Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 28, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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r ; Crawford, Starling, And Sapp ElectedIn Collins Defeats Johns On Strength

Close Fought Bradford County Race

s Of Heavy Dade County Vote Margin

y A Heavy voting marked the close froe carried the county's six other

ol Bradford County's local con- precincts and the absentee ballots -

tests which saw all three of the but his margin was so small in

leaders in the first primary go each case that it did not make up I COMPLETE ELECT( N RETURNS Acting Governor Repeats Sweep

down to defeat.E for the 159-vote spread that Craw-
L. Crawford edged out the ford received in South Starke.
:Of Northern Florida PrecinctsActing
1U.LtIIj incumbent, L. L. Renfroe. in a nip- Dan W. Starling and Ethan S. I

and-tuck race that was not de- Sapp were victories in the School) I ...:Q c. ..:C1 :: e! iY '
I C C v Governor Charley E. Johns went down
cided until the absentee ballots ;r to defeat
Board races. Starling had a 1886 j y = ; == .
were counted. Crawford had 1839 to 1585 margin over his opponent.H. ; z T. -; E t l s g :: ..: before an onslaught of South Florida votes that carried Sen.

votes ro Renfroe's 1833. C. Kelly. Starling's 281-vote I 4 z it C.. =:$ poc: z =.. :: N LeRoy Collins to victory by over 66,000 votes.

r-rawford received his strongest margin was the largest recordedin 1 t eI I I I I I t 0 Final tallies show Collins with 375,555 votes to 303,910
support in South Starke and the three county races. ... ,.. poci' I'I for Johns. Johns carried 43 counties (six less than the. first

Hampton both of which he ear Sapp totalled 1851 votes to 1654 GOVERNOR I i primary) to 25 for Collins. Bradford and Union
1 Counties,
ned in the first primary. Ren- for his opponent, Stafford L. Collins 26 107 74 2 23 21 2 15 8 278 I[i John's senatorial district, bettered

Brooker Market Crews. Sapp made the biggest Johns 546 1484 79G 69 218 109 62 195 83 3562 The Vicfor--- 'their!, first primary vote margins

comeback of the three local winners CO. cox.Crawford. 1 Johns. Bradford gave Johns

Still In Lull making up a 300 vote deficitin !! 268 722 494 34 131 59 29 62 40 1839 rent.a 3562 to 278 vote, or 92.8 per
the first primary and winning Union gave
I Renfroe 275 828 335 36 92 60 34 131 42 1833 to 83 a 1306
bv a margin of almost 200 votes. I vote or 93.3 per cent.

Things are slow on the Brook- SCHOOL I Dade County
__ er market," said manager Ralph Memorial Day District 1 !I SOlidarity for a unprecedented gayerroc's
Nettles "with not much action. race.
Kelly 173 631 399 21 99 63 44 114 41 1585 I I gave Collins 67000
We could have shipped a lot more votes (his
Poppies Starling 387 789 389 39 101 44 14 68 35 1866 winning margin) over
had Johns'
of produce this week, if we total.

dr been able to get the orders. Butit I War Dead I I SCHOOL BOARD Johns held his own throughout

is the same all over this section | District 3 the rest of the state
I Was
44 t "Ir now Poppies will be "in Crews 210 662 440 36 85 59 35 70 57 1654 eVident from the early returns
Nettles added that
some -
growers that
are gathering tobacco, and Starke Saturday bloom"J J|i Sapp 291 800 365 29 136 62 27 125 26 1851 he would be unable to overtake -

II unpaid volunteers of the American Collins' Miami lead. Johns
some of it is cooking out pretty conceded
,Legion Auxiliary and the 4-H Sweet Corn And Bell Peppers at 9:25 p.m. (EST) when
u t !IL l He said that we get he was
Club will offer to approximately 82,000 votes
!I girls poppies ,
!-,:n mono, tobacco growers may behind

\-' get a fair yield. donators disabled veterans.for America's dead and !! Begin To Move At Starke MarketSweet One of Collins' first moves upon

Several tobacco growers, notahI '
Mrs. Walter Muhlhofer is the I, acknowledging the victory was to
: ', Howard Wade, Doyle Hazen. corn and bell pepperI ly, Navilho & Bros., who fouuerh! express his appreciation to
auxiliary poppy chairman for ahe Brailey
h,' ?haw Farm are irrigating I drive. Poppies, made by disabled i I started to more in volume on the bought wormy corn, and clipped it Odham for his support Odham,

*''.'I u! bops, and are not forced to ; Starke Farmer's Market this will not be on the market this low t man in the first
veterans are distributed annuallyon primary was
h\' vest yet. ,week. according to market manager year. SEN LEROi COLLINS apparently successful in
Memorial Day as a salute to throwing
A total of $16,53665Vas re- M. R Judd. Monday 500 most of his
( the war dead and disable. I Excellent .. rade bell pepper is-l votes to Collins.
'Mvwi! bv through salem .c packages were sold and by Wednesday -
growers The
coming but
: The Starke auxiliary has received production now I entire state turned out
;hp Brooker market last weeka volume had increased to Starke MeetsHumphreys heavier
I the is not good. than
t 2,500 poppies for distribution. price Buyers are I was expected. The
l roi lows' 3,000. most of it
I Most of the money will be used requesting a professional pack total vote of 684,465 topped esti-
T>He beans 422. $S0250; cran- i iby the auxiliary to aid the disabled -I Prices paid for corn by buyer now, and they urge growers, who Gold I mates by over 100,000 votes. The

be< beans, 457, $1.186 60; black- of Bradford ;Tommy I Morris. Bob Turner, Leon wish to sell them to contact heated governor's was considered
County, and the
eyed 1.230. $1.62394 crowd- I :Norman, and Luther Hilliard varied : In Softball
oeas. : !, rest will be turned over to Vet- them before field packing pepper.. Tilt responsible for the vote since most
w peas. 1.518. S2.0'>3.18: IrishfIOt'lltops :'erans Hospitals. i deperijg on the number of jI j Luther Hilliard is installing a of the local elections were com-

---- ------ 497.. $2.142.15.: cucum worms present and whether it Hi I
----- i I pepper belt at the market. Humphreys Gold Corp. and i pleted in the first primary
bers. 2,335. $1,723,39 bell I purchased as a farmer's pack as
Showing the smiles that had endeared them to thousands of per- ; pepper I, Growers realized over J13.13010J i Starke met in their second soft-
102 $138: Fordhooks 59, $162.25: 674,900 Seedlings a load unpacked, or packed by the !
sons throughout the state, Charley Johns and his wife Te," cast last week from produce sold on I ball encounter of the season' last :Recent
whit butterbeans 226, $815.50: ,Planted In !>>uver. Other factors enter into! Property
their ballots in Tuesday1 second primary,4helr. two votes added to CountyA the market, as follows: I night. Starke was looking for its
snorkled butterj>ans, $1,230 the situation, also, but on an I
a county: total that topped Bradford County** h&tory-inakinff first Wade beans T4r$91:'squash. (No total of 674,900 pine seedlingswere I average the grower is getting]. Irnsh potatoes, 219, $1.25-1.65.1 second win after beating Humph- Transfers Listed

primary "Native Son" vote of 92 per cent. 11> 56 $70; sQuash (No. 21>, 7. planted by landowners in $1.75 a crate for worm-free corn. |i J. $306.60; string beans, 564 1.40 i 1 reys 12-2 last Thursday behind I

-Pol1rohll-Ylnute Photo by the Telegraphsidi.o..r. $120: corn, 3.153, $4.49394 I Bradford County last winter, according while the price for wormy corn I II|1.75. $846; cranberry beans 160. : the superb pitching of Bill Epps. I Following is a list of property

l to figures released by th<3I I ranges from .75 to 1.25. j I I[2503.25 $440; pole beans, 100' ..In another game the Humphreysteam I transfers which occurred'ractatty; ; ....;

Florida Forest Service. This" Is There is a good supply of worm-| S1.75-2.75, $275; crowder peas, I .divided into Its Trail Ridge I values are approximate as Indicated

Bradford County( Schools Plan Full Summer Program .I the largest planting ev'er made(I free corn on the national market. ]! 66, 11.50, $82.50; bell pepper, i f and Ridge Highland its divisions fourth and Trail I I by tax stamps on the deeds:
i the Forest Service said, and orders and that is making it difficult to 190. $2, $380; cucumbers, 5,975, straight I Herbert P. Neal Duval County,

were in excess of our supply. I move the wormy corn Incidental- 1502.50, $11,950.for victory over Highland 15-12.i to Norton D. and Mildred D. In-

f Includes Swimming Baseball Tennis Library and Band 'I I pitcher Amos ,Crowley and "Swede"was the Matthews winning I low. JacksonDle. a lot on Silver

Lake, $800; Merle and Marjorie

Tornadoes End Successful Spring Sports Program I', was Starke the loser.built I Packham, Starke to Evelyn M.

The Bradford County Schools Coram principal of Brooker ning to do some work with groupsof | up a 11-0 lead Starke about 40 acres
announce an active summer pro- School. for the correct dates students. .! t after three innings in last week's Chastain Rd. between Hampton

gram for the school-age childrenof BASEBALL A baseball pro- BA.Bandmaster Gay A. Rtarke-Humphreys contest, but I and Theressa, $6,000; Har-

the county. The eight-week gram will be conducted for boys Rimert states that most of his I i 1 Humphreys called on Pitcher Vic land A. and Iverna Chadbourne,

program will begin June 14 and from 10 to 17 Baseball teams at students are already registered'j Frees to cool off the victors and I Puval County, to W. J. and Nellie

end August 6. The band program i, Starke may be broken up into and know what time their class' hold the score down. LaMar Cros-I T. Purcell a lot on Lake Bedford

will begin June 7 and end August : three different age groups. Law- will be. He encourages any child 4 bv of Starke sot the longest hit of| Shores $1500; Leon Rosenberg

13. with a recess during the last': tey and Brooker may each have who failed to register to report to the night with a three-run homer. 1;' Jr., Starke to Judge S. and Alta

two weeks of July. j la team. Students in Starke should, the USO Building at 9 a.m, on The Humphreys team was composed -![ L. Gregory Reddick about 11

White School ] check with Coach Hurst to get June 7.New. I II i of Vic Frees. Amos Crowlev I j acres a mile east of Hampton.
I!I John Clark, John
Pupils in Starke and Lawtey, rca-iv for opening day June 14; students for 1954-55 are Powers, Everett $3,100; Loren O. and Mildred S.

are urged to fill the registrationform Coach Hurst will be assisted by I i urged to register daring the sum- I II II I Fox "Swede" Matthews Carl i| Martin Duval County to John
# r Fendrick.
Glenn Shuford, and Mike
and leave it with the school P. T. Nolm. school supervisor.,! ir-pr rather than waiting for the 1. I Funderburk R. and Anne L. Woodrum. Jacksonville

p" ncipal. Any child who fails to, and Frazier Jones after the first start of school. Students are ,' plot on Little Sante Fe
i The Starke team made
fill out a form should reoort to week in July. urged to make was un| Lake $1,400; Perry and Ada New-
I any schedule
Jimmy Rowe. Ovid Bill
the USO Building on Monday i changes som, Starke, to Pitt Newsom and
TENNIS other the
I and games ,, during summer Epos. Mack McGriff, Jim Hurst.
.Tune 14. at 8:30 am.SWIMMING Miss will supervise tennis.' i Paul Newsom a lot of Dowling's
Bishop Negro S<<<'hook Gene Shaw. Harold Hazelwood
The Red Cross Addition, $3,500 James W. and
,fhufflehoard, badminton and other j The activities in each school LaMar Crosby, Harold
instructional classes will be conducted i ( Epps, and pemice Thomas, Starke, to Robert
10 the I
ames from 7 to p.m. near renter during the summer C R. TIllman.
during the morning. Mon-;, rout: Hut from Monday through l include: reading for pleasure proersmwill I and Bertha Johns Starke a lot
day through Friday and will be near Lake Butler Road $2,300;
Thu'jclav. Activities will be held individual instruction in readm ,
taught bv Coaches Hobbs. Hurst. I ? Starke Maternity Clara Leah Davis and Bertha MPieffer. .
yin the USO on Friday vening. various playground games musk
and Haller Hugh Ingram will! Starke, to Claude Rand
LIBRARY -- The library program ;, arts and crafts, and if Hospital Opens -
swimming ,,
assist in this program after June .. _. ._ Alice :M. Bradford, Starke
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( at Starke will be under the facilities can be made available. i
C8. Miss Nina Bishop and Coach of Mrs Cleo Andrews. |': Any school-age child take Bradford High's baseball team ended its season last week with a los to Ketterlinus in a group Doctors A. J. Barry and T. G. about 30 acres on the Old Law-
Hobbs will supervise recreational I'h" will be assisted by high school part by going to one of may the three tournament. Pictured above are the players that contributed to the Tornadoes 10-8 season record. !i hitch announce the opening of i tey Road near the Farmer's Mark-
swimming in the afternoon, Monday I( the Starke Maternity Hospital et. $13.000; c. L. and Frances M.
students. Mrs Andrews will be i centers: Lawtey Training School!
through Friday. i i in the library from 9 a.m. to 2 RJE School and Thurston(I I Bradford High ended its spring,Johns Lyle Buck Jr. Dewayne third in the state meet and it on May 20. The hospital is now I JMagoon, Hampton, to Wm. Frank
A bus will leave Lawtey at 8:15 sport's slate last week when Coach:Elder. Sidney Jackson. Gu KypJelousos placed second in the district meet ; staffed and equipped to handle I and Alma Johnson, Starke, about
i The will consist of I School A teacher will be .
R m. proceed to the crossroad! p m. program present Jim Hurst's baseball team lost to I' Lavon Lev.'S. Eulie Rush- and in the East Florida Confer-: j jail F maternity cases. j 20 acres on Chastain Road, $3,000;
for enjoyment arts and during: the morning and afternoonfor
peer! the State Farm entrance, and reading I Ketterlinus 8-5 to eliminate the 'ton, Vernon Teston, and Roger ence. j There have been two births. A Allen Edward and Lilian F. Haigh
; crafts storytelling, films and each week day. I
tb..n into Starke to pick un the I, I II Tornadoes from state compeition. !Williams, mgr Rivers. Lewis, and Letter winners are: Jimmy Red- [ son. Wayne, to :Mr. and Mrs. A. j Bradford County, to Mrs. V. S
fim-stnns! and individual help in Earl i
children in that area that wish to i, Minott. countymusic teacher BUS had a 10-8 won-lo record .Teston are the only seniors on the dish, Richard Henderson. Billy E. Lamas; a daughter, Linda i Hicks, Starke, a lot of Temple's
I Students at Brooker and will '
reading conduct
take part in the swimming nro-'! (I a community sing for the season. They were runner- squad. i,Moore Bobby Ferguson Clifford June to Mr and Mrs. Bobby
gram Buses will leave! the USO Lawtev should check with their, as a special feature one _night a I up at the East Florida Conference 1: The pitching records for the year Martin. Rothel Jones. Tracy Jones, ;Stefanelli. Addition in Starke 3500.

at 9 a.mand 3 p.m. for the swim- school principals about the hoursat i( week at each of the three centers. i j Tourney losing to Sanford 6-1 in are: Rivers, 4-2; Akridee. 4-2, and Donald Slade. Stanley Clark.
which their libraries will bt'l) H* will be at RJE. on Monday i
ming sessions. the final game. !Johns 2-3. Dewayne Elder is the Townsend Strickland Ronald '

Students from Brooker and open. Lawtey Training School on Wednesday ;', Twelve players were awarded ,leading batsman with a 340 per- Brown Max Furlong. Robert

Hampton will come in once or CONSELJNG Dr. FlorenceJennines and at Thurs on School ''centage. Humphries, Marion Harrington '

twice each week for recreational will be available for individual each Friday night Every personin ,letters in baseball by Coach Hurst. :| Coach Jim Hobbs awarded 15 'and Jimmy Hobbs mgr.

swimming. Students from those consehng and will continueher the community is invited to the They are: Paul Rivers Edgar letters to this year's BHS track Reddish Henderson, Furlong.

two areas should contact William case work. She is also plan- "community nights. Akr.dge. Edwin Johns. Rand J men. The team finished in a tie and Harrington are the only seniors -


New County Farming Venture Produces Miraculous Results; spring Harold Bradford team season Hazelwood's that High's began had by successful a basketball Coach 16-8. Monogrammed- T1

'A-loss record. The basketball
Talking rucumhrrs ((1 t<. rl) are: M II. -luiU manager
team was runner-up to New' Smy-
StarK Farmer's Market. Ernie T tuii. and E. :M Nit nna in the East Florida Conferenceand

agricultural ;:i-nt, Seaboard Kailroad runner-UD to Fletcher in the
.- distnct -
i BHS's girls basketball team had

1n a j-6 record in a year that wast -
=v 't- awl .. rmed by Coach Nina Bishop as
building for the future year "

Miss I Bishop concentrated on de-

:: rh \< !'p.ng: some freshman forwards. t

M The Bradford: Junior High team.h .

*h girls and boys, won all butt
.r ::rpe first places in the county
Ic i k meet.iStarke .
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I About pickers. Including 25 Porto are shown Tractor spraying rig k shown applying liquid Dithaae to City Police

harvesting, lackers are paid an hourly rate; yield reached i four rows of vines at a time The operators use a fleet
(Capture Moonshiner
2.000 hamper one day. and wa expected to go higher. f__._ H -M 4 e+ of tractors in preparing the land and spraing.

i 1 The Starke City Police confiscated -,

Over a hundred acres of cucum- !heavy' equipment and put into ex- age ditch was dug from the low Water is pumped from a 255-ft. ..They said they have less trouble ;, 12 five-gallon bottles of:, IMAGINE THE SURPRISE of Mr. and Mrs John L. \\alker when

bers and bell peppers have been :'cellent shape for farming by a end o! the field to carry water deep well with a turbine pump. with disease: here than farther I II moonshine whiskey from the truck : they cut open a watermelon recently and found it myt..riou.'II marked -

raised in Bradford County by two i fleet of tractors. Every 12 rows a well away from the area used. The growers estimate that the!I south. s I II of an Ocala resident as he passed I inside with a large, distinctly form Ft. M>ers growers. O. V. Knight 'I jdeep furrow was plowed for drain- This ditch paid off later when a system will put one inch of water two halves of the
I The "cukes" were gathered in through Starke last week. The monogrammed melon. Some of their friends tell
and Ernie Teston, on land owned by age. The operators do not begrudge 4--nch: ram was carried off without en two acres hour. I
per them that th "
1 W stand for
Mayor J. R. Wainwright of the land required for this flooding the planting. sacks trucked to the Starke Farm violator was fined $300.. :J "warning, but the Walkers are more Inclined -

Starke situated about three miles ;purpose. as they explain: j| A complete system for over- ', Knight and Teston report that er's Market where they were Chief W. E. Thornton poured "!" to attribute it to a freak of nature. They admit however, that

east of Starke on the old Bland- I "That drainage row we d. not head irrigation is part of their i:almost complete control of insects 1 i ii graded waxed in a new process'l the moonshine into the gutter in they're a bit puzzled and worried by the incident The Walkers are

ing road. plant helps to grow more crops." operation. It consists of 8-inch |and disease has been obtained by i I packed and shipped by .front of City Hall Friday morning parents of John Henry Walker who was killed recently in a tragic accident -

The land was cleared with Using a drag-line a Large drain main lines and 3-inch laterals using Parathion and Dthane. !Brown via rail. E.I f L,, near King+ley Lake that took a total of five lives



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centered with an arrangementsof I Order Of P.ltllratto.ad NoticeTo ,of( the Superintendent of Public Instruction In Circuit Court Bradford County. Edna Westcott. Defender.-
State Of Florida Tot j I Case =-.>. 10-4".
BRADFORD E. L. MATTHEWS nasturtiums and blaze zinniasat Appear; Starke. Florida or at the I Florida In Cnaarery.Dons
Clyde Dilbon. whose residence and ,office( of <;.)m and Moore. o\rchltect\\j E. Young. Plaintiff vs Frank'L. Notice To Appear:
the presidents' table. Throughout :address i is Carnegie Pennsylvania.You I Gainesville. Florida. set of Young. Defendant Edna Westoolt wh"... rand .'- ;
COUNTY EDITOR the club are required to appear on such plans and contract documentsand Ca.Xo.. 10-493 address is. )(oirmvi.t, N\\ ,'5r-
rooms mixed
glad- June 14 1954. in the above named furms for bidding for each pro- Order Of PubUC'.tI.ntf \.tie.
VIEWPOINT ioli with an abundance of other :court and cause wherein plaintiff ject may be secured by general con- I Te Appears Mate Of Florida T.: :sey.You are hereby notified ;, ..' ..
TELEGRAPH PUBLISHER :seeks divorce. tractors from either of said officesby suit for
summer flowers were advantage- Frank L Young whose residence
Bradford County Teiegrapn shall depositing therewith the amount and address is' < Plymouth Drive. I IAmitynlle Divorcehas
ously placed.A publish this Order in next four set forth above under "Amount uf'' Long Island. New York. 'i iI been filed against you In .ha
OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD I weekly issues. Deposit for Plans" in cash or money I You are required TO appear on I above named Court an.i i4Us short business meeting was Witness my hand and official order which deposit will be refunded I I June 14. 1954 in the above named you are required to serve a cOI ..'
held in the afternoon and the seal at Starke Florida this May 12, upon submission of a bona fide Court and cause wherein plaintiff i your answer or pleading u the
Published e\ery Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under 1954. bid and return of said plans and I seeks divorce. .: complaint on the Plaimffj
the Act of March 3, 1879. next meeting will be the 2nd (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs contract document in good condi- Bradford County Telegraph shall :j I Attorney Gerald R. Hart >:
Tuesday in September. Mrs. Clerk of said Court tion within ten days after the date I I publish this Order in next four 'I Smith Building. Jack>oi\ d l.,'.
By Marian I.. Crosby Deputy Clerk set for opening the bids. Any addI- : weekly issues. : Florida.
Claude Johns came as a new mem- 204 Life tional sets requested for purposes and file the original in the orrke! oti
MEMBER R. Hess Guaranty
MEMBER Witness hand and off.ealseal
1 ber and other invited guests were Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla.AU'S. other than the submission of a bid I my i the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
; at Starke, Florida. this 10 May 1 .
for Plf. 5/14 4t 6/4 will be furnished at the actual cost or b fore the/
I Mrs. R. P. McLendon, Sr. of of duplication but without refund. 1954. i T day of June, 1954;
Johns Sets Example In DefeatThe Jacksonville, Mrs. Herb Thomas I CALL FOR BIDS Bidders' qualifications must be I (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darb) Otherwise the allegations of said
I NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS satisfactory to The Board of Public I As Clerk of said Court Complaint will be taken as confessed -
of Starke, and Mrs. J. H. Hagoodof Stark., Florida Instruction of Bradford County. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk by you

defeat of Acting Governor Johns at the polls on Tuesday was a bitter disappointment Jacksonville and Mrs. Patricia Sealed bids will be received by The Board of Public Instruction of I Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Building This notice shall b. publishedonce
II The Board of Public Instruction of Bradford County, Florida, reserves Jacksonville, Florida each seek for four consecutive
for his thousands of friends and suppo rters in Bradford and Union Counties. Seldom, Hobbs of Ohio. Bradford County. Florida. at the office .the right to waive informalities in 'Attjs for Plf. 3; 14 4t 6.4 I weeks In the Bradford County Tele
of the Superintendent of Public bid and to reject all bids. graph.
any any or
if ever, has a candidate been supported more wholeheartedly and near-unanimously than Instruction in Starke Florida, up to The Board of Public Instructloa :.NOTICK TO APPEAR I Dated this. 5 day of May. 1954OFFICIAL.

was the Acting Governor by the home folks of his Senatorial district. Not only did they TIlE RIGHT POINT for the June 1:00 o'clock 7. 1954,P.M.at, which E.S.T.,time Monday andplace of Bradford County, Florida. \ fa Florida Circuit IB Court Cta.cer.CLarence Bradford. Coaaty.' ( Clerk SEAL of)the Charles Circuit A. Court.Darby

support him with their votes at the polls, but also with their time, their funds and their way you write. Come In and select all bids received will be publicly By H P. Morgan Secretarv 5, It It 5 28 West < ', Plaintiff, vs By Marian L. Crosby Deputy 8/7 4t Clerk.5/IJ
opened and read aloud for
efforts. your favorite ESTERBROOKI furnishing all materials and labor I I _

Even in defeat Governor Johns must derive a great deal I Fountain Pen. Only $%.S1 at and constructing: I I I f fI

j I of consolation and satisfaction from the tremendous backing I BRADFORD COUNTY TELE- Name of Project moot.l< for of Plmu Depo -

I Paul's Potatoes given him by- his- constituents- both -the .first and second- I 1954 White Addition School to Starke Plant '

,I- I primaries. The.vote here in the second primary was about i :OTHK; INTENTION": TO Starke, Florida _uh__ J20.00Gymnasium NER'-

150 votes over the total polled on May 4, and Johns' percentage RF.U1STKH; FMTITIOrs! NAMENotice School Starke. Bradford Florida High__ __ $20.00
'I is hereby' that the
of the total was close to 93 per cent. undersigned, unJ)..r given the provisions Music High EnildinK.School. Bradford Starke, I

As cheerful in defeat as he was in victory. Governor I of Chapter :20.95' l- \vs of Florida, Florida --______--_________ $20.00 .
Acts of 1941. will register with the
Johns set a good example for his friends and supporters in f'lt-rk of the Circii1' Court in and for 1954 Addition School for Negroes TwelveGrade ,

I Bradford C..unt\ State of Florida, I Stark!', Florida $20.00 A GENUINE
Jacksonville as the returns came Tuesday night. ----- --
I upon receipt f |>ioof of publicationof I Lawtey Elementary School
able to smile after a gruelling campaign, he appeared on tele- this notice, the fictitious name I for Negroes. Lawtey
B. & (L Truck Stop under which weare Florida _____________n___ $20.00 ::::
his wife and conceded victory to Senator ::
vision with gracious engaged in business on U. S. 301 Any bid received after the specified
Collins in speech that carried hope to his countless friends south of Starke.; Fla. time and date will not be con-
I. M. lames and H. C. Broadway, sidered. .
when he said. in the words of General MacArthur: "We shall Starke. Fla., owners. F.ach bid must be accompanied bya .1.
Dated this 20th
day of May. A.D..
certified check or bid bond in the
return 1954 at Starke. Bradford .
amount of five per cent of the base -
Although tremendously disappointed at the outcome. Florida. bid as guarantee that the bidder, if =.-- iI
5> 4t 6/11
the people of Starke and Bradford County are made of sterner awarded consecutive the contract calendar, will days withinten after iw&Jj1,1I

stuff than to let themselves be floored for long even by la The Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial written notice being given of such
Circuit Of Florida, la
And For award, enter into a written contract -
the defeat of a native son candidate for Governor. We pre- Bradford County.IN with The Board of Public Instruction -

and arrows" of the bitter campaign will CHANCERY. No. 10-520 of Bradford County, Florida -
: /J dict that the "slings Grazia D'Agliano, I'laintiff'Ii.. Alberto in accordance with the accepted -
__ soon be foreotten. for Starke and Bradford County. like alII IVAgliano, Defendant. hid and give a contract surety I
said Board in
bond satisfactory to
the rest of Florida, are too busy building a greater future to The OHDKH.\arne of ANII the State!\OTICKla of Florida an amount equal to one hundred percent

be long stymied by a setback, even as serious a one as was I dence To: Alberto and address D'Agliano.is unknown whose :ies>i- No of bidder the contract may withdraw price. his bid

;, experienced at the polls on Tuesday.We You are hereby summoned and reqUIred for a period of thirty day after the ,

i. ; join Acting Governor Johns in extending congratulations to filed Answer herein the Bill of Complaint date All set work for shall the be opening done in thereof.anord-
against you in
-___ Collins. the above entitled ance with plan, specifications and
and best wishes to Governor-elect Leroy cause and nerve
,,.% a copy of your Answer or other de contract doiuments relative theieto '
tense upon Samuel V. Holch. Attor- which may be examined at the office I I
i.ey for Plaintiff. 409-A lldin
1J Keep Those Grads At Home! Daytona Ieach Florida on treet'l :
I fore the 23rd day of June, 1954. I i MaDEl j .
Herein fail not or a Decree Pro Con- FOLEY SHARPENED SAWS : WS440L-\; .. $ I. .-

It somewhat disconcerting to learn that only one- fesso will be entered against you II ,, ", I .., >-,' .
was for the relief demanded in the Bill Cut Foster, Cleaner, Easier : 'ti
::: third of the 86 members of the 1934; graduating class at I of Complaint. The nature of this I
suit is Bill for
Bradford High School plan to remain in this county after divorce and/or You'll save time and effort i & ''TWO-CYCLE WASHER .

they receive their diplomas on June 4. A good number will Witness my hand and seal of office I when your saws have been ___
We think there's a I lesson tow at Starke, Bradford County .
( learned from the abase enter the armed forces still others will attend colleges and Honda this 19 day of May, 1954OFFICIAL sharpened on our precision : AUTOMATIC WASHING _ '
( SEAL All teeth made
Charles A. Darby machine are
photograph.The universities, but the largest croup of all will leave for : Clerk of Circuit Court "
i Bradford County, Florida. uniform and accarate : AUTOMATIC SPIN DRYING /7 / I- I
it that to
important thing "greener pastures" a By JUiian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk just like new.
the little boy it hapl))". He's We're not worried about losing those who are entering i 5/21 4t 6/11 You'll be elj }rrJ=f 1t' ell t=:l: ;t.i .

happy because he has gron the armed forces and institutions of higher learning. for it'' -tOTICK TO APPR1H pleased with""

the potatoes bushel on basket a little of fine plot Irish of is natural that they should leave this area. But it is to those;' Florida la Circuit: la(Court Chaucer llrudfurd. County our speedyservice IJ' i NO INSTALLATION COST I Ii

ground not big enough, as the who are leaving i in search of employment that we would turn Murence Calvin A.K.Carpenter Carpenter Plaintiff Defendant, vs. I and -

fcajtaff BWS to cuss a cat in. our attention.We toiler luppr.,. with your easy

But he's a happy l boy bccaue.ptanted cannot help but wonder if the community is at fault I an.hna State I
be the potatoes himself, hospital Morganton I
when so lar 'e a percentage of its young people desire to !X. C. I

he aw them push up out of leave, or believe that they must go elsewhere in order to J IKU. are hereby notified that a
the ground he tended and fertilized II suit for divorce SHARPEN : & Walnut Sis. Starke, Fla.
find suitable employment. We believe that Starke is nas ueen filed against
a you in the
them, he dug them, and ibove named Court and ALL KINDS OF TOOLS,
"toted" them to the house, and i pretty good place in which to live, and presents as manv J you are required to serve cause a copy and of Knives Scissors Etc. t

haj the thrill of hating accomplished attractions as any other town of its size. But apparently'your complaint answer on the or Plaintiff's pleading to th, I I II II -

something worthwhile. this is not enough to hold young people in this day when the I Attorney Wm. D. Morgan, 507 All New Equipment I

Paul Griffis lives alone with big cities beckon with countless inducements that appeal to and Clark file Building the ngii.al, Jacksonville In the ,office Fla. CALVIN JOHNS Ij Complete Line Of Freezer Supplies

his '- randmothcr, in a modest the spirit of adventure and the desire for change that is I of an or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court 465 N. Water St. j

rot tare on the edge of town. ever present in youth. 21 day of June, 1954; _
lie ha a nice garden in addi- I otherwise the allegations of said ,
tion to his potatoes. He also We of the small towns must do what we can to compete : Complaint fesxed by wi'l be ta.en..s con ,

loves flowers and has them with this big city glamour if we are to hope to keep our young ,j I This notice you. shall be publish

growing abundantly about the people with us.Ve must make our town more interestingand I'once seeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Telegraph -

yard. attractive to the eye. and we must also be ever on the .
Dated this. 1> day of May, 1954.
Paul's a happy boy becausehe alert to bring in new industries and activities that will pro- I (OFFICIAL SEAL, Charles A. Darbj ONLYFOR1ODAYHAS
has been: given some ditties Clerk of tne Circuit Court.
vide employment for the 80 or 90 young men and women I By Marian
and has been to L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
taught accomplish -
something worthwhile for who are graduating from Bradford High Scbool every spring.No 5/21 4t 6/11 L

himself. matter how "nice" the town might be. we cannot hold lu The irruit Court Eighth Judicial -

unless the for them to Circuit Of Florida, In And For
people provide
our we means
young .
We believe that lots of parents IIradford ('ounty.IN
who have been troubled support themselves. I CHANCERY. No. 10-509

with restless children who don't It behooves the leaders in our civic organizations to give .Harriet C. Edwards td wards., Defendant.Plaintiff vs. Sydney THE FEATURES

know 'what to do with themselves some serious thought to this problem and NOW. We I lu OKIIKK .t'liUOTln..
The :Name of the State of Florida!
unless they're looking at spend hundreds of dollars annually to attract newcomers to To: Sydney c. Edwards whoseresidence

television or seeing a movie, our town and county and at the same time allow the richest You are and hereby address summoned is unknown.and reQuired -
could much from the lesson
profit source of new blood and future growth slip right throughour to Answer the Bill of Complaint -
his .
of Paul and potatot'8.iiG'BRAN filed herein against you in
fingers our own young people. Let's keep them with the above entitled cause and servea !
copy of >our Answer or other defense -
us. We need them. I upon Samuel V. Holch-. Attorney ____n- find in other
for Plaintiff. 409-A Main Street.: I you ay
Daytona I'-ach. Florida; on or before -
Land and Mrs. J. L. Strickland. 'fYTTTTYYTYTYTTTYTYTTTYTrSTATE the mil day of June, 1954.
I Herein fail not or a Decree Pro Con-
i from Clay Hill assisted in the tesso will be entered against you I
work. We took care of 42 that FARMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA for the relief demanded in the Bill
of Complaint. The nature of this I
day; 9 of them were Clay Hill suit is a Bill of Divorce. !
I children. Witness my hand and seal of office low-priced carl tomorrow
hy !Mrs. I U Strickland j at Starke. Bradford County,

and Jimmy Lang ( We feel sure that if every parent ,OPEN HOUSE Florida this 14 day of May' 1954.
could the benefits of these (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby r
see I Ii Supt. and Mrs. L. F. Chapman Clerk of Circuit Court
04AAAAAAAAAAAA4.it AA.i and the these \ Bradford .
i check-ups help County.1o'lorida
I held open house for all State Farm By Marian L. Crosby.
The pre-school clinic was well treatments are to their children Deputy Clerk
i workers and residents
Friday eve 5'21 4t 6/11
attended fit Middleburg Tuesday, all would make a greater effortto
ning from 7 to 9. The home has NOTICK
May IS. The children seemed to have this done. We folks in the been completely remodeled and I. Circuit Court, Drlldford Countp.

be lad to get their check-ups and rural sections are at a disadvant- FI..rldn: !. Chaarrry
painted since the fire last jear. William I'. Perggoeti.
ardy a few cried, even though they, ige. and have trouble getting to Dolores Plaintiff. vs.
Mrs. J. G. Godwin. Mrs. R. P.cLendon. f'rgg..etz. Defendant. ONLY FORD GIVES YOU :
had to take shots or have vacci- the clinics sometimes. but we I Case No. 10431otSc 7
[ Mrs. Joe Wallace and To Appear:
i.ations. We were proud of those I should try anyway. We still have]Mrs. Dennis Fancher acted as .To-: Doloies Berggoetz, whose residence -
little fellows. In fact, we have +;m" before next school term to and address is: 228 (Cincin -
;, I guides showing interested
per- nati Avenue Egg Harbor
seen some grown folks who acted have all children examined. It is Jersey. City New
sons the interior of the house. Ford is the in the
much worse. < I necessary to help make the chilI -I You are hereby notlfiea that a only car low-price
Mixed flowers were spaciously suit for Divorce has I field that offers V-8. And the
been filed! a 130-h.p.
Mrs. Jack Wilkinson, Mrs. Fred ( en immune to disease. so they, against In
I grouped* throughout the house. you above named
Y-block V-8 is the most modem V-8
behind Sow and cause and ..;-::
will not miss school and get -, you are re :
I On the lawn cookies and punch quired to serve a copy Of your an- in the entire automobile industry.
their studies suffertfrom \
in or v-a Power
swer or pleading to the
I were served while fellowworkersand complain ,:
Jb-rr. sickness. We hope all chilI on the PlatnMff Attorney, ,
their families mingled and T. Frank Landrum. Starke f
rp t4" dren will be treated. II |got better acquainted.Mrs. Floridaand ;, r Ball-Joint Front Suspension

Puddy Padgett moes his house file the original In the office of is the greatest advance
I | J. G. Caldwell. Mrs. Louie the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Saturday from the old location'to or before th. inthassisdignin20yearsItmakesallriding
the letter Urt. Then from near the Eberfzer church. |Dean. Mrs. Stringfellow and Mrs. 14 day of June, 1954: BaI1Join 5
Ii.V.. Pace alternated pouring at otherwise the allegations of sala IIspenSlon
all the free world inch
over come He didn't get the house up on' Complaint will be taken as cdh- andjhandling easier. Only
comment a* lhe.e from readers blocks Saturday. so S-inday the punch ".')wl. Miss Carolyn fessed by you. Ford in its field has it!
.f THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE morn-I Crews. Jean Richarde. and Fran- This notice shall he published
)MONITOR au international daily ng they went to fia'sh once each week for four consecutive
I ces Caldwell were in charge of
weeks in the Bradford I
.newspaper;: but some blocks turnel over and County Telegraph Ford's modem has the trend .
? styling set
i the autograph book. Some 100
'"Tht Monitor it mutt reading the house crashed with considerable -i'I guests called during the appointed (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 10 day) Charles of May A., 1954.Darby Ou t. Fro nt Styling : 1 for the industry! It's the kind of styling
Windows broken.
for ttraightthinkiagpeople. damage. were
i hours. Clerk of the Circuit Court that will keep your Ford young and
r .* and some of the flooring was i Py Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
attractive looking this year and in
Mrs. Hester Thomas of
"I returned to ichool alter torn up. The folks were at the 5/14 4t 6/4

iapie of 18 years. I will get Ebenezer church when It happened -(:(i enjoyed Saturday night supper i I :ISOTICE OF -'.PPLICATIONFOR years to come.

my degree from the college, with her neice. Mrs. P. S. Crews TX DEED
and the noise loud
but my education comet was so I 1' House Rill !\o. 1.SB2 Best Resa I e Va I II e
from the Monitor. ." that they all became excited and Thursday guests of the L. W. Notice is hereby given, that A. O Analysis of used car prices show Fords return

*Tk Monitor ideas ran out of church to the scene of Pares were Mr. and Mrs. William Jenkins. the holder of the following a greater portion of their original cost than
givft me certificates has filed
/or my work. ." the accident. I(I Miles and son. Richard of cates for a tax deed to said be certifi-issued any other car. And today, more than ever,

"I truly enjoy its com" Mrs. Pearl Mo.!'ley spent the Zephyrhills. thereon.years The of issuance certificate, the numbersand descrip- your i tesTbuy is a car that will have best valuewhen

pany. ." afternoon with Gertie Faircloth! Mrs. W E. Feagle and Mrs. tion of the property and the names :it comes time to sellr

Von too. trill find the Monitor Sunday. JM.I J. Collins spent last Wednes- Inhlch' : it was assessed are as follows fJIitToday

informative with complete world B. E. Fairclo'h is sufferingwith day in Jacksonville with Mrs. Certificate No 47. Year of Issuance

newt. You will ducoTer a tonttnctive a severe cold this week and Feagle's mother, Mrs. C. F. Ed- 1942. I'
ia Description of Property: Lot 1 Block See us before you buy
viewpoint every new had to g.3 to the doctor last Sat- I wards and a cousin, Mrs. WalterA. 19 North R m>. Sec. 21. T. 6 S. R. B t D '
lory.UM 2!
kfName I
urday; he was told that he was Carlton. //
the coupon below for a iperial in which assessed: "Wilbert ANY car. We're sure you'agree
bordering on another siege of Mrs Emma Uvers and daughters. Hughes. _

3 month Introductory for .nI,subscription$3. pneumonia.. We hope he recovers; Mrs. A. F. Thornton and I County All of of said Bradford.property State being of in Flor the that FORD is your

.------.---------............. soon.The I Mrs. C. D. Sellars and daughter.,ida.Unless I
TU CVHlu SCMC", M..hM children of the Ebenezer I lIma Lou. spent the weekend with such certificate or certificates -
shall be redeemed soundest investment!
4)00e. Ar i> St. BMIM U. IC tJ.l.A. church FORD (
gathered after to law
fI.... .... M ii hlrWucUry mbnlp.4M Sunday ;:Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews. Sunday such certificate the property described In
,to TW a....... SUNK M.UtrIt noon to try to learn some songs.i I they visited a sick sister, Mrs. I be sold to the highest or certificates bidder at will the

iuw*. 1 wdM. $3.i.ai. I We are having cool and dry I JD. L. Shaw in Alachua General ''court house door on the first )fo-- i
weather right on. It looks like jday in month of June 1954. which
I Hospital. Gainesville is 7 day of June 19S4-
( ) we will have to have a little fire, STATE FARM CLUB I Dated this 5 day of May, 1)54
In the old 1 (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby !
fireplace all i
summer. The State
Farm Motor
Community| Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Andrews Co.
(...urt.,1 -) That would call for loU of extra, Club Members held its last summer -I I County. Florida.

work on Jim's part to get the, meeting Tuesday with thirty I SIT 4t 5/:$ <

wood. Maybe we had better for- I present They entertained with <,ta The Clrralt Ceart Of Bndfard
CoBatT. Florida,
) (aM4.) la duarery.
(MM get the idea, and just put on a covered dish luncheon The tables Dona Bell! Dilbon.
rs-u Plaintiff vs. Phone 118 Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE FLORIDA
sweater in the earl ir.orn-.ngs were beautifully laid and were.C'Ude D'b! -;: Defendant t
Case Xo 10-496 tf

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...yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyLAWTEY Charles, of Starke visited her sister serving. S la The Circuit Ceart Of The Eighth '' Bradford Count, Florida; thence I\ East 709 feet to the Point of Beginning letta Thomas his wife to L. H. simple title, and you ar.' re'jua.d
Mrs. Troy Bennett and fami- Members of the Bennett family Judicial Circuit Of .Florida III' run North 88 degrees, 38 minutes ; Thence North $8 I Outlaw and Alma Outlaw, his to appear and serve a CUP of yourIlns".er
And For Bradford Countyi East 2640 feet, thence run South 38 minutes East 1931 ; wife under date of February 28, or pleading on Plaintiffs :
ly on Sunday.Mr. assembled at the old home place, la Chancery. 7 degrees 03 minutes AVest 411,;5 Thence South 7 degrees 03 i, 1953; said Deed being recorded attorney. A J. Thomas, Jr., whoseaddress
D. L. Thomas and Seletta Thomas. feet; thence run South ;57 degrees utes West 4115; feet; in Deed Book 73, ,
13 '
and Mrs. Buckels of where Mr. and Mrs. John flennett Page et seq. is Starke Florida. and to
Gary his wife & L. H. Outlaw and Alma 20 minutes West 771.6 feet to South ;55; degrees 05; :i Public Records of Bradford file the original of
I and children Outlaw. his wife Plaintiffs, F. Point of Beginning, thence Xorth West 119%.. your answer or
Jacksonville spent the weekend now reside, for a I vs. feet; Thence County. Florida. pleading in the office of the undersigned
by L. II. Futch M Packhara et al 58 degrees 30 minutes West 444 89 decrees ;57 minutes West I II
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. family dinner last Sunday. The feet to East Right of Way of feet; Thence North 0 degrees Tou and each of you are hereby Clerk of Circuit Court oa I
QUIET TITLE! ETC. I June 11, 1954
!notified that Bill of Complaint has ; the allega-
aAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABaccalaureate Marion Crews. occasion was the birthday of' Order Of Public'atloaad >otice To State Highway No 200, thence minutes We--t 105; feet; : tions of said complaint will" 1-e taken
John Appear: The Mate of Florida. To: Southwesterly along said Rightof North 89 degrees: 57 been filed in the Circuit Court of as confessed by I
Service for the Mrs. Sinia Prescott and sister, An old fashioned I F. M PacKham. Joyce B. Pack- Way 341 feet, thence South 82 West 390 feet; Thence |Bradford County Florida, in Chan- you.
basket dinner was spread on ham. Norman Blue C. L. Richards. degrees 18 minutes East 243.5 degrees 02 minutes West ; tery by D. L. Thomas and Seletta It is further ordered that this
Junior High graduates held in the Mrs. Hattie Darley, were dinner William Jones, also known as "'m. feet, thence North 55; degrees 30 feet to the Point of St'I|'Thomal', his wife, and L. H. Outlaw Order of Publication and Notice he
school auditorium last guests of their brother, Melvin in the yard at the noon Jones. Gussie Durden. F. I. McCall. minutes East 241.4 feet to Pointof all lying and being in the 'and Alma Outlaw his wife a? plaintiffs forthwith published once each \t rek
Sunday Prescott at 4 hour, and the question remaining also known as Flank I. h.Cali. W I Beginning. All being and lying east Quarter of Section 24, I and against you and each of for four successive weeks in Brad-
afternoon was well attended. The Highland on Sunday R. Lane. John C. Edie, also knownas in the Northeast Quarter I ship 7 South. Range 21 you as defendants; that the nature ford County Telegraph a duly qual-
speaker, Rev. E. A. chose Mrs. Jack Brassell and daughter unanswered after dinner was "Who J. C. Edie. Chas Roberts., John R Section 24. Township 7 South. Bradford Count, Florida. A of said suit is to quiet and confirmthe ified newspaper published in MId
Range 21 East, Bradford AND EXCEPTING title of plaintiffs L. H. Outlaw County.
Lee enjoyed: it the most? Earle Jr., also known as J. R. County ,
for his subject "A Builder" and Peggy accompanied by Earle. Jr.. J, D. Leraore Thos. \V. Florida that portion thereof now and Alma 'Outlaw his wife, to Par- Witness in>' hand and of if cia I Iea.1
the message was interesting, Instructional -I Miss Patsy Wainwright spent the Among those present for the Pitts also known as T. W. Pitts, PARCEL TWO: Commence at the by L. H. Outlaw and Alma cel One of the above described lands :at Starke, LYadford Count>. Flori-
law his wife. as more as a fee simple title, and to quiet :cia. this May 7. 1954.
occasion were Mrs. Bennett Samuel C. Lane also known asSam'
weekend Bobby Northwest
with Mr. and Mrs. James Corner of the Northeast
and well delivered. !. C, Lane John Alexander Graham ly described in Parcel One and confirm the title of plaintiffs i OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Da'by
Rev. Edgar Wilkerson Wainwright in Melbourne.Mr. and son of Daytona; Mr. and Mrs. James L. Gates and A. Dyal if Quarter of Section 24. Town- inabove and also described D L. Thomas and Seletta Thomas, 'I' Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad-
broughtthe Donald alive, and the unknown of ship 7 South. Range 21 East. his wife, and L. H. Outlaw and Alma ford County Florida.By .
Bennett and children of
invocation, and Rev. George and Mrs. Jack Reynolds and each of them, if alive and spouse if any of Bradford County, Florida; Thencerun that certain Warranty Deed 'Outlaw his wife. to Parcel Two of Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
Purga gave a vocal solo "My children of Jacksonville spent the Starke; Mrs. Glenn Williamson, them be dead to the unknown North 88 degrees 38 minutes ecuted by D. L. Thomas and the above described land as a fee 'I 5/14 4t 6,4
Mrs. Everett Bennett, Mr. and spouse heirs, devisees, grantees
Heavenly Father Watches Over weekend with her parents, Mr. legatees assignees, creditors and
He," and gave the benedication. and Mrs. R. W. Mosley Sr. Mrs. Henry Bennett and membersof other claimants, by through. underor
their family, and Mr. and Mrs.J. against each and every of the
Ladies of the W S C S of the Mrs. J. E. Warren and Mrs. above named persons who are deceased -
E. Bennett of 77
and all
Leslie ; to the Florida Land & Immigration -
Church, in their regular Bradley and children were
Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Company of Florida and
meeting on Tuesday afternoon recently visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe its unknown successors. trustees, .
Sapp and Mr and Mrs.
Rudolph stockholders and other claimants _
made plans for a Fellowship:Sup Brown Westconnett Sapp of Heilbronn; Mr. and Mrs. through or under it; and to all other II bUying
per on the church lawn next Sun- Frasier J. Shaw of Starke was persons claiming any right. title. I le are
Buster Mr.
and Mrs.
Bennett Troy gt
day I lien or interest in or to the follow- j/ peop
evening at 7 o'clock. More
This attending to business in Lawtey Bennett and family, Mrs. Luell ing described property situate in
will be Rev. Purga's last service Monday afternoon.Rev. Pradford County Florida to-wit: other
Tanner and children, and Mrs.
for the | PARCEL ONE: Commence at the I any
current year and all members and Mrs. A. E. Masseyand Paul Bennett and children of Law- Northwest Corner of the Northeast Fl V Ford cars than
and friends of the church are I Quarter of Section 24, g
sons Yayne and ,
Spurgeon tey. Township 7 South Range 21 East,
invited to participate. Come and spent last Saturday with his father -'. / have
bring a covered dish. Mr. W. L Massey in Barwick, V V I make 1..N1l1use they 5-
The '
program meeting of the Ga.Mr. '
First Baptist Church was held in and Mrs. Champ Griffis gives them
the Pastorium Tuesday afternoon and children spent the weekend in found that
with Mrs. Wilkerson as hostess, Atlanta, Ga. Mr. Griffis is

assisted by Mrs. :M. Privett. scheduled to be stationed at Camp HAVE THIS WONDERFUL ) they

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Starting Gordon when his furlough is over I K more of the things

and daughter, Geraldine, were recently and he returns to duty. l1g.e ChI!FEATURE? F 0 I f .

ville.Mrs. visiting friends in Jackson- Hill Mrs.of Ft.Ruth Pierce Roden spent and Sunday Merle I:II I i want. in gylng! In

Joe Thrasher of Jacksonville with Mrs. C. A. McSwain, Ronnie i .

accompanied by her parents. and Donnie :McSwain returned I iI iI I comfort Mn conveniences I
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby Sr., of home with their grandmother to I I I .
Starke were guests of relativesin spend the summer vacation. 0 I

Lawtey Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Wesley Arwood and sons I S and in performance all at I
Mrs. Margaret Kelley:spent last of Jacksonville spent the weekend I !

week with her daughter, Mrs. Roy with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.C. t I I

Tomlinson, and family in the New F. Carter. Mr. Arwood has I the price they want to pay. It's !
River community.Mr. gone to Cuba where he is to be I, 11
and Mrs. John Roberts of stationed for some time in the

Jacksonville were dinner guestsof service of Uncle Sam. His family Am wonder that t national new i

his brother, George, and Mrs. expects to join him later. I e rl I C
a SIno
Roberts on Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. James Waters S

and Mrs. Wilbert Crawfordand spent the weekend in Valdosta, registration fIgures for !
Ga. with relatives, called
children Jacoline and James, being -
of Avon Park were recent guestsof I there by the death of an uncle. ;friit

the M. M. Privett family. I Mrs. Nell Housley and Miss \\ the latest seven-month period !
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wainwright: Esther Mason of Jacksonville were .
and children. Clyde and Patsy dinner guests of the A. M. Blan-. '

spent last weekend with her parents -I chards Sunday evening. B rlt. available show Ford out front j I I
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Starling, John P. Wynck of Tallahassee e
at Bartow spent the weekend with relatives S

:Mallie Prevatt of Jax was attending -i here.Mayor by thousands! More people I II
to business and visiting Charles Shuford, Mr. are

relatives in Lawtey the latter. and Mrs. George Shuford, Mrs.J. .
I Shufford Sr. and Mr. and I !!ring Ford I
part of last week. S. .
Prank Wells, who has been! Mrs. Phillip Shuford of Palatka "MAGIC OVEN-EYE" S people]

working in the Madison area was, spent Sunday at Silver Springs.Mr. _
this week transferred to Okee- and Mrs. Phillip Shuford No need to watch the clock in oven preheating et I d.
rhobee. Mrs. Wells and. their were weekend guests of his moth- just watch the "magic I"s Why don'tswing
oven-eye." This little jewel glows red
daughter: Nina, who have been
er.Mr. when the oven it up to temperature z I i JOIn the
upending the winter here for Nina' and Mrs. Lyle Schmehl and I your dependable baking signal Grand-'

to attend school. accompaniedMr. baby and Mrs. B. Higginbotham I prize result every time (l ;j __ today7 .1

Wells to his new assignment of Maxville were visiting the Yours exclusively with the 1953 Magic

Monday morning:."The Wells fami- James Waters family Saturday Chef f at range. \ ",. N, .' \ I
Iv and Mrs. Effie Miner were evening. i J ::1''LI\t: !, \
Sunday dinner guests of relatives'I Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders and TOTAL i I \,\ II

in Westconnett.The son Billy spent Saturday and Cash Price 348.95 'ti ."< -..1

B. M. Jones familv of Jacksonville Sunday of last week with his LESS TRADE-IN "* '.,:J ." .NO. .. '.,,.....'., '- .'t.>, ,', -, w. I _
spent from Friday to sister. Mrs. N. J. Strickland in 33.95 i; 'i< ,,, .' I
Monday with Mrs. C. A. McSwain Tampa.

end children.Mr. Guests of the O. J. Phillips 315.00Completely
and Mri. T5u ter Bennett family during the weekend included -
end Mrs. Hattie Darl y were in Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Billiard H HY.D.A.F.

Jacksonville on Saturday. and daughter Gertie, and Installed With
I Mr. and Mrs Wintnn Parrish Mr. and Mrs. Donald Empy all of
and children were Sundav dinner Valrico; Mr and Mrs. Leslie Phil-
CT<>st of h* r parents. Mr. and i lips of Gainesville and Miss Deb One Cylinder Gas F R E E

Mrs F. I). Larc of Maxville. the bie Phillip of Maxville.The .
I and Worth more when you buy it. worth more when
occasion being little Judv Parrish's I Willis Starling family : you sell i lit.
fir t birthday anniversary. Mrs. Denmark of Whitehouse were
Mrs. Ruby Thompson and son. visiting the H. C. Harley family CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS &
Sunday afternoon. Andrews Motor Co. '
Mr and Mrs. Albert Davis and APPLIANCE CO. I

FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S daughter or Ft. Myers were over-

night guests of his sister, Mrs. 149 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. !
and family Sunday. MADISON & ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE
L. P. Rafuse FLORIDA
JUST ONE They were on the way to Hender- LQi! Jo: : ti ;)l!# Jj1.: Hi. 1 t-- ril( .

sonville. N. C where Mr. Davis
FRIGIDAIREMade ...... ._
the summer. "' -
works during .
'. $7 '.- : ,
N t :.
> \ :: 1 '
only by General Guests of the S. A. Hicks family ,. ..,,*, ., --"N < '"{ ;?:?> ':(',: ."!n...:.
Motors Corp. All other during the weekend included Mrs. v' ..;
Electric Refrigerators are Leslie Sweat and Mr. and :Mrs. :__ v' ,.h .'i

made by other companiesand D. J. Parrish of :Maxville.

cannot use the word W. P. Kemp returned home Sat- "
Frigidaire. urday after spending some time
with his sister Mrs. Avie Godwin.
at White Springs.The
Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE Lawtey baseball nine defeated -
ore <,
? ? the Middleburg team in a
6-5 game on the local field
THEN SEE Sunday.Mrs. i 10
Roy Tomlinson of New I operate adJifiol1al

E. H. SMITHTenth River sponsored a Supper Ware helpers eledric

party in the home of Mrs. S. A. In a >'
Hicks Thursday evening of last
and Temple Are. week. Mrs. O. J. Anders assisted DoUe.00 t

Starke, Fla. :Mrs. Hicks as hostess. Quite a jfrflipee24

I good time was had by those present L

: .
Mrs Pauline Redgrave: and .
children, and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny -
Jenkins and children, all of Jacksonville ?n .
of tge:
were weekend guests You
their parents, Mr and Mrs. O. J. electric' home freezer can enjoy an
j i Anders. = cost of from at a monthly I
Mrs. Steve Starling and Mrs. 90c to $2.J5.
I Shirley Johnson entertained in the MINUTES Other

home of :Mrs. Starling on Friday 7 ls LATER electric b'argeins in
with stork shower honor- living beller
night a and

'ladies: ing Mrs.were Edwin present Starling.to enjoy Nineteen the : costs include:approximate: monfhly

i I affair. Games and contests were .and tell I f5 Refrigeration I .

I i and held a refreshments good timewas were had by served all. .. $ .70 to $1.70

: The home of the L. H. Futcheswas
also the scene of gay activities -

>1 about this question ; on Friday evening of last &jflf5ts0 .
i week during the annual group
We drove our car against a1 I j;party for the seventh and eighth a"e'.D'
wind carrying sand and dust !( grades of the Heilbronn School,

particles. When we tried to(I where they both have been teach- .

clear the windshield we found I ing for a number of years. Most Yefin mDdern ; ;
it was sandblasted full of tiny i members of both grades were present lvngReddyKlow;! H

holes, which greatly reduces,! accompanied by a number of "'deS/be BIG difterence. !
; nd
visibility. Will our auto 'com parents. does if rOt
1 Indoor team games were the pennies
prehensive' insurance cover : I Jay I
order of the evening and a rollicking -
replacing the windshield?
good time was had. 'TWould
1 really have been hard for a stranger -

j, to have told which were students V* < x"
Johns&SonAgellcy I
Charley and which were parents if

[.participation in the activities has
been the basis for judging. At

;I the close of the program of games,
t refreshments were served. Mrs.

Phone 13 Starke. Fla.AAAAA4AAAAA1.AAAAALAAILAk.I T.and N.Mrs.Norman H. D.Mrs.starling Eldon assisted Sapp. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHTJ COMPANY

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p pssrrJt S. 1 S Garden Club Installs Miss Joan Silcox I Young Married Class Recent Births weekly Issues.; As Clerk of said Court
\\ tnt''--= my hand and official seal By Marian I.. Crosby, Deputy Clerkat
Mrs. M. F. HazenAs Plans MarriageTo 1 Honor Their HusbandsThe tark... Florida, this, May 26 'has. R. Hess. 204 Guaranty Life
Seaman 3-c and :Mrs. Robert 1!>a4, FIdg Jacksonville Florida.
New President Harold \V. Stefanelli the OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Atty for Plf :5; 2S 4, 6 -x
Epps I Young Married Woman's are proud parentsof
a daughter, Linda June, born 4 .
Mrs. J. L. Director Sunday School Class of the First
Price ofj May 23. in the Starke Maternity

District 3 of the Florida Federation Baptist Church held their monthly Hospital. Linda June ,is the granddaughter -

I of Garden Clubs, installed meeting last Thursday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Henry

i the new officers of the Starke The class honored their husbands, Stefanelli and Mr. and Mrs. Russell -
Gladys Mooty I Garden Club at''
Monday evening ,
of Starke.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Priest, guests, Norman
Phone 35 I
the Woman's Club building, in an I
and Mrs. Ernest Brooks,
and Mr
PI impressive ceremony. i| I. Circuit Court Bradford CooBtJ
Preceding the installation the!! service guests. Florida In fhaarery.Benjamin .
F. Powers, Plaintiff vs-
I members enjoyed a delicious j Individual tables were placed on Mildred L. Powers, Defendant

covered-dish supper at 6:30 o'clock. the la'lllr'1at the home of Mr. and Order Of Publication Case And No.:Notice 10-529 le

I The long buffet table was graced H Appear; !state Of Florida To: Machine
with a tall arrangement of deep- Mrs. L. N. Pickering, teacher of To: Mildred U Powers, whose Sewing Operators
rl'sidf'Dand address is: 508! Fern-
red dahlias in a crystal bowl I I the class. A covered-dish supper dale Dme Highpoint. North Caro-
: Other attractive arrangements offspring 'II ,was served at 8 p.m. Games were
I flowers i H |I played. are required( to appear n Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES
were placed at
I June 28, 1954 in the above named
Craw r points of interest throughout the Court and cause. wherein plaintiff
I seeks divorce. 18 THRU 35
_, auditorium for the occasion. Lana Turner Has Bradford County Telegraph shall
Following the supper, Mrs. R. I publish this Order in next four
Dark Hair In Film
lord : : I iF Young, outgoing president, weekly Witness Issues.my hand and official Company Benefits Include Group Life. & Hospital
presided over a short business At Florida TheatreLana seal at Starke. Florida. this May Insurance Paid Vacations and Others

I meeting during which annual reports i 1954.OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
were given. It was also an- Turner adopts brunette As clerk of said Clerk Court APPLY AT OUR OFFICE
,. Crosby Deputy
Pierce nounced that there will be a -- hair to become more exciting than Charles By Marian R. J hess. %04 Guaranty' Life 10th & CHURCH STREETS

Garden Club short course on Mr. and Mrs Lacy B. Silcox I she was as a blonde in "Flame Bldg., Jackonville.! Florida.Attyl' 4t 6/IS
I announce the and and the Flesh", coming to the for Plf.
horticulture and flower arrangements engagement -

Wed- t ?" ; June 21, 22, 23 at U. of F.,I approaching marriage of their Florida Theatre Sunday and Mon-' .. Circuit Court.. .Bradford,.. Co..t"Florida BIG DAD Manufacturing Co.

iiN for $3.00 for the course. After I II daughter, Joan, to Harold W ( I Claa .nr Plaintiff V-
day.In Register
I the business meeting, members of Epps son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer the picture her new hairdois Joseph H. Register, Defendant.Case No. 10-530. Starke, Fla.

I the club Mrs. Epps. of Nettleton Arka*as. The fetching enough to enable hero T
: : presented Young > Order Of Publication And >otlt- ..- ____P
ding I with a silver compote, as a token wedding will be on August 7. : commit a woman's greatestsin Appear State Of Florida To -
I hose residence -
JI | of appreciation for her splendid! "to steal the love that be- To Joseph and address H Register is: Unknown

) leadership as president of the Jr. Woman's Club longs to another woman." You are required to appear named on aT.--
the above
1954. in PT
28 I
:'r 4 t club for 'the past two years. Mrs. Gives Tea In HonorOf 1 Miss Turner is co-starred with\June Court and -ause, wherein plaintiff, f
;. \. Young also presented her execu- Pier Angell and Carlos Thompsonin seeks divorce and restorat.onTelegraph > ?

-:;; "',,"," tive board members and chairmen Senior Girls a story about the pleasure- maiden Bradford naml'County shall

of committees with potted plantsfor I haunts of Europe. i publish this Order in next four

their help and cooperation The Jr. Woman's Club was hos- '
j throughout the year. I tess at a lovely tea in honor of NOTE OF APPRECIATIONI i ..: ,u_ -_ --_' _-= .: : : _

i Mrs. Price installed the following the senior girls their mothers,
, i and the Senior Woman's Club last wish to take this method of
officers for the new year:
I president, Mrs. M. F. Hazen: 1st Thursday afternoon at the homeof thanking all my friends and sup- DK 1 1RKE -
porters for their efforts in be- E '& \
Mrs. Ned Yancey.The my
1 v. p., Mrs. O. L. Beasley; 2nd v.
senior club colors of silver hal during the campaign and I
I' p., Mrs P. J. Quattlebaum; 3rdv.
A lovely and impressive marriage roses, and topped with a miniature p, Mrs. E. D. Tenly; rec. secy., and blue were carried out in the election on May 25. )& \

ceremony of Sunday afternoon bride and groom, above which wasa I' Mrs. Russell Norman; corr. secy- decorations. The tea table was Respectfully your, I Fri., Sat.-May 28. 29

May, 9, was that of Miss wedding bell attached at a tiny I treas., Mrs. E. A. Hall. overlaid with a white linen cloth. L. L. Rpnfroe. DOUBLE FEATURE
Elizabeth Crawford daughter of archway of flowers. Around the
Following the installation Ros- centered with an arrangement
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Crawford Sr., cake was a ruffle of white nylon coe Bullington, of Bullington blue spring flowers in a silver STABLING THANKS VOTERSI Trail Of TerrorWith
of Starke, and John Hubert Pierce, tulle, on which were placed at intervals O'Brien
Studio, showed colored slides of bowl, with silver candle holders Date (Tex) \
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. miniature nosegays of wish to express my appreciation -
flanked each side.
Pierce of Royston, Ga., which was white satin ribbons. The cake was the Flower Show. on for the votes and support accorded -And- .

solemnized in the First Baptist flanked by four low, silver, candleholders Mrs. Herman E. Hafele of Jacksonville Mrs. Vernon Silcox, Mrs. Frow me in the second primaryof MISS AMERICA

church of Starke. Officiating at holding white tapers, and along with Mrs. Price. Strickland, Mrs. John Anderson May 25. I will long rememberthe White Witch DoctorRobert 17 jewels's

the 3 o'clock double-ring ceremony to these were tied bows of white were honored guests at the meet and the Mrs.two D. L. Thomas bowls. presidedat many kindnesses and consid- Mltchura, Susan Hajrworth txpansiei bracelet J'

was Rev. L. D. Haines. nylon tulle to which were attached ing. punch :eration shown me during the cam- 35" : :
the Guests were greeted by the Plus Serial "Jungle Raiders" Chap. ; ...t. .S$4I
Prior to ceremony a pro- pink and white snap-dragons. Alsoon paign. % I -
gram of nuptial music was ren- the table were placed silver First Baptist YPTU club president, Mrs. Steve Simmons -Dan W. Starling. No. 10 and Color Cartoon for Kids

dered by Mrs. J. A. Jordan, organist trays, decorated with ruffles and Faye Paulk, and Mrs. Carl : t :

and Mrs. Charles C. Parker, of puffs of white illusion interspersedwith Has Hamburger FryThe Roberts. Mrs. Leslie Biggs, and SAPP THANKS (VOTERS [ Sun.. Mon. and Tues.

Daytona Beach, soloist, who sang, loops of white satin ribbon Mrs. Ned Yancey presented each May 30, 31 June 1 / <%

"Because", and "The Lord's Pray- holding mints and nuts in pastel Young People's Training senior girl with a corsage of white I am most grateful for the vote DOUBLE FEATUREBud A 't; : ?

er". Traditional wedding marches shades of pink, white and green. Union of the First Baptist Church, gladioli, tied with blue and silver you gave me in the county elec- DIRECTORexpansion 0, _v I : -

were used. Other silver trays held white petit- H. A. Lawson, leader, enjoyed a ribbon. i tion. I consider this a vote of Abbott and Lou Costello band _. \

The church wag decorated with fours decorated with wedding bells. hamburger fry at the"home of About 100 guests called during i confidence and assure you that I Meet Dr. Jekyll and $35" -=- I

floor baskets of white gladioli and Punch was served from a punch Mr and Mrs. Joe Jordan, on High the event.Recent. will perform the duties of this i/ I'

pink and white snapdragons .bowl which was placed on beds of way 301, last Friday evening. important office in accordancewith Mr. Hyde It' .2 _

against a background of palms. greenery in which were tucked The 25 young people were costumed BirthsMr. your wishes. I will be gladto Co-Starring>> Boris Karloff

Seven-branch candelabra holding snapdragons and white gladioli .for the occasion to repre- discuss any matter pertainingto ii, \

cathedral tapers cast a soft glow blossoms. sent movie stars, and the furf of and Mrs. J. M. EdwardsJr. this office with anyone at any- -And- 4t'i I

over the setting. Family pews Greeting the guests at the door the evening was trying to guess ,
the birth of
announce a daughter
were marked with white satin was Mrs. Garl Mathews and who each represented.Mr. time.Again A Queen Is CrownedIn -
pre- I Susan Nanette born May 16 may I say thank you. Pas As littl. As _ {
bows and dusters of TechnicolorPlus
pompoms.The sented them to the receiving line and Mrs. H. A. Lawson and -Ethan
in the Alachua General Hospital. Sapp.
bride, who was given in composed of members of the bridal Mrs. Joe Jordan fried the ham-I Color Cartoon for Kids 'I WEEKLY

marriage by her father, chose as party. Mrs. L. N. Pickering and burgers over the outdoor fire- II I _ _
her matron of; honor, Mrs. Brad Mrs. Crawford.
place, and the young folks en-
ford Locke, of Portsmouth. Va. i Keeping the bride's book were joyed their hamburgers on tablesin Wed., Thur-June 2, 3
The bridesmaid, and sister-in-law Mrs. Don Neel and Mrs. D.
DOUBLE for Bolovi!
Graduates preference
the yard under the overhanging expressed an overwh'Irainj ,
of the bride Mrs. Lonnie
was Crawford.
at the
Crawford Jr. of Jacksonville. The bowl were Mrs. Freeman RegisterJr. punch lights. After the supper games Girls In The Night watches, according- a recent natisn: ,*ide survey by Scholastic

flower girl was Betty Ann Registerof and Mrs. Michael Gilhooly.] were played and at midnight they IV !I Harvey Lembeck, Joyce Holden
all attended the midnight showat
Starke. Cutting the cake was Mrs. Dew t How time flies the college sary and also for Jimmy Weir
the Florida Theatre, which
Serving as best man for the ,C. Crawford, sister-in-law of the will be home who also had a birthday the -And-
students trekking
was for the benefit of the Junior GIFT SHOP
bridegroom was Bradford Locke, bride, of Crystal River. I 25 youngsters enjoyed swimming, t
Class. next week for their summer vaca- The PretenderAlbert
of Portsmouth, Va., and the ushers, '
Assisting in serv ng were Mrs. boating, games and refreshments
all brothers of the bride, were W. B. Mundy Jr., Mrs. Shellie On the refreshment committeefor tions Marcus Brown and Kas- during the afternoon. Dekker, Catherine Craig "Your Credit Jeueler"

Donnie Hugh Crawford, of Hampton Hall Mrs. E. O. Tenly, Mrs. the evening's entertainmentwere par Duncan will be getting in I Was proud to read in the ,Florida Plus Color Cartoon for Kids
Dewitt C. Crawford Misses Joan Furlough Joan
Starke Florida
Carolyn Redgrave Mrs. Garl from Emory University, Atlanta Suntime weekly of the doingsof ,
River, and Zack Crawford of Silcox and Sandra Chambers.
Starke. Mathews, Mrs. L. D. Haines, Mrs. Johnny Kopelousos and Tom our Junior Woman's Club whereit --

Freeman Register Sr., Miss Shir- Slade from Emory at Oxford, anal I said "Members of the Junior
The matron of honor wore a becoming WMU Circles MeetThe I
ley Carpenter, Miss Joan Tenly, Butch Smith, Robert Taylor from Woman's Club of Starke are glow-
cocktail-length gown of Miss Lucille Hall Miss Marlene Military College .1
orchid nylon net and chantilly lace Burney, and Miss Helen Haines. W. M. U. Circles of the Georgia attends ing with pride these days. They
trimming over taffeta. The Staike First Baptist church will Bill Cressler, who also have been chosen as one of 250:'
snug spending some time with
bodice gave way to a bouffant their: guests, Mr. and Mrs. Pierce meet Tuesday afternoon at 3 Emory University, flew Wash.from there, for I outstanding 'Honor" clubs by the Remember When

skirt of deep pleats in the front, left for a wedding trip to the o'clock June 1, at the following last Friday to Seattlet magazine Woman's Home Com "
which was covered by a billowing Smoky Mountains. The bride homes: his third summer with the U. S. I panion. The community activi- .

redingote effect of nylon net and chose for traveling a lovely dressof Circle 1 Lorena Epperson Coast & Geodetic Survey Groupup ties and achievments of the group

chantllly lace trimmings. Her sheerest white-pleated nylon, Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, Leader Mrs.A. in Alaska heard that and their Thrift Shop project.

chantllly lace jacket and accessories complimented with Navy blue accessories A. Durden. Dianne Gillen, former resident, suggested and managed by Mrs.

were of matching color, and and a white, purple- Circle 2 Daisy Fowler -, is a graduate this June from Richard T. Fowler, were reasons

she carried a nosegay of astors throated orchid corsage. Mrs. Maxie Carter, Leader Mrs.C. Lake City High. for the selection.So I _ _
with nylon net back and satin I Jackie Colley, scenes like this were a _
The bride was graduated from A. Darby. Gail Duke. Jong, see you in the next .
bons and orchid flowers to match Kathr1Harrell, Bobbie Bastedo, '
Bradford High school class of 50 Circle 3 Ida Darby Mrs. Carolyn Common Occurrence
her gown. In her hair, she worea and is now employed by the Gulf Carl Mathews, Leader Mrs. A. J. Joan Slade, Joan and Joyce Scholl, -
bandeau : .
flowers. which matched her Oil Co. of Starke. The bridegroomwas Thomas and Mrs. G. H. Bennett. Jackie Hobbs, Jane Richarde. -- in Starke \

a graduate of Royston; High Polly Wait Margaret Rose Dun- Walk In
Circle 4 Dora Alderman
The bridesmaid's -
gown was identical School, Class of '46, and attended 1 Babs Lance, Sandra Johns fr
Mrs. L. N. Pickering. Leader Mrs.
to that of the honor attendant I
Emmanuel Business College of Shirley Jackson and Linda Johns, __
The flower! H. A. Lawson.
girl was sweet 'SANDALS'
Franklin Springs. Ga. Choosinga Marie Houpt and
In orchid organdy chiffon over taf Circle 5 Helen Masters with chaperones
Naval career he was recently will spend from
I feta. In her hair, she wore a transferred from the U.S.S. Tim- Mrs. F. B. Beard Leader Mrs. F. Thelma Dinkins,
of next weekat
bandeau matching those of the merman in Boston, Mas, for F. Flume and Mrs. D. W. Moore. Monday to Friday With
other attendants and as she walk- duty in Naples, Italy at the new -'- Daytona double AFRINGE Whether old remember it will be fascinated .
ed down the aisle she scatteredrose N.A.T.O. Command. i I Tuesday night: June 1, at 8 p. lums 3rd grade class had a enough to or not, you

petals from a basket covered !!rs. Pierce will continue to live i II m. the Doris Knight Circle, Mrs.P. dose of end-of-school parties last by the many pictures and articles about the early days in

with satin ribbon and tulle withbows T. Nolin. Leader, will meet at Monday, when Billy Melson was
her parents until which time
with Starke and Bradford County that will in the special 75th
of complete
color. appear
matching party
she will be abl to join her hus the church with"Mrs. Dave Paulk host at a On The Toes
The bride selected for her wed band. I and Mrs. Maxwell Vickers, hosI refreshments, and the same afternoon Anniversary Edition of The Brad ford County Telegraph, due off
ding an exquisite of white Kaufmann, Angela
nylon net over satin and chantilly Out-of-town guests included:I I tesses. Siemer and Wanda Wall planneda Cork Cushion Platform the press this summer. The Telegraph is the oldest business establishment
Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt C. Crawford
lace. The lace yoke was accentedby party too for the same in Starke and the oldest in Florida
and Miss Connie Lou Eastwood, of Presbyterian Men surprise with newspaper ,
a high-pointed collar of lace, I spotted Eloise Crepe Rubber Sole.
and the bodice Crystal River. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie afternoon published continuously under the masthead. We feel that
snug of lace over Crawford Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Odom Enjoy, Chicken SupperThe Dobbs and Betty Jo Starling same

the sleeves satin that was becoming with long Crawford, Miss Cheryl Crawford. II after the same young man last its 75th birthday should be the occasion for a special issue bring
tapered into
points Men of the First Presby- who
over the hand. The full skirt swept Dale Crawford, all of Jacksonville, terian Church met in the Sunday Sunday evening wonder ing to our readers some of the colorful early history of the paper,
Mrs. M. C. Grath. Mr. and Mrs. won ? ? ?

,the into finger-tip a court-length veil of lace sheerest train, illusion and- John L. Hall and Miss Sandy Hall, last School Friday.building After for a fried their chicken supper Hear that Alex and Lila Rae as well as the town and county.

all of Milwaukee Wis.. Mrs. Yawn and children are moving out
and imported silk and chantilly i
President Rudolph
Charles C. Parker supper Murphy
Daytona purchased
lace to their newly
was by an Eliza-
bethan crown ornamented with Beach Mrs. B. F. Haines, Orlando, I' introduced Rev. W. S. McAliley i home on the State Farm High-
and Lyle Anderson of who led a discussion of the "Chris- Tom and WE STILL NEED
eeed pearls and rhinestones and Narangasett, 'I way next week and
R. I.Cub. tian Institutions Supported by
rented the
nylon tulle Ritch have
,.' The bride pleating.carried a white satin I ; Suwannee Presbytery." house Marion vacated by the Yawns on I Old Pictures Old Newspapers and Other Relics (
j I After the minutes of the April
ring of lillies of the valley and Pack MeetingCub W. South street, but plan to i
meeting were read. the men ap-

Etephanotis with a white,blossoms purple-throated, centered or- Scouts! Don't forget the.] proved substituting two family on spend Kingsley the summer Lake at. their. Manez cottage and I of Early Starke and Bradford County I

chid in the back of which was last pack meeting of the year suppers and a picnic for summer Dan Priest have moved into the

attached stephanotis blossoms. Monday evening in the :Methodist meetings.The Ceremenaro apartment corner of!

Her only ornament was a pearl Recreation Hall. president commended the Jackson and Thompson streets Ii Many many thanks to those of you who have brought us materialof I
necklace, a gift of the bridegroom All members and parents are men for their support, and appointed to hear that the I II ,
- glad
},{rs. Crawford selected for her urged to attend. Herbert Green and W. T. I.Starke Maternity hospital at the I this kind. We deeply appreciate your interest and cooperation.

daughter's dress of wedding, an afternoon I 1! Jackson the as representatives in planning I old hospital site on E. Madison However, we would like to gather together all such material avail.
aqua chantilly lace over picnic for July.
i i I II last,
UDC Annual PicnicThe i for business
taffeta, with pink accessories anda i I week street opened it Is being staffed by Drs. Whiteor able and will appreciate your continued cooperation and thoughtfulness .
corsage reception of pink was carnations.A held in. the annual picnic of the W. T. 'Miss Lucille Hall .Barry and Ritch with Marion! in bringing it in. We are especially interested in picturesof

church recreation Weeks chapter of the United i;To Marry In July Long Gladys Weldon and Kitty I and and
following the wedding.hall immediately A pink Daughters of the Confederacy will Carter on nursing duty. I J LeatherBobbie's Beige local scenes people, Starke newspapers prior to 1910.

and white color motif was attrac-I' be held at the Kingsley Lake ilr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall of .. Spotted Lola Garbeth. on a1!

tively carried out in the numerous home of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, on Hampton, announce the approaching tractor towing her daddy's truck

arrangements of white gladioli and Wednesday. June 2, at 11 a. m. i iI I marriage of their daughter, home the other evening quite $$2.89 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED

pink and white astors and snap- i I Lucille, to Darrell Burkhart,, USN.,1I Ia: sight see that Roy Brannenis I

dragons set against a backgroundof WSCS Meeting iI I son of Mr. and :Mrs. R. V. Burk- home on 30-day leave after 21 1879 ,

palms throughout the receptionroom. I hart. of Miami, Sunday, July 4, months in Guam hear that ..

Circle 1 of the Methodist W. at 4 p. m., in the Hampton Chris- Lola (Mrs. Hamilton) Ritch of Ii i

The bride's table was overlaid S. C. S.. Mrs. L. D. Vining. leader,' tian Church. Gville gave a birthday party last BooteryStarke Watch for the Big 75th Anniversary Edition !

with an Italian cutwork cloth will meet at 1,0 o'clock Monday! Xo invitations are being sent; Saturday afternoon at the J. H.
centered' with a three tiered wed- morning in the Educational build- all friends and relatives are in- Ritch cottage on Kingsley Lake Fla. I

ding cake, embossed with pink ing. vited. for her son, John's 15th annhrer- t
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= rflsr5srSSfl a_SSS_ GOT EVERYTHING? Give her
Garden Club OfficersPrincipals V State Library Convention an EMerbrook pastel purse pen.

I Report I Telegraph.Only $2.37 at Bradford County

from i la ttrrait "o.rt, Bradford Coaaty
Florida IB. Chaaeery.
THE NEWS V 'holas Verga. Plaintiff \>-_ UoVergd. "
Si4rr Defendant.atlrr
ease S,.. 11\--. :
l-J-I -r JrprrrtrssrrrsprrJrMr. I Congress i \ To Appears
To Rose Mane whose .',,
Verga -
_ Mrs. Louise Moore, of Kingsley I : and Mrs. Andrew Ramseyof I dt'', t. and address il': 118 Avenue I*.
Lake, has had as her guest the Gainesville were Sunday guestsof 1 Kruuklyn. Sew York.
past three weeks Mrs. Hazel Moran Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowens. It, : I by BILLY MATTHEWSThe I suit Vou for are hereby notified that a

of New York City.J. :Mrs. Mattie Gahagan and Mrs.P iMxoroe l'u"tudy and ,..UI'l'o'tJf
L. Woods of Savannah Ga. J. QuatUebaum left Wednesdayfor v most important thing to I minor childrenhas
spent the weekend with Mr. and a six weeks motor trip throughthe been filed against you In the
report this week is something above named Court and cause and
Mrs. Ewell Lawson.Mr. west as far as San Francisco, i
about which you have already you are required to serve a copy of
and Mrs. Inman Green and Calif. your answer or pleading to the complaint -
and Mrs. H. H. Adams and heard the Supreme Court's decision on the Plaintiff's AttorneyT.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green at- Mjr. Frank Landrum, Starke. Fla
tended the Elks convention in Orlando children wer weekend guests of declaring unconstitutional and file the original in the office of
over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Turnipseed in segregation in our public schools.I d the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
# before the 28 day June. 1954;
Rev. and Mrs. T. G. Mitchell and Columbus, Ga. I am outlining for you my views:I IPARKHERE otherwise the allegations of said

family of Lake Shore were Mrs. W. P. Rogers. of Jacksonville on the problem as expressed in a I Complaint will be taken as confessed -
the week with Mr. in the installation of new Garden Club officers were: talk I made before the House! by you
luncheor r eats of Mrs. H. H. spent past ji This notice shall be published
Adams on tuesdayll.11Ue; the Mit- and Mrs. T. F. Landrum. Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum (left), third vice president; Mrs. R. F. Young, this past week on several bills I once each week for four consecutive

chefs were here to vote. Mrs. E. C. Priest, Mrs. Eula outgoing president; Mrs. 31. F. Hazen, incoming president; Mrs. Rus- concerning education. graph.weeks in the Bradford County Tele

Friends of Mrs. Adolph Gay will Hollingsworth and Mr. and Mrs. sel Norman, recording secretary; Mrs. J. L. Price, district director; I Dated this :26 day of May. U 54OFFICIAL. .
to hear Red Alvarez had as Sunday guests "We have witnessed an event I ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby
regret that she has returned and Mrs. E. A. Hall _
Clerk of the Circuit CourL8y
during the few which
to St. Vincent's hospital I ilr. and Mrs. Jack Adkins of past days Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
for further treatments.Mr. Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Dennis transcends in importance the I ___ __ 5/!
and Mrs. J. B. Dansby and Hollingsworth of Winter Haven Mr. and :Mrs. H. B. Montgomery Mrs. Marcus Baggett and daughter scope and objective of all of the, -
_I. CircuIt Court, Bradford C...'r,
family, of Perry, and Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Reid of of Griffin, Ga.. are visiting Mrs. Donna, of Fort Pierce, spent bills we have been considering'I Florida: IB Chancery.Dewey .

Mrs. R. J. Andrews of Orange Newberry.Mrs. W. J Chandler and the Godwins. the past week here visiting friends for the cause of education. I refer F. Harper Plaintiff. v.

Park, were Sunday guests of Mr. Cecil Sewell and daughter, :Mrs. O. L Haynes Sr. is Visit- I and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. to the Supreme Court's decision Effir c. Harper. Defendant.Case No. IO-i>U

and Mrs. R. O. Dansby.Mr. Pam, were weekend guests of Mr. ing her son-in-law and daughter T. Gill took them home Saturdayand holding that the principleof ':.Order Of Pabllratloa aid *etlr T.
Pictured above are the BHS representatives at the Appears State .f Florida
and Mrs. Joe Taylor daughter and Mrs. T. E. Simmons in Pensa- ,Mjr. and :Mrs. J. A. Scanlan in spent the weekend there. equal but separate facilities state convention To Effie C. Harper. whose r*-.-

Betty, and son, Bobby and cola. Vint Hills Farms, Va., for the Tom Slade is bringing a classmate io long the law of the land is of the Florida High School Library Council. They are ((1 to r) I denoe and address is: Hodge, Louisi

Miss Jalne Burgess, of Waycross Mrs. F. D. Fancher attendedthe summer. Dean Fowler home with NOW unconstituti nal. We don't Sonny Tenly, Ruth Burner, Miss Audrey Newman BuS librarian Barbara I ana.Von are required to appear oa

Ca.. were weekend guests of Mr. funeral of Fred J. Miller in Mrs. R. C. Dampier, of Starke, him from Emory University next need an extra commission to tell .Norman and Jerry C lle-. Tenly was elected state vice president -I June :28, 1951.; in the above named

and Mrs. Robert Taylor. Perry last Friday.Mr. Mrs. Parker Dampier, and Mrs.T. week for a visit. our people what the problem is. of the orginization at the Leesburg convention. I Court and cause wherein plaintiff
,seeks divorce. Bradford County -
l Miss Carolyn Edwards is spend- and Mrs. O. L. Sandersonand A. Bacon, of Jacksonville, spent Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lest yoU be mistaken let me tell I Telegraph shaM publish this Order -
ing three weeks with Miss Peggy son, Wayne of Jacksonville the weekend in Tampa and St. Burns will regret to hear that Mrs.Burns' in next four weekly issues
visited Mrs. J. H. Fields and Mr. you the attitude of the majority the slices. 'I Witness my hand and official seal
[ Syansky- in Miami Petersburg visiting, relatives and brother Prentiss Morgan, the I TO at Starke Florida. this May -'6.
I neople, of both races in
I' Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards and and Mrs. Charles Fields on Mon friends. died last Tuesday in Dallas, Texas. WASHING WOOLIf 1954.
daughters and Dianne I the 8th Congressional District of I HOUSEWIVESCUCUMBER you're washing wool blanketsor (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Gayle day.Mr. Mrs. W. B. Parks was visiting The Burns have been visiting the As Clerk of said Court
spent the weekend in Daytona.Mrs. and Mrs. Reese Scott attended friends in Ocala on Saturday. Morgans and other relatives in Florida. which I represent. Thev other woolen clothes this spring, By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk

W. M. Haight of Jacksonville the funeral of his father Billy Dampier spent the weekendwith Dallas the past month. Mr. and view this decision as fraught: with CUES try the easy soak method of getting Chas.. R. Hess. 204 Guaranty Life

is spending a few days with Winfield Scott in Bristol Tenn. his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Burns are now in El Dorado dangers comparable to the tragedies Cucumbers are one of our favorite them clean. It saves energy I Attys.P'ldg. Jacksonville for Plf. Florida. 5/28 4t 6. 15IT'S

Mrs. J. H. Fields. last weekend. Mrs. P. A. Dampier in Jacksonville. Ark., visiting Mrs. Burns' sister i of World War I and II. and foods for fresh salads and and shrinkage. A study of washing I

Miss Patricia Pellum spent the Mrs. L. M. Clarke returned home i Mrs. M W. Lance was called to Mrs. Jac\: Ward who is serously I the emergence of the communist sandwiches. This season, take ad- blankets in automatic washersby A DILLY .

weekend with Miss Jane Walkerin after spending several days with I Waycross, Ga. on Tuesday by the terror. The maiority of the fine vantage of them fresh and then the Ohio Experiment Station REVOLUTIONARY

Gainesville. her son, Merton. at the Veterans illness of her granddaughter.Gloria ill.Mr.. and Mrs. W. G. Haile spent people that I represent do not plan some special pickles to add showed that the agitation of wool!

Lt Jamie Worley of Graham hospital. Augusta, Ga. He is im Carswell.Dr. the past week in Georgia visiting want the abolishment of segregation variety to your meals. Here are in water was the chief cause of !

IAFB, Mariann, spent the weekend proved. M. B. Herlong, Mr. and Mrs. relatives.Mr. at this time in our public several of my favorites. shrinkftge.

[with his uncle and,aunt, Mr. and Joe Sistrunk was deep-sea fishing Frank Herlong and Mrs. Carrie and Mrs. E. L. Matthewsand schools. That viewpoint. I know. There are a few pointers in making Briefly, here is the blanket- : : .

[Mrs. Claude Crowson. at St. Marks last Friday.Mr. Adams leave June 1 for Waynes- daughters will spend the is common throughout the south- pickles. Use enamel aluminumor washing method developed to

Mr and Mrs. Hugh Morehead. and Mrs. C. A. Futch Joe ville. N. C, for the summer. weekend in Daytona Beach where land a great and important stainless steel pots to heat your shrinkage: save I,
Submerge the
''of Ashland Ky., were weekend Sistrunk and Mr. and Mrs. Mack Mrs. Mae Jones and grandson, Mr. (atthews Will attend the section of the Republic. What we pickling syrups. Copper or galvanized in water in which
I guests of Mrs. 0. L. Beasley while Futch and daughter, Linda, were Mike Jones, and Mrs. Fannie .Florida Press Assn. meeting.Mrs. buckets or pots are not a detergent is |I
need is to tell
now some sage us I dissolved and allow to soak for ior j I
itnroute from St Petersburg weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wood, of Jacksonville spent from Bertha Pearce spent last of practical action good to use. Use only fresh cucumbers 20 15
here they spent the winter to I Merrill Futch and family, at Tallahassee Thursday to Sunday with Dr. and week in Jessup Ga., visiting hersoninlaw that a will make program or within 24 hours after pick- blanket minutes. Then turn the I I
I heir home. last weekend.ALVAREZ' our people happy over once or twice i
Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mrs. and daughter, Mr. and ing. Sort for size. Use right I
contented Americans. if they are spin off the
Charlie Powell and Mrs. Mrs. W. G. Godwin and family ingredients and measure accurately. jand water and refill -i
railed to accept a decision the
II1 Robert Lappe and children have who left Tuesday for Duluth, upon machine for rinsing. The
Men's Clothing which is extremely Always tie spices in a bag so rinse
returned home from Minn. where will make unpopular with too. is done by soaking without
STORE Denver, Colo., they their be lifted out when I
they can packing -
Established 1894 IJIII where they had been visiting Mr. home. th' great majority. I say this, operating the machine. Soak
lidi and Mrs. Ralph Miller. I :Mr. Speaker, without malice. pickles. Spices when packed in in rinse water 5 minutes, extract' Top Water Dilly Lure

Mrs. Titus Olson visited Mrs.j Recent Birth The good people I represent of|,'Jars dark.with pickles will turn them the water and turn, the blanket With nuilt-U Flub Attractor

:Mae Hawhjns in Waldo on Thurs-I : both races, know that you can't while a second deep rinse comes Bent qualitle. 0' other IradlaK
I legislate equality or good will, or Store finished pickles, sealed in into the machine. lures built late ..1' lurr. Ittasitaare
day.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Tilley of II Extract water almost anbrllriablr. One
and Mrs. John Yates of tolerance or love or mutual re Jars in a cool dry place. and stretch blanket to it man took the flab I. fUr rastil
] bring
OLDSMOBI Jecksonville former residents ot I .other aries ban ".e. baum
LETHE Valdosta, Ga., were Sunday guestsof Starke, are the happy parents of spect. You can't solve the problem Sweet Gherkins back into size and shape. When were not hitting other lurra; Mill

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. Mrs. a son, Don Ray Tilley Jr., born by someone far removed from Sweet, crisp and colorful, small dry, brush to restore fluffiness. .other t....k hi) limit TOTnl IB 40 iai.GL'.tRATEEI ..

John Sale, who has spent the past Wednesday in'St.. Luke's the scene saying "All will be green gherkins add eating pleasure Other studies of washing wool MORK BtSS or roar ....e,. bark
CAR two weeks with her son, Guy Sale hospital. well". This to is to meal. Select 2 fabric
The maternal and me a practical, any quarts also indicate that the less SEE OIK
and family returned to her homein are Mrs. paternal Shallerof grandparents personal problem affecting the.small green cucumbers. Have all .handling, rubbing or agitation of FARM HOME and AUTO

OF TOMORROW A Valdosta with the Yates. Starke and Mrs.Peggy Hattie Collinsof mores and traditions of millionsof as near same size as possible. One I the wool in water the better for STORE

15gA15 Floyd Green has returned home State Farm. good. loyal Americans. We to 2 inches is a good size. Wash. preventing> shrinkage. In general. MU. by
he after spending the past three have made great progress under Cover with a boiling hot brine lukewarm water and a detergentas Chase Rod & Tackle Company

FOR! weeks Hospital in the where Jacksonville he' \inderwent Naval LEFT OFF HONOR ROLLJo the present system in our south- made with 2 cups salt in 1 1-2 mild as that used for shampoo 4100,.t HeterKbars 42nd .\,eaue.Florida North

I Ann Smith, who has made land. What of the future? I'I quarts boiling water. Soak in is suggested for washing wool !

locally stale and surgery.Mike York of Miami few I every BHS honor: roll except one want to stress again, we don't brine 24 hours. Drain. Heat 2 i
spent a
local taxet ""ro. this need further theoretical studies quarts white vinegar to boiling I "- _-
days with his cousins, Elaine and year, was inadvertently left
I about the matter. I and pour over gherkins. Let stand LARGE ICE COLD
off last week's listing for the 11th want to
with Cynthia Strickland
Loaded with looks! Packed at Kingsley
I Lake. i grade. prophesy this. The South which 24 hours. Drain and to the vine-

powerl' See and drive the new Mrs. Pauline Torode returned had no Marshall plan to help recover gar add: 4 cups sugar, 2 table- WATERMELONSGUARANTEED
TO TilE VOTERS OF whole allspice, 1 tablespoon
a tragic the
home from war RIPEMARTIN'S
1954 "Rocket" Oldsmobile- Wednesday Fairborn, --
BRADFORD COUNTYI celery seed, 2 tablespoons stick
South which has made tremendous
where she
Ohio the
: '- the value buy of the year! three weeks with spent her soninlawand past wish to express my sincere appreciation progress despite almost over- cinnamon 2 tablespoons whole FRUIT SHOP

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. for the wonderful vote I whelming adversities. will look cloves, 1-2 cup mustard seed.

( Your price dependt upon choice of Hieatt. given me on May 25. I consider into its soul. and whatever happens (Spices tied in a bag). Boil 10 I -

-..-- node and!and acceuor'wi.body ttyle Price optional may equipment vary- Mrs. N. B. Rosier and children, this a vote of confidence and I will continue its triumphantmarch minutes. Pack pickles in clean, I t'SSflSerspsflSsrsss.rrs nfl-sep I 11"1.

c..%) slightly$ in adjoining communities became and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green assue you tha I will conduct the to its destiny of economic. sterile jars. Cover pickles with

( c r of shipping charges. All prices visited Mrs. C. H. Dittmar in JackSonville affairs of the office as County cultural. and spiritual greatness." boiling hot syrup. Seal jars and

I i :. subject to change without notice. on Tuesday.Mrs. Commissioner to the best interestsof store in cool place.Cucumber.

Check Our easy budget termsl J. A. Griffin returned home the people of Bradford County. Slice
Gwendolyn Shuford
Friday after a month's visit with May the Lord bless you and I Wash 1 peck medium size cucum

her mother, Mrs. F. R. Coker, in keep you all. 1 I Graduates This Week bers. Cut into slices about 1-4

.. Lakeland, who has been ill. -E. L. (Lawton) Crawford. \ inch thick. Mix slices with 1 cup
--- "
III--s. salt. Let stand overnight Drain
""'"'< >' !
o( ._\ A .; ; I ,i and press out all juice. Rinse
,- J slices in cold water. Boil
_. .J ,
1f .. ::
,_ ., 9 cups of vinegar. 3 cups sugar.
f S-U---Y- 'O-U -- SMu'O.IL'E I and 1-4 .cup mixed pickle spice.

ROL'D DEALER TODAYI-' for 5 minutes. Pack slices in

I clean sterile jars. Leave 1 inch

head space. Cover slices with
ii I the hot pickling syrup. Seal and

t' store in cool place. A peck'of
Phone 111 Starke, Fla. Cor. Call & Court St. b.- PONCANEBRI medium size cucumbers makes 10

Wherein the lovely days fly by. This I baked I to 12 pints pickles. For variationadd
morning a big
e I 2 sliced small GRADUATES !
-- quarts peeled,
II. I as I work In my garden and dreamof angle food cake. It is time now ; \ \
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white onions to cucumbers and
I the June days to come. when eggs are so good and fresh I KOCH'S DRUG STORE Is
salt Let stand 24 hours and
and cheap. I had a new angel .
The trees upon the hilltops .. .. follow same directions given for proud of our 1954 Graduates.We .
food cake It looks :
pan. real .
Trace patterns in the skies 3-? ""I are happy to be of servicein

The road along gray ribbon nice.ANGEL .* '.- helping friends and rela-
FOOD CAKE 1 1-2 :
: '
Unfolds before our eyes. *.: tives of the Graduates select t '
cups egg whites about 12 ,
Dedicated To Service eggs -
Community We steep our souls in luxuryOn .' USEFUL, SUITABLE Gifts.
Movie Are Better Than En 1 1-4 cups granulated sugar 1 cup y : 'f'
cushioned tires.
softly ;:
powdered sugar, 1 1-4 cups cake : :T.GWE'ndol'n
The loveliness of the valley lour v .
teaspoon cream of
If find name concealed! in the Florida Theatre Ad Inspirits and inspires. -- tartar
you your I 1-4
teaspoon salt 1 tsp. vanilla. GIFTS FOR HER GIFTS FOR HIM
cut ad out and present it to Box; Office for FREE TICKETS But we need a greater powerTo Sift all the H. Shuford daughterof G ---
flour .
sugar together
heal our hurts and ills, ; Mr. and Mrs. Jake Shuford, of ::

Fri., Sat.-May 28 29 As our eyes are lifted upwardTo seven times. In a large Appomattox Va., former Lavrtey 4t ---/t Compacts Wallets

DOUBLE FEATURE Tues., Wed. and Thur. the everlasting hills. bowl put the egg whites and the residents will receive a bachelorof AV A
salt. Beat
-Mary: E. Conner until they foam. Add science degree this week at t1. Necklaces Razors
cream of tartar and beat egg:; Madison
June 1,2,3 College, Harrisburg, Va.
This is a lovely May day. When whites until they stand in soft She will enter the Medical College Pearls Cologne

you read this June will, be herein peak fold in the flour and sugar of Virginia hospital in September -I

I R.A.NCOL.PH all its glory. Again I am out mixture. Add vanilla. Bake one as a dietetic intern. Upon 1 I fttfr Perfumes Brushes t

With AndSCOTT I on the sun porch where I can hour in 350 degree oven. Do not completion of a 12-months term. I Cologne Shaving Sets t

I I look down on my garden. I can grease your cake pan. I -he will become a member of the I

look down the rows of cabbage. HELPFUL HINTS: Rinse your I American Dietetic Assn.. and ac- '

MISSION t 'Riding i and beans and potatoes. My heartis bath _towls in two waters one I cept a position as head dietitianat ALSO -

full of pride as I view my warm and the last cold. Shake the Virginia Baptist hospital.

OVER KOREA handiwork. I have another pieceof well and hang in the sun and" Lynchburg Va.OTICETO. Auto-Owners will Pen and Pencil Sets 4.50 up .
; Sholgl/ land in Indiana. It is mostly wind. Here of late I have been pay j
With Hotliak and Derek woods. that my father gave me washing on Saturday. I iron Mon- ftar1sportation chares; Stationery 59c to 1.75

Plus "Roughly Squeaking" (''ar- n'ARNERCoLOR over twenty years ago. Some- day and have more time to do I ,APPK" |I to .OOinordtaih3t
: up : ;
tn other things. |I. rirrnlt Oar, Bradford Co nty.FlnrMat
me joy
it always brings
toon and Chap. No. 7 Serial | In ChaBery.De I
\ think of the big trees and the This week I made myself two :, Kite Tro don. Plaintiff vs David I youmayre3chyourdestl.

CLYDE BRADLEY I I ttt STMHUHl\\j Mlrt briars that used to have so many dimity dresses and three aprons j Trogdon. Defendant.Case Xo 19-5S1 I, nation or return home : CANDY

MORRIS HlAN WELDON Ij) blackberries. At one time my to match. They are very pretty]!
WAYNE! j Jfollo-e T. A' *ari I prO(4'1g'you havt COY.eaorthh2zrd -
Sun. In
Mon.-May 30 31 I grandmother lived there when my and will be nice for hot weather. !> To David Trogdon whose rul- i' Gift Boxes
dem-e and addres is: r/o James W.
I get such nice letters from Mildred ;
i father was a boy. :,Trogdon. $90(4 Jefferson Avenue

I _ I Plus "Punch Truck" Cartoon Well Sunday I have to play the I Sculley in MiddIeburg. She!II i:\arwjk Virginia. I causing your loss.Is KODAKSCLOCKS
I I I You are hereby notified! stat a .
I I oiano at church. I have two will graduate from high school :jiuit for I
choirs. One of the young people. next year. She was just a small j j'I Divorce your preset autOmobile

M.G.M' I R. S. MULLINS and another of adults. They will girl at Clay Hill when I taught j j above'I''I has been named filed Court against and you cause In and the policy this { .1

come in from the rear door In a there. Shirley Padgett and ]I you are required to serve a copy of !

RAM j I processional and wear choir robes. Howard have a new baby. and so j{,complaint your answer on or pleading the Plaintiff to thr generous ? I !

'ltcfile ..oF&11 The candles are lighted by two many nice things have happened Attorney T. Frank Landrum. Large Selection of Graduation Cards'
I the minis at Hill still I I Stark. Florida,.' l lI
COMING SOON boys. We will surprise Clay I grieve over and fife 'the original In tbe office of ll

I ter. I am just to play this one I the early death of Genevia Fields I I the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court ODor Conner Bros. .

color byTECHNICOLOR Sunday.The Padgett, L. C. Johns and Walter 28 day of June 1551; I
I \ CASANOVA'SiuNml' new Cadillac funeral car is Knight otherwise the allegation of said I !
Complaint will be taken as confessed DRUG J
-a---- I in the garage. The agent who So time marches on, and this by you. Insurance Agency

sold Dan the car went to Lima day I find myself so happy. I This notice ball be published KOCH
1IUfSI"1ZIJI once each week for four consecutive
BIG NIGHT Ohio. and got it. He also brought do not think I can ever be hap- weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph ;

Plus "Satisfied! Customer Cartoon a 1953 sedan Cadillac and Don pier in this world. I thank God 129 W. Call St. Phone 285 STORE
Dated this SI day of May. 1954.
: and Latest World New bought it too. So now we are all for blessings.God I OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby Starke Fla

--- fixed for a nice funeral They are bless you everyone. Clerk cf the Circuit Court ,-
.- Clerk.
By Marian L. Creator Deputy
- -- -. -- - --- beautiful cars. LOVE L'tJRA.I I f 6/28 it Gilt. I nflcsnflflflflflssn SSSSSSSS_SSSSSflSS _an3

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SIX FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1954

n'flyyyym1'YAyyyyyRn Club have completed their plans A. D. Albritton. idence-and address is: 2229 Ada once each week for four consecutive I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. IVrbr
Mrs. F. P. Eagan, while on her Ramp Drive, Augusta, Georgia.You weeks in the Bradford Count I Clerk of the Circuit Od rt.
for the annual bazaar to be heldon SOIL CONSERVATION are required to appear on Telegraph. I
way to her home in New York, June 7, 1954. in the Dove named I By Marian I*. Crosby, Deputy Cle 'c
Keystone Heightsby July 10 from 12 noon till 9 had an accident, in which she 3 seeks Court divorce and cause and wherein restoration plaintiff of Dated this 30 day of April, 1954. 5/7 4t 5/\

at the Keystone Heights Woman'sClub. suffered a multiple-fracture of NEWSBy maiden name.Bradford -

Bin. Sara ltlcDonaldAA&&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA will be booths County Telegraph shall
There many her ankle. She is hospitalized in I publish this Order in next four

LL games and other attractions for Syracuse, N. Y. Bill HaasU weekly\Vitness Issues.my hand and official WHAT IS

Mrs. Sara seal at Starke, Florida, this :May 4,
Mrs. Fraher and
A good crowd attended the the children as well as the adults.A Pat S. SOIL CONSERVATION 1S54. .

music recital put on by the music fried-chicken dinner will be McDonald will spend the weekendin (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs IIIaaX -: :
t IJ@
served from 6 to 8 South Florida. Mrs. Fraher will SERVICE Clerk of said Court.
m., price
pupils of Mrs. Stalling on Thurs- p. By Marian I* Crosby. Deputy: Clerk IIr
day night. The young people gavea $1.00 for adults, .and 50c for chil- be in Miami with relatives, and ..._- '" Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Build-
I':Mrs. McDonald will stop off at ing, Jacksonville, Florida. g -
dren. A parakeet will be given as
creditable 5'28
very performance. V. R. Ferguson, chairman of the A conservation farm plan was Attys. for Plf. 5/7 4t
This town is a special door prize for children, Vero Beach to visit her brother.Mr. .
week the cleaningup
Bradford Soil Conservation I E. MORE
District prepared for C. Gamer on his !. Circuit Court, Bradford County
and the drawing for the air con- and Mrs. John Karges left
the streets that run to the Florida IB Chaaecry. .
announced that the Board farm, which is located in the
ditioner and the silver service this week for a visit in Kansas Anne Graen Plaintiff vs. Herman
lake so residents will have easier will hold its monthly meeting Graham section. He is going to Graen, Defendant. THE INt LD'S GOLD
will be at 9 m. The public is City. They will be back by mid- Case No. 10-47S
to the water. p.
access June. June 3 at Lloyd Green's home. use Pensacola Bahia and Pangolafor Order Oi .....Ut'lltlo. And Notice BURIED IN THE UNITED STATES --9
will to
invited. All
The Contract Bridge proceeds go
Keystone his permanent pasture. He To Appear State of Florida Tot =
Club held its weekly play at dup- the church building fund. Workon The Community Church Women Zedra Hamilton has been combining Herman Graen whose residenceand TREASUPY'S VAULTS AT
also plans to use lupine as a soil
licate Bridge at Keystone Inn the new church is expected to held a picnic at the beach on I' oats and lupine. He stated builder on his cropland.The You address are required is: Unknown.to appear on FORT KNOX,KENTUCKY-THE MOST, i

:Monday, May 17. High scores: get under way this summer. Wednesday May 19. It was a cov- that the yields of lupine are low June 7, 1954 in the wherein above plaintiff named SAFELY GUARDED STRONGHOLD ON EARTH I

were as follows: north and south,I Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Walrath Sr., ered-dish luncheon attended by I and that the fields to be com- FFA boys under the super- seeks Court divorce.and cause

1st Remlinger and Lovely 81 expect to leave for North Carolina members of all circles. About bined are few; "That's why we vision of Paul Hutchins and Leon Bradford County Telegraph in next shall four THIS VAST GOLD SUPPLY IS THE BASIS FOR I
points; 2nd, Wlnn and Herndon on Saturday. forty members were present and 1 sent seed up north to be plantedfor Carter are using the District's publish weekly issues.this CONFIDENCE IN THE AMERICAN DOLLAR

7ft; 3rd, Mr. and Mrs. John Kar- Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Reamer, all enjoyed the meeting. After .seed," stated Zedra. Reports seeder'cultipacker to plant Argen- Witness my hand and official
gel, 68. East and west: 1st expect to leave this weeK for their lunch, the circles got togetherand I from other lupine-growing sec- tine Bahia on the FFA farm seal 1S54.at Starke. "'VALUED 4

Watson and Terry 73; 2nd., home in Meadville, Pa. talked over plans for the tions of the State indicate that ..OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby
Shaw used the district's As Clerk of said Court.
Mrs. Dona and L. Kyle 69; 3rd., Mrs Gordon Adams has returned summer and falL At least one, there will be very little lupine Frazier Marian L. Crosby Deputy: Clerk.
to five About one-half of the monestary gold in the world is
}{t, and Mrs. P. Tolles 66. from a visit to Tallahassee, No. 3, will meet next month. They seed combined due to a virus disease seeder cultipacker plant Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Build-

The Keystone Heights Catholic where she visited her sister, Mrs. will have a picnic at the home of and thrip.A acres Frazier of giant states Striata that the Crotalaria.giant ing Attys., Jacksonville for Plf. Florida.5/7 4t 5/:8'I' held by the United States Treasury. Most of which is

Mrs. Sara D. McDonald on June stored in vaults at Fort Knox Kentucky and well
basic soil-and-water conser- I Striata will give him plenty of NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR --
22. .
vation farm plan was preparedfor grazing and also help build up TAX DEED protected.It .
Electric Motors Rewound and Serviced City taxes in Keystone are 98 House Bill No. 1S62
M. L. Lawson on his place, his land. Notice is hereby given that P. Y.
per cent paid. It is hoped that the holder of the following
located out the Brownlee Road He Saxon and our great capacity for industrial production
said certifi-
SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIR before the end of this week the NOTICE TO APPEAR certificates has
has planted Pensacola Bahia in Bradford Coaaty.Floridat 'cates for a tax deed to be issued
GENERAL MACHINE WORK remaining few parcels will be his pecan grove. While discussinghis I. Circuit I.Court Chancery. thereon. The certificate numbersand is the basis for world confidence in the

paid, so we can be 100 per cent. Margaret J. Curry, Plaintiff, vs. years of issuance the descrip-
farm M. L. remarked and the namesin American Dollar
plan, I. Curry, Defendant.Case tion of the property
All Work Guaranteed Reasonable Rates SCHOOL NEWS Robert No. 10-522 which:: it was assessed are as fol-
that the Bahia gives him plentyof 1 1I
The graduating class of the \otlce To Appeari lows:
grazing, and that he doesn'thave To: Robert I. Curry whose residence Certificate Xo. 73. Year of Issuance
Keystone Heights Grammar trouble the and address is: M/Sgt. USA 1952.
School consisting of Ann Cox, any gathering Serial Number RA 6970654. 531st Description of Property: Blk. 6 I
Red Seal Electric & Machine ShopF. I nuts in the fall with the grass Quartermaster Co., Post of Corozal. Hampton Park in NEV4 of SEVi
Martha Sue Emma K. of NWViV'S
Finley grazed close. Panama Canal Zone, Republic of Section 31, SWI4
Section 32, T.
Forsythe, Herbert La Mee, Charles Panama. of SR2.E.Name NW% of. SWii FLORIDA BANK at STARS
W. GRAUDON Owner-Manager Oliver Catherine Parker, Milton I Johnny Wall, member of the You are hereby notified that a in which assessed: Mrs. Sarah
suit for t.eerye+
106 Washington St. Phone 397 Starke, Fla. Starnes, Kay Walrath, and Glenda I,Bradford Chapter of the FF A. Divorce, custody and control of All Brugger.of said property being in the Member Florida National Group
Whitesides, were honor guests at used the district's rotocycle mower minor childrenhas County of Bradford, State of Flori- ,

-"I the evening worship services, May :to mow his pasture, which is his above been named filed Court against and you cause In and the da.Unless such certificate or certi-

23. Rev. W. B. McCrary, pastor .FFA project you are required to serve a copy of ficates shall be redeemed according;
your answer or pleading to the complaint to law the property described in
.-- That1s Our Business preached the baccalaureate sermon -I One ton of lime per acre was on the Plaintiffs AttorneyWm. such certificate or certificates will
r. -L S s and Dr. A. J. Holl, pastorof D. Morgan, 507 Clark Building be sold to the highest bidder at the
C If'It's Glass We Have It! i put out on the FFA and district Jacksonville, Florida court house door on the first Mon-
the Community Church, led in in the offioe of of June, 1954, whichis
and file the original day in month
4 All CALL WRITE or VISIT the responsive scripture readingand nursery plot this week. Now that the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or the 7 day of June 1954. 'Sudden Service' Our Motto!
the lime is out, the rescue grass before the 21 day of June, 1954; Dated this 5 day of May. 1954.
prayers. otherwise the allegations of said (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
: / Joe Peters Glass Co. The Harriet Kelly Class held which has seeded out will be Complaint will be taken as confessed Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad-
plowed under, and that field will by :you ford County Florida.
their regular business meetingat This notice shall be publishedonce 5/7 4t :5/28
FOR ANY GLASS NEED the home of Mrs. E. J. Fallin. be planted tm hairy indigo. This each week for four consecutive '
combination winter weeks in the Bradford County: Tele- NOTICE TO APPEAR
1 W. Design Modern Store Fronts New members reported duringthe gives a good graph. hi Circuit Court. Bradford County I

% I Just Mail Us A Pattern for month were, Mrs. E. S. Beebe, and summer temporary pastureand Dated this 19 day of May, 1954. Florida IB 't'baacery.Dolores
hay (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Williams. Plaintiff, vs. f\\ .
Table Tops and Mrs. W. M. Martin. After the crop. Clerk of the Circuit Court Robert Williams Defendant.
refresh- By: Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Case No. 10-504
social hour and
1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353 meeting, a the church, Tuesday, June 1, at 5/21 4t 6/11 Notice To Appear.To .
ments were enjoyed. : Robert Williams, whose residence -
Recent members in the 10:30 a. m. The meeting will be !NOTICE TO APPEAR and address is: c/o S. W. Far- \
new followed by a covered-dish lun- I. Circuit Court, Bradford Couat,. her 415 Kruckner Boulevard, Bronx, '
church are: W. M. Martin, Mr. Florida I. Ckanccrj- New York
and Mrs. Chas Harger Mrs. cheon, with Mrs. Edna Beasleyand Grace Landis, Plaintiff, vs. Walter You are hereby notified that a 9 0e410teDetive1Y
Mrs. Thelma Lamb, as hos- James Landis II, Defendant. suit for
Harold Crawford, and Ray Max- Case No. 10-481 Divorce, custody and control of
tesses. The Night Group will meetat Notice To Appear minor children *
well.The 8 m. at the home of Mrs. Walter James Landis. H, whose has been filed against you In the \
HUNDREDS I Golden Circle Class will p. residence and address is: 101 State above named Court and cause and "
meet Monday, May 31, at the Tommy Dasher. Street, La Porte Indiana. you are required to serve a copy of
I < You are hereby notified that a your answer or pleading to the com-
home of Mrs. E. Altman. All and the Plaintiffs AttorneyT.
NOTICE TO APPEAR suit for divorce custody plaint on
of details are managed and economic the of 17 la Clrcnlt Court Bradford Coumtj control of minor child Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. '
ladies between
ally attended that only a trained and | ages Florida I. Caaaecry. has been filed against you In the and file the original In the office of \ \
I and 34, who are not in a Sunday Jaime A. Sifre, Plaintiff, vs. Clara above named Court and cause and the Clerk of the Circuit Court on c
careful organization can attend when School class are invited to attend. Carbia Sifre, Defendant.Case. you are required to serve a copy of or before the 14 day of June, )
t of
No. 10-482 your answer or pleading to the complaint 1954; otherwise the allegations
the urgent need for serving is at i The Day Group of the Woman's Notice To Appear on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT. said Complaint will be taken as con ,

hand. i Missionary Society will meet at To: Clara Carbia Sifre, whose Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla., fessed by rOUt
residence and address is: Unknown. and file the original in the officeof This notice shall be publishedonce
Your are hereby notified that a the Clerk of the Circuit Court on each week far four consecutive
suit for divorce or before the 7 day of June, 1954; weeks in the Bradford County Tele Here's the on our delivery service. You
DeWITT C. JONESPhone In the of said graph. scoop
I baa been filed against you otherwise the allegations
FILL DIRTGOOD above named Court and cause and Complaint will be taken as con- Dated this 12 day of May, 1S54.
7 .Starke, Fla. you are required to serve a copy of fessed by :you. (OFFICIAL, SEAL) Charles A. Darby order what you need and we'll "hold" it for you
tan.._ .I .6........ your answer or pleading: to the com- This notice shall be published once Clerk of the Circuit CourtBy
RICH plaint on the Plaintiff'. AttorneyT. each week for four consecutive Marian I.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk until your building crew is ready to use it.
Funeral Director Ambulance Service Frank Landrum. Starke, Fla.. weeks in the Bradford County Tele- 5/14 4t 6/4
and file the original In the office of graph.
TOP SOILSee the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Dated this 5 day of May, 1954. IB Circuit Court. Bradford COB at 7,
Our local funeral.home enable u to offer convenience and or before the 7 day of June, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Florida IB Chanrvrr. All you do is call 45 as you need the materials. One of
iervleej not tberwlia available. 1954; otherwise the allegations .f Clerk of the Circuit Court Ohla Ellen Beard Plaintiff, vs. Jos-
trucks will deliver
said Complaint will be taken as con By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk eph A. Beard Defendant.Case No. 10-498 our promptly.

.I fessed This by notice you. shall be publishedonce il7tt 5/28 Order Of Publication And Notice 'lo

We turalah the highest type cervlee at lowest prices ana BILL JACKSONJackson weeks each in the week Bradford for fOUl County consecutive Tele- IB Florida Circuit I.Court.Chancery.Bradford County Joseph Appear A.Slat Beard Of. whose Florida residenceand To You save all around! No storage, spoilage or

accept AM life insurance policy In force, lined by ANY Transfer Compan: graph.Dated this 5 day of May, 1954. Patrick Alice Jackson Michael Redd Redd., Plaintiff Defendant., vs. address are required is: Unkuown.You to .appear on pilferage worries. No wasted time rummaging

company, u payment la part or In full on a funeral. Phone 165 (OFFICIAL! SEAL) Charles A. DarbyClerk ; Case No. 10-477 June 14, 1954. in the above named
Consultation of the Circuit Court. Order of PnbllcatloB and notice To Court and cause wherein plaintiff through a big load for materials.No .
came no oblJpUOn.
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. Appear State of Florida Tos seeks divorce.
.I rr rr rr 5741 5/28 Patrick Michael Redd whose res-I Bradford County Telegraph shall
__un I publish this Order in next four charge for our delivery service either! A convenience -

weekly Witness Issues.my hand and official seal designed especially for our customers!

at Starke, }Florida this May 12, 1954.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
Clerk of said Court 0
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
r Chas. R Hess 204 Guaranty Life
Bldg., Jacksonville Fla.
Attys. for Plf. 5/14 4t 6/4 STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYPhone

IB Tar Court Of Tar" County Judge,
Bradford County, Florida. 45 Washington St. at S. A.L. Depot
IB Probate.In .
i Re: Estate of Edward Seabright, Starke, Fla.

I I deceased.Notice Of Filing Petitloa For Final
IliitrharKe of AdminUtratrlxTO

Notice ALL WHOM is hereby IT given MAY that CONCERN I have: .._,_.__+__._'__ ,_ ___ __, _-0._._ __.___ _'''_ __ __ .
'-, Admini- ,To. __ .,_ __ '* __'.-
filed my final returns as ""' --- -- -- '-
1: ->. .;,.. _. _..,,:.- -", -. .-.-''<.o.: stratrix: of the estate of Edward --------T-----
; 1 Stabnght deceased; that I have flied -
:- I'r. my petition for final discharge
.... R"V! ; .'.. %'./: ::r"it.tl. .;- and that I will apply to the Honor-
... able Theron A. Yawn, County Judgeof
,.: ;;> "' DANCES
Bradford "ounty Florida, on I
I June S, 154! for approval of the
same and for final discharge as Ad i
ministratrix of the estate of Ed-
ward Seabright, deceased.
May 14, 1954.
(Signed) Cassie Seabrl ht.Administratrix FOR YOUR FUN
of the Estate of .
Edward Seabright, deceased.


IB Circuit Court. Bradford County,
Florida IB Chaucer
Aubrey Manning, Plaintiff vs. EVERYTHURSDAY
Eleanor H. Manning, Defendant.
Case No. 10-466
.Notice To Appear.To .
: Eleanor H. Manning, whose FRIDAY AND
residence and address is: 189 Beres- ,
ford Avenue. Highland Park 3, De-

troit.You Michigan.are hereby notified that a
t. suit Divorce*.I'

has been filed against you In the
above named Court and cause and
you are required to serve a copy: of
i I I wl
if .
your answer or pleading to the THURSDAY and
coir.Rlatnt on the Plaintiff's
Attorney J. Donald Gibson 226 TOMMY ANTE
East Forsyth Street, Jacksonville FRIDAY Niles }
And HIs
Florida. j Ii
and file the original In the office /
9:00 to 1:00 "Gents Of
I of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on i Swing"SATURDAY
Or rt*'''!** thp I
7 day of June, 1954; i

Complaint otherwise will the allegations be taker as"r confessed said ; Nite 1 J. JACKSON

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I I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1 fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1 'WVTVTVVVTVYYTYVTYTYTTI.;VVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy I speedy recovery. I playing at the Park Theatre Sun-

Mrs. F. T. Abernathy. has day through Tuesday.

HAMPTONby HEILBRONN HIGHLAND GRAHAM moved to her daughter's home.': Abbott and Costello are seen

I .I Mrs. Bessie Wasdin of Graham,j as American police officers on

Mrs.Vm.. W. Hammond By Mrs. Ancel Norman.uuuuuuu.u.uu. By Mrs. Lacy Norman I, Mrs. John McKinneyAAAtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA seems to be improving. j leave of absence to study London

I Everybody is busy picking peas, j police methods, and Karloff plays
' &&&&&&&&&&A&&&&&uuluA & & &&&A&&AA&&&&&&&&& : cutting corn, and cropping tobacco -"the dual role of Dr. Jekyll and

{ Rev. M. L. Packham, pastor of Mrs. J. E. Langerfelt is still on Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; worship -I Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Harden- but, gee, we need rain. Mr. Hyde.

rJ the Hope Baptist Church of the sick list and, in the absenceof service 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. books and Bobby of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Norman Storla I Hilarious comedy is mixed with
Presbyterian Church j Methodist Church I Theressa preached the Baccalau- the pastor Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt each Sunday; prayer service Wed- were visiting Mr. and Mrs. John of Miami visited the Martineaus spine tingling episodes to keep

reate Sermon in the school auditorium Cecil Crawford was in chargeof nesday 8 p. m. Choir practice, Moody Sunday. at Graham Wednesday through I the emotions of the audience on
Sunday May 30 9:45: a. m. Sunday, May 30: Sunday School, i I.
Sunday afternoon, assistedby the service Sunday night. Friday 8 p. m. teachers meeting :Mrs. Hilliard :Broughton of I Sunday of last week. The Storlas high. The two police officers set
Morning 9:45 a. m. Morning worship
Sunday School 11 a. m. ; I
The Last Aldersgate Sunday, 11 a. m.;; Rev. Dixon, pastor of the First Sunday dinner guests of Mr.i Sunday 7 p. m. Gainesville was visiting her son are'on a month's tour of Florida. out to capture a hideous monster
I Worship'Service -
Judgement". 6 p. m. Youth Fellowship Supper for intermediates and Christian Church of Hampton.Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp were: Mr. Miss Evelyn Norman and Jea- and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.' Many pleasant jaunts were enjoyed (Karloff) who is terrorizing the

Frances Caldwell and I seniors, 6:15 p. m.; Worship service : and Mrs. Clarence Sampson and Mrs. J. S. Sapp, of Starke. nette Griffis spent the weekendin Carl Broughton :Monday and during their stay here, including British capital.

Margaret Rose Duncan hostesses. for MYF groups, 6:45 p. m.; of Keystone Heights calledon Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Reyes, and 'Jacksonville. Tuesday. a visit to the Stephen The climax of the picture comes

Gerry Gibson is program chair High School Baccalaureate Service :Mrs. W. W. Hammond Mon, son Steve Mr. and Mrs. V. R.!I Attending church here Sunday Those who visited Mr. and Mrs. Foster Memorial on Saturday. .when Costello is turned into a

man. This will be the last Youth 7:30 p. m.Wed.1esday. day afternoon, also :Mrs. T. F.j Ray and children, all of Jackson were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wilkinson John McKinney Sunday were Mr. I hugh rodent ana manages to

Fellowship meeting before September The Hour of Power,.I Brown. ville Mrs. Agnes Heath, of Ft. and son of Auburndale, win- and Mrs. Hubert Riles of High : Abbott And Costello create havoc in a friendly London

8 & m. The evening service 8 p.m. Mrs. George Williams entertained Lauderdale, Mr.. and Mrs. Felix I fred Wilkinson, Wilbur Mobela,' Springs, Carl Wynn; of Starke. Star In FeatureAt pub and among the London bob.
at our church is being combined Thursday, Youth choir rehear the 8th grade class and their Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp. of Jacksonville. Sarah Lee Olin Graves of Daytona Beach, I bies.i .

with the other churches sal, 6:30 p.m.; Chancel Researsal, teacher, Mrs. Ola Perkins, Thurs and Mrs. LeRoy Norman and Brown and son of Maxville, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. McKinney of Park TheatreBud 1 I I

which are co-operating in: the I. 7:30 p. In.Saturday. day afternoon. Cake and cookies daughter, Linda. and Mrs. Commodore Crews, and Daytona, and N. Wynn of i
baccalaureate services for the' Pastor's Membership and punch were served. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Dick Thomas, of Lawtey. .1 Daytona. Abbott and Lou Cost lo!;i YOU'LL LOVE Qte new ester.Ibrook *

senior class at the First Methodist' Class, 10 a. m. Mrs. Vernon Slade and Mrs. and Mrs. H. D. Starling were: Mrs. Ruth Marr returned from I star with Boris Karloff in the !I'I pune- lze fountain peas iii
I' Marce Starling rf Lake City' comedy hit, "Abbott and CosttVi;i pastel shades Only $%.5'7' at Brad
Church. Rev. Bob Gray of Hampton Fannie Meads were in Keystone Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kirkland Jr. Jacksonville I last week after 'I
is the speaker.Wed. I REYOKAL Heights on Wednesday and shop, and children, of Starke Mr. and I(spending a few days with her spent, Mr.the and weekend Mrs. with Harley his Starling parents Meet Dr. Jekyll. and Mr. Hyde," FORD COUNTY nI..EGRAI'ILMOVING

., June 2 7:30. p. m. There will bl a revival meeting ped in Gainesville on Saturday.Mr. Mrs. Elwood Townsend and children children. I I.
Prayer meeting and study of I with Rev. S. F. Beard, of Brooker, and Mrs. B. F. Grimes and :Mr. and Mrs. L. Knight, Our Bible school begins June I
Sam. 1418.8 p. m. Adult choir as the evangelist, at the Boat- son of Ohio are visiting Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kirkland Sr.. 14. It is hoped that every boy and I We are sorry to report that I

practice. drain Baptist Church, beginning Grimes's sister Mrs. U. D. Dyal Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Dites and I girl will be looking forward to Dorch Young's son is in I

Thurs., June 3 3:30: p. m. May 31. Everyone invited.C.. G. and family ajd? brother Frank I daughter Rachel and Mr. and 1 that time, as there will be games I Starke hospital with blood poisoning -, -
I Junior choir practice. Harris, Pastor. Bloss of Starke. Together they Mrs. Sammy Kirkland.Mr. I and study and most of all, learn II in his hand. We wish him I LOCAL Safe PHONE

\ fished in the Oklawaka River on and Mrs. Fred C. Lanier' about Jesus. j these days. We wish them all a| OR
At The Tabernacle Am PARK BAPTISTAir Tuesday.Mrs. were business visitors in Jacksonville Several from around here will return to health. J LONGDISTANCE Dependable
attend fish St.Mary's .I 311
a fry put on by EconomicalR.
Park Baptist Church: Sun- Ena Nazworth who has Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Youngs of,
Dr. Carl M. Sweazy, of Los day School, 9:45: a. m.; Preaching been a Hampton resident for I Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Lanier. of Kraft Paper Corp., at Baldwin, were visiting the E. C. !' B. Alvarez OR
Angeles, Calif., will cortinue Service, 11 a. m.; Training Union about six years has moved to Plant City are visiting Mr. and .Madison on Tuesday p. m. I Harvey I
week at Mrs. Fred C. Lanier. i School will be out Thursday Agents For TRANSFER AND
throughout the coming Starke. 250-J
6:45 p. m.; Preaching Service, 8 I Mr. and Mrs G. L. Sapp ofj I
I until June 4, when the childrenwill Dtlcher Bros.
the Fundamental Tabernacle Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Adkins and
Gospel p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Price of I Heil'oronn, were visiting the Lacey'|
speaking nightly at 7:30 day 8 p. m. Jacksonville were Sunday dinner! family were visiting: relatives In go back to get their report I Normans Thursday p. m. They i
p. m. Dr. Sweazy who has pas- LJ VO City over the weekend.We cards. The graduation at Lawtey
guests of the Bruce Roarks. are very proud of their new bath- :
be Friday
tored /or 20 years In Los Angeles CHURCH OF GOD Mrs. T. J. Alderman are hairov to have Mr. awl Junior High School will STORAGEPerryman
was a re- room. ;
has done evangelistic work throughout School 10 Hr A. C. Anderson and family p. m. Jonell and James Norman ,
Sunday a. m. Morn cent guest of her sister Mrs. !! A thought for today: Choose
and Helen
U. S. and Canada.Thd ing Worship 11 a. m. Evening as our new neighbors.:! Mary I
Weathersby at Branford.Mrs. from around here will be in it. You this day whom ye will serve. BIdg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida
Evangelist and Mrs. Services Mr. Mrs. J. J. Cowart were .
Sweazy I 7:30. YPE Service Wednesday A. L. Sullivan who has and Joshua 2415. --
I augment the musical program 7:45 p. m. Prayer Meeting been vMtinsr i Macel"nnv. Sundav. Happy birthday to Gene Eunice.
with and numbers.I! visiting her sister, Mrs. T. Sick List: Mrs. Lacey Norman'slittle ;: -
piano trombone Friday 7:45. Mrs Carlton Chastain. of Hamn-
evening at I F. Brown and Mrs. J. J. Brannen. I sister is ill at ;: -- --
ton, Mrs. Bill Tilly of Starke very Lawtey.
= ', ,. : ... -.r..' Her dad is a little better at pres-
: __ lt' ,- __ Mr. and Mrs J. S. Saop. of Starke.
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; Mrs.
I n I ,j G. P.Va Jessie
:| those that were in the cava'acade man is suffering with his back i
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke Fredia Norman one day this week.
; far Charley Johns for Governor. Mr. Converse is not very well
Mrs. Sarah Alvarez of Gainesville -
I Major Janie Herrin of Fort I 1 1r"
is visiting her daughter. .. ,.
N. '
Bragg C. is visiting her sister 1!
I ':'Mrs. Ola Mae Sapp.
Mrs. Louise Manier and son.

Charles. I j .. ...YYTTTTyyyyyYWyy.1 I
REV. LEWIS D, HAINES, Pastor Guests on :Monday of Mrs:

Manier were Paul Hall. Mrs. Sav- i
f Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town age and Tom Ballard of Gaines- BROOKER

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 I ville. Mrs. Manier's cousin Jo, i
Ann Burdges of Starke is spend, By Polly Wait Jr.A..AALAAAAu.AA.A..

ing some time with her. j .
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Brannen
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M.: 8:00 P.M. and daughter of Lakeland visited I The ninth grade graduation

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 his parents, the J. J. Brannens! exercises will be held Monday, Phone 80 -- Starke, Fla.
, P.M. I Sunday. 'May 31, in the school auditoriumat I
Midweek Service I' 8 Those who will partici-j
Wednesday, 8:00 P.M.:\ Mrs. Jones of Sampson City p.m. !
pate are: Billie Ann Russ. Mary I II I '
j was a Sunday dinner guest of Mrs. I J 3 Rooms
I Ellen Padgette, Johnnie McGee
| M B. Layfield. \!
-" James Harrell, Kenneth Parrish,
:- -: n __ ,_ .. __ ---. : .i "" Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Layfield and Jack Suggs. Cover ChargeAFTER I

; and family of Gainesville, Mr.I :Mrs. L. R. Waters, of Alachua, Completely Furnished
2 Great Services Sunday i and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen and'
2 was the Thursday guest of Mr. a fire damages your
I children, and Mrs. M. B. 'I
Lay- and Mrs. L. A. Mott and family. home, you'll be faced with
field had a fish fry on Hutchinson -
Mrs. Don Bunker and ,
11 a.m. Sermon By Pastor Bob Gray Lake daughter bills for rebuilding, repairing
Saturday to celebrateMrs. Bonnie, of San Antonio, Texas, is 48 PIECES
8 p.m. Sermon By Rev. C. R. SanksA M. B.
Layfield's birthday I here visiting her parents, Mr. and refurnishing .
Young Man With A Dynamic Message which was on Thursday of this I Mrs. C. S. Roberson.L. .
from God's Word. week. A. Mott Jr. was the Friday Where will you get the
Airman 1st Class Bert Hinson I of Edwin Johns of
night guest ?
First Church Jr. of Tyndal Air Base, Panama j!Keystone Heights. money FOR

Baptist HamptonBible City home spent the weekend at hia I: Miss Ada Mae Roberson of Live From your insurance policyif ,. 299,95
here. II :
Mr. and
I Oak was recently visiting T
School 10 a.m. B. T. U. 7 p.m. Mrs. Mable Green of Gaines Mrs. C. S. Roberson. you call on us for adequate ONLY

ville and Mr. Andrews of Way- Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Mott and protection today! d 1 .:

cross Ga. visited the W. A. Sax-. family attended church at Fair-
(In order that the families of those in the B. H. S. ons Sunday. I[banks, Sunday.

graduating class may have seating space for the Baccalaureate Janet the little daughter of! Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and

Services, we are urging cur members who are Mr. and Mis. W. A. Saxon, has I children were yfe Ling (relatives '
not so represented to attend the evening service in our I"been having measles. in Leesburg and Linden this week-! H. C. WALLAGENCY I : : i.S. $30 DOWN Plus Tu

own church. This invitation is also extended to others Mis. Ida Parrish of Earleton is end.

who might desire to share in this cooperative spirit visiting her daughter, Mrs. Topsy There was a picnic and swim- I BALANCE ON 15 EASY

with us. The First Baptist Church of Hampton is proud I Brown and family. ming party honoring Mr. and Mrs. Phone 146 .. IjItllh1
ttf the B. H. S. i Mr. and Mrs. John Hammondof S. M. Mott Sr. on their birthday I
graduates in the senior class.
1 ) > Crystal Lake attended the Sunday. Those who attended were: : 200 E. Call Street ; MONTHLY PAYMENTS
,. .. }
Baccalaureate Services here Sunday Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mott Jr., Rev. I Starke I
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- ill Hammond, and sister, Willow''I and children, all of Brooker 1I

Ruth who was one of the grad- Mr. and Mrs! :Mike Tilgh-
uates. man and children. Mr. and Mrs.
H CHANNEL 36: (! Mr and Mrs. D. I. Knight and I Pasco Mott and children Elbert

daughter of Hilliard visited their I Mott and. family, Shirley Smith. Specials In Finished LumberThese

WE GUARANTEE OUR f j son, Johnny Knight and family i' Bedia Carlton and Mary Prevatt, I

RECEPTION BEST BECAUSE: I Sunday. Other guests during the all of Gainesville.
FINER week were Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Those on our sick list this week
MATERIALS Southerland of New River. are: R. F. Gano who was ad-

MORE MATERIALS II Prissie McRae, Carrie NazI mitted to the Alachua General prices are delivered prices when order is one thousand feet or more.

IMPROVED SUPERIOR TECHNIQUESCALL worth and Mrs. Mildred Crews oftarke. hospital; Mrs. E. H. Gainey entered -

( 239 To Receive TWICE As Many T V Stations! I!Heilbronn.. and Junior Clemons of I Mrs. Lubedia the Starke Pinholster Hospital returned; and All lumber is double end trimmed, eased edge, kiln dried, Florida Slash Pine;

Tonight. FREE TRIAL I i home from the hospital. Here's moisture content of framing stock not to exceed 19! and board stock 12-11%.
h ANTENNA INSTALLATION' I hoping they get well soon. I
BM HBWWM Christian ChurchBible
H H H naV BB I I I

Chas C. Shepherd $39.50 School 9:45 a. m. Worship ALL TYPES OF .
LTV I Service 11 a. m. and 8 p. PRICE LIST
m. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday -
8 p. m. J. E. Sherwood.
I Starke, Florida I
:Minister. TERMITESHousehold
R-L 8 & 16 8 thru 16 18' 20'

._. __. __' ...' Commercial
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A Christian Life i GROVE SPRAYINGCall 2x4 $75 M S80)1 M $85 M $90 M

By for estimate 2x6 S85 M $88 M $90 M Note: On Beams and framing over 20' add

) K BtA\8 sf PFC. BILL UNDERWOODWhat 2x8 $85 M $88 M $90 M $5.09 per M for every 2'. Small Timbers
N ( NtT I l i u 1S 1El
1 .. : the Lord has done for me. I Florida Pest Control 2x10 $90 1\1 S95 M $100 M #2 Same price as Framing.

..... .. > I am Bill Underwood, the soul i & Chemical Co.

I ;winner for God. I was once a sin- 2220 N.W. 6th St. It 6035 EXPOSED BEAMS Ill Common & btr. $100 M

r.tiAI PK P_ ner myself, and know how a sinner Gainesville, Fla. 1x4 D4S #2 Bundles R-L $75 M\ (Add $5.00 per M for specified length)
feels. But now I am a Christianand I .
LOW $750 MSt occ.a I know how a Christian feels 1x6 D4S & CM #2 Bundles R-L $86 M (Add $5.00 per M for specified length)

AS and it is a wonderful life. A ,, : 1x8 D4S & CM #2 Bundles R-L $88 M (Add $5.00 per M for specified length) ''.

'.. *. \ Christian is a man who has Gods

-*INCLUDING 2 DELICIOUS MEALS love. Sinner, how can you go on COLONIALFLORIST j :/1.2 D C
living that horrible sinners life?
t I fxn.*ai ft.. ArafeMt Sinner, friend, why not give your 6"\"J Bundled R-'L $95 M $115 M $140 M Note: Add $5.00 per M for specified lengths.

heart to God. He will accept it if 8"\"J Bundled R-L $100 M S120 M $145 M Note: Add $5.00 per M for specified lengths.

.It ., Spacious Rooms Excellent Cuisine Golf Coon :you will accept Him and you will 4"vJ Bundled R-I.. $80 M $115 M $135 1\1 Note: Add $5.00 per 31 for specified lengths.

it. 2 Private Pools Cabanas Private koch \ have more a happier to life.become You will Christian have I I 4TG. SM Bundled R-L $80 M $115 M $135 M Note: Add $5.00 per 31 for specified lengths.

Intimate CocktaJ and courage a soul saver like a myself.- I FLOWERS 6" Nov Sdg. Bundled R.L $95 M 5115 M $135 31 Note: Add $5.00 per :31\ for specified length.
M. Putting Green e loong DancingPlanned Since I Save been in the army I! 8" Nov Sdg. Bundled R-L $100 l\I $120 :M $145 M Note: Add $5.00 per 31 for specified lengths.
t; For All Occasions
Entertainment Fishermen's Porad'n: hare met a lot of people but I

have not found many Christians.I .
,, /1 hr ItiwvrtWa* Brtdwt believe I know a Christian whenI PHONE 218 We Stress Quality Production and a Uniform Well Manufactured Product .
writ* M rH Ink Asrea GM.Vs meet one. Look at a soldier. He I
} should be more of a Christian than
':! sr he is. but there aren't many of Please give us a call or come and see for yourself I

t."w- them who care about Christian
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\ .. '" lot to take and bear to becomea POTTERY E
.. ''.... ... -- good soldier. Sinners please POTTED PLANTS
'HE -- 'l turn away from Sin and give your

n "D I heart Soul to Jesus Christ our Lord. I, Flowers 'JViredAnywhere GORDON R. SANDRIDGE, Manager
; winner for His Father and

{/Q 1 ona n azaforu.rly -.:; '!better Christian: things friend.Hallelujah on. earth for you, I PHONE: Orange Park 8-4672 MILL AT MIDDLEBURG
the SIIetolOlt seodi Hotel i i Hallelujah I Nona St. Starke i

Praise The Lord .
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FRIDA'LY 28, 19M

67 Crippled Children Interviewed At Clinic Starke Rotary Wins I No Room For Dessert ---
f Boiled Shrimp Dinner'

In Membership Race -

E DIARY ? z !
The members of the Starke

Rotary Club were gut'stsf the
The author uill be to 4 1!
glad receive Keystone Heights Rotary Club at

items of Interest concernj ''a shnmp dinner last Friday The ta

ing the activities of farmers in 4 4 V =Y I dinner was the result of a three- ,

C t bw mailed Bradford left to at County.Sam the Telegraph'offlw McGarvey Suggestions; Lftwtey or 4 t 4 4 ::wii;; & j.|i month two .years Heights attendance in a has row.contest.now lost KeyStore for'- ;:I Ii

By Sam McGarvey i( Francis Clark, manager of '

j Penny Farms was the guest

. . H H . |speaker. He spoke on Communism
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i and how the Communists, largely
Wen. Petal finally had her calf Black raspberries will grow I
Ji through indirection, gain controlof
a long-legged pretty heifer which I II around here; Marian L. Crosby, 1 i I a community. I

..looks more like a goat than a supervisor of registration, has ; Clark drew on his experiences
row. She has a big blotch of I raised some and that is proof. j
in the Far East and in this coun- '-
white her foerhead. that makes -
on I
try to show the methods which
her look as if she's made-up fora i I Our kitchen garden has been Pictured on left is Sandra Kay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs George T. Huggins who is being inspectedfor I the Communists use to gain power. yx bt -j

circus, so we named her Clown. I over-worked so we decided to flat feet by Dr. R. G. Skinner at the Crippled Children's Clinic. His verdict: "Perfectly normal. He told how the Communists began ,

With' this addition, we now have give it a rest over the Summer. Watching are Physiotherapist Mrs. Steele and Dr. T. S. the Culbert Lee
Moulding. On right IIIgh Springs, infiltrating North Korea over Local Rotary officials caught above digging into a boiled shrimp
nine head and with' two more by planting a"cover crop. We got confe'rJ '
I with Dr. John F Lovejoy over his career possibilities. 20 years ago. dinner i to
carves on the way, we're going to five pounds of hairy indigo and are (1 r) Lindsey Walker Keystone Heights president; J. R,

have to get more pasture fences I seeded the garden with it. Nowif He said that the principal Kelly, Starke president; A. J, Thomas Jr., SUrkc president-elect; andS.

fixed. we can get a nice gentle rain I Sixty-nine children were examined -I were from Bradford County although Pam Lawson, and Annette Green. method used by the Communiststo E.McKay. Keystone Heights program chairman.
I at the annual Crippled The gain control was to concen
Legion Auxiliary prepared
S a a to sprout the seed all will be I we'e selected cases
(For some reason or other, well. Children's Clinic held here last from adjoining counties. lunch for all who attended the trate on community leaders. Those Pastor Bob Gray i

Petal wouldn't let the new calf Friday at the Bradford County The clinic was staffed with num- clinic. Drinks included six cases' leaders they cannot convert, they I

nurse, and as we didn't know Sam had a real country meal Health Department. The clinic erous specialists from Jacksonville. of Cokes and 100 bottles of milk eliminate. Clark estimated that To Leave HamptonRev. I Well, Boys?

what the heck to do about itthere's the other day when he was over was under the auspices of the They were assisted by Dr. A. Y. I which were donated by Graves the Communists eliminated between Bob Gray pastor of the ,
I Florida Crippled Children's Commission Covington and the members of Home Dairy. three and five million lead- The average young lady in
( always something new I jat i Brooker. He had a feed at I Hampton Bapfist Church since I Bradford
happening to us). We asked ad- Mrs. Parker's boarding house and in cooperation with Amer- the Health Department staff. Dr Covington expressed his ers in the Far East alone. November his County does a better
i 1948 preached I job of driving an automobile,
vice of Charlie Shuford. He told,'fit I consisted of fried ham, gravy, I I ican Legion Post 56 and Auxiliary. Typists for the clinic were Jim thanks to all who made the pro- final sermon last Sunday aat the than the average young man. I

us to pull a cinch up tight around I rice potatoes beans salad. Most of the chldren examinedWe mie Cole Ona Stern, Lois Gainey. ject possible Calling D. Merritt little church he built into a thriv-I Says who?
that that would make
her belly pickles biscuits iced tea. jello. '
ing institution in less than six All young male drivers who

her stand still while the calf and lots more. They really feeda Recent Graduates Of Priest's Kindergarten Anyone in the Brooker area years. The occasion was observed I feel their superiority should

nursed. Weft, we tied Petal to guy over at Brooker. who knows the whereabouts of D. by the congregation with dinneron check with authorities' before

a fence post, and applied the S e they challenge this statement.At )
.., :Merritt, can do him a good turn the grounds and testimonialsfor
cinch: and it worked fine untila I We're still our berry II least one insurance!' company .
scrapping |by advising him that the Flue the fine work performed by
knot in it slipped and then she(I I patch and getting a few berries. i Cured Tobacco Cooperative Stabili- the young minister at Hampton.Rev. acknowledges this fact by
went crazy (just like a Brahman). allowing a cheaper rate for Insuring -
!!Alice has put some in the freezer, zation Crop., Raleigh, N. C., wantsto Gray was called to Trinity'Baptist 'I i
Before she got through she had 1 i young lady drivers. In
i and made some jam, but we hopeto send him a check for a tobaccpcrop. Church on Jacksonville's
knocked down the fence, almost There I a particular case, the insurancefor
get some more put away.
West Side and will take up his
kited herself and flattened a I I a girl driver of 18 would be
are still berries in the patch, but The Stabilization' Corp. has been pastoral duties there effective)
about $26 the cost for the
feed nail. We turned her loose. ; same
it is a matter of "seek and ye unable to deliver this check and June 20. His successor at Hampton ;
L>ter on, the calf started to nurse J. policy for a young male driver
'!shall find", for they are hidden I,. [ wt _., ,. .." ,.- asks assistance in locating .Ier- has not yet been named. I would be $57.nllln..uranre. .
Ifr .
and all's well again. It was .
good so trick to learn. I with weeds. This has been a I I j-fir >..-r- .., M' ''''' ",; ritt During Rev. Gray's pastorate I! .\ rates are basedon I

a S (!'I "sorry" season for us; sometimesthe l iA' ; at Hampton the church sanctuary ] facts!

harder you work at a crop i )i if\f.1ti i ; ,. l 1 -, was remodelled and enlarged, the, How about it, boys?

Alice's). and brother his two Frank boys. Gene(WhitTI..k 10:-I the less. you get. .out.of it. \ b ; ,James P. Morgan Sunday School plant was built I

I Dies At Texas Home and an attractive parsonage was!
rid Robert. have come to live ;:
i We to the
got over berry patch I'on.;tructed. Attendance in the Arthur F. Murrhee
v'th us. Needless to say it is a, of who mulched with 4"tr i |.
i i Roy Lloyd : James Prentice Morgan, 53, died Sunday School increased from 23{
delight to have them, and our
I Sawdust and it was worth the I Dies Following IllnessArthur
'I +v vj' at his home, 320 W. Clarendon to an average of 200. Membership -
farm is a good deal livelier as a' I
trio to see the plants. We had I 1 church has reached an '
result Within an hour after arriving !I talked many times of using sawdust .1' !i Drive in Dallas, Texas on Tues- in the Francis Murrhee 74 re-

, the two boys were up on'',: as a mulch but Roy did,I __. .I. dr.: May 18. all-time high of 325. tired farmer and a lifelong resident I

top of a shed roof and Sam was I I something about it, and it looksi I I H- was born in Warren. Ark.. I of Bradford County. died tn
after them old Richard Ervin Speaks iI Gainesville after
clucking like an to if he has The i Wednesday a I
us as something.
I i I the J.
son of H. and Jane Boyett
mother hen. Frank has always beds free of II lengthy illness. Murrhee had ,
are comparatively WOW Meeting
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liked farming, so he is perfectlyat I I 1I Morgan, and had lived in Dallas t I moved to ainesville; about four _
the plants are vigorous I I
home on our place. land I loaded with fine, big berries. ..........'; .- I! aKout 40 years. He was employedI I Attorney-general, Richard Er- I I'years ago. .

I 1I 1-- i I \\; the maintenance department lain I will be the guest sepaker at i i The funeral will be hi'Id at 4 .
I Above is the graduation picture of Priest's kindergarten. Those in the picture are Martha Siemer I
Peanut the midget calf is sick. of the Southwestern Bell Telephone a memorial ceremony of the | p.m. today (Friday) at the De-

W. C. T. U. I and we're afraid that she is not!! (top row 1 to r), Steve Prevatt, Margaret Ann Lotell, Larry Williams, :Mrs Clyde Priest, Jimmy Black- I j Co. for more than 30 years. W. O W tonight (Friday at Witt C. Jones Chapel of Starke.

!long for this world. She has a II shear, Buddy McRae, and Barbara Sue Barksdale. In the first row (1 to r) are Phillip Graham, Karen i 7:30 p.m. at the Methodist church. Rev. C. A. Blanchard. pastor of
Mr :
"YOU PAY FOR CIGARETTES black diarrhea, is very listless. Biggs, Dougla Conner, Betty Ann Register, ;Marian green Chuck New comb, and Dale Brown.as j! Morgan was' a member of I The service will honor former the Church of the Nazarene in
TWICE WHEN YOU GET THEM and we don't know exactly what pthe) Scottish Rite and the First well-known citizens of Bradford Gainesville will fireside Burial

AND WHEN THEY GET YOU. to do about it. We borrowed some I she was weak that worm- I I j I Church of Christ, Scientist of County. D E. Knight. A. Z. Ad-I will follow at the New River
very Boston Mass.Survivors .
( Reddish. Cemetery.
PTZ from Oscar Carter to worm\ her might be dangerous. I kins and Volley
ing i include his wife Mrs.
her with but later decided that Rev Robert D. Sommer will,I Murrhee was born in Brooker on
Fay Brewster Morgan and four.
i l I S e give the memorial prayer; there I Sept. 16, 1879 to J. M. and Anne
.--1 sisters Mrs B. H. Haynie of La
do will be special music, and recogni-l I Genann Murrhee.He .
planted one row of new Porte Ind.; Mrs. Steve Adams of
tion given widows of the honored is survived by his wife '
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE improved Tendergreen beans, and' Kensett. ArkMrs.; Edward
men. Edith Thomas Murrhee, and a
we are pleased with the heavy Burns, Starke: and Mrs. Jack
Members of the Woodmen's Circle daughter. Mrs. Alma Booth of
yield from that strain. The plantsare [ Ward El Dorado, Ark.
Grove are taking part in theDrol'l'am. Gainesville. He had three grand
big and loaded "with beans. : Services were read at 10 o'clock
There will be a covered- children: Yvonne. Joan and Dianne -
Dusting them with chlordane kept'the Thursday morning by Hubert Mil-
dish the cere- Booth of Gainesville.
bugs out at first but now,! 1e' at the Guardian Funeral supper following

the bean beetles are taking over i s+ By Ceo. T. Huggbu Chapel] 2811 Oak Lawn. Burial I mony. i J

RADIO ; 't' {: County Agent I was in Restland Memorial Park. upon receipt of proof of publicationof
s s s THE RIGHT POINT for the this notice the fictitious name \
I J Agricultural Extension Service 1 H. & <1. Truck Stop under which we
way you write. Come In and select I*. S. 301)
AND Dusting squash with DDT and are engaged in on
I your favorite ESTERBROOH south of Starke, Fla.
sulphur will control the bugs, but I 1..' M. Gaines and H C Broadway,
the We Cattlemen's: Meeting Friday Night; probably the two top varieties Fountain Pen. Only $2.37 at Starke. Fla.. owners
TELEVISIONSales it will damage plants. 1 1
and it turn- Prazier Shaw and Bill Haas 1 for us.1Watch. I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEOTICP Dated this 10th day of M*>. A.D.,
did it this year again ''' I 10.14 at Starke Bradford County.
I ed some of the leaves yellow, although have promised to serve a good For Aphid On Tobacco i| ON W710111UYJ1DYERYISEDNAME 6IUNDUHMXisui ) \ OK INTENTION" TO Florida.
tw,,, 5/21 4t slit
ii it kept the worms out. steak supper Friday May 28, at Aphids in tobacco can be seriousif MUCK M THOUSANDS xa REGISTER! FICTITIOUS JfAMRNotice
o,to rrtrt a ataYat oalr: amiss I is hereby given that the
Safest thing to use according to 7:30 p. m. All members of the Cat- -wan FOI csa1AV.A.B(1CK YOU'LL LOVE the ne*. Cater*
control measures are not taken ; iiidersurnpd, under the provision
and Service the experiment station is cryolite. tlemen's Association are urged to of Chapter SO.'ST! Laws of Florida. brook purs -8ize fountain' pens II
early enough. Aphids may not i Arts of 1941 will register with the
I' I I I attend and also these cattlemenwho -FLOaIOA pastel shades. Only S2.37 at Brad t
e f'Wk of the Circuit fourt in and for
224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida are not yet members. A strong cover the entire field and if you I Bradford Csunty. State of Florida FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 1

..t.-,.,. I Sam got out to a barbecue at and active association is dependent find them only in spots, thenI I j I....... ---" z,- --- ----- ---

.. Tyler Jones' place, and enjoyedhis upon active members. Be spraying or dusting those spots j -
of his life. He with us Friday evening.
first may prevent further infestation. I

Sell It Rent k Trade It used to eat in many fine expensive Farm Bureau PostponedThe If aphids ate' the only insects one"i

restaurants in NYC but never regular meeting of the the tobacco, parathion or TEPP, PERFECT GIFTS FOR GRADUATES
has tasted anything better than Farm Bureau which would have

I the beef pork, and chicken at the been June 4th has been postponedThe will kill them. Be especially care-

WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow Jones Mrs. Jones gave Sam a next meeting will be held I. ful to follow instructions on the

mess of it to give Alice, who also as regularly scheduled.Are container and pay close attentionto

Rates Good Results Easy To Place said it was the best she had ever Your Tomato Plants Dying? the precautions given in using .-b GIVE THEM ANFOUNTAIN

tasted. folks home the materials. If other insectsare
Many with a gardenor
S e SCot with a commercial planting of present, you can purchase a r
tomatoes are disappointed as they dust or spray containing other
a bottle of something look out into their field some insecticides that will give you

23e AUIinlO.NAl. FOR BLIND ADS! OR 'OSOT: PAID IN IDVINCRMEMORIAMS Neo-Vita (New Life) for our morning and see plants wilting' control measures for all insectson PEN
plants and shrubs. If it doesn't the plants. Such
i away. There are two reasons for I a mixture will
CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20c Per Line work them well take a
on guess this trouble. Most common is usually contain two or more of WITH THE POINT 43
(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) few swigs ourselves, as with two such materials
bacterial wilt and secondly is as DDT Lindane
healthy growing boys around us. Fusarium wilt, both having the TEPP or TDE. They may carry

POWER LAWN MOWER for rent I it looks like we'll need it. same outward appearance. Oneor these symbols and may be purchased Esterbrook THEY'RE SURE '

by the hour at Tiny's Service Station die : under a commercial brand
will wilt
A. J. Thomas. Starke. Fla. Temple Ave tfchg more plants TO LIKE
David D. Woodard at any spot in the field. There is name. This year it is very important I

FOR SALE HAS Lit STEADY uoiuan Distribute KAILMNV.. Nationally for manor Died Here MondayDavid I no satisfactory treatment for to make every penny count.o Pen and d Pencil Sets i,;; ,

Advertised atkint- Product in |I either trouble. To satisfy your there is no use in applying: O ryI.7

1- bed rom romrrrtr block Starke.needed.No experience Age no or barrier investment D. Woodard 91, one of( curiosity you can examine the materials for insects that are not

......m.. U Mark. "OO.oa Easy: to csUbhnh year 'round business Bradford County's oldest residents,I plant and tell which disease is present. 5.15Includ
dews ..,...t, .al&-e $UO 00 full or part time. Write to ; I II C
per ..ath. Mr. C. K. Ruble. Dept. 5-4. The died at his residence near Starke( killing YOur plants. In case or 0 i

2 -3 ra.tr* UU _r**r SI. CUlf J.%. R.Tennessee.Uatkins Company, Memphis Monday evening following an ill- bacterial wilt. the inner part of Capt. E. W. Hayes Tax 44 \\T h ffjJo

sad Seventh Street la Starke, ness of several months. Woodardwas the plant stem from the root up Ends German Service 0 o hii I

9X2UO.OO. WE HAVE some rebuilt Sewing: a carpenter until ill health will show a decaying or rotting
Machines He are selling for r1ff )
Haarkea, farm aeae*. atoteta his retirement.. As the trouble I .
for progresses
...ira up ca*>h Come see them. All I appearance. Capt. E. W. Hayes Jr., son of
and ffolaff t
.. > cuarerai.Kf new guaranteed machines 40'Cor.. oft of list on Woodard was born in Bradford the plant life is separa- Mr. and Mrs E. W. Hayes of
For then aad other kargaia South. Sts. L. G. Hemingway, iieT &- County on Nov. 6, 1862. His!, ted from the root system, causingj Starke. left Germany recently to'I ;
'r Shoo Starke lip parents were the late Isom and the plant to wilt. In advanced I POPULAR 1
i return to the states. He has beenin Point style to match V
A. J. THOMAS FOR RENT-rnfurnished house Martha Hall Woodard. He was a stages, the root system of the Germany: since February 1951 .".". very kind of wriUnf o 'J

"- RIAL ESTATE DEALER Jordan lights and lit running I, tiox water.J04 Starke 1. B' I member of the Baptist Church. I plant will entirely rot away. If and has been assigned to rehabilitation aDd CbooM 9r ry UM ruins nfht pout job.

>>Temple. %a.. Teleahamc 214atarke. yia- Itch I Surviving him are his wife,I i Ftisarium wilt is the trouble there work. FOUNTAIN IN" UK wij thy wnta.Complete.
I Jimmie Woodard of Starke; one will be a darkened ring just under
REGISTER YOUR CHILD NOW for He will be accompanied home DISKSIT
REPAIRED 1954-55 term of Kindergarten at daughter Mrs. Evie Johnson of I the outside portion of the stem by his wife _and two daughters,, lIlL
my home Saturday. May 29 and Jacksonville; one son, David Earl The inner part of the plant may -
Sue and who ,
All Model June 5. Mrs Clde Priest Teacfcer Judy, have beer in
AU Make 2tp 6.4 Woodard who is in the U. S. appear hardened, but will not begin I' .
8eawaaYle rharcea cnaraateedC1IS. Germany with him for more than "b8 ,
C. SHEPHERD Army; one brother, Sammy Wood- I to decay until it reaches the. two will I
years. They return to
7 wants ard of Plant City; and numerous advanced stage of the trouble .' ,
furnished house or apartment their home in Jacksonville.Mrs. .
FOR RENT-Five room furnished near or in Starke in quiet other relatives. I I The only encouraging word to I b 'pvN
hone on Highway 311 across I' nice neighborhood Write P. 0 9 I
from Morgan' Barber Shop. C. I Box 8J3 Mo, tark... }'la" Itchg Funeral services were held at I'+'I offer in the case of these two Carrie Cribbs !
betsch. Ht !. Box 51. tf the Boatdrain Baptist Church!,i tomato troubles, is that bacterialwilt N

LETS (.0 FISHING! |DON'T SPEND COINS rUnt MONEY with- Wednesday at 3 p.m. with Rev.I I may not appear again on the Dies At Home Monday Pen Shown I

THKVHK BITIMJ IN out knowing the value. On you Curtis Harris and Rev. S. E j I same spot. It is usually as safe I Tax

Bat LAKE.. Sperklrd LOCHLOOHtttlark Prrrk. Shell coins have any$100 old paid or for rare 1912 American Liberty Sparks officiating Interment j I|! to plant tomatoes on the same I Mrs. Carrie Cribbs, 54 died at I I

Cracker*. Blae Cilia Nickel': JlSOOd for 1994 S. followed in the family plot at] ground the second :year as on her Raiford home on May 17,i i 3.35 Complete 2.58

"NORH.%coat"'S FISH TO CAMP dime; $5...09; for H17 Indian Kin sley Lake Cemetery. I' different ground when thinking after a brief illness. A native of \
l I I Cent; $25.00 for 1856 Flying
"He" Hate EterMklaic. For TheFi.herau. I ItfC'lIjf Eagle Cent $15.00 for 1901 S DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homeof about bacterial: wilt. In the case Dothan, Ala., she moved to White Tax Included

| quarter; all must be in very Starke was in charge of funeral of Fusarium wilt, do not set to- Springs eight years ago and to .1
good better
or condition. Will
| gladly give information as to value arrangements. matoes on that piece of land again Raiford eight months ago. She .1t
LETwJ. D. 6DOH. JR. and etc. Enclose following for several years. The Florida Ex- was a member of the Baptist t
denomination; date; condition of
!: AND HOGS coin; and self addressed stamped Bank Holiday periment Stations are making ex- Church.

Live Oak- Each SALES wedse.day- I Fox envelope 192-D.to Hawthorne.COIN MAN.Fla. RL Itp 2. I tensive efforts to breed varieties I Survivors include her husband BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH :

[r..Iw-U' F.a.h Fri.ta.NOR The Florida Bank at Starke r I,of tomatoes that are highly resistant Frank, ft Raiford, and one daughter -

RENT-Furnished apartment OLD RAGS W.-\'iTED-Bt'st price will not be open for business on i iI i or immune to wilt. For 'our Mrs. Agnes Greene of Augusta -
paid for good, clean cotton rag. I
one bedroom and glassed-in sleepIng No khaki or wool. Telegraph.FOR Jefferson Davis' birthday next 1, area. some of our mc.it popular Ga.Senices. I II I
porch large living: room
kitchen and dinnette, 426 South 'Thursday June 3: it is a legal:varieties are about as good as we I were held at Lake City

tit. or apply at Tuck' Auto Cafetf quire RENT-Unfurnished at Bus Station house. la-tf holiday in Florida. have. Jefferson and Rutgers are and interment at Augusta. I -- .- --





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Special Section Honoring Graduation Class Bradford County Telegraph Bradford County High School 1954

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Blount Janette Opel Patray Ronald Teir>' I Congratulations
Bundy. Eva Gladys Paulk. Margie Faye
Ir Canova, Levy Alvaiez SENIOR CLASS ROSTER Prevail, Martelene Gloria For A.Job
1{ Pat Bowers Carmichael, Archie Clj'de Prevatt, Vernon IUSTLY 'IOVDor
,, _. NewcombT. Carter Geraldine Pringle. Ned W. Well DoneGraduates : TOU.
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Chambers, Sandra Lynne Reddish, James Robert I II I
J. Alderman Clark, Michael Stephen Rivers, Paul Willis ; 19i4Guidon
Claik Yvonne Roberts, Dojal Powell I
Tracy Jones Cole, Jimmie Clay Gay Pauline ,H>lly, Loretta Margie Rogers, Armenia 0
G'H. William Thomas Jr Kuhn Richard Lewis
Judy Casey Crews Alma Servility Gonzalez Norma Carmen Landrum, Martha Rosier, Shirley Ann
Goodman's Barbara McComb Crosby, Betty Ann Green Fieda Voncille Lawson, Agnes Eugenia Slade. Charles William
Crosby Floyd R. Jr. Green. Jacequehne Lawson, Pamela Faye Smith, Arnold Q. BRADFORDCOUNTY
Service Station Sue Siprelle Cruce. Annie Gennell Green, Leslie Annette Lewis, LavonMatchett. Smith, Thomas L. Grill
Dansby, Janice BerniceADivis Harrington. Marion Stephen Marshall Wayne ,
Starling Margaret Lucille
Elaine Colson Leslie Alvin Hazpn. Marcia Kay McRae, Lucille Priscilla
I Dodd. Frances Stern Harry Donald TELEGRAPH I II Fla.
Margaret Henderson, Marion Elizabeth Moncnef Jimmie JuamtaMoore.
Douglas, Wayne Edwin Henderson, Richard Dale Thomas Lloyd Stern, Ona Garcey
DuPre Nancy Louise Henderson William Eugene Morden. Joan Marie Stokes JuneStrickland I
Dyal. Peggy Lois Hodges Lavonia Morden, John David Sidney Franklin Jr. I
Easterhng, Chispa Lenora Jarvis, Freda Maurice Morgan Joyce June Suggs, James Calvin
Edwards, Ted Wayne Jenkins. Charles Lacy Morrison Norma Jean Tanner Charlotte Faye
Edwards,. Wayne Dorman Johns Dorothy Ann Newmans. Charles: Thomas Tanner, Ernest Eugene
Furlong. Max William Johnson. Carol Ethel Norman. Evelyn Teston Vernon Lonnie
Futch. Mary Julia Kel'cy Charles Bentley North, Benjamin Edward Wise, Lewis Carlton
Gainey, Deloris Mary Kellv Kathryn Isabelle Padgett. Myrtle E. Zimmerman James George

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FRIDAY MAY 28 1954

BRADFORD HIGH SENIORS PROPHESY\also in sports. Paul Rivers, that 1_ Newmans, Charles Kelly, Donald dian from Hollywood, Ann Johns. North Florida farmer. There
great first baseman and Lavon Sterns. Ned Pringle, Doyal Roberts Her
latest movie being, "Gus Miss Marian Henderson. who now
BRIGHT FUTURES FOR 1954 GRADS I Lewis, the greatest outfielder in PROGRAM and Charles Jenkins. These I Does It Again. There's Prof. has her own T. V. show. For
I all times and that never-miss men are all prosperous farmersor ;Tom Smith, the head of the elec- awhile she was on "Red" Hulh-

I This is Brenda Comet, your on-I Just think, folks, their first role basketball player Tommy Gill.. I Graduation Exercisesof businessmen or lawyers, etc. tronic division of General Electricand n.n'sroast of the Town".

the-spot reporter, bringing you I together was back m ol' BH.S. Not only have the boys done t Apparently they're talking over Archie Carmichael, who is Jimmie Moncrief is here with
the coverage of the Big B. H. S. That was the start of their great 1 well in sports, but here is Jimmie old times from the grins on their now Exective Director of the National 'her husband, who has just been

Class of 54 reunion. I'm speak- success. Cole, who is said to be trying to faces. Beta Club. I chosen to beau the Geography

ing to you from the roof of the Oh yes here comes the All- i organize a national girls basket- Bradford High School Oh there's Vernon Prevatt, the That new crooner. Richard Department at Harvard University. -

Waldorf Astoria where the party American guard, Mike Clark, who, ball team. She has made quite a "Washboard Band King". Mr.I Henderson, is here tonight with I .

is to be held. The first guests owes his whole succsess to his name for herself in the sports FRIDAY JUNE 4, 1954 Prevatt plays the hottest Dixie-' some of his bobby-sox fans. Here There's that young lady who
are beginning to arrive.I coaches, Mr. Hobbs and :Mr. world. land music ever. He does his own I
is in the Public Re-
too. is that I I so prominent
believe, yes, it is that renowned Hazelwood. Along with Clarkwe Speaking of making a name MEMORIAL: STADIUM arranging and has made a big very famous lady
that lations of the duPon
the Department :
brought fashion of Paristo
actress, Ann Crosby. As find Jimmy Reddish, All- for yourself, here's Levy Canova success for himself. Little did he ,
most of you know Miss Crosby American half-back, and Wayne the head of the Chemistry Depart- realize just ten short :years ago. our country Miss Jan Dansby Corporation. Of course. I mean
has taken over many of the roles Douglas, also All-American. These ment at the University of Florida. Selections ______________ Bradford High School Band when he sang for his classmates Over to my left, I see Alvin Davis.I:Miss Sandra Chambers. With her
Jane Russell used to play. Along three boys have made great names While still in college, Mr. Canova that he was destined to fame.I the new president of the National is :Miss Nancy DuPre, the brilliant
Invocation __________________ Rev. Wm S.: McAliley FFA. Thomas Moore, the vice- chemist who has also become
with Miss Crosby are the new for themselves in the sports world. made several startling discoveries.One see a group across the room young
president, is with him.
romantic Idols of stage and screen, Following them we see several of which was that oil will" Nocturne ______________________________ Glee Club gathered around a_ young lady. I famous with duPont Recently -
Tanner. who have become famous float water. This alone has Russell Crosby just joined them. she discovered the 107th
Pauline Gay and Eugene people on believe, yes, it is that new come- I "
brought him much fame. Floks, Address ________________________ -A. J. Thomas, Jr. Mr. Crosby is a very successful element called Jimit.s.
this is indeed night for ce ( r' I I' I. ,
a Vice Commander Department of Florida r' I" I 1141 I I I I I' III 1
lebrities. ; American Legion t
Keep GoingGraduates CommencementSPECIAL 'I There's Kathy Kelly, the Miss! tt 1t
America of 1964, looking as love You'll Never Walk Alone ________________ Glee Club D
I ly as ever. They tell me she's I I I IJ Ii Ii t !
I Presentation of Awards ____________ Chas. S. Partin I II
"Love :
still true to the old saying, 1
'em and leave 'em". There's another Supervising Principal !
gal with a title. It's (or rather 1
-s r: She Presentation of Diplomas ______________ H. Morgan ,
i a was) Marcia Kay Hazen.
20 PERCENT I has recently been chosen as Mrs. County Superintendent of Public Instruction r iI / \\

America. Hubby Max looks mighty \i .
Alma Mater ____________________ Glee Club and Band .
DISCOUNTTo happy about the whole thing. i .\

Talk about being happy, you Recessional ____----______ Bradford High School Band .
should see, Prissy McRae (as all i \,
knew her) with her husband and ,
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on six children. Agnes Lawson just would rather be with on "a slow lotte Tanner, Gennell Cruce. Alma i
graphs in Cap and entered Miss Lawson lives on boat to China". Crews, Norma Morrison and La- THE KEY TO FUTURE

Gown her farm in the "blue-grass coun- The music for the reunion is being vonia Hodges. Each of these ladies ij
try", and of course, raises horses.In furnished by members of the has been outstanding in some SUCCESS : j

back of_her is Doctor Benja- class. Bill Henderson is really mak- phase of their profession. I

0 min E. North, the famous philoso- ing those snare drums talk. Talk They are now arriving, and ,, ,
pher of the times. He has written about crazy music, you should yes, I do believe that Miss Pam I '_ for the future. Our congratulations !'
a number of books; his latest hear Jim Davis play that trumpet.He Lawson with them. Miss Lawson BEST '
Be sure to take advantageof ti for the achievement of another .
being "Man and Melipius Umbel-
now has a Mambo Band like'Ricky" now holds the worlds' typing WISHES
this special. You will lus Species," (explanation Lewis Wise is helpingthe record. Her record is 350 wordsa mtieston on the road to success.Western ./
want one of these for every should have seen the senior CLASS i
you superb music with his clarinet minute. Just think, the recordin I
May The Future Fulfill member of the family olay) which I recommend to every playing.On I I 1954 was just about 150 words I t OF
bird lover. vocal we have Miss Norma':a minute. Janette Blount entered
All Your Hopes Now that I mention birds, here's Gonzalez, just in from Hollywood I with the group. She is head of -

Professor John Morden, the President where she made some recordingsfor I the National Home Demonstration / ,
of the Audubon Society. I i Agency of America.
Capital, and the well-known I II
For Success and Happiness We Extend Best WishesTo hear he just returned from a tripto I
quartet consisting of Joyce Morgan I I see Peggy Dyal is here. Peggy
Every Member Of The the Zamboanga Islands. Therehe Chispa Easterling, Maurice has been working for the F. B. I. I i

Graduating Class obtained several rare speciesof Jarvis and Bonnie Clark. These in Washington for the past 10 .
the Aves. four are now appearing on Broad- years. She reported to the job the

.Martha Landrum just came in way at the Palace. day following graduation and has BIG DAD Auto Associate Store
with her furs. She's just returned Mary Julia Futch is accompanying really made a sucess. She's now

from Paris, where she modeled the group. She is billed at J. Edgar Hoover's private secre-
with the du Faun Modeling Carnegie Hall in September. Last I Mfg. Co. Inc.

I Agency. As a sidenote I want to summer, Miss Futch studied in tary.There's a group of very sucess- Starke, Florida
Garage tJ add that last month Miss Land- Europe under Liberace. ful looking gentlemen. It's Vernon. Starke, Fla.MAY .

rum was chosen by the Depart-, Entering now are two of our Teston, A. Q Smith, Sidney
Starke, Fla Phone 265 Starke, Fla. ment of the Navy as the girl they most important men of the world. Strickland, Ronald Patray Wayne I

Both attended B. H. S. and later Edwards, Ted Edwards. Charles
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Wayne Matchett and Dr. Richard I
Kuhn. Recently they met in Geneva a1eso i 's :

with the outstanding scientistsof Gfad
the world to discuss the pos-
I sibility of training ants to mine k 1 .
1 w uranium.

Here is Sen. Frances Dodd, who
is the first lady Senator from the

state of Florida. Her private sec-
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retary is her old school chum, ''

1 Gladys Bundy. Miss Bundy handles i 't I
Nice going! all the Senator's correspondence. i954 ai c JI 1

Marion Harrington and C. W. I
Keep it up! Slade flew up from Washington i
,>._) for this event. Harrington's name l J r. a

l Best of luck! 1r. r appears on .all United States cur- Lttt! .

rency because he is Sect. of the Sincere
Treasury; Slade is the President'said

.. and in many instances has CongratulationsMay HAY YOU ACHIEVE
influenced his decision on important -

issues. Just back from Indiais 1. THE GOAL WHICH i.
I the world-famous diplomat, Jim YouAchieve 1t :!e" 1t

I Suggs and with him we see Miss YOU HAVE SET.

I Jacqueline Green, who owns the I The i iI
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JUST lint 11011..0.,$11 ANa What's all the commotion in THE FUTURE FULFILL 4-
$ r .IOTMnWIAII.IOUD the hall Oh, Hold your hats, it's: You Have ALL YOUR HOPES AND
0' Too that famous socialite Miss Faye I
Paulk and her many admirers. '
Set .
Many of the Graduates of 54' AND HAPPINESS.
are in the city for the Honorary I

I Starke Hardware Co. Secretary Convention. Only th4 i
outstanding Secretaries are per Andrews Motor Co.
mitted to belong. Among these
H. C. Ritch, Owner are Annette Green, Shirley Ann Winkler

Brownlee & Chasteen Rosier, Marcelene Prevatt, Deloris StarkeMotor Electric
Starke, Fla Gainey, Ona Stern, Armenta Rogers -i Service Starke. FloridaI

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THE 1954 SENIOR CLASSI ---I Sharon Green my place to fill in
Miss Rosenberg's classes and may
Benjamin Edward North, hav- I, Richard Henderson, leave the Ii i she envoy it. :
ing attained nothing, have nothing -I Glee Club.I I. Freda Green. leave for the i

to leave. I Wayne Matchett, leave my County Judge's office.I J
I. Martha Landrum, leave my pocket computer to T. J. Alder- Joyce Morgan, leave my ability !-
bottle of H2 02 to Barbara Col-"man.i to finish school to Orpha June i!

t ley i Ted Edwards, leave my abil- Sapp.I !
| I, Marion Harrington, being of,ity to skip school to Bud Lawson. J, Lucille McRae, leave my abil- I
sound mind and body, hereby bequeath I I, Pam Lawson, leave my shorthand ity to make A's in shorthand to !
I the name of "Goose" to ability to Carolyn Fuqua.I I 4 i : Beverly Jo Crosby.
the files of Bradford High School I I. Janette Blount. leave my I
Vernon Prevatt, leave my t : +
and hope no one else gets stuck I ability to sing to Royal Gnffis I I, '- ---- jE : m r. quiet business manner to Elizabeth I
I with it. Jackson. I
I I. Maurice Jarvis leave my
I, Charles Jenkins leave all my ability to do shorthand at 120 i ; I. Annette Green, leave mv ;I
talent to John Simmons and hope words a minute to Jackie BarryI. ability to read shorthand to Helen I
he uses it well.Acctpt Hicks I
Agnes Lawson leave my love
I for horses to Jo Ann SmithI .t"w. Marcelene Prevatt. leave my II
I I I, Charles Kelly, leave mv love t ability to get a job with the FBI ,
t i for chocolate pie to the future r. in Washington to Martha Winkler. I
I j members of Bradford HighI I. Bonnie Clark will my intelligent !
i I I, Joan Morden, leave American laugh to Margie Milliard 4
History to J. R. Kelly and Mr I. Ona Stem. leave my job at
'1'Dietz. ._ the dime store to Joanna Lee.
I. Tommy Gill leave a pair anda I. Jerry Carter leave my ability
snare to Bvron Newcomb. to stav single until I finish schoolto

I. Carol Johnson leave my ability Jackie Johns.I .
to skip school and be excusedto Loretta Kelly. leave for Wash-
Margaret Hersey and Mrs !ington. D. C.
r ,Perkins. 1. Jimmie Cole leave my seat .
x j We, Pauline Gay and Euene 'w the Silver Meteor to Marlyce
r ,Tanner leave the Third Art of : Roddy, hoping she baa as much
T Q |I "The Little Dog Laughed" to Patty -d : : inn in New York as I had in
Lawson and Tracv Jones Washington.

I. Donald Stern. leave mv tone Ir" I a I. Gladys Bundy leave my 5 ft
lost geometry ability to Mr. H. A 8 in figure to Bernice Thomas.

I I I Sprow. if she wants it.

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I I to be hypnotized to Frances } ability to get along with boys to
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II. Archie Carmichael, leave with I Wallace Rivers. I( SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS I. Shirley Rosier, will my
I j regret.I I. Thomas L. Smith, leave my PROGRAM I. freckles to Jeanette Green.I. .
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i Ann Johns leave my abilityto ability to set up the P.A. systemto President n __ ____ Marion Harrington Charlotte Tanner, will my

chew gum in Miss Rosenberg's Eugene Howe.I Baccalaureate Sermonof Vice-President ____________________n__ Wayne Douglas red hair and big mouth to Magdalene

claw to Judy Casey.I. Armenta Rogers, hereby will Secretary-Treasurer ____-____________u__ Janice Dansby Wilkinson.
Wayne Edwards leave my my little mouth to Marian White. I, Lucille Stilling will my abil-
eur kit whh s ability to skip school without getting -I I I, June Stokes, will my typingand CLASS COLORS BLUE AND SILVER ity to attract the Mosley boys to
caught to Doyle Griffis.I. shorthand ability to Rocky Ruby Austin.I .
for all the Bradford School CLASS FLOWER WHITE CARNATION
yearsahead High
Marion Henderson, leave my I Sidney Strickland, leave my
ability to laugh at the world to I. Ned Pringle leave my abilityto CLASS MOTTO I.I ability to remain in class until
Shirley Cottle.I think up good excuses for being the bell rings to Milton Hicks.
Thomas :Moore leave Mr absent to Donald Ray Griffis.I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH OF STARKE I "Climb Through The Rocks Be Rugged" l I. Lavonia Hodges will my
Altman a few gray hairs.I Charles Newmans, leave my 'I best girl friend, Barbara Jean
I Jimmy Davis leave my abil- shoe-string to Sonny Andrews.I Humphries.I !ing suit at Kingsley Lake for j Norman to any lucky girl or boy,
Volley Starling'sGrocery itv to defy the "law of gravity"with Jackie Green, leave my seat Processional Marcia Kay Hazen, leave my Barbara Prevatt to use next year'but I had rather have her my-

Levi's to Bucky Buck.I in Mrs. Long's English class to Invocation ____u .---_ --_ -___ Rev. Robert D. Sommer "History of Americas" book to during fifth and sixth periods.I self.I.

& Market Bobby Hall, leave my seat in Sharon Green. The Lord Is My Shepherd ________ _____ Glee Club Frances Caldwell who may needit Kathryn Kelly, will to Jack Gennell Cruce. will my com-
English to the next "poor soul". I, Myrtle Padgett, do hereby next year.I plexion to Joyce Thomas.
Baccalaureate Sermon ______ Rev. Robert C. Gray, Jr. Lefevers to school
will Nancy DuPre, leave privilege my skip
Starke, Fla. I. Richard Kuhn. leave my almost my ability to skip school and
straight A's to Freddie get caught to Kenneth Russ.I Crusaders Hymn __ n__--_________-- ___ Glee Club to go up in the cafeteria line .-,.. ... I ." I---- I I ,
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Johns.I Alvin Davis, hereby leave the Benediction ____ _________ Rev. Robert D. Sommer to George Canova.I .
Alma Crews, will mv abilityto skill of handicraft to Gary E. -- Sandra Chambers, hereby bequeath I
get along with Mr. Dietz to Gamer.I Recessional my enthusiasm for Spanish :
Wayne Douglas, ieave myJbvN' to Senorita Sue Siprelle.I i
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Ann Crosby, leave my bath.rseserflSSSaSSs -
I ability to score touch-downs to my sitting ability to Paul Mar- ', ..
Sidney Jackson.I. garie.I II con

-.. --- John Morden, leave to Zack Faye Paulk, leave my abilityto I ratuationsI
; Crawford my Yankee accent my never go to class on .time to

If"J"J great liking for grits and: collard,,Elaine Colsen.I. I II I
BESTIf greens, my ability to borrow I i Max Furlong, leave my position -I
watermelons. i, on the track team to Robert

I. Jim Suggs. leave and am' I,, 'i-
MES f t i I glad to be going.I .

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Stanley Clark.

I. Frances Dodd being of sound i,1/ :

mind and body, do leave my abil-
ity to go steady with Mr Dietzto y Sincere congratulations I
Lavonne Duncan

I, Levy Canova. leave my abIlityto 3. and best wishes
get along with Mr Cowen to *
Jerry Colley.I Th Y'J 'jA1Ihrb

Russell Crosby. leave my CLASS OF 1954
r 1954'" quiet ways around the girls to 1' fV'O
Stephen Kel1}'. 0

tI I, Vernon Teston. leave my excess .
f footage to Harold Beaslev I
t y -I CLASS
I, Norma Gonzalez leave m\
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kinds of weather", to J. R. Beck. /i 1 1954THE
I, Ronald Patray, leave my abil- B. T. Thomas Lumber Co.
brought SKY IS THE
much ity to pass to Townsend Strick- LIMIT I
happiness to this q
mis or crroitr NAVE -
Jimmy Reddish leave my
.414* community. Best of luck. ability to get along with Coach ,
11 Hill I 1 I** il I II I II I/ tI Hobbs to DeWayne Elder. WANT IT TO BE j I Phone 211-J P. 0. Box 1012 Starke Fla.
I I. C. W. Slade, leave the ruinsof
I B. H. S. to Pat Bowers.
I, Mary Julia Futch, leave my Service StationFla.
Koch abilitv to make A's in fourth>
Torode Chevrolet Co. Drug Store
period American History class to I a

Sonny Tenly. I Greyhound Lines
Starke Florida Starke Florida I, Louise Carlton Wise, do leave' Gib Brown's LOOK TO THE FUTURE
to one Barbara Frances
McCombj i
Starke, Florida
my ability to come in late to all Service Station ,. ,

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Max Furlong plans to return to I study law, and Miss Hazen hopesto ,and Martha Landrum. I
One-Third BUS Senior Class Starke after a hitch in the navy; return here as a teacher. I enter the Marines! and Charles GOT EVERYTHING? Gin her
| Mary Julia Futch and Fifteen Seniors Jenkins
i Thomas Smith and Donald Stern Alvin Davis may return here Agnes and Vernon Teston prefer an Esterbrook pastel parse pea
will return here after serving in after receiving training in how to :Lawson will go to Florida State I the Air Force ;i Only $..37 at Bradford County

To Make Homes In the Marines, and Charles Jenkins run a meat market for A&P Food | University. Norma Gonzalez will Paul Rivers expects to enter the ':'Telegraph.
Expect CountyAbout service, but he has not decided
To Enter on
hopes to return after a tour in Stores. Norma Gonzalez hopes to,.attend Tampa U., Pamela Lawson Expect i which branch .
the Air Force. he prefers. C. W. has been riled against y. u in the
I return after the University -
attending i will go to Stetson, and Richard. (Slade will enter the service after j above named Court and cause and
one-third of this year'sBradford .mason; Eugene Tanner, who will !,! Jimmy Reddish, Wayne Mat- of Tampa. I' j I you are required to serve a copy ofi
cheti, Lewis Wise and Marcia June plans to go to Florida doing construction work for about i your answer or pleading to th >rn-
Stokes'plans to live here Armed ForcesFifteen
High seniors expect to II go to work at the Florida National Christian College. year. I plaint on the Plaintiff Attorney
make Bradford County their permanent Guard Maintenance shop at Camp'''Kay Hazen expect to return here but work for the Civil Service in I i la, i' Evan T. Evan10,; Law, Exchange
'' '!after attending the University of Gainesville. Agnes Lawson hopesto | Those who plan to go out-of- I Building. .Ja>'k.s. Ue.
home. The rest of the 19541 Blanding; and Ted Edwards, who .NOTICE TO APPEAR Florida
class will seek work elsewhere, i[will also work at Blanding after ,'Florida. Matchett will major in teach here after graduatingfrom 'i j state are: Faye Paulk University BUS seniors expect to I la Circuit Coart. Bradford County and file the original !In The oft 'e of
primarily in larger cities. j[attending National Guard Camp. electronics engineering: Wise will Florida State University. |:'of Georgia: Wavne Douglas LSU: !enter the armed forces sometime Florida la Cbaarerr.Olive the Pink of the Clr.-ult Court ODor
j I |La von Lewis, University of Ken- the future. 'i M. Fitzhugh. also known as I before the 14th day <>f June.
Thirteen seniors have Alma Crews, who to : in near One girl Olive M. H54 otherwise .
jobs or expects i tucky; and Sandra Fisher. Plaintiff vs. John ; th. n'of
expect to get jobs in the county work in Lawtey; Chispa Easter- Louisiana College.C. T. Fisher, Defendant. confessed by you.
upon graduation, four more expectto ling who will work for Big Dad : Twenty-Six BHS Seniors Depart :wants to join either the Waves or !.I Case Xo. 10-495
return here after military service -Manufacturing Co.; and Ann Cros- j W. Slade expects to go to.,Marines. 'lietlc-e' Tw Appear Th!each" notice week shall!! he pUblishedonce
and seven hope to reside here by and Tom Moore, who expect to i i I college under the GJ. Bill aftertime Richard Kuhn Mike Clark. Ron- ;'Las To: John T. Fitzhugh also known *...ks in the Bradford four County consecutive Tele
after receiving college or profes- work for Humphreys Gold Corp. From County To Begin Their CareersTwentysix I in the service. and Janice I'ny Patray, Jim Davis, Charles and John address T. Fisher iv: i hose*!9 Stonewall residence graph.

sional training. Maurice------ Jarvis and Lucille Mc- I i!Dansby she'll is attend.uncertain on what college -f I Kelly, and Max Furlong all plan I street. You 1Runswick.are hereby Georgia. OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 10 day) Charles of Hay A.U Darby 5..

Those who' will begin work here Rae who hope to find secretarial I I on joining! the navy Thomas t suit for notified that a Clerk of the Circuit Court.

shortly are: Freda Green, who work locally; Russell Crosby who Bradford High gradsare serve where the state directs him. I ,Smith and Donald Stern expect to i 1 Divorce By Marian L. Crosby Deputy 5.14 It Clerk 8,'4

will work in the County Judge's hopes to work here; and Norma going to travel outside of the Carol Ethel Johnson expects to do .,.- --
office; Bill Henderson, who will Morrison, who .will work at I county to find their careers. Mostof general clerical work in Jackson I i iZ it it it
work with his father as a brick Mitchell's Drug Store. them are going to larger Florida ville. ,
|cities, such Gainesville and
Frances Dodd expects to spend ,
Jacksonville. six or eight months at Jones Business ClASS 0F.51THE

THE WORLD IS YOURS N Class of 1954 Geraldine Those going Carter to, Armenta Gainesville Rogers are:,!then seek College secretarial in Jacksonville work. Arnold and torn..

,Gladys Bundy. June Stokes, De- Smith hopes to attend Guard eE
i loris Gainey, Jimmie Gay Cole, school this sunder and then enter SS ,
.and Bonnie Clark. Most of them ,
Bus' Z
ss College in the
I'will take clerical jobs at the Uni- fall. S"
Sidney ickland will workin
versity of Florida. his father's 7
1 I tore in Lake City.
: Marelene Prevatt and Loretta
Norman f
Evelyn will
do clerical To offer ourconiratulatfons
"Kelly expect to live in Washingtonand work in Jacksonville.::
work for the FBI. Ned Prin-
Ona Stern and Joyce Morgan upon
gle will go to National Guard ..t
& I Camp and then find work, prob- plan to get a secretarial job in your graduation ,
Jacksonville with the
State Farm
|;ably not in Starke. Lav'OniaI
__ j Hodges will go to work in Columbia Insurance Company. Lucille Starl- CLASS OF 1954
: S. C. ing plans to get a job as a typist.
/ i -'- She will live in Clay: County. i ie it
.... John David Morden has no def-
mite plans for the future, but Myrtle Padgett will go to Or- \
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.L ..':; Joan Morden will also go to Jackie Green will work at Hudson __ (, 1r
'".:-:'."-'" ]Chicago; she hopes to be a tele- Pulp Mill in Palatka. Charles

1::' ,phone operator there. Newmans and Annette Green plan 4)'eis'
-. ; !1 Wayne Edwards expects to at- 'Ito get jobs as soon as school is
'. :tend the State Forest Rangers out. probably somewhere outsideof
I School in Lake City. He will then the county.TwentyFive 9


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