of
Sunday Morn-
Perry on Jan. 28. present in Munson where Eustace a.m. I the claimant and shall be sworn toby
ing Worship 11 a.m. Evenmg; the claimant, agent, his agent or BALANCE LADIES
and forester.
FALLDRESSES
Also Miss Kathryn Colson .is employed as a Starke Garden club will i
Service 7:30 YPE Service i attorney and any such claim or demand -II
Miss Voncille Kelly will be initiated -I p.m. not so filed shall be void.F. ,
hear a talk on "How to Grow 7:30 Meet .
Tuesday Prayer 'I
into the circle. Hostesses will New River WMU p.m. A. Canova

FOR A SPECIAlVALENTINE be Mrs. Eunice Wilson, Miss Kath- I, Camellias and Azaleas" by Mrs. ing 7:30 p.m. Thursday. I As of administrator Eunice Alvarez of the Canova Estate ; -

ryn Colson Mrs. Jessie Chastainand Board Meeting Ruby Johns, at the regular monthly Lawtey I deceased.
Sunday School 10 sum. MOrning First publication January 22. 1954
Mrs. Dorothy Dowling. I meeting, :Monday evening at 1/22 4t 2112
The New River Association of Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving -
7:30: o'clock in the Parish house
WMU executive board met last 7:30
BirthiMr. Saturday, p.m. IB Circuit Court. Bradford County, Value
L_. Recent Friday in the Brooker Baptist on Church street. The meeting Florida; In Chancery. 00

.' and Mrs. J. T. Prevatt an- Church. The devotional was givenby will be preceded by the executive CARD ThANKS Preston Hammett Driver Driver Plaintiff Defendant.vs. Dorothy 7J95 to 1235 ,

( Mrs. H. H. Mott, followed with board Case No. 10-289
meeting at 7 o'clock.
the birth of a daughter,
nounce by Mrs. J. P. Sciame. We deeply appreciate the kind- Order Of PabUC'atio..Dd Notice To
Debra Lee on January 1 in Camp prayer Hostesses for the Appear State Of Florida Tot '
During the business session the meeting will ness and sympathy shown by all Dorothy Hammett Driver, whose OutTheyGoAt *

Rucker Hospital Alabama. president of each society repre- be Mrs. Everett Prescott, Mrs. our many friends during the loss residence and address is: Unknown. ,
; & You are required to appear on
; sented brief talk on the Claude Crowson, Mrs. of our loved one, Ury Reddish. -
gave a Harry Moo- February 22, 1954, in the above named -

f&t: ;, I f- I recent Week of Prayer and described ty, Mrs. A. E. McKinney, and Mrs. The family. tiff Court seeks and divorce.cause,Bradford wherein County plain-

their plans for Focus! J. R. McDonald. Telegraph! shall publish this Orderin LADIES NYLON CARDIGAN
Week. i next four weekly issues.
Members of the club
are reminded -
Witness my hand and official seal
of the Camellia show be- :NOTICE OV INTENTION TO at Starke, Florida, this 20 January. I

Class ing held at the Garden in HK01STEK FIC'i'lTIOIotIE: 1954. 1.99
Homemakers Center
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs Value
VAICENE Jacksonville this from 3 Clerk of said Court.
Saturday Notice is hereby given that the
Jewels Elects OfficersThe p. m. to 10 p. m. and Sunday from 1 indersigned. under the provisions of I'By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk S t6
JJ7.50 r hapter 20.S53 Laws of Florida, :Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Building $.1.98
12:30: noon to 7 m. to which all Florida.
MIIBURN17jewdiJ49.75 Homemaker's class of the p. \cts of 1941, will register with the Jacksonville J *
:are urged to attend. ?lerk of the Circuit Court in and Attys for Plf. 1/22 4t 2/12 i
Baptist church met with Mrs. Al- !i for Bradford County, State of Flori- _
'ia upon receipt of proof of publication NOTICE OF INTENTION' TO
of
Be the first to see ma Outlaw Thursday evening I C of C ;: of this notice, the fictitious REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME:
these NEW ELGIN last week. Seeking \ name of Jerome Johns .Oil Company Notice is hereby given that the
The following officers were under which I am engaged in business -I undersigned, under the provUiuns: ALL
WATCHES in our window, Volunteers To Keep at Starke, Bradford County of Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida. _
before they appear on T.Y. Late Starter? I elected: president, Mrs. :Muriel Florida. |,Acts of 1941 will register with the I 99BLOUSES
Minnie Office Feb. 1-13 of said business Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for
Norman; V-President, Mrs. Open That the sole owner I AND
and Radio. beautiful I SKIRTS
They're Mrs is: Jerome John, Starke. Fla. Bradford Ceunty, State of Florida
superbly accurate.As Lou Patray; Secy.-Treas., I Dated this 22nd day of Janaury I upon receipt of proof of publicationof '
little makes I YOU; CANT RUN; to your :Inez Rushing; Social chairman : Mrs. Marian Howe, secretary of A.D. 1954 at Starke BradfordCounty this notice, the fictitious name 'I
as $33.75 Outlaw and teacher .I the Chamber of Commerce, has Florida. I of Dowling Livestock Sales under *
Valentine dreams true insurance agent for more in- ;Mrs. Alma ; which I am engaged in business on I
come 1/22 4t %/l! I
announced that while she is at ,
Mrs. L. N. Pickering. I 'I U. S. Highway 301 north of Starke,
with an Elgin watch. Convenient surance while your home is] Following the business meeting the Tampa Fair, overseeing the Florida. I'

budget terms available going t'p in flames. I'Mrs. Outlaw served refreshments. Bradford County exhibit there, l :.NOTICK UIS >OI.\OF t: ('INTF.NTIOVTO COHPORITION mess That is the: E.sole J. Dowling owner of, Sr said. P bus-O ALL LADIES

if you like. I :Mrs.: Bertha Pearce will be in r Notice is hereby given under the Box 584 Starke Fla.

See Our Window Display i Now, before disaster strikes, \VSCS Meeting charge of the Chamber of Com-. provisions Florida. Acts of Chapter of 1935. to 16SSO.each Laws of the of!I I Dated)., 1954.this at 22nd Starke day of, Bradf'rd JanuaryA.L 'i
office here. 'County, Florida.
I merce I 1.4!
listed under the laws
And Be Convinced is the time to make sure you corporations 1/22 4t 2/12
!I Held At Church Members of the Woman's Club being incorporated under the laws HATS '
have insurance. of Florida, and according to the
QUALITY HAS NO adequate
NOTICE OF INTENTION
have volunteered to help keep office I records of the Secretary of State TO

SUBSTITUTEEd Play safe. Call on us for a i Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, president during Mrs. Howe's absence each and every such corporation appear Notice REGISTER is hereby FICTITIOIS given that NAME the I

of the Methodist W. S. C. S., presided from Feb. 1 through Feb. 13. Mrs.I delinquent for three (3) years undersigned, under the provisionsof
in the of and.
filing reports
today. more
protection check-up or
and Chapter 20,953; Laws of Florida
business
at the regular Howe said she would appreciat it I payment of taxes under the pro- Acts of 1941. will register with the

Simpson I program meeting Monday afternoon if these volunteers would phone in visions Florida of Acts Chapter of 1931 14677.and that Laws under of I Clerk of the Circuit Court in and COME IN AND TAKE ADVANTAGE 'OF THESE
for Bradford County State of Florida -
I i in the church sanctuary.I now the days and time they can I the provisions of said Chapter !I
upon receipt of proof of publication AND MANY OTHER TREMENDOUS VAULES!
Gem H. G. WALL I During the meeting the members serve in the office. 1S8SO Acts of 1935. Laws of Florida, I I of this notice the fictitious
Jewelry"The I I voted to donate $15 to the said corporations have been classedas name of Thomas Truck Terminal
I subject to dissolution, and that under which we are engaged in busIness -
AGENCYPhone Wesley Foundation dinner fund. CARD OF ThANKS' three (3) months after date of this on U. S. Highway 301 south of
House of The program on "Status of Wom publication each and every of such Starke, Fkrida.That '

Fine Diamonds" 146 en" was given by Mrs. L. A. We wish to thank all our friendsfor I have corporations not in the listed meantime below filed their that business the are parties: interested in said "The Storeof

her theme their kind words ,reports due and paid tax due under I ROBBINS
the devotional using as comforting Jack E. Hazen Starke. Fla.
STARKE'S LEADING 200 E. Call Street !the provisions of Chapter 14677.Acts' Kenneth C. Johns. Starke. Fla. Values"PAM
Davis. Mrs. C. D. Williams gave! and many thoughtful deeds during,
of 1)31, Laws of Florida as t Dated this 22nd day of January.
JEWELER Starke "A Sower Went Forth". the loss of our loved one, RobertG. I amended will be certified to the A.D. 1954 at Starke, E'radford County -
I I Governor who will issue Proclamation -I Florida
I r- _-_ I Purdue. The family. at that time dissolving said 1U !11!







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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA
FRIDAY JANUARY 22, 1954 PAGE m'lolr $


Mr. and :Mrs. Merrill Edwardsand :I Prescription to be Filled Cards Mailed Out
family spent the weekend in r team Up Again By Supervisor I

Jacksonville visiting Mr. and Mrs '
To Those Not
pV 0. E. Ray and Mr. and Mrs. James Voting In 52

Kinchen.
6lhi In compliance with the require-I his prompt attention to avoid the

f I ments of State Law, were possibility of finding his name
returned to
Mrs. Kate Sheppard
THE NEWS sent out during the past week to omitted from the registrationbooks
the home of her son, M. H. Shep- ytf u
/ gal 3 all persons registered to vote in at the time of the first
weeks
pard, on Monday after two %
Bradford
County but who failedto primary May 4.
hos-
confinement in St. Vincent's
I Mrs. J. W. McNecr will returno : vote in any of the elections held
and Mrs. Charles Meyersand pital. Mrs. Sheppard expects to The registration books are openin

daughter, Sandi, of Jacksonville -!t her home in Alexandria, Va. return to her teaching position in during 1952. all precincts during Januaryand
weekend with Mr. t oday after a ten-day visit with The return card should be filled
spent the Winter Garden on Monday. February, and will be open at
f her mother Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald out, and mailed back to the Super-
and Mrs. Junius Smith. the courthouse during March. All

and sister, Mrs. M. F. Brown. Chief and Mrs. T. S. Hogsed of W Of pi1 visor of Registration not later newcomers who have lived in
t than 30
days from the date of the
Mr. and Mrs.T. J. Griffin had as Parris Island, S. C. spent the Florida a year and in Bradford

their guest last Friday their great- Mrs. J. E. Brown and Mrs. G. weekend with Chief Hogsed's > original postmark. If no responseis County six months are urged to

nephew, Clyde Clark of Atlanta, S. Brown and children spent Saturday mother, Mrs. W. B. Parks. received the law requires that register at this time. Also all
the registration be removed from
j Ga. in Jacksonville. I persons who have moves' from one
I i the precinct book until the personis \/ithin
precinct to another the
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lance enter-
CITRUS TREES at Sistrunk's. Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and son, I tained at a joint birthday party a I contacted. I county should transfer their regis-

,Vayne, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto reunion Sunday at I Therefore, each voter who receives tratio. t.I:: < and family
Mrs. M. C. Wells visited i- II a card is urged to give it I j
Hugh M. Griffin and Clyde Dees and Mr. and their apartment in the W. B. Parks Jack Hazen I I
of Waldo visited Mr. and Mrs. T. 1: Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Parker Birth- II 1

J. Griffin on Sunday. I it Holly Hill on Sunday.Mrs. days home were on N.being Walnut celebrated street. by Mrs ,j 11 ; \ I II Bradford Bond Sales D

Lance and her son, C. W. Lance of Up 42.2 Per Cent I
Mrs. B. E. Bennett of Mariannaand W. B. Hollingsworth of the 171 I "- *NEAra.STARKE .
St. Simons Island. Among FL-\\
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Caulk of ,Fort White and Mrs. E. C. Priest members of the family present During Last Year I

Panama City were weekend guestsof i and! Mike Sheppard visited Mrs. a a ,< I
N. Carswell i I
were, Mr. and Mrs. R. > ;4 '
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell and Kate Sheppard in St. Vincent's and family of Waycross, Ga C W i! ;It .. Bradford County was ore: of Fri Sat.-Jan. 22. 23

Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Conner. hospital on Sunday. Mrs. Sheppard Lance of St. Simons Island, Mrs. *iii the 53 in the state which contributed -

returned to the home of her son B. R. Quinn of Inverness, and Mr I 1: to a whopping 13.9 million DOUBLE FEATURE
.
Mrs. Inez Kelly returned to the from the hospital on Monday.Mr. and Mrs. Billy Burbank, Jr and 9 gain in Savings Bond saves: in Scared Stiff .

home of her daughter, Mrs. Alton ,. i Florida during 1953 according to
of Fernandina.Mrs.
family
'
Dobbs, after three weeks' visit and Mrs. W. C. Dennis of a statement made by W B. Sewell With Dean Martin and Jerry

with her son, Donald Kelly and Fort White were Sunday guests W. F. Castleberry and Mrs. : Bradford County Chairman of the i Lewis

family in Tampa. of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Alvarez, Ewell Lawson visited Mrs. A. B. I ..,-I Treasury's Saving Bonds Com- -And-
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Sheppard and 1 mittee. Last year's sales of Series
Woodham in Jacksonville on Yon-
Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn Jr Mrs. E. C. Priest. ;l E & H Bonds in Bradford County Wagon Tracks WestWith

I and son, Reggie, of Tampa spent day. I were $68,770, a gain of 42.2 per- : Wild Bill Elliott

the weekend with the senior Pat McGriff spent the weekendin Mrs. Mae Jones and Ben Dowling I i iI cent over 1952's $48,353.For : Plus Serial King of Congo.Chao ,

Flynns. Gainesville with friends at the I the state whole the
Jacksonville visiting Dr. as a 7 and Color Cartoon
of were
Kappa Sigma fraternity house. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton last ;: Huggins Gives Report On Activities I sales were $51,853,410 an increaseof

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Colson, Jr. Friday.Mr. 2. $13,946,512 or 36.8 per cent over Sun., Mon.-Jan. 24, 25

spent Saturday afternoon visitingMrs. Carl Dinkins of Bushnell spent last year's volume, and Florida

Cecil Douglas in St. Vincent's the latter part of last week with Mrs. Frank Castelberryof receives in addition a pro-rata ARENAIn
: and : During First Year As County Agent
hospital and Mrs. A. A. Young- his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.A. Auburndale are guests this y I credit for purchases by armed TechnicolorWith

blood of Waldo in St. Luke's hOse E. McKinney. week of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Law- Kenneth Johns I service personnel and civil service Gig Young and Jean

pital in Jacksonville.Mr. is assistingMr. .I which he 13 seed beds employes paid from central
son. Mr. Castleberry Kenneth With one exception ( Huggins reports I Hagen
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman Lawson id grinding cane while Jack Hazen (top) and honestly admits) George T. Hug- treated with this method duringlast disbursing offices amounting to Plus -Little Rascal" and

and Mrs. Alton Dobbs visi- are spending a few days in Ashe- here. Johns who were teammates for gins, Bradford County's. agricul-I j December. $4,298,274, which brings the grand Cartoon

ted Rev. and Mrs. Eddie Murrheein ville, N. C. on business.Mr. several years as outstanding mem- satisfactoryyear total for Florida for the y.ar to
tural reports a
: agent Some statistics from Huggins''annual ,
Milliard on Sunday. bers of the Tornado football squadat
:Mrs. Stuart Dent and Mrs. 1953, for his office.In $56,151,684 or 96.2 percent of its
report are: 814 farms and Tues. Jan. 26-ONLY
,
and Mrs. E. E. Hendersonand BHS, have teamed up again assigned quota, Mr. Sewe:1 ex
Robert Paul, Jr. of Jacksonville summing up the various ac- homes visited (includes more than
Mrs. Marian Howe and Mrs. his time in business.
family and John Mathis visited plained. The Desert Rats
were Tuesday guests of Mrs. Edward tivities and projects he has undertaken one visit to some farms) ; 14,3151 I
the
Louise Wilson attended special The two men have taken
young
serviceson their nephew, Billy Mathis, in I Burns. -to help and encourage official miles travelled; 1,479 office i I "With the added emphasis!which With James Mason and Robert
Stephen Foster memorial over the operation of Thomas
Jacksonville on Sunday.Mrs. f Bradford County farmers to bet- 1.380 the Treasury Department i i1 placing -
calls
Sunday at White Springs. Al- Track Terminal on U. S. 301 just : ; incoming telephonecalls :XewtoM
Mrs. Dennis Showalter of Fort ter farming practices, Huggins, ; 180 news articles written and on the Savings Bonds pro-
services Mr. Plus News Short and Cartoon
so seen at the were J. A. Scanlan and south of Starke.
daughters Worth Texas and Mrs. Robert who came here from Baker County printed; 286 bulletins distributed; gram as one of the prerequisites to
and Mrs. Wilbur Scott and Mrs. Although Kenneth will enter the
: Kathleen and Margaret Ann,, Barkley of Jacksonville were Sat- to assume his duties on Jan. 1 56 agricultural meetings held with its sound money objectives, it has
Merry Knight of Gainesville. left last to Scan-. service early next month, he will I Wed., Thur.-Jan. 27, 28
Friday
join Maj. urday afternoon guests of Mr. and of last year, reports good progress, an approximate attendance of 762; adopted a slogan A billion morein
ROSE BUSHES at Sktrunk's. Ian at Vint Hills Farms, Warren- Mrs. Maxie Carter. etain h'S interest in the business. I with this exception: 2,639 letters mailed; and approxi- '54," Mr. Sewell added, "and it DOUBLE FEATURE

ton, Va. where he is stationed'I' "I'm not satisfied with the prog- mately 5,000 hogs vaccinated. may be expected that Bradford: CODE TWOWith

Mrs. Scanlan has been visiting her Mrs. Harry Mooty and daughter Antique Chair I gress made in 4-H Club work in 'County will be assigned a propor-
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews "I've never worked with a I Ralph Meeker and Elaine
mother, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, the Gerry, and sister, Mrs. W. S. 'Bradford County during 1953," he of tionately larger goal this year to
and Mrs. Marian Howe were group people more responsiveto
among those attending the Chamber past three weeks. Vanderlip, Jr. and daughter, Dawn 'Gets The Wor fc>' said. "I feel that the field is wide the programs we try to encour- help meet the state's larger Stewart

of Commerce banquet in Keystone I of Decatur, Ga. spent last Saturday open for this program. The boys age than the folks of Bradford quota. -And-
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and i I at St. Augustine, Thursday at and girls were interested, willingand -
: heights last Saturday eve- daughters visited Mr. and Mrs,. the Stephen Foster Memorial and i eager; the school officials County have exhibited been, their Huggins kindness said."They've keep me running in the field. The Girl Next Door

ning. O. W. Barry in Brooker on Sun Silver could Concluding his summary of his
will spend Saturday at were as cooperative as they and interest in a variety of ways, first Bradford In TechnicolorWith
day. be, but I made myself feel that I year as County'sagricultural Pan Dailey, June Haven
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis and Springs.Mr. including kind words, setting an agent, Huggins said,

Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson Eric L. Moore of Broxton, Ga just didn't have the time to con- extra plate for the county agentat "The goal of our entire organization and Dennis Day
Mrs. E. H. Todd of duct scheduled meetings \
and regularly
had as Sunday visitors, Mrs. P. meal time, and contributions of better Plus Latest World Kens
is service to the
peopleof
was the overnight guest of hi s I weekend guests of and do the other work connected
E. Stone and Mrs. George Allen Tampa were sweet potatoes, turnip greens, and Bradford County." "I
and children of Archer and Mr. daughter, Mrs I. G. Harris, or I Mr. and Mrs. Dolvin Foreman.Mr. with 4-H Club organization," Hug- other farm products. -- -

Wednesday. I. Colsen and I .. .... .,., _
and C. : and :Mrs. W. 41yr. gins explained. _, "'""" .z.r. ;>f -
and Mrs. Paul Etheredge I "I'd like to pay special tributeto
B. Anderson of Jacksonville.Dr. Robert Edwards of son. Billy, spent the weekend in t Turning to other projects, with Miss Mildred Sapp and Miss Round &
BrooklynN. Lakeland visiting Mr. and Mrs. results noted Huggins had this to Big Square Dance
k Mary Ella Watterson for their
Y. is visiting his mother, Mrs.
A. A. Kartsonis of R. L. Henry. say:
and Mrs. Carrie Edwards, and brother an I loyalty\ and faithful endeavor to
Jacksonville visited :Mrs. J. W. "Perhaps one' of the first things the county agent's office," Hug- Every Friday
family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ed GRAPE VINES at Sistnmk's.
Kincaid and Mrs. O. L. Beasley on wards. to come to my attention, on assuming gins continued. "They're qualifiedto

; Sunday. my duties here, was the straw- hold the office end down and 9:00 TILLPELICAfJ
Mr. and :Mrs. Carl Johns spent I situation. With the coopera-
berry
Mrs. L. D. Green and Mrs. C week in New Orleans, La. r .
the past .. tion of the experiment station, a CLUB
Perfume That ClingsQ. D.week Williams in Tampa.spent a few days last t where Mrs. Johns entered the program was inaugurated to estab- !I ANNOUNCING THE I -

Oschmer Clinic for her annual Three menib"is of the Lawtey lish test plots, to determine if there I SEVENTH-XN AL Music R",
;
__ Dear Penny: I adore p r- checkup.
was a need for changes in present
Mfs. D. J. Clark of Tampa L J 3 Demonstration Club Mrs. Frank I ST. AUGUSTINE Claude
Bedenbaugh
j fume, but for some reason or other spending this week with Mrs. Hen- Wells. Mrs. Edward Whelan, and strawberry growing practices I I
does not last on Mrs. L. G. Hoffman of'Boca Three such test have been
Us fragrance just rietta Hunt. Mrs. A. H. Harley are busy ; plots AND HIS ORANGE PICKERSSTAKE

me. I ha\e told several of my Grande is spending a few days above refinishing an antique chair. j established, and tests will not be Antiques Show'In ,, ... =... ---"'... -
-
friend that I want a new perfume, Rev. and :Mrs. L. D. Haines spen t with her daughter, Mrs.. J. E. at the home of Mrs. Wells' mother, I concluded until the end of the current ... .- '- '

but,, first I must find out about a Monday in Macon, Ga. wit]]11 Wall, Jr. and Mr. Wall. Mrs. Effie Miner. Members of the!j, season. The tests include work : the Lightner Tradition"STAInING j f '';O.r.--__ : 'ir-s#'...-'. _, ,__'!.i"'t"4' ... ._ ., .. . _._

one.-Mrs. A. W. friends.Mr. club came to the Miner home on Jin L I I every phase of strawberry pro- I
lasting
Mrs. Ray Bell and children of duction soil
good idea Jan.. 12 in dungarees or old I including testing SATURDAYAnd
A. A particularly Jacksonville were Saturday guests and disease and
Duncai clothes, and armed with paintbrushes !liming fertilizing Continuing Every Day
for women who claim that perfumedees and Mrs. K. G. n of Mr. and Mrs. Riley Wasdin. |' insect control."
of Mr. and Mrs. W and putty knives. The and Evening Through
with them" is a were guests
not "stay furniture;i Another main phase of his 1953 RADIO TV SERVICE
Skin Sachet It smooths on P. Ferguson at Clearwater ove r Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli i meeting was an all-day Wednesday.Jan.
Liquid the weekend. refinishing workshop.Miss program, the county agent said, 23 21 25 26 27
easily, and lingers had as dinner guests on Sunday, I ,
skin
the very the continuous
Dorothy Ross, home demonstration was encouragement
12 Noon to 10 P. M.1.dJIL
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Caruso and
longer because of its sachet base. Miss Helen Nimmo of Gainesville i- family and Al Stefanelli of Jacksonville agent, supervised the, I of control methods for external (.\ Window Closets 9 PJI.) Reasonable Guaranteed ServiceOn
It has a slower rate of diffusionand visited friends here on Mon- work with the aid of :Mrs. Frail: and internal parasites in livestock.
and Miss Myrtice Burnsedof
evaporation than any other I day. I Baldwin. Wells who showed some of th "Several instances came to my at- In TheBEAUTIFUL All Makes Radios or TVIF

type fragrance. Try this Houbi- antiques that she had refinished. tention where farmers were trying

Sachet. Lucille Jackson Members besides to control these parasites for the CASINO
of I
gant Chantilly Liquid Skin j Mrs. Kurz i- Mrs. Jesse Newsome and Mrs attending
YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS
tax at CANOVA vine was the overnight gues;:t ; those named above, were Mrs very first time, Huggins said.
Only $1.85 plus V. S. St. John were luncheor! ofLightner "
PHARMACY. ;[Tuesday of Rev and Mrs. L. E)- guests of Mrs. Morris Williams or,I Effie :Miner: Mrs. Paul Dinkins "This shows that some farmers I I NOT GIVING YOUr .

Haines. :Mrs.: Horace Cox Mrs. Pete Wain- 'are taking more interest in para- PSATISFACTION
Monday in Lake City and also MuseumOF I
I wright, and Mrs. Sam :McGarvey.An : site control.
the Foster Memorial
-=,, ... visited Stephen exhibition of refinished furn- Good progress was reported by HOBBIES60c '
at White Springs. Call 198.W At Once
iture done by the various clubs of Huggins in encouraging sweet i ,

l I the county will be held later in the corn growers to use a five per cent Single Admission
Mrs. I. E. Clark spent last week I

1 in North Augusta S. C. visiting I year. worms.DDT mixture Huggins in said controlling that he had ear $185 Entire Show Period I 228 E. Call Street Next Door To Nasworthy's
II Clark and (Includes Taxes) i
Mr and Mrs. Ulray I I
Fruit Tree PlantingI conducted at least one demonstration .
family. in the use of that material re- L ...-

This Month And NextNow sulting in 97 per cent wormfreecorn. ,, ,, ,, ,, =, -, .. .
Dedicated To Community Service PEACH & PLUM TREES at He said the five per cent ....,. '. -P :tIq") ':-.<.A3..1Jil..t.Jl: ;. ... _. _. ._ _.. .. .:
Than Ever"If
Better
Aw
!Iodee dor-
Sistrunk's. the winter
during
mixture proved to be as good a

find concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad mant season is the time to control as 10 or 25 per cent solu-
name
you your Friends of Mrs. H. S. Wilson of i plant fruit trees in the home orchard tions. The secret ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OFMARKET
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS of success, he
Bronson, former resident of i or grounds, says Horticulturist said, is starting the DDT applica-

Sat., Jan. 23 ONLY Sun., :\Ion.-J an. 24, 25 Starke will regret to hear of her II Fred P. Lawrence of the tions on time and keeping them up. STARKE

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE death on Dec. 23. Mrs. Wilsonwas University of Florida Agricultural Pastures came in for quite a bit

BING the sister-in-law of Mrs. S. E. Extension Service. of attention by the county agent

Sparks.Mr. "Fruit trees stand a better during 1953. Huggins said that
S. WALNUT ST. THEATRE
ACROSS PARK
FROM I
chance and
of surviving making
CROSBYCLAUDE he had encouraged using fertilizersto

lIIRi and Mrs. L. N. Pickering good growth if they are planted fit the type of pasture, depend-

DAUPHIN spent Sunday in South Jackson- when dormant, and usually theyare ing on the type of growth and the

ville visiting Mr. and Mrs. Homer dormant in January and early extent to which is was to be graz- CEDAR KEY MULLET & OYSTERS

Lewis. February," the Extension worker ed.

explains.In "Grass needs a balanced fertilizing -
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Quick Sr. I making home fruit plantings I program," Huggins said, SHRIMP LOBSTER CRAB FLOUNDER I

.*-ev: visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oscar I it is well to consider the fruits "but the main thing needed to en-

crew in Folkston, Ga. on Sunday. that the family likes select kinds courage growth is nitrogen. So
Pius "Tn'o Little Indians" Cartoon I and varieties that will grow and we encouraged the use of more RED SNAPPER .. SE .!.. TROUT

and Latest World News Mrs W. N. Johnson has returned -!produce in the section where they nitrogen in regular applications

a 1 home after visiting friends in tare to be platted. and to plant Formerly, the standard applicationfor All To You "Ocean

w rha I St. Petersburg, Tampa, and Lake the trees where their require- grass was a 6-6-6 formula. Now Brought Fresh"I
LESLIE BIGGS
land. "ments for space and protectionare we-recommend a 9-6-6 formula or

met. its equivalent." FROZEN RED FISH OR !
ALSO CHOWDER ( TURTLE
Tues.. Wed., and Thur. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Johns of I Most fruit trees do best in full Concerning clover Huggins said )

a 3 BIG DAYS 3 Gainesville were weekend guestsf I'sun but those that are most susceptible that the old standard applicationfor I Ii i,

relatives in Starke.. to cold should be planted established clovers was 01212or ,

Jan. 26. 27. 28"GIVE !, on the protected or south side of 0-14.10, but that experiment i!

dI. -'* I Charles Steidley of High Point. i i buildings. Kinds that grow to station and on-the-fann: tests have FREE ALL FISHLLOOXS'

: :1 N. C. is spending two weeks with I large size should be planted in cor- proved that we have not been applying -

-And- I his granddaughter, Mrs. Ernest ners or near the borders of the enough potash to clovers. .
I 4A I Phillips and Mr. Phillips. be the .\ DRESSED :
I : i yard. while smaller kinds may So during past year Hugginshas
: I' S1Z1S y i
j planted near buildings.It recommended the use of an CANDY AND
I'LL GET YOUWith : AND READY ,
: A GIRL : O. M. Roberts of Athens. Ga. is very important, the horti- 0-10-20 formula for established Cb '

George Raft was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.J. II culturist says to obtain planting clover and says that several cat- FOR THE t ,, roOOOKCHILDRE

: A (BREAK"tlltfft : H. Ritch at Kingsley Lake one i stock from a.reputable: nursery. He tlemen are using this formmla.

Plus "Rocky Road to Lo'e"Cartoon Uftrtm IfMM..IIK.UO* day last week. Mr. Roberts re- ; also emphasizes keeping roots of One of the latest projects under- -

and Chapter Xo. 1 : MARGE and 60Y EJ rush sided in Starke for a short while I the tree moist until it is planted taken by Huggins is the treatment :

Drums of AfricaD. I I CHAMPION-REYNOLDS. : back in 1905. when he was em- I digging the hole large enough to I of plant beds with methyl AT OUR OPENING LEO HUNTER
.
I ., I roo,r_ ployed at the.city light and water accommodate the root system I bromide, which has several advant-I FRIDAY f Owner
I
:I Plus "How To Relax" Cartoon plant. He and the Ritches enjoyed -I pruning off broken roots and pruning ages over the old method i

E. CHAMPION talking over old times and I the top in proportion to the ment. The methyl bromide treatment ; JAN. 22 t And Operator

I and Latest World News bringing him up to date on many root system remaining, providing is for the purpose of killing "

--- --..,.,. .. : of the old friends he rememberedi \ adequate water. and applying fer- weeds, insects and soil borne dis- "_ -- ;-; 'J::" ...._,. -4'o"---O-. _. b'--'---__ .: -o-4. ,-;";--,., .'...,. ,, .--"."' ..i'1. ., : _""-_:-.. ..-'-"' -.-_.. ,-_.-- ---
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PAGE! SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA

FRIDAY, JANUARY 2:, 1954
Thrills Of Rodeo ------
Annual Business And Educational Meeting other farm operation expenses
Seen In 'Arena'Coming
SOIL CONSERVATION Of Farm Ownership Families Here Friday essential to family-type operations
To ParkA r, if, of course the applicant is able I

end N-E W S : The sixth Annual Business and I are four per cent interest loans to say that he is unable to be

thrill-packed drama of the ,Educational Meeting of the Farm I amortized over a period of 40 financed from any other source.
careers of rodeo cowboys, who By Bill Haas years and at the
Ownership families purchasingtheir ( rate th?*! fami-
risk their lives in the dangerous ''lies
contests of the arena, is the U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION : farms through the Farmers they are will paying off their farms
for their
pay places in
theme of "Arena", showing at the Home Administration will be held. about 35 years. FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S
v Park Theatre this Sunday and SERVICE ,l- at the American Legion Hall, in.
Monday. Starke, on Friday, Jan. 22, be i Currie also painted oit while
i I
I By Ge. T. HnggtauOunty Starring Gig Young, the story : ginning at 9:30, a. m. At this meet livestock income is increasing, total ( JUST ONE
The Board I ..
of Supervisors for Mr. Murray states that he is ing results for the farm
con income
AgeatAgricultural I tells of a young rodeo star who, the Bradford Soil past year's decreased, yet: FRIGIDAIREMade
Conservation
fident that plantings of thumbergii operation will be discussed
with
Exten. los Service at the peak of his success, refusesto District, in their continuing effortto farm operation expenses were I only by General
lespedeza and patridge the 16 families who
peas I are purchasing -
heed the pleas of his wife to higher than they had
been
ever
keep soil conservation Motors Corp. AU other
upper- can be successful in if their farm this .
our area through
when agency.It
Watch out for Cholera while you are in town your work while
his dangerous
give up most in the minds of herein which is a true i Electric
people made picture of the Refrigerators are
Don't you be one to try and pigs will reach 6 or 8 weeks! of age. still on top. It is not until he on properly selected sites. He was pointed out by CliffordL. I
get by without vaccinating for Tobacco Meeting Friday I comes face to face with sudden Bradford County, gave Super said he would like to emphasizethe Currie, County Supervisor of price squeeze which the farmer! made by other companies
visor P. T. Nolin material on Soil importance of site the Starke Unit of the Farmers finds I and cannot use the word
proper se now himself in.
cholera. We have been fortunate in to understanding -
hog lowest that he
Bradford is not the tragedy comes I I
and Water Conservation for teach-
'I. I lection due to
variable soil mois Home Administration that these I Frigidaire.
during the past years to yield per acre of tobacco, nor are with the girl who loves ers and students. This material, ture conditions. Plantings shouldbe Farm families had increased I At the meeting ways and means
have very rew cases of'sure cholera we the highest. We should not be I Ownership of obtaining more efficient Operations -
I which is furnished by the SCS, can: made on lands suitable for their
him.The income from live- I
That accomplished by the will be the theme in orderto Want A
was satisfied until we are at top. tingling thrills of rodeo ex be used by teachers in teaching GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
cultivation woodland soils
on stock
( or by four cent over and
everybody keeping hogs vaccina Last year I believe Lafayette hibitions nclude calf-roping, sad- conservation of natural resourcesto per meet this price squeeze
which
are well drained. above last
This increasewas
year. ? ?
ted. The only way to keep out County was highest with over dle-bronc riding, bareback stunts, the pupils. The Board; feels that due to efficient The office of the Farmers Home
more
cholera is for everyone to keep up 1200 yield average per and th/ opera- THEN
pounds steer wrestling, perilous by furnishing this material they tion and careful these Administration in Starke covers SEE
Little! Boy Lost's planning by
with the Infected
areas
program. bull ridingThe audienceis
Braham will be able tp keep the fact in families. Also it was pointed out six counties in Northeast Florida,
are not found when everybody acre.That 1200 is not a top average. given a ringside seat as the mind that we will not get any ( Human Drama that the 16 families purchasingtheir and in addition to the purchasingof E. II. SMITH
vaccinates. If it off and
you put individual produced catches the full sweep of
Some acres camera natural resources and that
more farms amount Farms for
paid an equalto family-type opera-
let cholera catch your hogs, you 1600 or 1800 pounds. We had few the rodeo with its packed grand- we must conserve and improve Due At FloridaA
some $20 ahead of schedule tors, the agency also makes loans
are then penalized severely by like that, but we want more. Fri stands and death-defying exhibitions what we have. A fellow once said, 1953. I'for the Tenth and Temple Ave.
during purchasing of seed feed,
human drama is I
having your fields or lots infected. 22 7:30 in the in the arena. compelling Starke, Fla.
day, Jan. p. m. "They are just not making any
When brought to the screen of the These Farm Ownership loans fertilizer, livestock, equipment and .
things are running along
House at Brooker, we
Community more land these days, so be careful *
smoothly it is very easy to wait. will discuss a complete tobacco BHS Student with what you've got"lv' Florida Theatre this Sunday and .l--- .-. !IIIII! - -
Keep waiting and you might be production program. Our Agricul Monday in "Little Boy Lost".

the loser. tural Extension Agromonist, J. Will CompeteIn G. Hayes Jr., who farms It is the story of a newspaperman

If pigs grow off" -ell. it is goodto R. Henderson will assure us a sat I with his father in the Brooker Bing Crosby, and his long CONVERT NOW
ContestA
[ Driving search for the son he has never
vaccinate th m when they are isfactory meeting. You are urgedto aera, was sharoening a power
between 6 td 8 weeks of age. be present. 1954 saw, getting ready to cut some known the little boy who had
chance at winning a
Treatment is not as effective if Turn In ACP Practices firewood, the other day when I vanished<< amid the chaos of a war-
Pontiac is what June Conner,
pigs are weakened for reasons such There are still a good numberof came up. Fats was working on one torn France.
to
local high school lass, is going TO RECEIVE
as worms, or lice. farmers who have not givenus get when she competes in the district of the teeth in the blade when]I While working as an American

Would like to urge you also your Conservation practices car- eliminations of a statewide he remarked, that they are keep correspondent on assignment in
not to wait till the day before ried out during 1953. Get your Sat- ing their cows in fairly good shape Paris before the war, Crosby had
drivers contest this coming /
you want your pigs vaccinated to receipts together and bring them in Tallahassee.June by feeding the hay they made married a beautiful French girl. ENJOY PROGRAMS
make your request. Leave word with you. February 1st is the last urday last year. He also showed me some At the birth of their child Bing
was chosen as the BHS sent to England and they were
fine hairy indigo seed which they was
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... ._"__ .- _- :.'__- -_ .-- __ t :.":' entry in the contest by Harold had just finished combining.C. separated. His wife remained in From WJHP-TV
the I
Hazelwood, instructor of France and joined the under-

? 8 PIECE driver education course at BHS. C., Wynn, a District coop- ground. Not long later she was (Channel 36))

i Jackie Green was selected as the erator, who farms east of town discovered and executed by the

1) I alternate entry, and Hazelwoodsaid used the District's fertilizer dis Gestapo.The .

LIVING R00x t that several other membersof tributor to fertilize his clover' long search for his lost son e FACTORY TRAINED
his class would probably go pastures. Mr. Wynn states that he eventually leads Crosby to a We Guarantee The

i GROUP along to the district elimination"for sure could see the difference in his French orphanage and a frail,

the ride. pasture after he fertilizes.The akward seven-year-old. At first Finest Reception e FACTORY AUTHORIZED

Both June and Jackie enrolledin he cannot believe that this spindly-
F. F. A. boys under the
the driver education course at legged youngster is really his.
$129.95 supervision of Mr.. Ferguson and FIELD TESTED
Possible
BHS this past September.The I.Mr. Hutchins used the District's I How the child unconsciouslyproves

Phone 80 Starke Fla. contest is sponsored by the rotocycle mower to mow weeds on the father-and-son relationship I
i forms climax to
a powerful
Florida Highway Patrol and has the area for the forestry demon-
2-END TABLES the official sanction of the State stration at the market. i I I this dramatic story.

COCKTAIL TABLE IOTTOMANIPLASTIC Department of Education. Drivers Chas. C.
Shepherd
PLAT 2-TABLE LAMPS who will compete will come from J. Wainwright states that his II. &!'

FORM ROCKER 1-SOFA BED the 60 Florida high schools that cows are staying in good shape on 1 IIfrun ,

have accredited driver education his Argentine Bahia pasture. b TV. RADIO
SEAT
COVERS

P programs.At Robert W. Murray, Biologistfor i66 .
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+,- the district eliminations to the Game and Fresh Water FLA.

., ., be held Saturday at four sepa Game Commission, delivered quail
y the 12 drivers ) .. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ... ..... ,,.-,. ,_-., ,-- ., -. .
rate locations top food planting material this week. UdUIB M UBim-SAMI fAST UUP \..._...-. __':!c..d"I.,, .,.. <''.'"' '=- -:"""- """"",:,' :""' --' ".' fo.g"-. ,!"" .. .... --.;/:-<:-----.." -'_ '--_
will be selected to compete in the wr -- !

3< finals at the Florida State Fair in

I Tampa on Feb. 8-9. The grand
,
t a. ,kws champion driver will get a 1954

Pontiac as a prize. The contest

will consist; of a written test '
New .Ultra-Mew for
which will count 50 per cent anda 54!

.z, driving test will make up the ANNOUNCING the breathtaking new Oldsmobile

vt other half of the contest. Super "88" for 1954! The Oldsmobile so ultra-new in

Instructor Hazelwood said that design. so original in etyle throughout. .
he has 21 students currently en-
rolled in the driver education .. there's never been a car like it before! Just wait till you

F! Similar To course at BHS and that he expectsto see its completely new Body by Fisher-that new v

; Above Picture semester.have around 60 enrolled next NOW ON lower, longer, lovelier silhouette! The daring new

slant of its panoramic windshield! The dramatic new
day. Reports then are made to
flair in its doors and fenders! And
Small Down Terms the state office for payment ap sweep-cut just
Payment Easy GALA DISPLAYAT I
proval. wait till you drive the new horsepower World's

Forest Fire Season Here Record "Rocket"Engine with 8.25 to 1 compression
You don't want to get in trou-

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woods fire. Trouble can come .
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your way by carelessness in burn-
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r, DOES YOUR RANGE Law that can be used when some- OLDS MOB I IDEALER'S L E new Super "88" on display now! And watch .
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one
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HAVE THIS WONDERFUL There are 19,939,871 acres in
Florida Forest land. There are :Ninety-Eight. coming to your dealer's soon!

13,791.922 acres under organized
!Magic Chef FEATURE? forest fire control. Records for I

the year ending June 1953 showed

i ( that only 1.8 percent of the pro- ... ..

tected land burned but 58 percentof
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the unprotected land burned. -

:Man caused 98 percent of these ..i J

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prevented. Sixty-six per cent of I /.

these were intentionally set. Next ? "

high was 11 percent caused by
i brush burning.A .

recent report on two, 240 acre .
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U- '
tracts showed the trees on each W." y
tract averaging 5 1-2 feet tall and ?

one inch in diameter eight years

ago. One tract burned annually,.
the other was protected. By the

end of eight years, the growth on 4
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the protected land averaged 21 feet I I II .

in height, three inches in diameter. I ,
,. The burned land had trees averaging II I #
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+ I only 7 feet in height and still I "' ....... .r -
,
f one inch in diameter. The protected

bo trees grew 9 times as much in I
volume Florida's woodlands support
an industry worth 310 mil- 1

lion dollars annually to the peopleof !
Ii
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J 'l. r I I fTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTVTTVIBAYLESS dinner guests of the H. B. Kelly's .
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: I HHYAY\ Heard yesterday that Mr. and Let Us

1 BY CLINT BONNER Mrs. Kirby Callahan rf Miamiare ThoroughlyWash
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'" ry. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Your Clothes
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I II the arrival of a daughter Mon-

. I I i I day. Mrs. Callahan will be re-
l 9 Pounds

;;* u At The TabernacleA I Lead On 0 Eternal i(I Church News I I membered daughter of as the Miss R.Franc R. Crosbys.Crosby,

Presbyterian ChurchFriday j King I I Quite a folks large crowd of Bayless Mrs. Britt Alvarez and daughter For 40c!

Highway attended the Sun- Carolyn attended church
Jan. 22, 3:30 p. m.- baptismal service was held day School Mass Meeting at De- Sundayand FREE Bleach If Desired!
Junior Choir Practice. at the Tabernacle prior to the A hymn that was written by two young men I dan Baptist church Tuesday night. E. were dinner guests of Mrs. O. 0

Sunday Jan. 24, 9:45: a. m., Bible School Hour last Sunday Crosby.
Smart"i father violinist and to write Just for their The W. M. U. of Bayless Hiway
B. Dixon, Henry was a piano- Shurtleff a graduation song Miss Kathryn Kelly viited Miss
Sunday School. 11 a. m. sermon afternoon by Rev. J. maker and he knew every musician la London. class. Shurtleff was 26 yean old. had graduated I met with Mrs. Helen Sapp Thurs- Nancy DuPre a patiei*. at St. We Will
topic, ""'hat Is the Gospel" 6 pastor of the Hampton Christian Perhaps than why the elder Smart put his musically from Harvard and was making a niche for himself day night. The Brotherhood met Vincent's
p. m.. Youth Fellowship Gerry Church. At the close of the eve- inclined son in law school But Henry wantedno in the literary world when he came to Andoverto at the church and joined the W. hospital in Jacksonville Dry Your Clothes
Gibson Leslie and Robert Hum- ning service another baptism was part of law. He quit school Young Henry Smart study for the Congregational ministry. He wrote Sunday afternoon.
Rev. Sherwood of wanted to be a musician and he meant to be Just the song for his class Just to sing while marching in M. U. for refreshments.The Thought for the wee' Always For 20c
phries, hosts. I performed by a body to the ceremony where they were to get their Annual Revival begins at skid chains
keep on your tongue,
Tuesday, Jan. 26, 8 p. m.. The the First Christian Church, Starke.At thatExcept for a few lessons by a sympathetic London diplomas. And the tune Shurtleff borrowed for his Bayless Hiway February 1. Rev. less than think. In New Automatic Driers!
Women of the Church will meet. the morning service the sponsor violinist Henry Smart trained himself. He verses was "Lancashirewhich Henry Smart had Harvey of Highland will conductthe say you
brought a message on the studied so hard that by the time he was 23 he had written 53 years before. .
Wednesday Jan. 27, 7:30 p. m.. "Redeemed". done two things that were to affect the rest of his After serving churches in California Minnesotaand meeting. Everyone is invitedto CARD OF THANKS
topic
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study. life. He composed a tune which he called "Lan- Massachusetts Ernest Shurtleff went to Germany attend. I
8 p. m., Adult Choir practice. Mr. and Mrs. E. Y. Berry plan- cashire' for the celebration of the 300th anniversaryof where he established the American church at Personal Items Thanks to my friends of Starke The Washeteria
Elders ElectedAt I ned and conducted the youth The Reformation and he ruined his eyesight Frankfort did relief work during World'War I and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson.Mr. and Bradford County for the many I
meeting Saturday night.Dr. "Lancashire" was picked up from Greenland'sicy died in Paris in 1917. When Henry Smart died at .
and Mrs. Emory Brown and I nice letters and cards which I
a congregational meeting R. A. Forrest, president of mountains to India's coral strand and set to the age of 66 in 1819 he was the greatest conductorin received Temple Ave. StarkeFRESHEST
following morning worship last Toccoa Falls Institute, Toccoa, Ga. words of many a poem, including Bishop Reginald England He had reached his goal but he was Mrs. Harvene McMahone and baby during my stay in the hos i -
Sunday. JR- Kite and W. T. Heber's "From Greenland's Icy Mountains." The totally blind. And like Ernest Shirtleff. Henry were visiting the Freddie Watter- I pital. Elliott J. Flynr I i: ": -:_.- .-. ..;, __ : -_ ..:
elders to was among the many visitors boys at Andover Theological Seminary in Massa- Smart is remembered best for a job he did while sons Sunday afternoon. .
Jackson we, elected viewing the painting, "The Feastof chusetts were singing the tune in 1888 when they still a young man. But strange, neither poet nor Heard that Mrs. Sallie Kelly is.
serve for three-year terms. The Belshazzar" during the past asked their poetically inclined classmate, Ernest composer had any idea of writing a church hymn. not I I II
meeting was moderated by: the feeling too good. Uncle Johnis
minister Rev. W. S. McAliley, and week. Lead on, 0 King Eternal, For not with swords loud clashing, feeling better. Mr. and Mrs. C
clerk The day of march has come Nor roll of stirring drums; C. Crosby were visiting them Sun-
Guy Andrews was elected as St. Edward's ChurchSunday Henceforth in fields of conquest With deeds of love and mercy, day afternoon.Mrs. .
.f the meeting. Voting was by Thy tents shall be our home. The heavenly kingdom comes.
secret ballot. Thro' days of preparationThy J. R. Kelly and Mrs. H. B
Mass at 9:15: a. m. has mode Lead 0 Eternal Kelly and baby were
I grace us strong. on, King visiting in
Both the elders have I
of v
new Weekday Mass 7:30: a.m. And now, 0 King Eternal, We follow not with fears Jacksonville Thursday. K
served as deacons for the past Children's Class Saturday 11 We lift our battle song. For gladness breaks like morning I Rev and Mrs. H. C. Martin wereCIIARLEY
year, Mr. Kite having served as a. m. Whene'gr Thy face appears;
Lead 0 Eternal, Thy is I lifted o'er I
chairman of the board.A Keystone Heights on King cross us;
Till sin's fierce war shall cease We journey in its light; I I
congregational meeting will (Women's dub) And holiness shall whisper The crown awaits the conquest;
be held Sunday mprning, Jan. 31, Sunday Mass 8 a. m. The sweet Amen of peace; Lead on, 0 God of might. I i
to elect two deacons to replaceMr. Confessions before all Masses. -- -
Kite and Mr. Jackson. At I I

this same time deacons whose FINEST
Christian ChurchBible
terms expire will be consideredfor i

re-election. School 9:45 a. m. Worship -
Other elders of the church are Service 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. DRUGS
E. M. Davis, O. E. Stansbury, Guy m. Prayer Meeting each Wednes- Jl 1/

Andrews, clerk, and W. S. Mc-. day 7:30 p. m. J. E. Sherwood, y
Alley, moderator. Minister. Distributed bj Bliutrated Feature Syndicate. Birmingham. Ala. I f AVAILABLE
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These elders will be ordainedand 'I
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installed at the morning wor- Church ef ChristCorner I Three Churches ning.Mr. I ..
and Mrs. Marklee Normanand
ship service on Feb. 1. :
10th and BlcMaaom Enroll In ContestFor ANYWHERE
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baby of Hampton, and Mr. ..
St. Mark's Episcopal Preaching-11 A. M. and 7:3t DevelopmentThree and Mrs. Leroy Norman Jr. of .
E. JOHNS & SON (
P.M. Camp Blanding visited Mrs. Frei- ,
Her. Raymond E. ]MacBlala Prayer and Bible Study churches in this area I
Meeting da Norman Sunday afternoon.R. .
I Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs.E. about this questionWe
Schedule of Services each Wednesday 7:30 P. M.HII.BRONN have enrolled in the 1953-54 Town
J. Yarbrough were Mrs. Albert L. Morgan and daughter,
SUNDAYS and Country Church Development
Yarbrough and three children of Judy, spent Sunday in Hamilton sales
are expanding
our
9:45: am., Church School 11 program which is sponsored by THERE IS no substitute for fresh,
Gainesville and Mr. and :Mrs. Otis County visiting his brother.
s.m.. Morning Prayer &: Sermon: BAPTIST CnUECH Emory University, the Sears Roe-, force to handle Christmas doc-
Yarbrough of Macclenny.Mrs. full strength drugs when compounding a
Mrs. Euston Norman visited her
6:30 pjn.. Young People's Service Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching buck Foundation and 13 state
League. 11 ajn. Training Union 6:30 committees.The L. L. Wainwright was parents, the Leon Normans, last shopping. One cannot always tor's prescription. Here you are sure of the

HOLY COMMUNION Preaching 7:30 Prayer list of Florida churches en-, honored with a birthday dinner weekend. take the time to check the
p.m. p.m. Sunday at her home by her husband purest drugs the highest degree of faultless
includes
1st. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. rolled in this program Sgt. and Mrs. Jimmie Lee and
day 7:30 a.m. Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. Graham First Baptist Graham: and children and the follow- baby, who have been visiting rela- honesty of such temporaryhelp. accuracy and professional, experienced skill
relatives, :Mrs. Leona C. Ed- ,
FRIDAY Raiford Baptist, Raiford; and ing tives here for the past month, Does our Blanket Fidel-
First Presbyterian (U. S.). Starke. wards of Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. will be
7:30 p.m. Litany & Meditation. WOODLAWN MISSIONARY soon leaving for Tampa
J : Carl T. Edwards of Gainesville, ity bonding automaticallycover BRING YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS HERE
of the as ex- where
8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal BAPTIST CHURCH Purpose program Sgt. Lee will be stationed.
Director G. Ross Freeman Mr. and Mrs C. B. Hiatt and three Miss
LAWTEY. FLA. plained by Dorothy Ross, home dem- such new employees
3 Regular Druggist On Duty To Check and Double
stimulating daughters of Starke and Mr. and
to -
Atlanta, is spread onstration agent, met with the
CIIRISTLSCIE.'iCE
10 a.m. Sunday School a.m.
Mrs. B. W. Tucker and four chil- Check Your Prescription For Your Prot dionKOCH'S
ideas for church developmentacross 4-H
SOCIETY preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:43: prayer ; Club Girls at school last Fri-
Orange Park Fla service 7 o'clock song services, the South, to furnish guid- dren of Fernandina Beach: A tur- day. Program for the afternoonwas Charley E. Johns
dinner with all the
key trimmings
ance in surveying and planning care of the teeth.
Sunday service 11 a.m. Sun 7:80 evening services. I Some of
( progressive programs, to encour- along with a birthday cake and the girls exhibited their
day School 11 a.m. finished
in communitythe (ice cream helped to make the occasion & Son DRUG STOREPhone
Wednesday Evenings-1st Wednesday FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH age participation projects.Mr. AgencyPhone
to be remembered. I
one
of the church
world mission
each month, 8 p.m. LAWTEY, FLA. 'I and Mrs. Roy Clemens an-
activities, to promoteand i Callers at the J. G. Caldwells 1
Public cordially invited. Nursery Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- improvement nounce the arrival of a baby 13 Starke Fla.
t maintained for all services. to recognize outstanding I over the weekend were Mrs. Den 53 Starke Fla.
ing 11 a. m. &: 7:30p. m. Midweek daughter on Jan. 14. ,
Community Center Building service Wednesday 7:3.0 p. m. achievement.At nis Showaltor of Ft. Worth, Texas, A A LA AAAAA AAA LA AAA&uAAAa

Kingsley Ave. and Highway 17. A. E. Massey, pastor. the close of the program, a Mrs. Robert Barkley of Jackson -

state committee will examine reports ville, Bob Bird of Gainesville, Mrs.

--. ..-. -_. .- -- -- ,- .-_ "< I of progress from enrolledchurches W. S. McAliley and son, and Judge
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and on the basis of them and Mrs. T. A. Yawn and sons,

will select the ten top churches.The Terry and Jimmy, all of Starke.

s;\ FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sears Roebuck Foundationwill Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Pace and
write checks totalling $12.650 son. Calvin spent the weekend in

Starke for those churches shewing the Zephyrhills visiting friends.

most outstanding progress duringthe Circle I of the Starke Presby-

ffffff i***f\r\ mj terian Women of the Church met
frr ff rj-frfr r*-j-fjjj fj jx jj jj-u jx* year.
last Tuesday evening at the homeof
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor Methodist ChurchChurch Mrs. J. G. Caldwell with 10 Thomas Truck TerminalUNDER

members present. Mrs. K. G. Dun-
Jefferson and Court Streets In
The Heart of Town School begins at 9:45 can, presided over the business

Phones Office 234 Pastorlum 130 every Sunday morning. The Rev. meeting. Reports were given and
Thomas G. Mitchell will preachthis work for the following year dis-

Tf ffffff f J g-J-U x im ,Jff f-***-ff r r rf m-f Sunday at 11 o'clock on the cussed. Devotional was by Mrs. NEW MANAGEMENT
object, "The Greatest Use You Evelyn Cooper and she spoke on
Sermons 11:00
Sunday : A.M. 7:30 P.M.
Can Make of Your Life". "Meaning of the Lord's Prayer". .
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.IL Sunday evening you are invited', During the social hour Mrs. Cald-
We Are
to sing your favorite gospel hymns well and co-hostess, Mrs. Louise HappyTo
Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. under the leadership of George T. Harden, served delicious individual

.. Ruggins. song leader. Subject of strawberry short cakes and hot AnnounceTo ,
"n _- .- : -. -.' _-.... __ '__ -:..-. ." _".":'_- "-r ____.. the evening sermon will be "Re- coffee. t

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This Area it

THE MIRACLE OF A Bible School-10 A M

CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST t That We Are Now
LATTER DAY SAINT

CROOKED WOMAN!" Services each Sunday in old Ma- By Mrs. Ancel NormanELAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 4.' x Operating The

sonic Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday ,

School 10 a.m., Sacrament Service -

Don't miss'this message Sunday Night, 7:30, 6:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. Church. ActivitiesRev. THOMAS TRUCK -
by the Pastor. Bring your Bibles. J. E. Lingerfelt pastor.
filled the pulpit in the Baptist "

ADVENTIST SEVENTH CIIURCII DAY Church Sunday morning and eve- i: TERMINAL V ,

First Baptist Church Hampton Services each Sabbath in old ning. He and Mrs. Lingerfelt were ,
dinner of Mrs. Ruby Gay- _
guests
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sab- And 'Will Appreciate .

Bob Gray, Pastor bath School 2 p.m. Preaching noe and children. They later at- Jack Hazen .
tended the ordination services at
ach: second and fourth Sabbaths Their Patronage >: : '
11 a.m. "Launch Out Into The Deep" the Airpark Baptist Church. _
3 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor.
10 a.m. Bible School 6:30 p.m. B. T. U. Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. The WMU and Brotherhoodhave And Good Will
planned a program of visita-
-
Kenneth Johns I
Special Music Sunday Night Everyone welcome. tion for this week. IE E

PENTECOSTAL UoUNESJ The azaleas have arrived and
FREE! A copy of the Baptist Beacon with special CHURCH are ready to be planted on the I

Sermon On 3-D To All Present. Sunday Sttuxn 10 a.m. church grounds.The .

Morning Service 11 a.m. Associational Brotherhoodwill Opening SpecialsONE
'. -- __ v- _..-_ .. __ : !i u. -_ _"- _. Evening Service 7:30 P.M. meet with the Heilbronn
Prayer Meetings Wednesoa; Baptist Church Friday, Jan. 29.

T:45 Time Union to be- .. .
night Saturday Right for Training .
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The LISTENChurche..s COLONIALFLORIST I XonnanThite Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Norman an- WASH JOB AND

nounce the marriage of their

TO THEHERALD daughter. Marian, to Bobby White
of Christ

also son of of Mr.Heilbronn.and Mrs.The J. B.ceremonywas White F FREE E E POLISH JOB ,


Salute You OF TRUTH performed by Rev. H. C. Martin I 1

FLOWERSFor at his home in Starke. With Each Oil Change
The bride is a student at BHS $5.00
WJHP 8 A.M.
ROMANS 16:16 AU Occasions and Mr. White is produce manager And Grease Job

WGGG 1 P.M. at Lovett's. They are at home to .. ., : .
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Miscellaneous Shower
In Starke West of Bus Station Mrs. Louise
I Mrs. Helen Sapp,

EVERETT WILLIAMSON: MINISTER (i) i i were Norman joint and hostesses Mrs. Fredia Tuesday Norman night See Us For Prices One -

i at a lovely miscellaneous shower
WORSHIP SERVICES 10:00 A.M.
at the home of the former honor-

Sermon "The Living Dead"EVENING DISH GARDENS I ing Miss Marian Norman, a re- ATLAS TIRES AND TUBES

POTTERY t cent bride. :
WORSHIP 7:30 PJI. After the honoree had opened

POTTED PLANTS .I the many lovely gifts,.a numberof Q ATLAS BATTERIES AND OTHER ACCESSORIES a i

f Sermon 'IUUnity"Bible games were enjoyed. The hostesses -
Flowers WiredAnYlthere presented lovely corsages !

Study Wed Night 7:30 P. M. i to and the also honoree to the and mother her mother of the, GIVE US A TRIAL WE AIM TO PLEASEf I Ito f

Nona St. Starke ,.I j bridegroom.

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 22. i9t
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BBS Boys And Girls Cage TeamsTo were Jimmie they repeatedly standouts Cole and, broke however Anne up,Crosby when Lake I Morgan Discusses Early Settler Building Off To Good Start In 1954 I


City passes and kept the visiting School PlansAt Of Waldo DiesAtAgeOf95
t Building figures for 1954 were this month or the early part of
forwards from being able"to
Here score
Meet Lake Butler SaturdayTonight
by good guarding tactics. PTA Meeting given a boost this wsek: when city next month. Phillips already has

: ball issued a permit for the con- two $20,000 filling stations under
Tuesday night the boys and girls Y I
County Superintendent H. P. struction of a $2I,000 Phillips construction here.
(Friday) Bradford girls racked up 11 points, most of them traveled to Callahan where the
I Morgan outlined and Petroleum Co. bulk plant on South
will play Andrew Jackson in the! coming in the last period on fast boys won 56-47 and the girls lost explainet :Mrs. Sarah Smith Entenza died With more than a week left in
Walnut
{I 28-33. Lavon Lewis I Bradford County's proposed schoo Wednesday at her home in Waldo Street the first month of the build.
local while the boys team breaking. was high I year
armory building program at a meeting os it the of 95. Jerome Johns, who is to be the
takes a rest Both the boys and I The Akridge twins were break- with 18 points. Marcia Kay Hazen the Parent-Teacher Association age Phillips agent here, 'said that he ing totals for 1954 already standat
Lake Tech's and feedingthe and Jackie Prevatt were The former Sarah Smith was
meet high
will ing passes
girls however up
Tuesday night hoped construction of the bulk $61,500 which Is more than a
Butler Saturady night in ball to Reddish who looked scorers for the girls with 12 each. born at Whitesville, once the coun-
cagers After explaining the proposed plant would get under! way late fourth of 1953's total of $221,450.Guy '
the Starke armory in what should mighty good on the lay-up shots.It Last Saturday night the boys 515,000 ty seat of Clay County, near Mid-
building Morgan
,
program -
prove an exciting doubleheader. was up to the girls, however, chalked up another win, a 67-55 WIN PENCLETOH conducted a general discussion dleburg. She moved to Newnansville N. G. Cagefs Win Andrews, representing the

Jackson's girls edged past the to provide the excitement and victory over Fletcher High of Jack- I and question-and-answer session with her family in 1865, and elders. The laymen were judgedthe

locals in their first meeting and thrills of a basketball game that sonville Beach. Arnold Smith.hitfor BR-R-RRR! An 8-in. snow j two years later moved to Waldo, winning team, but the minister -

another close contest is expectedhere fans love. The girls are coming 29 points, Rivers 20, and Lewis fell in Washington one night last !1 There were not many questions. I where she spent the remainder of,. First Contest Rev. W. S. McAliley. con-

tonight. Coach Bishop's along faster now, and played an 18. week. And who should step off!I Some persons contended that an ;her life. gratulate all the men on their in-
I excellent to win. Injuriesstill Next Tuesday night P. K. the train Monday in the ; She was married in Waldo in Co.. National
girls will be striving to get back game morning I I auditorium should be built at Bradford Headquarters terest in and knowledge of the

into the win column again after plague them, however, and Yonge's A and B squads will be bitter cold without their topcoatsbut High School before a gym 1881 to the late Manuel Y. En- Guard, won its first encounter church's program.

breaking the ice last Friday night will hinder Coach Bishop in pro- here for games and the girls will General Mark W. Lance, Adjutant !r.asium. An auditorium had previously -; tenza, a native of Spain, who the current basketbsJl season by The next meeting is scheduled t J

with a 44-36 victory over a scrap ducing a wininng team. Agnes travel to St. Augustine for a game General of the State of been listed for BHS. but!i came to the United States in 1868. severely trouncing Le sburg's Co. j j for Friday Feb. 19, at 7 p. m.

py Lake City sixtet. Lawson. captain is still sidelined i with the Ketterlinus girls. Florida and Col. Ralph W. Cooper ', it was removed from the program j Mr. Er.tenza died in 1903. H team 62-36 in the Scathe: armory

The twin games with Lake But- with a knee injury, and Barbara I J I Coach Bishop has organized a State Quartermaster. In town to I when it was found that anticipatI -!!i Mrs. Entenza's grandfather, Thursday, Jan. 14. Seafood Market

ler are expected to draw a full Lance, a guard, is out also with a Junior High girls team which will confer with officials in the Penta- I funds would not permit its con- Samuel Y. Gary, came to Florida Top'scorer for the ;
house as usual. Last year the knee injury and probably will miss meet the Lawtey Juniors in four gon about the construction ofj I' struction. j in 1823 and was U.S. Indian agent was Jack Eaves with a total

girls split with Union in regular several games. games. The first contest is set several National Guard Armories j Morgan explained that a gymnasium i I j at St. Augustine and at Black of 22. Runnerup was Frank Opening FridayToday

scheduled games, as did the boys. Youngsters.Sandra Stricklandand for Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock in Florida, their first order of:! could be used as an audi- Creek. He was a member of thei Dryden with 16.

Union's won-lost records are not Jackie Prevatt, both freshmen, in the armory. business was to "ush to the store! torium, whereas an auditorium i J First Constitutional Convention Saturday night the Guardsmen (Friday) will see the

known but good games are in scored 16 points each and Marcia Coach Casey's JunioI''h'gh boys and buy a coup'e of warm coats. could not be used for a gym. He ; held in St. Joe about 1842, where play Leesburg there. opening of the new Starke Sea-

store for local fans. I Kay Hazen racked up 12 counters. played their first game Jan. 14 Two of the best dressed men in i said, too, that a gym was very im- the territory was later admitted as I The next home game' will be food :Market on South Walnut St.

Last Friday night the boys out- Jackie Prevatt kept the locals even and lost a close 32-30 decision to town! !j portant in carrying out the girls the State of Florida. Her father I.I with Lake City Foresters on across from the Park Theatre.

classed Jacksonville Tech 68-30 I I with Lake City in the first half the Lawtey Junior High boys. ph)sical education program, and John Green Smith. fought in the Thursday, Jan. 28.Presbyterian. The owner-manager is Leo Hunter,
BIG SURPRISE Seminole War of 1835 to 1842. He
Biggest sur-
with the firs.1 five starters playing I with 12 points, as the halftime j' that this was also a move toward who also operates a market in

only one quarter. They built up a I score was 22 all. Tobacco MeetingSet prise this season from the Florida having all school facilities located |I,was captain of the company of MenThe Jasper, but who will bring his
BillLantafrs volunteers stationed at Fort
delegation was Congressman 'j
j wife and two children to
on one side of Avenue. Starketo
lead Coach Temple At
,
25-4 first quarter so j Bradford moved ahead duringI
Hazelwood let the subs finish out I the third period for a 33-30 lead For FridayAt announcement that he present the U.S.O. on the other j; Harley. First Presbyterian Men of make their home. Mr. Hunter'
-
the game. I and then Sandra Strickland beganto Brooker Center would not run for reelection in side of the street is being used for \! She is survived by one daughter. the Church held their monthly has also been the manager of the

1954. Lantaff gave the high ex- :, physical education! I II Mrs. J. J. Emma Wilson of Eagle Department Store in Jasperfor
Lavon Lewis looked good in the I hit to give the locals a safe purposes. supper meeting at the Gold House
pense of being a congressman as The superintendent agreed that i Waldo; one stepson, Antonio P. several years.

first quarter on his driving lay-up margin and a well-earned victory. Tobacco growers of this area I the reason he retired. Each year, I!, there was a need for an auditorium Entenza, Beverly Hills, Calif.; four Restaurant last Friday night He states that he will operatehis
and four free throws in the The guards performed outstandingly will get together at a meeting in I I
shots he said, he was running several : in Starke of sufficient'size )I grandchildren, Mrs. Joseph H. Ball,I After the supper, the businessand own trucks between Starke and
first Edgar Akridge. with and things looked rough for Brooker tonight (Friday) at 7:30in I
period. thousand dollars behind and ,Mrs.: June : and T. Manuel held in Cedar it
to handle big affairs such as commencement Marjenhoff, program meeting was Key, making possible to
Bradford when Dansby and Lance the Hall to hear I
16 counters, tied Rivers for high Community !
'' was rapidly using up all of his exercises, but felt that Entenza Jacksonville, Mrs. the educational building of the offer ocean-fresh seafood to the
Reddish went out of the via fouls. extension workers discuss I
honors but Glenn game agricultural -
score 'I better tobacco growing I savings. This decision of course I because of the growing importanceof ''May Eaves. Mayfield, Ky.; and church with Rudolph Sink in public here at all times. He will

prac- throws the Miami race wide open. physical education in the state's I six greatgrandchildren.Funeral charge. carry a full line of seafood including -

tices. Already set for a try at the job !school system a gym should come will be held Sunday at Topic for discussion was "The Cedar Key mullet and

Sell It Rent ft Trade J. R. Henderson, extension are Dr. Floyd A. Wright, a professor first.The i| 3 p.m. at the First Methodist Work of the Church" and the oystars, shrimp lobster, crab

agronomist, will discuss production at the University of Miami; I $515,000 program will include Church Waldo.. audience was asked to test the flounder, red snapper, sea trout

practices, and Jim Brogdon, I Dante Fascell, a young Miami (in order of priority: >)> : I I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home knowledge of a three-way panelof aid frozen chowders.Mr. .

WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow I extension entomologist, will talk i lawyer; Robert Givens, lawyer 1. RJE High School (Negro) of Gainesville is in charge. experts: John Mixon and Robert Hunter invites the publicin

about insect control. and Dade County politician. 13 new classrooms, cafeteria, and I Green, representing the aaymen to inspect his new market and

G. T. Huggins, Bradford County showers, $200,000. i Chroni of the church; R.. G. Paterson andJ. will have free ballooons and candyfor
Rates Good Results Easy To Place' I SHORT AND POINTED Con- i Fighteri I
agricultural agent, arranged the 2. Lawtey Training School
meeting and urges all tobacco gressman Bob Sikes, noted in the i jgro)--five new classrooms anti i Draws $50 Fine ; and O. E. Staasbury and today.
WORDS OR LESS, OXE INSERTION - 50c I
80
House for his short, punchladenremarks
growers to attend. "Our tobacco I t
; conversion of old
EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c I production in Bradford County led off the new session "|cafeteria and offices building, $50,000.into I Joe Sutton, a Reno Negro ... -, -t...... _. '

DISCOUNT OF IS PER CENT O.\ TWO OR MORE IXSERTIOVS ranges from 700 to 1,800 pounds ,!I'with a blast at the administra- 3. Bradford High School, gymnasium charged with fighting, was givena

Z5 e ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND: ADS OR ADS XOT PAID IX ADVANCE per acre, arj the 1953 averagewas 'I tion. This time, he spoke for the band room, choral room, I I choice of paying a $50 fine or %YINKLERFIECfRIC SERVICE

1,100 pounds per acre," Hug- veterans. His speech was so short 150000. spending 30 days in the city jail _

MEMOBIANS, CARJ OJF THANKS RESOLUTIONS- :20c PER LINE gins said as he announced the,I and to the point that it is quoted 4. Starke Elementary School, !jby Mayor J. R. Wainwright Monday -

(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) I coming meeting. He added, "Thereis here in full. I eight classrooms, offices. and cafeteria -|I morning.

still an opportunity to increase "Mr. Speaker: Administration i $115,000.Although 'I j This was Sutton's third ap- .

... this yield, but tobacco growers bureaucrats are making it look pearance in the mayor's court on I
FOR SALE-Pecan lOc to 50c per I the State Department
pound. Also shelled pecans i4 lb. should remember that quality is as though our government just has fighting charges. He was arrested I
25c or any amount. fit TempleAve. I doesn't have workable veteran'sloan j set up priority on the projects 1 in Reno .
Sunday
a night RADIO
A. J. THOMAS as important as quantity. by
on Highway :01. 4tchg 2/5 :; as listed above, the present plan is pOlice-I.
I find from talkingto man Riley Sweat His
program.
ESTATE BROKER i to all
REAL | get of the construction
204 Temple Ave. Telep..e 21* FOR SALE--Tractor Altis-Chandler veterans in my district that they un- i a young Negro woman who __ AND
with equipment. Information at Three From Here [I der way at about the same time, appeared -
Stu.... Florida Bradford Cn. Telegraph. ?tp II!! can't borrow money for homes for ; in court with her left eye
Morgan said. It is
j not likely that
Will Get Degrees establishing themselves in busi- ; swollen shut. Sutton claimed the TELEVISIONSales
Has 939:: FORD FOR SALR-Good tires an'thingill be started before
and motor. ness as easily as they woman had tried to knife him. .
FOR SALE Tpholstery not too At U of F Jan. 30 i June.i
good.. J100. Rufus Prevatt, Law. should. Congress has passed legislation -I I Other cases appearing on the I {_ ,rrr',
If"'
Jtp 1/!! i
l-h..I. 'we-lIIac IroatiBS aimed at helping the vet- mayor's docket Monday were:
Three Starkeites will be
Kt.le. Lake. FOR Cambridge.S.\LE-Lale heater 1933 low Plymouth.mileage !, the 507 applicants for degrees among at I I j erans but by the time some of the j j Levy Co. Judge three cases of red light running, and Service

fertile land, j I agencies get through bungling $10 bond forfeited in
3-S4 acre far. exceptionally clean original own the University of Florida's mid- each instance I
electricity. .ItMted H Price ii1e er. 'lI! Oak St., opposite Wells semester commencement exercises -I and mishandling the program, Seeks Post ; and one case of speeding I JJ_

4USM.OO.from pated Term klghwir. Rlectric Service. !tp 1 /!! to be held Jan. 30 at 8 p. m. i they have succeeded in defeating. through the school zone, $15 bond I 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida t

LET j. n.: onow. JR. :' i: the very intent of Congress. Our (Continued from page one) forfeited. .
8-cai acre '.r... subitatialdiel1iag HANDLE YOrK i in Florida Gymnasium.The I _S

electricity, froatiaKimportaat CATTLE AND HOGS Starke candidates for de-present veterans' loan program sioners and as county prosecuting i' ,, -
.. paied highway.Price SALES isn't working. In fact it is sometimes --- LV"
1.
are: Morton Alpren, Doctor, attorney. He has been !II ; 1i .
ZO.OO' Lire Oak Kach Wednesday grees assigned .
be- 1\ "' .
: -
than no -- --- -- "
worse >
program
GII.lIIe. Each Friday of Education; Leola F. Roberts, by the last two Governors as -
Completely redone h.. bedroom II cause as it is, it makes the vet-
dwellUc U Stark, lot Master of Education; and RalphJ. (County Judge of Alachua County Ito j

:UI K 105 IB ale quiet Belch* FOR crete SALE Block-ISc 8" x each.8" x 16" Con.I Silva, Bachelor of Science in eran think we are trying to kid !' serve during the illness of Judge ,
herheod .f8,300.00. Plenty of him lose faith
him. It makes |
Mortar Mix and Cement. Brad Pharmacy. I inj Harry McDonald, and is now completing ;
ford Engineering Company. Phone the he has served so'i'
:Apartment II.ue*. Motel, 14. tt Alpren is a supervisor in the I government six months service in that| ,
City L ta. Acreage and Waterfront Bradford County school system ,well til time of war. One thin'we capacity. : "

properties.PLAN TWE.VTT-SEVEX ACRE FARM Mrs. Roberts teaches at BHS.j1 should determine to do in this j
and
FOB THE FfTCRE BY For sale, S room house with electricity Heights. I'session is to rewrite our veterans' j I In }announcing his candidacy !I IT ;
From IS
Keystone !Judge'Anderson UNLAWEUL
ESTATE and water also 3 room said: "I am mindful -
VESTING IX REAL Wil-I
and
TOO AY I house. :See J. L. Bagwell. Rt. 2 liam Dale Siprelle is a legislation in such clear man- J of the great responsibilities j
near Farmers Market. entrenched
ftp 2/29 of datory terms that our
( Bachelor
-w-- for the degree )and duties imposed upon our Circuit -j

FOR SALE-20 acre farm new block .Mechanical Engineering.Dr. I bureaucrats will have to carry out', ( Judges and, if I am elected to | j
house with 3 bedrooms, modern on the true intent of Congress-to|
FOR RENT-J room furnished paved road. Will sell with or Howard A. Rusk, chairmanof |(this office, I will devote my entire
apartment with private bath and of Physical Medicineand the benefit of our veterans andij i ito I I Ij
without acreage. W. J. Poehner, the Dept time and effort to the duties in ,
entrance. Call hot ITJ-J and or cold see water Mr. (L.urn.ikbed. U Kaiford. Fla. Itp Rehabilitation, N. Y. U. Col- the credit of their government.I j j I (order that I may give the citizensof I For Any Person Persons to Engage in
Itp or
Hemingway. FOR \U-s hp Wixzard Outboard lege of Medicine, wili deliver the JUMPING THE GUN When t' our circuit the full benefit of my
Motor perfect condition. See at address at the Jan. 30 "
SALE Registered Angus Bull. principal 'judicial ability and experience.
FOR Gib Brown's Service Station on President Eisenhower spoke to:,
ready priced. for J. B.service.White 4 Reasonably',i wiles N. Temple Ave. Itp commencement. Dr. John S. Allen, Congress and called for voting j Anderson further stated that it '

W. on Highway U. :tp II:: FOR RENT-Furnished apartment. university vice-president, will con- privileges for 18-year-olds, hep|i is his intention, if elected, to main- Business Under A Name Unless ]
which include 346 1 Fictitious
the tain
furnished bedroom kitchenette bath and fer degrees didn't know that Congressman the office of Circuit Judge in 'I
FOR RENT-J room
apartment electric refrigerator, porch. Electricity furnished. new- bachelor degrees 28 law degrees, Dwight Rogers had 20 minutes !|its present location, as he feels

gas range, private bath and en- ly decorated. Mrs. Titus .Olson. 110 masters degrees, eight Doctorof earlier introduced resolution in';' that by so doing it will be more
trance.! Rent reasonable. Adults. ltpJEST Education degrees and 15 Doctor a The Name Is Registered
Mrs. Errol Alvarez 60J Lafayette the House calling for a constitu convenient for those having business -
A
FIUFT
ltD W* Do.', Want '.. I of Philosophy degrees. tional amendment ttf that effect. I I before the court.

WANTED TO BUT-Prom owner 2 You Can Hate >mAT Anderson is 45 years old, is married -

bedrocim house must be near COSTS Funeral SundayFor to the former Marguerite
Starke on paved road. Write P. Jl'MBO DESK CALENDAR & Dr. English Among Partin of Kissimmee and they C
O. BOI 637. Starke. Fla. ItchK lit:
Uallr RmUdrrn, :..7i.Iye K. E. ThompsonKenneth
>OW ______________________ 1.73: Prominent SpeakersDue have two daughters. He has been
FA1RACUE3 MRSKRIKS actively engaged in the practiceof
Jo. Hill William Owaer SMALL SIZE DESK CALENDAR, Elton Thompson, 48, At ConferenceAmong law since 1931.
He is
a member -
Lake Butler. Fla. 1.1:5.Iup: ,OW __u__ 1.00 automobile mechanic, died Thurs I Read This Florida Law 1.
Citmelllaa. Azaleas, Standard and of the Bronson Methodist
rare .otrutle Also Dylill. High LIHUK 3K. n.: K CAU REFILLS day night, Jan. 14, at his homein the many prominent Church, and is Past Master of
eat quality, reasonable prices. Open 1.40 ale :OW ________ WeI1IIADFORD Starke after a long illness.He speakers to be heard in the forthComing Bronson I

Saturday appointment.and Sunday except by COfNTY TELEGRAPHFOR was born Sept. 10, 1905 in Christ for Florida Confer- I] Patron of Masonic Chapter Lodge 134, OES.and Past, "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to

I Fairfax. Va. and came to Starke ence at Park-of-the-Palms is Dr. i j I II engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined -
RADIOS REPAIRED I! E. of St. Peters- !
IMMEDIATE \LE-l used about four years ago. Schuyler English
AU Make All ........ bed and mattress, excellent con Surviving are his wife. Daisy burg. The author of a series of ;! SAL Depot Office without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the

Reaooaable CHAS.charge C. SHEPHERD. guaranteed dition condition; 1; Hollywood 1 living room bed in chair.good Tanner Thompson; four daughters.. Bible study books, Dr. English has I Is Broken Into; clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of businessis

7M W. fall St. atarke Ph. X3S All low priced. Dorothy Ford, 310W. Anderson. lona also done several of I
Mrs. Anna Mae biographies with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit -
Madison phone :i 6-J.
it Jean Thompson nationally known spiritual lead- !!! Nothing Missing
houso1. Ann and Barbara .
FOR RENT-Unfurnished Inquire all
I signed by interested persons, stating under oath the names ef
at Bus Station. tf FOR SALE-Maxwell Chicken all of Starke, and Mrs. Beryl Ruth j
Ranch well equipped. tools etc. Goff, Jacksonville; four sons K. ers.Dr.. English will lead the Bible !i The Seaboard Railway depot office all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest
25 i
of
acres land dwelling with all '
YOR SALE 17 Vi" acres partly modern Jr. Jacksonville.Dale Study Hour daily. Monday through I was broken into some time I II of each and the fictitious
cleared. near Starke Farmers conveniences and fiyniture. E. Thompson. : name under which said business is carriedon.
Market. $100 per acre. Contact .\. Highway 100. Keystone Ward Thompson U. S. Saturday, at 10 a.m. Tuesday night. Agent X. M. Said
registration be
not made
H. lialgemann. 311: 16th St. N.. St. Heights Road Phone 17-R-6. Marine Corps. William Leslie and A cordial invitation is extended Smith rejx>rted nothing missingfrom may until the person or persons desiringto

Petersburg. Fla. 4tp II!: ttchg lit! Gary Lee Thompson, both of to the public to attend these the office however. engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or

WANTED TO lUY used knee hole FOR log SALE machine-Drop excellent head Singer condition Sew- Starke; his mother, Mrs. Annie and all other sessions of the con- According to Deputy Cecil their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four
office desk not'er 4S inches
wide. Gladys Moody, Phone 35. tf JJ5. Also all leather horse collar Kitchen McDaniel, Washington ference which opens Saturday Sewell, who investigated, entrancewas (4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county
large bite 4. W. B. Devine. Law into the
gained waiting room
D. C. one brother, L. W. Thompson night, Jan. 30, and runs through
FOR ,SALE-Used good condition galvanized, 1! ft. lengths roofing tey. Inquire at Standard Oil Sta.UP Ikesville; .Md.; and a sister, Saturday night, Feb. 7. by cutting a window screen. where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be

$1.50. also 8 ft. lengths. Store FOR RE.VT-Two Mrs. lola Silverman of Washington The daily sessions will convenein From the waiting room the accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of
ihelves plywood back 6ft. long. room cottage with urs".er entered the office througha
< ft. high 1! ft. long. C ft. high. bath and porch. |2i per month. D. C.Funeral. the attractive auditorium on such publication.
C ft. long SH ft. high. Kingsley I I 527 Laura St. Itchg services were held Sun- the grounds of Park-of-the-Palms, ticket window.
Lake Road. Box 451. Itp Sewell obtained print
a palm
FOR RENT-Clean. comfortable afternoon at 3 o'clock in the with the entire series under the!

LOST-Large male black and tan rooms. T.\'. privileges most reasonable day Baptist Church, of whichhe direction of Horace F. Dean presI- and fragments of finger prints.He If engaged in business under
Highland
rates. Gardenia Home, said that from you are name
Starke hound., Fla.Heward.o'rank Norman:tr 1/:' I I Mrs. R. Ranee. 3tp 2/5 was a member, with the pastor. dent of the Christ for America Docto-s Inlet a Road recent Camp escapee is suspected any ,

Rev. E. C. Harvey. officiating. in- organization.
FOR RENT-4 room FOR S.\LE-1937 Chevrolet Coupe of the .''jreaking and enter-
cottage

'0 per Box furnished.month 454. on lights Kingbley and nICel'j. Itp I i good piece shape new used$125.living three G. E.weeks room large, suite$275 refrigerator terment Cemetery was under in the the direction Highland of Only 25 Per Cent :ng job. other than your own, and have not had this name !

J115. Robert Wahlin. Blanding DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home.
HELP WANTED-Man or Woman to I I Courts, Kingsley Lake Fla. Of HomesteadersHave W. C. T. U.

distribute vertised Products Watkins Nationally to established 2tp 1/29 Assn. BrotherhoodTo Applied So Far -I RECENTLY MET THE FINISHED properly advertised and registered we will be :

customers in Starke. Full or part FOR RENT-Unfurnished house 11 ARTICLE OF THE LIQUOR j
time. Earnings unlimited. No rooms 4 baths; 3 or 4 apartments. Meet Jan. 29
other investment necessary.clI.ror Scott house. Inquire at Ducky's. About 25 per cent of Bradford TRADE: lIE WAS LYINGIN

Write Mr. C. R. Ruble. Drpt. J-3 3tchg 25N'ARCISSirS County homesteaders have made. TIlE GUTTER. HE IUD NO

The Tenn.J. 'R. Watkins Co.. Memphis ltD. FOR SALE-3 dozen for There meeting will of be a the regular AssociationalBrotherhood quarterly their 1954 homestead exemption HAT THE HAT TRADE WAS I glad to give you all necessary Information as to !

I U. Mrs. J. H. Fields. lichg applications according to Gene SUFFERING. THE MAN HAD '-

WilY NOT 'TIOATE-Local COME AND .SEETHE of New River Baptist Long tax assessor. HOLES IN ins BOOTS: TIlE I f
hospital plan has opening for a SPECIAL SALEAZALEAS Association at Heilbronn Baptist Long said that homesteaders are BOOT TRADE WAS SUFFER
man or woman to represent them .. bio.ailg Church on Jan. 29 at 7:30 p. m. what should do.BRADFORD
in
In Starke and surrounding areLEIperlenre ALL SIZES Mallard vice president at cooperating very nicely making ING. HE HAD NO SHIRT: TIlE you I
Ray ,
not neceb&ary. as we BELVEDERE AZALEA GARDENSP. their applications and that he en- COTTON TRADE WAS SUFFER- II
hive a successful training pro- O. flea 168 Earlec... FU. large of the State Brotherhood will I
gram. Appointments furnished P.*llae F.arae C.11U. be courages all homesteaders to come ING. HE WAS DIRTY: THE
speaker.
daily. If you are not afraid to .Uf) guest SOAP TRADE WAS SUFFER
work and have the desire to get Ladies are invited to this meet- into the tax assessor's office be-
ahead and want to earn In EXCESS FOR RENT-4-room house Crystal all of the ING. INDEED. I CAN HARDLYMENTION COUNTY TELEGRAPHrk
on i.ng of 1954, and men fore April 1 deadline. \
OF Is.OOO YEARLY. For Lake. Keystone Heights. 't AN INDUSTRY IN
personal interview, write, \. A. association are urged by W. H.
to Partly furnished. Rent R *xon- The tax assessor said that at THE COUNTRY WHICH WAS ,
Parmentler. P. O. Pox S77. Jack- able. Contact Attorney FremontW. Williams Associational Brotherhood i
sonville. Fla. Stp 2/5 Tolles. Post Office Building President, to attend. the same time he is accepting NOT AFFECTED BY TILT

Keystone Heights. 4tcK I 't'. tangible and intangible personal 3LVVS INSOBRnmV
WANTFD-Waitresses. Cooks Dishwashers The host church will serve refreshments -
for El Rancro Drive.. FOR"SALE-National Cash Register. and extends a cordial property tax returns which are LORD RYDER. I .
Ian opening soon. See HerbThornas. I I practically new flaO. Call Z16-J. (FLORIDA GOOD NEWS.) ; ; .
Itcbg Up welcome. due by April 1. ;f: : :.: jf ___: : = __._ ii- ;





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STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1954

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I FARMER'S; Keystone Heightsby Florida Towns Should Make Hay With History... !



DIARY. Mrs Sara :McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. I Dr. Slaughter Tells Keystone Heights Cof C


The author wID be glad to receive S

In; the Item activities of Interest of farmers concern-In There will be an interesting That Tourists Would Be Attracted ,By Lore"Florida Lq. J '

,. r.1 tqpyt Bradford County. Suggestions maybe family reunion in Keystone Heights I

t 11 Yt1- left at the Telegraph office orI this week. Of the seven brothersand

I bpd to Sam :McGarvey, Lawtey, sisters including F. M. Wal- history is a gold mine, not only for the novelist, "IT SAYS HERE" Dr

I rath Sr. and Mrs C. Ray Lawr- but as a tourist attraction," Dr. Frank G. Slaughter, eminent Slaughter points out map in t: 9 a'.
E By Sam McGarvey ence, five will be here, meeting writer and lecturer told members and guests of the Keystone history book showing where :

p.A.. for the first time in some years. Heights Chamber of Commerce at the organization's annual I earliest Spanish trail in Florida
I ...u ..A.A......... u u .l.lAlAALIA//All/AAA/AAA Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Walrath,
banquet held Saturday night in the Keystone Woman's'Club."North skirted the shores of Lake
brother, will come from Massilon,
Gave the berry plants 'the u' esting reading. Geneva. Looking
From there went to Charlie Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Alton Heard America's oldest road ever he was, seems to have been intently are i'f
second scheduled fertilizing with we directors
sister almost skirted the shoresof familiar with of Keystone HeightsC
475. Used the old hand planter and Winnie Shuford's home and ( ) of Bessemer, Pa. will certainly the characteristicsof
bring Mrs. Mildred Sterns of Con- Lake Geneva," Dr. Slaughtersaid. the Caloosa Indians of South of C: (seated, I to r) S. E. ,
fertilizer, and this method is just ,had a fine New Year's dinner,
Pa. 'This the Florida." McKay and Al Nelson stand.
about the slowest job in the featuring roast duck which was neaut They expect to have a was orginal Spanish ; (
reunion dinner at the home of F. I trail connecting St. Augustinewith ing, I to r) Gordon
world. It took Sam about two anda I cooked to perfection. At the start "In failing to present the storyof Purdy Key

half days to do the 15,000 plants,, of the dinner the duck was stuffed, M. Walrath Jr. the missions in the Apalachee Florida's glamorous past to Sargent, Watson Hardenberg,

and we certainly are going to dis but at the end of the meal we Mrs. Walter Washabaugh of region near Tallahassee. Some 200 its huge tourist trade, the State'spublicizers Dr. Slaughter, Fremont W.
Ashland, Va., mother of Mrs. J. T. miles in length, this trail was
card this idea as soon as possible, were, and we spent the evening have overlooked the Tolles, and Lindsay Walker.
because it is not feasible to use on laughing at Charlie and Winnie's Southerland and Mrs. Souther- travelled, beginning in 1633 when best means of advertising," the
land's son, Paul Finnegan of the friars started building thriv-
speaker said. He .
a planting of any size. But any stories. urged the Keystone -
way, the job is done and now in Washington D. C., have been visi-I ing missions all along its course.I Heights trade group to begin -
Heard that ting the Southerlands this week. I For its length, it was undoubtedlythe capitalizing
about three weeks we will give during the past on its colorful
the plants another fertilization week there were some berries sold Mr. Finnegan brought, a guest heaviest travelled road in I historical background.Some 0 f
with him, Jean T. DeGivenchy, North America at the time," the
with 388. along the highway, and we have 125 Keystone C of C mem-
Asst. Dist. Mgr. of Air France, speaker said."Later .
vet to pick our first ripe berry. bers, their wives and guests gathered 0
I Every time the wind blows Last year at this time we had already Washington, D. C. this same trail formed in the Woman's Club for this

hard we lose some of the metal been selling for three weeks. i Mrs. John Camp is reported to the English highroad between St. event, officially the "kick-off" for f
be improving after her stay in the Augustine and Pensacola, duringthe COL. R. H. KELLEY, ff
roofing on our old sheds. The But we can see now that in farm- the trade group's annual member- Camp
framework underneath the roofing ing no two seasons are alike, and hospital.Mrs. British occupation of Florida ship drive. Blanding World War II commander !
is rotted and nails do not that accounts for the fact that Nooman, mother of Mrs. from 1763 to 1784," Dr. Slaughtersaid. now a resident of Melrose ,
Al Nelson served [
hold. A breeze works the nails farming is a big gamble. 'I as master of is seated left at table In r J:
4 filled out nicely. "Even the discovery of Florida ceremonies in the absence of the .
loose f
and the
first good wind foreground. Seated at right Is l _
i president, Frank M. 3 r rj
a
is Walrath
blows off the metal sheets. Hope While out at Oscar Carter'sgetting a fascinating enigma, the phy- Jr., Col. John ; ; j !
We had about fine who was called out of McDowall, retired ,
town.
as evening sician-author whose novels of Mr. .
someday that we can build some a bag of feed for Joy, we r
meal the other night as Sam medicine and Florida history are Nelson reviewed the rapid growthof Army colonel and Keystoneresident. fI
sheds that will not come apart met Oscar's uncle, M. D. (Marion) !
easily. Carter. We always enjoy talkingto thinks is possible. Oh, nothing published in 12 foreign languagesall Keystone Heights in recent Woman's Club was ,i

him, for the farmers around fancy. Just home-made vegetable over the world, went on. "Mapsare years and told something of its crowded to capacity for this f

For a change we decided to here can tell a lot that is not soup, made from fresh vegetablesand in existence that show land early history. I successful event.
take to be found our own soup meat plus a fine resembling the Florida peninsulaand Preceding Dr. Slaughter's ad-
it easy on a holiday, and we in books. And he must e.
big bone and home-baked bread in the dress, I I4I S fI
roughly same several
went New Year's calling. Visited have been a hustling man for he regionas selections were 0FRANCIS .
with plenty of butter, and lots of early as 1435 over half a cen- sung by Miss ...
the Bryant Reddishes, and went !tells us that he farmed 35 acres Bobby Bastedo of i .i
all over the place, from their at- without help. good rich milk. Alice will put tury before Columbus allegedly Keystone, a featured vocalist with I I
some of the soup in the freezer. discovered America. And this unknown the Bradford
tractive new home out into the High. School Glee e
earlier discoverer, who- Club. T
improved pastures. Their new We built another 10-foot gate.
Last week we decided that even
home is just about what every- Most of them that we have builtso
though our winter pasture of
rye .
one dreams of having some day. far have lasted only a short and Wm. Sttickey, was in town last fis now in the hospital there witha
rescue grass was not whatit
We especially liked the double time, so we were determined that ought to be, we'd turn the.cows weekend. She is a former resi-I broken hip.

fireplace which serves both the this one would be different. We in and let them get some good dent of Keystone now living in The fire department answered

large living room and the warm, built it of lighter material, streched ,grazing. They had a great time Pittsburgh, Pa. I an alarm on Sunday afternoon and CLARK, superin-

friendly kitchen. Bryant is doinga fence wire over it, and afterit while it lasted, but inside of a Mrs. Kyle McMurtry entertainedwith put out a small brush.fire on the tendent of the Penney FarmsMemorial 5r

fine job of building up the pas- was hinged in place supportedit week the seven head had croppedit three tables of bridge last Jacksonville highw y. center
Community ( )
tures; has clover everywhere and: from the end to a point about Monday night. Fred Leonhard has bought the d
down and we had to shut them dint-s
at Keystone between
.. one field planted in Rescue. three feet above the gate post out again. It wasn't much, but we Paulette Tyre, daughter of Mr. Schelling home on Keystone Lake. banquet
From there we visited Mrs. with a piece of light chain. Now think that it helped them for the and Mrs. Ray Tyre, is in Gaines- There will be a rehearsal dinneron Dr. and Mrs. Harvey I
Louis Hill and had a delightful we'll see if this one sags. time ville in the hospital and is reported Friday night at the home of Myers of Keystone and Gainesville }
being.
time talking to her about the S. much improved. Mrs. Autrey Vance for the wed- Dr. Myers Is a memberof +- I{

early days of Lawtey, as she With all the rain we've had in Comdr. and Mrs. Patterson werein ding of Spike Vance and Terry the U of F faculty. .
We intend to about four
knows them from her late hus- this area our kitchen garden is get Keystone for the weekend. Farr which will take place on -:1- ; I
bags of nitrate of soda and broadcast ?
band. Later Emma gave us a about at a standstill. But we are the Mrs. Boatright has gone to.At- Saturday in the Community ., f
it on as i
pasture a top
copy of the Florida Historical So- picking a few English peas and lanta, Ga. for a few days. Church. The reception will be at Y3
dressing. We think that this will I
ciety which contains part of the they are mighty fine eating. The Mrs. Feigert of the Park-of-the- the Inn. I
get the stuff growing, that is if
diary of Erasmus Hill (LouieHill's new variety (new to us, that is) Palms, while enroute to Texas, The March of Dimes dinner will .
don't !
we have more rain in the I
father) covering his first Hundredfold, promises to bear very had a bad fall on the train and be held on Thursday, Jan. 28.

days in Florida.. It is very inter- well; the pods are long and are (continued on page twelve) was taken off at Macon, Ga. and Don't forget to get your tickets., Polaroid 1-Minute Photos by tb."elegrapb- i


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I Pasture Of Oats your answer or pleading to the com- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Uie Clerk of the Circuit Court on and file the original in me orflco of onoe each week for four consecutive
plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney before the 8 day of February, 1954; jr before the the Clerk of tie Circuit Cttrt on weeks in the Bradford County Telecraph. -
Is Recommended T. Frank Landrum, Starke Fla. otherwise the allegations of said 8 day of February, 1954; ilr before the i'
? : end file the original in the officeof Bill of Complaint will be taken as otherwise the allegations of said
L I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on confessed by you. Complaint will le taken as confessed 8 day of February, 1954;; Dated this 5 day of January. Is4
II I For Best Results or before the 8 day of February This notice shall be published by you. otherwise the allegations ct said OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Complaint will be Clerk of the Circuit Court.
taken confessed
1954; otherwise the allegations of once each week for four consecutive This notice shall b. published as -
I I said Complaint will be taken as confessed weeks in The Pradford County Tele- once each week for four consecutive by/ you. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
I For maximum growth and feed i by JOU.I graph. weeks in the Bradford County Tele This notice shall ee published 1 3 oft 1 .. I
production, winter pastures of I This notice shfcu be published Dated this 6 day of January. A.D. graph.
once each week for four consecutive 1954. Dated this 4 day of January, 1954. -i
L4iina Burgess i1vtirPOMCAWEBL !wheat should be given periodical 'weeks in the Bradford County Tele- (OFFIC'IALSEAL) Charles A. Darby (OFFICIAL SHAD Charles A. uaroy
of and 'rraph. Clerk of the Clerk of the Circuit Court i
I applications nitrogen a Circuit Court I', I
.. Dated this 6 day of January 1954. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
chance to come back after they 'I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby 1/8 4t 1/29 Ira 4t 1/29 MOING
have been grazed down, accordingto Clerk of the Circuit Court
Wherein I reeall ,the beginningyear me out many a time when I was By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
Dr. Gordon Killinger of the! NOTICE 10 APPEAR NOTICE TO APPEAR I
of my writing for the Tele I(deep in work and a teacher was I 1/8 4t 1/29 fa Circuit Court Bradford County IB Circuit Coart. Bradford Coaa.,.. -
Florida
University of .
Agricultural
graph" and why I began writing.He I Jill and could not come. I hope ,In The C'lrcuH Court of Florida. Florida IB Chancery. Florida F IB Brookes Chucery.David Plaintiff."S.. LOCAL Safe PHONE-I
She Experiment Stations."If I, Eighth Judicial Circuit, In And Leonard P. Davis Plaintiff, vs. Jen- OR
her health has improved. was Louisa Brookes, Defendant. o
Dependable
nie L. Davis Defendant.
who from zone to zone I these crops were given a For Bradford County, Case No. 10-264
very poorly at the last word. She la Chancery.Mildred Case No. 10-243 LONGDISTANCE a 311
EconomicalR.
complete fertilizer at planting, Notice To Appear.To
Guides through the sky thy uncertain has home not too far from the .Notice To AppeariTo
,
I a Thomas Cribbs Plaintiff, vs. Jennie L. Davis, whose : Louisa Brookes whose residence -
: residence -
Dr. Killinger says, "the only ad- George W. Cribbs, Defendant. and address is John D
c/o
flight schoolhouse she called her "Wood and address is: 4016 23rd : e B. Alvarez OR
I ditional fertilizer they will need NOTICE TO APPEAR Street North, Arlington 7, Virginia. O'Flynn. Flainview, Hicksville, L. I., .
In the long way that I must land Home." To: George. Cribbs, whose resi- N Y. Agents For
during the winter is nitrogen. You are hereby notified ttat adult i TRANSFER AND
tread alone HELPFUL HINTS: If you dence and address Unknown.. for You are hereoy notified hat a 250-J
I However, they must be given the You DiorceHas I Weber Bros. STORAGE CO.
are hereby notified that a suit for |
Will lead steps aright. have dark wood work that you I
my to in suit for divorce has been filed Divorcehas !
opportunity regain growth been filed against you ?n the !
William Cullen Bryant.It .I want to paint white, paint firstwith after being grazed down to against you 1'the above named above named Court and cause and been filed against you IB the :
aluminum paint and then Court and cause and you are required you are required to serve a copy of above named Court and cause and i;
when about twp inches if they are to to serve a copy of your answeror your answer or pleading to the you are required to serve a copy of STORAGEPerryman
was in January 1944 one coat of white is all that is pleadings
provide maximum feed for livestock to the Bill of Com- complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney your answer or pleading to the i
teaching at Clay Hill that I needed. When working in the soil, plaint on the Plaintiffs attorney. Joseph K. Skipper 2%1 complaint on the Plaintiff 'i
." Carlos E Harper 204 West University Graham William D. I
Building Jacksonville Attorney Morgan
started writing for this paper. I put soap under your finger nails In cases pastures of oats Avenue Gainesville, Florida. Florida 507 Clark Building. Jackson-i i BIdg. S. Court St. Starke, Florifof I
many
saw the need for the people of first and :your nails will not get and file the original in the office of ana file the original in the office of vile, .Florida !
: rye or wheat turn pale green to I
my school district to have a pa grubby and when hands are washed -
yellow in late November and December -
per with news of their lives. At the soap comes out leaving
from lack of nitrogen, sot
first it was a simple column of nails clean. Try sifting a little
is advisable to top-dress them
daily happenings, end a list of granulated sugar over the top of
with 100 to 200 pounds of nitrateof
the honor students. As time wenton meringue before browning. The
pie soda, 75 to 100 pounds of ammonium -
I added more and more. 'When will cut easily.APPLEBANANA. '

I came to Nebraska in 1946 and : NUT SALAD fertilizer nitrate, or acre similar at this nitrogen timeor C

married Don, I for to many and years I (Don likes .this). Two apples after the per first grazing, the tIle greaeesegtzcoline f development
had the news sent me
diced one banana diced, one- Experiment Station argonomist ex a
best I could. Then
rewrote it the
half cup pecan meats. Mix all to- plains.Dr. .
Mrs. Bessie Strickland was an
gether with some mayonnaise
for help. She Killinger recommends grazing -
answer to a prayer dressing thinned with milk. Serveon
of Hill news such pastures when they at-
does the job Clay
lettuce leaf in small side,
or a f
for the In her column "Long tain a height of six to eight inches,
children and dish.Thanks removing stock from them when '
Branch. Now my the .
to editor, Gene
in the and a the crops have been grazed downto 31
people are news
Matthews, we received a nice
two inches and applying nitrogen in
part of all the world. :My great Christmas this of box years
fulfilled. In gift year a and allowing tht pasture to
wish has been Border
of Florida pecans. We have had before them
grazing
in contact'with regain growth
now that I keep lots of 'salad and nut cake. I do
I used to teach I % again.
the children
wish to thank him again and tell has applythe ,
begun
After grazing
write Hill Echo-
to "Clay
take time
him how much the ,
we enjoy pe
, a
top-dressing once
nitrogen
all of
in
es". I am still interested .
cans.I month or after each grazing periodup
vote for
Florida and do hope you
his also enjoyed the picture of to February, he advises. Whether -
Charley Johns as Governor on
. own ballot when election arrives.I Gov. Charley E. Johns and familyon oats will be grazed as long as :

have no other motive for wishinghim the front page of last week's they last or livestock removed so RE-POWERS

governor then the welfare of Telegraph. It brought back to they will produce a grain crop,

Florida and its pepple. A good mind the last Christmas I was in early February is the latest periodfor

school teacher always wants the Florida. I spent it with them in applying nitrogen for a good

j best for all people. I am still at Hugh at the Brinson home. Sucha return from the fertilizer.

heart a school teacher. I often wonderful couple, and I was The Experiment Station worker

think of Aunt Lillie Wilkinson at treated as a' princess, and I was says it is best to apply nitrogen

Clay Hill. A retired schoolteacher only the teacher at Clay Hill. Ted when the pasture is dry to avoid '
and have to burning. He also warns farmers :
wonderful and Charley promised
and such a person 'I
good Christian. She has helpedATTENTION visit Don and me when they come that all livestock should be removed YOUR H.

that West.time.I am 'looking forward to from the pasture when the

\ fertilizer is applied and, kept out ,,
It is snowing here this after- '. '
of it for several days thereafteror <- "
noon. A fine misting of snow. It For your engine-new or old-to :\
rain to
protect
'I is blowing out, but I love a winter until a good
deliver its full fuel
from fertilizer poisoning. power, every charge
day like this. Now I will feel animals ,
If You Have I more like quilting. It has been For the same reason, empty fertilizer -! in every Tinder must Ignite fully and

very mild here and no snow. Don sacks or other containers I It
TIMBER TO SELL
has gone over toward Martins- be left where animalscan ,
not
should
PINE OR CYPRESS burg to deliver gas We have not them. ENGINEreasoiL But in most cars on the road today
to
had a funeral since before Christmas get the case and for a very definite

Large or SmallTracts I have had a glorious rest ,

and cleaned the house. Took the \ .'

We Buy All Christmas ,decorations to the at YOU'LL LOVE fountain the new Ester-in !I Ceitain chemical deposits, which?

tic. New Year's Eve here the brook purse-size pens
PAY TOP PRICES pastel shades. Only $2.37 at Brad are constantly accumulating, interfere
church bells ran?. It was a clear,
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have a verY nice booklet writ- First,these deposits coat the spark plugs,

Write or Call ten by our Nebraska Mother of NOTICE TO APPEAR causing them to misfire. In effect they
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COUNTY TELEGRAPII, STARKE, FLOBID-A' PAGE ELEVEN
BRADFORD
FRIDAY JANUARY 22, 1954 .
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Third World War Seen'If U. S. j -- ,

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Its Defenses Up, Writer Says IIII I:
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That we are not going to suffer II
DANCE I
another world war is the "firm Now's The Time j
conviction" of Louis Fischer, f
To Get
Ready
authority on Russian and Euro- !
pean politics, as reported in an For RaisingChicks
exclusive article in the January
Reader's Digest Now is the time to prepare for
Author of many books and ar- raising chicks for next fall's home
ticles on Russia, and for 14 yearsa laying flocks, says Norman R.
Moscow correspondent, Mr. Mehrhof, poultry specialist with
Fischer's Digest piece follows a the Florida Agricultural Extension That Others May Walk
recent "close-up" study of condi- Service. I
tions on each side of the Iron Cur- "Having the house, brooding

tain.Fisher's equipment, feeders, waterers and
belief that no 3rd world the right feed ready to give the
war will occur is based on the assumption chicks a good start as soon as ( Your dimes and dollars created the I
that America and the they arrive from the hatchery is
West "will maintain their present necessary for maximum successin National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis !

policy of vigilance with power, raising birds for the home you make up its army of 80 million
and upon the certainty that Russia I flocks", the poultry expert ad-
won't risk a war she cannot win., vises. 4 supporters and two million volunteers.

Soviet policy from the bagin- In buying chicks, it is best to Y
ning has been characterized by extreme obtain high quality stock from a y In 16 years, a powerful force for good
caution, in the face of dangers hatchery operating under the Na-
has grown from a mere handful of men and
"far less awesome than a lifeanddeath tional Poultry Improvement Planas a n
struggle with the West-! near home as possible. Orders women. Its power is yours.
ern World" Fischer points out. should be sent in now, with delivery -
The Soviet government's< reluctance dates specified. If eggs and The Nationad Foundation created
to enter upon a full-scale meat are wanted from the home "" .
war stems chiefly from fear of its flock, the Rhode Island Red Ply- the most extensive voluntary research pro- y! ,

own people. In World War II. mouth Rock Wyandotte, and New ? e BaIIe gram ever leveled at a single disease. It .i1 A,y11Uif
millions' of Red soldiers desertedor Hampshire are satisfactory breeds; t
were easily caotured: by the if only eggs are wanted, the Leg- -., sustains a program of patient aid in which ;

Nazis. Postwar, two million Russians horns or the proven in-crosses or You helped this litTOjirl. to dance again. no polio victim goes without the best available -
who had been captives of crossbreds are satisfactory. .
More and more poliVv tim I for lack of funds. It trains thou-
Germany would not voluntarily return Chicks to be raised to pullet care
are making their maximum today : ; _
home, though many were size for laying next fall should be recovery sands of hospital and health workers.
with from the March of Dimes.
forcibly repatriated. started within the next three help #
"All the evidence points," Fischer months! and they should be ordered You make this help possible when you give. an.,
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S lest a major war involving avers. \_ program rolling because victory looms j--: ," ... ; J V :
America find Soviet citizens
many To be ready to give the chicksa i the horizon. Show faith in the I
sympathizing with the enemy or, good start as soon as they arrive over your cllJ :A,.

7 at least, apathetic" Mr. Mehrhof says, the following MARCH t OF DIMES( organization you have made :It! r j
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The author disagrees with those l preparations should be $'" .
who hold that Russia might starta made now: ';.' ,
war to reinforce the govern- Clean the brooder house, and B'1Ie .>'
ment's control of the people. Be-, i "
make any repairs that are neces- .
lieving that a successful Russian
sary.
revolt is impossible IN PEACETIME -
Clean and repair feed hoppersand
Fischer contends that an .
waterers. Be sure to have
unpopular war of aggression on V .
enough of these. At the beginning
foreign soil would threaten rather
feeder space of one inch is sufficient i

than strengthen position. .the government'ssecure feeders for and each waterers chick will, but be need-more Have FUN at the : .

The new Red regime Is courting ed as the chicks grow.
support in other wavs, such as increasing I
Set up the brooder stove and
the production of consumer -
check it for efficient operation.
oods. Admissions of inade-
quate meat and milk supplies, appearing Have a good chick starter feed .
recently in the Sovietpress ready.
When chicks arrive, get them
"startlingly reveal the new
into the brooder house promptlyand .
.Moscow line, Fischer says."Moscow's
recent "peace offen- provide feed and water.
sive' has been designed chiefly for Provide adequate ventilationand
heat. If chicks comfort- .
home consumption to prove that are BIRTHDAY A
war is not imminent. able, they will be spread out; if
"The descent into war has al- ature.they pile up, check on the temper-

Keep feed and fresh water before ,
the chicks. Change feed to a grow-
\YOU NEED THIS ing ration after chicks are a few 1
weeks old.Provide.
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I 'Help v er Cough I as .they and attain waterers size.for the chic' USO SATURDAY JANUARY 30
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became I it soothes raw throat and clean and sanitary. ,
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chest membranes loosens and helps (
'expel tenses'egm. mildly relaxes'systemic
and aids nature fightthe
cause of irritation. You'll like its ready been stopped," the author .
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PAGE TWELVE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, JANUARY 22. 1951Fanner's .
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going.. It Ise big job. which damages metal and in time mented with lime citrus pulp, Mr. Too are required to appear oa Hospital Milledgeville. Georgia I Dated this ( day cf January 1S54. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
Diary g e O O causes a poor connection. If there'sno Rogers and his ranch partner mar- February g, 1951, in the above nam- You are Hereby notified mat a (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby _______ 1/15 it 2:i
ed
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff suit for Clerk: of the Circuit Court
If at all possible we plan to switch, disconnect plug from keted 90 steers in December. Six- seeks divorce. Bradford County Divorce and custody of minor By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE

attend the Forestry Demonstration wall outlet first. Grasp the plug ty-seven of them, or 70 per cent, der Telegraph in next four shall weekly publish issues.this Or- child 1/S 4t J/Z !. Circuit Curt Bradford C...tr.

.on January 22nd. We know and pull straight. If the plug graded good and four graded Witness my hand and official has been tiled against you In the Florida IB Chaiwry.
seal
(coat from page nine sec. two) above named Court and cause and NOTICE TO APPEAR Arthur Iannone Plaintiff VI!!. Fen-
t r- that if we can we'll learn some- sticks, rock gently from side to choice. The others graded com- at 1954 Starke Florida, this January Ii, you are required to serve a copy of !. Circuit Court 8dl.r. County, ella Catherine lannnne, Def dant.

thing that will help us to better side as you pull to loosen one con- mercial, which is by far the most (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby your answer or pleading to the Florida I. CkaxJtrr.Fred Case Ma 10-2SO
complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney Notice T.
meantime. But we know that utilize the land we have in trees. nection at a time. It's good prac- common grade attained by cattle Aa Clerk of said Court Evan T. Evans, 103 Ouida Hayes Hayes, Plaintiff Defendant. Bertha To Fenella Appears Catherine lannoce
By Marian
L.
field needs a complete fertilizer. 00 tice to disconnect cord from out- going to market from pasture. Zaeh H. Douglas Crosby, 505 Lynch Deputy Building Clerk Law Exchange Building, Jack- Vase No. 10-2S4 I whose residence and address is in.
sonville, Florida
known
Satire To
We don't have any facts to back let each time you finish using a Giving the pasture grasses a Jacksonville Florida. i and file the original In the office of Appear ,
Attys. for Pit i/S 4t l/9 To: Bertha Ouidi Hayes, whose You are hereby notified that a
Despite the fact that we are it up, but we believe that thereis heating appliance. chance to make more growth |or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on residence and address is: Unknown: suit for Divorce has been filed

doing something to help our cows I going to be a lot of pepper When cords are not in use, keep might be a cheap answer to the NOTICE TO APPEAR 8 day of February. 1954: ; You are hereby notified that a Com against and you la the and above named
IB Circuit cause you are required
C..art Bradford Coamty, suit for -
through this winter, they are in planted around here this year. them in a clean, dry, cool place. A ever-present problem of providingmore Florida IB Chancery otherwise Jomplaint the will allegations be taken of said Divorcehas to serve a copy of your answer

rather bad shape. It seems that t Last year this crop helped a lot permanently attached cord may be feed for Florida cattle. Joseph L. Pankey, Plaintiff vs. by you. as confessed been filed against you in the on the or Plaintiffs pleading Attorney to the complaint
due to all the rain in the fall wrapped around the Bernice F. Pankey, Defendant This notice shall be publishedonee j above named Court and cause and
and wish all the luck. appliance Case I Evan T. Evans ins Law
we growers No. lO- H eacn week far four consecutive I, you are required to serve a copy of Exchange -
months with the grass poor as a O loosely but make sure the appliance FFA NEWS NOTESThe Notice To AppearsTo weeks in the Bradford County Tele- your answer or pleading to the complaint -I Building, JacksonVIlle
result, the cows went into the is cool first. : Bernice K. Pankey, whose graph I on the Plaintiffs Attorney Florida.
Just because we're always try- I residence and address is: 806 River- Dated thi' 6 day of January. 1954 Alfred C. Scott '06 Smith Bldg., and file the original In the office of
winter in poor condition, and now Keep cords free from kinks, FFA Chapter held its first I mont Avenue, Lynchburg, Virginia OFFICIAL: SEAL) Chattel A. Darby I Jacksonville, FWida, the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
them ing something new and different You are hereby notified that a Clerk of the Circuit Court or before the
to
it is struggle keep go-
a and file the original In the offioe of
We're to double their we're going to mulch a few berry I knots or sham bends which can meeting of the new year on Thurs- suit Divorce for j Py Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk the Clerk of the Clr-ait Court on or I 15 day of February p.,4
,
ing. going custody and of I
break fine wires insulated Jan. 14 with 30 members and support in 4t 1/29
plants with sawdust and see what or day, minor child before: the 15 day of February 1954; otherwise the allegations of said
allowance of cottonseed meal and otherwise the allegations of Complaint will be
said taken
Cords as con
covering. All
hang over one guest present. officers were
if that happens. We'll give them some may has. been filed against you in the} NOTICE TO APPR4Ri Complaint will be taken as confessed fessed by you.
see helps.e 'soda" to try and prevent the 'nitrogen I large, round wooden pegs or over on deck except the sentinel.We above named Court and cause and i ClrcBlt Court Bradford County by you I, This notice shall !He publishedonce
you are required to
two or more hooks, or they may would like to remind those serve a copy of: Florida !. taaacery. This notice shaH be publishedonce each week for four consecutive
While working in the berry deficiency the experts say your answer or pleading to the com,i John J. Lueddeke, Plaintiff, vs. each week for tour consecutive weeks in the Bradford County Tele
result otherwise. be coiled loosely on a shelf or in a members who have not paid their plaint nn the Plaintiffs Attorney j'i Martha R. Lueddeke Det..ndant.Case weeks in the Bradfo.-J County Tele graph.
I field, Sam glanced up and was may drawer. dues that they will not be allowedto T. Frank Landrum, Starke Fla. i I I No 10-273 graph. i Dated this \t day ,If January 1'14.::
e and file the original in the office of,! ; OFFICIAL SEAL) Charts :
I the Notice To I A
greatest Appear.To 1'3 Darby
to see Dated this
surprised go with the ag boys to the Tam- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or: : Martha P.. Lueddeke. whose day i : Januar 1S54 Clerk of the Circuit Court
gathering of robins he had ever We're just hoping that the rain pa Fair. before the 8 day of February, 1954; residence and address IS: 410 Jersey (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I E'y Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
RURAL
COMMONSENSE otherwise the allegations of said i Clerk of th Circuit Court ,
: Yankee birds Avenue New 11" 4t 35
d. Springlake Jer
"What that -eTon >
while
seen. you will stay away for a so Members of the chapter are Complaint will be taken as confessed
'round here?" Sam yelled start I by you 'I are hereby notified that a
doing and cuttingour
I we can get busy planning to afend the Forestry suit for Divorce
I to them. "We're waiting for your land for spring plantings. The Demonstration to be held in Starke I once This each notice week shall for four be consecutive'published I has been filed against yon in the AJttnatmntFrom I
1 berries", one of them chirped back. middle of February is not too far weeks in the Bradford County Tele above named Court and cause and
By Spuds Johnson today (Friday graph. you are required to serve a o*
time copy where I
"Well you're wasting your have done nothing yet I sit. Joe Marsh
I off and we Plans are under for the Dated this 6 day of January 1954 four answer or pleading to thilomplaint .. iy
here", Sam said, "why don't you to get the land ready. .\ CATTLEMENMAY way I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Tharles A. Darby on the Plaintiffs
to to the Florida State Fair at Clerk of the Circuit Court Attorney T. Frank Landrum.
go over to Luther Hilliard's, or GET MORE BEEF trip By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Staike. Florida

Leaton Morgan's?" FROM FEWER CATTLE Tampa. We will attend on Feb. _____ 1'J 4t 1/29 and file the rigir.al in the officejf
One thing or another can happento
.
O O the Clerk of the Circuit Court
a fellow working on a farm, 6. Only those who have attended NOTICE TO APPETO en or before the Open Even WhenHe's
For a while we had some glori- Florida cattlemen might do well IB Circuit Court, Bradford County,. 8 day of February 1954; ,
most of 75 cent of the
that's for sure, and us per ag meetingsand Florida IB Caaarcrr.Rirhard .
weather. The mornings were to keep fewer cattle on their pas- I otherwise the allegations of said Closed
ous I know the thousand and one differ- I who have paid their dues will Mullaly. Plaintiff8. Iiene Complaint wPl be taken as con- I
chilly (scattered frosts), but when that But ture acreage, permitting those retained Mullaly, Defendant : fens..d by you. ,
ent accidents can occur.
the sun rose it became warm and to have more and better be eligible to goJulian I Notice Case N n. 9903 ': This notice shall be published
recently we heard of one which To Appear tine each week f<>r four consecutive Must have been daydreaming get back home
it felt good to peel .off some to us. grazing and make larger gains Wasdin, Reporter I Tn Irene Mullal>. 'hQe residence weeks in the Bradford County Tele again-thanks to
certainly came as a surprise and address .. on to a meeting down in a friend.
Milledge\ille State my way trusting
graphART'S
clothing and work. Where else in In[ fact, it might well be possibleto i

the country can you have the Harold Eunice came here with him his make more money from smaller .! -,- _d:......- -- -- Centerrille the other night. Mr From where I sit, folks who
We asked
here in thumb bandaged. number of cattle in some cases. I car ran dry before 'I thought to trust their neighbors make
the
fine weather we have TIlE RIGHT POINT for the I :
what happened, and he replied I| RADIO look at the gas gaugfc\, but I 1
? In a report on "more beef from manworld a better place to live in.For
January that he had been bitten by a cow. fewer cows" The Progressive way TOW write. Come in and select TV SERVICE aged to coast into a gas station- instance letting a friend express

Well Harold is quite a joker, but Farmer some months ago cited jour favorite ESTERBROORFountain AndS and found it closed! his personal preferences is one
valiant effort .
is a Seems
Alice making I this time he was serious.
back in i some results from Texas which Pen. Only $%.!'l at Well, I thought my plans were way of trusting your neighbor.
to get the garden that he was trying to force some II
shape, using a hoe and lots of elbow -I feed into the mouth of a cow that showed the benefits of giving the BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH RADIOS TELEVISIONS RECORD PLAYERS ruined for sure until I noticed Sometimes I prefer a temperatea

grease. At any other time was "down" when the cow bit remaining animals more grazing. I RECORDERS I "TERCOS'liD P. A. SYSTEMS gasoline can with a sign: "This glass of beer in the evening but i
I "Four a Texas rancher is Just help your111 always ask what like
of the year the amount of mois- hard and almost bit off Harold's years ago emergency gas. you'd f
ture in the soil would not be such thumb. got only 51 calves from 83\\ In Florldatln Circuit Court Bradford County All Makes Repaired and InstalledWith self and leave the can with $1.00. before I pour yours.
Chancery
a problem, for it would dry up 'I ooo I cows (a 61 per cent calf crop) Myron F>. Young Plaintiff, vs. Eliza- Quality Parts by Factory Trained Technicians Thanks." -

in a short time, but in the winter Alice has solved the problem of the paper said, "and these he had beth Young, Defendant.Case No 10-269 Got started, made the meeting a" tJ/f..a.u.4.
ready for GUARANTEED PARTS AND SERVICE
I before were
to sell they
evaporation is so very slow. how to get chickens to laying. She Order Of Publication and Hollee Tel on time, and had enough gas to OVV
.. market, because grass had run Appear State .f Florida I
was down in the woods choppingsome out. The next he cut his herdin To: Elisabeth Young, CALL 203 OR 229 Temple Ave. Starke Fla.
Guess most folks know whatwe firewood and on her way year dence and address is 18 Cornell,1 I!
half and got a 93 per cent calf Avenue Massen, New York. i I "" "" I Copyright 1954, United States Brewers Foundation
when that she ft the hen house.
mean we say we back paused
he had enough
In two years
have a distasteful job that we keep Showing the hens the sharp edgeof crop. -
to keep the calves until they
putting off time and time again. the ax, she said: "Girls, you grass market. He made I
ready for
We're referring to butchering can see I mean business!" were I +
had :
and considerably
just as much money
t Myrtle, the turtle-tailed pig. We I less work. t : t ti
know we have to do it, in fact we i HINTS TO e.
"Another rancher, in 1946 was :
want to for for :..
we are hungry )
I running 112 animals and getting :
some good country sausage, but HOUSEWIVESELECTRIC i
a 68 per cent crop. In 1947 the I II .
I I .NV
we just keep putting the job off cut to 85 animals and the II S.
herd was
O I CORD CARE I I II II I
I calf crop jumped to 96 per cent I I :eY / ., > Q4
Well we'll find out whether Electric repair shops often re- By reducing the number of his s' : '

rhubarb raised from seed amountsto port that their biggest business is :cows he got five more calves ..
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anything. We raised some plants in repairing damaged appliance from the herd. This resulted in ; < ;y : J

and transplanted them to a spot I cords. Yet household equipment his selling 2.800 pounds more beef

next to the cowshed, and gave specialists of the U S. Departmentof I from the calf crop in a single

them plenty of fertilizer. Hope ] Agriculture say that it is easy year."

the plants produce, for we do like I'I to keep "lifelines" of electric appliances Some Florida cattlemen have

rhubarb, especially with berries. I in good condition. I II realized that overgrazing is one I I.
.
e I Many cord casualties result from ,of the reasons why cattle some- Ill
A while ago Sam and Alice had I the unfortunate practice of pulling times do not make as good weight I r ti- -

more than they could handle hereon !!on the cord rather than the plug gains as they should. An instanceof I I /
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our fifty acres, but now that not II d. ; .
when disconnecting. This eventually where the pasture was .

Sam has ts/en a part-time job in I| loosens the wire from the plug. overgrazed and good quality cattle I v .' ; v.y

Starke it seems there is more Here's how to disconnect: If were marketed off of it was '

work than ever, and less time to there is a switch at the outlet, revealed recently by J, Carlisle 'I -

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