Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 11, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Proposed Turnpike Route Follows Clay Bradford Line

I Map Shows Interchange Three Miles East Of Starke change wise, In, releasing that in plans.would the necessitate map to the a I future.some handle serious it"You all planning down couldn't;your begin for main the to

Telegraph, Alsop emphasized that street," he said.

PATH APPEARS TO PASS THROUGH -: .- K p- .... n... "'. '7' 1" -. As presently planned, the Florida Turnpike will slice the proposed route is simply apart I' Alsop said that Starke is in avery
.":'11I ;-, I: ::7'v .\; ( straight down the Bradford-Clay County line to a point three of a "feasibility report" to
: c \ miles east of Starke, thence curving be submitted around the first of strategic position in relation
MINING AREA slightly to the west intersecting
HIGHLANDS -I- ; I. g Highway 100 near Theressa, and swinging east-- the year to determine whether or to the Turnpike and that "in ten
not the "
W toll road will be practical years or so, It conceivable
\ ) ward'again around Lake Santa Fe to the vicinity of Melrose.
a A" k t R C: 0 U NT' to build. "There is nothing positive that this locality might be thestarting

__ 7' III ;\ Ti.. .( Most important of all to Starke about anything yet even point for the Georgia

'- vfC ... \ and vicinity the map, as released'IAuthOrity member in that district, that the Turnpike will be built," and Alabama legs.Opposes .
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i f' ..I.I ... y7.f'j this week by member of the]said "There is nothing secret the Authority member said. Change
t 10 Turnpike Authority to the Tele., Starke
<: J about the proposedHighway Turnpike StrategicHowever Any change in the disputed

; ,. ;.\>..-.w. WRs. lt:: ;... graph, shows an interchange on I route." He confirmed the fact. if the plans do go northern terminus would not affect -
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:: :: '' r" hC 'IUIV .r \-': .. ..IT'' through, Alsop said that the now- I the route through Bradford
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..- < '.- J _'l'. \ _--r \ -". -' county survey .favored route, with an interchange County, Alsop said. He predicted
.-> 1, L, .. .. miles east of Call Street.served along the county line east
,' 'fr- ,rt' ). i east of here, will be
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/\1 :\ J Rumors Confirmed of here that the Authority had dous
::'. : significance" to Starke. He be made, and himself
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; :-\ .) I /1 rumors that have been rife herein of the route through his area to here present streets as personally opposed to tying; in
: would be
.. : 1-1) ...!. .. ir: ( { Y recent weeks determine I totally inadequate with the Jacksonville expressway.
the "feasibility. He said
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J ,/ .. v'. ..,. turnpike route through this area. the survey disclosed no unfavor the Turnpike from Highways 301 I there.

; ( (' \). "\ 1- / -1 .....>..j Vi. .T\/ William T. Alsop of Ocala able factors, geological or other- 100, and 16, and would necessitate'' Continued on Page StBRADFORDN

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BRADFORDCOUNTY I : ;,1 ;- \ -., .. EY 7said TAJ closed by a barricade. | l ..- .if'..., | :director The of the enterprise.
I go-ahead signal was received -

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-" E' 'i ... V. \ 11 ;> '? seconded by Commissioner Jessie I '" reserve to safeguard member
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1 a, ", t.. I. JL / ...,:n. "T -/ /-......-........ "" .. road under question leads shown Tuesday whiling away the time between votes with a game of I is will be named will be capitalized
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I Ir r of the slowest elections held in Bradford County. at 100.0QO with $40,000
= checkers in one ever sur
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lm :: : I Out of some 2,000 freeholders who were qualified to \vote only 145 profits.
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actually went to the polls in Tuesday's School Trustee" and niillage Slate,Senator Charley E. Johns

"Wt"'e had lots of '-bltOrs,1o : ---.:--- ,.-; .. ; ..'. ":', ....... 'J7, recent meeting H. A.of Bishop the
E. S. Beebe plant superintendent -. -::70 :,-- / (I \\1 e Chairman that he was, strongly against the: the election at around $300, or about $2 per vote. William S. Terry, who has over 35

of Humphreys Gold f. .- .::= :.'fi !i-i. 1 Q shutting out of the public from i) Lack of Interest stemmed from the fact that the three incumbent years of banking experience, has
Mine, I been
Corporation's Highland =- .. the use of lakes within the coun- trustees L F. Dinkins, A. L Green, and O. J. Phillips were unopposed tentatively appointed cashier.
"hen (queried by The Telegraph ::..._ _-- I -= -, Named to the board of directors
.. '- In their bid for lecnn. When the votes tallied,
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yefcterdajv-roaeeniing the apparent > \ ; jJ addition to Knight and Johns
; c :. I Green came with 128 Dinkins polled 129, and Phillips ISO Mt&
'florida- i:: 7--Lw: : 'I l :. Owners of adjoining property up
path 'of the proposed : 't .. w ., are S. D. Clarke, Monticello; Pete
have erected a barricade across Marguerite Hall received two write-in votes In South Starke precinct.
Turnpike through that pirea.Berbe II I 'Brinson, Baldwin; and Leila Mun-
said that several feasibility ; @ the road because they say that The recommended levies of eight mills for Current Fund, and two dy, Dr. Pete d. Felos, T. H.

'..urn"'. has been fcnade of the 1'I) 'M ,;: several fires in that area have mills for Building and Bus Reserve, received overwhelming endorsement r Slade and Steve Simmons, all .f

proposed Turnpike route through l : done costly damage to their property I of 105 to 1, and 92 to 1, respectively. Starke.
J.t and they they have the
'the "Highland mine and that one say
i Knight said that while definite
would run right through the jtdniinlstratlon &a legal right to close, the road. '
AU41. I 3| III) : $350 Stolen From Baptist Church location for the new bank has not
building wiping it (( .e -d rl
out entirely, along with a couple h'i i II r ,. It q Judge Defers I ;yet been decided, three locationsare
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\ 100 in the
not ibe in the of this route I t '\i U:t: I I way of Starke.
way Of
Beebe said *.r" ifAsJW Sentencing broken into last Thursday night, I the theif reached inside and un- | Stock totaling $140,000 has been

\ ; : I Nov. 3, and about $350 was stolen, locked the office door, McLendon issued to finance the bank
new ,
been A held number between of company meetings J'f'pl'f't have 'J')L.:. )/ ; Herbert PrescottHerbert according to Rev. Lewis D. Haines,i II said.The j Knight said, with practically every
'I. officer believes the
official-,, a pastor. prison : business interest in the county
sentatives Turnpike I if The money represented receipts ;job was the work of someone unfamiliar -subscribing
the superintendent said, but so
from .the special revival services j I with the church, since it tj
far ""nothing is firmed up" April 25 for possession of moon- I vl
which had been held nightly dur-'was at first attempted to breakthrough
shine and later found guilty in [
de- ing the week, Rev. Haines said.( another door to the office :Mayor Repeats
a jury trial, had his sentence
Cut-Oft Complete ferred from day tp day and termto IA glass door leading info his which' is backed up by n'

TornadoesThe Beat Seabreeze 14 0 term, by County Judge Theron in the Sunday School building I heavy piece of office furniture: Traffic Warning i

From Macclenny A Yawn Wednesday. had been broken, he said.R. I After beating unsuccessfully on I

F. McLendon, identificationofficer |this door for some time, the intruder In a statement to the Telegraph
Tornadoes went During the proceedings, Pres-I in the investigation, said gave up and broke the!
Bradford Toward MaxvilleWork cott's attorney made a motion fora j !yesterday, Mayor W. T. Jackson
after their sixth win of the nearly new trial, and this was denied that the person or persons carrying J glass panel to the second door. ,said that a previous warning had
Thursday night out the theft evidently wore McLendon said that the small 1. been made through the
completed season paper conejcerning -
they played a conferencefoe was completed last week by Judge Yawn. gloves and that no fingerprints i safe, from which most of the traffic law and parking

when Ketterlinus of St. Augustine Green on the first stretch of the new' County Prosecutor Hollis V. were left on the door knob to the money was taken must have! violations. He pointed out that one

in another, home game. The game state road that is expected eventually Knight then petitioned the court pastor's office or on the door to been left unlocked since there! of the most frequent violations observed -
to provide a new link between for"leI on the basis that a
Thursday instead of 1encr the safe. were no indications that it had I here is left-handed parking.

was played this week in order to And w U. S. Highways 90 and 30 1. prison term weXild be a hardship McLendon said that the door to been forced open. He said thai t t "Since more streets have been

Friday The road, designated as! on Prescott's family and that .I
avoid conflict with Homecoming new the main church sanctuary was j investigators were absolutely without widened and paved it has become

activities a at the University of 1 !kYiL 26i State Road 228, begins at the intersection Prescott was under probation of not locked and that the thief evi-I clues to work on and that t; more necessary than ever to enforce

Florida. Outcome of the game 12 of State Road 23 and a federal court for the same offense dently entered there and prowled(little hope is held for solving the!; parking and traffic regnlae -

was not known at press time Lawson U. S. 90 in downtown Macclenny which would be invoked if around, obtaining a hoe handle matter. Even the hoe ,I tions," the Mayor said in asking

and extends southward approximately he were sentenced at that time. from the church basement which I used for breaking the door did I for cooperation on the part of the
Win or lose it was an important six miles to a point within Judge Yawn then deferred his was broken and used as an instrument (not uroduce any fingerprints',r public.

game for the Tornadoes sincea HoldDown about two miles of Maxville. sentence indefinitely.Mike to break through a glass McLendon said.

win would keep alive their I The State Road Department of Klondes. also arrested on ----o Council To Meet

chances of leading the northern I fice at Macclenny reports that t April 25, and also found guilty by I Purse Is Stolen Three InductedInto

half of the conference but a defeat __ plans call for building the road on jury trial, was fined $500 for sale Early TuesdayMeeting

would close them out of the into Maxville to link with U. S. of moonshine. From Mrs. Priest ServiceLocal
I time of the Council
picture altogether. 4e 301. Plans originally called for
At KindergartenFortyfour Board 18 will be I will be advanced to 6:30
The squad suffered a mighty the road to join with U. S. 301 a t t Mother Of Five open on pjn.

blow in losing the services of Tackle Highland a point near the Brad dollars stolen Monday and Tuesday from 8 am L' for the regular meeting scheduledfor
Admits was next Chairman JamesA.
{ Tuesday,
I Smuggling
Kenneth Green, who has a shoulder ford County line. to 5 p.m. until further notice.
I from the purse of Mrs. Clyde Lewis announced this week.
separation. A letterman. Green j The first proposed route is th Drug Into Prison Reuben Lloyd Grider and Bobb r
dependable I Priest Monday morning while she Lewis said the meeting would
has played steady I Posts one generally favored by interest Fredrick Durden were inductee I be held earlier to enable all mem-
right tackle all season, as well as in Starke, since it would providea A mother of five children plead and the children were outside the
this week. Lee bers to attend the Chamber of
Henry Hasans,,,
doing the kicking-off. His replacement short cut here for tourists from ed guilty Wednesday to a chargeof building at Mama Priest's kinder
Freddie 1 colored, volunteered for service. Commerce banquet.
will come from 90 to 301. Plans for this route, conveying forbidden articles garten.
Stephens or Mike Gold\\ire.1 been into Florida State Prison before
Harrell will iKENNET however apparently Circuit Court payments in cash and checks Firemen Take Special Course
Reddish or James abandoned by the State Road De Judge George L. that
had been morning
take over the kickoff duties. I Patten.

Green may be able to play again partment. Judge Patten ordered a presentence from some of .the children's par-
Fernandina in the Home- ents, Mrs. Priest said. The checks
against investigation.
Nov. 23.Conference (( GKEE.V. 180-pound Senior Right Tackle, was outstanding County Taxoavers were left in the purse along with 1t/ ,
coming event on I The woman was charged with
Win I on defense in the Seabreeze game last Friday; also does kick-offs the lunch money of the children
Are Early Birds l smuggling "certain nasalators con '
The Tornadoes won their first for BUS, but will miss next two games because of injury. taining desoxyephedrine, same being in a separate envelope.Mrs. I

conference game last Friday night I JERRY LA11'SON,190-pound Senior Left Tackle, is one of the best Bradford County taxpayers are a medicine substance which Priest said she was out '

when they downed the Seabreeze I defense players on the Tornado squad. Both Lawson and Green lettered paying their taxes earlier than when taken or used by said prisoners in the courtyard-with the childrenfor "';' tfif .

Sandcrabs 14-0 before a small last ).t'ar. they did last year, according to would tend to intoxicate ." about 25 minutes and had .... j. ti

home crowd. Cold weather kept J. R Kelly, tax collector. on October 28. left her purse on the desk. When -

many fans away from the game. fensive Tornado line. It has been nadoes recovered anonther fumble About 600 tax bills were paid! She was apprehended on the they went back into the buildingshe ii

Seabreeze was the No. 1 team of hard to determine whether their on the 50 yard line and marched by Nov. 1, Kelly said while at this I Bradford County side of New River noticed that the door was

the conference southern half but four fumbles were caused by hard !to their second score. time last year the total was 448. which put the case within theo opened, then saw that her pocketbook

for years the conference winner tackling or from the wet ball Ferguson Reddish, Lawson Taxpayers have until Nov. 30 t 'jurisdiction of Bradford County was open and the money I'

has come from the northern division Either way, alert Tornadoes covered Harden, and Green turned in earn the four per cent discount, authorities. I

mainly Ketterlinus and Pa- four of their fumbles, three outstanding performances for the Kelly said.Clay gone.Mrs.. priest said the children ,

latka. of them in Seabreeze territory!Tornadoes. Few Protests Heard told her they saw a man wearing;,

Bobby Ferguson scored the and the other on the 50-yard line.. Next week the Bradford squad' PurchasedFor a brown hat and a light colored :

Tordadoes' first touchdown in the Seabreeze did drive to the Tornado journeys to Green Cove Springs I About City TaxesA coat leaving as they were coming i -s,

second quarter from yards; out 7 yard line late in the 4th for their annual battle with the Road RepairThe / in.

when he went around his own quarter, but couldn't score against Blue Devils. large number of Starke tax-i I! Starke Volunteer Firemen are pictured above during session ef a
right end with a burst of speed. the Tornadoes. purchase of 200 cubic yardslof ; payers have already paid their
'Stores special 15-hour fire fighting coarse being given here this week Bob
Harold Godwin scored in the last Statistics I clay by the County Commissionfor L city taxes, City Clerk Carl Johns; Stay Open by
The Bradford lads had two scoring i Bair (right), an instructor from the State Fire College, Ocala. The
quarter from 2 ;yards out. after BUS SEA the repair of the old Middle- said Tuesday, and there have been On Veterans DayThe
opportunities in the course consists of nightly three-hour drills
Burt McGee set up the touch first,list downs 10 7 burg Road leading east from Law- few protests against the newly training which started
quarter, but failed. Then in the Monday and will end .
down by snagging a 23-yard; pass Yds. from scrim. 142 105 tey, was announced by County reinstated ad valorem tax. merchants of Starke will tonight (Friday) Attending firt'menilll'f<<'lve
2nd quarter, they scored when credit toward Fire
from Glenn Reddish. Godwin Yds. from passing 49 23 Attorney Hollis V. Knight last About 1,500 real estate tax remain open on Veterans Day a College Diploma.

bucked over both extra points. Wooten pounced on a Seabreeze Passes 6 9'week. statements were sent out 10 days,Friday Nov. 11. The marchants I Taking the course are Firemen O. P. Hutto, Dub Rhoden, Ray

BUS ;DefenseGood fumble on the Seabreeze 37 ;yard I Passes Completed 4 2 I The clay was bought from the! ago along with about 360 bills(Division of the Chamber of Com- Stone Austin Bell, Charles Schaeffer, Jack Smith, A. L Crosby ;Jr.,

Seabreeze was thwarted in all line. In the 4th period, with Sea j j Fumbles lost 1.4 I State Armory Board at a price of r for personal property taxes, Johns,I nonce voted last January to re- Blake ,Jackson J. C. Barton, and Jack Seimer. Regulars Carpenter,

offensive efforts by a stout de. breeze beginning to lead, the TorPunting average 2S 34 15 cents a yard Knight said. said. fmain open. Pickett, and Reed also sit in on the sessions.loqe .



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retirement Nov. 30 1952. Bradford and Clay Counties. FACE T.UO FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1935
Both Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins Mrs. Jessie Chastain was an
editorialWomen DiaryBy .are members of the First Bap- overnight guest Sunday in Lake \

tist Church in Hampton, and have Butler with her sister-in-law, Mrs. James Stewart Stars In Florida Film

Sam McGarvey been for more than 20 years. An Thenie Roberts.

In Action ordained minister Mr. Wiggins Rev. Marvin Faile, pastor of
but this year only Lloyd has a preached at Gadara Church fora Hampton Baptist Church, left

patch, and that of 30J>00. year.A .
Never underestimate the power of a woman Monday to attend the Florida
native of this area, Mr. Wiggins State Convention for Southern '
andor; "the women. aka. '' tiiro
"Bub" Carter also has a platt was born in LaCrosse on Jan. Baptists in Lakeland. T
Several months ago The Telegraph exposed undesirable ing of 30,000 half of which are 2, 1880. Mrs. Wiggins was bornin Mrs. B. L. Hinson underwent a EI ,' ;r
conditions at "Dead End Beach" on 90's and the virus-free Mis- '
rest Charlton County Ga., near major operation Monday in Ala- $*: ,
Kingsley Lake and suggested that the area be sionaries. He says that his plants Folkston on May 25, 1883. chua General Hospital Her *a Ntx

converted into a supervised public park. look pretty good now although he Out of town guests present for daughter Brenda Sue, is staying Pt

Weeks passed and nothing happened. Then will have to get some to fill in the reception Sunday were Mrs. with Miss Sue Chastain this week.

the Starke Garden Club which had recessed for Well, our little old white house skips. S Mary Covington Hayes and E. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastainand ,

the summer, resumed its regular meetings this with the green roof is just abgjtf Read Covington Johnston of Gainesville family attended the Sapp re- 4
that California
fall and the ball started rolling. The ladies not busting loose at the seams these a physicianhas Mr: and Mrs. Charles' Milton and union at the home of Mr. and as r.t .
stated that cabbage juice is
Kingsley but daughters Sherlaine and Vicki, Mrs. Felix Sapp in Starke Sunday
the idea of park on ,
only endorsed a days as our family has now good for the treatment of ulcers.
:Mrs. Mattie Jean
Thompson ,
they went farther and named a committee to en- grown to be eight. Alice's brother Now at least the farmer who gets
Mr. and Mrs. and
Johnny Moyer
list endorsement and cooperation from other Ed, his 'wife Maine and 3-yr. ulcers from worrying can squeezeout daughter Janie. of Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs. April Weatherbee of
To date, they have secured favorable a heads Branford is convalescing at the "p-'S
groups. old Frankie a.rrived.this week to few of cabbage and and Mrs. William Knabb, Mr. home
action on the project from the Rotary Club. Lions take a dose of his own medicine.HAMPTON of her sister Mrs. T. J. t
and Mrs. Stockton
and several other spend the :winter, and along with Milton Mrs. Alderman, in Hampton after a

Club Chamber of Commerce planned, is to ask the Frank Gene, Robert and the two ........................, Asa Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. James recent operation at St. Luke's E -
groups. The next move of us, it all adds up to eight. And Knabb and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hospital in Jacksonville.
of Parks to take the area over and
State Board Charlie Hodges Mr. and Mrs.
that doesn't include his majesty, Mr. and Mrs. Neil and sar"
operate it in a manner that will be an asset rather Leo who is really getting steppedon Billie Knabb and family, Mrs. daughter of Damascus Pa. left z

than a detriment to this area. these days. Bernice Brown, Mr. and Mrs. last week after visit
a the
Of course there is always the possibility that By Mrs. D. F. 111111AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA James H. Hodges and children, Milton Mosher family near Hampton.

their efforts will not be crowned with success At last we got most of our and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Holt of Mrs. Gertrude Lewis who has Ready to kill the man he had travelled a thousand miles to fiad,

but "nothing ventured, nothing gained." And plants in our berry patch. Bought Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Wiggins Macclenny; and Rev. and Mrs. L. been staying with the Moshers for James Stewart (right) confronts Arthur Kennedy in the climactic

as we said before never underestimate the some 90's from Luther Hilliard Mark 50th Anniversary G.Oon Hemingway and Mr. and Mrs. several months, returned with scene of "The Man From Laramie," shoeing at the Florida Theatre
of a woman! and after we set them out, turnedon Neiel of Starke. Sunday through Tuesday.
the irrigation, and now it looksas iTA November Meeting ithem.Mr.. and Mrs. W. L. Rickersonand
if most of them have lived. Hampton PTA met Tuesday afternoon NOTICE OF INTENTION TO i Jos. H. Arnold, P. O. Box SJS

How Greedy Can You Get? Without meaning to, we have Nov. 1, at the school aud- Hampton family last of weekend Tampa visited with Mr.in Notice REGISTER is hereby FICTITIOUS given that VANE the ''Starke Dated Fla.this. sole 4th owner.day of November,

mostly 90's this year.Ye lost torium, with only a small numberin undersigned under the provisions of A.D.,. 1955: at Starke. Fla.
and Mrs. R. L. Brown Sr. Chapter 20.953 Laws, of Florida. 11 4 4t 11 '!;
Attorney General Herbert Brownell Jr., who, most of our Missionary runnersin attendance. Appointing of cOm-
at the time of President Eiserihower's heart at- the weeds and so we'll have mittees was discussed with the Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon .
and -
tack ducked the job of investigating the legal only about one-third M's. decision that the three officers daughter visited Mrs. Saxon's .
of temporarily transferring the 'chief'sauthority t LkI comprise the executive committee parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pope .' --- --- --- -_. ..
aspects in Eaa .if'7/ :. -
Gallie .
to the Vice President is now eagerly Now we have about 14 beds setout and all members work as a mem- last weekend. .I, .,' av.fi. MM'---.O_' --t-o,. ;, :
"- .. -
Mrs. '
< .
bership committee" Lois Hughes and - .: :: :
sniffing out ways to make America's number one and when we get the skipsset ; grandchildren :: : ; 5
easier. we ought to have about 14,000 Seventeen members had paid Pat and Debbie Fuhr-

job plants, which is the largest dues for this :year by the end of man, of Jacksonville were week-
We agree that many of the annoying and time- end visitors at the Vernon
amount we have ever tried. HOw- this meeting, according to Mrs. tr
consuming chores based on precedent and red .
l Hampton.Mrs.
ever this year we have a lot Janie Noe, secretary-treasurer
tape may be removed from Presidential shoulders more manpower and we think Mr. and Mrs. Herman B. Wig- Refreshments were served after C. L. Cooper, Mrs. Mamie

but it is disturbing to learn that the Attorney we'll be able to handle them all gins were guests of honor Sunday the business meeting by :Mrs. Meade, Mrs. Marvin I'aile and rA I

General is particularly interested in extensive right. afternoon for their golden wed- Frank Williams. Hostesses for the Mrs. D. E. Hill attended the Baptist

application of a previously little-used act of 1950. e ding anniversary, at an open houseat December meeting will be Mrs. -WMU instruction day for

Under this Public Law 673 "any function whichis Well we have two milk cows the home of their daughter, Dan Loper and Mrs.; H. F. Clover- mission study in Gainesville Mon- 1 k2'7t4 74

vested in the President by law" may be dele- and two milk heifers, and still Mrs. George Williams. settle. day.Sunday
his cabinet officers or the headsof we're visitors a't the home of
gated by.him to buying milk. And make be- Many friends from the Hamp- Council LMs Committee
Government agencies. lieve Sam didn't have a talk with ton area and out-of-town guests Committees for the 1955-56 Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade were
Joy and Daisy and their daughters Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Allen and tj",I.A.a,
Apparently the GOPoliticians are selfishly complimented the couple on this year were announced at the

hoping that if the job is made easy enough, about this shameful condition.Our occasion. Gifts were displayed on Hampton City Council meeting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bragerty Mr."Slade's Which Triplet Trades At Koch's?
niece and nephew of Pa-
President Eisenhower might be persuaded to run cows made no promise. It a living room table centered Tuesday evening, Nov. 1, at the
again in spite of his recent heart attack. For this seems you just can't hurry Na- with bronze and gold chrysanthe- city hall. latka and John Brite of Jackson-
ture. marigolds. Bronze and W. H. Griffin ville. The middle man, fran'. What with hydrogen -
faint hope they seem willing to let what is today S mums and was elected chair-
the most responsible post in the civilized world gold mums and marigolds also de- man of the council, and committees -
degenerate into a purely honorary or figureheadtype Stopped into see the Bradford orated the living and dining rooms ; are as follows: finance and In Tbf Countr Judges Court bombs, singing commercials, bubble
County Fair on Saturday and was and the refreshment table was taxation, A. C. Dennison, D. E. 4ford County. Florida "'
of office. disappointed to find that the stock centt'redith a Hill and J. IN RE: gum and be-bop there is still soothing
gold frosted cake W. Home; rules laws i ESTATE OF JOHN UGLOW. a
There is question of the sympathy of the
had been
no already moved out. Met Deceased.
flanked by gold candles. Mrs. R. ordinances, D. H. Crawford,
American people for President Eisenhower in his George and Mrs. Huggins and son L. Brown assisted Mrs. Williamsin Dennison and Hill; streets, side- All NOTICE creditors TO of the CREDITOR estate of! John facet to everyday living. Our friendly, cost-
illness of the Nation's heartfelt wishes for Tommy there and notified
nor George said serving.Mr. walks and buildings, Crawford, t'Klow. deceased are hereby -
his complete recovery. These are matters in that the Fair had been a success. and Mrs. Dennison and 1 and required to file any claimsor have cutting of business
Wiggins were Horne. demands which they may way doing to be specific. -
which politics has no place. married November 5, 1905 in Sanitation Crawford, Hill andHome 1 against said estate in the office of

But the current antics cabinet circles to make Had a good time at the Lawtey Folkston Ga., and are the par- ; and electric lights and| ty the, County Florida,Judge in the of Bradford courthouse Coun-at Our business is geared to give

the President's job easy enough that he may be PTA Halloween Carnival. Alice ents Of four children. Leo of fire protection Crawford. Denni- endar Starke,months Florida from, within the date eight of cal-the your

%.tel persuaded to run again comprise a dangerous ad- was several the gypsy fortune teller and Jacksonville, Orie of Starke, and son and Hill. first publication of this notice. Each shopping buck a break it hasn't had for a
people suggested that Sam claim or demand must be in writingand
* venture a sorry exhibition that strongly sug- in and have Joe and Mrs. Mary Williams Rev. Willard M. Jones conducted must state the place of resi-
go his fortune toldHowever
gests the personal ambitions of those back of it both of Hampton. All were pres- chapel at Hampton Elementaryschool dence and post-office address of the dozen years. Consider today's specials for
making several attempts claimant and must be sworn to by
to retain their high places at any cost to the to get into the tent he ent Sunday. Mr. and :Mrs. Wig- On Wednesday last week the claimant his agent, his attorney
President and the Nation. gins have seven grandchildren. and Miss Bell and'Miss Thompsonof or it will become void according to
decided to save his dime as Alice!
A school teacher when they the Children's Bible Societywill law.First
has publication on November 3.
never hestitated before to tell'
were. married, :Mr. Wiggins was I conduct chapel on Nov. 11. 1955.
Orchids To him what has, is, and is going to 1 /s/ Carrie Uglow Ward,
MargaretIn in this work until 1941 with the! Mrs. W. W. Hammond substi- Executrix of the Estate of John
happen, and all. for. .free! exception of three years workingin : tuted at the school Monday lastweek Uglow. deceased. KOCH'S

spite of tearful protests from romantically a cigar factory in Tampa. He( for Mrs. Janie Noe, who was 11/4 4t 11:25; DRUG STORE
inclined sources we think that Princess Mar- things are cooking here was superintendent of schools for absent due to illness in the family. Acts of 1941, will register with the ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION
now. Ed and Frank have cut Clerk of the Circuit Court in FILLED
garet's decision to place "duty to the Church and the east of Bradford county from 1920-28, and I Miss Nell Williams. Miss Ruth for Bradford: County State of Flor-
end right field beddedup 1
the Commonwealth" before any other considera- taught at Raiford. Olustee. Brooker. Perry and Donald Cooper attendeda ida upon receipt of proof of publication j
and are of this notice,
planting cabbage, the fictitious JPHdN53L DIUYfe
tions is an object lesson sorely needed in an age radishes, kale, spinash Heilbronn Springs and Hamp- youth retreat at Camp Gilead name of Florida Boat Shield Com- V
turnipsand 3
ton. He was postmaster at Hampton near Lakeland last weekendith pany, under am
of weakening moral values.In 864cXI meigaged .
lots more. have laid 1 business at T -.
Monitor They from March 1, 1941 until his several other young people from Starke. Fla. -6rl f .- :_ :" .-- ':" -.:- :'. '- _: E'_ __ : :-_- :/
the words of the Christian Science : out the planted area eo that it

"Sentimental assumption that Princess Margarethas can be irrigated, and just as soon -

irrevocably closed the door on her own happi- as they fet it seeded they will_ Q ,t

ness should be resisted. She ''has performed an turn on the water. -
act of great unselfishness. It is nonetheless not- Z r o

able because it has been performed by thousandsof We're dieting some goo sweet

other people for this very reason. But, like potatoes these days, and what .

these many others, she has a right to expect renewing with some good 'taters and plentyof r
and satisfactions of beef we won't starve for a
deepening as fruitage
while. Alice made a sweet potato -
her devotion to a high sense of right.
We agree that in making her fateful decision pie and it did not turn out a h ; Ir
PS rood as the< first she
one ever
the Princess has not closed! the door forever on
fade which wa wonderful. It
her own happiness. Indeed; we seriously doubt
wins that the pies varv just the
that anyone with her obvious character breeding,
wny the sweet potatoes do.
and responsibility could find true happiness in an $ ij ;re \ > :

act that would have gone contrary to her innate Inquired around about the

sense of duty.In number of strawberries that have eea3, a 5 ax ? a

her courageous action Princess Margaret been set out and opinion seems

seemed somehow to strengthen the backbone ofa to be that there are little more

wobbly world. We hope that her sterling example than there were last year. And ,

will not go unnoted by thousands of wilful as there weren't many last year --w-

;youngsters who can certainly use an object it looks like another light year

lesson in duty before personal pleasure. for berry production around here.

As one instance the Griffis

brothers, Lloyd, Dopsy and Levin r
Try Again, Mr. BensonThe used to set out a lot of berries, : :' :iJ I

5 : ,
first step toward checking the continuing 5/

decline in farm income, it now appears, will be an SHEPHEKItSNEWS

increase in Agricultural Conservation funds to Y' h.a

$400 million a year from $250 million. That's as

far as Secretary Benson will go in yielding to L may.. :,w

mounting pressure from his party leaders to do
something for the farmer before the poor fellow Coronet 4-door Lancer

goes to the polls a year from now.

Unfortunately these payments go chiefly for '

taking land out of row crops or grain and putting New 56 CorolletS

it into grass. Such a program isn't of much help Dodge .-

to the farmer whose acreage is already too small

for him to utilize his manpower fully. -

The real farm problem is this: In the latest OD -

year for which figures have been broken down,

one per cent of the Nation's farmers sent 17 per

cent of its crops to market. The next 19 per cent Invades LowPrice Fieldsome !

produced 60 per cent of the crops, leaving 13 per

cent of the crop production spread very thin "Boy he's in a hurry he :

among 80 per cent of the farmers. These are the must be on his way to CHAS.C. .

ones who are hurting.The SHEPHERD to buy a RCA

solution that apparently satisfies Mr. television set." share the rewards of the peat Dodge success! Here's tie only full size fun-styled fug-fashioned KING SIZE CAR to invade the low-price field with i fall-fine If body styles!
Benson let a free market crowd out most of -

the bottom 80 per cent of our farmers is hardlyone
that will satisfy the small farmers or their Here is no stripped-down "price special" but a full-size,fullYou have a full choice of body styles a full choice of advanced

friends who are interested in seeing them kept in 'r styled, full-fashioned beauty that's KING SIZE in every way. power features. And you get the Magic Touch of Dodge

business as an integral part of the Nation's d puSh-button driving!
This new Dodge Coronet takes the measure of all others in the .
Think fast, Mr. Benson. You haven't come up low-price field on every point of value: Size! Beauty! Style! Come discover the dividend of extra ralue that Dodge brings you '

with the right answer yet. Power! Roominess! Comfort! It is actually bigger and more in the Coronet. It's the King Size buy in the kw-price ld! '
="n, _. .-..,.. ...."" itII -._- .;.,_.. -.........'" ...tYIIlA..".. "...+81Y1I. luxurious than cars costing up to a thousand dollars more! ? Vcut' itajuof f6. forward Look -- '\.'.

EST. 1B79 Win New Dodge for the rest of your life Enter fabulous "Dodge for Life." Contest at your Dodge Dealer's now .- ',- ;;: _



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,New Pastor Called

Church At -'
Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone ,- "!-J jm" .c
Keystone 4127 On-
II I .... I I ., Rev. J. Russell I i_ itlSJ". <-_fe_ y1S / .V,.
the call to the -
cepted -'
Children Jlave Wonderful Time' coming speech by Bill Beam, who Field E r 1 The Community
At Museum in JacksonvilleMiss said the rest of the evening would Trip stone Heights. ; had if So Good"
Mansfield's fourth and be .spent playing games. Therer Mr. Young received
fifth graders won't forget theday ] would be prizes for the man andr of Arts degree from ;
at the Children's Museum foi for the woman with the highest .. ; University, Atlanta, ; that dd up f
a long time. They left on tb School Bus Thursday morningNov. lady's prize, while Everett Fox Columbia Theological
3, right after roll call. Th: had the highest score for the Decatur,_ Ga.; and his ,
trip was long, but not monoton-men.' Theology degree from -fcy ,j w

ous, for the group engaged in Former i School Principal r, logical Seminary, SaaS=5SSr; 7k
such activities as singing, multi, Toms Musical Composer :,::;,,\,;;r. He has done further + ;
plication drills, and other games Burt W. Spear, fornier principalof 1: psychology at the
Some just rested. Keystone Heights School' has ss < Florida this past I :
The Benjamin Franklin Exhibit written words and music for a This picture was taken as Miss Mansfield's class prepared to leaveon He has been
was excellent. Not yet completed, catchy little tune, "Down on Sil- school bus'for Jacksonville's Children's Museum. Seen boardingbus wannee Presbytery in
it already consists of a print shop, ver Springs." Mr. Spear, who has are Mrs. Freeman Hall, Carol Campbell, Susie Hall, and Dolores terian Church of FAMOUS BRAND GROCERY ITEMS
a typical room of Franklin's time, been principal at Fort McCoy for Oglesby.- -Photo by Martha Livingston, Keystone photographer for States, and has also
and a series of electrical ex- a number of years, practicallylives Bradford County Telegraph. Clerk for a term of THIS WEEK .
which the children [ He is a Past
periments 'Down on Silver Springs.
could try by pushing buttons. The and the beauty of that tourist, Mrs. Elmer Livingston, Mrs. Gay Catholic Club To Meet Jacksonville Ministerial to 268 prices cut since October 3rd
children were impressed with the !attraction Inspired him to write Livingston, Mrs.. Cecil Hook, Mrs. The St. William's Catholic Club having also served in
candle-mold, foot-warmers, bed- this song. Ringle Music Publisherof H. E. Hussey Mrs. Al Nelson, meeting which was postponedfrom Chairman of the Home
flax-wheel, cranb rry- New York has Nov. 9 Vill be" held Wednes- Committee; the -
. warmers, published the Mrs. Ben Rose, Mrs. Louis Kyle ,
rake, and dry sink in the typical song, and we hope it makes the Mrs. Gordon Adams, and Mrs. day, Nov. 16, in the Hall, at 8 mittee; the Radio ; ( )
colonial room. Hit Parade. Carl Carnes. o'clock. There will be no scrubbing the Program PARKER
The Mammal Room contained Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lee attendedthe Evening Guests were: Mrs. Wil- or any other strenuous activi- past five years he has 14-oz
life-sized stuffed-animals, includ- Motion Picture Exhibitor's liam J. Siprelle, Mrs. Everett Fox, ty, and all members or interested the Executive CHIPS p 57c
ing buffalo, timber wolf, moose, State Convention, Sunday through :Mrs. Henry Hall, Mrs. S. E. Mc- parties are urged to attend. County Tuberculosis E E S
Mr. Young's family e, Split Pea Heinz (Reduced Price)
skin headof Houser Mrs.{Here (And There .
caribou and the and Tuesday of this week, at the Kay, Miss Gertrude t %t
his wife, who is an '
a huge brown bear. There were Roosevelt Hotel in Jacksonville.M. E. F. Aiken, Mrs. E. P. Menzin, Mrs. Chester Moody and Children musician, and their 2 MJ-2 z cons 33c
also the smaller animals native to G. M. Star, Joan Crawfordwas Mrs. R. N. Sunderland, Mrs. C. spent last Sunday with Mr.
I Edith, who received a
Florida, such as coon, beaver, ot- also expected at the convention G. Denny, Mrs. Bill Belote, Mrs.'Moody's brother-in-law and sis-
in from HOUSE Reduced Price
ter, birds, etc. ... as a delegate from her H. L. Morgan Jr., and Mrs.-Nor- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Baum-.,and nursing Emory ( )
especially studio. The man Thompson.St. gardener, in Valdosta, Ga. now doing 15-oz
The planetarium was Lees anticipated a I at Boston University, SAUCE can 15c
popular because most of the chil- lovely time, with fine entertain- ;Ann's 'Auxiliary There was a photographer in in psychiatric nursing.a .
dren had never seen anythinglike ment. To Hold Rummage Sale town on Saturday. He set up a ( ) (Reduced Price)
it. The director, Miss Madeline C. A. ? Halloween Masquerade The Ladies of St. Ann's Auxili- studio in Mrs. Stewart's Building.Saw little mask around
Sawyer, knew her stars so Members of .the local C. A. P. ary will hold a Rummage Sale at I Charlotte Austin and her "living" lipstick, that JUICE qt bot 33c
well that she made the heavens a Squadron wish to express their Petty's Store in Putnam Hall on three children having -group :spite of many washings,
most Interesting study. She show- I appreciation to the ones who attended Nov. 19.The picture made. Bet that will make I refused to die, I E (Reduced Price j)
ed the stars as they appear at the Halloween MasqueradeDance next meeting of St. Ann's Daddy-who is overseas-a proud look like a little !
the various seasons of the year. at the Skytel on Oct. 29. Auxiliary will be held in the homeof man.Anyone Nice to see Mr. and CHERRIES 'l-Ib can 2Ic
In conclusion of the visit, there Lt. "Walter Kind and his Committee Mrs. N. W. Hardenbergh, who saw little "Buzzy" ,Reamer back in town, !
was a film in color, "Johnny: Ap- worked hard to make it an Thursday evening, Nov. 17, at 8 Livingston around town the day ing the summer in
pleseed," which was most Interesting entertaining evening for all. There o'clock. after Halloween might have II Meadville, Pa. The
.- was a "capacity" crowd, with Ma- Firemen Enjoy Dinner thought he was. still TrickorL L been wintering in R U P 2-oz' 23c
The children had brought their jor Hutch Hollywood, Fla. act- Saturday evening, Nov. 5, firemen Treating. Trouble was, brother many ;years, being what
lunches, and money for the drinks ing as master of ceremonies. Cos- and their wives enjoyed one Jerry had used lip-stick to paint ,as "original" Keystoners.TV ( ) Diet 1 and 2
was furnished by S. E. ,McKay tume Judges were Col and Mrs. I of Mrs. Rivers' delicious dinners, '
They ate their( lunches at Con- Harold Ashley, and Capt. Louis 'served,. buffet-style at the new .-- ----.- ----. -: --, --- =--- __ ,.: f FOOD 5'-lb' cans 37C

federate Park, just a block from Bliziotes. Those who won prizes Firehouse. There was ham, and I
the Museum, after which they were: Walter King, prettiest male; turkey, and all the "fixin's." Fol- C. Sliced and Halves
boarded the bus for the return"Dovie Sibley, prettiest female; lowing dinner, there was a wel- ServiceAll I S
trip.Members Ruth Hammond, funniest: Mr. and Polio Vaccine AvailableAt can 190
of the party included: Mrs. Jim Sullivan of Starke, Doctor's Office
Fifth graders: Joel Brault, Billy most original. Parents of children aged 6 i 1 SPAGHETTI or ( )
Carnes., Danny Dodd, Tommy The Squadron wishes also to months to 15 years will be inter- Work Guaranteed Free EstimatesFully AR 2 1-lb pki35:
Jones, Susie Hall, Dwight Mit- extend its thanks to those who ested to know that Polio Vaccineis c
chell, Roger Pangborn, Rowan donated prizes. now available at Dr. Christof- Equipped ... DependableAll
Thomas, Mary Ann Schaeffer, and Everyone is looking forward to fers' office. The full treatment ,
David Servis. the next dance which will be announced consists of three shots, and the Makes and Models
Fourth graders: Tony Brault, at a later date price is.?4 per shot. This may be j
Carol Campbell, Johnny Cox, Capt. Bert Christoffers Jr., Lt. the price of peace of mind, for
Carolyn Forsythe., Linda Forsythe Roy Browning Lt. Walter King, according to Dr. Covington, Coun- CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV
Jimmy Fox, Reba Hall, Jimmy Lt. Jackje Collina, and Dr. and ty Health Doctor, no cases of
McKay, Jimmy McMurtry, Joe I:Mrs. Don 'Christoffers attendedthe suspected polio have yet occurredin
Seat Covers ;.
Mann Johnny Martin, Linda j I C. A. P. Florida Wing Convention the group of 780 first and .
Oglesby, Eric Redfearn, Roberta held in Naples last week- .second graders who have been Phone 239 Starke, Fla.

SIbley, Sandra Warren, Voncile I end. vaccinated in this county. .'__ _, .__ __, _, .I
Williamson, and Ellen Baker. I -. -- -'l'--- -- -,-- __ .__ ____ ._ ,. ry
Adults: Mrs. Fred Dodd, Mrs. -. "\J

)Freeman Ofrs.V.. Hall W. ,Cox Mrs., Mrs.Irene Everett Brault, Power? 16u bet FLA'J r Cooking

Fox, and Mrs. Percy Warren. 1''i' = APPLES Ib lSC
Teacher Miss Emma Kate Mans Y

field.PTA To Meet Nov. .15 The fabulous Thunderbird Y:8' Young Tender

The PTA will meet Tuesday Ford goes like the Thunderbird! With this exciting new r BEANS Ib 1ge
will be
The theme
"Co"-power you can smile at hills, have new confidence in
ing the Emotional Needs of Child- passing. The Thunderbird Y-8 engine can be yours at no
hood," and there will be a movie. extra cost, for it is the standard eight in all Ford Fairlane Juicy
A full report of Carnival profitswill and Station \\agonmodels.
be made. r-"" __. "'- 6 lor'2Se
. >
This is as good a time as any .. 'it- : 1D
to get your tickets from Mrs. B : ,
?: / : l ....,,
R. Weld-or any other Woman's Beauty Of ,
course : 'v'"., ,'V ..,...-_ S H Ib
Club Member-for the Bazaar J.- _._.....;,.-" lOc
Supper which will be served from ;'7
5:30 to 7 p. m. at the Club House,
Inspired by the ThunderbirdThe .
Saturday, Nov. 19. Mrs. Williams ,p
William J. Siprelle will be in new 56 Ford and the fabulous Ford Thunderbirdare E R Y Ige stalk 19c
charge of the supper, and that really look-alikes! You can see the resemblance in every
means good eating. Be sure to long low line every graceful contour. And you can
patronize the Bazaar, which will expect to be envied no matter where drive in
you may your r
Mrs.start at 1'revatt 11 a. m.EntertainsAt new'56 Ford. F S Ib 7025c

Bridge l'artlesMrs.
Myron Prevatt entertained HEADS
on Nov. 4 with a dessert bridge
On1yFO 2
,d for her friends. There were three Safety gives
tables in the afternoon, and you
another three tables in the eve- Alive With Flavor
the afternoon, prizes were ( Eight O'Clock
won by Mrs. Ray Starnes, Mrs. LIFEGUARD
Carl Carnes, Mrs. Elmer Livingston DESIGN
Mrs., Cecil:Mrs. Hook.Gay Livingston, and COFFEE F

In the evening prizes were won
by Mrs. Henry Hall, Mrs. Everett -a 4osd .. lib 31b
Fox, Mrs. E. P. Menzin, Mrs. Bill 19C $2-31 i
Belote. and Mrs. Norman Thompson. -

Afternoon guests were: Mrs. ; FreSh Roasted
Frank Walrath Jr., Mrs. Ray Bokar
Starnes. Mrs. Huntley Redfearn w wEven '

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.... itt gives you extra protection in accidents. To cushion Lifeguardcushioningforcontrolpanelandsunvisors.you .
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"Another drib out and your re ; 56 Ford The fine car at half_ the fine-car- price r Jane Parker
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Mrs. Williamson I Woman's CouncilThe Woman's Club I Heberling-Hutcheson Father And Son ,

Has Birthday Party Woman's Council of the Hears TravelogueBy Banquet FeaturesRA

On 84th Anniversary First Christian Church will meet Mrs. Mendoza. Focus Week I

Tuesday night, Nov. 15 as follows

Mrs. I. L. Williamson, better : Circle 1 with Mrs. W. L. Mrs. C. C. Mendoza of Jack- I

known as Aunt Rhoda, celebratedher Andrews; Circle 2 with Mrs. C. sonville, daughter of"Mrs. T. J. ipuI' an-nual

84th birthday on Oct. 29 at I R. Tillman; Circle 3 with .Miss Griffin of Starke and a former Week was the Father and Son I
her home, near Graham with a past president of the StarkeWoman's [
Gladys :&loot1 I Banquet given by the Helen Masters ,I,
Alice Newman.Catholic of
dinner for 25 friends and Fay )fro and Mrs Bobby Rosier
party Club gave a colorful Ida
Phone 35 [ and Darby Circles of the ,
relatives. Lawtey are the parents of a son
travelogue of her recent trip to WMU :Monday night at 7 o'clock
The house was attractively dec- Men's Club and Sweden Kendall Anthony, born Nov. 3 at
Norway with per- I ia the First Baptist Church recreation -
I orated for the occasion with ar- sonel touches of her travels, at the Doctors Hospital.The .
Junior ClubPrepares Sapp Reunion Held rangements of rosebuds gladioliand I Officers of the Men's Catholic November meeting of the Starke I'i The U-shaped-tabIes were covered -

Christmas At Old Home PlaceThe chrysanthemums, with a similar Club will meet Friday night, Nov. Woman's Club, Wednesray after- ; with white linen cloths baying Starke Maternity Hospitralannounces
the births:
bouquet centering the dinner 11, at 7:30 at the home of Ray noon in the club house. blue leaves running the full following
Seals For MailingThe second annual gathering of table. Guertin. All are requested to be The Department of Education length of the'tables and centered Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips of
the. family of Henry and Martha Among the guests were Mr. and program under Mrs M. W. (with yellow marigolds carrying Waldo a son, Erie Leslie Jr., on
club house was tastfully present by President Owen Vaughan.
leaves and Sapp, who came here from Georgia Mrs. Charlie Clayton of Wild- Cressler second vice-president lout the RA colors of blue and gold. Nov. 5.
decorated with autum I) I
flowers for the November meetingof in the early 19th Century and wood. was presented by Mrs. E. L. Matthews -I. 'The speaker's table was centered Mr. and :Mrs. W. D. McKinneyof

the Junior Woman's Club Mon lived in Bradford County until I who introduced the speaker. with a world globe, surrounded Starke a son, William Ray, on
their deaths, was held last Sundayat -1 Carrying out the Scandina- {with blue leaves. Nov. 6.
day nlnght.
the old home place now the res- 1I I vian theme, Mrs. L. A. Canova
Miss Delores McKnight, vice-; After a delicious dinner Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ray Jonesof
president, presided the absenceof idence of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp, music chairman, introduced Mrs. E. Hildebran, Young People'sjDirector. Starke a son Ray Duke on

the president, Mrs. Doyle Con- northwest of Starke. II Ralph Knight"who presented mem- ( served as master of ceremonies -Nov. 1.Bond.
ner. The club passed a resolu- Most of the Sapp children grew C bers of her fifth and sixth grade asking each RA memberto

tion approving the recommendations -,up to rear large families them- junior chorus *n a Norweigianfolk introduce his father and to repeat Sales Show
Club"selves. The oldest surviving child .! dance in colorful native cos- the organization's watchword,
of the Starke Garden
that the part of Kingsley Lake Its!( :Mrs. Sadie Norman, with a rWell, things are certainly pop that he has been promoted from tumes. Mrs. Canova also accompanied i I allegiance pledge and to sing their Increase Over '54

known as Dead End Beach be great granddaughter, eight-weeks- ping along Call Street these days Pvt. to Pfc Hear that SteveSt. at the piano members of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Heberlingof 'song "The King's Business."
made into a State Park. The old Katherine Dean of Tallahassee. with the new Eagle Store opening John has been discharged from the music appreciation class of Ft. Lauderdale announce the I Misses Helen Haines and Joan Bradford County Savings Bond

club also voted to donate moneyto Katherine is the youngest makingthe last week to a capacity crowd the Army and returned home af- BHS in a song written by Gerig engagement and approaching mar- Furlong led the group in fun sales for the first nine monthsof

the Red Cross for two Christmas fourth generation. in the Norman Hart Furniture soon to be doubl- ter three years in California and famous Norwegian composer.Mrs. riage of their daughter Lorene J songs, and Mrs. Hildebran welcomde 1955 total $79.811 S. L. Peek.

packages for overseas serv-' family. ing its floor space by spillingover Japan Buddy Faxon, Petty : C. L. Scholl, president to Aaron Hutchinson son of :Mr.t\\' and recognized guests present, Jr., county chairman announced

icemen. I Skies were clear as the more Into the remodeled former Officer 3-c, was home for a few presided over the business meet- and Mrs. Clarence C. Hutchesonof including the pastor. Rev. L. D. yesterday. This compared with

Voting on new members took than 100 guests gathered beneaththe home of Electrical Service .. a days last week while being trans- ing when a motion was made and Starke. Haines; WMU President, Mrs. W. $78,916 in the same period a year

place and the following were shady pines to enjoy the old- big new concern rumored to be ferred from Corpus Christi, Texasto approved to move the club-spon- Miss Heberling graduated from ;B. Mundy Jr.; Rev. Edgar Wilkinson ago.The
elected to membership: Mrs. V. fashioned basket dinner, featured coming in to use the Lovett's Camp Lejeune, N. C Bill fared library, which is now housedin Ft. Lauderdale School and Lawtey; Asa Brandeis and 1955 quota established by
W Strickland Jr., Mrs. Lennard event at each reunion. Rev. L. D. space as soon as it is vacated, and (W. E.) Bowden of Perry is the club building, to the up- attended the High (two former Ambassadors L. D. the Treasury Department for this

R. Register, Mrs. Earl Moench, Haines said grace over the sumptious several other developments pend- Lovett's new produce manager stairs of the old county Jail on has Florida University of Haines U, and James E. McRae. Bounty was $110J500 making
Miss Barbara Bunch; Miss Moench, feast ing Elsewhere on the business Morris Carter celebrated his Temple avenue. Mrs. Junius Smith. for one year. I At this time the Royal Ambas- Bradford one of the Florida coun-

Phillips Mrs. L. M. Gaines, Mrs. The program began at 1:30 front Ruby Johns and Ronnie birthday recently with a turkey chairman of this project stated Mr. Hutcheson graduated from sador Counselors Mrs. C. A. Darby ties needing somewhat brisker
and Lucille Mundorff will take that the has offered to Bradford High School and is Mrs. H. A. Lawson and Con-
county if
Carl Lamar Johns Mrs. Ronald;.o'clock with Ralph B. Alvarez, dinner for 30 guests Jane business at bond sales windows
Griffis, Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, president of the reunion organization over on Dec. 1 at Colonial Florist Lawson Jerome Edwards, Tom pay for heating insurance on the a Junior student majoring in busi- nie Clark were recognized and it is to reach its goal by Jan. 1.

Mrs. Ernest Phillips Mrs. J. D.' serving as master of cere- which they recently purchased Long and Mary Henderson gavea building lights and water for the ness administration at the Univer- given a word of thanks for their

Warren, Mrs. Joan Patray Lewis,,monies. Dr. W. E. Middleton andL. from Charles and Cynthia Schmitt surprise party Halloween nightfor new library site. She also stated sity of Florida. work with the boys. Mrs. Hilde er of the evening Mr. Brandeis,

Mrs. Shep Faber, Mrs. Benedict L. Conner were the main speakers. .. The new Garden Restaurantis Vida Jean Gentry Forty that the county commissionerswould The wedding will take place at(bran also recognized Mrs. L. N. who gave an Inspiring talk on
Finzer, and Mrs. J. p. Dick There were many who stood rapidly taking shape, and guests enjoyed roasting weiners. prefer the library be called three o'clock in the afternoon on I Pickering and Mrs. J. A. Griffin, '"The Christian Growth" and its

Following the business meeting when the call went out for Lovett's will be moving into its around a huge bon fire in the The Bradford County Public Library Thanksgiving Day in the Bethany leaders of the sponsoring circles importance to young people.A .
Mrs. S. G. Denmark; Seal Chair- those who had been the swanky new home on Madison St. city park Hear that Drew and Presbyterian Church Ft. Lauder- responsible for the banquet.The closing benediction was repeated -
man of the Bradford County first reunioners. among early in December Who said Ada Reddish have purchased the' The club voted to give the Red dale. pastor introduced th speak- by the 50 guests present.

Tuberculosis /Association directedthe nothing ever happens in a small J. M. Reddish house on N. Cherry,' Cross $6 for two $3 Christmas Attendants will be Miss Carol ,
Those who had traveled for hundred -
addressing of Christmas seals town? and have already moved in packages for men on overseas Heberling sister of the bride-elect,
of miles from different cities
by club members. During this Tip to the fashion-loving ladies: The E. L. Maniers have moved duty. The club will sponsor the and Rudolph Hutcheson brotherof
in Georgia and Florida were also
time Mrs. S. E. Simmons and'Mrs. Marion Howe has discovered how to 309 N. Broadway Carl Lamar -: city-wide outdoor Christmas lighting the bridegroom-elect. PIECE .
recognized.It 7
Carl Roberts demonstrated differ- to get a lovely fox choker if you and Shirley Johns are build contest this year with Mrs.
ent gift wrapping and bow tying I. was agreed to set this annual can't afford to buy one Just ing a new home next to the Ned C. A. Knight as chairman.

techniques and the many ways event for the first Sunday in No- run over a pretty little fox and Yanceys on W. Madison i I During the social hour the Executive BoardThe 11

the seals could be used on Christ- vember each year. have it made! That's Just Hear it's a boy for Sue and i iI. members and guests were invited Executive Board of the 1 LIWNGOM
mas packages. what Marian did when returningfrom 'into the lounge: where Russian
Gary Garner, Born Oct. 30 1 Women of the First
Fruit cake and coffee were Mrs. Johns HostessTo Gainesville Sunday night I.Add new addresses: VT.E2 Theo! Tea was poured by Mrs. J. W. Church will meet Presbyterian Nov.
served at the close of the meet- A hapless fox ran in front of dore J. Goodge RA 34200133,jKincaid I from the? silver service. Saturday
UDC Members 12, at 4 o'clock in the
ing. Hostesses for the eveningwere her car and she accidentally (?))1 I 690th Med Co. (EVAC) (PROV) The beautifully appointed tea School Sunday GROUP
Miss Lillian Stump Mrs.I ran over it and brought it 11 i 1st Field table was centered with a long building.
The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. Army Support Brigade Starke, Fla.
Olin White Jr., Mrs. Ned Yancey, C. met Wednesday afternoon of home Camp Polk, La. Judy Cun- arrangement of multi-colored
Mrs. Millard Judd and Mrs. Frow last week at the home of Mrs. Clara Hazen and Ida Mae Shaw ningham and Sharon Locke both chrysanthemums flanked by silver Beta Sigma PhiThe THIS GROUP CONSISTS OP

Strickland. Charley E. Johns will 11 members were kept busy last Friday plant- have birthdays on Nov. 14 candelabra holding burning
present.The ing nine palms and other shrub- Theron Hunter celebrated his 10th yellow tapers. Carolyn Pellum Beta Sigma Phi Sororitywill SOFA BED Two Step-in Tables
and Donna Faxon in meet at the home of Mrs. R.
Circle Four WSCSCircle bery at the new Wayside Parkon with a neighborhood party Mon
business meeting was presided costumes passed silver trays of V. Turner at the State Farm, on Platform Rocker Cocktail Table
301 below Hampton Junction day afternoon And Ann Sav-
over by the president Mrs. This of the Garden dainty cakes and sandwiches. Monday evening Nov. 14, at
4 of the Methodist WSCS was one age did the honors on her 7th Two Table Lamps
O. L. Haynes Sr. Mrs. Mattie 7:30 o'clock.High .
will meet at the home of Mrs. Club's projects, and the girls were birthday with Throughout the club house were
historian, an Interesting anniversary a party _,, .. .,
Gahagan gave ? -
artistic .n
Foster Shi ably assisted by State Road De- afternoon arrangements of multi- r
Smith, on Monday Saturday for 15 young I
Nov. 14, 8 o'clocK. reading on Davis partment personnel Dave 'friends colored chrysanthemums and School PTAThe ,.. ..t
at hero of the War Between the I autumn leaves.
Paulk gave the club ten oil Looked like Call St. turned I
i !I States. drums which will be painted and !out enmasse for the Hostesses for the afternoonwere Bradford High School PTA + IL V.

The following committees were placed at strategic points around Fla.-Ga'i Mrs. George Patten, Mrs. will meet Tuesday, Nov. 15, at 7:30: l i. 11.T'f
A From YourChiropractor game in Jacksonville last S f
Message a
appointed: Courtesy-Mrs. O. L. town and on the highways for day Among those P. L. Bridges Miss Dorothy Ross p.m. in the high school library. It
Beasley, Mrs. Steve Simmons, trash disposal "Don't be a [ glimpsedwere Mrs. Earl Searing :Mrs. E. M. will be "Back To School Night"for f
Kitty and Maxie Carter ,
Mrs. L. D. Vining and :Mrs. L. G. !" Davis, Mrs. R. F. Young, Mrs.I. parents. ;
Litterbug Everett McKinney John and Sara -
a Finance-Mrs. A. Z. Ad- ,
Powell; little' N. Breazeale and Mrs. H. H.
H. G. BollingerSTARKE I kins, Mrs. 1... F. Chapman and Hear that Effie of I Torode Charles and Virginia Adams. CARD OF TIIAXKS
Martell Faulk
granddaughter Darby Thelma and James Lewis

FLA. I Mrs.. Mattie Joe Wilson Gahagan Mrs.; I CemeteryMrs. .. A. Davis- Jacksonville was one of the lucky Patsy and Vernon Silcox Randy Guy Sale Ted and Charley Johns, We wish to express our appre- I IU 3I1I

'land Mrs. Bertha Pearce MemorialMrs. ones having a short visit and and Joan Chitty, Nina and Joe 'I Merrill Edwards Jerome Edwards, ciation and thanks to all those :

Having cared for sick peoplefor George Roberts; Sr. and .posing for a picture with movie I Andrews, Mural Gardner Comer Archie Green Mack Thompson who were so kind and helpful ,

more than seventeen yearsit Mrs. Lex Green Publicity-Mrs. star Joan Crawford while she was Perryman, Madge and Jim Chas- Jimmy Young Steve and Ruth during the illness and death of our #
has been my observation that in Jacksonville Monday Seems teen Jimmy and Martha Moore, beloved wife I
L. G. Powell and Mrs. E. L. Matthews I I Simmons Douglass White and and mother for the ..
much sickness Is caused by that Martell when ten monthsold I Chessie ,
I Radio-Mrs. J. R. Kelly; Joyce Ward Devrick John Godwin Mack McGriff many words of sympathy the
man's failure to receive the i Hostess; -Mrs: Charley E. Johns also posed for a pix with Ethel and Paul Raymond, Tom Chris Carrat Judge and Lois beautiful flowers and the good Similar To Above Picture .

Lord Jesus Christ as his personal I Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mrs. J. R. Joan while in Honolulu and the and Tommie Nolin, Seeber .and Perryman Frow and Beth Strick- food sent. We wish to especially ,-

saUour. Others have a Kite Patriotic Activities-Mrs. L. famous actress remembered Eloise Goodman, W. L. and Mil-I land, Gene Shaw and Rita Cars- thank Dr. Ritch and Dr. Zieglerfor
definite need for Chiropractic A. Davis. Tony and Mae Gonzalez spent dred Thigpen Marian and Glenn well Whew! Anybodyelse their kind services. The
care In either ease it has been I the weekend in Tampa and at Conner Arth and Phyllis Strick-I ? husband, W. E. Thornton; daughters $119.95

oar privilege to care for them The December meeting will be tended the Cigar Festival where land. Vivian and Al Harley Thel- So long See you in the Annie Mae Morris Selma
and to provide health benefits held at the home of Mrs. Bertha I Norma Gonzalez Tony's sister and I ma and Monk Dinkins (ask Monk 'next Bronson, Willie Mae McIntyre; '

which they had not previously 'I Pearce. ex-Callstreeter was elected first about his "accident"), Dot and -Carolyn and son, Elbert Earle. II I
enjoyed. Mrs. Johns, with cohostess, Mrs. j I maid of the Queen's Court in the I .

For an honest evaluation of Steve Simmons, served a dessert I festival beauty contest '

your health problems visit the course during the social hour. Charlie Quick and J. R. Taylor S
were in Brunswick Ga., Nov. 3-5,
BOLLINGER Birthday Dinner attending a meeting of Hercules

CHIROPRACTICCLINIC Powder Co.'s Quarter Century
I For Mrs. WhiteheadMrs.
Club Charlie had the honorof

I Sam Whitehead celebrated being elected President of the

Starke, Fla. her 65th birthday anniversary last club for 1956 On the week- To the who's
calendar: Youth Fellowshipof man thinkingaboutbuyinganewtruck
Located 3 blocks north of the I Sunday with a turkey dinner. end the Presbyterian Church weiner
Post OfficeConsultation Among those attending were her i
roast at the Bob Paterson home
I children Mr. and Mrs. Guy Par-
Free Camp Blanding Saturday night
rish and family of Brooker, Mr.
Lady Assistant Members will meet at the
and Mrs. A. B. Whitehead and
church for transportation at 5
Office hours dally except Thurs. family, Mr. and Mrs. J. B White- p.m. Sorry to hear that little :

I 9:00 to 12 1:00 to 5:30: head and children and Mr. and Rebecca McMillan has been on

I Evenings & Thurs. by ..tppt.r I i Mrs. Leslie Whitebead and chil- the sick list for two weeks .
I dren, all of Lake Butler Mr. and Nice to see Byron Newcomb

Mrs. V. E. Raulerson and family home on a three-day pass from

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. AlexanderJr. 'Ft. Jackson S. C. Shep Faber

and children all of Jacksonville I'and 16 members of his science .

and Allen O. Whitehead of class visited the Ross Allen reptile -
':Amarillo, Texas. All of the chil- institute at Silver Springs

'dren 'were present except Mrs. II last Saturday Haven't heard

,Joe Parrish and Mrs. F. L. Kleck- of anyone bringing any snakes 9

I er of Jacksonville N. C. home as souvenirs, however .

Also attending were her brothers Hear that Virginia Darby and

and sisters Misses Peculia Katie Wainwright of in picked days up last 150 .:} And what you're missing is more than > Surely you don't' want to miss the dependability -
Eula and Ella Norman, Mrs. J. C. : pounds pecans two
Yarbrough of Lake Butler Mr. week Good for reducing the "maybe," it'a for sure-if you haven't yet the"over-the-years economy for

f ana Mrs. Lonzie Norman and waistline, they say :Martha visited your Dodge truck dealer. which Dodge is so well known. '
Jane Phillips, 10, is having to \
Mr. and Mrs. Leon L. Renfroe of "-

Starke, and Mrs. S. P. Yarbroughof an stay ear home infection from school. Spotted because Shel-of J):::>: Do you want to miss a rock-bottom price? > You don't want to miss Dodge safety-

r Raiford. lie Hall now clerking in Ducky's.The Perhaps you haven't realized that Dodge which includes the biggest wrap-around wind-

1 I '. At the noon hour a basket din- Fred Graudons and children trucks actually cost less than you'd pay for shield of any truck on the road, the shortest
ner was spread out on the lawn. will soon be moving in from
WHEN HOWUNG, ONE Kingsley Lake They've pur- corresponding models of most other makes. turning radius. Or Dodge superior cab comfort.

COYOTE MAY SOUND uxtAH WSCS chased the Henry R. Dobbs place Forward Look styling.
ENTIRE. PAe <. f ffV MeetingsCircle east of town (across from Margaret J f> Do you want to miss power so high it

----.I--- ISI Two of the Methodist ; Miller's) Henry a Navy leads the field Consider this: with engines of > In short, you can get a whale of a lot

>r real tuwlipg values in WSCS met Monday afternoon at man is being transferred to Cali- truck for a good deal less money than
169 to'175 more
Christmas gifts see the 3 o'clock in the educational build- fornia Fred says he expectsto horsepower, Dodge overpowers every
BULLIXGTOX STUDIO AXD ing. The devotional was given do some "tall farming" on his other leading make of truck in the l lowand you think! Stop in and see your Dodge truck.

GUT: SHOP. Our store b by Mrs. C. W. Savage, while partson four acres of land The Zenas medium-tonnage fields. dealer right away-don't miss anything!
stocked with top quality mer- the program were presented by Tetstones have bought the E. J.

chandise prices are always Mrs. A. F. Sauls Mrs. O. W. Blume house at 612 Collins, and

low. Going to a birthday party White and Mrs. W. B. Parks. the Leslie Bradleys have moved
into 427 S. Walnut The
a shower or any other Circle Three met at the same
Francis R. Danney family of
time with Mrs. Bertha Pearce.
such festivity that calls for a
Miss Jax have bought a home in Pine- JobRatedTRLICICS
? 'See first! You'll be Kate Struth gave the devotional
tin us
haven Orie and Paul Hutch-
and Mrs. J. F. McCombwas
;lad you did. \ ings have moved back into the
in charge of the program. -'"
fl.UOill Ley-.1-Way the GIFTof I Kaufman apartment on S. Water

jour choice. WMU Circle Ten after living in the country for the ,

past six months \

Circle 10 of the Baptist '.MU.. Sorry to hear that Marvin ,

pmL17STUDIO met Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the: Brown broke his foot while playing Hardy Brothers Motor Co.
home Mrs. Orie .
of Wiggins. Mrs soccer at school. /ecenUy, and
AND GIFT SHOP Myldred Cuttino had charge o:f has been on crutches Jimmy ,

the program. Ritch is clerking for his uncle at

Refreshments were served after. Starke Hardware after school and i DODGE PHONE 69 PLYMOUTHrAcm .

the program by the hostess, Mrs, on Saturdays Albert Stefanelli i

Wiggins. writes his parents from Germany .: ----- -. ,-

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(=srr-srrrsrS- rrrssrs nsrs--- ssrrrrreri Mrs. E. M. Hazen of Brookeris 'Band Mr.: and Mrs. T. H. Slade and Mr. and :Mrs.
weeks with;; Parents j Clyde :Morgan of I Ij Mrs. W. H. Nollman wfll-e

spending several SERVICE MEN Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sinclair en- j[Orlando were visiting Mrs.: J. E. !home for the weekend from Jacksonville
the V. V. Hazen families.Mr. Will Meet MondayThere
Futch Mrs.
H. L. Brownlee and
tertained 16 guests at a dinner- where she is serving on
and Mrs. Clyde Dobbs of Mrs. Lucile Davis on Sunday. !I the Federal
Jury for four
Gainesville evening will be a meeting of the bridge Thursday evening of last
were Monday
Mr and Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. !:! Air. and Mrs. R. R. Thomas
Alton Bradford County Band Parents week.
and Mrs.
guests of Mr. and children of Gainesville visited |I II [were in Lake City
Dobbs. The Dobbs also had as Association on Monday, Nov. 14, See the new Lady funbeam"Shawr Mrs. Davis i ii Sunday visit-
I mother, Mrs. Lucile !!ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs: R
weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. at 7:30 p. m. in the High School at Bullington's. i Davis, on Sunday. I II I B. Thomas.

_ THE NEWS Donald Kelly of Tampa.Mr. Thomas H. Rhoden, Specialist library. If you have a child in the

and Mrs. Barney; McRae, Jr. 2-c son of Mr. and Mrs. Schiley High School Band you are urgedto I }o'Ul{ t'urnibhe.
K,1 Trt'art"r
-- - _--- - _--- --- -I of Miami spent the weekend with Rhoden of Rt. 1, Starke, is a attend. Sell It house. 139 Church; St. Key a:
Rent Kitty-s.
It :129
Trade Temple Av"*.
member of Itchg
Mrs. Randall Chitty attended ,Mrs. W. E. Middleton spent the senior McRaes. the 2nd Inf. Div. at I

the clerk's meeting at the State Wednesday of last week with her Diamonds, I Watches? Winter Ft. Lewis, Wash. He entered the GED Test Set FOR crete S.-LE-Xew block, He.8 x Cement 8 x 16 Con-
Health in Jacksonville sister, Mrs. Mae Jones in Jack- Costume Jewelry at Bullington's. Army in March 1955 and completed per bag. Mortar Mix 11.25 pei
Wednesday and Thursday.Mr. sonville. Mrs. Charles Hardy Sr. of basic training at Camp For Nov.- 14.18 WITH A TELEGRAPH phone bag. Bradford 94. Starke.Engineering C"
and Mrs. W. C. Braumbaugh Mrs. Jim Brown Godwin and Gainesvill spent the weekend Cook, Calif. He is a cable splicer tf
with the Charles and in The General Educational Development -i FOR SALE-
and Douglas the 2nd Signal--Company and Florida SO Second Run
Capt. children the State Farm "" ""
and of spent 1 .
) of Jacksonville Eldon families. (GED) Test for a high I _. ner Strawberry planlv. Orown on
of Doctor'sLake Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robbie was formerly stationed in Ger- new ground. Heady
Mrs. C. B. Starling Low Rates now N' '
school diploma will be given next Good Results Coleman.
guests of Mr. Shaller. Mrs. Mural Gardner attended many. I Easy To Place Griffis Loop. 2tp 11 1>>
were Sunday I I the Beauty Forum in Atlanta on week, Nov. 14-18, at 6 p.m. in

and Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. The Agnes Lawson, student at FSU, Sunday and Monday. E. E. (Bunt)-Crews, who is now the BHS Library. tO WORDS OR LESS ONE INSERTION _ 53, FOR REXT, with 2 Room furnish,1cabin !
Wednesday screened
also had as guests home for the weekend. -- Bleeping
Carters M. J. was Mrs. Lloyd Green and Miss Sara serving with the Air Force in Persons interested in takingthe EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2 e ing porch. Running water and i ok-
Mrs. facilities.
last week, Apply
of of Movie Cameras, Slide Projectors Barefoot were in Daytona Beach Europe, was promoted from Airman test should call Bill Patray at Stripes, Kingsley Lake.at Stan Itohgw &
and Mrs. Ella Phillips DISCOUNT OP 15 PER CENT O* TWO
Austin [ Tape Recorders, ;Hi-Fi- Wednesday of last week. 3-c to Airman 2-c on Oct. 125 for further information. OR MORE INSERTIONS

Jacksonville.Mrs. returnedto Phonographs at Bullington's. "' Misses Norma and Gloria Edwards 12. He has been in the Air Force 25* ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID I.f ADVANCE FOR 4 X SALE-Savage Scope Xew. Reasonable!2 Hninei, i'h
N. Limbaugh i I.
T. Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Henry McKelvey of Jacksonville were Sun- since 1954. His present addressis BAND NEWS -- A. Baker. Phone 3544 Ke}-tum

her home in Lakeland on visit of Daytona Beach were weekend 'day guests of Mr, and Mrs. Merrill : A2-c Elma L. Crews, 14-551- FOR bedroom SALE OR home RENT New three ;FOR REXT-Two sleeping rooms at Heights. Fla 11 18 2ti
weeks' near
after three E. Futch I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Blake I! Edwards.Mrs. 717, 7523rd Suppran Sqdn., Box Thursday at the game between Heights Dr. H. G. Bollinger Keystone, 426:! 310 Hutto:\., downstairs Walnut. Mrs. Adelaide I WILL KEEP children in kinder.
Mrs. J. N. garten Xov. 1 for
her sisters, Walnut St. Starke. ltp I apartment. : horn*"! ommir.
Brownlee. [Jackson.Mr. Esther Gregory and daughters 135, APO 135 N. Y., N. Y. BHS and Ketterlinus the band 2tcbg 11/11 l Contact Mrs. Clyde Priest Hj.

and Mrs. H. L. and Mrs. D. S. Wescott of I Laura and Jess, of Juanita, I' READY NOW for that special dinner .
Fall Dresses half-price, whose presented a program honoring Young Double-Breasted PARTLY FURNISHED house fTT'
200 Pvt. Richard C. Murray,
Tampa and Jack Perlman of Pa. were guests of Mrs. J. H. Grade A LOW Rent. Five and bath.
Turkeys. Phone MU4. rooms; Ad-
Monday COST
Friday Saturday pod Miami were weekend guests of Fields on Wednesday and Thurs wife, Jessie Lou, lives in Keystone the Veterans. On Friday the band 4221, Opal's Turkey Farm, Flora- joins school %round Corner It,:

at Leila's. at Sen. and Mrs. Charley E. Johns day of last week while enroute to Heights, recently graduated from 'will go to Gainesville to take partin _home, Fla. tf I, Liability Insurance on Phone paved 137.Street. $SO per month Ikbg e
Dr. aDd'Mrs.. and attended the Florida-Georgia !Fort Lauderdale.Mr. the truck vehicle maintenancecourse the Gator Growl festivities. I
Clinical TEN
tended the 28th annual Collegeof ,game on Saturday. 'I| and Mrs. Horace Cockrell, at the Armored School, I Contact Us Concerning the REAL ESTATE

Assembly of the American Jr. are spending this week in Fort Knox, Ky. Pvt. Murray is Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen spend ten minutes to investigate NEW INSURANCE
held at Hobbs spent the week this LAW :2 ...
Surgeons I Jimmy position as exclusive representative story .011. In need of remjJrliDg -
Osteopathic end in Jacksonville visiting Mr. New Buffalo, Mich. visiting his the son of Alex F. Murray of and family visited Mr. and Mrs. in Bradford County for ,,I 500 Block North Walnut

the StaUer Hotel in Washington, and ,parents, Mr. and Mrs Cockrell, Florahome and entered the Armyin Wayne Douglas in Jacksonvillelast :the fourth largest company of its No Membership Fees Street IB StarLe, Lot 50' x I W'.
Oct. 30 to Nov. 3. and Mrs. W. K. Haller sons. kind in the world and I will spenda paiement and nldenalk
D. from paid. t
I Sr. March 1955. He completed Sunday, and all visited the half day to drive Sacrifice
to your county at *500.00: .
Ver- naif-price, BEST a U or
Fall Dresses
Mrs. S. G. Denmark, 1 I 200 Mr. and Mrs. John T. Clardy basic training at Ft. Jackson, S. C. Zoo in the afternoon. [to meet you. We are a sales organ IN TOWN I ':.:WOO Inelndlag abstract and
a non Silcox, Mrs. Carl Roberts Friday, :Saturday and Monday1 Beach ization I furnishing: leads and a I curtey,
and children of Daytona Mrs. J. M. Mixon and daughter -I monthly bonus. Local references 6 Months Policies
and Mrs. H. :M. Hatcher Jr. en at Leila's.Mr. spent Wednesday to Saturday of, Pvt. Stanley Clark, son of Mr. required, reliable automobile essent I Bin.n-Q.lK Stand air eoBdllloued -

tertained 12 guests at luncheon- and Mrs. J. G. Holton and with his sister, Mrs. [and Mrs. I. E. Clark of Starke, of Williston spent Thursday ial. Spend ten minutes to give a and 3 room fnraUaed cottage
last I of last week visiting Mrs. J. E. brief resume of E. la rear. Lot 75
Officer's Mr. and Mrs. Eston your background. Doyle CONNER x 131<1' OB Mate
bridge Wednesday at family and 'Sarah Hunter and family.Mr. i graduated recently from the Message ,Futch and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.Mrs. Apply room 6, Commerce Building, Roads 17, 100 and :20, new nkop.
Club, honoring Mrs. A. B. Baker, Jordan and family were sight- and Mrs. George R. Powell j I Center Procedure Course, Gainesville, 8:30 to 10:30: only INSURANCE AGENCYPh. pine. renter under ronxtraetion.
Mrs. Eustis VVe-
on Sun Hugh Ingram, 4tchg 11/18 klgrok* g.15000: to V4OO.OM.
who, with her family is movingto seeing in St. Augustine 'of Newton, N. C. are visiting Mrs.J. Camp Gordon, Ga. This eight ,McKnight and Dr. A. Y. Coving 285 Onner forced to sell because of
136 W. Call poor health Situated
Jacksonville soon. day.Mrs. Moncrief accompanied H. Fields this week. weeks' course trains selected enlisted ;t ton attended the VD Clinic atthe STROIT REALTY PalatLa, population, 10.00O.bjtltr of
Hallmark Christmas Cards, your J. H. I
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wigginsand men as Signal Message 1 State Board of Health in
imprinted at Bullington'a. her daughter, Mrs. Robert : :Mre hunting lodge on lake with Florida
name : Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Shaw Clerks who receive and process Realty Co.
Jacksonville Monday.Tpiwijl large Jot.
to on Reasonably priced for ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Martinez and I Underill and baby daughter ire attending the Cattlemen's Association messages for transmission by quick sale. SARATOGA HEIGHTS Of Starke

children of Jacksonville spent the Mrs. Underill's home in Charleston I Pensacolaand j' I
in of
meeting electrical means UNIT
: No.2
weekend with Mr.- and Mrs. Joe. I S. C. for two weeks' visit. : Panama City. They will return messenger communication.Ov Pvt. Clark will .-- -. .- -. .' .- Ion Ideal, etc.for motor Price =*court.IMHM gas ta- ;! 355: Temple .tu. Phone 3S3

Martinez. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hall and Three bed room macoary komri !. Stark, Florida
home Saturday. now be reassigned to an active BOW nadrr .
Shuford will REALTY construction In
Tommy McLendon of the State Mr. and Mrs. Sid
Mrs. R. C. Dampier and son the U. S. The Markt'H newest additUn. Price
unit Army. Johnle Hansen :
with the weekend on a fishing RepresentativeStarke te RADIOS REPAIRED
Farm spent the weekend spend Mr. in the'' trteraas $100.00Tit It application
Marc Jackson. trip on the Steinhatchee River. Billy visited Dampier Signal School, located near Augusta Fla.l to purchase, $50.00 In I All Mike All Model
Veterans Hospital in Lake City thirty days and $233.00: at cloning Reaionnble
.I Ga. furnishes trained signal I O. Box 307 Price charier guarantee
to non veterans $250.00: CIIAS. C. SHEPHERD
Sunday.Mrs. technicians to units allover I with application I
army to purchaseand T01 W. Call'St. Stark Pk. ZS'i
FREE. 4-H AND FFA ANGUS CALVES M. J. Austin and Mrs. the world. Ph. Waldo HO-8-2371 as low as $500.00 at closing.15uv i
to be at the i Ella Phillips spent last Thursdaywith Sun., Mon:, and Tues. I now and select the interior LICENSED WELL DRILLER. Sam
given I
away Nov. 13. 14, 15 FOR SALF.-55 inch Crane Sink colors and tile for bath and kit- I Jordan. We guarantee Water
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter. Mrs. E. L. Matthews was hostess Metal Cabinet and fixtures $40. chen. See the plans, keep them Phone 5J962. MHrose, Fla. hill:
FRIENDS OF SUN LAKE SALE A-3 Allen O. Whitehead of at luncheon on Wednesday- DOUBLE FEATURE- I Mrs.! A. R. Seibert. Rt. 1, Box 360 overnight. and make your selection. -
Kingsley Lake. If YOU want to own a FARM-RAISED, corn.fed Turki-
Amarillo AFB;> Texas is home on a prior to the Woman's Club meet- This Island Earth I ltp tome it will pay YOU to investigate hen and gobblers Phone "-

Registered Aberdeen-Angus Cattle 42 day furlough. His next assignment ing honoring the guest speaker.Mrs. FOR SALE-One Magic Chef Space this.FLORIDA. Maurice Edwards Jr. 2h'hlIi r :"
IX TECHNICOLOR Heater, slightly used. Reason-
will be Korea. [ C. C. Mendoza, of Jackson- With Jeff Morrow and Faith I I able. Phone :!S9-W. Itp REALTY CO. FOR SALE-Electric bathroom

90 FEMALES -- 20 BULLS I Mrs. Effie Johns spent last Friday ville. Also enjoying the luncheon Domergue I Of Starke heaters Cheap. Also new new never electru uncratcd' irone

in Hawthorne visiting her with Mrs. Matthews and I BULL-DOZING -- FILL I Apply Floral Motel 2 miles X

Kissimmee Livestock Auction Market 12 noon, Saturday niece, Mrs. F. W. Webb. guest were Mrs. Kearns of Jacksonville -AND- i DIRT .. LAND CLEARING 355: Temple Real Estate Ate. Telephone Broker 3S3 Starke on 301. 2tp Ji 1*

Miss Clara Leaman wag among Mrs. C. L. Scholl club Jesse James vs. The Mark*. Florida FOR SALE-Used 20 gal. Water

NOV. 19 KISSIMMEE the 85 persons attending a daylong I president, Mrs. M. W. Cressler Daltons Oyster Shell Peat Humus I I screened Heater. baby Good crib condition with mattrex-, am

Conservation Conference in 2nd vice-president, Mrs. J. W. Bldg. Sand- Fating DrivewaysOVID WANTED PECANSXo : I Good W. Pratt Condition.St. S. M. Faber, ,21

Jacksonville recently. The pro- Kincaid past president Mrs. T. IN TECIIXICO.LOR quantity too large or too smalL lUhsWAXTED

conducted the Gen- Mrs. Men- With Brett King and Barbara Cash market prices. See us be- -Experienced
', gram was by J. Griffin, mother of LEWISW. for selling. Dillar Keene, 117 W.Brownlee I tary four afternoons legal se.'re

eral Extension Division of Florida doza, and Mrs. W. E. Middleton.C. Lawrence Madison St. Starke Phone 1S7 12tp 1216PHONE _Box 842. Starke. per week lU'hg

Beautiful Healthy Parrakeets in co-operation with the Florida C. Hoppe of Tampa spent Plus Cartoon PIL 356WWANTED i FOR REXT Modern furnished i -

Rose Parrakeet FarmOn Federation of Garden Clubs. several days last week with Mrs. I tage, school bus and mail rout*
;, Billy 200 Fall Dresses, half-price, Wed.. Thurs.Nov.. 16.17 -I II 10 minutes drive of tark.. S'
O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. W. per mo. W, S. Sibley Phone ,:iS"'.
Highway 21 Keystone Heights j Friday, ,Saturday :ana Monday .- DOUBLE FEATURE -100,000 or more green Keystone Heights. It:>
Kincaid. They were joined during pine sapling posts 7' long 3" to 5 in
at Leila's.Mr. diameter
On The WaterfrontWith measurementswith -
FOR REXT-Spacious down stain -
:c and Mrs. Rufus Tatum of the weekend by Mrs.: Hoppe and bark on; and 30,000 to 30,000 room apartment: 2 bedroom, 3
Fish Black Mollies 7% lonp same diameter. to be
Tropical Marlon Brando bath
Jacksonville were Tuesday and loaded 324 N. Walnut St. See
son, Jimmy. on railroad cars at any
y call Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, phone f
Baby birds easily trained, full of love and affection. Make Wednesday guests of Mr. Tatum's I -AND- point to 3500 on to Seaboard the car and Railroad.are to 3000 be tf,'1 :;

wonderful pets.All in full plumage in all colors. Blues In all sister, Mrs. Lucile Davis. SEALED{'.BIDS\I.L FOR will It be IDS taken until So This Is Paris purchased from two to f.o.b.three loading cars a week.point, i, FOR REXT wo bedroom furnished -

shades. Yellows, greens, and white., Also yellow-faced blues. Mrs. Jesse Newsome, Mrs. Morris 9:30 A.M., December 5, 1955 for fur. Interested parties contact. Florida 414-J cottage, also Apt. Xu 1- :
Williams and Mrs. Mary Bo- nishin to the Board of County IN TECHNICOLOR Fence PORt Company Inc.. rooms nicely furnished ele,'tr,s
All raised and acclaimated to our Florida climate. Hundreds to lick in Commissioners of Bradford County \\ith Toney Curtis and GloriaDellaven Wauchula. Florida. 4tchjr 12/2 !! kitchen. Adults. U mile from Citv
spent Tuesday Jasper Florida: FOR REXT-Unfurnished five room i limits <-n Bessant Road Rt t, E'<->x
choose from. visiting Mr. and Mrs.: S. A. Mc- 315 feet of 7 ft. (Custodian type) I masonry bungalow, shower, car 440. left turn at Call St. bridge
Galvanized Chain link fence fabric Plus Cartoon PINE ACRES PARK port screened porch. nice lawn. 1 mile. tfeh?
OVER A THOUSAND BREEDERS ON HAND : 6 ft. of 9 gauge 2" mesh, with Desirable location. 713 Laura St.
Call.Among those attending the 1 ft. of 3 strand barbed wire on Phone 137. tfchg: RUBBER STAMPS made to order;
top. 2" O.D. Galvanized steel pipe Large building lots, 100x300 daters, numberers,
Also Beautiful Selection of Cages funeral of A. M. Pettit, Sr. in line posts. no toprail. I Fri., Sat. Nov. 18, 19. facsimile notary seals.
:and over, less than 2 miles S.E. II Bradford County
Alachua Tuesday afternoon were 114ft wide Double drive gate DOUBLE FEATURE SALE-Coleman Oil Heater Telegraph tf
with handle-tjpe locking assembly af Starke and 200 ft. I No. <44,
only off $15; Youth bed, springs
his stepson. Sen. Charley E. Johns. all weld joints galvanizedand ROCKE MANWith
coated !Ughvvay 100 Palatka I 2 mattresses and bedspread,
plastic over galvanizing ( Road). $20. BILL
Mrs. Johns and Jerome and SOTO
1 -- 1 5/8* frame. 200 E Adkins St. tf
leyann Johns, Mrs. J. W. AndrewsSr. 2 3" O.D. Gate Terminal posts. Charles Coburn and Ann !Drhe in on the new, graded entrance .

and 2 3" O.D. Corner Terminal posts. Francis road at creek bridge for SIGN SHOPOne
Lucile Davis
Mrs. Rev.
2 3" O.D. End Terminal Posts. Lixt your Farms, Hou r", Acreage -
Mrs. L. D. Haines, Mrs. W. B. 'completely installed at County Jail, -AND- talk with owner. The lots have and I.otn :Mile South
I Starke. Bradford County. Florida. \VK !ELL THEM
Mundy and Mrs. J. A. Griffin. The Doard of County Commissioners FAR HORIZANS minor restrictions. Good title On Keystone Highway

Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long are reserves the right to reject any and abstract FLORID nE.tLT"OIPUY
'and all bids. '1stl\i ion and Technicolor of Stark Phone 178-L
spending Saturday and Sunday in BOA RD OP COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -
Dedicated To Community Service BRADFORD COUNTY, With Charlton Heston and Fred C. E. Boedecker 355: Temple Ate. Phone asa All
Baconton, Ga. visiting Mr. and Signs
-Movie Are Better Than E>erH FLORIDA MacMurray Starke, Fla. 11111.|
Mrs. J. W. Jackson. (OFFICIAL SEAL)
David G. Scott Decatur, Ga. By Charles A. Darby. Plus Cartoon and Serial )"{AXTED-I.ight housekeeping job. zz, PAID ON SAVINGS KEY.
If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad of Clerk of said County. I HEAT\ Will care for one or two children. STONE: STATE BANK KEY.
spent the first of the week with 11/11 2t CURING Plant now open at Write Mrs Irene Green, ..
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS'I' 11/18 ,: -- -r----- .fti---- Starke Ice Company. 4tcbg 11/18 McRae, Kt. 2, Box 183. c/o H. M. STOXE HEIGHTS. FLA., MEM-
,[his Mrs. O. L. I Starke. ltD HER FnIf!
.- daughter, Haynes,, ---- ---

SAT.. NOV. ONLY Sun., Mon., Tues. Jr.Mr.

DOUBLE FEATURE Nov. 13,14,15 and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith i

n returned home Tuesday for a 4e

week's vacation in New York
THE MAN you'll _

never forget! City.Mrs.. K. G. Duncan returned .A :

II home Tuesday after a week's observation -
: I _
JAMES annd treatment in the 44

II I Oschner Clinic, New Orleans.

: STEWART I Mrs. Lowell Mathews spent the

in past week with friends at Jack-

H' THEMAN sonville Beach.

]I Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis and

''daughters spent the weekend in

Tchula, Miss. visiting Mrs. Lewis'
parents :Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bed-

!' 1 :IftRAMIE: j!well, who celebrated their 50th

< ,wedding anniversary on Sunday.
100 to 1 odds A COLUMBIA PICTURE
again1hu Miss Faye Lawson was home

but Roppp I A WILLIAM PRODUCTIONCINbUScoPi GOETZ I for the weekend from Bessie Tift I iii:

College. Ga.
i i Forsythe,

: Mrs. Olin White. Sr. and Mrs.

I TECHNiroiOR M. L. Lawson were in Gainesville _

I shopping Tuesday ana also i-i 1TI 1-

I Plus "Keforni Wolf Cartoon and visited Mr. and Mrs. Wlbur

Latest World News Scott.

.. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Austin of .. k _
.... MRS. W. J. EPPERSONWed. Minnesota spent several days this --1 I
g .-.i: week with Mrs. Alex Shelp. J Th

-.J,, .:W.AND ..... Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Shaw and I
Thurs. Fri.
.. ,
... ........ .. .:...... Nov. 16, 11, 18 :Mr. and :Mrs. Floyd Wiggins are jL ffW
delegates to the State Cattlemen's -- '- -

7I7iAiLSttIR : Convention in Panama City. They ,--' I

left and will I.
Wednesday Your choice of 29 all-new Plymouth models, including an an ____
HERBERT YATES and HERBERT WILCOX Saturday.Mr. new line of Suburban I
r WEA1\\t\\ station wagons in 3 low price-ranges.
pte3entTROUBLE I and Mrs. Hollis Knight and __-F -

i Mrs. D. E. Knight spent Wednes-
day afternoon in Jacksonville.Mrs. .

:: Maxie Carter, Sr. took her GOING I

IN GLEN -; uuttIi,,;:;;;. : mother, Mrs. William Starling, PLACES IIVITH

THE .. f' to the Baptist Hospital on Wednesday .
atllMaIIUCllET 4' KELLY : for several days of observation -

IOCKWOOO and treatment.Mr. THE YOUNG IN
eo-sUmnf : and Mrs. Carlton chastain

VICTOR MclAGIlN'JOHN McCALlUM DAILEY and children of Hampton were
llliCOLOI by CoUafe4IIIPUIIJ \ Cvn last Thursday evening supper I

:PIOCUCTIDI i guests of :Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sappat With all-new
& 1CssEi Puh-Button Drlvin:, Aerodynamic Styling, and. 90-90 Turbo- T i' PUSH-BUTTON DRIVING
:: l1jTU. 'f- Camp Blanding.Mrs. .
Plus Dora Sink of Lexington, Torque Power, Plymouth again captures the spirit of our day in gleaming '_ With a finge .!jp touch you
"Slap Lion" Cartoon
Happy i i DOLORES : metal Outside, it's bold Aerodynamic I select your driving As
and Chapter No. 2 Serial. : N. C. is making her home with new Stling..longer..bigger. range.

GRAY J her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. one long sweep of beauty up to distinctive new rear fins. Inside: it's roomier :, i Then easyaHickingac.htitch Plymouth's fully automatic !-

MRS. E. K. FERRYMAN Rudolph Sink. with new "miracle" fabrics! On the road, it's breath-taking. .". as Plymouth's -- -- 1 PowerFlite! the world's

f MICHAEL KInD Mr. and Mrs. R O. Dansby and new 90-90 Turbo-Torque Power snoo thestnstadranced I
gives you Top Thrust at Tale-Oj! transAllnew -
I U41'1c1we' son, :Mickey, visited Mr. and Mrs.A. mission_takes over.
COMING SOON L. Carr in Jacksonville Sun -

Plus "Ready Set Zoom" Cartoon
To Catch A I day.Mrs. I
Thief and Latest World Xews I John Scott of Oxford was >- 1' PL YIVIOU7H

I last Friday and Saturday guest of ; Aerodynamic J156

the L. S. Hutto .
Drive it at your Plymouth dealer's today I PCMFRIDAY.


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11 1933 _
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""fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.MAXVILLE ,.unday.: little Bobby Godwin is ill again. Farmers Are Told I II Revenue each year.

Miss Kathleen Denmark of The doctor has put him to bed'for r I
To Keep Records This report is filed as a part of _
Jacksonville visited Misses June thirty days. Surely hope he will I tax return. _
Federal income
;and! Shirley Higgenbotham Sunday soon be well and out. __ For Social Security He his pays a social security tax of

By Mrs. C. B. iffolanBaptist and attended Church servicseat The members of the Maxville re-I 3 per cent on his net income of
in this
the Maxville Baptist Church Home Demonstration Club will -
to in the taxable
$tOO $4200
.AL AA AL LA AL IA LIII A A A AlA at [minded by Luther G. ,, up
night. meeting
Sunday hold workshop
year. Payment of the social security
Church Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higgenbotham -'Mrs. Chilson's home on Tuesday, manager of the Gainesville district I tax is required by lawn
the Social Administration
Office of Security
To la\e NurseryTwo visited their son and Nov. 8. We are planning to make ( that should though no Federal income is du

at the Maxville daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. burlap rugs. I they
rooms :McDowall points out thai) tf
keep some type Of record to show
Baptist Church are being paintedand Franklin Higginbotham and family The regular meeting of the 1 from [the farmer fails to keep records
the amount of
this week for a in Jacksonville for awhile Sun- Club will be tkZ I
fixed up I Home Demonstration |,and fails to make proper reports
:G ; the sale of farm products during
nursery. The furniture including day.Rev. I on Tuesday, Nov. 15, at the Max of his earnings, he stands co lose
five cribs are to be delivered this I and Mrs. Lester Taggartand ville Civic Club. All members 4 E: '.: .. 1955 and future years. This record valuable insurance protection for
will be needed to enable them to
of &
week and it plans are carried out I family were dinner guests will bring sandwiches and eat r : himself in his own old age and for
it win be ready for use by nextj Mrs. Dora Byrd and E. C. Pad- lunch at the club. : J report their earnings. for !I i his family if he should die at any I

Sunday's services. gett Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and : j security purposes."The I II age Farmers who desire information *

Mrs :Mary Wellhausen is visit : and Mrs. Tommy Smith sons attended funeral services in .- L .- time to start maintaining on the new law should get in

ing her son and daughterinlawthis and family of Jacksonville visited Palatka Sunday for Mrs. Nolan's ; : I a record of farm products sold I touch with the Gainesville Social
with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nolan : : .1 |was January 1, 1955. If thisrecord I
week, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest uncle, Cyrus P. Cannon who pass- :Security office located at 18 N W
..-? has not been kept, the time
and familv Sundav. .
Wellhausen and family. ed away last Friday afternoon at 1st St.This. _
Funeral ServIces Held Mr. and Mrs. J.:C. Nolan visited I to start is now," McDowall as
a Palatka hospital.
with Mrs. Nolan's mother and I serted. !
For Paul Wilkinson i We are proud to welcome a new
Funeral services were held last father, Mr. and Mrs.Arthur, Wil- :"Beauty Shop" into our vicinity.It I For a self-employed farmer to 1

Wednesday morning at 11 a.m., kinson Sunday evening. !become eligible for old-age andsurvivor5
is operated by Mrs. Nell Roland I
the Estes Kraus Willing Workers Club insurance benefits, he !
Nov. 2, at and is located in Baldwin on the '
Funeral Home in Jacksonville for The Willing Worker's Club met the Baldwin I must receive credit on his social

Paul Wilkinson who passed away Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 3, at same School. street as CAP Squadron Members of the Keystone Civil Air Patrol quadron who partici-jsecurity account for his income. I'

last Monday. Mr. Wilkinson was the home of Mrs. C. B. Nolan. pated in Civil Defense ceremonies recently were: (kneeling, 1 to r) And with just a simple journal to

an employee of the Jacksonville After the business meeting the James Coleman was a weekend Members Attend Cadets Myron Prevatt, Roger Rivers, and Robert Salmon. Standing record his sales, etc., he can maintain -I

Dog Track. He was a former children enjoyed games and later guest in Avon Park as the Giddens guestof Wing Convention (1 to r): Capt. Bert Christoffers, squadron commander; Lt. J. D. a basic record which will
refreshments. Those his fiancee: Miss Judy
Maxville. He is survived were served Lt Jackie make it possible to accurately report -
resident of : Seymour, Collins, CoL Harold Ashley, group commander,
by one sister, Mrs. Da enjoying this occasion were: and family. i The Civil Air Patrol Wing Convention Lt Lillian Cosgrove? Lt. Johnny Hammond, Lt. his annual self-employment
Roy Browning,
Susie Harris Francis Coleman and his bride i
Starling of Jacksonville and sev- Linda Waters, f, James was held in Naples last Lt. Bert Christoffers Sr. '
'eral nieces and nephews, includ- Bell, Billy Nolan Bobby Nolan to be will be at home to their weekend with all squadrons in the: ters. I

E. Wilkinson of Maxville. Interment Alvin Padgett Carolyn Chil- friends in the Joe Lucas house State represented.From :Colsons last Saturday. family. Miss Elaine Crosby of Jacksonville -

ing wa3 made in the Long ison. Shirley Higginbotham, Bonnie -Monday, Nov. 14, following their the local Squadron, Capt I Little Mary Beth and Sally Gano Mrs. Duton has returne4 to her is spending a few days wither is the best propagandaI've
Ressie Carlton
Padgett Alene Sweat, Henry wedding on the 12. Bert Christoffers, Lt. Austin Bell, of St. found jet for *"
Branch Cemetery.Rev. Augustine spent a few days home- in San Diego, Call after'two ..before leaving for Pompano Beach dining out

C Crews and family of Wellhausen, Wade GodwIn. B. F. The Baldwin Homecoming Foot- Lt. Walter King, and Harry recently with their grandparents, spending weeks with the Bill i to reside with her brother, Rich- Just

Macclenny were dinner guests Coleman, Helen Sweat and Billy ball game will be held in Macclenny Baker attended by plane. Lt. the R. F. Ganos. Genovars.Mr. ard. She will be there. give your mana
Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Waver(Godwin. Thursday night. They will Roy H. Browning, Jaque Collins, The Marshall Motts and infant : and :Mrs. Carl Thomas of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Parrish of chance to see

Grills and family.Mr. Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family 1 play Crescent City. A dance will :Pat Christoffers, Gene Edelstein, I'son of Williston were weekend Monticello were weekend guests of |Worthington Springs, and Henry How bozingdhbwashbgcanbe

and Mrs. Charles Starlingand had as their guests yesterday be held at the Baldwin Gym af and Dr. Donald M. Christoffers. i guests of the N. C. Motts. the Tim Thomas family.Mr. Carlton of Dukes were guests of !

son of Jacksonville were dinner Mrs. Waters' mother and father and, I ter the game.RobersonWaters. drove to the convention. I I The Harley Shaws visited Mary and Mrs. G. A. Gay and son I Rev. and Mrs. Ressie Carlton last
Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rehberg I Members the Keystone Thomas and Julia Schover in Bald I I I
guests Sunday of o. were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Sunday; and accompanied them toI
Ed Wilkinson and family. her sister and brother-in-law,children Mrs. Dorothy Waters announces: Squadron wish to thank the people win last Sunday. and Mrs. Gerald Gay in Jackson church services at Fairbanks. GUIDON GRILL

Friends of Mrs. Clyde Cannon and Mrs. H. J. Moore and I the engagement and approaching of Naples for the wonderful Mrs. :Mary Thomas of Baldwin vile In the afternoon they visit II Sarah Carlton accompanied

will regret to l arn that she has of Earlton Beach. :marriage of her daughter,_ Shirley hospitality extended to members spent a few days last week with ed the Zoo.Rebecca Beady Carlton and Shirley Green George Kopelousos, Owner __

been ill at her home for the past Friends of Mrs. Sallie Harris Margaret, to Bill Roberson of attending the convention, and to the Harley Shaws. Thomas of Jacksonville:\of Gainesville to Dade City tojVisit ___

several days will be glad to learn that her'Jacksonville. The wedding will Col. Moody for a very educational.I Visiting the Dennis Hodge family was the weekend guest of Mr. and: Miss Green's parents last Starke Fla.ALVAREZ' _
Baby Copeland arm is improving right along and take place in Jacksonville on Sat meeting.BROOKER. Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Freddy:Mrs. Bob Thomas. I weekend.

Mrs. Gladys Copeland had a that the cast will be taken off urday evening, Nov. 12. Miss: Clark and family of Lake City and j Little Stevie Polk, son of Mr.I I -

baby daughter born Thursday, soon now. Waters is a lifelong resident of fVVVVVYVVyyyyyyyyyyyyy :Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Todd of Starke. and Mrs. Frank Polk of Trenton,

Nov. 3, at the St. Vincent's Hospital ,i Mrs. Opal Hill was a business Maxville and attended school here Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stokes Jrvisited i returned home Sunday after spend-

in Jacksonville. The young][visitor in Jacksonville last Friday.Mr. I at the Maxville Grammer School { Mrs. S. A. Darity of Ala-'ing two week with the Edd S.J II STOREWINKLER Men'sClothing

lady weighed 8 lbs. and 6 oz. and and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and and also the Baldwin High School. chua last Sunday.Mr. j Polk family. I Established 189.1 _

Elaine. son, Bobby, were business visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Shaw visit : Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thomas
has been named Janet Mr. Roberson is the son
P. T. A. MeetingA in Starke last Tuesday afternoon. land Mrs. Owen Roberson of Jas By Mrs. E. B. CasttenBrooker ed :Mr. and Mrs. Dave Shaw in La- "spent I the weekend with her parents -_ -_- _

regular meeting of the Daniel Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters and( per. He graduated from the .... ... Crosse Thursday night. in DeFuniak Springs. !
were guests of Mr. Waters We extend ,' Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stokes of I % ELECTRIC
Boone PTA was held last Wednesday family [Jasper High School and spent 4-II Club our sympathy to the: SERVICE

Nov. 2. Reports were mother, Mrs. Dorothy Waters and two years in the armed services. Elects New Officers I Tyler family in the loss of their.",Edgar visited the Edd Polks Saturday -

made on the Halloween Carnival, I family Sunday. They will be at home to their: First meeting of the new season father and brother, Will Tyler ot:>I nights. Sunday guests of _
Julia Griffis the Polks :Mr. and
The Friends of Mrs. Palatka. Funeral services were! were Mrs.
which was very successful. friends here at the Taeckle apartments for 4-H Club members was held
from will be pleased to learn that she held Tuesday afternoon at Dedan i Reacy Holder and Mrs. Lizzie
meeting date was changed after their wedding.Mrs. .
Nov. 2 at the school house. Officers
restau- of Mr. and :Mrs.
lis now employed at Clay's Baptist Church. |Fowler Newberry,
the first Wednesday of Nell Parrish was a busi for the coming year were elect JC. J. Tetston and son, and Mr. and
month to the second. A special irant. Jacksonville last follows President Joan We welcome to our community
ness visitor in ed as : ,
and Mrs. Fowfer
Mr. and Mrs. .Joe Lucas Rev. John Lewis and Dewey and children RADIO
election will be held at the meet Friday. Green; Vice President Marcia Pad- family ol' ''of Starke. '
Dec. 14 to elect a second family were dinner guests Sundayof Parrish Cordele, Ga. They have moved in.
ing on and gett; Secretary, Virginia ; _
Mrs. Bud Waters Ressie Colson celebrated
Greene. Mr. and : his
Mrs. Claude ,
and third vice-president and a Mr. and Leaders Jean Endicott and to the W. M. Lawhorn house. Rev AND
Pledge ,
of Mr. Waters' ; Nov. 4.
children guests birthday was good
were Surely
Lewis is ,
Civic Club MeetingThe pastor of the Church oi
County Council representative. Ella Green Leaders,
Mary Song
Waters ; cake.
held mother, Mrs. Dorothy : birthday
Civic Club
God here.
Maxville have three
Mrs. Johnson '
and George
Mr. Ella Green.
Linda Gayle and Mary
Joan Thomas of Jacksonville _
meeting Thursday {Sunday.Mr. I Martha I ZEXITII 17"Eanston
Nellie Marvin.
visitors of },tr. their regular '
and family were Fifth and Sixth Grade officers: .95
visited her Mr. and Mrs. _
parents, _
at 8 At the and Mrs. Charles McClesse, T1814K 159
Nov. 3, p.m. r 'u
Mrs. J.
and Mrs. Doss Hlgginbotham night President, Joyce Suggs; Vice President R. Parrish of Palatka I 'Troy Thomas, Wednesday of last _
discussed to
were and children have moved back
meeting plans spent a few days last week wit '
Sunday. Mary Jane Bigham; Secre- I week. When Your TV Needs
about the new play guoundvhiclwe Maxville and are living in the Mr. and Mrs. G. A. and ,,
Miss Mickey Godwin of Jacksonville near tary, Hazel Jones; Song Leaders, Gay family Cpl. Vernon Overturf, who has Sen ice Call 166 and Service

was a visitor of Misses hope to have in the very house. Taeckle apartments. Janice Green, Juanita Drawdeyand Mrs. Florrie Hamilton of Brad-.'just returned from service in Korea flflfl.t irss a-rrassn I

June and Shirley Higginbotham i future and also a new club Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lucas were Norman Joan Parrish. enton is visiting this week with t is home with his family Shirley
224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke Florida
St. Mary'sKraft _
[Truman Pease of the business visitors in Jacksonville Miss Dorothy Ross, home demonstration :Mr. and :Mrs Zedra Hamilton and l Overturf and wife and daugh- I

Corp. was a guest at the Monday and also attended a meeting I agent, and Mrs. Holstein -

Can't Get Rid! ''meeting.I of the Duval County Playground !'cf Starke met with the girls. p- -,----:--- -T -'-.- 'i-' -
I Mrs. W. J. Bell and son, Eugene Association at the Y. W.' Sunbeam Band O/ganized -

/ of Your Cold ? I Mrs. Cuyle Wilkinson Mrs. C.: A. Building Monday night. I' Nov. 3 will be a ay long remembered I

Frank Brown and Miss Nancy Friends of Mrs. D. B. Griffis by Brooker youngsters.

Then,try for 666 greatest, the wide-activity effectiveness medIcine McPherson Auburndale were, where weekend they visitorsin wentto will regret to learn that she is illat I About 20 children met at the!! W ve got em 1.:1 I

I against all symptoms of all kinds ofcolds. : Waldo her home here. !Brooker Baptist Church, with Mrs. '

666'combines 4 potent widely- : see Mrs. Bell'3 brother, Clifton Nolan was a business;Frank Tinney as leader to organize

prescribed drugs and gives positive Pringle ordained as a Deacon in visitor in Gainesville last Monday I|a Sunbeam Band, fostered by the I!I b- I
results in of hours. Auburndale.Mrs. .
a matter Church at
the Baptist Edwin Brooker WMS. The following of-
Leslie Chilson and son,
Ita combined of therapy oil cold covers the. Henry Griffis, Choir.leader and ficers were elected: President,'' -I '
compkti rcnge symptoms.No and Ernest Wellhausen son
Church '
i at the Maxville Baptist attended the Brenda Green; Vice President,

tan other match cold 666 remedy liquid 6 6 6 i3 organizing a Junior Choir.be present The Buck football and game Henry in Macclenny lasil'hursday jgtevie 1 Tinney; Secretary, Michael :, Ford Trucks for 56 I
or 666 Cold T bletl. children are asked night between the Mac- Castlen; Treasurer Patty Coram.
to practice. I New jew' Ford
on Tuesday nights "B" Squad and the Baldwin I Girls Auxiliary styling giv
-- Mr. and Mrs. Pete GriffU had [ "C" Squad. Both Edwin I Girls from 9 to 16 years of age Trucks a look of leadership.

their guests on Sunday, Oct I,organized the Girls Auxiliary, al-t You'll be proud to put your
I I as Buck Wellhausen
2 Now 30 Mr, Griffis' nephew and family Chilson in and the game for Baldwin.,i60' fostered b'y the Brooker WMS.! With more new exclusive features name on one of these beauties!
Open played
Mr. and Mrs. Shelley Rozier j Counsellors for the GA are Mrs. E. j -
13 to 6
won the game
Raiford. Macclenny 'L. Lester and :Mrs. Roy Green. Of-!
SMITTY'SBARBER and family and Mrs.of Randolph Crosby Mr. and Mrs. Avery Slade and I fleers were elected as follows: | than any other truck line in America I .
Mr. .
i had as their guests last Tuesday,, children of Hampton visited Mrs. President, Virginia Parrish; Pro-' NEW! 8-ft. Jfton Model .

Mrs. Crosby's father and uncle,,, Blades parents, Mr. and Mrs gram Chairman, Linda Gayle F-100 Express, available for ..

SHOPCourt B. C. Butler and D. G. Butler of Claude Green Sunday. Green; Library Chairman, Barbara -I cya1s63-ftPickup

Jacksonville.Choir Mrs. Doris Strickland and Mrs. Jean Green; :Mission Study, standard. GVW 5,000 Ibs.

Street Opposite Social Sally Harris were visitors in I Joan Green; Community Missions, '

Court houseS The Maxville Baptist Church i Jacksonville last Friday. Mary Ellen Green; Treasurer, JanIce -
Choir held a weiner roast at the Misses Minnie and Evelyn Coleman ; Green; Secretary, Jean Endi-

YOUR PATRONAGEWILL church Friday night honoring the: Shirley Wilkinson, Jo Ann I 1cott. i I III _

BE GREATLYAPPRECIATED people of the church. Sing- Parrish, Charlene Wilkinson and 1 j At this meeting of organizations, '

young and roasting weiners were: [Leonard Wilkinson went to Brandj j:Mrs. H. C. Douglas served at pian- __

ing enjoyed until a late hour. Branch Sunday and took pictures list I Mrs. C. B. Stallings as song .

Mertice Hurst of Jacksonville in the Brandy Branch Park. ileader, and Joyce Castlen as young New comfort! New Driverized

D. H. SMITH Mrs.visited her mother Mrs. :Mr. and :Mrs. C. B. Nolan and I 'people's director.. -. Cabs with full-wrap windshields

Sarah Jane Griffis Sunday. sons; and Mrs. J. C. Nolan and it I These new organizations will .- ti,_ cut driving strain, help you get

at t meet the first and third Thursdaysof _ _
Owner & Operator Revival family were supper guests J ': more done with less effort.
Baptist | .
<,_ __'c _' ( >_ Let's all try to go to the Re- Pat's Drive Inn in Jacksonville each month at 3:17: pjn. If -- _ -.. _
.. -
Rev. and Mrs. C. B.
- -- - Stallings
? ---- a
_ _
next week if not every Saturday night. ;
vival some Maxville Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and and Rev. H. H. Mott attended the sip .. .. -.,
night at the .... r
Convention in Lakeland
Cove visited Mrs. Sweat's Baptist \ .
Rev. Hall of Green daughters : '
Church. : -
will conduct the services, sisters and brother-in-law, Mr. last week. ,I :

Springs night, Nov. 14. and Mrs. Griffin Hodge and },Ir.i Among those still on the sick
beginning Monday I list :Miss Lubedia Pinhonster
in Jack
meeting will and Mrs. Jimmy Hogan ,
Cottage prayer i Mrs. Mattie Barry, N. C. Mott,
night at the home sonville Sunday.Mr. .
Thursday Randolph Crosby. and Mrs.Tommy Smith and and Mrs. Dave Green. Most dollar 1
of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C. L.. Atkinson and Mrs. horsepower per
all so glad to hear that sons of Jacksonville were supper I
We are
I Wilson Russ and Mr. and Mrs.
Zell Hargroves has guests of Mr. and :Mrs.: D. J. I I
Miss Minnie Kenneth Russ of Hampton visited

improved enough week. to return to Parrish Oct. 30.Misses.and family Sunday night,,,the Francis and J .B. Russ fain, Power increases in every model from Pickups to BIG JOBSI I

[school this lilies in Apopka last Sunday.
and and
D. B. Griffis Jewel Higgenbotham
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Suggs, who is with the U.
Just A Minute, Sir Karen, ate dinner aPat's Jo Ann Parrish accompanied :Mr.I New Lifeguard steering
daughter S. Navy, would like to hear from NEWFull-wraprearwindowforgreat.!
Drive Inn in Jacksonville and Mrs. Harper and family to They're here-the great new Ford Trucks wheel helps protect driver fromsteering
his many friends. His address is:: easier parking
around Jack I Macclenny to the Baldwin-Mac- for '56 with Short Stroke power! er visibility, backing, column in collision.
visited proven a
THAT house you live in Sunday and Jack S. Suggs, SR478-33-43, Co. maneuvering Low extra cost :
sonville. clenny football game last Thurs,J573, Batt. 103, Reg. 10th Recruit Power increases up to 26%! With new Only' Ford has it. No extra cost!

don't you see how it has Little Miss Janice Bell seems to day night. Training Command, U. S. Naval styling, new comfort! NEW Tubeless tires run 250 cooler,

be improving right along and we We are glad to learn that Sim [Training Center, Great Lakes, Ill give extra mileage, resist blowouts! _

changed in the last few hope she will be able to return to eon Phillips is much improved The E. S. Polks and sons, and New Short Stroke power in every model Standard on every Ford Truck!Easier

years? Yes, it's worth more school soon. I from the recent burns that he Billie Ann Russ visited the Frank -and at no extra cost. Now, a Six and torepairtoo.

Mrs. Ruby Durrance and sons received. Polk family in Trenton last Sun seven Y-8 engines! With a wealth of NEW/ Sodium-cooled exhaust valves _
than ever before and, if and Miss Debbie Phillips were day.Mr. advancements that put these new Fords in heavy duty engines operate as ...:

lose dinner guests of :Mrs. Dora Byrd Old Reliable 4-7-5 and Mrs. Tom Fast and ahead of all other trucks much as 225 cooler, last far longer!
from and
Fire strikes, you can a Warren Land of Gainesville were apart

also Sunday.Mr. and No Longer Favorite weekend visitors of the Bill Terrys oil the road today! NEW "Special" engines with 4-barrel __ _
lot more. and Mrs. Guy Frigo
Fertilizer FormulaThe and Alan Land. I carburetors,available onSeries 600 and __ .
Vicki of Jacksonville all
daughter, Lynn Frigo'sfather Mrs. Mae :Mott visited Mr. and See the new Ford Trucks now. See up, for extra power when you need it.NEW _
Have you insured accordingly visited with old reliable fertilizer mix Mrs. Lee Crosby in Starke Thursday the ways they give you more that new [ .
and mother, Mr. and Mrs. 12-volt electrical for -
used almost exclusively 'of last week. / system ,
ture475, for than other trucks -a-..
? Pete Griffis on Sunday. your better starting, better perfbnnanqe
I ,
for ,,
in this section many years Mr. and Mrs. W. L. dark and
Singing Coruention. is no longer recommended by the 'family and Pete Hodge visited Mrs. greater electrical reserve. New Ufeguard door latches

If not, don't delay! Call on To Be Held experiment station, County Agent Corbett Horn and the Freddy Clark *fore power for your money than any other truck line NEWMasterGuide Power Steering give added protection against

..,-.-... ...... ,..... A singing convention will be George Huggins told the County family in Lake City last week. _proved by comparisons of all truck of lines.net horsepower and now available on most Cab Forward, doors springing open in an acci.F.D.A.Y. .
Nov. 20, at the suggested list prices
held on Sunday, Commission last week. I Mrs. Bobby Jones and mother, as well as most conventional BIG JOBS dent.Only Ford has this feature!
Maxville Baptist Church. Dinner "The use of higher analysis Mrs. Vidal Smith B. .
visited M.
H. C. Wall Agency will be served on the grounds and :
[fertilizers is proving to be more Bass in Newberry last Friday.
[the singing will last all afternoon.! said "as
economical, Hnggins ,
House guest of :Mr. and Mrs.
Starke. Fla. The Maxville school children 'it saves in initial cost, and in cost : Andrews Motor Co.
are welcoming little Eudell of application." Bobby Johns last week *as Neil
f Phone: 146 I Purvis of Newberry.
their fold. Eu
Chapman back in When queried as to what vegetable -
I Mr. and Mrs. E. C. and
recently moved back to
dell has fertilizer might be used in
200 E. Call Street 'daughter of the State Farm and 118
Maxville.We place Of the old favorite, 4-7-5, MADISON & ADAMS Stark, Fla.
are sorry to learn that I Huggins said 488. (their granddaughter, Patricia Ed-I If You're Interested in an (A-I) USED CAR Be Sure to See Your Ford Dealer
,- wards of Starke visited the G. B.


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,v.Vrn................. Starling and family of the State ....y.yyyyy..y......... .,....... yyyyyyyyyy9 eV.T....9... ........., WANTED PECANS

LAWTEY% Mrs.Farm.Friday Joyce evening Futch dinner and sons guest were of NORTH SIDEBy PINE LEVELby BAYLESS HUYAY\ Xo smalL quantity Cash market too large prices.or See too

CHURCHES By Mrs. Joyce T. Futch Mrs. G. W. Durham, of Jackson 'Mrs. Oscar CarterAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrs. II. M. MclUeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I By Anna Ruth Crosby1AAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAA Between us before selling.Railroad Dillard and Keene Signal,
ville, Mrs. J. P. Wyrick and Miss
A....................... Mary Julia Futch of Tallahassee Light 117 W. Brownie, ph. 187.
117 W. Brownlee, Ph.
Mrs. Norene Thomas of Jack- Mrs. C. E. Strickland of Gainesville Mrs. Oscar Carter 'and Mrs. We are sorry to report the ill Mr. and Mrs. Perry Alston and

Church The TabernacleSubject sonville was a recent visitor at Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch Carrie Norman are visiting Mr. ness of Mrs. W.; E. Hall, the family of Zephyrhills visited the
Presbyterian At .
the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. and son, Steve, of Starke, and and Mrs. Leamon Norman and pastor's wife, and hope she will William Crosbys one day last PEST CONTROL

Saturday, 3 p.m. -Adult Choir of the Tuesday evening Kelly. Miss Elizabeth Terry. Mrs. Wy family and Mr. and Mrs., Wade soon be welLSunday week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney rick and Miss Mary Julia remained Gaskins in Miami for a few days.
visitors at the H. M.
Bible study at the Tabernaclewas Buie Crosby is working in Jacksonville TERMITESALL
practice. stopped by to see Mr. Burnersmother for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp were McRae home were, Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. MornIng "Meteorology" with refer- Mrs. Henry Sapp, as they I I Paul Newsom of Miami spent shopping in Jacksonville Thursdayof T. N. Norman and son Gerald, of Gerald TYPES OF
Worship, "Our Love of God." ences for a better understandingof were returning to Jacksonville the weekend with his brotherinlaw last week. Heilbronn Springs, Mrs. Clyde Russell, and Anna Ruth GROVE SPRAYING

11 a.m. Every member canvass weather conditions.Rev. from bowling Park where they and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J.. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Johns of Huey and son, Marshall, of Gainesville Crosby Party in attended Waldo last the week.Halloween Florida Pest Control

by Church Officers 2 p.m. Youth J. E. Sherwood of the had visited Mrs. Burney's mother, D. Clarke. Jacksonville were guests of Mr. Mrs. C. V. Green of Osborn Several & Chemical
people here
I Mrs. H. V. Skipper.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. O- J. Ansars were and are Co.
used the Mrs. P. B. Johns Wednesday S. C., Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Crosby i
Christian .
Fellowship 6 p.m. Frances Cald- First sick with virus this week. Phone
: and Mrs. Lawton Crawfordof shopping in Jacksonville Satur' of last week. and son of Starke, and Mrs. B. M.i I Franklin 6-6035
well and Margaret Rose Duncan, Tabernacle baptismal pool Sunday I Iat'the 'iday I Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Kirby and 24 N. W. 16th Ave.
Starke business visitors
were Mrs. Sarah Alvarez of Gaines- McRae. I
night to administer the rites of. children spent part of last week
hostesses. Evening Worship servIces I I
I home of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wilkinsonwent vile is visiting relatives Gainesville, Fla.
"'Giving Thanks To God" baptism to some of his members. to here this Those who enjoyed a fish sup with Mr. and Mrs. O- E. Crosby]i
Rafuse last Monday to Brooker Wednesday Can for estimate
week. at the home of :.:r. and Mrs.B. at the
Junior choir 7:30 Several members from the per State Farm.
music by pjn. I
Misses Judy, Bettie and Frankie see Mrs. Wilkinson's father, Newn ,
Wednesday Junior Choir Tabernacle attended dedication who ill. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Andersonwere M. McRae Saturday night were Everyone invited to Young Peo i
Mott, was '
practice 3 p.m. Prayer Meetingand J services at Bethel Baptist Church Wainwright the weekend of with Jacksonville their grandparents spent-I I Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Mott and visiting his mother and sister -Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and ple's Meeting Saturday night at
Bible Study 7:30 p.m. last Sunday afternoon. Saturday night. son Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp 7:30 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. son, Eddy, were Sunday guestsof I
Hilliard. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Sapp visited and sons, and Jo Allen and Johnny -
Wainwright. Dan Wainwright of Mr. and Mrs. Carl I
I Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Taylor in Holman. They caught the James I
Fort .Jackson, S. C. is also visit 'the Lee Carter family of Rai- Stewart I
Middleburg Friday night. fish at Grandin Lake Saturday I
his parents. ford visited Mrs. Dolly Powers '
ing Has
Mr. and Mrs. morning. This is what happened: Starring I'
Scott, Mrs.
James Williams and Wayne and family on Sunday. I
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Mundorff of Starke attended services -.I[ George Roberts 'Jr. of Gainesville Johnny Cowart and Rev. Milton I Two certain persons in one boat! In Florida Film 1I 1----
Dukes turned completely over on another -I
visitor to entertained the i
at the Methodist Church on was a business young people I _
r STARKE, FLA.. Sunday morning. (Lawtey Monday afternoon. with a hay ride Friday night,1 boat. The driver of the boat II The Cine'naScope cameras have

Miss Bobbie Harris of Ocoee: Donald Brandeis and Rev. E. Nov. 4. Refreshments were serv\was arranging his fish bait, and made it possible to bring all the I / f
visited her brother-in-law and W. Wilkinson attended the E. J. ed afterward.Mrs. when he looked up he was too beauty and magnitude of the West \

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor sister :Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Teston, Daniel Revival at the Riverside Ruth Taylor visited her close to the other boat to do any- to the screen in "The Man From! 4
of Tampa on Fri- daughter in Hope Haven Hospitallast thing else but cross over. No one Laramie," showing at the Florida ..
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town this week. Baptist ,
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly day evening, where Donald was Sunday. was even thrown out of either I Theatre Sunday through Tuesday. I 1M,
visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tomlinson one of the speakers. Donald will Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Lanier boat and no one was hurt. There>j Starring James Stewart, the ,
had as dinner was no excitement until it was locale of this
and family at New River and also speak at the First Baptist guests Sunday Rev. exciting story is
11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Milton and Mr. and all over, and then it was very[the Pueblo Indian I
Sunday Sermons: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones at I'church here Sunday night Nov. Dukes Mrs. country of New CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON
Neil Crawford exciting to others fishing near by.:Mexico where
of Starke.
ruggedly natural
Union 6:16 P.M.
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Keystone Heights during the 13. about this
I weekend. The Joe Starling family visited Miss Estelle Green of Jackson- Mrs. Winnie Cone of Starke i j beauty forms the background for questionIt
8:00 P.M. ville visited Mrs. I. B. spent part of last week with Mr. action.
Midweek Service Wednesday, Carl Yarborough entertained :relatives in Sanford on Saturday. Thompsonlast (large-scale gets complicated. carrying
151 Sunday.Mr. and. Mrs. R. 'M. Crosby and the j From Laramie to the
Phil- sun-
of his friends with a weiner Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leslie I Fire and Extended Coverage
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at H. M. McRaes.ly .
and Mrs. Leon of baked wasteland of New
the birthof Starling ,
Waldo I
of announce Theft
at the home of his parents, Mr. lips and Comprehensive
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. and Mrs. C. Yarborough, Satur-I a son, Earl Leslie Jr., at Maternity Jacksonville visited relatives here invited to attend. Stewart has trekked a thousand Personal Liabilit Insuranceon
Hospital in Starke on Sat- last Saturday. weary miles to find and kill the
day nightNed our home and household
church services follows -
Regular as
and Vernon Teston urday, Nov. 5. i The North Side WMU met man who sold Apaches the repeating -
goods. Does
I : Sunday School, 10 a.m.; your agency have
Monday night, Nov. 7 rifles that
the in
Patricia Parrish the at a
Miss spent
,. _._._._ _._ -. will be stationed at Biloxi, Miss. Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; BTU,,\ this new Homeowners Policy
-- -- - -- --- - weekend in Starke with :Miss church with 13 members present massacre and death of his broth-
for the next few months.
\ after committee 6:30: p.m.; Evening Service, 7:30 I er. From the which combines all these
hearing where
reports early scenes
Wanda Wall. !
I '
Lulu Dority and son, F. .
'. refreshments were served. 'p.m. Prayer Service each Wed Stewart is manhandled, lassoed overages for less premium?
.jI .. were Sunday guests of Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of
Mrs. !'Webster, Mr. and Mrs. Bob- Ordination Service nesday, 7:30 p.m. Rev. Milton I I and dragged through a campfireby
ind Milton Jenkins at Jack- and
TVUSED 4'I -onville Beach.Mr. I II by Reddish of Leesburg were Deacons of the new North I J. Dukes, pastor. the tough-bitten range riders I Charley E. Johns

and Mrs. Joe Shuford and Sunday guests of Mrs. Mary Red- Side Baptist Church will be or 'of the all-powerful Barb Ranch,
dish. dained Sunday afternoon, Nov. 20, WANTED PECAXS the story rakes the screen with I

Sunday fimily of with St.Mrs.Augustine John Shuford spent,f I I} Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hiatt and at 3 o'clock. Everyone is cordiala -: small.Xo quantity Cash market too large prices.or See too I its fury and power. reminiscent; & Son AgencyPhone
of the Old West.WANTED
Jean, Saturday
,and son, Dave. ;daughter spent speedy recovery. us before selling. Dillard Keene,

USED Mrs. Effie Miner, accompaniedby fishing at Crystal River. Mrs. Herbert Hildreth and Mrs.. Between Railroad and Signal I I : Clean Cotton Rags. 13AAAAA1AAAAA Starke, Fla.Thanks .

her sisters Mrs. Pauline I I Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips of: Clyde Hiatt were business visitorsto ; Light. 117 W. Brovvnlee, Ph. 187.,No Pants or Shirts. Bradford
17 INCH 17 INCHCONSOLE I Torode, and Mrs. J.V.. AndrewsJr. Tampa are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville on Monday. 117 W. Brownlee, Ph. 187. County Telegraph. ....A........
., of Starke motored to Jack O. J. Phillips this week.
sonville Sunday afternoon and The monthly business meetingof

TABLE MODEL visited Mrs. Howard Miner and the First Baptist WMU was

I her young son in St. Vincent's held at the church Monday night.
Hospital.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bennett

14.95 99.95NEW and Mrs. Luther Hilliard and sons of Daytona spent the A Million !
I and son spent Sunday afternoonin weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Troy

Jacksonville with Mrs. E. Bennett and Gary.
SET GUARANTEE I Raulerson and daughter, Jewell.Mrs. L.I Sympathy is extended to the

Seeber Doyle Andrews of I I Ernest Raulerson family in the
Wildwood was a guest of her loss of his brother, E. L. Raulerson -

CHAS. C. SHEPHERD 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred I of Jacksonville.Mrs. .
Moore, the first of last week! I' Dowell, grandmother of For the wonderful reception accorded the opening of our
I Sunday guests of the Leonard[Mrs. J, Eunice, had the misfortune

Phone 239 Starke, Fla. 1 1r Prevatt family were Mr. and Mrs.I to fall and break her leg and is
beautiful new store in Starke. A grand total of 2,559
.. _._ n. _,_._-._ _,_,_._._,_.____..i' Tom Norman and family of Mac-'confined to the Baptist Hospitalin
clenny and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Jacksonville. We wish for her
v registered at the store on the two opening days, last Friday -

Test the tremendous GO of the fabulous and Saturday and many more visited the store with

.- out registering. We sincerely appreciate the wonderful

support you gave us at our opening, and will be looking

forward to your continued friendship and patronage. We

56J4jj .
i pledge ourselves to prove worthy of it by bringing you the

finest quality merchandise at the lowest possible prices.

:, To you who have not yet had the opportunity to visit us,


I H .. ,. drop by this week and get your share of the many money

r" '-- saving values. featured at our grand opening. We'll be

'. .
mighty glad to see you, and you'll be mighty glad you-
.., ,

Pk came.

.":". <' ::...,' \ ,::. Here Are The Winners of Our Door Prizes At Our Opening:
,.,t',.:>>"t;'.:;':+:" -

i 1st PRIZE- $50 IN TRADE ... Mary Starling, Route 2, Box 84
m:<;" I
,;,'",,,':%";,*;'"...,, V'j 2nd PRIZE $15 IN TRADE Mrs. Clyde Priest, 123 W. Call Street

/1/ ,/,.-/Jf 3rd PRIZE -- $10 IN TRADE* ... Susie Beaver 313 N. Broad Street

j -1.A
,". REMEMBER sells the finest brands
t rya a --- Eagle always of Nationally Ad-

vertised Wearing Apparel and Shoes. We never sell Seconds, Irregu-

lars or Inferior Grade Merchandise.

:c!) .r .....- .


Anew Strato-Flight Hydra-Matie-coupled
Introducing a Big and Vital. .
# with Pontiac's 227- .P.Strato-Streak Y-3-
5% Wool Plaid EAGLE IS PROUD TO Ladies Panties Genuine
F results in performance so new and dramatic Blue BellBLANKETS
General] Motors 'Automotive First[ Sizes 5-6-7
it must be experienced to be believed! 3 For $J.OO The World's Best Buy

\ Double Length Pairs CUB and SCOUT Sizes 8-9-10 SHIRTS $2-29


andUniforms $2.59
If' ou\e come to think of driving as just routine, And at any legal speed, there such a reserve of $3.99 Equipment Ladies Nylon Slips

it 8 high; time you tried the tremendous "go" of this power that your engine literally loafs-ready at a toema.terful -
$1.99 Get The Best For Less
new monarch of the highway.Here's touch to spring into the most thrilling, satisfying "
a car with such exhilarating drive-eager action that ever shortened a country mile.

oil-snrooth response and safe, secure handling-that Of course, this is only a hint of what's awaiting

even monotonous home-to-work driving becomes you. The difference in performance driving:
your finest hour! smoothness, ride and control-is so terrific that it

And out on the open highway, the fabulous '56 can only be appreciated at the wheel.

Pontiac tomes alit e with all the eager, heads-up alert- So come in and take charge of one of these glamorousness
of a thoroughbred. EAGLE DEPT. STORE
new beauties jourself. Choose your own test route
Its blazing 227-h.p.:! Strato-Streak V-8 coupled with and sample the greatest "{!.o"-and enjoy the greatest

silken smooth Strato-Flighl lIydra-latic, thrives on safety ever built into a car.Then jou'll know why thechallenges.

The hill you see looming up \irfually words 8preadin,g,-11Iel'll be a long time catching

disappears I before your eves.. up to this I one'" .4._,....".w"'.. .


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Follows ClayBradford Assault Case
-4 '.9 ': 2E t'- .-. '" For Annual
: "
Line '.4 ,- ---11-/: An information charging Willie

; : .4.:) t'.Y :, C of C BanquetTickets Turner Jr., alias Buddy Abraham _

{Continued from Page One) Lawtey negro, with aggraviated

\\i < assault was filed in the circuit _
According to the map, the ''" are now on sale for
Turnpike will pass through the the annual Chamber of Commerce court here on Wednesday by

new Highlands Plant of Humphrey banquet to be held Tuesday night State's Atty. T. E Duncan. _

Gold Corporation in the area: Nov. 15, in the :Methodist recrea- The State charges that on November _

where the present offices and dry' tion hall at 7 p.m. 5 Turner assaulted Samuel

mill are located. It is not known Jerry O. Gay, president of the I Crockett with a knife.

what arrangements will be madeto Chamber, announced that the fea- Turner is in the county jail. The ____

get through this strategic spot. tured speaker will be Dr. Charles case will come up next week when _____
Otherwise the turnpike route will I Milligan of the College of Business the fall term of the circuit court

meet little obstruction her, cut- ", # Il 1 Administration at the University convenes. _

ting a 200-foot path through a :: T I (,of Florida. '
relatively undeveloped section of Gay will preside as master of Children's Group

Bradford County. For most of LTJ5 ceremonies and will review accom- To Tour Hospital ___

its length through here, it will i ..;. plishments of the Chamber! duringthe _

parallel and adjoin the west side to past year. The new President, Members of the Bradford Coun- _

of the Camp Blanding !military -- .. :;.t' Guy Andrews, will take over the ty Children's Committee will be
The handsome new building for Lovett's Grocery on W. Madison St. Is being rushedto _
reservation. The beautiful new Garden Restaurant on 301 North gavel during the meeting. taken
which boasts a built-in tree on a tour of the new hospital
Interest In Land completion. Structure Is being built by Guy Andrews for lease to the grocery in Its private dining room Is also nearing completion. It will be owned and Tickets are $1.50 per person following the regular luncheon -
operated _
Based on rumors, interest in chain. Completion date is set for early in December. by George Kopelousos, proprietor of Guidon Grill. and may be obtained from Mr. meeting on Monday. Nov _

the Turnpike route has 'been I Gay or from the Chamber of 13. The tour will be condu"'cted by
shown here In recent weeks. Tax Commerce office.
Assessor"Gene Long said that his Many More Businesses Will Come R. E. Edmondson hospital ad-
I Lawtey Lions ministrator. A full attendance of _
office has received numerous in 4zt
.1Lovett's Starke- Negress the committee is expected to take
quiries regarding ownership of $ Under New Club advantage of this opportunity to
land lying east of Starke parti- Unemployment Law Formed Is Fined $500
I see the new hospital before it is _
cularly in sections 22, 23, 24, 25 : iiiel ( I
.4F Bradford firms For Whiskey Sales placed in operation.IWhitehead.
34 35 and 36. all in County now : _
26, 27, 33 I I A new Lions Club was organi- __
c9vered by the Unemployment reductions in their state paymentsafter *
Township 6 South. Range 22 zed at Lawtey last week with 20 Iota Little was arrested Mon-I
,Compensation LawS are being sent as few as six quarters of
East. chartered Sells/
day morning and charged with
Several persons, apparently Gives, ON SAL/ I forms by the Florida Industrial contributions. The employer is Dave Shuford, Lawtey service selling whiskey in a dry countyand
strangers. have also made inquiry r4rPow Commission for determining their rated on his experience which con- station operator, elected *
in her -
having whiskey -
regarding property along roads status under changes in the law, sists of a comparison of his total president; D. A. Jones, 1st vice .' She released $500 possession ,
was on
16, 230, and 100, Long said. reports Fred C. Sivia, field deputyfor wages paid and the amount paidin president; W. T. Green, 2nd vice I
Books unemployment compensation The Bel-Air Motel, located in
this area. president H.
; R Priest
3rd vice I
CommissionersBuy Most firms with as few as fouror benefits to his former workers president; H. C. Police Chief Thornton said three (Lawtey on Highway 301, was sold _____
who become Kelly treasurer; half pint bottles were found in a this week at a price in excess of _____
subject unemployed throughno I.
more workers will become S. M. Brown, Lion tamer and '
New Bulldozer fault their scale ; desk at lola Little's Place in Reno. 180,000, according to tax stamps on
; To BHS ____- to the law and a three per of own. The D. B. Harley, tail twister. Direc- I'the recorded deed. _
Hear Road Requests (cent charge against their payrolls, ranges from the 2.7 per cent tors elected were Ralph Wise One bottle looked as though a
starting charge down low as O. drink had been taken from it, the It was purchased from Cecil R
effective Jan. 1, 1955, Sivia said. as J. Phillips, C. F. Carter, and
and Frances Whitehead. of Law- _
The Board of County Commis- i Those with eight or more workers'zero, beginning as early as July L. P. Rafuse. Chief said. The arrest was made
tey, by Thomas O. and Catherine
sioners at }Io day's meeting Library 'are presently covered. The Fed- '1957. The charter meeting of the new by Clu'ef Thornton and Officer Swan of Philadelphia.The .

bought a bulldozer agreed to improve eral Congress made law changes I "The sooner employers get established organization will be held Dec. 15. Riley Sweat. Swans took possession on

several Broads and approvedthe !extending the coverage to em- in the Fund, the sooner Charter members are: C. J. Trial is set for Monday morning Tuesday night. This is their first

sub-division of property on I ployers of four or more workers,',they will be eligible for rate reductions Anders, S. M. Brown C. F.I I at the Mayor's court. venture in the motel business.Mr. .

Santa Fe Lake. and the changes were automatically -1 consideration", Sivia Carter, L. H. Futch W. P. Greene, : Swan said he was tired of _

The Board accepted a low bid I 1 effective under the Florida law, points out. D. B. Harley, D. A. Jones, H. C'I,New Home Builders j:factory work, and having got

of $13,957 from the FloridaGeor- Sivia said. All employers not now covered I Kelly O. J. Phillips H. E. Priest, Given Permits '"sand in his shoes" on several visits -

gia Tractor Co. of Jacksonvillefor I An estimated 20,000 additional are required to fill out and returna L. P. Rafuse C. R Shuford, D. decided to come here to live.

a new bulldozer. The company employers in Florida will become form sent out by the Industrial Shuford, Milo R. Smith, L.I f City clerk Carl) Johns G. J.! ______

promised delivery of the machinein I 1 i; ; liable for the 2.7 per cent Florida Commission, which is legally required Starling. Robert W. ,I McGriff, Jr., L. K. Whitehead, I C of C Officials

three or four days. _I. rate on their payrolls. Sivia said in order to determine liabil- James T. Wainwright, J. L. Wa- '.and C. R. Scruggs have taken

Tom Carey, Bob Carter. Ed I In a "better education for better -- Ernest PhilliPs (cenfer) manager the liability is based on the em-. ity of each employer. Any em- ters, C. R. Whitehead, and Ralph out permits to build residences in Ask County j

Durban, and Tom Jones of Law- citizenship" community-wide of the local JLovett store, ployer's employment in 1955. In ployer who is not now registered Wise. i the city. ''For More Money

tey were granted their requestto program, Bradford High School is *hown above presenting set 'general, those who will be subject I II as liable under the existing law, 'I. President Shuford said it is Johns is to build a $9,000 con :

have the road past their homes I I'was presented last week with a of encyclopedia to Chas. S.I I to the Florida law are: I and does not receive a form, can I hoped that the new club will be crete block home 0 West Madison -! Members of the Starke Chamber -

paved. The commissioners also'I complete 25-volume set of "the Partin. principal of BUS 1. Those having four or more get one by contacting Fred C. i instrumental in getting better St; McGriff a $10,000 con-.,' of Commerce appeared before

agreed to build a graded road,Funk & Wagnalls Universal l\1i'! f Bessie Dukes, presidentof employees in 20 different weeksof [Sivia, field deputy for this area I civic cooperation in Lawtey con- crete block home on St. Clair St; ,.the Bradford County Board of

past the Carl Hilliard home in Standard Encyclopedia by Ernest I the Library Club. I this year (1955)) or, .at 404 West Monroe Street, Jack,"cerning matters of improvement Wbitehead a $5,000 home on East I Commissioners during the regular

Lawtey.The Phillips, manager of the Lovett i 2. Those having four or more I sonville, or by writing the Unemployment and development of the com Call St.; and Scoggins $10,300 meeting Monday seeking additional -

board accepted and filed a Store in Starke, on behalf of his J I and life span of our younger generation employees in eight weeks of this Compensation Division, munity. concrete block home on funds for their activities. _
resolution from the in cooperation with the through distribution of and The club was organized 'a F. F. Jerry Gay and
City of Starke company year, a payroll for any quar- Florida Industrial Commission, by land St.Nat westmore-I' Stump
requesting the paving of State publishers. j health-giving foods," Mr. Phillips* ter in the year in excess of 6000. Tallahassee. representative of Lions Interna- Williams has Robert Barksdale presented the

Highway 200 at the State Farm Charles S. Partin principal, and'said, "we now are encouraging Some' types of employment are I tional under sponsorship of the build appeal to the Commissioners, and _____
two $900
food permits to concrete -
er's Market to State Highway 16 Miss Bessie Dukes, president of! for thought by offering the exempt from the coverage; suchas !Starke Lions Club. after discussion it was decided
Dr. buildings on West Grove St.
as a "farm to market" road. They the High School Library Club, ac- first volume of the worldknownFunk agricultural workers, domesticor Montgomery that more money, possibly $300,

also agreed to build a graded road I jon I cepted the gift for the school li- & Wagnalls Universal Stand- household servants, and insurance Speaks At Rotary i,City Is Asked j would be forthcoming for the
ard Encyclopedia for 25c. Subse-
the property of S. M. Brown brary.In agents or solicitors and real Youth ProblemsDr. For More drews, and members Bill Graham Chamber.:
I making the presentation Mr. quent volumes are available, one On Money
and Edmond Tenly east of Starke. estate salesmen or agents whose i and Bill Wall. They stressed the

The commissioners tentatively Phillips explained that the Lovett'I of each only week 99c.for" 24 weeks, at a cost I pay is solely by commission.Sivia E. F. Montgomery, pastorof j I By C of C Group fact that their organization is do-
I Stores of the entire Jack-
approved the sub-division of prop- greater I explains that the payment the First Presbyterian Church I i j ing everything it can throught its W.C.T.U.
sonville area have taken the lead The book-a-week Mr. Phil- A
erty owned by C. H. Wolf on plan ;I to the state is made quarterly and of Lake City and a leader in delegation of Starke Chamber members, but that in order to TRUE TEST OF CIVILIZATION '
in a whereby home lips explained, makes is I of Commerce "TilE
Lake Santa Fe. The sub-division t program every I' possible I is 2.7 per cent of the first $3,000 youth work in this area for officials, appeared accomplish its goals it will need IS NOT THE CENSUS,
can acquire a complete home reference for every family to build the encyclopedia manyI before the _
is ( City Council last
subject to approval of the county I annual wages paid each employee.The years, was guests speaker week help.After I NOR TilE SIZE OF THE CITIES
"as 'I
library. easily and at the asked
attorney ___ employer also pays to the Rotary Club on Wednesday, giv- I and for continued supportand discussion, the Council NOR THE CROPS -, NO, BUT _
the same that we have same time as the weekly
way family if
The Board authorized the clerkto contributed to the increasing vigor I,groceries are obtained." I Federal ljovernment a three tenths ing his ideas on the causes and this possible, additional funds. decided that it probably wouldbe THE KIND OF A MAN' THE

advertise: for "bids for a fence per cent charge, which is reportedand cures of juvenile delinquency.Dr. year. able to increase its annual do- COUNTRY TURNS OUT." _

Around the county jail and for a I Cures Cost I paid once each year. (Federal Montgomery said that par- Speaking on behalf of the I nation of $600 by 10 per cent RALPH WALDO. EMERSON.
new adding machine for the tax Phoney People liability: for four or more coveragewill ents cannot dodge responsibilityfor Chamber were President Guy Ant j t this year.

assessor's office.Merchants be based on the employing character building in their '

Many Millions Of Dollars Every YearNo I experience for each year begin-children. Churches and schools can

Plan ning in 1956.) help, he said, but the main job
one knows::! how many millions Florida provides an experience must be done in the home, he

Christmas Trade l of dollars Americans donate rating system by which employers declared 'I

Promotion HereThe each year to perpetuate the institution F N may become eligible for rate Every child needs some responsibility -'
and needs to share in I
of medical quackery say .1 I IT'S UNLAWFUL
Merchants Division of the the editors of "Changing Times,' E Local MechanicIs the work of the home, Dr. Mont-
said. In these days of no
local Chamber of Commerce is the Kiplinger magazine. Nor is F Ii gomery
inviting all merchants, and oper- known how many persons sacri- Attending cows to milk and no wood to cut

ators of restaurants, service stations -'Jfice their well-being and even W GM Training it is sometimes hard to find odd I _
beauty jobs for a child to do; in such
parlors, barber
shops, their lives in a mad gamble for AJ
dry cleaning firms, and other business an easy, painless way to health. Oscar Rich is attending the cases he should at least be givena For Person
S take of he can Any Persons in
establishments to participate I Quackery is good business. In General Motors Training Centerat pet to care so or to Engage
in a promotional develop some sense of respomdbility -
enterprise to increase Jacksonville learn advanced _
i the cancer field alone, it is estimated to
the Christmas the speaker said.

Starke Each, beginning business Dee. 5.trade in nually that to 10000.000 quacks. Self-styled goes an- initiated Twelve at Chapter the Future Farmers Farmer were he automotive will use service in his techniques work at Simp-that Dr.Rev., Montgomery W. S. McAliley was ,introducedby chairmanof Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless .

entering this 'curers' of diabetes, arthritis and meeting Tuesday night, presided son-Urquhart Pontiac Co. in
rromotion will give sales slips of'other incurable disease take mil- over by President Roman Alvarez. Starke.A the Rotary Club's youth com

merchandise over $5 to the customer linos more. Diabetis l living no- The Chapter nominated Johnny service manager with Simp- mittee. T
who will sign his High School guests of the club The Name Is -
drop the sales slip into name a box and mal lives with the aid of insulin McGhee and Kenneth Green for son-Urquhart for the past three at this meeting were Jan Mun- Registered .
at Rich is enrolled in the
their needles take years
throwaway .
each place of business. Sentinel. I II dorff and Charles Kirkland, both
Pontiac course, taking advanced
promising nostrums instead, and I.
in Hi-Y Club work and
The business Special guests at this meeting I"c.
houses will give study in the 1956 Strato-Flight
die in comas. Cancer victims for- .
any gift they choose from $5 to' go lifesaving surgery and pin were W. S. Haas, local Soil Conservationist Transmission. He is spending five other school activities.Mayor's ',: .

$10 in value. Gifts will be on display their faith and Cheng Chao from days at the school, one of a na-
on useless pills. Suf- I
at each place of business on' Formosa, who gave an interesting tionwide network of training centers -: Court' Fines

Dec. 3. Sales slips will be issued ferers from arthritis pay high talk on agriculture in Fo )osa. I,I being set up by General| For _
for Fighting
prices pills they could buy Read This Florida Law"It
til 4:30 p.m. Drawing will 'be held The Chapter is now selling sub- Motors to keep employes of its _
cheaply under the familiar label.
during the week of Dec. 5-10 until -!, scriptions to Farm Journal and car an4 truck dealerships abreast.{'And DrinkingFive
aspirin. Most drugs now offered
4:30: p.m. Drawing will be held Town! Journal magazines so that of new mechanical developments
for gifts in front of the Chamberof for internal use are not in them- I'members may get prizes. and service techniques.The $25 fines were assessed in shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined hereia, to

Commerce selves dangerous, but hazardousin Mayor's Court for Intoxication engage in business as herein defined under fictitious
offices Dec. 10 at 5 The Chapter built an exhibit Jacksonville training center Monday a name as herein defined -
that they keep the guUlible i which has six and three $25 fines without and unless said fictitious shall
pm.All from seeking competent medical was displayed in the main specialized shop classrooms name be registered with the

firms interested in taking ,advice. I building at the Fair. This exhibit one for use by each main were assessed for fighting.Ode clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business .
part in this promotion should con- i was a small scale model of an old division of General Motors pro- B. 'Brown (white), Willie
tact Mrs. Marian Howe at the The age of electronics has given -I type farm and a modern farm. ducts. Chown (negro), Isgar Allen (negro is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an af.

Chamber of Commerce buzzing short-Wave radio trans-. ), Rufus -Hutchings (white), fidavit signed by all interested
office. All work on this project was done Marvin A. Urquhart of Simp- persons, stating under oath the names of
mitters, numerous dials, flashing son-Urquhart explained that the and George Leonard (negro) were all those interested in
lights and radiationsto by members during their the business enterprise, the extent of the Interest _
Ground Observer .1 shop period at school. purpose of the centers is "to insure all fined for being intoxicated. of each
the medical and the fictitious under which said
device racket. Fan- I i that the people who buy Shesie Bentie, James Willie name business is carried

Test Declared I cy or primitive, no one is ever The livestock real exhibit this year GM cars and trucks. will continue Johnson, and Roosevelt Blash were on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring
was a success. Around 35
cured by phony treatment machines .to receive efficient and fined for fighting. to in business
A Success satisfying engage under a fictitious shall have
name advertised
Sunday boys showed animals or poultry.The his or _
or costly bottles of worthless "
service. He said that the centers Maggie Murphy operator ofBessie's
pills. To avoid being taken in judging took place on Wednesday i intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four
The new Civil Defense Ground will make it possible for dealer Place in Reno, was fined _

Observer Post on the school by quacks, "Changing Times offers placed in and blue the, red animals, and white were service personnel to keep up to $1.0 for having the juke box (4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county

grounds was well staffed Sunday, these ways to protect your- classes. date on a systematic basis with switched on after midnight. The where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not he

Nov. 6, from 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.. self.: The blue ribbon winners received improved service methods and police found the juke box switchedon accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except
upon receiving proof of
with ten volunteers serving in I Ask your family doctor about $10 for cattle and hogs,j 1 technological advances." but not playing at about 1 such publication. _

- shifts during the day. i the product, device or treatment. and $1 for each blue ribbon chicken. a. m. Monday. _

Mrs. Marian Howe, County CD !Be wary of anyone in the healing Heavy Penalty

Supervisor states that 36 persons I arts who refuses or discourages, Blue ribbon winners in the live Given MotoristA Commissioners Will If are engaged in business under
have signed up to serve on the I consulations. Be wary of any promoter you any name
stock '
classes were Rudolph Hut-
Attend SRD MeetIn
post when notified by headquartersin f of a medical product or
chinson and motorist, James Walker last
Bobby Sapp. In the ,
Jacksonville.Six service who claims he is being"persecuted"
poultry class, blue ribbons were week received the extremely Lake City

filter center local headquarters observers visited in Jacksonville the 'fession. Don't by fall the for medical anything pro- -mon won Underhill.by Rudolph Most Sapp of and the Har-animals days heavy in penalty jail for of having$250 no fine driver's or 90 County Commissioners from other than your own, and have not had this name F

Thursday night of last that promises to cure cancer diabetes in the ribbon license from County Judge TheronA. from this section are to meet in
were placed red -
week, and attended a training arthritis or any serious con- class. Yawn. Lake City Nov. 17 to discuss the

program showing the operation of drtion. Don't be taken in by tesu-j However. when all the facts road budget for the next fiscal properly advertised and registered, we will be
plane-spotting over the state. monials from grateful
were in on the case, it was din year.
Dr. C. J. Houpt has offered his the quack's "cured" patients often II )jWill Complete covered that Walker, who was At the meeting of the Bradford

hospital and his services in case of I I have only his word that they had Drainage DitchThe wanted: by the Alachua County County Commissioners Monday glad to give all Information

an emergency Mrs. Howe said.A I the disease in the first place. sheriff, and apprehended by local I I the clerk was instructed to pre- you necessary aslo

few observers have already I I County Commissioners authorities on that charge, had pare the maps and resolutions _
served sufficient time to earn their I agreed Monday to hire Dave I several other motoring violations 'necessary for the confab.

wings and it is hoped that others meetings will be credited toward 'Paulk, earth moving contractor, against him. I In the letter of announcement what you should do. :
will do likewise in the near future. service awards. "
to the ditch _
complete drainage He
had been found guilty in to the commissioners State Road
The next training will I
program The following persons are serv-i which runs west from Lawtey. Marion County of driving while ,Board Member Earl Powers urged
be held Nov. 28
Monday night at
ing as assistant chief observers: ,and crosses land owned by Claude intoxicated. had his license suspended ..the counties to budget as much
7:30 o'clock in the courthouse. A
Rowe others.
training'jeer from headquarters j Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wall Jr.. Bill and and then was caught driving of their secondary road funds as BRADFORD COUNTY
I The ditch was started last year while under the 'possible TELEGRAPH
suspension. for right-of-way, procure-
will be in charge of the pro' Pessent Gerry Gibson Eugene and is
an important part ot the Hence the heavy penalty last: ment and construction of primary _
and time served at these
gram s Howe, and Buddy Baker. drainage system of this area. week. highways. .-


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Second Section Bradford County Telegraph,



National ''No Change Seen r First Federal Bradford County received two New Zoning located 73 feet back from the high...
Guard doses of polio vaccine in May, way. The Council decided that
and no major reaction occurred. the proper time to consider such a
In Rowoll Road Polio Vaccine Ordinance Used
Only a few reported any minor I situation was when a plat for a

Launches d n type. In addition, no cases or I II subdivision was submitted to the
Closing Dispute Received Here suspected cases of polio have as To Settle Dispute Council for approval.

yet occurred in this vaccinated Board of Adjustment membersare

DriveBeginning I J. M. Edwards, property owner I The first allotment of Federal group. I The recently constituted Board!) T. C. Hazen Jr., MargueriteHall
John A. Torode, S. G. Den-
along the Rowell Lake Road, reaffirmed r purchased polio vaccine was re- At a recent meeting of the :,of Adjustment was called upon,
I! mark and A. J. Thomas Sr.
.his position last week in ,County Medical Society, the local this week to settle a conflict involving i ,
ceived by the Bradford County
This Board reviews all conflictswhich
Florida the closing of that road by barn physicians unanimously agreed to a home under constructionon
Nov. 1, the
Health Department, and distrib- I arise from the zoning regu
the north side of West MadisonSt. ,
cade, according to Hollis make only a nominal charge for
_ National Guard began a six- uted to private physicians of the ., in the 800 block. I lations. Its rulings are subject to
their services administration
months recruiting program designed Knight, county attorney. By, Geo. T. Huggins in the 'appeal to the City Council.
City Clerk Carl Johns hayIng
last week.
County I
Knight reported that Edwards County Agent of the polio vaccine. Prior
to increase the strengthof maintains that the road has been Agricultural Extension Service Due to present limited supply. tn this date, a. higher: charge.. included -, the home built, and the foundation -
the Florida Guard by a mini- I 1' '---- n i 1 had been dug, when immediate Zedra Hamilton
the advisory committee of.the !
in existence only three years the cost of the vaccine i
mum of 856 enlisted men. 'therefore is not county property flow Js Your :PUT teins, carbohydrates, fats, min- Florida Medical Association has I which had been purchased by the i neighbor E. A. Yancey pro- Seriously InjuredZ.
Plans to implement the drive and must be tested to the Board of Adjust
as would be the case had it been More lime and dolimite has been erals and vitamins, requested that the vaccine be physicians in limited quantitiesfrom
were outlined at a meeting held I four years old. applied to pasture and cropland fed together with plenty of clean ,limited in use to ages one year the manufactures."We ment. W. Hamilton, well known

recently in the National Guard Edwards also told Knight in this year than during the past fresh water. ;through 15 years, and pregnant I urge parents to secure He claimed that the building was Brooker seedman and grower,
armory in Jacksonville. Officers I I refusing to retreat from his stand few years. To refresh your memo- High feed consumption parallels I women of all ages. Two dosesof this protection for-their children.It ,being erected 45 feet back from'I brain concussion
: who suffered a
from the local company attendingwere against opening the road that his ry, here is what pH means that high egg production. The feed Intake '' vaccine will be given at 2 4 is felt that within the next I the right-of-way in contradictionto
Lt. Randal F, Chitty com the newly passed Zoning Or- when thrown from his horse recently
hear much about in soil
so week intervals and booster dose
you a few polio vaccine will be
property has been damaged by of birds must be high to years I dinance. I
pany commander, Lt. Rodney Hall, tests. approximately 7 months later. has returned home from
fires allegedly set by the public keep body maintenance and production given routinely along with Other All five members of the Board
and CWO A. L. Crosby Jr. and that unauthorized flrsons The term is used to express', Preliminary reports from over I accepted protective vaccines such I Adjustment inspected the premises the hospital.
The Starke company Is now I the degree of acidity in soils, on .11 up. the Nation are enthusiastic and jot
have hunted on his property.In as diphtheria whooping cough, this week and, after measuring Although Hamilton is up
officially designated as CompanyC a scale running from O.to 14. A How can you do this? Maybe indicate that the incidence of
I the tetanus, typhoid, and
a special meeting of smallpox it, and other buildings in the around again, he ig under doctor'sorders
748th Ordnance Battalion of: county commissioners, ChairmanH. pH reading of 0.7 is neutral, a you can stir the feed a time or paralytic cases of polio is five and that another crippling and block, ruled that the building must
to take it for the
the 48th Armored Division. The reading below seven in acid and two during the day to keep it times more frequent in the non '' easy
A. Bishop Jr. stated that the killing disease will be practically be located at least 73 feet back
48th was converted on Nov. 1 I closing off of Rowell Lake was above 0.7 in alkaline. attractive to the birds. Keep fresh vaccinated individuals than among 'I from the right-of-way in order to next six months.

from Infantry to Armor. The illegal, and that the commission Most crop and pasture likes pH (feed. You may need to moisten individuals who previously had I- conform with Section 6 of the new I The accident occurred when

local company will hold its first should take action to remendy the of around 0.6. Strawberries shouldbe the feed during the middle of the I I received one or more doses of officer. 'Zoning Ordinance. Hamilton was out in the pasture
drill as an ordnance company next on soil slightly below 0.6. Irish day.. Maybe you can provide a the polio vaccine.
situation. I Johns brought the matter up be- putting out cows on his horse,
Monday night. potato soil should be right at 5.5. light so that there will be more I The vaccine being currently released I fore the City Council Tuesday when the saddle girth broke and
Lt. Chitty said that his com I A soil test is the only way to time for the birds to eat. Laying 1 has been tested and approved WANTED-PECANS night, but stated clearly that he
I Councilman Johns
pany Is enthusiastic over pros know how much lime you might hens need about 14 hours eating by the best scientists of the No quantity too large or too did not protest the ruling of the he was thrown'violently on hishead.
pects of increasing its' strength I Takes Initiative need. Lime can be your most im- time each day. With our short days Nation and all steps have been smalL Cash market prices. See Board of Adjustment.He He was taken in an am-

to the programmed number with BeautificationLooks portant fertilizer. When the pH now, lights a part of the night or taken to insure its safety. us before selling. Dillard Keene, did ask what would happen bulance to Alachua General Hospital
. selected young men. It has been In of your soil is too far out of all night might help. About two Approximately 600 first and 117 W. Brownlee, Starke. if a subdivision were set up with in Gainesville and was there

given a quota of 25 recruits as like the women of Starke, line, you do not get the results 60-watt bulbs are needed for each second grade school children in lots only 100 feet deep, and the re- for almost a week before his discharge
its share of the overall increase. you should from other fertilizer 100 birds. quirements call for buildings to be on Sunday.Quality .
particularly those of the Garden
Chitty said that there are several I materials. We can help you with
excellent openings in the I Club and the Woman's Club who your soil testing. The testing .
company at the present time,I I are interested ,in a beautification I service is free to you.
have an able spokesman I .
especially for qualified individuals program Keep ,Lawns Green I
on the City Council in Councilman Your lawn grass will have more .
with prior active service.
Ruby Johns. l vigor through the winter if it is -
The local is located ?-
armory on not for If have
At the meeting last week starving food. you
Temple Avenue across from the .not applied fertilizer since last
she obtained consent from the .
high school building and informa spring, an application now mightbe .. V
Council to ahead and contacta .
tion can be obtained from personnel helpful.

there each week day from .8a State Road Department engi- I This is especially true if you -

tn. till 5 p.m.ONEFORALL. neer for help, in designing a plan f plan to top seed rye grass on

for the beautification Of the high-)your lawn. Fifteen to 20 pounds I

way approaches to the city.. {of 8-8-8 fertilizer applied per.
100 sq. ft. of lawn area and about IP
Clerk Carl Johns told her
Ball Point Pen City
seed will
pounds of grass give
Refills. Fits in response to her query, that 15 a winter lawn.
any pea 49c Bradford green .
g' '
funds for the purpose may be Make special effort to get even : : :
County Telegraph. available later in the fiscal year. distribution of fertilizer and seed. t p

Unless we get more rain this
week it might be necessary to r.r '
sprinkle the area well. In townor I R. 0 y + _

country, a pretty green lawnis -
mighty attractive.Two .

WANTED ,-- MILLION POUNDS Important .Reminders {
1. Corn prices are not high but "
F t
corn is too valuable for rats to

eat. We have a supply of Warfarin You-

bait. We would like to tell t- 1:
you more about the use of War-

PECANSHIGHEST farin. It is the best rat bait you I J : _
have ever used. ti
2. We have only a couple I'

more. weeks to take applicationsfor Trust. 'zr
free seedlings. Container Corp- .
oration of America is furnishingus I fi.i

these seedlings again this year. _
We appreciate their interest and i:

MARKET PRICESNo I want to prove it by requesting all _

our make quota.your Stop request.by our office and p,, now zn : .VV

Clean Up Time For You 5

Your home, wherever it mightbe ... ? _
Quantity Too Largeor I' has a lot do with how peoplei a

I i judge you. A place that is neat 'y yr'wc
with no tangle of weeds or trash
Small !littering the yard, reflects the. 1 KingSizetoo

pride of the owner.

I I In contrast, a place with boards, >,

SEE US BEFORE SELLING j boxes, trash' and junk scattered .: :around yard fence down, windows

broken, gates sagging,' proclaimsa ':. !
careless operator with lack of :' sac's r s

pride and uncertainty.And I t

DILLARD KEENE when you are hauling off ,.'.., _

garbage and trash don't just i :
West of Railroad Track 1 1-2 Block from Signal Light throw it out the car window or .ft \ Pp

dump it along the highway. I ii
117 W. BROWNLEE (Former 10th St.) ':: EwaIi _
know that like to ,_
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attractive.Ride t ." ia
Starke, Fla. I out Brownlee Road and .k .

..... .w I you can't help notice the more ,' aoeyr.
-- pleasing appearance along the

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'" ,- .. -. ,' Crawford and J. R. Hixon have
mowed along the fence row.

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I I Profit from your layers may
!begin with feed. About 60 per-

cent of the cost of producingeggs

is feed costs.It F
is important that you feed
a properly balanced ration. This I I
means that it must contain pro- 'L
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week. She told us how busy she know we are on the map. The only WALTER FLEISCHMANK, NOTICE TO APPEAR weeks in the BRADFORD COUNTY Iowa. .-
or before the 28 of November
had been since we lat saw her:" way for this church or any otherto Deceased. IB ClrrBlt Coart. Bradford 'C..t,.. TELEGRAPH. You are hereby notified that a 1955; otherwise the day allegations of
Florida la Chancery.Egidio this 22 day of Oct., 1955.
LONG BRANCH among other things she has been grow is for YOU to come and creditors of the Estate of Tuccl, Plaintiff, vs. Sara Tuccl. (OFFICIAL, SEAL) Charles A. Darby suit Divorcehas for said Complaint will b. taken as
husband with If Walter Fleischmann, deceased, are Defendant. Case No. 10-1275 Clerk of the Circuit Court. confessed by you.
busy getting herself a bring someone you. you hereby notified and required to file .Notice T* AppearTo By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk been filed against you la the This notice shall be publishedonce
r.. and trying to find a place to live. have company, bring them, along any claims or demands which they : Sara Tucci, whose residence 10/28 4t 11/18 above, named Court and cause tad each week for five consecutive
Bin. J. L. Strickland you are required to serve a of
bj weeks
have copy In
may against said estate in the the Bradford County
wentto Let them know and address is 44-1043
Robert Martin and family too. you go to office of the County : Eva Peron your answer or pleading to the corn Telegraph.
........ South Carolina Sunday to see I church -Sunday, anyway. Will ford County Florida Judge in the of Court.Bard Prcla.You Brcnos are hereby Aires notified Argentine.that a IB Circuit NOTICE Conrt.TO Braatord APPEAR County, plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney Dated this 26 day of Oct, 1955.
Louis T. Ransom, 316 Professional
SEAL Charles A.
house at Starke Florida within Florida la Chancery. )
.. The Griffis Bros. store at Maxrushvflle their relatives. you be there? eight calendar months from the suit for divorce Frank Leroy Mitchell Plaintiff, Building, Jacksonville 2, Fla.. Clerk of the Circuit Court
has been filed against In vs.
must have been doing a Jim Strickland has been Buffering I date of the first publication of this above named Court and yon cause and tie (Mary Ella Mitchell Defendant. and file the original In the office of By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
with a severe bronchial .. ..yy.....v..YY..9i Notice. Each claim or demand must you are required to serve a copy of Case No. 10-1268 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 10/28 4t lIltS
rushing business Saturday-or all 1'.T. be in writing and must state the your answer or pleading to the Notice Ta AppearTo
boys were gone and cold and is slowly improving. place of residence and post office complaint on the Plaintiff I : Mary Ella Mitchell, whose I
the delivery i address of the claimant residence and address ls
sick IIIGHLAND and must Attorney T. Frank Landrum :-66 School
failed to return. At least, Mrs. Faye England and baby were be sworn to by the claimant, his Starke Florida. Road Elltmore. North Carolina.

D. B. Griffis was doing the de- Sunday and unable to attend agent, or his attorney, or it will become -. and file the original In the office I You suit are bereby notified that a
void for
of the church. We hope all will be well BIri. NormanLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIL according to law. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on divorce
liverying in this neck By Lacy October 20, 1955.S before the has been filed against you In the
and able to attend services next ( ) Charles M. Schmitt bove named i HUNDREDSof
woods. Of course, we do not ob- 28 day of November 1955; Court and cause and
Administrator of the Estate of otherwise the allegations of said you are required to serve 'copy of
ject, as .we enjoy talking with Sunday.We Walter Flelschmann deceased. Complaint'will be taken as confessed your answer or pleading: to the com
her. Johnny was with her to do held Training Union last Mr and Mrs. Charles Mosely of First Publication on October 28, by ypu. plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney t
'955. Smith & Axtell 216 American National details are managed and economic
small be publishedonce
the heavy work two girls to eat Sunday at 6 p. m. and had an in- Jacksonville visited the L. M. 10/J8 4t 11/18 This each week for four consecutive Bank Building Jacksonville ally attended that only trained and
kumquots and all had an enjoy- teresting lesson. We had not had Normans last weekend.Mr. weeks in' the Bradford County Tele- 7. Florida a
I and file the original In the office of careful
I organization
able few minutes' \lsit.! T. U. for several Sundays but and Mrs. Wilbur Wilkinsonand I NOTICE TO APPEAL graph. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or L can attend when
IB Circuit Court Bradford Couty, Dated this 23 day of Oct., 1955. before the the urgent need for serving is at
t Our school,. and. .u. community i-hope' to- be' able. tn..Y *-.11'7 WM., o-VP.t. to. h'son* of Jacksonville attendedchurch Florida la Ckanccry. I'' (OFFICIAL, SEAL) Charles A. Darby 28 day of November, 1955; hand.
John P. Poole, Plaintiff, vs, Laura I Clerk of the Circuit Court otherwise the allegations of saidtlelpaint
former Misg Grad work again and build this little here Sunday. 'Rena Mae Poole &r
nurse, the Defendant ''By Marian.y;:Crosby, ei'Uty l- will be taken as con.
Horn was here to see us last I Clay Hill Church up and let folks Several from here attended cot Case No. 10-1261 i 10/21 4t 11/18 fessed by you.s .

tage prayer meeting at the home I Votlc: Laura To Appear.To Rena.Mae Poole, whose once This tech notice week shall for four be consecutive published I DeWITT C. JONESPhone

of Uncle Sonny Griffis near Law- residence and address is: Route 2, NOTICE TO Bradford APPEAR County. weeks in the Bradford County Tele 7 Starke Fla.,
Circuit Court.
Clinton North Carolina.You la
last week.Theodore graph.
tey .
are bereby notified that a Florida la Chancery.Morris Dated this 26 day of Oct., 1955. m 16 ssnfN'nneral
Plaintiff vs.
Norman and Callie suit for
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.:Darby
Mae Norman Defendant.
Griffis were in Green Cove'Springson Divorcehas Shirley Case No. 10-1263 Clerk of the Circuit Court Ambulance Service
been filed against yon in the By Marian 1.. Crosby Deputy Clerk
o f YOU CAN business last Friday. von above are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of ,I Notice: Shirley To AppearsTo Mae Norman whose 10/23 4t 11/18 Our local funeral home enables as to offer convenience W

Uncle Tim Blackburn seems your answer or pleading to the com- residence and -address Is: Longeron. services not otherwise available.
:7# BEAT OLD some better, but Aunt Frances plaint on the Plaintiff' Attorney Drive No.9, Baltlm re. Maryland.you NOTICE TO APPEAR
I J. Donald GIbson 100 Smith are hereby notified that a ,
Bide.. fa Circuit Court, Bradford County, v. .11 -6 1
Norman is
not too well
right on. Jacksonville. Florida suit for divorce
Florida i In Chancery.
WLATERWINTERIZE Birthdays: L. W. Wilkinson and spa file the original In the office has been filed andy in the Donald E. Rowland Plaintiff, vs. We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and
n' the Clerk of the Circuit Court cause and
Court named
I on above Cundiff Rowland DefendantCase
R. C. Griffis.E. or before the 28 day of Nov.. 1955; you are required to serve a copy of Faye No. 10-1270 accept AlII Y life insurance policy te force. Issued by ANT ,

C. Harvey was called to the I otherwise the allegations of said your answer or pleading AttorneyE. to the Notice To AppearTo company, as payment In part or in full on a funeral I
_OW/ Complaint will be taken as confessed e.mplalnt en the Plaintiff's : Faye Cundiff Rowland whose
Tallahassee area last Saturday by by you. K. Ferryman Starke. Florida residence Is Agency, Iowa and Consultation carries no obligation.
the death of his grandmother.Clara This notice inn be publishedonce and file the originalCircuit office whose address is: Box 112, Agency, -ass.r rrSsssrsrj ssssssrssrsss-srssrssss-_
Court on
each week for four consecutive,of the Clerkor
Boone of Jacksonvillespent weeks In the Bradford County Tele- before the
rape 28 day of November, 1955;
the weekend here with
Dated this 26 day of Oct., 1S55. otherwise the allegations of said
wetTELL friends and relatives. OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Complaint will be taken as confessed .
Anna Mae Norman has Clerk of the Circuit Court hy
returned By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. This Notice shall be published
you HOW to her home at Clay Hill 10/28 4t 11/18 once each week for four consecutive

after being in the Maternity Hos-


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7:30 p. m. Teachers Meeting
Joe Peters Glass Co.
each Saturday 7:30 p. m. Be

sure to attend the revival on the ,
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and hear Rev. Merle Packham. We Design Modern Store Fronts

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I Soil N-E-W-S Conservation I.' ; 00'a ame Thursday I:

By Bill Rasa .
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Soil Conservation Senice I,!

Those attending the supervi j,
sot's workshop at Ocean Pond in \ ca --- w'.
Baker County were Foster Shi ; J.#_ 1; I;
Smith, Lloyd teen, G. T. JIug- ,;

supervisors gins The, Leon work Carter of shop the, is'and different to Bill help Haas.Soil the /' Th THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10 f, TORNADOES E S Ii:

Conservation Districts to do a T
better job in running their dis : {tt k ai
tricts. I .. 11 1 1r
Each district in the State has it
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entered into a cooperative \ ,.\
agreement 8:00: P M \'. II
of understanding with U. S. ;; I
D. A. and the Soil Conservation \ III IIIjl'
Service. This memorandum of
understanding enables the Soil ,.. ,, '
Conservation Service to assign .> KETTERLINUS :
soil and water conservation tech- .. 1 :I
nicians to each districts. These .
technicians then work with .the R 1 fl'

individual cooperators of the dis- I II',;.
trict. They help the cooperators Ii'1
in planning and carrying out soil

and:., water land-use conservation practices and on their Improved :.. BRADFORD I j

farms. .
The State Agriculture Exten- ',. .
sion Service; Agricultural Conservation .- < ,
Program, Florida Forest)
Service, Wildlife Service Farmers 're I
Home Adminstration, and many of PAR K .
the other agenices cooperate with .. ADMISSION
the district in carrying out their

conservation program. / .:

Adults $1.00 .... High School Students 50c
Rufus Alvarez used the District I
grain drill to plant oats for winter .
pasture. Rufus says he has '
moisture at his place and -. .
good .' Elementary School Students 25c
that he shouldn't have trouble >
getting the oats up. .

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The Other day I was discussingthe I
conditions for'planting pine .. Home Games I. I Out 01 Town Games I II II
trees around the county. this year .
with Nealy McConnell, Foresterfor 'r '
Rayonier' Nealy states that September 23 .. Monticello 0 -- Starke 7 I. September 16 .. Macclenny 0 -- Starke 20 I I II
most of his area is too dry now 'I i
to get a ,good live on pine seed- October 7.. P. K. Yone 7.. Starke 19 I :: = il
lings. He also stated that it would I October 1.. Palatka 13 M Starke 6 I ,
pay to wait until we get some '. 0 coer.. Open / II
rains before even starting to .. I ; I
November 4 Seabreeze 0 Starke 14
think about planting seedlings.B. 1 y I October 21 .. Lake City 32 .. Starke 12

Emanual remarked "that I November 10 Ketterlinus In StarkeFernandina I I October 28 .
1 grain drill is the only way to -- Perry 0. Starke 20 I l
plant winter pastures. I sure gota ,
good and even stand with the I November 23.. Bea In Starke I I November 18 Green Cove Green Cove I I
drill." By using a grain drill to I
pastures plant your you winter plant cover the crops seed and at .- ..._._._._..._. -..........._...................._:. .:._- ...r_ _..._..,_....._..."...... ......_._._._._._.-_......I. !

seed the right used. dept and save on, the ., I li I III IIIl I

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Best Wishes to the Team ''Mow 'Em Down, Tornadoes I
FILL DIRTGOOD Support the Tornadoes with your presenceHerb's
Seymours '66 Service Station : Conner Insurance Agency
RICH Drive Inn

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


Jackson Transfer Company CECIL DOUGLAS Manager Western Auto Associate StoreLet's

Phone 165
I Compliments Of .
Support the Tornadoes with your presence
Starke Hardware Co. Support the Tornadoes .-
R. B. Alvarez
R. D.

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

(j) Best Wishes Of Support the Tornadoes with your presence

I C. H. Driggers Furniture Co. Best Wishes Of Thomas Truck Terminal

: oJ Doyle The Cleaner .
: D. M. (Mallette) Hale
For All Occasions Compliments Of Your
Clothes Best Friend

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

Nona St. Starke The House Of Fine DiamondsStarke's
Compliments Of .
Come on out and boost our team \ '_' Leading Jewelry
New Method Cleaners .
Best Wishes TeamBrownlee&Chasteen
FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S Eat At The Best, Forget The RestLet's "
Best Wishes To The Team :
JUST ONEFRIGID.AIRE Faulkners Service Station -- .
Fill the Stands for Tonight's Game .
Made only by General S. R. Johns' Grocery ". Compliments Of .
Motors Corp. All other Best Wishes Team Hart Furniture Co.
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Electric Refrigerators are --
The Farmers
made by other companiesand Supply j',
cannot use the word Best Wishes From ,
Best '
Frigidalre. Wishes Of
Barksdale's Dept. Store Onward Tornadoes! -
: Conways Service Station \
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? ? G. S. "Gib" Browns Service Station V ..; UNION BUS STATION I!;,

THEN SEE Be present tonight to cheer our boys to .

VictorySimpsonUrquhart Best Wishes From Best Wishes
E. H. SMITHTenth Team
Brown Derby Cafe Farm, Home & Auto Supply"f5

and Temple Ae.

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PAGE TWELVE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 11, 19Myy..yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

by Maybelle E. Roberts, principalof ter Irene Thomas. The morning NOTICE TO APPEAR I complaint on the Plaintiff Attorney 1955; otherwise the allegation of graph.
.I. Clrcmlt Coart. Bradford C..ty. Louis T. Ransom SIS Professional said Complaint will be taken as i Dated this 26 day of October U f>
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I Wateroak school. The delicious worship was very inspiring, which Florida I. CkaBeery. Building. Jacksonville E. Florida .confessed by you. (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby
turkey dinner was preparedby included singing by the Junior ,Juan Mantanona, Plaintiff vs. Julia. mi file the original In the office I This notice shall be publishedonce Clerk of the Circuit Court
COUNTY Mantanoaa, Defendant.Case I at the Clerk of the Circuit Court onor each week for four consecutive By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD the home economics depart- Choir under the direction of Sis No. 10-1271 I before the 28 day of November, weeks in the Bradford County Tele- 10'23 4t U 'IS
ment of- RJE under the directionof ter Nonie Pullum and the ser- Notice To AppearTo I
By Ozora Johnson EditorAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I : Julia Mantanona. whose residence -
Bettye Jean Thomas, teacher. mon by the pastor: "When I see and address is: 29 Mayo SU
I Leadership Conference The Blood I Will Pass Over Boston, Massachusetts.
Prizes Awarded A New Day In Music You are,hereby notified that a suit Weather
f I On Sunday, Nov. 6, M. L. Paul, You." The Holy Communion was for divorce
Bradford Fair has On Monday night, Nov. 7, the
The County teacher of 4th grade at RJE, and given in the morning as well as has been filed against you in the COLD WAVE COMINGThis
ended but the memory lingers on. RJE Chorus of 65 voices, under above named Court and cause and Report t
Minott ;secretary of the BCTA, left for a the evening. During the evening you are required to serve a :
During the past week in planned the direction of E. E. the
pleading to
Leadership Conference at Be- services the pastor preached from your answer or
assembly programs at RJE wag featured by tape recordingat thune-Cookman College, Daytona John 3:16. The class leaders: I

awards were made to students the Appreciation Banquet. The Beach. She is also chairman of Brothers Cuffie, Williams, T. Morris -

that contributed to exhibits at guest speaker was principal Eddie the Elementary Department of W. Thomas and sister Nonie SPECIAL SALE73ordei A" A
the fair. Many first, second and Thompkins who spoke on "Ameri
the school. Principal C. C. Anderson Pullum made excellent reports for
third students can Education." It was a timely
'premiums were won by of Lawtey Training school this the first Sunday in the new .
as well as persons in the]address since this is American and president of the BCTA is also conference year. The pastor an- .j 5 _
Training School Hobby]([Education Week. The guests of J
Lawtey in attendance at this con- flounced quarterly conference for
cash I honor included Pastor D. W.:
Club. Persons receiving i I ference. The workshop in leader- second Sunday with Elder A. W.
entries were Mildred Demps of Mt. Moriah Methodist i .
awards for
Dr. Gilbert
ship was planned by Bowles in charge. After Sun-
Aaron, Pearlie Pittman, Martha]|Church, Elder E. L. Walker, pas- Porter, Executive Secretary of day School the membership is a '

McGregor, Jackie Lane, Katherine itor I I of Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church, the FSTA. Dr. Burns, Field Rep- asked to worship with Rev. E. L. I : ; : : :ii

Guions, Leona Hagans, Johnny I Rev and Mrs. R. J. Washingtonof resentative Of the National Ed- Walker and congregation at Mt. ICE CREAM
and Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church,
Slocum, Eddie Lee Tyson I ucation Association, will direct Pisgah. They will worship with $ 6' t 9' parch was .*.
Dolly Williams. The last three I and many other' members and the workshop. The objective is I Allen Chapel in the evening. c J : dOled waS a Warp't W...
students are members of the classin friends. A purse in appreciationwas I dow Material for only IUO,
to improve leadership technique! IhoTt leu than tfa* cost ofou
Exceptional Education taught presented to Pastor Demps and group dynamics in our' 1 y glatt window Mat

by I. C. Jelson and E. Givena.'land Supervisor Ozora Johnson. schools. The meeting was. held'Pecan Prices YauornWinr.r doors and lion- windows oolstorrn,

The other six winners were in the I The Lawtey Training School female from November 6 to 8. t v tun windswept porchtt hi*
trio two numbers. The Promote Thefts la worm, COZy. roost (Tack
Home Economics classes taughtby sang Pre-Polio Drive Meeting on right o..r scrti -.)
''group is directed by Zeporah Jennings -
Betty Jean Thomas. According of
Bradford County Chapter
music teacher at Lawtey.The I While the high price pecans arebringing I
to American Legion Post
NFIP, Miss Sara E. Barefoot
\ has been lifesaver to
singers are A. B. a J
Commander L. H. Gibson, more soprano chairman, has nominated Ozora
extensive plans are being made Anderson and M. W.Turner. The Johnson to represent the chapterat many a Bradford County family
this it has been headache
gifts were ably presented by L. year a
for the Fair In 1956. Many more in Ala.
a meeting
Sheriff "
to P. D. Reddish becauseof
cash prizes will be awarded. The M. Royal Charge Lay Leader of on Nov. 15-16. These meetingsare e f
wave of thefts that have ,
students have been encouraged to :Mt. Moriah Church. The entire planned to give persons in- resulted. JUST CUT ;

prepare now for next year. (affair was planned and steered formation concerning the program -I Latest complaint to reach the 0 ONE QREINfORtfD' AND BACK ON

.and developments most cur- sheriffs office
was from Albert AlL II
I ,
rent in prevention and cure of Tyson, negro who lives at'p'lea- .4

infantile paralysis. Another meet- sant Grove, who reported that r. HOLD IN

ing of the type was held recently three sacks of nuts had been PLASTIC WINDOW MATERLAss0Ni '
es .% at New Orleans at which time I stolen from his corn crib.

the chapter was ably representedby The sheriff's office: picked up > FOR STORM DOORS AND OUT
Mrs. Nina Bishop Andrewsand i PORCH CLOSURES )
three men for questioning in the 1" T i COLD
Chairman Sara E. Barefoot.
case, but they were later released.
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Recently two persons were found
Correction please! RJE PTA always guilty and fined for trespassingand ..I I I IS S i Shatterproof
"4 t.a4 meets on the first Wednes- stealing nuts. W .

-1: day night. If there it a fifth Sun- lasts for Years

day the meeting will follow on I CLEAR MASTIC OVER VW1RI 8ASS-ONIST 351 UN. ff. LESS COSTLY

,' "- that Wednesday. The editor was I YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- FOR LOW COST
;- < that the brook parse-size fountain IB CREENGLASS
under the impression pens
l--,..;.; <\ ,, meeting came on Wednesday after I ford County Telegraph Let in SunshineI

b pastel shades. Only $2.58 at BradOTICK PLASTIC OVER A WIDE MJSH-ONIY Inc 5C:FT Vitamin D
..Nt erg; Jl Holiday each first Sunday. I. I, ?

\" ., ... ,. [ RJE high school PTA had its ,ejfA g ALL "36" WIDE (Also eihP w drksl : w (HEALTHGMNOULTIAViOlET
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\ ; < n.1: regular meeting on RAYS)
i,4 tt ",'..' d night, Nov. 2, with President Notice Is hereby given that the r-=.:-= J""J ((3 x BARN
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Vhfithf[ f.:we cal ris'Y(1rD1isice] | ( Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida, Actsf ,
.,peVertitle" "Vetern0y| : ,'.,Nomber 11th con- Marion Dell made an excellent 1941, will register with the Clerkof / 0 GUARA Glass ,S 9 uaranteed > WINDOWS / / ,
r'.:nues.t h f' 'be holiday: ; !; and on finances received from the Circuit Court in and for" erj crystal c I e ar fles 0 o1
a' dedicatee.vopeace, to report Bradford County. State of Florida, 1 S Genuine money back. Beware ;
tth Jvalian't i 'men "wno: #aug6t\to \preserve it. May families that were asked to paya upon of receipt thin notice of proof the of fictitiousname publicatlon -; 1 rrrw iii( to r Iwo lull Tears or tor you the "' ?warps' branded 7 c +T s r

thu As x)tam pl 1e-of'' o1'ray |nd patriotic 4" devotion dollar on the piano. I of Moench Electrical Service Ij, imdatons look protect NOT SOLO BY '
: ? During the waisteline rally ice & Contracting under which I am en. pYMwr, I Ir tt along the edge for Y out /
.jJ1eyoung'm{ ,armed forces. gaged in business at 125 W,,.1 I d t r MALI ORDER
lnsp oo'\m our + : Pn.
&:""" .t"z, :.. J ...".;1 cream was sold. The cream was!I I Washington Ave., Starke, Fla. aaarekung II BROS. CIuc.Ca S1 1921 i M aARP
., Re I r Egphsned _
> n'.1 donated by president S. RoyalPTA Earle Raymond Moench 125 W,, 1 II
Washington Ave., Starke Fla., sole; ,
< < ;., An members not present will b<, owner. II t, {Take this fid withiTyou to your Dealer)
(This bank wilt not be N;;; ),ber llth measured at the next meetingThe Dated this 21st day of October, if iW4 ifs ba good!l
_._ ......__Opeli,' on...,'" ''" "t ) December meeting feature A.D., 1955, at Starke. Fla. : ggt SOLD HOMETOWN HARDWARE & LUMBER DEALERS
'\ 10/21 U 11/11 I
will be a cake walk at which I I

time hot chocolate will be served

, We are urging more parents anc ,

FLORIDA BANK STARKE teachers to attend the meeting; : >e ,
l and fo]r IS
in order to discuss plan R QY
welfare of children Plat
the your
Member Florida National Group
now to be present on Dec. 7

I Frances Jenkins, Reporter. !b.

Club of Lawte; '
'" The Hobby . .
I Training School held its regula:

meeting Tuesday night with president ....' "
Smith in charge ,, ..
Truelove .,
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BUSINESS DIRECTORYFor The group is working hard tj 0e :. '<'. .. :' ::
complete the quilt before th
Reliable. Dependable Service and Merchandise Shop that it may be :a
holidays so 0 TO 60 MILES PER HOUR FASTER THAN EVER BEFORE. on the runway! Think what this means when you want to
Starke Business Firms member. Th e
lovely faculty gift advisor for some is Emma Burne r.g It's the kind of performance many a jet plane can't beat pass, enter fast-moving streams ol traffic or climb hills!

The PTA of Hampton Trainin,

school sponsored a benefit movion e i w

HIGH TESTED Friday, Nov. 4, "The Roarin,g

THICK WALL WELDINGCAST IRON I BRASS and Frontier Wild," starring Bill Elliot.Tex Princips Ritte r You may never need all of THE BIG jVJs pickup

pleased with the al-

BLOCKS CUMBER'SWELDING SHOP all tendance colored Friday and Nov.cast,plans: 11 Two another, starring Gun movion Ma a ien ien . but what a warm, safe feeling to know its there

And Phone 248-J From Harlem" Admission: 21c f<>r ,

Cor. 10th & Thompson children and 35c for adults. Pla n LMDA

READYMIXEDCONCRETE now to attend. Let this be yoi ir r':::""" :.. ,:. ':::: ': .,..':.:.;.;.:::::i./..:::.:.;Y;: ;..:"".:: :: :. :,. .' "' f:

"Veterans Day" treat. .; {iN.w,." i$ t" ? ltt9: "::'. ':., ". '. :; "
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Phone 94 MARGE'SKYSTLE On Sunday, Nov. 6, at 2 p. r n 'i.'r/M.%>;'M%.%1< tP. ?:.Aht4\1.. :" :;M rllif0'P X *F fJtij: { (l__.>>, .

the funeral service for Eli Gr: : : : : :': 4r-": : : ":: :'>j/<.,=" .... ..... .,. .; .
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at Mt. Mom : l:7"S : ..:' : !: "j.fllltJlt': H : : :. : y./:. : ., '::
BRADFORDENGINEERING KONE ham Sr. was held ihV ... .. <.. .. "
D. V' ',./ .,' U..'. Y ,v;, '." ....,....., P': ,::::M1dtwUWJ: .:. pi.ib.; ..;, .
Church, Rev. > .
Methodist :: (: 'M.w. *:;:;" dV:'

CO. At Herb's Drive In Demps, pastor, presiding. Theby '. ..".. .', < ,. ... v ,
principal eulogy was delivered tan

Package Milk Shakes : Rev. Blount, former pastor t > 5'r, .o.N
I And I District Supt. of the Gainesvil]Ieiy

OPEN SUNDAY District. The funeral was large

KING KONES attended by relatives and frieni isn '. .

12:30 8:00 P.M. DELICIOUS; of this old citizen of Starke. I ne

7:30 10:30 A.M. I REFRESHING terment was at Oddfellows Cem -
Funer al
tery by e I
9 Home.

On Wednesday Pstor Dem 1
will leave for annual conferenin ce -
GROCERIESWEST Beach. The me) y3 lvr i,: L_._'
West Palm
\ rich '
END DRY CLEANINGGROCERY bers and friends of the chur X --
have made it possible for him to
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make a round report. We wi sh
successful sojournthe at iy sah '
for him a i
t WE CALL FOR conference and hope that, I //////g ;

Y.TTTTTTTTTTTTVTVTTTTYTVTSchwinn. AND DELIVER Bishop Bowen will send him ba ck %

Bicycles Phone 135 to Starke. I I r :%/F..rN
Allen Chapel A.M.E. Churl:h.
Rev. R. J. Washington past or.ith. .!
NEW METHOD services all d:
LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED held regular ay. TRIMS VITAL SECONDS OFF PASSING where seconds count most. This handsafely. Working smoothly with optional Mere-O-fatic Drive, Mercury's 225.hp
school at 10 a. w
Bike CLEANERS Sunday m. some Montclair hardtop has no trouble getting out,around and back in line quickly, SVFEIY-SIRCE V-8 responds to your toe-touch in just a fraction of a heartbeat
Simpson Shop \ Bob Green S15 Temple Ave.VISIT Supt. Homer Williams in char,ge
S. Walnut StAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA The school was opened by s;is-

P New 1956 Mercury offers horsepower is u.orkingpower!Mercury's pick. an all-new impact-absorbing steering wheel.

225 up adds more than just new speed; it means Yet-for allMercury's big-car look,length,

you horsepower In a new ease, new safety in everyday drhingand brawn, prices start lower this year than

.* CALL j WRITE great new Safety-Surge V-8 from a full stop into superhighway traffic, or 17 models in the low-price field*. If you

cruising-speed pickup for passing. And for can afford any new car, you can .afford THE .

INCSVILLE Don't judge THE BIG M by horsepower alone! peace-of-mind motoring there's a whole new BIG M. See it today. It's now on display' in

MARION FINANCE COMP ANY, Judge it by the fact that more of its high group of Mercury safety features including our showroom! .

*Joid M compffao* of mtmilodvrttl niggtittd ,,, or
factor rttorf".....vtuig the Mary Mtdalat 2-door..-.
P. O. Box 446 .. GAINE

218 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE!,NUE = For 1956 the is to THE BIGs iMlERCURY

PHONE FR-6.5333 COL1LOANS ]:LECT big move


$25.00 $300.00 McGRIFF MERCURY MOTOR;

Court & Jefferson Sts. Phone 447 Starke, Fla.



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