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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 7, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Road matters occupied almost I

Addition I the full attention of the County ,
City To Invest
'Old'
Commissioners at their regular i" Council

meeting in the courthouse Mon- New
Rising I Clears The
day.A ; Cash Record
I delegation of Ed Durban, L.| Surplus Faces
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I C. Hilliard and L. G. Hilliard I ,I- -. F AJti Meeting for the last tune the

Fast who live near Lawtey, asked the, ( old
i City Council with GeorgeKopelousos'
". A Board to build a new road which Until Needed on
t I ti and W. T. Billy)
,! ,would{ connect their with
JI property II Jackson's terms about to expire,
I an existing paved road. The road ti CityCouncil
; met at 7
they stated, would reduce I In his first official action in office g I' Tuesday night to clear
addition rises at junction of Call and Water Streets. greatly the slate before the newly const
IMPOSING STEEL STRUCTURE of new'light plant the distance they now have to1'' Tuesday night, Mayor Wm.T. .

Foundations for all five generators have been poured and the contractor Is ready now to begin pouring travel. The Board agreed to* the (Billy) Jackson concurred with ,tuted In Council took over.

concrete for the cooling tower foundation. The Job of dismantling the generators at New Bern N. C. request, providing a 40 foot right the Council in the reappointmentof 111F- i addition batch to examining aMapproing

is scheduled to begin Oct. '10. Tampa Armature Works has the contract for the huge job of movingmnamtnrs of way is deeded to the Count'y. warned the : present police force, but 1 i, bills, and other a routine of matters current,

tn Stark! The Board received the request Mrs. Ruby Johns ;the Council:
I. E. Clark
"You men have sworn to uphold
that be at
culvert pipes covered Passed
the locations Lester I"the constitution of the United I an ordinance forbidding
following
Next Week Johns; Santa Fe Lake :Road at I States, the constitution of Florida LOTS TO LEARNThe I to be done in the new power bulk the unloading of motor fuel at
Auction i stations or other
First Pecan ; Silver Lake; a place 1-2 mile j ,' and the laws and ordinances house. He said these bids would the city limits places within -
during the hours
east of Lawtey on Highway 225;10f the City of Starke. You are woman'siewpoint was be forwarded to the engineering I''of 7 p.m. and 6 a.m.
;all hired on a 60-day probationary added to the management of consultants for '
Jack Parker's place on the jJd- screening and ap-

Growers Told To Check MarketThe i ward's Loop Road; Dale place'on'period j basis, and if the laws are Starke for the first time in proval. !the The request Council of a took bulk this plant action owner at
enforced
Highway 16; Bodecker place on not properly then those history Tuesday night when Suggests Savings j who warned that unloading

Highway iOO. The Board decided who are lax will lose their jobs. Mrs. Ruby Johns took her place I Starke is now sending copies:[quantities of large
I gasoline in the middle *
first auction of the Nettles said that at least one pounds. It is reported that some ,I to write to the State Roam d "I talked this thing over with on the City Council. 10f all auto accident reports to"I of the night was a definite
"
pecan
I! company will be represented at seedlings have already sold fro Dept. for this service, |. Police Chief Thornton, Jackson When asked her reaction after Tallahassee, it was disclosed in a fire hazard.To .

1955 season will be held at the I I the market to buy nuts daily, 30 to 34 cents a pound. After a discussion of the cattleap continued, "and he agrees with the meeting, Mrs. Johns I I'discussion. The Council expressed prove his contention the

Starke State' Farmers Market although the auctions will be held Alvarez urged growers to check ? on Johnny Cowart's farm, me one hundred per cent"Jackson ''I said: approval of this practice, as i it 'owner cited examples in

Thursday, Oct. 13, starting at only once a week. He advised with, the market daily on the the Board decided to let matters I then appointed Riley "I've got a lot to learn and seems that some years ago whenno I cities where huge amounts nearby of
was announced ''yester of nuts before "TheStarke stand However, Sweat to the position of Assistant I will do a lot of listening be- records
2 p.m., it [growers to grade their nuts this price selling. as they are. were forwarded, a ;I gasoline had flowed over during
day. The auctions will continue year since premium prices are Farmers Market is reallyin Chairman H. A. Bishop Jr. went Police Chief. fore I'll feel that I know the local resident failed to collect insurance an unloading operation at night

each week on Thursday until the expected and bad nuts in.a lot position to help growers get. on record as being in favor f I Before the Council meeting began job very welL" as a result. I thus causing a grave fire risk,

in this is disposed ot. the best price for their nuts this Cowart another cattle City Attorney Arch ThomasJr.
crop area will cause an appreciable drop in putting gap tion Fund in bonds. This In speaking generally of thcity's e and another case where a disastrous
90-day
The Starke". auctions will: ] be price to the grower. year," Alvarez said. "It looks as .at the other end of his property.I swore in the new officials, including ] action' reduces the four cent expenditures, Mayor Jackson I blaze result d.I .

conducted by R. 'B. Alvarez, with in this if this is' the'iyear that the auc Commissioner, Jessie R. Chas Mayor W T. Jackson, City per suggested that i I
Pecan producers area interest the city is on the appreciable
the state market organization, tion method of selling wijl payoff tain asked the Board! to consider I I Clerk Carl Johns, Police Chief W. paying savings could be effected the alternative being a sewer tax of
expected to hit the jackpotthis appreciably.At I by
and Ralph Nettles, manager of are because there is such keen building a new road to the E. Thornton and Councilmen Ruby principal City with the wholesale $1.50 per month.
Market.M. year with a shortage of nuts Patch Pump-I Johns and I. E. Clark, in the presence this time, the Council was purchasegrease Get
the Brooker Farmers competition on the part of buy kin on Sante Fe of and oils for the Legion To Sewer

R. Judd, manager'of the Starke.. in Georgia, and ,Alabama and a ers." After discussion,' it was decided of several guests. informed that all monies spent by I equipment instead of buying city' On the subject of electric con-

market is currently on a "stand- bumper crop in this vicinity. Nettles said that growers can. that there were no funds availablefor I LewIs Renamed Chairman the city in its utility construction piecemeal. sumption, the Clerk told the body

by" basis until next spring and Prices ,.are expected to be the get the latest information on the the project I I James A. Lewis, chairman of program must first be cleared, Councilman Ruby Johns that bills this month were the

will not participate in the pecan but in' years and production in market at all times by telephoning The Commissioners agreed to the previous Council, was first through Reynolds, Smith & Hills I f Clerk John3 if the tentative asked budget highest ever sent out, and he

sales this season. this area may run close to 400,000 319 in Starke, or 2511 Brooker. open a couple of ditches in the!named temporary chairman, and engineering consultants, which now under looks for a new record to be set.

district of Commissioner E. L. then later was re-elected to thepost firm then approves them with the I. Council included study by the I I In other actions, the Council:

Crawford. \ for another year. interests of the bond investors in under revenue Agreed to run a 500 foot sewer
I Hall B. any amount for
Mrs. Acclaimed By P. W. 'mind. parking meter
After talking about the prgbjlem George Flynn, whose term abond income. The Clerk told her that line through the American Legion

of the drainage ditch west of trustee had expired, was reappointed -I Vacant Lot Problem it did not, but that it should property which fronts on Temple

Selected by the Starke Business bering all houses in connectionwith i Lawtey the Board instructed d without dissenting vote. The old question a3 to who la considered, as it amounts to about be Avenue.

& Professional Woman's, Club as obtaining home mail deliveryin Road Foreman R. E. Jones to Other bond trustees are Titus Olson responsible for keeping city lots $8,000 per Replied to a request that a

"Woman of the Week," Mrs. Ed- Starke. She was appointed to contact Dave Paulk and find out and R. F.Demorest mowed, so as to minimize the year. street in Reno be opened, that it

ward A. Hall, executive secretary this committee for four years. what the cost would be for Paulkto Clerk Carl Johns read an ap danger to adjacent homes frombrush Clerk Budget Discussed would be done if a survey and

Bradford County Chapter American I. Mrs. Hall has been active in clean 'out the Bailey Ditch,' plication for the job of city attor blazes, was aired again. It Johns then got into the legal description of the property
subject of the '
Red Cross was guest of PTA work since 1950, having served located in back of Claude Rowe'aplace. ney from the incumbent, A. J. was stated that in such cases, the informed new budget and was obtained, the land deeded,
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honor at a dinner given by the as finance chairman, acting Thomas Jr., and the council re- property owner of an overgrownlot the Council that the(and! right of way cleared.

club Thursday night of last week secretary, and chairman of the The ever-recurring problem of(appointed him. is notified, and given a defin City has expended a considerable i I I Asked Mayor Jackson to contact

at 301 Restaurant by-laws committee. She is secretary the drainage well at Sampson After all appointments wereade. ite time in which to correct the amount of money in both time!' local ministers to see if one

r This .event.climaxed local ,observance of, the. Bradford County Lake-came in for its share of J&I the first order of business'was i'{condition._ It this is not done, and) materials' on sewer projectsjwttrfi i would open each. Council meeting

of National Business Emergency Fund formed in 1953 tention, when Jones reported to the suggestion by Chairman I then the city does the work and are part 'of' flit! Utility:with proper *

Women's Week, Sept. 2 -30.. I t to assist those in need in cases the Board :-hat the well is actingup Lewis' that the responsibility ofoperation fthe| cost is assessed against the when Construction this Program, and that t I I Referred the matter of boys

The club president Mrs. J, D. x where there is not an organizationset again. and maintenance of the property. money is repaid the!I'stealing pecans, brought up by

Doyle, presented *an" award of up to take care of the situ Jones said that the well is city's parks be handled by a special Clerk Johns told the Council city to aid, there in will be about $20,000 'Councilman Lawson, to the police

achievement to Mrs. Hall for her 1,. ,;, tion. washing up some material, and committee During a discussion that the City will advertise this The Clerk balancing told the budget. I department

many activities during the past During the war years Mrs. Hall not draining through the pipe, it was brought out that the week for bids for the construction so far the the Council that Granted permission for another

year. WOMANOF did volunteer Red Cross work in and that he thought he, could fix City Code places the parks under of a lift station, as part of the I public to reaction of the taxicab to be added to the present -

In her capacity of executive I, THE, WFJEK the Honolulu chapter, making surgical it. the Sanitary Committee, but i it 11 sewage system which will supply |cash discount the rescinding of the I fleet operating in the city.

secretary to the county Red Cross dressings and other supplies.In The Board told him to go ahead I, was agreed that the city attorney the new hospital. I electric formerly allowedon I Approved a sewer line for W. J.

chapter, Mrs. Hall carries on all First Baptist Church and is program 1951 she was the volunteer but to use caution. should set up a special enacting He also advised the Council good. He bills, has been very I Dodd at Westmoreland and Cypress -

contact work between the armed chairman of the Ethel staff ordinance to the said that the people: Streets, with the condition
Biggs worker < for the Bradford. As a concluding action, the i cover transferto that bids will be opened Fridayat he talked '
forces and the families of service Circle and vice president of the chapter and was appointed executive Board raised the charge it makes I another committee, 5 p.m. for the electrical work.'I was the lesser to had agreed that it': I'that it be tied in to serve L. A.

men, and veterans and their fam L.L.L, Sunday School Class. secretary in June 1952. for city use of the county grader Will Invest Cash of two evils the'Davis, also.

ilies. Her office is open three AS a member of the Bradford Mrs. Hall is former from Clerk
a memberof $6.50 to $7.50 per hour. Johns reported that at

hours a day, three days a week, County Children's Committee, the Honolulu BPW Club, the the present time the City has a BHS PKY

but she is on call 24 hours a day, Mrs. Hall has been secretary- Honolulu Garden Club, and U I :large reserve amount if cash on Plays Friday;

seven days a week Emergencies, treasurer for four years. She is Honolulu Outdoor Circle, a civ Negro ChargedVith I,hand, due to the sale of revenue I
both real and fancied, are taken also a member of the beautification I t
Starke Zon- group. bonds, to the extent of about $58-

care of at all hours. I ing Board and assisted in the In presenting the award, Mrs. Entering I I 000 in the Paving Fund, and about Toppled By Palatka 12 6
Mr. and Mrs. Hall ,
have lived in
writing of new zoning ordinancesand Doyle said that it was given to ,$518,000 in the New Construction -

Starke since 1948 and their youngest -,I! the preparation of new city Mrs. Hall "in commendation of Herlong Home 'Fund, and that these amounts I -

Robert, 11, Is still at home maps. She is a member of the her outstanding success in the .could be at least partially invest Coach Lennard Register has I

Two older children are married I Board of Adjustment which recently field of business and professions,)!I Tell-tale fingerprints left by an 'ed to earn interest; until needed. I had his Tornadoes working this a
and live on the West [intruder, resulted in the arrest of
Coast. renamed many city streets and for her individual contribution '1 i The Council agreed with the week on offense in preparationfor

Mrs. Hall is a member of the,and worked out a plan for num-I,I to the women in our community." I.Arthur Wilson. Starke negro, by idea, and instructed Johns to in-I tonight's game with P. K.
Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown. .
-- last .
-- -- vest the $58,000 in three-year Yonge Blue. Wave in Gainesville.The Two ,
Hardy Brothers Thursday.The .
Supervisors Enjoy Fish Fry j ernment bonds, and also to invest I Bradford squad will try to

Are Low BiddersOn fingerprints were left on a about $200,000 of the Construc-j gland in the win column again to-
glass door in the vacant home 'of
I|night after suffering a 13-6 loss
City Truck Dr. M. B. Herlong, where it is BHS
to conefrence rival Palatka last
j alleged Wilson forced I
an entrance
Hardy Brothers Motor Companywas I'some time in June. He is in the 'Council To Hold Saturday night. is
Another
close game predictedfor
awarded the contract for county ail, held without bail, on
furnishing the city with a new a charge of breaking and entering. Budget Meeting tonight's encounter, with both QuarterBacks -
teams about equal in size, although -
garbage truck at bid t. e } p
a
price of When Brown discovered the
.
tJi f 4 PKY has a slightly heavier!
$1,971.67, lowest of the three fingerprint, he turned it over to Tuesday NightAn I to''
line. Blue Wave's record
The
bids
opened at the Council Meeting R P. McLendon, identification T'
I date is on the erratic side, including -
Tuesday night. officer at the State Prison, who ,
important I a 14-0 win over Brooks-,
Next meeting of the
nearest quotation }
was upon checking told Brown that "ter
made by Andrews Co. for I City Council will be held next ville and a 31-0 loss to Seabreeze. -
$2,039.- the print was that of Wilson. I
92; a factor on this bid was that Brown went to arrest Wilson Tuesday night, Oct. 11, starting!!The Seabreeze trouncing does not Are ,
at 7.30 for (indicate P. K. Yonge weakness,
larger tires than p.m. the. purpose of
specified of- ]
were last
week and noticed the man I
fered in the quotation. I in back considering and adopting a new I however, since the Daytona team
slip of the house
Libby Sales & Service also entered I tarily. momen- city budget Clerk Carl Johns announced got all the breaks in running up Seniors

a bid of 254262. % I this.veek. their one-sided score.
Upon questioning by both Brown
Bids were I } The Council was given a tentative Scores On Long Run
made
on both six and
and McLendon !
I on Monday night, j
eight cylinder trucks, but the Council Wilson told the officers that he budget last week by Johns In Saturday's game Tornado

decided on the latter. ,I had thrown a revolver when for study and review. It was quarterback Glenn Reddish
away prepared by the city's auditor brought a near-capacity crowd

i he saw Brown coming for him. ,George W. Dandelake, of Jackson-j I to its feet when he took a kickoff
Scout Fund Drive 'The a .38 I
gun police special, was I
'i yule, and it showed a tentative[and raced 76 yards_for Bradford'sonly
found lying in the in the
Now Under Way f grass deficit of about $19,000. score. Reddish's run came
i rear of the house. It belonged to.
Johns said that the budget will right on the heels of Palatka'sfirst
: Pictured at the annual Soil Conservation Supervisors fish fry herei ,,a brother of Dr. Herlong.
T. II. Connell chairman of the have to be balanced before a tax touchdown and gave the fans tiUS KOPELOUSOS (left
annual i Tuesday night are (seated, left to right) Lloyd Green, treasurer Sam Brown said on Wednesday that ) plays offensive quarterback and defensive
Boy Scout fund drive, announces -! ; :rate can be established, and that i and players new hope. end
that contributions from McGaney, vice chairman; F, S. Smith, chairman; J. B. White mem- (questioning of Wilson is continu-;I jthe i time for issuance Of tax billsis Jack Rush, Palatka ace, lived 150 on the 1955 Tornado squad. He is a senior and weighs

those interested in Scouting who) her (standing, 1 to r) Bill Haas and Leon Starling, soil consenation- mg. short. Jup' to advance, billing. and also pounds.
The ,
are not seen by a fund drive;, i.tsj Zedra Hamilton, member, and G. T. Iluggins, secretary. The Jin Herlongs were vacationing i I ran over the- extra point after theMaroon's GLENN REDDISH 138-pound senior
worker : North Carolina at the time of quarterback scored Brad.
leave
may contributions| ladies joined the men for this enjoyable event which was held in the Rotarians first score. Bush scored ford's lone touchdown
the incident. I j Enjoy against Palatka last Saturday '
at the Bradford ( night on a 76-
County Telegraph. Methodist recreation ji first in the third quarter from 12
Last year Starke contributed I building. i Hearing Boys Choir yards out when he knifed inside yard kickoff return.

around $350 to the Scout fund, Error In Heading From PalatkaAn his own left tackle and then went and Wick I Removal Of Discount
ripped through the
and Connell hopes to better this New Cancer Closet Children's Committee !I over right tackle for the extra Tornado line. I Slows Bill Paying
mark this .
C. Ritch year.H. Ready For Service To Meet [Is Corrected outstanding musical pro- point. Palatka's second touchdown Statistics For
is the only workerto Monday I Ii gram, presented by the Palatka came in the fourth period BHS PUS Electricity
report so far and has turnedin I In last week's issue of the Tele-Youth when Bush again went up the
Anyone with a member of his I The Bradford J1 i Choir was enjoyed by Yds. from scrimmage 76 202!i Payment of
$70 from the block in which !i County Children'sI j I graph an error was made in the i Starke Rotarians at their middle of the BHS line for a 25- l electric bills is lagging -
Wednes-
his store is located. or her family suffering with can I I Committee will hold its luncheon- heading over a news item con-!day luncheon yard scoring run. Quarterback 1st downs 7 11 I City Clerk Carl Johns said
cer and in need of dress- meeting. The choir Passes 6
pads, attempted 4
meeting at the
Methodist Recreation I cerning Mrs. Freeman Starling of j of 32 young boys is Hudgins attempted a pass for the I this week, and he stated that
ings and hospital shirts is askedto Hall I sponsored by Passes completed 1 3
next
5,264 Licenses contact the local Cancer Closet, Monday noon. I Lawtey. Just a few papers were!I the Palatka Rotary Club and de- extra point, but failed. Yds. gained passing 7 17 I each Bills bill is due upon receipt
printed before become
the error was [ : delinquent on the
lighted their
sponsored by Beta Sigma Phi audience with a BUS Offense Weak j Punting 33 29'
Sold To Drivers orit). sor- Recent Birth caught and corrected and every I group of songs, including severalRotary The first half was strictly de- Individual average yardage (BHS) Elder 10th of the month, Johns said,
effort was made by the paper to favorites. and if payment is not .
made, electric
fensive for both sides, but Brad 35, Reddish, 6, Wooten 18
Airman 1-c and Mrs. recover those few that had already -
The DolphReddish The boys were accompanied on ford held a slight edge in statistics Ferguson 11 Kirkland, 6; (PHS) service will be cut off on the
County Judge's office here Elementary PTAThe been printed before the -
Issued a total of West Palm Beach are correction made. the trip here by their director. Bill during the first two periods. The Bush 103, Morris 60, Cheshire 4, 15th. If this happens, a paymentof
5.264 dirvers was
Of the parents*of a son born Saturday Turnbull, and B. J. Breland chair- Tornadoes couldn't muster enough Wigg 35.Next j
licenses through the deadline Elementary PTA will meetTuesday i We regret the error that occurred man of the Palatka $1 will be necessary in order
Rotary choir
date. Sept 30. Of the total 4,300 night at 7:30 o'clock in!I I Oct. 1at the Palm Beach in the writing of this committee. offense to score after reachingPalatka's week the Tornadoes take'to have the service, re-connected.
the Air Force Hospital. 11 yard line in the first ja jest with no scheduled."
were cafetorium. I Grandpar- headline game
regular operators' licenses, I and wish to to
apologize After their The
the city recently rescinded the
program
eats youngmusicians quarter, but their defensive
are Sheriff playing
and They out
Mrs. of
95 restricted P. D. play town on Oct.
operators', S65 chaf- There will be a panel discussion I Starling for any embarrass'fiment [ were served buffet
a 10 .
Reddish and was good. Palatka couldn'tget per cent discount formerly allowed
21 and 28
feurs', and 13 duplicates. [ Fire. Chief and Mrs that might have been finally returning to
during the program. I D.v.. Carpenter of Starke. i by the incident caused [Mrs.luncheon A. Y.by Mrs- T. H. Slade and its offense going until the home territory on Nov. 4 against:! on light bills paid by the

Covington. second half when Bush, Morris, Seabreeze '110th of each month.Yoge .



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state the place of residence and Ynu ar" h.rby notified that a PAGE TWO FRIDAY OCTOBER 7, 1933
and postoffice address of the claim- suit for divorce
editorialBe ant and must be sworn to by the has been filed against you In the J
farmer's DiaryBy claimant, his agent, or his attorney above named Court and causa and Clerk of the Circuit Court your answer or pleading to the
or it will become void according to you are required to serve a copy of By Yvonne H. Norman. Dep. Clerk9M complaint on the Plaintiff Attorney ,
law. your an uer or pleading to tha 4t 10,H H. E. Xschols 309 Guaranty Life i
Sam McGarvey September 20, 1955.s complaint on the Plaintiff Building. Jacksonville Florida. l
( ) Louise H. Kite, Attorney T. Frank Landrum, NOTICE TOPPE.R and file the original in the office ,
1 Starke, Florida. IB Circuit Court Bradford Coumtf, of the Clerk, of the Circuit Court on {
as administratrix of the Estateof .
Courteous Friendly with down its back. J. R. Kite, deceased. Florida> I. Caaarery.Robert or before the 17 day of October.
a black stripe and file the original In the office Harry Campbell Plaintiff. 1955; otherwise the allegation of
About four years ago, a fellow First publication: September 23, of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on '-1'. tVrnice: Ann Campbell, Defendant said Complaint will be taken as
1955. 9/21 4t 10/14 or hefnr th.
killed another one like it near -_ 24 day of October 1955; confessed by you. I
And Dare To Be Different Case No. 101H7Xetl..e This notice shall be publishedonce
otherwise the
allegations of said
there, so we presume that we are NOTICE TO APPEABIB To .AppearTo each week for four consecutive
Cirralt c..rt. Bradford CoBBtr, Complaint will be taken as con-
in the business of raising white fessed by : Bernice Ann Campbell whose weeks in the Bradford County Tele
Plaridai I. Cbaaeery.Grady 1Ou.
residence and address Is: 1500 West I
'of another winter seasonwe graph. ,
With 'the approach Hicks Plaintiff vs. Margaret
skunks now. This notice shall be published .
11th Street
are reminded that the tourist industry is be- Allen Hicks, Defendant.Case 19-121S once each week for four consecutive are hereby miles notified Michigan.You that a suit 1955Official Dated. this 14 day of September,
No. weeks in the Bradford County Tele- t
to the Settee T. AppearTo for divorce ( Seal) Charles A. Darby
economyof When with graph.
and important fussing Jupe, the
coming more more : Margaret Allen Hicks, whose has been filed against you in the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Starke. Not that we have the glamorous attractions irrigation engine, the other night, residence and address is: Unknown. (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 21 day) Charles of Sept A. Darby 1955 above named Court and cause and By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk .
you are required to serve a of
here that stop tourists and induce themto we were just about eaten alive, copy 9,16 4t 10:T f fI

with but the "over- Well, at last we got our steer by mosquitos. Now if that hap- I
entire season us,
spend an Slugger, butchered by Felix Sullivan pened to us in 'Jersey, where we '
night" tourist trade is a great boon to Starke.and and it sure is a relief not to came from we wouldn't have iJJl J{ATtALLITHECBE1WAELFJIAG$ !

Bradford County. Probably no town of its size ,have to feed him any more. That thought anything, of it, for they

in the entire southeast has more modern tourist i big scoundrel just about kept us are fierce up there, but here in ... ... -,.

courts, restaurants. and service stations than weary from lugging stuff for him Bradford County we have seen
CH rS-collECTE
Starke. The tourist dollars that go to these to eat, as we had him shut up in but few of .them.. VR C !
the barnyard. We don't know .
remain there long they circulate _
places do not yet what he dressed out to, but Alice just came from the field -
channels of trade and eventually \ J the n15 em...MmiHEW
through the when Felix looked at him he esti- with some pepper and sweet pota- --
reach the cash registers of every business in town. ,mated that he would go about 500 toes for our dinner the first

For every this reason business it is man more private and more citizen importantthat police Ibs.i plantings things we've in quite gotten a while.from And our :::::: ::::: 1

realize the potentialitywe We shut that rascal up about every little bit helps. .
officer, and city official f
four months that *
ago, and since
in this ever-growing tourist trade, and
have DAYTONA BEACH FU. t
time have been the The birds
we pouring mocking are singing u 0' f b
effort to make 'em glad they came and G t ,' rAYETTEYILLE, N.C. f fI
make >
every feed to him dry corn, sweet again, and it is delightful to hear
want to come back again next year. and field corn, corn stalks, peanut them. We are very fond of music, I COLUMBIA S.C.
In this connection we are reprinting below a vines, and cottonseed meal. He man-made, but it is hard to YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO

recent piece by Russell Kay, author of the Florida- had a lot of good feed, and now beat the singing of our friendsthe 3t ;<> ATIANTA. GEORGIA
syndicated column "Too Late To Classify." Mr. that it is our turn, we hope that mocking birds. I 3 ": :' ra?: : + yM JERSEY CITY, N.J.
should be we will have a lot of good beef. I- V CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
words of wisdom that
Kay speaks He should be mighty fine eating! Alice planted green and wax "" I PITTSBURGH PA.
taken to heart by every man, woman, and child .. : "
beans
beets, spinach, and radishes : TORONTO, CANADA
who comes into contact with a tourist is our Met A. A. Edwards of the San- this week. She knows it is i BELMAK.NJ. .

community. Says he: ta Fe Stock Farm this week, and late to plant beans, but she fig- I ...4.:;:.:>,:. \ CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA
It is suurprising how Tittle unusual things impress he tells us that he has built over ures it is worth the gamble. : ] BALTIMORE, MD.WINSTONSALEM .

a tourist. On my recent Western trip I 200 gates, some of them 17 feet ;:; N.C.
wide, and that not one of them Leo, the "a j
stopped at numerous motels, cafes asd restaurantsas rascal is feeling ::iy FLOYD,VA.
sags. Edwards says the secretis lot better since we gave him the GRAND FORKS, N.D.
hotels.A .
number of big city
well as a to have a good gate post, having treatments for heart-worms. This i MINOT, N.D.IYNCHBUSG .
number of these places stand out pleasantlyin it deep, and properly braced. week, when Alice was milking VA.

my memory. It occurred to me that hundredsof Our record on gates is not so he got in the garbage pail and CANFIELD, O.

Florida folks who operate motels, hotels, good. We have built about five, found a bone.and had it up on a > 'ri'' MILWAUKEE, WIS

restaurants or filling stations might be interested and everyone of them is touchingthe bed when Alice caught him. He's >. CINCINNATI, 0.

in my impressions gained on a 6,000 mile trip ground. in disgrace now.* < FLAT ROCK, MICH.JEFFERSONVIUE .

through the West. Alice set out some Missionary Nellie Belle, our ancient but INt).

Some towns I remember vividly, others I can't berry plants this week, and as honorable station wagon, just DARLINGTON, S.C.

even recall. Some places I want to visit again, they were, in our over-grown nur- about quit running this week, HAMMOND, IND.

others have no appeal whatsoever.. I have been sery patch in the garden, we are and mechanics said the troublewas DETROIT, MICH.
and not not too hopeful of them doingtoo with the oil pump or oil Great Features back up Chevrolet Performance: Anti-Dive Braking-Ball-Race Steering-Out-
did I like one place The safer wins
asking myself "Why car .
well. When we look in the screen. But Sam, who knows Nel- 'rigger Rear Springs-Body by Fisher-12-Volt Electrical System-Nine Engine-Drive Choices.
would I like to return here '
another? "Why I
patch, we see a lot of runner lie better, diagnosed it as noth- and Chevrolet'sthe
and not there?" The answer to these questions plants, but they have been so ing but an old fashioned gall translate these victories into the winning carNOW'S

might prove helpful to my Florida friends who choked with weeds that they have bladder attack, for without doing your kind of driving. You've got to

are concerned with caring for tourists and visitors not taken root very well. We'll anything to the old gal, she recovered have faster acceleration to win
from other sections.I set out what we can then go out and is now running fine. Every checkered flag signals a on i
the tracks. And that means safer
and buy some. When
think that courtesy, a smile, and a little per-, Bellie, a she car needs gets a as lot old of as understanding Nellie- Chevrolet victory!. in official 1955 stock car passing on the highways. 'You've

sonal attention was as much appreciated as any- One good thing, though Is that and mighty little, tamp- got to halve better springing and
only against its own field
thing Some: motels seemed to have a frigid air we were able to turn the irriga ering. competition-not suspension. For you: safer and happier -

about them. Clerks, while not necessarily rude, tion on the berries we set out, !. The Co..,,, Jvdge'a but against many American and foreignhighpriced motoring. You've got to have THE TIME TO BUY!
and that should Comrt. I.
were plainly not interested in me. Did they havea help them to aid Fr Bradford Coumtr, FUrlda. big, fast-acting brakes and easy,
take hold. Had a little trouble IB Probate.IN acLOW PRICES-BIG DEALS!
vacancy? Yes. (Could I see the room.. Yes. getting the afterit RE: The Estate of: cars, too! curate steering. More things that
engine running,
What was the rate? $8 single. $12 double. I had being idle all summer but now J.Deceased.R. KITE, make your driving safer! Come in ENJOY A NfW
r"t01ET
the feeling that I was imposing on the establish- it ia banging along in fine style NOTICE TO CREDITOR and drive! a Chevrolet yourself.

ment. There was not the slightest indication that and putting out the water. R.All Kite creditors, deceased of, the are hereby estate of noti-J.
Where did I fied and required to file any claims
patronage was appreciated. park
my\ or demands
which they have
may
my car? Over there. Was there any ice? Down Although it seems as if we've against said estate in the office of TORODE CHEVROLET CO.PHONE
had a fair amount of rain lately, the County Judge ot Bradford
the corridor. A $20 bill. Is that the smallest you've County, Florida, in the Courthouse .
the soil is rather dry, at least ,on at Starke, Florida,
within
? Don't forget to l leave key at the desk. eight
got
your The calendar months of the date 111
top. sun has been hot of the CALL AND COURT
very STARKE FLA.
Contrast this with a motel we stopped at the the last few days, and that really first claim publication must be in of writing this notice.and Each must STREETS. I

following night. Tired and hungry we arrived burns up what moisture there Is. -

about sundown. A motherly soul greeted us .

cordially and said, "My goodness, you folks look One evening this week, when

worn out; it is hard traveling this hot weather.I Alice was out hunting a heifer EJ..11I
which she was afraid was down makes
WhyTHEBIG
just made some lemonade and am sure you would
somewhere, she came
upon a pole-
"
like to have a glass. Yes, she had a nice room cat very busy digging in the earth.

for us. The rate was the same we had paid the And it was an unusual one, at

previous night, $12. It was not as well furnished, least for us, as it was all white, I;".

or modern, but is was comfortable.
the for 1956
When we said we would take it the little lady big news

beamed. She called to Henry to help us in with

our bags and bustled off to get us some ice and ,

an electric fan. We hadn't ,had an opportunityto
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ask for either. Then he volunteered the information
$ : ..
A .: .r.
that there was a nice place to eat just SOUR SOIL OUR STRENGTH 5: <' :;: ., .;. l\ ,,
about a half mile down the road it case we hadn't I. a.x ice

had supper. We were informed that there wasa Soil Conservation ,

telephone booth in the office if we wanted to

make any calls, and we could help ourselves to NEWSBy ftai

any of the magazines if we wanted something to Bill Haas

read. When we got back from supper our hostess Soil ConservationistThe

invited us into the lounge to watch television, .

apologizing for not having sets in the rooms. We w _
,
found postcards picturing the motel on our dres- States President of the United {
proclaims the week be-
ser. Mama addressed several to mail to friends. ginning October 9, 1955 as Fire :

The lady saw them in her hand as we were pre- Prevention Week. "

paring to leave the next morning. "Just let me The President is asking the

have them," she saId "I'll stamp and mail them citizens of all communities in the

for you." I offered to pay her for the stamps land to organize effective pro

but she refused payment explaining that we were grams for reducing the, needless .__..

doing her a favor in helping to advertise her waste caused by preventable fires. $ -

place. Did we like the place? Of course we did. son Secretary asked the of Agriculture Ben- .

Will we recommend it to friends? You know we fire prevention farm and people protection to use k .J .." .m..,OI'iE.vIA.V' '''i .......... ;, ito-._,.J .", dr..,"",H....,... ,_',L..A_' ..........,. v, .&;<;v",," :*
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will.At measures in their homes and NEW DISTINCTIVE FLO-TONE COLOR STYLING plus pleasing two- of ten Safety-Engineered features for your greater safety and QIoo

a hotel in San Francisco we ordered melon buildings, on their farms and tones and solids for every taste! Greatest horsepower in Mercury's security! New improvements in famous Merc-O-Matic Drive and
woodlands, and in
for breakfast and were surprised when it was organization.Farm community history-with a new high in usable power! A brand-new group ball-joint front suspension. New wider-than-ever choice of models!
served with of lemon
a quarter wrapped in cheese- r
cloth. "Boy I Fires Cost 1157 millionin _
said "they sure are sanitary H 4t
around here," and started to remove the gauze. 1954. r'
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The waitress said, "Oh don't remove that. Just Herb Prescott used the Dis- rt: ;. j.
H
squeeze it, the cheesecloth keeps the seeds from trict's chopper to chop his fieldsso "' ,....; ;1\J. : ..,'t.. if" .. -.",N- '
falling melon. That that he could do a better job m
on your was a new one on : v. >'
me so we REMEMBER the St. Francis. of getting his ground turned. E- ;"'
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N .... i28
We stopped at a famous place at Palo Alto. Arthur McRae made a requestfor Jf": i :"

They tied large bibs on us and served superb ribs a soil conservation farm plan. !t." J : :
with His land lines have been locatedon
dripping rich barbecue sauce. With them
aerial photographs a ) NEW RICHNESS AND LUXURY-THE BIG M is a car that males DISTINCTIVE NEW GRILLE-From blocks away
they brought us a bowl of water and a wash cloth for a soil survey s and has a been request _..L.- (/ ; you thistle t"ice-once outside, once inside. The colors, you can tell it's a Mercury. With the new

with instructions to "pick 'em up in your fingersand made.A. .. fabrics, and patterns rival the finest custom-built cars for BIG M crest and newly designed bumper-

.- enjoy yourself; you can wash your face when C. Ellis who is farming in ,'a a dramatic impact. They are exclusively Mercury's[ grille, there is no mistaking this beauty.
you're through." We will never forget Palo Alto. the Rising settlement also madea

So, I say, be courteous, be friendly, be DIFFERENT request for a soil and water r -SS "%&**w*
&r ,
and you will stay in business and. conservation farm plan.H. 'I!
prosper. E. VanArsdall, Agronomistwith
the Soil Conservation Service -

spent some time with Mr. : i 11, ;

ITS UP TO US: Consciously or unconsciously. Ellis helping him with the job t I
of
putting cow
up pea silage.
we choose. We can try or we can loaf; we can 4

persevere or we can quit; we can think or we can James Rosier used the District t IJ.NEW

moon; we can trust or we can' fear;.we can wear Bahia cultipacker to for plant Pensacola MS-AND JIO-HORSEPOWER SAFETY-SURGE V-B ENGINES-Not just NEW MERCURY SAFETY-ENGINEERED fEATURES12 STUNNING MODELS, NEW FLEET OF HARDTOPS. Now
grass
chains or we can be free. Not by luck, but by ture. permanent pas- higher horsepower, but a new high in torque and surging power. Mercury leads its field with ten new features Mercury's distinctive low-silhoueue styling is available

choice, we win or lose. Weekly Unity. 225 horsepower available in Montclairs and Montereys with 9 to 1 including impact-absorbing safety steering in every price range in the Mercury line. New low-

................_, ..................OM_. -1"'.,.......".."., ".........:!,.".... .III._...... "" ""41 ford S. R.used Marco and Lonnie Craw- compression. 210 horsepower in Customs. A new 12-volt electrical wheel, safety door locks, and optional safety silhouette hardtops in every series-only 58H inches
-" the District rotocych system provides hotter ignition for quick, easy starting. seat belts and a padded instrument panel high. See THE BIG si in our showroom-Now!
THE BRADFORD COUNTY: TELEGRAPH mower to mow their pastures.

E. L MATTHEWS EST.OWNER 1879 AND EDITORIt J. B. White-made soybean hay
last week. J. B. stated that he MERCURY

FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY. NEWSPAPER beans made, some even good if he hay did out have of some the For 1956the big move is! to THE BIG

PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY
rain on it.

UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD. Paul Faulkner-used the District's
McGRIFF MERCURY MOTORS
SUBSCRIPTION RATES fertilizer spreader to fertilize -
ONE YEAR 3.00 SIX MONTHS 1.75 his Pensacola Bahia pas-
PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTEHFJD AS SECOND CLASS tures. Paul is
going to
pla."ltclover
MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER Court & Jefferson Sts. Phone 447 Starke Fla.
THE ACT OF MARCH 3. 1879. in the lower areas of his ,
11IIiI11llt1lillllr.3.! rslrosssar""J'I.mrIrnIIIJI'II'! !! .JI-:7"'U'!: ''''''''' "" pasture J for winter grazing.


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bergh, Lawrence LaMee, and Don Heights Community Church Ceme-\
YTTTTTTTTT1TTTTTTTTTTT Pangborn. tery under the direction of S. A'I\
Burial was in the Keystone Kyle of Jacksonville. 1
Keystone HeightsBy _-1|Ybu7J long remember this October. every day a value day during... ' wvvv0vvvvarvv vvvv 4 W we

Mary Kay Schaeffer

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Keystone Heights P T A .tr
Opens Season With Supper
Tuesday night Sept. 27. the r S irladt i
Keystone Heights PTA startedthe t
year off right with a picnic-

supper.A large. number of people were !;!i -a---- flsssrflpsss=nflflflpssflprflsA&P
Sliced HawaiianPINEAPPLE
in attendance, and while the ladies

prepared cafeteria. the Some supper folks in the in-,

spected the new school-rooms, PICTURED ABOVE at Keystone of a son on Sept. 28 at Baptist 1 i t
while others joined in an old-. Heights PTA supper last week Hospital in Pensacola..Mrs.: Owens I
fashioned song-fest, led by Fred are (left to right) Mrs. Hubert was the former Barbara Christof-
Dodd, with son John Dodd at RidaubtIrs.. Gay Livingston fers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
the piano. Mrs. Carl Carnes, Mrs. Gene Williams Bert Christoffers, who are burst-
After what was unanimously and Mrs. A. E. Anthony. ing with pride over their first 29-oz Con
declared a delicious supper, the grandson.Mr. ,, 30CI'
business meeting was held, con- many hands make light work. and Mrs. C. G. Denny and Il
ducted by the new president, Mrs. Each member is requested to come three children have been vacation-I
Voyle Manowm equipped with a bucket and mop. ing at Daytona Beach. 's5s--I _
The First Baptist Church Women .IWI I' I
The invocation was given byairs. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sullivan were
Fred Dodd. Hubert Ridaught Monday night, Sept. 26, at the in Daytona: Beach last weekend.Mr. .
of the WMU had a State meeting I
and Mrs. Charles Smith
gave an account of the PTA.
Ann Macaroni
Church. Mrs. Helen Oglesby REMOVES SAND Page or
Institute he attended last springat pre- have moved into their beautiful ,
FSU. Room count was won by sided. The various ladies of the new home on the corner of Peach v.kI, a / AS YOU WASH % PJcgs
Mrs. Gornto's room. The budgetwas parish took part on the program.Mrs. St. and Lakeview Drive. I ; SPAGHETTISultana 18-0 19C
NO MORE LINT
discussed, and the year's Irma Altman and Mrs. Ade- Miss Ann Vance and her friend, ; ; Silt
line Harger rendered vocal solos. OR SOAP SCUM .
project will be decided later. T- Miss Joanne Sipos, both of the ; PROS.IEMS
shirts with the Keystone emblemare The Junior Choir also sang some University of Florida, spent the I CLEANS AND
available at the Keystone Department numbers.Mr. weekend with Miss Vance's mother >:: FILTERS THE WASH \ Light Meat
Store, and Mrs. A. E. and Mrs. B. E. Price of Mrs. Aughtry Vance. .
::1' '
Anthony also has some for sale. Bronson spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hetherington WATER 5 TIMES 6-oz Cans 39CCampbell's
Date for the. Annual Halloween Mr. Brice's mother and stepfather and children recently returned ft .f .S DURING THE FUll I TUNA FLAKES

Carnival was set for Oct. 28. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Loudon. from their vacation which they ;<\; ri1.J, WASHING CYCLE ; ,
Mrs. Emily Moody is spendingtwo spent in Avon Park with their respective Ynr
The fact that Mrs. Jones' green
weeks the home her the
"black"-boards in the new addi- at of parents W. M. Heth-
son and daughter-In-law, Mr. and eringtons and the J.. Paul Gar-
tion' cannot be erased
was men-
tioned. It is almost Mrs. Chester Moody, and familyon ters. : / .ozCans
impossibleto cr> OVER MOlE CLOTHES -
Brookl.'JBay.. Hunter B. McEIrath TOMATO SOUP 310 3SC
use them-and also impossibleto ,: CAPACITY THAN
Dies At Home
teach effectively without them. Mrs. A. G. Loudon recently returned HereLast OTHER
MANY
This condition will be correctedat from a two-week stay in week, Keystone Heights 5 0 ht

building-mpection time. Vidalia, Ga., where she was the mourned the death of Hunter B. WA.7'ON MODEL 7fJ WASHfti AUTOMATIC ', ....... ]!.- -
Mrs. Ray Chance reported 42 guest of her son and daughter- McEIrath, who died on Tuesday IONA

memberships evening. collected. during.the Mrs.in-law Loudon Mr. and assisted, Mrs. in Joe the Brice.car- home.evening He at had his been Lawrence in poor health Blvd. ,rrSEE /i (Plain Self-Rising) .2 Lb Bag $1.63
THE COMPLETE
for time. LINE OF FLOUR
Martha Livingston was on handto ing for a brand new baby, in the some F ;
He was a native
take pictures. Brice home. of Petersburg -
Two Hostesses EntertainAt Mrs. Ruth Shockey, who makes Va., and moved to Jack- 1956 6-E AUTOMATIC WASHERS ,
her home her sonville in 1938, where -. .
Bridge Party with daughter and he be- Sultana Whole IONA Yellow Cling
Mrs. William J. Siprelle, and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.. Oscar came a teacher in the Jackson- 27c
Mrs. Donald M. Christoffers were Rich left on Tuesday for Tampa I vill School of Technology. He retired > Green Beans 1-lb can 15c Sliced Peaches 29-oz can

joint hostesses at a bridge partyon to visit for a while with her sister and moved to Keystone /99f;
Thursday, Sept. 29, at the Mrs. Nancy Austin. Heights about four months ago. tiAs Sultana Short Grain A&P Fancy
home of the latter. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Humphriesand Surviving him are his wife, Mrs. 0 Fancy Rice 3-lb bag 35c Apple Sauce 2 Mb cans 25c
There were four tables of bridgein daughter, Patricia, of Starke, Amy T. McElrath; a son, HunterB.
the afternoon, and four tablesof were Sunday afternoon visitorsat McElrath Jr. (both Of Key- NUTLEY QUARTERS SUNSWEET
bridge in the evening. There the George Schaeffer's and the stone Heights); a daughter, Mrs. Margarine 2 1-1b ctns 35c Prune Juice qt bot 31cSupetRight
was also one table of Samba in Charles Smith's. W. H. Friend, Englewood, N. J.;
the evening. Miss Stella Jackson, of Detroit two brothers, William W., of o i-
i
Mrs. Al Nelson won high prizein Mich. arrived Sunday for a Roanoke, Va., and John J., of
the afternoon; Mrs. Ray Star- visit with her friend, Mrs. Pat Radford, Va.Funeral : Read Y-to-Eat (10 to 14 Ib Avg) Half or Whole
nes, second; and the consolation Fraher. Mrs. Fraher and Miss services were held in Plenty of Freezer Supplies
prize went to Mrs. Myron Prevatt. -!. Jackson left for a tour of South St. Anne's Episcopal Church, in COOKED HAMS.Lb 49C
I Florida on Monday. Keystone, of which parish he wasa -
In the evening, Mrs. E. C. Mr and Mrs. T. L Curtin and member. .
Weichel won first prize; Mrs. Bill Mrs. William A. Martin of Beards- The service was conducted by G. I L M'GRIFF
Beam, second; and Mrs. Henry town, m, are the guests of Mr. Rev. Fred Yerkes, and the following Super-Right Freshly GroundHAMBURGER
Hall received low prize. and Mrs. E. T. Martin. \ men served as pallbearers: I
Miss Gladys Tillis won high Rev. and Mrs. B. Lazelle Owensof John Kingrey, H. H. Sasnett, H. GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Lbs $4.00
prize for Samba. Pensacola announce the, birth .F. Farris, N. Watson Harden- I Cor. Call & Walnut Sts. STARKE, FLORIDA 3

Bobby Redfeam Host .

I At Friday Evening evening Party Sept. 30, Bobby

Redfeam, son of Mr. and Mrs. the 56F01D 1g'Y Allgood Sugar Cured, Sliced Breakfast

Huntley Redfearn, entertainedsome ., Mb Pkg
of his friends at a dance at ,-.. FANCY BACON 49C :
his home on Lakeview Drive.
Games, dancing, and refresh-
ments were enjoyed during the *
*
evening. Super-Right PURE Super-Right Heavy Western ,"-

Those who enjoyed the party Pork Sausage lb 29c Beef Boneless Stew lb. 59c
were Eric Redfearn Bobby Red-

learn Mary Jo Siprelle, Mike -- Super-Right PURE POKR (HEAT and EAT) Cap'n.John's French
Walrath,' Suzanne LaMee, Jerry 39c Fried Fish Sticks 10-oz pkg 3Sc '
Livingston Gary Chance, Aggie d t.wL Smokies 12-oz.pkg.
,Watson, Dickie Siprelle, Darlene John's
Campbell, Bobby Morgan Marian Armour's Star Canned SPICED f
Belts, Pat LaMee, Frances Reaves Luncheon Meat 3-lb can 99c Fresh Oysters pt 85cCap'n
and Linda Moody.St. F
William's Catholic Club, Super-Right SlicedBreakfast LARGE -w-q |

I which was scheduled to meet Oct. Bacon lb 55c Headless Shrimp lb 69c ;
12, will hold its next meeting
Oct. 19, instead. All members are ,.
urged to attend, as this meetingwill
bs another "project," and t N.w Fad,.IrIa...T ewe Sedan,one of. enFiirliae / GOLDEN FIRM .
models offered in the '56 Ford .
..
line.,All hue new Thunderbird itylmg. Jf-
iCREAM i\ ,

SPECIAL SALi Wlth nezo)202-h.p.)! Thunderbird Y8 RIPE BANANAS

:.. I
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t t And only Ford has H! Here's fun at the touch .
Lb 4 ftC
,, of your.toe. Here's power to level the hills. IHere's "
I '
instant response for instant passing. <
+ Here'i 202hp.* Thunderbird "go" delivered '.. ,% ? J
S '' smooth as silk, quiet as a lullaby by an
N t t ;4t: ';. extra-durable, deep-block Y-8 engine! Jonathan 'f

,r r .anubiMc t.Ferdtmatic Fairlaiu and Station WtlfU modtllWithjn .__ Apples SIb bag 43c m.. =.

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Tokay REAL :'::: .r:,. '.. .; .: -.
{ )
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:Thunderbird styling Red Grapes Ib 12c

_. -1/ VALUE &
., t And only Ford has HI! You'll see the dash: and Vine Ripened .. -
;<
dazzle of the Thunderbird in all 18 new Fords. r r each 19c
\ You'll thrill to the beauty of the long,low lines, Cantaloupes JANE PARKER
the exciting silhouette, the choice of refreshing, Long Green SPANISH BAR 29cCucumbers
new body colors and eiciting, new interiors. 2 for 15c

.k1fflL % JANE PARKER
r
Fancy Lemon Pie 8-inch size 39c
.J tkn.d:, Lfeguartlesignl! Sweet Potatoes lb 6c

ILTa JANE PARKER Plain
And only Ford has hi! Ford's lifeguard deep. U. S. No. 1White Cinnamon or

\ center steering whsel, lifeguard double-grip / ; Potatoes 10-lb bag 29c Sugared Donuts doz 19c
"
,! door latches, optional padding for control.. m
panel and sun visors and optional seat belts -
)I are all designed to give added protection < Detergent Argo

against accident injuries. ,, VEL large package 30c CORN STARCH Lib package 13c

f Detergent
4L large package 30c Shortening
14L FAB
CRISCO 3-lb can 83c
\f,.!fe

e &. SrIn Detergent TREND giant size 49c Armour's StarDEVILED I

HAM 3-oz can 17c i

'4 thrilling series. .in 18 brilliant new models ti Argo GLOSS STARCH 8-oz package 7c 1

9 $. Armour's Star !
AIL FLAVORS X.w Ford Cvttomllnt Tudor Sedan. Exciting to N.w Ford Parklan Station Wagsn. A handsome Nsyr Ford ttW tBp f9'1" BEEF STEW 1-lb can 35c
look at-a thrill to drive! 11 2-door beauty 2-door, six-passenger newcomer that's ultra to cf( ._ Prices in this ad effective through t
and its 4-door companion bring you Ford's fashionable Wide and out. It's one of Ford's 4! IC A t S I
new "low look" six Station Wagons for'56. aIUI or aatnCSl I Saturday, October 8 Armour's Star Ii i

The fine car at half the fine car prieeT.'SG: FORIi3335! su.len ... ..if ... tmnii IMM MMui POTTED MEAT 2 5'/1-ol cans 25c

_,r ., !
s { { { r My-T-Fine :
R, rrr / wD PUDDINGS 4-oz package 9c

k Andrews Motor tun YN.tO. m*>{ u. uu.a .
e f CompanyI.DISOX i
Root TI r ;
Open Until 9 P.M. Every Friday Night Cat Food '

+' anuetl h 1wkat 412 Call St. Starke Fla. PUSS :Kf BOOTS 2 1-lb cans 27c !
AM ADAMS\ STS. PHONE 118 STARKE, FLA. ,,
1EORDEH.DEALERSr ..
AT MOST,,,,, a .r+
: If You're Interested in an (A-1) USED Car be Sure to See Your Ford Dealer 1 -

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TELEGRAPH. STARKE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1955
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sass rssflSSS rrnfl_ S ssrrflsrSSS Baptists Observe Roberts-Bryan Junior Club Langen-Rimes Lewis Family I Baptist LLL Class


r Coronation And Votes $50 For I IIEmergency Holds ReunionIn I !installs OfficersThe

Recognition RitesThe Fund .: Georgia
I Baptist L.L.L. Sunday
I r School class met at home of
the
annual Coronation and The October of -
meeting the Jun- The annual reunion of the U.
Recognition Services of the First iior: Woman's Club was held in the B. Lewis family was held Sundayat Mrs. B. T. Thomas, Thursday evening -

Baptist Church were held Wednes- I club house Monday night with the I the old home place near Kings- I Sept. 28, with nine membersand

day evening Sept. 28. president Mrs. Doyle Conner, pre- (land, Ga. with 100 members of the I one visitor present.
Gladys Moot? t,1 I Mrs. M. F. Hazen
The program was sponsored by (I siding. I Ij I clan attending. presided during -
Plume 35 : I the business" session. -
The following
the Young Peopes} Director, Mrs. I j During 'the business meeting, j Officers were elected for another" I

66 I IIII I I I I I J. E. Hildebran, who gave the in- : F1 .{members voted to give $50 to the year as follows: president Bennie officers for the new year
were, installed Mrs. E. D.
by
-- troduction followed by the processional Emergency Relief Fund of Brad- Lewis, Hilliard; vice president, I
Tenly: president, Mrs.
Lonnie
of the various organizationsof ford! County. It was also decided Emerson Lewis, Kingsland, Ga.; I I

the Young People's Auxiliaries.The Wiat members would manage the 'j secretary-treasurer" :Margie Lewis, Daniels; vice president Mrs. M

Sunbeams gave their watch- (Country Store for the PTA Hallo-'I Savannah. Ga. I F. Hazen; secretary, Mrs. J. A

!Griffin, and treasurer, Mr.. J. H.
"CryPrayerSong"'and I Carnival. Miss Dolores MeI
word rally ween Members of the family attending 'i

each was presented with pro- I!Knight was appointed acting mem- the reunion from Starke were DuPre.

motion certificates by their director. bership chairman. I I ij Mr and Mrs. Harry Lewis, Mr.!I'I Mrs. Thomas the served refreshments -
I during social hour.
Mrs. Ovid Bennett, finance and Mrs.ilton Conner and:I I

The Royal Ambassadors each I chairman, announced plans for the 1. daughter, Yvonne, Mr. and :Mrs.

: ;:ave their advanced ranks and re- 1"Harvest Hop" to be held in the Emery Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mr. and Mrs. Thomas

;t ceived special pins of merit pre- ;USO Saturday night, Oct. 22. I ,Faulkner and son, Paul Jr., Mr. Hosts At SupperMr.

Recently : : sented by Mrs. Hildebran.) The Following the business meeting, land Mrs. Reed Lewis and daughter. -

:.i '[Girls Auxiliary gave forward steps, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Roberts of!Mrs. Myrtle Hester of Florence, Reeda, and Mead Lewis. and Mrs. D. L. Thomas and

'f 0 directed by Miss Helen Haines, and Lake Butler the I Ala. gave an interesting talk and I|I :Mr. and :Mrs. John H Langen Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw en-
announce engage-
Dennis demonstration of making dried i I|of Silver Springs, Md.. announce !
tertained
,
awarded. Kay Ladies Council at dove
; ; were so ment and approaching marriageof a supper pam
Wed with flower girl, :Mary Sue Thomas, flower and driftwood arrange- ,I I the engagement of their daughter. Saturday on the Outlaw
: [ their daughter, Imogene, to evening -
'
ments.I I Barbara Anne, to Petty Officer Elects Officers
Mrs. Hilde- lawn at their
was crowned queen by Mr. i home on Road 301
Ralph Perry Bryan, son of
time two honor I Cake and coffee were served by '3-C William M. Rimes, USN, son I South.
bran. At this ,
: ?* with and Mrs. Palmer Williams of the hostesses, Mrs. Jim Ritch, :Mrs.T. jof the late Mr. and Mrs. William The Ladies" Council of the First
in 71w# \ .: : I queens were recognized along Starke. I I During the evening the 19
: J ; Brenda I. Mersereau, and Miss Carolyn '10. Rimes of Brooker. Miss Lan- Christian Church met in the sanctuary -
their flower girls. Queens,
: fV. The wedding will take place Ewards. I gen, a graduate of MontgomeryBlair Tuesday evening for their guests enjoyed family moving
L Lewis, and Linda Hildebran, and Oct. 28 o'clock pictures and movies Mr and
S I Friday night, at 8 High School, is a Senior at regular business and program of

Lake flower girls, Martha These honor J. Deas and ic the First Baptist Church of!WMU Luncheon State Teachers College, Towson, I meeting. Mrs. Mike Pickering's wedding

__ Nancy Gay. queens of I Lake Butler. A reception will Md. Petty Officer Rimes, a grad- I Mrs. Clyde Colson led the open- Among the guests were Mr

d [gave their work some of which the came highlights from the follow in the Civic Center. Held At Church I uate of Fredrick High School, is :ing hymn followed by the devo- and Mrs. B. S. Outlaw of Jacksonville -

All friends of the couple: are presently attached to the USS tional 1yfrs.. J. E. Sherwood.Mrs. .I parents of Lavern Out-

Butler r ,State Young People's Secretary, invited t0 attend the wedding and The regular WMU business and I Pine Island. W. L. Andrews read three law.
: :Miss Elizabeth Province, and-they I I
reception. [program luncheon was held at the I I poems, and Mrs. Ara Moitt gave
award. Ambassador .
; :k .- I,were given, Perman a special Roberts, was First Baptist Church with the'Future HomemakersElect :the opening prayer. Executive BoardThe

,' Mrs. Pickering President Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr., I, Mrs. Andrews presided over the
and
[recognized at this time received Officers
presiding. After a delicious meal, business session at which time Executive Board of the
an award for his work. Hostess At Coffee
: ,Mrs. Mundy recognized all past i I The Future Homemakers of reports from the circle chairmen Women of the First Presbyterian
iThese people were promoted I
into the young Intermediate G. A. and Honoring VisitorMrs. [\presidents of the WMU, presenting America, BITS chapter, met Tues- were given. A new circle has I Church will meet Saturday, Oct.

. ,R. A. [each with -corsage and asking day night in the home econo- been added to the Council, which 8, at 4 o'clock in the Sunday

L. N. Pickering entertained -[each to stand. Those present mics room with :Miss Barbara makes three circles. School building.

r \\I I Recognition of the Intermediate at a delightful coffee and Mrs. ,were Mrs. H. L. Hough, Mrs. k E. Bunch as advisor. Officers were Officers for the Council are:

; I.'G. A. came next on the program Sarah Barton of Atlanta, Ga.,'Sparks, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, and elected for the new year as follows 'Mrs. W. L. Andrews, president;

r' !With their counselors, Mrs. R. F.I mother of Mrs. Harry Hatcher, Mrs. Lex Green. Visitors were : Mrs. Dan Harley, vice president;

beautiful floral setting, mitts and hat, and an arm bou- Chitty and Mrs. Jean uiarK."We've Tney I Jr., who was visiting here laSt'!'recognized, and among the visitors, President, Patricia Wainwright; Mrs. Ed Prevatt, treasurer; Mrs.

Amid a of quet of deep coral carnations sang their theme song a week. j I Mrs. Edward A. Hall was recognized vice president, June Conner; secre- Doris Wynn, secertary; and Mrs.
Roberts Whitis daughter The
;
Ann to Tell.to the Nation.
A. Roberts bompleted her costume.Mr. Story The party was held Thursday as having been selected by the tary, Barbara Norman; treasurer, Middleton Prevatf, program chair-
Clarence
Mr. and Mrs. Intermediate R. A. recognitionwas
last week the Pick Business and Professional Wom-
morning of at
his Elizabeth Tatum; parliamentarian,
Butler, and George Fortner's best man was Connie man.Circle
Jr.. of Lake | made by Counselor, home 722 W. Madison St. an's Club the "Outstanding officers follows
fatherwhile William Van ering ,| as being Grace Duncan; song leader, Gloria are as :
and I 1
,
of Mr.
Sidney Fortner. son Roberts brother the bride, Clark, and they sang "The King'sBusiness. which was decorated for the occasion Woman of the Year." I Crawford. No. 1, Mrs. Havana Johns leader,
W. Fortner also of of ." Mrs: R. O. Dansby
Mrs. George served as usher. II with seasonal flowers. The The program was under the I I Some of the members volunteered Mrs. W. L. Andrews co-leader;
'Lake Butlef exchanged marriagevows and
recognized the Y. W. A. they
August 14 at 4 o'clock in I The bride, given in marriageby "0 Zion lace-covered refreshment table direction of Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, to enter food and clothing No. 2, Mrs. Margaret Blankenshipleader
on used their hymn
thebride's her father, chose an angel pink as held a beautiful centerpiece of leader of the Lorena Epperson exhibits in the county fair. It was Mrs. Mae Tillman coleader -
at the home of "
afternoon trio composedof
the I A
Haste. special
I dress in French chantilly lace Aliese autumn blossoms. Mrs. L. D. Circle, who opened with a song also decided to have a bake sale ; No.3, Mrs. Louise Newman
parents.The Miss Helen Haines, Miss Haines presided at the coffee serv- director, Miss Elaine Colson leader -
over matching taffeta. The bouffant followed by prayer by Mrs. Hough. at the fair.

Rey Clifford F. Dance read I skirt was of ballerina length.i Lawson, and Miss Patty Lawson ice. ,Mrs. B. O. Perkins gave the devotional The chapter plans *o be repre- Mrs. Emily Wall co-leader. I' -rHE.

the rites before the fireplace which Her hat was of matching lace in sang "The Light'f the World Is Among the 18 guests enjoying I taking her scripture from sented at the district meeting in
"
was banked :with fern and other rose leaf design with pink pearls Jesus. the affair was Miss Betty Jane,Psalms. Those taking part on the Palatka, Oct. 29. Methodist Circles ) Tt( cg.\

greenery, flanked by tall basketsof and a short face veil. Her mitts Following the Young People'sprogram Henry of Atlanta who was also a program were Mrs. Mary Lawson, After the business meeting, refreshments AtTlCAU..J

pink gladioli. A garland of were also of matching lace gathered -[ Mrs.: R. A. Green intro- guest of. the Hatchers' last week. Mrs. Garl Mathews, Mrs. J. W. were served by Bar.: Hold Meetings 'WT1NCT.:

plumosus fern outlined the. arch at the wrist with pink pearls. jd ced two State Workers who ".. I \Furlong and Mrs. S. E. Sparks. bara Norman and Betty Clemons, I WARE Ncnto FoR"MIll JUMPING -:
of the manteL Arrangements of I Pink and were present for this meeting, Mrs. Conner 'I I Two circles of the Methodist I 61U.-ACRO5W0* CKVHCES
roses pink carnations Doyle .
WSCS Monday afternoon at oniir.u MOUNTAIN JH
met
aristocrat roses were Jones Executive I IM
pale pink |Miss Josephine I
formed her .
arm bouquet.Mrs.
3 o'clock. Mrs. C. W. Williams
the mantel and at Is Shower HonoreeMrs.
on various People'sSecretary
placed Secretary, and Young \
Roberts, mother of the conducted the devotional and Be aware if you're hunting
points throughout the. room. i Miss Elizabeth Province, ,
bride dress of French ,
wore a voile for an unusual gift for a (f'rtainsomt'ont' -
'
[Mrs. E. K. had
honoredat Perryman chargeof
As the guests assembled, Mrs. both of Jacksonville.Mrs. Doyle Conner was
with matching pink accessoriesand stork shower at her, the program when Circle Two see the BUL- I
:Mildred Rivers presented a pro- a lovely
installed the follow-
a corsage of pink carnations.The Jones LIXGTOX STUDIO AND
met at the home :Mrs. A. F.
gram 'of pre-nuptial music. Just U. for home at 311 Clark Street o; I I of
M.
bridegroom's mother chosea ing officers of the W. have the
before the wedding party entered I Thursday evening, Sept. 29. Hostesses I Sauls. Mrs. J. W. Andrews and GIFT SHOP. We
Mrs. James McClane of Gainesville yellow linen dress trimmed with'the year, 1955-1956: President, for the affair were Mrs. Seems to be a lot of activity I George Clemons !I I Miss Kate Struth presented the most complete selection of

"Because." heavy lace. Her accessories were Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr.; 1st Vice Paul Faulkner, Mrs. Freddie Wat-I on the moving list this week Warning: don't lay your hand-:j program at the Circle Three jewelry' in town . charge

sang white and her corsage was of President, Mrs. J. R. Chasteen Jr.; terson Mrs. G. S. Brown, Mrs. sorry to see Mr. and Mrs. Luke bag down while you stand up at I meeting at the home of Mrs. A. reasonable prices. We also havea
The bride's matron of honor and bronzed carnations. Young People's Director, Mrs. J. football Jean Smith complete selection of Hallmark -
Tony Gonzalez) Mrs. Beany Smith, Feeney and daughter, Karen, move games Z. Adkins.
only attendant was her sister, Following the ceremony a reception E. Hildebran; 2nd Vice President, did at the Palatka! greeting cards.Pi1tir&'thI.
Mrs. Joel Jackson, Mrs. M. B. Mc- to Richmond, Va. this weekend (Mrs. Jesse) Circle One met Tuesday morn-
Miss Barbara Roberts. She worea was held at the Roberts Mrs. F. B. Beard; Secretary, Mrs. Rae, Mrs. J. C. Sapp and Mrs. where Luke is transferred as sales game here last Friday night and i ing. at 11 o'qjock in the educational -
dress of coral J. .
deep imported residence. Dinkins Treasurer, Mrs.
F.
L.
;
Jackson. representative for PittmanMooreCo. had about $50 "go with theind" building. The devotionalwas
Sidney
Chantilly lace. over matching taf, After a short wedding trip,,,, H. DuPre; 'Literature, Mrs. Ona Autumn blossoms were used to the Feeneys sold their Seems that Jean laid her I I. led by Mrs. E. L. Matthewsand

feta. The bouffant skirt was ol Mr. and Mrs. Fortner are residing; Cotton; Community Missions, Mrs. advantage in decorating the home 'house at 306 S. Redgrave St. to purse on the. seat while she stood the program presented by STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP

ballerina length. Matching lace: in Lake Butler.Woman's I E. L. McKnight,_.and_ Mrs..M. F. 'for the.occasion. and refreshments:,Drr A. J. Barry who will take for the band to play "Star Miss Amy Coburn. '

Hazen; Mission Study, Airs. a. u. served buffet the possession in the next month Spangled Banner" and someone, -
were during eve
Elizabeth S. Long Club !Sparks; Children's Home, Margaret ning. I Dr. H. C. Bollinger and family who wasn't quite so patriotic, Miss Clara Leaman is visiting

Weds Capt. SmythIn Will Use Theme Fund and Training School, Mrs.I. Appropriate games were playedand have purchased the O. J. Griffin was on the ground under the I friends and relatives in Ohio,
Mrs. H. I
Clark Stewardship, Pennsylvania and New -
E. ; Jersey.
N. Walnut St. and planto stadium and snitched her belongings -
I prizes were awarded to Mrs. house on

New York CityMiss Of American HomeThe L. Hough; Social, Mrs. Garl Johns Math- M. L. Williams and Mrs. Maxie move. in around the. first of Believed to have been the: <--.4. ... .,... ilI ... ..... IIT..II '" ".,. ....r a

ews; Flowers, Mrs. Ruby ; Nov. Leonard and Maybelle work of some small boys who ,
Elizabeth S. Long, daughter October meeting of the]I Sunshine Chairman, Mrs. F. F. Carter, Sr.
of Mr. and Mrs. Augustus C. ,Starke Woman's Club will be held Flume Prayer Chairman Mrs. Mrs. Conner, received many I Whitehead and family are occupy- were seen -later coming out from i I I 9 SLIP COVERS
I ; the floor of the F. H.! the door of one of those rooms ,
useful and her ing lower
Long of New York City, and Capt. Mrs. D. lovely and gifts
Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 Pianist,
: Alexander
Ada ; I I
;
until under the Police
also her witha home, 403 N. Walnut, stands found I
hostesses Long
'' presented
Nichols Patrick Dillon Smyth son o'clock at the club house with L. Thomas; Publicity, Mrs. Jim I UPHOLSTERY
Call the but i
build a new home on E. empty purse that's all
ot Dr. and Mrs. P. J. Smyth of Mrs. Garl Mathews, chairman of I baby carseat. they
Ritch. Howard and Marion Mey- .. Besides the cash, it containedJean's
SL
this delightful
Ireland unite.d in Twenty guests enoyed
Dublin were the American Home Department Beautiful Fabrics Elegant Styling
-
Circle Chairmen: Lorena Epperson affair.Baptist ers of Waycross, Ga. have been glasses, courtesy cards, etc. I ,
marriage on September 24. The in of the .
charge program.A R. B. Alvarez;; Daisy If this barber
Mrs. occupying the Whitehead houseon shop price war
ceremony wag performed in the special "live" edition of "The Fowler, Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr.; E. Call St. since June .. continues it'll certainly help the I Perfect Tailoring : I ,

Church of St. Ignatius Loyola in American Home" magazine edited -Ida Darby, Mrs. L. N. Pickering; Circles Howard works for Hercules lads withthe flat-tops, but what I. : "
York with Rev. John PEG at 239
New City CALL
and portrayed by the mem- I I
Dora Alderman, Mrs. J. A. Lewis; Hold MeetingsThe Connie and Jean Clark have mov- about us gals with the perman- .
.
Conroy officiating.The. bers, will offer many features, Helen Masters, Mrs. J. A. Griffin; ed from the. Sparks rental on La- ents? See one Call St. trim- For Advice I'I !
bride is the granddaughterof with I :
complete props. Doris Knight, Mrs. Edward Beebe; Lottie Moon Circle of the fayette to the Seymour rental on mery is sporting a big "Haircuts ;
the late A. V. and
Judge Long "
"Give us this day high ideals, is Mrs. Paul Raymond Mrs. L. G. 50c" Seems it all started
Annie Armstrong, First Baptist WMU, Water St. the Gerald K. Bun- sign
Mrs. Long of Gainesville, former the theme chosen :I I
residents of Starke. She is the by the. StarkeWoman's ; Business Women's Circle, Powell, leader, met Tuesday nightat .nells)] have; moved in the Pooser when one cut from $1 to 75c, I .

granddaughter of Mrs. S. Club for this year, according Mrs. O. A. Wiggins; Lottie Moon the home of the leader with' APt. at 335 W. Call Carolyn, another then dropped to 65c, and I

great to the Year Books which Mrs. L. G. Powell; Ethel Biggs, Mrs. L;:. D. Haines, Circle Advisor,, and D. M. Dale are renting one the final word was 50c Won- ,
E. Brownlee of Starke.
are just off the press. Starting Mrs. A. R. Norman. i opening the.meeting with prayer of the McKinney apts. the der who'll be the first to start I
For her marriage the bride I
white with right at the. top with an aim for Young People's Auxiliaries Dir After Mrs. Eva Anderson brought j Jack Seimer family has moved doing bald heads for a quarter? ;
satin
wore portrait a neckline, basque gown bodice. books 100 per cent evidence attendance, the year ector, :Mrs. J. E. Hildebran; Counselors the devotional, taking her scrip- into the former Ed Shull houseon Now if someone would just .. '- I II

and bracelet length sleeves. Her give hard that the. committees Sunbeams, Mrs. M. H.I ture from the 133 Psalm, Mrs. Lafayette and Joan and Ran- start a price war among the I
are at work
plan Sheppard, Mrs. Charles Darby, Powell announced the various of- dall Chitty are buying the formerA. would be
full circular skirt terminated in girls
a beauty parlors, we
of
ning interest to all
train, and she wore an heirloom club women.programs Mrs. Betty Warren, Mrs. R. L. ficer appointments for the year. B. Baker home on W. Madison 'fixed! .. Chas. C. Shepherd
I Mrs. R. A. Colson, Mrs. The was adourned with there about
Lawson, meeting I and plan to move _
lace veil in Madonna She
carried a white prayer drape.book, top- I chairman Mrs. Paul Bridges, membership Vernon Silcox, and Jack Hazen. prayer by Mrs. Leola Roberts. The Dec. 1 I. See you at the P. K. Yonge W4Jay Radio Free Estimates

with orchids and reports the followingnew Girl's Auxiliary, Mrs. D. L. Thomas hostess served delicious ice cream I Note that policeman Bill Lane game in Gainesville tonight .. I I I

ped attendants were stephanotis.Her ){rs. Henry I club.members at the September were voted meeting into the: and Miss Helen Haines. Junior Ii[and cake to the 14 members present -I is building a new home on St.1 I -Carolyn (-g. ... .-.-.-.-... .,.,.,- .,.,.,.,.,._.I_,_--.
Mrs. Charles Dar- I'
Boys Auxiliary, Junius Smith ,
Beauregard. sister of the bride- Mrs. Clair St. next to -
Floyd Mrs.
Wiggins, L. Hill-
H. A. Lawson. Intermediate -
groom; the Misses Ellen and endahl, Mrs.: S. L. Peek Jr. Mrs. by and Mrs. I see the Adkins building on Call
G. A.'s Mrs. R. F. Chitty Circle 10 Mrs. O. A. Wiggins: ,
Hart Furniture
Sheila Long, sisters of the bride, V. O. Bridges, Mrs. R. E. Ed-I St.: occupied by
and Mis Nancy McCulloch of and Mrs. Jean Clark; Business Y. leader, met with Mrs. C. J. Houpt and the former Kite Electric is ,'..
mondson, Mrs. R. R. Andrews .
and Mrs. J. W. Furlong and E. F. Miles cohostess.Mrs. Hidden Treasure .
Piqua, Ohio. Mrs. L. F. Chapman. W. A.. with Mrs. receiving a lovely new front now-

Dr. Smith was best man for his Hostesses for the afternoon 'Mrs. Rodney Hall; High School Y. G. V. Lee gave an interest-'hear that Alice Anderson is up in
will A. Mrs. R. O. Dansby. Inter- devotional and Mrs. Mildred Y"
W. ing Ga. for several weeks to version'w
be. Mrs. Paul Raymond, Mrs. Albany, pin-money : :
son.Capt. and Mrs. Smyth will make mediate R. ''A., Connie Clark and Cuttino presented the program.At open up a new Gold House
Everett Prescott
Mrs. J. H. Ritch, ,
Henry Alton Lawson. the close of the meeting, the Pvt. New-
their home in Ft. Smith, Ark. [ Restaurant Byron L
Mrs. H. A. Ritch, Mrs. 1....O. Haz-
to
The program was closed by the hostesses served refreshments comb is home on 13 days leave :
Mrs. O.
en L. Mrs.
Heilbronn 4-H ClubIs Claude Crowson, Mrs.Haynes Gladys, Har- recessional of all Auxiliaries, and the 10 members present. from Fort Jackson, S. C. A. -

the presiding officer, J. T. Lawson, W. and Mary Jo Anderson are* due PETER poll
EntertainedThe rington, and Mrs. Tyler Jones. ,
dismissing with prayer. Refreshments The Annie Armstrong Circle in today from Ventura, Calif. fora >

Heilbronn 4-H Club en- 1 were served in the recreationroom. held its regular meeting with, month's vacation with relatives

joyed a delightful party Friday St. Martha's Chapter I seven members present at the here and the. State Farm .

afternoon given by their local Plans Dinner Event home of the leader, Mrs. Paul Attending the Ul: of F.-Aubarn I

leaders, Misses Edith and Rosie Executive BoardOfWMUMeets Raymond. Most of the committee football game in Auburn, Ala. last

:Moore, at their home. st. Martha's Chapter of St. chairmen were appointed and Saturday were Seeber Goodman,

Relay races and sack races were Mark's Church met Monday after- plans of the new year were made. Hugh Ingram and Judge and Lois

among the games that Marilyn noon at 3 o'clock in the Parrish At the close of the business session Ferryman and going to at- .
The first WMU executive board
Cox, senior 4-H Club member, |House with the. president, Mrs. a devotional was given by tend the UnL of Miami vs Notre
meeting of the new associationalyear Mrs. J. T. Lawson and a talk on .. .
led the girls in playing. To make Stanley Noegel, presiding. Dame game in Miami Friday night ;: order -
called to Monday 1 .-
the party complete here were Mrs. O. L. Beasley, finance t was prayer. Mrs. Raymond gave a will be Arch Thomas, Jr., Alyce ; \'W'f'iv: ) .
flight President
at 7 by the "
p.m. Missions.
balloons for everyont. I chairman, advised that the chapter Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr. The meet- talk on "Why We Study 'and Bill Graham, and Steve Sim- ijk2?; z.,, '

In conjuction with the party would have Christmas cards i At the close of the meeting, :mons Arch, Alyce and Bill t .

the girls exhibited articles they to sell. A turkey dinner was I ing was opened with prayer by 'refreshments were served by the will stay down there for the r4 4\ :_ : I
I Mrs. Lex Green. Committee re- s\\ .
had made in their [' hostess. Legion convention which convenes r '',
sewing project I planned for Tuesday, Oct. 25,1 ports were given. It was announced I .. 1B ; : '

during the summer. The exhibits from 6 to 8 p.m. Tickets will be |'" there would be a study course I t from Monday to Thursdayof W S .
were recorded and week also planningto
judged by Miss Beta Phi next i
on sale and can be bought from'I October 11 at 1 p.m. at the church Sigma I. -", .'
Dorothy Ross, Home Demonstration attend the convention are: .-.
all WMU members. Plans '
Agent. any member of the auxiliary.The for the To Meet MondayThe [Ernestine and S. G. Denmark, Jean : '
made for the Associational
Girl3 exhibiting were Charlene meeting was closed by Rev.R. were Thomas, Clara and I. E. Clark, adds lovely curves without pads .. j .
meeting to be held Wednesday, October Beta Sigma Phi sorority "
Cowart, Louise Cowart, Sandra [John Godwin, Cliff Hazen, Seeber
E. McBlain.
5, ,at the First Baptist ]I[I will meet Monday night at 8 I .' .
Solano, Nettie Sweat Green Gibson Doc Cov-
Fay Goodman, Larry !
Shirley Green Robie Adkins, and During the social hour the Church. The meeting adjournedwith o'clock at the home of Mrs. ington, Sarge Suslow, Charlie Now you can add luxurious curves at a pennywise price ;. _..

Linda Cox.Parents hostesses Mrs. Mattie. Gahagan prayer by :Mrs. L. D. Haines. Ernest Phillips, 832 Cypress St, Schaeffer," and Al Cro by. Treasurette-by the great designers of famous Tf't41Udt Regvl4-;\

and guests included: and :Mrs. XoegeL served refresh- with Mrs. Doyle :E. Conner as co- Linda Kay Sale gave a get- Hidden Treasure gives you perfect > White Broadcloth. \
hostess..
Mrs. Wallace- Solano, Mrs. Annie I ments. Harvest Hop I ', together party for 15 teenagerslast built-in contours..without pads or puffs.. ::.:M, 91-353 250 *.
Saunders, Mrs. Punis Green, :Mrs. Rushees will be given the test -
Set For Oct. 22 Friday night at her home on beauty-on-a-budget today I .
Find
E. L. Cox, Clorida Moore, Sharon 'Circle FourVSCS at this meeting, preliminary to Cherry St. Randy Bennett new i

Moore, Marilyn Cox, Miss The Junior Woman's Club announces -1 the Ritual of Jewels meeting on celebrated his 3rd birthday with

Dorothy Ross and the hostesses, Circle 4 of the Methodist WSCS plans for a "Harvest' Oct. 24. Following the meeting, party for ten friends on Oct. 1st

Misses Rosie and Edith Moore. will meet Monday night at the Hop" to be held Saturday, Oct. 22, a stork shower will be given and Peggy Shaller, who celebrated BARKS DALES DEPT SIN! :
The refreshment table was in the USO. Square dancing will : her birthday on "Oct. 10,
home in .
of Mrs. L. C. Hinson
Mrs. M.
in the shade honoring A. Urquhart Jr.
placed of a lovely be featured. and everyone is invit- was given a surprise party by 20

oak tree in the front yard where Saratoga Heights. :Mrs. Thompson ed. Tickets will be on sale by club All members and rushees are I.of her friends last Saturday eve- STARKE, FLA.

guests were served. will be. co-hostess. ,members. urged to attend. ''ning at the home of Lena and
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\ ", .. Mrs. Lucile Davis moved backto ..wr assembling and is not refundable will
actual .
>tart construction with- t u i.ept i Id wh il- ,
any in d' : pan
her home on N.,, Walnut street the A bidder bid bond and properly executed by ;'in ten i !') days after receiving hat[ in it- judgr r-it, wnl }t"r Err,
by a qualified surety, notice to tart, work
t he best
interests' lit the On. of
from
Gainesville. or a certified or cashier's cheek on i I All bids hall, be addressed to the $!tark>_ The, workIng dac -
Rodney Hall underwent a ton- any National Bank or on a Starke ,City Clerk City of Starke Florida, ; for completion of the proposed"ecrazary
Twins Bank in a sum not less than five J narked as instructed! in SECTION 2
i mprovement. as well as the bid
silectomy in St. Vincent's hospitalon (5) per rent of the amound bid f of the Specifications. and delivered prices' will be used in evaluating
Monday of last week. made payable to the City of Starke. (through The mail or otherwise to J he bid*,
t'/4 t1 Florida must accompany each bid the offlo of the Cit Clerk.
CITY t'OrXflL 0F THE -1TY
Don Champion attended the I Are ill! a guarantee that in the event Tl .. City reserves tht. right to OF STAP.KE Flit'111'A.
American Forestry Assn. meetingat 4 roy the contract is awarded to the bidder waive informalities in any bid; to By latn-,- A J."n'. ; -i''jn
IN THE NEWS he will promptly enter into -on- reject any II all bids, in whole or in Attest 'ai', i, inn 'u' K
the George Washington Hotelin tract, furnish the required bond and part with H without cause or to :t, lWINKLER'S
Jacksonville from Monday to
r I I Thursday. 75

Mrs Warren Perkins returnedthis Wanda Wall was the weekend James E. Groover attended the

week from Riverside Hospital guest of Vickie Devrick. Florida Bottlers Assn. meeting Years

where she had been,a patientfor Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins from Sunday to Wednesday at the

several weeks. She was there spent Sunday at Fernandina Beach Roosevelt Hotel in Jacksonville.

for treatment for multiple sclero- with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Beasley of 'Y ,

sis. Mr. and Mrs. Marion York Lake Alfred* and },Ir. and },Irs.C. )

P. Tison of Jacksonville
and family. were
Mrs. Lena Andrews and Carl oung'f
Hough of Orlando were weekend Mrs. Junius Smith spent :Mon- Sunday guests of Mrs. O. L. Beas- -
ley and Mrs. J. W.Kincaid. a
visitors of :Mr. and Mrs. H. L. day night in Jacksonville with
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Mrs.
Hough. her daughter, Mrs. Charlie Meyersand
Jim Chasteen had luncheon NEW
as :. G
daughter, Sandi, while Mr. Ah'A'LNPRESEN1S
Meyers was out-of-town on business guests at Matansas Inlet last Fir- -or,' ;'r.! 1HE
\.1'i.. '
day, Mrs. Harry Hatcher, Jr. and

her mother, Mrs. Sara Barton and Mrs. 31. J. McRae (left) and her twin hister, Mrs.. B. A. Miller of s
Miss Betty Jane Henry of Atlanta I 1 1
LaBelle
observed their 75th birthday anniversary with a family
Ga.
I gathering at the McRae home west of Starke last Sunday afternoon. ]
Fall and Winter Costume Jewelry -

$1 and up at Bullington's.Mrs. Mrs. MrRae and Mrs. Miller were born Sept. 30, 1880 within a short

s..y I.piwt4jFLA. L. M. Wimberly of Bunnell distance! of the present McRae home. Their mother was Mrs. Kizzie

r spent the latter part of last week Benton. Mrs. Miller has lived in LaBelle for 55 years and has eight I 1 ,

with her daughter, Mrs. G. S. children, all living Mrs. McRae has lived all her life in Bradford

rs Q Brown, and family.Mr. County and has seven children, all living. Many friends and reJath'est ki
and Mrs. E. S. Beebe and
Sun., Mon. and Tues. gathered at the McRae home Sunday to help the twin sisters celebrate I _
family will return home this week- I _
Oct..9,10,11DOUBLE '
the occasion. ItI1))
FEATURE I end from a two weeks vacation :

and business trip to Chicago, HI.

+ k TARZAN'S of Lake I AHporcelain
Mrs. Harry Darby City .
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pickeringof I,Telegraph. '
Hidden Jungle and Mrs. Pennie Barefoot of San- Gainesville visited friends and 1955.Dated this 13 day of September, .

derson were Thursday evening |relatives here Saturday. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby i ONSacLY .5 5
With Gordon Scott and Vera Miles dinner guests last week of Mr. Clerk of the Circuit Court :
Mrs.
-And- J. R. Kelly and son, Roger, By Marian 1.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk hassis III
M Barefoot. Per R'k
Mrs. P. ,
and were in Gainesville Thursday of S/16 4t 10/7 I ; W _
The Last TimeI Mrs. Henrietta Hunt has Mrs. I last week her
visiting daughter,
"Guess I'll have to talk about Miami as :NOTICE TOPPER
Louise Stockridge. of Kathryn at the U. of F. and also IB Circuit Court. Bradford County
the outstanding RCA VICTOR Saw Paris her guest this week. shopping. Floridat la Chancery. YOU

TELEVISION sets carried at Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto left Dolores L. McBride, Plaintiff, vs. t BUY T:1
Elizabeth: Taylor and Van Johnson Christmas Portraits -Should be Lynwood W. McBride, Defendant. --

the CIL\S. C. SIIEP ERD." Plus Color Cartoon for Children Thursday for Petersburg, Va. fora |ordered now at Bullington's.Mrs. :elite To Appear ,
.
week's visit with their son-in- Case No. 10-1199
To: Lynwood W. McBride whose
law and daughter, Pvt. and Mrs. Hogan Smith and residence and address is: a/d3. ATU -
son,
Wed., Thur.-Oct. 12 13
Parker. 201 U. S. Naval Air Station, Corpus
DOUBLE FEATURE Carley ,. Tom, Mrs. Del Colley and Miss Christi Texas.
Mrs. M. F. Hazen, :Mrs. P. J. Ann Johns are spending the week- You are hereby notified that a suit ALL.POR

Y Land of FuryJack Quattlebaum, Mrs. J. D. Doyle, end at Athens, Ga. with Mrs. for minor divorce children custody etc.and controlof A UTO/fA CELAIN

Hawkins and Glynis Johns Mrs. V. V. Hazen and Mrs. Maxie Smith's daughter, Mrs. James has been filed against you in the 1 Ie
above named Court and cause and WASHER
-AndATHENA- Carter, Sr. attended the District Rowe, who is attending the University you are required to serve a copy of
Five meeting of the .Florida Fed- of Georgia, and they will your answer or pleading to the
complaint the PlaIntiff'
I on Attorney
I erated Garden Club in Ocala on also attend the N. C. vs U. of Ga. Gerald R. Hart. 202 Smith BuildIng -

Jane Powell and Edmond Purdom Monday.Mrs. I football game Saturday. Jacksonville, Florida,
and file the original in the officeof
Plus Cartoon for Children J. C. Cone of Brooker Mr. and Mrs. Steve Simmons the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

spent several days last week with I arespending the weekend in or before the 17 day of October,
1955; otherwise the allegation of
Fri.. Sat.-Oct. 14, 15 and
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen Miami. said Complaint will be taken as

DOUBLE FEATURE Mrs. W. E. Plummer. Mrs. D. W. Carpenter is spending confessed by you. '
This notice shall be publishedonce
The Seven Little FoysWith Your name imprinted on Christ- ten days with her soninlawand each week for four consecutive

Bob Hope mas Cards, Billfolds, Bibles, etc. daughter, Airman and Mrs.I weeks. in the Bradford County Telegraph _:yArkA

at Bullington's.Mr. Dolph Reddish, and their new baby Dated this 10 day of September,
-AndSaddle and Mrs. Charles Fields and son at West Palm Beach.W.L"'TEDPEC.SS 1955.
(Official Seal) Charles A. Darby ONLY
Pals, I son of Jacksonville visited their Clerk of the Circuit Court

1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk ,' $2.49 1 ,
With Gene Autry : '
and Mrs. J. H. Fields on Sun- Per R7c
1 Plus Cartoon for Children and Sr. No quantity too large or too

Serial Chap. :Xo. 7 day.Mrs. returned to small. Cash market prices. See Circuit NOTICE Court TO, Bradford APPEARIn County _
Izona Bradley
us before selling. Dillard Keene, Florid IB Chancery
., her home in Miami Sunday after 117 W. Maude Eva Howard, Plaintiff vs.
Brownlee, Starke. William Martin Howard, Defendant.
visiting Mrs. J. B. Sapp for several -. Case No. 10-1HO

weeks. Xotlr T. AppearsTo
OTICE TO CREDITORS : William Martin Howard whose
and
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp IB The Court Of The County Judge residence and address is: 3830 How- .
son, John, and :Miss Lynell Dodd Bradford County, Florida ard Road, Richmond, Virginia.You .
STARKE ICE COMPANYWILL IJf RE Estate of Neva B. Marti- are hereby notified that a
spent Sunday at Cedar Key. neau. Deceased. suit for divorce and restorationof

Mr. and :Mrs. Paul Faulkner To All Creditor and Person H*TIng maiden same tti\
OCT. 15TH Claims or Demand Against has been filed against you in the
PLANT C.
OPEN ITS Mrs. E.
and Lewis and son, "Meed, Mr. and You and each of you are hereby you are required to serve a copy of
notified and your answer or pleading to the
FOR required to present
Mrs. Reed Lewis and baby attended any claims and demands which you, C>mnlalnt on the Plaintiff*Attorney \ Fla.
a family*reunion at the homeof or either of you ma.y have against Alan C. Winter Jr., 508 Florida \ St arks.
the estate of Neva If. Martineau Title Building, .Jacksonville 2,
in ..
Lewis
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Florida e.
deceased, late of said County, to the m 3
SUGAR CURINGAND Kingsland, Ga. on Sunday. County Judge of Bradford County, and file the original in the officeof 2S 31
Florida at his office in the court the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
,
and
Mrs; Mae Jones grandson house of said County at Starke, or .before the
Mike Jones, and Mrs. E. L. Pattenof Florida, within eight calendar 24 day of October,' 1955;
:Monday with months from the time of the first otherwise the allegations of said
Jacksonville spent publication of this notice. Each Complaint will be taken aa confessed -
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mr. claim or demand shall be in writIng by you.
and Mrs. Luke Feeney and and shall state the place of This notice shall be publishedonce ..
SMOKE CURING residence and post office address of each week for four consecutive
daughter, Karen, are moving Sat- the claimant and shall be sworn to weeks In the BRADFORD COUNTY
urday to Richmond Va., where by the claimant, his agent or attorney TKLEOKAPH.
and any such claim or demand Dated this 17 day of September,
Mr. Feeney has been transferredas not so filed shall be void. 1955.
MEATS H. W. Schwieters, As administratorof
YOUR Sales Representative for Pitt-
the Estate of Neva B. Martin- OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby S
man-Moore Co. eau. deceased. Clerk of the Circuit Court. ;
First publication: September 18, By Yvonne H. Norman. Dep. Clerk
Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perryman 1955.A. 9/23 4t 10/14 I IT'S
ALSO COLD STORAGE visited relatives in Columbus, Ga. J. Thomas. Jr., 203-205 Temple UNLAWFUL

from Friday to Sunday and also Ave., Starke, Florida, Attorney for SKCTIOV 1 I
Estate. 9/16 4t 10/7 :virici: ro IIIUDEKS
attended the U. of F.-Auburn SEALED PROPOSALS win be received ]t
by the City Council of Starke,
STARKE ICE COMPANYPHONE football game.Misses NOTICE TO APPEAR
Bradford
IB Circuit Court, Bradford County K'onJa, until
Dorothy Ross and Dorothy Florida IB C... er,.. Gouty 5:00 P.M. (Eastern Standan' Time),
12 STARKE, FLA. Alvarez spent Saturday in Edna E. Kennedy, Plaintiff vs. on Friday, the Twenty-Firfct day of

I i Jacksonville.Mrs. Preston B. Kennedy Case, Defendant.No. 10-1200 October HalL will be publicly 155, at opened which at time he iney City For Any Person or Persons to Engage in

D. E. Knight and Hollis V. Votlr To Appear The work contemplated is the
[ To: Preston B. Kennedy, whose.
in Lakeland construction of a lift station in the
Knight spent Sunday ((residence and address is: 3314 .
visiting the former's sister, Mrs.I Washington Street, Wilmington, i"City All of mi'enals Stark.I furnished and all

Charles Larsen, and Mr. Larsen. Delaware.You .are, hereby notified that a I I wxrk with performed the plans shall and be in specifica-accordance Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless
will be nit for
Friends of the Larsens
THEATRESTMKE Divorce tions and contract eocuments per-
that Mr. Larsenis taining thereto, which be
pleased to know has may examined -
been filed
against you in the at the office of Robert M.
recuperating after a heart at- above named Court and cause and and
Angas Associates. Consulting The Name Is
you are .
tack suffered a few weeks ago. required to serve a copy of Civil Engineers and Surveyors Room Registered -
your answer
or pleading to the com- 420 Hildebrandt
Jackson-
Dedicated To Community Service Lt and Mrs. Ervin Andrews of plaint on the Plaintiff Attorney ville, Florida. Building
William
"Movie Are' Better Than Ever" Moultrie, Ga. spent the weekend i. Building.D.Jacksonville Morgan. 507 Florida Clark i Bidders may obtain complete sets
of plans and Includ-
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and file the original In the office of ing Proposal Forms specifications, to be submittedin

If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Reddish Andrews and Mr. and before the Clerk the of 17 the day Circuit of October.Court on 1953.or duplicate; form of Bid Bond required e

eat.ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS Mrs. Dave Paulk. otherwise the allegations of said (,f,Contract; form Bond of Contract required,ant by mak-form .
Complaint will be .
-- -- Be sure to use our LayAWayPlan ed by taken a confess ing a $5,00 payment at the Engineer's -
you.
: Sun., Mon. and Tues. at Bullington's.Lt. This notice stall be"pubUshed office (Engineer being the
said Robert M. Angas and Associates Read This
Sat. Oct. 8 ONLY Florida Law"It
once each week
Oct. 9,10,11 and :Mrs. W. H. Edwards tive week In the for Bradford four consecu. for each complete set. This pay-
DOUBLE FEATURE County pun .8unul.ld| | JO 1SOO inn s.tasoauaut
and Hal IV of
HI baby son.
.. __ Pete Kelly Bluesp.I ,
u.-_______ -- ___ '" Fort Eustis, 'Va. spent the week- shall be unlawful for any person or persons aa defined
end with their parents, :Mr. and kertiB, to
{' With Jack Webb, Janet Lee andKdmon'd i engage in business as herein defined under
11
a fictitious
I r Mrs. J. G. Caldwell of the State name as herein de
w O'Brien
l'1", }/! f 1P'": Plus "El Toro Special"In Farm and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. PECANS fined, without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the

i C1 4.0' ClnetnaScope Edwards Jr. of Orange Park. clerk of .the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business
bOrrAtttl I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Motes and
Me A F pl.( h.t I iAllt I And Latest World News son of Palatka were weekend is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an af

Acs tcarnlA guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles fidavit signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of
,
ONG E. W. DUSTON Hardy. all those interested in the business
WANTED enterprise the
1 Mrs. Ethel Lowell is visiting in extent of the in*
:'Itld tJ,dt tefest of each and the fictitious
h i name under which
op Wed., Thur. and Fri. Chester, Pa. for several weeks. said business is carried
Mrs. Jim KUlian of Waynesville, on. Said registration may not be made until the
cs Oct. 12, 13, 14 person or persons desiring
N. C. is the guest of Mrs. A. Z. BUYER AT STARKE FARMERS to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his
Adkins while here for several or

days.Dr. MARKET DAILY their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four

1 and Mrs. T. G. Ritch and ((4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county

-And- '"' family were visiting St. Augustineon where said registration is to be
made
Sunday. 8 A.M. 6 P.M. and said registration shall not be

A i accepfed by the clerk of the circuit court except
[DATED i Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf Sr. spent upon receiving proof of
v ..
ROBLISO I IIAE11T1 the past two weeks visiting Mr. such publication.

+ and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and Mrs. TOP MARKET PRICES

R. Koolbeck in Brunswick, Ga.

and friends in St. Simons If engaged in business

are under
you
ORSO ,
name
v ISland'1 any

{ GLLGJ Ga.Mr.. and Mrs. W. L. No Quantity Too Large or Small

t ta Jacksonville and Mrs. Don Cor-

nell Friday of Massillon and Saturday, Ohio, guests were last of SCALES APPROVEDBy other than your own, and have not had this name


Mrs. W. H. Struth and daughter,


tr sest uanM ru.r.w du unu '
,
Mrs. Nora Price of Mobile, Ala. ,
OIiai yLLLG7
; i. are weekend guests of :Mrs. W. D.

Faxon, Mrs. Vergie Flynn and! CONSOLIDATEDPECAN
Plus .Mouse Tor Sale" Cartoon "Mr and Mrs H. J. Waters.: glad to give you all necessary Information as to

And Chap. Xo. 1% Serial :Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wimberly i I

have returned to Mulberry after

COMING SOON home spending here.three weeks at their SALES CO. what you should do.BRADFORD .

Ten Wanted Men
Left Hand Of God Gene Patray left by plane Tues-

day for the Dominican Republic, Of
With Scott and Brano ALBANY GA.
where; heill remain several ,
F. J. I'ELLUM 1'lus "Stork Necked" Cartoon and
"to weeks on business for Gibb's OVID G. LEWIS, Representative COUNTY TELEGRAPHFRIDAI'
You Want A Model Rail Road"
__ '. Corporation in Jacksonville, wherehe
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f TTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTT" Jack Webb Stars In TTTVTTTTTTVVTTTTVTTTTTTT i where she is employed. I Telegraph. We have added many I, CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rickards and I new subscribers from here in the LATTER DAY SAINTS
'Pete Kelly's Blues' of Callahan I
BROOKERBy MAXVILLE daughter were guests past three weeks, and Mrs. Nolan i Services each Sunday in old
Sunday at the Maxville Baptist I I
At Florida TheatreI Church Homecoming. Mr. Rickards I will be glad to receive subscriptions t Masonic Hall on E. Call St Sun

Sirs. E. B. Castlen By Sirs. C. B. Nolan from others who wish to get I School "
Sacrament
I is a teacher at the :Maxville day 1 a. m.
I Jack Webb whose name is a the Telegraph regularly through
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWeiner SchooL I J Service 6:30: p. m. Everyone wel
AAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAa&La1Birthday household word due to his televi the mail. She will also be glad
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nolan and I come.
sion program "Dragnet" is seen Roast EnjoyedOn to have your news items for publication .
Party family in Starke.
spent Sunday
in an entirely different type ol Friday night Sept. 23, Mr. each week.
The Guy Harrell residence was I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilkinsonof
role in "Pete Kelly's Blues, play and Mrs. N. L. Cannon entertained -
the scene of much activity on Jacksonville weekend I
were
PEST
ing at the Florida Theatre Sunday with at their CONTROL
Sept. 28, when Mrs. Harrell en a weiner roast visitors of Mr. Wilkinson's par St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. I

tertained 32 guests to celebrate her through Tuesday. home for a large group of chil- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson. Raymond E. MacBlaln
> By Geo. T. Hoggins daughter Regenia's 7th birthday., The story is told as it Happens dren and friends. After eating TERMITES 3

County Agent Outdoor games were played after to Pete Kelly a cornet-playing the children enjoyed games untila Friends of little Roger Chilson Services at St. Marks Episcopal ALL TYPES OFGROVE -

S. Agricultural Extension ServkeProclaimed I which cake ice cream and punch jazz man from Kansas City. Pete late hour. Mr. and Mrs. Cannon will be glad to learn that he is Church will be as follows: SPRAYING
and his Big 7 Dixieland Band are assisted in entertaining by I
were served. Favors of paper hats ,' were well again after a few days ill- Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Church
in top yields when compared with] playing at a bar called Rick's and Mrs. Lonnie Harris, Mrs. Waverly Florida Pest Control
Mustard King i and bubblegum were given to ,' .ness last week. School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. -',
The Collard King title Is held other amounts. Super-phosphate each young guest. Those assist-j when he meets the fun-loving and Griffis, Mrs. Ed Wilkinson, The Willing Workers Club met Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30': & Chemical Co.

by C. E. Crawford who farms was applied in bands that wouldbe ing Mrs. Harrell were Mrs. lovely Ivy Pete begins to live the and Mrs. Adams. last Thursday at the home of p.m. Y. P. S. L. Phone Franklin 6-6035

near Lawtey. When a young man about 3 to 4 inches to the side Harrell, Mrs. J. R. 1>Mott and Mrs. I blues. To add to his troubles a Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higgin- their sponsor Mrs. C. B. Nolan, Wednesday: 7:30 pjn. Litany 24 N. W. 16th \ .
furnishes young mustard greensto of the plant area. Nitrogen and Guy Parrish. I big-time gangster named McCrag botham were dinner guests Sun- and made plans to divide the and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir I : nGalne5lllt'

feed a family Of 6 for 3 days, potash were applied in a separate PTA Installation Service I decides to make Kelly and his boys day Sept 25, of their son-in-law club into two different age groups.I Practice. Fla

he. deserves recognition. L. M. operation. This I, your year to. The Brooker PTA held its first'jump. When Pete declines to be and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James They will meet again next Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, Call for estimateS

Norman gave me some mustard get into or back into strawberry I meeting of the year Sept. 29 at the I pushed around by the mob, the Waters in Lawtey. Thursday to reorganize. I| 11 a. m.: 3rd Sunday, 7:30 a. m.1(
action begins in true roaring 20'sstyle.
last week. They were so good and growing. I school cafeteria. Rev. H. H. Mott t Mis3 Merle Higginbotham and Friends of :Mrs. Mary Rushing!

enjoyed so much by the entire Pine Seedlings Free bad charge of the devotional and niece, Diane Schmel of Jackson- will regret to learn that she is I ,. ,
family, I had to go back and ask Let us have your requests for I opening prayer.: Mrs. J. C. Har-I Peggy Lee gets new singing and ville were overnight guests of Mr. ill at 'her home here. I

for more. We sure enjoyed It and 'pine seedlings. We have a good nell, president presided over the acting honors in her role of a and :Mrs. James Waters in Lawtey I :Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgett

our thanks go again to L. M. He allocation from one of our pulp business meeting. Plans were made j I fading jazz band singer. Janet last Tuesday night. and children spent Sunday in I 1r
companies for distribution this I Leigh is seen as Kelly's girl friend, :
stated that the price was fairly and discussed for the Halloween Friends of little Rex Wilkinson Middleburg as guests of Mrs.
from
good and the demand was very season. Carnival which will be held Sat and Andy Devine changes will be pleased that he is well Padgett's folks Mr. and Mrs. ,
will off faster than comedy to play the part of detec-
good now for greens. Pines grow I Oct. 29, at the Brooker Farmers again after several days' sickness.Mr. J. B. Mosley. We regret to hear I
of theworld's
think. pines make a crop for tive. Ella Fitzgerald, one
you
I Market. Bill Bigham was appointed that Mrs. Mosley has been ill. %
Strawberry Fever Grows : and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and -''
How about you getting in on abandoned areas or fields you t chairman Qt the Carnival most famous role and blues singers the, sons were guests of Mr. and Mrs. lomecoming[ At Long Branch ; SltmJU 3 fa
know to be out of production. has a dramatic sings II I df
this strawberry train? No one II Committee. Bob Nolan and son in Seville on Sunday, October 9th j r .... u,.. ..
all-time
Maybe, you have a wooded area "titl* song plus some The Long Branch Baptist Church j I: & _'
estimate
can what
yet our acreage John Burr principal gave a re- Sunday. t
might be, but we do know it with open spots or trees too thin. )ort on the lunchroom and intro- favorites. Friends of Mrs. :Mae Caldwell will hold its annual Homecoming J Jon 's 1 I_ -iii? r 1 1f.
{
Besides the role
You can get seedlings to fill these, acting leading Oct. 9. There will be'' ,
Is greater than the last two aced a new member of our faculty ., film.New will regret to learn that she has Sunday, f.
places. Your only cost is transportation Webb also directed the School this )
:
years. You can see strawberrybeds from the Ilrs. Bill Terry. been ill at her home here for the no Sunday services 'E KERQSENE"
We
nursery. .
7
Services will
prepared on farms not having Mrs. Polly Wait installed the past several days and wish for Sunday. begin .r
II
them last want your order now. Tarzan Film promptly at 11 a. ra. with the eLaTI .
year. ollowing officers: President, Mrs. her a speedy recovery.
Hog Prices Up Or Down Rev. H. F. Higdon delivering themessage.
!. C. Harrell Vice President. W. About dusk last Thursday eve- -
Florida 90 variety is leading Good ; At Park Theatre --
or poor prices ea.tbe We to
the race but the good Missionary made by the quality hogs you I E. Bigham Jr.; Sec., Mrs. Wilson ning, Buford Higginbotham was attend. urge. everyone I C. HAZEN JR.

will also b > seen'around.. It has have, if selling I Green; Treasurer Mrs. Ralph Net- Starting Sunday walking in his yard barefootedand ,
as feeders or cost Stork Shower

been.the, favorite too long to be )Z production if selling for. tles.Mrs. Loca Whittens' 5th and 6th I I Introducing a new Tarzan in the rattlesnake.almost He stepped managed on a to small kill I Mrs. Mae Dell Jones and Mrs. I Supplier of Sinclair ProductsPhone

forgotten so quickly. slaughter. of handsome Gordon Scott Ola Padgett entertained Friday
grades won the $5 prize for having person it before it had a chance to strike I 124 Starke, Fla.
Some of our good growers are I know of one farmer, getting I the largest number of parents present -1"Tarzan's Hidden Jungle" comesto him. The next morning his wife evening, Sept. 30, with a stork
convinced that the soil must not 13.5 cents last week for good]I Theatre Sunday for shower Mrs.
I the Park killed a ground rattler by their honoring Padgett'sdaughterinlaw. __' __ .., .. ____-. .
be too sour. If steps were takento feeders. Good feeders result from Cakes and lemonade were a three-day run. Mrs. Shirley Pad .
chicken -- -
Cup yard. -- ---- -- -- -- - -- --
sweeten the soil good breeding and good gett. It was held at the Clay Hill -L
now you manage served by the faculty to the 35 This jungle struggle involves the Friends of Mrs. Thelma Rainer
should use 'a material like dolo ment. Usually a good male is I parents who attended. white men's attempts to deliver will regret to learn that her father Baptist Church. Games were enjoyed -

mite or hydrated lime for quicker your first important step in that 2,000 barrels of animal fat two Sam Davis, of Baldwin has by all, after which the honoree -

action. A soil test is the best direction. Mrs. Eva Harrell Mr. and Mrs. tons of ivory and several hundred'been quite ill. opened her many useful and TV Service

means for determining your need. Hogs on. feed need attention. t&. D. Harrelll and Mrs. Zedra I lion skins in an operation which, Sunday School Party I attractive gifts. Cake and lemonade -

Good growers also seem' to Corn is a good feed but it is low Hamilton were visiting Mrs. L. M.''takes them to an isloated sectionof Mrs. D. B. Griffis entertained : were served later. About 40 I

think that increased potash has .in protein and fairly low in cal- Norman who is in the Alachua I' deepest Africa. Tarzan opposes Friday evening Sept. 30, at her guests enjoyed this occasion with

paid off. We.do. know 'that pot cium. Peanuts are low in calcium General Hospital in Gainesville. |I them because he knows thatif .home with a party for the Junior the hostesses and honoree. All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates

ash helps In setting the. blossom but high in protein. If you do not Our community was saddened by their venture is a success they of the Maxville Bap- Friends of Aunt Fannie Griffis

holding and maturing the fruit have peanuts in your corn, some I the death of W. W. Thomas of''I I'Mrs. will destroy all the game in the I Girls'tist Church Class, honoring Edith Cope- will be interested to know that Fully Equipped -. Dependable
Phosphate must not be forgotten.A proteinsupplement will pay off. Gainesville who is the father of she has opened an ice cream
i Jewel North, and Violet
formula like 4-8-8 or even 3-8-8 In[ either case you should have' Jettye Hazen and J. W. I area.With the aid of a savage tribe land Burnsed, who graduated into the I store in the old Griffis store All Makes and Models

has produced mighty welL I was mineral available at all times. Thomas. that animals Tarzan's building
worships Intermediate class last Sunday.
reading a northern report recently You can buy a ready mixed mineral L. A. Mott Jr. of Gainesvillewas I!cunning and knowledge of the Little. Miss Susie Harris received Maxville Civic Club

stating that addition of about or mix your own using equal the guest speaker at the' jungle and its inhabitants enables several nice gifts from her class Final plans will be announced CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV

300 pounds of phosphate resulted" parts of salt, ..ground limestoneand Church of Christ Sunday.Mr. I him to stampede the herds acrossa mates for having attained the I next week for the. formal openingof

steamed bone meal. and Mrs. Gerald Gay and river to safety in some of the grade for the the Maxville Civic Club on
highest average
CARD OF TIIANKS Four-II Poultry Show sons of Jacksonville, were week- most thrilling wild animal scenes After several outdoor games, Friday, Oct. 14. The opening,I Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone
Look on the east side of the end siesta of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. shown.iMrs. year. cookies event will be a chicken pilau sup
I ever refreshments of ice cream, Starke Fla.
We wish to express our thanks courthouse Saturday morning Gay. served to per in the club headquarters, located 239 ,

and appreciation to the doctors Oct. 8 and white and Mrs. Herbert Parrish and and soft drinks were in the old Lucas ', .
see some pretty Mr. garage - -- < -- /
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H. H. Mott and family Sun- about 25 guests. Mrs. Leslie Chil- . ,
I .. -
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who -' -
and kind and ParrishIn --- <
nurses were so rock pullets. children visited Mrs. J. R. building. Plan now to attend. --- -- -
and Mrs. C. B. Nolan were
helpful during the illness and One hundred pullets will be Palatka Sunday.Mr. ,day.Miss Ernestine McLeod: of cohostesses.Mrs.son Your correspondent is very I F Aicituiia"$

death of our loved one. Our appreciation shown by 4-H members who are and Mrs. G. A. Gay spent grateful for the fine response by -
Gainesville the weekend guest and Mrs. Henry
[ was Bun Griffis
is also extended to on this special poultry night in Palatka with the of Maxville and vicini-
carrying Saturday people
Hamilton. where I sit / Joe Marsh
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Griffis were business visitorsin Rom ...
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home.J. .- project for at least one year. Mrs. Gay's mother.Mrs. J. R. Par-' Huey Crosby of Great Lakes Jacksonville last Wednesday.Mr. ty to the news column in theL !/
A. Ellington and family. The birds will be judged and I-. !
rish.Friends Ill. is visiting his mother, Mrs. and Mrs. George Johnson ,
Parrish
of Mrs. J. R.
awards made on blue red. or Ressie Carlton, and other relatives. and family and Franklin Higgin- -. --. _. -
of - -- -
WANTED PECANSo white quality. Records kept on of Palatka a former resident
'He will report to Moffett Field, botham were guests of Mr. and
I
quantity too large or too the' project will enter into the,1 Brooker will regret to learn that
Calif in about two weeks.I Doss Higginbotham yester- Wash Your Clothes Shades of Tom Sawyer!
maIL Cash market prices. See scoring. The show will be between I she broke her leg several weeks IMr
I Richard of and attended Homecoming
Crosby Pompano day
us before selling. Dillard Keene,, 9 a.m. and 12 noon. You are invited ago. ;, 9 Pounds
Beach the of Rev. and at the Maxville Baptist Church.
was guest
117 W. Brownlee Ph. 187.Refund'Due to take a look. I Miss Linda Faye Scarborough of -
with Bill: Mrs. Ressie Carlton this week. 'Maxville HomecomingThere For 40c! .
Midway spent Sunday > in the shade able to decide
I Back Willis hid Just stopped -was
Farmers Use Idle Acreage and Edna Russ. I[I Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor and I was a big turn out for
the tractor: so's he could cool off just what kind of policy to get.
Kenneth Mott, who is serving in son of Palatka visited Mr. and Mrs. Homecoming at the Maxville Baptist FREE Bleach: If Desired!
,Using More Than 125 For Pine Seedlings the U S. Navy at Great Lakes 'Roy Green ud family Saturday Church last Sunday. The 6 .t the pump,when a young insurFrom where I tit, to be I good
event celebrated the 43rd anniversary anee salesman time up the drive. saltsman-Or a good citizen-it i
and
Rev. night.
Gallons AnnuallyIf Agent.Advises Dl., is visiting his parents '
Mrs. H. H. Mott, for two weeks I| Miss Frances Barry left Fridayfor of the organization of We Will Hack was tired of plowing,and always helps to "put yourself Inxieededinsuranceonhisnewbarfl.

you use 125 gallons of gasoline Do you have an acre or several] after which he will report for dutyin Houston Mo., where she will the church which was started on the other man's plate."He nay

on the farm during the year, acres producing nothing but weeds Pensacola. I I spend two weeks visiting her Oct. 6, 1912. It was organized by Dry Your Clothes But he alto needed to get that have t different sort of Job with 1

each year? Perhaps it would be Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thomasof trother-in-law and sister. Rev. William Malphurs and had winter rye in fast.The salesman, different problems...he may prefer .

you are eligible for a four cents just the place to set some slash Gainesville visited'Mr .and Mrs. ,. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hendrix of 'only six me)1lbers-five women For 20c an eager kid, noticed hesitation. to close a deal over, say, a I

per gallon refund according to pine seedlings.Last Benny Thomas last weekend. Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and and one man. Rev. C. B. Saundersof In New Automatic Driers! "I come from a farm," he said. friendly glass of beer while you

County Agent George Huggins.The year Container Corpora- Buddy. Elizabeth, and Rebecca Mrs. L. W. Barry and Mrs. Mattie Jacksonville was the first pas "Why don't you look at these might prefer something else. But

requirements are few and tion of America furnished ua Thomas of Jacksonville were visiting Barry Sunday. !tor. Rev. Lester Taggart was S booklets-get all the dope-and both of you can co-operate if yfa

simple. The important ones are: 100,000 seedlings to distribute to Bob Thomas and family last I I Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson and !chosen to serve as pastor for the I'll take that plow a couple of make it a "policy" to try.

Gas must be used on the farm. land owner's only obligation was weekend.Mrs. 'Raud Crews were Sunday dinner I new year. Rev. Taggart also The Washeteria rounds for you."
Gas used in vehicles on public land N. G. Hayes and son, El- I i finished out the unexpired term
owners only obligation was guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallie Young fellow laid off a pretty (lJ
the late Rev. Vondee Durrance. A
roads is not eligible for refund. to set the seedlings and take nor- dridge, and Mrs. Barry are in Gulf- Crews of Melrose. of straight furrow, too. It was almost t3ce 1VlM4t( ;

Purchases must be made at bulk mal care of them. port where they will undergo I'I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ray Harris who passed away May 23, 1955. temple Ave. Sark t dark before Hack-sitting

plants and not less than 25 gallons Container Corporation of America treatment from a physician for the and children of Ft. Myers visited I lev. Durrance preached his first 'j
weeks. I I ,:sermon as pastor of the church / Copyright 1955, United States Brewers Foundation
at You two '
any one purchase. is furnishing us seedlings again next Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harrell and I'. '--- --, - .' -
will make application for a per- this year. Your County Agent,, Mrs. Bennett of Gainesville is Mrs. Loca Waters Saturday. 'I.on Homecoming Day in October ,,

mit simply by signing your name George Huggins has the pleasureof visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott: Warren and Chris Land of 1954. -ii UtNOTICE \

on a form gotten from your Coun making your request Orders ,this week. I I Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. I The new officers of the'church (

t ty Agent. You will then receivea may be given to the SCS boys,, i C. C. Van Sickel of Gainesvillewas Bill Terry and Alan Land Satur- are; Henry,Griffin, Sunday School
number and a visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. L.I Superintendent; Leslie Chilson,
permit coupon Bill Haa$ and Leon 'Carter or tour
book to use when making a pur Forester Don Champion.Most Parker Sunday. I I day.Mr.. and Mrs. Rudolph Stokes Assistant Supt.; Ida Lee Griffin,

chase. At the end of the year of our seedlings last year Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Green Jr. ,and family of Alachua and Mr. choir leader; Debbie Phillips, pianist

you request your refund by were set during the Christmas visited Mrs. Green's mother in'and Mrs. Buddy Stokes and familylof ; Bun Griffin, Church Clerk;

ing in your purchase send-I season, while school was out.' Alachua Saturday.L. I' Graham were visiting the H. E. and Oscar Harris treasurer.Mr. .

Your most trouble is December is a good month for L. Parker was the guest' Stokes Thursday. and Mrs. Henry Griffis and

your application for a permit from setting seedlings if there is some speaker at the New River Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Otis Akins of Bell Miss Debbie Phillips attended the

your county agent. You may request moisture in the ground.We Church Sunday.Mr. I.visited Mrs. Florence Varnadoe Associational Sunday School meeting -
it by mail telephone or are all grateful to Contain- and Mrs. Norman Thomasof Thursday. at Cedar Creek last Thurs- -- -

send someone for It. You should er for this expression of interest Tallahassee. Lloyd Thomas and I Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Jones were day night.

get it and take advantage of this I in the present and future of our Junior Shannahan of Gainesville visiting Mrs. Viday Smith in La Simeon Phillips returned Mon- YOUR PECANS
refund for gas used on the farm. land and people. Let's request the and Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen Crosse last week. day morning from Palatka after i SELL

seedlings and set them on that .and son of Brooker were dinner I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hodge of carrying his wife down there'PEOPLE .,

,'- I land not in regular use. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Greenin Palatka were guests of Mr. and -r ,
after- ___ -
Gainesville Sunday. That Mrs. Ivery Hodge Friday. ---I. --- THROUGH THE t

noon they visited Mr. and Mrs.Hazen's I|I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Russ were

'S FILL DIRTGOOD : son, Neil who is in the visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Dukes '

'Hope Haven Hospital. I II and daughter in Lake Butler Fri

RICH I I'children Mr. and of St.Mrs.Augustine M. M. Gano is spend-and day.Circle Notice t everywhere are wondering how Gold Kist Pecan Growers

Chiropractic can be'so successful -
few days with Mr. and Mrs. I
TOP SOILSee 'ling a I I The Lubedia Pinholster Circle In restoring health In so

'R. F. Gano. will meet Tuesday, Oct. 11, at the called "incurable cases". The
Mr. and :Mrs. C. S. Kelly and home of Mrs. G. E. Green. All
'Sons enjoyed a picnic on the St.'members please attend and bring answer Is simple, because it is Vfe Advance You The Market Price Whatever
fact that the
an accepted nerv-
!Johns River Saturday. some one with you.I
BILL JACKSONJackson I Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal and I I Friends of Malcolm Lewis will us system controls the functionof .
.
and Mrs. each ergan of the body.A ItMayBeWE
: Transfer Company son were visiting Mr. regret to hear that he is in the -

Phone 165 I!J. F. Ellerbee in Panama City last King Memorial Hospital in Lake nerve pressure thereforecan

I 'jweek. 'Butler with an eye infection.I cause illness and removalof ALSO PAY PATRONAGE REFUNDS.
Before You Travel r Great Lakes
of
I Steven Kelly I Mrs. Olie Raulerson, Mr. and the nerve pressure restores ,
'III and Arthur Kelly of Atlanta Raulerson and family -
Mrs. Rawleigh health.
Whenever and wherever ;yoi ':Ga.. are visiting their parents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Watersof You Cannot Beat This Deal Anywhere, Because

travel) it is wise to insure al! FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S 'and Mrs. C. S. Kelly. Orlando and L. M. Waters of Below is such a case.
takE< I I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Douglas and Apopka were weekend guests of You Stand A Chance To Get More For, Your r
personal belongings you S. C., visited, Man, age 34, had headaches,
son of Charleston Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johnson and
with you. Their replacement considerablE JUST ONE I ',Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas and,' Mr. and Mrs. Lee Parrish and nervousness and !back.and He tension had noent'rgy Innt"Ck Pecans, Even After Receiving The Market Price. i it
value is
probably Satur-
MT. and Mrs. H. C. Douglas
; FRIGID.AIREMade \ family. and felt decidely under t
need protectioi
and you day. ..1 j :Mrs. Amy tcCormick and Mrs
against their loss or damage.. only by General I Mr. and :Mrs. Johnnie Douglas: Bessie Branning of Jacksonville par since an auto accident
: I
Ask this agency about ai r1 Motors Corp All! otherElectricRefrigerators were visiting :Mr. and Mrs. Bill, and Lee Green and Mrs. Zada Du- t Under Chiropractic care his I \WE BUY ALL KINDS .-. ANY QUANTITY !

"all risk" Personal! Effect:S are 'Plaster and family in Jacksonville. (Bose of Gainesville visited the nerve pressure was removed .

Policy. Just call. made by other companiesand Sunday. Russell Green family Tuesday. t'and he speedily regained nor- !

cannot Use 'the: word J Ruey Tetstone of Jacksonville!I Mrs. Bill Lang Mrs. Verbal Wal- Dial health. c We Have Receiving Agents In i
Tet-
/visited :Mr. and Mrs. George I
Walter
Mr. and Mrs.
.,_,_,m_.,m,. Frigid ie. ,ilace, and
rt't|t
stone and family Saturday.Mrs. 'Smith of Tallahassee are spending For further information

I May Mott spent the week'! a few days with Rev. W. M. I garding Chiropractic care,j Waldo and Starke

Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE end with Mr. and :Mrs. :Mike Tilgh-, Lawhon.Mr. Write or Phone The j

RCJallMencyPhone 1 ? '[man and children and :Mr. and I and Mrs. Russell Green and I I II 1
|Mrs. Pasco Mott and family in l family attended services at Brandy BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC I

THEN SEE Gainesville. Branch Baptist Church in Duval 1 ii WALDO STARKE !
: 146 j Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Clark and I County last Sunday. I

H. SMITHTenth family and Mrs. Effie Hodge were i CLINIC I It 3 Mi. South on U. S. 301 321 Temple Ave. ,

200 E. Call Street E. in Lake City Sunday visiting Mr, t I II
land Mrs. Fred Clark and Cassie! WANTEDPEC.NSNo Starke Fla. D. :M. Schenck Mrs. Maude Mott ;

and Temple Are. :,Horne who is in the hospital quantity too large or too I Phone 108 i iLADY I II

Starke Fla. j I Mr. and Mrs. Pasco Mott and t smalL Cash market prices. See I ASSISTANT !I I

Starke, Fla. ;family of Gainesville were guest; us before selling. Dillard Keene, !

.-- .-. '.. .. -- I ,of Mrs. May Mott and Rev. and 1'111 W. Brqxvnlee! Starke. :I.._I_..L.J'" ._..,-,......-. M ___ '-_ :-- -- -------- --- __i- .. --- --'-=_:: flit= I


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FRIDAY OCTOBER 2'. 1933 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKZ. FLORIDA PAGE SL'1'E.vIYVVVYYVYVmmr..m.n
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morning. Miss Bell and Miss went an operation at St. Vin- at Pine Level Church at 6:30 p.(seal of this court, this 8 day of or before the deceased. late of said County to the !I by the claimant, his agent or attorney -
Thompson of the Children's Bible cent's hospital in Jacksonvillelast m. They are anticipating a great. September, 1955. 17 day of October. 1355; County Judge of Bradford County, I. and any such claim or demand -
I (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby, otherwise the allegations of said Florida, at his office In the court not so filed shall be void
HAMPTONBy Mission, visited the school last week has been released from meeting. Everyone welcome to I Clerk. Complaint will be taken as confessed house of said County at Starke, H. W. Schuieters As administratorof
week, and will conduct chapelfor the hospital and is convalescingat attend. By: Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk by you. Florida, within eight calendar the Estate of Neva B. Martineau. -
9/16 5t 10/14 months from the time of .
the first deceased.
the school on the second Wed- the home of her daughter, Mrs. :Mrs. Lillian Miller of LaBelleand This each notice week shall for four be publishedonce publication of this notice. Each First publication: September 16,
Jlrs. D. E. Hill consecutive
nesday of each month. Inez Alford, in Jacksonville. Mrs.E. NOTICE TO APPEAR weeks In the Bradford claim or demand shall be in writ- 1955.A. .
daughter, Mrs. C. H. Thompson la The Clreult Court ot Bradford County Tele- ing, and shall state the place of J. Thomas. Jr. JOJ-205 TemplaAve
&&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMiss David Griffith, first graderson L. Birt of Hampton visited her of Lake Placid, and Mrs. County Florida la Chaaeerjr.Arnold graph.Dated this 14 day of September residence and post office address of ., Starke, Florida, Attorney for
of Mr. and Mrs.., J. D. Griffith mother in Jacksonville Sunday. Minnie Irving Rowe. Plaintiff vs. 1955. the claimant, and shall be sworn to ,Estate. 9/16 4t 10/1
Louise Raulerson, first Whidden of Tampa, are, Patricia Ann Gibson Rowe, Defend-
has been confined to Hope Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Mor- i OFFICIAL SEAL,) Charles A. Darby I Ir
brother-in- ant
visiting Mrs. Miller's
Clerk of the Circuit Court
absent from
was
teacher
grade Haven hospital in Jacksonvillefor I rison and family of Virginia, son- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. M. Case No. 101096Notice By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
her class Monday due to illness, treatment. in-law and daughter of Mr. and To Appears 9/16 4t 10/7
J. McRae. Mrs. Thompson and To: Patricia Ann Gibson Rowe,
and Mrs. :Marvin Fail served as Mrs. H. F. Jones of -
Murray Eiland, son of Mr. and Hampton Mrs. Whidden went on to Cor- whose residence and address is: NOTICE TO CREDITORS
teacher.Seventynine
substitute i' Mrs. B. B. Eiland, has been released moved into the Douglas Hardy nelious, Ga. to visit Mr. and Mrs.. You Unknow are hereby notified that a suit la The Bradford Court Of The, County Judge r
pupils and all house last weekend, and will County Florida
from the Alachua County Robert Lunfora. for divorce IX RE: Estate of Neva B. Martl-
five teachers of Hampton Ele- Hospital in Gainesville, and is make their home here. has been filed against you In the neau. Deceased.
School attended religious above named Curt and cause and To AM Creditor and Persona Having -
mentary convalescing at home. :Murraywas Miss Nell Williams was a guestof you are required to serve a Copy of Claims or Demands AgainstSaid r r, _'
services Sunday. The Rev. Wil- bitten by a poisonous snake Miss Dolores Hardy in Starke: your answer or pleading to the complaint Estate SAIL I ,
lard M. Jones, pastor of Hamp- last weekend. I WANTED-PECANS. on the Plaintiff's Attorney You and each of you are hereby
September 17, and has been undergoing ,
H. E. Nichols 309 Guaranty Life notified and required to present
ton Christian Church, conducted treatment at the hospital Rev Merle Packham is ill this No quantity too large or too Building. Jacksomllle, Florida : any claims and demands which you C \
chapel at the school Wednesday<; small. Cash market prices. See and file the original In the office lor'i either of you may have against ON"COMMANDED
for several weeks. week with an ear infection, and II of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on the estate of Neva D. Martineau ,
Nell Williams, daughter of Mr. was unable to conduct services us before: selling. Dillard Keene,
117 W. Brownlee
and Mrs. Frank Williams, was Sunday night at Hope Baptist I Starke. I
honored with a party Friday eve- Church in Theressa, where he is I COLUMBUSAnd
'ning, Sept. 30, at the Williams pastor. I I IB The Circuit Court of Florida
niKblh Judicial Circuit, la sad
home to celebrate her thirteenth Donahue Crawford was honored For Bradford County

I birthday. About 20 guest were Saturday evening, Oct. 1, at Mr. In Chanofrj- Xo. 10-1197 he gave us an example of courageous
present, including Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Crawford's home, with a Mary Karadimos-Pierrakos, Plain HUNDREDS
Arnold Haddock, Mr. and Mrs. birthday party. ant.tiff, vs. loannis Pierrakos" Defend- I leadership which even today-463 years

Marvin Faile, and Mrs. Ola M. Mr. and Mrs. Van H. Douberlyand imoncE l of details are managed and economic- after his discovery: of America-is still an
adult Order of Publication and Notice .
Perkins, guests. children of Dundee to.
were Appear ally attended that only a trained and inspiration. J_" ;..",...-..
},fro and Mrs. Lynn Hall were overnight visitors at the M. L. To: Mr. loannis Pierrakos. 40 Tay- ... ... .n-=iII !::.- --
weekend visitors in Valdosta, Ga. Watterson's Saturday. getous address Su Athens unknown., Greece; otherwise t careful organization can attend when you are trying to bring- your ship into

Mr. and :Mrs. E. V. Chasen of You are hereby notified that the urgent need for serving. is at "
Gainesville visited relatives in YYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYLONG there has been filed by Mary Kar- hand. port "Sail on, no matter what your diffi-,

Hampton this week. adimos styled court Pierrakos a Bill In of the Complaint above culties. Use this bank's facilities to help you

I :Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hicks against yOU and the relief therein to reach
financial
destination.
BRANCH prayed for is a divorce. A VIX- DeWITT C. JONESPhone your ,><
and daughter spent last weekendin CULO MATRIMOXII. from you. \ -- ... ..- St. Augustine.Mrs. This is therefore to command 7 Starke, Fla. (This bank trill not fce open Oft
CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON and Mrs. by Mrs. J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAI you loannis Pierrakos, to appear flrtrrrrs '
W. N. Brown and file your written defense In tober 12 Columbia Day.)

about this questionOur John Napier of Green Cove said 1955,cause filing on the or original before October in my office 21-, Funeral Director Ambulance Service
Springs visited friends in Hamp- and sending a copy thereof to
home was damaged in the ton last week. Mrs. Homer Smith has been Samuel W. Getzen Plaintiffs attorney Our local funeral hOme enables 04 to otter convenience aal

recent windstorm. I'm havinga :Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams J'r. having an attack of poison ivy, Upon ,failure Box 81 to, Gainesville comply with Florida this services not otherwise available. FLORIDA BANK at
but seems better at this writing. order a Decree Pro Confesso will STARKE
difficult time ad- weekend
getting an of Miami were guestsat be entered against you according .. I II I I .. II I.. 1 r w 1
Mrs. Gertie Faircloth isn't feel-
juster to settle our claim. Is the home of his parents, Mr. to law and this case will then con- rr"so
and Mrs. J. A. Williams and fami- ing as well as she has for a tinue Process Ex Parte. We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and wor.
characteristic fault of This notice Member Florida National
shall
this a while and Mrs. is be published in ANY life Group
ly in Hampton. Ada Godwin on the Dradford County Telegraph a Accept Insurance policy In force, leaned by ANY
insurance companies that do Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Faile and the decline again at present.We newspaper published in Starke, I company, as payment In part or in full on a funeral. I eate0
have local agent? missed "Miss Wilk- Florida for thenext file consecu-
not a daughter vacationed for several Lfflie. tive weeks. Consultation carries no obligation.
days last week in Lancaster, S. inson from Sunday School and Given under my hand and the .- II .. I' J

C., with Mr. Faile's family. church again Sunday. Wonder
Charley E. Johns&SonAgellcy Coatsie Rigdon Nathan Hall just what was wrong with her?
and Lester McCullough were busi- She is so faithful in attendancewhen

ness visitors in Valdosta, Ga., she is at home, unless she

Saturday.Miss is Sick.
Connie Sweeney of Gaines- Some of us heard a panther in .
the region of Black Creek. Also .
ville was a weekend guest of Miss
Phone 13 Starke, Fla..AAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAA.. Barbara Matchett in Hampton.Mrs. have seen the tracks of some + <<

: George.Saxon, who under- large wildcats.' Wonder where.the
men are with the cat dags?
Haven't heard from them for

Beautiful Healthy Parrakeets some time now and the cats are

getting brave again.
'
Last Tuesday night the WMS, : : 1 : :.. : '
Billy Rose Parrakeet Farm Brotherhood, RA's and GA's all : Y

met at Long Branch Church for
;J
On Highway 21 -Keystone HeightsBaby an enlightening meeting. :
There was Prayer Meeting at : :
Long Branch Church Thursday ::
birds easily trained fall of love and affection. Slake: night and at Yougan Padgett's .; :. <

wonderful pets All In fall plumage In all colors.. Blues In all house Friday night; Ebenezer or : i ., .; ". .

shades. Yellows, greens, and white. Also yellow-faced blues. Clay Hill Church Wednesday I
climate. Hundreds to night. There is a new pastor at '
AU raised and acclalmated to our Florida
Clay Hill-Mr. Lane from Mid-
choose from. Also beautiful selection of cages. dleburg. rY

OVER A THOUSAND BREEDERS ON HAND Homecoming services will beheld r a+
at Long Branch this Sunday
TROPICAL FISH MOLLIES
BLACK
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Oct. 9. The morning sermon will

be delivered by Rev. Herbert Hig-
don. Services will begin at 11 a. .4

m., no Sunday School, but there
will be Training Union and

0 T ERE FEELING tUST."BIT. preaching services Sunday night.I
:Mrs. Marcalee Padgett was II
f E5' SMUG- honored with a shower at Clay
Hill Friday night. I
( THEV'VE !WTR 1ZED Mr. and Mrs. John Bailey of I
Jacksonville called on the Earnie
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s services were well attended y r

I last Sunday and one new frk
member was added by baptism.We .

were glad to have Mr. and I r
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: -: /1 :' Mrs. Andrew Oliver and. othersof .
R"ItE' Jacksonville with us. They
DERS were dinner guests of Mr. and -------------k b
0 __ -_- SE RVICE -- Mrs. R. M. Crosby. I Sa

Those who attended the Lewis I
18tJILDER. SUPPLIES4 1 1TT2:: Z rat
Family reunion at Kingsland, Ga. o

p 1 _!;& 3J e JA.l.W-! : last H. H.Sunday Lewis, were Mr. and Mr.Mrs.and E.Mrs.C.I < : ,..; J 4Hp F ay

Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulk-1I I
ner and son, Mr. and Mrs. Reed
Lewis and daughter, and Meed I

Lewis, all of Starke.Mr. .

and Mrs. Clyde Huey and I yL .,
[son of Gainesville attended

t-S gNSl tS. : I church here Sunday and visited I won y

__ -- .- I the B. M. and H. M. McRaes.
The Heart of Florida Youth Fel- Born of success-born for success! New '56 Dodge is your reward for the greatest sales gain in Dodge history.

I lowship will meet with the :Mag-
nolia Baptist Church at Sanford
'Friday night Oct. 7. The
young ,
people will meet the church bus '

New 56 DODGE .


YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester. .

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O a ford County Telegraph. Born of Success to Challenge the Future I r





Which Triplet Trades At Koch's Here is a Dodge so dramatically beaunew standard of thrilling performance.

tiful, so daring in design that other
The look of
success!The feel of success!

-ir x ;:. } cars seem ordinary by comparison. The power of success! These are your
The soul in the center natch. That'sbecause ..
smug -
tc x a Here are revolutionary advances that rewards for the great Dodge advance

i I A introduce a new era of pushbuttona dividend of extra ralue made
deal in sanforized dollars which I e ,ca s t
we t l e Gone is the shift lever! You
'. driving. possible by the greatest sales gain in

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all, after which many attrac- ffYYYTYYYTYTYTVYYYYTYHIGHLAND Butt for Complaint will be taken as confessed -]' Dated this 17 day of September
!23, for the wedding of Miss Peg- Dobbs of the State Farm. by Divorce I by you. 1 1965.
gy Mitchell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mitchell, has returned tive gifts were presented to Mrs. has been riled against yon in the This notice shall be published :(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
her home in Lebanon, Va. Andrews in a covered wagon. Mrs. above named Court and cause and once each week for four consecutive I! Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Mrs. Dale Mitchell of Lebanon, to you are required to serve a copy of' I
LA-WTEY\ with Green assisted by Mrs. J. E. Wall the weeks in the BRADFORD COUNTY By Yvonne IL Norman. Dep. Clerk
pleading to
time your answer or com
Dobbs son of Mr. after spending some
J.
Va., to A. TELEGRAPH. '/:: 4t 10. it
plaint the Plaintiffs
T. L. served delicious on Attorney
and Mrs. Casey
and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Rev. Milton -her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Uy Mrs Lacy Norman William D. Morgan 507. .Clark I
By Sirs. Joyce T. Futch4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Dukes, of North Side Baptist -! and Mrs. :Milo Smith. refreshments. Building-, Jacksonville. Florida I -
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Crews and Guests at the L. P. Rafuse '&&&&&&&&&&&&&A&&& &&&&& and file the original In the office ofy I
Church, performed the cere the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or YAMAHA FOOD
mony. family of Indian Rock Beach were home on Sunday were Mr. and Those from here attending the before the 17 day of October. 1951 I PLAN"SAVE
Mr and Mrs. Marvin Thompson of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lawton Crawford of Starke, otherwise the allegations of said
The bride's gown was fashioned recent guests Sunday School meeting at Cedar Complaint will be taken as confessed -
recent and Rev. S. T. Worth and familyof TIME WORK FOOD MONEY
of Jacksonville were ,
[ Davis. by you.
jof net over white satin with a I Perry Creek were W. C. Hardee and
dinner guests of Roy Griffis and: I and Mrs. H. T. Markhamand Jacksonville.The This notice shall be publishedonce .
shoulder length veil. Mrs. Robert Mr. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles each week for four consecutive
family. I Ward was matron of honor. Rob-, family of Gainesville were E. L. Raulerson family of Starling, Freda Ellen Norman, week in tie Bradford County R. A. CRAVEN, FOOD CONSULTANT
and Mrs. Winton Parrish home Jacksonville, and the L. E. Smith i Telegraph. I
Mr. Dobb's recent visitors at the of
I ert Ward served as Mr. Rev. E. C. Harvey, and Mr. and Dated this 13 day of September, P. 0. Box 942 Starke FloridaOr
I -
dinneron family of Marietta, were visiting ,
were hosts at a birthday best man. i Mr. and Mrs. Dan Starling.The Mrs. J. Eunice. 1953. i ilOFFICIAL
Sept. 25 for Mrs. Parrish's' Following the wedding a reception monthly program meeting the E. J. Raulersons on Sunday.Mr. SEAL) Charles A. Darby Contact
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moselyof II
father. Fred Lang, of Maxville.I was held for relatives and of the First Baptist \VMU was and :Mrs. Tom Tatum and visited the L. M. By Marian 1.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Others enjoying the day with the friends. held at the home of Mrs. Arthur family were sightseeing in St. Jacksonville 9/16 4t 10/7 ;I WINTER'S FROZEN FOOD CENTER
I
guest of honor were Mrs. Fred I I Pearce Tuesday afternoon. An interesting Augustine on Saturday.Mr. Normans Sunday.
Lang arid John Wilkerson and, Out of town guests were Mrs. program about Thai- : and :Mrs. Benton Futch and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crews of' NOTICE TO APPniltIn I 4551 St. Johns Avenue Jacksonville Fla.
the Mrs. Maggie Circuit Court, Bradford ,I
Dale Mitchell, mother of Jacksonville visited County
family of Jacksonville. land was given by Mrs. Arwood, young son were Friday evening }Florida In Chanrerr. 'i
Pamela Kaye StarlingMr. bride of Lebanon, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith, Mrs. Fred dinner guests of Mrs. Joyce Futch Crews last Saturday. Bill did some Dolores L. MeBride. Plaintiff, \5.1 ,

: and Mrs. Steve Starling Jr. Mrs. Cecil Dobbs, Mr. and Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Joyce T. Futch, Mrs. and sons. painting while here. Lynwood Notice To W.Appear McBride Defendant. I ,:: .--:,- -'---- -- .- -- : !,=-:, -: :---,=.< ---' -.-,' :,.

announce the arrival of .a daugh- Casey Dobbs, Mr. and Mrs. Bur- Pearce, and Miss Terry. Mrs. Mrs. Jack Estes and :Miss Dor-I We are pleased to see the new, To: Lynwood W.Case McBride No. ,10-1199 whose '

ter Pamela Kaye on Sunday Dobbs, and Mr. and Mrs. Mor- Pearce served delicious cake and othy Swanbom visited Stephen I house for Mr. and Mrs. Charles l residence and address is: a/d3, ATC I I APPROVED ENGINEERED
ney
Clinic. Foster Memorial in White of'201 U. S. Naval Air Station, Corpus ,
Sept. 25, at Doctor's punch.P. Springs Starling going up southeast I '
ris Rushing, of Jacksonville, :Mr. Christi, Texas.
Dobbs Mitchell I T. A. Meets after the District Teachers meet- Highland. They are newlyweds You are hereby notified that a suit I

The Arline Dobbs home was the] and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt, Tallahassee The first meeting of PTA was ing in Lake City last week. married last August. We hope to of for minor divorce children custody, etc.and control I FACTORY FACTORY

setting on Friday evening, Sept. and Mr. and Mrs. Lester held in the school cafeteria Sept.I Sunday dinner guests of Mr. see the new home completed I Chas' been filed against you in the
B. Jr. principal!and Mrs. O. J. Phillips were :Mr. soon. (above named Court and cause' and I SERVICE PARTS
27. Hugh Ingram I -
you are required to serve '"> />nT ir r>r
.
of the school, called the meetingto and Mrs. James Phillips of Tampa Mrs. Lacy Norman visited her i your answer or pleading t;'the
I Mr. and Mrs. complaint on the Plaintiff
Leslie Attorney
BUSINESS DIRECTORYFor order, since the retiring presi- Phillips, parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Grif-I j Gerald R. Hart. 202 Smith Building -
dent, H. C. Harley, was not pres- and Coleman Phillips of Waldo. f is, in Lawtey Sunday. They have Jacksonville, Florida, Washing, Painting, Repairing, Reconditioning
Miss Arthurine and file the original in the
Blanchard officeof
of
Reliable Dependable Service and Merchandise Shop ent. The newly elected officersare [Jacksonville, spent the been sick for some time and Ber- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 'Wrecker' Service
: Mrs. Ed Durban, president; weekend trice is not improving very much. or before the 17 day of October,
Starke Business Firms with her father, A. M. 1955; otherwise the allegation of
H. C. Harley, vice president; Mrs. and sister, Miss Enza. Blanchard'i She is the little crippled daughter -!I said Complaint will be taken as
D. A. Jones secretary: Mrs. Win- of the R. C. Griffises. She confessed by you. BRAKE TIRES IGNITION
Mr. and Mrs. David I This notice shall be publishedonce '
Parrish, treasurer. Supt. H. read, but if anyone wants
ton TESTING
Mrs. :Mamie Lou I Ican't each week for four consecutive AND STARTER
P. Morgan, guest speaker, spokeon Edwards of Jack- to write her she will enjoy having weeks In the Bradford County Tele BRAKE

HIGH TESTED WELDINGCAST I Segregation. A questionaire, Methodist sonville attended Church services at the I I letters read to her. j graph.Dated this 10 day of LINING TUBES GENERATOR
THICK WALL Sunday morning BATTERIES
pertaining to segregation, was Aunt Frances Norman doesn't 1955. september'l FEXDEU SALES
'(land:? were dinner guests of Mr. and (Official Seal) Charles A.
IRON BRASS filled out by those present. Plans'Mrs. Fred Moore. seem to improve much in her Clerk of the Circuit Court REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICALBODY
CONCRETEBLOCKS CAST STEEL were discussed for the Halloween I I I health. She is staying at Albert ,:By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I SERVICE SERVICE
Weekend visitors WORK
about 30 at the homeof
Carnival. There were I Norman's. Let's try our best not I II
CUMBER'SWELDING present.Mrs. R. L. McCall were Mr. and I I to forget these shutins we love.I'Ve I NOTICE TO APPEAR

SHOP Mae Wells, and :Mrs.I'Mrs. George McCall of Palatka,I I IMrs. also remember Uncle Tim la Florida Circuit! In Court Chancery.Bradford County Complete Lubrication Service

Phone 218-J Martha Bales and daughters, R. H. Outlaw and daughterof Blackburn, as he isn't too well .:Maude Eva Howard, Plaintiff vs.
AndREADYMIXED Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. ,William Martin Howard, Defendant.
Cor. 10th & Thompson were visiting Mrs. Ruth Barlow. C. W. Dehaven right on. We do hope they will all I Case No. 10-1110 DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS
in Middleburg on Sunday. i of Green Cove be better soon. Send them a cardor Notice T. Apneart
Springs. To: William Martin Howard whose Used Cars and Trucks
The C. B. Hiatt family spent' visit them, if you can. residence and address Is: 3S30 How- Reconditioned
I
,CONCRETEPhone the weekend in Crystal River with'I The Leon Starling family, Mrs.. There may be others I didn't ard Road, Richmond Virginia
Mrs. O. J. Hiatt. R. D. Suber, Mrs. J. A. Ogilyie mention but bring me the news suit You for are divorce hereby and notified restorationof that a I We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs

94 24 Hour Service :Misses Glenda Wilson and Minnie ( and Mrs. Donell Kite, all of Jack- by Monday morning, or leave it maiden same
sonville, has been filed against in the MOTOR CO.
spent you I HARDY BROTHERS
Sunday with Mr.
BRADFORDENGINEERING ALL KINDS AUTO REPAIRS, Lee Griffis were weekend at my mail box. above named Court and cause and
guests of Glenda's parents, Mr. |and Mrs. Luther Hilliard. The Leonard Normans have you are required to serve a copy of I
WRECKER SERVICE I Mrs. your answer or pleading to the
CO. Phone 9118 and Mrs. Clifford (Tex) Wilsonin Georgia Ann Sapp had as their new car back in good con- Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney I 600 Ave. Phone 69
Jacksonville. recent guests Mr. and Mrs. E. dition after the wreck their son Alan C. Winter. Jr., SOS Florida Temple ||*5fffii
E. Burney, Mr. and Mrs. Title Building, Jacksonville 2,1 I II
II THOMAS TRUCKTERMINAL David Kelley returned to' Lake- Vann was in a few months ago. For- Florida i
Burney, Mr. and Mrs. Bill and file the DODGE PLYMOUTH DEALER
where he will Bur wasn't hurt.I original in the office YOUR -
I land last Tuesday ney and tunately, Floyd even of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I
family, all of
OPEN SUNDAY be a student at Florida Southern Jackson- Mrs. Owen Marr and son of or before the I ,. ,,., ,. .
I '
ville -
1/2 Mile South on 301 College Hill ,of and Starke.Mr. and Mrs. H, A. Mims visited friends and relat1.es otherwise 21 day of the October.allegations 1955:of said '_ ,_' __ ", ,__ ._ .--__- '-_--_"_ ', -, _" __._-,5

Misses Geraldine Starling and here Monday.Don't .
12:30 8:00 P.M.
Sunday I I Mrs. Les Prevatt and daughter '-
Alma Privett attended forget Sunday School
7:30 10:30 A.M. : of the State Farm
Sun- 111
in spent
School and Church Highland 9:45 a. m. Worship Service

MARGE'S on Sunday. I day Griffis.with Mr. and Mrs. Willie a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Prayer I j VISIT CALL WRITE

Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Service each Wednesday 7:30 p.i

FULL LINE OF KING KONEGROCERIES and Mrs. Bryant Reddish were Mr.sons and of Mrs.Jacksonville Jack Reynoldsand m. Teachers Meeting each Sun-(

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert of Gainesville spent day 7 p. m.
the weekend with Mrs. Reynold's MARION FINANCE COMPANY INC.P. .
At Herb Drive In and Mrs. J. W. Wilson of
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mose- ,
WEST END .
Jacksonville.The
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ly Sr. plication' for Final Dlnlaar
Package Milk Shakes Leonard Prevatt family TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
GROCERY And visitors to Jack- Chtrles Brooking of Gainesville, I: Notice is hereby given that we O. Box 446 GAINESVILLE
business
were and M. D. Carter called ,have filed our financial reports as
on A. M.
KING KONES sonville on Saturday.Mr. 'Executors I of the estate of Noble I
.. Blanchard one day last week. Ray White deceased and have filed \
and Mrs. Winton Parrish These men were former residents our Petition for Final Discharge, I 218
DELICIOUS and family spent Saturday in and that on the 31st day of October, FR-65333TCOLLECT
of Lawtey. 1955 at 10 A.M. o'clock, or as soon PHONE
DRY CLEANING REFRESHINGYYYYYTYYYYTTYYYYTYTYYYYi Jacksonville with :Mr. and :Mrs., thereafter as the same can be heard,
John Wilkerson. The Junior Wilk-: Miss Jackie Harley, who is we will apply to the Hon. TheronA.
staying with her uncle and aunt, Yawn, Jr., County Judge of
Sunday
ersons of Maxville were Bradford County, Florida, for approval -
guests of the Parrish family. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker, and of said final report and for '

The James Walters family and attending school in Jacksonville, discharge This 28th as day.of such Executors.September, 1955. $25.00 S $300.00
LOANS
WE CALL FOR the Harold Eunice family attended j spent the weekend with her par- George C. White

AND DELIVER Schwinn Bicycles Homecoming at Maxville Church ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley. Olin W. White Sr.9/30 4t 10/21
Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
AND REPAIRING on Sunday.
133 l and Mrs. Joe Starling were Mr. NOTICE TO APPEAR .
Phone
SAWS FILED Stork Shower Bradford County
and la Circuit Court.
Mrs.
Charles Starling of ., _
I
NEW METHOD LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED Mrs. Ann Moore. Andrews stork was Highland, Mr. and Mrs. James Edna Florida E. :Kennedy In Chancery., Plaintiff. n.I I '0'O;; : : -- ..- :' :-__ ,' : _=:_::':: :"

CLEANERS Simpson Bike Shop the shower inspiration given for by a Mrs.lovely Preston Starling, and Mrs. Inez Kelly of [Preston B. Kennedy.Case Defendant.No. 10-1200

Bob Green 313 Temple Ave. S. Walnut StAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA at her home last Thursday Starke. Notice To Appear.To .
,Green Mrs. : Preston B. Kennedy whose
I evening. Games were enjoyed Charley Bowen has goneto residence and address is3311: : : Old Stove Round
Haleyville, Ala. to be with her Washington Street, Wilmington, I UpAT

daughter, Mrs. Ray 'Ackers, and Delaware.You are. hereby notified that aNow
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Rev, and Mrs. E. W. Wilkinsonand i!I BRINGS ONCE A YEAR
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:And Only Licensed/ Sanifone Dry Cleaners Have It! McDavid family spent, and Saturday Miss Catherine with BARBER -

1 'relatives in Brooker.We Court Street Opposite I

regret to report that Bus- Court House HARDWICK AUTOMATIC GAS RANGES

THE FABRICS NOT ONLY ter Bennett had the misfortune to I

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA
Page XIneICHURCHES
, FRIDAY.. OCTOBER 7, 1953


Methodist Church At The TabernacleThe ,...... ............... I at Starke, Florida this Sept. Z4,
Mrs. Kincaid Wins Hotpoint Range I 1955.tUlo'FICIAL.
SEAL) Charles A. rjarbyAs

Sunday School 9:45 a. m. pulpit of the Fundamental STATE FARM 1 Pr Marian U Crnnby.Clerk of Deputy said Court.Clerk
Morning Worship 11 a. m. Ser-I Gospel Tabernacle was occupied I 1I Chas. I: Hess. J04 Guaranty Life

mon by Rev. E. A. Sommer, father -.Sunday morning and evening by I Bids., Jacksonville, Fla.Attys. .
By Sirs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA for Plf. ,
of the pastor, on "The Man Rev. Syd Rees of Grace Baptist I I I /,3D 4t IS:tl

God Tried to Ki L" Church, Jacksonville Mr. Rees I NOTICE TO APPEAR

-- .. Directed recreation time by also taught the Adult Class during Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sink of In Clrrvlt Coirt. Bradford C.nary<

s. Harry Green, 5:30 p. m. Supperfor Bible School, prior to the Starke were supper guests of Mr. Thomas Floridai Irvin In Butcher.ChiDrtry.Plaintiff, vs.

Revival ServicesAt Hi WaY Chapel Intermediates and Seniors morning worship hour. I and Mrs H. D. Starling last Fri-'Susie Butcher Defendant.Case Xo. 19-12JJ(

Assembly of God 3:15 p. m. Worship Service for Communion was observed at the !day.Mr. hatlrc T. Appear.To .
Raiford BaptistA MYF groups 6:45: : p. m. Eve- conclusion of the 11 o'clock serv-I and Mrs. A. T. Thornton I : Susie Butcher, whose residence -

Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn ning Worship 7:30 ice, is first'and little Rivers Park, and address is: Mountain
two weeks revival meetingwill : p. m. as customary on the I' Billy of Auburn- Xorth Carolina.

begin at the Raiford Baptist ing Evangelistic Worship Service 11 a. m.7:0 Evening p. m. ; Tuesday 9:30 a. m., ws sPrayer Sunday in each month. I:dale and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. suit You for are Hereby notified that a-

Church this Sunday Oct 9, Council r. Group.Wednesday There will be a guest speaker!Rivers of Graham were Sunday Divorcehas
Woman's Missionary "! !I next Sunday fcr both services. I been filed against you in tb.
with E. Olivein fi 3:30 Chil I II I
Evangelist Floyd p. m.
of Mr.
meeting Wednesday 10 a. m. ; guests and Mrs. P. S. above named Court and cause and
charge. He has held pastoratesin Midweek preaching service -_ ._ .( dren's Bible Story Hour. 7:30: p'l I I The Saturday night Youth Crews. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Shaw vou are required to serge a copy of
m., Bible and Meeting was prepared and conducted I your answer or pleading to the com
Nashville, Tenn. and Birmingham Study Prayer. ,
,
7:30 m.I'r'esbYterian .. plaint on tho Plaintiffs Attorney
Thursday p. '
... '4 ; '... I i i W. B. of LaCrosse visited the Crewseson
by and
All and for the past 15 years ,\ Thursday 6:30 p. m. Youth McKinney J. Donald Gibson, 100 Smith Bids.
has been in full time evangelisticwork. rrot -.": Choir rehearsal. 7:30 m., Chancel -Morris Brackman Jr. and proved I i[I Monday Jacksonville Floridaand
p.
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1t"
| Church :- file the original In the officeof
interesting especially the Bible Mrs. Mack Sweat, who has been
rehearsal
I I T Choir the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor
Thursday night, Oct. 13, the I I -. Quiz. I,ill for two weeks, returned to her before the 31 day of October i.j:
Saturday-Adult Choir practice otherwise the allegations of
job in Starke Monday. said
The
church will give special recog- Thursday afternoon Prayer I II I Complaint will be taken
I I as confessed -
nition to members of theAmerican 3 p. m.Sunday t ,c stationed in Norfolk, Va. but was II Meeting continues to be an important !I Mrs. C. A. Addison, who has by you.

Legion who are present at School 9:45: a. m. Morn- i ';" aboard a ship that docked at May- I part of the Tabernacle spent three weeks in Jacksonvillewith I This notice snail bll publishedonce
i iI ( each week tor four
ing Worship 11 a. m., "The Church port last week. He was able to |work, the her consecutive
the service. The following Thursday I I as members and others daughter, returned home :i weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
20 and the Covenant" Youth Fellow get leave and come to Starkefor meet to consider the needs spiritual -;Sunday. rap h.
Oct. special recognitionwill I I Dated this JS!I of 1S55.
Gibson War- i day Sept.
be given to those present ship 6 p. m., Gerry ,. a brief visit. While here he and physical, of those I Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Griffis and (OFFICIAL)::AL) Charles A. Darby
...
ren and Bobby Allwood. hosts. ,'g accompanied his sister Pauline { to I Clerk of the Circuit Court
who are members of the Masons a.ars+. brought attention, and seek to children of Lawtey have moved to
and Eastern Star. I Evening Worship, "Rest for the u '. ,; !Marshall and a party to Gaines-I laid them. 'the Farm. We hope they will enjoy I'By Marian L. Crosby Deputy i/30 4t Clerk.10/21

Services begin nightly at 7:30'I Christian." I : ville where they enjoyed social I| I the new home. I

Rev. John T. James, pastor. Tuesday 8 p. m., Circles of the : ; courtesy at The Ranch. j fTT..T.................I I i Mrs Seeb Rucker and childrenof I
I Women of the Church will meetas I Inez Hightower and Dorothy :I Jacksonville were recent guestsof I -------

BOATDRAIN BAPTISTTO follows: No. 1 with Mrs. B. Wilson will visit their Uncle John BAYLESSI her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
HAVE HOMECOMING I C. Holtzendorf Jr.; No. 2 with Wilson in Tallahassee this week-': Bradley. I j COLONIALFLORIST
Mrs. Jeannette D. Kincaid (left) of 409 N. Walnut St., Starke has ,I
All-day Homecoming services [Mrs. T. I. Mersereau; No. 3 with i II end. Inez is one, of the employees'j Rev. and Mrs. :Malcolm Gul- '
I ( By Anna Ruth
been declared winner of electric in Hotpoint's Crosby
will be held at the Boatdrain Bap- Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf Sr. a pushbutton range in the RJE Cafeteria. Dorothy is | ,braith of St. Augustine were Sun-i

tist Church on Sunday Oct. 9. Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Prayer $2,000,000 Golden Anniversary national contest. Warren Winkler of a recent graduate of RJE and JAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjAAAAAAA i;,day night guests of the O. E.

Sunday School and Morning Wor Meeting and 7th study in "You Winkler Electric Service, local Hotpoint dealer, is seen above pre- .plans to enroll for tailoring at ] Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and ,Crosbys. I

ship at the regular time. Dinneron Can Witness" led by Elder W. T. senting Mrs. Kincaid with certificate for stove in foreground. Florida A & M University second j i daughters spent last Sunday with I| Mrs. R. S. Rosier is enjoying her I

the grounds at noon, and sing- Jackson. Winkler announced that official contest judges in Chicago selectedKincaid's semester. I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newmans ,vacation this week. Mr. and Mrs. PHONE 218
ing in the afternoon. Everybody Thursday 3:30: p. m.. Junior Adult Education ;I Rosier and daughter, Mrs. O. B.
from this imme in
Mrs. name as having the best prize entry Gainesville.

welcome. I Choir practice. diate dealer area. Winkler's sponsored the Starke contest as part of Your presence is more important -I i Mrs. Mizell came home last Thompson|Silver Springs and Saturday.children, went to (i)

than your registration fee. If I week and was accompanied home
the company's national Anniversary celebration. Other prizes now I j Quite a few of the Farm resi-
I you do not have $2 for the year's by her son-in-law and daughter
being awarded to families in the U. S. and Hawaii include four com-I :dents attended the revival in Lake
registration come out Mr. and Mrs. T. B. and FLOWERSFor
; anyway. Sapp
furnished electric homes 50 kitchen-laundries, ,Butler and Raiford last week.
pletely pushbutton
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE Did you know that 61 persons family of Tampa. I
and almost 5,000 major appliances. have paid their fees for Adult I Mr. and Mrs. Elixson of Lake All Occasions

FLA. I The Hotpoint contest was designed to dramatize 50 years of progress -,Education in our division in Brad-[Butler visited the Bobby Cros-II In Circuit Court, Bradford County
I DISH GARDENS
in electric world's first electric ford County? Twenty-one of these bys last Florida In Chancrrr.Elvie
living. Hotpoint pioneered the I | Tuesday night. :; L South. Plaintiff. William
'I range and full automatic dishwasher.VVVYYYVVVYVYVYVYVVVVYVYVVVVVVVYVVT. paid persons are in Lawtey and j Miss Anna Ruth Crosby spent South Defendant. POTTED PLANTSPOTTERY

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor 40 in Starke. Why don't you at- last Friday afternoon in Waldo'I Order Of Publication Case And Xo.Notice 10-1219 To

.......' ...... tend school regularly and get with Miss Jean Johnson.Mr. Appears State of Florida Tat
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town the full benefit of your money? and Mrs. Duke DuBose and I William Sooth whose residence
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I land address is: c.o Mrs. Edna Og-
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Much can be offered that will daughter of Jacksonville spent ler, 1416 Clark St., Cambridge. Ohio Flowers ''YiredAnywhere

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy help you. On last Thursday guest Sunday with her parents Mr. and October You are 31, 1955 required in the to above appear named on

consultants included Joseph Greene Mrs. 0. R. Alvarez. Court and cause wherein plaintiff
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Ozora Johnson. Editor
seeks divorce and
I. teacher of economics and eighth The Randolph "Crosbys of Max- custody controlof

Sunday School 9:45 ilL Training Union 6:16 P.M. .'. . . . ,-----. -----. -.-.-.-.-u-LU UU grade, and Bettye Jean Thomas,:ville and the John Kellys of Johns Bradford minor children.County Telegraph shall Nona St. StarkeThat's
1------------------------- teacher of home economics. A town visited Mr. and Mrs. C. C. publish this Order in next four .
Midweek Service Wednesday 8:00 P.M. 'Change in District Meeting |chell was named chairman of the I weekly issues. -, _. -----. ,,--.
class in homemaking was organized Crosby last week. Witness my hand and official seal ,. ".'- ---_/
District 5 of the Florida State entertaining committee. Sister El-
which will include sewing, upholstery Misses Mary Alyce and Beverly -
WDVH at
Hear the Service
Sunday Morning over
Teachers Association will hold len Holmes was elected recording
11 a.m., Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. its annual meeting on Monday, secretary. meal planning, budget- Jo Crosby of Jacksonville Our Business
ing for the family and home reno spent last weekend with their
Oct. 17, at Howard High School Henry Bryant treasurer; Sister vations generally. The classes in family. If It's Glass We Have It!

;1. and Madison Street Elementary in Wade financial secretary; typing are largely attended and The new time for BTU is 6:30p. c' imi CALL WRITE or VISIT
I Ocala. The day will start with I Annie B. Aaron, Vicepresidentof will meet for the benefit of the m. and church services at 7:30p.

committed meetings at 8 a. m. P. T. A. Sister Mitchell was Lawtey persons on Wednesday, m. Prayer Meeting at 7:30 p. Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR

"Insurance Free of Cost"Will at Madison Street School. Principal ;also named reporter for the PTA which means that you can get m. also. Sunday School 10 a. m. .

y- Lillian Bryant has given for this term. Upon declining, typing on Tuesday Wednesday, and Morning Worship 11 a. m.YOU'LL .
be Pastor's Subject at the 11 O'clock Worship Hour the planning committee access ,to .Silvia Merredean Price, assistant and Thursday of each week. Now ANY GLASS NEED

the "L" room of the school. All I teacher, was named. It was decided -:that revival season is just about We Design Modern Store FrontsitF
Are you Insured against Fire, Theft, Death? the teachers of Bradford Countyare
that PTA be held M.oI.daynight over we are expecting'Sister!. LOVE the new Ester Just Mail Us A Pattern for
"Guard Your heartSubject! at 8 P.M. asked to pay the district fee after the third in Table
Sunday Crumb and Deacon Solomon New- brook pane-size fountain pens In Tops

First Baptist Church Hampton of 25c on or before Oct. 10. More each month. The officers will be I I man, pd other ardent church- pastel shades. Only $2.58 at'Bradford 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353

than 600 hundred teachers are duly installed at the next regu-I goers. County Telegraph. I
expected to attend this meeting.I lar meeting by Supervisor John
.This message tells you how you can_be'- FREE! Mayor R. C. Cummings has been' son. AU patrons are asked to

asked _to deliver the keynote ad- support the PTA.
Sunday School 10 A.M.: dress at 9 a. m., after which departmental -I RJE. consolidated PTA
was heldon
Union will be held.i
Training 7 P.M. meetings
Wednesday
Oct. 7, with Presi-
Music will be, furnished by music
dent Sophia Royal Presiding. The
"Hour of Power"w
teachers in several counties and
business of"the meeting will be reported
will include a presentation by '
Wed. P.M. in the next issue by the 1
w.
Minott music for
E. E. specialist
.
reporter Frances Jenkins. Pauline
Marvin Faile Pastor Bradford County. Persons to ap-I Marshall, secretary; Henry Bry-I IIIII/ Il'

\pear are: A. B. Anderson F. S. ant, treasurer.On ::111111111//i//:.: :., lllllill.hI Il.r ,
"Every Visitor An Honored Guest"DID Pierce, Bettie L. Horne, Ozora 1111 walll/ : Il"II//j4
.4 r Johnson, Mable Jenkins, Zeporah last Tuesday an interesting 1 >1 I I II...
M It PTA meeting was held at Hamp- II< ,
Jennings and Mildred Turner. I r / 11 fJ ,
ton
Training school. l
may be remembered that this According 11
group, with the exception of to Principal M. Taylor all patrons iI e l

YOU KNOW A one teacher won the first prize have joined hands and promiseto

] last year in Orlando at the FSTA support the school program.
Music Festival. Supt. Morgan has authorized some 1 1fll

IT'S ALMOST HERE ? 'Six Weeks of School I Prof.improvements A. O. Jenkins on the contractor building.I ;;;:

Friday, Oct. 8, will mark the I r
will have charge of renovations I
end of the first six weeks of I
He is also tearing down the old
school for the children of f
WINTER! Brad-I school which will be remodeled
ford County..Report cards for
special education and office
issued early next week and 'l.1
'
I for supervisor of instruction. Ac- 11,1
to parents. All parents are. asked I 1 Ia.l .
cording to Prof. Jenkins and
FOR THE to read the cards and evaluatethe
workers this building will not be
\ findings critically. Please note
ready for occupancy before the
SAFEST QUICKEST CLEANEST the section: Remarks. If you
last of this year. At present the
have would like to make,
any you
classes in special education and t
HEAT YOU CAN HAVE I Ito the teacher of your children, the supervisor are in the libraryof ;:r i: fi
write them down. This is a meth-I RJE school. 1 1,11,

od that will save: you a visit to
the school. It there IS anything Church News
G-o Gasr New Bethel Baptist Church will tN.
,you think any teacher should I hold regular services on Sundaywith ; ,.,,
know about your child tell them
I now so that they can help them Rev. A. Vinson pastor in
before it charge starting with Sunday
overcome the problem
I! School at 9:30: a. m. Deacon ti
to .
is too late. Parents are urged
: ;Hankerson, superintendent. Plans
r, e i I sign and return reports promptly.
EVel'bady .are being completed for Women's
Stork Visits I
'Day on the third Sunday of thismo'hth.
; On Sunday, Oct. 2, the stork
I Speakers and other -
I participants
delivered bouncing boy to Levy
About I a I will be announced later.
Talking t.; and Beulah Lennon at the Starke
|I Mt. Moriah Methodist Church
Maternity Hospital. According to'I Rev. D. W. Demps pastor, will : > .
mother and son I I
recent
reports hold regular services all day Sun- .AR7I
I are doing fine. Cigars will be >'day.' Love Feast and Holy Com- 80 :
Qurharn out Levy to his friends
passed by ,
:
munion will be two of the fea- .
;
and neighbors this week. A shower /tfOTO.e
0 O/
I is being planned by the principal tures.both Rev.services.Demps The will women officiateat are r Wise .W E ArH (

i of Lincoln City and the patrons.
organized for the Women's Day +
Beulah Lennon is the regular ,
II i
Ion Fourth Sunday in October. a
rVL s first grade teacher at Thurston //EASIER STARTING
I[Persons all over the state are
Best wishes to the
I Elementary. I|being contacted for participation. sa.r -

happy parents. (This is expected to be one of the u ...tom t. "UP TO 45% LESS OIL CONSUMPTION

Important Meeting j!biggest events prior to confer- $> ;:

1f' I Principals and Supervisors allover i I I ence. All members and friends are << ;. ; 40% LESS ENGINE WEAR _
the. state will hold their urged to support this program. << 'iev ;a r iv --

regular convention in Jackson: :j Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church ts ?a LONGER GASOLINE MIlEAGE _
ville. Oct. 20-21. Those expectedto I Rev. John Groover pastor will :

I, attend from Bradford Countyare ;hold services on Sunday. This will
: C. C. Anderson, Eddie Thomp- be the last Sunday for members At this time of year your motor may be quite cold

il1 kins, Ozora Johnson and. S. C. :to pay dollar money. Sunday when you start it, but moments later burning

I j Price. School will be held at the regular
;
gasoline creates high engine heat.It takes a special :
I P. T. A. & Hobby Club Chit-Chat hour with Supt. Homer Williamsin

I The Hobby Club at Lawtey, charge. Sister E. Givens, teacher kind of motor oil to protect your engine at such

I[Training school was organized | of the adult class, is asking opposite extremes. ;

last Tuesday night. All persons I more parents to come with their '
[present pledged themselves to children and sit in her class. They TROP-ARTIC All-Weather Motor Oil gives this

support this club which has as its )would like to keep the banner. On full range protection. It's a winter and summer oil ;
main objective School Beautifi-'Monday, Oct 10, Rev. Alphonso IT'S GUARANTIED! Change to TROP-ARlit: All-Weather :

cation.' Principal Anderson and IJenkins, pastor of Greater Anti- Motor 03 and use it for ten days or up to 1,000 mflej. If you in one. It resists thickening when it's cold. .-.

Want to heat your home better faculty are working with this och Baptist, will deliver a.fare- aren't completely satisfied that TROP-ARTC) lives up to aU the resists thinning when it's hot. It lets you start 4. ,

et less cost with greater conven I group. Iwell sermon for Rev. Groover in dawns made for It. go to any Phillips 66 Dealer and he will drain easily! always. and compared to older types of ,.

ience? Then come in and let us tell The PTA of Thurston Elementary -|an effort to help him go to his and refill your crankcase with any other available on you prefer. _
you oils it double life!
about Dearborn school held a called meeting'annual conference with a round That's how sure we are thot you'll be delighted with the performance can even engine .

Area Heat! en Tuesday of last week to complete report. TIle choir and members of you get from TROP-ARTIC Afl-Weother Motor OiL We PHIWPS PETROLEUM COMPANY

I old business. President E. the church will accompany Pas -'
itl!
guarantee
1 1r 'L. Walker asked for disposition of tor Jenkins. The general public is
r PRICED FROM 24.95 UP i
!past due bills. It was moved and invited to support this, the last J ,
/ ;seconded that all bills be paid service for the conference year of --- -

,A finance committee was appointed Rev. Groover. IT'S PERFORMANCE THAT COUNTS!

which included Principal Price, Weekt'nd'bitors .- .
i
SLADE GAS CO.
I i iR.' Jackson, H. Bryant. The trustees Seaman First Class Horace PHILLIPS 66 PRODUCTS ARE DISTRIBUTED IN STARKE
elected for the I
year were: (Skip) Royal visited his mother,,

Starke. Florida i'Bros. Aaron, Mitchell Pitman and I Sophia Royal and other relatives AND VICINITY BY JEROME JOHNS OIL COMPANY

Sister Brooks. Sister Janis Mit during the past weekend. He ia






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BBADFOBD OOmmTEUlGIW'D.. STARKE. FLORIDA
PAGE TEY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1935


'I Rites ThursdayFor Remember The Good Old Days? Christian ChurchRev. I


LegionnairesLeave For MiamiConvention Roscoe GreenRoscoe 'Suday-<. J. 9:45 E.: Sherwood, Bible school pastor classes I I!'I'I'fli!I ALVAREZ' STORE SSSS&i I I I

Green, 40, a resident of ARE BUSY SATURDAYS GONE FOREVER? for all ages. c. W. Colsor., 3upt. .

Starke died in a hospital at Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening i!

Oteen, N. C. Tuesday night following worship, 7:30 p. m. Christian EE- 'I _

an illness of several Remember back when Saturday Friday. I II to go on.Automobiles. dearer 6

Department Commander Arch months. was the big, shopping day in 'I I To get some facts on the matter 'and good roads Bible Study p. m.and Prayer Meeting i i; Sell It Rent It Trade It

Thomas Jr. of Starke, State Legion I .}Ir. Green was born in Bradford town? the question was put to some 11 have cut the time needed to get 7:30 p. m. Wednesday.

head reports that the 37th annual!i,County on Aug. 1, 1915 and was Entire farm families came in typical Starke business owners,11 to town from hours to minutes. Church located on W. Call and I'I

'national convention, scheduled for!'''a veteran of World War n.I to do their buying of supplies, with these comments as the result 'Way back'when a trip to town Christian streets. A friendly welcome -

Miami during the week of Oct. 10. I I Besides his wife, Mrs. Marvel meet and greet their neighbors, : meant a lot of preparation (hitch- waits everyone. WITH A
TELEGRAPH
will be perhaps the largest ever Warren Green, he. Is survived by and "talk up a breeze. Towns- Friday BiggerC. ing up the buggy, for instance, to .I CLASSIFIED

held In the history of the organi I father and stepmother, Mr. people, too, did their shopping on G. Priest (Van H. Priest 10 say nothing of catching the horse) KINGSLET LAKE
his .
tion. Saturday to obtain the "Saturday Cent Store): "Saturday and Mon-I and then a trip over bad roads MISSIONARY BAPTIST I ---
za I and Mrs. Mallie Green of Plant I
activities! begin Only Specials" advertised by gro- day used to be our biggest days, which might wash out from a

this Pre-convention weekend with many Legionnaires -!City; and of a Tampa.sister, Mrs. JosephinePadron cery stores coffee at 19 centsa but now we are doing more onj I j I sudden rainstorm, persons came Sunday School 11 9:4D: am. Morning II Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place
Worship a.m. EveingService
I pound, for instance. Friday. to town a week 'and then
once
families from allover i !O WORDS OR
and their I LESS ONE INSERTION .
the'trip a.. Funeral services were held at The result was that Call Street:! I. G. Harris (Florida Theatre): I usually on'Saturday and made a 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Me

the U. S. making Cars from all of i I the Bayless Hiway Baptist Church was jammed from morning until "Saturday i3 still our biggest day,I holiday of' it. I each Wednesday 7:30'p.m.. Everyone -! EACH ADDITiONAL WORD 2fl

vacation jaunt. been noticed II Thursday'afternoon at.3:30 o'clock ,late Saturday night the old- but Friday attendance is up." I Shorter Hours welcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott, I OIIi"or'iT OP is PER CENT ov TWO OR MORK I> ERTIO\!I
the 48 states have I : ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS
OR
through Starke this week with Rev. S. F. Beard officiating.. ,sters talked crops, weather and Mrs. C. G. Barksdale, (Barks-I Then with more farm folks ',pastor. ADS >OT p.nD i IX ADVANCE

passing drivers wearing the,!i Interment was in the family plotin politics, the younger ones flirted, dale's Department Store) : "Our I working 6ff the farm, with the', !I -

with familiar their blue and gold Legion caps. !I Evergreen Cemetery at the I and the kids played wildwest trade is spread out' during the shorter hours, trips to town became I TWO YOUNG MEN I Sober reliable S.\LEo Ol\man WANTED for combination I LICENSEDWELL.Jordan. A\e DRILLER. Sar

will the Notre Dame-'I State Farm with DeWitt C. Jonesin :games around parked cars and entire week, rather than having more frequent and less of i I ENLIST IN ARMY Debit. Starke and Lawtey, vicinity. Phone 3j 62.: Mlro.guarantee.'e. Fla.Water 11 2:
see
Many charge of 'arrangements. buggies, after seeing the matinee most of it event. Call 63S11 or Apply 6-7 Vidal '
Miami fottball game tonight in the I on Saturday. an j I i Jack Southerland and Curtis I Building, Gainesville for inter- FOR SALE-m! !* Xa.h ,.,,,
BowLCommander I j Pallbearers were Charles, Del- film featuring Wm. S. Hart. W. H. Graham (Alvarez Men'sClothing The matter of paydays enters i I i Muse Bradford County registrants '. ,view. 4tp 10:14 s.up.r. radIO. heairr. good Statin,','ud!.

Orange bert, Purvis, and Idell Green, Back in those days the mer- Store) : "Saturday is still the situation, too. i j i recently enlisted for a'i tion. Dot Eiland Hampton. Fia
Thomas is on the official I> and Alvarez. chants counted on Saturday for here but think With -_._ it!,
Billy Bobby our big day it one large employer paying :three-year term in the U. S. Army. ,
program to address the combined -, I a large part of their trade and|,might be a good idea to stay Qff on Thursday, then Friday,They will take their eight weeksof S.lUTOG.IIElGlITS I FOR ton.SALE-2 S al're, mile south of Hamp-
3SOOl
delegates of the Legion and County Asks Bids often kept their doors open until open a little later on Friday, and has become a logical shopping basic training at Ft. Jackson UNITN0.2 I 1615... 5. J16th St..Jo"* B l.audnII. om.--

its Auxiliary on Monday morningat 10 p.m. or even later. close that much earlier on Satur-I day. Another pays off on Friday S.C. iI i Three bed room niasonrr home : Fla Hp )11 ':'
11 o'clock. His welcoming t iOn New Bulldozer All Changed with Douadf'r construction InMarLe .
day. Saturday off, and so again | Charles H. Beasley, a graduate FOR SALE-A. dan, !i.P >-,'.
speech will be broadcast.The i Now, however, all that is > newcM addition. Priceto i i All plaMu. alm..M
Saturday Fading Friday is the logical time to do I n. n *ii.staliat
of BHS, recently applied for a | trtcrano $10O W with application pine silk ..
>
Board of k
*
Bradford hthiUv
local Jones-Langford-VVhite I I< The County changed. Irvin Robbins Robbins' the the to purchase $ O.OO ID maui
( Depart- buying for family. I II technical school of his choice othei plain in ds Phm, .97 '
Post Commander Gibson announces some exceptions Satur- ment Store) : "Saturday seems I But there are a lot of othei' through the U. S. Army. There Buy now aad fttlrrt the Interior D.idd K>'< '" ti> H.MghfUp
that the regular meeting scheduledfor authorized the issuance of invita- day has now taken a back seat to to be fading out as the big shop- factors to consider. color and tile for bath andkitchen. i
than 175 different
are
more
Oct. 11 will be postponed until tions for bids for a new bull-dozer Friday as the big shopping day types See the plan, Leep :
,
We would be
I ping day. willingto I Nowadays, with TV in rural ,I of technical schools open for high thru rrnlKht and make yourselection. .
Oct. 18 to permit members from The invitation calls for a 'dozer of the week, and the chain gro- cooperate with others by ac- homes, and town a matter of justa school graduates. K you want to OWN --- -

L here to attend the convention. As in the 32.000' lb. class; bids are to cery stores have changed their'Jknowledging I the fact by staying few minutes away, the old-time I Any young men interested in j a home, It thin.FLORIDA Mill. par )ou to inventlgate '_ FI i//
of good will the local be opened November 7. closing hours to fit the newshopping I
a gesture open both Friday and Saturday thrill of going to town on Satur- attending one of these schools.
post commissioned Bill Sot to habits. until 6:30 'I : REALTY CO.
nights : p.m. day seems to have lost its lustre. may see the local Army recruiting' '
print a number of window cards of the Legion tract on Temple Friday the chain stores stay Of StarkeReal
A seed, feed, and fertilizer mer Then here is the matter of the sergeant for more information !
on
welcoming the out-of-state Legion- Avenue have been set by the post open until 9, while on Saturday! chant stated that the weekend long weekend, with many families 'Tuesdays and Fridays in Starke. ,' Estate Broker I L-------1

naires. These have been distributed -I executive board. Currently the they close at 7; most other stores question did not affect him, as I going away for the two days, and,I : ass Temple Ate. Telephone 3S3

along U. S. 301 and State 100. members are working on a picnic including the clothing merchants,, most of his trade is on Monday. doing their shopping before they PROPERTY CHANGES hANDSI !Marke, Florida Evinrude Motors

Anyone wanting a window sign! isasked ''area on Georgia St. still retain a later Sat
closing on Why this switch from the tra AT INDIAN BEACH I Parts
at go.But FOR SALE-New 8 x S x 16 Ton- Service
Mr. Soto phone
to contact urday ((7 ) and close on Friday ditional
p.m. I
| WA.'TID'PFCAXS Saturday as a trading dayto whatever the cause, the old I crete block 19c. Cement $1.40
178-L. S. E. Simmons of Koch'sDrug i I at 6, although there is a move Friday? crowded town on Saturday night In one of the largest recent per bag. Mortar Mix J1.2S per

Store donated materials forthe No quantity too large or too afoot now to close 30 minutes I 11 One 11 real estate transfers, John N. ana bag. Bradford: Engineering Co.
I Ir person's guess is about as I seems to be a thing of the past phone 94. Starke. tf Zimmel RunaboutsFRED'S
signs. smalL Cash market prices. See earlier on Saturday, and stay good as the next one's. just another closed chapter of the Elizabeth H. Blow, of Duval

Gibson also announced that preliminary us before selling. Dillard Keene, I open an additional half hour IWoman' I However, there are some facts I"good old days" of yesteryear. County sold to M. V. Joiner, also FOR SALE-Encyclopaedia Britannica .
29 volumes.. eleventh 1 edition.
117 W. Brownlee, Ph. 187.
plans for the development of Duval County, two parcelsof India paper issue. Knight Templar MARINE

__ I land in the Indian Beach Sub uniform complete. Size 40. Good
4 Club I New FFA Projects I SAL Assessment division. Condition Phone 207-W.2tp 10/14 CENTER

Past President Aid Chapter FundsThe The property consists of about j I
&
Temple Pratt
N-O-T I I-C-E Reviews YearMrs. Will Mean Boost 152 1-10 acres, and the selling BILL SOTO StarkeI

donkey Softball game. spon- price, as indicated by stamp taxes .

Jeannette D. Kincaid, immediate sored by the FFA Chapter last To City Tax Roll on the deed, was in excess of SIGN SHOPOne acreage WILL BUY, vacant from or Improved owner, lots prop.or

past president of the Thursday night was a big success.I 25000. Mile South erty, within 35 mile of Starke. J.
E. Wall, 713 Laura St.,
or write
To The Growers Who Sold Their Pecans Starke Woman's Club, has pre- Total gate receipts were, $143 and I The City of Starke will receive.] WANTED PECANS On Keystone. Highway Gen. Del.; Starke. tfchg

pared the following resume of the chapter's share was $44.70. ;aver 2,000 additional revenue, City No quantity too large or too I Phone 178-L RUBBER STAMPS made to order;

activities of the club during he j'Clerk Carl Johns told the Council -I..small. Cash market prices. See daters, numberers, notary seals
The facsimile
Through
chapter is now selling magazine All stamps. Bradford Ccuntjr
term of office: : Tuesday night, as the result of us before selling. DUlard Keene, Types SignsFOR Telegraph. tf
_
"At this time I 'Would like to subscriptions for Farm''a, greatly enlarged tax return filed I II 117 W. Brownlee, Ph. 187. Z& RAID ON
SAVINGS
give a of activitiesas I And Ranch. The school store is this SALE-Gym set with slide in I STONE KEY
the
partial report week with city by the Seaboard good condition. Phone 8S-J. Itp STATE BANK KET-
The GOLD KIST PECAN conducted by the Starke Worn running smoothly this year and Airline Railroad. w.C.T.u. i BER STONE FDIC.HEIGHTS, FLA. )'[E3I-

an's Club during my term as some of the boys are getting good The action ,,PIANO FOR SALE-Walnut Spinett.
comes as a result of Responsible party may have by
president ,for the years 1954 and experience working there. I the expansion of the city limits "IS IT WISE TO ACCEPT assuming payments of $".%6 per LET HANDLB J. D. OnOM. JB.
S TOOTl '
REVENUE FROM WRECKERS month; See in Starke. Gridley
55. Mr. Wood's classes CATTLB AN0
are building'thus putting more SAL propertyon Music Co., Inc. 1025 W. University HOGS

GROWERS "We are so proud of the lovely I a notebook rack for his room, and' the city's tax roll. AND THEN PUNISH" THF. Ave., Gainesville. Fla., Phone Uve Oak- Eeb 41.1:1 wi.-.....,
WRECKED ONES? Fr-2-4032. Itch
building which we own, as it. it is almost complete. ,I The new return filed by the Gal.erlU. Back FrMr

stands on the corner of Walnut I The next regular meeting will SAL amounts to $158,000; the (MRS. BESSIE LEE COlUENATIONAL : FOR RENT-Four room unfurnished u

and Jefferson Streets, a symbolof be held Tuesday, Oct. 11. I previous one was for $80,000. VOICE.) house month.one Phone block 137.of school J50 Itch per I FOR SALE |

You Can Expect To Receive Dividend high standards: in all worthwhile -' However, Johns cautioned the I,
I
projects in the entire com i Band Plans Show, Council that this added revenue ALL TYPES OF : ELECTRIC MOTORS SLAG ROCK

munity. Ever striving to help in had been considered in the proposed Rewound and Serviced
Checks In The Near For PKY Game
Very making Starke a better place in','' ; budget, and that it will only GL.A.S.SColumbia Excellent for Driveways

which to live and create a better I offset the discounts which will be I General fechin0 Work All and Parkways
I The BHS Band has been busy I
foundation on which to build our ;;allowed taxpayers for Work GuaranteedReasqnableREDSEAL
prepayment
Future this week practicing the show it I I Glass
citizens of tomorrow."It I of tax bills. Bates $3.00 Per YardIn
will present at the P. K. Yonge
is indeed a privilege to belong in Gainesville -I 5 Yard Lets
Friday
game tonight (
'
'- to an organization that is :[BETTER MANAGEMENT and Paint Co. I
I ). The band has prepared a Call
composed of such fine NEEDED WITH SWINEAS
women at
,show cased on" the popular song, ELECTRIC & MACHINE
home and abroad, always -'1 PORK PRICES DROP BILLY JACKSON
working
4_ I We in
"Dance With :Me Henry.,, Specialize StoreFronts SHOPF.

ter recreation for cleaner government for, bet-i I,, Falling pork prices mean leaner & House Glazing W. GRAUDON, Owner Mgr. Phone 165

programs our llth Grade Elects profits for the producer unless I I Temple & Pratt Pa. 397
-
youth, and general betterment of
GOOD WILL% USED CARS he's able RADIOS REPAIREDAll
to come up with some I
the American Home. I New Officer Slate top-flight production I South Marion St. Hake All MrtcU

"Below are listed some, of the observes J. E. -Pace, practiceS'1-I Phone 1227 11..1. charge curate 4

projects we have participated in At an election held this week! dustrialist with TM W.CHAS Call g C.. SHEPHERD. .
I the Florida Agricultural Lake City Fla. | gt rfc P* S3*
For A Good during the past year: the 11th grade at BHS elected the Extension Service. ,
POWER MOWERS For Rvt and
following officers: Joe Harden
I "Our club has cooperated in Better managing and obtaining :. Sale. We service what we selL

maintaining the Chamber of Commerce president; Maxie Andrews, vice the most out of feed are ways to Ave.Tiny's Service .Station, Temple-

USED CAR BUY office during the absenceof president; Gayle :Moore. secretary- keep the project in the farmer'sfavor THREE FRIENDS tfchg

Mrs. Howe. We helped to staff treasurer; and Harold Godwin, Mr. Pace has these sugges-I

See the mobile health unit during its sergeant at arms. tions to offer: BARBER SHOP BULL-DOZING FILL

visit to Starke. In hogging off corn, negin with 126 E. Call St. DIRT LAND CLEARING

"We have paid $80 toward the FineForfeitureFund feeder pigs weighing from 90 to Under New Management PHONE 414-J

BOB HAMMOND salary of the, librarian who looks Is LowerThe 120 pounds. For one thing lighter I Oyster Shell Peat Humus

after the library sponsored by |pigs don't have the power to break SPECIAL HOUSE FOR RENT-Apply at Bus fcldf. Sand -Paving Driveways

the club. We have spent 264.42 County's 'fine and forfeiture down the stalk. If pigs weighing All Hair Cuts 65c Station. tfchg

ATSIMPSONURQUHART PONTIAC'SUsed for new books up to Feb. 28, 1955, fund receipts for the month of; only 30 to 40 pounds are used, turn I FOR REXT-Newly decorated 6 OVID LEWISV.

"We have contributed $5 eachto September amounted to $1,178.59,, a few sows in the field for a short Shaves 50c room house. Three bedrooms. Madison St. Starke
( 2 baths. 1% blocks from schooL
Car Lot South Walnut Street the American Red Cross, Crippled according to Charles Darby, clerk time to get the stalk-breaking Complete orks 210 E. Adkins St. Key next PH. 336-W
on
Children ($25 to Children'sEmergency of the circuit court. operation under way. Be sure the door). tfchgWANTED 1 I

Fund), Cancer I corn is well mature; it's at this I $3.75All BAKERY FOR
Fund Darby said that this SALECompletelyequipped.
total
Most\ of our Used Cars are New.Car Trade-Ins, and is below FOR REXT-on Kingsley Lake: 3 .
Tuberculosis Seals, March of the stage that corn furnishes the most bedroom cottage. furnished. $50 Reasonable rent or can
average, but that fines'and Work
GuaranteedYour
have been thoroughly reconditioned in our shop Dimes, Garden Club decorations i' food value. I I mo. till May 1. Mrs. E. J. Dowl- purchase building if desired.
II forfeitures in October are already Patronage Appreciated ing Sr., 570 W. Call Phone 11J-J.: Sacrifice price. Sam Rosenberg.
and $3 for CARE packages to!'': considerably higher. Corn, says Mr. Pace, is a good ltchg Up

G. M. A. C. TERMS Korea. I I'I C of C Directors feed for swine, but it also has a 0. G. DIXON SPOTTED RED PIG taken up at my WANTED BUYERS FOR 22 Re-

"We paid $300 for furnishings I, number of limitations. Corn is an place. Owner may have by pay- volvers, 32 revolvers 2 shot 12

for for the nurses' lounge in the I To Meet FridayThe energy or fattening feed and noth- ing for feed and ad. D. J. Mar- gauge shot gun shot 4-10 gun,single 16 gauge shot single
tin. Rt. 1, Box 430, Starke. gun
ASK ABOUT OUR WRITTEN WARRANTY ON LATE
new Bradford County Hospital, ing else. It is low in protein and 2tp lOfT 22 rifle. Smith Shell Service Sta-

MODEL USED CARS and donated $50 and volunteer Board of Directors of the fairly low in calcium. For more FOR OFFICEOR tion, Lawtey. Ztchg 1T
:
PECASNo
I services to the summer youth Starke Chamber of Commercewill efficient gains, both protein and HOfV! quantity too large- or too smalL READY NOW for that special dinner -

USED CAR LOT PHONE 471a.a program. We sent $25 for Indian meet today (Friday) at 1:30 supplements should be fed in the for Cash market prices. See us be- Grade-A Young Turkeys.Double-Breasted Phone MU-4-
selling. Dillar Keene, 117 W.
.. relief work on the East Coastof p.m. in the chamber office. hogging off operation. Brownlee. Phone IS?. 12tp 1/16 4221, Opal's Turkey Farm, Flora-
home, Fla. .
---- -- -.ao----- - a i- Florida. Peanuts have limitations as a tf

I "We bought beautiful fedd. They are, low in Calcium, but FOR SALE-Four acre farm good HEAVY CROP OF PECANS for sale,
1954 Pontiac Star Chief $1895.00 a mahogany Plan Rummage SaleThe Sttvilnook I six room and bath home electri-I
on tree. nearly all paper shell var-
dining table for the club high in protein. Normally, it city. deep well. school bus iety. L. A. Wynn. Hampton Lake.tp .
at $172.30. Order of the isn't necessary furnish protein! FOUNTAIN PIN route garage chicken .house, cow I % 10/14
1953Chevrolet 2Dr. 210 1195.00 Eastern Star and hens. One mile east of
"Together supplement to feeder pigs in the DESK* SET Starke. Good Terms Henry R.
with the Juniors, we will hold a rummage sale on Friday FOR REXT-Two bedroom duplex
-- -- Dobbs. Route 1, Box %H. Starke.
gave a reception '! and peanut field. But, it's a good idea II ground floor, private entrance ,
honoring our Saturday, Oct. 21-22 and ftp 10/7
1952 Buick Super 4-Dr. 1095.00 teachers and school officers at'I Oct 28-29! in the Dicandio build- to see that the mineral box is full Tour private S04 S. Water yard. !St.' Unfurnished. )!>.
WANTED-Registered i
-- -- at all times. nurse for
BUS.
ing building next to the A & P. floor duty from 7
a.m. to 3
1952 Chevrolet Cpe. 995.00 Mr. Pace mineral favorite p.m. FOR SALE CHEAP-Frame store
Sport "Our recommends a Doctors Hospital
building was donated for Members wishing to contribute tf'hg building. to be removed from lot,
--- the Christmas party for underprivileged articles for sale are asked to call supplement for swine composed of: Point BULL came to cor. N. Walnut and Browlnee St. I
1952 2Dr. 795.00 equal parts of salt, ground lime my place. Owner Known as old Green's Store. Address -
Dodge children. I Mrs. V. S. St. John at 17-W. Is Availob'i! may have by identifying him. Adam Green. P. O. Rox 64$,
.
"We were very active in the stone and steamed bone meal. Marklee Starke. Fla.Starling, Rt. 2, Box 52P, or 657 N. Walnut St.. Starke. l

1951 Lincoln 4Dr. 895.00 1!survey which took place in regard Masonic Notice CHURCH OF CHRIST I Itp 4tchR- 10/2 ,
HAVE 75 turkeys. 4 feeder ,
and
pigs
----- to the immediate and most FOR SALE OR REXT-5-room house
C. L. Overturf Jr.. Minister one Guernsey!: yearling heifer.
1951 4Dr. 795.00 important needs of the community. Must sacrifice. on 6 acres. completely furnished. i
Pontiac Bradford Lodge F. & A. M. No. Sunday Bible Study 10 a. Thompson St. Enquire at 346 N. frontage on i lakes near Keystone \
The program for this lip. Heights3L L. Page. 3743 Lilly ,
survey &5 will hold a
regular bi-monthly Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening I rOAd, Phone Ex-8-Zii33. Jacksonville
.
-.. 195Ford 2-Dr. .. 595.00 'I was very successfully carried out ,meeting next Monday, Oct. 10, at Worship 7:30 p. m. BRADFORDCOUNTY FOR REXT-Five room furnished Fla. 4tp 10/28
apartment. 626 X. Church St.
E. L. Matthews
jby editor of the
-- - ;1:30 p.m. in the Lodge Hall, according Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 Phone 175-W. Will accept small FOR SALE -Several different kindsof
1950 Ford Convertible 695.00 Bradford County Telegraph, at to Worshipful Master'''p. m. : ahv or ('00 piE'. Itohe; Baled Hay. J. B. White, Rt.
I our September 1954 meeting, and I Gene Long. 2. ROT 73. Starke.: 2tp 10/14
-- Radio program, "Old Paths" FOR REXT-Two bedroom furnished -
since then has obtained nation I each cottage. $4*. Xo children, FOR SALE 25 ft all metal exterior
1950 Chervolet 1-2 Ton Panel 295.00 Sunday 9 a. m. Station
TELEGRAPH Available about Oct. 20. For Rent
wide interest. AU heads of local]I BANK HOLIDAY house traIler.11 modern con-
-- -- WDVH. Apt. Xo. 1. 3 rooms nicely furnished veniences. Ask to see "'. C. Boydat
government, civic organizations, WEDNESDAY $48. Xo children. Vi mile from
I I gate Camp Rlanding.
I lip I
1949 Chevrolet Fleetline 2Dr. 495.00 I
and educational departments were'' City limits on Bessant Rd. Rt. 1.
Box 440. Left turn at Call St. FOR SALE Double1 bed full size
-- --- -- The Florida Bank at
represented on the panel which : Starke
bridge. 1 mile.
tfchgFOR
1949 Oldsmobile 98 4Dr. 595.00 very ably discussed the needs for Ii will not be open for business next INKIER W.with Washington springs and Ave.mattress, cor. $13.Walnut 585
ELECTRIC SERVICE SALE-Three lots 100 ft. by
fit
Starke and Wedneday Oct. 12, Columbus : lip
-- --- improving Bradford 210 ft. In city. Terms. Phone

1949 Chevrolet Styline 2Dr. 395.00 County. i Day and Farmers Day, a legal 424-J. }tpFOLXD FOR SALE-One Spindry washing


.. "The Little Women holiday in Florida.Brownie machine. A-l condition. Call
---- were organized Aluminum window screen Z37- .
1946 Chevrolet 1-2 ton pickup 295.00 under the sponsorship of NJ17I. on Road 100 West. May have by Itp
oaying for this ad. A. D. Crosby, FOR RE-"T-Two bedroom furnished
the Senior Woman's
--- --- -- Club and are TroopAny Starke. Itp house. C12 Lake St Modern

1946 Ford 2Dr. 195.00 doing much constructive work in I conveniences near school. Adults.
FOR SALE Supro Electric Hawaiian
Mrs. A. P. Sauls, C33 McManon,
the youth recreation programs. ladies interested in a Guitar with case and amplifier. 13S-W.
,_o-p -a----tppa-t1tS-- "'-a4 _,p,_ _____ "Our Florida Federation Presi- Brownie Troop of girls aged 8 Like new. Real sacrifice to owner phone tfchg I
Bullington Studio and Gift
dent, Mrs. E. D. FOR SALE-Three lots, cor. N. Wal- I
We Have Several Older Model Cars at Prices Pearce, was I through 10, please contact Mrs. AND Shnn. Itrhg! nut and Brownlee St. with 1 frame !
guest of honor of the club at our Ned Yancey by Oct. 8. bungalow. 1 block house, 1 frame I
Ranging From I FOR REXT or FOR SALE-Xew: store building, 1 metal garage.
annual May Breakfast, and there I
three bedroom home r>n Lake near Knojrn as A. H. Green property.
were many other outstanding programs SEVENTH DAY TELEVISIONSales Kerstone. Phone 108, Dr. Bol- Address Adam Green. P. O. Box ,,
$45.00 To $150.00SIMPSONURQUHART during the year. ADVENTIST CHURCH ZENITH 17" .95 linger. Itp. 146, or 657 N. Walnut St.. Starke. 1
4tchg 10 2* :
Evanston T1814R 159
These are just a few of the I Services each Sabbath in the LOST-Frown pumpkin colored butt I I

highlights of the club year 1954- Old Masonic Hall on E. Call St. head cow. Finder notify Brad- WANTED-Housekeeper and companion :
I When Tour TV Needs
for County Sheriff's for elderly lady. Light
PONTIAC 55 which comprised, we feel, Sabbath School 2p.m. Preaching Service Call 166 and ServicessrrrrrrsssSSSSS office.2tp 10/14.I I housekeeping work. Live in and i

another year of usefulness and every week by R. L. Mathews, pas- salary. 504 N. Sinclair St. Itp :
rrflflflfl nfl rsr jssssss 4 STRAYED Red and White Cow in
service to the community." tor. Bible Study each Thursday 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke Florida my pasture for last S weeks. FOR REXT-Garage Apartment. i
Respectfully submitted, 7:30 p. m. A friendly welcome Owner can have by paying feed I Newly furnished. Apply at Gay's

.. --.-- -- -.P1 Jeannette D. Kincaid 'awaits everyone. I I --- bill 100. and this ad. Pinetree Inn. Rt Itp 'I Home Sts.Appliances Court and ItchgI MadIson






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