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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 17, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Mrs. Ola Stapleton Dies From Head Injuries SufferedIn


BRADFORD COUNTY

Head-On Collision Of Two Cars South Of StarkeMrs. TELEGRAPH



' Ola Stapleton. 60. died in charged with manslaughter by fractures of the right leg, and lacerations -
'I a Gainesville hospital Tuesday !II County Judge Theron A. Yawn of the head. Official County Publication Established In 1879

I from injuries she received in a :and his bail set at $1,000. Both Mildred and Jessie Mom- -51NIMBER
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head-on collision at the intersec- Standridge's condition was de- : mith are suffering from abrasionsand AOLUME SFXENT\-SIX ST.VKRE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. SEPTE3IBEK 17. 191 TEN

of State Road3 200 and 221 scribed as "fair" Wednesday by bruises. Neither can recall -- -
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301 and the Hampton road) his nurse at Alachua General what happened to the acci-
(U. S. II prior
about three and one half miles Hospital. The navy was expectedto dent. Lawson
Edges One Vote In Re-count
south of Starke. Six others were transfer him to the Jacksonville The two sailors and the sister Noegel By

I hospitalized in the accident. I Naval Air Station Hospital were reportedly traveling from

Mrs. Stapleton was in a car by: helicopter Wednesday afternoon Gainesville to Cecil Field. How

driven Stapleton by 56.her that husband collided, Charles witha Tuesday. Standridge had been Road their still car remains got on a mystery the Hampton since Loser May Seek Court Order For Third Count

car driven by Harold Stand- reported "out of his head" by his their course would presumablytake i

ridge a sailor stationed at Cecil I nurse and unable to remember them straight up U. S. 301.

Field.! The Stapletons live on anything. Standridge and the Both cars were described by Lucian Hazen And James Lewis Returned To Posts

Route I, Starke, near Keystone other two occupants of his car, Musgrove as total losses. He said

Heights.According to the' report made .Jessie Monismith Momsmith 25, ,both 19, and of Mildred Gainesville car the collided left front with of the the front Standridge of the Hospital Corp. Needs Over $20,000 i Noegel-Lawson Contest Livens Up Quiet Election


by Musgrove State Highway the Standridge Trooper car Carlos was I i!authorities, have of been anything unable that to hap-tell .Stapleton car.Surviving Mrs.. Stapleton include I Before Building Contract Can Be SignedThe I v. II (Bill) Xoegel was elected by one vote to the City Council on a re-count tally

proceeding on the Hampton Road i'pened since they had left Gaines- II her husband Charlie. Keystone Tuesday night in a contested race with Ewell Lawson. Lawson may appeal to the Circuit

toward the intersection at a high ville prior to the accident. !Heights: three daughters Mrs. E I Court to get a court order for a third recount.Noegel .

rate of speed. It apparently fail- Mrs. Stapleton died from Willingham. Starke, Mrs. R R. j jL I I Bradford County Hospital'he other twothirdsjMulbry received 341 votes to Lawson's 340 on the re-count. Lawson led 340 to 339

ed to stop for a stop sign at the severe head injuries. Her husband \Wilkinson and Mrs. Walter Wilkinson Corporation received 13 bids for Inc. of New Smvrnaijeach after the first count. but the candidates agreed on a re-count and the verdict was re-

and it collided into the.was hospitalized with multiple the low bidder the
intersection Barden; four stepdaughters, I construction of the new hospital was on versed.:

Stapleton car as Stapleton at- I fractured ribs. crushed chest, frac- Mrs. F. A. Runges, Ft. Lauder- but the lowest bid was $20.000 construction of the hospital. The Lucian 0. Hazen and James A. Lewis were returned to the Council for their fourth

tempted to turn on to the Hampton tured jaw and knee, and lacerations -- dale. Mrs. Frank Burney and Miss :higher than the Corporation can company's basic bid was $373,568. I terms by 380 and 368 votes respectively Jerry Gay, a newcomer to city politics, received
face. Her
road from U. S. 301. of the stepdaughter Alene Stapleton Palatka. and Miss \ presently afford. No contractcan but it would reduce the cost to.. votes in the tight -*
306 race
threw Miss: Beatrice S.tapleton, 12,
The impact apparently Beatrice Stapleton. Keystone. be let until the Corporation $34V>63 by omitting screened I Some witnesses at the
eye polls
U. with fractured I
the Stapleton car back across was hospitialized a Heights, four stepsons, Harold receives a loan of the additional 'porches covered walkway, air '
But To Whom? during the ballot
S. 301 about 50 ft. in mid air. ankle. He stepson William Sam- and Charles Jr.. Ft. Lauderdale, nditioning in outside rooms. I Congratulations counting say
of 9, money. that Noegel picked up one voteon
,
could find no trace uel Stapleton was hospitalizedwith
Musgrove: Billy, Keystone Heights, and Guilford Charles Hardy, president of the paving and curbing, by substitu- the
the road while it was multiple bruises. He was le-count from a ballot that
it hitting Douglas, Ga.: and one brother. Corporation. said that he expectedto !ting asphalt tile for plastic tile. i. "
car released from Alachua General had been thrown out in the
traveling. The Standndge I original -
Lee Hursey. Palatka. try several sources in an at- by substituting a cooling tower -
was thrown to the right about Hospital Tuesday. \ ) counting. If this theoryproves
Funeral services were held Wed I tempt to raise the money. He said for a well and pump, and for omit-
50> ft. Standridge was found by Trooper correct. and if the ballot
Musgrove attributed the cause I Musgrove with his right legi nesday at 3 p.m. in the Etionah I the Corporation had to receive ting automatic control on certain were thrown out in a new recount

of the accident *o the failure of i!pinned into the wreckage. He is Baptist Church. Burial was in some assurance of obtaining the sterilizers. the election could possiblyend
the i from frac- Bardin I money within 30 days, or the Other low bids were made by
Standridge to stop his car at suffering a compound Cemetery with Masters 1. in a tie.

intersection. Standridge has been ;,ture of the right leg. seven other I Funeral Home, Palatka, in charge. i iI county might lose the hospitalto Ruscon Construction Co. of Ig!,!. Lawson was seeking his second
I another community which has Charleston, S. C. basic bid.
I JIf. term on the Council. Noegel lost
the available.The $376.498, and reduced bid. $352.582; I k. '- 'Ik S. :

Macclenny Line. Spurs Tornado Passing Drills money hospital was expected to ':The Warren Company, Starke. ,I i '. h-Uboi out by:: last three year votes, and to George the first Kope-bal-
Tough :i
I >'ost about $323,000, but the low- basic bid. S3RO.OOO. and reduced :, %1 '::1 r':, : JI ',; lot indicated that history was torepeat

est bid with several senates omit- ? d, $354,714: Eaton & Elzea Construction I itself
However
both
,
I IoIIIiII candidates -
Two T Meet In 0 At Bradford ted was $344,563 The hospital Co of Panama CiU : =: oooi .. ,I agreed to a re-count, anda
Tonight .
.
Park'i .. '
earns. pener i i will be financed through the State basic bid $386.478. and reducedid k- I. tM' ._--, second counting was made After -

Improvement: Commission with S35S.210: ; and S. G. Jacobs ,- i two or three false starts in

Bradford High's Tornadoes will ing line-up He saId he might OUT OF ACTION the local organization putting up Company of .Jacksonville! basic I', : : I which the counting was abandoned -

swing into action tonight (Friday) i make some changes before game one third of the money and the I bid 3%.000 and reduced bid I II I and then began over again. the

against MacClenn at 8 p.m. in i time and he added that he might' .. ,, federal government putting up 363.21;). I fateful re-count was made. '

Bradford Park. Coach James '.use other players on the defensive. I f I I The countng was discontinued

Hobbs expects plenty of trouble !'High schools are still permitted I $ County Unit Vote I Supreme Court :i \Tuesday night on verbal assuranceto

from a rugged MacClenny line. to use unlimited substitution. I II I Lawson that the votes would be

MacClenny reportedly The Bid t_ re-counted a third time in the
that James
Hobbs said I line-up is: Harrell .... SponsoredBy
has all of its first string il60, left end; Jimmy Weldon. 175 Rules TillS WAS SUPPOSED TO COVER EVERYTHING all around j morning. The ballots were sealed

linemen from last year back again.He left tackle; Edwin Johns, 160 left I II UJ Local Lawyers Against handshaking picture was supposed to COWTery pos!>ibiit). in the I up for the night, and the count
,was certified with both
said the Tornadoes had trou- |guard; Harold Beasley. 180, center -, City Council race. But in the face of a possible court order to recount tallies on

ble with MacClennys line last ; Kenneth Elder. 180 right failed in Corbin's I the ballots, it is not certain )t'tho is congratulating who.i |1 the election inspector's report
local attorneys
Tw AppealBob The next Lawson
but they took to the air to guard Gary Garner, 180, right I '. day was advised -
year. ; the State i Left to right are James Leis Liuian Hazen Ewell Lawson! V. II.
to
then attempt place that he would have to geta
win 19-0. tackle; Townsend Strickland, 140. Committeeon i (Rill) Noegel, and Jerry Gay.
Executive
Democratic court order to
the ballot
ct reopen
Hobbs had this in mind duringa right end: DeWayne Elder, 158quarterback 156.1 record as favoring the county Corbin. who was convicted -\,1"1'1\\ \ I 1-?llI1uk Photo }lor the Tvl!<'graph- box. City Attorney A. J. ThomasJr.

sCrimmage session Wednesdaywhen ; Sidney Jackson, 'of the first murder of
degree ,
of voting. wrote the
unit system
following letter
he had Quarterback De- I Il left half, Charles' Kirkland. 141 I Beaver received'Children's Committee to
Lex Green introduced a resolution Claude in 1951, j American Legion City Clerk Carl Johns
Wayne Elder tossing pass after i right half; and Harold Godwin. _..-- the county unit system another setback last week in his
favor "I understand
to that the
and I : I Hears Morgan Speak Steps Up Year'sMembership City
James Harrell 172, fullback. i
Ends \
pass to Joe Hill Williams. heading legal bid for freedom that was has received a request for a recount .

Townsend Strickland.The I Only Elder and Garner have :i the Resolutions Committee. begun a year ago with the aid of On School LunchesThe Drive of the ballots cast in the

Tornadoes running game seen much experience on the line. :I brought the resolution to the floor Aigosj Magazine. The Florida City Election held on Tuesday,

suffered a severe blow whew vet- Beasley and Strickland saw limit- !by a 5-3 oommittee vote. .Supreme Court affirmed a Circuit Bradford County Children's American Legion Post 56 hearda September 14th and desires an

eran Fulback Stanley Clark was ed senlce last year Johns played ] l Another resolution opposing the [O&urtdecision refusing Corbin's ,Committee met Monday noon at report on this year's" S foot- opinion as to what authority and-

., a4"red with a sprained arkle. "B" ball last 'ear. and Ha-teH : ('ounty unit system was broughtto (release. the Methodist Recreation Hall ball team from Coach James or responsibility it has in this

Clark will probably not play and Weldon have no football ex : the floor by the Legislative Corbin and his neighbor. Claude with Rev. W. S. McAliley, chairman Hobbs and Assistant Coaches Joe matter.

| 1\\ sentenced to presiding. Hull and Leonard Register. Hobbs
against\ MacClenny.On perience.The I Committee. The State Committee James MrCool, were "In compliance with Section 50
,' Dr. Florence Jennings, Youth said that his team was inexperienced -
the brighter side Tackle Tornadoes will be running j i ':side-stepped the issue by voting ,life imprisonment for the stabbing I of the Municipal Code. the inspectors -
Counselor, that teen- but it seemed to be
reported a ,
fast regainingtop 'from a "T" formation this 'ear, ''to indefinitely any de- of Beaver. The body was have
Garner is I postpone canvassed the vote
Gary admitted the
boy had recently been more spirited than teams in
with Elder doing most 'I issue. \ in the back seat of age
start. DeWayne 'ciswn the controversial then: placed and made out their
on returns
form after a sluggish |Ito Bojs' To1in Omaha, Neb. and in
of the passing. Kirkland isHobb's Committee met Wed- ,McCool's car and the car was past.C. duplicate
Clark BHS's fullback
ailment. Stanley star i, The State I for those one copy having been
throat expressed appreciation
to a I j L. Currie, post commander,
due pre-season
most inexperienced back set aflame to cover up the crime. delivered
: I I in Orlando. to the Chairman
nesday of
sprained his ankle Monday helping finance his trip. I the
will continue its
said tne
Garner starred on the line during but he has been playing well in The plan was foiled when the Legion City Council and the

scrimmage Wednesday. I practice and is the team's best I and will probably miss! the :Mat'denny i fire shorted the car's horn. awakening -I H. P. Morgan. County School membership drive Saturday, and. together with the other copy
Supt. a interesting talk tally-sheets,
I I Dowdy gave very the "Forty and Eight" Voiture'slocomotive
game.Mrs. Toby called the ,
who ballots
start neighbors ballot
named tentative punter. I stubs
Hobbs a i or the School Lunch Program, i will be stationed in and memoranda -

Radio !Fire Dpartment. After the firemen j stating more than 1.000 lunchesare 1 1I front of the Alvarez Men's Store in connecting with the election

-41 Princess Feigert ,Plans II had extinguished the blaze, [I served daily by the Starke Saturday to sign up new members. having been placed in the ballot

they were attracted by McCool Cafeteria alone, and 1500 in the I box. The ballot box, as
I | Currie hopes to get 300 membersby i required
Dies At Residence Station Here |who was attempting to thr.'vI |county. Many requests are re- Armistice Day, Nov. 11. by the code, has been locked and

I lighted matches in the car's gas; I jcfived for free lunches and civic sealed by the inspectors and the
At Park-of-the-Palms ( New cards will also
membership I
Rev. I | Toby Dowdy announced this ;I tank. Upon investigation the. ''!'organizations are asked to contri- i II key thereto placed in an envelope
be mailed to members,
I Mrs. Princess Terry Feigeit I week that final arrangements are i.charred body of Beaver was found bute to the lunch program. I Legion securely sealed, and delivered to
radio sta- the back seat. I New members attending the shortly and they will be accom- the Chairman
53, Wife Albert C. made for a new in of the Council, and
.* of Feiger: being
-.-. luncheon Mrs. S. G. panied by a blank check and a the box
: will broadcast McCool was arrested for his meeting were so sealed delivered
f. passed away at her residence at: tion, WDVH that to the
Haines j f \ Starke and Games.ville. actions at the scene of the crime. Denmark. representing the Junior self-addressed envelope for ease in I City Clerk. -
Park of the Palms at Keystone i from studios in
{. Corbin was tied to the crime: bv ,Woman's Club, Mrs. W. E. Big- handling. Legion mtmbeithipscan "Section 51 of the MunicipalCode
Heights Thursday morning following ham Jr.. of Biookei. Mis D. B. !J I also be to Gene
testimony him with Mc- paid Long,
he has received approval -! placing requires the City Council
an illness of several months. I said '''
Dowdy H tie\! Mis Sam McGaney and''A. J. Thomas Jr. Bill Graham.
Marks FCC to operate a iCool and Beaver at various times < acting as a Board of Canvassers
She born VanWert. Ohio, from
i was in
980 kilocy- I that evenina. Beaver was ao- Rev Edgar Wilkinson of Lawtey. ;;Ray Stone 01 Seeber Goodman. within six days after said election
at
n. Mai 7. 1901 to the late Edward: 5,000 watt station
broadcastfrom iparently killed for $10229 thai to canvass the
K and Edith Mercer Terry. 'cles. The station will election returns -
10th Mi-. Feigert was comptroller a tower between Starke and .he was seen flashing in a bar Mother Asks Clemency For Son of the managers of said

tI ,': the Kennedy Manufacturin. Gainesville and will include such j earlier that night. elections and declare the result

''<''>:ujHin: of VanWert for 25 years towns as Fernandma, Folkston. I Theron A. Yawn who is artmj; Who Killed Father In Ice Plant Fight of said election, etc.
Ocala. and as attorney for Corbin. said h< "You will note that Section 51
-'::111'.a.." a member of the com Ga., PelT} Dunnellon,
Year outward now could attempt to get a re specifies that the Council while
":in\" -, Twenty-Year club. 'St. Augustine on the : Mis. Pearl Blount of L .wtoo.\.
broadcasting versal of the court's decision fron[ H lading as a Board of Canvassers
: Mi< Feigert was active iihuiih I: its primary
i
very of
fringes with the Cabinet i'iU1u'
hi pleaded '
the U. S. Supreme Court or ; (' 'n\"a,<;ses I only) the returns of the
<' work all of her life. Sh
<' I area. would ,could take the case before the Board yesterday for demon. 'm. ,ele t Ion managers it does not
was a leader in Junior Church said the station
Here I i I Dowdy
.
and Sunday School work for 30(I i begin shortly broadcasting from !State Pardon Board. I her son. Calvin E. Blount ""nl.' L '' 'A- Yh'e1' i[ < .nHVthe ballots.
I Yawn said the fact that the! :
He said was to 10 -. :", :I It :s mopinion that the Ballot
i/s. vears She was a member of the I 5:30 a. m. until 7 p. m. i sentenced war
time limit for had expired
i appeal [
Box
the election balI -
tarke First Baptist Church, and I half of the programs will be broadcast had hurt the case before the. ,, manslaughter two years i containing
a teacher in the church. I from Starke. I killing his father with a kmt. i I Ik. < annot be unlocked and open-
[Supreme CourtMoose pej) ,tnd re-fount of the ballots
a
She married Albert C. Feiger i i Everv fifteen minutes the an1 ; Calvin, who was 15 at the t turn 1,

on June 7, 1947. and she has lived<1 nouncer will sav "This is WDVH I lof the stabbing, had argued wltn : hart PX.ept upon an Order from
Itt'and Mrs. L. 1>. Ilaine.s shown aooH' with ilrrtirnire
are a lo\elj t> : Hold First 'ht' Circuit' Court. It therefore
at the Park of the Palms for th, with studios in Starke and Gaines- 'his father, Edward M. Blount ,i;
presented to them on the 10th anni\ersarj of Itev. Haines ministry /.nltW'; that the City has no
will
i last four years. 'viIIe." Dowdy said that he Meeting Tuesday I the Starke Ice Plant overiil I '.--
at the First Baptist Church in Starke. I J I Brief funeral services were held I have Al Allums as his representative -!i [ring a 75-pound cake of ice to 'hi

Rev L. D. Haines has i from the First Baptist Church at the Starke studio. The ; The Bradford Count chaptei. :car. Young Blount had i et used \ ballots since the Ballot Box
recently to other in the city. .
kx-xed must remain
groups and so
'
I ve"5terdaThursday) at 7:1J, Starke staff will also include an- of the Loyal Order of the Moosf!1 : to carry the ice to the famm: i iI 1
completed 10 years as pastor of Rev Haines has seen the con- unless ordered opened by the1ii't
n.m. with the Rev.. Lewis D writers. and engineers its first mass meetin:
:nouncers. copy ,will have I until his father moved the < i
the Starke First Baptist Church. church
I struction of a new which ,
Haines officiating The body lain j ji Tuesday night at 8 p.m. in the! ,closer to the platform.
commemorated -, I.
The was .
anniversary service anda i was dedicated in 1951: and a new state at the church from 5'3Cn : i Dowdy said he planned such American Legion hall on Call St j After a few futile attempt > -'hou'd'! any candidate desire a I I"f'
ba Homecoming which was built in 1952. I' .
:pastonum T". until the service. local programs from Starke as a Moose members will meet to form. start the car, the father bel ame funt. it will be necessary for I
Rev. and
dmnei m the grounds. The church has collected
now Funeral services will be held "Talk of the Town." hospital reports -plans for completing their n-.m- !angered and vowed to teach his him to secure legal counsel and I

Mrs Haines were presented with $1,381.92 in a Organ Fund and has Sunday afternoon in VanWert police reports. and enter- bership drive for the first class. I son how to mind. Mis Blount petition the Circuit Court for the !

a lovely silver service by the plans for adding a wing to their Ohio from the Trinity Evangeli- tainment by local talent. He said John Milo membership director ;testified in court that her hu- appropriate order authorizing and II
hurch members.
t Sunday School Building. !-al U.B. Church with the Rev. W. he hopes to carry a Starke church ;of the Loyal Order of Moose said 'and began slapping the boy and! directing that the Ballot Box be
Since he has been at the First
About 400 guests attended the,C. Faulkner officiating Interment I service every Sunday. :this week that he needed about 20 .threatening him She said Calvin Caivfn Blount opened and a re-count made. !
Church. Rev Haines has
Baptist Homecoming service and they were will follow in Woodlawn He said that he appreciates the !more members to fill his class of I acted in self-defense when he retaliated "I might add that Mr. Howard !

received 1062 new* members. The served dinner on the grounds Cemetery there.Surviving I,fine cooperation extended him in ,. 100 before the Starke chapter i by thrusting his knife in made lite unbeatable for her and Bailey. Assistant Attorney General !

ohurrh had only! 448 members from 20 tables in the recreationroom. besides her husband Starke bv the merchants and civic :could get its charter. ,his father's stomach. their four children She said he of Florida, informally con- !

when he arrived In 1914 and it I are two sisters. Mrs. Vivian Reid organizations. He said he woulddo i Milo said he hoped to reach his i Blount died from the wound on had refused to support his family curred with me in this opinion over !

has a present membership of,i Rev Haines has been in the i of Bettsville. Ohio, and Mrs. Pearl everything possible to make the ,quota in the next two week. and(his way to Alachua General Hospital -,;property and "there are two chil- the phone this morning. !

60Rev Haines has the ministry for 16 years. Johnson of Toledo, Ohio; and several station the best in Florida. ,he: expects to have the class inducted : |,dren in their graves today who Lawson must act within six !

seen average nieces and nephews. I I shortly The first class Before the Pardon Bard Mrs. probably could have been savedif days, or the Council will declare ;

Sunday School attendance NamedAt Active pallbearers will be Lions Club Plans will be named in honor of Acting ,Blount said that the father had he would have had a doctor the result of the election final. :
Officers
trrow from 98 to 321. The aver- ACS
E. Johns. and Johns went to
Gov Charley A total of 683 voters
I Gordon and Duane Johnson, Car-
age Training Union attendance ElectionElection Year's Broom Sale 'has told Milo that he will be in Car Misses Turn that didn't
hav I Recent los and Don Reid, Richard Feigertand I Clyde Brown Charged the polls in a quiet race
grown from 32 to 79.
Starke for the induction.
ret hot until after the votes were
The 'hurch has received a total : of officers for Brad- Mrs Gaylord Young all nephewsof j The Lion's Club annual broom With Stealing Hogs Churns Up YardJack I counted. .

of $330.372 in gifts over the 10i i Feigert. ,sale will be launched on Monday. ,
veai period It has gi'en11.215 :ford County Agriculture Stabilization DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Oct. 4. when the members plan :Jaycees Will Meet Clyde Brown. who lives in the Deitz. local construction ,
i
to miss' ns, and it has increased i and Conservation Committeewas is in charge of arrangements. !''to canvass housewives with their Starke's Junior Chamber of Commerce .Griffis Loop area. was arrested worker posted a $25 bond on a ,Rotary Discusses

Us propt'rty'aluJ.tion from $9,000 held last Friday night at the '"Brooms made by the blind"I met for a breakfast meetingWednesday .this week on a charge of hog steal- charge of reckless driving Wednesday -,Community Safety

to more than $275.000. I I courthouse, in conjunction with a I David Malcolm Wills I The brooms to be sold are'madi'Ily and agreed to meet I'ing. on the complaint of Walter ,' after missing a turn on State I

This year the church will receive legular meeting of the Bradford I Died Last ThursdayDavid i "Industries for the BLnd." dad I next Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the. .Mansel and Emory M. (Big Boy I ,,Road 100 at Water St. His car Suggestions for safety measures -

more than $38.22 in gifts many Lions Clubs throughout thE' i Starke Armory. The club is continuing 1 Prevatt. Brown was released under :,hopped the curb, tore through a I in the community and home
I Farm Bureau with thefollowing '
County I ;! $500 bond.
with $7321 going to missions. Malcolm Wills. 77. who, ,nation sell the brooms annually. l its membership drive, and wire fence and a bamboo hedge were given at the Rotary Club

Ten sears ago the church received I results: N J. Davis was bom near Providence and ''to, support their work in sight I nme new members were present'at 1 On Monday Mansel and, and Prevatt asked : and plowed about 30 ft. into the Wednesday by Tommy Thompson,
: Brown's house
$6627 with only $2,419 going to ;chairman, 3.V.. I\elley: and Au- moved to Starke at the age of ;, conservation. .' Wednesday's meeting. !i,to went see to some hogs. A Brown boy lawn before stopping an employee of the Hercules
,
missions i brey Hazen committeemen, Mark- I three died September 9 at St. The local club announced its intention I i The JayCees discussed several[: :showed the men some hogs in a !i Deitz said that the accident I Powder Co. He pointed out that

Rev Haines has be"n at the I lee Starling and C. E. Andrews Petersburg. I to again purchase glasses community projects that might be !pen and the two men called the :happened about midnight Tuesday.His while traffic safety receives most

church on 508 of the 520 Sundays''were elected alternates. I He was a Spanish American, I I for needy school children during undertaken when the club is tiLyI /' sheriff, after they recognized two : car was halted about 20 feet of the attention, the fact remains

and has preached 874 sermons and I War veteran and is survived by a I organized President G. J. Me- that more accidents occur in the
This committee supersedes the I : I the school year. Profits from the : :sows which carried their mark. [from a house, but the incidentdid
4SO mid-week prayer eri'es'since I sister. Mrs Rufus Dall. NewSmvrna I GrIff invites all young men in the '| t home than anywhere else. The
old Production and Administration broom sale There were also three shoats, unj not wake its occupants or any
Maiketing brotherWalter : will assist in sustaining community to attend next week's;j I
he has been here. He has Beach. and a : I program was in charge of C. H

also brought over 100: messages committee. : Wills of Tampa. & the project. meeting. j marked in the pen. of the neighbors. i Quick.L .


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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKF., FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 195 ;

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1 "11 i TIlE RIGHT POINT for the'medium excavation; Limerock Sta-'tors upon application to this office I Ruth Laienb)'. Plaintiffs. John
TELEGRAPHOLDEST hiltzed Base; Type 2 Bit. Surf. for the sum of $25.00 per set. Extra William Lasenby. Defendant
BRADFORD COUNTY "YO"'I way you write. Come In and select Treat, and incidental item The I sets of Plans may be purchased for Case .V" 106e7letlee I.
total of the Jobs
jour favorite ESTERBROOK length is approximately 10.00 per set. Plans with or with- To Appear I
FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD ..57 at 13.7 milesA proposalGuaranty out Special Provisions may be purchased To John William Lazerlvb! ->s.>
Fountain Pen. Only $ ( in the of .
amount $16OMO.-
by fabricator
for $10.00 per residence and address 1-: A'!l' J ''tin t
BRADFORD COUNTY TELE uo will be required. E't. NO REFUND WILL BE MADE )(m. Laxenby. 5Sth ARSPO btu,
Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under by Mrs. Sara McDonald Male Prujert. J..b0.. ::2V.4l.K5 FOR AXOF THE APOVE 1',0 p,>>.. New York. \ V. t
GRAPH. State Road Xo S-257: Bradford CHARGES FOR PLANS AXD
PROPOSAL
the Aet of March 3, 1879. i fnunt>. From the Santa Fe River J.'ORlIS. Tou are hereby notified that a
IWLL LLWVIl 1.lAALL i in-rth to :SK:, IS in Hampton Work I suit for
Proposal Forms will
I NO'11C'K OFPPIIC TIOFOK" ,i'unsi.tof heavy excavation. Lime- 'unless not he issued Diione. cu'totly. ..ntnn .,' ,1
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MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION -- MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION I The Community Church Women I T.\\ 1IKKII, I rock Stabilized Pase with Type 2 I ISurfa..t' :24 hours request prior to is opening received bids at least support of minor child It
HOUMHill 0. 1562NOTI'E | Treatment and incidental has been filed against you in tbs
have ; The right I is.
reserved
announced the to reject
following circle that any
HKKiiIIV;
is above named Court and and
I items The length of the Job is 2.306 or all bids cause I
meetings for September;. Mrs.Smith's George Couduine the holder uf the i miles. A Proposal Guaranty the STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT you are required to serve a copy of .
The 01 The 'Open Range' Fast Ending I following certificates has filed said I amount of $2,50000 will be required. FLORIDACecil OF I. your answer or pleading to the complaint {
I Day I circle at her 4
home Monday certificates for a tax deed to be Mate Projert. Job ,"0. UxST-lTS. M" Webb Chairman, on the Plaintiffs Attorney
Scot. 20, at 11 a.m.; Mrs. sued thereon. The certificate is-\\State toad Xo. S-100-A Bradford K T. Cupton.; H. \'. Knight Starke. Florida.
bers and years of issuance the Count). Griff Loop Road southeast State Highway and file the original in the office of f
On November 2nd, voters in Bradford law went into effect compaining about I Crosby's circle at her home, Mon- scription of the property, and of Starke Work consists. of Engineer 9 10 :2t 9 11OTlE the Clerk of the Circuit Court on \I
County will decide if they want a countywide stock roaming along the paved roads. How- day Sept. 20, at 1 p.m.; Mrs. name follows in which: it was assessed are i medium excavation; Limeroik Stabilized or before the 11 day of October, j
I' as I.j Base with Type :2 Surface TO APPE\R 1954! ; otherwise the allegations jt I
"No Fence" law a question which af- ever, it is sometimes difficult to establish IEisenbacker's circle at the home Certificate. No. 3?. Treatment; and incidental items h Circuit Court Bradford Co..t7.Floridai said Complaint will be taken as confessed -

fects just about every landowner in the ownership of stock, and in the case of some iof:| Mrs. J. A. Williams, Wednesday, Year Description of Issuance of Property 195?. S'of SEt. I!I The mately length 3.612 of miles.the job A is Proposal approxi- I Ma' >bell la Chmrerr.Annie Saunders. Plaintiffs This by notice TOU. shall be published i I

jCounty. cattle at the present time, the impoundingfees |Sept 20 at 11 a.m.; The Nightin- of SW'i of XW ., Sec. 17. T. 6 Guaranty in the amount. of $3,000 Clarence Alexander! Saunders De ,once each week for four consecutive
S. II. 22 E. I 00 will be required.Nate
Prior to 1949, the fencing laws of the State amount to about the market value of ,gale circle at the home of Miss Name in which assessed: Annie I Project Job %o. SvVi-KS.; fendant Notice To Appear Case No 10-671 weeks. in the Bradford County Telegraph t
maintain the cattle forfeit the j Gladys Tillis on Monday Sept. 27 I (:oodwin.II State' Road No. S-225. Bradford To: Clarence Alexander faundprs. Dated this 7 day of I'emlot'r,
landowner so owners simply
required that every some All of said property being in the I Count), from Sampson City to :SR:' I'I whose requiem and address t'n- 195(.
fences around his property to repel live- straying animals rather than pay the fee. jat 6:30: p.m. for a covered dish II County of Bradford. State of Florida IUnless i 227 Work consists of light excatation know'n.lou is. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
such certificate or certificates ; Limerock Stabilized Base ,
into his In the five that the law has been in ,supper. with :2 Bit. Surf. Treat., are hereby notified that a Clerk of the Circuit Court
stock ; if cattle or hogs got place years i shall be redeemed accordingto Type one suit for divorce ,By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
and ate up his garden, he had no recourse, effect, a new problem has been posed for j At a congregational meeting on 'si-ch the certificate law the property or certificates described will in concrete length; small box drainage culvert of structures bridge, has been filed against you 10 the I I 9 10 4t P 1OTICK
and his cattleowners. have thous- unday morning after the service. be sold to the highest bidder at the and incidental items. The length is. above named Court and cause and'
them out repair They spent
other than many you are required to \ 0'
run I court house door on the first Monday approximately 3.!!78 miles. A Proposal serve a ropy of j INTE'NTIOV TO
fences. If livestock in roaming the high- ands upon thousands of dollars for building the Community Church authorized in month of October 1954 whichis Guaranty in the Amount of your answer or pleading to the com1plaint l HF.OISTKH FICTITIOl % 1MB
,the employment of Mr. Clyde E. the 4 day of October, 1954. MOUO.OO will be required.The on the Plaintiffs Attorney Notice is hereby gixen that the
ways was struck by a vehicle, the owner of improved pastures, and thousands of dollars Dated this 1 day of September. terms (1) "light excavation. Dandelake. Dawson & Scott. 106 I undersigned under the pros nouns ,>fChapter
the livestock could collect damages. for fencing, only to find that unless they j i Harris of Jacksonville architect, 1954.; (2)) "medium excavation," and (5): Smith Florida. Building. Jacksonville 20.953 Laws of Florida
hea\y excavation" as used herein- I Acts of 1S41. will with the
to draw plans for a new Educational OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ( register
This open-range situation favored the build hog-tight fences, hogs get into improved Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- above indicate respectively ( I) ind file the original In the office, Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
"-'''ch will be of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Building so less than iiOOO Cu. Yds. per mile on .
ford County Florida for Bradford County State of Foda. -
stock raiser, for all he had to do was fence pastures, root them up and destroy constructed that :' may be incor- 9H; 9/24 (2) 8000 to 15,000 ('u. Yd.. per ,"le or before the 11 day of October upon receipt of proof of pab.x a-
19o4;
his stock loose to them. ( .. and (3): more than 15,000 Cu. Ti5. ; otherwise the allegations of of this the fclltl"I"
and turn tion notice
his said Complaint
own crops porated into a r- church if and 01ltKTO ('OTlttTOIl'Office per mile.A will be taken as confessed name of Bottom Dollar t'ompany
forage wherever they could find feed. How- These cattlemen. as well as other land ,when one is bn" The building of the Mate Uoad Department Proposal a certified Guarant check consisting cashier ofeith..r This by nolle.rkU yoU be publishedonce (not Inc) under which we ar' M-
with little done in the way of feeding to fence the Tallahassee Fla check, treasurers each week for raged in business at H7 W. 1'Ll
ever, owners who are tired of trying committee hav estimated that September 7, 1954 trust company four consecutive St.. Starke.
and uncontrolled breeding the herds for the other fellow's stock out. are presently in :the new buildir will cost some l'0\.7'Itf (TIO.t1)" ,check or or state bank bank draft, in of the any amount national !''graph.weeks In the Bradford County Tele-\ That the parties Fla. interested in sj.,ibusiness
M \1,1'.:' \\n.: I>IU)(.II \\1
most part consisted of "piney woods" stock ; favor of a county-wide law which will pro- [where near $20.000.00. It will be slated above, made payable to the j Dated this 9 day of September I are: '
Sealed bids will be received at Chairman of the State Road Department -'1954.; HarrKowitz. !901Vet Bi\
their owners rounded them up for market hibit any stock from running anywhere but i built on land already owned by Tallahassee, Florida from Qualified must accompany each bid. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Chance A. Darby Jacksonville. Fla. Ir\me K. ,H ./
I Contractors until 10:30 A.1.. (E 'All checks or drafts shall have been Clerk of the Circuit Court !901 West Bay St.. Jacksin F.I.:
whenever they could find them and what- on the owner's land. This law will be voted t the church and adjoining the pres- T.) on the 21st day of 'S'1 issued within 60 days of the date By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Joseph Kowitx.. SOI W 'st 1 IaJacksonville :: .\' -, ,
received profit. ent church property. 19": for ,construction of the for receiving bids. Certified checks Fla
was
ever money they pure upon in the election on November 2. and if ( ing I 9.10 4t 10,1
projects: shall have the necessary State of Dated this 20th daof .ViuA.D. .-'.
However, cows and hogs roamed the state it is passed, an act will be introduced into j Delbert E. Starrett. the I Mate I'rojet-t. Jobo.. :: Florida's Documentary Stamps at- MVTICE TO .%PPI':\R .. 1934;; at 81011 k.., I'.iadti
highways and were a constant menace to the legislature by State RepresentativeDoyle i church organist is on leave of Bradford Count, various --.o-n.1 tached. I'm Circuit Court. Bradford County County, Florida
I Staike totaling approximately\ 10,7miles The name of the bidder- and the Flurldat in (......uy. S -7 4t 17
drivers especially after dark. Then, too, E. Conner to that effect. absence for a year working for m length Work consists of applicable Project Number shouldbe
light grading storm sewers: Ocala I show the check or draft.
on
his doctorate in music.
many animals were killed by cars withoutthe To be sure, not everyone in the County i I During Ko<'k l"ii-.e widening, tomrele url AH. work i is to be done. in a" nrd- \
owner's knowledge and in these cases his absence. Dr. James A. Paitwill and gut lrr; ", '-lalnlizril! li.i-e: aiu .. with Plans !vpo ifi< adons. and
favors such a law. There are many property I, Type 1 Hit. Surf. Treat and in i- S".lal| I'niv 'ISKIIIS of the Mate Koad
take his
the owners suffered the loss. who live from the main place. Dr. Pait is dental lit MI" Job :]... ::.'';;7-1711. Ilrparttn-nt Spei i.il attention is I II
owners away Associate Professor of Logic in Stale KII.K! ;\:;". S.I"\iKduard- t.ill'tl t'i' "Notue t.> Qualified t'on- ENJOY
With stock roaming all over the County roads and they are entirely opposed to the ; l.m.p Kmdi Hradfoid count> I.I 1.- lI."l" ;and an\ 'I""o.d I'tuxis- I t
the department of in .. : ,
i Philosphy ,
of landowners ttse.ai SI 11 l lUll w 't "fInk. null 1- "II la 1110'<1 in tin 1'r gn -al Foim
there were very many cases proposed law which would make them fencein the- University of Florida. I and > ,i-t .l'llr""III1'It| '! ...HI" 'hill and ,in' I', "11"F," "' \\ ;II 11 saPER coot \
being pestered with hogs, which broke repeatedly I t" Minn Knail \\ink i I'liaiata "t In liirm-htd to IJIIdlfl'i d iVntt.u- /
their stock. Since the first days of stock i I Miss Gladys Tillis will go this ,
into farmers' fields and ate or raising there have always been those who ;week to Arden N. C. to visit Mr. j III J D.WTOM

damaged his stock, and no practical way of favor an open range, and it is quite apparent -I and Mrs F. M. Walrath Sr. She I iI' j

finding the owners. why they do. With little or no fenc- 'I'twill return with them next week | BEST RATES IN TOWN\ WEEKEND

However in 1949 the State Legislature ing or feeding cost any sales they can makeare I Wm. Reynolds, who has been in''II ,

passed a State-wide "No-Fence" law effect- profit, regardless of the condition of the I the hospital for several days in Representing 50 L

ive July 1, 1949. which prohibited stock from market. I Jacksonville is reported better ONLY per person

running at large on the rights-of-way of any 1 i and expected home soon. I II America's Largest Mutual Ins. Companies 7 double oft I
There is another factor to be consideredin II
State (or, in effect, any paved, or "hard" i! M M Sargent who was ill fr i Id
discussion of the fencing in the '
proglem
a is back at home and
road). some time COMPARE: THESE SAVINGS INCLUDES: /
:County and that is the many new paved able to be about. ,
and
The .
There were many results of this law. up Room Friday I Saturday Nights
herds of cattle which formerly roamed at roads which will automaticaly cut down the I i Mr. and Mrs. Shields of the I AUTOMOBILE 10 20'' Full Course Breakfast t Dinner on Saturday /
existing open range under the present law. Geneva Beach Apartments have : Full Course Breakfast on Sunday
will roads the shoulders ha'eall
paved or I
on FIRE DWELLING 20'FIRE Plan/ AyalaUt
but disappeared from the scene. It no To cite only one. as an example, the Rosier !(gone to Chester Pa., for a short I on European

longer was a common sight to see a wreckedcar Road cuts back into country which has been ,vacation. 'I on BUSINESS 15'; Spacious Rooms Excellent Cuisine Golf Course

and a dead cow the losses to the car open range for many many years. With the I Dr. Donald Christoffers is in I MOTELS 35"; I i 2 Private Pools Cabtnas Private Bepch
completion of this road the "No-Fence" law ,the hospital this week in Jackson-

stock drivers owners- stopped no longer almost, lost completely animals, from and will apply to a large area of land, with fenc- (Ville. He is expected home next I''' GARAGE LIABILITY 35r; Putting Green Intimate Cocktail lounge Dancing
:week.
ing required all along it to keep stock away. Planned Entertainment fisherman Paradise.
this cause. This is true. also far all the other I Mrs. C. R. Gibson of Corpus ,;
as as newroads Why Pay More
Cattlemen, who had opposed the "No- Christi Texas. has been guest of''! For Reservation
being constructed now, and it shouldbe write wire Rush Stray,Gen.Mg,. ..- .r
Fence" law at first now started to fence 'Mrs., Margaret Tracy this week. J or
clear to concerned that those
their cattle. plant improved pastures, feed everyone ': The Keystone Heights P. T. A. II i iI 9Contact
who want paved roads. will have to accept
supplements, up-breed through pure-bred I I will hold a covered dish Supper :
the of stock off of
responsibility keeping e
bulls as well as other progressive measures.To 'i in the cafeteria of the school i, CRAIG HOTEl J'fdna {
a lesser degree the same thing happened them, as required by law. 'I house at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday l _

as far as hogs were concerned. Hog own- It appears that the old saying: You can, j I Sept. 21. All patrons or interested CONNER Bros. Insurance Agency f/a

ers fenced their animals in. particularly if not have your cake, and eat it, too, appliesin parties arp invited to come. II I II Ij a

they lived near any paved roads, raised feed this case. Those who favor the retentionof I Axel Malmgren, who went DIRECTLY /ON THE "WORIO'S MOST FAMOUS BtACH"
the that still remains want, to Jacksonville last week for hos- j 129 W Call St Phone 2S5; DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA
crops for them, and took better care of them. open range I II Itl'
With the new law property owners along new roads. but they do not want a county-, pits treatments, is reported much &41 __ E .>=.> ___ _" _I

the paved roads were able to take down some wide "No-Fence" law. Judging by the de-'I'.better and expected home soon. i
Kyle McMurtry Jr., who wa } F i'' r
highway fences around their homes fences development and growth of the County. i it 1 "1
,hospitalized with an eye infectionis
which had been built particularly to keep seems that the County will be so crisscrossed -, better and home again. ,

cows or hogs from their front yards and gar- with paved roads that the existing law :i Com. and Mrs. Fred Cole, former -
dens. will almost be. in effect, a county-wide law
residents of Keystone were
The law provided that the sheriff impound regardless of any further developments.The ;visitors here last week. .

animals found in violation of the law with a matter will be decided at the pollson 1 There was considerable excfte

$2.50 arresting fee, 50 cents a day board November 2 in the good Democratic pro, ,ment last Saturday in downtown &vpw II

bill, and incidental other charges, including cess of the majority prevailing. Those who I !'Keystone when the fire department -

mileage of 15 cents per mile. According to favor the county-wide law. claim that it will, :, was called to quell a smaiU!'! e ,

Sheriff P. D. Reddish, his office has had be passed by a majority of five to one. We I blaze in the Wiggins Building F-J ( !. I

several calls a week on an average, since this have yet to hear the claims of the opposition. ,was caused by a short circuit and
was soon extinguished with slightI w FORD49S

I damage. The new fire engine was

I ion the job in record time.I -."".. ,. _
I M. C. Harvey has been ill

'for several days but is improving H. .

'How New Trop rtie j First Baptist Church THE %

I At the Annual Business Meeting

i!iof the church last Wednesday evening : 'I'

I the following officers were s

elected to serve for the year beginning |! LEiDitaxs k

Can Double I Oct. 1. Sunday School I II 0 t tI
I Supt. A. G. Loudon: Training I

(Union Director Wm. M. Wolfe: 1 1I .p. RR

I Church Clerk A. E. Anthony: r-. '

Asst. Clerk Tommv Millican: ;

I i Treasurer Charlie T. Parker;
Engine Life Asst. Treas. John J. Camp. 4 f

I Rev. Marvin A. Stedham :3 '
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DisI { Y- -
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I trict Missionary, will speak atl II j jt -- .. :- 1. :.,,"" : .. '''''''''''_
t I froth morning and evening services'!

Some motor oils give good protec- Sunday. Sept. 19. Those who attended >: ?..
'
fSSffi -1 fcHffinffiEBnExclusive tion at low temperatures. Other the Homecoming program i'

.;lplpltt llr +' 1ll.l6lCllil;: oils are effective at high tempera- in April are looking forward to
: ,the opportunity of hearing him
lulll: '' "riJgl.hllgklllt I tures. But new TROP-ARTIC all-
: Illtl : again. If you are not attending
= weather motor oil gives protection I -
I1II 'q !
l a local church, you are cordiallv w
J iI iii'i i 1iIq; at all!temperatures. from below j invited to come and worship with E IIIIrF lw,9f&rt

'1i1 'I '; zero to 180 degrees! :us. i ii

11 : This explains why TROP-ARTIC 1 i The Dorcas Class will meet with I

4 r"Iyr N is so much better than ordinary Mrs A. G Loudon Tuesday, Scot; I' ... .. .ca
/ice N ,121. at 3'00 n m. Officers will bet!
motor oils at preventing engine

.. .j t wear so much better that it can .elected for the coming \ear I ( 2u1 1001'-5 it ) d ti
r
? Ii ii 1esendeubleenginelife.TROPARfC ."" "" ..."" "" "" "" "" "" "" .."" .......----...-.......

1 ; lets lOU start easier. saves lOU i

up' gasoline. saves 15% to 45% on GRAHAM

=r oil consumption. In fine-car feature after feature, Ford is the only car in its field' with a

4 Phillips 66 TROP-ARTIC is the Mrs. John McKinney V-8 engine the 130-h.p. Yblock8..

jl'Y' _f J first weather oil which has I i a AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .1 tied's far out front in its field. Only Ford gives you And Ford offers this V-8 "Go" today!
"
proved it meets the highest stand-

ard ever established for automo- 1 Mr. and Mrs John Moody and styling that will stay in style. new Ball-Joint You may choose; from three: great transmissions -

bile motor oils the Mil-0-2104:! :sons spent the weekend m Jacksonville : Fordomatic Drive, Overdrive,
visiting their children. ride and handling high-spirited "Go"or Conventional Drive. For still
,
Supplement 1 test. You can't buy I IIr. greater
:\ and Mrs. C. B. McKinneyof and
better oil for our car! driving ease pleasure, you may
607d t1t t a Starke were supper guests of I IIr. make your Ford as automatic as you
Phillips
It's fabrics the handsomest in trim
.
:\ and Mrs. John :Moody Mon no wonder so many people are like with power assists Power Steering -
day evening. swinging over to Ford! Ford offers more
FUTE-FUEL is the new gasoline with the added Ford the leader too. Ridingand Power Brakes, Power Windows
super lowAnd acts ,
Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney I fine-car features than any other (both;; front and back), an dt.w
o1y
aviation fuel Di-isopropL '! handling are always smoother,easier
component
end children, also Mr. and Mrs priced car. Front Seat.
FUTE-FL'EL gives you increased power,higher anti-knock V. L. McKinney of Fairbanks were because of Ford's revolutionary BallPower

quality and greater economy. You get the benefits of controlled Monday evening guests of Mr. andMrs. j You can see Ford's the leader in"looks." Joint Front Suspension (exclusive to And with Ford many, many other fine-
John Moody. ': With its long,low,clean-cut lines. Ford'sthe Ford in the low-price field) that cushfcms -
\olatility plus the clean burning qualities resultingfrom features such as suspended clutch I
Everyone is invited acknowledged trend-setter in the the bumps of even the roughestand
66 to attend brake pedals Center-Fill
of Get
Fueling
use high purity components. Phillips
th% Graham Baptist Church Saturday | industry. And Ford has interior luxury roads and helps keep that new-car "leerand the Control Panel
new -
FIITE-FCEL for ,
car
your ( night Sept. 18. to hear Rev. i' to match, with the latest in modem far Icnger. Ford is worth more when you sell. It's a

N PIULUPS PETROLEUM COMPANYSEE .6 V. K. Wade and his Cash and proven fact that Ford returns more of

YOUR PHILLIPS 66 DEALER Ivory Gospel Band. I its original 1 cost, at resale, than any other
I Johnny Lejeuers left Mondayfor I More people are trying Ford .,) car in the low-price field! Come in. .

New York. He is stationed in luy''.' F' OR rl.l Test Drive Ford and
More people are : g a today, see why,
the Navy there. I

.
Mrs. Frank Johnson and children Fe A.I

of Hampton were visitingMr. I I


JEROME JOHNSPHONE Oil COMPANY ,day. and afternoon.Mr.. and Mrs.Mrs.John. Irvin McKinney Boyd San-and,I!': Andrews Motor Co.


'Con of Trenton spent the weekend ;'

12 STARKE FLA. with Mrs Boyd's brother and sis-

,ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs L. E. Rat- MADISON & ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE, FLORIDA

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SEPTEMBER 17, 1954 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE TIIRd.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyV

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Y' was in our community Sunday. i i Winfred and Leonard, of MaxvilleI cur well and do much good, are required t'> -tr\e a copy of ..1.\'. nth d,}y cf i 'd"\\b. -', 11-4 f,.r I I you are required to serve a copy of'yvur Complain' Will, be 'aKn as coafevrd -
answer or pleading tr the appn.\.11! "I same and f..r I.n.ii 1 ,1.- I' answer ,'rJ1..admg to the b> you.
Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Norman and I also attended. are thankful for what we got. on the Plaintiffs charge as Executrix ot the entile of >.omi'laint on the Pla.ntiffsAttorne I This notue shall be published
to Carol Norman Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Attorney T. Flank Landrum Williamlfuno IJrdgra\e. .In red ;,-- j I > Hon. Herald R Hart. once each week for four consecutive
Birthday -
HIGHLANDBy son, Larry, were visiting the G. L. j Happy I Marke, Florid, on this sth Uaot :5..pt"lll."r" JftJ !Smith Building Jackson- weeks, .n the Bradford Cu-inU Tele
I Lapps Saturday at Heilbronn. I Sept. 5. visited relatives at Clay Hill file the original In the office ol H54. I \ille Florida graph.
Clerk of the Circuit Court on Minnie L. Redgrave. Executrix of !: and file the original in the officeof Fated this :24: day of August. 1954.;
By Mrs. Lacy NormanALAAALAAAA I The Homer Smith's were in Sick list. Mr. Converse is not day.Mr. before the 11 day of Oct. 1954; (I the estate of Alfonso William the Clerk of the Circuit Court on (OFFICIAl. SEAL) Charles .*. Darby
'Gainesville last week. j improving much. Mrs. Nellie Wil- and Mrs. Ernie the allegations of said Redgra\e, dei eased. i or before the Clerk of the Cm nit Court
: will be taken as confess- .I 9,10 HIt) 1 ,' 27th day of September 1954; ; By \ \ nne Hanrll .pt.tCurW
i ... E. C. Harvey made several trips kinson is not feeling too well. Bill I visited relatives at Clay Hill by yon. ---- otherwise the allegations of said N _7 It 9 17
to Jacksonville last week. I Pendarvis returned home Monday Thursday night of last week. notice shall be published :NOTICE TO APPRAR I
Sunday School at 9:45: each Sunday I each week for four consecutive In Circuit Court, Bradford County, ',
Mrs. Raiford from the hospital and is feeling The Stricklands and I I Florida In Chaaccrr.
Worship Service at 11 a.m. Manning and chil- in the Bradford County Tele-
better. Ona Hardee, Ellen Nor- I James H. Booth, Plaintiff, n. P.rothy i;
and 7:30 p.m. each Sunday. Prayer I dren spent the weekend here with Knight and family spent a I I .. this i day of September, R Booth Defendant. ,
meeting at 7:30: each Wednesday I'friends and relatives of Jackson- i man, and Gallic Griffis are still of the day Sunday with the J. Case Xo. 10-6J4; Packed.
II weak. Hope they all have much I Notice To Appear .
teacher's meeting each Sun- ville.Edwin Godwin at Maxville. After I SEAL) Charles A. Darby To Dorothy II Booth, whose resi-i
day at 7 p.m. E. C. Harvey, pas- Griffis of Ft. Bragg, speed of recovery.T. I we went to talk with these Clerk of the Circuit Court dente and address is; Corunna.Mulligan. with
N.I! E. Pease of St. Mary's, Ca., Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk .
tor, and J. A. Eunice, Sunday C., spent the weekend here and really enjoyed the 9:10 4t 101OTI"f You are hereby notified rnat a power
I was in
our this
School Supt. friends and relatives j 1 community past Also enjoyed Edwin's three suit for
% TOPPE.R
Evelyn Norman and Janette A thought for the week. dren. Circuit Court. Bradford County, Divorcehas
week: "For Mr. and Mrs. been riled against you In the Built
Burton Cruthersof
In Chancery. .
Griffis I what shall it above named Court and cause and
of Jacksonville spent the profit a man if he J. Never, Plaintiff vs. Pa-
Jacksonville
were visiting the NOTICE TOPPE.H I you are required to serve a copy of
weekend at home with friends shall gain the whole world, ana Marr's la Circuit Court Bradford Xeiser, Defendant. j I your answer or pleading to the r
and relatives. lose his own soul?" Mark Sunday. Florida! I. Chancery. Case No. 10-670 complaint on the Plaintiff to last }
8:36. To
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hardee and Pearl (J. Salisbury Plaintiff. Appear I Attorney T. Frank Landrum
Miss Rachel Norman won a Last Week's' News children Joe Clarence Salisbury .. : Patricia XeKer whose resi- :Starke. Florida
spent the weekend in and address i.v 45 Arden .
Monarch sewing machine, and a Mrs. Sarah Norman and Iris Callahan with the Oscar Vansans.Mr. Nolle To Appear.To Case Xo New York. Xew York. and file the original In the office of

vacuum cleaner, on the word con- Pendarvis of Lawtey, and Hughie I i Hardee and daughter, Helen residence l : Joe and(riareni address Salisbury iv ... for are hereby notified that a or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on I Priced A

test over a radio program in Jack- Austin were in Jacksonville sat- returned home Saturday, and Mrs. You are hereby notified: hat Divorce, custody control and 27th day of September 1954; I j'
sonville. Lucky Girl! urday evening. They visited MrsPendarvis' suit for support of minor child otherwise the allegations of said sellBy
Hardee and Freda, Wayne and Divorce and settlement of been filed against you in the Complaint will be taken as confeea- 'I to
See that Evelyn Norman got her husband. Bill who is a' Marcia spent a few days erty named Court and cause and ed by you. I
new glasses fitted Tuesday patient at St. Luke's hospital. We 1 has been filed against you la and"u' are required to sere a copy of This notice shall be publishedonce
I I above named Court and cause answer or pleading te the com- McCulloch World's
each week for four consecutive
wish Bill ,
Sarah and Ellen Norman much
speed the
were in recovery. TTYTVYTYYTTTTTTYTTTTTTTYLONG you are required to serve a copy on Plaintiff's Attorney weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph I
in Jacksonville Tuesday on busi He is the son of Mrs. Lula Pen- your answer or pleading to T. Frank Landrum Starke. Florida Largest Builder of
complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney I '
darvis of Lawtey.E. William & Futon. file the original in the office of Dated this 25 day August, 1954 Chain Sav. .
ness.Charles Mosely of Orange Park C. Harvey, our pastor, will BRANCHby o I Box 15$, Starke, Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court on I (OFFICIAL: SEAL) Charles Circuit A. Darby Court ,
and file the original In the ; before the 11 day of October, Clerk of the
speak at Black Pond Baptist I of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ; otherwise the allegations of By Yvonne Harrell, Deputy ClerkS Model 4.30
Church Wednesday, Thursday, Fri- Mrs. J. L. Strickland or before the I Complaint will be taken as :27 4t 9,17 When you're cutting umber-iny timber
11 day of October, 1954; I by you. -just to han a ttnsatioul lijhteight
day, and Saturday of this week. and Jimmy LangkAAAAAAAAA otherwise the alienations or I notice shall be published \OTICK TO ,IPPEUlIn Model 4.30 in rout hands if ta experience The great new Me-
Complaint will be taken each week for four
Mr. and Mrs. M. as consecu- Circuit Court Bradford County
, L. Thompsonof ........ ... fessed by you. weeks in the Bradford County Florida In Ifcant-ery. not to forget It cuts fate and unooth Cutloch Plunge CMC
Jacksonville were guests of the This notice shall be Henry L. Baker Plaintiff, vs. Edna even through the Urges tree It'i Bow i* available oa
Lacey Norman's Saturday eve- We were pleasantly surprised to once each week for four 'I this 8 day of September, Piker, Defendant. balanced to perfection lAd it loaded with Model 4-30. 47 tad 33.
tive weeks in the Bradford
Case Xo. 10-655;
pwi l ning. have 102 in Sunday School at Max- Telegraph. SEAL) Charles A. Darby Notice To Appear feature chat make it i joy to use Prices oa McCallocbCbiia
The Homer Smith's returned ville last Sunday morning. That Dated this S day of ) : Clerk of the Circuit Court To Edna Baker, whose residenceand automatic dutch, kickproof automatic rewind SAWI scan u
i 1954. I Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
built-in oiler, grouped
addles *: Unknown.You starter eofiMcoouol
(home from a few day's visit with is more than we have ever knownto (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. I 9/10 4t 10,1 are hereby notified that a and aviation-type carburetioa. $198"delivered.1
Clark of the Circuit
be School at this
friends and relatives in South in Sunday I suit for
: Dan Weeks By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy ( : OF I\TK\TIO\ HIKE
Dixoue, care, cost"dr and con- All this and jet the McCulloch Model
Carolina. church. Some of the folks who S/10 4t AI'l'I.I't'IIOFOIL 1'\1. .
Ul..1tJHa: trol of minor children 4.30 U priced amazingly low for the job it
How do TV-\'ie\\ers fare. Mr and Mrs. Edwin Knight of have attended longer than we have Probate( Ian has 'been filed against you in the
!NOTICE TOPPER 19.11) does. Here' a saw that can pay for itself
throughout the world? The Jacksonville attended church here told us they didn't think that there In Circuit Court, Bradford 'Bradford..urt of the County, Judge, above named Court and .ui'-c and before you realize it

l". S. and Canada, for example Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur I had ever been so many at Sunday .Florida In Chancery. Mal.. or Florida County I
Kathleen c. Wane, Plaintiff. available for ell makes of
I Chain sews.
lu now
Probate. Oregon
of 388 station
boast! a total Wilkinson and their little sons School before. \\'illiani.utf, Defendant .. ITCHME-NOT.
between them. Of this total, I' Case Xo. thINtate Alfonso William I IN 15 MINUTE* *
We say "Thank the Lord, it rav;>. De"ea"ecl. ,I
39 are located in the U. S. I!seems the services at the Lord'shouse Nolirc Toilli.im: To tppear Waite: whose r; I' ALL, WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I After applying Itch-Me-Nof, yon I
> ;
Idrnce 1'' ,' is herebygv'n that Min must be pleased 40c back I
or
and address i is: : 41 your
mean more to some than I.. Irtit::rave has filed h. r final i I I FLORIDA SAW COMPANY
Bdieit or not, but the 0rMMMMy l Street, Lei..ter, England. nv Executrix ..f the estate of I Io at any drug store. Banish externally .I
country u ith the second largest thfir radios and televisions do! II I suit You for are hereby notified William Kedgiavr: dt- caused itch of eczema ring !I 2727 N.W. 6th St. Ga.nesulle, Fla.
'
number of stations is the land ,Come again! I I Divorce. restudy and control for: that final she discharge has filed. her and peti that worm, athletes foot, poison ivy insect -And-
One of the visitors was Rev. minor child bites, surface rashes. Today atI1TCI1ELL'S
of cigars and mambos. Cuba, will apply to the Honoial l
Jqhn Gordon from Westconnet I has been filed against you In A. Yawn. CounU Judge ot' 1927 N. Marion St. Phone 1675 Lake City, Fla.
with ten operating; stations.West A n. {I above named Court and cause t'uuuty. Florida, on th. DRUG STORE
Germany has the same I and the Cedar Creek church. He I

number as Canada nine. delivered the morning message to ,

'Great Britian has seven, us. and I must say he really gaveus "' .... --...
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Mexico and Russia five each, something to think about. His "

and Brazil has to be content wonderful message used the fourth : ii

with four, which isn't likely to chapter of Philippians. We I"r Y S

keep the Brazilians up as late i would be glad to hear him again. I '

at night as tehir principal ex- I Homecoming will be the first Sunday -

port coffe | in October at the Maxville '

I church, all are invited to attend. o s ) r < -' (
In Italy, France and Venezuela j :'
j1t 1ks
j The singing convention of the
there are three, and the, I
two-station countries include ,,' 0 rfriA 'Black Creek Association was at .
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Holland, Switzerland and Japan. the Black Creek Church Sunday. u' ., par "'....:.;.\.': Iav
If you think things are rough Sept. 12. x \ !t./

there, the citizens of Sweden, We were surprised last Friday

Denmark, Norway, Belgium, evening when we had had our to'

East Gt'rmanyrgt'ntina, Un Spring, the birds family devotional. We were not I .

Thailand and I'oland have their Begin their humming expecting anyone when the dogs, 5 t ;.

choice of. one station. About our famous started barking, a car drove up to vxx.

All in all, it looks as though First-class plumbing. the front gate, and folks begun 4ys a ;

most of the world is luckier to unload. Can't see how so many

thane are here in the U. S. I 1'ut us down as the place to could get into one car, but they

and Canada the other folks did. Came on in the house and '

don't hate to worry about what turn to for plumbing emergen wanted to have prayer meeting.

station to watch! So we had prayer meeting, sunga
cies. For years, we have served I II. 'i
few songs, and talked. hot

Something else you won't this community the \\arm I It seemed good to hear the boys
hato about is KE-
worry :
and girls singing with us after it
CEITIOX if you call satisfaction of its citizens. t ;
being so long since we had had 'I'II
WEEKS RADIO 4.: TV SERVICE -
at 153. Our Super-Effi Don't fail to rail on us any time.MIOXB414J services here. They told us they

dent Servicemen would consider would be back next Friday night I U !
( this week). We will look for- .
it a privilege to prove they
ward to this. who wishes
Anyone
can improve the quality of )'OUfpi.ture a
'n attend is invited. j
for you For PERFECT
RECEPTION, in Starke it's The Preacher's and Layman's

WEEKS RADIO & TV SERVICE isso 'lation met at the Ebenezer : i

on Court Street .. just a < hun-h Tuesday night of this week.

East of the Court House.OPEN After another seige of dry

weather we had a real good rain cs
: 5 )\". to 9 P.M. Saturday afternoon. We need

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAJU -

I 1 BusinessVomen Naomi Stokes Methodist Church JWMU I i Instruction
f
!i iI iI I Met Monday NightAt Tells Of EngagementTo Met Monday Evening Class Planned

I Baptist ChurchThe Gary Garner I
I Circle of the Methodist W. S. A Day of Instruction for all

I '6 regular meeting of the C S. met Monday evening at the !W. M. S. ladies will be held Sept.

I Helen Business Women's Circle was held home ot Mrs L. C. Hinson at 24 at the First Baptist Church at i

I Monday night in the Educational Kmg slt.'y lake with Mrs. Howard Ocala.
covered- Mevei! a. cohostess. Teachers will be Miss Mary
Building preceded by a
Gladys MootyPhone Northington, former executive
I Ir. dish dinner under direction 01 Mrs Mi" L K. Whitehead had the '
35 secretary Tenn. W. M U. and
wt Lelia Mundy and Mrs. Mane devotional and Mrs. Eston Jordan

........ r... J Parker Houpt, Social Committee .;a read an article "Sheaves". Mrs. R. Miss Mary Christian. Mission Book

V S Mullins had the "Meth- Consultant, Baptist Sunday School
t After the meal, the meeting was program
Well Attended Community Service Meeting ; called to order by the leader, Mrs odism and The American City". Board The Nashville. Tenn.
meeting will be from 10
New Year For Starke Woman's Club A '-1 Muriel Norman, with Mrs L D Those taking part were Mrs. Norma I 1
2:30
Begins .. I a.m. to p.m. All W. M. S.
Haines, circle advisor, leading in Thompson. Mrs Wilbur Kines
: i ladies are urged to attend. Bring
o. !
A large and enthusiastic audi- Senior club. Mrs. Kincaid stressed Weds R ; prayer. Mrs. J. D. Doyle gave the and Mrs G S. Newcomb.The (sandwiches Hostess churchill j

ence attended the Community Survey that the two main projects of the devotional, using as her scripture hostesses served homemade provide the drinks.

Program at the first meetingof year were to further plans for the j I Psalm 1. .oe cream and cake to the I

the year of the Starke Woman's library and work toward beauti- M I Mrs. M. L. Lawson brought amost 1 I 19 members and 3 visitors pres-

Club held Wednesday afternoon of fication of Starke. Miss Dorothy interesting program "Suffi- ent i Starke Citizens

last week in the club house. Ross was appointed chairmen of Milton rent Saviour for Young People' I
;Eligible For Cash
:Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, president, the year book committee and will 'having as her theme "Trees". Recent Birth:

presided over the short business have working with her. Mrs. Herb showing a comparison with the I II I Citizens of Starke
P trading area
meeting which was preceded by Thomas, Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum, W M. U. in that both have very : Mr and Mrs. Otis Brewer of I of good character and in need of

the devotion given by Rev. L. D. .Mrs. H. B. Peyton and Mrs. Kin- I strong roots with many branches i iI I Starke announce the birth of a I cash are eligible for our Loan

Haines. Mrs. Kincaid stated that caid. Mrs. R. F Young conserva- MisnerThe that spring forth with a definite iI daughter, Marsha Gayle born services. Either
on a Pay Day
tion chairman will have chargeof I jSept. 11, in the Starke I
the club had purchased a drop- purpose. iI ( Maternity Status of $50.00 for 30 days, at .
leaf diningroom table which will the flower arrangement program Miss Aliese Lawson: accom- Hospital. $1.75 interest or on the Famous

seat 12 persons. It was announcedthat at the October meeting. panied by :Miss Joan Furlong at I Mr and Mrs Budget Plan. Contact Marion

Thursday evening, Oct. 14, The Community Survey Pro- the piano, sang "Trees". Starke Lewie Crews of Finance Co. by phone 5333 Gainesville -
Junior Woman's gram conducted by the Educational ,x {I For the branches, Mrs. Lawson i I i are the happy parents of a ,
the Senior and I|I Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stokes of |,daughter. Sharon or wile P. O. Box 446. 218
Ruth
born
C. L.
I under Mrs. Sept.
Clubs will give a reception honor- Department had introduced Mrs. J. E. Hildebran, (I I Brooker announce the engagement ;,,13, In St. Vincent's Hospital. W. University Ave., Gainesville
ing BHS teachers and school of- Scholl, 2nd vice president, Young People's Director who told i oi their daughter, Naomi, to Gary i I Fla. i.Adv.I .
Mrs. C. J. Houpt, chair- Mrs. Russell Norman education of the branches in the
ficials. organization Garner, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. IlI
man of the committee to organizea chairman, introduce E. L. Mat- wedding of Helen Jean dutihap -stan-hed tar. :nm- and what each branch ac- 'Garner, also of Brooker.Presbyterian That's Our Business ,
club" asked all thews who served as moderatorat Parker of Flint, Mich I T S
"little women's former"of meo +in eeo peards- vela m ringer i omplishes. i iI I S
members who have daughters in a panel discussion. On the panel Hampton, and Milton Rav Mis- Up \, *>il .M pure ilk illusi'.n Her Mrs: Hildebran introduced :Miss ,i Circles If It's Glass We Have It!

the 10th llth and 12th grades were city and county officials, nero also of Flint, was an event >how ei, bouquet "-,to'> ot pink /garnet Clair Jean Mundy who told of the !( I CALL WRITE or VISIT

to register their daughters for school teachers and representatives of Saturday evening, Aug. 28, in lobes, white feathered carnations G. A.'s and what they do. Franklin j I Met Tuesday NightCircle ,

this branch of the Woman's Club. of civic groups who along: the Central Baptist Church, Flint. and stephanotis centered Ritch gave a most interesting cd: Joe Peters Glass Co \

Assisting Mrs. Houpt on this com- with club members in the audi-I The candlelight ceremony was with a white orchid. Her only talk on the R. A.'s and their foundation i 1 of the Presbyterian

mittee are Mrs. W. B. Sewell and ence, shared in the performed by Rev. D. C. Robbins, jewelry was pearl earrings. telling of their activities. I Women of the Church met Tues FOR ANY GLASS NEED
Demorest. This Community Survey. pastor.A I Miss Joan the day evening at lie! home of Mis 1
Mrs. R. F. group the hostesses Doris Parker was Maid of Honor Furlong spoke on I We Design Modern Store Fronts
met Tuesday evening at the homeof Following the program program of prenuptial music Dennis 'activities of the Y. W. A. and its !David Iontgomlf+y. Just Mail
and for her sister. Parker, Us A Pattern for
served delicious pie
Mrs. Montgomery presided overthe I i
was rendered by Miss Doris Parker Christian achievements.
Mrs. Houpt. ,;
I cousin af the bride, was ring bearEr Table
Mrs. Tyler Jones was voted as ice cream. soloist, who sang "Because"and I I After Mrs. Kate Sheppard and i I business meeting and announced -j i Tops
!' : and carried the rings for the that Mr. Bowden had almost ; 1313 N.W. 4th PI ;
On the table and on' -- Gainesville, Fla. Phone 2.1353MV1NG
speakers -
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a new member of the club, Mrs. Love You Truly, and by Mrs. Lawson gave talks on a "Suf-
double ring ceremony on a heart- the cabinets at the :
O. L. Haynes Sr. was reinstatedinto the piano were lovely arrange- j Mrs. Verne Goodchild, pianist, 'ficient Saviour". Mrs. R. A. Green I!j completed
of white satin trim- I
shaped pillow :Churrh. The table for the vestibule -
the club and Mrs. Robert ments of orchid mums and grefn-I who also sang "Through the |W. M. U. President told of the I .
lace.
med with
I Chantilly will be refinished soon. The
Green transferred from Junior to cry for the afternoon's 'Years" and "The Lord's Prayer." accomplishments of the W. M. U. ; !
Mrs. Parker chose for herdaughter's new church guest book has been
The bride, given in marriage by !!during the now closing year. I
Miss Louise Stern Tells Of Europe Trip I her father, chose a floor length wedding a light tur- !j Meeting adjourned with prayer (:purchased and used last Sunday. ,
I feta, and she wore accessories of [Estimates for the new lighting in I
( of white lace Mrs. E. D.
gown Chantilly over by Tenly.
ClubAt I i I the vestibule have been obtained
At Of JuniorVoman's waltz of Rose
length
Meeting I II satin. The front of the full quoise gown LOCAL
I([slipper ;point lace and nylon net over taf- i land I will be installed in the near i S Safe PHONE- I
the monthly meeting of the Shop such a success financially as I'skirt was made of tulle over satin. 'darker turquoise. Mrs. Joyce Futch '|future. I OR a DependableEconomical
Junior Woman's Club, Thursday ''well as being able to clothe indig- [The back panel which draped at |: Mrs. W. J. Epperson gave out LONGDISTANCE
I II sides form full ; :Mrs. B. W. Higgins. Mrs. H. D. ,Holds Surprise I 311
the to a scallopedchapel !
of last week Miss Louise I lent families. [the books to be read in the next
evening
and The club also agreed to contribute train was made of lace Parker, aunts of the bride: and For few weeks for the Church Exten- I ,
interesting Daughter R.
Stern an Party B. Alvarez
gave OR
I fitted bod- ':Mrs. Robert J. Henderson were co-
i The
recent $10.00 towards the fare over satin. tightly sion work. -Mrs. Montgomery gave
her
account of I
trip amusing to Europe. :Miss Stern als Delcher
from the waist to the high neck ,was held in the Church Parlors of Paul. I Bros. STORAGE CO.
displayed lovely gifts which The Fall State Board meeting j I the home of Mrs. Joyce Futch was Journey
she brought many back from each I will be held at the Twentieth Cen-j I and finished with a Peter Pan col immediately following the cere- "the setting when her daughter. During the social period the 1

country visited. As the members tury Club in Gainesville Oct. 4, 5, !lar. The long fitted sleeves came mony, appriximately 200 guests ':Mary Julia was entertained with !hostess served delicious refreshments : I
the wrists. A tiny attended. to the 17 members present + STORAGEPerryman
entered the club Miss Dolores Mc- and 6; contact Mrs. Simmons if I to a point over ia surprise party.
I This being the regular time for
Knight Finance Chairman, meas- you can attend. I Circle 2 of the Presbyterian I I4

ured each member's waistline, and Mrs. James Groover Mrs.Hinson Jack i I!Starke's BPW Was Happy Reunion Will 'I'of the the business First meeting Baptist of Church the WMU, the Women of the Church met Tuesday i Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida
L. C.
at a penny an inch, $8.00 was Detweiler and :Mrs. evening at the home of Mrs. John j i -

added to the treasury.Mrs. I were visitors. I Hostess Club SundayAt Unite Harger Family "'Mrs.group Futch assembled proceeded at the as home usual of, Mixon. Mrs. W. S. McAliley called AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIJANNOUNCING

S. E. Simmons, president Following the program, a social I District Meeting i After Son's Absence ;:with Mary Julia serving as pianist 'the roll and those present answered 'i
and refresh- I
hour was enjoyed by repeating a newly learned .
announced the following appoint- I for the devotional part of the pro- j: 3
lace-covered jI II j !
Bible
verse.
I|Iments served from a
who and Pro-
ments to replace members The Starke Business ; gram. I
centered with a punch bowl [ During the business session the -
table, I
have moved away: Miss Lillian I fessional Women's Club was I After the meeting adjourned
Stump, house chairman, Mrs. S. I[and fall flowers. iI i I hostess to 50 members of District I xt '!and social activities were going on'l group ing commemorative approved the plan plates for with sell The GRAND OPENINGON

G. Denmark, corresponding secre- I 3-4 of the Florida Federation : lit! seems that Miss Futch soon "
I the and short of
tary, and Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr., Haines Girl's Auxiliary ;,Sunday at the BHS Library. Mimi I i i found she had, unaware of it, I the church picture on them. The history program | SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19
Southwick of Lake Worth, state :been furnishing music for her own I
j
publicity chairman.The entitled "Paul's Second Missionary I Of A New
Met Night ) I All-Aluminum Diner
Monday |BPW president reported on the .party. What started out to be aj!I ,
club voted to give $50 to
Journey" was given by Mrs.
( biennial convention in St. Louis in !: business meeting quickly changed' 4 Which has been
added
the Starke Elementary School for The Haines Girls' Auxiliary of !I ': McAliley.Mrs. to the Famous Coney Island ]
The Thrift the First Baptist Church held !July.District into a surprise shower for a young Ii Mixon served delicious refreshments 3 Sandwich Shop, on Tenth Street, with clean, comfortable
playground equipment. Director Della Rosen-I) lady on the verge of going away
j for all
to the 15 members
the our patrons.
of year
[their first meeting
Shop funds will pay this and mem- berg of Starke presided j 'to college. i ii i
bers were reminded the Thrift Monday evening at the home of i sistant Director Mary Rhoden of I ;i Miss Futch received numerous present. 9 Opening Special Feature

Shop needs children's clothes. Lu Green, with Mrs Thelma Jen-'Macclenny recognized past gifts of handkerchiefs, linens, and I 4
; din'l"1
Several. children have been out- [nings as leader. '>tors and club presidents. lingerie. The gift from the socie- I'Mae DellVitt PLATE LUNCH

fitted free by the shop in order Plans were made for a Hobo Thorpe, immediate past president ty itself consisted of a nice set of \Veds Clyde Green 4 9Sc

that they might attend school. party to be given Monday evening j ot the Jacksonville club, introduced I bed linens in pastel colors. After

Mrs. H. H. Adams, chairman, announced i at the home of Lu Green to inj j' Mrs. Southwick.Pat the gifts were opened and shown Miss Mae Dell Witt and Clyde t 3 Choice of
members.The Starke j i Barbecued Spare Ribs, T-Bone Steak, or Cube
the Shop would be open I terest prospective I Lambe, president around, refreshments of cake and ,Green were married on Saturday -
Steak
the welcome, and the re- including Mixed Tossed Salad Peas and Cart -
all day Saturday during the win- program was on State j,gave I punch were served. Mrs. Wilker- [ Sept. 4, in Folkston, Ga. Miss
was given by Dixie Davisof rots. Green Beans, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy. HomeMade
ter months. She thanked the mem- Missions, with each girl taking sponse son Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Pearce, Mrs. I Witt is the daughter of Mr. and r -
club. Corn Muffins and Hot Rolls.
the St. Augustine French Apple Pie
bers after which refreshments
for their cooperation and part, Mrs. EHery Witt of Alachua, and
and I
I The group was served a snack Phillips Mrs. Arwood served1 for Dessert.
enthusiasm for making the Thrift were served by the hostess. Mr. Green is the son of Mr. and 4
at noon and then aluminum tray. hostesses for the occasion. Misst I t
I Mrs. Cone Brooker. <4
Clyde of
Pat Lambe ana UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
were distributed by lit, h went to Tallahassee on Sat-I
Mr and Mrs. Green are now at
I door 4
Mildred Doyle as prizes
I Winner were asked to speak bn! I.I i iIj I. +iu iato: enroll in FSU. a very home to lends at the L. L. Parker I ; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Douglas

- I on: "What my BPW Club nu .in nappy! young lad\. i ic ip apartment in Brooker.ck,4hLQLtf". IXj .. I **

to me."

Announcement was made "'
Business Woman's week in (h\.,- I I

her and of the next district I1W.':- r \
In order (to better Y r
serve our customers we are ing in Lake City on Nov. 14 \

moving our retail store from 1111', Call streetto Margaret Linkous, president 01 ;I

our own building across the street from the Jacksonville Beach Club it--'

Big Dad Factory in the same building with ported on the state board meeting iii-- -" -' I

our Wholesale and Tractor Business we will held at Daytona Beach in Julv Mamie Anderson writes Sam I Two more students leaving for j \\II jjjsSewing lW

be able to offer the Public A More Complete Miss Rosenberg announced tht andlIce Anderson here that she college are Tommy Gill for the :, -1.

Stock and Better Service. ,following committee appointmentsAgnes t and the kiddies up in Narragansett. -.U. of F. and Wayne Edwards who -

Lewis Gainesville, parlia- R. I. really felt the full j is attending the Forestry Schoolin I

mentarian; Mollie Dunlop, Jacksonville brunt on our Florida Hunicun Lake City, a branch of U. of F. Machine
Big Discount If You Buy Now From The Beach, state resolutIOns Carol that struck up there two word received from Airman Operators

!committee; Lois Coleman Mai weeks ago she said they had 3-c Max Furlong and Richard
Call St. Store While We Are In The ProcessOf
I\-Ienny, chairman of the court OM I only a half hour notice that it was Henderson that they have finished Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES

Moving I resolutions committee. going to strike there and so every- their 11 weeks basic at the Lack-

The group enjoyed lunch at the tody was unprepared for the 115- land AFB in Texas Max is I
Gold House restaurant following I 18 THRU 35
mile winds and rain in her now stationed at Keesler AFB inI

FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY adjournment at 2 p.m. where useful house all the windows were blown Biloxi, Miss and Richard is at an

favors were distributed. out. the roof torn off and the air force base in Cheyenne, Wyo. Company Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital

easement flooded to the ceiling hear that Garnita Parker is I Insurance, Paid Vacations and Others
Starke Fla. Little Woman's Club they had no lights or water for moving this weekend from Day I
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-- 4 her husband, DK-2 tona to join her husband, Pvt. APPLY AT OUR OFFICE
-" days
._ __ _. _ __ _. _. _" '. Forms Tuesday NightA 10th & CHURCH STREETS
Lyle Anderson was out at sea and Charles Parker at Camp Lee, Va.

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJTONIGHT new organization, The La tieWomen's didn't get back in until it \ras all Lt. Drew Reddish left Green

t Club an auxiliary of the over but the cleaning up Ma land Thursday after 5 months BIG DAD Manufacturing Co.
'Starke Woman's Club, met Tues- Tnt'ttwill oe d nappeunum mie ironically wrote that it wasa service there to be stationed at

: ENJOYS day evening at the club house toi Mi and Mit'harie- ,> Har- fine thing that she had to go to Fort Eustis, Va. I
:5hH let H Keystone Starke Fla.YYYyyyyyyyyyyYyyYYYVYYYVYYYYYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyV.
and l umtjiiUr: ,
gti what a Florida -
l I with ten charter members present. Rhode Island to see Have you spotted that lovely
and I
Ht'ignitwiU'ii uieii! son"
Also were Mrs. C. J. Hurricane felt like. (P. S. the diamond that Judy Green is flashing : -
present
I Houpt sponsor Mrs. J. W. Kin- biothei .X 2-t William G Harger Yankees call all hurricanes com- these days ..:.. from Richard I -
pecla ty / 'Returns floor three years and 21
'caid, president of the Woman's ;:, ing up thataway the "Florida I Cunningham of Keystone Heights I -4
of oversea duty in England
a- Club, and Mrs. R. F. Demorest and 'days 'Hurricanes" I II Happy to hear that Nita Dobbs is I
ltt !
of the House 'en Saturday, Sept IS. Woman's Club :
\ ,Mrs. W. B. Sewell, school sponsors. I Hear the Junior feeing discharged from Doctor's BUDGET
14 I In addition to the meeting with idea in, .
This organization is taking I i members had a unique Clinic today where she has been ] \ 4
5 members from the BHS 10th, 11th !'their son, they will also meet for 'I raising funds at their last meet- (confined the past week for obser-' -- 4I

I and 12th grades. The ten charter the first time their daughterinlaw. ing Thursday evening when ration and treatments following i E LOANS

t :members are daughters of members Fay, daughter of Mr. and each member entered the club an attack of mumps. j -" ,

Broiled Beef Tenderloin 3 of the Starke Woman's Club. .Irs. Arthur Jelliman Nomlle ,house Dolores McKnight, finance' Little David Silcox celebrated j I I' ,

4 4 i Fifteen new members were voted ;Road, Liverpool. England. Airman :chm., measured each member's his 5th birthday Tuesday afternoon !+j

STEAK alto the dub at this eeiing. j and Mrs. Harger were married in i waistline, and at a penny an inch with a small party for a few PAY DAY LOANS
I
195 i I The next called meeting will be Liverpool, June 20, 1953. !S800 was added to the treasury of his neighborhood friends C.-;

4 FRENCH FRIED POTATOES I Wednesday evening. Sept. 22 at 6 Billy enlisted in April 1951 and i l. hope they don't pull that at Barbara Ann Blankenship .1

4 ,o'clock at the Woman's Club :'!'fix months later was overseas. He :the Senior Club I'm consciousof tained 18 of her girl friends Wednesday -

4 FRESH VEGETABLE SALAD 3 !'building for a covered dish supper. received training as a medical my middle-age-spread. afternoon at a theatre t j I

: Roquefort or French Dressing Hot 'IWSCS Will Hold :laboratory technician in the U. S. ,j Leone Hazelwoort and Ruby party in celebration of her 10th i| [1$25 TO $3OO ]

|Air Force Base hospital at War- Johns spent Sept. 4 to Sept. 12 birthday after the matinee the i i
Butter
Rolls and : '
Monday 35- Ann's'!
4 Meeting rington. England. Following a in New Orleans, La. attending the group returned to Barbara

Iday leave he will report to Sampson -,Merl Norman makeup clinic. house for fried chicken supper and
4 4 I The monthly program and busi- ; Air Force Base, Geneva. N.IY. .,'I see that Hazel. Jimmy and Frank- birthday cake Penny Hollings- E Prompt ... Courteous -. 3 Ij

< I ness meeting of the Methodist W. ; Present plans are for his wife : Ritch moved into their lovely worth entertained at a small party t Confidential
4 lyn
|IS. C. S. will be held Monday after- ;,to live in Keystone Heights until home out on the new Blanding Monday of last week for a few of Service f
new
4 inoon at 3:30: o'clock in the church Iher husband's discharge next hiway last week Friends; will her classmates before school I : t

$ i \ I!&ancturay. The study course and 'April.: Before enlisting Bill attend- ''be interested to know that Helen started hear the BHS Beta I MARION FINANCE COMPANY !

i!luncheon which was planned for Jed the Jacksonville School of (Adkins) Richard of Arcadia, Club members are giving a party

3 3 "!this meeting has been postponed.Mrs. ;j.Technology. I':formerly of Hampton and Starke "The Variety Hop" at the USO t EMERGENCY CALL COLLECT

I EeLLaLLwfi; R. D. Sommer will have Another son, Howard also in |was one of the 4 girls selected by Saturday evening to start off the : PHONE 5333 Gainesville \

\ the Air Force is receiving elec- ,the Arcadia Junior Woman's Club football season in a big way.
charge of the program and Mrs.
Or write P. 0. Box 446 218 W. f
Are. !tronic training at Kessler Air ito appear on the Fort Myers TV I Seems to be all for now, See University Ave.
U.
S.
Temple
( 301)TAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA) Hillendahl will conduct the wor- I
Gainesville Fla.
t IL. I Force Base Biloxi, Miss. I Tony Chastain's Guest Book on 'you in the next. E 1

J Sept. 15 to model Paris Fashions. Carolyn f-YYYYYYYYYYYYVVVVYVYVVYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYVYYYYYYYYYYYr
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1954 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
PAC1F FTVM
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rsss =s =ssrr=ssss sssfls-rsnss S ssflsssSSSSSSfl'I Mrs. Edward Charboneau and Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Lang of 1954; otherwise the allegations of i Iteted this 15 day "{ September: 'P. --- ---
M. ,
said Complaint will be taken 1954. on Tuesday September 21. ,A"dllhn to lilt Town of ST;.' ko' >nthe
as
Mrs. Eva Gilbert, of St. Peters- Miami are spenviing this \\'eekith I I!'54. :
confessed by you. W-'FICIAL SEAL) Charles Northwest Quarter of :N." triw"t
I burg, spent several days with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez and This notice shall be published once Clerk of the Circuit A. Court.uaroj i Signed) CARL JOHNS, City Clerk I Quarter. Section :2*. Towns-hip IiI
I 'I
etdOnatliCINTHE Carrie Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond.Mr. each, week for four consecutive I By Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk.9j.z j It 917OTICK i I'South, p.angeEa: ! weeks in the Bradford County Tele- i I 4t I I streets being sixty: feet in \udth!
Mrs. Lillie S. Lewis, of Apopka, and Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan of graph. i 10.8 \ HEI.ATI\K CtOM\G land the described portion ..f Main

is visiting her son, James Lewis, Miami were visitors in Starke and atd this 15 day of September I OTICK TO ,PPKK POHTIO (*Wt U\ ..t'UPlllLI.lPi {Street lying and running !I.., : >\rniRlotk
1The'ressa j snnTsThe : 34 and 35 in said .
l'ti. Addition
In Circuit (curt, lirandfurd K- -
NEWS and family for two weeks. last week. Mr. Sullivan (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Florida: In Cham-cry. I'ouuty. all public will take notice that and the described i>"it.:..n <'f
.- Mrs. W. L. Blair returned hojue said that he and his wife are Clerk of the Circuit Court Edith T. Keister. Plaintiff.. JamrsLewib i i upon interested thequt'stion persons of will be heard I Phillip:: street lying and II.M'UHK:
last week after three Py Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Kerster, Defendant. discontinuing. between Block 33 and :34; ill Md
r I '1' p .. ._ spending i vacating and closing that portion of Peeks Addition
- --- planning to return to the old !M7 4t 10/8 Case No. 10-588 Main { ; before the fity
months visiting her soninlawand I''Notirr- To I Street and that portion of Council of the City of SUik> Flor'ida. -
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thomas ;, Mrs. J. L. Hair and daughterof daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don home place at Theressa to live OTICE TO APPEAR I I To: James Appear Lewis Keister. whose Phillips ington Avenue Street running from "Wash' at i:00 P. M. 01. Tuday,
the
and son, Eddie, of Crescent after the first of the year. They !. flrroit Court Bradford County ,residence and address is239: CreekAvenue. I on South to 0th (September 21. 1354.!
City Lake I
City were overnight
McCann
in Casper, Wyo., another Florida I. ('....nry. Harrisonburg StrE'.t1 the North in the City of (Signed) CAPY JOHN'S C,t\ Olerk!
were visiting the S. G. Denmark guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. F. son-in-law and daughter Mr. and have been in Miami for 34 years. Virginia Nelson Plaintiff, VS, Jackie I You are hereby notified Virginia.that a i I Marke, Floiida. as pl..tud in Peeks ; :' 17

family on Sunday. C. Hollingsworth. Mrs. J. Dorr Smith in El Dorado, Johnnie Roberts of Micanopyhas ,1 Lee Nelson, Defendant. sCase for 'I

Mrs. John Griffin of Ochlock- Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis returned Kas. and with her brotherinlawand just completed a course at voile To Appear. No. 10-6S3 has Divorce been filed against you in the ,: -

nee, Ga., a.nd Mrs. W. H. Thomsonof home Tuesday after spend- sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank the Jacksonville Barber College andI ,To: Jackie Lee Nelson whose above named Court and cause and

Monticello spent :Monday to ing the summer at Waynesville Dunagan in Douglas, Kas. I' i is now employed at the City Barber Jron rtt-idcinr Kuer and, Michigan.address is: _Route 1, you your are answer required or pleading to sen'ea to the copy complaint of- ,

Wednesday with the F. F. Stumps. N.C. Mrs. Joe Wilson attended the Shop.: He is a nephew of S. E. You are hereby notified that a on the Plaintiff's Attorney

Mrs. M. W. Lance spent last Sheriff P. D. Reddish and son funeral of her sister-in-law, Mrs. I'Sparks, owner of the shop, and suit Divorce for and re.-toration of maiden O.Bank('. Building Brakes., Barnett Jacksonville National; Fl.i;I ': HUNDREDSof

week at Sea Island, Ga.. visiting Glen, and father. Drew Reddish, Lee McDonall in Jacksonville Tues- I has served three years in the name i[and file the original in the ,.fll t"

her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. j l of Heilbronn Springs attendedthe day of last week. Mrs. McDonall] I Army with one year in Japan. has above been named filed Court against and you cause In ana the'i on of or the before Clerk the of 18 the day Circuit of October Court |

and, Mrs. C. W. Lance. I IMr. funeral of Sheriff Sidney Red- was formerly of Pensacola.Mr. We welcome him as a new citizenof you are required to serve a copy ot 1954; otherwise the allegations i; details: are manageJ and economic-

and Mrs. H. H. Ford of I dish in Jessup, Ga. on Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bolden, of Starke.M. your answer on the or pleading Plaintiff's to Attorney the complaint fe said"sed Complaint by you. will be taken as ,'on-I ally attended that only a trained and

Lakeland, are visiting their aunt 1 1 and Mrs. X. M. Smith and Opalocka, spent :Monday to Wed- W. Lance was called to At- Llovd I'.a.-s. :!02: Clark Building, This notice shall be published I L careful organization can attend when

Mrs. Carrie Ward.TCPPERWARE. family, of Starke, and Mr. Smith's I nesday with their daughter, Mrs. 'lanta Wednesday of last week by and Jacksonville file the original, Florida in the office of .once each in the week Bradford for four County consecumrweeks TVegraph. !- 'i the urgent need for serving is at

Everywhere. parents :Mr. ana Mrs. H. T. X. M. Smith and family. the death of his father, J. M. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on | hand.

For Home Demonstration rail I Smith. of Lyons Ga. spent the Mrs. C. J. Houpt and :Mrs.: L. F. I Lance. or 1954 before; otherwise the IS the day allegations(,f October of Dated. this 10 day of September19J4. I

408-J. weekend at Salt Springs Dinkins spent Thursday in Daytona Bobby Clardy, recently discharged "aid, Complaint will be taken as (OFFICIAL SEAL) (,Charles. Darb>
,I Beach. I{ confessed by you. Clerk of the Circuit Court DeWITT C. JONESPhone
from service in New York
I This notice shall be published By Marian L.
i Hollis V. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
-- Knight spent Wednes- I City, arrived at the home of his once each week for four consecutivttVeeks 9/17 4t 10 8OIUK 7 Starke, Fla.
_ _-_ _"_- -.t' day In Tallahassee on business. in the Bradford County Tele.
_. __ .. ". sister, Mrs. Carl Hunter last Saturday graph.Iiatt'd. r----- a'SSSSS
Mrs Al Hartmann is spending'sever.il j \ DEL ITI\K TO tI.O"l>GJ!
and Mr. and Mrs. Hunter' this 15 day of September, JII.I\N MKKKT
I Funeral Director Ambulance
weeks in Ocala with her 1934. The Service
will
public take
I notice
fHEAIRl5MRKI &on-in-law and daughter, :Mr.: and 'and family and Bobby went to : (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Parby all interested persons will be heard that I
II Mrs. Don I Zephryhills to visit :Mrs. Hunter's Clerk of toe Circuit Court.I upon the question of discontinuing. Our local funeral home enables as to otter conveniences W
Champion and their 8y Marian
L.
new Crosby
I Deputy Clerk
vacating and Julian ,
DP parents. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clardy 1 closing Streetas services not other*!!* available. :
J by daughter. I I 17 4t 10/8 platted in Peeks Addition to the
Paint Sets. Paint ]on Saturday and Sunday. town of Starke in the Northwest ;
directly on >UTIC1"0 ., ,
APPEAR Quarter of Northwest sIrrSflSS SS'SSSt tSr. S'SSS SaSS SSts= tSr=SSp
Dedicated To Community Service :doth, scarfs towels napkins or ;' Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Martinez I'. Circuit Court Bradford Count !S. Township 6 South Quarter.llange Section -
j jacc'"pt
"Movies Are Better Than Ever" gla..... No hriish needed, paint I!i and children of Jacksonville spent I'egKV Florida Ati i In liJM.ii Chanrrrr.' 22: East being sixty feet in width f We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, 14"

I from Ball Point Tulies. Se these!' ,!the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. i\-i Bt-nnic LeiSwygert.; Swygert.. Jr.Plaintiff l>.-fenIdant. and Blocks lying 31 and and 3!running in said Peeks between Addition ANT life insurance policy In force lIned by ANY

If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad h''at. Bullington's Studio and GiftI'Shop. :[Joe :Martinez. |i :.Notice. To I'a'-e Xo. 10-674 all in the City of Starke. company, as payment in part or in full on & funeral.
cut ad out and it to Box Office for FREE li' and : Appear. Florida before the City Council of
present TICKETSFri. ,i Mrs. AV. E. Middleton To: KcnnnLee Swygfrt. Jr., the City of Starke, Florida at 8:00 Consultation carries no obligation.

| Mrs. Daisy Perryman is visit- I daughter. Madge, visited Mr. and nhnvt* ivMdciirf.. and address is -. .srrsflflfl-t'flflflrflflSflSSSJSSSSflSS I
., Sat. Sept. 17. 18 Hr"t"1I.T. >, Irmo, South Carolina.
ing her son-in-law and daughter, ;I i Mrs. Earl :Middleton: in Jackson- ]| Your are hereby notified that *

RIG DOUBLE FEATURE Wed.; Thur. Sept. 22. 23 Mr and Mrs. A. M. Moore in'':[;ville on Saturday. and uit for divorce, custody,
Mipport of minor
'I / ',Blackshear, Ga. |I i Apprentice Seaman Julian D. has been filed against you contrOl//

FMGM'i Mr. and Mrs. Don Anderson, of ,Ivey of San Diego, Calif. visited I j above named Court and
ABSORBING you are required to ;
DILtMA1! i Sarasota serve a copy oi\\
spent the weekend with ;his sister, Mrs. W. McAliley.. your answer or pleading t'> the com '
I Mrs. Laura Tison and Mrs. Jackson plaint on the Plaintiff Attorney THANKS
GREER CARSON :and family last Friday.Mr. Alan ,'.
Winter. Jr., 508 Florida "
D. Smith. : :
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While here they j and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr. Title Building. Ja'k"on\'iII. Fla. ,
I _ entered Mrs. Anderson's daughter, : in Laurens and file the original In the office ot
Ii ROBERT RYAN Wanda in U. of F. ,have been vacationing the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
i i S. C. the past four days. or befoie the I 18 day of October,
__________ Mis. Barney McRae is spending I Mrs. W. H. Baxley of Gainesville I otherwise the allegations of said I For the wonderful vote that you gave to me in my race .
Complaint will be ,
thiee weeks with her brother-in- taken as confessed
ANDGORILLA- the last Friday guestof by you.
was I
law and sister, in Shreveport, La. I Mrs. F. C. Hollingsworth.Rev. This notice shall be published I!I for City Council. .
Mrs.\ Ethel Scott and daughter, once each week for foul consecutive j
AT John Mix- weeks in the
Diane, of W. S. McAliley Bradford County Tele- ;
Tampa, spent several graph.
Andrews.W.
days last week with Mr. and Mrs. I on. Q. T. Lyons. Guy Hated tin.- 15 day of September. I!I
T. Jackson and Rudolph Sink 1954. It is wonderful to know that in the .
LARGE II ,,- i Charlie Cowen. 1 i iI (OFFICIAL I Short time I've been ,
SEAL) Charles A. Darb)
._. _" Attended the annual rally of the
"h' %V. I
J n. i S. Parker Mr. and Mrs. I II Clerk of the Circuit Court)

With Bancroft and Mitchell j -_ B RRY fUlUVu1 ..COCo... "., I Tommy Mersereau and Mr. and Men of Suwannee Presbytery at in I I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy 9/17 4t Clerk 10/8 :i' in business in Starke that so many have expressed .
I Church
Plus "Unicorn in Garden" Cartoon j |Mrs.. Eugene P. Lee attended the ,the First Presbyterian i their confidence in me. J

and Chapter X o. 8, Serial. !funeral of their brother and uncle, !Gainesville Sunday afternoon.Mr. I In Circuit'0'1""Court'.: TO, Bradford APPKtlt COUD' I .
and "
I'lus Cartoon and Latest NewsEVELYN (Elmer Parker, in Orlando on and Mrs. Lloyd Green Florida: In Chanrerr- ;<''"
LEONA G. ENGLISH Thursday. fon. Archie, were in Gainesville on Eva ('ha-."n Smith. Plaintiff, Y" : ;;
i Je.e Lee. Smith, Defendant. i
Mrs. Bertha Fuller returned I (,business Monday. Case N,.. 10-665 Even though I won't be serving you on the City Council W' .

Sun.. Mon. and Tues. home last week after six weeks; Mrs. O. W. Barry of Brooker Notice To Appears 'I .
Sept. 19, 20. 21 visit with her son-in-law and I :spent the weekend with her daughter -j dence To: Je--e and address I...-e Smith is: I'nknown.whose resi I shall always work for the best interest of '- ,;.

IN HIGH FIDELTY MAGNKTIC HITCHCINEMASCOPE daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. I Mrs. J. E. Hardy. and famih'.1 You are hereby notified lt..t a I .

SOUND _ _ Rowtoh in Tallahassee. II I Mr. and Mrs. V. V. euit Divorcehas for i: our community.

's Sii Iw I Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Baggett, I[son, Jimmy. were Wednesday din- been filed against you tn the' JERRY GAY
of abo"enamed Court and cause and
I HAYWARD I GARDEN Fort Pierce, were visiting :|er guests of Mr. and :Mrs.: J. T. you are required to serve a copy of I

j friendsand relatives here over the j J k powell, in LaCrosse.I your answer or Dleadinir- to the!
i.La Dor complaint on the Plalntttf' ;
RICHARD ofEvlL Coming Soon Day weekend. I I Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Griffin of Attorney T. Frank Landrum,
WIDMARKI I Mrs. Joe Wilson spent Sunday' ;i Waldo and Mrs. Tom McCory Sr. Starke, Florida,
ttltt.J! TCHNICOLOII with her sister, Mrs. Sam Dell Sr. and file the original In the office of
j and Mrs. McCrorv Jr. and son. the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on
in Gainesville, who has been ill. er before the ) '
DEMETRIUS of Gainesville, were Sundayi Wo
Hugh dk

I : I ter Mrs., Alice V., spent S. St. five John days and touring daugh- 'i i I guests ofIr.. and I Mrs. T. J. Complaint otherwise 18 day the will of October>allegations e taken 1954 as confess-:of raid tnoSt'

Plus "No Parking! Hare" Cartoon GLADIATORS ,through South Florida. Alice Griffin. I 3d by you
I leaves i Dr. and :\Ir;;. H.' B. McLeitdon i This notice shall be published
and Latr&t World News. I Saturday to return to I(once each week for four ;
of Orlando consecutive
Jeanette! -
--- -- .- -.-. 'Darien, Conn., after vacationing and daughter I weeks in the Br id ford County Tele S
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:i'u -- _.__ __ _ __ _.,-f'" !With her parents. spent ovprr.tght Saturday I graph. .

-I j,I Mrs. E. C. Priest and Mrs. Kate J'with Mrs. E. S. Matthews while I tfuhtJtkaQbLptith
lenroute to Tallahassee where Jeannette -
Fheppard had as guests last !
lI/f/tl I entered her sophomore year.
Thursday
afternoon, Mrs. Alice LET US FILE YOUR SAW
I O. C. Gay, of
: Mr. and Mrs.
\ewtm
i ; ,f Atlanta, Mrs. Alex ,

;AgE o'fli ,Brown of Winter Garden; Mrs. I Gainesville were weekend guestsof on our New Foley andk&I

i 1 Mark\ Vinzant of St. Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gay. AUTOMATIC SAW FILER (
BE SURE Graham and children
:=: YOUR. TOWER IS A j and Mrs. Pearl Mathis of Gaines- Mrs. Bill

I ville. returned home last week, after I

r.J = Mrs. J. R. spending three weeks at Crescent They'll cut 2
I Kelly, daughter
I
> !Beach. I like new when ," C m H _
== ;'Kathryn and son. Roger. visited -
<: j Mis. Kelly's mother, Mrs. Allie I Mrs. C. D. Williams, Mrs. L. D. i filed on our 1k' m. Only Dodge trucks offer new JL Rue It. II

o Q =z DI iggers in Lake Butler last 'i Green and ::\!rs. Henrietta Hunt precision ma- Power-Dome V-8 with 145-hp. 7TJ ( 7& I DODGE
I chine. In F I G C
u Cf'jL.: Thursday. |i attended the Methodist W.S.C.S. a most horsepower of any
:
few
minutes
a wn.y -'- [,I District Education Seminar in I you'll have low-tonnage truck engine! MAX HI'. Of LEADING 130. 126- 125112..
I, CARD 01.TII.XKS Jacksonville on Thursday. I J 145.h hp
Vt-, I-TON TRUCKS HI' HI' HI' HI'
I c :, I want to thank each and everyone Mr. and Mrs. J. R Taylor of I saws that cut cleaner, truer, ALSO, war Id's shortest turning, -
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GO I
for the kindnesses sympathy this I : faster. Bring your saws in ,
TILT OVERTOWERS Kingsley: Lake have as guests roomiest ccbs, greatest visibil-

,' = | and help during my time of sadness week. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Taylor I today you'll like our speedy I ity, lowest loadng; heights. HI' PER CU. IN. .601 .544 .524 .503 .476

I in the loss of husband. I Ii t Mr. and Mrs. I service. : DISPLACEMENT
my nd son of Atlanta. yet still priced with the lowest! _ _ _
,. =: } Mis. Ina Knight and family. P E. Fairley: Miss Bobbie Sue I III
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0:: I I II I Fairlev, Miss Janie Burgess and All Saws ReToothedAnd '

=:> E.LJ: <: : Miss Betty Jo Taylor of Waycross. I![I Filed 'I

E-- c' ,Ga. All Hand Saws 50c DODGE 'RUCKS

u S(3 Tilts Over n- [ THEREPAIR I Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Driggers. of : 165 X. Water St. 1'h. 414-VV I

Cranks Up & Down' : SHOP10th :(Lake Butler. were visiting Mr. and I ALSO SHARPEN

Q.... = S No Guy Wires ,:) "L"- and Grand Mrs. J. R. Kelly on Sunday. ALL KINDS OF TOOLS, I ASK US ABOUT A BETTER DEAL FOR THE MAN AT THE WHEEL
o No Concrete -- I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kirkland and 1!

S No Roof Damage E3 Will Do All Your LawnMower ,Mrs. A. L. Carr, of Jacksonville. j Knives, Scissors, Etc. I
>- ::::t:' ''I All New
( Mrs. R. J. Andrews Equipment HARDY BROTHERS
No Lightning Risk Sharpening rand Mr. and II ] I MOTOR CO.

E-Z WAY TV TOWERS eon b. daughter, of Orange park. GALVIN JOHNS I
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eoaily lowered and"lted cv*> ta ..., and ,
of Mr.
....... > Washer and Home Appliance were Sunday visitors
a Iwight of 6'obov ground : 465 N. Water St. I 600 TEMPLE AYE.
.. STARKE
FLA.
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Wayne Edwards spent last weekin I
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Lineoleum and Tile LayingAt j Thirty-nine members of the Col- J

I : t U'" Reasonable Prices ''son family gathered at the T. F.

t..J 1"C 'olson home Sunday for a surprise .

GOGO : ., birthday party honoring Mrs.Clvde .
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completely immersed in 'i' !=:3 Jimmv Chasteen visited Mrs. S.Irs'l

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boM) aluminum tnamel : ri Fri Sat -Sept. 17. IS ..
E"- for long and baby daughter. and Mrs. Lu-
lasting weather DOUBLE FEATURE i -
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desired.Hot Dipped Golvanaed *2 N :::::;: Take The High Ground Thursday.Mrs. i I I D I IR

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SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 1954TTTVT
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By Polly Wait Jr. I

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The H. S. Anderson family. re- ]
turned thIS weekend from then FOOTBALL LAME TONIC11T'
week's vacation in Daytona: Beach :I
and Eleanor Village. Mr. and Mrs. |

Albertus Sunday. Miller joined them there !i|

Clara Lou and Marcia Leinsi i
ford returned to their home in j
Vero Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pinkes- I
ton and children visited Mrs. Mary
Green Sunday. 1
Tom Steele of Vero Beach isvisiting

our town friends this week.and relatives in BRADFORD
Friday 17th
The G. E. Green's and Clara Lou t Sept.

business Lunsford Sunday.Rev. were in. Gainesville on { I

.
C. B. Stallings of Green
Acres who was the guest speakerat ,

this the Sunday.Brooker His wife Baptist, Mrs.Church Stal PARK ,
8:00 P. M.
lings and ,spent visited Sunday our town night with with him the I j :

M. O. Harrells. ;
4
Mrs. Cecil Moore of Jacksonville -
visited Mrs. Beulah Harrell
and the M. O. Harrell's this week-

end.Mr. I
and Mrs. Albertus Miller
spent a week in New Orleans, La. !
Mrs. Don Long and daughter, I
I
Vicki, of Lakeland has been visit-
ing the Albertus Miller's. I!
Anita and Janice Mott spent I
a week in Jacksonville visiting Mr.
and Mrs. A. D. Kelley and Mr. I
and Mrs. M. C. Kelley. I i

Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. attended !j vs. Macdenny
a Childrens' Committee Meeting '
in Starke Monday. {!
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano visited i
friends and relatives in Keystone j
Heights and Swan Lake Saturday.The .
Sunday guests of the R. H.
Green family were R. A. Green,

Barker Beverly Green, Mr.and Ann and family Pittman Mrs., all,of Howard Harold Jack- ADMISSION -- Adults $1.00 -- High School Students 50c -- Elementary School Studen ts 2c2F

sonville. i!
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Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Kelley and i
boys of St. Petersburg spent the 'I
weekend with the L. L. Dyal's and ,
the C. S. Kelley's.Mr. I
and Mrs. Paul Harris of j
Gainesville spent Sunday with the I ,j 3 HOME GAMES OUT OF TOWN GAMES ;
L. L. Dyal's and C. S. Kelley. !
Mrs. Neta Dyal returned home I J
I
this week from a visit to Ocala
and Southern Florida. i September 17 Macclenny In Starke September 24 -- St. Leo Dade City
Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Mott visited ;
relatives in Tallahassee and i October 8 ... P. K. Yonge In Starke '

Greensboro last week. I October 1 -- Palatka I Palatka I
Mrs. Bennie McRae and daugh- !I ,- October 15 .. New Smyrna In Starke ()j
ter. Marsha Ann. spent a few days I t
with her parents, the G. W. Ra- October 22 .. Lake City In Starke November 12 .. Ketterlinus St. Augustine
borns.
I
Rev. H. H. Mott visited his son, November 5 Seabreeze In Starke
Milton, in West Palm Beach Mon- :i ,
day. .. November 24 .. Fernandina FernandinaBring
|I November 19 Green Cove In Starke
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Raborn|
had as their guest, Mrs. Raborn's I j
mother, Mrs. Newton. Mrs. New-1
ton has been to Kentucy but is'', .
now on her way to her home in ]
Ocala. 1 Home the Bacon, Boys! Mow 'Em Down, Tornadoes Support the Tornadoes with your presence
Rev. Owens from a little town I

r.eAr speaker Lake at City the Brooker was our Baptist guest j j KOCH DRUG STORE Central Fla. Gas & Appliance Co. Torode Chevrolet Co.

Church Sunday. Rev. Owens had !
dinner with the J.V.. Thomas !

family. I Compliments of
The Brooker Baptist Church is. Go Get 'Em, Tornadoes Best Wishes From
entertaining the B. T. U. Mass II Starke Hardware Co.
meeting Friday at 8 p. m.
WILLIAMS JEWELRY Florida Power &
Mr. and Mrs. Lawerence Spang- SPORTING GOODS; Light Co.
ler entertained their son-in-law. ]i
Don Conner with a barbecue and ';
he left for the service the follow- i
ing day. Those who attended this ; Support the Tornadoes with your presence Support the Tornadoes with your presenceR. Let's Support the TornadoesR.
occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Don '
Conner, Charlie Cason, the W. E I ROBERTS JEWELRY"Your B. Alvarez & Son
Bigham's the Frank L. Tomlin- I j D. Reddish & Son DairyBest
son's, and the H. W. Wait's. I,i Friendly Jeweler"Best TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. 'i t
Tomlin'I'I
!
son entertained a few
turkey barbecue Saturday night. I i Wishes to the Team
: Wishes Of Everybody Out For Tonight's Game!
Those who attended were the W. j
E. Bigham's, the Ernest Edward's, ;I DAVE PAULK Conner Bros. Insurance Agency
and the H. W. Wait's. j C. H. Driggers Furniture Co.
Yvonne Tetstone Shower j Heavy Equipment Rental
A miscellaneous shower was i
given Friday. Aug. 27, in honor of
I
Support the Tornadoes with
Mrs. Yvonne (Polk) your presence
There were about 40 Tetstone.\\ I Compliments of Best Wishes Of

tending and several sent Thomas Truck Terminal & GarageBest
Several games were played and 1 Starke Builders SupplyWe're Edwards Grocery & MarketBest
,
enjoyed. Mrs. Effie Hodge Miss
Melba Tetstone, :Miss Joyce Clark, I
and Mrs. Yvonne Tetstone won
prizes. I Wishes From
Miss Billie Ann Russ greetedand Proud To Be Tornado Boosters! Wishes to the Team

kept the book. I E. Johns & Son Denmark Furniture Co.
Charley
Yvonne received many nice and LAWSONS MARKETCome Agency
useful gifts. Punch and cake were
served to the guests by Billie Ann General InsuranceCompliments
Russ Allie Rae Polk Melba Tet- I
GEM JEWELRYThe
stone and Martha Hodge. on out and boost our team
I
Melba and Mrs.
Hostesses
were
of
House Of Fine Diamonds
George Tetstone Billie Ann and GUIDON GRILLEat .
Mrs. Buddy Russ Mrs. Lizzie Starke's Leading Jewelry ,
Fowler and Mrs. Frank R. Polk. At The Best Forget The ReitLet's New Method CleanersBest

I
TORNADO ZIPPER BIXDF.RS.S
rings,$1.50. Bradford County Tt'I-1' Best Wishes Team
egraph. I Fill the Stands for Tonight's GameS.
Wishes to the Team

_--n '_.- --_- :. .-. R. Johns' Grocery Brownlee & Chasteen
I Faulkners Service StationBest
Wash Your Clothes j

I
9For found" -- I
\
r .i Compliments of
Best Wishes From z
40c! Wishes Team

Barksdale's Dept. StoreBe Hart Furniture Co.
FREE Bleach If Desired! The WASHETERIA
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.._ .I present tonight to cheer our boys to Best Wishes Of

We Will Onward, Tornadoes!
'
._ !:'S 1 Victory .r ;
Dry Your Clothes Dixie Motor Court & RestaurantBest

For 20cIn Simpson Urquhart Pontiac G. S. "Gib" Browns Service Sta.

New Automatic Drien!

I Wishes Team
i ,"i-- A Good Team Like the Tornadoes
.... Closed Tonight- we've gone to the Game!
Deserve Your Support Farm, Home & Auto Supply1'AGE

the Washeteria Western Auto Associate Store Winkler Electric Service

Temple Ave. &arb..

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1'7. 1934 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEW

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At The TabernacleFriday 'YYYYYY YYYYTY,.t'TYTYYYYYY11HAMPTON fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYLAWTEY I ding anniversary of the B. M. Mc- fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYri I arrangements were beautiful and

Rae's were Mr. and Mrs. T. N. unique. President Mrs. L. F. Chap-
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\ !Norman and son, Gerald. I was STATE FARMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj
from
Evening a group man appointed a nominating committee -
Uery sorry to have left out the
Lake Butler was present to participate of Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Mrs.
I I names of own children, especially -
Mrs. Wm. W. Hammond I II by L II. FutchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I my
in the 30-minute song by i I since their 34th wedding M. H. Richarde and Mrs. Joe Wal

:service at the Gospel Tabernacle.A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThe I [i anniversary was the same day. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Shaw of La- lace. Plans were made and a date

feature of the Saturday eve- Hampton P. T. A. met last Mrs. Nellie i Mae Dryden of Jack- j Mr. and :Mrs.: V. E. Thornton Crossee were Sunday guests of I I set for a covered-dish family! sup-

visited his Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews. Mr. and per to be held Saturday night,
Youth led W. B. j grandmother
ning meeting by Tuesday in the school auditorium :j sonville was attending to busi- I
Methodist Church Presbyterian Church I Green and Mrs. Nita Dobb who :Mrs.V.. F. Attwood and 6-weeks- ,Sept. 26th, at 7. Visitors included
McKinney: was a piano solo by an with all teachers present and ness in Lawtey on Friday of last Mrs. Robert Turner, Mrs. Stnck-
!
I Tare patients at the hospital in cld son, of Jacksonville, ate Sun (
several week.Mr.
Sunday, Sept. 19: 9:45 a. m. Sunday Sept. 19 Sunday artist nine years old who acquited I parents. I Starke Saturday night. day night supper with the Crews. I land, and Mrs. Jimmy Murphy.The .
Anyone interested in our chil- and :Mrs.: C. F. Cumbee Jr. Mrs. Joe Wallace
herself hostesses,
School 9:45
church school; 11 a. m. Morning a. m. Morning Wor- I creditably.An I Rev. 'and Mrs. W. E. Hall left Mr. and Mrs. R. Rossister and
ship 11 a. m., "A Decision for the dren and school, please keep in ,went to Newberry on Wednesdayof I i and Mrs. W. N. North, served de-
"OvercomingYour outstanding event at Monday morning for Atlanta Ga., daughter, June, of Jacksonville,
topic, .
worship
God." Deacon's at First mind we meet the first Tuesdayof I last week for a stay of several licious refreshments.
Rally Tabernacle on October 3rd (Sun- (i because of the death of their spent Sunday with her parents. I
Giant; 5:30: p. m. Recrea- Gainesville 3 the month at 3:15 p. m. Mrs. days with his parents, Mr. and -
Presbyterian ,
p. m. niece. Mrs. Lula Lowe, who died Mr. and Mrs. L. Durden, also
day morning), will be the comingof I will TORNADO ZIPPER B1XDF.RS,
Fellow- Perkins and Mrs. Sullivan Mrs. Cumbee Sr. While they were I
time 6:15 Youth adult advisors
,
tion m. Fellowship
: p. at her home Sunday following apeart Mrs. Durden's sister and husband.Mr. S rings, $1.50. Bradford County Tf'l-
Intermediates and 6 Dr. Elmo Bateman of St. Pet- furnish refreshments next month. away, Mr. Cumbee also attendedthe
for hosts ,
,
ship Supper p. m. Evening Worship ( attack. and Mrs. A C. Carlton of egraph.FRIGIDAIRE.
ersburg editor of the "Gospel Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins and annual picnic of the Methodist I
6:45 Worship
Seniors; : p. m. "AVoman's Courage" 7:30 p. m. j it Recent visitors of the H. M. Gainesville.Mr. .
service for MYY groups, :Miss R. Wed., Sept. 22 Prayer Meet- Searchlight". son Joe, were visiting in Macclen- Ministers of the Gainesville 'j r
:McRae's: were Mrs. J. W. Horton
and Mrs. J. A. of
E. Rutland will speak to both ing 7:30 p. m. Adult Choir prac- ny and Taylor, also Moniac, Ga. District which was held in the and daughter. Dawn. Mrs. Roy Taylor '; '
'
Sunday.Wm. Ocala Kentucky, arrived Tuesday for an
area.
groups: 7:30: p. m. Preaching tice 8 p. m. Christian ChurchBible Sisk and son. Charles, and :Mrs. extended visit with Mr. Taylor's I
service. Rev. R. E. Rutland will Thurs., Sept. 23 Junior Choir Clark is spending a Mr. and Mrs. James Wainwrightand Robert
I Myrick and son Billy, all sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. :
bring the message after which he practice 3:30 p. m. School 9:45: a. m. Wor- few days with his sister, Mrs. twin babies, Ruth Elaine and of Starka. M. W. '
Shealy. !
will conduct the First Quarterly ( ship Service 11 a. m. and 8 p. Alice Lambert, in Starke. Kenneth Wayne, of Melbournewere THERfS'JUST ONE
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Williams of
Conference of the church year. -\\'.-\Y CIIAPEL m. Prayer Meeting each Wednes- Miss Dorothy Ross, Home Dem- weekend guests of his par- Melrose were visiting Mrs. [Villiam's Stork Shower t I II : FRIGIDAIREMade

Monday: 3:30 p. m. Businessand (Assembly of God) day 8 p. m. J. E. Sherwood, onstration Agent, called at several ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wain- I The community Club House was i I I'I General
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Rus- 'the qnly by
setting for a lovely stork
program meeting of the WSCS 780 W. Highway 16 Minister. homes here Wednesday of last wright. 'I I
sell Thomas Sunday.Mrs. shower honoring Mrs. L. L. Wainwright Motors Corp. All other
in the Sanctuary; 7:30 p. m. week: Mrs. Leslie Bradley and chil- ,i
I B. M.: McRae and daughter, Thursday of last week. Electric Refrigerators are
services School
Methodist; Men. This has been des Sunday : Sunday Church of God Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dyal of dren, of Starke, were Sunday i I II
10 Morning Worship, 11a. Shirley and Mrs. H. M. McRae The club room held beautiful arrangements made by ether companies
all a. m.;
ladies and i
Ifnated'as night the Farm Colony, Gainesville, guests of her parents, Mr. and I
and Evangelistic Rally, 7:45p. were visiting Mrs. Nita Dobbs and of seasonal flowers and cannot use the word
the men are to bring their wives ,: m.; Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- spent Saturday and Sunday at Mrs. J. E. Warren. I f
Mrs. Green at the in with blue and I
I I hospital : pink predominating.The Frigidaire.
or lady friends to the covered dish m.Wednesday at 7:45 m. will bea ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve- their home here. I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Higginbotham Starke Monday night. honoree received many beautiful '

supper. p. ning Service 7:45 p.m., Y.P.E. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Baker and of Ocala, and Mrs. Alice and useful
Bible in Revelation. Charts Mrs. Almo Starling and daughter gifts from her
Tuesday: 9:30: a. m. WSCS : study family of Starke were Sunday Langford, of Lake Butler were Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
to those attending. Service Wednesday 7:45: p.m., and Mrs. John Spencer and son friends. The hostesses Mrs. Med-

prayer group.Wednesday. given- Harold E. Bullock, PastorSE'F Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45: p.m. night supper guests of the W. W. visiting the T. L. Wainwrightslast Donald, visited relatives and ford Shealy, Mrs. L. W. Pace and I ? ?

: 7:30 p. m. Bible Lawiey I Hammonds. week. \friends in Jacksonville last week. Mrs. E. C. Long served refresh-

Study and Prayer. The second 'TII DAY Sunday School 10 a.m. :Morn- Willow Ruth Hammond returned 'r! Mrs. Joyce Futch and son,, Mrs. Spencer stayed over for a ments of cake, ice cream and I THEN SEE

chapter of the book of Mark will to B. H. S. Monday, after several I Ralph spent the weekend in Tallahassee visit. punch. I
i
ADVENTIST CHURCH ing Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serv longer r
be studied. days illness. with her sister rod broth E. H. SMITH
Services each Sabbath in old ing Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Dinner guests of Mrs. Almo Club Meets !
Thursday: 6:30! p. m. Youth Earl Matchett spent Sunday in er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wy- State Farm I
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sab- Starling Sunday were Mr. and Community held its

Choir Rehearsal: 7:30 p. m. bath School 2 p.m. Preachingeach Church of Christ Gainesville.Mrs. I rick. Combining business with] Mrs. Ralph Starling, Mrs. Grady .first meeting, after summer Tenth and Temnle Ave.
Chancel Choir Rehearsal. pleasure, Mrs. Futch took hei
second and fourth Sabbaths Annie Godwin spent the I ,Starling, and Mr. and Mrs. Grady ,months vacation. Tuesday ter- Starke Fla.

TORNADO ZIPI'ER BINDERS: 3 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor. Corner 10th and McAIahon I weekend with her sister, :Mrs. 'I|daughter, Mary Julia, to Tallahassee .: I Nettles and family, all of Jackson- :noon with 22 present. The flower) .
to enroll in Florida State
: rings, $1.50. Bradford County Tel Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. Preaching-11 A. :M. and 7:3l: Evelyn Hicks, of Jacksonville.Mrs. I ville. Afternoon visitors were Mr. I

J egraph. Everyone welcome I P.M. ( T. F. Brown and son, University for the coming term. ,and :Mrs.: Joe E. Starling and family ---- --. --- _,._ ",,.i"" .__.. ._ -, __ __. ,_ --, --

I Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Frank, were recent guests of her I Mrs. Mae Wells spent the week of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. V. L OPERATED
end in with BY ALTON DOBBS
Green Cove
JPTETi -, .:._ -- .:.. 11m: -- : "" ::::: ::'-:-:" ;: I each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. II son. Gordon Weest, and family I relatives. Springs I Starling of Lawtey. and Mr. and

at Miami. Mrs. Russell Thomas and family

i Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richard of Miss Arthurine Blanchard, of I
St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. I
I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke Arcadia and Miss Louise Adkins I Jacksonville, and Mr. and :Mrs..J: rYYYYYYYYYVYYVVYVYYYYYYT1BIG

Raymond E. MacBlain I II I of Jacksonville spent last weekend I B. Dye, of Kingsley Lake were Cook'sGrocery

visiting their father, A. M. Blanchard i I
Schedule of Services with parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G'I,' DADHappenings
SUNDAYS Adkins.Mr. during the weekend.Mr. I

I and Mrs. Truby Rowe and ;
and Mrs. Clarence Cooper '
9:45: a.m., Church School 11
children, of Starke, were weekend
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor a.m., Morning Prayer & Sermon; i land.' family Rev. and Mrs. Merle I guests of her mother :Mrs. :Mattie I' : !
and
Packham and family, and Mr.
6:30 p.m., Young People's Serv- Henderson.
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town I ice League. Mrs. K. B. Watterson were at the I
Hawthorne I I Misses Virginia and Faye Star- By Clair LazenhyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI II

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 HOLY COMMUNION Boy Scout camp near ling, of Whitehouse, spent the week I
I II
I 3rd. Sun- recently.
1st. Sunday 11 a.m.
end with Misses Connie and Jackie I

day 7:30 a.m. I Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hall of ,Harley. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hig- I Weekend guests of Mr. and)I PHONE 405

I FRIDAY I Lave Oak called on friends here Mrs. Carlos Norman Mr. '
ginbotham also of Whitehouse were
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M.: 7:30 Litany & :Meditation. Jax Hiway We Deliver
:
I p.m. Thursday.Mrs. were Sunday evening guests of and Mrs. J. L. Wester ar.J the Open Thurs. Afternoons

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. 18 p.m., Choir Rehearsal. May Sweeney and of Gaines-friendsin I;the Harley family. Rev. T. R. Morgan of Jacksonville.Mr. --

I ville visited relatives I Miss Sadie Carter of Jacksonville and Mrs. Samuel Kirklandof

Midweek: Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. St. Edward's Church town recently.Mr. i spent the weekend with her Jacksonville were guest of Mr. t\ 5 Lb Pkg.SUGAR .

and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen !parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carter. and Mrs. H. D. Starling, Sunday. !,
-, -: :. '' :" :' I Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. and family, Mrs. M. B. LayfSeld. I
-. ;:' -; : : ;: :: 6:30 and i She and other members of the Joseph Elmer, son of Mr. and j I
Holy day masses, a. m.
Mrs. J. J. Brannen
:
and
I and Mr.
family were visitors to Kingsley Mrs. E. Thornton: underwent an
8:30: a. m.Children's. 'attended a birthday party at the : 45c
and is
Class Saturday 11a. I' Lake Sunday p. m. appendectomy Thursday
I and Mrs. Owen
Mr. I
home of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Pressley and now getting along fine.
.
THE i m. I Mrs. Hodge, Fri- ,
TREND. honoring
Hodge children of High Springs, were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Douglas:
Keystone Heights at Lake Butler.Mr. I I'
night
day ,weekend guests of Mrs. Pressley'ssister 'had visitors from Jacksonville for ,
I IS BACK (Women's Club) and Mrs. J. W. Home enter-
TO
I[ Mrs. J. E. Crawford and the weekend. i
I Sunday Mass 8 a. m. tained at dinner Sunday, Mrs. 66otcm
family. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dukes and
Holy day masses 7:30: a. m. Hershel Parker daughter, Doris. PEPSI COLA 1SC
I I Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hallman of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Edwards, were
Confessions before all Masses.
NOW I and Jim Baker.
GIVE
i I Chattanooga, Tenn., arrived on visiting friends in Lake Butler
of
Mrs. C. R. Moore
Mr. and
of last week for a stay
Saturday Sunday.
YOUR HOME I CHl'RCl10F DAY JESUS SAINTj CHRIST Archer and Mrs D. W. Moore, of ''of several days with her brother, Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs:: Cons
LATTER II Starke called on Mrs. T. F. Brown
j Services each Sunday in old Masonic and son, Frank, on Sunday. I iH. C. Kelly and family. On Sunday Joe Starling were Mr. and Mi" TOMATOES 2 1SC
and their guests
| the Kellys children.
Johnie Duval and
DISTINCTIVEBEAUTY -- = j Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Adkins visit- I I II
I motored down to Yankee Town to i Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson
I School 10 a.m.. Sacrament Service her father and wife, )lr. and
6:30 Everyone welcome. ed sister, spend the day with another brother !.had as their dinner guest Tuesday
WITH I i p.m. Mrs. J. W. Priester, and Package
j Grady Kelly and his wife. night her brother and his wife Mr 5
GRITS
JMrs. P. L. Morris Jr. and familyat I 43C
,I IIEILBRONN I' Sunday. | We still seem to be moving and Mrs. Ollie Mathias, :Mr.: and

Macclenny around Mr. and Mrs. Steve Star- from Indianapolis !
BAPTIST CHURCH of : Mrs. Robert Poteet -
1 A j Mrs. R. C. Gray and children
IVE/Itl !' friendsin ling Jr. and family moved recently Ind., Sheriff and Mrs. P. D !
Sunday School 10 a.m. Preach- Jacksonville are visiting I
of DIXIE LILY
,
j to their new home: west 'Reddish and Mr. and Mrs. J. E
ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30p.m. town while Rev. Gray is con- road. The
old paved
Uc'l.t Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer !ducting a revival near St. Louis, ;-Jimmy town on Crawford the family, formerly Tomlinson.Mr- and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinon':: :

I7f Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Mo.Mrs. I 10f Starke, moved last Saturdayinto spent the weekend in Hastings I $ $1.05
IJ4 Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. Hershel Parker, daughter, vacated by the FLOUR
Wood Slat BlindsThe Doris, and Jim Baker spent three the house visiting their daughter.
Mr and Mrs. James
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Doris Starlings. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kirkland

!: LAWTEY, FL.I .\. days last week at Daytona.Winter !:wilkerson moved last week into I and sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Ted

traditional beauty of Duchess Wood SIct! I|i Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- i!and Jim Wednesday spent :Monday in they all the Joyce Futch house near the Adkins in Hawthorne last Sunday

Venetian Blinds blends perfectly with ing 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek Haven. i Baptist Church, which was recently Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Otis Geiger -
any Flint, Mich. Rolls/ 4
I left for rc
vacated by the Milo Smiths. over the weekend were Mr.
decorating scheme. They service Wednesday 7:3P p. m.
are custom-made in II Rothelle Jones, who has been TOILET TISSUE 2
your color choice. Predsioe-maaufactared to look A. E. Massey, pastor. I stationed at the Naval Station in who recently moved into the Enoch and Mrs. J. Lawfton of Jackson 1
lor the Duckess next door to the *&
I School-10 A. M. Griffis house
give yon years of easy, trouble-free operation.S.al lf, YourS Bible 'Jacksonville, and T. J. Alderman ville.Mr.
school. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Davis: and Mrs. Oncle Tetstoneof
ee the new Duchess Wood Slat Blinds at ao ner stioctiououn I Jr., who has been stationed at
CHRISTIAN" SCIENCE have sold their farm and are ex- Heilbronn Springs were visiting LbPkg
Md.. have returned to
Bainbridge F. PURE LARD 21C
A.
the
SOCIETY pected to move into friends and relatives. Brookei
GASSETT EXCHANGE STORE i their respective homes and entered have
Orange Park, na.I Brown cottage which they Sunday.
B. H. S. where they both
Sunday service 11 a.m. Sun- purchased, and the Browns went Bettv Saunders and husband

Phone 201.1ti'ICffOO1DAVEARE I day School 11 a.m. are seniors. !to Tampa the first of this week ,went to Worthington Springs to Large Pkg
j I C. H. Layfield of Gainesville
Wednesday Evenings-1st Wednesday looking for a new location. (look at some farm land. "Here's CHEER 2712C&s
His mother -
called in town 'lnday.
each month, S p.m. j Joe Harley had the misfortune hoping, says Betty we settle::
Mrs. M. B. Layfield, returned '
Public cordially invited Nur- ; I to fall and break an arm at school around Lawtey."
j home with him for a few days. I
friends
his
< sery maintained for all services. i ion Monday. However -
j Mrs. T. J. Alderman and son, I TORNADO 7,11'I'ER BINDERS
Community Center Building, j ,are glad to know that the breakis
Billy, and Mrs. W. W. Hammond ';;].:)0. Just the thins for keepingour
; Kingsley Ave. and Highway 17. I not as had as it was at first j LbBag
;and daughter Willow Ruth attended thought to be. I'i' hooks and other school sup-' POTATOES 90 29CCARROTS
i
i WOODLAWN MISSIONARYBAPTIST the covered dish supper i Ir lies "f'<'lIrel)'. Bradford t'ountj"elegraph.

CIH'ICnI |?nd meeting of the Bradford YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY'PINELEVELi' .
,t //.r/ I : ,
I LAWTEY, FLI.l I County Band Parents Association
a I on Monday night at Starke. i Cello Bags

V I /I4PPYDAYS 10 a m. Sunday School 11 a.m. : Miss Annie Brown of Starke FILL DIRTGOOD 2 2SC

( preaching. 6:15: BTU, 6:45: prayer spent the weekend with her father.
,
r 1r 1\/ service, 7 o'clock song services, Loren Brown. by :Mrs. II. :M. :MrRaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA RICH

% __... 1:30: evening services. i S. Smith of
,.. Mr. and Mrs. D. Lbs

I Winder, Ga., visited Rev. and Mi- I TOP SOILSee BANANAS 3 29C
Let
send the
us help you HAMPTONCHRISTIAN" Ii
T ,Merle Packham over the weekend. i Rev. W. E. Hall filled his regu-

I t I younger members of yourr1' CHURCH Mrs. Mamie Mdes is visiting lar appointment at Pine Level

family off to the classrooms or Bible School 10 a. m. Worship I Church with
;
I Mrs. Hicks. Baptist Sunday a
with her daughter.
school parties with the happy Service 11 a. m.; Youth Program ;good attendance. There were 223'm : Lbs
;and family in Georgia. BILL JACKSONJackson
confidence that with I STRING BEANS 2 29ClrLLET
comes '
6:30 p. m. Evening Service 8 I Sunday School. We were glad

I. good grooming. Our nationally p. m.Bro.. J. B. Dixon pastor. I wvv.UV..UV.vmvnVVVnHEILBRONN 'to have many old friends with us j : Transfer Compan;

S advertised Sta'Nu process restores ,again. Rev. and Mrs. Hall were Phone 165

!-, 1 textile finishing agents PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R :\ I4.

.O' > to dried out fibres to keep CHURCH R. Crosby and family. -. -

VX., 'i: "'" clothes color-fresh and cash- Sunday Scnooi 10 a.m. I Visitors of the H. M. IrRae'sI '-,.--- -: .--l' '. ,",

.' mere-soft wrinkle and soil I Morning Service 11 a.m. 1 By Mrs. Anrel NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAUAAAAAALLA I Sunday afternoon were Mr. and

\ ; t resistant, too! Sta'Nu care Evening Service 7:30 p.m. ,' :IMrs. T. N. Norman and son. Gerard FISH 16C

/' TjJ actually prolongs the life of Prayer Meetings Wednesaaj( of Heilbronn Springs and :Mr COLONIALFLORIST

night 7:45 Saturday Rev. Milton Dukes of Tampa
.. garments so H will pay you p.m. nigh and :Mrs.: Gene Petcher and Rev.

1 <) to call on us for your very next 'was guest speaker at both services and Mrs. A. J. Raulerson of Jack-
AIR PARK BAPTISTAir In a special business
"" dry cleaning order. Sunday.
e Y sonville.: Rev. Raulerson is con-

Park Baptist Church: Sun- .meeting Sunday night. Rev. Dukes ducting a revival meeting at the Lb
called as pastor of the churchfor BRISKET STEW 19C

was
'w" STA' liD e 1 Woodlawn Baptist Church near FLOWERSFor
coshounoth 1gEX7A'Alliin day School. 9:45: a. m.; Preaching the coming year. Lawtey. Mr. and Mrs. Petcher )I,
Service, 11 I
a. m.; Training Union. Friends of Buddy Norman regret All Occasions:
,
ADYrtt'itD' iN with and
6:45: p. m.: Preaching Service, S spent Sunday night us
that he is seriouslyill. '
to hear
II'Dlf Jlom31 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednes- We wish him a speedy recovery. left Monday morning on a fishing PHONE 218 Lb

day S p. m. !trip for the day.j CHUCK ROAST l7C
Clothes Look New t .
; j Those left out in the news last j

I -- j) Mrs. Margaret Reddish and son.., :week that enjoyed the 25th wedi (i)
Clothes FEEL NewSTARKE "JWiI : ALL TYPES OF Keith.. and mother Granny Carmichael 1

spent part of last week I :family of Jacksonville were visit- Lb

PEST CONTROL Tampa with relatives. i ing relatives here Sunday.i NECK BONES 12C I i
DISH
Archie Carmichael returned i i and Mrs. Jake Sapp of'' GARDENS
'
,-- -..' ... j I .! TERMITES home Friday from Tampa when' ':,Starke were visiting their daughI POTTED PLANTSPOTTERY

Household Commercial he had been for the past few days' 1 ter. Mrs. LeRoy Norman Sunday. i! T-BONE: or SIRLOIN Lb. !

GROVE SPRAYINGCall Mr. and Mrs. Richard Adkin:;1 j Miss Emmaline Kelly is visiting I ,

DRY CLEANERS and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Adkins 01 r r her mother. Mrs. Annie Kelly.

for estimate Higby Mo., spent Labor Day wit I' I j Mr. and Mrs. Wilmont Brown Flowers WiredAnYLChere :

And Laundry And The Clothes Line Florida Pest Control Mr. and Mrs. J. B. White and Mr. and daughters. Ernestine and Shirley STEAK 37C

and Mrs. Bobby White. | and Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Norman !

COR. CALL & WATER ST. PHONE 2$ & Chemical Co. I J B. White was called to Mis,- and children enjoyed a chicken .

STARKE FLA. 2220 N.W. 6th St. Ph. 6033Gainesville ,souri Sunday by the sudden death t ,supper and peanut boiling at the'' Nona St. Starke I !

Fix of his brother. ,home of the latter Friday night ': I

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Johns an,i I II r.-:: : -:: 2 :-_ ::=: :_": :- __:':: =--_: _... .-: .






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PAGE BRADFORD COII'V1Y'rELFi1RAPII. 8TABKR. FLORIDA

FRIDAY.. SKPTFURFR. IT_ _I.__U_
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Public School Conduct Hunt For Text Books /study and sometimes they are frequently are not left returned.there I I 1t Children's Group I Keystone Firemen !1 WOW Clubs Enter I Rep. Billy Matthews will speak'Sen. Graham Black. The Jasper

during the ceremony at 3 m. High School band will
I p. play patn-
Which Have Disappea red During Past YearsFor I School dictionaries find their way Met Monday I Fire Chief C. J. Basted said I, Log Rolling Contests He will be introduced by State ,tiC music for the flag raising.
into the shelves: of the home li !I that the Keystone Volunteer Fire

Other books may occasion I Members of the Starke camp of IIL._, _
Department turned out 23
the past five years Brad- school buildings. Ibrary. !, strong
ally used as references at home Flank :Manella field representative the Woodmen of the World will
ford County Pubic Schools have I In each school book there is a I '!Monday for the first night of their I
too. I of the Florida Children's Commission compete in a Log Rolling contest
requisitioned 22372.56 worth of I sticker on the inside cover which I( i five-day training program under %WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
I If you have a book or !books met with the members of 'and other activities in Jasper
textbooks from the State of Florida I reads "This Textbook Is The Property ;the direction of Bob Behr of the
'the county system would like to the executive board of the Brad- 'I Saturday The District Woodman _
according to Mrs. Dorothy of The State Of Florida !,Ocala Fire College. I
have them returned. To save ford County Children's Committeeat I reeting is being held there and I
books loaned to the any The school was conducted from
school finance AS these are
officer.
Epperson i 'Ipossible embarrassment a called meeting Monday night. vill be highlighted by the
The current 1954-55 school term I county the county is responsible you may Monday until Friday this week dedlt'a'j 'p/'IT
return them to Larry Gibson. Manella commended the local ; tion of a flag pole built
returnedto for three hours The
for them until they are nightly.
has
already required 9430.00 for of
I' ''county supervisor, at the USO group for the accomplishments Woodmen out of their X
that I volunteers received I
state. This means training In
the
textbooks for the county with and it out
the pointed
past :year Service Fund in Jaspar Patti
I Building in :arke. Or
another requisition to be made by 'Bradford County must pay for all you may as one of the four most active I j tactics of fire fighting crowd .. RADIO
return them send them to the .
or handling, and other general fire ..10..
September 10. This reflects the !i books that "disappear", or those [I school from which they came. If ],committees in his territory of :
( counties in North Florida. I fighting measures. : AND
of the school ,that are lost or damaged. Over a thirty
growth population i it is impossible to return the books ji j
He discussed with the the I
which has so taxed the facilitiesat .period of years, this amount is by any means call Gibson at 59-J 1 group i '

hand and which has necessitated -1 considerable.As ',and he will have them picked up. possibility of from meeting the with local representatives com- \Wilson LifeInsurance : : TELEVISIONSales
home forALVAREZ'
of the books are taken
additional construction
,SHOw BOOKS ARE SELECTED mittee and the other five countiesin ,,,,"

| The state superintendent ap- this judicial district. He suggested -' I
'
( points committee to study the a round table discussion of t t

1III1 I STORE SSSZ& IIIII needs of the various schools for 1 legislation affecting children to be Co. and Service

I I books. From the reports of this I presented to the 1955 legislatureas I I I I" ,, ,.

committee, the state well as the proposed plan drawn I i 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida
Of Lake
._.- I ent and the state superintend-I up by the local group for the I City. Fla

.;' _ '" i. : ... .. c' ,:; i.2;,. decisions of the establishment of a district juvenile I I

The next step is to refer the book court. Announces TheAppointment .

STARKE ICE CO. needs to a textbook rating The group also revived with interest II t i,!
Sell It Rent
com-I It Trade It
mittee which examines all the info,. ition that a '

books offered in these meeting was planu, 1 for Tuesdayto A Of

Now Open For the publishers. The methods used ''I discuss and plan for the reactivation -
i I i I WITH
by the various groups make bribery 1 of the Clay County Chil t I A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow

virtually After I!dren's Committee. Dr. A. Y. Cot"-
impossible. CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON Mr. J. %W. Powell
SUGAR CURINGAND !the textbooks have been rated irgton was to present the workIwhi Rates Good Results Easy To Place

I the state calls for bids and con- h could be done and Manellawas about this question

tracts for the books selected. to be present to answer questions i iO WORDS
Starke, Fla.. Phone 291 OR LESS. OXK: INSERTION 50cE.CH
Stringent laws thoroughly cover concerning the part the I had an accident in Connecticut ADDITIONAL WORD 2c
II
the complete handling of all matters }Florida Children's Commission on our trip East and l 1 I IM'Ot\T: OF IS PER (,. 'T O% TWO OR MORK" I'\iERTIO'J!

I pertaining to books. |I l plays in the establishment of a found myself in a lot of trou- As Representative in this

SMOKE CURING I The state superintendent makes I county Information committee.was also Bible.i I had 10.000 Auto Liability 'I 25rUlllITIO\. FOR 1ILIM1 ADS OR \US! NOT PtII I\ %n\ %>'-EMEMORIAMS

a textbook allocation to each insurance but Area. :Mr. Powell will serve
Conner CARDS OF ::
I concerning a Handicapped Chil ,I THANKS RESOLUTIONS 20r Per Line
''
county annually.divides The county superintendent dren's Conference to be held at 'ticut requires $?0.000 minimum as well as sell. the Many (COUNT:: 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE)

YOUR MEATS the amount Daytona Beach Oct. 28-30, under which includes out-of- I -

'allocated among the various the sponsorship of the Nemours state drivers. Would 820,000 Plans of Insurance offered I
schools and advises each school
j Foundation and the Florida Children's auto insurance satisfthe lawon A. J. Thomas. Starke. Fla.
principal the amount that be Wilson Life and he invites
may by -
Commission. FOR
STORAGE Registrationis trips in SALEHomes
ALSO COLD L requisitioned for the coming school I any state II \
j free and parents of handicapped
all his friends FOR SALE
term. The local schools are obligated many
children and other interested individuals Under Construction

1 to store the books, main- are urged to attend. to Contact him in personor I lluuvrK non under euu.Iruciun.1'rirr. .
tain records on them and them Charley E. Johns ., .,:lUU.INI tu IX
STARKE ICE GO.PHONE use .] This was the first visit of Ma l i mxhul pith ..ire-II la SNUKMUNI.I Iou:; heater.furl ST.HKE'SXEWEST

as long as they are serviceable nella to Starke since he assumed Call him by phone for but water bralrrrlr.lrl,- .(?.,.

12 STARKE FLA. I School laws and regulations per'mlt ;tl,hi& duties as field representative. I : rlrririr. rrlrisrralor anti \rnrthin SUBDIVISION
blind
> the schools to charge the par"nts succeeding;, Paul Hebert. I & Son Agency any Assistance they may of :LIIINI HI/ I.for. 1,1-ran.? down I'a and)ml'ol. Pinehaven
a.
r w 6 & 9r} or guardians for books lost jl i their insurance I. ils *ViMH, In >..n-\I'll'roll_.
need concerning 'ii ilo I or hanl.u.., .
'i l"I damaged by the pupils. Parents state! < SCS MeetingSet :, Phone 13 Starke, Fla. I I porlv. sl.rul.lrr) and| lawn floor.|Bi.ul ear|. tt 11'11I..|. THI:"K: Kr?: \TIUBS
desiring to purchase textbooks aretllow'ed etl. These l.nie hatr
4 problemsI three bed Insulated Uuuf. Furred .
\\.n.
to do s.t at the published For Next Week I I-- floor room*|hate.;i-r and at leaxt nrr ,IE.hI.q., ft Of 'Wbalt Tile Floor' Jaundr
II r the 1,11'1 Stindnna
and .
'nst of the books. I appruted dr.ian. Iluoru lot \\alfr
: I!I _.._ _' ___ IUra" ill hau.in heater and Sink. Fall
0 13 .TQ TH I The Ninth Annual Meeting; of .. I perkk).. I.rr a oiiian nilhind two fort" City i'l'llle-. Bath.hooded( .r
umntb .
-
w lIulll ..,
I -- m lIo..r I. .
II the Florida Association of Soil v.. "'' "UIrn 1I..n ..r Hen P. I'lo.t '" "'rho.''. ( han.....
I I if..11. nell and llOKne; IHMrlrt
,Conservation District Supervisors I known hailder and
.
W@wc5g( itt $5.00 REWARDFor will be held at the Tides Hotel. { Have Just Received Our Supply Of I I ii.nlri.l.r.jt I. a.-re farm. Sfrr, flit ri\\\iM.

,Redington Beach Station in St. highway, :| I,,,, room?? b."I'pritrd. 2 lledroomi. $7.ow 113.0
.
I elertri II. "II. *!K3 ('|,, ,
ILIit* lnB; ( ? ?
TAKING THE LEAD 22-23 running 1".111
Jar Petersburg on September "al..r.
Information LeadingTo I WHITE SEEDED lard r le.-rins peran tree. iolr ,,|- l> I'a>uirnt 10.70.
IN ESTABLISHING HEM r %'\ //j This announcement was made by I > house and ran ..b.... Priced :.
I r..r" quirk kale Itedroon'" $'.04)() _
TYPES OF BANKING, t tt ,. The Location Of John E. Lamb, president of they SWEET YELLOW U..??. ,230 lovnc ,.0"... 'loa'lI$100
-.
association. I LUPINE a.-r- farm. 2 bed r.M.n house I) Pa>inent $17tnkNothing
SUCH AS THE BANK WILLIAM WILKERSONor wilh modern
ttmtenieiiefeit (ir-
FOR INTERNATIONAL I l | Sixty of the 67 counties in Florida I I ru., Kraiei. Ill'r..II".I,,. pvarM eke to pay. Purchase
j These Seed are Scarce and is and .e-s.. %? ;
Limited
t have been organized into ; our Supply \ etceplural bu) :XOW: :Mote U when com
SETTLEMEN7SAMffl- 57I
Soil Conservation Districts. The I | Place your Order Now While They Last. If you are .itr lIIul.l'l.I rur. '0(11'1'1' store rImestor super pleted.

: CAN FINANCE IS : JOHN B. WATSON first District to be organized was interested in this scarce item see us for needs in''
r your
,,
:1 HELPING TO CREATE Call 67 Starke the Holmes Creek in western Florida I l It.:,,.. Mirkr.r home until you bu>er don't See Joseph D. Warren

7HE ECONOMIC BASIS in 1933. Since that time. OATS RYE
WARREN
CONST. COT. .
H: :
REQUIRED FOR A steady progress has been made toward 4 I

DURABLE PEACE I the organization of Soil Con- RYE GRASS A. J. THOMAS I' O. Box 787 Tele. 4i5-\V

.._ paron auara r ervation Districts in the State. RKU KVTITB DEALER Starke lla11 .

This Year More Than Ever. 1 There are 28268.269 acres in CLOVERS iOI Teuiple ... Telephone 214

It is our desire to supply helpful and dependable banking .. the 57 organized Soil Conservation Mark. Florida
., FOR
Districts. Soil Conservation Districts ---- RADIOS REPAIREDAll 11\ REXT-l"qfurnished at Bus Station hour Inquire tf-

service to our depositors. I are political subdivisions of'the Consult your County Agent or your Soil Conservationist' :Make All Model \
I I LET J. D. 000,.. JH
_
State without bonding teaHonahle
taxing or -
las to what fertilizer charge. guaranteed I
fits \.NOLK
your needs then economize by I CIf''!. C. SIIRPHRKD 101RCAT1LB
You are cordially invited to use our many i authority. The business of the I | buying your fertilizer CromBROWNLEE I 'OS W. Call St. Starke Ph. 23tMl I I, SALES A\U: _HOGS

District is managed by five landowners j 4 i Lite Oak Ear H'.01.......,.
elected by the farmers in j''' I -:I.I- \\ .\\TEP-B""nllug: liuinessi Galneatllle Each Friday
services. I i ,m- runsaailable' .. fur ..
t the District. I r.'I' I tf
.
"iMl.l.
man "Iunman .with oar
& CHASTEENStarke 'I" ill "n farm u..im-n in Brad-
The primary of Soil I
a FOH
purpose t,.nl I "tlllly. Full "r spare time. I It-XT-Three or [ou: rromaparunrnt
r mservation District is to outline <-II 1" Jin |per' cUWrite IKXessI' coraforulilv fuiniihej
I > '" U lot. rooms and bath. eleitrK kii.lientfchad
I :"0i6. PcSotu Stall
met put in effect a program of"onservation Fla. 'ii )1..111,1)1T..nn., 2tp 9 17I I II.ICI : } lawn. AvauaU.fug! 1,
by and the management I Iof i Mr?. L. M. ClarK, Jlt--sant Hd
I East Starke 1 mile from ail St.
I : : nti.\T ,
soil and water resources. Soil 1'OPI-HT\-Tl'rm" Bridge. Rt. I. Box 2-1' tfihRFOU
r l I''in I" ti Ii trt-t and only 12 ft.I .
STARKE Conservation Districts provide a I ,,n, I K.i.id 1 inn. Thr... nullVet
FLORIDA BANK at ,
P.fXT-'urni.lIed
"
h r 'p.urn ni.
n HiitrlitSee Mrs. A S
med'um which all ,,
through agencies I J .LrI. -. :J: 1,1.' ,, k- fr..m I'nst Offi,'" I one bedroom and glared-u .np-
: federal state, county or local v ill. r'mal, I'!.")!)n :!tp 9/17 ing porch, large 1,11111 "m.
I kitchen and dmnettr 4.i .-> 'utb?
Member Florida National Group I i and private groups aid mdijviduils I St. or apply at Turk .- .\*! i '.iff.

i may provide services. A'' CHILDRENS BOXERDungarees Electric Motors I tf
'
One noundI 'District has authority to enter into 'I WHITE WAITRESS \\A\1I.D--

I ; Way Tricw' II"0ntracts' and agreements with ,' REWOUND AND I j I Sea. King"-iey Brach-__! ____tf

'I \ York $:O.OO 36.liami !these agencies and individuals SERVICEDSmall fORLE3 room. s>. ie.'n |I' ,rc'b
I frame i-ottage. Elrrrrt.aiI t'I"II'.d. -
.. |
.. -' <. 'ofc" ... !} .,..) 13.9- p.? deep well. 70 feet mi H gh-
?"" __-..-_-.- _4 _"'. _. '. .___ ...'"!'t'.__ : !''t! Lk !L._ ;, .- ,Tampa 3.5.1 6AG i :Variety Hop Planned Appliance Repair I, calin.way 1/111.Inquire fruit trees flenicnur..d.I: I -. r.111\ ,

''t. 1.20 a General Machine Work : rule, east i.f h-r.l
\ugU.tine 2.20 "uo
i r00
| For Saturday Night $1 Value H'ilrht-. III' ". .4
,OcaU 1.-10 2 a s C

LOOK IN ANY KITCHEN Fares do not include U. S. Tax ': The Variety Hop. given by the l FOR SAL.K Soarer fain- \\ .t" in ,d-
I 1st Quality All Work (;Guaranteed ern h"u"e. I mile X..rth "f |L.w-
Beta Sigma 'Club members to I : try un t'. S.Ot. within n ,!i. ""f
Reasonable Rates i, Huniphrry New Hi lii.nnl Ci.mf
GREYHOUND BUS STATIONTemple : tart the football season will beheld 0 See owner W. R. Stri. 1.1.,1'i.
Size 1.6 ni{
Saturday night at 8 p,m. at '
Our 1
Modernized Experts FOR SALE .
By -Three hedn.unl
.\\e. n i- -
Phone H7-J 1
the U.S.O. The price is 35 centstag' : RED SEAL water and light with ",10.. 0.1'' .1..>i
and ..
spot mall out h .u ,t'dother
and 50 cents
drag. ,
.
.
.
Starke. Fla. odd- and enil.s. I \\

The Hop will feature a completely ELECTRIC & .MACHINESHOP l i! Oriffij.. Orange St. "[ ri 1.1. u oox
LADIESPOLOS Iii:S II II |I" I
planned program of variety

# acts. I FOR IF.XT-Thrt'e l,..lr....11 ..ur.nished .,- -
I .
hon-e in Kr t'.nr tf-- -51t
i ('''nral"! Blake Ja..i"ur.. M.uU. .
F. U. GR.U'IXOX "r
| Fred Lfonhard. Keystone i6-i.;lr.
I Bond Purchases Hit Owner Manager :' "it: i lig 4 U

..- i \ :; $10,893 In AugustPurchases II' Washington St.-1'hone 397 I FOR SALE-<;ood an..a aLn..t
i .
i j, grand piano. Everett I'j u" Fix
E Starke, Fla
r YOURPROTECTION I :,1 :'tp '< 17

of U. S. Savings I
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J4+ t the month of August amountedto : UK ("f). Ifi AdertisedVatkin-. 1', ",1"- .,

10,893, according toV, B $l.OOValue C; .. Starke.ment needed.No ..xp..l'i..n..r Age ti'i. I..n.". -i sr*I-
'i \II.: -\" .I'T. farm near Heil- ,
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Sewell. chairman. Total for the to establish year'r'nlnd 'ii--
gut | :" -i') : ngA I>avi.in.. :;; inex'-. full or part tim. wilt .
1 I year-to-date is $72,279. which is a Ut Quality I I \ -"I I j.tiiir.-\ill fhoiiv 009I Mr P. R. Ruble D-pt S-1. The- !i
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: 37.73 per cent above the total for J. P. \VatkinF Companj :Meintih.FOR "
9 Tone ".,
1953. i 'I.I UI.:Adding machine in very I
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1 tiesS is 'i-' "I! I'Ii"n' with --ultra<'lion. I II
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Up\V a\ E I dren or pets furnished .tt..IC. -. i
IIAZKN THANKS VOTERS:
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I bedroom living room L 1"I;
P& feail5 "' \I.I-X.\\: x *
iIll j ', :,. ,. k I ,'.x......nl x$1.40 IB Conk bath. }[r.. L. D. Vining. Phone.
; ; I greatly appreciate the wonderful I.tor 49 ctarh.- 1 t t
,,.a1 OURe \I..i.i' Mix J1.2S per bag
support given me by the \'otersof Grab TableOF I:' "'('''Knifint-rmg\ (V, phunr WAVTED-WiU
$40
pay th.i
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Starke in the Council tfI'M.
I City "nd f=et Preston sralt for \pmt 1

Easy to see why she's delighted. Her new cabinets are election. I sincerely express nn i i. -\LK-4: acre open, fertile loes mile delivered South to my 'a\\" nii'i! one.
natty
thanks, to the voters and I will .r. oJ' e4. it frontage. on High rut S ft :3 inches on Sfcl. T' ,h f
so beautiful, compact. \\ork-saving she Ions her L I PROFESSION ,": 4 niiir.- north of Stark j al.oxthe nail. long .and. ''it < ff t
do my upmost to live up to tne i I""'" house pay %rl"> I lad
plastic tile flooring, the beautiful pattern and exquisite faith they have placed in me. I I I- ..-M h'.ii-t-. 22 orange garage.10 barn Ja- : T. W. Tatum, Rt. 1. l.awl.Pia I I
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ii i 1"'I"-Kimons. 7
colors her sparkling Armstrong lileboard walls i;cordially invite the citizens of FALL MERCHANDISE J.:". i i I 1"4! loa"'te\'.plum tree. MEAT t
I Starke to attend the Council 11"1 1 DISPLAY C"SF fan be 'I-. .d .
e City a- drink
her easy-lo-tlean Formica counter tops. '! .'''I.!' If 1.".IF I; I'KMO.VSTHATIO.V of fr box. yell, cheap '.r trade I
I meetings. what have
N' .j i I you' P..h'.r\" i H

I II should have one of our Lucian O. Hazen Closing Out Odds and Ends I.I '' MIIITuppernar:' x I' "x *"u.u: rh'iii:\11'i? i' S'a'i'-n in ;farkt'at State FarmMarket: Up I

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Naturally, he's pleased because we consider his budget I
Hurgulary Insurance PolIdes I
with painless terms. The whole done by 'I LEWIS THANKS:: VOTERS Of All Of Winter 1 I. .aL! I ) .'.I.! rt. .; J .t'i'j -oil}tVi.--. HEXT-Tw.. ..niplrtflv r.rdn.n. ,. ,. 101", k
our job. our j Protect your home. i I Types i ; "". "ntl.!,',". W.<1 n"t s_ ,;. ',furr' ,. .l h. d,|. ? i
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expert workmen. is costing him I I am deeply grateful for the con ,,r i' : M( i M :I1.i, ,', Ma, <.. I-I lu'd .\fM'tmt-'lt-:, \1"| J (', ,my.r J, I
business and personal Merchandise It. h i 'rrl T"'""' v'- I
'I L prop fidence the voters of Starke have Ito .

ert.r.I shown in me at the Tuesday elei-

Approx. $15.00 a mo. I I Constant Service Since 1S91 ,tion. I will continue ..o serve you .p SM !
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the best of my ability. We Exchange .

SENDFORJERRYH. 'I James A. Lewis ) We Refund FOR REAL ESTATE.t,

I Ieud IUERS
BUYERS (or all claun of land and types
Ask Us To Estimate. No Obligation We Satisfy of buuocn plats arming from everyvbere. -
C. WALL W. C. T. U.WANTED Yearly hundred of thousand ofadvmiunq
Catalogs circulated by in om SOU nemspapen. on highway
SIKDS; and through ST ROUT
Big Cay Oif>< ; :: NOW and raw, the rncfil of STROtT'S tuctcfiful National.

STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYPhone AGENCY i A few million more Chri>tiar*. to 147 11' STIlOUT abenning Uu.s program waded at no tree.STROUT addillOlW, C05L NO SALE NO PAY. Boollct HOW'.

Phone 146 I join\ our Ranks to help createPublic Call St, REAL AGENCIES ..
I Sentiment to Outlaw
45 Washington St at S A L Depot I Starke. World's Largest Ojjicet xuMo-Costf Sintft 1900'
!! 200 E. Call Street i DRINK .As Washington, Officials ,
WHITE
SEE. OS PHO.VSF.
Starke Fla.
Starke toted to do with Commun- Fla. J

bm. t C HOLLIXGSWOPhone >RTH. RepresentativeStarke.


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