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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 4, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Pt New Bern> Accepts Bid Of $175,000 For GeneratorsCommissioners






Vote For New Policy Junior Club Gives Check To Hospital Council Reverses Former Action And




Designed To Curb 'Private \Work' Q;- I Decides To Purchase Used UnitsSome

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TIlE ENTHUSIASTIC GROUP that gathered in the courthouse Monday I Acting on a motion by Chairman Camp, requested that the Board .:. .. k;;. shrewd bargaining by the Starke City Council resulted -

to formulate a beautification program for highways and streets Bishop the Board of County Com I grade two roads he had deeded, to ......',.\. .'h.'F,., '. this week in an agreement to purchase sorely needed

in the county is shown above. i missioners last Monday voted the County and level a "borrow" '\V \ additional power generating equipment at a figure $25.000

-Polaroid 1-Mlnute Photo by th,. Telegraph- I unanimously to strictly control the J I''I pit, which resulted from the excavation under the price asked.
of dirt him to \
use of county equipment and elimi- given by }
nate all so-called "private work." the County. .... Counciman W. T. Jackson and
Over a score of public spirited different trees and shrubs were The resolution, seconded by Commissioner After -a discussion, the Board .1 Chairman of Bond Trustees Titus sembling to installation in a new

residents from every section of suggested such as orange and E. L. Crawford, states: I voted to grade two "existing" Olson, authorized by the Council building, amounted to $393,300 in

the County met with the County palm trees, and azaleas,. oleander, "Any work other than the actual i roads, "if feasible", and to level if flew to New Bern. N. C. Monday the report made by the engineers.

Commissioners last Monday"the dogwood and crepe myrtle, point- grading and maintenance of existing : the "borrow" pit, which Wolf esti- I and entered a bid of $175,000 for However, as this was based on a.
courthouse to discuss and formulate Ing out that it would be unwiseto roads shall be done on a work' mated would take only about 'an five 1,000-KW used City of New cost of $200,000 for the generators

plans for beautification of the plant and then not water later. order signed by the commissionerin hour. Bern generators. Although, New and as they have been purchasedat

main Bradford County highways. One idea brought out was thatit the district in which the workis In other actions, the Board votedto Bern officials had held out on previous $175,000, the total will be about

After Chairman Bishop of the might be well to have a Plant to be done and by the road : I occasions for a $200,000 $25,000 lower.Purchase .

Commissioners outlined the objectives ing Day throughout the County, superintendent, and that the work Install a cattle gap, to replacethe t price Starke submitted the only of the equipment will
of the plan, and other at which time each district would orders shall be inspected by the loss of one caused by the con- 't tt.1' bid. and on Tuesday night it was be financed by the sale of revenue

members of the Board endorsed it, work on its own project. Another I Board at each first Monday of struction of a road. TilE JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB this week set the pace for other civic accepted.The certificates, which will pledge the
several ladies acting as spokesmenfor and level the Council's action reversed city's income from the sale of
was that a competition between, every month meeting". Straighten play- a
groups when a check for $too was presented to the new Bradford
various Garden Clubs told the various districts might en- It was passed after a short discussion ground at Hampton school. : decision made last week to pur- electricity.
bf their hearty approval of the courage one section to out-do the with Bishop expressing the Level ground. between the USO County Hospital! now under construction. The money was earned by chase two new 1.000-KW units. Ina Present bonded indebtedness of
idea and active in Starke the Junior Club through its Thrift Shop project and Mill, be used to last Starke of about $120,000 consistsof
support. ,
promised others, as a means of stimulating view that it would help the Boarddo and Armory buildings special meeting Friday
Acting upon the suggestion of community interest and pride. a better job and save the tax- which is to be used for schoolI apply on the purchase of lobby furniture for the hospital. In above night, called to re-consider the 180,000 for paving, and $40,000

Bishop, the delegation met later Speaking of the littered condi- payers thousands of dollars an-I I playground. f photo (left to right) Mrs. S. G. DenmarkIrs.. J. R. Kite (receiving problem, as a result of a petitionof for sewerage funds.

and elected Mrs. M. F. Hazen, tion of Florida highways Rev. nually. Chairman Bishop suggested that check for hospital! trustees! ) l\1fi..s. E. Simmons, Mrs. J. :\Vickers, over 40 prominent businessmen, Present city light plant capacityis

Starke chairman; and district Hall of the Pine Level Baptist Earlier in the meeting, CharlesH. a meeting be held with Starke officiate Mrs. II. II. Adams, Thrift Shop chairman (presenting check), and the Council voted to buy the used now inadequate for Starke's
chairmen as follows: Mrs. T. J. relative to the problem it generators on the basis that growing needs. It will be even
Church, said that it was most Wolf, Jacksonville, who owns Mrs. T. C. Hazen. All except Mrs. Kite are members of the Thrift I
Alderman, Hampton; Mrs. J. D. noticeable after recent about 60 acres of land in Indian charging the city for road work Shop Committee Starke's critical need for additional more so, when the new hospitalgoes
a
Doyle, Starke; Mrs. James Gnann, trip Beach Unit 3. on Santa Fe Lake, done, so as to have a consistent I electricity would be met for at into operation it alone will
Theressa; Mrs. Equilla Roberts, through nine states. A Board member just south of Barnhill's Fishing policy on the matter. least 10 years, and the problem of require 150-KW, or about 10 per
Graham; H. C. Kelly, Lawtey; Mrs. brought out the fact that thereis County Judge C of C DirectorsNix financing the operation would be cent of the existing capacity -

Tullie Norman, Heilbronn. a State law against throwing Holds Plea Day simplified.The new schools and homes are completed -
This elected Beautification Committee rubbish along the highways: and City Seeks To Cut Annual Fuel Council had been advised in and air conditioning equip-

set Friday (today) as the that some of our home folks are With Heavy Docket a requested report by an electrical I ment used more widely.

date for the next meeting, at just as guilty in that respect as TurnpikeOpposition engineering firm, Reynolds, Smith The engineering report predictsa

which time each district chairmanwill our visitors. Bill Of $50,000 By Bid Method County Judge Theron A. Yawn and Hills, Jacksonville, that the load of 4,869-KW in Starke by
report what is wanted by each Hollis V. Knight reported to the held Plea Day last Monday at the purchase of the New Bern equipment I 1965, and estimates that the capac-

district. group that he bad written for a courthouse, and disposed of an unusually to any and all toll was a sound one from every ity of the purchased equipmentwill

While discussing the means of copy of the Duval County Zoning Competitive bidding on Starke's at length, and when told by Riley large number of case, mostof roads in Florida "no matter where(iview point. be 5,201, thus showing a safe

beautifying the highways, several Laws, but had not ;yet received it. requirements for gasoline, lubricating Wasdin that the present trans- them the result of the "satura their proposed location" was voicedin i Estimated cost of the generators margin for 10 years of normal
oil and diesel-oil, were ord- former, which carries all lighting tion" drive by the State Highway I including everything from disas- growth. Present load is !;387.KW.

ered by the City Council last Tues except those along the White Way, Patrol. a resolution .adopted Mondayby I I

Seventh Raid On The Same House day night in a regular meeting. was near its capacity, instructed Claude Myers, Negro, pled guiltyto the board of directors of the Electric Figures

City Clerk Carl Johns was requested Wasdin to investigate the ad- the charge of possession of I Starke-Bradford County Chamberof ; Early Tax Payers

Proves One Too Many For YouthSix to advertise for bids on a visability of purchasing a used moonshine, and was fined $300 and Commerce. Show StarkitesAre

basis of six months' requirements, transformer of double the capa- 30 days in jail, and 60 days addi-I The resolution stated that em-\ Early To Bed
the best city for sale at Ocala. tional if fine is not Judge .
paid.
with the aim of getting
times a thief entered the had come to the Sapp home to phasis should be upon improvingand I Save $6,009.96Reporting
home of Ethan school board price possible. The City spendsover The problem of maintaining con- Yawn reserved action on other I
Sapp, buy some pea seed, and noticing the If early to bed, and early to
widening present system of
member who lives in the New that a light which had been burn- $50,000 a year for diesel oil stant voltage throughout the city charges pending against Myers. I rise, "makes a man healthy, weal-

River District, but last Monday ing was turned off as he approach- alone. electrical system was tackled,. and Paul Stewart pled guilty to a Florida highways so that touristscan I thy, and wise," then the average state and

night when he tried it the seventh ed, grew suspicious, and after getting Johns reported to the Council after discussion it was decided to I liquor charge and was fined $25 see "all Florida" rather than Starke resident complies fully with unpaid

time.he was caught. Sapp from church, the two that electricity sales last year purchase a set of voltage regula- or 30 days in jail. 'limitingxtheir sightseeing to two I the admonition, acoording to figures county taxes amounting to $31-

Identified as Jack Southerland caug4. | th$ thief. showed an increase'of about $23- tors at a cost of $2,742. I A youthful driver, charged with ends of a turnpike." released this week by an 320.85 as of this week, Tax Col-
IT he is now in the county jail Entrance to the Sapp home was 000 over the 'previous year, and Street lighting equipment similarto running a stop sign was placed on electrical engineering firm which lector J. R. Kelly said that collections

under $1,000 bond charged with made with a skeleton key. Lost that collections. in February that in use now along the White probation, his driver's license can- show the Starke daily use of ele& are coming in at a better

grand .larceny, _.... in, :th*<,repeated thefts were,.a. amounted ,, to -'record-breaking: I Way was ordered for Madison icSled, and 'the 'case referred to Warm Weather tricity.Mr. .
T3appwent- lochurch Monday quantity of clothing, church funds, 16000. Avenue within the city limits, and''Juvenile Court.I Starts Folks rate than last year at this time,

night and was summoned by told coins, a rifle and a knife. The Council was advised by for Walnut Street from Call Street I In several traffic cases, Judge and Mrs. Starke arise some- when the unpaid total was about

Charlie Welsh, a neighbor who Nothing had been recovered as yet. engineering counsel that Saratoga south to the city limits. ,Yawn withheld sentence, and con- 'Stirring The Dirt'With time between six and seven, as the $33,000. Collected so far is $152-
chart of the daily load on the
'tinued them from to term
Heights streets had been inspected Prior to the formal meeting a day day, '!071.27, or 83.46 per cent of the
to term. warm weather and tradi- power plant shows a sharp increase
To Juvenile discussion held to the meritof
'Learning madein was as
DriveSays and that some changes were
tional planting dates on hand,. from 400 to 800 kw's at that time. total tax roll, which incidentally,
culverts and a ditch dug, the changing existing election laws I I
farmers and home gardeners alike This average couple gets to bed' is larger than last year.

When Pulled For' Topping 90 MPHThe City funds could for the accept changes them,were providing placein to prevent- whereby so called a"single voter shot"voting does Cattlemen Move are busy this week "stirring the I early, most of them by ten, again I'I By prepayment, Bradford County

escrow. not cast a complete ballot, but 1"o Frame SpecialNo dirt" and getting ready to plant. according to the chart which shows i iI I taxpayers have earned discounts
start
constant struggle by law enforcement the sheriffs department on $25 Upon being informed that new votes only for one candidate out Fence Law "This is the :year" one corn :I that lights to go off at about of $6,009.96.

officers to keep people bond on the charge of allowing an parking meters have been received. of the field. Several councilmen i grower is reported to have said nine. Kelly said that March is the last

from killing themselves on the unauthorized person to drive her the Council ordered them placedon expressed themselves as being in Twenty-five persons enjoyed a! this week, as he went ahead on full Heaviest bad on the power plant month in which taxes may be

highways resulted in these happenings car. : Thompson and Court Streets. favor of eliminating "single shot" barbecue supper at the regular' scale operations. But others have occurs in December, just as mightbe paid without penalty.

this week: Trooper Musgrove and Deputy The problem of furnishing addi- voting, but no definite action was cattlemen's meeting in the Lions cut their plantings down, and some I' expected, but during 1954 the

A juvenile driving a car at 90 Sheriff Fate Brown caught a tional street lights was discussed taken. Den last Friday night. The supper have turned to other means of I'peak during the summer was just Johns Assumes '
95 miles per hour was caught by speeder, who when clocked at 80 was prepared and served by Rep. earning a living. I|under the December high.

State Highway Patrolman C. Musmiles per hour, said he didn't Rites I Local Angus Breeder Doyle Conner and Frazier Shaw. !, Jim Chasteen, of Brownlee and 'i Duties As Head
Thursday
grove this week. When asked for know he was going that fast as his
W. E. interesting Chasteen jStarke Taxpayers
Bigham presented an i while reporting that '
Of New
an explanation, the youth said.he speedometer wasn't working. The Tops Ocala SaleA and encouraging report. fertilizer sales have been good, and CompanyFormer
was "learning to drive." His moth officers at one time in the chase For Miss MarrMiss on the progress being made by the that seed sales are i Carry One-Third
picking Governor
er was later taken into hit 112 miles hour. Bradford Angus breeder top- I up Acting Charley
custody by
-- per Ollie Jane Marr, 74, a resident ped the sale in Ocala Monday night proposed feed mill to be establishedat says that this season is not nearly :Of Tax Load E. Johns, officially assumed his

of Starke for the past 30 when J. B. White sold a 15-month- Brooker. Mr. Bigham hold the as good as last year. I new duties as president of Presidential
Pistol MatchesAt Funeral Friday group that the mill will be complete I About one third of the state
died at her home here Tues- He
years old >bull for $460. The animalwas tells of lots of growers who Insurance Co. of Jacksonville -
For Mrs. JonesMrs. day after a lengthy illness. bought by Mr. Metz of Clew- in every respect to handle are planting to feed i and county taxes levied in Brad-
only grow for last week. He announced
and mix feeds of all classes. He ford County are paid by -Starke
State PrisonNational
Miss Marr was born at High- iston. livestock
challenged and encouraged the to J. R. another issue of 100,000 shares of
taxpayers according Kelly,
Lucille Morrell Jones, 62. land on Jan. 13 1881, the daughter -
An steer also the
Angus won On the
cattlemen individuals berry situation, the stock the
as and as an tax collector, based on figures on common voting of newly
Rifle Association Approved a resident of Raiford for the past of the late Joseph Thomas and grand championship of the 4-H Association to consider the pur- warm weather is helping the plantsto :1953 taxes. Of the total tax load organized fire and casualty com
Pistol Matches will be IVicie Osteen Marr. She was a '
soon 50 years, died in a Lake Butler and FFA exhibits at the Fat Stock chase of stock in the company.Pat get growing, but it still will be of about $179,000, Starke's share pany. He said that the first public
held on the Florida State Prison I member of the First Baptist Show in Ocala.F. .
Club Range afternoon hospital Wednesday afternoon following and the Woodman Circle. Miller led discussion concerning some time after the middle of Amounted to $61,840.93, or 34.54 offering of 150,000 shares had already -
Saturday
I (tChurch Register and son attended the a plan for the purchase March before there is real |per cent.Johnson.
and Sunday, March 5 and 6, with an illness of four :'ears. Surviving are three brothers, sale I any I been subscribed by more
and nice
I purchased a Angus of equipment to harvest silage for production of berries. This weeka
Nationwide Competition. i he born in Lewis Marr, Highland City, Fla.; than 1,500 Florida citizens.
Richland
was County, heifer for their ranch near Hampton farmers in the county. A committee lot of berry growers are puttingthe ,
The National Mid-winter Championships -, S. C. on Dec. 20, 1893 and was a Owen W. Marr, Mims; and Joseph Lake. I was appointed to secure mulch on the berry beds. Family Johns said that the new company
are to be held in Tampa 'member of the Raiford T. Marr, Highland; and one sister -
Baptist prices on the necessary pieces of 'To Appear Here is modeled after the Insurance
Mrs. Florence M. Rigby, Nursery Missionary plants will
beginning March 8 and the matches Church.
.
equipment.Rep. Company of Texas. The
Cub Scouts Have i
scheduled at the local I Starke. be available soon, according to
range are I i Surviving are her husband, John Conner advised the Chasteen I The Johnson Family, known as"Radio's ICT first started the plan of
known as the National Mid-winter Funeral services were held in the[Good AttendanceCub group who heard from Arkansas -
Clifford Jones; one son, Billy Jones; I I that it was necessary to have the that they couldn't i i Sweetest Singing Family spreading its stock widely to in-
Tune-ups in which shooters from DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Thursday dig plants "
will be at the First Methodist
and sister Mrs. Burla Farnell of
a proposed no-fence law bill drawn sure large numbers of customersin
all over the country can stop by to I (afternoon at 1 o'clockith Rev. Scout Pack 70 met :Monday I because of the snow, but they Church :March
Wednesday night,
New so that it could be
I Smyrna. ,up advertised 1950 and has attracted national
practice up on the Florida State (Lewis D. Haines officiating. hoped to have some soon. I
night in the Methodist recreation I 9, at 7:30 o'clock.
130 days prior to the
Prison Pistol Range enroute to Funeral services will be held at Burial was in the family plot in opening of I attention with its growth. Since
the Mid-winter Championships in 'the graveside in Sapp Cemeterynear Long Branch Cemetery near Max- building 'with 85 members and!(the Legislature. The Committee I II The Johnsqns make appearancesin i 1950 the Texas company has built

Tampa. Programs have been Raiford this afternoon (Fri ville. parents present. Lou Hillendahl, I I!appointed to study and draw up Maj. Hieatt Wins I veterans hospitals for the en- I up an $18,000,000 business concentrating -

mailed to all shooters who have day) at 3 o'clock. Arrangementsare Active pallbearers were W. E.Thornton. committee chairman, presented 38 this bill is Foster Shi Smith, L. J'I I Award For SavingGovernment tertainment of patients. These mainly on selling stock to !
awards of achievements. A movie Green, Pat Miller, J. B. White, programs are made possible by a I
made in charge of DeWitt C. Jones i
advance in and union members.
entry Tampa Ed Torode, S. G. Den-
Billy Protestant church
The
I Noegel. Committee will MoneyMaj. organizationknown
was shown entitled "The Shortest
it is expected that about 40 SO Funeral Home.Merchants. mark I I
or Ellis Thornton, M. G. Mc-
Way Home." Theme of the month meet.,at the home of Lloyd Green as Programs for Hospital-. Johns said that the renovationof
shooters from out of the state will Millan, and P. D. ReddishElementary was "Let Freedom Ring." IOU Thursday evening, March 11. Lewis W. Hieatt, son-in-I ized Veterans. the home office in Jacksonvilleis II
enter the matches scheduled by
the State Prison Pistol Club. I Begin Den :Mothers Noegel, McLendon Vice-President Floyd Wiggins, who l law of Mrs. Pauline Torode of I There is no admission charge almost completed and that an

Reservations from Maryland Comic Series PTA McComb, and Smith presented en- presided at the meeting, will meet Starke, spent five days in Alaska I for the program here. ,official opening is scheduled soon. [
with the
Michigan, Tennessee, South Caroline -I On 'Trade At Home' To Hear T. H. CareyThe tertainment skits, and Arthur Hol- committee. I recently studying the effects of
and several liday supervised a tug-of-war. Persons paying membership dues
Georgia: within
the state have already been received Starke Elementary School Refreshments were served by for 1955 included Zedra Hamilton 4 4I extreme temperatures. on electronic Three Forest Rangers Coming Up!
There's nothing funny about mothers of Den Two. Pete Reddish, Lloyd Green, Johnnie equipment.Maj.
according to H. O. Bates PTA will meet in the school cafe- I
III. secretary of the Club. Included I 'rading out of town. Just ask any teria Tuesday night March 8, at The next meeting is scheduledfor I Douglas and Lloyd Dyal.The Hieatt is a project officerin
Starke merchant about that.
in these reservations is World 7:30 o'clock. A skit will be presented March 28 with the theme to be next regular meeting will I the electronics project branchat .
Champion Pistol shooter, Joe Ben- 1 But still our business men are by Mrs. Crosby and her "Knights of Yore." ''be held at BrooK Friday night, Wright-Patterson Air Force I !
ncr who has held the champion- good natured and try to see the second grade pupils. Guest speaker March 25. Zedra Hamilton and I Base in Ohio. His continuing work t I

ship since 1951. ]humorous side of everything. In will ,be T. H. Carey, personnel I Floyd Wiggins will be in chargeof with electronics will involve additional WLL II II

Matches will begin at 1 p.m. Sat- ': this week's Telegraph they are manager of Humphreys Gold Corp. Rotary SpeakerTed .,. the meeting. These meetings trips to Alaska, includingone I

urday and the full afternoon will !starting' a series of comic cartoons whose topic will be "What BigIndustry VanAntwerp of the Gaines-'I always have some educational to begin March 5. I I II
pointing out the folly of tradingout Means To Our Community. value to those attending and offer
be devoted to the first four ville of fie? of Social Security was, Last March Maj. Hieatt was
matches, all to be fired with the of town. Read the cartoons. ." guest speaker at the Rotary Club I an opportunity for the cattlemen chosen as winner of the AMC "Buyof i ArT: I
have a laugh, and then TRADEAT The devotional will be led by to !become better acquainted as
.
.45 Cal. pistol. Sunday morning I Wednesday, explaining provisionsand the Month" award, sharing the L :
HOME! Rev. neighbors in livestock .
I Harold Jordan. engaged a
beginning at 8 a.m. the .22 Cal. increased coverage of the I honor with a civilian. They discovered g -
matches will be fired and at 1 p.m. liberalized social security law. A program. that the manufacturer had 4 ) !

the Center Fire Matches will be- Unique Ad Series question and answer period follow., produced a chemical much cheaper w ;
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gin. Children's CommitteeA ed his discussion. Hi-Y Completes than the one previously used in
Features Oddities
Chester L. Coons U.S.N. Ret. Plans For DanceOn the generators. Reduction in costs''I I
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will act as Chief Range Officer meeting of the Bradford County estimated at more than a million
and will be assisted by James B. Children's Committee will beheld A series of unique advertise- dollars resulted for the Govern-,I i
ments this week in The the Hi-Y members .
Godwin Club vice-president and Tuesday, March 8, at no.n,,, begins Labor SurveyI Thursday ment, as the generators were -" '* *.1 !
went in to attend produced
Telegraph sponsored by Bullington's -;: a group revival -I I
H. Collins Club instructor. Chief at the First Methodist Church.
at a greater reduced price.
Studio and Gift Shop. Patterned services at the Kingsley Lake 'I
statistical officer will be Joe Maskof Each committee chairman is asked i I II
Prior
to his assignment :Maj.
along the line of the popular I I Baptist Church and then held a
Bunnell assisted Louis to attend and give a report oi p I you interested in employment .
by "Believe It Or Not" feature, : brief meeting at the home of De- Hieatt served as a contracting officer i
I with Industry
Dean, prison accountant and club activities. these ads will portray oddities fromall a proposed new Wayne Elder. with the 19th Bomb Wing of;,I _
members, and :Miss Pat Wainwright in Starke? ,
of Lawtey. [ sections of the globe and is en- I If so, go to the Chamber of i At the meeting in the USO the Far East Air Forces. He servo THREE \'OUSGIK of Bradford County are currently enrolled in

Sing ConventionThe \pitied, "R-U-AWARE?" I I I Commerce office and fill out a Monday night is was decided to ed in. Iceland in 1943 and again ir I the University of Florida's Forest Ranger School at Lake City. They

I Readers will find this series of questionnaire giving your name wear socks without shoes Friday 1947.A I are (left to right) Wayne Edwards, Joe Lazenby, and Johnny Croft
Recent Birth: Heilbronn Baptist Church. unusual interest and it is suggestled |to advertise the Hi-Y Sock Hop graduate of Winchester, Ky.
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and address informa shown above
and other inspecting a sample turpentine cut "
I on a classroom "tree.
located on the Raiford Road, wit( that each "R-U-AWARE be tthis A featureof
Saturday night.
( tion. high school, Maj. Hieatt attended I
Mr. and Mrs. James Godwin of hold a Singing Convention anc clipped 1 out and pasted in a scrap this dance will be a floor show \ The school takes qualified high school graduates through an intensive

Maxville are receiving congratulations Homecoming on Sunday, March 6. book for permanent enjoyment. It is important that you !put on by members. Transylvania University, Lexing.., 48-week course during which they do everything, from planting a
the birth of in th>'At the end of the series the readerI register not later than Saturday ton, Ky. His wife is the formei to timber. There
on a daughter, There will be a sermon ( Buzzy Green was inducted as anew I nursery sawing is only one other school like this I

Shelba Jean, born Feb. 25 in Starke morning, a dinner and singing ali I i will have a collection of unusual I norning. I member at the Monday meet Mary Torode of Starke and the r I Jn the Nation, and graduates are in great demand by forestry products

Maternity Hospital. i afternoon. Everyone is invited. [and fasinating information. ing. have two children, Sue and Paula. I manufacturers and tree farmers.t I

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editorial i lat Does Red Cross Do HERE? l Farmer's DiaryBy nv..vrv..nvnvvn. attend.Strickland's Even if any we time do not you know wish you to I

Sam McGarvey LONG BRANCH are coming just come on any i
wa}'. ,
Two Boards And Two Groups

By A Worker the need for help might be quite ( by :Mrs. d. I. Stricklandaiiil We had 65 present in Sunday
different. Servicemen worry when n former years when we had a School and every one was on time. (
For Recent ActionsIt Being asked to help with the in Jimmy Lang
Praised their families do not write or when rew mulching with wild hay, Thirty-five of these were 100 per
Red Cross drive this :year, we they know there is sickness or our berries were set back two or IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA cent members and 43 had preparedThe

i is always encouraging to see local govern- wanted to know just what the financial trouble. We reached the 1 three weeks. Anyone who doubts PTA mt'etingill be held lessons. I

ing boards and civic groups taking constructivesteps organization did in Bradford Coun- farm home at last and found the 1 this: should inspect a patch after Tuesday, March 8,' at 3:30 p. m. The revival at Long Branch
ty. We recalled the hectic days 1I i crew of suitcase-footed boys have
to cope with pressing problems. It is a wife and children recovering from I been The time was changed so it would Church, starting Monday night at f
of wartime with the canteens, galloping around it.
much more pleasant duty for a newspaper to an attack of flu. The wife had not conflict with revival services ;:30. will last for one week at i
the actions of motor corps, knitting, sewing and been too sick to write, but Another advantage is that sawdust -
commend rather than condemn was which begin at Long Branch least. At the end of the week it {
bandage rolling, but this wasn'twar Attended with Ed a meeting of 4 is readily available in
of the much better now. Notes for a huge Church 7:30.
such groups and The Telegraph is glad Monday night at will be decided whether to continue -
time. We knew from actual farmers in the school this ]piles all over the County, while f
taken and Lawtey
in several report were we came Two fine
toss bouquets services not.
opportunity to some prayer were or Transportation!: will
experience how the Red Cross wild hay costs more and each
directions for recent actions that seem to us con- back to Starke. week, called by County Agent more held last week, one at Yougan be provided for all who have no
their workers into and the
moved
direction. an area After lunch we went to the Red George Huggins at which Dr. year loads keep getting Padgett's and one at J. L. Strickway to attend and inland's.
in the right everyone is I
structive and a step in times of disaster, but we had Jamison, vegetable expert of the smaller and smaller. Of course the
Cross Office.Ve sat back whilea All are invited back to vited.
First and foremost on our list for commendation no disaster here, so what did the three-page questionnaire was Extension Service and another cost of a load of mulch includes

is the Board of County Commissioners for Red Cross do every day? We found completed for a mother of a sere specialist spoke. We were very hauling it to your field, and in the

its action of Monday in voting unanimously to that it was a day in and day out iceman making application for an glad we went and imagine that the case of sawdust you have to load

regulate and closely control the use of County job something happening every allotment for her. This took time others felt the same way. It was and haul it.

equipment. This action was designed to curb the day and no two days or nights and patience on both sides as the worth it just to hear the talk of But there are disadvantages too, I Trade at Home r !

long-standing practice of doing private work for the same. questions were searching ones and Missionaries vs. 90's, with Claude The main one is that sawdust will

individuals with county equipment a practicethat The local Red Cross office !s the applicant was sure they didn't Rowe defending. .the.Missionaries. cause a temporary deficiency of
has cost the taxpayers of the county thou- open three afternoons a week, apply to her, but each one had to nitrogen in the soil as it startsto
sands of dollars in the past and sometimes placed with Mrs. Edward A. Hall, Executive be answered.The This week Ed and John got all decompose, and this must be

commissioners in the unhappy position of tryingto Secretary, in charge. We next caller was a service- the sawdust (well rotted) on the offset by adding nitrogen. We'll '- i

do "favors" for everyone in each district. learned that this is only the be- man who had overstayed his berry beds, and now we are busy know more of this later. Then, -

The resolution, introduced by CommissionerH. ginning, as :Mrs. Hall is "on call" regular leave. There were no working the stuff around the too, strong winds or heavy rains 1
seconded CommissionerE. for emergencies at all times. We circumstances which the Red plants. While we are slow at it, may blow or wash the sawdust ([
Jr. and by
A. Bishop off the beds, but the I (
for we fuss too much with each only we'llknow
wanted to follow way
work other than through on a Cross could verify and no real rea- r.1
'L. Crawford, states: "Any to plant, we think that it should be this is by experience. So
typical day so we went around
son why he had not returned to \
the actual grading and maintenance of existing her home to talk with her. This camp. He was advised to proceed done just as fast as "pulling the far. we're pleased with sawdust as SMOKtOCtt

roads shall be done on a work order, signed by was a Monday morning. Over the immediately to Jacksonville and plants through the grass". We a mulch. VX !
; .
the commissioner in the district in which the workis week-end she had three calls for report to the Florida Military Dis- don't have to hurry on the job, for l

to be done and by the road superintendent, and assistance. One was from a vet- trict or the first MP he saw. the sawdust is piled around the Sorry to see them go but this

these work orders shall be inspected by the Boardat eran who had to be admitted to Next came a parent with a let- plants, and not. covering. them. week Alice's brother, Ed, and his t =:; .!
meeting of month." Fan, John, leave for their home inTom.s
each first Monday
every the VA Hospital immediately ter from the government denyingthe -- FO
method of Although this is our first use of River N. J. They have beena -
this
We believe that once new and, as this was an accident case, request for an allotment and u
sawdust as a mulch (but Roy big help to us and we hope they'll
handling the problem is made known to every there was no waiting or time lost giving the reasons why it was de-
taxpayer, and it is closely adhered to by all mem- in getting him to Lake City. nied. The original had not been Lloyd used it successfully last come back again. 9.S soon.
), certain
year we see advantagesand
bers of the Board, the benefits to everyone\vill Serious: illness had occured in the brought to the Red Cross Office so
disadvantages at this time, as Something, whether red spideror
be apparent. When all landowners, large or small, families of two service men and there was no duplicate informationon compared with using pine needlesor thrip, has been ruining the f

rich or poor, realize that it is the firm policy of their family physicians recom- file. After talking with the wild hay. bloom in our berry patch so this

the Board to use county equipment only on legiti- mended that they be called home. parent it became clear that the Some of the advantages are: week we sprayed part of the plants
work then for work Messages requesting considerationfor questions had not been fully an- with sSSS
mate county requests private It will not burn as readily as the TEPP which is good for both y
will stop, the Board members themselves will be emergency leaves were sent swered and that in the rush to other types of mulch. We have of those insects and also aphids.But .

free of many pressures and never-ending prob- immediately.As complete the form some importantitems heard cases where a berry patch we're extremely careful with
will be availableto we talked there was a knocken had been overlooked. A letter TEPP, is it can be extremely in-
lems, and the county equipment burned upv either by accident or "YOU AND YOUR SHOPPING OUT OF TOWN !
do the work for which it was purchased and the door and another requestfor was prepared for the parent's malicious intent, and while sawdust jurious. .
help. The wife of a serviceman signature giving information in WHAT DO YOU THINK WE SAVED AFTER
maintained by the taxpayers.Like will burn, it will not do so
in the and her detail and reconsideration. Glad to have
was hospital requesting George Holland '
many other practices that are not in the husband was needed at home as under ordinary conditions. who lives on Road 100 south of SPENDING $5 FOR LUNCH $2.50 FOR GAS !

best public interest, private work with public ther was no one to care of theirroun& The next callers were a service- Keeps weed moisture growth better.'e down andconserves Starke. and two dairymen from AND LOSING SO MUCH TIME IN THIS TRAFFIC

equipment very often starts in a small and : child After verifying the man and his wife to talk over plans upper New York State, visit withus .
harmless A commissioner saw Lloyd's patch of berries last ANDSTOP HISSING AT ME HENRY !
seemingly may this week.
way. like the
conditions a message!: would be sent for the forthcoming hospitalizationof They area
be asked by a friend, neighbor, or kinfolk in his off by wire. We learend that the the wife. The Naval Hospitalin :year in, mid-May when other in Bradford County very much,
patches including our own, were HELP BUILD STARKETry
district to do a little "favor" say make a drain- Red Cross must verify the circumstances Jacksonville was able to accepther overgrown with grass and weeds, and no wonder.. .

age ditch on his land. The county equipment may when an emergency type of case and Mrs. Hall ex- and the sawdust had kept the patch *
be' working nearby and it is true that the favor leave request is made. Families plained that it would be necessaryto practically clean. The English peas are blooming, Starke Stores First!

asked will take only a short time. So, in order to often wire or phone the serviceman secure a case history from heir and it looks as if we may get some
When we were out
putting some
oblige a voter, the commissioner might order the direct. In these cases they doctor and a recommendation for of the sawdust mulch the day was good green peas to eat. Now you
the and at are instructed to contact their hospitalization.As We Have Jacksonville Prices
work done by county equipment coun- quite windy and this would have talk about a treat, that's one andit
local Red Cross Office: or a wireis to leave the
we
ty expense an act forbidden by law. prepared made it impracticable to put out is far better than the frozen or
sent to the local office asking of THIS AD SPONSORED IN COMMUNITY INTERESTBY
family veteranwas
an incompetent
notices the work done
But a neighbor being wild hay, as the wind would have canned variety.
and, thinking that he too is entitled to a favor, them to verify the need being welcomed and another blown it all over the place. .

asks that some stumps be pushed so what can We then went to the postofficeto phase of Red Cross work in the We noticed this year that when Comfort is as usual having the

the commissioner do but agree to oblige this con- get the first mail of the day. county was beginning. We promised we mulched one bed to see how last word with us. She gave us

stituent also? Before long the thing snowballs It included a letter from overseas to return and spend another the mulching with sawdust would enough trouble in her lifetime, and KOCH DRUG STOREPhone I

until a commissioner, often against his better requesting a Health & Welfare day quite soon. Being a Red Cross work, that the plants were not disturbed now that she has been butchered
in the family of a service- Volunteer was interesting work.Of and and in the
report went right on growingas freezer, she's still givingus
judgement might find himself pressured into 53 Starke Fla.
man. The address was a rural course we knew that all we if nothing had happened. Thisis a fit. for her meat is tough as 1
using equipment to grade roads in
county pas- route outside a nearby town and heard was confidential and there a big advantage we think, for a banker's heart!
tures on private lands, haul dirt for driveways, we went down roads that this was a lot we could not write. Butas

dig water holes, and many other costly "favors." writer never knew existed. We we said before, we are going -

It is difficult to draw the line once the bars talked as we rode along and learn- back again -- maybe we can give
have been let down by doing little "favors" for ed that this type of request is com- one day or even a half day to theI No gasoline-no, not a single one-has higher octane thane

anyone. That is why we laud the action taken mon, although the conditions I Red Cross now and then.

by the Commissioners Monday as a constructive

effort to curb a practice that has in the past and ,Y YYYYYYYYYY YVT CYYYYYY1 home Sunday. -
might in the future lead to abuses. The Commis-
Mr. Mrs. A. T. moved
and Pope New 1955 GULF
sioners have taken a decisive and courageous HAMPTONBy from Hampton to Waldo Monday.Mr. NONOXThis

step. The members undoubtedly will still have and Mrs. Curtis Holmes of

headaches over the problem, but when the fair- Mrs. D. E. Hill Norfolk, N. Y. were here last week'.
ness and impartiality of their action is known to because of the death of their rela- _

all, the toughest part of the struggle will be over. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMr. tive, L. R. Kalch.

Our second bouquet- the week goes to the and Mrs. Frank Thomas Mrs. Avery Slade and sons

City Council for reversing itself and voting to moved last week from the Knight spent the weekend in Maxville

bid on the New Bern, N. C. power plant rather house, which has been sold, to the with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.C. .Y h

than advertise for bids on two new generators.In house vacated by Mr. and Mrs. M. Green.

taking this action at a special meeting last Carlton Chastain on Navarre St. Mr. and Mrs. James Broome

Friday night the Council is following the recom- Mrs. Florrie Belle Brown was and family of Orlando visited rela- h.
program chairman for the Annie tives in Hamptcn Sunday. Mrs. d:
firm
mendation of a reputable engineering em-
Armstrong week of prayer for Broome is the daughter of Mr. and '
ployed to study the problem of Starke's present
home missions for the Baptist W Mrs. Dan Johnson.: Y t' /
and future needs.
power M U at the church Thursday night, Bobby Cooper, son of Mr. and & ,. '
The study made by the engineering firm indicated March 3. Mrs. Clarence Cooper, celebratedhis

that the purchase and installation of New The regular monthly meeting of fifteenth birthday Friday eve-

Bern's five 1.000-KW units would be more econom- the WMU will be held Thursday, ning, Feb. 25, with a party at the

ical than the purchase of the necessary numberof March 17, at 7:30: p. m. at the Cooper home. Refreshments were

new generators, both for the total initial investment home of Mrs D. E. Hill with Mrs.. served to approximately 40 friends.

and future investment view point. Al- Edward Saxon as co-hostess and Mrs. Nora Layfield and Mr. and Y'.At .: .
though the New Bern generators are more thanis Mrs. E. D. Allen as program chair- Mrs. Raleigh Brannen and family 't

needed by Starke at the present time they will man.Mrs. attended the funeral Monday in

insure the city against the needs of future expansion Virginia Bradley, daughter Trenton for Mrs. Docie' Phillips,
of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Williamson Mrs. Layfield's sister. lamp is burning the
for at least ten years. Another factor in lamp is burning
spent the weekend in Mrs. O. F. Allen, Mr. and Mrs.
their favor is that they can (if Starke is the suc- Hampton : ..
with her parents.Mr. Joe Bagerty of Palatka, Mr. and "DIRTY-BURNING 1 NEW SUPER-REFINED
cessful bidder) be producing much needed poweras
Mrs. Free Hall of Gainesville, and
and Mrs. Joe E. Williamsof
soon as moved and installed. The new generators Miss Shirley Baker of Gainesville TAIL-END" of gasoline j I GULF NO-NOX the
Tampa stopped at the J. W y S ,
would have to be constructed to order and
visited in Hampton with the Ver-
would not be available until next fall. Home Columbia home, S. C.Friday where en they route visited to non Slades Sunday. which GULF refines out i f clean-burning super-fuel

Since the five used generators could be pur- their son and daughter-in-law, :Mr. Mrs Ada Barber ot Cross City,
chased and installed for less than two or three and Mrs R. C. Williams, former aunt of Clarence Cooper, returned

new ones, it would seem that the Council acted Hampton residents. home Sunday after a month's

wisely in following the advice of its engineers to Plans for beautification of town visit with the Coopers.Mrs. and because it burns clean. New No-Nox But octane alone is not enough. Only a gasoline

continue negotiations for the New Bern plant. property were discussed when the J. D. McCullough, Luke .. that burns clean can make its full octane
The third group that we feel deserves commen- Hampton Beautification Committeemet McCullough, and Mrs. Gladys Wil
work for mile after mile.That's .
really
dation for its stepped-up activity i is the Zoning Monday morning with the liamson and children and Margaret gives even more power-with-protection power you
Board which has attacked the problem of a com- Bradford County Commissioners.With Hersey of Theressa visited the you why new Gulf NO-NOX is superrefinedto

prehensive zoning ordinance for Starke with renewed :Mrs.! T. J. Alderman as chair- Wiley Williamson Sunday.Mr. burn clean and make this power last

vigor and enthusiasm. It appears that the man, members of the committeeare : and :Mrs. Hershel Parker thousands of miles longer!

effort to havean Mrs. Mary Watterson Mrs. and daughter. Mrs. Milton Minerof -----__________0M___________________
Zoning Board is making
now every
I
W. W. Hammond, Mrs. Glenn Mc- Flint This lamp test above shows what a difference
Mich.
visited .
ordinance ready within the 90-day deadline relatives
Intosh, Mrs. Minnie Marcionny, and friends in I Gulf super-refining makes. Gulf refines out
Hampton last week. I GULF'S
PLEDGE the :
to
recently set by the City Council. This is requiring and Mrs. Vernon Slade. Shrubs motoring public .
Mr. and Mrs.
hours of extra Parker moved their I the "dirty-burning tail-end" of gasoline, atWe
special meetings and many I
many and plants for the project will be furniture from the Christian
study by members of the board. They deservethe furnished by the county beauti- parsonage to the former Methodist Church I at Gulf make this promise to America's motorists. We will not I the refinery, to bring you new Gulf NO-NOX.

gratitude of all Starke citizens for their un- fication committee in conjunctionwith parsonage. Willard Jones, new pastor I permit a single competitor-no, not a single one-to offer a gasoline< Just see how clean new NO-NOX bums.

selfish service.In the statewide program.Mr. of the Christian church, expects superior to our own superb N"o-\ox. I Fill up with new Super-Refined Gulf NO-
closing this round of bouquet-tossing, and Mrs. G. W. Hicks and to move into the parsonagenext
tribute must be paid to the Junior Woman's Clubas Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hicks of week. I It is our sincere belief that No-Nox is the finest gasoline on the I NOX and feel the difference:

the first civic group to contribute to the fund Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Wood- r I market today, and no matter what others do or say we will keep it the I More complete engine protection than
for furnishing and equipping new hospital.The row Hicks of Brunswick, Ga., Mr.
our
with so-called
I finest-in power, in performance, in engine protection. I "miracle-additive"gasolines.
Junior Club this week turned over a check for and Mrs. Olin Hicks of Palatka, FRIGIDAIRE'

$400 to the hospital trustees to be used for this Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hankins of /. .:. .;; This is not a boast,not a claim. It is a pledge I Extra gas mileage In the short-trip, stop-

purpose. This money was earned by the club's Lansing.. R. Kalch Mich.of, and Jacksonville Mr. and were Mrs.L. At! -' to you, the motoring public-a pledge backed I and-go driving motorists do most.

Thrift Shop operation, for which it won national dinner guests of Mrs. Mamie THERE'S JUST ONE i by the resources-and the integrit}'-of the Gulf I Stall-proof smoothness. instant starts
recognition last Altogether the Junior
year. Meade Thursday. All were in FRIGIDAIREMade Oil Corporation. I fast, fuel-saving warm-up
Club has spent more than $650 on welfare projects Hampton to attend the funeral

during the past year, made possible by receipts that day for Roy Kalch. only by General I No knock, no pre-ignition-even in today's -
from its Thrift This is enviable Motors Corp. All other
Shop. an Lacy Wynn of Hampton and Electric Refrigerators _________________________ high-compression engines.
less active civic are
record that other groups might Mrs. R. :M. Hersey of Theressawere
made by 'other companiesand
shoot at.Ylni .
married in
a quiet ceremonyat
.
_
-".- -.., .."'. :"', ,, '.d, SumAYaSun.wurd! the cannot use the word
Hampton Baptist pastorium

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHEST. Sunday afternoon Feb. 27, at 3 Frigidaire. -New1955GULFNONOX

1879E p. m. Pastor Merle Packham of-
L MATTHEWS OWNER AND EDITOR ficiated in the presence of several Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE t

i friends of the couple. :
FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWS ?
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dyal of ? It's refined..to burn clean The '55 .asol'meforaU
f PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY Bloomfield :{. J. and Fredda Parker THEN SEE ,f super-
of High Springs visited with high-compression engines :
UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD.
Mrs. Ellen Saxon last week.
E. H. SMITHTenth
Mr. and Mrs. Markley Norman

ONE YEAR 3.00 SUBSCRIPTION- RATES SIX MONTHS 1.75 have purchased the Savage house F. REGISTER & SON, DISTRIBUTOR --- GULF OIL PRODUCTS

PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS and moved in last Friday. and Temple Ave.
MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER :Mrs. Mabel Andrews of Gainesville Starke Fla. PHONE 155 STARKE, FLA.
THE ACT OF MARCH S, 1879. ,
W" I L J: visited at the W. A. Saxon -

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1955
FRIDAY, !MARCH,
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'YYYYTYYYYYYTYYYYYTYTTYTYTTYTYYYYYYYTTTTTTTTTTTYT The Community Church Women Lovett's Observes 'White Christmas'I .. ..- '- .. >.- _.-. ,
I --- - --
1 held their March meeting on Wed- .II1IiL -.--.-- .. ....-- .- : ::-- _.-'--- -"-----.----" --'--'- --" -
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nesday noon at ParkofthePalms.After 36th AnniversaryWith At Florida Theatre
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AND VICINITY'By
luncheon the members en- Sales Event Starting Sunday
joyed a talk by H. L. Fenton Jr.

Ann James First Baptist ChurchA 'w ,Q Filmed in Technicolor and using SALE !

A.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIn week of Prayer started on Feb. sN I the new Vista-Vision process, Anniversary

28 to continue through larch 4. "White Christmas" will be shownat
and'second high by Mrs. E. c.\\
I Appreciation Last Sunday Edward Beebe the Florida Theatre Sunday
To the Bradford High Glee Club Weichel Jr.
placed the flowers in the churchin 4 through Tuesday.
and Mrs. Canova, their director: The Civil Air Patrol met Friday, honor of his father and motheron Starring Bing Crosby, Danny \ ..."..''''...-' --

Thank you for coming over and Feb. 18, at Keystone Airpark. Af- their 61st wedding anniversary.Mr. Kaye, Rosemary Clooney and Vera- l lI

giving us such an enjoyable mu- ter an interesting color film on and Mrs. Frank J. Beebe were Ellen, the film is a bright and

sical program at the Woman's plane construction, Capt. Christoffers married on Feb. 28, 1894 at Mom- frothy package of entertainmentwith

Club last week. Also enjoyed were led a discussion on the results .ence, 111. Besides their son they r a bevy of new songs by Irving =:::::::::;.

the special piano number and ac- of a mission just completed for have two grandchildren, Frank and Berlin. :=::::::

companist work of Miss MargaretRose checking the efficiency of emer- Lois.
The heart-warming story con
Duncan and the splendid solo radio stations and their tmE --
gency =
i
Florahome Church cerns two war time buddies, Bing -
work of Miss Bobbe Bastedo.A .availability in case of national or i = LOVEIfJ
Rev. Rather announces that Rev. and Danny, who become show busi- :::;
state disaster. Those interested in
few words about our kinder-
DeGarno of Miami will speak at E ness partners and soar to star- ::::
radio communication will find az -
garten: Mrs. F. M. Walrath Jr. the Florahome Church of God on dom. Danny is a girl chaser, but

and Mrs. Gordon Adams are hav- these meetings interesting and in- Sunday, March 6, on the subjectof z Bing is too engrossed in his work -i

ing a group of children from 3 to structive. There were six new the new camp near Leesburg. Ito| think about women. That is,

5 years come to the home of Mrs. members, including your corres- On Friday night, March 4', a gos- h Yq4 I until they meet a sister act con- ////IIIfI'
Walrath on Lake Geneva and East pondent. from 7 of
pel message. Sunday night sisting Rosemary and VeraEllen. t
Lake View Boulevard five days a I Don't forget the election on I to 8 p. m. there will be missionary Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru_Sat._March 5

week. The hours are from 9 to Tuesday March 8, to fill the va- pictures showing Christian Beach- I Bing and Rosemary make a
11:30 a. m., Mon. through Fri. The on the Council.
cancy heads, Set No. 1 on Barbados Cay- wonderful singing combination for
children have two large rooms to Community Church ISews man Island and Jamaica.- A cordial-- H. L. AVER / !the Berlin tunes, while Vera-Ellen

play in. They listen to storytelling The Nightingale Circle met !welcome to all. I Vice-President in Charge :turns in some stunning dancing and<;

sing songs and play games. Monday Feb. 21. at 6 p. m. for .'t'rsonalltrmiCommander! Jacksonville Division,Co. !Danny does a little bit of every-
Outdoors they enjoy games a Winn & Lovett Grocery
dinner at Park-of-the-Palms. After- Ray Hearst arrived !thing in true Kaye tradition.HEILBRONN. Required
sand box, and little hikes. For
ward a business meeting was home Feb. 15 from New York to 10
Lovett's, one of the largest purchase
the five year old children thereis held in the lobby where groups \ Other 39C
spend a few days with his family, retail food service organizationsin yynyyyyyyyyyyyyynynw: No Lbs
pre-schooling training. and
from the Bible Conference
and left Feb. 25. Their daughter, the country, began celebrationof S
Mrs. S. E. McKay entertained at Camp Work and the dinner guests Nancy, (Mrs. Edward ODonoghue) its 36th year in business this 1 i R
two tables and of all met together. i
of bridge one and circle members is here on a visit while her hus- week. \ U

Samba,,celebrating Herb William's Gordon Purdy, director of Park- band is on maneuvers with the Ivy Sirs.: Anrel NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I S
birthday. High score for bridgewas of-the-Palms, told how it was! Army in Georgia. The local Lovett's store, Ernest --- Food Order)

won by Al Nelson, and by Mrs. started 26 years ago by "Pop" and Phillips manager, will join with I \ ----- 1 with $5
Jimmie Eland has been leave -- Limit C
on /
than 70 units in
the other
Evelyn Williams for Samba. Mrs. Tibbitts, and introduced Mrs. more (
for 14 days visiting his father Grady Varnes, Keith Reddish and
The Duplicate Bridge Club met Tibbitts. A. J. Phillipi showed on Georgia and Florida in a big weekend l\'bxweU Lb Can
Santa Fe Lake. He will return Archie students at the I
sales event' marking the an- Carmichael.
Monday night In the Woman's colored films on the Camp at Toc- I
Club with six tables at play. High! coa, Ga., :Mr. Hitchcock on the 'eb. 27 to Kilmer, N. Y. for one niversary. U of F were weekend guests of E t

score was won by Mrs. A. T.! camp at Kalamazoo, Mich., and with month the before Navy leaving Air! Force.for Europe)I The present company was founded parents and friends.Mr. C 0 f f

Ketchem and her daughter, Mrs., :Mr. Purdy showed colored slideson 36 years ago, according to H. and Mrs. David Plunkett of
Mr. and :Mrs. Charles )
George Phelps; second high. Mr.. Camp-of-lhe-Woods at Specu- Clabough L. Avery, vice president in chargeof Belle Glade were recent guests of Order

and Mrs. Fremont Tolles; and lator, N. Y. have been visiting here with her the Jacksonville division. It was i. the Ancel Normans and Mrs. Plun- -- 1 with $5
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Limit Can59C
third high by Mr. and :Mrs. Hise. A dinner will be held Monday, formed from the old Tyler Gro- kett's mother Mrs. Florence John I Quality ( Lb
Homer at the La Cresta
The Humphreys-DuPont Ladies March 7, at 7 p. m. at Park-of-the- Casey cery Co. by W. R. Lovett, who Astor 3

Bridge Club met last week with Palms for the Community Church Apartments. They have now gone headed the company until 1910. son.Mrs.. Johnnie Stewau entertainedwith \ G

Mrs. John Powers and Mrs. H. L. Men's Club, now being organized. to Maryville, Tenn. for a short In that :year it was taken over a birthday party recently S"nR1f
visit with :Mrs. Clabough's mother
Morgan Jr. as hostesses. High Lenten services are held each by the four Davis brothers of Tam- honoring her niece, Lillie Mae 0'-
Mrs. G. C. Shamblin, and grand-
score was won by Mrs. C. T. Smith Wednesday at 8 p. m. pa and Miami. A. D. Davis, Jacksonville -
mother Mrs. A. J. Hall. Mr. Cla- ,
Neil.Little TiNp
-. -. -' is president. Ray Norman, son of Mr.
bough is being assigned to the Ripe 303 29C
... I
.. l Red
- Lovett's the first to
was .
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among
Naval aircraft carrier Coral Sea II.nd Mrs. Frank Norman, has had Tropical
sense the trend to super food t he chicken 3
on a six-months cruise. pox.
FACTORY FACTORY Marine flyer Val Mourey has I markets, offering complete service, Leroy Norman recently visited 10tS -
.opening the first store of this 10M
finished his course at the Jack- type E Clam Lewis who has been ill at his
in 1931 at 8th and Main Sts. in
APPROVED ENGINEERED sonville NAS and has been trans- home near Starke.
Jacksonville. Its started
success ,
ferred to Pensacola. .\nnual HomecomingThe
-V the trend to the
SERVICE PARTS' How about it Mrs. Rose? It has departmentalized Heilbronn Baptist Church
market of the modern Alaska Cans
super era. Tall
occurred to the writer, these
as E extends: an invitation to everyone Barge
notes on service men are being according to Avery. to: attend their annual Homecomig 3
!
Reconditioning typed, that we should again revive Officials and sales personnel of 1 on Sunday, March 6. Regular U'f\O
Washing Painting Repairing
the stores join in extending to the S \
a'ery good custom when, !services are planned for Sunday
public an invitation to participate
'Wrecker Service during the last war, Mrs. Ben ]morning with Sunday School at .
in this weekend's anniversary sales
Rose added the names of each and 10 o'clock and preaching at 11.

every service man and their ad- event. Rev. M. D. Garrett, evangelist, of StarI'nntn 12-0 Can 9

BRAKE TIRES IGNITION dresses and location as far as pos- Chattanooga, Tenn. and Del Rio,I Armour i: 6

TESTING AND STARTER sible, and placed this informationon Superior Ice Cream Texas will bring the message. Din- \ RFfJ

BRAKE TUnES GENERATOR a large framed cardboard. This Gives Beagle PupsIn ner will be served between 12:30: i .,.--
J list hung on the wall of the church
and 1:30: p. m. The afternoon will' -
F ENDER SALES BATTERIES where all could see it, and I am New Contest be devoted to singing. Sunday will''I ,,-----

REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICAL sure that the boys and girls in be the beginning of a revival with

BODY WORK SERVICE SERVICE service and their relatives and Twenty lucky boys and girl,.in Rev. M. D. Garrett as evangelist.The 1usselman's 15-oz glasses

friends would all appreciate this I Florida'will become proud owners'. public is cordially ,invited to h

remembrance and respect."oe of pedigreed beagle puppies as attend the revival also. tt
Complete Lubrication Service the result of a unique contest be- .
I PPtE
Rev. Milton Dukes spent most of .
ing sponsored by the Superior Ice
last week visiting in South Caro-
DODGE JOB-RATED- TRUCKS- .P. D. Q. Cream Co. as announced in an advertisement -) I
in this issue of the lina.Mr.
Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks Proven Dependable Quick Telegraph.Any t and Mrs. Davenport of Bed-
ford, Va. are visiting their son-in-
We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs Protein Vitamin Mineral eligible boy or girl under law and daughter. Mr. and :Mrs.
17 years of age can get all the I
Morris Carter.
SupplementsFOR entry blanks he wants from any
HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. Superior Ice Cream dealer. Thereis Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and

ALL LIVESTOCKThe nothing to buy and no box topsor Mrs. Louise Norman visited Mr.
and Mrs. B. J. Eggers in Jacksonville Eat-Rite
to send in. All that
wrappers
600 Temple Ave. jijFSjJij Phone 69 U
Thursday of last week. 'S-
has to be done is complete the Good
Farmers Supply10th sentence: "Superior Ice Cream is :Mrs. Elva Chase of Crab Orchard GradeS

YOUR DODGE-PLYMOUTH DEALER and Cherry Sts. good food because . ." using Ky. was the guest of her
sister, :Mrs. Alice Edwards last
20 words or less.Thecontest .
-., I Phone :51-W Starke, Fla. ROUND
y .- -- I starts now and runs week. Or
SIRLOIN
for seven weeks, ending April 15. Mr. and Mrs. Darby Gaskins

0OF1NE Judges will make their decision so and daughter, Linda, were in Jacksonville .

that the pups can be delivered to Sunday.Mr. TEAK LbAU.

their young owners early in May. I and Mrs. Bill Reddish and

American Kennel Club registra- Mrs. Delores Carmichael accom- C

tions show that beagles are the panied Archie Carmichael back to

nation's most popuar dogs. They the U of F Sunday afternoon.The "
Meat
make perfect house pets as wellas Intermediate Training Union Boneless

excellent hunting dogs. Class enjoyed a social at the Ancel

Norman home Saturday night.
could send on to them some home BEEF
Work is again progressing onj j
town news, too. STEvj
BEAGLE our hard road. Culverts are being! Lb"
:Mr.: and Mrs. Victor Heinemanof ;
put in this week. j j
Y Ridgefield, N. J. stopped at the jI
Villa Plumosa for the night and I -_ 49cr'Hickory
rwyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyv'i
PUPPIES visited their friends, the S. E. Mc- .
I
'
Kays: on Lake Geneva. Mr. Heine- !I

man is postmaster at Ridgefield. GRAHAM j I

I P Mr. and Mrs. Val Mourey have
af'3d 'a r Prizes !
0 a Given as' returned to their home in Chilli- Mrs. John McKinneymymymnmmyyyTv SlICEnwBACON

cothe, Ohio after a three months

visit.J. !!. LbS
Each Beagle puppy I It pedigreed at least D. McEwen, who is ill at the Mrs. John Moody gave her

3 months old in fine condition and will BOYS Veterans hospital in Lake City, is daughter-in-law, Mrs. Charley

hare American Kennel Club regulation paper. improving. Moody of Jacksonville, a kitchen
sag Relatives visiting Mrs. M. L. shower recently. She received lots

GIRLS Beasley during the past month of nice gifts.
were her mother, Mrs. Garl Wha- ithEAKO'LEANLb'Z9
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Weatherington -
ley, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Simons of
of Lutz and Mr. and Mrs.
Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. C. P.
,Horace Weatherington and' children
Williams of Waldo, and Virgil Mc-
&H It Sctfi&tiot Sue'bHere's eaaeet Micken of Tampa.Mr. were McKinneys.Mr.weekend. guests of the John

and Mrs. Walter Stanly
in and Mrs. Phlbc Griffin and
deft Tuesday for their home

III U ..>/ to win and tk.r* arc 20 chance to win! So, boys and Hillsboro, Ohio after a month's Mr. and Mrs. George Rivers madea
business trip to Haines City re
girls, enter Superior Sue'i big new contest at once, if you would like stay at the Christoffer Apartment.Mr. .
cently.
How to win one of the 20 fine, pedigreed Beagle puppies given as prizes and Mrs. George Massa had
the week her Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Clayton and
as guests past
par-
All you have to do it go to the nearest store telling that well bowil.licioll'
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Purvis, baby of New York and Mr. and
Superior lea Cream Get a free Superior lei Cream coolest
to WIN a from Moultrie, Ga. Mrs. Paul Griffis and baby of
blank. Then read the very eosy contest rules and send in your entry.
Mrs. Ella C. Bird and Mrs. Ham- Starke were recent weekend guests
Hurry-the contest doses in a few weeks. There i it nothing to
of Mr. and :Mrs. James
Griffin
ilton entertained at dinner last
I Fine_ BEAGLE buy-no box tops-no wrappers are needed. Saturday Mrs. Lutheria Horsfall Mrs. Lessie Jones recently visit- .

and Mrs. Jack Elliott ed her sister, Mrs. Ada Burrs, who \9C

PUPPY HURRY CONTEST ENDS APRIL 15TH Mr. and Mrs. Elgie from London,: was in a St. Augustine hospitalMr. lyellow Lbs

Ontario, Canada spent two weeksat and Mrs. Dartch and chil- xa.Ii. 6
GET CONTEST BLANKS AT YOUR the Geneva Apartments, and dren have moved to Waldo.

SUPERIOR ICE CREAM DEALER'S NOW left yesterday for their special Our community welcomes Mr. \
fishing spot at Lake George.C. and Mrs. M. Dyal who recentlymo.ed pN10}

\V. Cuzzourt of Jacksonville here from Brooker.

the weekend with his aunt, 39CBE
spent Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lbs
Mrs. M. L. Beasley. He is buildinga John McKinney were Mr. and Mrs.

I''E IREJl.1HIs : house and as soon as it is com- W. P. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Rich S'N \0

1t'/11Utt pleted will make his home here. ard Knight, and Mr. and Mrs. V. L. j t

r McKinney, all of Gainesville, and \ 1 p

Good Food for Everybody ALL TYPES OF their son, J. D. McKinney of Tam- Q ken or'\ key E

pa.Mrs. chi c 99C !
PEST CONTROL Will Melton and of
son For
The word for fine Ice Cream is Superior./ Waldo and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow nQoT FrOye 5

I'J Buy some of this good wholesome deli TERMITESHousehold Melton and children of Melrose M oct o s !

AMo i visited :Mr. and Mrs. Albert Willis !

cious Superior food at your dealer's today. GROVE-SPRAYINGCall Commercial last Friday night. p19 .!


Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Starlingand
for estimate '
children of Hawthorne visited

Florida Pest Control Mr. and Mrs. Harley Starling Sun- .
Pints Cones Cups and V/* GaHon '.
MANY Delicious FLAVORS & Chemical Co. day.Mrs. :
} fell the
Kate Morgan on .

AT YOUR DEALER'S J Take Home Family Size Packers 2220 N.W. 6th St. Ph. toM door steps Thursday of last week .. -- -----.--.- .- .- ,

GalaesvtDe, Fla." I and hurt herself badly She is in' -- -- -- -- --- - ----- -, ... -. _..- -----
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARE FLORIDA
FRIDAY MARCH 4. 1933
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Fashion Show Parker-Baker Garden Club Mrs. Henderson i!WCTU Luncheon Lions Are Hosts

At Woman's ClubIs Pledges SupportOf Honored At ShowerMrs. Honors BirthdaysIn At Ladies NightStarke

Well AttendedThe Two ProjectsThe
J C { William E. Henderson, the ( FebruaryIn
Lions Mere hosts to their
latest trend in hat stylingand Starke Garden Club met former Barbara Prevail, whose Lionesses at a ladies night dinner
of three
fashions were featured at the marriage was a recent event was recognition outstanding party in the
Monday night in the Episcopal officers club at Camp
in U. S.
figures history, the
Fashion Show sponsored by the Parish House with the president, the inspiration for a lovely linen local WCTU Blanding on Thursday Feb. 24
a delightful
Starke Woman's Club Thursday Mrs. M. F. Hazen, presiding.The shower given Monday evening by luncheon at gave last Following a dinner which featured -
noon
Gladys Mooty Friday in
evening, Feb. 24, at the club house. club voted to pledge SOc Miss Gladys Bundy at the home of. the Tabernacle annex. Low bowlsof barbecued chicken, dancing wasenjo'ed
Phone 35
Archie Eason of Jacksonville, per person toward the Florida Mrs. H. J. Waters on W. Madison chrysanthemums and stands of till a late hour.

'" '1 I ....1 I ..." ,..,., III prominent designer of hats and t Federated Garden Club National street. American and Temperance flags Those enjoying this affair were
dinner clogs, was the commentator Building being erected in St. Louis, Attractive arrangements of were placed at intervals on the Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter Jt ,
and described the hats and spring flowers were used in dec- Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Firth, Mi
Mo. and 50c per person a year long table where guests were seat-
Y : gowns modeled by Mrs. CrosbyH. toward the Starke Garden Center. orating the home for the occasion. ed. and Mrs. A. H. Harley Jr. Mr. and

!z Dawkins, president of the Jack- Mrs. Hazen suggested that mem- The lace covered refreshment table Following the invocation by Mrs. W. T. Jackson, Dr. and Mrs.S .

sonville Junior Woman's Club, Mrs.E. bers start a penny bank in orderto was centered with an umbrella Rev. Morris M. Brackman, tri R. Marco Mr. and Mrs. M G.
J. Roschuni and Mrs. Ernest from which fell long white satin McMillan, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Miller
save towards these two butes
pro- were paid to the of
memory and
Heitzler, also of the Jacksonville rs streamers and under which was a daughter Harriet, Mr. and
jects. Mrs. Hazen and Mrs. P. J. Miss Frances E. Willard, founderof
Junior Woman's Club. Mr. Eason miniature bride in a white nylon Mrs. David :Montgomery, :Mr. and
Quattlebaum were elected as dele- WCTU; George Washington
Mrs.
JoAnn r : showed what can be accomplishedwith gates to the State Convention in net gown. bridal first president of the U. S.; and John Bill Torode Studstill, :Mr.: and, Mr.Mrs.and J.Mrs.R.
hats and accessories to Appropriate games were Abraham Lincoln
a Jacksonville on April 14 to 16 and president during Wainwright, Mr. and :Mrs.
plain basic dress. Many of the hats Mrs. S. E. Sparks and Miss Clara played during the evening and the Civil War. Also receiving Mullins Mr. and Mrs. David
X. M.
Smith
,
modeled were the sailor, profile, Leaman as alternates. Mrs. J. D. prizes were awarded to the win- honorable mention were Miss Minnie Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Mainor, Mi.

Smith : t cap, shell, level, pillboxes and bon- i Doyle gave a report on the meet- ners.Miss E. Neal, Florida State WCTU and Mrs. James Groover, Mr. and
., net styles decorated with touchesof Bundy was assisted in president for 32 years, and Mrs.F. .
> Mr. and Mrs. R. Hershal Parkerof ing held in the courthouse Monday Mrs. R. G. Paterson, Mr. and Mrs.
/
t6 ) "i' velvet, pique, flowers, sleek Flint, Mich., formerly of Hampton morning at which plans were dis- serving by :Mrs. C. L. Overturf and A. Scott co-organizer and pres- Wilbur D. Thomas Mr. and Mrs.

HH : feathers, chintz, pearls, rhine- announce the engagement of cussed to beautify the Highwaysin Mrs. H. J. Waters. ident for many years of the local A. E. Brown Jr., Joe Andrews III
Weds .$;.. J 't.:1"f.-:- stones and veils. Bradford Among the 12 guests were Mrs. Union which now bears her name. and Miss
.... "; their daughter, Doris Virginia, to County. Mrs. R. F! Mrs. O. Nina Bishop, Lewis S.
4U4 During the three intermissions Claude Prevatt, mother of the E. Stansbury, a past pres- Juister and
"WI ,, James Morell Baker, son of Mr. Young, Flower Show schedule Miss Dolores Mc-
bride, and Mrs. E. E. Henderson, ident, was honored by the singingof
dance
numbers were chairman Knight.
presented by and Mrs. Morell Baker, of Cleve- read the rules of gover-
;;. two members of the Fred Astaire mother of :Mr. Henderson. a Temperance song composedby
James ,'. '-.. ....;. land, Ohio. ning exhibits for the flower show her. All of these had
birthdaysin
School of Dancing, Jacksonville.Mrs. :Miss Parker is a graduate of which will be held April 23-24. February. WSCS Circle One

: J. W. Kincaid, president of Bradford High School, class of '53, Mrs. Hazen announced the nomi- Birthday PartyAt )
Following the luncheon business ) Met
the Starke Woman's a TuesdayCircle
Club introduced committee
and is now employed as a secretaryat nating composed of I
Rowe Bryan Home meeting was held
the guests on the program. Chevrolet Mfg. in Flint and is Mrs. T. B. Harding, chairman, I II time two at which
Receipts from the show are to be a member of the Industrial Business Mrs. J. D. Doyle and Mrs. Ewell I I new honorary memberswere 1 of the Methodist WSCS
A. J. Bryan, who was 68, and reported.
was entertained
used to help furnish a room in the. Girls Club. Lawson. by Mrs. Merrill
son, Raymond, who was 42, cele-
:
Struth
in Lovely new Bradford County Hospital. I :Mr. Baker is a sophomore in industrial Following the business meeting,, brated their combined and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright
birthdayson
Robert Green Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock
Home
at
Preceding the show, the Jackson-! engineering at General members demonstrated flower arrangements -
Sunday at a family gatheringand
ville guests were entertained at' I Motors learned at the WorkShop the educational building Mrs. L.
College in Flint. Scene Of
fried dinner at the SupperFor
chicken
.
dinner at the club house. In chargeof The last Saturday. D. Vining, leader, conducted the
, wedding will be an event of
Church Bryan home given by five of the I business session.
the dinner arrangements were. Nov. 5.Outstanding. Bryan children. Wedding Guests
Mrs. H. B. Peyton, first vicepresident Beta Sigma Phi I I Mrs. o. L. Haynes, Jr. had
the affair Mr. ,
Enjoying
were
:Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green were charge of the program and gave
Nuptials i iA I B. Sewell and Mrs. Steve Simmons. YouthsTo Officers Installed and Mrs. Raymond Bryan and Mr. hosts at a lovely supper party an interesting review of an article
and Mrs. William Beck of Jack-
Mrs. Ralph Knight providedsoft Be Featured served buffet on tables set up on from the World Outlook. Mrs. Wil-
Monday NightThe sonville, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jacksonof
i music during the show and the lawn last Saturday evening for ma Dockstader gave the devotional.
Woman's Vero Beach Mr. and Mrs.
ClubThe Lloyd the out-of-town
guests
dance numbers. attendingthe
Beta Sigma Phi sorority met Bryan and family of Starke, Mrs. Rowe-Smith that
at the home of Mrs. Albert Lee, wedding eve- Stork Shower
Youth Conservation programof Brady Bryan, Mrs. May Thornton, ning.
Mrs. Shelby TurnerIs the Starke Woman's Club will Monday night, Feb. 28, for their Miss Wanda Fay Thornton, Lawton For Mrs. LauramoreMrs.
Enjoying the affair with Mr.
beautiful and impressive can pleated satin ruffle reaching to I Shower HonoreeMrs. be held Wednesday afternoon at installation of officers. Bryan and Mrs. George Carter and
and Mrs. Green, Jimmy Rowe and
dlelight ceremony of Saturday,the floor. The cloth was caught in 3:30: o'clock at the club house. The The out-going president, Mrs. daughter. the former JoAnn Smith D. H. Mays Jr. and Mrs.

evening united in marriage Miss the front side center with a beau- Shelby Turner of Jackson- Little Women's Club of Starke will Victor Frees, installed the follow- Mrs. Peter Kouroros of Miami were Carlton Tillman entertained Thurs-

JoAnn Smith, daughter of Mr. tiful nosegay created from white ville, the former Mary Andrewsof be honored guests at this meeting. ing new officers: Mrs. Ned Yancey, Carolyn Vickers Mr. and Mrs. Uzzelle Moore, day afternoon, Feb. 24, with a

and Mrs. W. Hogan Smith to tulle, lace leaves and flowerettesof New River, a recent bride, was Mrs. Dave Paulk, Youth Con- president, Mrs. Marion Payne, vice- of stork shower honoring Mrs. J. C.
Haven
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ainslieof
Pvt. James Rowe, son of Mr. and white stock. Similar nosegays the inspiration for lovely mis- servation chairman, and Mrs. Garl president, Mrs. Don Patray, secretary Has Birthday Party Lauramore. Games were played
I a Madison, Ga., Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Robert G. Green in the First were placed at the corners of the cellaneous shower given Friday Mathews, co-chairman, have arranged Mrs. Betty May, recording during the afternoon with Mrs.
Methodist Church, Starke. Officia- table and from these cascaded I evening, Feb. 25, in the Community for 12 youths from the secretary, and Mrs. David Montgomery Carolyn Vickers was hostess to Robert Cantrell, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hart as prize winner.A .
Artford
Brown of Jacksonville
ting at the double-ring ceremonywas white satin ribbons caught with Center at New River. Bradford High School who have treasurer. 22 of her friends at a lawn party pink and blue color schemewas

the Rev. Robert D. Sommer. flowerettes. Centering the table Lovely arrangements of camellias been recognized for outstanding During the business session last Thursday afternoon in cele- Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith, Mr. carried out in decorations and

The sanctuary was decorated was a five-tiered wedding cake and magnolia leaves were usedin accomplishments in the community plans were made for Spring rush- bration of her 12th birthday an- and Mrs. Harold Smith of Sampson refreshments. Mrs. Lauramore received -
City, Mrs. Sam Anderson, Mrs.
with pedestal baskets of white which was beautifully decorated decorating the reception room church and school activitiesto ing.Light niversary. many useful gifts.
I served 1 J. M. Reddish, Mr. and Mrs. Adam
refreshments were A and yellow color motif
gladioli against a background of with white roses, stephanotis and of the Center. During the evening, appear on the program. Their green
to the 19 present by the hostess. was carried out in party decora-I Green, Mr. and Mrs. Don Page
palms. Plaques and branched topped with wedding bells. A very games were played and prizes accomplishments will include out- tions and refreshments. Games and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green. Doris Knight CircleThe

candelabra holding a myriad of full ruffle of white tulle surrounded presented to Mrs. Clara Hazen of standing work in piano, voice, I Mrs. Sam Anderson and Mrs.

Cathedral white tapers cast a soft the base of the cake. On each Starke and Miss Gail Moore of leadership, athletics and inventing. Legion Auxiliary were played during the afternoonand Don Page assisted Mrs. Green in Doris Knight Circle of the

glow over the setting. The family side of the table were two five- Lawtey.The During the musical portion of the prizes were awarded to Billy the First Baptist WMU met Tuesday
Members To Attend Lu Wain- serving guests.
pews were marked with large branched candelabra with tall bride received many lovely program, G. A. Rimert and his BHS Dockstader and Betty night in the educational building.Mrs. .

white satin bows.A burning white tapers and in the and useful gifts from her guests dance band will present several Lake Butler MeetingAll wright. Nate Dankle gave the devotional -

program of organ music was center of each candelabra was an and hostesses. numbers. Assisting Carolyn's mother, Mrs. \VSCS Notice and Mrs. P. T. Nolin had

rendered prior to the ceremony, epergnette in which were placed Refreshments Hostesses for the afternoon will members and husbands of J. M. Vickers in serving were :Mrs.S. charge of the program with Mrs.

by Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, and the artistic arrangements 'of white the were served by be: :Mrs. J. H. DuPre, Mrs. Frazier i the American Legion Auxiliary G. Denmark and Mrs. N. S. Circles 2 and 3 of the MethodistW. t R. O. Dansby and Mrs Carl Hurst
hostesses Mrs.
Z. Hamilton
traditional wedding marches were carnations. : Shaw, Mrs. Marcus Brown, :Mrs. I are urged to attend a covered dish DankeL S. C. S. will meet Monday after-I taking part. Refreshments were
Mrs. J. K. Mrs. Lawrence
Douglas,
used in the service. Before, the Coffee was served from a table Mrs. Russell Green all George Patten, Mrs. Robert Green, suppe at Lake Butler, Thursdayeven noon at 3 o'clock as follows: 'served by the hostesses, Mrs. James
Wiggins,
ceremony Mrs. W. R. Miller, so- overlaid with a point-de-Venice of Brooker; Mrs. Reddish Andrews, Mrs. J. R. Kelly, Mrs. Joe Andrews, March 10, at 7:30 o'clockfor St. Mark's AuxiliaryMet Circle 211 meet with Mrs. Dennis and Mrs. W. J. Dodd Jr.

loist, sang "Because" by d'Hardelot lace cloth. An arrangement of Mrs. Edward Burns and Miss Flor- Ute President of the Fourth Ethel Lowell at her home at the
I IMrs. M. F. Wiggins and Mrs. Truby
and during the ceremony Rev. 'white chrysanthemums in a tall Parrish, Mrs. Pearle Schofierd, ence Jennings. District's annual visit. Tuesday Night El Rancho Motel on 301. Waldo OES SupperThe

Sommer sang "The Lord's Prayer"by ,crystal epergne flanked by white Mrs. Herbert Parrish and :Mrs. E. Lake Butler, High Springs and St. Mark's Auxiliary held their Circle 3 will meet in the educa-
Malotte. tapers in a candelabra added a Birthday Starke units will combine fo tional building of the church.Kingsley Waldo Order of the Eastern
Party rregular
: J. Lewis, all of New River; and monthly meeting Tuesday
The bride was given in marriageby soft glow to the table. At each .. this meeting. Star will have a pork Bar-B-Q in
Mrs.. P. D. Reddish and :Mrs. Dave
evening in the Parish House with
For Dale
her brother, Harold Smith, and end of the table, coffee was served JohnsMrs. the Waldo school cafeteria Tuesday,
Paulk of Starke.Wesleyan Mrs Herbert Thomas WMUThe
president,
chose her sister, Mrs. Artford ,from silver services. I Hospital Open HouseOpen March 8 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The I Carl Lamar Johns enter presiding. Adult tickets $1 Children SOc.
Brown of Jacksonville as her ma- two punch tables were first of the
meeting
: Guild tained at a delightful birthday Plans were made to take care of Kings- Benefit of OES Building Fund.
cousin centered with
tron of. honor, and her silver punch-bowls house at the newly re ley Lake Baptist WMU will be
Mrs. Mural Gardner, as brides- ,.and a single five-branched candela-' Has Supper MeetingThe party last Saturday afternoon for modelled and enlarged Doctor's the nursery on Sunday morningswith held at the home of Mrs. O. F.
her son, Dale, who was celebrating Mrs. H. C. Brown as chair-
maid. I bra with burning white tapers. A ; Hospital on West Call St. will beheld Seimer Sr. on Thursday, March 10, Recent Birth

The matron of honor wore a II I large nosegay with cascading Wesleyan Service Guild met his second anniversary. The party Sunday March 13, from 2 to, man.Miss at 10 a.m. A covered dish lunch-

pink taffeta and nylon tulle gown flowers and ribbon decorated the in the educational building of the was held at the home of Dale'grandparents 5 p.m. Dr. and Mrs. Calvin J. Clara Leaman made a report eon will be served at noon. All Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn, Jr.

featuring a fitted bodice with an side of each bowl. Methodist Church Tuesday nightat Mr. and :Mrs. Carl Houpt extend a cordial invitation on the Diocesan Christian ladies of the church are urged to of Tampa are the parents of a son,

off the shoulder neckline. The On the table where the bride's 6 o'clock for a study of the Johns on Water street. to the public to visit the hospitalat educational meeting held in Jack- attend and visitors from other George Gray Flynn, born Mar. 1

voluminous skirt had several lay- book was placed was a lovely arrangement book, "The Master Calleth for The refreshment table was overlaid this time. I sonville on Feb. 3. (churches are welcome. in Tampa Municipal Hospital,

of matching nylon tulle witha of white stock flower- Thee." with a beautiful lace cloth -

ers bustle bow of taffeta. With this ettes and lace leaves inside an A covered dish supper was serv- and centered with a birthday cake 'H.-. .. __ .._._ ._ _. .- .. ---- n ___. -.- ... n. __. _. 'n' n-_ .'._ = _-'.'_ '-- '
she carried a cascade arrangementof epergnette in the center of a three- ed at 7 o'clock and the book review with the cowboy motif which was n

blue carnations. The brides- branched candelabra on which was resumed afterward, with surrounded with camellias and

identical to burned softly three white tapers. Mrs. C. D. Williams leading the magnolia leaves. Individual cupcakes
maid wore a gown
that of the honor attendant in Beautifully decorated sandwicheswere discussion. were decorated with tiny BIG TRADE IN SALE !
ice blue and she carried a cascade individually served to the rosebuds. The 15 ;youngsters received -
TOES favors of Mexican hats and
arrangement of pink carnations.Mr. guests on trays where lovely tray. To MeetThe baskets of mints.

Rowe had his father, Robert arrangements were centered. ,
Order of the Eastern Star Assisting Dale's mother in serv-
best man and groomsmen Greeting the the
Green, as guests at door

Lamar were Johns Jimmy, Maxie Reddish Carter Green., ,Carl Jr., line were Sam in Mrs.Anderson.the J. W. In Kincaid the receiving and Mrs. at will Past 8 meet o'clock.Patrons:Monday All will Past toe night honored.Matrons, March and All 7, Ovid ing were Bennett.Mrs. Carl Johns and :Mrs. I HURRY! THESE BIG ALLOWANCES\ FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY!

and Harry lounge were Mrs. Hogan
Smith
Dick in gownof Smith members are urged to attend. Junior Club !
The bride was attired a Mrs. Robert Green, the

candlelight tulle and silk imported bride and groom, Mrs. Artford To Install OfficersNew For Your Old ._
Chantilly lace. translucent Brown, Mrs. :Mural Gardner and Mrs. Robert Cantrell, all of Jacksonville Refrigerator On This New

encrustedsequins ....ith Mrs. Harold Smith. Miss Gayle Mr. and Mrs. Felix Uz- officers of the Junior .

was and the yoke of illusion Rowe, sister of the groom and zelle of Moore Haven, Mrs. R. C. Woman's Club will be installed at $1 100 1? "Customatic" Refrigerator-Freezer

was outlined with shirred tulle I :Miss Mary Ann Oldham, cousinof Weaver, Sr. and Mrs. Peter Kou- the regular meeting Monday night, NOR G

and pleated lace in scallops. Her the bride, kept the bride's book. rores of Miami, Mrs. Charles Smith March 7 ,at 8 o'clock in the club

long sleeves tapered to points Mrs. Jewel Roberts and Mrs. W. and Mrs Holden Smith of Haw- house. Annual reports will be COMBINATIONIN

ever the hands and were buttoned B. Mundy, Jr. cut the bride's cake thorne, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts given by all officers and committee -

wrists. The voluminous skIrt and presiding at the coffee serv- of Quincy, and Mrs. S. Ritch and chairmen. Those unable to I
at the SIZE 11.8 CU.
tulle over satin which ices were Mrs. W. E. Middleton Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown, Sr. attend should send reports to Mrs.S. FT.
of nylon
was in a Cathedral train. ebride's Mrs. T. H. Slade, Mrs. Lex Green of Gainesville. E. Simmons, president
ended 1
only ornament was a. string and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. Serv- .. ,

a gift of the groom. ing punch were, Misses Faye Paulk, REGULAR $429-95
Her of pearls chapel length veil of bridal Barbara Colley, Lu Green JoAnne See This Amazing Value! PRICE . .

illusion was in three tiers attached Slade, Judy Casey and Mrs. Bar- I I
headband made in.a bara Henderson. PIECE ;.,..aJ
to a lovely Al LESS TRADE-IN

Dutch cap shape, encrusted withseed a Assisting at the reception were i U LIVING ROOM . ALLOWANCE .1 00.00
pearls. The bride carried Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs. H. H. . .

white Bible topped with a white Adams, Mrs. Merrill Struth, Mrs.E. .

orchid from which fell cascades of L. Matthews, Mrs. James Hobbs, : : : : ,,

white satin ribbon tied with lily Mrs. Vernon Silcox, Mrs. Nelson GROUPr"Err j YOUR COST

of-the-valley. Green. Mrs. Dave Paulk, Mrs. T. ONLY $329.95

Mrs. Hogan Smith selected for T. Long, Mrs. Charley Johns, Mrs.L. I .

her daughter's wedding a waltz H. Jennings, Mrs. Marjorie Col- r

length gown of rose mauve Chantilly ley, Mrs. W. B. Parks, Mrs. J. R.

lace over matching taffeta. Wainwright, Mrs. W. B. Sewell, 1 t and You Get All 7 of

The yoke of the bodice was out- Miss Madge Middlelon, and Mrs.F. I

lined with irridescent sequins sur- S. Smith. or r. Norge's Most-Wanted Features:

rounded with gold cut steel beads. Assisting in serving were mem-

The skirt was circular with scal- bers of the younger set.
the waist to the hem- i 1. AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING, No controls no
lops from I After
spending some time with
line at both sides. With this she their guests, the couple left for buttons push no pans to empty!
orchid. ti 2. SHELVES IX DOOR Holds large or small bottles.
purple
wore a deep Aberdeen, :Md. where Pvt. Roweis
Easy to reach safe!
mother of the yet
Mrs. Green, stationed Mrs. Rowe plans to
groom, was gowned in a steel blue Stay in Aberdeen until Saturday ,, S 3. FULL-Width Freezer. 80 pound rapacity. Sealed- f

tissue: taffetta with insets of mat when Pvt. Rowe will leave for off. Keeps temperature at zero automatically

ching lace. The full skirt featured overseas duty, then she will fly I I 0 4. EGG PEST Recessed in door. Keeps eggs at just

insets of matching medallions. Her back to Starke and make her the right temperature.

costume was complimented with home with her parents and con- S 5. BUTTER BANK. Also in door. Butter stays fresh

matching accessories and an or- tinue her studies at Bradford High N cold yet is easy to spread.

chid corsage.A School where she is a senior. The 6. MOIST-COLD COMPARTMENT. Covered or uncovered

reception was held at the bride traveled in a two-piece pink food stays fresh for days and days!

Starke Woman's Club immediately wool suit complimented with Navy 0 7. ROLL-OUT SHELVES Brings foods in rear to
following the wedding ceremony. accessories and an orchid corsage. front
smoothly without effort.
Pedestal baskets of bridal flowers Pvt. Rowe graduated from Bradford -
(Actual Photograph On Our Display floor) and many more outstanding features.
and branched candelabra graced High School in 1952 and was

points of interest throughout the employed by his father at New Sofa Bed 11.8 CU. FT. NORGE CUSTOMATIC MODEL 1150Gay's
One
club rooms. The receiving line Method Cleaners prior to going All For Only

stood before the mantel which helda into service. One Platform Rocker


ment beautiful of white fan-shaped gladioli and arrange-chrysanthemums were Among:Mr. and the Mrs.out-of-town J. W. Ainslie guests, Two Step End Tables 95 Home AppliancesV.

with traces of green. T. H. Holland. L. T. Oxford H. E. One Coffee Table I

ery and tall burning white tapers Haley, J. H. Torbert and C. W. '

In silver holders. Rickter, all of Madison, Ga., :Mrs. Two Table Lamps *.

The bride's table, at one end of Thomas Oldham. Miss Mary Ann One Loop Rug ST. STARKE, FLA. PHONE 10 !

the auditorium, was overlaid witha Oldham Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Weaver ,

white satin cloth edged with Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kuhn, t it

lace which: was placed over a large Mrs. Kirby Smith and Mr. and t

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FRIDAY MARCH 4, 1955 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA PACE FIVE

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.. Ir6 '" I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lane are occupying I H. A. Lawson, J. T. Lawson: )Ir. and Mrs. George Powell) XIrs. W. E. Plummer, XIrs. V. V. XIr. and Mrs. F. F. Flume, }Ofr.I XIr. and Mrs. Carl Johns will
the Lappe house on and Ewell Lawson went to Au-I have returned to their home in Hazen and XIrs. XL F Hazen spent I and XIrs. R. A. Colson and family leave for New Orleans on Sunday
Church street. I burndale Sunday to visit their Newton, N. C. after spending two last Thursday in Jacksonville. I and XIr. and XIrs. G. P. Dover enjoyed where Mrs. Johns will enter Oest-
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Dampier ol brother, Bill Lawson who is crit weeks with Mr. and :XIrs. C. J.'I XIrs. R. F. Prather and daughter a picnic at Gold Head r.er Clinic for her regular checkup.
Jacksonville visited their son R. ically ill in a hospital there. M. L. Powell and Mrs. J. H. Fields. 1 Sandra, of Jennings, La., are I Branch on Sunday. They plan to be m New Orleans fora
C. Dampier, and family on Wed Lawson has been spending the Mr. and XIrs. George Powell, guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. XIrs. T. E. Herndon and childrenof week.
nesday. past two weeks in Aubumdale XIrs. Herbert Green and XIrs. J. J. D. Doyle and XIrs. Fay Gill. Valdosta. Ga. were weekend XIrs. George Simpson was called

Mrs. George B. Flynn, Sr. is with his brother. H. Fields visited Mr. and Mrs. Misses Dorothy Alvarez and guests of )Ir. and XIrs. M. R. to Dennison. Ohio by the serious

CAIN THE NEWSSonny spending several weeks in Tampa Among those from out <>t town Charles Fields in Wesconnett Dorothy Ross were in Lake City Judd. XIr. and Mrs. J. W. Ritch illness of her father. Sidney Rus-
Wednesday of last week. Sunday visiting friends. and XIrs. Pearl Burnham. sell.
with her son and daughter-in-law, who attended the funeral of T.
I 6 16 I I I!Mr. and Mrs. Flynn, Jr. and their J. Griffin on Tuesday, Feb. 22,

Tenly is spending this Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell and 'view baby son. were: A. F. Philips, Mrs. Georgia
week at McDill Field taking examsas daughter, Pam, have moved to 427 I'I Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr. and Mrs. Philips of Tallahassee; R. F. Xlose-'

a candidate to attend the Air Akin Rd., Jacksonville. Mr. Sewellis I Charley Johns spent Wednesday in ly of Fort White; Mr. and Mrs.

Force Academy in Denver, Colo. employed by the State Beverage Jacksonville.Cpl. H. M. Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde .(* .,,, ,

Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. Dept. with headquarters in Jack- Phoebe Green has returned Dees and Richard Griffin of Wal ,tw:<,:' ,,""- ;"":'. ,, .-"> ,
John Griffin of Ochlochnee, Ga. at sonville. to the Marine Corps at Camp) do; Al Canova, Mrs. Ola McRorie '''' "{;,9"'':;' :>,', '

tended the spring style show In Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Edwards Pendleton, Calif. after spending 30 and Mrs. E. M. Rooks of Gainesville
Tampa Monday and Tuesday. have moved back to their former days with her mother, Mrs. Nel ; Mrs. Harry Darby, and :XIr. 'I' one of 102 newCHEVRQLETS
Francine Hillendahl celebratedher home on Pratt street from Mrs. son Green and family. Enroute to and Mrs. Herbert Darby of Lake

4th birthday anniversary at a Vergie Flynn's home. ',Camp Pendleton she visited her City; Mr. and XIrs. James Darbyof

party at Kindergarten on Monday Robert Robertson, an engineer brother-in-law and sister, Sgt. and Bradenton; B. E. Darby of 'I tia tiMi I

where games were enjoyed and at Humphreys Gold Corp., from Mrs. Donald N. Hardenbrook in Ft. Tampa; XIr.: and Mrs. A. J. Williams
refreshments served. The young Worth, Texas. of Alachua; Pete Brinson of
Fort Lauderdale has taken
a room
sters received favors of suckers Mrs. Joe Wilson is in St. Au Hugh; Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan m of 102
at the home
of Mrs. A. F. Sauls. plus one
and cups of candy. gustine this week visiting Col. and of Oviedo; Mr. and Mrs. N. T.
Miss Adele Scholl, a studentat Mr, and Mrs. Bobby Alvarez Mrs. H. C. Wall. Ritch of Hialeah; Dr. and Mrs. J. i.

the University of Florida, was have taken the upstairs apartment : Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale and E. Bransford, Jr., Mr. and Mrs One Thousand Dollar
elected historian to the Zeta Tau of the Dr. T. G. Ritch home, cor- daughter, Linda Kay, and Jean Lee Holman, Mr. and Mrs. A. C.

Alpha sorority recently. ner of Call and Church street. Mundy were visiting Mrs. Alma Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. U. S. Savings Bonds '

Suzanne Ford is confined to her : Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Compton and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Griffin Jr., XIr. and Mrs. W. D.

home with chicken pox. Jr. of Eagle Lake were weekend Maytag at Jacksonville Beach Kerns Mr. and Mrs.: Karl Floret '
Mrs. Mary Lane of Jacksonville visitors of their mother, Mrs. H. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards, Mrs

spent the weekend with her mother, C. Wimberly, Sr. and sister Mrs. YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- Thos. B. Grady, Mr. and :Mrs. Ho-

Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Nelson Green and family. brook purse-size fountain pens In bart, Hufford, Mrs. Leah Bauk-
I pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad night, Miss Irene Scanlon, Mrs i,;

--, -,' -.. .-- -- -'" ford County Telegraph.Mrs. Karl Leipold, Mrs. Bernard Dean, 'l1 'l\ .
T. C. Hazen Jr., Mrs. J. XIrs. Helen Ballard, Miss I. V.
!
M. Vickers. Mrs. A. B. Baker and Osthoff, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gam- \:''
Mrs. S. G. Denmark were in Jack mel, Mrs. Helen Mock, Rev. and ;..:. ,,

sonville Tuesday.Mrs. XIrs. W. J. Churchwell, Mrs. James ?

J. D. Cottrell and grandson, Diffenbaugh. Mrs. Huldah Morgan
Stewart, of Leesburg spent Thurs B. B. Mendoza and Mark Traf-
Dedicated To Community Service -
day to Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ton. all of Jacksonville.
"Movlea Are Better Than Ever"If
I W. B. Sewell. : :Mr. and Mrs. Orin Welch of:

I you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ac Mrs. R. C. Dampier and son., Dade City were visiting their
Billy, spent the weekend in Jack daughter, Mrs. M. L. Lawson, and
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS
sonville with Mr. and Mrs. W. T family on Sunday.

Sat. March 5 Only Sun. Mon. Zeigler and family. They attendedthe and
and Tues. Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Dansby
I DOUBLE FEATURE I March 6. 7.8CROSBY John Gorrie High School Talent daughter Gloria, of Orlando were
where Victor
Show Friday evening
of last
Tuesday ,
overnight guests
I I [I n I
,, ? Zeigler performed on the trap week of Mr. and XIrs. R. O. Dans ENTER the Chevrolet $330,000
iotott S: 'drums. Mrs. Dampier underwent by. gigantic
dJlN further surgery on her leg whilein I
c'92f yrmI Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Branch of
Norfolk Va. houseguests of XIr.
T. W. Oliver of St. Simon'sIsland ,
.f f IIfl9 fUtmmtnlA 1! EI the week and Mrs. E. P. Renner of Gaines
Ga. is
......... spending visitors of Mrs. A.
PdftI ville, were all
with her brother-in-law and
I end
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I Mrs. W. H. Noll- F. ,Sauls on Sunday.Dr. a1EEKLtiTfli
--- sister, Mr. and CONTEST
And C. C. Mendoza and B. B. !
I 1 J.J J BIXG[ "- DA.Y 1t I man.Mrs.. Benedict Finzer will re Mendoza of Jacksonville and :XIr.
E ; and chil
turn home Saturday after spending; and Mrs. Herbert Darby
t -K\YK a month in Louisville, Ky. dren and Mrs. Harry Darby of

,, KOSEUW \I A- Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mathews Lake City were Sunday guests of
CLOOXLYELLEN entertained at two tables of bridge Mrs. T. J. Griffin. ,:I What an opportunity hat a contest! It's and there's no cost or obligation to you!

I Saturday evening honoring Mr. Rep. and Mrs. Doyle Conner will .. "t just getting under way! Come on in and ,
:'. : lI another about the Miracl.on .
DUJlIAfm ::; IRYNb! m se s great thing
and Mrs. John Powers of Keystone go to Pensacola this weekend to pick up your entry blank today. Fill it in
First"in VUta ViTlon Heights who are being transferredwith visit Mrs. Conner's brother Air- \ the spot-or take it home-then deposit Mile Contest. You can buy a 1955 Chevrolet

I'lus Latent World News DuPont on Mar. 15. Also pres man 3-c Fred Bennett who is in a MW NEW it in our Official Chevrolet Mailbox. The during the contest and still cnt
ent at the party were Mr. and Mrs. hospital there for a series of operations \ A big contest is open to everybody of driving lOU become a winner you will iece! 'e fa

I JOE ARNOLD Wm. Siprelle and Mr. and :Mrs. E. on his eye and leg. Mr. age in the family. In addition, all winners ash the full delivered price of a 1955 Bel I
C. Weichel Jr., also of Keystone Bennett was in a plane crash recently CHEVROLET Air Sedan the Bond if
Wed., Thurs. and Fri. \ who have taken a Miracle Mile drive in the plus Savings you

March[ 10, 11. 12 Heights.John Godwin, who is making in Newfoundland while on t pIus a new Chevrolet also win a $1,000 U. S. are eligible. Better get in and enter the

duty. 3v ? Savings Bond! It's simple and easy to enter, contest today. It's just starting.
as a patient at the Dollar
,, dtttlruscoPE rapid progress Mr. and :Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and Thousandt1.S.

s I home Lake. for and City the Mrs.V.weekend.Mr. A.E. H.Hospital.Register, was of son and, Jimmy Mrs.guests J.,of of W.Mrs.Tampa Kincaid.0.were L. Beasley weekend tl One Savings Bond I OA/E IllroOAY FOR )ETAllL


RW, Miami and Mrs.spent Henry the Godwin.weekend And with Mrs.Mr. Gail Duke, Melissa, Tom and AND YOUR THRILLING MIRACLE MILE DRIVE!
,
.--t.J.: Douglas White of Griffin, Ga. was Harry Stallings, Gus Kopelousos
Howard DUFF id Eva BARTOK the guest of the Godwins from and Jack :Miller, members of the ,
c ?a? r Episcopal Young Peoples Service TORODE
to Wednesday.Mr. CHEVROLET
Friday CO.PHONE
_--"SPACEWAYS" Kffl. NI I N and Mrs. J. M. Vickers and league were guests of the Green .
L. Sun-
Y. P. S. on
Cartoon and weekend in Fitz Cove Springs
the
}'Iu. "Catnipped" family spent
Jt111oUW evening. Accompaning the 111 CALL AND COURT STS.
Chap. No. 8 Serial gerald, Ga. visiting Mrs. Docia 1 I day from here were Rev. R. E. STARKE FLA.
Vickers and Mr. and Mrs. James group .
I'lus "Pet Peeve" Cartoon and G. Ritch. .
Mac Blaine and Mrs. T.
II. C. RITCH Latest World NewsPHILCO Griffin. Bennett of :Marianna
:Mrs. B. E.
.
,- _. .., ..II Mrs. Vergie Flynn returned -
last week visiting her daughters
home Tuesday after spending ten spent
days in Mobile, Ala. with rela : Mrs. Doyle Conner and Mrs
tives. She was accompanied home Cecil Sewell and families.
:Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan returned -
by her sister Mrs. Nora Price,,
to their home in Ovieda Have You
who will remain here for an extended Heard ?
I visit. Sunday after spending several

I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Darby days Griffin.here as guests of Mrs. T. J.

and children and Mrs. Harry Darby
of Lake City were visiting Mr. Mrs. Fred Guy and children,

and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot on Sun- Jane and Jimmy, of Gainesville I
I spent the weekend with Mrs. Guy's
THAT AT
I day.Mrs.. C. C. Mendoza and Miss mother Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. A. Z

Gloria Johns returned to their Adkins' Jr. and daughter Ann, of
II this week Gainesville were also visiting XIrs.
home in Jacksonville
I after spending two weeks with Adkins on Sunday.
Mrs. T. J. Griffin.Mr. I Paul Knight of New York City SLADE GAS co.YOU
I spent last week in :Miami and arrived -
and Mrs. A. Russell Norman
t .
attendIng I in Starke :Monday to visit
-
spent last Friday evening
I his mother, Mrs. D. E. Knight and
the wedding of their nephew.
: :Mr.
brother, Hollis V. Knight.
Denmark, Jr. to Miss '
Donald N.
I Carolyn Bird at the First Presbyterian : Knight will return to New York CAN GET UP TO
Church at Jacksonville this weekend to resume his work
I with the National Broadcasting

-"-. ...,. .,, .. ,I Beach.Mrs. Loyree Hartmann of Starke Co.I Xfr.. and Mrs. C. C. Deas and
"" ' >, I and Mr. and Sctuggs $100 For YOUR
Wednesday
!cf Gainesville spent the weekend family of Haines City were

i jat West Palm Beach as guests of evening dinner guests of
21-INCH Mr. and XIrs. J. E. Hardy.
Mr. and :Mrs. J. R. Hime.
I Mrs. D. E. Knight and Paul )fr. and Mrs. Richard Cunningham -

!Knight spent Wednesday at Jacksonville and Miss Carolyn Edwards

iJ I Mr. and Beach.Mrs. G. P. Dover returned spent Daytona Saturday Beach. and Sunday in NO DOWN PAYMENT

: Mr. and Mrs. Geitenbachof
James
; to their home in Hibbing, ,
I Brooklyn, N Y. spent a few ,
< Minn. Tuesday after spending ten
.j this week with Mr. and Mrs.
F. F. flays SMALL WEEKLY PAYMENTSAND
d days with Mr. and Mrs.
.
E. H. Prescott. !
1\\ Television 11 111c' Flume. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kuhn of

Jacksonville and Mrs. R. C. Weaver. -I
Sr. and Mrs. Peter Kouroresof c

_, t 0 M f lt Miami were Tuesday visitors of t- G
Mrs. Hogan Smith.
.. Your Gas Is Delivered To You
:_ It's a date! PTA !Spring Festial. -

\ Apr. 29, BUS! athletic field.
( ] 1 XIr. and Mrs.: Lloyd R. Lewis In Tanks, Which Is
Hi
and Mr. Lewis' mother. Mrs. L. R.

Lewis of Wilmington, Dela. willie
_'ts tr : F ll weekend guests of Col. and

Mrs. T. T. Long.Dr. YOUR CHEAPEST WAY d

XI. C. Stith of Washington

i D. C. attended the funeral of his
I
father, J. M. Stith in Deland on I
....
,, -
J' I iu ._ .
Dr. Stith
1 ,Saturday. spent Sunday
"
to Tuesday with Mrs. H. L. Brown-

lee and Mr. and XIrs. Jim Chasteen.
PHILCO I 4111
Mr. and Mrs; John Mulligan INSTANT HEAT

I former residents of Starke who

,have been living in Jacksonville.

$229.95 I have returned here and are at
., I home at 712 Oak St. NO INTERRUPTED SERVICE DUE TO BAD WEATHER

u" C. B. Kolb of Louisville Ky. is
-- Plus Antena
visiting Mrs. B. O. Perkins.
utplumbersreally Fvt. Stephen F. Alvarez returnedto COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC' RANGES
It's the value sensation of the TV world. Unmatched Go whole hog : Ft. Eustis, Va. after spending
at its price for performance and Full To clear your drain
styling. quality a 14-day furlough with his father,
Philco Custom Styled console with big 21-inch pic- Of every clog.PHONE Levy Alvarez at Raiford.

ture tube, new transformer powered chassis and Mrs. Effie Johns entered St. IT'S NICEST WHEN YOU Cook with Gas

famous Golden Grid Tuner. Plus exclusive Finger Vincent's hospital Thursday for an

Tip Tuning No Grappling, No Groping, No operation.
Guessing. Come in now for a free demonstration. State Trooper and XIrs. Carlos
Xlusgrove have moved into their


C. H. NASWORTHY attractive lumber south of mill.Starke new home near on the U.Thomas S. 301 S 1 ade Ga Co. Phone 121


Mr. and Mrs. L. XL Stokes, formerly Starke, Fla.

of Tampa, have moved ink:
232 E.. Call St Phone 193-;; their new home in Saratoga

Starke, Fla. 4H-J Heights. Mr. Stokes travels foi] I

the Marbut Milling Co.







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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 4, 1955
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NOTICE TO APPEAR NOTICE TO APPEAR Dated this 9 day of February, Dated this, the 8 day of February 01 therwise the allegations of said Telegraph.
rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Standard Offers !. Circuit Court Bradford CoBary !. Circuit Court Bradford Ceuatj 1955: A.D.. 1955.: C omplaint will be taken as confess- Dated this 9 day of February,
Florldai IB Oa.< Highest Octane Gas Evencie Lee Slmms, Plaintiff vs. Clerk of the Circuit Court. EecutriL11:
STATE FARMBy Arthur E. Simms, Defendant. Robert W. Welch Plaintiff vs. Ida 3y Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk :'/ 4t 3/4 This notice shall be published (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A, Darby
In Its HistoryThe Case No. 10-856 Lee Welch. Defendant. 2/11 4t 3/4 10:nee each week for four consecu- Clerk of the Circuit Court
Marian
By L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Notice To Appear Case No. 10-S72 i I NOTICE TOrPE.R ::\'e week In the Bradford County "
iThat's
I" :114t <
whose :Notice To AppearTo
To Arthur E. Simms. rca
:
Esi sie L. Crosby In The County Judge' Court In And In Circuit Court Bradford CountyFloridat
Standard Oil Company dence and address is: Unknown. : Ida Lee Welch, whose resI- For Bradford County, Florida.la II I. Chancery. I .
You notified that a 'I
are hereby dence and address is Unknown.
*******lWl* has been : Probate. John J. Gerardi. Plaintiff vs. Alice I
AtHm which serv-
A (Kentucky), suit for
jt 4 You are hereby notified that a Marie Gerard, Defendant. I
Divorce IX RE The Estate of IL L. Brown- Our BusinessIf
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Taylor and ing the South with petroleum products Has been filed agatnst you in the suit Divorcehas for lee, Deceased. Notice To Appear.To Case Xo. 10-S73 I' a i A S s

family moved to the Farm Satur for 69 years, announces above you are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of been filed against you In the NOTICE FINAL 01'ILIG imciIUlGE' PETITION'FOK OF I : Alice Marie Gerardi. whoseresidence i I: It's Glass We Have It!
the house above named Court and cause ana and address is: Route 3.
day. They are occupying I that the new Crown Extra gasoline your answer or pleading PlaintiL"sAttorney to the you are required to serve a copy ot E.ncrrUu Box 305, Hemlet, California. CALL WRITE or VISIT
the
that Mrs. Willie Knight formerly which the company's dealers complaint Joseph on K. Skipper, 221 your answer or pleading t'J the com Notice is hereby given that I ha\"e' You are hereby notified that a''
Miamito plaint on the Plaintiff filed! my Final returns as Executrixof suit for
: Attorney
for
lived in. Mrs.Knight left their customersthis Florida. Title Building. Jacksonville the Estate: of H. L Joe Peters Glass Co.
began offering 2, Florida T. Frank Landrum Starke, Fla.. Brownlee deceased Divorce custody control and support
her home. and file the ; that I have filed Peti- of minor child
make week, is the highest octane and file the original In the office of original in the office or my i
L. Suber and the Clerk of the Circuit Court tion for distribution and final discharge has been filed against you in the
Mr. and Mrs. J. gasoline in their long history.W. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the H day of March on and that on the 7 day of above named Court and cause ana FOR ANY GLASS NEED
Mrs. A. C. Kidd, all of or before the 1955 otherwise March, A.D. 1S55. I will apply you are required to serve ol
:Mr. and ; the allegations of to a copy We
Louisville March, 1955 Design Modern Store Fronts
, were visiting their G. Violette of Ky. 14 day of ; of said said Complaint will be taken as the Honorable Theron A. Yawn. your answer or pleading to the com
otherwise the allegations
Jacksonville, C. M. Bur- president of the company, says that Comclalnt will h taken as confess- confessed by you. County Judge of Bradford County plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney Just Mail Us A Pattern for
Mr. and Mrs. Florida for approval of said Final T. Frank Landrum, Starke
parents the several the petroleum 3d by you. This notice shall be
for past years PUblished Returns and for an Order of Distri Florida, Table Tops
nett. developing ThIs notice shall be published I In week for foua consecutive, button
been weeks and
has for Final ,
Orleans,I industry once each week for four consecutive: the Bradford County Tele. Discharge: as and file the orlgHal in the office of 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone 2-4353
Executrix -
of New of the Will of H. L -
J' B. Rivers higher and higher octane weeks in the Bradford County Telerraph. graph Brownlee, the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or .
a few days with I deceased. before the It day of March, 1955
is spending
La. manufacturersto
and sister, Mr. fuels enabling car Dated this 5 day of February,
his brother-in-law continually step up the com 1955. =
P. S. Crews. {OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 1 111111
and Mrs. of Miami pression ratios of engines in to- Clerk of the Circuit Court III
Pfc. Marion G. Crews day's more powerful cars. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
15-day furlough with 4t 3/4 ,i
la spending a "To meet and these new
R. surpass s
Mr. and Mrs. C. -
his parents, demands Standard Oil has "
engine 1
Another son A-3c Elma NOTICE TO APPEAR \
Crews. recently visitedhis raised the octane rating on its IB The Circuit Court Ot Bradford i \ II IIy
Texas,
Crews of at premium Crown Extra to its high- i (x>BDty. Florida In Chancery.Shirley .
folks and is now stationed Carter Plaintiff vs. Marvel
Ft. Warren, Wyoming. est octane of all time, Mr. Vi- Carter, Defendant. Case No. 10-87(5
olette said. Notice To AppuraTo "
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. : Marvel Carter, whose residence l- a \\
and Mrs.D. K. G. Duncan, local StandardOil and address is: Unknown.
p. S. Crews were Mr. notified that a suit 1\\
that this You are hereby
agent, announces
L. Shaw of Lacrosse, Mr. and for Divorcehas : ndC
W. S. Atwof-rt of Jackson- new gasoline is now available at been filed against you in the jf ., lhe I-drlencah toSS
Mrs.
RessieThomas Standard stations in this area. above named Court and cause and : .
ville and Mr. and Mrs. I you are required to serve a copy of ,>, ;
Thomasof answer or pleading to the complaint :
and Mrs. Mallory your
.
Starke. NOTICE TO AFPKAU Frank on the Landrum Plaintiff's, Starke AttorneyT. Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLendon IB Circuit Court Bradford County, and file the original in the office h has been
alway
Florida In Chancery.Puford of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on''i s. :
and Tommy
and sons, Spanky L. Turlington Plaintiff vs. or before the |
spent the weekend at St. Marks ,Joyce Turlington. Defendant. 21 day of March, 1955; I
Case No. W-885 of said
otherwise the allegations !
with Mrs. McLendon's brother and Notice To AppearTo Complaint will be taken as confessed "
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. : Joyce Turlington, whose residence by you.
and address Is: 4716 West This notice shall be publishedonce dace ro hear '
Cogdill.Mr. Gregory Street Pensacola Florida each week for four consecutive + !

and Mrs. H. B. Davis, Jr. suit You for are Divorce hereby custody notified of that minor a weeks graph. in the Bradford County Tele- : ;aw M :: a t xt t my I

and children visited their parents, child, and restoration of chlld's name Dated this 16 day of February,
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North, Sunday. has been filed against you in the 1955. I
above named Court and cause and SEAL Charles A. Darby I
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OFFICIAL
Mrs. Lavon Johns of (
and
Mr. you are required to serve a copy pf Clerk of the Circuit Court. ,'
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. your anwer or pleading to the complaint By Marian" Crosby, Deputy Clerk J J21S

Gerald Taylor of Callahan visited Green on the& Green.Plaintiffs Starke, Florida 4t 311'I'I \ : ;{ Tt

their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph and file the original in the office of NOTICE OF-INTENTION TO
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I
Taylor, during the weekend. before the KF.GISTIIK FICTITIOUS VIMR I
Sunday dinner guests of the O. :28! day of March. 1955; Notice is hereby given that the i, 1
otherwise the allegations of said undersigned, under the provisionsof
E. Crosbys were their son-in-law Complaint will be taken as confessed Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida II I II
and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. by you. Acts of 1941. will register with the. ,,. :
and for Bradford
This notice shall be publishedonce Clerk of the Court in
Kirby and children of Jacksonville each week for four consecutive County. State of }Florida upon
and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cros- weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph receipt of proof of publication of of ra ,
this notice the fictitious name
by and children of Bayless Hiway. Dated this 21 day of February, The Versatile Co. under which I am II I
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Crews and 1955. engaged in business at 314 N. Cherry vr T I Ii i
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(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby St.. Starke Fla.
children of Monticello were recent Cterk of the Circuit Court That the parties interested in said
guests of his parents, Mr. and By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk business are: Phil P. Vitsky, sole Z, I
____ 2/25 4t 3/18 owner, 341 N.. Cherry St.. Starke !
Mrs. G. E. Crews. ;v I IA IJ IM Ie It

Misses Ovedia and Lo Edith NOTICE' TO APPEAR Fla.Dated this 18th day of February "Ii
IB Circuit Court Bradford County A D., 1955 at Starke, Bradford
Griffis, Carolyn Crews and BeverlyJo ,Florida In Chancery. County Florida. d w i !
Crosby were visiting Miss Viv- Shirley Bertha Jennings Plaintiff 2/13 4t 3/11'J G -sir I, ':
Sidney William Jennings Defen- JI
ian Collins in Macclenny last Wed- vs.dant. Florida Statute I i

nesday. .Notice To AppearTo In The Court Of The County Judge ,
: Sidney William Jennings : Bradford County. Florida.In .
If any news items were left out whose residence and address is: 109 I'robate.In .
we are sorry. If anyone has any Wymore Road. Winter Park Flori re: Estate of James Everett I ;'j
in Loadholtz, Sr., Deceased. :
for the daYou
news paper please drop a. rv
are hereby notified that a 'I'o All Creditor and Persons Haying -
the Post Office at State Farm,I suit forDIvorce Claim or U.maDdgaDI..t Said I ,
Box 38. and restoration of maiden Estates
name You and each of you are hereby
I has been filed againt you in the notified and required to present any I :
above named Court and cause and claims and demands which you or ta I
I
STOP you are required to serve a copy of either of you. may have against the 4't
your answer or pleading to the com- estate of James Everett Loadholtz t5'a
It Is dangerous lo let cough plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney Sr., deceased, late of said County
Fred Butler 1309 Barnett Hank to the County Judge of Bradford ,,
from common cold hang on Building, Jacksonville 2, Florida County Florida at his office in the : it I,
Chronic bronchitis may develop if and file the original in the office of court house of said County atl'
your cough chest cold,or acute bronchitis the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Starke. Florida within eight calen-
before the dar months from the time of the
is not treated. Get Creomulsionquickanduseasd'lrected.Itsoothesraw 14 day of March 1955; first publication of this notice. Each' I II
otherwise the allegations of said claim or demand shall be in writing ,i I "' i
throat and chest membranes loosens Complaint will be taken as con- and shall tate the place of ,' I
fessed by you. residence and post office address of "
and helps expel phlegm,mildly .x
germy This notice shall be published the claimant, and shall be sworn to "
relaxes systemic tension and aids once each week for four consecutive by the claimant, his agent, or attorney ','1
nature fight the cause of irritation. weeks in the E'radford County Tele- and any such claim or demand 4 '"
Creomulsion is guaranteed to pleases graph. not so filed shall be void.S y.
Dated this 9 day of February ( ) Mamie Kndd Loadholtz HelmsAs In war it bI;,; conuoit to the the '
I you or druggist refunds money. 1955. administrator of the Estateof gS injured, companionship to lonely, sympathy! to the anguished t, \

(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby James Everett.Loadholtz, Sr..
CREOMUL'SIONI Clerk of the Circuit Court deceased. i In ? rtlL brings!!! food for the Hungry, shelter for 'the homeless, help for those in distress Y=6; I Ii:
I Cough.Qed Coldscute fcoachltu By: Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk First publication Feb. 18, 1955. >- AU + r

2/11 4t 3/4 2/18 4t 3/11 I Although -iri is proudly chartered By; your government;the'American? ; Red C::is a private i x c ;

I volunteer"organization with nearly 2,000,000 volunteer workers. Because of them,. because ; ;

of\you, .the American i Cross serves. the nation well-yet it costs your government nothing/ II
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Its honorary cha7rman[ ? .or. .4oJ 'w ", ti Qj. :M II

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for service to the men and women in our Armed Forces.1 .-, # _-: 4t II III

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FRIDAY MARCH 4, 1955 BRADFORD. COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA PAGE SEVEH
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Revival To BeginAt I I............... ...TT.TTTTT..TTT.TTTTTTTTT.T.TTT. fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTI8AYLESS reek. in the .PRADFOKD COUNTY.ELEGUAFH. NOTICE OF I TE%'LIO\ TO
AME
REGISTER FICTITIOr >
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Dated this 23 day of February
Bethel Baptist 98;. Notice is hereby given that tne
HMAY\ OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby undersigned, under the provisions
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy
Clerk of the Circuit Court. of Chapter 20.JS3 Laws of Flondd.
e aynr E!Iy Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Acts of 1941, will register wun th
Ozora Johnson Editor by Mrs. O. E. Crosby -I4t 3/15 Clerk of the Court in and for Bradford -

, , ,', , , , , u.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAU.uA NOTICE-TO APPEVR receipt County of ,proof State of of publication Florida, upon o::
A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AJ 1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIpearance J a Circuit ('ourt, Bradford County, this notice, the fictitious name at

r R. J. E. TEACHER I I I this term. There will be : There will be a guest speaker at Faye Florida Webb la, I'lamtiff's.Chanrrrj-, James E. Doctors engaged Hospital in business under at which 301 West I an.

t Revival CALLED BY DEATH I'an appearance in Hampton and Bayless Hiway Church this Sun-Vebb, Defendant. Call St., Starke. Fla.
Methodist Church Old Time
Case
Xo.
I The sudden death of Alice Marie Wateroak before the end of the and : To Appear 10SS4lotlee Dr. Calvin J. Houpt. 33, Walnut
day morning while the
r I night t 1:1 St., Starke Fla, sole owner
f MemberAt Graham Baptist Wilson, popular teacher of Starke,|I' school term and that will complete I To: James K. Webb, whose resi- .
Pastor's Rev. dente[ Dated this 23rd day .f February
Saturday pastor Martin is opening aweek's and address is: 417 West ::nd
came as a shock to her many: the program as planned in pre- I Street; Peru, Indiana. I A.D. 1905, at Stark Bradford
chip Class_10 a. m. An Old Time Revival will beginat "x friends, acquaintances and relatives -'Ii planning conference by this group. revival at Evergreen. You are hereby notified that a ,Count, Florida. i.S!i 4t J IS
Sunday Church School 9:45a. suit for divorce,
:Mr. and Mrs. H. B. custody and
Church on the city of Jacksonville Chairman Thomas is asking Kelly spent
m. Morning Worship 11 a. m., the Graham Baptist throughout Betty control of minor child I
7. service and surrounding communities. -1 all teachers to be present at a the weekend with friends in Miami. has been filed against you In the I
March Song
the sacrament of the, Lord's Sup Monday above named Court and cause and
per and Communion Meditation. each night at 7:30 with preaching Her death came on Saturday very important rehearsal on Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Louis Grimsleyof )rou are required to serve a copy of I FILL I DIRT I
I evening, Feb. 26. As a teacher of at RJE. The group has been Jacksonille your answer or pleading to the complaint -
Recreation Time 5:30 p. m. Fellowship services will be conducted spent Sunday with on the Plaintiffs Attorney
8 The
at third grade in R. J. E. she was asked to sing at the funeral of. T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. I
Supper for Intermediates I Mrs. Grimsley's mother Mrs. S.
by Rev. Richard Lee 0 rand loved by all her pupils; she will Alice Marie Wilson on Saturdayin R.I and file the original in the office GOOD RICH
I Seniors 6:15: p. m. Worship Clark. I of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
tarke, pastor of the.Bethel Baptist be greatly missed by her coworkers. -I Jacksonville. on or before the
Service for MYF Groups, 6:45 p. Church. Everyone is invited I Since starting her teaching in' Lawtey Training School is Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and 28 day of March, 1955: TOP SOIL
m. Evening Service 7:30 p. m. I operating 1 otherwise the allegations of said
:Monday Official Board Meetto attend. the county she has taught at Wa-:I in the new building ac- daughter Carolyn visited the Eddie (Complaint will be taken as confessed
teroak school and served for by you.
ing, 7:30 p. m. many cording to an announcement from Normans at Switzerland last Sun This notice shall be published See
as principal of Hampton once each week for four
The Tabernacle years consecutive
Wednesday Childrer's Bible) At i Training School. She is a memberof Supt. H. P. Morgan. This modern day.We weeks. in the Bradford County Telesraph. BILL JACKSON
Hour 3:30 The John-
Story p. m. under for the New St. James A. M. E. Church, plant is the pride and Joy of the are glad that Danny Martini Dated this 23 day of
Plans Jackson
son Family Singers will give a are way i I Transfer
is better ]1935. Company
at this FebrUar"j
Rev. Edgar Wilkinson pastor of Jacksonville.She principal, faculty and pupils. They writing. He was
sacred concert. For ten years they observance early in April of the ((:OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles i
sick last
week with
i the Baptist Church, will tonsilitis. \ Phone
Lawtey ] 165
were,on CBS network, 7:30 m. 22nd Anniversary of the founding leaves to mourn her loss a were a group of excited youngsterswhen Clerk of the Circuit Court.
p. By Marian L. I
series of revival services, Mrs. W. Crosby Deputy Clerk
W.
begin a Webber and children
Thursday Youth Choir Re- of the work at the Gospel Taber- tost of relatives, friends and schoolchildren they were told that they iof )II :2 25 4t 3/15 _
at Bethel Church east of Jacksonville
f Baptist were recent guests ...
that she has touched and
hearsal, 6:30: p. m. Chancel Choir nacle. could enter the new building with
Starke, Monday night, March 7. of the
Raymond
Crosbys. \
rehearsal, 7:30 p. m. Dr. John McNeill expected in taught. Silent respect is given tone 0 out "taking off their shoes" All
Service will at 7:30
Saturday Pastor's MemberMarch for a week's series of meet- Song begin who has devoted her life to, patrons and friends are invited Thought for the week: Keep thy

I ship Class, 10 a. m. ings.ALVAREZ' and preaching at .8 each evening. better thinking and better living. to drive out and see this beautiJ !- heart with diligence for out Of it I MOVINGLOCAL
R. L. Lee, of the
Rev.
-,- pastor We deeply regret the loss of tit s J I ful new school. We are deeply comes the issue of life. \
welcome
church, extends a cordial
fine teacher. grateful to Chairman Brown and -
Men's Clothing to the public.Homecoming. CARD OF
-PHONE
TIIAXKS Safe
STORE The funeral is being arrangedby other members of the Board of I

Established 1894 I Soon Hillman-Pratt Funeral Home I'Public Instruction and especiallyour We wish to thank our neighborsand OR Dependable

and is tentatively set for Satur- Superintendent who has done friends for their kind expressions LONGDISTANCE Economical 311

At Heilbronn ChurchRev. ;day, March 5, pending arrival of I so much to make this building of sympathy in our bereave-

I a brother in the ,service who is complete and comfortable for our ment. Our sincere thanks and grat- R. B. Alvarez OR

currently at sea. I children. Watch this paper for the itude for all of your comfortingacts. Agents For TRANSFER AND

I 1TA and Hobby Club "Chit-Chat"l i open house dates of Lawtey Training .- Mrs. Ruby Parrish and Delcher Bros. STORAGE CO. 250-J

First Baptist Church Hamoton The PTA of RJE held'its regular and RJE new schools.A family.
,
> ;' 4 ) meeting on Wednesday, March 2, & M UNIVERSITY

:: with Pres. Sophia Royal presiding.The CONDUCTS EXTENSIONA CARD OF THANKS
Merle L. Packham Pastor STORAGEPerryman
q group had planned to purchase class in Child Development.

a new piano for the new Education 539, has been organizedby Our heartfelt thanks to all who I

S.S.10 A.M. T.U. 6:30 P.M. :bq i ar: auditorium. On Wed. of last week the Extension Division of FID-I extended comforting sympathy and Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida
6r3.4h the supervisor asked a representative rida A & M University. help in our recent sorrow. For

Preaching Hour: 11 A.M. and 8 P.}!. ;r a w'h 9,rs I to come and demonstrate pianos Norwood and other representatives -!the beautiful service, floral: offer-
to the music faculty and PTA completed the organizationon ings, and other kindnesses, we are

Wed.Night "Hour of Power" 8 P.M. L representatives, this was done anda last Thursday. To date 15 per(deeply grateful. Nathan N. Pre-

lovely spinet piano was left for sons have enrolled for this graduate vatt and Marguerite Prevatt DRAPES

PTA approval. The company will course. The plan of action was Roberts.
This is a Church in which the Bible is z allow a generous discount to the I motivated by the supervisor for in- SLIP COVERSREUPHOLSTERING 1Ja

school if this purchase is made.E. service growth of the teachers and

Preached and Taught E. Minott, music specialist for !to meet a need of many of the I NOTICE TO APPEARn

Lhe! county, recommended this piano teachers in near-by counties.Ve I Florida Circuit In Coati Chancery.Bradford Count?,

COME WORSHIP WITH US highly and hopes that the are proud that Starke is being Norma Sadler, 1'lamtiff, vs. Martin
Sadler,
Defendant.
M qF organization will agree to purchaseit ''used as an extension center for Case No. 10-S83 BEAUTIFUL FABRICS
at once. The school is greatly in teachers. We think we have one \ollce To Appear:
need of more than one piano. It of the biggest and best small I' To: Martin Sadler, whose residence ELEGANT STYLING
and address is: 3505 Wash- PERFECT TAILORING
M. D. Garrett, noted radio may be remembered that the PTA, towns in central Florida. The neton Blvd., Ilaelthorpe, Maryland.

evangelist of Del Rio, Texas and purchased a used piano last year,i class will meet each Wednesday:,I You suit are for hereby Divorce notified that a
Call
Peg 239 for
REVIVALEVERGREEN E I L Chattanooga, Tenn. will conduct but as the school grows there is from 6:30: to 9:30.: Persons interested -i''has been filed against you in the at Advice and

revival services at the Heilbronn a need for more of every type of in auditing the course for no !above you are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of A Free Estimate

Baptist Church beginning Sunday utility in it.President credit may consult the instructor. your answer or pleading to the
'
MISSIONARY March 6. The song service will be M. Dell is asking all Delegates To Attend FSTA complaint T. Frank on the Landrum Plaintiff's Starke Attorney, Fla.I I

gin each night at 7:30 o'clock with members .of the Hobby Club to be Several teachers have been se- and file the original in the officeof CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
BAPTIST CHURCHWEST preaching at 8. present this Thursday night for a lected to attend the Florida State or before the

LAWTEY The pastor, Rev. Milton Dukes, very important meeting at RJE. Teacher's Association as delegates -I otherwise 28 day the of March allegations, 1955;of said Radio Seat Covers Upholsterin

will have charge .of music and I The county-wide hobby club exhibit for Bradford County. The Complaint will be taken as confessed Starke Fla.
extends a cordial invitation to will take place next month meeting will convene in Orlando, by you. ,
This notice shall be published
everyone to attend these services. and we want to make plans for March 16-)8. The Bra-Co-Phil- each week for four consecutiv
STARTING SUN. MARCH 6 hormonic under the direction .
this affair. We hope to make this Society ., -

Ministers Plan display in the lovely new auditorium of E E. Minott will singin .... -- -- '- -.. -:'-! -,-.--" '.
of RJE high school. the music festival on Fridayand
H.. C. MARTIN, Evangelist I Easter ServicesPlans Tom Thumb Wedding will be represented with a Wash Your Clothes PUT IN NEW FLOORS m

Wateroak trio, soloist, and female chorus.
elementary school, YOU '
EVERYONE WELCOME for pre-Easter noondayservices Pleasant Grove, will present a Persons elected as delegates are 9 Pounds WILL AGREE

which are to be held at Tom Thumb wedding on Fridaynight I Principal Thompkins, L. S. Williams OLD FLOORS *
the First Methodist Church, and March 11, rain or shine at E. E. Minott, SupervisorJohnson. For 40c! STAND OUT*

J. E. LINGERFELT, Pastor for the Easter Sunrise Service at the Methodist Church, Rev. D. W. Others participating in SO $

Kingsley Lake, were made at a Demps pastor. Principal Robertshas festival are Frances Pierce, Mable) FREE Bleach If Desired! SHABBILY

monthly meeting of the Starke practiced the bridal party long Jenkins, Zipporah Jennings, A. Dan yes

Ministerial Association held last and hard and promise you Anderson, Mildred Turner. Manyof -

Monday at the First Methodist I evening of unique entertainment. the principals and teachers that -. !

Church. Rev. R. D. Sommer will The costumes and wedding gowns are not delegates plan to attendafter

preach at the Sunrise Service another d have been school on Friday in time for &fr -
:: designed by R. C. Donald We Will : -
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ministers will also take part the music festival 2-
REVIVALHEILBRONN first grade teacher, while mu and pull for
A partial report of the COmmunity sic will be played by supervisor Bradford County to win the fro Dry Your Clothes 2Q=,

religious census was madeat Johnson. A small donation will be phies. For 20c

the meeting, and all churcheswere : asked at the door.: All patrons and SPOUTS ,
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urged to complete the work. friends are asked to attend this R. J. E. Tigerettes won conso la New Automatic Driers: C LOCAL TRADEMARKS roc a
I
BAPTIST
wedding that is being sponsoredfor lation prize at the recent basketball

Presbyterian Church the P. T. A. of the school. Pa I tournament held in St. Au

CHURCH I trons that have pledged a payment i gustine. They were also named I

Saturday Adult Choir practice ,I on the kitchen range are the best dressed team which pleased :'::

3 p. m. asked to make them as soon as'I coach Butler very much. The -R--KE '

BEGINNING MARCH 6TH Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Morn-I possible. The regular meeting will'I winners of the district tournament The Waslieteria _--. SE.RVICE!

I:'n Worship 11 a. m.. "Transfigured -,be held at 7:30: p. m. at the school! were as follows: Boys of J -

7:30 EACH NIGHT{ I ::: Lives." Youth Fellowship,'I l on Monday, :March 7, with president Hawthorne; Girls, St. Augustine; Temple AveCHARLEY. Star ke =BUILDERS SUPPI./E.r .
6 m., Frances Caldwell and Margaret Desue bust, for I
p. 'I presiding. Other runnre-up boys, High Springs; .
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Rose Duncan, hostesses.Evening ness will include the purchase of'for girls, Hastings. The state! :!': -oi 'if1.. -___, .. .' -"- 4S &JiJ.: tttJA.l.1p4!

Rev. M. D. Garett, Evangelist Worship 7:30 p. m., "God's'Eternity : gas for the stove in order to continue I tournament will be held in Jacksonville I I
and Man's Limitation." the "hot lunch" program.A .I this weekend at which ,

You have possibly) heard this Nationally Known Baptist Tuesday -- Circles of the Womenof health survey is being made by I time R. J. E. girls and boys will II

Evangelist on the Radio Now See and Hear Him in the Church will meet at 8 p.l I principal Roberts and the teachers participate. I
Person m. as follows: Circle 1.ith M rs. I. Jelson and R. Donald. A scale '.MUSIC FESTIVAL

r Rudolph Sink; Circle 2 with Mrs. was recently purchased in order,! The district music festival was

John Mixon: Circle 3 with Mrs. to weigh each pupil and study his J held in Jacksonville on Friday,

Dr. Milton Dukes Pastor Claude Crowson. ,nutrition problems. The Unit on Saturday and Sunday of last week. ,
Wednesday Prayer meeting Indians of America is creating The county was ably represented

IN 7:30 p. m.Thursday. much interest in the upper grades by; E. E. :Minott, music specialist, ; ,
CHARGE OF MUSIC
Junior Choir practice taught by principal Roberts. They: who served in several capacities '
', n' 3:30 p. m.PINE hope to culminate the unit with a I but was especially colorful ::
in his -r;) '
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"' 0. trip to an Indian village on the duo-accompaniment in the .

,. .. .1TV VVTVYTYTVVTTt Tft+vVV.I Tamiami Trail early this spring: j I I of the Republic" with"Battle'Hymn Helen;, t.
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LEVEL I making a definite effort to have I music department. He plans to 1 f 6 'A

their quilt ready for; the exhibit in, take a group of R. J. E. singers to i'

EVANGELISTIC CRUSADE li> Mrs. 11. M. :\Idat' April at RJE. Principal Taylor I''I the state festival in Jacksonvillethis ,
! has brought her sewing machine week.CHURCH. I ,

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWe all facilitate the way matters.from Hawthorne to" NEWS E. JOHNS & SON YOU KNOW WHERE MONEY GOESIF -

were glad to have our Spas Mt. Pisgah A. M. E. Church will -
Thurston Elementary school of about this questionI
tor and wife, Rev. and Mrs. W. hold regular communion services
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH E. Hall, back with us at church Lincoln City held regular Hobby I on Sunday with the pastor, Rev. YOU PAY BY CHECK
Club last
night.
meeting Monday
last Sunday after spending a week I E. L. Walker, administering Holy guess we made things a

I at Canton, Ohio where they attended Principal Price presented the 1 Communion. All members and little too hot while visitinrelatives. .
beautiful two-burner hot that
STARKE the World Baptist Fellowship the PTA had purchased plate for the t church friends is are located asked to attend. The They had a firewhich You don't have to "track down" your expenditures I
Conference. They were accompanied in Lincoln City.
school. She stated that this hot] destroyed most of our
by Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Engleof I Funeral services for the late because I
;
i plate could be used by the mem clothing and luggage. Does your monthly statements and
Berea Baptist Church in Jack ,Loretter Hudson will be held at j
bers of the PTA for other community our own House-hold Goods'I
BEGINNING SUNDAY MARCH
6 Mt. !
sonville. Pisgah on Sunday, March 6, Fire cancelled checks give all the I
activities. The next CountyWide Policy cover our clothing you answers.
W. E. Lewis and son Cornelious at 2:30 p. m. with Rev. Walker I'I
Community Meeting will from home?
of Plant City arrived Wednesday I be held at the Methodist Episcopal,officiating. Arrangements are inI I I away Saves work, worry, and bookkeeping. Open I
night of last week because of the charge of Hughes and Chestnut,I i II I -
I Church next door to the school)
I serious illness of his brother Elam on Sunday, March 13, at 3 p. m'l j morticians. your checking account now with this bank. I
REV. L D. HAINESWILL Lewis. They also visited Mr. and I All patrons and friends from the! Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church If
E
Mrs. E. C. Lewis and family while several school communities are'will have Holy Eucharist at 11 a. Charley Johns II f

DELIVER THESE MESSAGES here.Rev. asked to lend their support to this" m. and 7:30: p. m., Rev. John
and Mrs. O. J. Raulersonof program which was initiated by Groover. pastor, in charge. Sun- I
Jacksonville and Rev. and Mrs Teachers day School will start at 10 a. m..

Rafuse and daughter of Lawteywere The Association Bradford, Principal County C. C. Anderson Supt. Homer Williams presiding.The & Son Agency FLORIDA BANK at STARKE

MRS. L. A. CANOVADIRECTOR recent visitors of the H. D i. president. The group has apt Allen Silver Tea will be held I
McRaes.Mr. I'
on Sunday, March 13, at 5
New River and p. m.
peared in Lawtey. : Phone i
OF MUSIC and Mrs. Clyde Hughey o Starke. This will be the fourth apfour instead of 3 because of the CountyWide 13 Starke, Fla. Member Florida National Group !

Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs.V. Community meeting in .&...&. &&. A ..AA..A.&...&. I 4p, }
E. Thornton Saturday.H. weeks ago from Starke. Lincoln City. All persons are ask-
Members Of The Baptist BrotherhoodWill H. Lewis visited his aunt, I Mrs. Alma Starling spent last I'ed to leave Lincoln City to come I

Be The Song LeadersDon't Mrs. Charity Glisson. at Lake i!|week with relatives in Jackson-'to Starke and enjoy the tea. Mil-
Geneva last Friday and with]I ville. dred Paul is in charge and promises -

another aunt, Mrs. Turner, the Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas you a spicy program.i.b .

three enjoyed a while fishing.We and children, and Mrs. B. M. PS7i.1:9.
Fail To Attend Each One Of These :
were glad to have Mr. and Thomas and children all of Brook-
Mrs. Everett Oliver of Jackson er visited Mr. and Mrs. H. H. --

Evangelistic Meetings ville and others with us at church Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. E. G. S

last Sunday.We Lewis last Sunday. : H. C. WALL AGENCY
welcome :Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Remember the revival meeting

WELCOME EVERYONE Green of Jacksonville who movedto at Pine Level Baptist Church be-I

this community last Saturday, ginning next Sunday night with PHONE 146 ;

I and }rr. and Mrs. J. E. Starlingand preaching by Dr. Cecil Simmons. wf. 200 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.

__ ,- ,p ,__ ---n __ ._ 7' ..., ..,; family who moved in about Everyone welcome. I, IIQUIO Oft UMUA5T Uiim .



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EIGHT
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA

FRIDAY MARCH, 1935
I Pine Level RevivalRevival !I ..
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live weeks in the Bradford
W.C.T.U. above named Court and cause and TO WHOM IT MAY
Telegraph. CONCERN: tion of Maple Street ly:iig and
services will begin Sun- led.tljis 2 day of March. you are required to serve a copy of Notice is hereby given that on running between Blocks mol *
Irs SMART NOT TO DRIXK. I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. your answer or pleading to the complaint February :Sth. 1955. in accordance in said E. \\ hayes Suh-di.isinn
day, March 6, at Pine Level Baptist SPORTSGet on the Plaintiffs with Sections 343.43
YOU CAN GET ALONG WITH Clerk of the Circuit Attorney and 343.34. and the described p rt.an 'Of
Church and continue through I By Mavan: L. Crosby Deputy T. Frank Landrum Starke. Florida i Florida Statutes 1947. the Board of Hickory Street lying and r nnmgbet".en
A WOODEN LEG. BUT YOUC.X'T 3/4 4t and file the original in the office [County Commissioners of Bradford Blocks S .uici :' in aid
'.GET ALO.NG WITH A. the 13th. Services will begin each 'of the Cle.-k of the Circuit Court on County, adopted a Resolution clos I I E.V.. Hayes Sub-division and
night at 7:30 o'clock with Rev. I .NOTICE TO APPE.11' ior before the 4th day of April. lu g, vacating and abandoning' that the portions of said MitpU and
WOODEN HEAD. IT IS THE Cecil Simmons of Gadsden Ala. fa Circuit Court. Bradford 1955; otherwise the allegations of portion of two certain unused plat-i Hickory Streets ht-re.n des: 'rioe.1lying
hRAIN THAT COUNTS. BUT i Out The Florida !. Chaarerr. said Complaint will be taken as Ited streets described as follows: and being UI the South
Linament
IN OUDEIC THAT YOUR BRAIN a.s evangelist. Hortense ___ Callie demons. Plaintiff, v*. confessed by you. I That portion of Maple "*street I, Half of Northeast ynar'! of
demons. Defendant. This notice aall be nuMIshed once and that portion of Hickory Southeast Quartet "f >.a'8.r> :
>IAV BE KEPT CLEAR YOU I Case N'o. each week for four consecutive I Street each running from Cypress |i I Township and Rang !,;..t ..11mentioned. '
MUST KEEP YOUR BODY WELL Brownie Scouts Votloe To Appear. weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Street on the South to their in- .
Faculty Takes On FBLA Tonight To: Rill demons whose resld graph. tersection with the South line of and renouncing and distl. .-.uz*; ai-
AND FIT. THAT CANNOT and address is: Unknown. Dated thi :! day of March. 1905.; the North Quarter of Southeast ,right of the count and itn i-nt'!'i
BE DONE IF ONE: DRINKSLIQt'O.K. I Troop 1 of the Brownie Scouts You are hereby notified (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Quarter of Section 3! Township in and to the land I>nip w.'h i. tit
suit for Clerk of life Circuit Court t> South Range 22 East and confines of .
also said 'f
." met in the Methodist recreation I portiiT! : *atd
I I Bradford High faculty membershave Rocky Garner. Randell Davis. Jack I Divorce Py Marian L Crosby. Deputy Clerki44t35 being the present Southern boundary Maple and hickory Stn.tat.. i. -
(DR.'CHARLES MAYO IN building Tuesday afternoon at 3:30. I has been filed against you in I 3 I or City Limits of the City <>f dt!:('ribed.
NATIONAL PROHIBITIONIST.) The leader, Mrs. N. J. Reiner is organized a basketball team LeFevre, and Byron Newcombe.The above named Court and cause Starke Florida.. on the North, I I Dated this :Sth day ,.t Feb: ujtrA \
said
j Street* a> platted in l> .
I E. W. 1955ttlPFlL'IAL
and will play their first and teachers have a squad composed you are required to serve a !I Ha
instructing the Brownies in making ( probably of >e.- Su!>-iliiMon '!
Adoption of according to'
your answer or pleading to the (' Resolution of i I SEAT.) JU'AR' >F
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-I__ pocketbooks pot holders and last) game of the season tonight of Coaches Joe Hill and plaint on the Plaintiffs Hoard of County Caniniix..lnnf'rll' jil.it 1'k cf 2,' <111 it "-rdrd in Plat rnl'XTY' C'OMMISSiVUUS OF
book markers out of oil cloth. She Leonard Register, P. T. Nolin, T. Frank Landrum Starke. Cloning I'art of nuord PlattedMrrrt ..I' B'.Hlt'. P.IK ril IV Hulilu IS- .id BI\I'PIU' t'I''XTFl.. .. 'T,.' \
>
oat\ F! .
on the armory floor. It and file the original In the and Diwlalminc Any n ida .ah I 1\ I'Iiaar-s \ ti.'li 'u. .. I
is also planning a hike for thetroop Blankenship, Knight, Dick, Payne, the Clerk of the Circuit Court ., Rittht of County and the Publicin "t.aid s> i l I. up' ,rnrt> fee ., ,, ,' IL\ I .0
DIC in the near future. Refreshments might be called a game of the"Tape and Mainor. or before the 4th day of i' and to the Land I.>lag Within the<' in width tud 'HI di-si ribed por-

THE ATBl of Cokes and cookies I and Liniment Conference." Coach James Hobbs will officiate -.1955; otherwise the allegations Confine Thereof. ti
FL-: said Complaint will be taken as
I were served at this meeting by The Future Business Leaders of the contest. Game time is fessed by you. yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyywyyyb'

LSTARKE Mrs. Ruth Broadway. America Club, an organization I 8 p.m. Admission will be 50c for This notice shall be > WINKLER
ELECTRIC
once each week for four
I of high school students, has the adults. Proceeds will to \ SERVICE
go the! weeks In the Bradford County
Fri., Sat.-March 4, 5 II following boys ready for action j activity graph. I
| TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTj"TICKOFF" r : fund of the club sponsoredby I II
DOUBLE FEATURE I Dated this 2 day of March II I
Dewayne Elder, Sidney Jackson Miss Della
Rosenberg,
I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. : I j !
Laramie Mountains Clerk of the Circuit I!,

Charles Starrett, Smiley Burnette I 1 I I, Baseball Squad Begins Shaping Up ey Marian L. Crosby.- Deputy 3.4 4t :! ;



-AndHoliday In-Havana !;. A SENSATIONAL DISCOVERY!NEW Intra-Squad Game Scheduled Today j Florida la Circuit NOTICE In Court.CMnrrrF.TO Bradford APPEAR(' the'I;:,' RADIO ,

Doris Cluck. Plaintiff, vs. \ I
Dehl Arnaz and Mary Ilatcher ,
Cluck Defendant. Case No.
PIuS Serial Give your dog a capsule! Coach Joe Hill looks a littlemore arm, height, and the coordinationto Jiotlre To Appears AND
Chapter Xo. 5 and '
Color Cartoon Rid him of Fleas & Ticks! pleased as some of his diamond -I I hit the ball for distance. At r To: Everett Cluck, whose c
for Children
,dence and address is: Trucker f t L1
I aspirants are beginning toj:I[,first base Curtis McGee and Billy I ifornia care General Delivery. TELEVISION5995
AT ALL DRUG STORESAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA hit the ball for more distance and Harrington will probably alternate, You are hereby notified j jault 4

Sun.. Mon. and Tues. glove the ball with a bit more I I and if both come around in the Divorce.for custody and control- I 'fHtlR t i( ; 17-inch TVSlahogany .

March 6. 7, 8 I agility than last week. Holdover slugging department, the other minor child > AWTLERft'AHOGROW 11111 1'I' ; $ icieT; ;
DOUBLE FEATURE di ll pitchers Edgar Edwin has been flied against you In II| 71t1IoFII
Akridge, might be used in the outfield. I above named Court and cause )Ii ANtNI /
Johnny GuitarJoan Johns, and Wallace Rivers are Kenneth Parrish and Edward Ak you are required to serve a copy i fIREW and ServiceraSSeeSsSSSS4S.SSSJ

showing well as hitters and your answer or pleading to I NtWSET -rs-sss rssss .
up ridge are bidding for the second I I rssssssssspsg
Craw ford Sterling Hayden complaint on the I, EACH S'tR.-- THe PZM4W7ZLR3. 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE
COLONIALFLORIST well be 166 Starke
might used
-And- as pinch batsmen :'base position. At third base returnee Attorney T. Frank L Florida
or at other positions in the Gus Kopelousos, is Starke. Florida --
getting -
and file the original in the -----
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The Fabulous Senorita field. A. newcomer to the mound competition from Raymond Stefa- of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ..

staff, Kenneth Parrish, is also nelli and Henry Richarde. or before the 4th day of : I. Be aware there's nothing --- .::
Starring ESTELJTA 1955; otherwise the allegations

The Toast of PanAmericaPlus working Rushton out and as Calvin an infielder.Pace are Eulie the This afternoon (Friday) an in- confessed said Complaint by you.will be taken : I' average the BULLIXGTOX about the gift !selectionsat STUDIO Sell It Rent It Trade

Color Cartoon for ChildrenWed. tra-squad game has been scheduled I This notice shall be
PHONE 218 only catchers on the squad andwill once each week for four I AND GIFT SHOP. We have
l have to the load. and interested rooters as well as weeks in the Bradford County
carry De- everything you could want .

Thur.-March 9, 10 Wayne Elder gives the team experience -I the coaches will be able to get a graph Dated this :2! day of March, and at prices \\1'11itbln jour WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
j
DOUBLE FEATURE (j) at shortstop. I better look at the diamond pros OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of) the Charles Circuit A. I| reach. Come in look around j

It is a wide open competition for pects of Bradford High this Marian L. I
The Yellow Balloon I By Crosby. Deputy ] )'ou'll be bark again and Low Rates
the other 3/4 4t :! : Good Results
positions. A trio of spring. The game is planned for: again.olice Easy To Place

Andrew Kay and Kathleen Ryan I FLOWERSFor outfielders will have to be selected immediately after school. The OTICE TO APPEAR I j JO WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION

from this list: Paul first scheduled IB Circuit Court. Bradford : I We
Magyari regular
-And- game for: I EACH
ADDITIONAL.
WORD
All Occasions Florida I. Cfrii.er7.Marvin { 2c
Eugene Magyari Buck Gill, Joe the Tornadoes will be played in Thomas Shaw. Plaintiff, I| ISror.\T, OF 15 PER CE>T 0V TWO OR I

Kiss Of DeathVictor DISH GARDENS Harden, Donald Carter Bill Alderman Starke on March 18 against Green Emmie haw: Defendant Case.Xo '; &illthq MORE I\SERTIO.

Mature and Brian Donlevy and Jbhn Goolsby. Goolsbyis Cove Springs. It will be a night :Notice To Appear. 23c ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID
POTTED PLANTS a ninth grader who has a good game. To: Emmie Shaw, whose !, ADVANCE
Plus Color Cartoon for Children and address is: Unknown : IAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I
:
I I Your are he-eby notified MEMORIAMS, CAKDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS _
p POTTERY I 20c Per Line
Intra-mural TrackThe BBS EliminatedBy suit for divorce '
has been filed against you In I (COUNT 5 WORDS TQ EACH LINE)

Flowers WiredAnywhere PalatkaFor ____
following results were posted 4 -- -
HAVE ---- ------ -
this week in the intramural

track and field events at Bradford three quarters Bradford's AZALEAS FOR $1.50 FOH' B7"MontsODierlr Ward

YOU High. Wayne Wooten-IOC !!Tornadoes Palatka last held the upper at hand St. over COLLINDRA (Powder Puff) $3.50 FOR SALE ITS I Floor Radio Lamp and n.I'honograph Montgom-
Thursday Augustine
Nona Sf. Starke won the shot put with a heave of tory Ward Wringer Watlher uo
wondered how Chiropractic can 33 ft. 3 inches. Other place winners but the Maroons turned on 0 FRUIT TREES SLAG ROCK Inquire noll-awa Trallt'r bed with mattress $25 ,
be so effective in correcting so the heat in the final period towin Vest lliway Chapel
Hiway
were Harold Beasley-12A, S CAMELIASFlower IS Phone 93.W '
many "impossible" Illnesses? Myron Prevatt-lOB, James Harrell- 48-41. Both coaches agreed Excellent for Drivewaysand 2tchg 3, 4
The answer is himple. Since the after the that their I
game FOR
respective S.\LE-O
lOA, and Charles Kirkland-llB in Parkways acre farm al cleared
nervous system! controls the ,teams had an off night. good land V 4 acre tobacco allot,
that order. the
In discus throw
function of each organ. a pressure Seed nient. Modern C B house Terms
Townsend
Strickland
and Glen $3.00 Per YardIn W. J.
Weldon Puehner, }
will Jimmy won first place with 4 mile from Rai-
on any nerve impairthe J Reddish ford.
function of the fed a toss of 89 feet 2 inches. Weldon were high for Bradford 5 Yard Lots ltp
organ
by the pinched nerve. 9ci4 was, from room 12B. Other places with eleven points each. About FOR bull SALE One Pure bred Brahma

Your Chiropractor has scientific winners were Charles Kirkland- carloads of Bradford rooters GRO-TONE MAGIC BLOOM HY GRO I I Call Tf. N'neeel.with papers.phone %%Reasonable.1. W
attended the Up
llB, game. PLANT FOODS BILLY JACKSON
instruments to locate nerve Dewayne Elder-12A, James WISH
Ketterlinus of St. TO PUT industrial
preM ure and Is qualified to Harrell-lOA and Virgil Lee-lOA. Augustine Phone 165 to Starke, with land close

skillfully remove the nerve pres- There were only three teams in the!eliminated Bishop Kenny of Jack- ,. All Kinds Garden and Field Seed dress logs; also income or property.without build-Ad.
'sonville, the tournament favorite on I full details to: C.W.I'
sur 440 yard relay. The 12A team of i FOR SALE-One pas space heater 79th Ave. S. E.Vashlngton 343:
Jackson I'Thursday afternoon. Friday evening brand new, others of various __ P. C. 28.
If'you have stomach trouble Elder, Hicks and Buck IQtp 3/4
ha\i your Chiropractor locate was first. Second was the lOC both Ketterlinus and Palatka SISTRUNK FEED & SEED STORECall Only.sizes It.used E. MacBlaln for Sale, cheap.Phone 60W.Cash WANTED-COTTOV RAGS
were eliminated, throwing DuPont ?tp 3/4 ttE -MUST
and remove the nerve pressureand team of Sullivan, Edward Starling, CLEAX. Bradford County

your stomach can again Roddy Struth, and Wayne Wooten; .and Fletcher into the finals. Flet- St. Phone 39 Starke, Fla. large Blooming Aalra Telegraph. tf

function nomiail.In and third the 10E team of Marvin cher became the winner of the SPFItL SU.K AZALEAS 1
C Ml D -
ANt CAMELLIAS FUKMI'
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tournament the nillUKD
following evening. WIIITK
EGGS
Brown, Jerome Edwards, Irvin All PlaaU at Half Prlf'eoEF.I" AVAIIAHI.K IV
Starke It's The Both the finalists will be in the (J IS nij.iviC.WVEIERF. QIJ.'TIT'ST WIIOLKSALK
Covington, and Bill
"
D ear, do ou we could L Alderman.Mr. PREVAILING
) suppose
I ) A7.tI.KA GAItDK.VAND WIIOLKSALK
state class A tournament in PRICES
AT TIME
e out tonight I broke the Knight's 12B grade homeroom Gainesville NURSERY OP IIKLIIKRV. 8TE\DY"'III,.
later this
BOLLINGERcan is still month. Pauline Karle Colllni riSTOMEH nrMiiKu.
leading with a total PHONK I
I opener! Phone IlOIbort S-KOS: t arl to., .1.. S7U-W. STAKKK.
CHIROPRACTICCLINIC of 27 1.2 points. Rooms lOA and EARL M. CAMPBELL tf lip

What harm a little IOC are next with 8 1-2 and 8points
EXPERIENCED
60 ACRES improved pasture. 130
SALESMAN
trick, or more respectively. JfOTICF. TO APPEAR JOHN F. (Bill) GREENETAX bearing: pecan tree 2 dwellings work In Starke. and vicinity Must to I
2 blocks north of Post Office be
water married
out buildings over
Next week's In rtrrolt numerous thirty, perman
If it gets Pop intramural schedule Conrl. Bradford County supply plentiful with auto. alec ent resident of Starke. Have
Flnrldat
la Chumerr.Willie own
Phone 108 Inside our door! calls for the pole vault on March Paris. Plaintiff. vs. Eloise CONSULTANTSOlson pumpB. 25000. Write C. Letsch.R. car and be bondable Contact
7 and the Davis, Defendant. 2, Box 51, Starke (Bradford Co.) Singer Sewing Machine Company
440-yard
run on March I tfchg 402 N. Marion, Lake City. Fla.2t'hlf i

OFFICE HOURS 10. Two varsity track men are in Vntlre To Appear Case No. 10-900 Building S. Walnut Street Starke _ _ S/I1
Daily 9:30 to 12. 1:30 to 5:30 GUIDON GRILLGeorge charge of intramural events under To: Eloise Davis whose' residenceand HELP

Mon, FrL & Sat. evenings 7 to 8 athletic director J. C. Hobbs. Clifford .: address Waynesboro Is: 536 Georgia.Academy Avenue PHONE 14 A. J. Thomas, Starke, Fla. BIG STEADY EARNINGS WANTED for man ,
I or
Other hours by appointment Kopelousos, Owner Martin is the director of the I You are hereby notified that a HAS Advertised woman. Watkins Distribute Nationally.t,
suit for
running events while Robert INDIVIDUAL RETURNS FOR SALE Starke. No experience or Invest ,
Divorce, custody and control of FARMER BUSINESS ment needed.
Starke, Fla. Humphries is director of the field I minor child Easy to establish Age no barrier
year 'round '
E5S5ZS2SZS252S2S2S2SZ5252SHS2SZ5Loans events. has been filed against you In the Irrr nice tare bed room bonne mess full or part time bus
__ above named Court and cause and In Saratoga' Height Beautiful Mr. C. R. Ruble. Dept Write \
vou are required to serve a copy of Special Rate on Short Forms Went !MadlHon !Mrret with it* J. R. Watkins Co., Memphis M-I. The, 2,
your answer or pleading to the complaint paid MidewalL leading to !Sub- Ten'n. :,i
on the Plaintiffs Attorney Jh'I'oIo. VA Dad Fill floanrlagavailable. lip
Recent Birth T. Frank Landrum :tarke. Florida OPEN ALL DAY EACH FRIDAY S FOR SALE-Unfinished house on \
high dry lot. Sacrifice Contact
1IL4ItLqjM9)on't and file the 20 acre pecan farm with nubtantinl R. L. Francis \
In Kingsley
original the
office of Lake, Fla
.
Mr. .
and Mrs.
Albert W. Anderson the Clerk of dwelllnjs, modern conenlenreit.
the Circuit Court on Ztp 3/11
Jr. of Ventura, Calif., former: or before the 4th day of April. \ mile off Tno paved mile* of klghway.Priced Starke.Vi ,. FOR SALE \
1955 otherwise -Unlimited
; the
allegations of
supply of
Starke residents announce the reasonably, attractiveterms. Toharro Plants
said Complaint will be taken as .. ready to jro now
adoption of a daughter, Jane Elizabeth confessed by you. or later. Also limited supply of

born Feb. 21 This notice shall be publishedonce 20 acre homenite within 2 mile pepper Brooker plants. E. A. Oalney.
each week for four oonseeu- StchK 3/18 \
FINEST HOME-COOKED FOOD of Starke with paied hlKhwar
frontage. Priced a* low a. rlty14a15. FOR SALE-Two
r- SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE bedroom frame
$ SAVE \0 Ideal setting for a nice house just outside city limits


DRASTIC FIRE INSURANCERATE Served Anywhere rnnutry For bear home.and other bargain in town paved water payment heater.highway Price balance bath$4,500.like and Small rent hot on: "

For CitizensOf real rilaicail Write owner. P. O Box 697
Starke
S
REGULAR DINNERS
2tp 3'IJ
A. J. THOMAS
Starke And REDUCTIONS FOR SALE
SHORT ORDERS SANDWICHES -Babv furniture play
pen like new $3: baby bed
springs
Trading Area S HOME COOKED PIES REALTOR and mattress J'hijth: chair S3. 1
WE ARE MEETING COMPETITION I
WITH NEW 323 Tempi Ate. Telephone 33 child' stroller
RATE REDUCTIONSKeep a,_ _._._._ _._._._ _._ _._,_ _._._._. burke, Florida I SPP Mrs. George J3 Kaufmann.; top carrier West$5

Marion Finance Co. of Gainesville] Specializing In hurst moreland Subdivision and Cypress Sts Pine- \

offers the people ef Starke their Your INSURANCE in STARKE and still benefit RADIOS REPAIREDAll tf
SEAFOODS AND STEAKSBROWN
famous loan plans. These plans are YARDMAN-Full or part limp
from the LOWEST possible rates. Hake All "od l.1I..o..ble In person. El Ranch" Apply -
,
designed to help worthy working! charge guaranteedCIIAS. Motel
I Itrhir
C. MIF.PHERDros
people of alii walks of life. The STARKE'S ONLY MUTUAL
look AGENCY w. call St. Starke Ph. ::t I FOr RE.Vr-rp.ctalrK .. '
"GET so smug we fly room at'raNh'ioly -
ACQUAINTED" $25.00 or fllrnlllhed \
$30.00 PAYDAY Loan the alwajs have our television set Sf'' Mrs. j. 'v. KIncaid apartment.
or more or phone
DERBY !Ii,
popular BUDGET Loan. Thisconsolidates repaired by the experts at Doyle E. Conner Insurance AgencyPhone 4 Electric Motors I tt.h/r

the many bills you' CIL\S. C. SHKPHERU.: _- LET J. n ODOM. JR

now hate into a ONE payment 285 129 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. Ethel Crews JeffChancey REWOUND AND CATTI.K n4'IDLP ANn: VOtTt HOGS ,

jilan with One place to owe. This", ,..2- ., and SERVICEDSmall IU. fI'LF.I _

une plan may save you up to 50 _ _ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE Evelyn Wise CAFE Galal'"lIIe Ok Pack Each Wed.e.4y Friday

per cent of what you are now Owners Chef Appliance Repair I tf ,

paying. Why not call Marion General MachineVork

Finance today at 5333 Gainesville A BONDED REPRESENTATIVEof .... _. I URGE HOME FOR SALE ,
jep? Cull us collect and I letj I'-.- .-- -- --' .' .- -... ,---_. --. -* .. _._- .-. /' S I CHEAP

Marion Finance solve those Money\j the All Work Guaranteed I NICE SEVEN ROOM HOUSE ON

Problems with one of those fast) Singer Sewing Machine Companyis Reasonable Rates I LOT RY NEARLY STREET ACRE IX HEART ON CHER-OP

helpful Loans Remember the in the S TOWN OF STARKE. FOR SALE

payment plan is made to fit your GIJ CHEAP I ER"S BY OWXER.GULF APPLY AT

budget. STARKE AREA HUNDREDS RED SEAL 301.NORTH JAN OF HIGHWAY.STARKE. HIGHWAY STATION

EACH tfchg
George Ellis the friendly manager ELECTRIC & MACHINE

at Marion Finance welcomes jou I TUESDAY and THURSDAYfor of details are managed and economically SHOPF. FOR RENT apartment-Two bedroom furnished -

to inquire into the Loans offer by attended that only a trained and _Radio and TV Shop.Apply Shepherds tfcb*
this Ijoan Company Remember
also that this is another busLni rsstransaction 'I' RCA Victor 17-Inch careful organization can attend when W. GRAUDON FOR RENT-Unfurnished 2 bedroom .

which Is confident I Lal.1 Victor Trent. TV.Lowest Cabinet priced 30 RCA% SALES SERVICE REPAIRSmail the urgent need for serving is at Owner, Manager one bedroom apartment.apartment.Also furnished Close In

Its just! between the borrower and I; smaller than prior models. hand. 106 Washington St-Phone S97 son desirable location. 201 W. Madi

the Lender The' cost! Is small.' Ebony finish. Matching coupon below Starke Fla. tfchg-
- - - !
For instance $;)0.00 for SO days is "Roll Around" stand en SINGER SKVVIXG MACIILVK CO.: DeWITT C. JONESPhone I CARPENTER wiring WORK-Block work,
only $1.75 interest cost Other wheels! available! extra. ; 2% PAID ON SAVINGS KEYSTONE sprouting plumbing, roofing, aiding I
402 Xo. Marion Street and
... STATE BANK KEYSTONE cement work.
plans are in proportion So Model 17S450. 7 Starke Fla. HEIGHT FLA., MEM- Write C. A. Sorrell, c/o Bradford
Lake City, Florida _... County
.
,. ; Telegraph.
for your next money needs see I I" '" HER })fr. 4t 2/25

Marion Finance at Gainesville. Gentlemen: : I MAN WAXTED
Funeral Director
-Are
$159.95 I am in need of the following: : Ambulance ServiceOut Keep plenty of Hot Water for this business? Do you you the own man a

________Service For ONLY 9.95 down light car or truck? Would
Marion Finance on my present Sewing Machine I local funeral home enables ua to offer convenience!! &J1j $6.00 weekly Interest you? A J75

_______Service on my present Vacuum Cleaner : gervlcea not otherwl available. per month for 12 months 3 Dealership is being established Watkins In

Company Inc. __________A new Sewing Machine : -__J--s,. .5 SSJtS flSfltSflSflSflSflSflflSSS buys a 20 gallon Automatic rural will be Bradford-Union let to the first County.man between It-
s.
I Coleman Hot Water Heater. 25 and 55 who qualifies.
Ave NAME _____________ I Write or wire the J.
218 West University ------ We furnish the R. Watkins
II II I highest type service!! at lowest prices, and Blade Gas Co. Co., C59 Peachtree St., N. E.. At-

Over The Gainesville! Gas Co. ADDRESS __ I accept ANY life insurance policy / in force, lasted by ANY lanta, Ga. 4ten* 2/25
____
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-------------------------- I WISH TO PUT Industrial land close
II I company as payment In part or In full on a funeral to Starke. with or without build, 1950 ENGLISH FORD

Phone 53332.2ssas5'sa2cas5ts3ac CITY :1 riIOXE.____________ Consultation carries ings: also income property. Ad good low mileage, I
--------------------- ---------- J no obligation. ;. condition. Priced to sell)

I I .. .n Sst.tSt .. ... ... .. .... .. 323-B dress,full Starke details Fla.to C.W.P.lotp, Box 3/4' I i I See it at Torode'B Used Car Lot.tfPAGE :,


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