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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 26, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
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Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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r AOLU3IE SEVENTY-SIX STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1954 NUMBER TWENTY: I

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LIGHT dampen Keeping SUOWERS the spirits Dry of failed Acting to BHS Scores Homecoming Victory


Governor Charley E. Johns and ,

Sirs. Johns, who were interested -


'1;' Homecoming spectators game.at last Both Friday's are In 28-6 Upset Over Green Cove

J .,. alumni of Bradford High. Sitting
,. L'
;..- ". with the Johnses under
parasol is Mrs. Jim Hitch. At -
right Is Mrs. J. R. Kelly. I Last Friday night the BHS Tornadoes climaxed a colorful Homecoming weekend with a

.,,-- 28-6 upset victory over the Green Cove Springs Blue Devils, winners of the St. Johns Con-
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J :; ference crown.
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.'..',' '.. : : ',. .' ,, The keyed-up Tornadoes took charge of the game from the opening kickoff and, with
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.'" ,, '\" ',' ,, ,. t the senior backfield digging out yards behind a charging line, touchdown was scored in
I each period to boost the season ,

I record to six wins against three Queen AnnrrI
./'; losses. :Student KilledWhile

,, .. "'..,.."" 1 The keyed-up Tornadoes took I

.. '-" : : charge of the'game from the opening Ii i
kickoff and, with the senior On OutingJohn

I' backfield digging out yards behind

.... a charging line, a touchdownwas
-. scored in each period to boost Allen Ward, 24. a student -

the season's recorfl to six wins at the University of Florida,

against three losses. was killed instantly about 11
\ I o'clOCk last
Coach James Hobbs termed the Saturday night when a

\/x win as strictly a great team victory I backing truck pinned him againsta
I ; tree at Hampton Lake.
as evidenced by the fact that
each senior in the backfield scoreda I Ward,, a resident of New Symrna
touchdown. I''Beach and a member of AID fra-

... 'temuy, was
A fast-charging line and hard on a haYride with a

.!'""t,, (tackling by the Tornadoes, coupled I group the of university students when
accident
with team occurred. According
an unequalled spirit
.-" 'spelled doom for the visiting Blue I to a statement by one of the party,

a !1.L- a 'I Devils record, who of eight entered wins the against game witha one ( II ents the large became truck stuck carrying in the the sand stUd-and

S : ,loss. several of the group got out to
17 I t t push They rocked the vehicle
back
: -7"c\\ \ Clifford Martin crossed the f -t<. and forth
APV ( double stripe from two yards out and when it at last be-
came free the
driver threw it
jJ. the first quarter to climax a '. in
reverse and backed In
drive that started on the BHS 41 ANNAWILLIAMS dark he up. the
Sophomore saw neither Ward nor the
yard line and ended 11 plays later.
candidate, was elected by tree. The young student was
caught
pop-
Early in the second quarter, De- .
: 3 r Hwcen the rear of the
7 ; t ular vote among high school truck and
Y t Wayne Elder sneaked across from
the
i,the one yard line after Martin recovered students, and was crowned tree and was apparently killed
instantly. One
of the
party was a
a Green Cove fumble on Homecoming Queen in ceremonies -
:the Clay 22 yard line. at the USO following the former medical corpsman and at-
f. tempted to revive Ward but said
: 1 j I Taking the second half opening j game. there was no pulse after the impact -

T S. (i kickoff on their own 28 yard line, I I .
the Tornadoes, in 13 out :
plays dug Hobbs Rides HighCOACH Ward was carried to Alachua
another
J touchdown as Clark went 'General Hospital and pronounceddead
S ;over i from two yards out to bring I on arrival. State's Attorney

: S the score to 21-0, favor of the r E Duncan said there would be
: .
: Tornadoes.
) r no need for an inquest

Jerry Howell, outstanding Green Memorial services for the stud-
':Cove back, took a kickoff after I [ent were held at the U. of F. Episcopal

"' >'" the Tornadoes' third score and r Student Center Monday.
't ;raced 57 yards to set up their on- I

\ ly score of the game. Howell, on i Driver
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HereWith
Caught
;' third down, took a pitchout from ,,
Quarterback Jimmy Sohm and ,' 800 PoundsOf

(/X went 26 yards for Green Cove's
}I ole tally. : Illegal Fish

: The Tornadoes came roaring :i

!F4T g; (hack, however, and Sidney Jackson -I h I Jacksonville Hiarlie Anderson, Ga. was Franklin caught of ui

:: < '- ( game captain, went the final \ tarke Tuesday morning with an
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.t .. 31 yards for the score. Every
"Vtcp' \ t illegal load of SIN pounds of speck-
: .'" .. Tornado saw action in the game. I led
""' ..; I perch and bream.
: DeWayne Elder lacked
Jt place
!! .: Franklin was intercepted by
,perfectly after each touchdownand
Highway Patrolman Carlos Mus-
,.' as quarterback, directed the
grove anJ Deputy Fate Brown who
team well in their plays.STATISTICS. a
noted his
: overloaded truck and
'fI .-= y .hought he might ts transporting

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,- ,whiskey.
"f L. ; f BUS CHS
: ., I j' ',! HOBBS gets an impromptu 1 Comity Judge Theron Yawn
< First downs 14 8 ,
ride off the field on I sentenced Franklin to 90 days in

,.. ( 4 r.\\ r {,'RC T '.. :Yds.Passes from scrimmage 279 2 129 11 i, the shoulders of jubilant Tornadoes jail, or a fine of $300 At presenthe
< J II J. < ,, is still in jail.
'. Passes complete 0 3 Stanley Clark and Clifford -
. ..,,-r l'r-, .: ,I r'i ,:'..,- ... The fish were turned over to the
.. ., ,. ,,;, ., ,Yds. gained passing 0 :35: Martin, following the upset
., < ",' ;. .., ". .. \ Total 279 164 win over Green Cove Florida Farm Colony a state in-
/ I' -: '4;< :\: yardage
,. I htitution near Gainesville
; ;;,. ';. 'I
/ .., -. Punting average 33 26 Springs.
: :' 'f.\" : .. ..;';, J< .., .'. ""- I Kickoff average 43 42
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\ "' ; .,,, "" "
: ; ? .. ... : .. !YdS. punt returns 11 0Yds.
.:.- .\% .. '{ .:', "., '--' '.' '.: : -",,, .. :; ,'.: ; :-.= .; kickoff returns 57 61

Hlt.HdGIITS OF COLORFUL: HOMECOMING PARADE are pictured I Yds. lost penalties 40 15 Martin

above. At top, Jackie Colley and Linda Johns smboliztidol')' J Fumbles 0 2

I of the Tornadoes over the Blue Devils At left, Barbara Prevatt C of C Banquet ,Fumbles lost 0 2
i i Hits
fJl senior Class candidate for Homecoming Quern, rides high on a colorful i; ij j Individual yardage gained from Pay

throne carried by four BUS "coolies." Center photo shows Ann I scrimmage: Clark, 87 yards in 16

Williams, Sophomore candidate, riding gracefully atop a decorated Set For Dec. 2nd '!tries for a 5.7 average; Jackson, Dirt t

l Y auto At right is the Eighth Grade float featuring a football motif. 'j76 yards in 11 tries for a 6.9 aver-

Ar Loner left, shows Margaret Hose Duncan Junior Class candidate, age; Martin, 42 yards in 9 tries for ,

riding with car full of her campaign boosters. Lower right is Lu The annual banquet of the a 4.6 average; Elder, 18 yards in j I CLIFFORD MARTIN ;

Green la colorful costume representing! the Spanish Club. Starke and Bradford County ;!'.10 tries for a 1.8 average; Shaw, I (under arrow )
Chamber of Commerce will be held 43 yards in 8 tries for a 5.3 average -
r ,Thursday night Dec. 2, at 7:3o'I Ilo'clock ; Godwin, 13 yards in two tries is shown at right as
Two More Days ,Jaycees Sell Cakes in the Methodist recreation 'for a 6.5 average. be crosses the ,

i To Finance Party |hall on Walnut Street. The ladies I I BHS had 56 running plays, two double stripe for the ,

:,of the church will serve the meal. :'passes, and three punts for a Tornadoes' first

r For Chest !For ChildrenMembers I T. H. Slade, president of the 'play total. touchdown In the

.XraysThe present at last week's Chamber, has announced plans fail orl||! Green Cove had 22 running first quarter. atTl
evening of fun. Included on the plays, 11 pass plays, and three
Chamber of Commerce
Junior
i program will be brief talks and a punts for a 36-play total.
final chance for a free chest i meeting reported 40 fruit cakes
program of music. There will be | Seniors playing in this game .
will be residents of --'-
for
x-ray given ;old and over $60 collected
door for the ladies, donated were:
Starke and surrounding area this I the club's Children's Christmas prizes Backs season Wednesday night, Nov. 24, i meeting of these two schools on
I Starke I Jackson
merchants. Sidney ,
Friday and Saturday, Nov. 26-27, Party to be held on Dec. 23. Monev by Clark Stanley against Fernandina Beach there 'the gridiron As the Telegraphas
Tickets will be on sale in ad- ; DeWayne Elder, and Clifford -
when the mobile unit will be locate tor the party is being collected MartinLinemenMilton a homecoming opponent for the was printed early this week, be-
and be obtained at the
vance
on the street by the Florida through the fruit cake sale. may Pirates. Fernandina is a member ;i cause of the Thanksgiving holi-
Slade Co. the Chamber of Hicks
Gas or Harold
Theatre m Starke. All comers Next week the group will hear I of the strong Northeast Conference day, outcome of the game was not
Commerce office.President Beasley, and Tommy Frith.
will by x-rayed without cost on representatives from the Gaines- and this game marked the first I known at press time.
Gary Garner and
these two days, between the hoursof ville Junior Chamber of Commerce Slade urges all mem Jimmy Weldon

10 a m, and 1 p.m., and 2 pan. who will .make membership and bers and prospective members, injured Senior linemen, have been I
,to 5 p.m.More project suggestions to'the Brad- friends and guests of the Chamber ]out of the lineup for the past two !i UNION THANKSGIVING SERVICE
,games. |
attend this event.
than 1,100 Bradford Coun- to outstanding i
ford County ETOUD
I
a tians took advantage of the free '1, The Tornadoes closed out their i!I

x-ray service during the first four j First Of The Season i i'I' New Clerk Named I I
days that the mobile unit was located .
:a : I IT'
m this county Everyone 15 i At Health Center
years of age or older is I

01' A. Y. Covington, county: Mrs. Herbert Green recently resigned -

nealth officer urges everyone in jhe j .. ';\.", as clerk-stenographer with
county, who has not already : r the Bradford County Health De-
tone so, to take advantage of this nartment after eight years of serv

,.r.lce. designed to detect tuber- .'. .. ice in that position. Dr. A. Y.ovington. .
ujosii m the early stages. .1f '-' director expressed re-
.
TPI at Mrs. Green's resignation.

Stallings Injured i gr. ind appreciation for her years of I
.r -- ( "f f'r'en* work. I

L -- .- -i'- When Car Overturns a. Vn Randall Ch'Hv' received the i! FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH

GAME: SPONSOKS and ., p.nno'ntment to fill the vacancy
their escorts are pkturtd above. Top : e
group T
C ,
left to right: Rocky darner, Barbara McComb, Patty Lawson, and I.ger.t here Stalling and presently former operator express 'IL and div assumed The,! position!"" new is dut'under. Mon-thnent P I I Thursday, November 25, 10:00 A.M.

Pat Bowery Lower group (1 to r> : Jack Lefe\er Judy Casey, Martha f a truck stop near Waldo, wa. "
I rv"tem and examinations
U inkier and Harry Own. ;eriously imurel Siturd'-v n-eh; SERMON BY REV.
"'ere taken by applicants. I W. S. McALILEY
Polaroid 1-Minute Photos by the Telegraph I about 11 o'clock when the automobile ,
Pastor
ft First Presbyterian Church
he was driving overturned

I W.O.W. Citation To Be Awarded Publisher :I about nine miles out on the Lake Recent Births

I Butler road. Special Music by Combined Choirs of Christian, Baptist
The following births have b-en
Acting Governor Charley E.I I I he Woodmen of the World organi Mr. Stallings sustained three ,'\1\11"1'1'1I ..., the Starke Mater/ :Methodist, and Presbyterian Churches

Johns will present a Citizenship i sation and its local Camp. broken ribs and a punctured lung : 'nity Hospital:

Award and Citation to E. L. Mat- J W. Yeoman, district representative and is now in Alachua General I SPECIAL OFFERING WILL BE TAKEN FORCIIILDREX'S
i the WOW. stated that Hospital. He was alone at the time this arrived in Andrew ,
thews, editor and of FIRST DEER to be bagged by local hunters season wand Mrs. Magyar
publisher of the
Bradford I 'he public is invited to attend this I I and it is believed that he must j Starke early Saturday afternoon atop an auto hood. The sue ess- Starke, a son Glen Dale, born Nov. HOME SOCIETY OF FLORIDA

County Telegraph in a I I meeting. All Woodmen have gone to sleep at the wheel. :iul hunting party wa (left to right) John, Charles, and DevtejWlKj 12.I1 .
public ceremony to be held at and members are especially The car left the road veered into r
111 ofti"en'I i I Ihe Hams, and Russell McRa The buck was killed in the ,
a m. in the courtroom I eight-point j jOcaln Mr. and Mrs. Purvis dwll> today (Friday I|to K> present ditch and returned to the j Sponsored by Starke Ministerial AllianreI
). The presentation will be i i|I Circuit Judge Ceoff L. Patte- ,. ..,-'1 where it overtimed The car: : National Forest a few hours after season opened Saturday ,,I lO';ffi*. Starfce. a son Craig Eugene

made by Gov Johns in behalf of will conduct the meet-Jig 'was almost completely demolished morning born Nov. 11.



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PAGE TWO COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA FRTOAY. JiOVDIBEE $6, 1954


CARD OF THANKS PORATION, IN BRADFORD COUNTY -I Hospital Construction Bonds, dat- !.the Pennon herein. This Rule to 1
I STATE OF FLORIDA, FOR AND ed the 1st day of January 1955. i 1941.DONE
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I wish to thank my friends and be published in the Bradford County AND ORDERED at Starke.
I IN BEHALF OF SAID BRADFORD numbered One (1) to Fifty (50) inclusive I
neighbors for their kindness and COUNTY HOSPITAL CORPORATION in denominations of One 'I Telegraph. Starke Florida a news- Florida this the 10 day of :Xo\em
MASTHEAD I OF THE BONDS HEREINAFTER Thousand ($1,000.00) Dollars each: I ber. A.D.. 1954.
OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME sympathy while in the hospital.Also MORE PARTICULARLY and to mature serially as follows: ,paper. the published in Bradford Count I SIGNED) Geo. L Patten,
the beautiful floral offeringssent DESCRIBED OR TO BK IN ANY Bonds Numbered 1 to %0, inl'lusive.1 I in form ,and manner required -, Circuit Judge.
Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under my mother in Skipperville WAY AFFECTED THEREBY: I 20000.00 on July 1. 195. i by Section 75 06. Florida Statutes, 11,19 3t 12 3

the Aet of March 3, 1879. Ala. You will never be forgotten.Mrs. You. and each of you, the Stateof i Bonds Numbered ZI to r5, intrusive. -
Florida. through the State At- $5,000.00 on July 1, 1957. :
Pate Gassett torney of the Eighth Judicial Circuit Bonds Numbered 26 to 30. inclusive, .4'1 That's Our Business
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATIONHolland's of Flordia, are hereby required 5000.00 on July 1. 195S. I' T ft V V
; NOTICE to appear before this Court at Bonds :Numbered 31 to 35, inclusl$5.000.00 \(', U A41bI LJV II If It's Glass We Have It!
The case of Harold Norman Plain- the Courthouse in Starke, Florida on July 1, 1959. I ,
tiff, v. Helen W. Norman. Defendant, on the 13th day of December A.D.. Ponds :Numbered 36 to 40, Inclusive, c $( 1/Il CALL WRITE or VISIT
Vote. I Let's Talk Turkey has been dismissed in the Circuit 1954 at the hour of 10:00 A.M., and 5000.00 on July 1, 1960.
.
Court Bradford County Florida. show cause, if any you have, why Bonds Numbered 41 to 45. inclusive,
I Mrs. Helen "'. Norman. the prayers of the Petitioner filedin $5,000 on July 1, 1961. i: rkllk4 Joe Peters Glass Co.
Last week Drew Pearson of the That bird you're eating this week (breast on Thursday, 2tp 11/26 the above entitled cause should Bonds Numbered 46 to 50. inrlusi\e
not be granted and the Hospital $5.000.00 on July 1, 196:.
Washington Merry-Go-Round listed leg on Friday, hash on Saturday) has a very interesting NOTICE TO APPEAR Construction Bonds therein described -I and bearing interest at the rate of ( IIv1La FOR ANY GLASS NEED
Senator Holland with those he predicted you'll appreciate him more if we tell IB Circuit Court Bradford Coaaty and the proceeding authorizing:: six per cent (6%) per annum upon !tv' We
Perhaps Modern
background. Florida IB Chancery. the issuance thereof be validatedand the par value thereof. Interest upon Design Store Fronts
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might vote for Senator McCarthy you a little bit about it. Joseph Laporte Plaintiff, vs. Bern- <,confirmed said Hospital Construction I' said Bond shall be pa>at>le annually Just Mail Us A Pattern for
when the censure debate is adette Laporte, Defendant.Case Ponds to be issued by the on the 1st day of Jul> of
(it it ever is). Now comes In America we call this delectable bird turkey, but in I No. 10-759 Petitioner herein, for and in behalf i I each year, a more particular description j I, Table Tops
over Votlc* To Appear.To of the Bradford County Hubp.; .11! of said Hospital Cnnstnn -
I call it the American Bird a far more logical I >
Washington See Saw columnistWin Turkey they : Pernadette Laporte whose Corporation in the aggregate sum; I'I tion Bonds appearing bv referen, e 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 2-4353
Pendleton and says "We predict -I name for these lordly Monarchs of the Thanksgiving feast. I residence and address is: No. 1//of Fifty Thousand ($50.00000) Del-|to Resolution of Bradford Count
North Grofneaordale. Connecticut.You lars to be designated dated, .Hospital Corporation, auUi riZint; ;
that the num- >!
reminds aWWMPa <
The National Geographic Society us I sfflBaiaiJi'IB-ti?i' ngniaa8ei gigaBtTPniHBBff ,
otherwise. I are b raby notified that bered in denominations of, and to the samt. a itrtified i r.py of whuh 111
That is good news, indeed, for turkey sprang originally from the New World and is, in fact, eult Divorcehas for a''mature as follows: I'is attached to and made a part "f

those of us who believe that Senaalor the only domesticated animal to come from North America. I been filed against you In the. BEST RATES IN TOWN\

McCarthy has violated every And when it comes to eating turkeys here again, the I you above are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and1 of'; _

rile of ethics, decorum, good taste, United States leads the entire world. I your answer or pleading to the complaint Representing
aid fairness in his relations with American that when on the Plaintiff's Attorney i
In fact, the turkey is so completely T. Frank Landrum, Starke '
his fellow senators and should be about for national Florida. i' America's
the founding fathers were casting a HUNDREDS i Largest Mutual Ins. Companies
I and file the original In the office ot
censured if for no other reason i iI
symbol, the great Benjamin Franklin seriously proposed the 'the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I
than to get the Senate on record as before the 13 day of December. 1954: I COMPARE THESE SAYINGS
view of its and in '
for this honor in ancestry memoryof
disapproving the Piltdown be- turkey otherwise the allegations of'said I of details are managed( and economic-
the huge and magnificent wild birds that gave the Pilgrim Complaint will be taken as confessed I I
haviour of the demagogue from by you. I ally attended that only a trained and I AUTOMOBILE 10 20%
fathers their first Thanksgiving dinner.
Wisconsin. This notice shall be publishedonce
of the United States each week for four consecutive -i careful organization can attend when I FIRE DWELLING
for the 20 While Senator Smathers has already But it's a good thing prestige :' week in the Bradford County' the need for serving is at on -

announced that he will vote that Franklin's turkey lost out as a symbol in favor of the Telegraph. urgent I FIRE BUSINESS 15%
on
S hand.
I' Dated this day of November.
for censure of McCarthy Holland eagle. A well browned turkey looks very handsome on the 1954. 'i I

has said only that he will judgethe Thanksgiving dinner table, but the bird's low I. Q. might tOFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 1 i MOTELS 35*
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
hearings on the evidence, and make it a bit out of place as a bronze emblem. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk :, DeWITT C. JONES I. GARAGE LIABILITY 35r

no man, says Pendleton, has at. For the sad and unvarnished truth is' that turkeys are 11/12 4t 12/3 Phone 7 Starke Fla.Funeral .

tended and listened to the debate just plain dumb. That's what makes turkey raising one of SOTICE TO APPEAR __ .rsssr.rsq
than he. la Circuit Why Pay More
Court Bradford
more closely Count
of farm activities. You've got to have
the most exasperating Florid IB Chaaeerr. Director Ambulance Service
The See Saw writer also patience to be a turkey-tutor. Not only do they seem to be Paul C. Burnett, Plaintiff, vs. Fran- I
E. Burnett Defendant. ,
squelches another report that was the stupidest foolhardiest and most scatterbrained of all ces Case No. 10-767 Our local funeral home enable as to otter convenience .ni 0Contact

disturbing to many of Senator Notice To Arprar. aerrices not otherwise available.
creatures but they often incline straight toward suicide.A .
Holland's friends and supporterslast To: Frances B. Burnett whose

spring. This was the appear turkey poult actually has to be taught to eat. Most Winter residence Avenue and address, Danville.: is: 205 Illinois.West -_-s-_sflsrspsnsrsra-q-rfl-q-s-s-.rrrsssrssssnwe

ance in a slick-cover magazine of other animals and fowls seem to be born with that much Your are hereby notified that a
an article listing Senator Holland sense. And if you give a pompous fantailed gobbler unlimited suit for divorce furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and CONNER Bros. Insurance Agency
has been filed against you In the accept ANT life insurance policy ; In force, Issued by ANY
as a McCarthy intimate a member water to drink, he's apt to keep guzzling until he drowns. above named Court and cause and
of Joe's inner circle of friends. you are required to serve a copy of I company, as payment in part or In full on a funeral
barrel in 'his
One unwary farmer left an empty turkey run. your answer or pleading to the complaint I Consultation carries no obligation. 129 W. Call St. Phone 285WHILE
According to Pendleton "it justisn't Half a dozen curious birds hopped inside to see what was on the Plaintiffs AttorneyII. ,
V. Knight, Starke, Florida rsrrrSrSSt rrSrrrflSSSSSrrss J ......
Senators Holland and
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there, and in the ensuing panic all were smothered to death! and file the original In the office _1
McCarthy "have no personal or of the Clek of the Circuit Court
But as long as the turkey tastes so good we won't quar- on
social contacts," says he. "Close or before the 20 day of December,
friends of Senator Holland know rel with him about his low I. Q. 1954: otherwise the allegations of HUfJE 'AV/NC '
another slice of that white said Complaint will be taken as THEY LAST
he was secretly irked because of Now if you'll just pass confessed by yon.

the magazine articie. Nearest tha I meat please This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive
be and McCarthy ever get together weeks in the Bradford County Tele- r
I is on the elevator. There they are graph. I
Dated this 16 day of November,
sometimes seen side byslde because Guess Again UnivacUnivac 1954. -
their offices are across the hall OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Clerk of the Circuit Court i.iIIB'iI1IflJ
from each other. elec- Marian L. Clerk
is a wonderful machine. This fabulous Py Crosby Deputy
All of this is quite reasurring to 11/19 4t 12/10
tronic device can instantly solve complex mathematical prob- _

many Floridians who had been lems. If given certain basic information, it will make detailed NOTICE TO APPEAR
puzzled and disturbed by intimations la Circuit Court Bradford Coaaty. _
that "Joe and Spessard" were forecasts of events, and in some instances these have Florida IB Chancery-

nothing short of cronies. been surprisingly accurate. But even Univac cannot accurately Charles!Sylvia Castle Coyne, Coyns Defendant.Plaintiff vs.

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forecast an American election, as was demonstratedearly Case No. 10-77 _

this month. When, on the basis of early returns, Uni- I Notice: Charles To AppearTo Coyne. whose resi- -

the final outcome it missed by a dence and address is: Unknown. uiUU'
Want To Trade? vac was asked to predict You are hereby notified that a
wide margin. suit for divorce and restoration of

the columnist to exult I maiden name
This led Dorothy Thompson
Although some of us may yearnn baa been filed against you In the _
nostalgic moments for the "good "The people are not a mechanism. The political future is not above named Court and cause and
you are required to serve a copy of
l Id days" we remember as better pre-determined. Free will still prevails. Univac is fallible. your answer or pleading to the complaint -

nan the present, it occurs to us Goody, goody!" T. Frank on the Landrum Plaintiff, Starke.Attorney Fla.

Jiat many of: our modern conveniences We agree with Miss Thompson that it will be a sad and file the original in the office or
have added to the en- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on .
day, indeed. when Americans become so regimented that a or before the 20 day of December
joyment of Thanksgiving Day, mere machine, no matter how ingeniously constructed can 1954 otherwise the allegations ofaid _
rather than lessened it. For instance < Complaint will be taken as
forecast their actions in the voting booth. confessed by you. ___
with the aid of the automobile Miss Thompson also said the election indicated there This notice shall be publishedonce ,, -
it is now possible for members each week for foul cocsecatlvf C ,
of a family to travel hundreds will be "a peaceful working relationship between the parties; weeks in the Bradford County Tele-

ol miles for the occasion, and en- progress without radicalism; and strength without hysteria." graph.Dated this 17 day of November,

joy the thrill of reunion, where She sees nothing of the bogey with which President Eisen- 1954.OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyClerk : 1

)ears ago a distance of thirty or hower and leaders of his party tried to frighten the American of the Circuit, Court.
miles would have been the Administration ** Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.
forty pro- voters the bogey of a "coldar" against 1954.

hibitive. if Democrats were given control of Congress again. 11/19 4t 12/10 I

Then too, the modern kitchen in control _
As a matter of fact the change Congressional In The Circuit 'ourt Of The Eighth
has been streamlined to the extent Judirlal Circuit, IB And For
will in all probability mean few changes in the course of Br.dford -
that the "chief cook and bottle County, Florida.In .
washer" has infinitely better government at this time. As President Eisenhower well Chanwry. >o. 10-763.

conditions in which to prepare the knew at the time he was making campaign speeches, some of CORPORATION BRADFORD COUNTY a non-profit HOSPITAL cor- ,

traditional feast. Some old die- the Democratic winners actually favored more. of his program poration., Petitioner,

hards may argue that the dinner I than did some of the defeated Republicans. The new leaders, vs.STATE OF FLORIDA and the Taxpayers -

rooked over an old woodstove particularly in the Senate, will largely be conservative Property owners and Citizens I
of
the County of Bradford, Including -
tasted better, but grandma findsit i Southern Democrats. Senator Byrd, for example will ''head Non-residents owning prop- I
a lot easier and less tiring to erty or subject to taxation therein,
is in
i the potent Finance Committee and there no man Respondents. <

cook with gas or electricity. We Congress who is more passionately dedicated to the goal of IK'LE :MSI U A/ .
sometimes wonder if that serene TO TII.J STATiC, OF FLORIDA THE : i- I FAMOUS
rigid economy in government than the Virginian. SKVEHAL: PROPERTY OWNERS
look on grandma's face at the end
Finally this election dramatically demonstrated just TAXPAYERS. CITIZENS AND OTH 't. J' .
,
of the day wasn't so much a matter ERS. HAVING OR CLAIMING ANY ,
of being thoughtful, but really how important an individual vote is. In three Senate races RIGHT. TITLE OR INTEREST IN I ; DELUXE

Just a matter of being all tuckeredout I the winner's margin was less than one-half of one per cent PROPERTY THE ISSI-A.NVE TO HE BY AFFECTED TilE BRAD-BY I 1

after the long hours over a hot of the vote cast. In several others it was only slightly FOUl COUNTY HOSPITAL* COIl- 'I : 1LU

wood stove. larger. I
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As for the speed and convenienceof To Reheiv
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gathering together the varied of Thanksgiving dinners in the take the drudgery out of the holi- I ft SUPERsCUSHION

Hems for the Thanksgiving feast, "good old days" when a piece of day season for those who must ) .

much can be said for the facilitiesof "side meat" was the main dish because ,provide and prepare the traditional ltst'Y"C.iJ

the modern super market. In grandpa couldn't catch up I feasts. : \1 ,

comparison with the old days when with a wild turkey. I And so we bid a happy Thanks- : 4\1 by

grandpa grabbed a rifle and went And so it seems to us that alI''giving to ail. Here's hoping there lane \

out to shoot the dinner meat, though our moOern conveniences:( a drumstick for every youngster, LIQUID OR UBIETS'UMI fAST REutt 16R
modern merchandising takes a lot have brought headaches with them 'land' that we adults have enough fmOOD'WE,

of the gamble out of the affair. (monthly installment payments, for !will power to refrain from that I AJY

We suspect there have been a lot instance) they have done a lot to second slice of pumpkin pie. I :

Wash Your Clothes First Choice Tires
i
he mobile unit the Red Cros World's
TYTYTYYYTYTYYTYYTYTYTYYYKeystone of : I II 1954 Cars
; I SALE PRICES ON BLACKWALLS the Finest
Keystone on Satuiday anIaqe I D Pounds That Came on
Tires
Heights I number of Keystone people I BLACK Regular no SALE'h Black and White

t : their chest X-Rays ma,e. For 40c! SIDEWALL trade-in Sale
you are not yet reg.stereJ i I "
I SIZE with trade-ill
_ price
hj Mrs. Sara McDonaldAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAA
City books rememter to do s( FREE Bleach If Desired! : Sidewalls

.. the city election on Dec / 5.90x15 $ $15.15*
1
I I The book is at the Gulf Statio: OWe
The Bazaar and dinner held by Highway 100. I 6.40x15 22.65: 16.95*

the Woman's Club last Thursdaywas C.
W. B. Cahoon was in Key Will I ,
a financial success since it :; 6.70x15 23.75 17.75*
on Monday thei
closing
netted the club about $240. Dry Your Clothes j
house for the winter. Mi
Mr and Mrs. H. W. Cannon Sr. 7.10x15 26.30 19.70*
fell in his home m Gaines For 20c
and daughter Rosemary, were I
about six: weeks ago and sul .
this week with ).Ir. and Mrs 7.6Qx15 28.75 21.55* ;
guests a broken thigh. lIe has bee: In New Automatic Driers!
Seth Kennedy They are here for''of '
the wedding of Miss Madalene the Alachua General Hospita e a.cox 15 31.60 23.70' 0 fOR
PRICE
was meved to the Veteran': LIST
Kennedy and Harry W. Cannon Jr
in Lake last Wed
City a.20x15 32.95 24.70 TIRES !
._.=....___._J __. _____ He is improving but wil: _ YOUR OLD
for about TheVasheteria\
hospitalized fou
I SALE PRICES ON WHITEWALLS

I femple Ave. Starke : 5 A V I ISIDEWALL HGS'
of the Starke Chapte: ___ _ ', WHITE Regular no SALE HISS ESE
i of the O. E. S. are reminde( I -- j/If. _..::k -- o_......__ '""_ --_ _--/- trade-in PRICE. DON'T

F13'A[ the Memorial Service on Sun I SIZE rice.. with trll 1I Tubeless Tire, we are c1earig5.90x15

;, )'. Nov. 28, at 3 p. m. in th, I Bradford CountyI for our neW
way yoU
$24.75 $! 8.55 To make super-Cushions at prices
room. This service is
ope; I
_ fleLixe
the public. i I People and Neighbors our stocks of famous are the same
I SuperC0
j Church News Eligible For Cash 6.40x 15 27.75 20.80* can't afford to miss. DeLuxe IM'A cars. The same

I Intermediate Girls Class o \ that came on new
6.70x15 ,29.10 21.80* tires for
Sewing First Baptist Church sponsore. I Families who are short on Cash long-mileage patented 3-T cord process

last Saturday night at th to pay those overdue bills and. 7.10 15 32.20 24.1 5* : tires -made with GoodyealS prefer over all others.gth .

of Mrs. Ted Oglesby. Ham those bills that are a bit tool! that more C oWfle during
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Experienced & were served after a num high can look to Marion Finance \ 7 60x 15 35.20 26.40* extra suen they're yours at big savings

i of games had been enjoyed for aid Marion Finance in !: a And if you act U1Ck, while they 1St -
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AGES 18 i( present were Katherin Gainesville can either assist by :; 8.00 15 38.70 28.95* tire sale. Get them nOW

I Wallace Rivers Kath;: a PAYDAY LOAN for 30 days i this great

Maxine Jones, Rodge or a monthly Budget Loan with I 8.20 X 15 40.35 30.25* and SAVE!

_
Company Benefits Include Joann Ridaueht Marth, payments to fit the pocketbook.jThe

Insurance. Paid Finlev Wilford Waener_ Glen interest is small, for example -i *""' .tax oad mappobb tire ..Pbs' tax

Whitesides. Armand Rivers $50.00 for 30 days is1 I II

APPLY AT U Carnes, Richard Barton. an< I only $1.75. CONTACT MARION I

10th & visitors from MOI trie. Ga. FINANCE BY MAIL :BOX 446 YOUR OLD TIRES WILL MAKSBBA.BFORD
Jones and Ralph Jones. or CALL COLLECT 5333 Gainesville EASY TERMS! Pay as little as 'I.25 a week THE DOWN PAYMENT I

of services: Sunda'. then come in and pick the

BIG DAD | 9:45 a. m.: Moraine Wbr MONEY up in one trip REMEMBER rflDDMAN\SERVICE STATINSEEBER

11 a. 1'\.: ainine: Ui'on 6:1!: ITS CONFIDENTIALAT .

Starke \ : F.venine"orchin: 7:30: n m. MARION FINANCE AT D. GOODMAN
'
I P'udy Course Wednesday 7:30: p GAINESVILLE for that $25.00 to! U. S. 301 at South City Limits
41"f! .!I.i -=<>....,.._.". _. r1JT ._ __ "" ... = 'm. $300.00.
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rYYYYYYYYYY YYYYYYYYYYY' Mrs. Arthur Milligan and daughter !The Cain Mutiny'Is ,I Starke were dinner guests of :Mr ,' fTTTYYYTYTYYTTYTVTTTTt fis were quietly marride Saturday Beedie Norman were in Jackson- .I church at 6:30 p. m.

Sylvia, of Orlando spent Thurs I and Mrs. W. C. Conner Sunday. | evening. Where they will reside ville Sunday. Janette Griffis of Jacksonvillewas

HAMPTONby day with her aunt, Mrs. T. F '' Powerful Drama Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Huey of j HIGHLAND is not yet known. Several from here attended the I.' visiting her mother, Callie
Brown. : i Gainesville were dinner guests of Winfred Wilkinson of Jackson- I i I
The H. E. McGee family have : Coming To Florida I the H. M. McRaes Sunday. Sat By Mrs. Lacy Norman \rue was visiting in our community -: shower for Dorothy Taylor Sat- i.'I i Griffis over the weekend.
Mrs. \\m. W. Haiiunond moved to Starke. I urday guest of the McRaes was Friday. -'--J::V. A thought for the week: This
Engulfing the screen with tidal- Mrs. Sue Myrick.Mr. Ero. Leaton Hamilton will teach Practice for the Christmas program '' God is Our God forever and ever.
Miss Helen Ward of Waldo &&& &&&& &&&& &&A&&&&
.....&&&&&&&&A&uu.u. wave fury, the magnificient motion -I will .
I visited: the J. A. William Co. Sat- and Mrs. V. E. Thorntonwere the book "The Baptist Distinctives" ; begin Friday at the psauns 49.14.ALVAREZ' !
"The CaineIutmy"
picture version of I I Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. each
Adkins and Miss Mrs. beginning November 28.
Miss Louise urday evening.Mrs. dinner guests of Mr. and
Pulitzer Prize best-sell- Sunday. Worship Service 11 a.m.
Barbara Wilson of Jax spent the Ray Cox of Lake Geneva Carl Thornton Sunday. I Clara Boone of Jacksonville I! I
.ng novel and stage play arrivesit and 6:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each ''lien's Clothing :
weekend with Louise's parents, called on Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Cox Mrs. W. E. Edmondson of San- visited friends and relatives here IMI STORE i
the Florida Theatre Sunday fora Wednesday 7:30 m. Teachersand
I p. I
Mr., and Mrs. J. G. Adkins. Sunday.Mr. thiee-day run. ford is visiting her son-in-law and Offices meetings Wednesday over the weekend.Mr. Established 1S94
Leaston Forsyth, who is stationed and Mrs. and Mrs. L M. Norman and ,
T. J. Alderman daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Cros-
The fictional has been 6:30 Choir each Friday
sea epic p. m. practice .
at Fort Jackson, S. C. is visited her sister Mrs. ___ ___ ___n
Weathersbyat accorded all-out and 7:30
an production by.We : p. m.
spending a two weeks furlough at Branford Saturday. were glad to have with us
all in with
an star cast keeping Mrs: Ruth Marr and several I
his home here. Avory Slade is able to be about :at church Sunday evening Governor -
the book's tremendous scope. In others were visiting Percy Lee who
Mrs. J. A. Williams, daughters I after a two weeks ij ness. starring roles are two Academy 'I' and Mrs. Charley Johns, Miss is a patient in the Lake City SuperSavers For Smart Shoppers !Ir.ea Is
Avoy, Amelia and Aletha, Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Topsy Brown and Award winners, Humphrey Bo- Norma Gonzalez and mother of A. hospital. V'I
Alva Fowler and daughter. Sue son Randy, were in Gainesville gart and Jose Ferrer as well as Tampa. Tony, Mae and Norma sang ,a
visited Mrs. Cecil Melvin at Brooker Friday.Mr. Van Johnson and Fred MacMurray. some beautiful songs. Miss Maggie Crews and Maudie ..."......,-
'
Saturday.Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Wattersonwere Bogart is seen as the erratic Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick and Smith were in Jacksonville Thurs-

and Mrs. Carey Saddler and recent business callers in Queeg whom one learns to pity, children, Kathy and Billy, were day visiting friends and relatives.Mr. .
Keystone Weights and Gaingavijle. Mr. and.Mrs. B. M. Me- and Mrs. Dick Starling and ...
daughter visited in Jacksonville as well as hate?-Ferrer has the.Visiting.
Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Ed Durban and daughter, role ef Lt. Greenwald, reluctant Rae Saturday night. We were glad son Joseph and grandmother, Zet-
.
and Mrs. Clinton Carol and Betty of Lawtey visited her mother attorney for the dinner; Van Johnson I. to know that B. M. is much better tie Padgett of Heilbronn, were
Mrs. J. L. Williams on Satur after his recent illness. visiting the L. M. Normans! Sun-I
ion visited in Alma and Waycross, plays the stubborn Maryk, and
/ Ga. over the weekend. day.Miss MacMurray is Keefer, the seagoing Mrs. T. N. Norman and Mrs. ''day.Charles
I Mrs. Mabel Snow and Mrs. Jean Barbara Matchett, Wayne snob who fishes in troubled C. Sapp of Heilbronn section E.1' Mosley of Orange Park
Carol were business callers in Matchett and James Horne were waters. Robert Francis and May 'visiting the H. M. McRaes Thurs: was in our community Saturday I I
those who attended the I' Jonell Norman and Vernon Grif-
Orange Park Saturday.Mr. among Wynn, attractive screen newcom- day afternoon. :
I and Mrs. Hallen of Detroit. Youth Meeting: at Park-of-the- I eis, are seen as Willie Keith the i J fypNEt
Mich. have returned after looking Palms Saturday evening.Mr. I Oame's junior officer, and his
and Mrs. Slade and I]
after their property here. Avory night club singing girl fneivi.
Mrs. G. C. Gentry and Mrs. Inez children were Sunday guests of her I In transcribing ''The Caine Mu- 1 IIIIIII/ll. -

Offerd of Jax spent Sunday with sister, Mrs. J. R. Luce and familyat I'tiny" to the screen, the produce I MONEYFor Quanaity Rights Reserved. Prices Good FrL & Sat., Nov. 26 & 27 Only
:Maxville.
their parents Mr and Mrs. G. W. has been faithful to the letter and
Saxon together with Hallan Payne Miss Ruth Perry spent Sunday I spirit of the original work a novel '
152 Call Sf. I
they were dinner guests of :Mr. with Miss Avory Williams. :.that rips the steel hat'he, off a
:Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hammond
and Mrs. Eugene Birt. III minesweeper the USS C mr And '
Mr. and Mrs E. L. Kelly of New anti daughter. Willow Ruth were reveals the raw emotions seething STARKE FLA. '
River were Saturday supoer guestsof Punday dinner guests of their son ] beneath her decks. that help you need, see Marion ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Adkins H. and dauehter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. '!' Finance Co. Inc. at Gainesville.

Priester and daughter, Sibvl, of John E. Hammond of Crystal Lake. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfPINE Those friendly people are there, espe- .. .. ,, ..- ,
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Palatka were also supper guests. Mrs. T. F. Brown, son. Frank !' cially to help with cash those who are in
is i im- and Mis. J. J. Brannen were Saturday j Astor Vac Pac
Mrs. Raleigh Brannen shoppers in Gainesville. I II LEVELby need of $25.00: to $300.00 Monthly Budget
provine. at the Riverside Hospital Williams is remodeling!I Loans on Payday 30 day Loans. '
Wiley
in Jacksonville. -'.I his home here and as soon as it :Mrs. II. M. McKue Call Marion Finance Co. and make your Lb

is in readiness will move his fami- :1 Then Come in and the ..
.1' AA&&&& & &&&& uAA..A application. get COFFEE 8Se
FILL DIRTGOOD ly back from Starke where they Cash in one trip. CanAll
have resided for the past year. Rev. Alton Dobbs of Starke fill
RICH I Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Baker were ed the appointment at Pine Level The Credit requirements are very
business callers in Gainesville and Baptist Church Sunday morning liberal. .

Starke Saturday. and evening because of the sudden .
TOP SOILSee
I I'illness of the pastor. Rev. W E.
Recent Birthl I Hall, who entered the hospital in MARION FINANCE COMPANY Popular Brands America's Favorite Waahlnq Product

'Palatka Saturday night. We wish

I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jordan an-(him a speedy recovery. 218 West University Ave. EVAP. MILK TIDE
BILL JACKSON nounce the birth of a son, Richard I Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis were ,
Jackson Transfer Company Alexander, on November 12 in visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Crews Phone 5333 P. 0. Box 446
I Alachua General Hospital. Before'of', the Wateroak section Sunday Gainesville '
Phone 165 her marriage Mrs. Jordan was afternoon. 3 Toll Cons 37c Large Box 27Y2C

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'r I r .. \ t Past Masters Honored At Special Masonic Meeting. i!Stork Shower I it our our car driver and gave Dumpie us a Wilkmsv good joit.


For l1rs.Vebb I had been making speed I m .duj

I S.- we woud: have had a bad ac<,';.ii.?r'

I Mrs. Fay'Thigpen Webb was I! Thursday night we had our \\"\ Sand

,.. "5.moied at a lovely stork shower :, Brotherhood meeting at n.! <

S rnursday afternoon Nov. IS at''I Long Branch Church. Also the

I 1 r ne Air Park Church recreation I young people had a service whim

: : i all. given by Mrs. W. L. T1unen I was interesting. Next Sunday night

Jr. and Mrs. Seeber .
: Goodman.The is to be Fellowship meeting at

Gladys Mooty ; attractively appointed refreshment ; Long Branch and all are invitedto

Phone 35 ; table was centered with attend these meetings.The .

-flflrflflsflsflsflflsflsflSflSflflflsfl.IMeirose ,> c-assinet: laden with baby gifts. Missing Mail Boxes

( Twelve guests enjoyed the party. Not long ago someone took 16 of
Garden Club Plans : !
Auxiliary
\ L I the mail boxes at Maxville some

To Hold Bazaar For Community fl ; 7\\ ''OES Memorial i i new and some not so new. Folks

I '1 bunted high and low for then
December 1 1st Christmas Tree
On I The Order of the Eastern Star i;but could find no trace. Finally.

will hold its annual memorial serv- a" crew of road men were workingnear
The Women's Auxiliary of Trin- Mrs. George Evans of I
re Sunday afternoon, Nov. 28, at Middleburg and discoveredthe
will ville entertained members -
Melrose GaineS-I'
Church
ity Episcopal 1 13 o'clock. This service is opento boxes in a muddy place under
bold its Annual Christmas Bazaaron Starke Garden Club I
the public and everyone is a bridge, I think. They came
Wednesday, Dec. 1, in the Par- ning at their November meeting in .
,. |cordially invited to attend. and asked our mail carrier Sidney
at 10 am. the Episcopal Parish House with :
ish House, opening
Harris, if he had lost some boxes
colored slides of the lovely Mobile, :
A!wide variety of articles suitable I Guild rand he said, "Yes 16!" Now we

for use in the home and for Ala. azalea gardens. Wesleyan wonder what the object of this
I
Christmas gifts will be offered for During the business meeting, : vs I misdemeanor could have been We

sale presided over by the president, .' tS. The Wesleyan Service Guild will I do not know whether to think
Mrs. M. F. Hazen, it was announced -S. meet in the educational building I
will be : I
A'' hot plate luncheon : of the Methodist Church Tuesday some juveniles did this just as a
that the De ember meetingwill
until 2 P.m.1 '!joke or whether they had some
from 12 noon
served be hejd Dec 20. the place to'' night Nov. 30, at 7:30: o'clock.
'
did
'other object in view. Whoever
at 85c per plate.A be announced later. The Garden''
........ j this had better start a new life or
will be :- vvvyyvyyv.yyvyvLONG
$1.50) .
turkey dinner ( Club is going to sponsor the community they may find themselves in prison

at 6:30 for outdoor Christmas decoration :
served beginning p.m.
; i for molesting government propert ii
which reservations may fce made contest this year. On this BRANCHby ;i We met Tuesday of last week
committee will be Mrs P J : -
.
those planning to arrive -: .- for our executive meeting of the
by Mrs. J. Griffin S
A.
,
a Quattlebaum .;is .5 :\Ir... J. U Stricklandand P. T. A. and among other th nj-
promptly at 6:30 by dropping and Mrs. W. H. Hart. The suggested L1S
I
.5 Jimmy Lang made plans for our next pro r:111lDec.
Mrs. Allen date the flower show
telephoning for
card or
15. This program is to 1 be:: i;i
Granite next is April 9 and 10 New j'i---
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Graham, Melrose (phone year !the afternoon starting at ;3 3n
members admitted to the club dur- -- $ ,
5-2848)). or Mrs George Phelps -- : W- ,- ,i .:- S -- : Staged Here !i We plan a playlet for this program -
and November are I
October -S
Melrose (phone Granite 52012.rpt ing OIK- SunUdY nignt not long ago and are trying to make it .u-
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Mrs. W. H. Hart Mrs. Kate Sheppard -I
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c icmieone came to Dan Parrish interesting as possible. Will you
,
Mrs. Paul Bridges Mrs. R. E.
- -" uuor and knocked. When Dan went \come through curiosity if for n<>
Mrs. V. A. Nichols. Mrs.
E.Ought L. Matthews Mrs. L. Hillen- '- Robert Barksdale, Worshipful Master of Bradford Lodge No 35. ent are Nat Sternberg Daytona Beach: P S McMillan Jacksonville. io open the door a gun was shoved other reason? We will look for

: dahl, Mrs. Tyler Jones and Mrs. F. & A. M, called- Past Master's Communication on Thursday, Nov. R. C Buford. Starke and F L Durshimer Fernandina Beach. :i into his chest and his money de- yon!
? I manded. about $6 Mrs. Bertha Wilkinson spent the
( The culprit got
FL-: 0. E. Crosby.For 18, in honor of all Past Master's of Bradford Lodge. Those present The deceased Past Masters were remembered by a draped Altai'" from Dan and demanded, more. 'I weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jack

I ] the evening's meeting the (photographed above) were, front row, left to right: F. F. Stump covered with flowers. Names of all honored were read and all pres. Dan told the man that Nell had his Wilkinson.Mrs .

lounge was attractively decorated A. J. Thomas Sr., L. G. Powell, E. W. Hayes, P. M. Barefoot C. A. I Babe the
symbolically presented with Past Master's pins. money and had gone to church. Padgett spent
with artistic arrangements of yellow Futch. Second row ((1 l to r) : L. D. Vining Joe Sistrunk C. H. Nas- to Nell and weekend with her son Ernie Pad-
Nov. 26, 27 The man was going see
Sat.
Fri., host- "The refreshment committee Cliff Currie. Jack McComb
Double Feature chrysanthemums. The worthy. V. S. St. John Joe Martinez, Lacy Conway Ben Rowland. : get the money then, but Dan went gett in Jacksonville.

esses served refreshments duringthe Third row ((1 to r) : T. B. Harding, C. E. Hernwall S. L. Peek, Freeman Chirlie Devlin and Gene Long prepared barbecued chicken, and ladies i and told Nell to be carefut, someone Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Sullivan and

The Son of Dr. JekyllWith social hour. I Register Jr., and Gilbert S. Brown. Those living, but not pres- .i of.the Eastern Star served the dinner. I t was waiting for her. They Linda and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip

Louis Hayward and Jody I :didn't get the money if Nell had Decker spent the day Sunday with

Lawrence W.V.. Class Meets Engaged I .. I I Five Generations 'any. She was expecting trouble, the Jim Stricklands.We .

-And- I but didn't have any. Seems we are I were glad to see Gressie Har-

ARROW HEADWith With Mrs. Register 'about to get some desperadoes in ris able to be with\ us in church

our neck of the woods too. I and Sunday School again SundayShe
Hes ton and Katy The W. W. Class of the First
Charlton
Cold Hampers XraysThe I has had a seige of flu but is
met at the home of
Jurado Baptist Church : T. B. mobile unit was in our able to be out again.

Plus Serial and Cartoon Ura. Freeman for its Register monthly last business Thursday -I ;:: vicinity giving x-rays Saturday.We I Last week Mrs. Vinnie Padgett

night and her two Helen anti
called to registerthe daughters.
I were on help
with nine Noted Alvarez St. and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney F.
meeting, Sylvia holding j
and Tues. and social '
Mon.
Sun., cold that Mildred called aftet-
1 folks, but it was BO on us one
30 and one visitor present. \ down Pat Detweiler's job in Mer- 'Burns have moved into the Noll-
Nov. 28 29 members
'I' I II only 48 came to the unit. This is noon. hunting kumquats. Well. they
with Ct.Spotted
was opened ("i' McMillan's office while Pat and man
Double FeatureAPACHE The meeting
I
| the least number we have had here.i found the kumquats and Vinnie
Edwards. at the circus in Gainesville !
Miss Ava Lee r Jack are vacationing for two weeks
by
;
prayer : i Anonymous LetterI and I got to talk some t()(.
Mrs. B. 0. Perkins led in the Bible I i t in Texas see Evelyn Mainor is last Sunday were Maryon, Joe I
I which Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martin hitve
received a letter recently
With Hurt Lancaster and Jean the new beauty operator in Ruby and Jackie Arnold, Bob and Louise ,
study. said moved to Starke where Robert w.il
The writer :
:
was not signed.
Fetters Thanks- Johns beauty shop, taking Sharon Kite, Tom Mark and Bruce Jack-
made for a
Plans were I
a be
me why employed.
"It has always puzzled :
-And'Chicago for a needy family Games' place Joan Chitty is son. Mack, Joanna and Linda
giving basket ( II j I who professes to love God firebieaks a,1 l
meeting will be with:, taking Hazel Green's place at the I Futch Emily, Luke and Karen Fee- I person Vell. we got our
Calling The December as do, takes uch, unrestrained and "
of Mrs. Health Dept. Clinic, while Hazelis ney, Marian Ritch and younguris, 'I you plowed again are proud u
With Dan Duryea Miss Edwards in the home i ,- ,- S retiring from business ranks Carrie Ritch, Cliff Brown, Glen delight in killing His small crea- have them all done now. We fe 'l!

ALSO CARTOON" G. W. Alderman. It will be the hear that Eustis McKnight started and Terry Duke, Jacqueline and Pictured above are five generations I tures. Surely the Bitle says "Thou safer if fire should? break out in

annual Christmas party for the I :working last Wednesday for the Lee Moorer Chessie Larry Vicki 'I of the family of Mrs. Seleta shall not kill" and it doesn't speci- the woods here.
,
W d., Thurs. Dec. 1. 2 I Commission and Michael Devrick Dot and Sal- Coleman of Starke. Standing are: i j fy whether human or animal.

Double FeatureAdventures class. social hour the Florida State at Blanding Improvement and Prissy- I jly Ann Epperson and the Fate| ((1 I to r) Mrs. L. A. Dyal. granddaughter I Think this over the next time you I : -
the
During i of Brooker; Bobby Dyal. write a column for the paper"j Ii
of MfRae is the nw secretary in.rUIIII' :'Brown family hear that Mary- : j
served refreshments '!'great-grandson. Brooker and Mrs. in detail. :
hostess celebrated their ; I would like to reply j
Patten's office. on-and Joe Arnold j
Robinson Crusoe on Mon- ,I"Albert< Sparks great-granddaugh- !I with Scriptural references, to thiS '! YOUR
10th wedding anniversary I
Lillian Stump and Del Colley I ter Gainesville. Seated Mrs. i i
are did not
Kerosene.Delivery the writer
letter but since
With Dan O'HerlithyAnd I for Alexandria, :Va. :day Maxine and Larry Gibson '
ten! Sunday Ii
I I i icelet-rated their 19th anniversary I Coleman holding her two great- I sign his or her name that is im-
this week of Dick
Service ''I' otthe guests
great-grandsons, Bobby Eugene I like to ask
'Ion and Wayne Blanken- I possible. I would just
Nov. 19,
.
MUTINY -1i-I nut Nookie: Fowler Evelyn Dyal Jr. and Lee Sparks, and her what have
WANT IT 'I friend however -
WHEN YOU L-----. down Lillian'sjob shp: celebrated! his 5th birthday my
With Mark Stevens and AngeliaLansbury tJritnn: is holding after- daughter, Mrs. J. F. Crenshaw of you to eat or to wear that has PROTECTIONIS
I
Contact Miss Regina Sue Witcher, at Stumps while she is gone anniversary on Wednesday I Gainesville I ? The
not first been slaughtered
Station Jerrv Witcher of home for the holidays are TomI noon with a party for 12 of his
ALS CARTOON Shell Service > daughter 01 little friends at his ,home on r Mrs. Coleman at the age of 82 i I farmer could not raise any crops I.
|Starke, will berome the bade of m> Slade and Johnny Kopelousos has
I Fla. I nine children, 55 grand- or gather any harvest if he did not
Lawtey, :C. W. of Mr. and Mrs.D. from Emory at Oxford, Cadet Sgt. Church street.
Thomas son
.. i Som- chydren. 60 great-grandchildren,, fight with his enemies. We have
Rev.
-- - to hear
-- Jan. I Butch Smith from Georgia Military Was happy OURPROFESSION
i B. Thomas, of Lawtey on mer's voice over the phone Tues-. and two great-great-grandchildren. had whole crops of roasting ear
7, 1955. College, Ann Johns and Agnes
the virus corn eaten by coons, a good por-
The wedding will take place in Lawson from FSU, Marcus Brown day after his bout with
Mrs. Chasteen tion of our pecans eaten by squir-
the Heilbronn Baptist Church. The from the Medical College of the for the past three weeks says
I much better and rels, crows, blue jays, shamshacks,
time will be announced at a later University of Miami, Martha Lan- he is feeling Hostess To Class
and flying squirrels. One year we
is back on
Lawson
F. and J. E. Pamela Faye
'd te. drum from U. of '
OnlyROBBINS' her feet too after being down last raised only 19 chickens out of
Denmark from the Emory Dental
I The Homemakers Class of the a'i
hatched. The hawks
I i week with virus New ones on hundred g
School in Atlanta. [ First Baptist church met at the
CrosbyGayMiss
the others. The come right
virus list this week are Roddy possums I
the
I Hear that Jewell Noegel, Dewey j Struth and Teresa and Ressie home of Mrs. J. R. Chasteen last into the chicken house and eat up 0

: Louise Crosby, daughter of Williams, Ed Torode and Jarleen I'm also to Thursday night for its regular I the chickens. Even if the house is |
Thomas, and
Can You Such.Specials Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby, and Landrum Williams are the luckyone hear that the whole Ford sorry Manning monthly business and social meet- locked, they dig and work until ]! You should have one of our

Bring Louis A. Gay, son of Mrs. L. H. so far to shoot a deer apiece i is sick with one thing or ing. Mrs. L. N. Pickering, teacher they get in. What are we to do |! Burgulary Insurance: Policies -

Gay, will be married on November heard that at the silver wed family of the class, eight members, about this? Sit back and tell them j I Ito

25! at 5 o'clock in the Avondale i. ding anniversary party for Henry another. I and three guests were present. help themselves? My friend, if I II Protect your home

Baptist Church Jacksonville. Thebride's and Ann Steffanelli last Eunday I'| Guess that's it for this week I Mrs. Lavern Outlaw presidentof you will give me your name and business and personal prop-
all have or had) a happy I
the tie that he hope you (
attendant will be her that Henry wore
only the class.
opened the meeting address I will send you plenty of
I sister, Mrs. Sam Bleasdale, of was married in 25 years ago a !,Thanksgiving. with a devotional. Mrs. Chasteen I Bible references to prove that I am erty.

Starke. Jessie Barrett of Jacksonville little bit fadel but still in good Carolyn closed with prayer. !right.: Constant Service: Since 1891

I the less during the I
will be best man. shape none
Mrs. Willard Williams presidedover Our number in Sunday School
No Invitations are being sent. party at the Stefanellis, they were 'Silver Anniversary I SENDFORJERRYH.
ALL CHILDREN'SRobin the business session. Plans dropped again Sunday morning j

All friends and relatives of the surprised when their brother, Sam I were made for the annual Christmas from 71 to 63. We understand that j I,

HoodSHOES couple are invited. Caruso and son, Al Stefanelli, [Observed By party to be held in the recrea- some were out due to illness. The I

drove up in their jeep with a deer Henry Stefanellis tion room of the church on Dec. Junior Class gave the devotionalin I C. WALL
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REGULAR over the hood that they shot
Executive'Board hung 16. A covered dish supper will be Sunday School and did a won

over the weekend in the scrub. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli I served to members, service mem- derful job of it. Rev. Higdon delivered -

S S PRICE The executive board of the "Gladys Weldon found out last,I celebrated their silver wedding an- II bers and prospective membersand the morning sermon and I AGENCY

Starke Woman's fclub will meet Thursday that she had been carrying I niversary Sunday afternoon at an their husbands. Mrs. Davis 'Jim Strickland the evening mes- I

4.98 5.45 Thursday afternoon. Dec. 2 at 3:30 around a diamond in her purse informal "open house." !Gassett Mrs. Dan Priest and Mr* Phone 146

o'clock in the club house.Lere'swhatt I that she had drawn in the diamond The Stefanelli home was attractively -i Robert McRae will be in charge of sage.We attended prayer meeting at I!!i 200 E. Call Street

FOR SCHOOL And 5.95NOW I hunt last week but had forgotten i decorated for the occasion arrangements.Plans Maxville last Wednesday and enjoyed i[I l Starke

to have it appraised at the time I made being with old friends there
with lovely bouquets of chrysanthemums were for a Thanks-

..' .r I there is still one more dia- in autumn shades. The giving basket for a needy family. again. On the way a big hog came ,

.tcff9M. r X-J-I1: mond to be accounted for Air- refreshment table was overlaid i Mrs. Chasteen, hostess, and Mrs. from nowhere it seemed, and hit : ;

; man 2nd class Delano Thomas arrived -' with a white linen cloth and cen- 'Don Patray co-hostess, served refreshments

home Monday from Lack- tered with a beautiful four-tiered'I at the close of the I II

land AFB. San Antonio Texas for wedding cake, topped with a miniature -I meeting. |I
20 leave and Pvt.
Jimmy
days
bride and groom. The cake I

Rowe is ).nme.on two weeks leave was embossed with yellow and W.O.VV. Meeting |

from Fort Jackson will report :
i green rosebuds and doves. The
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to Aberdeen. Md. afterwards I'punch bowl on a separate table Friday Night .
Cpl. Walter TomUnson of Fort
was set in a bed of fern.
39 t Jackson. S. C. called his sister I The regular meeting of the
Assisting Mrs. Stefanelli in serv-: WINTER SPECIAL
1. I Margaret Blankenship. Sunday ing were her sister-in-law, Mrs.j local WOW will be held Friday
evening after just returning froma Nov. 26 at 8 p.m. in the hall. A
j Anthony Caruso and niece, Mrs.
vear's duty! in Japan. I Mary Louise Shott, both of Jack- large class of candidates will be initiated -: 1 GAL PRESTONE

q The prize boo boo of the week sonville.Mr. with the Palatka Camp i

goes to Dolly Sullivan who after I and Mrs. Stefanelli received team assisting in the initiatorywork. ANTI-FREEZE 2.95

V ,,11 years of married life to the I 1 ,
For Boy and many lovely and useful gifts from
same man, couldn't remember the All members are urged to be I
their 35 during the after-
!color of his eyes when applying guests I HR-35 BC
present as this will be the last

Girls 'for a hunting license for him moon.t, I time that J. W. Yeoman local sec- I HEATER 29-95

i I she told the clerk that Lonnie's i I ictary and district representative, -

:eyes were blue and when she got :I II Stork Shower will meet with the Starke camp. ,

t,1 home with the license she found 1 Install Heater 4.50
All Ladies I tout :,For Mrs. Fields. Mr. Yeoman leaves soon to assume
Grateful public;thinks: that they were brown -- of :, his new duties as state managerof

Our plumbers have course she had to take the license !I Rev. and Mrs. Thomas G. Mitchell WOW activities in Arkansas. TOTAL PRICE 37.40

Aknackwifluinks."You've ]back to be corrected ,. see that
'Merrill and Hanson McMillan have I entertained at a delightfulstork ,,, I '"
SUITS ,
I shower Thursday of last Recent BirthsMr. !
FALLSIZES just GOT to get that started building their new home 1 I I
I i week at their Lake Shore home
plumbing fixed!" How many next to Hazel and Jim Ritch on; I I i
:;honoring :Mrs. Charles Fields '!i and Mrs. Shep Faber are SPECIAL ONLY 29"You
9 18 time, have you heard thotwordi' the new Blanding highway and!former Starke residentThe :1 announcing the birth of a son, I
? And how times Virginia Smith informs me that !(, (
many parsonage was decorated ,.Jessie Ellis, on Nov. 16 in the'Alachua ;
she. Jumus
Values up to $19.95 .- you thought to get on that into their lovely and new boys home are moving St. :with arrangements of roses in I General Hospital. j jI Save 7.45
on
II IIi i -- Buy Today
Ameche and call us? Why not Clair street on Thanksgiving Day.I I i(shades of red and pink for the oc- <
The
births have
do It now and get it onrith? .:casion. Games and refreshments!I following been
even if they have to eat hambur- I
[announced by the Starke Maternity -
1999iJi gers off the kitchen counter :were enjoyed during the party i ii I Il I hospital: Cars and Trucks -- All Makes

Mr and :Mrs. William i hours. I
Mahler have i I Mr. and Mrs. Sumpter Geiger of I

moved into one of the F. H. Long I.' Thirteen friends and relativeswere I I Starke, a daughter Mary Jane, I

apartments, the E. M. Griffis famiiv -. present with the honoree and ,'born Nov. 21. And Models

have moved into Nollman Cts. !i hosts. I I Mr. and Mrs. Mitchel Brown of

$ the Van McCrarys have moved ,I Lawtev a son, Larry Charles born .. .,.

i7rLr into one of the Knight's houseson !SCS Meeting Nov. 22.

Johnson St. the B. M. Coop- I Mr. and Mrs. A. L- Dixon of: HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR
CO.
I ers moved into one of the McKin- 1! The Board of Supervisors of the Starke a son. born Nov. 22. i

II I P1IONE41I-J nev's houses on Call St. the i Bradford Soil Conservation Dis- Mr. and Mrs. William Bradley I

Anthony Cermenaros have moved |trict will meet at Lloyd Green's of Starke. a son, Noonen Henry, Phone 69 Starke, Fla.

Jj: to the corner of Temple and 12th :,home on Thursday, Dec. 2. :born Xov. 22.






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t -- % -- Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Moyer of Mrs. Dave Paulk was Tampa I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy and I i I Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews will I Mr. and Mrs. E. Middleton, Mrs. J. B. Sapp Mrs. Guy Sale
I It 7 Jacksonville will be Thanksgivingguests I and Frostproof last Friday on :Mr. and :Mrs. J. E. Hardy and families have as ThanKsgiving day guests, Mrs. W. Q. Dowling, and Mr. and and daughter, Linda Kay. and }[rs.
of their son-in-law and ,business. I spent Sunday visiting Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mathews and Mrs. J. A. Budd Jr. and children John Sale were visiting :Mrs T. A.
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frow I i Mr. and :Mrs. Harold Hazelwood : Charles Hardy Sr. and Mr and daughter Patsy, ot Neptune Beach; I Patty and Mike, of Jacksonville Steele and Mrs. F. A. Moore ,.i
Mr. and Mrs. LowclJ MatLews' and :will be of Gaines\"ille Sunday.
Strickland. ere attending a football game in Mrs. W. H. Bryan and family in Thanksgiving day guests
Kathy Struth is spending this I Jacksonville Thanksgiving Day. I Gainesville. son, Dennis.of Starke, and Mr. andbirs. :Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Nesome are
i Joe A'.1>t'rtfJn awl son, Mark and Mrs. E. L. Matthews and Mrs.
week in Boynton Beach with Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hutchins are Mr. and Mrs. Merntt Williams I having as Thanksgiving day
and Mrs. Charles Tatum. I attending the Methodist Children's of Eustis and Tallahassee and and Bruce Mathews of Gainesville. !:E. S. Matthews. I guests, :Mr. and Mrs.: Moms Williams -
i| Mr.: and Mrs.: R. L. Richard of |! Home dinner and services at En- i Miss Martha Landrum of the University Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller and II Mr. and Mrs. C.-Nasworthy and daughter, Elaine of
I Keystone Heights, and Mr. and 'terprise' on Thanksgiving Day. of Florida, will join :Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tilley and chil- are spending Thanksgiving in Lake. City Mr. and "Mrs. J. E.
i Mrs. Arlen Gay and daughter. Mrs. J. C. Fogg and children Williams' mother Mrs. J. F. Rogers dren are spending Thanksgivingwith j i Brunswick, Ga. are guests of Mr. i Sanders of Valdosta Ga. and Mrs.
Janine, of Gainesville are Thanksgiving spent the weekend with Mrs. I in Starke for Thanksgiving. Mr. and :Mrs. Jim Brown God- I and Mrs. J. O. Dever. :Mary Bolick of Lewiston, Idaho.
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guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Fogg's aunt, Mrs. Florence Lyons, I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Adair of West win at the State Farm.
2nd LL Pat McGriff of GrahamAir ,
:Mr. and Mrs. Riley Wasdin and J Epperson. The occasion is also in Jacksonville while Mr. Fogg was Palm Beach were guests Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Tilley and i-
home
Force Base, Marianna, is
Linda went through the
daughter the birthday anniversary of Mr. hunting in the scrub. and Thursday of last week of son of Jacksonville are Thanks-
Parade of Homes in Jacksonville for the Thanksgiving holiday. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis are I Mr.ana Mrs. W. G. Haile Sr. giving Day guests of Mrs. Tilley's

Sunday. W. H. Nollman after four returned months home in Gay.Mr.. and Mrs Fred Guy and chil- spending Thanksgiving at Cedar I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman mother Mrs. Hattie Collins at the ROUND AND
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby, Saturday dren and Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- Keys. were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. State Farm. I SQUAREDANCING
N. C.
Jr. and children are spending Asheville kins Jr. and'daughter of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Davis left Miriam Kickliter and daughter Mrs. Steve Weldon and family,
Ben Rowland
Mrs. spent Sundayand
Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Monday in Bronson visitingher and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Roanof Wednesday for Charleston S. C. Dorothy Claire in Green Cove Steve,.Jimmy, and Martha, are I

M. E. Glisson in Jacksonville. They sister-in-law :Mrs. A. J. '\'bite.Mr. Jacksonville are Thanksgiving to be the guest of L. R. Gooding Springs. The Nollmans were supper Thanksgiving guests of air:; and I
will attend the wedding in the Day guests of Mrs. A. Z, Adkins. until Sunday. The first of the guests that evening of their Mrs. W. W. Shaffer of Tavares.
afternoon of Mr. Crosby's sister, : and Mrs. John.Arthur Torode son-in-law and.daughter-Mr. and!
Mrs.'CrDv\VUliams'attended the week Mr. Davis was hunting in William I3oyd and
Mr
Thanksgiving and Mrs. i
Louise Crosby+''to Louis Gay. and children are spending the scrub. Mrs.' Crosby H. Dawkins in Jack '
Tallahassee*,District Retreat of '
in the Scrub. son, Billy, of St. Petersburg are
Mr. 'and Mrs. H. J. Waters and i the Wesleyan Service Guild of the Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Faulk and sonville.-- -- "Thanksgiving day guests Of .]Jr. .
daughters, '''Suzanne and Frances Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Furlong and Methodist Church at White Springson daughters of Jacksonville Beach, Mrs. E. U. Charbpneau and Mrs. and.'Mrs.-W. H. Nollman.
Ford; ire spending Thanksgiving daughter, Joan, are spending Saturday'and Sunday. Mr. and }.{rs. J. B. Spencer of Eva Gilbert of St. Petersburg will
with Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Ford in Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs..: One Rack of Dresses, Jackets Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. Maxie spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Carrie EveryFRIDAY
Jacksonville. L. C. Lee in Waycross, Ga. Carter Sr. of Starke will be Ward and other friends here.
and Skirts, $3, $5 and $7 at Lei- MONUMENTSLOWEST .
US Dress Shop. Thanksgiving guests of the junior Mrs. Effie Johns and son Freeman I
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I,Carters at Kingsley Lake. Miss: Willie May Judd and I NIGHT
Mrs. Jim PRICES I
I Kenneth Clark of Atlanta is Yarbee spent Thanksgiving
spending the Thanksgiving week- day with Mrs. Johns' sister, FINEST QUALITYI
r DANGER! end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.I ,:Mrs. Carrie Smith in Lake City. I I MUSIC BY

E. Clark. I Mrs. Harold Norman of No Extra ChargeFor
is to Neglect Jack-I
It Dangerous
Cough from Common Cold Miss Barbara Colley is visiting sonville is spending Thanksgivingday Setting In Or Near I I CLAUDE BEDENBAUGH AND HIS

Dedicated To Community Service Chronic bronchitis may develop if 'r-er uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.: with her daughter Beatrice at I STARKEATLANTIC
"Movies Are Better Than Ever"If your cough chest cold,or acute bronchitis Drayton Colley this week in Wash- j Miami Beach. l ORANGE PICKERS
is not treated and you cannot ,ington, D. C. j Mrs. Leila Paget of Hollywood. I
Theatre Ad afford to tale a chance with any medicine Mrs. Lester Kite and Mrs. W. Calif. arrived ,
concealed in the Florida + Wednesday to spenda
you find your name less than Creomulsion. It i
potent
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSWe goes into the bronchial system to help ',L. Andrews entertained the girls\ month as guest of Dr. and Mrs. A Nuw' THE
loosen and expel germ laden phlegm and boys of the Christian En IJ A. LeClerc at Kingsley Lake. i
and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, deavor class of the Christian Mrs. Paget has just returned froma .:
cordially invite you to Sun, Mon., and Tues. tender,inflamed bronchial membranes. :Church last Thursday evening. A world tour. I __.__"- .._. _.
patronize our ConcessionStand Nov 28. 29, 30 Creomulsion blends beechwood I[weiner roast and games were en- One Rack of Dresses, Jackets : NEW KINGSLEY BEACH
sidewalk creosote by special process with other !1 joyed. I I MEMORIALS.IXC[ : .
from the 3 BIG DAYS Skirts,
t time-tested medicines for coughs. It hand $3 $5 and $7 at Lei- ESTABLISHED 1930
narcotics. | Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly andson > |Li's Dress Shop.
''
contains no
I Fri., Sat. Nov. 26 27 a Get a large bottle of Creomulsion at ; Sonny and Mr. and Mrs.;| Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Barbour of I 715 FOtiST ST. AD I. 50c
Double Feature your drug store. Use it all as directed. !Randall Chitty will be guests ofI : Tallahassee were Tuesday night II JACKSONVILLE FLOIIOA
I Creomulsion is guaranteed to please I Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Walters guests' 'I \, of
Mrs. Carrie Ward.
They
,
Adv.
refunds I
you or druggist money. 'Jacksonville on Thanksgiving. \
(were enroute to Orlando to spend
MORE Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Andrew
.. .. 51' Thanksgiving with their son, Don.
EXCITING < -- -- -< ,,were visiting in Lake Butler .
Sun
f ,and
/_: .: : family.
? THAN ; 1j. !day afternoon. !
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WHISPERING :Plus "Zerd the Herd" Cartoon andUtest I THE RIGHT POINT for the j

tr SMITH'( I'' World News. COLONIALFLORIST> way you write. Come In and M I I II ALL ITfES OF
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f its NO ADVANCE IN ADMISSION I lect your favorite ESTERBROOH

I. .. tiC) Fountain Pen. Only $247 at PEST CONTROL I _
RUDOLPH SINK I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEMr. -

....I-O I and Mrs. Charles Beasley of TERMITESHousehold '
iLake I Alfred were Sunday guests -
Dec. I. 2r
Wed, Thur FLOWERS I
lJ/DO'm/ W.% WARNER BROS. ......., "> 'of Mrs. O. L. Beasley and :Mrs. J. -SPRAYINGCall CommercialGROPE

\ ,, KICKEV For All Occasions Kineaid.
w-vTechnicolor 'I'V'Mr. and Mrs. Fred Selley and for estimate

BEATIYSPI1LANE f PIIONE'218 children of Fernandina were Sun I Florida Pest Control
I day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert

MISSING--And- i AND 3-R1NG IG GIGANTIC CIRCUS HE'S STARNOWICINEMASCOPE A MOVIE (j) I I Green.Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty and I 2220&N.W.Chemical 6th St. Ph.Co.6035 I ost ine

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,daughter, Gerry, are spending Gainesville, Fla. en
I I i I Thanksgiving with their cousins,

PASSENGER DISH GARDENS ,ville.the Milton St. Peters, in Gaines ,

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ALL STAR CAST WARNWCOUJRSlttEOPKOHlC SOUND POTTED PLANTS Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas

Plus "Cats, Bait" Cartoon and @ I. (and daughter, Kathleen, and Mrs. .] i iI I
Chap. No. 6 Serial. MSOSfAWHMDATVDDICU .nne "' POTTERY'I j Irene Roberts of Palatka, mother
lAI U OKItn HUB EDMftO GUM lof Mrs. Thomas, spent the weekendin
C. S PARTIN __BOOM IQ1WS ..1111aWARNER... Flowers {WiredAnywhere the scrub and plan to return
........ws own) !! CRAKT BROS. I
I I there over Thanksgiving. t
COMING SOON :IPlui Flight to Fini h" Cartoon i i Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Turnipseedand ac

{and Latent World Next*. sons of Columbus, Ga. will be x power

BLACK WIDOW .,,DON'T :MISS THIS ONE Nona St. Starke 'weekend Adams. guests of Mrs. Carrie L ,,;: .; i

h __ ? ", J. e .go"r Mr. and -Mrs. W. S. Vanderlip,
d -I Jr. and daughter, Dawn returned'to .. i
their home in Decatur Ga. on h :

.. Saturday after spending five weeks ..
1 with Mrs. Vanderlip's sister, Mrs. ,, to
Harry Mooty and family while Mr. war

(j Vanderlip Florida was on business.traveling throughout CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON

Mrs. M. T. Warren had as week-
about this question
.,,, lend guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. War-
ten of Jacksonville and son, Jimmy I have shied away from Business
,from the University of Florida.

B I K t I Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mizell and my Interruption store because Insuranceon of the First introduced exclusively in
daughter, Martha Ann of Jacksonville
-
a4'; .
I complicated forms. Does your I
are
Mr. and Mrs.Thanksgiving A. L. Alvarez.guests of agency have this new Earnings Shell Premium Gasoline, TCP is now in
where I
Miss Voncille Clardy and Jack Insurance simply

r Clardy of Zephyrhills were over- buy the insurance ($1000,

night guests Saturday of their $2,000, etc. per month) I needto regular grade Shell Gasoline, loo.

t ; sister, Mrs. Carl Hunter and carry thru if fire, wind or I

Q d family.Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Haile, Jr. store explosion shuts down my I Gives. performance never before

.- and daughters and Mr. and Mrs.Ja.ck .
Haile and son, Mike, of
Miami arrived Wednesday to spend I possible with a regular grade fuel
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs
Charley E. Johns
.. W. G. Haile, Sr. I
Robert Green and J. D. Doyle g
t attended the All-District I
meet of
the North Florida Ritualistic com- I & Son i TCP, Shell-developed additive If your engine 'customarily runs '

1 mittee of the B.P.O. Elks in Live AgencyPhone j that overcomes the greatest cause on regular fuel and is being robbed
I
Oak on Sunday. They were ac- of power loss in the majority of the of power by deposits-you'll now
companied by Mrs. Green and Mrs. I
Doyle. 13 Starke, Fla. cars on the road today, has now get performance never before possi

Mrs. W. J. Epperson and daughter ................... A 1 been blended into regular grade Ale with a regular grade gasdi te.

t Sally Ann, are spending Fri- I Shell Gasoline. ., ShellGasolinewithTCPgivestheseI
day and Saturday in Tampa with
relatives. a result, engines designed to engines an increase in power and
A sensationalnew (
PA l'/lrby i Jimmy Ritch is spending I I, operate on regular gasoline can engine smoothness, an increase in
the DOZEN j iThankSgiingth his cousin, John j t fashion in : '
I Ritch on Lake MitchelL j benefit two ways. First, TCP additive -, spark plug life, an increase in mile- "

I Acting Governor and Mrs. Char- p_ 'i'iI I "fireproofs" combustion { age. And you'll get these benefits

ley; Johns of Tallahassee were din- !, the second
chamber deposits, effectively conbefore f you've finished
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. ;, --'
Steve Simmons. i j, f... I i trolling pre-ignition. Second, by l tankful. t

start here. Ralph Traynham of Baltimore : changing the deposits the spark fo Because engine deposits form

Md. is visiting his uncle and aunt : ;; plugs non-conductors of electric-1 |( constantly, continued use of Shell
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr ,
It is the annual egg production that counts- this week. 5 ity, TCP additive stops misfiring.l Gasoline (regular grade) with TCP

not the number of eggs you get in any one day Dr. A. Y. Covington was in Jacksonville I"I i Each plug fires at the is essential to retain its benefits.

or week. You need big rugged hens capableof of the Monday health as.officers a representative section- ''| F -T- ; should, preventing fuel waste. Now at all Shell Dealers.

laying day after day for a year's time in order in conferring with the State Board | I
of Health on proposed revision of ( i TI
to come out on the profit side of the ledger. records. ( .
% *Jg j I
One Rack of Dresses, Jackets i II I
Security Egg Mash is built to help you main- and Skirts, $3, $5 and $I at'Lel- : 1 $2rr. S36soT, I .

SECURITY tain a steady flow of large, Grade A eggs and L'1..s Dress Shop.T. I SUPERJII + l pow IN epTy ,
H. Slide was among a groupof I s
maintain good condition. Careful ingredient se prominent Methodists attend- KEM.TOIljE h t -- .

lection expert research facilities and precision ing the first meeting of the Committee i i I
Applikay adds shimmering ,
of 100 Methodist Laymen,
manufacturing are your assurance that Security ,at Emory University recently. \ design to freshly painted Tndca..tlatI

helps birds for production.MAS 'The newly-formed association of j Super Kem-Tone walls. It .ddipri I
you power your b, I Itt
!men from nine Southeastern states i i comes ready to use and less I Re karc0, I'it1Ye I

,'ts composed of those whose leader- than a quart of Applikay isenoughfortheaverageroom. !
ship in the lay work of the church -

,, has been outstanding. i Stop by today and let us .; .. H..., ..y I.
I .',/. -:v.i' > / %:2. f.. .7ft nt.- /
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v I show you how easily you ,/. U/ :-: y> .>""11V4-; ;' .f.P'PREMlur (;- -, < !

AnrK rtS. TROUBLE SHOOTING can create lovely, personalized :
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I i .. designs that have a silkenlustre '
Joe Martinez that shimmers and fl a't.. [ E3 ; m'i J

I YOUR BEST FEEDING BUY Electrician changes with the directionof It 1 1t
I light and angle of view. t

SECURITY I MILLS of JACKSONVILLE Inc.WE I: Electrical Do Any Kind Repair Of STARKE

I, House Wiring, Etc. ij i Jonn A. T de Jobber i

DELIVER TO YOUR FARM j Builders SuppliesPhone : U& IP ,

\ When in Trouble Call Me
Jacksonville Fla. 45 at S.A.L. Depot !
170011'. Church St. Phone Laura
Starke Fla. Phone 84 Cherry & Madison Streets Starke, Fla. !
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PAGE SK BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 26, 1954 'l!

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NOTICE OY INTENTION TO i.
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that the i
undersigned under the provisions of i
Chapter 20.J5S Laws of Florida. It t
Acts of 1941. will register with the ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and .
for Bradford County State of Florida
upon receipt of proof of publication
I
of thiS notice the fictitious !
name of Dixie Motor Court & Restaurant
under which we are engagedin
business at Temple Ave. (U. S. !
111); Starke, Fla That the parties
Interested in said business are: Winners
Turkology
Newell B. Zepp and Eleana M. Zepp
Temple Ave., Starke. Fla. Dated
this 6th day of November A.D., 1954,
at Starke, Pradford County, Florida.
11/5 4t 11/0

]. ClrrBtl Court Bradford C*. ty.FlorUet .
IB ChMerr.
Helen B. Graft Plaintiff vs. Gary
Allen Graff. DefendantCase
No. 10.755
Order Of P.btlratiu Ant Notice T.
Append State Of FI rU. Tot .
Gary Allen Graff whose resident -
and address. is: Caundl ull.,'New

'Tk.ou are required to appear on ,
December .'ust. in the above named .
Court and cause wherein plain- ,
tift seeks divorce and restoration -


ri publish weekly Bradford farmer Issues.this name.county Order lelegraph In next shall four MRS. J. C. SAPP I MRS. W. E. HALL ETHAN A. SAPP


Witness my hand and official seal

at un Starke, Florida, this 4 November, Rou.te 2 Starke, Florida Route 2, Box 188

OFFtOlAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
Clerk of said Court Lake Butler, Fla.
By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk Starke, Florida
Chas. It Hess 204 Guaranty LifeFldg. "WHY I INTEND TO SHOP AT HOME THIS
.
Florida.
Jacksonville "WilY I INTEND TO SHOPT} HOME THIS
for Plf. 11/5 4t 11/6 ,
Attys. 'WHY I INTEND TO SHOP AT HOME THIS

CALL FOR BIDS CHRISTMAS" CHRISTMAS"
Sealed bids will be received by the
City Council of the City of Starke,
at the City Hall in Starke, Florida, CIRISTMAS"I
until i JO P.M.. on Tuesday November believe in supporting home industry first, and I intend to do my Christmas shopping at home
JO 1954, at which will time and I believe that when we shop at home we really this Christmas because of the friendly, courteous
place all bids received be publicly
opened and read aloud, on the I believe in trading at home because it helps to service accorded me by the merchants of this
boost little town. We the in town
,
our keep
following: money
town. There
is
a feeling of friendliness and cheerfulness
One crane mounted en a 6x6 carrier -
keep all of our religious and social functions.
capable of handling six tons which helps I everybody concerned. It.is moreconvenient up in every place of business: that I haveshopped.
as a crane. Independent boom
hoist adjustable hook rollers and Trading at home also helps to build friendships The merchants also bring their cus-
machine cut gears, power up and especially for working folks. By the tomers the highest quality merchandise at the
power down. Fully equipped for and fellowships and enables us to know each I
clam and dragline and operation.cubic A time you figure your expenses, time, and cost, it lowest possible prices. Also, they are the ones
25 leot boom 3/8 yard
capacity drag bucket and 3/8 cubic other better. who have promoted the growth of our town whichwe \:
yard capacity clam shell bucket. is more economical to shop at home. take such pride in. :
'
Cab equipped with safety t
glass. Crane engine gasoline op- iIi
erated. Crane Carrier shall be .
equipped with a gasoline engine
having a cubic inch displacement
of not less than 270 with full six-
wheel drive, five speed transmission -
dual range giving 10 speeds
forward two in reverse. Equip
ped with 10 8.25x20 mud grip Urea.
Cab to be over-engine design with ,
safety glass and adjustable seats.
Bidder shall state delivery data
The said City reserves the rightto

accept City of or Starke reject Florida any or all bids. TURKEY HAS BEEN AWARDED TO EACH OF THE Ii
By Carl Johns City 11712 Clerk.3t 11/26 A NICE THANKSGIVING ABOVE \WINNERS .

_
IfOTICK TO APPEAR
IB Circvlt Court Bradford Cttiaty.FUrldai .
IB ChBrry.
Dorothy Ella Walker, Plaintiff VS.
Claude W. Walker Defendant. ,
Case No. 10-751
N tlre T. Appears

residence To: Claude and W.address Walker is: Unknown whose CORRECT SOLUTION OF PUZZLE GIVEN BELOW\
wit Tau for are hereby netttled'that a ---

Divorce, custody and control of ,
minor child
has been filed against yon In Jie ,
above named Court and cause and 0'
yea are required to serve a copy of
tsar answer or pleading to the ,
complaint on the Plaintiffs
,
Attorney T Frank Landrum
Starke. Florida,
lad file the original In the office of I
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 6 day of Dec, 1954;
otherwIse the allegations ot said
Complaint will be taken as confessed
by yom.
This' notice shall be published

once graph.weeks Dated each la .Bradford this week 3 for day four of County consecutive November Tels, Andrews Motor Company Starke Hardware Company Brownlee & Chasteen

1954.
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
.Clerk of the Circuit Court .
By Marian U Crosby. Deputy Clerk
11/5 4t 11/26


!.Florida ClrcBlt HOT1CB!Coart.. Ckaarery.-TO Bradford APPEAR Co..t,.. Denmark Furniture Company Western Auto Associate Store S. R. Johns Grocery

Lawrence Henry Oallas. Plaintiff,
vs. Patricia Gallas, Defendant.
Case No. 10-750
Netlre Te Appear
To: Patricia Gallas, whose residence
and address is: 8316 Kingston .

Avenue suit You Divorce for,are Chicago hereby 17, notified Illinois that a Suwannee Store Conner Bros. Insurance Agency Wells Electric Service


has been filed against yon 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 Plaintiff
Attorneys Dandelake, Dawson & '

and Scott file ,the 106, Florida.original Smith Building In the Jacksonville office Chas. C. Shepherd Radio & T.V. Bobbies Ready-To-Wear TheWasheteria

of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor
before the .
( day of December 1954:
otherwise the aueKiuuus or said
Complaint will be taken as confessed
by you.

rl once This.craph.weeks each notice week in the shall for Bradford four be published consecutive Count Koch Drug Store Williams Jewelry Gib Brown's Service StationH.


Dated this 3 day of November,
19S4.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
, Clerk of the Circuit Court
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy clerk


V'I'm Circuit. NOTICE Court._TO Bradford APPEAR 11/5 4t Coaaty 11/26 C. Wall Agency Harry's 66 Service Hardy Brothers Motor Company

KUrldfti I. Chaartry.Joyce .
Anne Sams, Plaintiff, vs. Ros- .
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coe J. Sams. Defendant.Case

Notice To: Roscoe To Appear J. Sams, whose No. 10-745 resi- R. B. Alvarez & Son Transfer and i

dence and address is: Unknown New Method Cleaners Furniture Company'
suit Tau for are hereby notified, that a

Divorce
has been filed against you in the Storage
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 '


and the Jacksonville.Lloyd Clerk file the Bass.of original the 302 Florida Circuit Clark In the Court Building office ODor of, Barksdale's Department Store Warren Construction Company L B. (Red) Alvarez Service Station

before the 6 day of December.
1954; otherwise the allegations of ,
said; Cemplalnt will be taken as confessed -
by you
This notice shall be published

o&ee weeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele Alvarez Store EsL 1894SimpsonUrquhart ,

graph.Dated this 30 day of October, 1954. Charley E. Johns & Son Agency Gay's Home Appliances

(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Ey Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
11/5 4t 11/26


Florida IB Alice Circuit Edwards NOTICE la hurt Caaarerr.Karnes TO, Bradford APPEAR, vs. C.uty Alfred. Pontiac G. J. McGriff f- G. E. Appliances Edwards Grocery & MarketWarren's

Grant Karnes DefendantCase
No. 10-753
Notice To AppearTo
Alfred Grant Karnes. whose
residenre and address is: Route 3,

alt Crab Divorce for Orchard are hereby and, Kentucky.You restoration notified. of that former a Ed Simpson Gem Jewelry Volley Starling Grocery & Market Super Shell


name __
has been filed against l you in the
above named Court and cause and
you are required to serve a copy ol
your answer or pleading to the com-


plaint and T.file on Frank the the original Landrum Plaintiffs in the Starke Attorney office, Florida of Recreation Hall Farm, Home & Auto Supply Central Florida Gas & Appliance Co.

the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the t day of December,
1954; otherwise the allegations of
said Complaint will be taken as I
confessed by you.


Telegraph.This weeks each notice week in the shall for Bradford four be publishedonce consecutive County I Leila's Dress Shop The Farmers Supply C. H. Driggers Furniture Co. I


Dated this 3 day of November,
1954.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
1115 4t 11/26
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TORNADO ZIPPER BINDERS

S rims $1.50. Bradford County Tel ,

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1954 BRADFORD ,COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
FRIDAY .NOV mER 26,
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Revival Services TTTTfTffTTTVTTVTTfffY'TfffTTVTVY'TVTTTTY'TYTTfTfTTfT was a high day with Rev. Nelson TI our way; His love provides my every
guest evangelist as speaker for the Though dire my want, and keen need. I
OF INTEREST TO COLORED
Start Monday NEWS evening; worship. The young people ', my creed. Lorraine Good
I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy I of the church have been organizedfor j
At Hampton Baptisti I a rally; Louise Broxton and E. 'j'I -

I Ozora Johnson, EditorlAiiiiAtiiiiiiAH Givens are co-chairmen. According I,
,.<; ?}. ; '"
.:'''' ".1 I to the reporter, B. J. Lennon, '! MOVING
,- A A A A A A AA AAA A A A A A A A A AA A A A AAAAAAAAI1IANKS
,: special services will be rendered ;

"ENCORE" president is making rapid progress.The all day Sunday, Dec. 12, by the -
Many of the colored citizens of men have made a display youth of the church. The effort is I
I LOCAL
Safe
Church At The TabernacleIn I
PHONE
Presbyterian Bradford County have expressedtheir table for the school, while the women for. general improvement of the i
Ii OR .
i appreciation to the editor I are making table cloths, scarfs physical conditions of the church Dependable
Saturday, Nov. 27, 3 p.m, Adult the regular Tuesday night j LONGDISTANCE
I for the opportunity to have a small uud other useful articles for the and parsonage.Mt. I Economical 311
Choir practice :prayer service, Thanksgiving was I place or part in the Bradford uome. Principal S. C. Price is Moriah will hold regular i
Nov. 28, 9.45 a.m. '
Sunday observed by each one present County Telegraph. With such a pioud of her community school services on Sunday November 23,1' R. B. Alvarez OR

Sunday 11 ,School.broadcast Morning over Worship\VDVH. bringing a favorite ThanKsgiving privilege we feel it our responsi- organizatin and her assistants, with Rev. Demps, pastor in charge. \ Agents For TRANSFER AND 250-J

"Being a.m.True to the Gospel. Youth verse with comment and testi- ility to support and purchase this 'I B. J. Lennon and B. H. Cambridge Lay Leader L. Royal is asking alii j Delcher Bros. STORAGE CO.
i paper. The following boys will be voice her sentiments. loyal members to be present to all
6 Robert and There were and I
Fellowship p.m. mony. poems spe-
selling papers in your community.Give Hampton school has organized a services. 'i
Leslie Humphries, and Gerry Gib- cial instrumental and vocal music I them your patronage or sub- ''I P.T.A. and Hobby Club. The reg- New Bethel Baptist Church choir STORAGEPerryman

son, hosts. Evening Worship 7:30P appropriate to ihe season, also a Is I scription today: Alfred Baker, ular meeting is held every third No. 1 will present the Mt. Sinia
m.. "The Wedding of the King'sSon. Ii
." Thanksgiving message by the spon- I Dan Fleming, Eugene Smith, Ches- Tuesday. Principal Taylor and District Choir in a Jubilee Song

Tuesday, Nov. 2.1, monthly meet- sor. All were reminded to attend ter Crum, Clifford McDuffie, Clif- I J. Williams, assistant, are inviting Festival on Monday, Nov. 29, at Bldg S. Court St. Starke, Florida
ford Hudson, John Givens, Lester aia patrons to participate.
S The
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p. general public is cor
at
I
Ing Board of Deacons, 7:30 p.m. 1 the Union Thanksgiving service
Jackson, Davis Frazier, Oscar I Lawtey Training school has a ,dially invited to attend. Mary Roy-i
Wednesday. Dec. 1, Praver Meeting the First Christian Church Thurs-
I Lewis, Nathaniel Robert Lee, Clif- I wide awake P.T.A. that meets al is in charge of the program and ,
and Bible Study, 7:30
p.m. day morning. ( I ford Baker, Lonnie Cole, Joe Mur- once each month. The Hobby will render several selections. i!
Thursday Dec. 2, Junior Choir
Morris Brackman Jr. will lead phey, Jimmy Scott, Otis Single- Club has been meeting each Thurs- There will be no admission. A sil- LET US REPLACE THAT LEAKY ROOF
3:30:
practice p.m. the coming Saturday night meet-i tary. The girl carriers are: Betty day. Many useful articles have ver offering will be taken to help j
ing. There will be music on trumpet Evangelist W H. Brown of Tren-1 Covington, Annie Baker, Essie Mae been made by this group. Prin- in the purchase of choir robes. BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME WITH ASBESTOS
Christian Church accordion, violin and piano. service b> Tony and Mae Ganzalez.i'Aycock, Joanne Britt, Mamie Lee cipal Anderson and his faculty are U. J. E. FACULTY j SIDING

Last Saturday night two special I at the Hampton Baptist Church, I Bennett, Mamie Coleman, Ruby very pleased .over the good work. WILL PRESENT FLAY: ,
Kev. J. E. Sherwood, Pastor musical numbers were bya Nov. 29 through Dec 5. A song''I Lee Hall, and Dorothy McDougall. Brooker school will organizethe "Strictly Confidential," a comedy ROCK WOOL INSULATIONS
enjoyed
Sunday 9:45 a.m., Bible School service will begin each night at Watch this list grow Who will P.T.A. before the close of the in three acts, will be by I
classes for all ,ages, C. W. Colson youthful performer who winsome 7:30' o'clock with Edward Saxonas I be the carrier of the year ? ? ? year, according to an announCe- the R. J. E. teachers. The presented play will S II A TERMS NO MONEY DOWN -

superintendent. Morning Worship day 'make a name .for herself song leader Special musical I This is a good way to earn your ment from the principal A. G. be directed by A. B. Nathan. Rehearsal 35 MONTHS TO PAY
6 in the musical world. She already numbers will be ,
11 a.m. Christian Endeavor p.m. presented at each 'lunch money for school Moffett.
will be held at 7 p. m.,
Bible Study and Prayer Meeting, shows great promise. A service by Ton and Mae Gonzalez. R.J.E.
SCHOOLS NEAR COMPLETION P.T.A. has had two successful Monday, Nov. 29, at teacher's cot- See Us Now
7:30 special speaker will be at the Tab- i Pastor Merle Packham extendsa :
Wednesday
p.m. Lawtey Training and R. J. E. meetings this year. S. tage, Pine and Cypress Streets.
I Woman's Council, 1st and 3rd I ernacle on December 4. Full details personal invitation to the publicto new school plants are almost com- Royal president. The next meet-
CURRENT EVENT DAY
Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m. will be announced later. attend each service. plete. What a wonderful "New ing will be Wednesday, Dec. 1. HELD EACH FRIDAY MANOWN' & SCALESCONSTRUCTION
I Years" gift for approximately 500 Come prepared to participate in the I II
_. '_ _-_ ::. -_ '_ ,'__ : ::-_-: _=:fi-= ::. { Methodist Church eager elementary and high school "Guessing Game". Principal E. I All Bradford County Schoolchildren j

I youngsters. Watch this paper for Thompkins has already asked the are asked to read the' CO.gET .

Sunday Nov. 28 -- Church the announcement of "Open House"by P. T. A. to purchase a grand piano Telegraph each weep so that you
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke School 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship I! Hon. H. P. Morgan, superintendent for the new.school cafetorium.1 may be alert on our National and i On Court St Starke, Fla.

11 am.. Recreation Time 5:30 of Schools and the principals, They have pledged 100 percent international affairs. A public
p.m. Fellowship Supper 6:15 p.m. Anderson & Thompkins. support to this request. quiz contest will be held m the

Worship Service for MYF 6:45: p. HEALTH CREED AWARDS LIKTHDAYS OBSERVED spring: and all the questions will

m. Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. The 7th grade class of R. J. E. Dianne and Sharon Kelly were c-e made up from the news as it I

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor Tuesday WSCS Prayer Group taught by Alvin Williams, .internee -honored in a birthday cleebrationon appeared in the Bradford County
9:30 a. m. Wesleyan Service Guild from Florida Normal '& November 17. at the home of Telegraph. Valuable prizes, will be

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town 7:30 p. m.Wednesday. I Industrial Memorial College were E. V. Singleton. Shirley Ann Scott offered. You don't need "Time",
Children's Story: ecently awarded certificates of celebrated her natal day on November "News Week" or any other maga- US GIVE THANKS:
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Hour 3:30 p. m. Bible Study and ,I merit by the supervisors for learn- 23 at the home of her zine -- you can read it in the local
I Prayer 7:30 p. m. Commission on ing and pledging to keep the parents. There is no fun like party paper. All social studies teachersof
-1 1I I Education 8:15 p. m. Health Creed. Similar awards have fun, ice cream, cake and favors. the upper grades are asked to

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. Thursday Youth Choir rehearsal been made at Lawtey Trainingand GIVING encourage students to read all
6:30: p. m. Chamber of Brooker schools. We hope this "It is more blessed to give thanto editorials, educational items and For the favored position of our nation

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Uniol 6:45 P.M. Commerce banquet in recreation I. will serve as an incentive for.better receive." The Junior Red Cross 'stories of political importance. I I For the advantages of our own com-
hall 7 p. m. Chancel Choir Rehearsal habits. and practices in our Drive is on. Mrs. E. A. Hall, repre- QUEENS CONTESTWho :
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. I 7.30: p. m. schools.Lantey. sentative for Starke, is asking all will be crowned queen of munityFor

Quartette FeaturedThe classes to enroll 100 per cent. The R. J. E. Elementary and High
._ _- -_,,_ -_ :_-__ .. _..._. -_-_-.,--_ 'i-;; -,, .J.i.... ;..... j i ,YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY largest attendance at the material has been distributed to School on December 4, 1954? ? ? our personal! blessings.And .

New River Community meetingwas all schools. All parents are askedto Support your favorite contestant! let us seek to be worthy of all these

LAWTEY% from patrons of Lawtey school, give your children as much as THANKS TO GOD I II I benefits-national, local, and personal -
C. C. Anderson principal. They possible to support this organization. -I My heart is filled with thanks
l were congratulated for being a Too much cannot be said I today I .
REVIVAL I I I by L II. Futcb loyal and cooperative group. The about the services rendered by the For all good things God sends
i! AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMallie members of the quartette are: A. American Red Cross. In a similar I

B. Anderson, E. Burney, M. Turner, manner Mrs. Kite is asking support This bank will not be open fee
Prevatt of Jacksonville and Z. Jennings.P. for the Christmas Seal Sale. I business on Thanksgiving Doc.a .
spent the weekend here with rela- T. A. & Hobby Club Chit-Chat Santa Claus buttons and bangleswill FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S !

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH tives. Wateroak school has a drive on be given to all students. A I I
Rev. and Mrs. C. F. Cumbee Jr. to complete payments on the kit- package of seals, will be sent to all I
were shopping in Jacksonville last :chen range, president Desue is homes and a donation is expectedfor JUST ONE

HAMPTONNOV. Saturday.Miss I asking all members to attend the same. We are not selling seals I FRIGIDAIREMade a
Adel Dinkins of Jackson next monthly meeting and pay but asking you to give generouslyfor
ville spent the weekend here with delinquent and current dues. The those you receive. Watch this i only by General

29TH THRU DEC. 5TH I I her parents, :Mr.! and Mrs. L. F. Hobby Club under the leadershipof paper for the announcement of the : Motors Corp. All other
Dinkins Sr. Miriam Tyson has made many ,basket-ball game that will be given : Electric Refrigerators are
worthwhile articles so far. Principal for the Seal Sale. Your admission made by other companiesand C 1 o
HEAR EVANGELIST The L. H. Futches, accompaniedby I I
Mrs. A. D. Crosby of Starke M. E. Roberts announces a will be by Xmas seals only. I cannot use the word
special Thanksgiving Dinner for SPOUTS: I
visited in Gainesville last Satur- Frigidaire.
the pupils on Wednesday, Nov. 24. The R. J. E. basketball teams,
day afternoon.Mr. The Florida Bank at Starke brings you the latest United
Patrons invited to if and
are attend boys girls have started prac- ;
and Mrs. C. R. Crews moves Press world news on Station WDVII at noon
they wish. Assisting in the total tice for the season. On Sunday, Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE summary
to the State Farm last week where program are I. Jelson, special ed- Nov. 21, coaches Shell, Butler and each Monday and Friday.
Mr. Crews has ? ?
; been employed for ucation, and R. Donald, primary Thompkins attended a planning'meeting '
some time. The Misses Hilda I
and
teacher. for setting up the schedulefor THEN SEE
Linda Crews will stay with their I' Thurston P. T. A. has the dynamic -' games. Watch the sport section tNSllFLORIDA
grandmother to finish the BANK t STARKE
term. school leadership of Henry Bryant. of this news for the first game. i, E. H. SMITHTenth
IA They have done much this year CHURCH NEWS !!
Members of the H. C. Harley toward: school beautification. Reg- Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church:
family, accompanied by Mrs. A. J. ular meeting, Monday night after We welcome Rev. John Groover 'I, and Temple Ave. S Member Florida National Group

Starling, were visiting in Brice- the third Sunday in each month. our new pastor and wish for hima I Starke, Fla. 4es.Dt' ,
J ville last Saturda ". The Hobby Club with C. Bryant as successful year's work. Sunday -
'
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wright of ---

0 Lani.runi, S. C. are visiting Mrs. \

z Wight's sister, Mrs. H. B. Ar- ,
!wood, and Mr. Arwood. Mrs. Ar- ,
,wood and her guests went to :Miami
on Thursday for a visit of several .
days with the George Arwood family lit
'
Jj.a .

P M: a".d Mrs. Horace Cox of
a .!lark onv 1'e were unday dinner

guests of Mrs. Cox's parents, :Mr.
cici: :Mrs.! P. L. Dinkms Sr. I

M and; Mrs. Frank Wells and TkAN-1I1Jtf/

iauv nter, Nina, spent the weekend r
.
"u with Mrs. Wells's mother,
A* !:'if/ e Miner. The Wells moved

:nu okcechobee to Orlando last

<:e,. where Mr. Wells is employed.
\. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips of s
ixuiiiavilie; were Sunday dinner

.,ui.", of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.: ,
[IV. J Phillips.
I \\ C PhIllips of Waldo: was also
; visiting the O. J. Phillips on Sun-
t da} afternoon.

W. H. BROWN Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of
I
Webster spent Sunday with his

OF THEXTOl'FLA I mother, Mrs. V. R. Reddish. All
I jf Mrs Reddish's children were
I dinner guests of their mother that I

day. I i j -
Little Miss Mary Jac Pons of : .
Tallahassee visting her grandparents i > -

Inspiring Song Service Each NteAt / Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Red-I j -. .,..,... _.
dish, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and
7:30 I
son Kenneth of St. August ne andMr. 3

By The Congregation and Choir and Mrs. Phil Shuford of Pa-
latka were guests of their mother,
Mrs. J. S. Shuford, during the

EDWARD/ SAXON weekend.Friends of Mrs. Seme Prevatt

egret to hear that she was" taken
Song Leader I seriously ill last Sunday while

'I visiting at the home of her daugh- A Look, A Ride and You'll Decide-IT'S THE HOT CAR FOR '55 !
ter. Mrs. John Brown.
Solos, Duets and Special Music Each Friends of J. J. Smith, a patientof I ,

I Night By I' the Veterans Hospital at Lake We've heard it a thousand times from people who come Then let us show you the price story-the facts and figureson '

,that City, he will is toe reported interested improved to know at 1!) in to see the '55 Pontiac and stay on to price and drive it- how little it costs to give yourself the wonderful thrills of

TONY AND MAE GONZALES I this writing. "Pontiac's the hot car for 1955!" Pontiac ownership. If you can afford any new car you can

(I Friends of Rev. C. B. North, of Let us show you thh 0 Ie story of this all-new General easily afford the smart and powerful all-new Pontiac-ultimate

I Cedar Keys, and a former pastorof Motors Masterpiece. Come in and admire its Vogue Two-Tone proof that dollar for dollar you can't beat a Pontiac! !

,I regret the to Lawtey hear that Methodist he has suffered Church color styling. Step inside and lean back in luxury and comfort! !f

: The Church Is Well Heated For Your !from a heart attack since attend- Look out through Pontiac's sweeping expanse of glass. IHln GREAT UNIS-AU WITH STIATO-STtlAK V-$ POWEII I

: I I'nsr Pastors Conf"renee at Lee Then let us take you for a drive. Put Pontiac's Strato- THE FABULOUS and STAR CHIEf SERIES-Luxury-tar sire, t
Comfort beauty purr at O lowest cott!-124-inch ichee&ate <
burg during October. Rev. North Streak V-8 through its brilliant Feel its
paces. powerful stride THE SPLENDID 870 SERIES Leader of itt low-price range in I
I hoTws to be able! to resume his as you move away; sit back and relax as it sweeps you silently lengA, luxury and"or1MlW-122-ind wheelbase ,
Nursery Open Each Nite For Your duties on November 28.
pastorial
along. Notice how this great Pontiac does everything but THE BEAUTIFUL, 860 fER1E-HigiutyluM high power at
I The City Politics seems to be I
a the lowest.
I near
price
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Convenience drive itself 1 _
,warming! ua since last week. The ; -you simply guide it, completely 1 at ease.

following have placed their an- I
'nouncements in the window of the .

R. A Griffis Store Building since I

Pastor Merle Packham Extends A Personal last writ;ng for Council members Simpson Urquhart a Pontiac
,H C. Kelly. O. J. Phill ns. Mitchell -
Invitation To You To Attend Brown. Charles Dinkins. J. E.

,_ 'i",,---.. B. E. Reddish and Sumter j I. NEW LOCATION S. WALNUT ST. PHONE 67 P. 0. BOX 248 STARKE. FLA.
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BRADFORD COCKTY TELEGRAPH. STABKB. FLORIDA
FRIDAY. KOVEMBEB 26. 1954

Lurid Sex And Crime Comics Get AttentionOf County Increases
once each week for four
I Home DemonstrationNotes Tom Moore Show weeks In the Bradford : 1954.(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charter A. Darb1
Keystone Heights Citizens CommitteeA Savings Bond Sales ,4 traph. C.InS8CUtlT'1 Clerk of the Circuit Court I

Dated this 23 day of By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.,-

Keystone Heights Citizens' The group is also emphasizingthe I S. L. Peek Jr., Savings Bond : 11 26 4t 12

Committee was formed recently to positive approach. It encourage Chairman for Bradford County \1v8 To Come HereThe

foster the elimination of sex and parents to read to their children I has just received a report of Octo- byDOROTHY !

crime comics and other similar and to buy them good books. It I ber sales and the county's assignment ROSS I I

books from the town's stores. :has adopted a slogan: "Buildinga I for the final two months of fg) Home Demonstration Tom Moore radio show, : Christmas SPECIAL

The group, sponsored by the Better America Through Edu- : Agent I True or False will be broadcast j

PTA, is made up of representatives cation." 954.October sales in this county from Starke on the night of Friday -;

of various civic organizations and They also advocate the parent amounted to 7668. For Novem- By Dorothy Ross! become one of our traditional Dec. 17, according to an an- 17 INCH USED

churches in the community. Committee reading the comic book before their ber and December Bradford has Home Demonstration Agent foods. The American cranberryis nouncement yesterday by Mrs.

members made personal child does. been assigned a quota of $23,132 to native to Nova Scotia, Marian Howe Chamber of Commerce -

visits to the merchants handling I The group is also considering an help Florida reach its goal of $71- ThanksgivingNow Canada to North Carolina and secretary. I

comic books last Friday and Satur- adult education plan. One Key- 600,000 for the year. is the season of the year westward to Wisconsin mostly in Mrs. Howe stated that the show 95

day urging them not to sell any stone merchant told the group that Chairman Peek is pleased to I when everyone is concentrating on low. swampy sites that flood in would be staged in the USO audi- I TV

immoral or sadistic literature.The adults are the biggest customersfor note that for the first ten months being thankful for all the blessingsand winter and drain in summer. torium and will be open to the .. 74

Keystone merchants have his sex and crime books. The of 1954 total bond sales in Brad- good things that have come Did You Know that public. Acting Governor Charley I

indicated their willingness to cooperate group hopes to impress upon adult ford County reached $86,584 a their way which is to be followed Roasting your holiday turkey in E. Johns will be present and take *

with the group and the readers the example they must set 43.77 gain over the $60,221 purchased -I shortly by the season of giving aluminum foil will save you hours part on the program, she said. I

committee hopes that all offensive for their children. They also hopeto during the same period in'' gifts yes but also thanks /or the I of precious time and hard work? More complete details concerning -

comic books will be removed from inform adults not familiar with 1953. He expressed hope that birth of the King. The turkey is self-basted in all the the presentation wjll) be an- 21 INCH USED

the shelves by this weekend. comic book material on the extent Bradford Countains would step up Christmas Parties good juices which are held in the nounced next week Mrs. Howe!

Several persons in Keystone of its corruption.The their purchases in November and Two Home Demonstration Clubs foil wrapping. Prepare turkey as said, ,

Heights have suggested a town committe approves comic December in order that this county have already started planning their usual except the stuffing bakeit

ordinance forbidding the sale of books which have stories and char- would subscribe to its share of Christmas "arties. The Heilbronn separately. Wrap the turkey I !95

offensive books to minors, but no acters similar to the comic stripsin the state quota. Club plans call for a family affair carefully in foil and place in a.. Experiment Station (obtainablefrom TV99

action has been taken along this newspapers. Its aim is to where the whole family will joiq shallow, flat pan. Place in oven' the county agent) gives details -

line. The group feels that volun- eliminate only the immoral and Trail in the seasonal yuletide fun of and roast at 450 degrees for the on methods of applying *

tary action by the merchants crime-glamorizing books. Ridge Club games exchange of gifts, etc. The required length of time: 1-4 lb. bird methyl bromide.

should be sufficient but it might Members of the committee are: Awards Turkeys family night will be held at the roast 1 1-2 to 1 3-4 hrs.; 4-6 lb.

take such action in the future if Dr. A. J. Holl N. Watson Harden-I Eldon Sapp home. bird roast 2 to 2 1-4 hrs.; 7-10 lb. NOTICE TO APPEAR i 90 DAY WARRANTY

it becomes necessary. bergh Jr., Elmer Livingston Ger- I Continuing the custom established The Brooker Club plans a Christ- bird roast 2 1-4 to 2 1-2 hrs. In Clrcelt Court Bradford Cooatf,

Committee members feel that an ald Culberson, Miss Gertrude K. in 1952 the Trail Ridge. Social mas luncheon at the Community Open foil during the last 20 Florida! lit rkmtrer
Cornelius F.
I'etrucelli, Plaintiff,
ordinance may be necessary to Houser, Mrs. Frank P. Egan Miss \ Club at Humphreys Gold Corporation Hall at which members and guestswill minutes of the cooking period for Anna Petrucelli, Defendant. vs.

protect the merchants who are Cleva Carson. Mrs. Elbert Altman. recently held its annual enjoy plenty of food and fun that attractive golden brown colorso To Cas.e No. 10778Notice CHAS. C. SHEPHERD

now Joining the movement from Mrs. Freemont W. Tolles, and rhanksgiving Turkey giveaway.All and exchange of gifts. desired. : Anna ApprmrtTo Petrucelli. whose re.si-

unfair competition. Mrs. H. L. Morgan Jr. club members some of whom Election of Officers A cold soup is a nice first courseto dente and address is: :25-37 Pedford I

I are now at the Highland plant, November is the month for the precede a hot main dish. Suchas \Street, New York N. T. TV Radio Seat Covers
You are hereby notified that a 1 Upholstering
'54 Pecan Heilbronn Club were eligible for the contest. The election of club officers, accordingto this one Cold Tomato Soup uit for

Crop i ten winners were: E. S. Beebe, D. a new ruling adopted by the which is made with 1 can con- Divorce custody, control and Starke Fla.
Met At McRae HomeA support of minor child ,
W. Brown R. R. Chism C. W. County Home Demonstration densed tomato soup, 1-2 can evap- been filed
nas the
against you in
Crews. M. M. Griffis, R. P. Rogers Council. Members elected to office orated milk or coffee cream. Pour above named Court and cause and I
special work day for the I
Proves A
FlopThe Heilbronn Home DemonstrationClub F. J. Stewart R. L. Thomas, and were: can of soup into bowl. Fill empty you four are answer required or to pleading serve a copy to tbt of

I L. E. Whitehead. The winners I Brooker Club: ft President, Mrs. tomato soup can half full with complaint on the PlaintiffsAttorney

poorest pecan season in 18, at was the held home last of Mrs.Thursday B. M.Nov.Mc- .have a choice of a turkey or a hamto IT. W. Markey; vice president Mrs. I milk or cream and then finish Starke, Florida T. Frank, Landrum I'! Sell Ii Rent It Trade It
Blair Mrs. Tim Rogers
be supplied by Starke food ; secretary, ; filling with water. Add this to
years seemed in prospect for this: Rae. Mrs. E. L. Cox president, a 'I and file the original In the office at I
store ,treasurer Mrs. W. E. Bigham; the soup. :Mix with spoon then the Clerk or the Circuit: Court on
aiea as M. R. Juud manager ot presided over the business meeting. j council delegate, Mrs. Dave Green: beat gently with beater. Cover and .before- the I WITH\ A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow
the Starke State Farmers Market New officers for the coming year Mrs. Lottie Edwards. 27 day of December 1954;
I and reporter put in refrigerator to chill. Servein otherwise .the allegations of said
announced that the final sale will l .were elected. A Christmas party I
[The chairmen are clothing, Mrs. or small glasses. A bit of Comolaint will > e taken as contess- I
be held here at 1 p. m. on Thursday was planned for the members and g4. I Mattie Sowell sunshine. Mrs.Howard .' cups !id by you I Rates Good Results tiasy To Place
I ; on the top givesa
thyme sprinkled
Dec. 9. their families at the home of Mrs. This notice inall be published

only 2,154 pounds of nuts were Eldon Sapp.At Wait. nire added touch. once weeks cirh in the wrfk Bridford for four County rnnsecuiivt Tele. I !0 WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION - 50
g4.I'il Heilbronn: President Mrs. E. L. Milk contains the "Keep Young"vitamin ;
offered at the second sale of the the noon hour a covered dish graph. EACH ADDITIONAL WORD ZeDISCOUNT
'ox; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. B-2 riboflavin. The Dated this 23 day of November
season held on Thursday Nov. 18. luncheon was enjoyed. After which Mrs. 1954. OF is PER CEXT o\ TWO OR MORE ISERTIOS2So
council
Eldon Sapp; delegate cold tomato FOUD is a good way
I OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daroj
Due to the slim volume prices Miss Dorothy Ross Home Demonstration I
I You are to be commended for B. M. McRae; and scrapbook chairman of getting milk into your diet. Clerk of the Circuit Court
averaged several cents per pound agent gave demonstrations By Marian L. C'osby. r*mitv Clerk ADDITIONAL FOR LID ADS! OR ADS KOT PAID IS ADVAKCBMEMORIALS.
higher than on the opening sale. in wood burning stencilingand the fine 75th Anniversary Edition.I I Miss Edith Moore. Brad crumbs instead of flour 11/26 4t 12/17 .
for thickening make a sauce or a
$tuarts ranked first in price witha Swedish embroidery. Attrac- am passing one copy on to the ,Cranberries !NOTICE TO APPEAR CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS, fOe Per Line
library here.H. When the Pilgrims landed at creamed mixture a more delicate 10 Circuit Court, Bradford ( .
'ounly.Florida
range from 34 to 38Vi cent-per tive items for gifts and decora-
COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH
found mixture. You'll often find cl1Jmf.sncpd In ( LINE)
a Chancery.Mathilda
T. Grace Plymouth Rock they I i
pound. Curtis ranged from 25 to tion for Christmas were made. ,
the in recines to replace part or Hoogestraat Plaintiff vs.
34 cents; Success from 28 tQ 29Vj There were nine members present. Florida Southern College thornless vine growing over Herman Hoogestraat. Defendant.Case ,
of the coast. nil of the flour which is the usual I
Moneymakers from 29 to 31; Seed. The next meeting will be at the Lakeland Fla.I low swampy areas No. 1779ollce FOR RENT-Two room ",
red unfamiliar satire thickener.You To AppearTo Cabin. Hot water and elt'ctriclty"
lings from 27 to 27Hi! ; and Tesch home of Mrs. T. N. Norman the On the vines were berries : Herman Hoogestraat, whose furnished. Stars andStripes.
have just had the pleasure of i and unpalatable raw but can obtain additional infor- residence and address Is: I'nknown. Inquire
.
from 15 to 17. Mixed sold for 31 1st Tuesday in Dec. !; Uchg FOR SALEMODERN
cents seeing your 75th Anniversary issue. : highly valued by the Indians. The mation and bulletins on Home You are hereby notified that a
per pound.So Mrs. J. W. McRae suit for
It is a splendid and I Indians the early settlers ton Economics subjects from youriwomo FOR SALE-Young Turkeys, Toms
production taught Divorce, and control of
I custody
far on the two light sales Club Reporter i I 35c lb. liens 45c lb. at farm. 2 AND S BEDROOM
held here only 3,604 pounds of extend my congratulations to you e cranberries which have since TVmonstrfltion Aeent. minor childrenhas Weights 12 Ihs. and up. OPALS
I
been filed against you in the
TURKEY FARM Florabome, Fla.
nuts have been sold. This is in and your associates on such an above named Court and cause and Phone Ml-4-4221. lchg Homes
marked contrast with 119,603 Cancer Crusade outstanding accomplishment. I Stepped-up Plan To Co:mbat Bangs Disease I you are required to serve a copy of I In

pounds that had been sold by this ,Volunteer Workers I C. E. Bell, Vice President I i Announced By County Agent G. T. Huggins your olaint answer on the or pleading Plaintiff's to the! com-I FOR land.SALE 645 ft.4 frontage acres open on Highway fertile

date last S.A.L. Railroad Company T. Frank Landrum. Starke 301. 4 miles north of Starke. Five
year. Will Meet Dec. 1 Norfolk Va. *nd file the original in the officer I room house garage barn poultry PINEHAVENSubDivision
The light volume is blamed on I I I Good news in the form of additional the Clerk of the Circuit Courton house. 22 ora n2'l". 10 Japanese persimmons -

!ast summer's prolonged drought federal funds, has come to are two reasons why the govern- or before the 27 day of December 7 plum trees. Rt. I, Box
Mrs. Pauline Torode chairmanof Your 75th Anniversary edition servIce 1954; otherwise the allegations 24, Lawtey. Up In Starke
vaccinating
ind hail storm combined with the local cattlemen who are troubledby ment is providing .>f said Complaint will be taken as ..
fact that this is the normal. "off the Bradford County Cancer was an outstanding job; I think brucellosis or bangs disease. free of charge. confessed by you. S
the finest of its kind that I This notice shall be published
vear" for yield. Crusade announces that an educa- thing in their stock. County Agent G. 'I he disease can be picked up by once each week for four consecutive A. J. Thomas, Starke Fla. Low Down Payment

tional meeting for volunteer workers have seen in many a year in this T. Huggins announced a plan this ''I attie in several ways. One or the Greeks in the Bradford County Tele HAS With F.H.A. Financing '

CARD OF THANKSWe will be held in the court room business and far surpassing any dis is the con- graph. ,
out the dreaded most common ways by !
week
to wipe Dated this 23 day of November S
similar effort I have seen in either FOR SALE
on Wednesday, Dec.J. at 2 p.m. It is known as undulant sumption of contaminated food 1954. |
wish to extend our thanksto Mrs. Anne Franz field repre- the daily or weekly field in Florida. ease. I tOFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby; Two Bedrooms $7,000.00
and water. It can'also be spread
fever in humans. Clerk of Circuit Court I :\ew home !a Saratoga SleIght.to I
I tne
tIle firemen of Starke for their It is a splendid thing to witnessat Three Bedrooms $8,000.00Investigate
sentative from Jacksonville will disease has been steadily oy flies and gnats, infected bulls By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk I: Mark* DrlTr oat Madlso.Street .
fine services in putting out our close range the high professional Bangs 11/26 4t 12/17 to Prevatt Avenue Inca S
tire: Also the neighbors and be the guest speaker and will I technical, and ethical increasing during the last few old carcasses, newly purchased riicht. :New paied street and paved I
animals or in people's shoes. 1 NOTICE TO PEtflIn I fcldenalka leading to SolidlviKinn. Before You
friends for their sympathy. Thank explain the plans and purpose of standards uniformly maintained in years. The program will begin Circuit Court Bradford County Honked reasonably priced i Purchase
The Chas. Hesses with vaccinating calves that are There is no cure for tangs disease with Vand Fill financialavailable. Your New
you. the program and show movies. The Telegraph. Florida In Chancery I I IValeria
Dennis Mason between six and eight months 1>1d. in cattle. It must be \\'hippeby \' Cole Ingram Plaintiff. vs. i I Home
There will be a question and an- William Frank Ingram. Defendant. .
Gainesville Bureau Eddie Allen of Hampton is the thorough vaccination of calves Case No. 10-777 314 acre. 408 fed oa S. .TOI. S

Young TURKEYSAlive swer period for individual parti- I Florida Times-Union first applicant for the service.It when they are at the proper age. Notice To Appear.To j i I ideal location for home motel or I
cipation. that during the remainder -I : William Frank Ingram. whose other ronnnerrtal development. I For Complete Information See
or OvenReadyPhone is hoped Dr; Delaplane also conducts residence and address is: l"nknown.1 Price ':a-oo.oo.

Mrs. Torode urges volunteers to very interesting and well put of the year there will be I blood tests free of charge of cat- You are hereby j I I.
MU-44221 40 arrr of food pasture and Joseph D. Warren.
contact their friends and neighborsand I together. 175.000 calves vaccinated in Florida. tle that have or have not been suit for divorce custody and control :I timber land % mile from paved '
minor children and
of restoration
Opal's Turkey Farm urge them to attend this R. E. Wilson I Calves will be vaccinated free of vaccinated for bang disease. Dr. of maiden name ;i I highway: Price $50.00 Brr acre. 'I WARREN CO 'ST. CO.

Florahome Fla. : Florida National Group,charge, and all the vaccinating will Mullins now makes a slight chargefor has been filed against you in the; For the**' and other bargain "*e P. O. Box 787 Tele. :
above named Court and cause and 415WStarke
meeting. i Jacksonville Fla. be[ done by accredited veterinarians. this testing of cattle, but in you are required to serve a "oPY ofj I I i

I I The program will be administered the future the state hopes to have your answer or pleading to the complaint j A. J. THOMASREALTOR I Fla.
It was during childhood days Research on the Plaintiff's Attorney ;
my the USDA Agricultural
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-- = I money appropriated so that this T. Frank Landrum Starke. FloridaIntl j
-- -- I recall my grandmother telling Service in cooperation: with service can be carried on free by file the original In* the officeof > J04 Temple Ate.. Telephone :11Siarke. ACCORDION, 120 bass, all plastic

I me the story about the death of the Florida Livestock Board and all accredited veterinarians. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on i Florida Australian silk oaks and Auntrai-;
before the 27 day of December. 'I
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE Ilersey Mitchell as I would sit the Agricultural Extension Serv- i 1954 or ; otherwise the allegations of lan Mrs.pine.Robert Phone todd.3971, Keystone 2tp 11. iS,
in the chimney corner and listento ice. The USDA Veterinarian I said Complaint will be laden as confessed j RADIOS REPACKED

Get Set For the Better FallPrograrnsNowCorningon her relate the day he was hung. supervising this area in Dr. Frank How To Combat I I by you. i All Make All Model. I FOR SALE-100 ft. lotb on Stat.
..
This notice :na bit published !
-teasonable
charge p.raateH Highway 16.
I/TH Also the story of Harmon Murrayand of 1301 N.W. 6th St., In i I Contact Dora E
Delaphane Damping-off CHAS C. SHEPHERD Sullivan, Gen. Del., Starke, or I
his terrible deeds I shall Gainesville. Dr. Robert Mullins /_ _, : :.f : 3i :"J j 'fl* W. Call St. Starke Ph. 239 mile east of town on Old Kings
,I always cherish this 75th to vaccinate Vegetable Seedbeds i ley Lake Road. 3tp II,2k
has been designated j

sary issue of The Anniver'I''I'calves in this area. Requests can Electric Motors 60 ACRES improved pasture 131

I RADIO L.E.P., 1152 W. 4th St. be made through either veteri- Damping-off is often a very USE bearing pecan trees. 2 dwellings.

: Jacksonville Fla. narian or through the countyAgent's senous disease of young vegetable i REWOUND AND supply numerous plentiful out buildings with auto.water ele.'.

t-.L: : ; AND office. plants in seedbeds according to i I pumps. 125,000. Write I'. Lets<-h, .
Your 75th Anniversary issue Dr. James Montelaro assistantvegetable SERVICEDSmall It. 2, Box 91, Starke (Pradford C...)
disease causes more
: Bangs Good tfchg _
[I symbolizes the role of the weekly crops specialist with the
TELEVISIONSales I to broke than any
farmers go I Appliance Repair
I: newspaper in serving the commun- I Florida Agricultural Extension FOR LEASE-New Modern Sinclair '.
'ity. other cattle disease, and it's a Service. I General Machine Work Station just completed in Key -
stone Heights. Fla.
fls I terrible disease in humans. These I on State Highway -
L. R. Campbell Dean I i Caused by several soilinhabitingfungi I no. Phone 124 or 822-J
Starke.
Fla. tfchg
School of Journalism the disease is most destructive Service andProducts
17-inch TVMahogany I -

179.95 and Service !I I FSU-Tallahassee, Fla. :.County HospitalAdministrator I I in periods of high temperatures All Work Guaranteed LET J. D. OnOM. JR. '
Reasonable Rates
high soil moisture and high
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224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida Anniversary Congratulations issue. on It your was very 75th j:! I I humidity. A rapid buildup of the I I CATTLE- SALES AVD_HOGS

lIs 'On The Ground'I organisms is encouraged by overcrowding Lire Oak Each Wednesday
_M interesting to those of us who are I i and RED SEAL Galae..vllle Each FridayWHITE
-- i : plants repeated use I
newcomers to this area. | ALL NEW EQUIPMENT TO I tf
A resident wi'l call Bradford of seedbeds.
A. N. DeanEmployee |I new GIVE YOUR CAR THE BEST ELECTRIC & MACHINE
"home" this week as II WAITRESS
County The disease causes rapid wiltingand WANTED -
I Relations SupervisorlIumphre's I Now
Kingsley Beach.
Gold Corporation he settles here to take over a very dying of young seedlings in SERVICE : SHOPF. tf

important part of the community'slife. one or more somewhat circular Courteous FOR SALE-&&0 acre farm with modern -

He is Dr. R. E. Edmondsonwho areas in the bed. If attacked i W. GRAUDON house 1 mile North of LawIcy -
fine plant Service I on C. S. 301 within
Congratulations for a job. Friendly, Prompt mile of
will be administrator of the i before or shortly after germinat-I I Owner Manager Humphreys New Highland Plant.
: Youjoa will that flu Lura Burgess Mohr it See owner W R I Strickland tfchg
when .
agmo Ponca, Nebraska.My Bradford County Hospital ',ing, even best quality may : 106 Washington St.-Phone 397
is completed. fail to produce a good stand. Plants I FOR SALS-Good quality Angus
Starke I'la.i
Dr. Edmondson is presently j attacked but not killed are weakened EXPERIENCED, EXPERT i Freezer Raby Beef slaughtered: for Home
great great! grandparentswere Reasonably priced.
McCULUCHModeI47ChainfbrOnQman) '
from Starke and I have particularly serving as assistant administrator and may not recover rapidly MECHANIC FOR MINOR FOR SALE-New 8 x 8 x 16 Con Phone 285. Doyle E Connw. tfchg

of Alachua General Hospital in I enough to produce healthy trans- AUTO REPAIRS I crete block. ISc. Cement 11.40 per ._ .
.
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75th Mortar -
enjoyed Mix $1.25 -
reading your bag. per bag. Ii ____, _,_ ___ __ .
caw ig mal"POWrhougg" Anniversary issue. Gainesville. Dr. Edmondson Is ,plants. }*'ad ford Enginering Co., phone _-_ _. ___.
a {! connected with all phases S{ Starke. IfIIl'OR
Barton JohnsEducational directly : Dr. Montelaro says good seedbed I
of the hospital's work. and he has I FILL DIRT
RENT Unfurnished
Director I management is necessary for !I house. Inquire
assumed full responsibility for its Let Us Give Your Car ;: at Bus Station. UCOt2TRT
State AlcoholicRehabilitation i economical control of dampingoff.He .
logging onlu That Fall FOR SALE r
Program 'operation on various occasions.He recommends the following prac- CheckUpFIRST CtREDUI!
$295.00 has also served as assistant FOR SALE DIRT
LIcht.e'&IIt' and Avon Park Fla. tices: I S CHEAP ,
Posrful Del I administrator of the City Hospitals STARKE ICE CO. tf
It fell tnd bods S-n. Trsdalipw I Use land rotate
i tree lanlatitii. new or seed- LINE Phone 308-J ,
.Six model..with Uidtl ilisn Your edition is one of the best in St. Petersburg including the I beds in old land. : SEE THIS! GREAT DISPLAY OK

fTMil4to4r.CoailaMd l we have received in a long time. 175-bed Mound Park Hospital. 40- TIRESBATTERIES AZALEAS Starke, Fla.TOLLARDS .

trj tt;yottH wit till It' _c It will be of murh service in this bed Mercy Hospital for colored, Select a well-drained location and ): all aura I \
I use a raised bed for fast drainage S Ift-Inch Size H-SO Dozen >,..r- > n
i library to those interested in Brad- and the 40-bed Mound Park Hospital -( AM 2.V. S .o, T5r, tiJM. 'I.V, S2.00 '.J.- '- r-- Jp
ford annex. During the seasonal !!during periods of heavy rainfall. Each and Up A.I' r-A n- A-u-E \
County.Julian .. j Practice shallow cultivation to I HE'tUERtZ.LE.\ Plants
C. Yonge operation of the annex, he ..as. incomplete IJ j'areate the soil after heavy rains. I I i fitHDE.X & .MHSEHT for sale-C c. Wynn RFD 1. Box
Libra'rv charge of all operationexcept Pauline Earl.. Colllnn 3. 2tp 11,2
of Fla. HistoryU j ; I
ASK TO SEE NEW J. the service. Do not keep soil wet by over- ACCESSORIES P. O. Box:; 1W. Earleton. Fla.
of F, Gainesville nursing I
tf ,FOH IE"'T-Tbrep
ro ms nicely
,f Dr. Edmondson worked with the irrigating.Use -,; '-;- furnished electric kitohen Duo-
PLUNGE CUT BOW i architect on the building of two good, viable seed. I F(>H SALE-Ideal hunting and fishing Therm heater. Middle age ladyor 'I
Recent BirthMr. camp site on Mundy Creek couple only. Al I new hospitals in St. Petersburg Treat seeds with thiram, chlora- nt-ar mouth of Suwannee Rir"! r. three rooms nicely fu.rujsbed.space .

ATTACHMENTOregon and Mrs. Ed Altman of Atlanta and he has served as hospital con- nil or bichloride of mercury or Electricity arailable. Community beater, electric kitchen. !.
dor-it. 4 mile from highway. $306. Adults only. Xm. U M. Clark:.
Ga. are receiving congratu- I sultant for the trustees of the fumigate the seedbed soil with 1 Termb if desired. C. V. Ingle- I Take left road at Call St. bridgeit t

lations on the birth of a son on Bradford County Hospital Cor- methyl bromide. i rieht. Starke Itp Is now being paved. Beosent
Road. 1 mile to my sign. Rt 1.
Nov. 10. Mrs. Altman is the former pcration. "If you buy seeds already chemi- [FOR SALE-19 acres with four Box 2-('. tfchK: ,

Chain J AvailableFor Patsy Benton of Starke. He is married and has two boys, cally treated," he adds "you won't ru'.m house and out buildings. See
Wiimont Starling. Rt. 1. Lawtey. FOR SALE Good IIofa-J.f'd SlO.OO.
nine and 11 "
old.
one one
years need to treat them yourself. I
II Fla. 2tp 11/2S call Dot Sheppard. 335-J. Up I
Dr. Edmondson received his While I
methyl bromide
fumigation
All Makes of Saws
W. C. T. U. higher education at the U. is fairly expensive, it more 'WEAR A SPIRELLA for health. BOOMING BUSINESS makes opening -
available for
responsible man
S'I I style and comfort. A demonstration
Coast Guard Institute where than pays for itself. Growers have in your home without obliga- or woman with car to call on

was a graduate in engineering. He reported savings by reducing seed- t 'ion 'all Mrs. Malpaum, 8-2)51. farm women In Bradford County.
THANKSGIVING 1954. Waldo. : 12/10 Full or spare time. Opportunity
,has attended a short course in ing rates by 50 per cent or more tp to make 140 a dar. Write McNess
FLORIDA SAW COMPANY "ENTER INTO IDS GATES .
I Hospital Administration by the on fumigated soil and producing FAULKNER'SService !FOR SALF.-In Lawtey Fla. former Company. P. O. Box 276 DeSoto
WITH THANKSGIVING. AND INTO Station. "'..mohil.. Tenn. 2tp
12/3
2727 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville American College of Enoch Oriffia 4
Fla. Surgeons atBellair. plants for transplanting several home. acres, 3
HIS COURTS WITH PRAISE; bedroom modern house several
earlier than where the soilis WILL FELL to responsible
days party attractive -
and fruit trees. Total
BE THANKFUL UNTO I Station j pecan price
HIM.
-And-
While he was in the service he not fumigated. Methyl bro- 17.75V. $1,750 down balance at 6% all new suburban home with

1927 N. Marion St. Phone 1675 Lake City Fla. AND 100:4.BLESS HIS NAME" PSALM I was instrumental of three hospital in the preparation facilities- wee m'd(>s. fumigation also .controls Phone 245 Temple Ave.. j Contact tey.interest.Mrs.May Joyce be paid T. Futch like, Law-rent.lip Small.conveniences Mr down*.'W.payment H. N'ollman on no large, closingcost. Starke.lot I


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