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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 23, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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VOLUME SEVENTY-SEVEN STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 1953 NUMBER TWELVE '. .

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I '; 10 per cent discount allowed .
customers of Starke's electric Draws !" ..,. g. A'

and water service'for prompt pay-! Casey .. c : I
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ment was rescinded by the City \ Rr% .0 .
'I & W.\DoE UOOTtLV,
Council Tuesday night as an alternative 8-Year Term r 1 t't t! :_ *i.. ..... (right) Tornado half-
to levying' additional I I IFor t'I: ; "'r.1 C i" bark, gaie fans a

? 21/1 .taxes. j v-I.1- --. .:. a- '. r. 1 ".w 'ti' thrill with a 53-yard _________
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The to effective immediately r
step is be '
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: : .. touchdown sprint in
Robbery : .
the Council voted con ';, the Macdenny
t game
tingent upon approval of the bonding : :Ij19.? 17 : last Friday night. I
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company, which had stipulated ,
Elvin D. Casey, 27, one of two
MAYOR J. R. WALNWRIGHT signs proclamation designating that additional revenue had to .
Starke men arrested and chargedwith ,-
Oct. 1 National Business Women's Weekin be collected by the city, to safe- P' .
week of Sept. 25 through as r 2
the hold-up of Long Bridge,
Starke, t'olnddlngitl1 the nationwide observance. Looking on guard the interests of the investors Rest package store in Union County -, i f 1 r : If ,::

are Mrs. Mildred Dole (right), president of the local BPW Club, in the $750,000 bond issue on Sept. 12, was sentenced TornadoesScoreEasy2o..o
for and ,
utility expansion improve-
and Mrs. Marian lIo chairman of international relations. In his Wednesday afternoon by Circuit '

proclamation Mayor Wainwright lauded the organization for "con ments. Judge George L. Patten to a term,.- #t: f4 Triumph Over Macclenny
and of business, industry The bonding company had sug- of eight years in the State Prison 18 '40
tributing much toward the Improvement progress I i
gested that a sewer tax of $1.50 Casey and Lester T. Prevatt 3 5. .1:1: '
and chic needs<< in our community." per month per sewer connection' pleaded guilty to the robbery in'i r 1 J. With a 20-0 triumph over Macclenny in

Observance locally will begin this Sunday when the BPW members ts levied, which, from the 1,000 .county judge's court in Union I. t'J. '': t! 4L: -J heir opening performance last Friday the

will meet in a body and attend 11 o'clock sen ices at St. Mark's I sewer connections in the.eity, County on ,Sept. 14. Their bonds I J.-, hr !: Bradford Tornadoes face a far more formidable -

Episcopal Church. Next Tuesday Morning Mrs. Doyle and Mrs. Howe I would have ,netted the city about I were set at $2,500 each. '1 ; -'I .... .. : : foe tonight (Friday) in the powerful

will be heard on the local radio Coffee Chat program, 10:03 till 11 L I $18,000 additional revenue per [ Prevatt made bond the follow-' :: 4y:. Monticello elex-en, North Florida Conference

o'clock, discussing BPW objecthes. ,I year. ing day and was released, await- champs for the past three seasons. It will
Rather Than Tax: ing arraignment at the fall termof
Thursday' night a dinner will be held, and a citation awarded to( : 'i betheBradfordsquad's first
4 appearance on
I Rather than levy additional circuit court in Union County. ;
of the Week," who has been unanimously chosen by the, home ground this fall.
the "Woman taxes at this time, the Council ,I Casey failed to post bond and, .-

club for her contribution to the community. I explored the possibilities of eliminating -:remained in the union county jail j : Monticello started its season last week

the 10 cent cash discount until his arraignment before I .
per Judge with 18-13
I J Hew Water Tank I. on payment of utility bills Patten Wednesday. I.- A .-t --.-"'- _-7__._--""" -....- an win over Florida High of Talla-
nassee.
Warren Accepts .by the 10th of the following The men were charged with ;; ;

To Cost Less ;month, and when it learned that using a gun to hold up Harry TORNADO I Tornado coaches have been

I the money this action would save I Davis, proprietor of Long Bridge _____ working overtime this week in a

Bid To RallyFormer the city would be approximately I Rest. They got away with $96.50 FOOTBALL SQUAD (desperate effort to develop new defenses -
Than EstimateA I I
I as high as that brought in by aI but Union County officers cap- designed to stop Jack

i sewer tax the Council voted to tured them minutes later as they Bullock, flashy 135-pound Monti-

Governor Fuller Warren saving of from $15,000 to ,discontinue the cash discount. fled along Route 100 towards cello halfback, described as the

has accepted an invitation to $20,000 in the cost of Starke's I During the discussion it was Starke. V r-:' I man the Tornadoes will have to

address a rally sponsored by the utility expansion program was learned that cash discounts allowed The.armed. robbery statute (At Right) / stop if they win tonight's en

local Democratic Committee at disclosed Tuesday night at a I during I the past several formerly provided a minimum \ counter.If .

the BHS stadium, Thursday night, Council meeting, when the lowest months were as follows: sentence of ten years, up to life. Criswell. TORNADO COACHES Winton Y .J Monticello sticks to its sea
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Oct. 6, at 8 o'clock, according to 'bid for the construction of the August, $1,452; July, $1,456; The last legislative session, however (head coach(line), )and, Lennard Joe Hull Register backfield ; --., .' : : son-opening strategy tonight, they
an announcement yesterday by new 250,000 water tank changed the law and ( : are expected to
I gallon June $1,371; May, $1,383. provided ) rub football for -: : "stay on theground"
G. P. Wadsworth, chairman of the that that the luck be- ? with
was amount under estimated Hit Large UsersIn judge may sentencefor fore Monticello an offense that la
County Democratic Executive costs. term to life. game tonight. : .I strong on end
of the any of years up t sweeps.
discontinuance "
effect, Coaches '.
Committee Green, State are hopeful, but .y- !
e, and Lex hardly
Lowest bid was submitted by cash discount amounts to an in Casey was taken to the prisonat optimistic over 1 ; : : : I BHS coaches feel that the Tornadoes -
Democratic Committeeman. prospects for a
Whitmire Tank Co., Inc., of Jack crease in light and water rates,I Raiford Thursday morning to Tornado wim.Funeral. i "can win", but only if
The local committee officials sonville at least for those who earned _it begin his term. : I their defense improves over that
amounting to $57.811, I
the for the I
are sponsoring rally
S by prepayment of their bills. shown in the macclenny game.
in with kdeduction.of $2,264 in the x
benefit of "democracy general"and
All whose bills were below Record Crowd
those
to raise funds for the county, event alterations are made in the City LotForFutureUse
Buys
I $15 a month will be better : Held I ContractsFor In last Friday's game at Mac-
state and national Democratic general specifications. off with the proposed set-up as I Pecan Prices ;City denny, the Tornadoes easily rolled

organizations the chairman said. In this proposal. Whitmire Tank: compared with the flat $1-50 p: Sunday Afternoon I over the smaller Baker County

Wadsworth ana Green stated Co. agreed to begin work within sewer tax, while conversely those J JThe \ Moving eleven, to run their string of

that other speakers' have been incited 10 days after- -the contract- ia I who have average. bills. Jifgherwill I ,. e- \; for Robert Kite 1 1I May Hit PeakPecan victories over the Wildcat'to four
for th. Including) form !
raOyr signed, and.complete the job within : be harder hit. Five GeneratorsThe straight A record crowd of 1,200

er Governor Charley Johns, and ,150 calendar days. Specifications City Council voted to fans, many of them from Brad.
However, all the larger users of
that an Interesting and effective i call for the structure to I electricity have been enjoying amore chase a lot adjacent to the pur-I,I James Robert Kite, 48, a resident growers in this area may contract for moving the ford County, witnessed the game.

program is being planned. withstand winds up to 160 miles favorable rate, than that hall in a regular meeting of Starke since 1915, died I strike a bonanza next month witha 'five 1,000 kw generators from New Battering fullback Kenneth EIder
Further announcements will be hour. night. suddenly at his home West! Bern, N. C. to Starke was awarded
per on prediction of
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other companies. I prices a 20-year provided most of the impetus,
charged
by power i
made concerning the rally in next Several other companies offer-I City Attorney Arch Thomas Jr. Call St. early Friday morning as peak due to a shortage of nuts i i I by the City Council last Saturday for Starke's smooth ground attack,

week's Telegraph. ed bids on the was instructed to prepare the the result of a heart attack. in most of the Southeastern states.''morning to- Tampa Armature scoring two touchdowns and standing .
project, and there'
Bond Sales Here Works at
was a considerable difference be- papers which will transfer title of Mr. Kite was born in Elizabethton While production in Starke and a price of $50,000. out on offense.Quarterback .

Teams To Fire tween the lowest and highest bids.\Show Good Gain the 100 X 105 ft. property from Tenn., June 2, 1907, and vicinity appears to be the heaviestin The night before, the Council ,Glen Reddish show

At The .Mrs. Geo. L. Fatten to the cityat moved to Raiford in 1928, where recent years, such is not the!I in a special meeting had met with ed smooth ball-handling, operating
BlandingFor Council voted to turn all Over Last Year
a price of $5,250. he, was connected with the State case elsewhere. Due to late the moving concern to discuss the Tornadoes' split-T flawlesslywith
the bids over to Jess D. Thomas,
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Famed Trophy 1 I Terms of the sale are that halt Prison for several years. He moved freezes last March, Georgia is expected further the bid of $55,000 made his handoffs and faking.
of Reynolds, Smith & Hills, en Bradford County sales of savings -
to Starke in 1945 and to produce only 11 for the job, which was the lowestof
of the will be openedhis per I
gineering advisors to the city, for bonds in August were $5,418, purchase price paid Thrilling Run
Sixteen: five-man teams of Na- I electrical business here. I cent of its normal of 45 the bids submitted..
analysis, before accepting the ap and for the eight months of 1955 by Dec. 1955 and the balance by own average I BHS halfback Wayne Wooten
tional Guardsmen will compete in parent low bid.Explorer now stand at $75,011 a 3.8 per Dec. 1956, with interest at 5 percent Mr. Kite was an elder in the million pounds. The Council offered the job to gave the crowd its biggest thrill

firing for the Taliaferro Trophyon cent gain over the corresponding I on the unpaid balance. First Presbyterian Church, clerkof I Florida and North Carolina are Tampa Armature Works at the when he took the ball on a fake

the Camp Blanding range this I period in 1951.Statewide The Council discussed the possibility the Session, and chairman of said to be the only Southeastern $$50,000 figure, and Saturday morning hand-off in the third quarter and
Sunday, starting at 8:30: a.m., Scouts states with anything like a normal the concern
accepted the con
the fund. sprinted 55 for
sales in Florida of clearing the lot, which, building Before. moving yards the Torna-
according to an announcement by!Schedule Meeting resumed lies north of the city hall, and.to Starke he was a member of crop. Each is expected to pro- tract at that price. does' third touchdown. Good fak-
their upward trend in August -
the Adjutant General's office in duce around four
using it for a parking area. Raiford Masonic Lodge.. million pounds.I While discussing the problemsof ing by Elder enabled Wooten to
after hesitation in
slight
St. Augustine.The I Officers of Explorer Scout Post a Florida orchards failed to receive moving the equipment, it de- get loose for the
Taliaferro Trophy is one of I July, according to S. L. Peek Jr., In other actions, the Council: Besides his wife, Mrs. Louise the full brunt last I run.
of spring'sfreeze
70 met Sunday afternoon to I that two of the fuel
perfect -Hunt Kite, he is survived by three (veloped large Quarterback Billy Prevatt
savings bond chairman for this
the oldest awarded in the U. S., Instructed City AttorneyThomas and North Carolina's trees I
plans for reorganization.This tanks would cost more to dismantle
sisters, Mrs. J. S. Butch, Mrs. sparked the losing Wildcats for
and has been fired county. Sales in Florida were to draw the
for each
required had not out
;year up put enough shoots at'I
ship and install here in
Saturday the Post will Christine Curtis, and Mrs. Edgar two serious scoring threats with
since 1003. with the exception of .nine por cent ahead of August resolution which would accept that time to be seriously hurt.Georgia's .
war years. sponsor a dance in (he Scout Hut. 1954 and contribute to a 24 per from Junius Smith a strip of land Barnes, all of Elizabethton, Tenn.; however, I Starke than they were worth, so his passing, but couldn't find the
All members are invited, as well and four brothers, Tyler Kite, pecans, went later in the week the Council sold I right combination for getting the
:cent increase for the to date.
Competing at Blanding Sundaywill year needed for construction of the lift along with her peaches a victim
as boys over 14 who are interested -I I Pueblo, Colo., Bryan: Kite, Long them for $1,000. ball across. He also brought the
be station
and
six teams from Miami and i near Alligator Creek I of the freeze.
in Scouting All those attending Beach, Calif., F. L. Kite, Jacksonville crowd up with 'a beautiful 27-
ten from National Guard companies :Dedication Set would obligate the city to put a I It is predicted that Florida's
are asked to bring dates. II I and L. J. Kite, West Palm New Bern Units yard pass, grabbed by Wildcat
in this area. road through that area. This lift j shells this will
paPer range
year
The dance will at Robert Pless
begin 8pm. For New Church Beach. after it had bouncedoff
station is to
I I supply sewerage i upward from about 40. cents a
Ensey Play Lot I I I service to the new hospital and Funeral services were held Sun'j pound for the smaller varieties, to; (Not DamagedBy teammate Carlton Lee's hands.

County Judge'sDocket Dedication Services: will be held surrounding area. day afternoon at 4 o'clock in the! ]70 cents or more for the select, Early BUS Drive
Program ResumedMrs. at the Northside Baptist Church First Church with I Neither team could score in the
I Considered the I Presbyterian; wholesale the orchard. (
Is I request by theStarke at lone's
LightNext Fury first
this Sunday. Rev. M. J. Dukes, the pastor, Rev. W. S. McAliiey I II ( period, although the Tornadoes -
Ice Company that the city, M. R. Judd, manager of the \
I
Florence I will the in I. displayed their offensive
Hipple and Mrs. pastor conduct morning officiating. Interment was -
Friday 30. will be construct a 600-foot sewer line'to ,I Starke Farmers Market, said that I
:Mae Wood have returned from I Sept. sen-ice. Dinner will be served. I i Crosby Lake Cemetery with De- I' After phoning almost constant- potential in a drive that carriedto

their summer vacation in California -'Plea Day in County Judge T. A.''Special I Singers are expected and carry off 75,000 gallons of I Witt C. Jones Funeral Home in |the crop total here of may exceed 1953'sbumper ly for 36 hours, City Clerk Carl I the Macclenny 12 before a clip-
waste water 198,000 pounds.
daily as a meansof I
and Canada. and have resumed -I Yawn's. court. I all are welcome to take part in preventing the overloading of charge of arrangements.Active I' Pecan auction sales will beginat I Johns finally got through to New ping penalty and a stiffening

their work with the children -, Judge Yawn reports that his the afternoon song service. A present facilities. After discus- pall bearers were R. P. the Starke Farmers Market I Bern. N. C. late Tuesday night Wildcat defense halted them. The

at the Ensey Play Lot. All [court calendar is rather light this 'cordial welcome is extended to sion, it was decided to investigatethe McLendon, J. C. Wallace, W. T.I early in October. I and learned that the generators drive the began when Elder returned
opening kickoff from his 20
children of the community are purchased by Starke came through
i month, and that the only cases I everyone. The church is located request further before taking Jackson, Claude Crowson, Guy to the 40.Carrying.
hurricane lone without
invited to
attend these damage.
cordially and Dr. R. P. Stubbins.
,
Andrews
action.
:due to be heard consist various the I C of C Directors
weekly meetings at 3:30 p.m. of I at intersection of Roads 225 Police officials there, however, the ball six out of
each Tuesday (traffic violations. and 16 near the State Prison. j Decided to investigate any lia-I I seven times in a 48-yard sustained
I bility the city may incur in connection Funeral Tuesday I A meeting of the Chamber of told Johns that New Bern suffered drive. Elder led Starke to its first
with the I Commerce Board of Directors will i[from widespread damage, with
erection of a" touchdown late in the second
Band To Present Unusual Half-Time Show I Civil Defense tower at the north- For Mrs. Stansbury, be held in the chamber office I[homes washed into the river, period. He punched across from

east corner Of the high school Native Of EnglandMrs. I Monday, Sept. 26, at 1:30 p.m. i streets washed out, busmessIPlaces four yards out after carving out

athletic field. Several Jerry Gay, president, urges all inundated, and power and
Council- i I two gains of nine apiece and one
I I men raised the question as tq I Mary Young Stansbury!members to attend. services disrupted. (for 18. Lamar Shaw knifed off

[whether the city would be liable 75, a resident of Starke for the j left tackle for the extra point to

:: in the event any unauthorized i past: 31 years, died at her home give BHS a 7-0 lead at halftime.

(I person climbed the tower and suf- I here last Friday night following I Second Score -

I fered injuries as a result. The ja I long illness. I Mrs. Geiger Was 93 Elder powered his way 35 yards

matter was turned over to the Mrs. Stansbury was born in 1'I i off left tackle for the second

I IIIM 'city attorney for investigation. I Davylamp. England on Feb. 22, Funeral Held Here Tuesday as Tornado score in the third Quarter

Decided to start the next reg-t 1880, the daughter of the late : following a 27-yard dash by Fer-

4 t41t ,ular Council meeting, on Oct. 4 at j'''Dobson and Hannah Mahon Young. ,, II ruson. which set up the play.
7 p.m. in order that the She moved to the United States Reddish booted the extra point.
present .'
93,
.: V. I Mrs. Mary Louise Geiger, I .:. :
'I j I body can wind up its business be- with her parents when one ;year died in a Jacksonville hospital .t/. ; j I I The push started on the Torna

fore the new ccunci'aien are' old. afternoon following a short I .:fl... .. ....d ,does' 13, where a Macclenny drive
Sunday
t* sworn in at 8 p,m. Besides her husband, O. E. 1 had suffereda i( fizzled after moving 55 yards
I illness. Mrs. Geiger
_ A from the
4. ) AV i 22. Co-captain Billy
___ 7 Stansbury, she is survived by a fall'-a few days earlier at the I She was a member of the Baptist i Prevatt was the
mainspring in I
'1. Only Half Renew daughter. Edna S. Prevatt of I jhome of her daughter Mrs. A. A. I Church. j the unsuccessful Baker push.

Starke; a son, George K. Stans !Durden, in Starke, and it was
; :' i Drivers Licenses and 'sisters Besides her daughter, Mrs.I Statistics I
_ bury Of Pensacola; four complications from this accident I
; Geiger is'survived by a brother,. First downs: BHS 12. Macclen
i As Deadline Nears Mrs. Hannah O'Rourke t that resulted in her final illness. II
8.
I (Truman Weeks, of Jacksonville, ny
Broughton, Pa., Mrs. Elizabeth i Mrs. Geiger. familiarly knownto
: : t County Judge T. A. Yawn announced Cox Cecil, Pa., Mrs. Doris Kelly many friends and relatives, as I!iShf was the grandmother of Mrs. I Scores: Elder, 2 touchdowns (3 I II

I this week that only about Alliance, Ohio, and Mrs. Alice "Aunt Mary,'" was born at Waldo, 'Harry Houston of Starke, and I.yards and 25 yards). Wooten, 1 I
I Herbert Durden of Jacksonville touchdown ((55 yards). Extra !
half of the drivers in the county She the
r' Johnson Lawrence, Pa. March 17, 1862. was !
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% I Beach. ;points: Shaw (2 .
I yard )
have re-newed their licenses and plunge
I : I daughter of the late Silas and !
She was a member of the First .
IU- [that current licenses are void after I JKissiah Thigpen Weeks. Her I Funeral services were herd in Reddish (kicked). ,

& Sept. 30.Operator's. Presbyterian Church of Starke. father was an early Baptist minister the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Tues- Yardage: Elder. 109 yards. 11

licenses are obtainable Funeral services were held Tues- and was pastor of the New day morning at 10:30 o'clockith tries; Ferguson. 54 yards, 8 tries; !

at the judge's office at $1.25, day afternoon at 4 o'clock in the River Baptist Church for 18 years. the Rev. W. S. McAliiey officiat-I Wooten, 55 yards, 1 try; Kirkland
DeWitt C. with the 38 yards, 8 tries.
Jones Chapel Mrs. Geiger moved to Bradford ing. Interment was in the Santa i
while those for a chauffeur cost Rev W. S. McAliiey officiating. Punts 3 for :
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County with her parents, as a Fe Cemetery near Hampton. 35-yard average.

$2.25. Interment was in Crosby Lake I child, and spent her entire life in Active pall bearers were Ellis Ha'ftime Show TonightIn

Pictured above in the beautiful new music building, the BUS Band is put through its paces by; The cost of driver's licenses was I Cemetery. this vicinity. After the death of: addition to the outlook for a .
Thornton Russell Carl
McColskey,
director M. C. Thompson in preparation for Friday night's half time show. The band promises some, increased 25 cents this ;year by the Active pallbearers were A. Rus-I her husband. Ode G. Geiger, a contractor hard-fought and extremely close \
recent legislature, with the proceeds sell Norman Carr Colley, Carl she lived for Johns, Freeman !Register Sr., Ar game tonight, fans are
thing "unusual" and those who attend the game ar, due for a surprise. Jerome Edwards has been I many yearsat promised
ippointed Band ear-marked for driving instruction Johns, Charles Devlin, Guy An Hampton and later at Starke thur Holliday, and Claude Spark-I ta thrilling half time show with

in the high school. drews, and Dr. T. G. Ritch. with her daughter, Mrs. Durden. man. (Continued Page 10)




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....,.......... 99999.. and Mrs. Geneva Smith of Max- PAGE TWO FRIDAY, &EFTD1BER 23. 1935:

vibe were shopping in Jacksonville -
editorial Farmer's DiaryBy Building. Jacksonville Florida Georgia.
: HIGHLAND last Saturday.Rev. and file tbe original in the office of You are hereby notified that a
E. C. Harvey brought the the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or suit for
before the 17 day of October. 19J3.: : Divorcehas
Sam McGarvey By Sirs. Lacy Norman message at Hickory Grove Bap- otherwise the allegations of said been filed against you In the
How To Kill A TownWe tist Church in Green Cove Springslast Complaint will be taken as confessed above named Court and cause and
by you. you are requU.d to serve a of
is ,&&&&&&&&&&&&iA&&A&& Sunday, while Rev. Franklin copy
think that dandy, .
indebted to one of our readers for let- Light may This notice shall be publishedonce your answer or pleading t'> the complaint -
are we think otherwise. Now the pastor of that church, preached in each week for four consecu- on the Plaintiff attorney
ting us see the following clipping, which shouldbe ( (Held over from last week) Highland.The tive wee -ln the Bradford County Lloyd Bass 302: Clark Duudrig.Jacksonville : .
have to be taken
freezer will
A Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thompson, Telegraph. Florida,
entitled, it seems to us, "How Not To Be away for repairs, and we'll have Mr. and Mrs. Asure Johns and Lacey Normans, Edwin and .Dated this 13 day of September, and file Ute original in the nrrice or
know where the clipping Les Griffis and 19 5.OFFICIAL The Clerk of the Circuit Court
We do'not Maggie Crews on
Good Citizen. the big hungry, steer to keep
children, and Margie and Ann ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby or before the 3 day of October
came from originally, but we do think it's right on feeding. Rosier, all of Jacksonville visited attended the livestock market in Clerk of the Circuit Court 1955; otherwise the allegations of
I By Marian 1.. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Gainesville Monday. said Complaint will be taken as
good enough to reprint and hope that every per the Lacey Normans Sunday after- 8/16 It 10,j confessed by you.
who reads it will have a thorough knowledgeof So Sam visited a farmer in Church Notice This notice shall be publishedonce .
son IB Circuit Ceart. Bradford C.uty
week
noon.Mr. Sunday School 9:45 a m. Worship each for foul consecutive
just how to act or rather, now not to act Alachua by the name of Walter and Mrs. Charles Mosely of Florida IB CkaBrerr weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph
Services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Alber D. Crews, Plaintiff, vs. Nora .
if he wants to become a good citizen: I{eard from Curtis Griffis that Stephens and brought a coupleof Jacksonville were weekend visitorsof Prayer Service each Wednesday H. Crews, Defendant.Case Dated thi JS day of August, IS5S;
barrels of corn at $1 each. He So.j 10-1167 (OFFICIAL SEAL
the other fellow pay the L. M. Normans.Mr. ) thanes A. Daroy
"Don't pay taxes. Let Bob Crawford, who lives near 8 p. m. Teachers Meeting each Seiko To AppearTo Clerk of the Circuit Court
measured it with 53-
out
his. Vote against taxes. Then fuss becausethe Heilbronn Springs, was killed a big and Mrs. D. L. Rigsby and Sunday 7 p. m.1vOTICE. : Nora H Crews whose residence 3y Marian L Crosby. Deputy Clerk.
gallon drum, and make believe children Jacksonville and address is. Waycross, 9tt9t"
of visited
streets are not kept up. when a strong wind blew over a those things don't hold a lot of
"Never attend any of the meetings called for dead pine tree. We'll always re- corn. But Stephens has plenty on the Marr family Sunday after- TO APPEAR : :
Also Mr. and Mrs.
noon. David
the good of the town. If you do don't have He member said Alice's that up Pop North they are hand, for he planted about 400 Kirkland and Joe Howard Marr. IB Clrcmlt: !.Coart Chancery.Edna Bradford. Cos.trFlorida Ne-wKi---: l .ihrf :
cautioning us
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anything to say. Wait until you get outside and about standing under dead trees. acres of it. Uncle Tim Blackburn of our Preston E. Jf Kennedy Kennedy, Plaintiff.Defendant v- --- -- -. ---, [,e5-N_ '
then cuss those who made the suggestions. Find known as "widow makers." church has been seriously ill, and Case Xo. lO-lSO'-: - --- : j -- -" -.::- ----""' -.,

fault with everything that was done. m e Corn now, we understand, is we hope he will soon be back >tlre:Ta Preston Appear.To B.. Kennedy who e More Power More Stamina

"Get all the city will give you, and don't give There are lots of homes herein selling for about $25 a ton, but with us. We do say.we miss you residence and address i isS314 More Dependability
anything in return. Write unsigned letters to the county that have fine big as three is a very large crop of it very much, Uncle Tim. Delaware.Washington Street, Wilmington.

the editor demanding more for your tax money. lovely oak trees, which give a up the country from here, we hear Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Starlingof suit You for are htrabr notified that a McCulloch'sModel
work for lot of shelter from the. hot sun, the price may go even lower. Heilbronn, and Mr. and Mrs. Divorcehas
but don't do
"Talk cooperation, any but when the wind blows hard Good news for some, but bad for R. C. Griffis and Bertice of Law- been filed against you la the
your city unless you get paid for it. And by all there is always the worry abouta the corn growers. tey were dinner guests of the above named Court and cause and ... :
you are required to serve a of
make chair- copy >I! < .
means refuse to serve unless they you limb crashing onto the house. Lacey Normans last Sunday.Mrs. your answer or pleading to the com- ,,' .,1o
<
man. The trees in front of our placeare Seems like just about everyone Mamie Green of Lawtey plaint William on D.the Morgan.Plaintiff's 507 Attorney Clark ... '. ,

"Never accept an office. It's easier to criticize ( mere infants, as they were around htre has the habit of giv- 73

than to do things, accuse anybody who serves ;planted about 25 years ago by ing stock pet names. A while ago, .l.4rortio_

. in an elected office of being a publicity seeker. 'Casey Dinkins. Herm and Frances Hamilton had
S I of which named From where I sit.iy Joe Marsh
one they
(Or a crook.) two sows,
Right now we're in the slack of The new McCulloch 73 is tops for horsepov.'u-the fastest ,
"Don't do any more than yvu have to. When Kate, and the other Duplicate. most powerful one-man chain saw that em entered the tall
with but a
our season, nothing
their time Then Ed and Marguerite .Hall timber!
others willingly and unselfisUy: give
of sweet 'taders and a few
patch had a rooster named Pete, which Here's the saw with rugged stamina to match its tremens .
to make a town better, howl because that townis tomatoes growing. But we have their son Robert made a pet out Makes a Man Healthy, dous power, low maintenance to match its low weight (only ,
run by a clique. cut and re-cut the land where of. Well, Pete came to a sad end 33 pounds), with all the qualities of strength.
"Don't back your fire department or your we'll have our berries, and afterwe and he was buried with much Wealthy-and Tired Q' dependability and exclusive features found ':
'police department. If the firemen work to bring bed it up and board off and ceremony in the Hall backyard. only in a McCulloch.

the insurance rates down, tell everybody that is wait for the. beds to settle, we'llput and New> they have another pet Sandy Peterson's nephew Pete From where I sit, we must have Q You ton own a McCulloch 73 at on mat* \\1
out our berry plants, rooster, and he carries the (Ingty low ,ric.. When you one* own 0 Mod.l ,
what they are supposed to do. Don't thank themor slack appropriate has gone back to college. He heard a million stories like that. '
end of
that will be the our 73, you'll find your wood production brook
the policeman for endangering their lives that season. From then on until next name. of. Repeat.. worked on Sandy's farm a couple But they show how some peop'e I lag all records.r .
you might have a safer town in which to live. May or June, we won't be hunting of months last summer to get assume their customs are the only (
Demand special treatment; raige.cain if anybody work. Our new rooster, which we hardened up for footbalL proper ones. To most city folks Joe MePine Se*:

expects you to obey traffic and parking laws. e named Roscoe, is also going to He seemed to enjoy farm life getting up at (:ti: seems odd because I Grout More Trees!
I see where B. T. Thomas, the all right-but like most city kids they don't do it. Just like
"Look at every proposition in a selfish way. come to a sad end if he doesn'tsoon ll Prevent Forest Fires!
saw mill operatorhas about a 15- it took him some time to get used some people don't think enjoy in:
If not the one who gets the most out of learn to tell time. We don'tmind
you are acre field of peas cut for hay, to a farmer's schedule. a glass of beer is "right" because See llrtl. .....r tree CirdUr.
it, vote against it. Never consider what it will which is piled in hay cocks all over him opening his big fat Sandy claims that when he they happen to prefer another Ortgon Ch.l"I I
do for the town as a whole. the field. From the informationwe mouth and crowing at daybreak- beverage and haven't waked COPYRIGHT lOSS Us
A.-G..U"o Cues
went in to wake Pete-on the JOE H. BRADY
"Don't do anything for the youth of the town. have in Morrison's Feeds and that's to be expected. Trouble is first morning-the boy looked up to the fact that everyone ha* & ASSOCIATES For McC..U..H dale S.w 011
Criticize them as potential delinquents. Keep Feeding book, it appears that right in the middle of the nighthe startled and asked what time up it a right to his own choice.

your feet on them. Encourage them to move peavine hay is one of the best sees the headlights on the was. Sandy replied it was four-

away when they grow up. derstand feeds available.; is with Trouble curing and, we hand-un- highway, then he flaps his wings, fifteen. "Gee," Pete murmured, Cl., 11.1..ft f/J FLORIDA SAW COMPANY

"If you have good town leaders don't follow ling it.Saw. stretches his neck, crows a few "if we're going to do a day's work {;II./V ""'i\"

them. Take a jealous attitude and talk down S times to get the right notes, and tomorrow you'd better get to bed!" 2727 N. W. 6th Street

everything they do."Don't Ben Melvin hauling a load then keeps it up for the rest of Copyright 1955. United States Brewers Foundation Phone FR-6-3411 Gainesville Fla.
work on any committee. Tell them: of greens to market this week the night!
I'm too busy. and we understand that he was

"Don't say anything good about your town. Be getting $2.50 for some of them

the first to point up its short-comings. Pretend last week. .. Here NW'56fj FORD !

that if trouble comes your way it will be residentsof As part of the land where we're Today
some other town who will visit you while
going to set berries out this yearis
you are ill; bring in their department if your where we,mulched with sawdustlast

home is burning; comfort you, if you lose>a loved ;year, we'll soon learn just
one; stand back of you in diaster. hat effect the sawdust will haveon

"And don't support your local retail stores and future crops. Our plan is to The car at half the fine car price !

industries. Claim the prices and service in storesof give the plants in that area an

other towns are better. Claim industry and extra amount of fertilizer, with -.J.. 1_ or
plenty of. nitrogen. :Much of the
its payroll hurts the town. But if you need a sawdust has already rotted.

donation, ask your local stores and industry for .

it.. Expect them to back you, but don't back Just when we were getting

them. ready to butcher our steer, Slugger

"If these thirteen steps don't ruin your town, and had him nice and fat,
it isn't your fault." the deep freeze, acted up again,
or rather it did not act. The fool

thing kept running"24 hours a
day, and while Florida Power &
Hats Off To The Ladies '


There are still those who maintain that .

"Woman's place is in the home." Perhaps it is,

under ideal situations and conditions. But many '

women, for one reason or another mostly 4 0 ,-

economic, perhaps find themselves embroiledin

the workaday world of business.As H

long as women ARE in the business world- h

and it be said without fear .
can of contradiction, .
.
that they're here to stay it is well to give THE TIWE p1,1 tlwlntt ., '. : ., ,. J: :.

them recognition for the first rate job that manyof YOU LOVE!

them are doing. At least.a part of this over- -T-A :
due recognition will be shown during the week i

Sept. 25 through Oct. 1, with the observance of

National Business Women's Week, sponsored by wv tIJ L1

Business and Professional Women's Clubs

throughout the nation.In .

Starke, and thousands of other U. S. towns,

the BPW Clubs are striving to live up to their .
THE QUALITY ,
motto: "A better business woman for a better

business world." In Starke, as elsewhere, they YOU TRUST!

have distinguished themselves with worthwhile

service to the community, as well as the busi- t

nesses and professions in which they serve. s1- 1

For instance, during the year the Starke club With new) 202h.p. Thunderbird Y-8

has: ICE .......'...............:- i

Made a $50 contribution to the summer play- CREAM S
ground program at BHS; .i New 202-h.p. Thunderbird Y-8 engine is available f

Made another $50 contribution for bassinets at zr in Fordomatic Fairlanes and Station Wagons.
tops t In Fordomatic Customlines and Mainlines
the new hospital; "' you
can have the 176-h.p. Y-8. And Ford's 'J
Given a $25 award to the senior girl at BHS new137h.p.
h
: Six is available in all 18 models.
with highest scholastic average in commercial

subjects; !

aid Received course; certificates after completing a first lei With- ![i..::ew\.Thunderbird: : : ::: styling: tI j

Canvassed motels and restaurants during the .
I II
Mother's March for polio donations; t the Ice Cream of .

Has a chairman for the Industrial Home in I The new '56 Ford looks like the Thunderbird! {

Ocala and works closely with the county juvenile You'11 find the same graceful lines the same 1
'
counselor in providing the personal touch which partY. long,silhouette. ..the same dashing appear

means so much to girls committed to the home. ,.;,, i, ,, ance styling which helped the fabulous Ford ,

The local BPW Club was the first group in the QUAY( Thunderbird to win America's heart. 1
-
community to campaign for home mail delivery ( i

for Starke. and conducted part of the sur'e'smade .with. .
new>
Lifeguard DesignRr 1
several years ago for this purpose. everyday enjoyment I
All of these are worthwhile services that would .

either have to be performed by someone else, or Ever}body loves ice: cream. t .. Ford's new Lifeguard features are: a new deep- -
that would go undone if it were not for the Quality wise folks love '56, Ford brings you the greatest safety news center design steering wheel, to act as a cushionin I.

Business and Professional Women's Club. Superior. It's real ice cream a generation. Lifeguard Design. In cooperation in event of accident. double-grip door locks .
with universities medical associations and to reduce chance of doors opening under shock
,
So here's a salute to the working \
women during -the best in town! Next
the week set aside for their I safety experts, Ford learned the cause of most 'V optional padding for control: panel and sun
recognition. And it time, enjoy Superior qual-
,serious visors to help lessen injuries .
injuries in accidents. To provide extra optional seat i
should be remembered, too, that most of ity-for better food better
them belts to help
protection against these hazards Ford developed keep occupants in seats.
manage to make a home, even while putting in fun. Sold at local stores. .
the new Lifeguard features described *
at right. v.4. ,
eight hours a day at their jobs. Wonder how Served in finest homes! a :: I, .' f
many men could do the same? But there is still more wonderful news! Ford Come In See the ,
brings you Thunderbird power in a modern deep- t
;
YuW ii.I' w_,.,1L.JtuFWXYlumunW.e. '. yy IlMU"Im MYnW''..'IL,1: 1,116...we".."...,,"."" "'. Coxti Cup block Y-8 Thunderbird beauty, too a ;', new '56 FORD t I{

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHEST. Pints rich new interiors. quality throughout.See .

E. L. MATTHEWS -.OWNER 1879 AND EDITOR KGal family*. it. try it. you'll agree the '56 Ford today. l
is the fine car at half the fine car price. 1

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ONE YEAR 3.00 SIX MONTHS 1.79
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1955 I

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'....T.T.TYYTYYYTYYYYTYYLAYTEY and Mrs. Luelle Tanner. of Mrs. Henry Wainwright on Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette of
TTTTTTTTTTTTTMMMMM Sunday evening guests of :Mr. Thursday evening. About 30 guests Valdosta, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond -

ILLEBy \( and Mrs. Claude Rowe were Mr. enjoyed this lovely affair. Williams of Jacksonville. /Get a fieac/sfart on day-long energy... shop AsP for ; /'
MAX and Mrs.. Vernon Rowe of Jack-: Mrs. B. E. Reddish spent sev-I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlton and
sonville, and Ben Rowe and Mrs. eral days of last week in Jack- son of Jacksonville spent Sunday
Sirs. c. B. ;Nolan By Sirs. Joyce T. Futch A. B. Baker and daughter of sonville with her brother and with the F. M. Cruce family. uflffR DRKEST b

&A"'A"'A" ', Starke. They all attended the sister-in-law, :Mr. and Mrs. Ray! Norman Hamilton, who is em-
jLALALALLAAALLAAAALLAABirthday evening services at the, First Dorman. I. ployed in Jacksonville spent the
Supper Honors Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynolds of Baptist Church. Mrs. John Shuford and son, weekend with his parents, Mr. and -: > "'-
Son Jacksonville spent the weekend Miss Arthurine Blanchard of : .w"erlr.eal$ {c0I "J::
Father And Dave, had as weekend guests Mr. Mrs. H. H. Hamilton. Norman ft.: ;>
with Mrs. Reynolds parents, :Mr. ,
evening Sept. Jacksonville spent the weekend .
On Wednesday and Mrs. Joe Shuford and familyof visited Grady Varnes at the State .
Copeland, Mrs. and Mrs. R. W. Mosely Sr. with her sister Miss Enza, and
14, Mrs. Gladys St. Augustine, and Mr. and Farm on Saturday evening. ,
Mrs. Earl Can- to that L.' father, A. 11. Blanchard. v'I- .
Henry Griffis, and We are sorry report Mrs. Phil Shuford of Palatka. Guests at the home"of irr. and
non entertained with a birthday P. Rafuse is a patient in Doctor's i }Ofr, and Mrs. Drew Reddish and last
iMrs. L. P. Rafuse Saturday
C. S. and Rev.
supper at the home of Mrs. Lealej Hospital. Starke. We wish for young son of Starke visited J, H. Bently Livesay Bertha ,
Mrs. Stuckey
night were
their father Col- him Moore Sunday afternoon. or Birmingham, Ala. were over- SULTANA BRAND
a
Harris, honoring speedy recovery Mrs. Bill Benson, and Mr. and
night guests of the H. B. Arwoodslast
on Johns and brother Hershell Misses Judy, Betty and Frankie Mr. and Mrs. Preston Green, Mrs. Joe Raulerson, all of Jack- L..
Johns. After the supper, pictures! Wainwright of, Jacksonville owners of Preston's Sundries, are Tuesday. sonville. and
father and son. vacationing this week in Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starlingof
were made of the were weekend guests of their Virginia.J. Rev. E. D. Boyer of Tampa is PORK BEANS
Twenty-two guests enjoyed the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. E. Wall,of Starke is taking care Highland were Sunday dinner visiting his son-in-law and daughter v e :.
nice gifts of their business while guests of the Joe Starling family.
occasion and several Wainwright.Mr. they are Mr. and Mrs. W. Fred Moore.
away. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt visited
were received. and Mrs. Frank Lyles were ,Rev. Boyer was a former pastorof -
Mr. relatives in this week-
and Mrs. Dan Ocoee
Harley and
Cake Sale PlannedThe attending to business in Gaines- the Lawtey Baptist Church.
Willing Worker's Club met ville children Elaine and Tommy, Carol end. !! ,se, 1-lb Cans
Thursday afternoon, Sept. 15, at on Saturday.Bridal Shower Fay Bradley, and Charles Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hamilton (* : ,4 39C

the home of Mrs. C. B. Nolan,, Mrs. Mendie Thompsen and went skating in Gainesville, Fri- spent the weekend with Mr. and S ys o1 A'P!
day evening. Mrs. Tom in Jacksonville.Mr. .
their sponsor. The girls completed Whaley
Mrs. Carl Griffis gave a bridal .7otoOStJe666
plans for the cake and sweet shower honoring Miss Peggie Mit- A miscellaneous shower honoring and Mrs. L. A. Smith of -.
.
sale they held Saturday, after chell at the home of Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Raymond Williams, form- Marietta were visiting the E. J. Iona
erly Miss << Fancy J il f r I I'
Settle
which punch and cookies were Milo Smith on I Durban, was given Raulerson family on Sunday. .
Saturday evening.
served. Mrs. Harry Padgett and by the ladies of the W.S.C.S. of Weekend guests at the home 1.lbCan
Miss Mitchell received use
Mrs.' D. J. Parrish were co-host- ful and lovely gifts. The many hostesses the Methodist Church, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban were I CUT BEETS 10C

esses. Girls attending were JoAnn served delicious punch, chicken
Parrish, Jean Harris, Shirley salad and cookies.

Higgenbotham, Carolyn Chilson,, The Collie Griffis family, and
Patty Parrish Bonnie Padgett, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Griffis of i\\ Our Own Blend

Edith Copeland, Mary Copeland,, Starke visited Collie Griffis in an For Only
Aileen Sweat and Gloria Cannon. Orlando hospital on Saturday. GOO.ojiEAR I TEA BAGS 48 39C
Visitors were Billy and Bobby They reported that Mr. Griffis is
Nolan and Alvin Padgett.
progressing nicely at this time. t
Mrs. Marion Wilkinson and The Revival at the First Baptist
daughters of St. Marys' Ga. spent Church, under the direction ofEvangelist I TRADING FAIR x Red Heart
the weekend with Mrs. Jack Wilkinson !' <
Marvin Faile, is con- '
at Clay Hill and were vis- tinuing through this week. The 4lwlbCans 41C
itors at the Maxville. Baptist music is being supervised by Mr. GFOOD F

Church Sunday School. and Mrs. Tony Gonzales of Starke. 'AI .. ;. YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES ARE WORTH
Jack Wilkinson and son Marion Come and enjoy the fellowshipwith } '!1
and Supt. Long from Green Cove us. ANN PAGEKetchup IONA Yellow Cling Sliced

Springs joined Mr. Wilkinson'sson Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sllcox and
MORE 2 14-oz bot 35c Peaches 29-oz can 27c
Jimmy in Atlanta Ga. last son, of Starke were Sunday eve-
weekend for the football game. ning guests of Mr. and Mrs. SWANSON Boneless Chicken MISSON INN Unpeeled

The Maxville Baptist Church George W. Roberts Sr. ML Fricassee 14-oz can 35c Apricots 2 1-lb cans 35c
Choir entertained Friday night, Visitors at the home of Mr. and WHEN YOU TRADE FORSuperCushions Nutley
Sept. 16 with a social. Song Mrs. Troy Bennett during the SILVER SKILLET Corned
service was enjoyed by all after week were Henry Bennett of Jack- Beef Hash Mb Can 23c O House lb 19c
which refreshments were served.Mr. sonville and Mrs. Johnnie Bennett GOOOjiEARTUBELESS White
and Mrs. Lynn Harris are, and children of the State Farm. A&P Chunk StylePineapple Milk 3 tall cans 35c

the proud parents of a new baby Miss Charlotte Tanner, who is I 2 N o. 2 cans 45c IONA Plain
or Self-Rising
girl, Nancy Carol. employed in Jacksonville, spent _
The Maxville Civic Club met the weekend with her parents, Mr.annour.cement DELUXE Sunnyfield Long Grain Flour 5 lb bag 35c

Tuesday Sept. 20, at 10 a.m. Rice 3 lb pkg 43c Fresh Wisconsin CHEDDAR
Plans made to hold their that we would car- .
were
formal opening Friday evening. ry a column of Maxville: news each / Tide giant pkg 67c Cheese Ib 43c

Oct. 14, at which time they will week. Those sending in subscrip-

serve a chicken pilau supper. Mrs.tions Ella during Carter the past Mrs. week Hattie ware Nol-: t R AD E K 0 W We need your old tires now-to recap and sell as Winter
several
also have guest
They will an. Joe Lucas. D. J. Parrish, Sid- k\\ We'll bal'' the un- New Treads. So you'll find ui ready to trade on the most THRIFT TAGGED 'SUPER RIGHT MEAT
speakers. ney Harris W. F Bell. Miss Deb- mileage an Jour generous terms in town! Come in this week and change
Everyone is invited to come to bie used Iti... over to tubeless while our big trading fair is on! You'll get
the Maxville Civici Club this Sat- Phillips, Drew Wilkinson, Dan old< tireS plus a ft'l stronger, safer quieter tires-and we'll buy every mile leItaliowance

urday night and eat hot dogs and Parrish Lealer ,Harris Mrs. Lucille Mrs. Lelamae Griffis Mrs.Car- for JOur in your present tires. Come to the fair! "Super-Right" Grade "A" Dressed & Drawn Fat Tender

hamburgers. We will begin sell- ter, and W. A. Sparkman. Lull' 014 tub EASY TERMS: AS LOW AS $1.25 A WEEK S Lb
Ing at 5 o'clock and it will last The
Telegraph appreciates this YOUNG HENS 45C
until 9 a.m. show of interest on the part of MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND
Worker's' Club
The Willing residents of Maxville and hopes
i
takes this opportunity to thank that our new readers there will 6L lM'fWM'III 'WI
Mrs. Laura Chilson, Mrs. Gazelle cooperate with our correspondent. ri "Super-Right Smoked Boneless Sugar-Cured
Sweat, Mrs. Kathleen Nolan, and Mrs. c. B. Nolan, so that she can SERVICE STATION
:Mrs. Opal Hill for helping them send in a newsy column. each U GOOD'JAN/S Lb
with their Sweet Sale which was week. Mrs. Nolan will also be SEEBER D. mIANJ".a BOSTON BUTTS 49C
at the Civic
held last Saturday glad to take subscriptions from I
who u s. 301 at South City i Limits
anyone would like to receive -
Club.Mrs.. Louise Horne of Jackson- the Telegraph' through the mail I -:: Starke, Fla. Florida Grade "A"
Griffis each
ville visited Mrs. D. B. week. d1 -
Saturday afternoon. She will -- (Dressed and Drawn) Lb

leave to join October her husband 12 for Madison, who la, Wis.sta- 1 1Pw.a. I F RYER E S 43C

tioned there with the Air Force.

Mrs. Horne is the daughter ofMr ofIaxville. Announcing "Super-Right" Cap't John French 10-oz Pkg
Coleman
and Mrs. Francis
ew Of '

Mr.In and.Jacksonville Mrs. Francis Saturday Colemanwere fora SPARE 'RIBSLbP33C cKS 35C

short visit with their soninlawand
and Mrs. Buddy "Super-Right" Fresh Pure Pork Lean
daughter, Mr. -- "Super-Right" FRESHLY GROUND
< Browning.Miss .... x.,; \ BREAKFAST

Planning Debbie Meeting Phillips of attendedthe Sunday SAUSAGE Lb 49C H'BURGER 3-lbs 9 .00

School Workers at Middleburg. tor'bb!
week.
Thursday night of last I -
We are very proud of our s t Allgood Brand Sugar-Cured SLICED LARGE

school been grounds cut and since cleared the away.It grass. 1-lb Pkg Lb
has '
59C
BACON 41C SHRIMP
certainly improves the looks of it

the school very much. *:,
Friends of Mrs. Gladys Copeland I
will regret to learn that she ro II
.
mother, 1v .Vp b. -
of her
is ill at the home I / _
Mrs. Lealer Harris.Mr. Detergent %
and Mrs. Edwin Knight an- SURF large package 30c
arrival of a baby
nounce the With Face Cloth

daughter, Patricia Dianne. Bask- BREEZE regular package 31c
Members of the Baldwin iBool'''
etball teem from Maxville are JoAnn 3 I For Dishes

Parris Minnie. Coleman LUX LIQUID 12-oz bottle 39cIt's
Virginia cannon FRESH WESTERN ITALIAN
Evelyn Coleman.

and Patsy Smith. member of BlueRINSO large package 30e Lb 1 OC
Bonnie Harris is a Exciting new f"ndionalstyling drawl PRUNES
band For The Laundry
School
the Baldwin High + all eyes to the finest truckson
this year. She plays the clarinet. the American road-new For da I "ALL" DETERGENT 21-oz pkg 39c
The Maxville Congregation Holiness Cashmere SWEET

in conducting a revival this .. .. BOUQUET 3 regular bars 25c Lb
POTATOES 7C
week and next and would like for Deodorant

everyone to attend. Rev. Frank DIAL SOAP 2 large bars 35c
Thomas Church of Jacksonville is Firm Golden RIPE

the Mr.pastor.and Mrs. Simeon Phillipswere r Cashmere BOUQUET 2 bath bars 25 BANANASFresh Lb 1QC

weekend guests of Mrs. Phil- Dedodorant
lips' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alec DIAL SOAP 2 small bars 25c STRING

returned Sumner to in Palatka Starke. Monday Mrs. Phillips morn- Now Most horsepower per dollar Gerber's FOOD Strained 3 bars 29c BEANSSEEDLESS Lb 19CBABY

ing where she is employed.Mr. Shortening
and Mrs. Randolph Crosby. .
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis and SPRY 3.lbcan 87c Lb
NEW More horsepower in every model Sunshine Hydrox GRAPES ISC
daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Griffis and daughters were dinner \ .up to 26% more! Every engine Short Stroke! No other truck gives you COOKIES 7-oz pkg 23c Red Delicious
guests at the Morris House in i -' all of these 56 features Burry's GoldenVANILLA
Macclenny Sunday. NEW Bigger capacities! New Driverized Cabs! WAFERS 8-oz pkg 21c APPLES Lb IS'

The Maxwell Baptist Sunday NEW// 8-ft. "H-ton" Express for bulky loads.
features
New lifeguard !
safety
School to have '
was very proud Also, 6fft. Pickup. GYW 5,000lbs0
103 attending classes last Sunday Jane Parker Famous "13 Egg Recipe" downy light :- .. ..""
NEW Deep-center Lifeguard steering wheel :''
/1
NEW New look"! I
styling new "leadership
,
morning, and just hope that all helps protect driver from steering column. '
will come back again this Sun- \,lOver 280 models, from Pickups to BIG JOBS! Only Ford has it! No extra cost. I

day.Simeon: NEW Lifeguard door latches give added protection ANGEL FOOD 3"9fl" 'iJi
Phillips was a business Now' choice against doors jarring open in an accident. Extra
visitor in Lake Butler on Mondayof ,-----v.1 56 Ford Trucks give you a I Inrllal"ly
this week. I of seven Short Stroke Y-8's and a Short NEWS 12-volt ignition for better starting,better 0Spca1b
performance, greater electrical reserve. _
Stroke Six. Horsepower increases to
up
Mrs James Waters and familyof
Lawtey were visitors in Ma.xville 26%. More power to get you rolling faster, NEW"Special"Y-8 engines with exclusive hood SO / I
air 4-barrel carburetor and dual exhaust a46wqct'I ll9/f.f
.last Sunday and attended eve- save you time all the way! More horse- system scoop. for extra power and performance!
ning services at the Maxville Bap- power per dollar than any other truck line
tist Church. 1_ -proved by comparisons of net horse NEW/ Tubeless tires run 25 cooler, give extra
k' mileage! Standard on every Ford Truck! Jane Parker BLUEBERRY Jane Parker PEACH STREUSSEL
Miss Gloria Higginbotham of p power and suggested list prices of all trucks!

Mrs.Jacksonville Leslie Sweat is visitng and her family mother.fora Compartf- of stokes shows l...ew. Driterizcd Cabs with fullwrapwindshields duty Sodium-cooled engines operate exhaust as much valves as 225"in heavy-cooler! PIE 8-inch Size/ 49C pj| E 8-inch Size 49C I II

few days. how much piston travel is cut driving strain. New Lifeguard H.EWI!Fu11-wrap windshield standard on all cabs. I
Miss Debbie Phillips was a visitor saved gine. Result by Short: less Stroke frictionen-, features give you protection youcan't New full-wrap Tear window at low extra cost. ,j

guest in of Lawtey her brother on Tuesday and as sister-the less*ear,more blepower. Ford Trucks get in any now other, at your truck Ford! See Dealer's the new! F.ea. ,,,,,,? ,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,?? ,,,, ,,,, Prices in this ad effective through :

inlarr.. and Mrs. Griff Phil- Saturday, September 24 !f.

lips. Open Until 9 PJVL Every Friday Night :
Telegraph Subscriber* ON DISPLAY TODAY-SEE YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD FORD DEALER t
Thirteen new names have been M* IIM 4JUIU fttuit II* ItafMI 412 Call St. Starke Fla.r ;

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Woman's Club I Edwards-High...... :! I IT Mrs. Lamar Crosby V eichelHearstMr. Woodmen CircleThe I lat I home for ten days after gradu-

Starts New Year -- Is Shower HonoreeMrs. I II ating with honors at Scott Field,

Supreme Forest Woodmen rut He is due4o report to Das
With Fine a
ProgramThe Lamar Crosby was honored I Circle will meet in the W.O.W. Monthan A.F.B., in Tucson. Ariz

Starke Woman's Club held [Thursday afternoon of last week HaD Tuesday night, Sept 27. Mrs. on Oct. 1.Richard.

of the club [with a miscellaneous shower T C. Chastain, president, will L. Barton A 2-C, son
its first
meeting year '
on Wednesday afternoon of last [given by :Mrs. Mary E. Wynn !.preside.. All members are urged to of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Haynor, was
Mrs. Ara Moitt, Mrs. Wesley An- ({be present. The nominating committee home last weekend from his base
[week with the president, Mrs. C.
Gladys MootyPhone drews, Mrs. J. M. Edwards, Mrs. I will report on officers .at Elgin Filed.
L. Scholl presiding.Mrs.
35 :T Ed Prevatt, Mrs. P. S. Denmark, (selected for the new year begin- :at Eglin Field. -
Scholl made an announcement -
1 Mrs. Leona English, Mrs. Millie Ining Oct. 1.Recent Our
II I IIII I .,,, I "jL at the request of L. H. Gib- 4 Fogg, and Mrs. Austin Winkler. little town is constantly
son, school supervisor, urging showing signs of progress Aside
In to avail themselves of the The delightful affair was held from all the lovely new homes.
Wed Texas adults
Recently Birth
in the American Legion Hall which I I the
adult education opportunities be- past year has brought about
was gayly decorated for the occas- I
1 offered at the present time. other changes for the better too
being sion with tall baskets of white Mr and Mrs. Willard Williams
Ewell Lawson, house chair- For instance, there is that lovely
Mrs. t and pink gladioli against a back- announce the birth of a daughter -
s man, asks everyone wishing to > ground of greenery. The refresh- I Helen Rachel on Sept. 12 new store building now occupied
the club house. to contact her by Redfearn's Electrical appliances : -
use ment table was lovely with a lace I in Alachua General Hospital.
so she can eliminate conflicts. The 9 and Ducky's Dept. Store
cloth and centered with pink rose
two following motions were made buds in a crystal bowl. Balancingthe i iyl f......................' 'No. 2. We have a fine new
and approved: Mrs. K. G. Duncan, restaurant, the Lazy Susan, and
arrangement were crystal
moved that each retiring Presi- Phr the Beauty Shop is in a new build
: holders with burning white tapers..
of ing. O. M. Webb's 5c to $5
dent submit a written report At both ends of the table were Keystone HeightsAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAA :
achieved dur tore opened up in the Wiggins
the worthy projects
K crystal bowls around which fern,
to be '- Building this past summer. and
ing her term of office, pub- intermingled with coral vine, wa
lished in the local paper. Mrs.J. Y : 7 I last Winter, Keystone Motors put
The and
arranged. lovely
,,;; many
W. Kincaid moved that the club : up their sign on Lawrence Blvd
I i I useful gifts were on display on .- I Club Elects Officer In the next
I donate $25 toward the expense Mr. and Mrs. James Maurice L:lace covered tables. 'I Saint William's Catholic Club!! building we have that
I of the president's trip to Miamito of the and Mrs. E C Weichel Jr i euphoneous combination of Tucker
Edwards Starke announce Mrs. Eunice Wilson, Mrs. C. R. '' held in the I I
its September meeting 1& PTucker
attend the State board meet- engagement of their daughter |[of Keystone Heights announce the Tucker's Upholstery
Tillman, and Mrs. Margaret Blank- ': .Recreation Hall on Wt'd.1esday.1 & Fabrics and
|engagement of their daughter Shop PluckersElectric
Oct. 5 6. to James Mor-
ing, Carolyn Eugenia, I
H enship had charge of the Sept. 14, at 8
games p.m. Shop. Both
Barbara Ann, to Marvin T. Hearst, I shops were
The program, under the first gan High, son of :Mr. and :Mrs.
Tt. and prizes were won by Mrs. Al- son of Commander and Mrs. Ray Plans were made for spriggingthe new this summer. In the spring.
Nor- J. of Clarkton N.
vice-president, Mrs. A. R. Thomas High Miss
Lee
bert Crosby and church
Sylvia yard on Saturday, we got a new
will be Hearst, also of Keystone Heights. newspaper the
C.
Date of
in Mrs. Kate the wedding
man, was charge of
Paulk. After the games, the the 17th.
I group Miss Weichel graduated from i weekly Lake Region Leader with
"The announced later.McKinneyWall
Sheppard, and the theme, joined in singing with Mrs. Dave 1 The
Melrose High School in the class president, George Schaeffer an office in the Stewart Building
Club Woman," was used. :Mrs. I Paulk at the II
piano. expressed the thanks and And
of 1954. Mr. Hearst also graduated appreciation I we are all proud of our
Edward A. Hall served as narra- Presiding at the punch bowls of the to Jim
School
from Melrose and is at present group addition. Last year, we hada
tor during the modeling, showing were Mrs. Andrews, Mrs. Moitt, 'Gaboardi for the beautiful signto fine
': I attending the University of Flon- new, modern lunch room
ways and means of improving the 4fA" Mrs. J. E. Sherwood, and Mrs. da. '! be erected in the front of the and this year two new classrooms

s personal appearance of the Club Denmark. Assisting in servingwere I j Iriest.Griffis |church, and for the repairs on I.have been added. Another good

Woman. Mrs. J. W. Andrews III, Mrs. Prevatt, Mrs. Fogg, i ivr other equipment. Other plans were I sign of progress is reflected in the
gave an interesting and informa- Mrs. English, Mrs. Winkler, Mrs. made for beautification of the building of churches and additions

tive talk on improving the health Edwards, and Mrs. Wynn. -. I IIV interior and exterior of the church. I to churches. St. Ann's Episcopal

and figure. Miss Kay Rowland, The honoree was presented witha : I The 50-50 Club election for j I Church was new last fall, and last

under the direction of Mrs. An- full set of bed linens from her .' .1 ..... 'I September was held and G. O- December work was begun on St.William's ,
s drews, executed some exercises hostesses.
White of Jacksonville was elected Catholic Church. New
recommended to improve the figure Approximately 35 guests attended v .fiMr president.Date educational
buildings
i are being
A3'r' : and health. Ruby John Beau- this delightful affair.
Of the next meeting will be built: in addition to the First
--t : ty Salon presented two models, set later. Baptist Church and the Community -
Mrs. E. B. Searing and Mrs. H. Christian Church Therei11 be another lawn Church.

H. Adams, demonstrated by fac- Circle party Saturday morning, Sept. 24, Not to be overlooked is the new

ials the proper creams and make- MeetingsCircle at St. William's .Church, and all Geneva Builders Pnc. in the new
up to individual types of skin and t the children and the
men of parishare building between McElrath's andStuckey's.
1 of the First Christian
coloring to make the "Club Woman" invited to attend. A lot was .
I | And this week Monday
Church met Tuesday evening at --
more attractive. accomplished last week, and perhaps the first shovel-full
the home of Mrs. Dan Harley, Jr, of
I The Lady Fair Beauty salon in Lawtey with nine members and I more can be done this week. ground was turned over in a

presented Mrs. Maxie Carter and four visitors present.Mrs. 'There will be free Cokes and free ground-breaking ceremony to mark

Mrs. Maria C. Cruz of San Antonio- Texas announces the recent Mrs. Robert Green, modeling the Albert Newman presidedat l |I sun-tan for all. the beginning of the new Keystone
latest hair styles, featuring the The Altar of St. Wil-
:marriage of her daughter, Carmen Ramirez, to-Ted Wayne Edwards, the business meeting, when il Society State Bank. Key Sargent is build-
smooth and easy-to-manage style liam's Catholic Church will holda
3-c of Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Edwards of Starke and the was voted to send sunshine bask ing the bank building.WAIMVRIGHT .
Airman son Mrs.
for the busy club woman. bake sale on Saturday, Sept.
ets to shut-in members. Mrs. L
State Farm. Kate Sheppard, Mrs. Hogan 24, at the office.
[ post : EXPRESSES
Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney J. Kite, Jr. had charge of the de
The bride is a graduate of Sidney Lanier High School and a stu- Smith, Mrs. Lily Bridges, Mrs. of Graham announce the engage- votion. Because the new building is not THANKS TO VOTERSI

dent of Durham Business College in San Antonio.Mr. A. R. Norman, Mrs. J. W. Kin- ment of their daughter, Emily. The hostess served refreshments i entirely completed, it was necessary -
Edwards is a graduate of Bradford High School, class of 1954, caid Mrs. M. W. Cressler, Mrs. C. Yvonne McKinney to Johnny Edward -! during the social hour. to call off the Sept. PTA I \\ to take this opportunityto

and is now a technical instructor at Lackland Air Force Base. J. Houpt, Mrs. J. A. Griffin and Wall II, son of :Mr. and Mrs.J. : and Mrs. S. F Griffis of!meeting this week. At the pres- express my appreciation to my
,
Mrs. Edward Hall modeled fall E. Wall, Jr. of Starke. I Circle 2 met at the home of Starke announce the marriage of ent time, :Mrs. Jones is of neces- friends for their support in the

c costumes from Leila's Dress Shop The wedding will take place Mrs. Ed Prevatt with seven members their daughter, Gloria, to ErvinS. sity holding her classes in the City Election of Sept. 13. Also,

BPW Club Hears ; Birthday Dinner showing the many varied styles this weekend at Folkston, Ga. I i and four visitors present. Triest, son of Mr. and Mrs. school auditorium. It would be at this time, I would like to thank
and colors suitable for different The devotion was by Mrs. Roy Sidney E. Triest of Theressa, almost impossible to hold a meet-
Rep. Doyle ConnerOn For Mrs. F. D. KeyMrs. type's of figures and coloring of Garden Club Vard.; Mrs. Clyde Colson pre- which was an event of Aug. 2 in ing in the Auditorium without dis- the citizens of Starke for the

the wearer. Suits, daytime; cot- sided over the business meeting. Folkston Ga. rupting her "classroom," so it honor of having served you in the
ReapportionmentBradford F. D. Key was delight-
fully surprised at a birthday din- tons and afternoon dresses with Will See Film Plans were made for a social Mr. Triest is employed with was thought best to call it off. office of Mayor for the past six

County Representative ner party given in her honor Mon- matching accessories and costume,On Fabulous Florida party Sept. 30 on the church lawn. Triest Plumbing Co. in Keystone It was going to be an oldfashioned years. To my successor, I wish l
to the Starke jewelry were featured. Refreshments were Heights. Mrs. Triest is employedat picnic and communitysing -
Doyle. Conner spoke day evening by her husband enjoyed dur supper to extend every good wish for a
Business and Professional Women's Durell Key. Miss Joan Furlong played back- The Starke Garden Club will ing the social hour. B. T. Thomas' restaurant.Mr. and we hope we won't needto and admin- 1\
successful progressive
Club Monday night on the timely The party was held at the J & J ground music during the paradeof hold its first meeting of the, fall. Mrs. L. J. G--;: and Mrs. Triest are making disappoint anyone again. istration. Sincerely,

subject or Reapportionment. He Restaurant on 301, where their models. Numbered pamphletswere at a covered dish supper in the 1 were in Jacksonville and son, Arch,', their home in the Knight houseon I Leslie Ridaught, A 2-C, son of -J. R. Wainwright
and I given to the members and 1 Monday. 301 North. Mr and Mrs. Harold is
explained the effect on large table was centered with seasonal Parish House on Church street, Highway Ridaught, I

small Bounties and gave his views flowers. Following the dinner, guests as they arrived and the .Monday night, Sept. 26, at 6:30 .!L -
with his reasons for them. Ques- the honoree was presented with lucky number was drawn by Mrs. o'clock. "'-

tions were asked and a more complete the traditional birthday cake and A. Z. Adkins who received the I During the program, Mrs. Marian -

picture of the situation was lovely gifts. 'door prize.The Howe will show a colored mov-] II IIi

gained as a result. many Enjoying the occasion with Mr. club house was attractively]I ing picture entitled, "Fabulous NOW OPEN FOR SERVICE AND YOUR INSPECTION
decorated for the meeting with "
President Mildred Doyle ex- and Mrs. Key were Mr. and Mrs. I Florida produced by the State
fall flowers and autumn leaves.
Commission.All .
plained that the group plans for Brad Locke, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Advertising
National Business Women's Week Ritch John Jordan of Alachua, Approximately 55 members and 18 members are urged to be .

from Sept. 25 through Oct. 1. The Mrs. Shellie Hall, and Raymond visitors attended. present to receive their new yearbooks ? ::", .', :._:" '. ;. l
club will attend the Episcopal Guertin. Serving as hostesses for the : /,,''' :' \): ;{i:
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Church in a body Sunday morningand meeting and serving refreshmentswere Hostesses for the evening will, -.." '" ":;:
members are asked to meet New River WMU Mrs. J. H. Dupre, Mrs. J. R. be Mrs. V. V. Hazen, chairman, :: .

at the Church at 10:45 a.m. Tues- Kelly, Mrs. M. F. Brown, Mrs. Mrs. J. D. Seymour, Miss Della; LF

day Mrs. Doyle and Mrs. Marion Rally Date Is Set Frazier Shaw, Mrs. Robert Green, Rosenberg, Mrs. I. E. Clark, and I :i : ,' .." ,' '.: ; :. ,. L 1,.:. : S;
Howe will appear on the Starke .Mrs. George Kopelousos, Mrs. Mrs. Paul Raymond. > .- ', "--, ."" .<. ,.-'- >"' "
radio giving information about The New River Baptist Women's I Foster Shi Smith. Mrs. L. D. Vin- \ ; (.-, '; .-'if

BPW Clubs. A dinner will be held Missionary. Union will hold its ing, and Mrs. F. B. Beard. Recent BirthsDoctor's -, : .', ...M .

annual rally at the Kingsley Lake f. .
Thursday evening with Mrs. Marguerite t I I
Hall as honor guest. Mrs. Baptist Church on Friday, Sept. Heilbronn Club Hospital announces the .. ." .. .. '
Hall 30 at 10 a.m. Installation of officers following births: 'l. -----:-
was unanimously chosen by _
FilmThe
Sees Health
the club "Woman of The Week" for the coming year will] Mr. and Mrs, Henry Broskey of
take place at this time. Starke, a son, Henry Francis,
for her untiring work in various Heilbronn Home Demon- y "
All ladies and pastors of the Sept. 16.
community projects, as well as in stration Club met at the home of
New River Association are urgedto Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Crews of
her job as executive secretary for Mrs. T. N. Norman on Tuesday,
the Bradford County AmericanRed be present. Visitors are cordially Starke, a daughter, Deborah
invited. Sept. 13. Renee, Sept. 17.CALL .
Cross Chapter.Mrs. A short business session was

Lee Dunnavan and Mrs. the group enjoyed a film taken presidedover by the president, FOR BI1JS! t l

Ollie Scott of Green Cove Springs at a recent district meeting duringthe I Mrs. Lois Cox, after which an in the Sealed City bids Council will of be the received City by of

served delicious refreshments and social period. teresting film ont) health wassho.'Il Starke, Florida, at the City Hall in
Starke, Florida, until 8:00 o'clock
.-- by Miss Dorothy Ross. P. M.
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---- on Tuesday. October 4, A.D.,
On August 23, club membersmet i 1955 at which time and place alt
the home Mrs. Helen bids received will be publicly open'
of I
at ed and read aloud
for the purchase '. ,. '
Sapp to work on aluminum trays,, of one two-tOn truck, six or eight ..
cylinder, 825x20 10-ply tires, -
power -
A covered dish luncheon served '
was '
take-off with two-speed trans ';. -' :,
,
at noon.WSCS mission. One 1948 Ford truck to be ;i!;>. 'aT '" .. ,.{.4::.
:
,traded less body and hydraulic lift ......""..,.,,.,..,- ",..-.. ."". );'. .. .. .
which is to be mounted on new --

Football got off to a good start zalez are singing at a revival MeetingThe at chasis the, by City seller.Light Truck& Water can-be Plant.seen

last wt'ekendith about half of over in Lawtey this week .. see Starke, Florida.
general meeting of the The said City Council reserves
Ethel
Bradford following our Raymond is managing the the right to
County accept or reject any or
Gem Jewelry store Kitty Methodist WSCS was held at the all bids.
boys over to :Macclenny Friday Carter's church Monday afternoon at 3 CITY COUNCIL
Night Blooming Cereus
CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA Farmers Service
evening to see the BHS Tornadoes burst out with another blossom o'clock with Mrs. L. D. Green By Carl John, City Clerk. 66

trounce the Wildcats 20-0 beforea Monday night the second this presiding in the absence of the :2t 9/23

record crowd of over 1,200 year president, :Mrs. H. T. Godwin.An .

started making a list of those George and Maggie Miller drove interesting program on Korea i

who went to the game, but after son, Jack, up to Marion, Ala. over was given by Mrs. Eva Blair and
a decided it would be the weekend where Jack will finish -I Mrs. H. C. Ritch.

filling easier to page make a note of those i his senior year at Marion Mili-, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes .. "'" AT FARMER'S MARKET ON U. S. HIGHWAY 301

who didn't attend but anyhow tary Institute hear that the '
moved in from their Kingsley Lake COlTS BORN WrTM -nit
here's the list of those who bandmaster up there had a brand I
,
summer home this week. LAME LENGTH: LEGS AS HI WILT
went to the U. of F. vs Miss. State new clarinet waiting for Jack 1 ALWAYS HAVE.

game in G'ville Saturday after- happy to hear that Bill Mundy OPERATED BY CLYDE McCRARY

noon: James, Gladys and Jimmy returned home last Friday from I I

Hobbs, Seeber and Eloise Goodman St. Luke's where he was .confined --.z i .

S. G. Denmark, Peggy and for two weeks. I COLONIALFLORIST

Herb Thomas, Doyle Conner, Steve I I Noted that the Charles J. Woods

and Ruth Simmons, W. L. and I have moved into the Dan Moore '

Mildred Thigpen, Jerome Johns, house on Water St. and Mr. and ;

Calvin and Marie Houpt, Thelma Mrs. Rudolph Parrott and, small Phillips Try Phillips
and Monk Dinkins, Bobbie and son, and Mr. and Mrs. James P.

Buddy Strickland, Guy Sale, Comer Valentine and little daughter, all
PHONE 218FLOWERS
Ferryman, Buddy, Lillian and of Cross City, are occupying the 66 I Flight Fuel

Bish Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney two apartments at 119 and 123

Jackson, Virginia and Junius W. Madison Street both men (j)
Smith, Mae and Tommy Mer- 'I are engaged in the timber business Tires GasolineTubes

iereau, Mac :McGriff, Jimmy and near Blanding.

Martha Moore, Connie Knight and I Tom Slade entertained his Inter- Order jour Imprinted Christmas
iImediate I : and
Everett McKinney.The I Sunday School class at a: Cards :NOW at Bullington
on a good For All Occasions
majorettes put hamburger fry and get-together
Green, drum majorette .j(Saturday night at his home on DISH Studio and Gift Shop. 20 percent and TropicArticAccessories
majorette mascot, GARDENS discount on cards ordered
Peggy Yancey, Kingsley Lake about 25 :mem-j
was cute going thru the same (berg enjoyed the affair Lois POTTED PLANTS before Oct. 15th. Order Now

prances as the bigger girls Beebe celebrated her 10th birthday -1, and Sa\e. Motor Oil

incidentally, Lu won a special at a hamburger fry for 12 POTTERY

award in twirling while attendingthe friends Saturday evening at her t

UnL of Miami band camp last II home on N. Water St. and I Flowers WiredAnywhere

summer and hear that JoAnn([Gloria Gibson celebrated her 5th (r

Smith Rowe, who was BIIS drum(birthday at a party for a few STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP !

majorette the past four years, is'friends on Sept. 21 .

one of the six majorettes up at So long See ;you at the Nona St. Starke YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED ,
the UnL of Ga. this
year. game tonight .. I _. .
Noted that Tony and Mae Gon- -Carolyn ",.,. ". __. ':. .'._. ,. I 1

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t tssssts st5tsssJ-sssssss-ssr rrr s-i-tsr r trace Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwrightof Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F. SmithJr. Xotlce T. Appear '1:Ith Street. Xiles Michigan. complaint m the Plaintiff Attornejrald This notice "shedifr
weekend and of DeFuniak To: William Martin Howard, whose Y ou are hereby notified that a suit '> P.. Hart. .!02 Smith Building .. earn week f'r four v..ecutive
Hollywood were guestsof son, Larry .
residence and address is: 3830 How for divorceas Jd"k..nnll. Florida ,:weekin thr Bradford C"iln'.* Ti'lr-
:Mr. and Mrs. J. R Wainwright.The Springs spent the weekend visit- ard Road Richmond. Virginia. h been filed against you in the ,and fur the original in the office graph.
Wainwrights also had as ing Mrs. Smith's brotherinlawand You are hereby notified that a a,bove named Court and cause and of the Clerk of the Cirvuit Court on ated this10 day of September,
suit for divorce and restorationof y ou are required to serve a copy of I or before the 17 day of October I 1955.
guests from Saturday to Thursday, sister, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. maiden same our answer or pleading to the I 1955: otherwise the allegation of Official Seal) Charles A. Dalbyl
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark of Davis, Jr., in Gainesville, and Mr. bas been filed against you in the c implaint on the Plaintiff Attorney I said Complaint will be taken as I clerk l of the Circuit Cou't
above I
named Court and cause and H. E. Nichols 309 Guaranty Life eonfe"ed by you. B> Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Miami. Smith's father, L. F. Smith Sr., you are required to serve a copy of Building. Jacksonville. Florida.
your answer or pleading to the ai nd file the original in the office I
Mrs. A. C. Durden, who had in Starke.
I[ C'lnDlaint on the Plalntiff'gAttorney ,
o f the Clerk of the Circuit Court onr
.-INTh NEWS been receiving treatments in St.Vincent's Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp of' Alan C. Winter, Jr., 508 Florida before the 17 day of October. '

hospital for a few days Camp Blanding had as Sunday Title Florida Building, Jacksonville 2. Si j >aid 155; Complaint otherwise will the be allegation taken as of I DID YOU KNOW jIT'S j

.1" .. I' I II I returned ,home on Sunday. Her evening guests, :Mr. and :Mrs. and file the original In the officeof e>nfessed by you. I
daughter Mrs. C. C. of Martin Oliver Mrs. J. B. Levensof the Clerk of the Circuit Court on This notice shall be published I
Friends ot P. D. Fancher Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Andrews and J Hoppe or before the ace each week for four consecutiveeeks ALMOST HERE ? I
will regret to hear that he is sr'j children of Wesconnett and Mrs.A. .!Tampa is spending a few days Plant City, Mrs. E. S. Oliver,i otherwise 24 day of the October allegations, 1955;of laid in the Bradford County Tele- I
with her mother and sisters, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs..A. J. Oliver and son,: g raph. I
fined to Alachua Hospital with L. Carr of Jacksonville were Complaint will be taken as confessed Dated this 14 day of September,
O. L. and Mrs. Bob of Jacksonville.Mr. by you. i i
Beasley J. w. 1'155.
heart condition.Dr. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.I This notice shall be publishedonce
Kincaid.Mr. and :Mrs. W. H. ThomsonJr. Official Seal) Charles A. Darby I
each week for four consecutive
and Mrs. A. A. Kartsonis of R. O. Dansby. Clerk of the Circuit Courty WINTER!
Jacksonville, were visiting Dr. and Word has been received that' and Mrs. Herbert Green and family spent the weekend'weeks TELEGRAPH in the BRADFORD COUNTY : Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I
and son, and Mrs. J. H. Fields with Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. Dated this 17 day of September. 9/16 4t 10/J
Mrs. P. G. Felos and other friends Mrs. L. F. Smith Sr., who under- -
spent several days last week with Christmas Portraits. Make your 1955. OTICE TO .PPER I
here on Sunday.Mr. went an operation recently at OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I FOR THE
at Bullington's.Mrs. II. Circuit ('ollrt, Bradford
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ford in appointment now County
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
and Mrs. C. V. Ingleright Duke Clinic has returned to the Florida In Chancery.olopeg .
Cocoa. Mrs. Fields remained with M F. Wiggins of New By Yvonne H. Norman. Dep. Clerk \ '
D> L. McBride Plaintiff.
their home her daughter, Mrs. Harry vs.
the weekend at of
spent 9/23 it 10/14
campon
her sister Mrs. Ford, until Thurs River was the Tuesday visitor of L ynwood W. McBride Defendant. SAFEST QUICKEST CLEANEST
the Santa Fe River near Fort Sellers in Brevard N. C. and expects etlre To Appear ,
Mrs. P. D. Reddish. NOTICE TO APPEAR
day of this week.
White. to return to Starke soon. (. Clrealt Coarto Bradford Ceaaty, Case N'o. 10-1199
Mrs. M. J. Hester and Mrs. R. I To: Lynwood W. M('): rlde. whose! HEAT YOU CAN HAVE
Mrs. Smith Devoe returned home Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Denny of : BAKE SALE Florida I. Clla.t'e"oGrady psidence and address is: ad3.Tl'
Sunday from Glendale Hospital in Vidalia, Ga. were overnight guests I G. Wilson and daughter, Betsy, of i I Members of the First Christian Allen Hicks Hicks, Plaintiff Defendant.vs. Margaret 01 U. S. Naval Air Station. Corpus I

Palatka where she underwent an Saturday of their niece, Mrs. F. Florence Ala. are spending three Church will hold a Bake Sale Case ,"0. 10-1213 .hristi ou are, Texas.hereby notified that a suit
,weeks with Mrs. Jessie I Notice To AppearTo
operation last week. M. Williams, while enroute to Young. Saturday, Sept. 24, in front ofDucky's. : Margaret Allen Hicks, whose for divorce. custody and control G-o G-a-s
I I Friends of Mrs. Kate Killings- mix residence and address is: Unknown. of minor children, etc I ,
Miami No cake or pie
Miss Patricia Peeler and Sam as been filed against! you in the
worth will regret to hear that she You are hereby notified that a I
of the F. last Just arrived new fall and used. All home-made. suit for divorce bove named fouri and <-ause and ,.
Renfroe. U.of were
has been confined to her bed with i ou are required to serve a "IIPY of
at has been filed against In the .
u inter Costume Jewelry, you
dinner of i the
Friday evening guests our answer or pleading t"
illness the past week. above named Court and causa and
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen. The Bullington's.Herb you are required to serve a copy of
Mrs. John Yates of Valdosta
dinner Thomas was in Pomona your answer or pleading to the
Cowens also had
as Sunday Ga., and Jack Sale of Blounts- 'CI.L FOR BIOSiniJITIONS complaint on the Plaintiffs 'M/1 :
business
guests Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Park on on Tuesday.Mrs. town *MI 4LTKHATIONSPOWF.R Attorney T. Frank Landrum. @ feEverybody's
I
Douglas of Jacksonville. C. D. Williams and Mrs.: were Sunday evening guestsof PUNT Starke, Florida. }
Mr. and Mrs. Sale. OF In officeof
L. D. Green are spending Wednes- Guy CITY and file the original the -
Tommy Gill returned for his STAUKK. FLORID.tELECTH the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
:Mrs. Donnie Moore Gaines-
day to Saturday in Tampa where of ICA L WORK ior before the &d / About
sophomore year at U. of F. on Mrs. Williams attended the WSCS ville spent the weekend with her SEALED PROPOSALS will be received 24 day of October, 1955; ({ Talking

Saturday. I sister, Mrs. J. B. Sapp. by the City Council City of otherwise the allegations of said mf'
j Seminar on Thursday.Sen. Starke Florida. until 5:00 P.M. Complaint will be taken as confessed cr;) ,
Mrs! David Scott of Atlanta is October I
Charley E. Johns is at- (Eastern Standard Time) on by yjou. ..
in visiting her daughter, Mrs. O. L. 7. 1955. for the Electrical Work This notice shall be published .,. I "
tending stockholders meetings for the City of l' .
at the Power Plant I once each week for four consecutive .
West Florida this week for the Haynes, Jr. Starke, Florida.All weeks In the Bradford County Tele- i f'l ,
I Glenda Starling spent the week- material and equipment fur- '!graph.
Co. of
Your Presidential Life Insurance I nished and all work performed Dated this 21 day of Sept., 1955. r J
Protect which he is president. end with her aunt, Mrs. B. Davis shall be In accordance with the I(OFFICIAL. SEAL) Charles A. Darby :N
and contract docu- Clerk of the Circuit Court
!in Waldo. specifications'
Among those from out of town
'ments pertaining thereto which may By Yvonne H. Norman Dep. Clerk
Right To Drive attending funeral services last I Mr. and Mrs. George Kuhnastof be examined at the office of the 9/23 4t 1014MTICB

Sunday afternoon for James Rob- Tampa were weekend guests City offices Clerk, of Starke.Reynolds.Florida Smith and and at i -. -, ,' _
/ the TO APPEAR iI -
Mrs. J. S. Blitch, orMr. and Mrs. Al Hartmann.I and Engineers 227
ert Kite were: Hillg, Architects ,In Circuit Court Bradford Count, I
, Drivers License and Auto Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Barnes, Mrs.I I Sarah Barton of Atlantais Park Street and, Jacksonville.specifications Florida.may be Florida Chancery.. ii

Patsy Swartz, Miss Winfrey Cur spending two weeks with her purchased Drawings from the above mentioned I vs.Robert E'ernlcenn Harry Campbell Campbell, ,Plaintiff Defend

, Tags will be suspended for tis, Miss Jeanetta Barnes, and son-in-law and daughter Maj. and Architects and Engineers Specificationsat for the ant. i
of $4.00 per set. I
sum Case N'o. 10-1147
Mrs. Calvin Martin all of Eliza- 1 Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, Jr. at Camp $%00 per copy and partial sets of I
Notice To Appear
3 years if ycu fail to comply bethton, Tenn., L. J. Kite, West Blanding. The Hatcher's will also plans at Fifty the Cents cost of(I printing.50) per, To: Bernice Ann Campbell whose "The only bill 1 don't mind

with Florida's new Financial Palm Beach, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. have as weekend guests, :Miss may sheet.be to cover purchased. General Con residence and address is: 1500 West paying is the one from CIIAS. I

Kite Jacksonville, :Mr. and Mrs. Betty Jane Henry of Atlanta. tractors who submit bona fide bids I
Dollar and children of I Frames for portraits and oil I II .and return the documents. .u >in_.> goodcondition '''4 C. SHEPHERD for repairingMy
Responsibility Law. See us Edmond F. will be reiunoru 111= "
FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S I television set.
( I I' for as many as two (2)
Cairo, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Ralph; paintings at Bullington's.I above cost I-
and specifications
, for the best Liability In- Collins Pelham, Ga., Mr. and Mrs.R. .I Rev. L. D. Haines is conducting I!complete if sets returned of plans within ten (10)

L. Montague, Gainesville Mr. a revival in Miami for two weeks. days after bids are received.
I I' executed by JUST ONE
bond properly
surance coverage. and Mrs. Robert Driggers and Hal ; Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy, !I I'the A bidder bid and by a qualified Surety -

Y. Maines, Lake Butler, Mrs.I Mr. and :Mrs. Eldon Hardy, and or a certified or cashier checkon FRIGIDAIREMade
in a sum
National Bank
Maggie Hodges, and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy were any than five (5%) per cent of General
not less only by
.U_ __I_I_I_Ie Stockton Milton, Macclenny, Mrs. in Tampa Monday attending the the amount bid, made payable to
of Starke. Florida. must Motors Corp. All other I
the City
Pauline Wilder and Mrs. Agnes Dodge showing. accompany each bid as a guaranteethat Electric ,
Refrigerators are
Klingberg, Jacksonville. Mrs. E. Mrs. L. D. Green Mrs. C. D. the bidder will not withdraw

H. C. Wall B. Hart Ocklawaha, E. B. Hart Jr. Williams and Mrs. HenriettaHunt .from bids.the and competition in the event after the openingthe contract ; made by other companiesand

Ageilcy Orlando Mrs. Alyce McPherson spent the weekend in Talla is awarded to the Bidder he cannot use the word 'I- Want to heat your home better
I' days there
(10)
Ocala Lt. Col. and Mrs. C. C. Mc-: : will. within ten Frigidaire.
hassee. Mrs. Green was visiting' and fur-
contract
after, enter Into : at less cost. with greater conven-
Alley Gainesville Dr. and MrsC. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pass, :Mrs. I nish the required bond falling
Phone: 146 which he shall forfeit deposit as ; ience? Then come in and let ustell*
K. Hayes, Madison Mr. and Hunt was visiting Mr. and Mrs. liquidated damages. The Bid Bond Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE you

Mrs. Bob Guthrie, Jacksonville Bernard Hunt in Bonifay, and Mrs. and Performance Bond are requiredto about Dearborn Area Heatl!
200 E. Call Street L. be secured from an agency of ? ?
Mr. and Mrs. A. Burgess, Williams attended the Wesleyan ,the surety or insurance

Ocala, and Joe Cason, Raiford. Service Guild meeting in Tallahassee which agency shall have companY'1
Millard Judd attended a meet- lished place of business in THEN SEE PRICED FROM 24.95 UP
and the
Stark Fla. on Saturday evening I of Starke and be duly licensed to
ing of State Farmers Market. Guild Seminar in Quincy on Sun-I conduct business therein. I
managers in Winter Haven last : Each bid shall be addressed to E. H. SMITHTenth
day. !I the City Council. City of Stark, I
weekend. I Dr. A. Y. Covington, Mrs. HughIngram I Florida marked "Electrical Work,
I i City of Starke Florida -
Power Plant. SLADE GAS CO.
-- and Mrs. Eustis :Mc- ." and be delivered to City and Temple Ave.
Knight attended the Tri-State con- Clerk, City of Starke. Florida

ference on Obstetrics and Pediatrics bidder either by who a shall representative obtain a of receipt the Starke, Fla. Starke, Florida

on Tuesday of last week at therefor or by registered mall with ------
BACK IN BUSINESS return receipt requested.The .
Beach. /
Daytona City reserves the right to n ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson and waive informalities in any bid; to -U ..
'reject any or all bids in whole or -"
daughter drove to Forsyth, Ga. on I lin part, with or without cause,
Monday where Pamela ) ntered and/or to accept the bids that in its
FENDER & BODY WORKS judgment will he for the best Interests -
I her freshman year at Bessie Tift j' of the City of Stark.. I
City Council,
College. I
of Starke, Florida. I AEtiOIPecan
Painting Free Estimates I Shi Smith who underwent a I City 9/23 2t 9/30

I major operation in St. Vincent's I I
In Th* County Judge' Court. land -
Outboard Motors and Lawn Mowers I hospital last Friday is getting..' For Bradford County 1-'lorld..1>I
along as well as can be expected. I In Probate.IN I
RE: The Estate of: I Ii
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Williamsand
Repaited i J. R. KITE,
family of Waycross, Ga. were Deceased.

Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. r NOTICE creditors TO of CREDITORSAll the estate of J.

Morris Williams and Mr. and Mrs. !R. Kite. deceased, are hereby notl-I

Newsome Paint & Body WorksState Jesse Newsome.Mrs. fled demands and required which to they file any may claimsor have I GrowersIt

: W. E. Middleton spent the against said estate. in the office of | .
I the County Judge of Bradford I
Road 100 South J. E. Newsome first of the week in Melbourne County Florida. in the Courthouse |,
visiting Mrs. W. Q. Dowling and at Starke Florida within eight >
calendar months of the date of the
P and Mr. and :Mrs. Earl :Middleton. I I I first publication of this notice. Each

G. J. McGriff Sr., G. J. :Mc- i claim must be in writing and must
state the place of residence and
Griff Jr.. and Chris ('am.U't're ;and postoffice address of the claim- is a known fact that the State of Georgia will have a short
crop
in New Orlean< from Sunday to'ant and must be sworn to by the

Tuesday .vhere they attended the (or claimant it will his become agent void, or his according attorney to I of Nuts this year. Consequently, your Nuts will probably net you

.
THEATRE of the 56 Mercury ::law.
dealers showing -
I
I I September 20, 1955. more cash money this year than ever before. So take full advan-
STARKE I (s) Louise H. Kite,
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan of I as administratrix of the state I of this situation.
tage
I of J. R. Kite, deceased. ,
Ovieda were weekend guests of i
September 23,
Dedicated To Service First publication: I
Community Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. Carrie 1955. 9/23 4t 10/14
For have Pecans will be
"Movk Are Better Than Ever" I II i many years we bought and buying
Ritch, and Miss Annie Darby. .

If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad I Mrs. D. E. Knight and Hollis V. I In Florida Circuit NOTICE la Court.Chancery TO Bradford APPEAR Coantr. them this year, next year, the next and right on. The word that I

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for.FREE. TICKETSSat. Knight Charles visited Knight Mr.in Gainesville and Mrs. I Maude William Eva Martin Howard Howard, Plaintiff., Defendant.vs. want to pass on to you is I have one of the best connections this year


., Sept. 24 Sun., Mon.,and Tues. Wednesday evening. I I I Case No. 10-1140 I for selling pecans that I have ever had. I know that you will be con-
I I
,, DOUBLE FEATURE Sept. 25, 26, 27 Ocala Mr. visited and Mrs.Mr. J.and P.:Mrs.Hazen M. F.j of j, d II I fronted with every kind of pecan buyer known of this year be-

Wise Bandits Beware Of ,: Hazen last Sunday. I I .1II1Ifl3L!' IIHt': ]! II cause of the short crop. By this I am including the fast, smooth talker -

.
Wild Bill Hickok I Mr. and :Mrs. Raymond Howe I I
\ ,
2OthC..foa P"4 i the with the dishonest scales and the that
.; Jr. and family ?>f St. Augustine R I guy man pats you on

1- minx 1ENKIFEa''b \ ,, spent the weekend with the I .F THE ATRlSTARKE ( the back with one hand and picks your pocket with the other. But

MENJONESLOVE senior Howe L FLA. remember this We do alone for liveli-
not depend
,I Miss Adele Scholl flew home -- on pecans our
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Saturday from Pocono Manor, hood, consequently, already being in business we do not have to pay
4 Pa., where she worked at a Sun., Mon., Tues. I

t. ISC hotel during the summer. She Sept. 25, 26, 27 any additional rent, hire any 'extra labor or have pther additional

at THREE BIG DAYS I
a- returned to her junior :year expenses.Add .
-
U. of F. on Monday.Mrs. .
DOUBLE FEATURE
-
"i: Merrill Edwards, Mrs. Alvin all of this together and see why it will pay you to sell your nuts to us. We need

I Howard and Mrs. Riley Was- Meet The Keystone I everyone that we can get. If you are running short on cash we will be more than

TheWeI.
t .. champ fighter.. Plus "Little Tinker" Cartoon and I Tuesday.Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bronson of Abbott and Costello I show you how straight we shoot we'll give you a deposit on them and pay you the

.1'$ '. thrill and Latest World News Tampa were weekend guests of -AND- market price at whatever date you would like to sell. Yes, you get the money NOW -
on a action
!Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish. just give us the nuts LATER.
&< AV. 31. CRESSLER Rogue CopWith
,' rampage Friends of Mrs. W. E. Thorntonwill I II
that she returned -I Robert Taylor and Janet
I Wed., Thurs.. and Fri. be happy to hear I ..

: Sept. 28, 29, 30GINGER home on Sunday from where St. Vincent'shospital she was Plus Color Cartoon Leigh for Children Our Scales are Government Inspected. We give you an invoice so that

k: confined .the past week.

; I :Mrs. W. H. Phillips and childrenof Wed., Thurs. Sept. 28, 29
/t.cho.4, wta S SEMllROBINSON Augusta Ga. were visiting Mr. DOUBLE FEATURE -I you can check our figures for error.

FISKE la \ I : and :Mrs. H. J. Waters on Wednes- Naked Alibi
'
WALTERS s day.Mr. With Sterling HaydenAND .
O"l"Ml...'... ; : and Mrs. Merritt Williamswere SEE .
.1.! by Pill -
h.ahIii v in Eustis over the weekend I

D. *ci.d bv 0 ROSS UOEIMAN I J ? I visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. SABAKAWith

.A WHO llllHICKOICADYENTUe_ M H. Williams.

Jimmy Reddish returned to his Boris Karloff
AND Plus Cartoon for Children Brownlee & ChasteenBefore
TIr__ Monday.sophomore year at the U. of F. on

Fri., Sat. Sept. 30 Oct. 1
I Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis have
'w/ TILA returned from Waynesville. N. C. DOUBLE FEATURE -

\where they stayed at the Gordon City Beneath The Sea

a cOwMIA PCTt Hotel for the summer. IX TECHNICOLOR You Do Business With AnyoneCOR.

Plus "Feather Dusted" Cartoon I Mrs. Hogan Smith and daugh- Starring Robert Ryan
p
ter, Mrs. JoAnn Smith Rowe, drove
land Latest World News -AND-

lkilhI :DONi.J Bill JOHNSON -M tenant\ _ _ _ _ _. to Athens, Ga. on Saturday where 10TH & CHERRY STS. TELEPHONE 143
j) msiiami.N.ittiuKi. I COMING SOON JoAnn is continuing her freshmanyear The Lone HandWith
1f -. at the University of Georgia.Mrs. .

Plus "Magod's Express Cartoon, I How T D Very Smith spent the weekend Joel McCrea and Barbara No lots too small.none to large, from one pecan on up into the millions of pounds,

and Chapter No. 10 Black Arrow I- 1 O 156 I I at with Madison Mr. and Ga.Mrs. J. W. Ainslie 0 ,. Plus Serial Chap.Hale 5 and Cartoonfor we'll buy them all. We are always the first to start -.- the last to quit -- we're here


MRS. S. L. PEEK, SR. I Popular L. E. Bobzin of Newton, La. is Kids year in and year out .

spending the winter at the Titus .- ,
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.....YTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTy given by Mrs. H. C. Douglas after 0. Harrell; Program Chairman, Miami. Charles will attend the Mrs. J. H. Sowells and Mrs. L. W.I. is visiting Mrs. Doshie Prescott. I j Starke visited Mrs. Prevatt's par.I -' OXE-FOK-ALL Ball Point Pea

which Mrs. Overturf served delicious Mrs. E. L. Lester; Sec.-Treas. University of Florida. Sowells this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Gano of I ents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Crosby'j Refills Fits any pen. 49c Brad

BROOKER refreshments to the five Mrs. J. K. Douglas; Community and family of Gainesville were The Bobby Dyals visited friends': Swan Lake were guests of Mr. last Saturday. ford County Telegraph.
members present. Missions Chairman, Mrs. L. L. visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. L Mann and relatives in Gainesville Sun-i and Mrs. R. G. Gano Wednesday. I Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis and i iI '

Parker; Mission Study Chairman Tuesday.Mr. day.Mr. Mrs. Lloyd; Barry was visitingher I daughter of Starke were guests ,;;
Week Of
By Sirs. E. B. Ca&tlenAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Prayer Mrs. C. B. Stallings; Stewardship and Mrs. Harley Shaw and and Mrs. Clyde Green Jr. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson I! FILL DIRTGOOD

The Brooker Baptist WMU met Chairman, Mrs. H. C. Douglas; Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stokes Sr., visited Mrs. Green's parents in and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby of Starke, Sunday. ,

at the church, Sept. 13 and 14 at Publicity Chairman, Mrs. Frank attended services at the Union Alachua Sunday.L. last Saturday. Little Jimmy accompanied -I Mr. and Mrs. G. A. had RICH
Gay; as
Mrs. J. C. Harrell president of to observe the Week of
2 p.m. Tinney; Children's Home Chair- Baptist Church last Saturday.Mr. L. Parker was the guest his grandmother home
the Brooker PTA, reminds the I Prayer for State Missions. Themefor Beulah speaker at the weekend[ guests Mr. and Mrs. :-or-I
man, Mrs. Lloyd Barry; and Mrs. Dolphus Harrell Sardis Baptist for an overnight visit. TOP SOILSee
public of the first PTA meeting the program "The Kingdon Harrell Circle Chairman, Mrs. L. and family of Gainesville visited Church in Worthington Springs Mr. and Mrs. Elton Taylor and !.man Rogers and children, and Mr. 'i

of this term to be held at the Come in Florida," was under the L. Dyal. Mrs. Loca Waters Sunday.Mrs. Sunday.L. family were visiting Mrs. Bainie and Mrs. Gerald Gay and sons, all

school cafeteria Thurs., Sept 29, direction of program chairman, Church Of God Revival C. N. Shaw of Gainesville A. Mott of Gainesville visit- Mott Friday.Mr. I of Jacksonville, Mr. and :Mrs. j

at 8 p.m. Mrs. Ernest Lester. Rev. John Lewis, pastor of the spent a few days last week with ed his mother, Mrs. .Bainie Mott, and Mrs. J. K. Douglas Floyd Parrish of Lake Butler' BILL JACKSONJackson

CIRCLE MEETS \VMU Elects Officers Brooker Church of Cod, announces her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Monday. went to Tifton Ga. Saturday to and Wallace Parrish of Palatka.Mr. .
The Lubedia Pinholster Circle The business meeting of the Guest of the H. C. Douglas Transfer Company
that a two weeks revival will eb- and Mrs. Harley Shaw. attend the funeral of Mrs. Douglas' and Mrs.
met Tuesday, Sept 13, at the homeof [Brooker Baptist WMU was held gin here Sept. 25, with Mrs. Henry Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Mann of family Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.C. uncle, Cecil Cason. children Guy Parrish and I Phone 165

Mrs. Shirley Overturf. Opening at the church Wednesday, Sept Lee; Willis of Ocala in charge of Gainesville were guests of Mr. J. Strickland and son of Gaines-I Mr. and Mrs. Edwin prevatt of with Mrs.spent J. R.Sunday Parrish.in Palatka I I

prayer was given by Mrs. E. R. 14. The following officers were each service. and Mrs. Harley Shaw Mondayand ville. I .
elected and installed in an impressive Rev. and Mrs. Lacy Conwayand I
Castlen and the devotional was Mr. and :Mrs. J. R. Mott and Tuesday.
given by Mrs. Frank Tinney. Mrs. ceremony by the Rev. son were visiting Mrs. Mott's Church Elects OfficersAt daughter, and Rev. L. G.
Wilson Green Mission C. B. Stalling: the business meeting of the |Hemmingway of Starke were Sun-
Study mother, Mrs. Brook Perryman, Life be Cd
President Mrs. Eugene Crosby: day dinner guests of Mr. and :Mrs. can 44
Chairman, gave the final chapterof and Joe Perryman, who is in the Brooker Baptist Church Wednes- 4
the book, "Guide for Community j Young Peoples Leader, Mrs. E. B. Alachua General Hospital, in day; Sept. 14, the following offi- Lloyd PadgettMrs. j
Missions." Closing prayer was Castlen; vice President, Mrs. },LTV Gainesville Sunday. ers and teachers were elected: Ada Kinsey of Avon

Mrs. Paul Faulkner and Mrs. Church Clerk, Frank Tinney; Park visited Mrs. Rosa Pinhols- when live !
Reed Lewis of Starke were visit Church Treasurer, M. Q. Harrell; ,ter and Mrs. G. B. Colson Satur you Electrically

Atkinson Tuesday. Chorister, L. L. Parker; Pianist. day.The
ing Mrs. C. L.
1 Dedan Baptist Church
Friends here will be happy to Miss Francis Barry; Assistant willi
I Pianist Miss Glepda Parker, have a basket dinner ,
,
Mr. and Mrs. Milton I
know .
that
Sept. 25, in honor of Rev. Lacy
Usher, Alfred Compeau Care-
;
ServiceAll Mott are the proud parents of a
I Conway who is their resigning
baby boy born last week at West taker, Coy Edwards; Committee,I
Miss Iva Mae Lewis and Mrs. pastor. There will be an all-day JId An automatic
(Palm Beach.
Joyce Castlen. service and everyone is invited to
Mrs. Cecil Moore of Jacksonville Sunday School I attend. Rev. Truby Parrish of electric range and

Work Guaranteed Free Estimates is spending a few days here Superintendent, L. L. Parker; Santa Fe has been called to replace -
with her sister, Mrs. Beulah Har- Rev. Conway.Mrs. refrigerator keep
Assistant Supt., Wilson Green;
Fully Equipped --- Dependable rell.Mrs. Sec., Miss Katherine Harrell; : Groover Thomas and sons 3 kitchen cool
your
Ida Weeks or Santa Fe
visited Mr. Thomas Monday in Jax
All Makes and Models I Pianist, Miss Glenda Parker.
i- |is spending the week with her TEACHERS: Adult Men, Tru- where he. has been confined to the and cleaner, too.

sister, Mrs. Wade Harrell. by Pinholster; Adult Iadies, Mrs. hospital for several days.
Mrs. H. E. Stokes Jr. last
spent Wilson Green; Young People, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas
CHAS. C. SHEPHERD [Wednesday with Mrs. Buddy C. B. Stallings; Intermediate and children visited Mrs. Thomas'

Stokes of Graham. Boys, Wilson Green; Intermediate parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis,
Mr. and'Mrs. Corbett Home of Girls, Mrs. L. L. Dyal; Jr. Boys, at Starke, and also attended
Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone ,
TV
Lake and their
City Hoyt
son
Mrs. Nellie Suggs; Jr. Girls, Mrs. funeral services for Mr. Thomas'

239 Starke, Fla. Corbett, of Sewannee Tenn., wasthe Lloyd Barry, Primary I, Miss uncle, Math Crosby Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis
guest of Frances Barry; Primary II, Mrs.E. The Harrell Sorrels of Jax were
Hodge Wednesday night. L. Lester Beginners I, Mrs.
; weekend guests of the L. L. Dyals.
Birthday Party Aubrey Hazen; Beginners II, Mrs.L. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Heat the water, U
Little Sue Douglas was honored L. Parker; Cradle Roll, Mrs. Kelly last weekend were Mr. and
on her 5th birthday with a lovely not the house
Guy Harrell and Mrs. Aubrey Mrs. C. A. Kelly and girls, Mrs. ,
party given at the home of her
Hazen. Fred Waldron and daughter of
?lie" BY S: t SIMMONS. 8..$. Barents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Training Union Wildwood, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul with an electric

Douglas, Sept. 14. Outdoor games Director, James Harrell; Assist- Harrison of Jax. water heater. .
were played and the prize was ant Director, :Mrs. E. B. Castlen; Mrs. Cora Stokes and Mrs. i

given to Stevie Tinney for pinningthe Sec., Miss Glenda Parker; Pianist, Alvin Davis of Gainesville were and let Reddy do
tail most in
donkey's nearly Miss Frances Barry; Young People's visiting Mrs. H. H. Matt and Mrs.
the refresh- the dishes too !
place. Along with ,
Counselor (Jr.), Mrs. C. B.L. L. Dyal Monday.Mrs. .
Q ments, favors fo balloons and Stallings; (Beginners), Mrs. Zeu- Bill Plummer and daugh-
horns were given to each of the
lene Harrell. ters o'f Starke isited Mr. and Mrs. ..**
26 guests who attended. Those
Nomination Committee Rev.
: L. A. Green Saturday.Mrs. .
helping Mrs. Douglas were: Mrs. C. B. Stallings, L. L. Parker, Mrs. Malcolm Lewis and
Wilson Green Mrs. Frank Tinney Wilson Green, and Mrs. M. O. dren visited Mrs. Gracie Chil-I
and Mrs. C. B. Stallings.
Harrell. Dukes Station Wednesday.Alan I {
Class Picnic
v Garden Club Lewis, who is employed in 3
Mrs. Ernest Lester entertainedher End steamy hot
The Brooker Garden Club meetat Valdosta, Ga. is spending a few ,

og oo +o p 'pe o0 0 |last Primary Saturday Sunday with a School back class-yard day the night Community After Center the last business Fri- days with his mother, Mrs. Man- e H tertiring washdays

Lewis.
picnic at her home. Fried chicken meeting the members enjoyed a dy Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Waters and :Z: II with an electric
Trades At Koch's? and tea
Which Triplet french-fried potatoes
covered dish supper. The inStal- Mrs. Minnie Bell Waters of Largo
i were served picnic style. lation service had to be postponeduntil were visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. W. a washer and dryer

Could it be anyone but the satisfied sort Hope Little Haven Neil in Hazen Jacksonville returned Mon-to the next meeting, which will'Markey and Mr. and Mrs. G. E. ...Life will be wonderfully -

in the middle? ? Because few weeks. be Friday, Oct. 21. Green and Mrs. Mary Green Sat- ..,"
Why we con- day to stay for a M-Sgt. DeWitt Padgett, who urday. ; cool !

sider the customer to be the most important Mr. and Ocala Mrs. Purvis were visiting Hazen and Mr. has been in Schwienfurt, Germanyfor The T. W. Markeys and Mrs. ;\ .
family of
is home
the past two years Pinnholster attended a quilt-
two-legged creature earth with the and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen Sunday.Mr. Rosa .
on for 30 days. He was the guest ing party at the home of Mrs.

possible exception of Hedy LaMarr and son .Jimmy and Mrs.and V.daughter V. Hazen, Mrs.and Padgett Monday of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Gracie Dukes at Dukes Station I : \-d

the Secretary of the Treasury. As a re Max Furlong, of'Starke were Sun- I Tuesday.
Mrs. i Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stokes Jr. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markeywere .

sult, you can expect the mostest for the day dinner Hazen.guests' Rev.of Mr.and and Mrs. were visiting Mrs. Stokes' parents, in Lake Butler on business () !! "
Aubrey Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Darity of Ala- -
leastest everytime. Drop in anytime and Lacy Conway and daughter, Kath- chua last Sunday. Monday.Our deepest sympathy to Mrs. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY { ,

make your shopping, dollar feel 100 per leen Starke, and Rev.were L.supper G. Hemmingwayof guests of I. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hodge and Wade Harrell in the death of her gl o,
[son of High Springs were Sunday sister, Mrs. Elizabet Boney. Someof
Crosby Sunday
cent. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis the out-of-town folks to attend

night. 'Hodge. this funeral at the New Hope -
We are happy to inform you Mrs. L. G. of' -
SAFfT S&RVlgfKOCH'S Hemmingway Baptist Church Saturday were
that Mrs. W. M. Lawhorn. who Starke was the Sunday dinner Mrs. Lucille Baxter and daughter,
;
DRUG STORE has been a patient in Alachua and is guest of Mrs. May Mott. and Mrs. Louise Flowers and sons, flfltflflflOflflflflflir
is better I
General Hospital
We are happy to have back I all of Jacksonville. .
ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLED now with her sister, Mrs. Zelda home with us for a few weeks Mrs. Lizzie Fowler of Newberry iiiiI
DeBose of Gainesville. Mrs. Mattie Barry, who is em-I
{OMNfTE UNE OF DRUGS,SUNDRIES COSMETICS Mrs. C. B. Stallings -
Rev. and ployed in Wauchula.Mr. >
f HONE S3 WIDIUVIt STARKE, FLA, .had as their guest this week, Mrs. : and Mrs. Mack Jones and,

JI Stallings' nephews, William and family of Miami were guests of!
;- Charles Matthews, of North Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones Tues-


I day.Mr.. and Mrs. H. E. Stokes Sr.II I 1 I' 7

I II IIA
I and daughter Ruby and I
attend-I : :
Mrs. Jeff Davis of Graham

$ ed church services at Fargo, Ga.

700 $800 Sunday.Mrs. Zedra Hamilton and mother -I"I'm

Mrs. T. B. Edwards, were in RH .. i ,. '. Y
'
noon.Miss Gainesville shopping Friday after- a '0

Ida Mae Hamilton and

Mrs. Zedra Hamilton visited Mrs. taking no chances, we'll

Ray Gallop and children of Santa hare it prepared and served at ':

Fe last week. the Guidon GrilL" ;
Mrs. Eva Harrell has been For
a really
OFF visiting her son-in-law and daughter tasty dish ,, 4..

Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Normanof Try an order :.>. q kt% ,.jxcy
Heilbronn for the past week. "

On Thursday night Mrs. Norman I of our fissh. ,:"

entertained with a birthday supper ,
i' honoring her mother. Those ,
GUIDON GRILLGeorge ,
ON THE NEW 1955 MODELMERCURY attending were Mr. and Mrs. Z. ,
W. Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. < '"

Thomas Hamilton and children, Kopelousos, Owner '" '%
x
Mr. and Mrs. James Hamilton and 4 3
Starke Fla.
son. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Harrell

i and daughter, Sharon, Mrs. M. 0.1 ,-- J'
;Harrell and children, all of Brook %

er, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwardsof > J:. _
Worthington and Mr. and Mrs.1
Ercell Edwards and daughter of

$1000 OFF ON AIR-CONDITIONED MODELS State The Farm.C. J. Tetstones of Jax were FULL PRODUCTION. AHEAD!

visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Ed Polk, Saturday.Mrs. .
Lucille Edwards and t
WE
daughters visited Mrs. Bill Big-I Security-fed pullets have a profitable habit of
ham at the home of Mrs. .
Hardee in Jax Monday.Mrs. I laying day after day after day ,

Mary Green and Mrs. G. It's the annual egg production that counts

Will E. Green were visiting Mrs. Dave II I SECUR Ty not the number of eggs you get in anyone dayor
Green in Alachua General Hospital
I week. You need big rugged birds, capableof
'
last Thursday. laying day after day for a year's time to
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Green and pass the first 150 eggs and then start making
NOT Mr. and Mrs. Alex Williams of '} I
I' money.
Jax spent the weekend here, with
CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON
Dave Green, and also visited Mrs. :; Security Egg Mash is built to help maintain a I

Green at the hospital in Gaines about this questionI EG G steady flow of large Grade A eggs and to main.

BE vi1le.11r.. children tain good condition as well.
and Mrs. Charley Stans- : believe my are MASH

berry Sr of Santa Fe Lake and i I well trained to watch out for Ask your deafer for Security Egg Mash It's

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie StansberryJr. :.cars. But if they should be (I 0 full production ahead! _. ..-. .
of Jax spent two days with!I struck by one while walking ,
UNDERSOLDMCGRIFF Mrs. Mary Green this week. On I' to school would I
or bicycling Ecupl,1f tIlls
I Friday Mrs. Green accompanied ;' the Extended Medical Payments SECURITY MILLS of Jacksonville Inc. I
the Stanberrys Jr. to their home]I' 1,
I I
in Jax for a few days visit. While ,.' of my auto insurance 1700 W. Church St., Jacksonville, Fla. I
I here the Star.berrys; aid "Mrs. 'i pay their medical expenses? !


MERCURY MOTORSPHONE working Green Among attended;at those Eld attending z ChapeL the cemetery the Fla.-I, Charley E. Johns For pultek with a fufure i!


Miss. game in Gainesville Satur-
447 day were M. O. Harrell, Cecil
i iI 1
Cor. Court and Jefferson Sts.. Starke, Fla. I Melvin, James -Harrell, and Miss I & Son Agency WE DELIVER TO YOUR FARM t tfl4ftOiflftnLnAflftnAn
I Jo Ann Baxter.
I
Mrs. George Larrimore of St.II I Phone 13 Starke Fla.ALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL. :
Petersburg is visiting Mr. and
: ;
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: SEPTEMBER 23, 1935 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. BTABKE. FLORIDA
PAGE SEVEN

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BAYLESS MAY\ !





yule Miss Is By spending Betty Anna Howard Ruth a while CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA of Bryce-I 1 Football Game TonightFRIDAY !!!III


and Mrs. H. B. Kelly.
Kenny Elixson of Lake. Butler
spent Saturday night with his I
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Bobby Crosby.
.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Howard and / : 0
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newmans of "-
Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs.
Lois Newmans Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hoggof
) St. Petersburg were recent
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd SEPT. 23
Crosby and family. Ii TORNADOES Ii
The Bobby Crosbys and Miss ,
Deloris Newmans were recent din- I
I .
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elixon r/ L I


in Mr.Lake and Butler.Thursday Hrs. Lavon night Crosby of last entertained ) )f 8:00: P .M : :YRt4$ vs. I I


week with a birthday party honor-:
Ing Miss Joyce Crosby on her 16th .
birthday anniversary. About 30
I
young people enjoyed this affair

and Joyce received many lovely j MONTICELLOAdults

gifts.Mr.
and Mrs. Dewey Woods of
Jacksonville I I A1'fr
were recent visitors .
of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly.
Mrs. Joe Mizell is spending a 'k
while with her son-in-law and '

daughter, Mr and Mrs. L. B. Sapp, : BRADFORD
In Tampa. \
This community was saddenedby .
the death of Mr. Mathew Cros- .
by in Tampa last week. He was "
the uncle of most all the Crosbys \

along Bayless Hiway. i 'k
Mrs. Rufus Crosby has returned PARK .
,
.
.
Pennsylvania.from a visit with her children in I ,. t ADMISSION

Church services, Sunday School, \
BTU, and Prayer Meeting same "
time as usual. Remember, Young M $1.00 .
Peoples meeting every Saturday I High School Students SOc

night at 7:30. Rev. Malcolm
J
-
Galbraith pastor. -
: -
Elementary School Students 25c

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LEVEL 'O'---r :. ..,_._ ......,_ _..i..


bjr Sir*. U. M. Mcllaa Jt Home Games Out Of Town Games I t tI

AAAA AAAA AAAA AAAA

Sgt. V. E. Thornton, ETC ar:I September 23 .. Monticello In Starke September 16 .. Macclenny 0 .. Starke 20 I
rived home Saturday from Aber
deen Proving Grounds, Md. and I October 7.. P. K: Yonge -- Gainesville
October 1 Palatka In Starke
returned Sunday, accompanied by -- r
his wife. They will return home; October 14 .. Open t TI
again about Dec. 16. We miss'i I
them so much. November 4 .. Seabreeze In Starke I| October 21 .. Lake City.. Lake City J1jJ
Mr. and Mrs. M. Oliver and'I I II

Mrs. Sarah Evans of Plant City, Kefterlinus October 28
.
and Mr. and Mrs. Eston Brown tv I November 10 In Starke I Perry. Perry I

of Sampson City visited the H. I November 18 ..
M. McRaes Monday afternoon. : I November 23.. Fernandina Bea In Starke 'I J Green Cove Green Cove I ti
We are sorry to report the illness I

of Ronald Crosby son of Mr. I ., .. I ..
_
<--a-a -'- -- '---'-'-----" _a' -- -- .
and Mrs. R. R. Crosby and I --- .- '
Douglas Conner son of Mr. and II :
II 111111 II'Best
Mrs. Lucian, .Conn r. We wish .
,
.
them a speedy recovery.

Mrs. Alice Crosby and family -
of Tampa, and her sister, Mrs.. Wishes to the Team Mow 'Em Down, Tornadoes Support the Tornadoes with
Roberta Lamb, and brother, Pas I your presence
cal Fouts, spent the weekend with Seymours '66 Service Station Conner Insurance Agency Herb's Drive InnA
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner, and
attended the funeral of Mathew
Crosby Sunday afternoon.
Go Get 'Em, TornadoesSUWANNEE
We were glad to have our Bring Home the Bacon, Boys! Good Team Like the Tornadoes
pastor, Rev. W. E. Hall, back in
the pulpit last Sunday, and en- KOCH DRUG STORE STORE Deserves Your Support

joyed his message very much. CECIL DOUGLAS, Manager Western Auto Associate'Store .


Compliments Of
YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester Support the Tornadoes with I
your presenceR.
brook purse-size fountain pens Iflpastel I Starke Hardware Co. Let's Support the TornadoesR.
shades. Only $%.58 at Bradford B. Alvarez
County Telegraph SPORTING GOODS D. Reddish & Son Dairy ;.

TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. ,

I. The Clirult Court Of Florida
Eighth Judicial Circuit. IB A ad Support the Tornadoes with
For Bradford CoBBtr, your presence Best Wishes to the Team
I. ChaarerrFrancisco Everybody Out For Tonight's Game!
Mancilla. Plaintiff vs. Hardy Brothers Motor Co. '
Maria O. Mancilla. Defendant.DIVORCE Warren's Shell StationBest Andrews Motor Co. '

ORDER OP PrULICATIOV ANDNOTICE .
TO APPEAR
To: Maria. O. Mancilla. whose last .
known address was that of Malaga, Best Wishes Of
Spain, or otherwse whose last known Support the Tornadoes with your presence
residence and mailing address be-
. lug You unknown.are hereby notified that C. H. Driggers Furniture Co.Compliments Wishes Of Thomas Truck Terminal
there has been filed by Francisco
Mancilla, plaintiff. In the above
Doyle The CleanerYour
styled: court a Bill of Complaint i D. M. (Mallelte) Hale
against you and therellef prayed
for therein Is a divorce. A VIN. Of Clothes Best Friend
CL'LO
MATRIMOXII. from you Maria -
O. Mancllla. the defendant In
this eavse. Starke Builders Supply Best Wishes From
This is therefore to command you .
to file your written defense in said I
Best Wishes to the
cause on or. before 2 th. September, Team Denmark Furniture Co.
,
155
filing the original in my office
and rending a copy thereof to Sam. E. Johns
Charley & Son
net W. Getsen.. plaintiff's attorney. Agency
Post Office Box II. Gainesville We're Proud To Be Tornado Boosters!
Florida. Upon failure to comply -
General
with this Order a Decree Pro Con- LAWSONS MARKETCome Insurance GEM JEWELRYThe
fesso will be entered against you
according to law and this case will
then continue In process, Ex Pane. House Of Fine DiamondsStarke's '
This notice shall be published In
the Bradford Compliments Of
County Telegraph a .
newspaper published In Bradford Leading Jewelry.
COURt Starke. Florida for the en out and boost our team
next five consecutive weeks. New Method CleanersBest
Given under my hand and Seal of
this.Court, this 1J day of August.OFFICIAL GUIDON GRILLEat
A.D 1155. Best Wishes
Team
( SEAL) Charles A. Darby ...I
---
Clerk At The Best, Forget The Rest
Wishes To The Team
By Yvonne II orman. D. C. Brownlee & Chasteen
8/M 5t 823Now

Faulkners Service Station ..... ",
I. Let's Fill the Stands for Tonight's Game

Open ,. S. R. Johns' Grocery Best Wishes Team C Compliments Of I

Hart Furniture Co.
.
SMITTY'SBARBER The Farmers SupplyOnward '

II t I
Best Wishes From "
SHOPCourt 1 I II I Best Wishes Of

Street Opposite Barksdale's Dept. Store Tornadoes! Conways Service Station

Court House G. S. "Gib" Browns Service StationBest UNION" .
BUS STATION .

YOUR PATRONAGE Be present tonight to cheer. our boys to

WILL BE .
GREATLY
VictorySimpsonUrquhart Wishes From
APPRECIATED Best Wishes Team

Pontiac' Brown Derby Cafe Farm Home
& Auto SupplyFRmtY.
D. H, SMITH

Owner & Operator I II



PAGE EIGHT
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEQBAPQ,. STARKE, FLORIDA

9T TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTWWWTTYTWTWWTTTTTWT. . . FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 1955
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NEWS OF few days. m charge. Bro. Willie Brown IB The Circuit Court Of .
INTEREST TO COLORED LeLennon (.Vacation. I one or'our faithful members has Eighth Judicial Circuit Florida la And 11 Range, Township 22 East. Five South. 'or otherwise whose last known res- yule, Florida. Upon failure to com
,
Per Bradford (idence and mailing address being ply with this Order a Decree Pro
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy While awaiting the "stork." been released from the general I RE: Petition Coaatr.N of Jesse James by You notified and each that of a you are here- |unknown. !I Confesso will be entered against
Complaint
has
Levy Lennon is enjoying a vaca-,:Hospital in Gainesville where he Ricks and Lucille Ricks for been filed in the Circuit Court of You are hereby notified that there i, you according to law and this case
Ozora Johnson EditorAAAA&&A&AAAAAAA&&AA&&AAA&&a& titn from Humphreys Cold at was rushed for an adoption of a minor. Bradford County Florida [in Chancery I has been filed by Mary Guarneri I will then continue in process Ex
appendectomy.His NOTICE TO APPEAR by R. K. Wheeler as Plaintiff !plaintiff in the above styled court, I I Parte.
& Lawtey. He has been employed recuperation has been satisfactory To: Henry George Wllhelm, and. against each of you as defen i a Bill of Complaint against you and This notice shall be published lathe
there for a number of year. Beu- and he wishes to thank whose residence and address is un- ants; that the nature of said suit i the relief prayed for therein Is aIdi'orce. Bradford County Telegraph a
A VINCULO in Bradford
known. is to foreclose a certain MATRIMONII. j newspaper published
mortgageon I
Self-Survey and ControlOn cheers to this organization for lah Lennon is a teacher of first his many friends for their visitation You are hereby notified that a above described property; and '!'from you Joseph Guarneri, the defendant County Starke, Florida for the next !

Sunday night, Sept. 18, i helping to make the school program grade at Tnurston Elementary while in the hospital and at petition has been filed in the above j you serve are a copy required of your to appear Answer and | This is in therefore this case.to command you I five Given consecutive under my weeks.hand and Seal of I
or
Professor Bettie L. Home spokeon I successful. i; School with Principal S. C. Price. home. A cordal welcome awaits and style Lucille court Ricks by Jesse his wife James for Ricks the j pleading on Plaintiffs attorney A. ito file your written defense in said (,this Court:! this 19 day of August
At i resent she is on maternity all who IJ. Thomas, Jr., 203-205 Temple ''cause on or before 26th. September. A.D. 1955.OFFICIAL.
the worship at of James Daniel
above Greater Wilhelm.
subject to a near I The children have enjoyed : leave. An- adoption minor by the petitioners Jesse ''A,venue Starke Florida and file 1955 filing( the original: in my 1! ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby
capacity audience and thrilled I [tioch Missionary Baptist Church. a (the original Answer or Pleading in 'office and sending a copy therein i, Clerk
Ricks and Lucille
courtesies from, the Coca-Cola James Ricks his
P.T.A. and Hobby Club Rev. (the office of the Clerk of the Cir- I ito Samuel W. Getzen, plaintiff's Ey Yvonne IL Norman D. C.
each person with her eloquence.I I Bottling Co. for many years. We II('hit.Chat Alphono Jenkins Pastor. wife and of you are answer required or objections to servea icuit Court on or before the 10th ''attorney, Post Office Box 81, Gaines 8r.6 5t 9/23 I

She said that, Ian is to be pitied wish to thank them again for the Dea. James Carlwell, Reporter. to copy show cause your why said petition day of October A.D. 1955. If you ,
who when alone finds himselfIn I law-ley TraininjSchool: vU I should not be granted on petition- fail to do so, judgment by default
I I!very fine pencils tablets and I Ii [combine its PTA activities with'the 'I We want to express our great- le ss' attorney A. Z. Adkins Jr., ;will be taken against you for the : I
poor company. Sister Irene that now being used I I whose address is 3 Southeast First relief demanded in the Complaint.
j i rulers are : Adult Education Pingram according est appreciation to the members: I This notice shall be publishedonce I
Thomas, who was chairman for A venue, Gainesville, Florida. and
most effectively in our school and pastor of Bethlehem I each week for four consecu- ; I 1I
the Women's at Allen to Principal C. C. Ander- 'I United file the original in the office of I hive weeks in I II Ii 1i
Day Chapel program, especially at RJE. We son. He feels that most of the Ffee Will Baptist Church for their I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or :Telegraph the LTadrord County I II
A.M.E. Church thanked the I I before the 10th day of October. 1955. i
guest are going to try to get some of i surprise visit with last i :i Done and ordered at Starke Flor- HUNDREDSof
persons now enrolled will be in attendance -I us on third | Herein fail not or a decree pro
speaker heartily for an inspiring I,I this material for the primary if we don't add too many Sunday. Iconfesso will be entered against i iD.ida, 1955..lOtficial this. ith day of September, A. I

message. Rev. Groover stated j schools of the county. We, as |extra nights to their schedule. The 1 I Bethlehem Freewill Baptist I{''you.Witness my hand and the seal Seal) Charles A. Darby
that he had never heard more : Clerk Circuit Court details are managed and economically
a 'school administrators would Bradford -
appreciate pupils of the third and fourth ,[Church started a Revival this;of said court in Starke, Bradford I
comprehensive message.in his life more of this wholesome' ''''week with |County, Florida this 2 day of September County Florida. attended that .only a trained and
Rev. 9/9 U
grade welcomed the return of prayer meeting. 1955.: 9/30 I
notwithstanding the fact that type of public relations. Thanksa their regular teacher, Emma Bur- L. McKay, pastor in charge. The (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby.As \ I careful organization can attend when
Supervisor Johnson gave a good I Clerk of said Circuit Court NOTICE TO AFPE1K
the
I million! need for
preaching will urgent serving is at
for the occasion' ney on Thursday of last week. begin Monday ,By: Marian[ L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I J-n Circuit Court. Bradford County

last message year.Thanks : same +i i;Vi+its Grandton! and Family [They will miss seeing: and work- Sept. 26, with Rev. J. H. O'Nealof I 9/9 4t 9/30 Pauline Florida B.In Chancery Speed. Plaintiff, vs. :; hand.

| The many friends'of Hamp and ing with Ernestine Whitley Tomp- Daytona Beach in charge. According I I Charles M. Speed Defendant. I
!In Circuit Court, Bradford County
To Phillips! 66 I Altamese Chandler will be interested kins but other pupils in the county [ to Deacon Solomon Newman -i i, Florida In Chancery.'Myra I .Vntlce To Case No. 10-11S4 DeVVITT
Appear : C. JONES
The supervisor, principals ; in knowing that they now will have a chance to meet he is a soul-stirring preacherand '! Webster, Plaintiff vs. Earl W. I I To: Charles M. Speed whose

teachers and all the students of have a grandson who was born her. She taught at RJE during you cannot afford to miss;1 I I Webster, Defendant.Case No. 10-11SO 'I James'residence and address is: 1931 I Phone 7 Starke, Fla.

the schools of Bradford County i recently inVest Pam Beach. Ac- this week. We are happy to have (I I I''hearing him. The meeting will last 'Order Of PabU..atloaad Notice To You are Avenue hereby Montgomery notified that Ala.a u rnf
Appear State of Florida Tot "
thank the Phillip's 66 Gasoline Co. 'cording to reports from the familyall several qualified substitute I[two weeks. Thee general public is Earl W. Webster whose residence suit for !! Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur

for the nice book covers .for the is well. Gloria, the mother is teachers available in the county I invited to come out and help i n:and address is: 2103 Elmwood Street I Divorce maintenancehas attorney's fees and

new textbooks this year. We ,a recent graduate of Florida A &, this ;year for the first time. In j',this soul-saving campaign. tarwyn You are, Illinois.required to appear on I been filed against you In the I local funeral home enablea as to offer convenience W
I with major in I! Allen October 3, 1955, in the above above named Court and cause and! services not otherwise
know that they will contribute M University a the past we have had to use:; high' Chapel A.M.E. Church. named you are required to serve a copy oi, available.
(Court and wherein
much to the cleanliness and the j I Home Economics. The grand- [school students which was not a i ij .R ev. Groover pastor held a sue'seeks divorce.cause custody and plaintiff control i your answer or pleading to the complaint -I
.
durability of the books. Three''parents will return to Sta"ke in a (good practice. cessful Women's Day last Sunday. I I''of minor child. ;I' nn K.he Skipper Plafntif", 221 ArterneyJoseph Florida II I .6.6.6 \

i Library Planning Conference The program started with Sunday I,publish Bradford this County Order Telegraph in next shall four'weekly Title Building, Jacksonville 2, i We fumlah'the highest type service at lowest prices, andj

j On Monday, Sept. 19. Miss A'Jd- School at 10 a.m., Supt. E. Givens l I] Witness issues. I ana Florida tile the, original in the office of i accept ANY life Insurance policy in force, Issued by ANT
my hand and official seal
II Irey Newman, Consultant for Libraries !in charge. A spicey program was at Starke Fonda this Auggust 31, : the Clerk of the rircul r nrt on: company as payment In part or in full oa a funeral.

and Materials of Instruc-j I rendered featuring Gwendolyn] 1955. for 1955 before the 10 day of October, Consultation carrle no obligation.
; otherwise the allegations
of
lUKFICIAL SEAM Charles I
A. -Darby
JOHNSON MOTORS tion. State Department of Education -I Marshall WUletta Wysinger and As Clerk of said Court. said Complaint will be taken as con .6.6 .6 '

H Tallahassee, visited with RJEl Debris Jenkins in musical rendi I By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk fessed by you .6..6- _
This notice shall be -
high school. The meeting was held j I I'tions. At the morning worship I clenny Erie L., Griffis.Florida.Holt Building, Mac- once each week for four consecutive published vi--- __ __ __ -, -__ : :: : _::. ;

SEE TilE COMPLETE LINE AT in the office of Supervisor John hour Mother Sophia Royal spoke Attys. for Plf. 9/2 4t 9/23 weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph
I
son. Miss Newman gave many!ion the subject "Enlisted Women." i Dated this 1 day of Sept., 1955. APPROVED ENGINEERED

helpful suggestion pertinent toi!!(She traced the services of women I NOTICE TO APPEAR I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES the library program at RJE to!!i from Biblical days to the present 1|II. Circuit Court. Bradford Coaotrt By: Marian 1.. Crosby Clerk ,of Deputy the Circuit Clerk I! FACTORY

meet the minimum standards. The 1:j enlistment in the armed forces of !: Florida Edington In Chancery.IClyde Plaintiff. vs. Mary 9/9 4t 9/30 FACTORY
-
first step was to make selections 'i!the U.S.A. A beautiful picture! was Edington, Defendant. NOTICE TO APPEAR ,

PHONES 45 AND 333 [of the needed reference materials.].I painted by Mother Royal with once To Appear Case No. 10-1168 ;;a[la.Florida Circuit IB Court Chancery.Bradford County SERVICE PARTS

She brought a large box of books reference to the services that To: Mary Edington whose residence Anthony J. Cocco Plaintiff vs.

from the State Department and i,have been rendered by womenthrough and address is: Route 1, Meredith Dolores Ellis Cocco. Defendants.Case .
Road Knoxville Tennessee.
No. 10-1194
gave them to the librarian, Edna the ages. The offering I Iou are hereby notified that a'suit 'Notice To Appear {Washing, Painting, Repairing, Reconditioning

Kennedy for school use. She I was collected by Sister Leontine' for '. To: Delores Ellis Cocco whose I'
Divorcehas ';,.residence and address is: 3403 North Wrecker Serviced
plans to mail us a set of Collier,, Cuffey. The program was a complete been filed against you in th Goodman Street Philadelphia I
Beautiful Parrakeets II
Healthy Encyclopedias which will com success financially ind above named Court and cause and I I Pennsylvania. I
you are required to serve a copy of You are hereby fiotlft T that a
plete our reference collection i in spiritually. RJE high school your answer or pleading to the complaint .suit for divorce has been fileagainst BRAKE TIRES IGNITION
the main. Last year Principal chorus under the direction off E. on the Plaintiffs Attorney you in the above named
Billy Rose Parrakeet Farm :E. Minott will Lloyd Bass 302 Clark Building Court and cause and you are requIred TESTING AND STARTER
render
a musical
Thompkins purchased a set o Jacksonville Florida, to serve a copy of your answer
Compton's Pictured Encyclopediasfor I program at the church at 4 p.m. and file the the Circuit the offlc or pleading to the complainton : BRAKE TUBES GENERATOR
of the Clerk of Court ODor the Plaintiffs AttorneyLouis LINING
On Highway 21 Keystone Heights the school. the meeting ,This program is being given as a I T.
During before the 3 day of October 1955; ; Ransom 519 Professional I SALES BATTERIES
i Principal Thompkins came in farewell gift for Rev. John Groov otherwise the allegations of said I I Building Jacksonville Fla., FENDER
Complaint will be taken as confess and file the original in the office of REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICAL
Baby birds easily trained, full of love and affection. Blake and stated that SuperintendentMorgan er pastor. The public is invited ed by you. I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I
said we would be able to I to attend. Due to a funeral the This notice I'h' published I I before the BODY WORK SERVICE SERVICE
wonderful *. All In full In all colors. Blues la all
pet plumage once each week for four consecutlvr I 10 day of October 1955:
(I[spend between eight and nine hun- time has been changed from 3 to otherwise the
;
shades. weeks In the Bradford County Tele- allegations of said
Yellows, and white. Also yellow-faced. blues. '
greens
dred dollars on library books: this !. Services will be held all day rant' Complaint will be taken. confessed
All raised and acclalmated to our Florida clI 1ate. Hundreds to with preaching by the pastor.! Dated this 26 day of August. 1955. ed you. Complete Lubrication Serviced
year. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby This notice shall be
choose from. Also! beautiful selection of cages. Aute Accident Conference will not convene until I Clerk of the Circuit Court one each week for four consecutive
Wednesday night after the Second By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. weeks in the Bradford County Tele DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS
OVER A THOUSAND BREEDERS ON HAND Charlie Hudson Jr. was killedin 9/% 4t 9/23 graph
Sunday in October at Madison Dated this 6 day of Sept., 1955.
I an automobile accident recently ---- Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks
TROPICAL All members (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
FISH BLACK MOLLIES are asked
to
enroute home from Texas. He pay NOTICE TO APPEAR I Clerk of the Circuit Court. I
r 'was in the U. S. Army and stationed dollar money at once. In Circuit Court Bradford County, By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy CI"rV We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs
Pleasant Grove MethodistChurch. Florida; In Chancery. 9/9 4t 9/30

student in Texas.of RJE He and was lived a former i n Rev. D. W. Demps pastor, Edna. Gillham C. Gillham Defendant.Case, P1alntitt. ...s. LonC. In The Circuit-Coart Of Florida HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.

lincoln City. The funeral will beheld :[,held a very successful Women's. No. 10-1166 Eighth Judicial Circuit, In And
BUSINESS DIRECTORYFor [Day all day Sunday. Dinner Notice To AppearTo For Bradford County,
[ Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at was : Lon C. Gillham 75417si In Chancery I
'enezer Baptist Church, Eb-I. served on the church grounds.-AU ,dence and address is: No. Mary Guarneri Plaintiff, vs. Jos 600 Temple Ave. =gsjjpa| || Phone 69
Penitentiary Atlanta Geor eph Guarneri
the Federal Defendant
Reliable. Dependable Service and Merchandise speakers and participantswere
Shop I The family and friends are deeply I gia. DIVORCE '

Starke Business Firms ,grieved over the untimely death. highly chairmen commended by the i I'cult You for are hereby notified that a ORDER XOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEARTo AND YOUR DODGE PLYMOUTH DEALER

of Charlie. We suggest to :rou'' program : Catherine Dell restoration of : Joseph I
Divorce and Guarneri. whose' last
the same thing as the safety council and Mariam Tyson. I I maiden name known address was that :of 2331 I il ils .. --- _- __
New Bethel against In the South Ewing '-, .. .
[ : Slow Down and Live. HughesChestnut Baptist Church has been named filed Court and you cause and Street, Dallas Texa !. -- ----- -- -- - ----- -- ---.

will be in charge of the [Rev. A. Vinson pastor celebrated: [above you are required to serve a copy of .. -
TESTED -
HIGH WELDING I funeral. their 15th Anniversary all of last your answer or pleading to the complaint > -- _A_ __ cji- _ __ __ __ "_. :_ ::'__. : "
THICK WALL on the Attorney
week.
The 30laClairks
ended
program witha ,
Music Planning ConferenceOn I Lloyd Bass. Building
CAST IRON BRASS [ high day on Sunday. Dinner was Jacksonville,' Florida
Wednesday at 4 p.m. a committee file the original in the office of
and
CONCRETEBLOCKS CAST STEEL of principals supervisors served spicey on program the church grounds anda the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on or Old Stove Round Up

was! presented
CUMBER'SWELDING and teachers met at the USO to all day. Plans are being made 3 day of October. 1955;
[make plans that will help enrich forWomen's otherwise the allegations of said
SHOP I Day on the third Su Complaint will be taken as con-
the music program in the elementary day in October. fessed by you. AT <
Phone 248-J Watch this .
paper shall be publishedonce GAS
And schools of Bradford County. This notice
Cor. 10th & for details. each week for four consecutive
READYMIXEDCONCRETE Thompson Supervisor L. H. Gibson has a rich weeks in the Bradford County Tele I SLADE

background in music and will graph.
t COMPANY
NOTICE TO APPEAR Dated this 26 day of August> 195 1.
serve as the main consultant. His e fa Circuit Coart, Bradford Comutj I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby
to invite Mrs. Canova in as a Florida IB Chancery Clerk of the Circuit Court
Helen Bourlett, Plaintiff vs. James Marian I... Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Phone 94 24 Hour Service guest consultant. Mrs. Canova hasa Bourlett, Defendant. By 9/3 4t 9/-3

| wealth of information, materials Case No. 10-1149 -
ALL KINDS AUTO REPAIRS Notice To Appear la The Circuit Court Of Florida I BRINGS ONCE A YEAR
BRADFORD and a rich heritage in music that To: James Bourlett, whose residence Eighth Judlcal Circuit In And BARGAINS

WRECKER SERVICE: will lend itself in a very fine way I and last address is: 1645 For Bradford County, In Chancery
ENGINEERING C 0. Cornelia Street Prooklyn, New York, i No. 10-1118 !
Phone 9118 to this planning meeting Persons or is otherwise Unknown. ,Angelo Ralph Demlta, Plaintiff, vs.

expected to be present will include alt You forDivorce are hereby notified that a I Maria Demita Defendant.DIVORCE I ON HARDWICK AUTOMATIC GAS RANGESTURN

THOMAS TRUCK : Supt. H. P. Morgan; Supervisors care, custody and control I Order Of Pablle.tloDad Notice To
I Gibson, Demorest, Johnson of minor children Appear Tote
TERMINAL Has been flied against you In t1 DeMita Via Tofaro 14,
OPEN SUNDAY Minott Principals Thom above Maria KNOB OVEN LIGHTS
I !1/2 ;Mile South on SOI ; p named Court and cause and 'lAvellino, Italy or whose last ad- AUTOMATICALLY
kips, Anderson, Price Taylor you are required to serve a copy of dress and mailing address being un
your answer or pleading to the
12:30 8:00: P.M. Roberts; Teachers Jennings and on the Plaintiffs Attorney complaint known.You are, hereby notified that there

7:30 10:30 A.M. White. Each school will have a Samuel VT. Getten P. O. Box 81: i has been filed by Angelo Ralph De-
Gainesville Florida 'Mita, Plaintiff, in the above styled
j representative from the elementary
and file the original In the office of Court a Bill of Complaint againstyou
HERB'S department. We will be concerned the Clerk of the Circuit Court on and the relief therein prayedfor PEAK
I most about techniques and or before the 26 day of September is a divorce A V1NCULO MAT. TRADESDuring
1955: otherwise
the
allegations of RIMONII from youthis Maria DeMita .
FULL LINE OF KING KONE methods of teaching music in the confessed said Cqmplalnt will be taken ai the defendant in cause. aeaa.r.

GROCERIESWEST Primary grades ((1-3)). A very This notice by you.thai bl published to This file is therefore to defense command in said jeo..ea o

I fine schedule has already been setup once each week for five consecutive cause on or before Oct. 10, 1955 filing

END DRI'E.INGROCERY by our music specialist E. E. Telegraph.weeks In the Bradford County sending the original a copy thereof In my office.to Samuel and HC OLD STOVE

Package Milk Shakes 'Minott. Dated this 16 day of August. 1955. JW." Getzen. attorney for the plain
(OFFICIAL, SEAL) Charles A. Darby tiff. Post Office Pox 81, Gainesville
News
And Church Clerk of the Circuit Court Florida. Upon failure to comply ROUND-UP
I Greater Antioch: The third By Yvonne H. Norman Dep. Clerk I i with this Order a Decree Pro Con- I
KING KONES usual i fesso will be entered against you a0 Gives
I Sunday was a high day as NOTICE TO APPEAR according to law and this case will You A Chance
beginning with the Sunday School.The !. ClrcBlt Court. Bradford Cout r, then continue in process Ex Parte.
DELICIOUS Pastor preached a powerful Florida i In Cknnrerr.Ada This notice shall be published in t9 To Own A Glamorous
DRY CLEANING REFRESHING Elizabeth Hamilton. Plaintiff[ ,Bradford County. in the Bradford
morning sermon. At 3 p.m. we vs. Robert Dale Hamilton, Defend County Telegraph a newspaper

I worshipped with the Church of ant.A'otlce T. Apneari Case No. 10.1)i5 'published next five in consecutive- tarke. Florida weeks.for the,, ,- New Hardwick

God and Unity Elder White Pas To: Robert Dale Hamilton, whose: i( Given under my hand and Seal
tor. At :30 devotional service residence and address is: unknown. of this Court this 31 day of Aug- At ABargain
p.m. You '
are hereby notified rtiat a'ust, A.D.. 1955.OFFICIAL .
WE CALL FORAND YTTTYYVVTYYTTYYTVTVVTTVT was begun by Bro. Clarence alt forDivorce 1( SEAL) Charles A.Darby !
and restoration of maid] i Clerk Price
Williams.! The Pastor sang the
Schwinn Bicycles en name By Marian L Crosby. Deputy Clerk
DELIVER consecration hymn; and Rev. L. has been tiled against you In the 9/2 5t 9/30 i ,
AND REPAIRING McKay read the scripture lesson. above named Court and cause and,| That We Can Offer You
Phone 135 you are required to serve a copy of la The Circuit Court Of Florida.
SAWS FILED After singing the Pastor presented your answer or pleading to the, Eighth Judicial Circuit, la And
complaint on the Plaintiff For Bradford COllaty.I. i j : But Once A Year
NEW METHOD LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED Rev. McKay to deliver the I
Attorney Hans
G. Taenzler Jr., I Chancery. -I
message. 109 Law Exchange Building, Jack Case No. 101195'R.
CLEANERS Simpson Bike Shop Our Thursday night' sonville. Florida, K. Wheeler, Plaintiff, vs. J. J.
Bob Green 315: Temple Are. S. Walnut St regular 'and file the original In the office Knight et al.. Defendants. ,
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held usual wiElder th of the Clerk of IN
service was as the Circuit Court on 'Order of Publication Aad Notice to -
AALLLLAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAA ( White and his congregation or before the 3 day of October. Appear The State of Florida.
1S;S; otherwise the allegations of To: J. J. Knight whose address e
said Complaint will be taken as (is 1310 Linden Avenue. Baltimore r'
confessed by you. '11. Maryland; DeWitt C. Jones as ..; Regardless of Condition
This notice shall be publish -!Administrator of the Estate of Edna .:
once each week for four consecutive. M. Knight, deceased whose address i
VISIT CALL WRITE week in the Bradford County Tel is 545 N. E. 10th Avenue Of Old Ranger
graph Gainesville Florida and to all
Dated this !J:I day of August. 195;. persons claiming: any right, title t
OFFICIAL.: SEAL) Charles A.Darby lien or Interest in or to the following
Clerk of the Circuit Court described property situate In .
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2S, 1933 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA
Pageina j

MARY YOUNG STANSBCRY Now therefore be it resolved )resident of Hampton Baptist coca I pulleJ ;',. trigger, why the la The Circuit C.art ot .. i Building, Jacksonville Florida I
that we, the session of the First Church WMU at the regular meet- old crow fell and almost scared County Florida, la Ck.aeery..trnold and file the original In the office 1
.
The Women of the First Presbyterian Irving love Plaintiff. !! of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on '
Church of Stark, Presbyterian Church, Starke Fla., .! :'ng Thursday evening, Sept 15, at -* chicks!'s fJ death. There was Patricia Ann Gibson Rowe, or before the I I'.
Florida wish to express their sin- hold in affectionate remembrance the home of Mrs. Marvin Faile. pmther one ftlu in the :leaves: s. an t. I 1? day of October. 1955; |
CHURCHES the excellent and gracious exampleof Other officers named for the [ couldn't sea him, *ut he soon Case Xo. !'I otherwise the allegations of sail t
cere regret and deep sorrow over :Notice To Appear Complaint will be taken as confess ;
the death of their beloved mem- our dear friend and co-worker, coming year were Mrs. Faire vice- decided he had better find busi.1. To: Patricia Ann Gibson 1 led by you. l!j
and that we render our thanks to president Mrs. Florrie. Belle whose residence and address is !
ber Mary Young Stansbury who ; : s clsewh "" That sure does U Unknow Lift'i I This notice shall be published
; God for Mr. Kite's presence with Brown; secretary-terasurer, Mrs. '1.ot.rage me. 1.3.--ii like the old) You are hereby notified that a ,once each week for four consecutive I
gave endlessly of her time and I weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph. !
I
for divorce I
sus during these fruitful years and Mamie Meade children's home aim is about as good as ever, but .
to the I
talents work of the Lord.
Methodist Church Church for his chairman has been filed against you In i Dated this 14 day of
Presbyterian During her lifetime she served in faithful and loyal supportof ; Mrs. K. B. Watterson, the nerves are not back to par above named C.urt and cause 1955. September
I offices of the Church including the Church and her work, and stewardship chairman; Mrs. D. E. Y:*.. or strong ritatr.: If I keep you are required to serve a (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I f
,Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morn- Saturday Choir practice 2 many I, Resolved, that we enter upon : Hill, mission study chairman; Mrs. mr roving' ru !;-b<3 I'll g out and your answer or pleading to the Clerk of the Circuit Court I
president of the Auxiliary ) plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorn B>- Marian 1.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
11 "Three the record of the session this I J. W. Horne, chairman ,[rhoot H. E. Nichols !
Ing Worship ajn., and Church Treasurer. community another skunk t) report 309 Guarant 9. IS 4t 10/1
Meanings of Grace." Directed p.m.Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morn Whereas in her departure we I I testimony of our sense. of loss ; Mrs. Betty May and Mrs. .:O':-? night. I
love, and high esteem and that Otto Hicks, transportation chair- Gur SuirJat
School
recreational activity by Harty ing Worship 11 a.m. Sermon by feel keenly the loss of a devoted I : had a good I
the minister. Youth Fellowship, member I!i copies of this resolution be sent to man.Mrs. r.', ort again list Sur.Jay, with fir<; &en ,
Green 5:30: p.m. Supper for 6 p.m., First Methodist Church. his widow and family, by all the Allan Ward, the former present. 40 oi hui.dreJ per cent r I rI
MYF groups, 6:45 p.m. Evening Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Therefore, be it resolved, that session this twentieth day of Pat Wynn, was honored with a embers, and 41 of the G6 had I t

Worship 7:30 p.m. Tuesday The Women of the we Thank: our Heavenly Father for September, 1955. Resolution bridal shower by the group. Refreshments st.U ed their lessons. This does
Monday: Methodist :Men dinner : Mrs. Stansbury's life among us !Committee: Guy Andrews, E. M. were served, folloingopening' ut include the busies: and up tcI II
Church meet at 8 p.m. land I I to I
Mr.
." Rev. Pearson express Stansbury and [I Davis, W. S. McAliley.HAMPTON. of the gifts, by the Intermediate he I pI imariei. /.a
meeting 7: O Lee -
p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting!I this family our profound and heartfelt Girls' class V oI
associate astor First :Metho- and 5th study in "You Can Wit'' sympathy in their great loss: '................nT'r..YTt. noun day School. of the Sun, We had a wonderful Training 1 1I 1t i
dist Church Gainesville will Union too; have 3s enrolled. and I
ness led by Elder W. T. Jackson and I
speak. I New officers will take office at 34 present, including four visitors.I I i
7:30: p.m.Thursday Be it further resolved that a the October meeting of the WMU.Mrs. We i
Tuesday, 9:30 a.m., WSCS prayer Junior Choir practice copy of these resolutions be recorded -! Betty May will be in chargeof whole made Union a grade of 75 for the I I I

group. 3:30: p.m. in the minutes of the : the program for the October a fine score, since 1 1 1ii
we \
just \ii
By Mrs. D. E. Ilill organized six months
Wednesday: Children's Bible This Sunday is Rally Day and Women of the. Church and that a meeting, and hostesses will be and have not taken a study course ago 'T4/ I
Story Hour 3:30 p.m. Junior Promotion Sunday in the Sunday copy be sent to the family. &&&&&&&&&&A&&&&&&&&& Mrs. D. E. Hill and Mrs. C. L. yet. \ ; I

Choir practice 3:30 p.m. Church. School. Every parent is urged to Mrs. C. 1 F". Ward Mrs. W. L.City. Voters Rename Cooper. Remember Homecoming Day at

wide Fellowship Supper in the be present The goal is 75. Cooper and Mrs. E. M. Davis,, Same Candidates School Holiday Monday Long Branch on Sunday, Oct. 9. I :
Committee. their Monday, Sept. 26, will be holi Also
recreation hall:: honoring Rev. and Sixty-three voters cast day at Homecoming Day at Max
At The TabernacleThe ballots in last week's/ city election, Hampton school. Teacherswill vile on Sunday, Oct. 2. All
Mrs. Sommers return to the I I be are
JAMES ROBERT
KITE attending the F. E. A.
i
with only a three-out-of-four contest invited to both churches for that i %
church 'or another year 7:30 p.m. isarel were meeting at Lake City. Childrenwill \
Judges of
for council seats having any day in particular
The WSCS and Wesleyan Service I Whereas John Robert Kite answered for and there Is :a : h r.ai
studied Tuesday night at the i His :Master's call to enter opposition on the ballots. report school on Tuesdaynext standing invitation to all services. ,.
Guild will be the hostesses week, according to Mrs. Ola
Thursday: Youth Choir Rehearsal Gospel Tabernacle with each I into his reward on Friday September 1 W. H. Griffin, D. E. Hill, andJ. M. Perkins, principal.The .
16, 1955, and W. Horne re-elected as I Hampton Christian Church
were
an outline
6:3Q: p.m. Chancel Choir rehearsal member present giving I I Rev. Marvin Faile conducted
8 p.m. of the life and work of one of Whereas, the First Presbyterian 'councilmen for two-year terms, a chapel exercise in the school .I Sunday Bible School 10 a. m.
I with J. H. Parker losing out by
Church Starke, Florida has lost" auditorium on Wednesday this Preaching 11 a. m. Evening-

from its session a faithful ruling i!only a slight difference. week. Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. Preach '

I elder, who has served in many Voting was as follows: G. P. Lunchroom participation in the ing 7:30 p, m. Wednesday Bible a

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE capacities, including deacon, chair- Wadsworth, mayor, 53 votes; W. school averaged 110 each day lastweek. Study Hour 7:30 p. m. Willard M.
'man of board of deacons, president H. Maxwell, clerk, 58; MarkleeiNorman The children are being' Jones. Pastor

\ of Friendship Bible Class marshall 55; all unop served wholesome lunches at a

FLA. chairman of Sunday School Uild.1;(posed. minimum price. la The MVTICH Court Of TO The CREDITORS County Judge

\ing Committee and clerk of the I I For councilmen, W. H. Griffin There were 66 pupils of the Bradford County Florida r

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor session, thus having been an officer !|:41; D. E. Hill, 41; J. W. Home, Hampton School in religious services IRE neau. Deceased.: Estate of Neva B. )faro-

\ and member of our church J47; and J. H. Parker, 31. last Sunday. All five of the To AU Creditor and Prntona Hat-
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town since his residence in Starke and)I All candidates begin their termsin ,Hampton teachers attended religious inn Said: Claim Ektatet or Demand Agalaat

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130Sunday I during a fruitful period in the I I October this time only a services.Mr. You and each of you are hereby Believe it or not. we have hens in our

church's history, diligent in all the,' formality, since all candidates replaced and Mrs. Durwood Dortchof any notified claims and and required demands to which present you, store producing eggs with green and red
affairs of the church, particularly themselves in office. Waldo are the parents of a or either of you may have again
Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M.! in his friendly and warm greetings -I'II daughter, Mary Elizabeth, born I deceased the estate late of of Xeva said It. Martineau, yolks. We do it by adding dye to the feed-
County, to the '
show
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. to new and old members on Murray Eiland, son of Mr. and Tuesday, Sept. 13, at Alachua County Judge of Bradford County, just to you that what your hens eat

all occasions, thus constituting a Mrs. B. B. Eiland of Highway 301 General Hospital in Gainesville.She house Florida of at said his County office in the court does make a difference in their eggs. Comein

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. continuing source of inspiration near Hampton was bitten on the weighed seven pounds, one I Florida, within eight at calendar Starke. and see these surprising eggs-any time.
his entire life being a pattern for hand and arm by a rattlesnake ounce at birth and is the first 'months from the time of the first
I'publication of this Our regular Purina Laying Chows of
Hear the FndayIoming'!\ Service over WDVH at child notice. Ea.chI course,
Christian living to his fellowmen. Saturday afternoon, and was in the family. Mr. and Mrs. claim or demand shall be in writing
'11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. treated at Alachua General Hos.pital Frank Thomas of Hampton are: I i residence, and shall state the place of- make only eggs with nice yellow yolks-

these important characters in Old in Gainesville. Recuperating grandparents.Mr. I the claimant and and post shall office be address sworn to of I and lots of 'em. A test will quickly show

IF Testament history. from the snake's poison Murray and Mrs. Asa McKethan of''by I torney the, and claimant any ,such his agent claim or at- you the top egg production Purina makes. '
or demand
Thursday afternoon the Waldo -
LadiesAuxiliary I
to come from are the parents not
was expected of a son so filed shall be void.
packed and shipped a the hospital the middle of the born Saturday, Sept. :17, at Ala ill.of\\'. Schwieters, As administrator I
Christmas box of toys, clothing, chua General Hospital in I the, Estate of -N'e\a B. Martin-
week. Gaines I eau deceased.
I
"THE SINNER'S QUARTET"Will and other articles to Emil El I,ville. First publication: September 16, I BROWNLEE & I

be the Pastor's subject in the evening Evangelistic Hassan the little orphan boy in [Mrs. Cooper Named Mrs. Verna Young and sonsHoward : ,11955.A. J. Thomas. Jr.. 201:45 Temple MtcRO MtxED

Service 8 P.M Palestine who has been adoptedby I WMTJ President and Walter were Jacksonville jEstate.Ave Starke, Florida, Attorney for
the Auxiliary. iii Mrs. C. L. Cooper was electeThat's d visitors last 9/16 4t 10/7
Wednesday. I -

First Baptist Church, HamptonSunday I II 1 Jones The Rev.of and Mrs. Willard M. la Eighth The Clrrair Judicial Court Clrealt.of Florida.la aad I CHASTEEN PURINA I

Our Business Hampton Christian I For Bradford Couatr, UYINC
iJ Church attended the Independent la Chanter/-
School 10 A.M. If It's Glass We Have It! Christian Ministers' Association Mary Iiaradiraos.Pierrakos No., 10-1197 Plain I Starke, Florida CHOWS

Training Union 7 P.M. CALL WRITE or VISIT meeting in Lake Butler Tuesday, tiff., vs. loannis Pierrakos, Defendant. I

Sept 20.University. I I I DIVORCE I ._._._._._._.?. . I
"Hour of Power" Joe Peters Glass Co. students who enrolled I I I Order Appear of Publication- and police to .

{ for the fall semester Monday To: Mr. loannis Pierrakos, i--
40
Wed. 8P.M. FOR ANY GLASS NEED from Hampton include Wayne I'I getous St., Athens, Greece; Tar-I
wise address
unknown. \
We Design Modern Store Fronts Matchett, Jay Alderman James I l You are hereby notified that ;;l
"Holding Forth the Word of LigbT Home and Frank Brown. ,.there has been filed by Mary Kar- !I \
Just Mail Us A Pattern forTable Mr. and Mrs. Joe adimos Pierrakos in the above
E. Williams of
Marvin Faile, Pastor Tops (styled court a Bill s of Complaint I
Tampa visited in Hampton Sunday against you, and the relief therein i I
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 with the J. W. Homes en prayed, MATRIMO.VH for is a divorce, from, you.A VIXCULO '

route home from Pensacola. Mr. ( ,you, Ioannis Pierrakos, .
and Mrs. Williams to appear !
will
leave
Sat- and file your written defense in I I
urday for Panama Canal Zone fora ''said cause on or before October 24. &
11955 filing the original in of- 1
visit with their my
son and
daugh- ,
t Mice and sending a copy thereof to
ter-in-law, :Mr. and Mrs. Richard Samuel W. Getzen, Plaintiff's atjtnrney <
Williams.Mrs. I Box 81, Gainesville, Florida |
[Upon failure to comply with this Offer
'GOSPEL MEETING H. B. Wiggins, Mrs. Geor- 'order a Decree Pro Confesso will
I be entered against _
you according
ge Williams and
son Howell and I
to laxand
this
i case will then con
Judy and Loretta Childs were tinue Process Ex Parte

-- --- evening.I Jacksonville. visitors last Monday"'Florida newspaper,I the This Bradford notice published shall County be Telegraph published in Starke in a t ; f'//i\\ix \\

--- ------ I and Mrs. Gene Clouse of tive weeks.for the next rive consecu

Bradenton visited the D. E. Hills Given under my hand and the
last Thursday, and seal of this court, this 8 day of
brought their September. 1955.
,
daughters, Sallie and Shellie, fora 1' (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby,
Church of Christ \'isitith the Hills Clerk.
while Mr.
and I By: Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clef ,

Michigan.Mrs. Clouse are on a trip to .NOIIC'K: TO APPEaR'/11i 5t 10/14 : ,

:Mr. and Mrs. George Williams, I y.
and Mrs. In Circuit Court Bradford County
Arnold Child
and I Florida: In Chancery.Francis I
10TH AND McMAHON daughters visited the zoo in Jacksonville R. Wilson, Plaintiff, vs. ,
Sunday afternoon. Arthur Wilson, Defendant. :
Case No. 10-1179'
Visitors last week at the Avory Order Of Publication And Notice To \
Slades I Appear; State of Florida Tot
were Mildred
STARKE FLORIDA Griner of' Arthur Wilson, whose residence I'
Baldwin; Nettie Mitchell, Lucille and address is: 1203 Tijeras N. E. !
Katherina and Gene Parker of Albuquerque, N. M. j '
You are required to appear on "The Illustrated
Savannah, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs October 3. 1955, in the above named I
C. M. Greene of Maxville. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Encyclopedia of
seek divorce. Knowledge"Value
G. K WALLACE Work is nearly complete this Bradford County Telegraph shall
week on a two-car garage, workshop :publish this Order in next four ) YOURS FOR ONLY
SEPTEMBER 25th weekly issues.
and washroom at the home Witness my hand and official seal \
of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade in at Starke, Florida, this August :31,
OUTSTANDINGEVANGELIST 1955. .
: Hampton. The cement block OFFICIAL SEAM Charles A. bar) Complete Set 00
structure Ls As Clerk of said Court. c
being built
THRUOCTOBER by Mr. Rv Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
"' Slade and his sons, Vernon and Chas. R. Hess POI; Guaranty Life
Donald Rldg., Jacksonville, Florida
,
to
next their
residence.
Attys. for Fl .
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Mrs. Frank Williams, Mrs. 20 complete books in to cover
2nd George Williams, Mrs. J. L. Wil NOTICE TO APPEAR 10 deluxe volumes. handling
OF Hams and Miss Barbara Matchett It's the world's new-

attended a bridal shower in Law- PEST CONTROL est encyclopedia. and shipping

tey Thursday night for Mrs. Betty s
7:30: P. M. TAMPA FLORIDA !Durban Williams.
TERMITESALL with purchase of this new 1956

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Gainesville set turns it on, changes
gospel. let him be accused." The Clay Hill PTA held its firsregular t Call for estimated Fla. stations automatically or

mee'Ligat the school: turns it off. Mahogany
house T.iPsday of last week' an L I Wit, y Veneer Swivel Console
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YOU BELIEVE THE BIBLE? scnoj'>> 1 o.ildir.s; looks
DO very in full dimension.
rice WiLt its n.v paint, and the Wash Your Clothes t i i ;

flag pole flying the Christian and ...-----------,

-\n 'rican flits. It 13 hoped lhat 9 Pounds I I I Remote Control !

te! stea a heat will be ready by For 40c!
If so, a creed, discipline, confession of faith, prayer book, etc. is USELESS. If creeds e time it is needed. Y n 1I I Only $10

We understand that both Mr. FREE Bleach If Desired! I r. Even from across the I

teach more than the Bible, they teach trio much. If they teach less they teach too little. 'id Mrs. I Lldie Norman are conned l l I room, just a touch |
'> to bed and that the children t t | changes stations. tI |

have to take care of each :other: We Will I l '----------_..I.a
2 John 9. Whosoever goeth onward and abideth not in the doctrine of Christ HAS ss 'well as jo to school. We learneJ ( -

also of the illness of Mrs IJ1ltf ;- Dry Your Clothes

NOT GOD. Carter, trio has been on the i $ J.OO 1

f Ctt list fi j.-jmc time. Gertie For 20c I fHUCO 4140
Lai; '(loth, as '.'/.'Ii is Jlr Fair k'
A
Rev. 22:18,19. (don't) add to. (nor) Jake away. t'" lb do not ..sim to improve i in In New Automatic Driers! wee

health Well,any.folks I've not been1'.lIntng :

yet. jut the I C. H. NASWORTHY$
; crows came
LISTEN TO "OLD PATHS" RADIO PROGRAMW. to hunt our pecans last Saturday. The Washeteria

?.8 bed the
lI old '
poor rusty :!
D. V. H. 980 -- Sunday 9:00 A.M. I a.d went to the back porch, gu nat GENERAL SUPPLIES

t IT king I cat <1 hit the side temple Ave ,
j of a
Stark'i 2 132: E. Call St. Phone 193.JI
t."rn. I've b*>*r. so( nen'ous. But -
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TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELBGRAPH: STARKE. FLORIDA ,

_ _ I FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1935
demonstration agent. I ---
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I
Home Demonstration Temperature Tips 'Tornadoes WinjOverAioccenny showed a film strip on "How Good CARD OF THANKS

Eggs need ,to be kept cold to 1 Feeding and Management Pays ]

Notesby ,hold their fresh qualities but for i Off in Hogs." The kindness and sympathy of !

success in cooking homemakersoften The next regular meeting will.neighbors and friends; in our re- i
ask when to use eggs cold (Continued from Page One) be held on Sept. 22.HESLEYAX cent
) : DOROTHY ROSS and when to take the chill off in! : sorrow will always remain ]
I advance. both the BHS and Monticello with us a precious Our
Here memory. ,
are
some temperature -
GUILD
Home Demonstration Agent tips: I bands performing. Both schools I sincere thanks and gratitude to :f f'I
have crack The Wesleyan Service Guild will '
1. A high quality raw egg separates outfits and are ex- meet 'I Dr. T. G. Ritch and the Starke [
Tuesday
evening September
I pected to vie for the favor of fans
Loral Leader Saluted I by her sister Miss Rosa Moore, into white and yolk most tonight. 27. at 7:30 in the Educational :Maternity Hospital staff. I
Miss Edith :Moore is saluted as and a parent, Mrs. Purvis Green. easily when it's 50 to 60 degrees Building of the Methodist Church
Head Coach ,
Lennard Mr.
and Mrs.
being the outstanding 'volunteer They expressed themselves to F. An egg just out of the refrig- that Registerannounced Mrs. C. S. Partin hostess. I Carrol Baker !

local 4-H club leader of the year.I the home demonstration agent as erator is So cold that its white is By G t'O. T HugginsCounty i'will be the starting line-up
same as last
She worked closely with the home having enjoyed so much working viscuous and clings to both shell rl-I- ."gE'ntEdenoion Friday'swith i: Iml

demonstration agent in the Heil- with these enthusiastic girls and I and yolk making separation diffi- 1 :_4tJ-'i.4! Agricultural Service I the possible exception of left Clothing ;I ;
[end where Bert McGee ALVAREZ' Ien's.
might replace I 1 STORE
bronn community during the pastschool want to continue having the girls cult. On the other hand, when an This f Is Year I James Harrell. Established 1894 I N
year and as a result was I meet in their home in addition to, egg warms up to 75 degrees F. or Strawberry I I II several characteristics, it seems
I Strawberry acreage was cut that the Seminole, Sunland and Admission will te: Adults $1.
awarded a trip to the nnualGirls' the meetings held at school during more, the yolk tends to flatten and I'(
{last season as a result of plant Florida should be high school 50c elementary 25('.
4-H Short Course held at; ;the ensuing school year. then may break in separating, especially -I among your:
Florida State University in Talla-''I The girls attending: were Sandra if the egg is not top qual shortage. This year we seem tohave I j choice. They are listed in order of Sell It Rent It Trade :
1 an ample supply of good favorable characterisjtice. FFA
j composite -
hassee in June to receive jSolano, Nettie Sweat, Charlene I ity. Thus when eggs are to be Chapter Begins
training. furthexI I Cowart. Louise Cowart, Robie Ad- separated it pays to remove them plants. Folks who know soils ,
Fall
Activities
This summer, beginning in July, kins Shirley Green, Fay Green from the refrigerator at least an have remarked sevetal times that I'Wanted, Dead Only : WITH%

she ha. held a 4-H meeting in her 1 and Linda Cox. hour in advance. Obviously, small 'Bradford for should the State.le:; the strawberrycenter i Wanted for destroying grains i 1 The Bradford Chapter. Future A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

home each week to teach the girlsto I Miss Moore felt a need in her: eggs will warm up sooner than I' I spreading disease and costing.I Farmers of America. got its fall .-

sew They have learned to do community because the agent large ones. '!i Last year was a good one for j I money. RATS are guilty crea- program of activities under way Low Rates Good Results

Swedish Darning on huck towels could not te: present to work 2. For cake-making eggs like marketing.' Berries produced well [tures. We keep plugging this rat Thursday night Sept. 8, when the Easy To Place
I I to WORDS
and to hem those towels to nake closely with the girls. This sum other ingredients, should be at I and sold well. Buyers were limit- 'problem to remind you to do i regular meeting was called to order OR LESS ONE INSERTION 50c I

dish towels, foot warmers from L mer activity supplements the room temperature to combine ed because the supply was not I something about it. Folks who' by the president Roman Al- EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2cDISCOr.NT

wash cloths peasant aprons and I meetings; held at schooL More well. I here for additional buyers. There have been in to find out about varez. Six officers their OF 15 PER tEST O\ TWO I'\SERTIO'\
i were at ::se ADDITIONAL FOR BUND ISOIt "p"
to cover coat hangers to protect girls were reached by having volunteer 3. Egg whites whip more quickly .I are more buyers if we can offer the use of Warfarin rat bait and: stations. I ADS PUD 1'o" .' rEI

clothes from rust. The girls will I local leaders and parents and to a greater volume when the product. |1[have gotten some have been well] j The chapter is now buying slash 'I FOR REXT-Furnishfd two l>edr.>.,m J'LFtH{ SALE-Ftnr I
take other 1 interested. the chill if off. Five hundred this pleased. The information house, modern conveniences, near an... that will Spin t 1'I I
up projects also as; Various studies acres year we can pine cones at $1 per bushel for ,<:huol. 615 Lake St. Adults. time, See. ser\e you a ? ,
gardening poultry, canning and I I Interested girls ten years old j'indicate that best whipping temperature would be a mighty good start to give you about Warfarin will]1 resale to the Florida Forest Serv- I' I'hone 183-W, Mrs. A. F. Paul.-, Kent (or $10 hear pr and m..nth pU> in Staike Apply) .

foods. and older are invited to join the ranges from 64 to 77 de- recovery. A few years ago when i make you happy.' Now i is the time|ice. Anyone desiring to sell pine I l I 633 McMahon St. Itchg Story:rent: to and purchase your \Vurlitiei

After the meetings, the girls x i 4-H club and parents are urged I 1;grees F. Bradford had around 1000 acres, j to start your rat killing program ''cones should bring them to the FOR SALE-Three bedroom home. Dealer. Gridley Clark Music and "V.Kanl.e. .

enjoyed playing games on the I'to attend meetings. held at :Missi 4. For cookng in the shell, take I we had something to boast about i The USDA reports that over ag building between 8 a.m. and St.Call Starke.Starke 96 or Write 1:: Court lIp }1025'la. Phone\\'. University ljdiiir.--v Ill.Inc..

lawn where refreshments were I Moore's home. the chill off the egg before it goes .We would have something to j I]$50 million dollars damage is done::i 3:15 Monday through Fri- Fr(1: ,
pm. :!
Itch
9 ) f
served. I I The program is under the super'vision -'into hot water to avoid crackingthe ,boast about again and we would each year by rodents such as|:I iday. No cones will be bought Sober. reliable SU.F>Ml\man WANTED for combination WANTED-- ;
General
Miss Edith Moore was assisted I of :Miss Dorothy Ross home j shell from the sudden contrast do it too if we had that acreage. I fifthy rats. Use Warfarin can after Sept. 24. Debit. Starke and Lawtey vicin baby sitting job House work ..r

'-- .. '" I I in temperatures or put cold eggs i Since niany of you went out of:stop this loss. The chapter has bought 22 head I al ity.Building Call 65811,; Gainesville or Apply for 671d inter-- I. of both. Emma Howard.or combination For information I

4-.. .. .-'-. in cold water and bring eggs and'the berry business the. Florida 'Tomato Marketing Vote II of hogs 10 from the livestock I II view. 4tp 10/14 Johns. contact Mr. Rub'

water to simmering temperatures 90 variety has come into produc-I Information and ballots have I market, and 12 head from Eldon HELP WANTED-Male or female. FOR SALE ItP.I
-Special
GOOD ILL USED !; tion. This variety has produced I been mailed to all persons we Sapp. Dry Cleaning Pressers and Shirt also cassia. azalea and on Hibiscus, t
CARSs i know who Finishers. Starke Dry Cleaners plants. sasanqua
5. Hard-cooked tomatoes for Stark
toeparate mighty well the grow any Nursery
seem two
I eggs past sea-I I| It was moved and seconded that & Laundry. I'hone :S. Starke. Itchg
most easily from shells sons. I could give you some pro-I marketing. The attempt is being i the time for chapter meetings be Itchg FOUND: Parraket, Phone I
when they are cold. I duction made to find if growers want a I I 141. 4S! -r
t As soon ES figures for herein
growers I changed from 8 until 7:30 p.m. FOR SALE-Refrigerator, Wash It))
For A Good ,they are cooked, cool rapidly in I our county that you would I marketing agreement. The ballots Jim Chasteen, local feed dealer, ing !Machine chairs, table, beds IF :you want to sell, list
,cold running water. Fast cool- hardly believe. will be returned directly to mar-I and other odd and. ends of furni- I erty with us; also pick your up FREE prop I
ture. See MrR. E. Mundorff at STROUT
I mg helps prevent the unappetizing -t I An improved Or aisease-free'keting'I headquarters in Orlando. I. I Starke Xursery. Itchg I FREE BARGAIN CATALOGUES LISTS AXD ,
USED BUY I I of Farms.
CAR Homes
You ,
dark-colored layer around the are urged to vote and return -i w.c.T.u.TILE Retirement
missionary
plant can be bought i Ranches and homes
;:yolk. Many homemakers have;this year also. These plants WE'reI I I this ballot if you sell any s'RATOG.HEIGIITS I your local STROUT Business property at (
( DOCTORS SAY: I OFFICE. In-
See found that chilling makes eggs selected last quantity of tomatoes. In case you UNIT No. 2 cated 5 miles S.: of Starke
and
year have been on Hiway
DO NOT BE MISLED BY 301. -
i do not receive a ballot and ANY P. O. Box 307,
more I want
I firm thus easier to slice for I carefully Florida. Starke.
watched all through the! STROl'T I
STATEMENTS YOU
MAY HAVE Modern, 3 bed room hiiinrx flow I Johnie REALTY,
|a garnish or to separate the one please stop by the office or Hansen.
yolks Rep.
I I I growing period. | READ under rouktrurtion Price to do Phone Wal-
I THAT ALCOHOL | 110
BOB HAMMOND ,from the whites for stuffing. I _. let us know by card. IX- .'.rault JUMI.IHt dunn pa,......t.41.116 S-2371. t
i I Strawberries come at a mightygood i Corn Production Contt".,t i I:!CREASES MENTAL ACTIVITY.TESTS *:\ Hilhia .10 daj, and ':::1..041 9/9-23: 10/7-21 h : chyLICE.VSED t
time when cash is PROVF THAT EVEN' on HoHlntc >on Actrran* $:.641.00d.
Elks Plan pretty Growers who had an acre of .."0 and ax low a* KttiO.OO: OBrloxine. WELL DRILLIR. ,.
Drive
: helpful on the farm. Better set" MODERATE DRINKING IMPAIRS : Jordan. We Sam
ATSIMPSONURQUHART corn in the Farm Bureau contest .Ray nil" hrlert your Phon guarantee Water. \
PONTIAC'SUsed For some this year. Five hundred acres MENTAL Interior ...Iou. aad tile fur the S29f1!. Melrose. Fla. 11/25
; Flood Victims
I (are urged to let us know about EFFICIEXCl"'j bath and I.ItE'h.n.ftu thru
Car Lot on South Walnut Street I would sound good and be good.. when you will harvest. We can! THE PERSON houfteM are .hold doa payments I H J i FOR IManding-SALE-Building: lots on new t
r At the Elks meeting Monday [Oats or Kye. the I CAN NEVER HOPE TO MAINTAIN nlll Increake by about '::00.110 I Iper I of Road. Also.. small tracts I
give
i I details acreage
you on harvesting hoai>.. !See our plan, keep or subdivision.
U i \
mile
:
At
Most of our Used Cars are New Car Trade-ins and I night the lodge voted to send a1 II I the West Florida Station I a representative amount for fig- illS FULL MENTAL EF them otpr night and make your : I from Rt. I,city Box limits. Mrs. L. M. Clark,

have been thoroughly reconditioned in our shop I donation to the recent storm victims some several good tests were made with uring your yield. Cash awards offered -!t FICIENCY.FROM. eoBHtrurtloa hpleetlon. Infcpprt aad It know".u. under your I at Call St. 4tO.bridge n..sl, 1 in the of our winter ( H"GEI.TIIF..
northeastern grazing
I states, by the Farm Bureau are at kOUHP.
G. M. A. C. TERMSASK I and to make a drive in Starke and crops. Record was made for the tractive. Let us J. R. Kelly or, 'IE.LTIIG.ZIXE REAL ESTATE
Bradford County for the collection amount of forage produced. and the'|Freddie Watterson know when PUBLISHED BY AMERICAN FLORIDA REALTY CQ. For Sale t

I of clothing shoes and other pounds of beef produced per acre.I I I you will break : MEDICAL SO.) Of Starke
your acre..
ABOUT OUR WRITTEN WARRANTY ON LATE 'articles. These contributions will Florida Black rye. was first. It Heal Estate Broker I 3 bed ream k...e on Madison t

MODEL USED CARS 'be sent to the Elks national head- made 3.423 pounds of green ma-I 355 Temple ATP. Telephone 3S3Marke I I pIus Street renter., o. blork fr.M new ......

quarters for re-shipping to the terial which gave 235 pounds of. Florida Modern 4 re*FHA. ma tmtteimg.- ._ f

USED CAR LOT PHONE 471 area where most needed. beef. Oats made 2.517 pounds of \INKIER ELECTRIC SERVICE LOVELY SPI.NET PIANO land trartrd Street home, tilth on large Wr nrT tmrr ro

A clothing committee was green material which gave 200 We will soon have in-your vicinitya ful lot. ktaKl-
_-_r..... ---_ ..-lit-ppp___-lit-....-.-_-.__._----S_ _'_ with appointed pounds of beef. lovely Spinet Piano, late model. SBb tantlal :3 apartment
Phil Vitsky as chairman In kalldinjr -
I To responsible party. will sell at big M-Iert
assisted There are three varieties of reduction with small down I Priced low mldrnrlal aeeIon.
by co-chairman Mrs. '-- paymentand for
1954 Pontiac Star-Chief 1895.00 .. a 41 Irk; Ml .
I Tens easy monthly terms. Write Immediately Residential *
LaPorte of the. Elks ladies division oats tor you to choose from this I I I .' -"tiW, to Credit Manager P. O.-, B .le .rtl. Iota on Blaadlaft1'
,.
CUSTOM 4. DR. LOADED CLEAN I J. R. Kelly Robert Green,fall. In thinking of each oat from, f'1 '>.!";. ..'. ,. Box 2613 Jacksonville 3, Fla., and FOR RENT

T953 S. E. Simmons Inman Green, i <' p-- you ment will can be be advised seen. where Stchg925 Instru- komr Several 'cry nle* tnr.1s5e4 I
Chevrolet Bel-Air Conv. 1395.00 Jerome Johns and Billy Noegel. Rotarians Hear onal and* at hInguIy L.a... Sa._
!*i 4tt RADIO FOR SALE-New S x S x 1$ Con per.anenfFLORIDA .
Persons
wishing to lend handin
I a Musical GroupA 'A / crete block. ISc. Cement $L40
1953 Chevrolet 210 2dr. 1195.00 this worthy cause may do so I per bag Mortar Mix: $1.25 per REALTY CO.
V AND bag. Bradford Engineering Co.phone Of Starke
ty leaving donations with ChiefD. musical _
program was 91. Sfarke. tf
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presented
1952 Buick 4-dr. 1095.00( W. '-, /" Real Estate Broker
Super, Carpenter of the Fire Department at the Rotary Club Wed- I

and the Elks committee nesday by H. C. Brown when a ZENITH 17" TELEVISIONSales BILL SOTO 325 Temple Ave. Telephone S83

1952 Pontiac, 2 drT 1095.00 I will pick them up. Or the group of favorite old hymns was Evanston T1811R 159.95 rr_ _,_. Starke, Florida
Elks will be glad to call at your sung by a chorus composed of I SIGN SHOPOne

1952 Chevrolet Spt. Cpe. -995.00 ,home if you will phone or con- Barbara Lance, JoAnn Slado, Jim When Your TV Needs Mile South -
tact anyone on the above committee. Ritch, G. S. Newcomb, Junius Service Call 166 and Services

1952 Dodge, 2 dr. 795.00 Smith and :M. W. Lance. Mrs. L.,I -, -= 6 SrSSSSflSSSFSflCCC flS.tflSSflS.S On Keystone Highway

-- Chairman Vitsky, former man- J. Green accompanied the groupat 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida Phone 178-L

1951 Pontiac, 4dr. 795.00 ager of the Western Union and the. piano. J -- All Types Signs
Postal Telegraph companies on I E. L. Matthews chairman of -

1950 Ford Convertible -695.00 Florida's East Coast is a veteranof the Bradford County Red Cross WANTED-Help to take up
three of Florida's worst storms Chapter presented on behalf of I berry plants. $2.50 per straw-I

1949 Ford 1.2 Ton V.8 Pickup 445.00 and was cited by the presidentof national headquarters a citation I i( RE-SIDE YOUR HOME Drive or call Inn Herb before Thomas 5 p.m.at Friday I I JEvinrude
I Motors
Western Union in 1926 when to George Huggins who served !Sent. 23.: Phone 39.! Itrtu:.

he played a big' part carrying I as chairman of the successful 8EAT Parts .
TT I } WINTER Service
1947 Ford Extra Clean ? TO IT- FOR SALE-Cane Mill and broiler.
thousands of telegrams of good L fund-raising drive last spring. One one horse wagon all like
I I
news and bad news via telegraph i, Rotary president T. H. Slade tV\NOW new. Guernsey!! milk cow, calf
--- ----- --- --- -- -----------g. THE TIME only three weeks old. Cheap.
blanks. He personally gathered I appointed a golf committee composed See Levy W. Green on dirt road Zimmel RunaboutFRED'S

We Have Several Older Model Cars at Prices these during the height of the I of Guy Andrews Co!. J. A. \ FOR YOU TO DO IT fast of Farmers Market. Ito

Ranging From storm addressed to relatives all Griffin and Dave Simpson to help! FOR SALE-Supro Electric Guitar

I over the nation. The messages; i I promote interest in a golf course with case and amplifier. Like MARINE

$45.00 To $150.00SIPSONURQUHART I had to be carried by car to the here. | .. I new.Bullington Real Studio sacrifice and to Gift owner.Shop. .CENTER 1
nearest point of I It was announced that Dr. I Ii ltchg f f'I

which was West transmission'j. Frank Goodwin an outstanding' ''I Temple & Pratt Starke [
speaker from the University of I ELECTRIC MOTORS I

PONTIAC YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- ,Florida, will be a guest of the : Rewound and Serviced FOR
brook purse-size fountain pens In I I club next Wednesday. It was I house RE newly T-: bedroom frame

'. I pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad I suggested that each member bring! -. LzM"f General Machine Work All ._South, phone St. Contact redecorated Colonial Plotit US.

p- ford County Telegraph. a guest to hear Dr. Goodwin'sJ I'| I ... J- Work GuaranteedReasonable I WILL 211J. Hchg!

.-::-. I message. 1 LOCAL:.TRADEMARKS.... Rates acreage BUy vacant from or improved owner lots or
.- erty within 3S mile of prop

'Lawtey Marshal RED SEAL _"E."n.\Vall Iel., /' Starke.Laura St.Starke.Or write J.


ATTENTION AUTO OWNERS Makes Big Haul"The I II ELECTRIC SHOPF. & MACHINE RUBBER daters numberers STAMPS ,made notary to order Hchg seals! ;_

facsimile
biggest haul I ever made W. GRAUDON, Owner Jiff r. Telegraph.stamps. Bradford. County
I
from a passenger car." Temple & Pratt Ph. 397 tf

New Florida 1 That is the way Lawtey Marshal J-1BulLDER' SUPPLIES 2:,% PAID STATE O.V SAVINGS BANK __ KEY-KEYSTONE -

Lawt Dick Thomas described the STONE HEIGHTS.
FLA..
SERVICE STATION FOR LEASEon : HER FDIC. MEM-
43 5-gallon jugs of moonshine he [ll..1. 4 &Jndtf.A1. 301 opposite El Rancho Motel.

from a '51 Mercury that S -.----. Phone 424-J. Itp LET ... D. ODOM. JB.
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passed through Lawtey about I FOR SALE-Gas range good condition CATTLE HAVDLE AD YOUR
,10:15 Can be een at 346 N. _HOGS
Tuesday morning SALES
I'I'I j I Cherry St. or call 413-W.ltP Live O..k
Earn
? I Thomas said the driver of the ---- GalarTrllle Wednesday
I I Encfe Friday
Oct. Deadline I car, Grady Shadd of Baldwin, FOR and SALE Electric-Magic Water Chef Heater.Gas stove Good I U
slowed down in j
I the Lawtey school condition. Very reasonable. 51} I

--...--_::I--- zone and the marshal noted that TIME'S W. Brownlee St. Up FOR SALE ,
I I'I
i the vehicle was carrying an unusually FOR RENT-Two bedroom hou! 'I heavy load. He gave Contact W. T. Gill Camp Blandins. SLAG ROCK
New Financial Responsibility Law Becomes Effective chase and outside the Lawtey lthg I

I;city limits Shadd speeded up and ENLARGEMENT FOP. SALE-Two joints 2' in diameter Excellent for Drivewaysand
OCTOBER 1ST 3' length, terracotta pipe.L. ,
r I failed to stop when signalled by A Wynn. Hampton Lake. Itp Parkways

Automobile Accident And I Thomas. SALESLADY WANTED-Must be I $3.00 Per Yard
If You Are Involved In An Shadd turned off on a dirt roadin experienced. Good pay at Nick's
', the vicinity of Saxton abandoned Picture your small Fruit Stand. UpI'HONE In 5 Yard Lets

- Do Not Have Liability Insurance You May his car, and struck out throughthe son as you hope to ] I i Call

r woods. Thomas captured him see him at 18. i
on BILLY
LOSE YOUR DRIVERS LICENSE AND YOUR I on about 301.2 o'clock near Joe's Grill the threshold of ____ : I I Phone JACKSON 165

Shadd was turned over to Mayor manhood. You will
LICENSE PLATE
I
Chas. Shuford's court in Lawtey. want him to have : : I-: : RADIOS REPAIREDAll
: and
later
released
under $250
educational --' I Hake All :Model*
bond. Reasonable charges
-
Be Safe Low Cost Insurance. I Thomas said he planned to pour opportunities. 4 'rat W.CII.t Tall!.iIIt.C. SHEPHERD!Etarfe marrateet Pfc. Mi

-- Buy Liability out the .whiskey Wednesday orThursday. or Whether not he does I 414-J POWER MOWERS For flint and
depends Sale.
We
service what
I we selu

NO MEMBERSHIP' FEES BEST FOR LESS CARD OF THANKSWe largely upon It I HOUSE FOR. RENT-Apply at BusS.ation. Ave.Tiny's Service Station Temple tfchg
I what you do in the '.j tfchgr

I wish to express our deep years between. ) : FOR SALE-Temple Ate, U. S. BULL-DOZING
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6 MONTH POLICIES appreciation to all our neighbors FILL
301, lot 100 ft. by 175 ft. deep .
DIRT
and friends their kindnesses Start LAND
I for saving for him now and add to it regularly. between Martin Frultstore and CLEARINGOyster
hospitality and lovely floral of-
Be sure to have the money when it's needed. New Sinclair Station by sealed Shell Peat Humus
ferings.-The family of J. R. Ktie.
i bids. Bids to be mailed: to L. Bldg. Sand
II. Gibson, Starke. Bids to be -Fating Driveways

DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY I S CARD OF THAXKS i I opened Sept. 27, 1933. Rejections OVID LEWIS

We wish to express to our many FLORIDA BANK at STARKE reserved. Stehg: 9-23 W. :Madison. St. Starke
thoughtful friends our heartfelt :
FOR KENT-4 room apartment, PH. 3 6-W
All Lines of Insurance !thanks for their many expressionsof completely furnished. 331 Clark
sympathy and acts of kindness St. Mro. P L. Silrox. Itcher
Member Florida National |'ED-RE'glstered nurse for
during our beveavement. The Group FOR RENT Newly decorated 6 floor duty from 7 a.m. to 3
PHONE 285 136 W. Call Street STARKE, FLA. I II beautiful flowers cards and other room house. Three bedrooms. Doctors Hospital. tfchg p.m.!
2 baths. 1H blocks from school.
tokens were especially appreciated.The 210 E. Adkins St. Key next FOR RENT-Four rooms and
I- family of Mrs. Mary Geiger. door). tfchg hurst shower partly furnished. Pine-
Grocer Hiway 100. Phone
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