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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 16, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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\ VOLU3IE SEVENTY-SEVEN ST. RKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1953 NUMBER: ELEVEN
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City Must Pay ; Woman Wins Council Seat;



3.75 Interest t i iRate




it1car On Bonds i iI Jackson Elected Mayor....-


Caught with a bundle of bonds I .; --'SMI
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[to sell in a "soft" market, tlieI NewllighSet ', ":-
ic A I of Starke will an interest -i iI .' -.
City pay ;s-:. .... .]r

__ j. _'ijfir I'revenue rate$150,000 and of refunding 3.75 issue on of its bonds.u forthcoming utility I I,j In Voting Here I f "'' a El


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Only two offers were receive4 % -

/r Li when the City Council gathered at I Despite Rain 'I 0IT
1 p.m. Wednesday to open. seale|i \ i L

w bids.Pierce tj
Carrison, Walburn Fir! History was made in the City

: :' nancial Advisory Service, Inc. o('I'Election here Tuesday. ,I _

Jacksonville, and a group of three Not only were records broken _
other companies offered to buy for the total number of votes cast. r ti tJ 7

the bonds at an interest rate of]!but, for the first time, a member j I !

3.75 per cent. The Pierce, Carri of the "fair sex" was elected to a _

son, Walburn firm is currently re seat on the City CounciL
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ta1ne'as fiscal agefts: for the Running fast in a ninecandidatefield

city. ,- Mrs. Ruby Johns came in I Ir
The only other offer to buy r second only 30 votes behind I.

: came from Watkins, Morrow & Co, ,E. Clark, who was top man on

of Birmingham, Ala., joined by! the totem pole. ''. <

five other companies, at an interest -.* It was nip-and-tuck all the way .;
I rat '*'of 3.828 per cent. "j'j'' between Mrs. Johns and W. H. -
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-For a While "it looked" as ifty tn (Billy). Noegel, who vied for sec- I Successful candidate I. E. Clark offers a soft drink toast to Mrs.'

I had only one offer, since .thipresented lond plac With victory assuredby Ruby Johns, first woman to win a seat on the Starke City Council, ,Steps Up .

Bradford Men Before And After bT4 by Robert p ercef? a narrow eight-vote margin | as the \oteuas f'nally tabulated about 1 a.m. Wednesday. Clark is ,

left examines pistol representing his firm,' was the Mrs. Johns relaxed enough to ': nearing the "good luck" straw hat in uhirh he campaigned< for post. ; ._ _
Sheriff A. A. Sweat ( ) .,
Union County Deputy sole one in hand at 1 \ l i'or[smile and say "I said I wouldn't _ _
handcuffed At right is scene as fire station was used as polling place for first
used by Lester T. Prevail and Eh in D. Casey (blackface, J. R. Wainwright, Bond ee get excited over this thing but _
Captured After together) In hold-up of. Long Bridge Rest Monday night. Union Titus Olson, and several me' guess I'm just like all the rest. i! time Tuesday. Officials described the fire station set-up as a big

County Game Warden A. W. Whiteheadhite shirt, center) assistedIn of the Council expressed reral tI I This was Noegel's third near- j II improvement over the former cramped quarters in City HalL j jI

the arrest. Insets below show Prevail (left) and Casey after a ance to accept the offer with ri3 miss, having lost his bid for a I the total polled by each candidate Mrs. Johns, who campaigned on''
Tavern HoldupElvin other competing bids. Council seat by narrow marginsin _
In the Union jaiLthe
County
washup was; the grounds that "a woman's viewpoint -
I Mr. Pierce stated that the issue 1953 and 54. He took Thesday's '
I. E. Clark 393. will of "'
be value to the city, .rr#
had teen widely advertised and' defeat with a smile and was
D. (Spec) Casey, 27, and I highway on a dirt road, apparently though both had been frequent attributed the lack of other bids among the first to congratulate Ruby Johns-378. is proprietor of Ruby's Beauty
Prevatt, 18, to elude would-be ,visitors at his place. is W. H. Noegel-370. Salon and has operated her own I
Lester T. (Cooney) any to the fact that the market Mrs. Johns on her victory. *
both of Starke. pleaded guilty .to pursuers. They came back to the I I The men were arrainged Wed- currently depressed due to a glutof Mayor's Race Close J. W. Ritch-303. business here since 1946. She is I
armed robbery when short time later, how- nesday before County Judge : Herb Thomas-204. a native of Starke and a member \' '.. '
charges of highway a bonds, and general economic While W. T.Jackson won over incumbent I
arraigned before County Judge ever, and, as luck would have it 'Brooks, sitting as a committing conditions. He said that the city I Mayor J. R. Wainwright Ovid, Lewis 184. of the First Baptist Church. l'r '' _
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I' W. M. 'ards-161, _
S. B. Brooks in Lake Butler Wed emerged just ahead Of Sweat and magistrate. for the purpose of was not likely to get a better by a comfortable margin of 136 in I Retired Railroader : ,

nesday morning at 10 o'clock. Whitehead. They offered no re- setting their bonds. The bond} rate of interest than 3.75, and that'the final tabulation, the race was Jack R. Smith-93. I Clark, who surprised many* by '

Their bond was get at $2,500 each. sistance to arrest after finally be- will be returnable at the November his firm's offer might be with- extremely close in the early count- S. E. Sparks-80. 'taking first place in the Council iL.LiiLi. -

Prevatt posted a cash bond 'of ing overtaken. term of Circuit Court in UnionCounty drawn and a higher rate demended -Ing and the outcome was not as- Votes cast Tuesday totaled I race, is a retires railroad construction -

$2,500 and was released from jail I Hunt Cigar Box at which time they may if the matter was postponed.About sured until three-fourths of the 1,258, believed to be a new high foreman and has made
about 11:30 o'clock Thursday Davis told the Telegraph Wednesday bi> arraigned on information filed that time someone sug- ballots had been counted. Jackson for a city election here. More his home in Starke for the past

morning. Casey had failed to I that ,the two men apparently by $State's Attorney T. E. Duncan, gested checking the post office steadily increased his margin, how-[.than 1,900 electors are qualified. six years. He was also a resident

post bond at press time. I i watched big place Monday and tried at that term of Court. again, on the outside chance that ever, as the tallying progressed. Tuesday's total would likely I of Starke for five years at an

According to information given night until all his customers left Italian-Make Gun a registered letter from some Never relinquishing his lead 1 have exceeded 1,300 except for earlier period. He is a veteran of

by Union County Sheriff John and then pulled to a screeching I The gun, used in the hold-up I other bidder had come in late. was Mr. Clark who emerged on showers that started just after World War I, a member of the Wm. T. (Billy) Jackson will

Whitehead Casey and Prevatt''stop In front, after driving up at was of Italian make and was equivalent -' City Clerk Carl Johns called the top with a vote of 398 in the Council -five o'clock when working people I American Legion, and the First change seats at the dry Hall alter

held up Harry Davis, proprietor a high rate of speed from the I to an American .32 calibre. post office and was told there was 8weepstakes. He and Mrs.(were leaving their jobs and votingis Baptist Church. Oct. 4, when he leaves his post a"

of Long Bridge Rest, a package I I direction'of Lake Butler. He said Sheriff Whitehead said that he a registered letter addressed to. Johns will take their seats at the normally heaviest. i.' Mayor-elect Jackson is local Councilman to become Major of

store just across the Union Coun- that Casey held a gun on him, emptied the gun after the arrest I"the Mayor or City Council. It first meeting in October, replacing Complimentary Votes [agent for Central Truck Lines, a Starke.

ty line on* Route 100 about 9:30 ordering Davis to "Get back." and that it contained' five steel- had been pul in the Mayor's box.I Ja kson and George Kopelousos, City Cler Carl Johns and Chiefof veteran of World War n, memberof

o'clock' Monday night and made while Prevail ran behind the jacketed bullets one in the Sure enough it proved to be a,[neither of whom sought ,re-elec-I Police W. E. Thornton, bojth of, the American Legion Lions Job Applications
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off with $96.50 in bills and change. counter in search of a cigar ,box chamber and four- in, the,clip. bid. but was of little consolation.Iftfi: 1",' .., whom were unopposed, received Club, and First Presbyterian
Davis was' alone "lrf'"''lhe place at In-which he "kept l"he'8t ie"*re-' He said that no statement had to the Council, since it demended' How They Rated """complimenlary" totals of 764 and I Church. He has" served on the To Be Received

the time. ceipts. been recorded yet as to ownership I a higher rate of interest than the!1 With the vote split nine ways. 717, respectively. City Council for two terms. I
Quickly Trailed "When Prevatt failed lo find of the gun. earlier offer. I .

Fortunately, Union County the box, he asked 'Where is it?' Armed robbery formerly carried -\ With the second bid in hand, the Supervisor !Rites Wednesday Children's Group By HospitalR.

Deputy Sheriff A. A. Sweat was sand I told him," Davis said. "Witha I a sentence ranging from ten Council I, members reconsidered I

"cruising" in the vicinity and in II gun in my stomach, there was years to life. The last .legislative their position and decided to accept Further Clarifies For Mrs. Told ImportanceOf E. Edmondson, administra

a matter of minutes had receivedthe nothing else to do." session, however, changed the the 3.75 offer rather than !Freeholder Voting EllingtonMrs. Adult Classes ''I announced yesterday that applications -

alarm and was trailing the Davis said that Prevatt and I statute, making it discretionarywith ask for a brief postponement "to i are now being acceptedfor

escape: car Into Bradford County. Casey left hurriedly as soon as the presiding judge, who may 'think it> over." Supervisor of Registration Mar-I Kizzie Silcox Ellington. 73. A discussion of the Adult Ed- all types of positions in he
Union County Game Warden A. the money was found, and threatened now sentence for a term of years ian L. Crosby this week issued the wife Of John Ellington of Starke, ucation Program now being con- new Bradford County Hospital

W. Whitehead was riding with him if he tried to come to up to life.Bradford. following statement concerning died suddenly Sunday afternoon in j ducted in the school here was Edmondson stated that interviews -

Sweat at the time and assisted in the door and get their license County Sheriff P. D. Schedule Set For I registration of freeholders: 'a local hospital after a brief ill-[given at the regular luncheon]I with job applicants ,will be

the arrest. number Reddish said yesterday that both "If you are registered to votein 'ness. ''meeting of the Children's Committee held twice daily, from 11:30 a. m.

Prevatt and Casey, riding in the Faces Blaeked Prevatt and Casey had had several Bradford County elections, take I Mrs. Ellington was born in Clay in the Methodist recreation until 12 noon, and from 4 to 4:30p.
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former's 1953 two-tone Mercury, He said that both men had I brushes with the law in this Adult Classes out your yellow registration card County on October 12, 1881, the building at noon Tuesday. m. at the administrator's: office
were overtaken about two miles I tneir faces and arms covered with I county, but that so far all charges and look to see if YES is written daughter of the late Yulee and f t Taking part in the discussionwere in the health center on Church

east of Long Bridge 'in Bradford I black grease and he did not, against them had been settled out in the freeholder space. If you Mary Frances White Silcox. She Jas. W. Patray, testing di- St

Countv. At one point they left rf''ngnize them at the time, al, of court. Time and place of meeting for!I own real estate in this cour.ty and was a member of the Methodist I rector; C. S.' Partin, high school I Positions to be filled include

all adult education classes or- are NOT listed as a freeholder, Church. i principal; H. P. Morgan, county!I those of registered nurses, practical -
Falling Tree Kills j ganized to date was announced you jhouU contact the Supervisorof 'I I Besides her busband, she is survived -!1 superintendent; and L. H. Gibson, nurses, nurses' aids, technicians -

Tornadoes Open 55 Season Tonight I yesterday by L. H. Gibson, school Registration in the courthouseand : by one daughter, Mrs. Laura school supervisor. office workers, maids, and

Wm. R. CrawfordAt I[supervisor. have your registration cor, Leach; two sons, Burk and Arch In orderlies.
II' pointing out the need for
JI .
I All evening classes will run rected. Ellington; one trother, J. L. Sil I
I I an adult education here, ,
%Wildcats from 7-9:30 m., with an intermission and Miss Nellie I program
sister
With p. to cox; one
Macclenny-Glen "If you are not registered I
the said that there
Home Here I of 10 minutes, Gibson I vote and have lived in Florida for,!Silcox, all of Starke. between speakers 500 and 600 illiterate are 'Ministerial Alliance

said. Classes that meet twice;I one year, in Bradford County foi. Funeral services were held at, in Bradford County. The Will Furnish
persons
The 1955 edition of the BHS i William Robert Crawford Sr., weekly will run one hour and 10 the past six months, and own]l :the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church
: educational level in the'I
14 Tornauoes will battle. the Maeclcnny 1 75 died in a Gainesville hospital I' minutes each. I property here, be sure to register. Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock I county average is 8th grade, it was said. Prayer Room
Wildcats in the season's last Friday afternoon as a resultof Whether these classes will be jso you will be eligible ti vote or L I with Rev. D. E. Willis and Rev'I The i
speakers emphasized that
The Starke Ministerial Alliance
opener for both teams tonight at jM injuries received when a fall continued depends entirely on the the questions of trustees and mill. C. H. Rhoden officiating. Inter-'I ,
[those whj need the adult education -will
S o'clock) on the latter's home d ing tree struck him at his homeon participants and their attendance -i age in the school election to bf. ment was in the family plot in the"'I classes most the furnish the prayer room at
are or.es
Route 2, Starke ," the supervisor said. 'held November 8. This election is; church cemetery with DeWitt C ''who I the new Bradford County Hospital,
% ; arc least likely to take advantage An-
field.Last year's score was 19-0 in Ift4 Mr. Crawford was chopping Following is the schedule: open only to freeholders thai: Jones Funeral Home in charge oi' of the ,now nearing completion.
program. They nouncement of the action the
Tornadoes' but tonight wood in the yard at his home whena Monday arrangements. by
the favor ; is persons who own or have a re I
urged, therefore, that all
agencies: Alliance made
could be a tough ball game. The gust of wind blew a large tree Personal Typing (also Thursdays corded interest in real estate ir'I I Active pall bearers were Albert and individuals in ', was yesterday byR
: cooperate publicizing ad-
BHS coaches say the first 11 is r over, striking him on the head ), 4 p. m., BHS, Miss Rosen- Bradford County." Williams, F. L. Sapp, Herbert. I E. Edmondson, hospital
A the ard urging:
equal to last year's team, but : : and chest. He died two hours later berg instructor. 'Harris Carlos Musgrove, Bill Ha. program !ministrator.
; those with a low level of education -
reserve strength is much weaker. i -" .--v- 4' in the hospital. Mechanical Drawing, 7 p. m., Troop 70 Scouts gan, and John Magyari. to attend. i Edmondson said that the prayer
The Tornadoes have been WOrk-\ c E' I I Born in Baker County on April USO. I I room will be open to the clergyof

ing hard since Aug. 15 ]\ w*. 16, 1880, Mr. Crawford was a Art, 7 p. m., Green Bldg. nextto Enjoy OvernightI Rotarians Hear all denominations, and members -
anxious for that starting whistleto .son of the late Wm. R. and Sarah Sweet Shop, Mrs. Jennings in- Camping Trip II Recent BirthsThe of their congregations.

blow. Crawford. He was a member of!structor. I Rev. T. G. Mitchell Doctor's Hospital is an-
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Possible Line-up I _- the Union Primitive Baptist Music Appreciation, 7 p. m.. I An overnight camping trip was I nouncing the following births: I HIGH SCHOOL PTA
Head Coach Lennard Register -, \ Church. I Music Building, Mrs. Canova and held last weekend by members of Rev. Thos. G. Mitchell, pastor Mr. and Mrs. H. Thomas of ,
I : The school PTA will meet
of Lake Shore Methodist Church high
announced that tonight's starting ; Surviving are three daughters, Mr. Thompson. Boy Scout Troop 70. Thirteen' Hampton a daughter, Rose Mary,I
line-up will be: j Mrs. Essie Adkins, Miami; Mrs. r Business English, 7 'p. m., BHS.I'I'I Scouts went to the Troop 70 'in Jacksonville and former pastor -;born Sept 10. I Tuesday( Sept. 20, at 7 o'clock in

LE James Harrell, 174 I Annie Mae King, Lawtey, and I Mrs. Seigler. I camp on Tom Tom Lake Friday of the. First Methodist Church, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Hunter Jr. the high school cafeteria. A cov-

LT Jerry Lawson, 190" : I Mrs. Leona Potts of Cocoa; and I i Dramatics, 7 p. m., USO, Mr.I afternoon and returned Saturday of Starke, was guest speaker at of Hampton, a son, born Sept. 13.:: I ered dish supper will be enjoyed.

LG Joe Harden. 168 ,four sons, Peach, Romie, WilliamR. I Overturf. I I afternoon.' The group was under I the Rotary Club Wednesday. 'j

C Dennis Mathews, 155 I Jr., and E. S. Crawford, all of: Public Speaking & Parliamentary .the supervision of the new Scout I Rev. Mitchell was introduced I II

RG -- Edwin Johns. 160 I In Starting Line !Lawtey. \ Procedure, 7 p.m., USO, Mr. i master, Sidney Griffis, assisted by I II by R. -E. Edmondson, who had I OFF TO MACCLENNY!
I charge of the and spoke
I Mrs. DuMars. J. T. Kirkland, Harry Green, I program
RT Kenneth Green, 187; or Funeral services were held at(land '
I Elder i
Kenneth hefty 185-pound I on "The Fundamental Qualitiesof I _
former Scoutmaster, has resigned
And Thun.layI |
Freddie Stephens, 197 the graveside in Dyal Cemetery i I Tuesday I' "
Tornado will bein the
fullback I
The
RE Harold Godwin, 182 Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock I Elementary Education, 7 p.m., I to form an explorer group. A Dynamic Religion.
starting line-up when BUS meets I speaker said that although moral
An the
Glenn Reddish, 138 with ,,BHS. inspection meetingof q '
QB Rev. Herman L. :Moody of
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:lenny-Glenn tonight. ', will be held 22 at ,values seemed to be on the de- : .
BHS.
Education 7 troop Sept.
LH Bobby Ferguson, 143; or, !:LaCrosse officiating. Interment General p.m. *
I 8:20 the Scout hut. At this time the dine in recent years, there are
Wayne Wooten, 150 : was in the family plot there with I Beginning Typing, p.m. '
FB Kenneth Elder, 185 i !DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home in |BHS, Mr. Payne. I Troop will be inspected prior to J now many encouraging signs of

RH Charles Kirkland, 148; or i Old Licenses I charge of arrangements. | Advanced Typing, 7 p.m., BHS, the issuance of a Troop Charter I,renewed spiritual emphasis.

Lamar Shaw, 149.Macclenny I Ioo Must Be ReturnedBy ''Mrs. Seigler. I for 1956.
Beginning Shorthand, 7 As result the few Parker Low Bidder
Strong MASONIC INSTRUCTION p.m. I a of very
the current I[ DriversOld I Bradford Lodge No. 35 F. & ,BHS. :Miss Rosenberg. I meetings held during the summer On FoundationFor
of
Little is known !
I I A. M. will be host lodge for the I Advanced Shorthand, 8:20: pjn., months each Boy Scout was ask-
have driver's licenses must be
but
team, they
Macclenny
District School of Instruction, I BHS. Mrs. Seigler. ed to bring $1 to the Scout meet- Plant Annex
consolidated into a county high ;turned in by the owner when ap- I I
8th :Masonic District, beginning i Wednesday :Ing Thursday night to cover pay-
school and are expected to give I I plying for a new one. Sept. 19 and continuing through jl Bookkeeping, 7 p.m., BHS, Mrs. ment of back dues. This payment I The City Council, meeting at 1 !
the Tornadoes a hard-fought game. Instruction to this effect werewired to receive bids !
I.' i i Sept. 23. Each session will begin Payne. is necessary prior to the inspec- jpm. Wednesday ,
Coach Register said the follow- to County Judge T. A. i at 7:30 p.m. : American History, 7 p.m., USO, tion meeting of Sept. 22. accepted the offer of Parker Con i
ing boys have looked good in drills Yawn Wednesday by H. N. Kirk- struction Co. to construct slab, ii
I Mr. Johns.
The school will be directed by Plans are being made for another i
week and will see plenty of man, director of the Florida High- 'I
this
,Lee F. Brosmer, member of Grand Leatherworking, 7 p.m., USO, camping trip for the weekendof trenches, and equipment founda-, I
action: Bert McGee, Roddy Struth, way Patrol. i'Lodge Committee on work. Mr. Ferguson. Oct. 14 where there is an open tion for the new power plant ad- !
Douglas Nolin, Raymond Stefa-! The ruling was made by the dition at a figure of J17.883.00. Le: !;
I All Master Masons are invitedto Thursday date in the football schedule of !
nell and Gus Kopelousos. j Cabinet in Tallahassee on the 4
attend. Conversational Spanish, 7 p.m., BHS. The only other bid received was, ,
All local fans are urged to at- grounds that if county judges don'trequire t I'USO :Mr. Gibson. from Triest Construction Co. for !'
tend the in Macclenny to-I motorists to turn in their I I -- & t
game MILLING WORKERS Personal Typing (also Tues- Recent BirthsThe 2245000. At \
night and give the team 100 per told permits before getting a new I I day), 4 p.m., BHS, :Miss Rosen- The Council also received an I
cent backing. A topnotch half-{one, the holder could go back I The Willing Workers class oi:I berg. Starke Maternity Hospitalis estimate from Parker on fill work'I BHS CHEERLEADERS a p revue of pep and pulchritude they'llason I i

time show is promised by the BHS another day or so to another I the Baptist Chdrch will meet; Ladies Physical EdIt announcing the following births:, for the new plant foundation and I display for the first time this se: at the Tornado-Wildcat foot-

Band in its first appearance of county and use it to obtain additional Thursday evening, Sept. 23, at; I is stated that a sufficient. :Mr. and Mrs. Ray Van Rosier agree d to accept the company's ball game in Macclenny tonight. Back row ((1 to r) Babs Lance ,

the season.A 1956 licenses. 7:30 o'clock-at the home of Mrs.I number of women have signed up I of Lawtey, a daughter, Gwendolyn. offer of $403 for hauling some Margaret Duncan, .-\Williams, Nancy Bates. Middle row: Sandra ;

school bus will carry the foot- Judge Yawn said that he would,, A. E. McKinney, 310 Call St. I to assure an evening class &I Maria, born Sept. 9. four or five hundred loads of Johns Sandra Strickland, and ball team to Gainesville at noon !Mrs. L. O. Hazen will be co-. ':physical education. Time and I :Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cowart ot I dirt, getting it into the building the Tornadoes
II Slade, captain. With inspirationlose ; like this, how can
Saturday to see the Florida-Mis-I comply with the ruling immediate-'{'hostess and Mrs. Richard Lawsor]L place of meeting will be aninounced Starke, a son Thomas Roger,,I and grading up the floor level

sissippi State game. ly. will give the devotion. later. .j,born Sept 9. ready for concrete. ?







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'TTTTITTTTTRTTTTTrTTT1TiI Carl Hilliard is out of the hospital event the contract is awarded to
an established place of
business PAGE
in TWO
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1955
the Bidder, he will. within ten (19) the State
of Florida
the
editorial is recuperating at home and be duly
days thereafter, enter into -----
contract licensed to conduct
I her daughter, Inez, in Jackson and furnish the required bond failing in. business there- reject any or all bids in whole (ir in
EILBRONNtur She hopes to be able to re- which he shall forfeit depositas Each bid shall be addressed to the Starka Florida. either by a representative part with or without cause, and:or
liquidated damages. The Bid City Council, City of Starke, Flori- of the bidder who shall to accept the bids that in its judgment {
n to her home in a short time. Bond and Performance Bond are da marked ":250,000 Gallon obtain a receipt therefor or by registered will be for the best interess
Ky Sirs. ante NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.. Mr. and Mrs. James Starling, required to be secured from an" Water Tank. City of Elevated Stark- mail wIth return receipt re- of the City of Starke Florida.
Leadership Before FacilitiesNathan agency of the surety or insurance Florida," and delivered quested. CITY COUNCIL OF THE
of Starke, attended services at the company, which agency shall have of the City Clerk,to City the office of- The iuy reserves the right towai"e CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA.
First Baptist Church Sunday informalities in any bid; to 93t 9'IS
Mallison, the well-known Jacksonville The following changes have evening. -- -

recreation director, gave some helpful hints,that services been made in time of worship Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hess, I
at the I
made good sense at meeting held last Friday Baptist Church: former residents of Lawtey, but
a
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Sunday School, 10
night in the' Woman's Club. Purpose of the Horning Worship 11 a.a. m.m., and as now Miss living Elizabeth in Starke, were Terry visiting and- r MAKE IT A fff( I

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meeting was to discuss the pros and cons of usuaL Training Union will beginat other friends on Saturday.The .

establishing a year 'round recreation programfor 6:30 p. m., and Evening Worship monthly business meetingof ,

young people in Starke. at 7:30. Prayer Meeting Wednesday the Woman's Missionary Union, ,

Cautioned Mr Mallison: Don't spend a lot of night at 7::3O.. was held at the First Baptist ,
have the + Mr. and Mrs. M. Beach of Jacksonville Church Officers !
money for fancy facilities until you Tuesday night. .
visited Mrs.
Deloris
Car- ,
necessary leadership for your program. michael and elected for the coming year were
"I'd rather have a vacant lot with leadershipthan Mr. and Mrs.family Sunday. Mrs. :Avie Pearce, president, :Mrs.
Barney Eggers
H. B. Arwood vice president and 00 ea an !
the finest playground without the necessary and children of Jacksonville spent Miss Elizabeth Terry, secretary- 1 1I
leadership" said Mallison. the weekend with relatives here. treasurer. ,

For proof of his wisdom, one has only to takea Mr. and Mrs. J. B. White have Deepest sympathy of the com- I f
been -:. -, -- ,:... .. :: ..'
visiting relatives -
in .
look at the concrete tennis courts built several Missouri.Mr. munity is extended to the relativesof I It
the city's playground-park off Pratt and Mrs. Floyd Cowart are the late Bob Crawford.Mr. .
on
years ago the proud parents of a baby boy. Mrs. Donald Bennett
and
courts lying
Street, or the cement shuffleboard This
idle on the courthouse lawn. Both of these expensive to community the family extends of Bob Crawford sympathy -- and sons have gone to Daytonato
their home.
-make
doing little if any good for who killed deal !
facilities are was last Friday The revival at the First Bap-
is providedto by a tree. a good more
the simple reason that no leadership falling tist Church is being well attended. -

encourage young people and tourists to use YfYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYPINE All are cordially invited.

them. ,.
'
,-_- ,_<
but children and adults, n
"It seem strange,
may YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-
too, must be taught to play," said Mr. Mallison. LEVELby brook purse-size fountain pens la

"Unless leadership is provided, we just sit around, pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Bradford -

not knowing how to begin." Mrs. 11. M. :Mcllae County Telegraph. ''We're matching Pan tiaC'S, engineered anything' near its price ; designed and

He said that many other towns have made ,u.......&&&..........& I to stay new for years.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
the costly mistake of sinking thousands of dollars Rev. W. E. Hall returned from I. Circuit Coast, Bradford Com.ty.FMrliUi You'll get style that sets the fashion for tomorrow.You'll .

into fine facilities that are lying idle be- Ft. Worth, Texas and filled his Ada Elizabeth IB Chaaeerr.Hamilton' Plaintiff, record sales I with get the advanced performance of the

leadership is ,not providedto regular vs. Robert Dale Hamilton, Defend-
cause the necessary appointment at Pine ant. Case No. 10-1175 Strato-Streak V-8, newest engine in the industry.You'll .
their use. Level last Sunday ,Aotire T. Appears >
encourage Mrs. Loca To: Robert Dale Hamilton, whose record-breaking trades! get you must have for safe cornering -
time Lewis
Mr. Mallison's advice'comes at a good andfamily of residence and address: unknown. theme sil
'with several civic groups interested in and actively Bethel visited the H. H. and E. You are hereby notified that a and solid ,

of recreationfor C. Lewis families on Thursday ot suit forDivorce and restoration of maiden I You'll get the latest innovations in springing,
pushing a planned program last week. name I W&\ You can put this down for a fact. You, won't
those who brakes and steering to cushion the ride and make
our young people. We hope that Sunday visitors at the B. M. has been filed against you In the \.-/ match our deal anywhere else in town because
heart and above earned Court and cause and driving an effortless pleasure
heard him will take his words to remember McRae home last
Sunday after you are required to serve a copy of this off double!
that facilities without leadership are a noon were Mr. and :Mrs. Eston your answer or pleading to the one pays Come in for the deal with the double payoff and

waste of time and money. Brown of Sampson, Mr. and Mrs. comolalnt Attorney Hans on G.the Taenzler Plaintiff'Jr.!, For a starter, you'll get an appraisal too good to drive away a big, high-powered future-fashionec'

J. C. Sapp Of Kingsley Lake, and 109 Law Exchange Building Jack- pass by. We're out to make September anothr:
sonville. Florida Pont be. You have the word of half a million ownersyou'll
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson and daughter and file the original In the office record-breaking month, and all trades are figured on
Sue, of Starke.T. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on never makea
When The Right Sort of PeopleFor N. Norman of Heilfcronn wasa 1955 or before; otherwise the 3 the day allegations of October of volume basis. Your car tan command a bettor f VttT !buy!

dinner guest of the H. M. Mc- said Complaint will be taken as deal from us right now than it ever will again.

the second time in recent years, Starke Rees on Monday. Mr.. Norman is confessed This notice by you.shall be published For the clincher, you'll get a car that is way

has broken into a magazine of national circulation, doing some repair work and putting once each week for four eonsecutlv* r
and the publicity thus gained cannot help but in windows in.i doors at the weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph

do good. home of :Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Cros Dated this !9 day of August 1933. ,
us
.
OFFICIAL: SEAL> Charles A.Darby
Back in the days of Camp Blanding our town by. Clerk of the Circuit Court
.Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
was the subject of an illustrated article in the Thursday spent 9/% U 9/i 'OUIAC'S ClEArEST reA'! (
night and
some of the Friday with CALL FOR BIDS rHE rEAI'S GtEAUST 8HT "
Evening Post. Although
Saturday their s,n-in-la\,", and daughter, Mr. ::;0.800 GALLON ELEVATED
material in that article was not entirely compli- and Mrs. Bishop Thomas, at CITY OF WATER STARKE.TANK FLORID

mentary due to boom-town conditions then prevailing Brooker. SEALED PROPOSALS will be rewived -
overall'result for it Mr. and Mrs. by the City Council City of
good, Robert
here, the was Myrick and Starke Florida, until 8:00 P.M.
let the world, know that things were stirring in children. Kathy and Billy and (Eastern Standard Time) on Tuesday
bits Sue September 20, 1955 for the
little, town called Starke. Myrick of Starke visited< construction of a 250.000 gallon
the B. M. McRaes last Sunday. steel elevated water storage tank,
The latest article' appears in the Septemberissue Mr. and Mrs. H. cpmplete with altitude valve chamber
M.
.of Town Journal' and is calculated to give an were recent visitors, of Mrs.McRae sories., connecting piping, and acces <

even more favorable 'impression of our town lie Moore at Brooker "pP1re- All material and equipment furnIshed v-J "
and all work performed shall
than the earlier'Post ,story. Town Journal was be in accordance with the plans _
the Starke to TTTTTTT1TtT,7TTTtr.TT specifications and contract Boca
responded a
impressed by way YYY ments pertaining thereto which may
"rate your tout i\" 'survey conducted by The Tele be examined at the office of the
City Clerk, Starke, Florida, and at
graph last year, and sent one of its associate LAWTEY{ the office of Reynolds, Smith and
editors and staff here to gather Hills. Architects and Engineers 227
a photographer Park Street (P. O. Pox 4817)) Jack
material. By Mrs. Joyce T. Futch sonville, Florida. Plans and specsficatons .
may be purchased from
Town Journal 'points up, using Starke as an .AA.A..A.A.A.. Reynold. Smith and Hills, Architects

example, just what can and does happen whenthe of ".53 and per Engineers set, which for will the not sum be Be 4
Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. refunded. ,Individual Care/1IoI-DriH Safely
people of a community "rate" themselves Ernest copies of the -II --P" .
Raulersoa specifications and partial sets of
were Mr. 4
and "
and then work together to remendy their faults Mrs. E. L. Raulerson nnd drawings may be procured for U.OOper <
daughter copy and {0.50 per sheet respectively
This method is much more effective than hav Jewell, of Marietta, Mr. and not refundable.A .
ing an outsider come in and tell us what'is Mrs., Clarence Cannon Bid Bond properly executed fcy
Mr. and the Bidder and by a qualified Sure.
wrong. We all have a tendency to resent "out Mrs. Earl Edwards, and Mr. and ty, or a certified or cashier's checkon SIMPSON URQUHART PONTIAC '
Mrs. Bill Henderson any National or State Bank. In a 't
side interference, but when we take stock of all of Starke, sum not less than five (5%) percent
ourselves and find out what is we all and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Cannon Jr. of the amount bid, made pay*
wrong able to the City of Starke Florida,
and son, of SOUTH WALNUT ST. PHONE 132
Jacksonville.
STARKE FLA.
pitch in to make it right. The Town Journal must accompany each bid as a guar ,
Mr. and Mrs. George Wilkerson antee that the Bidder will not
story is a story of communitywide cooperationand and family of Baldwin withdraw from the competitionafter
it is hoped that it will be an inspiration to ing the Winton Parish were family visit on opening the bids, and in the

other towns that are less favored, in,this respect Sunday. _

than Starke. Mrs. Leona Edwards had as

Already comments are coming in as a result of r ant weekend Tucker guests Mr. and Mrs. Bry
and
the Town Journal article. The Chamber of Com dine and Mr. family of Fernan- ,-
and Mrs.
merce has received several letters, as has The Wainwright and L L. 11.t& ; "
family of the {( : ,. .
Telegraph. A man from Huntington, W. Va. State Farm. ( 3 < '.
wrote "The article shows what when Mr. and Mrs. r "; it" ::-
: happens J. C. Davis of -0 l t''' i? '
the right sort of people get together and try to Jacksonville spent the weekend 0 i 3e A? a :J .

improve their condition locally. West Virginia with Mr.the J. D. Clark family Al' l 1
and
citizens need a new stimulus in that direction." and Cecil Crawford Mrs. Fisher Gaskins ) ON TIlE TERRACE i1L4
attended J
A from Batavia N. Y. wrote open
wif
man : "My- e house, at the New
Baptist r'
and I have been considering retiring in Florida in Jacksonville Sunday. Hospital IIII ,1))\ >/ .

and it is time we were doing something about it. Mrs. Will Edwards and Mr. and

Starke sounds like the kind of town we'd like for Mrs. Rex Mixon and family of \ J '
'f
our future home. Please send me additional i in- Jacksonville spent Sunday afternoon -


formation.We agree" that Starke is the kind of town hand e family.Mr.with and Mrs.the L.W.J. Fred Moore WHEN EYES ARE BUSY "" \ 0 ; roR tTHERES \

his wife would enjoy living in. and the requested Miami and Mr. and Westberry Mrs. of : "
Clinton
information shall be sent forthwith.We Westberry of Jacksonville, visited UIUEflCIWD VflhI 13fl '

especially liked the .comment the man Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp on Sun RIIII&u -

from West Virginia: "The article shows what day.Mrs. IUUJIU. .

happens when the right sort of people get together J. W. Edwards and chil- '

and try to improve their conditions local 1 dren, Ann and Jimmy returned -

ly." With a combination like that a town is spending to their home the last in two DeLand after r Ii .T' -' ': HJIUIUa .
weeks
bound to That in brief with
progress. is the story Mr. and Mrs. Dan

of Starke. their children Elaine Harley and Tommy.and -t

Bales Mrs. and Mae daughters Wells, Mrs. Martha / I\\l\\ 1 (

Martie and -I

Congratulations, Col. WallThe Jackie Farm Mr. Sunday were visitors afternoon.to the State ///t/; t

and
Mrs.
Luther
Miami Hearld, in a recent editorial, had and son Hilliard
were
recent visitors at KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK
the following comment on the appointment of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Doc "

Lt.: Col. Harold C, Wall for the position of Selec Wainwright in Jacksonville. ,

five Service Director for Florida: Mrs. Nellie Osteen and :Mrs.

"Governor Collins has sent to the President the Hattie Mathis of Tampa spent the a IN THE DEN

name of Lt. Col. Harold C. Wall of St. Augustine weekend with their sister, Mrs. 9. a t.l -

to succeed the late General Mary Reddish. Another sister,
Vivian \
.. Collins as Mrs. Lou 1
.. Norman F"HIWREN'S
state director for Selective Service. home here after, returned to her I'

"Wall is now acting director. He has been with them. spending sometime -

connected in! responsible positions for many years: Rev. E. L Worth and family of ,

with Selective Service and is thoroughly familiar Jacksonville were Sunday dinner

with the work of the office. guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ra-

"The Governors fuse and daughter, Joan. j
nomination is well made. The + ,# t t +
Mr.
people of Florida would be pleased if the President and and Mrs. Commodore Crews ROOM AT THE DRIVE-IN

appoints Col. Wall to the office" family of the State Farm t
spent Sunday with Mrs. Crews'
mother. Mrs. Perry Davis
and Mr.
The Davis. Life is more fun with radio. an entertaining .
President did, as we know
by now, and Dr. friend anywhere in home! And radio
Bollinger
The Telegraph adds its a member of the your today
congratulations
pliments to and com Gideon Band, was guest speaker is better than ever.Stations broadcast with more .
the
many that iCol. Wall is
receiving at the First
from all Baptist Church Sun powerful, more advanced equipment. Sets are
parts of the State. day morning.Mrs. .
better-richer tone,greater tone range, beautifulnew

...- ...,r-I'.IL'. _.w..."...,....II," "-."'- ,..,.......,......................,.' '......II.............. '""'IIi shear.Ga.Carolyn spent Crump the of Black- color harmonizing finishes. Buy on easy

THE BRADFORD weekend with terms-put radio in room now!
COUNTY TELEGRAPH the O. G. Dixon: family. every
MATTHEWS 1879 :Mr. and Mrs. R. W. oft.\\Oll_ 6'
E. L. Mosely Sr. -
OWNER AND
EDITORFLORIDA'S returned home ,..
this week from Or-
: -
lando, where they spent two weeks :.<..
OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER with their son and his family, Mr. t$ I'-

PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY and Mrs. R. W. Mosely Jr., A "PENNIES" PROPOSITION!

UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD. who brought them home and remained The convenience of operating
for a few days. '.I extra radios is a pennies-a- ay ,

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. Prevatt Jr. propositioq-thanlstoloW-iQSt FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
ONE YEAR 3,OO and Sunshine Service electricity,
MONTHS 1 75 family of Ocala spent the your
MATTER PUBLISHED AT EACH THE POST FRIDAY OFFICE AND AT ENTERS STARKE"AS FLORIDA SECOND UNDER'CIA ss weekend with the Carl Prevatt best buy for happier Florida living! HELPING BUILD I FLORIDA I

THE ACT OF MARCH 3, 1879.'z'p family.
: : .::!'JT. x: ,. nsrarnn! .:I1iI'IIIII'rni'IIIIII"II''r'rn! ;_.T-I We are glad to report that Mrs.

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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16. 1955 _____u__

t yyyyyyyyYYyYYYYYYYYYYYY Mae Carter, Ruby Durrance, Hat-I I I can of nails, slipped on the slant-]in the morning and :Melvin Wat- I the clay and it takes some time .
tie Nolan, Juanita Parrish, Minnie ing porch, and down went Clarence -,son conducted the evening serv- [for the water to soak through this -

MAXYILLE Carter, and Rosalie Nolan. and we can't saywbat else! ice. into a 30-foot well.I not ;Jt tJm= lt ] !p.lv: : ,._- i(,, : @ J :
still crochet. Have :
Family Reunion Clarence wasn't hurt much, but we I I The teacher of the Ladies Adult can
not so sure his pants didn't Class absent and Mrs. been selling any for some time,
Mrs. Delores Hinkle and fiancee,, are J was Sunday
By Sirs. C. B. Nolan Harry Nelson attended a family; need a patch or two when he fin Dan Gentry taught for Linnie and I have not been able to see

AAAAA ALA I reunion at the home of her mother ally stopped on the ground. So i Harris. The Gentrys spent the any customers, but hope to be i toll filii!
ALA AAAAAA ALA I and father, }'ir, and Mrs. W. E you see from this, I am not the I day with the Sidney Harris fam- able to do some more before. long (J
and take care of what I have
Civic Club OrganizedThe Covington at Lawtey on Sunday,, only one, who has -accidents when ily.
people of MaxvUle are very Sept. 11. A turkey dinner was en doing repair work. Lottie Starling Padgett and husband promised. Have some on hand
proud of their newly organizedCivic joyed by the guests. Out of town Floyd and Louise Johns are pro- and son were in our neighborhood but not able to take it anywhere
Club. Mr. and Mrs. Joe guests included the Gometz fami- gressing nicely with their house last week. Faye England I II for sale. If you are looking for Jane Parkers Fresh Delicious

Lucas have kindly offered us a 'y from Norfolk, Va.. the Drags near Louise's grandmother, Gertie I bought' a sewing machine from i this kind of work, contact me <

building to use until we can raise family from Buffalo, N. Y., and Faircloth.Mr. I Mr. Padgett and says she is "real .(Bessie_.Strickland.. .. ). < SPANISH BAR CAKE
i r
enough funds to build one of our the Norris family from Jacksonville : and Mrs. J. T. Padgett an- tickled" with it. : w.Ir' j
I Christian Church
own. Our goal Is to raise enough Two of Mr. and Mrs. Cov- nounce the birth of a son, Ben- I Peter Royston and family recently Hampton

funds to start a building by early ington's great grandsons were jamin, on Sept. 1. ; moved to Doctor's Lake. Sunday Bible,School 10 a. m. 4 A .

next year. We have already present. They were Ronnie and Our pastor, Rev. Higdon, and We miss them very much. Preaching 11 a. m. Evening- tig
bought a piano. The officers elec- Norman Glenn Gometz, sons of family were absent from church I I We are still getting nice rains I Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. Preach-

ted to serve for the current year, Ronald and Norman Gometz from Sunday. They were visiting here and hope the water in our I ing 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Bible Each
which began September 1, are as Norfolk, Va. tives farther south. rela-I'well will soon be sufficient for our Study Hour 7:30: p. m. Willard M. aces j 29C

follows: Mrs. Deanne Hill, president The Maxville Baptist church hpreparing Smith substituted for Rev. Higdon I needs. It is,just 16 feet through Jones, Pastor.
; Mrs. Randolph Crosby, 'vice for Homecoming, which SpYe at AIP!
president; Mrs. Clifton Nolan, secretary Is an annual event on the first me

; Mrs. D. V. Griftis, treas- Sunday in October. We hope everyone
urer; and Mrs. Francis Coleman, will attend.LONG .
chaplain.The Nutley A&P's Fancy Sliced Hawaiian

Civic Club held its first yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy OLEO 20!%-ozCon
evening, Sept. 2,
social Friday PINEAPPLE 21C
Lb 'C
Hot dogs,
at the Club House. BRANCH 19'
drinks, cakes, pies and cake walks

were enjoyed by everyone.We .
are hoping that Mrs. Win- by Mrs. J. L. StricklandLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA i Ann Page Golden Cream StyleKETCHUP

fred Harris, who has been ill at 1-lb Can
her home for several weeks, will lUNA CORN 10C
soon be able to be up and around We wish to thank everyone for 14-oz lot 4 f\C
again. the kind words, encouragement,

Mrs. Sidney Harris has been ill cards, and other expressions of
RED CREEKAPPLE
sympathy during our illness.
at her home for the past two
A&P SlicedPINEAPPLE
weeks. We all wish her a speedy These are too numerous to answer QtNo
recovery. individually, so we take this method JUICE 19C
We do thank one and all for I
:New PTA Officers 2 Can '
these thoughts.We 27'
The Daniel Boone PTA held
are proud of the work be-
its first meeting of the term Wednesday ANN PAGE Blended
ing done on our school building
Sept. 7. Officers for the
and year. It has been painted inside LibbysPineapple Bot
1955-56 term are: Mrs. Leslie
and out, the house for the SYRUPoz S 45C
Sweat, president; Mrs. Sidney new heating system has been JUice46oz
Harris, vice president: Mrs. Henry
Can ,
built, and the system will be Installed -
Griffis, secretary; and Mrs. Leslie 25 -
before cold weather. A
Chilson, treasurer.We ement walk will be built around SUNNYFIELD Delicious MIX for ,

are welcoming to our teach- the ,house from front to rest For

this Evelyn ing staff term L.at two Stack the new Maxville, teachers teacher School, Mrs.and blinds rooms. at There every are window new, Venetian all new '..._..-,..' ..,:e:....,""".,,.;. Orange Pillsbury Cake Mix PANCAKES 2 21C

seats in the auditorium and some 17-oz Pkg
principal, from Jacksonville, and
in the cafeteria. A new deep A FULL 33cPACIFIC
.
Fred Rickards, teacher, from Cal- reeze and other equipment has BRAND Small

lahan. been added to the cafeteria kit 303 Cans
Mr. Mrs. Ralph Silas of Flage Great Northern
and chen. We appreciate all this and Yaac I'- SWEET PEAS 2 29C
Jacksonville Labor Day
were thank Mr. Long and others for 40INCHES I BEANS24oz
Mrs. Silas brotherinlaw -
guests of _
taking care of these needs. We do
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. ;wig a; Pkg
not feel as if we are entirely for 23CANN
C. Nolan and family. gotten. \ PAGED

Friends of little Susan Lucas, Sunday 'morning Geneva Smith Qf
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe \ WIDE !
daughter and girls were coming to Sunday Pickle Patch MAYONNAISE 41C
will to learn that \
Lucas -regret
School when the cable to their Pickles
of the last
she fell off porch
truck broke almost half way
Monday and broke her arm. | Yx Gal
sown[ the Long Branch' Road. 45'
Club Officers Named The girls soon got a ride on to Qf
Mrs. Nellie Mills, Home.Demon church, while Geneva went for DON'T BUY WESSON OIL S3C
stration Agent from Duval Coun- MODEL'DEL
someone to rescue the. truck. ANY RANGE HILLS
the ladies of Maxvilleat
with
ty met J-400
Several have asked me if I ever
the Civic Club last Thursday, DOG FOOD
hunt skunks any more. Well, no. M TILL YOU SEE IONA Plain or Self-Rising f
the of get-
8 for
,
Sept. purpose They1 do not even come to the Cans
ting our club organized and of- house to hunt me any more. I de- tDeLuxe Features THIS ONE! 2 27C $ ..63GRITS .
Nolan
ficers elected Mrs. Clifton ', t FLOUR 25LbBag
cided hunting is too slow, so I
will be president; Miss Debbie went to work on our lights, some e Modern Pushbutton Controls --, .
Mrs. Tom- Dixie
Phillips, vice president; of which have refused to burn Lily ..
mie Godwin, secretary and treas- :for some time. We have, to be a Huge All Ca/roePMoster Oven

representative urer;council Mrs. Deanne alternate.; and Mrs.Hill The,Joe council Club Lu- :.lectricians> our neck of and the everything woods. elsen o Calrod Bake and Broil Units IS-oz Pkg 18c Tl I IDE E Giant Size 61C

cas, But here is the worst catastrophe 9 Hi Calrod Surface Units ,
Speed
will meet twice a month and we
of all! Ernie and Irene Pad-
all ladies in the communityto _ .
urge rett live in the "little old log o .Famous_Focused Heat Broiler Detergent' Strained Babyfood

The attend.Willing Workers Girl's' louse"er. Ernie belonging had brought to Irene's lumber"moth- o Convenient. Storage Drawer TIDE Ige pkg 30c BEECHNUT 3 for 29c

club met Thursday afternoon at home to repair one of the housesin SPIC1JILEQUALTOTHE For Dishes Medium Size

the club and made plans' to holda Brinson's old camp and they JOY reg bot 30c IVORY 3 for 25c
cake and pie sale at'the Club planned to move into this and fix
We Service What We Sell
House this Saturday, Sept. 17, to up the log house. Ernie piled the Its Blue Personal Size

help raise funds to build our start new umber on the porch and the poor CHEER Igt pkg 30c IVORY 4 for 23c
Club. The sale will BEST-YET
Civic old porch decided the load was too
at 10 a. 'tn. heavy to bear, so it fell down one G L MCGRIFFGENERAL COSTS YOU NNr Its Pink Armours Vienna
has returned -
Waters'
Mrs. Dorothy from Charleston, S. C., day last week., Last Saturday AaE' DREFT Ige pkg 25c SAUSAGE 2 cans 33c
Ernie and others were working on
where she was the guest of her s PURE Gentle IVORY
the porch until the rain ran them ELECTRIC APPLIANCESCor. # Armours

daughter B. and L Stanley son-in-law, and, Mr.infant and into the house. After the rain, Call & Walnut Sts. Phone 229 VEGETABLE TREET 37c SNOW Ige pkg 30c
:Mrs.
Clarence out with a
Lang came Armours CHOPPED
daughter, Sandra Louise. SHORTENING Cleaner, 1-lb box 2 for

Judy, Barbara, and, Patsy Gid- HAM 49c SPIC 'N SPAN 49c
dens have returned to their homein .1 -
Avon Park after a visit with ASTONISHING PERFORMANCE! 3-lb, Can 73C Lb Can 27C Starkist Detergent

their uncle and aunt, Mr. andMrs. TUNA 6-oz can 35c OXYDOL Ige pkg 30c<

D. V. Griffis.

family Mr. and have Mrs.returned Leslie Chilson home, aftera and And that's only half the Chevrolet story

visit with relatives in Zephyr-
hills. r-"!- % { Super-Right Fully Cooked

Mrs. Doss Higginbotham and L ,,
I
daughter, Shirley, have returned p __ o Lb 29SuperRight C.
from a vacation spent with Mrs. PICNICS .

Higginbotham's son-in-law and I y 1
c
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond X..
Kilijore and family at Panama

City.The Church Sugar Cured SLAB Firm v
Maxville Baptist choir will hold a social Friday

night, Sept. 16. All members are M Lb 35C Lb
urged to attend. BACON BANANAS 10C.

Miss Debbie Phillips and Rev.

Lester Taggart represented the 1vCp ,
Maxville Baptist Church at the

Southern Baptist Assembly, held Super-Right Western Vine Large Size
at Ridgecrest, N. C. Aug. 2431. ',
Friends of Mrs. Dan Parrish will a Mk Lb tALOUPES 1C

regret to learn that she is ill here BEEF LIVER 29C

at her home. ; .,
Mrs. C. B. Nolan and sons, Billy :
and Bobby, have returned from a -
sight-seeing tour of New Orleans, Sweet Ripe Large Size

La. They were accompanied by Armours Star Canned Spiced Luncheon
ssa
Mrs. Nolan's sister, Mrs. L. AWard .CzYa'1 ria HONEYDEWS! 39C
of Hastings. Aft C

Mrs. Leslie Sweat entertainedat MEAT 3LbCan

her home on Sunday, Sept. 11, : Fresh Elberta
with a covered dish luncheon hon- y- "3 'R'r g K3 da ? '.o
,
oring her husband, Leslie Sweat,' a xrot ry. a Lb

and Mrs. Janie Higginbotham on r PEACHES I 10C I

their birthday anniversary. About Great Features back up Chevrolet Performance: Anti-Dive Braking-Bal1-Race Steering-Out' Super.RightBreakfast i

50 guests were present. rigger Rear Springs-Body by Finher-12-Volt Electrical System-Nuie Engine-Drive Choices. I i
Remit Bride HonoredAt Lb U. S. No. 1 WHITE
MiMfllaneous Shower The sizzling acceleration of Chevrolet's new SAUSAGE 45C S'

Mrs. Rudolph Crosby entertained "Turbo-Fire V8" is half the story; but it POTATOESLbs

Saturday night, Sept. 10, at ,the takes a lot more besides. Cornering and l
Maxville Civic Club with a mis- A 'liglttning-quielcpower punch handling qualities really count on the

cellaneous shower honoring Mrs. that makes driving safer NASCAR* Short Track circuit where Chev- ,apt. John Breaded !
your
J. C Carter, the former Miss rolet's count for safer and
king-just as they 10-ozPkg TIC
Sylvia Horton. recent bride elect. That's one of the reasons for more pleasant highway driving. And even SHRIMP 49C 10 I !
The decora-
room was beautifully
ted with and white Chevrolet's winning stock car the high-priced cars don't slice through a Drive with care...EVERYWHERE
orange crepe i iSuperRight
I
tight turn as neatly-or handle as sweetly- iI
streamers cut
and assorted I!
paper
record-but it's not the as this beauty. The record proves it! t
flowers. Several
games were played -
and prizes awarded, after only one. Not by a long shot! Come Chevrolet on in and its sample all the things that Extra Lean, Freshly Prices in this ad effective
give winning We're
.
which Mrs. Carter opened her ways.
17 l
', through September
many: useful and attractive gifts. keeping a key ready for you! i i

Refreshments of cake and punch Not.'onoJ Auociofiaa far Stuck Car Auto toctnpHOW'S GROUND BEEF ..I,. r, I ,, N II "IS MN Nl
were served. Guests enjoying this
event, along with the hostess and THE TIME TO BUY! LOW PRICES-BIG DEALS! ENJOY A NEW CHEVROLET!

honoree. included Dora Byrd, Lu- \ -
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Y 44IM 4JU IH 4 4tui H* itWMI I
Janie Higginbotham, Kathleen EVkOLETPHONE Lbs $4.00

Wilson, Mary Rushing, Nettie I TORODE CO. 3 412 Call St. Starke, Fla.r ,
Carter, Debbie Phillips, Opal': Hill,

Toria Higginbotham, Louise I 111 CALL AND CO URT STREETS STARKE, FLA. i I_ i I!
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Miss Fay Paulk Weds Ervin AndrewsIn Miss Betty Durban An d RaymondVilliams BP\V Members Henderson-\V arren

Baptist Church Ceremony, September 3rd Recite Vows In Grace Methodist ChurchGrace \Vill Attend


:Methodist Church of Law- District Meeting

I tey was the setting Friday evening ,

1ftt August 26, for the, marriageof Members of the Starke BPW'

Miss Betty Marie Durban, Club will meet at the post officeat

daughter of Mr. and :Mrs.: Ed 9:30 o'clock Sunday morningto

Gladys Mooty Durban of Lawtey, and Raymond attend a district 3-4 meeting

Phone 35 Wiley Williams, son of Mr. and I in Gainesville. Registration will

Mrs. Harvey N. Williams of begin at 10 a. m. at the Thomas

--- -I- Starke. The ceremony was per- Hotel, with the business sessionto

Effie PTA formed at 9 o'clock in the eveningby open at 10:30. Director Della
Mrs. JohnsIs Elementary ,
I the Starke club will
: Rev. Lewis D. Haines of Rosenberg of
HostessAt Has First MeetingIn Starke.As : k t. rr:' preside. The local club will fUrnish

i ... ..,., entertainment for this meeting I
the .
Dinner ) wedding guests assembled -
Surprise CafetoriumThe S ....i
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1.., and members are urged to
of 't:
a program nuptial music .
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The home of Mrs. Effie Johnsat Starke Elementary P. T. A. '1, was rendered by Mrs. Mae Wells, ", wear their emblem pins.
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544 W. Call street was the met at the Cafetorium Monday ., ,./. k 7J church pianist, and Miss Barbara y < The regular September: meeting

scene of a lovely surprise dinner evening at a covered-dish supper "J, I' Matchett of Hampton, soloist 1 ,of the club wiL be held Monday|
daughter's wedding an original night at 8 o'clock in St. Edward's
honoring Mrs. John's son, Freeman meeting. Miss Matchett, a cousin of the
V I gown of navy blue, and her corsage I Recreation Hall with President)
on his birthday Saturday Following the supper, Rev. W. : SVir bride, sang "0. Promise Me." of
was orchids.
purple :Mildred: Doyle in charge. The -
rroi
evening. S. McAliley opened the meeting ... ,During the ceremony, the traditional \'
I j Mrs. Williams wore gray, witha gram on legislation will be given I
held attrac- Mrs. J. R. i
The party rooms with a devotional. wedding marches were used. ,
shoulder corsage of orchids. by :Mrs. Dorothy Milberger of
of late summer i presidedand 1 The I
tive arrangements Wainwright, president wedding party stood before
I Following the ceremony, :Mr. i Penney! Farms. Hostesses will beMrs.
flowers and the refreshment table announced that Mrs. F. J. a background of native .
greenery |and Mrs. Durban entertained with Ollie Scott and :Mrs. Lee I
was graced with a beautiful lace Pellum's room won the first prize interspersed with white Peri-1 I! ;I 1.\ .
a reception in the church annex Dunnavant of Green Cove SprL'1gs.I
cloth and centered with a bouquetof for having the most parents pres- T TI winkles. Twin standing basketsof Miss Gloria Warren, daughterof
for members of the families, out
roses and fern flanked by ent. Mrs. A..NL Holliday was elected : white gladioli and carnationswere I Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Warren of
.. of town guests, and members of
candelabra carrying out the pink Health Chaiman, Mrs. W. B. ..' used on either side of the PresbyterianVomen Stark and Henry W. Henderson,
the
The bride'stable
wedding party. I
and green motif of the decora- Sewell was elected as parlimenta- / 'i.' .... altar along with cathedral candel- I overlaid with floral I Met Tuesday son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hend-
tions. rian. A committee will be,appointed "; ',1:.:,., abra holding lighted tapers. The was a I erson of Tavares, were united in
., I pattern lace cloth, and centered
said find out the price of a "' :! ".,. I marriage on Friday Sept. 2. The
to
Grace and prayers were "' j," f.'h"" ; family pews were marked with With a tiered wedding cake, topped Circle. Two of the Women ofj i
I (
by M. D. Carter and Mrs. H. C. curtain for the.new Cafetorium .:, it ;" small rosettes of matching blossoms with the traditional miniature bride the First Presbyterian Church met j'ceremony was performed at the

Boyer before the delicious dinner stage. and greenery.The and at the home of :Mrs.: John :Mixon!home of the bride's parents at
Mrs. Johns Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Elementary I groom. The only flowers 7:30. o'clock in the evening.The .
o'clock. Ten
which was served by bride wore an exquisite Tuesday night at 8
were an arrangement of
announced the green II bride attended Bradford
and :Mrs. Wffla Mae Judd. The supervisor, members
waltz-length gown of imported and white were present.
; ; surrounding the cake.
School.
High Mr. Henderson
scheduled for the adult night is an
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further
tiered birthday cake car- Chantyiy lace and nylon tulle over! The hostess presided over the
Miss
Patsy Wainwright
assisted -
: inspector with Minute Maid .
school classes. P. T. Nolin, principal : Corp.in
motif. '
ried out the color introduced the new teachers -: : satin. The molded bodice featureda by :Miss Leatha Edenfield, business meeting and :Mrs. J. G. Central Florida.
Enjoying the affair- with the matching jacket of Chantilly 'presided at the bride's table. Caldwell was in charge of the V
the members -
and welcomed new
hostess and honoree were Mrs. of the PTA. H. P. Morgan, iHV with long sleeves ending in pointed ,Misses Jean Noegel, and Gloria Bible study. I"finals" last year ... Irene says
Frank Webb, Mrs. Wesley An- talk dur- cuffs over the hands. Her veil Crawford served punch. The New members present were she enjoyed voting so much that
drews }f. D. Carter, Mrs. Ernie superintendent, gave a of illusion extended to I I she doesn't intend
the 'in which he V imported bride's book was kept by Miss' Mrs. Ray Taylor and Mrs. Eu- to miss a

Dowling, Mrs. Walter Underhill ing out program the segregation prob- ., the shoulders and was held in i June Boyett. Misses Boyett, Eden- gene Allwood. Following the Bible chance from here on out. .

Mr. and"Mrs. Morris Carter and lem brought and the future building appropriation. place with a cap of starched lace.'field, and Noegel are all from Study, delicious refreshments were That's it for this week See

son, }fr. and .Mrs. Oscar Carter, She wore a pearl necklace of four Lake City and are close friends served by the hostess. you in the next .

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter, Mrs. for the eveningwere 4 strands, and carried a bouquet and business associates of the -Carolyn

Ara Moitt Mrs. Nita Dyal, Mrs. The hostesses and the A beautiful and impressive used in decorating for the affaii centered with a white orchid and bride. I Circle Three met Tuesday eve-
E.
Mrs. J. Hardy
Clyde Gassett Mrs. Mary Lou room-mothers. wedding ceremony was performed and formed a lovely background I showered with miniature carna- ,During the reception, Mr. and ning at 8 o'clock at the homeof BAKE SALE

Agnair and daughter, Mrs. H. C. first grade en Saturday evening, Sept. 3, in for the wedding party. The mantel tions. I Mrs. Williams left for a weekend Mrs. J. A. Griffis at Camp The Ladies of the First Chris

Boyer, and Mrs. Willa Mae Judd. the First Baptist Church when in the lounge, which formed a L : The bride's matron of honor and I trip. The bride traveled in a be- Blanding with seven members tian Church will hold a bake sale

Stork Shower !Rev. Lewis D. Haines united Miss background for the receiving line:, only attendant was her sister, .coming navy blue outfit with a present. Mrs. L. H. Gibson, chairman in front of Duckys on Saturday

Mrs. Emily Silcox For Mrs. PowellMrs I Margie Fay Paulk and 2nd Lt. held a placque of pink magnolia L Mrs. 0. J. Boyett of Valdosta, Ga. I I white corsage and blue assessories. presided over the business morning.COLONIAL.

Lucian Ervin Andrews in mar- leaves holding seven tall pinli: Her gown was of pink organdy The couple will reside in Jackson- meeting. Mrs. Robert Paterson -.--< : -' '- '-
Honored At Dinner *. w. C. Powell was honoredat riage. burning tapers. On either enc i covered with tiny tiers of pink ville, where Mr. Williams is em- opened the meeting with prayer, d- p _. _-U'.:-.

Mrs. Emily Silcox was honored a lovely stork shower Wednes- The bride is the daughter of were modernistic sprays of pinl: lace ruffles and topped with a "ployed in the regional office of after which Mrs. Robert Chapmangave

with an all day dinner party at day night of last week given by Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk and Fuji munis and white cushior:I full length net stole in matching American Oil Co., and Mrs. Williams an interesting program.

her home on Kingsley Lake Sun- Mrs. Mural Gardner and Mrs.. J. granddaughter of Mrs. Walter mums. color. She carried a bouquet of with Southern Bell Telephone Refreshments were served by;

day to celebrate her 67th birth- W. Andrews HI, at the home of Underbill. The bridegroom is the The bride's table, overlaid Will:sweetheart roses, surrounded by the hostess during the social hour.

day anniversary which fell on the latter, 407 Washington St. son of Mr. and Mrs. Reddish An- I a beautiful Italian cutwork cloth, ,pink carnations with flowing satin Co.Mrs.. Williams is a graduate of home of
Sept. 1.Those. The lace covered refreshmenttable drews and grandson of :Mr. and was'centered with a four-tiered I streamers. Bradford High School, class of Circle One met at the FLORISTPHONE

was centered with a musical Mrs. Will Andrews, all of Starke. jwe the occasionwere Serving as best man for Mr. 1953. Mr. Williams also
attending baby cradl which held an Prior to the 8 o'clock nuptial Jove birds holding wedding rings p. m. with the chairman, Mrs.
her six children, Mr. and : Williams was his brother, Jerry, BHS and followed this with three 218
arrangement of pink and white rites, a program of wedding ,[Around the cake was a nylon net David :Montgomery presiding.
and Mr. and ushers were Fay Durban, years in the Marine Corps.
Gill :
Prescott
Mrs. son carnations, baby breath and blue I I music was rendered by the organ- '[ruffle on which miniature nosegays Seven members were present
and Mrs. L. C. Brown and children, I brother of the bride, and Daniel I i They are now at home to friendsat
nylon puffs. The punch table in ist, Mrs. Levy Canova and the of pink and white were plac. Mrs T. A. Yawn gave an Interesting ( )
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Mrs. Margaret Simmons and children Evans of Jacksonville. 2116 Herschel Street in Jack-
the living room was centered witha soloist, Miss Sylvia Paulk, sisterof :ed at intervals. On either side oj program after which
all of Starke Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. Durban chose for her sonville.
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crystal. punch bowl which was the bride. Miss Paulk, a 'the cake were three-branched the hostess served refreshments.
Wallace Sucox, Mr. and Mrs. S. '
surrounded with greenery. radio and stage entertainer, sang candelabra holding blush pink can- -I- FLOWERSFor
L. Silcox and children, Mr: and Cole-Drier "
Fourteen guests enjoyed this "Whither Thou Goeth", "I Love :dles, at the base of which were I"
all of Jack- I
Mrs. Bennie Noonon.
I delightful affair. ,Thee Truly" and "Bless This ,kissing balls made of blush pink Engagement All Occasions
sonville. Also stepfather, Har-
her
House. J carnations and puffs of nylon net
Smith half sister Mrs. Hester I I
ry Four WSCS The chancel of the church was ,and loops of narrow satin ribbon. DISH GARDENS
Circle
sister-in-law, Mrs.
Campbell,
banked with palms and magnolia']From the kissing balls extended I
and i POTTED PLANTS
Dessie Smith and daughter
Met Monday boughs and in the center were'garlands of carnations onto the .j
her only brother, Mr. and Mrs. -
pedestal baskets of white gladioliand cloth. At either end of the table the hills, boys and instruction they will be used, POTTERY
all of for
and Head
Marcus Burney son W.
Methodist
Circle 4 of the : pompoms. Lighted white]were silver trays around which daddies too, by Veterans in hospitals if you
Yulee and Dinsmore. Also several S. C. S. held its monthly meeting tapers in branched candelabra cast (were ruffles,of nylon net edged girls and maybe Women's Club members .1 have some time to give for the Flowers ''ViredAnywhere
Mrs. Peggie : the senior
friends including in the Recreation building Mon t tI all
,a soft glow over the impressive with light pink Pinocchio chrysan- cards in the mail ,,cause, contact :Mrs.: Hall at the
Buie, Starke, Mrs. Lou Lloyd and with hostesses Mrs.S. I received
day evening setting. The family pews were themums. ,In front of the cake the new fall Clinic Marion Howe and son,
children, Mr. and Mrs. Niejadlickand G. Denmark and Mrs. Eston I this week announcing I I
marked with white satin j the of the
of Jacksonville. I. large .and extending over edge which started on Wed- Gene have returned from aImonth's

daughter Jordan;'; > bows. I table was a spray of tube roses, nesday program. also "Operation-BigSwitch" ] trip to Pa., N. Y. _and StarkeWpeuot
Mrs.. R. S. Mullins c
I nductedf Mrs. James Rowe was chosento Pinocchio mums, and puffs of nylon which could mean the I,,Toronto most of the time spent
Ladies Council the program in the serve as matron of honor in I in shades of delicate pink, from 1 turn-over at their summer home on Lake Mn1JICE -
in'' I B-Bop angle en a new I
classroom with the
Met TuesdayThe subjects the wedding and the bridesmaidswere which fell showers of narrow pink __ those long things that I Ontario .
the history, growth and location I or one of
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Miss Maxine Andrews, sisterof satin ribbon. ., bamboo patch will Hear that Gloria Griffis and
of the W. S. C. S. in this country. grows in a I
Ladies, Council of the First Those taking part were Mrs. O. W. the groom, and Miss Faye us- i The two punch tables were over- ; V V V be anxious to read club news inI Ervin Triest repeated vows up at
Christian Church met in the sanc- sell of Jacksonville. Serving as Italian cutwork .
White Jr., Mrs. Bill Thompson and ,laid with imported 'if next week"s paper to see what Folkston, Ga. on Aug. 2 was
tuary Tuesday evening for their Mrs. Bradford. flower girls were little Misses I I cloths and centered with ; this Big Switch angle is .. sorry to hear that :Mary Geiger,

business and program meeting. Refreshments were served by Jane.Hardy and LaMarge Willisof 'silver punch bowls on silver trays The traffic over the 8th St. age 93, fell on the porch last Sat-

V Mrs. Louise Newman, program the hostesses at the conclusionof Jacksonville. The matron of around which were garlands of Vw R.R. crossing was worse than the I[urday morning and broke her hip J

chairman for circle.I. was in the honor wore a beautiful gown of pink magnolia blossoms and plu- N. J. Turnpike. Tuesday duringthe I she is confined in St. Vincent's

charge of the program and gave program. aqua crystal taffeta, styled witha mosus fern. A frozen fruit ring early morning rush hour from hospital where her condition is as

the devotional. Talks were made fitted long-torso princess bodice I centered the punch bowls. 7 to 8 o'clock when a 150 car well as can be. expected Mrs.T. .

from members of the circle. Burtis-Johnson featuring a deep-cuffed bertha Mrs. J. W. Kincaid and Mrs. freight train broke down just J. Griffin has just received

Mrs. W. L. Andrews, president,I neckline and tiny cap sleeves. She I Hogan Smith greeted guests as I after it crossed i-th St. blockedall ,news, that her grandson, Cliff
Friends here will be.interested
presided over the business meet- wore tiny lace mitts in a match- they arrived at the reception and the crossings South past the;:Mendoza: of Jax, has been appointed -
in the announcement of the mar-
ing. A nominating committee was ing shade. Tbe long bouffant presented them to the receivingline City limits one trainman said as Company Commander of

elected to select the officers for riage of Miss Jean Alice Johns- skirt was gathered to the bodice which was composed of Mrs.: the brakes locked and another Co. B, the Naval Unit at the

the coming year. They are Mrs. ton of Dallas, Texas, granddaughter 'and was poised over matching Paulk, Mrs. Andrews, the bride said a drawhead broke, causingthe I Bolles schoSl don't think the

Ara Moitt, chairman, Mrs. Mar- of Mrs. D. W. Moore of Starke, taffeta. She carried a cas ade and groom and members of the Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cole of traffic congestion for an hour boss is aware that a competitive

garett Blankenship, Mrs. Louise to Pleasant Word Burtis III, also bouquet of pink carnations and wedding party. Mrs. Foster Shi Starke announce the engagementof and 15 minutes football practice newspaper was started up last CREAMeLQ'

Newman, Mrs. Betty Sherwood, of Dallas. The marriage was an,wore a matching headpiece of Smith invited guests to the refreshment their daughter, :Miss Jimmie got off to a bad start when,,week in "The Neighborhood news" .
and Mrs. Mary E. Wynn. The I nylon tulle. The gowns of the tables, and floor hos- Cole, to James Paul Drier, son Randall Davis received a fracture edited and printed by Martha

social meeting will be held Tues- event of August 6 in St. Andrews two bridesmaids and flower girls tesses were Mrs. Jack Parker, of Carl Dreier, and the late Mrs.. of the lower spine, which will put Susan Ritch and Jane Adams TAKES THE

day, Sept. 20, places to be an- Presbyterian Church, Dallas. were identical to that of the honor Mrs. Tyler Jones, Mrs. Charles Drier of Toledo, Ohio. him out of the game for the sea- it really gives the lowdown on

nounced later.WSCS The 'bride.is the daughter of attendant in styling and were of Darby, Mrs. V. V. Hazen, Mrs. WjB. Miss Cole is a graduate of son, and Harold Godwin receiveda the neighbors have you seen : WORKOUT

Mrs. Daisy Moore Johnston and petal pink crystal taffeta. They I Mundy, Mrs. M. F. Hazen, Mrs. Bradford High School, class of broken nose both casualties Kate Struth's gardenia bush? -

NoticeThe Floyd Perryman Johnston, both carried cascade bouquets of blue E. Sparks, and Mrs. Wesley 1954, and is employed at the happened on Labor Day it's bursting with blooms in OF

carnations and wore matching V IS. Presiding at the punch University of Florida.Mr. I Note that Pat Lambe is now September yet! see that Alicei
of Dallas. The the BUmWORK: !
Methodist W. S. C. S bridegroom is headpieces of nylon tulle. {I tables were Miss Pauline Gay, Drier is a graduate of Clay working as secretary at Doctor's i I i Anderson is back to managing the

general meeting will be held Mon: son of Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant 2nd* Lt. Thomas Blount of Moul-. and Mrs. Max Furlong, assisted High School, has served four Hospital hear that Mrs. Pel-V Gold House .

day afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Word Burtis II of Denison and trie, Ga. attended the groom as I by Misses Jackie Parker, Jean years in the U. S. Navy, and is Sum's 3rd grade class won the: 'Twas some party that Sandra 1

church. Frankston, Texas. best man. Ushers were Seeber D. Moore, Glenda Underhill, Martha, now employed by the Edison i prize of a cake for having the Strickland, Roddy Struth, Jackie

-. Andrews and Vernon Cole o::C I Landrum, Agnes Lawson, Patricia.I Company of Toledo, Ohio. most parents at Elementary'' Prevatt, and JoAnn Slade gave

Wildwood, Gene Andrews of I Pelum, and Kathrine Kelly. Cut-I The wedding will be announced School PTA meeting Monday night:\ last Friday evening at the Slade

Jacksonville, and Dick Smith and I:ting the bride's cake was ;. later. Bruce Mathews left last: home on Kingsley Lake for 65

Vernon Reddish of Starke. I|!Floyd Wiggins, assisted by Mrs. Thursday for Los Angeles, Calif. teenagers it was called the

The bride, who entered the I I L. A. Canova. CARD OF THANKS to join the North American Air. Levi Bop Levi's, as you may

church on the arm of her father, The bride's book table was over- plane Co. Research Lab. Mile I know, are those tight blue jeans
was lovely in an original model I laid with a lovely cutwork cloth I want to thank each of you and Winnie Lance wish to infonr I that the teenagers go in for .

of French imported Chantilly lace I and held a small silver bowl with for the wonderful vote you gave their interested friends thai!t Dorothy Masters was hostess to
many
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in rose medallion design, poised pink rose buds flanked by three- me in the City Election. their son-in-law, Sheriff B. R. 40 guests at a party in celebration

over bridal satin. The Queen Anne I I branched candelabra tied with a Even though you did not choose i Quinn of Inverness, who was sho!t of her 14th birthday, Tuesday evening ,

influence was reflected in the! rosette of pink satin ribbon centered to elect me to your City Council, while in the line of duty severa I Sept. 6. Delores Meng

bodice and collar which was en- I with a nosegay. Presidingat I shall continue to work for the weeks ago, is home now and get was given a surprise party by 15 serve

.:. crusted in irridescent paillettes i this table were Mrs. Jack Ed- best interests of our city. ting along nicely guests last Saturday evening S}
'c rr and seed pearls. This was attached I wards, aunt of the bride, and Miss, Hear that Jimmy Weldon has I Paula Champion celebrated her

I to the scalloped topped Bonnie Paulk of Willacoochee, Ga.,i Thank ;you. been transferred from Charleston,I, 1st birthday on Monday with a

> '. bodice with inserts of illusion, cousin of the bride Sincerely yours, S. C. t0 Norfolk, Va. where he is J party for a few friends and t... the Ice Cream of

., heart shaped in design, and em-' After spending some time with V-V__ J. W. (Jim) Ritch stationed on the USS Conway Barbara Blankenship, who was!

,. broidered in sequins and pearls Her j their guests the young couple his address is:' James R. Weldon, 11 years old Wednesday, celebrated -

i voluminous skirt of lace fell over I left for :Moultrie, Ga. where Lt. ent he is a member of the Air SA 4580344, USS Conway, DDE- with a party and weiner roast parlY'lIJQUa

., layers of illusion and satin, and Andrews is stationed, and will Force stationed at Spence Field, 507, 2 Fleet Postoffice, New York, for 26 friends.

I in back formed a cascade panel I make that city their home until Moultrie, Ga. N. Y. Also Sea. 1-c Freddie See that Eve Godwin has mov- :

Nothing's as new as LIFEGUARD DESIGN of tiers of lace which fell in a Jan. 1956 when he will be transferred The wedding date marked the Johns returned to the Great Lakes ed into her lovely new home on / :1

court train. Her finger tip veil to Texas. The bride chose 50th wedding anniversary of the Naval Station on Wednesday after -I E. Call street Mr. and Mrs.

of sheerest illusion was attached I'for traveling, a two-piece blue bride's maternal grandmother, two weeks visit with his father Thomas R. Woods have moved

in I to a regal crown of matching lace frost crepe dress with Navy ac- Mrs. Walter Underhill of Starke. M. L. Johns, and :Mr. and :Mrs. into the Joe Truby house on

.which was outlined with seed :cessories and a corsage of white Among the out-of-town guests Charlie Johns Hear that Dr. j,Cherry St. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Everybody loves ice cream.

the pearls and sequins. She carrieda j I'roses. were :Mr.: and Mrs. Edison Paulk, A. J. Barry has returned to his i Breitung have moved into 502 Quality wise folks love

cascade bouquet of white bride's The bride is a graduate of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Moody, )[r. office in the Starke Maternity Epperson St. Mr. and Mrs. Superior. It's real ice

roses and tube roses with streamers i i Bradford High School, class of and Mrs. Wayne Hazen, Mr. and Bldg. after three weeks refresher Luther Hardee are occupying the cream
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-the list in
56 FORD of white satin ribbon, show- '54 and attended the Universityof Mrs. Shelby Turner, Mr. and Mrs. course in Atlanta, and has Opal Ruby Johns house, cor. of South town! Next

ered with white tube roses. Tennessee. Upon leaving school Sam Duvall, Mr. and Mrs. Homer McAliley as office nurse I and Cherry Sts. the B. L. I time, enjoy Superior qual!

At Mrs. Paulk, mother of the bride, she joined the office staff of Fi- Skeen, Mr. and :Mrs. Richard Willis Little Cynthia Ann Smith, two :Moxleys: have moved into 6311 ity-for better food better

selected for her daughter's wedding I delity & Casualty Co. of New Mrs. Neater Petcher Mrs. year old daughter of the S. J. I Frances St., Pinehaven, the W. C. fun. Sold at local stores.

a striking gown of ashes of York in Jacksonville, a positionshe Florence Haltiwanger, Mrs. Jane Smiths had a narrow escape from ,Rhodens have moved into the Burt Served in finest homes?

yourFord rose lace over taffeta with match- I held until her marriage. Stokes, Mrs. J. R. Lyons, Mrs. serious injury when she was run Aldridge house on, N. Water St., I

,. ing lace gloves and an orchid ,j Lt. Andrews is a graduate of Gus Thomas, Miss Pam Thomas, over by a dry-cleaning truck In and Mr. and :Mrs. Jessie Coleman Cones \\

Dealer'ssoon corsage. J Bradford High School, class of Mrs. Wayne Preston, and Mrs. her driveway last Friday morning and daughters have moved into I Cups

Mrs. Andrews, mother of the '50, and a graduate of the Uni- Olga Basse, all of Jacksonville; she is in bed with multiple 'their new home on Paulk Street Pints <
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> versity of Florida in Aug. '54, Mr. and :Mrs. Brooks Paulk FomilIIJLUlFOIID /
bridegroom, was gowned in t of bruises, but no broken bones I' !
Y heavenly blue lace over taffeta [receiving a degree of Bachelor of Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Lucian hear that Pvt. Stanley Clark is in Hear that Tuesday was a red-I

with matching lace gloves and an 'Science in Pharmacy. He is an Thomas of Fort :Myers, :Mr. and teletype school at Camp Gordon, letter day in the life of Irene

V crchid corsage.Immediately active member of Kappa Phi Mrs. Roswell Paulk and Clifford Ga.. where he is a student in the'Sommer (Mrs. Robt) She had I

Sigma Epsilon honorary chemical Paulk of St. Marys, Ga., Mr. and Co. 11 TSESS. the thrill of voting for the first I
.Coming i September 23 following the wed- I fraternity, "Mortar:: & Pestle." Mrs. L. M.1 te of
ding ceremony, a Bronson, Marguerite Hall is putting in a time in her life in the City Election -!
held in the Starke Woman's reception was pharmaceutical fraternity, Gamma Mrs. Stella Andrews of Miami, call for volunteer knitters for the I Mrs. S. was born in England -'

Arrangements of white Club. student branch of the American and Lt John Roberts Paulk and Red Cross to make shoulderettes, and there is so much red II

and gladioli Pharmaceutical Assn., and the Misses Bonnie and Jeanie Paulkof sweaters caps and toe socks tape to taking out citizenship
pink were"
magnolia leaves (Advanced Officers club. At pres- Willacoochee, Ga. ARC will furnish the yarn and I papers that she just received her!I


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snrrsS it SSSSSSSSSt. sssptsfl SSI S SI Mr. and :Mrs. Albert Lee Cros- :Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Christmas
1 Mr. and Mrs.V.. R. :Miller andj I [October 3, 1955. in the above named !graph i ., I
ty Jr. and family were visiting: and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Clerk >t"HI- t':r, ..' j
Sammy, spent Sunday at St Pet-j seek divorce. i Dated thi 14 day jf September, ,By Marian L tr.hy;, i :

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gay at Jacksonville E. E. Gunter in Brunswick Ga., ersburg and the, _Gulf beaches. .' Bradford County Telegraph shall '1955.(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles, i I'I.: : I I.I.i
A. Darby
Beach and :Mr. and Mrs. over the weekend. I ,i publish. this Order in next four I I I Clerk of the Circuit Court
; .eeklylslmes. MITICK TOPPtan
M. E. Glisson in Jacksonville on Among those from, out-of-town i Sealed bids CII.L will FOR BIDS I Witness my hand and official seal I I'By r Marian L. Crosby' Deputy Clerk In Circuit Court Bradford County,

Sunday.Mrs. attending the funeral of W. G.!'the I City Council of be the received City by of at Starke, Florida, this August 9/1S 4t 10/7 Florida I. (-lIaDI't'r).
1955. Dolores L. Me Bride. Plaintiff. ". .
: Ray ,Saunders and Mrs. Haile Sr. Wednesday morning of !istarke Starke,. Florida Florida., at the City Hall in I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. 31'1 II \OTICK TO APPEIR Lynwood \,. :McBride Defendant. '

*e ::: Hicky Green of Lake City were last week were Mr. and Mrs. W. '[P. M. on Tuesday.until October 8:00 o'clock: As Clerk of said I. Clrruit Court. HratUortl County, Active To Appear
; IN THE 4. A.D., By Marian L. Florida In Ckancrry. Case Xo.
NEWS Crosby. 10-IT'S
19 35, Deputy Clerk I I
Saturday luncheon guests of Mrs. G. Haile Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. bids received at which will time and place all Chas. R. Hess 204 Guaranty Life I Robert Harry Campbell. Plaintiff I To: Lynwood W. MoFrlde, whi."e

Del Colley and Mrs. Daisy Ferry Jack Haile of Miami, Mrs. E. M. and read aloud be for publicly the opened Dldg. Jacksonville, Florida I vs." Pernice Ann Campbell Defend residence and address!' is: ad3 ATI'
of purchase JAttys. for Plf. 912 4t 9/23 1 ant. 201 r. S. Xa'alir Station ('.'rpI''
--------- one two-ton
II man. Rooks of Gainesville Frank Haile cylinder truck. six or eight I Case Xo. 10-1147 Christi' Texas.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Chitty and Mr. and Mrs. William Briscoeof Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith and I of Rutledge, Ga., Mrs. Roy Dial, er take-off, 825x20 with 10-ply two-speed tires,transmission pow. I NOTICE TO APPEAR I :\llee: Bernice To AppearTo Ann Campbell. whoseresidence You for are divorce hereby notified that a suit

daughter, Marilyn of Valdosta, Valdosta. Ga. were Sunday. family were in Waldo Sundayham Roy Dial Jr. and Mrs. Grady graded .less One 1948 Ford truck to be II.Florida Circuit la Court Bradford County and address i.1500 West minor children custody etc.and controlof

Ga. were weekeifd( guests of :Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A.' and family] were at their,Rawls of Albany Ga., and Lamar ,which is to body be mounted and hydraulic on new lift I E. !Kennedy Chancery, Plaintiff vs. You 11th are Street hereby Nibs notified Michigan.that a suit above has been named filed Court against and you in and the

and Mrs. Randall Chitty. Colson. I camp in the Scrub on S nday. Haile Jr. of St. Petersburg. :chasis at the, by seller. Truck can be seen Preston B. Kennedy Defendant. for divorce you are required to serve cause a cop' of

Mrs. Sue Rollins Rudolph] Sink Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark: Mrs. O. E. Stansbury has returned -.Starke' City Florida.Ught & Water Plant, Notice To Appear. Case Xo. 10-1200 has been filed against' you in the your answer or pleading to the
of Jacksonville ,and Rev. W. 5.1 above named Court and cause and I complaint on the Plaintiff
Attorney
and Mrs/R. H. Barbour of McAliley attended the Fall Rallyof of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. home from Riverside Hospital -the The right said to City Council reserves residence To: Preston B. Kennedy whose you are required to serve a copy ofyour Gerald R. Hart. 292 Smith Build-
Tallahassee and Mrs. I. E. Clark on Sunday. where she received'treat- |i all bids. accept or reject any or Washington and address is:: 3314 answer or pleading to the ing. Jackfronville. Florida,
; spent the weekend at Men of the Western District of Street, Wilmington, complaint on the Plaintiff Attorney and file the original In the office
Mr. and Mrs. I CITY COCXCJLI Delaware.
Kingsley Lake and veiled friends Suwannee Presbytery ori Sundayat Nat Sternberg ments for two weeks. CITY OF I I You H. E. Nichols, 309 Guaranty Life of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
are
in Starke. of Paytona Beach were. overnight t Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hogg ofSt. I By Carl John STARKE., FLORIDA rult for hereby notified that a 1 Building Jacksonville Florida, or before the 17 day of October.
Lake City. I City Clerk.2t ,and file the original in the office 1955; otherwise the allegation of
guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs Petersburg are visiting Mrs. 9/23 has Divorce of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on said Complaint will be taken as
Junius Smith while enroute to Hot t Ruby Johns and Mr. and Mrs. R. i OTICE I above been filed against YOU In the or before the 17 day of October. confessed by yon.
TO named Court
CREDITORS and
cause and 1955 otherwise
; the' allt'gati01of r This notice !shall be
Springs, Ark. E. Mundorff. la The Court Of The (Count Judge.you" are required to serve a copy of said Complaint will) be taken as each week for four ct'n publishedonce ,..?>'tiu\'.?
j
Mrs. Leo Champion, Mrs. Henry Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and IX RE Bradford: Estate Coa.of .Neva). Florida B. Marti- > your answer on the or pleading Plaintiff's to Attorney the complaint ,confessed This notice by you.shall be weeks in the Bradford County Tele
1 published' I graph.
Godwin and Mrs. W. B. Thompson family visited Mrs. Charles HarT au. Deceased. I William D. Morgan 507 Clark once each week for four consecutive Dated this 10 day of Septen.her
were shopping in Ocala last dy Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. ing i. All Creditor and Pel-noun Hav and Building, Jacksonville, Florida weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph 1955;; .
; Claim or Hemaad".lIa... I file the original in the office of .
(Official Sealt Charles A. Darbv
Friday. Bryan and family in Gainesville ,Said E..a.e.You the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Dated this 14 day of September, rUrk! of the Circuit ,'..u.t
Mr. and Mrs. John Mixon and on and each of you are hereby before the 17 day of October, 1953, 1955OffmaJ. R> Mar aii 1. Crosby, DeputyIH;
Sunday.'a i and required to present otherwise the allegations of said ( ::..al!) I'harlr-. l>arny IIt 4t 10 7
Dedicated To Community Service mother, Mrs. E. S. Matthews, who )lrs. J. R. Kelly and daughter !' ny claims and demands which you Complaint will be taken as confess.
Movk Are Better Than Mr. Mixon's mother, Mrs or either of you may nave against ea oy you.This .
Zver"M Kathryn were shopping in Jacksonville the estate of Sera R. Martineau, notice shall be published .
E. Mixon. last Thursday. deceased, late of said County to the once each week for four consecu-
If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Mr. and :Mrs. J. R. Bullingtonand eFT. County Judge of Bradford County. tive week In tie Bradford County I DID YOU KNOW
cut ad Florida at his office in the court 'Telegraph.
out and present it to Box Office for.FREE TICKETS; daughter Janell, spent Friday Barbara Lang left Wednesdayby I house of said County at Starke, Dated this 13 day of Septembei,
to Wednesday in Miami at Florida, within eight calendar 1955.
I Sun. Mon. plane for Long Beach, Calif., :months from the time of the first OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby IT'S ALMOST HERE ?
Sept. 16, 17 and Tues. tendingthe Jewelry Show. after spending the summer with I publication of this notice. Each Clerk of the Circuit Court

DOUBLE FEATURE Sept. 18, 19, 20 Mr. and Mrs. Everett Prescottare : her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. ,claim I and or demand shall shall be in writIng By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
state
i the 916
place of 4t ll7NOTICE /
_ _ _-_ _ I F*....'Cunt preteritsPETER visiting friends in St. Petersburg ;- Bill Sapp. the residence and post office address of I -
claimant,
I HUWPnfiE from Wednesday to Friday. and shall be sworn to TO APPEAR
Mrs. M. W. Lance and I
daughter 'I
'- by the claimant In The Circuit WINTER!
his agent or attorney Coon 01 Bradford'
Mr. and Mrs.
BOGARTRAYUSTINOVPlus Stanley Noegel 'Babs, spent the weekend in and any such claim or demand I fountr. Florida IB Chancery.
and Sheriff and Mrs. Bill Joyceof Mr. and Mrs.R. not so filed shall be void. Arnold Irving Rone. Plaintiff, vs
; Waycross, visiting ; .
'* H.V. Schwieters. Patricia
As administrator Ann Gibson Rowe, Defend-
r- I I Tallahassee- spending ten N. Carswell. of the Estate of Xeva B. Martm ant.

Y ays in New York and the North Lt. and Mrs. Ervin Andrewsof I First eau, deceased. Case Xo. 10-1086 FOR THE
publication Notice To
: September 16,,, Appear _
states.
Moultrie, Ga., spent the week 1955. To: Patricia Ann Gibson Rowe,
Mrs. H. G. Merow of A. J. Thomas. Jr., whose residence SAFEST
Jthd'f Tampa 203-205.Temple and address is: QUICKEST CLEANEST
end with their parents, Mr. and: 1.\ve", Starke, Florida, Attorney for: .Unknown. ,
the weekend with
: her daugh
Mrs. Dave Paulk and Mr. and Estate. '/16- 4t 10/7 r You are hereby notified that a suit
er, Mrs. Merrill Edwards. and Mrs. Reddish Andrews. for divorce HEAT YOU CAN HAVE
i In The Circuit Court of Florida. has been filed against you In the
ArUAMOUNiriCTVU 1 4 R. C. Dampier was home for Eighth Judicial Circuit, In and I above named Court and cause and
Mrs. O. J. Phillips Jr. the weekend from Lake City, For Bradford Count, 'you are required to serve a cepy cf

AND spent last week In Tampa withMr. V. A. Hospital and the Dampiershad IB Chancery No. 10-1197 your plaint answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading to Attorney the con- G-o G-a-s

and Mrs. George Flynn Jr. as guests Sunday, his broth [:Mary Karadimos-Pierrakos Plaintiff 1 H. E. Nichols 309 Guaranty Life
3Ious in the House" Cartoon 1{I Mrs. Flynn and returned I to vs. loanais Pierrakos, Defend Building Jacksonville Florida
sons er-in-law and sister, Mr. and 2Ir I. [ant. and file the original in the office

and Latest World News Starke with Mrs. Phillips to spendthe John Whelchel and daughter, Deborah DIVORCE of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I ---,. ", ,
Order of Publication [or befoie the
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. and Xotlce I*
of Atlanta, and his mother Appear | 17 day of October, 1955;
A. N. HOLLIDAY Flynn Sr. Mrs. P. A. Dampier of Jackson To: Mr. loannis Pierrakos 40 Tay- otherwise the allegations of said
Mrs. T. D. Curtis of Atlanta is getous St.. Athens Greece; other Complaint will be taken as confessed
wise address unknoWn by you. @( g\
Wed., Thurs. and Fri. spending a few days with her sis ville.Mrs.. Luke Feeney and daughter You are hereby notified that .1 This notice shah be published fVelYbody's
2 t !ter-in-law Mrs. W. G. Haile Sr. there has been filed by Mary Kar once each week for four consecutive
21
22. 23
Sept. Karen, of Starke and her adimos Pierrakos In the above weeks in the Bradford County Tele-

ITO njficeniEli home Mrs.from Albert Riverside Lee has Hospital returned in uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. against styled court you a and Bill the of relief Complaint therein --._,-,.,-,_._._..,_.. :; & 1 Talking About
'lie a David Dalrymple of Miami re prayed for is a divorce, A VIX- ( .
J Jacksonville, where she was confined CULO MATRIMOXII from .
turned Tuesday from four weeks you. i _
for week. This is therefore to command PEOPLE
Matador a
visit in New Jersey and New you, loannis Pierrakos, to appear ,
Mrs. Bobby Turner of State York with friends and relatives.Mr. .and file your written defense in ;I .
: CINEMASCOPEC Farm and Mrs. Hogan Smith of said cause on or before October 24. everwhere are wondering how L
,. Feeney stayed in Richmond I, 1955. filing the original in
office Chiropractic
my -
I. __ v* PATHKk Starke drove to Jacksonville Wednesday and can be so successful .,
AI twd L AifttIGl Va", where he has been transferred sending a copy thereof to
Pr-WIGI
I
..... Samuel W. Getzen, Plaintiff's in restoring health in so
.
5,2011o"" ..,,.. of last week to take Mrs.G. as Sales for at __
'c Representative torney, Box 81,
.. Gainesville,
ttttu t Florida. ; called
jiuuofttome JOUNO C. "incurable cases". The
Kirby to catch a train for, the Pitman-Moore Co. .Upon failure to comply with this I
I order a Decree Pro Confesso answer is simple because it is
her home in Columbia, S. C. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. will
Wimberlyof
Plus "Pizzicato be entered
Cartoon against
m_ Simon, UUNUTAMi INK I and Latent World Pussycat"News Kirby, who had been a guest of Mulberry returned home on.to law and this case you will then according continue _an accepted fact that the nerv-. 1!
mN a noouct n OMICTI a ft I the Turners for ten days, was I Process Ex Parte. I i I OUS system controls the function
MI cAYI3EwHAYlw II I- Thursday to open their houseagain This notice shall be published in I of
honored at a luncheon given by each organ of the body.
I on Church street. Their L .the Dradford County Telegraph. a I,
Plus COMING VERY SOON Mrs. Turner on Thursday, Sept.) :newspaper published in Starke, '
"Scary Crows" Cartoon and son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and I Florida for the next five consecutive 'I A nerve pressure thereforeI .
Chapter Xo. 9 Serial I 1 for 12 guests. Mrs. Kirby was Mrs. Charles Schneider and children I- |1 weeks. I can cause illness and removal -
How To Become also a dinner guest of Mrs. Sam Given under my hand and the I
j will arrive on Sunday from :seal of this court, this 8 day of of the nerve pressure restores :: A

MISS PAT LAMB I Very Popular Anderson, Mrs. Gordon Wads- I.Houston, Texas. September. 1955. 1 health.I .
worth of Hampton and Mrs. Turner Mr. and Mrs. Denver R. Dev- (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby, I I II

on Wednesday, Aug. 31 at the: .1 rick and family have moved back :By: Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.Clerk I I I Below is such a case. I _ _, ;I _

Thomas Hotel in Gainesville. I 9/16 5t 10/14 ___
in town from their homeon ... -
1 Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Bedford Lake. summer I NOTICE- OP-REDEMPTION" : ;i I Man, age 34, had headaches,' ii A

M. left last Friday for Bethlehem Mrs. W. D. Williams, Mrs. Hen- CITY OF STIItKK, FLORID% I i nervousness and tension in I II _
Notice i is ___ .
hereby given that I [neck and back. lie had
Don't Miss Pa., to spend ten days I rietta Hunt, Mrs. Titus Olson and J68.000.00 Utilities Revenue Certificates no I :
Our "Back ; I t
-to-School" .. of energy and felt decidely under _
with Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Mrs. L. attended the City of Starke Flori _
E. Matthews
ti Jr.Mrs. da, numbered from 13 to SO, both I!II par since -an auto accident.I e'r .
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the Methodist W. S. C. S. Semi- inclusive maturing in the years -
C. D. Williams. Mrs. W. in Interlachen 1958; to 1973, both inclusive have ; I
nar 'Cnder
on Tuesday. been and Chiropractic rare his
PHILC L. Blair Mrs. Titus Olson, Miss I I Steve Weldon returns to his prier redemption hereby on are May called 1, 1953.;; for i II j nerve pressure was removed I
Amy Coturn and Mrs. Lonnie On such date there will become I
classes at U. of F. on Monday and and he due and payable upon each and he speedily regained nor-
Harley attended the Wesleyan I I
plans to live on the campus this certificate go to be redeemed at mal health. ,
Service Guild Seminar at the the Office of the City Treasurer i in

I Church in Gainesville orunday. I year.Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Williams .IStarke.amount of Florida said certificates the principal to: I For further information re-I Wont to heat your home better

and daughter, Frances of Starke, ether such' date with and accrue4 interest I to I garding Chiropractic (' ,I at less cost with greater convenience .
TV a premium of $25.00(
Mrs. H. B. McLendon of Or 'Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Rogers and for each of said certificates. From ? Then in
come and let
Write Phone tell
ndo was in 'Starke Monday and I family of Gainesville and Mrs. and after said May 1. 1958 interest or TheBOLLINGER us you

SALEm as accompanied home by her J. F. Rogers of Jacksonville were thereon Dated will at Starke cease, Florida to accrue.this I 12 II I'; about Dearborn Area Heat!

Mrs. E. Matthews, who. in Broxton, Ga., Saturday and day of September, 1955. i

il1 spend some time in Orlando Sunday where they attended the Carl Johns, City Treasurer It 9/16 : ( CHIROPRACTIC I

fe* : =fMVWVWMC-*cumMM? ith Dr. and Mrs. McLendon. family reunion at the home of PRICED FROM 24.95 UP
!
.NOTICE TO APPEAR CLINIC
--fl- Mr. and Mrs. George T. Knowles.Mr. In Circuit Court Bradford Co.ut,. I I

____ CARD OF THANKS and Mrs. John Arthur To- Florida !. Chancery. :
Alber D. Crews, Plaintiff, vs. JCora I Starke, Fla.
,4iY I want to thank the voters of rode and Maj. and Mrs. L. W. H. Crews, Defendant.Case SLADE GAS CO.

p Starke for the consideration shown Hieatt and daughter, Paula, of Notice To AppearTo No. 10-1167 t Phone 108

Turns me in the race for city council, Dayton, Ohio went to Daytona : Nora H. Crews whose residence I- j I LADE ASSISTANT ,
% Beach Thursday to attend a Petroleum -; and address is. \Vaycross. Starke. Florida
last Tuesday. Although unsuccess- t
SRj9hf meeting and also sightseeing Georgia.You .,_,_,_.............._,_..p_,_ ,..
// full I will always work for thebest are hereby notified that a :
in South Florida. The Hi- :suit for ,
interest of Starke and Bradford Divorce
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21 eatts are visiting Mrs. Hieatt's .=
County. bas been filed against you In the
mother, Mrs.* Pauline Torode for above named Court and cause and
____ Ovid Lewis ten /ou are requlf.d to serve a copy of
days. -
your answer or pleading t') the com
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Durkeeof olalnt on the Pair! tiff. Attorney
CARD OF THANKSI
Lloyd Bas!!, 302 Clark Building
Swivelet Hollywood visited! Mrs. R. A. Jacksonville, Florida,

wish to sincerely thank each Thomas a few days this week. and file tne original in the office of -

Luxurious Mahogany of you for the wonderful vote Mr. and Mrs. Herb Thomas the Clerk of the Circuit C urt on
o before
4 r the 3 day of October. ,
finish Swivelet with self- ,you gave me in the race for City and daughter, Kathleen, moved J 1955; otherwise the allegations of

)evelingbrassfeetturnsfor Councilman. into the Alexander house on ;onfessed said Complaint by you.will be taken as ANOTHER NEWPhillips

easy viewing. Aluminized Sincerely, Church street on Thursday. This notice shall be published
PHI1CO 4).40) W. H. (Billy) NoegelMEPtlERffSMWS 1 Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith and once: each week for four consecutive
picture tube. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -
New Micro-Grid Tuner. I !family were at Salt Springs on I .
i. I Sunday visiting his parents, Mr. Dated this 26 day of August, 1955.
I(OFFICIAL.
SEAL Mianta A. DarD)
and Mrs. H. T. Smith. Clerk of the Circuit Court

t4 Mr and Mrs. W. L. Edwardsand 3y Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk 66I
tOV4 ... .. 1// 9/2 4t 9/23
.f Mrs. Leah Bunknight of
%jotS) ocjtG .,' IB Circuit Court, Bradford
Jacksonville and Mrs. Don Cornell Florida In Chancery. COUD.y,1

of Massillion, Ohio were Sunday Francis R. Wilson, Plaintiff, vs.
Mrs. W. A. Arthur Wilson, Defendant.
evening guests Of
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: ;- Case Xo. 10-1179
Struth and daughter, Kate. Order Of Publication And Notice To
----n I Appears State of Florida Tot SERVICE STATIONFARMER'S
Lee Pontenberg of Chicago, 111. I Arthur "'Uson, whose residence

was the overnight guest Monday 1 and address is: 1203 Tijeras N. E.,
Albuquerque X. M.
of his aunt, Mrs. Bess Burns, You
are required to
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, ..YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTTYYTTTYTT'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTT graduate of Florida Normal and' ust. A.D.. 1955.OFFICIAL I NOTICE TO APPEAR I II Earl W. Webster whose residence Bradford County. Florida, to-wit-: Case No. 10.1134itiotice
(Industrial Memorial College St. ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby U i Circuit Court Bradford County,I and address is: 2103 Elniwood Street I Lot 52 !n Woodlawn, Section ,I To AppearTo
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Clerk Florida IB Chancery. I Carwyn Illinois. | 11, Township Five, South, : Delores Ellis Cocco, whose
Augustine, holding the B. S. degree By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Walter W. Fry Plaintiff rs. I You are required to appear on I I Range 22 East. 'residence and address is: 3403 North
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy with a major in Elementary Ed- 8/2 5t; 9/30 ,Catherine Agnes Fry, Defendant I October 3. 1955 in the above named I You and each of you are here- ;Goodman Street, Philadelphia.
Case Xo. 10.1161 Court and cause, wherein plaintiff 'by notified that a Complaint has Pennsylvania.
ucation. She is currently teachingat NOTICE TO APPEAR Aotlr To AppearTo j seeks divorce. custody and controlof I been filed In the Circuit Court of < You are hereby notifies that a
Ozora Johnson, Editor Lawtey Training school in lieu IB Clrcalt Comet, Bradford County, : Catherine Agnes Fry, whose minor child.Bradford I Bradford County, Florida, in Chancery -isTiit" for divorce has been filed
Florida IB Ckaneerr residence and address Is: 341S 34th County Telegraph shall by R. K. Wheeler as Plaintiff against you in the above named
....AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.A.AAAAAAA.A.A.AAAAA..AAAAA.Cafetorlwn of E. Bumey, regular teacher of Edna C Gillhara. Plaintiff, TS. Lon Street, Astoria, Long Island, New !publish this Order in next four 'and against each of you as defen- :'Court and cause and you are re- !
the third grade. Principal Thomp C. Gillham Defendant. York. weekly issues. dants; that the nature of said suit Squired' to serve a copy of your answer -
Staff Case No. 10-1168 You are hereby notified that Witness hand and official seal Is to foreclose
trons and friends of the school. a my a certain mortgage I 'Pleading to the complainton
I .
I kins is a graduate of Florida A & Xotlce To AppearTo suit for divorce at Starke, Forida, this Auggust 31, Ion above described property and the Plaintiffs Attorney
;
According to Principal Eddie I This is a primary center and the M College, earned the B. S. degree : Lon C. Gillhara whose resi- has been filed against you In the 1955. I you are required to appear and Louis '1'. Ransom 519 Professional
dence and address Is: No. 75417-A, above named Court and cause and SEAL) Charles serve Fla.,
OFFICIAL A. oarby a of Jacksonville,
little folks will need a lot more I copy your Answer or j Building,
Thompkins a third person has been and recently was awarded the Federal Penitentiary, Atlanta Geor- [you are required to serve a copy of As Clerk of said Court. pleading on Plaintiffs attorney, A. ',and file the original in the office of
added to the Staff of the. R. J. E. strength and help from the adults. Master of Science in Education gia. your answer or pleading to the complaint By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I J. Thomas Jr., 203-205 Temple :the Clerk of the Circuit Court off or
School milk is being served to all You are hereby notified that A 1 on the Plaintiff's Attorney Erie L. Griffis. Holt Building, Mac- Avenue, Starke, Florida. and file i before the
Cafetorium. Inez Hightower joined I from Florida A &: M University.He mil for Gerald B. Hart, 202 Smith Building clenny, Florida. rile original Answer or Pleading in 10 day of October 1955;
children for 4c per half pint, not has served as teacher'of Agriculture Divorce and restoration of Jacksonville, Florida, Attys. for Pl!._ 94t 9/23 I the office of the Clerk of the Circuit -'I otherwise the allegations of tarn
the workers last Monday and maiden [and file the original in the office
more than 5c with a cookie. name Court on or before the 10th Complaint will taken as confessed
comes to the school with a rich and Industrial Arts in has been filed against you in the of the Clerk of the Circuit Court IB The Circuit Court Of Florida ,day of October A.D. 1955. If you :' by you.
Wateroak PTA will meet Mon St. Johns County and Levy Coun- above named Court and cause and !on 26 or day before of the Eighth Judicial Circuit In And i!fail to do so, judgment by default i I This notice shall be publishedonce
background in food handling. you are required to serve a copy flour September 1955; For Bradford Cenaty. (will be taken against you for the each week for tour consecutive
after each first Sunday
day night
otherwise '

:Manager Alma Jenkins and Charity ty and for the past six years has answer or pleading to the complaint Complaint the allegations of said IN RE: Petition of Jesse James relief demanded in the Complaint j I weeks in the Bradford County Tele.
according to Principal :M. served as the efficient principalof on the Plaintiffs Attorney by will be taken as confessed Ricks and Lucille Ricks. for I This notice shall be published graph.
Williams welcomed the much Roberts. The last meeting was Lloyd Bass, 302 Clark Building, This you.notice shall adoption of a minor. once each week for four consecu- ', Dated this 6 day of Sept., 1955.
school. be
seeded help of the new memberof RJE consolidated high Jacksonville, Florida )nce published NOTICE TO APPEARTo I tive weeks in the Etadford County (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby
each week for four r
postponed in favor of the church The couple spent a brief honey and file the original In the office of veeks in the Bradford consecutive : Henry George Wilhelm 1 Telegraph.I Clerk of the Circuit Court. ,
the staff. The students, facultyand program that is; being planned for the Labor week- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or raph. County Teie- whose residence and address is un I and ordered at Starke, FlorI By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
moon during Day before the I this
ida 7th
be known. day of September, 9,9 4t 9,30
congratulated Dated A.
this 24
parents arft to day of August, 1955.
Sunday all day. This is a primary end in the Tampa-Brooksville 3 day of October 1955: OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles You are hereby notified that a 'D., 1955.Official. .
and A. Darby
for the very fine support school center with teacher otherwise the allegations of said I Clerk has been filed in the above ( Seal) Charles A. Darby !
one of the petition
area. They will reside in Starke. Complaint will be taken Circuit Court. I In Tb Circuit Court Of Florida
cooperation they have given the as con- Jy Marian L. style court by Jesse James flicks Clerk Circuit Court Bradford
I handling grades 1-3. The. fessed by Crosby, Deputy Clerk : Eighth; Judicial Circuit, In AndFor I
parents this fine you County
to Florida.
new cafetorium. On Monday the Congratulations very This notice shall be publishedonce 8/26 4t 9/16 i and Lucille Ricks his wife, for the I Bradford County, SIn
and friends are urged to cooperate adoption of James Daniel Wilbelm.a 9194t8/30 Chancery
couple.On -- ii .
each week for four consecutive
pupils were served a delicious :;: minor by the petitioners, Jesse Plaintiff,
100 percent in the school program 14 Fred Goodman weeks in the Bradford County Tele- OT1CE ; APPEAR i I Mary Guarneri \s. Jos-
August Ricks .NOTICE
chicken dinner 25c witha James and Lucille Ricks, his TO APPEAK eph Guarneri Defendant
for only la
I this year. President Desu has to graph. Circuit Ceart. Bradford County, wife and to Iv Circuit Court
to Essie Mae Thomas I you are required servea Bradford County DIVORCE
spoke vows
and I Dated this 26 day cf August, 1955. Florida In .
glass of milk. All parents Chanter Florida In
of answer or objections Chancery.
copy I ORDER OF
your rVBLICVTIOV AND
work with RJE and Wateroakbut !of Savannah Ga. She is a mem- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby .Clyde Edington, I
Plaintiff !
friends are asked to come up 'I' vs. :Mary I|to show cause why said petition Pauline B. Speed. Plaintiff, vs. ::OTICE APPEAR
Clerk of the Circuit Court
is off to a very good start. ber of Palin Methodist Church [1 Edington, Defendant. :!should not be granted on petition-i Charles M. Speed, Defendant. To Joseph !last
Marian Clerk : Guarneri whore
L. Crosby, Deputy
By
day during the lunch periodsand Case No. 10-116S ,lers', I I
Z.
any attorney A. Adkins, Jr.1 Case xo. 10-11S4
She and her husband joined the 4t known address was that of 2331
there. are now residing on 9/2 9/2S Votlce To Appear.To '
They whose address is 3 I:'Sntl..e To
Southeast First Appear
I j
the ,
inspect the facilities of I South
Ewng Street Dallas, Texas,
PTA at RJE on last Wednesday : :Mary Edington. whose residence I I To
W. C. Powell's place, 1343 10th XOTICE TO APPEARCircuit Avenue Gaines-ville, Florida, and : Charles M. Speed, whose i or otherwise whose last known residence -
cafetorium. Manager Jenkins is night but will not fail to continueto and address is: Route 1, Mere-i:file the original in the office of1 residence and address is: 1937 "
native of "Starke.We Court Bradford County, dith I and mailing address being
St. Fred is a I Road Knoxville
asking all parents to let their Florida! In Chancery. Tennessee. I I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or .James Avenue, Montgomery: Ala. |unknown.You .
support the. Wateroak school welcome the new bride to our You are Hereby notified that a before the 10th day of October, 1955. You are hereby notified that a
children eat hot lunch in the largaret Lynch, Plaintiff vs. Vln- suit forDivorce I are hereby notified that there
suit forDivorce '
PTA. Many other parents from town and churches. ,lent: F. Lynch Defendant. I Herein fail not or a decree pro ; has been filed by Mary Guam,
schooL We able to confesso will be entered against: attornej's fees, and
are this community joined with President -' Case Xo. 10-109S has been filed against the ,plaintiff in the above styled court,
Church News you in you. j maintenance I
accommo-I Notlte To j a Bill of Complaint and
Appear against \
date the entire student above named Court ou
Royal at the last meeting. and cause and Witness my hand and the seal .has been filed against you In the I
New Bethel Baptist Church, To: Vincent F. Lynch, whose residence you are required to the relief prayed for therein is a
approximately WOo serve a copy Of of said court 4n Starke. LVadford ,i above, named Court and cause and
and address is: 1679 York divorce, A VIXCULO MATRIMONII,
the
We"congratulate parents that Rev. A. Vinson pastor, held regu- your answer or pleading to the com-i I County, Florida this 2 of you are required
day
Sep- to serve a ol
about 50 per cent eat hot lunch Avenue, New York, New York. plaint on the Plaintiffs copy from you Joseph Guarneri, the defendant -
have children in both schools and lar services Sunday. All members You are hereby notified that a Attorney,tember, 1955.Official your answer or pleading to the complaint -I in this case.
Lloyd Bass, 302
daily. All parents who have a sur- Clark Building. ( Seal) Charles A. DarbY on the Plaintiff's Attorney
to each suit for divorce This is therefore to command yi u
plus amount of vegetables that are striving support or- were glad to welcome back the has been filed against you in the 'and Jacksonville tile the Florida, I| As Clerk of said Circuit Court. Joseph K. Skipper, 221 Florida to file your written defense in said
original In the
ganization. pastor who had been on a much- above named Court and cause and of the Clerk of office I By: Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Title Building, Jacksonville 2,1'cause on or before 26th September. -
the Circuit
they wish to share with the school Court ODor 9/9 4t 9/30 Florida
are required to seive a of i 1955;
you copy I filing the original in my
Thurston school I 15th anniversary before the 3 day of October,
Elementary needed vacation. The the 1955; and file the original in the office of I
\\ill. be greatly appreciated. Cabbage your answer or pleading to complaint i otherwise the I office and sending a copy thereinto
PTA will meet on Monday night I of the church started on on the Plaintiffs Attorney Complaint will be allegations of said I In The Circuit Court Of Florida. j the Clerk of the Circuit Court onl Samuel W. Getzen, plaintiff's ,
collards, peas, potatoes,, Samuel W. Getzen, P. O. Box 81, taken as confessed or before the 10 day of October
The I by Eighth Judicial Circuit, In And !attorney, Post Office Box SI, Gainesville I
in each week.
onions or kinds of vegetables after the third Sunday .:Monday night of this Gainesville Florida you. for Bradford Counl,.. I 1955; otherwise the allegations of I Florida. Upon failure to comply .
any and file the original In the office of This notice rttit t>i publishedonce said Complaint will be taken.
month. On Sept. 19 Principal !entire program was announcedlast In Chancery. con- with this Order a Decree Pro
each week for four
will be accepted. You will be give the Clerk\ of the Circuit Court on consecutive Case Xo. 10-1193 fessed by you. Confesso will be entered againstyou
Price will be. on hand to greet all week. Come out-each night weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
or before the This notice shall be
en credit tor'these donations by I: K. Wheeler, Plaintiff, vs. J. J. publishedonce according to law and this case
patrons and friends. Don't miss for inspirational services by the 26 day of September 1955; raph. Knight, et al., Defendants.! each week for four consecutive will then continue in process Ex
the manager and the. principalon I otherwise the allegations of said Dated this 26 day of August, 1955. Order of Publication And totlce to weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph Parte. .
the monthly report to Tallahassee. this important meeting. 'sister churches of Starke and vi- Complaint will be taken as confessed (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby Appear The State of Florida This notice shall be published in
RJE high school PTA had its cinity. by you. Clerk of the Circuit Court To: J. J. Knight, whose address Dated this 1 day of Sept., 1955. the Bradford County Telegraph. a 1
We have noticed that the per- This notice shall be publishedonce By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. Is 1310 Linden Avenue Baltimore (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles Darby newspaper published in Bradford
sons who eat hot lunch seem to first meeting of the school yearon : Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church, each week for four consecu. 9/2 4t 9/23 17, Maryland DeWitt C. Jones, as Clerk of the Circuit County, Starke, Florida for the next
Groover will tive weeks in the Bradford County Administrator I By: Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk five consecutive
Wednesday, Sept. 7 at 8 p. m. Rev. John pastor, of the Estate! of Ed. weeks.
be getting fatter. The homeroom Telegraph. In Circuit Court. Bradford County na M. Knight, deceased, whose address 9/9 41 9/30 Given under my hand and Seal of _

teachers plan to cooperate with President Sophia Royal conductedthe have a Women's Day program Dated this 19th day of August, Floridai la Chancery.Myra Is 545 N. E. 10th Avenue, this Court, this 19 day of August I
meeting. Several members of Sunday morning and night. The 1955. I Webster, Plaintiff TS. Earl W. Gainest Hie, Florida and to all other XOTICE TO APPEAR A.D. 1955.OFFICIAL. ,
the cafetorium staff OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Webster,
by weighing Defendant.Case persons claiming right, IB Circuit Court, Bradford County ( SEAL) Charles
title, A.
any Darby
the morning
consolidated speaker for Clerk of the Circuit Court No. 10-1180
the the
guest
system joined Florida In
all] the students and following-up lien or interest In or to the following Chancery. Clerk
I By Yvonne I!. Norman Dep. Clerk Order Of Publication I
The And :Xotlce To I
RJE PTA. S will be Mother Sophia Royal described property situate in Anthony J. Cocco, Plaintiff, vs. Dy Yvonne H. Norman D. C.
each month to if have increased 4t
see. they be Professor 8/26 9/16 Appear State of Florida Tot Dolores Ellis Cocco Defendants. */ St 9/23 I
in weight The food is All families who have not paid I evening speaker will -

well balanced their $1 for the purpose of make Bettie L. Home. We are sure ., .,, .
with a menu ..
planned .. w""vo ': :"" .
:
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containing the proper amount of ing monthly payments on the that you will enjoy each speaker. f r.5 j, ..''*' ,i.i.; :" ,: : ..:'< ....::,::.: .' : .. :!;.!{.,...':.>..:.::j.::'.:;.m...
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RJE girls will not appear on this : .. ,. .. .....
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calories each day for the growing piano are urged to do so as soon : : ( I

school child. We seriously urge ;as possible.If program but are planning to participate \. / v f ::1.f .

complete cooperation of all par- .you really want to know and on another special pro- /. 7 J i
at Al- > ,
ents in the school lunch program. :learn about the school's program gram on the fourth Sunday r .

Pr.Hobby: Club Chit-Chat which involves your children, len Chapel as a "farewell gesture" t .' \,

The PTA of Hampton Training I come out to PTA regularly. Start to Rev. Groover. Confer- .,: .
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Tuesday : ,
will convene on .t.tw '
planning now to attend the next ence : r!i" '.X:' I
school will meet on the second and ] ::>( .

fourth Tuesday of each month as I meeting which will be the first night after the first Sunday in ,: *"" i. 0 ,

scheduled last year, according to 'Wednesday night in October at 8 October. All the captains for Wom ,
en's asked to make a .:,, '
Principal Taylor. The first grade 1 p. m. Sophia Royal, President; Day are ..: : -

children are very proud of the ]Pauling Narshall, Secretary:Henry round report by the end of the day .. .f}:.... ,

, new seats recently sent to the 1 Bryant Treasurer; and Frances Sunday.Mt. .< :t:;.; .. eo

school by Principal Thompkins Jenkins, Report Moriah Methodist Church V, :.. ..' :;:. f.tdi:: ., The chief chemist of The Coca-Cola

from RJE. The children have been J Marriage AnnouncementsMrs. Rev. D.V.. Demps pastor, will ><;::..1:" Company is in charge of quality control.

planting flowers around the frontof Julia Whitley of Lawtey, have Church School on Sunday ... '%ii :t He determines rules and procedures in the ,

the school and are doing much I announces the marriage of her morning at 9:30: a. m. with Supt.W. -. 4v 'T'i ? r 1' production of Coca-Cola. /
The president
Brooks in charge.
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toward the school beautification j laughter. Ernestine, to Professor .
of Choir No.1, Ida :Mae e/ j
program started by the Hobby ]Eddie Thompkins recently in a > F

Club last term. Principal Tayloris j ijuiet but impressive ceremony.Ernestine Smith, wishes to invite the the Poplin publicto ,,,,,,.i ,, ,

asking the. support of all pa ] Thompkins is a recent tl dedication of -- "
Choir Robes. Special song service :; '-

will be led by the. president and 'ring

I members. puiiltj
[ Pleasant Grove Methodist Church, b qou t

Rev. D. W. Demp3 pastor, will

TV ServiceAll hold ,Women's Day on Sunday,

Sept. 18. Sunday School at the ,

usual hour. Catherine Dell and ',' ,. S '. .., 1

Miriam Tyson are serving as
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chairman for the programs. At k
Work Guaranteed Free Estimates I
11 a. m. song service will be rendered Sixty-eight years ago, an ambitious pharmacist in Atlanta,

Fully Equipped'Dependable by the. senior chorus with .. % Georgia, blended delicate flavors from nine sunny climes to 'f"4

Sister Maybelle Estella Roberts in ': ',' .. .q create a distinct new drink-Coca-Cola. It was one man's JJ Q

All Makes and Models charge. by The Sister address Beatrice will be DeSue.At delivered -. :', .,:. :. : ".:> 4 I idea. one man'slabor. "frf '


1:30 p. m. dinner will be serv- In the beginning, the amount of Coca-Cola needed to satisfy 9 9k
ed the church grounds. At 3 .
CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV p. m.on Sister Ida Mae Smith will early customers was small. The pharmacist had ample time to .

preside.? The guest speaker, Su- control the quality of the new beverage. himself dispensed, 'it'eJI l''

[ Ozora Johnson, will be it to his
Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone pervisor ,, ; patrons. Water is treated in coagulating tanks
Sister Leona Royal. ,
introduced by a,' j '
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239 -Starke, Fla.APPROVED The evening service will begin at '4 1' I \ But news of the delicious drink spread to other stores and to control alkalinity and acidity as

7 p. m. with the featuring of the S., other cities, to other states and other lands. Hundreds, then well as purity Modern filtration .

Spiritual Echoes. A very fine 1 processes remove any solids present'
rich I f thousands, and then millions learned to pause and refresh
group of Gospel singers. A ., and elements *hich affect taste.Chemists .
o. __ has been planned for all with ice-cold Coca.Cola.
4 program S :
o. day. The members, general public .
and well wishers are invitedto As growth took place, the lone pharmacist gave way to trained 1
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/ ENGINEERED attend. S chemists and engineers from the halls of science-for it has

: ever been a guiding principle of the business that the quality : .

FACTORY 'r FACTORY In For Eighth The Bradford Circuit Judlcal County Court Circuit.,Of la No.Florida Chancery In 10-1178 And :, : :' of Coca-Cola must be constantly safeguarded and maintained. /ftij.\, 0( 1


SERVICE W PARTS Angelo Ralph Demita, Plaintiff, vs. V' That very principle in turn accelerated growth. The gas-lit Ehd: t \fr' J' .
Defendant.
Maria Demita IHVORCE "' < laboratory was succeeded by white-tiled rooms where test and 1 ""lit. 1 ,;
'ndotlt'e:: To
Order Appear Of Publication Tot .::; -S analysis quietly went their way. Stainless steel routed wood i..1

Washing, Painting, Repairing, Reconditioning I Maria De lita, Via Tofaro 14, ., > I
I whose last address 'S.-' and iron. Water, which varies so much from one community
or
Italy. I
Avellino ..
Wrecker Service and mailing address being un- Y....;.
known. Sv to another, was moulded to a uniform standard of quality. tJ& fr t1. "'7-

You are hereby notified that there
has been filed by Angelo Ralph De ; ea.t& In order to protect the delicate flavors of the product, the
IGNITION Mita. Plaintiff, in the above styled
BRAKE TIRES
Court a Bill of Complaint againstyou .:' water used in Coca-Cola must be not only pure but also in syrup plants make continuous j
TESTING AND STARTER and the relief therein prayed '. tests of ingredients for taste
,
V1XCULO MATR1MON1I. ... neutral the Here in
for is a divorce, A to taste. our bottling plant we treat water '
BRAKE TUBES GENERATOR from you :Maria DeMita :<.. : strength andpurty so as to maintain.constant
LINING the defendant in this cause. : with modern filtration processes. The flow to the bottlingmachines
SALES BATTERIES This Is therefore to command you S S:.::;< ':5ts levels of refreshing qualities -
FENDER written defense in said 'S is a clear, pure liquid.Today t tJ
to file your in Coca-Cola. Each
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1955 filing f: i' syrup plant
REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICAL |cause on or before Oat. 10 '
the original in my office. and 1 The Coca-Cola and has its own trained cMmists.W' .
BODY WORK SERVICE SERVICE sending a copy thereof to Samuel .. :.; :.. Company every Coca-Cola bottling

W. ,Getzen.Post Office attorney Pox SI for, Gainesville the plaintiff } :, .:,::: f a plant are staffed with experts in quality control, in production,

Lubrication Service Florida. Upon failure to comply .;- );; q and in the training of employees to safeguard quality and
Complete with this Order a Decree Pro Con- .;::'
fesso will be entered against willI you .:'tiJ.J":: '"'' purity. They all work toward a single objective: to bring you'
to law and this case '
according
DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS then continue in process Ex Farte. ""v delicious and refreshing Coca-Cola in every bottlewholesome ",

Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks i I Bradford this notice County shall, in be the published Bradford in to drink and pure as sunlight.Production / .\

I County Telegraph, a newspaper '
I published in Starke. Florida, for the
We Can Arrange Financing On :Major Repairs next five consecutive weeks. ,
Given under my hand and Seal
I[of this Court this 31 day of Aug.7otoOS -

HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. -



600 Temple Ave. Phone 69 I : '

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Laboratories make frequent visits to
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motion on the latest refinements in operation ,

and production and the technical
assistance

MARION FINANCE COMPANY INC. 10 apply them. \

men from bottling plants across f

the nation attend classes at The Coca-Cola

P. O. Box 446 GAINESVILLE I Company offices Regulations procedures YOU ARE INVITED to visit our bottling

in quality control are stressed in these (
kctures. 1_. ,: plant. Why not arrange to drop in huh the
218 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE I ;
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children and
PHONE FR-6-5333 COLLECT r see for yourself why Coca-Cola

comes to you pure as sunlight. Call
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FRIDAY SEPTVIBER,16. 1955 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
.- PAGE SEVEN
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6:15: p. m. Worship service for 20 in the high school cafeteria. I la
Caaaeery Comolalnt will > MYF groups 6:45: p. m. Evening j There will be a covered dish sup- Francisco Mancilla[ Plaintiff vs. by yon of minor children '
Worship 7:30 p. JH. Rev. E. A.II per at 7 o'clock. Anyone. wanting Maria O. Mancilla, Defendant. This notice shall bt published nas been filed against you In the .
GRAHAMSirs. DIVORCE once each week for four consecutiveweeks above ',
named Court and cause and;
Sommer will tell of his shipwreck I. transportation, contact Mrs. H. ORDER OF PCBUCITIOX in the Bradford County Tele .you are required to serve a copy o! [
J CHURCHES'HiWay experience during World War Ion |W. Wait. I :NOTICE TO APPEIR graph. ,your answer or pleading to the complaint !
To Maria O. :! ,
: Mancilla whose last
> Dated this 17 of the Plaintiffs
day August 1955 on Attorney
the coast of South Africa. It Katherine Harrell and Polly John McKinneytAAWAAAAAAAAAAAUiWWu :known address was that of Malaga. I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daro II Samuel W. Getzen, P. O. Box St,
you want to hear a thrilling ex- Wait attended a hamburger fry {(Spain, or otherwse whose last known Clerk of the Circuit Court ;I Gainesville, Florida ,
perience come and hear this al the 'home of Joann Slade in I be-ing By Yvonne H. Norman Dep. Clark land:I file the original in the office of .
I Starke Engagement Announced You are hereby notified that 8/26 it 9/16 I; the Clerk of the Circuit Court oa ;
story. Friday. there has been filed by Francisco lor before the 26 day of September, :
Chapel At The TabernacleMembers Monday 7:30 p. m.Methodist The Brooker Garden Club met at Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wynn of Mancilla, plaintiff in the ''above NOTICE TO APPEAR I 1955; otherwise the allegations of 1 l
'the Graham announce the marriage of styled court a Bill of Complaint said Complaint will be taken u !i
Assembly of God Men's Community Center Monday Circuit Coart. Bradford County,
I supper at recreation hall. against you and therelief prayed ,confessed by you. Ii i
of the Tuesday night Tuesday 9:30 a. M.WSCS :night, Sept. 12* for its executive their daughter, Pat to Allen for therein Is a divorce A \"IXCL"LO Helen Florida Bourlett.la Chancery Plaintiff vs. James i This notice shall he published t t
Sunday School 10 a. m. A class Ward of Mrs. Annie Ward of MATRIMOXII, from you Mara once each week for five consecutive !I
Bible Study Group of the Gospel Prayer Group.Wednesday i meeting. Mrs. H. W. Wait, 2n dWaldo. son O. Mancilla, the defendant in Bourlett, DefendantCase weeks In the Bradford County
'and qualified teachers for every Tabernacle, have been much interested Children's Story,'vice president, presided in the They are now staying with; this cause. Votlee To AppearTo No. W- H9 Telegraph. j I I
age. Morning Worship 11 a. m. in gathering information Hour, 3:30 absence of Mrs. Bill I:Pat's parents in Graham and This is therefore to command you Dated this IS day of August. 1955. j
: Bigham. James
Junior : Bourlett,
m. Choir
p. to file your written defense in whose residence -
said
I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Evangelistic Service, 7:30 p. m. about outstanding Old Testament practice 3:30: p. m. Bible Study!Plans.for the new year were discussed -(I plan to move to Gainesville soon. cause on or before 26th, September, and last address is: 1645 Clerk of the Circuit Court |i

Wed., 10 a. m., Woman's Mis characters. This week the themeis and Prayer, 7:30, p. m. and final arrangementsmade j'Allen is employed at the hosiery and 1955,sending filing the a copy original thereof in my to office Samuel Cornelia or is otherwise Street Prooklyn Unknown.New York |,By Yvonne H. Norman Dep. Clerk t!Ii

sionary Council meeting. the 12 Patriarchs. Many valuable Thursday Youth Choir for the installation of officers I mill in Gainesville. W. Getzen,, plaintiffs attorney.- You are hereby notified that a +j i i, 826"I 5t 9 23 i
Thur., 7:30 p. m., MidWeekpreaching : and informative items are rehearsal and a covered dish Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Weathering- Post Office Box 81, Gainesville, suit for I
6:30 Chancel supperon Florida. Upon failure
m.
p. Choir to comply
service. brought out as each one reportson rehearsal, 7:30 Friday night, Sept. 16. |ton of Lutz were weekend guestsof with this Order a Decree Pro Con- !
Children's Story and Recrea his or her assignment. Those p. m. Present at the executive meetingwere II I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. fesso will be entered against you I

tion Hour, Saturday 3 p. m. interested in Bible study are in-I 'tVYYYYYYYYYYYYYYgyyyyyyiHAMPTON Mrs. G. E. Green, Mrs. T. W. John McKinney. then according continue to law In process and this, Ex case Parte.will

vited to attend and participate, Markey, Mrs. Howard Wait, Mrs. M. T. Donovan recently returned the This Bradford notice County shall be Telegraph published, in PLAN TO ATTEND

Presbyterian Church when not otherwise engaged on !Frank Tomlinson, Mrs. Ernest Ed to his home in New. York. newspaper published in Bradford a i

Tuesday evening. wards, Mrs. Rosa Pinholster, Mrs. Mrs. Lizzie Hines has been herewith County next five, Starke consecutive Florida weeks.for the

Saturday 3 p. m., Adult Choir i Sunday morning a member of I H. C. Douglas, and Mrs. E. B. her son and daughter-in-law, Given under my hand and Seal of
practice. the Gideon Camp occupied the pul By Mrs.! D. E. HillAAAAAAAAAAaAAAAaAAAAAAAA I Castlen. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hines. She I AD.this,Court 1955.OFFICIAL., this 19. day of August

Sunday School 9:45: a. m. :Morn pit. The morning offering was I Training Union Party. seems to be Improving somewhat. ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby
presented to the Gideons to assist 'I Mrs. John McKinney spent last Clerk
ing Worship 11 a. m., "How Can Members of the Young People's'Training By Yvonne H.
We Serve God Better?" Senior in purchasing Bibles for distribution Mr. and C. C. Conner are visiting -j Union Class of Dedan):i I Friday with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Xorman./2S 5t D. r.9/23 GospelMeeting

Youth Fellowship 6 p. m. First in schools motels, etc. relatives in Tennessee* and Baptist Church were entertained]1 Jack Wynn. '
Kentucky. I Mrs. A. J. Dryden had as Sunday NOTICE TO APPEAR
Methodist Church. Evening Wor I with an outdoor party at the home i I i I. Clrrult Court Bradford Canary
ship 7:30: p. m., "A Christian's Methodist Church Ray Brookins of Ft. Jackson, of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett: j j: guests her son, Leon, and son- Florida la Chancery
Sacrifice." S. C., is home with his parents, last in-law, Perry Newsome, both ofj::Marion\ O. Ford, Plaintiff. vs. Char-
Saturday night Outdoor I lotte Y. Ford Defendant.
Tues., Thur.Annual meetingof Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Morn- Mr. and Mrs. Orville Brookins, on games were played followed by I Jacksonville. I Case No. 10-1132;;
a 10-day furlough. 'I'' I! Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton Notice To Appear
Synod of Florida First Pres ing Worship 11 a. m., "The Un I refreshments for the 15 young To: Charlotte Y. Ford whose
byterian Church. Orlando. veiling of The. Redeeming Love of Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen people: who attended. .of Orlando have been visiting Mrs. ]residence and address [is: Princess
.
Wed. 7:30 p. m., Prayer Meeting 'God by Jesus Christ." Rev. E. A. visited Sunday in Alachua. 'I j Mrs. W. T. Blair has just returned Melton's parents Mr. and :Mrs.,j Anne, Maryland.You are hereby. notified that a

and 4th study 'in "You Can Sommer, father of the minister., The Rev. James Sims of from a week's visit with t;Berry Dyal, for the past two suit for divorce

Witness," led by W T. Jackson., will, bring the message. I Gainesville, an English instructor+j her daughters Miss Jean Blair'j weeks. has above been named filed Court against and you cause In and the

Thur., 3:30: p. m., Junior Choir Directed recreational activity ,at the University of Florida, con II.and Mrs. Bryan Cromwell and'I Sunday guests of Mrs. Kate you are required to serve a copy of

practice. Men of the Church supper by Harry Green, 5:30 p. m. Sup- ,ducted prayer meeting services .family of Jacksonville. i Starling were her son-in-law and your implaint answer on the or Plaintiff'pleading.Attorney to the

7 p. m. per for Intermediates and Seniors, Wednesday night at Hampton) Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis and I I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Law William D. Morgan 507 Clark
I I'Ortagas of Jacksonville, -her Building:, Jacksonville, Fla.
Baptist Church. Wilkinson
Edgar children were overnight guests of and file the original In! the office
.. 7. ...- pastor of Faith Baptist Church in Mr. and Mrs. Jake Keen and I grandson, Lamar [Starling, and of or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on
Lawtey, will preach for both services I i her son and daughter-in-law Mr. 26
family of Tampa last Saturday.Rev. I day of September, 1955;
I
Hear Edgar Wilkerson In Both Services and Mrs. Earl Starling of Gaines otherwise the allegations
of
Sunday, September 18, while and Mrs. C. B. Stallings I I ,Complaint will be taken sa4!
the pastor, Rev. Marvin Faile, is have returned from a week's ville.Colin by you. as confessed

First Baptist Church Hampton conducting revival services in the I cation. Most of this time was va M. Ratliff of Gainesvillewas 'I once This each notice week shall for four be consecutive published Church of

[Lawtey church. spent with Mrs. Stallings' sister, a weekend guest o his parents weeks In the BRADFORD COUNTY
Mrs. D.V.. Moore of Starkewas Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff. TELEGRAPH. :
who Is very ill in Chattanooga, Dated this 17
day of
August 1955.;;
Sunday School10 A.M. a weekend visitor in Hampton -Term. I Wilton Starling !visiting his (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

with her sister Mrs. T., F I Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Layfieldand I mother in Jacksonville. By Yvonne Clerk H.of Norman the Circuit, Dep. Court Clerk '
Training Union 7 P.M. Brown. Saturday visitors of Mrs. children of Gainesville visited; Mr. end Mrs. John Moody and 8726 4t 9/16'

Brown's-were Mr. and Mrs. B. Q. Mrs. John Surrency visited Mrs.was -
Dir. and Mrs. N. C. Mott last Sun .
"Hour of Power" Waddell and daughter, Jeanette, day a weekend guest of his par- ,. la Circuit NOTICE Court TO Bradford APPEAR Coar.tr Christ10TH

[of Wahasso enroute to Tallahassee -I Recent Lawtey Sunday. Florida la Ckaaoery.
of Mr.
guests and Mrs.
Wed. 8 P.M. = j where Jeanette will enter Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Surrencyand Charles G. Sprague, Plaintiff, vs.
G. W. Davis were Mr. and Mrs. Patricia J. Sprague Defendant.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Imler of
Florida State University. Case No.
L. Z. Williams 10-1151
MABYIX FAILE, Pastor Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cox are II Dundee Mrs. Charlie and George family, Mr.of Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs.John Notice' To: Patricia T* Appears J. Sprague whose AND McMAHON
I visiting in Miami with their Surrency last Saturday. residence and address
is
t r and Mrs. B. J. Waters of .Gains 360, : c/o Pox
Sackets
t Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Starling Harbor New York.
daughter Mrs. E. B. Goodson and I
.ville, and Mrs. G. W Carlton of You are hereby notified that a
their son, C. A. Cox; Jr. While Fayetteville N. C. i of Gainesville were guests last nit for
there, they celebrated their fifti Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Divorce
Tom Stewart was in Lake City hoe oeen filed against you ta the 25th
eth weddding anniversary, Sun Sunday visiting his sister who j Starling.Rev. above named Court,and cause and Sept. Oct. 2nd
day, Sept. 11. V. K. Wade and family of you are required to serve a copy of
is ill. I your answer or
very pleading to the
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Wilson May of Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. complaint on the Plaintiff
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clark and Attorney J. Donald
Gainesville were Sunday visitor j(John Moody over the weekend. Smith Gibson 100
children Building, Jacksonville
of Lake Fla.
City visited Mr.
in Hampton with their parents I and file toe original In the office of
STARKE FLA. 7:30 P. M.
Mrs. Minnie Marcionny and Mrand nand I Mrs. Dennis Hodge last 3atiurday. the Clerk of tae Circuit Court on
or before the ,
| Mrs. H. D. NOTICE 'TO APPEAR 26
May. day of September 1)55;;
| Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Dukes and !. Cirralt C.mrt ,Braafard. Coaaty.FforUat 5 day of September, 1955 ;
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor Sunday visitors at the home ofMr. la Caaaeery. otherwise the ;
daughter of Lake allegations of laid
and Mrs. Avory Slade were Butler were Coley Scott Nelson. Plaintiff v 3.
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown and Sunday guests of Mrs. Dukes' parents Ethel Lee Nelson a/k/a Ethel Lee

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 family of New River, Mrs. C. M. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Russ. Nelvln, Defendant.Case No. 10-1153 PEST CONTROL .
Greene Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Tetstone and Notice T.Appear
Mrs. Mary Mosley and I To.*- Ethel Lee Nelson a/k/a Ethel
son of Jacksonville "And shall know the truth and the
Mrs. Joe. Lucas and children of were overnight Lee Nelvin, whose residence and ye ,
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. Maxville.Mr. guests Saturday of Mrs. Ruby address is: c/o Ohio State Prisonfor TERMITESALL

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. and Mrs. J.V.. Home, and Allen. You Women are -hereby hlarer'llle notified, Ohio. that a. TYPES OF "
James Home The V. V. Hazens of Star k0 suit forDivorce. GROVE SPRAYINGFlorida truth shall make you free. John 8:32
were FernandinaBeach
Midweek Service Wednesday 8:00 P.M. Care Custody and Control
visitors Thursday of last l'|were visiting the J. H. Sowells I of minor children Pest Control'
week. last Friday. has been filed against you In the
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at I. above named Court and cause and .
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. Visitors last week of the W. A. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hazen of you are required to serve a copy of & Chemical Co.
Saxons were Mr. and Mrs. ,Joe B. Gainesville visited Miss Lubedia your complaint answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading to the Phone Franklin 6-6035 COME AND BRING A FRIEND

Oliver of Ft. Lauderdale and Mr.. .Pinholster last Sunday. I:Attorney Alfred C. Scott 106 Smith 24 N. W. 16th Ave.
and Mrs. The Harley Shaws Building Jacksonville Florida
J. T. Blanton and children attended
: Gainesville
and file the original In the office Fla.
of Tampa. -I church services at Little Springs I:o f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Call for estimate
Miss Shirley Barker and last Sunday. I or before the =
28 day of September, 1955;
-
hur: Ramsey of Gainesville Ar-I' Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Russ
of
I otherwise the allegations of said -. .
+ weekend 'visitors at the home Hampton were overnight guests of :Complaint by xpu.will be taken. as confessed '- -" .. -. -.-. .. ".' .. .:.__.-_ _'._''i .. .' _, '.. -__ :. .: ..:'.-_' --- ; :.--- ':
Mr. and Mrs. Madison Lee. 'Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Russ Mast This notice shall be published

HUNDREDSof Mr. and Mrs. Emory Brown. .Saturday. nce each week for four consecutive
I. weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
OH
Mrs. T. F. Brown and Frank] -Those from here who attended I graph.

details Brown went on a fishing trip to,the Crosby reunion at Lowry Dated this 25 day of August lisa.! Stove RoundUp
managed and economically
are Cedar Key (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Saturday.Mr. Park Tampa last
Sunday were Clerk of the Circuit Court
attended that only a trained and and Mrs. Casper Sapp and :Mr. and Mrs. Eugene.Crosby, Mr. ,:By Yvonne H. Norman, Dep. Clerk

careful organization can attend when family have moved from Ham p :and Mrs. G. W. Davis and children I. 8/26 4t '/16la AT GAS

the urgent need for serving is at I ton to Starke and Mrs. John :Mrs. Sam Mott, and Mrs. H. P. The Circuit Court Of Florida I
Judicial Circuit, la Aad
Eighth
hand. Blackmon has moved < SLADE
into
the Gainey. For Bradford County,
house vacated by the Sapps. The R. C. Howard family of COMPANY

DeWITT Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Barnes;,.;Jacksonville were overnight guestsof
C. JONESPhone
who have been living in Starke recently I Mrs. Howard's parents, Mr. .

7 Starke, Fla. moved back to Hampton I and Mrs. Eugene Crosby, last Sat-
.. ...w-1 last week. 1 urday. \, I Now Open
BRINGS ONCE A YEAR BARGAINSON
I
Funeral Director Mrs. Wilson Russ children -
and
Ambulance Service VWWVWWWlBROOKER.. .. .. ..
. . .-.-.-. -. ----,-----
ww. .TTVVV'I
spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. SMITTY'SDARBER
Out local funeral home enable u to offer
convenience. an* Oscar Waters. I'

services not otherwise available. : Among those visiting Mr. and! HARDWICK AUTOMATIC GAS RANGES

# I' Mrs. A. I. Mann last Sunday were SHOPCourt
## # ]Mrs. John Freeman and
W. furnish the .&.&.&& I children, Street TURN KNOB OVEN LIGHTS AUTOMATICALLY
highest type cenrtc at lowest prices and &AAAAAA.&U .&A A .a. and Mrs. Tim Mann of Gainesville, Opposite

accept AM life insurance policy In force, Issued by ANT Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal and Air and Mrs. Lacy Conway, Rev. Court House

company, u payment In pan or In full on a fuaeraL son spent Sunday at Salt Springs I:and Mrs. L. G. Hemingway of 0

Consultation carries no obligation. and Ocala National Forest. :Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. John YOUR PATRONAGE

1# # J W. E. Bigham and daughterswere I Shaw of LaCrosse. WILL BE GREATLY PEAK TRADESDuring

weekend guests of Mr. and Claude Prescott of Jacksonville APPRECIATED v
-- --- I Mrs. J. H. Whittles of Jacksonville "spent the weekend with his mother \ ..
: I soo.
.
Mrs. Doshia Prescott. '

L. C. Kelley has returned from I T. B. Pinholster attended the D. H. SMITH

|a vacation trip in Mexico. sing at North Central Baptist OLD STOVE

Another/e47 First by FORD Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal were i,Church last Sunday afternoon. Owner & Operator I''
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mc-' Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jones ROUND-UP
David son of Gainesville .- -- ,-- -
r*"* in Gainesville recently. I sand and Mr.
&uM&rtMM tM :Mr. and Mrs. Sparks of and Mrs. Jack Jones of Gainesville i
Gainesville -! visited Mr. and -.-- .. ..-. -- Gives You A Chance
Mrs.
I were weekend guests of Mr., Robert
and Mrs. L. L. Dyal. I I Jones last Sunday. Wash Your Clothes cep To Own A Glamorous
Mr. 1st Sgt. and Mrs.
and Mrs. M. M. Gano and Robert C.

girl from St. Augustine, and Mr.)'Long and daughter, Billie Ann 9 Pounds k----- New Hardwick
and :Mrs. O. F. Gano of Sw 'and grandson Robert, of Colum-

j C 'Lake were Sunday guests of Mr.anus. Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. For 40c! r At ABargain

'",-, and Mrs. R. F. Gano. (Long t and daughter, Martha, of

.... .. I Mrs. A. L. Green, Joe, and Annette :.the State Farm were Sunday visi FREE Bleach If Desired! Price
were, in Gainesville i tors of the G. B. Colsons. 6
UI, .....< ', ,. Ii I Saturday. I i
( '" Mrs. L. L. + Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson and
Dyal, Mrs. Mattie That We Can Offer You
.<.i 1.,, : ;.. :, v .fj} I jSowells, and Mrs. S. M. Mott were:\i iI 1 I children of Starke enjoyed a pea'nut We Will 1 r
I II ''
New I lira Starke on business recently. boiling at the J. K. Douglas ; But Once A Year
1 I Leslie Green and daughter Annette I home last Friday night. Dry Your Clothes

/f WMt were in Jax on business I The Bill Parrish family of

I Thursday. I Gainesville were weekend guests For 20cIn 7/ 1 $50 TRADE-IN
We of the Norman Parrishes.
I are happy to report that II New Automatic Driers!
DOOR Mrs. W. M. Lawhon is improving. Mrs. Eva Harrell has returned

We are sorry to report that',after spending several days with I Regardless of Condition

Mrs. Dave Green is ill and is in !II her son-in-law and dauughter, Mr. ,

LOCKSSafety the Alachua General Hospital. j I and Mrs. M. L. Norman of Heil- The Washeteria ,, Of Old Range
I
Dr. W. H. Clemons of Miami bronnT

i was the weekend guest of Mr. and I Mrs. Grady Kelly of Gainesville
i.
research has determined that in
,Mrs. R. H. Green. was visiting the G. B. Colsons Temple Ave. Star ke '
event of an accident, your chance of receiv- I
:
We are happy to last Saturday.

stay ing a inside serious the injury car. is half as great if you Mrs.after G. A. Gay is doing report nicely that ---'. '-.' .. ---' UP TO $100 TRADE-IN ON GAS RANGESIN

undergoing surgery at th e-

Ford's new double-grip Lifeguard door Doctor's Hospital at Starke. That's( Our Business
:Mrs. Alia Mae Hamilton and GOOD CONDITION
locals give added GLJSS
springing protection against doors Mrs. Florie Hamilton of Braden- ,, If I I Glass We Have It!
open under impact-to help ton It'sC
keep returned
Sunday after a week's 4
you safer within the car. 'visit with the Hamilton. II ,ILL WRITE or VISIT


You'll be Safer in a '56 FORDFA11 Wait son Mr., Craig of and Brooker, Mrs.:Mr., and and L. L.Mr.Mrs.Wood and H.M and W.I!i JoeFOE Peters Glass Co. SLADE GAS CO

rsre t
Eddie Hartman of Gainasville ANY GLASS NEED

Coming September 23 picnicking at Interlachen recently. We Design: Modern Store Fronts

A notice to all the parents Just Mail Us A Pattern for

with students in Bradford County Table Tops Starke, Florida
I High! PTA will meet for the first 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesvi
I He Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 .. .
time on --.. ...
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AGE EIGHT FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. 1953
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rfTfTTTTTTTTTTfTTTfffftfSTATE !I Band Parents Mrs. J. E. Rive of Tampa was Friends of :Mrs. W. *:. Thornton ![ CARD OF THANKS ,
a guest last week of Mr. and Mrs.i j FOR S.\LF.-Tt"mpil' Ate. tS..
Off To Good Start l will regret to know that she is I wish to take this opportunity'''I
I Owen Vaughan. 301, lot 100 ft. 175
FARMBy I confined to a Jacksonville hospital. I of expressng my sincere appreciation -j by ft. deep
For New SeasonThe Mrs. F. \V. Webb of Hawthorne of I between Martin Fruitstore and
I II your vote and support :
I Mrs. Alva Smith of Gainesville CARD OF THANKS in Tuesdays election. New Sinclair Station by sealed
Mrs. O. E. Crosby Bradford County Band were weekend guests of Mrs.I I I serve bid,. Bills to be mailed to L.
hope can you in a
Parents Association held its first Johns. I II citizens of II. Gibx, Starke. be
thank to
Effie to the Bids
J&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& I want way that will make you glad that
I meeting of the new school year I Mrs. Alice Lambert and her I Starke for placing enough of con- you voted and supported me. j jI. opened Sept. 27, 1953. Rejections -
Shower For Mrs. SieglerA I Monday night. After a brief busi- 'I brother William Clark are spending fidence and trust in me as your I| reserved Stchs 9-23:
E. Clark
lovely stork shower was given: ness session in the high school' i a few days here enroute to Chief of Police to retain me ini I

at the Community Club last Tues- cafeteria, the group adjourned to Clearwater.Mr. I office without opposition. I pro-I -

day honoring Mrs. Milo Seigler. the new BHS music building and and Mrs. W. L. Edwards of j mire to continue striving for I
Summer flowers were used in listened to several selections by Jacksonville and Mrs. Dan Cornell,'&'100, clean city government in TO THE VOTERS OF STARKEI I

decorating. Mrs. Siegler received the High School Band. :Many commented of Ohio were guests of Mrs. W. H.j[the future, as well as in the past.!
lovely gifts from about 50 how well the band I I
many on sincerely.
Struth and Miss Kate Struth last Thank you wish to sincerely thank friends and
neighborsthat I
guests. Refreshments of individual perfcrmed. I I -W. E. ThorntonALVAREZ' my

cakes and punch were serv- The parents then inspected the I rA ff: Sunday. : worked so hard for me in behalf of my candidacy j

ed by the hostesses.Mrs. new band hall including the individual ,. t tIII for I will strive
I Mayor. to represent all the people I
I''
Pace EntertainsMrs. practice rooms, library, ''!
L. W. Pace was hostess ata instrument storage room uniform] D.I CI g STORE SS2SS, 111'1 !I at all time. '

demonstration party at her home storage, band master's office, and| I I

Thursday night of last week. Late other facilities. All were well It is my intention to continue to work toward a larger, I

in the evening the hostess, as- pleased: with the,, installation. I j ,
cleaner and Starke has
pr more prosperous as been
sisted by Mrs. L. L. Wainwright, After this inspection tour, the, my
served refreshments to her 20 band parents and band students' / Policy in the Past. Again I want to thank everyonefor

guests. returned to the cafeteria where the splendid vote given me.
Buck and Martha Pearce of.refreshments were served. L 5IN JOHNSON MOTORSSEE

Two Egg spent the week with Officers of the Band Parents

their brother-in-law and sister,,Association are: T. T. Long, pres-' Thank You
THE COMPLETE LINE AT
the B. A. Bruners. They were ident; H. K. Tyust vice president; A DRIZZLE OF :\, Presbyterian broke ground at 10:30

accompanied home Monday by lit-I Mrs. Cornelius Moore, treasurer; I I II a.m. last Sunday for new educational building annex. Left to right:1 W. T. (Billy) Jackson
tle Terry Bruner, who will spend Mrs. Jim Ritch.'secretary. Chairmen 1I
( Rev. W. S. McAliley, Guy Andrews, Mrs. E. 31. Davis, O. E. Stans-I STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES l
in Two Mrs. Lex
some time with relatives of committees are: !
j'Green committee Mrs. bury, Mho turned the first shovel of dirt, Mrs. L II. Gibbon RudolphSink
Egg and Chattahoochee. Kenneth chaperone ; ..
Davis also with the Sale membership and Mrs. and Ben F. Hall. -
was visiting Guy ;

Bruners.Dinner guests of the 0. E. Cornelius Moore, concession stand. I PresbyteriansBreak I N I PHONES 45 AND 333 J Sell It Rent It Trade It


Crosbys Sunday were their son- Mrs. Nellie Johns "../::,. .,' -.:.: : ;-<;: .:..:.. -- ':>.:::.:_:. -':-"' ._.;. ..;" < .-::;' ....--_. _.-;:.-:

in-law and daughter, Mr..and Mrs.E. II GroundFor I
T. Kirby and children of Jack- Died At RaifordMrs. WITH' A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

sonville, Mr. and Mrs. Lois New- 1: ? I .-
New AnnexDespite
Nellie Waters Johns, 70 j, "AMANA FOOD PLAN"SAVE
and and Miss
man daughters, :
a resident of Raiford for the past Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place
Mary Alyce Crosby of Bayless
Hiway, 55 years, died at her home there I a drizzling rain mem- TIME WORK FOOD :MONEY 19 WORDS OR LESS ONE INSERTION :jjfc

Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Crews last Friday afternoon after an bers of the First Presbyterian EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2e

and son of Auburndale visited illness Of several months. Church congregation went ahead R. A. CRAVEN, FOOD CONSULTANT DISCOUNT OF IS PER CENT O\ TWO OR MORE INSERTIONS
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Mrs. Johns was born in Putnam with a formal groundbreaking ,! ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS-OR ADS NOT P\ID IV ADVANCELOtELY

Crews and Mr. and Mrs. Bryan County, Nov. 17, 1881, and was a ceremony for their new Sunday P. 0. Box 942 Starke, Florida SPINET: PIANO LICEXSED-WELL DRILLER
member of Purity Baptist Church. School annex last Sunday I Say:
morningat
Whitfield last week. j Or ContactWINTER'S W. will soon have in your vicinitya Jordan. \Ve guarantee Water
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Collins were Surviving are her husband,I 10:30 o'clock. lovely Spinet Piano, late model Phone 596:! !. Melrose. Fla 11 ::
Johnnie Johns of Raiford, and three After with the I To responsible partwill sell at big
opening ,
prayer FOR
business visitors In Jacksonville FROZEN FOOD CENTER reduction with small down payment SALE-Building lots on new
Tuesday. daughters Mrs. Beadie Rhoden, minister, Rev. W. S. McAliley, ex- and easy monthly terms. Write Im- I'landing Road. Also small trac'

Birthday Party Raiford; Mrs. Lorena McClendon,I pressed the thanks of guest John Well fine! 4551 St. Johns Avenue Jacksonville, Fla. I Box mediately 2613, Jacksonville to Credit Manager 3, Fla.- ,P.and O. of from acreage city limits.or subdivision Also good vt used mile

Mrs. Norman Dowdy entertained Jacksonville; and :Mrs. Jessie Mae gation to the Women W'e'll go to dinner at the you will be advised where instru- portable Underwood. typewriter
ment- ran be seen. Strhp 9/25 $35. MrL. M. Clark. Rt. 1, Box
Sunday afternoon with a birthday Sails, Richmond, Va.; four sons,I the City, Mrs. Grill." 440 Bessant Rd., left at Call St.
her Junior Theodore Johns Sanford; James Mr. and Mrs. Garl j I FOR SALE-Used gas space heat bridge. 1 mile. ltchg
party honoring son, ,
I Why scrape to fix Beautiful Healthy Parrakeekts; various sizes like new, also
M. DeWitt
his 8th Johns Macclenny; Jackson, J. R. Kite, I
on birthday anniversary. ., galvanized double driveway gates :
Refreshments of birthday cake and Johns, Palatka; and Clyde Johns,j Paulk for particular an extra plate eight fact wide used very rhort SARATOGA HEIGHTS
Raiford. guests here when time. Cash only. See Rev R. E. UNIT No.2
either of land labor your .
ice cream were served to the 27 Billy Rose Parrakeet FarmS MacBlain, 651 E. South St. Phone ,
young guests who enjoyed this Funeral services were held Sun for the project. you face this fate. i SQ-W. 2tp 9/lS Modern, :3 bed room bosses BOHunder

event with the honor guest. day afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Ben F. Hall was FOR SALE-New 8 x 8 x 16 Concrete eo.atrstl.a. Price to
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Belche and graveside in Conner Cemeterywith contractor for the On Highway Keystone Heights block. ISc. Cement $1.40 9504)0"'etera.a nltala'100.00 30 4.",. ..,.,..t.
alan
Miss Frances Caldwell accom- Rev. Riley Pridgeon officiat- Kite Guy Andrews, GUIDON GRILL per bag. bag.Bradford Mortar Engineering Mix -J1.25 per Co. OB .I.."..&. Bar BOW,aid select$23300 year

panied Joe Neal Belche to Jack- ing. Interment was in the family Holtzendorf Sr., as the Baby birds easily trained full of love and affection. Make "hl\n' 94 Stark" tf for Interior bath'color and floors.deeoratioaa.After the tile e

sonville for his 'return to duty piot there., with arrangements in Committee. Kopelousos, Owner wonderful pets. All in full plumage in all colors. Blues in all FOR RENT-Cottage. Four rooms houses are....geld dowa. payment
charge of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Estimated t Ost of nicely furnished. Electric refrigerator will 1..1' by ..... ., I200.W:
with the in California. Joe :< Starke Fla.
Navy shades. Yellows, greens, and white. Also yellow-faced. blues. and lights included S3S. per aoaae. Dew a payments t*
..
Neal enjoyed a 30-day furlough Home. ing is $4,950. Adults preferred. E. F. Nuern-- veteraaa- aomlaaL Make
All raised and Florida climate. Hundreds to
acclaUnated to our
roar selection
now
burge Kingsley Court, Kingsley
with his parents. I Presbytery was
of $1,000 choose from. Also beautiful selection of cafes. Lake. 4tp J/16
Mathew M. Crosby promise FLORIDA REALTY CO.

CAROLYN GAIL BAKER Church Extension OVER A THOUSAND BREEDERS ON HAND Of StarkeReal
Dies In
BILL
Tampa; ward the building SOTO
Carol1\'Gail Baker, daughterof !Presbytery is also TROPICAL FISH BLACK MOLLIES Estate Broker
Funeral SundayMathew SIGN SHOPOne 353 Temple Are. Telephone 3S3Marke
Mr. and Mrs. Carrol D. Baker, congregation $2,200 Florida

died In a local hospital Monday Millard Crosby, 80. ,I program.! Mile South

afternoon. Besides her parents, lifelong resident of Bradford The building! On Keystone Highway FOR SALE-li acre farm. 2 rat
she is survived by a sister, Dar- County, died Tuesday t afternoon ing of J. R..Kite, with east of Starke. Has 7-room housa
,, Phone 178-L lights and water. Bath
lene. at the home of his son, Marklee Holtzendorf, Rudolph Low Cost Liability' Insurance room. 10% cash. Balance Ilka .
Graveside services I All rent. See 10- Hemingway Box
held
were Types Signs
E. if. Davis Mrs.
C. Crosby, in Tampa. He had %!3. Starke, Fla. 4ta ./u
Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'clockin been in declining health for some gomery, Mrs. Herbert .
Dyal Cemetery. DeWitt C., Mrs. L. H. Gibson, I y.. ____
The Florida Automobile Financial Responsibility Law +w.o+a. oi
Jones Funeral Home in time.Mr. '
was chargeof i Crosby was born Sept. 11,. for their many hours ELECTRIC MOTORS

arrangements. 1S75 the son of the late Mr. and I and labor. has changed. Effective Oct. 1st, avoid the possibleloss Rewound and Serviced I i ///_/

I Following the
riah 4:2-10 by the of your license if you are involved i in an accident. General Machine Work All ,

:;>> .. "- 0. E. Stansbury Work Guaranteed -Reasonable s

ficially, and the Buy A Liability Policy And Be Safe Rates
WOMEMGDERNLA'\ cluded with a
., E. Evinrude Motors
The addition will JOHNS& SON RED SEAL

::classrooms and a this question Lowest Rates In Town --: 6-mos, Policies Available Parts .. Service
ELECTRIC & MACHINE
:[hoped that the work I
t
t
-
// I pleted I by Oct. 15. is aggravating o have SHOP
A NEW LOOK AND ,: home insured and then F. W. GRAtlDON', Owner, Mgr. Zimmel Runabouts

6i I that the policy doesn't Doyle E. Conner Insurance Agency Temple Pratt Ph. 397
HOUSE 1G Mrs" Andrew
YOUR APPEARS
0i all his life in this I the damage that oc FRED'S MARINE
..Does this new "broad Phone 285 136 W. Call St. BARGAIN FOR EOSE-Rem-
MUCH YOUN6ER AND a retired farmer. ington Quietwriter Portable Typewriter CENTER
Besides his son in fire insurance from with Miracle Tab and car-

BY MANY YEARS \l\-lpo \ survived by his wife agency cover virtually "rying$l2S value.case. Tours Office for demonstrator$100. Brad- Temple & Pratt. StarkeFOR
I -- -
ford County Telegraph.- tf
Fouts Crosby; one : kind of physical danji

lard W. Crosby, I I to a home and landscap L RENT-S bedroom
INKIER ELECTRIC SERVICE frame
E, Calif.; two : ? bouse, newly redecorated, 515
t; CS C. Winn, and-Mrs. South St. Contact Colonial Flor-
I 1st, phone %18.
: .: .:. son, both of Tampa; Itchg
--. :: --- Mrs. Susan C. Sapp, I I Charley E Johns I WILL BUY from owner, lots or
.. Funeral services acreage, vacant or Improved prop
E.tyi within 35 mile of Starke J.
Sunday afternoon at A 713 Laura St., or write

which the Bayless he was Hiway a .: & Son Agency RADIO I__Pen. Del.STAMPS Starke. made to order gRUBBER :

A. Crosby will 165"A F PHONE 414-J daters facsimile numberers notary seals
stamps. Bradford County
? 1 SERVICES = Burial will follow 13 Starke Fla. f> AND Telegraph. tf ,

plot in Dyal /b i& PAID ON SAVINGS
&&&LA AAAAAAA ALA A ALA AL KEY-
FURNISHED PAT IEXT for Rent.
Witt C. Jones in TELEVISIONSales STOKE STATE BANK KEY.
JI1BtJILDER'tSSIUPPLIES' ? floor four and bath.
First -- rooms STONE HEIGHTS FLA.. MEM-
rangements. ZENITH 17" 119 Madison St. Phone 137. tfchg RER FDIC.
L. _. ,
Active of the .-- _.-- -' .. -, -.' Evanston T1814R 15 g.95 r U6 LET J. D. ODOM. JR. ,
nephews HOUSE FOR REXT-Apply at Bus I HANDLE TOUR
I When Your TV Needs Station. tfchg CATTLE AND HOGS
.D and Service BALESLiv.Oak _
THANKS E81C Service Call 166 Each Wednesday

I I I r I REAL ESTATEFor Gainesville Eaek Friday
I wish to thank STARKE FLA. 224 N. Temple Ave. 66 Starke, Florida Sales U
Starke for their

by electing me to T : Acre farm 200 fruited perantrrrn FOR SALE
Sun., Mon. and Tues. cry nice three bed room <
I
cil.I koa... Garage, fenced tr.mtlMf
will serve all Sept. 18. 19. 20 Mate Illtchttar. Price S13OOO.Otf.: SLAG ROCK
best of my ability. DOUBLE FEATURE $ .00I1.00 dei.., balance term

THREE BIG DAYS ; : :-'l 't:$iMtiQ t :$ 2 story, 4 bed room aounr, mbathn. Excellent for Drivewaysand

amN RUBY FRANCIS Joins ._ _._ ___ .,__n _. large.lot garage froBtiair, pried...l..t rnaaway.re..Id.U.I ...- Parkways
_
mreet orange and other
The WACSWith Which Triplet Trades At Koch's? fruit. Price 9144)00.00. Term $3.00 Per Yard.

W. C. T Donald O'Connor Mrreaatllr business, motels, In 5 Yard Lets 1
:ylplpl'! lots Lake Front Home, acreage.
A FEW WEAK AND Call 1
FOR HE:>TSeveral
WITH TIlE Bier furalsbedbomea BILLY JACKSON
very
I The Street :
T 11E.8m'ERAL Big at Klagkley Lake. Seasoual -
I and permanent. Phone 165
THE JUG; ) Fonda Lucille Ball t

.N ( .\ ) Color Cartoon for Children : FLORIDA Of Starke REALTY CO. RADIOS REPAIRED i iAU

., Thur. Sept. 21-22 Real Estate Broker Hike AU Models
\ Reasonable
ehargea g.ua.teed
- I DOUBLE FEATURE A 325 Temple A\'e. Telephone 383 CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
L 00 I Yellow Mountain Starke, Florida Tel W. Tall lit. "'.rke Pfc. iS$

55 POWER MOWERS For Rat and
D.- MARVIN SE IV TECHNICOLOR Sale. We service what we selLTiny's
S.5 Barker Mala Powers FOR REXT-I room apartment Service Station, Temple
Have Fresh completely furnished 331 Clark Ave. tfchg;
ANDBringing St. Mrs D. L. Silrnx Itfher!:

w tS t24 MULLET 19c lb. I Up Baby The one in the middle, definitely. Our wide FOR plants.SALE new Missionary land grown.Strawbertry By bed BULLDOZING FILL I I

andOYSTERS I \ th Katherine Hepburn and selection of quality products arid:l our friendly of Highland.1000. M. L. Meb.) Prescott Itp DIRT LAND CLEARING

j Cartoon Gary for Grant Children old-fashioned way of doing business is 30 APRE FARM for sale on Rt. 1, Oyster Shell Peat Humus I \t
three miles southwest of Lawtey.
r Next tonic to the frazzled nerves of the average House and out buildings. Guy T. BIdg. Sand-Paving Driveways t
I Fri.. Sat. Sept. 23, 24 Anderson % L U. Morgan, Rt. 2.
Nick's Fruit DOUBLE FEATURE I shopper. Come in anytime with the assurance Box 57,Starke. lip OVID LEWIS

S IT Came From that we have exactly what you FOR room REXT house.-Xewlv Three decorated bedrooms.6 W. Madison St. Starke r

Outer Space want at a price that will make you think 210 2 baths E. Adkins m blocks St. from Key school.next PH. S56-W (

d s.a.ft I FILL Richard Carlson and Barbara Santa Claus does business in our establish. door). tfchKATTR4.CTIIE I WANTED-Registered nurse for i
< floor duty from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
.. .SSc GOOD Rush ment. For an intelligent POSITIO'I' I Doctors Hospital itch t;

AND pleasing personality and good appearance FOR REXT-Four rooms and
Prefer one with experience shower! partly furnished. Pine-
TOP The Great Sioux in teaching, club or church hurst Grocer Hiway 100 Phone j
work Age 25-60. If selected must 17-J. Ztehsr tIn '.
Uprising KOCHrS be ready to accept position immed- 4
See DRUG STORE iately with a Marshal Field fam- : FOR SALE or Rent-Three bed. ,
IX TECIIXICOLOR ily owned enterprise. A guaranteed room home on lake near Keystone
Income with opportunity for a def- Heights. Immediate possession.
With Jeff
BILL Chandler and Faith ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLED inite plan of advancement. Full, Phone 103 Dr. H. C. Bollinger. ,
Domergue training given. Few openings in Starke. lip
Jackson Bradford and Clay counties. For Interview -
Serial Chap. No 4 and Car-
appointment write briefly FOR SALE-Miscellaneous house-
Coming September 23 Phone for Kids JPHONU3L M PEUVfl! giving phone number education and hold furniture. Sewing machine
experience to Mrs. P. H. Wright, 110, piano 10, roust be sold soon.
i 1103: X. E. 5th St. Gainesville Fla. See Olin White. Sr. or call 410-W
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