Bradford County telegraph
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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 28, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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new American Legion fair ground, it was Wednesday :.;:: ...; .. i' .. fjJl" "- > ft. I r ,
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8..r Fair got Into full swing.' But judging by the crowds .. ,- t ..... :_ .o- I ..,.. .-....
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night this year's fair is due to set new attendance t 4 .. .. ...i.f '
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,, concessions Wednesday. At left is seen a corner .1 ,HARVEY STARLING, Heilbronn 4-H Clubber,

of the merry-go-round, while the traditional iirris RUDOLPII SAPP, Future Farmer of Heilbronn gook a blue ribbon with his Chester White gilt, a

wheel looms in background. Profits from the fair section, poses proudly in front of fine White Rocks pictured alxne Livestock exhibits were judged

j + go to the non-profit Fair Association to be used for 'that won him two blue ribbons (.hanging on cages) //Wednesday afternoon. Blue ribbon winners rec-

J future development of the new grounds. in poultry division of the show. "fehed cash awards of $10.

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I 1 7RUDOLPH HUTCHINSON, Bajless Hiway Future Farmer (left),

Board AnswersRequest i I I,|Kingsley Family 301 Four-Laning I 'Strike Rich' I Civil Defense is for presented his seten-months-old a blue ribbon Black by Joe Angus Wood heifer., BUS agriculture instructor,

HurtAccident Family Given
BOBBIE SAP, Heilbronn Future Farmer (right), I is presented a

r Of SRD I:I In Urged, By Board ;i[,,Lodging Here Parade, ProgramSet his blue pair ribbon of Duroc by Paul meat Hutchings hogs. ITA advisor and ag instructor, for

r _f For Road List Mrs. Uriel F. Cleveland of The County* Commissioners in!i I A local motor court and restau- For Today
Kingsley Lake is on the critical list a resolution on Wednesday to the ,]rant contributed their share last

; land Mr. Cleveland is seriously injured State Road Department asked that weekend to getting the Edward

A list of five new roads to be !'I j as the result of an auto col- Highway 301 be four-laned from I;Prata family from the wintry Civil Defense Day will be observed @ .

built in Bradford County was sub-1 lision near Jesup, Ga. last Sunday. county line to county line as soonj weather of Brooklyn, N. Y. to the here today (Friday) with a pa-

mitted to the State Road Department I I The Clevelands,. their son, Jesse, as possible. sunshine I of St. Petersburg. ,rade at 1:15 p.m., a program in the

by the Board of County ,a daughter, Mrs. Wm. W. Baggett The request was part of the]j I Their 7-month-old child was !(ihigh school stadium at 2:15, cli- s9 L" .
I'''and three children of Callahan. resolution which named the ; maxed by the dedication of the
Commissioners in a special meeting l 15j[i.left in a weakened condition by I!
TEENAGERS Bobble Jean at the courthouse Wednesday, 'were returning from a visit with I miles of secondary roads which, an attack of pneumonia and doc- new ground observer tower locatedon i'w

The Board had received let- relatives in South Carolina when will be built by ,the State Road school property near the stad- -
a tors said
Oakes, Jerome Edwards, and Ar- i' i i the baby wouldn't live
|the accident occurred. It is reported Department. I!'
Wilbur Jones chairman !
ter from
chie Green were among the many jl 'through the winter in the north. ium.Mrs.
of the State Road Dept. asking ( that Mitchell Loper of Hortense, The SRD had asked that the, Marian Howe, county sup- _
Recently the Pratas
students who stopped for a chat appeared on
r Ga started to make a left turn on secondary roads be named; it said ervisor of Civil Defense, states
this week with Bobo the Robot the Board to designate in a!, ,the Strike It Rich television -
to side road and the Cleveland about program that the Color Guard from the
a nothing Highway 301. j '
in the
resolution 15 miles of i
roads to'
who all enter I and told how they'd like
corners as they
,auto plowed into the side of the But as one county commissioner I local National Guard unit, the
county which would be of "major move to Florida. '
tho fair grounds.Garbage High School Band, Civil Defense .,
Loper car. said in
suggesting that action be]
Importance to the welfare and I i j i their dream came true. I
I Mr. Cleveland, employed as an taken on 301: ] officials, state and local, and the'local

PitWill I county economic," and development asked that of the your information -,''electrician at the JacksonvilleNAS "We have to keep after them,I The Quality Motor Court organ- Civil Air Patrol unit will

: received a broken pelvis; or nothing will be done." ization offered to provide accom- take part in the parade. Miss ss, 1'y
be before Nov. j
Be DugAt 1. supplied I Mrs. Cleveland had both legs, a Recently a group of SRD em-1 modations for the family on the 'Sandra Johns will reign over the
I wrist and two ribs broken, have !I trip I South, and Saturday night day's events as Civil Defense !
ployees been
Lake : After discussion during which 'and also suffered internal injuries. surveying along|I the local Quality court, Bradford Queen. ETA EXHIBIT; illustrating contrast between old-stjle farm (left)
Hampton Chairman H. A. Bishop Jr. stressed j 301, but so far %s is known now, Luis and new farm (right) is exhibited above by chapter members Ronald
[Freddie Baggett was also hospital- no official action Motor Court was host to the I Maj. Zendigui, State Coordinator -
the point that the Board was!ized j for injuries, and others in the as yet .has been taken-..,Pratas their five children Mr. of Civil Defense, will make Brown, Henry Lawson, Sidney Newman, and George Griffis.
In an effort to improve'the san elected on a'cClunt1Adiot iaais and '
,car were only shaken up and bruis- I l Praia's I molKer, and a cousin, who ,the main address at the programin
itary conditions around Hampton :should act accordingly, it was decided ,ed. i i helped drive down. The Gold the BHS stadium at 2:15. He

Lake, a garbage pit will be dug I that a priority list of roads,j!! The Cleveland auto, a 1950 Board Plans I(,House Restaurant made its con-(will be accompanied by Lt Henry I SrI

by the county on land owned by set up on Jan. 14, 1955, be submitted 'Chevrolet( was a total loss, and the I tribution by providing Sunday J. Calnan, training officer. Sen.
Arch Thomas Sr to the SRD. It was stipu-i! Action Charley E. Johns will
To serve as
Loper car was damaged to ex- Open i for the family. | A+
Jack Trawick, county sanitar- fated also, that the SRD should tent of about $250. 'master of ceremonies, and others
[ Employment for Mr. Prata and
ian, appeared at a special meeting i,decide on which of the roads submitted I/ Rowe Road (: taking part on the program will be
[housing for the family was obtained
of the. County Commissioners on should be built first. I I'II Mayor W. T. Jackson; Sheriff P I r
Wednesday and asked that the pit I Here are the roads designated 'Officers Elected i i I through the St. Petersburg ,D., Reddish, county director of 3

be dug. The Board agreed to fur- by the County Commission: iI i By T. B. GroupMarvin 'II' The closjng of the toad leading!Chamber of Commerce. 'Civil Defense; Chas. S. Partin, |

nish the equipment and labor,' District 1: A road leaving road : to Rowell Lake was brought up I I I principal of BHS, and Rev. W. S.

needed for the project. I'I 301 about a mile south of Law- Elder was elected presi- ,for action at a special meeting of ,Partin Named McAliley.I 'tf.

While on the subject of garbage.I ley and running westerly a distance -{dent of the Bradford County T.B. the Board of County Commission-I 1' I CAP units taking part in .'
disposal and county sanitary con '' of approximately 3 1-2 milesto Association at a meeting held here ers Wednesday, as a result of For White House the! activities will be under the i d.i .

ditions, one member of the Board Heilbronn Springs. j I Ij Monday. Mrs. S. G. Denmarkwas several protests by Bradford Conference command of Capt. Bert Chnstof- -

said that while touring through I j! District 2: A road beginning at appointed chairman of the I County residents. I i l I i''fers of Keystone Heights. s rf t
Illinois he noticed that at regular i ithe Union Primative Baptist J(1955 Seal Sale campaign. She will In the discussion the Board : Charles S. Partin, principal of The new ground observer tower

intervals along the highways Church and running southerly and I'be assisted by the Junior Wom-,I learned that someone has erecteda BHS, was named this week by was converted from the former 4

there are notices which. state that I easterly to road 301, a distance of an's Club. barricade across the county road I;i iGov., Leroy Collins, to represent railroad signal tower, donated for!' <

anyone convicted of dumping gar- !:about 4 1-2 miles. J II Miss Frances Neel of Jacksonville !(which I leads from the Edwards'''the American Legion of Floridaat this purpose by the Seaboard,!' AirLine ..
bage or trash along the highwaywill District 3: Beginning at a point i field consultant with the !I Loop road to Rowell Lake, thus the White House Conferenceon [ when its new system of electric j-, Y

be fined $100. I I just south of Thomas Truck Stop ''Florida T.B. and Association, out- !J shutting off the public from accessto Education in Washington D- signals went into use here.
The City of Starke moved the
He said that the roads were ex- :,,and running southeasterly through lined the services provided for pa- the lake for fishing or other,C., Nov. 28-Dec. 1. 'tower to its new location and '
arranged -
tremely clean, and that it made ,[Lincoln City, distance. of approximately {tients in the hospital, -education,, !i receration. i I 1 i I Partin was one of 27 Florida 1 for a new foundation, catwalk 4I

persons in his party hesitant even I, 1 1-4 miles, and be- I promotion, and casefinflingl I( The road under question was educators, civic, and business 1 and other alterations.

to throw an empty cigarette pack''ginning at the home of Ernest through x-rays, all entirely fi- (built by the county and it also 'leaders, named by the Governor to| Mrs. Howe said that so far I

out of the car, and that perhapsthe i'Allen and running by the Bethel j nanced by the sale of Christmas i built a concrete cattle gap, the represent this state at the annual I around 25 persons have registeredas I 1

same stiff penalties here in'Baptist Church northerly to road Seals. I'Board.. was told by Chairman H.1:'meeting designed to investigate ground observers, and Mrs. PRIZElXl''L.'G
Bradford County might correct 235. a distance of 3-4 mile. :j!, ,A Bishop Jr. 'i j problems in public education and I Marguerite Hall as chief observer. I, BULL owned by FFA Chapter shown at fair

some of the disgraceful conditions I I District 4: A road leading from I Nine Arrests "I have always believed in the I recommend ways to correct them. At least 50 more observers are s by Glen Crawford, chapter treasurer. This purebred Hereford is loan-

existing here.Negro I the town of Graham to the Town public use of Lakes" Bishop said, ,I A total of 1,400 delegates will*needed, Mrs. Howe said. 'I ed by the chapter to any cattleman in the county for breeding purposes -

of Sampson City and a road lead-I[Result In Drive "and this road should be opened participate from the 48 states. I I A preliminary training programfor to improve his stock. The bull has won a blue ribbon at ttto

Sentenced ing along a grade known as the :Of Highway Patrol .up." ,I ground observers will be held I i State Fair, and brought the chapter $50 In prize money
For Entering Carl Johns grade to road 100, a:
Herlong HomeArthur distance of about 4 1.2 miles. I I i A drive to enforce the laws regarding leading from the cattlegap down|{Elks CollectingBox !jat 7:30: o'clock. Mrs. Howe an-(Sinclair Awarded Garden ClubiEndorses

District 5: A road leading in a driver's licenses, conducted I to Rowell Lake is owned by Maur- :, Tops For Dolls I jnounced. A training officer from 1 Hospital l ContractFor

Wilson, Negro; pleadedguilty westerly direction from road 18 ed State Highway PatrolmenCarlos ice Edwards and Bill Edwards, Jacksonville headquarters wills \ Moveoraear
Wednesday to a charge of!Must west of Graham then in a Musgrove and A. J. King and that they were against publicuse i The Elks Lodge of Starke conduct the program. Fuel Oil

breaking and entering, before Cir-(northerly direction back to road .this week resulted in nine arrests. of the road because of firesin I sponsoring a drive for Fab box I| !
'18 east Brooker distance of The Sinclair Oil Co. was lowbidder
cuit Court Judge Ceo. L Patten\ of a ;, Six persons were handed tickets I that area, allegedly a result. I tops to obtain dolls for the Christmas 'Circuit Court
about 4 1-2 miles. This is known on 10,000 gallons (more or
and was sentenced to five years at for "no driver's licenses" and After a long discussion, the baskets that are distributed' The Starke Garden Club at iU
as the Dedan Church Road. I The fall term of the Circuit. less) of No. 2 distillate for use
hard labor at the three for "improper driver's licen- Board authorized Chairman
state prison. Bish- meeting
Monday night went on
I annually. All women in the county Court will convene Monday, Nov. I in the boiler at the new BradfordCounty
in ses. op and County Attorney Hollis V. I i8 record endorsing the
Wilson had been arrested movement to
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH | are asked to save their boxI with Judge Geo. L. Patten pre-! Hospital, expected to open 1
connection with breaking into the During this operation, the patrolmen Knight to contact the property ,, obtain public park facilities on
siding. A docket is
Each Sunday morning from 7:30to : I tops and place them in the Elksboxes very light in December. Sinclair's bid was'
residence of Dr M. B. Herlong on also made numerous other owners involved to see if scheduled I i State Armory Board property at
:( although this week '
8 o'clock Faith Baptist Church :13.3 cents per gallon.
Sept. 29, in an attempt to commita k cases against motorists for other agreement can be reached before located in all local grocery 17 Kingsley Lake.
( for
will be heard station WDVH, supoenas were
felony. over traffic offenses. !taking more drastic aclion.COME stores. issued. At the last meeting of the A committee composed of Mrs.E. .
Rev A. E. Massey pastor j I I I hospital board, three local insurance A. Hall, chairman. :{rs. Charley

.I firms H. C. Wall I E. Johns and Mrs. Marian Howe

Agency Charley E. Johns & Son L was named to contact other civic
IN! 3eq, "Agency, and Doyle E. Conner ;'groups and obtain their endorse-

.Agency were invited to sit in ment( of this project

What would otherwise have beenan for a discussion of the hospital's i ( After the endorsement of these

uneventful day for Mrs. Anna insurance program. (groups has been obtained it is

a r ft Krause Hampton Junction store- The three agencies were askedto I planned to present the proposal to

Keeper, turned quite exciting about study the, program and submit the State Park Board with the re-
10:20 a.m. last Thursday when proposals for consideration at the[ quest that it take over develop-

John Wissel of Rosedale, N. Y. next meeting of the board' on 'ment and operation of the area as

drove his 1941 Buick smack into Wed, Nov. 2.Rotarians. one of the group of state parks.

t her place of business. ; I j Gen. Mark W. Lance State Ad-
nI t.
State Carlos : .... jutant General, has said
Trooper Musgrovesaid : that he
:t,, ... Hear
the accident occured when a feels sure the Florida Armory

truck going north on U. S. 301 .. ., :i CAP Discussion j Board would make the area, now
4I made a left hand turn onto the -- 'known as "Dead End Beach,"

Brooker road in front of the Wissel CapL Bert Christoffers. com- available for state park purposes.

i car. :Musgrove said that the truck mander, and Lt. Roy H. Brown- ,I: Mrs. Hall, chairman, said that

driver A. A. Weeks of Norman ing, executive officer of the Key- her committee would begin im-
Park Ga., "cut the corner," start- r. ,stone Civil Air Patrol were guests i mediately contacting other groupsfor

ing to turn before actually reach- '''of the Starke Rotary Club Wen- their endorsement of the project -
ing the road junction. In order to A nesday .
avoid a collision with the truck, R
Browning gave an interesting
Wissel swerved sharply and
appar- 'talk on the important role being C of
ently lost control, driving his car ; C Meeting
played by CAP as an auxiliaryto
into the front of the store. I
the U S. Air Force. : The Chamber of Commerce
to the store buildingand
Damage (For a more complete discussion ;i board meeting will be held in the
stock (see photos at left and e y .x.R of the CAP program see office Monday afternoon at 1.30
right) was estimated at $250. + '
article on page seven of this, 'o'clock. A report of the nominating
said that the truck
issue. committee and election of four
driver is charged with improper ) Inew' board members and officers
+ turning, and the passenger car Christoffers and Browning were
t a rI r will take place at this time. Plan
I | driver with improper passing. .r 1, e introduced by T. T. Long, who Ifor the annual membership ban
[. Their hearings are set for Oct 28. 4
had charge of the program. quet will also be made.Yoiige .


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last Thursday where they repre- Orange. Park Hospital Mrs. Wilkinson :Mrs. D. H. Hill, Council representative PAGE TWO FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1955XOTICE i\
sented the Maxville School at the is the former Miss Juanita ; :Mrs. Joe Lucas, Council is
editorialLet's Community Chest United Fund Denmark of Jacksonville. Alternate and Club leaders, Mrs. TO APPEAR plaint on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT.
V ILLE ; I. Circuit Court Bradford Co..ty Frank Landrum, Starke. Fla
Drive. The girls carried a contribution Willing Workers Club OrganizedThe D. H. Hill Mrs. Randolph Cros- Florida, IB CYaaeery.Adolf and file the original in tie office of
Drexler, Plaintiff, vs. Rose the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
C. B. Nolan of 24.38 from this Willing Worker's Club met by, Mrs. C. B. Nolan, Mrs. M. B. Drexler, Defendant. before the 14 day of Nov. 1955
Plow Under Words school. Their pictures appearedin last Thursday at the home of Whitehead :Mrs. A. S. Sego and Case No. 10-1153 otherwise the allegations of said
Times-Union Notice To Appear. Complaint will be taken as confessed -
The Florida last their sponsor, Mrs. C. B. Nolan.The Lonnie Harris.A by you.
To: Rose Drexler.
And Raise Some ActionIt spent the week- Friday, Oct. 21. age limit of the group was interesting demonstration on address is: Unknown whose residenceand once This each notice week shall for be four published consecutive -
'where he was Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carter changed and boys were added to the art of rug making was given snit You tor are hereby notmea that a week In the Bradford County

occurs to us that a fine way to observe FarmCity fiancee, Miss Judy spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. the club. It will include girls and by Mrs. Mills, after which refreshments Divorcehas Telegraph.Dated this 12:! day ,>f Oct 19a';;
Week, which is now in progress, in case family. Buford Higginbotham last Sunday. boys now from seven through were served. above been tiled against you In the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
named Court and cause and Clerk of the Circuit Court
afternoon Mr. and
haven't heard, would be for Democratic and Deanne Hill were Last Sunday twelve, and the teenagers are go- Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson you are required to servo a copy of By Marian L Crosby Deputy Clerk
publican leaders to stop arguing which party of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lonnie Harris had as their ing to organize their own club. and family. of_- Jacksonville_____n.___ visited___n_ your answer. or pleading to the com 10/U 4t 11 '4AH

hurt the farmer most and get together and and family at j and guests their Mr.grandson and Mrs., Larry Lacy ,Brown from The officers elected for the year Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham c" .-. _.", ._ __ __=_ _: _--_ __".:: .._ ==_ :-:_ =:1i.. '.-" ;
who can help him most. were: Billy Nolan, president; Bon- and family last Sunday.

Although it hasn't received as much Griffis has been Starke. nie Padgett, 1st vice president; Miss Kathleen Denmark of
Claude North, Roger North, Bobby Nolan, second vice -
as some of the thousand and one other the home of Mrs. Jacksonville visited Misses June
"weeks" that dot the calendar every year, FarmCity Mrs. Weeks'home Jewel tended North the football and Jean game Harris in Mac-at- and ; B.Carolyn F. Coleman Chilson, secretary treasurer.; and Shirley Higginbotham last TV Service

observed would be Tuesday evening.Mr. .
Week, if properly a clenny last Friday night. After the business session refreshments
time for rural and urban dwellers to become better Attendance. Record, Friends of little Bobby Godwin were served. Those and Mrs. Denver Godwin

acquainted with one another's problems. making 100 per cent are glad to know that he is able present were Janice Bell Bobby and family of Jacksonville were Work Guaranteed Free Estimates
never has been and perhaps never will be a for the first to be out again after having been Harris, Susie Harris, Frances Bell, guests of Mr. Godwin's parents, -

when one can exist without the other._ school were as fol sick all of last week. Bobby Nolan, Gary Lucas, Alvin :Mr. and Mrs. Jim Godwin last Fully Equipped ... DependableAll
In 1954 the average annual farm income room (First Mrs. Leslie Chilson and Mrs. Padgett, B. F. Coleman, Aileen Sunday.

person was $918, while the average non-farm ), Harold Wil Ernest Wellhausen carried Mrs. Sweat, Carolyn Chilson, Bonnie Miss Mickey Godwin of Jack- Makes and Models'i
come was $1,836. Everyone agrees thatthe Mae Griffis, Clara Lola Chilson to Callahan last Tuesday Padgett, Shirley Higginbotham, sonville visited Misses June and i
er is "caught in a squeeze." Everyone is Jean Harris, Judy to visit relatives. She stayed Linda Waters, Peggy Lucas, and Shirley Higginbotham last Sun-

sympathetic, but so far no one has been able Griffis, Gary Lu- there until Friday.- Billy Nolan. Mrs. Joe Lucas helped day. CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
suggest anything except to squeeze him a Gail Caldwell, Friends of Mrs. A. S. Sego will Mrs. Nolan entertain and Mrs. Friends of Miss Rose Mary
harder. and Diane Watson. regret to learn that she was ill D. H. Hill was a visitor. Wellhausen will be glad to learn
room (Third and last week. that she was able to return to TV Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone
The Republican administration has stalled Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Griffie and t
three years and'the best it can come up with ), Mary Copeland, Misses Merle and Jewel Higgin- daughter Karen and Mrs. Henry school Tuesday after several days' 239 Starke, Fla.SINCLAIR .

the fantastic suggestion that all the small Betty Griffis, Bar- botham went on a shopping trip Griffis and daughter Diana attended illness. .. .
cient" farmers should go off and get jobs Helen North, to Starke, last Saturday.Mrs. Homecoming at the Pine Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Chilson and ".' :--_ --- .. -. -. -. ---: --j:#= : --:. : : ----. ;
factories and let the big "efficient" fellows and Leland Wat Dora North, Mrs. Bertha Level Baptist church Sunday family and Mr. Chilson's mother, _
Ashley Well. Harris and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie afternoon.We Mrs. Lola Chilson spent last week- \
over. If that's farm relief, we'll take vanilla. A
Now, with another election year coming Harris, Robert Har Harris were business visitors to regret to hear of the deathof end in Zephyrhills with Mrs. Chile ,
Annette Pad- Jacksonville last Tuesday, Oct. Mrs. Sally Kelley at Raiford son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J
we are being treated to a new round of lan, _fourth
grade. 18. last Monday. Mrs. Kelley is the W. Rogers.Mr. .
remedies from
except Secretary
everyone room, Wanda Sue Miss Earlene Flynn and Miss grandmother of Randolph Crosbyof and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and
He still thinks the "inefficient" should
ones '
Harris, Robert B. g'janfl"'jIr
Mrs. Leslie Sweat business
Kathleen Lane of Baldwin were Maxville.D.
tail it to the nearest industrial payroll and
Harris, Janice Bell
B. Griffis, Jack Wilkinson visitors in Starke last Tuesday. ,
guests of Misses Minnie and Eve- ,
devil take the hindmost. What will happen
Padgett, fifth grade. ..
and H. C. Green Cove Carnival
lyn Coleman last Friday Long of :
the inevitable recession and factories
comes Eugene L. Wat-
Springs went to Williston last Saturday Night
Special PTA Meeting
laying off workers has apparently never Hires, William
Held Last WednesdayA Saturday afternoon to Cecil The Maxville PTA postponedits .
to Mr. Benson.It Carolyn Chilson, e
Webb's ranch dove hunt. carnival from Friday nightto
special PTA meeting was on a
is ironical that one of the proposals now Henry Wellhausen, Saturday night, Oct. 29 in Jj g
While there bar
held last Wednesday, Oct 19, to they enjoyed a "J
ing advanced for relief of the farmers, Gloria Cannon report on the slide projector and becue. order that the people wanting to i
resembles Hhe old Brannen Plan. When a Jewel duplicating machine for the school. :Miss Gloria Higginbotham of could attend the Baldwin School i \ 1.J1J1.oil KEftOSEfiiPhone
:crat first proposed the plan he was hooted Padgett, Linda The members voted to buy a new Jacksonville visited her mother, carnival on Friday night. We are yl
hollered at by the Republicans as a Rose Mary Well projector and a second hand du :Mrs. Leslie Sweat ind family planning to have lots of fun and

crackpot. Now the GOP leaders are trying grade. plicator. They have both been purchased last :Monday night and Tuesday.Mr. plenty to eat on Saturday and
adopt the plan as their own just as they Bill' Patrick and and are now in use in the and Mrs. Randolph Crosby, sincerely hope that we will havea T.: C. HAZER JR.
done with most of the rest of the Inlet were school. We will find both very Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis and big turnout. ,
policies and platform. and Mrs. Buford beneficial. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Sam Harris and Supplier of Sinclair Products ,
Actually, we have thought all along that Sunday afternoon. The Maxville Girls representingthe Griffis and children, and Mr. and family were visitors of Mr. Har-
plan had much to commend it, and was far fro 1 J. W. Denmark Baldwin FHA at the Calla- Mrs. Jack Wilkinson had dinnerat ris' father; Andrew Harris, and Phone 124 Starke, Fla.

the boogey-boo that Republicans tried to make i small sons of han fair last Friday were Misses the Morris House in Macclennylast family last Saturday.C. .
when a Democrat first proposed it. It has ; visited Mr and Mrs. Grace Harris, Evelyn Coleman, Sunday.Mr. B. Nolan was a business
of but has and family last Minnie Coleman, Jewel Higgin- visitor in Gainesville and Ocala on
course, so every other plan 1 and Mrs. :Millard Strick-
for relief of the farmer. botham, and Jo Ann Parrish. land carried their bus full of Monday. t
girls who will be
In brief, the Brannen plan would let the in the Little Danny Waters of Lawtey people over to the Clay Hill Bap- HUNDREDSof
beauty con- spent last Saturday night with tist Church last .. ..... '.
sell his Saturday night -
er crop at the market price, whatever it I night, Oct. 28, his cousin David ?- ._ _.. __ ._ _. :- .C; ..._ .'
at that time. Higginbotham.Mrs. where everybody enjoyed singing.
particular Then the
; School are: Miss details are managed and economically
would pay him enough on each unit sold to "Miss Foremost L. R. Griffis had as her Miss Jewel Higginbotham spent Now Open attended that only a trained and
guests Sunday afternoon her Thursdey night in Jacksonvillewith
him a fair return when measured
by parity or Jo Ann Parrish,
careful attend when
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and her sister, Gloria. organization can
what is considered agriculture's proper share ; Queen," Miss Jewel
the urgent need for serving is at
the national income. Mrs. Lacy Brown of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Higdon and SMITTY'SBARBER
"Miss Pat's Drive
Miss Debbie Phillips attended a had last Thurs- hand.
family as guests .
This plan, which Congress actually applied Evelyn Coleman
meeting of the County Demonstration day and Friday :Mr. Higdon'sfather
wool last year, has the advantage of giving Girls, we wish SHOPCourt
Clubs in Jacksonville last S. R. Higdon of Chattanooga -
consumer the benefit of lower prices, while at e
Tuesday. Term.Installation .
same time it avoids the controls and costs f C. B. Nolan and Hay Ride & Weiner Roast EnjoyedMr. Of Officers At Home Street Opposite Phone 7 atorkv; F1&
storage that always accompany a t their guests Sunday and Mrs. C. B. Nolan car Demonstration Club Court House .r.--

plan. It could be applied to perishables, as j Nolan's mother, ried several young people on a At an impressive ceremony held Funeral Director Ambulance Service
as crops that can be stored. Cannon of Palatka, hay ride last Friday night. A last YOUR PATRONAGE
Way, Mrs. Nellie D. Hill
Our local funeral home enable to offer
u convenience aM
More directly than any other farm relief 'H"1 and sister, Mr. weiner roast was enjoyed too. Home, emonstration Agent from WILL BE GREATLY service .
not otherwlM available.We
this one seeks to guarantee agricultural incometo I Beach of Hast Those enjoying this event with Duval County, installed the following APPRECIATED

keep the farmer in business. The :Mr. and Mrs. Nolan were Bonnie officers in the Maxville II I I I' II

well know that farmers are not the only ones Hill was a business Padgett, Shirley Higginbotham Home Demonstration Club: Mrs.C. furnish the highest type service at lowest prtce, andaccept
seek such guarantees. on Monday. Bonnie and Edith Harris, D. H. SMITh
Industry asks for ( Henry B. Nolan, president; Miss Deb ANT life Insurance policy in force Issued by ANT
gets) tariffs; railroads, steamships, and Ann Parrish, Jewel and Buck Wellhausen, Alvin Pad- bie Phillips, vice president; Mrs. company, as payment In part or in full OB a funeral
ask for (and get) subsidies; workers ask for ( | Shirley Wilkinson. gett Harvey McPherson, Edwin Tommy Godwin, secretary; Mrs. Owner & Operator Consultation carries no obligation.

get) wage guarantees. and Leonard Chilson, and Billy and Bobby No- Buford Higginbotham, treasurer; .,-.-: : __: .- -: "1,_ --' or, .. .. ". ...Jtf
Most the Baldwin- Ian.
farmers work longer hours and ___.. ._ ... ._
''A.h' -- .
risks than other game in Mac- :Miss Debbie Phillips is enjoyinga -- on' ": :' T- '( ." v
more members of
are without benefit of unionization society., and are Friday night. visit with her niece in Tampa .;....' ./ : :,i .Y.Y:1/:;:<;.t. :\ % ;: ::
the mercy of the elements and pestilance. Feagle, teacher at ths week. I. ,> : .... ,.."Y <, ,..d. .. 'b.Il: ;,
are the least able to help themselves in the school, carried little Baby Wilkinson
Parrish and Lana :Mr. and Mrs. Earl K. Wilkinson
of adverse economic conditions.
at the George announce the arrival of a 9 lb. 'r.Nlyi .. A
And why is it that the farmer finds f
in Jacksonville son born Friday, Oct. 21, in the
in a bad price squeeze while the rest of the

tion's economy is enjoying a boom? Here's .. : I i : L
Prices the farmer receives for the items he A F-A-S-T-E-R
change a good deal more rapidly than the 1 : ,

of the processes and systems that are used II
bring that food to the city dweller. Fixed CHEAPER

ing costs, such as freight, taxes: rents and llIC
surance change a good deal more slowly than n : ,, _
price of wheat beef or potatoes. Result: .

squeeze for the.1armer. Water .
Someone has figured out what the city r 'u tip

would have to pay for the end product, even .. .
the farmer actually gave away his produce. -

amazing but a 21 cent loaf of bread G-o G1. a s
still cost 18 cents, and a $3.50 cotton shirt :tt
still bring $3.20 and other items in

In 1952, for instance, farmers comprised 16 k h w ..

cent of the U. S. population, but their net .
was only seven per cent of theU. S". total. .J iv
It is easy to see, therefore, how a week -top .

mutual understanding between the city heater
and the farmer the one who's keeping .

on the city cousin's table every day would
worth a good deal more in cooperation than {ormanee
of the more highly publicized "weeks." Jllfl

Economists and politicians might also give v Qee- ,
ious thought to the numercially inferior J ,

population's position in the. intricate I Nti.,, rr k
of American life. It's a sobering fact that 85: higoiifQ. n.
cent of the American population is eating )

in?, and wearing products of the work of ,
other 15 per cent. .
Maybe the so-called]) Brannen plan isn't the be ; LU h

that can be devised But at least it's a PLAN, \
we consider it far superior to the Benon ) I II, 29 Plymouth models, including an all-new line of Suburban station wagons in 3 low price-ranges all with fabulous new Aerodynamic Styllnl.TOUCH..AND .
of packing all our small farmers tfff to the ; 4PUSHBUTTON

factoryvHrh (in case he doesn't know it) ")

few and far between in this part of the country. /'""'\ .-.! GO i

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Club. And as is so often the case the Water Heater Offers You I and Suburban lines. In Savoy and Plaza lines you get
are at the bottom of this progressive driving range-easy as flicking.a light switch. After that,_PowerI 180 V-8 bp. If you prefer the super< step I Pl mouth's PowerFlow 6-also available in all 4 lines
I >
Maxville. Flite and 90-90 Power take I
They recently converted an new Turbo-Torque over 131 wuh
More Hot Water I -you get 125 tp,or hp PowerPak.
garage into an attractive civic center, and FASTER ,
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OCTOBER %8, 1955


MAY\ GRAHAMMrs. Sunday School 9:13: a.m. Morn- Services each Sabbath in the
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Old Masonic Hall on E. Call St. 1
ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening
By Anna,Ruth CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 111l\1rs. Ancel.NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA \ John llcKlnneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA& Service 7:30 pjn. Prayer Meeting Sabbath School 2p.m. Preaching
every week by R. L. Mathews,pas-
u each Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Everyone tor. Bible Study each Thursday

Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Mon- Mr. and Mrs.,J. L. Gillyard of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny -Wall of,+ welcome-Rev. H. H. Mott 7:30 p. m. A friendly welcome
glove of Jacksonville spent the Orange City were recent visitors Lawtey Wayne Wall of Starke pastor. awaits everyone.
weekend and Mr. and Mrs. John and Miss Blanch Hodges of Lake ---

Kelly spent Tuesday night with here.Mr.. and Mrs. B. J. Eggers and [Butler were dinner guests of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs q C. Crosby. family of Jacksonville visited the 'and Mrs. John McKinney. Sun- O
]'1r. and Mrs. Charles Newmans Tullie Normans last weekend. day nights guests of the McKin-
of Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. neys were Mr. and, Mrs. V. L.
Billy Dodd Keith Reddish, and
Lois Newmans last Sunday.Mr. Misses, Lynell Dodd and Emilene McKinney of Gainesville.A. !E4c.: PAY Swanson BonedCHICKEN
and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and Kelly were shopping in Jackson- A. Youngblood of Waldo is
family were visitors in Jackson- ville one day last week. a patient in the McIntosh hospital.We 5-oz Can
yule last Sunday. wish him a speedy recovery. 33C
Wilbur Bruce and Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Bobby Crosby and Mrs. Sidney Emanuel and family of En- Mrs. Bobby Surrency of Tampais
Mason Elixson of Lake Butler
visiting relatives here.
terprise were recent visitors here.
visited Mrs. Clara Traxler in
Mrs. Mandy Smith has returnedto CHECK.. = Ann
Gainesville last Saturday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Norman and Page FancyKETCHUP
Norfolk, Va. after a visit with
daughter Linda visited the Mark-
and Mrs. C. B. Elsworth her brother Berry Dyal and sister Bottles
lee Normans in Hampton one day
and grandson of Dade City were'last week. Mary Varnes, of this section. 2"oz 3SC
dinner guests of her brother and ,
Mrs. safe andtrouble .
Miss Sandra Carmichael visited Kate Starling returned ;
Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
sister-in-law ,
: Mr. and Mrs. M. Beach last week- home Sunday after a week's visit ... !
Ellis one day last week. They I L s free
end. She was accompanied home. in Jacksonville with her daughter
were accompanied home by her
Mrs. Ernest Ortagus.
by them on Sunday.
mother Mrs J.W. Ellis.
Mrs. Martha Green and children Mrs. Miley Wynn and daughter ANN PAGE
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and visited Mr. Green in the Tampa Jean, and'Mrs. Irene Ratliff spent -
Buie Crosby visited Mr. and Mrs. hospital last weekend.Mr. Friday night in Gainesville as ,Avoid the trouble of making the rounds to pay
Mills Kelly in Lake City Thursday and Mrs. Bill Reddish wentto guests of Mrs. Wynn's soninlawand teAams !
night of last week. Buie also attended Cedar Key and Jacksonville last daughter Mr. and Mrs. Allen bills.Avoid the trouble of waiting in line Come Says
a National Guard meeting. feme See,
'and Mrs. Crews and Sunday.Rev. Ward. for receipts and change. Avoid the risk
Mr. Doyle .
and Mrs. Gailbreath of Bay- Mrs.M.J.Dyal visited her mother YOUR
sons with spent Doyle's the parents last two Mr.weeks and less guests Hiway of Mr.Church and were Mrs. dinner Leroy Mrs. Reives in High Springsrhursday. of'carrying cash in your pocket or purse. o \:.J O Yi1 CHOICE 2 5 r a.

Mrs. Kirby Crews. They left last Norman last Sunday. A Pay always with checks on this bank.
Monday for Washington, D. C., Friends of Joe Allen of Louise
Choir practice has been changed Jane Parker BLACKBERRY JAM . . ,
where he will be stationed after to were grieved to learn of his death.
from Tuesday Thursday nights. PARTY
being in London, England for the Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wasdin had CHERRY JAM . . .

past three years. Church were special guests, and as Sunday guests, Forest Reynoldsof CAKE BLACKBERRY JELLY . . 12-Oz.
Jacksonville and their ,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bennett of after supper singing was enjoyed. son FLORIDA BANK at STARKE / .
Tavares visited Mr. and Mrs. Everyone enjoyed the films that Bobby[ of the U. of Fla. CURRANT JELLY . . II Grass
Floyd Crosby and family last Saturday were shown last Sunday night by Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lefeves of 2-Ib 3-oz J ftC STRAWBERRY JELLY . .
_ night and attended the Missionary Charlie Tomlinson. Tampa announce the arrival of a Member Florida National Group "
BTU social, held at the church in Young People's meeting every son. The grandparents Mr. and;I RED RASPBERRY PRESERVES J

the form of a chicken pilau. The Saturday night at 7:30.: Other Mrs. Ike Lefeves are very proud PEACH PRESERVES . .
members of the Starke Christian church services at usual time. as this is their first grandson. )



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PI 6" F ". Mosley-Teston New Members Nancy Lee Bates Wedding Plans Cemetery Association -

Of Beta Sigma Phi Given Merit Award
,I r Revealed By At Long Branch
Receive PinsAt .
Carolyn Edwards Plans ImprovementsTrustees

an impressive candlelight
ceremony, six new members of A December wedding is plannedby of the Long Branch
Beta Sigma Phi received their I I Miss Carolyn Edwards, and Cemetery Association met Oct. 11
James High, son of Mr. and Mrs. at the
home of Buddy Wilkinsonat
five-jewel pins during the Ritualof ...
Gladys Mooty Thomas J. High of Clarkton, N. C. Hugh. +
Jewels held Monday night at I
Phone 35Velma 'as announced by the bride-to-be's The Branch
... the home of Mrs. E. A. Yancey,' I parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ed- Fund was Long transferred from Cemetery the '('he r
6 I president, who conducted the meet-)
wards. church to the Association. The \
TurbevilleTo Mrs. Stern ing.The ritual table I .F IMF The wedding will take place Sun- I balance of the Long Branch Ceme- Ku5rDEER.
was beautifully day afternoon, Dec. 4, at 5 o'clockin .
I tery Fund was turned over to the
Wed Chas. Lawson overlaid with the banner of
President OfPresbyterian Beta the First Presbyterian Church, Association in the amount of Of'.NOlA -
December, 17th Sigma Phi, and there was a beautiful : Starke, with Rev. W. S. McAliley $97.40 by the former treasurer ,DOc1.
I centerpiece of yellow roses : 'performing the nuptials. A recep- Sidney Harris. This balance was HAVE
r" The Women of the :jj j and fern flanked on each side by tion will immediately follow the added to the amount of $108.54 \H1.Er.
4 terian Church met candelabra of five different colored k wedding in the Starke Woman's which was collected on Homecoming JMALES dJ5KS HAYl LONG

at 8 o'clock in the candles each. Each color signified 1 I.I Club. Day, Oct. 9, 1955, making a JSlO: IN DIGGING WlaS WHltH OUT ARf
: building with 14 some special.attribute of Beta .' ,.. ;j roc total of 20594. This amount was GRoUHD.OHoMCH11if.'t! Cf'fHt
,' FECDIrww.
The meeting was Sigma,Phi members. !Yy!- .Af 1"t.. Home Demonstration deposited in the Florida Bank at e .w.u.w. tt
devotionals Mrs. The new members are Mrs .
by Starke.
( I II Myldred Cuttino, :Miss Carolyn r '".tk. '''S,. Council To MeetThe Work has already begun on improving

son.Miss Louise Stern, Edwards Mrs. R. E. Firth, Mrs. j1ft')-.=;;,- '. '"> ..."..\:'! .. the cemetery by straight- There's 110 digging to find ex-
Home Demonstration
1 dent, presided over J. O. Gay, :Mrs. L. C. Hinson, 4"- 'Y-' -' ''.,.' Council Coun- ening up tombstones. Much work pert portrait work in Starke .
ty will
; meeting, at which time Mrs. H. W. Myer, and Mrs. Joe '.. meet Tuesday at still needs to be done, and plansare just come to the BCLLIXGTOX
10 a.m. in the Woman's
ing officers were : Warren. Another new member : : to put a new fence around the STt'DIOXD GIFT SHOP.

dent, Mrs. W. A. Stern; Mrs. Doyle E. Conner, who was f.f- -', 4. ., house (log cabin building) at the cemetery and clear more ground. Our personality reflecting
Mrs. T. A. Yawn ; unable to attend) will be pinnedat ;100:",' .. ,' ?.' < ,, State Farm. AU members and Donations will be welcomed from photographs to
Mrs. Robert Paterson friends are urged to attend. Subject something
r ; anyone interested
tJ a future date. in helping with
Education, Mrs. Edna ; After the closing ritual, the I Miss Nancy Lee Bates, daughtei. of the program will be dried ''this work. All donations may be be treasured for years

Spiritual Growth, members enjoyed a supper at 301 of.Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bates oi,/flower arrangements. made to the treasurer, Nellie

Montgomery; General Restaurant. the State Farm, was recently givena I (Buddy) Wilkinson, or to any of
cies, Mrs. B. C. Pepsi-Cola :Merit Award and I' Class Party the following trustees: Hansford

for a term of two ;! I was saluted on WMBR-TV Mon. At Yawn Carter, Marion J. Carter, Bud Harris rte,
Claude Crowson, 'BHS Science Club day night; WDVH, Gainesville, HomeThe Fred D. Lang, Jack Wilkinson. STUDIO AND GIFT SHOD
tary was re-elected for 'Sunday 1 to 5, and Channel 36, and D. B. Griffis and Hardy Padgett.
Installs OfficersThe nursery kindergartenclasses
also Mrs. Guy Andrews, WJAX, Friday night. The award of the First Presbyterian
cf Annuities and Relief. was presented because of outstand- WANTED Clean Cotton Rags.
second meeting of the Brad- church will have a Halloween par-
Turbevilleof officers will be ing work in the No ants or Shirts. Bradford
Mr. Mrs. Hymon community, school,
ford High Science Club was calledto ty this afternoon (Friday) at the
November meeting.Mrs. and church. County Telegraph. _
Fairmont, N. C. announce the order by Miss Nancy Bates last I home of Mrs.T. A. Yawn from 3 to
engagement of their daughter, Stern had Nancy is a member of the Dra-
Monday: afternoon. In earlier brief 4:30 o'clock. Mrs. Yawn and Mrs.
Velma, to Charles Henry Lawson,I program at which time meetings, officers for the year.'matic' Club, president of the,L. H. Gibson are the teachers. I I in i .,11.I'll .
son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Law- McAliley gave an Science Club, and a member of The and Clothing
were elected as follows: President, ( primary junior classesof Men's. I
of Starke. on "Church Extension. 'Student Council. She is an Honor ALVAREZ' STORE IIEstablished II
son the
Nancy Bates; Vice President, Jan Presbyterian will 189-1
the social Roll student, a member of J
Miss Turbeville graduated from During Mundorff; Secretary, Marilyn Cox. meet at the Bill Soto home on the I
Claude Crowson and Beta: Club, and ,
cheer leader.
the South Carolina Baptist Hospital It had been decided that the President a Keystone highway this evening:
School for Nurses in 1953 Kite served I and Vice President were to She is vice president of the Little '(Friday) at 6 o'clock for their'

and attended Columbia College be old members.In "Women's Club and Las shared first [Halloween party and wiener roast. 'I. r ,.... ::;:::
for one She is now employed -I[Kingsley WMU order to be admitted to the place honors in a piano duet in i ?
,. year. the annual Talent Show sponsored WE SHOULD ALL GET
by Dr. John E. Holler in Columbia ,To Meet Nov. 1 Science Club each person must by the Lions Club. She is a member UDC To MeetThe I \ \1
S. C. ,either give a ten minute talk or a BUSY NOW
of the Junior Class at BHS
I I 2.000 word essay on anything pertaining W. T. Week's chapter, UDC :
Mr. Lawson is of The Kingsley Lake '
a graduate and is an active member Of St.
I to science. At the past will hold its November STARTING THINGSA'HUMMING
Bradford High School and is now ,meet Tuesday, Nov. 1, Edward's Church, Starke. meeting'l Oo
I. two; meeting the members have afternoon .
Wednesday ,
attending the University of Flori a.m. in the home of i, I I :J __
listened to_the talks of prospective 3:30: o'clock at the home of Mrs.
da. Moore. All members I
'members and voted on them. Garden Club Charley E. John.Executive .
attend, and visitors I nME.ro PAINT'UP V
The wedding is planned for De-
To be eligible for a Science Club
cember 17 in the First Baptist welcome. The meeting pin the new members must com Plans Planting Board'The AND REPAIR
Church, Columbia, S. C. lowed by a covered dish plete a 14-hour project on anything Of \Vayside Park I

pertaining to science.It executive board of the HOLIDAYS ARE
Heilbronn WMS UDC NoticeThe was decided that the Science .. .
Starke Woman's Club will meet
Dried flowers, and weeds COMING5RKLf
Club*would meet in the future on grasses Thursday afternoon, Nov. 3, at
Has Mission Topic United Daughters the first Monday( afternoon, and in artistic arrangements were I 3:30 o'clock in the club lounge.
Confederacy will meet and displayed at
the last Thursday night of each
Members of the WMS of the Nov 2, at 3:30: p.m. at month. the Starke Garden Club meeting I I -
Heilbronn Missionary Baptist of Mrs. Charley Johns. Monday evening at the Parish WANTED PECANSNo
Church met Thursday night, Oct. House on Church Street. I I quantity too large or too ,

'20, in the church. Wesleyan Guild Mrs. S. E. Sparks showed on small. Cash market prices. See I

Theme of the program was her program what miracles could us' before selling. Dillard Keene,
"Along the Elephant Trail," a dis- Met TuesdayThe be achieved with the lowliest 117 W. Brownlee, Ph. 187.

cussion of Southern Baptist :Mis weeds and little
Wesleyan Service Guild met a imagination. I Scouts intends to erect a log
sionary Work in Thailand. Mrs. Tuesday night in the educational Mrs. M. F. Hazen, president, cabin on the Court House groundsin BUILDBRS SUPPLIES
James McCarty' program chairman ,building of the Methodist Church.I.presided over the business meet I December where'the club will
took the members on an 'The meeting was opened with de- ing where she announced that the sell Christmas wreaths, sprays
Even though it got i
imaginary journey, revealing the ;
start, the 1955 votionals by Mrs. Claude Johns. PTA had asked the club to spon- ;and swags, made by members of
hardships and the needs of missionaries Bradford County Fair The program was given by Mrs. sor the Fish Pond toy concessionat the club. The Scouts also of- I

in that area. full swing Wednesday W. B. Sewell, assisted by Mrs. the Hallowe'en carnival on fered to help sell these items''I' _

Mrs. R. L. Morgan, society president with BHS apparently Paul Bridges, Mrs. C. S. Partin, Oct. 31st at the school. Mrs. P. around town. The club also -

conducted the business ses [masse Lots of Children"I and Mrs. Eva Blair, stressing the J. Quattlebaum volunteered as plans a Holiday House Tour some-
sion. Mrs. Tate Crosby gave the of plight of the American Indian. chairman and chose ten membersto time during the week before
the old excuse
opening prayer, and Mrs. Ernie children' but I noted I Refreshments were served by assist. her in manning the booth. Christmas.Mrs. WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
}frs. A. W. Anderson, followed by '
Johns read the devotional. Mrs. Mrs. J. R. McDonald was appointed Robert Metzger was voted
seemed to be having a '
Emma Lamoreaux President of a period of meditation and the chairman of the Junior -
Garden into the club as a new member. ..
too ... Too bad the
:Quiet Day service, led by Mrs. : lf17I.
the New River- Association WMU, was late Club. Miss Dorothy Ross of the ,Miss Clara Leaman, Birds and ." !
building :Martha Erwin. This beautiful and
closed the with
program prayer doubt the Dept. was asked to I Convention chairman, will attend
as no service well at-
,inspirational was
and later gave an interesting talk have been better with take orders for rose bushes which the Conservation program in the
on the WMU work program for start, but everything I will be on' sale by the Club soon.' ,Peninsular Life Insurance Bldg. in I I : RADIO

the coming year. now, and we can look t The planting of the Wayside Jacksonville on Friday.

a bigger and better Little Women Park on road 301 will take placeon Mrs. F. J. Shaw, Roadside De- i. I, AND

District MeetingOf ,. Nov. 3 and Mrs. F. J. Shaw, velopment chairman, announced r
year I --
Woman's ClubThe Quite a gala Plan Bake SaleThe chairman, has asked that anyone her committee to assist her in :- TELEVISIONSales

Saturday night when Little Woman's'Club held having bushes,plants or bulbs that obtaining oil drums and painting ZENITH ,,

Florida Federation of Wom- Johns entertained 42 its bimonthly meeting Tuesday they wish to offer the club to them to place along the roadsidesfor Evanston T1814R 159.95 I 6
plant in the Park to
Clubs will hold its District and please con- trash containers.
an's at a hamburger fry evening at the club building.
When Your TV Needs
tact her by Nov. 2: The club has During the social hour refresh-
4 start folks
,4 meeting on Friday Nov. The young It was decided a bake sale will Service Call 166 and Service
purchased seven palm trees to ments were served the hostesses _
by -
ing at 9:30 a.m. in the Woman'sClub Johns residence on be held Saturday morning startingat .
also be planted in the Park.If I 6 II '.1 I I. 1
of Jacksonville club building.For in the afternoon and 10 o'clock in front of Slade Gas : Mrs. S. E. Sparks, Mrs. E. D. -
luncheon reservations contact place on Crystal Co. For the Thanksgiving week it is permissable, the club, Tenly, Mrs. R. F. Young Mrs. F. 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke",Florida

:Mrs. P. J.. Quattlebaum, phone hamburgers were ; meeting the club will have a with the assistance of the Boy J. Shaw, and Mrs. A. R. Norman.
2311 by Nov. 1. doors ... Accompanying : 'speaker and guest from Jackson I---

were Ted, Charley, I :ville at a dinner. The Christmas
---- --
Johns an4 Hazel I dance was also discussed. I
I.Ritch .. The next meeting will be Nov. 8'1

Seems I erred last I
saying that Albert Homemakers Class

: Nichols were renting Installs OfficersThe .
berger house on St. I Bradford FairOPENS
. I: cg 2.98 Fact is, they have : Homemakers Class of the
place Sorry for First Baptist Church met at the

If \, m Hilda Houston, Art 11 home of Mrs; L. N. Pickering.! The I
",, "'" Holliday attended the devotional was given by Mrs. La-
\....... /. I
;t ,'" I vern Outlaw and the Lords Prayer -
'-; rr was said in unison by the class. ,
D. Haines installed the
.. ," I Mrs. L.
following new officers: President,
October 24-29 1955
k DA. 'Mrs. Davis Gasset; Vice President,

q, STARKE FL' \Mrs. Ovid Bennett; Secretary, Mrs.
0t Jimmy McRae; Treasurer, Mrs.

/" r Fri., Sat. Nov. iWm.PlanS BYrd.were made for a Halloween -I I Dedicated To Improving Bradford County ---Its Homes, Its Agriculture

DOUBLE party Saturday night, Oct. I '

\ 1 1e Carolina 29, at the home of Mrs. Byrd. And Its Industries

t r i tit tr With Judy WillardHymanThe "
I iI -AND-

In Old nounced engagement of Miss Patricia has been Willard an-, EXHIBITINGLIVESTOCK *

John Wayne and daughter of Mrs. Charlie D. Sellersof
Plus Serial Chapter ; Auburndale and J. W. Willard

eer Cartoon for 11'cf Starke, to Carl Hyman, son of 'POULTRY GRAIN HOMECRAFTS
Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Hyman of Au-

Oct. 30,31- I Miss Willard attended school in
DOUBLE Starke for five years, while resid-
ing at the State Farm. She grad- Interesting Demonstrations Cash Prizes
The Far uated from high school in Auburn- *
% t' .1. .1 +
In dale in 1955 and is now employedby

With James Stewart, I Dr. Lewis Clark in Winter Many Entertaining Attractions Lots of Rides Novelties Tnrills Fun
Haven. Mr. Hyman is employedby
AND the Continental Can Co. in Au- For The Entire Family

STYLE 829 imrndale.
Plans for a November wedding, Plenty of Entrance On Avenue
Parking Temple
Sites: 12, 14, 16 18, 20, 14K, Silrana Mangano, ) will be announced later.Voman's Space
16'/j. 18Vj, 20', 22Y V
Lavish paisley stripe on colorfast Pluc Cartoon for \ CouncilTo YOUTH DAY WEDNESDAY, Oct. 26 (Reduced Rates for School Children)

r washable cotton. Becomingly Wed., Thur. -

styled to accentuate with loop and long button torso closing line. DOUBLE a Meet Women's TuesdayThe Council of the Support Your FairLet's Build A Bigger and Better Fair Each Year

Colors Pink Robber's
Slosh pocket. : Aqua, First Christian Church will meetin

Y.low.BARKESDALES! With George ) the Sanctuary Tuesday eveningat Contact J. 0. (Jerry) Gay (Phone 146)) For.Commercial Exhibit Space

ANDRacing : 7:30 o'clock with the president, Contact Joe Wood or Paul Hutchins (Phone 251J or George Huggins (Phone 233)) For Livestock and Poultry
Mrs.Wesley Andrews, presiding.Mrs. Exhibit Space.
Middleton Prevatt has
Bill Williams and charge of the program. The flower *Contact Miss Dorothy Ross (Phone 233))'or Miss Barbara Bunch (Phone 125)) for Home Handicrafts Exhibit
Department Store rius Cartoon for chairmen for the coming year Space.
candy ... will be appointed.
Carolyn; All members are urged to attend.




rIJJJ4d4 Mr. and Mrs. Coiner Long of Mrs. R. A.. Newsom had as and tIle the original In the office once each week for four consecutive You are hereby notified that a suit
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on weeks in the Bradford County Tele for divorce
st. Petersburg are spending-sev guests several days last week her SERVICE MEN or before the graph. has been filed against you in the
eral weeks vacation at the Carroll brother-in-law and sister Mr. and 2S day of November 1355; Dated this 26 day of Oct., 1955. above named Court and cause and
otherwise the allegations of said (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Dub you are required to serve a copy of
Bulbs Holland Crown, for Fall Mrs. B. R Day of Hartford Wis. Complaint will be taken as confessed Clerk of the Circuit Court your answer or .. pleading to the

i6dnat5 Planting, at Sistrunks. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining were by yju. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk complaint on the Plaintiff' Attorney
I This notice shall be publishedonce 10/28 4t 11/18 Louis T. Ransom, 316 Professional!
cottage on Kingsley Lake. hosts at a houseparty from Sun- each week for tour consecutive : Puildmg. Jacksonville 2. Florida

Friends of Mrs. S. A. Weldon day of last week to Monday of weeks in tile Bradford County Tele- NOTICE TO APPEAR and file the original in the officeof
graph. fa Circuit C. Bradford the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
will regret to hear of the deathof this week and had as guests, Mrs. Dated this 26 day of Oct.. 1955. Florida I. Chancery art. County, or before the 2S day of November .

her mother, Mrs. Lyda Shaffer, Marguerite Dickens of Marianna, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Donald E. Rowland Plaintiff, vs. 1955; otherwise the allegation of
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Faye Cundiff Rowland, Defendant. said Complaint will be taken as
who died Saturday in Winter i Mrs. Bett Green of Waycross and By Marian.L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Case No. 10-1270 confessed by you.

._..------- ''' I I Park. Mrs. Weldon, and Steve (Mrs. Proctor Snow of Dublin, Ga. 10/28, 4t 11/18 Satire To Appear This notice shall be publishedonce
1 each week for four consecutiveweeks
To Rowland. whose
Mrs. Myra Foy of Lake City Dr., and Mrs. W. E. Middletonand and Martha Weldon, attended the ,Mr. Snow was overnight guest NOTICE TO APPEARIn residence: Faye is Cundiff Agency Iowa, and in the Bradford County Tele-

was the honored guest at a birth- daughter Madge, spent Sun- funeral on Monday in Winter Tuesday of last week and Mrs. 'iv.ff Floridat Circuit In Conrt.Chancery.Bradford County. whose Iowa. address is: Box 112, Agency. graph.Dated this 26 day of October, 15i'I

day dinner given :.Thursday eve- day at Atkinson, Ga. visiting Mrs. Park. Mrs. Weldon remained in Carl Ryne of St Petersburg was Morris E.Mae Norman Norman, Plaintiff DefendantCase vs.Shirl..y You are hereby notified that a (Official Seal) Charles A. Datbr

ning at the home of Dr. M. B. Grooms Middleton and family. Winter Park with her father, their guest also the past weekend.Mr. No. 10-1265 suit forDivorce By Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the, Circuit Deputy Court Clerk

Herlong. Mrs. Lucile Davis spent last Dallas,! R. Shaffer for a week. and Mrs., M. R. Baggettand Notice To: Shirley T* Appears Mae Xorman, whose ball teen filed against :you In the 10 !8 4t 11 IS

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ensor of, week with Mrs. Laura Sivia in Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lance and family of Fort Pierce were residence and address is: Longeron above named Court and cause and -

Jacksonville Mrs. J. B. Kennard' I Gainesville. daughter, Baos, were in Waycross, visiting friends and relatives here Drive No. 9, Baltimore Maryland. :you your are answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy complaInt of-
I You are hereby notified that a The practice ofCHIROPRACTIC
Umatilla and Mr. and Mrs. Weekend Specials at Leila's. Ga. last weekend where they at- the past weekend. suit for divorce on the Plaintiffs Attorney
Of : :I Louis T Ransom 316 Professional
Dugal Buie and children of Eustis Carlingsford Gray of Bat Cave, tended the Miss United Nations Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith and above has been named filed Court against and you cause In and the I Building, Jacksonville 2, Fla.,

were Sunday guests of Mrs. Ber- N. C. was the weekend guest of beauty contest in which their family spent the weekend with Pf c. Henry Lawson, son of Mr. you are required to serve a copy of I and the file Clerk the of original the Circuit In the Court office on ot

tha Pearce. I Kaspar Duncan while enroute to granddaughter, Miss Rita Cars- Mr. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs.H. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson, was one your l.mplaint answer on the or Plaintiff's pleading AttorneyE. to the or before the 28 day of November. is AS broad as the nervous

Mr. and Mrs. L D. Wells of his home in SL Petersburg.Mrs. well, 16, won first prize of a $100 T. Smith at Santa Fe Lake. ot a group of Starke National K. Perryman, Starke Florida said 1955; Complaint otherwise will the allegations be taken aj of s'stt mhkh controls the
and file the
original in the office
Atlanta were weekend guests of Marion York and children bond over 17 contestants. Mr. and Mrs. George McDaniel Guardsmen who received eight of the Clerk ot the Circuit Court on ,confessed by you. function of each organ. It Is
joined Mr. York in Marianna Friends of Joe Hoover will regret weekend or before the This notice shall be publishedonce
Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae. ,The of Tallahassee were weeks of basic training at Ft. 28 day of November: 1955; each week for five consecutive therefore applicable to a wide
McRaes, their guests and their where he is employed at the. to hear that he underwent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Row Jackson, S. C. last summer. Other otherwise the allegations of said weeks in the Bradford County variety of diseases which effect -

Graham Air Force Base. Mrs.I a major operation in Riverside local Guardsmen who went to Ft. Complaint will be taken as confessed Telegraph.
and Bev-
Marybeth mind and
grandchildren, I land.Mrs. by you. i Dated this 26 day of Oct, 1955 body.
erly Crawford spent Sunday in York has been visiting her par- Hospital Thursday of last'week.. Randolph Crosby and Mrs. Jackson were Pfc. Hiram Wasdin, This notice shall be publishedonce (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, is confined in each week for four consecutive I Clerk of the Circuit Court Below is such lease
Valdosta Ga. with Mr. and Mrs. ents While Mr. Hoover Henry Carter of Maxville were Pfc. Albert K. Stafford, and Pfc. weeks in the BRADFORD COUNTY By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk a :

H. L. Hill. I'. for several weeks. the hospital, Mrs. Hoover is staying Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Louie L. Starling. TELEGRAPH. 10'28 4t 11/18
I Dated this 22 day of Oct., 1955. A woman 25 years of
Mr. and Mrs. John Mixon and her sister Mrs. Hilda- and Mrs. This the first time that National young
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen were with Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. was (OFFICIAL, SEAL) Charles A. Darby :OTICK TO APPEAR had severe hoadaihes,
Jacksonville Sunday visiting children visited Mrs. M. E. Mixon belle Bence, near the hospital in Carter's mother, Mrs. W. A. Guardsmen have been given Clerk of the Circuit Court. I In Circuit Court, Bradford County age
in I I I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Florida In Chancery.Juan chronic low back distress, prolonged -
and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Mixonin Jacksonville.Mr. their basic training outside'of their
Neil in I Starling.
their nephew, Hazen Hope 10/28 4t 11/18 Mantanona Plaintiff vs Julia of mental de
Haven Hospital Waldo on Sunday.Mr. ., and Mrs. R. E. Edmondsonand *" Weekend Specials at Leila's. own home units. Upon comple- Mantanona, Defendant.Cae periods
I NOTICE APPEAR I No. 10-1271 pression.
Cabbage Collards and Onion and Mrs. Hulbert Mowery Mrs. J. R. Kite are attendingthe Mrs. Edwin S. Shpppard and tion of the course, the recruits. In Circuit Court. liradlurd County, 1 :Notice To Appear

plants at SMr nks. returned to their home in Houston, Central Florida Hospital 'daughter of Valdosta; Ga. spent were promoted to Private 1st class. Frank Florida In Cbnnrery. I ?'o: Julia Mantanona whose residence Under several months of
Leroy Mitchell Plaintiff, vs. and address is: 29 Mayo St ,
Texas on Monday after a week'svisit Council meeting in Sanford today of last Mary Ella Mitchell Defendant. Chiropractic these
a Mrs. C. C. Mendoza of Jackson- Wednesday to Sunday Eustace L. Kelly Jr., Army specialist Boston Massachusetts.NOTICE! care symp-
Mrs. T. with Mr. and Mrs. Leo (Friday). They were accom- and Mrs. M. B. Case No. tons were removed and the
ville vIsited, her mother,' week with Mr. 3-c. son of Mr. and Mrs. E. :\olloe To AppearTo

J. Giiff on Tuesday. Champion.Mrs. panied to Sanford by Mrs. Joe Sheppard and Mrs. Kate Sheppard.Rev. L. Kelly of New River, recently : Mary Ella Mitchell, 10'168// patient now enjoys good health.

Mrs. C. E. McGauley of Palat- II Lola Garbett underwenta Wilson who is visiting Mrs. May W. S. McAliley visited his took part in battalion training.residence Road, Elltmore.and address North is Carolina.: 66 I

ka is spending this week with minor operation in Alachua Dickens for the day. ,brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and tests held by the 25th Inf. Div. in I You are hereby notified that a The Atlantic Service BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC

her son-in-law and daughter, Mr.I General Hospital on Monday.Mr. Weekend Specials at Leila's.Mr. Mrs. C. C. McAliley in Gainesville Hawaii. Kelly, a chief radio operator has suit been for filed divorce against you In the StationWill

and Mrs. Charles Hardy. The and Mrs. R. O. Dansby hadas and Mrs. Herb Thomas and last Thursday.Mrs. I I in the 2nd Battalion of the bove named Court and cause and Now Be Open Full Time I

Hardys and Mrs. McGauley were guests their nephew, Edwin daughter, Kathleen1;' spent the I Edward Burns and Mrs. 'division's 14th Regiment, last ,,you your are answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy complaint of- 6 .%.M. Till 7 P.)1. Daily CLINIC

in Jacksonville on business Mon Fane, who is stationed in Newfoundland weekend in the Scrub. Enroute Jo& Wilson spent several days I,'.served at Ft. Jackson, S. C. A on the Plaintiff's Attorney i

on Thursday of last home they visited :Mrs. Thomas' last week in Jacksonville. 1951 graduate of the University of I tional Smith &Bank Axtell Building, 216 American, Jackson-Na- The Atlantic Service I S Blocks North of Postoffire

day.Mrs.. Eve Godwin had Sunday'II'week and Mr. and Mrs. Sun Roy'GaffOrd mother, Mrs. Irene Roberts nPalatka. Mrs. T. H. Slade spent the first I Florida, he worked for the Florida ville file T,the Floridaand original in the office of Station Office hours daily except Thurs.

dinner with her son and daughter- of Jacksonville on of the week in Atlanta visitingMr. I Forest Service in Tallahassee be- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Evenings & Thurs.
by Appt.
in-law Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Hutto returned fore entering the Army in September before the Shi Smith, Operator
I day.Rose and Mrs. T. H. Slade, Jr. 28 day of November, 1955: 9:30 to 12 1:30 to 5:80-
Godwin at the State Farm. In Boshes, at Sbtrunks. home Friday after a three 1954. His wife, Mary, is with\ otherwise the allegations of said
I Mrs. W. B. :Mundy is on a buyers Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. Starke Fla.
the afternoon Mrs. Godwin had II I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jenkins of i week visit in Richmond, Va., to Miami from Wednes- him in Hawaii. Complaint will be taken as con-
I trip fessed by you.
Mrs. V. R. Gainesville and Eddie Jenkins of Hamlet N. C. and Columbia, .
as guests her mother [ I This notice shall be published ] --
day to Friday. I T. Sgt. Wm. E. Sapp of Starke
Reddish and Mrs. Joyce Futch MacDill AFB, Tampa, were Saturday and Charleston, S. C. I
Elder E. M. Davis and Rev. W. has the distinction of serving as
and of guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hornsby of
son, Randolph Lawtey. S. McAliley attended the Fall operator and administrative assistant NEXT TIME you stop at SmithsShell

Weekend Specials at Leila's. F. Colson. Anchorage, Alaska, and Mr. and meeting of the Suwannee Presbytery -I of the Air Defense Command'snew Sell It Rent It Trade Itl ask about Service Station 18-month in Lawt)

Mr. and Mrs. E. W Hayesspent I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herlong Mrs. L. M. Noegel were visitorsto on Tuesday of last week at I Mobile Education Unit, now' for 112.95. an 3tcbg battery 11 '4

last week in Miami visiting were in Jacksonville Sunday visiting Gainesville last Thursday. ![the Springfield Presbyterian touring the north and south central -
their children. Hartmann is attending FOR SALE-Four acres. Modernsix
relatives. Mrs.
Loyree Church in Jacksonville. states. Purpose of this roIling room home two car garage

the furniture market at Kedi-plant'd bulbs. Water and education center is to provide WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow I hen house. flock of laying hens
- Cow, pecan trees, grape vines
High Point. N. C. this week. educational materials for air-
watch growth at Sbtrunks. One mile East of Starke on Rt
Mrs. J. A. Howe has returnedto men stationed at remote defense 16. Easy terms. $1,000 down and
I Dr. and Mrs. Calvin Houpt and $75 per mo. at 6% interest. Price
her home in Miami after visiting 'installations throughout the Unit- Rates Good Results 17.500. Henry K. Dobbs Rt
Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Stricklandwere Easy To Place 1.
I her daughter, Mrs. R. A.' ed States and Southern Canada. It Box 274, Starke. 2tp 10,28
in Daytona Beach Wednes- I
Newsome.WANTED day afternoon to attend the opening -,is the first Air Force unit of its 10 WORDS OR LESS, ONE INSERTION . 501 'CABBAGE PLANTS now ready for

-PECANS kind. EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2cDISCOFXT setting. All leading varieties
of the new Ormond Beach Call 1072 Tifton. Ga., Davis Plant
No quantity too large or too I The van left ADC Headquartersat
Hospital.W. OF 15: PER CENT ON TWO OR MORE I5ERTIOS2Se Farms. 3tp 11 4
smalL Cash market prices. See Colorado Springs, Colo in Sep- ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS.OR ADS JNOT PAID ADVANCE
us before selling. Dillard Keene W. Fineren Jr. of San|Itember and the first stop was
- WINTER SPECIAL 117 W. Brownlee, Starke. Francisco, Calif. was visiting his ,Omaha, Nebr. It continued RENT-rUnfurnished house I FOR SALE

Mr. and Mrs. E. Q. Garrick of uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. through Minnesota, and'during the FOR with eleven rooms, four baths.

St. Petersburg were guests of D. Crosby on Tuesday. winter months will work south- For information, Gainesville call Wilbur aft- LOW COST Three beautiful section lots la of exclimlvermldrntial Starke

1 GAL PRESTONE Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Hutto last I Mr. and Mrs. James Gaskinswere ward through Oklahoma and New Scott er six, FR-2-2013 p.m. tchg IIalt.blel r parloa .........

week Their weekend guests were in Miami Saturday and Sun- Mexico. Liability Insurance Xew'o led room la BIeon
8 16 Con-
3.25 SALF.-New 8 x x
_ ANTI FREEZE Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and day to bring back their daughter FOR crete block, 19c. Cement $1.40<> DlandlnK Boulevard masonryroBtimrtloB
Edgar H. Dukes, seaman USN Contact Us .
been Mortar Mix Jl.2 per Concerning the now ready erapanry. -
family of Jacksonville. Jacqueline who has per bag.
son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dukesof bag. Bradford Engineering Co. NEW Priced right for quirkale. ,
_ Mrs. C. J. Houpt of Doctors visiting her grandparents.Mrs. phone 94. Starke. tf .
Starke, took part in a summer
29.95 will attend the 21st an- Garl Mathews, Mrs. L. N.
Hospital I
'HEATER training cruise to Europe aboard READY NOW for that special dInner No Membership Fees 120 acre of well drained land
nual convention of American Pickering, Mrs. B. T. Thomas, Double-Breasted within two mile of Mlddlehnrgon
the heavy cruiser USS Albany. His Young
I Assn. in Mrs. Anderson Mrs. Jack Grade A Turkeys. Phone MU-4- BEST RATES IN Klandlng Highway. Ideal
4.50 Osteopathic Hospital George TOWN' I
INSTALL HEATER made at in Scotland
ship stops ports 4221, Opal's Turkey Farm, Flora- location for development of for
Washington, D. C., Oct. 31-Nov. 2. McComb, Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Denmark, Norway, and home, Fla. tf I prl-.ate estate_ I'rlee $ O.OO per

Robert Scott Morgan of New Mrs. Cula Coran:* Mrs. R. A. Al-I Sweden before returning to Norfolk 6 Months Policies aere.
= TOTAL PRICE 37.70 Yor City is visiting Mrs. Anna varez, Mrs. Lowell Mathews, and, ,last month. TEN MINUTESYou I Furnished la meat Klngitley

Krause of Hampton Junction for Mrs. T. B. Harding of Starke and spend ten minutes to investigate -. Doyle E. CONNER I Lake Available te .aeavonal *.rperm.aeat

Sgt. Earl L. Stokes, son of Henry exclusive representative orrnpaat
several weeks. Mrs. Michael Pickering of Gainesville this position as INSURANCE AGENCYPh.

Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns spent attended a shower-tea at the B. Stokes of Starke, is scheduled in Bradford County of for its I'' Florida Realty Co.
largest company
SPECIAL ONLY .29.95 Saturday to Thursday in Little home of Mrs. Homer Lewis in to be sent to Europe from the kind in the world and I will spend : 285 136 W. Call

Switzerland, N. C. visiting their Jacksonville on Saturday after- Ft Riley, Kan. this month as partof a half day to drive to sales your countyto Of StarkeReal
meet you. We are a organization i Estate Broker
aunt, :Mrs. C. F. Sayles, who returned noon honoring Mrs. Garl Mathews' Operation Gyroscope, the furnishing leads and a FOR SALE-Five Pet Rabbits and 355 Temple Ate. Phone 3S3
Army's unit rotation Local references two pens See Strobo at Hardy
- Add $1.95 For 12 Volt Systems to Starke with them. Mrs. granddaughter, Mrs. 'William Stokes'new plan. required.monthly reliable bonus. automobile essential. Bros. Motor Co. 2tp 10/21 St.rke-'Flda,
Sgt. unit the 10th In-
Sayles will spend a few days with Flink the former Patsy Mathews Spend ten minutes to give a
TODAY! fantry Division, is the first to of background. THE FAMOUS Beacon Blanket
-I YOU SAVE 7.75. BUY Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferrymanand a recent bride. brief resume your Building. on sale for $4.95. Also WANTED TO RENT-Two or three
move under the Gyroscope plan. It Apply room 6, Commerce $84.95 bedroom house in Starke. Phone
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch be- Seaman Dick Ivey of San Diego, Gainesville, 8:30 to 10:30. only Princess Comforters for $10.95 at 429-W. Barney E. McRae 380 N.Cherri .
will the 1st Smith's
replace Div Shell
Infantry 4tchg 11/18 Service Station In
fore returning to her home in Calif. spent Wednesday t0 Fridayof Lawtey. St. 2tp 10/21
Trucks All Makes ision which is returning to the 3tchg 10/2S
Cars and --- Miami. last
week visiting his sister, U. S. RADIOS REPAIRED "I
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pickering of Mrs. W. S. and IX VILLAGE
McAliley family. Sgt Stokes is a squad leader SARATOGA HEIGHTS All Hake AU Model.

All Models Gainesville spent Saturday with Mrs. John W. .Griffin of Och- with Company F. He entered the )Modern Newly Decorated UNIT No. 2 I Reaioaable CHAS.charge rnamteH

their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. N. locknee, Ga. arrives next Tuesdayto Army in July 1952 are completedbasic Three bed I 'OJ W. Call-St.C. SHEPHERD Stark Pfc. sat

Pickering and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph spend a week ,with her parents, training at Ft. Jackson, S. C. FOUR ROOM HOME now glider room construction maionry home In

Alvarez.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. Markt'g nennt addition Price LICENSED WELL DRILLER. Sam
HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. On extra large lot $1,500.00 to Veterans IOOM Jordan. We guarantee Water.
-A and Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr. Miss Lillian Stump spent Sun- Pfc. James V. Rowe of Starke, to. purchase with 1:50.00 appliCation In- _Phone S2982. Melrose, Fla. 11/25

PHONE STARKE FLA. were in Orlando last weekend day with Mrs. W. H. ThompsonJr. now serving with the 7th Divisionin STROUT REALTY 'riee thirty da to,. and $233.00 at closing FOR SALE 2 miles,south of Hamp
,.. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. in Monticello.Mr. Korea, is a member of the 57th with application non'eterans to $250.00 ton, 8 acre, J800.00. Joe B. Oliver,

.' _-:I/I J. B. Spencer. and Mrs. A. W. AndersonJr. Field Artillery Battalion softball Johnie Hansen, Representative and as low as $500.00 at mi cJGtinl re base 1015, Fla.S. E. 16th St., Ft.ftp Lauderdale ,OiZSI -
Buy now and select the interior
Capt.. and Mrs. C. B. Starling of and baby daughter left Mon- team. He' graduated from BHSin l'h. Waldo HQ-8-2371 colors and tile for bath and kit-

t, -_ "- _-. Doctor's Lake were visiting Mrs. .day for their home in Ventura, 1953, entered the Army in Sep- 'heD.overnight See and the plans kfeD them WILL BUT from owner, lot or

W. A. Starling and Mr. and Mrs. Calif. after a visit of several tember 1954 and received his basic Starke' Fla. ection. If you make'our want to own sel a acreage erty, within! vacant v35 mile or improved of Starke.prop Ji

Maxie Carter Sr. last Thursday. weeks with Mrs. Anderson's par- training at Ft. Jackson, S. C. iome it Hill pav you to imesti- E. Wall, 713 Laura St., or write
THE*!!! rate this.FLORIDA. On. D >1. Starke. tfchg
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins left Sundayto ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Cald- FOR SALE CHEAP-Frame store

STARKl spend a month with her son-'well, at the State Farm, and other IB CIrrult NOTICE Court.TO Bradford APPEAR County, cor.building.N. Walnut to be removed and Browlnee from lot St., REALTY CO. RUBBER daters, numberers.STAMPS made notary to order seals;

in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. relatives in*Starke. Florida In Chancery. Known as old Green's Store. Ad- Of StarkeReal I facsimile stamps. Bradford County
John P. Poole, Plaintiff vs. Laura dress Adam Green P. O. Box 646, Telegtaph. tf
_ Dedicated To Community Service B. A. Pope in Norfolk, Va. Mrs. Rena Mae Poole, Defendant. or 657 N. Walnut St., Starke. Estate Broker I

_ -Movie Are Better Than Ever"If Adkins's sister, Mrs. John Love i Case No. 10-1281 4tchp 10/28 355 Temple ATe. Telephone 383
Wilkes is Agent To Attend Votlrr T. Appear.To btarke, Florida BILL SOTO
visiting her
daughter I
: Laura Rena Mae Poole, whose.FOR SALE OR RENT 5-room houseon
d you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad I and family in Coral Gables. State 1 residence and address is: Route 2, i 6 acres, completely furnished, SIGN SHOPOne
MeetingCounty Clinton North Carolina. frontage on 2 lakes near Keystone WANTED I -
_ cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Midkiff and You are Hereby notified that a I Heights. M. L. Page. 3743 Lilly No quantity too -large PECAAS or too small.

r II family, and Mrs. Ruth Ann Davisof Agent George Hugginswill suit for road, Phone Ex-8-2533, Jackson- Cash market prices. See us be- Mile South
SAT. OCT. 29 Sunday Monday Tuesday Divorcehas I ville, Fla. 4tp 10/%! for selling. Dillar Keene, 117 W. I On Keystone Highway
Kingsport, Tenn. were weekend attend the 68th Annual Meet- ,been filed against you in the i Brownlee, Phone 187. 12tp 12/18 .

DOUBLE FEATURE October 30, :31 Nov. 1, guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. ing of the Florida State Horti- above named Court and cause and Phone 178-L
you are required to serve a copy of FOR SALE-Apartment size
Bias. cultural Society which will be held your answer or pleading to the complaint BULL-DOZING -- FILL range. Excellent condition, cheap.gas All
LAST OF THEMOHICANS MY SISTER EILEENIn at Clearwater Nov. 13. on the Plaintiffs Attorney DIRT -- LAND CLEARING Can be seen at 517 North Water Types Signs
J. Donald Gibson. 100 Smith Bid- M. or phone 106. Itp
Huggins appeared before a special Jacksonville, Florida
CinemaScopeJane meeting of the county commissioners and tIle the original In the officeof Oyster Shell Peat Humus FOR RENT-Furnished tour-room STONE STATE BANK KEYSTONE .
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor house. Martin's ,
Fruit Shop.
With Randolph Scott Leigh and Jack Lemnion on Wednesday and before the 28 day of Nov., 1955; Bldg. Sand-Paving Driveways Temple Ave. itp BER FDIC.WANTEDSnakes

With All Star Cast asked the Board to defray his ex otherwise the allegations of said
1las "All Fouled Up" Cartoon Complaint will be taken as confessed OVID LEWISW. FOR SALE-200.000 to 300,000 Mis-! Alive. All kinds.
AND penses. The Board agreed to do by you. sioary Strawberry Plants. $5.00 Top cash paid. Write Ross Allen
And Latest World News This note stab T>e published Madbon St. Starke per 1000. Now ready for ship Reptile Institute, Silver Springs.
so.At once each week for tour consecutive went C. O. Pitts Webster, Fla.. Fla.. Bill Smith buyer. ftp 11/4
this time Huggins expressed weeks in the Bradford County Tele- PH. S56-W Phone 3891. Itche

MILLARD R. JUDD his sincere thanks to the Board fall Dated h. this 26 day of Oct., 1955. WANTED-Registered nurse for., FOR SALE-Three piece living room

for their understanding and coop- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby FOR nicely RENT furnished-;Four, refrigerator room cottage and floor duty, from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. suite practically new. Phone 311.
Clerk of the Circuit Court Doctors Hospital. Up
Fri. eration during his recent illness. By Marian L. lights included $35 per month. tfchg
Wednesday Thursday. Crosby, Deputy
Kingsley court, Kingsley Lake. FOR SA'l.E-Untlnllhed 1* ft. T: 20
10/28 4t 11/18 4tp 11/4 ft. House with front and back
November 2, 3, 4 NOTICE TO APFEABIn porch and carport. On high dry
FOR RENT-Five room furnished lot two blocks from Kingsley:
Circuit CoHrt. Bradford County
WANTED:" Clean Cotton Rags. I Florida In Chancery. house on Kingsley Lake. $50 per Lake on new State Road. Sacrifice -
Let's Talk It Over month. Mrs. Marks -Hitch. Call
$400. call
THRIIUTO ;! No Pants or Shirts. Bradford Egidio Tucci, Plaintiff. Sara Tuc- 461Y. Itp I Ev-80627
__ ci. Defendant. Case No. 10-1275' or see R. L. France
M ACnOH.COMlia PtCUOlltC Would you be able to replace County Telegraph. %utlrr To Appear FOR RENT-Five and half room Kingsley Lake. 2tp 114
I To: Sara Tucci, whose residence
4 THUMCOfttt OUTDOOI AlMNMJI'J your home if fire ruined it? ,'.and address is: 44-1043 Eva Feron, unfurnished screened; porches.house,Near two schooLPhone large

Have really enough Fire Prcia, Brenos Aires Argentine. 139W. Itchg
\ you In The Count? Judge's Court, In You are hereby notified that a -FORLEASE-
COWARD SMAUDaw Insurance to cover its present And For Bradford County, Florida r suit for divorce
In Probate.IN has been filed against you In the I PHONE 414-J
value as well as all the con- RE: The Estate of above named Court and causa and PINE ACRES PARK I NEW AMOCO STATTQY

REPUBLIC PlTVRE3KERIMA Crockell tents? If you have any doubts WALTER FLEISCHJIAXX. you are required to serve a copy of
...-. Deceased. your answer or pleading to the Large building lots, looxSoo FOR RENT Two bedroom furnish at a very desirable location on
ask our advice there's no NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll complaint on the Plaintiff ed. cottage |48. No children,
and less than 2 miles SJL I
obligation what- creditors of the Estate of Attorney T. Frank Landrum, over, Available about Oct. 20. For Rent
scour eharge or Walter Fleischmann deceased, are Starke, Florida I, !jf Starke and only 200 ft. off Apt. No. 1. 3 rooms nicely furnished North Temple Ave, opposite
INDIA H ver. hereby notified and required to file i {48. No children. % mile from
x any claims or demands which they I '!Ughway 100 (Palatka Road). City limits on Bessant Rd. P.c I, Rancho Motel in City of Starke.
._ _. .. have against said in Rid Box 440. Left turn at Call St.
-{- -S- I UII. may estate the Can't Get Drive in on the new, graded en-
bridge. 1 mile.
'THE office of the County Judge of Bard- t tfchg
-" ford. County, Florida. In the Court- ; trance road at creek bridge for Phone Mr. Smith at 424-J

Plus "Hot Toot Lights' Cartoor L house eight calendar at Starke months Florida from, within the of Your Cold? talk with owner. The lots have FOR nut SALE-Three and Brownlee lots St.,with cor. N.1 frame Wal- 2tchg

SHEW0UFA loud Latest ,fVVorld News date of the first publication of this Then try 666 the wide-activity med minor restrictions. Good title bungalow. 1 block house, 1 frame
C. Wall\ Notice. Each claim or demand must store building, 1 metal garage.
for effectiveness
Agency icine greatest and abstract. Known as A. H. Green property.
.. be in writing and must state the
all kinds of
all of Address Adam
P1CTUR81 against symptoms P. O. Box
JULES LEVEY OCTOBER place of residence and post office MAN OR WOMAN to take ove'
C. E. BoedeckerStarke 645, or 657 N. Walnut
MAY RIJl address of the claimant and must colds. 666'combines 4 potent,widely- St. Starke. route of established customers In
,iDaooIlIdA& be sworn to by the claimant his prescribed drugs and gives positive Fla. 11111 4tchg 10.28 Starke. Weekly profits of |50.0{
Plus a.ek111..')' Uuroar" Car, Big Halloween Late Starke, Fla. agent or his attorney. or it will become dramatic results In a matter of hours. i PRE-CAST or more at start possible. No cat
void according to law. the I SEPTIC TANKS and In- or other investment
Its combined therapy covers necessary
and Last stallation.
toon Phone
Phone: 146 October 20, 1255. complete range of all cold symptoms. FOR RENT Unfurnished five room Write Box 1108, Starke 415-W, Fla. or We will help you get started.
"Black Arrow" Show (S) Charles M. Schmitt, bungalow. Shower. Write C R. Ruble Dept. 0.4, The
masonry carport -
Administrator of the Estate of Ifo other cold remedy screened porch, nice lawn. 10/14 4tchg 11/4 J. R. Watkiis Company. :Memphis
200 E. Call Street 2, Tenn.
HUGH B. INGRAM 2 First Publication Fleischmann on October deceased.28, ton match 666 Tablets.liquid 6 6 6 $60 per month. Phone 137. ltchg FOR SALE-Coleman Oil Heater Hp

: 1955. tr 666 Cold No. 444, J15; Youth bed, springs, FOR SALE 100 pound Potato bags.
\--_ rEA T'Ct"RI."G Plant now open at 2 mattresses and bedspread S20 Martin's Fruit
10/28 4t 11/18 Shop. Temple Ave.
to Starke Ice Company. 4tchg 11/18: JOO E Adkins St. tf It,



FRIDAY., OCTOBER 2*_ 195.!*I
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}/i' ; ryyyyyyyy.yyyyyyyyyyyyyy kinson, and Donald Brandeis attended [Mr. and Mrs. Perry David during!and children of the State Farm

KEYSTONE I ..; the E. J. Daniels) revivalin l the weekend. I
.' ,,:.' visited Mrs. Leona Edwards on
>. LAWTEY\ High Springs last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wainwright :Saturday.

...... .. night. I '
By Mary Kay Schaeffer /
By Sirs. Joyce T. Futch Recent guests at the home ol'i;

SSSSSSSSSSSflSSSSSSSrflsssrppln. & Y r Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp were Mrs.
- -
) Frank Jones SpeakerAt Laura Browning of Plant City, PLAN"
Grants Franchise To Will Burney of Starke, Mrs. E.
October PTA SAVE
MeetingAt The TIME
Florida Power & Light Co. E. WORK FOOD MONEY
and Bill
the second PTA meeting of .l, Burney Burney of
First $ r At a recent meeting of the [Jacksonville.
the :Mrs.
year, Frank Jones
an inspiring talk on "Love,gave the nual Council of the City of Lawtey it Miss Rachel Boyer of Jacksonville -j R. A. CRAVEN, FOOD CONSULTANT

Woman's r" :; was voted to grant the Florida spent the weekend with her P. 0. Box
Basic Emotion, a subject of great Power and I 912 Starke, FloridaOr
importance to parents and teachers Oct. 21. Light Company a 30- brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and <
alike. The summation of her and 1 year franchise to furnish electric I Mrs. Fred Moore. Contact
power and light to residents I
talk stressed the fact that for of i Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson and chil- WINTER'S FROZEN
present. the FOOD
city. Under terms of the franchise CENTER
children to grow and thrive as :dren, and Mrs. Carl Hilliard wentto
Rev : the Florida Power & Light I 4551 St. Johns Avenue
they were meant to, love is of Co. will Williston last Friday to see. Jacksonville, Fla.
prime importance.The [Davis. ( ); 4 pay to the city six percent j Mrs. Hilliard's son-in-law and r
: of their !
revenue in the
John J. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall :
meeting was held In the city in lieu of city taxes. I ;
school auditorium is ; Mott and their new son. I I II
Mr. and Mrs. W. Fred Moore
Altman, '
evening, Oct. 18. After the pro- Miss Elizabeth Terry and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie C. I I
teacher Kelly,
gram, there was a short business Joyce Futch were shopping inI a aI
meeting at which the subject of don, Supt. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Lewis Mrs. Paul Dinkins, Sr., Mrs. A. H. Jacksonville last Saturday. IDon't |
his wife Harley, Mrs. G. W. Roberts, and
a new movie projector was broughtup. ; forget the Halloween r
Sunday ; IL Morey Becomes Birmingham were married Mrs. Mae Wells attended the funeral I-
It may be possible to borrow I in thaI t t Carnival to be held at the Lawtey ,
and Mrs. ; Lewis October 1 I city on October 1. of R. R. Thede in Jacksonville -
one from Clay Electric from time Lewis They are now r Junior High School on Saturday ;
Mrs. E.. ; popular man-about- living in the house Oct. 19. 4. '
appropriatel! r
to time. ;} I [
beginning at 5:30 p. m. i 0
R. Mann; went to Birmingham named "Dunrovin," on the tomeiof Mrs. Doc Wainwright and
Mrs. H. L. Morgan Jr., chair- long and I D. B. Thomas and son, Donald, :
ago came home with
Rich; Mr. ; Oriole and Live Oak Streets. daughters of Jacksonville visited
man of the Legislative Committee, !
business visitors Jack-
wife. were to
Mr. and : ; Their friends the Steve Jr. to introduce the sensational
many wish them Starling family on new
announced that there would be an and Mrs. Marie H. I l I sonville last Saturday.Mrs. .
Morey of
and :Mrs. ; much joy and happiness. Sunday. :

with election the of name School-Board of Lindsay trustees Walker,, Mrs. ; O. G. Dixon has moved his I. Frank Ljles spent Saturday 110.1 Riled E-.c; UHIiU
-_ s
t' afternoon in Gainesville. t
local business man, on the ballot. Parker; ; -...... ..... "\ \. '!(. ., -n. t"r .--:_..- -. >.... barber shop to Starke and is located I Bur! ,
C. T. ; ; :;.0,.' '., ... .4. "." .. .; ,.:"'i--'' :: .: near the Park Theatre.Mr. Mrs. Arthur Pearce and grand-
Carnival in ; < .s.4 -
plans were ; _
"' .. : ". .. daughter, Miss Virginia Sapp,
Ridenour : ; I SUPER
detail by A. E. Anthony, chair- ; .< i< ;- and Mrs. C. H. Tyndall and Roto-t laUcJIJEE t
1"'r' .' were shopping in Jacksonville last
Mrs. B. W. _
r.... < : son, Chuck, of Tangerine, were
of the Carnival this .
man year. -. ... [I Saturday.Mrs. "
The meeting was adjourned at ''''- weekend guests of Mrs. Tyndall's I| L. H. Hill of Tice spent ZIP-CLIP SWIVEL-TOP
refreshments ') parents and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Opens instantly-cleans all 1'
9 o'clock and were The
rl t : ,the weekend at home here with over from I position !
served in the lunch room with ._ < W. B. Devine and Buddy. i.
"'" .. ,her brother, Harold Pearce. a -
and Mrs. home of f't. Mrs. Raymond Suber of Jacksonville .Te' -
Mrs. Everett Fox Roy iiI" charge -
.' Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Andrewsof 'NO of'>. ,
hostess. Oct. n was Sunday dinner guestof
Tyre as on
w. re Wildwood spent last week with DUST BAG
Prior to the general PTA meet- meeting, i, ... ';:'. : ";Mj Mr. and Mrs: Luther Hilliard. TO EMPTY
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
ing Tuesday evening, :Miss :Mans- ed, after .... Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dehaven of I count -,,; jBIIQU -easy
field met with her parents and [presented Green Cove spent the weekend ,, ROTO-DOLLY
i Mrs. Effie Miner spent the = with S rubber, s.ivet, ball-bearn whees.!
room-mothers to plan some in- former- with Mrs. Dehaven's father,
weekend in Jacksonville with her
teresting field trips for the year. sterling 1.. McCall. |son Howard, and family. I
be the Chil Visitors at the home of Mr. and PLUS
The' first one will to complete i Miss Arthurine Blanchard and 1"x

dren's Museum in Jacksonville, who was Mrs. Winton Parrish are Mr. and Mrs. Nellie Mae Housley of Jacksonville
; Mrs. Bud Stephens, and :Mrs. i iGrace i '--
and it will be soon. She recently visited A. M. STORAGE ---

Everyone is urged to attend the:[each Adkins of Chiefland. !!Blanchard and daughter, Miss I w .w. s 19*f CHEST

PTA Carnival at the City Park I Surprise The E. J. Raulerson family had I;Enza. I TV BENCH >

tonight (Friday). AS we said i Mrs. as their Saturday dinner guests I j I The J. C. Prevatt Jr. family of i< t

last week, plan to eat your supper i santly II. L. Morgan Jr. Hauling Cinders Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Smith of Mari-1 Ocala spent several days of last I'I

there. Remember, the parade will (morning Club Members etta. I.week with the J. C. Prevails Sr. I i *Wax. '
start from the Fire House at was Schaeffer, Mrs. H. L. Morgan Jr., The Methodist WSCS is observing .1!' o.wo.el br\
Mrs. of
Out Work Projects and Mrs. Mr. and Ray Dorman | C..e rleeuYuhay
Emory Cooper. The World Week of at l
6 o'clock, and the judging will given by : Prayer Jacksonville :
William's Catholic Club met I meeting was adjourned until Fri the church this week. (/ were Saturday night
take place at the City Park. There i her home 'guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bryant I
will be games and fun for youngsters Mrs. night, Oct. 19, and the day night, when once more the Little Charles Norman returned
[Reddish. than modern la ONE cleaner
from 6 to 60. After : order of business the mopping and waxing wasresumedin Sunday night from a visit with I New Wheel R oro-DOLLY
the Mr. and Mrs. John :Moody and and you save 'W5 THIS WEEK!
recreation hall
wing of the his :Mr. and Mrs.
The Keystone Volunteer Fire bled, Mrs. and grandparents, I
I waxing of the son of Graham, and Ernie Griffis
building.On Leon Norman in Miami. NO DUST BAG TO EMPTY!
men have been having a Fire Col had been floors. While the wax of Jacksonville visited Mrs. Senie aid oaue .y01ot40 8 pe. set Deluxe Attach-O-Matte
lege Training Course all this week. Day," and Friday evening the job was Mr. and :Mrs. Paul Dinkins Jr. I I, Clip-on tools
drying; the regular business I j Prevatt during the weekend. I .r ctmpirablt cleaners
They have been learning all the on a [completed, with fewer workers. of .Anthony, and Mr. and Mrs. New Easy Action Zip-Clip
was held. It was voted On j Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynolds aridj TIle t%:! !':!rYT A Swivel-Top
Saturday, George Schaeffer, Jacksonville
Cox were
Horace of
latest in r both of .
those who turned out for the H. L. Morgan and j sons of Jacksonville spent Sunday He & e Super Power 20J.more suction
town can be proud of those Mrs. Joseph Pawli weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mosely .... -fuUYaH.Pmotilr
[ &
automatically have their &
boys. Seated kowski went to work and hauled Paul Dinkins Sr. and Freddy.Mr. I & (* Amazing 3-D Rug Nozzle with

Saturday night, Nov. 5, will be ,Fendrick dues paid. Several pro-I lin cinders, dumped them, and and Mrs. G. W. Sapp and Sr.The with Motor-Driven 1 IT BEATS! floating brush
for improvement of the made W. M. U. of the First Bap- Shag rug tool-optional
Ladies Night at the the lovely them into a drive-way, which Mr. and Mrs. Harold Starlingwere I tist Church held its meeting DIRTirswetpsf Low priced-$20 to $30 LESS thai
I and grounds were discus- will go behind the church from program PISTURBUUTOR J'*SUCTION
shopping in Jacksonville last most comparable cleaners
There, are no details opened,
on Firehouse'j at the home of Mrs. O. J. CUA"!
I When the wax was dry, a one street to the other. These (
but there will be dinner ficance!, { Saturday. i Anders Mrs. 'for fast cleaning of carpetsand
I Tuesday evening.
ing. Mrs. E. V. i electric buffer was used,,. men want to thank Bill Lee who I. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bennett large rug... 19911 $
I a fine shiny surface. .1 used his machinery to grade the and sons and Mr. and Bobby Ben- I'Avie Pearce was in charge. Those ? ,.p... without effortINTRODUCTORY Va/tJl 95

\Vorkl Community Day The I who took part in the eve- new driveway, free of charge, be- nett and son of Daytona, spent serving on the program were w" OFFER 1 (J9 Completewith_
Dan I' Mesdames Mary Moore, H. B. Ar- Rei. .... ... --III
To BeObserved Here were Mr. and fore the dumping of the cinders the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. I price '''.15 $ 7995 .... -_ V""l
Mrs. c !
relle deluxe
I wood, Selma Eunice E. W. Wil-
W. J. Mr. and :Mrs.
The Community Church Women Siprelle, could begin. They feel he should]Troy Bennett and Gary. tools
will observe World CommunityDay Mrs.Sunderland FILLED'T Mr. and Mrs. Ev be voted "Good Neighbor o{ the Recent visitors at the home of!kinson, J. J. Smith, J. T. Futch, See live' demonstration at our store at once or

in connection with their regular penny { I I Fox! Mr, and Mrs. George Week." I Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips were I Anders and Miss assisted Elizabeth by her Terry.sister, Mrs.Mrs. PHONE Phone lOS .,FOR 10 DAY HOME TRIAL!

meeting on Nov. 1, at the Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips and {MAUL DEPOSIT
William Plans Made Mr. and Mrs. F. IL Hensley |Sam Hicks served delicious pie C H. NAS WORTHY
church, at 8 pin Fox Mrs. local Home Demonstration Honored At HousewarmingOn I Coleman Phillips of Waldo, Mr. j and coffee. *125

Mrs. Norwood Phelps of Jack- Joseph 'I met at the home of Mrs. 'October 13, Mr. and Mrs.F. and Mrs. James Phillips of Tampa,:i Mrs. Nellie Mae Dryden of Jacksonville HMn 8itH..lllltt GENERAL SUPPLIES
sonville will be guest speaker. Dean Mrs. Austin Wednesday after- H. Hensley of Melrose received and Mrs. Alice Jones of Theressa. I and Mr. and Mrs. Com- 232 E. Call St. Phone 198-J

Gifts of mens and boys clothingwill Livingston. Oct. 19. many useful household gifts from I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crawfordwere i jmodore of the State Farm visited ..
be collected this business visitors to Jack-
at meeting,]
Mrs. Emory Cooper gave a dem- their friends and neighbors, at a I -
to turn over to the National Coun- sonville on Saturday.The .
Whittle, on the making of cloth housewarming given in their i.I "1 1 1
Waters family spent
cil of Church Women. It Is James
Jim straw hand-bags, and straw honor, to celebrate their movinginto 1 -
asked that theclothing be in Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bu-I 1 .
Platt, their home.
good condition: Gifts of moneyare I new ford Higginbotham in Maxville. I I. ,
also acceptable. I Mrs. E. Home Demonstration Coun- During the evening, refresh- The Fred Coleman family of i .. .
guest of i iI Bazaar was the main ments were served by Mrs. '
Lakeland recent visitors at M.
I were
YOUtL LOVE the new Mrs. of business. It will be held Charles T. Parker, Mrs. A. T. I the home of Mr. and Mrs. Flem i I life begins at 4O-huh!

brook parse-size fountain Ester-I I and all Cove Springs at the Dasher, and Mrs. Elbert Altman. Starling. -

ford County Telegraph rolls. Her A. Building, on Nov. 19, Miss Annie Ree Carter of Jack- .

pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad- sleeping- at 9:30 a.m. Articles of Miss Anna McCullough, who sonville spent Sunday with her a

highest quality will be sold, 'makes her home with her niece, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carter.

Beautiful unlike many bazaars, the Mrs. George Schaeffer, and the Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly spentSunday 1

will receive 75 per cent Schaeffer family, has returned afternoon in Jacksonville 1 4

Rose price of every article sold. from several months in the north, with a cousin;Mrs. Norene Thom:I j
Austin served delicious re- where she visited in her former
to the 11 members and home town of Monongahela, Pa., as.Mrs.. V. R. Reddish and Mrs

On Highway 21- who were present. At and with her other two nieces, Joyce Futch and son, Ralph, attended .

next meeting, the guests will Miss Ann Shryock, and Mrs. John- Homecoming at Pine Levelon

Baby birds easily trained, full of love new members. ny Walker, in Washington, D. COn Sunday. They also visited the

wonderful pets. All In full plumage In all : Emory Cooper was the Friday, Mrs. Elmer Livingston Benton Futch family and Mrs.

shades. Yellows, greens, and white. at the Green Cove Springs and Mrs. George Schaefferwere Eve Godwin in Starke.

AU raised and acclaimated to our Florida Club Meeting held Thurs- in Jacksonville. They visitedin Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Mott ol

choose from. Also beautiful selection of afternoon at the Colonial Inn, [Vanderhoek.Arlington with Mrs. John S. Williston announce the arrival ol ,

Farms. Mrs. Cooper a son, Eddie Ray, on "Sunday,
OVER A THOUSAND on, ferns. From Southern College at Lake- Oct. 16. Mrs. Mott will be remem-

FISH land, we hear that Miss Marilyn bered as Miss Margie Hilliard.
to the ill health of her
Miss Gladys Tillis has Rushton of Keystone Heights ,has L Jack Siemer, Rev. Edgar Wil-_

as leader of the Night been elected to the Woman's

Circle of the Community Student Government of that Col- Sti&HERDSlNEWSDon't

Mrs. C. H. Haberstroh lege. Marilyn will be a senior

: 'at.s: co-chairman.leader, with Mrs. E. L. when the second semester startsin

January.Mr. >r t
E. H. Cooper and :Mrs. L.
and Mrs. George Schaefferwere
were in Jacksonville last

purchasing, among other Sunday guests Or Mr. and I
supplies for the Woman's Mrs. Walter W. Weil of Jacksonville -

Library. having been invited for a
real Pennsylvania Dutch
of Keystone Heights Dinner. .
tr V attended the party were: The Weils have recently moved to

Hensley's four brothers, Florida from Reading, Pa. ,

Donald, Hubert and Leon -

and their wives; Mrs. I

Funderburke, Mrs. A. E. WANTED PECANS.

Mrs. Oscar Rich, Mrs. [No quantity too large or too

Camp Mrs. Malcolm Davis, small.
Cash market prices. See
Tommy Millican, Mrs. Edith bother me Fm writIng

Which Triplet Trades Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wolfe, us before selling. Dillard Keene, down a thousand reasons

Thelina Ross!', Mr. and Mrs. 117 W. Brownlee, Ph. 187. why I hate myself for not letting

Altman, Mrs. C. T. Parker, .- -.' the experts at CHAS. C.
The in the middle - ,
one -- A. T. Dasher. -- -- --- < SHEPHERD repair my television

a meeting of the Ladies set."
have the high-grade values Wash Your Clothes
of St. Ann's Church,i' The good people at Security tell my boss that the
prices to make you show evening, Oct. 20, Mrs.' 9 Founds
after first
DAIRY average useful life of dairy cows freshening -

satisfaction. Our private Fendrick shower.was Mrs.surprised Lawrence with For 40c! I is only 4 to 5 years. I'll be around longer than

flation probably won't be was the hostess, and the FREE Bleach If Desired O that though, because I'm a high producer to start

coast to coast, but in the was at the LaMee home with and I've had .good.care and feeding all the

Brooklyn. Mrs. Fen- Security Calf Starter and Security Calf
will the dollar way.
received .
average some lovely gifts We Will FEEDS
the of P ( Grower when I was a young'un Security Conditioner .
its 1938 cousin. Drop in soon members the auxiliary,
I present were Mrs. LaMee, Dry Your Clothes i when, I'm dry and those good fresh

to serve you. I Hunter McElrath, Mrs. Eliza- Security Dairy Feeds the rest of the time.

t Holmes, Mrs. Arthur Beck- For 20c cu Mills

SAFETY SIRVICfKOCH'S- Mrs. N. Watson Harden- Forty-I'll never make it! But I'll fill many a milk
: Mrs. Alma Blizzard, and In New Automatic Driers! -
pail before I go to the butcher.
DRUG of honor, Mrs. Fendrick. .

Myron Prevatt entertained
ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION Everett Fox Mrs. Elmer The ,

Livingston, and Mrs. Henry Hall Washeteria ill SECURITY MILLS of Jacksonville, Inc.

at Bridge on Thursday evening.The 1700 W. Church St., Jacksonville, Fla. /
53 WE DEUVCT Henry Halls are getting Temple Ave. Starke f

beady to move Into their lovely the her lif
for ] a-tsQt
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'...999'i99n..9YT9n......' 'fixed base radio station. The from the Air Force is usually out- groups are 3.6 million selfemployed tween Jan. 1 and Apr. 13: 1956. Order of Publication and Notice toppearl
Local Marine Commended I .\ State of FloridaTo
I squadron now has eight Mobile dated and requires modernizationand farmers. I Benefits under this program in- : Richard P. Harvey, whose residence -
HAMPTONBy :Support Units equipped'with two- re-designing before installa- This means that the selfemployed clude life benefits for the worker and address Is: c/o Bates
way radio, and four large fixed tion.This farmer began Jan. 1, 1955, to,I'at age 65 and for his family. Survivor Maine.Manufacturing Company, Saco,
Sirs. D. E. Inn base stations and one Aeronautical part of the CAP programhas gain for himself and his family: benefits are paid to his fami- You are required to appear on
A4YAS b +W1ys Mx Mobile -Station, a total of 13 two- been directed by Roy H. all the protection available under! ly in the event of his death at any November H, 1953. In the above
AAAAAAAAjLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFuneral way radio stations. The majorityof Browning, who has, until recently, the Federal Old Age and Survivors'I time after he has become insured named Court and cause wherein
plaintiff seeks divorce and return of
Saturday these stations have a range suf- been serving as communicationsofficer Insurance program.A under the act. Ipersonal property.
For Joseph A. ;Allen ficient to cover not only Florida, as well as training officer. farmer,already 65 may qualify Further information may be ob-I Bradford County Telegraph shall
Funeral services were held Sat- but a considerable number of Browning is now the executive officer for old age benefits in as littleas tained from the Social Security I weekly publish issues.this Order in next four
urday afternoon at Louise for Southeastern States. and Capt. Bert Christoffersis 18 months after the new law District Office in Gainesville. I AVithness my hand and official
hime into effect seal at Starke. Florida, this Octo-
the officer
commanding of the covering went I
Joseph A. Allen of Louise, fatherof r .s The squadron is now in the pro- ber 9. 1955.OFFICIAL.
squadron. last Jan. 1. The younger self-em-
E. D. Allen of Hampton, who of ( SEAL! Charlie A.Darby
cess equipping a large 30-foot !' la Circuit Court,
farmer will need a longer Bradford Co&Btr,
Senior ployed Clerk of the Circuit Court
died at his home there Thursday.Mr. membership in the Civil I Florida !. C..t'f'r I
trailer as a "disaster" unit. This period of work to be insured at I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
: Allen, 76, was a retired unit will be Air Patrol is available to men and Rena Jean Harvey, Plaintiff vs. Chas. R. Hess. 204 Guaranty Ufa
equipped with'high Richard
age 65. P. Harvey Defendant. Did ., Jacksonville,
the women from 19 years of age and I ? Florida
farmer, and had stayed with power, long range communication amount of social securitytax I Case No. 10-1245:! Att>s. for Plf 10 14 4t 11i /'
much of the up. Flight experience is not nec- The I
Aliens near Hampton systems, power driven electrical
essary. Cadet membership is avail- the self-employed farmer will i
his recent illness.
time during
> generator units and first aid
y per- able to boys and girls between the pay for these benefits depends upon -
Burial was in Santa Fe Cemetery, sonnel and
equipment of
ages of 15 and 18 years his earnings. The rate of self- Own
with Williams-Thomas funeral .:a 6R K k i an emergency, it will soon be ready I employed tax in effect at the pres-i Your
home in charge. and available to dispatch to any I I ent time is three per cent of net I'
Survivors include two daughters, M town or city needing its services. earnings. The farmer will reporthis II i Own IIUIIIL _
Mrs. Minnie Lee Page and Mrs. The CAP as an auxiliary of the Farmers CoveredBy earnings and pay the tax whenhe I
Millie A. Hall, Jacksonville; four U S. Air Force, has received considerable Social Security files his income tax return be-

sons, Otto and Tim of Palatka, equipment from that I \ BEVIS CONSTRUCTION CO. Inc.
Cecil of Tampa, E. D. of Hamp-i MARINE Cl'''. DONALD C. RITCHIE (right) is congratulated by his source. The squadron has been I'I' The Social Security Act was WAMED-PECANS i ,
ton; a brother, W. G. Allen of, commanding officer, Capt. M. D. Cooke, upon completing the Marine given an AFL-16A plane a jeep,'I amended in 1954, extending cover- No quantity too large or too
Tallahassee; and two sisters, Mrs.j Corps Institute course In College Freshman English. Richie is the son trailer, and about two truck loads'age to some 10 million additional small Cash! market prices. See Will Build You A HOME On Your
Leona Hartley of Live Oak and, of Mr. and Mrs. Carl-Richie of Rt. 2, Starke, and is now serving with of radio and electric equipment.The .,employees and self-employed in- us before selling. Dillanl Keene,
Mrs. Ross Wetherington of Jasper.I I the Marine Detachment aboard the heavy cruiser USS Macon. radio equipment obtained dividuals. Included in these new 117 W. Brownlee, Starke.
Stork Shower Honors I 1 BED ROOM $ 995.00

:Marilyn Mrs. Marilyn McDanlels Eland McDaniels 130, in the pastor's absence.Mr. I Local CAP Unit I I
was honored with a stork showerat VISIT I 2 BED ROOM 1595.00
and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins and Makes Rapid Strides CALL WRITE
Hampton City Hall Friday evening Mrs. George Williams were Jack-
Oct. 21, with Mrs. W. W. sonville visitors last Monday.Mrs. Toward Efficiency 3 BED ROOM
Hammond and Mrs. Wesley Griffin John E. Hammond of Cry- ,
I Rapid strides have been made in INC
stal Lake visited Thursday the local Civil Air Patrol Squadron -
Gifts were presented to Mrs. Hampton with Mr. and Mrs. .W. whose membership now con- ,
Eiland in a pink and blue bas- W. Hammond.Mr. sists of 80 Senior
bows approximately I P. O. Box 446 .. GAINESVILLE Houses are Completed on Outside with Flooring and All
with and blue
sinet pink
and Mrs. Free Hall and and Cadet members. Squadron.
Partition Studding on Inside, Only
and fall flowers adding decora- Miss Winnie Covell of Gainesvillewere headquarters is at Keystone Airpark I

tions to the refreshment table. Sunday visitors at the Ver- and personnel consists of I 218 'WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE J Tampa -- Quincy. Perry
Game prizes were won by Mrs. non Slade home. members from Starke, Keystone, PHONE FR-6.5333 COLLECT
Milton Mosher and Mrs. Maxine Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meltonof Heights, Gainesville, Palatka, and NEW OFFICE AT PALATKAEast
Bates. Refreshments of cake and Jacksonville.Of .
Jacksonville visited in Hampton
,chocolate were served to 15 guests. last wekend with his parents, equal importance to their Air on Road 100
Elementary PTA I Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Melton. Rescue Missions and Cadet Train- .
Hampton Elementary PTA will Robert Cox and Ing is the CAP's communications $25.00 $300.00
Mr. and Mrs. LOANS S
If cannot Model
meet Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 1, daughter of Hampton visited Sun- system. When the squadron was you come see Call us at East 55317
at 3:15 p.m. at the school audi- day in Gainesville with Mrs. Mae formed a comparatively short Collect, or write, and our representative will call on you.lfou'11 .

torium. Mrs. Ola M. Perkins,I Sweeney and daughters. time ago, it could boast of only one
school principal, announced this I Mrs. Edward Saxon has been I ____
week. I convalescing at her home this

"Honor thy father and mother, ,1 week after being confined to
the fifth commandment, was topic Starke Maternity Hospital several
for chapel at the school last Wednesday days last week with asthma. Mrs. : .
conducted by the Rev. Saxon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. -
Marvin Fane of Hampton. Baptist G. Pope of Eau Gallie, were in .
Church. Hampton for the weekend.Mrs. love our

Howell Williams, son of Mr. Bob Parrish has been very .
and Mrs. George Williams, was ill at her home here for the last
guest of honor for a birthday two weeks.
party at his home Saturday, Oct. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Bruce of
15. Approximately. 25 guests Gainesville were Saturday visitorsat "
were present to celebrate his 15th the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. I "
birthday. Mrs. Arnold Childs assisted H. Perry. : > Wide-Open Spacious :

Mrs. Williams as hostess. Mr and Mrs. Bobby Dyal of ,
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warren of 'Starke were supper guests Satur-

Statesboro Ga., were guests of 'day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. : i

the Carlton Chastains In Hamptonlast ,Emory Brown.

Thursday.Mrs. ,Mrs. D. E. Hill and daughter
Nora Layfield is spendingthis Deborah visited Tuesday in Pomona '
week In Gainesville with her Park with Mrs. I. V. Hipe. 4 door Catalinas !

son and family, the C. H. Lay- Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson, Introducing a Big and Vital
fields. Mrs. Dot Eiland, Mrs. Don Me-
Mrs F. B. Hicks and childrenof Mahone, and Donnie were Sunday General Motors "Automotive First" ,: ,
Jacksonville visited in Hampton visitors of Mr and Mrs. Bob
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Touchton at Bell. New Strato-Flight Hydra-Matic coupled with '

Cox. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wattersonand Pontiacs new 227hp. Strato-Streak J'-8 delivers .

Mr. and Mrs. John Pierce of Robert Cutchens spent sev- all-new performance so new and dra- ..
Starke were supper guests at the eral days last week at their cot- .
matic it be
must experienced to be believed!
home of Mr. and Mrs. Donahue tage at Cedar Keys.HIGHLAND. .
Crawford in Hampton Thursday ""2

night. f..9..Y9Y9Y.fft ..
Rev. and Mrs. :Marvin Faile and

daughter left Sunday evening for
High Point, 'N. C., where Rev. I .. r N-

Faile will conduct revival services I lly Mrs. Lacy Norman NI ; p
throughout this week. The Rev. .
James Sims of Gainesville will {tVUAI .. .. :"". -

speak at services at Hampton :Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Harvey and f ,
Baptist Church next Sunday, Oct. Mrs. Lacey Norman were in Jacksonville -
I Thursday of last week

and visited Uncle Tim Blackburnat
Riverside Hospital. He didn't
PEST CONTROL know then just when he would .

get back home, but we hope soon. ""
TERMITESALL Aunt Frances Norman isn't too '-

TYPES OF well yet, and little Tim Harveywas ,
GROVE SPRAYING sick this week with a throat .c 4 ,

infection. Shirley Smith plans to H jI
Florida Pest Control
have her tonsils out the last of _
& Chemical Co. this month, ,and we wish her good __ T
Phone Franklin 6-6035 luck: Lacey Norman sprained his M 9.n

24 N. W. 16th Ave. back last week. as>rs ,
Galnes\'Die, Flo. Dick Starling of Heilbronn visit-
Call for estimate ed the Lacey Normans last Thurs-
day. He has two sisters in the

hospital.Mrs. .
: Janie :Marr Knighton of

I Charlotte, N. C. has returned'

FILL DIRTGOOD home after spending several days.

RICH : and :Mrs. Charles Moselyof
Jacksonville were weekend l

visitors here. .
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Crews of
!Lake Butler visited Mrs. Maggie If it's a hardtop, Pontiac has it for '56 jgue Two-Tone color combinations. Name A torrent of smooth, eager, split-second

,'Crews Sunday afternoon. with Two-door and Four-door Catalinas in all jour own ticket on jour favorite type of in- power impatiently awaits only the nudge of
Winfred Wilkinson of Jacksonville
BILL JACKSONJackson and Mr. and Mrs. Mains three series! terior luxury-and get it in one of Pontiac's your toe to blaze alive with the greatest "go"

Transfer Company I Griff and baby attended church And if you like your glamour in great big 32 choices. on icheels! i
Phone 165 'services here Sunday.
Anna :May Mosely Norman is ain r packages, prepare to lose your heart to Pon- But for all its distinctive glamour, the key And the security of big, brakes and easy, -r

I patient the maternity hospital. tiac's all-new Four-door !
I We hope she is soon able to come
'' its low wide and han
,home.F. styling at ,

FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S M. Herndon and son Hulen, in an unsurpassed choice of ()
of Miami visited here last week-
three price ranges and two
I end.Mr.
JUST ONEFRIGIDAIRE and :Mrs. Runt Reddish of Pick your own particular spot b .
Lawtey were here business
"' bow and it's in of .
yours one
Made only by General |Sunday The infant afternoon.son of Mr. and Mrs.I'I" .

Motors Corp. X11 other Dock Norman was buried at Long I

Electric Refrigerators are Branch Cemetery Monday after-. "I
made by other companiesand ,noon. :

cannot use the word Sunday School 9:45: a. m. each : The ST."I

Frigidaire. Sunday. Worship services 11 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting

'Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE each Wednesday 7:30 p.m., studying -
book of Psalms. Teachers
? ? meeting each Sunday 6:30: p. m. :

Recent Birth :
E. H. SMITHTenth ::
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hazel- ,
wood of Jacksonville, .former
and Temple Ave. Starke residents, announce the
birth of a daughter, Sharon, on
Starke, Fla. SO. WALNUT
Oct. 4 in Alachua General Hospital


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NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED according to president Beatrice Bradford receipt County of, State of Florida Notice To AppearTo --
upon proof of publica- : Katie Weaver Moran whose That's Our BusinessIf
DeSue. It may be that the meet- tion of this notice, the fictitious
of Moench residence and address Is: 330 43rd
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy ing will be changed because of the &name Contracting under Electrical which I am Service engaged Street, Newport News Virginia. It's Glass We Have It!

Ozora Johnson EditorAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'AAAA appreciation program that will be I in business at 125 W suit You for are hereby notified that a ? In! CALL-WRITE or VISIT
Ave., Starke, Fla.
held the Divorcehas
on at 'Mt.
.=; OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTH !:: AAAAAAAA I Moriah, sister same church night to the pa- I owner.Washington Earle Raymond Ave., Starke Moench, Fla.125, sole W. above been named riled Court against and you cause in and the Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR

Appreciation Program dance. A donation of $1 per per trons. pqst-Halloween Jamboreewill Dated this :21st! day of October. IOU are requiiod to serve a copy of .
Soil ConservationN "One of the God like thingsin son will be asked in advance. be given at the school on A.D., 1955, at Starke, Fla. your plaint answer on the or pleading Plaintiff ft the com
10H:! ? Attorney GLASS NEED
W' this world is4 the veneration There will be no admission at Tuesday, Nov. 1, at 7:30: p. m. The 11/11 P. Fred Butler, 1309 Karnett Bank
E S Building Jacksonville. Florida We Design Modern Store Fronts
done to human worth by the the door.: Each year we give hun- general public is invited. XOTICE TO APPEaR and file tne original in tne nrnce of
Just Mail Us A Pattern for
By Bill Haas hearts of men" Carlyle. The dreds of dollars in scholarships to CHURCH NEWS Florida U Clrrolt t !. Court Chancery.George Bradford. Co.r(T. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 14 day of November, Table Tops
Soil Conservation Service members and friends of Mt Mor- deserving young women interestedin New Bethel Baptist Church, David Deatley Plaintiff, vs. 1955; otherwise the allegations of

:iah Methodist Church have. sche- college education. We solicit Rev. A. Vinson pastor, held regular Myrtle Lee Deatley Case,. Defendant.No. 10-1255 confessed said Complaint by you.will be taken as 1313 N.W..ith PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2.4353I

duled this program for Monday, your patronage. Music will be services all day last Sunday Xotlre To Appear This notice shall be publishedonce I
Foster Shi Smith, chairman of at church. The furnished Charles To: Myrtle Lee Deatley, whose each week for foul consecutive .. ..
7. 7 Williams and '
Nov. with
the -
by starting School '
p.nu Sunday at residence is
the whose mailing Attoway address, Ohio, and weeks. in the Bradford County Telegraph ..- - -. .<. 0' : _: =: _. :: :. .: ::_ :
the Board of. Supervisors for program will be rendered in honorof his Beep-Bops of Lake City. 9:30 a. m. Deacon Hankerson, is: Rural

Bradford Soil Conservation Dis the Pastor, Rev. D. W. Demps, Junior Red Cross Drive supt. All members are asked to Route You One are, Ottoway hereby ,notified Ohio. that a (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 7 day) thanes of October.A. Darby 1955.

trict, announces that the board and other local citizens that have November is Junior Red Cross attend church oh Sunday, servIces nit for Clerk of the Circuit Court.

will meet at Lloyd Green's home I i,made valuable contributions to month. All parents are asked to i all day. Divorcebaa been filed against you in the 3y Marian L. Crosby. Deputy 10/14 4t Clerk.11'1XOTICE WANTED MILLION POUNDS

Thursday. Nov. 3. Equipment \\illl'I the church program during this let your children enroll. Elementary Mt. :Moriah :Methodist Church, you above are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of -

be one of the main topics for' conference year. Ministers, teachers children will make the honor Rev. D. W. Demps pastor, held your answer or pleading to the
discussion. laymen and officers of the roll for giving one penny or more; Women's Day on last complaint on th" Plaintiff In Section accordance with the provisionsof
Sunday Attorney Alan C. Winter, Jr., SOS 23039. Florida Statutes
Also to be discussed will be churches Of Starke and Bradford high school students will receivea starting with Sunday School at Florida Title EMilding, Jacksonville The Board of Public Instruction of

the possibilities of establishing a county are invited to participate membership card for 25 centsor 9:30: a. with Florida, Bradford tice that County election hereby serves no-
I m. Supt. W. Brooks and file the original In the office of an will be held
water shed area in Bradford Coon in this appreciation program. more. The Junior Red Cross also in charge. The speaker for the I the Clerk or the Circuit Court on November 'ii, 1955 for the purpose of PECANSHIGHEST
voting for district Trustees and
or before the
ty, Special music will be renderedand I serves. "We believe in servicefor
I morningworship was Sister EthelV. 21 day of November, 1955; District tax levy for the ensuing
refreshments will be served. others, our country our com- Singleton who highlighted the otherwise the allegations of said biennium.
14/11 4t 11 4
Complaint will le taken confessd
That fine rain we had last week Lay leaders L. M. Royal and M. munity, and our school' in healthof contributions of the women of the by youThis as _.

sure stirred up 'the lupine planters. -[E. Roberts: are heading up the mind and body to fit \is for church in the past and present. notice shall be published -
Some Of the folks who used program. Read this paper next greater service, and in workingfor During the afternoon hour the once weeks each In the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele < -- -- -- -

the District grain drill to plant I week for complete plans. better human relations women of Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. graph.
Dated this 14 day of October, 1955.
winter pastures were Frazier Homemaking ConferenceThe throughout the world. We have Church and Allen Chapel AJH.E. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Chariest A. Daroj COLONIAL MARKET PRICES H

Shaw, Sam and J. B. Whitehead, State Conference for Teachers joined the American Red Cross to Church furnished the program. By Marian Clerk L. Crosby.of the Circuit Deputy Court Clerk I

Felix Sapp, Frank Norman, andJ. of Homemaking Education is help achieve its aims by work- Sister N. Pullum was in charge 4/21 4t 11/11 I

B. White. being held Oct. 27-23 on the Flori- ing together with members every- and the main address was delivered IB Circuit Court, Bradford County, FLORIST ,

da A & M University campus. The where in our own and other lands. by Sister Margaret Albert.At Florida In Chancery.
consultant will be Dr. Mu- PT.Hobby Club Chlt- hat Beverley Crooks Hart, Plaintiff, is.
Jack Edwards used the District guest 7:30 p. m. an original pageantwas Malcolm. Bradley Hart, Defendant No Quantity Too Largeor
fertilizer spreader to fertilize the riel W Brown Education Mis- According to reporter Emma presented by a cast of more' Case No. 10-1252:! PHONE 218

land he is going to plant lupineon. sions Branch, Division of International Burney, teacher of Lawtey Train- than 50 women and girls, highlighting Order Appear Of ;Publication State of Florida And Notice Tot To

Jack says he gets so much I| Education, Washington,I ing school the Hobby Club is making the lives of great .women Malcolm Bradley Hart, whose resl- (i Small
D. C., who is an excellent speakerand a quilt. The name of each idence and address is: c/o Mrs )
more grazing from the lupine past, present and future. The.Viola B. Hart, King George, Va.
when he fertilizes that it more an authority on familycentered member will be embroidered on it. pageant was written and directedby r You are required to appear on
programs. Bettye Jean When the quilt is a finished product -. November 14, 1955, in the above
Ozora Johnson
than for the trouble. supervisor of : FLOWERSFor
Court and wherein
Thomas, teacher of Homemaking I it will be raffled off to the Negro schools. The program plaintiff seeks divorce, custody and

Jack Waters and A. C. Ellis Education at RJE. will attend members. Who will be lucky chairmen were Maybelle Roberts (('control of minor child and cost of All Occasions

used the District weed chopper. this conference. She is also teach I enough to own this masterpieceof and Wilhelmenia Brooks. The suit.Bradford County Telegraph shall

Ellis is chopping around ponds ler'of' vocational home economicsand hobby-crafts? President True captains and financial leaders publish this .Order in next. four DISH GARDENS

and low wet areas in his fields, instructor for adults in the Love Smith is asking all membersto were Sister Leona Royal, Sister weekly issues.Witness my hand and official seal POTTED PLANTSPOTTERY

getting ready to plant clover. By.evening: classes at RJE. attend the next meeting and do Lula Singleton, and Sister Ethel at Starke, Florida, this October 11,

chopping down the heavy weeds. Adult Education your part in completing. this project. Williams. The women raised 1955.(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs DILLARD KEENE

the clover seed will be able to I Three classes are now in operation $328.58 during the day and de Clerk of said Court.
the and with the in Adult Education at RJE- Principal C. C. Anderson urges feated the men of the church. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk Flowers ''ViredAnywhere
get to ground Martin J. Pearl. 204 Smith Building 117 W. BROWNLEE (Former 10th St.)
weeds down the young clover seed General Education, Typing and all patrons to allow their childrento Jacksonville, Florida.
Train in the combined Attys. for Pit. 10/14 4t 11/4 PHONE 187
Homemaking. At Lawtey participate
lings will have plenty of light to XOTICE OF INTENTION TO '
out and ing school Miss A. B. Andersonis Halloween Party on Monday night, REGISTER! FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE TO APPEAR
get grow.A ( Notice is hereby that Starke Fla.
offering General Education and I Oct. 31, at the school. Parents are ndersigned, under the given provisions of I I Un Florida Circuit !Court. Bradford Coaatr Nona St. Starke ,

complete soil and water con is assisted by Zeporah Jenningswith always welcome. The teachers are Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida, Acts.I Willie Edward Chancery.Moran, Plaintiff, ,'s. -- ._ .
servation farm plan was preparedfor music and Emma Burney,,planning to award two prizes: 1. f 1941, will register with the Clerk I'Katie Weaver Moran, Defendant. . J"- -- .. ._ .. :! ; _..:

Felix Griffin on his place Arts and Hobby-Crafts. Almost I o the most comical or funniest outfit ---

near Graham. Felix was cutting 70 persons have paid registrationfees. I 2. the neatest and most attractive I 1 .

some land when I came up. He The attendance on Tuesday outfit. Come out dressedto . .
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stopped his tractor and 'we dis- nights seems to surpass Thurs win a prize.Thurston . .. ........ .
day. Lets make each night elementary school of ; . . . .
100 .
cussed the different phases of a . . . . .
soil and water conservation farm 1 per cent in attendance. Typing i is Lincoln City held regular PTA ,.... e e . .1.1.... ... 1 .-. .
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that will help build up his land, day nights of each week. Persons: largely attended. Mrs. Janie '" .'.;.'............. ........, .: : :.:
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I her committee .
Felix remarked, "I want all the|. are(Mitchell and ares . ,
organic matter I can puf on my i asked to.! enroll tonight. It i making plans for the programs ,
land. I know this ground needs 'I(i never too late to learn. American that will increase finances of the ..,..-.,

'. of r .'Education Week will be observed organization. There will be a Hal-
'p enty good crops. can iiil
see the difference in my crops!:i'November I 6.12.Scholarship loween party at the school on I ;.j .

since I am turning under a good Dance Tuesday,. Nov. 1, 7 p. m. The best ;. ,. i' _

cover crop." I. ,Delta Sigma Zeta Chapter ol masked person will receive a prize. ;4 41'0

Zeta Phi Sorority Inc. will givea Games will be played; good music 4 .,

Jesse Newsome used the Dis- I dance on November 4 from 10 I for your dancing pleasure and .
till at the Recreation Center, plenty of refreshments. Elder E. ; C7NEi
trict cultipacker to plant Pensa-
Gainesville. The local members are, L. Walker. president, S. R. Price
cola Bahia grass seed. V. S. St. :
Maurice Jenkins White and OzoraJohnson. principal, Silvia M. Price report- j
John has teen doing the tractor
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fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBROOKER Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and I Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Wood- Mrs. L. A. Mott Sr. and Jackie, weekend guests of :Mr. and Mrs. The WMS of the Brooker Bap.

M 09lR ti Mrs. Jimmy Crosby in Starke. I II row Thomas and family, Mrs. L. A. Mott Jr., and :Mrs. Rita D. C. Wood in Anderson, S. C. I tist Church met last Friday afternoon -

I ,Mr. and Mrs. W. W Ratoora and Annie Thomas and daughters, Brown of Gainesville, Mrs. Scar- Bryant Moore, who has been,, at the church. Mrs. M.

Cecil Moore of Jacksonville visit-"Jeanette and Eileen Benny Mc- brough and family of Worthington -upending several weeks here with 10. Harrell presided over the business -

CHURCHES By Mrs. E. B. Castlen.AALVULIIAAAA.AAALLll ed Mrs. Beulah Harrell and Mr. I Rae, Truby Pinholster, and Coy I and Kenneth Scarbrough of I his mother, Mrs. Ophelia Moore, I session, and the program was
and Mrs. M. O. Harrell and family Edwards.Mrs. Tampa. has gone to Halletsville, Texas, j sunder the direction of Mrs Er-

last Friday. I : Grover Thomas spent last i l The W. E. Bighams Sr. of where he is employed finest I Lester.

Garden Club lias ilr. and Mrs. Jack Hodge of I week in Jacksonville with Mrs.' Lakeland are spending this week Rev. and Mrs. Fred Green of I Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Lewis of

Installation Service palatka visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson and Mrs. David Star. with the Bighams Jr. Jacksonville visited Mrs. Rosa Pine Level spent Sunday night
The TabernacleSunday Presbyterian !
At The Brooker Garden Club met Dennis Hodge last Sunday. I II I ling.Winfred Mr. and Mrs. L. c. Wood were Pinholster Sunday afternoon. .with Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas

services at the Taber- Friday through Sunday Annual at the community hall last Fri-I i I Sorry to hear that Argent Tom-I' Hazen and son of .
with two visitors, Mrs. linson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville visited the Aubrey!
nacle were conducted by the sponsor meeting of the Men of the Church day night \
who brought the ,message in lof Florida at the George Wash- Hewlett Anderson and Mrs. Roy Tomlinson, fell off a trac- Hazen family Sunday evening.We r..

the morning and evening. Virgil ington Hotel, Jacksonville. Charles Robertson of Gainesville, tor Sunday and broke her leg. are sorry to learn that Bishop ;

Owens was acting superintendent Saturday, 3 p. m.-Adult Choir present. One new member, Mrs. Mrs. Vera Bardin of Canal Thomas is in Alachua Gen- .
of the Bible School. practice. Mizell of Brooker, was added to Point visited Mrs. Banie Mott eral Hospital with pneumonia. .

The Ladies Auxiliary of the Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morn- to the roll. Saturday. Charles Fisher of Jacksonvilleis

Tabernacle, which is supporting a ing Worship, "The Christian Home After the business session Mrs. Rev. W. M. Lawhorn has re- the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
and the Reformation," 11 a. m. Anderson installed the followingnew turned home after spending some Ralph Nettles this week. '
little Jewish boy in a Palestine Mrs. W. E. BighamJr. Mrs. Betty Jo Goodson and q. ': ,J
Youth Fellowship supper meeting officers: time with his children in Talla-
orphanage, has: received a beauti- 6 p. m., Mrs. L. L. Fullwood and,, ., president; Mrs. Ralph Nettles, hassee. children of Gainesville spent two
ful olive wood offering plate Mrs..R G. Paterson hostesses.II first vice' president; Mrs. Howard Pvt. Gary Lee Jones of Ft. days with Rev. and Mrs. Ressie

made by the boys in the craft Evening worship 7:30 p. m. Wait, second vice president; Mrs. Jackson, S. C. is visiting his par- I Carlton, while her husband, Lane

shop of the Chirstian Approach Tuesday-Monthly meeting of' Ernest Edwards, recording secre- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones. I Goodson, attended a special classof .
Mission in the Holy Land. This Board of Deacons, 7:30: p. m. I' tary; Mrs. Frank Tomlinson, treas- John Burr, our school principal the U of F Agriculture Experi-
was a gift from the little boy, H. C. Douglas, cor- ment Station in Quincy. "-
Wednesday-Junior Choir practice urer; Mrs. was on the sick list last week, -
and is much appreciated. 3:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting responding secretary. Lovely corsages but is better now. Word from Hugh Crosby this

7:30 p. m.Christian. were pinned on each of- Mrs. J. H. Kelly is still on the I week says he likes California fine, P
CARD OF THANKSWe ficer by Mrs. T. W. Markey. sick list, and we wish her a speedy but it's just too far from dear ,

wish to express to our many Church Refreshments were served by recovery. old Brooker. Hugh is in the U.

thoughtful friends our heartfelt I Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor the hostesses, Mrs. G. B. Colson, Our sympathy goes to the rela- S. Navy and his address is: Hugh

thanks for their expressions of I, Mrs. Earl Green, Mrs. Rosa Pin- tives of L. D. Polk of Trenton, Edward Crosby, AA478-25-08, Sit-
t Sunday 9:45, Bible school classes ron 192, NAS, Moffett Field, Calif.
sympathy and acts of kindness holster, and Mrs. E. B. Castlen. who died at his home Saturday.
for all ages. C. W. ColsoR, Interment was in Dedan Ceme- He would like to hear from all
during our bereavement. The Morning Worship 11 a.m. 3uPt.1 Home DemonstrationClub his friends.
beautiful flowers, cards and other worship, 7:30 m. MeetingThe tery Sunday afternoon. Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Chambersand
Mrs. Polk former residentsof
tokens were especially appreciated.The rteaver 6 p. m. I Home Demonstration Club were
son of Jacksonville are spend-
family of Mr. Clarence Bible Study and Prayer Meeting' met at the community center
Sullivan. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. Wednesday, Oct. 19, when Miss Visiting the A. I. Mann family ing this week with Mrs. Chambers' -

'. Dorothy Ross gave an interesting I I and Mrs. J. H. Kelly last weekend parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. I .

.. demonstration on making hot were Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Groover Hodges Sr.
I! Out of town visitors at the
Miami Mr. and Mrs. Frank
rolls. Mrs. T. W. Markey was se- ;]lof
Special lected as chairman for the ex- .,Groover and family, and Mr. and i Church of Christ were Mr. and .

I hibit at the Bradford County Fair.I,lof Mrs. Joshua Groover and family! Eleefrie kitchens are matchless !. I
Refreshments were served to the Dade City.
The Church of God at Brookeris
REVIVAL SERVICES seven present.
holding revival services, con-
Attention, All CitizensOf
ducted by Mrs. Henry Lee Willisof
Brooker and Vicinity p BOY. I'VE. SORE SEEN)
Friday night, Oct. 28, will be / Ocala. Special gospel singing ( GETTING SOME NASTY)
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke and music will be a feature each tATCLY" '
the Halloween trick or treat night ,(J SPLITS .
night starting at 7:30.I / '
for our youngsters. Please have a'/ ,
OCTOBER 30 NOVEMBER 6 lots of cookies and candy on hand. |I The Bill Bighams spent partof ( Yes. truly modem kitchens are automatic. .-; i(
last week with the W. E. Big- i
All children who wish to participate hams Sr. at Watermelon Pond. L-- work-saving give you more time to enjoy|
NIGHTLY 7:15 please meet with Mrs. Wil-at The Howard Waits joined them the fabulous fun of f Florida living I t. ,
son Green and Joyce Castlen '
(there Sunday. ; I
the community center, Friday I| Arthur Kelly of Atlanta Ga. .1& COOLER won't heat up your ;!
night at 7:30. '
i ,spent last weekend with Mr. and ;
Don't forget the Halloween o fJ "White Glove" CLEAN! r
,Mrs. C. S. Kelly. Cliff Kelly of I II
Carnival Saturday night at the
'Wildwood was a guest of the -' \
Brooker Farmers Market. Cos- iKellys Saturday night L I Q SAFE as electric lights. I
at 5 m. '
tume parade begins p. I Mrs. Bill Genovar.and baby and I f
j Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock1 : : \. .. 1
Mrs. Grover Thomas and son spent ... '
i there will be choir practice at,,Tuesday visiting Mr. Thomas, who \ And remember IF IT'S MODERN...IT MUST BE ELECUICI ti /t
the Brooker Baptist Chuprch, is in a Jacksonville hospital. /
under the direction of Alan Land ..
Woodrow and R. G. Thomas visited FOLLOU: 6PORTOONS
j who recently moved to our com-)
munity from Pensacola. He ia.! Groover on Monday. .EACH WEEK IN THE
Mrs. Drew of
| Dukes Worthington -
very talented in this work and' ADS RUN BY. I
and Mrs. R. N. Dukes and
.A we urge you to take advantage' ,son' of Jacksonville visited Mr. I SEE YOUR DEALER OR CALL
.. I
M. ; of this opportunity. "and Mrs. Wade Harrell last Sun-

p_ b "s the Friends death will of Mrs.regret S. to F.learn Hardee of![I I'day.Mrs. Loca Waters is spending FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY !' I

of Hague, an aunt of Mrs. Wilson
-A | a few weeks in Augusta, Ga.
Green. Mr. and Mrs. Green and
;I with her son and daughter-in-law, H
a children visited Mr and Mrs. J.j
I Mr. and Mrs. .Roswell Waters.
E. Hardee Sunday j
I Roswell is stationed at Camp
Mrs. Curtis Chambers of Jacksonville 1t _
REV. ELWIN ANDERSON, EvangelistPastor I visited Mrs. Dave Greenlast Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harrison of
Saturday.We I
Jacksonville were guests of Mr.
Springfield Baptist Church, Jacksonville are sorry to hear of the and Mrs. C. S. Kelly Sunday .
misfortune of Zedra Hamilton.

Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Song Leader Monday morning, while he was night.Among those attending the

rounding up some cattle on the .
Homecoming at Pine Level last
Miller grove, the saddle came
Singing -- Preaching
loose and Mr. Hamilton was

.._ thrown from horse. The 1
his ex-
-f E- .fS SBjtB ;f.C&fifaf t S&SSiSS. f S'- EfS -E tB m & tent of his injury is not known
I at this writing. He is in Alachua
DID YOU KNOW General Hospital.Miss lr
Ernestine McLeod of ,

IT'S ALMOST HERE ? I Gainesville guest of Mr.was and the Mrs.overnight Thomas

I Hamilton Monday night.

Attending a fish fry at the ., \,
WINTER home of Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukesin \ :' 1 I

Lake Butler Thursday night of

last week were Mr. and Mrs. Earl li
I .r..vpr.y'I
11 Green and daughters, Mr. and

FOR THE Mrs. T. W. Markey, and Mrs. heard about your wonderful .

i .Mary Green. service, but, ahem I"! L

SAFEST, QUICKEST, CLEANEST Weekend guests of the George t
We to
Rev. try serveyou
Tetstone family were and
HEAT YOU CAN HAVE ,Mrs. Henry Lee Willis and daughter well, and then 'MJ _. "

Linda, and Mary Willis of We hope that .

Ocala, and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. You'll be back again; ; ..
G-o Gas.Eve'Ybady Tetstone of Starke. You'll find comforting + ; ;.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fast of reassurance In Ford's] i ; .

'Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. GUIDON GRILLGeorge exclusive new Lifeguard .

'I Bill Terry last Friday night. Design.

Mrs. Annie Newton of Sparr is Kopelousos, Owner
1 visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Ra-

1 born for a few days. Starke, Fla.CHARLEY .
I Albertus Miller is recuperatingat

\ Talking About I General home HospitalMr. after being in Alachua It's a small thing to do _

and Mrs. Bobby Jones and .
I ,Mrs. Vidal Smith visited M. B.

'Bass in Newberry Thursday of for feller" r: _
last week. "big
i _
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Howard and

r2fttbnrlc. .family of Jacksonville were weekend J

guests of the E. P Crosbys.Mrs. .
I Effie Wheaten of Apopka Give. your Family f added protection against the major causes of accident injuries

Mrs.visited Mary Mr. Rogers and Mrs.last L. Davis week. and by cloaking them in the Lifeguard protection of the new '56 Ford.

I Mrs. Clyde Green Jr. and in-

: fant son are at home here now No car before has taken safety so instrument panel and sun visors-new opfamous "skedaddle" of the Thunderbird

Iur.rTAitLdWant; After leaving the hospital, they seriously. Ford for '56 makes the first tional seat belts. here it is-Ford's new 202-h.p. Thunder-

'spent ten days with Mrs. Green's major contribution to passenger and bird Y-8 engine. It's available in
(mother in Alachua. .r driver safety. It's Ford's new Lifeguard New Thunderbird stllng.1'o' other: car Fordomatic Fairlane or Station Wagon
Design and .t'includes I beautiful has quite the styling "touch" this new
I Mr. and Mrs. George Goedhart a model It's hills when
quick-on .
E. JOHNS & SON '56 Ford with I long, 1 low lines inspired by starting,
spent Tuesday in Jacksonville.Mrs. new deep-center steering that when passing.It's .
: Doshie Prescott and son, about this question acts as a cushion on impact-new double- the Thunderbird. In the I looks department !

I and Mrs. Wilson Russ visited Mr. grip door latches which give added protection Ford is truly) a pace setter. quiet-wherever you drive-longer-I

and Mrs. Frank Polk in Trenton I've known of guns stolen against doors springing open New 202-h.p. Thunderbird Y-8 enlived., too-thanks to Ford's deepblockunder
last Saturday. impact-new optional padding for 9 ine. If }'ou\'e longed to en'all that construction. -
Sunday night, Oct. 30, will be from the car or shack, guns ,.

I Young People's Night at the accidently dropped in the lake
Brooker Baptist Church. Please

I make plans now to attend. Singling damaged against rock, or /.1- f1Jr The fine car

1 will be under the direction at half the fine-car
_"" : price
.Of Alan Land, The program will burned up in a fire. Can I -r rl
; '-
: !
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0' .

to heat your home better be ple.conducted by the young peo- get insurance on my guns and _.-,"",> ".",,,,,,, ?.<,",k\. ">,'/::" .'.f. ,:, .'y.'''''. .r' '"',.,.....'.<>.""-,,,>,>..r"..:'"Y.;j'.L.. ". '.. > ., A
r at less cost with greater convenience Donald Williams of Dundee was equipment against any kind .. "* '''' Ford ,. ;

Then come in and let us tell you visiting the G. W. Davis family 'l "!!' _.. ._. _U-...._ ..
about Dearborn Area Heat! last week. )f loss or damage? < :

Pvt. Donald McNeil; of Ft. Jackson ,:' /:

PRICED FROM 24.95 UP i I \with, S.his C. parents is home, for Mr.a and few days Mrs. Charley E. Johns Andrews Motor

John McNeil.
CompanyJ.DISOY _
I Mrs. Minnie Hazen and Raud
L & Son AgencyPhone
Crews were dinner guests of Mr.
'SLADE GAS CO. and Mrs. Wallie Crews in Melrose;

Starke. Florida \ Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry and If You're Interested in an (A-1) USED CAR Be Sure to See Your Ford Dealer STARKE, FLA.
Frances, and Wilbur Barry were

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I Presbyterians Complete New Sunday School Annex .

PacesU. BUS Meets Perry Friday; New Hospital i I The First Presbyterian Church]

S. Economy? made full use of its new seven-I]

Loses To Lake City 3212The Nears CompletionBradford room addition to the Sunday !
In Rapid *I4W School building last Sunday morn-

ii/II" ing. The annex is built along the
released by the : Tornadoes journey to Perry ''''Y ..... County's' new hospital back line of the church lot and
Florida State Chamber of Commerce -I'tonight (Friday) for a game with ..: ...." now virtually complete except for makes an L with the former Sun- '

show Florida's economy outpacing 'the luckless Taylor High squad the finishing touches should be day School building.

national averages.The that has managed to win only once ready to receive its first patientssome Each classroom is 9 x 16 feet

basic element In 1954 Florida -I so far this season. The" Taylor time in December R. E. and is designed to accommodatefrom

with 1940 Florida I lads have likewise scored only one Edmondson, administrator, an- 12 to 15 pupils.
86 cent. touchdown this year and that w nounced this week. The classes and their teachers -
gain: per -.1'
Is population
6-0 win -
The national figure was 22 per came last week in The plant will be inspected by who will use the new rooms are as

over Cross City. the Florida State Development follows: Nursery Mrs. T. A Yawn: I Ir
cent.Metes and bounds: of the state's The game with Perry, a member Commission by the end of the Kindergarten, Mrs. L. H. Gibson:

growth along with national averages of the North Florida Conference j month Edmondson said. The Com Primary, Mrs. Louise Harden:

are given in this week's replaces the East Florida mission handles the Hill-Burton Junior Mrs. Herbert Green; Pioneer -

business review of the State'Conference foe, New Smprna, who I 1 Federal aid grant to hospitals and R. G. Paterson; and Senior

Chamber's research and industrial j I dropped the Tornadoes after five must place its approval on the High Mrs. K. G. Duncan.

division. Floridians were paid,seasons of playing. And new facility here before opening. The corner room on the southis

490 per cent more in personal income BHS will be trying for its Completely equipped, the hospital the minister's study, and duringthe

all sources (276 percent fourth win tonight after sufferingits will cost close to 42700000. Sunday School hour it will be r -
from .... ...... _._,, :
the last Fast School staff. == ;z.Z"- =- L" _ia_ .:: -
was the national gain) resulting second loss of season _Sixty-five per cent of the cost of used by the Sunday

in a per capita increaseof Friday in a 32-12 defeat beforea the building was paid by the !I Each room has an outside en- I jdorf Sr., Rudolph Sink, Mrs. E. furnished and built in memory of

244 per cent (20S per cent nationally -I huge Homecoming crowd in Runner _fi Federal government. ;trance and is fronted by a five- :1.[ Davis, Mrs. Herbert Green, I Elder J. R Kite who served as

). The accompanying I Lake City. 25 Bed* foot sidewalk which is covered by Mrs. L. H. Gibson Mrs. David chairman of the building committee -

population gain held back per Tornadoes Score L ___ I The 25-bed tuilding will contain the extended roof. !Montgomery R. G Paterson. and \ and chairman of the eontrart _

capita increases to a less rapid I The TSrnadoes weren't able to 1 1f complete nursery and emergencyroom The two rooms of the older I Rev. w.. S. McAliley. committee.B. .

rate than total income. stop Lake City's unbroken winning -f WAYXE \VOOTEN, 155 pound Junior, plays right halfback and is facilities operating and de- ,Sunday School building will be i The church has spent $5,200 on F Hall was the building contractor -

Bank resources in Florida were streak, but they were able to leading scorer with the Tornadoes this year. So far he has accountedfor lievry rooms, diagnostic x-ray department used as an assembly and dining |the building which sum does not and the church expressesits

1 up 493 per cent as compared with'I'score on the Tigers a feat thatno 31 points this season. and clinical laboratory. ,room and a church kitchen. j'include the gifts of labor, land or appreciation to him and to Leroy -

228 per cent nationwide. Life in..j, other team has been able to BOBBY FERGUSON, 148 pound Senior, plays left halfback and is'' "Everything is of the latest design -I The committee in charge; of alterations -'I supplies by the City of Starke, Norman Jr., who accepted the

surance in force in Florida was do in 10 games. probably the fastest man on the Tornado squad. I' and improvement," the hospital in this part of the i!Dave Paulk, Dr. E. M. Fearney, electrical contract.

cent in 1954 than _. t a t__... _t church building is of T. Jackson, Mrs. Rev. McAliley the
441 per more The Tornadoes snoweu- piemy ui I administrator said. The Federal composed George An- expressed
in 1940 and 188 per cent throughout -I offense in the first half and moved -I ed and Lake City held a slim 7-6 ing 85 yards for another 6 points government supplied 65 per !'I Mrs.: Claude Crowson, chairman. I'W. and Mr. and Mrs. Garl hope that in the near future a

the nation. Florida's gross the ball well against Lake City's lead.The 'and a. 20-12. halftime lead. I I cent of the building funds with Mrs.Guy Andrews, Mrs. Herbert Mathews. The church was aidedin special day may be set aside for

postal receipts grew 311 per cent defenses. Reddish did a good job Tigers scored again late in Tigers' Long Run the county making up the remainder Green and Mrs. R. G. Paterson. its plans by a grant of $1,000 an open house event so that any

while national receipts Increased I of directing the team to their two 1 the second period by moving the Starting the second half the from race track monies. The building committee which and a loan of $2,200 from the friends of the church can see the

206 per cent. Gross cash farm scores. When it seemed that the ball downfield on ground plays. 'Tornadoes took the kickoff and, Adequately Staffed I I j planned the addition and recom- Suwannee Presbytery, of which it new rooms which will mean so

income in Florida was 372 per Tigers would hold the Tornadoes Bobby :Minchin scored from one not being able to move had to Approximately 25 will mended the contractor is composed is a member. much to the educational program _

cent more and the nation's farm I for yardage. Reddish faded back yard out, but Pueschel failed in'punt to Barnes again. He handed/ I be employed on the persons staff when]!| of Guy Andrews, B. C. Holtzen- The minister's study is being of the church.

ers received 260 per cent more. I I and threw ground-gaining passesto I his extra point try and his team off to Minchin who behind a perfect the hospital opens Edmondsonsaid. I

There were 187 per cent more Ferguson and Kopelousos. held a 13-6 lead.Reddish wall raced 65 yards for The administrator is still I 1 P. H. KlaustermeyerDies : 'St. Mark's EpiscopalRev.

passenger cars registered in Flori-I Statistics show the Tornadoes ConnectsThe another score. I accepting applications for all types t Suddenly E. MacBlaln
da and 77 per cent mofe .I Tornadoes started moving The last Lake City touchdown II j Raymond
holding their own with the Tigers, of positions and contemplates no
nation's highways. Florida truck again but it seemed that halftime came on a play that put the I I
pass II
: 58 ofj Mark's Episcopal
but the difference between the difficulty in assembling an adequate Paul H. Klaustermeyer Services.at St. _
and tractor registrations were up would catch them before they ball near the Bradford goal and I died in I will be follows:
two teams was the phenomenal staff in time for the facil- Keystone Heights Monday |II Church as _
175 cent nationally 114 could score. Reddish found his Bobby Wester went over to end : Church L.
per percent \Lake City tailback Ernest Barnes. ity's opening. a Jacksonville hospital following Sunday: 9:45 a.m. -

Electric power productionin Extra Point Good I receivers however and uncorkedtwo the scoring.The Staff membership will be composed a brief illness. He had been emi -'I:School and Adult Class; 11 ajn. j
Florida increased 660 per cent complete ones to set up the Tigers piled up 178 yards !Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30:
I The Tornadoes kicked off to of'doctors from Starke and !ployed by the duPont Company i:
and 283 per cent nationally. t 'second Tornado score. Kopelousoswas rushing while the Tornadoes The Doctor's Hospital is an- p.m. Y. P. S. L.
Even in lumber cut, Florida:Lake City who immediately marched 'I on the receiving end of the gained 148. Tiger first downs Bradford County. No resident I nouncing the following! births: {for 30 years the last eight years j Wednesday: 7Cs p.m. Litany
downfield the BHS 38 yard physicians will be at the hospital.
showed to first 12 BHS 15. Mr. and Mrs. L. in the Starke vicinity.Surviving i i.. 8 Choir
an increase 7 per cent as pass and Reddish found totaled and 1 George Kersey being and Meditation; p.m. -
line where Barnes threw a left- Governing; Board I
compared with the national 27' Ferguson three yards from the : Outstanding for BHS on defense The ''of Starke a son, Leslie Keith, I'| is one sister, Mrs. : Practice.
handed to Woods who new hospital is located
per cent. The 1953 (latest avail pass Jerry goal line where he was hauled i were Joe Harden, Harold Godwin,I four and on I born Oct. 23. J Carol Boberg of North St. paul i; Holy Communion: 1st Sunday,
a half
went untouched for the first acres at the
able date) Florida cut was greater score.over Lynwood Pueschel kicked down just before he could step :Wayne Wooten and Kenneth junction of new Blanding Road I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Underillof Minn. I 11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday 7:30 a. m.
than 1940 for the first time. over for the score. On the next Green. I
Charleston, S. C., a daughter,
the extra point for a 7-0 lead. and Colley Road in East Starke.
wa" in fact greater than any year play Reddish scored and BHS The entire BHS backfield looked Construction born Oct. 25. Mrs. Underill is Church of God _
began late in October II III
The Tornadoes took the ensuing I Hi.Way Chapel
since 1937. was still one point behind when good offensively, with Glen the former Doris Moncrief, daughter -
1954 with
kickoff and ate up the yardage to Reddish failed again on his attempted Reddish Bobby Ferguson, and New Mulbry Inc. of of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moncrief I Assembly ol God Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -

PTA move downfield for their score.A I boot. I Harold Godwin standouts.On Smyrna Beach as the con-' I Morni i Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve
CarnivalSet of Starke.
tractor. School 10 a. m.
Coin Sunday
pass from Reddish to Fergusonset I With seconds left in the first Nov. 4 the Tornadoes play Moore of ning Service 7:45 p.m., Y.P.E.
Gainesville were the architects.The I I ing Worship 11 a. m. Evening II and
the ball the 12 yard line Service Wednesday 7:45: p.m.,
For on half the Tornadoes kicked off toBarnt's their first home game in over a The Starke Maternity Hospitalis Service 7:30 m.!,
Evangelistic p.
MondayThe hospital's 7:45
governing Friday p.m
and ftom there Woolen Meeting
Wayne Prayer
on about his own 15. month when they meet the Sea- announcing the following births: Woman's Missionary Council -

scored on a.quick opening play.Reddish's .I Twisting and turning, the fleet breeze Sandcrabs of Daytona members are: Charles Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cassels of meeting Wednesday 10 a. m. Lawtey
annual Halloween Carnivalwill chairman; J. M. Edwards vice School 10 a.m. Morning -
I try for extra point failFarmer's Tiger tailback raced the remain-I Beach at the Starke stadium. Lockloosa a son, Harold Wayne, Midweek preaching service Sunday
be held Monday. Oct. 31. on chairman; Mrs. Louise Kite secre- Oct. 22. Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving '

the elementary school"; grounds I Cancer Closets I r tary-treasurer; C. R. Whitehead Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McRae of (Thursday, 7:30: p. m. I Saturday 7:30 p.m. _

from 1.30 to 8 p.m. The Big Show lems but at least it I and J. K. Douglas.Pecans i
helps on
Starke a daughter Roxanne born
will be presented at 9 a.m., 2 p.m.. ( Being Used I I Oct. 21.Mrs. St. Edward's Church II I FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH

and 7 with admission 25 one.Talked I LAWTET, FLA.
to J. B. Gaskins this To Advantage
: Sunday Mas at 9.15 a. m. I Preaching .
cents. School 10 a. m.
week and he says he is having the !' Roger MathewsMrs. Holy day masses. 6:30 a. m. and I Sunday
The costume parade for bus Beta Sigma Phi members are 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek
same old trouble with those tiny Cents .
Forty 8:30 a. m.Children's
children will be held 9:45 well with the response'given I service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. -
at a.m., pleased j
worms in the buds of his berry I Roger Mathews 2-1. died' Catechism Class each I
and for others at 415; p.m. Prizes ( plants. He says he has tried sev- to their Cancer Closet which |I At Second Sale suddenly Tuesday in a doctor'soffice Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. I A. E. Massey pastor.wOOnr.iWN
for pre-school and school age chil- is located over the office of Dr.
eral husband is
things including parathion, at Palatka. : Keystone Heights MISSIONARY -
dren will be awarded.A and nothing seems to help. T. G. Ritch on S. Thompson St.,,I a former resident of Starke. but,I (At St. William's' Chapel) I CHURCH
spaghetti will be serv- wish to thank the public The second pecan auction of the BAPTIST _
_supper S S I They moved to Palatka several years i t (Follow Hiway 21 south to St I
ed from ,5;till 7 p.m., at 50 cents I Well, Frank Alice's brother I for the support and donations I I current season held Oct. 20 at the I ago. Besides her husband Mrs., William's Sign.) I 10 a.m. Sunday SChOOl, 11 a.m.

per prate 'I and his two boys Gene and ,that have been made in the way 'Starke Farmers Market saw Mathews is survived by three sons, \ Sunday Mass S a. m. preaching. 6:15 BTU. 6:45: : prayer -
.1 services
Starting at 1:30 pjn., hot dogs Robert have come back to Floridato of materials for bandages and "15,714 pounds of nuts sold at an Funeral services were held ir I Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. I II service 7 o'clock services.song _

hamburgers homemade candy, stay. They will be with us until -I other supplies. average of 40 cents for a gross Palatka Thursday afternoon. I Confessions before all Masses. 7:30 evening k

coffee, cold drinks and homemade I I Already the closet has received -''return to growers of $6,285.56. _ _ .
they can put up a home of
ice cream will be on sale. Enter- DiaryBy their own on our place. Frank requests for many dress I Second sale figures were almsota
tainment features will include the duplicate of the first sale when
ings pads and other items; and
drove an old truck and he said
Country Store, fish McGarvey !'15,689 pounds were sold at an
farm pony at present several cancer patients
that the truck burned up 20 gal I'
rides! fun house, fortune tellers,I All of a sudden it turned cool lons of oil in making the trip. II are being supplied with their I average of 39 1-2 cents for a return -

balloons noisemakers. house of this week and we just about frozeto Then Frank laughed and said various needs. This demand and Of $6,125.78.Average .

horror dart throwing and old death. Some people say your that he had used "burned"oil. supply is what will make the price of the leading

time movies. blood thins out when live in closet going concern. varieties at the second sale were:
you Alice's other brother Ed is due UNLAWFUL
Tickets for the Big Show and the South Curtis, 41 1-2 cents; Success 41 IT'S F
for any length of time, shortly too, so pretty soon this Mrs. R. E. Firth chairman of
the supper are on sale at Bradford but to tell the truth, the other old place ought to be jumping this project in Starke visited the 1-2; Money Makers 34 1-2; Stew-

County Telegraph, Ducky's, and night Sam felt like he had no again. i beta Sigma Phi Cancer Closet in I'I'i I arts 45 1-2; Seedlings. 34 1-4;

Koch's. blood at all. And to think that he S S Jacksonville and through her ''Mayhans 49; and Sleigh 55 1-4.

co.Cj once was in a place where it was Alice planted a mess of radish forts and those of other e-I'1 "I

33 degrees below lero! seeds this week, and soon we'll bers of the local chapter, and i I Rites Tuesday For Person Persons to Engage in .

w. c. T. u. + find out just what kind of market Miss Dorothy Alvarez. chairmanof For Mrs. KellyAt Any or

I IlLD We turned the water on the there is for them. Ed raises a the Bradford County Cancer i

I few lot of them up at Tom's River, Committee, a hospital bed was Sapp Cemetery
berries we have set farwe've
GROW IX THE SAME FIELD." I; ( lost a lot of them already) N. J. The big question now is made available and is now being Mrs. Sallie Harris Kelly, 73, Business Under A Fictitious Name
and it still is a thrill to see the whether they have to be put up used by a local patient.
31. K
( died Monday afternoon at her S
XTIOXAL"OIC& lifegiving water sprinkling on the 'n cellophane bags. Also the Cancer Closet is receiving -
) home near Raiford following a
plants. Irrigation may not be the S its share of funds allocated -
heart attack. The Name Registered
I solution to all a farmer's prob- While riding out on Bayless by the American Cancer
Mrs. Kelly was born Oct. 10, ,
Hiway Sam saw a farmer tryingto Society which will be a welcome -
1882, the daughter of the late
get some cows off the road supplement to the funds raised by
and slowed down to rive the man Beta Sigma Phi members. I iTom and Linnie Vinning Harris. I .
BUSINESS DIRECTORYFor I She member of the .
was a Baptist -
I a chance. He knows what it is 1 -
These funds will help but the
like to be to stock Church. ..
_ Reliable. Dependable Service and Merchandise Shop get sorority asks the public not to Besides her husband John N. t
back in and have
Starke Business Firms cars go racing decrease their donations of white she is survived two I
Kelly by
by as if almost daring the stock Read This Florida Law"It '
-- I to get in the way. materials suitable for dressings daughters :Mrs. Linnie Tomlinsonof
pads, etc., but rather to make
____ Johnston and Mrs., Olline pon
4 u- h The hairy indigo in left field ist I more Of an effort to see that the I of Waldo; two sons Bill! Smith of shall be unlawful for any person or persons, aa defined hercia, to

HIGH TESTED having a race now with the closet is supplied with their needs Lake Butler, and Jack Smith,
I under fictitious herein defined
defined a name as
THICK WALL WELDINGCAST I frost. It is seeding and we hope I as much as possible. As requests ,Jacksonville; two brothers Haried engage in business as ,

ffiON BRASS I the frost doesn't come too soon increase so must the supply. I Harris Johnstown and Columbus without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the

CONCRETEBLOCKS CAST STEEL and ruin it. I Mrs. John Deas phon 224-J Harris St. Augustine; and one clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of businessis

II.will be glad to pick up any dona I sister Mrs. Fannie Williams Lake with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit

CUMBER'SWELDING The forecast for the next thirty tions. Butler.
I i 1 all interested stating under oath the names of
signed by persons
SHOP days is for unseasonably cooler The local Cancer Closet is open I Funeral services were held at

And Phone 248-J weather, so it looks like we can from 3 to 4 p.m. every Saturday the graveside in Sapp Cemetery all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest

Cor. 10th & Thompson but if there is a special need Mrs. i near Raiford Tuesday afternoon of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carried
READYMIXEDCONCRETE expect an early frost this year.
_ _
E. A. Yancey may be contacted I at 3:30: o'clock with Rev. Alton
-a--- until the desiring
S S SWell on. Said registration may not be made person or persons _
after 6 p.m. and every effort will Dobbs officiating. Interment followed -
we have two cows and I fictitious ,shall have advertised his or
1 _ be made to help when needed.J. in the family plot under the to engage in business under a name
two and all
heifers we are gettingis
direction of DeWitt C. Jones fun their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four
Phone 94 MARGE'S a trickle of milk from old Joy
B. White Named eral home.1Formosan. weeks in as defined by law in the county I
and that right at a time whenwe ((4) consecutive some newspaper

BRADFORDENGINEERING KING KONE are going to need a lot of As( Farm Bureau I where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be

CO. milk. Sure hate to have to buy Visitor accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of
At State Director
In some of the stuff they sell for Observes Practices
milk nowdays. I II such publication.
Package Milk Shakes S S j I J. B. White of Starke has been I
Cheng Chao Cheng senior specialist I
I And That certainly was good beef j appointed to serve on the resolutions and director of the Plant
OPEN SUNDAY committee of the Florida If engaged in business under name
KING KONES we had butchered recently-at I' ,Seed Propagation Station Taiwan you are any
Farm Bureau Federation, it was
least Leo thinks so. The rascal Provincial Government Formosa
12:30 8:00 P.M. II '
I. DELICIOUS \stole some off the table right before announced this week. China, was a guest this week of

7:30 10:30 A.M. I j REFRESHING I dinner the other night and The committee, composed of the Bradford Soil Conservation other than own and have not had this name

Alice could have walloped him farm leaders from throughout ,the District through the courtesy of your ,
0 -
{she was so mad. I state. will begin its annual meet- 'the Soil Conservation Service.

I SI ings in Tallahassee prior to the | :Mr. Cheng is interested in observing -
FULL LINE OF --i. I will be
GROCERIESWEST ,| Went to a private concert of state convention which will open local soil conservation properly advertised and registered, we

I classical and jazz records the Sunday, Nov. 6, with headquartersat problems and what measures are

END DRY CLEANINGGROCERY ;;other night, but right now as the Cherokee Hotel. I being taken by the SCS to solve

Sam is writing, a mocking bird.. David them. While in Bradford Countyhe
G. Click Clewiston, chair. all Information
is singing its heart out in the ;man of the committee has called visited many farms, includingthe glad to give you necessary as

oak tree out front and it's songs. FFA farm and district nursery. _
WE CALL FOR \the first meeting for 3 p.m., Friday I
I put all Of manmade music to I .
AND DELIVER shame. I I' Recent Birth: 1 what should do.

Schwinn Bicycles Phone 135 I Church I you
Read about an egg that was, Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier of i
discovered that was 3,000 years; Starke announce the birth of a'son
FILED I Dr. T. Walter Herbert, professor"
NEW METHOD old, and while some people might'J William Thomas on Oct. 18
LAWN. MOWERS REPAIRED ; CLEANERS not believe it, Sam does. He opened .:jof English at the University ol",!,in St. Vincent's' Hospital, Jackson- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Simpson Bike Shop I Bob Green 315 Temple Ave. I one the other day that must: :r Florida will conduct the mornin i'ville. Mrs. Rosier, the former Co-i i

S. Walnut St.fALAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4. i- (have been laid by the same pre.. service at the First Methodist, I lette Green, and baby returned to I __

7' historic hen. Church this Sunday. .their home here Sunday.

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