Bradford County telegraph
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03347
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 4, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:03347
 Related Items
Preceded by: Starke telegraph

Full Text
f Julian c .
-." =3




.. .

Begins Container WoodYard.Corporation .: fj E'. ., : BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGPH

In Starke J .
Operation :.L. Official County Publication Established In 1879

,.. .. ,-- <,

Faster :. >?
Is Convenience ,1. -

For Producersrr ,. Council Sets Up Civil Defense Program Given BoostMore I

...-u.. __" ..
;: :. ..: :; ': ::FTAs -
,; '0' Restrictions
I --
.' '
ObserversGreatest '
'' .
: .
..,, -.
On 301 BuildingsIn -_;.
I > ....
: ; : -<.
1 h r G NeedCivilian I z F >

a resolution directed to the
Board of County Commissioners, i
s the City Council Tuesday night i Defense organization j! Vt
''' I II
'in Bradford County was a'' '
asked that the graded road between given
the Farmer's Market and I I shot in the arm last Friday when !

the Blue Chip Cafe on Highway i I the new ground observer tower ;i

Liy T 16, be designated as a needed ,,was dedicated at ceremonies in'':

:. farm-to-market road and hard- the high school stadium. '

__ surfaced in the secondary road I The tower will be used for the i! t

t. f y FB program. first time Sunday, Nov. 6, in a''
+ i t In another resolution the Coun- .' I t .
; statewide practice alert, when itI **a. ,
I cil banned the erection of any new : t r -
L I will be manned in shifts from 9 ,
buildings on Highway 301 which,' a,m. till 7 p.m. I II rt rf
t not at least 50 feet back from
an' initial step in a I I Huge Hyster lift truck Is seen above in action at Container's new are :I Mrs. ,Mariarr Howe, Civil De- '
1 the right-of-way. It also stipulatesthat
gram to benefit local pulpwood yard south of Starke. This rig can transfer a load of pulp- service stations must be backat I fense supervisor for Bradford

and to speed and expand wood from truck to rail car in two "bites," requiring about ten minutesfor least 65 feet. County, said yesterday that some ,

purchasers in Florida, entire operation. Former process of unloading by hand required I In the same vein, the Council..30 volunteers have signed up for

Corporation of America about an hour. Seen above 'with equipment are ((1 to r) an unidentified \discussed the possibility of con the Ground Observer Corps, but

ed 'and started pulpwood producer; Albert Sparks, yard employee; Clarence Taylor, demning some of the old shacks that around 50 more are still ,
pulpwood yard in Starke. along Highway 301, but did not needed. A course of instruction I \
yard manager; and L. D. Vining, Container field representathe. Operating I'
located so th.of town, take concrete action. In the discussion for GOs was held in the courthouse -
the rig is J, P. I'arrish. J
of U. S. 301. I I it was brought out that I I Tuesday night with train- 14//7M 2

"The yard is already beautification of the highway in ing officers from the Jacksonville -.Vx "
20 to 25 rail carloads a I load a full car at a time. An front of such buildings would bea headquarters in charge. Additional

Seaman Hudson, operator can bring in only one I!Andrews Named waste of effort and money.In I courses will be given when 15
Container Corporation's I load of wood and get paid for it. other actions, the Council: more observers have been recruited -

department, said this ,: Formerly, he had to load a full,( Heard R. L. Soisson, representing :Mrs. Howe said. Maj. Luis 'Zendigui, State Coordinator j t

we hope to raise that car and do it in two days or less C of C President I a group of Saratoga Heights Stresses Need I of Civilian Defense t t -k
homeowners, appeal for the (above), tells of
or 40 carloads a or. pay demurrage charges. I open- Maj. Luis Zendigui, State Coor- importance pi 7 1P
I ing of Pratt Street to their area. Ground Observer in
Corp overall
long. Hudson said the company has in dinator of Civil Defense, speaking'
Soisson told the Council that a IT. S. Defense picture.
Suppliers for the operation a similar woodyard at at the ceremony here last Friday
Edwin W. Peck, Malcolm petition had been presented to the I'pper right: A'ewGround Observer
Glen st. Mary, and plans to se stressed the wartime and peace-
Council some time ago, but thatas Tower, located school
and Marshall Matchett. up others in the state when it done. He I time value of the CD program.He on
had been Y
yet nothing grounds, which
was dedicated
Four Starke men In
I I becomes feasible. .. told the Council that the said the Ground Observer
was by j Civilian Defense
working for Container Wood shipped from Starke will job was definitely scheduled, but Corps is the most active part of I last ceremonies here

here, L. D. Vining is i I go to Fernandina Beach, where that other projects such as the Civil Defense. Civilian Friday !
field Defense Queen Sandra
pany's Container Corporation has inter- hospital and the sewer and light "We need the human eyes and t
Clarence Taylor is grater paper mill and box-mak- expansion plans would have to ears of volunteers to search the Johns (at right) is seen as she

yard and Albert Sparks I'ing facilities. The company be- come first.Received. skies, and human hands to make look: a turn at the microphone in r ,

Raulerson and James gan Its first Florida operation a report from New I reports he said in pointing out last Fridaj's observance of CD J

employees. |'there' in 1937 when it built a mill Bern, N. C. advising the Council that radar can be jammed and is Day. lz

The yard opened in to produce sulphate (kraft) pulp. zaN that the dismantling and loadingof not effective for aircraft flyingat

occupies an 11-acre tract I Production was augmented in 1948 the generators was proceeding I low altitudes. He added that

railway' spur' line built by the addition of a mill to manu- saisfactorily, and that two of the people in the U. S. would get only
will be used for storage as facture kraft linerboard and by engines would be loaded 'by next about three hours warning in the

for shipping, Hudson said.He .the installation, in 1952, of equiPment week.Went event of enemy bombing.
explained that the over a report from a Jacksonville -
for a "high yield" process. "The Ground Observer Corps
fits local pulpwood that is repairing'jthe
i The final unit in the longrangeplan ,I concern I needs a million and a half workersin
several ways. ( city's street sweeper. The re-
at Fernandina came in 1954 the U. S," Maj. Zendigui said.
"Firsl," he. said "the I pprt recommended that certain
with the addition of a box-making So far only 500,000 have answered
I .
facilities keep production ,welding! modifications in the ma- ..
plant. .the call. I. ,
steady level, since we can chine would reduce future repairs. .
store the wood ,when 1, In. all the company has.,...facilitiesin I Requested City Attorney Arch "I hope the citizens of Starke tty

shortage of rail cars. S3 cities in 20, sates.-in which Guy Andrews, local realtor, Thomas Jr.. 'tocontact Florida will give Mrs. Howe all the

"With the equipment ,there are six paper stock plants, was elected president of the Brad- I Power & Light Co. and request ance she needs to assist-I

we can save the producer IS paperboard mills. 18 shpipping ford County Chamber of Com- the lowering of certain of their station 24 hours a day," he

erable time. Only one :container factories, 12 folding merce at the annual election held power lines along Highway 301 Colorful Parade i 5" 41 -"

the driver needs to be carton factories, and two flexible Monday afternoon in the chamber north of Starke, so that the city The,stadium ceremony was pre-

truck and we can packaging factories. In addition, office. can service residents within the ceded by a parade from the High

truck in about 10 Container Corporation owns a The new president will take city limits. In the discussion School through the business dis-

out the yard, a truck subsidiary, Carton Internacional, 'over the gavel from incumbent which followed, Clerk Carl Johns trict. Civil Defense officials, the

tied up j>n hour or more S; A., in Panama which, in turn, president J. O. Gay at the organ-' told the council that in the modernization National Guard Color Guard the

to unload. I has substantial interests in ization's annual banquet to be program there would be High School Band, CAP squadron

"And now It is not Columbia, Mexico and Venezuela. held Tuesday night, Nov. 15, in I enough funds to furnish service, members, and:the 40 & 8 locomo-
I the Methodist recreation hallS. ,every populated area of the tOj tive took part in the parade over

I G. Denmark, F. F. Stump, Agreed to furnish water which Miss Sandra Johns reigned !

Tornadoes Win At Perry; T. H. Slade, and W. H. Grahamwere fayette Claude Street Prevatt, through, who lives a two-inch on La- "as Civil Defense Queen.Col. I ii ,

elected to the board of Harold
Prevatt makes Ashley, CAP Group r
directors for three-year lerms. meter, providing Prevatt Commander, Jacksonville, told of I 1
Return To Friday NightAfter Other elected the necessary payment. s
officers Monday;wants the water to irrigate straw the cooperation between the Civil, t el,
were: W. H. Graham, vice president -j
,berries. I Air Patrol and the Ground Observer
I ; S. L. Peek Jr., treasurer; < T
"In he a
Clerk Carl : Corps. peacetime,
more than a T wIth an unbalanced T and the and Mrs. Marian Howe was reelected Was advised by said, "the CAP flies a
over I
taxes and i
Johns that the new city '
"foreign fields," winged T secretarymanager.Date from the elimination observation posts to help train_
the proceeds
of the
annual Santa
20-0 win over an straight'I Jack Welder, 150 lb. quarterback of cash discounts on electric bills the volunteers and increase their
Claus Parade was set for Satur- "
team last Friday night, is rated as excellent and \i day, Dec. 10. will increase the city's income this interests.

Tornadoes return to also a good passer. Scotty Dun- The Chamber directors went onrecord year by about $50,000. Sheriff P. D. Reddish, Bradford Lt. Harold Ashley, at microphone. Seated (I to r) : Mrs.
Civil Defense Director
home ground tonight to lap Jr., 165 Ibs., is the outsland1ing empha- r j [ Marian Howe, County Civilian Defense Supervisor; Mrs.
as endorsing a public park sized the need for defense against
breeze of Daytona Beach. left halfback and Elwood I at Kingsley Lake in the area i Two EscapeesAre invaders. a- 4 Marguerite Hail, Chief Observer; Miss Sandra Johns, CD

The football calendar Hiatt is another good backficlder,j known as Dead End Beach. This Officials Present Queen; Sen. Charley E. Johns; and Sheriff P. D. Reddish

here for the next seven being capable of playing all posi-I':project had previously been en- Caught Here, Others participating in the activities I County CD Director. (Photos by R. P. McLendon.)

'dorsed by the Starke Garden included Rev. W. S. Mc- -
fans will also be able tions except quarterback. Phil I
Walser end the list 'Club. Thanks To RadioBradford Aliley; C. S. Partin principal of New
the Tornado Bees in right heads I' BHS; Lt. Henry J. Calnan, train- Eagle Store Pulpwood Operator Raise For Clerk

day night against the of 'linemen for his outstanding!Volume County's two-way ing officer; Mrs. Marguerite Hall, I Faces Charge, Of

City Gridders. Next play. Bradford Coach Lennard LargeAt radio system was instrumental in chief observer; and Carl Johns, Opening Here Statutory Rape j Depends On State
night the A Squad goes up Register states that the visitors' Third Sale the capture of two escapees and city clerk. State Senator Charley. '
Friday MorningStarke's
perennially powerful I line is about like his own in size I four accomplices fleeing from E. Johns served as master of Charles Mosley, 28, Highland Of City Finances

of St. Augustine in and weight. I I Of Pecans Here ,Marion County last Friday. ceremonies.The I pulpwood operator, was arrested i

contest and an ; Long Run Nulified I Advised by Alachua County new tower, located in the newest business, the last week on a charge of statutory -1)i: What does a city official answer

ference game. I The Tornadoes turned on the I deputy sheriff Coleman Phillips! I northeast corner of the BHS Eagle Department Store, opens rape, in a case allegedly involving when asked if the city finances will
Kelterllnus l.Ddt'feat steam last Friday night to defeat Competition was brisk at the that the armed fugitives were I athletic, field, is a former Seaboard -I today (Friday) in newly remodel-I a 17-year-old Bradford
I permit raise for himself
a ?
third pecan auction of the cur- I north 'Highway .301 *Air Line signal ,tow ed _and modernized
The A Squad game Perry 20-0. The locals scored in heading on ; r con I 'County girl.The
II rent held the former Setzer's location, 111 I i City Clerk Carl Johns had that
season Thursday, verted for
lerlinus wag moved up to every quarter except the third, : Bradford County deputy Fate observation use. The warrant was issued on
I 27, at the Starke State Farmers Patrolman City Starke movedit its E. Call St. Oct. 27 and was question tossed at him Tuesday
day, Nov. 10, to avoid a on runs of 28, 50, and 65 yards. : Brown and Highway Of to Mosley taken
with Homecoming I An 80-yard touchdown, run by Market. Ten buyers took part in Carlos Musgrove moved to inter- present location and arranged for The local store is one of a into custody by the sheriffs of-i(night at the City Council meeting

the annual Gator Growl Reddish, was nullified. BHS rush I r I the spirited' bidding on 22,694 I I cept them. I necessary alterations. group owned and operated by a flee of Clay County, and turned'during a discussion revolving

I I([pounds of nuts, netting growers Mrs. Howe said that when the partnership of three Lake City over to Bradford County authori- around
University of Florida, ed for 200 yards and 'picked 'up I I The fugitives stopped at the I I a proposed $690 a year in-
Ketterlinus is. another 106 via the pass route.I $9,009.48 for an average of 40 B. & G. Truck stop, where the necessary number of observers brothers John H.. Chas. A. and ties 'crease in his salary

team for the Tornadoes I Harold Godwin, put the Toroa- cents per pound. I local officers apprehended them.](i'has been recruited the tower will Harvey D. DeVane. The brothers Mosley was released upon posting i Councilman L.'O. Hazen broughtup

their string of victories s out front in the firs4 quartet Curtis led in volume; with an While Brown kept them under be manned 24 hours daily, with are already operating similar $1\000 bond. the matter by suggesting that

to 17 games. by taking a pitchout from Reddish average of 41 1-2 cents; Seedlings watch Musgrove frisked them for I each volunteer on duty about stores in Lake City,' Live Oak, the city clerk's salary be increased
35 1-4. Stuarts 45, Presidents two hours weekly. She Madison' Jasper, and Pclatka. from $3,600 to $4,290.
Tonight's game with and going 28 yards for the tally.Reddish's weapons. The fugitives were I I urges '. Street Crew Gets
shapes as battle 1 kick'for extra point I 40 1-%, Randalls 35 1-4, Money placed in the county jail, and citizens to sign up with her in Manager _of "tit'Clarke store Councilman Ruby Johns then
up a ( Makers 34 1-4 Mahans 55 1-2, the Chamber of' Commerce officeon will be Mrs. -Lillian Jackson of j asked:
visitors' powerful was' no good,: and "BHS held a later turned over to ltarion.Counautho -I Salary IncreaseWage
IBradford's | land I Schley'ep. the courthouse lawn. the State Farm. She will be assisted I "Do we have the money?"
6-0 lead. On'the it
and the ty s.
strong kickoff'aftel i.louchdown "I I by Mrs. Martha Yancey, i Chairman James A. Lewis then
Later it learned that two t increases for some city
fejise. The home sqaud Perry moved doggedly \ was Mrs. Nelma Keen, and two others .posed the question directly to
improved Its 'offense, I'down to the BHS 4 yard line, Bag Snatching I of the group were r escaped convicts Farm Bureau yet to be named. Mrs. Jackson employees totaling $1,950 a year 'Clerk Johns:
they fumbled and Tornado from the Maricamp prison were voted by the City Council i!I "Do '
angle this we have
every game ; enough to
said that the ,store would carry a money
Mars HalloweenFor I
one of the season's best. recovered. From their own camp and the other four accomplices Elects OfficersW. complete line of men's, women's, in a regular meeting Tuesday]]pay for such a raise?"

be an East Florida b and company drove f'j Small Fry in' their escape. All six and children's, clothing and shoes night at the city halL j j Johns answered by saying that

game, but will have no field to their own 35, where Red were given JaiJ sentences. The motion was, introduced by ,he would have a meeting later in
ina, bracketThe '
S. Sibley, George HUU all in the popular.priced
Councilman I. E. Clark, chair-\
on the conference threw a perfect strike to fun was spoiled the month with the city auditor
and F. J. Shaw'were named dele- first Eagle Store was esta.1)lished
who scampered 65'yards for several small trick-or- Damage Suit man of the street committee.I and at that time the city finand-
as Bradford is in the '
gates to the state convention of T> the late J. H. DeVane,
division and Seabreeze for, the second score. God- I treaters Monday night when y Stressing the fact that many of ,;,al position would be greatly clarified. -
m Result Of CollisionA the Farm Bureau to be held in father of the present owners, in
southern. Since Bradford ran over the extra point for, their bars of. "treats" were' I I. workers, were underpaid, and .
Tallahassee 6-8 the Lake in 1930. Before World
Nov. at City
snatched could not be replaced for the same I I Previous to the
13-0 halftime lead. by larger boys along I suggestion of
viously lost to Palatka, suit for $189 in .
damages, .meeting of the local chapter last War II, two other stores had been
he that raising the clerk's
Walnut Street, Identity of the I ,wages strongly urged salary Councilman -
whip Ketterlinus to stay Perry' Lacks :Punch which Dr. S. R. Marco, local Friday. established, in Madison and Jas I.
race for the northern Neither team could muster a teen-age. "hijackers" is not optometrist U the I :they be given moderate increases., Ewell Lawson made the
known but due to their plaintiff, and Alternates selected were: M per. Others in the group were I ,After a joint discussion with suggestion that the Chairman of
championship.Long. i drive in the third quarter James Hornsby. retired farmer, White and J.
J. B. added the
cruelty, several little fellows Wiggins R'I after war. ,s:R. Hicks, foreman of the crew the Council receive a raise for the
Time Rivals in the fourth Reddish ran the the defendant, was heard by Coun- Hixon. The building where the store is :the ;extra work he has but Chairman

Seabreeze will enter ; play to his right, cut back ,, Including" one 'who was enjoying ty Judge T. A. Yawn Tuesday.The An election of officers was held I located is owned by C. H. Nas- I increas.es were approved. James A. Lewis told the Council _

game with a 5-1 record I his left and raced 50 yards j the thrill. of trick-or-treaUng action is the outcome of during the meeting with the following worthy who ha* completely re I he did want the increase.
for the first time, returned
another Bradford Gifts Requested
the Tornadoes 42. Last score. God an automobile accidenb .which result: modelled the structure, including,, I
Seabreeze ran over Winter again ran the extra point home in tears to sob out the occurred in August on Highway"1 President J. R. Kelly; Vice- a modern front For Vet Joy Shop SCS Office MovesThe
story of what to them, wasa
32-6, while the over.Reddish's 16, east of Starke. Dr. Marco is president, W. M. Edwards; Secre- I I
priming up against Perry long run of 80 yards genuine tragedy.It the owner of one of the vehicles tary-treasurer, F. L. Watterson.The Band Will 'Rock' Anyone who wishes to give a Starke offices of the Bradford -
is doubtful if the I
20-0( win. The Tornadoes nullified when officials ruled I larger involved in the affair. His wife following were named to gift for the Veterans Hospital Soil Conservation District

Sandcrabs have played the ball dead before he picked it boys who would stoop to such was driving it at the time. the board of directors: W. M., The Bradford High School prac- Xmas Joy Shop, may leave the and the Farm Forester have been

past seven seasons, BHS meanness, win read this piece; Each aide of the case produced Edwards-- chairman Phillip Mar- ticed this week the maneuvers gift with their name on it unwrapped moved from their former locationon

the last four games. Perry picked up 10 first downs but perhaps someone who ran two witnesses, and the testimony tineau, Foster Shi Smith M. F.' they will present at the Seabreeze I at the Bradford County Call Street to 106 S. Thompson

score was 14-6, to 6 for Bradford but could never and will read 'will convey the took about two hours. Judge Wiggins T. C. Crawford, J. R game Friday. The number is j Telegraph office before Nov. 15. above the H. C. Wall Agency,

Coach Fred Hoganil1 get its offense in high gear to message to them Yawn, has not 'yet reached a de- Kelly J. R. Nixon A. H. HarleyJr. based on the popular song "Rock, The Joy shop is sponsored by the'The offices are open Monday

,varied offense, mixing a against the Tornadoes. I cision in the suit. .. F. L. Watterson. Around the Clock." I American Legion Auxiliary. (through Friday, phone 152.Oae. .


__. __ _.n". -. ,- ",- __, n _- ,- -. -". _- .,- ...-- -,---' ..,- ., ,- ._'.'- ,.,-- .-. '_. __.-,- *";
-- -




4 r

s .

editorial NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED America. Come see your child's

school during this week. were in Gainesville on business At The Tabernacle
last Saturday.Mr.
Is Election Day By Ozora Johnson, EditorAAAAAAAAAAJ all reporters of all and Mrs. Lacey Norman Fred L. Sacher of Park Of the
Tuesday &&&&&&&&&&&&&i&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& AAAAAAAAAppreciation churches and all organization for and son visited the G. L. Sappsat Palms brought the message at

Case You Her/n't/ Heard SpeakerOn representatives are C. C. Anderson news. Let the general public A get-together was recentlyheld Heilbronn last Friday after the Tabernacle last Sunday morn-

:Monday night, Nov. 7, at and O. R. Johnson. Don't delay know what you are doing. The at the home of R. C. (Uncle noon. __.,, ing in the absence of the sponso: ,
You probably hadn't realized it. but "election 7:30: o'clock Principal Eddie Join today. service is free. The publishers will Sonny) Griffis west of Lawtey in Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moselyof Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley accompanied -

day" is only three days off. It's the Special Tax Thompkins will address the citizens Junior Red Cross Drive be rewarded if you purchase a honor of his 78th birthday anni Jacksonville spent the weekend a group of Gideons to
School District Election for Bradford .County, of Starke and vicinity at Mt. November is Junior Red Cross paper each week from your news versary. Mr. Griffis is a retired with the L. M. Normans. the State Prison to hold services
Moriah Methodist church their Month. All children are asked to in the morning and afternoon.YOU'LL .
stand or favorite boy. farmer and used to grow straw-
when three School District Trustees will be elect- our news Those from here attending the -
annual appreciation program. enroll. Executive Secretary M. Milton and Robert Ellerson are berries. He has always been able
set ? union at Russell LOVE
meeting Baptist
ed, and the School Tax District millage levy the new Ester-
Recognition will be given the Hall states that all classes in the
leading in sales with more than to have a garden of some kind Church last Friday were Zet- brook purse-sue fountain In
for the next two years.usual is followed pastor Rev D. W. Demps, for his elementary school that pay 50 50 customers. Put a dime in your up till now. After a bountiful tie Padgett, Daisy Padgett, Ellen ford County Telegraph. pens
voters if the' pattern
Many and fail unselfish* service and ministryto cents or more will be enrolled budget each week for the Brad- dinner, :Mr. Griffis opened his Norman, and Rev. E. C. Harvey. pastel shades. Only $2.53: at Brad-
will dismiss this election as unimportant the people during his entire 100 per cent, and in the high ford County Telegraph and knowwhat's many useful gifts. Revival Sen-ices
to at the polls to cast their ballot. Others, conference that will termi- school classes with of
year happening in our town. Those
attending the affair wereMr. Our i"e'ivalill begin Sunday, Are All Cold
however, will hold that any election in a free nate this month. Rev. Demps 75 to 100 will be enrolled for $1 Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church, and :Mrs. M. L. Thompson! of Nov. 6, and continue through the
country is important enough to warrant a few will leave for annual conference on per class. This is a minimum Remedies
Rev. Washington pastor, held Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. 12th, with Rev. Merle Packham Alike?
minutes of their time, and will go to the polls as Wednesday, Nov. 9. According to figure, but give generously as the Sunday School with Supt. Homer Dinkins and son of Sanford, Mr. conducting the services. The public No! For example 666 is the wide-
part of their duty as a good citizen. Layleader L. M. Royal, all clubs American National Red Cross Williams in charge. The lesson and Mrs. Roy Griffis and sons, is invited. activity medicine, which combine
The three incumbert trustees are up for reelection and groups have made reports 'stands ready to serve in any disaster was taught to the adult class by Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Norman and Regular services as follows: of the moat effective widelyprescribed -

next Tuesday, and all the unopposed. that will enable the pastor to regardless of race, color or the pastor's wife. It was a very 'son of Highland, Rev. E. C. Harvey Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Morning cold miseries drugs known, to 666 relieve aU
They are L. F. Dinkins of Starke, A. L. Green of make a successful report to Bishop creed. Chapter representative Ozo- appropriate lesson: "Jesus pre- and son. Afternoon guests Worship, 11 a. m. Evening potent and gives sooner.positive dramatic is more,
They W. E. Bowens and the dele- ra Johnson will supply any additional sents his Mission. Rev. Washington : rapid relief from miseries of
Brooker, and 0. J. Phillips of Lawtey. serveas were Mrs. Honey Wilkerson and Service 7:30 p. m;. Prayer Service all kInds
trustees for the entirE county. Before the Minimum ation. Special music will be a information that you need presented his credentials to children of Maxville, Mr. and Mrs. each Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Teachers of colds.in effectiveness.That's why 666 is unsurpassed -
1947 feature of the program. concerning this organization. Col- Supt. Williams, who read them to Dick Try It.
Foundation program became law in Starling and children of Meeting each Saturday 7:30p.
in Florida Chapel Program Lauded lections will be made from all the school, stating that he had Heilbronn, Zula No other cold remedy
there were hundreds of school districts Starling, and Zet- m. can match 666 liquidor 6 6 6
and each had its own board of trustees to super- Three skits were presented by schools by Nov. 15. been duly appointed pastor of the tie Padett of Highland. 666 Cold Tablets.

vise schools in that particular district. In 1947, the seventh grade pupils of RJE Hospital FundPresident church by the Rte. Bishop CareyA. Aunt Frances Norman is still Presbyterian Church
school undr the C. C. Anderson has Gibbs the
direction of L.M. of Eleventh Episco-
under the weather.
and each Smith
districts abolished, coun- Shirley
the small were -
considered district as a whole. Royal, teacher. The moral in appointed a committee to study pal District. The pastor was accepted returned home Saturday from Saturday-Adult Choir practice,
ty Since was school'trustees seldom make ne\vs. the each play was excellent, particularly the possibilities of raising funds and took his place in the Alachua General Hospital where 3 p. m.Sunday. Now
in "Thoughtless and for furnishing a room in memoriam He declared all Open
about their duties and some Impa- pulpit. offices of she had her tonsils removed.Mr. School, 9:45 a. m. Morning
public is rather hazy tient People. Emphasis for the Bradford County the School
Sunday for this
was placeon vacant
Worship, 11 a. m. Message by
consider them'"obsolete.. The 1947 and Mrs. D. L. Rigsby of
folks even courtesy and respect for the Association. The entire conference year. The following Starke visited the Dr. H. G. Bollinger on "The Gid- SMITTY'SBARBER
Education parr
report of the Citizens Committee on rights of others. The featured group is in favor of this persons were elcted: Homer Williams family eons and Their Work." Youth Fel-
recommended that Boards of Trustees be abolished. participants were Chester Crum project. Last year the administrator upt. John Given, Sunday afternoon.
; secretary Mr. and Mrs. Vernon lowship supper meeting, 6 p. m.,
Flori- Griffis
Several organizations concerned Deloris Jenkins, Consevella Good- of the hospital, Mr. Ed- ; Nonie Pullum, treasurer; Mary and Betty Jean Schmitt SHOPCourt
da education, as well as the Florida League of son and Willie Alfred Kelly. Special mondson, addressed the teachersat Mrs. Washington, reporterassistant and baby of Jacksonville, and Mr. and Rev. W. S. McAliley hosts.
and Mrs. Dick
Women Voters, have asked for abolition of the Halloween music was rendered Hampton, Macedonia Baptist adult teacher; Elizabeth Giv- of Heilbronn Starling and children Evening Service, 7:30 p. m., sermon Street Opposite
trustee boards, since they feel that the present along with a spiritual, led Church and told of the services ens, adult teacher; Ozora John- Normans visited.the Albert by the pastor. Court House

"twilight zone" of trustee authority makes it difficult beautifully by Deloris Jenkins.All that would be available to our son, pianist; Irene Thomas, teacher and Mrs.last Sunday.Mr. Homer Smith Tuesday Circles of the Women .
to clearly fix responsibility for good school members of the class were group. This will be the featured junior dept. Other officers and of the Church meet 8 p. m. as YOUR PATRONAGEWILL
administration. They favor placing all authorityin dressed in blue' and white and project of the association this teachers will be appointed as the Rev. D. W. Demps pastor, will follows: Circle 1 with Mrs. W. T. BE GREATLY
the School Board, making it clearly responsiblefor the setting of the stage for the term. Last year the Bra-Cho- need arises according to the pas- funeralize Eli Graham Sr. at 2 Jackson on West Madison; Cir- APPRECIATED

operating the schools. Such a change couldbe performance was very attractive. Philharmonic society appeared in tor. A special meeting will be p. m. Sunday, Nov. 6. Bro. Gra- cle 2 with Mrs. P. D. Fancher Jr. '
made only through a constitutional amend- Congratulations to the teacher and all the school communities in held at the church on Thursday ham has been ill many years and at State Farm; Circle 3 with Mrs.
ment. -all seventh grade pupils of RJE the interest of the churches. night to organize and name of unable to attend church regularly. L. L. Fulwood at Camp Blanding D. H. SMITH'

By law, the school trustees nominate teachers school for a wonderfully planned American Education Week ficials. All members are invited to He died at 1:25: a, m., Nov. 1. Wednesday-Junior Choir practice -
who are then appointed by the School Board. Inmost program and performance. Other November 6-12 is being observed be present. and leaves a host of friends and 3:30 p. m Prayer Meeting, Owner & Operator. .
programs of this type are beingpreparea all over America. Theme: Mt. Moriah Methodist Church, relatives to loss. 7:30 '. '_ ,- --' '
counties thev merely automatically approve ------ ... mourn his p. m. =: :: "
the recommendations the superintendent and Dy various classes to -- = --

the school principal and make no great effort to which ally invited.the general public is cordi

meet or screen prospective teachers. Some school Birthday Party
officials, however, believe that the trustees still
serve a worthwhile purpose in acting as a kind of The first grade of Lawtey
Training school held its
liaison between patrons of the school a"hd the first
birthday party of the
season for
School Board. At any rate, they serve without the months of September and Oc
and thus are not an added burden on the tax
pay tober. Persons honored were William ,/ ,
1 ,'
payer. L. Henderson, Richard Al w
think school trustees are necessary
But whether you len. Shirley Anderson, Ora Lee 1
or not the fact remains that we still have White, Milton Floyd, Charles

them, and any election should bring out enough Finn Principal C. C. Anderson Do have the
make the balloting representative of the and .
voters to Supervisor O. R. Johnson, lj$$ unXayf you _
county. For this reason, if no other, we hope whose birthdays were also ineDtember.

that a substantial number of voters will find their The menu included '.
way to polling places in each of the county's eight (rake cookies, candies and hot "

precincts next Tuesday. chocolate. October 31 was a delightful "Magic Touch?

day for this group. .
Was It 'Statesmanship' PTAHobby Club Chit-Chat
The regular meeting of the
Or Grist For The GOP? Hobby Club at Lawtey will be Y N .ppk t _
held on Tuesday of each week, S ) iJ

On the editorial page of the Florida Times- according to president Truelove

Union a week or so ago there appeared an eloQuent Smith and faculty sponsor Emma
appeal by a columnist on behalf of Senator Burney. The group is making a
Spessard Holland's now-famed statement that if quilt that will contain the namesof

President Eisenhower ran again he was as goodas all members. Upon completion, --t --
elected, no matter which Democrat opposedhim. the quilt will be raffled and some -. : :
lucky member will win it. Many I
first, second and third place ribbons
In an attempt to label the Senator's remark and
the T-U writer were won by members of this
other actions as "statesmanship"
group, who participated in the 4
found numerous reasons to excuse him on the Bradford County Fair. Entries i

grounds that he was above party politics. The were made by Truelove Smith,

storm of criticism leveled at Sen. Holland follow- Alma Houston, Emma Davis, Al- -
remark, the T-U claimed,
ing his much-publicized lie Strong, Beatrice Scott, Sadie .
was a penalty for "statesmanship." ,- Clark, Helen Franklin and A. B.
Now of course, with the unfortunate illness'of Anderson.

President Eisenhower, the entire situation has Reporter Frances Jenkins is

changed, and the remark made by Florida's sen- inviting all patrons and friendsof
ior senator is no longer pertinent. We cannot RJE PTA to attend the meet.

however, in good conscience, let it be excused on ing on Wednesday, Nov. 9. Fea- NewPOIJCE ear

the basis of statesmanship.The ture of- the meeting will be a every
dictionary says that a statesman is "a man waistline rally. Ladies are asked

of outstanding ability in directing the affairs ofa not to wear girdles and waist .
government." Now it is conceded by all that pinchers and this affair will be a 4 _

good government in the United States has its financial success. We are told

foundation in a strong two-party system.In that some persons have gone on
very taking the defeatest attitude that no member of a diet since last meeting in an

the Democratic Party could win over the incumbent effort'to reduce their waistlines.We for the rest of life !

Republican President, Senator Holland seems more regret male that participants we don the ot have size your

willing, in effect, to let the election go by default, of Principal
,thereby striking a serious blow at our two party Little and Rev.Thompkins Crum. ,President Deacon

system. If that is statesmanship, then give us Royal is asking all families that

good, old-fashioned politics! hove not enrolled with a dollar .
We disagree completely with the Senator's inference to do so on Wednesday so that we .

that any one man in this country is so may make several payments on 1i
great or popular that there is no chance whatsoever the piano. -

for the opposing party in an election. The BCTA Meeting ,

T-U columnist may call it statesmanship, but it The teachers of Bradford County _
seems to us more a sign of lack of faith in the held their regular meeting last i --"" '"

party to which the Senator belongs: Friday with President C. C. Anderson

We feel that if he held the opinion that Presi- in charge. Devotional w sled

dent Eisenhower was a popular man and it would by Chaplain. R. Dell. Featureof

take) a, good opponent and a strong Democratic the meeting was plans for'
Party to defeat him, then he was entitled to his sending the president" and secretary -
personal opinion. M. L. Paul to the leadership

But to state publicly that his own party was conference at Bethune-C gman l :x
doomed to failure no matter what candidate it ad- College, Nov.-78. These persons ,

vanced, was far from statesmanship, or even good were given checks to partially
politics. It was nothing more or less than one of cover their expenses for professional

th lest pieces of Republican propaganda that we the services to the group. All
teachers were commended
time. And that for the by
have heard in long goes the supervisor their'fine
numerous writers, who have felt called upon to cast themselves in the role of apologists for the recent the' "

Senator. The 'group participation voted to,in send-, letters Fair. >.- brand spanking new Dodge every year.for the re.t",of his or her life! It may be you '
And now with another election year approaching with appropriate-expressions to : MM H WM HiM

isn't it about time that certain so-called Democrats Mrs. A. B. Nathan, former teach-
including National Committeeman Rich- er-at RJE, currently teaching at What? A new Dodge EVERY YEAR? ((3 to 10 words) on your "Magic Touch" entry blank. Ffll it in,

ard Barker got out of the party and sought a John E.- Ford school in' Jacksonville mail it. Yours may be selected!
That's n ght-as stated in the terms of the Conl Rules! If
home where they would obviously be' much hap- and Emma Burney fo'r- contribution you

pier, .with the G.O.P. ? We find it increasingly: of a boy to the future are one of the weekly winners of the Grand Prize, you will take Hollywood-here you come! -

.difficult 'to distinguish between some of these school population and Beulah command of a new '56 Dodge right away! Next year, it will be
., -;'DepocratsV Eisencrats, and honest-to-goodness Lennon for making a similar con If your entry is selected for any one of the four weekly final
exchanged for a new 57 Dodge, delivered to your door! The year
.-. Big-Business-and-Benson Republicans. A good tribution. Both are still membersof contests, you will compete with two other contestants for a
.j-ori clean-flight with a bona fide Republican is some- BCTA. after that, a new- '58 Dodge. and so +on for the rest of your life! ."DODGE FOR LIFE" on the popular Lawrence Welk Show

'-t-thing to look forward to but we take no relish in Creslittnion Open
another prospective round with certain turncoat More than 50 percent of our Do have the from Hollywood, over a national television network. It will be
termites who seek to destroy the Democratic teachers are members of ,the you "Magic fun! A few minutes after you appear on the show-you maybe

Party from within. Bradford County Teachers Credit Here's what you do. Visit our showroom today and discover the winner of a new Dodge for life! (Naturally, you're Dodge'sthe

.' ." ........................_................ ..m.,.."........... ....,..................,'.....,'... Union.. Payne According, all teachers to Sec'yTreas.M. are invited. "Magic Touch" of Dodge push-button driving. .the safest guest in Hollywood-all expenses paid, and what a time you

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHtJ to join. Valuable service is being way to drive ever developed. Write a short driving safety slogan will have!) Come on in today, and get started!

EST. 1879 rendered by this organization.

FLORIDA'S OLOLST: WEEKLY NEWS- Loans are available up to $300 if
approved by the credit committee.
According to Mr. Ferguson and

UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD. have Principal been Nolin turned, very down few and request's those Hardy Brothers Motor Co. :>

persons borrowing"
ONE YEAR 3,00 SIX MONTHS 1.7.5 far
__ ---= =-:::- iIIo, democracy in action Your group



a Divorce Complaint will betaken aa confessed -
IPr has been flIed against you in the by you.
'MAXVILLE Mr. and above named Court and cause and This notice shall be published
you are required to serva a copy of once each week for four consecu- 1(
Mrs. Pete your answer or pleading to the com- tive week In the Bradford-County
l plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney Telegraph. A&1
T. Frank Landrum Starke. Fla. Dated this 1! day of Oct. 1935.
By Mrs. C. B. fiOWlEI"mAGIDIE."Vr GriffisObserve and file the original In rte office of (OFFICIAL SEAL) Court
cAt oak
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or 1 Clerk of the to the eadeJ
AAAAAIALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA P. 'r before' the 14 day of Nov. 1955 ,By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk :
.. II I otherwise the allegations of said 10/H U l1/t. "
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Giddens of I j

Avon Park announce the engage WeddingMr. + to cut food bills'
ment and approaching marriage of T- I your More !
their daughter, Judith Lucille to E viiUAll
James Coleman, son of Mr. and Yes,look to America's leading food merchant -AaP- to show)ou the May to cut jour foot bill
)[rs. F. B. Coleman of Maxvffle. more. And here's dramatic proof! Again this seek AP has reduced prices on many famous-brand

:Miss Giddens graduated from I grocery products. It's a real mODt'.saing more antlibere'lmany,many more to come!
the Avon Park High School last

term. :Mrs. Coleman attended Max- Work Guaranteed Free Estimates CHED-O-BIT
American Process
; (New Reduced Price)
ville grammar school and Baldwin rjk
High School He is presently em- Fully Equipped -- DependableAll '

ployed by Griffis Brothers. : and Mrs. Pete Griffis cele- Those enjoying this event with Makes and Models [ /. CHEESE FOOD 2 Lb Loot loc
The wedding will take place on brated their Golden Wedding Anniversary the honor family were their im- \ <*&,y'i >

Saturday Nov. 12, at 8 p.ra. at on Sunday, Sept. 18, mediate family: Mr. and Mrs.! D. .
the Avon Park Church of God. with a covered dish luncheon sere B. Griffis and .daughter, Karen,

Miss Giddens is a niece of Mrs. ed by members of the family. A fttr. and Mrs. Henry Griffis aud CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV IONA Large (Special Low Price) :
D. B. Griffis of Maxville. beautiful three-tiered wedding daughters, Sharon and Dianna, Mr.I .
cake, decorated in gold and white, and :Mrs. Guy Frigo and
BIRTH Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters are was presented to the honored I Vicki Lynn, Mr. and daughter'l. Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone SWEET PEAS 2 1..lb Cans 23CIONA

,couple. Mrs. Griffis wore a becoming Strickland and daughters, Carolyn
the proud parents of a baby girl I 239 Starke, Fla.
gold dress for the OCC and Kay, and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy I
born Wednesday, Oct. 26, at St.Luke's I .s-1
sion. Griffis.
Hospital in Jacksonville.The I II

young lady has been given the Miss:Mickey Godwin visited with I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilkinson and I
name of Vanessa Lynn. Misses Shirley and June Higgen. family of Macclenny and :Mr, and', -- -------- /' -Yellow- Cling- Halves or (Special>

Mr and Mrs. Arthur Wilkinsonand botham Sunday.Mrs. Mrs. Pat Griffis and Mrs. Edna SLICED PEACHES 29-oz can 27c

grandson, William WilkinsonJr. Ann Mosley helped keep I Manning of Glen St. Mary. : : .; -tii: 9tt f. : 'aZ

., were guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. house for Mr. and :Mrs. FranklinBell Rethal At Maxulle Baptist -- _-_ .'___ __ ,__ ___ _u t
C. Nolan and family last Wed- while little Janice was in the Revival services will begin Monday I. L
nesday. hospital last week. Nov. 14, at the Maxville A&P Fancy (Special Low Price I

Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Harris and Mrs. :Mae Higgenbotham Is stay- Baptist Church. We urge every- FRUIT COCKTAIL 'l-Ib
family, Mrs. Lou Thompson, Mrs. ing with Miss Minnie Hargroves one to plan to attend. ::- can 21c

Julia Griffis and Mr. and Mrs. this week while she is recuperat We were proud of Maxvffle's
Morris Thompson and family attended I ing. five contestants in the Baldwin
a dinner at the home of : -
High School Beauty Contest last
We all to learn that
(Special Low Price>
Rev. D. L. Griffis and family at Friday night they all looked so
Simeon Phillips was seriously
Macclenny Sunday, honoring Rev.:I burned last Friday while working pretty. Misses Patsy Smith and Special Low Price SAiL DETERGENT giant sire 49c
and Mrs. Griffis oil their 14th wedding -j Minnie: Coleman
Jon J. D. Wilkinson's skidder. He! were in the finals, ASP TUB STYLE
anniversary. Rev. Griffis is j but Miss Dorothy McEwen of Bald- n
[I received third degree burns on his!
pastor of the Raiford Road Church' win was the winner. BUTTER
I neck, chest and hands. He was"
of Christ. j j,kept in Doctors Hospital in Starke :Mrs. D. B. Griffis Mrs. Deanne PICKLE PATCH SWEET
Peggy and Gary Lucas spent Hill and Mrs. C. B. Nolan attended f_>Cope. Cray Moore Agency J Lb
,'until ,
; Tuesday when he returned 22-0
last Saturday night with Cliff home. the County Council Home Demonstration 6SC MIXED PICKLES z /jar 25car

Slade at his home on Hampton. I Club meeting at the
Friends of Miss Minnie Har Which Triplet Trades At Koch's?
Mrs. Jacksonville YWCA Tuesday.
Ruby Durrance and sons, '
groves will be glad to learn that SILVERBROOK PRINT
Mrs. Dora Byrd and E. C. Padgett'she has returned home from St.I Plans were made for the annual "SUPER-RIGHT" Skinned Small (Half or Whole)
spent Sunday in Glennvffle and' Christmas party of the Council,
Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville The in the center that's for Our
Ludowici, Ga. visiting Mrs. Dur-| ito be held at the Edgewood Home one sure.
had tonsil
I a operation New Reduced Price
rance's mother-in-law, Mrs. Nora 'whereweek.. Demonstration Club on Tuesday,
Durrance. Dec. 6. All members of the Max- customers are.never grim, glowering grem- ANN
Mrs. James Anders Jr. of Palat-I Rev. Lester Taggart and F. B. ville Home Demonstration Club SA UpATO Lb

ka and Mrs. Owen Anders and son Maxvffle Coleman were Baptist messengers Church from to the the(;ere invited to attend. I lins. Quality goods, low prices ,and fast, HAM$ 45C

and Mrs. Sam Hicks were visitors | At the close of the meeting
in Maxvffle Saturday night and,!day.Union meeting at Russell last Fri- Hon. Charles E. Bennett gave an friendly service which you seldom see in '10/-oz 31C -

atttended the Maxville PTA Halloween -! interesting talk on "Child Safety,"
:Mr. and Mrs. Waver Griffis and
Carnival. a subject of keen interest to all this frenzied is the Stop by CANS "SUPER-RIGHT" Extra Lean FRESH
family and Mrs. Penny GriffUvisited age reason. soon
Friends of little mothers and homemakers. -
Kenneth Nelson Mrs. Flora Wilkinson in PORK HAM STEAKS Ib 69c"SUPERRIGHT'
Caldwell will regret to learn that I! Anyone wishing transportationto and what have.KOCH'S
Lawtey Saturday.Mrs. see we .
he has been pretty sick with a) Beatrice Hargroves was in the polls next Tuesday is askedto Special Low Price
cold the last few days. I contact Mrs. Lucile Griffis or SULTANA FANCY
wreck last
a Wednesday morningon
Mrs..Dorothy Waters and : leave word at Griffis Bros. Store.
daughter Highway 228 just east of the
Shirley, and Bill Robinson of,,,overpass here in Maxville. A RICELbPkg I ALLMEAT FRANKS Ib 41c
Jacksonville visited with Mr. and M
truck driven by Bobby Solomon, !NOTICE\ TO APPEAR
I I'
Mrs. Jack' Waters and children I la Circuit Court Bradford County
colored, ran into the side of her
Sunday. I Florida la Chancery. ANY 3 39C FRESHLY
car causing damage. Adolf Drexler, Plaintiff, vs. Rose
The Willing Workers Club went j Mrs. Hargroves was injured only(Drexler, Defendant. GROUND BEEF 31bs $1.00"SUPERRIGHT"
out to trick-or-treat on Halloween I I Case No. 10-1253:!

night and had a very good time.I I I silghtly.Out of town guests visiting Mr.1 I I Notice: Rose To App.ar.To Drexler. whose residenceand .

Afterwards they walked to the I land Mrs. Dan Hargroves and, address is: Unknown. New Low Price Tender Cured SMOKED
civic Club and had popcorn, hot; You are beraby notified! that a '::. Sugar
daughter, Minnie, Sunday were nit for I FLAGA DRIED BABYLIMAS
cogs, namiwrgers and drinks and BONELESS BUTTS lb 55c
also enjoyed the treats that they I I II '

picked up on their outing. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nolan and Ii "ALLGOOD" Sugar Cured SLICED

family were guests of Mrs. No-| 12-0 Bag 12C.BREAKFAST BACON Ib 39c

lan's brother-in-law and sister, :Mr I j FORDOO
and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson and family '


Mrs. Anabelle Harris and son, FILLETS Ib 29c
Daniel, Mrs. Lou Thompson and ; New Reduced Price

i son, Joseph, Mrs. Julia Griffis and \ : ANN PAGE BLACKPEPPER
Mrs Eloise Griffis visited in Jack "SUPER-RIGHT' All Meat
Wilkinson and
new son, Earl ,
Cuyler, Jr. and Mrs. Della Den PURE GROUND _
mark. 4-oz Can 1FC
Friends of Mr. Claude Greene STYLING
will regret to learn! that he is ill .J SAUSAGE MEATor 1.lbbag 39c

at his home, suffering with

ulcerated stomach. and I Grade "A" Fresh D&D Fla. Ga. ShippedGOLDSTREAM I
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lucas and LIFEGUARD DESIGN Special Value or
family had as their guests PINK Lb
Sunday dinner, Mr. and Mrs. FRYER'S E 33C
Avery Slade and family from In the low-price field SALMON1lbCan

Hampton, and Mrs. Mary V. Mos- '
ley and Mr. and Mrs. Claude flic
Greene of Maxville. )Sou cant buy safer SWEET JUICY FLORIDA ,
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and
son were visitors in Starke Mon- Doz
day afternoon. E +
Little Miss Janice Bell returned And here's why. Ford alone brings you Lifeguard Design, a whole I
Monday from Doctors Hospital in new family of safety features to give you extra protection in case of New* Low Low Price

Starke where she underwent a accident. There's a new Lifeguard deep-center steering wheel to LADY BETTY PRUNE
tonsilectomy.Miss help cushion the driver from the steering post; new Lifeguard ''h JUICE I FANCY WESTERN DELICIOUS
Debbie Phillips returned double-grip door latches to reduce the danger of doors springing

Thursday from a vacation spent open under impact; new double-swivel Lifeguard mirror that Lb
with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ed "gives," for greater safety; new optional Lifeguard padding QtBot 27C RED APPLES 15C
die Hilliard and family at Valrico. material to cushion control panel and sun visors and lessen shock of

Holiness Church Revival impact; optional floor-anchored seat belts to help hold passengers ,

A Revival meeting will start securely in their seats I
Sunday night, Nov. 6, at the Max BIG SWEET RED RIPE

vine Congregational Holiness New Reduced Price Lb
Church. Rev. Alton Wainwright OUR OWN BLEND TOKAY GRAPES 1 Oc
will conduct services and everyoneis I

invited to come and be with TEA _
them. I
..t .
Aunt Fanny Griffis has rented
one of her apartments to a new
family here at Maxville and has FRUIT ForAPPLE
another house and apartment she 6 2SC

hopes to rent soon.
Mrs. Lealer Harris and Mrs. BERRY

Gladys Copeland visited in Jacksonville i SNOW WHITE HEADS
Saturday with Mrs. Har SAUCENo
ris' sister, Mrs. Ruby' Turner.Mr. Each

and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and 303 Con 4 CC tAULIFLOWER 29C
family and Mr. and Mrs. E. D.
Higgenbotham and family attendeda I

family reunion In Macclenny Tn any class r I Ii SPECIAL
Sunday for the Sweat Rewis and i Jane Parker

Bennett about 100 famili guests s.present.Mr. There. were 1 u / d CINNAMONDOHUTS
i You better
and Mrs. Alfred Sweat and I cant buy It's the !fine car at ( ----
family of .
Macclenny visited }.Ir. C .

and Saturday.Mrs. Leslie Sweat and family I r The '56 Ford inherited its beauty from the Thunderbird. It's long half the fine-car price! ''} ?2-oz 19c

Our sincere thanks to everyone and low-a fine car in every graceful line. And you can have the \
who helped to make our PTA Thunderbird's"lightning,"too,'at no extra cost for the new Thunder- .. Jane Parker
Carnival a success last Saturday i bird Y-8 engine is the standard eight in allFairlane and Station Wagon READYTOEATEXTRA

Right. models! Here's power that gives you split-second passing ability -
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilson of and hill-climbing "Go." Come in for your Test Drive today! A5 6 F( APP'LE PIE

Jacksonville visited Mrs. Wilson's'mother You're sure to find many more reasons why you can't buy better than o n SPECIAL ti. ,1- J

Mrs. Hattie Nolan Satur f when you buy Ford. New luxury interiors fine exterior finishes :. _..,? Each 39cANDEL
day nIght' and also attended the j a quality "feel" throughout all add up to make this 1956 JANE PARKER ;; :;: '
Halloween Carnival. Ford the fine car at half the f fine-car price. sill
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Howell and r.c.A. uultn tlllMIt u1r imnM Mel MMMl

son of Jacksonville were guests FOOD 1 g
of Mr. and Mrs. Deanne Hill Monday s I t 1 t

1 I Andrews Motor Company
e"Y 4IIMUI 4 r1{M II* WUI
J. P. Bell spent Saturday i nl I a real
Orange Park with his mother and bargain: Large 39C 412 Call St

stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence I, delight! Ring Starke, Fla.FRIDAY .
Iskett. Mr. and Mrs. Iskettbrought I
Mr. Bell home and
If You're Interested in an (A 1)) USED CAR Be to See
with Mrs. Bell and children awhile Sure Your Ford Dealer .....


FLORIDA 1'IHnH':. ..... .u...,.. M"I
a NL.11, o'Vt J:<.1IDLJ'i.. 1:1.i)

I Woman's Club Honors I i
WANTED: Clean Cotton Rags.
School PersonnelAt r s I I No Pants or Shirts. Bradford

Lovely Coffee I County Telegraph. ..
1 1r
i .r''_ : :": '_:::,; :::-.:. =.-:':, :.

t I The teaching staffs of the

Bradford County Schools and I f 1C
school officials honored at I- i\t.i: p
were 1 rNEAT..

Gladys Mooty a delightful "coffee" reception at I Airman 1-c STARKE FL':.'
Phone 35 the Starke Woman's Club on a4 jp Mrs. William

(Thursday evening, Oct. 27, given 'S. Saunders of Braize Norton :
- ----- --------- -- -... jby members of the Junior and! s ) !Air Force Base, England, announce ; Sun.. Mon.. Tues. -

WCTU Meeting Future HomemakersPlan Senior Woman's Clubs. I 44 4tT the birth of a daughter, Cindy I Nov. 6, 7, 8

Throughout the auditorium, Jane on Oct. 1. Mrs. Saunders DOUBLE FEATURE -

Held Last FridayA Yule PartyThe where the guests were gathered, ,t s+ yr is the former Martha Henry, I

were arrangemnts of red berries, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Drums Across The
report of the recent State Future Homemakers met H.I
pumpkins and fall colored leaves. .# :, .- f Henry of Starke. River
Convention in Tampa was given Tuesday. night in the Home Eco- -
Jack-o-lanterns and witch i
a on
by Miss Susan Wallace, secretary; nomics room with the president, .the stage lent further seasonal ---' .... Mr. and Mrs. Doyle E. Conner I IX TECHNICOLORWith

Friday at the WCTU afternoon meeting in the held Taber-last Patricia Wainwrightj presiding. atmosphere to the setting. The Home Demonstration Mrs. J. W. Kincaid (left) and Sirs. Lex Green (right) pour coffeeat I announce the birth of a son, Audie Murphy and Walter

Plans were made for a party in]mantle in the Woman's Club event last (Doyle Edward Conner Jr., on Oct. Brennan
nacle annex. 41-'I I lounge was cen- County Council week for Mr. and Mrs. Charles C-owen, P.
December and tea for the
a High
tered with an artistic arrange- T. Nolan, and Sir. and Mrs Harmon ,,,28 in St. Luke's Hospital, Jack- -AND-
Plans were made for a special Morgan j
School Teachers during FHA Meets At State FarmThe I sonville.
ment of driftwood
temperance meeting to be held week. Call Northside 777
by the local union in the and dried plants. On either end I -
near Home Demonstration Coun- y Mr. and Mrs.
The "The Shirley Johnsonof With
I president brought were small pumpkins behind Richard Conte and Lee J.
future. I Point System" before the mem- which were placed gold colored ty Council held its quarterly meet- Lawtey announce the birth of I Cobb

Following the business session, I bers. It is a system of working candles. ing Tuesday with the State Farm .g a daughter, Hyta Gail, on Oct. Plus Color Cartoon for Children

a talk was given by C. E. Thomi- toward a goal for the Tampa The coffee table was overlaid Club serving as host to the group. e r f ((29 1c at Doctors Hospital.

Ion, temperance worker and former Fair. Thirty members were fascinated -
police officer.Refreshments with a yellow damask cloth and with the beautiful dried flower | \ The Starke Maternity Hospital 11 ed., Thur. Xo9.. 10
Members sold fudge at the centered with an oblong '
were served dur :County Fair last week and some I ment of Florida red berries arrange-, fruits 'arrangements which were made by''! ,,announces the following births: DOUBLE FEATURE -

ing the fellowship hour. exhibited garments they had I and vegetables and interspersedwith Mrs. S. E. Sparks. They, listened Mr and Mrs. W. C. Powell, I Las Vegas ShakedownWith

made. with keen interest as Mrs. Ella : I Starke, a son, Luther John, Oct.
Ladies Council yellow marigolds.Low Mae Hardee, florist from Lake ) ) 27 I DennisAND Q'I\t't'fe-:
After the meeting refreshmentswere candle holders held tall :yel- ,
Butler, and Miss Dorothy Ross
Met At ChurchThe served by Ruth Burney and low burning tapers. All appoint- instructions a.as. -

Ruby Starling. ments on the, table were of silver terial gave for these arrangements.on curing ma-| Mr and Mrs. Bbb1 te of I 6 Bridges To Cross

Ladies Council of the First with silver coffee services at each Starke, a son, Murray Carl, Oct.
Mrs. Hardee gave a variegated I Tony Curtis: Julie Adams
Christian Churcl met in the end. Presiding at the coffee serv- 27. _
: Junior Club carnation corsage to Mrs. L. F. t Pius Cartoon for Children
,sanctuary .Tuesday night with 22 ices were Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, I -
members present, Mrs. W. L. To Prepare SealsThe Mrs. Lex Green, Mrs. C. H. Nas- Chapman as a door prize. .I With a traditional Halloween witch in the background, Miss PeggyPhillips Mr. and Mrs. Earl V. Griffis of

Andrews presided over the busi- worthy and Mrs. E. L. Matthews.! I The business meeting was open Mrs. J. A. Griffin, Mrs. Foster Shi Smith, Mrs. II. B. Fey Starke, a daughter, Earline, Oct. Fri., Sat. Nov. 11, 12
Junior Woman's Club will edith a devotional by Rev. Al-
nesa at which.time a new piano Greeting the guests as arrived i ton, and Miss Joyce Bolton 28. DOUBLE FEATURE -
they enjoy a chat at the Woman's Club
meet Monday night at 8 o'clockin Ilan young of the Lake Butler 'I |
for the church I
was discussed. were Mrs. J A. Griffin, I coffee Mrs. Griffin served as chairman of the affair I The MaraudersWith
Mrs Middleton the club house. Following the Baptist Church. while intriguingwitch Rev and Mrs. R. D. Sommer,
Prevatt had social chairman Mrs. T. J I I
charge of the program, Mrs. J. E. meeting, Tuberculosis Christmas zen, Jr., Mrs. Charley, E.C.Johns Ha- I Mrs. E. L. Cox presided at the i iI was the handwork of Mrs. Smith. I Starke, a son, Thomas Robert, Dan Durjea and Jeff

Sherwood Seals will be addressed for mail- business meeting during which .. Oct. 30.Singing.
the Richards
gave devotional and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith.
In )I
ing and all members are urged to time a report was given on the -- -- -
|the receiving line were Mrs. C. L. \ -AND-
) inir nans to 11CA fnr this nnrnose.0 booth at the county fair. A recom- ...
---- ---- -- --- --- -- ---- Convention
Hostesses"' for the meeting"' are Scholl, senior club president; Miss I mendation was made that the. '. <4, We're No Angels
j Dolores McKnight, first vice i I
presi- "
I SIMPLICITYFROCKS Miss Lillian Stump, chairman; dent of the Junior Club; Chas. council elect a fair chairman and 'Ni' ., Bradford-Union Singing conven- IN TECHNICOLOR

Mrs. :Millard Judd, Mrs. Olin S. Partin, BHS principal; Harmon that she be invited to sit in on t tion meets Sunday, Nov. 6, at With Humphrey Bogart
White Jr., Mrs. Ned and the future planning sessions. r 2 at
Yancey Sardis
Morgan j p.m. Baptist Church, I
supervisor; Mrs. Morgan, The nominating committee Plus Serial Chapter 12, and Cartoon -
r Mrs. Frow Strickland.
and P. T. Nolin, .i Worthington Springs.
elementary prin Everyone for children
., .. selected is composed of I
r i 2.STYIE cipal.- H. J. Kucera as chairman, lrs.1 lr I invited. :
Mrs. L. A, Canova
and Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr., Mrs. Lottie'I I -
Ralph Knight played soft piano Edwards and Mrs. E. L. Cox. I 14'j

selections during the party hours, I Officers will.be installed at the ,

7:30 to 9 o'clock. January meeting.The Ii i r--j

I Miss Jimmie ColeIs year is community the improvement project for of this the r t ; I I ,

a. ( k + Shower Honoree 4-H Camp at Cherry Lake. Mrs. : ,= SI I

W. E. Bigham was asked to be I ""
Mie 1I k' The Parish House on Church I the chairman for this project.A I 3; f.j,. I : I
street covered dish luncheon was tI t -
was the scene of a lovely -i' I
tj ,
j miscellaneous shower Friday eve- served at noon in the spacious tj j I USED
. ning, Oct. 28, honoring Miss Jim- meeting room of the Woman's j I I II

mie Cole bride-elect. Club building by Mrs. R. P. Mc-

hostesses were Mrs. J. P. Tomlin-Party Lendon and her committee. j I 17 INCH 17 INCH I II

son, Mrs. Jack Edwards ,

""'" ', Paul Faulkner, Mrs. J. A. Christmas ;Sapp FamilyTo > = 3Mr I TABLE MODEL CONSOLEftfl.95 I
rEAFRIGW? UON IS NOT KIN beOC Mrs. Eula Mae Conner, Mrs. Gather SundayThe ,

L.EOMRD RHINOCEROS.ARE ELEPHANT CONSIDERED AND HORI in* IMrs. N. S. Dankel, Mrs. J. E. TOm- descendants of Henry Sapp, receiving line ((1 to r) Chas. S. Partin, Miss Dolores* McKnight, 3Irs. I 14.95 I

AU4 rous THAN [linson, Mrs. A. _Wilcox, Mrs. H. C. 18th century farmer of Georgia C. L Scholl, and Mrs. W. B. Parks. 5'
_.__ .>uM.aThere's THE_LION. .. -- .. .
o oia.ugui.er, Airs. j. u. carlton ana ana fioriaa! ana nis wile, luanna,I I

Mrs. Curtis Edwards.The will gather Sunday at the home;Woman's Club I Funeral TuesdayFor I NEW SET GUARANTEE i iI

'. no danger of o'erspending" lounge was decorated for place, now owned by Felix and To Meet 1i
Wednesday Mrs. ThorntonAt i!
when you make arrangements the affair with colorful arrange- Roberta Sapp, northwest of I .

with the BULL- ments Of colias, coral vine, mag- Starke. Felix is a grandson of Members of the Starke Woman'sClub I Crosby CemeteryMrs.
INGTON nolia leaves and seasonal blossoms.I the late II CHAS. C SHEPHERD I
STUDIO AND GIFT Henry and Martha Sapp, will meet at the club house ,
The long refreshment table was who to Florida Coffee I Mary Elizabeth Thornton,
SHOP for portrait work. We I. I came from on Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 9,
are experts use! only qual- overlaid with a beautiful lace County, Georgia. at 3.30 o'clock for the November 61, wife of Starke Chief of Police I i1, Phone 239 Starke, Fla. f
,cloth and centered with multi- There were nine children, with W. E. Thornton, died Sunday af- .
ity materials and know colored colia in a crystal bowl. I six still living: Mrs. F M. Nor- meeting. ternoon in a Palatka Hospital .:. --u_._.____._._._._._._.___:..
that our work will please be- The Department of Education .
Crystal serving dishes held mints Mrs. L. after a lingering illness. .. .. .
man A. Alvarez, Mrs. J. -
807 cause we hate years of experIence nuts and program will be presented by Mrs.E. ,I .. : .. -- ..- .. -_: - ,- :: -:-_::::=,--- --,-- =-: _::. ),
dainty cakes. The punch R. Haislop, Fred Sapp, and Wil- Mrs. Thornton was born in

Silts 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 14Y2, 16Y2, In all types of photo- table, overlaid with a lace cloth. liam Sapp, all of Starke and life- Mrs.L.F.Matthews J. Pellum, chairman, cochairman.Mrs. and. Worthington Springs on Oct. 12, I

,18'/4, 20'h, 22Y2 graphy. |held Surrounding( punch bowls at either end. long residents of Bradford County. C. C. Mendoza of Jackson- 1894, a daughter of the late I

I the bowls were pur- More than 200 relatives and Lemuel and Annie Fryer Thomas.
High fashion
torso silhouette In Make your appointment now. ple blossoms .ville, daughter of Mrs. T. J. Grif- .
smartly styled novelty check on fine Christmas delivery cannot be interspersed with friends from throughout Georgiaand fin of Starke and a former past i Besides her husband she is survived
quality wash fast greenery. Florida attended the first re- by three daughters, Mrs.
cotton print-24 president of the Starke Woman'sClub
guaranteed. on sittings made Receiving guests at the door union held last at the THE REOPENING OF
'inch zipper closing-graceful 110 year same will present a travelogue of Annie Mae Morris, Starke; Mrs.
after Dec. 1st. were the honoree
I her mother
inch skirt-slash I her Selma Bronson, Orangeburg, S.
pocket. Colors:: Red, I'Mrs. J. L. Cole Mrs. trip to Norway and Sweden
Black,Violet. Fellowship and an old-fashioned last summer. Mrs. Ralph Knight C.; and Mrs. Willa Mae McIntyre, MASTERSELECTRICAL
Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Carlton and dinner beneath
I the
spread pine
Elbert Earl
will present a group of school ; one son,
t Mrs. J.. P. Tomlinson.Mrs. trees on the spacious grounds are children in a folk dance and Mrs.L. Thornton, Jacksonville; three I SERVICE
Lloyd Green played piano highlights of the annual
BARKSDALE'S i: STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP selections during the party hours together. get- A. Canova will present vocal brothers, Nick Thomas, Starke;
selections by school children, both Ed Thomas, Dover; and Henry
7 to 9 o'clock. numbers characteristic of Norway Thomas, Lake Butler; two sisters, Competent Complete Electrical Service

Department Store The many lovely and useful Altar Society and Sweden.On Mrs. Ivy Carter, Valdosta, Ga.;

I gifts were displayed on linen I and Mrs. Ola Dennison, Plant Electrical Contracting
covered table and the hostesses!I!,Plans Turkev DinnerSt. the hostess committee will 1
of be: Mrs. G. L. Patten, Mrs. P. L. City.Funeral
presented Miss Cole with the
vegetable bowl in her chosen china Edward's Altar Society will]Bridges, Miss Dorothy Ross, Mrs. services were held in FREE ESTIMATES
.- -- ,- .' - pattern. serve a turkey dinner Thursday I Earl Searing, Mrs. E. M. Davis, the Church of Christ, of which --- ---

Two hundred evening, Nov. 10, from 6 to &]}Mrs. R. F. Young, Mrs. I. N. Brea- she was a member, Tuesday afternoon -I I

to this delightful guests! affair.were invited i iB.UtE o'clock in the Catholic recreationhall. zeale and :Mrs. H. H. Adams. | at 3 o'clcokith C. L. We Invite YouTo Try Our Service

I The public is invited. Overturf Jr. officiating. Intermentwas

SALEA I Altar Society in Crosby Lake Cemeterywith PHONE 101-J
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral

t Dedicated To Community Service Presbyterian bake sale,Women sponsored of by the the Elementary PTA ITo Met Tuesday Night Home in charge of arrangements. Temple & 10th Sts. -.- Hiway 16, Starke

"Movies Are Better Than .1\: e.." Meet TuesdayThe I Pallbearers were Carl Johns,
Church .
morning, from will be 9 held 12 o'clock Saturday Elementary PTA will meet 1 The Altar Society of St. Edward's I Lacy Silcox R. L. Thomas, Clyde j _. it-: _-__- ,_ -_ .__ : ::' .. -E_ ,., : Il
to in 1 1I I
If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Church met Tuesday night McCrary; E. E. Henderson, Ma-i!'
8 at 7:30
front of Barksdale's.BE Tuesday night Noy. : I
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS o'clock in the Cafetorium.The Jin I the parish hall with :Mrs. lette Hale, Jim Sasser, and Roy I
Michael Gillhooley presiding. After Southerland. '

Sat., Nov. 5 Only Sunday Monday, Tuesday sixth grades will be in, the business session refresh-
the and the,
charge of program ments were served by Mrs. L. W. i I
DOUBLE FEATURE Nov. 6,7,8 I third grade! room mothers will I [Mathews and Mrs. E. Zepp, Rotarians See
serve refreshments. Trr
hostesses. Father Harold Jordan Baseball Film
ALAN utme i
All elementary parents are In

111EIDISIf; D.! f IIbTSam lADDJilLYSOH vited. opened the meeting with prayer. An interesting film on baseball EtcquisiNly

i tJt $fAn Av seta, '''' was shown at the Rotary Club
,I wia $29.50ountinps
WP ba r Garden Club WSCS NoticeCircle Wednesday by Hood Dittmar, .
t'GHT t II! only.R
JJ 0 0" II ,,[, W eu? 'i manager of the Jacksonville Coca-
'" Class Postponed Two of the Methodist
Cola Bottling Co. He was accom-
WSCS will meet Monday after
The Garden Club will not hold I 'panied' by James Groover managerof
noon at 3 o'clock in the educa-
its Horticulture Class meeting ( the Starke plant. The programwas
Hoozer ,Hot Shots COMFORTABLETHE : tional building, Mrs. Eula Whig- |
this month due to the Home in charge of C. H. Nasworthy.Two .
ham and Mrs. Henerietta Hunt a ,
AND rrwtWPMfR ! hostesses.
... \ )11'1OO"'C! csou+l 'I of Florida. The meeting will I[ football squad, Edwin Johns and I N'11pMA YEergrD .,+- f t (
A. .4I
JAMES WHITMORE .sT'fMwMn K"wws-.an" you enjoy in your favorite ..''be held next month at the regular Circle Three will meet Monday Kenneth Green, were guests 'of I
sine turn afternoon at 3 o'clockith Mrs.
HENRY BUNKS oaxus scheduled time the second: the club at this y Shikin New
meeting. -
......__ @ I
S. GARY COOPER chair can be rudely inter Friday afternoon. Bertha Pearce. :Mrs. Frank Hol- Deep.DIAyO .

''.rlff Plus "Ants in Pantr)'" Cartoonand rupted by fire or explosion, lingsworth co-hostess. Bethel ChurchTo ND tINGS

Latest World News iWSCS Circle OneIs THANKS I' 4.v_ erS Mountings only.r .
or some other peril. If you Be DedicatedDedication
Mrs. C. R. Tillman and Mrs.I
MRS. .S. A. WELDON haven't sufficient Insurance, services will be held
Mrs. Frank Herlong and Mrs. James Chitty, co-chairmen of the
at Bethel Baptist Church on
IA DE/ID it will not be comfortable for Carrie Adams were hostesses, Elementary School carnival and I Sunday, Nov. 6. The dedication

D Wed., Thurs., Fri. [Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock supper held Monda night, report I sermon will be preached at 3 pjn.j!
you to pay the loss out of your when they entertained membersof that the affair was a success '

SIDNEY McCREA Nov. 9, 1 0. 11 pocket. Circle 1 of the Methodist and express their thanks to.!jby Rev. .R. L. Franklin Green
Cove be
Springs. Dinner will served -
rt9 ti' WSCS in the educational building.Mrs. ., everyone who contributed for their i
BQWBT UM'iMlna' =- I I the grounds at noon, and '
.tI''I!" Ask this agencyfor adequate H. H. Adams, leader, conducted splendid cooperation. I
Plus "Boo Ribbon Winner" Car I! the business meeting, after regular morning services will beheld I Set

toon and Chapter 1 of New Serial, ) 20th Centurf-Fot prtsenlt I insurance TODAY! which Mrs. W. E. Middleton SEVENTH DAY at 11 a.m. The public is .N" $59.50

-Maa With Steel Whip." SEVENCITIES 1 .._,_._,_._'. gave the devotional. ADVENTIST CHURCH invited r f Mountings only
Mrs. E. L. :Matthews had chargeof I
Services of the Seventh Da I II

GEO. T. HUGGINSCOMING !5 : 1 H. C. \Wall Agency Stronghold the program, of entitled Paganism"The Last in in Adventist the old Church Masonic, Hall formerly, are held now'[Mrs. Lily Peek

SOON OF !i i Starke, Fla. America". being held at the home of S. E. I Mrs. Lily Peek, wife of Maxie

CINEMASCOPE BAKE SALE Brown, opposite Bethel Baptist Peek, died last Sunday at :Mobile,

It's Always FairWeather Plus "The Hole Idea" Cartoon and I Phone: 146 Church, 11-2 miles east of Starke. Ala., at the home of her son,

The Christian Church Women. Sabbath school 2 pan Prayer Wayne Peek. Burial services were t

Latest World News 200 E. Call Street Council will have a bake sale and meeting 7:30 pan. Preaching 3 held at Gladewater Texas. Maxie t

bazaar Nov. 23 in front of p.m., Rev. C. F. Kearbey.pastor.!Peek was an uncle of Judge and

,, n __, _' i Ducky's. Mrs. E. K. Perryman.

- --- -
-- --- -
: .
-- --- -
----- --- -



-- _PA/IIP.n._ ITTVkIN _
-- _
psss.sssrrrrsssssnrsrsrg.ssrsnss- rrfl.rc Mrs. F O. Perry of Houston, Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Crosbywere or before the 14 day of November, i -
r Texa3 and Mrs. H. C. Ledtje of shopping in Jacksonville last 1955; otherwise the allegations of
I said Complaint will be taken aa
_ West Columbia, Texas, sisters of Saturday.Mrs. confessed by you.

Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, Sr., and j This notice shall be published
D. T. Stroud of Jacksonville ince each week for foui consecutive
PM&na : : Mrs. R. Koolbeck of Jasper, their will be the guest of her weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph I'

mother, spent Wednesday Saturday -
sister-in-law, Mrs. J. H. Fields, Dated this 7 day of October. 1955. Robbins'I
I II of last week with Mr. and from Thursday t0 Sunday. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DUD t'
Mrs. Holtzendorf. Clerk of tne Circuit Court. IF.
.- THE NEWS I I T, H. Slade, was In Atlanta on 3y Marian U Crosby. Deputy Clerk
Mrs. J. Frank Haithcox of 10/14 4t 11/1
Wednesday attending 'he committee -
Stat sville N. C. is visiting Rev. -
.illl,;,' I II -r I I I I If' meeting 100 Methodist Laymen AOTICE I
and Mrs..L. D..Haines and'family.Mr. .
at Emory Mr. In accordance with the provisionsof
I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle and Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw and Mrs Marion Waltonof I I University. Section 23039. Florida Statutes NOVEMBER!
Slade is in Orlando of
Mrs. Fay Gill. visited Mr. and and children were Sunday dinner Pompano Beach were weekend I : today attending The Board of Public hereby Instruction serves notice -
directors Bradford County
a of
Mrs. C. A. Geiger In Green Cove guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. N guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert I meeting the that an election will be held
Florida Liquified Petroleum Gas i!November 8, 1955 for the purpose of
Springs on Sunday. Pickering. Ritch. 1.-* ,Assn. voting for district Trustees and

Mrs. H. G. Merow of Tampa Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alvarez Insecticides for flowers and I ,District tax levy for the ensuing : You Will Be Money Ahead And Well Pleased

pent the weekend} with her and Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickering:,Gardens. At'Slstiuhks. biennium. 14/14 H 11/4 With

A daughter Mrs. Merrill Edwardsand were Friday evening dinner guestsof i Mrs. Herbert Green and son IM Florldat Cirenlt In Court.Chancery.Bradford County I TORE !

family. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pickering: Herby and Mrs e:! J. H. Fields Malcolm Beverley Crooks Hart. Plaintiff, vs. I NOTICE STEHFICTITIOISXAMENotice OF IVTEXTIOV These November Specials -- All Quality Merchandise
Bradley Hart. DefendantCase
Mrs. Betty Denmark of Birmingham in Gainesville and afterwards at-' visited Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Cunningham -. No. 10-1252 I l Is ,hereby under the given provisions that the of I
Ala. visited her tended school football Order Of Publication And Xotlce Te undersigned
grandmother a high game and family in Gaines Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida.
Appeart State of Florida
Mrs. P. S. Denmark, in Gainesville. ville Sunday. Malcolm E'radleyllart, whose resl- Acts of 1941 will register with the !
I Circuit Court in
I of the
last Friday. Mrs. Denmark ac $1 will Lay-Away the Gift of Mrs. Pauline Torode is spending Idence and address is: c/o Mrs. Clerk for Bradford County. State of Flor LADIES
Viola B.
Hart. King George, Va.
companied her granddaughter to your 'choice at Bullington's. a few days in St. George, Ga. with You are required to appear on Ida 'upon of receipt this notice of proof, the of fictitious publication

Jacksonville where she spent the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bryantand her brother and sister-in-law.I November U, 1955. In the above I I name of Florida Boat Shield Company -
j name Court and cause, wherein i
weekend with and children have moved into I under which I am engaged In
her son-in-law
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Roberts. plaintiff seeks divorce custody and ,
I Ave.
N. Temple
business at 864
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roger their new cottage on Dicandio Col. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin and control of minor child and cost of I I Starke Fla. Wool Toppers

I Ward. Road in the Clarke Estate. Mr. and :Mrs. B. T. Thomas were suit.Bradford County Telegraph shall I.I Starke Jos. ,H.Fla.Arnold.. sole owner.P. O. Box 9S3, I

I Diamonds, Watches, Fashionable Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman at the latter"s camp in the Scrub publish weekly Issues.this Order in next four Dated this 4th day of November. I

I jVYInter Costume Jewelry at spent the weekend in Jacksonville last Friday and Saturday.L. Witness my hand and official sealat A.D., 1955. atStarke. Fla.11/4 4t 11/25 I

Bullington's.Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. Crosby Dawk- Starke Florida this October 11,
I F. Smith, Sr. went to Bre- 1955.

.J and Mrs. Earl Middletonand ins. Mr. Nollman returned home yard, N. C. on Sunday to get Mrs. (OFFICIAL SHAM Charles A. THrhy In The County Jndgr'n! Court
As Clerk of said Court. I liradfurd County. FloridaIN I .99
Mrs. W. Q. Dowling of Mel- Monday. Mrs. Nollman remainedand
I Smith who underwent an opera- Fv Marian 1.. Crosby. Deputy Clerk RE: 1.95Value .
bourne were overnight guests last is serving on Federal Jury tion there recently. They returned -j-Martin J. Pearl. 204 Smith Building I ESTATE OF JOHN UGLOW.
Jacksonville. Florida.Attys. Deceased.
Saturday Dr. and Mrs. W. E. duty. I. ,
of home on Thursday. I for PIt. 10/14 4t 11/4 I NOTICE TO CKEDITOn I
Middleton. The Middletons, Miss Dr. H. G. Bellinger local chiropractor Mr. and Mrs. Sam Caruso and All creditors of the estate of John
NOTICE TO APPEARIn I Uglow, deceased, are hereby notifi- I ASSORTED COLORS
Madge Middleton, their guests returned Friday from I family of Jacksonville visited the Circuit Court Bradford Count ed and required to file any claimsbr *

and Mrs. E. .L Matthews. and Clearwater where the Florida ,Henry Stefanelli family on Sun- Florida In Thnneery. I m' demands which they may have
Willie Edward Moran, Plaintiff, vs. against said estate in the office of
A daughters attended the 'Middle-I Chiropractic Association met in a Katie Weaver Moran Defendant the County Judge of Bradford Coun- I

1 ton family reunion. in Pomona 'three-day convention. Some 500 day.Mrs.. Wm. H. Thomson and children ''l etl... To Appmr Case No. 10-1240 I 1 ty Starke, Florida Florida., in the within courthouse eight calendar at- i

I Park on Sunday. About 100 chiropractors from all over the of Monticello will spend the To: Katie Weaver Moran. whose I months from the date of the

members of the family attended. state and neighboring states at- weekend with her parents, Mr. residence and address Is: 330 43rd first publication of this notice. Each
Street. claim demand
Newport News. Virginia. or must be in writing
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre visit- tended. Featured speaker on the and Mrs. F. F. Stump. Mrs. John You are hereby notified that a and must state the place of resi-

ed :Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Partainat program was Dr. W. H. Quigleyof I W. Griffin of Ochlocknee, Ga. is suit Divorcehas for dence claimant and and post-office must be address sworn of to the by LADIESNYLON

Atlantic Beach last Sunday.Mr. Davenport, Iowa and Dr. Craig.also here for a week's visit with been riled against you In the the claimant, his agent, his attorney
and Mrs. J. B. and former of above named Court and cause an<*,or It will become void according to
Dansby Kightlinger president her parents, the Stumps. They law.
IOU are required to serve a copy of I HOSE I
family of Perry and Mr. and Mrs. the Chiropractic Institute of New will celebrate Mr. Stump's birth- vour answer or pleadlns- the romolalnt First Publication on November 3, I \tk'1.H
1955. .
on the Plaintiff Attorney
R. J. Andrews and family of York.
day on Sunday and Miss Lillian P. Fred Butler. 1309 Parnett Bank /s/ Carrie Uglow Ward

_ Wesconnett were Sunday guestsof I Mrs. W. G. Haile returned home Stump's birthday which fell on Building, Jacksonville.. Floridaand Executrix: of the Estate'of John
file tne oriemai in i" n n/" 0 t Lglow. deceased.
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby. last Thursday from Miami where Wednesday.FOR the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I 11/4 4t 11/25 C

-' Livestock and poultry remedies.At she spent two weeks visiting her

SMrunks. Jr. and Jack Haile PARTLY FURNISHED I 51 15
Woodfin house
sons for

Mr. and Mrs. :Maxie Carter ,Sr. and their families. She also spenta Sell It Rent It Trade li I i Rent.JD.l.s55 Five?L&rund.sCorner rooms and bath. Ad.lot I GuageFirst .

and Mrs. W. A. Starling had as few days with her sister, Mrs.J. I on paved Street. $50 per month. ,

Sunday visitors, Mr. and Mrs. S. Adair in West Palm Beach. .J'hone 137. IIc'hg! I \\

Kenneth Sanders, Mrs. Clinton Mrs. H. E. Tucker and her NEXT TIME yoU stop at Smith's

Buff, Mrs. Red Paham and Mr.I aunt, Mrs. Adelaide Hutto, will WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow ask Shell about Service an Station 18-month in Lawtey battery Quality

and Mrs. Wallace Faulk and family make a business trip to Savannah, for $ 2-9'- Stchg 11/4

all of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Ga. this weekend. FOR SALE-Four acres. Modern

Dixon Thomas of Lawtey. Gold Fish, Parakeets, pet sup- Rates Good Results E'asyToPlact six room home. two car garage,
Dianne and Margaret Colson hen house flock of laying hens.
At Sistrunks.
plies. Cow
pecan trees, grape vines'One I __ _
spent the weekend with their Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr.. ZO WORDS OR LESS, ONE INSERTION - 50. mile East of Starke on Rt

grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. and children Gainesville visited --" 16. Easy terms. $1,000 down and
of EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2e $75 Per mF. at 6% interest. Price I[ !
Colson in Brooker and attended j!their parents Mrs. Lucile Davis, Box 17.500 Henry R. Dobbs, Rt. 1. TABLE OF q LADIES

the Halloween celebration there. in Starke and Mr. and Mrs. W. N. DISCOUNT OF 15 PER CENT ON" TWO OR MORE INSERTIONS I 274. Starke., 2tp 10/28 ,

Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Langstonof I North of the State Farm on Sat- 25 ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID I.V ADVANCEto : CABEAGB PLANTS now ready for LADIES I LOAFERS 100r'; NylonValues

Manning, S. C. were weekend urday. Little Greg Davis stayed Call setting.1072 Tifton All leading Ga. Davis varieties Plant \

visitors of rand frs- Eustis I with the Norths for a few days' SALE IHlitary Jeep in good FOR RENT-Two sleeping rooms at Farms. 3tp ,1/4
A :McKnight. [ mechanical condition. Phone Key- 310 N. Walnut. :Mrs. Adelaide I SLIPS
I visit.Mrs. stone 2692. Itp Hutto, downstairs apartment. To
Mrs. E. C. Priest and grand- REAL \ /J
C. L. Scholl, Mrs. P. J. 2tchg 11/11 ESTATE I
daughter, Anita Alvarez, spent 'I.. FOR RENT-Unfurnished house 5.95MEN'S .
Lea- )
Quattlebaum and Miss Clara .
with eleven rooms, four baths. FOR SALE i /
Sunday in Fort White visiting man are attending the Florida For Information call Wilbur LOW COST ,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dennis and Scott, FR-2-2013, Gainesville- 22 acre' tract of land with the
Federated Woman'g Club District Itchg room honor, electric .99t
er six p.m. light and 'I
Mrs. Eula Hollingsworth. ,meeting in Jacksonville today. I i Liability Insurance water, faring two feet OB t.. S. 301
Miss Dolores and 8 8 16 Con- adjacent' to new motel.
McKnight FOR SALE-New x x Ideal
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. AndersonSr. I
crete block, 19c. Cement $1.40 for development or for ln\mt- ,
A Lewis Haines Jr. attended the ,, gave a dinner party Sunday in per bag. Mortar Mix $1.25 per Contact Us Concerning the meat. Priced right with terms.

Stetson football game in Deland celebration of the 11th wedding bag. Bradford Engineering Co. NEW INSURANCE LAW 1'
afternoon. phone 94. Starke. _tf *Ys ncre. attractive two bedroom t
) on Saturday anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. hoiiHr, modern eon ten.lencex -
Personalized Gifts are thought- Schwab.: READY NOW for that special din- No Membership Fees Kf'Dt'roa.planting of fruit
fill Your in I ner Young Double-Breasted tree, beautiful site for motel' or !
'gifts. name gold on
Mr. and Mrs. C.. .H. Nasworthy. Grade A Turkeys. Phone MU-4- BEST RATES IN TOWN I other' commercial development. t:
Bibles Billfold*, Stationary Napkins spent, ? the- weekend in Brunswick, 4221. Opal's Turkey Farm, Flora-tf IteaMonably prll'dlth term*. r
home, Fla.
ttc. One-day service at'I Ga. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. O. 6 :Months Policies Attractive two bed room hon.e.
Bullington's. nice, grounds, within one block of .
Dever. TEN MINUTESYou I Bradford High Sehool.Florida :. it
Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Prit- -
Mrs. Frow Strickland and chil- Doyle E. CONNER
ten minutes to Investigate For
chard and of Gainesvillewere spend these
daughter and
I dren spent Friday and Saturdayin this position as exclusive rep- INSURANCE AGENCYPh. reAl estate see other bargains 'D UNLINED .... Sizes 32 40
Sunday guests Of Mr. andI for .
Jacksonville with her parents, resentative in Bradford County .:

Mrs. V. V. Hazen and Mrs. Max Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Moyer. Mr.I'the kind fourth In the largest world and company I will of spenda its 285 136 W. Call I Realty Co. I JACKETS v;

Furlong. and Mrs. Strickland and children I half day to drive to your county Of _
meet you. We are a sales organ- Starke
and the Moyers were visiting ization furnishing leads and a I 335 Temple Ate.
1- I monthly bonus. Local references 3S3 I I a LADIES
friends in Palatka on Sunday. required reliable automobile essent SARATOGA HEIGHTS Starke, Florida

I Mrs. Emma Ludwig of Miami ial. Spend ten minutes to give a UNIT No.2 I ;

spent a few days this week with Apply brief resume room 6,of Commerce your background.Building, RADIOS REPAIRED AI' NYLON TOPPERS

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. Gainesville 8:30 to 10:30. only Three bed room masonry home All Hake All Model -,--
4tchg 11/18 now under construction in Reasonable
C'aristiiias Cards, I chance. -
A ualiiuarK : Starke'8 newest additIon Price parteH LL
)our name imprinted at U11wgtun's. -I to veterans 100.00 with application rna w. Call st. trke. P..v .
STROfT REALTY to purchase $ O.Ue In Pink
thirty days and SS::>.OO at closing. LICENSED WELL 95
Mrs. James Rowe and several MoUe Home with bath. Trice to non veterans S-iaOui Jordan. 'Ve. guarantee DRILLER. Sam Tt
43 A. Water.
,onably priced. A..k about with application to purchaseand I Phone 52962. Melrose Fla. White Ii
college friends from the Universityof as low as $300.00 at dosing' 11/25

Georgia will spend the weekend terms. Bur now and select the interior ,LOST WEDNESDAY Pale Blue S Values 5.95 t S
and lot la own, colors and tile for bath and kit- male Parrakeet about Aqua
with Mrs. Rowe's parents, Mr. Small houfce chen. See the plans keen them old, Mrs. Julia Isaac seven mos. SizesS-M.L '. I
and Mrs. Hogan Smith. '1330. overnight and make your selection. I Madison. 228Vest ltj| Blue
If vou want to own a
Airs. H. .\1. hicharde of the STROUT REALTY tome it will par YOU to investi- MAN OH WOMAN to take I

State Farm accompanied Mrs.C. Jennie Hansen, Representative rate this.FLORIDA. I route of established Customers over in WashableBoy's
"Boiled cabbage! My unfailing Starke. Weekly ;
Starke Fla profits of $50.00r
F. Sayles to Mrs. aYles' home REALTY CO. or more at start possible. No car Long Sleeve '
for out!
recipe dining l\ O. Box 307 other investments
in Miami on Thursday lor a few Of StarkeReal \ necessary.
\e will help
you get started. MEN'S
Give your wife uays visit. Airs :bayles:: has been Mi. Waldo 110-8-2371 Estate Br.it.er Write C. R Ruble Dept. NTh. .

a welcome change visiting her brother-in-law and 355: Temple A,-e. Telephone SS3MarLe. 2.J. Tenn.R. Watkins Company, Memphis
and Mis. E. K. FOR SALE Several Electric Bath Florida lIp iCOTTON DUNGAREES1N881TF
From the kitchen :sister Juage room heaters new never been un- FOR RENT Spacious .
Ferryman tor the past week. Will Sell Cheap. Also downstairs 5-
j sink crated. room
or apartment
range. 2
I Ironer and Electric WANTED PECANS bedroom 2
ICJ3! 2-c and Mrs. Robert Stef- Wated new Electric Pumps Apply Floral Motel No quantity too large or too smalL call baths.V "* X walnut St. See or SHIRTS
I miles North of Cash market prices. See us be- I Mrs. j. w. Kincaid phone 97.
anelli and daughter Lmda, of II two Starke.Hp
117 W.lirownlee. tfchg"FOR
I for selling. Pillar Keene
: GUIDON GRILL Pensacola spent Wednesday to Phone 187. 12tp 12/16 "
I RENT-Two bedroom
.:. furnish.
last week with their j ed cottage, 69
Friday of I BULLDOZING -- FILL FOR RENT-Partly Furnished also Apt. No. 1-3
(parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stef- house 139 Church St. Key at rooms nicely furnished electric I .
Kopelousos Owner CLEARING : I kitchen. Adults. V4 mile from I
George DIRT -- LAND Kitty's. 239 Temple Ave. Itchg limits City ?
4 lanelli and Mr. and Mrs. Russell I on Bessant Road Rt 1. Box: I
440, left '
Starke, Fla. Norman.Dr. I' Oyster Shell Peat Humus 21 INCH ADMIRAL TV. J10.00 ;i linlie. turn at Call St. bridge
down at Dahmer's. Itchg : tffhg I :
I M. B. Herlong, Mrs. Carrie Bldg. Sand-Pa\ing; Driveways RUBBER STAMPS I
ADMIRAL RADIO and Four Speed I made to order
Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Frank 1 numberers. notary
------ seals,
'- Record Changer Combination Jo facsimile
,Herlong and Mrs. Myra Foy of I OVID LEWISV. down at Dahmer's Itchg I Telegraph.stamps. Bradford County**

Lake City their guest have been \ Madison St. StarkePH.
Did You Know?'
I visiting their sister, Mrs. Lucile 856-W I BILL SOTO

Dunn, who is seriously ill in the I

There are more people In Alachua General Hospital. FOR RENT-Four room cottage SIGN SHOP j 4. Sizes
for mental and : nicely furnished refrigerator and jI All Colors
hospitals today .
Rose bushes included $35 per month. One I .
Pansy plants, lights Mile South .
nervous disorders than for all Kingsley Court Kingsley Lake_ Sizes4.18 28 42BOY'S
Fancy pottery, at SUtrunks. 4tp 11/4 On Keystone Highway

physical ailments combined. Mrs. C. W. Fowler of Winter
FOR RENT-Five room furnished I 178-L
I Park spent the weekend with her house on Kingsley Lake. J50 per
Many of these mental cases mother, Mrs. R. A. Thomas. Mrs. month. Mrs. Marks Ritch. Call All Types Signs SUSPENDEREDDUNGAREES
would not need to be in hos- I 461-Y. Itp PhONE 414-J c
Earl P. Fountain of Biloxi, Miss.
pitals If they knew of the ben- arrived Thursday to visit her FOR SALE-Two gas ranges gas I 2.% PAID ON SAVINGS KEY-

>flts to be derived from Chiro- mother, Mrs. Thomas.. fast water set.heater.bed refrigerator with springs break-and FOR apartment.RENT-Five 626 N.room Church furnished St. HER STOXE STATE"-'-rxTSmwr BANK fm, FLA.-, MEM-KEYSTONE -

practic care.Chiropractic. Mr. arid mattress and gas space heaters. Phone 175OY .Will accept small FDIC
\ Mrs.,?. E. Hardy and
Phone 108. Dr. H. G. Dollinger.
baby couple.
or tfchg __
family visited Mrs. Hardy's mother 46 N. Walnut. Itp WANTED Snakes Alive. All kinds.
care is not nly Top cash paid. Write Ross Allen
Mrs. O. W. Barry, in St. WANTED MAID Apply El Rancho WANTED Unincumbered white Reptile Institute Silver Springs. J
effective woman to keep house, cook, and
an preventative but Fla.. Bill
Motel. Smith buyer.
Petersburg last Sunday.Mr. I Itchg be companion for elderly couple. 2tp 11/4 Sizesl-6

can restore normal health after and Mrs. Bud Underhill of Give age salary expected with FOR
eats and private bedroom; also date SALE-Unfinished 16 ft. x 20 -
other methods have failed. Fort Mead will be weekend guestsof PINE ACRES PARK when ready to report for work. ft. House with front and back

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Paul H. Winter, 111 S. W. 2nd porch and carport. On high dry L't { Bors
Bring your health problemsto Mundy and Large building lots, 100x300 Ave, Gainesville. Fla. Itp lot two blocks from Kingsley ;
will attend the Lake on new State 'Road. Sacrifice r5
Sapp family reUnion -
!and over, less than 2 miles S.E.St I FOR SALE for J400. Call Jacksonville :yJACKETS\ Free!
on Sunday. Also here for
theBOLLINGER Starke and only 200 ft. off 1 Kel. Deep Freeze medium size like Ev-80627. or see R. L. Francis ,
the reunion will be Mrs. Donnie new $160 cash. One small Cement Kingsley Lake. 2tp 11/4

Moore and Mrs. T. A. Steele of !highway 100 (Palatka Road). Mixer with electric motor $75 I REVERSABLE
cash. M. R. Judd, 127
!Drive In the Lafayette
on new, graded entrance I
CHIROPRACTICCLINIC Gainesville, as guests of Mrs. J. St. Phone 215-J. Itp AA With
B. Sapp. road at creek bridge for FOR LEASE .. EveryChildren's
FOR SALE-Three Iron bed
Fertilizer for Flowers, Lawns talk with owner. The lots have $1 each, one kitchen safe JJ steads one I w 177 Pair Of

and 'Gardens minor restrictions. Good title dining table J4, one dresser $4. NEW AMOCO STATION" I 1
Magic ) '
ly- Geo. W. Cheshier. Rt. I, Box 315 qr Shoes
Consultation Free !Gro, 'GroTont"1goro.. At Sis- and abstract.C. on road 100 Sou.* Itp at a very desirable location on I, ki Regardless Of

Lady Assistant trunks.L. E. Boedecker I I j Price
-Unfurnished five room -- Pair Of
I H. Gibson, Harmon Morg'anand Starke Fla. 11111 masonry bungalow, shower, carport : Xorth Temple Ave, opposite El I
3 Blocks North of screened
Postoffice porch. nice lawn. ir-
Mrs. R. F. Demorest in I Stretch SocksL
I were Desirable location. 71S Laura St. Rancho Motel in City of Starke. Made In J
Phone apanROBBINS'
St. 137.
Petersburg from Sunday to tfchg
Office hours daily except Thurs. MEAT CURING Plant now open at I

Evenings & Thurs. by Appt. [Wednesday attending the School r Starke Ice Company. 4tchg 11/18 PRE-CAST SEPTIC TANKS and In- Phone Mr. Smith at 424-J j

Supervisor's Conference.Mr. stallation. Phone 415-W or
FOR S.\LE-Good clean Electric Write Box 1108 Starke, Fla.
930to12 1SOto5:30 2tchg
and Mrs. Lex Green and range. Sacrifice $85. Snack Bar 10/14 4tch* 11/4 I
341 N. Temple Ave.
Itp L I
Michael return this
Starke Fla.
FOR SALE Coleman Oil HeaterNo.
weekend from a week's trip to PHEASANTS FOR S..u.E-U each. 444, $15; Youth bed, springs FOR SALE 100 pound Potato bags. J
----- Jack McComb. Two miles
.. out new 2
..ore. mattresses and bedspread i'O Martin's Fruit Shop. Temple AveItp !
Blanding Road. Itp 200 E Adklns St tf =




r II I' 1161 I 6111 II 6111111 1111 eligible. Miss Parker and Miss help her get them into the mail. ed the jewelry and demonstratedthe .,
< -- ---- ---
Ridaught were the only ones from If you would care to assist, various ways it could be worn. -, .
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Keystone to be so honored. simply call her at 4127. She will Door prize was won by Mrs. N.
School Boy Patrol appreciate same. W. Hardenbergh.

By Mary Kay'Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 Holds Weiner Roast Mr. And Mrs. Dwyer Guests were Mrs. Everett Fox, Sale!
Monday night the School Boy Celebrate 48th Anniversary Mrs. Frank Dgen, Mrs. James Manager's
'" I- I- 111I1 6 16 I I I. Patrol held Mr. and Mrs. I I -
a roast at E. W. Dwyer of Grayson; Mrs. N. W. Harden-
1TA Halloween Carnival affair Is being held in observanceof Keystone; Beach. The party was Lakeview Drive recently celebrated bergh, Mrs. Carl Carnes, Mrs.
Happy Affair For All National Book Week. The sponsored by the Lions Club, and their 48th wedding anniversarywith Mercer Morrison, Mrs. R. H. \ .
Despite a few warning rain public is also urged' to view the Homer Casey acted as chaperone. dinner at the Gold House in Jackson, and Mrs. George SChaef- \ "' '--
drops, the Keystone Heights Car- books given by the Rotary Club Those who attended included Patrol Starke. The Dwyers were marriedon fer.
nival was a huge success, thanksto to the library. boys; Bob Morgan' Butch Fox, Oct. 20, 1907, at St. Mary's II St. William's Catholic Club will,
General Chairman Bud An- Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday Dickie Siprelle, Gary Chance, Rectory in East Hartford, Conn. meet in the Recreation Hall ad-
thony and his able committee.The of next week, members of Butch Reil, Mike Walrath, and Although they lived most of their joining the Church on Wed. :::::::::::.:
parade started from the the library committee will be at Pat La Mee. Present also were married life in the North, they ning, Nov. 9, at 8 o'clock. eve-I --
Fire House at 6 o'clock and proceeded the Post Office to answer your patrol-girls Mary Jo Siprelle, and are staunch supporters of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Welker ,
to the park, where Judges questions, and to take member- Darlene Campbell. Guests included Mr. Dwyer was guest speaker at who are currently residing in the
Pat Fraher, Jackie Collins and ships for the coming year. Susanne La. Mee, Aggie Watson, a Scribes' Dinner at the Statler Christoffer house on Peach
John J. Camp were seated and Dr. Paul Harrison SpeakerAt Ginger McKay, and Merrian Betts. Hotel in Hartford last summer, Street, are planning to start con-
waiting. The children were group Woman's Club Luncheon The boys and girls enjoyed dan- 'while they were traveling in the struction soon on their new homeon ww nutl
ed into categories and age-groups. Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 25, Dr. cing on the pavilion, after the North and his subject was "LiV- Garden Street, about a block
_ after much deliberation the jud- Paul. Harrison, M. D., of Penney weiners had been consumed. ing in Florida. The Scribes is an,from Lakeview Drive. From all

ges decided on the following win- Farms, spoke_at. the Woman's Altar Society 3Kts oranization of newspaper- re indications, it will be a dream-
ners: Club- Covered-Dish- -Luncheon on St. William's Altar Society met porters. Mr. and Mrs. Dwyer come-true house.W. .
Pre-School Age: Prettiest, Cindy the subject of Arabia, and his. at 2 p. m. on Oct. 27, in the rec- traveled through Connecticut, 31. U. Women Meet Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat. Nov. 5
Hetherington; Ugliest, Dickie life and experiences there. His reation hall. Since so many of Massachusetts, and Rhode Island, The Woman's Missionary Unionof
_ Martin; Most Orginal Cindy i talk was from the political angle, the members were unable to at- and visited all the cities deva- the First Baptist Church held VAC PAKASTOR (Limit One, Please!)
Scales; Funniest, Shelley Morri and he told of the Influence of tend, it was decided to hold the stated by floods which were the 'its regular monthly meeting Tues-
son.Six the U. S. on the Arabs and Jews next meeting at 10 a. m., Wed., aftermath of Hurricane Diane. day, Oct. 25.During the business -lbCan
To Eight Years; Prettiest, and the attempts of Russia to In Nov. 30. A Rummage Sale will be Mr. and Mrs. Fremont W. Tollesare meeting, it was voted to send do; COFFEE 69C
Delores Murrhee; Ugliest, Mar- filtrate the groups. Mrs. Harri- held on Dec. 3. The location will traveling through Mexico and, nations to the Florida Normal
shall Beam; Most Original Gin- son was also a guest of the Wom be decided later. Instead of hold- according to cards received local- School in St. Augustine, and to ,
ny and Carol Campbell; Funniest, an's Club that day. ing a Bake Sale In November,the ly, are having an exciting time of the Carver School of Missions in
Jimmy (Minnie Pearl) Fox. Woman's Club To Meet Nov. 8 ladies': will take orders for pumpkin it. They expect to return Novem- Louisville, Ky. The ladies were SHORTENING (Limit One, Please!)
Nine to 13 Years: Prettiest, The Keystone Heights Woman's pies-and other seasonal pies. ber 8.Mrs.. happy to welcome into their group
Rcmesa Dodd; Ugliest, Ginger Mc- Club will hold its regular business -to be delivered the day before. : Adele Sherman, of New-I two new members, Mrs. Margaret Can
Kay; :Most_ Orginal, Mary Ann meeting on Tues., Nov. 8, at 1 Thanksgiving. So remember to ington, Conn., and Mrs. Ann i. Waite, and Mrs. H. L. Ownbey. A C R I IS SeD 13Lb 69C
Schaeffer; Funniest, Mike Siprelle. o'clock. Bazaar plans will be com- order your Thanksgiving pies now Byerklund, of Hartford, were recent -delicious covered-dish luncheonwas \
pleted at this time. by calling Keystone 2071, or Mel- guests of the E. W. D3'wers'l I' enjoyed by all. -
After th judooing, the fun began The Bazaar will be held on rose GR-5-2676 right away. .Birth Announcement I .
with all kinds of things to Saturday, Nov. 19, at the clubhouse Mrs. J. B. McKay has returned I Mr. and Mrs. Gary Garner of WANTED PECANSNo HERSHEY'S
do. The Fortune Telling Booth from 11 a. m. to 7 p. m. to Keystone from a short vaca- Starke announce the birth of a quantity too large or too
was popular, with Mrs. Anna There will be a turkey dinner tion in the North. She visited i son on Sunday morning, Oct. 30, small. Cash market prices. See Lb Bag
James giving a fast line to all from 5:30: to 7, and the cost will her brother, R. D. Baker, and his. at 7 am. Mrs. Garner is the S SUGAR 5 39C
us before selling. Dillard Keene,
her clientele.For be ?1.25 for adults and 65 cents family in Ferndale, Mich., a- sub- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. I
a nickle, one could buy for children. Mrs. B. R. Weld is erb of Detroit. She also was the.Siprelle of Keystone Heights 117 W. Brownlee, Ph. 187.

more treasures at the White Ele- in charge of the dinner tickets. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Amos the former Sue Siprelle. ..-'- -. ... -- --- - .
Booth. Our home chairmen as '-- -- .----- -- --- DETERGENT (Limit Two Please!)
phant was en- Other committee are Crowley, former Keystone resi- Birthday Party ,
riched by three, thermometers- follows: General Chairman, Mrs.J. dents, who now reside in Lewis- Tuesday eve., Mary Ann and Wash Your Clothes
one without any mercury, one, A. Williams; Dinner Chairman, town, near Niagara Falls, N. Y. 'David Schaeffer, whose birthdays Pkg OnlySTOKEY'S
with mercury registering 20 degrees -Mrs. William J. Siprelle; Baked Mrs. Alice Baker, Mrs. Mc- 'I fall on Oct. 22 and 27, respectively 9 Pounds L LARGE TIDE 2SC

and one that registeredwith Goods, Mrs. C. G. Denny; Grab Kay's mother, kept house during I celebrated with a weiner For 40c!
a 1953 calendar. Of course, Bag (or Fish-Pond), Mrs. Ben her absence. ,roast at their home on Peach St.
there were lots of more favorable Rose; Growing Plants, Mrs. Sara Keystone Firemen are reminded I Those who were present included FREE Bleach If Desired!
bargains. McDonald; Surprise Packages, that they are invited to a dinnerat Leola, Viola, Sandra and
Henry Hall, Jr., guessed that Mrs. Axel Malmgren; White Ele the Firehouse on Saturday June Ridaught; Jackie, Jimmy,
there were 700, pieces of candy phants, Mrs. C. L. Sipe; Arts and eve., Nov. 5, and this invitation and Butch Fox; Peter and Janet We Will
corn In a jar. Actually, there were Crafts, Mrs. John Karges.All includes their wives, or girl- Manown; Sylvia, Romesa, and No 2 Cans
701, but Henry won. the prize- Woman's Club Members are freinds, in the case of bachelor Danny Dodd; Michael and MaryJo Dry Your Clothes SLICED PINEAPPLE 19C
the corn. urged to attend this meeting, members. There will be dancing Siprelle; Ginger, Jimmy, and
At the close of the evening, which will be most Important.Dues after dinner. Linda McKay; Delores Oglesby, For 20cIn
there were drawings for door are now payable for the Hon. J. Edwin Larson, State Phyllis Massa; Tommy Jones;
prizes. (One had to be there to 1955-56 season. Treasurer and State Fire-Mar Roger Pangborn Butch Cannon, New Automatic Driers! LAND O'SUNSHINE Plain or S-R
win). Mrs. Allan N. Dean wona Children Win PrizesIn shall, and former resident of Key- I Dudley Dean, Eric ,Redfearn, and e
permanent at the Keystone P. T. ;\. Poster Contest stone Heights, will serve as gen- the children's teacher, Miss Emma Lb Lb
Beauty Shop; Mrs. Hazel Fallin, Patty Dona Joel Brault, and eral chairman of a state con- I Kate Mansfield. FLOUR 5 Bag 39C o Bag 1SC
a ham from Watson's Store; Miss Butch Reil all won crisp new dol- ference on Fire Prevention In St. Mrs Moody Entertains Washeteria\
Sarah Mansfield, two dinners at lar bills for making the best pos- Petersburg at the Soreno Hotel, I Wednesday afternoon, lIrs.i .
Keystone Restaurant. Her lucky ters to advertise the Carnival. I Nov. 2 and 3. The meeting will i Chester Moody entertained witha Temple Ave. Starke
sister Miss Emma Kate Mans- Patty Dona is a student in Miss be attended by presidents of national -, costume jewelry party at her. .
field, won a turkey from Bill Houser's room. Also in :Miss Hou- insurance companies, edu- :home, Mrs. W. S. Sibley display I ..-.--_ ---'6.r .-- __-__--"--..-...__- _..._.....-.-.- I
Scales' Store; and George Massa ser's room were Tommy Thompson cators of note, and representatives -
won a car-wash from Ted Ogles- Mike Foster, Barbara Drake, from fire departments No 303 Can
by's station. and Dee Dee Hardenbergh, who throughout the state. r I ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing III WHITE! ACRE PEASSUNNYLAND 29C
Following the door-prizes, the received honorable mention. As this column went to press, Established 1894 IIIJ
Keystone Fire Dept. put on a Joel Brault Is :Miss :Mansfield's plans were under way for the
demonstration of firefightingright student; and Jimmy Fox, Lamar children of Miss Mansfield's room
'in the park. A little house Hill, Reba Hall, and Carol Campbell to take a field trip. on Thursday,
was erected and set afire. The -all in :Miss :Mansfied's room Nov. 3, to the Children's Museumin WINKLER\ ELECTRIC SERVICE i
Firemen demonstrated the various I-received honorable mention. Jacksonville. A school bus had .
methods of extinguishing the fire Hubert Ridaught Is Butch been engaged for the occasion, Ready-to-Eat
-putting it out and setting it Reil's teacher, and those receiving and all the children, the teacher, :: .. '14'-..
afire again and again. Finallythe honorable mention in his room hand some of the room mothers ifL #IV'AND -
little house fell in a heap of were: Frances Reaves, Sonny would all ride together on the
ashes and the carnival was over. Simmons, Lane Jackson, and bus. It all sounded mighty inI a .
Woman's Club LibraryTo Mike Walrath. I teresting. I RADIO Smo. HAM
Hold Open House Judges for this event were: Christmas Seals To Go ,
Wednesday, Nov. 9, the wom- Mrs. Margaret Tracy, and Mr. On Sale November 16 \ ,. ;.
an's Club Library will hold open,I and Mrs. S. E. McKay. The Clay County Tuberculosisand .- _./
.house, and everyone Is urged to High-School Girls Honored Health Assoc. met at the ITELEVISION j .
attend-especially all the children -I, The Misses Mary Catherine Dunbar High School in Green ZENITH 17" .95 Full Half LbBOSTON
of the town. The time will Parker and Jo Ann Ridaught, both Cove Springs, Oct. 25, to make Evanston T1814R 159 14 !
be from 3 till 9 p. m. students at Melrose High School, plans for the annual distribution Sales Whole
When Your TV Needs I or
There will be a Children's Hour were recently honored when they[10f Christmas Seals throughoutthe .
and Service
Service Call 166
from 3:30: to 4:30: which will allow -were taken into the Beta Club, country. Mrs. George Schaefer I
8.12 Lb. 49cBUTT
the children time to come i,whose membership Is carefully\\t< will be in charge of distribution II Iln 6 I. II
from school. Mothers are urged I j!'selected. All members must have In the Keystone area. She 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida !
I' Wt.
to bring the tiny tots, too. This Iat least a "B" average to be,may be calling on you ladies toT I Avg.

Drive it at your Plymouth dealer's-the car that's going places with the Young in Heart!

I4tMw.wv PORK ROAST Lb. 19C

v As -'-' '-.,.,.*. w.4...} i:k :

:. "EAT-RITE" Top Round or .' .


"EAT-RITE" Flavorful -







Jf'ABULOUS 5 Bag 19C



The look that goes with Push-Button Driving and 90-90 Turbo-Torque in the new Plymouth '56 Lb 19CMORTON'S

S .
Here u a car more truly representative of our jet air age than any PUSH-BUTTON DRIVING -
Turkey Beef; Cherry PeachSWANSON'S ... :: "
you hate ever seen..in startling, sweeping new Aerodynamic w. With a finger-tip touch on a button you '
St}Lino in bold new concepts like Push-Button Driving. There's ,fs select your driving range. As easy as BeefFROZEN

90-90 Turbo-Torque Power and the great new I1y.Fire.S or new a: flickmgalightswitchThenPlymouth'sPowerFlow Pkgs

6 to gh'e you Top Thrust at Take-0 ff. And Plymouth I is ,, ?r fully smoothest automatic,most PowerFlite-the advanced transmis world F PIE S 5 99C

and outside. .. roomier inside. It's all breath
., larger longer -takingly lion-takes over. You'll find it the

,ahead of its time. See }our Plymouth! dealer today ultimate in driving convenience. SUPERBRAND

All-new Aerodynamic PLYIVIOUTH 56 I i MARGARINE I E 7LbQtrs 35C ,

200 V-8 hp available with PowerPak in aD 4 lines-Belvedere, Savoy,Plaza and Suburban. Or choose 187 hp in Belvedere and Suburban lines In Savoy and Plaza ___ _
lines you get 180 V-8 hp. If you prefer the super-economy of Plymouth's PowerFlow 6-also available in all 4 lines-you get 125 hp,-or 131 hp with PowerPak. PVC -- : -_: - ----- ---- - ---- .-- = .- _.- _-. =_ : :: --n=_-. -;


-- .

"." Friday. Walter Woodin in Crawford, N. J. vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv: I i
Kenneth Mott, who is in the They were called there by the ill-

RROOKER{ [Navy Air Force at Pensacola, ness of Mrs. Wait's father. NORTH SIDEBy

visted his parents., Rev. and Mrs.II Mrs. A. D. Martin of Waldo

H. H. Mott, last weekend. visited Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano
By Mrs I?:. B. Castlcn Mr. and Mrs. Alex Williams and Monday. 'Sirs. Oscar Carter i

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHalloween Mr. and Mrs. Julian Green of i Rev. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson .I IVAWALUAAA AAAAA

Jacksonville were weekend guestsof land family of Lawtey, and Mr.
North Side church services, 10a.
Carnival Success the Dave Greens. Land I Mrs. Hershell Layfield and .
Mrs. J. C. Harrell president of Mrs. N. C. Mott has returned family of Gainesville visited the m. Sunday School; Morning

the Brooker PTA, wishes to express home after spending several days I N. C. Motts last Friday. !. Worship, U a. m.; BTU 6:30 p.
to all who m.; evening service 7:30, Prayer
her appreciation with Mr. .and Mrs. Marshall Mott I Harry Hamilton of St. Peters-
helped to make this year's carn- and son in Williston.Mr. burg and Hamae.Hamilton of Pal- Services Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. D .
|Rev. Milton Dukes,
ival a big success. Mrs. R. A. pastor. .
and Mrs. J. C. Parrish have metto visited the Z. W. Hamiltons i
Nettles treasurer, said total of1 I The North Side WMU met yo
'moved to Largo. They will be. this week.
$315 was taken in Saturday night. I 'Monday night, Oct. 24'at the
friends here.I Mr. and Mrs. Will
missed by their many Thompsonand
Also like to express our thanks !church. There were nine present
Sorry to hear that Mrs. Dave children Of Lake City visited
(o the residents of Brooker for land the officers were installedfor
Green was taken to Alachua Gen- the E. L. Lester family Sunday.) :
the welcome reception given us on th The meetingwill
year. next
'eral Hospital Monday. Shine :Moll of Gainesville spent
cur trick-or-treat night. About 60 be Monday night, Nov. 14. :
I last Friday with Mrs. Banie Mott.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin announce -
youngsters came for this occasionand All ladies are invited to attend.
at'I' the arrival of a son on Oct. We had a very distinguishedvisitor i 0:0
served refreshments I
were Mr and Mrs. Jimmie Gaskins
30 in Alachua General Hospital. in Brooker last week.'' S.
the civic center last Friday night., (spent last weekend in Miami visit-I
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry visited Cheng Cheng, who is a director'
Jutdoor BarbecueThe 1 I ing Mr. and Mrs. Wade Gaskins.
Mrs. Mattie Barry in Gulfport last of seed production in Formosa, I
W. E. Bighams Jr. enter- II i Mrs. Arthur Gaskins and son
out to Z. W. Hamilton's
;:Sunday. I was see to
tained with a chicken barbecue at Randy, of Miami visited relatives 'b .
I I Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Starling Jr. combiner.. He and Bill Haas also I .
their home Wednesday night of 'here last week.
and children, and Mr. and Mrs. stopped by the G. B. Colson store i \
last week, the occasion the '
Ray Wilson of Jacksonville were to chat with us awhile. Mr. Cheng'has i!i Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter had(i \ti1.eIjO
birthdays of Lloyd Wood and Shirley -
Green. Those attending were i:weekend guests of Mrs. Groover been in the U. S. for about j I as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs.I 1S$1-

the Lloyd Wood family, the Ernest!Jones and sons. a year and in Florida a month.j'Bill Wilson of Jacksonville, Mr.! 'l.\\ $103t .

Edwards family, the G., E. Green Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thomas, We are happy to report that Z. land Mrs. Raymond Waters and .1ta .t

family, and Howard Wait and'and Mr. and Mrs. Benny Thomas W. Hamilton is home from the[I daughter, Janice of Palatka, Mr. \ L p p t! .. ,ra .

daughters.Mrs. !Jr. were weekend guests of Benny I hospital, but the doctors say he and Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow of I W'" 7l

L. M. Norman of Miami!-Thomas Sr. is far from well. We wish you at t State Farm, Ken and Louise I 0 I In Trade < B
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Dukes of I Frank and Mrs. Rosa Smith and r
speedy Zedra. I
visited her mother, Mrs. Eva Har- recovery 1 c '
Worthington were Sunday guestsof Circle Notice [son Allen of Auburndale. r f
rell last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. j
T W. Edwards of Worthingtonwere :Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harrell and The Beulah Harrell Circle will I Mrs. Carrie Norman is spend-

guests of Mrs. Harrell Sat |family. meet Tuesday, Nov. 8, at 7:30 ing a few days with her daughter Given Away Saturday Night, Novo 5,
urday ight. Mr. and :Mrs. Ruey Tetstone and' pm, at the home of Mrs. M. O.j I Mrs. John Aguiar in Wes-
''Mrs. Truby Hodge of Jacksonville connett. 1955. Nothing to buy. You do not
Mrs. Mallory Thomas Mr. and 'visited Mr. and Mrs. George Tet- I have to be to win.EAGLE.
Mrs. R. L. Thomas, and Mrs. Fron- PTA Meeting Mr. sand Mrs. Reese Scott entertained present
stone last Wednesday.Roy
nie Clemons of Starke, and :Mrs. Tetstone, who is in the The Brooker PTA met Thurs- I the Young People of
G. P. Parrish of Auburndale were day, Oct. 29, in the school cafe j North Side Church Saturday night
Army and has served several
of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson |( teria. Rev. C. B. .with
Stallings was: a weiner roast.
months in Korea, visited friends STORE
Sunday afternoon. I and relatives here last week. He featured speaker, and the business|I I Rev. Milton Dukes spent Mon- DEPT.

Gerald Dukes went to Jacksonville I,jis the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony session was presided over by the day I to Friday in Charleston, S.

Tuesday for a wedding rehearsal -i Tetstone of Gainesville and is a prsident, Mrs- Harrell. The 7th ,,:C visiting his parents.

and he and Mrs. T. W.I former resident of Brooker. and 8th Grades, Mrs. Burr's homeroom |I I Mr. and Mrs. John Aguair and

Markey attended the wedding o tj Mrs. J. R. Parrish of Palatkais won the $5 prize for havingthe
daughter, Nancy Lou, of wes
his sister, Eloise Dukes, in Jacksonville visiting Mr. and Mrs. Guy most parents present. I I connett were visiting her mother-,1 111 Call Street Starke, Florida

Saturday. Parrish. Hostesses for the evening were !,Mrs. Carrie
I I I and Mrs.
Mrs. Bertha Douglas and Mrs.I Mrs. H. L. Willis and Linda andVeda [ Mrs. Ruth Mizelle, Mrs. Wilson}Oscar Carter Monday.

Margaret Kacmarczyk of Jacksonville : Mae Willis of Ocala visited[ Green Mrs. Ralph Nettles, Airy II I Leonard Aldredge of Lake 100 PER CENT We Are Pleased To Present To CURLEE
were weekend guests of Mr.I the George Tetstones last Friday Malcolm Lewis, and Mrs. Lucille City
and Mrs. W. C, Stanaker and I I[night. Hazen. i and Mrs. Joe McGee of Jackson-
ii j jLAWTEY
family. I Those attending funeral services ji jville i i I visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred NYLON SLIPS SUITS

Mrs. George Pinder and children, for M. E. Douglas in Lake Butler ....y..TT T... TT.1.U l I Lanier Sunday.. The tare, Florida Trading Area

last Saturday were Mrs. Vernon i I Little Linda Adkins is rapidly
and Mrs. Madeline Hodge and' Edwards, Coy Edwards, Mrs. H. improving. We wish her a speedy 3.99 Values BUY ONE AT SALEEAGLE'S

daughter of Clearwater were week ,(P. Gainey, Mrs. E. B. Crosby, Mrs. i iI,recovery. .
end guests of :Mr. and Mrs. W. E. PRICE SELECT A
Lottie Edwards and Mrs. I I j
W. T.
Bigham Jr and family. .. 3Irs. Joyce T. Fetch Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Clarke and NEWEST STORE
i Blair. I,Dewey Hawkins of Oaklawn Park i" FINE SHIRT AND TIE
Mrs. Albert Sparks of Starke Mrs.
Howard Wait and daughterFolly lAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVernon :were: visiting Mrs. Dora Clarke I
visited Mr and Mrs. Leo last I FREE
Dyal are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sunday.:
Teston completed his I II

I basic training in the Air at I I I Mrs. Maude ofi i
.- -. ... Corps '; Wainwright The Finest Brand Names of First Quality
San Antonio, Texas and is visiting!|JHeilbronn I was visiting her sister,

his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. .Mrs. Susie Sapp, in Gainesville CANNONTOWELS

REVIVALBROOKLYN I Teston. I last weekend. PANTIES Wearing Apparel and Shoes For The

Mr. and Mrs. Winton Parish I Marion Carter is visiting his

and children carried Mr. Par- daughter, Mrs. W. G.
i i
BAPTIST CHURCH rish's mother and step-father i low, at the State Farm Stringfel-I Run-Proof. Tricot ENTIRE FAMILY

Mr. and Mrs. Bud Stephens, toj:j i Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp at- 22 x44
Keystone Heights Fla. Chiefland i FINEST RAYON
on Saturday. tended
I I I his mother, :Mrs. Susan

November 7 Thru 19 ... 7:30 Nightly MacDill Ed Teston Field, who Tampa is stationed, spent the at:(;I Sapp's Sunday.89th birthday in Gainesjville Sizes 5-6-7 LADIES AND GIRLS MEN AND BOYS WEAR REGULAR 98c

MATTHEWS GREER, EVANGELISTCome Xl'Arri'al weekend with his parents. I I Mr. and.Mrs. P. B. Johns spent 59c EACH WEAR Curlee Clothes 69CWembley

Thursday in Jacksonville visiting Ties

Hear This Man Of God Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Johnson I'I their son and daughter-in-law, For .00 Ship n ShoreExquisite -
are the proud parents of a daughter 'Azura Johns. | Tom Sawyer Clothes
Old Time Singing Old Time Preaching Ida Gayle, born on Saturday!i i Mrs. 3 Form PETER
Truman Norman and sis- :Mark: Twain Clothes
In This
ChurchOF Oct. 29,
at Doctor's
Hospital, !!
:ter, Mrs. L. H. Ladies
Starke. i I' Harper of Starke, Elegant WORK SHOES
TilE OLD TIME RELIGIONM. I recently visited their sister, :Mrs. Hallmark _
Jim Carroll of Baldwin is Rose Petal
Gladys:{i I
Havy, in Orlando.
: J. EILAND. Pastor I spending sometime with his)I I DUNGAREESBLUE Cal Craft
daughter, Mrs. J. J. Smith, and I II I HummingbirdCinderella '

- - -- ,family. I land I Mrs. Steve Starling Sr. were- UticaLord 3.49 I
.- --.- 'I(I I BELL'S BEST
-- --- --- - I Among the out-of-town guests'' visiting relatives in Macclenny on Dayton

..at the Hflllnwppn u____ p ___. Carnival__u_._. nn....I Sunday.Mr. I Teen Timer
10 Oz. Hubbard Slacks
Saturday evening were Mr. and I and Mrs. Edward Casque I I Hope Reed
DID YOU KNOW Mrs. Ralph Smart and LITTLE TOT
daughters lot Jacksonville spent Saturday i Blue Bell Work Clothe
of Jacksonville, Mrs. James Smith' MEN'S 69 Private Secretary
,with Mr. Gasque's mother, Mrs.II $1

IT'S ALMOST HERE ? Earl and sons Hoffman of Lake and daughters Butler, Mrs.of ;!Casque, and brother, L. C. Suncraft Lee Work Clothes' DIAPERS

Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wrangler Western Wear
Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Paul ,'E. BOYS Jeanie
Burney of Jacksonville, former $1.29
Dinkins Jr., of Anthony, Mr. and
presidents: of Lawtey, will be pleased HOUSEHOLD
Mrs. J. T. Prevatt and :Mr. Chatham D
WINTER! | to know that their son, Bobby,, 1.59 oxenBLANKETS
and Mrs. :!
Sidney Shuford and son, :land their grandson, Jimmy Mc- Hampton Cannon
and the J. E. Wall family all of
Millian, are ministerial students Dan River
FOR THE Starke. i j lat Aurora College, Aurora, Ill Zimco.
Mr. and Mrs. James Anders I
II I j t These young men are grandson Kay Artley PepperellMonument
of Palatka were weekend ''
SAFEST QUICKEST CLEANEST guests and great grandson Of Mrs. Georgia 5% Wool ARMY TWILL
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. '> SuperformSklbrite .
: Ann. Sapp.
J. Anders, and son, Billy. j'
HEAT YOU CAN HAVE Miss Jewell Raulerson of Jacksonville -i I Mr. and Mrs. :M. McDonald of I Bates WORK SUITS

spent the weekend with i.Jacksonville spent Sunday with SAVE $2.00 Lewella' Chatham

his cousins, Gwendolyn and Alice j Mrs. Lulu Dority. "BLUE BELL"
G-o G-a-s I Raulerson. I Troy Bennett, who is employedin

Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Whitehead j; Orlando, spent the weekend Pair 3.99 SHOES Best 8.5 Oz.Twill .

I and family of Starke attended,;with his family here. CHILDREN AND INFANTS Peters
. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Smith and Pants
services at the First Baptist
"family of Jacksonville WEAR Velvet Step
Church Sunday morning and were were Sunday
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. ; dinner guests of the Melson WASHABLE NYLONTOPPERS WeatherbirdSmart
frVK Privett 2'59
Everybody'se B. Arwood. family. Nanette

& About 20 of Miss Gayle Moore's Mrs. Leona Edwards, Mrs. Herbert Maid 0
'classmates Hildreth and son, Corky, Chick and. Chuck
were entertained all Matching
y talking About 'I the home of her parents, Mr. and['spent Sunday in Gainesville with City Club
:: Lamb
Mr. and Mrs. Carl My
''Mrs. Fred Moore, Saturday eve- 'i Edwards. Happy Hikers Tailored Shirts

ning. The occasion was Gayle's Buster Brown

birthday anniversary. After a delightful 1 0.95 14.95 I ParakeetDiamond
J' m hayride and the display- ,'t Xo WANTED PECANS J Little Tot Brando
or t
? .
ing Of many useful gifts, delicious -
I smalL 'Cash .m .prices. See
refreshments were served. '}'us
I before selling. Dillard
Mrs. Eve Godwin was Sunday ,,117 W. Brownlee. Ph. 187. Keene, These Are Just 'A Few of Our Grand Opening Specials --- We Never
I dinner guest of her mother Mrs. ;, > .,, I

I Volley Mr. and Reddish.Mrs. Tom Whaley of ;tj Sell Seconds or Irregulars --- Why Take Less --- Get The

I Jacksonville were recent guests!I

of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hamilton. AT
Mrs. Truman Norman and eon,
Reggie, Mrs. Carl Prevatt and I

Mrs. L. H. Harper of Starke, :

visited Mrs. Prevatt's daughter, 'I ,>> rro A SMALL DEPOSIT
Mrs. Jack Harvey, in Orlando last i

Rev. and Mrs. E. W. Wilkinson I
I and children and Miss Catherine '\1\;:):.'"
McDavid visited his grandmother

Mrs. Wilkinson, in. Palatka. last I I tT1ti Ihe STORESServing

Saturday. i 0 1st Prize
$50 --
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynolds of

Jacksonville spent the weekendwith I I a North
Use Our
Mr. and Mrs. R.. W. MoselySr. $15 -- 2nd Prize

Want to heat your home better i Mr. and Mrs. George McCall of | $10 -- 3rd Prize LAY A WAY Florida Over
at less Palatka and Mr. and Mrs. C. .
.S cost with greater convenience
W. DeHaven of Green Cove
? Then come in and let us tell you Springs, spent the weekend withR. e.M In Trade

about Dearborn Area Heatl) .Ned L. McCalL Pringle has returned from Just Register 2 5

his Air Corp basic training at
FROM 24.95 UP San Antonio Texas and is visiting -I Friday and Saturday

his grandparents, Mr. andMrs.

BBob Wilkerson. November 3 and 4THAT'S


CO. thurine Blanchard were visiting I I -I Io
the A. M. Blanchard family over -- '- -- ': -- :- 111 CALL ST. S.T.A.RKEF.L..A. '- : _- :.:. :
Starke, Florida the weekend. .' __ __ :, ,,_ __ ,__ __ __ ,_ __ ___ ,. _. : : = __
Mrs. L. C Hilliard and son -- -. _.' '--- --'."-- ---, -- --- --- .. -. .: -- -- - .:=_..- #___:, f' ''_ ': ;; UrnmIV




-- -
,- "' -"' .., -----.. 1 '
1.-, .. .' :rn'f HalloweenFunAtPTACamival I Ir 'Wild Driving ;of the ditch and turned over about
[Shown By Negro I six times," he related.

< v Three of the occupants, all

1 : x State Trooper Carlos Musgrove I negroes, took off to the woods

"" followed a car heading west along I like scared rabbits, Musgrove said

the Buddy Norman road early I The driver. S. J. Jackson, Lake

I ua i Sunday morning and, accustomed 'Butler was arrested for recklessas

he is to wild driving, he blinked:driving and fined $75 or 30 days
.7t .Ifi to |his eyes in amazement. I in jail.

I|. "The car wobbled aU over the Later, the four negroes got into
I1 9 road, then drove steadily on theta![ shouting cursing to-do at the

r I wrong: side then went into scene of the accident, and all four
h ti ditch and travelled there '
___ I were arrested for using profane
.r r.' about a hundred yards, came out'language. and fined $35 each.

4. _

i i' I
t' n a ,
Us ,w I

9 I _
iC lys I -
a I

.. I Modern Lovely HomeOn
.x I First prize winners in the annual Halloween costume parade were:

., f 1r ((1 to r): Richard McCarthy, Frances Ford, Lois Kaufmann, David Mo- I. s. Hwy 17

Highlights: of the annual PTA Carnival last Monday was a Medieval Knight, Richard Dobbs, Connie Jean Noegel, and Cheryl Tillman.
drama, "The Duchess Bounced In," presented by the Elementary Li CITY

Mary under the direction of Mrs. SI. W. Cressler. Characters in the I -'- _. ... -o. -- -. ,'.' .. ... .. I THURSDAY
.-i-. .- ...::--.- .. .. .."'.-... -; _-M. -.,..' -A -
play acre (Ito r): The Duke, Mrs. W. B. Sewell; the daughter, Laurie f'i ,
Mullins; the knight, Dolores MeKnight; the Duchess, Mrs. Lily Bridges; cz ; Commercial and Residential Lots

and The Situation Mrs. M. A. Payne. Special n Corner of
I Magnolia and N. Summitt

specific alternate millage than I .hade Thin and braulirul citrus treris corner, "III hump and adjoininc lot. alA win large
offered .
Trustee Election 'there are for the officially recommended | REVIVAL L SERVICES or home.UN rntirrtr.IllKhnar OutManding K frontage,Gallon or Bomr.itr KO that ju-p.rately you |". group"
trailer court,
,, levy. 1 1 err desirable building lots, city sass water aad Improved male litr..t.!" .t..
The recommended levy m this

Next Tuesday election will be 8 mills in the dis w FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke \ 1 I ?

trict's current fund.and two millsi ,

i the building and bus reserve ,1 I i
. II
Bradford County freeholderswill g r LAST SERVICES SUNDAY II I
.fund. This is a one mill increase 1
go to the polls next Tuesday, I
in the current fund over the Ares ,
elect three district trustees and set ent levy. Receipts from the cur NIGHTLY 7:15 !

the district millage levy for the rent fund are budgeted againsti .

next two years. i teacher-salary expenditures. Tho "Sillymonic Orchestra" provided musical portion of the Carnival I

The three incmbent trustees Besides these district levies, the entertainment. Pictured are: Mrs. Edna Hart (with flute), Mrs. WATCH

L. P. Dinkins, Starke; A. L. Green, ,School board itself levies 10 millsfor Kate Sheppard (at piano), Mrs. Justine Pellum (violin); stage hands FOR THESE AND OTHER FUTURE
a total school levy of 19 mills in foreground are Mrs. A.'It. Norman and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. Standing AUCTIONS
Brooker; and O. J. Phillips, Law- ,at the present time. If the 8 mill
tey are unopposed for reelection levy is approved Tuesday, total behind piano are Mrs. P. T. Nolan, who provided off stage sound T'ES.0: \'. N, 1 P.M. 0<-ala. Wfc..e.. Lot. Poultry Urnming' Eql.
effects and Mrs. Cressler who directed production. All participantswere .e g. MED. :\o-. 9. 1 P.M. Orange (.ItT. Cor. Mlcfc. and Ilwy. 17nmodern -
.although voters have the millage for school purposes in thiscounty I L a. home romm. corns relot..
privilege of "writing in" any name [ could reach 20 (the maxi- teachers. WEIJ.O WFM'xnv. : \.. 9. 3 .'."; Orange (.ItT, new masonry home, 100 ft. lot
: 9, 7830
they choose. Each trustee elected mum allowed by law) etc.NO. P.M. Lake Helen, 3 n.R. borne, grounds .citrus

must come from a different school i! The three school trustees are Legion Pleased series sponsored by the Legion I \. MOV. 14. 1:30 P.M. Belleair, masonry home, eirlutlte. Gulf_
board residence district, however elected| for two-year terms. They for the past five years. Gate I Coast. choice grounds.TIES. .
re-I Oli.: 1:30 P.T.mpa, Store 2 ...-.
room. aplm. "h
Voters will also register their serve county-at-large and their With Response ceipts broke all records, and .:1). ?: 0111.- > l30 P.\.. Sarasota, Comm. bldg. 4 lit or...
approval or disapproval of the:main duty is to pass on teacher TII nls.0: \ 1I, ?:30 P.M. New Smrr", H erfro.t 4-bedroom
i hibits were better than at home.
recommended estimated levy ((8;and principal recommendations for any FBI. \O\'. IS. 1:30 P.M. lain ___
City. nldllrlIo..f'-iro
Bradford Fair
To'55 Fair in recent fii
mills) that will appear on the bal. the county schools. They also )'ears.// TfES.!' :NOV. :25, 1:30 P.M. 6 mi. High Springs ICO _\. Improved
lot. Here again, they have the have certain advisory duties in regard Profits from the event will i < ranch all tillable.
the'Bradford Fair Association to JIo\, :NOV. SM. ItfO P.Uhll' Trailer PL. Ocala. 425': I'. S.
privilege of in alternate to use of school buildings, \ .
writing an
,I Post 56 Legionnaires will meet 441 2 apt*.-laundry khonem.Tl .
mill ge. A mere majority of op I and have a say-so in the' final Monday night at 7:30 o'clock in be used for further development I 'KS.OV: .20, Ii30 P.M. Dajtoua ileach, V. S. 1-choice com in. andtourist
posing votes does not defeat the adoption of the school board's bud- of the new area. hotel.TIES
at its location i XOV. 29, 7:30 P.M. Edxenater, bldf and
their home new on I masonry : -(trocery
recommended millage, however. [Iget each year. I I Gibson announced that Post 561 eqnipmenti also masonry home.
The alternate figure wins only *f t Polls will open at 7 a.m. next the U. S. 301 fair grounds. The will cooperate with the national I TKHMM 2O% don at all AHC !OB..! balance, announced. Auction

there are more votes, for anyone Tuesday i at the regular polling log-constructed Legion home was i "Back to Church" movement, and on premises.. iciten, regarding.".>. of weather or price. Free rash and outrnir -

'I place in each of the county's eight moved from its former location I I some 40 Legionnaires plan to at I REV. ELWIN ANDERSON, Evangelist WHITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE FOLDEHSANSBROUG
precincts. on West Call St. last week to ;,tend services at the First Baptist
\V. C. T. U. j Around 2,000 freeholders ((1. e.. form the nucleous of the Post 56 Church in a body on Nov. 6. I Pastor Springfield Baptist Church Jacksonville
I registered voters who also own
I development of a combined Post 56 members will take part I
"FROM THE INSANE THIRST real estate) are qualified to vote.WA.'TED Legion home, fair grounds, and in a Veteran's Day program between Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Song Leader

PECANS community center.L. halves at the football gamin e I
DIPOSSIBLE." No quantity too large or too H. Gibson, Post 56 commander Starke on Thursday night, Nov. I Gospel Singing -- Preaching
(ANDREW CARNEGIE.) small. Cash market prices. See announced that last week's 10. Formerly designated as I
I us before selling. Dillard Keene fair was j.he most successsful ,,Armistice Day, Nov. 11 is no w' -. - I
I -
117 W. Brownlee Ph. 187. from every standpoint in the officially known as Veterans Day. I ,_ -_--_ q. '. -- _- -0- .. .._ ___-

. ,

ANN 0 U NC Ui.'M E NT.


., .
: .
> :. : :: .
:;;;....... ,:: -, ,-, ;
.' ,
.. .
.: .

: e are proud to announce that we have opened an office adjoining .

the Container t America Yard One !
new Corporation o Pulpwood --- -

mile/ South of Starke just off U. S. Highway 301. ,.. ': < .


., ,

It is our desire and intention to continue to serve the citizens of this area ../ .'.-:' -.

with honest and. sincere dealings in pulpwood and timber. > ; .

;'.; '. .. <

J ;

:: ; You are cordially invited to visit this new .type pulpwood operation and.: :

:_ our office at any time. ;-

..."1 :
,: .'-
,:: "' :: .
." ; ; J:;;"'"
: -
; 9"A .

'.., ., ......._ --EdwinW.Peclc. \ TSIF : : :"if:;" : ,; .
.. ;
J ,. :: -

". "

o :.: 1\) ;:: }

.' .
> :
< :, :, : .

". .. .
..d ;:

... .
*"*.." .- *", -

j ,_ EDWIN W. PECk -- OR-- C. F. BATEMAN .
; .
oj- .








- _
- -
- -
. -


< :

?<,: =\. i:> -' -

-. .. .".' ,:", '
.' -'.

Second Section Bradford County Telegraph

-- -
I is I I half cup flour on board. Grease!
poor. I
Your winter feed will be from I fingers.) Place dough in a greased!, WANTED: Clean Cotton Raff
No quantity too large or
clover, oats, lupine and Home Demonstration No Pants or Shirts. Bradford
hay, rye mixing bowl. Turn dough upside i!small Cash market prices. See !I
cotton seed meal. Experimentshave Notes down in bowl to grease top. Cover us before selling. Dillard Keene, I!County Telegraph.

ni proven that cattle fed only with a towel- and let dough 117 W. Brownlee. Starke.
grass produce about a 50 per cent y I
byDOROTHY stand until doubled in volume. i
calf crop. But a good majorityof ,
these cows had a calf each ROSS Press two fingers deeply into;,i
year when protein was supplied ': r Home Demonstration Agent dough. If holes remain when fin- "AMAHA FOOD PLAN"SAVE

through legume or cotton seed gers are withdrawn, the dough
meal. Be sure to supply your has probably doubled in bulk. I TIME WORK FOOD MONEY
cattle with mineral at all times. Yeast Roll DemonstrationThe for several weeks. Punch down and knead slightly.Shape .

i By Geo. T. Muggins That isn't such a difficult program program last month in J Beside plain rolls, many interesting dough as desired and placein R. A. CRAVEN, FOOD CONSULTANT
but it might result in a few Home Demonstration Clubs was
variations be made Cover and
County Agent may grease baking pans. P. 0. Box 912 Starke, FloridaOr
: ; Agricultural Extension Seri Ice J amore calves. making yeast rolls using a quick from this recipe, such as cinnamon let rise until doubled in volume.
I Watch Cocklebur Fields method. Rolls are little small Bake at 400 degrees for 15 min ContactWINTER'S
Plant Home Garden calves between 6 and 8 months old If you have a field full of breads, pretty to see, good to rolls Parker House rolls utes. Brush tops when done with
I cloverleaf rolls, crescents, swedishtea
A home garden is a mighty I I vaccinated-to prevent Bangs dis cockleburs now, you could have taste, and easy to make! i melted shortening or butter. Re- FROZEN FOOD CENTER
ring, etc. This is the recipe
good thing for the health of the. trouble next spring. The ger- The food chairmen giving the used in the demonstration! move from pan and serve at once. 4551 St. Johns Avenue Jacksonville Fla.
family and economy in the gro-I I ease.The USDA is doing all possibleto I minating seeds and young plantsare demonstration to their clubs Basic Yeast Rolls v ,4-II Day at .North Florida FairA I II
cery budget. Soil clean out this dreaded disease, very poisonous to all live- were: Mrs. Tullie Norman and( 1 package yeast, onefourthcup I judging team of four senior
important. Do not attempt to that is so costly to the livestock stock. As the plant develops it Mrs. Eldon Sapp, Heilbronn; Mrs. lukewarm water, fiveeightscup 4-H Club girls spent Saturdayat
plant on fresh-prepared soil if industry. Bangs disease is trans- gradually loses it toxicity. Robert Turner and Mrs. Louie the fair in Tallahassee. The Beautiful Parrakeets
I fat, one-half cup sugar, 2 Healthy
you turned under much vegetative mitted to the people through milk Cocklebur poisoning occurs Wainwright, State Farm; Mrs. teaspoons salt, 2 cups scalded I girls were Patricia Pellum, Vida
material. This material is good, .from the infected animals. chiefly in early spring. Hogs will Paul Dinkins Sr. and Mrs. H. C. milk 7 Jean Gentry, Marilyn Cox and
but it should be decayed before I Eradication of this disease is readily eat the young plants. Wainwright, Lawtey. Miss Ross to 2, eggs-optional.cups all-purpose flour, 1 ,Pat Hobbs. ; Billy Rose Parrakeet FarmOn

planting. You will have less disease -.important enough that a free One-half pound of the young gave the demonstration at Brooker. Sprinkle yeast over lukewarm I. The girls participated in the
and get better stand of set consumed short in- Farm and Home Contests
vaccination has been plants over a Judging
program water.
I Pour scalded milk over fat; Highway 21 Keystone Heights[
plants. up. Our own veteranarian, Dr. R. terval; will kill a 50-pound pig in I There were rolls for everyoneto when fat is melted add salt and sponsored by the Agricultural
Fertilizer should be 6-6-6 or S. Mullins, is authorized to ad- less than 24 hours. I eat with coffee and oh, the Extension Service and the North
Cool milk mixture to lukewarm
Baby birds easily trained, full of love and affection. Slake
6-8-6 formula. If soil has never minister the program in Bradfordcounty. Keep, Killing Rats aroma from the rolls baking was add Florida Fair. They judged itemsin
softened Sift,
; yeast. wonderful pets. All in full in all colors. Blues In all
been limed probably need to make request but it eight classes-poultry, quick plumage
you You may your Corn is plentiful now wonderful! measure, and add three and one-
sweeten it for better growth re to him or through this of-, earns no dividends when fed too By using two packages of half cups of flour; beat batter breads, yeast breads, various shades. Yellows, greens, and white. Also yellow-faced blues.
sponse. Two or three pounds of fice. The important thing is t I rats. Stop by our office and find yeast, rolls may be made in about smooth. If eggs are used, add 1 canned fruits canned vegetables, All raised and acclaimated to our Florida climate. Hundreds to
hydrated lime per 100 square I have your calves vaccinated. out about warfarin. We can save two hours. It you can't use all the at a time and beat into batter. clothing, study lamps and cuts of choose from. Also beautiful selection of cages.

feet gives quicker response than. Beef Management Pays you money by introducing you to dough at one time, it may be Add rest of flour, cup at a time beef.They OVER A THOUSAND BREEDERS ON HAND
forms of liming materials.A have. We were accompanied on the
other the warfarin offer we
heavier calves I stored up to a week in the re- to form dough. Turn out on lightly -
soil test can determine an accurate -J I Larger calf crop, get excellent reports all the timeon Baked trip by Mrs. F. J. Pellum and TROPICAL FISH BLACK MOLLIES'i'
productsmay floured
'at con- frigerator. yeast board and knead until
and better cow
for lime.A weaning, 'Miss Ross.
speed the results from war- Dorothy
make bigger profits. be stored in the home freezer dough is smooth. (Use about one-
for '
very good starter solution to jditions farin. Rats destroy food. Rats I
I That soon d s g nod nfifcTl't- -- it? f d.R I II
used with transplanting can be contaminate ts spread
I I is the key I I '
Your feeding
made with two level. tablespoonsof disease. Why do you keep them
your fertilizer in a gallon of i'to what you want. free of charge? Come see us ,.
water. Apply one-half to one pint. Cows that don't get enough to about warfarin. \ .
to the base of each plant when eat will loose lots of weight during Plant Rust Resistant Oats
winter. These cows will
set in the garden. Recent scattered showers will
fail to breed in the Springor
usually -
increase our planting. Our varie-
will have a calf almost every ',.. ,
example was set\ '
mighty good ties have changed several times ."- 'r, '
by Lloyd Green in having all,, his two years. A 50 per cent calf crop over past few years. Southland .: ;

has been the top variety since ,
1950 till last year. Now south-
land has fallen to rust and stem
rot. .
HUNDREDSof Floriland Sunland, and Semi- ,
nole are our three top varieties.If .
seed of these are not available,, Now
details are managed and economic- : : ;
victorgrain is next best. i ;
ally attended that only a trained and I Florida black is our best rye. eE
careful organization can attend when & 2

the urgent need for serving is at "
hand. th .; _

7 Starke Fla. M TERMITES Ii2v

.funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur GROVE SPRAYING

local funeral home enables u to otter convenience &n4 1 Florida Pest Control

services not otherwise available.we theworld's
& Chemical Co.

,F I II ,. Phone Franklin 6-6035

ruroiaa the highest type service at lowest prices, and 24 N. W. 16th Ave 0
&C'.capt ANT life Insurance policy In force, Issued by ANT Gainesville, Fla.

company, u payment In part or.In full on a funeral I Call for estimate :. ;
Consultation carries D.o.obupUon. -
most s


!5?v>S7JP"iVi Tf J>a,'>AfcTS
j famous Lflciii


\ bottle !, S x I

7Tr .. # worlds most

famous bottle by far

For the pause

that refreshes

wherever you are

KingSizeFor .

vc .C.ad YA
-r. _

",<. a bz g-size thirst

it's mighty nicer

Just right, too,

for "two with ice" ,


wA vfr.vm


Almost everyone appreciates the best. .

and now you can get it in two convenientsizes

L'rabilir Pay a /art. Security Chick Ration provides all the es. the same fine quality in both. Nothingelse y ti 6

sential nutrients the chick requires. This is your assurance of protection in the world gives you the bracing >- :. ,A, v>
against deficiency diseases. Thus Security helps you toward your goal of
having minimum loss. sparkle and bright little lift that are so. -vk '% s

foundation is a factor. Your aim is to build a sound well developed delightfully yours in ice-cold Coca-Cola. ..1... .w.< .

body equipped with good e.gg producing machinery for the time when Keep a plentiful supply of the real thing at ,
your chicks will start returning your investment in time and feed. .
Jjpme in both sizes Standardand rf :
Again, Security Chick Ration helps you do this t because it contains

the essential nutrients properly balanced and blended in a highly new King-Size. _

palatable ration.Matagement aYw +
.:;.N 6
t 0 must be efficient. Correct management applied to : w pry l

k I properly fed chicks of good breeding are the keys to future profits. .
( Well developed pullets will be the result of careful attention to these Fifty million times a dar.-.at home, at work J: Now buy cartons oj6oth

details. or on the way "There' nothing like a CokeP
y .ltl --- Standard-Six

for every home occasion.


TO YOUR FARM 1700 W. Church St., Jacksonville, Fla.ftUft..ftftCt .
"Cok," Is a regtttarsd: : trado-ma: 0 1955 THE COCA-COW COMPANY
(lo.JIn nL 1 l I

S p


c' "


n_ -

..YYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT see what we are doing. I I can hardly walk! I ventured out, grees. Folks will soon be a-grind- date of the first publication of this residence and address is: Longeron By :Marian 1.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Notice. Each claim or demand must Drive No.9, Baltimore,
fought mosquitoes until I couldn'tfight ,. ing cane, making syrup, and kill- Maryland. _- 10/28 4t HAS I 10/28 4t 11/18
Homer Smith and Leonard Sullivan be In writing and must state the You are hereby notified that a -- -
thep started back to the'house ing hogs for bacon. place of residence and post office suit for divorce NOTICE TO APPEAR NOTICE TO APPEAR
LONG BRANCH were ordained as deacons in address of the claimant and must In Circuit Court, Bradford I
has been filed against you in the County In Circuit Court Bradford County.
still into the tree We had a letter from Owen
gazing up be sworn to by the claimant, his above named Court and cause and Florldai !. Chancery Florida la Chancery
the Long Branch Church recently.We tops, looking for the squirrel. Suddenly and Iris McRae. They are fine, agent, or his attorney or it will be- you are required to serve a copy of Donald E. Rowland Plaintiff vs. Juan Mantanona Plaintiff, vs. Julia
by Sirs. J. L. StricklandfAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA to Gertie fool come void according to law your answer or pleading to the Faye Cundiff Rowland Defendant. Mantanona Defendant.
were glad see and have moved but still in
j I felt my right October 20, 1955.S mplalnt on the PlalntifsAttorney Case No. 10-1270 10-171
Faircloth able to attend services ankle stinging .. looked down, California. Their little boys, Har- ( ) Charles M. Schmitt, E. K. Ferryman. Starke. Florida Notice To AppearTo I I:Notice To AppearTo Case
Administrator of the Estate of and file the original In the officeof : Faye Cundiff Rowland, whose
We missed Faye English and again after being so sick. and saw them covered with black ley and Gary, are riding the bus Walter Fleischmann, deceased. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on residence is Agency, Iowa, and : Julia and address Mantanona is: ,29 whose Mayo residence St.-,
ants, most of them standing on to school this term and like it First Publication on October 28, or before the whose address is: Box 112, Agency, Boston, Massachusetts.You .
Gertie Faircloth from Sunday Earnie Padgett has bought and 1955 28 day of November, 1955; Iowa. :
vented'a fine. are hereby notified that a suit
their heads! IiI new
moved a small house for "Aunt 10/28 4t 11/18 otherwise the allegations of sail You are hereby notified that a I for divorce
School and church services last dance then-suppose it will Complaint will be taken as confessed suit for
Babe" to live in so she can be by you. Divorcehas has been filed against you in the
Sunday. Both were on the sick than have to be called the "ant hop," 1YTvv/YYYPYY/yyvYYYYYi NOTICE TO APPEAR This notice shall be publishedonce above named Court and cause and
closer to him and Yougan been filed against In the
IB Circuit Court Bradford you
County of
you are required to serve a copy
list, and Faye's baby was also for I did some tall hopping in each week for four consecutive above named Court and and
she has been for some time. The Florida IB Chancery. weeks in the BRADFORD COUNTY cause your answer or pleading to the
sick. spite of my lame condition. Soon BAYLESS HMAY\ John P. Poole, Plaintiff, vs. Laura TELEGRAPH.Dated you are required to serve a copy of complaint on the Plalntlfr Attorney
house is close to where Earnie Rena Mae Poole, Defendant this 22 day of Oct., 1955. your answer or pleading to the com Louis T. Ransom 116 Professional
Grace Lang Spent a few daysin and Irene are building their house shook all the ants off, but the Case No. 10-1261 (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby plaint OB .the Plaintiff Attorney futtdtar, Jacksonville J. Florida
still there Vetlee To A",".,. Clerk'' ot the Louts T \ta.uom.U Totessl-m- and me the original la the office
Tampa visiting'her 1>brother etftig( And hurt was By Anna Ruth CrosbytAAAAAAAAAAAAAlAAAAAAAAA Circuit Court
Godwin tn. this section al Building, Jacksonville 2, Fla.
Denver was To: Laura. Rena Mae Poole, whose By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Clyde Pad(ettl who if in the hospital last\ week buying pecans.-I and big whelp were on my foot residence and address Is: Route 2,j I l /28 4t nns the and tile Clerk the original In the office of 'or before the !S day of November,
of the Circuit Court
Clinton, North Carolina. 1955; otherwise the allegation
She returned hone Sunday Said he bought $600( worth the When Sidney the mailman came J0Z are Hereby notified that I NOTICE TO APPEAR or before the tS day of November. said Complaint will be taken as

and says Clyde Is getting along day before he came to see us. with the Telegraph last Week, We extend our sympathy to the suit forDivorce IB Circuit Court, Bradford County, said 1955; Complaint otherwise will the allegations be taken u of confessed This notice by you.shall be publishedonce

very well, but will be in the hos- .Our'daughter, Minnie Lee Gurr, there was the picture of Fred and family of Mrs. Sally Kelly, who has been filed against you tn -the I Frank Florldai Leroy In Chancery.Mitchell, Plaintiff. \confessed by you each week for four consecutive
Daisy Lang with their champion passed last week. She was This notice shall b. publishedonce weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
pital a few days yet and two sons came from Jackson- away above named Court and cause and Mary Ella :Mitchell, Defendant. graph.
sweet potato and the request thatI the stepmother of Mrs. C. C. you are required to serve a copy of i Case No. 10-1268 each week for five consecu- October, ! The Clay Hill Sunday Schoolis ville to spend the day with us your answer or pleading to the com Notice To Appear tive weeks In the Bradford County Dated this 2 6 day of
bring a to go with the Crosby and lived in community the Plaintiff's Telegraph. (Official Seal) Darby
possum our plaint on AttorneyJ. To ofhthesCirc
to return I : Mary Ella Mitchell,
Minnie expected whose Couvi
improving right along. At- recently. Dated this 26 day of Oct. 1955. Clerk
Donald 100 Smith ,
Gibson Bldg.
'tater. Well, Jim set some trapsto before moving to Johnstown. residence and address is: 66 School Herk
(OFFICIAL SEAL By Marian L Crosby
tendance last Sunday was 34, to work again last Mondayfor Jacksonville, Floridatnd Road, Eiltmore. North Carolina. ) Charles A. Darby 11.14t t' 13That's
since her see if he could catch said pos Russell Crosby and Don New- file the original In the office You are hereby notified Clerk of the Circuit Court
time I that
with < one hundred cent the first opera- a
2Elr per
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
sum, as I am not able to go out man spent from Thursday to I suit for divorce
members, and a grade of 82. or before the 28 day of Nov.. 1355; -
tion.As and hunt the critters in has been filed against you In the
the anymoreand Monday Tuscaloosa, Ala. otherwise the allegations of said
we were returning from bove named Court and cause and
There was large congregation Complaint will be taken as confessed -
a they just won't be kind The people of Bayless you are required to
singing Saturday night we saw a young by you. serve a copy of Our BusinessIf
Sunday night with quite a few learnedit enough to come and knock on Hiway Church enjoyed an apple- This notice rciii T>e publishedonce your answer or pleading to the com-
from Oak Grove Black car in the ditch and later each week for four consecutive plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney III!
people We Have
dare to shoot Smith It's Glass -
belonged to L. J. Padgett. We the door and me bobbing at the home of Jimmy weeks in the Bradford County Tele- & Aitell 216 American National -
r Pond, and Middleburg worshipping hurt them. In a few minutes Nicky, Crosby last Saturday night. rapb. 7,Bank Building Jacksonville CALL WRITE or VISIT
with If want hear did not learn if anyone was Dated this 26 day of Oct., 1955. Floridaand
us. you to dog, came to see if he Mrs. H. B. and children file the original in the
the roador Faye's up Kelly SEAL Charles office of I
off OFFICIAL ) A.Darby
good quartettes, as,,well as group when, the car ran could start an argument with our were in Jacksonville one day last ( Clerk of the Circuit Court before the Clerk the of the Circuit Court on or I'i I Joe Peters Glass Co.
to Hill not. :Marian L. Deputy Clerk.
singing, just come Clay Invents dogs. Jim chased him home, he week. By Crosby 10/23 4t 11/18 28 day of November, 1955; i I
Church on Sunday nights. Two Mrs. Strickland thought, and then I heard Nicky Mrs. Floyd and Mrs.J. otherwise the allegations of said I
New Dance Called 'Ant flop'Had Crosby APPEAHIn Complaint will be taken as confessed '! FOR ANY GLASS NEED
members J. L. and Bessie NOTICE TO
new a, little excitement at our yelling for dear life. I told Jim R. Kelly and son of Starke Circuit Court, Bradford County, This by notice you. shall We Design Modern Store Fronts
Strickland in under the be I
came that :Nicky must be in the trap, (were business visitors in Gainesville i Florldai la Chancery published
once each week
squirrel for four
First fOl"Table
house last Friday. a consecutive Just Mail Us A Pattern
Sara Tucci
watch care of the church until Egidio Tucci, Plaintiff, vs. weeks I
dvv11the lane and in the Bradford
-went ,
chattering in the woods so we last Tuesday afternoon. Defendant. Case No. 10-1275 graph County. Tele Tops
their letters can be obtained from sure enough, there he was- Miss Mary Alyce Crosby of .Notice To AppearTo Dated this 25
the dogs day of Oct. 1955. I
Long Branch Church. We are behind the house hard and to go with caught hard and fast. Meantime, Jacksonville spent last weekend I and :address Sara Tucci is: 44-1043, whose Eva residence Peron, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 24353

trying to put on a building program begged me to decided to try, Jim had caught some of Sidney with the Floyd Crosbys.The Prcia, Brenos Aires, Argentine Clerk of the Circuit Court
to add classrooms which are them that I finally You are hereby notified that a
Harris' hogs in a trap pen and Gold Rush of
crippled so badly party Bayless suit for divorce
if I am ..
needed very much so come and even Sidney and- two other men, uaueyButler : -- Hiway Church was held last Tues- has been filed against you In the
above named Court and cause and
and Buddy Dees, came to day night at the home of Mrs. you are required to serve a copy of

get the big hog that was shut up, Jimmy Crosby. your complaint answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading to the VISIT CALL WRITE

and Sidney got his wrist cut on We are glad that Aunt Missie Attorney T. Frank Landrum,

the hog's hoof! Sapp is feeling better. Starke Florida.
POUNDS and file the original In the office
WANTED .- MILLION Well, the traps have been set Young People's Meeting each of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on MARION FINANCE COMPANY INC-
before the
night and still no possum. Saturday 7:30 Other or
every p. m. serv- 28 day of November, 1D55; ,
But if the order had been for a ices at regular time. otherwise the allegations of said

coon, it could have been filled fessed Complaint by yjsu.will be taken as con P. O. Box 446 .. GAINESVILLE .
Monday morning, for there was a This notice stall be published
in the Seems once each week for four consecutive
big fat one trap. In The County Judge's Court In weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
PECANSHIGHEST that no one wants coon with And For Bradford County, Florida graph. 218 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE
I IB Probate. I Dated this 26 day of Oct., 1955.
afraid Mr.
'taters, though, so I'm IN RE: The Estate of (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby PHONE FR-6.5333 COLLECT
Matthews will have to order the WALTER FLEISCHMANX. Clerk of the Circuit Court
from someone else, as I Deceased. By Marian_L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
NOTICE TO CHEDITORS 10/28 4t 11/18
can't go hunting any more. May- All creditors of the Estate of
be Meddler, the cat will be kind Walter Flelschmann, deceased, are NOTICE TO APPEAR
hereby notified and required to file IB Circuit Court, Bradford County
enough to hunt the possum for any claims or demands which they Florida IB Chancery $25.00 LOANS S $300.00
him. One day Fluffy, the other may have against said estate in the Morris E. Norman, Plaintiff, vs.
MARKET PRICESNo office of the County Judge of Bard- Shirley Mae Norman, Defendant.
cat, had a squirrel treed in one ford County Florida, .In the Court- Case No. 10-1265
trees here in the house at Starke Florida, within Notice T* Appears
> of the pecan I eight calendar months from the To: Shirley Mae Norman, whose -

vard.. and I got that squirrel! ---- ___ ___ __ __ _____ ___ ______ _____ _______ _uu___ _____
Then Sundry morning when Jim I
was feeding the chickens, he said .
Quantity Meddler was watching somethingin

After another he came one of in the the pecan house trees., he I I _
Small Try Something Terrific Today
saw her dash up the tree and I

catch something, then run withit

to the back porch. I went to

SEE US BEFORE SELLING see that it was, and found a big

flying squirrel. So you see, the '

cats are trying to help me out

with maybe this someone hunting else business.can supply So It; tr* The Fabulous 56

this possum to the editor. Afterall : w

DILLARD KEENE I shouldn't be expected to do !,

all the hunting in this neck of I p :: ..

117 W. BROWNLEE (Former 10th St.) the woods. i II.L., ..... #' '

PHONE 187 ........................ .

I", '.;.e... ," .

Starke, Fla. PINE LEVEL to ,.. ..--.'
:f t." .'

.. .
'V' 'I I '" -' ... .. ..' "' -'
hy Mrg. II. M. MeltuetAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I .. ",--'... -' :_ '" ,."- :: x '.' ::C.w.F.
: .
.," w.
Ai ITEflWJ1 i .

For A F-A-S-T-E-R Rev. and Mrs. E. R. Bowers of ." <. -'.., ,' . ,.. ..... ...

Hollywood spent Friday night .
with Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall .... ". -' -

AND CHEAPER after they had all attended the .. .. -.
Baptist Fellowship meeting at "

Buford Grove Baptist Church at '-' .

Hot Water Billiard.Mrs. Alice Crosby and her sis-
ter, Mrs. Roberta Lamb of Tam- ?aaoA

pa, and their brother, H. P. FoutsOf I Lii/- _
.. '
Lakeland, visited their broth- r. T

G-o G-a-s er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.

H. H. Lewis, Sunday afternoon.Mr. .

and Mrs. W. C. Conner and

daughter, Yvonne, spent last Sun- t.

day at Brooker with Mr. and

I Mrs. Bishop Thomas and family. 1

We are glad to know that Mr.

Thomas is improving after suf-

rc24' fering with pneumonia in Alachua

\ General Hospital. "'
Mrs. Winnie, Cone of Starke

I visited the H. M. McRaes last I I :. a sb f r r"wr.w.T.W w

r..T" Friday afternoon. I

,. Ja vl. :Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas ,
I y. and children of Brooker were I aws oe s.
I" {::?
't v.Jgotif guests of Mr. and -Mrs. E. C. ,

hs Lewis last Friday., ,',' -

Mrs. Wesley Hersey. and Red :;:'

Parnell and son of Jacksonville and Vital A new Strato-Flight Hydra. Iatic-coupled
Introducing a Big
visited Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Con- -
with Pontiac's 227HP. Strato-Streak V-8-
ner Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .

f. Loca Lewis and soninlawand _._,_ results in performance so new and dramatic
PLI II daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. General Motors 'Automotive First! '

/.. Larimore of Bethel, spent Friday; it must be experienced to be believed!
with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis.

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hall of

Waldo were recent guests of the '

The Perfection GAS the McRaes on Sunday were Mr.

and Mrs. Clyde Hugey and son You'll discover you've entered a joyous new Pick yourself a hill and feel it disappear And as to style-Pontiac is again the -

Heater Offers You I of Gainesville, Miss Kathy My- era of motoring when the lure of Pontiac's right under yourwheels. Merely decide to most smartly distinctive car on the road-" '

Hot Water rick of Starke, and Mr. and Mrs glamorous new style-of-tomorrow gets you pass that car ahead-and you've done it! the one car that marks you as one who '
B. M. McRae and son, Lynn.I .
"behind the wheelPerformance Here's performance that's surely destined knows the best when he sees it.

More Hot Water FASTER who can't attended name the all Homecoming our old friends at is so incredibly agile, so to "pull the props" from under wellSo come in today and drive this fabulous

amazingly responsive that if it weren't for established record holders.
Pine Level Baptist Church, but car."Sure as you love glamour-sure as you,

More Hot Water CHEAPER it was a glorious day, and we Pontiac's long wheelbase, size and comfort, But performance is only part of the love "go"-you'll go Pontiac in '56!

hope to live to meet them all you'd swear you were driving a new fabulous Pontiac story for ."4 ___.,.,iMe.

Constant ServiceThat again next year. advance in sports cars. '56. Everything about it

Lightning And Storms Won't Affect. If :you want a real good pen. Touch the accelerator, feather light, and brings a thrill! THUI NEW 4-DOO CATALINAS

just call at the Bradford County that great General Motors "First"-silken- There's a new ride, new Now-Catalina styling with four

0 Completely Automatic Telegraph and buy an Esterbrook.I smooth Strato-Flight Hydra-matic-teams handling ease, new luxury j series door comfort all three Pontiac
-plus new
surely enjoy using mine. up with Pontiac's wholly new 227horseinteriorS, and the greatest Catalinas in each line!America't
Five Year Warranty With Heater We were sorry to of the
hear power Strato-Streak V-8 engine to unleash safety ever engineered into most beautiful selection of hardtops .
passing of Mrs. Sally Kelly and in every price range!
the greatest "go" on wheels! an automobile.SimpsonUrquhart.
wish to express our symapthy to
AU For (P /)/) Down With Small Pay. the bereaved ones.
90'Utf ments of $1.00 A Week '
Only Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner of ii

Starke visited the H. M. McRaeson Pontiac

SLADE GAS COMPANYStarke Wednesday of last week.I .

always liked cold weather, so

Fla. we are having some now. The SO. WALNUT ST. STARKE, FLA. PHONE 132
temperature is down to 44 de-









Soil N-E-W-S By Conservation Bill Haas o Football Came Friday ::

Soil Conservation Service '. .. .; I!,

Zedra Hamilton, a Bradford ,,.. .- .- I I'J':
Soil Conservation District Supervisor : i,i
? ; '
ls recovering from his accident -
just fine but it will be ',

up several The and office around.weeks of before the Bradford he will Soil be '! y FRIDAY i N 0 NOVEMBEft E TORNADOES E s Ii;

Conservation District and The '
trJ I'!
Farm Forester have moved to -
their new location on 106 S.
Thompson Street over Walls Insurance VS. III
8-00 M :
Agency. The office will : .
be opened Monday through Friday :. ,''j
and the telephone number :. t ,I
will be the same, 152.

Howard Douglas used the Dis- "T-- a SEABIEEZE E E E E:1.//:1:
trict's seeder cultipacker to plant .
Pensacola bahia grass seed. lIe : 7\"T Ij
had already planted oats and he S. I I,
is over-seeding with bahia. How- \
ard told Jessie Newsome that he II
tried every way he could to plant
bahia but the only way he could :: BIIADFORIJt : I
get a good stand is with a culti -
packer. By using a cultipackeryou ,
get an even coverage of seed I .. .- .... ...
and the ground' is packed lightlyto r .
hold in the moisture which .
gives the seed a chance to grow.H. '

B. Hinson, B. Emanuel and PARK : ( ADMISSION :
Seeber Forsythe used the District 1
grain drill to plant oats and '
winter cover crops. Henry planted I
sweet lupine for his hogs and Adults $1.00 School
: : -- High Students 50c
he also planted blue lupine for a :' ,
land builder. Eldon Sapp plantedthe ,. ,
sweet lupine for Emanuel, .. ; ,._- .
who is going to use it for winter : Elementary School Students 25c

pasture for his cows. .

Don Martin used the District's ----.-.-.-.-.-.--.-.- -.....- "'-'-'-'-.'-.-'-':" -'-'-";. --.-.- -,...-.-.-.-._.-.-.-.-.-,-,-.-.:,,-.-.-.-.-._._-* .. ..!iP1 -
rotocycle mower to mow down '
the weeds on his pastures so 1 I
that the clover could get more Home Games I' Out Of Town Games

light to grow.

While at Program the-Agriculture meeting Conservation the- September 23 .. Monticello 0 .. Starke 7 I September 16 Macclenny 0 .- Starke 20

other day the discussion got I October 7.. P.K.Yonge7Starkel9Open
around to insects that are killinga October 1.. Palatka 13Starke 6
lot of pine trees during the October 14 ..
dry spell. Don Champion, the I
Farm Forester for Bradford Coun- November 4 Seabreeze In Starke October 21 .. Lake City 32 Starke 12 jjJ1'
ty that the Insects are in-
says I I I
should creasing do in all number we can and to stop that the we \ November 10 .. Ketterlinus In StarkeFernandina I i October 28 Perry 0.. Starke 20 I

spread of bugs. I I November 18 .. Green Cove Green Cove
There are some changes madein November 23.. Bea In Starke I tlIII
the program and it will pay -

you to check with Mrs. Sapp be- L,.._. .-.-.''. '''-._. .-. ._._,_,_,_,_,_,_,_,_, -- 1956 -
fore you plant your conservation Iilll
program. III ,

FILL DIRT Best Wishes to the Team Mow 'Em Down, Tornadoes Support the Tornadoes with your presence

GOOD RICH Seymours, '66' Service Station I Conner Insurance AgencyGo Herb's Drive InnA


Get 'Em, TornadoesSUWANNEE Good Team Like the W
Bring Home the Bacon, Boys! Tornadoes


Jackson Transfer Company CECIL DOUGLAS, Manager Western Auto Associate Store I

Phone 165 .
I Compliments Of
Support the Tornadoes with
your presence Let's
Support the TornadoesR.
Starke Hardware Co.
R. B. Alvarez D. Reddish! & Son

Support the Tornadoes with your presence Best Wishes to the Team
Everybody Out For Tonight's Game!
Hardy Brothers Motor Co. : Andrews Motor Co.
Warren's Shell StationBest
PHONE 218 ,

Best Wishes Of Support the Tornadoes with
your presence
C. H. Driggers> Furniture Co. Wishes Of Thomas Truck TerminalD.

FLOWERSFor Doyle ,The CleanerYour M. (Mallette) Hale

All Occasions Compliments Of
Clothes Best Friend

DISH GARDENS Starke Builders Supply # Best Wishes From
Best Wishes to the Team Denmark Furniture Co. I
Charley E. Johns & Son
Flowers 'WiredAnywhere We're Proud To Be Tornado Boosters!-' Agency

.. The House Of Fine DiamondsStarke's
Nona St. Starke
Compliments Of
Leading Jewelry
Come on out and boost our team ,
New Method CleanersBest '

Best Wishes TeamBrownlee&Chasteen

FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S At The Best, Forget The Rest j Wishes To The Team ,

JUST ONE Faulkners Service StationBest .
Let's Fill the Stands for Tonight's GameS
FRIGIDAIREMade Compliments Of
only by General R. Johns' GroceryBest '
Motors Corp. All other Wishes Team : Hart Furniture Co. '. .

Electric Refrigerators are I The Farmers Supply .
made by other companies
and cannot use the word Wishes From
Frigidaire. Best Wishes Of
1 Barksdale's Dept. Store Onward Tornadoes! '
Conways Service Station -

Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE s. G. "Gib" Browns. Service Station. UNION-BUS STATION
? ?
Be present tonight to cheer our boys to
VictorySimpsonUrquhart Best Wishes From
: Best Wishes Team '
E. H. SMITHTenth
Pontiac Brown Cafe
Farm, Home & Auto Supply]
aad Temple Ave.

Starke, Fla. I

1 ... -




. -



-,0' ."', '.
.. ','::'' ;,. :: : "" -> .' ", 'J fl./ -:'-' .. r



NOVEMBER 4, 1953
f.yyyyyyyyyyy nvvnvl expected raise the first of next Sgt. Stokes Is Mrs. Roberts'
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Case No. 10-1245 Maine. Bradford County Telegraph shall ber 8, 1955.
year will coincide with the new brother. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Order of Publlcatiom and Notice to You are required to appear on publish this Order in next four Clerk of the Circuit Court
HAMPTON minimum hourly wage law raise, were visitors at Green Cove Notice Is hereby given that the Appears State of Florida i November 14, 1955. in the above weekly issues. By Marian L Crosby Deputy Clerk
nder lgned. under the provisions of To: Richard P. Harvey whose resIdence named Court and cause wherein \Vithness my hand and official Chas. R. Hess 201 Guaranty UftDldg.
which will entail higher costs for Springs Saturday.Mr. Chapter 29.953 Laws of Florida, Acts and address is: c/o Bates plaintiff seeks divorce and return of seal at Starke. Florida this Octo- .. Jacksonville, Florida
I pipe, he said.T and Mrs. James Broome I f 1911, will register with the Clerkof Manufacturing Company, Saco personal property. OFFICIAL SEAL) Char!.. A.Darby Attys. for Ptf. 19'14 4t U/4
By Sirs. D. E. II111Hampton laying the Circuit Court In and for .
U Class Holds and family of Orlando were week- Bradford County. State of Florida
AAAA AAAAAAAAAAA upon receipt of proof of publication -
Halloween Party end guests of the Dan Johnsonsand of this notice the fictitious .
Water Tower Members of the Junior Girls' other relatives. name of Moench Electrical Service
& Contracting under which I
am -
Gets A New; Look" I I Pass of Hampton Baptist Church Mrs. Horace Douglas of High in business at 125 Vf. -

Hampton is sporting a new steel Training Union were hostesses Springs was a weekend guest at I Washington Earle Raymond Ave.,Moench Starke Fla.125V.. :

water storage tank this week its i I Monday evening to the JuniorBoys' the home of her sister, Mrs. Jes- Washington Ave.. Starke, Fla., sole .

orange paint gleaming on the tower Class for a supper and Hal- sie Chastain.Mr. owner.Dated this 21st day of October, I
at the church. and Mrs. Frank Williamsand A.D., ,
in true Halloween spirit. loween party 1955 at Starke. Fla.
Y kj tt Blut Chip vakt
eat (0
The new 8.000 gallon capacity Games and a scavenger hunt family were weekend visitorsin 10/21 4t 11/11

tank replaces the old wooden one,,. were featured following the sup- Orlando last week. ra Circuit Cawrt. Bradford.. Co..ty,

in use for the last 15 years, M. per. Assisting the teacher of the Work was completed last weekon Rena Florida Jean I. Chaster Harvey, Plaintiff, vs. 1111
L. Watterson, owner of the class, Mrs. D. E. Hill, was Miss a shelter for the church bus Richard P. Harvey, Defendant.CHARLEY .

Hampton water works, said this Betty Durling. on the grounds of Hampton Bap- --
week. Capacity of the old tank Golden Wedding tist Church. The bus was recently

was 6,000 gallons, so the steel Mrs. George Williams will hold given a new coat of paint by more
tank will store one-third more open house Sunday afternoon, church worker, and the shelteris vvny pay

water for city use. Nov. 6, in honor of her parents', to help preserve the.paint from
Hampton Elementary School Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins 50th sun and rain deterioration.

closed Thursday while the old wedding anniversary. All neighbors Peggy and Gary Lucas of Max-

tank was taken from the tower and friends are invited to ville were overnight guests Sat

and the new one set up, as water visit during the, afternoon. urday of Cliff Slade, son of Mr.
facilities had to be cut off a Mr. and Mrs. George Cotmanof and Mrs. Avory Slade Cliff attended -

good part of the day. Ocala visited last week in the PTA Carnival in Max-
When asked if water rates Hampton with Mrs. Jessie Chas- ville Saturday evening, and the for less ?

would be going up, Mr. Watterson I'tain.Mr. Lucas children returned to Hampton .
stated that he expected to and Mrs R. C. Gray and with him. .1.

raise the $1.50 rate to $1.75 in daughters of Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Allen and Y : V

January 1956, while the $2 rate dinner guests Thursday at .the J. children, David and Cordelia,

will remain the same. He pointedout W. Horne home. were in Columbus, Ga. last weekto t ... .... .
.. .
that since 1911 water chargesin Sgt and Mrs. Earl Stokes of visit Mrs. Allen's brother who ...,.... "...A.".
Hampton have been raised only Ft. Riley, Kans. arrived this week was discharged from the Army E. JOHNS & SON "

25 cents, while other costs have I for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. h3! week, and has now returned about this question Now the all-new Blue Chip CMC .
skyrocketed in comparison. The G. L. Roberts of Highway 301. home to Oklahoma.
trucks underpnce competition- .
I I Who started this Davy Croc- .
1 I kett stuff! The kids are run and still lead in years-ahead *4 }

t' U!LO A T AR GE HINTS TOHOUSEWIVES i I ning b'ars, and around they've tomahawking got Mon's features and styling.
0 No QOJr o good fur coat beaten to a ? '
for less
eJ pulp. Some fur coat insurance Why pay more '.
rot WINTER. would be a blessing about now. See us today'. ..
V .
Cookies For The .
Baby Would it have "" > '
UE CAW \ / Little cookies, tailored to the $5 or $10? cost only about <': ti&&. ;':: .: :s.,.>1

\ needs of the baby who, is cutting

START Asow teeth may be be made at home "
successfully, the Missouri Experi .
/ ment Station suggests. Missouri Charley E. Johns See us, too, for Triph-Chtcked used Woks
"teething cookies" feature ingre-

l G'l are dients iron and non-crumbling that protein provide the nutrients baby and needs firm like; & Son Agency SIMPSON URQUHART PONTIACSOUTH

enough to help in cutting teeth; Phone 13 Starke, Fla.
Q and are small in size for the baby's WALNUT ST. PHONE 132 STARKE, FLA. _
convenience. AAA A A AA AA"A"A"A"""""A""" .

Here's a Missouri recipe that
makes 50 2-inch teething cookies
and includes egg yolk and molasses. -
LOERS Ingredients: 2 tablespoons .
f SERVICE shorteing; 2 tablespoons brown . . .
. .
. .
2 # . .
sugar; tablespoons molasses . .
BUILDERSSUPPUE (medium dark); 1 egg yolk slightly .:.:.:.:.:.. .;.:......... .. .. ... .............
beaten; 1 teaspoon vanilla; 1 r . . . . .
cup minus 2 tablespoons sifted en- . . I.
ip IAptc . . . . .
: riched flour; 1-4 teaspoon salt; 1 . . . .
1-2 teaspoons double-acting baking 111 . . .
: . . .
powder. ;, . 1 .'. .
. . .
To make: Either cream the .
r . . .
shortening and sugar together or ';' 1 . 1 1 . '
melt the fat .: I I x
and I
.1 add the sugar. . .
Add molasses and egg. Stir in :: ....... .
I vanilla. Sift together the dry in-
easy gredients and mix into the sugar C.
I mixture. Roll to 1-4 inch thick-
ness. Cut into rectangular pieces t. e-
as about 1 by 1 1-2 inches. (This -

saves rerolling dough and makes a i

the size handy for the baby.) Place 1. .
on' an ungreased cookie sheet. > :

u I0o, Bake in a moderate oven ((350 F) .;; d1.
C for 15 .. ".':.'.:".::.:( .,,'p:: ;; ;: :''
to 20 minutes or until lightly ,.::>>:,*'>: -' : > <""
PHONE browned. -> .:*'Nit,9'; $ 0\.... ,.
:"A<<''>':<'' :< Goon
This recipe makes a stiff doughto t1

roll and make immediately or -
tc store in the refrigerator or /, Jft1'1 ;\
Many of our depositors find banking by freezer to slice and bake at moth- t

mail as easy as using the telephone. Even I er's convenience.If .

though they live only a short distance the egg baby's, here is diet a does recipe not made include \\k\ V\\\ w GASO'Jw
\ "
from the bank, they may prefer to use with molasses and no egg. Ingre- % ,
ink and stamps, instead of shoe leather, : 2 tablespoons shortening, ; t >>
2 tablespoons brown sugar; 2
to transact their business with us. tablespoons molasses; 1 teaspoon J i\i9\

1 vanilla; 1 tablespoon milk; 1 cup \
We shall be glad to furnish you bithsupplies minus 2 tablespoons sifted en- t. .Jt

riched flour; 1-4 teaspoon salt 1 r \
and full information to make it easy ; : Y">':" "
.. 1-2 teaspoon baking powder. To % ,.>' : ',.
: wPt.l: *
for >ou to bank by mail. Call us, or write.l make: Use directions for recipe ":>1 p.. .::'...)- "f>,. :y.i'
;?..W.. ; _.$ .:..>>-
above. ,. < \ \ I I .


BANK at STARKE OXE-FOR-ALL Ball Point Pen :" "' ."' '>" '
.'; \
r=: Refills. Fits any pen. 49c Bradford / .
1 ,;
County Telegraph. ::::::: >;
I ; : .Jt;. l. ;, ,
Member Florida National Group : '

I i I e. . . J. .'-',:':, . .'. .. -
: : : : : : : : : : "Is '. ". f
. . 'A ':-:$:: . ,
. :::: '
1 1 -
u 1 I . : ,<> .
.- I . .I I7/AA <,4; :
. A7f TO'. ..'s ..I .
. . v .. '
l" .. ... .
. : .
. 1 Wt' } . .
I . / -V1)6' I .
I () J; )
. \. ll 'l./y
.- \. 'JII '
I Oft" j.

cJ ;: .. _"-...A".'.
.I' .'. .
WINTER SPECIAL I '.....Y.:' ;- .
::''''::: :


. I /II
1. . e

355HEATER C . S . r
29-95 "Tell her you just bought a new . . . 1. . "
RCA television set from CHAS. A Ie.. . . . rt'
INSTALL HEATER 4.50 C. SHEPHERD .1 guarantee . . . . .
she'll be feeling fine in no time . . . . YtiJI r!'. '
. _

TOTAL PRICE 37.70 at .

a1L"K ... ,.
.'.. .-.d
,, "' '

SPECIAL ONLY 29"Add tlPl. w J .. '-. r

$1.95 For 12 Volt Systems

YOU SAVE 7.75-BUY TODAY! .. ../ .".
ij::; f' :;.r: ...:,: ::=::"' $:;. -'-, > ." '.: ?f.7r. t=., .....
.0' <

Cars and Trucks ... All Makes '"-- a '..'.:.:.;.:.<:..;>;LONGEST. .; ."..,.. ,.MILEAGEEVER. '....:.. .................. .....,:. :.'. :.' <,....'.. E. !11f1VI.lUJ;r':>""<"i- "I:

1 I I 4 . . : S .A. I 1 S -x. '.. .<:.' . *
All Models 1 I . a . . . 1 1 I 1 . . . p .


PHONE 69 STARKE, FLA. I / PHONE 155 FLA..rte .

-' -
<>- '. -- --- ':'_ .- -- --..;.;. ."":' :> _._-. .... /