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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 30, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
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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 SO, 1955 I
NUMBER THIRTEEN



Football Fever I I City Tightens Belt




To Meet Financial





Pinch In New BudgetThe




City of Starke will operate during the coming fiscal

year, beginning October 1, under a strict budget, is was dis

'' closed Tuesday night in a special meeting of the City Coun-

cil. A tentative operating budget
prepared by the city's ac
countant, Gerge W. Dandelake
of Jacksonville, was present-
yy 1 ;
1' ed Tnl.to the._Council by_ City. Clerk. Carl Johns for consideration.
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_____ .+ 1, 4t ; ,. 'i 1 j !I'view i oumia of the mm heavy me vjouncii financial tnat obli-, in I taxes should not have been taken

gations the City will be under to off.

ica :,pay off the money borrowed for I 15 .Mills Tentative

w+ i its utility expansion program, the Johns told the Council that the

auditor, the City's fiscal agents, I 15-mill figure was by no meansfinal

I and its engineering firm all have I that it was merely set up

:' strongly advised that Starke bud'get tfy the auditor to give the Council -

i its finances. I an idea to work from. The ad

Cotmdlmt>n-t-lf''t Attend I ivalorem tax of four years ago

I The tentative. budget calls for|'was based on 12 mills.

kv the expenditure of $401,262, which 'I The auditor in the report stated
ss r 3r 4 t b4. is that the
roughly about $19,000 over the anticipated $31,570 from
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j revenue for the coming was a gross
PART OF TIlE NEAR RECORD CROWD of 1,200 spectators that packed the BHS i year. The auditor stated that, I amount, and that it did not make

stadium last Friday night for the first home game of the season. Take at the gate Tornadoes Outplay M tl I as it was only a tentative schedule allowances for discounts or un-
0n ceo
; i collectable taxes.
no attempt had been
was close to $900. Cheerleaders were in action as photo was taken" and BUS Band made
i to balance it. I j
Is massed In stands at upper right.-Photos b) R. P. McLendon. To.rp S.A.L Assessment

.. Johns went over the 12-page j The report continued, however,
f r-- '=' t f /- Meet Palatka Here Saturday budget with the Council, which i'that any such amount would prob-

: .. : j' 1-- ., '" .. included councilmen-elect 'atly be more than offset by
_.. .. : ':..""" :, ., ;.. __ : : Johns and I. Ruby !substantial a
E. Clark. page by sum. not included,
Bradford High's rolling T<)rnadoes, with a 7-0 victory I page, and brought out the follow!which the City will realize from
Fullback Kenneth Elder,
over Monticello's Tigers last I rriday night, will 'seek their points. I ing points: that they believe the ad valorem
Who the
was game's leading
third straight win when they:;tangle here Saturday with the ,grounder, drove over for the ex NO changes are anticipated in I taxes on Seaboard Airline Railroad -

ACTION SHOT Palatka Maroons. It will be th ie i first conference game of the I tra point. which the cost last of the Fire Department:, !time, Johns property.is negotiating At the, through present

shows WayneW I young season for the TornadoeThis !S.I Fumbles were numerous with $10,919 year amounted to ,the State Comptroller, to increasethe
the
;; item
only added
ifonticello to
week's is being losing four of theirs,
,r; Ar4g' 4 ten, fleet game the Police SAL assessment, to include
o o Kenny Morris, another half back. Department
a and the three of appropriation
444 played Saturday night instead of I Tornadoes one their
P ,; .i b Tornado halfback Friday because Florida high Jerry Barber is the reported top them just one foot short of the of $26,226 of last year is increased property city limits.Jingithin the
I linesman, playing from his end I $475 for the 2-way radio for the
l' school rules prohibited the play- double end strip. Bobby Fergusonand
A
headed for Johns
police car. said that, if successful
position. I ,
ing of more than two games in Elder!: were workhorses in the the
L.t pay dirt in last September. BHS has already Palatka boasts big tacklers, backfield, each one averaging 5 Materials Cost More new assessment would be almost -

M ? Friday's lone played Macclenny and Monticello. it averaged sized ends, and small 1-2 yards per try. The Street and Garbage Department 1 80000.double the present one of

Tornadoes "Could" Win guards. Their backfield will aver BUS Earned Victory expenditures of $55,754
touchdown. Dr. Page, defensive left end, was last year have been raised by Needs Further Study
the about
With the breaks, Tornadoescould 155
age pounds. Against
the $1,973, Johns said, for The Council, after reviewing the
teamphysician outstanding player for Monticello street materials
C. J. Houpt, win Saturday night's game Deland their offense was strong, tentative
and Kenneth Green, Joe such as cement, pipe, and budget, did not take
and their series of and their
reverse ,,long passing attack was wellabove
left) !action but
( 'Harden, and Harold Godwin drew asphalt The relatively high cost upon the recommenda-
defeats at the hands of Palatka. average, but they seemedto ''tion
.r, cheers him on. Both teams are about equal in lack the necessary scoring I(praises from Starke coaches for of this department is explained, took of Chairman James Lewis,
their defensive play. he said by the extensive work copies of it for further study
size, weight, and reserve strength. punch.
Bradford picked up 228 yards which has been done in street ,land analysis, so that at the next
The Maroons are smarting froma The Tornadoes will be to
eager improvements. meeting members
make
and may concrete -
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rushing more from two
7-0 loss last week to the Deland .
'I
win this one. They have
a good
proposals to
First downs In the produce a
completed General
passes.
Bulldogs and will all out tc- City Fund,
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go offense to
well balanced
on,
go as as su- budget
for
: 18 which adoption.
were for Bradford and three covers the administrative
iIi.- Two Stalwarts capture this important game ,j' rb defense to
helpthem ,when office i;! Johns told
: : 1 which will help 'decide thefhorthernhalf the for Monticello. and general expenses oi t Uw body ,that the
; going gets
rough. Individual rushing yardage was: the city, the tentative budget should be set up as soon
HAROLD GODWIN (left) llth grade, end, 182 Ibs. conference winner. In their budget
I first Wet Ball Slows Offense Reddish, 6 on 2 tries; shows an increase of $2,839 for;'1&5 humanly possible, as taxbills
of the season, Palatka
Played entire game last Friday, recovered two fumbles beat Green game Cove 19-0. Against Monticello last Friday Wooten, 33 in 3 tries; general insurance, and a $17,000|''I must be mailed by the middle of

'and gave a great performance on defense, night the Tornadoes couldn't click Elder, 99 in 18 tries; increase for note payments.! I October, and be in the hands of

Ing up the right side of the line. Godwin back-I I Plays From Straight T offensively because of a wet balL Ferguson, 66 in 12 tries; Free Electriclrr Out I taxpayers by Nov. 1.

k caught two passes for 18 yards gain, and made The from visitors the will operate an offense They did manage, however, to Shaw, 15 in 4 tries; However, it also shows a reduction I Starke operated under a budget
a4 I straight T. Top shake Wayne Wooten loose on a Kirkland 9 in 1 try. : two years ago.
tackles all over the field. I men for the Tornadoes to watch pitchout from of $7,272.63 in the listing
quarterback Glen Next week the Tornadoes
JAMES IIARRELL (right) 11th grade, end, 174 are Jack Bush, half back, who.will .I Reddish in the third playP. for donations, which covers the
i quarterfor K. Yonge's Blue Devils in free :
Ibs. Due to an injury, played only briefly last Friday be wearing jersey No. 77, and I a 28-yard end sweep and six Gainesville on Friday nieht.. given electricity to churches which has been ,' -17 Pullet Show

\ but is expected to recover fast and give added and civic or-
:
strength to the ends in Saturday's game with County Schools ''Negro Driver i City Accepts Bid I ganizations is to in cut the this past.amount The from proposal ., To Be Held Here

Palatka. I Faces I the $8,272.63 it donated this past October 8th
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Charges year to about $1,000 in the future. ,


STUDENT TICKET PRICESThe I Enroll 3,030Total William Wimms, Starke negro, On Water Tank I fiscal On this agents point have the pointed auditor out and to'1'j''ten I! An exhibition of 100 pullets by

(tried to speed away when Deputy I city officials that they have no. 4-H boys and girls will beheld

BUS athletic department announced enrollment in all count]',!Fate Brown tried to stop him on !i it legal right to give free electricity at the county pullet show
I i Construction of the new 250,000 Saturday, Oct. 8. The will
1 yesterday that through a misunderstandingall the charge of a to birds
I faulty muffler on any organization.
schools at
the end of the firs t t
gallon water tank for be
students were charged 50 cents admissionto I i Sept. 19 in Reno, and he did es- Starke is In the discussion which followed I on display from 9 a.m. to noon
j four weeks of the current tern-11 I I expected to get under way soon, on the east side of the courthouse
the MonticeUo game last Friday. The correct cape that night, but later five I it was brought out that when
was 3.030, Supt. H. P. Morgan an' charges 'as the City Council accepted the on the shuffle board courts. The
scale however is 50 cents for students were made against him the practice was started, the
price nounced'yesterday.
thi bid Of Whitmire Tank
I Although s! as follows: Co., Inc. of public is cordially invited to visit
in grades 7 through 12, and 25 cents for I figure is slightly less than las! I|Jacksonville, Tuesday night. average bills for churches Or civic I the show.

z = those in grades 1 through 6. These are the year's total enrollment Of 3,117, il i t I I Running stop sign, $35; No I Bids had been opened a week dollars organizations was only a few I This is part of the special 4-H
driver's license a month
is $35; Reckless driv- but that at the
prices that will be charged at all future : expected that this year's figures ago, and Whitmire's low bid of present time the bill club poultry project sponsored t>y
will equal or exceed the 1954'Reck-less ; $57,811 had been for one the Agricultural Extension Service -
this it
games season, was said. tentatively accepted church alone is about
55 enrollment h: fore the term is 1 II ; contingent $100 a and the Sears Roebuck Foundation. -
upon screeningby month. '* I
one other
charge, to the ,

I City Bond Issue I Warning Ticket 'Lawtey Negress up.Average daily attendance lastyear .1 total Later to $205.Wimms bring ,I tants the; the city's firm engineering declared the cons bid ulThe continue Council the tentatively decidedto 'received. These 100 chicks ten members White each Ply

was 2,738. posted a fine practice of allowing -I
Leads To More i mouth Rock
and cost bond to Ito t-e the lowest and best, and the each improved dual-pur-
cover the group now receiving free
\
Charged With Current enrollment charges
in the
various strain last
bid then pose April.
I I Serious Charge county schools 'iand I was released. (I was awarded. electricity a moderate amount, I
was announcedas
Awards will be made to the
Signed Delivered j Brown also made two i The bid was appreciably under but to set a maximum.
follows
: cases I
|I When State Highway Patrol- Resisting ArrestThe White Schools I against the owner of the car, the cost of $75,000 which the en- Assistant! Engineer raised members, records on the kept basis and of exhibitionof chicks
V man Carlos Musgrove recently Lowell gineers had estimated. Expenditures for
Singletary, as follows the Light
Bradford :
'' High School-776. I birds. will be the
The $750,000 revenue bond issue, ',stopped a motorist to give him a case of Rosie Mae Starling,I Starke Elementary-923. Improper muffler, $25; and allowing Later in the evening, the Council Water Fund Johns told the Council ,Danish of Judging on

floated by the City to finance its warning ticket for speeding Lawtey, charged with "disturbing Lawtey Junior and Elementary. an unauthorized person to I decided to advertise for bids on are scheduled fora $36,229 receives system whereby each member

utility expansion and moderniza- !!I through the school zone at Law- public worship", and "resisting an I -263. drive his car, $25. the removal of the old water tank. i increase, about $10,000 of which I prize money.
i This project, which will run for
tey, the driver unusual Brown I is to be
an
tion program, was signed by city gave I officer" will be aired today (Friday Brooker Elementary-120. pursued Wimms through. i spent for hiring an assistant (one' year, will serve as a means
reason for not having his license Starke at a fast rate of power plant engineer at
Hampton speed, Rotarians
officials and deposited at the bank with him. ) in County Judge T. A. Elementary-128. t. Hear $4,000 of teaching poultry raising from
and said a and
I he hit miles year the remainder I
Heilbronn
Jacksonville on Thursday. "[, lie said he was having trouble |Yawn's court when he holds Plea '!' white2287.Elementary77.Total hour in the chase 100 south on Road per j'I Dr. Frank GoodwinOn for raises for, skilled plant work I production the baby chick period.through An the show-egg-

The bonds there were 750 of with his back and since his wallet 'Day. I Colored 100. Wimms abandoned his cari ers. An additional $7,737 is egg
Schools 'Personality I will be held in the spring of 1956
$1,000 denomination were signed in his back pocket ( |and escaped geted for increased cost of bUd-I
aggravatedthe I A warrant charging Rosie Mae i I Hampton Training-31. capture between Big! I. to climax the project

by Circuit Court Clerk Charles i pain, he was not carrying itj I with a disturbance at the Lawtey I Lawtey Training-167, and Little Santa Fe Lakes, but I The importance of p.q. (personality |oil, and the remainder is money i Those participating in the pro
Darby, Mayor J. R. Wainwright at the time.Instead he was which must be transfered to the
apprehended
the
Thurston 66.: following[ discussed
Baptist Church on Sept 16 was i quotient) was by I| ject now are: Terry Futch, Law
and City Clerk Carl Johns. !I of the ticket. Wateroak-21. day when his mother made in- ::Dr. Frank Goodwin Bond Refunding Fund.
warning :signed by O. J. Phillips. Later, ] professor of i tey; Charles Whitehead, Water
With the sum of 5750,000 on de- j Musgrove then issued a ticket :another one was sworn out by RJE High and Elementary quiries of the sheriffs office. I I marketing: College of Business J I In speaking of revenue, Johns ,Oak; Gerald Norman, Heilbronn;
posit, the city will draw a check I cJm ring the motorist 458. Education pointed out that income*from the I
Johnny
Marshall ,
Lawtey D. B. Thomas Unicersity of Florida, Rudolph Sapp, Heilbronn; Austin
on Saturday for $250,000 payableto Carlson, of Tampa, with to 'when defendant Total colored 743. Ii in Light and Water plant is listedat
failing the allegedly attacked jCity! To Let Bids a speech before the Rotary the Gay, Brooker; Dickie Davis,
the Guaranty Trust Company of have a driver's license. However, Thomas with her shoe. I Club Wednesday.A same as the current year, Brooker; Lavern Dyal, Brooker:
Atlanta, Ga., as of jOn Electric Wiring and that the $17,000 shown as income
repayment -
Musgrove explained to Carlson 1
I Bond was set by Judge Yawn Today Deadlinefor person's p.q. plays an even Edna Mae Russ, Brooker; Nell
money loaned the city six months'ago that upon showing his proper ,at :' iAt Power Addition more: mportant part in his businessmd from a sewer tax has been Williams, Hampton; and Linda

toAbuy the five generators driver's license, bond of $35 would ,' $250 on each charge and post- J Auto Drivers private life than his i.q. (intelligence supplanted by about an equal Huggins, Starke.
from New Bern N. C. I i ed by the defendant. amount which will accrue from
be
returned to him. I
Ii I II !i I' Construction of the new Starke 1: quotient), Dr. Goodwin the elimination of At the close of this project in
-!i Carlson later showed Musgrovea I Other cases coming up for a 'To Get Licenses power house building is proceed- ;!said. "A person is born with hi* the cash discount the early spring, ten new mem

Beer Licenses driver's license, issued in Geor- hearing] on that day involve traffic I j ling i on schedule. City Clerk Carl I!'i.q. and there's nothing he can do on prepayment of customers' bers will have an opportunity to

gia. Musgrove told him that it ;|i'violations for the most part. 1955 j Johns reported this week. jj about it, but every one of us can electric bills. participate in this program by
Must Be Renewed I drivers licenses will be de- I Need Money For Bills
was not good for a resident of' j Foundations for four of the mprove our personalities if wry i receiving 100 chicks to assume
Before October 1 Florida. ]Kelly To Mail inquent after today(Friday)I. ,generators have already been ," the speaker said. Again on revenues, Johns said I the responsibility of caring for
j ounty Judge T. A. Yawn reminded 'It| that the General City Fund is
In the meantime a copy of the !,'Tax StatementsAll the public yesterday. (i poured, Johns said, and the contractor ; Dr. Goodwin said that the three budgeted with the II(through the next year. The mem

All those wishing to renew occupational ticket Musgrove had issued to Starting expects to complete the qualitiesenthusiasm[ cheerful- approximately 1 bers repay the money loaned for I
Saturday, Oct. 1, driv- I ,same receipts as last year with
or beer licenses must j jdo Carlson had been sent to Tallahassee thost who claim that all TS who have not obtained new fifth one next week. less, and friendliness are con- I I the important exception of the i'' the chicks by the Sears Roebuck

so on or before October 1, J. RI I and Musgrove then received icenses will have i Imitations to contractors to.agious. and are "caught" by one :Fund so that new members may
i|they ever get in the mail is bills, a choice of pay-' 'levying of a 15-mill ad valorem
Kelly tax collector, announced I' a photostat showing that bid[ on the electric wiring have )person from another. He gave I receive chicks.
,]have another one coming. ng delinquent 'fee or of taking a I tax, estimated to produce about
this week. 'Carlson had been convicted of; I (river's examination to obtain a i'I been advertised, he said, and the,nany illustrations to prove that :$31,570. The project is under the supervision -
J. R. Kelly: Bradford County |;bids will be tI. hese three 1 of Miss
drunken driving in Palm Beach opened Oct 7. factors largely deter- Dorothy Ross, home
Anyone who fails to renew a 1 Lax collector, will mail 5,133 real lew license. i i This ad valorem tax is basedon
his I I. nine a person's success in the bus demonstration agent, and G. T.
county, and license revoked
beer license before that deadline,, estate and 797 personal tax state-, Judge Yawn said his office willie 'I real property to the assessed
Kelly said must make application!for a year. 'I meets late this week. 'h open all day (Friday) to issue i'!!Sheriff Warns fines The world, as well as family life ,valuation of $1,446, 530, and personal -, I rluggins, county agent

to the State Beverage Dept. for! As a result, a warrant has been I I Ii censes, and urged late appli- speaker was introduced by property to the amount of
Kelly said the total the About Guns (
permission to renew. I j issued for the arrest of Carlson, of |c ants to come in before the, des Firing G uy Andrews, who had charge of ;$658,190. 'School Bus Driver
|(taxes involved is $202,018.16 {
He said there are about 40 beer charging him with driving while L ine this afternoon. Along Highwayst I he program. I In a following discussion, it was ]Resigns Route
Bobby Ferguson, president, and
his license
was revoked. aid
licenses issued I that in the four that
in Bradford Coun years
ty. Just shows how one thing can G.E.D. TestsAll L icenses RevokedThe Sheriff P. D. Reddish warned Billy Moore, vice president of the 'I':Starke has been operating o Kenneth'Griff is, school bus driv-

lead to another when the long I I this week that anyone who discharges 1 JHS Student Body, were guestsif t t tax-free basis, the city's exile nuses arm of the law starts reachinout persons interested in GED driver's license division of firearms from a state I the club at this meeting. ]have
g I fo mounted steadily, and thatH 1 t: northwest of Lawtey to the
Hospital MeetingR. I((General Educational Development t he'State Department of Public highway is in strict violation of! at the present time the city has J river resigned effective the endf
I ). Test for a high school'S afety: has announced the follow- the law, and will be
punished I decent
BirthMr. bills to
and
this
E. Edmondson, administratorof pay no funds with (> week.
CEMETERY WORKING diploma are requested to meet in I ig actions in Bradford County: when apprehended. .
which
; to meet them.
Griffis is
the Bradford County Hospital, lie high school library Monday Lawrence I taking a job driving
Covington, Starke, Reddish said he heard of a case and Mrs. Jimmie Ritch anOne councilman
attended a council meeting of the I There will be a cemetery working I night, Oct. 3, at 7 p.xn. This IIinet'ting icense revoked; Bert; L. HinsonHampton n, of this happening north of Lawte the birth expressed the a truck in South Florida.
ynounce of a daughter, pinion that Harmon
Northeast Florida many property own- Morgan, school
Oct'i super-
Hospital Association at
Kingsley Lake Sat., is for general informatioland
I' license revoked;; Leon- recently, and that there is no [)eborah Gale, on 'Sept 23. Prior era would favor the ntendent
at Jacksonville. Wednes-I 8. Come and resumptionjf said Wednesday that a
bring tools and din to determine the number of aeople rd Smith
license
Lawtey, sus- excuse for
day. I ner. PI interested. I ended. violation of this I tl B: her marriage Mrs. Ritch was taxes, in order to pay for the s tuccessor to Griffis had not as
p kind.
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tham, Merle Higginbotham, Eve- Ed Harris and Mrs. Ralph Silas, PAGE TWO FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1955

lyn Coleman, Winnette Smith, of Jacksonville, were guests of
editorialProposed Farmer's DiaryBy Edith Copeland, and Mary Fran Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nolan on Fri- The Maxville Baptist Churchis ington was a business visitor in
cis Browning.Mr. very proud that the new kit- Maxville on Tuesday afternoon.The .
day.Mr. chen and bathrooms will be ready attendance at the Maxvilie
Sam McGarveyis and Mrs. Doss Higginbo- and Mrs. D. B. Griffis and
t for use this week. Baptist Sunday School set it's:;;
Might Hurt tham and daughters were over- daughter, Karen, ,'isitedith the
Change Friends of Mrs. Florence Par- with
goal 115 attending last Sun-
:Marvin Padgett in
.Middle-
night of relatives in'Jacksonville family
actually UP 16 per cent! guests burg, Sunday.We rish will regret to learn that she day. We urge everyone; to keep
last Saturday night.
Starke National GuardIt This paper stated that although were sorry to learn that was injured in an automobile accident up the good work.

farm income was off 30 per cent, Friends will regret to learn that :Minnie Lee Coleman was ill'and in Jacksonville last Sunday We wish to take this opportunity -
little Miss Susan Lucas has beenill .
afternoon.Mr.
with a great deal of interest that we farm population was off 20 per not able to attend Sunday Schoolon to remind everyone that the
was at her home this week. .
and
Mrs.
Jack and
recently of the forthcoming conversion cent, and so the smaller income Sunday.Mr. Waters Daniel Boone P. T. A. will hold
learned Birthday Dinner EnjoyedAt son, of Jacksonville, were weekend their regular business
of the 48th Infantry Division to an armored divi- was divided among a smaller HargrovesMrs. and Mrs. Randolph Crosby visitors of Mr. Waters' mother, Wednesday Oct. 2, and meeting.urge all

sion. We regard this as a step that was inevit- number. And further that most Dan Hargroves entertainedlast attended the fish fry which was Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family.Mr. interested to attend.

able and in keeping with the times, since mechan- farmers had their fat postwar Sunday, Sept. 18, with a given Club last at Thursday the Middleburg night. Civic and :Mrs. J. C. Nolan and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and

ization has come to the U. S. armed forces, justas profits and invested them wisely, birthday dinner honoring her hus- family were guests Sunday with family had as their guests on
it has to industry, the farm, and even the Although it is not, uncommonto and that many had taken jobs in band and his nephew, Ferrell Henry Griffis was elected Sunday Mrs. Nolan's brother-in-law and Wednesday. Mrs. .Nolan's mother.
hear noises from stock in the factories and other employmentAND Manning, whose birthdays were an School superintendent of the sister Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harris Mrs. W. A. Cannon of Palatka

average household. how- middle of the night, when we as a 'result all this had to event of Sept.,17. Several nice Maxville Baptist Church for the and family at Kingsley Lake. and her sister, Mrs. G. M. Beachof
There is one aspect of the changeover, heard this wild cry last week, be added to their income. Their gifts were received by the coming year.Sunday Among those playing football Hastings.

ever, that we do not regard with any degree of we dressed hurriedly, grabbed the conclusion then (and what news- honorees. Thirty-five friends and School Party Held this year with Baldwin High are

enthusiasm. Indeed, we take a decidedly dim viewof gun and the light and headed for paper is a better "expert": on relatives enjoyed this occasion Miss Debbie Phillips, teacher of Edwin Chilson Eugene Hiers and

this particular phase_ of the planned conver the chicken house. Help! Murder! farming conditions than the New with them. the Young People's Class, and Bobby Burnsed.
sion. Save me! The cries seemed to York Daily News?) was that the Little Miss Diane Schmel, of Mrs. Dorothy Waters teacher of The Hon. Charles E. Bennett of YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-
Jacksonville several the Intermediate Girl's Class of Jacksonville, member of the pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad-
to via the somewhat nebulous, farmer is thus 16 per cent bet- spent days
It comes us that present plan- say.It was a good thing we hur ter off than he was in 1947! We last week with her grandparents, the Maxville Baptist Church en- House of Representatives in Wash- ford County Telegraph.

but often reliable "grapevine calls for the ried, for we got there just in just thought that a lot of Brad- Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higginbo- tertained at the home of Mrs. brook purse-size- fountain pens In

ning for the new armored division time to see a 'possum which had ford County farmers might like tham. Diane's mother and father, Waters Monday evening with a
Starke National Guard unit (Hq. & Hq. Co., 2d Roscoe, our rooster, by the throat. to know this, as indeed it must Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schmel came party welcoming the new gradu- PEST CONTROL

Bn., 124th Infantry) to be an ordnance company Roscoe was trying to break loose, be news to them! out after her Thursday evening. ates into their classes. A business FILL DIRT I

rather than remain a tactical organization, suchas and the 'possum was trying to Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Hill visited session was held and new officers TERMITES
relatives in Waycross Ga. elected after which refreshmentswere GOOD RICH
it is now. get another bite. TTTTTTTTTTTtfTTTTTYTTTYVMAXVILLE on ALL TYPES OF

There are several reasons why it appears to Sam knocked the 'possum over Sunday afternoon.Mr. served. About 25 guests GROVE SPRAYINGFlorida
and Mrs. attended. TOP SOIL
Guy Frigo and
with a .22 shot, and Roscoe
designation would work againstthe poor .,
us that such a little Friends of Mrs.
went flopping around, making the daughter, Vicki Lynn, of' Francis Cole- Pest Control
best interests of the National Guard company Jacksonville, visited Mr. and Mrs.D. man regret that she had to havea See
most terrible sounds. Another By Sirs. c. B. lolanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA B. Griffis and family last minor operation this week and & Chemical Co.
shot seemed to finish Mr.
here.Chief of these is the fact that there is alreadyone 'Possum, SO after examining off Ros- Sunday afternoon. wish for her a speedy recovery. Phone Franklin 6-6035 BILL JACKSON
Friends Miss Minnie Har- The Rev. and Mrs. Lester 24 X. W. 16th Ave.
immediate of Tag-
this area -
in
ordnance company coe, we went back to the house.But Mrs. Charles Home Jackson Transfer Company
Honored
groves will be glad that she has gart and family were dinner Gainesville Fla.
at
unit that has its headquarters the next when Alice
the fine day Mrs.
D.
B.
very Griffis entertained returned to school after a few guests of Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Call for estimate Phone 165A
Camp Blanding. went to investigate, she found Friday night, Sept. 16, with a days illness last week. Crosby last Sunday.Mr. .
have not too the 'possum still alive, and after miscellaneous
Although both companies now shower honoring HOME COMING Buford Higginbotham. Dan
much difficulty in keeping their enlisted strengthat several attempts to kill it, she at Mrs. Charles Home, the former Just a reminder that "Home- Parrish and E. D. Higginbothamwent

satisfactory levels, due to the widely varied last beat it to pieces and then Miss Louise Coleman, recent bride coming" will be held at the Max- fishing at Doctor's Inlet on Tfat TABLET FOR
its
throat
cut all the while elect. -
say-
Games
it is extremely and musical enter- ville Baptist Church Sunday. Thursday.Mrs. ,
appeals they offer young men, ing: "How can I do this, how canI tainment '
"ordnance-minded" youths were enjoyed by aU, October 2. Everyone is "WEL Louise Horne has returnedto = ARTHRITISconfonmgContaining
doubtful if enough do this.:! after which ,
many useful and Jacksonville
attractive
COME"; Rev. Lester Taggart's after a weekend
could be recruited in Starke and a radius of 25 That night Alice had the 'pos- gifts were opened by-the topic 'for the Sunday morning visit here in Maxville with her 't1 concentrated

or 30 miles to keep two units up to required sum skinned and the meat soak, honoree and refreshments were service will be "Homecoming." parents, :Mr. and' Mrs. Francis powdered extract of the ALFALFA

strength, .. .. ing. "We're not going to eat that, served Those enjoying the occa- Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Howell and Coleman and family. amazing! rich vitamin ALFALFA and mineral plant- plus fast working pain
To make matters even more difficult.au if.a the are we?" Sam exclaimed. "I don'tsee sion with the hostess and honoree son of Alma, Ga. are visitors oMr f Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Phillips relieving agents offers effective same day relief from the
Starke unit is designated ordnance it .will have why not," Alice: said, and add- were: Lealer Harris, Ida Lee Grif- and Mrs. D. H. Hill. attended funeral services on Sun- ..C agonizing pains of arthritis rheumatism, neuritis, and

authorized strength of some. 12o men- the ed, "After all it was eating our fis, Toria Higginbotham, Myrtle Mr. and Mrs. Henry Griffis and day in New River for Mrs. Lu- ..:+:: neuralgia. ALPHA TABLETS are sold on a money
an eggs and tried to eat our rooster, Coleman, Laura Chilson, Trudy family were guests of :Mr. and cretia Green Lawhon of Brooker. -a back guarantee.
the unit at Blanding. This would mean 100 Tablets J2.49 300 Tablets $5.95 600 TabUti $9.95
as
same so shouldn't Crosby
why we eat it? Mary Rushing, Minnie Mrs. Dan Groves for Sunday din Mrs. Lois Waters and family of
that almost 50 more men would have to be recruited Well, as it turned out, we didn't Carter, Opal Hill, Lois waters, Lawtey were visitors in Max- WOLVERINE AvoJaU at your Drug Store, or writ*-
LABORATORIES 1351 Triiitj, Detroit H, Mick.
by the Starke company in order to bringit eat it, for Alice confessed that Gazelle Sweat, Janie Higginbo- ner.Mrs.. Arthur Wilkinson, Mrs. ville on Sunday.
Afterall although the liver had looked
up to a satisfactory level of manpower.
very clean and healthy, when she
Starke is still a comparatively small com- .
offered it to Leo he
said 'nothanks'
munity and there are no other large towns within .
and --- .
when she offered it ----
this is limitedas --''' .
distance. Consequently area -
driving
the
to cats and they turned it \
to the manpower reserve necessary to recruit down she lost any appetite she '

skilled men or men who possess an aptitude for had for 'possum, and she discarded

ordnance training.It it.

may be argued, of course, that it would be S S .

"convenient" and "efficient" to have two of thedivision's We've had several showers this .
week, but one thing we've noticedis
ordnance companies located in close
that while one farm may geta
proximity to the maintenance shops at Camp good soaking, another not half

Blanding. But it seems to us that it could be a mile away may get not a dropof IQ

argued, just as strongly, that it would be desir- rain. Lots of times there is

able to have the ordnance outfits located in different a good rain at Lawtey, and we get

parts of the state, since units of the divi- none: at our S place..' i tttw dg"

sion are scattered from Orlando to Panama
Well. our freezer is out of or-
City. Indeed, it might prove even more desirableto der again and poor Alice is about

have ordnance dispersed than it would be to ready to declare war on the con-

have it concentrated.The cern that made the sorry thing.It tiuitut muwwuNew
question naturally arises: Why is it not has been a headache for five .

more feasible to let a company that has made an years. ( 4M !% N'

outstanding record and attained the highest degree S *

of proficiency in its training remain a Don Champion, farm foresterfor -
this county, paid us an official -
tactical organization rather than conyert it to visit last week and we were ii

something entirely new to its personnel with con- delighted to have his help. He

sequent loss of skills that have taken years to went all over our woods, studiedthe

acquire? trees, took sample borings to

That the local Guard unit is one of the crack determine the rate of growth, _
organizations in Florida is disputed by no one. It told us a lot we didn't know t 1
about trees, and made a survey.A 1j
achieved a Superior rating in its last Federal
few days later, we received a j
inspection, a degree of proficiency attained by complete report, including a map

only one other unit in the regiment. The entire showing our wood lots classified, <

community swelled with pride a month or so ago and recommendations as to whatwe : :;

when our Guardsmen won the coveted Efficiency should do with our tree pro- _

Trophy for their year's record in competitionwith ducts.
all 20 units of the regiment. These are just We don't mean to embarrassDon
but we do want to report '
similar honors that have been
two of the many that he is a very personable young

won by the local company. fellow, very helpful, and knows
The Starke Guard has a proud history dating his stuff. It appears to us that

back almost to the founding of the town. Units his job of helping the small wood-

from here fought in the Civil War, the Spanish land owners in the county, (even (

American War, and World Wars I and II. Starke as small as we are) is a valuable ij r rI
service and can be'the means of r I
and surrounding area for more than a century ;
aiding farmers to get the most
have contributed their part to the defense of out of their woodlands.
.. .
/
home and Nation active interest .. ..
e
through an in -
For 1956 BIG ,
THE
the National Guard. Morale, esprit de corps, The other day. Sam read an edi- J

pride in organization, or whatever you choose to torial in a New York City news-

call it, was never higher than it is now among paper which really burned him
It headed the "Democratsand
these men who are doinga job well a job that up was
Farmers" and believe it or
they know how to do and take pleasure in doing. not, it tried to prove that instead /

We certainly would not presume to tell thosein of farm income being off Pa.
the top echelons of the Florida National Guard 30 per cent since 19-11. as it is

how to run their organization. But. as the old generally agreed by all experts,

saying goes, there are usually more ways than this city slicker tried to pro.ethat

one to skin a cat. Therefore, we do feel that, if farmers' income-per farmer : ..:

there is any other way that the new organization
.......!!-. !
#
be carried
plans can out satisfactorily without -
: :' /
" placing two ordnance companies in this immediate w'

locality, we think that, as one of the oldest, and I ---- ---- -- ---. .---. __1s -__;_ =-_.:: __ __ -0
certainly one of the best Guard units in the State, :: _
t
the local company deserves every considerationby

those who will ultimately! make this decision.



That's Looking Ahead!


It : A"f",:.. ....:__. __.... ...__.._,,_.,_. .._""-
seems to us that the city used commendable .

foresight in the purchase of property adjacentto 225-horsepcwer Montclair hardtop coupe-one of 12 models in 3 series Co-op I

the City Hall for future municipal'uses. Al
-r
though the time is not yet in sight when the city '.-.;;:

will need this property for building purposesbut ; o LOOKS BIG..FEELS BIG..ACTS BIG..IS BIG!

( eventually it will, of course), it can already HAVt A LAYER OF FAT OR
be used to advantage for parking. BlUBBER- UNDER THtiR SKINTVW

More and more towns are recognizing the need KEEPS\W WlNTtR.THEM WARM THE BIG BUY FOR 1956

for the
acquisition of property for parking spacein

the heart of their shopping districts. Several Ladies, for real values in Fall

Florida towns made such purchases within recent costume jewelry come to

months and it is encouraging to see Starke following BULLIXGTOX STUDIO. AND Great new 210and 225-hp SAFETY-SURGE V-8 engines Brilliant new Flo-Tone color styling, illustrated above'

the trend. Foresighted towns realize that GIFT SHOP. Add a note of New smartly-tailored color-matched interiors
New high in usable power-faster getaway than ever .
they must their color to your new Fall suits or
provide parking or see shopping
New features door
districts decimated by businesses forced to move dress with a choice tailored pin :More styling innovations, new freshness everywhere Safety-Engineered: including safety
locks, impact-absorbing safety steering wheel safety seat
to the "wide search of or bracelet stone pins and ,
open spaces" in room. rings ;rhinestone braceletsand ear- 12 big models, new fleet of low-silhouette hardtops belts*, padded instrument panel*and padded sun visor*

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earrings. It makes no difference -
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TAREE. FLORIDA PAGE TIIRIIffTTYfTYTYTTTYTtfTYYTYYi ;
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER SO 1935 i i
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and family of Hampton were Sun- fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY'" Grable And North I Pa And Ma KettleIn I i

HAMPTONBy day Layfield's.dinner guests at Mrs. Nora STATE FARMBy 1 Star In ;Musical New Fun Film To you who've never shopped at A&P, we invite you to I I

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dixon of Coming To Florida At Park Theatre
Jacksonville visited friends in
Sirs. D. E. Inn and attended Mrs. O. E. Crosby Marjorie Main and Percy Kil-
Hampton Sunday, AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJA Madcap romantic comedy spic-
AAAAAAAAAAAAA A Hampton Christian Curch where ed with a dash of raucous rhythmis bride return to the Park Theatre
Rev. Dixon was formerly pastor. lovely party honoring Miss offered in "How To Be Very, Sunday in "Pa and Ma Kettle at !
PTA To Elect C. J. Cooper of Chiefland visit- Glenda Alice Varnes on her 15th Very Popular," showing at the Waikiki," the newest in the
Officers Tuesday .ed last weekend with his son and birthday anniversary was givenat Florida Theatre Sunday through mirth-making adventures of the
Hampton PTA will hold its family Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper, the home of her mother Mrs. Tuesday. Betty Grable, Sheree popular couple.In .
first meeting of the school ,year in Hampton.'Mr. and Mrs. Cooperand Ruby Gaynoe, last Saturday. North, Bob Cummings, Charles one of the most Hilarious
Tuesday afternoon Oct. 4, at 3:15 Mr. and Mrs. K. B.Watter- Games and dancing were en- Coburn, and Tommy Noonan headthe plots ever devised for them, Pa I i

.p. m. with election. of officers as .son drove him to Gainesville Sun- joyed by the guests, after which cast t becomes a pineapple king and Ma ANN PAGE Gelatin A&P Coffee Mild & Mellow
the main business.H. day afternoon.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT. Mrs. Gaynoe served birthday cake Betty and Sheree are seen as turns society into a howling hula. i
P. Morgan, school superin- ,i and punch to the 15 friends who Ma and 4
will -. two runaways from a burlesque pulling a rickshaw pad-
tendent of Bradford County came to help Glenda celebrate the dling a canoe in her efforts to rescue :
Ola who invade conservative
Mrs. troupe
"Segregation.
speak on occasion.Mr. her man, and Pa getting 1 DESSERTS 8'O'ClOCK I
M. Perkins Hampton principal in- Bristol College as an unlikely refuge -
school to GRAHAMMrs. and Mrs. 0. E. Crosby visited hu'a-happy: are two highlights in
vited all of the .
patrons from their would-be murderer.The !
her parents Mr. and 'Mrs. J. the frenzied frolic. Lori Nelsonas K [
be present. tempest they stir at dear the eldest Kettle daughter and 3-lb Mb
Following chapel conducted at John McKinney L. Johns at New River Sunday.C. up Bag Bag !
old Bristol is another kind of Byron Palmer as a young tycoon !
I
last A. Addison and children
the school by Rev. Faile Pkgs
L AA AAA A A ..A .AA A&i provide the heart interest.A .
Wednesday morning the eighth spent the weekend in Jacksonvillewith "murder," making for a combina- entertainer A1Pl 5 27C 51.3JLibby's
native Hawaiian at 19C
grade English class presented a Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. tion of mirth, melody, and merri- we
his son-in-law and daughter, Hilo Hattie, provides some of the e e ;
short "Mombo and the John McKinney: were Mr. and ment.
play Mr. and Mrs. Walter Quitt. Mrs. best moments in the film.
Grateful Lion." This was the cul- Mrs. M. L. McKinney and chil- The strong supporting case includes -
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McKinney Quitt just underwent a serious
minating activity of a unit on the stage, television and
storytelling.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. operation but is much improved I night club comic, Orson Bean in Sliced HawaiianPINEAPPLE

Mattie Ellis Has been add- McKinney of Gainesville, and Bu- his. film debut; the beauteous YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester.
ed to the teaching staff at Hamp- ford McKinney of Sampson.Mrs. now.The Community Club met Tuesday starlet, Charlotte Austin; and brook purse-size fountain pens to 120-0Cans 49C j

ton school, due to a reapportionment Lizzie Hines seems to be i at 2 p.m. with the president, Rhys Williams, famed character :pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad-- I
of teacher units in Brad- improving at this writing.Mrs. Mrs. Cora Dugger, presiding.After actor. ford County Telegraph. ,
Transferred from Kate Starling had as week-
ford County. a brief business meeting, .
Heilbronn school, Mrs. Ellis is end guests Mr. and Mrs. Ernest refreshments were served by the Red CheekAPPLE

teaching third and fifth grades Ortagus and son of Jacksonville, hostess committee to about 12 "- -
with a corresponding shift of Mr. and Mrs. L. Starling and Mr. members. : -j ; t' Quart Bottle ,
some other classes to even the Gainesville.and Mrs. Earl Starling, all of Miss Beverly Jo Crosby, who is : ; :. : ji N$ :, l E J JUICE 19C
teaching load at Hampton.
employed at Prudential Life in
En- Little Miss Catherine Lefevreof
Christian
Members the
of
Jacksonville the weekend
spent
Tampa is spending a while
deavor of Hampton Christian with with her parents the O. E. Cros- Ann Page Pure StrawberryPRESERVES I
church were guests of Rev and her aunt Miss Margie Le/

Mrs. Willard M. Jones at the par- fevre. bys.The Lb Jars
sonage following services Sunday Mrs. Horace Schofield of New school children enjoyed a 2 59C!
evening for a period of fellowship River was the guest of Mr. and holiday Monday wnile teachers
and refreshments. Mrs. Ed'Parrish last Friday.Mr. attended the annual FEA district

Ardel Brannen, son of Mr. and and Mrs. Asie McKiethanare meeting in Lake City. Mrs. Jones
Mrs. Raleigh Brannen, celebratedhis the proud parents of a baby Mrs. Crosby and Mr. Johns, residents 'lona Plain or Self-Rising
i of the Farm, attended the
sixth birthday Tuesday Sept.
20, with a party at his home. Re- girl.Mr.. and Mrs. John Surrencyand meeting. LbBag
freshments were served to ap- son-in-law and daughter, Mr. FLOUR F l 25 $1.63
proximately 15 friends. and Mrs. A. Padgett of Hague, 4k- h.
Clarinell Cooper, daughter of'were in Jacksonville recently vis-
Mr. and .Mrs. C. L. Cooper was :iting Mr. and Mrs. Mack McKenzie Which Triplet Trades At Koch's?

honored with a party for her : and Mr. Surrency's brother, Campbell's ANN PAGE Fancy

tenth birthday last Saturday. :Billy Surrency, who is ill. You're right, the titillated lad in the middle. 21-lb 25c Ketchup 14-oz bottles 35c
Games and refreshments enter- Walter Ratliff son of Mr. and Vegetable Soup cans

tained 16 friends for the party Mrs.: L. E. Ratliff has enlisted Titillate is
a tongue-twister meaning
ANN PAGE
: Small Early June
at the roadside park on 301 near In the Navy and is now gettinghis

the Hampton intersection. ] boot training at Great Lakes, exultant ecstatic excitement. That friends Pacific Peas 2 1-lb c ans 29c Peanut Butter 12-oz jar 45c
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hinson are. :111. ,
the parents of a daughter, born Colen M. Ratliff of Gainesville WHITE HOUSE Safe, Pure Sunnyfield Mb Ctn 2-lb Ctn
Thursday, Sept. 22, at Alachua 'visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ..- is the emotion you experience when you Milk 3 tall 35c Pure Lard 17c 33c
Jft! Evap. cans
General Hospital in Gainesville. ]L. E. Ratliff, last Sunday. \ t O p

Tracy Jones arrived home in 0 cast your bargain-seeking eye on the low, A&P Whole Unpeeled Cabin Home
SING CONTENTION _.
Hampton Monday for a two-week C ea MUTT*;;
furlough from Denver Colo.,wherehe "Ak-h-h-h-h! At last I've low prices we have on the finest products. Apricots 2 No. 2J/2 cans 49c Corn Meal 5 lb bag 29c
has been taking Air Force The Bradford-Union singing convention -
arrived at the
source of that
He is to Aus1 will meet Sunday, October Dole A&P's Own Shortening
training. report to Bring your shopping dollar in and let it do
tin, Texas, at the end of his. fur- :Jnd, at 2:30: p. m. at the Christian marvelous aroma! Pineapple Juice 46-oz can 25c Dexo 3 lb can 69c
1: Church, Lake Butler. Every- What puts us all
.
lough. the work of two for change.KOCH'S
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bryantwere one interested in gospel singing is in a good mood? a .
Jacksonville visitors on Sat- I ivited to attend. The aroma and taste CHECK! COMPARE; SAVE! ON I

urday.Bruce Hall, son of Mr. and CARD OF THANKS of well-cooked food. *

Mrs. Free Hall of Gainesville and We wish to, express our sincereippreciation DRUG STORE MARVELOUS "SUPER RIGHT" MEATS

formerly of Hampton, is homeon to our friends for GUIDON GRILLGeorge
furlough from the Air Force, their 1 kind expressions of sympathy ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLED

and Hampton.has been He has visiting been friends stationedin in numerous 1: lovely acts floral of offerings kindness.-, and Kopelousos, Owner I "Super-Right" Hard Corn-Fed Small 6 to 12 lb Average

San Antonio, Texas. The[ family of Mrs. Mary Young Starke, Fla.

:Mrs. George Saxon' underwenta Stansbury. FRESH PORK HAMS V 45C

minor operation! at St. Vin '"" '-> ,
cent's Hospital in Jacksonville t. We'd
like to show you some of
Monday. Mrs. E. L. Birt accom- the things that male the Ford
panied her there. one of America's finest cars 4 "Super-Right" Young Small ll/2 to 4 lb Average ,

Mr. and Mrs. George Williams though it's one of the lowest -- Lb
visited in Montbrook Sunday afternoon -
priced. Let's start with these r- TENDER CALF LIVE 69C
.
Mr. and Mrs.: Wes Halek left long, low lines. Looks like it ,
hates to stand still, doesn't it?
Saturday for a vacation trip to
Kansas.Mr. 'l ...?..... ,
Florida Dressed and Drawn
and Mrs. Carlton Chastainand .

their children home in have Hampton moved after back liv-to ,'. FRYERS F E 8 2-21-4lbAvg Lb 39CSwift

ing recently in Sanford. :Mr. Chas- ; .... i
tain been "' l
has transferred back to ",r, rla I
.
Jacksonville. Mr and Mrs. Madi- Li Prem. Southern Star Boneless *
son Lee, who had been living in
the Chastain house, moved last Hams (half or :whole) lb 49c Cooked Hams 5-lb can $3.99 I

week in with Mrs. J. H. Saxon.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hicks "Super-Right" Ready-to-Eat Allgood Brand Sugar-Cured

of Orlando were weekend guestsat Picnics lb 37c Sliced Bacon 1-lb pkg 49c
the home of Mrs. Mamie Meade.

Mrs. Alice Lambert and William "Super-Right" Sliced "Super-Right" Freshly Ground

dents Clark, visited, former friends Hampton here resi-last I Canadian Bacon %-lb pkg 57c Hamburger 3 Ibs $1.00"SuperRight"

week on their return from .
a trip
to Canada. Copeland Smoked Smoked

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wiggins of 'Let's take Sausage lb pkg 55c Bacon Squares lb 27c

Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Orie
Wiggins and family of Starke,
and Mrs. Eve Runge, of Jackson- Jonathens
ville were Sunday visitors at the a walk around if '
H. B. Wiggins home.
Mrs. L. L. Melton and daughter, APPLES
Joyce, visited in Jacksonville with '
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Melton last 2. Here, on your left, is the inspiration
week, and attended church at the the NEW: : 56 FORD !, for the stling of the '56 Ford-the s it 'r'a LbBag 49C

Main Street Baptist Church.Mr. famous Ford Thunderbird. Look at
: and Mrs. J. Daniels of those broad, flat }hoods, for example.

. Green Cove Springs were Sunday It's the fIne car at half the fine car price! Here is styling that will stay in lit)Ie.
t1 visitors at the Vernon Slades. 3 Golden Ripe ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Layfield J. Bananas lb lOc
3.Here's what ride This frame r :
and family of. Gainesville, and you on.
Mr, and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen e has Jive cross-members including a Fresh Tender
special K-bar member front.It
up can e
really take it! By the way, the control Crowder Peas Ib lOc"SuperRight"

arms of Ford's Ball Front Suspension
t; 4 f Joint .... New Fresh -1", 'f' 'k
rThe < are angle-mounted to cushion "
r a '!; out the head-on as well as the up- Skinless Franks lb 39c Sweet Potatoes lb 6c

I down shock bumps. :x-. ( = Hormels Boneless l.talian. r,9W",

Dutch have windmill by the Koit 4.1ti. 2.59
COOKED PICNICS can Prunes lb lOc
But chocolate's what they re famou|loi! I '\;- 1
And heie'i lee Cream ttaf i rich with teal t 6. This Lifeguard cushioning for instrument .
Dutch Chocolate-and top taste appeal! I II panel and sun visors is optional.It gins you :\Iy-T-Fine: White or Red.
4. .
i iI The new 202hp. Thunderbird Y-8 willghc extra protection when thrown forward in .\ Pudding 3 4-oz pkgs 27c Grapes lb ISc
you a new lease on driving enjoy :.I
an accident. You may also hate optional ,r

:1i I II lane ment.and It's Station available Wagon in'Fordomatic models. Fair-You .seat belts to help keep occupants securely 7.* TT ere's Ford's new lifeguard door Beach-Nut Chopped .. White
:: I Potatoes 10 Ib
1D. bag 29c
can hate the "GO"-pacae 1 d 176-h.p."&-0 0 [, latch. It is another member of Ford's Baby Food 2 jars 29c
... o -
.. c
in Fordomatic Mainlaine and Customline .=,-. ""'d.'". new Lifeguard family. A doublegripmodels 'f'. _._......._,-----1.
or Ford's new 1'7-h.p. Six is locking engagement reduces the chance 'Vilson's "BIF"

I I available in any model i of doors springing open under un. Chopped Beef 12-oz can 29c I Jane Parker f

t "" usual strain of impact. Chances of Delicious ,y ....
serious injury in accidents are less Angel Soft ,5 -: t

w j when passengers remain. in the car. Dinner Napkins box of 50 29c '( '- .."
: ( '
;- ...... :
5. Note the deep-center design of this new ::' ::.. ;, '!>';;-: 7- ;:'-....' I APPLE .. .:: _
Lifeguard steering wheel.The heel rim Dromedary Pound
Well
that covers the important points. But there's lot
is over three inches above the post to a Cake Mix .10% -oz; pkg 33c
more. So we'd like to invite you to come in and see the new Lye 8-in
cushion the driver in
help case of an 'P"'IE
56 Ford for yourself. Then you'll see the colorful new Sepcial39CKeebler
I
accident. It's a feature of new Lifeguard Club 1 I-A 4
exteriors and interiors, the quality workmanship that is
Design which Ford spent over two leafS 1 lb box 35c |1.---------
cep r73'othk evident tvtrjuhere. Then )-ou'lllearn the full story. When Crackers -
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developing to give you protection -
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SmithAdkinsMr.
e -.m-.e seeks divorce custody and controli
( > a.111-,>r hudren.Bradl .
+
-rd i.L.unty' Telegraph! h.I:1:1
publish 'h.. Order in nest four
D. A. Baker weekly ,"ueW -.
'n.-- i r hand and official seal
I ''al Sia F' Iltld, this :::""ept. :4.

,. ReachesCentury I 19t5.v1t'FICiAL SEAL) Charles A. earby

Friends were saddened to readin Phi Sorority for their Cancer ; i it I JOy Ma"lap 1. Cm Clerk.hy.cf DeoutT said Court.Cleric

Wednesday morning's paper Closet? they will be made up Chas >; ir> ". 204 Guaranty Life

Gladys Mooty that Lt. George LeBlanc was one into dressings, pads and hospital : ? 'i'-dg' arK" v t.-...'n -Mf, Fla.Q 'o H '(\. M

Phone 35 ot the three men who died in the :shirts this Cancer Closet is I'I'T"" 'E-:;; It'
a rs flaming wreckage of two Navy .for the benefit of local cancer .1PPE3
1,5555555 555555 |I. Circuit Court Bradford
planes that collided in flight County
I patients.See !I Florida IB Chaarrrr
Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. Garden ClubContinues across the St. Johns River from that Carltgn and Ellie Mark. The.:'aIi Butiht-r\ .!M Buulier Defendant.Plaintiff, VSUM. .

Fulton on Tuesday George Lauramore have moved into their
.. .... Case x,>. 10-12JO
Is IntroducedAt Plans will be remembered as being the new home on St Clair St. from ..' \Atlrr To Appear

Lovely TeaMrs. Beautification bestman in the Bill Edwards- the Seymour house on Water St. \I To: Susie and address Butcher. Is hce: Mountain residence -

June Caldwell wedding tack in Virginia and Ira Harris and ,Park. North Carolina.
S. A. Baker brother of Dave Mr Baker has one sister and I;'| You are Hereby notified that a
: S. L. Peek Sr., and Mrs. Members of the Starke Garden 51 family moved Thursday from the .[Baker of Raiford, celebrated with four brothers all living in Florida ''I[suit for
v, Noted that Bias Radio & TV Apt. on S. Water St. to Divorcehas
M. Ward enterlained at a Club enjoyed a covered-dish Holliday I
Roy sup- 100th'
birthday anniversary at the Dave Baker who 95 been filed
was on against
thabove
'I yon in
22 at at first Service has moved into their '517 N. Water the Rudolph
lovely tea Thursday, Sept. per their meeting of the home of his grandson in Lamar, Sept 18, was the only one who' named Court and cause And
shop next door to the Bias home Sinks have moved into their new von are required to
the Starke Woman's Club to in- year Monday evening, in the I S. C. on Sept 11. attended Mrs. Lola Johnson his nerve a ropy of
920 Thomas St. glad to home at 1022 W. Pratt St., Sara- : your answer or pleading to tbe com-
troduce Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. Episcopal Parish House. at I His three sons and one daughter daughter, and Mrs. Henry Godwin I plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
Graceful arrangements of gladioli After the supper, Mrs. Marion hear that Randall Davis was able toga Heights, and the Jack Du- J. Donald Gibson. 100 Sn.ith Bldg
: I' were there for the reception granddaughter drove him to South Jacksonville, Florida
and chrysanthemums in Howe and her son, Eugene show- s'z to return to school Tuesday after :Mars have also moved into their i that was held in the afternoon. I Carolina and attended the celebra- I ana rUe the original In the office
placed at the colored moving "Fab + being out for three weeks with a new home in Saratoga Heights '.. I | of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
shades of were picture
pink About 250 friends and relatives
,tion. Mr. Baker stayed to visit or before the 31 day of o, toner, t'5'
fractured spine rec'd in football I. the J. W. Marins have movedto :
the ulous Florida.
points throughout During the busi- i otherwise the
vantage II were there for the occasion. with his brother fOr several weeks allegations of said
club rooms for the occasion. The; ness meeting, the president, Mrs. practice calling Jack Tra- 864 McMahon St. (Complaint will be taken as confessed -

tea table was handsomely appointed M. F. Hazen brought out that the wick and his bug bomb! these !I Flora' Slade entertained at a I:Mrs. Carrie Ritch. ,South Defendant. | This by you.noose rr.kit t-e publishedonce

with an imported lace I aim of the Garden Club this yearis and Mrs. J. G. Adkins of i man-eating mosquitoes and gnats lovely slumber party following j I Mrs. D. J. Clark of ampals'Orolf'rOfPubll'ntl"n.\nd rase Xo.Notice 14.1229 To each week for four consecutive:

cloth and held a long centerpiece to make all home owners awareof announce the engagement (have been terrific these damp ,[the BHS game last Friday evening|spending Thursday to Sunday I .*nnarj state of Florida T Mwith weeks raph In the Bradford County Tele-

arrangement of pink carnations their surroundings and inspire Hampton Beverly' days see Rose Strickland is !,for 23 girl friends in celebration ( Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green. I "llJiam 8outh.; whose rt'"iden't' Dated this 21 day "f S. ;,1 E'-,-,.
I of their daughter, I land address b: o Mr. Edna t g-
and asters interspersed with pink them by the club's efforts to Louise, to Joel R. Smith of Jacksonville the new checker at New Method J!pf her 13th birthday Jim Ritch j' Mrs. C. D. Williams attended ..lei. 1416 Clark st, Cambridge. Ohio i i i (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of )the Charles Cheat A. Darbyi Court

net puffs and pressed sequins. make their grounds more beautiful -I son of :Mr. and Mrs. C. ,I[and Sharon Green is the new ,i was host to the Methodist Choir'the Methodist WSCS seminar in I'lu Y tolieru are>1. rtoi required. in the to al."o'appear nam on-u '''By Marian L. Crosby, n r.utv Clerk

Balancing the arrangement were and to work to make the citya L. Smith of Eau Gallie. I cashier!I at Florida Theatre .j-I group at a hamburger fry at his i Brooksville on Thursday. (i Court and cause, wherein plaintiff 9 .nHl' Jt
Mural Gardner is still on the job E. Call St. on Thursday '
three-branched silver candelabra cleaner and more beautiful home on I .
holding burning pink tapers. The place in which to live. The wedding will be solemnizedat Ii I in spite of a broken foot received ,evening and Al Yancey celebratedhis iI I i>In Circuit Court Bradford County i' A SINCERE
two punch tables, at either side, The club is 4:30 p.m. on Dec. 4 in the i in a fall when she slipped on a'j 10th birthday on Tuesday. i I Florida; In Chanoerv .
buying seven palm Elvie L.
Christian Church of Hamp at home the U- South Plaintiff vs. WilliamProtect
were overlaid with beautiful im- trees and azalea bushes .to be First (I rug sorry to see Among those attending
ported Italian cutwork cloths and ton. A reception will follow immediately I Frances Barry leave these parts of F.-Ga. Tech game last Saturday yo i
in
the
planted State :
centered with the silver punch Wayside in the city club house. after two weeks' vacation afternoon in G'ville were !
Park .
near Hampton in November.And
bowls which were surrounded with members No invitations are being issued. :from Wall Ins. Agency she will James Hobbs, Bud, Lil and Bish
friends
greenery. In front of the bowls have any ligustrum oleander or who All friends and relatives of the start working over at the Howard Bishop, Junius, Virginia, Bob and Your

were beautiful sprays of pink crepe couple are invited to attend the .Hall Ins. Agency in G'ville. Butch Smith Joan and Charlie
myrtle and canna lilies to donateto '
gladioli! blossoms tied with pressed wedding and reception. I Kenneth Tyus, who is on sea Meyers, Butba and Billie White.
this park, please contact Mrs.F. To Drive
Right
sequin ribbon bows. J. Shaw.Delegates. ,duty, now has the following ad- Dot and Bill Powell, Nine and

AS guests arrived they were Beta Sigma Phi .,dress: Howard Kenneth Tyus, Joe Andrews, Mural Gardner,
greeted at the door by Mrs. K. G. to the Florida Fed- RD SN 450-13-60, "O" Div., USS Maurice Wingate, Jack Trawick
Duncan and Mrs. E. L. Matthews.The erated Garden Club District 5 Has Stork ShowerThe NOA, DD 841, co! Fleet Post Of-I Dr. Covington, Randy and Joan Drivers License and Auto TO NEWCOMERSAND

receiving line, composed of meeting in Ocala on Monday, Oct ,t fice, N. Y., N. Y. hear that Chitty, Dorothy Ross, Dorothy
3, are Mrs. P. J. and Beta Sigma Phi sororitymet Tags will be suspended for
Mrs. S. L. Peek, Sr.. Mrs. Peek, Quattlebaum Sgt. 1-c Don Hardenbrook sailed Alvarez, Luke and Pearl Picker- VISITORS '
Jr., Mrs. Ward and Mrs. W. H. Mrs. M. F. Hazen. Alternatesare Monday evening at the homeof !from N. Y. Tuesday for a year's'duty ing, Ethel and Paul Raymond, j i 3 if fail
*
to
Mrs. J. D. Doyle and Mrs. V. Mrs. Vic Frees with the presi- years you comply
and
in Ruth
Germany Jeannette Perryman, teve
Holland of Dublin, Ga., mother of
V.' Hazen. dent, Mrs. Ned Yancey, presiding. To all visitors who have come to enjoy
New
members voted
Williams was surprised to receive Steve and Ruth
of PePrryman
Mrs. Peek Jr.. stood in front I Simmons ,with Florida's new Financial
into the club Mrs. During the business session, theBrownie the pleasures and benefits of this region
the mantel in the lounge. The were Hogan port call last Friday didn'texpect Jerome Johns Madge ,
mantel! held a modernistic arrangement Smith, Mrs. A. F. Sauls, Mrs. Troop and the Cancer to get it until Nov. she Jim Chasteen, John and Bettie Responsibility Law. See us we extend a cordial welcome.Please

of pink gladioli and Pauline Torode, and Mrs. Jim Closet were discussed.Mrs. 'and sons, Ricky and Bob will sail Deas, Alma and Lavern Outlaw, call at the bank for any information
introduced Mrs.
chrysanthemums interspersed with Ritch. Jerry Gay .Oct. 5 from N. Y. to join husbandand D. L. and Selita Thomas, P. T. for the best Liability In-
" Ray Taylor, newcomer, who is or assistance we can give you to
greenery and balancing the arrangement Artistic arrangements of roses father, Capt. Buck Williamsin and Tommie Nolin, Muriel and
were three silver in shades of pink and red were a member of the sorority at her Munich, Germany for the next. Russell Norman, Frow and Beth surance coverage. make your visit more pleasant..

candle holders with burning pink placed at vantage points throughout former home. three years Strickland, Patsy and Vernon To new residents,we offer complete

tapers. the club room for this meeting At the close of the meeting a 'Twas a lovely picture, of Ted Silcox, Chuck and Freddie Schnei- ..- ......,_? banking facilities suited to your financial

Directing guests to the tea and the linen-covered dining delightful stork shower was given Johns in Wednesday's paper, der,' Ernestine Denmark, Mae and needs.It will be a pleasure to serve you.
table were Mrs. L. G. Powell and tables held long sprays of coral honoring Mrs. Doyle Conner. Mrs. in the receiving line at the open- Harry Hatcher, Monk and Thelma

:Mrs. L. D. Vining. Presiding at vine down the entire length of the Conner received many lovely and ing reception of the fall seasonof Dinkins, Dot and Guy Sale Bob- H. C. Wall

the punch tables were 'Mrs. Guy tables. useful gifts from the members. the Springfield Woman's Club, bie and Buddy Strickland, Marie Agency

Sale Mrs. Morgan Richarde and Mrs. Frees and Mrs. Curtis Ma- Jax Joyce Morgan is another and Calvin Houpt, T. J. Alderman -

Mrs. Vernon Silcox, and passing Methodists Honor lone, cohostess, served delicious leaving these parts, she left J. R. and Allis May Kelly, Phone 146
I :
sandwiches were, Miss VirginiaJean refreshments at the conclusion of Thursday for Hollywood, Calif to Chessie Devrick, Joyce Ward,
Darby and Mis3 Mary Kath- Pastor AndVife the meeting and shower. start six weeks training for an I Tom Mersereau, Albert Lee Cros- FLORIDA BANK < STARREiillember

erine WainwrighL Others assist- Members of the Methodist airline company Eoline Smith by, Seeber Goodman, Al and 200 E. Call Streft i

ing in serving and caring for the Church, enjoyed a covered dish Little Women's Club tells me that she and brother, R. Vivian Harley, Marian and Glen I

guests were Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, supper Wednesday evening in the C. Weaver of Jax, caught 90 fish. Conner, Art and Phyllis Strick-I Starke Fla. Florida National GroupWINKLER'S

Mrs. J. R. Wainwright, Mrs. C. A. educational building honoring the Met Tuesday NightThe mostly trout and croker, in 3 1-2 land, Jo and Lowell Mathews j I

Darby, Mrs. H. C. Hitch Mrs. T. return of Rev. and Mrs. R. D. hours, which averaged from 3-4 Mac McGriff, Chris Carratt,| 1

H. Slade, Mrs. W B. Mundy, Mrs.T. Sommer, and family for another Little Women's Club met lb. to 3 Ibs. in the St. Johns River ,Bubba and Edna Wells, and :Mar-|R }
night in the senior club
Tuesday
T. Long, Mrs. Lex Green, Mrs. year. Bar- last Friday which is a nice .tha and Jimmy Moore .
building with the president,
W. B. Sewell, Mrs. H. H. Adams, Colorful arrangements of gladioli haul in anybody's estimation .
bara Lance, presiding. Coach So long See you in the
and Mrs. Merrill Struth. were placed at vantage points Anyone have any old shirts or I 1'1'
. Providing soft piano selections throughout the hall for the occa Lennard Register was the guest sheets or white linens they would next .
during the tea hours, four to six I I speaker explaining some of the like to donate to the Beta SigmaEmanuelDockstader -Carolyn \ I II

o'clock, were Mrs. L. A. Canova sion.Following the supper, short .:fine points of football from the
spectator's point of view. After a OLD RANGE ROUNDUP
and Miss Joan Furlong.Approximately talks were given by Rev. Sommerand I
300 guests'en- heads of the different church discussion of plans and projects junior Club I

joyed this delightful affair. departments. The Sunday School for the year, refreshments were To Meet MondayThe
served by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Welch of El-
superintendent reminded members I
II I mira Heights, New York, an- Club will
Winsome Class of Rally Day on Sunday. Junior Woman's

Group singing and songs by the WSCS NoticeCircles nounce the marriage of their meet Monday night at 8 o'clockat IbIp:1n1; :

Met TuesdayThe Male and Youth Quartettes, ac- daughter, Mrs. Wilma Dockstader, the club house for the American -
companied by.Mrs. L. J. Green at of the First Methodist of Starke, to Red Emanuel, son of is'I
Winsome Sunday School WSCS will follows Home program in charge of
meet Monday as
the :
piano, were enjoyed.SullivanGriffis Mrs. Margaret Emanuel of Kings-
Class met Tuesday night at the : ley Lake. The wedding took place Mrs. Milo Zeigler program chair- i! APPLIANCESBIGGEST
home of Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr., I Circle 1 at 10 a.m. in the educa- in Folkston
Saturday evening Ga. man.
with Mrs. Chas. A' Darby presiding tional building with Mrs. T. H
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel and her Hostesses for the evening will
-Mrs. Wm. Haas gave the Slade as hostess. RANGEr
devotional and Mrs. Mundy the Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Sullivanof Ison, Billy Dockstader, are making be Mrs. Jim Ritch, chairman Mrs.
Circle 2S 3 p.m., with Mrs. A. F..
Waldo announce the their home at 525 W. Madison
engage- I. Mer-
Mrs. T.
closing prayer.Officers Sauls. Robert Sommer BARGAIN in STARKE
ment and approaching marriageof Street. :Mr. Emanuel is owner
for the coming and
year Stewart,
their daughter Hazel Louise, Circle 3 at 3 p.m., with Mrs. A, of the Starke Radio and TV Repair sereau Miss Doris
installed
were by the teacher, Mrs. \
Mundy.Refreshments'. to Ray F. Griffis Jr., son Of RayF. Z. Adkins. Shop and Mrs. Emanuel is Miss Carolyn Edwards. ',,:(. '{ = -. : Automatic! Pushbutton
Griffis of Starke. employed at the National Guard

the hostesses after were gifts served had been by The wedding will take place in UDC NoticeThe office at Camp Blanding. BAKE SALEA ,;::'.; :- ): Regularly $284.95

presented to the following members the First Baptist Church at Wal- bake sale will be sponsoredthis '''',.X5.\ i

who are transferring to Mrs. do on Saturday Oct. 1, at 8 W. T. Week's Chapter:, Executive Board Saturday morning in front oBarksdale's f, '< -'. <" Our Price Is So
o'clock.All U.D.C. will meet Wednesday afternoon "
L. A. Canova's 'class: Mrs. I. G. Call .
friends and relatives are invited Oct. 5, at 3 o'clock at the Dept. Store on :
Mrs. Wm. P. board of the +
Harris Haas, Mrs. The executive Women -"F RidiculousWe
I
to attend. home of Street by the Presbyterian :.
will the
A
reception president, Mrs. O. L '
-
T. Nolin, and Mrs. Alberta Starke Woman's Club will meet in .t. '.,.
with Circle 1
follow of the Church,
Hodges. immediately. Haynes Sr. Thursday afternoon, Oct. 6, at charge. Can't Print ItBig --
3:30: o'clock in the club lounge.
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CARD OF THANKS Allowance On

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER SO, 1955 ,
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE; FLORIDA
PAGE FIVE
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I II II A Rev. and Mrs. R. E. McBlair and that on the 31st day of October, I pro val of said final report and for
were' Apalachicola last week II 1955, at 1ft A.M. o'clock, or as soon discharge as such Executors. -- .. .
thereafter as the same can be heard, This 28th day of 1955. = -' _.
visiting their son-in-law and I we will September --' --- -- --- = : : .--= ;_ = =
apply to the Hon. Theron I George C. White --- := > :_ 1i.1
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George., 'A. Yawn Jr., County Judge of Olin W. White. Sr.
Bradford County Florida, for ap- 9y30 4t 10/21:!
Fortunas, and I
attending the second t
,
birthday of their granddaughter ---\', -- .- -- -- .
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Josephine Harriett Fortunas.Mrs. Sale !

eH THE NEWS Denver Devrick and daughter -
Vickie, were shopping in Jack-
sonville .
Monday.Mrs.
r I V ...,
Herb Thomas and daughter '''- --
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Hutto and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and Kathleen, were visiting Mrs.Thomas' Dedicated To Community Service wNINIfuhIIil i q,
family of Jacksonville were week- son, Jimmy, of Tampa were visit- mother, Mrs. Irene "Movies Are' Better Than 1Cver"If b
end guests of Mr. and Mrs.. L. S. ing Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs.J. Roberts, in Palatka on Sunday. 9 E

Hutto. Mrs. Shellie Hall accompanied W Kincaid last weekend.Mr. Mrs. G. C. Livingston of you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad ::::: /I

them home for a weeks. and Mrs. Jesse Newsomeand Tampa returned to her home cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS !
visit. I. .It'] son, John Mack, Mr. and Mrs. Monday after a week's visit with j

Among those from out-of-town Morris Williams and daughter, Mrs A. A. Durden. Saturday, October 1 I
attending the funeral of Mrs. Elaine, and Mrs. Mary Bollick Fashionable Costume Jewelryfor DOUBLE FEATURE
Mary Young Stansbury Tues- went to Waycross, Ga. Sunday to Fall $1 up at Roberts 6
)lr. and celebrate Elaine's first birthday '
day of last week were Jewelry,
Mrs. George K. Stansbury of with her paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Bennett and .oa tlro.=
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams. ; .-TpEP16tURE.. nsUU.USSl.r: -
Pensacola Mrs. Hannah O'Rourkeof son, Kem, of Orlando were week \
Broughton, Pa. :Mrs. Elizabeth Christmas Cards imprinted with end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Junius
Cox Of Cecil, Pa., Mrs. Alice King-Jey machine, hand stamped, Smith. ....._ .
Johnson of Lawrence, Pa., Mr. at Bullington's. Mrs. A. A. Durden spent a few
and Mrs. D. 1 Stansbury of Wells- I Mrs. L. J. Richardson and days this week in Jacksonville i I /1 NEWtYORK'l I Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat., Oct. 1

ville, Ohio J. Ferran dderYof daughters of Valdosta, Ga. are!Beach visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Islamorada, Fla., Mr. spending this week with her par Durden. I
Braden and Miss Myrtle Reddishof ents, Mr. and :Mrs. M. W. Lance., :Mr. and Mrs John Boring of l|I ASTOR
Jacksonville, and Mrs. Virginia Mrs. Dave Paulk and daughter, Atlanta were overnight guests> i VAC PAC (Limit One, Please!)
McGuire of Orlando. Sylvia, spent the weekend in Saturday of Mrs. Glen Duke and bCONEIDENTIAL'
WAXTED-PEC\SS Moultrie, Ga. with Lt. and Mrs. family. I I
No quantity too large or too Ervin Andrews. Mrs. John W. Griffin of Ochlo-' Mb
small. Cash market prices. See Mrs. Bill Baxley o{ Gainesville ,chnee, Ga. is visiting her parents. STARRING BRODERICK CRAWFORD RICHARD CONTE MARILYN MAXWELl Coffee 69c

us before selling. Dillard Keene, was the overnight guest Sunday I Iof ,:Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump this v ANNE BANCROft .1.CARROTNAISH-.FROM WARNER BROS. j} Can
Mrs. Annie and'
117 W. Bnmnlee, Starke. Hollingsworth week. I I
Shi Smith returned home Wednesday daughter, Penny. I La-away that Watch for -And- :
from St. Vincent's Hosp'itil Lay-away that Watch for Christmas NOW at Roberts Sun., Mon., and Tues.
where he underwent surgery Christmas NOW at Roberts :.Jewelry.Bill Oct. 2.3, 4
\ Jewelry. Jackson is visiting relatives kYes"
week. 2IJdI
list Frances Barry leaves to- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schopke of i and friends in Quincy, Ill this Ceot. .. DETERGENT
Miss PF
day for Springfield Mo. for two Winter Haven .were weekend.week. roan (Limit Two, Please!)
her sister, Mrs. Jackie guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jack- 1 t 1 fj'
weeks visit 1 la The County Juder' Court Of <{ ..jrJ'-..
will son and the
Clark. Upon her return she family at Leonhard Bradford County, Florida \ ,"" LARGE CHEER Pkg 1ECSHORTENING
employed with the Howard cottage on Spring Lake. ID ProbattIN
be Agency in Gaines- Mrs. J. G. Godwin spent Satur-I' RE: Estate of Noble Ray White, BETTY SHEREE BOB
Hall Insurance Deceased.:
'
day night with her daughter-in- :Notice Of Intention To Make Application GRABLE. NORTH CUMMINGS
ville.
Watch for law, Mrs. Jim Brown Godwin and for Final DUrharfce.PO .
Lay-away that ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: A SMI"'d GOLD MEDAL Plain
Christmas: NOW at Roberts family at the State Farm. Notice is hereby given that we HOW TOPOPULAR or Self-Rising
Mr.-and Mrs. Frow Stricklandand have flied our financial reports as 1 v k

Jewelry.Mr.. and. Mrs. N. D. Wainwri.ht family visited the Stephen I)Uy Executors White of deceased the estate and have of Noble filed aunt tai M "
were weekend guests of Mr. and :Foster Memorial at White Springs our Petition for Final Discharge, F FLOUR 5 Bag.49C
while en- :Monday.
Wainwright
Mrs. J. R. I :c EMAscoPE
Cedar Town, Ga. to.J Diamonds, Watches, and Costume ,
route from FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S
Jewelry at Bullington's. It ft**o.d r*f JTUEOPHONIC SOUND
their home in Hollywood.Miss I
Louise Stern was a business Mrs. V. R. Reddish of Lawteywas Plus "Penny Antics" Cartoon and TROPICAL Fancy

visitor in Jacksonville Tues- 1 visiting her daughter, Mrs. JUST ONE Latest World Newt
J. G. Godwin, on Sunday.Mr. .
day.Mrs J. G. Caldwell and daugh- and Mrs. T. B. Harding FRIGIDAIREMade E. W. DUSTON R ICE ILbCdloPkg 29C

ter Frances, of the State Farm, I leave Sunday for two weeks vaca- only by General J ,
and Judge and Mrs. T. A.. Yawn 1 tion touring South Florida and Motors Corp. All other Wed., Thur., and Fri. ;,

and children were in Fairfield on I Key West. I' ElectricRefrigerators are Oct. 5, 6,1 I .--...
Mr. and Mrs. J. ,. HERSHEY'S 'r
Sunday to attend a family reunionand E. Hardy and made by other companiesand .. Granulated + I ..
birthday celebrationof I family visited Mr. and Mrs. L. W. DMA
jOH
the IYNN
also brother, Shelly ]Barry in Brooker on Sunday.Mr. cannot use the word ANDREWS-HAIL-BARI
Mrs. Caldwell's and Mrs. Earl Wallace I Frigidaire. C
of 39
Mack. IUD 10..'wall lUlU't mil SOIDOI S SUGAR 5LbBag
Vest Palm Beach
Christmas Portraits. Make your visited Mrs. W. I directed Dr CEORGt SEITZ ushotrer
(:; Haile
appointment now, at Bulltagton'sMr .Sr. last Sunday. Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE OrilHUI SUM plHu GEORGt BRUCl .
M. Schneiderand Mrs. Laura"Tison spent the U -F
C.
Mrs.
and
family returned to their home 'weekend with her son-in-law and ? ? I ...... acau '(lUll( MMradntMt
on Thursday laughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. FRED MacMURRAY.PHIL tARn.
Houston, Texas SEE I I KIM NOVAK
in THEN I
weeks' visit with her Smith, in Tampa. <' WMnn WLOC.SCIMI. Pl...b,MT MJCC"S' .Prated,
after two and Mrs.V.. M. Mrs. W. H. Harrell of Miami is I I MQ XtfiUli Saatt"BCMMO vIMC '1 I. II' ... (Limit One, Please!)
Mr. Plus "Mouse On )
parents S pending: two weeks with Mrs. E. H. SMITH I Trapeze" Cartoon
Wimberly. Plus and So You Can't
W. Sinclair ienrietta Hunt. ( 3Iagoos Check Up" Cartoon Sleep Special

Mr. and Mrs., Evelyn C. spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bonner and Tenth and Aye. and Chap. 11 Serial COMING VERY 1
and daughter ] Temple SOOX
ihildren
C: of Pensacola will be I
at Silver C.Springs.Hazen, Jr. was veekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Starke, Fla. T. J. ALDERMAN Pete Kelly Blues
T. Lb
Mrs. .
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Herb Thomas. CRISCO
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Barton and Miss Betty Jane : Can

Henry of "Atlanta/ house guests .. I
,
of Mjr. and Mrs. H. M. Hatcher .

Jr.
Fashionable Costume Roberts

lor Fall $1 up at : 1

Jewelry.Mr. and SMALL SMOKED ;
and Mrs. R. Patterson ,H.:
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moseley of THE OPENING OFWager's .

Memphis, Tenn. are spending this
week with the Moseley's son-in-
law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. J-I A M

H. H. Adams and family.
Mrs. Carrie Adams and sisters, !
Service Station
Mrs. Mary Edwards and Mrs.

Myra Foy, flew home on Wednes-
Waynesville, N. C. where tT
day from I
I
Dr. M.
they spent the summer. 8-12 Lbs LbTABLEREADY _
B. Herlong and Mr. and Mrs. J

Frank Heriong are driving down : Avg.Wt. .
,
this weekend from Waynesvillewhere .} #_ the summer. '. _....- or
they spent < "" ;-'. .."""" :'H""" [ 49'C"Half
Mrs. Willie Mae Judd sbthe I- Whole /
weekend guest of Mr. and .. I
A. J. Bryan in Palmetto.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Douglasand '
family spent the weekend "IIN LAIi1
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with Mr.. and Mrs. Edwin Dennisin siN AIR -

Palmetto. of Douglas, Gr. "A" Dr. & Dr. Whole
i I Mrs. W. S. Slade
I Ga. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C.

W. Sinclair. e
WANTED PECANS Chicken39C

No quantity too large or too jL Fryers b.
small. Cash market prices. See

us before selling. Dillard Keene, I

117 W. Bro\\nlee, Starke.
his -. r
to
returned
Darby
James
l' I I II
home in Bradenton last Friday 1
after spending a week with his I
sisters, Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. GENUINE Spring .

Carrie Ritch and Miss Annie
Darby. They all spent Tuesdayof
last week with Dr. and Mrs.C. .
C. Mendoza in Jacksonville.Mr. H Leg Q'L.amb Lb 59CSUPERBRAND
and Mrs. A. L. Crosby, Sr.
and Mr. and :Mrs. Crosby, Jr. and _
, family attended the covered dish a
luncheon and services at Dedan E.

Baptist church on Sunday. t4L1GORDON
Miami was visiting I
I Enos Hayes of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.I} WAGER Operator '

' W. Hayes, over the weekend. I
Miss Ann Johns is spending the g x
h weekend in Tallahassee visiting I II I

I I friends at FSU.Fashionable .Costume Jewelryfor I I ION Ice Cream Vz. Gal 49C

Tall $1 Up at Roberts
U. S. 301 987 N.
Jew elry. -- TEMPLE AVE. .
Mr. and Mrs. Oren Welch of I 2
Dade City spent the weekend I
with their daughter, Mrs. M. L.

Lawson and family. POWER X SUPER y SINCLAIR REAL SOUTHERN Frozen White ..
Mrs H. C. Doliinger visited her EXTRA DUTY .

sister-in-law, Mrs. Jack Winter,
in Miami the first of the week FUEL &

Jff-and Jrs.Fort R.Myers L. Alvarez spent'and the S OL 1c MOTOR OIL Acre Peas 4Pkgs 99'FANCY

weekend with Mr. and Mrs. R B

Alvarez.Mrs. Jack Briggs of Jacksonvillewas GOODYEAR TIRES-TUBES AND BATTERIESHave

the overnight guest Saturdayof
her sisters, Mrs. A. Z. Adkin I .
and Mrs. John Love Wilkes.WAXTEDPECANS Your Car Sinclarized Now For Fall Driving Eating or CookingApples
I

No quantity too large or too i
sm ill. CaMi market pri".t'S. sJ I T. Lb
C. HAZEN JR.
us before selling. DilUrd Keene, |, Ii 5 ,
117 \\'. BnwnW, Starke. Bag
Your Supplier of Sinclair Petroleum Products
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Miss Gloria Johns of Jacksonville .
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I rival. Those attending were Jo ning worship at 7:30. Mrs. E. B. Crosby, Friday.Mrs. -the offices of Reynolds. Smith and Florida, marked "Electrical: "Work t waive Informalities In any bid: to
I C. L. Atkinson was the Hills, Architects and Engineers, 227: Power Plant, City of Starke, Flor- reject any or all bids in whole or
Ann and Joyce Scholl, Linda Park Street. Jacksonville, Florida. ida," and be delivered to City I in part, with or without cause, I
Johns, Gayle Duke, Margaret Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwardsand :overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Drawings and specifications may be Clerk, City of Starke. Florida and/or to accept the bids that in its
Duncan, and Sandra Johns of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wait I Reed Lewig of Starke. Mrs. Lewis purchased from the above mentioned | either by a representative of the judgment will be for the best in.teres.ts .
I Architects and Engineers for the i bidder who shall obtain a receipt of the City of Stark
Starke, Jane Richarde of the were luncheon guests of Mrs. L.L. and daughter were visiting the sum of $4.00 per set. Specificationsat I therefor or by registered mail with I' City Council,
State Farm Janet :Marcke, and Hardee and then visited Mrs. C. L. Atkinsons and Mrs. Joyce $2.00: per copy and partial sets of return receipt requested. City of Staike Florida. I
and infant in St. I plans at Fifty Cents ($ .50) per I The City reserves the right to 9/23 2t 9 30
Kenneth Bryce of Keystone, and Bill Bigham son ;Castlen Monday. sheet, to cover the cost of printing,
Harrell and Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville I that the Dear Mr. Matthews: may be purchased. General Con ,, ,. --
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Kathryn Shirley We are glad to report -- <-- - '
,tractors who submit bona fide bids rr ..
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Sunday. in -- -- -- -" --
article the -
Green of Brooker. Tung Mill, now owned by the : Your September and return the documents in good I
: Camping Out Mrs. I. W. Dyal, Mrs. Ray I "Town Journal" is extremely in- condition, will be refunded the
I Southern Oil & Chemical Co., was above cost for as many as two (2))
Green host to a Hines and Mrs. Roy Starling of teresting, and I am writing to complete sets of plans and specifications I-
Stanley was Graham were visiting. Mrs. Pitt in operation last Friday for the the publisher about reprints.We if returned within ten (10) l'
few friends Saturday night The I' days after bids are received.A TV ServiceAll
Johnnie Lewis !first time since it burned
Baxter and Mrs. was are encouraging manage-
I boys enjoyed a night of campingout bid bond properly executed by
I on the Santa Fe ,River near Friday. several months ago. We are sor- ment in our 105 plant communities -!I the bidder and by a qualified Surety I
or a certified or cashier's check
Brooker. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor and ry however that an accident occurred across the country to make ,on any National Bank in a sum I I
Joe Herden, Harold Godwin, Wil'liam children and Miss Jackie Green of which caused similar inventory of their communities not less than five (5%) per cent of Work Guaranteed Free Estimates
Saturday the amount bid, made payable to j
Carter, Calvin Pace, all of ;Palatka visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy two of the workers, Bill and Bob- as a means of guiding i the City of Starke. Florida, must I

Starke, and Terrel and John I Green Sunday. by Jones, to receive 1st and 2nd the activities through which they.I I that accompany the bidder each will bid as not a guarantee withdraw I Fully Equipped ... DependableAll

Green of Brooker.Ice i Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey visited degree burns. can contribute. to improvement.I from the competition after openingthe i
in think the article about your experiences bids, and in the event the con- Makes and Models
and Mrs. Joe Asbell
Cream Supper Mr. visited tract is awarded to the Bidder, he
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Crosby will be helpful to a I
Miss Billie Ann Russ was honored Chiefland Thursday. will within ten (10) days there.
their son and daughterinlaw number of them. You are to be' after, enter Into contract and fur-
on her 16th birthday with an I :Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Dukes of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby, on public nish the required bond, failing
ice at the home of Dukes Station visited Mr. and congratulated your which he shall forfeit deposit as
cream supper and family in Gainesville and also spirited leadership in this connec- liquidated damages. The Bid Bond CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV
Mr. and :Mrs. Donald Keys at Mrs. T. W. Markey Sunday. The their son-in-law and daughter, tion. and Performance Bond are requiredto
Hampton Lake last Saturday will leave this week fora be secured from an agency of
Markeys Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Howard, and
Cordially the surety or insurance company, i i Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone
night. Those attending were Mrs. week's vacation with G. L. Mar- family in Jacksonville Friday. I yours 'which agency shall have an estab-I

Frank Polk of Trenton, and the ey and Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Mar- The H. E. Stokes Jr. were visiting C. P. Fisher Jr., Consultant lished place of business in the City
'I 239 Starke Fla.
and be licensed
of Starke duly to ,
A&&i&I Wilson Russ family of Brooker.Out key Jr. Mrs. S. A. Darity in Ala- .Community Relations Development conduct business therein. .
General Electric CompanyNew Each bid shall be addressed to '- __ _
Door BarbecueMr. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Connerlyand chua Friday. 1!the City Council. City of Starke, :_ ._ ,. ._ __ .'_ __ : ___ = -= :__ _::__=_-, =____ __-_:: : SI
Bedia Connerly of Tallahasseewere I York, N. Y.ONEFORALL
and Mrs. Ralph Nettles entertained Mr. and Mrs. Burnie Tarlow Of
their weekend guests, weekend guest of Mrs. Mat- ,
Orlando the with Mr.
spent day
Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Sessions of tie Sowells. and Mrs. Goedhart Sat i Ball Point Pen I II
George
I Wauchula, and Charles Fisher of; Arthur Kelly of Atlanta, Ga. .urday. Refills. Fits any pen. 49c Brad- I Investments in

Jacksonville with a chicken bar- spent the weekend with his par- ford County Telegraph.
I Friends of Miss Merline Rogers,
becue at their home last Satur- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Kelly. CtLL FOR BIDS
'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tim]
day night. Mrs. L. A. Green and Joe were I I ADDITIONS .\ ALTERATIONS I
Rogers, will be interested to POWER PL\\T
Saturday
Gainesville
in
New ArrivalMr. shopping Florida's future.
know that she has resigned her CITY OF
and Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. and that night little Joe ST\IIKE. FLORID .
with the State Road
celebrat-I position KI.ECTHICtL WORK
are happy to announce the arrival ed his 3rd birthday at Dept. at Lake City and is now em- SEALED PROPOSALS will be re-
of a son on Sept. 23 at the of his parents. eived by the City Council, City of .
ployed with Frozen ,Foods in Val- Florida. until 5:00 P.M.
in Jack- Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwards of Starke.
St. Vincent's 'Hospital dosta, Ga. (Eastern Standard Time)' on Octo- CLIMBING TODAY-LEADING TOMORROW
sonville. He was named William W6rthington spent the weekend\ ber 7. 1955 for the Electrical Workat
Earl 111.Installation. I with Mr. and Mrs. Zedra Hamil- Mrs. Effie Parrish and Miss Etta the Power Plant. for the City of

Service Nettles of Orlando spent the Starke material, Florida.All and equipment fur Youngsters whose parents have

Teachers and officers of the ton.Mr.. and Mrs. T. C. Hazen and night with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Par- nished be and in accordance all work performedshall with the equipped their homes electrically reap !

Brooker Baptist Church were in- son of Gainesville visited Mr. and rish and family Thursday.Mr. specifications and contract docu- the benefits of carefree hours..hours

stalled at the morning service Sun- Mrs. Aubrey Hazen and family and Mrs. G. B. Colson and ments be examined pertaining at thereto the office which of may the .. './ that Mom and Pop can spend with

day by Rev. C. B. Stallings. Sunday. The Hazens visited their Mrs. Iva Douglas attended funeral City Clerk, Starke, Florida and at them and their activities. Time
We remind Neil in the Hope Haven Hospital services of Mr. Colson's ;
want to everyone of son, I ,
invested in PTA, Scouting, 4-H, FFA, \
the new time for church servicesin in Jacksonville Saturday. niece Mrs. I. H. McCormick at .,
the evening. Beginning this Willie demons of Miami was Mt. Horeb Baptist Church Friday. and scores of other worthy youth

week Prayer Service on Wednes- the guest of the the Russell Mrs. Bill Jones took her small services, will pay real dividends in

day night will begin at 7:30. The Greens and also attended the fun- daughter, Phillis Ann, to Lake City Florida's bright tomorrows.

Training Union Hour Sunday eral services for Mrs. Lawhorn for observation by the Crippled '

night will begin at 6:30, and eve- Sunday.Mr. Children's specialists who were I We, too, are building for Florida'sfuture..are

and Mrs. Harrell Sorrels of there Friday. now in the fourth year

Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Bobby Jones recently visited ', ', of a $410,000,000 expansion program

L. L. Dyal last weekend and also her mother, Mrs. Vidal .j' ...designed to assure Happier

attended the Fla.-Ga. game in Smith, in LaCrosse. Florida Living..electrically
t BE. SUREfA (t ) Gainesville Saturday.Mrs. .
Mrs. Cassie Lauramore of St.
3 Frank Polk and childrenof
YOLJ1'4OME YOU Petersburg was the guest of Mrs.
Trenton spent the weekend
Mattie Sowells Thursday and Fri
9ILt with Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Russ.
I WINTERiZE On Sunday they visited Mr. and day.We
are, glad to hear that Rev.
/ Mrs. O. R. Waters in Starke.Mr. .
;
and Mrs. Freddie Clark and Ressie Carlton is at last able to

children of Lake City were week- get about now after having his 1tT

end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred foot in a cast for the past few <
weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow
Clark.
, \ 41oU1AU4O1J'
The basket dinner at the Dedan Palmer and family and Mrs. Al- "Let's not talk business .
ma Pons and Joe Cox, all of Fair-
Church well attendedlast
\ Baptist was let's talk about the beautiful
banks, were visiting the Carltons
Sunday. There were about new RCA TV sets available at
100 people present and all nearby Sunday.Mr. CHAS. C. ShEPhERD"

1'.. ._ e communities were represented.Bill and Mrs. Wilson Lewis of

,. .._ :- : Parrish of Gainesville vis, Miami and Mr. and :Mrs. H. L. -
ited Mr. and Mrs. Norman Par, Charedoin of Titusville were -
'
rish Tuesday. weekend guests of Mrs. R. E. rT:: =r :
:M. Sgt. and Mrs. DeWitt Pad-. Hazen. Mrs. Hazen and her

gett and children of Gainesvillewere guests visited W. W. Thomas,

guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. who is ill in Gainesville, Sunday.

Z. Padgett and family Tuesday. Among those attending the ::: ,r fr4 t

Raud Crews visited Mr. and Fla.-Ga. game were Cecil Melvin, :

BUILDERS fUPPUEf Mrs. Wallie Crews in Melrose Bill Terry, Alan Land, and Thomas __ 't
"
Wednesday.Little .
Hamilton.J. '
Phil Crosby of Gainesvilleand W. Thomas visited his father,
Dianne and Jean Howard of W. W. Thomas, in Gainesville

Jacksonville were overnight guests Saturday.Mr. -.,'-
I ioftheir grandparents, Mr. and and Mrs. George Raborn () _
----- visited
Mrs. A. L. Newton in !


Q0000ft ft00000 Sparr Mrs.Sunday.Lee Green, Mrs. Clyde \ .,

Locke, Mrs. Howard Johnston,

and Mrs. Theodore Litchfield of ,.--j iL
Gainesville visited Mrs. Aubrey -----
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Hazen Thursday of last week. .
They all went to Jacksonville and *
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
:
: ;. -1 visited _Mrs. Maggie Boals.
jL___ Mrs. Zennie
McMillan of Belle-
.I. _. ...
giaae is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.
L. Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Geor-

rrt ge Tetstone this week.

__ :Mrs.: M. D. Harrell entertainedat
Modem
______ her home last Thursday night Most Power in any Truck!

with a birthday supper honoringher

mother, Mrs. W. H. Eddy of .

Waldo.Mrs. Mattie Sowells celebratedher New Chevrolet Task rce Trucks!

65th birthday anniversarylast

Thursday. We wish for you \

many more birthdays, Mrs. Sow-
Shortest stroke V8's of any leading .

ells.Mrs.. Henry Hodge was honored I truck. The industry's most ad. \
.
: with lovely gifts her '
many on
w
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vanced Sixes! You get the most
: birthday last Sunday. Calling at

: : her home Sunday afternoon were ,. Modern for with' -
.1 job
I S U\ ..... .... power your
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Mr. and Mrs. R. Tetstone of Jack- x Is "'
:
", : :. .: 1 SECURITY sonville. 'I '/ 4 ,_ new Chevrolet Task-Force trucks! ,

j Carl Hodge is home after a visit I '
., t
EGGp Palatka with John Hodge. _
lin
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1 Sunday guests of the H. E. iI | ',.4'. .r' -- Most Modern Engines IVB
t j Stokes' were Mr. and Mrs. Ru-i i; :
idolph Stokes and family of Ala-| T : or 6
; Wf
A: I chua, and :Mr.: and Mrs. Harvey: .. V8 is standard in new L.C.F. mod.

I Phipps and family of Fernandina.Mrs. : ; : ::: ::::: els, optional at extra cost in all other
MAsH Ii .. ,
Ollie Cowart
\\ of Ft. Myers .. ) : .::. :::tz
Forward Control models. New
::: : except
!is spending two weeks with Mrs.
Ophelia Moore. I g > ', 4a Chevrolet trucks offer the industry's

I We are sorry to hear that ',: e- : most advanced valve-in-head sixes, \

: : Bryant Moore is ill, and wish him too. All have a modem 12-volt electrical
I a speedy
recovery.
system.
Family Reunion ...
-. The George Tetstone residencewas I
MostModern
the scene of a family ye-

union last Sunday, the occasion Styling t

This nest egg will come by the (dozen v. being Mr. Tetstone's 5Sth birth- "\ Work Styled-mih a fresh, functional

V day guests anniversary'attended this happy Ninety-four affair .,, appearance that's tailored to the job! 1
*""*""'"" :..
You'll start making money on your individual pullet after she including Mr. and Mrs. C. J. \ fff..L VJ Wm <" Two distinctly different styling treatments

Tetstone and son, :Mr.: and Mrs. IHSSS T' :; are offered-one for light- and

produces 150 eggs. I It takes this many to pay for all costs. Zennis Tetstone and family, Mr. % medium-duty models, another for

and Mrs. Alver Cassells, and Mr. #
Security Egg Mash is built to not only help maintain a steady and Mrs. E. C. Clark, all of heavy-duty models. It's a Chevrolet
exclusive!
Starke, Henry Lee Willis and
flow of Grade A but maintain condition aswell.
large eggs to good family of Ocala, :Mr.: and Mrs.

Pledger Johns of Hampton, Amon Moil Modem I
If an extra margin of nutrients is not supplied in the daily and Aaron Griffis of Raiford, Mr. features
t
I and Mrs.V.. W. Tair of West
ration for production demands body reserves will suffer.
Palm Beach, :Mrs.: W. W. Futch Panoramic windshield, concealed

At your Security dealers in the red horseshoe bag. \ and sons of Titusville, John Beil- Safety Steps and new High-Level ventilation I

ling of Worthington, Rev. John New frames, new suspension

Lewis and son of Cordele, Ga., k :_,_ ... New tubeless tires standard
on
SECURITY MILLS of Jacksonville, Inc. :Mr.: and Mrs. Ruey Tetstone, Son-
-ton models! Come in and see all I
1700 W. Church St., Jacksonville, Fla. ny and Sandra Jones, Martha and the modern
Effie Hodge, Mr. and Mrs. Shirley features that put you

I Tetstone and family Mr. and ahead! ,
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Mrs. W. L. Clark. all of Brooker,

Fot pI1With aWE fotur :Mrs.: Zennis :McMillan: of Belle- (

glade, Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Tet-
stone of Heilbronn, :Mr.: and Mrs. ---"

DELIVER TO YOUR FARM X D. Thomas of Bayless Hiway,
:Mr.: and Mrs. Carl Thomas of TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

Long Bridge, and Mrs. Freddy
n-n-nn nn nnn-n non Clark and children of Lake City, I
PHONE 111 CALL AND COURT STREETS STARKE, FLA.
and B. B. Sapp of Holder.
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( Mrs. T. V. Stinson of Griffin, Football Game 1:11: '!

;Ga., Mrs. Nora Smith of Atlanta, Saturday Iii i!
:;Ga., and Mrs. R. A. Mitchell of
;Rome, Ga. are visiting their
:brother-in-law and sister, Rev. I
'and Mrs. W. E. Hall. They will I'
all attend the revival meeting at I In '
Buford Grove Baptist Church at
Hilliard ths week. They will
I
leave next week for a visit with '
another sister at Crossville, Tenn. 4 .

Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ", I
H. H. Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Conner last Sunday were Mrs. I

A.A.Mr and. Crosby Mrs. ,H.Mrs.Wynn Tom Mrs.Lamb H., H SATURDAY. ; OCTOBER.1 TORNADOES III

C. Anderson, Mr..and Mrs. Crosbyand 1 t
children, Mr and Mrs. Pete 3
Wynn, Mr and Mrs. Cecil Ben \i I I '
nett and daughter of Ona, Mr.
and Mrs. H. P. Fouts, Mr. and I 8:00: P.M :' VS. I
Mrs. Aaron Fouts and son of I

Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs. Bishop
Thomas and children of Brooker.
They were here to attend the fun- :
eral of Mathew Crosby. # :i
PALATKAAdults
Arthur McRae and parents, the ,
H. M. McRaes, and Mrs. 1..- A. A .
Crosby attended funeral servicesfor .. ,: e
Roy Davis at Cedar Creek % AVBRADFORD. J

Cemetery near Sanderson last -
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and Mrs. Homer Stearns of _
Tavares visited relatives here last

weekend. ': JII!;

Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae, Mr. ,- $1.00 .... School
and Mrs. E. S. Sapp, and Mrs. : : High Students 50c

Dorothy Eggers enjoyed a fishing ; ,
trip to Grandin last. Saturday, f ,....,, .
That night they all had a fish "
supper at the T. N. Normans'. Elementary School Students 25c

Mr. and Mrs. Barney Eggersand

weekend children guests of of Jacksonville relatives here.were ,.._ ._._____0_._._.__._._._._._._._.;. ,; _____'._._ ____.___.____d._,_._._._,_,_:.

Granny Carmichael to I I ,
hag gone
Tampa relatives.for an extended visit with I Home Games I 1 I 1 OutO Town Games I j

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Mrs. Florence Johnson left last I -
week for an Indefinite stay in I September 16 .. Macclenny 0 Starke I
Tampa.Mr. September 23 .. Monticello 0 .. Starke 7 'I 1 -- 20 I

and Mrs. M. Beach of I October 7.. P. K. Yonge .. Gainesville I.

Jacksonville visited Mrs. Delores I October 1 Palatka In Starke i --
Carmichael last weekeid. I 1 October 14 .. Open I r
Gene demons and
Johnnie

Cowart left recently for a hitchIn ,Y November 4 Seabreeze In Starke 1 1V I October 21 .. Lake City.. Lake City
the Army. Gene's address is:

Pvt.14580860 Richard, Comp.E. C Clemons, 501st* ABN RA- I November 10 .. Ketterlinus In Starke I October 28 Perry.. Perry II III

Inf. Reft.. 101st ABN Inf. Div. -
I i November 18 .. Green
Ft. Cove Green I
Jackson
S. C. Cove
Gene I November 23.. Fernandina Bea In Starke I
would like to hear from all -

his have friends.Johnnie's Sorry address.we We do miss not '.I -,-,-,-,- _._.'P'>V-'_._._,_._._._._._._._._._._'_r_._ ';.' .:I-" _.__ _'_"' .-----L... __ -' '_,_._._ _I.. "'

these boys around, and wish them II........". d 111111
luck where they are. .. .

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NOTICE TO APPEAR Best Wishes to the Team Mow 'Em Down, Tornadoes Support the Tornadoes with '1:
IB Clrrult (Court Bradford County.I your presence
s
Lynwood Dolores Florida L.W.la McBride McBride Chancery.Plaintiff Defendant., vs. Seymours '66' Service Station Conner Insurance AgencyGo Herb's Drive InnA

.toilre To Appear
Case Xo. 10-1199 .
.
To: Lynwood W. MeDride, whose
residence and address Is: a/d3. ATU
201 U. S. Naval Air Station, Corpus Get 'Em, TornadoesSUWANNEE '
Christ!. Texas. Good Team Like the Tornadoes
Ton are hereby notified that a suit Bring Home the Bacon, Boys!
for divorce custody and controlof ". STORE Deserves
minor children etc. KOCH DRUG STORE Your Support :
has been filed against you in the
above named Court and cause and CECIL DOUGLAS Manager Western Auto Associate Store
you are required to serve a copy of -- a
your answer or pleading to the I
complaint on the Plaintiff' Attorney .
Gerald n. Hart, :202: Smith Building Compliments Of -
:, Jacksonville, Florida,
and file the original in the office Support the Tornadoes with your presence Let's Support the TornadoesR.
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on J. Starke Hardware Co.SPORTING'GOO .
or before the 17 day, of October
R. Alvarez
B.
1955; otherwise the allegation of. D. Reddish & Son *
Dairy
said Complaint will be taken as )s

confessed This notice by you.shall be publishedonce TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. .
each week for four consecutive
weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
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graph.Dated this 10 day of September Support the Tornadoes with your presence Best Wishes to the Team
1955.! Everybody Out For Tonight's Game!
(Official Seal) Charles A. Darby
Clerk of the Circuit Court Hardy Brothers Motor Co. Andrews Motor Co.
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Warren's Shell StationBest ,I

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NOTICE TO APPEAnIB Best Wishes Of Support the Tornadoes
Circuit Court. Bradford County with your presence

Maude William Florida Eva Martin IB Howard.Chancery..Howard Plaintiff Defendant.vs. I '- C. H. Driggers-Furniture Co. Wishes Of Thomas Truck Terminal ,

Case No. 10-1140 -
Xotlr To: William T. Appear Martin Howard, whose ; I Doyle The CleanerYour D. M. (Mallette) Hale "

residence and address is: 3830 Howard -
Road Richmond, Virginia. I Compliments Of Clothes Best Friend ,
You are hereby notified that a
snIt for divorce and restoration t I \
of maiden same I Starke Builders SupplyWe're Best Wishes From
has been filed against you in the
above named Court and cause and -
you are required to serve a copy of Best Wishes to the Team Denmark Furniture
Co.
your answer or pleading to the
Connlaint i C. Charley E. Johns & Son
Winter. Jr. SOS Florida Agency
Proud To Be Tornado Boosters!
Title Building, Jacksonville :.:.
Florida
and file the original In the officeof General Insurance GEM
LAWSONS MARKETCome JEWELRYThe
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on.
or before the
54 day of October 1955; House Of Fine .
otherwise the allegations of said DiamondsSlarke's
Complaint will be taken as contested Compliments Of
by you. Leading
This notice shall be published Jewelry
once each week for four consecutive on out and boost our team New Method Cleaners "
weeks in the BRADFORD COUNTY I
TKLEORAPH. GUIDON GRILL *
1955.Dated this 17 day of September, '':,: Best Wishes Team

OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of )the Charles Circuit A. Darby Court II Eat At The Best, Forget The Rest Best Wishes To The Team Brownlee
&
By Yvonne II. Xorman. Dep. Clerk Chasteen
'/:: it 10/14 '
Faulkners Service StationBest

I Let's Fill the Stands for Tonight's Game IIII'
Compliments Of
How Open S. R. Johns' GroceryBest I
Wishes Team 4 Hart Furniture Co.

SMITTY'S The Farmers Supply 11 i!
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Wishes From
BARBER SHOPCourt I'' Best %Wishes Of I::;

Barksdale's Dept. Store Onward Tornadoes! Conways II
Service
Station
Street
Opposite
I
G. S. "Gib" iii I
Court House Browns Service StationBest UNION BUS STATIONBest

YOUR PATRONAGE. Be present tonight to cheer our boys to % II

WILL BE GREATLY VictorySimpsonUrquhart Wishes From
Wishes
APPRECIATED Team r

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I Farm, Home & Auto SupplyFRIDAY

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Persons from Bradford County I one would start studying the le5- In The
Circuit
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED ; Court of Florida. I I above named Court and cause and l!
included The Circa Court Of Florida I
vice-president C. C. Ands( especially the. teachers. righth Judicial (Circuit in and to show cause why :said! petition
you are required to serve a of t
For copy ] Eighth Judicial Circuit In And '
Bradford County I 'should not be granted, on petition-
j ,
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD erson. Supervisor Ozora Johnson, your answer or pleading to the complaint -1! For Bradford
COUNTYBy
:Mrs Nellie O'Steen has movedto In Chancery i the County. ,ejs' attorney A. Z. Ad JDs. Jr.,
E. E. Minott, Bettie L. Home, No. 10-1197 on Plaintiffs Attorney IN RE: Petition of Jesse James ,whose address Is 1 Souhnst: First
( Jacksonville to live with some Joseph K. Skipper. 221:! Florida i Ricks and Lucille
Ozora Johnson, Editor Mary Karadimos-PIerrakos. Ricks tori,Avenue, Gainesville. Florida and
serving for Plain- ,
Principal Thompkins, of her children. tiff, vs. loannis Plerrakos Defend- Title Building, Jacksonville 2,, adoption of a minor. ,file the original in the of;. ., of
& & .. & & & & & .. . . . . SASS. and Elmer Shell. A theme for ant Florida.and II NOTICE APPEAR the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
---------- ----------------- -------- rile the original In the office of
the meeting will be. Sunday night was Fellowship DIVORCE To: Henry George Wilhelm before the 10th day of October 195J.'i : .
the Clerk
one important of the Circuit Court 1
Leaves CityFriends All reported a delightful enrichment item on the agenda. The meeting Night at the church and all seemed Order Appear of Publication and A otic to or before the 10 day of October;: known.whose residence and address is unHerein i I tconfesso win fail be not entered or a decree against pro

and relatives of :MaudeE. period. \\ill.be held at Lincoln high school ] to enjoy the hour of conversation To: Mr. loannis Pierrakos, 40 Tay- U55 said;Complaint otherwise will the be allegations taken as confessed of" You are hereby notified that ft you.

Magee wished her farewell PTA & Hobby Club Chit-Chat Gainesville, on Oct. 17, all eating cake and pie, and getous St. Athens Greece; otherwise by you. "petition has been filed in the above i witness my nanl and the seal
address f .
day. unknown. style court by Jesse James Ricks said> ">urt'n Starke Pradford
This
:Monday as she boarded the Silver Wateroak Elementary School MUMC Meeting drinking coffee tea, and lemon- You are hereby notified that each notice week shall for four be consecutive publishedonce I','and Lucille Ricks his wife for the Counts Florida this 2 daj of Sep-
ade. We have these Fellowship there has been filed by Mary Kar- : ''adoption of James Daniel Wilhelm tember. 19s5!
meter weeks in the Bradford Telegraph
for New County '
York. She will do 18 with
PTA met
Monday Sept. On Saturday, Oct. 1, Music adimos Pierrakos in the above a minor, by the petitioners. Jesse lOffu-wl Sea) Char::e* A. Darby,
special work for several monthsat President Beatrice DeSue presid- Specialist E. E. Minott will attend nights the last Sunday in each styled court a Bill of Complaint Dated this 1 day of Sept., 1955. I James Ricks and Lucille Ricks, his A- Clt-rk I of said t' ", UIt l'. "rt-:
"month. All seem to enjoy themselves against you, and the relief therein wife, and you are required to serve fly: Mol"lal1 L. Crosby, .>KU'>.' i lerka
OFFICIAL SEAL
N. ( ) Charles A. DarbyClerk
i
Oyster Bay, Y. She was em- ing. Devotions were led by Principal a meeting of music supervisors prayed for is a divorce. A VIXCULO of the Circuit: cup ot your answer or objections .'. t it t iv
the
ployed by Thomas Cafe and received M. E. Roberts. Almost all at Florida A & M University, I ( to fullest at every This MATRIMONII is from you. By: Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk ,

many lovely gifts from the patrons were present. Plans for Tallahassee. Minott is presidentof I gathering. (you, loannis therefore Pierrakos to, to command. appear 9/9 4t 930The

management before her departure.She completing payments on the stove District 2 of the Florida State and file your written defense in I
f..T.Y..Y..y.yV ...... said cause before In Circuit Court Of rlorlda.I I
on or October 24,
was noted for her superior were discussed. All patrons agreed Teachers Music Assn. Plans will 1955, filing the original in my of- Eighth Judicial Circuit, In And I
II
cooking and pastries. We wish to participate in the school milk be made at this meeting for the tic and sending a copy thereof to I I For Bradford County. ''
I lit Chancery.
Maude much success on her new program. The children will start state and district festival? HIGHLAND SamuelV., Box SI Getzen, Gainesville Plaintiff's, Florida.attorney I 1 Case No. 10-1193 I,

job. lit Moriah Church will be getting half pints of milk each throughout the state. I Upon failure to comply with this R. :K. Wheeler, Plaintiff \s. J. J.I HUNDREDSof
al., Defendant
et
Knight
waiting her return as she was avery day for 5c this week. Church News I lly Mrs. Lacy Norman order be entered a Decree against Pro you Confesso according will Order of l'oblit'Dtltluad :'Notice to

valuable member and made to law and this I Appear; The State of Florida
Thurston Elementary held its New Bethel case will then continue -
Baptist Church,, 1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Process Ex Parte. I I i To: J. J. Knight, whose address details are managed and economic-
contribution in the church I
quite a j first PTA on Monday, Sept. 18, Rev. A. Vinson i'Is 1310 Linden Avenue. Baltimore
pastor, will hold I This notice shall be published in !
D Witt C. Jones, asI ally attended that only a trained and
choir. ;.17, Maryland;
at the. school in Lincoln City. Elder regular services all day Sunday I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mosely the Pradford County Telegraph. a I Administrator of the Estate of Ed- ,
careful
Adult Education E. L. Walker, pastor of Mt. starting with Sunday School at: of Jacksonville were weekend I Florida newspaper for the published next five in consecu-Starke, ,jna i;} M. Knight, deceased whose address organization can attend when

There are three classes operating ,Pisgah A.M.E. Church, was elected 9:30: a. m. Deacon Saul Hanker- guests of the L. M. Normans. I 1.live Given weeks.under hand Gainesville' is 545, Florida N. E., and 10th to all Avenue othelrsonS 'I' the urgent need for serving is at

one in General Education at president. Most of the patrons in my and the I title, < hand.
son charge. Morning worshipat Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson of our seal of 'this court, this S day of pe' claiming any right.
and two RJE. The to Princi September, 1955. lien or Interest in or to the following
Lawtey according
at were present 11 a. m. Evening worship at: church has spent two weeks out I described property situate in
typing class is being taught by pal Price We feel that the new 7:30: at which time the Lord's at the lake due to a heart ailment. (
Bettie. L. Home general educa- president is capable of doing a Supper will be. served by the pas We hope she is soon able. to comeback By: Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk 11 Lot, 52 Township In Woodlawn Five,, Section South, 7

tion classes by A. B. Anderson, fine job and that this will be a L tor. All members and friends are to church. 9/16 5t 10/14 Kange 22 East. 7 Starke, Fla.

and Ozora Johnson. Persons interested banner year at Thurston. invited to attend all of these AOTICE TO APPEAR You and each of you are hereby sssfl nsaFuneral
Sunday of the Man notified that a Complaint hasbeen
guests
Ja The Circuit fourS OI Bradford: |
in learning to read, write Bridal Dinner services. family were Mr. and Mrs. Berton I County "Florida In Chancery. filed in the Circuit Court of Director Ambulance ServiceOur
and spell better are. asked to enrolL S. C. Price and fami Arnold Irving Rowe. Plaintiffs Bradford County, Florida, in Chancery
Supervisor '.. H. Gibson is Principal Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church Coruthers, :Mr. and Mrs. David Patricia Ann Gibson Rowe, Defend" :II by R. K. Wheeler as Plaintiff local funeral home enablea us to offer convenience sal]
entertained Eddie and against each of as defendants
ly Principal Rev. John Groover pastor, will I Kirkland and children, and Joe ant. you
that of said suit services not otnervrU available.ssssrasSstStstSSssttSSSrrstaSsss.
interested in helping persons learn ; the nature
thompkins and his new bride with I have services all day starting Howard :Marr, all of Jacksonville.Mr. Case No. 101086otlce is to foreclose a certain mortgage
to use the fundamentals for better a pre-fight dinner on Wednesdayof with School '\ To Appears I on above described property; and __ __
Sunday at 10 a. m. = .
and Mrs. Bill Crews of Jacksonville To: Patricia Ann Gibson Rowe,
living. There is no need for one to |I you are required to appear and
last week. The
was
dining room Supt. Homer Williams in charge. whose residence and address is:
be ashamed if he cannot write visited Mrs. Maggie Unknown. I fcerve a copy of your Answer or We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and
of the oca- I, Plaintiffs A.
a place beauty for Love feast will he held at the .pleading on attorney '
his name-we will teach you howthat's sion. All sorts of good things to morning worship hour. At 7:30 p. Crews last Saturday. You for are divorce hereby notified that a suit I.J. Thomas, Starke Jr.,, Florida.203-205 and TempleAvenue file accept ANY life insurance policy In force, Issued by ANT

our job. The adult schoolis eat and drink were served. Before m. the Holy Eucharist will be! Mrs. Bell Rosier of Lawteyvisited has been filed against you In the the original Answer or Pleading in company, as payment in part or in full on a funeral I

operating free for your benefit. and after the championship fight, administered the ( the G. M. Griffises last:I above named C.urt and cause and II thou e office of the Clerk of the Circuit ,' Consultation carries no obligation. .
for last time
by y are required to serve a copy of Court on or before the 10th i
Persons interested in enrolling are games were played by the guests. Rev. Groover. Annual conference:)/Friday. your answer or pleading to the complaint day of October, A.D. 1955. If youtail I I 1-rsss-ssssssssssl-srsss-srsssrs-ss rssssssssssr.tJ
im'ited"to come to RJE or Law- on the Plaintiff Attorney to do judgment by default
All present report a de is i Mr. and :Mrs. Earl Padgett and I so 1i '
just around the
persons and
corner 1
II. E. Nichols 309 Guaranty Life will be taken against you for the f"1:
tey each Tuesday and Thursday i ., ._ _: __
children visited friends and relatives -
lightful evening in the spacious your support and cooperation is Building Jacksonville. Florida relief demanded in the Complaint. I
night from 7:30 to 10 p. m. On resident of the. Prices in Gaines- needed. I in Titusville last weekend. ,I and file the original In the office I This notice shall be publishedonce
'of' the Clerk of the Circuit Court on each week for four consecutive -
last Prof. Frances Jenk-
Tuesday ville. Mt. Pishah A.M.E. Church, Rev. Mrs. Dock Norman and children L i,or> befoie the ; weeks in the Bradford County: APPROVED ENGINEERED
ins showed three film strips to I, I 17 day of October 1955; i Telegraph. i I
Planning ConferenceThe E. L. Walker pastor will hold[ jof Clay Hill visited the Albert I Done and ordered at Starke, Florida '
the entire group. Adults and Veterans !otherwise the allegations of said '
annual planning conferencefor services all day Sunday starting Normans last Sunday. Complaint will be taken as confessd -: !: this. 7th day of September. A. 'FACTORY ,r FACTORY
'I D 1955.Official
Discussion was sparkedby District 5 of the Florida State with Sunday School at 9:30: a. m. Following are the Sunday Schoolteachers I by you. (<" Seal) Charles A. Darby |

adults including Jessie Williams 'Teachers Association was held in Rev. Walker will preach at the for the new year, as best: I once This each notice week shall for four be consecutive published L ;' Clerk County Circuit, Florida.Court Bradford i SERVICE PARTS

Miriam Tyson, Clemmer Ocala Monday. Representatives morning and evening worship.II can name them now: Nursery, ;'raph.weeks In the Bradford County Tele- |'I 9/9 4t 9/30 j jIn I

Bryant, Henry Bryant and others. from seven counties were present. Holy Communion will be served in Helen Starling, and Francis Eu- I Dated this 14 day of September, The Circuit Court Of Florida
the evening. All members are asked I 19 55. !
Eighth Judical Circuit, luDd Reconditioning
Washing Painting Repairing
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ,
,
I to pay dollar money to the Albert Norman, Avie Austin I I Clerk of the Circuit Court For Bradford County In Chaucer: .
No. 10-1178
Beautiful Healthy Parrakeets las leaders during the day. A nice Cradle Roll, Ann Harvey:; I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk: Angelo Ralph Demita, Plaintiff, vs. I JJ'reckerService

special musical program will bell Beginners Evelyn Mosely, Joyce: I 9/16 4t 10/7 'Maria Demita, Defendant.
I; DIVORCE
rendered Monday night. Oct. 3. Bennett; Primary, Iris Pendarvis, NOTICE TO CHEDITORSIn :Order Of Publication :\ To

Billy Rose Parrakeet Farm at the. church. This is.a farewell l'1 Bettie Starling, Mrs. Ed Manning; The Bradford Court County Of The, County Florida Judge I,, Appear Tar BRAKE TIRES IGNITION
A Maria De3Iita.'Ia Tofaro 11vellino
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expression from the community Juniors, (boys) Bill Pendarvis, !I N RE: Estate of Neva B. Marti A Italy. or whose last address i TESTING AND STARTER

On 21 Heights for the pastor and his family. (Charles Starling, (girls) Rececca ',neau.To All Deceased.Creditor and Prrfconn Hav. I known.and mailing address being nn I BRAKE TUBES GENERATOR

Highway Keystone Teachers and students throughoutthe Wise, Ellen Norman; Intermediates laf Claim or Dt'Rlaudlgala"I I I You are hereby notified that there I LINING BA1TERIESI

county have been asked to (A. Class) Ona Hardee, (B. Said Estatei I has been filed by Angelo Ralph De- FENDER SALES

Baby birds easily trained full of love and affection. Make participate. Don't miss this rare Class) Winfred Wilkinson; Young I'notified You and and each required of you to are present hereby I|I Cburt Mita, Plaintiff a Bill ,of in Complaint the above against'styled I'I REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICAL

wonderful pets. AU In full plumage la all colors. Blues in all literary and musical treat. People, Ann Harvey, Carson Grif- any or either claims of and you demands may have which against you, I,you for is and a divorce the relief, A VINCULO therein prayed MAT BODY WORK SERVICE SERVICE

sb des. Yellows, greens, and white. Also yellow-faced blues. Mt. Moriah Methodist Church, fis; Adults, (women) Purvis the estate of Neva n. Martmeau RIMONII, from you, Maria DeMita
Brown, Sinie Prescott. I d deceased late of said County to the the defendant in this
)
AU raised and acclaimated to our Florida climate. Hundreds to Rev. D.V.. Demps pastor, will Secretary, Counts Judge of Bradford County, This is therefore to cause.command ; Lubrication Service
yo Complete
Hazel Griffis. General Superin- Florida at his office in the courthouse
choose from. Also beautiful selection of cages. have Church School at 9:30 a. m. to file your written defense in sal
dent, J. Eunice. Clerk and Treasurer of said County at Starke, cause on or before Oct. 10, 1955, fil-
with Supt. W. Brooks in charge. Florida, within eight calendarmonths ,ing) the original in
OVER A THOUSAND BREEDERS ON HAND Sister E. V. Singleton is practicinga T. T. Blackburn. Pastor, E.: from the time of the first I sending a copy thereof my .office to SamuelGetzen. and DODGE ''JOB.RATED TRUCKS
C. Harvey. Teachers for the men's publication of this notice. Each ,Y. attorney for the
TROPICAL FISH BLACK MOLLIES play for the Missionary Depart classes will be named later. I I claim or demand shall be in writIng Post Office Pox 81, Gainesville plamUff -, Reconditioned Used Cars and Tracks
ment of the church that will be l J and shall state the place o f Florida. Upon failure to comply

U- I presented soon. The cast will include ii il i the residence claimant and and post shall office be address sworn of toby with fesso this will Order be entered a Decree against Pro Con We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs

many of the young pebple >tt!I.. The County Judge's/ Coir*. la l the claimant, his agent or attorney according to law and this case will you
i and
I any such claim or demand i then continue
the church. The date of the presentation and In For Probate.RE Bradford. County, Florida. i not so filed shall be void.H. This notice shall in process be published Ex Parte.I in HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR GO.
I ] W. Schwleters. As administrator
Bradford
will be announced later. IX County, in the Bradford
BUSINESS DIRECTORY : The Estate of:
of the Estate of Neva B. Martin- County Telegraph, a
J. R. KITE newspaper
each ,
Prayer service Tuesday eau, deceased. published in Starke. Florida
I and friendsare Deceased. First publication: September 16, next five for the 600 Temple Ave. Phone 69
For Reliable Dependable Service and Merchandise Shop night. All members NOTICE: TO CREDITORS 1955.A. Given under consecutive weeks. J
invited to attend. All creditors of the estate of J. my hand and Seal:
J. Thomas. Jr., 203-205 Temple O fthiSCOUi'tthis
Starke Business Firms 31 .
day of
H. Kite, deceased, are hereby notified I- AulOFFICIAL
Ave., Starke
Florida, Attorney for ust, A.D., 1955.
and required to file claimsor YOUR DODGE PLYMOUTH DEALER
any Estate. -
4t
(
9/16 10/7
I ..........TYT..T..... demands which they may have SEAL) Charles A. Darby
against said estate in the office, of By Marian Deput'

4- i LONG BRANCH County the County, Florida.Judge in the of Courthouseat Bradford! IB Circuit NOTICE Court.TO Bradford APPEAR Countr: L. Crosby, 9/2 5t Clerk 9/30 <__.. _. __ -_-- .- __ __ _-: : ::. n : : ;i.--, ,.;.

HIGH TESTEDTIIICKWALL Starke, Florida within eight I Florida lu Chancery. -
calendar months of the date Edna E. Kennedy, Plaintiff. I -
WELDING I of vs.
first publication of this notice. Each the Preston B. Kennedy, Defendant. ----- -- --. --- -_ _. -_ :- __ n_ _-._. __ ._ __ ."".'':-. :.._ __ ._----'-
by Mrs. J. L. Strickland claim must be in writing and must CasXo. 10-1200:!
CAST IRON BRASS state the place of residence and :Notice To Appear.To .
and postoffice address : Preston B. Kennedy whose
of the claim
CONCRETEBLOCKS CAST STEEL A AALA A ALA AAAAA LA AAAA1 LA
t ant and must be sworn to by ti taclaimant. I residence and address is: 3314 Old
last his agent. or his attorney, !'Washington Street Wilmington, Stove Round UpAT
CUMBER'SWELDING We were surprised to learn ,or it will become void according to Delaware.
week that we have a Rawleigh I'.law You are hereby notified that a
SHOP :September: 20, 1955.s suit for
.. Phone 248-J route in this section again, and I ( ) Louise IL Kite, Divorce
And that Denver Godwin is the repre as administratrix of the Estateof has been filed against you in the AT <
Cor. 10th J. R. aoove named Court and
& Thompson Kite, deceased. cause and
sentative. We will welcome his
READYMIXEDCONCRETE _ _ First publication: September 23, you are required to serve a copy of SLADE
a: visits. 1955. 9/23 It 10/14 your answer or pleading to the complsi't -
on the Plaintiffs' Attorney COMPANY
Sidney Wellhausen and Jimmy
NOTICE TO APPEAR William D. Morgan. 507 Clark
Higdon spent last Wednesday evening !a Circuit'Court. Bradford County, Building. Jacksonville. Florida
Floridi la Chanrrrjr and file the original In the office of
Phone 91 24 Hour Service with the Stricklands, trying Grady Hicks, Plaintiff, vs. :Margar- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
to improve on their singing. A et Allen Hicks, Defendant. before the 17 day of October, 1953,
ALL KINDS AUTO REPAIRS; Case No. 10-1213: otherwise the allegations of said
seemed
BRADFORDENGINEERING little to
/ practice help i.otic To Appear Complaint will be taken as confessed BRINGS ONCE A YEAR BARGAINS
WRECKER SERVICE them a lot. I say again that we To: Margaret Allen Hicks whose by.you. ,
CO. Phone 9118 !should try harder to help our residence and address is: Unknown. This notice shall be publishedonce
You are hereby notified that a each week for four consecu.
young people for they are the suit for divorce live week In the Bradford County

THOMAS TRUCK I ones who will be leading the next has been filed against you In the I Telegraph./ ON HARDWICK AUTOMATIC GAS RANGESTURN
above named Court and causa and Dated this 13 day of September,
J TERMINAL generation in the right way or you are required to serve a copy of 1955.lOKFICIAL.
OPEN SUNDAY the your answer or pleading to the SEAL) Charles A. Darby
;1/2 Mile South on 301 wrong way. complaint on the Plaintiffs Clerk of the Circuit Court KNOB OVEN LIGHTS AUTOMATICALLY
Hear that Lillian Padgett was Attorney T. Frank Landrum, By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk

12:30 8:00 P.M. slightly bitten by a small snakea Starke, Florida. 9/16 4t 10/7 ,
and file I -
the original In the office :
7:30 10:30 A.M. few nights ago while going of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on J"OTICEr APPEAR
_ _ _
home from church. But the snake or before the ,In Circuit Court Bradford County
24 day of October, 1955 Florida la Chancery.
e MARGE'S was not poisonous and did not otherwise the allegations; of said, Anthony J. Cocco, Plaintiff, vs.
I get "a good bite" at her, go only Complaint will be taken as confessed Dolores Ellis' Cocco. Defendants. PEAK TRADESDuring
by Case No. 10-1194
y.ou. I I.
FULL LINE OF KING KONE I{made a slight srcatch. This notice shall be published i IXotlce To Appe" '
II once each week for four i To: Delores Ellis Cocco whose '
Cottage prayer meeting washeld consecutive j
GROCERIESWEST weeks in the Bradford County Tele- '[residence and address is: 3403 North \\
At Herb's Drive In at Jim Stricckland's home graph. i Goodman Street Philadelphia,

END last Friday night, with a good Dated this 21 day of Sept., 1955.' (Pennsylvania. OLD STOVE
You
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. are hereby notified that a
Package Milk Shakes ,attendance. Now we are looking: Clerk of the Circuit Darby Court ,suit for divorce has been filed

GROCERY And for other homes to hold prayer By Yvonne II. Norman. Dep. Clei'Court i against you in the above named I
and
cause and you are
re-
I meeting in on Tuesday and FIll 9/23 4t 10/14 qulred to serve a copy of your answer ROUND-UP
KING KONESDRY or pleading to the
T day nights of each week. :\OTICK TO complaint I
APPEIH
on the Plaintiff's AtrnrnvLouis
you be kind enough to let us In Circuit Court Bradford Coun y. T. Ransom, 519 Professional @ Gives You A Chance

DELICIOUS know if want us to come to Florida! In Chancery Building Jacksonville, Fla., I --
you Robert
Harry
Campbell. Plaintiff and file the To Own
CLEANING S original in the office of A Glamorous
REFRESHING
your house? Just get word to \"S. Bernice Ann Campbell, Defend- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or .-.-
ant. '
Sidney Harris, Besse Strickland, Case No. 10-11471 before 10 the
day of October, 1955; New Hardwick
'I-
or Rev. Higdon. :Notice To Appear otherwise the allegations of said
To: Bernice Ann Campbell. whose Complaint will be taken
Our small suffering as confessed ,
grandson was -
residence and address is: 1500 West by you. At ABargain
WE CALL FOR TTTTTTl'TTTTTTl'l'TTTTTTTTT from a severe chest cold, llth Street Niles! Michigan. I This notice shall be published
but seems better now. You are hereby notified that a suit once each week for four consecutive \
Schwinn Bicycles for divorce weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Price
AND DELIVER Eugene Watson his has
got fingers been filed against you In the I graph.
AND REPAIRING caught in a car door Sunday and above named Court and cause and j Dated this 6 day of Sept., 1955. I That
Phone 135 [you are required to serve a copy (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby We Can Offer You
SAWS FILED had them badly pinched. ot'l I
" your answer or pleading to t Clerk of the Circuit Court. '
NEW METHOD LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED Our Sunday School fell down complaint H. on the Plaintiff Attorney By Marian 1... Crosby Depntv ci.rv I ) t.. : But Once A Year
E. Nichols 309 Guaranty I I -
Life 9/9 4t 9/30
some in attendance last Sunday.We Building. Jacksonville
-
Florida( .
Bike
CLEANERS Simpson Shop I
had 55 but 37 and file the original In the
just present, office NOTICE TO
'
Bob Green 315 Temple Are. S. Walnut St. brought their Bibles and 40 studied of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on .I fn Circuit Court Bradford APPEAR County ; ,
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a! or before the 17 day of October j I FIA"'dal In rhavrrrr ::: $50 TRADEINr
AA LA LuLL ALL LA ALA AALAL IA 1955
; otherwise the
their lessons. We wish allegation ot ,
every- Pauline B.
'II.t:___ ------ said Complaint i Speed. Plaintiff VB.'I .
will be taken ,
as i Charles M. Speed. Defendant.
confessed ,
by you. 'I I'I ,
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U- This notice shall be I No.
published .tl"e Tn .4ppfKr I I j
[once each week for four of
Condition
weeks consecutive I i I To: Charles M. Speed, whose -..
in the Bradford County Tel residence," and address is: 1937 .

VISIT CALL WRITE 1955.graph.Dated this 14 day of September, '!'James, You are Avenue tereby, Montgomery notified ,that Ala.a \ Of Old Range

j suit forDivorce
(Official Seal) Charles A. Darby I attorney's fees. and
Clerk of the I
Circuit Court' maintenance .
INC. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy r-ierk I has been tiled ..
FINANCE against you In the I

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I Presbyterian Church IIIWAY CIIAPEL School Classes there. The Rotarians I the opening of school. I' -

ASSEMBLIES OF GOD meet once a week in the Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brannan of\

I Saturday Adult Choir prac- club house, and the Boy Scouts Toledo, Ohio are visiting the par- DID YOU KNOW
with a
10
!tice 3 Sunday School a.m. have held meetings there. Dancing -: .JCHUiCHll p.m.Sunday qualified teacher for every age. classes were held there last Mrs. William Siprelle. Mrs. Bran- '
School 9:45 a.m. Morn- Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evan- I IT'S ALMOST HERE ?
winter. The Duplicate Bridge:i nan was the former Doris Sip-|
'ling Worship 11 a.m. Communion gelistic service 7:30 p.m. Club meets once a week in the i relle. The Brannans also brought

.... .. i meditation by the minister, followed i Woman's Missionary Council club house. It is available for their two children, Stephen and!\

by observance of Lord's Sup- ,meeting Wednesday 10 a.m. private parties and receptions, Thomas.Mr. I WINTER!
At The Tabernacle
Methodist Church r per. Youth Fellowship 6 p.m.,I I Midweek preaching service etc. The Woman's Club is not and Mrs. William Siprelle|
I Thursday 7:30 pjn. getting rich in its role of and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bran-i
I The schedule of Tabernacle Frances Caldwell and Margaret I
Sunday, 9:45 ajn.. Rally Dayin services for the next two weeks r I I Children's Story and Recreation lord. As stated before, the"land-j nan spent the weekend visiting THE
Rose Duncan hostesses. Evening FOR
the Sunday School. All departments I Hour Saturday 3 p.m. I als cover only the points of interest in Florida.
follows
in children's division lis as : Worship 7:30 p.m. I utilities, which in the cold winter'II,While they were away, Mrs. Gary

will give special programs in the I I Tuesday evening Bible Study, Tuesday Monthly meeting of Hampton Christian Church evenings can come to a tidy sum. Garner, another daughter of the SAFEST, QUICKEST, CLEANEST
sanctuary daring the Sunday I B. E. McRae and Virgil Owens in Board of Deacons 7:30 p.m. The latest project of the club Siprelles', was housekeeper for .
charge. Sunday Bible School 10 a. m. is the other children, and HEAT YOU CAN HAVE
School hour. Come and see your Wednesday Prayer Meetingand the Library. It was opened Siprelle
evening, Rev. M. M. Preaching 11 a. m. Evening
I Friday last the two Brannan children.
child take part. 6th study in You Can Wit- winter, and there one can
.Brackman, Lake Butler. Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. Preach- find St. William's Altar Society will
World Wide Communion Sun ness, led ty Mrs. L. H. Gibson, all the current best-sellers,
Bible
Saturday night Youth Meeting, ing 7:30 p. m. Wednesday not meet this week, previously
7:30 as well as best sellers of other as G-o Gas&I
11 Directed recreationby ,
a.m.
day
p.m.Thursday
Willard M.
and Morris Study Hour 7:30 m.
W. B. McKinney p. years. Children, too will find the planned. The meeting will be
Harry Green, 5:30 p.m. Fellowship Junior Choir prac- Jones, Pastor.Keystone. I
Jr.
Brackman type of books they like to read- held Thursday, Oct. 6, at the
Supper for Intermediatesand Sunday: Bible School, W. B. tice, 3:30 p.m. I all modern, and well-selected. I II home of Mrs. George Schaeffer on ,
Seniors, 6:15 p.m. Evening IMcKinney and B. E. McRae. Each member is especially t.........yyyyyyyyyyyyyf'' Peach St. at 1:30
p.m.
I The local I
Service 7:30 PTA is today a
p.m. Morning and evening worship urged to join' in observance of j Good Luck, BoysThe
{
Monday Circles 2 and 3 services, Rev. Syd Rees, Jackson- World Wide Communion Sundayat flourishing organization. It, too, friends and neigh
many ;
HeightsBy is an offspring of the Woman'sClub.
meet, 3 p.m. Official Board ville.Three the morning service. I' bors of Harold, Hubert, and Leon?! s
meeting, 7:30 p.m. persons were welcomedinto the three Ridaught brothers of:
Tuesday Circle 1 meets, 10 the Tabernacle membershiplast BAYLESS IIIWAY Mary Kay Schaeffer | Several families in the vicinity Keystone Heights, wish them

Sunday morning. They will bea BAPTIST CHURCH AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWoman's I owe their present well-being to I the best of luck in the event that : Talking About .
a.m.Wednesday Children's Bible valued addition to the work the fact that the Woman's Club their claim as Choctaw descend- I; t

Story Hour, 3:30 p.m. Bible Study and fellowship.Mr. Rev. H. C. Martin Of Graceville Club Plays helped them when they were in ants comes for a hearing be-
up ,
and 7:30 spent the weekend with his folks distress.
Prayer p.m. and Mrs. Elmer Johns and Important Part fore the Indian Claims Commis-

Thursday Youth Choir re. son, Larry, of Gainesville were here. In Community Life Last summer, the Club sent sion in Washington this fall. I

earsal, 6:30 p.m. Chancel Choir I wprshippers in their home church Mr and :Mrs. Charles Newmans Last week, when the Member- two girls to 4-H Camp at Cherry The three brothers and their r

rehearsal, 8 p.m. Sunday morning. of Gainesville spent Sunday with! ship Chairman of the Woman's Lake. The new budget for this families are decendants of the'

....- his parents, Mr and Mrs. Lois Club was visiting prospective year provides for two boys and Choctaw Chieftan, Chifubie, whose
Newmans. .members, she was dumbfoundedwhen two girls to enjoy the same out- tribe inhabited Eastern Mississippi -

I The young people of Bayless one asked, "Well; just what ing. Of course, they must be the I. and Western Alabama at the I ;vs
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE I does the Woman's Club do?" It most outstanding 4-H club mem- time General Jackson initiated his

lit-tle was amazing that anyone wouldn't bers.The j I Florida Campaign in October of :

FLA. !to which all the mothers and fathers know at least some of the things! club sends Christmas Gifts '1814. Chifubi and others of his

,f were invited. It was a In the first place, there is the to the Florida Farm Colony at: II tribe served as guides for the '

/ I[great success. mere fact that they have a build-II Gainesville.No General in Florida territory In I'I'i

I REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor I Mrs. Helen Sapp and Harold ing that can be used for various small item Is the Blood 11 i return for their services, Jack

I[Crews entertained affairs. What would the town do Bank. Anyone who has ever beenin son gave them a document bear ,
their
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town School Sunday without the building? it was alt a situation where they needed ing his signature, granting them
classes with
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 the home of the former.a party Refreshments a ways in use, but since the Inn blood would hardly ask the ques- "any and all lands east of the

burned exactly one year ago, it tion, "just what does the Woman's Suwannee River, provided YOU :
were served to the 25 r u
is the only building in town that Club do?" I land your people maintain peaceful 3a
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M young people attending.St. I nHs
is available for use. As a contribution relations with all citizens or the :
This the first business
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:16 P.M. to the community, the year I United States, and recognize no
meeting of the season will be on
Mark's Episcopal I Club permits affairs of a civic other rule than that of the United r u iv
Oct. 11. All members-new and
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Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. Rev. Raymond E. MacBlaln nature to be held rent free. For old-are urged to attend. States Government."

other affairs, there is a charge! The tribe lived to its
up part
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at Everyone in town is invited to
Services at St. Mark's Episcopal I which is nominal. This merelycovers of the bargain, but was attacked
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast 1 3 the Woman's Club Reception to be II
and 5
Every Sunday. Church will be as follows: the cost of fuel and elec by Seminoles and the whole tribe
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held at 8 p. m. Wednesday, Oct.
Sunday: 9:45 ajn. Church L tricity. Upkeep and utilities cost 12. taken prisoners. All but one male I
There will be entertainment
School and Adult Class; 11 a.rn.-. the club money, just as in any'and refreshments. Everyone is child was emasculated, and the Want to heat your home better
Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 I other building. For several years,, Ridaughts are his descendants.
: urged to attend. at less cost. with
"' ; greater conven-
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p.m. y P. S. L. the members of St. WUliam'sCatholic Should the Ridaught's claim be
Wednesday: 7:30 p.m Litan, Church held Mass in thE Children Sprig Lawn won, they will receive a nice lot I ience? Then come in and let us tell you
We see the lawn at St. Wily
First Baptist Church, Hampton and Meditation; 8 p.m. ChohPractice club house on Sundays and Hol liam's Church is rapidly taking of cash for every member of the about Dearborn Area Heat!
Days, until they could build the'u existing tribe.WOODLAWN.
shape. The children of the parish
MORNING SERVICE 11 A.M. Holy Communion: 1st Sunday,, own church. The Communit}r
are doing a good job of their
11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 a. m. church has also had Sunda r MISSIONARY PRICED FROM 24.95 IIP
sprigging. Last Saturday there II
EVENING
SERVICE
8 P.M. I BAPTIST CHURCH
were nine boys and two girls ,
10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m.
That'8 Our Business working. They worked till noon, .
Sunday School10 A.M. p preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:45: prayer -
at which time they enjoyed a
t Training Union 7 P.M. Y If It's Glass We Have III! picnic lunch. In the afternoon, service, 7 o'clock song services SLADE GAS CO.Starke
e 7:30 evening services.
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/ CALL WRITE or VISIT three members of the Catholic

"Hour of Power" Club, Bill Jean Feraci,
I Morgan
Florida
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Wed. 8 P.M. a 9 I toys to the clay pits to shoot Wash Your Clothes \ -

FOR ANY GLASS NEED their .22 rifles. There will be
"Holding Forth the Word of i
Light"Manin ;. ,, We Design Modern Store Fronts target practice every Saturdayfor 9 Pounds i ,. '""""

Faile, Pastor Just Mail Us A Pattern for the boys who help sprig. The For 40c! [( i
girls will be equally rewarded in J I
Table Tops another way. Don't Miss Our "Back.to.School"I
1313 N.W. 4th FREE Bleach If Desired!
- Pl. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 The children are asked to come 3

back on Saturday for another .

vHBHn MM nn- -- ._ .. I session of sprigging. We Will .
--' --' -- -- --- - Injured In Fall I PHILCO:

airs. Gertrude Burch has beenin
Dry Your Clothes
the hospital in Gainesville I :

since last Saturday afternoon.:
She suffered a broken bone in For 20cIn I
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ATTPecan her hip at that time. She was returning II I I
New Automatic Driers!
; to Keystone from a tripto I : TV SALE

Pennsylvania and decided to I {
visit some of her friends for a I
,>
few minutes, before going to her The Washeteria I
own house. Unfortunately, she i
fell on their front steps, break L _

Growers ing the above-mentioned bone. Temple Ave. Starke I

The family she had gone to visit I .
was not at home, and it seemed' ,'- .. .- -> ." p_ .. I
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I that none of the neighbors were I I

either. Being unable to move, she ... _--___ _".. -- u__, __ o k Turnsl.eEr
was forced to call for help, and
seeing her plight, told his par- rhs Right

It is a known fact that the State of Georgia will have a short crop seeing her pight, told his par- COLONIALFLORIST //
ents, who called
promptly an am-
of Nuts this year. Consequently, your Nuts will probably net you bulance. The two local doctors

more cash money this year than ever before. So take full advan- were Mr.out and of Mrs.town Axel at the Malmgren time. ;

"'tage of this situation. returned this week from a visit Swivelet
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in Memphis, Tenn., where they PHONE 218 ..
I For many years we have bought Pecans and will be buying were guests of their son, Dr. i Luxurious Mahogany. _

them this year, next year, the next and right on. The word that I Richard Malmgren, and his fami- ( ) finish Swivelet with self- \

want to pass on to you is I have one of the best connections this year ly.Mr.. and Mrs. George Watson, for leveling brass viewing.feet-turns Aluminized 4
who I easy rHItCO 4140
in
are living the John
for selling pecans that I have ever had. I know that you will be con- house on Lake Geneva, celebrated Dye FLOWERSFor I. picture tube. .-


fronted with every kind of pecan buyer known of this year because other their evening wedding at anniversary a dinner given the All Occasions I i I New, Micro-Grid.._' ''Tuner' '''r

of the short By this I including the fast smooth talker .
crop. am by Lt. Co! and Mrs. David A. DISH GARDENS

the guy with the dishonest scales and the man that pats you on Nelson.had For this affair, Mr. Watson I
caught a most obliging POTTED PLANTS
the back with one hand and picks your pocket with the other. But 9 1-2 pound fish which was cook-

remember this We do ed for the occasion by Mrs. Axel POTTERY
alone for
-- not depend on pecans our liveli- Malmgren. The Malmgren's

hood, consequently, already being in business we do not have to pay also guests at the dinner. were Flowers ''ViredAnywhere a'i

any additional rent, hire any extra labor or have other additional Miss of Mr.Marilyn and Mrs.Rushton E. A. ,Rushton daughter -,

expenses.Add (!has returned to Florida Southern
t College where she will be group Nona St. Starke

all of this together and see why it will pay you to sell your nuts to us. We need I leader during freshman orienta-

everyone that we can get. If you are running short on cash we will be more than tion week. Marilyn will begin .1

happy to buy nuts before the Well either them serving her term as Junior Sena- .. .
season buy outright
your opens. or, to .--- ---'-'- -'!',
show you how straight we Shoot we'll give you a deposit on them and pay you the : she tor-at-Large, an office to which I
elected
was last
market price at whatever date you would like to sell. Yes, you get the money NOW Student Body. spring by the I The practice of III

just give us the nuts LATER. Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Mooreof I : !
I Chiropractic I
Atlanta have returned home '

following a two-week visit with its as broad as the nervous

Our Scales are Government Inspected. We give you an invoice so that Mrs.Mrs. Don Moore's Pangborn.parents,Mrs.Mr.:Moor and -!system function of which each controls organ. thet'I Lid 75 r :.

will be remembered as the former wide
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therefore applicable to a
you can check our figures for error. I Miss. Donna Pangborn.Mr. I variety of diseases which d-II I) ai 2034 3 \
and Mrs.
Frank Ilgen and
I I feet both mind and body I MGES-Unobrid9ta
children have returned from

Spring Mills, Pa., where they I Below is such a case: III Just to cover A

SEE I have been visiting relatives. Mr. I A young woman 23 years Of'' I handling'

Ilgen's mother, :Mrs. Lottie Ilgen, I age had severe headaches,, and shipping

I has returned with them to their I chronic low back distress, pro-i' I
home on Brooklyn Bay. The D- i
periods of mental de
Ilonged -
Brownlee gens are planning to build a little i
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Chasteen house for Mr. Ilgen's mother on I pression. ''I Here's the chance of a lifetime to give your family BOTH I

their property.Mr. Under several months of a new 21-inch Philco TV and this up-to-date Webster'sDictionary I
I that's s"Must"inthehome or for the student.
and Mrs. James Grayson Chiropractic care these sympI f
It sells everywhere for$39.50,but we give it to you with !
tons
have returned to their home on I were removed and tJM t
of 1956 Philco TV models. All you
new
I I Brooklyn Bay after a stay in St. patient now enjoys good health. purchase is the cost many of handling and shipping. Act at once! I
pay
Before You Do Business With AnyoneCOR. Louis confined, Mo., where in the Mr.MissouriPacific Graysonwas I i iz


& CHERRY STS. TELEPHONE 143 wish Hospital.him a speedy Their recovery.many friends I I BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC I
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Mr. and Mrs. Guy Brehm of C. H. NASWORTHYf:

No lots from Tulsa, Okla., are guests Of Mr. I CLINIC I II li
too small none to large, one pecan on up into the millions of pounds, and Mrs. Frank Ilgen. f

we'll buy them all. We are always the first to start '-- the last to quit -- we're here Miss Mary Ann Morgan is attending I i Starke Phone, 108 Fla. I!j i1 1i GENERAL SUPPLIES I II i

the Academy of the Assumption \1 I
year in and year out in Miami this winter. I LADY ASSISTANT I 232 E. Call St. Phone
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'' Her parents, :Mr. and Mrs. H. L. I 198.J'I

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TE'l BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE.
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1. t.I.l.tI )ER 30, 1 3dI
-t the skirt 13 washed by: hand, .
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Home Demonstration in a non-automatic washer,)funeral SundayFor ADVENTIST SEVENTH DAY I KIXGSLEY LAKE

wring it dry but instead! SOIL CONSERVATION CHURCH MISSIONARY BAPTIST
it to Mrs. Lawhorn .. Services each Sabbath in the
Notesby j up drip-dry and fin-
the N-E-W-S Old Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday School 9:4o a.m. Morn-
pleats after
some Sabbath School 2 p. m. Preaching'ling Worship 11 a.m. Evening
the moisture has dripped out:l iAt] New River '
,every week by R. L. Mathews, pas- Service j:30 p.m. Prayer Meetinf
DOROTHY ROSS Or you might first lay the! By Bill Haas
tor. Bible Study each Thursday each Wednesday 7:30:
Every
pm.
; flat on a towel and !!
pat out Mrs. Lucretia Green Lawhorn.
Home Demonstration 7:30 m. A friendly welcome one welcome.Rev..
Agent i water and then U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION p. H. H. Mott.
hang 85, longtime resident of Bradfordand awaits .
everyone. pastor.ALVAREZ'
to dry. This hastens dry-/ Union Counties, died last SERVICE k

Combating Mildew left for a minute or two. and als0 prevents the weight I Friday at the home of her daughter I

Hot humid rainy Bather la rinse welL Dry cleaning is the water from stretching or I 1 Mrs. Zada DuBois, in Gaines- A a .- I i Men's.Clothing

:leal for mildew. A dark damp ommended for fabrics that the. skirt out of shape. ville. She had been' in declining H. H. Hamilton and Mitch Ed-r The Athletic Department of the J STORE Established 1894 II11i 1 I

doset or a covered bundle of not be washed. you purchase ready- health for sOme time. wards were sitting in front of the High School used the District's !, ,

sprinkled clothes offer excellent Washable PleatsQuestion5 permanently pleated skirts A native of St. George, Ga., Legion Hall waiting for the sup- fertilizer spreader to fertilize the I i ------

jonditions for the molds that about care and pleated yard goods to make up ]I I Mrs. Lawhorn had lived in Lake per the Cattlemen and Farm football field. Bobby Sapp drove

:ause mildew.Clothes .- I ering of "permanently skirts, look fcr the manu-'I Butler] and Starke for about 80 Bureau were to serve. Of course, the F. F. A. tractor. Sell Ii- Rent It Trade

and household fabrics-I skirts come frequently from label as a guide to in j years. She was a member of the I the topic of discussion was cows I

linen. silk and en who want to know about the fabric, its 1 Brooker Baptist Church. and pasture. Mitch told Hamilton j I II i Harold Norman, a Bradford Soil -

especially cotton the will hold and washing. Besides her husband, Rev. Wm. I that his Pensacola Bahia pasture 'Conservation District cooperator
pleats if the I
favorite camping{I
A'ool for are mildew. Quick treat- is washed at home. I :Milk for School Children I H. Lawhorn, she is survived byj I has given more grazing and atj 1 used the District's weed chopper. | 1V1TH\ A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
rounds
the l es cost than any other type of1''pasture -He stopped cultivating a field'
I across Nation have six daughters, Mrs. Bessie Bran- -
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ment of the stains is important.irst I Many permanently I I '
their doors to thousands nen, Mrs. Berta Anderson. and he has planted. Pensa- 'while we discussed the planting otBlue
? brush oft the surface growthof skirts are made of blended ; Low Rates Good Results basy To Place
I :youngsters returning from !Mrs. Amy McCormack, all of cola Bahia is considered one of mildew. Do this outdoors not -for example wool or L I I : 10 WORDS OR LESS, ONE _ _
IXSEUTIOVCII .
vacations. They're going j Jacksonville; Mrs. Zada DuBose. I the best pasture grasses when :remarked that in one field of JOc

scatter in the house over where other the materials spores will and'made combined fibers.with Good the results newer :I miss those extra home snacks |Gainesville; Mrs. Lorena Critten- i used at a low fertility level. i!'Wade Gaskin's the suckers had ADDITIONAL WORD 2c

j the day, and what bettert den, Beaumont Texas; and :Mrs. I .ears big enough to break following .: ror\T: OF' 15 PUt CK\T o\ TWO OH MORE IPHTIO25e "
produce a new growth of mildew. been reported in laundering t Ruby Crosby used the District I h .\ADDITION FOIl LIM) tllSOIl .*11OT: Ptlll IN *l\
a cover of Blue tE
; can be offered children be-j Ozena Benny Mandarin; four crop Lupine.
Soap and water will take care ed fabrics made with about I rotocycle mower on his place on -
man-made fibers. meals than milk? It fur sons, Joe Green, Starke; R. Lee S \Lf'IU.'TfU I H PIAXO F'itSALE-Fn, i
washable percent Came
of fresh mildew stains -
on '
Bryant Reddish and '
Bayless Highway. upon '
many of the nutrients that Green Gainesville Rev. Fred I Sober reliable man fur combination; I I ann that will s-esv : : .
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fabrics. If the stains are ering may be done by hand ; ]Pete Wainwright getting ready! Debit. Starke and Lantey, Mein-\ I time. See. hear and pUn" .->t. ,:.
stubborn. they may be treated I machine. The hot water and I especially need while i I Green, Jacksonville; and Russell Soil and water conservation |to bale some hay. We discussed I IBryant's ity. Call 65MI or Apply 6-7 Vid-i J Kent for $10 per u. 1:1!, .\L; ;...
I al Gainesville for interview. | rent .
Building -
growing fast. But many Green, Brooker; a brother, Leon- I farm plans were delivered to Jack to purchase y'ur \\ ,1: -z,.:
is will j which'
with bleach. Sodium perborate soap or detergent not I farm plan after 4tp 10/14 I! Story and Clark an,! h.-.
a mild bleach that is safe for pleats or fabrics. If an don't get enough milk ard Anderson, St. Petersburg; 29 Jones, J. R. Kelly, E. J. Brennan,!')the talk got around to lupine asl] Dealer. Cridley Ma.'i I.. c
I i schools can serve milk to! grandchildren, 43 great grandchildren ,and O. F. Gerrell. Mrs. Jones told ![ I 1025 IV. University! skirt
washable fabrics. It's a good idea washer is used the i a cover grazing crop. Bryant 1-'la. Phune Fr 2-4U32.:
to test colored fabrics with the be removed before the spin for lower prices at van.. I and one great great II me that they had planted tenjj;l leaned against the bailer. wipedthe 8.ltTOG.UEIGIITS 21<'1,,: "
I times during the day. UnderI !'grandchild. I and that i it UNIT No. 2
of ,
bleach first to be sure it's colorfast. cycle. Then simply press acres Pangola is.j, sweat off his face, and said, : LICENSED WELL DRII.I.rK
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:'I Special School Milk Program I :I Funeral services were held at ,looking good. We stopped to dis- Jordan. We .lm
Recommended is a solutionof L pleats into place with the \'e seen corn planted after lupine I guarantee \V3t-
schools are reimbursed with I :'the New River farm', : Three lied room masonr, home* I_._Phon_59t( !. Melro ie. Fla. >
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Church Brennan's and Gerrell's 11
Baptist
,cuss sFOU
one tablespoon of sodium per gers and hang the skirt :' j that you would need a ten-' now under runMrurtion in
borate in one pint of luke. warm I I straight to dry in the air. A I funds administered by: I' Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock'I plan at the gate when :Mr. Gerrell j foot ladder to reach the ears." Stark,'. iirnrkt addition Price i SALE--Building lots on new
U. S. Department of Agricul. I with Rev. John Dizks, Rev. to field of and I | to vrtrranit *KM) IM with apuli- Iflanding Road. Also small ,
Trubyj pointed a soybeans tra <
water sponged on the stain and breeze helps remove wrinkles. I ]Pete said, "That ain't nothing. I1 ration tu purchase. S.'O.tKt in of acreage or
subdivision
I I I This covers part of the cost L I I Parrish, and Rev. C. B. Stallings ;said, "boy am :I going to make I. ', thirty da>. and ri3.IKt at rlo.lnr.Itur I from city limits. 4rs. L. l.Ol" ,;*
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put in M
---. II I some cows a field of Yellow k;
now and nelrrt the interior nt. I,
milk served in toi Box
410.
n-_ __no .. __ .m I addition officiating. The East Side Baptist !some fine hay in that field. The :] Lupine and they were fat before color and tile for bath audI.U..hpo. at Call St. bridge Peasant, 1 mil/Id.. .i'f
included as a part of corn Church Choir of Gainesville had I soybeans are about in full bloom ::, :j I turned around good." j !See I he plan, keep It hg
meals under the National I j I charge of the music, and the Odd and just about ready to cut." them oterniicht. and make pourarleellon.
I If )ou want to OWN REAL
CARSFor : } Lunch Program. j jFellows I] lodge of Jacksonville had "i;I CAM. FOIl IIIUS II a home it Mill paOU to In- ESTATEFor

GOOD WILL USED i last year's program I j I i
: in 47,000 participating!..left] the residence for the church. j :Starke, Florida, at the City Hall in REALTY CO. Three : bed room
i drank well over 400 mil-I Interment was in the New !Starke !Florida until 8:00 o'clock laou..pf' hOW under bla"ODr
''Is Postponed P.M. on Tuesday October 4, A.D., Of Starke 1)1. large I.... ron..trupUoa
j facing
additional
half pints of milk.: ']River under the direct pa't"d Street
A Good Cemetery 1955, at which time and place all i I. Slarie. Price
I certain improvements in the 'I tion of Key-McCabe Funeral I 1 bids received will be publicly opened Iteal K&tate Broker I.O.O,9! "" 110"" Pa>I/.IHIO.O west, "Ik
I and read aloud for the 355; Tt"lup'et". Telephone 3S3Iar.t" ike rent balsace
I this it is The Democratic Party rally : purpo.-e ,
year expected Home of Jacksonville. I f
I Ii '1o one two-ton truck, six or eight Florida
USED CAR BUY i even more schools will be!, Pall bearers were Waltron Anderson I slated for Oct. 6 has been in- ,cylinder. 825-X20: : 10-ply tires power i: 40 a..rf' farm, 3 bed room modcr0 _

I to offer extra milk to chil I Jim Henry, :Mark Lee definitely postponed, G. P. Wads- i:e nd.take-off One 1948 with Ford two-speed truck to rear b. i, 1.01.ELY SPINET PIANO: ings,frame pecan Ia..naf'and. good; othrr outbuild .

: I II Brannen, R.. A. Green, L. 'worth chairman of the Bradford ;:i traded less body and hydraulic lift a We lovely will soon Spinet have Piano in your late vicinity model. tIfltln trees. farm In hUh. Mat of fruit.ul.
R.I
See P'I. program is administered ,Green and Billy Ray DuBose. .County Democratic Executive :]which chasis is by to seller.be mounted Truck can on be seen new I'To responsible party. will sell at big fan and be In laaDdlpd.nere..f by|rt'ApOD operalion. -.

.1 State educational agen ,I 'Committee, announced yesterday. .:at the City Light & Water Plant, reduction with small down paymentand "Ib'f' PDr..Ia."pr for $6iMjisj doiq
easy monthly terms. Write Immediately pa'went.
Starke Florida. I lIa'a..f'
Each school system' uses Wadsworth said that former ,' The said City Council to Credit Manager, P. O. term... iIhIn abort oa rpa"onab'f'

BOB HAMMONDAT most effective ways to make I II governor Fuller Warren, who had..]all right bids.to accept or reject reserves any the or Box you will 2613,be Jacksonville advised where 3, Fla.instrument and- Stalt"distance Farm.of Star.t". La"It"T milt orina-and

I milk available to its stud F N accepted an engagement to be the ,' CITY COUXCIL I. can be seen. 3tchg 9/25
'I'll
I MP2" main speaker at. the rally, had CITY OF STAIIKC FLORIDA : FOR SALE New :I In eon..truct.j brick building
; 8 x 8 x 16 Concrete dona 10".
I By Carl ,
PONTIAc'sUsed ____ Johns City Clerk Starke
SIMPSON.URQUHART I will want to encourage I found he could not make it on.. I block, 19c. Cement $1.40 :54. *: 33'. UOOBI for Iluilding.
children to take advantage I F 4S& E ''that date. I.I Ii bag.per bag.Bndford Mortar Engineering Mix $1.25 per C" i ,1-10,1t.1..pre tract or .lfOarpd elpaSSlon land
I
W.C.T.U.EVERY three
Car Lot on South Walnut Street the program and drink more !,, i The, rally will be re-scheduled 1!;i I phone 94. Starke. f L S. 301. miles of tar.e OD

at school. The program needs {'and a date announced later, Wads-.1 i YEAR I LIVE IN- ,I'J I FOIL HIT

Most of our Used Cars are New Car Trade-ins, and I support. I A I worth said. j I CREASES MY CONVICTION I BILL SOTO I La Furhb.j Lt". homes at KI.K.ley

have been thoroughly reconditioned in our shop I !THAT TilE USE OF LNTOXICAlING -, SeasoaaJ and perma.et.

you can obtain bul iJ Marines DRINKS IS A GREATER *! SIGN SHOPOne FLORIDA REALTY CO.

G. M. A. C. TERMSASK I on homemaking and garden- I Now Taking 'DESTROYING FORCE TO LIFE I Mile South O/ Starke

I subjects merely for the ask- II Recruits For Three I AND VIRTURE, THAN ALL I On Keystone Highway Real Estate Broker

t Contact Miss Dorothy Ross,I I A. B. Whitehead and George Years OTHER PHYSICAL EVILS COM: 325 Temple Ave. Telephone
And Four Phone 178-L 383
ABOUT OUR WRITTEN WARRANTY ON'LATE Demonstration Agent, P. O. Brown, soil scientists with the BINED. Starke, Florida

MODEL USED CARS 267, Starke. Office is in the Soil Conservation Service, were Immediate three and four year HENRY WARD BEECIIER. All Types SignsFOR f..

annex (old jail build- guest speakers at the regular enlistments in the Marine Corps I,. (NATIONAL VOICE.)

USED CAR LOT PHONE 471 ) meeting of Bradford Chapter to 'i SALE-Supro Electric Guitar
are now open according
Velva Fruit Future Farmers of America are-I'iI I with case and amplifier. Like I
once
nt announcement by new. Real sacrifice!
..._.,.-_-.t1953 ....... _. ....._.---.,.-...... the ripening of the deli- Sept. 22. The discussion was on W. Meserve, non-commissioned officer Bullington Studio and to Gift owner.Shop. '' ,
and colorful persimmon, soil surveys and land capability Itchg
Chevrolet 210 2-dr. Sed. $1195.00 I in charge of Marine recruit- THREE FRIENDS
I' you ever tried using it as a ,maps. mg in the Greater North Florida
desert? Velva fruit Is so ., Plans were completed for a BARBER SHOP ELECTRIC MOTORS

1952 Pontiac 2dr. Sed. a 1095.00 and easy to make that we donkey softball game Thursday area.Formerly Rewound and Serviced
four and six year enlistments 126 E. Call St.
you will try it! Sept. 29, at the BHS stadium.

1952 Buick 4-dr. Sed. 1095.00 cups pureed fruit or 7:30 p. m. Admission: adults 50c with were only urged a limited upon number applicants -. I Under New Management General Machine Work All Evinrude Motors .

fine with a fork 1 cup students 25c.President 't SPECIAL Work Guaranteed Reasonable
of three year enlistees accepted.) 1 Parts ..
1952 Chevrolet 1 unflavored Roman Alvarez "RatesRED Service
995.00 tablespoon
Spt. Cpe. appointed -
Under the present policy there isj All Hair Cuts 65c I
one-fourth cup cold water, a committee to plan for I -
no waiting or delay, applicants
1952 Dodge 2dr. Sed. 795.00 cup (or less) lemon the chapter's exhibit at the Brad- may be enlisted for three, four or I Shaves 50c SEAL Zimmel RunaboutsFRED'S '
Mix together the mashed j ford County Fair, Oct. 24-29. The
six years service in the Marine ELECTRIC & MACHINE
1951 Lincoln 4dr. Sed. m 895.00 persimmon, sugar and lemou!'i chapter plans to exhibit the bull Corps. However, all first enlistees:, Complete Works I SHOP
I Keep mixture cool and avoid which was given to it by Sears
in the Marine Corps are still re- $3.75All F. W. GRAUDON, Owner 31",. MARINE
in order to Roebuck & Co. for
mixing community
1951 Chevrolet 2dr. Sed. 695.00 I pre- quired to undergo recruit training
the vitamin C. Vitamin C service. Anyone wishing to use at Parris Island, S. C. II! Work GuaranteedYour 1' I Temple & Pratt Ph. 397 CENTER I.

air. the bull for service free of Patronage Appreciated
lost on exposure to: the charge,
I It was re-emphasized that only
1950 Ford Convertible 695.00
gelatin in the cold water. may contact the FFA advisors, P. 1 I 0. G. DIXON Temple & Pratt Stark.
volunteers are accepted by the -----
I
I it thoroughly by heating C. Hutchins or J. G. Wood. I

1946 Chevrolet / Ton Pickup 295.00 I boiling water. Add dissolved Henry Lawson and Marvin I Marine Corps. Marine officials _.' FOR RENT-J bedroom
Tii;
are convinced that the volunteer I - iiHp house, frame
-= newly
-- -
-
to fruit sugar mixture. Brown were nominated for Sentinel South St. redecorated, 615
1946 Ford 2dr. Sed 195.00 to prevent formation of and the election will be held at system the high is largely state of responsible morale and for ,I 1st, phone Contact 218. Colonial Flor-ltchgWILL

lumps of gelatin. Freeze the next regular meeting, Oct.
__..--.r._.....-..--.....I...tS-L............._ "esprit de corps" for which the I Ie I BUY from owner, lots or
in in refrigerator. 11. acreage,
tray Leathernecks are famous. I I erty, within vacant or improved prop. I
We Have Several Older Model Cars at Prices I t It .was decided to change the Young men may volunteer for E. Wall, 713 35 Laura mile St.of.Starke or wrIte.1. I

Ranging From LEWIS TO REPRESENT I chapter meeting dates from the duty with the Corps until they I I STARKE FLA. .I Cpn. DI'I.. Starkf'. tfehg

\ PECAN SALES ,second and fourth
Thursdays to receive their draft induction not I'HOJNE 414-J RUBBER STAMPS made to order-

$45.00 To $150.00SiMPSONURQUHART I Lewis announces that he the second and fourth Tuesdays. ice. Once a young man receives : Sun., Mon., and Tues. daters facsimile, numberers stamps. Bradford notary County seals

represent Consolidated Pecan I orders from his draft board tOj Oct. 2, 3, 4 I HOUSE FOR REXT-Apply at Bus Tele raph. tt

Inc. of Albany, Ga. in the: I Recent BirthsMr. report for induction, he is no -3 BIG DAYS- I 1 Station. tfchg 2.% PAID ON SAVINGS KEY

I of nuts here this season. longer eligible or permitted toi 'FOR RENT-Newly decorated 6 STONE STATE BANK KEY.
: and Mrs. Steve of volunteer DOUBLE FEATURE 1 house. STONE HEIGHTS FLA. ltfEY
PONTIAC will be located at the State i Starling for the service of his I room Three bedrooms. HEn FDIC.
Lawtey, announce the birth choice. 2 baths I'f.4 block- from school.
of a Ma and Pa ,
Market and a company Kettle I 210 E. Adkins St. Key next
[daughter, Pamela Kay, on Sept.: Join now while the choice is door). tfchg LET J.'- D ODOH. JR
i will next R4
appear II DLE VOt'R
II J25, at At Waikiki ,
Doctor's Clinic. CATTLR'
yours Sgt. Meserve Take A\n
urges. I I HOGS
- -. .. I FOP SALE}-New three bedroom SALES _
I Ii. Mr. advantage of the present three Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride Home on Lake near Keystone. Live 0-k faf'
and Mrs. Marion Wpdsedy
, -, __ .-_i. __ -i. _-__': _0__'i'''' :-I., Fernandina Beach are the York parent of year contract being offered, he II I -And- I I 'h"n108._ Dr. Kullinger. lIp C-I'i.ilie Earh Friday
concluded. For further informa- FOR RENT-Three room furnishedapartment tt
of a daughter born Sept. 27. Mrs. ion, contact your Marine yeruiter The InformerVictor I I' private bath. Gardenia
York is the former JoAnn Dink I i I Tourist Home. ItpI FOR SALE
ATTENTION AUTO j e Sgt. H. B. Jensen at Drafti McLaglen Heather Angel I
OWNERS ins '
daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. L.
MAX
Board No. 18, every Tuesday. Plus Color Cartoon for ChildrenWed. I AXTED-Tiny's Service Station -
F. SLAG
Dinkins of Starke. Itp ROCK

BLACK CREEK HOMECOMING ., Thur.-Oct. 5, 6 SALESLADY WANTED-Must be
The
Starke Maternity Hospital 1 I experienced. Good pay, at Nick's I Excellent for Drivewaysand
announces the following births: I Homecoming BlackCreek DOUBLE FEATURE Fruit Stand. Kp
New Florida Law at Parkways
Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Dick of' .Baptist Church. Sunday, Oct. 9. Dawn At SocorroRory FOR SALE-Washing: machine gas

I Baldwin, a son, Ronny Eugene, on, Regular services in the morning. I Calhoun and Piper Laurie range frigerator.elec. Good water condition.'ery heater, and re- $3.00 Per YardIn

Sept. 23. I Dinner on the grounds and singing reasonable. 511 W. Brownlee St. 5 Yard Lots
AndVillage
I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eugene I ti in the afternoon. All singers in- I Up

Johns of Starke a son, Brian vited. Barn DanceWith Call
Everyone urged to come : FOR RENT-Furnished: 5 rooms and
I Keith, on Sept. 28.BOATDBAIN I and bring a basket. I II I bath, 1 mi. south. Keystone Hi- BILLY JACKSON
Richard Cromwell and $25.00. M. Thorsland.
Oct. I Deadline I way. Up

HOMECOMING !I BROOKER I Barbara Jo Allen FOR RENT on Kingsley Lake: 3 Phone 165
Plus Color Cartoon for ChildrenFri. bedroom cottage furnished. $50
---_ -_________ _- --' I Homecoming at Boatdrain Baptist BAPTIST CHURCH I mo. till May 1. Mrs. E. J. Dowl- RADIOS
II Church ing Sr., 570 W. Call Phone 113-J. REPAIREDAll
I Sunday, Oct. 9. Sunday 1- I Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning
., Sat.-Oct. 7, 8 Itchg Hakea All MoJela
New Financial Responsibility Law Becomes Effective School and preaching at regular 1- {I Worship 11 a. m. BTU 7 p. m. DOUBLE FEATURE aeamtaabl eaaricea taamteel
I time. Dinner and singing the i ,Evening Service 8 SPOTTED RED PIG taken up at my CHAS- C. SHEPHERD
p. m. Prayer place. Owner have tea w. r.n at. .
by
may pay- t.rk.
F* *
rest of the Gorilla At I
day. Everyone invited. Meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m.-Rev. LargeIn ing for feed and ad. D. J. MarI -
OCTOBER 1ST
i Come and bring someone with you..1C.I B. Stallings pastor. Technicolor I tin. Rt. 1, Box 420 Starke. POWER MOWERS For Rent and
2tp 10/7 Sale. we service what we selL

If You Are.Involved In An Automobile Accident And I -And- I WANTED-Man full time work. Ave.Tiny's Service Station, Temple tfchc

District Band Festiv val) Coming Here I Silver City Kid I least Must a be high over chool IS years education.old with Apply at-

Do Not Have Liability Insurance You May With Allan at Lovettg. Itcbg BULL-DOZING
I "Rocky" Lane -- FILL

LOSE YOUR DRIVERS LICENSE AND YOUR Starke will play host to the .night. The various bands will Plus Serial Chap. No. 6 and I MAN Household WANTED Products to sell to Rawlelgh'consumers. DIRT LAND CLEARING

Fifth District Band Festival next combine into one gigantic ensem- Cartoon for Children We help you. Good profits for
I hustler. No experience needed to Oyster Shell Peat Humus \
ble and be conducted
March, Bandmaster M. C. by the finest
LICENSE Thompson :- 1 start. Pleasant. profitable dignified -
PLATE bandmasters in the state. I work. Write today. Raw- Bldg. Sand-Paving Driveways
disclosed yesterday. The IYINKLERELECTRIC-.- I eigh's Dept. FAI-270-53, Memphis.

festival will feature competitionin I _-- S I Tenn. Hp OVID LEWIS

concert, sight-reading, and I N> quantity WANTED too large- PfC.S or too small W. Madison St. Starke

Be Safe Buy Low Cost Liability Insurance. marching. % SERVICE I for Cash selling.market Dillar prices.Keene.See us 117 beI I j PH. S56-W ,

In past years this event has Rrnwnlee. Starke. 12tp I

been held either in Jacksonvilleor I t I FOR SALE-Four acre farm U/I6'1 good L.II BAKERY equipped.FOR Iieasonabkrent SALE-Completely or

NO MEMBERSHIP FEES BEST FOR LESS Gainesville. Starke breaks the six room and bath home, electricity purchase building if desired.can
precedent by inviting all the bandsin I fI 1 deep well school bus and mail' Sacrifice price. Sam Rosenberg
,
route garage chicken house, cow
this district, which embraces and hens. One mile east of ItP
6 MONTH POLICIES about 12 counties. The invita-I J Starke. Good Terms Henry R. WANTED BUYERS FOR 22 Re-
Dobbs Route 1. Box %74. Starke. volvers 32 revolvers, 2 shot 12
tion was made possible by the ad- { RADIO 2tp 10/7.; gauge shot gun, 18 gauge single
dition this summer of I shot gun 4-10 single shot !,
a new ) gun
I I FOR RENT-Two bedroom duplexapartment. 22 rifle.I Smith Shell Service Sta-
music building to the local school j) AND Private entrance and lion Lawtey. ttcbg 10/7
plant. About 1,200 band membersare ...---- yard. Furnished. Apply 304 So.
DOYLE E E. CONNER AGENCY Water St. Itp; FOR SALE-6 foot Kelvinator deep
expected to attend the two- : TELEVISION freezer U2ii. II. 1.,. Lawson Rt.
ZENITH 2. Box 151.
day festival. 17" $10 REWARD to information lead. Starke. HI'
Starkites will have the chanceto Evanston T1814K 159.95 r_ ,_ _" ing to the arrest and convictionof L ATTENTION
I
VETERANS-You
anyone selling Beer or Wine to may
All Lines of Insurance see and hear all Jacksonville I Sales minors or: employing minors in receive elementary and high
When Your TV Needs businesses Selling Beer Wine training under yourGlbillhere
bands, all Gainesville bands I or
as at home.
Service Call 166 and Service Bradford Co. Children's Commit. See A. U Crosby at the
Armory.
well a* bands from Live Oak, tee. Mrs. E. A. Hall Secy. Up
PHONE 285 136 W. Call Street STARKE, FLA. Fernandina and other towns. SsssrsssrSSSSrSflSflSSSSrfl tflstrflrrrSrSSfl 9/30 10/14 10/26 cog i READY NOW for that

Highlight of the festival will be 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida 1 Young Double-Breasted special dinner -

..- a massed band number on closing I I WANTED floor duty-Registered from 7 a.m.nurse to S p.m.for"i Grade 421, OJaI's A Turkeys.Turkey Farm Phone, Flora-1fU-4_
Doctors Hospital. ,
tfchg home, Fla. U \\



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