Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 24, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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0//i *County Publication Established In 1879

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'I Tobacco Revenue Paints Bright Spot .City Calls Special Run-Off Election

_ _;; L __ On Dismal County Farming Picture :I.L To Settle Lawson Noegel Dispute

Nearly a quarter of a million'a.nyther farm, and 4) He must

d:>lIars in tobacco checks to grow- I have had at least two years experience -
C/700-C/ioo Carries CheerleadersBradford Council Selects 'Easiest And Fairest'W
ers proved to be the one bright i m the last five years of

,spot in an otherwise disastrousyear growing tobacco as a tenant f aim -

for Bradford County growers -I er or sharecropper. A veteran W or To Settle Explosive Vote DisputeA

according to figures released required to have only one year

OFF TO TIlE HOSPITAL goes Mrs. Lucille Cook of Waldo who this week by George Huggins I experience if he applies ,for hft.; special run-off election on Oct. 26 will decide the, contested -

was injured Monday when her car plowed into two others that had ,county agent.Increased I allotment within five years aftet .... City Council post dispute between Ewell Lawson and

halted for a train near B. T. Thomas' saw mill. Mrs. Cook, the &e'idt'nt'Ji -' production of 408,297 his discharge. | W. H. (Billy) Noegel. The City Council voted this week, to

( only casualty, buffered several fractured ribs and chest in- lbs. for the past season compareswith I New grower applications ar$ call the new election as the easiest and 'fairest way to settle

juries. 325,713 Ibs. for the previous I handled through the office of( the controversy between tie two candidates.

I,I: year. Cash income so far with j':County Agent George Hugging The City Council, minus Lawson who disqualified

i|an appreciable amount still to be I but they are reviewed and passe4 himself, made the decision Monday[ night after canvassing

Local Pair Freed From 10-Year Terms I approved, totals $146.714.94, as !upon by a farmer committee the! last week's election returns and finding them "ambiguou.-,
i compared with the final figuresfor Agricultural Stabilization contradictory. and inconclusive" with respect to Lawson and

Action Of State Pardon Board the previous year of, I committee Conservation is governed Committee.by definite The, !Noegel.
By 5153,578.72. Average prices paid I The tired and disgusted inspectors -

per pound have not yet been de.:J I''inents.regulations in awarding allot Burton Walker\ Co. I after trying unsuccessfully

termined, but it is estimated thatit I I II to come up with an acceptable

Bhunt Freed Cain Pardoned will range between 50-55 cents, N. J. Davis, J. W. Kelley, and I i count in the tense and confused

I ES compared with the average: ,Aubrey Hazen form the newly I! atmosphere of the counting room,
: elected committee that will take. Submits Low Bid certified two contradictory countsas
47.1 cents
IIHeCanGetSuitable From 10-Year rrice for last year of I
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office in October. being correct and sealed up
JobCalvin Arson SentenceHorace I per pound.A review of the tobacco situation Farmers who grow tobacco) I Starke the Their ballot report box. left it to the
: {without an allotment are sub- .. 'On PavingBurton up
I by County Agent George. I Councilmen, acting as a Board of
W. Cain, win was lect to a penalty of 50 per cenl
Blount was granted a Huggins follows: I High's cheerleaders led pep yells and songs from the "40 I I Canvassers. to decide which count
sentenced to 10 years in 1952 for cf the average price of the pre-
week j Flue-cured tobacco is well suited I and last week. The locomotive Walker ConstructionCo. I was to be considered official when
conditional pardon this by I hiring two men to burn down a I cpdineyear's crop. and tVn they 8" locomothr during the pre-game parade II '

the State Pardon Board it a job :log house used for storing tobacco -I to Bradford County and the coun.I will be allowed only very small.,, U in Starke to help the Legionnaires advertise their new I was the .low bidder on 10.7 they election.declared The the Council results of the
has for I sidestepped -
I ty a relatively high yield
can be found for him so he can I drive. miles of
belonging :0 J*>fr and Basilla..H li'otments.' membership : paving of Starke city the
explosive certiu-
issue by
the The I
his mother. I crop. average produc.'I
support of Granam was given a -- -- streets with a bid of $239.260, the ling that James A. Lewis and Lu-
tion of our 111 farms was I

was 18-year-old sentenced to 10 Lawtey years youth on a cprvr.g ccnditional less pardon than tnui six week months after in !1,250 pounds per acre as com:\ Bradford High Meets St. Leo In Dade City Tonight State Road Department announcedthis

manslaughter charge two years p:. >on. I pa red with a state average that week. The firm is already Unsolved MysteryThe

ago knife.for The killing youth his and father the 'with father ai fall Ft term Uowing of Circuit his convicti Court)n in at 1952 the, ,has 1.147 increased pound only yield slightly per acre froma ir: [ Tornadoes Open Season With 19-0 Win Over Macclenny working the county.L. on several. projects within special run-off election

were engaged in a heated argu- 1952. L. I II i K undoubtedly the easiest and
to the Hall Orange
Jain's: attorreys pealed Park
aj! was
Sixteen farms selected from al: I fairest to settle the Law-
ment over the father's insistence j way
that Calvin a 75poundcake t f'.or.da Supreme Court and he ',narts of the counter for: their J Bradford High's Tornadoes will I up his line. : Individual yards from scrim- I the low bidder for the second time II III !son-Noegcl squabble, but it also
carry under I in three wseks *
of ice to the car. was g'ven bail his heed outcome;>In of high yields for the 1954 croo with-Ij ioumey to Dade City tonight to : The Tornadoes uncorked a surprising -JiDBf qSiH! paojpBaa ::3eoz county projects. This on week's two other bids leaves Stark: with a first class!

$5,000 pending i cut the use of irrigation show an r neet St. Leo in a non-conference p ground attack and a stiff son Jl in seven tries, D. Elder 25 I mystery'
Blount received his pardon i i I I were 18,553 lower the
this legal action.; iI I[average yield of 1,925 pounds pert:I lootball: game. The Starke eleven defense last week to topple Mac in 10 tries: Kirkland 61 in 15 tries: than previous Who actually won the first
the of Parole ;
against opposition bids
Commission Chairman Francis Tie appeal was desilel by the' acre. The highest yield per acre i*Kill be seeking their second ,clenny 19-0, for the second straight ,Godwin 45 in 11 tries; Martin 35 i for the two jobs. ('lection? Or was it a tie?

Supreme Court in February 1934anu ; on. these farms was 2224 pounds jS traight win of the season. year in a row. BHS backs churned in 2 tries; and .Brown five in one : The company bid $84,558 for I Guess we'll never know.
who said that the
Bridges boy was ,
Correctional the mandat? received by the |with the lowest running 1,776 Starke overpowered St. Leo by through the line and skirted ,try. Macclenny Raulerson 16 ,the paving of SR S-237 for 2.3
the j
disciplined at Apalache -
Institute for refusing to .Ilcik of the Court here oa March ,pounds. |*2-0 and 26-0 scores in the last the ends for 202 yards on the rain- in eight tries; Brinson 27 in 13 !miles from the Santa Fe River cian O. Hazen were elected Jerry

obey the rules. 15. I Not all of the county's tobacco(I two L years. Coach James Hobbs soaked field. I tries; and Jones minus five in five I north to SR 18 in Hampton. Thecompany's Gay was defeated and that th >

Or. March 13 Sncrlff: P. D. Ked1u 'growers are in this class. Fifteen I;said this week that he knew very Starke's first score was set up tries. previous bid was Noegel-Lawson vote was imon-

Acting Gov. Charley E. Johns >
left the decision up to the Pardon from As*in; Governorurley .730 pounds per acre with the ( this is their first game ,>f the traveled only 13 yards to the Mac STATISTICS $107.936 for the paving of 3.6 The Council then proposed a run-

Board but he did make the following E. Johns. "This is your i lowest yield being 390 pounds ,!season. Hobbs expects some of :clenny 34. Harold Godwin drove'First downs Starke 12 Iac.4 miles on the Griffis Loop Road as f off election to decide the mater,

statement when asked by authority witiincld action i>f m-I i The low producing farms apparent-i!St. Leo's highly rated trackmen 'four yards through the middle on1 I Yds. 202 33Yds. compared with an earlier bid of and both candidates accepted. The
of State R. A. Gray how I rushing -
Secretary for.-cment court orJ?r <-.!se Horace jlv Hid rot apply soire practice in'I;1 1I to furnish the team with plenty of the first play. Ronald Brown recovered -|I I 33 43 117918. I special election was considered the
he felt about the passing
case: I I"It.s Jaxon only solution short of a bittercourt
CJn unti further 'production Construction low
Washington requirements for t&- speed. his own fumble on second i was
I I ( Ttal yds. 217 86
I I in which the
a pretty bad case. I feel rotified." I bacco. Some of the highest and : Hobbs: said he would start the down, and then Clifford Martin Passes 2 5 bidder on 3.8 miles of paving on I fight issue
sorry for his mother. I was very On March 25 th? Sheriff revived -I lowest yields came from neigh-:1:same line-uo that he employe 1 rroke loose around right end for I I Passes completed1 5 SR $.225. from Sampson City to, ,could be settled.

sympathetic when she pleaded for another notice irom the 1boringfarms. ,. -+last' week. ll.. ;Stanley Clark 't.o'yards and a first down. 1 I Passes intercepted 1: 0 SR 227. The bid was $120.388 I The City Code provides that the

his release. But Til leave the de-I Acting Goverror .as follows "You I I Flue-cured tobacco is one of the j jj 1 1I remained on the doubtful list with 1 Charles Kirkland made six yards I Punts 2 5 i for the project.Hospital. Mayor must call an election 3Gdays (
to the voting. MayorJ.
___ iion to you other members"I will please d'siegarJ my former :his sprained ankle. two carries the ball to prior
I basic under governmentnrire en to like
'ftIps A dist. 33 28
I i I 1 vg. punts I R. Wainwright selected Oct 26
think this boy ought: to be I telegram concerning Horace Wash- supports and its planting is I Hobbs praised last week's deiensivp !the 12-yard line. Godwin was I I Yds. punt returns 3t 0I as the date since it is the first

given back to his mother. He was I irgron Cain. P.eprlevevill. not ,under an established acreage: i I plav by Tackles Gary II stopped for no gain. but on fourth I I Kickoffs 4 1 : Group Tuesday following the 30-day
:16 when he killed his father. There w_' ranted. I 'Garner and Guard down Elder dtove six
: :allotment. Those farmers already ,I' Jimmy Weldon DeWayne i iI A,'g. dist, kickoffs 43 50 period. Lawson will continue to
was some provocation the;:, -**' was conur-itted to prison well Kenneth Elder, and Halfback Sid I yards on a quarterback sneak fr: I Tells Fund Needs
erowinsr tobacco are pleased i iwith I II Y ds. kickoff returns 20 49 serve on the Council until he or
father was a heavy drinker." I I 3'i ilarch 27 by Sheriff Re.-liish. I'I'I the support program but |ney JackFin. He said he was ex- a first down. Fumbles 3 2 Noegel is properly installed following -

Bridges expressed his oPPosi-1 I Part of the testimony in Cain's .I III othr farmers are disappointed ,rwrimenting this week by slaving Godwin carried the ball five Fumbles lost 1 2 To State Agencyi the run-off.

tion to the boy's release. I behalf at the hearing before the Garner at guard and switching yards to the one-yard line and he I
I hv the fact that they can not: fit | Penalties 5 2 I The normally routine canvassing

Blount had a record for "pulling II I II State Pardon Board was a letter ]into the program. I Edwin Johns to tackle to balance scored on the next play. Elder Yds. lost penalties 45 20 i The Bradford County Hospital meeting was filled with spectators.

p knife" on other people before'[I from Mrs. Aileen S. Cail owner!I Allotments are given to farmers j converted and the score stood: .Corporation met yesterday I Thurs, The inspectors were excused from

the slaying of his father. jof the log house who wrote that ]1 1i following certain regulations I ? .{'.'.,,,, Starke 7. Macclenny 0. r day) with a member of the State' the room at the suggestion of

He said the Parole Commissionhad i she did not believe[ Cain hired j which are handed down from -'. .'j"'?: The Tornadoes scored again j Improvement Commission to dis.: City Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr.

no work plan for the boy. the men 1.:> do the job. The house Washington. Among these early in the third quarter on a in case they might be called as
regulations : '. ," |cuss the hospital's financial situation -'
and said his release was "not going I was valued at only $1,500, while pre: 1) The farmer must sustained drive from: their own I i according to Charles Hardy: I'witnesses later in the evening

to be good." the 9.000 pounds of tobacco stored live on the farm. 2\ He must derive --, !30-yard line. Charles Kirkland I II president of the Corporation. Attorney Mack Futch, representiing I

i'I in it, belonging to the Da\'ises,1| more than 50 per cent of his I I snarked the dr \'eth 9, 11, 21 I II I [ I' Lawson, presented a formal

Prospects Dim (was valued at $5.000. II | income from the farm, 3)) He can I Ii and 5 yard runs before plunging Hardy announced last weel: protest on the way in which the

I I Actually at the time of the fire : not have 'an interest in tobacco on i! ... over for the score. Elder's kick that the Hospital Corporatior I i re-count was handled. He stated

i Davis was making payments onj i :, I was blocked and the score stood: needed $20,000 to bring its fund' that the second count was questionable -
For Pecan :
Crop I within the lowest bid foi'
Starke -- reach of since the election insper--
I the log house. in a purchase 13 Macclenny 0.
( County Voters UrgedTo i ""
but'' Starke --A .. --...; the hospital construction. He saic I'tors I had become so confused that
took .
j agreement with Mrs. Cail to the air for their --,. I
Prospects for a pecan crop this stopped them after the structure | R qister Annlv i 'I final score in the fourth quarter I -)W MN.w4rA- : -- I he had in mind trying several I they began the re-count three

all the from half II -__ "", sources in an attempt to raise!s I times before completing one. they
year range ,
way was burned. j jI For Absentee Ballots Kenneth Elder set uo the score byrec'vering I 'It\'w\t' ; -. ...'-"''A'.". tWI \!, I
( I 'lNIi I counted
a ballot and
down to individual the I
a crop yields money.
I Arlie Brought and Calvin i a Macclenny fumbleon I
I II \ i2ad J l.'U'' ',
"just to make : The hospital was expected. t<(<) their count was continuously ml.terrupted -
big enough a messot Starling who pleaded guilty to )I Bradfo"d County voters haveuntil : the Macclenny 35-yard:: line.DeWavne ---- 'i- I
I but the lowest bi I by outbursts from
I $323.000.
fudge. burning: the house and tobacco | Oct. 2 to register for this Elder passed to Town- I cost
Jim Chastine, of Brownlee and and said they were paid $50 by fall's general election if they have 'tl: Fend Strickland for the score on omitting several services wa:, |

Chasteen, estimates that there will i Cain to do the job. were sentenced not already done so. Mrs. Marian ;l""f I the first flay from scrimmage S314 563. I count Futch is also said that the first

he about a 50 per cent crop, basedon ;I to five years and have served Crosby. supervisor of registration I, '''' \ Elder's kick was wide and the 4 and that normally a second considered count is legal not

the assumption that some trees I approximately: half of their terms. said new voters should not fail to I I I "core stood: Starke 19. Macclenm Starke Guard legally possible without a court

will bear as heavily as last year, ) At the trial. Cain's alleged motive -'legister before it is too late. |I I x 0. order.
others will have and Mrs. Crosby said she is taking i
few. I
very been ill Quarterback DeWayne Elder Full
was said to have i ; StrengthFor Attorney Hollis Knight repre-
hence the will be about applications for absentee ballots j I ,
average kept several Starke drives rolling
feeling resulting from an autoMobile senting Noegel contended that the
half a crop. and now. She added that the deadline I i f'k by key fourth-down decisions. second count
accident involving him I First Time was.a re-check rather
Other reports are not as optimism "members of the Davis family ser- for applying for absentee ballots j I I Elder, drove fir two first downs than a re-count. He said the

One grove owner who said eral is Oct. 28. |I and Kirkland for one on fourth- Starke's National Guard unit.. election inspectors were merely
years ago.
he sold $60 of nuts from one tree I ii She cautions voters of Starke1 I Townsend Strickland grabbed a down plays. Two drives were Clifford Martin made two timely Hq & Hq Co. Second Battaliont 'checking their work at the request

last 'ear. said that the yield this Dr. Felos i that registration for the recent 35-yard pass for Starke's third I stopped short by no gains onI end runs! for long gains in las 124th Infantry Regiment has i i of the candidates.

year would be nothing. Still another BuysWhispering i city election
reported gloomily that he'd Pines j i wards registration for the county. i I the first time since it was acti- apparently more confusion during

be lucky to get enough to make a Mrs. Crosby can be found in the )i vated on Nov. 19, 1946. :I the first count than the second

cake with. Dr. Pete G. Felos said this week County Clerk's office in the court- Winton Parrish Council Hears Engineering Firm Offers Recent enlistments in the unit count. He said that the tallying

Last year was a good pecan that he purchased Whispering house. Named As Deputy were Donald Ray Griffis, Hugh E. i changed hands several times andi
Pines Motor Court from T. R. Crosby, Kenneth K. Mott, and that two unauthorized persona
This is "off" and
veer an year '
1 nnell for $10,000 recently. Felos Cattlemen Plan A new deputy sheriff to co..t'rI Ralph S. Thomas. These men 'were permitted to tally the \otea
'he Ions summer drought did not Starke's ServicesStarke's .
hurt the i-rop. according to reports said that Connell will continue as I northern Bradford County, Winton On.Revamping Utility helped the unit obtain a goal it /during part of the counting
manager of the court which is Special ProgramFor has been trying to reach since Knight! said that the election
as the trees did not set many Parrish, of La "te)'. was named
located on U. S. 301 south of I shortly after World War II. officials further confused the
nuts Next Meeting this week by Sheriff P. D. Reddish. City Council spent a blank. matter
Starke. I II by returning two counts.
Applicants are still being accepted -
Parrish will take office as soon
I Mayor J. R. Wainwright informed -
of their regular "Election officials
major portion j have done
September 24th meeting of the as a radio is installed in his car, 'I by the unit said CWO A. L.
meeting Tuesday night hearing I the Council that he was going Crosby, unit administrator. some mighty strange things in I
Definitely 'Open' For Bradford Cattlemen Association and details concerning a bond are "
I I to declare "Clean Up Week" in] Florida, he said, "including hiding
has been postponed to meet on the completed. proposals from various consulting I Crosby expects two men will be I
with "Fire PreventionWek' the ballot box. But
I, conjunction this is the
to enter i
30th so that a very special pro Reddish had asked Dick Thomas, 'engineering firms on overhauling discharged soon some first time
October 4 9. they've ever submitted
on through |I branch of the He i
gram can be presented at 7:30: p.m Lawtey. to take the job but his 'the city's utilities. The Council regular services. two counts."
The Council instructed the City :
said the guard had one applicantso
ill the Lion's Den.
not approvedoy then deferred action on the mat-
appointment Clejk, to mail out notices toi far, and itiU need others to candidates readily accepted ;
i Weather conditions in many the Lawtey City Council, due ter until they could study it fur- the run-off election
states have seriously affected tie i property owners of certain un- fill openings that will develop in as ;
I 110 the fact that Thomas is no.vserving ther. best of
way settling the matter.
sightly areas to have them cleanedup. the next few days.
condition of pastures and will reflect .
Town )la11iuaU.I
j as The Council upon the motion of If the owner does ;, B. Neither c.andidatelJ be charged :
on the amount of hay available porperty Hugh Ingram Jr. was recently -
I Parrish, who was recently in- Ewell Lawson and seconded by a qualifying fe! for the run-off
for winter feeding. Production :not comply the city will clean up promoted to Major. He is election.
jured in an automobile accident
of gram crops has also been cut George Kopetousos closed Julian the lot and assess the cost againstthe presently assigned as operations
irom which he has recovered was t
short.: It is quite natural that Ft. by the city's pumping station property. I II ani training officer for the
: the Canal
Uormerly employed by
conditions: like these will have some Timber Corp. as overseer of their and Main and Phillips Streets on, W. T. Jackson moved and Ewell I Second Battalion, 124th Infantry. Teachers Attend
effect on the cattle program for school property. The two mea- Joseph N. Warren was recently
"Wrest interests. Lawson seconded a motion requesting -
the next few months. sures had been introduced and discussed 'I promoted to Sergeant First Class fEA Meeting
that the State Road Department -
Dr. E. W. Cake marketing spe- Electric Service at previous meetings.The I reimburse Starke for after graduating from the Advance
i.ahst with the Agricultural Extension NCO School at Ft. Benning Ga. i Monday will be a holiday for
also unanimously
Service is going to give May Be Interrupted I,voted to change the time ot their i streets.its engineering The survey survey is of normally the city ,i iI SFC Frank W. Dryden Jr. is 'Bradford I, County's school children

the story as to what might be I .presently attending the radio mechanics as the county's teachers will attend -
meeting from 8 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.Icn :included in the cost of a road j
expected for the near future. His | Owing to construction on Road .: projject course at Ft. Benning. I a Fourth District. Florida
the and third Tuesday of
information will be based on 100 it is necessary that water and i I each month. which the state undertakes. i ii j jI i i Cpl. A. Q. Smith has received Education Association meeting at

!u-eords he has compiled on the ,electric service be interrupted in i I Riley Wasdin, plant superin- 'I I;I orders to report to this school on the Jasper High School. The

livestock program.J '!that area from time to time, Riley 1 The Council heard M. G. Mc- i I tendent, showed the Council the Oct. 6.The district is made up of Hamilton,
!Wasdin. superintendent of Starke's :Millan on the flaw city map. II I I
E. Pace. associate animal industrialist Lafayette.
effects that voltage regulators i I quarterly pay schedule has Bradford Suwannee
Light and Water Plant, said this |McMillian: requested that the city ;I'! !
will review and stress been changed for Guardsmen and Columbia, Union, Gikhrist, and
week until construction is certain unnamed streets i had upon maintaining a steady I
com |name city I
the urgent need for putting into I I the local men expect their check Dixie counties.
Polaroid j-Minute Phittos by tht- Telegraph leted. Affected will be sections and change the names of duplicating .' Voltage to consumers.
practice a program to meet the t ( power to arrive this month for July and The teachers win hear a key-
OPEX FOR Bl'SLNESS" was no idle slogan for Russ Eberle's 'of the south of Call Street.
City streets. The Council post' I Wasdin showed charts that demon-
August. will
conditions that will be outlined by They then be paid note address by-Dr. Ray V. Sowers
tavern List \\eek. Eberle has the whole front of his building torn, Dr. Cake. Mr. Pace will discuss Wasdin stated that all interruptions -,poned the matter and Instructed I l.strated the work of the voltage :every three months. The average of Stetson University who has

down in a remodeling job that will eventually cover the entire 85j : ,breed:ng. feeding and management in service will be remedied ..McMillan: to prepare the mar, .regulators that the city is now Quarterly payroll for this unit is ;i wide field of service in educational"

ear-old structure. practices. i as soon as humanly possible. with the questionable street:; using on a 30-day tn.\l has": ;about $5,300. 'I and social work.


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I YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYY fTfTTTTTTTVVTTTVyTTTTTVT'i Mrs. J. %V. Harvey spent Sunday' once each week for four consecutive said Complaint will be taken as con ::
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHOLDEST : weeks In the Bradford County Tele-/ fessed by rou.
afternoon at Silver Springs.The 'I graph. .
; Thi. notice .hall be published
MASTHEAD LONG BRANCHby BIG DADHappenings Baptist Church gave a birth- Dated this 9 day of September. once each week for four consecutive (
FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY. UNDER THE SAME 1954. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph .
day party for everyone whose ,
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby I :
Published e\ery Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under Mrs I. L. Stricklandand I birthday came in Sept. and there I Clerk of the Circuit Court Dated this; 7 d.it if S"IIt..n.1''r. t
By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.'' 19i4;
the Act of March 3, 1879. Jimmy Lang I were IS present. I I 910 4t 10 OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I
Mrs Stone 101i i! Clerk of tte Circuit C'jurtfiy .
Mary mother from
; NOTICE TOPPIUR I Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
I, I Ga. was visiting tB Circuit Court Bradford t 9 10 4t I'i 1
Well Folks we want you to ,over the weekend. ;: Florida In CSneery.Ruth I t
i -
ij Lazenby Plaintiffs. John f', :- - I[ --.-. _,. i
know we are proud to say we : jI j William Lazenl. Defendant. I 4 -- -- -- --- -. -
Will New And New Methods I 7
Crops i are "RIGHT' UP IN THE| Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dukes and Case No. 10-667
I PAPERS!" Not i children visited the E. McKay Named I j Notice To Appear.To
many days ago, Lloyd Barrys'I : John illiam Lazenby. whose I
Save The Small Farmer? I one of the planes flying over us I:of Brooker Sunday evening. :To Appraiser Group I II|II residence Mm. Lazenby and address 59th ARS is:, A/3C APO John 616, I COLONIAL

in this neck of the woods crashednot !>: Betty Saunders says "to tell'' I c/o P. I" New Turk X. T.

What is the future for farming in Brad- though there are four markets, buyers are I I too far from here, the pilot'i everyone interested not to worry ;, S. E. McKay Keystone Heights j.suit You for are hereby notified that a FLORIST l

ford .County? sometimes far from numerous. Any or all bailed out and drifted to the about them moving out of their !realtor has received notification Divorce custody, control and I

After the heart-breaking losses so many of these points are open to question. but if I Clay Hill School house, called for present residence because there's i!of his election to Senior member- .1 has support!been filed of minor against child you in the
the help and in a very few minutes no such luck," we're stuck for :ship in the :above named Court and cause and FLOWERSFor
farmers have suffered in recent seasons. they are even nearly correct. then picture I Society of Residential 'you are required to serve a copy of
it may be well to review the situation as it for farming in Bradford County is far a helicopter came to pick him up. life. Appraisers, an international organ- 'I your answer or pleading to the complaint AU Occasions I
This was the first I on the Plaintiffs, Attorney
'copter the :Mary Roberts and friends enjoyed -
is today. It is probable that many farmers from bright. I ization with headquarters in H. V Knight. Starke. Florida.
I children had ever seen so the Lake Butler and Jasper and file the original in the office of PHONE 218
wonder- We took to Agent Chicago. McKay attended
have been doing some deep thinking the question County a
it was a new experience for them. football at Lake But the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I Ii
ing if it is possible to make a living at farm- George Huggins and he offered the follow- I I game Friday course in appraising at one of or before the 11 day of October j t
I They probably write a good ler. the large universities last 1954; otherwise the allegations 01I
ing in this County any more. ing suggestions: I Ii summer.
on the
Although the last Federal Census of "Finding new crops may help the situa- j[essay helicopter's appear- Everett Moore of Blackshear, Purpose of the organization is to i .
Agriculture in 1950 shows a total of 768 tion. Soy beans are a possibility, and sweet I j -We had Ga. was visiting the Ned Cole-'raise the standards of appraising. ;I FILL DIRTGOOD I i 1
our first P T A meeting mans over the weekend and Rev. !
farms in the County that figure includes potatoes are another. The latter may be I1 I I
Sept. 14 started the meeting and :Mrs. Curtis Harris were their, DISH GARDENS
all farms down to three acres and hence grown successfully now that new insecti-I'on .NOTICE TO APPEAR RICH
| time and had i
a good Sunday guests.
program I.
realistic number of farms cides have been discovered which are"effec- ] Circuit Court Bradford Co..ty.Floridat POTTED PLANTSPOTTERY
does not give a
with twenty grown people inI Mr. and Mrs. Harold Neumans'! Chancery.Annie
which are self-supporting. tive against the sweet potato weevil."A 1- house I.I Ma>'beil Saundrrx I'l.iinnff TOP SOILSee
so e outside who spent the weekend with relatives \--riarenie Alexander Saundeis Defendant I
County Agent George Huggins tells us little farm flock of hens is a must for have been in the house; I in Tiftqn, Ga. Cast \(). 10671Notice i

there are actually about 400 farms large every farm. A farmer in this County who ,,We considered t',:.3 as good attendance Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hill and : Clarence To Appear.To Alexander. Saundei- I Flowers II'iredAnywhere

enough to be classified as such and estimates had not been in favor of a batch of laying I j! as the e was a meetingat Leamon Norman of Miami was i('whose known residence and address i>-:

that about 200 are run on a part-time basis, hens acknowledged recently that the flock the Ebenezer church which visiting :Mary Lou Norman and i Iou are hereby notified l'n-I BILL JACKSONJackson

where the farmer "works out" to earn most was helping make ends meet now. some of our members were obligedto j family last week while her father- I has suit been for filed divorce against you in the.. Transfer Compan;

of his living. To complete the statistics, he "An opportunity exists in both broiler attend and we had rain about !in-law was ill. Glad to hear he above named Court and cause and\ Nona St. Starke

states there are 106 tobacco allotments in and egg production in Bradford County. With all afternoon that day. When j is feeling better. I you your are answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy com-of Phone 165 _

the County. enough egg production. the business couldbe tune came to go to the school ", Marklee Raulerson, son of Mr. plaint on the. Plaintiff's Attorney. I :: _. : _-._"__ __ _, _. /
Dandelak Dawson & S However, regardless of the exact number, organized as it is in Duval and Putnam I house the rain was really coming land Mrs. Ernest Raulerson has 1 Smith Building Jacksonville. '
/ "
we all know that there are a lot of farmersin counties. down good and hard we went j been working this summer in Jack-;!end Florida.file the original in the office .1W J.j':'
the County. We have the two mines a "Although the outlook for this strawberry anyway! and were glad we could :'sonville left Sunday to take up Iof I|i' the Clerk of the Circuit Court on\ n/l Ajif ttV..1 .
'or before the 11 daof Odohei
clothing factory maintenance shops, and season is not good. it is possible for go even through the rain we need- :his studies at Florida Christian i I 1954.:; ; otherwise the" allegations i ,
ed the rain and we needed to at- College. I I said Complaint will be taken as confesed ,
business to make
several other establishments but primarily berry a strong come- by I
Bradford is an agricultural county. back with the new virus-free :Missionary :tend the meeting, so we were I Mi and Mrs George Seely and This notice you.sr.ku btt published I A SUPER-COOL

That being the case let's ask a few plants and the further development of the 'j' thankful for the rain and thankful AlttnuemiHtFrom 1
we could attend the meeting. Mr. I! L DII ITONIIWEENEND .
questions. Florida 90. The Experiment Station is ,
Long and Mrs. Kearns
Is the soil fertile? Without getting working on the leaf spot trouble with the both gaveus I S'
where sit Joe Marsh
inspiring talks on the P T A II .. ly
technical about it. we believe that the soil latter at the present time. ;
work and we thank them very'
is good. enough with the exceptions whichwe ome of the best potential pasture land much for coming out to be with 'II i --
discuss later Proof of the fact that it in all Florida is located right in Bradford ONLY
us even though the weathei
was $11 pet pertoo
is good may be seen by the excellent crops County opening the way for the further development -:I unfavorable! After the meeting Slugger Wins double occINLUDES

which are grown around here. Yes the soil of the stock raising industry. I we had a social hour whit all '

seems to be fertile enough. However, soil tests have shown conclusivelythe enjoyed very much. It seems the "Home" Game : I

How about the climate? On the pointof need for lime, both for row-cropping or that the folks from other placesare Room Friday & Saturday Nights
geographical location you hear a lot of pastures. All who wish may have their soils interested in Full Course Breakfast t Dinner on SaturdayFull
our work here \
SI rd
Slugger White,the home town'sstar From where I sit, igger'sD: : .
Course on Sunday
di cussion by farmers. Many maintain that checked for lime deficiencies free of charge. and are tring to help us in every his Mom
I I I hitter, dropped by the other had the idea. this area suffers from being too far north "Installation of more irrigation systems in way they can so let's all do our' of tend toe advice in
"tell lot
and to
I I day to talk baseball a us Excellent Cuisine Coif Covrse
for the winter crops which bring the high the County are a possibility now that the I part and then we can get help !I one" on himself. our terms without considering Spacious Rooms

prices and too far south to compete with Federal government has appropriated money I. and enjoy the work and our P T A !I Seems Slugger had been babythe other fellow's way of doing 2 Private Pooh Cabanas Private Beach

ether areas in other seasons. Or to use an for that purpose. Loans will be made by the can grow and prosper as it should. sitting. "I was doing just fine," things. Even in choosing your Green Intimate Cocktail lounge Dancing

illustration, green beans usually bring a Farmers Home Administration for 20 yearsat We are expecting visitors at our!1I he said, "until it was time for a favorite beverage, it's best to Putting

good price during the winter months; but 4 1-2 per cent interest. See Cliff Currie next regular meeting, Oct. 12 solet's I 'change.'I called Mom for advice. think of your neignbor. If you Planned Entertainment: Fisherman's Paradise.

in this area we cannot plant them until for details. I all be present if at all pos- : Still didn't get it right. Then Dad like tea,and I prefer a temperateset For Reservations

around the middle of February, and by the "This may be an important considerationfor .sible. We are planning an interesting me straight." glass of beer, we should both write' or wire Rush Slrayer,Gen.Mgi. ..r "r

time into production other Gulf the tobacco for with I program and hope all the and to
ours come growers, irrigationboth I 'Place the diaper like a base"play game" try understand -
coastal areas are also shipping and the price increased yields and better quality leaf'I will enjoy this program as muchas ball diamond with you at bat,' he e- other's pent of

drops Anyhow, it seems that this area is are a result. While the average yields of they seemed to enjoy the last said.'Fold second base over home view. A CRAIG HOTEL

not ideally located to market vegetables at tobacco are 1.100 Ibs. per acre, with irriga- one. Come on and be with us, I plate, and pin first and third base /') Z7
then tell
a profitable time. tion this may be greatly increased and often program if us you if :you didn't enjoyed- tell the usi I I on home plate.: That did it-with J:7, e t)1fA.) ""4/7 tuna azawDIRECTLT -
How about the labor situation? Perhaps doubled. no errors! {/
the less said about this the better for the "Granting that marketing is one of the that then tell us why on'e and I' ON THE "WORLD'S MOST FAMOUS BEACH"
help us plan the next
so -- -
matter of getting good help has already farmer's biggest headaches. he can help can enjoy it. you '' ( opsre't, l"'t. i 'I r' ,,,',,,', '., '1a DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

driven some out of farming and is a constant himself by keeping up with the newest I!
I ,
saw in last weeks Coun- -
source of worry to those who remainin varieties and following the best cultural Clay c___: .. -' -" '
I ity Crescent that the folic of''II' :: !
it08t farmers sum up the situationby practices. In the case of a new variety of 'Orange Park were disappointed ""-,, --'iiJE.-- > .__ ..-.= --' -.._ '"

saying: "You can't get any help, and string bean which is to be released next I'because they did not see me at ,

what you can get is a sorry lot". And so year, tests have indicated a yield of 350 to I the Clay County Council of the

farmers around here do not have a good 400 hampers per acre as compared with the \IP T A. Well I was disappointed

supply of help. average of 150 to 175." i I in not being able to attend but as ATTENTION

How about markets? At the present In conclusion Huggins stated that "In !Mr.' Strickland was feeling too

time. growers in this County have four the near future a joint meeting of Bradford 1 badly for me to leave him. na-

markets within easy hauling distance over County farmers and University extension :turally I stayed home. Hope I.

good paved roads. They have one at Starke workers will be held at Gainesville with the i can attend the next meetingI

one at Brooker. and two now at Jacksonville. express purpose of taking Bradford County's can't say anyone missed anything I

But buyers are sometimes scarce even farm situation apart and studying it in great (when they missed seeing me, but'

around a market. detail to see what helpful recommendationsmay I I do feel I missed something when

How about financing? It seems that at be made." I jl missed the instructions as well

the present time getting money for seed and Despite all the advances made in agriculture -f las the fellowship of the ones I

fertilizer and other farming operations is in mechanization, fighting insects I would attended.have met. if I could have

a rough deal. There was a time when a and diseases, and continuing research by I
grower could go to his supplier and get what Department of Agriculture scientists, uni- Mr. Strickland goes hack (t..

he needed to make a crop on his word alone. versity extension workers, and county the hospital this week for .
But nowadays that has changed to a large agents, farming is still far from a science.It major operation of r -
moving the cancer from his head
extent and with each succeeding bad season is a gamble. from beginning to end. I
covers almost
j half of his head<
farmers are finding it more difficult to But the trouble i is that our farmers in the I under the skin. We had to gf:

get adequate'financing.. County have been losing too much too long blood donors before this opeiat.on:

To sum up. so far. it appears that although and many are beginning to wonder if the would be performed some of his

our soil i is good, farmers have trou- cards are stacked against them. friends have donated the Wood

ble getting financing, trouble getting labor, We will await the conclusions of the con- we do not know who did but we PRODUCE

are not located in a strategic area and alDemetrius ference at Gainesville with great interest. I are very grateful t J the ones who WANTEDCOLLARD

|did this noble deed and thank them

PlaysAt life of Demetrius the Greek slave ing the first century. Debra Paget i!very much. We hope to be able .
lot "The Robe." Victure Mature I plays the Christian girl quietly I jto repay this kindness in some

Florida Theatre 'I who played the Slave's part in I enamored with Demetrius. I way some time. Again, we say

Sun., Mon., Tues. .! "The Robe" will star in the pic- Demetrius is lured into becoming -j thank you to the ones who donated
ture. I a gladiator by the wiles of this'I blood and we wish you health EGGPLANT '

"Demetrius and the Gladiators" ;i Other actors carried over from I Messalina in hopes of winning his 'and happiness.

beginning where "The Robe" left :"The Robe" are Jay Robinson as I freedom and a life of indulgence 'IOUI' daughter Betty (wen and
off will play at the Florida Caligula and Michael Rennie as among the Romans. He is won I husband are to stay here with me GREENS

Theatre Sunday Monday and ?imon Peter. Suzan Hayward is !,.:back to Christianity by Simon Pe- if I do not stay at the hospital OKRA

Tuesday.The added to the cast as il'ssalina. j ter. I j with Jim-anyway they are to stay
story is built around the the wickest woman in Rome dur- i! The picture equals or excels I here at the place while Jim is in PEAS
i the hospital. It is nice to have

children who will come in and CUCUMBERS .
r---------- i help you my daughter Joann. BUTTER BEANS

from Tampa offered to come too .
she may come in too and stay

ivOrud masiaf54'R .with along us. I who don't haven't see how children peopleget to SQUASH GREEN PEANUTS

_, come in and help when you; need .

i argue well children are a
wonderful help and joy in man

t fJOwPiItLI ways We should know, the two of

l us just have 12!
.r I Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. Sales Guaranteed on All Good Quality MerchandiseAt

__ V ENGINE |E. Faircloth Sunday were Mr
:and Mrs. W. D. Jones and Mis
Market Price
Volley Mosley.
than f : Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson is on the
l More power
sick list this week also her grand

any competitive son. Rickey Johns is on the sick
1 2 i 3I4 and I I1fan list.Babe PLENTY OF BUYERS AT FARMERS SHED

trucks l lV : Padgett spent the week
end with her son and daughter-

;;in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ernine Pad

I'gett.There weren't many at the PRODUCE TERMINAL

,Preachers and Laymens a:som--
i tion last Tusday: evening due f 1

the rain and the PTA meeting-

"The Robe" in specatacle The
:V straining, fighting gladiators
1 i,snarling tigers and shouting pop- JACKSONVILLE Inc.

DODGE *TRUCK .I'lace areividly portrayed
hr:>ugh Cinema Scope. ,

TIlE RIGHT POfXT for the Old Kings Road and Edgewood Ave. Ph.
HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. way you write. Come In and Reject -





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ryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy'j of Gainesville Visited her parents, Mrs. T. F. Brown and son, and Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall of suit for Alfonso William Redgrave, deceased has been filed against you in theabove confessed by you.
Divorce custody and control of j ; that she has filed her peti- named Court and cause and This notice shall be published once
the Frank Thomases Sunday. Frank, were business callers in Jacksonville.We minor child tion for final discharge, and that you are required to serve a copy of each week for four consecutive
Wilson May of Gainesville called Starke Saturday.Mrs. were glad to have Mrs. has been filed against you In Jie she will apply to the Honorable your answer or pleading to the com- weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
HAMPTON ,Theron A. Yawn County Judge of
I above named Court and cause and plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney graph.
j I on friends and relatives here Fri- Vernon Slade and Mrs. Fan- Mabel Sullivan back with us at you are required to serve a copy of (Bradford County, Florida, on the I Green & Green, Starke. Florida, Dated this 15 day of September,
eleventh of October1954, forapproval
Meads in Starke church looks well your answer or pleading to the and file the original In the officeof 1S54.
were shoppers Sunday. She I
of and for final discharge
by Bin. Wm. W. Hammond day.Mr. ny complaint on the Plalitlffs same the Clerk of the Circuit Court on OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
and Mrs. Sam Aldrich of Saturday.Mrs. and we hope she will soon be able Attorney T. Frank Landrum, I William as Alfonso Executrix Redgrave of the ,estate deceas of or before the 18 day of October. Clerk of the Circuit Court

.A IA IA AAAAAAAA IA AAA LA LA.. Pompano visited the G. W. Sax- Rose McIntosh of Daytona to attend church every Sunday. Starke, Florida, ed. on this 8th day of September, 1954; otherwise the allegations of Py Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
said will be taken 9 IT 10/S
and file the original In tbe office 01'1954. Complaint as U
Ellis Thornton of Starke calledon 1 ons last week. Beach is visiting her son, and Mrs. Henry Groomes of Orlandois the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Minnie L. Redgrave, Executrix of

his mother-in-law, Mrs. Mannie : Mrs. Iretta Gentry of Jacksonville wife, Mr. and Mrs. Glen McIntosh. visiting her brother-in-law and or before the 11 day of Oct. 1954; tbe estate of Alfonso William
the allegations of said
Marcionny, Monday. spent Saturday with her Avery Slade has his new home sister, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae. Complaint will be taken as confessed 9/10 4t 10 1 ,

Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Callaway of I parents, Mr. and :Mrs. G. W. Sax- near completion. While admiringthe She arrived Thursday of last ed yom. I Ii Packed.
This notice shall -be XOTICE TO APPE.tf
Gainesville, Mr. and :Mrs. Edward workmanship and conveniently j week and they attended church at once each week for four consecutive published i IB Circuit Court, Bradford County .
I on.Mrs. tells the Union Primitive Church I weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Florida! I. Chaarerr.
Feagle and Mr. and Mrs. Yar- A. G. Jordon and children, planned structure he me Baptist graph. I Peggy Atchison Swjgert. Plaintiffs with power

borough of State Farm were Sun- Princess and Paul, of Captola 1 I that unless he changes his plans I Sunday. Mrs. Groomes will return Dated this S day of September, \. Bennie Lee Swygert. Jr., Defen-
visited the J. W. Home's Friday. and installs gas stoves for cookingand home this week.TORNADO 1954. dant. Case No. 10-674
day guests of the G. W. Saxon's.Mr. I OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Notice T. Appear.
and Mrs. J. G. Adkins and They brought their son, Don, who heat and for lights he will Clerk of the Circuit Court. To: Ifennie Lee Swygert, Jr., i
ZIPPER BINDERS, By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. whose residence and address i<' Built.
have the out of
is. at the to move building
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Prevatt and a sophomore Universityof S rings, 150. Bradford County Tel- 9/10 4t 10/1 Green Acres, Irmo, South Carolina. ?
Florida. Hampton.W. I Your are hereby notified that a
visited in Macclenny Sun- I I
egraph. NOTICE TO APPEAR 1 suit for divorce, custody, control.
Three of Hampton's'young men, M. U. la Circuit Court, to last
day and along with Mrs. Adkins Bradford County. and support of minor child

sister, Mrs. P. L. Morrisand Wayne Matchett, Frank Brown The season of prayer for state Robert Florida J.In Neiser.Chanrery.Plaintiff, \s. Pa- I has been filed against you In the I _
above named Court and and
children and James Horne have taken mission was held at the First Bap- NOTICE TO APPEAR tricia Neiier, Defendant.Case. cause a
gave their father, J. W. up of
Circuit Court Bradford Coaaty. you are required to serve a copy
Priester, a birthday surprise SUJH: their studies at the U. of F. tist Church Thursday evening Florida I. Chancery. Notice To Appear No. 10-670 your answer or pleading .f> the com- I Priced. ato
Pearl (',. Salisbury. Plaintiff vs. plaint on the Plaintiff' Attorney
16th with ten members
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Starling of Sept. pres- To Patricia Neiser, whose residence -
I I I Joe Clarence Salisbury, Defendant Alan C. Winter, Jr., 508 Florida
per.Sgt of ent. Mrs. K. B. Watterson and Case No. 10-668 and address is: 45 Arden Title Building, Jacksonville...
Graham were Sunday guests
Charles Payne, U. S. Air I I Street, New York, New York. I Sell
Xntle To Appear.To and file the original In the office ot
Mrs. Don-Hill had charge of the are hereby notified that a
Force, from Japan and Columbus, I their daughter, Mrs. Frank Thomas Joe Clarence Salisbury, whose suit for the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
program with different members residence and address i.v: Unknown. or before the 18 day of October,
and family.Mr. Divorce,
Ga., visited his father, Holland You are Hereby notified :hat a custody, control and I otherwise the allegations of said McCulloch World'sLargest
and Mrs. Frank Thomas taking part. Special prayer for suit support of minor child By ,
Payne, and grandmother, Mrs. G. has been 'filed against you in the I Complaint will be taken as confessed -
W. Saxon, on Thursday. Cecil visited their daughter, Mrs. Dur- our work in the state were offeredby Divorce and settlement of property above named Court and cause and by you. I Ruilder of
Watter- you are required to serve a copy of This notice shall be published
Mrs. Horne and Mrs.
Wills of Columbus, Ga. was also a wood Dortch, at Gainesville Thurs- has been filed against you In the your answer or pleading to the complaint once each week for foul consecutive Chain Sat .
son. abort named Court and cause and on the Plaintiffs Attorney weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
guest. day.Mrs. you are required to serve a copy of T. Frank I
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer (Buddy) Reba Atkinson of Hampton During the business meetingnew your answer or pleading to the rida Landrum, Starke. Flo- Dated this! 15 day of September, timber timber Model 4-30
complaint the Plaintiff's 10a'reIt 1l1 -lay
Lewis and Wanda of S. C., is spending a few days officers were elected. Mrs. on and file the original in the office of 1954.
daughter, have MOMuooal ligbt weight
Attorney Williams & Futch. P. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby -illSC to a
Starke were Sunday guests of the with Mrs. Louise Manier and son, Margie Packham pres., Mrs. K. O. Box 188, Starke, Florida: or the before Clerk of the the 11 Circuit day of Court October on, I Clerk of the Circuit Court. Model 4-30 in root hand .if in eiptritnc The great sew Me.
Miss Betty .and file the original in the office By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. Cut
C. L. Gordon's at Charles. B. Watterson v. pres., 1954; otherwise the allegations of not to forget. It cue fast sad smooch Culloch Plume
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 9/17 4t 10/S
Mr D. W. Swindell is on the Marvin Birt is spending some Durling sect. treas., Mrs. Don or before the aid confessed Complaint will be taken as I NOTICE TO \PPE.tRI. even through the largest tree*. Ic'i Bow il arailablt oa
at his home here. Hill chairman. 11 day of October, 1954; you. Circuit Court Bradford County balanced to perfection lAd U loaded with Model 4.30, 47 and 33.
time program
sick list. otherwise said This notice shall be publishedonce
the allegations IT Florida: In Chancery. .
that make it UK McCftlloch
features a joy to Prices
Mr. and Mrs Durwood Dortch Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsyth, Mrs. During the social hour, Mrs. Complaint will be taken as con- each week for four consecu- Edith Sihoolie, Plaintiff, is Robert
tive I automatic dutch kickproof automatic rewind Sawt
fessed by you. weeks in the Bradford County Chain start atVThea
Earl hoolie, Defendantrase
Ronnie, were Packham and Mrs. Ruby
and Margie
Ina Knight son,
I This notice shall be publishedonce Telegraph. N .10-681 scatter, built-ia oiler, Jcouped eofia

__- --- __ ___ -.. -_o- Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Cooper served refreshments.The tive weeks each week In the for Bradford four consecu-County 1954.! Dated this 8 day of September, I Notice To AppearTo control and arUtion-tTpe carbUR oll. $19 8 75
Purvis Green and family at three Packham children : Robert Earl Sihoolie. whose
Telegraph. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby residence and address is: l'nkn.wn. All this lAd yet the McCulloch Model
Wash Your Clothes Heilbronn.Mr. sang a special trio at the meeting. 1954.Dated this 8 day of September, Clerk of the Circuit Court You are hereby notified that a 4.30 is priced amazingly low for the job it delivered

and Mrs. Varnes of Jack- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy 9/10 4t Clerk 10,1 suit of for minor divorce children custody and control does. Hens a saw that can pay for itself ,.-

9 Pounds sonville visited Mr. and Mrs. Ra- .....YTTTYTTTYTTTYTT.m 1 Clerk of the Circuit aurt before you realize it.
I 1
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF INTENTION TO M IKE
leigh Brannen Saturday evening. : 9/10 4t lOll AI'PI.U't'flOon .'n.\!. I I Oregon Chain now available for oil makes of saws.
For 40c! Mrs. Merle Packhamand LEVEL DIMHAItC.K ITCHME-NOT.
Rev. and PINE
!! NOTICE TO APPEAR Probate law 1933) ; IN 15 MINUTu'II
I children spent Monday evening I In Circuit Court. Bradford Ce..ty. In (curt of the Count) Judge, !rAfter applying Itch-Me-kof. yon
FREE Bleach If Desired!
Florida IB Chancery. Bradford County, II
with the Brannen family. Mrs. II. M. McraeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAUIU must be pleased or roar 40c backat
I by I II Kathleen C. Waite, Plaintiff vs. Mate of Florida FLORIDA SAW COMPANY
Ralph Williams visited Charles I WillIam Waite, Defendant In I'robatr. any drug store. Banish externally
Ward at Waldo Sunday. .iI.iI Case No. 10669Notice In re the Estate of Alfonso William caused itch of eczema ringworm 2727 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville, Fla.
I To Appear Redgrave, Deceased.TO in-
Irs. T. F. Brown and son, I Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall returned -I To: William Waite, whose residence i- ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: athletes foot poison fry -And-
and address is: 241 Catherine Notice is herebv given that Min- Beet bites, surface rashes. Today atmTClIELL'S
We Will
Frank, and Mr. and Mrs. K. B. home Friday from Atlanta, I':stieet: Leicester, England.You tL.. Redgrave has filed her final 1927 N. Marion St. Phone 1675 Lake City, Fla.
are hereby notiried that a report as Executrix or the estate of : DRUG STORE
Your Clothes fished and picnicked "
Dry Watterson, Ga., and Rev. Hall filled his regu-I ',.

For 20cIn near Brooker Friday. 'lar appointment at the Pine Level -

Bert Hinson Jr. of the Air Force (Baptist Church Sunday morningand

New Automatic Driers! spent the weekend with his father evening.The .

Bert Hinson Sr. H. M. McRae's spent Friday

Rothelle Jones spent the week- night of last week with their son-

end at the Navy Base in Jackson- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs

ville. T. N. Norman and son, Gerald, at I
The Washeteria/ Mrs Ida Parrisli of Earleton Heilbronn Springs. |

I Peach visited her daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas

Temple Ave Starke |i husband Mr and Mrs. Topsy : and children of Brooker were din- i

j [Brown and son. Randy, last week >: nei guests Sunday of Mrs. .

.. _._ -- -- _.= ....'] |Thomas' parents Mr. and Mrs. '''I'
H. -Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. W.

BEST RATES IN TOWNRepresenting j c.Mr Conner.. and Mrs. C. C. Cason and 1,

Mi and Mrs. Tommy Cason and !

;family attended the funeral of I

Mrs. Amanda Dyal last Monday

America's Largest Mutual Ins. Companies !| afternoon at the Swift Creek Baptist -
Church near Lake Butlwr.i .

COMPARE THESE SAVINGS i Visitors of the H. M. Mcfae'sSaturday

AUTOMOBILE 10 20' ; I I afternoon were Reed I Ii without -
|i McRae of Tampa, Mr. and Mrs

FIRE on DWELLING 20' < |M J. McRae and Mrs. Lillie Bridges -

of Starke, and Mr. and Mrs
A. F. Hall and children of Jack-

MOTELS 35 "' sonville. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sappof '

GARAGE LIABILITY 35Why Heilbronn Springs were visitors I W t s

Saturday night. \

More Ardelia, Ralph, and Dianne Hall I 1 : "

Pay of Jacksonville were among the /

young people who enjoyed the R'
V birthday celebration for Joyce

Crosby Saturday night; at the

Contact home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs ,

L. A. Crosby. They reported a :.

CONNER Bros. Insurance Agency nice Dinner time.guests of the H. M. Mc -" .. '. 1 s :

Rae's Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. <: .

129 W Call St. Phone 285 I Robert Myrick and children, and Y i

mother Sue Myrick, all of Starke; a 3


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ELECTRIC No doubt about it, sparkling ice-cold Coca-Cola % \ '

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helps set the pace for good times. % s. '

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No other soft drink has ever won the approval "-3 :'<\i'

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flon'Ja's a tronJerful place! There's more fun per square foot, of so many people. and the invitation to "Have a Coke" f .:.:?'<. 'et

here than anyubere else on earth...if you bait ooa 0

time to enjoy it. That's where ..... i is a byword for those Mho want ; /.'
Sunshine Semite comes in! I 00 ..
/ 5SSP*J +* KJfj6fc N With Reddy Kilowatt to to serve delicious, wholesome refreshment. r : .:
*tmfS > ? *S'46l fcN. :
', do the cboiesyon'U Toke it easy with modem electric < .-:-

: 4L' bate bat e\tra t cooking rtm year. Enjoy| the .
added cotefre convenience of
It \ leisure to enjoy automat time and temperature .
,' controls that do your pot..etching
I <, even happier -.
t : for you.
Honda Ining.

/ And this year is

; a good \\ear to c

add time-saiing,

1 ? ._$ laber-sjiiag Enpy" the new electric frying pan

electric sen ants- with, automatically controlled I
\ heal lust" check the fry chart and
ueu; impioitd models dial the eaac' heat specified
Your food will be cooked to deU-
'>; uete low terms. 1
Coos perfection e>ery nice. ,

; t See your dealer, now! .. This display at dealers is _

a reminder have Coke on ;?- tiN,

.f I i\\ r hand for parties, planned '_ ;
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Male fie \ole t CM nor VokicWeH. '
s tct>er Spc.*-Cook Eleco Otan cool', ei ctr>c counter
(000.n9 equipment can be I"
installed limbed
You'll be amazed at how little it costs'to operate ,ng and service spocespeedscck -meoni I

additional electric appliances in a typical Florida mo
home...just pennies a day I IM feet Streamlined results have design customer and appeal per-4, ;!:

too-mean higher unit sales!And .
f economical: operation produce : .
greater profits for you

jlff&ZCfr So pion now to install .!ectrcowiler <

(/tCt As you "step-up"your use cf enjoy the cooing difference equipment. -and ,'

7 electricity,you "step-deun"Jbe I

at' rage rate you pay Operating erw major -- '

i i. Ilk& appliances adds only a few pennies Jay to Jour ,

\ 4' electric bill. .)our t tiggest bargain., in better tiling! BOTTLED UNDER AUTHOIITT Of THE COCA. COLA COMPANY If i

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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER-. *.-4... -19M.--
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McRae Family Gathers For Visit !Mrs. Mattie Morgan Mrs. H. J. Waters :Baptist BrotherhoodTo I

'Chosen President !Had Party Monday Meet In Lawtey |

Of Legion Auxiliary For Kindergarten $5.00 REWARDFor 1

i .I The Xew River Baptist Associa-j

i The Post 56 American Legion L' Mrs. H. J. Waters entertainedat tional Brotherhood will hold a ] Information LeadingTo 1
Auxiliary met :Monday at 8 p. m. a lovely birthday party Monday regular meeting at the First Bap- '

;(Mrs. :Mattie Morgan was elected I celebration of her daughter,
Sept. 24 at S p. m. Rev. Carl WILLIAM WILKERSONor 1
president and Mrs. Cliff Currie Frances Ford's fourth Howell
....... . ., U birthday pastor of Murray Hill
----------------------- j iwas elected
i.-.a- I" chaplain for the com anniversary. Baptist Church Jacksonville, and 4

Mrs. Ovid Lewis Methodist Men ing year. During the party the young- the vice president of the Florida JOHN B. WATSON
Auxiliary's officers will be in- I sters enjoyed birthday games and Baptist Convention ;
Honored At Stork Held Ladies NightAt I stalled at a later day. The elec- I'I a birthday record after which they speakers. Everyone will invited.be the_ Call 67 Starke r rANrlOUNCING.

Ii Lr tion was followed by a business were taken for a ride around Lacy

Shower Last Week Supper Meeting ; 'meeting and by the appointment, j town in the 40 & 8 American Legion Conway, Sec-Treas j rj

I of committee chairmanships.I I :: engine driven by Bill Graham I .
honored The Methodist
Mrs Ovid Lewis was -
I I ,and O. P. Hutto.
I Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr. was
stork shower last entertained at Ladies Night witha I I
at a lovely ;
named chairman of the Americanism Mrs. Waters was assisted in 1
Thursday afternoon given by Mrs. covered dish supper Monday ,
committee; Mrs. I. E. Clark, kindergarten classmates of I
R. A. Colson Mrs. Robert Barks- evening in the Methodist Recrea- I Fran-I
I I child welfare; Miss Frances Mor- serving refreshments to We have moved our Retail Store from f
dale and Mrs. F. C. Hollingsworth.The tion Hall with M. W. Lance, president Call St.
ces by Mrs. Vernon Silcox
civil defense Mrs.V.. H. and
gan ;
party setting was at the serving as master of cere- I i Graham, community service; Mrs. Mrs. Clyde Priest, teacher. Also to our building: across from Big Dad Factory.We .

home of the latter on W. Madison monies.Mr. i Claude Crowson Girl's State; Mrs. present at the party were Frances' invite all our customers, Old and New

street. : Lance introduced Judge!' _jL. S. Hutto, membership Mrs. grandmothers, Mrs. Xf.: C. Ford J Jiof To Come In. j
Attractive of hi- Patten, and during I The children of the late ;
arrangements George speaker Barney and Louise McRae, one of the, oldest Walter Muhlhofer, and Jacksonville and Mrs. W. D. ,
biscus, dahlias and other fall flow- the program the 60 guests j i families in Bradford County, had a rare reunion Tuesday at the i poppy; I.Faxon.
Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr., rehabilitation. t FARM
ers were placed at points of In- were entertained by the girl's home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk. Pictured ((1 to r) are Mike Mc I After the party the youngsterswere HOME & AUTO SUPPLY

terest throughout the home for trio, JoAnn Slade, Babs Lance Rae, 80, Starke; Margie Underbill, 67, Starke; Xeotier Pete-he, 72, The Auiliary is now undertaking given favors of baby bottles I

the occasion. Appropriate games and Jackie Hobbs who sang two Jacksonville" ; Florence Haltiwanger, 7-1. Jacksonville filled with candy to the girls and ,
; Ella Xeal, 78, its annual membership drive. The -
were played and Mrs. Hugh Ingrain numbers. accompanied by Mrs. L. Gainesville; and McKae I --- i
Harley 82, Starke. Mrs. Underhill is Mrs annual dues are $2.25 and the I toy telephones filled with candy to iI
Jr. and Mrs. O. W. White D. Green at the piano. Babs Lancealso Paulk's mother. the boys. Mrs. Waters took I
| mov-
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'club is open to all veteran's wives.
Jr. were awarded prizes. sang a solo. ing pictures of the party whu-h
All of the collected by the
Mrs. Lewis was presented with Mrs. James Groover and Mr. Father Harry Turnier Local Women Attend ,club goes to money help disabled veterans 'will be shown in the kindergarten _

many lovely and useful gifts and Mrs. Jack Detweiler were when developed. I _
which were wheeled into the introduced as guests. Honored At Catholic BPW MeetingIn and their families. Micm _

room in a doll buggy decorated Church BreakfastFather
St. Augustine !\VCTU Postpones r
with pink bows. MethodistVSCS i Baptist Brotherhood ____
The hostesses served delicious refreshments Harry Turnier was hon- Misses Della Rosenberg, Pat i Ladies To Meet HereThe September MeetingThe

to the 16 guests pres- Has Monthly MeetingThe ored at a breakfast Sunday morn- Lambe and Madge Middleton, Mrs. _

ent. ing following Mass by St. Edward's Mildred Sapp, Mrs. Pauline To- First Baptist Church of September meeting of the
regular and busi- Laura Scott Union WCTU ha>- _
program Catholic Church parish. rode, and Mrs. Desta Dyal attended Starke invites the ladies of the I I
,ness meeting of the Methodist W. 'been postponed from 2-1 : .
The breakfast Sept. "
was held in the
a dinner, program and business New River Baptist Association __
C. S. met Monday at 3:30: Oct. 1, at 3 .
IS I recreation hall, where Father meeting of the St. Augustine and their pastors to attend the! p.m. I I _
j o'clock in the church sanctuary I Turnier was presented with a wallet Business and Professional Wom !annual meeting to be held ia I The meeting will be held in the

i with the president, :Mrs. E. K. as a going-away gift from the Tabernacle Annex, and Mi:" C _ _
en's Club at the Zimm residencein Starke on October 1. -c_
Perryman presiding. I Florence Hippie, president. will
parishioners. Riverside on the St. Johns I Theme of the meeting will be .
j! Mrs. Robert Sommer had chargeof On Wednesday evening Father River last Thursday evening. This "Jesus Saves." New officers for!present a Flannel graph Tenipeiance :srn- --- .-.

(! the program using as her sub-I Turnier was also honored at din- was an official visit to the Clubby :)the coming year will be installed, I lesson to which all mothers -_ ..
ject "Jesus' concern for Cities." ner at Barry's Restaurant. given I Miss and children are Invited. -
I I Rosenberg as district 3- and all members are urged to attend -
Mrs. L. Hillendahl had the devotionaL ty the parish of St. Williams 4 director. this important meeting.Voodman's .

; FOR YOUR Church in Keystone Heights. The program on the immediate I I Beta Sigma Phi MOVINGLOCAL
Plans were made for the luncheon Father Turnier is being trans- plans of Florida A. and M. College \ Circle I II
HOME HAM Will Meet Monday
and study meeting which ferred to the Immaculate Conception -l and on budgeting your income -

t.,. q .-.... _..._ 1 I will be held Tuesday Oct. 5 at 10a. Church in Jacksonville wherehe with emphasis on invest- I Meets Tuesday NightThe Safe
Theta of
ry .v I The Gamma chapter PHONE
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at Recreation
the Building.Mrs. OR
-7w m. will be the youngest pastor of ments was very informative. .
---- Phi will meet i DependableEconomical
I____ T. H. Slade will present the the oldest church. Father Turnier I, A report was given on the district Supreme Forest Woodmans Beta Sigma Sorority LONGDISTANCE
-- book "Man and God in the City." Circle will hold their regular meet- Monday, September 27 at 8 p. m. i, 311
-- will be replaced here by Father meeting held in Starke last )
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4 at the home of Charlotte Frees, i
._,_._, .__ I in the WOW hall Tuesday
_. Sm_. .te Harold Jordan of Jacksonville whois Sunday. ing S R. B. Alvarez
E* with Sarah Grey as co-hostess. OR
--. .__d_S. ___- I BPW Met MondayAt coming from the St. James I evening at 7:30: o'clock. | Agents For
._e____...S The nominating committee, composed After the business meeting TRANSFER AND
Catholic Church in Orlando.
Kingsley LakeThe First Baptist T.E.L. of Mae Jaudon, Maude An- there will be a stork shower for I! Dtlcher Bros. STORAGE CO. 250-J

Bonnie Kaye Hinson Class Met FridayThe drews and Mae Green will present,I Minnie Lou Patray. ;i
Business and Professional .
the names of the officers for the I
Women's Club met Monday night, Given Birthday PartyMr. T. E. L. Class of the First '51-55 year.Hostesses i Recent Birth: STORAGEf'erryman
Sept. 20, at the home of Pauline
1 Baptist Sunday School met with!I for the evening will

Torode on Kingsley Lake. A covered and Mrs. L. C. Hinson .Jr. |I Mrs. G. W. Alderman at 2:30: ,'be Mrs. Henrietta Hunt, Mrs. P. AD2 and Mrs. Ed T. Hicks announce Bldg. S. Court St. Starke

dish supper was served to entertained at their home on i Friday afternoon, September 10. :I S. Denmark and Mrs. Eula Mae, the birth of a daughter. _.- .--- Florida .

I members, husbands and guests on Kingsley Lake on Saturday after- i I with 11 members present. '.'Conner. j Donna Jane, born Sept. 16 in the -

this social occasion.A noon, Sept. 18, in honor of their Mrs. R. A. Thomas, 'I ,Jacksonville Naval Hospital. 4

STARKEDRY I going-away gift was presented young daughter. Bonnie Kaye, on I;I presided over the president'l'I Ij I MR. VETERAN of World War .

by Mildred Doyle to :Mildred her seventh birthday. H. L. Hough led the Bible study I 2, pay me $100 and pick out jour I) Mr. and Mrs. Eugene M. Long ., :: ANNOUNCING .

CLEANERSAnd Sapp, who will leave Starke ofl During the afternoon the guests and discussion, her theme being )home in Saratoga Heights. Pay i:.are the happy parents of a daughter *4 4 :

October 1 to make her home In enjoyed games and swimming.Each "Hindrances to Christian Growth". j$250 upon dOlinand/ mO\e in. "" Helen Jane born Monday, | The GRAND

LAUNDRYAnd Ocala. one was presented with a The devotional period was closed A. J. THOMAS: REALTOR. ; ,Sept. 20 in the Riverside Hospital. :: OPENING

Pat Lambe announced that I Bo-LO bat and ball. with prayer by Mrs.V.. B. Alexan I. A- -, ,i'..". ON SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19
members who want to make alum- After the der. ; ,.
The Clothes Line presents were opened
PHONE 28 inum trays: may meet at the homeof the candles were lighted on the I During the business session I II I II I-I Of A New, All-Aluminum Diner

Mildred Sapp on Thursday and birthday cake. Delicious refresh- plans for the class work were discussed II I- Which has
Cor. Call and Water Streets been added to the Famous
Friday night, September 23 and ments of cake and ice-cream were for the coming year. II Sandwich ConeIsland
Starke Fla. Shop, on Tenth
24.DOES served. The Class stood for a moment I comfortable
for all our patrons. +
in silent tribute to the ,
those l memory I iii
Among present were I 4
Elaine Strickland, Joan and Tom- of the late Mrs. W. J. EppersonSr. I A cablegram to George and friends the little guests received :4 Opening Special Feature
., and the late Mrs. Annie M. favors of balloons and pin-
; from Rich- 4 ,
Florence Flynn Major
-; my Libby. Out of town guests .. "
Richarde, members who passed wheels little Gloria was so excited 4.
were Mrs. J. C. Jones and daugh- ard and Bunny Kidd on Monday 4
away during the year, and Mrs.F. while opening her many 4 PLATE"I.tWNCH Qgc
YOUR RANGE ters, Jeannie and Jeanette, and announced the birth of a son 4| .;, .. '
F. Flume read Proverbs 31: I lovely: presents that as she.opened
\ their friend, Linda. of Ocala. Al- .
10-31, after which Mrs. Garl Mat- the Kidds who are now stationedin .each one she said "thank you ..4.I Choice
so Bonnie Kaye's grandparents, 4. Barbecued Spare Ribs, T-Bone Steak
HAVE THIS WONDERFUL ) /hews offered prayer. Tokyo, Japan, and former resi- very much I'm so sorry 'ou.4. Steak or Cube
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hinson Sr., of I including Mixed Tossed Salad
>> During the social hour the hos- I dents of Starke now have five brought it", instead of "I'm so : Peas and Car-
I Homerville, Ga., and Mrs. T. L. I I rots Green Beans, Mashed Potatoes
tess served home-made peach boys and a girl hear that some happy you brought it," such is 4.I and Gravy. Home- :
MogLcDhsf FEATURE? Floyd of Waycross, Ga., came 4 Made Corn Muffins and Hot Rolls. French
sherbet and pound cake. "of the members of the BPW club the thrill when you turn four Apple Pie
down for the occasion. I for Dessert.
I got themselves lost again while years old.Seems :

!Union Baptist Church Baptist Winsome I enroute to a meeting last Thurs- to be all for now See :I UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT :

: ,day evening they had explicit you in the next ,Has Annual MeetingMembers Class Met Monday i instructions that the meeting I|I Nice to see Billy Smith back in :I. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. DouglasyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyylryV.

,. place was across Shands bridge, town after a hitch as Finance Of- i
of Union Primitive The Baptist Winsome class met : "
I turn right at the crossing and ficer with the Berlin Command in .
Baptist church and of Monday evening at the church
a _
I two miles down the road the Germany He has re-entered -n------__
I friends met last Saturday and with Mildred Cuttino and Betty I
'two miles turned out to be 22 the U of F college of business ad- i
Sunday at the church house for Haas as hostesses. | '
miles on this merrysightseeing !,ministration Also see Billy i
: Dot Sheppard Doris Vickers'!
their annual meeting. Each day 4
.. .. 'i jaunt were Della Rosenberg. i.Cressler back from a summer I
$J- the members and guests enjoyed and Era Wasdin were appointed '
I Madge Middleton! Pauline Torode with the U. S. Coast & Geodetic I
1% "... ....... bountiful dinners of home-cooked on the nominating committee. Mildred ;] I
Mildred Sapp and Pat Lambe. Survey in Alaska Says they
i food, and everyone had a very Cuttino gave the devotional.The I
Ii fl I'I'I See Piney and Cliff Brown are had bad weathe'"r most all summer,
I I;pleasant time. ,I class teacher, Mrs. W. B.
I'I Jr. ]moving into their new home on but 'twas a differen kind of bad I
I Mundy closed the '
-. (I ,St. Clair street this week Mr. from ours theirs was cold and'
..., I ::::: :Irt: .lI < with prayer. :
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,-, ... and
._ .. I I and Mrs. George Wirtanen of wet our was (you know what) [
During the social hour the hosteSses -
p-- .-' """"""' ;Gainesville moved into the Vining Hear that Mildred Deese '

.,.. I [ I served delicious refresh- (ottage Mr. Wirtanen is the I Lawtey) has entered Massey Biz I' Sewing Machine Operators
ments to the ten members
'A I I'W.. ent. The members also gave Mrs. J new druggist at Mitchell's drugstore College Jax, where she'll take the

:; and the A. G. Stewarts secretarial science course .
[Mundy a dish garden as a birth- Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES
I I ''day gift.Episcopal. I I lave moved into the Prescott Gill Carolyn

Fri., Sat.-Sept. 24. 25 I dome on Water street. I :_ i ii 18 THRU 35

I DOUBLE FEATURE Has anybody seen Michael Dev-I i i
Y.P.S.L. ,
fI rick's 2 month old black t

I % The Bowery Boys Elects-- New OfficersThe it has brown spots over each eye I I Company Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital

I I- it's part toy Belgium and part YOURPROTECTION II Insurance, Paid Vacations and Others

I I Meet The Monsters Young Peoples Service Lea- "curb-setter" he disappeared I II II

"MAGIC OVEN-EYE" : \ I With Leo Gorcey and Huntz Hall gue of the Episcopal Church held I j I from the Farm Home & Auto Supply I APPLY AT OUR OFFICE \

an election of officers at their, on Call street last Saturday 10th & CHURCH STREETS

Yours euluoin'Iith! the 1954 I -AndTOPEKA- regular meeting Sunday eveningat ,I afternoon hear that Esther I !

No need to watch the clock in I the Parrish House. I and Tom Stallings have boughtout I BIG DAD Manufacturing Co.

oven pre-heating just watch The officers elected were: Me- their partner, Horace O Dyal :

the "magic oven-eye". This little i With Wild Bill Elliott lissa Stallings, president Gail I 'at the D. & S. Service Station and !

jewel glows red when the oven U 'i Duke, vice-president, Lewis Mann, former Starke, Fla.
restaurant the Jolly's
Plus Serial Chap. 13 "Gunfighter"I I : ISPROFESSION
up to temperature your dependable : I I Color Cartoon secretary and Gus Kopelousos,, i I Truck Stop on the G'ville Hiway f -- Si Si f Sf SS'"X S SSSiSSSKfSSSfilPlfi MV BBMMMMMHflHHmMMl tKSSS S fSKBS BB
baking signal Grand-
I See Do Je and Kitten Conner '
f Magic rize results Chef every time.. Sun., Mon. and Tues. ( Plans were made for the group'.':and Mana and Floyd Wiggins i :TTTVTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBUDGET

gas range.TOTAL : Sept. 26, 27. 28 to visit Silver Springs on Saturday have returned from their 3-weeks : 1 1a

3 BIG DAYS and to attend the Sunday I;trip thru the West stopping at ,Ii I
evening service at the St. JohnsEpiscopal [ ZS\
Cash PriceLESS 348.95 DOUBLE FEATURE i,Carlsbad Cavern, Grand Canyon. .
Cathedral in Jacksonville I Yosemite Park, Yellowstone, Mexico :

TRADE-UN Dragonfly SquadronJohn ,
Old ] I Hartmann was home for the weekend -I > z/
Range 33.95 Hodiak and Barbara Britton .
During the social hour : !" '
Mrs. J from Bolles Military Academy
You should have of
one our
-\nd- j W. Kincaid and Mrs. Mattie Ga- { hear that Clyde Sinclair of ; '
I Burgulary Insurance Policies PAY DAY
315.00 Man In The SaddleWith 'hagan served refreshme ts. j I Douglas Ga., has been added to LOANS

I' II I the Slade Gas Co. staff as book- Protect your home.

Randolph Scott Starke Garden Club i keeper. business and personal prop- :

Plus Color Cartoon for Kids I I Thirty members of the Kum I
Completely Installed With Begins New SeasonThe I erty. I:
Duble young peoples group en- $

One Wed., Thurs.-Sept. 29,30 I Starke Garden Club will joyed a weiner roast on the Chris- Constant Sen ice Since 1891 1 =1 25 TO 3OO
Cylinder Gas F R E E tian church lawn last
.. DOUBLE FEATURE I hold its first meeting of the '54- parsonage SENDFORJERRY I
Saturday evenineGail Dukecelebrated
55 season
Monday evening at the I
The Golden Hawk Parish House on Church street.A ,' her 16th birthday last Prompt ... Courteous ...

Rhonda Fleming, Sterling hay'den I board meeting at 6:30 will j Monday ..on Tuesday little Sally -
CENTRAL E Confidential
FLORIDA GAS -And- !precede the covered dish supper at (birthday Lawson at celebrated a family party her 3rd- I I % I Service 3

I 7 o'clock. Following the supper, they had a unique birthday cakej I t

& APPUANCE CO. GentlemenPrefer j Mrs.! O. L. Beasley, program chair- which was square and decorated i AGENCY MARION FINANCE COMPANYEMERGENCY

I Blondes I man, will have the program on' I I I as a barnyard with green coconut -! Phone 146 :

149 W. Call St. Starke, Fla Jane Russell and 5Iarflyn Monroe i|"Fall Planning". .' j., grass and animal crackers 200 E. Call Street :: PHONE 5333 CALL- Gainesville COLLECT
representing animals also
Plus Color Cartoon for Kids : for the evening will Starke
: Or write
Tuesday afternoon Gloria P. 0. Box 446,218
Gibson W.
matt WQMIH toot: < ,
V.-i.-- her
-- 4th
---- -- l birthday at Gainesville
._ .7 Sparks and Mrs. Paul Raymond.. L
party for 14 of her little = I- r

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i i i The 11 charter members of the To: Alice C. Sega whose residence I and (3) more than 15,000 Cu. Tds.
I I sfl- -- JSSSSS rSSSS S 1 SSrJrS sara Local Salesman Wins Free Trip 'Little Women's Club were entertained ,and address is New Preston; per mile.
ned ticutt A Proposal; Guaranty consisting of
I I at a buffet supper Wednesday You are hereby notified con-I either a certified check cashier I LET US FILE YOUR SAW

I evening at the home of i suit for i heck, trust compan treasurer i I
___________ i Divorce and ratification of'check or bank draft of any natt< on our New Foley
their sponsor, Mrs. Calvin J. I stipulationhas al or state bank in the tn-I

--i Houpt. Also present were Mrs. I been filed against you in the stated above, made payable to the I AUTOMATIC SAW FILERThey'll
,above named Court and cause and Chairman of the State Road De- I
R F. Demorest and Mrs. W. B.Stwell partment, must accompany each bid.
I i you are required to serve a copy of
THE NEWS < school sponsors, and Mrs. I your answer or pleading to thecomplaint All checks or draft shall have been I
issued within 60 days of the date I cut
Jgi' I the Plaintiff'sAttorney
J. W, Kincaid, president of the on for receiving bids. Certified checksshall I like ill
Hon. Gerald R. Hart new when
have the State ofFlorida's I
Gladys Mooty I! Senior Club. 202 Smith Building. Jackson-I necessary filed
Documentary Stamps
at- p on
1 j Mrs. G. E. McCauley and Mr. ville. Florida tached. .. '
Phone 35 and file the original in the officeof precision !
." .. I and Mrs. Carl Motes of Palatka the Clerk of the Circuit Court on The name of the biddetand the .. ourl
r chine.
I applicable Project Number should In
, I were visiting the Charles Hardy or before the be shown on the check or draft. .1
member of the Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Prescott 25 day of October 194; ; All few
Ted Connell a : family on Sunday. wdrk is to be done in accordance I
otherwise the allegations of said
Welfare attended I I and son are vacationing in Red with Plans, ifications. and : you'll
State a
Board Mrs. Neil Joyner was a patient Complaint will be taken as con- special Provisions of the State Road

reception for graduate students] Boiling Springs, Tenn in St. Vincent's Hospital the firstof fessed This by notice you. shall be publishedonce Department.. Special attention iscalled i I saws that cut cleaner, truer,

in Social Welfare at Florida State'University Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Strunk entertained the week. each week for four consecutive tractors.to and Notice any to Special Qualified Pro\i Con- .i r faster. Bring your saws ill

Thursday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. T. R Connell weeks in the Bradford County Tele ions contained in the Proposal Form. today-you'll like our speedy
Mr and Mrs. Jack Haile and
and Mrs. Stafford at lunch graph. Plans, and/or Proposal Forms will I service.
and Mrs. Max Peuker of (son. Mike, of Miami will arrive Dated this 22 day of Sept., 1954. be furnished to Qualified Contractors -
entertained Mrs. R. L. Sunday. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby upon application to this office
Hampton Robert Green Exalted Ruler, (Saturday to spend a few days with Clerk of the Circuit Court for the sum of $25.00 peret. Extra
Strunk and her mother, Mrs. Staf- Mr and Mrs. W. G. Haile Sr. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk sets of Plans may be purchased fur I- All Saws Re-Toothed
and J. D. Doyle Lecturing Knight I 9/24 4t 10/15 $19.00 per set Plans. with or with-
ford, at a luncheon Thursday 'Mrs.. Haile will return to :Miami : And Filed
out Special Provisions be
of the local Elk's Lodge, and MrsJ. mat purchased I
afternoon. ri4 I with her son and family for a \OTICK by fabricators for .JlO.dO per ; All! Hand Saws .ilk
D. Doyle attended the Florida -et NO REFUND WILL BE 1UDK ,
I All Property in City of Lawte,
We Monogram Stationery, Nap State Association meeting of Elks (short visit and she will also visit Florida has been re-assessed or FOR ANY OF THE APO\K 465 X. Water St. I'h.tIt-\\
[ I
kins Bibles and Billfolders. One I in Leesburg on Sunday. I 1'the Junior Haile family there. equalized and the City Council willme..t CHARGES IXSAL FORMS.FOR PLANS AND PRO- I ALSO SHARPEN
I L on October 7th at :2-30 P.M. to
__ ; Mr and :Mrs. Joe Taylor and I
: day Sen-ice. Bullington Studio and Tommy Gill of the University of hear complaints and correct any Proposal Forms will not be issued KINDS OF TOOLS
unless request is received at least AIL. ,
son Bobby, and daughter Betty, I
Gift Shop. Florida spent the weekend herewith Merrill Edwards (center), Starke salesman, receives two ticketsfor inequalities in a"FeSm..ntlS.CITY 24 hours prior to opening bid. Knives Scissors Etc.
OF ,
of Waycross, Ga, were Wednes- LAWTEY The right is reserved to
Mrs. Rhoda Dampier is convalescing relatives.C. Mexico City from Aubrey J. Pound, assistant district sales manager day to Sunday guests last week Ethel D. Reddish or all bids.STATE reject any ',I All New Equipment

at the home of her L. Scholl left Tuesday for for the Tom Houston Peanut Co. Fred J. Morrow (left), Jacksonville -. Clerk. ROAD DEPARTMENT OF
of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Taylor at 9 :24 2t 10/2 FLORIDA
sister, Mrs. R. D. Griffis, in Ther- New York where he will attend I distributor. proudly looks 00.I Kingsley Lake.TORNADO Cecil M Webb, Chairman, I CALVIN JOHNS
'the World Series. >oTln TO ('U'TII'TOIIS I
essa, following an operation three i I R T. upton. ,
I ZIPI'ER BINDERS, Office ot the stale Road Department State Highway Eng.n..l" 465N.WaterSt.
weeks Rev. Harold E. Bullock recently has of his 10th with the ,
ago. I :Merrill Edwards of Starke 'days: year :C rings, $1.50. Bradford Tel- I Tallahas-ee. Fla I It! "
,conducted a two-week Bible Teach- weeks' vacation for him September 16, 1)5ONSIHI !): <
I won a two company. I
-I II I,ing Revival at Key West. and his wife to Mexico City and I Fred J. Morrow, Jacksonville egraph. I Scaled(' bids C'TION will be riUH.KVM received at .- .. .

Xew Fall Sacony Suits $25 and other points of interest in that distributor for the company, said I''Tallahassee, Florida, from QualifiedContractors '

I$' 9.95 at Leila's Dress Shop. area. that Edwards has always been a IB Circuit NOTICE Court TO, Bradford APPEAR Ceuntr on the 30th until day of 10:30:September A.M. ( l b s!l'1 T i. I

FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Johns and top producer for the company. Florida: In Chancrrr. for i'instruction of the f..I111Ing
Edwards was one of seven national -I S\l\an Kdf-k Plaintiff, \>-. Oertiuclr -
son, Larry Alan, of Gainesvillehave winners in a sales contestof He won the award for having a Kat,ke, Defendant proje t'rdrralhl< ts- Prujeeto.. t.-O-:t::) Top.size Lowest price !
('a-.e Vo. 10-6': 7
returned home after amonth's I high total sales over an eightweek's Job Xo 2K02-202: : : State Koacl :\"
the Tom Houston Peanut Co. .totire To ApprariTo 100, Bradford County. betwetn 1 h.
vacation with Mr and period.
: Crrtiude Kat! ke, whose reMJeru -
Clay County Line and Staike \\ ".nkconsists
THEATRE Mrs J. T. Quigley and other relatives Edwards sells Tom's peanuts in Morrow said that he planned a < .- and addrf-s i54JO: :! lithAenue ; Maintenance of 1'r.ff,.
Brooklyn, Xew York.
: here. Mr. Johns is sopho- Bradford and Clay counties. I"Merrill Edwards Sales Meeting"in medium excavation; S-in'h < >< dIdlitCk ,
You are hereby notified .!lat a I Base with Type I-A Hit Mnt. ,
more at the University. The announcement of Edwards'award which he will point out Ed- suit for Treat and Asph. Cone Surf, "'0111'-< '

Mrs Mabel Boyer arrived in came on his 17th wedding I wards' record to his other sales- Divorce Type| II. (constructing small dram.tgt

Fri., Sat ,Sept. 24, 25 Jacksonville last Friday by plane anniversary and within a few imen. has above been named filed Court against and you cause In and the The structures length; of and the job incidental is 10.964 mil.Ilt-rn--.

DOUBLE FEATURE from Pittsburgh and other northern f you are required to serve a copy of A Proposal Guaranty in the aim.un
points where she visited relatives J E. T. King and Guy Prescott of Mr. and Mrs E. W. Hayes moved your answer or pleading to the of $:!O.OOO.OO will be requiredThe

and friends for Jacksonville, and Mrs. W K. back in town this week after complaint Attorney on T. Frank the Plaintiff Landrum, minimum wage paid III ill. 'lOX ft.
the past month. labor employed on the ab"\< (piect "; : (o. CAPACITY
She is now at home on her ranchon ,Wilder and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy spending the summer at their Starke, Florida shall )be $1.00, $O.5 and in '>
and file the original In the office of hour. iespettl\el for !sKiiltii
:-.i .. the Raiford Road. I Hansen of Pinecastle were guestsof cottage on Kingsley Lake. the Cferk of the Circuit Court ODor I per intermediate and unskilled laboiMate ..

gN! )VETERAN of World War Mrs Fay Gill last week. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kelly and before the :
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green and 25 day of October, 1954; Project, John >'>''. ::"(;:1-1.\: anilMi17t
2, pay me $100 and pick out your I family, and Mrs. Raiford Brown otherwise the allegations of said ::. ;: ;. State Roads Nos S-l" anil _
N. B. Rosier and children
Mrs. Complaint will be taken confe- -S-21-A. Uuidford County "' 1'11111 :s|.
home in Saratoga Heights. Pay of Plant City spent the weekend as -
spent last Friday with Mrs. C. H. ed by you. IOU east northeast and vouthta-t 0 r
$250 upon closing, and mote in. Dittmar Jacksonville. Mrs. Ditt- with Mrs Inez Kelly and Mr. and This notice shall be published I to the ('lay I'ounty Line and fi "111 EJ
.J A. J. THOMAS, REALTOR. in Irs.. Alton Dobbs. once each week for four consecutive SR IftO west to the proposed new 1 1.- Ca Ill SI
mar and baby returned to Starke weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph .cation of SR 100; and from Sit 1 1""' ..
Herb Thomas and his mother, the week- )IR.'ETERX of World War south and west approximated I 41'jmiles. !
with her to
family spend
Mrs. R. A. Thomas. 2, me $100 and pick out your Dated this 22 lay of Sept. l': 54. Work consist of light .-\. .1.
were visiting pay
end with her parents, the Floyd OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby l\ation. Lime rook Stabilized .i.t' .
their uncle. T. C. Thomas, in Greens, while Mr Dittmar was in home in Saratoga Heights. Pay Clerk of the Circuit Court ,Type > Surface Treatment and incidental L
Palatka on Wednesday. 250 dOting, and D1Oin.. !By Marian L Crob, Deputy fU-rk items The length i.f thJobs .-
\New York on business. upon 9 :24! 4t 10 10OTICK : is :2S9S! miles. A I'npi-i':
:Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Renner spent A. J. THOMAS, REALTOR. I :luainntv in the amount uf $.!.nun c""'
---, \ 10 \PPI-aft ... .
L. Sunday with Mrs. A. F. Sauls, Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr. I will l r''iuIrrd.i'h' .
In ,
.. Circuit Court Ilrailforcl Count I terms ( II lipht!' c\ ':ii' _
while enroute to their home in spent Saturday and Sunday with I Florida.: In (thnner. ''t:J> mc-dium exta\at ion," ami i >
f. 'Attiliv, p.I. Plaintiff \ -. .Mi-i <". hea\\ "xl'a"'tlt'n"a- used Itol'i "
Gain*';sille after three weeks vacation Mrs. Carter's Mr and ,
parents. lit I iMiildiit. |aliii\e ,llidh.iti itsintlel\| \ I 1
In Norfolk, Va., and WashIngton Mrs. J. B. Spencer. in Orlando. ISt'/a. !'.1t. :N" I l'i-ii': :i 1. -'. than MICIII ("II. \ 'i' l'I
'( To tpprar I I U) Minn f 1 i.noo Iij. YI K. IK iI "
.7 D. C. i ADZ Ed Hicks is home on '

( MiV. D. Faxon and daughter, i i day leave from Quonsett 25-1- I

Donna Dee, and Mrs. Vergie Flynn .:R. I. I PAY CASHFOR

u tended the opening of the Florida I
tir 2nd Lt. Jamie Worley of the I
( hi ;st.sn; College in Tampa last
f Graham Air Force Base. Marianna,

Thursday. spent the weekend with his uncle
Costume Jewelry For Salt S
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Claude FARMS WITH TIMBERS
; \e<'klace, Earrings regular priced Crowson. H

I$1. Sale Price 59c at Bullington's Mr. and Mrs. George Fortunasand I TIMBER LANDS _
Studio and Gift Shop.
daughter, of Norfolk. Va.
\hs. Nora Price, of Mobile! Ala, ,
I only
!is spending several weeks with spent Sunday with Mrs. Fortunas' S PULP WOODMAIL ;
: Rev. Mrs. R. E. Mac-
parents, and
her sister, Mrs. Vergie Flynn. R
1' 'L CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON r Blain, while enroute to Apalachicola. I finest
Mr and Mrs. Hiriam Gay of 289.95
Mr. Fortunas received
about this question Tampa were weekend guests of styling that will .
Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish. his discharge after faur years with ,
the Navy. I 5311 ShenAvenueJACKSONVILLE always be newl I "
Mrs. Carrie Ritch has returned I 3 dursWm
The Florida hurricane
: recent home after two weeks visit with Mrs. :Maxie Carter Sr. spent FLORIDA
-And- i makes me wonder when one! her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday and Wednesday of last -ITO newest

t :| will\\ again strike here. I haH, N. T. Ritch in Hialeah. week in Jacksonville, where she I.. : .,..51I.B-* f jlwtvMGrcdoif

Mrs. Mary Beth Peacock and attended the golden wedding an- deluxe uU ..t.I
I read that building costs have,I 1
son, Ricky of Orlando, and Mrs. niversary of her cousins, Mr. and rtflwUtkclilUrtrtyUp

FIus "Disillusioned Blue Bird" { doubled in just the last 6 01f Mary Lane, of Jacksonville, spent Mrs. M. J. (Boss) Austin. MY FELLOW CITIZENSWho features :

Cartoon and CfaapL 9 Serial 'f t 4ars>-- Have I increased mj. the weekend with :Mrs. Bertha Mrs. W. T. Shiver and daughter Feature for feature, tW w the greatestrefrigercjw
j Hurricane Insurance to meet. Pearce. Linda, of Waycross, Ga., spent Voted for me For t offered
Sun Mon. and Tues. MR. VETERAN of World War the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. ever
Sept. 26, 27 28 I I the higher costs? 2, pay me $100 and pick out jour Paul Raymond and Mr. and Mrs.R. I City Council Look" at its size! Full lOX-cu. ft. capacity with

3 BIG DAYS home in Saratoga Heights. Pay B. Alvarez. I the full-width freezer that stores 49 pounds!

I 1 $250 upon closing, and move in. Mrs. F. F. Stump visited Mrs See the 3 Super-Stor door shelves! And see, feature -

IT BEGINS WHIR! E. Johns A. J. THOMAS, REALTOR. S. E. Brownlee in Gainesville last
Charley Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perrymanwill Thursday. THANK YOUTO I La feature, how modestly it's priced-one

'r4obeUFTO1FIr1T spend the weekend in At- aI do. --__i wove ever had. See it soon!

I lanta where.they will attend the Capt Carl Fellhauer, of Camp I

.c' & Son Gordon, Ga., was the Sunday FELLOW CITIZENSI
AgencyPhone ALL
jj' Georgia Tech football game. I
I I I I Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis and guest Adams.of Mjr. and Mrs. H. H. I To 2 Years To Pay

will drive :Mrs Lillie S,
home in
1 Lewis to her Apopka on I

,Sunday after two weeks visit herewith business trip to Jacksonville last I AND SUPPORT IN TilE SPECIAL ELEC-

i her son and family. The Friday. !
I Lewises will visit Mr. and
I J. C Robinson while in Mrs.\\for Christmas Portraits. Bullington iWINKLER

Mr. Mrs. Dameron of Studio and Gift Shop.
and Lloyd ,
I "f; ';:: :.:Jt< 1fWlr Memphis, Tenn., were guests of I I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fogg and I I 22-1 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 Starke, Fla.

tJ{ UN# '" I Mi and Mrs. Larry Gibson on children visited the Jacksonville W. H. (BILLY) NOEGEL

Wednesday evening of last week Zoo on Sunday. j II .

I \J >K Mis Johnny Simpson of Jack- Mrs. F. A. Moore of Gainesville ]I, .. .

by TKHNKOIO* sonville spent Monday with her spent the weekend with Mrs. J. B.I CANDIDATE FOR CITY COUNCIL ,I _.LeIc"
sister Mrs. Starling. Sapp. I. : $0 > 'fi "M Gow llaastu., c
Volley \ .. .
... ..
Mrs. Etta Boone and daughter, .
CINEMASCOPE Dan Weeks One Rack Suits Reduced for "0-.-, ;; -
By: Ina, of Tallahassee were weekend
,Clearance Friday and Saturday
.'-&1I11l............... SIIe Some folks complain that a at LeiU's Dress Shop. I guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. ..Li

Soon oe TV set is more difficult to care Henry..
I Mr. and Mrs. Ned Yancey and
for than a set of cranky trip- I Miss Mary Dankel Waycross,

MATUREHAYWARD : _lets._ ___ That's_ _H a__ shsht_: evaeeera-: __:_: i I family went .through, the ,Aunt Ga., spent from Wednesday to .. .
Jemima Model Home in Jacksonville I
of last week with Mr. and
amount of Sunday
MOlAEl certain
IENNIE>DElIA FACET tion, ltita
ANNE UNOtOFT MY lOeiNSON on Sunday. Also there were Mrs. N. S. Dankel and Mr. and .
___ w__ care of course, will keep >our
I and Mrs Marco.
........, y FRANK ROSS set performing better and lon and Mrs. J. W. Furlong and families.
I Mrs Herb Thomas
daugh1 Jimmy Lawson and Gene Walker -
........ DELMER DAVES ger.
W iter, Kathleen, spent the weekend 1 1i I spent the weekend in Savannah,

-w._.-W PHILIP-!..qj,DUNNEdmb.lun -.....- For example, get In the habitof i with Mrs. Thomas' mother, Mrs. I,,03., visiting Gene's parents, Mr. -

keeping the volume low Irene Roberts in Palatka. I II and Mrs A. B. Walker. i I l

.\ : \dults 75c when turning on the set or 1 Mrs. W. J. Epperson and daugh-I Xew Fall Coats $25 and $29.50at ...

Children 23eflus ter, Sally, spent Sunday in ,.
snitching: from one channel to Leila's Dress Shop. j jI .

"Xo BarkingCartoon andLatest I another. A sudden blast of ;'visiting relatives. I Mrs P. J. Quattlebaum and Miss: > .
Xeus Mr and Mrs. C. %V. Sinclair and i
I sound can be damaging to the Clara Leaman attended the three
;daughter of Douglas Ga., have
and nerea-. { I
Wed.. Thur. and Fri. I speaker jour moved into the Slade atKingsley day meeting of the United Council : I
\\I II. When )ou go awaj on along :t cottage of Church Women of Florida held ;, .
Sept :29 30. Oct 1 i I weekend, disconnect jour i Lake and plan to builda I at the' Christian Conference "'"
home here Mr. Sinclair is the
with appliances.TV
Talung Grounds at Silver Springs Monday
His Funniest! new bookkeeper at Slade Gas Co. I
fire hazard
is no greater to Wednesday. Attending the
r other but Mr and Mrs George Bolden, of I III -
than any appliance I.meeting on Monday were Mrs.

DANNY I IKlrE this is .merely common sensepractice. j guests Bullington last Beach Wednesday, were overnight of Mr. !i'i,Wesley Mrs. P.Andrews S. Denmark, Mrs,Ed Mrs.Prevatt Dan, sI& : .; 4\\ -..'

,Bolden's sister Mrs X. M. Smith. .
Harley and Mrs J. E. Sherwood.Mrs. .
.. back of i and family while enroute to 410.4
.. Groping about in the I II Adams
Carrie .
.. is visiting '
theel in search of 'mad California on their honeymoon I 1 : : :
I I her daughter-in-law, Mrs. H. H. /c -
in the. interest i I Order Your Photographic Christmas S :!
t money or merely Adams and children after spend- .

kIIOCI ; of cleaning it out is poor ; Cards Xow. From The New ,ing the summer in Waynesville, ( :

practice. EnD with the set off Card-ette St}IN. Bullington Studio N

there can be enough residual [and Gift !Shop.' I C.Mrs., 0.V.. Barry of Brooker
: .
.aN WOOp. I voltage present to !knock you i Mrs Patricia Ward Blevins and ,spent several days last week with

COotk 'j I clear into the guest room. Also, I iMiss Virginia Blackledge of El i i her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Hardy,

..\ KCHSICOiOR I if )ou happen to be of a tinkering ':Dorado.. Ark. were guests during:,and family. '

nature, bear in mind that the past week of Mrs. Edward i Mr. and Irs. R. E. Mundorff
ft4IlTTiRLINGorMocl1Oll/ some controls work interdependently II I Burns. J i I spent the weekend in Tavares I II' i I

; adjust one and you Mrs. Eddie Hartmann attendedthe 'visiting relatives. II

"- rc ... ., SYlVIA-FINENORMAN FOIL IT another. I, Bolles Military Academy football I' R. G. Paterson and Rev. W. S. I I !

.. "'....."'-to....,0.-.0" '' game in Jacksonville Wednesday McAliley attended the Deacon's !
? PANAMA*'* I But call 153 and nothing: will
evening at the
Rally First
MEIMN FRANK Presbyterian ) ///M
,..,.4cIfllQt Pct I be FOULED ITEKKS! I Mr and Mrs. Wesley Andrews Church in Gainesville on Sunday. ,.
RADIO: T\ SERVICE has the I .
were in Gainesville and Ocala on I )VETERAX of World War
Plus "Taxle Tur\' "
t ) Cartoon and FINEST replacement parts and business on Tuesday. S
Latest J2, pay me $100 and pick out your
World News FIRST rate service, so don't Mrs. George Flynn: and Mrs home in Saratoga Heights. Pay

take chances put jour TV L G. Powell were In Jacksonville I
Coming Soon $250 upon closing, and mote in. .
: set in the able hands WEEKS last Friday.Mrs. .
Three CoinsIn RADIO & TV SERVICE on Florence Hippie has returned -1
and Mrs. Mac L. Williamsand
Court Street East of the from vacation and has re-
family spent the weekend in
A Fountain
Court House. sumed her Flannelgraph Story I Waycross. Ga.. visiting relatives. .

Clifton Webb and Jean Peters OPEN 5-9 PJU. Hour on the Ensey Play Lot each Mr and Mrs. Merrill Edwardsand I .t.;.. !.O

Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. for children family visited Mrs. James .

1- ''I of all ages. Kinchen in Jacksonville Saturday. STERna' JORDAN &; CO. ..IJ

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.TTTTTTTTTTTtTTTTTTTYTTY this week. Wendell also accompa- Mrs. B. H. Higginbotham.Rev. TTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTT two months. otherwise the allegations of Bald NOTICE TO APPEAR Lloyd Bass, 303 Clark Building,
nied his parents and while in O. J. Raulerson of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Hamilton, Comolaint Ml by will re taken as confess- I* Circuit Court, Brr'Urd Gouty I Jacksonville Florida
yon Florida Im Chaiecry.Virgtaia I and file the original In the office of
% Lakeland they visited Miss Cathe- sonville assisted by Mr. Day of BROOKERBy formerly of Brooker have moved This notice shall t>.( publishedonce Nelson Plaintiff vs. Jackie the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
church each week for four consecutive Lee Nelson Defendant.Case. or before the 18 day of October,
rine Young a former teacher in the Southside Baptist as from Gainesville to Worthington weeks in the Bradford County Tele
No. of
10-883 U54; otherwise the allegations
the Lawtey Junior High School. song leader, concluded a very suc- Springs.Mrs. graph. Notice To Appear said Complaint will be taken as
by L. IL FutcbtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa Polly Wait Jr. Dated this 15 day of September, ; To: Jackie Lee Nelson, whose
C. F. Cumbee was a business cessful revival meeting at Wood- H. W. Wait and Mrs. W. E. 1954. residence and address i 14 confessed by you.
: Route 1 This notice shall be published
e visitor to Jacksonville last Satur- lawn Church last Sunday. The AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Bigham were in Jacksonville oil OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Dart Iron Itn er, Michigan. consecutive
Clerk of the Circuit Court You are once each week for four
Mrs. A. H. Harley came home I concluding event was a basket The Brooker j Baptist Church i business\ Monday.Mrs. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. suit forDiTorce hereby notified that a weeks in the Bradford County Tele.I .
day.The 9/17 4t 18/8
Saturday after a stay of two L. H. ,Futches were business I dinner on the grounds. has called a new pastor, Reverend' O. W. Barry returned name and restoration of maiden j I graph.Dated this 15 day of September,

weeks with members, of her family visitors to Gainesville. on Satur-I i A number of Lawtey residents C. B. Stallings of Green Acres to home Saturday after spending a la Circuit NOTICE Court,TOPPER Braadford CoDity above has been filed against you In the I 19i1!.

in Jacksonville. day. .l attended the Annual all day meeting be their new pastor. :Mr. Stallingsand week in Starke with her daughter, .Florida IB Chancery. I you are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of)the Charles Circuit A. Darby CourL

Mrs. Wesley Arwood and chil- Sunday night guests of the T. at the Union Primitive Bap- his wife are living in the pas- Mrs. J. E. Hardy. She left again Lewis Edith T.Keister Keister.Defendant.Plaintiff James your answer or pleading to the complaint -' Sy Marian U CrosbY Deputy Clerk
on 3
dren of Jacksonville attended Sun- L. Wainwrights included' Mr. and I.tist Church last Sunday. torium. Those who joined our Sunday for Jacksonville to stay Case! Xo. 10-588 I I Plaintiffs Attorney 9 17 H 16

day School and church at the Mrs. James Wainwright and chil- :Mr. and Mrs. Sam Holcomb and church as new members Sundaywere with another daughter, Mrs. Ray- otire: James To AppearTo Lewis aleister.! whose !

:Methodist Church Sunday morn- dren of Melbourne and Dan WainWright 'daughter, Yvonne, and Mr. and Linda Gayle Green, Barbara mond Crews. Avenue residence, Harri&onburg.and address is:Virginia.You 239 Crtek. i That's Our Business

of Jacksonville. Mrs. C. B. Cannon all of Jackson- Jean Green, Jean Endicott, Marsha Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Bess of are hereby notified that a I: We Have It!
ing.Mr.. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly motored Sunday of last week the James ville were weekend guests of their Green, and Martha Jane Tyler. Bowling Green were visiting Mr. suit Divorcehas for i 4 CALL WRITE- or VISIT

to Lakeland Sunday taking I Waters family and Mrs. S. A. i mother Mrs. Mattie Henderson. The Brooker Baptist Church and Mrs. L. W. Barry last week. been filed against you in theabo.e /I

their son David to enter Florida Hicks and daughter, Helert. were Frank A. Richards and his nephew held a mass meeting at the church >OTICE OF APPLICATION FOR you are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of ; i, Joe Peters Glass Co
Southern College. He was scheduled in Maxville attending a combined Benny Green, returned home Friday night. Dedan was given TAX DEED your answer or pleading to the com- 4'
plaint the Plaintiff's
on Attorney
Bill Xo. IMS
to participate in the Orienta- II birthday and family reunion din- on Thursday of last week from aI I the banner. Punch and cake were NOTICE Roan IS HEKEBY GIVEN, that O. C. Beakes. Barnett Xational FOR ANY GLASS NEED
tion activities for new students .ner honoring Mrs. Waters mother, visit of several days with his served afterwards.Mr. George Goodwine the hJder of the Bank Building Jacksonville Fla We Modern Store Fronts
following certificates has filed said and file the original in the office Design
.I,parents in Jackson, S. C. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and certificates for a tax deed to be issued of the Clerk of the Circuit Court A for
- - - -.. I Just Mail Us A Pattern
-: -.< :: --::. ., -- -.: :- ---. : .-:. ,-:. ::: -- :: Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley and family entertained :Mr. and Mrs. thereon. The certificate num- on or before the 18 day of October '
I bers and years of i issuance, the description 1954; otherwise the allegation of Table Tops
I son, Joe, were business visitorsto Stanley Crosby of Bell Thursday cf the property< and the aid Complaint will be taken as. Confessed
We Have Just Received Our Supply Of night. I names in which it was assessed are by you. 1313 N.W 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 2-4353
Jacksonville on as follows: This notice shall be publishedonce ;
Wayne and Gwinn 'Certificate Xo. :33. each week for four cont-eiutnr .
WHITE SEEDED Warren Airman of and Denver Mrs., Colo.J. Marvin arrived spent the weekend in Linden Thomas with ,Description Tear of Issuance of Property Uii%. : S% of SEU egraph.weeks in the Pradford County Tel f (.;; : = J' = .; ,: =-''=" -'. ..: '. -__::: __ -_ _::.- .

I I relatives.The of SW'.. of XW'i! Sec 17. T. 6 Dated this 10 day of September, j
Saturday night for a visit with S. R. 22 E. 1954. I
I SWEET YELLOW! LUPINE his parents and other relatives in I Junior Sunday school class Xame Goodwin.in which assessed: Annie (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of) the Charles Circuit= A. Darby Court |, STARKE ICE CO.

Florida. On Sunday they and the had a party at the home of Mr. All of said property being in the By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk '
I |These Seed are Scarce and our Supply is Limited Leslie Bradleys of Starke were and Mrs. Lloyd Barry Monday County Unless of such Bradford certificate State of or Florida.certificates 9.17 4t 10 S Now Open For

Place your :Order Now While They Last. If you are' dinner guests of their parents night. Those who attended the the law shall the be property redeemed described accordingto in I
I for Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren. In I occasion were Glenda Parker,, such certificate or certificates will
not interested in this scarce item see us yourj
be sold to the highest bidder at the
needs in the afternoon they and Mrs. Brad Wilber Barry, Wayne Thomas court house door on the first Monday BROOKER I SUGAR CURINGAND
t ley and children went to Atlantic I Winston Kelley, Jean Endicott, in month of October, 1954, whichis
the 4 day of October, 1954.
OATS .. RYE Beach to see his sister, Mrs. i j Gene Edwards, Lenox Kelley, and Dated this 1 day of September. DAY NURSERY I
Louise Appleby, and family. Martha, Cindy, and W. B. Tyler.Mr. 1954.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
RYE GRASS Mrs. Margaret Kelly left on I and Mrs. L. L. Hardee, of Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- ,
I ford (Bounty Florida. OPENING OCT. 1st.
Wednesday of last week t" accompany -i I Jacksonville, were the Sunday 9/3 4t 9/24 i
CLOVERS her daughter, bit A. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. ,!
rlallman, and Mr. Hallman P'I E. Bigham Jr. ''Ia Clrralt Court. Bradford. County, Hours 7 a.m. 6 p.m. I II
Ito Chattanooga, Tenn. for an Mr. and :Mrs. H. F. Martin, of I Florida la rla..UT.E"a I
Cha on Smith. Plaintiff, vs. Rate $1.00 Per
I Consult your County Agent or your Soil Conservationist I tended visit. Tampa, spent Thursday with the Jesse[ Lee Smith, Defendant.Case Day :

I as to what fertilizer fits your needs, then economize by| Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews and' R. F. Ganos. I,Notice To Appear Xo. 10-665 Hot Lunch Served 1 MEATSALSO

I ( fertilizer fromBROWNLEE daughters, Linda and Vera, returned Mrs. Mary Green is visiting Mr. To: Jesse Lee Smith: whose resi-
buying your dence and address is: Unknown.
home Tuesday after aweek's and Mrs. Oscar Brown of Worth- You are hereby notified that a Supervised Play !

visit with their son, H. C. ington Springs.Mr. suit Divorce for 0 COLD STORAGE
% & CHASTEENStarke
i I Crews, and family in Indian Rock and Mrs. R. F. Gano and has been filed against you to the
above named Court and cause and
Beach. Mr. Crews mother stayed Mrs. and Mrs. O. R. Gano of Swan
I you are required to serve a copy of Mrs. Ralph Nettles
Fla. i with I Hilda while her parents were Lake visited the M. M. Ganos in your answer or pleading to the STARKE ICE CO.
complaint on the Plaintiffs
out of town. St. Augustine Sunday. Attorney T. Frank Landrum, Phone 2371Brooker
Starke, Florida, PHONE 12 STARKE FLA.
Louis Crews of Starke returned Mrs. Florie Hamilton returnedto
;! I and file the original in the office of
home Sunday afternoon after her home in Bradenton after he Clerk of the Circuit Court on .. .
I jr before the I ::: ::-__::i-:: < :_ _-:-:::- : ,' :'_=- :__:.s U:: -.! ThI1HY
spending a week with his mother, visiting with Z. W. Hamiltons for 18 day of October, 1954;
Mrs. C. R. Crews Sr. here.L. --

I G. Crews and family of the .

Heilbronn Community were guestsof
tf I relatives in Lawtey Friday
,' '/ C ttI
irr night of last week. .

1. (4 :Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sharricks of 5- a: i
'.) St. Petersburg were guests of her I S -

aunt, Mrs. V. R. Reddish, Tues-
/ day of last week.

I Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and

/ .. l. children were Sunday guests of
.-, Mrs. Phillips' sister, Mrs. Alice
t -J; I
Jones in Theressa.The .
)TEENAGERS= Paul Dinkins Jr. of Anthony' A'I

000I and Miss Adel Dinkins of Jacksonville '

I I'P! W '( I .'1 tlIM \ were visiting the DinkinsSr. I iI

{this bank is interested in YOU! kins. during returned the with weekend.her Mrs.daughter Din- I

_"IU nta.. ,,_ _,.. 1 to Jacksonville for a stay of several I (
You are our important customers of the future; '; days. I I r
I 'I
some of you already have accounts here. Part :Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Evans of II I

Birmingham, Ala. were weekend
f Hof your education for a happy and successfullife
I guests of his sister, Mrs. H. B. J
[ should be a knowledge of banking and
=' -- -.... Arwood, and Mr. Arwood. r
'how. it can I help )'ou.- Mrs. W. F. Moore spent from tt 1 M.,
I Friday to Sunday in Tampa with I

\. relatives and while there attended -
So we invite you to come uf any time and
: i the wedding of her niece, Miss
get acquainted 'and ask any questions Mary Jo Royal.Mr. .

'ou.t Mrs. T. L. Casey spentthe .
about our service that may occur to ) and
weekend in Auburndale with
You are always welcome this bank.. I
his parents, ,Mr. and Mrs CaseySr.

After spending two weeks with I

his parents, Fred Moore Jr. left 'MOST

FLORIDA BANK < STARKE Ion Tuesday of last week to return PEOPLE GUSSr

I' to Hendersonville, N. C. where he I
...ems i. will spend the winter attending
Member Florida National Group : the Blue Ridge Boys School near
(;, there.

I I hand :Mrs". :Milo Smith and I

':,children returned home Thursday I

,. last week from a weeks vacation -
. ..-.). lof
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with relatives
i spent I

l bama. II I HUNflREDS OO

THERE ARE NO 'BARGAINS'IN i I Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.were D.Sunday W. Moore guestsof of I, _

his father, J. H., Moore, and his

ROOFING OR SIDING! i brother, Fred. i

Tonight, Friday, the Dixie Lily iI iL L
Singers will entertain with a pro- I

r gram of music and song at the

%!., ,4 Lawtey Mr. and School Mrs.auditorium.Joe Shuford and BE CAU S E a FORD is V-8 powered

on of St. Augustine spent the II

weekend with his mother, Mrs.

J S. Shuford Sr. I -- a FORD is styled over its price
Mr and Mrs. J. E. Waters and

Children were Sunday evening dinner -

4e /guests of Mrs. Dan Parrish I a FORD is more comfortable than its price indicatesa

i1m m Maxville.

Heilbronn Mrs. Catherine Community Sponholtz is spendingthis of the FORD is built better than its price indicates

i\M1 week with Mrs. V. R. Reddish *

Birthday Dinner a FORD is worth more when you sell it, tooI

Roofing or siding should NEVER be a "pig in the poke" ; The home of Mr. and Mrs.

purchase. Be SURE get the facts from men who James Griffis was the scene of a

work with roofing and siding every day STARKE i birthday dinner last Sunday honoring I I I .. .- It comes down to this: nothing at the price compares with the '54 Ford.

BUILDERS' SUPPLIES.We I James Griffis and Marcus I It is the only car in its field offering a V-8 engine. And.that V-8 is the
Griffis. Those attending were: Mr. ,'
recommend FRY roofing and siding as your best' I and Mrs. F. M. Griffis and family M th industry's most modern: a 130-h.p. Y-block V-8! Ford is the only car

buy for a low cost long life investment.We'll i Viand I I Mr and Mrs. Louis Griffis I J W e in its field with a truly modem suspension. ; ; Ball-Joint Front Suspen

jof EUerbee Mr. and Mrs. Harry No car without it ride handle
sion. can so comfortably ; so easily
Arrange ABC Terms On RepairsFRY I jWilkerson and family, Mr. and
'Mrs Leonard Prevatt, Mrs Selma I R Ford is also the only truly modem-styled car in its field. You can see

FRY SIDINGASBESTOS ROOFING j I'I Eunice: and Gene and Jimmy Eunice i 6; ,.tf 1'1 iIJ" that at a-glance. Because no other car in Ford's field can offer these

SIDING* ASPHALT GIANT ( all of Lawtey, Mrs. Harris I t ,Ie features until later on, your '54 Ford will be up to date when competitive -

choice i|and Mrs. Scoggia and children of i! makes are old hat! That spells extra trade-in ralue.r ,
( colors) STRIP SHINGLES* St rke. and Mr.
.. and Mrs. nra-d '
) I I Norton of Jacksonville. Both received t hn I :"": -b
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Only Approi I' many useful gifts and to U !
those present reported a wonderful .

$25.00 $20.00 time.Starke. FO RD Get tomorrow's car today and

Per Month 36 Mos. Per Month 36 Mos. Citizens
have more to trade tomorrow!I.A.I'
Eligible For Cash .
*for average 6 room house. / 1 "

Citizens of Starke
trading area
of good character and in need of

cash are eligible for our Loan
I services. Either on a Pay
. Day Andrews Motor Co0

STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYPhone I$1.75 Status interest of $50.00 or for on the 30 days Famous, at

I Budget Plan. Contact :Marion '
45 Washington St. at S.A.L. Depot Finance Co. by phone 5333 Gainesville -


W. University Ave., Gainesville,
Fla. (Adv.) I Phone 118 Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE t
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I Presbyterian Men I r rI yyyyyyyy yyyyyy YY YI supply the pulpit Sunday, Sept. 26. I i CARD OF THANKS 1 TORNADO ZIPPER BINDERS,

The deacons and junior deacons !I, We would like to thank our S rings, $1.50. Bradford County Telegraph -

Discuss ProblemsOf I Keystone Heightsby will meet Monday and Tuesday GRAHAMMrs. [ many friends for their courtesyand : .

Church SchoolAt evening of next week to study the kindness during the long illness -

Mrs. Sara McDonaldu.uALAAAA..aALALAA.LA book "Honoring the Deaconship". John McKinneyAAAMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I i and death of our mother. Also 1

the monthly meeting of the This will conclude a course of I many thanks to the Air Park
study which was begun several :Baptist Church. 0
Men of the First Presbyterian I
I Church at the Sunday School Ii i Wm. Reynolds has returned to weeks ago. The book is being I Mrs. Eunice Box and children, : Leonard and Henry Griffis

St. Vincent's Hospital in Jackson- taught by Rev. Marvin Stedham, Joan and David, and mother, Mrs. i and family.
Nightly Revival Held Presbyterian Church building on Sept. 16, 'The Teach !I, onnlle.. I our District Missionary.The Loca Blount of Jacksonville at- I

ing Program of the Local Church"was I Harriet Kelly Class will ''tended at the Christian
At Air Park ChurchAir 26 9:45 J. Tullis suffered a slight stroke services .ALL TYPES OF I
Sunday, Sept. a. m. discussed. Rev. W. S. McAli- He I meet with Mrs. E. T. Davis Tuesday : Church in Starke Sunday and were

Park Baptist Church will Sunday School Special Rally ley, pastor of the cluirch ledjhe1!II l.ast Thursday at his home.Starke September 28, at which time dinner guests of Mrs. C. B. Robertsand PEST CONTROL
'vas taken to the hospital in
11 Morn- assiSted
Day ; a. m. he
program discussion, and was officers
for the will
Monday, I coming year Mrs. Millie J. Fogg.
conduct a revival starting ind is reported improving. Mrs.
ing Worship Service "Chris- by R. G. Paterson, superintendent, : be elected. Plans for the Annual
Sept. 27 and lasting through Oct. rullis, who was in Maryland at Mrs. Loca Blount celebrated hei TERMITESHousehold
and the Moral Law" 6 '
tianity ; and W. T. Jackson, assistant-su Banquet to be held some time in
3. Evangelist and pastor, Bobby he: time, was contacted and has 74th birthday last Friday night
Youth CommercialGRO"E
Fellowship -
p. m. perintendent of the local Sunday October, will also be discussed.
conduct the revival. lat the home of her sister, Mrs.
Collins Jr. I low returned home.
ry Gibson: Robert Humphries, and School. The 18 men present were SPRAYINGCall
service will begin nightlyat Several weeks ago in a special"call" Mary Hill, in Jacksonville. Dur
Song Leslie Humphries, hosts; 7:30: given a chance to ask questionsor Dr. Christoffers who was hospitalized I for estimate .'t.
7:30 p. m., and the sermon will p. m. Evening Worship Service I make comments on any of the 1: last week has returned meeting of the church, it ing the evening the honoree received ,.,

be at 8 p. m. Everyone is cordially "Material Offerings and Committ- ', statements made. Special stress I home and is back in his office was unanimously voted that the many lovely and useful Florida Pest Control '-'., .. .," 1
invited to attend. ment of Life". laid the fact that the a1n. Young Men's Bible Class act as a gifts. Refreshments of cake ice ; .. '.t>
was on &
committee to make plans for an cream, and drinks were served Co.
Monday, 7:30 m. Prayer :chief aim of the Sunday School: is Mrs. E. J. Richards of I
xe\\10n'l Educational Building. Last Oct. by the hostess. I 2220 N.W. 6th St. Ph. 60S3 Y
At The TabernacleThe I meeting at Claude Crowson to teach the message of the Bibleto Kan., is visiting her 1st, the Sunday School changed Gainesville Fla. ,, ,... .
II Those who attended were: Mrs. <
::3. > II
home. each age group. E. Kennedy.A I from a "Class" school to "De- I "
Tuesday night Bible studyat a Ann Bacile, Mr. and Mrs. Gilmer 1 I Q..tiWy.
Tuesday 8 p. m. The Women Rudolph Sink, president of the few weeks ago we reported :partmental" school, and classesare ,
around r
the Tabernacle centered Watford, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Swan- ,
of the Church will meet. j I Men of the Church, presided over :!i parakeet lost.'e now report ''I now being held in every avail- I poor r mother had
God to Mrs. Sal Mongiova,
the eight Covenants gave son, Mr. and
Wed., 7:30 p. m. Midweek a short business session. John ,one found, but not the same one. ,able space. The committee has \ Aft with daughterWho
Much valuable informationwas I Frank Wells, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. FRIGIDAIRiTHERE'S
man. 'Prayer service; 8 p. m. Adult ,Mixon reported that the score Mrs. Price has found and caught I been investigating possible plans, I called us when
brought out backed by Bib- 'I Barnett, Don Jay Nena, and Mrs. ,
Choir Practice; 3:30 p. m. for the attendance of the men one, blue and white. She would and it is hoped that work on the Knee-deeptnwater.
lical references. It was interestingto I Eunice Box and children, Joan and : i
stands at a tie. John Mixon and l like to find the .
Junior Choir practice. I owner.A I building can be started at an early JUST ONE I
note that each Covenant was David. Mrs. Loca Blount will be'
the enter- I
met -Thurs., 7:30: p. m. -,- Prayer Herbert Green sen'ed as card from Mrs. C. E. Sipe date. '
coupled with a condition to be remembered by friends in Brad- FRIGIDAIREMade
J. with
and B. I Don't play your
meeting at K. G. Duncan home. I tainment says they are in DuBois, Pa., and
in order that the Covenant mightbe I Fit, 7:30: p. m. Prayer meet- Bowden and B. C. Holtzendorf Jr. expecting to turn toward Florida I, YYYYYYYYYYYYYYY YYYYY.. ford County as Mrs. D. G. Kelly. I only by General I plumbing! Let Tommy do it.

fulfilled. ing at E. M. Davis home. .were appointed to serve for the soon. I II I Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Starling I Motors Corp. All other I He guarantees the quality of
H. E. -
afternoon the had as guests Sunday
Thursday next meeting. There have been several real HIGHLANDBy Electric Refrigerators are his work and promises neverto
ladies'l ; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Dam-,,
auxiliary packed a
HI-WAY CHAPEL estate transfers recently; Mr. and made by ether companiesand : o\ercharge. Call Tomm in
of clothing, toys, and miscellaneous (Assembly of God) Presbyterian Church I Mrs. M. L. Beasley have bought Sirs. NormanLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAA pher of Alachua. I II cannot use the word .
it to the Lacy caw of an emergent1)
articles and shipped I Miss Margie Lefernis and brother :
780 W. Highway 16 the Geneva Beach Apartments and I
little Jewish Orphan boy Emil I Rally and Promotion have moved there; Mr. and Mrs. I Jack attended a movie in : Frigidabe.I .

El Hassan whom they are sup- Services at the Hi-Way Chapel Planned Sunday Mike Funderberg have bought the Gainesville Sunday night (The ;
Day Sunday School 9:45: each Sunday -
porting in Palestine. Other plansof (Assembly of God), 780 W. High- house belonging to Dr. Neal or I Robe). i I Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE I
Service 11 and
; Worship a. m. ,
work were discussed at the way 16, will be as follows: I At the Sunday School hour this' Lake Geneva. They expect to ;7:30 p. m. each Sunday; Prayer Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moody of i ? ? r

meeting.The Sunday: 10 a.m. Sunday I coming Sunday, the First Presbyterian move about the first of October. i Meeting, 6:30 p. m. each Sunday. Jacksonville and children of Jack-

Saturday night youth meeting School; 11 a.m. Morning Wor- I Church will observe Rally I. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McEwen ,ol fI. Pastor, E. C. Harvey, Sunday sonville were visiting his parents, I THEN SEEIE.

was a "Watch" ful one; the ship; 7:45 p.m. EvangelisticRally. Day and Promotion Sunday. A Ponte Vedr Beach have boughtthe I'School Supt., J. A. EUnIce. Mr. and Mrs. John Moody, over

sponsor bringing an illustrated special program, entitled, "Salute'I I. lot in the S. W. corner tlf: I still the weekend. H. SMITHTenth
J. D. Boone and Edna are .
chalk talk on the value of a watch, Wednesday: 7:45 p.m. Bible the Christian Teacher" will be.. Magnolia and Jasmine Sts. They '
Bobbie Surrency of Tampa was
i in Macon, Ga., with friends and
and what a purchaser looks for in Study in the Book of Revelation. I presented, and promotion certificate -! are starting to work, building a Mr. and
I ;:relatives. here this week visiting and PHONE 4U-J
the watch he considers buying. Study will be found in 4th and 5th will be presented to those ,home immediately. |, Temple Ave.

First it must be pure gold (Job I chapter of Revelation. The Opening I i children who will go up to a higher I Mrs. John Powers entertained Mrs. J:: D. Boone, of Jacksonville Mrs. Leon Roselee Wynn. and daughter Starke, Fla .-. ..h_:. ---' ---- .- .f
Nephew _. .
I "' ,
3:18) the weekend here with I -- ----- ---- -'" -- -
23:10); open faced (2 Cor. ; j of the Book and the Six Se'als. age group. The teachers and officers !with five tables of bridge last spent

it must have willing hands (Eccles | Rev. Harold E. Bullock will be I I of the Sunday School and I.Thursday.Mrs. |friends and relatives. I John of McKinney Flora Home Saturday.visited Mrs. I' '-...;., -- -.-- -' .--__h. -._- .__ -_- __ -.__.. ..._'-., ,"-.'',- _-.___ _. .- -- -. --.-.-'
9:10): ) but most important of all, 1 back from Key West and will be Sunday School classes will be installed McReary entertained Friday i Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Norman

it must be full of good works in charge of the services. I by the pastor, Rev. W. S. night with three tables of went to Jacksonville to get their Mr. and Mrs. Kitchin of Key-
5:16).A good watch is Fred Call. 'daughter Evelyn, to spend the stone Heights attended church
McAliley.I bridge !
and night.
here Sunday Sunday |
i weekend home with them.
parallel to a good Christian I I he.e.Marilyn '
I St. Mark's Episcopal G. Paterson. superintendent who visiting I We are glad to report that Mrs. j
they must each possess all of I will I Rushton and Linda G. L. Sapp was in our communi- 'II
Rev Raymond E. MacBlain I i of the Sunday School preside Lizzie Hines is doing fine and
these attributes. I and award the promotion: cer- Walker will return to school thi i i i ty Friday p. m. was able to be moved to her I EasyIt's Fun
Schedule of Services I tificates. Special music will be week; Marilyn to Florida Southern E. C. Han-ey is running a revival '
I daughter's. Mrs. Dela Osteen, at
Methodist ChurchSunday SUNDAYS I provided by the Junior Choir and and Linda Weslyan College. i; at Oak Grove Baptist I last .
.. High Springs
9:45 a.m., Church School 11 the nursery children. The attendance Miss Schick and Miss lmandinger Church.
I I and Mrs. Flake Watson Ann Delafield
: 9:45: a. m. Church a.m., Morning Prayer & Sermon; I I goal is 75. A special offering I ger of the Park of the Palms an+! 1 Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Norman were in Starke Saturday on busi-

School. Promotion and Rally Day 6:30: p.m., Young People's Serv- I will be taken for religious education starting to Europe this week. Mis I W:and son, Larry, were visiting the .

Sunday. A goal of 250 for Church ice League. and it will be divided be- I Schick will go to Switzerland and N. Durkee of
Mr. and Mrs. E.
School. You are needed; 11 a. m. HOLY COMMUNION I'tween the local Sunday School Miss Almandinger to England Green Cove Springs. Mr. and I Appetite Reducing Plan
Consecration Eliza'I Maudie Smith and daughter, Hollywood were visiting I
Morning Worship. 1st. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun- and the Assembly's Board of Chris- I They will sail on the Queen last Thurs-
of Church School Officers and day 7:30 tian Education. A special invitation beth next't'dnesday.. Shirley, were in Jacksonville Tues- Mrs. John McKinney I! .

Teachers. Topic "Faith Does I a.m.FRIDAY is extended to every Presby- I Mrs. W. Doying was in town l'day. day. Star- !I I NOW ,I'
and P. O.
Things"; 5:30 p. m. Recrea 7:30: p.m. Litany & Meditation terian and other interested per- over the weekend.Mr. !; Miss Maggie Crews is spending I '
tion Time; 6:15: p. m. Fellow : 8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal. sons. i and Mrs. Collins who haVE
ship Supper far Intermediates and I I been occupying the Doying hOUSE!iher, niece Kathleen Stringer and day at the stock market. j AND EAT IT TOO i

Seniors; 6:45: p. m. Worship Church are leaving for Alabama. He ha:!I 11:family. Mrs. Jennings Starling of Hawthorne -

Service for MYF Groups, ages 12 St. Edward's Church I Presbyterian been transferred.Mr. i Mr. and Mrs. Berten Corithers. and Mrs. Harley Starling ,

to 18; 7:30 p. m. Preaching Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. '(Plans Cottage Prayer and Mrs. Robert Eolles arE i 'of Jacksonville spent Sunday ,of Graham were .visiting in Bradford Now Is The Time

Service. Topic, "Facing up to Re- Holy day masses, 6:30: a. m. and Next Week the parents of a baby girl, Deborah .. I with the Marrs family. Wednesday. To Reduce 98

sponsibility". 8:30 a. m.Children's. !j Meeting I Elaine, born last Thursda:);| Gene Converse of Jacksonville 1 Don't forget church services at i i .

Monday: 7:30 p. m. Weslyan Class Saturday 11 For the week of September 27 in Orlando. Mrs. .Bolles was Mis;;!;i!spent the weekend here with 111 a. m.; Sunday school at 9:4.51: | Regular] $6.95
Of- a. m. I Walrath. :friends and relatives. a. m. Everyone is welcome.
Service Guild; 7:30 p.m. thru October 1, the members of Anne !I *
ficial Board Meeting in the church' Keystone Heights the First Presbyterian Church will I First Baptist Church I Several from here attended the While They Last ONLY

parlor. (Women's Club) have cottage prayer meeting in I Rev. and Mrs. John W. Pearce. ''WMU meeting or program at Heil- i CARD OF THANKS I II I

Tuesday: 9:30: a. m. WSCS Sunday Mass 8 a. m. i preparation for the Evangelistic ''I who now live in Indiana, expect t I bronn. Friday p. m. I I We wish to express our sincere !

Prayer Group.Wednesday Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. "services by Rev. George H. Smith to arrive at their home in Stark ;i Mrs. Kenneth Thompson and thanks for every expression of ADVERTISED IN LIFE MAGAZINE FOR $6.955KOCH'S

3:15 Chil- Confessions before all Masses. Saturday of this week for a tw<<)>|I children of Starke attended church
: p. m. of East Point Ga. Oct. 4 thru 8. "sympathy extended us in the loss
drens' Story Hour in the recreation Meetings will be held at 7:30: I weeks' vacation. Rev. Pearce!: !here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin of our father. G. V. Lee and family.

hall; 7:30: p. m. Bible Church of God each evening except Tuesday as 'i who was our former District Missionary -j.Knight of Jacksonville also attended. DRUG STORE

Study and Prayer. I I I follows: Monday--Claude Crowson served as pastor whei I I
Thursday: 6:30: p. m. Youth, Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- I home. Wednesday at the Church. :,the church was first organize
Choir Rehearsal; 7:30 p. m. -':ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Evening I Thursday K. G. Duncan's home. five years ago and contributed t i i on business Monday. I A thought for the week: When PHONE 53 STARKE, FLA.Aicriww. .
I deal to the actual building I Winfred Wilkinson of Jackson- thou prayest. to thy Father
Chancel Choir Rehearsal. Service 7:45 p.m., Y.P.E. Friday at E. M. Davis' home. great i pray .
Service Wednesday 7:45 p.m., and I. Tuesday night at o'clock will ;of the church. He will probabl;f ;I yule was in our community Satur- which is in secret }Iatthew 6:6: v _: "_ ::, ..:-. .:':i- -' ::: :::!f' -_-. :: .- _._-.- !
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Church of Christ Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45: p.m. .be the Monthly meeting of the -

C. L. Overturf. Jr., .Minister Law ley j Women of the Church, in the Sunday -
I Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng School Building.
Sunday Morning Services: Sun- t
I i Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serv-
day School At 10 a. m. Worship IIEILBRONN '
ing Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
service with Communion at 11 BAPTIST CHURCH

a, la. I I: CHURCH OF JESt'S CHRIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching -

Sunday Evening Services beginning I LATTKK u.nS.lST 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30p.m. .

with Bible Classes for aliiage Services each Sunday in old Masonic Preaching 7:30: p.m. Prayer ,

groups at 6:30 and Preaching Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday :Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. .

at 7:30 p. m.Wednesday. I School 10 a.m.. Sacrament Serv- Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. YOu Can Buy All Yothre Ever ante d

Evening Prayer ice 6:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.SE"E .
Meeting at 7:30:: p. m. Come Worship FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH I II

With Us.Christian. H DAY I LA\\TEY, FLt.Sunday .

Services ADVENTIST each Sabbath CHURCH in old I 11 a. m.School& 7:30: 10 p.a.m.m.Midweek Preaching -
Church I for the Least cull Ever !
m. Pay
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sab- ( service Wednesday 7:3.0 p.

Bible School 9:45: a. m. Worship bath School 2pm. Preachingeach A. E. Massey, pastor.

Service 11 a. m. and 8 p. second and fourth Sabbaths I Bible School-10 A. M.

m. Prayer Meeting each Wednes- 3 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor. ,
day 8 p m. J. E Sherwood CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Minister. Bible Studv each Thursday 8 p.mEveryone 1, SOCIETYOrange
I! Park, Fla.
--. -. i: Sunday service 11 a.m. Sun-
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'day School 11 a.m.
I Wednesday Evenings-1st Wed-
FIRST CHURCHStarke nesday each month, S p.m. -
Public cordially invited. Nursery :

l maintained for all services. k. LL-W

j I I Community Center Building, ,
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Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town LWTEFL\. '..' L.- ..I'

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 10 a.m. Sunday Scnool. 11 a.m

preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:13 prayer -
All the Size!
service, 7 o'clock song services.

Sunday Sermons: 11:00..,1. 8:00 P.M.: 7:30 evening sendees. Because no car so big is priced so low, you can easily afford and

enjoy genuine fine-car comfort, loominess and readability.
Sunday School 9:43 A M. Training Union 6:45: P.M.: i i HAMPTONCHRISTIAN::

CHURCH All the Luxury .

Midweek Service Wednesday, S:00: P M Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship I I I Pontiac's distinctive Silver Streak styling, its rich, colorful interiors I'

_. .. Service 11 a. m.; Youth Program I '
'..' :; ; I and its countless luxury: appointments add immeasurably to
'''.. 5. !: : .. :" ': -= :' : ,,'iI 6'30 p. m. Evening Service I I your
I pride of ownership. It is one of America's very finest cars. II I
--- mBro. J. B. Dixon pastor
p 1
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All the Performance !
I CHURCH Pontiac's euperlathe all-around performance and remarkable handling 1

First Baptist Church Hampton I Sunday Scnooi 10 a.m. ease provide a constant source of driving satisfaction! you never I i

I Morning Service 11 a.m. thought possible at a price near the very least on any new car :
I Evening Service 7:30 p.m. !

Invites You I Prayer Meetings Wednesday< All! the Dependability! !

I night 7:45 p.m. Saturday nighl' Its unsurpassed record of long, carefree life is your assurance that

To attend all of it's sen-ices. We are "Holding forth ownership of a Pontiac is yours at minimum operating expense.All .
the Word of Life"
at home and abroad. Won't you join

others who are finding Spiritual Refreshment and Park Baptist Church: Sun- the Future Worth !

Guidance in these services We would be delighted to day School. 9:15 a. m.; Preaching And finally, with Pontiac's acknowledged high resale value, you'll

have you ** Service. 11 a. m.:; Training] Union. get; back more when you trade. Come in and talk dollars and cents-

Sunday School 10 a.m. Training Union 7:00 6:45: p. m.: Preaching Service, S learn what a wonderful buy Pontiac is right noic!
p.m p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednes-

Sermons: 11 A.M. and S P.M I ZIPPER BINDERS, Ili Simpson Urquhart Pontiac
150. Just the thin for keeping ) .
Merle L Packham, Pastor I, your books and other school supplies -

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4 FRIDAY SEPT>'I'ES 24. 1954

Masons I Hi-Y Club Sells I T. F. Howell Will (Mrs. Ola H. Griffis i'Percy J. Green, 10, Chamber of CommerceThe OFFICIAL SEAL) i Ton are required to appear on

Will Confer Football ATTESTWAIN'VIUGHT.. MATOR jOctober j :S, i)54, in the abut naned
DegreesBradford Programs Farm Census .
I i iI Head :Dies At ResidenceOla Dies Of Brain Tumor Chamber ot Commerce will Court and causewherein. plaintiff
I Carl Johns, City Clerk. seeks; dlvor e-.
hold a regular meeting :Monday at ,
Lodge No. 35 F. and I I The Hi-Y got back in full swing I II I T. F. Howell, who lives on Road Harris Griffis. 74, died at Percy Joseph Green, 10yearoldson 1:15: p.m at the Chamber of Commerce /U :5t /!! [,publish Bradford this County Telegraph slat
A. M. will hold their regular meet- I I recently under the sponsorship of i: ICO about seven miles southeastof her residence here Friday evening I of Levy W. and Pearlie Green I office according to President I.Finriaat Circuit! .Co. rt- Bradford CenatL:weekly: issues. in next f< m

ing Monday, Sept. 27 at 7:30 Dr. Calvin J. Houpt. As usual Starke has just been appointed :.following an illness of several j of Starke died Tuesday from a I' T. H. Slade. ''Bruit n Young> CbaacerY: Plaintiff t?. Jos-: I i I at Witness Starke: my Florida hand, and official.". : p.m'j'the 1Ii-Y will sell the programs at Crew Leader for Bradford, Clay 1 i ph i E Young Sr.. I> the S. ,
i efendantrase .
at the Masonic Temple. i (I II I(i months. She was born in Georgia )brain tumor. He was a member Slade said a nominating com :her. 154OFFICIAL

I the football games. In this way and Putman counties in chargeof i I Ito the late Riley and Mary Bennett :jof the Mormon Church. He has ,mittee will be appointed for this Order Of Publication And Xo>oti 10-6S6<- '.. ( SEAL) Charles A Darby
Masons Degrees will be conferred I'the Club makes most its Appear As Clerk of said t.urt.
; Mate
of money I hiring enumerators who will ( Harris. j lived in Starke since he was two 'year's Chamber election. Plans Joseph' K_ Of Florida. Tot By Marian L. Crosby Deputy ett-'rfc

by Worshipful Master Robert for the year. ,collect data for the 1954 Censusof months old after his birth in for a Chamber of Commerce "Fall 1 ,ult-iii and, ..itidrrs-Y..ung. Sr Port whosr 1'-, 7.a h H liousias. 5 ''> [I.\ .:' i i. i-" _.ti'g -
Barksdale. I IVI. Due to the hard work of Joann Agriculture to be started on ,.I I the Mrs.Airpark Griffis was Baptist a member Church.of' Plattsburg N. Y. j,I Rally" will also be discussed and I son. I.oiii;:: l-liini! :\.,\\ Tack Jefffi \ttts' J.;f..r, k>rr ontilir: F: .: 'it.1.1.-i i I'

Elder Town- November 1. plans be made for !I
Smith De Wayne Besides wjll a banquet. .
Surviving his parentsare -
I Funeral services
were held at the
send Strickland and Mrs. Elder, Six Enumerators will be hired :the incorporation of the Chamber,

C. T. U. all of the "ads" were sold. for theyear's to take the. census in Bradford (Robert church Collins Monday and with the Rev.the Orris Rev. Berry three Micanopy sisters, Mrs.Mrs. Palmer Lottie and other business._ '-- Sell It Rent ft Trade It

football prgrams.The County, who will travel from farm i
I Live
Thomas Oak
TEXAS Collins and Miss :MB.ETERAN of World War
LOCAL officiating. Interment
OPTION Hi-Y is "to create to farm, interviewing farmers i
VICTORIES purpose ''followed I in the family plot at Ethel Mae Green Starke; sevenbrothers 2, pay me $100 and pick out jour TO A
maintain and extend through the using questionnaires provided by 1 TELEGRAPH
TEXAS HAS HELD SIX LOCAL school and community high I I the Census Bureau. I'I'I .Crosby Lake Cemetery. !I Clinton of Michigan,, t home in Saratoga Heights. Pay CLASSIFIED

I(I.:Percy of Palatka, Their of $250 closing and in.
IX upon
1954 AND
standards of Christian Surviving are tier husband,
All those who are interested in I Low Rates
character.1 I Gainesville, Kenneth, U. S. Army .\. J. Good Results
HAS \VOX THEM .\LL. FOUR The Hi-Y platform applying for an enumerator job, Henry Griffis. and one son Leon-"! THOMAS REALTOR. Easy To Place
in Japan Luther Tim and
OF THESE ELECTION'S WERE speach clean sports, clean living are advised to see Howell. ard Griffis both of Starke; two )' Aubreyof >OTH n OP ELECTION !0 WORDS OR LESS. ONE
CALLED UP BY THE WETS, and clean scholarship". I Qualifications for enumeratorsare "brothers Oscar Harris of St. I j I. .J. It Wainwright. Mayor rfStarke. INSERTION 50c

AND TWO BY THE DRYS. "ETG..uX I The Hi-Y Club Synamic is "con- : Augustine and Will I i Funeral services were Held in [ : Florida lit titrur of the EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c
Harris ofi iauthoiity tes-ted in nit by law djherebt nIscot \,TOF
is PER
Sapp Cemetery Thursday with the CENT o\
2 DRY UXITS.RII. tagious Christian character". 1)) Be a United States citizen Starke; one sister Mrs. Nettie I (.ill a special run-off election TWO OR MORE ISERT10w >!S
-. ALBERT F. TUCKER.EXECUTIVE r Rev. Wilford W. Jordan officating.. tn lie held at the tHy Hell in :
The Hi-Y Club objectives: between the ages of 18 and 6"with Harris of Jacksonville; and 15 the aforesaid dth> the qual fledvoters .e UmITlOL FOR LI'U ADS OR ..IDSOT PUU n
Active Pallbearers were: Manus amt t\1'E
SECRETARY OF i I i"Sacrificial Manhood". school education erandchildren on Tuesday. October ;!6. 1954.
a high
or and
THE UNITED TEXAS DRYS ANNOUNCED t j The Hi-Y Club was represented equivalent. 10 great grandchildren ,Griffis, Delbert Green, Leaman I j for the officer purpose: of electing the following \lE.'IOIU'-\"IS. CARDS OF THANKS RESOLUTIONS 2CH. Per Line

IX AUGUST THAT in the parade Friday, in i I Green and Russell O'Berry. |OX"I.IJEIUJ.X FOR TWO YE.nIn"l.e"tnr5 (COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE
21) Pass a test to demonstrate Active pallbearr, I I I )
were: Lloyd of said election.Kuth :
I promoting school spirit. There ability to understand written instructions King. Woodrow Gnffis nov i i BroadwayA.
IN PROCESS OF ORGANIZATION were several cars representing :: Recent Birth U Crosby, Jr. -
perform simple -
Crawford I
Wilha-j Harris, Edward T. T. Long A. J.

the Club.Recent. I Starke Fla.
and read Robert G. Green
OF THESE WILL BK COUNTY i maps. Harris an-1 Leonard Griffis Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Marco H. C. BrownIn I ,, FOR SALE
ELECTIONS HE PREDICTS A.I '! 3) Be of high moral character (Jr. DeWitt C Jones Funeral i announce the birth of a daughter I' testimony hereof. I hereunto nt
Birth ,able to conduct interviews have Home subscribe my name and cowry the i
DRY VICTORY IN EVERY j ( was in charge of arranejnents. Sharon Chiles September 22 at St. 'I.ral .,.f the 1'i itv to he hereunto affixed FOR Homes 'nder Construction
Mr. and airs Freddie L. Clark !rood eyesight, good physical condition I Vincent's this :21st day of September' SALE
|of Brooker, announce the birth of and have a knowledge of .\.11. 1954. 118u"I' IN STARKE'SNEn'EST
(THE AMERICAN ISSUESEPTEMBER n.uadl'r ronntrnrtiun.
farming: and farm operations. I Price* $.,:14"I.oo
1954. la' son. Lloyd Stephen September Mrs. Lillie to *10.HHt.HI. furnikbrd -
) II I i6, at the Doctor's Clinic Hospital.ALVAREZ' 4i I Be a resident of the rural Wainwright I hot water with rirrulalins heater, SUBDIISION.
area near his initial assignment. (:Dies In Jacksonville elertrir refrigerator elertrie andenelian otute. Pine

!I Ii 51 Have a car and be financially i Mind til for a down payment haven

Men's.Clothing able to sustain himself until his Mrs. Lillie Weeks i of low ta,1lIhto leteraoo and *..
Wainwright. a.:04'.OO
I I t tI vn-etrrnQx. WITII1,1..
i i Established 1894 first salary payment probably ;69. of Hawthorne, died in Jacksonville Tilt or hnrdnood floor, ear laxnlated TIIKSK FPtTIHES
I port Roof.
I I. I 'after: his assignment is completed. this week where she had I Three buries> and hate lawn three lu..ludI bed- Asphalt Tile Fl.Faired...r. U'alU

!1! Enumerators .may not be on ll i i been confined for several l weeks of details are managed\ and economic- I floor roonio. hate at leaxt 9'M MI|. fl of \Heater\ und and! fun,,. Hot Jalouxieinduno \\afer

._ '_, __. '__ _, ._ ,_ .:. '-- _' k_ state or federal payroll or pension, I She was born in Hampton and ally attended that only a trained and aiiurnted pare dekiitnx and are of in the hoa latexf..inc hats Purln, (fir Muk.I 'IIiti.Fall... Bath U wiled Cut

an office holder, or a close relativeof I was a member of the Hawthorne careful organization can attend when I Head"1'.1.'u for a orruimnre within two and Iluxineoii(lone to .Sehool. ('harrbei
I month Iliiilt
OPERATED BY ALTON DOBBS another census taker. Veterans -I Baptist Church. the urgent need for serving is at !! the Hall direct KiipertUion of Ken under}'. District

who meet<< all requirementsv. hand. well known builder and Fill .'n_,\( 1\<<,
She is survived by one sister. .. run'ra'or.
I -
be given first preference. Z
Mr Mary Weeks I blind... Iledro.hu ?7.IX O _
Gieeer, Starke. til for a down payment )) a, fSSTt: 4'lo..ine (. XKW

Cook'sGrocery I and one brother Truman D. < DeWITT C. JONESPhone of*:;.-.(XIIMMW! (HI upon with cpplication and Pa;went JW.TO. oM< Hon tbh -
Legion To View Weeks. Jacksonville. I leteran and final rloxine. to a 3
I i a* low a *s.:>O.OO to Bedrnom I _
7 Starke, Fla. a \ .n-\"'I'raa. I) *4OO
I ona a:;-o
Gator Bowl FilmPost Funeral i services were held at j .---- JIll 1114 I I Tile ) I'a''b' Cloolm 917.(Mi. 4 ..". MuntliI -

jthe I t DeWitt C. Jones chapel Wed- MoleN or hurdwnod loins, tar

56 of the American Legionwill 'I'nepdav with the Rev. Lewis D Funeral Director ambulance Service 1 *. acreage gong huatnn.and residence concernfarm /", Nothing eke to pa,'. I'urrha
have R. Olsen business NOW -
George Move
Haines officiating : Our local funeral home enables InieMor when completed
and to
: interment i us offer convenience &WI or home -
manager of the Gator Bowl Irate ... ... barer dwu't a
followed in Santa Fe Cemeterv services not otherwise availableWe .rl. until >uuSKK
Association with a film of the

Auburn-Texas Tech Gator Bowl Active Pallbearers were: H. H. See Joseph D.
I I II I I II I II Warren
j Houston. IJI4
game at their regular meeting! P. D. Reddish. Claude

PHONE 405 Tuesday night. I parkman Lester Crews H. A. furnish the highest type cervice at lowest prices, aao j A. J. THOMAS WARREN CONST CO

Jax Hi way We Deliver Open Thurs. Afternoons Olcen will show the film following I Durd n. and J.V.. Brown. : accept ANY life insurance policy In force issued l by AN' I'. O. Box 787

.......--- the regular business meeting DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home p company as payment in pan or In full on a funeral REAL I>T1TK DEALER Tele. 415-W
DIXIE LILY 60-oz Pkg. according to Program Chairman ,t!was in charge of arrangements. Consultation carries no obligation. Ml Trmplr Marke Ite., Florida TI'II'P.o.u Starke, Fla. -

L. Crosby Jr. i 4 I IIIJII J I I II

Post! 56 now has 114 new mem- Lion's i -- --- ... --- \\ I I.I. ,I'oexlJ-'lJall black ,,, .
Discuss sFa.ir-M ly d"g I' ,,
ftI Buick !
." !edan. 165.
...., lit ,,
for the 1954-55 year in its'igorous -- < nt 'nduloii. At Buyer J.. ,,
59c !iYear's :1 lUni Ki H;,
RiCE luiford
Broom lid
campaign to get 314 Sale Get Set For The ItcllgjH'i LUSTIaI'JBiot"h 11..."b. put(, ,
I py with brown ,, .
((100 per cent member I 1: 'EXT-11"dt'rn about Spot \rt r '
) by Nov. 11. The campaignis ) : The Lion's Club discussed: its '|1 i "'.I-, ,,tui halh furnished on King>four lry collar.two Was months loss old-hail hr.\\ >
I in t ,
I >i nrar F.n .
t.tk '
I I n
moving ahead of schedule b :I forthcoming Broom Sale and WORLDSERIES I i i \\,:MI.-, diM'ii;,11.-- f I-H.hing C. and i'lutt bathing. Koad_ St Jlnnie Plea and....Auto phone Ku.iph; ,m r ,',1 i
Post Commander C. L. Cur rigI Sight Conservation program at ]I" Mirkc ltl night IS2-J. day Jr. .
6BotCfn C all veterans who have not I I their meeting Wednesday night "
urges \\ \ \ FOR
'I'CI-ttn:i k. SAI.Io.-75 '
COCA COLA 21 joined the Legion this year to do in the Lion's Den. ",, I ",.,1..1' .tnytrrne\n- Kind odd jobs }4.0"0 Sefli onl head' I. fat ,it'" .. \

so soon. I Several visitors were entertain On A New 1955 >K < .J I-1." \\:11: "wrighl.[ back e'k: .:
MK I > l..ike tirurery .
I I.
Legion memberships can be paid ed during the evening. They were: ALLCHAXNEL'plITH. 11 I ;
I ,
JERGENS Bath Size to Gene Long, A. J. Thomas J r., Capt. R. T. Lovorn signal technical ji'l 1: l'C\T: -Furnished tied room FOR URXT-Furnished al'." 111,. .
\i 'Hi hll hen privileges and T.I" ." Ju..t recently redecorated in-, Ray Stone Bill Graham Seeber I advisor the 1 t i. in. .. new' asphalt tile ,
Bars 4ftC for National tads Ill'' couple at Itoyr I floor 11I?<1, "i
Goodman or any Legionnaire on 'Guard stationed 1.1'I: i'mil on rdjrtof tonn Rt IS. n\enleni-es-: car poit n. u I
TOILET SOAP 1 i Camp Bland- i Iuf'rri: 1:01 Itch!: school I'olit.nt ,Iro-. _\ K sa ,.*
# the 40 and 8 locomotive that is 615 McMahon
: ing; Louis Ja-stT.: a teacher: at Chatham R18007 j .St. f'hotitIs"I \\ r
F. II: XI.i':
stationed in front of AltarMen's ez Bradford : -Missionary and Florida
High School: and Bill "" :'11"\\ h..rry plants See FOR nE Unfurnished house
Pete iuD

Store on Saturdays.Ministerial Kmes. plant engineer at Big Dad: 17-[nch TV I ;111f,,' r.t I. Start It quire at Bus Station. tt

MILK 3 ToUCans 39C Alliance and Shep Faber, another BHS TRADE IN YOUR Mahogany 179.9:> RADIOS REPAIRED LET J. D ODOM, JR

Holds Prayer ServiceThe t j All Make All Models CATTLE AND HOGS
The club also welcomed back Leis a\ailable at slight fieaconahle ebaricea guaranteed SALES _
Starke Lion Charles I See the new CHS. r. SIIFPHKHI1 LUe Oak Karh: Uedaendayaliie
Ministerial S. Partin after his "Cinebeam"t \
Alliance .
mj W. ,
: ra cost Can St. Starke Ph. (; llle Each Friday
(LIMIT ONE) 3 Lb. Can sponsored a prayer service Wednesday absence of a rear while Commander : and "Cinelens" sets tai tf
F ti|: :-- \|LE--I-: I iirlit
in response to a Congressional I of American Legion Post 56 : i 'i.nt 11!">. .'" pi,iiflf I stwmg ma-i
single n.w $11r.tIi j FOR nEXT-Three ,
or foul '
l' wmapartm..nl
resolution and a declaration i inodfl tuinli. radio and pho-
comfortably fumished:
Crisco 89cSURF by President Eisenhower for Rent Rirth CALL US NOW FOR PROMPT TV l.iui\ii..Ki.iph, $1W.'lii I!. Peiiiif Rt 1 rooms and bath. eleitrn. kn-hfii, -
< .
;1 |11111'r at Standard St shadylac'n. Available .\ug. l,
a "Day of Prayer for Peace for I CONVERSION OR REPAIR WORK I' n'' lI. a.I Jlrs. L. ii Clara Bt?>vani Hd

our Nation and the World." Mr. and Mrs. Don Champion, of I."' 'II: IJ-XT-F..tlr: : room East Bridge Starke.. Rt I. I mile hum' ldli Si.
ROT 2-' tf''hs
Leading the service heM in the Ocala. announce the birth of a I In iivf IHI s: Water St. Itp

FAR orCHEER First Methodist Church were Rev. .daughter born Monday. Sept. 13Maternal WINKLER ELECTRIC F.ul,: << \iK:-Iioltt-rman Pincher pup- FOR one KENT bedroom-Furnished and gla-seii apartinrnt I ,.:cup-. I

L D Haines Fev: R. D. Sommer I I grandparents arefr.: i; SERVICE I ta.,."- h'. iiulcand 1 female $25: : ing porch, large in UK i "<"rn.
and Mrs Al) Hartmann |1 h > Itt. 1. Starke. Fla. kitchen and dinnette 4.'t, ainjth
Large Pkg
2812CJELLO Pot'VV S MacAliley. and Rev grandparents paternal 221 N. Temple Ave Phone 166 Starke Fla. 2tp 101F'i' St or apply at Tuck \1011-, i '"iff.
.* T Quigley are Mr. and :Mrs_ tf
: ': lisT: : .
Leo Champion. -Four room nirelv fur-
I ,i.'-lit'i, ,tta.irt! refrigerator \\HITE WAITHE.S.SVVSTI.I > -
-::: L I I i liili-, |pref.'rtrd Rea!'iinalip| Xe'' Kingsley Brach >f
: :;:. :._ .:." ;_ '- "",Vi lake P.-ad. Box
454 1 Itp

Pkgs j FOR SALE-3 room. !o'T f n J> 't. 11
3 13C \:}rXMI I'SRP PIANOS 'f/ti I frame cuttdge Eleiliitai..v ,'
ti >. Xl f.E -isonahle liberal! trade.tlntan.r -in i pfd, deep well. 70 fct-l on ry H'gh-"
e' I no dflher! > char II say ivv fruit tree, al-n I i .... .n
"ri-, ttrmar'apRed.. '. Write gin cabin. Inquire t'lemtnNUI! < -> I..

GoodG\J ; I 1 I. "I; < j Pradford Co't'hl Tflegraph I 10/29 I( " 2Slbbagi.07 -

SCRATCH F FEED \ ",1 TIE Vi ,; K"|; SiXLK--<'hi.-kt-n-; Pt 2 s|"oI I I FOR SALE-SO acre farm u i.Ift, in n.
""::'. .1.' ,1I.j ''f I I -in ft next to Jott'nll on 1"I ". SI ern house, I roilynrlh of ]I"i *
1' ''
: ., : V A L I I I 1 2tp 10/1 Humphre.s try on C. S.New 301.Highland uith'ii r 1.1.I'ln'See f

i-"i >l: : \1.1--- owntrV. R
:0 -- d-' Strn kland 1'1(
0 BOYS Bottle I I j."i i l M"tor'curt. Phone 337J.lung.
Ii FOR SALE-Three bedroom, h.uater ,-.-.
Service andProducts Ii i I and lights with in >. g.II'1o ,
C i spot and small out hnr-, ,,", -1
21 other odds and ..end >.., .1 I \\
Electric Motors I Uriffij"ISa Orange St. ..r II. >, H x
Syrup 4-p I'I! I

REWOUND AND i POI RENT-Three bedr.n,. not .'
flushed house in Kejston ,
;! Contai t Blake Jack-on Muk
To Keep Your Car AIR PARK BAPTIST Fred Leunhard KeyKtone Hrgt-r.
Appliance Repair _31 < hg '' .4

YELLOW ONIONS II 3b/ 25C Rolling in Florida I, General :Machine: WorkS FOR grand SALB piano.-flood Everett as new I !In o ',,..,_h.r"B .,'x

StyleFaulkner's I :If) 7

All Work Guaranteed BIO STEADY EAR.VIN fr 1I'.n
CHURCH or woman Distribute .
Lge Heads I i Reasonable Rates Ad'prti"ed'atkin" Pi X"'I""dl'y'..111,1, "

LETTUCE 2 25C I Starke.merit needed No expenem Age no,1' 1..11',n-_-r_

I Easv to e"'ablisht'al' 'r'.IIII.t IJ..<- 1
One-Stop Service RED full or part tini W'i ;ir,,

i gives you Guaranteed September 27th Through October 3rd SEAL J.Mr R.('Watkins. R. Ruble fompant Dpt .11..mpn--;. Th.,
Doz --- : 2. Tenn
LEMONS 29C Service and Guaranteed ELECTRIC & :MACHINE: [ I .If

Products SHOPF. FOR REXT-To couple w itli, no h t "-
dreor pets furnish-d ( ot-ag- I
bedroom living room kit, h.-n and
0 : W. GRAtnOV bath. Mrs. L. D. Vinmg- Phone _
Will Have Plenty Large :MULLET LbFISH 49. .Starke 1'p
Owner Manager
WANTED-Will pay 110 Per th.u.,,, .
Be SURE the right peopleare PreachingBegins ; 106 Washington St.-I'hone 397 and feet Preston stale for 11 r *
t Starke, fla.O"TU1" log delivered to my",,,W rrrll 1! .r- i
16'COmURY servicing you car day Song'I> mile South I.awtey on ".'"I T 'I. .

in and day out The Life I, cut above 8 ft.the 3 In'he-IIlnng and ,. .1 .'f
( : ( IIIKU nailPay '
II IMS *-\-i\ !"ui & ..
of Your Car Depends on Service FOR !C ".t: T. W. Tatum Rt. L I-." tf\ PIA1I1 !
the Little Things Let STtltHK' IU0.. tf ;i"I I

I's Take Care of These for Nightly FOR{ SALE: -New t \: x II) fv.nir.i WBAT as drink DISPLAY CASE Can I L. .." 1 "
a s ; i '- bill k, Iv iVmt-nt box sell{ cheap (01 i ".,d. ,
You. # )1 40 for
I, per what hate you1" Robv ..
Moitar' ilx \
SAUSAGU"55CHUB 1 ug 11.'J; prr baK Station at State I
At y-- Hra.If"rrl }; FarOld1. k
8:00 P.M. !! 'M --I.llk...ngnng *'v {l\ 'tlit-If in S'arkfFOP. 1'f'

: rEXT-T" ,,,, \
1".1 l: s \I.E-I "j. 'Ir. 1." ,
7:30 h'-'i-f
i! |l h..1' t IIU, I" .,i ..a I I,: 1' Wa'n'it i :omplffh:' Sen l ,fu; n-, !i> tl I. -,_
i'f-> rf>- a' '.
$1"1' ,
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I d BDYERS c.f IIVHRS guinea for piau aU das6n ot land from and ncrl typo,

REPEAT CHUCK Lb. I EVANGELIST BOBBY COLLINS JR. Catalogs circulated by Id\'tnisinl.lKrc.in feuly oter 50o IIC1oSp"pcn aniTmf,lh&uundJ on IlIgh"01
.. II1nJ MJW and through STROUT erg Cat Olbcn. UH tout pTOpf'n
the benefit
enjoy of STROUT'S
FAULKNER'SGULF sdrenising prognlJl at 110 additional CnL :0.0; SALE hallonai
1'\:0: PAY &ollc&
I STROtiT SILU lIIiIiIc1I; frtt. HOW


I. Temple SERVICEI Ave I I I Everybody Invited World's SIE. WHITE Largest 08 PHOXE: OJlicei Coast-to Coatl v* Slt1ce 1900_. i

F. C.
._ HOLUXGSWORTH. Representative ,
... 1:': > "- :.a __rk:.' --: i\-! :;;., r5.W -"- "" "J-.M:\r- '- ;-
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