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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 18, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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: i Highland Man Dope Smuggling I Children, Dispute Over Use



u ri. Given Five YearsIn Mother Placed Group Sl > Of Equipment




I IJ Rape CaseCharles On Probation Tours Enlivens Council


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= Mosley, Highland pulp- If you were a judge, what A dispute over the use of city
[ would do in this case? Hospital
wood operator, was convicted in you equipment on private work en-
A woman, mother of six children livened the
Circuit Court Tuesday of statu- ___ City Council meeting
and expecting another in an. Tuesday night.
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tory rape of a 16-year-old girl
i I a few months, pleaded guilty last Dave Paulk, local earthmo'ingcontractor
NEWLY REORGANIZED OFFICER staff of the local National Guard and sentenced to five years in the 1 week to a charge of smugglinga protested" to the Coun

unit which became Co. C, 748th Armd. O/d. Bn.. of the 48th Armored State Prison. drug into the State Prison at cil that the City's grading ma-

Division on Nov. 1. Seated ((1 'to r) Lt. Billy Dansby, chief of the Defense Attorney Joe Jennings Kaiford where her husband is Members of the Bradford Coun- chine had been used recently at

Track Vehicle Section; Lt. Randal F. Chitty, company commander; said he is going to appeal the an inmate. ty Children's Committee toured Container Corporation's new wood

Lt. Drew F. Reddish, ('hlet'ht'el Vehicle Section. Standing: ((1 to r) case and file a motion for a new When asked why she committedthe the nearly-completed Bradford yard, on orders of Mayor W. T

Lt. Rodney P. Hall, chief Armament Platoon; Chief Warrant OfficerA. trial.The crime, the woman Mrs. County Hospital following their Jackson. Paulk stated that he

L. Crosby Jr. supply officer; and CWO John C. Stephens, chief girl testified she had been Agnes Reynolds of Tampa replied regular luncheon meeting Monday.At did not think it fair that the city

Small Armament Section. going with Mosley since Januaryand that she was trying to raise right, hospital administratorR. equipment be used in competition

had been intimate with him some extra money for Christmas. E Edmondson demonstrates with private contractors aa he

fl T 4 many times, the first time in Un- Circuit Judge George L. Patten \delivery room operating light to .t f does a considerable amount of

ion County last Ferbuary as they faced this knotty problem last members of the group. This is 1 work for Container and had mov-

.were returning from a movie in Thursday in court, when, aftera a smaller type fixture than is ed his own equipment there from

Lake Butler. pre-sentence investigation, he used in the main operating room. Brooker to do the job.

The. information charged o had to render a verdict. The touring visitors were impressed The charge threw the meeting

y ley with being intimate with the The Judge suspended the sen- with the spaciousness and t. r rl into an uproar.

girl on Aug. 15. tence, but put the woman on beauty of the hospital interior. Mayor Jackson stated heatedly

The defense contended that if probation for three years with The patients' rooms are bright that he had been asked by L. D

A the girl was intimate with Mos- 'the following conditions: that she. and airy and each is done in a ) 1 Vining 1.2 of Container to do about
[E hours of
1 Ie ley in ,February in Union Countyshe return to her home in Hills- different pastel shade. grading on the
i, roads in the
could not have been "of pre- borough County within three Shown above is architect's ) P a: after the wood yard, and that

vious chaste character" in Brad- days; that she stay out of Brad- sketch of the hospital which with Mayor talked it over

ford County on August 15 as re- ford County during the term of "may" be opened to the public .v ordered Councilman I. E. Clark he
t the
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Y quired by the state law under probation; that she fulfill all some time next month, Edmondson What grader to do the job.

W which the state was prosecuting. other provisions of the probation.The said. apparently happened, according -
to the r1ismc__ .
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who had been !
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Judge Patten ruled that the case woman followed nmun
setting this precedent had beenupercede staying at the little village of in the meeting, was that
Police
Get Raise the
.. Coun- job requested but
on the Bradford
t Under later testimony the girl Mayor Jackson then started on
ty side of New River near the i other work, with
not which the
said she was sure result that
county she was in when the first Prison with a quantity of nasa- Planned By Elks Queen ContestCrowning After agreeing Paulk that protested.

act was committed. lators containing desoxyephedrine, Says They Deserve\ thing was a misunderstanding the whole
a drug which inmates value for the
During the testimony it was i A pay raise of $5 a week for ,Council discussed ways and
means
revealed that the girl is now pregnant -. its intoxicating effect. Her prac- Plans for an annual Strawberry'Police Chief W. E. Thornton and of preventing a repetition
CURRENT RECRUITING DRIVE of the Florida National Guard be tice was to drive by the I of the
She said Mosley had prom prisonand Bowl Asst. Chief Riley Sweat, and of the annual Homecoming affair.
charity football I
bearing fruit here Monday night when five new recruits were the from her car, game were
toss drugs
gan ised to marry her, but when she $2.50 a week for the five patrolmen Queen will be a between- j Councilman Ruby Johns
sworn In daring the local unit's regular drill hours. Lt. RodneyHall F. where trusties could pick them announced this week by- the-local I halves feature of the Bradford- that the said
went to his home with her par was passed by the City Council should be informed
(right) is pictured above administering the oath to Leroy Pad up for delivery to her husband. Elks Lodge. Fernandina football game here before
ents to tell him she was pregnantshe Council Tuesday night. any such jobs were done
gett, Robert Saunders J. D. Adams, Billy Harrington, and Buck GllL found that he had been mar The nasalators cost 49 cents, The first Berry Bowl will be Mayor W. T. Jackson asked the I i next Wednesday night. The Queen ''and' Chairman James A Lewis,
The local unit needs another 20 men to reach'lts goal in the current around $5 held I+will be elected went further
by
popularotes
ried since Oct. 22. but bring prisoners here Friday night Dec. 9, Council for the raise for the police [' and came out flatly

drive. In his charge to the jury State'sAttorney each when the filler is removedand at 8 o'clock, Carl Roberts, chairman department, stating that the men among the students at BHS. against any more rental of city

T E. Duncan accusedthe cut into small pieces which of the event said yesterday. were working hard, that their I.i Candidates are: 12th Grade, I equipment Council Johns moved

Let Tickets Fall Where defense of hiding behind a are then sold to inmates at 50 Roberts stated that Columbia hourly rate was extremely low, (Jane Richarde; 11th Grade, San- that the Council agree on that as

They May, technicality of the law. He saidthe cents each.A High School (Lake City) will be and that they deserved a raise. dra Strickland; 10th Grade, La- a with policy but it was not seconded,

state did not have to prove I prison official said that pro one of the teams to play here on In the discussion which followed vora Capps. 1 most of the discussion developing -

Jackson All-Out Drive Aug. 15 was the only date Mos longed use of the drug drivesmen that date, and their opponent will it was disclosed that patrolmenare A Homecoming dance, spon- the fact that it would seriously"handicap

Says Mayor ley was intimate with her, but had "crazy: He described it as be announced as soon as arrangements hired at a salary of $40 a sored by the Senior Class, will were the the City if such

to prove she was intimate with "murderous" to sell it to prison are completed. Lake City week for the first six months, and Abe; held immediately after the No action case.

The drive by police for strict fine., him within at least two years before ers suffered only! fine defeat this then it becomes $50. football game.'Flying Council on the was taken by the

enforcement of traffic laws in One person, however, sent his the filing of "t\e.information. :Mas. Reynolds'"' car had been season at Ue,.hands of ifeon I Jackson stated matter, but Mayor

Starke reached a peak this week ticket; to the City Hall with the Duncan told the jury that a noticed parked near the prisonon High (Tallahassee). .--- Tornado Whirl\ ;\ Auto' would in the future flatly"wash that he

when over 75 tickets were issued, request that it be "fixed." Whenit conviction would say to "these several occasions and was keptun Receipts from the Strawberry I hands completely of decisions my

most of them for "wrong-way" was given to :Mayor Jacksonhe young wolves in Bradford Coun er surveillance, resulting in Bowl game will be used by the Cuts Light Pole on the use of city equipment any

parking, according to Mayor W. returned it with the comment ty" that they can't get away with her arrest. Elks Club for charity purposes, In other actions, the Council:

T. Jackson. > that the only way it could be something like this. The woman's husband is servo Roberts said. Tuesday NightThe '18 Feet In Air Received the thanks of the local _____

The Mayor had recently given fixed would be by paying the $1 The jury took 44 minutes t ing a sentence for rape of her More complete plans will be announced American Legion Post as expressed

the police' orders to enforce the fine. reach its verdict. Jurors were S. 12-year-old daughter by a former next week. annual Tornado Whirl, I by L. H. Gibson for the Coun-

laws impartially. Another called the mayor by L. Peek Jr., foreman, F. B. Davis marriage, court officials said. rally preceding the Homecominggame pep Careening madly after sideswiping -'Icil's cooperation and the help of

"No matter who a man is, no phone and protested that he had John Darby Gaskins, A. G. I I Council will be held at the BHS' an on-coming trailer, an''city employees in the recent Bradford -

matter what walk of life he's in,I teen parking that way for 20 Hazen, N G. Hayes, and S. W. Employs stadium Tuesday night Nov. 22,,I automobile hit an embankmentand County Fair. Also received

I expect him to get fair treat- years, but was told that what he Whitehead. Pecan Sale Set I [starting at 7 o'clock. : flipped 18 feet up into the the offer of two lots the Legion

ment, but I expect him also to; was doing was illegal. :Mosley was released in the custody Night Operator'For This year's Whirl, sponsored by I air, clipping off a light pole, Wed- ''owns which could be used by the

obey the laws," the Mayor said. Mayor Jackson and the police of his attorney and under his : the Junior Class, will feature skits, i nesday morning about two miles 'city for a park or picnic grounds.

Caught in the drive were a department received encouragement same $1,000 property bond. Judge For Next TuesdayDue I 2-Way RadioI band numbers, a pep rally led by |I north of Starke. Discussed the location of a fire

number of prominent citizens, in- from the City Council Tuesday Patten directed him to produce anew I the Tornado cheerleaders, bon fire, Charley Royal Merritt, Palmet- siren in the west end of Starke

cluding some officials, and they night when he reported the I $1,500 property bond within to the Thanksgiving holiday I I I I After a roll call vote, the City brief speeches, and refreshments. I i ito, driver of the car, was thrown but agreed that it would be placed

for the most part paid their $1 (Continued on Page 8)) I three days. next week's pecan auctionat I I Council Tuesday night authorized Thanksgiving turkeys will be given! clear of the wreckage. He was I'iatop the new water tank when it
I taken to a Gainesville hospital in is erected. '
Mayor W. T.
I the Starke Farmers Market Jackson to hire a away.
I man at $40 As a special attraction, Jo Ann an ambulance, although his injuries I Decided to inspect some trees
will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 22, weekly to serve as a
Tornadoes Play (Green Cove Friday according to an announcement py J ;night radio operator of the coun- Smith Rowe, now a member of the I did not seem to be serious. 'which a property owner in the

; Ralph Nettles Jr., who has man- I'I y's two-way radio at the County University of Georgia band, will I Merritt, who was driving a '51 .City wishes removed, before mak
I Packard north 301 ing decision.
aged the sales here thiS season.A ;jail. give a twirling demonstration. on Highway any
There will also be songs by Bobbe rounded the curve about two miles|I Postponed a decision on the reJqvest -
Councilmen [
heavy volume of good quality I. E. Clark, Ewell
Bastedo and Carol I north of Starke at what State of O. G. McGee for an electrician's
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Pickett, and
BHS Set For Lawson L/O. a
Homecoming WednesdayThe nuts is expected at this sale, and Hazen voted in :
starting at 2 p.m. [the affirmative; Chairman James skit by Gene Norman. I Trooper Carlos Musgrove describes license until the next
A, Lewis Admission is free and the public as a very high rate ,o f neeting.
voted "no
Total poundage of nuts at the and Council
is invited. speed and went over to the
Tornadoes lost a close 8-7 I r11- iJL-i sale last week was 35,981, Nettles man Ruby Johns abstained fromoting side wrong!'
of the road and side-swiped !Painter
.- Paints
decision to the undefeated Yellow said netting'the growers $13836.43 ,- saying she had not studiedhe Way
Elks Will Honor a south-bound trailer. Merrill's
Jackets of Ketterlinus last Friday an average of 38 1-2 problem sufficiently. 'Out Of Jail HereWith
car smased the trailer wheels,
night, but hope to bounce back cents a pound. Lewis stated for the record that State Dignitary the
bending heavy rims, went out
into the win column against the le was opposed to Paint' Brush
hiring extra
"There was a price slump on an A meeting of the Elks will beheld of control for 300 or 400 feet and

Blue Devils of Green Cove Springsin ,. many varities at the Nov. 10 I Iman for the job because he believed Monday, Nov. 21, at 7:30 pjn. then lopped off the light pole 18 Problem: painter in city jail

an out of town game tonight BHS sale" Nettles said, "The decline the present force could handlehe [in the club house. Guest of honorwill feet up in the air. under sentence of $25 fine

(Friday). was expected on some varieties, assignment, by re-arranging be J. Pierce Smith, District' He was charged by Deputy five days.Solution. or
he work
Green Cove copped the St. ii 33. but came as a surprise on others." schedule. Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler. J. Sheriff Fate Brown with reckless : Prisoner
S3 given paint
Johns Conference title for the L'. Curtis led in volume and price Previous to the vote, Mayor [R. Kelly, Exalted Ruler of the driving by excessive speed, and he worked day and night ands ;
second straight year last Friday with [Jackson had outlined the problem local lodge, that all
Guard a raise in price over last requests members violating of right Of way; hi painted his way out.
when they swamped Hastings 32- sale. They averaged 43 cents, :'to the Council. He said that while be present. band was set at $75. Painter free; jail like new

2. The Bradford-Green Cove gameis Stuarts 43 1-2, seedlings 31 1-2, 'he once had disagreed with his

always a thriller, and annually mixed 28, :Mahans 50, Schley 54 predecessor, believing that the pol-
creates great interest among followers -I And 1-2. 'ice could be assigned a schedule
of the two schools. The that would include the radio shift,
Other buyers in Starke were
Blue Devils are already signed to :he now realized that it was not Tr
active on the pecan market, but
neighboring Lake Butler in possible. :
play
they stated that they had no T
Shrine Bowl at Green Cove Tackle
the figures yet for publication. They 'i "The present schedule of police Library

on Dec. 2. I II said the crop would not be fully !work hours sets up by the former
Jim Sohme, 170-pound quarter- I is "
mayor a good one, Mayor
another
I gathered for 10 days,
back, is tabbed as an excellent II ,. and that* figures would be avail 'Jackson said. He then proposed Will Move : g

passer and does a good job of able then.Nettles. .the hiring of an additional man
faking the ball. The Blue Devils I for the job, and the Council voted I
reported that the total
operate out of the T-formation i I for the move. Soon _
t sales on the market, so far this I I .
with Sohme running the keep season amounts to roughly Mayor Jackson told the Council L 'T ;
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and James Skoofalas I '
often, 1
play 115,000 Ibs.Union. that while the names of several in- .
fullback, doing a fine job of capacitated men had bee suggested To New : .

going into the line. Skoofalas i s I[ for the job of radio operator, ___

also their top defensive man from' Services he' believed that an ablebodiedman Home jThe j- .

his line-backing post. RAYMOND STEFANELLf (left), 133 pound Senior, plays guard as was needed.It -

Sftong Defensive I his regular position, but was shifted to tackle after the injury that then
was that the
Bradford's efforts against Ket, benched Kenneth Green. On agreed > ,
Thanksgiving Mayor recommend a man for the
terlinus were superb in all de FREDDIE STEPHENS, 200 pound Sophomore, plays both left and job to the Council, for its consideration .
partments and it was a real con t right tackle. Specializes in defense, but has been playing offensively .

test of two stout lines facing, also, due to injuries of other squad members. The Union Thanksgiving service
About six months
the
each other. Fans on both sides for the churches of Starke will be ago City

were amazed at the strong defensive Ja!.s Intercepted own end zone. I held Thanksgiving Day at 10 bought a two-way radio for its
police car, with the plan that it
show of their respective The lone Ketterlinus touchdown ,, Coach Register stated this week a.m. in the First Methodist would be incorporated into thecounty's

teams. was made by Fullback 'I I that the officials were correct in 'i Church. I I
Wayne radio system. The, step Starke library has outgrown j
Ketterlinus held the edge in their ruling allowing KetterlinusI Rev. J. E. Sherwood will preside LIBRARY CHAIRMAN, Sirs. IL C. Ritch (left) is pictured above
I Grissom from one yard out, after was taken to provide speedier its home in the Woman's Club and
statistics but until halfway in safety on what like intentional at the service and Rev. L. discussing proposed mote with 31rs. Jeannette
Robert Giddens !(I, appeared police help in time of emergency, is to be moved to the upstairs of C. Young, veteran
the fourth period, the Tornadoes intercepted a Reddish D. Haines, of the Starke librarian.
I grounding of the ball. pastor First particularly at night. the old county jail behind the Crowded condition of present library in Woman's
threw back each scoring bid the pass on his own 44-yard line I I I Dennis Mathews, Joe Harden, Baptist Church, will bring the courthouse. It will be renamedthe Club is obvious In this picture.
Jackets made. The Tornadoes and hauled it back to the Brad-,'and Lamar Shaw were singled out Thanksgiving message. Other The plan was that the County

couldn't get their offensive going: ford 46. From there Grissom ['for their defensive playing. local ministers will assist in would provide the facilities and a Bradford County Public '.side

either until Reddish connected plowed through the Tornado line I Statistics directing the service. daytime operator, if the City Library. entrance built. !,ning, opened the library with a
with two completed passes near for telling gains until the goal ,! BITS KJIS Members of the First Methodist would hire a night operator, thus The Woman's.Club, sponsor of In the new location there "will ]|thousand of her own books and

the end of the game, after Ket I was reached. Valentine's kick for 1st downs -____ 4 9 Baptist and Presbyterian putting the system on a 24hourbasis. the library, voted" last week to be plenty of room for the library'ij 'the Woman's Club donated 150
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terlinus scored their 8 extra ____ 'make the mov The Bradford j to grow, Mrs. Ritch. said, "and'more.
points. point was wide. Rushing, yards 37 109 I Choirs will present a special number ,
Commissioners
Gus Kopelousos scored the Tornadoes -I Ketterlinus scored their ___ County I 1 have agreedto there will be reading rooms and The library was first
winning(Passing yards 4-1 0 "We Gather Together and However, the matter has been pay for heating, insurance, work rooms. i housed in
on a 12-yard heave, after safety soon after, when the Tornadoes -:Total yards 81 109,will lead the congregational sing- deadlocked until Tuesday night on lights and water for the,new site. | Since its I the reception room of the Woman'sClub
beginning as a WTA
Ferguson had caught a 32yardpass had their backs to the Fumbles lost __ I
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goal
the issue of whether
w the CT then
present Mrs. H. Ritch, library chairman in moved to a larger
: and set up the touchdown.Reddish .land the officials ruled, that Reddish I Number punts ______:. 5::i 3'ing.A special offering will be re- seven-man police force can handle said the move is to be made project 1935, the library haS:|across the hall. The room
from about books
grown 1,000 volumesto
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made the extra point oir intentionally grounded the ball j Punt average ___32.4 29.4 .ceived which will go to Hope the extra assignment, or whether were
Jan. 1. The
site
by new will be
an end run. 'while attempting to pass from his !Yards penalized __20 35 I Haven Hospital in Jacksonville. !far I additional man is needed. I completely renovated and an out-I Young almost, librarian 8,000. since Mrs.its Jeanette begin]r the moved room to was its present vacated location by the USCJ.Yoga after





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Farmer's DiaryBy ;
BAYLESS H11YAY\ OTICE OF INTENTION TO Florida: -
REGISTER FICTITIOUS XAME
315 feet of 7 ft. (Custodian type
Notice is hereby given that the
Sam McGarvey Galvanized Chain link fence fabric -
By Anna Ruth CrosbytAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA undersigned, under the provisions of : 6 ft. of 9 gauge !" mesh with
Chapter 10.953, Laws of Florida 1 ft. of 3 strand barbed wire on
with picturesJust Her oil needle Acts of 1911, will register with the top. 2" O.D. Galvanized steel pipe
I. pressure gauge Clerk of the Circuit Court in and line posts, no toprall.
wobbled constantly, it took longer Mrs. Deloris Mongiori, Mr. and for Bradford County, State of Flor- 1 H ft. wide Double drive gate
and ida, upon receipt of proof of publication with handle-type locking assem-
and
longer to crank her ,
up Mrs. Otis Crawford and childrenof of this notice, the fictitious bly. all weld joints galvanized

when you get to thinking you're pretty good it's usually,timeto her sounded noises increased until she Jacksonville Warren Kelly of pany name, under of Florida which Boat I am Shield engaged Com in and 1 plastic 5/6" frame.coated over galvanizing
look around and take stock. more like a cement mixer Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Ran- business at Sit ';. Temple AYe., 2 3" O.D. Gate Terminal posts.
than she did a car. Starke. Fla. 2 3" O.D. Corner Terminal posts.
Starke and Bradford County have had lots of favorable publicity in Sam feared that she would meet dolph Crosby of Maxville visited Jos. H. Arnold, P. O. Box 383, 3:! 3" O.D. End Terminal Posts.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Starke, Fla.. sole completely installed at County Jail,
Crosby one owner.
months and enough pats on the back to make us feel com Starke Bradford ,
recent very the end of the poetic "one horse Dated this 4th day of November County Florida
placent and self-satisfied. First there was a story in "Suntime." thenan shay" which ran for 100 years and day last week. A.D.. 1955. at Stark. Fla. The reserves Hoard the of County right to Commissioners reject any-
article in "Town Journal," and at least one metropolitan daily news- January 13, 1W9 a heavily then fell in a heap. But he kepton Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ward, Mrs. 11/4 4t 11/23 and all bids.BOARD .
Freddie Watterson and Mr. and OF COUNTY CODUTSSIONERS
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paper is planning another article in the near future. All of these haveimprove loaded station wagon of '39 vine grimly, day after day, waiting Mrs. SEALED CALL FOR BIDS BRADFORD COUNTY.-
Newmans and BIDS
Lois will be taken until
daughters
FLORIDA,
pointed out the best features of Starke and the great growth and tage with 78,000 miles to her nervously for the final collapse. visited relatives in Georgia 90 A.M., December 5, 1S55, for furnishing (OFFICIAL SEAL)
crossed' Florida line Then, Nellie Belle to the Board of County By Charles A. Darby
ment made here during the past few years. credit, one day gave last Saturday.Mr. Commissioners of Bradford County. Clerk of said County.
Naturally, we'are proud that our town is recognized as a symbol of bearing a trio of very hopefuland up. She wouldn't start, and finally 11,11 It 11 IS
: and Mrs. Bill Shandley of
the progressive spirit that can pervade a community when! its citizens excited Yankees who had when a garage man's 12-volt
Bradenton the R. R.
visited Cros-
We that this of come to make a new home. battery gave her a good spin, she
work together toward a common goal. are glad phase bys last '
city has caught the popular fancy and is being presented to Later named Nellie Belle, the took off on what proved to be her Sunday.Mr.
our young final and Mrs. Charles
had already Newmansof
the public through various magazine and, newspaper publications.At old station wagon runeWheezing sel lout !
put in a good ten years of hard complaining, oil Gainesville visited with the ofK a
the same time, we should not lose sight of the fact that there is work but it wasn't until she gauge zero, running on water and Lois Newman family last Sunday.

still much to be done before Starke becomes the model town that all of us settled down in Bradford County three spluttering cylinders, Nellie Miss Lorene Heberling Of Ft

hope some day it will be. The progress we have made and are makingcame that she became acquainted with Belle slowly made her way home Lauderdale spent the weekend

not because we were smug and self-satisfied, but because we recog- farm work. for the last time. She showed with the C. C. Hutchinsons. Lorene a --

nized our deficiencies and did something about them. Until then, she had been used her courage on that trip, and and Aaron Hutchinson were shop-

to haul people, and once in a finally with her bearings knock- ping in Jacksonville one day last 8wJifl

# i while occasional luggage, but now ing like castenets, arrived home. week.

.fir I she became a farm worker. For We make this" final salute to a Gail Reddish, Beverly Jo, Mary -

.J instance, one day she groaned faithful servant. Old Nellie serv- Alyce, and Anna Ruth Crosby M 14

4 J : beneath a load of 1,800 Ibs. of ed us well, and only those who Marty Crosby, and Mrs. Floyd I I-
SHACKS x fertilizer, and another time she have also had an old car like her Crosby were among those attend _

M hauled a 500 Ib. sow, to say can appreciate our feelings.. ing the parade in Gainesville last
nothing of more than a dozen But she will have a decent Friday afternoon.
STILL end. No old car cemetery for
feeder
trips hauling pigs to :Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and
market. Nellie, where she would be an
daughter, and :Mrs. Lester Cros
Old Nellie hauled calves, chickens eyesore and a hunk of junk to
MAR by were visitors in Gainesville re
A ti furniture, lumber, cement, rust away. cently.
corn, berries, beans, peas, and The old gal now is being dis
SOME just about everything that we mantled, and we will use parts John Kelly jf Johnstown is I.
spending a while with his soniny 1
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could cram into her. of her for a wagon, and man
i In the course of the 40,000 other purposes. In that way old I law and daughter, the C. C. Kel-
.
HIGHWAYAPPROACHES 4 ':' miles she traveled over Florida Nellie will not die. She will prob lys.
; ,,!':" she managed to keep going over ably live on many years after Misses Ardelia and Diann Hall

sandy, rutty, roads, through bed her grateful master and mistress of Jacksonville were weekend : "E-1 1'
ded up fields, across pastures, have passed away. guests of the L. A. Crosbys.

and when gathering firewood she
learned to cut cross-country and
JfrertununfFrom
blaze her own trail. -

Or course, not all this without
where I Joe Marsh
r protest. She rattled, shiveredand sit..ty
That's the reason we think it an appropriate time to republish the shook, swayed all over the

pictures appearing with this illustrated editorial. Better than a thousand road like a dog with its rear end

words, they portray some of the things about Starke that still need cor- out of commission, coughed, back- Seen Monk's
recting before we can truly warrant the title of being a model town. There fired, and ran on every combina- ,

may be those who will say that it is better to ignore such unsightly spots, tion of her eight cylinders, but "Better Half"?
them and them for rarely on all eight at one time.
but we feel that it is only by ferreting out recognizing
what they are, that they will ever be corrected or improved. But she knew how to keep go- aMonk
ing with a minimum of upkeep. McCarthy's latest creation,"Monk told me,"shows folks

-.f-. During the six faithful years tion has the town talking again. the kind of work I do." 1 VIEW!

which Nellie served us we had You can see it parked in front of From where I sit, some of

It fewer repair bills than most Monk's auto repair shop on Maple. Monk's ideas may look a little BIG CAPACITY
motorists have in a year. How-
Remember last year Monk cut wild sometimes...but I wouldn'twant
ever, she had one extravagance.She .
THERE ARE loved oil! It was only with two cars in half, and put their to tell him how to run his COME G-E RANGE
,. front ends together You couldn't business any more than I'd lib
: the !
greatest difficulty that we TODAY WITH/ DELUXE FEATURES
could get her. to make the trip tell if the thing was coming or him to tell me what beverage to IN

EVEN to Starke, without her wanting to going. Sure attracted attention. enjoy. He always keeps a hot pot

s stop at Shuford's for a quart or Now Monk's taken Tog Morof tea in his garage-I'd rather We Service What We Sell
have a cold glass of beer-but respect -
old sedan and
completely
gan's
A FEW OF THESE two.There's
for each other's opinion isis
:
no telling how long old restoredone half of it. One side
Nellie Belle might have kept go- as good as new,the other looks "auto"-matic with us both.

STILL AROUND, ing, but several months ago Sam like-well,Tog's old car."Sort of Gv I1A. G. J L MCGRF!
strained the old gal beyond endurance a before-and-after demonstra ,t
i. z as '?hen he started making OVV
BELIEVE IT daily trips of almost 100 miles. GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
She Cor. Call & Walnut Sts. STARKE FLORIDA
t managed to keep it up fora Copiright,1955, United States Brewers Foundation ,
+ while, chug-chugging along ata ,
t A OR NOT ; majestic 38 miles an hour, witha -

cloud of smoke proclaiming the
fact that she dearly loved oil but JAN. FEB. MAR. APRIL MAY JUNE JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC

< _, ill on each trip the old gal protested
more and more.

? ,Fed eR Not long ago she developeda
be i N bad case of gall bladder trouble -
and the end was in, sight.

Our highway entrances to the city have, been greatly beautified in recent '9..y..yIORTH
years but in the midst of the beauty spots there still stand dilap- ? I9r6 .

idated structures such as the shacks pictured above. Our sewer lines have SIDE

been extended, but there still exist a number of old-fashioned, unsanitary .

"privies," such as the one shown here. Our Chamber of Commerce is active UJ'IN.:: Otcar -. .
and invites tourists to stop at Starke "A 1 Really Friendly Town" but! Carter

the signs that extend this invitation are sometimes neglected and unsightly AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

such as the one shown<< here. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Carter and

son of Jacksonville attended .
church services here Sunday morn-
ing.

Richard and. Esther w
UNKEPT Carter, V }u
t, Harold and Lora Norman, George
and Valaria Shuford, and Trumanand

SIGNS Evelyn Norman attended the
Gator Growl in Gainesville
Friday

PRESENT 1 \ t:! night.and Jimmy children and Dorothy Johnson

spent last weekend
il 'in Orlando with Dot's
A POOR 1tJlY fRI'Jt Lr' t Miss Madeline Norman parents.of Miami

is visiting her uncle-and aunt
R\t\ \ Oscar Carters. the Eil' the h1 model var..b nwrhirlnowl
FRONT flk'i'\ ; -\ .G 'IiC1: 1111,1! lH Richard and Esther Carter visit-

ed James Shuford in St. Luke's
TO TOURISTSAt : itU Hospital Thursday night.

_ Truman and Evelyn Norman and


in Harold Gainesville the Homecoming and Mike last Norman Saturday.football attended game FIVE REASONS Now is the time

a recent meeting the City Council discussed the possibility of con- Reese Scott is confined to St

denning some of the unsightly old shacks along the northern approach Vincent's Hospital. We wish him -.. "; et........-
of uOl 'but no concrete action was taken. The remark was made that the a speedy recovery.

Leautification of the highway in front of such buildings would be a wasteof Rev. Milton Dukes spent part

effort hud money. of last week with his parents in buy your56 FORD

Likewise, the Board of County Commissioners, several months ago, Charleston, S. C. to

authorized a study of highway zoning regulations that could be used to The ordination of deacons will .
be
regulate or eliminate the auto junkyards and "graveyards" that spoil Side postpone a while at North .
many an otherwise attractive stretch of road. So far however the board Church. Time will be an
nounced later. .
has not come up with anything definite in this direction. Mr. .
and Mrs
Don't get the idea that we're complaining. Far from it. We think John Aquiar and I
daughter 3. wait
that Starke is doing a marvelous job of keeping abreast of the times, and ing here of Wesconnect were visit 1. Every day you wait, you are Every day you you ::
Saturday
many of its civic groups are showing tireless energy and enthusiasm in -Mr. and Mrs. L. afternoon.C. Hilliard and missing the added protection of i are missing the. fun of -,;,
carrying out the improvement and beautification program. We Realize son visited the Leon
also that any such a program must necessarily move slowly, for it often Wade Gaskins in Miami Normans last week and Ford Lifeguard Design! Thunderbird Y-8* power!

takes years to accomplish reforms, no matter how desirable they might be end.Mr.

from But a ,civic in the standpoint.meanwhile, let's not remain too pleased with ourselves just Jacksonville. and Mrs.visited Bill the Wilson Oscar of 2. Every day you wait, you have 4 Every day you wait, your present _

because'we've had a few nice compliments in state and national publications Carters last Saturday. fewer days of being envied car is going down in value! .,::
If you think there's any cause for smugness or self-satisfaction Mrs. Eva Clark of Lake

just take another look at the pictures in this column." The job's not half visited her aunt, Mrs. Dora Clark city, for owning a new 56 Ford

done, folks. What will we tackle next? last Oscar weekend., with Thunderbird styling! 5. Every day you wait, you are :

Gladys, Richard, and

M mvim--*.. i ij m ........... ,......,.,.,. ; _" Esther Carter attended the- -- rar-- missing a great deal! --
""" ""'''''''''
races in Jacksonville Sunday after
rots *The standard eight for F.i j' ,,1

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHE. noon.Marion D. Carter spent the past Station Wagon models at no._. V.,

L MATTHEWS OWNER AND EDITOR weekend in Starke with his sis
ter, Mrs.

FLORIDA'S OLDEST EST. 1879 WEEKLY NEWSPAPER 'BIBLE Azure Johns Ellie Johns and family of Jack The fine car at half the fine-car price. \_'

< not want.He maketh me to lie downin '.C.A.
UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD. green pastures;He leadeth me beside Mrs. _Effie Johns and son Free
the still waters; He restorethmy man and :Mrs. Willie Mae Judd
soul:He leadeth me in the pathsof visited the Oscar .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES righteousness for His name's evening Carters Sunday Andrews Motor Co.
ONE YEAR 300 SIX MONTHS sake. Yea, though I walk through
1.75 the valley of the shadow of death I Church Services: Sunday School
PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS will fear no evil; for Thou art with 10 a.m. Morning
MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE 41 StARKE. FLORIDA UNDER me,Thy rod and Thy staff they com- Worship 11 a.nl. ..
THE ACT OF MARCH 3, 1879. BTU, 6:30 pjn.
fort Evening Service
me.-From the Twenty-third MADISON & ADAMS STS. PHONE 118
7:30 Starke Fla
@ :;;.- Psalm.) p.m. Wednesday Prayer Serb '
'lJlJ! a mfr ti." ?" .a ice, 7:30 p.m. TOP TV! THE CAINE MUTINY COURT-MARTIAL ON FORD STAR JUBILEE, SATURDAY, NOV. 19 I'



FRIDAY, ;NOVEMBER 18, 1953 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
PAGE TUBE

proper use of soil testing and I,.........t..TT.m ,. was the weekend guest of Mr. and

I lime application can be one of Mrs. Ralph Nettles. W nV n n WB n nVin n n HnVnlnVi

I your best fertilizer practices. Dr. BROOKERBy Mr. and Mrs. Harreli Sorrellsof I Come see the wonderland of festive foods .. at AaP'slow prices. and
of our Experiment
C. M. Geraldson, one Jacksonville spent the weekend

di n I Station scientist, says :Mrs. E. B. Castlen with Mr. and' Mrs. L. L. Dyal.

I that from 50 to 75 percent of our Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Sor- -

physiological problem in plants Is &AAA&&A&A&&A&A&&AA A rells and Lavern Dyal were I WVMp

I I connected in some way with an Circle Meeting! among the many from here at-

inadequate liming program. in Gaines-
tending Gator Growl
The Beulah Harrell Circle of
r Economic hog Feeding >
I the Baptist WMS met at the homeof ville.Mrs.

I I Hog prices are at the bottom. Mrs...M. O. Harrell, Tuesday Ernest Edwards is in Ala-

Now is when we need to get the .night, Nov. 8. Mrs. Theo Dyal, chua General Hospital, and we .

:By Ceo. T. II ugglnsAgricultural best returns from your feed. Hogsare leader, presided over the meeting, wish her a.speedy recovery.Mr. .

County Agent in corn fields alone or infields and Mrs. E. L. Lester presentedthe I and Mrs. Paul Harrison of Ann Page Apricot Cherry, Peach or Pineapple '

Extension Service with com and peanuts. program on medical missions Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs lil .:,:>

Each of these is a good feed but' in Mexico. IC.I S. Kelly and Mr. and Mrs
Lawn (Care Correction That is true. Further stated that has limitations. By making up..
We are sorry to hear that Ken-. Lloyd Dyal last weekend. PRESERVES S E E S
If you followed the suggestion 4-8-8 was replacing it. This is that shortage you will put more .
animals neth Green, BHS football player,, Mrs. Pledger Gainey and son ;
printed last week on fertilizinglawn only part of the story. A 4-8-8 economical gain on your
.
got his shoulder injured last week of Gainesville and Curtis Melvinof
and formula would be true only when Cora alone is low in protein. !th s tl
seeding rye grass you '
and hope it won't keep him from Tampa visited the Cecil Mel- ) tC. Lb Jar : '
better shovel: up some ot it. One you are interested in additional Some protein supplement is need- playing long. vins last Friday. ? 2 45cPickle

zero was omitted. The recom- potash and no extra nitrogen.You ed. Here is a place for green '&
Mr. and Mrs. H. Culver Land and Guests at the Dennis Hodge &
mendation should be 15 to 20 figure your formula and grazing crop. Peanuts are highin :
son of Central America are visit- home during the weekend were
pounds of 6-6-6 or 88.8 fertilizer the cost per 100 pounds of ele protein but low in calcium. Patch Kosher DILL
ing the Bill Terrys and Alan Land Mr. and Mrs. Groover Kite of
and :5 pounds of rye grass per ments. In most cases a higher Good in each case, but especiallyin
1000 square feet instead of 100.I analysis material will be most the latter, you need to supply 1 this week. Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Wes- 28-0 CREAM STYLE
ley Hodge and and Mr. PICKLES % jar 2ScA&P
family
Mrs. Doshie Prescott
would like economical for you. a mineral mix and keep it avail- has re-
to emphasize
,
Formulas like 6-6-6; 6-8-6 or able at all times.A turned from a two weeks' visit and Mrs. Hubert Hodge of High
again that there is lots, of joy
in a pretty green lawn around I 6-8-8 are popular with vegetables. good mineral at home is .with the Orie Prescotts in Bar-I Springs. Swansdown White, Devils Food or Golden. GOLDENCO l E
Mrs. B. and
the home. You and your friends Anybody putting 4-7-5 on pasture. equal parts "of salt, ground lime- I tow.Mrs. Connerly Shirley
L. A. Mott Sr. and chil- Prevatt of Tallahassee were week
will appreciate it after you get it. is throwing money away. An stone, and steamed bone meal. CAKE MIXES 20-0% pkg
Rye grass is your solution to a 8.8.8 complete formula and high ,Report Conservation Practices dren, and Mrs. Rita Brown, all of end guests of Mrs. Mattie Sowell. 25'

material for Gainesville, and Kenneth Scar- They attended Homecoming eventsin R NAPPLE
,nitrogen top dressing
green lawn all winter. I The end of the year is near.
Another Correction or SupplementMy 'is for oats and grass pasture, .It will help us a lots' and may brough of Tampa attended services Gainesville on Friday and vis- A&P Fancy
NO matter what plant at the Church of Christ last'. ited friends in Ocala on Satur-
you
own kids tell me I talk too you I mean more help for your neigh-
much, but sometimes perhaps not are certainly interested in greater -'bor if you will let Us know when Sunday.The day.Tom SAUCE 2 1-lb can 25e -/fa/ Cans
profits. Do a little fertilizer Freddy Clarks of Lake City Stewart visited his sister, 2 27C
enough. A short release last week finished putting in all the
you
figuring.Still I' visited the Lloyd Clarks last Mrs. Susie Parrish, in Lake City
stated that the old favorite 4-7-5 conservation practices you re I I
A&P
time: for Oats and Rye weekend.Mr. last week. Early June .
fertilizer formula is out of date.Now quested. If you are not going to i
Captain Felix Sapp in the Heil- knowso and Mrs. Ralph Nettle Jr. ,Mr. and Mrs. Bill Connerlyand
get some of them in, let us
bronn community was perhapsone the committee can allocate that I entertained with a chicken bar- Alan Connerly of Leesburg SMALL PEAS l-Ib can 21

of the first, in the county to to another farm. becue Monday night for their were weekend guests of the Lloyd COLORED QUARTERSAnn

have oats big enough to graze. money house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Barry family.
Open Three years ago we received Nettles Sr. of Starke, and Mrs. Page TOMATO
He had them two weeks ago.
Harry and of Jack-
Since our good rain last week, about $12,000 for these soil conservation Paul Green and children of Belleville -j sonville visited Sapp :Mrs.sons Nora Sapp NUTLEY L E
using
SMITTY'SBARBER grain drills have been busy plant- these funds practices.and proving By the need I ni.The last Thursday and Friday.L. SOUP 4-oz cans 37c
ing oats. Please remember that Deacons of the Brooker
allocated L. Parker has been called to
have $22,000
for more, we
some fertilizer ahead of plantingwill Baptist Church will meet Monday
to our county this year. We the New River Baptist Church.He Armours CornedBEEF
SHOPCourt pay now. An economical night for their regular monthly 0 1 lED E
want to use it alL So if you are was Sunday :school Superin-
practice would be 300 pounds of meeting.Mrs.
Street Opposite 888. You can top-dress with I I not going to use yours, releaseit George Goedhart attendedthe tendent of the Brooker Baptist HASH "bean 27
else. Church and will be greatly missed -
for
someone
Court House more nitrogen later. DAR meeting at the White-
Extensive tests at West Flori-I Remindersgain[ house Hotel in Gainesville last The New River Church will 2 1-lb Ctns
have than one service Sunnyfield Long Grain 35C
now more
da Station have resulted in rating We want to help you get rid week.
YOUR PATRONAGE each week. Mr. Parker wishes to
Florida Black rye a little of rats. We have some good information Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodge have

WILL BE GREATLY ahead of oats in beef gains per if you request it. In,had as recent guests Mr. and Mrs. announce the following time sche FANCY RICE Mb bag 39c

APPRECIATED I acre. In some tests Italian ryegrass fact, if you have rats, it can Truby Horge and children, Howard dule: Sunday School, 10 a.m.;

produced greater beef gains mean money saved by asking Green, and Mr. and Mrs. Lex Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Train- Minute:
Man
A&P
Instant
PURE
than either rye or oats. about our rat program. Tyler, Mrs. Kathryn Tetstone, ing Union, 7 p.m.; Evening Serv- FROSTING CONCORD
B. H. SMITH
Plant Element {Shortage Container Corporation of America and J. E. and Carolyn Hodge, all ice, 8 p.m. Wednesday night

Owner & Operator The elements may be there but I I wants you to have those pine of Jacksonville.We I' Prayer Services, 7:30 p.m. MIX W/2-oz pkg 23 GRAPE I E

the pH of your soil might pre- ,seedlings allocated our county. We are happy to have little I Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.

vent the home for about a A. I. Mann and Mrs. Kelly were
plants getting them. have applications. All you need to :Neil Hazen lona

:I An outstanding case was found do is tell us how many you want, month from the Hope Haven Hospital I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tomlinton of
last week where He is the the Ft. Call section, :Mr. and :Mrs. ACHEsnglazs;;:
-- there was yellowing when you want them, and sign in Jacksonville. I I J U I ICE E E12oz
in and Mrs. Annie can 27e
strawberry plants."Yel your name. Takes 680 seedlingsper son of the Aubrey Hazens. Drew Dukes I

lowing was present on land that acre. Mr. and :Mrs. Edd S. Polk en- Thomas of Worthington, and Mr.

Wash Your Clothes had been limed. Here it had been 1 tertained with a fish fry at their and Mrs. John Shaw of LaCrosse. Process American Cheese Bottle 24-oz Bottle

9 Pounds overdone and the pH was 7.2. fYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYY'STATE home Monday night. Those en- Mrs. Rosa Pinholster spent last I

The other case was where there I joying this occasion were Mr. I,week visiting Mrs. Mary Style; : iic
MEL-0-BIT
For 40c! had been no lime and the pH was' FARM and Mrs. Henry B. Stokes Jr. of 'and other friends in St. Peters- -oz pkg 25c5C 1

4.8.In LaMarque, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. burg.

FREE Bleach If Desired I the case of high pH, the By Sirs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAiAAaaAAAAAAA. Marvin Stokes of Edgar, Mr. and Sorry to hear that little Dottie

elements had probably leachedout. Mrs. Elmer Stokes and childrenof i Sue Kelly has been quite ill this GRADE "A" DRESSED & DRAWN

In the low pH they were Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. "week. ....- QUICK FROZEN
:::5 7 .. __ _
_
locked up. H. B. Stokes Sr. of Starke. J>- rTUnKEYS : :
:Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Addison had I Mrs. S. W. Tillis of Clearwater '
We Will This is just further that Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Blount and
proof W-U
Ib
as weekend guests their son-in- visited Miss Lubedia Pinholste: HensffC 74-78/6 TomTAIC
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Blount of II III
law and daughter, :Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Rosa Pinholster last Fri-
I
Dry Your Clothes Tallahassee visited Rev. and Mrs.
Are All Cold Walter Quiltt and baby of Jack- day and Saturday.
Ressie Carlton last weekend. They
sonville. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwards of "-

For 20cIn I Remedies Alike? Mr. and :Mrs. Joe Jones and 1 I game also attended in Gainesville."the Other Homecoming guestsof I Worthington and Mrs. Eva Har- SWIFTS PREMIUM: SMOKED or "Super-Right" FULLY Half "o1 Whole 4''ol

New Automatic children, and little and I rell visited Mrs. E. B. Castlen or
Driers! I No! For example, 666 is the wide- Cathy the Carltons Saturday were the I
activity medicine, which combines 4 Danny Rhoden visited the Jack- .Sunday afternoon.We .
Wilbur Addison family of Gaines- Lb
a of the most effective, widely-pre sonville Zoo Sunday afternoon. have been enjoying hearing COOKED HAMS
scribed 47CCap't.
drugs known, to relieve all
cold miseries sooner. 666 is more Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crews had ville.Sorry to hear that Patty Big- reports of the Baptist Conventionat :

The WasheteriaTemple potent and gives positive, dramatic, as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. ham has been ill for a week. 0 Lakeland from Rev. and Mrs.

of rapid colds.relief That's from miseries of all kind Elbert Crews and baby Montgomery Mrs. Bigham took her to the doc-: C. B. Stallings and Rev. H. H. Johns Maryland Fancy Standard Super
why 666 is Right Sliced
unsurpassed BREAKFAST
Ala., Mr. and Mrs. John
Jacksonville
in effectiveness. tor in Tuesday.
Try it. Mott.Mr.
Ave Starke I No other told remedycan Crews and children of Monticello, The J. C. Whittles and childrenof I I and Mrs. L. E. Eunice and OYSTERS P* 85 BACON ib

I match 666 liquidor 6 6 6 Mr. and :Mrs. Lewis Clemons of Jacksonville were weekend I family, and :Mr. and Mrs. J. H. 43e

666 Cold Tablets. .Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Humpshire of Fernandina Beach

-- John Robinson, and :Mrs. Polly Wood. I Tare visiting Rev. and Mrs. John "Super-Right" Freshly Ground Fla. or Ga. D&D Grade "A"

Williams and son, all of Augusta, The executive board meeting of Lewis and family this week.

IMI STORE Men's Clothing I Ga., and :Mr. and :Mrs. :Mallette the Garden Club was held Mon- HAMBURGER** $1 .00 FRYERS whl2 to 31b 39C

AL V nULLi Established 1894 I Haile of Starke. They all enjoyeda day night at the home of Mrs. NOTICE TO APPEARIn ,
//I fish Circuit Court. Bradford County
fry Saturday night. Bill Bigham.Mr. Florida In Chancery.
John Godwin has returned from and Mrs. Carl Thomas ot Juan Mantanona. Plaintiff, vs. Julia Allgood Brand Sugar-Cured SLICED Grade "A" D&D Large Fat
1 Mantanona, Defendant.
'iSt.( Vincent's Hospital, where he Monticello and Mr. and Mrs. Au- Case No. 10-1271 BACON l-Ib
has been under observation for brey Thomas and children of Pan- Xotlce To Appear pkg 39c FAT HENS Ib 47cArmour
INKIER ELECTRIC SERVICE I To: Julia Mantanona, whose residence -
several days. We are glad he is: ama City were weekend guests of and address Is: 29 Mayo St. a- "' -
(Boston. Massachusetts. .,. ;
--
improved after an illness of the Tim Thomas family.
You are hereby notified that a suit
several; weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rogers j for divorce -

I and children and Mr. and Mrs. has been filed against you in the Star
We extend I "EASTERN
sympathy to the J.
RED"
ems. above named Court and cause and Eating & Cooking
M. Gerald Gay and sons, all of Jack- to of TREET 12-oz 37c
Bradley family. They were you are required serve a copy can

called to Monroe, Ga. because of ,I sonville, spent the weekend with complaint your answer on the or Plaintiff'pleading Attorney to the Armour StarCHOPPED Lb 4FC

the death of Mr. Bradley's brother the G. A. Gays. Louis T. Ransom, 316 Professional A P P L E S
o
RADIOAND T. B. Bradley. Funeral services Mrs. John Stafford and son, and Puilding.file the Jacksonville original in 2.the Florida officeof HAM 12-oz can 49c ,

I I were held Sunday afternoon Ray Wilson, of Jacksonville, and the Clerk of the Circuit Court oa Armour's ViennaSAUSAGE
: at Monroe. R. G. Thomas visited :Mr. and Mrs. or before the 28 day of November, Big Yellow Firm
.
otherwise the allegation of
1955; 2 4.ozrans
J. L. Thomas in Foley, Ala. last said Complalntwill be taken as 33cNabisco
We are to hear of the RIPE
sorry BANANAS /*
TELEVISIONSales week. confessed by you. Graham > 12eCRACKERS
ZENITH 17" illness Of Albert Stafford. He is This notice shall be publishedonce

Etanston T1814R 159.95 ,..........,.... confined to the hospital In Lake Black Rev. Creek and Mrs., and C.Mr.A. Crosby and Mrs.of I weeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele- Mb box 33c
Large
FirmCRISP
Butler
and we wish for him a graph.
When Your TV Needs Billy Crosby of Dade City visitedMr. Dated this 26 day of October, 1955. Beech-Nut
speedy
recovery. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas last (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby
Service Call JUNIOR LETTUCE head
166 and Service Mr. and Mrs. Tiny Shaw and Clerk of the Circuit Cou..tBy FOODS 2 jars 29c lc
Friday.Mr. Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
I' Mr. and Mrs. Bill Holland of 10/28 4t 11/18 Dog Food
and Mrs. Ruey Tetstone,
224 N.
Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke Florida
Gainesville visited the O. E. Cros- and Kathryn and J. E. Hodge of NOTICE TO APPEAR RED HEART 2 Mb cans _27c Florida Juicy

tys Sunday afternoon. Jacksonville visited Mrs. Ruby In Circuit Court Bradford County
Florida In Chancery. Toilet SoapWOODBURY GRAPEFRUIT
Allen Monday. John P. Poole, Plaintiff, vs. Laura 2'or lSc
Sgt. and Mrs. Earl L. Stokesof Rena Mae Poole, Defendant. 3 reb bars 25c | .
Case No. 10-1261
Kansas City, Kan. visited the
Nellie To Appear.To Cashmere
Edd S. Polks last week, enrouteto : Laura Rena Mae Poole, whose! SWEET POTATOES
Ib
residence and address is: Route 2, BOUQUET 3 reg. bars 25e 7 C
Germany. Clinton, North Carolina.
Raiford Tetstone of Jackson Tou are bereby notified that a Dixie Lily
Fresh Pascal
ville is spending a few days herewith suit forDivorce GRITS.21.oz
Pkg 18c
his parents, the George Tet- has been filed against yon in the CRISP
;stons. above named Court and cause and of For Cooking & Salads CELERY each'19c
von are required to serve a copy
Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. StokesJr. your answer or pleading to the complaint WESSON OIL pt. bot. 31c
tb Plaintiff Attnrney
*
of LaMarque, Texas are J. Donald on Gibson. lOa Smith Bldff., Shortening
spending several days with the Jacksonville Floridaand
-" Edd S. PoUtS this week. file Clerk the of original the Circuit in the Court office ODor SNOWDRIFT 3-lb can 73c ?
of '
GjG Mr. and Mrs. Alph Hazen of before the the 28 day of Nov.. 1955: Niblets with PeppersMEXICORN Jane Parker : ,

Orlando visited the Aubrey Haz- otherwise the allegations .of said 1 ;! !I
b. Complaint will be taken as confessd 2 12-oz cans 37c
ens last Friday. by you. FRUIT CAKE
This notice rtUi T>& published CashmereBOUQUET r .
Mrs. Groover Thomas is spending once each week for four consecutive
a few weeks with Mr. and weeks In the Bradford County Tele- 2 bath bars 25c .

( WHAT! Mrs. J. L. Thomas in Foley, Ala. raph Dated this 26 day' of Oct. 1955. Dessert ToppingREDDIWHIP 1/ .Ib Size 3-lb Size 5-lb Size
Visiting the N. C. and J. R. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A;Darb1
Do You Have 7-oz 59c
Clerk of the C1rcuU Court can
Mott families last weekend were Jerk.1l $4.35 $ .65
Marian t.. Crosby.B )
By 28t4t
Keebler Crackers
the'Magic Touch? Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Mott and 11/18 $385
a L
son of Williston, Mr. and Mrs. The County Jadge'. C ort. TOWNHOUSE 8-ozpkg 23c

... /1'*/ a //eliJ'vor/ge Jack Simmons and family of I Bradford County Florida Burry's Fudge Filled
Gainesville, and Rev. and Mrs. RE:
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___ ESTATE OF JOHN UGLOW
Edgar Wilkinson of Lawtey. Deceased. SHORT BREAD Mb pkg 39c
crery year Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Waters of! NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll '
creditors of the estate of John LaChoy Fancy Jane Parker "
Jacksonville were weekend guests glow, deceased, are hereby notified

for the rest of tJ life ? of the Bob Thomases. .or demands and required which to they file any may claims have BEAN SPROUTS Mb can 15c CHERRY r V

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snapp and[against said estate in the office of LaChoy 4
son of Tampa were weekend the County Judge of Bradford County |
Florida, In the courthouse at SOY SAUCE 5-oz bot 19c
guests of the Wilson Russ family.Mr. ,Starke, Florida, within eight cal-
Enter Now At Your and Mrs. Erscell Edwardsand lendar months from the date of the Eg=sg
first publication of this notice. Each Large 8-inch Size
daughter of the State Farm,(.claim or demand must b41 in writing I uNI-/11 /... 1N 11 N.<1 N// IE E 9c:
DODGE DEALERS and Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwardsof land must and post-office state the place address of of residence theI.claimant -

Worthington visited Mrs. Eva and must be sworn to by I t t r t 1
Harrell last weekend.Mr. the claimant, his agent, his attorneyor
Jane
I ParkerSPANISH
will become-void according to
and Mrs. Johnie Lewis and v.t: W euY tiUMtlt 4 MUM IU UUMI
children of Jacksonville visitedMr. First publication on November 3,

. .and Mrs. J. P. Baxter and 1955./sCarrie Uglow Ward, J 412 Call St. BAR reg 37 c 29CStarke \

Mrs. Ella Lewis last Sunday. Uglow.Executrix deceased.of the Estate of John Fla.

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PAGE FOUR FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1953
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Miss Peeler To Wed Baptist Circles Sixtieth Anniversary I. Clrroit NOTICE Court TO Bradford APPEAR County, Divorce name and restoration of Maiden

Samuel L. Renfroe And L. L. Class I Florida I !. rbaB*.". haa been filed against you In the
Tuck Lou. Plaintiff vs. Rebecca above named Court and cause and
Hold I Lou Defendant. you are required to serve a copy of
MeetingsLottie I Case Xo. 10-1!9J 'your answer or pleading to the complaint
etlre TO Appear on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT.
Moon Circle of the First i f!! To: Rebecca Lou whose residence 1 David "urns. SOS Guaranty Life
''and address is: 108-51() 69 Avenue Building, Jacksonville Fla.,
a..Mk !91.b Baptist WMU met Monday nightat Queens. New York. and file the original in me office of
the home of Mrs. J. W._ Ritch f I You are hereby notified that a the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
| ult forDh'orce before the 19 day of Den 15",
with 13 members and two visitors custody and control of otherwise the allegations of said
Gladys Mooty present. After the devotional by minor child Complaint will be taken ai confessed
Phone 35 naa been fifed against you in the by you.
Nolin Miss Dolores
Mrs. P. T. ,
above named Court and
cause and
I This notice shall be publishedonce
,McKnight presented Mrs. H. L. you are required to serve a copy of each week for four consecu
Brownlee, who an interesting tfe your answer or pleading to the tive week In the Bradford County
gave y complaint
on the Plaintiff'I i Telegraph
Elementary PTA Mary"Louise Libby talk on her trip to the 50th Attorney H. C. Baldwin. P. O.I' Dated
Box 104. Gainesville, Florida this 15 day of Nov 195aI
Annual Baptist Alliance held last I I I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Chance A. DarbyClerk
Hears ReportOf Weds Cpl. SchillerIn k ; if I and file the original In the office of of the Circuit Court
in London, England. the Clerk I
summer of the Circuit Court on By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerkll1$41U9
Carnival ProfitsThe Home CeremonyMr. Ethel Biggs Circle met Monday h Y1 .r before the I I
'Y :. ., 19 day of December 1955; .
night for a covered dish supper in t otherwise the allegations of said j I
Starke Elementary school and Mrs. Leslie Libby Sr. the recreation room of the church. Complaint 1d will '-e taken as confess'
by
you
PTA meeting was held Tuesday announce the marriage of their The meeting was opened with a This notice shall be published FELTON SMITH

night, Nov. 8, In the Cafetoriumwith to devotional by Mrs. S. L Peek Jr., once each week for four contecutUt I
Louise Cpl.
daughter, Mary weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph PHILLIPS 66 _
140 members
approximately and Mrs. M. L Lawson presentedthe I
i
of Mr. and I I
Jack D. Schiller, son -
present program on "Game of Life." : Dated this 16 day of Xov.. 1955. \ Service StationAt
Schiller of Hartshore, ,j"t (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles
Mrs. Frank ) A. Daroj \1
WainwrIght, president \ Mrs. E. D.' taught from the
),frs. J. R. Tenly .1. '" _t Clerk of the Circuit Our i
and Okla. mission book, "World Within A By :Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk :
MR.
the meeting AND
conducted ,1\\ MRS. G. 'W. (WILL) ANDREWS, descendents of two 11/13 4t 1J/9 '
State
Rev. L.- D. Haines gave the de The double ring ceremony was World. of the original settlers of Starke, will celebrate their 60th wedding I Farmers MarketSPECIAL
performed by Rev. Lacy Conway, Helen Masters Circle met in NOTICE TO APPEAR '
votional. Mrs. C. R. Tillman reported Friday -evening, Nov. 11, at the Mrs. Mary G. Peeler of Jack the home of Mrs. Freeman Register anniversary at a dinner event to be held at the old New River Churchon la Circuit Court Bradford County !

a profit of $539.58 from home of the bride's parents, 506 sonville announces the engage- Sr. with eight members and Thanksgiving Day. All friends and relatives are invited. Laura Florida Louise i I. ChumrtTf Du Pree Williamson ': Lubrications
and Mrs. Andrews is the daughter of the late Plaintiff, vs William
ment approaching marriageof William and Mary An- Lester Wil-
Mrs.'Ii1man of
carnival.
the Halloween N. Water St., in the presence one visitor present. After open- liamson. Defendant. I
{ and her co-chairman, the bride's family, including her her daughter, Patricia Paulette ing prayer by Mrs. J. A. Griffin, drews Reddish, and the granddaughter of Drury and Hester Crosby Case Xo. lO-KSO I $1.00

and aunt, Mr. and to Samuel Leon Renfroe, son circle leader, Mrs. M. M. Morgan Reddish Drury (or Drew) Reddish was the holder of one of the atlee To Appear.
grandparents To William
: Lester Williamson,
Mrs. J. I* Chitty, were given a of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe of original grants of land from the U. Whose I Wash Jobs -. $1.00
their Mrs. G. W. Burney and :Miss: Ida gave the devotional from Acts. S. Government in the town of residence and address is:
rising vote of thanks for 504 West Johnson Street, Tarboro,
made and Burney. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Starke. Mrs. F. B. Beard presented the Starke. [North Carolina i 24 HOUR SERVICEDNEforthose
motion
work. A was
for Epps served as,best man and matron :Miss Peeler is the daughter of program on Mexico, with Mrs. Mr. Andrew is the son of the late Frank and Mary Andrews and You are hereby notified that a
carried that arrangements nil for
Parish P. Peeler of Miami. and Mrs. L. D. Haines the grandson of Francis M. and
Christmas of honor for the couple. Register Jane Aiken Andrews, also pioneer
the children's partiesbe
The will take
wedding place on
made by 'individual teachersand Following the ceremony a reception taking part. settlers of Starke. Francis Andrews likewise held one of the original ,.. -

mothers. Mrs. Edward Hall was held in the home. Methodist Dec. 18 at Church 4 p.m. in Fernandina Memorial Daisy Fowler Circle met in the land grants from the government in the area now comprising Starke.

made a motion that the PTA After a 15-day wedding trip, Beach.A home of Mrs. E. C. Priest with His wife was from South Carolina where the city of Aiken was named

and Mrs. Schiller will make seven members and one visitor for her family.Mr. .
approve establishment of a State Cpl. reception will' follow in- the

Park at Kingsley Lake on a site their home at Ft. Benning, Ga., Fernandina Woman's Club. present. The devotional by Mrs. and Mrs. Andrews were married on Nov. 24, 1895 at the home

leased by the State Armory where he is stationed. Friends and relatives of the Lex Green was given following of her parents in the Wateroak section. The late Rev. Bonham Johns

Board, which was carried. prayer by Mrs. L. U. Morgan.Mrs. performed the ceremony. They lived their
couple are invited to attend the on farm at New River

During the program, put on by Little Women Plan wedding and reception. the .program M. F. Hazen on "Freedom had charge to Be-of until 1951, when they moved to Starke. f' who want the best !

the pupils of the sixth grade, _
Jack Waters acted as master of Dinner On Nov. 21 lieve. Beta Sigma Phi 11, in St. Vincent's Hospital.
Art Week ObservedBy Dora Alderman Circle met with I

ceremonies. The pupils pre The Little Women's Club under Mrs. D. L. Thomas with 11 To Back BrowniesThe r
sented a skit, "What Happens in the sponsorship of Mrs. Calvin Woman's ClubIn bers present Following mem-I Mr. and Mrs. James Mann of I DEALER'S NAME _
r
the Cafeteria, folk Melrose announce the birth
a of
songs by Houpt, is having a Thanksgivingdinner votional by Mrs. A. A. Durden, Beta Sigma Phi Sororitymet a
celebration of
mixed chorus, Shirley Morrisonand American Art daughter, Donna Sue, on Nov. 10
Patricia Louden at the regular meeting Week, the Fine Arts Departmentof a discussion of medical mission Monday night, Nov. 14, at 8 in Doctors Hospital. ,
put on a Monday evening, Nov. 21, at 7:30 aries was given by Mrs. Ada o'clock at the home of Mrs. R. I'
twirling act, a Spanish by a the Starke Woman's Club exhibited HAS BEEN CHOSEN BY BELL & HOWELL
song o'clock at the club house. Alexander and Mrs. Cula Coran. V. Turner at the State Farm, I
girl chorus, and rhythmic activ mounted pictures of famous Rev. and Mrs. Thomas G. Mitchell -i AS A LOCAL DEALER FOR. .
Mrs. E. B. Heidt, sponsor of paintings by American artists in Annie Armstrong Circle met at with Mrs. Inman Green as co- .

ities.Mrs. the Lake City Little Women's the foyer of the clubhouse at the 1 the home of Mrs. Mike Sheppardwith hostess. former of Starke Lake Shore, Jacksonville, I fr .

Kate Sheppard's and Mrs. Club, and seveml members of the meeting last week. six members present. It was The business meeting was called residents, announce t t.

Willie Mae Denton's rooms tied Lake City club will be guests of i Any member interested in paint- announced that the next meetingwill to order by Mrs. E. A. Yancey, I the birth of a son, James Arthur,I f
on Nov. 14 in t
for having the most St. Luke's Hospital. Bell e Howell
ent. parents pres- honor.Miss. ing as hobby are urged to at- be a Christmas party held president, and various plans were. -

Nancy Bates, social chair- tend the weekly class now being jointly with Doris Knight Circleat made for December. The Starke Maternity [
i Hospital
r man, is in charge of arrangementsand [:taught by Mrs. L. H. Jennings, a the church. Plans were discussed for the announces the following births I
her committeeMrs. I club member. Doris Knight Circle met at the local Brownie Troop and Mrs. J. : .
has on supper Mr. and Mrs, Nels Martin
Smith Mrs. Dave The Fine Arts Department is church Monday night with seven D. Warren was elected 'delegateto ,
Hogan Brooker, a daughter, Nina Carol P
Did You Know? [Paulk and Mrs. Tyler Jones. also making plans to sponsor a members present An interesting a meeting in Gainesville, Friday Nov. 12. '

public art exhibit by local artists program was given by the leader, for instructions as to organ- Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Jones,'I. if w

Chiropractic Is: not limited to Mrs. Flakes HostessAt some time in February. Mrs. E. S. Beebe, on hospitals in ization and procedure. Mrs. War- Starke, a son, Keith Marshall, Nov. i I i Molt..* horns movies. as
correction of headaches and Mexico. Mrs. R. A. Colson was ren will be one of the local troop 13. [ 'I easy at taking snapshots!

backaches but Is equally effect- Stork ShowerMrs. Circle Four WSCSCircle hostess for the meeting.L. leaders. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rutledge, i New B & H 220. Hereyou'll
,. Class ;Meeting The meeting was concluded 1 find great cameras
for flu i
ire asthma Lake
nervoustension Geneva, a daughter, Beth like this new and differ
digestive and kidney W. E. Flakes entertained 4 of the Methodist WSCS The L. L. Class met with Mrs. with the closing ritual, and refreshments Ann, Nov. 14. 8mm masterpiece. jjent

disorders.If I at a delightful stork shower Mon- met at the home of Mrs. G. Jessie Young Thursday night of were served by the :Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Griffis, Light weight easy to use j

day night for her daughter, Mrs. Newcomb Monday night. A S'I last week. Plans were made fora hostesses. Starke, a daughter, Deborah ( j .. .andonly$49.9S 't y I
you have an Illness that Clinton Seal. Christmas party to be held Elaine .
entitled "The Dream" was told' Nov. 15. : i Show inovl.i brighter- ple I
has failed to respond to other Games were played during the by Mrs. R. S. Mullins, and the Thursday, Dec. 15, in the homeof BPW District Meet ) 6 f..f In wWthJ r -
forms of treatment you owe it and awardedto Mrs. J. A. Griffin. This meet- Monterey 253. Just another = '
prizes were
to yourself to consult an to evening devotional was conducted by Mrs. To Be Held HereMrs. reason why we know you're going -<
up the winners, after which. delicious ing will begin with a covered dish V- _
date Chiropractor. Bradford. Hostesses were Mrs. to enjoy shopping at our store.
refreshments were served. supper for husbands of the members The 253 puts more light on the Y
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State 1
Lila Mae Durgen, M
Newcomb and Mrs. F. S. Smith. I and gifts will be exchanged. Get screen than any other make 500watt -
Many lives have been saved Mrs. Seal received many lovely 1st Vice President of BPW Clubs, Acquainted projector, and it's only$79.95 i

and Illnesses corrected by mod- and useful gifts presented to her --- will be featured speaker at the

ern Chiropractic care. in a blue and pink crepe paper District 4-5 Meeting to be held! FOR SEASONAL Come in and see them all! There's a B&H for

Phone 108 covered: bassinett. in the High School Library here, every purpose and every budget-the finest
foe:Appointment MONEY movie-making equipment made! Easy poymmtt. 1d
TODJT! Mrs. Flakes was assisted in Sunday, Nov. 20. Luncheon will NEEDS

serving the 15: guests by Miss be served in' the Elementary .

Delorig Gainey. School Cafetorium.All PROMPT COURTEOUS

I BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC members are urged to at- CONFIDENTIAL
I !I _
tend and wear their pins. LOAN SERVICESLOAN.S
Legion AuxiliaryThe
I Well, the Chamber of Commerce celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary -

CLINIC \ American Legion Auxiliarywill banquet Tuesday night was up Saturday Arch Boy Scouts Enjoy It

Located S blocks north of the meet Monday, Nov. 21, at 8 to par in every respect, with the Thomas Jr. is attending a confab I'

Post Office o'clock in the Legion Hall. Mrs. usual number of laughs resultingrom of State American Legion Commanders Camping Project $50 $100 $200 $300
the awarding of door prizes I this
in Indianapolis, Ind.
M. M. Morgan, president, urges "
Starke Fla.Consultation Lucian Hazen won a shampooand Members of Boy Scout Troop -
all members to attend and bringa week Dorothy Ross, county
hair set at a local beauty demonstration agent, en- 70 met at the hut Saturday after 'I Payments To Be Made To
Free joy gift for the Veteran Hospital. home camping project and'" Fit Your II IIorna
for a
salon, while Lillian Stump got a a wonderful trip to the noon I BudgetIf
Lady Assistant coupon for "the works" at a joyed Economics Assn. to pass some of their second .
State Home you owe at
Office hours Thurs. leading barber shop But the, in :Miami Beach last class requirements. The boys different money several
dally except
meeting places, let
: Marion Finance
TURKEY (SHOOT; Sat, ;Nov. site around the -
of all whenJ. pitched a camp
9:00 to 12 1:00 to 5:30 biggest laugh came weekend The trip was given pay those bills for
19, 1 ,p.m. 2 jnL south of Starkeon D. (Doyle the Cleaner) Doyle compliments of hut and worked on some of their with ;you
Evenings & Thus by Appt. her with the cook- our famous Budget Plan. Olli:1III 1 :
;Road 100. v- :Maurice Edwards drew $5 worth of cleaning dO- Slade Gas Co. outdoor activities, including f 1f
.
ling, building a fire with only Low monthly installments
his competitor, to
Jr. nated by friendly Jo Ann (Smith) Rowe arrives:: ;i fit i
the Starke Dry Cleaners J. I home next Tuesday from U of two matches, etc. I your income.

D. finally settled for a fruit cake! festivities at Junior Assistant Scoutmaster
Ga. for Homecoming I
Actually sans
supervisedthe ;you Money.
C of C President Jerry Gay BHS Thursday, she and her Charles Manire, who that the I
got a good opportunity to try out Smith activities, comments I
I mother, Eoline Smith, Tom out efficiently MARION FINANCE
the technique he has been learn-, Johns will leave for cooking was carried I
those Monday night adult and Randy be and the food was very tasty. COMPANY Inc.
ing at where JoAnn will ,
A classes in public speaking He Atlanta the Ga. Saturday night a Tenderfoot
at
Happy the twirlers
emceed the banquet and kept the among Saturday Court of Honor was held in the 218 W. University A\e. Iwhirl \
of Ga.
U. game
Tech vs Box 446 111\
with his witticisms hut with the following coys pass- Gainesville Fla.
diners merry her that little Fran-
Sorry to
,
andor; boo boos The table confined to ing their test: Robert Farland Phone FR 6-5333 Collect
Hillendahl was I
decorations were ably executed by cine over the weekend -I I Sidney Griffis Jr., Bernie McGee, ..

I the Starke Garden Club and feaj Doctors with Hospital flu and infected ears I Gene Farland, Robert Chesser Wilbur'Crover. .

and Cheerful211.llLa.lSGWIyll.I tured at the speaker's table wasa I Linda Smith celebrated her 13th I Richard Chesser, and ,

gorgeous seasonal arrangement -- .--< I
. by the artistic hand of Mrs. S. E. birthday Seems that on Nov.everyone l&: but everyone I After presentation of Tender \ TUESDAY NIGHT NOV. 22 I.

foot awards, Scoutmaster Griffis, T ,
Sparks attended Gator Growl in frrtsEATa. 1C
to J. T. Kirkland, and Charles Ma-
hated to Adieu
Surely say Gainesville last Friday night, so
A. B. and Ruth Baker and chillun, rd probably save space by telling nire gave talks on outdoor Scout- FL-:. 7:00 P.M.

who moved to LaKeshore (Jack- who wasn't there Among ing.The
sonville) last Friday The you who saw Ten- day's activities were closed
Baker nome on Madison has been the sad-faced fans Saturday with a weiner roast around a SUN. MON. TUES.

l. purchased by Randy and Joan nessee lick the Gators Ruth, large bon fire. Nov. 20, 21, 22
afternoon were: Steve, HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM
Chitty, who expect to move in I Ann, and Stevie Simmons, Officers of the Troop at the DOUBLE FEATURE

around the first Leon and Betty Marilyn and Carl Roberts, Maryon [present time are: Sidney Griffis, Revenge Of TheCreature

Sarah Gray have moved to 611 Joe Arnold, Jack Barry, Scoutmaster; Charles Manire
Pinewood Drive in pinehaven and Junior Assistant; Hank Graham, ,
and
To Everyone The Walter P. Luke's (he's the I Betty Elizabeth Jane Noegel Henry, Herlong, Billy and (Senior Patrol Leader Patrol; Robert Leader With John Agar Lori Nelson '
Edmondson Panther
new A & P manager) are occupying Jean Adams, Dorothy Al- AND -
Lavonne Norma ; and Sonny Lawson, Wolf Pa- V
one of the new St.I varez, Paul Raymond, Luke and trol Leader. Reap The Wild Wind
houses on Epperson
Andrews Sue and B. T
Pickering
,
Pearl BAND PEP RALLY
the Alfred Jordans have mov- Thomas, Jimmy and Martha Parents of Scouts.areeminded IN TECHNICOLOR SKITS -- -

ed into the Morgan rental on St. Moore, B. C. and Harriet Holtzen- that the Eagle Store in Starke rYlth Ray Milland, John Wayne i

4t.-. Clair [dorf, A. Y. and Mary Covington, carries a line of Scout equipmentand Paulette Goddard BON FIRE
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Color Cartoon for Children
: Spotted an jotted: Kitten Con- Jack Jane and Donna Trawick, uniforms. The uniform runs
ner taking advantage of the balmy Winkler -
Dolores McKnight, George about $12, but it is necessary to Wed., Thur., Nov. 23 24
weather to give infant son Doyle I. E. Clark Arch Thomas Sr., DOUBLE FEATURE- TURKEYS GIVEN AWAY-
Jr. (the new Speaker of the jjunius and Virginia Smith, Nina present the boy's membershipcard -

Conner House) his first airing! and Joe Andrews, Mural Gardner, before being allowed to purchase Smoke Signal

LONG I along Call St. Deloris Gainey\Maurice Wingate, John and Betty a uniform. This is one of IN TECHNICOLORWith ? : REFRESHMENTS. _

tt1F flashing an engagement ring presented Deas, John Godwin, Douglas the rules required by National Dana Andrews and Piper

to her by Millard Keith of White, Margaret Blankenship, Edwin Laurie SPEECHES '

Jax (Incidentally, Tues. was Williams, Dot and Guy Sale, Scout ,headquarters. AND -

Deloris' last day on the Starke Strickland,
I I Buddy and Bobby .
R.-. Telephone switchboard) Nor- Monk and Thelma Dinkins, Marie The Black KnightWith
I
_- ma Jean Adams giving all the I and Calvin Houpt, Mildred and Alan Ladd and Patricia I ADMISSIO

neighborhood kids a ride in her"I W. L. Thigpen, Eloise and Seeber Medina

new station wagon Cpl. Bill:Goodman, Joyce Ward, Ruby Mae Plus Color Cartoon for Children

(WJV.) Weldon home on a 15-: Al and Vivian Harley, .
REST Perkins,
day leave from Fort Story, Va. Marion Conner, the J. R. Kellys, ffijfli r Fri., Sat. Nov. 25 26 F ERE E

Kathryn Kelly riding On hersorority's the Jim Ritches, Tom and Mae DOUBLE FEATURE-
float in the U of F '
Chris
Mersereau, Mac McGriff, Marshals In Disguise-
Homecoming parade last Friday and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pass oi f
Hartmann
\Carratt Loyree Tallahassee announce the birth oi f [With Guy Madison & Andy De\ine! "

11 Miles From Starke Hear that Jean Mundy, BHS son, Eddie Judge and Lois Perry- a son, Randell Green, on Oct 29 -AND- I"I"I. Everyone Welcome
Tom and Marian Ritch, Ben
man, former Elisi 1 e
the
majorette, was heartbroken when Mrs. Pass is
I JAIL BUSTERS
On Highway No. 100 she jumped from the bus before and Kay Rowland, Patsy and Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

the Gainesville parade and sprained -'I l Vernon Silcox, and Beth and L D. Green of Starke. Leo Corcey, Huntz Hall and the SPONSORED BY
.
Enroute To Lake Butler her ankle, putting her out of I Frow Strickland Bowery Boys JUNIOR CLASS
Color Cartoon for Children B.H.S.ImADFORD .
the three-mile march down University So long See :you at BHS Mr. and Mrs. Lavern H. Outlaof \V 13 I
And Serial Chapter
Avenue Congrats to Homecoming next Tuesday Starke are the parents of :a

;;..1 Larry and Maxine Gibson who'll I -Carolyn son, James Franklin, born No v. .








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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18, 1953 BRADFOEDCOVTTY1TLEGRAPT1, STARKE, FLORIDA
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rsSSS rss "r Mrs. Charles Meyers and daugh.,' Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Edwards Col. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin were XOTICJ3 TO APPEAR dence and address is: Unknown. 19 day-of December. 1933.

I I ter, Sandi, of Jacksonville are, end family were in Jacksonville on visiting friends and relatives in k Florida Circuit Court.IB Bradford Comatf, You are hereby notified that a otherwise the allegations of: laid
t Chaaeery. suit for divorce has been filed
visiting her parents, :Mr. and Mrs,:I Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Lakeland and Sebring last past Minnie Lucille Rhodes Plaintiff, vs. against you in the above named Complaint by you.will be taken as confessed -

Junius, Smith while Mr. :Meyers,:,T. Kinchen. weekend. Eddie R. Rhodes, Defendant.Case No. 10-1SS5 Court and cause and you are required This notice shall be publishedonce

I&s is in Fayettevale] N. C., where he Mrs. F, F. Stump is spending :Mrs. D. L. Silcox and Mr. and No To lee Eddie To Appears or to pleading serve a copy the of complainton your answer weeks each In the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele.
: K. Rhodes.
whose residence
has been transferred with the Griffin -I two weeks in Monticello with her: Mrs. Vernon Silcox and son, and address is: Unknown. the Plaintiffs AttorneyJohn graph.
E. Santora. Jr. 202: Profesional -, Dated this 12 day of ;OU':.'-
Well Paint! Co. His daughter Mrs. You are hereby notified that
will William H. a .
familY Thomson
David, were in Live Oak Sunday suit for divorce Bldg.. Jacksonville. Fla.. I II (OFFICIAL. SEAL Charles A. Darby
Join him as soon as he finds a and family. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox. has been filed against you in the I I and file the original in the office of II Clerk of th Circuit Court.
home for them. Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns above named Court and cause and the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I By Marian U Crosby. Deputy Clerk
Mr. Gene Shaw spent the weekendin you are required to seive a copy of I before the 11 l' 4t 12 *
and Mrs. I. E. Clark had as were in Tampa Wednesday to Friday your answer or pleading to the com
,
- -1 Douglas, Ga. visiting Dewayne: plaint on the Plaintiff's j
Attorney
guests several days last week, Mr. of last week on business. They
Elder. Ralph Roberts, 202 Professional
Dalton White Jr. and Miss Gayle Enos Hayes of Miami and Frank and Mrs. L. E.: Clark of Elgin spent the weekend in Gainesville Building, Jacksonville, Florida, Beautiful Healthy Parrakeets

Hestor of New Smyrna Beach Ackerman of Tallahassee spent the Field, Mrs. H. M. Lindsey of.'attending the Homecoming festivities. Mr. and Mrs. Loran Conner and the and file Clerk the of original the Circuit in the Court office on of Billy Rose Parrakeet FarmOn

spent the weekend with Mr. weekend with }.Ir. and Mrs. E. W., Laurel, Miss. and Mr. and Mrs. '' family of Miami are spending or before the S

White's mother, :Mrs. Montgomery Hayes. Clark and sons of Belvedere, 'I''I'Ray Mrs. Rophile Gnann and daughter Thanksgiving week with Mr. Conner's otherwise 19 day of the December allegations 1955;of said Highway 21 Keystone Heights

White, and John Godwin. They Mrs. Cecil Sewell and daughter S. C. The Clarks also had as of Deland were Monday visitors parents, :Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Complaint will be taken as confessed ; .

attended the homecoming festivi- Pam, of Jacksonville were visitingMr. guests on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. of Mrs. Frank Hoover.W. Conner, and other relatives here. This by you.notice shall be publishedonce Tropical Fish Black Mollies

ties in Gainesville Friday and Sat- and Mrs. Doyle Conner over Kenneth Clark of Jacksonville and T. Jackson and David Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. George Jones of each week for four consecu.
tive weeks in the Bradford
urday. the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Key of Palat- attended the car races in Rochester, N. Y. were overnight I Telegraph. County Baby birds easily trained, full of love and affection. Make

Mrs. Felix Strassburger of Day- Friends of Mrs. F. G. Hemmingway '.a. Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. 1955.Dated this 10 day of November wonderful pets. All in full plumage in all colors. Blues in all

tone Beach was the overnight will be happy to hear that Mrs. R. B. Alvarez spent Satur- Charlene Hardy spent the weekend H. K. Tyus. I OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby shades. Yellows, greens, and white. Also yellow-faced blues.

guest Wednesday of last week of she is getting along nicely follow day to Wednesday visiting Mr. in Gainesville with her cousin, Chief and Mrs. T. S. Hogsedof 'By Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the, Deputy Circuit Court Clerk AU raised and acclaimated to our Florida climate. Hundreds to

Mrs. Lucile Davis. ing an operation in St. Luke'sH03pitallast and Mrs. M. H. Lang in :Miami and Billie Lee Bryan. Parris Island, S. C. spent the I 11/18 4t 12/9 choose from.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Alvarez in Mrs. Lema Henry and Mrs. Belle ,1- .
week; weekend with Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. James Deas of W. B. Parks. NOTICE TO APPEAR
Fort Myers. Holland of Jacksonville were Sunday la Circuit Court. Bradford CeuaJy, OVER A THOUSAND
: BREEDERS ON HAND
Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Dansby and Mrs. Laura Colley had a week-
Jennings weekend of $ Florida la
were guests Hallmark Christmas Cards, visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Chancery.
son, Mickey, visited Mr and Mrs. your end guests, Mrs. Mable GUlespie Ernestine Porter. Plaintiff vs. Also
Mr. and Mrs. John Deas. name Imprinted at Bullington's.Miss Henry and family. Clifford Porter, Defendant. Beautiful Selection of Cages
Rex Dansby .in Hahira, Ga. on I and son, Bill, and Miss Jackie Case No. 10-1287
TURKEY 6HOOT Sat., !\ov. Sunday. Lillian Stump spent Sun- Little John Torode is getting Notice To AppearTo
Conway of Fort :Mead, and Mr.
day to Wednesday in Tampa on a [along nicely following a hernia I : Clifford Porter, whose reslIHE II I- ;
19, :1 2 tnL pouth of Starkeon I
: p.m. Diamonds, Watches, Costume and Mrs. Clinton Holliiigsworth I '
buying trip for Stump's store and'ilso ',operation in Riverside Hospitallast

Road 100. Maurice Edwards Jewerly Lay-A-Way for Christ. attended a fashion show. Thursday. and son of Lakeland. Sell It Rent It Trade II!

'Jr. mas Bullington's. Mrs. Ethel Pickren of Gainesville I' Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot were I Mrs. Mary Cloud of Blounts- I !

and Mrs. Seeber Goodman of I in Jacksonville Sunday afternoon town is spending from now

() .. tarke visited Mr. and Mrs. Cyril ,visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. W. through the Christmas holidays

Pickren in Ocala on Sunday. ,Knight with her son-in-law and daughter, I WITH\ A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

THEATRE Mrs. L. D. Green returned homeiunday i TURKEY SHOOT, Sat., Nov. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Gresham, and .-

after two weeks in Talla-, 9, 1 p.m. 2 u1. jsouth of Starke with her son and daughterinlaw -

STARKE hassee visiting her son-in-law and'I|on Road 100. *- Maurice J'd- Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Beck. Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place

laughter, Mr. and Mrs. Willard :wards (Jr. Mrs. Daisy Moore Johnson of to WORDS OR LESS ONE INSERTION <
Dedicated To Community Service Pass and their new baby son. j I Mrs. T. J. Griffin is spening this Houston, Texas is visiting her EACH ADDITIONAL WORD
%
"Movk Are Better Than .Ever" Mrs. C. D. Williams returned 'week in Jacksonville with Dr. and mother, Mr?!. D. W. Moore. e

home Monday from a month's visit !!rs. C. C. Mendoza. Mr. and Mrs. Buck Alvarez DISCOT>T OP 15 PER CEXT OV TWO OR MORE I\SERTIO !S25e

If you find your name concealed In.the Florida Theatre Ad in L esburg.1Ir. ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IV ADVANCE
: I I Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Walters and and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Larramoreof
cat ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS ; and Mrs. Charles Fields and daughter, Claire, of Reidsville, Ga. Starke visited friends and relatives --

son, Wayne, of Jacksonville spent and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Walters in South Florida over the -
of HEIGHTS
SARATOGA
SAT., NOV. 19 ONLY SUN., MON... TUES. Sunday visiting their parents, Mr. Jacksonville were weekend guestsof weekend. I WE r AFRICAN PUSMV UNIT No.2 LOW COST

Nov. 20, 21, 22 and Mrs. O. W. White, Sr. and ELEPHANTS ARt ON ANAVERA6&
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly. Mrs. A. L. Sullivan of Miami,, '
Irs. AROUND FOUR FEET HIGH.( Liability Insurance
J. H. Fields. home
Three bed
Mr. and Mrs. Denver Devrick attended Mrs. T. F. Brown of THESE Lrrnt room masoary
Hampton,, / ruxov/s ARE vtwi BOW under eonstrnrtion t.Star"e' .
CtUMHPCTMQ FTynn of
ryIsTAIs1o Reggie Tampa spent the Automotive Conventionin PLAYFuL AND HAVE AN AFFEC1W aadUI... Priceto
Frank Brown of the U. of F., and nrnet Contact Us
the weekend with his I Concerning the
; grandpar- ATE OISP06JTION. veterans $10000 with appll-
nts: Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn, Orlando on Saturday and Sun- I Miss Dorothy Oglesby of Keystone ration to purchase $50.00: in NEW INSURANCE LAW
P I day.Mr. Heights were Sunday guestsof I thirty days and $233.00: at doting.
I For unsurpassable, true-to- Price to veterans 250.00
non No
Sr.Miss and Mrs.
Pauline I Ralph Traynham Mrs. D. W. Moore. Wednesday with application to purchase Membership Fees
of Jacksonville
/ Gay -
; life movies invest in Revere
of Jacksonville were Sunday guests and low $500.00 at closine.
& Mrs. D. W. Moore and daughter as as
visited her Mr. and BEST
parents, Buy and select the interior RATES IN TOWN
of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy. equipment from the BULLJXG- now
:Mrs. Johnston and
Daisy ,
OR Mrs. Adolph Gay, over the week- colon, and tile for bath and kit-
ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S Sen. Charley E. Johns is in sisters, Mrs. F. F. Brown, Mrs.A. TOX STUDIO AND GIFT chen. See the plans keeo tht'mo"t'rnl2"ht 6 Months Policies

1 end.Mr. New York on business from Wed 1 L. Sullivan and :Mrs. J. J. SHOP! Picture your family in and make your selection. -
PHILCAREY TO CATCH and Mrs. Paul Faulkner and If you want to own a
,nesday to Friday. Sen. Johns and action treasure it will to imesticate -
son; Paul Jr., visited Mr. and Mrs. I Brannen, visited her son, C. R. enjoy a tome pay you Doyle E. CONNER
CENt MARTHA WILLIAMEVANSHYERBISHOf A THIEF dgan: Faulkner in Jacksonville [Mrs. Johns will' spend the weekendin Moore and family in Archer. house of memories in Jjvingt I this.FLORIDA.
Tallahassee attending the FSU REALTY CO. I INSURANCE AGENCYPh.
Color tf pictures for all the to
Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. R. A. Newsome had as years

TECHNICOLORPlus and Mrs. C. J. Powell, Mr.II I Homecoming Mrs. Mae Jones festivities., Mrs. Fannie I.guests last Thursday and Friday r I come. You KNOW you've I Of Starke I 285 136 W. Call

L, "Wacky Romance" Cartoon & and Mrs. George Powell, and Mrs. ,Wood and Mrs. Jennie May Petreeof her brother, W. A. Hendry of r bought the besthen you buy Heal Estate Broker

__,..__f%*IMCUMtntat Latest World News. J. H. Fields were in Baldwin on Jacksonville ,'West Palm Beach, and on Satur Bell & Howell. 355 Temple Ate. Telephone 3S3 FOR REXT-Partly Furnished
I)WUX BKOMU'fcwrf p Wt I.KM Mr. and Mrs. were weekend I Markr, Florida house, 139 Church St.
Sunday visiting I day Mrs. E. A. Wright and Mrs. Key at
guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mid- Kitty's. 239
[ Temple
AND DREW REDDISH Robert E. Tanner and family. I[.dleton at Cedar Key. J. A. Joplen of Lake City. See Large ad on page 4.UDIOANDGFTP I Ave. Itobg

Mrs. Lucile Davis spent the, 1 1I WANTED PECANS FOR SALE Xew S x 8 x IS ConCrete
-: WED. TIIUR. FRI., weekend in Gainesville with lr.1$I Friends of Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. I Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson'1i 'No quantity too large or too small block, 19c. Cement $1.40
UIIIIIS_ Nov. 23. 24 25Paromood Will regret to hear that her moth- are visiting their son-in-law and Cash market prices. See us be- I. per bag. Mortar Mix fl.25 per
and Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. and family | for selling. Dillar Keene. 117 W. bag. Bradford Engineering Co
er, Mrs. W. A. Starling, is on the' I 1[daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn I Brownlee Phone 1S7 12tp 12/16 phone 91. Starke. tf
"
fJHE prettnh m and Mrs. Douglas Plowden.
[critical list at the Baptist Memorial '[I Helmondollar, in Richmond, Va. I
JANE CHAR1JON Kaspar Duncan is spending sev FOR SALE-Florida
Hospital in Jacksonville. Weekend guests of Mr. and I I ner Strawberry 90 Second Run-
KIDWMANHESTON eral weeks in Atlanta with friends. i i I I plants. Grown on
ATOMIC :Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Mersereau Mrs. Claude Crowson were Lt. new ground. Iteady now. N ,
Miss Betty Gunter of Brunswick, were in Ocala on business last; I Coleman. Oiffis Loop. 2tp 11. IS
_LUCY Ga. was the weekend guest of Mr. I Jamie Worley and Lt. John Pay- FOR SALE.

MICKEY-ROONEY' ROBERT-STRAUSS,.. GALLANT and Mrs. J. A. Christmas.Mrs. Thursday.WANTED PECANS I I ton. Jr. of Eglin Field, and Miss I 1 A.4 X Baker cope, Phone Savage Xew. Reasonable.3544 22 Hornet Keystone with L

_nAlllE_DAVIS_.. Si ooo HMCH**..CM HT WOK KSCUKM _ _ Marion Howe and son !'No quantity too large or too 1,Lucille Jackson of Fort Walton. Heights Fla. II '18 *tp

---.-- :::--=.---'".....I S0S -CLAIRE THELMA Gene, spent the weekend in St.small. Cash market prices. See ,

--- -- TREVOR-RITTER Augustine with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond j us before selling. Dillard Keene. RADIOS REPAIRED

Howe Jr. and family. Mrs. Between Railroad and Signal I AU Make All Model

Plus "Design on Jerry" Cartoon & YIST VISION Howe, Sr. gave a birthday partyon 1 LI ht. 117 W. Brownlee ph. 187. I I :Try Our F PHONE 414-J I ileawaable fUAS.charge C. fcllEFHEKD- guaranteed.

Chapter S SeriaL- I Sunday for her grandson, David, 117 W. Brownlee. Ph. 187. rO$ W. Call-,t. gtarte Ph. zsi
who was celebrating his third t ) READY NOW for that special dinner
:Mrs. Lowell Mathews
entertained Double-Breasted
Plus "Hare Brush" Cartoon and Young LICENSED WELL DRILLER. Sam
MRS. W. M. NORRIS anniversary. Among the guests 14 guests at a birthday dinner, Grad A Turkeys. Phone MU-1- 1 Jordan. We guarantee Water.
Latest World. News. I were Capt. and Mrs*. J. M. Slackof : party on Sunday celebrating the THANKSGIVINGTURKEY JI I 4221, Opal's Turkey Farm, Flora-tf; Phone $296%, Melrose Fla. 11/ 5
home Fla.
I
". -- .-. ,pp Louisville, Ky. I birthday anniversary of her hus- | FOR SALE-Electric bathroom
--- -
band. the II MINUTESYou heaters, new never uncrated.
I Among guests during TEN
Cheap Also new electric ironer.
-- -
\ I the day were Mr. and Mrs. Paul DINNER I spend ten minutes to Investigate I' Apply Floral Motel, 2 miles N
Starke
on 301. 2tp 11.f8
Dwyer of Jacksonville Beach and I this position as exclusive- rep

DENMARK'S ,Mr. and Mrs. Dillon Whisler of 1 resentative in Bradford County for I WAXTED-Experienced legal secre
the fourth largest company of its tary, four afternoons
Neptune Beach. I I jI jI kind in the world and I will spend I Box 842. Starke. per week Itchg
Miss Clair Jean Mundy was the I a half day to drive to your ogunty I
to meet We are a sales organization FOR REXT
you. -Spacious downstairs
weekend ; 5.
guess of Miss Emma Jane
4' furnishing leads and a, room apartment; 2 bedrooms, 2
Canova in Gainesville and attended I II 'monthly bonus. Local referencesrequired I baths. 324 N. Walnut St. See or
reliable automobile essentIal call Mrs. J. W. Kincaid
the Homecoming festivities.Mr. phone n.tfchg,
Lv Spend ten minutes to give a
: and Mrs. Fred Harris and 301 RESTAURANT I I brief resume of your background.

family and Mrs. Y. A. Harris of I Apply room 6, Commerce Building,.
\
i IJ II Gainesville, 8:30 to 10:30, only RUBBER STAMPS made to order
I ;
Gainesville were visiting the Lex 4tchg 11/18 daters numberers.
M' PHONE 339-J STARK'E, FLA. notary seals,
Green McGriff I facsimile stamps. Bradford
I and G. J. Sr. fam-i County
flies afternoon. I .. Telegraph. tf
Sunday Lint jour Farm Iluuhe, Acreage S
Mrs. B. R. Quinn ana daughter. :I and Loin

..... _._, 1M-; ELL TIIEI BILL SOTO
Wanda of Inverness and Mr. and .:.--- - - - -: J

jiS Mrs. W. H. Burbank Jr. and sons I :I II FI.OIIIIJ.nE.LT of Starke\ COMPANY I SIGN SHOPOne

of Fernandina Beach were weekend I I
355 Temple Ate. Phone 3S3
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. I -< ) Mile South
i
S Lance. ': On Keystone Highway
.0
I I I WANTED-100,000 or more green
I
'
Mrs. W. B. Mundy was in Tam- pine sapling posts 7' long.3W to 5" in I Phone 178LAll

Modern pa Sunday and Monday attending I diameter outside measurementswith
I bark on; and 20.000 to 30,000 Types
the Fashion Show and was the I i. I 7Vj' long. same diameter, to be Signs
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bird ----- JI loaded on railroad cars at any
/ I point on Seaboard Railroad, 3000to 2% RAID ON SAVINGS -
end family while there. '{:: I,; I II 3500 to the car and are to tie STONE STATE BANK -- KEY KEY
Piece Sofa Bed Miss Kathleen Pilcher of FSU purchased f.o.b. loading point, STONE EIGHTS, FLA. MEM-
Group from two to three cars a week. BER FDIC.
was the weekend guest of Miss Interested parties contact, Florida -
Fence Post Company, Inc..
Ann Johns. ; Wauchula Florida. 4tchg 12/2 Free Catalogs
1 Platform Rocker Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch are I 'WORUS) I Now
I 1 Cocktail TableS spending this week with Mr. and GREATEST VALUE BULLDOZINGFILL clog oat sad some Literature hy for Some free Cat-real

Mrs. H. A. Durden at Jacksonville Bargala in ..1. I".ae.
1 Lamp 1 Sofa Bed Beach. I I INDiamond DIRT .. LAND CLEARING I STROUT REALTY

S 2 End Tables See the new "Lady Sunbeam" .1 Oyster Shell Feat Humus I II Johnle Hansen, Representative

I Shaver Mr. and at Bullington's.Mrs. M. -C. Thompsonhad /1 Bldg. Sand-Fating Driveways I I Starke 1o.., Fla.Box
307
I. Reproduction RingLIFETIMEGUARANTEE j j'HUI
I Ph. Waldo
as weekend guests Mrs. : OVID LEWIS I I III HO-8-2371 .

Clyde McKnight and Mr. and Mrs. Starke 'ITL""RKEY[
W. Madison St. SHOOT
Wilson Kirkland of Chattahoochee. II I P.M. 2 miles SATURDAY
T.T I PH. 356WFOR I Road south of Starke on _
Mr. ,aDd Mrs. J. D. Smith and I I 100. Maurice Edwards. Jr _

daughter Judy Carol, of Tampa lip _
I SALE-Youth bed with springs; LADIES I-
spent the weekend with Mrs. two mattresses and bedspread. Tupperware.WANTED To demonstrate
_
Smith's mother, Mrs. Laura Tison.I I $20. 200 E. Adklns St. tf Dyson Bridges, Contact Box 47J. Mildred Green
AGAINST
They had as dinner guests last I FOR SALE-Tw Oil Ranges, two _Cove Springs. 2tp_11/25

Friday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Bill i Coal heaters, two kitchen safes FOR SALE-Set of double
Loss of Brillance -- etc. Mrs. Norman, 418 S. Thomp I tubs. Almost wash
I new.
Tison of Orange Park and Mr. son. Ito 606 Alton Rd.

and Mrs. Claude Johns of Earlton I lip
FOR SALE-One Hot Plate,
one
Loss of Stone-Tarnishing GUITAR. PIANO
Beach. Kitchen Attic Fan, one TV Stand. sons. Apply Dahmer's and Accordian les
all new. Also one used Bendix Gift Shop
Mr. and Mrs. J. R Hime and Washer, one 1-% hp Electric Motor _or phone 6t for Information._ Itchg

Mrs. Marguerite Chalker of Palm $4.59 Recorder, one Cardex and file miscellaneous one Volt Meter wirIng MAN OR WOMAN to take over

Beach, Jimmy Phillips of Orlando, material. All moderately Starke.route of established customers in
priced. Mr* J. R. Kite, 708 W. Weekly profits of 150.60
Harry Hanson of Fort Lauderdaleand Plus Tax Call St.. Phone 241-W. Itchg or more at start possible. No car _
Frank George of Chicago HI. or will other investment necessary.
FOR SALE-Bed, help you get started. Write
were guests during the weekendof electric refrigerator.springs and H.mattress G.- C. R. Ruble. Dept. N-3. The J. R.

Mrs. Loyree Hartmann. Theyall LADIES SUITS CHENILE Bollinger 426l.. Walnut St., Tenn Watkins Company, Memphis 2,
phone 108. Itp Itp
I .
attended the homecoming festivities -

in Gainesville. I ROBES HOME for SALE All Types Of
Value to $19.95
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards I

and Mrs. Leah Bauknight of Jack- I On Sale For Ladies Childrens Nice : bedroom home on Thomp- GLASSCOLUMBIA
REG. PRICE 5173-75 son Street I. Mart.,
price $3.904)
; sonville were Sunday guests of I 3.98 198Just for 4uek sale.Florida. GLASS
AND
Mrs. W. H. Struth and daughter, 12.98 & 7.98 I

SAVE 34.00 Kate. In Buy Now'For I Realty Co. PAINT. CO.

I Mr. and Mrs. George R. Powell Of Starke I We Specialize in StoreFronts

have returned to their home in JUST ARRIVED Best Selection & House Glazing
1 Newton, N. C. after ten days'visit I 355 Temple Ave. Phone 383

Use Our SALE PRICE $139.75ill with Mrs. J. H. Fields. | I New Shipment. Of MEN'S FLANNELAnd StarLe, Florida South Marion St.

Budget.Plan Mrs. Oscar H. Thomas of I Phone 1227
FOR 'SALE-to acres of land and
I Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. GOLDEN GIRL
good house, 6 rooms. % mile off
I MeMurchy of Duncan, Miss. were COTTON LONG SLEEVESHIRTS I Bayless Highway, 6 miles West of Lake City, Fla.
Starke, Rt. 2, Box 177, Starke.
!! i1 FAMOUS BRANDS Tuesday guests of Mrs. Eve God DRESSESfrom Fla. 2tp 11/25 I'I i
win. HOUSE FOR RENT
Apply at BUI
Simmons Beauty Rest Mattresses Drexel Thayer Dixie Serta Hoover I II FOR REXT-Two bedroom unfurn-j Station. tfchg
ished house. I
Mrs. Steve Weldon and familyare 308 S. Water St.

I II spending this weekend in I J.98 A Special .98 I ItchgFOR .- LOST-Yellow gas model air plane
I up 1 1 I between Keystone Heights' Air- _
Sneeds with her son-in-law and a "'alue. I SALE-Thn.e feather beds. $15 I port and Hampton. Simpson';
DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY I each. One mile South on Rd. 100. Bike Shop.
Itehsr
daughter, Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Geo. "W. Cheshier Rt 1, Box 35. i
I Patrick.Mr. HpFOP. FARM-RAISED corn-fed Turkey,
I BARKSDALES DEPT. STORE I I; hens 45c ID- and gobblers 40c 1))
434 i 446 W. Call St. Phone 151 and :Mrs. H. C Ritch visit- REXT-Furnished and unfurn- Phone 94. Maurice Edwards, Jr >

ed Mr. and Mrs. W. Whitten in ished apartments. Also email cot- I 2tchg ILlS
: I Starke. Fla. tages. Desirable. Close In loca

St. Augustine on Sunday. .>..-,-.-,-D-.-.,-?-?-?-.-.-.---_..-.-..-o-,-,-,-.--..)i i I I r ison.tion. W. H. tollman, 228 W. ltchg Mad I:MEAT Starke CURING Ice Company.Plant now 4tchg open 1118I at

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Rev. S. F. Beard pastor of. .,. ,
Heilbronn Baptist Church, brought
two inspirational messages last TURKEY"G
Sunday. A cordial invitation is
extended to all to come and worship -
at every service.
Sunday School and Training For
Union leaders met Wednesday; "G
night before Prayer Meeting to _
discuss plans for the Christmas 1
,
program.

The New River Association .
Sing will meet with the Heil
bronn Baptist Church Sunday,
Nov. 27, at 2:30: p. m. Everyone ,
invited. 'i Read The Rules

family Mr. and of Mrs.Tampa Spencer were Beard recent and co; ti How To Win/

guests of Rev. and Mrs. S. F. i,:,,,... Any(reader pf the Telegraph Is eligible '. 1
Beard. Each space below Represents some '
to enter this contest, andthe
t ;
.
Bill Green returned to the hospital -
:: : prominent business firm or person
first Submitting
in Tampa last week after :;; 1.persons
few with his \ of this c it)". Take the scrambled
spending a days ., the correct 'or nearest !Correct answers ,f
family here. '
Mrs. Billy Noegel and childrenand ;'.', will be awarded big fat turkeys ; "V letters ,and arrange them to. *pell

Mrs. Morris Carter and the
son :" -, 'or Thanksgiving. in order firm name (correctly. Then
were shopping in Gainesville last {'
Friday. They enjoyed the paradeand ,,= to be fair with our subscribers Mho 1 t write 'a brief article on the subject N

other activities of the day w g """y (I yhink The Turnpike
M.r. and Mrs. Ernest Harris of get their papers through the mail, /

Gadara attended church t Will Be Good Or Bad
services no answers I will be.considered from r For Our .,
here Sunday night.
Mrs. Gordon, mother of Mrs.L. anyone U'ing'py of the Tele- i County" Do not exceed 100 words.

C. Sapp, is visiting the Sapps ii It
Js permissable to ve this advertisement !
graph in our office before 6 o'clock .
and also attended church services J t .
here Sunday. Thursday, .:Xo\ember 17. e or a separate sheet of ':I"
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Redding !
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for
paper jour answers. Winners
visited in Macclenny last Sunday I Iq t)

afternoon.Mrs. Winners of Turkology Contests will .be notified by nail und turkeys ';:":';
IIII
Delores Carmichael and /
daughters spent part of last weekin .4'. in the previous :5 year9 will not be will be preSt"ntedIonda), :,q II!
North Carolina visiting another ill:
November 21. The ,
daughter and son-In-law, Mr. and : eligible for prizes in the current d correct solution ". !!in!

Mrs. Ted Shultz. contest. ;.to ,the puzzles will be published ::/ I ilii I
Mr. and Mrs. M. Beach of Jack : ,
in our next hsne.rotdyathoseormpchrbrmyoan .
sonville visited Mrs. Delores 111//

Carmichael last Sunday.Mr. .
I' '
: and Mrs. Freeman Crosby Ii'
have returned to their home in 1'Ii 1'/'/
Tampa after spending a few days J

here with relatives. Ii 1r',

children Mr. and of Mrs.Jacksonville B. J. Eggers visitedrelatives and 3 TURKEYS GIVEN A WAY

Galbraith here last of weekend.Rev. St. Augustine. Start Now iili

paster of Bayless Hiway Church, I!
was the Saturday night guest of 1'1''I Iill'

the Eldon Sapps.
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp visitedthe
Sammy Green family in Jack III!

sonville last Sunday. ,I
.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Edwardsand 1,1:
family visited in this com li,::1
II
munity Sunday afternoon.Mr. eeeeeccysaayngcranrlodnmincrgnroyametirrsigh.efucnp.du 'aragsrealeg' !
and Mrs. Charlie Edwardsand atuoisasselacotwnrseeerotlarpcosaiftaipmcel&goclnerapaannyd ii1 i
family of Jacksonville visited '

his mother, :Mrs." Alice Edwards, !!
last weekend. "
:Mr. and Mrs. J. B. White were
in St. Petersburg part of last

week.Mr. and Mrs. Marklee, Normanand ysmejilwelaiwlr :

children of Hampton visited ill

his parents, the Leroy Normans, '
last Sunday. I!,

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WANTED PECANS aaaelenmcsos'yhpgpittssssyeecmer66uo'vanriio EI i iI iII
:No quantity too large or too
small. Cash market prices. See < alsgce.ainaw.hclnunycre I

us before selling. Dillard Keene, II
Between Railroad and Signal .
II
Light 117 W. Brownlee Ph. 187. I.
III
117 W. Brownlee, Ph. 187. !I''


la The County Judge. Court Im rbbwevtnotcis'nogrisseai cdtheenasonrleemw II
Aid For Bradford County, Florida Iii
la Probate.IN .
RE: The Estate of

Deceased.WALTER FLEISCHMANX. f .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS ilil
All creditors of the Estate of !''II''
.
Walter Flelschmann, deceased are i
hereby notified ana required to file
!
I?? lilies: or demands Which the 7 roenhtuwntesseaeabdeehiihooortsdlrtjosntliir t wymejlregesnivratbeodmhreih II
may have against said estate in the I
office of the County Judge of Bard I!
ford County, Florida. In the Court I telwiridlleseecyesrc'I
house at Starke. Florida within 1// :
?:ght calendar months from the i I!
.date ot the first yyblicatlon of tijsNotice. .
Each claim or demand must 1:1
be In writing and must state the :
"I
place of residence and post office V "
address of the claimant and must '
be sworn to by the claimant his V I
agent or his attorney or It will become kawltrens'oamteasmherstrpepaymluP : :i
void according to law. H'I:'
October 20. 1955.S VS I
( ) Charles M. Schmitt iill
Administrator of the Estate of t
!
Walter Flelschmann, deceased.
First Publication on October 25, '""I:' :
1955. ""I'I
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
TRIDAY. ;NOVEMBER 18 1953 _
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1 YTYYYYTTYYYYYffYYYYY"LAWTEY TTTTVTTTTTTmMMMMM Edwin played in the game. Crescent singing convention at the "Bob-O- botham and family.Mr. Starke courthouse Monday and

City won 19-0. Link" Church in Jacksonville Sun- and Mrs. Bootsie Cannon Tuesday.Mr. .

I \ Mrs. Lola Chilson, who has day afternoon. and son, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Griffis and Mrs. James Colemanhad

MAXVILLEt een visiting her -son and daugherinlaw Edith Copeland had her finger and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. 1 supper with Mr. Colemans

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie mashed in Mrs. Thelma Rainer'scar Bun Griffis and daughter, John ,1 brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and

By Mrs. Joyce T. Futch&AAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAkALAAL By Mrs. C. B. Nolan Chilson and family for the past door Monday morning and Waters, Sonny Boy Griffin and i Mrs. Buddy Browning in Jacksonville -

AAAAAAAAAAiiiiiiiiAAAAAAColemanGiddens month, left Saturday to return toher wasn't able to attend school. Ginger Cannon went to the Jacksonville Tuesday night.

home in Hialeah. She rode St. Mary's Kraft Corporation's fair Monday night. Buck Wellhausen received a

home Demonstration Club with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Cole- tank truck fell through a bridgeout Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pirkle i slight injury on the nose practicing I

Church At The Tabernacle The Lawtey Home Demonstration A wedding of interest to a man as far as Avon Park where near Yellow Water Monday and family of Jacksonville Beach i football this week.

Presbyterian Club met at the home ot large circle of friends was that of she will have a short visit en- afternoon, but we are glad to say spent Sunday with Mrs. Pirkle'sfather Two Maxville schoolboys were

Saturday-Adult Choir practice Clinton C. Clarke of Tavares, Mrs. H. C. Wainwright, Nov. 8. Miss Judith Lucille Giddens, route home. that Ben Higginbotham was not Mr. Sparkman, and Mrs. ,injured in a game of dodge ball

spoke at the 11 o'clock hour Sun- The follgwing officers were elect- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Tommy.Smilh and injured. It was a pretty close Sparkman. at the school Tuesday. They were
3 p. m. Tabernacle. ed: President Mrs. E. J. Whelan; Giddens of Avon Park, to James call Freeman Johns, Effie Johns Whitehead
day morning at the family of Jacksonville were dinner however. Billy and Jerry Scully.
Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Vice President, Mrs. J. .J. Smith; Edward Coleman, son of Mr. and Willie Mae Judd
Palm Marian Carter
William Wiley of West guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Sweat otJacksonville and -
.. "A Decision to Be Secretary, Mrs. A. H. Harley; Mrs. Francis Coleman of Max- I I of Starke
_ Worship, Beach brought the message Sun- Parrish and family Sunday. conducts prayer visited with .the VvvVyvyvyVVVyVVyVvvvVV'VPINE
"Unselfish," 11 a. m. continuationof day night. Mr. Wiley representsthe Treasurer, Mrs. H. C. Wainwright; yUle, which was solemnized Sat Henry Griffis returned Sunday meeting at Mr. and Mrs. Kile Randolph Crosbys; and Henry
Delegate, Mrs.. P. L. Dinkins; urday night, Nov. 12, at 8 o'clockin Carters
Every Member Canvass, 2 p. South American Indian Mission morning from Avon Park wherehe Cannon's home every Wednesday I Sunday. LEVEL
and was accompanied by his Membership, Mrs. Effie Miner. I the Avon Park Church of served as best man in the night Mrs. Gladys McClung and
In. Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m. Mrs. Dinkins and Mrs. Wain- I _
wife and son. They work among God.The Coleman-Giddens wedding Satur- The power failed :Monday night,I daughter Gail are moving back to by Mfi. H. M. Mcltae&aAAAAit.&iAA
Evening Worship, "A Decision to the Indians and brought first wright demonstrated the making bride, given In marriage by day night. but it didn't keep the Maxville Maxville soon from West Virginia.Mr. .

Be Free," 7:30 p. In. hand information of the superstition of Ice box rolls. Several mem- her father, Ellis Giddens, chose awhile :Mr. and Mrs. Francis Coleman Baptist Church from holding I I'I and Mrs. L. B. Rushing I Ajj .

Tuesday The Women of the and peculiarities of these people bers won Blue Ribbons at the wedding gown with a full returned Sunday afternoon from their revival. They held services went on a shopping trip to Mrs. Ida Ellis of Palatka and

Church meet at 8 p. nu and their great need of a County Fair. The meeting will be skirt and vtil. Her corsage wasa Avon Park where they attended by candle light. Gainesville Wednesday. son, G. C., of Lake City were Sun
held at the home of Mrs. A. H. '
Junior Choir purple orchid. Her maid of the wedding of their sOn. James, Miss Minnie Hargroves and T. Mrs. Leather Harris spent Sun- afternoon visitors of the Robert
Wednesday- prac- knowledge of the Bibie. Tuesday day _
Harley Sr. Nov. 29. All ladies I
on Barbara
honor was her sister, day in Jacksonville
lo Judy Giddens L. with her sister
visited -
Saturday night. Manning Mr. Manning'smother
tice, 3:30 m. Prayer Meeting there a study on "Re- invited to the Club. I' Starlings and the J. F. Tur
p. :night was are join Giddens, who was dressed in a i Rev. and Mrs. Lester Taggart Mrs. Edna Manning, in Mrs. Ruby Turner.

Study of Psalms, 4448. ligion In The Home." Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hilliard I becoming blue sating evening ,and family were dinner guests of Manning Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Harris ners.Mr. and Mrs. Jack of

I There will be a special speaker and son Darrell are visiting rela- gown. The bride had two flower I Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Harris and and Mrs. James Pritchard went to Starke Tuesday. Mr. IBradenton spent Saturday Shanley night _____
IIEILBRONNBAPTIST tives in Miami ,
from Virginia at the Gospel Tabernacle girls. family last Sunday. I of Jacksonville visited Mrs. Harris has been ill for several with her
I parents, Mr. and Mrs
CHURCH I on Friday night, Nov. 19. Mrs. F. B. Wainwright and Henry Griffis of Maxville serv- I Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and Pritchard's parents, Mr. and .Mrs. days and went to the doctor. R. R. Crosby. _
daughter Frankie, of Jacksonville ed as best man and ushers in- :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. _
family were guests of Mr. Sweal's Frank Brown and family; last Denmark Mr. and Mrs. Bert
I Reiber and
Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching -I spent Sunday with Mr. and cluded Roger Giddens and John brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Wednesday.Mrs. I and family of Jacksonville spent Mr. and Mrs. Marion Reiber and _

11 ajn. Training Union 6:30 Mrs. T. L. Wainwright.Mr. Giddens Jr., cousins of the bride. Mrs. Alfred Sweat and family in : Tommy Godwin and children Sunday afternoon with Mr. and 'children
WANTED: Clean Cotton Rags. and Mrs. Howard I. all of Crossville. Tenn _
7:30 Prayer Thompson -
Preaching p.m. decorated
The -
p.m. church was beautifully Mrs. Lonnie Harris and 'I
Macclenny Sunday. Mrs. Jim Godwin and Mrs. family.
.Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. I N'o Pants or Shirts. Bradford I of Jacksonville visited the I. with white gladioli, ferns I Mrs. Doris were overnight guests of Rev. and _
Mr.
Strickland .
Mrs. carried
and Jack Waters and Ruby Durrance were visitors in Irs. W. E. Hall enroute Or-
,
Rev. F. B. Beard, pastor. County Telegraph. Roy Griffis family on Sunday. I.and palms. Organ music was rendered children Of Jacksonville visited I Starke Tuesday. Mrs. Lizzie Harris and her children I lando to _____
where
Mr. and :Mrs. Bert
Buster Bennett and
H. T. Bennett -
and Patsy Giddens, sister with Mr. Water's mother and I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgettand to Jacksonville Tuesday. I Reiber will make
their home. Mrs.
who are employed at Fort!1 of the bride sang two solos. ; Revival services
family are
Sunday afternoon. daughter Bonnie visited with continuingat
Pierce Reiber I is Mrs. Hall's sister.
[ spent the weekend with A reception was held immediately Misses Jewel Higgenbothamand Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mosley in Mid the Maxville Congregational I Mr. and Mrs. Robert
their families here. Starling
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE \ after the ceremony at the Jo Ann Parrish Holiness Church.
visited will dleburg Sunday.
| Mr. and Mrs. Gad Griffis and I where and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Turner _
Park
club house in Avon About 25
Misses Libby and Sally Sweat in Elmer Higginbotham will soon girls of the Baldwin L attended funeral services for C.
I son of Starke atended a hog killing
FLA. the three-tiered wedding cakewith I Macclenny Sunday afternoon. be able to go back to work after HQme Economics class honored I Cannon in Palatka on Nov. 6
at the Leonard Prevatt home
I 1i miniature bride and groom, Mrs. Kile Cannon, Miss Minnie getting his finger nearly mashedoff I Miss Jo Ann Parrish with a surprise IP.Mrs. J. E.
;[on Saturday. was cut and served with punchto Hargroveg and T. L. Manning by a power saw.Connntion birthday party in the HomeEC. Starling is visiting _

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor Recent visitors at the home Of about one hundred guests. were business visitors in Stark Class Room at Baldwin High I relatives in Adel Ga. this week. _

I Ernest Raulerson and family After a short wedding trip, Mr. last Friday. Singing School on Thursday Nov. 10. Jo' The Bishop Thomases and children _
In The Heart of Town Mr. and A singing convention will beheld of Brooker visited Mr. and
Jefferson and Court Streets were Mrs. Russell Tidd- and Mrs. Coleman are at home Mr. and Mrs. : Ann received cards and gifts and I _
Doss
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 ings and Mr. and Mrs. Farley to friends in the Lucas house on tham and Hogginbo- this Sunday, Nov. 20, at the: afterwards birthday cake and ice;Mrs. Harry Lewis last Sunday. We

I Raulerson of Jacksonville, Miss in Maxville. daughter Shirley visited Maxville Baptist Church. Some are glad to report that Bishop is _
\Highway 301 cream were served. I
with Mr. and Mrs. George John of the singers will be The Bradford
DeEtta Norman and Johnnie improving nicely after a recent _
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. White of Middleburg. I Mrs. Coleman graduated from son and family in Jacksonville Co. Singers, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hargrovesspent .illness. _
I the Avon Park High School last Sunday in Macclenny with
Sunday School 9:43 A.M. Training Union 6:16 P.M. Jiggs Henniger of Lake City term.I Saturday. Tony Gonzalez, The Duval Co. I Dan Baxley and Miss I!I Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and __
Mr. and I Nancy
Mrs. _
Waters
I spent the weekend with the Dan, Roy and Singers, King Clark and Buddies, '
1 family of Jacksonville the
.
Mr. Coleman attended schoolsat : Starling.The spent
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. Harley family, He, with Mr. and I Maxville and Baldwin High family of Jacksonville visited Mr.Water's and The Brandy Branch Choir. Baldwin High School weekend with the H. M. McRaes _
mother I F. H.
Mrs. Dorothy A big turnout is
Mrs. expected and I
Harley, attended the foot
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at ball school. He is presently employedby Waters and family Saturday. dinner will be served on the A. will hold a sock dance at the'They also visited the Neal Clements -
in : i
game Gainesville. Saturday and Baldwin at Waldo Saturday, a--
Griffis Bros. at Maxville Miss June i Gym Friday night.I .
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. I afternoon.Mr. I Wesconnett. turned Higginbotham re grounds at one o'clock. The public I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lucas and I I companied by Mr. McRae.
I and Mrs. W. M. Smith and' Sunday from Jacksonville is invited. The singing will I 1 ______
l I I Robt'rson-Waters where she had been visitinoMr, .. last all afternoon. j family and Miss Lula Harris went L I We were glad to have with us
of Starke -
: family the First Baptist attended Church servicesat I Mrs. Dorothy Waters announces I and Mrs. George Johnson-----0, Mrs.; Mrs. Janie Edwards of Jacksonville -'Ion a sight-seeing tour in Jack- .at church last Sunday Mrs. Elizabeth -

on the marriage of her daughter, Lena Joiner som'ilIe Sunday afternoon. Aldridge, Mrs. Viola _
I Sunday and and Miss Kathleen visited with her brother and I
dinner
were guests' Margaret, to Willie Orion Denmark I Merle and Elmer Higginbolham Vaughn, and Mrs. Rosie Wright,
for sister-in-law
of W. M's Mr. several days. Mr. and Mrs. Francis __
parents, and Mrs. _
_
J. J. Smith. Roberson of Jacksonville. The Mr. and Mrs. Denver Godwin Coleman and family Friday. I were guests at Bonnie Starling'sparty who are visiting their sister, :Mrs. __

BUILDERS 1 '( Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse marriage took place on Saturday j and family Of Jacksonville visited I She carried Minnie, Evelyn, B. F., in Lawtey Saturday night I Carlton, in the Wateroak section. _

spent Saturday in Lake Butler night, Nov. 12, at the home of I Mr. Godwin's parents, Mr. andMrs. and Donnie Coleman back to Jack.I There were between 30 and 40() Visitors of the H. M. McRaes' _

HARDWARE, helping to look after the Judge Peebles in Kingsland, Ga. I' Jim Godwin, Sunday. Miss sonville with her and they visited guests. Refreshments were served Sunday afternoon were B. L _

Miles family who had the Charley mis- Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Collins of'Mickey Godwin Spent the afternoon their brother-in-law and sister' and everyone really had a nice Haltiwanger and Miss Fletcher of _
Jacksonville attended the young Mr. and Mrs. : time. Jacksonville. Mrs. Robert Myrick
with Misses
fortune to lose their home June and Shirley Buddy Browning,
by I c The bride wore a becoming Higginbotham.It over the weekend.Mr. 'I I Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mosley of I and children, and Mrs. Sue My-
fire.
EVERY SORT Mrs. Miles is confined in '
light blue suit with arose 'Middleburg visited with Mr. and rick of StarkeCHARLEY _
the Lake Butler Hospital on was quite an exciting time and Mrs. Floyd Hall and
'' sweater and black accessories. laThe st Thursday for Mrs. Geneva Mrs. Sylvia Carter of Jacksonville Mrs. Buford Higginbotham and .1
A BIG SUP. : account of severe burns. t-='"
last
bride, who has lived most family Sunday.
Miss Arthurine Blanchard of Smith, the school bus driver, and I visited Mrs. Hall's mother, Mrs. I
WE'RE; NEVER Jacksonville spent the weekend of her life in Duval County, attended the bus students when they found Hattie Nolan, Monday night and:[ !I Mrs. Opal Hill was a business t

with her family here. the Maxville Grammer out that Irvin Padgett had swallowed had supper with her. (I. visitor in Jacksonville last Wed
School and Baldwin School. -
SHORT Recent visitors at the homeof High two quarters and they had Mrs. Lealer Harris, Mrs. Gladys nesday. 91" !!
The is the Mr.
Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp were and Mrs.groom Owen Roberson son of of lodged in his throat. Mrs. Smith Copeland and baby Herschel t. Mrs. Daisy Padgett and Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen and got Clarence Knight to take the Johns and Diana Griffis visited I Sarah Audrey Norman of High

[ YOURSELF E. Dustin, of Starke, and Mr. Jasper. He graduated from boy home. He soon got the Mrs. Harris' sister-in-law, Mrs. land attended the trial for Charlie ..
J. School and two
Jasper High
and Mrs. Bill Burney of spent .quarters on down and we centain- Eva Mosley, in Baldwin Monday.Mr. [ I I Mosley which was held at the
Jacky ears in the armed services. He :
sonville. ly hope that he will not have to I I .
I-
LOCAL TRADEMARKS loc.BUILDSRSUPPLIE is presently employed by the I and Mrs. Deanne Hill visited -
have an to them
Sunday guests of Mr. and operation get
Gate City Mattress Co., Jackson- with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. -- ---- --
:Mrs. Willie Griffis were Mr. and ville. out. He is being observed by the Dennis in Clay County last Sun-I

Mrs. Ossie Cason of Pine Level doctor frequently. I
'
The young at home day. I
community, and :Mrs. :Madeline couple are Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and j I b't
lo their friends at the Saeckle Misses Minnie and Evelyn Coleman ,
Prevail and daughter of the I sons were visitors in Jacksonville sc
State Farm. apartments herein Maxville. Sunday. I attended the football game 1 ; _

Among those attending the between Paxton and Bishop Kenny :
Mr. and Mrs. G.V.. Teston of Friends of little Wade Godwin ,
[ Greater Jacksonville Fair at the I Saturday night at the Gator I
Jacksonville, and Ed Teston of will regret to learn that he was m E. JOHNS & SON
Gator Bowl in Jacksonville Saturday Bowl. :
I
MacDill Field, Tampa, visited taken ill at school Monday and Ii i _
night were M.r. _and Mrs. D. about this questionI
their I Miss Mary Williams of Baldwin -
; & parents, Mr. and Mrs. Blain had to be taken home. His little -
J. Parrish and family, Mr. and I
e -- __ Teston during the weekend. brother Bobby is still confined spent last Tuesday night with caused auto accident
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]Mrs. J. C. Nolan and
Mr.
family, Miss Jo Ann Parrish. _
Tom J. Young to his bed sick. ;
and Mrs. James killed
and Mrs. Dan Parrish, Mr. and a father of three chili -
Gasque of Bryceville were Saturday : Marion Wilkinson and daughters Mrs. Harry Padgett and daughter i dren.. The is _
Mrs. family suing
J. D. Bell and daughter, Mr. me _
I II II St. Ga. attended Bonnie :Mrs. McPherson
of
guests of Grandmother: | Mary's and Dewey I
I and Mrs. A. S. Sego and for $35,000 and I wish for
family, ,
_
Carrie
Gasque and son L. C. 'church services with Mr. Wilkinson spent last Saturday in I
I I Minnie, Evelyn, B. F. and Donnie their sake and my own that I
I i The R.Y.. Moseley Jr. last Sunday at the Maxvilte Slarke.
i
of family Coleman Jewel Higginbotham, We serve strictly fresh eggs! had the insurance to cover it
Orlando Church. I I
were weekend guests Baptist Miss Merle Higginbotham spent _
and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and Would the added
160-ACRE ALACHUA COUNTY IMPROVED RANCH of the R. W. Moseleys: Sr. Dan Parrish and Buford and from Thursday, Nov. 3, until The finest food premiumover

6 Miles HIGH SPRINGSliIet( : West Mr. and Mrs. Homer Miller family.Ernest Wellhausen I E. D. Higginbotham went fishing [Wednesday Nov. 9, in Lawtey And service too, my $10,000 policy have _

south of S. 41 I and family Of Jacksonville were Buck and Henry. and Leslie and sons Chil-, i at Grandin last Monday. with her brother-in-law and sister, We courteously I, been only about $10 per year? _

recent guests at the home of I Misses Jewel North. CarolynChilson. Mr. and Mrs. J. I,. Waters and 1'roude for
TUESDAY NOVEMBER: 22 1:30 P.P, son and son, Edwin, attended the you.
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Mr. and Mrs. Runt and Parrish attended
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Reddish. i Patty
Then
football game in Macclenny Thurs- I family. on Wednesday \ Charley E. Johns
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkinsand the football game in Macclenny night she went to Jacksonville and I
night between Crescent I
day
City
family of Jacksonville spent Thursday night. stayed with her brotherinlawand GUIDON GRILLGeorge _
and Baldwin.
Both Buck and
I the weekend with Mrs. Jenkins' ;,I R. L. Harris was a business visitor sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle I & Son

,,parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. J.I visitors to Jacksonville Monday.Mr. in Macclenny Saturday. Schmels and daughter until Sat- Kopelousos, Owner Agency

Anders. and Mrs. Fred Boyer and Little Cliff Slade from Hampton I urday. While there she attended

Mallie Prevatt of Jackson- daughter, Pat, and son, Freddy, was an overnight guest with the fair. Starke, Fla. I Phone 13 Starke, Fla.

ville enjoyed a visit with his spent Saturday night and Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lucas and fam- Home Demonstration Club I
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mother, Mrs. Senie Prevatt, On L day with the Fred Moore family. ily Friday night. The :Maxville Home Demonstration -' -

Sunday. We are glad that Mrs. They were enroute to ,their home Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schmellsand met Tuesday Nov. 15, at the

Prevatt is sufficiently improved L in Tampa from Jacksonville daughter Diane of Jacksonville club house. The topic "Time I 1---

Fertile soil for a variety of crops, all cleared and tillable, 7 m health that she could at. where they attended the Hills- visited with Mrs. Schmells' Management" was discussed by

fields, now in grass and cultivation; all woven wire fenced. eros!>- tend church Sunday night. jboro-Andrew Jackson Football parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buford the County Home
fenml. On county road with school bus, mall, milk all other Agent, Mrs.
(Misses
and
Beverly Newman of Game. Miss Gayle Moore also Higginbotham family Sunday. Nellie D. Mills. After the meeting -
services with electric RoE.A. .
dt'f'pell eIt'Ctrldty.Sbtdroohlo
: pump. Daytona, and Jackie Debbie and Mr.
attended the Miss Phillips
Harley of
game.
bath home; tenant house, tobacco barn; corn crib; luncheon was served. On
other necessary buildings.New Jacksonville spent the weekend I I Mr. and Mrs. Paul DinkinsJr. and Mrs. Griff Phillips of Lawteyvisiled r Tuesday, Nov. 8, a work meetingwas

Ferguson tractor, turning plow, tiller, disc harrow. cultivator with Miss Harley's parents, Mr. of Anthony were weekend with Mrs. W. H. Normanon held at Mrs. Laura Chilson's

planter. 4 bfdders, rotary hoe, rotary mower, tobacco and Mrs. H. B. Harley.The guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trout River Blvd. in Jackson, home and several burlap rugs

burner, tobacco setter, Oliver seed drill, cattle trailer and small J. C. Prevatt family of Dinkins Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. ville Tuesday. were started, after which Mrs.

tools. Ocala spent from Thursday lo) Carl Carter. Mrs. J. L. Waters and family of r Chilson served a delicious luncheon -
TERMS: 20% down day Auction; balance announced. Saturday with :Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thomas Lawtey visited with Mr. and Mrs .

Carl Prevatt. and son Jody, came Buford Higginbotham and family!
MIMS :Mondaj. November 21 1 :30 p.m.U. Sundayfrom i Mrs. Alene Sweat of Jackson-
The James Waters Hendersonville, N. C. with Sunday and attended services at t
family
S. 1 6 1-! Miles North of Titimille -Grove 2 Bedroom I vile spent last Monday with her
were Sunday guests of Mrs.Water's Mrs. Thomas' Mr. and I the Maxville Baptist Church
Home; rental cottage, now occupied: 11\\)'. 1 Commercial Cornerlot parents, sister-in-law, Mrs. E. D. Higgin-
for exceptional tourbt business. parents, the Buford Hig Mrs. W. Fred Moore. Sunday morning.Mrs. I
ginbotham family in Maxville. The Ladies of the First Baptist Claude Greene Mrs. Joe j I I II II

North Dixie Trailer Park Ocala U. S. Hwy. 441 Mr. and Mrs. Hart of Rai- W. M. U., with the Young Lucas and family and little Cliff

Monday, November 28 I :30 a.m. ford visited Mrs. Mae Wells Matrons Circle, entertained with L Slade attended the greater Jack r

425 ft. frontage running thru to Old 441, North City Limits. Sunday. Mrs. Hart is postmistress a covered dish luncheon In honor sonville fair Saturday afternoon

2-story bldg. with office and modern apartment down, two 2- there. of Mrs. H. B. Anvood at the Mrs. Drew Wilkinson visited her

bedroom apts. uP" Utility building for laundry; shower, etc. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish home of Mrs. W. F. Moore on I II I son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and I -- -

Sewer Connections,1 City Conveniences. received word on Saturday of Thursday. Twelve G. A. girls; Mrs. Earl Wilkinson and baby f Triplet Trades At Koch's?

1:30 p.m. Tuesday. November: 29 7:30pm.() I the birth of their grandson, John came from school for lunch and I son in Jacksonville Monday. : = ;; ---

Daytona Beach i Edgewater Owen Pons Jr., son of Mr. and presented :Mrs. Arwood with a I We are so glad that little Jan cc

Daytona Terrace Hotel I Smith's Quality Market I Mrs. J. O. Pons Sr., of Talla- lovely gift. They announced that ice Bell is able to be back at The one in the middle, of .course. Our
had named their
lassee. they auxiliaryThe
Tourist Commercial U. S. Fully Equipped, Operating school this week after missing

Hwy. 1 2o? N. Ridgewood I Grocery Meat Market Weekend guests of Mrs. Leona Nora Arwood Auxiliary.; several days.Among standard of quality is higher than a stag
Edwards and Mrs. Herbert Hild- Mrs. Arwood received many* I IXj \
10 Modern Guest Rooms- Now Stock Equipment Modern S- I those attending the 1 -
Operating Counter A Table Bedroom Home IT. S. High- reth were Mr. and Mrs. Bryant lovely gifts from the 27 ladies _
at
Coffee Shop. i way 1 605 N. Ridgewood Ave. Tucker and children of Fernan-. present. Homecoming Football game nightwere party spectator. That, plus low prices and
Macclenny last Thursday (
dina Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Doyle
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards -
Wednesday. November 30 1 :30 p.m. and daughter of Gainesville Andrews spent Sunday and Mon:. Evelyn and Leonard Minnie Cole Wilkinson I speedy service, accounts for the satisfied
Charlene and
Edgewater-Reeves Electric & Hardware Co. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wain- day in Lawtey with relatives. man _

,v.Story S. Hwy.Commercial. 1 Downtown Bldg., Extra- Next lot. to Post Office. Corner 2- wright of the State Farm and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Cox and I and Jo, Claude Ann Parrish.and' Roger At North the grins on our customers' faces. Try us once;

Lt. Herbert Hildreth of Wash Miss Adel Dinkins of Jacksonville
was
Barbara McEwen
In ington. D. C. were visiting their par game you'll never regret it or forget it.KOCH'S .
We have ONLY a VERY few choice dates December. If you crowned Queen of Baldwin High
have worthwhile property that will be of Interest to prospective Miss Mary Julia Futch of, ents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Din- School and had her court with

buyers, write or call COLLECT at this office AT ONCE for Tallahassee spent the weekend kins and Freddy on Sunday af her on the football field. After

Inspection of your property and detailed explanation, without with her family. They all attended ternoon.J. wards a dance was held at the

obligation, of the HANSBROUGH Plan.ANSBROUG. Gator W. Thomas "
Growl' Friday: spent Mondayin Baldwin Gym. "Who won?

night Jacksonville on business. Miss Ginger Cannon had as her _

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lyles, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Arwood :guest Saturday night and Sunday, DRUG STORE

Terry Futch, Dave Shuford I, and Mrs. Fred Moore were shop Miss Dorothy Ann Elliston of

Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Normanwere ping in Jacksonville on Tuesday.H. .\Starke. On Sunday Glenn Jones ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLED

among those who attended B. Ingram Jr., Principal of and Carolyn Bailey of Jacksonville '

QVAM O
(.QUSVIUE ICY riwnr W854 afternoon.Rev. tended the Principal's Conference ka and Gloria Cannon and West-

E. W. Wilkinson and in St. Petersburg on :Monday berry Griffis visited with Ginger :, ,ysI -, -. .

-_Donald Brandeis were business i and Tuesday. and the young people attended the --'--' --,- --. -- - -, ---.-- ---- ,-".-







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PAGE EIGHT COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1953


. Motel Owners Term Turnpike Crazy, I I Mayor Continues Methodist ChurchTo City's 10-Month Building Total Good, ['Funeral SundayFor jBullington Given

Be DedicatedAt I
!
Bruce L. Davis
White Elephant, And Sure SuicideThe I HomecomingThe But Far Below Last Year's RecordA Native Of Starke :Camera Franchise

'Ticket' i
Drive
-
I The Bullington Studio and Gift

City of Starke and especially it.- First Methodist Church new hospital, new schools, Bruce Shop has been appointed an authorized -
stay on Livingston Davis Sr.,
the motel business will dedicated two and several a trailer park and several service '
will be at a Homecoming housing projects Bell
& Howell dealer
Feels {Hopeful (Continued from Page One) 59, a native of Starke and brotherof
suffer if the Florida Turnpike of Starke 301 celebration planned for Nov. new businesses brought the valueof stations. 'I The firm will handle a completeline
Homer H. Jones E. M. Davis this
of city, died
follows the route along the Clay- results of the drive. 27 at the church. building permits issued in the This year would have seen more of motion ,
time the picture cameras
in Motel said that by the Parking meter violations, new homes built had it not been Thursday night Nov. 10, at his I
line shown too more
Bradford County there will Bishop John Branscomb will first ten months of 1954 to [ projectors, and accessories.Owner .
is completed home in I
turnpike Arcadia. He had beenin
the last week. have almost stopped completely than three times the amount of or two housing projects which
Telegraph
church
the roads dedicate the at 2:30 pjn. Roscoe Bullington said
beso much traffic on ill health for .
a result of strict enforcement built 56 homes in 1954. some time.
of
as
This is the opinion of most I those issued January through Twenty- that
sales
will shareof Other highlights of the day will have tripled at the
a Mr.
that get Davis
everyone was born in Starke,
of the the seven homes
regulations built in
by police. were the
of motels on HIgh-
the October this
operators dinneron of year. store since
the business. But he added that t include an old fashioned April 22, 1S96 the of the he came to Starke In
Meter receipts are Saratoga Heights son
up approximately development at
301. The total of the ten month
way the services con-
"it will be whole lot better for grounds and late
a W.
Ellery and Bessie McCormick
of the El 25 per cent, City Clerk a cost of $162,000 and 'twenty- 1946.With
C. L. Scholl, owner did- ducted by two former pastors. period this year was $355,379
the state if we the new Bell
Howell
business and Davis. As a &
Rancho Motel said "The turn- Carl Johns reported. Asst. Police compared with $1,371,908 last I nine homes were constructed in young man
n't have the toll road." Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell will the he moved to Tampa and later to franchise they are completely
Chief Sweat Pinehaven division
pike will crucify us. Starke will Riley stated that he year. New homes for which at ,a cost
permits
Conner conduct the 11 o'clock service I equipped to assist
emphasizedthat
Rep. Doyle of Arcadia where he had lived for amateur movie
now collects 12-qt. bucketful $145,000. Apart these
become a ghost town. He said a of were issued through October from !
the route is not and Rev. J. R. Hill will conductthe 40 makers in
proposed projects 26 years and was in business becoming proficientin
coins to houses as
all the business will be shuttled a round now. I last year were valued at $430,100; were constructed I
definite and is still subject to worship services at !
evening public accountant. He
in 1954 1a a
down to Miami. All the motor In discussing the efforts of the this year the value of new homes and 27 in 1955. was
change. He said he feels nothing 7:30. veteran of
World
j War I and
courts will go out of business police department to enforce all came to $180,400.Construction Last year's building repairs exceeded an
definite will be decided at least elder in the saidWANTEDPECANS
Offerings for this day will go I First Presbyterian
when the new road is put into laws, Mayor Jackson stated that projects, carried this year's also. New additions -
until after the elections next and paintings for Church of Arcadia.
operation," he said "unless we one gambling raid has been con- toward repairs the high figure in 1954. The Brad-[ and repairs this year came

can get Macclenny road extendedto spring.Conner said he opposed the, ducted, several persons warned the maintenance and preservationof ford County Hospital cost $360-i I'Ito a total value of $22,454. Last Besides his brother here, survivors -i No quantity too large or too

Highland or to Starke." because jon i an apparent disorderly house the church building. The 053 school projects cost $475,000 year the figure was $26,743. are his widow, Mrs. Louise .small Cash market prices. See
in the legislature -
turnpike
Board of Stewards estimated that Powell Davis, and
Toll Road "Crazy" case, and one moonshine case is the Setzer's Supermarket was I two sons, us before selling. Dillard Keene.

Anthony Cermenaro of the To- cities along he felt the it route would and injure many I. now pending before his police the immediate needs will cost valued at $42,500 and the Phil-|B. S. Edwards Bruce L. Davis Jr., Jacksonville I 117 W. BroMulee, Starke.
about $1,500. and Powell McCormick II
Rena Motel said, "Anybody; that court. lips Petroleum Co.. $25,000. In Davis, I
people would be adverse to paying I ,
would think about a toll road in "With the The Board extended a cordial addition several smaller business Makes StatementIn 'Arcadia.
the tolL He said he would cooperation of the
Florida is crazy." He said that rather have the state improve people of Starke," the Mayor said invitation to all members and j and a new Carver Masonic Lodge Rowell Lake Issue 'I 4 Funeral o'clock services were held at I V7. C. T. U.

all of Florida. pretty. The pres-,existing highways. "the police department can do an I friends to come to the First building were constructed.This Sunday afternoon in I,

ent roads should be improved so honest, impartial job and keep Methodist Church on Homecoming year the cost of business i :Merrill Edwards of Starke issued Thomas Funeral Parlors, Arcadia. I ALCOHOL VIOLATES OUR

tourists can see all the attrac-I I Starke a good place to live in." Day.Man. I construction came to $152,525. the following statement yesterday Burial followed in the Arcadia .STEWARDSHIP OF THE MIND

tions in the state. IPlea For SupportOf ;I Among the major projects were Li regard to the disputed fencingoff cemetery. AND BODIT DETHRONES

Mrs. Malcolm Pownall of Bradford TB Seal SaleIs 9 Found Dead I the new Telegraph office, the of a county road leading downto :REASON, DETERIORATES OUR

Motor Court said the turn Winn-Lovett Grocery, The Garden Rowell Lake: Sheriff Named IDE.LSS'D BENUMBS SPIRI

pike, is bound to hurt some but Voiced Here Underwood MotelIs In Auto 'Bed' Restaurant, the.Eagle Dept. Store, "I wish to take this means of ITo Direct Safe TUAL POWERS.

that she is hoping enough sight- informing the people of Bradford, (S'ATIOXAL'OIC&
seers will be left after the turn- A plea for more generous dona- Completed County in regard to the fencing.Driving Day Program I II )

pike carries the Miami crowd tions to the Tuberculosis Christ- At Lawtey GarageA Units' To Begin of Rowell Lake. The fenced-in

down. I mas Seal drive went announcementthat out this The new Underwood Motel north ,Rolling Here Soon I'i property is not on the land of B. I The Board of County Commissioners -

Savos Kokos, owner of Temple week with the lot Starke on Highway 301 is now barber from Richmond, Va., S. Edwards, who owns the land last week appointed Sheriff i1x1kw

Motel, said it will "definitely hurtus. the Seals for 1955 were mailed -,open for business. :Mrs. Ann Un- died of a heart attack as he spent 'From New Bern from Edwards Loop Road to the P. D. Reddish Bradford County _

." He said he lost a motel Wednesday.An l derwood Bissell, owner, said thereis Friday night in a car at Louell I cattle gap, where the barricade is director for the secondannualSafeDriving

business in New Jersey because estimated 400,000 Americans still a little painting and land- Tanner's garage north of Lawtey. Starke may get its new power erected. Day, Dec. 1. r.

of the turnpjike built there, and have active Tuberculosis, it was scaping to be finished, but the Interiors Tanner found the body of AmosA. plant earlier than expected. "The road down to the cattle gap I j This action was in cooperation
reported, and 17,000 died of TB Meeder between 7 and 8 Sat- I City Clerk Carl Johns said Monday is dead end. There
expects the same thing to happen of the 10 units are complete are lots of I with a request from Gov. Collins
when this one is completed. last year. About one person |with modern comfortable furnish- urday morning. Undertaker I the cars are being prepared people who think my father did Ito I all County Commissions. I II

May Be "Suicide"G. every five minutes gets TB in ings. Charles Schmitt said he had :(to start shipment of the plant from this. He wants all to know that Safe-Driving day was inaugurated -

S. Newcomb of Starke Motor its active form.Tuberculosis I Mrs. Bissell is assisted in the.been dead about four hours. !New Bern, N. C. and the first section he would not take away the pleas-I last year to show that motor-

Court said, "fm afraid it will be I can be detected in,operation of the motel by her Sis- Tanner told Sheriff P. D. Red-1 will be rolling this week if ure that anyone might get from I jists and pedestrains can reduce 4h

suicide. I can't see how a state its early stages by x-ray, yet ter, Mrs. Kathryn Leaman. dish that Meeder had come to'nothing'I unexpected" comes up. fishing in the lake where he fishedas {I traffic accidents by their own !

that offers as much a.s Floridacan ': 150,000 unknown cases are estimated Another sister :Miss Harriett Un- |the garage the day before to geta I'I Johns said engineers at New a boy, nearly 75 years ago. ,actions. The Governor's letter

build a road that will send' to be'walking the streets.'deCwood: operates the adjacent burned out clutch fixed in his.,Bern told him work on the plantis "I, Merrill Edwards, have writ- said if they can be' reduced on $

everything down to Miami. He Last year's' research expendi-I't j restaurant. Mrs. Bissell said the English Ford. Meeder said he progressing faster than they expected ten this statement for my father one day they can be reduced every
said the tures of $500,000 were not suffi-'restaurant He said they predicted B. S. Edwards, at his request. _
turnpike won't be worth I is completed and in- [was headed for Madison. I I day. t.
anything to people north of Okee-Jcient to meet the needs. Moro vited the patronage of Starke went to Jacksonville Fri-i I the plant should be in operation in I ; /
,
chobee.A I must be given to wipe out Tuberculosis They .seven, to ten months from the time Dr. '
citizens as well as tourists. to but did not finish' Haynes Unable i;jFHA Makes Plans J_ .
more optimistic note was Christmas seals. Mrs. Leaman has been a resident work on the car. Meeder refused i I I To Get SubstituteDr. To Raise CHAS. C. SHEPHERD extendsTHANKSGI11NO
struck by Mrs. Ann Underwood ,of this section for about eight I to to a rooming house and MoneyMoney GREETINGS
Proceeds from the sale of seals go
Bissell and George Kopelousos.Mrs. .I }ears, owning a 40-acre farm on the in one Court O. L.
night
are used for patient care in hospi-I asked to spend (, Haynes, who is now in was the topic of discussion to all our friends and customersin
Bissell is owner of the new- I New Blanding Road. Mrs. Bissell Tanner's outside the j service at Wichita
of cars Falls
Session Texas
Has I .
tals, education, promotion and Busy at the meeting of the thisicinity.
ly completed Underwood Motel [said she came down from Bay City, garage. I,1 states that efforts to obtain someone -
case-finding through X-rays. (:Future Homemakers of America
and Kopelousos owns the Garden Mrs. S. G. Denmark is Chair- ''Mich after Mrs. Leaman had writ- Sheriff Reddish said Meeder I 1I I Parking on the highway, causinga to keep his office open for the last Thursday. They need money I Ill
Restaurant, now under construction ten her praising the weather and benefit of his I
billfold and barber'stools wreck cost Joe L. Morris, Negro, patients have been
in
man of the Starke Christmas had $9 his ;to pay their way to the fair in =
Both said they knew about (beauty of Florida. clothes shotgun, and $50 in Mayors' Court Monday. unsuccessful. Therefore, it will be I
Seal drive this year. a Tampa, and are trying to find __ .
the turnpike before they started The Underwood sisters are fishing tackle in his car. The }|Four $25 fines were assessed for i necessary for the office to remain]I I some of raising it. T -

building and would not have gone originally from West Virginia. sheriff said he had not been'intoxication. closed until Dr. Haynes returns to i way
ahead with construction it Starke in about Officers of the FHA visited the
18
they
months. He
drinking. I Raymond Glisson, Howard Cook,
thought the road Are Fatal wishes to chapter meeting in Lake Butler
them. new would hurt Burns Rites Thursday Funeral services were held Mon- Walter J. Rollins, Negro, and [ing unable express to his regret at be- last week and reported that they

For Wm. J. AndreAt !day in Richmond. Isaac Frier, Negro, were each provide service for have a splendid chapter there.
"
Sees {{bite Elephant"Kopelousos To BoyA I his dental patients during his absence
Negro fined for intoxicated.
said the turnpikewill Meeder i i3 survived by his wife $25 being from Starke. I I Those making the trip included j
Keystone HeightsWilliam Mrs. R. G. Moffat, Walter A. Alvarez was fined $25
daughter Pat
be a "white elephant" for and Wainwright, Liz Tatum,,
five-year-old Negro boy died 'both of Richmond. for reckless driving. John Deily
j jC I June Conner Barbara Norman
,
the state. Big trucks and people Joseph Andre, 67, died Skinny Hen ,
in Alachua General Hospital Mon- and Altamease Johnson Negro I Big EggPaul
; Gail Reddish and
I FHAsponsor
who would ,
go straight to Miami at his home in Keystone
suddenly
fined for reckless tI
day from burns suffered in Reno were each $15
anyway will use it, he said, but the Wednesday before when sparksor Heights Monday night followinga of C Banquet I driving.Dr. Buran, who raises Rhode Barbara Bunch. ,

people who want to see the state coals from an open fireplace set heart attack. Rites were held I J. E. Carry was fined $15 Island Reds dh' his place south-I New members were initiated

will use the other roads.A. his clothes afire. in St. Williams Chapel Thursday Draws Big Crowd !for speeding in a school zone and east of Starke, brought an outside during FHA week. I

F'Garner of Sleepy Hollow Willie Slocum was in the room morning, and burial was in the I Carlos V. Negorn was fined $15 for j egg to the Telegraph office this I I 1
Motel :'saids.a lot of his I I week, weighing I
guests of friends Keystone Heights Cemetery.A speeding. j I a quarter of apound
hundred
alone at the house More than a persons \ I .
tell hlm.they'would not travel a resident of since Trial of lola Little, arrested last]! "You should see the skinny TURKEY
while his mother was at work. Keystone filled the Methodist recreation j | (SHOOT, Sat, Nov.
toll road. He said he hopes the His sister; Frances, who was in 1953, :Mr. Andre was a retired. hall Tuesday night to hear an ;week for selling whiskey in a dry/Buran little hen that laid it," said Mr. 19 .1 p.m. 2 pii. j outh pf Starke j
who i
tourists will follow 301 to Starke the next room, said she heard employee of the Savannah Ga.' inspiring speech by Dr. Charles county and possession of. whiskey,'I(two moved to Starke about ,on Road 100. j- Maurice Edwards j s
and hit the turnpike'at the inter- years ago from New I
him cry that fire was on him and Refining Co. He was born in St.Milligan at the annual banquet ,was postponed until next Monday. Jersey. Jr. 1

change. then he started running.His Martinsyille, La. i of the Starke-Bradford County'She is free on $500 bond. ,
The other operators said the
burning clothes were ripped Besides his wife, Ella Saylors Chamber of Commerce. ,
interchange at New I r
proposed off and he was taken to Dr. A. J. Andre of Keystone, he is survived Dr. Milligan, assistant dean of Lawtey Negro
Blanding Highway would not help
Barry who advised them to rush I by three sons and four daughters. the College of Business Adminis-
Months
their business. They felt that peo- Given Six
him to the hospital in Gainesville. : DeWitt C. Jones was in charge tration at the University of
the and I
would
ple get on turnpike
Willie was the youngest of seven of funeral arrangements. Florida,' emphasized the importance For Assault

children of Frances Slocum. I of vision in building a community I II

Funeral services will be held(Veterans Day into a town and a town I A Saturday night fracas re'l i IT'S UNLAWFUL
six-month sentence
Monday.R. (into a city. He agreed with the sulted in a

Program Presented Biblical admonition that "Where |a Lawtey Negro in Circuit Court t

C. Crawford Dies At Football Game perish.there "is no vision the people Monday.forgery Breaking were and included enteringand m I

Of Auto InjuriesR. A brief marking the O. other cases tried before Judge i
i program I Jerry Gay outgoing president
I second annual observance of vet- I of the Chamber, presided ,(Patten. I II For Any Person Persons in
i
to
C. Crawford, 76, a native I erans Day was held between ,over the banquet as master of I Willie Turner Jr. was convicted i or Engage
I Bradford County, died Nov. 11 assault and
of aggravated
lot
halves at the BHS-Ketterlinus ceremonies and reviewed some of
l I in a Lake City hospital as a re- I football game in Memorial the accomplishments of the trade sentenced to six months in the

sult of injuries suffered in an I Stadium on Nov. 10. | body during the past year. county jail. He was accused of I Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless
auto accident in Gilchrist Countythe wounding Samuel
attacking and
Mrs.
I Jack DuMars, manager of radio Marian Howe, executive
day tefore. The mishap occurred Crockett with a knife in Lawtey
i station WDVH, narrated an impressive secretary, expressed appreciation
when a tire blew out on tribute ". to our .to the 33 businesses that cooperated on Nov. 5.
Mr. Crawford's car. He was serving Steve O'Neil was convicted of The Name Is Registered .
The cry of "Fire" brings an I American veterans, living and! with the event by donating I
minister of the Danville
as school
breaking and entering a ,
I !::dead of all wars." Intersperced door prizes. She also thankedthe
instant picture to your mind Church of Christ in Union County. :through this tribute were numbersby Garden Club for decoratingthe house and stealing goods. He

Funeral services were held Sun banquet tables, and all others was sentenced to eight years at
{the High School Band and the
your own home going up day afternoon at 3 o'clock in the 'I who contributed in ,Raiford which is to follow a ten- .
program was closed with a benediction any way to I
Midway Church of Christ near the year term he is now serving on
success of the affair.
by Rev. J. E. Sherwood. I
in flames and everything in it Lake Butler, with burial in the I Alachua County conviction.
The Color Guard from the Guy Andrews, who took over I Ian

destroyed.If church cemetery.Mr. local National Guard unit took the duties of president of the Edward Starling and John Read This Florida Law _
Crawford is survived by I Owen Griffis pleaded guilty to' a
part in the ceremonies, and several Chamber as of Tuesday night,
that happens. Fire Insur- his wife, Vannah Mae Crawford charge of stealing batteries from '.
.
pieces of modern armed I closed the banquet program with I
Lake City, and several children. the Burton Walker Construction
ance provides the only certain forces equipment was displayed an outline of some of the things,I Co. and were sentenced to serve "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined hereto, to
under the direction of Maj. it is hoped to in in business herein
Harry accomplish engage as defined under fictitious
two at Raiford. This sen- a name as herein defined -
indemnity you'll receive to Funeral Sunday Hatcher of Camp Blanding.The Bradford County in the near. years
,I 'future. : tence is to begin at the comple- without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the
He
For Jos. T. Marr program was sponsored by asked for the support
help rebuild. Be that I tion of a 90-day sentence they are clerk of the circuit court of the
you sure American Legion Post 58.. of all those present in helping to county where the principal place of business

your insurance is adequate in At Highland I, bring these goals within reach. I now Albert serving Lincoln in Baker Dixon: County.and Man- is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit

Joseph Thomas Marr, 70, died(I Rotarians Hear bv The the turkey ladies dinner was served I,,i[zy Brown were charged with non- signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of
the light of today's prices! Of the Methodist
in a Jacksonville hospital Friday I!Supt. H. P. MorganA Church. I support of children and each for- all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the in-

night following a short illness. feited $200 bonds. terest of each and the fictitious
-.4 name under which said business is carried
j discussion of university The cases of Mer-
He was born 'in Highland. non-support
Funeral services were neld at I scholarships was given at the Marriage Licenses' ritt Miley and Joe Preston were on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring

H. C. \\Vall Agency the Highland Baptist Church Sun- Rotary Club Wednesday Jay H. P.I Marriage license applications in temporarily passed on the motionof to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or
Morgan, superintendent of public the state's attorney. their intention
day -at 2 p.m. The Rev. Mr. instruction. Bradford County since Oct. 1 in- I to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four
He said
that Willis had not been
officiated. In- a large Victor E.
Starke Fla. Edward Harvey in the family number of scholarships is now elude: apprehended and his non-support )i (4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county
terment followed I Walter Hill
Phone 146 plot in Long Branch Cemeterynear I available at almost every univer-,rose, and Jackie Robinson.Zora Johnson 67, Mel-I, case was put on the absentee where said registration is to be made, and said registration sjiall not be

sity and should be investigatedby docket. accepted by the clerk of the circuit
Maxville. I Atlanta, Ga. court except upon receiving proof of
200 E. Call Street DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homeof deserving students who need Colored such publication.

Starke was in charge of ar- financial higher education.assistance in obtaininga I Acie Jenkins, 28, Gainesville, and Driver Arrested 4

rangements. j j A motion was made byLex Ruby Willie Lee Welch Carter, 19 24,, Gainesville. I:For Operating Car If
Starke and engaged in business under
!"-, ,, t (Green that the Starke club place' Everlena DeSue, 17, Starke. ,'Without Anything' you are any name

i the name of President T. H. Slade I Cornelieus Covington. 22, Starke

i in nomination for the District Gertrude Stewart 22, Starke. The drive by police officials to
land
_ 1'V1erviTAll Governorship of Rotary. The I j I Augustus Covington, 21, Starke, curb traffic violations produceda other than your own and have not had this name
motion
was seconded and unanimously and Edna Mae Risby, 21, Starke. number of arrests this week by I .

passed by the club. I I Harold Mitchell, 43, Starke, and Highway Patrolman Carlos Mus-

Flossie Mae Morris, 43 Starke. grove most of them for "no

Work Trooper Confers I I driver's license. properly advertised and registered, we will be

Guaranteed Free Estimates In an unusual case, Herbert F.
With Starke PoliceState CAP Sponsoring I _
Appleby was cited for allowingan

Fully Equipped -- DependableAll Trooper Carlos Big Turkey ShootWant unsafe vehicle to be driven on glad to give all Information
Musgrovemet
Makes and Models with Mayor Jackson and the highway; Trooper Musgrove you necessary as to
to win
a turkey for said the vehicle, a junk truck,
members of the Starke Police Dept Thanksgiving? Then go to the had no brakes, lights, muffler,

Monday to orientate the city pol- Turkey Shoot Saturday in Key- horn "or anything". what should do.
ice on traffic and accident you
CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV laws stone Heights and try your luck. Silas Jenkins was arrested for _

reports. The shoot is being sponsored by lending his driver's license to
Police Chief Thornton said the
Radio the Civil Air Patrol Squadronand another, and Henry Barry Jr. had
Seat Covers Upholstering meeting beneficial to I
was very will begin at 1 It
p.m. will be the triple charges filed against

iiii: Phone 239 Starke, Fla. the Musgrove department to meet and with has invited them I held Lumber next Co.to the Proceeds Keystone will Heights him of no driver's license, disr BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHABADFOKD

go to playing another's driver's license
II again in the near future. I the Mobile Disaster Unit. ,and driving while intoxicated. _

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STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18 1955


...,-1 -I I ,. Baptist Education Building Nears Completion vation farm plan. after they chop the trash down.J. fertilizer spreader to fertile his
winter pastures.
HIGHLIGHTS Ernest Edwards of Brooker R. Kelly used the District
KEYSTONE ; made a request for a conservationfarm grai; drill to plant oats on his
-'r farm located in the High-!
Bayless
After has
plan. a farmer YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-
By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 J made a request for a complete way section. brook'parse-size fountain pens la

..OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTH; soil and water conservation farm pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Bradford -
"' -1 Frazier Shaw used the District
r plan for his place, a soil survey County Telegraph.
The Keystone Heights Woman'sClub else! rl Soil Conservation will be made by a soil scientist .

wishes to remind everyone All interested parties are asked working on aerial photograph, I '.._ __ '___ -_ __ __ '.: __ .' .. ,' _- :- :-__ :: :'.: _:' : "-; .
of the Bazaar which will be to- to attend St. Ann's Episcopal NEWSBy mapping such information as
(Sat.) at the Club House. Ladies Bazaar in Putnam Hall k 1 i krw i
morrow Bill Haas slope, erosion, moisture condi-
at 11 tomorrow (Sat.) They may have
The Bazaar will begin
tions
texture, and depth of the .
just what you need for yourself Soil Conservation Service !
o'clock. Come in and do your soil. After all this information is II
I
Christmas Shopping early. Supper or your children. !complied each different type of'

will be from 5:30 to 7, and it will The PTA Board met in the I George Brown soil scientist !land is put in a capability class I

be well worth your $L25 for lunch room Monday afternoon at with the Soil Conservation Serv- ;which determines the treatment
adults, and 50c for small fry. As the school house. Bud Anthony, 'necessary to. make it produce at

to the menu: There will be turkey general chairman of the Carnival, ice for, prepared Lester Kite land and capability Mrs. M.maps J. I its maximum and still improveand i WINTER SPECIAL

giblet gravy dressing, sweet was on hand to give the figures ,, protect it for future use. ii
This Is a view of the new Educational Building now nearing completion Newby. These capability maps -
potatoes, peas, relish salad, rolls, on the results. The Board was
as an addition to the Keystone Baptist Church. The building Is will be used to prepare a com-
Bill $330.10
ambrosia, and coffee. Mrs. that there was
pleased a
A complete soil and water
plete soil and water conservationfarm con- 1 GAL PRESTONE
36 ft. X 125 ft. It Will be for the children and the Inter-
Siprelle will be Chief Cook, which'profit this year-which is a lot very young plan. included in a com- servation farm plan was pre-
recommendation enough for of nickles and dimes-and they mediate groups. ANTIFREEZE
is 3.25B
plete farm land pared for A. L. Crosby on his -
plan are a
anyone who knows her. want to thank everyone who work- Much of? the work is being done by the Fellowship class Young bility land use capa-land farm on the New River Road. I
ed so hard, and all the nice peo- Married Men's Class of which Bud Anthony is the teacher. This map map him with .
Duplicate and came up on tinkering
The Keystone Heights capability guide sheet, conservation -
pIe who furnished their children week they have.been pouring the window-sills, among other things. 355HEATER
Bridge Club met Monday job sheets. All these his well the other day and we
with the nickles and dimes. Mrs. Pastor of the church and of 29.95
night, Nov. 14, at the Woman's source Inspiration is Rev. Malcolm -] different features are enclosed in I discussed pasture planting, while
six tables.Voyle Manown, PTA President, Cole Davis. he tried to prime the Ardel
Club House. There were a booklet which is your conser- pump.
INSTALL
First place winners were Mrs. announced that CongressmanMary This Polaroid Photo was made by Mrs. Elmer Livingston, Telegraph remarked that Pensacola Bahia is HEATER 4.50

Dona and Mrs. Clara RidCharles Bennett will be the speak- Photographer for Keystone Highlights. the best grass to plant on this

aught Mr. and Mrs. Fremont er at a meeting at the Woman's Jones, Mrs. Oldson, Mrs. Ernest sandy land. TOTAL PRICE 37.70
Club, Nov. 30. There will be more i
Plucker Mrs. Oscar
Tones won second place, while Rich Mrs.
Mrs. Vesta Aiken,,and Mrs. Paley details on that next week. Those !Open House at the Woman's Club please remember that you are Charles T. Smith, Mrs. A. Tullis, Paul Faulkner, Lex Green, and I I-

Boyd won third. Anyone with an present at the meeting were Mrs. Library on Wed., Nov. 9. Mrs. welcome at any other time the Mrs. H. J. Boatwright, Mrs. Wil- James Rosier used the District'schopper ,

interest in duplicate bridge is Manown, Mrs. Fred Dodd, Mrs. Emory H. Cooper, Library Chair- Library is Open. Currently, those liam Dawson, Mrs. John C. Det- on their farms. Most of
Mrs. R. N. the folks are chopping old fields SPECIAL ONLY 29.95I
urged to come around on Monday Hubert Ridaught, man, was pleased to see so many times are: :Monday, 2 to 4 p. m.; weiler, and Mrs. Bill Siprelle. -
Sunderland, Mr. Anthony, Miss and they say they are able to doa
children in attendance. A record
evenings, at 8 o'clock. Wednesday, 7 to 9 p. m.; and It's Your Library-Use it!
Houser Mrs. Allan N. better job of turning the groundThat's
number of checkedout
in theGertrude books were Friday, 2 to 4 I
We noticed a poster p. m. $1.95 For 12 Volt S'stemsYOU
Post Office announcing a Bazaar Miss Emma Kate MansDean that day-28 in all-and it is All guests were served cookies _

in Melrose on Nev. 19. That, of George field .Mrs.Schaeffer.Frank Jones, and Mrs. hoped that. this interest will con- and punch by Mrs. Cooper and Our BusinessIf SAVE 7.75BUY TODAY!

course, is the date of the Worn tinue. her committee. The Club House
an's Club Bazaar in Keystone as Rev. Fred Yerkes, pastor of St. Everyone was amazed at the was decorated with fall bouquets, G It's Glass We Have ItI!

well as the Home Demonstraiton Ann's Episcopal Church, has entered growth of the Library, since first and a fire in the fireplace createda CALL WRITE or VISIT Cars and Trucks --- All Makes

Club Bazaar in Green Cove an Atlanta Hospital, where .it started to function on Jan. 29, cozy atmosphere in the library 9 .I

Springs, and the Rummage Sale he will remain for about a-week. this year. Where there was once itself. Mrs. Cooper and her com- 1 Peters Glass Co.FOR
Joe
put on by St.. Ann's Episcopal Mrs. H. S. Hiers of Charleston,lone set of shelves, there are now mittee have recently repainted the All Models

Ladies in Putnam Hall. The Melrose S. C. has been visiting her son- many, and the increase in the library, which is a great im
poster-maker and putter- Flaw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. number. of books is gratifying.There provement. ANY GLASS NEED

upper was either overly optimistic, N. W. Hardenbergh. is reading material to suit Members of her committee, and We Design Modern Store Fronts HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.

or didn't know that just aren't Library \\Open House Draws any taste. those who helped Mrs. Cooper Just Mail Us A Pattern for

enough days between now and Large Number Of Guests I If the rain kept you from attending 'with the refreshments included: Table.Tops PHONE 69 STARKE, FLA.F. .

Christmas to plan anything that In spite of disagreeable weather, on the day of Open House, Mrs. L. E. Harris, Mrs. Emmett 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2.1353 --, -'- ,
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18 1953
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T..Y..Y.YT.Y..Y..yyy..y.yyy.y.y.yy..y.y.y., sent a play on Monday, Nov. 28" our attendance we may lose them amount raised for the entire day raft forDivorce al Building, Jacksonville 2. Fla., once each week for five consec-
at The this J59.33.Rev. and file the original in the office of tive week In the Bradford County
the church. young peopleof and never get golden opportunity was
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED has been filed against you la the I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Telegraph.
the church are being trained again.PreThanksgiving. Walker and his con- above named Court and cause aid or before the 2S day of November Dated this U day of Oct. 1S5J.
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY for this production by Miss Ethel Program gregation visited with us during yon your are answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy com of said 1955; Complaint otherwise will the allegations be taken of I'' (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of)the Charles A. Darby
a. Circuit Court
V,. Singleton. It is a heart The third grade of RJ.E. elementary the evening service, while 'we plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney confessed by yon. .By Marian U Crosby Deputy Clerk
By Ozora Johnson, Editor1A11LA1AAAA111A11AAA1AA1AAAAA1A1AAA warming story about a young department taught by A. visited with them during the; Louis T. Ransom 31 i Profession- This notice snail be published I 10/28 it 11/1S

church worker who learned the Moffett, presented an interesting morning service.

true meaning of being a missionary. Thanksgiving program on Wed- Visiting ministers were Rev.
ON Leave ;From /USAAF'B. ington wife of the pastor. A
All senior and junior mis nesday morning in the school .Cannon, pastor of Greenville A.
returned. T. Morris and Maxis Rogers lovely cake with chandles was sionaries of the city are urgedto cafetorium Interesting; music,'M. E. Church, and Rev. Murphy,
for
a 10-day leave from
presented and other delicasieswere see this lesson in drama. recitations and skits were pre- member of Bethel Baptist Church.
Lackland Air Force Base in Texas
after having completed their basic served. Several cards, gifts Final Call For Jr. Red Cross sented. All the children were in Many friends were present from
a good mood for the delicious local churches. We wish to -
expressour
training. The lads are being and expressions were presented All students will be asked to
turkey dinner that was served at appreciation to all friends,
transferred to Denver, Colo. and to the honoree. Due to the short complete their enrollment before
lunch time after listening to this and remember "Allen Chapel Welcomes -
Seattle, Wash., respectively. Both notice, most of the members were Thanksgiving. Each elementaryclass MQfrCh.k
spicey You.
very program. i
report the Air Force as an in- unable to attend. with 50c or more will be '
Sports Beulah J. Lennon,
Reporter ?
teresting branch of service and On Tuesday, Nov. 15, the 8th enrolled 100, per cent. In the The ; .
and Rev.
Tigers Tigerettes have Washington, Pastor.
that they have'learned much during natal day of Willetta Betty was high school persons will receive started
regular for the
the few months they have celebrated at RJE Room 3, with memberships cards for lOc and 1956 practice Thurston PTAThurston
basketball
been a part of this branch of the Mrs. Alma Moffett, teacher, in up. Give generously to the Na- season. On Mon- Elementary PTA will
armed forces. Morris spoke in charge. Ice-cream and cake were tional American Red Cross. E. L. day and Wednesday nights Coach meet Monday, Nov. 21, at 7:30p. Fiddlesticks m .k
Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church and served, games were played and Matthews Is chapter chairman and Butler drills the girls, while Coach m. All patrons, members and .
Shell
stated that he goes to chapel music and favors completed the Mrs. Marguerite Hall, executive II and takes to the court on Tues- officers are asked to be presentand I
day with
Thursday nights the
secretary. All principals are ask- on time.Principal .
regularly and prays constantly. hour of fun for the afternoon I
He is the only son of Theodore birthday fete of the daughter of ed to have the enrollment collectedand boys.into their The crystal coaches ball are with peering Price is asking all

and Bernice Morris of Starke. Supervisor Johnson. Because of a turned in to Supervisor John- an patrons to come prepared to discuss -
optimistic eye for the season. A
Maxie the youngest son of Wil- very important meeting in Tus- son, chapter representative, by our Chit-Chat Hobby Sewing
championship team is inevf
helmenla Brooks, also of Starke. kegee, relative to polio, her mother Friday, Nov. 18. She will report least. at Club.
We wish for them luck
Both are May graduates of RJE was unable to attend, but the the totals by schools to Mrs. Hall this The schedule be- The students and their princi- u&.r
at season. is _
the
Bradford
High School. party was beautifully conductedby Unit. County Health ing arranged by the director of [pal did a fine job of school and I _

Birthday CelebrationsOn the school mother Professor Athletics, E. H. Shell, and will be yard cleaning on Nov. 10. On
Moffett. She is the former prin- Returns Home Friday, Nov. 11, there '.
,released to the Telegraph before was an
the
last week
of
Thursday Brooker Maude E. who left .
cipal of School Magee the Christmas American Education Week dis- "
Holidays. Plan now
choir and members of Allen Missionary play Starke on Sept. 26 for New' Yor kto i follow the Tigers and Tiger- cussion. After the program, refreshments
Chapel gave a surprise birthday The Missionary Society of Mt. will return on Saturday to visitwith 'ettes to victory. of hot chocolate and

celebration for Mrs. R. J. Wash- Moriah Methodist Church will pre- her mother, Laura Whitmore, American Education Observance I I cake were served by the principal.
and other
relatives and friends
I On Friday, Nov. 11, at 1
but briefly. She will be enroute'' p.m.I II I

to West Palm Beach for the sea I a masterful pageant was pre I OXE-FOR-ALL Ball Point Pen
BUSINESS DIRECTORYFor :sented by the class taught by .
son with Mrs. E. O. McDonnell Refills. Fits any pea. 49c Bradford -
and family. Maude likes New Zeporah Jennings at Lawtey: County Telegraph. ,. .
Reliable* Dependable Service and Merchandise Shop York all right, but she wrote .Training School, emphasizing .

Starke Business Firms back and said she prefers the American Education. The pri NOTICE TO APPEAR
pupils In Clrenlt Court Bradford C ,
mary presented a play,, a ty
I South. She will be leaving Starke Florida la Ck..* ry.
again on Nov. 22 for the Florida "We Make The Flag", directed by Prank Leroy Mitchell. Plaintiff, vs. b k
Miss A. B. Anderson. Appropriatesongs Mary Ella Mitchell, Defendant.
East Coast. I Case
; No. 10-1268
HIGH TESTED were sung, with a verse ,Not If e To Appear
WELDING I Adult EducationOn speaking choir supporting the 'I To: Mary Ella Mitchell whose a
THICK WALL residence and address is: (6 School
Nov.
Tuesday, 15, the Gen cast. Remarks were made by Road, Piltmore North Carolina.
CAST IRON BRASS eral Education Class was taught!:Principal C. C. Anderson who en I, You are hereby notified that a
CONCRETEBLOCKS CAST STEEL by Joseph Greene. This class is i couraged pupils to value their suit for divorce

taught regularly by SupervisorJohnson. cultural heritage: American Edu has bove been named filed Court against and you cause In and the

CUMBER'S I There is a small group cation. Supervisor Johnson was you are required to serve a copy of .I've switched to switches I
WELDING SHOP that is being coached especially called upon to make remarks and plaint your answer on the or pleading Plaintiffs: to Attorney the com-

And .Phone %!8-J ,far taking the General EducationalDevelopment apologized for not hearing the Smith & Axtell 216 American National

Cor. 10th & Thompson test that will enable];play, "We Make The Flag," and L 7,Bank Florida Building Jacksonville ,
READYMIXEDCONCRETE them to earn a high school diploma asked that they repeat it on Feb. and file the original In the office of Yes, all electric living is truly
The the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or "matchless"living..the really modern way for
newest member of 22,
George Washington's Birthday before the ,
cooking,water beating, laundry, housework.
this group is Rev. Franklin who the person who really inspired 28 day of November, 1955; .

Phone 94 MARGE'SKRYSTAL was chaplain at Raiford for nine Betsy Ross to make the otherwise Complaint the will allegations be taken as of confessed said- ._...."" .f ) COOL..doesn'l beat ep the house!
years. He is now religious ad Flag. Patron Kittles was presented by you. .

BRADFORDENGINEERING KONE visor at Forest Hill TrainingI as a visitor' that is now once This each notice week shall for four be consecutive published tJ* 1 White-glove CLEAN.. ..no too! or musi.
School for girls in Ocala. Rev. attending Edward Waters Collegein weeks In the E'radford County Tele .

CO. At Herb's Drive In I Franklin and Brother Henry I: Jacksonville. Veterans Day graph.Dated this 26 day of Oct.. 1955. bJ SAFE electric tg111..and just a. ecoaOD tal. ;/
Bryant present a challenge to was the "Natal Day" Of Teacher (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Carb;
Clerk of the Circuit Court And remember it's cheaper to all-electric
the teachers each and M. go
Tuesday W.
Turner of second and third
Package Milk Shakes By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk in your kitchen than to use i combination of fuels (''
I And Thursday night. All adults in grades. She celebrated at the 10/2S 4t 11/18 ,
OPEN SUNDAY terested in completing high schoolare "Gator Growl." SEE YOUR DEALER TODAY!
KING KONES asked to attend these ses Church News NOTICE TO APPEAR
.l I sions starting at 7:30 and IB Circuit Court, Bradford COD.t,.
endingat New Bethel .
12:30 8:00 P.M. Baptist Church. Florida la Ckaarery.
7:30 10:30 A.M. I o DELICIOUS 10 p.m. Invest in ;your future ;Rev. A. Vinson pastor held Donald E. Rowland Plaintiff vs.
REFRESHING by going back to school. Classes I'i I regular services all day Sunday Faye Cundiff Rowland Case, No.Defendant.10-1270 I} FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY

__. in sewing are being taught each I starting with Sunday School at Notice To Appear
Tuesday and Thursday by BettyeiJean 19:30: a.m. Deacon Hankerson in To: Faye Cundiff Rowland whoseresidence
Is Agency, Iowa, and
FULL LINE OF. ... Thomas. Typing is being;I charge. During the morning worship whose address 1s: Box 112, Agency',
GROCERIESWEST taught Tuesday, Wednesday and hour the sermon was delivered J. wa.
You are hereby notified that a I
Thursday by Bettie L. Home At:[ by the pastor. Several visitors
END DRY CLEANINGGROCERY Lawtey General Education is being were in attendance. Remarks

taught by Miss A. B. Anderson were made by Bettie L. Home,
assisted at intervals in music teacher of typing at RJE and

by Zeporah Jennings, and HobbyCrafts member of Mt. Zion Baptist Come in and try theGreatest
WE CALL FOR '
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AND DELIVER centers are urging adults to continue Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church, Rev.

Bicycles to come out and keep this E. L. Walker pastor, held their
Phone 135
AND REPAIRINGSA program alive in Bradford County. 'first quarterly conference on Sunday Go on wheels !

VS FILED NEW METHOD The Board of Public Instruction Nov. 13, at 12 noon with

LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED endorsed by Supt. Morganhas I Elder A.: W. Bowles in charge.
CLEANERS
gone all out to get these Music was furnished by Mary

,, Simpson Bike Shop Bob Green 315 Temple Ave. units in Adult Education from Helen White. The congregationof
S. Walnut St.'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. the State Department in Talla l Allen Chapel accompanied the

hassee. If we do not keep up: I!pastor, Rev. R. J. Washington for ''; '

.. I these services. The presiding f: '' ','- "
,Elder complimented the two .
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churches on the very fine spirit : a
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exhibited in the cooperative wor-
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ship. He is hoping that this typeof & 5uur
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throughout the conference year. r
Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. 6 ,

Church, Rev. R. J. Washington, /

pastor, held Sunday School at 10
a.m. with Supt. Homer Williamsin

charge. Guest teacher for the

I adult class was professor E. R.

Shell. He was presented to the ....
'school by the regular teacher, Mrs.E. .
Givens. During the discussion

tf INr lot the lesson much was said about
the Golden Rule and the first YA
,air topic, "Love Thy Enemies. Re- 8q 1.

view was given by the pastor with

special attention to the Catechism

class and the junior-primary chil-

dren taught by Supt. Homer Williams / r

GAI NES1iLLEe' / who emphasized "A Pattern '
Thrill to the smartness '{
xpry For Living. The pastor announced -
regular quarterly conferencefor of ttern-lor-lomorrow style

7 p.m. The pastor and mem-- Ift coming tome day on other can-ihl$
bers of Mt. Pisgah worshipedthere exciting blend of rakish lines and gracious
ON in the evening. Presiding luxury.Bfashioned ut Pontiac hat it now in unartly
Elder Bowles mode13-incladin& 6 Calalinit
was impressed with hardtops styled with a clean distinction
the beginning of the He
year. you've never seen before. mM
challenged all the members to stayon

FRIDAY the battle field and feel the
need Of Jesus every hour.
I First Born Church of South

Starke, Elder W. L. Johnson 1!) 1-- ; I
pastor, held regular services all
Nov. 25th day Sunday, starting with Church Yours to command

School at 10 a.m. Sermon was f'ontiaff

delivered by the pastor for the 56
morning and evening services. in the fabulous

The South Florida Diocese of the

First Born Church will convene _
SEE HIM IN THE in Fort Pierce, Dec. 611. Pastor
\ Johnson is asking all membersand : .It's the talk of the test drivers-this long, therearlavheelssflkysmooth.When_ it's time

well wishers to plan now to low, crisply sculptured beauty! Performance to make your move you just point your toe

Giant STREET PARADEFREE attend this meeting. On fourth is their first love-and this fabulous '56 and go!Passing is a breeze as that great rush

Sunday, Nov. 27, the Carr Gospel Pontiac has it-the greatest "go" on wheels. of power whisks you ahead to safety in the

Singers will render a program at Split-second getaway, blazing drive, razorflick of an eyelash. And the highest hills

the church. You can't afford to sharp steering and big-brake stopping-this simply seem to melt away in front of you.

FREE miss these great gospel singers one has them all. Ten minutes at the wheel of this great,new s

10 A'M- FRI Music make it lovers a "must"of Starke to hear should these ., ; It surprises you at first. It's so well Pontiac and you'll know the secret behind all

CANDY! CANDY! soul-stirring singers. Sister Ruby ", ::,. l behaved, so gentle and responsive. You pull the excited whispering among test drivers in

M. Albert is pianist and sponsor; :_-: away from the curb, drive, stop, turn and the last month or sow You'll know something

Elder W. L. Johnson, pastor, .[ 'park with a sure and easy touch. else, too this is it, the one for you.

Sister Wilhelmena Strong, re But it's loaded!Loaded with vibrant action Stop by our showroom to see and drive

FREE MOVIES I for the kiddies! porter. you've never sampled before! There's 227 this fabulous '56 Pontiac today or tomorrow.

Allen Chapel A. M. E. blazing horsepower packed into this great And be prepared for a thrill. This car will

Elder A. W. Dubose Of the High Strato-Streak V-S. And it pours through to deliver it ; : ; last!/ --:- "-.-. _
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quarterly conference at Allen '."


-. Sponsored By ''-- Chapel an inspiring A.M.E. Church sermon.and preached SIMPSON. URDU HART PONTIAC


Merchants Division-Gainesville Chamber of Commerce ., was The well pastor pleased, Rev.with Washington the ,

members 528 SO. WALNUT ST. PHONE 132 STARKE, FLA.
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Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richardof YEAR !
Arcadia left last weekend for I .
home'after a two-week visit with
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Mrs. Richard's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald Adkins, in Hamp-
ton. Mrs. Richard and Mrs. Ad-
kins spent two days in Jackson- t
ville last week. _i
Mr and Mrs. Hershel Parkerof
Flint, Mich arrived in Hamp-
ton last week to spend the win- .
ter. With Mr. and Mrs. Parker 1&1 ,
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were Mr. and Mrs. James Baker, _
newlyweds of Nov. 5, who are
spending their honeymoon in Flo-
rida. Mrs Baker is the former
Doris Parker.Mr. omecoming
and Mrs. Robert Girtz jI
and Mr. Girtz's mother, of Lake
City, visited the Lester Slade
and Leaton Wynn families on
Hampton Lake last weekend. The
Girtzes formerly lived near Hamp- I \ ,
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ton.Henry t
Ellis and Charles John-
; son of Tampa visited in Hampton
Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Ma-
mie Meade. .Wednesday Nov. 23rd
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gay of
Eustis were overnight guests Friday ,
with the J. W. Homes and I
Mrs Betty May. _
Miss Louise Adkins and her I
fiance, Joel Smith, of JacKson- 8:00 .
PM. BRADFORD PARK
ville, visited with her parents, r :
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins, in .
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Hampton Friday evening, enronte u_ -_.'-_ .__ --J _
home after attending the Gator -
Growl in Gainesville.Mr. .
and Mrs. C. L. Cooper and :
family moved last weekend from
the old bank building in Hamp- '- ;
ton to their new home near Tornadoes Fernandina Beach
etarke. ADMISSION vs. F
Mr. and Mrs. Bill West and

Bon of Jacksonville visited Sun- I Adults $1.00 High School Students 50c
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day afternoon at -the home of .
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home, en- i
Elementary School Students 25c
route home from a trip to Dun-
nellon.

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evening '
will meet Friday I
at 8 m. at the home of
18 p. I
Mrs. Frank Williams. Mrs. C. L i Home Games i Out-Of-Town Games ,

Cooper, president, reminded mem-
bers of the drive for subscriP- v I I I
WMU V September 16 .. 0 Starke
20
Macclenny
tions for Royal Service --
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magazine. September 23 .. Monticello 0 Starke 7 ,. .

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Leslie Hall M I I October 7.. P.K.Yonge7Starkel9Open -

of Jacksonville visited last week I October 1 Palatka 13 .. Starke 6 I I I .
with the E. D. Allen family near I 1 October 14 -.
enroute on a honey- f
Hampton
moon trip to Texas. Mr. Hall is November 4 r Seabreeze 0 Starke 14 I I October 21 Lake City 32 Starke 12 I J4JJ
Mr. Allen's nephew. Mrs. Hall is 'I _
the former Josephine Wolf of October 28 Perry 0 Starke 20 I II
Jacksonville, before their mar- November 10 Ketterlinus 8 -- Starke 7 I

riage Mrs.last J. E.week.Adkins is improving I .- Green Cove Green Cove

slowly after her recent illness. L November 23 Fernandlna In Starke.J w :- : :brl,8.: J
Dundeefor I ::
She has been going to : I
if L
treatments by a doctor there. ,_ ._ ._ ._ ._ .
Cliff Slade returned to Max-
ville for an overnight visit with .
the Joe Lucas family Friday eve- 4
ning, after their visit in Hamp-
ton with the Avory Slades, and Best Wishes to the Team Mow 'Em Down, Tornadoes Support the Tornadoes with your presence: '
attended the Agricultural Fair in
Jacksonville Saturday. Seymours '66' Service Station Conner Insurance Agency Herb's Drive Inn
Jimmy Douberly of the Uni-
versity Of Florida, Miss Jane Dou- tie .
berly, Bonnie Strickland and .

Leonard Hodges of Dundee visitedin Go Get 'Em, TornadoesSUWANNEE A Good Team Like the Tornadoes -
Hampton for the weekend with Bring Home the Bacon, Boys! .
the M. L. Wattersons, and attended STORE Deserves Your Support
Homecoming festivities at the '. KOCH DRUG STORE -
University. CECIL DOUGLAS, Manager Western Auto Associate Store
Mrs. Eustis Kelly and daughter,
Helen, of New River visited Tues-
day in Hampton with the Gerald Compliments Of
Adkins family. Support the Tornadoes with your presence: Let's Support the Tornadoes. .
'
Mrs. J. T. Carter and Mrs Starke Hardware Co.
Clyde Wheeler of Jacksonvillewere I 1. R B. Alvarez Reddish & Son Dairy .
Sunday visitors at the homeof :; SPORTING GOODS
their parents in Hampton, Mr. TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.
and Mrs. Billy Varnes. I .., .-
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Mr. and Mrs. G.T. Wadsworthof l
the Tornadoes with Best Wishes to the Team '
Hampton were Sunday dinner Support your presence: j ,
Game!
Everybody Out For Tonight's
guests of Mrs. Lotta Wadsworthin : Hardy Brothers Motor Co. Andrews Motor Co. y
Hampton.
Warren's Shell StationBest
George W. Fisher Jr. of Au- .
gusta, S. C. and Tampa was a
Monday guest at the :M. L Wat- Best Wishes Of Support the Tornadoes with your presenceC.
terson home.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Isreal of H. Driggers Furniture Co. Wishes Of Thomas Truck Terminal
Archer spent the weekend with
:Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hall. Doyle The Cleaner D. M. (Mallette) Hale
I
Compliments Of Your Clothes Best Friend

FILL DIRTGOOD Starke Builders Supply ,- Best Wishes From I

RICH I
t Best Wishes to the Team Denmark Furniture Co.

TOP SOILSee t. Charley E. Johns & Son Agency ...
1.e re Proud To Be Tornado Boosters! -

General Insurance'
LAWSON MARKET GEM JEWELRY

BILL JACKSONJackson The House Of Fine DiamondsStarke's t-.
Transfer Company
.
Compliments Of _
165 Leading Jewelry >- -
Phone Come on out and boost our team .
New Method Cleaners .
GUIDON GRILL '
: -
Best Wishes Team : .

FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S Eat At The Best, Forget The Rest -
Best Wishes To The Team Brownlee & Chasteen

JUST ONE Faulkners Service Station -
Let's Fill the Stands for Tonight's Game
FRIGIDAIREMade Compliments Of
only by General S. R. Johns' Grocery
other Best Wishes Team Hart Furniture Co.
Motors Corp. $1 4

Electric Refrigerators are The Farmers Supply -. '
made by other companies W :,: L.
.....,
the word Best Wishes
and cannot Frigidaire.use From Best Wishes Of 4 I'

Barksdale's Dept. Store Onward Tornadoes! Con ways Service Station I

Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE G. S. "Gib" Browns Service Station UNION BUS STATION

? ?
Be present tonight to cheer our boys to
THEN SEE .
VictorySimpsonUrquhari : Best Wishes From Best Wishes Team

E. H. SMITHTenth
Pontiac Brown Derby Cafe Farm, Home & Auto Supply

and Temple Ave.

Starke, Fla.
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PAGE TWELVE
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
STAR FLORIDA i
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18, 1935
f TTYTTYYYTTTTYYYVYYTYTYWHIGHLAND Joe Marr, here last Sunday. We pared for us and invited us in to bird. Take off the freezer .
extend our sympathy all the eat with her. Needless wrappings -r WANTED: Clean Cotton Rags or before the has been
to filed
against in
tb
to say we and cover the you Complaint will be taken &I confesird -
I 28
turkey No day of ,
loosely November 1555 I above
family we have known so long. Pants or Shirts. Bradford ; named Court and cause and by you.
did.Sidney with waxed paper. Then allow two County otherwise the allegations of said you are required to lent a copy of This notice than be publishedonc
Dick Starling of Heilbronn visit- Harris and two daugh- three days in the I II I Telegraph.NOTICE Complaint will be taken as eon- ; your answer or pleading; to the each week for four connecutiv
Ito refrigerator fessed by you. |mpUlnt
By Bin. Lacy NormanILAAAAALAAAAAALkAALLAALA ed the Lacey Normans last Sun- ters, Bonnie and Edith, and Shir-Ito thaw a large turkey or one day ,. This notice ifcall be publishedonce E. K. Perryman on the Plaintiffs Starke.Attorney Floridaand TELEGRAPH.weeKs In lb. BRADFORD COUNTY
day afternoon. ley Smith called on the Strick-I for small TO APPEAR each week for four consecutive file the original in the office Dated this 2: day of Oct., 1155.
a
one. I. Ciratlt weeks In the Bradford County Tele- of 1M Clerk of the Circuit Court on (OFFICIAL, SEAL
Cecil Hardee visited the Van lands Court Bradford Cemmtr, ) Charles A. Darby
afternoon.
Sunday This is
To speed the thawing, the tur- Florida !. CII.aHry. graph. or before the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Mr. and }{rs. Lacey Norman Sants in Callahan last Saturday.Mr. the first time we have seen Shir-I key may be thawed Egidlo Tucci, Plaintiff, vs. Sara TuccU Dated this 25 day of Oct., 1955OFFICIAL :s day of November, 1JS3; I By Marian L, Crosby, Deputy Clerk
in otherwise
partially ( SEAL the I t I
) Charles A. Darby allegations of saU
Defendant. 1O/!! 4t 11/1S
and Mrs. G. L. of Case No. 10-1275
Sapp ley since her tonsil All
and son Larry visited the Richard operation. the refrigerator and then placed fttlce T*AppearTo Clerk of the Circuit Court !
Heilbronn were guests the while By Marian.I* Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Sapps Saturday afternoon and supper enjoyed kumquats they under cold running water until : Sara Tnccl whose residence
10/:$ 4t 11/18
enjoyed a birthday gettogetherfor Tuesday. night of the Lacey Normans were here. completely thawed. To thaw en- and Prcia.address Brenos is Aires: 44-1043, Argentine.Eva Feron,
their litUe grandson, Dickey; There will be song services and tirely under running water, a You are hereby notified that a NOTICE TO APPEAR
Sapp, who was nine years old. Church Services: Sunday School preaching at the Clay Hill Church large turkey takes several hours. "suit for dIvorce la Florida Circuit 1 Court.. Cbaartry.Bradford C...tT.
After refreshments were served, 9:45 a. m. Worship 11 a. m. and Saturday night. Song service be- Never thaw at room temperatureor above baa been named filed against you In the i Morris E. Norman, Plaintiff, vs. : <":- ;,: -
and Happy Birthday was sung, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each gins at 7 o'clock. Rev. Allen, in warm water and never let you are required Court to serve and cause a copy and of Shirley Mae Norman Case, Defendant.No. 10-1165:! : :. 'M'.R, ; ..M'---:I : 1j aI T GEO:
Dickey opened his presents with I Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Teachers pastor of the Middleburg Bap- the bird stand in waterwarmor your complaint answer on the or Plaintiff's pleading to the. Xotlre Te Apprari I ;' :.,1;, .. ,. -, ;.a. '.. .. <__ :
each 7:30 To: Shirley Mae Norman whose '- '
meeting -
Saturday m. I -.q------
many thankyous.Our p. tist Church, will deliver the mes- cold. Don't refreeze a thawed Attorney Starke T. Frank Landrum .residence and address is: Longeron
Rivival has turned out sage. Everyone is invited. turkey. Florida (Drive No. 9, Baltimore, Maryland. I
VVVVVYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYLONG and file the original in the office i You are hereby notified that a .
well, with good singing and Bro. Bill Nigarich acted as As soon as the turkey is thawed, of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on i',' suit for divorce .

preaching. It will run a few days BRANCH general director and also as leader !' emove the giblets and wash them. .:-------,-,-_._,-,---.-I.-_____,_____,_.... ..- '-"":.....,- .-, "'.,-.-.'_ _
longer, and everyone has receiveda Giblets 4 37"f' -
for the junior and intermediate usually are packaged and
blessing from the preaching of boys and girls at the Training frozen in the body or neck cavityof I 1ATV j t :. ,, -.nj'o.u'. -' . ,n', -- w'-... "-a. C, 'l lla':S. .
Rev. Merle Packham. hy Mrs. J. L. Strickland Union last Sunday night. We had the bird. After removing gib- I '. ." _. _"_ >T __' __ .. Mrs. Charles Mosely of Jack- 11 in the Adult Union and divided lets, wash the bird thoroughly in- I !
sonville and Miss Beedie Mae fr AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMinnie into two groups, choosing Rev. side and out with clear cold water.If S
t.. Harvey spent Sunday here with Lee Gurr and sons of Lane and Bro Hardy Padgett as turkey and giblets are not to
the L. M. Normans. ,Jacksonville spent the day with Group Captains. We have great be cooked at once, cover loosely I I I .
Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Marr and I(Dad and Mom Strickland last plans for the T. U. and the Sun- and keep in the refrigerator, but I lave money on your new car financing by getting
children of Mims attended funeral I Sunday. When we got home from day School in the future and urge be sure to cook within 24 hours I
services for Mr. Marr's brother,I!I church, Minnie had dinner pre- you to come help us carry them after Here thawing. I USED USED I II i ; your loan, at !low. interest and easy terms. I
'out. are some other importantrules

< :day Don't and cook finish turkey the partiallyone next- I 17 INCH 17 INCHCONSOLE I II I I at this bank. .


RURAL COMMONSense if even you if have iVa a to big rise turkey early and to get even it I TABLE MODEL I II I Before you buy your car, come in and let

in the
HUNDREDSof oven. Don't stuff turkey us tell all about our financing plan
until you
you are ready to cook it.
Make the stuffing the day be- I 4.95 99.95I
details are managed and economically : fore and keep it in the refrigerator .
attended that only a trained and RESEARCH IS IMPROVING if you wish, but put the stuffing I
careful organization can attend when LIVESTOCK'' PRODUCTION in the .bird JUST before I SET GUARANTEE
is BUT SOUTH STILL LAGS I|roasting.
the urgent need for serving at
I
hand. WANTED-PECANS + FLORIDA BANK at STARKE

Florida and other Southern Vo quantity Cash too large or toosmalL I CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
DeWITT C. JONESPhone made tremendous I market prices. See Member
Florida
states have us before selling. Dillard Keene,, National Groups
7 Starke, Fla. strides in livestock 'production 117 W. Brownlee Starke. I Phone 239 Starke Fla.
,.s during the past few years, par
But can't.rest :. -----------u_,_____._
Funeral Director Ambulance Service ticularly in cattle. we
on our laurels, for we still
Our local funeral home enablea u to offer convenience aol have a long way to go. There is
ervieea not otherwise available.We much more improtement that
must be made before our animal
,. ,
J 6 r
industries in the south are as
furnish the highest type service at lowe t pncea, ono efficient, productive and profit- Almost appreciates the best. :
accept ANT life Insurance policy In force, loaned by ANT able as they should be. 1 everyone .
company, aa payment la part or in full on a fuaenl. Livestock produces less per animal -
Consultation curies no obligation. in the South than in other \ : .
--.." ,. .. parts of the country. Milk pro-
duction per cow is about 3,700 0 r
-

pounds average here is 5,500, while pounds.the Egg national pro- Now oke 2 C


,( There's f duction cent 184. The Of the per South nation's hen has is hogs over 161 but 20 against pro-per- u in onvenient izes'Standard.


duces only 16 percent of its pork;
30 percent of it's cattle but pro-
duces only 26 percent of its beef.
money No one knows why livestock
production is low here. Dr. ByronT.

Shaw of the U. S. Departmentof Size. New
'iN. Agriculture, speaking recentlyin King-Size.
Mississippi, said "we know it's .
related to climatic stress, and
we're jut beginning to learn some-
thing about the effect of high
hogs
temperatures on livestock pro- i

duction." The world's most famous bottle For a king-size thirst
He adds that many experimentshave ,
given conclusive evidence
,Y Pl that mild infestations of para
far
by
!
sites will cause a definite slow ee i it's mighty nice
and fatteningrate ,
down in the growth

f;I0 For instance of cattle, ,a swine calf of and the sheep.type For the pause that refreshes, .' tit Just right too

y In that will weigh 360 pounds in ,
Montana at weaning time may
tip the scales at only 260 poundsin wherever ,
ffi a Southern state and at the you are. k for "two with ice"

'theSouth same time it may show no symp
toms of disease.
Research is reducing calf loosses -
a in the South by providing bet t.
y I r e ter practices to control parasitesand i"
r diseases. But there must be
further reductions, coupled with
better feeding practices, if our -( riU3k.5s
cattle are to fee: as productive and
Of course there's money in"hogs-so long as you profitable as they might.
can make 100 of Florida Experiment Statiotests
pounds pork on just S bushels of
have given one good clue e. a ::: V.
grain and 45 pounds of Purina Hog Chow! And about feeding. Cows kept on

you can do just that, on the Purina Program.Even grass pastures that also contained ; *

if you bought the corn, at today's prices clover or that were fed supplemental b 1 4
I
protein produced a higher -
total feed
your cost per 100 pounds gain wouldrun percent calf crop than thosegrazed ; 3
only about $10.00. Now check today's hog on even good grass alone

market. The difference between this and the priceof Even though the grass is lush,
hogs is your feeding profit. That's why it's safe it is not a complete meal for the IflILLS1vvi'

for us,to say "There's money in hogs in the South." cows.
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We'd like to tell you more about Purina's early. I

to-market feeding and management program. It's HINTS TOHOUSEWIVES : : ,,; pj
based on results from thousands of hog raisers all

over the South.Just stop by. soon!

THAWING TIME FOR TURKEY
,.)Ana f Mn u,
p.MIXED If your holiday turkey is coming -
; MICR out of your freezer Or if youbuy
) a ready-frozen bird, you needto
BROWNLEE & lqq plan ahead for thawing. Otherwise ::
your bird may not be ready q
when it's time to put it in the
PURINA
oven, or it may be thawed too farin
CHASTEEN I HOC advance, specialists of the U. S.
Department of Agriculture say. .F
CHOWS They offer the following tips

Starke, Florida for your convenience, and as precautions In new King-Size or Standard, it's the real thing, I
against spoilage and possible I 6

e food poisoning: Coca.Cola-with the same trusted quality...the
.
r . raad rr There's no safer place than a same r r
. ar r .
rra .
cold refrigerator to. thaw your bright, bracing taste that's.ne'er. been matched. So

a keep a supply of Coke on hand in both convenient

VISIT CALL *, WRITE i Sizes. Get cartons of each today and be ready with y ( / f

(pre 1 /
lively, sparkling refreshment for every occasion

MARION FINANCE COMPANY. ,, 1NC- 1p KIp6 6 /


P. O. Box 446 GAINESVILLE Fifty million times a day... at home, at work / I-'

or on the way "Tliere's nothing like a Coke!" "f

21S WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE ..... Novt Ivy car Pn ofhth &> $ and Standard Six,
PHONE FR-6-5333 COLLECT -.t.r, -


,- NEW SIZE AVAILABLE ONLY AT DEALERS IN THE STAEKE AREA '; -. .
$ BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY. t.J

25.LOANS $300.00 THE STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY

I "Cole" is a rejtosred: : trads-mo-i.
ms, frig COCA-C& &WMNY

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