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NEWSBy one oath week for ton ->.;& CJtlv* tiffs ail ;; : Mat OfAlexander Flol'I ":n .
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I 71 tin la the Bradford C nty Telegraph P. O. Bur ta. Stari.t. F'.ori w-t ,
; J. Eotbwell. wooet..JoJeIlder.ce -
i(file the t'r1Jri..l Answer rr u'fc-v
Bill Haas > 'Aven \Voodbndge and address, N.is 640 J. RldgedioA >-t Oti* 22 day of April, JS54.K.'JUjSEALJ pleading lit the t-fjioc 01 -1-- Ci-fk.: )
I I O"La'' Charles Darby of the Circuit Vsiirt to: -:::;
i You Are required to apPt.ar..nYay ( vlerk: of the c;cult A. Coftrt.i County Floridaen" /tr .v tad t
U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION IT, 1954, In the above named WflaR Clerk. 24 day of May, AJJ., 9H; Sfi
!i L. Cro ty. Deputy 11198
:Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ,In 4t 5/14 ,fail to do so, Decree I',v ("'>nJ ..o. I
SERVICE |seeks divorce, alimony custody, con- I will be taken against yju tor tit
trol and support of minor children. IB Tbr Circuit Court>> Of TIle El ktht I relief demanded U laid c.oU" .ah.t
Bradford County Telegraph shall J..clA=- Clrrait IB And For Bradford It is hereby ordered that 1bS I -,
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publish Order next four County, Florida. |Notice should be published I
weekly issues. leach week for four ccnsceuttvaweeks
The Board of Supervisors for. water standing on his muck pas- Ia Ckaaeery.
Witness my hand and official lIelrlat in the Bradford County Tei- >
the Bradford Soil Conservation i ture for a long time this past Starke, Florida, this April 9, 154. Paul Rosier! and Joha (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs PI&lAUifa. vs. Sarah ftugh, at a!. lished in Bradford County, Florida. '
District met Thursday, May 6, at winter which caused a lot of the Clerk of said Court Defendants, Witness my hand and the seal r.f d
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Lloyd Green's home, with V. R. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk ORDER OF PfULICATlOX AND our Circuit Court at Starke. Bradford g.f
lime to wash out He has a fair Chas. R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life NOTICE TO APPEAR County, Florida, this the 16th
Ferguson, Chairman. Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla, The Stilt Cf Fk.rH*To i day of April. A.D., 954.
stand of clover coming, and feels Sarah Eauh: whcse res'no* and
Attys. for Pit 4/16 4t1
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
address ,
I ia lli-JS Flora Fl'eet iltlvlndale -
Fingerling bass were delivered that it will pay him to go ahead Keh'hue; AnG.: Peters Clerk of said Circuit Court
NOTICE OF INTEXTIO* TO MAKE
>D Adolph Gay to complete the and relime his pastures. Lloyd APPLICATION FOR FINAL residence and wife! ass.t.daleaa Mldrcst.1 r.: ts r" Calera tho. e, Dy Williams Marian&L.Fntch.CrosbY P.Deputy O. Box Clerk 188,

;clocking of his fish pond. The I I.Green also had a lot of lime Probate DISCHARGE Lane 1?33) Alabama; tat lot G. O borne Starke, Florida.

Sell Conservation Service through washed out ot his soil by all the la Court *f tM County Judge whose real (n.. iJtaddress: is Attorneys for Plaintiffs. 4/2 4t 514DIRT E i

cooperation of the U. S. Depart I heavy rain we had the past win- Bradford County State of Florida Starke Briatjpc '"i-auty, Florida; _
and -
In re the Estate:: of Fred A. Scott, to all pa/tt.! 1A rf 1Jr or claiming
ment of Interior, Fish and Wild- ter, and he has already startedto Deceased. la ProbateTo any rijiii. tiny, i.. ;fl e it or lien 1"I
t All Whom It May Concern in or upon the ."")pub hureiniTter I ,
life :
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Service supplied the fish. relime. Notice is hereby given that Wilbur described: GHBfiTI***}: FILL I 11
Mary farms In this county have A. Scott has filed his final re- Ton and. et ri. ot you, &.'& bertby: ': ,.-4El
la The Circuit Court Ia Aad For notified tbaputt has teca laBtituted I I .7stYart..aw.u a
port as Executor of the of
estate
EO-.V l sites for fish ponds. If a Bradford C ..t). Florida. Fred A. Scott deceased ic .to above staled Court GOOD RICH <<
; that he
pond ia built right the water can IB Ck.. "rT. filed his petition for final discharge, and cause a:':a.'iist you a::
be Kate Roberts Smith Plaintiff vs. and that he will apply to the Honorable you as DeffliAantby Paul Rosier; i __ . .
m&nagtd for fish. A fish pond I
Hugh Justus Smith, Jr., Defendant. Theron A. Yawn, County and wife. J-&uin l.osii.; as Plain TOP SOILSte --- --" "- --- - -
raakus better living on the farm, Case No. 10-452 Judge of Pradford County, Florida, tiffs, to fjre lG6 O e.3 a tint and
a* an acre of water be made I NOTICE OF SUIT on the first day of June, 1954, for prior lien a tic tgier over the following ARCO Slice' Halved
can The State Of Florida T., approval of same and for final dis- prev .r') situ,,!. ia Bradford I : : Cling;
11 yield :200 to 500 pounds of pan- Hugh Justus Smith Jr., Garth charge as Executor of the Estate County, FVr.d'towit: II i

fiz fish each year. To produce Apartment Road. Kenilworth No. 1-H Scarsdale Apartments, West- of 24th Fred day A.of Scott April,deceased 1954. on this SI4 of SW ot NR% )YI 4....r; s.I.Ld N.fih', of all graded S% BILL JACKSONJackson I isSTOKELY N CE7tt i tc:

them ftlll cost only a few cents Chester County, New York. (Signed) Wilbur A. Scott County na" ur-n'oft West from P E" A r F 1atj ; l "
You are hereby notified that a Executor of the County PAi4 Kc *, and all of SH
estate of FredA. Tracsfer
t. pound Not only does a fish suit has been filed against you in Scott, deceased.; of NE ii tf ?,f'Jt I xcept that Ccmpan; e JJ j l p H J 4 L

fcwj t ind supply a source of good I you the above are hereby entitled required cause; and to that file ,I ____ 4/30 (t 5/21 SW\4 portion lyiaa of !Vo. r; of;)1of said NEK County" of Phone 165That's -.-.-....,-- -,- -- --- _..,-- .. 7y., ... -- ..-. -- I
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i but it will
also afford
recreation
your answer with! the Clerk of this Road Ko. ', e I e Section 25. 1
which is needed after long I Court, and to serve a copy thereof I XOTICE OF IVTRXTIOX! TO I II Township 6 3>u J range 21 East, -- ''i }

hour of hard work on the farm. upon the plaintiff or the plaintiffs REGISTER FLCTIT1OCS HA'AIS I'', .,.......,"....-... .- ...- i II 46,,oz -y ... : li
solicitors, whose and ad- Notice
names is hereby given toat the f'fRA'rFRIIIT
dress are: I undersigned under thv provision: !': Iii '; t tI
Frasiei Shaw, whose place is i Messrs. Fleming, Jones, Scott & of Chapter 20.953. Laws of Florida. I II \ Our Business :; :J For -
Botts, and Warren L. Jones Es- acts of 1941, will register I (0} S : : .29C
with ti
loMted the Bessent Road, iUI' [
un quire, and Charles R. Scott, Es- I Clerk of the Circuit Court In at..II U It's Glass We have It! II G

wed the District's fertilizer distributor quire Jacksonville, 1712 Barnett, 2. Florida frank, Building t for Bradford County State cf Florida -i Mt NI CALL WRITE VISIT Ii I j ; : J
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to put out 8-8-8 fertilizer -. not later than the 17th day of May, tion, upon of receipt of proof of pnblicr- I II ? ,.......... -,- ---- --- -- ... -
I this notice, the
D., 1954. floiUlouj I s ; .
on hIS pastures, getting the A. name of Starke Maternity I I .
fail do CoopitaJ. &SS Joe Peters Glass Co.
It to decree
you so pro .
from Howell Nasw. under which we are ;
Spreader engageIn business -
confesso will be entered againstyou
U) yi While out in for the relief demanded in the at Madison and Thoi..pso ;ts. : /
pasture. in .Starke Bradford Count Florida. i dt j FOR ANY CLASS NgIDrf '

tie run: p.:at ture the, waiting fertilizer for that them was to divorce.complaint.The nature of said suit being for Fla.Dr.Dr., one-half A. J. Barry.inters.M.D., S-al k4 I'I 'J 1 t Design Modem: Store Fronts 1 1la 1'1' I C r F F E E DUNCAN HINTS 4'4'C

T. G. Ritch M.D., V
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left in the spreeder, Howell pointed said Witness Court my at hand Starke and,the Bradford Seal of Fla., one-half interest. i Just Mail Us A Pattern for :

to a pasture of Argentine County, Florida, this 14 day of I 1954 Dated at this Starke 30th, day Bradford of April Jcuntjr 1.,, i jjf 'hbie Tn P'J II

Bal i and stated that the April. A. D., 1954. Florida I 111)1 h.ol1e1353
grassha (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby > ; VT4th PL Gainesville, Fla. l )J
really started to grow since Clerk of the Circuit Court, /2C 4t 5/Z -- .


he pert out the-fertilizer. By Marian Bradford L. Crosby County, Deputy Florida.4/16 Clerk.4t 5/7 la Florid Circuit NOTICE! In C..n rhaarvrr.Dora TO, Bradier APP1". .\r C..t,j, '!ll Ia-a-ir: Ir.I..L. ...... Limit 1 Can with $5 Food Order! C I Il.ib

R. used the Dis fvMIRACLE .
Wainwright Sidrrr, Plaintiff, '. .' :]''I1 !
trict's seeder cultipacker to plant la The Court Of The County Judge, Sidrer Defendant. E ? ; El'ictric> Motors Rewound and Serviced I .
Bradford County Florida.Ia I| ii'ii _
Hary Indigo and millet in his Probate Case !'r.. 10.472 i Cn. f
:Notice To i APPLIANCE REPAIR !
4pprr.
IN RE: Estate of H. B. Schofield. 1 SMALL : I.
pea 'in grove. He will have quick i To: Eli Sidrer, whose residic "111
I iili'
gra !ing from the millet which j NOTICE Deceased.OF FILING PETITION FOR and address IE: 74 Liberty Street GENERAL MACHINE WOK? i ii 4 .
Washington;
FINAL DISCHARGE OF Heights Newburg. ,..... ._
routes up fast and extends his i New York. ., __ ..
fp izing longer when the slowere I I WHOM EXEC11RIXTO IT MAY CONCERN: suit You for are hereby notified that a :' All Work Guaranteed -- ReasanrKf! Lder1 jj;' ; --- .I

"owing indigo comes in. By using I filed Notice my is final hereby returns given as that Executrix I have Divorce i I I j WHIf' Salaci

indigo, which is a legume, he will :of the estate of H. B. Schofield deceased has been filed against you In the
also supply some nitrogen to his ; that I have filed my peti-- you above a-e named required Court: to serve and cause a and C'f.I n \ I
tion for final discharge, and that I copy l Red Seal Electric & PlntiJtlr
pecan trees. will apply to the Honorable TheronA. your complaint answer on or pleading the Plaintiff to the .shuv i I II ARESSiNG 9C ,
Yawn. County Judge of Bradford '
Attorney Evan T, Evans, 103 i iI it. .
Hogan Smith is planting Ar- County. Florida, on May 10 Law Exchange Building, Jacksonville F. W. GRAUDON Owner- ;
1954, for of the .
approval same and Florida
gentine Bahia on the muck land I for final discharge as Executrix of and file tne original In the office of I [ 106 Washington St. Phone 397 Staxke, I tk---' It- '-::- .' .,1
he has on Sampson Lake. He had ,ceased.the estate of H. B. Schofield de or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on : :.J a AMOUR'S D:: US I' \ ,, -OJ 4

I!I April 14, 1954. 31 day of May, 1954; -_ .. II .
STARLING EXPRESSES (Signed: ) Annie P. Schofield, otherwise the allegations of said Pkvt ? 1
w THANKS TO VOTERSI I Executrix of the estate of H. B. Complaint will be taken as confess. .tA S 2 .J. r'EatRite" .
Schofield, deceased. ed by you. ML.I
4/16 4t 5/7 This notice shall be ,
i publishedonce 4
deeply appreciate the splendidvote I each week for four consecutive For All Types Pest Control Phone or V rile !

given me at the polls lastTut'sday IB the Court of the County Judge, weeks: in the Bradford County Tele -- -' N- -- -
I Bradford County, Florida, IB graph i
and wish to solicit your Probate Dated this 23 day of April 1954. FLORIDA PEST CONTROL 1
continued support in the second IN RE: The Estate of II. L. Brown- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I V! ..., 'II )
I Clerk of the Circuit Court.
lee Deceased.
primary on May 25. At this timeI NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll By Marian L.Crosby, Deputy Clerk AND CHEMICAL CO. I If
wish to renew my pledge to creditors of the Estate of H. 4/30 4t 5/21 U S. GOOD Be.-f '
L. Brownlee, deceased are hereby 2220 N. W. 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesvft F,a.
serve honestly and
"efficiently you if elected sincerely your School claims notified or and demands required which to they file may any .. Clrmll JtOTlCfci Court.TO Bradford APPEAR County DEMPSEY R. SAPP, Owner

i have against said Estate in the Office Florida la Chancery.
Board i member from District one. of the County Judge of Bradford Harold E. Bailey, Plaintiff vs. MOSS CONTROLPECAN
Dan W Starling. County. Florida, in the Court- Eugenia M. Bailey Defendant. chuck Roast 4'4'Ia
j jI house at Starke Florida, within Case No. 10.4b5Yotlce TREES SHADE TREES ET(' Ii '
eight calendar months from the date \ To Appear.
of the first publication of this To: Eugenia M. Bailey, whose Contact Us Now For Estimates
t Notice Each claim or demand mustbe I residence and address Is: c/o C. F.
in writing and must state theplace Goth 100 Hicks Street Jackson, Termite Control
I of residence and post office Tennessee.
address of the claimant and must You are hereby notified that a *
be sworn to by the claimant his suit for divorce Household & Commercial<
agent or attorney, or the same will has been filed against you in the f
e I become void according to law. above named Court and cause and Exterminating {
April 8. 1954. you are required to serve a copy of
(Signed) Madge Brownlee Chasteen your answer or pleading to tht Rodent Control '
complaint on the Plaintiff's Pound C
Executrix of the Estate of H. 5 !
L. Brownlt, Deceased. Attorney J. Donald Gibson. 226 .
Williams & Futch, P. O. Box 158, E. Forsyth Street. Jacksonville SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON ALL 1 'ORIiiiiiAgpYERFouNi x aMorrell
Starke Florida Florida,

Attorneys First publication for Executrix.on April 16. 1954. and the file Clerk the original of the Circuit in the officeof Court -':::___.,' _;" "- : ; ';" ;':;/C ".;.:fi'-- .,",,';: -:- "".'-,; :;-_!,?- -,:; .; "

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It icCuIIoch's Model 33Delivered 1 IN Florida.Ire RE, IB Deceased.: The Probate Estate of H. L. Brown- SLICEDBACOUj.69c

NOTICE OF PROBATETO
ALL PERSONS INTERESTEDIN
THE ESTATE OF SAID DE- I ,
l'EXDE T: l
You are hereby notified that a ELECTRIC I Armour Star Grade "A", D & D Frozen *'
written instrument purporting to
be the Last Will and Testament of i Lbfi 1
fi
E chftift W Dews {said decedent has been admitted to ii ni Tiim/F
Th .49'
Ifutest i
S probate in this Court. You are hereby -
    I > The amiiiflg 20-pound() MeCallodi ,I months from the date of the first i
    I Model JJ hu beta : publication of this Notice to appear ,
    reduced to $1 a." tlivtCfd.I in this Court and show cause 1 18-20Ib. Aver.. Wt.
    if I
    any you can why the action of
    this Court in admitting said Will florida's a uvnderful place! There's more fun per square foot -I
    ito I probate should not stand unre-
    !yoked. bert than anywhere else on earth...if you bavt .... ,_ '
    : (OFFICIAL SEAL) Theron A. Yawn .
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    i County Judge, Bradford County, time to enjoy it. That's when i -
    I I Florida. -
    This r"t aw. 1ih It fuel/
    Sunshine Service in!
    Date of comes
    first publication: April
    PascalCELER
    axh a champion, is ,;c1llcrluI. 'I U, 1954. 4/16 4t 5/7 With Kilowatt Large Crisp : : tf
    I and rugged Reddy to I
    bate *

    . wpecblr s' tatty ccm It eavly Cuts II.Florida Circuit IB Court.Chancery.Bradford County do the bores,JOU'II, Brttef DMh WCTIJ,with(ka WleE ask H bear i I ; ;' : Stalks 1 C

    ''oIO"'b a 1-foot \J LI1 15 >ec of* (i Charlotte Mitchell Mitchell, Defendant.Plaintiff, vs. have that extra east...in i Mete that's! cooler, E L E Y :, ;.:2 ,.il' .t.:' .
    jHugh
    inch ,
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    ds, will cut \ a 1 wilt I Case No. 10451'Order leisure to enjoy deinerJ maa to run! "',-)It.it; ,', A'

    led 1fOnM. The 3J Of Publication And Notice _- _. ...
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    '*.e yoi'mon.7 as'weli l M long To Appear State Of Florida Tot run happier '
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    { Hugh Mitchell, whose residence 1
    tc' r i ;:f toil Florida '
    I I'and address is: Unknown. living.s -- NewCroPYellow!
    You are required to appear on r
    May 17, 1954, in the above named ''

    Florid Saw Co. I I i;seeks Court Bradford divorce and cause County, wherein Telegraph plaintiff shall r JiI! ,.' ,' And a good year year to is 0 N I 0 N s 'H-t! < ii

    > publish this Order in next four ;; "." add tine-sating, I ;
    :Ii72N.. ' Witness my hand and official labor-sating .. _.._ _
    Gainf" ; ...,.---...... -
    ; HErIa.!{ seal at Starke Florida, this 14 April. ELECTBC! fBOniPcrtfd

    And 1954.(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs electric servants teais.nuts to pw electric+

    1927 N. Marion St. Clerk of said Court new, improved models rmta..atslarAbOsandstcppnnl; /
    By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk 4 time..ttti! to meals and
    caret)
    i Ph. 1675 Lake City, Fla. Zach H. Douglas 505 Lynch Building .. new low terms. leiwrt to twj.Youll .

    Jacksonville, Florida. See dealer !
    ollr now
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    Attys. for Plf. 4/16 U1 PotatoesiU.

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    I of details are managed and economically \ Lbs :' -.5. .Lbs

    attended that only a trained and 1 10 29C "t. \, 19'

    ;i/ careful organization can attend when COMMERCIAL rmzu J :. ;

    the urgent need 'for sen-ing is at be amazed at how little it costs to operate Your toed I HscoiRinefullmanisarifitaajt dealer dames sab.K.toe : Z' w."\" .,:
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    Funeral Director Ambulance Service I tlete 1
    I ; tbe LOWEST PRICE nV YEARS

    ! Out local funeral tome enables 04 to otter convenience aaJ l average rate JOu pay. Operating even major

    service not otherwise available.We ..' appliances adds only a few pennies a day to your e

    tlearit bill. your biggest bargain ia better living! LAND O'SUNSHINE .IEAMERY
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    furnish the highest type cervlce at lowest prices and 7.1bQtrs

    accept ANT life insurance policy In force, Isaied by ANY I FLORIDA POW!: & LIGHT COMPANY BUTTER 599

    company as payment In part or in full on a funeral. I

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    PAQB FOUB BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. Sf AKftR. FLORIDA -1. .: nim"Y. MAY
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    'Spring Enchantment Miss jon Tjuly} !i I Winners Announcer I

    Theme Presented Given ShoWer: % At
    ; i* Keystone Heiglits t
    At Flower Show I r' s. ;Fashion I
    Miss Joan TwiS i jwpj.-j'' ::-rideei Festival

    Hundreds of local residents 'i:1.." the \1S1irot.H: : fOr <'
    and
    i The annual fus.; .JE 'Vi of tr,'
    {viSCQ !anJh) ihoh ""1.1I..-
    out-of-town visitors attended the :| Kyi: :!\ne Hr-ii rf-5 Wo. JED'S Club
    u94 ?>rf.tN ..*!map. Ii' : borne:
    first annual flower ; '.ccer.J J ..1g fast: ..
    show of the l.awle > ?u created
    of :Mrs, V !- raE: :: tieJar ii: '
    Gladys Mooty Starke Garden Club at the Amer- sopville i i-, -i p .:t asses foi i ry local i-Sldeftt3 iius jwvenl

    Phone 35 ican Legion Hall Saturday and this
    Sunday afternoons. L"J: <."\'r; l tl.CJ-.i i Mathews:'I were ft f( r>iSM .ivcrswas by Key-
    I' '" .P s ''sto" .'
    sSSSrtr r'--iiJt! I
    4-s their
    IJS a trarris.Mrs.
    fls s- I Mrs. 't'. B.: Ha :to" Mrs R..B. <
    The theme, "Spring Enchantment" ip Anieiia Fowler
    Awartz, Mrs. r" 'i'Avun4.Mrs.T wwi top
    was cleverly carried out in non-.rs in the adult fasbloD show I
    hawsonMr :
    B .hosaas, MrfJM U .
    all] arrangements. In the centerof Laswi. and Mary Ann Mervin wearing
    Ewes :; Wtti. J. T. '
    the hall stood tall !a dress c-oared
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    a Maypole by Fowler
    a)11., Mrs H. X Lawsjn, Mrs.: t
    with colorful streamers to 'won tf.iIdr>
    leading i F 1 I 0 L L"i4ui avid Mrs. I.. C. PowelL j 1n'8 awardMiss
    huge May baskets filled withI ; a The "I Bobby !;&risk was rated first m
    patty Kft held as tile Law-
    I I I spring flowers. Small tables at < a son's lawnJxm baskets of I I appeL once .1 ,; poise for, the adut:

    Shirley intervals held a magnificent exhibit Cen flowers and reejit.T wererrang'Hl gar- class, m4 Mary .....m' ]Mervin com- I

    of hibiscus blossoms. The pleted her sweep .>f the children's
    before a beautiful: rain-
    minature garden in front of the !'t !class by rating 1)rsl'ia
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    4 t oow painted '.it tha hxn. A pink Appearance
    fireplace was skillfully porpor- find green decorated ehajiwas srd po ise.

    JaneKelly tioned and was enhanced by Polaroid l-Mmute Pholus by the TsJegraph- slated on the Uwn trader:! an umbteila -I Mrs Fvw'.:'s prize: winning

    ornamental arrangements the drd3 was: -. UffeU
    on ; or tl e boons'. The long gape, strap
    mantel. Pictured above are some of those rfcspoaJSbif for -'nrs or too less to.! ID.!' AiJth 1- if ier crea-
    refreshment table with
    eovcreq
    AL-J I The stage formed the settingfor S T Starke Garden Club's fiat annual Flower boW: motel U :n n! Mr ; pink and green cr;e tta';?er held I Uots! was jJ.tgePNt in work-

    a larger garden ablaze with 1b. R. F. Young, club preMdoit, aid Mrs. T. tt. Hu-Jjn; v e.- president 1. a long center arrange ?cntof pink I jmanship a,.*, was "Worn by Mrs.

    4 color and highlighted by a huge Standing ((1 to r) are chairman: of vanow Wjrt' a\UvHies: fr, li. gladioli, and garter.dj f f!an Interspersed -1 Phillip Henna. 'fbar top child's

    J % 'I umbrella. Another inviting spot I'B. Alvarez Miss '!) Rons. Mr*. Maxiw: Ca.tter. l\rJ. Savoy lovKMrs. : : with gh&oS ji soias !award in wot kiaship went to

    $:- I featured a tiny fountain, flanked Colorful Maypole formed the Cesar Rivera, Mrs. F.'t.. Hall, Mr. Ruse! Norman, &nd Paul 1 j ran the full length oe the table. i ja',Mas dress. wora/b> Georgia Ann
    I :a.
    Becomes with ems and African Violets. :center of eye-Interest in the Legion 'Raymond. i Mrs. a A. Idwson, ltisj: Tent .i Mrs.
    Pat>; Fiah
    The horticultural exhibits included i home where flower show was i and her ;1'11S.. EdniondTcnly designed a
    dress that placed second in work-
    a creditable display of held. j greeted ih-j guests as they
    ,:manship for the adult class while
    ;SY I roses annuals, hibiscus, peren- i arrived. J .
    I a dress made Mrs.
    by Francis
    New -- R nials bulbous potted plants, cacti, stakes award was won by Mrs. -t 1 1t ''! the Pouring punch at both ands of i Reeves placed second In the child's I

    I succulents, flowering shrubs and R. F. Young. table were Mrs. Harding and class.
    t. vines. I, ?.!rs RajTnoad: Also in t
    I. assisting
    I Among the special awards, blue In appearance and poise Mrs.

    r; Tropical plants and unusual ribbons went to the stage garden .:. 'it..1 VIl1g were Misses Pam Lawson, ;jElfrert Altman placed second and I
    5-ir.dra Chambers
    Bride types of coral were featured in assembled by Mrs. Paul Raymond, Nancy DuPre. j Mrs. Frances Reeves, third in the I

    the educational exhibits. The Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, Mrs. C. L I Agres Lawson and Sylvia Alvarez. I adult class. Mary Jo Siprelle won

    II weaver bird nests from India were Rivera, and others; also to the I, .. A.n attractively decorated wagon I second and Georgia Ann :Massa
    I !
    erring the gifts was drawn by
    the most Mrs. R. F.
    among interesting Maypole by Young.
    f: exhibits I I took third in appearance and
    I t
    little Marlene Linsin.
    I m the show. They were I Mrs. C. C. Hutchins, and Mrs. C. II The 'I poise for the child's class.
    hostesses
    |I exhibited by Miss Clara Leamon A. Parham; and to the bird nest II I presented Miss I A one act play entitled "And

    i who spent many years as a mis- and coral by Miss Leaman. I Tenly with the tea pot to her I Then The Lamp Went Out" was i

    sionary in India. Blue ribbon winners in the ar- chosen china pattern as a remembrance i in addition to the fashion I
    given

    R | The show was judged by Dr. tistic arrangements class were: ; \ About 100 of guests the occasion.enjoyed: this I show. The comedy was directed f

    H S. Wolfe and P. E. Parvin of Mrs. R. F. Young, Mrs. C. L +" delightful affair. ;by Mrs. E. V. Whittle and was

    Miss Shirley Jane Kelly, daughter Ocala and Silver Springs. They the University of Florida, Mrs. Rivera, Mrs. S. E. Sparks, :Mrs. ., (,I.q55CIassgW q I narrated by Mrs. Allen Dean. II ;
    ) 'i
    or Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kelly are now living at the Bessent T. B. Harding. \ i The characters were played by i ii 1 1i

    became the bride of Joe E. Tom- garage apartment on Madison I! Robert Fairing, Mrs. L. T. Nieland, In the horticultural section blue < & : ,Miss Carol Taylor i Mrs. Robert Jackson Mrs. James !':

    Mr. and Mrs. Joe street Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones of Gainesville ribbons went to: Mrs. J. D. Doyle I : Honored McKay, Mrs. Anna James and
    linson son of II '<:, a.tl\ At Shower i i !
    i
    :
    and Mrs. Herman Hafele : : ._ '
    P. Tomljnson Saturday afternoon, The former Miss Kelly is attend- of Mrs. R. F. Young, Mrs. R. A. Col- I _E' ""'." -- I Mrs. Bart Holm. |iI i

    May 22, at 5 o'clock at a lovely ing Bradford High School and I Jacksonville.Mrs. son, Mrs. John B. Dye. One of the most! attractive' entries ,I Blue rib' ,'1 and tri-color award II', A delightful miscellaneous shower I: Judges for the fashion show ;!

    ceremony held at the Kelly home. Mr. Tomlinson is a graduate of R. F. Young won the tricolor Blue ribbons for potted plants In the show was this blue ribbon ,winner was this entry by Mrs. K.'F. was given last Friday evening, were Mrs. L. H. Lawrence of s

    Rev. W. E. Hall performed the BHS class of '52, attended the I award in artistic arrange- were awarded to :Mrs. Ben Row- arrangement by Mrs. S. E. Young in ". urpri..f''" cla,siflca- April 30. honoring :Miss Carol Tay- I Jacksonville, Mrs. Sue Murphey ;I

    nuptials. University of Florida for one year ments, and Mrs. Ben Roland in land, :Mrs. J. D. Doyle, and Mrs. Sparks featuring Amaryllis liliesin tion. Container is man's bedroom lor, whose marriage to Alva Rudolph and Mrs. Charles Temberlin. I

    Arrangements of white garden and is now employed at the Flori- I the horticulture class. The sweep- L. L. Conner. driftwood container.' slipper. I Sapp was an event of Sunday Musical entertainment was sup- I

    flowers with white gladioli predominating da Bank-at Starke. I afternoon. Hostesses for the I plied by a trio made up of Ralph f tI

    formed the decora- The out-of-town guests at the JuniorVoman's Club ,Starke Woman's Club I affair were Mrs. Reese Scott Mrs. J. Copeland, William Penzlin. and {

    tions for the wedding and reception wedding and reception were: Mrs. Lawn Tea Honors Harvey McCarthy and Mrs. Johnny I George Massa. :Miss Bobby Bas- i

    which followed the ceremony Joyce Futch and daughter of Law- Plans May BreakfastHansel I Cowart at the home of the lat- i tedo sang two solos. I II

    tey Mrs. and Mrs. Homer Slaughter High School SeniorsPlans ,ter. I I costumes i iI
    I Models for the foreign
    given in and daughters of Jasper and and Gretel will be the i I The home was attractively decorated t ti 1
    who Bastedo
    was
    The bride, I I theme' I included Misses Bobby
    C the Starke Woman'sIClub
    Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Crews and were announced this week for with red calla lillies and
    at-
    ,
    was i
    her father, Jan Marks Mary I
    marriage by I Helen Brown, ,
    Breakfast to be held
    May at
    children of Jacksonville. for a Lawn Tea by the Junior' lighted tapers in silver holders.
    in lovely, pale blue, linen Ann Morgan, Delores Moving, Sue t
    tired a Women's Club the ,:the dub house Wednesday May 12 I
    suit, complimented with white School honoring High I I 'Twas a hot time in the ol'I church work, Music Club, Home 12 o'clock, noon. Games were enjoyed during the Siprelle, Karen Crowley, and Jane .t

    accessories and a white carna Mrs. Gene Noegel mothers senior to be girls held and Thursday their town Tuesday night, what with!' Demonstration Club and teaching']I lat Mrs. Vivienne Knight. BUS mus- I evening and prizes were awarded i McMurtry. Male models were !]i

    everybody listening to election music lessons in between helpingout :ic teacher, will her I to the winners Luidsey Walker, J. H. Shields
    tion corsage. Given Stork ShowerMrs. present pupilsin I
    afternoon, May 20), from 4 to 5:30: I
    Miss Vonciel Kelly, sister of Yalicey returns either at home on the farm this weekend ', a Hansel and Gretel operetta I The hostesses presented the I Mark Crowlay, Francis Clark. ;
    at the home of Mrs. Ned hol1St'1
    the bride served as maid of honorin Gene Noegel was delight- W. Madison St. radio or over at a fiend's I;they plan to spend in Nashville, :'wit elaborate deecorations and cos- former Miss Taylor with :tn( 18- I John Karges, and E. E. Rinehart. ""t"tI E

    a rose linen suit with white fully surprised at a stork shower on or down on the courthouse' Tenn. with their daughter. Sylvia :[tumes in keeping with the theme. piece breakfast set as a memento Foreign costumes were donatedby
    Mrs. Mack Futch social chairman '
    accessories and a blue carnation 'Monday afternoon at the meeting I grounds or over in Jax at the!and Albert. I II i:Mrs Lloyd Jennings is in charge (.f the occasion. Mrs. G. C. Muse, Mrs. D. A.

    corsage. 'of St Martha's chapter, St. Mark's will be in charge of the Charley Johns headquarters, some I j Hear that Carleen Landrum I of arrangements with :Mrs. Lex After the honoree opened her Axel Malmgren Mrs. A. W. Crow-

    Benton Flitch of Lawtey attended Auxiliary of the Episcopal church, tea, assisted by the following of those spotted over in Jax were Lucille Edwards and Mona Canova [;Green as co-chairman. Mrs. Hogan ,I gifts the hostesses served delicious Nelson Mrs. Frank Egan, Mrs. I
    the Parrish House Church members of the social committee:
    at on l I
    the groom as best man. Jimmy and Martha Lilt will chaperone the Senior classon as co-chairman. Mrs. Hogan .efreshments. I ley, Mrs. John McDowell Mrs., R.
    Mrs. I
    street. Mrs. Harry Hatcher, Hugh Graham.I
    Following the wedding a recep- and Buddy Bishon Bill )' their trip to Washington, D.I l i Smith is chairman of the breakfast H. Kelley, :Mrs. Charles T. Smith I
    Attractive arrangements of as- Ingram, Mrs. J. R. Chasteen, Jr., : .
    tion was held honoring the newlyweds I Guy and Bett Andrews Elizabeth;C. next week 2nd Lt. Pat Mc- |' Daughters of members of the WCTU Meeting Mrs. Jack Elliott, and Mrs. Fran- I
    ters, snapdragons and Easter lillies Mrs. F. W. Strickland, Mrs. John Ruth'and !: club, in appropriate costumes, will
    and Steve
    Billy Noegel, Griff will leave Monday to be cis Clark. \
    were placed to advantage throughout Mrs. Conner '
    Anderson, Doyle
    The bride's table in the dining the lounge for the occasion. Miss Doris Stewart.A Simmons Doyle and Kitten Con"processed at Sampson Air Base I I!j serve.The An interesting feature pf the Mrs. C. R. Smith was general' \\
    guest list is restricted all
    to
    room was overlaid with a pale Appropriate played ner, Carl and Marilyn Roberts.(N. Y. after' which he will be stationed | I WCTU meeting last Friday afternoon chairman of the fashion show It
    games were contribution of $52 to the !members of the club, their house \
    yellow lace cloth centered with and prizes wers awarded to the Cancer Drive was made by members Virginia and Junius Smith Bill ,' at the Graham Air Base in !!guests and prospective members. i was the presentation by and Mrs. William Siprelle, co-
    fcn artistic arrangement of white winners. and Lelia Mundy, Dot and Guy Marianna for 20 weeks training I chairman. Mrs. Sara McDonald..
    I in memory of H. L. Brownlee. |An invitation is also extended to Mrs. Florence Hipple of a Flan-
    snapdragons. The punch bowl WM The lovely useful baby gifts were I Sale, Dot and S. R. Johns, Ovid I. Pvt. Bert Newcomb was home I i members of the Junior Woman'sClub I president of the Woman's Club

    placed at one end of the tab presented to Mrs. Noegel in a I given on the recent -'I Lewis, Dean and Cecil Sewell, the past weekend from Camp and the Community Club of nelgraph story of "Christ Feeding made the award presentations to I
    Reports were
    where Miss Vonciel Kelly presided. daintily decorated basket. I I I state convention, attended I Phil Vitsky, Delores McKnight'Gordon, Ga. and will come home!1'i,State Farm. Reservations must be I, the Five Thousand".. The i the winners.LON'G .

    After spending some time with Hostesses for the afternoon were j 13 local members. Dave Simpson, Thelma and Monk 'II again this weekend for 14 days made with Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, I scripture was read by Mrs. J. T.

    their guests Mr. and Mrs. Tomli- Mrs. Ben Rowland and :Mrs. :Mat-jby Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Senior Ad- I Dinkins, Elise and Willard Pass,'leave. friends of Pfc Phoebe'''president by Monday May 10. Quigley.In THANKS VOTERSI

    son took a short wedding trip to tie Gahagan. I Flo Slade, Ethel Sewell.Vema': Green who is stationed at Camp Following the breakfast there
    visor, invited the members to the I i I I memory of Mr. and Mrs. F.
    I Demorest Connie Knight, Everett) wish to sincerely thank the
    I'lL' Pemhleton. Calif. will be glad to will be an installation of officers
    May Breakfast, Wednesday house. Reser-noon McKinney, Rev. Haines Helen(know she is getting along nicely :,'and a regular business meeting. I I 10f A. Scott, both former members !voters of Bradford County for the
    club !
    May 12, at the Haines, Ben Suslow and CalVin after being hospitalized with a I!, I the local Union for many years, wonderful support given me in my
    not later
    NOTICETHE vations must be made with Mrs.J. and Marie Houpt as for me'kidney infection Mary Louise]i Joyce Frances I a donation was made for the WC race for School Board. During my
    than Monday. :May 10, I ThomasTo
    and a handful of others, we sweated Haines underwent a tonsillectomyin t TU program. Mr. Scott's death campaign I enjoyed meeting you

    W. Kincaid. the of the evening Marry In June land visiting with you-Sincerely, .
    out early part Doctor's Clinic on Monday I
    GUIDON GRILL Mrs.; Simmons announced the occurred one lear ago this month. 'T. T. Long.CALYUAII194.
    (j at the BHS ball park watching June Patel is
    for j sorry to hear that i
    I
    following committee chairmen j Mr. and, Mrs.
    the II IIG'ville Russell Thomas
    WISHES TO ANNOUNCE THE INSTALLATION the Tornadoes trim I on the sick list .now that little!I;
    the year: I high boys to the tune of Kathleen Sommer has the meas-:of i Starke announce the engagement -
    Stanley
    OF A NEWCHARCOAL American Home, Mrs. Mrs. 4 to 1 which was a 1-1 tie up les her big sister, Betty, had!; and approaching marriageof i

    I' Noegel; Cards and Flowers Mrs. to the bottom of the 6th when I them last week. and little Donny their daughter, Joyce Frances )

    C. L. Currie; Citizenship, tied the game in big- I Thomas to Gerald Williams son
    :j our boys up Tilley has whooping cough
    BROILERAnd I Robt. Firth; Civic, Mrs.Dolores Doyle! league fashion with 3 runs i. Dianne Colson celebrated her|of Mr. and :Mrs. Henry Williams : ,

    Conner; Finance Miss O. L. surely was a thrilling game and I 110th birthday Monday afternoon 'j of Melrose. The event,11 V
    I McKnight; Health, Mrs. ,be held at Pine Level Church ;
    bad more Starkites theatre for a few of 1c
    Mrs. it's too with a :party SPECIALS
    I, Haynes, Jr.; Hospitality, these Thel- June 3, .at 8 p, m. All friends ana
    Leslie out there to enjoy games I,her neighborhood friends.
    Invites You To Try Our i Vernon Silcox; House, Mrs. Guy' and back the Tornadoes .ma and James Lewis celebrated relatives of the couple are cordially -
    Mrs. '
    Choice Charcoal BroiledU. I Biggs; Membership, Stern; i Jeannette Taccia of Boston, 'their 20th wedding anniversary on invited.
    Louise
    Sale; Music, Miss H. Waters of I who :
    I' Mrs. John| Mass. and James I Wednesday. Larry Linsin
    ,
    S. CHOICE STEAKS AND CHOPS I Parliamentarian Mrs. A. J. I'Lake Butler who were married who was 10 years old on May 6 Elizabeth CrawfordTo j
    Program
    i Torode; Jr. Publicity, Mrs. R T *II Apr. 24 in Lake Butler, are occupying -I and sister, Marlene who is eight Wed J. H. Pierce jI
    ,
    Thomas ; I
    CHICKEN SEA FOODS Mrs. W. S. Mc- : the Mitchell apartment I II years old on May 7 celebrated a I
    'Fowler; Religion 302 Madison street James combined birthday party Thurs- : :Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie !
    Mack Futch; Crawford
    : Aliley; Social, Mrs. I.lat Chessie!, lawn
    I : works fer DuPont day afternoon on the Linsin ,Sr. of Starke are announcing the

    Businessmen's. Lunch Special 60c. :1 Telephone, Mrs.Mrs. H.Ned H. Adams.Yancey i Devrick attended the Goodrich I II (I. .and also on the same day little approaching marriage of then

    Thrift Shop, her training course in the Seminole!!'Mary! Ann Saunders celebrated her daughter, Elizabeth, to John:
    Stern presented I
    1 Miss Louise of piano Hotel in Jax several days last i, 2nd birthday at a small neighborhood Hubert Pierce, DK1, U. S. N., hoof > '

    THE GUIDON GRILL students in a Marilyn program Hernwall,i j I,week nice to see 01 Sarge :'I party at her home on N. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pierce .J
    selections after a and Friday. r
    Barbara Lance,I|back on Call street Walnut street today Royston, Ga.

    Geo. Kopelousos Starke. Fla. Carolyn Duke Vickers.and Nancy Bates played ; month's visit up in New York and,jls Margaret (4Mrs. G. S.l) Borwn's i The wedding will take pla.

    Gail Arkansas see that Margaret birthday Sunday afternoon May 9 at

    .__......_=""'" or.P.'! "' _. ___. ___ ... !lft1lJl!. ;' selections. served refreshments I Blankenship moved into her new I Carolyn. o'clock m the First Baptist Church,

    Hostesses Church street on Saturday .Starke with Rev. L. D. Haines officiating -
    followed. i, home on
    {!1 i and a social hour : the V. F. Hicks moved Methodist Circles !I Ii
    I I Madisonto No invitations are being issued I II I

    I(PresbyterianVomen 'j from 746 the Grand Knight street apt. on and the'Hold May MeetingsThree :'i but all friends and relatives of the II I I II I II

    ,
    from the J., couple are invited to attend the
    \Met Thursday i I Robert Johns moved their new residence circles of the Methodist !{wedding and the reception after- I
    to
    'Smith cottage of the weekas : t
    of .W.S.C.S. met the first :wards in the church recreation
    street \
    Women
    The Presbyterian I on W. Lafayette follows: !building. I

    I the Church met Thursday evening bear that Kitty Andrews is the I Circle 1, Mrs. L. D. Vining, leader ,I 1 -

    Apr. 29. at the home of I'new manager of the Brown Derby;' met Tuesday morning at ten :.piesented by Mrs. A. Z. Adkms, 1I I

    I Mrs. Guy Andrews for their general restaurant on Temple avenue o'clock at the Educational bUIld- ,Mrs. A. F. Sauls and Mrs. Frank ;irikiog modern m Blord, i5f O9J9BlBUiOk. 7 ,
    rT"ZTTDOWN
    with self.Ufung at
    meeting with ten members glad to hear that Bill Thompson ing with 14 members present. Bollingsworth.

    I present. "'was removed by ambulance from I }Irs. T. H. Slade. hostess for the At the conclusion of the meet- I

    The regular circle meeting has the Alachua Hospital to his home morning, served delicious refresh- .ing Mrs. Lowell, assisted by her !

    :been postponed from May 11 to''where he will convalesce from ,ments upon arrival of the mem- :daughter; Mrs. C. F. Scholl, served LANE CEDAR $1 l DELIVERS I

    Tuesday evening. May 25. his recent serious automoljUe ac- bers. I delicious refreshments. ANY IANI
    . [ EASY WEEKLY
    l Mrs David Montogomery hadlcharge 1 cident.A Mrs. Vinmg opened the meetin
    that and conducted the Circle 3met with Mrs E. S PAYMENTS \
    with
    ; shower prayer CU STS
    At DUCKTS You 'Will Find A Counter Full : of the interesting program miscellaneous r;
    :Matthews'
    .
    "Glory of the Church". The was really a shower in fact, was I business session: after which Mrs. Monday afternoon at LANE CHESTS ei ,low asADvErrAstSEO
    last W. E. Middleton the devotional her home on Walnut street.
    MOTHER'S DAY SUGGESTIONS gave
    of
    discussed H. A. Lawsons
    Vacation Bible school was held at the I k
    : when hail using as her subject. "The Kingdom I The meeting was opened with a ;
    4 and 8 afternoon
    articles j
    and Thursday IN
    for Your Convenience .
    Grouped iYOU'LL "
    session of silent
    i the Is at Hand i prayer for the
    of the by-laws were adopted during the size of golf and balls ruined fell all on the I!1 Mrs. W. G. Haile had charge of sick after which Mrs. A. Wool! I LIFE .99 ',F i';

    FIND the business meeting. Mrs. B. lawn party decorations and the program and gave an interest- :leader, led in prayer.
    floral
    _. JEWELRY HOUSEHOLD GIFTS. C. Holtzyidorf, Jr. and Mrs :Mont-. i:played beautiful havoc with the guests'ing talk on "Mothers and Homes." I old During business the business session the I
    was disposed of.
    BOXED STATIONERY are delegates this week' the guests who I I' : -"'"
    COSMETICS. I gomery party attiremer.t Members of Circle 2, llrs L. D. Mrs. W. II Nollman gave a very
    to the training school at Ormond I had dashed under sheds, tables or.Green, leader, were entertained ;
    I '
    CANDY. And Other Gifts interesting account of a Methodist
    i trees finally had to take off shoes; 'It I f
    Beach. j ''Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock 1
    dash for the Woman Mrs Perez, CommissioneI 18th Ccoturr Mthofaajr '
    and stockings and $7995 II
    will be a meeting Tuesday -, I by llrs. Ethel Lowell at her home. chest. Drawer la
    LADIES READY TO WEAR There 'of Public I
    Health
    there and Welfare
    'I house when it seemed like t!Mrs. E. K. Perryman, president of of I I bisesimuiatcddncus J.abooe. ''.

    I evening, May 11 at 8 o'clockin :was goii..; to be no let-up .'I the society, opened the meeting i i the Philippines. She is the only l "'- :

    YES ire Gift ,Wrap FreeDUCHY'S the Sunday School building', all in all it will be a shower that 'with prayer and Mrs. Green pre- I Protestant member of the Cabinet. I ONEc.uAWnSAVE/"OMMor: 4S uh matcbed't7Ali nedtrOJfQIe JmuicuI $4 9 9

    I I chair-. !will down in was CAN PAY A IAHFI } a1ri 'das
    history
    !1 with Mrs. Evelynn Cooper as i; go sided over the busIness session. Miss Kate Struth gave thee devotional ely'

    man. There will be a special guest.i nice getting word from Ruth :Mrs. Jack McComb led the devotIonal I on "Sowing Seeds of I
    ,i Morse from Bluebird Hill Farm. ART
    and moving pictures shown. The' taking her from and FRNITORE I 00.Starke.
    topic Evangelism" closed with prayer. -
    Fancy Gap, Va. that she and William .
    church is observing family wor- I' are happily settled again "The Methodist Woman." II

    ship during the month of May. :up there and she is busy with A skit "Another Chance" also The hostess served delicious refreshments I I Phone SO Fla.'W .

    from the Methodist Woman was during the afternoon.
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    FRIDAY MAY 7, 1954 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA, PAGE FIVEMrs. I
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    ''' I 1 1 .6.6.6 Mr. and Mrs. William G. Struth Mrs. O. O. Webb entered St. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. ;!Complaint will be taken as con- Too are hereby notified that I
    a before the 24 of
    Zach H. Douglas, 505 Lyncn Build- 'fessed day May. 1954
    by
    and Mrs. Leah Bauknight of Jacksonville Lukes hospital on Wednesday for ing, Jacksonville, Florida. This notice you.shall be published once suit Divorce for and I otherwise the allegations:! of said
    and :Mr. and :Mrs. L. M. surgery. Attys.. for Pit. 5/7 4t 5'28 each week for four consecutive maiden name restoration of Complaint by will be taken as confessed -

    DeSha Wildwood were guestslast Friends of :Mrs.: Joe Cumber will NOTICE TO APPEAR graph.weeks in the Bradford County Tele- has been fled against you in the I This you notice shall be publishedonce
    & CJna regret to hear that her brother fa Circuit (Court Bradford above named Court and cause and each week for four consecutive
    H. Strath County Dated this .
    6.4)J week of Mrs. W. 5 day of May. 1954.OFFICIAL you are required to serve' a copy of I weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
    Mike Riccardi died in Cleveland Florida: IB (Chaucer ( SEAL Charles
    and daughter Miss Kate Struth. ) A. Darby your answer or pleading to the comp'ain' graph.
    Aubrey
    Manning Plaintiff vs.
    Clerk
    Ohio on 23. The Cumbers of the Circuit Court on the plaintiffs Attorne Dated this 20 ddy of Apr'l! 1" 54
    April Eleanor 11 .
    t INTHE Mrs. R. J. Davis of Gainesville: Manning. Defendant.Case P')' Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Gerald R Hart. 202! Smith Hu.lJ-! (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
    NEWSHH. was the overnight guest Tuesdayof are spending a month in Cleveland. Notice To Appear.To No. 10-466 8/7 4t 5 '28NOTICE i i ing Jacks netile. FJ"rid.l.f.J. Clerk! of the Circuit Court
    Lt. Jamie Worley of the Graham : Eleanor II. 'land the original in the! office of Dy Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
    Manning whose
    '..6161 1 '11.6.611 J Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.Mrs. TftPPIHR ( the Clerk uf the Circuit C"urt11 or i 4'23 4' : I M
    Air Force Base, Marianna. was the residence and address, is: 189 Beres- la Circuit Court ,
    Bradford
    Kenneth Witt and son, I Mrs. D. H. Mays, Jr. entertainedwith Fro Strickland and daughter -weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. ford.Avenue Michigan., Highland Park 3, Detroit ,, Florida In Chanrfry. eo.atT i!
    I Cynthia, were visiting friendsin Clifford II. Baxter. \s. Elizabeth M. :
    David, of Columbiana, Ohio, are a party Friday afternoon, Claude Crowson.Mr. You are Hereby notified that a Baxter, Defendant. i
    spending a month with Mrs. Pete April 30, honoring her daughter, Jacksonville and Green Cove and Mrs. R. O. Dansby visit- suit Divorce for Case No. 10-456 ,;

    Gassett Mr. Witt will join his I Dana :Marie, on her second birth- Springs on Tuesday.Mrs. ed :Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Fiegert at has been filed against you in the :Notice To: Elizabeth Tn tpprar.M. Baxter, whose )I'

    family here later. day. Twelve guests helped "Ree" 1. E. Clark returned ilon- Park-of-the-Palms on Sunday. above named Court and cause and residence and address Is: 419 N.

    Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Landrum and celebrate. Ice cream, cake, and day after several days visit with Mrs. L. R. Gooding of Charles- you your are answer required or to pleading beiveop to >the ui Pennsylvania.Wtnebiddle Street, Pittsburgh, I

    family and Mrs. J. F. Rogers of candies were served. Mrs. Carl- I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O ten, S. C. spent the past week with complaint on the Plaintiff's You are hereoy notified Out a I

    Jacksonville will spend the week- ton Tillman assisted Mrs. Mays Mahathy in Stapleton, Ala. her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Attorney East Korbyth J. Donald:Street Gibson Jackson-, 226 ,suit Divorcehas for I

    end in Brooksville with Mr. and iI. serving.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Nasworthyof and Mrs. H. K. Davis. Mr. and ville, Florida I Iof I I' been filed against you In the i -f
    Mrs. J. A. Landrum. Thelma Dyal underwent Winter Park were visiting Mr. Mrs. W. F. Gooding also of Char- and file tbe original in the office above named Court and cause and !
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
    DK/2 and Mrs. Lyle Andersonand surgery last Thursday at St. Vin- and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy on Sun- leston were weekend guests of the or before the ',your you are answer required or to pleading serve a copy to the at'

    family of Narragansett, R. I. [cent hospital. She is expected to ,,day. Davis family and carried Mrs. L. 7 day of June, 1954; complain on the Plaintiff

    and Mrs. B. F. Burton of New return to her home Monday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs J. W. Ainslie of R Gooding home with them. Complaint otherwise will the aite&ai be taken>uuS as liP con said Starke Attorney, Florida Hollis, V. Knight, Sewing Machine Operators

    London, Conn will arrive today toepend Nellie Swindell and brotherH. I Madison, Ga. were weekend guestsof Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox and fessed by you. 'and tile the original IB tne offlco or

    a week with Mr. and Mrs. E. McGee and family were Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith.T. son, David, spent the weekend in This each notice week shall for four be publishedonce consecutive 31 the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on

    Sam Anderson. I weekend guests of their father, J. S. Williams returned home Savannah, Ga. visiting Mr. and weeks in the Bradford County 26 day of May, 1954; I Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES
    BULQVA WATCHES $1 per W. McGee in Macon, Ga. Mrs. George Roberts, Jr. Telegraph. otherwise the allegations of said
    i Wednesday afternoon after a Dated this 30 day of April, 1954. Complaint
    Reek at Dahmer's. (tf) II Mrs. Effie Johns and brother M. three weeks trip to Miami, Home- Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh of Lake- (OFFICIAL SEAL Chance A. Darby I'd by jou. will be taU confess-
    'D. Carter spent Sunday in Bush- land arrived Friday to Clerk of the Circuit Court This notice shall 18 THRU 35
    V. who has spend several toe publishedonce
    Hollis
    , fvt. Knight, stead and other Florida cities. I By Marian L. Crosby, D<" v Clark week
    each for four
    I nell with their sister Mrs. Carrie days with Mrs. H. L. Brown- 6/7 4t 5/28 consecutive
    completed his basic training at J. R. Belnap and J. R. Belnap I weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
    Fort Jackson. S. C. spent the past I Smith who is very ill. lee.Mr. ( eraph. Company Benefits Include Life &
    Bunt Jr., who have been operating the NOTICK APPEAR Dated this 16 day of April. 1S54. Group Hospital
    Crews who and
    has been Mrs. I. P. Shepherd Sr.
    em- ,
    three weeks with relatives in In Circuit Court. Bradford CoantjtFlorida
    Lake Shore Super Market in Jack- (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darbi Insurance, Paid Vacations and Others
    Starke and Gainesville and left 'ployed in Fort Myers for sometime are spending ten days in Newman. : In Chancery. Clerk of the Circuit Court
    is sonville since leaving Starke, recently Ga. Clarence Wehtcott, Plaintiff, vs. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
    now
    in Mr.
    working Jackson- visiting and Mrs. Shep-
    for Tuscon Ariz to .
    APPLY
    Wednesday sold that business and areback herd jo dna Wvstcott. Defendant. t 4/23 4t 5/14 AT OUR OFFICE
    epend a short visit with his Jr. Case No. 10-479
    ville.Mrs. 10th & CHURCH STREETS
    in Starke for an indefinite Notice To Appear: (I
    Dr. and Mrs. James: E. : ;;
    brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Ethel Craig and daughter, Moseleyand : EdnaVestcott, whose residenceand NOTICE APPEAR
    Mrs. William S. Colson. He will go Margaret of Jacksonville Beach stay. They have one of the Olson children of Trezevant. Tenn. I' address Marmora, New Jt'r-I IB Circuit Court Bradford
    apartments. The Belnaps are are guests this week of Dr. Moseley's sey. Florida In Chancery CGDatY'1 BIG DAD
    from there to Seattle Wash. for spent the weekend with Mr. and aura are hereby notified that a Flossie Lee Lucianelli Manufacturing Co.
    assignment for overseas duty. I Mrs. Vic Frees.ALVAREZ' !former owners of Sleepy Hollow sister, Mrs. H. H. Adams 'I suit for I Albert Lucianelli, Defendant i
    Motel in Starke. .and family. Divorcehas I Case No. 10-463 <

    I i When you care enough to sendthe I ).{rs. C. O. Dupuis and Mrs. Har- above been named filed Court against and you cause In and.be I I :\oiloe To: Albert T. Appear Lucianelli.! whose resi j Starke, Fla.

    f very Best IIALLMAHK ry Bassett and children of Alachua you are required to serve a cotof ,'dence and address is Unknown.
    I Men's Clothing I Mother's Day Cards at Bo3ington were dinner guests of Mrs. Ada your answer or pleading tr the i -= ---Q- Yi -
    |
    ill 1 STORE I _II III J complaint on the Platttlff9Attorney
    IJ Established 1894 i : Studio and Gift Shop Phone 265, Alexander and daughter, Wilma Orald It Hart 202 i

    __I It Starke. Fla. last Thursday.Mr. I Florida Smith Building, k&onville., i I

    .' I Pat McGriff attended the Frolicsat and Mrs. L. R Lawrenceand and file me original in the office nf I, k An Eloquent Remembrance
    ./__,<_-_ _- -.- _'''''* .- ',_jij_:'_' '__' .- __ -.-_' _-N'; "" _4:=a'_'_\;_",:,!"a.1 ii the U. of F. over the weekend. Mrs. G. H. Kelliher of St. tbe Clerk of the Circuit Court en

    Mr. and :Mrs. Crosby H. Daw- Augustine were Thursday guests or before 7 day the of June, 1954; I I

    kins and daughter, Janelle of guests of Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.Mr. otherwise the allegations of said II : 4= ON MOTHER'S DAYMother's

    II Jacksonville will spend theMother's and Mrs. Charles Shepherdand Complaint by you will be taken as confessed I

    Day weekend with :Mr. and children of Tampa spent Sun- This. notice shall be published | 4 v

    ,Mrs. W. H. Nollman.i day with Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd once each week for four consei'utive |
    weeks in the Bradford County Tele Heart {Will f Stir
    SrWMU
    i Mrs. B. F. Haines of Altamonte graph.
    Dedicated To Community Service Springs and Lewis Haines of Stetson Dated this ;5; day of May, lt! 54.
    ; "
    Movie Are Better Than Ever" ,Oo'FICIALLI:: Charles A. Darby With Delight At Your Remembering '
    'I University will be visitingRev. Circles Have Clerk of the Circuit Court r
    and Mrs. L. D. Haines over By Marian L. Crosby Denntv Clerk 'r3 WaA K

    If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad'the weekend. Monthly MeetingsCircles 5'7 4t 5/28 Her {With{

    cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS I and Mr.Mrs.and Sidney Mrs. Ben Shuford Hall spent and 'Mr.the of the First Baptist f la Florida Circuit,,,'flno ID Court.Chanrerr.: TO Bradford\PPf\R Count i \ ,{ fro Flowers \\W

    Sun., 1\Ion.--1\Iay 9, 10 i weekend at their cottage on Hall WMU met this week as follows: Jaime A. Sifre. Plaintiff.>. Clara
    'Lake. The Daisy Fowler Circle, with Carbia Sifre, Defendant
    Fri. Sat. 7, 8 I Case Xo 10-482
    -May
    'THE BIG HEAT"Plus 1 Mrs J. E. Hardy of Starke and I Mrs. Maxie Carter, met with Mrs :Notice To Appear :
    I ,Mrs. D. P. Hardy of Hamptonwere 1L. U. Morgan. To: Clara Carbia Sifre whose
    Feature We Have iAt
    residence and address is' Unknown. Many Suggestions In Fresh Assortments
    i in Gainesville shopping on After the devotion given ;
    I Tour are hereby notified that d ) ) )
    Perilous Journey Fro.The Tuesday.Rev by :Mrs C. A. Darby, an interesting suit for divorce And Corsages .
    in the Q
    filed
    I has been against you
    I and Mrs. T. G. Mitchell of program, "The Royal Law" above named Court and cause and

    Brady and Ralston i i r it.1Cdw.bu.1 Lake Shore were here on Tuesdayto was presented by Mrs. E. W. you are required to serve a copy of
    E vote and visit old friends. Hayes. your answer or pleading to the complaint -
    on the PlaintiffAttoney FLOWERS PLACE
    -And- Mr ?"#d Mrs. G. T. Hnsrgins and Plans were made and discussedfor T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Fla. a
    and file the original In the ofrue of
    children attended the Ninth Annual -
    the WMU program by Mrs.C. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on WIRED YOUR ORDER i .
    Homecoming at Lake Shore A. Darby. or before the 7 day of June
    ,Methodist Church 1954 otherwise the allegation nt '
    cm& on Sunday. ; ANYWHERE NOW
    Mrs.
    ..,... 01 ': Mr and Mrs. W. S. Vanderlip Morgan served refresh- paid Complaint will be taken as confessed

    ,. ... 01 l l i I I l'i :,Jr and daughter. Dawn, of Decatur ments visitor to the ten members and one This by notice you. shall be publishedonce N i

    lvb.laodf I i j Ga. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. present each week for foul consecutive j
    weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
    ? Plus "Pet Problems"
    ,_ Cartoon and Harry Mooty to Wednesday
    Monday -
    ) Helen
    Masters .
    4; Circle with Mrs.F. graph.
    .. Latest World News u_. I while enroute to Miami for B. Beard, leader, met in the Dated this 5 day of May. 1S54 Phone 219 Free Delivery I
    (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb '
    1 1 I II I I ten days then back to the :Mootys home of Mrs. Leaston Wynn on Clerk of the Circuit Curt 1
    FRED ACKERMANTues. for a week's visit. I Hampton Lake. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk j } '
    I Mrs. C. C. Mendoza of Jacksonville J/7 4t 5'2"
    I I After the devotional, given by COLONIAL ti
    ., Wed.< and Thur. spent Tuesday with her parents NOTICE TO .\PPF.UIn FLORIST
    r I I' May 11. 12, 13 I Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin.Mrs. (I Mrs. L. D. Haines, a program was Circuit ('our'. Ilradford County.
    presented entitled. Florida In Chancery.
    I "Lunchtime :
    I 3 BIG DAYS i : Robert Cantrell and .children .
    I Around the World" with Mrs Grace Land, Plaintiff vs. WalterJames Cynthia Schmitt Nona St. Starke, Fla.
    i of Jacksonville spent the Landis. II, Defendant.Case .
    ..lIiblDtlSt..moHO. fdfaimHAIWI: ;.y weekend Ernest Brooks, Mrs. Carl Taylor, No. 10.481Nn4lee'To
    with Mr. and Mrs. Robert
    .. .,: I : and Mrs. F. B. Beard taking parts. I Appear
    Walter James Landis. II. whose
    Plus "Kow Boat Itabbit" Cartoon : i .tt Joyner., Mrs. Flume dismissed with pray- residence and address is: 101 state I
    I Street, La Porte Indiana.
    and Chap. No. 4 Serial : .I_ 1 t 4: ..:; I' Miss Ann Brandies of Callahan er.During You are hereby notified that a !:
    :and Miss Ann Seymour of Raleigh, I the business session, suit for divorce custody and MAKE
    i a
    -1 control of minor child
    N. C., both students plans were made to send boxesto
    at U.
    i i # of F., has been filed against you ii the \ KOCH
    I RAI.CEASEFIRE rAWS I I Ii were Saturday guests of Miss Judy Korea. Refreshments were above named Court and cause and YOUR HEADQUARTERSFOR
    COY A. STEPHENSONCOMING Green. served by the hostess. you are required to serve a copy of I
    'I your answer or pleading to the complaint -
    YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- on the Plaintiff's Attorney I
    i I brook Lorena Epperson Circle with I T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Fla.,
    purse-size fountain inpastel
    SOONO.K. pens Mrs. L. G. Powell Co-leader presiding and file the original in the office I
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    In shadwi.
    new Only $Z.58 at Brad- of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
    3D1MENSIONPlus I Ford County Telegraph.Mr met in the home of Mrs. Ior .before th,- 7 day of June 1954
    !
    NERO "lmpo! eibie Possum" Cartoon i J. E. Newsome with 12 members otherwise the allegations of said
    and Mrs. W. M. Wimberly i I
    f and "Price of Liberty" Short of Mulberry the present. | i
    spent first of the GIFTS
    Mrs. D. J.... Thomas devotional ,
    I I gave a -
    Plus Latest World News week here with friends and relatives -I IIFRIGIDAIRE
    .. ... I based on the topic. I
    -' and to vote.
    ',_ .. ."_ .0' .. __ ..: : __: :;;. .. ::.,;- I "Sharing with One Another".
    Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of j Mrs. G. V. Lee presented a
    Tampa will spend the weekend
    program on "Appeal for THERE'S JUST ONE
    Foreignand
    MEET ME AT i,with :Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. I I
    Home Missions"
    with Mrs.
    J. W. Kincaid. I,J. H. DuPre taking part. FRIGIDAIREMade II Shop Now While Selections Are At Their Peak --
    I Mrs. Jimmy Moore visited I
    I Mrs. I During the social hour, the only by General

    Strickland's.L! i,John Wednesday.Mr.Mattox at. Jacksonville Beachon ments hostess to served the guests.delicious refresh- Motors Electric Corp.Refrigerators- AH other are II You're Sure To Find Just What You Want And

    and Mrs. J. K. Douglas visit-
    made by other companies
    ed William Parrish in the Lake The regular meeting of the
    and cannot use the word I Prices To Fit Your Pocket Book
    V. A. Business
    City Hospital on Sunday. Women's Circle will be
    ON KINGSLEY LAKEFOR I Frigidaire.
    Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gross of j I.' Monday night. May 10, in the I

    Jacksonville were Sunday guests of educational building with Mrs I

    Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter. I I A. Russell Norman, Circle leader Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE :I
    A FEW BOXED CANDIESWhitman's
    I! presiding, and Mrs. F. J. Shaw

    i bringing the program. i ? ?
    I
    1 1I I r Hostesses for the May meeting I THEN SEE SUGGESTIONS Hollingsworth Nunnallys
    are Mrs. Willie :Mae Denton, Mrs.

    I I HpiSTAR'. .R" A" :'i, F.man.J. Pellum and Mrs. A. R. Nor- IE. H. SMITHTenth I i

    .Fl I i Electric Clock
    ( t E

    / __ -,. I I Recent Birth: and Temple Ave. 0 Waffle Iron

    _-- Fri., Sat.-May 7, 8 I i First Starke, Fla. ,
    Pgt Class and Mrs.
    !! DOUBLE FEATURE William C. Davis of Columbia S. I! 0 Mix Master

    __ I C., announce the birth of a daughter -I
    &: \ AWave-AWac 9
    Veleita Anne, born :May 1. Toast Master

    And A MarineWith 1954, at the U. S. Army Ft.

    Jackson Hospital. Mrs Davis is Steak Knives
    Elyse Knox Anne GUlls I
    I the former Veleita Hoiigt-s oi

    $ and Richard Lane I Brooker; both she and her husband 0 Electric Deep

    i l -And- are graduates of B. H. SIn .
    I Fryers
    : The Fighting LawmanWayne Circuit Court Bradford County.Flori.lat .

    {I Morris and Virginia Grey I Jackson IB ChanterrAlice Krtlii I'Umtiff. i- Electric Perculator

    Plus. Serial Jungle raider Chap. j Patrick Michael flrdil. DrffiiduitCae } 1f
    ;NII. 10-477

    Xo. 7 and Cartoon for KM I Order of Publication State of Florida and Notice T zPatrick ToAppears 0 Table Lamps BEAUTIFULLY BOXED FOR 1954

    Michael! Kedd, whose re--
    iden.e and addre .- i.-.: 229'da! Electric Grill and
    Ramp Drive Augusta Gfoigia AND GIFT WRAPPED FREE
    Sun., Mon.\ Tues. I I
    You are required to appear on
    May\ 9. 10 11 June 7;, 1954;; in the aoe ndl1wd Waffle Cam.Shaeffer .
    __ Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
    : i DOUBLE FEATURELaw seeks divorce and restoration of e All The Newest
    i maiden name.Bradford ; CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON and Parker Designs

    and OrderWith publish this County Order Telegraph in next shall four !'! Pen and Pencil SetsComplete InMOTHER'S
    : weekly issues. about this question
    Ronald Reagan I' Witness my hand and official i!
    seal at Starke. Florida, this May 4. o
    -AndI 19ii4.Ulo'FICULSEAU. i! Traffic has gotten so heavy, DAY

    FOR AN I \ Charles A. Darby and speeds so great, that one Line
    As Clerk of said Cnurr.
    Love MelvinDonald Ky Marian L. Crop I.}.. Deputy Clerk can hardly I expect to come -

    of Fun and RelaxationFor I O'Connor, Debbie Reynolds !I Zach Jacksonville H Doug 3.s. 50 Florida.> Lynch Build- j I thru the year without an ac- Of All The GREETING CARDSYou

    Evening Plus Color Cartoon for Kids IAttys. for Plf. 5,7 4t ; 2* : cident. Does insurance to

    In Cirrnlt: In('...rt.ftianrery.Bradford Couutf.Florida .. cover medical costs on myself Leading Brands In Can't Beat Koch's For

    The Family Anne Graen. Plaintiff v=. Ilvm.inGraen and my passengers cost only]
    Wed.
    1 Thur.May 12. 13 Defendant Perfume
    I Case No. 10-47S, ,about $7?
    I DOUBLE FEATURE Price Service and
    Order Oi fufcltaitton .tad"oUre! Quality
    BATHING BOATING FISHING BOWLING To Appear State of Florida To: And Perfume Sets
    Herman Graen whose residenceand
    Joe
    I Mighty YoungTerry !
    address! is: Unknown.
    REAL HICKORY BARBECUE
    PICNIC GROUNDS
    You are required to appear on E. Johns e
    Moore and Ben JohnsonI Charley
    : June 7. 19S4 in the above named i .
    'I 'DINNERS I i KOCH DRUG
    Court and cause, wherein plaintiff STOREPHONE
    I -.\ .seeks divorce. ; All National Lines

    i Target Hong Kong I|' t.uhlish Bradford this County Order Telegraph shall i & Son
    in four
    | next Agency
    r Catering To Church and School Groups ,, ive-kly issues. Of Her Favorite
    i Richard Denning and Nancy GatesPlus Witness my hand and official i I 53
    :seal at Starke. Florida, this May 4. i! it I

    1 PHONE 696-J I Color Cartoon for Kids i; 1954.c-FFICIAL SEAM Charles A. Darby | Phone 13 Starke, Fla.AAlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA i Cosmetics CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.

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    PAGB SIX .
    BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA ,
    FRIDAY, MAY 7.. 19M I

    VYvvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy' night was a great success. The
    'YyYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyym :
    / YYYYYYYYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyy'PINE I DeeriptioB S. T. R. Aerea Owaer Taxes I I
    parade of picturesque costume DSeri5tiea s. T ... Acres Ower .

    Keystone Heights. of foreign countries was interesting I I tide of State St I Orl&l.al Teii .f ,
    LAWTEY% thenceruaNiOft.then .
    I and the models received LEVEL W 70 ft. 2tarke 25 I ::

    enthusiastic applause Thence S. 20 Ft. Lots 5, 7 of Blk 1S
    by lira. Sara McDonald especi&ly :){rL W. T. Marsha1 -
    Thence E 70 Ft.
    the men. The one-act play or by L. II. FutcbJAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtAAAUAAt I by Mrs. 1L M. McRaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA parallel with Lake- Lots I, S ofBlklG 141.n \

    LAAAAAA AAAAAA LA ALA AAA AL, pantomine was well done and i iI Avenue to FOB. Pearl C* Vein 58.01 except West 21 It't. Carl Bitch 11.61 \
    I II Com at a Pt. 20 Ft. The E 30 Ft. of
    Mrs. S. E. Kennedy and Mrs. amusing. The showing of spring Mr. and Mrs. N of the Cornerof Lots 2!, i of Plk ,

    A. Alderman went to Thomas: styles featured costumes made. Richards of Lake We were glad that our pastor, State St. and 22 Leca XicaadlqLiviagatos 101

    and modeled home dressmakers. City arrived on Tuesday of last Rev. W. E. Hall able Lake Ave. and on
    by was to
    vile Ga. last con-
    Friday for the Rose week for W side of StateSt. Truby
    Show. They report a beautiful The music by :Miss Bobby a week's visit with their duct services at the church.Sun- & Thence run .....' and Cos Sb DIY I

    show. Bastedo and the orchestra funish- daughter, Mrs. Preston Green, and day morning and evening with N 20 Ft. ThenceW .f XE% of 2E4 :s 4. 12
    70 W
    Little Ft. Thence % of Lot 1 of
    ed excellent for I family. Benny Green returned good attendance. N 20 Ft ThenceW I
    Mr. D. O. Stewart was takento background the There were more Biki AmOt! WIUla.mi U1
    the hospital in Gainesville on occasion. home with his grandparentsfor than 200 in Sunday School classes. 30 Ft. ThenceS6OFtThence .. Lot 2 of Elk 1 5 ElIsabeth McCoy \

    a visit .A.c,, '.n
    Saturday. His condition Is report. The next regular meeting of the We enjoyed the McRae family E 30 Ft. Thence E% of Lot f and S I
    Mrs. Mae Wells was shopping in N 20 Ft. ThenceE 25 Ft. of E of
    ed aa serious. Woman's Cfab: will be on Tues I Jacksonville Tuesday of last week. reunion at Dade Memorial Park 70 Ft. to FOB. .Alfonzi GrIffin 60.01 Lot :3 of Blk 1 Ella Mae Tacker t.n
    near Bushnell in honor of Uncle I Lot 30 Ft. N "
    day May 11 at o'clock. At
    Mrs. Margaret Tracy spent the one Mr. and Mrs. Shaw and daughter S by 60 Ft. E &
    this time the annual of Duncan McRae of Tampa who is
    weekend in Orlando. reports Linda, were in Jacksonville Tom ef Lawtey W in SE Cot of
    the officers will 91 years old, and others. Lot 2 of Elk :27! florner A4k1l1a
    Frank Walrath was home on be heard and Sunday. -.& of RT U 23, Lot 3 and N 25 (.11

    forty-eight-hour leave this week- plans will be made or the annual Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr. spent I: 'Those who visited the bedside 24. 25 :c 5 2!: Ft. of Lot f of

    Garden Party which will be held of Mrs. Viola Cheshire last Lot 9 Blk 33 Emma Hqb61 '.n
    end visiting his parents and several week 5 Sadie Crawford
    days this week with her 2.60 Lot 2 and E 2 Ft.

    grandparents. He is stationed *t on May 25.flR4T son, A. H. Harley Jr., and family'I i I were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bridges, All Lot that 12 portion nut of of of Lot :3oflllk t

    Fort Jackson, Columbia, S. C. He _____ RAPTIST_n_ ____ Cln_____Ru____ :,;in Starke. I Mrs.J. ,,JiL Hasting and son. Mrs. Old Lawtey & E 3S 60 Ft. of Lot 1 lola Little %1.iI

    expects to complete this phaseof The Daily Vacation Bible Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye of Ft H.1;: Sweet, Mrs.: Ida Ellis and Com Mlddleburg at SW Cor Rd of Calvin T...MannLoulza. 6.06 of Blk U A. O. J kJu 1.11 1 4or

    his training soon and be sent School will be held August 2, Lauderdale, who are spending the mother, and son Cleve Mr. and Lot 17 and run E S30't.ofLotl Blk n Mattie LocifleBrimer .

    to a new station. through 13. Departments are, summer at their summer home on Mrs. R. C. Cannon, all of PaIatka. Thence 100 ft. far run a N POB-137, 41.11 t

    Mr. Jesse JLewis of Jackson, provided for all ages. 3 Kingsley Lake, were recent guests and Rev. Alton Dobbs of Starke. Ft. E.75 FtS LotofPIk4$ Sall1 &: JoeWWiama lUILI..I.

    :Miss., has been visiting with Mr through 16. A wonderful programof of her father A. M. Blanchard. Miss Faye Thornton of Water- to 137 FOR Ft. W 75 Ft. Brows

    and Mrs. Wm. Reynolds for a Bible Study, handwork and. Mrs. Franz and an assistant oak section spent Saturday night Com at SW Cor ofLotl7andrunE 11.48 .". Tn"y sad

    levy days. He hopes to make Key. recreation is being planned.A I from Duval Chapter of the American with Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Thornton.Mrs. 175 Ft. N 100 Ft. c. Add :S. 12

    stone his permanent home. Robert Starling took her for a POB Thencerun
    Sunday School Study Course Red Cross were in Lawtey BIle 5 :WrL Mike
    Mrs. Al E. Nelson is in North mother, Mrs. Cheshire, to see a N 104 Ft E :; t
    last week KuuOC& 11.14
    "The Ministry of Visitation" will Tuesday evening of at 126 Ft. S 104 Ft. .
    Carolina, visiting her mother doctor in Gainesville Monday. We W Its Ft to POB. Mabel Jenkins Lots 1.2,3 otBik
    be held at the church beginning which time they attended the 5.60 10 Mr.. Mike
    1 Lot 100 Ft. E &
    are glad to
    Mrs
    Mrs. McMasters. Monday, May 10 at 7:30: p. m. Lawtey P. T. A. and showed a report Cheshireis W by 137 Ft. N & Marucca 14.U
    Mrs. McCord daughter of Mr. improving after .a serious ill- S in SW Cor of
    interested film
    Anyone is cordially in- on cancer. Lots 1, i. 9 of 131k )Ira. Mike
    and Mrs. G. E. Wiggins who has vited to attend this course, whichit Misses Sadie and Christobel ness. Sunday visitors of the Star- Lot 17 Sr.Thomas 3. Aycock, 14.39 11 I Marucc& 191.71

    been visiting her parents here lings and Mrs. Cheshire were I W 160 Ft of N *
    to be taught by the young Carter of Jacksonville spent the El.t of Lot 1 and
    Mr. and Mrs. J. 376 Ft. of Lot 17 r-- Aaron Jenlctns 8.98
    for some time has returned to married people of the church. weekend with their parents, Mr. i P. Barber and I Lot 100 Ft. E4ofLot2 except I
    sons of East Point and Mr. N 2 Ft. of
    her home. A sister Mrs. Goodloe and Square In SW
    The regular monthly business and Mrs. E. D. Carter.
    14
    131k Temples Florrie Ann
    Cor of BIle 18 Isaac &
    will return some time this week. and program meeting of the W. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and Mrs. Ray Ellis of Tampa.Mr. LOUeFelder 13.89 Add to Starke %S' U llpclike U'

    Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Grayson and Mrs. B. M. Myrick and I'Com at SW Cor of --
    M. S. was held Tuesday at 10:30a. daughter Jo Ann, spent Sundayin Lots I. 2. 3 of mk

    have returned from a month's I m., followed by a covered-dish Jacksonville where they attended children of Corpus Christi, Texas, Elk 274 Ft.18 and for a run POB.N 20. Temples Add

    trip to St. Louis Mo., and vicinity. -I luncheon. The night group also church services and were also and mother, Mrs. Sue :Myrick, Thence run W 80FtNIO2FtESO *"".*".* EY to of Starke Lots 1. 2, 3 21 ; U ). W. Masters fl.1I

    They have with them as guests, and Mrs. Robert Myrick and children of Blk 29 Peeks
    met Tuesday at 8:00: p. m. All dinner guests of friends. Ft S 102 Ft to POB Eliza Mcdenton 7.06

    Mrs. Grayson's brother, Mr. Walter ladies are invited to attend the Mrs. Mae Wells, accompanied of Starke were guests of the Lot 23-A except N I Com Add at to SW Starke Cor of 28 I U \Iury Go Oriffla 5.n
    *
    Nichols] and his wife and son, H. M. McRaes Thursday of last 100 Ft. ;?. Mabel Green i of SE4
    W. M. S. (Woman's Missionary I by Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts :McCrary 17.30 NE14 run

    Ronald, also Miss Jeanlnne Gun Society), which meets the first attended Homecoming at the week.We Lot 27 _. .--e .. J. W. Barber 1.43W4ofN335Ft. N Thence fOO Ft.easterly to FOB .

    ning of Daytona, Kan. Tuesday of each month, at what- Methodist Church in Middleberglast I were glad to have with us of Lot 30 .-- J. 11. Moore 4.28 648 Ft. to a pt f

    Mrs. Wm. McCreary entertained ever time is most convenient.The Sunday. This is Mrs. Well's at the McRae family reunion last E<4 of N 335 Ft. .' ,- line 190 Ft.Thence N of 14 N see.99.5

    last Saturday night with two Sunday Miss Norma Gonzalez of of Lot 31 Isaac Felton 3.10 E.
    Intermediate and YoungPeople's old home church and she servesas WVi ofEofN .- Ft. to W.

    tables of bridge. Choir had a weiner roast organist at the annual occa Starke and Barney McRae Jr.. 335 Ft. of Lot Hayes Westerly SfD 637 Thence Ft.

    Mrs. Lucy Eddy and two children -I. at St. Augustine Beach, Friday Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wainwright Ft.31 except N 100 Louisa Brown 4.10 to % Sec line

    from Ocala. Fla. spent the sion.Elmer .of Jacksonville visited Mr. and S 166 Ft. of Lot 32 "* Allen Scott 3.78 Thence S 13.8 Ft.
    April 23. The Junior Choir enjoyeda Crews went to Jacksonville -
    FOB 3!
    Will Lee 8.48 to I 22 1 J. T. Jon.t Ect 1.f5
    weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bert swimming party at the homeof I the first of last week where''Mrs. W. R. Haislop Sunday.HOMECOMING Lot Lot 54 42 except 1 Lot '" Lots 5. 6. 7, 8. t. 10,

    Christoffers. Mrs. Shirley Glover, Satur- I he has accepted employment with Lot in NW 55 Corner & -. .._- G. K. PearceAlexander .r..5" 11.. W.12 Hayes of Blk SID 2.B. .3%, 3S 6 22 Roy Roark 4.17

    Rev. Byrn Lezelle Owens, son- day, May 2. the Setzer Food Stores. Lots 1. S. 9. 10. 11, t
    The annual will W 60 Ft. of N 110 1%. 13 of BIk 4 Eo
    Bert Chris Homecoming
    and Mrs.
    in-law of Mr.
    The Harriet Kelly Class held Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Shaw
    Ft. of Lot 8 Ott'sSfD w. Hayes SID 32. 33 G U Eo 1.. Sweat 4.47
    totters, was ordained in the First their regular monthly business and daughter Linda, during the be held at Hope Baptist Churchat of Lawtey
    Theressa on Sunday May 9 Sec '. 23, 24, 25, 26 5 22 Tucker 9.98S
    Baptist Church of Brooksville, on ,
    meeting Tuesday April 20, at weekend included Mrs. Shaw'sparents 205 Ft. of Lot 6
    1954. is invited to at- Liacoin ('ity (St,4 ofSl1Wof
    Sunday April 2 at 3,00 p. m. Everyone Ott's S/D of Law
    the home of Mrs. Thelma Lamb. Mr. and Mrs. Miller Pack RO 23 1 23
    Rev. Owen's parents came from tend, especially the singers of tey Secs. 23. 24. 25. 26 5 22 Sam Brown 13.39E
    and children Wilma Dean Harold -
    440 Ft. of SE14' Lots 1. 2 of E'lk :3 Hattie Starkel I.U
    Pensacola for the ordination and ,yvyyvYyvyvvryTyyvyyyvvvv'GRAHAM and Herbert and her brother, Bradford County to help with of SW% of XWVi! 25 5 22 'Z Manuel McXeal 16.'OSE4 Lots f 5.8 of Bile 5 Bertis RobilUlOD I.U

    Mrs. Owen's mother, Mrs. Chris- I Hilliard Pack, all of Palatka. that part of the program. Dinner of XWV4 of Lots Z. 3 of Blk 6 Hattie Starkes ..n
    Ai will be served on the grounds at !;W' *.s .1 52 10 John Allen 5.85 Lots 5. 1 of BIk 6 LouiH Joha89a t.n
    totters, went from Keystone. Mr. and Mrs. James Anders of n
    I s ofNE% of SE Lots 1. 4. 5, 7, I
    reception for them was held after I Palatka were visiting his parents, noon. of SW% 25 5 22 5 Willie Cain 2.10 of Elk 13 Hattie Starkes 719
    W 2 A of N of Lot 1 of Blk 3 except -
    the evening service. Rev. and Mrs.. i Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders, during
    Mrs. John McKlnneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA NOTICE TO APPEAR BE'rt of NF.14 26 5 22 Z Robert Austin 3.10 X 200 Ft J.
    Owens returned to Stetson University -: i the weekend. !. Circuit Court. Bradford Coaaly. NWl,4 of SW of M. Johns SID of
    I Florida In Caaneerr. XEV& of XEVi! 33 G 21 1 ,Gerhard C. U.
    where to NE14 26 s 22 10 A. Paul 11.85
    they expect complete
    Mrs. V. R. Reddish who had the
    I Patricia Shurlins. Plaintiff, vs. 1.3 A as desc In Ahrendt 10.t
    their work in June. I misfortune of falling and breaking James Q. Shurling, Defendant. deed nook 68, Com at NE Cor of
    Mrs. Equilla Roberts was visiting No. 10-471 1 R L. XEVi of XEH run
    The Fashion Show staged by Case page 465 20 5 22 WilkInson
    last
    an arm one day week
    W 299 Ft. for
    a.
    I Jr.
    her sister, Mrs. Millie Foggin Notice To App *rl 2.93w
    the Woman's Club on Saturday is now recuperating at the homeof To: James Q. Shurlingr. AD3 of W14 of POD Thence S 19%
    I Starke Sunday.Mr. whose residence and address is: NW% of SR. 26 5 22 5 Isabel &; DoUeyewsom Ft. W 50 Ft. S.
    her Mrs. J. G. God-
    I daughter, :\ 900 Ft. W 50 Ft.
    and Mrs. Lee Youngblood Box 4.00
    1 Johns-
    Naval Testing Center ,
    -I-- ii N 1092 Ft. E 100
    win, at the State Farm after SW14 of NW14 of
    of Wauchula visited their son-in- ville, Pennsylvania. SW1,4, and Nt4 of Ft. to ron lyingS
    having spent several days in St.Luke's You are hereby notified tnat I
    of Old Starke
    law and daughter, Mr. and :Mrs. NW14 of SW!% of
    Hospital Jacksonville.The suit fnr SW% 27 S 22 15 R. L. Wilkinson, and Green Cove
    Wash Your ClothesI John McKinney last week. They Divorce. custody and control of Jr. 18.30 Spgs. Rd. 34 II 22 C. B Jackson 1S.O

    left for their home Wauchula home of Mrs. James Waterswas minor child W4 of BE" of Com at SE 'or of f

    I the scene of a lovely partyon has been filed against you In the SW14 and E'4 of NEVi! run W %10't
    Monday.Mr. above named Court and cause and SW% of SW14 28 II 22 30 IL A. Prescott 11.43 Ft. to POB
    John McKinney and Mrs. Friday evening of last week you are required to serve a ropy of Lot" 16, 17. 18, 31 Thence 945 Ft. W
    For 40c! when she and Mrs. N. S. Star- your answer or pleading to thr Woodlawn 29 S 22 40 C'l'rtle Browning to Starke ThenceN
    Albert Willis and son, George, complaint on the Plaintiff MUes 13.39 769 Ft. ThenceE
    were in Gainesville Monday on ling entertained with a miscellaneous Attorney T. Frank Landrum, NW of SW14 of 711 Ft. S 200

    FREE Bleach If Desired! bridal shower for Mrs. Starke, Florida Nl:14: U S fl 10 Unknown 5.06 Ft. E 444 Ft. S 359
    business. and file the original In the office of Lot 8 In Peets- Ft. W 210 Ft. S
    9 Mrs. Hillard Broughton of Thelma S. Higginbotham. The the Clerk of the Circuit Court OB vllle :5 5 22 2 ThoS3 Strong 5.06 210 Ft. to POB 34 6 22 17 Paul Earan 15.21
    I usual program of games and contests or before the Lot 9 in Peets- Com 220 Ft. S from I
    Gainesville is visiting her son, 24 day of May 1954; vllle Z3 5 iz S GreeD & XW Cor of XEH! .
    We Will Carl Broughton and family. I followed by the opening of otherwise the allegation of said 1 A In XW Cot of ; Strong LOG of XWVi and run S

    : gifts, were enjoyed after which Complaint will be taken as confessed SEI4 of NW; 35 5 22 1 Wlllfard Ie '10 Ft. E 420 Ft.N210FtW420.
    Mrs. Will Melton Jean .
    and son I by you. !
    Dry Your Clothes of Waldo were visiting Mr. and refreshments were served. Mrs. G. This notice shall be published of SE'% of Crawford 3.21N.Wti Ft. to Beg. 34 6 22 2 Yasco Forsyth 7.17
    W. Roberts assisted the hostessin once each week for four consecutive Lot 8 of Klk 1 Security -
    Mrs. John McKinney Wednesday weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph SE 5 6 22 10 EnOl Anderson 13.2' Home Sitein
    8.8 Acers as df'sO InDeed
    For 20c night entertaining.Mr. Bk XWVi of NWVi 35 S 22 :Urt. Wm. Hanko 13_72
    and Mrs. L. H. Futch at- : Dated this 21 day of April 1954. 70. pg
    Little Glory and Roselee McKinney OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A.Darby U3 10 6 2% 8.S E.C. Taylor 1.66 Lots 8. 9 of ElK I
    tended Homecoming services at Clerk of the Circuit Court W'4 of NW of Laks KingsleyIlts.
    In New Automatic Driers! are sick this week with Bayless Highway Baptist Church I By Marian L. Crosby, Dennty Clerk SEt 11 6 22 111 J. 1L Lancaster 4,37 in XEVi! of 1

    measles.Mr. 4/23 4t 5/14 XE% 36 {6 22 H. B. Mime 3.75
    last Sunday. W% of SEH! of SEVi
    e W" of t-E14 of
    and Mrs. Carl James and
    6
    SEH of SEVi of
    NW14 of SW14 J4' 23 Ii E. K.
    Ed Parrish were shopping in NOTICE W 139 5 Ft. of S"\\14 PerQ'maD 18.45 SEH 4 7 23 30 Dr. E. U. Webster 1.61 I

    Starke of SW" of NW14R Com 210 Ft. E of
    Saturday.Gee NE Cor of of
    XEH
    TheVasheteria\ but everybody is busy dig- Notice is hereby given that the following-described lands will be of County Gr XEVi and run S
    sold at public auction on the 29th day of May 1954 at Starke, the Rd 15 6 :2 2 nucIoJph Bryan 6.17 210 Ft. E 420 Ft.
    ging Irish potatoes and picking County of Bradford State of Florida to pay the amount due for taxes: Nli of SWI\ of SE4 Ft. N21OFt.W .

    Temple ATe Starke squash and beans this week. herein set opposite to the same, together with all costs of such sale and and of 8E14.NW14 of SEl,4, IS 6 22 :10 E. 410 Ft. to PUB 5 '7 22 2 Saab Miller '.11
    E. Horn 11.11
    advertising.Deeription
    Mr. Harley Starling is on the NE'4 of SE4! ofNW'4 Lot 14 of Blk 14 f
    Hampton 19 7 22 Gladys I. Shafer S.50
    16 6 2%
    1 -7 sick list, as is Mr. Albert Willis.NOTICE S. T. R. Aerra Onaer Taxes Beg at Intersection 10 P. T. Tyson 1.6 SEH of XEHSWVi tl! 7 22 40 Oecar Ortffls 12.3)
    of State Rd 16 of XWHXH 22 7 22 40 Oscar Qriffis 16.3
    of SWH of SEVi
    All W% of NW; & :-JE14.with of S NW line run of except Ry. 2! l' 22 IS Tydea Tarn 12.8) ,
    XWVi of SWVi of Lots
    Blk 6
    E of River 36 5 20 40 C. U. Crews $ 7.91 W :!IO Ft Nr.rth except
    :3 thru 22, Hampton -
    Lots 13, 14 of Blk westerly 210 Ft. E Park, XEH ofSE.t
    29, Town of New no Ft. Southeasterly \ Sec. 31-SWH
    River 23, 24 6 %0 R. C. Baldree 2.43 I 210 Ft. to of & of .
    ft'Vi of SEV 33 6 20 40 E. W. Hodges 1.73 POB. 17 I 2 Z 1 Claude A. Morgan S.U XWVi XWH of SWVi WVJ of
    SJt of EI4 of SW
    SVi of SWVi of Sec. 32 l' 22 Mrs.
    NWV4 34 6 20 10 Queen Esta Gantling 4.28 of NWI4 11 6 2% 5 AnnIe CoodwIn 13.22 Sarah
    XWVi of SWVi 3 7 20 40 K. W. Hodges 1.73 W14 of N"\\14. of Brngger. 4.93
    It has repeatedly been brought to oar attention by SH or Lot 12 except ":JHi.lUIII% :, . fEIi ex R W IS 6 22 10uco Hankerson 5.06 N Ft.lOOFt.of that of S por.525
    Wt4
    of NE% of
    Individuals who are under the Impression that UHF is Cor 1/3 Acre in SW ? ; 20 40 R. G. ASen 5.J7 SE" 11 8 22 20 Ceo Coodwlne U5 tion of NE'4 of
    N1V3, W Of Rd. 1! 8 22 1 Elizabeth J.
    Com t1 Ft. N nf SE
    unsatisfactory In this area, that Channel 36 Isn't on Lot 3 except 15.7 Corner of SW'6 (ofN"WIf Lanagan 4.CO
    acres to Ernest Lots 2. 3. 4. 5, of
    foil power. These assertions are Incorrect Channel Edwards and E% and run W Blk P, The HavenSmotNWof
    cf N i of Lot 4and 139 Ft. N 91 Ft.
    36, WJIIP-TV on full power and is being received Lot 5 and E 239 Ft. S t1 Ft.
    13 8 22 A. S. Leatft .
    41 20
    S4 of Lot 6 7 T 28 158 W. E. Bigham Jr. 11.:9N to FOB II 6 22 NWJ,4
    satisfactorily by dozens of our customer I LucIlle Easton 1.17 Tract 1 B. Mt.
    Lot S of Blk S Sunny
    :3/4 of Lots 7,
    Pleasant 13 8 22 Fred Dodd
    S/D 3.10
    8, 9. 10 'I 1 20 177 W. E. Bi ham, Jr. 88.08 Acres SfD 21 6 22 1L A. ranula I.U Tract 11. Carl Voll- .
    Unfortunately it cannot be received Lots 4. 5. 6 of P.lkS
    beneficially N H of SWVi of koff RID of NW14

    with an Installation of tho lowest cost We can, how- acres SWVi except E S 8 T 20 17 R. G. Allen 4.24 All Sunny w" of A.Blk RID 5 U e 22 Un.te DeSae 119 of SW% 13 t.S 22 Hernlce A.

    ever, with a modaratetry priced antenna system u&ing Lots 1. 2. lO.ttll fI of R 4W E of Herring ) 98
    of BIle 1 Ward W line of "E" of 11.4 A in SE Cor of
    only finest materials and superior techniques, guar&llteeworth'h City 8 7 20 G. H. Parker! 5.99 SW Temples SEH of XWH and .
    BIle 1 Sin 21 I 22 X 3JO- Ft. of XEH
    Lot 6 of 5 Rufus fl1gby IUZS ;
    e reception. We offer a free demonstration Ward City 8 T M Mrs. L. A. Green 5.49 of SWH except 2

    with no obligation. Rt'ao Sub Div I. lots to Robert J. .
    Lot 3. 4 of Blk IS Gay Harrell 7.63 swof SF.4 of Dodd H S 22 14 Fred S. Dodd 81.44
    Ward City I l' 20 sP.t .t w z .t Blk 3 of Govt Lot
    Lots 5. 6. 7, 8 ot 8E" of SE 2. Lakeside SID 22 S 22 JUyervIew Inter-
    J. W. Thomas SA'Blk % 21. 22
    CHAS. 20 Ward Citya 7 20
    C. SHEPHERD
    RADIO TV
    40 Evelyn F. Thomas 22.88 priseg. Inc. 60.37
    20
    8 1
    SE% of SEViSVs
    Blk 10 Lots W 330 Ft. of E 730

    Radio TV Upholstering Seat Covers and of SWVi SWVi of of NWVi SWUXEVs 15 7 20 60 H. H. Mott %.14 7 and except S Leslie Best 3.16 Ft. of SEVi! of
    XEH 24 1 22
    Lot 7 of Blk 18 10 Fred S. DoM 7.i2
    of SEV exceptS Lot 1 of Blk 19 :Marie Dukes 4.67 Lot. 2 dese___as_startIng -
    A YEAR'S Wilbert 0
    EXPERIENCE IN UHF 6 acres and ex- Lots 5, 6 of Blk 19 Hughes 4 (7 at 'iW: Cot or5W14
    Sarah
    cept2AInSWCorner F. Jenkins
    3.06
    of SE4 of
    Lots 3, 4 of Plk 19
    of NEVi of Josephine Bass
    3.06 XE'4 Thence run S
    Let 2 of Blk 20
    SE<.4 and WH of Lots 1. 2 of Blk 24 Eddie Burroughs 3.06 61 dt'gs 30 mln E
    NEof NE'i4f''tct'pt Lonnie Flowers C.69 4R Ft. fn pon N _
    portions S 45 del1l1 Eo75 Ft -:-
    EL RANCHO of Prooker Rd S In Ft. S 45
    and SEVi of NEVi 16 T 20 n H. IL Mott 10.S1 Cabagaa Sab Diy :1 9 22 deI's' W 640 Ft. N

    All XWVi of SW 61 deJrtl 30 mIn. W
    N of Rd 23 7 20 12 William C. CreeiSO 5.47 Lots 5. 2! of Blk 1 T. C. Reed
    16.74 '
    IOU Ft. to FOB 24 ''I 23
    RESTAURANT j WIIf. \E.iNWS 11 S 21 U C. demons 20.22 Lot6. of Blk 1 Eliza Morris 20.76 Com at SE Cot of J James n flutes 9E(
    Lot 8 of Blk 1
    of and Aaron Holler f
    NEVi 24 %.66 SW% of :--w14 andrunN35OFt.for
    Lot of P-lk 1
    all that portion of Ben Davenport S.69
    U. S. 301 at N. City Limit I I SWV of XE iwhirh Lot 1 of Elk 2 Ike Jones %.6& a POE'Then'e run .
    Lot 3 of Blk 2
    I lies X & Levy Lennon :2.66 W 330 Ft. N 350
    Starke, Fla. E ,.f SR No. S2I9 33 5 n n Donald L. Alvarei 13.C9 Lot 4 of Blk 3 Rosa Evans 2.66 Ft. E 330 Ft. S
    I Lot 5 of Blk 2
    Nola
    I All SW E of Lot 11 of Blk 3 lola Little Harden 2.66 no Ft. to POD 25 8 2Z J MInnTe Jones 1.52
    Special Sunday Dinners I Ra''r and all W1; Lot 13 of Elk 3 Sampson WhiteWard 2.66 2.66 SL of SE4 of sw%
    of NW E of 1 Lot lying in SWXJ of NW% 2S 8 22 5 }fat B. Speed

    SANDWICHESBARBQUE Rln'r 19 4 22 100 W. lL Edwards of XWVi of SEH Ag!. 7.52
    Jr. 30.05 100 Ft. N & S by W 51.4 A of N 1/3 of
    S Nv14 E of River 30 I 2:: SO W. IL Edward, 50 Ft. E & W as NE% of RW14 25 II U I John DnJ.t 12.89
    Jr. 19.94 debo In Deed Book s'; of SEIA! of
    CHICKEN & RIBS sw14 of Lot 14 in 71. Pate 215 2S S 22 Frank; EWl. 25 1 2Z 20 B. 1. Alderman KKS
    Woodla'n 18 Ii :2 3 Canton C.Williams Com at NW Cor of US 1 Lot as due deed

    Curb Service 3-12 P.M. 3.60 SWVi of SWH and BkS2.FageU&Deed
    NI:: of Lott H In Run S 210 Ft. E Bk 5?. Page
    Woodtawn U Ii 22 5 '1'. J. Alderman %..71EI 100 Ft. for a POB f23 27. U I U Albert VuNetta 41:o
    Open 6 A.M. 12 P.M. El Rancho Steaks of NW of thence run S 100

    SE 22 i U 10 Elizabeth Prince Ft. E 259 Ft. N I.diaa
    BflIda 3s.: as .
    22
    .
    B&rtel1 5.56Towa 100 Ft. W 259 Ft

    HERB THOMAS to POB 22 8 22 Unnle Tyson Lot 11 EdnelJ Hall 29.80
    .1 L."fry et at Lot 21 Mary P. leCann
    16.72 24.14
    RESTAURANT Steaks ",...t .1 HY :a a :: NWH of SEH of Lot U _..lohn.1... Hall, Jr. 20.22

    SEH 22 I 22 10 James Horusby 17.24 Lot n T. D. Whlddln, Sr. 24.14
    Chops and Lots 7, 8 of Elk 6 D. B. Thomas I.U in SE Lot 1. Indian Beach
    U. S. 301 at S. City LlaJts Btk S Peul G. Rein ".11 I square acre Unit No. 2 IS I
    Corof of U L. C.
    NEH CampbelJ 28.55
    Blk 11 Lot :3 I
    except IL Co
    Harley 16.30 Lot :
    Indian
    Starke, Fla. Seafood S of. E'lk 25 Geo. F. S"n 22 1 Luther Jackson 3.CC Beach
    Young 2.60 W9OFt..fNiOS 1lIlt No. 2 35 Ii U Robert 1. Gavin n.. I
    Half Blk 1
    Cka.rlea Dinkins
    Specializing InOWNED 1.43 Ft. of EH ofXWH All Lot S E ot Pod
    One Lot :3 Ft S &
    OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY S by 100 f1. E &: Won :- of SE'" of 50 n 2 U 20 B. 1. Alderman C.8S
    .b Weekday & SundayDINNERS W' sid of State "EH except W 40
    OPERATED AND Ft.WH. 28 I 22
    E>t. bounded S by Eugene Honter 1.67

    STAFFED BY LOCAL PEOPLE Peele and S by of NEH of SEH, except of SEH W

    Griffis lIenr1 G.. Grit!isctal 66 Ft and Except J. R. KELLY.

    Com at a pt. at Cor. U.S'1 E It Ft 21 I 32 I Edna B. Mi1L 14.22 TAX COLLECTOR
    W II Ft. of SE% ot
    of State 8t. all4 BRADFORD COt.'NTY FLORIDA
    ,
    SEH of XTVi 21 1 22 1 Percy Sullivan 13.13
    Lake.e.
    and W .- _. .. .- -
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    FRIDAY MAy 7. 1954 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TASKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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    grounds following the morning week at;her home here. .:. .. ..... -,- -1 play by; the U. of F. Players. i e.n.n..mn.vnms''!her boys moved to L&ks Shore
    the W. O. Collins On your calendar this weekenddon't :Thursday, where they had pur-
    sermon by pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dyal of
    Jr There will be special recognition home on forget "H. M. S Pinafore' HIGHLANDBy chad a home We will miss
    Iweee\- the Farm Colony were I Susie Bradford 1 I
    I I I them much.
    f for the youngest and Tuesday to vote. presented by the Glee Club o:> very
    .JJaa
    oldest mother present Walt) Griffin Friday and Saturday nights : Mrs. lacy Norman Everette Rowe, and Marvin
    The Pastor also announces thata has W.returned H. (Uncle to his home after o ......-. _._. I Have you seen the project in !IA& Thompson, of Jacksonville, were
    Roll Call of all church members his son Ducky's window? The biology & &A&A&AAAAA&AAA'A& !:visiting the Lacey Normans Sat-
    spending sometime with After
    a very busy week every- '
    i will be held Wednesday May 26. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. thing turned out fine. The Senior students have finished their year- Sunday School is held at 9:45a. : i'urday:,
    All members are urged to be pres- ly projects and some can be seen : Mrs. Pauline Hamilton Mary
    I' Percy Griffin in Jacksonville. Class play "The Little Dog Laughed" m. each Sunday, with worship!i
    Presbyterian ChurchFriday At The TabernacleOn ent and answer the roll with averse up town. Lot of hard work has I Sapp and children were visitingI
    I Rev. Bob Gray is in Tampa was a very big success. Both services at 11 a m. and 7:30 i
    of Scripture from memory. gone into the projects. p.I the Lacey Normans also last Sat-
    I
    holding a two weeks revival at nights of the performance was m.; Teachers meetings held
    are
    May 7, 3 p. m., United Sunday afternoon duringthe I Best news of all I am saving I jurday afternoon.
    the Buffalo Ave. Baptist Church. crowded. Hope you got to see it. i each Sunday at 6:30: p. m.; prayer -
    I
    Church Women of Starke will School the Gos- 'yyvyyyyTymyTTyYyyyyyvHAMPTON Several folks from around here
    Bible hour at
    church to iast Tuesday is the day the
    Rev. Roy Mason of that All the basketball girls spent the I meeting each Wednesday 7:30 I
    meet in the First Methodist pel Tabernacle a group of ladies I will be guest speaker here on sun- day at Daytona Beach on Satur-'i Seniors will leave for Washington. p. m. Choir practice Friday 7-SO I attended: the Bible School Conference

    Churcn. from Macclenny. were in town !day with his daughter helpingout day. Sure can tell it, they are all Gee, we are all so excited about I p. m. Sunday School Supt. W. C. burg Church.Tuesday at the MiddJe-

    Sunday, May 9, 9:45: a. m.. Sun for the Flower Show availed with vocals. so red. going. The people in this community -I Hardee. Pastor E. C. Harv!y.
    day School. Morning Worship 11 themselves of the opportunity to by Mrs. Wm. W. HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrs. Louise Manire and son, Did you get to the band concert have made it possible for Come out and worship with us :it STAFFORD L, CREWS
    a. m., "Tile Influence of a Mother". view the famous oil painting: Charles attended the funeral of last Sunday? The Jr. band per- you haven't a church of your I
    us to The class will never be THANKS (VOTERSWords
    Youth Fellowship 6 p. m.. Adult "The Feast Of Belshazzar", in her brother-in-law, Thomas manire formed for us this time. Be sure go. choice. We always welcome you.I I II
    Advisers hosts. Evening Worship the Tabernacle.The Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dyal spent ,held at Starke Tuesday. and make these a must on your i i able to say it.really how much they Those attend.Tf church here I Aanot express my deep

    7:30 p. m., 'The Healing of the usual services were held the weekend with their daughterand Billy Saxon and Ardel Bran- Sunday afternoons. j appreciate Sunday were Yr. and Mrs. Oscar appreciation for the splendid vote
    family the Bruce Roark's.Mr. Next years cheerleaders alsoi VanSans and children of C&lla- I
    .
    Centurion's Servant" I over the weekend and a special nen are entertaining measles.Mr. Student Council held election the
    Jackson i were voted on this week. given me in first primary on
    and Mrs. W. N. i han. Several
    from ,
    Monday, May 10, 8 p. m. Monthly feature on Sunday evening was and Mrs. W. N. Jacksonand Wednesday for next years of- people Lawtsy f
    and children called on their son See when I get back from Maxville and New River also at- May 4. Although I was high *:*n
    meeting of the' Session. I I the reading by Mrs. Quigley of sons Leslie and Gerald visited ficers. On Thursday the council you
    the story of the beautiful hymn: J. W. Jackson and family Sunday relatives in Gainesville Sunday. visited Jacksonville Beach. I Washington. tended. in the race tor School Hoard,
    11, 8 The
    Tuesday May p.m. night. ofi Susie Charles Mosley of Orange Park Dist. 4, I ask all friends and
    "Great Is Thy Faitlifullness" La- Mr. and Mrs. Percy Griffin I Members of the Speech Club my
    Women of the Church will meet and Mrs. I called on Evelyn Norman Sunday I[ not to relax their ef-
    Johns
    the supporters
    ter Mrs Eugene Lee sang the Mrs. Minnie I i Jacksonville were in town received tickets this week for the I
    For special reasons this meetingis hymn. W. W. Hammond accompaniedMrs. first of the week. I p. m. !forts in my behalf, but to continue -
    being held before the circle I E. L. Cox and Miss Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Thorntonand column please send it in. I thankall I Mrs. Beedie Norman was calledto !1 until victory is achieved oc
    meetings. The annual Birthday KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST Ross of Starke to Green Cove son. Donnie, of Starke spent those that have sent it in and I YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- be at the bedside of her brother May 25 Again thanking you and
    Offering will be received. MOTHERS DAY PROGRAM Springs on Thursday. They at- Wednesday evening with }Irs. |I left with Mrs. Verna Young at I, hrook purse-site! fountain pens In Charley Manmj of Lawtey ass-irmg you of my best efforts
    Wednesday May 12, 7:30 pm., tended the Clay County Home Thornton's mother, Mrs. Minnie her store and brought to my I pastel shades Only $2.58 at Brad- who is very il1! at thIS time We >n behalf of our schools if >.!ected.I .
    The Kingsley Lake Missionary Demonstration and 4-H Exhibit home. ford C'cunt> Telegraph.EfL3 wish him a speedy recovery sjn yours sincerely,
    Prayer meeting and Bible Study. i Baptist Church will observe Moth- Johns. i- I ..... -, -- M". and Mrs Floyd Johns and Stafford L. Crews
    Adult Choir and Achievement Program. I Ed Hewlett of Jacksonville visited n _....._ _. ; <- '"- """" =
    practice 8 -'- '
    p. m. er's Day with dinner on theY L
    -- I' Miss Ross and Mrs. Mary Dal- friends in town Sunday. and : : :.;: r;;.'.< -:' .ii: ,' :::Ut; ,o .,'
    acted B. L. Barnes <
    """ Heights as and Mrs.
    -- __ II !'&-l.:: : '- ')J ::: ly of Keystone I Mr. the
    judges. I family have moved from cc LL3'r
    to the M
    Williamson house I
    Slade and son Donald Wiley
    Vernon
    FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke were in South Carolina the first l C. Hess farm. BUILD A GI

    of the week. I II Mrs. M. C. Hess and daughters. '
    and Mrs. Nita White and I
    Joann
    Mrs. Wm. Hammond :
    I Mr. and
    ,daughter. Willow Ruth and Mr. 'children of Daytona Beach Thomas and of .BOYS AND i GIRLS M SCHOOL TODAY ""'-" '
    --- Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
    t and Mrs. dinner John Hammond guests of were Mr. Lake City spent the weekend ARE THE CfT1ZENS WHO ,i ,,. 1 ar .Iogs-
    Saturday
    REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor | Brook- with Mr. Hess at the farm here. WILL FORM OURGOVERNMENT
    on
    ,and Mrs. Roy Browning '
    I Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Beden- ,,<
    Jefferson and Court Streets In The lyn Lake.
    Heart of Town baugh shopped in Gainesville and '
    Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gaskins AND DEFEND I:
    Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 \and three boys, Jimmy. Tommy Palatka. and Saturday.Mr. Mrs. Damon Nolan OUR FAITHS \ GROCERY AND MARKET

    '!and Douglas of Palatka spent!': and children of Live Oak were TOMORROW. \ t : .. -_ .
    I Sunday in town. \ recent guests of Mrs. Nolan's: y.; -- i i'.w"'i. -- ;ri: _:_::'J'"Q1_ .;_. ''',Jo,?- -,it........._ '" .. ._ _.

    Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. I Mrs. Frank Thomas spent Monday -i parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bry- LET us HELP v

    Sunday School 9:43 A.M. with her parents Mr. and; IMPROVE OUR SCHOOLS. 1 Pure Black EACH
    Training Union 6:45 P.M. .
    ant.Mrs.
    Mrs. Perry Starling of Graham. \ Verna Young had as her AND HENCE OUR OWN -

    Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. The Eighth-Grade are practicing guests Sunday Mrs. William FUTURE WELFARE/ iran wmWe
    the play that they expect to, Barbara Broad-
    Broadstreet, Mrs.
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    ::-- ,: : -, ',-_ : _- .- ;:!", : i ::-Jv"- r give on May 14th. i i street, Linnie Broadstreet and 71f2cI
    I Miss Dorothy Ross of Starke Glen Miller of Jacksonville.Mr. Pepper
    .- :- _. :.:. ._, ._. _. _' '-. ii"t:.:; '>,. i and Mrs. W. W. Hammond were I I and Mrs. Leo Wiggins and are interested and leant to help have the
    ; Thursday dinner guests of Mrs. Mrs. Eve Runge of Jacksonville best schools possible in Bradford County. I

    Minnie Johns. j I III I were Sunday supper guests of
    At All Services Sunday I Mr. and Mrs. A.1.. Brynt Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Williams. Federal Tax on Safety Deposit Boxes was reduced 10 I ', :i.'j:: ':':' ,:' t1C::.-._ .'-:'-:: : l:; _-.. "_=,::'_ .' '::;
    II and son. Homer were in Lake II I Mr. and Mrs. H. E. McGee and I per cent on April 1st, 1954.
    Hear City Saturday. I family spent the weekend wits I 'I
    Mrs. Dorothy Williams and i his parents Mr. and Mrs. L. H We have boxes for rent $3.30 and up per year.FLORIDA 'i JELlO OLEO

    Mrs. Doris Hardy were co-hos-|McGee of Macon, Ga.
    z.tr4 tesses to the members of the W. i The Hampton P. T. A. me) O

    Dr. tlason M. U. at the home of Mrs. Williams I Tuesday afternoon; the electior I
    Roy Thursday evening. i(0f officers' were held. Mrs. W. W I for
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    Mrs. K. Watterson was in I Hammond was re-elected president 3 25C LO 19III
    charge of the program taken Mrs. Dan Loper electedvicepresident < :

    from the Royal Service Book.I and Mrs. Perc1 BANK at STARKE

    Pastor of the Buffalo Avenue Baptist Church, Tampa, During the social hour a sur- Sullivan re-elected secretary an* -- _
    and Radio Preacher over WRUF for 15 prise stork shower was given treasurer. : : .': _: ;t C::' :"'_, i'C:: =. : : .-_"'_.=. .,
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    for Mrs. Henry (Dick) Hinson. I Your correspondent was unabl' Member Florida National Group

    Sixteen members were present. I to get all around this week, bu time Tender Home
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    BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKB. FLORID.*
    19M
    PAGE EIGHT _ _ 'FJUD.\Y. HAT 7.
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    I 71 Glee 'H.M.S. Pinafore' Notice is hereby given, that- A. 0.1 undersigned tinder the provision
    Tornadoes Play Scout Troop I BHS Trackmen Club Friday, Saturday I Jenkins, the holder of the following of Chapter 10.953 Laws of Florida
    certificates has filed sail certificates Acts of Ull, will register with the
    Has Weekend Outing for a tax deed to be issued Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
    Green Cove Here Take 2nd PlaceIn I thereon. The certificate numbersand for E'radford County State of Florida -
    Boy Scout Troop 71, Starke's years of issuance, the description upon receipt of proof of publication
    of the property, and the names i of this notice the fictitious
    colored troop spent a weekend of District MeetBradford I 'm which it was assessed are as follows 'name of Crescent Motor Court under .
    Bradford High School's baseball boating swimming, and fishing at : 'I. which we are engaged in bust
    Certificate No 47. Year of Issuance ,ness on U. S. 301 south of StaikeFU. ,
    end its regular
    team will the Ocklawaha River camp site of I 195. I .
    schedule Tuesday night when the of the Noegel brothers. The troop .High School's track V Descnptn.n of Property: Uit I Block I William and Margaret Pit' 1 lit
    1 It! North Reno Sec. : 6 !2, Box sole
    Tornadoes meet Green Cove also received instruction in mArine men took second place behind 22E. I.r.{ S. R. 215. owners-
    Dated this 16th day of A n
    Springs here. The BHS nine is on life, wildlife, and vegetation from Fletcher in the Group 1 regional Name m which assessed Wilbert :1S54 at Starke Bradford Apru County

    the road this week competingin their Scoutmaster, Aaron H. Holly. meet held at Jacksonville Beach Hughes I Florida.
    .v All of said
    property being in the "
    a conference tourney game in The Scout Troop also heard a last Saturday. The Tornadoes I ? Bounty of Bradford State of Flor- I I 4/164ts

    St. Augustine. The Tornadoes will citizenship lecture from T. Frank scored 41 points to 53 1-2 for ida. I

    (play the winner of the Palatka- Landrum, Starke attorney, as Fletcher. P. K. Yonge of Gainesville ,I 4J -. _1 certificate or certi-.'
    be redeemed according
    Ketterlinus game. part of their outing.Scoutmaster was a distant third with 29 property described in dhilVOOU RAVE1O
    bet- Holly said that he ck surh certificate or certificates will
    The team got progressively points.
    I DC sold to the highest bidder at the
    was assisted during the weekendby tonff TE I5UA1CE
    ter last week by edging Bolles Starke and Fletcher both qualified iurt h ui".e door on the first Monday .
    Willie "Burnside" Bass and .n month of June, 1954, whichI
    4-3 beating Green Cove Springs 10 men for the State Meetin 1 7 day of June, 1954.Ta.d COlWHy.JOHN9
    May Bell Bass who is the troop's L : -
    5-2 and Gainesville 4-1. ( I
    taking Gainesville next Saturday. Wf1
    : this S day of May. 1954.
    first den mother. Holly hopes to .
    wins the Torna- < tFFIOIAL SEAL,) Charles A.
    The three give BHS's leading entries will be its .I Darby I
    have a similar outing around July -- : / I Clerk of Circuit Court cf Brad-
    does a 7-6 seasonal record. 1. two crack relay teams, the 880- -. ___ ft rd County. Florida ( /
    Lefthander Edwin Johns pitchedhis yard relay and the sprint medley Ii- 5nl Ut 5/28 \\ / /

    first full game to give the relay. Both of these teams placed 1 flWfoeW
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    Tornadoes their best pitching Rev. Sparks Attends first in the regional meet. Stan-i ; NOTICE OF INTE'NTIOX TO

    performance of the week. He Welfare Convention ley Clark contributed the Tor- : Above (I to r) : Sandra Talor as the Captain's t- Notice REGISTER is hereby FICTITIOrSME given that the

    limited Gainesville to three hits nado's other win with a 5 ft 9 in. daughter, Josephine; Smith Devoe as Dick Deadeye -

    and only a first inning run. Rev S. E. Sparks is in St high jump. I,! ; Barbara Matchett as Little Hebe; and Douglas S

    Dewayne Elder is the leading Petersburg this week attendinga Jimmy Reddish placed second! Nolin as!' Boatsuam. LET US FILE YOUR SAW

    BHS slugger with a .371 percentage four-day Florida State Confer- in the 100-yard dash as well as I i At right: l'att> Lawson as Buttercup smiles

    Edgar Akridge has .333, and ence of Social Work. He will also running on the two winning relay -,i fetchingly under the admiring glances of JohnSinansons 1 I on our New Foley I

    Sidney Jackson has .300. attend sessions of the Welfare teams. Richard Henderson I I as Ralph Kackstraw, and Charles Jenkinias -. : AUTOMATIC SAW FILER i automatic

    Board Members Clinic that is be- I placed third in the high hurdles, Caotain Corcoran.

    MRS. CIIASTAIX ing held in conjunction with theconference' third in the :i .
    Max Furlong placed They'll cut
    i extends protect
    THANKS VOTERSI j I I SSG-yard run, and Townsend I The Bradford High School Glee daughter who is I in love with a Butten-tip Trai Jones plays Sir like new when : coverage

    cannot adequately express my i3 i in the i I !humble sailor. The stun I:, mi- ", i-si'ph ( narie Jenkins the Cap-
    Members Clinic
    Boarj fourth
    The ||I Strickland placed |Club will present Gilbert and Sullivan's I filed on our ; bnopollcytonee2r.'Does .
    deep feeling of appreciation and I of ther complicated by the fact hat tain <11 f'inafore Saudis Tavlor.
    designed to discuss problems Robert Humphriestied J
    low hurdles. operetta, "H.M.S. Pin- precision ma- ,
    for the wonderful vote : K.B.C.. First the Smith Ie-
    Porter. votaindaughter
    gratitude vault Sir Joseph (
    mutual concern to Welfare Board for fourth in the pole chine. In policy
    given me on May 4, bringing me members throughout the state. and won the toss to go to the jafore", tonight (Friday) and Saturday Lord of the Admiralty, plans wo voe. Dick Deadeye; John Simmonsthe few minutes a I your pruent

    re-election in the ilrst primary. In Rev. Sparks attended the Dis- State Meet. I,I at 8 p.m. in the USO. The marry the captain's daughter. The sailor, Douglas Nolin, the limit notification( to
    1
    token of ray appreciation, I will : under the direction of child, Buttercup, and the villain I boatswain; and Barbara Matchett, you'l have i
    in is
    Board operetta
    continue to strive in the future, as : trict Welfare earlier meeting in the The first four places in the I Mrs. Vivienne Knight, BHS choral Dick Deadeye, also play a large Hebe. laws that cut cleaner, truer, ; 30 days?
    Green Cove Springs the
    in
    I have done in the past to make i I:I (regional meet will compete instructor. I II part in the story's outcome. I The cast is rounded out by a faster. Bring your saws in I

    you a commissioner of whom you ',.week. I State Meet against the first four The operetta is about a captain's'. Patty Lawson plays the part of j I colorful chorus of sailors and girls. today-j }ulllike our speedy

    can be proud.-Sincerely, Jessie R. 'I places in other regional meets held I service.i '
    Chastain. CAP MeetingAll i iI I in St. Petersburg and Miami.Starke's I I \ Conner Bros.
    TO TIlE VOTERS | B
    competedagainst Heat"
    trackmen
    _._ _... ." 4 I .. : :Reincke Proposes !"The Big OF BRADFORD COUNTY ALSO SHARPEN
    aviation ) schools with a ;
    those interested in 22 other
    I Plays At FloridaThe I ALL KINDS OF TjOOLS
    !I safety and civil air defense are in- total of 350 entries in the regional I ,
    I and
    am deeply profoundly
    Completely Insurance
    i !Radio For Starke KNIVES, SISSORS, ETC. Agency
    vited to attend a Civil Air Patrol meet story of a tough cop anxi- grateful for the wonderful support -

    I: meeting to be held tonight (Friday I i ous to brass-knuckle mobstersfor which you gave me in the All New Equipment '
    Covered? A. Fred Reincke, formerly an 129 W Call St. -- Phone 285
    Council murder "The Big
    his wife's ,
    City last CALVIN
    ) 7:30 at the Keystone Air- ,Lawtey primary Tuesday for County ; JOHNS
    engineer with radio station KDEF Heat" will be featured this Sun- Commissioner. I thank each and
    t park. There will be a moving i Conducts Campaign 465 N. Water St. Starke, Fla.
    I I! Alberqueque, N. M, spoke at the day and :Monday at the Florida every one of you from the bottom -

    picture and a speaker from Jack Against Stray DogsThe I I Rotary Club Wednesday in the Theatre. of my heart, and I urge each

    sonville. ]i I With Glenn Ford as the lawman of you to talk with friends
    radio your
    problem of what to do' interest of establishing a who quit the police to work un and neighbors for me and go back ELECT ETHAN A. SAPPTO

    about dogs running at large about station in Starke. hampered. Gloria Grahame as the to the polls and vote for me on

    The New Bible I. the streets occupied the attention I Mr. Reincke said that he has B-girl who had rich and poor May 25th and make our victory THESCHOOL

    of the Lawtey City Council at, had 15 years of experience in and preferred it rich; and Joce- i

    A Counterfeit "their meeting Monday night at the I lyn Bryido as the girl who inadvertently :sure.As
    I investigation radio work and has been connec- a member for the Board of
    city halL Pending further triggered the driving. BOARD
    : cooperation -' ted with stations in El Paso and County Commissioners for several
    i, the council requested I brutal action of the film, all star I worked
    years, honestly. sincerely -
    I I from all dog owners to 1 Beaumont, Texas. He said he in "The Big Heat". and faithfully for the interestsof 1 District Three (Brooker, New River)

    II that their animals are kepe would make arrangements to finance police officer
    I see I | Ford plays a the people of our county andI COUNTYWIDE VOTE
    1 1t t off the streets. half of the cost of settingup ordered to quit his investigationsinto pledge that I will do this *.1
    you !
    DRIVING today is full of I City Clerk Mrs. Ethel Reddish a station here if the people the alleged suicide of a again. I understand the financial i 1. Lifelong Citizen and Farmer Bradford

    hazards. Even the most care 1 1I I r reported that all the current tax' of the community would put up brother cop. Persisting, he run affairs of our county and pledge .ie- County

    1I 1-ai1hl have. been mailed and that the other half. He suggested the into the trail of vice and corruption if elected 2. World War I Veteran
    pii L4t --- -' you again to the Board.
    ful driver be innocently .
    I
    can already paid. that leads from the under- -
    some have been formation of a corporation for to diligently work for business S. Former Trustee Sew River School .
    involved in a crash which I t A request that lights be turnedon the sale of stock. world to the municipal building. like and economical administration Your Vote

    i at night at the play area near T. H. Slade said he would be The mobsters unable to halt his of 4. Member Christian Church and Gideons
    wrecks his car the propertyof 'I I our county's financial affairs -, and Support
    the school so that the youngsters'can willing to head up the raising of probing, turn on the "big heat", and to give the people of th" 5. Cosiness Experience in Auto Field since
    _
    ethers injures or kills receivedby
    baseball was Ford's wife falls victim to
    U_ _ play .local finances for the project. and county the benefit for every dollar -! Greatly 1937.
    his those in an- council. After consideration -: :the deathtrap laid for the cop.
    passengers or the i Mr. Reincke said that some
    i I spent on their roads. hospitaland Appreciated 6. &hool Bus Driver since: 1927
    voted to comply if "The Big Heat" is reported to
    other car. it was people have expressed the view!I other improvements.
    : : supervision can DC ODtained. contain some of the toughest I { (Pd. Pol. Adv)
    television would
    proper that ultimately
    At all times I desire
    Is your Automobile Insurance I A newspaper man now presents i.kill radio, but that he did not action seen in a movie in a long. talk with me and make you known to I I

    \ councilman reported some believe such the "If it :while. In addition to brutal slugfests
    conclusive evidence A was case. .
    for such ? needs and will
    ready an emergency Ford and your concerningthe I
    showing the new Revised questions from residents as to_does, then investors in radiq can between gangland carrying on of our county's II I,

    Standard Version to be a I why the trees along some of the .always. switch to television," he plug-ugles contains and the a searing dynamitingof gunfights business.My time will be your;I :
    it
    been cleaned i : _
    streets have up said. -
    counterfeit and without time. I want to '
    ques- I a car and brutal manhandling you see me a
    while other streets have been Mr. Reincke said that he and
    tion the greatest hoax in Bible i ;!of women.Children's. any and all times and make
    neglected. The answer, as given others interested with him originally -
    H. C. WALLAGENCY history. I I known your wishes and desiresin
    "by the council, was that as some obtained a franchise to put in
    these matters. I shall work
    I Group
    CLARK CROSBY
    i Hear R. of the streets are to be paved it a station at Chattahoochee but ,

    I Monday, May 10th 8 P.M. I was thought best not to prune!1 abandoned the plan due to lack I The Bradford County Children's for additional and state new funds county for roadsin additional Pr icirrrArl1F

    Phunt 146 Bradford County Courthouse trees which will be torn out later :1of,' cooperation on the part of the Committee will meet :Monday noon our county.

    | Starke, Florida I on.Earl. community. I May 10 at the Methodist Recreation -
    200 E. Call Street I I Again I thank you for your iIE1UI I t 11M1\
    Everyone Invited I Next Wednesday will be annual Hall.
    Starke i votes in the past and urge you
    Farmers Day at the Starke Rotary -I
    I
    No Admission L. Manure'sBrother j
    : to support and stand with me on
    wfla-flfl srsssflsssa-a-ss' _ _ _ I I Club. Each member will invite i EXPRESSES ThANKS 25th.
    ] DiesA : a farmer friend to the lunch May I-
    -__ -. d""", -- __ y 1 I E L. Crawford _
    eon meeting where an outstand- I II

    INKIER% ELECTRIC SERVICE !h hrttI :Starke brother, Thomas of Earl Henry Jacksonville L.Manire Manire, 71 of, ]i i ing Following speaker the will luncheon be heard., a tour !, I i W.O.W. Meeting I

    of Miami, died in on win be made to inspect several
    1
    1. 1 I There will be a Call Meeting ofWoodman's
    May outstanding Bradford County farm STARKE HARDWARE CO.
    Mr Manire was born at Carrolt- Circle :Members at
    projects. I
    ref/ITS. ton. Miss., son of the late J. H'i.i the W. O. W. Hall Thursday

    and Mattie Kent Manire. He married i I May 6, at 7:30 p. m. H. C. RITCH, Owner

    Selma Thompson, who preceded -:Starke Elks Hold
    I NOTICE OF APPMrVTIOFOK
    him in death. He was in i T\ DEED PHONE STARKE. FLA.
    RADIO the construction business and wasa Monday MeetingAmong ,! "...... nnl b'.. t"". ,
    .
    : member of the First Christian I! ... J.WU
    the members who at-
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    AND Church of Miami. j tended the Monday night meetingof L L RE. FR.E I

    !I Survivors, in addition to his I the B.P.O.E. No. 1802 at the COUNTY COMMISSIONER |

    TELEVISIONSales brother, include a son, Verl Man- i]Elk's Lodge was Billy Noegel, who i:

    \ ire. Miami; a sister, Mrs. Mary M. j just returned from a speaking.To His Friends: '

    F" :Brannen, Jacksonville; and three j tour in the southern part of the I I Thank you, thank you for the J Thank You I

    grandchildren. j state on behalf of Acting Governor :,very fine vote and loyal support

    I Services were held Tuesday at ,Charley Johns. ,:given me in the First Primary,
    and Service II
    I the First Christian Church, Starke, Brother J. D. Doyle, past exalted I Tuesday, May 4, 1954.

    ,.. :with Rev. Homer Swindall officiating -I ruler is recuperating from a Now that the field has been narrowed

    224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida I Burial was at the Hampton i major operation at St. Vincent's to two candidates for the Fellow Citizens

    Cemetery. second primary on May 25, I earn-
    __ _, -- l = I II Hospital in Jacksonville.: He is
    I, I recovering and will welcome vis- :estly solicit the vote and support

    HIXSOX THANKS VOTERS i I[:itors. i jof. those who may have voted for I

    I wish to express my apprecia- i Father Turner the eliminated candidate on May 4. ,
    Harry -
    I chaplain ,
    Sell It Rent h Trade It' ton for the votes and support ac- ,i left Monday night for New I also humbly solicit the continued I

    corded me in tte primary election;.|I York; he will be gone about a active support and vote of those !i

    of Tuesday. I will long rememberthe month, and will officiate at several .who assisted me in the First Pri- of Bradford County
    'I
    'WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED many kindnesses and consider- i wedding in his family. mary, as well as all others who be- I

    ,,ation shown me during the campaign ]I! lieve in a fair and upright ad- ;

    .--Henry B. (Dick) Hinson i ]ministration of the office. I

    Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place :Jim Chasteen Reports |. Your vote and support will be Thank you for the confidence expressed in me by your overwhelmingvote

    Warehouse Additions appreciated and if re-elected I will :
    W. C. T. U. 1!continue to conduct myself and to : on May 1As long as I live I shall ever be grateful and take deep

    RADIOS UU'AIKED 'TF.l-Waltre s at.. New King I i Jim Chasteen, of Brownlee and administer the affairs of the county -' in the wonderful the of home I
    ) Uearh. Must I) over 21 yrs. I' pride vote given me by people my county.
    l. "NO MATTER HOW GOOD
    All M*kr._- All t1..d fall Green i'o\e Springs 2711 \ Chasteen. reports that the addi- in a manner that will be wor- ,'

    Ii,._..abl.:1l.\. .iUkiM t.. IIutl.U1.nU- KU; inquire at l-tl.h. :Strhg 5/14 YOUR AIM IS IN LIFE YOU'LL tion to the warehouse and offices thy of the confidence which you Your loyal support has given me renewed faith to continue the fight

    .' lIIarlo.e .' NOT SCORE A HIT IF YOUR has good people of Bradford County
    tikiV. 'aU t.IF S.\l..E-Sw..t potato draws been completed and a cucumber for a greater and more prosperous Florida. I am confident that with
    AMMUNITION IS WET!
    have placed in me.
    ALWAYS '\ per thousand Oti- Ad.ui and pepper waxing and I
    piano YOU HVVU but somehow never '. Hoad. Starke;; :tp 57 i grading machine installed. i i i' :My family joins me in this note your help together we will go forward to a great victory at the

    tei All you one. need 1 ha\e is a a piano Miiall lor R RENT-Unfurnished house. In. I Chasteen states that his company .'of appreciation. polls on May 25.

    tuymenl and good credit. At at Bus Station. tfIJTJ. ,, is ready to start operationnext Respectfully yours.
    me the tavor of L. L. Renfroe '
    give $ COLONIAL week depending improvement I'
    little on an -
    )ou, 1 have a nice D BOOM. JR. County Commissioner
    .
    piano and a good used II\\OLF. \OIHCVTTLK in the pow price of cu ; (
    piano, you ohuuld knoW 4M HOGS! Bradford County. i iI i
    J. ; \\ cumbers. Sincerely
    it rite to: Mr. t; SILKS! I .. ,
    'it n. Del.. Gainesville. Fla. Live Oak Kh Wf'dnt'.aJ' NOTlC OP 4PPIirTIOV -
    C..lnf'11Ie Each Friday FLORIST FOR TAX DEED I S 5
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    )" .1\ t.s(-'1V.O bedroom I house Still No. 1MI2 .i ;
    .urnu.lI"d house. V IUJuV- RENT-Apt. No. I. Three com Notice is hereby gi\fn that P Y. I It fr YOUR FRIENDCHARLEY
    ,,,!epnllnt:. H. t;. ,1unuorl. furnished rooms and bath. I I : MONUMENTSLOWEST t tPaxon. the holder of the following ]
    ,;:I.J, kitchen. air conditioning FLOWERSFor i(certificates has filed paid certlfi- i
    de!ired. shady lawn. Adults. cates for a tax deed to be ipsued'thereon. '
    V, :INTEL) cp."nced rs. L. M. Clark. Rt. 1. Box %-C. All Occasions The certificate nuraWrst'
    PRICES
    'liu Dig tit or sundaY wurk. ! Sagg>i HenaurautLAWN lJwlI\ttb Ih'hg"A: & on Best-ant Rd. tfchg FINEST of the property and the names I
    3 QUALITYI
    PHONE 213 I lin which It was assessed are as tol-
    .Inw!!- i iI
    3,..WEl MOWER for bedroom\T-Furnlihl'd apartment N and glassed-in
    the hour at Tm> s *: : sleep I 195!. '
    lion.jy Temple A\e porch. large living room. Setting In Or Near .Description of Property Blk 6
    and dinnette. 46 South I Park of SEt, I
    Hampton in NE4
    .'011 SALE:: acres, :s or apply at Tuck's Auto Cafe. (i) STARKEWrite I I Section 31, S\Vi4 of XWi, & W-,
    .can trees. Ideal for tf I of NWI4 of SWVj Section 32 T '
    lug or Trailer Park some ) I s. n. 2: E.
    limbet .Located: \4 mile SALE-Six-room house on two Name' In which assessed: Mrs. Sarah :1-- JOHNS
    City limits out right or C14 s:. 7th St. Phone SO DISH GARDENS Brugger. : I
    road. Write Box I Fla. 3tp 5/7 i All of said property being in the
    }Jik"rm' or oall 116-W. :3tp ,. POTTERY !!Bounty of Bradford, State of Flori- 1
    RENT-Four room furnished da.
    .*'OR RENT-Five room with bath. hot and cold I L'nless such certificate or certificates !- _w 1I
    house on Highway :SOI water. See William Sil- POTTED PLANTS shall be redeemed accordingto Jes.i JaM, !.Ialsiski
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    g.
    from Morgan's Barber Rt. 1, Starke. Stp 511 For Free Folder law the property described in I ,
    l"' ttch. UU 2. Box 51. i such certificate or certificates will SMi CM?***lUMpr {Twi'NtitUflUi) Sidi CMf >t TIMW I
    Flowers WiredAnywhere be snld to the highest bidder at the .
    SPANIEL puppy. Owner i: ATL\NTICMLMORIALS.IXC _ _
    FOR RENT-Furnished court house door on the first M"n 1-
    bedroom screened porch II : ha\e by identif tng, Call i fSTASUSHED 1933 day in month of June 1S34. whichis
    ette and bath. Roll top ItchsI the 7 day of June. 1954. \
    _al". Mrs. Tttu Olson. I Dated this 5 day of May. 1954.
    Nona St. Starke 715 rCUJT ST. ...
    RENT Upper and lowvr I OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles Darby
    FOR RENT-Two furnished 5 I nts at 114 W Madison SIh'f'ly I "Aa: ONVIm, ROI10A I Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford -
    room apartments II 4 S. (' furnished $40 per month k.q County. Florida.
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Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 1954
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0 = .4 Z c: i! LeRoy Collins are
I .I. I I I I I I + 0 ford County supporters was elected 1 renewing their efforts m Florida's
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r to a full six-year term as Circuit turbulent Governor's race after

F \' 'OR I Judge of the Eighth Judicial eliminating their other rival, J.

520 1374 777 63 212 101 60 191 68 3366 District by a 10,170 to fcjeo? ma- Brailey Odham, m Tuesday's first

j >11in3 6 47 4t 2 8 5 2 6 11 131 jority over his opponent WilburF. primary.

I'| 28 71 38 3 21 13 0 8 3 191 Anderson. Johns received the support of
I Judge Patten's victory marginwas almost the entire northern half of

I ( T JUDGE I due largely to his 10 to one, the state, including a comfortable
I landslide in Bradford County. The r 10 to one lead in Bradford County
58 98 66 5 32 9 5 22 6 301 I I
two candidates split Alachua to build up a 32,000 vote edge
I>i 412 1317 749 46 190 101 50 153 69 3087 I j County's large blcok of votes I over Collins. Collins received

;> COMXL, I squarely down the middle leaving I I

P 1 !the outcome hinging on the candi-
Bradford County, with a oath -
sry 26 100 54 4 12 7 4 8 5 220 ,dates' two home countiesBradford 'e son in the race for Governor I

202 436 295 9 74 34 and Levy.Bradford .
7 15 21 1093. outvoted the rest" of Florida
| 159 572 307 19 75 37 3 96 39 13071 County delivered a percentagewise ia Tuesday's -
t i handsome 3018 to 295 lead to Pat-
COMM., | election. A total of
ten which Anderson was unableto
I ; 2 3,688ot n (70 per cent of
j match in Levy, his home coun-
I 108 353 236 8 61 27 8 34 21 856 ty. Anderson's margin 1.Levy.. the 5,121 registered here) wentto

rter 276 777 442 35 117 69 39 108 47 1910 was 2479 to 578, giving him only' the polls in the county's
eight precincts. In Florida; ana
4+1 s ks7 "TY COMM., a five to one lead.
I !i T.2 | Baker and Union Counties both i whole only slightly more
I than 50 per rent of the voters
i 221 445 273 24 63 37 22 39 27 1151 turned in sizable majorities for
went to the polls. modiesho'pl'S
II i Lawson 104 306 273 21 78 26 9 34 26 877 Patten to insure his victory. I I Spa.
I[ ; during the day probably
I, I)' 135 634 236 6 40 31 27 89 22 1220 The vote by counties: !I kept a few local voters

-- 1 ,!!': ; COMM., i Patten Anderson I front toting.
-. ', II '' i Alachua 4390 4378
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aJ.7f'Brooker' :>*I.-'. "" _.y.I_-? .. !Baker 932 378 I most of his support from Miami
--"J : 118 235 159 3 36 11 2240 6 630 3013 295
i j Bradford and Florida's Gold Coast. Both
the thriving West I ; Chastain 141 724 343 53 131 39 30 104 47 1612 I I Gilchrist 361 657 I candidates ran about even in the

making great strides of I : I Hinson 163 313 277 11 66 63 5 35 16 949SCHOOL Levy 578 2479 Tampa area.I

setback late Wednesday | ) BOARD.IIST. I Union 891 420
I Late returns show Johns with
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valued at close to 1 I Total 10, 170 8,607
ing plant
: i /249.712 votes, Collins 217,659, and
stroyed Vtv-oJ fire. ( | Kelly 95 410 301 19 63 38 40 94 38 1106 I Odham 186,429. Johns received

j: Norman 149 398 219 4 64 23 4 42 17 925 !iStorke Market 3.366 votes in Bradford County to
The plant was in full operation, : |t j
with three men on duty, when I i ; > 'I Starling 296 506 218 20 53 25 10 21 15 1164 i lead the ticket Collins drew 13'

the fire was discovered about 5:10': ; ; SCHOOL BOARD, (Prepares Itself I votes and Odham 191.

p.m. Origin of the blaze is yet I ; I DIST. 3 Odham attempted to throw his

undertermined although company I.I : 156 539 367 21 84 46 33 10 39 1295 For Corn Crop |j''I support to Collins when he conceded -

officials said it could have been his defeat, but only the re-
I r Douglas 47 118 78 9 14 8 4 81 3 362 i I

caused by a static charge. Itj I! ;. 115 173 91 13 27 12 4 99 16 556 :i ii ii I Preparing for what is hoped' sults of the second primary can
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determine what effect his statement
started in the roof of the "cake 233 15 62 :32 21 10 11 1004 season the -
i 1room" ,: Sapp 129 494 will be a good crop '
where refuse meal from the i i ] I I SCHOOL BOARD, I(i Farmer's Market was busy this I will have. The two candidates -
tung nut crushing operation (is I ;t will be fighting apathy in
: week installing a corn pre-cooling
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stored. I I the second primary since many
I I H. Lawson 243 753 461 34 132 60 38 83 31 1835 ,' machine, lining up buyers, and I Iof the state's key local races were

The fire spread rapidly throughout -, Mansion.'P't r Long 199 581 298 H 58 33 10 79 38 1310 moving a small volume of strawberries decided Tuesday. I
the plant and was alreadyout Irish potatoes, and string i
'I l"BL1CAN. I t Johns led in 49 counties, ColLns
of control at Uu time it was f | I]t GO"ERXORCompton ...4I I beam, Market Manager M. L. in 15 and Odham in three. Johns 1

discovered. Unable to cope with i Judd reports. I' ,
I I 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 .0 0 5 captured every county in the
the situation, the one-truck Brooker A total of 406 crates of berries
northern half of the state
fire department sent out an j Watson Q 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 were sold this week, with $6.50 except I
I Collin's Home county of Leon and
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alarm to surrounding towns and high and $5 low bringing growers its neighboring county Jifarson.
equipment from Starke, Lake I [ j a total of $2,151.80 revenue. This
Butler, and Gainesville was rushed : Washington-Bound Seniors Depart j brings to $86,041 the total amount !
I I BHS Senior
into the losing battle. Also j realized by berry growers for the Play

brought to the scene was all I I r I On Four-Day Educational Tour season. ,Presented At USO

available equipment of the coun- i j One hundred hampers of Irish
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ty's forest control unit. 1 I I I I Fortv-one Bradford High School May 14 |j i potatoes were sold. with prices The culmination a long and
I from $1.25 $1.50 40 tedious but well-rewarded, task
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ranging
I for the will be
Although at one pint a tearful I seniors and three chaperones will:, Chaperones trip
woman' said it looked like the I i the Silver Meteor Tuesday ;,Mr. C. S. Partin. Mrs. L. A. Canova. i',hampers I of string beans hroueht came last Thursday and Friday

I for a four-day trip to Washington, '; and Mrs. T. F. Landrum.i I growers prices of $1.75 to $2.50. 'nights April 29 and 30 when the

Jack Detweiler I I[ D. C. According to Mrs. T. T j I I Seniors making the trip are: :| Buyers M. E. Brown and Bob Senior Class! of Bradford High

II I Long co-ordinator for the trip.)i( Archie Carmichael Ben North. Turner are expected at the market School presented its class play

;I it will mark the first time that Levy Canova,Max Furlong, Wayne about May 17, when it is expected "The Little Dog Laughed" in the

Rejoins Telegraph sI j s BHS class has ever made an out-I! Edwards Tom Gill. Richard Hen- '; that the first crops will be har- USO.

I :I 'of-state educational tour. Ii j ji demon, Wayne Matchett, Richard ,,: vested. Dan Navillo has not vet 1 A three-act comedy designed to

John S. (Jack) Detweiler, who : Kuhn. Ned Prinple, A. A. Smith. reported whether he will be on the tickle your funnybone, it met
i The tour will cost $46.75 per
was associated with the Telegraph > i Vernon Teston. Sidney Strickland platform this season. All'stalls, with grand success and pleased a
student for hotel meals, and I
before being called to duty with transportation. The student puts Lavon Leu-is. C W. Slade Eugene!('I with the exception of two have large audience on both perfor-

the Army's Transportation Corpsin Tanner, Lewis Wise. ,;been rented. :manCe nights.
July 1952 is "back at the old up $15, and the Senior Class pays i I ,' Edward G. Altman, local high
Roberts, Charles New- Corn well satisfied
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,,the balance of $31.75. The trip includes Doyal growers are
litand"I school English teacher, directedthe
I : a tour of all of the traditional mans, Tom Smith, Pauline Gay. !I with their crop so far Manv
Detweiler rejoined the Telegraphstaff I report that their corn 'is the production of the light farce
of interest in Wash-
points Kathy Kelly Ann Crosby, Ann
Monday following his releaseby i "prettiest they ever saw". Worm assisted by :Miss Sandra Cham-
the Army from Ft- Eustis, Va. ,ington. Johns, Janice Dansby, Agnes free corn is bringing about $2.75 bers, student director. The cast

where he served as a lieutenant in i i The trip was planned by the Lawson, Marcia Hazen Jimmy on the southern markets now. included: Pauline Gay, Janice

the Transportation Center during Seaboard Air Line Railroad: which Cole Joyce Morgan, Nancy Du- Dansby. Richard Henderson, C. W.

his 21-month hitch. After receiving 'I i I has scheduled for the Silver Norma Gonzalez. Marian Hender- t Recent Birth Slade, Ann Johns, Eugene Tanner -

a special course in stevedoring. !{I I Meteor to pick the students up pre, Fay Paulk, Martha Landrum, i j Marion Henderson Billy
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LL Detweiler was promoted to : at the Starke station at 2:56 p. Annette Green. Mary J. Futct 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner an- Henderson, Ann Crosby, Mary

senior instructor of the course, a m. Tuesday May 11. The Silver son, Jeanette Blount, Jackie nounce the birth of a daughter, Julia Futch Frances Dodd, Jim-

position comparable to that of aj! Meteor will return the studentsto Green, Bonnie Clark. and Gladys Kay, on Tuesday May 4. in St. mie Cole Gladys Bundy. Loretta

\, principal for a 400-student school. Starke at 10:08: a. m., Friday. Bundy. 'Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville. Kelly and John Morden.

Detweiler graduated from the f

School of Journalism at the University .
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of Florida in 1952 and ...
came to work for the Telegraph I

immediately. He graduated with : '
high honors and received several 4 t
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Journalism awards of merit duringhis .. k y.I r
college career. }
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Before reporting for acU'eduty f '
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with the Army. Detweilerwas i .r" fx .

married to Miss Patsy Piercyof c ,, o
Jacksonville. He and his wife
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will reside in Starke in the ())t- i.1?*
tage-apartment of Mrs. R. S. Fer- Ij

randez on Water St. ,, I j

Detweiler is the son of Mr. and

Mrs. J C. Detweiler of Keystone .iwtg

heights. Mr. Detweiler is a
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technical superintendent with I

Humphreys Gold Corporation. r
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Junior Band Concert '

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Bradford High School t

Junior Band Concert held Sunday !
The story of "The Big Hail" is told in pictures by the Telegraph's
In city park was so well .
attended that BHS's Band Director i I Record Hail Hits Area
Gay A. Rimert, announces his Far left: Children at the Alvin Farr home near the Farmers Market -

plans for two more free concertsto I get "('old feet" standing barefooted in the Ice that cohered their

be held there during May. yard several inches deep.
The Senior Band will appear
Center (top): Charlie Cooper stands in his bedraggled corn field
again on May 16, and the Junior ;;
Pand will play on May 23. Rimert which he described as a total loss. Cooper also lost a fine planting

explains that the Senior Band is of pepper. Neighbors told him they hadn't seen anything like this ia
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made up of qualified players from 0 )'ears.

the seventh to 12th grades, and I; Right: A study in black and white small colored boy kneels to
the Junior Band is made of 'J
up ;, ': scoop up some of the white balls which are the nearest thing he has
players from the third to 10th \ I
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grades. ee, ever seen to saow. .

Rimert adds that approximately : Lower renter: Jim and Brenda Lewis children of Mr. and Mrs.

75 students will take time from James A. Lewis make; a snowball from pellets banked along railroad
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their musical activities this weekend i i : tr track. In distance is thick cloud of vapor uhjch rose from the k-e-

to attend the Senior Band i covered area a* sun cam out following fctorm. The steam '"tM *odense :

picnic at Jacksonville Beach on (' i! that autos burned tights to keep from colliding with oaf tber. I
Saturday from 8 m. to 4:30
a p. ; Residents of the refrigerated area had to sleep I under hear., ver v
m Two buses will be used to i !
.J'.l.Lr'.ld; Yinu't, Phtuft )) t1t 'l"el..graph- a cold mass of air spread out for miles in all directions. I
transport the students.

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vvvvvYTTTTTT1T7TTYTTTVTTI !rother-in-law ana sifter, Mr. pleasant surprise. Last Wednw-!!;:preach"amo-= is c.c : :!hero.
BRADFORD E L MATTHEWS and Mrs. Winfred Harris to see day we had come of the H'ig-ha.td preach,j tht tr-tth. HM :i ijal. i1s.

LONG BRANCH Evelyn Harris 'who ia in the b..a- folks with ta at prayer nneth j .=oiscd a.a Surdz 1
COUNTY '!! 1fi. EDITOR p taJ with polfcv We hope this> I Brother llvw..v and Brother Har-i| teacher S-tdy n.o ... i'ig! I Ij !Ii j i k 1.6

PUBLISHER by Mrs. J. u IttjddAnd: !girl will soon fas well and suffer!;dee were with us m th$ in.e?* t j i do believe in o.jinf any I very
TELEGRAPH no ill effects from this dread!j of the Vacation Pibiu School. Wsh :IwiU wcrj- in this 3 .1i per-

and Jimmy unr i i disease. j i ;& $'t decided yet it wt will try.I sion.. oo:l't lie l*V'! j Well,

OLDEST n-ORIDA: WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD AAAAAAAAAAAAAAIIAtAA2AA1Alt i it B. :E. rairctoth spent Sunday j one Ut the Lor-g Branch CJUurcnor lend! give U3 a try: aJoag
with daughter, I/rs. NtliteWSkinson. !';mte ./itfc the Highland Church." !
matter the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under Our safety meeting at hay HiD: this I I *Lea UIe' WiIk r :
Published every Friday and entered as second class at Put "e ,via!! do one or the ctter.i' rt'S I
school I with us agate St'ciay.
was ,
the Aet of March S, 1879. very interL'Stingand Mr. Baker from Keyn'.nc HeigVUwas !
lost
a good crowd of the pations were l ) Bill Lang :and baby spenta jr>e Ji vto'tlrj her b
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present. Mr. Chesser : the in-j few d.1yst.>. Bill's parentlast also with us. We aU 9-2'Jyt i I haQ., om.: very Q> ii I
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MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION the :l-fsoa for the evening.'
I troductory speech, and Mr. Est-j we<)c, wee Bin tx tnplet.lhis : i I ';'h' were 1G/ new : :( -
haul to Ctf4: U. lift dove; ; We had 79( in Sunday School 1 J
ridge, from the Safety Department -!i | (I oF t,1 YtenezPr a'urCh: sup-
And Now For The Second Primary gave the main lecture. All! one of the long 1 ha 1.r tr&n3-I i last Sunday with several victors. } 3ur..i&y afternoon to : I t
seemed to be impressed by the!!post trucks. Tlss: a the firs! traiRlcbard and we had interesting lessons : ,
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place m ?
rallied the dbly due to over-confidence brought about lecture and enjoyed the i i .!l*. Oi&ce'! 1\- teen,; '
Bradford County to supportof picture We have lost three members There was a lat&s )&' its candidate for Governor and its candidate by results of pre-election polls that showed show. The one to receive the prize! this gJAd'uli. iCtnkl.fi:J. L. StrickknJ Ourr;!'since the list report. Erot.1elfikeU !unt, amajg them our (:. lack!
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fine in Tuesday's the Starke candidate with a wider marginover in the Clay Hill School for the;i tailed KI at |' Eocne ..ia I
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for Circuit Judge in style and si .?f. Faye !&ghnd, one ay i it73t } and faaaly have left ua. i l. :i1'oVL.,I
primary election, rewarding each with his running mates than was actuallythe best poster was Cecil Mosley. a;j .k. that back t9', .... -.. _-_._- .
i i vtt tY pirta cs erriCcd I 11 L. I
Ruben Kos

cast more In than the ninety county's per eight cent precincts.For of the total. vote even case went in as the far as light to predict vote Tuesday.a first primary Some ley's second-grade son. The pupil poster was a very i i Hems-y ,' again. We are thankxlw !WI I
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neat piece of work, and Cecil' haven't lost any mor-1 mem-il ; V :I N G
decision victory for the Acting Governor. Such reports '
Circuit Judge Patten Tuesday's j was very proud of the 51.00 bill(Leslie and :?Joel K'-U, aG from t rer3, and that we have gjtxl .t-:
at the polls meant victory, since with are soothing to listen to, but they are !he received. We met the daughtersof Starktt 'he afierrttco..titrs : a tendance. ThereV re 47 le ions i 1 -. -' -

only two men in the rare there will be no not condusive to 'bringing forth the best efforts -i two friends we have known for' rest:Jy. studied Of course, sll know we Jo; LOCAL --j;; PHONE :

second primary. It was a nice victory, with of supporters of a candidate. I years, and these friends. Crews, We wst lee.-nt-i I that not B3 iorg I not fount the little ff-Uow :as il OR fiependable
the judge's "home folks" pitching in to help In the second primary the Johns camp Wainwriffht and A. E. Mat ::ago one "' the state EducationaltruiKs i stut'.ing then lessons. -f *,-e dl him to the extent of their ability. They will not be lulled by reports that paint too I well, told these d lIghten to look I: con'aining animals end we would have tiniest we hu--! \ EtononuaJ;

were convinced that h? had made a good rosy a picture. Although the Acting Governor j us up and let u know they remember I bit a called at the Clay biil school;j jI red percent lessons studied 'i.at, I 8Agents R; B. AlvarezTRANSFER OR f

judge in the eleven months since his appoint- had a substantial: lead over the runnerup us.Vt' we remember I i I and <,tent some time there for the little fellows w .j canoe For I
those friends too, and wish to A man ANI/ t
we the children inspect. make much headway s'udyin ales 250
ment to fill the urexpired! term of the late supporters of Johns in Bradford and I 'I Tkteher Bros,
could see them and talk with;explained the habits f'i U.e different <;o:1. There were "> -3! STORAGE CO.
Union Counties, well as throughout the 'I ,. ......
Judge Adkins, and they helped to spread as them more thanve did. They species to the children. We brought; again wef .-, a -" t
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the word throughout the district. state must put forth their most strenuous were all connected with the safe-; ire glad that our little school is I Vr, go.\tl rtrd.: : .
Congratulations are in order for Judge efforts and leave nothing to chance if victory ty program. I!' mportant t-nongh to merit th? Rev. HigJ- from '1'h' 1 i il STORAGE I

Patten and his friends throughout the district is to be achieved. I Pete Griffis of Maxville. also:rttF'ition it gees *''(' m the rt pan- i jus.[ the m s age u onung f
forward to his serving Although Odham, the eliminated candi-I went of edur i ion We d liketo ''a- d Sandevirag.. \\v '
look pglt
many yearsin Bun Griffis' wife are on the sick I 1 ? 'I{ Per: vroan Bldji: S Court st Starke h'lorUtaIcooK's
ha been traditionally date, quickly announced that he know ve are on the map ar \ sag tIe.a ther yiu'; ...
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office ;;
this list, were going to the doctor I II H\. A.J! "' .pIiiIJIf JWIj f
at-I bos and if
his to Collins that our girls ever ---
located in Starke for half a century. tempt to swing supporters when we were there last Friday.We .; (
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Governor CharleyE. is extremely doubtful as to just how effec- '
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II wish them a speedy recovery. .. 'J'.portant situ?; :: ;
Johns, second primary will be necessaryand tive such an effort on the part of a defeated .
a We missed Mrs. O J. Anderson i Th", f T. .of the Clay Hu
undoubtedly his "home folks" will now candidate can be. After giving their support I from our Sunday School class: Siool 'A",!) ir- 't--zy 11 at 7:3J: :1 I

redouble their already vigorous efforts to to a candidate voters are apt to feel they I Sunday: she is in the County A't were &;:'& 11 crr.ed, and it watarinnoed.

assure victory at the polls on May 25. A have discharged their responsibility to him. I Hospital in Jacksonville. We hope; :. n-ouki Beet My JI'.e l :

second primary is always a gruelling ordeal and may even resent his trying to tell them I she will soon be able to be withus hot-e v.* 'lave 'i-: late s-'h'LOW

and the. forthcoming one certainly will be how to vote after he has been eliminated. and in perfect health again ,

no picnic for anyone concerned. It means But one thing is certain Governor Willie Padgett's wife, Shirley. : H( T ll! 'i rr ?' (
three more weeks of hard campaigning fort Johns knows that he is entering the second went to Maxville Rtlnd.tte go i-ali i ; fc v. ::.' t
to the Hope Hv',"i Hospital with T!: '0> ; r. :1.1 J4'. 'flrt't: .
Jjien Thursday Afe&ns
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> e Governor who seems to'be able to takein primary battle with the solid backing of more her mother, Mrionium 1 an*: .. .r.i; .. ", --1f
stride a rigorous schedule of campaigningand than ninety per cent of the voters of the "" Five De*f,very SericeM t I 1

official duties that would cause many a two counties comprising his senatorial dis- M _. "..-- .,. -...._... __
nan to break under the strain. trict Bradford and Union. That should rF. III ':i'

Undoubtedly many local supporters of be inspiration for him to re-enter the fray : :, ;:.-..'"''''* 'J ffl --i; '.= .. ,s:,',.;. .: .'" -, .' .-",._"'- _':.. : : ,.
Governor Johns did not put forth their with renewed courage and faith in ultimate t1 J'T --

fullest efforts in the first primary prob- victory.this t .
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.. .. ..YTTY..9 weekend. -and Mrs. Howard Wait have returned i AS P" pino: II ( S

Mrs. E. A. Gainey and sister. to the Woodins home in I $1)0 da'Otaa< 39c. I

BROOKERBy Mrs. Hull, were visiting Mr. and Crawford New Jersey. Mrs. Wait i l : I L i iI
Mrs. R. H. Green Sunday. is staying with her parents for' .'
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Joyce Scholl of Starke was" the a week. I I :s I
Polly Wait Jr. .INCLUDING 2 BaiCKHSS
weekend guest of Katherine Har- Lubedia Pinholster attended the ; I
J .With io.W- Order, Over)
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.Gene .)I wedding of Miss Jo Francis Crot- fii; Lrea- Pfi. RMS 4.otl'\t.. r

rell.Mr.. and Mrs. Z. Z. Hazen of ty, daughter of the former Miss ?, '?'!; '-;,-; ,;:.l't ITi t
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Edwards was honored on ,a -'"' .o."t :; c .; ,_ ... _
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Starke, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Hazen Josephine Chisser of this city. Spacious Rooms Excellent Cabr. Golf Cmr I
Ws tenth birthday with a party I ,
given in his honor by his mother, of Gainesville, and Janie Hazen The ceremony was performed in I 2 Private Pools Co bane* frivota Le. i ; Doeskin Facial For
:Mrs. Ernest Edwards, Monday : of Ocala, were visiting Mr. and i the Spring Field Presbyterian ,I /" ISSU E 2 23' :
afternoon. I I Mrs. Aubrey Hazen recently. i church of Jacksonville.The i J Putting Green Intimate Cockio? La:. r.ge 1)0"9

Those who attended were Bruce ': Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges Jr.1 bride wore white net lace ; .?: Q.j Planned Entertainment Fishermen's rrfj/H. .---. -. __..,...a.'hife -.,._.......... I
I' and son Randy are home for a over bridal satin with tulle veil !
and Stevie Tinney, Andy Phil, :
and Ann Gainey, Linda Gayle! few days visiting 'their parents, I secured to a pearl tiara. She!. ;1 For R.*.rvati.ft* & his," B REA n }
Green, Mary Jane and Patty Big- Rev. and Mrs. Orville Brookins E.I carried a white Bible with white I write :r win Rush S IrY".Ct4,jeans LI5Ct i
of Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. t
bam Jeanne and Susie Wait, Wes orchids and lilies of the valley. .
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ley Kelley, Eddie and Deborah W. Hodges of Brooker. II I Her matron of honor wore pink ........... "b.A I,
Douglas, Jean Endicott, Jimmy Mrs. E. W. Hodges left net over taffeta with matching '- Dixie !
Thurs-I J Oz
Lily
Anderson, Joyce Suggs, Lenox I day for a three weeks head piece. She carried blue del- ,. :. : R ICE F 60 69ct i

KeHey. Mrs. Howard Douglas and her daughter and family Mr. and i phyniums. The brides maid wore v. .'.,._ < H tt't. :1 t
Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. I Mrs. W. C. Davis of Columbia. I blue net over taffeta with head- :, -- .-' 0, J
S. C. Mr. and Mrs. Davis are the piece and she carried. pink snap- > '.: .-, ------ .- ',, ,.-.:. ''' .. '' '.' ,
Miss Louise Kelley from St I THE --- 'Dm "9- :.:;;,,,'J ,,,,1I .-j; r'"f', ,; .f':;-, .".-.._-.._ -,, .- : .r.;:
Petersburg and her fiance Paul proud parents of a new little girl, dragons.A n.D i
the Velitta Ann. reception followed the cere- ; I
Harrison of Gainesville were l"L4tX5iia ,
weekend guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosbyand mony at the church. The couple.I /Ya i .
L. L Dyal this weekend. son Jimmy of Starke were will reside in Jacksonville. ,1 CRAIG M.)itt Bleach ;: ViC

Jackie Dyal of Jacksonvillewns the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I Monday night guest of Mrs. formerly the Sheraton beach Hotei!

home visiting her parents, I Lloyd Barry recently.Mrs. were Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwards I :
: G. B. Colson and Mr. C. f&fJ
Eva Harrell and daughter. Yvonne
:Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal, this i
J. Crews were in Gainesville Sat- 'of Worthington Mr. S. I. Edwards iI I
weekend.Mr. ,
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urday. and daughter-in-law and .IOI
and Mrs. Spencer Colson .. ..
end daughters of Lake City visited Mr. Ralph Nettles, who is the little son, Clay of Tampa. ,,.n'I! :i't'iIiE: ,;;, r.-_'- ;,:.J..c.- t;;..._. -."_' ,. -_.'" ,.-.'\. ." -.:
the Brooker Farmers
of
manager i
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson Market spent the weekend with I I I I HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS i DOES YOUR RANGE KoyaGem 14-ox Bot
this weekend. CAT
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his family in Adel, Ga. I I The following patients were ad- \ 121,2C
ilr. and Mrs. Jerry Shortnet I| Mr. and Mrs. Jake Parrish and mitted to Doctor's Clinic Hos- 'f

and sons, Jerry and John of I daughter Peggy of Ocala wereI pital during the past week: Mrs. ; HAVE THIS WANDFL'hIIg1CghCFFEATUI -# .... 'hi _. r ..__ I
Jacksonville Beach were visitingMr. I visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas Buford Hart, Mrs. :Mary B. Whitehead -

and Mrs. G. B. Colson Sun- and family yesterday. both of Raiford; Mrs. E i Er iI : fiLLS I & I
day. James Hamilton is home on A. Fipps and Mrs. C. A. Gay 4H3F
Mrs M. M. Gano and daughters I leave from Norfolk, Va. for two Brooker; Mrs. Irene Perrin, Pa- :ii
Cherry Beth and Sally were visi- weeks I latka; Mrs. C. B. Williams. G I "_ ., j
ting Mr. and Mrs. R F. Gano j Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hamilton l
W. Strickland. Mrs. Carrie Mae I
this weekend. of St. Petersburg are visiting Mr. I,|j Bryant Mrs. W. E. Thigpen Mrs ..1--.. SQUASH Frssh Lb 3 C !
:Mrs. Clara Cone of Jacksonville and Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton. I' Evelyn Bagwell and Mary Louise i
was visiting the R. H. Greens Mr and Mrs. W. E. Woodin Haines all of Starke.

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day a roomy new kitchen with loads of ..
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Your Mf.Stfwith: the 1953 AIgI I: '6 :
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% $100 per mu. Price 348f .

I will pay for all' material? I[LESS TRADE-IN -- ; .-.' .. ..- .. I
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;:-.AiJl'ORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAXXE :+ rGAtt' \ T.4GEII&L' f
FRIDAY MAY 7, 19M
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\I* Cimtt Court:,:;*4fo.<* C.esr- ; t f>atalaa.-. 'arrl.Jj more orYbla k'a.t- -
I FtorMa la CVnuwytff.Roser&ary ; 24 day c: Mr '. 15; l\ tKf- re. to command,. y,'.t ,
: ,. of saw and each cl'J U'. And h: ,
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SOIL CONSERVATION !s. Alexander,8 J. BctUweU. D ten<*ai.u'f. I lyoaipialat w ul b) .*X.'. is con- ty not ifled *.a'a'"ea ; fcie I Ia
I ftutfcU by you. co py .t"1 -*" i"!wer ortt.fto.- ,
Octet Of PslHv-atioa COM And'dtrY.re'9IArpear No.llC.44. 1 This not.ce snail '_' published plea tl> the tiplaint oil >