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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 19, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Pecan Yield Low, Tornadoes Meet Clay High TonightIn




I I I But Price High Annual 'Homecoming' Contest



At Market Auction


Starke's first pecan sale held,:I Bradford High 1954 Squad Plays Last Home Game !Blue Devils Rate

arty this month confirmed the i .
larkest predictions about this j I.-- :

ears" pecan crop. Only 1,450 Ibs. II -. :It -, Favorites Over

were sold at the auction as com-
Jared with 23,874 Ibs. for the G _

I ;_ irsi auction last year. 'I I -. Game Starke Team

: The price for this year's pecanswas I i
on the bright side with j

mces running almost double what Bradford County's Tornadoeswill

hey were last year. Prices on the i itopuiar I be the underdog tonight (Fri-

Curtis brand ran up to'' da> i in their Homecoming game

10 cents a pound as compared with against Clay Cbunty High in Bradford

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average price reached last year, Once beaten Clay County High
'n exceptionally good yield year I winner of the St. Johns Conference,

was 20 cents. I lost only to Palatka in an early

George T. Huggins, county season game this year.
-t ent. said that a drought last Starke suffered a serious loss

spring hurt this year's crop. He 1 I T1 __ last week when tackle Jimmy

i said he also felt that the trees Lw Weldon broke his leg in the Ketter-
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-- were suffering a "let down" from linus game. Coach James Hobbs
AFTER PRINTING, FOLDING, STUFFING, AND WRAPPING the their heavy production last year. Members of this )'ear's Tornado squad are: (First! row) Norman, Harrell, Jackson, I). Elder.: Martin:Wei- has been trying several experiments -

Telegraph Wins j! big 75th Anniversary! Issue! last Thursday! members of The Telegraph ,I He said pecan trees usually havea Jon, Harding, and McGee; (second row) Struth, Lee, Hicks, Lawson, Stephens, Clark, Kirkland, Edward to fin Weldon's shoes this

force gathered on sidewalk in front of the building to pose with subscribers small yield following an exceptionally 'Vkridge. and Beasley; (third row) Edgar Akridge, Jones, Noegcl, K. Elder, Godwin, Strickland, Johns, ,week.

copies before carting them off to the post office. Papers good year. Ferguson, and Brown; (fourth row) Frith, Carter, HutchJnson! KopeJouvis, Reddish, Davis, and Rich- Bradford High found undefeated

Five Awards : stacked above reprsent approximately half of the 4,000 printed. The First sale revenue last year was jrde; (top row ) Shaw, Alvarez Clough, Prescott, Newman, and Mathews. I Ketterlinus to be every bit the
rest were reverted for newsstand! and office sale. In photo (left to :$3,321.90 as compared with $395.77 gridiron giant it was supposed to

right) are Jack Detneiler, reporter-photographer; John Mathis, Linotype :,I his year. The lowest price offered Which Girl Will Wear The Homecoming Crown? ,tit as the powerful Yellow Jackets I

In FPA Contesti[ operator; ;Sirs.; Bertha Fuller, bindery! department; E.: L. Matthews last year was seven cents as I trounced Starke 33-0 for an easy
Crow- iompaied with 23 1cents this wm last week.
editor-publisher; James A. Lewis, ad'erti..ingdelaille I ,s ,,
i i 1 The The Tornadoes held Ketterlinus
year. highest 17 -
price was ,
and Kaufmann. _' '
son bookkeeper; Claude ('rowson, foreman; George '-
The Bradford County Telegraphhas ents as compared with 30 cents orits first two series of downs,
collected its share of fond pressman. Telegraph 'for the best news story 'this year. I i but from then on the Yellow Jackes -
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memories through the years but i I of the contest year. The winning M. R. Judd Starke market ; seldom stopped short of the

it will always be especially proudof article was an account of the'nanager. said early this week that I __ -,' ""' ''--b. Starke The goal
; fireworks
'Ie would have another auction began early in the
: I
it*75th birthday. tiagit- slaying by a 15-year-old first quarter when Ketterlinus
re-j!
yesterday (Thursday), but the
of of his mother because she
comments
With the gracious toy re-I 'ults were not known at press : back Danm Taylor broke loose fora
home folks still ringing in our ears, ':1 iMd I to buy him e "jungle :ime. He said that if yesterdays t 50-\.ard touchdown romp. The

a further cause for pride came at A econd place :award: went to i I :auction : I score was called back because of a
proved! successful he i L .,-
the annual fall session of the Thp Telegraph in the "best edi- |nlanned another auction for Dec. I holding p. nalty. Another holding

Florida Press Association, held at 'oral"! classification. This entry | 2. penam slowed a second Ketter-

Silver Springs Sunday, when The was entitled "What They Cannot j He said he hoped about 4,000 or ;f.. Imus drIve. and the first quarter
I UP" and urged the Eisenhower ended with no score for either
Telegraph received five awards for i i'mni3tra' ')1,000 pounds would be sold at ,
S o-i not to practice J team but with the ball on the
sample$ of its work entered in t this week's auction. I' ; I
statewide competition during the I| ![ "Vse0 "ioiiv" by dennvinsj I The break-down of the first Starke 12-yard line.
and other citizens of bad- j Ketterlinus scored and converted
farmers auction is as follows: Seedlings,
past year. -,* 'V 'Ire' led governmental sen-ices j 419 Ibs. 23 1-2 .I, ;,'- : early in the second quarter and
Tops on The Telegraph's award to 26 cents; ,", .,
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I : were soon on a second drive. Tay-
list was scoring first place in TYonomy to us" said the cdi- I Stuart 151 Ibs., 29 to 29 1-2; ..'..*-j-.; lor climaxed this drive with a 25-

community service amon? competing .Ir'al! "means one less limousine { Curtis, 517 lbs., 28 1-2 to 30 cents; I yard pass for another touchdown. I

newspapers in Florida. This :' cabinet head; one less ;, Success 71 Ibs., 25 1-2 cents; 'I \ ; The score at the end of the second

citation was based on a numberof ivei <'d rhaffeur for a diplomat i it Mixed 60 lbs., 23 cents: Mayhan 'S half stood: Ketterlinus 14, Starke f
27 lbs., 29 1-2 cents and Mone.j1Iakers
projects. including: a community Hit t one less niile of needed power ; Margaret Rose Duncan 10.
less weather station I' 205 Ibs., 26 to 23 cents. I Barbara re\'att nnSophomore Williams I Ketterlinus
survey series in which good and 1ine nor one I Junior Class opened the second-

bad points of Starke were explored, -&'vy44 ..i-jUJnutP fnoti by the "or a struggling fishing town." i I Senior Class Class {half by scoring on the first play

with recommendations for correction -I Telegraph- Another second place award ,:|William C. Powell j "Kings for a Week" might well .junior, ana senior classes have entries I I uve, and Ann Williams is the I|from scrimmage with a 59-yard

or improvement; an editorial NEWSBOY Robert Allen i .went to The Telegraph for it. en- I,i Named To Local I be the title for the normally downtrodden the freshman class appearsto .sophomore choice. Admission ;run by Charlie Smith. The conver- .

campaign for better support of the I rhfHwr starts on his rant.I *- ry in t,'e ""test feature story' I freshman class at Bradford I 'ix the deciding factor. prices are 25 cents single and 35 Jackets aba was led good and the Yellow
department. This article 1 j jon Draft Board st 21-0.
was an
Starke Fanners Mal cet; a picture- I loaded down with the big 56- the new Highlands ilml'nite' High School. The freshmen The announcement of the queen cents per couple. Starke then firea up its only offensive -

and-text campaign for better page Anniversary copies. Sales mine and was entitled "Miracle in William C. (Billy) Powell was I found they received new respectand will be made following the Home- The queen will be crowned by .: of the night and moved the
directional markers on U. S. 301; I of the edition are still brisk, I j Cracker Six." .appointed to Selective Service attention from their upper Friday night. It d. P. Morgan, county superintendent I ball consistently on runs by Clifford -
coming game
in with many readers buying extra I 1 | : of schools, with a crown made
campaigns support of extensionof classmates this week. especially Martin Stanley Clark, Sid-
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Sam Board No. 18 this week to fill
McGarvey's "FarmersDiary" I made in the USO Building
friends ts
I copies to mall to and I II will by Mrs. W. J. Siprelle of Keystone i
the city limits and ney Jackson Lamar Shaw
proper zoning i :the created the death prior to the voting for Homecoming and
regulations: and efforts to I relatives.vIJl : completed The Telegraph's vacancy by I Queen on Wednesday. during a social sponsored by the Heights. A scepter will also be,Glen Reddish. Reddish passed to
of contests ased I
sweep on i:
I of Stafford Crews. His
obtain the proposed r>a\v Air Force ; be displayed in our office as newspaper writing by placing.| appointment I I The Homecoming Queen will be Senior Class. given to the queen by the senior I Jackson for nine yards during the

Academy for Cmn B'.anding. This I i!soon as deliv red. third in the "best original column" I J was made by the Governor I decided by votes from the students : Barbara Prevatt is the senior class.Music 'I height of the attack.

award is athandsonu* nlvw which Another first place went to The '' division I and the state and national Selective j I in the four upper classes at Brad- I class candidate, Margaret Rose for dancing will be by the J The Ketterlinus defense stiffened I
senior class.Residents. I' Hear the goal line, and the Yellow -
service directors. ford High. Since the sophomore. Duncan is the junior representa-

New Bern Rejects Daring Starke Bid Starke Eligible !I| D. .H. Dukes of Worthington Bradford Hi-Y Get downs Jackets on their took, own the 22-yard ball over line.on

I'[Springs was elected chairman of i j Tornado, 'Whirl'Opens The third quarter ended with the

,For Premiere 't,the board, and G. S. Newcomb !MetTuesday Night i iI ; Free i score still 21-0 in favor of Ket
XRaysIt's terlinus.
On Huge Five-Generator Power PlantStarke's 'remained as secretary. I
Of 'Silver Chalice'\\ The Bradford High Hi-Y club' Festivities The Yellow Jackets capped a
j i Lt. Col. Charles R. Tully from *|met Tuesday at the home of Dr. I II I! seldom that anything of sustained drive early in the fourth

high bid on two generators, and then on a complete .state selective service headquarters -I C. J. Houpt. The boys made plans value is offered for free nowadays, quarter with a 30-yard run by
five-generator plant, were rejected this week by New Starke could receive a Holly- i I; !|to attend the state convention of : The "Tornado Whirl." junior- so the free chest x-rays offered to Taylor. This time the kick was no
attended the board
Bern officials. i wood-type world premiere of "The ] meeting !1 i sized Gator Growl with all the residents of Bradford County good and Ketterlinus
city The flat rejection by the New Bern of- (the Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y clubs in led 27-0.
ficials ended ,Silver Chalice, complete with this week. 3-5. The trimmings. started off BradfordHigh's ,should prove quite popular. Three plays later the Yellow Jack-
Dec.
a daring attempt to end the city's power short- stars and fanfare, next month fora (Sarasota on convention -I
for Six men have been named for end with ball Homecoming celebration The free x-rays have already eta pounced on a Starke fumble
age good. In fact, Starke would have been in a positionto fast start in this year's Christmas will a big in ,
last The featured
whirl
the December call. honor of the boys and girls. night. been offered at Bradford High and were on their way once more.
sell
Dower generators rather than__ buy them. Seal Drive sponsored by the They are i i'I /
-- n -- "w rrusic, skits, and fireworks similar School and in Lawtey. Today A 12-yard pass climaxed the
Councilman W. T. Jackson and National Tuberculosis Association. William Van Priest Starke; John I The club will enter a float in today's I scoring -
: 'I to the Growl. and admission was (Knday) the mobile unit will be and the game ended Ketter-
I
George Kopelo sos. City Clerk j C. of C. Seeks | Jerry Gay president of the i Lowell Shadd Raiford; John Riley Homecoming parade, and free of charge. 'at the theatre in Reno, tomorrow ,linus 33, Starke 0. -

Carl Johns and Bond Trustee Titus Bradford County Chapter said |Clemons Lulu: Cleo Carl Thorn- :the members put on a skit at the The four high school classes ,it will be at Colson's store in
Olson set off for New Bern Monday Parade FloatsThe i that the town showing the greates Tornado Whirl last night. and several clubs gave skits. The :Brooker, and next Tuesday it will I
in hones of J J"bargain" i ton, Lake Butler all volunteers, i STATISTICSBJIS
a ;
picking up mail sale in I I
i proportion to population -' The club took in three new mem- -enior class skit was entitled "I : be at Home's store in Hampton. I Ket.
on one or two second during the first three days of and George Isaac Johnson, Lake First downs 2
I I I hers: Robert Kelly, Harold Godwin, Bradford Take Thee Clay the The unit will then move in front 12
\ hand generators to be auctioned Chamber of Commerce invites the local drive will be: awarded |. Butler; and Hal Pierce Croft Lulu. and Roddy Struth. Junior! class skit was "Little Blue I i!jof! the Florida Theatre in Starke I Yds. rushing 19 263
off there. I I1 all civic clubs and businesses '
I Yds.
I the world premiere. Ridinghood," the sophomore class,;for three days, beginning Wednes- passing 10 53
They were high bidder on the'l:to enter floats in the Annual Santa 'Total
i
eli-
town small is yards
; Any large or was "The Death of the Blue'''day' of next week and then returning 29 318
two generators they wanted with 'Claus parade on Friday Dec. 10, :gitle to win the gala event if it Devils" and the freshman class for Friday and Saturday. I Passes attempted 4 4
S36.00Q, but New Bern officials at 1:30 p.m. Lucian Conner chair- !has The] ,Passes
Cinemascope screen. completed 2
was "Cakes for the Queert"The i iI j I The free x-rays are sponsored 2
(hoping to get about $300,000 for man, requests interested groups to
I premiere is tentatively scheduled I celebration began at 6:30 by the Florida Sta.e board of ,|Passes intercepted by 0 0
their complete electric plant) deckled call 285 or 190 as soon as possible for December 17. I II Ii {Punts
and 4
p.m. ended at 9 p m. Awards I Health, Bradford County Health I 1
not to sell the engines Individually about entries in the parade. i I Starke is in an extremely fortunate i Will Receive were given for the best skits. Department, and the Bradford Avg. dist. punts 32 M I

The bidiing had netted ; Conner said the Chamber of position since its population : County TB and Health Association, !j Yds. punt returns 5 15
them only $74,000 for the whole :Commerce wants to make this I has increased 'tremedously since) 'I Starke The Reno x.raysill be given ,Kickoffs 1 6

plant. I.,year's parade bigger and better the census "short count" of 2,901 j ThanksgivingUnion !from 1 p.m. until 4 pjn. and from 'Avg. dlst. kickoffs 4a 2s
Next New Bern put up th 1 thai ever. There will be $75 in 1950. Starke's population is 'Talking Bible'As Services Held 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. At Brooker Yds. kickoff returns 63 28

whole plant (minus building! ) and worth of candy for Santa to pass estimated at over 4.500 today: so they will be from 10 a.m. until Fumbles 3 3

the bidding began once more. The out to the school rooms and to jit I has at least 1,600 "silent part- Union Church Services, sponsored ,Ii p.m. and from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. Fumbles lost 2 2
weak of heart might have givenup the children in his path on his trip :ners" in this year's mail sale. Gift by the.- Starke Ministerial Allinn6e'wl4' I The Hampton x-rays will be Yds. lost penalties 0 55
but the i through Starke. The winner of the contest will be
then Stark representatives I held at the First i from 12 noon to 3 p.m. and from
were after their bargain. ,I I be announced early in Decemberby Christian Church Thanksgiving 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. At Starke they Jaycees Sell Fruit
They entered Into the bidding, C. of C. .Calls Special Art Linkletter on his "HouseParty" ', morning, at 10 a.m. Rev. J. E. will be from 10 ajn. until 1 p.m. ,

and before they knew It they were program. Starring in "The < For Christmas Sherwood, pastor of the First and from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. Cakes To Raise Funds
'
high bidder for $113,000. < Meeting To Discuss Silver Chalice" are Virginia :Mayo, Christian Church, will preside. I For Christmas

I Their "bargain" turned out to Christmas Promotion Pier Angeli Jack Palance, and ;! .t:. '.:. : Rev. R. E. Mac Blaine, pastor of,Local Man Serves PartyThe
Paul Newman -' the '
Episcopal Church will read the
be not two generators, but' fIve. ,i 1 I Starke Jaycees met briefly
And it included a hugh mobile ;. A special called meeting of the :! The Christmas Seal Drive is sponsored It will be the happiest Christmas In years scripture; Rev. L. D. Haines, pas- )In Indo-China last night and then set out in two-

ceiling crane, switchboards, and merchants division of the Chamber| annually by the National I E'.' : for Mrs. Frank T. Abernathy if present [tor of the First Baptist Church man teams to sell fruit cakesto J
about $50,000 worth of spare parts. of Commerce will be held today i![Tuberculosis Association. The plans of the Graham Baptist Church are I will I lead the prayer; and Rev. W. i' Navy Boatswain's Mate JamesC. help finance their Children's
|!funds go for the payment of such i ]S. McAliley will deliver the sermon Maxey, whose wife, Heien. and
Since their bid was short of New I IBern's j: (Friday) at 11 aJn. attheCha.nib-, S .' realized. Christmas Party planned for Dec.
,j worthwhile project as the free X- entitled "A Thankful Heart" i two
live
daughters near Waldo,
expectations, the deal did er's office. I :
Mrs. I 23.
Abernathy, a devout! Christian has f
i rays that are presently available Special music will be furnished i was a recent ,
in the
not I participant
go through. j The purpose of the meeting is ;{'i in Starke. -:. *l.- the: past sma )'._'_.r-faer life confined I by the combined choirs of the I''! evacuation of Vietnamese refugees I Joe Gray, chairman of the fruitcake
Since new genelators would coat to discuss a special sales j to bed at her home Graham I drive has divided the club
a
.I promoj I near |I Christian, Baptist, Methodist and''in' Indo China. Maxey, serving ,
the city over J100.00Q each the I tion for holiday sales. The victim of arthritis. Her I into several teams which are comPeting -
Two-Way: Radio & biggest thrill is !Presbyterian churches. The anthem r.board the troop carrier Montrose
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bidders felt tfiey were getting a for no promoter or expense at- when members of the church gather at her ':will be "Lift Up Your Heads." ,.APA 212, is ending an eight- for a prize in the fruitcake

"five for the price of one" deal .. tached to the program but a fewwindow 'Traps Fugitive I home for occasional prayer meeting, or I An offering will be taken for the I II I J I month tour of duty in Japan and sale. All proceeds from the
New Bern went out of the power posters will be used. : I I
sale towards the children'sparty.
Florida Children's Home Soc'th&tgivesaAdtoorphanbomes. II Indo China. The Montrose go
business whea a friend or neighbor drops by for a I,I baaI
soon after it erected a I All merchants and businessmen' The long arm of the law reach- little vjslt.Thi E.i I II I evacuated an estimated 9,051 refugees .
huge plant costing well over I are urged to take part in this ,'ed out and trapped a fugitive from Matthews is the local chairmanfor '' and their belongings since Tom Casey, Bradford County
$300,000. The city found it could Shop in StarkeChristmu plAn. i!Ocala Tuesday through Sheriff Chrifttaaaa Mrs. Abernathy Mill receive the .
buy electirc current from a private'and they are urged to attend to- i ID. Reddish's twO-Way radio system P'I ,j jTalking Bible" if plans .f the society.Nasworthy August 16. This evacuation has delegate to the State Jaycee Conference -

concern cheaper than they could day's meeting. !with other counties in Florida. church, materialize. The Talking Bible" I called the "Passage to Freedom"and at Vero Beach last weekend

make itBPW I At 4:30: p.m. Mrs. Glen "Scooty" I is an album of 24 ultra-mkrogroove hour- To Open was the largest evecuation of reported to the club on the

Dr. Mullins Joins Duke received a call from the t long nword of the ftw Testament. Special Remodelled GroceryC. civilians by sea in history. business conducted there.

Plan NewYear's Marion County sheriff's office say- eo ".' pment for playing these records' will be The Jaycees are also helping to

Vet Association :ing a man had just left there w).- teclud*4 ia the gift to the brave little H. Nasworthy will eater the James H. Kennedy I advertise the free x-rayi currently
!Iwas wanted for
foryotuuesi Grocery business here next to his
callers
with
Eve DanceThe : Dr. R. S. Mullins of Starke has checks desertion and woman who always greet a Died Last Week being given in Bradford County.
nonsupportThey cheerfu] smile, In spite of her long suffer ;jPhllco Supply store on Call St. ,t
been named to in the said he
membership may have left by way
is doubling the size i ij
Nasworthy
Business and ProfessionalWome1" I Florida State Veterinary Medical'of U. S. 201. t ing. i James H. Kennedy 41, died suddenly Mistake Corrected
I j jof Starling's Grocery and Market
to have in making
Anyone dealing a part
Club will) sponsor a New Association. The FSVMA comprises i! "It he's on 301. we've got him," i land is completely remodeling the of a heart attack in New
Year Eve Dance at the USO. 'answered Scooty. this wonderful Christmas for Mr. Symrna Beach last week. He was Lewis Crews will pay $3 rather
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more than 320 veterinariansthroughout interior of the building.
Larry Gibson's orchestra will fur I And we did get him. Deputy Abernathj ma) leave contributions this the son of Mrs. A. A. Dale of than $15 in groceries to Mrs
nish the Florida and includes' Nov. 19-20, at Bufl- Nasworthy own and ooeratetre 'Starke and the brother of Mrs. Griffis
music and tickets will be i i Sheriff Fate Brown pieked him up Friday and Saturday, I Bessie May as reportedlast
$3 per couple. Tickets may be obtained both large and small animal prac- at 5:15 p.m. as he crossed the ington's Studio In Starke. procenr business and Joe !?_ Eaton Jordan and Mrs. Peggy week. Crews was found guilty

: from any member. titioners in its membership. Bradford County line traveling: : I arline will own and operate the Cozatt, both of Starke. In Circuit Court of non-support of
'north on 301. meat market. I his two minor children. -


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: Annual ContestBlue
'HomecomingBradford
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Starke's first pecan sale held High 1954 Squad Plays Last Home GameS Devils Rate f

arty this month confirmed the''

tarkest predictions about this .e- ,.
.. '- : Favorites Over !
eai pecan crop. Only 1.450 Its.t:t J '" -
verc sold at the auction as com- S
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iared with 23,874 Ibs. for the i

\irst auction last :year. I Game Starke Team

.- The price for this year's pecans
A'as on the bright side with [

rices running almost double what Bradioru Counly's Tornadoeswill

hey were last year. Prices on the i iiopular be the underdog tonight (Fri-

Curtis brand ran up tom da> i in their Homecoming game

cents a pound as compared with against Clay Cbunty High in Bradford -

':n 1-3 cents last year. The highest Park.
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: average price reached last year, Once beaten Clay County High,

>n exceptionally good yield year. ; winner of the St. Johns Conference,
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I A'as 20 cents. : lost only to Palatka in an early

75t4a George T. Huggins, county season game this year.

igent, said that a drought last Starke suffered a serious loss j

spring hurt this year's crop. He last week when tackle Jimmy

:said he also felt that the trees Weldon broke his leg in the Ketter- I
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were suffering a "let down" from linus game. Coach James Hobbs
AFTER PRINTING, FOLDING, STUFFING, AND WRAPPING the their heavy production last year. : of this )'ear's Tornado squad are (First row) Norman, Harrell, Jackson, I). Elder: Martin, Wei- has been trying several experi- .!t

Wins \| big 75th Anniversary Issue last Thursday, members of The Telegraph He said pecan trees usually havea Jon Harding, and McGee; (second row) Struth, Lee Hicks Lawson, Stephens, Clark Kirkland. Edward I ments to fill Weldon's shoes this
force gathered on sidewalk In front of the building to pose with subscribers Elder Godwin Strickland Johns, t
I small yield following an exceptionally Vkridge, and Beasley; (third row) Edgar Akridge Jones Noegcl, K. week.

| copies before carting them off to the post office. Papers good year. Ferguson, and Brown; (fourth row) Frith, Carter Hutchlnson! Kopelousos, Reddish, Davis, and Ricbjrde I Bradford High found undefeated f

Five Awards ': stacked above reprsent approximately half of the 4,000 printed. The First sale revenue last year was ; (top row ) Shaw, Alvarez, Clough, Prescott, Newman and Mathews. j Ketterlinus to be every bit the t
I rest were reined for newsstand and office sale. In photo (left to :$3,321.90 as compared with $398.77 gridiron giant it was supposed to J

; right) are Jack I>)>t tweller, reporter-photographer; John :Mathis, Linotype -I'! this year. The lowest price offered Which Girl W/J[/ Wear The Homecc ming Crown? ,be as the powerful Yellow Jackets I

In FPA Contest operator; ;T.Irs. Bertha Fuller bindery department; 1L.: Matthews last year was seven cents as trounced Starke 33-0 for an easy
:
editor-publisher; James A. Lewis, ad'erti..ingdelaid!" Crow- :ompaied with 23 1-2 cents this win last week. I
!i year. The highest 17 i The Tornadoes held Ketterlinus
Kaufniann. price was
son, bookkeeper; Claude Crow son, foreman; and George
The Bradford County Telegraphhas ents as compared with 30 cents OP its fIrst two series of downs,

collected its share of fond pressman. Telegraph for the best news storyof this year. but from then on the Yellow Jack- I

memories through the years but ; the contest year The winning M. R. Judd, Starke market I I'tlanager. es: seldom stopped short of the

it will always be especially proudof article was an account of the said early this week [:at I Starke goal.
1'ie would have another auct on .r ( The fueworks began early in the
15-year-old
its.75th birthday. tragw siaYlng by A first
( Yesterday (Thursday)I. but the re- quarter when Kellerlmus
With the gracious comments of hoy of his mother because she re-" I "ults were not known at pr.ssime. bark Danm Taylor broke loose fora

home folks still ringing in our ears ''i"t il to buy him s "jangle knife. I 50-\aid. touchdown The
j He said that if yesterdays'suction b 1 romp.
a further cause for pride came at \ ,=cond place award' went to I ,. ;; score was called back because of a
:
proved! successful, he /
the annual fall session of the ; $::4 .The Telegraph in the "best ediI I inlanned. another auction for DecI I'I holding penalty. Another holding
Florida Press Association. held at oral"! classification. This entry 2. penalty slowed a second Ketlcr-

Silver Springs Sunday, when The '" was eatitledThat They Cannoti I He said he hoped about 4,000 01 I i!, ; r linus drive and the first quarter

Telegraph received five awards for -. if''' and urged the Eisenhower [ '1,000, pounds would be sold at ended with no score for either

samples of its work entered in I 4L...__ 'nrmstra- not to practice \i ihis week's auction. -"if, team. but with the ball on the I
":.Vsenoiiv"; by deriving | I \ Starke 12-yard line. !
The
statewide competition during the \ j! break-down of the first
past year. !! farmers and other citizens of bad- [[auction is as follows: Seedlings, | : Ketterlinus scored and converted I

Tops on The Teleeraph's award 'v'I'e 'ed governmental services j!419 Ibs., 23 1-2 to 26 cents; ) I ''were'early in the second quarter and f
soon on a second drive.
to us" said the cdi- Stuart, 151 Ibs.. 29 to 29 Tay-
list was scoring first place in I 14M44vI4 Tnnmy I j 1-2; i' lor climaxed this drive with a 25-
'ommunitv service amnns competing ,II ',il!. means one less limousine j' Curtis, 517 Ibs., 28 1-2 to 30 cents; I I yard pass for another touchdown.The I
: Success, 71 Ibs., 25 1-2 cents "
newspapers in Florida. This II' :' cabinet head; one less ; score at the end of the second
citation was based on a numberof '''ei "II! rhaffeur for a diplomat i| Mixed, 60 Ibs., 23 cents; Mayhan, .dI half stood: Ketterlinus 14. Slarke i ijQ
?7 Ibs., 29 1-2 cents and Money .:.
; ; i
m' less mile of needed
projects. Including: a community me power Margaret Rose Duncan
survey series in which ;good and sine, nor one less weather station'' Makers 205 lbs., 26 to 23 cents. t i Barbara Prevail Junior Class Ann Williams Ketterlinus opened the second. !

bad points of tarke were explored .1 .f'1lnutt' f non by the '0l' a niggling fishing town." Senior Class Sophomore Class I half by scoring on the first play !

with recommendations for correction << ,Telegraph Another second place award ;(william C. Powell f ; "Kings for a Week" might well junior, anu senior classes have en- Ive, and Ann Williams is the .from scrimmage with a 59-yard !

or Improvement an editorial went to The Telegraph for its en- Named tries, the freshman class appearsto sophomore choice. AdmissionprIces ;run by Charlie Smith. The conversion !
; NEWSBOY Robert Allen i To Local I be the title for the normally down-
campaign! for better: support of the i Chesfwr .starts on his : route- || 'ry in t 'e "test feature story' trodden freshman class at Bradford Jje the deciding factor. are 25: cents single and 35 was good and the Yellow
I department. "This: article i Draft Board Post IJackets led 21-0.
was an |
Starke Farmers Maiket; a picture-I loaded down with the big 56page I j High School. The freshmen The announcement of the queen cents per Couple.
Jon the new Highlands ilmenite Starke then fired its only of-
up
Anniversary copies. Sales j The will be crowned by I I
and-text campaign for better j mine and was entitled "Miracle in William C. (Billy) Powell was |found they received new respect will be made following the Home- queen fensive of the night and moved the
directional markers on U. S. 301 { of the edition are still brisk. tl. P. Morgan, county superintendent L
; attention from their
and upper Iball consistently
Cracker Six. to Selective on Clifford
appointed Service Friday night. It runs by I
I coming
1 with readers ; game
many buying extra of schools with
campaigns In of extensionof a crown made
support Board No. 'classmates this week. especially I Martin Stanley Clark. SidInE'Y -
Sam 18 this week to fill
j copies to mail to friends andrelatIes. McGarvey's "FarmersDiary' : will ta made in the usa Building by Mrs. W. J. Siprelle of Keystone (
the city limits and
proper zoning to the for Homecoming Jackson. Lamar Shaw
j prior voting and
the created the death
completed The Telegraphs vacancy by
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regulations; and efforts to of 'I Queen on Wednesday. during a social sponsored by the Heights. A scepter will also b Glen, Reddish. Reddish passed to
I sweep contests ased on
obtain the proposed nw Air Force ,vlll be displayed in our office as newspaper writing by placing j jof Stafford Crews. His appoint- I The Homecoming' Queen will be Senior Class. given to the queen by the senior I.Jackson for nine yards during the j

Academy for Omo Blanding.! This' soon as de1iv red. ;| third in the "best original column" II ment was made by the Governor I!:decided by votes from the students : Barbara Prevatt is the senior class. ,height of the attack.

award Is athandsame plvmo which Another first place went to The I 1 division. and the state and national Selec- j!in the four upper classes at Brad- I class candidate, Margaret Rose Music for dancing will be by the The Ketterlinus defense stiffen-
senior class.Residents. I led near the goal line, and the Yellow !- I
live service directors. ford High. Since the sophomore. I Duncan is the junior representa-

New Bern Rejects Daring Starke Bid Starke Eligible !\ D. iH. Dukes of Worthington I Hi-Y Get -l.downs Jackets on thei took, own the 22.yad ball over n.i. I Il
Bradford !
I![Springs was elected chairman of I I Tornado 'Whirl' The third quarter ended with the
For Premiere : I Iemained Met Tuesday Night i score still 21-0 in favor of Ket-
,the board, and G. S. Newcomb Free
On Huge Five-Generator Power PlantStarke's 'I X-Rays terlinus.
Of 'Silver : as secretary. The Bradford High Hi-Y club FestivitiesThe The Yellow Jackets capped a

Chalice's I II j Lt. Col. Charles R. Tully from I'met Tuesday at the home of Dr. I Opens It's seldom that anything of sustained drive early in the fourth

high bid on two generators. and then on a com I' selective service headquarters -!C. J. Houpt. The boys made plans value is offered for free nowadays, quarter with a 30-yard run by
plete five-generator plant, were rejected this week by New i Starke could receive a Ho11yi j to attend the state convention of i "Tornado Whirl." juniors o the free chest x-rays offered to Taylor. This time the kick was nogood

Bern city officials. The flat rejection by the New Bern of- i i wood-type world" premiere of "The !)'[ attended the board meeting II the Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y clubs in : sized Gator Growl with all the ,residents of Bradford County and Ketrerlinus led 27-0.

:ficials ended a daring attempt to end the city's power short- .Silver stars and Chalice fanfare, complete next month with fora this week. 'Sarasota on Dec. 3-5. The con\'en-I trimmings, started off Bradford should prove quite popular. Three plays later the Yellow Jack-

age for: good. In fact Starke would have been in a positionto fast start in this year's Christ- Six men have been named for tion will end with a big High's Homecoming celebration The free x-rays have already ets pounced on a Starke fumble

..sell power_generators rather than buy them. mas Seal Drive sponsored by the i(i''the December call. They are honor of the boys and girls. I last night. The whirl featured ]been offered at Bradford High and were on their way once more.
i rrusic, skits, and fireworks similar School and in Lawtey. Today A 12-yard climaxed
the
Councilman W. T. Jackson ana .National Tuberculosis Association. ;William Van Priest, Starke; John I The club will enter a float in today's pass scorIng -
Ceorge Kopelouaos. City Clerk .to the Growl. and admission was (iriday) tne mobile unit will be i and the game ended Ketter-
Carl Johns and Bond Trustee Titus C. of C. Seeks .i Jerry Gay, president of the I]Lowell Shadd, Raiford; John Riley I Homecoming parade. and i free of charge. j at the theatre in Reno, tomorrow ''linus,, 33, Starke 0.
Bradford County Chapter, said I the members put on a skit at the The four high school classes ,
Olson set off for New Bern Mon- I(Clemons, Lulu; Cleo Carl Thornon I ]land t will be at Colsons store ini
Parade Floats that the town showing the greatest !I Tornado Whirl last night. several clubs gave skits. The :Brooker, and next Tuesday it will|;
> '
,,
STATISTICSBits
day in Hopes of picking up a 1! mail sale in to Lake Butler; all volunteers, ';'
popula-j
secondhand i I proportion The club took in three new mem- -enior class skit was entitled "I' be at Home's store in Hampton.The j Ret
"bargain" on one or two :|i ; tion during the first three days of 'i i and George Isaac Johnson, Lake hers Bradford Take Thee the 'First downs 2 12
\ '' : Robert Kelly, Harold Godwin, Clay unit will then move in front
generators to be auctioned ,,,, The Chamber of Commerce Invites '
t I 'the local drive will be awarded I Butler; ; and Hal Pierce Croft Lulu. and Roddy Struth. ninior class skit was "Little Blue i,ot the Florida Theatre in Starke j Yds. rushing 19 263
off there. j all civic clubs and businesses ,,the world l !Yds.
i premiere. : Ridinghood," the sophomore class::for three days, beginning Wednes- passing 10 53
:!jto: j
Theyere high bidder on the enter floats in the Annual Santa town, !Total
Any large or small is eligible yards
I': was "The Death of the Blue day of next week and then returning 29 316
two generators they wanted with i,Claus parade on Friday, Dec. 10,
to win the Passes
gala event if it
Devils, and the freshman class for and j attempted 4 4
Friday Saturday.
S36.00Q. but New Bern officials at 1:30 p.m. Lucian Conner chair- :,has i Passes
Cinemascope screen. The! was "Cakes for the Queen." The free completed 2 2
(hoping to get about $300,000 fort 'man, requests interested groups lo. I x-rays are sponsored
j
I premiere is tentatively scheduled, The celebration began at by the Florida Sta.e board of :;Passes intercepted by 0 0
their complete electric plant)) de- call 285 or 190 as soon as possible. for December 17. 6:30j I Punts
.j i ii p.m. and ended at 9 Awards Health, Bradford Health I i 4 1
pm. i County
4 'idfod not to sell the engines in- about entries in the parade. j Starke is in an extremely fortunate Will '' Avg. dist. punts 32
Receive I were given for the best skits. Department, and the Bradford 54
dividually. The bidding had netted i,: Conner said the Chamber of position since its populationhas 1 !Yds. punt returns 5
15
County TB and Health Associa
:: on.
them only $74.000 for the whole Commerce wants make I I 'I
to this
increased tremedously since j Kickoffs 1
The Reno 6
I x-rays will be given
plant. j year's parade bigger and better 1 the census "short count" of 2,901 ( I-! J 'Starke Thanksgiving I from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. and from 'Avg. dist kickoffs 4o 2j

Next New Bern put up th ,thaa ever. There will be $75 I I in t950. Starke's population is ; 'Talking Bible i Union Services Held $5 p.m. until 8 p.m. At Brooker'I Yds. kickoff returns 63 28

whole plant (minus building) ,and i worth of candy for Santa to pass,I estimated at over 4,500 today; so they will be from 10 a.m. until Fumbles 3 3

the bidding! began once more."rhe I out to the school rooms and to it has at least 1,600 "silent part- Union Church Services, sponsored 1 p.m and from 2 p.m. until 5 I p.m. I Fumbles lost 2 2

weak of heart might haLve given' the children in his path on his trip'ners" in this year's mail sale. As Gift by. the, Starke Ministerial: Al- The Hampton x-rays will be ,Yds. lost penalties 0 55

up then. but the Stark representatives through Starke. I The winner of the contest will lian e.*'wln be held at the First from 12 noon to 3 p.m. and from j,

were after their bargain. i be announced early in Decemberby Christian Church, Thanksgiving j4 I!! p.m. until 7 p.m. At Starke they ,I Jaycees Sell FruitCakes

They entered into the bidding,i C. of C. :Calls Special I Art Linkletter on his "HouseParty" ; morning, at 10 a.m. Rev. J. E. ||will be from 10 ajn. until 1 p.m. j I

!. and before they knew It they were I program. Starring in "The i For Christmas Sherwood pastor of the First i and from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. To Raise Funds
high bidder for 113000. Meeting To Discuss Silver Chalice" are Virginia Mayo, Christian Church, will preside. i I

: Their "bargain" turned out to Christmas Promotion I Pier Angeli, Jack Palance, and !' .i- '.' .... Rev. R. E. MacBlaine, pastor of Local Man Serves For Christmas PartyThe
i Paul Newman.The .
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be not two generators, but five. 1 i the Episcopal Church, will read the Starke met briefly
Jaycees
: i Christmas Seal Drive is sponsored It will be. the happiest Christmas In 'scripture Rev. L. D. Haines i In Indo-China
And it Included a hugh mobile I A special called meeting of thej I \ years / ; pas- I j:, last night and then set out in two-
switchboards annually by the National for Mrs. Frank T. {tor of the First Baptist Church, ''
ceiling crane and j merchants division of the Chamber I Abernathy if present man teams to sell fruit cakes
about $50,000 worth of ''of' ,Tuberculosis Association. The I I I\\illiead the ; and Rev. W. I. Navy Boatswain's Mate James
spare parts. Commerce will be held today : plant of the Graham Baptist Church are prayer t to help finance their Children's
Since their bid was short of New (Friday) at 11 a.m. at the Chamb I funds go for the payment of such realized. ;'S. McAliley will deliver the sermon C. Maxey, whose wife Helen and I Christmas planned for Dec.
Bern's expectations the deal did er's office. |worthwhile projecs as the free Xjrays -!, Mrs. entitled "A Thankful Heart." |,two daughters live near Waldo, I 23. Party
Abernathy, a devout! Christian, hasspentthe '
that
not go through. [ The isto are presently available I I Special music will be furnished !i|was a recent participant in the !
Since new would I, discuss purpose of the sales meeting !jin Starke. I i past seven 3 MM .her life confined by the combined choirs of the 'I' evacuation of Vietnamese refugees I |j I Joe Gray, chairman of the fruitcake
geneiators
coal a
special
promotion j I I to a bed at her home near Graham, Christian. in Indo China. I drive, has divided the club
Baptist and'
the city over JIOO.OOQ i each, the for holiday sales. The plan is Methodist. Maxey servingl
1 victim of arthritis. Her thrill is : i into several teams which are competing -
bidders felt they were getting a for no promoter or expense at 'Two-Way Radio 1 I biggest Presbyterian churches. The anthem board the troop carrier Montrose, |
when members of the church gather at !will be "Lift Up Your Heads." APA 212, is ending an eight- I for a prize in the fruitcake
"five for the price of one" deal tached to the program but a few het'I :
New ,Bern went out of the power window posters will be used. ,Traps Fugitive i! home for an occasional prayer meeting, or I i An offering will be taken for the !'|' month tour of duty in Japan and I sale. All proceeds from the

business soon after it erected when a friend or neighbor drops by for a Florida Children's Home Society :. Indo China. The Montrose has sale go towards the children'sparty.
All
a merchants and businessmen
The
long arm of the law reach- 'I I that gives aid to :I: evacuated .
little slt.Thl orphan homes. E. < an estimated ,051 refugees
huge plant costing well over i i are urged to take part in this Ted out and trapped a fugitive from >| t L. '
Matthews is
the local chairman : and their belongings since Tom Casey, Bradford County
$500,000. The city found it could I Shop in Starke" christmas plan !Ocala Tuesday through Sheriff P. Christmas Mrs. Abernathy will re- for ,
buy electirc current from a privateconcern ijand\ they are urged to attend toll |D.: Reddish's two-way radio system i i C'elnTaUdDg Bible" if pLans .f the the society.Naiworthy August 16. This evacuation has delegate to the State Jaycee Con-

cheaper thaa they could!'daY's meeting. 'with other counties in Florida. II chord)9 materialize. The -Talking Bible- I called the "Passage to Freedom" ference at Vero Beach last weekend -

make itBPW I At 4:30: p.m. Mrs. Glen "Scooty" I is an album of 24 ultra-ruicrogroove hour- To Open I and was the largest evecuation of i reported to the club on the

'I Dr. Mullins Joins Duke received a call from the I:I long rfrd of the New Testament Special I Remodelled GroceryC. civilians by sea in history. business conducted there.

Plan NewYear's 'Vet f Marion County sheriffs office saying :t eqalpmen: for playing these records will b* I I The Jaycees are also helping to

Association a man had just left there wh'i I included in the gift to the brave little H. Nasworthy will enter the James H. KennedyDied j advertise the free
was wanted for fow- .... x-rays currently
i uuesi : grocery business here next to his
Eve DanceThe woman who always greeta callers with a I
( Dr. R. S. Mullins of Starke hasbeen checks! desertion and non-support. : Last Week being given in Bradford County.
cheerful mlle, In spite of her long suffer- Philco Supply store on Call St. I, I
I named to membership in the They said he may have left by way,
Nasworthy is doubling the size
Business an4 Professional I Florida State Veterinary Medical of U. S 301. 1 leg iof; i J I James H. Kennedy. 41, died sud- Mistake Corrected
Anyone dealing to have a part in mak- Starling's Grocery and Market ] :
Women's Club i idenly of heart attack in New
NewYear's
will a a
sponsor Association. The FSVMA comprises j "It he's on 301. we've got him, :and is completely remodeling the
Eve Dance at the USO. I answered Scooty. lag thu a wonderful Christinas for Mrs. : Symrna Beach last week. He was Lewis Crews will pay $8 rather
more than 320 veterinarians' interior of the building.
Larry Gibson's orchestra will furnish 'I| And we did get him. Deputy Abernathj ma) leave contributions this the son of Mrs. A. A. Dale of than $15 in groceries to Mrs.
the music ant tickets will be: throughout Florida and includes ,iSteriff Fate Brown pieked him up' Friday and Saturday, Nov. 19-20. at Bull- I Nasworthy own and operate Starke and the brother of Mrs. Bessie May Griffis as reportedlast

$3 per couple. Tickets may be obtained both large and small animal prac: at 5:15 p.m. as he crossed the I. ington's Studio In Starke. the grocery business and Joe i?, Eston Jordan and Mrs. Peggy week. Crews was found guiltyin

from any member. titioners in its membership. Bradford County line traveling I arline w4!! own and operate the !Cozatt, both of Starke. Circuit Court of non-support of

'north on 301. 'meat market. his two minor children. -
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PAGE TWO ; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19 19M !I

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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBROOKER new members, Mrs. Lloyd Dyal ,Ganos. I spent the weekend in Cedar Keys.

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Mrs. J. K. Douglas, and Mrs. :Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Gano and I The X-Ray Survey will be in our I!

PINE LEVEL! : Ralph Nettles. Those present were family of Swan Lake were the sup- I town Saturday, Nov. 20th, at the 4
CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD i
PUBLISHED
OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY
., Mrs. Lloyd Dyal, Mrs. G. B. Col- per guests of the R. F. Ganos hours of 10 a. m. until 1 p. m. and r

'PUshed every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under by Mrs. II. M. OIcRaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA By Polly Wait Jr. I son, Mrs. J. K. Douglas. Miss Iva Sunday night. 2 p. m. until 5 p. m. The trailer i!
Mae Lewis, Mrs. R. F. Gano, Mrs.L. Mrs. \V. E. Plummer and daughters -i will be located in front of Colson's
the Aet of March 3, 1879. t
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThe L. Parker, Mrs. C. B. Stallings' Pat and Lou of Starke visit- store. AH are urged to have an
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Mrs. James W. Thomas and Mrs. ,ed the A. L. Greens and Mrs. Lillie x-ray.
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION I Rev. W. E. Hall filled his regu- Woman's Missionary Union
Ralph Nettles. Cone Saturday. The next P. T. A. meeting has
lar appointment at Pine Level
tendered an enjoyable business After the business: meeting was We deeply regret to report that been postponed until Dec. 2nd.
I Baptist Church Sunday morning: meeting at the Pastorium with closed, refreshments cake and Louie L. Johns The \
For The Many Bouquets Thanks! of I passed away early guest speaker will be one
and evening with large attend-
a
Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Starlings
coffee were served. The next busi Sunday morning. The funeral services from the Children's Committee
ance and with baptism at the Thursday, Nov. 3, at 7:30 p. m. ness meeting will be held at the were held Tuesday, at 3:00 p. All parents are urged to attend t
would be something less along that line, we will consider that our evening service. After church Rev. t
Perhaps we
Mrs. James W. Thomas, president home of Mrs. G. B. Colson, Decem- m. at the Long Branch Christian
than human if we did not take note this months of effort were worthwhile.The Hall received a message that his began the session with a j ber 7, at 7:30 p. m. All ladies are Church. Burial took place in the

week of the many kind things that were said Telegraph was further honored on brother, John Hall, of Atlanta, Ga., hymn entitled "If Jesus Goes With welcomed to attend Kingsley Lake Cemetery. Church of God .

and written to us during the past few days its 75th anniversary by winning five awardsin who has been ill for several weeks, Me," and prayer by Rev. C. B. Open House was observed at the Mrs. F. M. Sullivan and Mrs. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning I

about The Telegraph's 75th Anniversary the annual newspaper contests sponsoredby had passed away at 8 p. m. He Stallings. Old and new business Baptist Pastorium recently. Several ,Bennie McRae are home with! Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Evening t

Edition published on Nov. 12. We felt that the Florida Press Association, meetingin with Mrs. Hall left Monday morn- matters were discussed. Thoughtful church members made their!their parents, the G. W. Raborns Service 7:45 p.m., Y.P.E. (

we had spared no effort to make that issueas fall session at Silver Springs last weekend. ing to attend the funeral. reports were made by various first visitation in honor of their I for a few days. (I[Service Wednesday 7:45: p.m., and

entertaining and as informative as pos- Although proud of them all we take greatest Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Crosby and i I committees. A study course was new pastor and wife. Rev. and The Harold Hazelwoods of Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45: p.m.

sible considering the limitations of time satisfaction in receiving the plaque awarded children Ronald !and Elaine, and I planned for Nov. 29th throughDec. Mrs. C. B. Stallings. The members "Starke and the Howard Waits en- I I Lawt f I

and under which we worked. But we annually to the Association newspaper that j Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby, spent 3rd. ,i were welcomed and enjoyed the oyed a barbeque at the W. E. ''.: Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng ,

space unprepared for the warm recep- has been of greatest service to its community. front Thursday to Sunday of last I The W. M. U. is proud to an- visitation. !Bi hams Saturday night. 'i Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving
were quite ,week at Miami visiting Mr. and nounce the great improvementthat : Mrs. Lulu Mott and Mrs Virgie i Mr and Mrs. Albertus Miller Saturday, 7:30
conceived that p.m.
I
but Since have always a newspaper's -
locally we
that it received, not only ,
tion of :Mrs. C. H. Callahan. they have been blessed with. 'Barksdale of Starke were the Sun- I L... ._
is reckoned in terms
value
whereit true --
in places far removed from Starke, I Mr. This was the enrollment of three day afternoon guests of the R. F.
and Mrs.
still the service it renders to its individual readers I Clyde Huey of
happened to find its way. We are j

receiving requests by every mail for addi- and its community, we consider this parti- Sunday Gainesville and attended were dinner church guestsof here : BEST RATES IN TOWN

tional copies to be sent to friends and relatives cular award the most gratifying that we her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B M. I
I I
in all parts of the country, and we have ever received. It was a grand climax ;I, McRae. i RepresentingAmerica's

are glad to provide this service as long as to our Anniversary celebration. I We are sorry to report the illness -I 1

the supply lasts. So, thanks to the appreciation and the of little Kathy Myrick and I HUNDREDS Largest Mutual Ins. Companies

In preparing the material for this special words of commendation expressed by our !wish her a speedy recovery. We

issue we were concerned primarily with good readers, both here and abroad, it has I are also sorry to hear of the ill- and economic- COMPARE THESE SAVINGS
of details managed
in printed word and picture some- ness of Kathy's uncle, Z. T. My- are
capturing thing of the color and spirit of an age that been a very, very "happy birthday" for The rick, of Winter Haven. ally attended that only a trained and AUTOMOBILE 10 20( %
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will soon be remembered only in song and Telegraph and its staff. It seems an appropriate The R. M. McRae's visited relatives L careful organization can attend when FIRE on DWELLING 20%

story. We were less interested in a tech- time and place to pledge to you I in Jacksonville last week. the urgent need for serving is at FIRE
BUSINESS .
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nical history of the era than we were in that we shall strive to maintain in the future I Most of them were ill or had just I hand. on

manners, morals, and customs the little the same high principals of community service -j returned from a hospital. i MOTELS 35%

think that' have motivated The Telegraph dur- ;, They also visited Mr. and Mrs. :
things that showed what people were DeWITT C. JONESPhone GARAGE LIABILITY 35%
ing doing and saying fifty or seventy-five ing the first seventy-five years of its ex- A. P. Hall and family and Mr. Fla.Funeral
and Mrs. C. V. Green. I 7 Starke, !!

years ago. If we succeeded in any measure istence.My I/ Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Thornton _. __ 1 1 I. !i, Why Pay More

: were business visitors to Jack- Director Ambulance Service

Comments On Our Anniversary Issue I sonville Friday. They spent Friday
I I e
night with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Our local funeral home enables 09 to offer convenience W

services not otherwise available.
-" Petcher, and they were accompa- Contact

the u-I:lied! home Saturday by the H. M. .
of .
We have just finished our "firstreading" copy of the Anniversary Edition The congratulations I III I I "

of your splendid 75th An I came yesterday and I've hard-I\E'al'-old Miami Herald go to the !I'HcRaes. We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and CONNER Bros Insurance
I 75-year-old Bradford County TE'le-1 j While the H. M. McRaes were Agency
surface"
niversary edition. It is one of the ly "scratched the I ccpt ANY life insurance policy in force, issaed by ANY
i in Jacksonville the
it's something to srar-h. And with it a word of they attended
best issues of its kind we have "an already see
ever seen. Although we know no I be proud of and I'm proud for you. praise for a very interesting anlj i I hurch: of Rev. Alton Dobbs and I company, as payment in part or in full on a funeral. 129 W. Call St. Phone 285
Consultation
and Mrs. Mae JonesJacksonville eye-catching Anniversary Edition. |II enjoyed it very much. i carries no obligation.
one in Starke, the copy .
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1
tures are so interesting that Pie-I Fla. Your cover was especially ingeni-,

shall read every bit of The ous and the historical data in the I
Ttle.1 about edition really makes it a collec- .
graph's 56 pages before we k After reading the story
Congratulations to you and'your Harmon Murray in your 75th Anni- ty's item. To us, it is a valuable t

staff. Certainly the people of Brad- I versary Issue, I recalled what my I addition to our historical files.

ford County must be proud of the:mother-in-law, Lydia Hall once You have our best wishes for continued I

Telegraph. told me. Here it is, in her words: I i growth and prosperity for'! OLDSMOBILE ROCKETS
II the Bradford County Telegraph
Bob and Lora Britt "When my children were small ;
the whole that it reprej j
and area
Publisher and Editor 'I
I II. lived at Orange Heights. My husband -
Beach Journal worked the sents. :
Delray Madison Hall, on
i I railroad and was home on week- I George Beebe Managing Editor'' IS5. r
CONGRATULATIONS! You INTO Ue CO&41/
should certainly feel proud of the 'I ends. Therfore I was alone with The Miami Herald ;II I I ; ?
the small children the rest of the I
job you turned in on the Anni- would like to congratulate !
time. There was a desperado named I you
versary Edition. Its first class andI about the excellent anniversary issueof I
Harmon Murray at large on :
know that if I were in your shoesI I this time. One night I awoke with The Telegraph. I foind: it most

would be feeling awfully good. a start and realized at once there interesting. Especially interesting Never so new as note netcr so Jar ahead
Since I received it this morning I There was the cover using the old Telegraph :
was something wrong. wasa "
several have it It's the dazzling, all-around-new Super 88"
people seen on my knot hole between bedroom and issue.S. .

desk and couldn't pass it up. Everyone dining room, and a light was shin- : K. Hudson, Manager Oldsmobile! Inspired new st)ling everywhere!
them has commented favorably
of ing through." Pulpwood Department SUPER New power with the mighty new "Rocket
on the content, makeup, lay- Container Corporationof
out, and quality of printing. "I raised myself to a sitting America 202! New color. dramatic "flying color" q
position, being very careful not to.
Holcomb Kerns In fact all the newest ideas
make a noise. When I looked patterns nero on

News Bureau through the knot hole I nearly I I Just a line to let you know whata tihfds! See us and see Oldsmobile for '55! ,
p University of Florida fainted, for there sat Harmon Mur- wonderful edition you put out.

Congratulations on the 75th An- ray at the table with his Winchester I I know how much work goes into

niversary Issue of the Telegraph.It's rifle across his knees. He was such a production, especially one ;...,
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great! eating some food he had found in as fine as you produced. -----...
W. M. pepper III
Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Jr. the kitchen. I b
City Edito/
Hollywood, Fla. "I hardly breathed, and didn't -1
Gainesville Daily SunI
make a sound. When he finished ,
Permit me to add my congratu- eating he cupped the top of the :I .' _

lations to all those you have already kerosene lamp with his hand and,i have just learned of the 75th f .. _

Anniversary of The and .
received on the 75th Anni- blew out the light. He went out the I Telegraph I u

versary Edition. I am aware of the back door, leaving me unharmed, I wish to extend to you my heartiest -
vast amount of work that went but pretty shaky." I congratulations. The Telegraph II \ '
into its preparation and assure I is without doubt a fine newspaper. I :
o '
[ My mother-in-law must have ..
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w.
you that as one of your loyal 1 rendering a real service to the _
been a very brave woman. I know
readers I thoroughly enjoyed every people of Bradford County.
I I1 would have died of fright.
John Saunders

page of it.S.. L. Peek Jr., President I'' Mrs. Clyde Hall University of Florida

Florida Bank at Stake Route 1, Starke Gainesville, Fla.


r.rr.rrrrrr.r.YT.nrn..rIIEILBRONN "Hajji Baba" PlaysAt I IIAMPTOXCHRISTIAN CHURCH /

Florida Theatre Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship

Mon. Tues."The Service 11 a. m : Youth Program .... ,, .... -_""" '_ _""" .._
Sun.
I
6:30:: p. m. Evening Service S :I
Ancel NormanlUIIUUUAUAUAIUAaA N..1955 OUtmaUt_ "88' Holiday Covpi. A c.-aI Molar V I_
By Mrs. p. m. -Bro. J B. Dixon pastor.Wash .
Adventures of Hajji Baba,

will play at the Florida Theatre > -' I I NEWT
Parrish and Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. Ii \-Z : t ,-_\,
Pete
Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Ethel Clemmons and three Nat King Cole sings the hit song, 1 Your Clothes 4 POWERED BY THE NEW
"Hajji Baba" on the sound track
weekin NEW! _
children spent part of last I I
Miami. similar to the "High Noon" 9 Pounds i : ,, "ROCKET" 202 ENGINE I II II

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Johns and score.
The Cinemascope production I I
children of Jacksonville visited For 40c!
stars John Derek and Elaine Ste-
and attended church here
relatives I
wart who experience a thousandand .
FREE Bleach If Desired!
Sunday.Mrs. one adventures in ancient ....'
Kate Simmons of Mont Persia. I
Ala. is spending some ,
gomery. The highlight of the film shows j 1 ,
All AEOUNO NEWt
the Faber's. She attended + ,
time with
an attack by fierce warrior women i We Will
services here Sunday
church
who capture the two stars and I
Dry Your Clothes
morning. order them killed by torture. The i

Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Norman rest of the story revolves around I For 20c

and baby visited his parents, the Derek and Miss Stewart as they!!
Normans, Sunday.Mr. I In Sew Automatic Driers!
LeRoy try to stop the evil plans of Prince
and Mrs. Barney Eggersand Nur-El-Din. I 1
children of Jacksonville were o 1I I

visiting relatives here last week- FAITH BAPTIST CHUUO I,

end. LAWTEY, FLA. !I,,
The Washeteria
Wedding bells were ringing Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- !

Sunday for Harriet Hollingsworth ing 11 a. m. & 7:30: p. m. Midweek .
Temple Ave. Starke
and Kenneth Norman who were service Wednesday 7:3p p. m. j .
quietly married in Folkston, Ga. A. E. Massey, pastor. -:: ,::,, ::;'- -_:+ \.''",,: .'".-- :- -

4-11 Club ..
Heflbronn girls organized a 4-H /dwro......, ,-'

Club Friday when Miss Dorothy

Ross, home demonstration agent, sea From where I sit... by Joe Marsh "

came to school. The club elected ,

the following officers: Shirley i

Brown, president; Connie Clem- cLILe

mons, vice-president; Mae O'Neal, Granny Drives ; ELqAt:
secretary; Helen King and Sandra
i
Solano song leaders, and Shirley But Won't "Shift" it
t 4 You can't miss the newness! It's evajvfu-re from
Clemmons, reporter.The I
I : 555 4 road to roof! Note the crisp, low.levellines .
to
forward ,
girls are looking I .
a good year, having a lot of fun : Saw Grandma Taylor puking From where I sit, it's strictly New 1955 o+d.ou. -- 1;-. the dramatic new color toning that sings of action
her 1924 Franklin out front the the new cars for me-but Grand i ""-r-Ei ''DeL-HoIicM,COGpe. ;
and working hard. All of us wantto ...fla5hing"Roclet"202 action! See and K* all
I other day. Neat as a pin, radiator ma Taylor, and others, are win a trip to camp I -; the brand-new 1955 OIcLanol3eg} -Ninety-Eights,
--Shirley Clemmons, reporter and hub caps gleaming-the whole welcome to their"old faith. I _
car is as shiny as the day she fuls." It's simply a question of j Super"8& "," &"! Come in tomorrow at the latest!

I bought it 30 years ago. preference. Same with a choice I
St. Mark's Episcopal II
Then and looked of I
For
stopped beverages. instance, I like
i #
fiev. Raymond E. MarRlam i gain-for there, hanging on the a temperate glass of beer with i '
NOW ON DISPLAY WITH THAT 4eatt LOOK 1 .
I spare tire was a sign: "This car supper. You may prefer coffee. :
Services at St. Mark's Episcopa.lChurch NOT for ule." Fine
The important thing is
will be follows: 'I
as Asked Granny whit was going that we respect each other's .
Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Church
School and Adult Class; 11 a.m.-'j on."Joe,"she says,"'it'. this erais choice-and"ride along smoothly" I VISIT YOUR NEAREST OLDSMOBILE DEALER II
for old can. Everybody wants to together.
Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30

p.m.Wednesday- y P.:S.7:30 L. p.m. Litany for buy years my Franklin.and it's Bat not it for hu sale Mired at Joe 1la..-cv," I TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

and Meditation; S p.m. Choir I UJ price. -.

Practice. !
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Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, Copyright,1954, United Sates Brevert Foundation PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL AND COURT STREETS
11 a.m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30: p.m. '
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE
FRIDAY, :NOVEMBER 19, 1954 THREE-
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w.vy.m.nYYYYYY VYYYY1 That was 16 more than the Sun [one da last week and talked for ,come visitors to our house Monday I read it until we wear it out I sup- CARD OF THANKS I I beautiful floral offering and other|I
day before: and it rained all day ,a short time. He came with Mr. \morning. They are to return and pose! kindnesses, we are deeply grate- GOT EVERYTHING Give her
Sunday so the weather did not Anderson who ran a filling station do some work around here in a I We are all more than glad to Our heartfelt thanks to all who:ful. an Este:brook pastel purse pen
LONG BRANCHby I bluff the folks. I until a short time ago. These,few days. see the rain coming our way again, attended comforting sympathy and I Only $%.37 at Bradford County
Rev. Higdon delivered a good i two old fellows are not able to I We were really surprised when t maybe our gardens will grow! II Agnes M. Johns --I Telegraph.
help in our recent sorrow. For the
Mrs I. L. Stricklandand sermon on "God's Sunrise," and :work any more so they ride around I we received last week's Telegraph! some now. I Louie L. Johns I
Jimmy Lang we had five join the church on :and see friends and relatives. I We knew the Editor had been say
profession of faith and three were Herbert Bell and family from ,ing he was going to put out a .
tAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&A&&AAAAOur received into full fellowship by Middleburg visited Mrs. Bell's sisterat I special issue on that date, but we
training course in W. M. S. letter. Highland Sunday, when they did not expect anything like we
work, which was taught at the Sunday evening some of our started back home after spending received. I have been sending all of
Ebenezer Church Tuesday of last young girls sang a special song, :the day with Mrs. Mosley they my copies to my daughter (and It's got a "V" in its bonnetor
week, was very interesting and "Near to the Heart of God." Rev. i stopped by here to see us. Mr. Jim's son) in Calif., but you may choice of two new sixes !
Instructive. The course was taughtby Higdon assisted them. They were I Bell and Mr. Strickland soon learned rest assured this is one copy that your
Mrs. S A. Minton of Jacksonville Peggy and Patsy Smith, sisters, I they had been friends in years I will stay at Clay Hill! It is a real
and I must say she knows Shirley Smith, and Rosemary Well- t gone bye. j history, more than one could get
how to teach. hausen. Bonnie Harris acted as : Earl Padgett and Mr. Austin of I from a history book, ao we will '
Her husband was with her and pianist. Geneva Green sang a solo t the Reforestation Depi. were wel- 'keep this copy and read it and reSewing Chevrolet
helped considerably. He is a char Sunday morning. All of these girls The motoimic for 55
ter member of the Hastings Missionary are in the intermediate class in I .
Baptist Church and belonged Sunday School and do a wonder j -= r- i iI
to..it for .more than 50 ful Job of-..inging.After iI I I
years before moving to Jackson the preaching service Sun iI
ville about two years ago. day night, the W. M. S, held a I
Minton and Mrs. Harvey from special called meeting and electeda ,
Highland sang a duet, "Let the counselor, Linme Harris, for the 1
Lower Lights be Burning" just G. A's. Since she resigned as sec- Its: the valve-in-head V8 as only
after lunch. We all enjoyed the retary to accept the position, Bessie
I much. the valve-in-head leader can build it!
song very Strickland was elected secre-
AU five presidents of the W. M. tary in her place. I Great I new You'd expect Chevrolet to out-V8 the field-and it has! Chevrolet's! .
S. represented were present. There We had our regular meeting of i i new "Turbo-Fire V8" puts a brand-new kind of excitement under your
six members from Machine
were present the PTA last Tuesday with 24, Operators foot. The excitement of 162 horsepower! The excitement of an 8 to 1
Ebenezer, seven from Long Branch,
members present. Some of our men It | ultra-high compression ratio that squeezes more pure fun out of a
five from Black Pond, three from
'
I t were absent due to the Brotherhood gallon of than ever dreamed possible! The new "TurboFireV8"
1 Highland, and Mr. and Mrs. Min- Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES gas you
ton besides the children. I' meeting at the Long Branch I is so efficient that it requires only jour quarts of oil instead of the
Church on the same |
Well it begins to look like we evening. '' 18 THRU 35 usual five or more.-And it has the shortest piston stroke in the low-
We are pleased to see so many'
will get to hear those songs the taking an interest in these meet-' price field, for longer engine life. But we can't even begin to give
folks are to sing for us when our I ings and trying to help better the] you the whole story here. Come in and dme the new "Tuibo-Fire V8f!
attendance at Sunday School',school and community. Company Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital
reaches a high mark. We had 71 j Insurance, Paid Vacations and Others
visitors. I We understand there was a good
last Sunday including five
crowd at the Ebenezer Church j APPLY AT OUR OFFICE
j'Sunday evening to the preaching:i 10th & CHURCH STREETS With enough new advancesto
Season Cash AvailableAt service and to hear the Swamp- : i fill a hook !

Marion Finance land Gloria Quartett Starling sing.was playing on :' BIG DAD Manufacturing Co. I Two new 6s S Chevrolet offers two new highstepping sixes for 1955! There's the new

For Working PeopleOf the play ground at school one day I I "Blue.Flame 136" (teamed with Powerglide as an extra-cost option)
not so long ago and turned her Starke, Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA and the new "Blue-Flame 123." Both bring you new, higher-rated
Starke And foot. They thought she had sprained -.( power-the zippy, thrifty high-compression kind. Both have new, more
Surroundingrea l '" her ankle, but it did not get' 1 efficient cooling and lubrication systems new engine mounts that
better. When they took her to the:: / A AAAAAAAA A A A A A AAAAAA result in almost unbelievable smoothness. And, like the new "Turbo.

Families who are short on Cash i doctor, they learned she had split Fire V8," both are sparked by a new 12-volt electrical system for finer
ttt pay those overdue bills and one of the bones in her foot. Now j TONIGHT ENJOY i performance and faster cold-weather starting. They're the liveliest,
those bills that are a bit too she has her foot in a cast for : ]
high can look to Marion Financefor awhile. I II smoothest sixes Chevrolet ever put into a passenger car! **

in
aid Marion Finance
I We are glad that Rufus Chance >
Gainesville can either assist by i|i is improving from the recent op-i I 1
a PAYDAY LOAN for 30 daysor I|I eration on his eye. i j Specialty ,Q
Loan with
a monthly Budget Gressie Harris is on the sick
'
payments to fit the pocketbook.The list and unable to attend church II of the House
interest is small, for example -
and Sunday school. We sure miss'
$50.00 for 30 days is ;
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only 175. CONTACT MARION her.Nettie I rS. ;
Carter was called to Doctor's -
FINANCE BY MAIL BOX 446 Infet due to the illness of .
or CALL COLLECT 5333 Gaines- 31
her sister. She reports the sisteris 3 Broiled Beef Tenderloin ,
ville then come in and pick the >.
improving.Jim d :
MONEY up in one trip RE- 4.
Strickland made .two tripsto STEAK 3
MEMBER ITS CONFIDENTIALAT 1.95
Jacksonville last week, one
MARION FINANCE AT
Tuesday for a check up. He learned 3
GAINESVILLE for that $25.00 to FRENCH FRIED POTATOES.
$300.00. | another cancer had formed in' I 0
the same ear he had the others FRESH YEGETABLESALAD I
removed from,
and they removed
Roquefort or French Dressing Hot I
this last one. They were to remove
TBel/ Air 2-Oaor Sedan-one of 14 new Fisher Body beavhcs! in three new series. I
another one from his wrist but Rolls and Butter _
YOURPROTECTION did not do thus and it is to be removed this week. Friday he had <

Ito: return to have the stitches removed { from the ear.
I Minnie Gurr made two trips from j Jacksonville last week to see her ,1
3 I I12e4JaLLiwLti 3 3II
i[sister, Faye. Several of the girls .
I from the Telephone Co. came with < -
(her. She and Dorothy Baker and
;(Children came Sunday and spent IS OURPROPES1ON i part of the day with Faye. \ TORODE CHEVROLET CO. I II

I Our brother-in-law, Jim Horn 1 Temple Ave. (U S. 301)fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYJ) 1 i
;by, from near Starke called on us '
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PAGE FOUR FRIDAY NOVEMBER 19, 1954
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rcerrss rrsssssrsssss __ -=rsrssssr -SISSW_ SS I Shirle Yvonne McRae Weds Clyde M. Hughey Miss Shirley Cottle Plan I '

I In Impressive Ceremony At Bride's Home \Vas InspirationFor r-


: One of the loveliest weddings of Bridal ShowerMiss 4. 4
I I arI L; 1ItJ1IiItuL1: I the local BPW
the season was solemnized Thurs- I Louise
!day evening, October 26, at 7:30: Shirley Cottle whose mar- Meeting
I Leonard Moore will be an Hotel in Lako
riage to
o'clock when Miss Shirley Yvonne ,
,McRae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. event of Nov. 26, was the inspira- : Dorothy Pat-

'B. M. McRae became the bride tion for a delightful miscellaneous to meet
of1 I shower given Tuesday afternoon.Nov. the Ponce d?
Gladys Mooty i of Clyde Marshall Hughey son Johns
9 from four to 5:30 o'clock in 30.
Phone 35 i Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hughey of :
Is ste-re ssssssSrrtssssrrrrsstsssssss.srnsssssSJSSShirley I Gainesville. The ceremony took'1 the Episcopal Parish House by the : meeting was

,place at the home of the bride's : Woman's Auxiliary.Mrs. Center Mon

Carpenter Weds Dolph! parents with Rev. W. E. Hall offi- !; C. A. Futch greeted guestsat 1, Pat Lam!

I dating. the door and presented them to To Wed

Reddish In Beautiful Ceremony A program of nuptial music and' the receiving line composed of Mrs. party will .
the traditional wedding marches : I Mattie Gahagan Miss Cottle Mrs.P. of Glad\s
J. ( and Mrs. C. V.
uattlebaum for the
were played by Mrs. Lucian Conner '-' ,

who also accompanied, Tony \ Ingleright.The that time

: Gonzalez who sang "I Love YeaTruly" \ ,1I receiving line stood in frontof Wayne been invited
the and the mantel .
fireplace
and "0 Promise Me. > dab's
I Large baskets of white gladioli '- .._ ? : held an artistic arrangement of .-.! will be

and pompoms were used to det l ': white. gladioli, and! white jasmine \ Washington
1 '
I (tied with satin bow:
:' : a large pink
orate for the occasion. Native 4 p m.
Balancing the arrangement were Douglas
greenery and pompoms formed an '
I burning pink tapers in silver hold-
arch in the background. committees
ers. The bride's table I
was over-
The bride, given in marriage by'' II Year's Eve
I'her father, was attired in a lovelyoffwhite I laid with an imported cutwork : I : and Mar I
cloth centered with five-branch
a
two-piece dress, complimented I. delicious re-
?. : with lizard skin accessories I i iI ed candelabra holding tall burning i 13 membe's
I pink tapers tied with pink tulle I i
I and a corsage of tiny red rosebuds. |I 9
k ruffles. Silver I I
trays held
dainty
Mrs. Vernie Thornton sister of1 I I
sandwiches and decorated .. of New Rivei
tiny M. I. Johns
the bride served as matron. of
: honor. She wore a pink suit with Ii Following the wedding a reception -i cakes. nounces the engagement and '
Mrs. David Cottle, mother of the of his '
:blue and white accessories and her was held in the home. proaching marriage l India
bride-to-be, poured coffee from a ter, Miss Louise Johns, to )
corsage was of white chrysanthemums. The bride's table was overlaid
I On silver service and assisting in E. Douglas, son of Mr. and } I
with a lovely lace cloth. one S. C. S. met

Mrs. Bill Shanley bridesmaid, i I end of the table was the three- serving were Mrs. Ben Rowland. Cecil Douglas of Starke. I, 3:30: o'c! i k
.a/S
wore a pink suit with black and tiered wedding cake, while the I Mrs. Stanley Noegel and Mrs. H. The wedding will take Mc$1,--",'..,', with...... tf...,-,

t 4Nzdr- ,white accessories, and a white other end held the crystal punch' C. Brown. I K. Perryman.

( ___ chrysanthemum corsage. I bowl, surrounded by plumosus fern. Members of the Auxiliary pre Christian Church \ session,

Orman :Medlock of Gainesville Mrs. Darlene Dickinson of I sented Miss Cottle with a piece of Choose Circles Plan I had charge
her chosen china ,
I as a
remembrance -
'
__ attended the bridegroom as best Gainesville cut the wedding cake, I presented
I of the occasiop. !
!man, and Bill Shanley served as I and :Miss Elizabeth Jackson was Ladies of the Woman's a former mIS-
usher. ,in charge of the bride's book. Miss Fifty guests were invited to at-
met
: | I I tend this of the Christian Church her introduc
a i3 lovely affair.
__ 1: Mrs. McRae, mother of the bride, Eloise Dobbs poured punch, while day evening at the church Mrs. Cressler

chose for her daughter's weddinga I Miss Betty Lou Sapp assisted in'I I their regular monthy; : I her what

gray dress with black accessories serving.; Jo Ann Singleton with the president, Mrs. Orval a missionary
and a shoulder corsage of white After spending some time with j i
witha Told ver presiding.The was due the
The First Methodist Church of a lace cloth was centered chrysanthemums. ... their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Hughey Engagement |
devotion was given by and Sun-
Starke was the setting on satur-j four-tiered wedding cake toppedby I Mrs. Hughey the bridegroom's I left for a short wedding trip to :: F .; Albert Newbern and prayer I Miss Leaman

day evening for the I a miniature bride and groom mother, was attired in a gray suit South Florida.' I '!Mrs. Mary E. Wynn. The : forms
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:Miss Shirley Anne Carpenter carrying out a theme of the church complimented by black accessories They are now residing at 221 : nating committee chairman in India and

I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight decorations with wedding bells and and a corsage of pink chrysanthemums. N.E. University Avenue GainesWoman's i' ported the names of the I devoted the

Whitney Carpenter of Starke. nosegays of small white chrysanthemums ,vill for the new year as follows: Christian
to Dolph Eugene Reddish, son of Flankingthe -
and greenery.
Andrews Pres. Mrs. converted.
Wesley :
Sheriff and Mrs. Percy Drew Red in Club Hears Dr. Kulkarni .1 I
SpeakOn
cake were lighted tapers Johns, V-Pres., Mrs. Ed her talk she

dish of Starke.8:30 The o'clock beautiful nuptial and silver candelabra. The cake was Life In India Since Its Independenceand tL Sec. & Treas., Mrs. L. J. Kite, !'I concerning the

impressive cut and served by Mrs. Charles I'-\ Group 1 and Mrs. Clyde She also
the Rev-
by
rites were performed
Walker of Jacksonville with the Dr. and Mrs. Kulkarni of India. | their wearing apparel. Miss Group 2.Those. dressed in
Mitchell
erend Thomas Glenn
Methodist assistance of Mrs. Samuel Ham- students at the University of Leaman assisted by Sandra Johns I | in Group 1 are: :Mrs. I added great-
Shore
pastor of the Lake '
Church of Jacksonville.As aker, cousin of the bride. Florida were guest speakers on Bol'bie Bastedo and Jackie Hobbs. 1Mr. 1--- ,Kite, Mrs. Louise Newbern, |' her talk.

Presiding at the punch bowls the International Relations pro- all attired in native India costume, 1 'i had charge
the wedding guests assembled I the Mrs. Orval Culver, Mrs. Mary I correlat-
;
Mrs. J. P. Middleton of pram at the Starke Woman's'Club 'demonstrated how Indians was
a program of appropriate j were Jr. of meeting Wednesday afternoon bathed their babies. I,Wynn, Mrs. Van John Mrs. .
Mrs. J. M. Lorimier
music was offered by Mrs. Lloyd(Tampa Jacksonville and Mrs. Dewey War- Nov. 10, at which Mrs. J. After the program, guests were I [English, Mrs. Ella Sweat I

Green, organist and Mrs. Randall! Starke. :W. Kincaid, president esided. invited to view the lovely display I,Mildred Douglas. Mrs. Ara Holds
soloist. The traditional ren and Mrs. Bill Tilley of I I
Chitty I As members and guests arrived 1 I tables where Miss Leaman exhibited -I I MI s. Gertrude Hall, Mrs. I
I sandwiches and mints I
marches used during Passing ;
wedding were Mrs. Freddie McNair
Johns
I they were greeted at the door by her treasures from India '
the ceremony. j I were Mrs. Titus Olson. :Mrs. Claude Miss Clara Leaman in native consisting of brass, rugs tapes- ':'Sallie Tison, Mrs. Clara ) i

The church altar held handsome|I Pickett Misses Carolyn Edwards. I India costume, who was a missionary ''tries, jewelry, linens, silver, carved I Mrs. T. J. McIntosh, Mrs. I I I and pro-

arrangements of white gladioli and 1 Jo Ann Smith, Carol Ann Pickett I in India for 27 years. In the woods. inlaid tables, native dressed 'Cheadle. Mrs. Bessie Winkler, I First Baptist

chrysanthemums in large baskets [and Sue Chastain. Miss Ann Crosbyof |receiving line were Mrs. Kincaid, dolls and doll furniture brass Eyvon Colson, Mrs. Alice held Tues

which, with an array of native Hampton kept the bride's book. Dr. and Mrs. Kulkarni Mrs. James I lamps and numerous other items |Mrs. Annie Tomlinson, Mrs. I'" the church be-

greenery, formed the backgroundfor Wedding Trip I Griffin. hairman of the program i During the social hour refreshments I Colson, Mrs. Margarite I dish lunch-
I
the wedding party. Lighted After spending some time with and Mrs. Ewell Lawson, co- i were served in the lounge ship, Mrs. Marline Kite. I W.M.U.

white tapers in branched can- their guests :Mr. and Mrs. Red- chairman. I where the tea table: was overlaid Eunice Wilson. Mrs. Virginia I senI .
delabra cast a soft glow over the to with beautiful cutwork cloth : and Mrs Leo Walter Singleton I Reports were given by all committee -
dish left for a wedding trip During the business meeting. I a 1 "' :.:.
lovely setting. The pews were West Palm Beach and otherpoints :land centered with a handsome arrangement of Ft. Myers announce the chairmen and definite plans
conducted by :Mrs. Kincaid a let- : 1\ of their daughter, Jo- the
marked with wedding bells tied engagement were announced regarding
\ of interest on the east coastof \ of yellow chrysanthe.
with small clusters of white chry- Florida. The bride traveled in a ter was read from C. S. Partin mums and pyracantha interspersed t Ann, to David Duane Denkhaus, jkcS bLthTIf i forthcoming week of prayer for
'
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santhemums and greenery. I handsome: charcoal pney faille suit principal of BHS thanking the with huge bunches of red grapesin son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. 'LottieMoon. ?

The bride, who was given in I leather accessories club for the reception given in I an antique silver fruit bowl. Denkhaus also of Ft. Myers. The week will begin with a
with black patent! resident -
is former ..
marriage by her father chose her honor of teachers and school Three-branched candelabra held Miss Singleton a .J. breakfast at 8 a.m. Monday. Nov.

only sister, Mrs. David Lebaron a pink hat, and pink ficials on Oct. 13. It was of-I burning yellow tapers. Silver I of Hampton and is a granddaughter miss favorite sales- .recently and a little bird told I 29It: includes a breakfast at
her attire anda you your
She complimented Mrs. Neta Johnson
gloves. of the
Reid, as her matron of honor. The nounced that the club year books I,compotes held glazed walnuts. man, clerk, manager, proprietor or me that Ruth Haines was flattered i 7 a.m. Tuesday a supper at
with white orchid corsage Mrs. Donald Keys, )
bridesmaids were Mrs. Clotis a will be ready at the December Mrs. Lex Green presided at the sister of what have you along Call street when mistaken for the wife of, I church for family night at 6 p.m.

Shawyer of Alderson W. Va., and from her bridal bouquet. I meeting. Eight volunteers were silver coffee service and Mrs. Earl both of Hampton. She is also the these coming weeks you can be one of the Governors during the Wednesday, coffee and doughnutsat

Mrs. Charles Walker of Jacksonville After Wednesday Dec. 1. the asked to register at the TB clinic !!Searing served dainty pumpkintarts niece of Mrs. Emma Lamoreaux of reasonably sure he is playing luncheon honoring Ted Johns 9 a.m. Thursday and an old

cousins the bride Mrs. couple will reside in West Palm and Nov. 26 and with Lake Geneva. fashioned CracKer breakfast with
of : Friday Saturday, topped whipped cream. hookey and can be reached in the Hear that Walter Alvarez was
Ronald Griffis of Starke, and Miss Beach where Mr. Reddish, is sta- 27 in front of the Florida theatre. On the mantel and speaker'stable The A'edding will take place Scrub with the other Daniel discharged Nov. 5 after a two Mrs. Lex Green as hqstess Friday.

Mary Francis Hazen of Brooker. tioned with the Air Force. Mrs. C. J. Houpt sponsor of the were artistic bouquets of this wir ter in Ft. Myers. i Boones quite a few didn't year hitch with one year's over- Mrs. Ada Alexander, prayer

Mrs. Reid wore a*becoming gownof I The bride attended Landon High Little Women's Club, gave a report pyracantha intersperced with yellow -I want their names mentioned' seas duty sorry to hear that chairman closed the business ses-

antique gold iridescent taffeta. School and with her family movedto on that group's activities. chrysanthemums for the after- I LLL Class Holds going down there for the opening Rev. Sommer is still on the sick &ion with prayer. Daisy Fowler

The softly pleated neckline gave Starke in 1950. She was grad- New members voted into the club noon's meeting. November MeetingThe day, Nov. 20th, but here are a list with virus seems he came Circle with Mrs. Maxie Carter
the Bradford were Mrs. K. A. Holley and Dr. Among the guests 'were Mrs. three weeks leader, had charge of the program
way to princess waist which uated cuaa laude from few that I know will be there: down with it ago

tapered to a fully pleated skirt. County High School in Starke in Florence Jennings. It was unanimously .- Steve. Simmons, president! the L. L. L. Class of the First Buddy and Lil Bishop, Dot and got up after the 1st week and: entitled, ""New Roads in Southerrt

She wore matching taffeta mitts 1952, where she was a memberof voted to have the club Junior Woman's Cdub.'who'gave a Church met at the homeof Bill Powell Red and Thelma 'Al then had a relapse Joanne Rhodesia. '

and headdress and carried a cascade National Beta Club. Mrs. Red- furnish a room in the new County ,j I brief resume of the Florida Federated Baptist Eve Godwin State Farm, Tues- varez, Bill and Alyce Graham, Slade is home with the flu Those taking part in the Mrs.pro-

bouquet of large bronze chry- dish recently resigned from a position -' Hospital. It was also voted to j Woman's Club District evening for the regular class Russell McRae, Dewey Williams One Hutching has bronchitis and gram were Mrs. S. E. Sparks
: give $25 to the Indian Relief fundto meeting held recently at Jacksonville day Mary Lawson. Mrs. Freeman
santhemums. to the' Circuit Seven members were H. H. Adams, B. T. and Sue Sharon Gaines is still sick with
as secretary clothe child school 'in the II Beach. Also meeting. Register, Mrs. Maxie Carter, and
a for
present was
bridesmaidswere and Alma Outlaw, virus and complications .
The gowns of the Thomas, Lavern
to employment
in Starke accept
Judge Everglades and to give $25 to theChildren's Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Jr., past president present. I Mrs. Richard Lawson. Miss Carol
I and Thomas Michael had out at
,
designed identically to that I Beach. I Clara Hazen Jessie Young I D. L. and Selita Quite a party they
in West Palm solo "A
relief fund. the Junior Woman's Club. I II Ann Pickett sang a
of the honor attendant in autumn Emergency of :Minnie Beard took charge of the' Pickering Stanley and Jewell 'D. L. Thomas' rpstaurant Monday "
I The bridegroom was graduated Mrs. Griffin introduced Dr. Mrs. J. A. Griffin and Mrs. .E.I Stranger in Galilee accompanied
shades of red and green iridescent for the evening.The Noegel Billy and Elizabeth Noe- I evening the 13 present were
from Bradford County High Schoolin Kulkarni I hostesses program I by Mrs. Mona Canova.
who an enlightening Lawson had as assistant
taffeta. They also wore matching gave December meeting will be gel, Jim Brown Godwin. Jim G. celebrating the five birthday anniversaries "
1951 where he was active Inthe talk life Mrs. L. 'I I There were 5S'members and four
on in India since 1947 Mrs. Lex Green, F. Dink- Ben
headdress and mitts and carried held at the home of Nell Griffinon Godwin. Claude Johns Sr., of Ellouise Andrews I
Farmers of America.He when India received its ins Mrs. Roberts Mrs. I visitors present. Rev. and Mrs.
Future independence I George I II .
dish Torode
bouquets of yellow chrysanthemums Dec. 17 with a covered Rowland and John who had a birthday on Oct. 22.
in from Great Earl :Mrs. Bertha Pearce'and I Shepherd, a former pastor, were
Britian Searing
engaged agriculture stressingthe
in cascade was ; annual duck hunting Alma Outlaw
designs. I : It will be the quite a few have teen I had a birthday on
methods of and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy.I I supper. among the visitors.iChristian .
Serving as best man for the prior to enlisting in the United farming Christmas party for the class. up in the Tallahassee-Panama I Nov. 14. Pearl Pickering on Nov.

bridegroom was his brother Lt. tales Air Force and recently returned schooling. Mrs Kincaid, who was Mrs. Kincaid announced that an Marian Howe is compiling the City-Perry area the past week ]115, B. T. Thomas on Nov. 16 and

Drew Reddish United States Ar- from 10 months duty at presented with a lovely red carna. interesting Christmas! programand class books for the year which will there was Jimmy Moore, Harry Michael Pickering on Nov. 18 Church
Base in northern Green- tion corsage from the club, talked ,, musical entertainment is being meet- Herb Thomas, D L. 'I Orchids to Mrs. W. E. Middleton
my of Ft. Eustis Va. The ushers Thule Air be ready for the December Houston, Ladies Council MeetsThe
on India women's their for the December
included Cpl. Vernon Reddish, land. rights l planned ing. Refreshments were served by Thomas, B. T. Thomas Bill |who celebrated her 73rd birthday

Honor Guard of the UnitedStates Out-of-town guests at the clubs, bringing up their children meeting. the hostess. i I Graham and Maxie Carter. .:: B. on Monday Brad Locke gave: a Ladies Council of the First

Army of Ft. Riley, Kansas, and wedding and reception included: Holds T., Bill and Maxie got hold or'I surprise birthday party Saturday I Christian Church met Tuesday evening
Helen UDC
Masters Circle TEL Class Holds j Chapter
I i
James Reddish of Starke brothers Mrs. S. E. Reyes. Mrs. Richard (, some bad oysters at a local eateryin I I evening for wife, Sharrci with 20 : at 7::30 o'clock.

and Seeber MeetingThe I section last Friday evening guests present also Satur- with Mrs. J. E.
of the bridegroom, Ray Mr. and Mrs. James Vickery Has Annual Banquet j Business Meeting Wednesday that on I Circle 1 met

Doyle Andrews of Wildwood. rousin Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wendt. Mrs.C. that: really had them doubled up'until !,day evening the Bill Whitleys, !Sherwood at the parsonage with

of the bridegroom and Meade Mr. The Helen Masters Circle with The T. E. L. Class of the First I W. T. Weeks chapter U. D. about Monday I Mike and Muriel Gilhooly and their leader Mrs. L. J. Kite, pre-
J. Fox, :Mrs. B. H. Perritt I
Lewis. >0,. leader. Mrs. F. B. -Beard and the Baptist Church met at the homeof C. met Wednesday afternoon, Nov. Spotted Roy Turner back on the !,,Peggy and Robbie Shaller gave a ,siding. Mrs. Albert Newbern gave
r and Mrs. C. A. Walker, Mr. and I
Radiant Bride i Ida Darby Circle with leader Mrs. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee last week 3, at the home of Mrs. O. L. Starke; Laundry truck, and see the 'j;birthday-dinner party for Josie the devotion.

An original gown of chantilly Mrs. David L. Reid. Mr. and Mrs. I Garl Mathews and members. for its monthly business and social Haynes with Mrs. W. G. Haile Cecil Douglas family have movE'd',Gumber at the Sheller home 'I I During the business meeting

type lace over illusion and white Charles A. Walker and children. their circles were hostesses for the meeting with 14 members president, presiding.Mrs. from the Phillip house on W. I Sunday evening Mack and Joanna i Mrs. Margaret Blankenship was

satin was selected by the lovely Mrs. Samuel W. Hamaker. Mr. Annual Royal Ambassadors tan- present. W. J. Chandler wrote the Madison street to their own resi- I Futch were hosts at a hamburger II I elected as co-leader Mrs. Alvin

bride for her wedding. The exquisite and Mrs. Robert Stephens Mr. !quest. It was held in the recreation The m t.ingVas opened with I local; chapter for a demit to affiliate dence on Orange street was I fry at their new home corner of i i Wynn as secretary-treasurer and

basque bodice was ..embroidered and Mrs. W. P. Wright. Misses room of the First Baptist prayer by Mrs. G. W. Alderman. with the Griffin Ga. chap- sorry to hear that Jeannette Park & South streets for member Mrs. Albert Newbern as program

in seed pearls and tea- Sally Ann, Betty-Jo and Donna church Monday at 7 p. m. in hon- :). rs. Oma Cotten led the Bible ,ter. Mrs. L. A. Davis presentedMrs. Young fell on her front steps one of the Episcopal Young Peoples I chairman.

lured ahigh, neckline with a peter Jean Wright. :Mr. and Mrs. J. M. jor of the Royal Ambassador'sfathers. : discussions.-Her_ theme Laura Tison's name for mem-j day last week and bruised her Service Leaguer Piaey,.Brown jl,I This circle will have charge of ,

pan collar and long sleeves which Grimier. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Fred I{ It was one of the activities -I studyjand, bership. Mrs. Davis also gave shoulder andreceived agash on assisted the Futch' in serving.the all the programs' .during december. ,

tapered to points over the hands. Brock. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence for Focus Week. "*" was "Hindrance to Christian I:port on' the Miami U. D. C. con her forehead see Jimmy Weldon 18 guests and last but not cember.

Deep, graceful folds highlightedthe LaMee. and Mrs. Mary Price all Master of Ceremonies for the occasion -j[Growth." Mrs. Cotten closed the I i vention. hobbling along on crutches least was the fov siy luncheon I The.meeting closed with sentence. 1

voluminous skirt of lace which of Jacksonville. :Mr. and Mrs. J. P. were the Ambassadors in, devotion with prayer.R. I| Mrs. L. G. Powell presented a after receiving a broken bone in given by Gene Matthews at the,prayers. ,\
Chief of the Intermediate and Junior -! i historical program.Mrs. his ankle in Saturday's football I Guidon Grill last for I Refreshments were served, by
Thursday
terminated in a court train. The Middleton of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. .){ A. Thomas president j jp
: # ( served a salad St. Augustine his! Telegraph staff ,Mrs. Sherwood hostess, to the 11
with
Auxiliaries Douglas Nolin Haynes game members in cele-
bride's veil ot Vernon Robshaw Jr.. of St. ied over the business session. I
becoming fingertip visitors
'and Nat Dankel. course and coffee to the seven brother PFC Billy Weldon, was bration of the 75th anniversary'members and two present.
sheerest illusion was attached to: Aueiistine. and Mr. and Mr*. Plans were made for a Thanks- social I _
Franklin Ritch gave an interesting members present during the home for the weekend from Fort edition which came out on that ,
a tiara of ,earlized orange blossoms Pletis Reddish of A erson. IVVa. talk on the "Highway to giving basket for a needy family. I hour. Story, Va. Friends are advised day staff members and their j I Circle 2 met with their leader
illusion .. Lt. and Mrs. Drew I: Plans made i Mrs. Clyde Colson with nine mem-
outlined with tiny God" thru Royal Ambassadorwork. were for the annual of the following new address: spouses who enjoyed the affair
niching. She! carried a cascade Redd :h of Ft. Eust' Va. Christmas Party in the Class Bn. ibers and four visitors present.
Songs and games were en- Fifteen Brownies Mrs. R. J. Bethea. 169th Engr. with Gene and Hazel were Jack
white and tuberoses Cnl. Vernon Reddish of Ft.: Rilev. roouis with Mrs. L. U I Mrs. Mavis Ward gave the devotion. -
bouquet of roses joyed by the 50 guests. Special Morgan (Const). Camp Stewart Ga. and Pat Detweiler John Mathia
centered with a white orchid Kansas and Mr. Anti Mrs. Seeber guests were Robert Barksdale, Mrs. Oma Cotten and Mrs. Garl Installed Tuesday Somebody's running around witha James and Thelma Lewis, Bertha During the business session -

Doyle Andrews of Wildwood. Mathews in charge of arrange- I charter members of his ( her) I Mrs. Childs .was elected as
Mrs. Carpenter chose for her Mrs. Charles Darby Mrs. J. E. Fifteen loose diamond in or Fuller Gladys Mooty, Claude and .

daughter's wedding a stunning Hildebran, Mrs. Levy Canova, Mrs. I ments. ,Sta_n_,. 's Girl Scout Brownies were pocket or pocketbook there I Adelaide Crowson, and George co-leader, Mrs. Ward. as secretarytrpasiirpr

gown of faille in a soft shadeof \Vesleyan Class !Lex Green and Rev. and Mrs. L.j During the social hour Mrs. :,received into the organization at :were six diamonds in the bowl at I and Elma Kaufmann :. (P.S.-I I-.-----' -andfr-- ..--. -Vno-ir.00 -aa nrn.r-.

aquamarine She comrlimentec D. Haihes. :A. i Hough, the teacher was presenteda i an investiture conducted by Mrs. I the Bullington-Lovett diamond wanted to make a point of getting I:gram chairman. .
Plans Hobby ShowThe i I Mrs. Wesley Andy president
her attire with a purnle corsage.A hankerchief shower in honor of I Edith Reiner leader Tuesday at I hunt last week and only four have Jack our sissor editor's name !rot the Woman's Council
gave a
ClUb her birthday.The Methodist Church recreation i shown up the four lucky winners in this column so he won't
LittleVomen's the First "
striking gown of dusty pink Wesleyan Class of the First "talk on "Women's Work. The
hostess assisted by Mrs. i are Jessie Young Sue Winkler leave the column out for lack of
ilk for the occasion Methodist Church is hall. closed
was worn putting on a meeting with prayer.
Will Meet Tuesday'The Daye Silcox, served delicious Margaret Crawford and Pearl. space).
bv the bridegroom's mother. 1Irs.1 hobby show at the Methodist Recreation re Twelve parents were presei'rthe },{:rs. Colson assisted by Mrs. P.
if haven't taken
Hernwall
freshments. you That about winds it
upfor this
Reddish's gown was Hall on Thursday, Dec. 9th received I S. Denmark: served refreshments
Little Women's Club ill ceremony. The girls your "diamond" in to Bullington'sto week .
a purple orchid shoulder corsage. : from 4 p. m. to 9 p. m. I hold their November meeting.Tuesday I Brownie pins and membership be appraised you'd better get I -Carolyn during the social hour.
Anyone having a hobby or collection -!I Gleaners Class MeetsThe
Following the ceremony Mr. anti -Nov. 23 at 7 o'clock on the beam you might have a
of antiques Or interesting !,I evening I cards from Mrs. Reiner. One member Hardy and Mrs. Harry HatcherJr.

Mrs. Carpenter entertained with a items is invited to display them at at a Thanksgiving. !mer in the I! Gleaners Class of the First was absent due to illness. real diamond! Winsome Class I as cohostesses.A .
reception at the Woman's Club Carl Johns, Billy Jackson, Titus
this show. The men are especially club building.Mrs. i Baptist Church with Mrs. Mona Mrs. J. iL Edwards and Mrs short business meeting was
Olson and George Kopelousos were Holds Tacky PartyThe
of Starke. Tall caskets of whit I
invited to place any items of interest Jack Bohanan, sponsor of Canova. teacher will meet Tuesday Millard Judd served refreshments :i up in Newbern, N. C. Monday thru held and then the members cooked

chrysanthemums II nIt gladioli which they may have in the Gainesville Little Women's I night at 7:30 p. m. with Mrs. which appropriately included t Wednesday on City business Winsome Class of the First I hamburgers on the grill in the
against a backsronfld of native this show. I
yard. Prizes of costumeswere
Club and several officers of the hear that Rev. Haines was honored Baptist Church held their annual tacky
P. McLendon of" the State "brownies. Mrs. O. L. Haines was
pwnerv were u"ed throughout thrluhhonse Please contact Mrs. W. B. Sew- I ,
IR. awarded to Mrs. Riley
called to the and covered
on dish
by being tacky party
in decorating for the ell, Mrs. M. W. Cressler, Mrs. L. Gainesville club will be guests of as hostess. All of the members in charge of decorations which appear supper Wasdin and Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr.
I program three times at the Gover last week at the home of Mrs.
(w'aqj4rn. D. Vining, Mrs. Tom Slade or any I the local club that evening. I are urged to attend. were made with pine burrs. nor's convention in Boca Raton Ned Yanccy with Mrs. Eldon with honorable mention going to ,

The bride's table overlaid wit. member of the Wesleyan Class. i Mrs. J. C. Stephens.

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1954 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA PAGE FIVE
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6 66 i L.of Matthews the Telegraph and Jack staff Det-and MacBlains Entertain !lLawtey WMU Helps Woodman's Circle ;Garden Club Will 'Court has been Bradford dismissed County.in the Florida.Circuit

Detweiler attended the annual With HouseWarmingRev. !Organize New Circle Meets Tuesday NightI I,Meet Monday Night Mrs. Helen W. Norman.2tp 11 :; &
Convention of the Florida I i
Association at Silver Springs I and Mrs. Raymond E. Mc- : The business meeting of tX i' The members of the Supreme!I|i The Starke Garden Club will hold !. ClrcBlt NOTICE Court TO Bradford ArPE.n Ceaaty
J .6J weekend. I Blain entertained members of St. \W. M. U. of the Lawtey First Baptist Forest Woodman's Circle will meet its November meeting Monday eve Florid !. rhaarrrr.
11 Dress Sale At Stumps. :Mark's Episcopal Church with a I, Church was held Tuesday at 'Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clockin ning at 7:30 o'clock in the Episcopal -I Paul E.C.Burnett Burnett, Defendant.Plaintiff, vs Frances
and Mrs. J. M. Edwards and I house-warming at their new homeon the church. After the business was <' the W.O.W. Hall for their reg'Uar I Parish House. Case No. 10-767(
will attend the circus in South Street Monday evening. conducted, those present organizeda monthly meeting. The new I Mrs. George Evans of Gainesvillewill \0tlre: Frances To Appear.To E. whose
circle for the womenof ,!'president, Mrs. T. C. Chastain willpreside. show slides on Mobile Gardens residence and Burnett.
Sunday afternoon. Guests were met at the door by younger I I address is: 205 West
the and give a lecture. Winter Avenue. Danville Illinois.
Irene community.
Roberts of
Palatka "
Lemuel Colson
Jack Miller. :Mrs.
..1 the weekend with her daugh- kept the guest book, and assistingin The W. M. U. will begin a week I The committee chairmen will be Hostesses for the evening will Your suit are for hereby divorce notified that a
I Mrs. Herb Thomas and family. /of prayer on Monday, Nov. 29, appointed. There ,ill.be a graduation I be Mrs. Ewell Lawson, chairman, has been filed against you In the
Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs, C. N. Christy of receiving were Mrs. Jeanette above named Court and cause and
exercise for Miss Barbara Mrs. Mrs.
Augusta Ga. are spending this ter, Marleen, of and Mrs. B. T. Thomas Kincaid. Mrs. C. A. Finch and and will continue through Friday, I Gladys Harrington Matt you are required to serve a copy of
to Dec. 3. It will each Lance, originally from Waycross :Morgan and Mrs.. L. J. Kite. your answer or pleading to the complaint
their
to
week with Mr. and Mrs. S. R. the weekend go camp on Lake Mrs. Edward Burns. Mrs. O. L. begin day at Ga. I the Plaintiff's
Johns and family. While enroute :aunt Mr. and in the Scrub this weekend. Beasley and Mrs. Mattie Gahagan 10 a. m. and last until 2 p. m. All grove. I. H. V.on Knight, Starke, Florida Attorney i'
be
here they spent the weekend with :Mrs A. M. will be joined by the Lavern poured coffee during the evening. the women of the church and com- Refreshments will served and Recent Birth: and file the original In the officeof j'
all members urged to be the Clek of
are present the Circuit Court on
their niece Ann Johns at FSU Davis, and Mr. and D. L. Thomas families. Assisting in the dining room were munity are invited to take partin or before the 20 day of December, I
and attended the homecoming fes- Smith, Jr. and E. L. Matthews entertained Melissa Stalling Gale Duke, and th | week of prayer. i I Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Billy Gibson JIS54; otherwise the allegations ofsaid
tivities in Tallah.as.see. visiting friends a luncheon Monday for a few Kay Rowland.The ,'- 4 i Starke, a son, Billy Ray,. born confessed Complaint by you.will be taken as I
Mr. and Mrs;D; W. Carpenter Mr. and Mrs. friends honoring the Rector and his wife received Methodists Honor 1 'Couple HonoredAt Nov. 11. This notice shall be sublUhed once t
first of the week at their, family were in anniversary of her moth- Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Hall each week for four consecutive
spent the various gifts during the evening Dinner weeks in the Bradford
Party Starke, County Tele-
caihp on'Santa Te Lake. VislUhg"1lr. W. E. Middleton.- consisting- flowers, fancy work. New Church Members a daughter, June Seleeta,' Craph.
vena. Bert Newcomb and daugh- Born Nov. 13. Dated this 16 day of November,
_. Mr. and Mrs; Ella, of Camp Gordon, Ga. and. and preserves. Among the gifts I Members of the First Methodist I Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddish U54.
I tree" full of OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
was a unique "money [were honored Friday evening at a NOTICE
f- --- ,- .. daughter, Newcomb's mother, Mrs. D. I Church held a lovely reception iii The caft of Harold Xorman. Plain- Clerk of the Circuit Court
spent Thursday !, of Koyukuk, Alaska, who bills, a lovely thought on the partof I the educational building' lovely dinner party given by Mrs. tiff. >" Helen \\. :Norman Defendant I IPy Marian I* Crosby, Deputy Clerk
the congregation. wednes-I Reddish's Mr. and Mid II/II 4t 1:111II
relatives in the Newcombs Saturday to day evening, Nov. 10, honoring new parents i
DJBICTARKE II tree, S. C. :.| at Camp Gordon, were I members who have been Dwight Carpenter, at the 301 1
FLA. 1 Mr. and Mrs. 1 ; Mr. and Mrs. G. S. New- i Princess Feigert YWAHasStudyCourse into the church since received I Restaurant. The party was given i ALVAREZ Dlen's Clothing
I the wedding rehearsal STORE
family of Sr. in Starke overnight Tues- | George Huggins, chairman of following Established i m
!l
of the honored couple, who were
L. S. Hutto I I the official board introduced they I
I I and Mrs. S. C. married Saturday evening in the ;;, .
Fri., Sat Nov. 19, 20 Richard Tenly and
i W. members in the absence of .. .
new -
Y. A.I "
Double Feature ;spent the ([II of Gainesville were visit- ,of The the Princess First Baptist Feigert Church will Rev. R. D. Sommer, pastor of the I Methodist Church in Starke.An :.:"-:: --- :- : --=..= "-=::: -- : : ----_.: : ,- --= :--" .-..
the E. D. Tenly family attractive arrangement of :,
er-in-law and Sunday
Come Out FightingWith 'B. C. I I I begin a. study course Monday church, who was ill. I purple and white gladioli center< OPERATED BY ALTON DOBBS
and Mrs. J. R. Chambers I night, Nov. 22, with Mrs. R. O. John Arthur Torode had chargeof the dining table.Enjoying .
The East! Side Kids :Mr. and Mrs. I
Miami spent | leave this weekend for two !!Dansby, leader, in charge. the program and presented Babs I! the affair with the '
AndOutlaw
Mr. and Mrs. C. \('I vacation in Ringgold La. I The group met this week at the j Lance and JoAnn Slade, who sang |honored guests and hosts were ,
of the Plains Mrs. J. R. will meet their daughter i home of Miss' Sylvia Alvarez. The !a duet, and Mrs. R. S. Mulllns: 1 members of the wedding party and ,

With Buster Crabbe I Mrs. J. R. II who is attending Baylor ,:meeting was called to order by I II who gave a reading. I out-of-town guests. : 00 8Grocery
Waco, President Jo Ann Furlong, anJ' i'
Plus Serial "Batman" Chapter No. I Jacksonville Texas. j I I i During the social hour refresh-I II i
5 and Cartoon for the Children I Started Dress Sale At Stumps. [after the business was completedI I ments were served from a tea]I three'ranched candelabra holding
Seed Co. D. A. Montieth of Eustis ;,the program, "I Am the Way", was i iI table which was overlaid with a !burning white tapers. ,
I I Mrs. I spend next week with the Bill (I introduced by Pam Lawson, program i lovely cutwork cloth and centered J Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Mrs. i i
Sun., Mon. and Tues. I Belle Glade children while the Gra- I chairman. I by a silver bowl holding a beautiful W. L. Blair presided at the silver I
Nov. 21, 22, 23 with Mr. and I are hunting in the Scrub. The meeting was closed by the i arrangement of pink and lav- coffee and tea services and were
Double FeatureTennessee and Mr. and I Montieth and the children girls repeating the Watchword. ASocial I ender chrysanthemums. The centerpiece assisted in serving by members of I

Mr. and Mrs. join the Grahams at their Hour was enjoyed. ,i was balanced by two the church :
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have returned Thanksgiving. I
Shelley Winters and Keenan Wynn ;;i to Louisianna J. E. Sherwood, Mrs. P. S. -- Jax Hiway We Deliver Open Thurs. Afternoons

-AndGypsy Mr. and I Mrs. W. L. Andrews I II II I \ i' _.- ",-
I of Jacksonville Fogg and Mrs. Alice Kite I I ,
I WITH $5 ORDER .
Colt W. E. visiting Mrs. Ara Moitt in
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Donna Corcoran and Ward Bond ((homecoming Vincent's Hospital on Monday. I 11 I 1 I
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Plus Cartoon for Children Springs on Wilma Dockstader and son. i 259COCA
Mrs. Lulu and Mrs. Ewell Lawson and ,, ea I II
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Wed Thur.-Nov. 24, 25 Norman of Jimmy spent the weekend in dW I I
Double Feature relatives in and West Palm Beach .
Farm Sunday friends and relatives. I Cv I Ir i
Man With A Million Mrs. Carrie and Mrs. Hubert Shatraw O

home after two Lake, N. Y. Tues- 0 6 bot C
spent ctn
With Gregory Peck ,
-And- relatives in visiting in Starke. ALL -NI L OAr CORD COLA 11

bus, Ga. and KHiyyy. ;
Untamed WomenPlus I Dr. and Mrs. ('hit'ks-Sbtrunk Feed & .a

Cartoon for Children ,I Mrs.family Ed of I ) Co.. and Mrs. Morris M. Mrack- Any BrandMILK

jand Mrs. Myra and Morris Jr., Mrs. George 1 To// Cons .
were Sunday I Mrs. W. H. Nollman Carol. tUBELESS 3 31C

Mrs. Frank I Bryan Green, and P. T. Jr.
Herlong and Harry Holly attended the
CapL F. M. ( ) \; of Billy Graham's movie I i Tall Can
flew down Town U. S. A." at the Johns- : SALMON 39CDIXIE
Base at I II I I Church near Raiford last super-Cushions
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I Friday evening'.

father. T. S. Dress Sale At Stumps. LILY 10 Lb. BagFLOUR.
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Mrs. \ I W. B. Mundy Jr. and Rev. II
ed at the Mrs. L. D. Haines were guests GoooltEAR
ing the trip in f' Gov. and Mrs. Charley I 5
minutes. He at the Governor's con- by 1

jet. Capt. at Boca Raton, Nov. 11 to .
Sunday I I
Mutiny"E. trade-in deals
Trade now our
visit.Dr. Dress Sale At Stumps. -
M. B. 1 John Sale of Valdosta, Ga. ( t are 'tops! Your old tires may make RUBBING
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Irene Furhman at Jacksonville: Mrs. J. G- Adkins spent Sunday 'Tennessee Champ' entered the army in April, 1953, I ber He previously served on the I II I peninsula with the 3rd Infantry I

Sunday.Mr. with her father, J. W. Priester, of and arrived overseas that Septem- lof I Bradford High School. ,Division Parker is a 1952 graduate

HAMPTONby and Mrs. T. C. Chastain and Macclenny. He has been ill for With Shelly WintersAt SERVICE MEN [

I son. Tommy, were in Tallahassee sometime.Mr. .
I Park Theatre
Wednesday and Jacksonville Mon and Mrs. Eugene Birt were
Mrs. 1{in. \V. Hammond.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
day.Mrs. ,Sunday dinner guests of her par- "Tennessee Champ," starring *
E. M. Hodges of Jackson, ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Saxon. Shelly Winters plays: at the Park

Mrs. Raleigh Brannen enteredthe Miss., arrived to spend several :Mr. William Clark is spending 'Theatre Sunday, Monday, and

Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville weeks with her parents Mr. and sometime with his daughters in Tuesday. The picture is a fight Pvt.-2 Charles C. Parker entered

Monday afternoon. I Mrs O. Brookins. Largo. film in which Dewey Martin playsa the army in June and took his
Mrs. Jessie Chastain spent Veterans -
Rothelle Jones, Bill Johnson, J. Mrs. D. W. Moore of Starke, young fighter, Keenan Wynn basic training at Camp Gordon,
Day in Lake Butler. She at-
W. Taylor a'j Bobby Cochrane Mr. and Mrs' C. R. Moore of Archer plays a scheming fight manager, Ga. He was then transferred to
tended dinner at the school and
have enlisted in the Air Force and a I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brannen, and Miss Winters plays Wynn's Ft. Lee, Va., for advanced trainingin ,.
spent the night with relatives. \
left for San Antonio, Tex. on Mon Raleigh Brannen and son, Ardell, devoted wife. the Quartermaster school as a >; ".'
day afternoon.A Billy Home was on the sick list Mr. and Mrs. Emory Brown son, Martin gets into the fight game unit supply specialist. 1IfI" \

farewell party was given the first of the week. Randy, and Mrs. T. F. Brown at- when he vows to carry the Lord's Parker graduated from the. j: t ;T \! .A I
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Rothelle Jones Thursday eveningat The Hazel Perry family is ill. I tended the funeral of Mrs. Du- word to the multitudes. Wynn school at the head of a class of I : :;A$c :\ I

his home on Navarre St. W. W. Hammond is slowly improving bose of Vero Beach on Sunday. convinces him that the fight game 52 men. He received a certificate' .., .
from a severe attack of Mrs. Dubose Miss has more sinners than any other as an honor student for maintaining "" 0 A; D rI
Wieners were roasted and games was formerly i ., ...:.. ., ..
were played by the 50 guests that! virus and tonsilitU. Willow Ruth Alice Jones of Hampton, sister of:sport, and he talks Martin into an average of 90 per cent or .ERiC TIRES t S .

were present. Assisting hia sis, had an attack the first of the Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Brannen and !' fighting. better during the entire course. I WE i -.T" !:

ter, Miss Norma Jean Jones, were, week. Mrs. T. F. Brown. Martin, feeling that the Lord He was assigned as cadre to the ." _
Avoy Williams, Sue Chastain, Milton :Mosher was on a busi- Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Wattersort is In his corner, wins '15 straight' Ompany which gave him the i 4t "' !

Ruth Perry and Willow Ruth ness trip to West Palm Beach the were ia Gainesville on Monday. i iI bouts, but he balks when Wynn schooling, and he and his wiV, ", r rr; ,
first of the week. lines him for a "fix. Garnita, are making their homeat I' -.
Hammond.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Eiland are up I <. .. A", +
and Mrs. R. F. Dyal of the Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins the proud grandparents of a baby 131 Clayton St. in Petersburg, I ARE 11''I' '' \
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farm Colony spent the first of spent Tuesday in :Macclenny.Mrs. girl born recently to their son and YYYYYYYYYYTYYTYTYTYYYYYYKeystone Va. They would appreciate hear- .. ---. -
J. H. Parker is a patientin ,
the week with their daughter, Mrs. wife, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Eiland of ing from old friends. i I ..i:
the Alachua General Hospitalat -

Bruce Mrs.Roark.J. A. Williams Gainesville.Mrs. I Palatka. Heightsby '
-1 :Mrs. Williams and
:Mrs. Richard baby
Alva Fowler and daugl..er, Sue M. C. I'ess and daughter, Marine Pfc. Leroy R. Martin,
Richard Clair Jr., returned from i HEADQUARTERSI
visited Mrs. William's mother, Joann and Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Sara McDonaldaw..uw..u. son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. :Mar- I
Alachua General on
the Hospital
Mrs. Frances Kelly, and Mrs Hess of Daytona Beach spent Sun- afternoon. The .... tin of Starke, participated in field
was
Thursday baby I
Fowler's mother-in-law, Mrs. I. S day with M. C. Hess.Dir. training exercises at the foot of
born on Nov. 7, and he weighed The Keystone Heights Woman's I I
Fowler of Brooker Monday. and Mrs. H. C. Jernigan and '. famous Fujiyama during October
Mrs. E. M. Prevatt and sons, daughter of Clearwater, Mr. and 6 Its., 12 oz. Mrs. Williams was Club will hold its regular meetingon I while serving in Japan with the I TUBELESS TIRE service and sales
Miss Martha Horne.
formerly Tuesday Nov. 23, at 1 p. m. in
Emory and Walters, spent Monday Mrs. H. C. Layfield of Gainesville 3rd Marine Division's 4th ReglThe -
J. W. Horne spent the weekend. the club house. This will be a covered !
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. visited their sister, Mrs. Raleigh ment.
with relatives in St. George and dish luncheon and will feature I I
G. Adkins. Brannen, who is ill. 4th Regiment returned earlyin
Charleston, S. C. Operator Donaldson an address by Dr. Harvey K. Meyer -
November to their home base .and offer
Mrs. W. E. Fagle of State Farm Harry Baker Jr. fell from his I proudly you
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the
relieved him at .
of Lee of the University of Florida.His
at Nara in southern Honshu, lar-
spent Monday with Mrs. George tricycle on Tuesday, striking the I
station. will be "The American
Saxon. back of his head on the corner of subject gest island of the Japanese group.
i Mrs. George Williams son, How- Tradition What Is It?" Since the
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade and a concrete block. It cut a three- new
ell, Mrs. H. B. Wiggins, Mrs J. the subject is of interest to every- I
Mrs. Fannie Meads visited Mr. cornered hole which required three
Marine Pfe. Lewis R.
McClellan
I B. Prevatt and< son, Charles, were one, the public is invited. Those
and Mrs Sam Meads and Mrs. stitches. i son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis R. Mc-
in Jacksonville Thursday.Mrs. not wishing to attend the luncheon \
""! Clellan of Route 1, Lawtey, Fla.,
later about 1:45
Mattie Thompson of Jack- may come at or
LjLLL
That's Our BusinessIf sonville spent Sunday night and 2 p. m. and hear the address. is serving in Japan with the 12th
r
Marines, artillery regiment of the
( s s Monday with her sister, Mrs. H. Those interested in the Blood
It's Glass We Have It! 3rd Marine Division.
B. Wiggins. Bank project should contact one
The 12th Marines are headquartered -
WRITE VISIT
CALL or of the committee, Mrs. Altman
School News at Camp McNair on the
Mrs. Malmgren, or Mrs. Siprelleas
I Joe Peters Glass Co. Miss Dorothy Ross, home dem- soon as possible. There must slopes of Fujiyama in central Honshu -

onstration agent, met with the 4- be fifty doners promised before. i
FOR ANY GLASS NEED H club recently. The girls learnedthe iI
the end of the month if the mo- M
words to the song, "Friend- Marine Pfc. Raymond A. Harper, I Y-
W. Modem Store to
Design Frpnts bile unit is to come Keystoneon I r
how to set son of W. E. Harper of Starke
studied
and a
ship
A Just Mail Us A Pattern for Dec. 1 as planned. If the fifty
table. Mary Jones gave a demon- sailed recently for Japan after receiving : I'I'i
Table Tops are secured, this will establish a A running mate to the famous ,
stration on how to set a table for the training at Parris Island, '" i
;
1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 2-4353 properly, and several other girls reserve use of of Keystone twenty-five Heights pints in the S. C. and Camp Pendleton, Calif. Cushionaire tire and tube N 4 '
He was meat
participated.All I a cutter at Lovett's.Pvt. .
.. Jacksonville Blood Bank.
those helping to hold the
'
The St. Williams Catholic Club
general election recently were the John R. Hall of Starke
met last Wednesday night Nov. t Blowouts b.come e-b-wow-s
hour. graduated recently from the Man- cS
at
school's guest noon They '
MOVINLOCAL 10, at the home of Mrs. W. J. Sip- ual Central Office Maintenance Few.r eikli*-toad flat*. '
were Mrs. Ella Mae Chastain, Mrs. "
Lucille Saxon, Mrs. W. W. Ham- relle. Plans entertainment were made for of the the Course, one of the many courses e longs miUag*-dtft to cools running.Ea .

a monthly offered at the Southeastern t *r "ring-quieter.
mond, and L. J. Wynn. Signal
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Class. These will be an-
SafePHONE s Eighth Grade Personalities Catechism ,School, Camp, Gordon, Ga. S Smoother, more comfortable rid.. ) '
nounced later. The Altar Societywill I
OR DependableEconomical W H. Johns is the son of Mr. He is the son of Mrs. Elsie Hall e Cost 110 more than OftVMitional
hold a Bake Sale on Wednesday ,of Gainesville.Sgt. I tire and tub.
LONGDISTANCE 311 I and Mrs. L. T. Johns. He was bornin
i Nov. 24. at the Gabeardi Sign
Hampton and has lived here I
R. B. Alvarez OR :most of his life. He is 13 years old Shop. Those wishing to order bak- Edward L. Parker, son of
ed goods should contact Mrs. Sip-
Agents For TRANSFER AND and is a member of the Church ofChrist. William Parker Sr. of Starke, is
250-J relle. I now serving with the Korean Military -
Dtlcher Bros. STORAGE CO. Call 9271 Candy's Gulf station /

I Johns.He has m the an older 11th grade brother at, Edwin Brad 1 Keystone Heights, for KeroseneDelh Advisory group plays Group.His an. important I H. H. Houston Service Station -. L. B. (Red) Alvarez Service Station
'
''ford High and a little sister In I ery. part in the build-up of South Korean -'

STORAGEerryman the se,-ond grade at Hampton He i Miss Madelene Kennedy was forces by advising Republicof I Gib Brown Service Station J Thomas Truck Terminal & Garage
dislike .>,'hooi and washing dishes i honored with a bridal shower on Korea Army units in training
'Thursday, Nov. 11, in the Wom- Sgt. Parker, radio '
Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida He wam u plav majoi league a operator
baseball an's Club. Hostesses were: :Mrs. i

M M.: Sargent, Mrs. Lola Johnson : i

Mrs Rachel Maxwell, Mrs. Henry i I

'Godwin and Mrs. Paul Tyre. About I

as: guests were present and the

hnde-to-be received a "shower of i \

loveh' gifts. There were appro- I

ori
.dke. and punch. !
Mr and Mrs. Donald E. Pang-
.
,1 burn of Keystone Heights announce i

the engagement of their daughter

Donna to Edward Cliff Moore Jr., ,

F ; *ni of Mrs. Edward C. Moore and I II

I he late Mr. Moore of Moultrie,

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The bride-elect is the daughter i Fairlane Crown Victoria Fairlane

oi i onnld E. Pangborn, Clay Coun- Crown Victoriawith

cnmiiiissioner.( She was gradu-, ( transparent top

4 it.-i i rom Melrose High School ,

and attended Southern Seminary :

iiiinoi College in Buena Vista, Va. I
I
.tnd the University of Florida. !

The groom, a graduate of Sale A

"iGa, high school, served two I .Meet americasiirst family

years in the U. S. Air Force, and is -
at present attending Middle Geor- ;

cia College in Cochran, Ga. i

The wedding will be solemnized ..the brilliant Ford lairlane Series with Thunderbird Styling

Oeo 27th in the Keystone Heights i

Community Church. I

Mrs. G. E. Wiggins has gone to :

DOZENS OF EGGS from NOW..7 I Greer S. C. to visit her daughter '

She will go from there to Virginiato

visit another daughter.Mr. .

and Mrs. Dewey Willis are

You'll be glad you fed SECURITYToday's at for Goldhead a few weeks.Branch They State are former Park r

residents of Keystone. Willis is

Parks Department. t 1
with the State
Mrs. F. T. Scott has returned to

Sharon, Pa., with her nephew and

his wife. She will remain witft Fairlane Town Sedan Fairlane Club Sedan
high production: plans call for a ration them for some time.J. .

of high nutritional value. A ration Haberstroh is again in the
pow- hospital in Lake City and is scheduled I !

erful enough to supply all the nutrients to be operated on this week. I
The Crosby Stevens Circle of II
I
needed for body maintenance and a steady The Community Church Women;', 1I
will meet on Monday Nov. 22, at'I t

flow of dozen after dozen of large Grade A 3 p.m. at the home of Mrs. White- 'I II I

sides with Mrs. B. Rose as co- ,

eggs. hostess. The Nightingales will

meet on Monday Nov. 22 at 8 p. I I Y / t
n'4'cp
I Y'f
m. at the home of Mrs. M. Prevatt. j

Careful ingredient selection expert research FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH i 'Fair lane Victoria Fairlane Sunliner

SECURIII facilities and precision manufacturing Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn- ,

ing Worship Service 11:00: a. m.:

are your assurance that Security Egg Training Union 6:15 p. m.: Eve- ,\ ,. tJJJ.

Mash is powered for the job. ning Midweek Worship Prayer Service Service 7:30 7:30 p.p.m.m.; I 0 These are the elite ef Ford '55 the 182-h.n.. Y-block Special V-8, All with ford's An0l-Poisd Ride I

I The Andrew Bible class and i I models, the luxurious Ford Fairlanes. offered with Fordomatic in Fairlane Ford's new Angle-Poised Ball-Joint I
I And they offer you're and Station models and
their wives had a delicious steak everything Wagon Front Suspension is tilted back to ,
MASH 'I supper at the Keystone Restaurantlast looking for in a car! Beauty, for in- the new 120-h.p. Six. that springs now soak up shock from
stance There have been suchstrikfrigly -
Friday right, Nov. 12. An never All with thunderbird Styling the front as well as up-and-down.
handsome cars, cars so :evening of fellowship and fun was
The Thunderbird the Ford
clean-cut and per-
i enjoyed by all. distinguished looking. Be the first to own a
And the rich interiors furnished sonal car that has won the praise of among
I are
The "Block Drive" for the new
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the nation inspired the styling of the '
educational underway with fabrics never before offered as
I building got '55 Ford. You'll find its swept-back 55
riceiirix I Sunday with much prayer and car upholstery.
straight-line fenders its lower, FORD
II I I I enthusiasm. The Young Men'sclass l; All with Trfggtr-Torqu PowerThere sleeker look its aU-around wind.
presented the for the \
YOUR BEST FEEDING BUY I plans are 3 great Ford Engines shield visor-type headlight rims
i building to the church and instigated ;
the "Block Drive." They estimate for '55: the 182-h.p. Y-block V-i t. reflected in the '55 Ford Cars. Test Drive it Today! ?

that each block will cost ..... k
SECURITY MILLS of JACKSONVILLE i -
Inc.WE about 20 cents and each memberIS I

urged to buy as many blocksas

DELIVER TO YOUR FARM I possible.as they possibly. can. Andrews Motor Co.I

1700 W Church St. Jacksonville. Fla

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will be present. HI-WAY CHAPEL Rev. J. W. Yeoman TORNADO ZIPPER BINDERS .::: :::: -- > :::- :::; ." ': --- :_- '. ': '-- -' -.>

Wed. 3:30 p. m. Children's story (Assembly of God) for I
Gets WOW Promotion $1.50. Just the thing keeping
hour -- 7:30: p. ra. Bible study and 780 W. Highway 16
books and other school supplies
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prayer. Services at the Hi-Way Chapel, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke
Bradford
Rev. J.V.. Yeoman minister of securely. County
Thurs. 10:00 a. m. Union Thanksgiving 780 West Highway 16, will be as I II
the First Christian Church of Telegraph
service at First Christian follows:
Lake Butler and local representative -
Church. Sunday: 10 a.m. Sunday
of the Woodmen of the World,
Hour
School; 11 a.m. Worship ;
Service. has been named state manager of
Christian ChurchJ. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor
the WOW for Arkansas and will
the needs of Korea. j
a message on II Thursday: 7:30 p.m. Bible
Methodist Church I take over his duties in Little Rock, ? U. ,.
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At 5:30 Recreation Time Hour. Hear Rev. Bullock speakon
m. -
p. E. Sherwood pastor :Ark. at the beginning of the new Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town
Methodist Church Nov. 21, 1954. 6:15: Fellowship supper for inter- the Book of Revelation. Pic- I

Sunday. 9:45: a. m. Church School mediates and seniors 6:45: Worship Sunday School each Sunday at torial charts available to everyoneto I.year.Mr.. Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130
11:45 Morning Worship A Service for M. Y. F. groups 9:15 a. m., C. W. Colson superin- see. Yeoman has been managerof
novel feature of this service will 7:30 Evening Preaching Service. tendent; Sunday Worship Servicesat the Lake City District of the ,b v
be a presentation of the offeringin Tues. 9:30 a. m. W. S. C. S. 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.; Wednes- SEVENTH DAY I'WOW since 1952 and has been Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M.

miniature rice bags, symbolicof Prayer Group 7:30: p. m. Organi- day prayer meetings at 7:30 p. m. ADVENTIST CHURCH connected with the organization.
the sacrificial offerings of rice, sational cub pack meeting in Services each Sabbath in old I I since 1933. He is at present serving Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M.
as secretary of the Starke
which the Koreans themselves have church sanctuary of all parents who Presbyterian Church
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sab- Camp. During the past three yea.rshe Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M.
given to rebuild their war ravaged are interested in organizing a cub j3
I bath School 2 p.m. Preachingeach has helped organize severalnew .
sanctuaries. The pastor will bring'pack. The District Scout Nov. 21 9:45 m. .. _. ; --
Executive Sunday : Morning a. second and fourth Sabbaths camps and to reactivate sev- LI <::. --: ::: ;:. = :='-t. :.' _: __=::,: :.: -_ ::... = ..0
Sunday School; 11 a. m., -
-----
3 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor.' eral others.
Worship Service with sermon !
Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. He has
made
friends in
by pastor; 6 p. m., youth fellowship many
FILMED AGAINST THE BACKGOF ND ; 7:30: p. m. Evening Worship Everyone welcome.PENTECOSTAL. .this area who will regret to see I
1 Ihim leave Florida, but who will
Service. !
THE WORLD'S MOST Knowledge of Pharmacy .
Wednesday Nov. 24 7:30 p. HOLINESS wish to congratulate him on his I LET US REPLACE THAT LEAKY ROOF

FABULOUS CITY.... Jf p m prayer meeting; 8 p. m., adult I CHURCH promotion. in the WOW organization. liSEn lIT ESSENTIAL > BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME WITH ASBESTOS
,choir practice. Sunday School 10 a.m. 11 UUt PIESCIII'TION
= ;:. HOUSTON TEXAS! SIDINGS
; Thursday Nov. 25 10 a. m., Morning Service 11 a.m. I Ii
--- Union Worship Service at First Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Recent BirthMr. i Only licensed phormociiti with coUskg ROCK WOOL INSULATIONF :
I
Christian Church. Prayer Meetings Wednesday
night 7:45: p.m. Saturday night and Mrs. Shepard Faber ( educotion end long txptrienc H A TERMS NO MONEY DOWN: -
"GRAHAM report the birth of a boy Jesse I 35 MONTHS TO PAY
BIL.L1 At The Tabernacle Ellis, at Alachua General Hospitalin In their profusion or* permitted to
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
I It i Music for the Saturday evening LATTER DAY SAINTS Gainesville Monday. I fill prescription in ovr Pharmacy See Us Now

:service at the Tabernacle was ac- Services each Sunday in old ,! Our first con$derotion i II to fulfill!,
ompanied by Morris Brackman Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun-
]hon the accordion. Brackman day School 10 a. m. Sacrament To Relieve $ your physician's desires MANOWN & SCALESCONSTRUCTION

plays both the trumpet and the Service 6:30: p. m. Everyone wel- i Mistryof \
r' accordion and is quite an addition come. .
'Stem,rA u the Tabernacle services. Koch Drug StorePhone CO.

StagN4TOR4/ Sunday afternoon prior to the
\VOODLA\VN MISSIONARY L666 >On Court St. Starke Fla.
Bible School hour a program of BAPTIST CHURCHLAWTEY 53
EYANS'
COLLEEN TOWNSEND
4 :sacred music was broadcast over \.. ... .
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UQUtO OR UIUH'UMI MIT RBI V t ".::;;.; :- ?:'-.7 :' '>,f_'= ::_==--"-;;:: '."_ ; ::: ;...: : -: -: <
m PAUL POAEB K the loud speakers for shut-in a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. I I
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ttifriitsteniriuiun' IOBEIT mm6EOKIALEE mends preaching. 6:15: BTU, 6:45: : prayer !
service, 7 o'clock song services..
U'UIUU 7:30 evening services. I II
II I
1111 liS flu ULfl WARD St. Edward's Church II I I

a a sun d'1tr.7sus,' Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. I EVERGREEN I I
ha Iri s tail Ux.r Holy day masses, 6:30: a. m. and BAPTIST CHURCH I
8'30 a. m.Children's. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- Never
f {} i
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P Class Saturday 11 ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : I
a. m. m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer I
Keystone Heights Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. m. I
(Women's dub: ) Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. I

Sunday Mass 8 a. m. IIEILBRONNBAPTIST
Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. CirURCH
Confessions before all Masses.
PARKofthePALMSKeystone 1 i!! Sunday School 10 a.m. Preach-
11 a.m. Training Union 6:30
I F.ROOKERBAIT1ST ling. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer
Heights CHURCH I Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. -
Rt" '. C. B. Stallings, I'aitor J. Dukes,
I I REV. Milton pastor.
t Sat. Nite Nov. 20 Sunday School 10 a.m., Morning .in reoulary
Worshhip 11 a.m. BTU 6:30: p.m.. I CHURCH OF CHRISTC.
7:30Sponsored Evening Service 7:30: p.m. Prayer
I Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. L. O\erturf Jr., Minister
Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m.
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AIR PARK BAPTISTAir Morning Worship 11 a. m. EVe-

Baptist Area Youth RallyNO Park Baptist Church: Sun- ning Worship 7:30 p. m.
day School, 9:45 a. m.; Preaching Wednesday Bible Study 7:30
ADMISSION CHARGE Service, 11 a. m.; Training Union p. m.
6:45 m.; Preaching Service 8 Radio program, "Old Paths"
p.
Merle Packham A. C. Feigert. Directors p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednes each Sunday 9 a. m. Station
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARSE. FLORIDA
PDnHV"m.'rR11'.1l.. nAU'. .. 4 '" _. .w IO, 1AA.t.---

Billy Graham Film life of a Houston oil millionairewho I[show cause, if any you have, whythe is attached to and made a part of --
is brought to an abrupt reali prayer of the Petitioner filed I the Petition herein. This Hole to I
Will Be Shown zation of his need of a religious ex [ a |'ID the above entitled cause should be published in the Bradford Count
# (not he granted and the Hospital I Telegraph. Starke, Florida a new-- Christmas SPECIAL
perience through danger to his (Construction Bonds
Locally On SaturdayExclusive therein describi I paper published in Bradford Coun-I
daughter's life in the Texas City ed and the proceeding authorizing j I ty, in the form and manner requir- ,j
FFA thtiuance thereof be validated ,ed by Section 75.06, Florida Statutes, '
full-color scenes of holocaust. : and i onfirmed. said Hospital Conn j,1!If 1. i i j
de ii lIOn K. to be issued by the
the Texas City disaster of 1947 Evangelist Graham and his team I + T1.-'i turner herein, for and in behalf DONE AND ORDERED at Starke. i I 17 INCH USED
Florida
( I. this the 10 day of Noemher. |
Hi the
( Bradford
in their Houston County Hospital: '
highlight the climax scenes of are portrayed A.D., 1954.SKINED .
Boys i ip'iration. in the aggregate sum
"Oiltown USA", Billy Graham evangelistic crusade. Parts of the ""r Fifty Thousand J50.000.00) Dollar I ( ) Geo. L. Patten [

evangelistic film release to be ;!picture were filmed in Rice Stadium I breed- lo in he denominations designated, dated of, Hum-I to Circuit Judge .
shown Saturday, Nov. 2/1/ at 7:30p. t mature as follows: I 11 19 3t I 1J .i!H I ii 95

m. in the auditorium at Park- ; where 60,000 persons gathered i ) t Hn-pital Construction Bonds datd I ;.' i TV 74
o!-the-Palms, [for one of American evangelism'slargest I Display > the 1st day of January. 1955 '' .;i..'_:::::: ::::'tZ .1 .

II I uuinlit-red, One (1) to Fifty (50) 111-
The story centers around the throngs. '.11i-1\r. in denominations of norTh
"u*and (1000.00 Dollars ea.'hand ,
"""- .
: Fair tOr to mature serially as follow'- USE
Bonds Numbered I to 20 inclusixe.

\WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICEGet i I '. ,z ._ $20,000.00$ Xumbered on on July 21 July to 1,I rj,1957.,1956.Bunds lOt..-,1"1"r.i,000.OD Good 1 21 INCH USED

Exhibit v Bonds Xumbered 26 to 30, inrluMXe
Set For the Better Fall ,: 5000.00 on July 1. 195S.Bond ,i
Programs Now Coming on Numbered 31 to 35, inclusne,
!lITH. ; $5,000.00 on July 1. 1959. :.
'Hids Xumbered 36 to 40. inclusive, T V 99I v
.da 4 $5.00000 on July 1, 1960.
r } 'I I:"mds Xumbered 41 to !5. inclusive i Service i andProducts -
Three FFA boss, Roman Alvarez, J, R. Underbill, and Monroe Gas- $5,000 on July 1, 1961. :
I Bonds Numbered 46 to 50, inclusive, I I
RADIO I Lens, are pictured at their \egetable exhibit displa)t"d recently at the $;),000.)0 on July 1, U6!. I
1 Bradford County Fair. and bearing interest at the rate of I
II AND I six uer cent <6 the 'I'ar'alue thereof. Interest upon I

J. E, Driggers, 14, j I Rotary Speaker I nually said nn Bonds the shall tat day be payable of July an-of ', ALL NEW EQUIPMENT: TOGIVE i!

I ti. TELEVISIONSales each year, a more particular description '
Dies Of Leukemia VOUK CAR THE
-r---- ,. I Urges Closer Ties of said Hospital Construetioji | BEST
Bonds appearing by reference SERVICE
:With Latin AmericaCloser to' Resolution of Rradford County I J CMS. C. SHEPHERD

Hospital Coiporation, authorizing l Courteous.
17-inch the same, a lertified cup of whuh I
II
TI'19n9J and Service relationships with our Friendly, Prompt Service I,
I I
neighbors in Latin America were TROUBLE SHOOTING TV Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringStarke
"
urged at the Rotary Club Wednes-1 i
224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke Florida A SPECIALTY
a I Fla.
'day by William Pepper Jr., editor 'I ,
of the Gainesville Daily Sun and Joe MartinezI EXPERIENCED, EXPERT

ar a director of the Inter-American | :MECHANIC FOIl MINOR I

1 Press Association. The speaker I ElectricianDo AUTO REPAIRSLet -i -

c j was introduced by Maj. Harry.I Any Kind Of I Sell It Rent It Trade It

,. j Hatcher) a member of the Starke I Electrical Repair

'club's international service com- House Wiring Etc.
Us Give Your Car

mittee. That Fall Check-Up WITH A TELEGRAPH
I CLASSIFIED
Pepper of recently the attended InterAmericanPress a convention When in Trouble Call Me i I II I ;

j Association in Rio and i I Phone Laura FIRST LINE !, Low Rates -Good Results easy To Place
237-J at Park
St.
'I aopaulo, Brazil and toured the !
?outh American continent before d I TIRESBATTERIES I .'0 WORDS OR LESS, ONE INSERTION 50c

; ,, reluming home. He emphasizedthe : EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c
,
a t
importance of better understanding FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S 'i imCOtAT OF 13 PER Ct:\T O\ TWO OR MORE IVSERTIOVS

U between the two Americas -
"
in view of the fact that they '' :2Sc: ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR Al1SOT PAID IN n'f
i I _
I nay someday become allies in the I ACCESSORIESFAULKNER'S
JUST ONE i UEMORIAMS, CARDS OF THANKS, RFISOLL"ri0S20c
J. E. Jr. stand of the free world against 1 Per Line
.
Driggers 15yearoldson ,"- iY'0 ... 1
of 1II'SVlllie Jones and stepson I nroads of Communism. FRIGIDAIREMade 1i i (COUNT WORDS TO EACH LINE)

of Willie Jones of Lathia. died I Better educational advantages only by General ,

that recently in a Tampa hospital fol- end improved means of transportation Motors Corp. All other !
you FOR -\LI-: 2 lots each with threei.M.ni
the two needs of
are greatest
lowing a four month's illness with Electric Refrigerators hullin Lawtey. See Clyde.r.uier. .
!leukemia. He South America the speaker said. are t ", laa try. Fla 2tp 11, 19ITRESS '
was an eighth grade \
made by other companiesand FOR
"Seventy-five cent of the SALE
per people
pupil at Pinecrest school. \\ \ : : WAXT"nluot: he fi \-
? of Brazil are illiterate," Pepper I cannot use the word ]?"i "it-ii. fd Rood pay. Pel-Air Res-It i

pick your n pockets Funeral afternoon services at Cedar were Grave held Baptist Sunday declared. I Fri;idaire. I-- ; I,in* ,cinl l 1M'\\ "'y. Fla. Up IODEIXSD :3 BEDROOM

The greatest handicap to pro- W.\. Tt-P: Licensed Driver to dneto Homes
Church with the Rev. R. L. ;ress in South America is the fact : : L.ngeles: (Calif Must be a
Maybe cash is where can spend it Lanpp the Rev. Kenneth Rich- {Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE a line ir.iitt dn'prVhite or colored InPINEHAVEN
your you I wine and the Rev. Jack hat there is no great middle class 1'rny Ball Box 234, Law-ley, I II'Ia ,

too quickly. You reach into your pocket be, ;officiating. Burial was in Harvey Little i "loath uch as America there is in the U. S.either"In ? ? Itp i'i
are
you
fore think :;Union Cemetery. i THEN SEE
.
you t fitIhy ritch' or you're hungry," ; A. J. Thomas Starke, Fla.

Surviving besides his parentswere :'epper said.Recent Sub-Dil'isian In Starke
I
Depositing al! you can spare in your savings two sisters, Mrs. Ada Keen E. H. SMITHTenth HAS I

account gives you time to consider each ex- and firs Lou Eva Jones; a brother Births Service Station FOR SALE Low Down
PaymentWith
: Marvin
Driggers, and a half- I
penditure, helping you to save mcney. -" :,brother, William Morgan, all of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cash of ] and Temple Ave. Phone 245 Temple Ave \e"!MnrUe.Home Drier in !Saratoga oat Madixun lleicntsIn I I F.H.A. Financing '

The Florida Bank at Slarke brings the latest United :I Lithia; a .gran&lltother, Mrs. Maggie South Pasadena, Calif. announce'the Starke, Fla. Street to Pre nlt .tienur turn .
you Norman of Starke; and t.rth': of a son, Ty Alan Cash I rijihl. %e" pntrd ktrrrt and paled -
Press world news summary on Station WDVH at noon ; Robert MidenalkK> leading to >>ul>dUfxiim. Two Bedroom$7,000.00 I
Norman, Edward on Nov. 9. Mrs. Cash is the former .
Norman f HuuorK reasonably
Barney : pricedaalth Three Bedrooms
each Monday and $8,000.00
Friday.FLORIDA. Nor man, Albert Norman, James Anita Prather granddaughterof \V and FII \ tinaprioqaaAllahle

Norman Mrs.:: Ray Morris and Mrs Mrs. A. F. Sauls of Starke. .

Cecil Thomas, all of Starke; and I Il 3''': ni-rr. 4IN feet on .-. !S. :301.leI..al Investigate Before Y u
I..rati..n for home, motel orulhrr Purchase!
Your
CARD OF THANKS NewHome
Mrs. Laura Jackson .
BANK <" STARKEUlember of Jacksonville rommeri-ial development.Prior
: ,
1 rr n.n The Ladies Council of First ,::On.OO.

/ I Ii Christian Church wishes to thank
i i Pallbearers were Arthur Jones, JO arrrM of good pasture and .
the public for the generous support I II timber land V4 mile from patedhiKhua
;r 1\
Florida National Cecil Jones Lonnie l
.; Group [ Tillman.,Lawrence Brooks Tidwell,Walter and- and everyone who participated WINTER SPECIL! ) Price IJ:\O.oo per acre. 'i For Complete Information See

in any way with the turkey Furhe..e and other bargain nee
Red White. I I Joseph D. Warren
upper which was such a successon

CAP Nov. 11. Proceeds from the 1 GAL PRESTONE A. J. THOMAS WARREN CONST. CO.
MeetingThe
upper and bazaar will be used.i UKALTOR ,
i APiTI-FREEZE( 2.95 .... P. O. Box
787
second ground school class for tiling the sanctuary of the iO-i Temple Starke A" Florida Telephone 214 Tele. 415-W

01 the CAP will be held tonightFriday church. Mrs. W. L. Andrews, I
Fri. SAT. MON. Starke, Fla.
( ) at 7:30: p.m. at the Key president. I
stone Airpark. OneNOTICE. Hlt-3a RC RADIOS REPAIRED I II

In The Clrroit Court Of The Kiichth I 1 HEATER 29-95 All Make All Model I I(lAlVOUDIOX. 120 base, all plastic;
I TO APPRtlt Judicial (Circuit In lad For Bradford ; Reaienahle rharite raarantee*!! Australian silk oaks and Austral.
In Circuit Court. Bradford Conatf Count,. Florida.In CHAS. C. SHEPHERD I' ian pine. Phone 3971, Krystuue
Florida: la Chaarrry.Fclcia ('ban..r41.: 10-16:1.: roa W. Call St. Starke Ph. 23* Mrs Robert Dodd 2tp_I1_, U
'I 4.50 i i
Install Heater
: Cavile Covne( Plaintiff, v.s JHA fll-'olW: COt'NTY HOSPITAL I
BOYSFlannel "'hail.-s Coyne, Defendant.Case CO.RI'OIIATIOX. a non-profit <.'.orporatiun. i !FOR SALE 100 ft lots on State

,I Vollce To Appear Xo 10-770 vs.STATK .. Petitioner, I TOTAL PRICE 3740i Electric Motors I Sullivan Highway, Gen.16. d.nlai-t Del., Starke lIura, 01 E.I 1.

1 Shirts T.I Chnrle Covne. whose reM- OF, FLORIDA, and the Tax- I mile rant of town on Old King.s-:
d. n .- and address is: Unknown. pa>er.s. Property owners and Citizens i- I REWOUND AND I Icy Lake Road 3tp 116
" :
You are hereby notified that ant of the County of Bradford, including 160
'''' fi.i divorce and restoration of Nun-residents owning property SERVICEDSmall ACRES improved pasture 12::.
iiiuidcn name or subject to taxation tin-rein, bearing pecan trees. 2 dwellings,
Limit has been I i numerous out buildings, water
filed He.spondent-
asralnst
In the 29.95
you
C ihove named Court and cause and HI UIool: SPECIAL ONLY Appliance Repair i i supply plentiful with' auto. elec. '
eon are required to serve a of TO THE STATE OF I"LOnJP.TilE { pumps. |5,000. 'rite C. Letsca,
IstQual 0 our answer or pleading the copy comdainr SBVKUAI. I'Pli'F.YTIOll'FIS, General Machine' Work I, II. 2, Box 51, Starke (Bradford CuJtfrbg
"" the Plaintiff TAXPAYERS:, CITIZENS AXD OTHERS.
tto-nPr [
T Frank Land rum, Starke. Fla. IIAVINC. OR C.tI31INt.: AXY You Save 7.45 Buy Today o I ,
II
--
FOIl LEASE-Xew Modern
nd. file the original In the office or HKJHT. TITLE OR 1XTERKST I IV i All Work j I Sinclair
Sizes 26LADIES he Clerk of the Circuit Court or PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED BY i Guaranteed Station just completed in Key
,.r before the 20 day of Deremher. THE ISSrA.VCB BY THE BRADFORD I stone Heights. Fla. on State Highway \
I9.14.;; otherwise the allegations of COfXTY HOSPITAL CORPORATIOX. I Reasonable Rates I 190 Phone 124 or 322-J,
aid Complaint will be taken asonfesed IX BRADFORD" COl'NTY. Cars and Trucks -- All Makes Starke. Fla. tfchg '
by you. STATE OF FLORIDA. FOR AXD I I,
This notice hall be Duhllshednee IX BEHALF OF SAID PRADFORDCOl'XTY
each week. for tout consecntlveePOks HOSPITAL CORPORATIO.V. RED SEAL LET J. D. ODOH. JR.
in the Bradford County Tele. OF THE BOXD.S HERE1XAFTER I And Models HANDLE! TOrR
j CATTLE AND HOGS
era ph MORE PARTICULARLYDESCRIBED
ELECTRIC & MACHINE I _
1'itrd this 17 day of November, : OR TO BE IN AN1'14A1' I I SILKSLive
1J..4.uo'o'ICI.U4. AFFECTED THEREBYYou. : ... I : Oak Eaeh Wedaeadartaine.rllle
PEAL: Charts A. Darb and each ot you, the State I SHOPF. i Karh Friday
Clerk of the Circuit Cnu'tv ..f Florida. through the State Attorney II tf
Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk of the Eighth Judicial Circuit I HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. \V. GRA COON !WHITE WAITRESS WANTED _-
I 19 ,4. of Flordia, are hereby required
11/19 4t 12/10 to appear before this Court at Owner, Manager New' Kingbley Beacb. tf I II
Courthouse in Starke, Florida, I
I I the
on the 13th day of December. A D.. Phone 69 Starke, Fla. 106 Washington St.-Phone 397 I I FOR SALE-SO acre farm with modI .
; at the hour of 10:JO A.M.: andi I I ern bouse, 1 mile North of Law
Young TURKEYS 11959 Starke, Fla.i I tey on I:. S. 301, within mile of
I I Humphreys New Highland Plant. 1;
Alive Osen See owner W. R. Btrlrkland.
or -Ready 'I i FOR SALE -New 8x8x16 CODI tfc-hg

Phone MU-44221 i W. C. T. U. I 'i ", ai I I crate bag. block.Mortar 18c Mix Cemeotl.lD J1.25 per bag.per FOR RENT-Three rooms nicely' \

1.99 Value Opal's Turkey Farm \ SWKABING: IS THE CRUTCH OF i !. Bradford< Stark.Engmenng Co., phonea tfFOR Therm furnished heater., electric Middle kitchen.age Duo-lady .
or couple Mm. L. .
only M.; Clark.Take
1 39 Florahome, Fla. ( CONVERSATIONAL CRIPPLES Youfoawill 'I' RENT-Unfurnished house. Inquire left road at Call St. bridge '
-
Fall StylesENs ;, (SUNSHINE MAGAZINE) i agree that the | at Bus Station. tfCOt.NTRV it is now being paved Bessent
I I Road, 1 mile to my sign. Rt. 1,
I I
{ Box 2-C.
i tfchg \
: : erRED HAMSI l I II
i McCULLOCHModQl47ChainSaw I FOR SALE I II FOR SAL: Good quality Augur
i STARKE ICE CO. tf I Baby Reef slaughtered for Horn
'
j,I Freezer. Reasonably priced.
IKE TRIP CRKIT D'lPL.YO'" Phone U:;. Doyle E. Ponn r. tfchg-

is a real "PoworhousQ"for 1 AZALEAS .
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all Ue -- ;' -- "
ROUND AND SQUANEDANCING 1 -IDf'h Mi* $1.50 VmtuKara _.- ._', E.:::.,___ .,' __ ___ ." _.. __.'_ > I
Also SSr. :;0... 1k'. 11.f1O. '1.30' $2.00 i
Ono-man ant t. i
logging FILL DIRT
i onlu B.n.RIZ.LI::.' ;
(,%RDE> A MHSEKVPaallne :

i Light w"!|ht anti p"w,rfut, 295.00 Karle CoIIIaa J i FOR SALE ,
: .. It btu and Ducat ;- ttrHliKlflutii. Tratfi l n Del P. O. Box' 1GH, Carlrtaa, FU.
i. .Six tndels,.,tIt blidiifroml4to4r.ComiliiMd tit urn tfPnR _' DIRT CHEAP
: t. ,
Shorts SAl.E-ldeal hunting and fish !
; try Iti yw'U wet fill n. ing camp site on Mundy Creek Phone 308JStarke \

near mouth of Suwannee River .
Electricity available. Community i' Fla. t

dock. Vj mile from highway $,00. .. .. "
t Every i right Terms Starke if desired C. V logic Up 'I "!,;:_-:"", .':-.:: ::: .; -:-_ =- __.- .-.7 ,

49c Value SEE NEW COLLARDS AND CABBAGE Plants
ASK TO
FOR SALE-19 acres with four i ii \
I fur "alt <' ,
I'I rynn RFD 1 I. Box
C FRIDAY AND SATURDAYNIGHT i' room house' and cut buildings Seer* '..
'I Ztp 11/%&
32 CUT I' Wtlmont Starling, Rt. 1. t
2-Limit PLUNGE BOW
I __Fla.__ FOR RENT-Three rooms nicely l
furnished, electric kitchen, Duo-
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FOR SALE--ftility trailer LawteY'1
Them heater. Middle
lady
1st Qual ATTACHMENT'Oregon long RideR,, 2 welded tort 4 frame inches, i or three coup rooms)*-'only.-nicely Also Apt.famished Age-No. 1., I

body. 6:00 16 tires.
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space heater electric kitchen.
camp fctove. Call Z'6WD.. B. Adults only. Mr!!. L. M. Clark. i
Page. ltp Take left road at Call St. bridged i
3K"v_ _.. :. "' !_." "' "".._' .. MUSIC BY it is now
: ;; We Exchange ) Chain Saws AvailableFor FOR SALE--Good used 7 piece solioak being paved. Begyent J
dining room suite J40. Tiny'sService Road 1 mile to my sign. Rt. I, .
1 We Refund THE SOUTHLANDERSTHE Station. Itch* Box 2-C. tfchg

All Makes I-p SECRETARY WANTED Must ,
of Saws ; WANTED-MALE & FEMALE and take dictation. type
We Excellent
Satisfy f
.-Big St ady Earnings forman working conditions Hospitalira-
or woman. Distribute Nationally lion and other benefits offered. t
Advertised Watkins Experienced. Age 13 thru 35. Applications I
Products in Starke No experienceor
will be taken Monday
FLORIDA SAW Investment needed Age n of thru Friday Phone 276, Rig Dad
147 11', COMPANY
barrier. Easy to establish .
NEW KINGSLEY BEACH year II )Ur; ro. Itch*
'round business, full
or part time.
> a.Starle. 2727 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville. Fla. Write !Ir. ('. i.. liable Dept So:+:, FOR SALE -i. E. Refrigerator

The J. R- Watkins Companv. standard size, good condition S75.
.o,I. 50c -And- I Memnhis Z. Tenn. UpFOR $:0 cash and 110 week or |S> cash. I
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SALF.--Yaple See Eton Jordan, Starke Bnlld- i

. ,. 1927 N. Marion St. Phone 1675 Lake City, Fla suite 6 hairs. table dining and china room I i'i!I er Supply. lip. i iFOP.
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City Audit Reflects Starke's Rapid Growth in 1954, Another "Sign; Of Progress1 TVTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTyTyTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTfTTirrt-2 F FARMER'S of growing cleared. with berries.land practically was Now under lots every cultivation of farm land's -



t Present Expenses Will Reach All-Time High I DIARY ; I I have as taken more been over and forced more by weeds country to and work people woods for

,: 'i/ wages.
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Starke's increased growth, for I
I better or for worse, was reflected I(I 728.98 and spent :110665.87:: in its I with $31,638.39 for 1953. Starke's : x The author will be glad ta receive t II I So far m our travels we have

in every phase of city income and General City Fund, or roughly I share of about four cents on a items of Interest concerning i seen mighty few berries set out

expenses: for the year ending Sept. $5,000 below the 1954 totals. It 25 cent pack of cigarettes means : the activities of farmers In : I Two bad seasons in a row. plus

30, 1954. Res.d2r.ts: of Starke tool: in $170,045.85 and spent I that over $15.00d in increased sales I Bradford County. Suggestions may E Emailed the scarcity of plants and good
electric current and : be left at the Telegraph office or I help, the
used more $172,366: in the Light and Water over 1953. are reasons given for
water, parked more cars, smoked Fund, or roughly $16,000 below I Starke collected 6087.16 from : to Sam JIcGarvey. Lawtey, C not having berries.

more cigarettes, saw more new 1954 income and $10,000 below'its parking meters in I95f foi a C By Sam McGarvey f i

construction, licensed more dog, 1951 expenses. slight increase over the 6001.00 A WLAAAi1 A AAAAAAA AAAAA A Had some mighty welcome rain

and committed more crjnes than Utility tax collections this year ,collected in 1953. i over the weekend. It should help
Alice still busall this week I the animals
on our place. She
I in preceding years. reached $]. ,949.97 as comparedwith One interesting note about the the berries that have been set out.
Starke shows more rapid growth $10,137.39 in 1953. The ,resumption of city taxes. Starke setting out more berry plants. Now i must have done some prancing i at least, we won't have to fuss
we have about eight beds set, with i ;around, however, for so
than at any time since Camp city's five per cent tax on gas presently has $12,179.78 worth of now she is much in setting out the rest of
Blanding days, and new construc- and electricity shows a $2,800 in- I uncollected delinquent real estate about 9,000 plants but we're go1' 1 lame and we don't know what to ours.

tion even surpasses the best that increase, or a $56,000 increase in and personal property taxes. These ing to keep on until we get ten do about it. Looks like it mightbe e
had to beds set. IF is slow, taking the some trouble with her
the Blanding boom era actual gas and electric consumption. taxes cover a 12-xear period from i up hoof. While
offer. 1939 to 1950 with most of the \ mother plants, breaking them a visiting with Jim Rosier.

As a result-of this rapid growth, Cigarette tax collections totaled taxes charged against the Camp apart and cleaning them, scraping we heard a young pig squealing.
the current year's expenses will 34137.04 this year as compared :Blanding I boom years. i away the dry soil, wetting the' Sam was out this week taking a I It! sounded like one honking forts
completely dwarf last years figuresas (roots and setting each one out'I farm census of district numberone mammy, and sure enough in a

the city moves to catch up its (carefully. We are encouraged, how- and having a wonderful time of little while'Marvin Rosi r's little

services to the expanding needs I ever, as we have a fairly good!I it. What a pleasure it is to meet girl brought it over for us to see.

of the community. stand, in spite of the long spell 'I all the people around here and be- She is raising it on a bottle and

The city collected $407,570.83and SOIL CONSERVATION without rain. The plant's have aj|come better acquainted. Almost we wish her luck. .

spent $425,736.77 during relatively good color, and there is bloom''!everyone has co-operated fully, U.

"normal" 1954 with no N-E-W-S here and there in the patch.: ,I understanding that the informa- Everyone lucky enough (or

large expenditures for special purposes t. Ii 1 I i I tion given is strictly confidential. rather, hard working we should

This year the city will By Bill Haas ; I' '* say) to have greens is busy now,
spend over $300,000 in additional a Cutworms were damaging the selling them on a good market.It .
funds on a huge paving program U. S. SOIL CONSERVATION plants, and we dusted part of thepatfh I I Pendarvis'Attended a cane grinding at Bill makes us feel good to see farm-
I farm
(financed chiefly through county with 5 per cent chlordaneand this week. Mann
ers get a good price.
funds, but with many city ex-I I SERVICE 5 per cent DDT, and that I I Griffis. whose cane was being .
ground, attended the
pensest, sewer and water line extensions I eaily fixed the worms good. The while kettle and When we were about to leavea
a new electric current : day after dusting, we found the we were there Fronzo Pre-
distribution system, a new water I Attending the regular monthly for the farms of A. J. Bryan R 'r alleys !lr>.ered with the squirm- ;,I vatt and his wife and daughter, farm this week after getting a
F. Demorest, C. Letsch and George y census form, a woman came out
double the the Board of Supervisors .i. 'm pests that and Selma, Sellie and Frances
tank, a plan to capacity meeting of : {: Hope the poison also the said
Ilopelousos. These show the Eunice on porch by us and aloudto
of the light plant, and possibly for the Bradford Soil Conser- maps killed tiny worms about 1-1 i came in. Cane juice is good!
different types of soils and their a I the group: "I shot the last cen-
other improvements.The V. R. Ferguson : r inch long) which we have found sus taker, ,
vation District were class treatment. The Soil Conservation son guess its your
deficit was causedby I. at the While
$18,000 "ating crowns. travelling on the Rosier "
turn !
Chairman, Lloyd Green and Service has developed a now
the spending of some of the I'Road this week, we noticed all the
$120,000 borrowed last year for Foster Shi Smith, Supervisor; G.\\I system of placing each kind of land good firewood which is being

new paving and sewage lines. T. Huggins, Secretary; Leon Carter Jin I a class. When each type of farm Above are "before" and "after" views of Conner Bridge oter the Talked to Charlie Shuford of burned by the construction company -

Starke made small profits on itst..o and Bill Haas, SCS. land in handled according to its New River between Starke and Kaifurd. The new bridge now makesit i| Law tey about the 75th Anniver- at work there. As we hate to

major accounts during the The Board discussed a tentative class treatment the land will improve possible for cars to cross the river without risking loss of life or Jpary. !! Edition of the Telegraph see anything wasted, and as we always FILL DIRTGOOD
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1954 fiscal year. The city took in: program of work for 1955. Someof in productivity. limb. I I which came out last week and he I need firewood, we gathered
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said that he and Mrs.
Shuford RICH
115366.16 en-
115380.58 and spent the projects the Supervisors \ some for our fireplace. It is hard
in its General City Fund for a net this coming new I :joyed it immensely that they to
plan to accomplish realize that in some parts of
Wade Gaskins, T. F. Gaskins, Seek Extra sat up reading it late the it TOP
be Commissioners day SOILSee
that more
might Lawyers
profit appro- year are: district signs, speaking i I the world, where the forests have
Charlie Gaskins, and Oscar Carter appeared. We prize our it
in Petty Cash Fund copy;
priate a contest, conservation tour Soil .!been destroyed, people have to hunt
i used the District's chopper. Wade is a wonderful history of the coun-
$14.42. Stewardship Sunday, booth at the I i for twigs and branches.
The city's Light and Water used the chopper in a low area ty and we'll)) bet that thousandsof i .
fair, and have a northeast area In Railroad's Suit Over Assessments
Fund showed an income of meeting. By setting up these goals I!I where he is going to plant clover : folks are reading .and enjoyingeveiv This week sat on the porch of BILL JACKSONJackson
Oscar used the chopper on word of it.
and of
186127.55 expenditures land I
for next year the Board hopes toj I Bob Crawford's home with him and Transfer
$182,089.17 for a profit of $4,038.38. i fence rows.Requests. j 4 t Company
move toward its basic goal, "The| Bradford County's Board of. enjoyed hearing him talk about

The real profit from the Light use of each acre of agriculturalland j i' for soil conservation\Commissioners agreed last week i property: is assessed at roughly 30( Joy has her pit-tin in it and the: farming years ago in that region Phone 165
end Water Fund shown in
was a within its capabilities and the : per> cent of its value. old gal is bragging about it tc all Seems that in those days every bit
$37,500 transfer from this accountto :1 farm plans were made by Mrs. J. not to hire special legal representation -
treatment of each acre of agricul-
the General City Fund. S. Eunice. J. S. Eunice Jr., Harold to defend the interest of i -
tural land in accordance with its I

The approximately $40,000 an- needs for protection and improvement i Eunice and L. R. Green. Leon Car- Bradford County in a suit filed by i j :::. : .: .--::-=2...:_ :,- '. -': 'Ik't' '-;,':..t'1: ; ;. -:_:;;: ';'.m-'::.:::: .:" :....:: _-.-:"': ', '._ -. ::_ ...:'._.: ': -: _:._ =__ .,
ter located the farm boundarieson
nual profit from the Light and
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railroads operating in Florida j
I Water Fund was a big factor in aerial photographs and made I
against all counties in which they
the city abolishing ad volorem To make the rotocycle mower requests for soil surveys for these j

taxes four years ago. This year usable on most all types of trac- !farms. own property. i i
most of this will be i The Commissioners' decision not
money ear- tors the Board recommended the i I
marked for repayment of bond purchase of a new coupling that A soil conservation farm plan to hire special representation came I Dodge has done l.

issues that are necessary for the would fit smaller power take offs. was prepared with T. A. Graves on as a result of a letter from At- j .
costly city improvements.Two To make the mower safer in op- his dairy Iocatc.l in the Sampson '
:
in'
torney General Richard Ervin
weeks ago the City Council eration guards are going to be City community. Mr. Graves is I
voted unanimously to adopt new planning on using Pensacola Ba- which he stated that his office ;
welded on the mower to stop ob- Flair-fashioned. and alive with I
property taxes to help meet general -I jects from being thrown out from hia and Coastal Bermuda for his would defend the interests of Brad- j beauty

expenses when the Light and under the mower. permanent pastures and white ford County in the suit, but he

Water Fund profit is tied up. clover on the class of land that is would not make a detailed study .
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In 1963 the city took in $110.- Soils maps have been received i suited for clover. of the county in order to get a'' "-"'"" ". ."..'"!' .?. w'1"- "I': -. -.',,.--r,' ",, ;'....n ", << N'. '
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true assessment between . "> >.+ : ,>" : "' .
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comparison : :'.;' +' ,.- ,' ',... .. ;{ : ,. y'
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I railroad property and other .. ", 'W ," 'i!' "'-' > i.?! J'>i>
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I taxable The railroads property.charge discrimina- i ,;, ._ ';.. s. :<. .,..}. :,, -;, ; k

? .:. a t ti _
s. tory tax assessments. They charge' 'j' i i
that the State Railroad and Tele- X; t
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graph Assessment Board assesses'i' .\ t/) r A S. _
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their property at 100 per cent '" :\\ /1) & .
value, while county tax assessors '
? rate all other property at far be-

low its true value. a x: .'
The Seaboard Air Line Railroadis y

1c\\ ti1-P the only railroad contesting
Bradford County taxes. The raIl-

road paid $9.666.87 in taxes without -

s xrA Ea protest last year but it paid
\' \ an additional 22252.53 under pro-

test. The Georgia and Southern _
Railroad is not protesting its as- -

%1\\\ \ sessment. 1
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i ._ I The Commissioners were advisedby &_
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; County Attorney Hollis V. I
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H ....r' I Knight that hiring a special counsel ___ _
by all of the counties in

,, 1 E I Florida would probably not aid in
% A!. DNF 1 the suit but would tend to delay

it while the attorneys collected fat
I fees. '
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He said the best course of action

I'j would be to rely on the senicesof

[ the Attorney General and de- .

pend upon a favorable verdict of ." .'.' ..._- .- : ,. .., ...

the court. New Podge Custom Royal V-8 4-Door Sedan with 183-hp Super Red Ram V-8 Engine-Extra-Powered to 193-hp. at slight extra cost.

The railroads brought suit following :
ca h C as M"nLeadership
a raise in their assessmentsby I

the State Railroad and Tele- '
graph Assessment Board for their' New55 DODGE
I at dealers !
1953 taxes. Seaboard has not paid i! your now

its 1954 taxes as yet. but County ..
Tax Collector J. R. Kelly presumes
Based} ConfidenceThroughout that they will pay most of their I
on current taxes under protest as For months the word has been getting around: "Dodgehas

done it! Wait and see!"
well.The
tax increase raised Sea- Now the new '55 Dodge is here and the promiseis

Alabama. Florida, Geor- ascribe to them only those qualities board's taxes in Bradford Countyby i fulfilled. You'll know it from your very first glimpse of
538814. When the railroad'
gia, Kentucky and Mississippi the they actually possess, and promise only brought suit it contested not only j its sleek silhouette-longer, lower, and far more beautiful

five southern states we serveStandardOil that performance they are capable of the increase, but a large share of J' than anyone dreamed!

products have enjoyed sales leader- delivering. taxes without that protest.it had paid previously Here is a car that captures the flair of the future in

ship for many years in ;? highly com- U you are not using Standard Oil products The railroads are basing their the bold forward thrust of its hood, in the sweep of its

petitive industry. j suits on a "spot check" of real rear deck and twin-jet taillights.
we invite you to try them. They
estate transactions in each
county. Here is a car that introduces the outlook in
new motorcar
its
We are convinced that sustained will demonstrate to you the economyand The railroads chose several property -

leadership is due to the Confidence of dependability which, have helpedto transactions in each county. I f ., styling, with a swept-back New Horizon windshield

our customers-confidence not only in keep them first in sales throughoutthe checked the assessment in relationto S; s that surrounds you in a glass cockpit.

the quality! of Standard pit products, area served by Standard Oil dealers. rived its at selling a percentage price, and of then assessment ar-- !, Here is the car of a hundred surprises, whose taut and

but also confidence in the service ren- value in relation to actual : 2 eager beauty is matched by exciting new developments

dered by those associated with us, and value. i I ? that put the future at your fingertips.
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By the figures used ia their -' f F 's' F Dodge has done it! See the
55
in the conduct of this Company's busi Bradford 4 new Dodge today.
County suit, the railroads i
ness claim that Bradford County >!

Your confidence is our greatest asset. STANDARD OIL COMPANY % r Dodge flashes ahead in '55 !

That's why, in offering products we ( KENTUCKY) Recent BirthMr. : 1 Dodge Dulea prtscnt:Diitny Tkomts*"Mik Room fat Daddy ABU-TV
I & Bert Parks i."Break Tilt Btnk." ABC-TV.Roy refer, NBC Rift.

and Mrs. Clifford Hunter of :

Waldo announce the birth of a I .
,
daughter on 'ov. 9 in the Starke


'ruly,a Southern Institution" W Maternity YOU'LL Hospital.LOVE the new Ester- I Hardy Brothers Motor Co.



brook purse-size fountain pens la 1
pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad
ford County Telegraph. DODGE PHONE 65 PLYMOUTH

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA &lD\NOVEMBER 19. 1951

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upon receipt of proof of publication weekly Issues. W. Eddy. 'ie'i: :tsMONEY. _: =- ._: --:.: _. .
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED in the YWCA USO, and of the notice, the fictitious Witness my hand and official seal MCTIOV 2Miio.VTITE no in
Special Services for the War De name of Dixie Motor Court & Res- I at Starke, Florida this 4 November 225: IWUIFOHII (C'OIT I I0.
taurant under which we are engagedin 1954 SKI No 17 High of "V>HJ S
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy \ partment. At the time of her appOintment business at Temple Ave. ([7. S. OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs That part of ....
she was teaching under 301) Starke. Fla. That the parties Clerk of said Court A parcel of land dtrsctibtt! .1- ,
interested in aid business are: I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I follows:
Ozora Johnson EditorJAAAAAAA1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjjiAAAi Dr. Jesse Woodham superintendent Newell B. Zepp and Eleana M. Zepp Chas. R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life'Commmi-e on the West side ..fKingsley

'I of public instruction, Pensa- Temple Ave., Starke, Fla. Dated I Eldg., Jacksonville, Florida. i Lake Road where tin-
'this 5th day of November A.D., 1954, 'Attys. for Plf U/5 4t 11, 26 i South line of Lot or Block 35 cro--,
I'ola. She is a national officer of'at Starke, Pradfoid County. Florida. es and run West :200! feet thence run .

the writer corner of Pine and Nov. 9 in all schools. Studentswere I Delta honor society, Sigma Rho Judicial Circuit Of Florida In And the West side of said Kingsley Lake ; For that help you need. see Marion
In and
la The County .Judjlprourt For Bradford Road thence South along the Westside '
Cpress Streets by Monday of each told that we, as a racial Sigma. social science fraternity Far Bradford ('ouat?-. Florida, County.Law No. 8021 of said Kingsley Lake Road Finance Co. Inc. at Gainesville

week if it is expected to appearin group, are especially fortunate to AME Church of IB Probate. {,BRADFORD COUNTY 200 feet being in Section 25, Town- ,
and Allen Those
Chapel ;IN RE: The ESTATE ".t S. L. a political subdivision of the hip 5 South, flange 22 East act'ord- friendly people are there, especially -
the paper on Thursday of that be citizens of Bradford County !Starke. She reports a good begin- (CHEWS also known as STAFFORD State of Florida. ing to East side Lawtey Subdn ision to help with cash those who in
installa- Petitioner, recorded in Plat Book 1. Page : are
week. where two magnificent L. CREWS. Deceased. as
) with the
in her work Negro
the ning OTICE TO CREDITORSAll YS. 6, Public Records of Bradford i need of 325.08 to $300.00 Monthly Budget
Queen ContestantsWho tions are being erected by schools of Bradford County. and creditors of the estate of S. W. H. EDDY et ai, County Florida, |, Loans

will be Miss RJE Elementary School Board for our children. We will also write up the news items L., also known as Stafford L. Crews Defendants.NOTICE lying West of and within 50 feet | on Payday 30 day Loans.
OF Ht'LE MSI line of State Road
I deceased are hereby notified and of the survey
and Miss RJE High? hope that all students will consider I of colored community each week. lequired to file any claims or de- \otlc Of Eminent Domain Pr__ "- 225, Section %2811 said survey line Call Marion Finance Co. and make your

The contest closes December 6, them as monuments conceived and She will appreciate your cooperation n-ands which they may have against lajl;.' THE AU- being described as follows: Begin- application. Then Come in and get the
BY ,
AND North line of Section
NAME ning the
that all the said estate in the office of the [N THE on
so be sure to help your favorite dedicated to the principle in turning in news Items of]!County Judge of Bradford County THORITY OF THE STATE OFT 25, Township 5 South, Range 22 East Cash in one trip.

win. children regardless of race color activities. Florida in the.Cpurthouse at Starke, FLORIDA at a point 701.7 feet Easterly from
contestant vari9us< I ". ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN the Norrtiwest corner of said St'cI I
schools. Florida, within eight (8) calendar The Credit
creed need good requirements
High School contestants are: or Birthday Owned months from the Sat of the first AND to all persons and tion 25. run thence South 24 degrees II are very
Emma Kelly. 9th Grade; Ruby Two Music Festivals publication of this Notice. Eaeh parties having or claiming any 21 min.. 29 rec. East a distance of liberalMARION.
Willetta Betty Wysinger was claim or demand must be in writingand right, title, interest estate. mort- 1445.89 feet to the South line of I \
Lee Hall 10th Grade; Annette Planned for Spring honored with a birthday celebra- must state the place of residence gage or other lien to or on those NW-4 of NWV at a point 1291 0 feet

Bryant 11th Grade; Jewel Scott. There will be two festivals this 14 at the. and post office address of the certain parcels of land situate In Easterly from the Southwest corner '
tion on Sunday, Nov. claimant and must be sworn to by Bradford County, Florida and here- of the NWU of NWV of said FINANCE COMPANY
12th Grade. spring in which Bradford County |home of her parents. The entire the claimant his agent or his attorney matter described and the following Section :25.Containing! .
Elementary School contestantsare schools will participate. The Dis- invited and or it will become void according persons together with all unknown 0.459 acres, more or less '
2nd Grade of RJE was to law. claiming by. through or under IS OWNED BY: J. J. Smith and wife
: Gwendolyn Marshall Mary trict Two Music Festivals of the of the first graders also. All persons known persons who- are dead, or Elizabeth Smith. I 218 West University Ave.
many This the 20 day of October, A.D.,
Helen White, Zeddie Mae Graham, Florida Teachers Assn. will be heldon I time. who are not known to be dead oralive SUBJECT TO: First mortgage held Phone 5333; ; ;
reported a delightful p 0 Box 446
Starke
1954.Signed by N. L. Knight Florida, :
7th and 8th Apr. 2, at Florida ) Murlie SLCrews. :
Saturday,
and Ophelia Tyson. Church News Administratrix of the Estate of Defendants: Second mortgage held by Town Finance i Gainesville W

Grades; Louretha Days and Naomi Normal & Industrial Memorial Antioch Baptist: On Sunday. S. L. Crews also known as W. H. Eddy. Company of Gainesville. Flor.I

Jackson. 6th Grade; Mary Mc- College. St. Augustine. All elementary Nov. 21 at 4 p.m. there will be a First Stafford publication L. Crews.on October Deceased.29, !"54. Gainesville Route 1, Box Florida 52-A, address ida.!SRI \o. 25: Right of May 6,,:::, --=--_:-=--, ::' 4:", st' ::,':: :. ..-___-_ LR: :=:

Bride and Evelyn Young 5th junior high and senior Bible discussion at the home of Lou 10/29 4t 11/19 J. W. Eddy, whose residence and That part of: I

Grade; Gloria Cummings, Bettie high choruses, glee clubs or en- Lincoln City. Refreshments is unknown and address West one-half (W%) of NW"- .
Iza Brown, J. J. Smith, whose residence of SEU of XW,. Section 25, .
Crum. and Perca Lee Hood. 4th sembles are invited to take part. will be served and the gen- la Circuit Court. Bradford County is unknown residenceand Township 5 South. Range! 22 :

Grade; Delores Slocum, Sylvia The State Music Festival will be is invited. Florida In Chancery. Elizabeth Smith whose East.! LESS AND EXCEPT thr .
eral public Donald II I.ane, Plaintiff vs. Barbara address is unknownN. South 190 feet thereof.
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Ford. Bobbie Hankerson, and Bob held in Tallahassee on April 30. New Bethel Baptist: Choir No. I V. Lane. Defendant L. Knight lying each side of and within 50 I SEE DEMONSTRATION' ALL DAY

bie Jean Martin. 3rd Grade; Betty As president of District Two Choral -I sing in Gainesville Sunday "n..5",asv &n.",. A fI'v--r,01 Starke. Florida foot fit" tha ttlirvav tin.. nf' -S\t3to'
,,2'till Order Of Publlratlou And Notice 'lo Town Finance Company, Road 225; Section %8iC said survey 1 1
Jean French l-2nd Grades No. 2 I Music Earle E. Minott urgesall I
; afternoon. All members arc askedto Appear State Of Florida Tot :Gainesville, Florida line being described as follows:
Wilhelenla Blye. Mae Rena Hamp schools to participate in both be ready to leave on time. I Barbara V. Lane whose residenceand 'Ollie Mae Williams a minor ginning on the South line of RP-I j FRIDAY NOV. 19 AT OUR STORE
for address is: 800 50th St.. Capitol Law-fey. Florida of NW\4 of Section 25, Township 5
column I
this I
Marshall :Marion !festivals. Watch
ton.
Jacqueline Allen Chapel AME: We welcomeRev. 'Heights, Maryland.You Oscar LeRoy Williams, a minor South, Range 22 East at a point ,

Jenkins, Emma Lee Hall and Mary further announcements of local Demps a successful tenure. 1 are required to appear on Lawtey. Florida minor 1291.0 feet Easterly from the South-!

Alice Morris 1st Grade Group 1. music features in the near future. conference where he made a round I Nov. 29, 1954. in the above named Doris Williams.Florida a west corner of the NW 4 of NWi4 i,
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Lawtey of Section 25, Township 5 South i Free Application of ApplikayWith
cero SchoolsParticipate All parents are urged to buy work II report for the church and was reassigned seeks divorce. Clemantine"IllIams, .a olaor, I Range 22 East run them South 24

In FairA books for music. Each child is expected to this station by Bishop Bradford County Telegraph shall Lawtey Florida Williams, a minor, degrees, 21 min.. 29 sec. East a distance
I Edna Belle of 1444.98 feet to the South .
publish this Order in next four Each Purchase of Materials Made On This DateIT'S
group of 100 students from to have a "Music Fun Carey Gibbs. We wish fqr him a weekly issues. I Lawtey Florida minor, I: line of SEJi of XW\' of said Section -
I
Williams, a
Rudolph 25 at 565.2:!
feet
a point Easterly
:Book. Witness my hand and official seal -
the Wateroak School, Maybelle most successful year. Lawtey. FloridaAlbert
from the
at Starke, Florida, this 25 October, I Southwest corner of
Roberts principal, visited the PTA Chit Chat Mount Moriah M.E.: Bishop 1954. Smith.Lawtey. 'the SE>4 of NW 4 of said Section 25. S
Florida C
LOS:! -
County Fair and saw the more The.RJE Parent Teacher Assn. Bowen of the Methodist Episcopal (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Eula Belle Smith. Containing IS OWNED BY: Ollie acre Mae more Williams.or less.

than 100 specimens on display by holds regular meetings the first Church selected Rev. W. Demps to Marian L.As Crosby.Clerk of Deputy said Courtly Clerk The Lawtey unknown, Florida helps, devisees grantees ''a minor, Oscar Leroy Williams a .

the schools. The children were Wednesday of each month with replace Rev. Mitchell, who was Chas R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life lienors. creditors and other claimants rlcmantinp minor Doris Williams'Williams, a a minor minor.

chaperoned by their teachers, Sophia Rozal president. The waist sent to Lake City. We will miss Bldg., Jacksonville, Florida. : by, through, under or against Rosell Williams, a minor Otto Williams -
for P1!. deceased.
Attys. 4t
10/29 11/19 Bill Jenkins,
Irene Jelson and Rachel Donald. line rally was a big success at the Rev. Mitchell as we did Rev. I Rosell Williams, a minor. I ILawtt'y. .a minor, a,minor Rudolph, Edna Williams Belle Williams a minor,

Community Meeting i last meeting. All parents and Blount and others, but wish for : NOTICE TO APPEAR Florida I leach owning an undivided one-ninth
IB Circuit Court Bradford minor,
CountyFlorldai Otto Williams
Scheduled<< at New River teachers are urged to attend the Rev. Demps a successful tenure IB Chaacerr. Lawtev, Florida having merest acquired in said the lands one-ninth(The State interest -

All principals and teachers of December meeting and take partin Lyliane Schulman Lampert Plaintiff n'TIO'i911 STATE RO\D of Esther Mae Williams).
"We Thank Thee"
I Samuel R. '' COr.NTY
: vs. Lampert. Defendant. S-::.5 BIMUFOIin
Bradford County Negro Schools the guessing game in charge of of SUBJECT TO: Mortgage held by N.
As we approach the Thanksgiving Case Xo. 10-739 SliD No. 3 Right Way L Knight.
will participate in special after- !program committee chairman Notice To Appear That part of:
season there are many things 29 SlID .No. 47-R Dralnner Ditch -I
To: Samuel R. Lampert, whose (a) SWV4 of SEH of Section ,
noon services at the Methodist .Mary Royal.Engagement.. for which we should be thankful, residence and address is: 37 Foul- Township 7 South, Range 21 Lateral Ditch Left of Station 27 .

Church in New River Sunday, : den Road, Stoke Newington, Lon- East plus QUi (Part)
but as a racial group we should don N 16, England.You (b) NW& of NEH of Section 32, That part of: "
Nov. 21, at 3 p. m. These programsare Prof. and :Mrs. A. O. Jenkins Sr. thank the editor of The Telegraphfor are hereby notified nat a Township 7 South. Range 21 The West 126 feet of the East I

designed to improve school announce the engagement of their chance to in this suit for East 156 feet of the South 100 feet of I
I a participate Divorce and restoration of maiden LESS and EXCEPT South 175 Block 17, East of Railroad. Town I
community relationships. The first daughter Maurice to McCoy J. great American enterprise that name yards (525:! feet of East 175 of Lawtey Florida as rt'cord-I
was held at has been filed against in the (525:! feet) thereof, ed in Plat Book
program Lawtey on I White of Marianna. The bridetobe has lived for three-quarters of a you yards 1. Page 6. Public i irl''ords
above named Court and and within 40
cause and lying each side of of Bradford County
Oct 10. Earle Minott, Music is a recent graduate of FloridaA century. We look forward to the you are required to serve a copy of feet of the survey line of State Road Florida. :

Specialist, will have charge of the & M and holds a master of Centennial of this fine journal. We your answer or pleading to the S-225 Section 2859 said survey line lying each side of and within 20 feet : ; /
music while Ozora R. Johnson complaint on the PlalntlfrlAttornt'y being described as follows: of a Lateral Ditch centerline. ,..aldcentl'rline ; C NEW...
science in education
She
degree. realize that we have come up from T. Frank Landrum. (a) Beginning on the North line of being described as follows I
Supervisor of Negro schools, will is a member of Zeta Phi Beta so- slavery "over a that with Starke. Florida Section 32. Township 7 South. Range : w IT'S EXCITING.
be the speaker. These meetingswill : way and file the original in the officeof 21 East at a point 1618.2 feet West- Commencing on the East line of ,. ..
rority and is currently teaching6th tears has been watered," and we the Clerk of the Circuit Court on erly from the Northeast corner of Section 23. Township 5 South, Range I

be held every six weeks In and 7th grades at RJE elementary are always interested in trying to or before the 29 day of November, said Section 12. run thence South 22 East at a point 556.1: feet Northerly .'i IT'S THE FASHION,.
each of our school communities.The school. The will 1954; otherwise the allegation of 1 2 degrees, 45 mm., 57 I'ec.est from the Southeast corner of
wedding make our contribution. We deeply said Complaint will be taken as 645. 7 feet to the beginning of ft said Section 23, run thence North :
Bradford County Teachers take place on Saturday Dec. 25, appreciate the opportunity to serve confessed by you. curve concave to the Northwest. havIng 71 degrees 39 min.., 29 sec. West
Assn. r C. Anderson This notice shall be published a radius! of 1909.86 feet, run 562.68 feet to the Point of Teginning I
president, at New Bethel Baptist Church
all readers of The Telegraph. We once e tch week for tour consecutive thence Southwesterly along said of Ditch Centerline, run thence
Is responsible for this plan for Rev. A. Vincent officiating. will be glad to help you find weeks m the Bradford County Tele- curve through a total central angleof North 19 degrees, 55 min.. 31 sec. I t tIt's
better school-community relation. graph 6 degrees, 41 n>in. a distance of East 2170 feet run thence North .
New Supervisor your community helpers such as Dated this 27 day of October. 1954. 122.78 feet to the end of said curve 18 degrees:, 59 min., 31 sec. East 473
ships. At the regular meeting of the cooks, maids yard men, and per- OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darbj run thence South 19 degrees 26 min. feet to the end of said Ditch
Clerk of the Circuit Court 57 sec. West 270.52 feet more or less Containing 0.092 acres more or less. 'v
Free Chest X-Ray School Board in August, County sons available for other services. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy ClerkS to the THREAD of the SANTA FE IS OWNED BY: Albert Smith and rolls lovely painted designs on

For AU, 15 or Older Superintendent Morgan recom- We thank you for allowing us to 10/29 4t 11/19 RIVER (South line of Bradford Kula Belle Smith and the unknown your

Have chest x-rayed at the be of the County North line of Alachua heirs devisees, grantees, lienors, _*
your mended Ozora R. Johnson for the a part organizational NOTICE TO APPEAR reditors and
County), and other claimants by
following time and place to suit position of Supervisor of Negro structure of this great instrumentof In Circuit Court. Bradford C01lat,.. (b) Beginning on the South line through, under or againM Bill Jen- Super'Kern-Tone Walls !
Florida I I. Cbanrery.Dorothy of Section 29, Township 7 South kins. deceased.
convenience. The life
School She the democracy The Bradford
your to
you comes county -
Ella
Walker. Plaintiff vs. Range 21 East at a point 1618.2: TAKE NOTICE That a Declaration
save may be your own! highly qualified for the position. County Telegraph. Claude W. Walker. Defendant.Case ft'etesterly from the Southeast of Taking has been filed in the

Reno Theatre Nov. 19, 1 to 4 having had experience in super- No. 10-751 corner of said Section 29. run thence above styled cause by the petitioner like magic! With a special iiif'Rnewllerandnewsensationai ,
Notlre To Appear North 12 degrees, 45 min., 57 sec. the acquiring authority of these
p. m.; :5 to 8 p. m. vision in Broward County, Florida THE RIGHT POINT for the To Claude '\". Walker, whose East 669.54 feet to the beginning proceedings, of the taking of the
Roberts Store Nov. 18 sidence and address is: Unknown of a curve concave to the Northwest above described lands. for the
Lawtey, and Lee County, N. C. She holds purpose roll
way you write. Come In and select Yira are hereby notified that a having a radius of 3437.75 feet, run set forth in the petition in Applikay you can lovely
12 to3p.m.; 4to7p.m. a B.A. degree from Morris Brown your favorite ESTERBROOK suit for thence Northeasterly along said '' this cause viz: right of way, drain shimmering designs on your

Brooker, Colson's Store, Nov. 20: College, Atlanta, graduating with Divorce custody and control of curve through a total central angleof I age ditches borrow pits, borrow pit
Fountain Pen. Only $2.37 at minor child 11 degrees :2!$ min. a distance of : drains and haul roads for a portionof freshly painted Super Kem
10 a. m. to ip. m.: 2 to 5 p. m. high honors; a Master of Education BRADFORD COUNTY TELE- I has been filed against you In .he 688.0 feet to the end of said curve State Roads Nos. 225 and S-225 in

Hampton, Home's Store, Nov. degree from Temple Univer- !I above named Court and cause and run thence North 01 degrees, 17 Bradford County, Fla., and that one Tone walls. $' $ ,
you are required to serve a copy of min., 57 sec East 1305.26 feet run fIOf the Judges of the Circuit Court in And such a variety of effects >
23; l2to3p.rn.; 4to7p.m. sity, Philadelphia, Pa., and further your answer or pleading to the hence: North 0 degrees, 01 min., 31 I the Eighth Judicial Circuit of a- OAlj

American Education graduate study at the Universityof NOTICE OV I>TE\TIO\ TO complaint on the Plaintiffs sec. East 1.93 feet to the North line Florida will on the 8th day of November is possible! With the choice of DEEP COIOIS
Week Observed REGISTER FICTITIOUS XAME Attorney T. Frank Landrum, of PEV4 of Section :29! Township 1 A.D.. 1954 at 10:00 o'clockin $369
Indiana, Bloomington, Ind. She Notice is hereby given that the Starke, Florida South, flange 21 East at a point the forenoon thereof in Circuit enchanting Applikay designs QT. $5.69

The parade of progress in has taught in elementary, junior, undersigned, under the provisions of the and Clerk file the of original the Circuit in the Court office of 1291.8 feet Westerly from the Northeast Court Chambers in Bradford County and the iridescent Applikay I

American Education was high and senior high schools and co-! Chapter :20.953! Laws of Florida. before the 6 on corner of SEi; of said Section Court House at Starke Florida.
or day of Dee., 1954:
colors create countless different effects
Arts of 1941, will register with the otherwise 29, consider said Declaration of Taking you can design to
lighted by principals, teachers, and 1 leges and has directed many work- Clerk of the Circuit Court in and the allegations' of said Containing 0.721:! acres more or less, appoint appraisers and make
It's
individualize walls.
Complaint will fast. and
be taken as confess- exclusive of existing road right of such order as the Court deems your easy : washable!
td by ..
\- ____ n_ ---, This yo notice shall be published way. proper. All parties to the suit and Less than a quart of Applikay is enough for the average
IS OWNED BY: W. H. Eddy and J. all parties interested may appear
L once weeks each In the week Bradford for four consecutive W. Eddy. and be heard at the time and place '. room and it's every bit as washable as Super Kern-Tone;
County Tele. Mil) No. 17 Right flf designated.
Way
graph A parcel of land in SW 4 of SEVt Yon and each of you, are here See our Applikay Design Selector for 67 new ideas in
'Dated
this 3
1954. day of November, of Section 29, Township 7 South, by commanded to appear by filingan decorating see how the lovely Applikay designs
Range 21 East described by answer to the petition hereto-
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby and bounds follows shimmer and change with the of view.1V I
metes as : fore filed in this cause: in the en- angle .
Clerk of
the
Circuit
Court
Commencing on (he South line of titled Court on or before the 29th
By Marian L.
Crosby. Deputy Clerk said Section 29 at a point 1613.2: feet day of November, 1954, to show
_______ 11/5 4t 11/26 Westerly from the Southeast corner what right title. Interest or liens
NOTICE TO APPEAR of said Section 29, run thence you. or any of you. have in and to
IB Circuit North 12 degrees, 45 mm., 57 sec. any of the above described lands
Court. Bradford Coaaty.Florldat ,
IB East 410.93 feet run thence South and show cause why the same
Chancery
Lawrence Henry Gal las.: Plaintiff, 77 degrees, 14 min., 03: sec. East 40 should not be taken for the uses T ARK&BUILDtRS. I
vs. Patricia Oalla.s, Defendant. feet to the POINT OF BEGINNINGof and purposes set forth in the peti-
..J Case No. 10-750 the parcel of land hereinafter described tion filed herein. "
Notice To Appear. run thence North 12 degrees, WITNESS my hand and this seal '
To: Patricia (iallas, whose residence 45: min.. 57 sec. East 100 feet run of said Court on this 27th day of SUPPLIES 1
J and address iM: 8316 Kingston thence South 77 degrees, 14 min.. 03 October. A.D., !!54. .
m WHITER DOM'r8E. WARM. Avenue, Chicago 17, Illinois sec. East 20 feet, run thence South 5.AL. (] &
You 12 degrees 45 min., 57 sec. West (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby At DEPOT" /, 4S ,
\ suit for are hereby notified that a 100 feet run thEnceorth 77 degrees Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford -

14 min., 03 sec. West 20 feetto I County Florida.
J .. Divorce H.llis V Knight, County Attorney,
the Point of Beginning,
S ( '" baa been filed against you In the !
above named Court Containing 0.046 acres more or less. Starke. Florida. 10/23 4t 11/19
and cause and i
., you are reQuired to serve a CODV ut i C- \ ,
.. jour answer or pleading tothe -
complaint on the PlaintiffsAttorneys
.. Dandelake, Dawson &

OIL Scott, 106 Smith Building, Jacksonville -

Florida. '
and file the original In the office I.
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor
BE RhL1 before the I
6 day of December. 1954;
otherwise salt
.I! tne allegations IT
Complaint wilt be taken a* confessed -
by you.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four consecutive -
weeks in the Bradford County
\ rele raph. \
Dated this 3 day of Noember
1954. ,
7 OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby \

Clerk of the Circuit Court I ,
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk \

Ii 11/5 4t 11/26:!
,

NOTICE TO APPEIR
!
Ifm Circuit Coort, Bradford C.uat7Fleridas
_
i
la Chaieery.
_
[Joyce Anne Sams Plaintiff, vs. Roscoe -I

-t-.i-_ F-. ..- .. J. Sams, Defendant. \
__ Case No. 10-745;
Sleek new Oil House Heating Systems heat \'otlcoe To Appear.To .
,
Ros<-oc J. Same, whose resi- \
ime and address is: Unknown
entire homes from locations under
tuck-away
You are hereby notified that a I I IT \ 1. :

floors walls halls '! suit for I ,fr' __e t
in and closets! ...effortless... I Divorce z4
I has been filed against you in the (

automatic! Inexpensive Kerosene models can 1 above named Court and cause and ,

you are required to serve a copy of p

be moved in..lit up in a jiffy. There's an Oil .' '; I i! your answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading to Attorney the complaint ,

.HolfwQ meClWf lik.tryint 10 heal 1. Lloyd Bass 302 Clark Building,
Heating for and r- \
answer every'home budget i Jacksonville, Florida,
POT WIth, .lectriC heaters
pOt or rong.s,
I and file the original in the office of
..to save you money, guard your health, and or. ve"l..peNi....._,r.olly ..p YQ" I the Clerk of the Circuit Court om ; t tI
.
"o".may overlggd yos .lectric ly1tem or before the i day of December, S-T

keep you wonderfully warm! SEE YOUR r-cone.ee"blocilOllt. Nighbomoodl 1954; otherwise the allegations of \
said Complaint will be
taken
as confessed -
To rtduc cost..OIId ncrea* comfort... I

DEALER/ NOW MIA HOMU WITH OIL This by notice TOU. shall be published ,

>\ '_ onee each week for four consecutive : ,
weeks in the Bradford County Tele I
graph. (

\ Dated this 30 day of October 1954. __
Cur Q\\\ oEWffij 01' ,. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby f
\ Clerk of the Circuit Court (
$ T.\\\\ .b.Of I leT Marian L. Crotby. Deputy! Clerk

T"fNCREME COW .-. ,i 11,5 4t 11/26 1

:1 I. Circuit Court, Bradford County, SS
S
_
Florida In Chancery. -' a'4 __ S
'! Helen B. Graff. Plaintiff vs. Gary \ ; ,
r: yogV. OM cf the 100,000 ws. .._1LS -. Allen Graft, Defendant. ) .{
: I S S S S S .. SfloM.o.n _
S ...... okeQdy bQII =\ I I Case No. 10-755 ,, _
heal/lg& 'D' < Order Of Publication And .Notice To \
t I I Appear Mate Of Florida Toi ; ; _
B Check your kegter owf. '. : Gary Allen Graff, whose residenceand # I
i ; address is: Canandaiuga, New ,

ft fuel FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY York. t
U I ":.Jfor.Wl: : f You are required to appear on S ,
\ --- ---AlII -.... December 6. 1S54. in the above named -
---'r.Jl ,
& -
_., | Court and cause, wherein plaintiff .- S
h Ij.
seeks
L i I divorce and restoration i
.. __ |lot former name. STEWART, JORDAN & CO.
S -- BradIora.ounty -.telegraph shall \

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iAAAAA&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&Sunday School. Lacy at 10 Norman am each


Sunday, Worship Service at 11 a. HOMECOMING GAME TONITE

m. and 6:30 p. m. each Sunday
Teacher's meeting each Wednes-

day at 6:30: p. m., and prayer
itrvice each Wednesday at 7:30p.

m. Choir practice each Fridayat
7-30 p. m. Pastor E. C. Harveyand
J. A. Eunice, superintendentof
Sunday School.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith and

daughter, Shirley, were dinner
guests at the Crosby home in Long

Branch.Mrs. J. D. Boone of Jackson- L
BRADFORD Nov. 19th
ville Homer spent Smiths.the weekend with the Friday,

Evelyn Norman of Jacksonville .t Y'
spent the weekend home with ,
: '
f)
friends and relatives. .
Leonard Norman has been working M :

near Folkston, Ga., for the

past Ellen week.and Sarah'Norman were PARK 8:00: Po M.

in Lake City last week on business.
The Richard Sapps of Green

Cove Springs spent Thursday with .
the Lacey Normans. Lacey Nor-
man was in Green Cove Springs

Thursday.Mrs. ,
Homer Smith and Clara
Boone were in Green Cove Springslast i
Tuesday on business.
The Lacey Normans are gettinga
deep well dug this week.
wish to express our many
We
the W. M. U. ladies,I
to
thanks
and all others for the love ands I
during Tornadoes Green Cove
kindness they expressed :


father Family.the Mr death,and G.of Mrs.N.our Norman.John father Bennett and" ,-grand-The andfamily I: vs.


of Lawtey visited the Lacey

Normans Thursday.
Mrs. E. C. Harvey was in Jack-

sonville Friday on business.E. .
C Harvey made several tripsto

week.Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. during Leonard the Norman past ADMISSION Adults $1.00High School Students 50c Elementary School Students 25c .


were m Jacksonville Friday.
Frank Herndon is working in

Palatka.
Murray Grisham was baptized
Sunday at Crosby Lake. I


man Mr.Happy, Nov.and birthday 13.Mrs. Burton to John Corithers Nor-I. t HOME GAMES OUT OF TOWN GAMES

of Jacksonville visited the Marrs: I hl

Sunday s

son Mr., Joseph and Mrs., of Dick Heilbronn Starling were and I .' September 17 -- Macclenny 0 .. Starke 19 September 24 St. Leo 0 .. Starke 25

friends and relatives Sun- \
visiting I October 8 -- P. K. Yonge 12 Starke 20
day.Zettie Padgett is spending some October 1 .- Palatka 7 -- Starke 0

time at Heilbronn with Mrs. Star-! October 15 New Smyrna 19 Starke 41 fjf


ling.Bill Pendarvis. Sunday School):i! October 22 .. Lake City 25 Starke 0 November 12 Ketterlinus 33 -- Starke 0
teacher for the junior ooys, took I

his class on a surprise weiner I November 5 .. Seabreeze 6.. Starke 14

roast Saturday while they stud- November 24 .. Fernandina FernandinaMow
ied the lesson. November 19 .- Green Cove In Starke
The ladies of the W. M. S. met
o
Tuesday night at the Ebenezer
church with a study of the manual
by Miss Josephine Johns.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Marr of
Mims weekend of the
were guests
Marrs. Bring Home the Bacon, Boys! 'Em Down, Tornadoes Support the Tornadoes with your presence

O. W. Marr, while visiting here,
also visited Percy Lee, who is a KOCH DRUG STORE Central Fla. Gas & Appliance Co. Torode Chevrolet Co. .
patient with a serious throat ail-
ment at the Lake City Veteran's
Hospital. He is the nephew of O.
W and Joe Marr, and he use to Compliments of
live here. Go Get 'Em, Tornadoes Best Wishes From

Starke Hardware Co.

CAM FOR BinS I WILLIAMS JEWELRY Florida Power & Light Co.
GOODS
Healed bids will be received by the SPORTING
City Council of the City of Starke,
at the City Hall in Starke, Florida,
until 7:30 I'.M. on Tuesday, November a
30, 1954, at which time and
place all bids received will be publicly SuppQrt the Tornadoes with :your presence Support the Tornadoes with your presenceR Let's Support the TornadoesR.
opened and read aloud, on the

following One crane: mounted on a 6x6 carrier ROBERTS JEWELRY B. Alvarez & Son
D. Reddish &
Son
.
capable of handling six tons DairyBest

hoist as a, craue.adjustable Independent hook rollers,boom and "Your Friendly Jeweler" TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. .
machine cut gear, power up and
power down. Fully equipped for
clam and dragline operation. A
25 foot boom and 3/8 cubic yard Wishes to the Team
capacity drag bucket and 3/8 cubic Everybody Out For Tonight's Game!
yard capacity clam shell bucket Best Wishes Of

Tab. Crane equipped engine with gasoline safetyglttHB. op DAVE PAULK Conner Bros. Insurance Agency

equipped erated. Crane with a Carrier gasoline shall engine be C. H. Driggers Furniture Co.
having a cubic inch displacementof Heavy Equipment Rental
not lese than 270 with full (111Yo'h..l -
drive, five speed transmission -
dual range giving 10 speeds Support the Tornadoes with your presence
forward two in reverse. Equipped 1
with 10 8.5x20 mud grip tires. Compliments of Best Wishes Of !,
Cab
to be over-engine
design with
safety glasg and adjustable seats. Thomas Truck Terminal & Garage !

The ladder said shall City state reserves delivery the date.right Starke Builders SupplyWe're Edwards Grocery & Market ,f
to accept or reject any or all bids.
City of Starke, Florida !
Dy; Carl Johns, City Clerk.
11 U 3t I
11/26
/ !
--: o Best Wishes From .
!. Circuit NOTICE C.oH.TO Bradford APPEAR C...tr I Proud To Be Tornado Boosters! Best Wishes to the Team ;

Joseph FlorU.t Laporte I. Ckaaeery., Plaintiff vs. Bern- Charley E. Johns & Son Denmark Furniture Co.
adette Laporte, Defendant. LAWSONS MARKET Agency
Case No. 10-759 ,
N.!!cot T* '....,. General Insurance
To: KVrnadette Laporte, whose
reiiidence and address is: No. 1,
North Grofnenordale. Connecticut. ... GEM JEWELRYThe
You are hereby notified that a Come on out and boost our team
suit for
Divorce Compliments of House Of Fine Diamonds
has been filed against you In the GUIDON GRILLEat
above named Court and cause and Starke's Leading
Jewelry
you are required to serve a copy of New
Method Cleaners
your answer or pleading to the com- At The Best, Forget The RestLet's
plaint on the Plalntiffe Attorney
T. Frank Landrum, Starke
Florida, I Best Wishes Team
and file the original In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Fill the Stands for Tonight's GameS.
before the U day of December 1954: Best Wishes to the Team
otherwise" the allegations of said Brownlee & Chasteen
Complaint will be taken as confessed R Johns' Grocery
by you. Faulkners --
Service Station
This notice shall be publishedonce
each week for four consecu. .
live ""t'el; m the Bradford County
TeUgrapn.
Dated this 8 day of November. Compliments of
19U. Best Wishes From -
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Best Wishes Team
Clerk of the Circuit Court Hart
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Barksdale's Dept StoreBe Furniture Co.
11/12 4t 12/3 The WASHETERIAOnward


ALL TlrES OF I
present tonight to cheer our boys to Best Wishes Of
PEST CONTROL
Victory Tornadoes!
._ Dixie Motor Court '& RestaurantBest
-"
TERMITES Simpson-Urquhart PontiacA G. S. "Gib" Browns Service Sta.
Household Commercial

I GROVE SPRAYINGCall

for estimate Good Team Like the Tornadoes 9 Wishes Team

Florida Pest Control Closed Tonight-we've gone to the Game!
I Deserves Your
Support
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, XOVE3IBER 19, 1934nme.nm..m.n.n
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Mr. and :Mrs.L. II.Jack FutchAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Brassell AAAAAA and Win A


small daughter,Peggy Lee, returned TurkeyFor
to Virginia last week after
having spent several days herewith
Mrs. Brassell's parents, Mr.

and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright. Other ,
guests of the Wainwrights during
this time included Mr. and Mrs. .
James Wainwright and babies of

Melbourne, and Mrs. Alice Lang-
ford of Lake Butler.
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Rutland of

Gainesville were dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Cumbee Sun- THANKSGIVING Dinner

day of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and

children Danny and Ola Mae,
were dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Leslie Phillips of Gainesville

Sunday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts ,
spent Sunday with relatives in De


visiting land.nie, in St.They Mr.George Roberts'were, Ga.also brother recently, Lon- Read The Rules How To Win%


Mrs. Mae Wells was in Crescent

City during the weekend where .
she attended a District PostMasters Any reader of the Telegraph is Each space below representssome

Convention.Mrs. eligible to enter this contest, prominent business firmor
S. C. Harley and Mrs.
Shirley Gaskins and small daughter and the first three persons sub- person of this city. Take the

of Heilbronn spent the day as
guests of Mrs. A. H. Harley Thurs- mitting the correct or nearest 1 scrambled letters and arrange

day of last week. .
correct answers will be awarded them to spell the firm name
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelley and kv

son Wendell, were in Lakeland big fat turkeys for Thanksgiving. correctly. Then write a brief
Sunday visiting another son, David,
a student at Florida Southern Col- In order to be fair with our article on the subject "Why I


lege.Miss Betty Durban of Jackson- subscribers who get their papers s Intend To Shop At Home

ville and her cousin, Miss Karen "
This Christmas. Do
through the mail, no answer not exceed -
McQuinn, of Lake Butler, spent

the weekend with Betty's parents, will be considered from anyone 100 words. It is permiss-
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban.Mr. .
and Mrs. Frank Sweat of buying a copy of the Telegraphin able to use this advertisementor
Jacksonville were weekend guests
(.f Mrs. Sweat's parents, Mr. and our office before 6 o'clock r wd f a separate sheet of paper for

Mrs. C. F. Carter.
Thursday November 18. your answers. Winners will be
Mrs. C. A. McSwain and sons.

Ronnie and Donnie, accompaniedby Winners of Turkology Con notified by mail and turkeys
Mrs. Ruth Jones and daughter,
Jackie, spent last week with rela- tests in the previous 5 years will be presented :Monday, November
tives in Ft. Pierce.
'Tis a boy, Paul Winter, for the will not be eligible for prizes in 22. The correct solutionto
Rev. and Mrs. Winter
of
Giddings
the puzzles will be publishedin
LaGrange, Illinois. Rev. Giddingswill the current contest.

be remembered as a former our next issue.nwse&rbhelceotena.
pastor of t'.ie; local Method
Church.
Mrs. L. H. Futch is happy to
be out again and back on the

;ob after being confined at homeor I


nfection.a City week regular Election suffering city election ComingThe from a will virus be 3 TURKEYS GIVEN A WAY Start Now I


.eld on December 7th, accordingj I
the announcement by Mayor
>huford. The following officials

jre to be chosen: -- __ ____ _______m___u_____
One mayor for a term of one

year.
One marshall for a term of one

year.One city clerk for a term of one .

year.Two dmonwonapytorecasrmrnumanafeydetnpumiocrrk wpkaremyesonratrahdacsireatnosetswretteocsuaao
councilmen for a term of
two years each.

Also two councilmen for a termof -- --
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one year each to fill the unex-
pired terms of Winton Parrish and

James Waters who have resigned. rcgoj.roryn.shes
According to Mayor Shuford's

proclamation, candidates for these

offices have until Saturday noon, __ _n_ ______
November 20, to qualify with the
city clerk to 'get their names printed -
on the ballot. At the time of
this "writing the following have ntnewesuerosa usnrncescryaribengconeona ercelwcrcseilvetslietesarewtehiah

announced:

For mayor, C. R. Shuford is (
reelection.For .
seeking --- ----- -
clerk Mrs. Ethel Reddish is

seeking marshall reelection.For D.. B. Thomas is acejit.erc&vh.shbosddp io\vr-osrdababetebeyL

seeking reelection and Winton
Parrish is also asking for the job.

Milo Smith is seeking the council ____ _____
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seat for one of the unexpired

terms. .
Councilmen whose terms expirein
December are L. P. Rafuse and houkdescogtrr lewyilajmiwlesryes6riaes6rhrvc' rvtcbnstsnweoriagsioe'ib

H.,C. Kelley. Kelley is chairmanof
the present council.
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&OTICF. TO APPEAH
!. Circuit Court Bradford County.Floridai .
In Cfcanrrry.Alice .
Edwards Karnes, vs. Alfred Iec.cwa.hlgayn
Grant Karnes., Defendant. modrtmcyerasronoyrhhoptab
Case N). 10-T5!
kotire To AppearTo
: Alfred Grant Karnes, whose
,
residence and address is: Route 3, __
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Crab Orchard, Kentucky.
You are hereby notified that a

ifllt Divorce for and restoration of former wecnemodsnbetlaer
name __ atfrba&rzonersenassndotagrarevlyanerutnomtnpciwrosrancco imcutrrenathafropyun
has been filed against you In the
above named Court and cause and
you are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading t"the complaint .
on the Plaintiff's Attorney
T. Frank Landrum Starke, Florida -

and file the' original In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on mtalprstkdreabsnasorede'te Izbesvl.erarentcra.sdveiatoi(
or before the C day of December, )
1)54; otherwise the allegations of
aid Complaint will be taken as
confessed by you.
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This notice shall be published
once each week for four consecu-
tive weeks In the Bradford County

Telegraph U54.Dated this 3 day of November eas8erlazv9otls.et4r lono&ecnaeaysgyehjrhscn. pnoypel'gesasmahica

(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By Uarian, L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
11/5 4t 11/ 6
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OTICE TO APPEAR
Im Circuit Court Bradford C.uatr. .
Floridai la Ckaarrry. qnoc-msaputusintrhiraop pnc.ga.gfise4mgjipe.lcr.aglercy&oimnryvtsioatigkalree dea&wesrygrakrtdorecmhruswlersnae'lepsr
Joy Curtiss Armstrong. Plaintiff
vs. William P. Armstrong. Defend-
ant. Case No. 19-75
etlre To
AppearTo
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: William P Armstrong whose ------
residence and address is: 690* Se-
minole Avenue. Jacksonville, Flor

suit ida.You tor are hereby notified that a sejmiengyrepow-dtase

Divorce, custody control and '
support of minor child I'
bas been filed against you In the -- -
above named Court and cause and -- -- --
you are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading to the
complaint on the Plaintiffs
Attorney Alan C. Winter Jr., aclirlenaroeth usmrl&fpokmtuypoaea
SOS Florida Title Building, ortspcadeg&oalnfp.cilelacrinaa
sonville. Florida Ja.Ck-1
and file the original in the officeof
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
ir before the .
.
29 day of November 1954;
otherwise the allegations of said
Complaint will be taken as confessed .
by you. saerspsdh'lieols muetsapyerhfplsr
This notice stall be published giohi.rurc.dfgrc.sneuter
once each week for four consecutiveweeks .J
in the Bradford County Tele-
graph.
Dated this 26 day of October 1154
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By Uarian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
10U 11.19








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