Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 25, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Bradford County's New No Fence Law Marks End Of 'Open Range'

r Commissioners Plea For 301 \Work; Sheriff Says Enforcement Efforts

Will Begin In Earnest SoonThe

Have No Funds For Right-of-Way DQ.1 'T FENCE

ancient practice of "open range' is dead in Bradford

The Bradford. County Commissioners some place," he said. f County legally, that is. ME IN

fi Y last Thursday presented County Clerk Charles Darby! A new special act. making it illegal for livestock to roam

the State Road Dept with a said the county does not have at large anywhere in the county, went into effect November

resolution requesting that four- the money and can get it pnly 1. _Prior to_that, by state law, it was illegal only for livestockto

laning of Highway 301 and five by raising taxes. \ \1I be on public highways.
I !fence rather than his neighbor.
The county ran out of -
be con-
COLOR IIAS COME to photography, movies, and television. Now is secondary road projects funds during an extensive Sheriff P. D. Reddish, whose Some ConfusionThe r
sidered for the 1956 budget. road
has even reached Uncle Sam's traditionally olive drab mail boxes. In But Bradford County has no I road building -program! duty it is to enforce the new law term "No Fence Law" has
said Tuesday: "We are having lots
compliance with a suggestion (Le, "directive": ) from Washington, money for the projects. during the admlnistr'e.tionj of frequently caused confusion among
of complaints about stock still
Postmaster a J. McGrlff Jr. and his helpers this week broke out the H. A. Bishop Jr., E. 1. Crawford Acting Governor Charley} E. the general public. Reduced to
at I to
converted Starke's,six "curb I that time million running large. am going its simplest terms the law means:
red white and blue paint and quickly and M. O. Harrell met with Johns. At a
fcerYlce" mall boxes from ugly ducklings Into many splendored things member of the State Road Boardat dollar bond issue was flo ted. Lawtey now to see about some fence for the stock owner, and So far there have been no protests and no picketing from thou

of red, white, and blue. Pictured above are HcGrlff (left), Assistant 'I. Lake City to discuss the bud- Secondary road funds for a number 'hogs reported Right in another now man's'pecan 'NO fence for the man who wishesto affected most by the new law the cows and hogs.

'Peafrnafcter Blake Jackson, with brush, and ha.nd'DW13ert Newmansas get for January to June of 1956. of years were obligated. to worth grove.40 cents a pound pecansare and keep his property free of another's -, age of a limited law making it'and hogs.At .

they put finishing touches on box in front of post office and fastenIt Bishop said if the state would pay it off.Darby hogs about 10 cents. livestock.shifted The burden of illegal for, stock to roam the I the same time, free-roaming
fencing marking one
to the curb.Santa cooperate with the county by said Bradford County] Old TraditionThe highways of the state. The wise livestock was and
I becoming
of the significant social changesof more
surveying and telling the commis- will not be able to build any J ancient practice of "open the century. dom of this law was immediately more unpopular with property

Will Arrive Here By TrainFor the sioners road how, some wide progress they can might make be secondary roads for about 20, range" began back in pioneer There was a time when No 'obvious and it formed the entering ,owners. No longer were there
wedge for all-inclusive no '
when land and any large of
made on buying rights-of-way for, years. ( days was cheap I Fence Laws were fighting wordsin 'I fence laws such expanses undeveloped
as the one -
undeveloped and stock owners passed I land in which no one had
apparent -
Route 301. I Bishopwas more optimistic the State Legislature. Every
four-laning I
Parade On December 10Santa I "We would find the money'i He said it would be ten yearp. were given the privilege of allow effort to obtain such legislationon the affecting Bradford. County in interest. Almost every
Big last legislature.Resistance
I ing their cows, hogs, goats, and a statewide or local level met r square mile of dirt was being

sheep to run at large about the with immediate and Weakened used for some purpose and no one
I Change In Fair Charter-Planned strong re-
Claus will arrive iniS' i countryside. The burden was on sistence from owners of livestock.For Another factor in making it wanted another man's cattle and
far have' the who wishedto possible to obtain of a no around.
morning Dec. Fifteen merchants so property owner passage : hogs
Starke Saturday years the stock men were
on the 9:30 train and will be I registered in the program to get: To Include Other Groups: Gibson SaysThe keep livestock from roaminghis powerful enough politically to fence law is the fact that many i .('attlt'mt'Dsk For It

honor guest of.the big Christmas people to trade with Starke mer land. He must erect a fenceto beat down every attempt to pass progressive cattlemen, more and ,. Significant of the change in
chants this Christmas season, Bradford County Fair is to i activities. more interested in improving the in
parade at 10:30.: keep them out. such legislation. I thinking recent years is the

The Seaboard Airline Railroad Mrs. Howe said. become a community project di-I| Part of the grounds have al Now under the new law While most politicans shied quality of their herds, recognizedthat fact that Bradford County's new

is cooperating with Santa and The promotion program, to vorced from the direct control of .:ready been offered to the City of away from the issue, one man this could be done only by. no fence law was introduced in

has agreed to let him off the continue from Dec. 5 through the American Legion, according to ,Starke as a picnic area and a tree the burden is on the stock ownerto I ex-Governor Fuller Warren included i:keeping their stock fenced up.' the Legislature at"the request of

train at the Call St. crossing. Dec. 10, will be climaxed by a plans now underway. Changes ;park is being planned for another keep his animals off the other a No Fence Law as a plankin j They voluntarily give up the old the local Cattlemen's Association.

The Chamber of Commerce is drawing for prizes at the.Chamber and improvements 'are also slated':section of the grounds. Gibson fellow's property. It Is the stock I' his campaign platform and act- I[practice of open range in the in-(Members of this group have int-

sponsoring the events of the day, of Commerce office at 5 p. m.,for the fair grounds and program. ;said all types of trees native to owner now who must erect the ually succeeded in obtaining pass terest breeding up their cattle (Continued on Page 10)

with W. H. Graham in charge. Dec. 10. L. H. Gibson, commander of this area will be planted in the

Mrs. Marian Howe Chamber secChances for the prizes will beretary Jcnes-Langford-White Post 56, ;park, and will be available to students -, In Ten YearsAssessed !In Twirl SkitsDramatics

urged civic clubs and businesses given to customers who buy mer I said this week the Legion is in the < for. field trips as well< as

r to enter floats. t chandise worth a dollar or more.,process of amending the charter of .families who enjoy Sunday strolls. a
a s
Mrs. Howe also issued a reThe merchants are,donating prizes the Bradford, County. Fair Associa- I Changes scheduled for the fair Values Club

minder to merchants that the .worth $5 to $10" which will be'tion to include other civic organizations !--Itself will include a plan to let the I E

in their windows dur in the controlling body of civic'organizations handle the conceSsions -

windows are for to the be dressed Christmas by Dec.promotion displayed ing !promotion week. ,''the Association. I Gibson said the rides Up $3 MillionI 1 t Takes First PlaceThe

"The fair was more or less of would still be imported.An .
School Officials Say Report Shows closed shop," he said. "We want j arena for outdoor shows .is I

,to bring. in other organizations interested also under consideration, he said. The assessed value of property It Dramatics Club won first

Bradford County." Shows would be presented in con-I Iin Bradford County has increased prize with "A Look Into the

Both Races Oppose Integration HereBoth I I Gibson said the president of the'I nection with the fair as well as almost $3 million in the last ten Future" and Gene Norman took

:Pew association will be elected by separate shows at other times in years, according to tax assessment second place by describing a"Pirate's
'the organizations included. In past
the year. records.
I Party" in skits at the
in 'there have been no groups whc' commander of the _
whites and Negroes 4 years Leg- I Next year's fair will probablybe Real estate under homestead exemption r Tornado Whirl Tuesday night.
have advocated that the race''ion has become II
post automatically
Bradford County oppose 'I( a three-day affair Gibson said, with a $1.5 million increase The Dramatics Club took a look
be mixed in the schools. I
president. ,
schools,. integr&-I although the rides will be here for has shown the biggest at 1956 to see what some of the
tion in public In light of the ruling by th eI Plans are underway for_improvesjments 'I Ia full week. jump.
s "big would be
people on campus"
to a survey being conducted by courts it will be a problem in th< in the fair grounds andth real esate has { [
I An is to be Non-exempt doing. Franklin Ritch,
attempt mde to portraying
school officials. next few years, he said-and [programsGibson said.. .A corny -I shown an increased value of almost .
"tbeboy i .
-p.1 t S make future fairs more educational who was voted roost
School Superintendent H. races realize its < irunity building is being consider- a million dollars, personal

Morgan ,aH that although the I'far though, there has been n<)'ed' which will house a skating rink he said with more competition' property an increase of $390,000, ;,intellectual came on stage in a
: whirl of coal dust and
survey has not been completed agitation for integration locally.. (and be available for community I)lamong the exhibits.Methodist. and railroads a little over $100,000. gave a'
I i soulful rendition of 16 Tons.:
i I The assessed value of ) (

Tornadoes Take Green Cove PlanObservance Jin Bradford County now property totalsx$8,518,448. ''4-H Girls Team members Pictured,of above the 4HJudging are three .Bryan Mack playing Kucera the depicted trumpet"John at

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;;:; --- S--- ('$5,578,387. 1945, the value was Takes Third Place I!I Team as they demonstrate the I Jerry's Hotspot." Other studentsare
Of ,,, technique used in winning destined to be night club

Like Grant Took Richmond .. ...... ,Its Of non-exempt the.present real figure estate$2,985.975, $1,545-!In place in recent competition.Left 'I drummers and pianists, if theDramatics

.. IIB.. .. I 92nd Birthday Judging to right: Villa: Jean Gentry Club predictions come
;143 is
personal property, $2,953,290
.' -.y- ......-... I : estate,1and I I ,Patricia 'Pellum, and Pat true
Jis homestead exempt real
< Here \ $997,640 is railroad I
Homecoming Game First Methodist Church in Stark property. !Bradford County 4-H Club girls member of the team, was absent I took place in Fernandina, home
: The railroad taxes (
-" 7 ; be observed with annua:I are being paid won third place and a cash awardin I when photo was taken. I town of BUS opponents in the
I under protest pending a suit con-
Wednesday NightQuarteiback 18 Homecoming services all day Sunday :cerning. the assessment on their i the Home Judging Contest at j homecoming game. The place

Nov. 27Highlight (property. I'the North Florida Fair held recently stration agent, said that the girls i was all cleaned out of pirates
of the day will be thE} in Tallahassee. The Brad- I when a tornado hit town.
I t !: The increase in valuation of [judged items in eight classes;
Reddish dedication of the church edifice al t ;
Glenn 111 ford team was among 17 parti- Other skits included Junior
( ; J about $714,000 _over last year is readymade dresses, study lamps, I a
soarkplugged a super-charged, N 2:30 p.m. by Bishop John Brans cipating in the contest from north I,[ Class version of "Molly's Stagger
i meats, loaf bread
Jthe largest increase of any year biscuits, canned
attack for a Mathews comb. The indebtedness on th< and west Florida I "
Bradford High 3S-7j+ ''since 1945. Homestead counties. tomatoes, canned beans, and House, a favorite hangout of the
j l' exempt poul-
win over the Clay High Blue Devilsin church has been paid off in ful I The team was composed of Patricia football players until the coach
Green Cove Springs last Friday I and it can now be dedicated ac property, in valuation a, $336,000 increase -I, Pellum, Vida Jean Gentry, try.The I caught them; "Black eye Jungle"

night AndS r cording to custom. The church i: .' showed non-exempt increase Pat Hobbs, and Marilyn Cox, who Judging contest, held on 4- j in which Jackie Colley, as coach
property a $207,000 -
The Tornadoes reached, their offensive ,now engaged in a fund-raisin* > was high scorer for the Bradford II Club Day, was sponsored by the warned the players to "make suresomebody's
s br personal
of the season, strik- drive to purhase a combined ail r property a $191i ,- Club. Agricultural Extension Service and "
peak got the ball.
000 increase and railroad !
i property I
ing with all the fury of a twister; I l conditioning and heating plant. a $29,000 decrease in assessed I!I Ir |I Miss Dorothy Ross home demon- the North Florida Fair. In the "Jail Bowl Game," by

scoring four of their six touch- ffi Other highlights of Homecomin ''value. I \ !the Beta Club, football team
and 'day will include an old fashion| j I
spectacular plays Homeowner Shoots
downs on 'I Over the ten ther 'Cavorting' Dogs members were characterized by
other two on sustained drives.As I dinner in the recreation hall am j [ year period ;
the outstanding traits. There
total value has increased!
steadily ]
post- !services conducted by two formei] ;
part dressing of their room jubilant celebration, BHS pastors. I except for a decrease in 1946 from{j! Results In $300 Civil Damage Suit was Wayne "Scooter" Wooten
game the 1945 figure. I I I I who came riding in on a scooter,
dunked their coaches and Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell wil
they I I II and Harold 'Tarzan" Godwin
squad medico, Dr. C. J. Houpt, conduct the 11 a.m. service, an In Clay County non-exempt real,;,, Hearing on a $300 lawsuit over McClellon, at the time. his
beating chest.
under the cold showers. Centers IRev. J. R. Hill will speak at th e ;estate has increased in value from I|II the shooting of two greyhounds is I He said the dogs had in the

Reddish, who starred on offense, ,'evening hour, 7:30.: $6,492,150 last year to $7,240,970 ''scheduled, for this term of Circuit -I past come on his grounds and The Little Woman's Club presentation -

added Offering on this day will toward this year. Personal property has date has' of "The Pirates" told of
scored twice Wayne Wooten I I I go I I Court tout the exact killed his chickens. On April 26,
two touchdowns also, and Bobby repairs and painting for th
Ferguson and Van Prescott came DENNIS MATHEWS (left): 155-pound Senior, who has been out- maintenance and preservation o:f year to $2,015,310 this year. I,j' J. M. Edwards charged in the was still in bed and '"ran. jumped, raided the "ideal school" at Starke
each. Reddish (I the church building. Union County has shown in- that his two and made off with some football
through with one an complaint grey- romped and cavorted back and
in last two centeron
BUS defense flays
and Harold Godwin tacked on one standing player for on defense games. I'I The Official Board extends i crease[ of about $10,000 in un-ex- hounds were "wilfully, maliciously forth through the house." He said players, dancers, and a hard-to-

extra point each. offense, and linebacker on cordial invitation to all member:s empt real estate and the same I and without just cause" shot he could not restrain them so he find intellectual. Even though

Harden Starts Drive ROJDY STRUTII: 160-pound Junior, plays center and specializes.''and frjends\ to come to the Firs t amount in personal property. The and killed by B. S. Edwards last shot and killed them. they captured some typical specimens

Reddish scored once on an 89-I,! in snapping the ball back when BUS kicks Lettered this year. I(Methodist Church on Homecomin g non-exempt real estate figure for April 26. Scruggs and Carmichael of though, they could not

yard kickoff return and again on -- --- Day. 1954 was $501,720 and for 1955, B. S. Edwards in answer admit Gainesvi 1e' are attorneys for J. duplicate the perfect school system

a 64-yard run. He teamed up with I'I Coach Register cleared the ior Class, were presented at center- !I I j 511025. The personal property et1 killing the dogs, but said M. Edwards and Futch and wil- at BHS.

halfback Bobby Ferguson to pro- benches during the fourth period, .field and Miss Ann Williams, last i j Bad Check Artist I figures are $283,685 for 1954 and one was attacking him and the liams are attorneys for B. S. Other features of the Whirl included -

duce a third touchdown on a 75-I I giving all the boys a chance to year's homecoming Queen, crown-II I i $294,825 for 1955. other attacking a servant, Alice I Edwards. Bobbe Bastedo singing

yard pass play. I!I I play. Dennis :Mathews was the ed the 1955 Queen immediately 'Loves i iI "It'8 Always Tomorrow" and

Joe Harden started the Tornadoes outstanding defensive Tornado, following the game. I That 33'i I II Another For The Bone Yard Santa Fe Phone Co. Carol Ann Pickett singing "He.

goalward when he blocked a solving the Blue Devil attack very!!. The Tornadoes were out to seek I Thirty-three has been a lucky j i Has New Jo Ann Smith Rowe, former

Blue Devil punt on Green Cove's easily. 'revenge for the 32-14 defeat"I number for a man using the :> j ManagerWallace majorette at BHS, gave a demonjstration .

35 yard line. From there, Ferguson -I I Jim Sohm, the Blue Devil quart-,handed them last year by Fernan-(name Charles .P. Warren. He is' Brasher, 27-year-old of baton twirling.The .

Shaw, and Wooten alternated erback, was his team's outstanding dina. The visitors are a member being sought by the sheriffs of] !former Southern Bell and program was followed bya

carrying the ball forward with offensive player and also the best;of the fast Northeast Conference; five counties for passing bad 1 1 one-time employe pep rally and bon-fire. Billy

Wooten going the final one-yard passer the Tornadoes have faced but'they haven't fared so well this 1I owner-operator of an exchange Torode was master of ceremoniesand
I(I checks, all of them for $33. I in Alabama, has been '
plunge. I this season. James Skoofalas, year. They are winless and have, Theron Yawn I appointed the Junior Class sponsored
County Judge
took a Reddish both managed to cross the opponents' I manager of the Santa Fe the show.
Bobby Ferguson fullback played a good game said Warren is wanted in Bradford -
pass and streaked 75 yards for the on offense and defense.Ilomeconiiog ,goal but three times, and have Telephone Co. at Melrose. I
!I County for passing Brasher replaces D. M. Schenckof
second goal. Trailing 13-0. the Wednesday j I gained only one extra point for aseason's
i bad checks. The sheriffs of Ala-! Waldo Tax Collection
I president of the
Blue Devils came roaring back. With a record of six wins and total of 19. company .
chua. Union, and Columbia counties -
: who also served
and scored their lone touchdown|j three losses to date, the Tornadoes The Tornadoes were in good as manager
I i I i are looking for him too. until
( ] a successor could be ob Near $700,000
on a pass from quarterback Sohm climaxed their season here Wednesday physical shape for the last game of '
', Another the man sticksto
that ripped the season, in which nine Seniors I \ tained.
to Bill Tinsley. The play night with the Homecoming I
I is his custom of
pretty close'y | The Santa Fe
the wide open was Red- event against Fernandina. gave their final gridiron performance t Company services
game I i cashing the checks: in seed and portions of Bradford, Ala-j County taxes collected through
dish's 89-yard runback of the Blue Outcome of the was not for BHS.
game feed stores, Judge Yawn said. t I ITz chua, Putnam, Clay, and Marion Monday totalled $96,998.57, tax
touch-I Ij ,
Devil kickoff after their ] known at press time, since the I
II [collector J .R. Kelly said
'' j Counties. It is financed by REA Tuesday.
the kickoff -
down. Reddish fumbled was printed Wednesday Nets
paper City $1,500
finally Three Drivers Get I funds and has 1,029 subscribers.I This figure is about $25,000
three times before afternoon, due to the Thanksgiving )
More Each Month dollars ahead of the same period
picking it up and treading his way holiday. Licenses Revoked { I last

down the sidelines for another I The student body has worked From Light Bills : i ii : II State Commander year.
i The total tax roll this is
score. Bobby Ferguson had an 85- hard to make this year's Home i Three Bradford Countians had I Ii year
I I Attends ConferenceArch $202,024.59, about half of which
yard touchdown run nullified bya coming the most successful ever.)! The City of Starke makes i their drivers licenses taken away
has been
[ collected said.
clipping penalty, and the Tornadoes Festivities started Tuesday night about $1,500 more on water and .in September and two licenses .f Thomas, Jr., State Commander Kelly
given so far have reached
still held the 20-7 halftime!with the Tornado Whirl sponsored light bills since giving up the :were suspended.The : of the Amercian Legion, $3,800.21.

lead. by the Junior Class. The pro- practice of discounts for people Driver's License Divisionof .last week attended a conference I
Looking for all the world like the wreckage of a jet plane, whichit I A four per cent discount is given
E\erbody Plays gram of skits stunts and music paying before the tenth of the the Dept. of Public Safety at of department commanders and Ion
During the second half Reddish was climaxed by a huge bonfire. month. Tallahassee revoked the licensesof seemed to be trying to imitate last week, this '51 Packard fa just adjutants in Indianapolis. Ion payments received in November -

went 63 yards for another score., Wednesday afternoon.there- was Until November a 10 per cent I Lester Morris Catlan Hilary before being hauled off to the junk yard. Careening madly after i He said the confernece: was to three per cent in December,
'' I
Wayne Wooten scored on the a parade featuring the Queen candidates discount was given customers Hubert McCondichie, and !>f. J. side-swiping an on-coming trailer on U. S. SOl north of Starke last bring all the department and two cent in February. No'discount

double reverse from 23 yards out, and outstanding floats, I embankment and into the air, '
who paid before the tenth. The I.Thomas of Starke. Wednesday.the car hit an flipped up is given if
committee heads to hear payments are
and to climax the scoring, .substitute decorated by various school clubs. ,bills usually totaled between $15-I r The licenses of Charles David clipping off a light pole 18 feet above the ground. Official verdict: together 'fronds
and of the differ- in March and penalties are
Van Prescott reports
scooted 26 Queen Crowned 000 and $20,000 monthly, and Thompson, Starke, and :Mary Excessive speed. Driver of the car C. R. Merritt of Palmetto, miraculously plans

yards after Harold Godwin made a Before the big game started the !most of the bills were paid by]I:Hobbs Wilson Brooker, were escaped with minor injuries. ent groups. [assessed on payments coming after

good fake into the line six sponsors, elected from the Sen\the tenth. 'I suspended. :April 1.

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Gable And Russell In Florida FilmJane PAGE TWO FRIDAV. NOVEMBER 23, 1953

editorial Farmer's DiaryBy ,. hospital in Jacksonville: also Mrs. Saturday.Miss .

Mattie Barry back from Gulfport. Lavonia Hodges, formerly
Sam McGarvey ot Brooker, and room-mate, Miss!
:Mrs. Lucille Edwards came home

Opinion Mixed, But MajorityStill from the Gainesville hospital last Vaughree Auburndale Shelton both residing formerly at 216S. of
make a big bull when he grows
Sunday.Mr. W. 4th Avenue in Gainesville

Oppose Toll Road Here up. and. Mrs. Evan W. Hodge of were weekend guests of :Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Green of Palatka.
Now that old Nellie Belle has Brooker had as their dinner guest

That Bradford Countians are doing some serious been retired, Sam is driving Ed' Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Gibson -

thinking on the implications of the proposed '51 Mercury, and what a changeit and Mr. and Mrs. Carl T. Ed- WANTED PECANS
Florida Turnpike through this area was indicatedin is! Having brakes, lights, wind- :Xo quantity too large or too
of Gainesville.
replies received in the Telegraph's annual shield wipers, a horn, and every- t ka ., small. Cash market prices. See '
Mr and Mrs. Evan W. Hodges us before selling. Dillard Keen.
Turkology Contest. thing including plenty of speedto
were visiting their daughters, Miss Between Railroad and Signal
Although opinion is still preponderantly opposed spare, is sure a big change,
Like the promise of better Lavonia Hodges and Mr..and Mrs. Light. 117 W. Brownlee, ph. 187.
to the pike there are some who are now for with old Nellie if one thing
things to come, the first few Cart T Edwards of Gainesville 117 W. Browalee, Ph. 137.ofisoflouf .
worked t
the A
beginning to revise their thinking in view of the didn't. How- .
fact that Starke seems destined to be an inter- pretty white berry blooms are ever, Sam never Had to worry : ; ; 'j .
change, where traffic can enter or leave the toll showing up in our berry patch. then about the speeding laws with -
Our plants are not as big or Nellie. He had to push her a lot )' _

road.One strong as we wish they might be, to get her up to 35 miles per hourin a, !
of- the contest replies received by The but they are growing and havea a speed zone.

Telegraph said: "A Turnpike through Bradford good color. This season we will _
County will channel Road 100 traffic through not equal the one a few years The cabbage planting we have s

Starke onto the expressway. These people will ago when we had our first ripe looks pretty good. The plants a .
eat, shop, and stay overnight in Starke, thus berries on Dec. 17. This year we'll have started growing and have a r _

helping our town's economy. During construc- be lucky to have any by Christ- good color. Notice that there is

tion, jobs will be available for local people, and mas. a pretty fair amount of cabbageset
S Russell! Robert Ryan, Clark Gable and Cameron Mitchell
maintenance and patrol workers' will be neededon out around here.
One thing we've noticed is that make up the starring quartet in "The Tall Man," coming to the Florida
the Turnpike after it is completed.
the soil where we had the saw- Well the unusually warm wea- Theatre Sunday.
toll road advocate wrote: "The Turn-
dust mulch last :year is not "poi- ther gave way before i cold front
pike will be good for business in Starke because soned" as some folks said it wouldbe. and we are in a cold snap now, with :Mr. and :Mrs. Harley Shaw. Shaws last Saturday.Rev. .

vacationing people from the North will continueto If anything, the soil seems to and the fireplace is a popular Mrs. Susie Carter of Gainesvillewas C. B. Stallings was electedto

use 301 as far south as Starke andthen'theywill be improved, for it is lighter, and spot now. Once again we are the weekend guest of the membership on the State Boardof
the Turnpike here if they desire,to the have Missoins at the Baptist convention -
get on plants growing there a caught without firewood, and it'sa Harley Shaws.
use it. This will mean that business people who good color. It may be that we case of scrap around for hunksof in Lakeland last week
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. and
have made part or all of their living on tourists will have to give them more nitro wood from here and there to daughter of Jacksonville Sharpe Our sick list seems to tot, en-
will continue to do so because they will stay in gen later on. burn. were larging. Among the many are
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.R. Zedra Hamilton, who carried
local restaurants and buy
,our motels, eat in our B. Gans.
r Alice is still taking, runner back to the hospital in Gainesville
in our service stations. up Frank and his boys, Gene and
gas plants from the kitchen garden Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crews of Sunday night: Mrs. J. H. Kelly: ,
Robert, are in
now their
Said a third: "I don't think the Turnpike will own Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. also placed in the Gainesville
and filling out the in the
"skips" little home
on our Frank
be too bad for county if it follows the pro- place. and of Starke
our berry patch. Is an almost endless rebuilt the Jimmy Crosby son hospital Sunday; Mrs. Ivey Hodge
old brooder house and
posed route shown in The Telegraph recently. job, because scattered throughout it is visited the Lloyd Barry family and who is in Doctors Hospital in
Starke wouldn't be completely cut off because of the patch there are puny southern quite'cosy, as it has ...a Mrs. Mattie Barry last Sunday.Mr. Starke; and Mrs. Henry Hodge

the other important highways merging here and plants., which will never amountto exposure.S and Mrs. E. B. James of who is ill at home. We are happyto

feeding into the toll road at the interchange." anything, and they should be Ed's wife Mame saw Tier first Gainesville visited the Harley have Alan Lewis home frcyii the

But the majority of opinion: is still opposed to replaced. Then, too, some of the snake here the other day, and awn"aw
the toll road. For example: plants we had set are buried and she about jumped Out of her skin. I ...

"It will check Bradford County's present steady most of them are just sitting It was only a black snake, and -r Rom where I sit .:. 6y Joe Marsh
expansion. Business may return, eventually, there not doing anything. But Ed ,if she jumps every time she sees ,sL
but many enterprises will be gone before then. and Alice worked the patch this one of them around here, she'll .

Modernizing existing highways before building week and it .looks pretty good. spend a lot of time off the .

turnpikes will expedite All-Florida development, ground. Last Word in
Ed planted another batch of SOld .
not only playground areas. -Mrs. E. J. Brennan."It .
would be double taxation, motorists havingto radishes this week, and that Joy is getting ready to Farm MachineryCurly -
makes three he has on the way. _present us with I
pay the toll, as well as the gas tax which is another calf, and
He raises and sells a lot of rad- we hope that the
set to build and maintain our State roads. gal will be Lawson was first in this .
up ishes people pass-you'd better stick to
up in Jersey and he is try- all right.
-Valaria Shuford. are all looking for- area to use of those I *
ing the crop here in winter. ward to one roadside the old methods. m!
"Bradford County has just in the ,past few good rich having milk to plenty drink of her vending machines. lie's sold milk From where I sit, you have to _.

years seen the benefit the Flojida tourist trade Last week we saw a really fine again. and eggs in one about a year now, admire Curly for his pioneering BIG CAPACITY

and has made many preparations to take care of bull calf. Owned by Bryant Red We are always hearing something and recommends them highly* spirit. Of course, there's also
it. If the turnpike takes these people around, dish, the but with reservations
husky youngster, born new. This. time it's the plenty to be said for those who G-E RANGE
instead of through the county, many businesses around March 1, already weighs "moon-eyed" 'possum. According "Mine's the latest model,"says tend to stick to the old proven COME I
established mainly for tourist trade, will be between 600-700 pounds?: A pure- to the fellow who told us about Curly. "Built-in refrigeration methods. People's ideas differ on IN TODAY_ WITH DELUXE FEATURES

ruined.'WMrs. Bobby White. bred Hereford, the blocky little it, this 'possum is only about half urn--heater-an automatic sign the subject-on any subject. Like
"The Turnpike will probably be a death trap monster was sired by the FFA's: the size of the ordinary 'possumsand turner-on for night. Takes any you may always drink buttermilk
and will put a lot of people out of business if it Sears & Roebuck bull and his we don't know if he's kidding combination of coins." with your meals. .. while a glass We Service What We Sell/

by-passes Starke.:: Edward H. Griffis. dam was a fine cow owned by us or not. Anyway, we like the "However," he warned, "those of beer's the "automatic" choice

These are the opinions voiced by some of those Dick Ferguson. Looks like he'll 'sound of "moon-eyed 'possum." machines aren't cheap to buy.. with me.Copyright .

entering the Telegraph's contest last week. .TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTBROOKER all praying for ,, Alan. or operate.They run about$3500.If G.12 J ITGRIFF
Of course, no one can foresee exactly what the Dickie Davis went to Alachua you're not on the main high. t'Jta1J

effect of the proposed Turnpike will be on Starke I{ General Hospital Monday to have way like I am-where lots of city GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCESCor.

and Bradford County if an interchange is located, his tonsils removed. Hurry and

as now planned, three miles east of us at the coun- By Mrs. E. B. CastlenAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4.AA get back to school, Dickie. You'reliable 1955, United States Brewers Foundation Call & Walnut Sts. STARKE, FLORIDA
ty line. Whether it will help this area or harm to miss something. ...

this area, only time will tell. But it is, too mo- Surely glad to have Mr. and .
mentous project to be considered in the lightof Circle MeetingThe Mrs. Marshall Mott move back to '

purely selfish considerations, as to what it Lubedia Pinholster Circle Brooker. They have been living in FORD.
will do to or for our particular spot on the map. met at the home of $Iiss Joyce Williston, where Marshall was em- For 56 choose
Even if it brought a boom to Starke and thatis Castlen on Nov. 15. The devo- ployed with Dixie Lily. He will .

-a matter that remains to be seen we would tional was led by Mrs. E. B. Cast- row work with Eli Witt in Gaines .

still oppose a Turnpike on the grounds that a toll 'len, and Mrs. H. C. Douglas and ville.

road is out of place in a tourist state that shouldbe Mrs. Clara Nettles presented the Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Favorite Station !
G. W. Davis and America's Wagon
concentrating its efforts on persuading visitorsto program. Plans were made for a and Mrs. family were Mr.
Thanksgiving basket and for the R. J. Waters and Donald
see all Florida, not just the beginning and end
of Dundee
Week of Prayer to begin Nov. 28. and Mr. and
of a Turnpike, and a few spots lucky enough to The circle was honored to have Mrs. W. D. Threlkeld and children

have interchanges. We still maintain that Florida present Mrs. M. O. Harrell president of Jacksonville.Mr. With Thunderbird/ / Y-8 power Thunderbird/ / styling caw exc/ysive/ new Lifeguard Design,
should improve its existing highways and there of the WMU. Closing prayer : and Mrs. G. W. Davis and

would be no need for a toll road that might easily, was given by Mrs. C. B. 'Stal- children visited Mr. and :Mrs. Arden :-
as some have suggested, become a white elephanton lings, after which refre.jhments Howard in Lake City. The Eight-passenger Country Sedan \

the hands of the state's economy. were served by Mrs. Castlen. The Howards are former residents of THREE WITH 4 DOORS ., .. ,. ,, More styli h than ever, with new colors .
next meeting will be on Dec. 13 Brooker and are now operating a '' x t : \ t" stunning interiors. Like the Country Squire,
at the home of Mrs. Ralph Nettles. drive in restaurant in Lake City. it has an easily removable rear seat. Four

Everything But The Spirit Home Demonstration Club Tindall-Green doors give easy access for all eight passengers.

Elects: New Officers Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green an-
The Brooker HDC met in the nounce the marriage of their
Of Thanksgiving Has ChangedOver Community Center Nov. IG and daughter! Jacquelin of Palatka, Mtic' ". .. .'

officers were elected as follows: to Luther E. Tindall, son of Mrs.
the river and through the wood President, Mrs. Lottie Edwards; E. B. Atkinson, on Nov. 12. The
To grandfather's house we go; Vce President Mrs. W. T. MarI'ey ceremony was performed at Folk- J NC

The horse knows the way to carry the sleigh Secretary, Mrs. \V. T. Blair; ston, Ga.

Through the white and drifted snow. Treasurer, Mrs. Tim Rogers; Publicity -' }Irs. Tindall is the daughter of

-Lydia Maria Child Chairman, Mrs. Effigy Hodge; Hoy Green and the late Theo McCauley -
Handcraft Chairman, Mrs. Mattie Green. She is employedwith
Customs, costumes, and transportation methods Sowell; Membership Chairman, Hudson Pulp and Paper Corp.
have changed in the last century, but the spiritof Mrs. Leona Wiggins; Alternate end Mr. Tindall is employed with

Thanksgiving is the same today as it was a Delegate, Mrs. Rosa Pinholster; W. L. Hailey & Co. They are re-
hundred Delegate, Mrs. Dave Green. siding at 211 S.
years ago. 7th St. in Palatka.A ..
The horse (even if you could find one) wouldn't' Plans were made for the Christ- reception was held Saturday p- ... .-
be carrying the sleigh this Thanksgiving in Flori- mas Party to be held Monday af- night at the home of the bride'sgrandmother k There's more than meets the eye as to why

da because there isn't any snow just another ternoon. Dec. 21, at the home of Mrs. G. E. McGauley, c Ford Station Wagons sell more than the
thing to be thankful for, in case you're having Mrs.: Mattie Sowells. The program in Palatka. The Roy Green family .y two runners-up combined! Their Thunderbird -

trouble thinking up things. But the absence of presented"Christmas to Gifts the club was, of Brooker were among those attending Slx-passenger Country Sedan Country Squire beauty is apparent in all six models.

horses and sleighs and snow won't stop thousands chen." from the Kit Designed for those who want 4-door conven A queen among station wagons. MahoganyBut underneath that reauty there's a heart
Mrs. W.
,, of bright-eyed youngsters and their Mothers and T. Blair gave a Luly Crews of Gainesville was ience with seats for six. Like other models, it finished steel panels give woodlike beauty to of "GO"-for the Thunderbird Y-8 engineis
report on the County: Council folJ-into-lLe-floor seat. this luxurious, 8-passenger dreamboaL
the Ford's Stowaway Ford
overnight guests of Frances is the standard eight in all Station
Dads from enjoying the traditional Thanksgiving nlet tiniYellow! .
trip Over the river and through the wood, tgrandfather's 0 and pink chrysanthemums Barry- Mr. last Wednesday. Wagons, at no extra cost. If you need anymore
and Mrs. H. E. Ford is soundest
Stokes why
Sr. reasons your
house And the day will be justas were beautifully arrangedthroughout
and daughter attended services! station buy look into Lifeguard
at I THREE WITH 2 wagon new
cheerful and meaningful as it was when Lydia the center. Refresh the Baptist Church
in Lake which designed for
her ments were served by the hostesses City Design was your pro-
Maria Child wrote warm little tribute to the last weekend. '
Mrs. Tim tection is found only in the 56 Ford.
Rogers and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs.
Roy Green and
day.So Blair, at the close of the
let us pause this mid-week, just as our fore- meeting. family visited Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
fathers did on that first Thanksgiving day, and Birthday Party Taylor: and Rev. and Mrs. Earl = I

give thanks for our many, many blessings. For his Mike 7th Castlen was honored on Willis in Palatka last Sunday.

the relative peace of today's world for the 17, with birthday anniversary, Nov. Mrs. C. N. Shaw of Gainesville
a party given by his mother -
prosperity of our country and for the love and Mrs. E. B. Castlen. About 30 is spending a few days this week
security of our own families. -
youngsters enjoyed this occasionwith
We may be riding over a four-lanejd highway the honor guest. f fi ft

instead of "white and drifted snow." but our Sunbeam Band Meets

hearts should be no less gay and thankful as The Jane Carroll McRae Sunbeam t I
"Over the river and through the wood, to grand Band met at the Brooker

father's house we go" Baptist Church Thurs., Nov. '17,
with 16 members present. One Porklana

\ new member, Sidney Hazen, wasadded Brand-new and carpeted throughout, this 2-
choose. We
Consciously unconsciously
or we
and three visitors, Wilson door, 6-passenger dandy bas limousine comfort
can try or we can loaf; we can perserve or we can end Zeb Russ and Janice Mott, .. and doesn't mind rolling up its sleeves

quit; we can think or we can moon; we can trustor were present. Mrs. Frank Tinney, IIi

we can fear; we can wear chains or we can be leader, was absent because of illness i..

free. Not by luck, but by choice, we win or loose. and Mrs. E. B. Castlen, assisted .....

-Weekly Unity. by Mrs: Eva Harrell, met ,-

1+scnwu.. .Ju1Y.m.waesr------.Ii, ,;;",,""....,............., ...._,.IIt.........,..._ with the Sunbeams. Mrs. H. C. "Hurry John we ranmake FO RD 1
Douglas and Mrs. C. B. Stallingswere the early show if we catch
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHe in charge of the music. Re Ranch Wagon Custom Ranch Wagon .
.dinner at the Guidon Grill '
EST. 1879 freshments, furnished by Mrs. This favorite has two wide doors, easily seats A ft passenger beauty that converts in a split .

FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Theo Dyal were served at the And if your tastes 6 people As in other models, hit gate and j jiffy from luxury liner toasuper-spaciouscargo
Community Center. do not agreeOur tail gate can be operated easily with one hand. carrier. Easy-to-clean interior can tale It. '
PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY Friends of Alan Lewis will regret
to learn that while he and Menu provides
UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD. his brother, Malcolm Lewis, were \'ariety.GUIDON .

working near here, an accident Andrews Motor Co0
SUBSCRIPTION RATES with a pulpwood saw caused severe GRILLGeorge

ONE YEAR 3.00 SIX MONTHS 1.75 injury to Alan's foot. He was
carried to the hospital in Lake
Butler, but later was moved to Kopelousos, Owner
THE ACT OF MARCH 3. 1879. Jacksonville due to an operationthat MADISON & ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 ofarlf0

"'.' ... --- .ALL .. Dui w rrre had to be performed. We are Starke Fla. TOP TV! THE CAINE MUTINY COURT-MARTIAL ON FORD STAR JUBILEE SATURDAY, NOV. 1J F1a.



FRIDAY, .-NOVEMBER 25, 1955 -
,yyyyyyyyyyyyYYYYYYYYYYW 'end with Mr. and Mrs. David I Ing'is being erected which will Wet bet t] Open Season For Bad Check Artists; THE NATIONAL RESERVE PROGRAMAND "'school.men to Secondly pursue, a it higher enables educa young

:Moore in Jacksonville. The Moores used as a telephone exchange.
tion or some trade without fea.
him home on Sunday and hope this means that we will have
LAWTEY% I brought Public Told How To Avoid LossesNow of interruption.In .
in in the near
visited with J, H. Moore:! I telephones Lawtey August 9 President Eisenhower lowing paragraph is applicable: future articles we shall dea

By Sirs.\ Joyce T. FutchtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Doyle Andrews future.:Mr. and :Mrs. H. C. Kelly spent is the time of year the "runners" for check crook gangs. signed into law the Armed These young men will be deferred -I with non-prior service personnewho
of Wildwood are spending
Sunday afternoon in. Starke with phony-check artists declare an 8. If already endorsed, ask Forces Reserve Act of 1955. With from the draft and at age I elect to perform three

sometime with Mrs.'Andrews' par Mrs. Laura Colley. open season on retail merchants the presenter to endorse the the advent of this law, many I 23 their military obligation will months, six months, and two-yea,
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore. I 1
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reddish Mrs. I Mrs. Leona Edwards, Mrs. H. ind their clerks. While their illegal check again, in your presence. questions have been raised per- be completed. They will have! enlistments for active duty training
John Carmichael, and Mrs. Drew Mr. and Mrs.H.B. Arwood spent 400 to Then add -address. Then check j and how an enlistment fo
dinner to
1 R. Hildreth were Sunday harvest adds up his taining to who is and who is not served 9 rs to 11 years in the
Reddish, all of Heilbronn, visited I I the weekend in Tallahassee with,guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. L.Wainwright 500 million dollars a year, check the address. ]subject to its requirements, the,Guard, depending upon their age; active duty affects the length o
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wyrick and '
Mrs. Mary Reddish Sunday. Theyall .' at the State Farm. crooks step up their activities 9. Don't cash checks for con- length of service involved, and at enlistment. This program has I your military obligation.

enjoyed a sea food dinner at I Grannie Wyrick. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly spent about 50 percent between Thanksgiving siderably more than the amount other considerations.After many attractive advantages.First I YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester

Mayport. I I Miss' Elizabeth Terry and Mrs. Sunday afternoon in Starke with and Christmaswhenstores of the purchase. You may lose much conjecture on the it enables young men to brook purse-size fountain peas in

Mrs Joe Starling and daughter 'Joyce Futch and son, Ralph, were Mrs. Laura Colley. I are crowded and clerks are I cash as well as merchandise. part of many, the major portionsof start retiring their military ab- I pastel shades. Only $:.58 at Brad

Geraldine, and Mrs. Melson Privett business visitors. to Jacksonvilleon :Mrs. Leona Edwards and Mrs. at their busiest. 10. Take a second hard look. the law have been resolvedand !ligation while still attending high ford County Telegraph.

and daughters, Alma and Bernice, Saturday.Mr. H. R. Hildreth were Sunday din- We have this on the authorityof Make sure it is the check of an The Telegraph proposes, in .
attended the Singing Convention at and Mrs. C. B. Hiatt and ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. George W. Adlam, who, as existing person or concern, drawn a series of three articles, to clari- '. --- : ,' ': -, ..--:_ _=, :-.. -: _:_ :"_0"":'
Maxrille Sunday afternoon. family spent Sunday afternoon in Wainwright at the State Farm. chief investigator for the 'Todd on an existing bank. Completely fy the provisions of the law with

)Ir. and Mrs. James Anders were I I Jacksonville with Mr. Hiatt's Mrs. H. H. Hamilton and Mr. Company, manufacturers pro- fictitious checks are top favorites.: regard to service in the National

Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and.mother, Mrs. J. M. Lee. and Mrs. Lynn Hamilton were tected, insured checks, has stud- 11. Be sure yours are. protected 'Guard.
.:Mrs. O. J. Anders. I The Baptist W. M. U.. program shopping in Jacksonville last Sat- ied this particular form of theft checks, which can not be To determine who is affectedby I III

Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish meeting was held at the church I urday. for 35 years.In successfully altered with ink enactment of the Reserve Act

spent the weekend in Tallahasseewith Tuesday evening.Mrs. I Emory Griffis of Starke visited an effort to cut down on eradicator or erasure. One typeof 'we quote the following: Any per-
their son-in-law and daughter Dowell, who had the misfortune I(he Jack Crawford family last the check crooks' "Christmas protected check flashes hund- son who is inducted, enlists, or is

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pons, to break her hip two weeks i Sunday.HAMPTON. bonus", and to keep their "nor reds of previously invisible re- appointed to any branch of the
confined to
and who has been
daughters and young son. ago the hospital in Jacksonville, has mal" million-dollar-a-day haul productions of the word "VOID'' armed forces shall, upon their en WINTER SPECIAL

Rev. and Mrs. E. W. Wilkinsonand returned to the home of her daughter wvvvvvvvvmrvvvvfvmvn from its customary holiday rise J Jto when ink eradicator is applied. trance to service become subjectto

family.were business visitorsto Mrs. Mary Locke. We are a million-and-a-half, Mr. Ad- 12. Assure yourself of addi- all provisions of the Reserve

Gainesville Friday. glad that she Is improving daily. lam gives out with twelve basic tional protection by using a me- 1 GAL PRESTONE
Lawtey school faculty and their Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney of I rules for holiday check cashing. chanical check-writer and signerfor we shall discuss 17 to
families enjoyed a barbecue at the''Jacksonville! visited Mrs. Georgia By Mrs. D. E. Hill that every store-keeper and every your own checks. Machines! 18j year old, non-prior-service ANTI-FREEZE 3.25

home of Mr. and Mrs. James Ann Sapp last Sunday.Mr. I clerk should paste in his or her which shred the amount indeliblyinto personnel. For young men of this
Friday eve- and Mrs. Leslie Phillips and hat: the fibers of the check, and age who have voluntarily enlistee

ning.Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and young son, Erie, returned to their I Meets' : 1. Don't let anyone hurry you.It's print a multi-colored, protected or who voluntarily enlist here B355HEATER 29-95
and home in Waldo this week after Week Of Prayer Slated your money you're handingout. facsimile signature, hand-cuff after in the National Guard am
Mrs. Carl Hilliard Mr.
were spending sometime with the O. J.i "Christ for the World" was check crooks by making it virtually who do not choose to .take al INSTALL HEATER 4.50
Mrs. R. C. Keene and family of
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Phillips family. program topic for Hampton Bap* 2. Demand positive identification impossible to raise Or alter least three consecutive months o:'
Donald Brandeis is preaching tost: WMU at the home of :Mrs. from strangers. Remember your checks. active duty for training, the fol.
Marshall Mott of Brooker.Mr. .
and Mrs. James Phillips of this week in Tallahassee and Boni- Frank Williams Friday evening, I that Social Security cards and TOTAL PRICE -37.70

Tampa spent the weekend withMr fay.Mr. Nov. 18.Following. auto licenses are easily forged or _
and Mrs. Wesley Thomas the program, a report stolen.
and son, Jody, were visiting rela- "on the initial GA meetinglast
Phillips returned with them for a 3. Don't accept rubber stampor
visit with his brother-in-law and tives in Jacksonville the first of I week was given. Mrs. Marvin pencil signatures or checks I SPECIAL ONLYVolt 29.95Add

sister! Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Hilliard. this week. Faile and Mrs. Williams are with any signs of alteration.
Mrs. Louie Belle Starling and counselors for the group, with 12
Charles Moore spent the 4. Use extra after busi-
I daughters of Jacksonville visited junior age and four intermediates ness or banking hours. Crooks ( r $1.95 For 12 Systems
the Luther Hilliard family and enrolled at the first meeling. Mrs. I i
.. ,other relatives .last weekend. Charles Darby, Association Youth favor such times. YOU SAVE 7.75. BUY TODAY!
Among the ones attending the Director and Mrs. Emma Lamo- 5. Beware the out-of-town RADIOAND

BYfXEDCAUDbN leilbronn[ Mass Meeting of the Association WMU Presi- checks, unless you are certain of
New River Association were Mrs. dent, were present to assist in the identity of the person presenting : Cars and Trucks --- All Makes

d6 Ola Starling and daughter, Mrs. organizing the GA's. the check for cashing, and I
Elnora Privett and daughters, of the check's validity. TELEVISIONSales
Lottie Moon Week of Prayerfor All Models
Misses: Catherine McDavid and 6. Don't cash bank counter ZENITH 17"
Foreign Missions will be observed .95
Ola Mae Phillips, Terry Futch, and checks. Anyone can pick up all E\anston T1814R .
by the WMU next week,
Rev. E. W. Wilkinson.We he wants. They are designed for
are glad to see that a build, with meetings at the church Mon: use only in the banks issuing When Your TV Needs: HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.
day, Tuesday and Friday evenings them. I. Service Call 166 and Service 1

at 8p. m. .. ,.
SCAR 7. Don't cash checks for ju- PHONE 69 STARKE, FLA.
"The Orient" will be the pro 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida I
veniles. They are not legally responsible ._ .. _.. ...... ', .-.- ... -.. ... .
a. I How Open gram topic for Monday evening, and often are used as .. --- I ;;('. -.- ... -- ." N.'H.jIj<_ r.'- "-""'"__" _....:,.' -=- ---, .. -I:'!;'!-:! --, -, "
r '," I with Mrs. Faile in charge; Mrs. .
) E. L. Birt will present "Africa" -
1 SMITTY'SBARBER l on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Charles
=;; I Hicks will conclude on Friday A

t< ........ SHOPCourt with "Latin America," "Europeand O:
I the Near East," and "Around .>.
1 I .

I Street Opposite I the World." ,.. .. f7ff' '....
Mrs. George Williams assisted : N'''''''''"'.'". ..:. ......
Court House > "
..1fJ1> '>'f. :
\ Mrs. Frank Williams as hostess, : j;"
ImanewranaC I
\ get and Mrs. Betty May presented the
program at the meeting Friday

MARINE BE GREATLY I evening. Twenty-one memberswere
CENTER I Mrs. J. W. Horne and Mrs. new

Betty May will be cohostessesfor : .
the December meeting, when
I '
members will bring gifts for .a l
Owner & OperatorALVAREZ' ,.m..w'1'J.r&i' "
f HONE 397 STARKE, FLA. local girl in the Baptist Chil- ....miX':.'.
_- .*.,,......w.... ,.
-Ll_ dren's Home. ,.,:...);..w.,. '
Ralph Jones, son of Mr. and

Ien's Clothing Mrs Willard M. Jones, was a
I STORE Established 1894f 111 weekend guest from Orlando at

the home of his parents.Rev. .
and Mrs. Durwood Wil-

liams of Chattanooga visited the I
_ Marvin Failes last week, en- gasolil1e k

route home from a missionaryTour

_. THE THANKSGIVING D 1N VER o Q through Cuba. with

0. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Robertsare
- f THEY ATE Win ,'A ZEST spending the Thanksgiving

_ I A MODERNIZED' KIT C NE N gllt I Mrs.weekend Ethel in Bergn.Charleston Monday, S. C.visitors with /EJEW 111011 $ i: :

of the Roberts' were Mr. and OCTANE s
JDO HE oNGEsr I Mrs. Marvin Stokes of Edgar; V.

I'' Mrs. Cora Stokes of Gainesville;
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stokes Jr.

I of LaMarque, Texas and Sgt. ,

and Mrs. Earl Stokes who left _
& that day enroute to Germany for.
I .
overseas duty. >

j Mrs. D. E. Hill returned home I If I /: _

(Tuesday after being confined to .. .
:| Alachua General Hospital in A.
Gainesville for two

0 LOCAL TRADEMARKS,toe. Mrs. Rudy DeWaters left last .
I week for New York after attend- ;ft L/1LE' $i. rHF'

.'- .,. -. -= -, -. ing the pecan crop on Irer prop- :
erty in Hampton for the last

.. /I"-. -s: ; .. RKE --- .. B SER u IlDER0 S -- i several weeks.LONG I D : EiS Ei\

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!:W cj $ &3J "(tt i.A.l. .. .. : Si'r v

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Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Padgett- Af1i -;/ d4'-f: '.'::::\ .
;::. f) ..
(Lottie Starling) of Mariettawere %; :.y.: ,' 'dG6r.'oti
,."........,.4-/; '
ft '" ,,
calling on friends and rela- Q, ..,.vf/,': .:: :>.;. ; .. .
tives around Hill last week. .
Clay tif.i $<::S:<"' .
( ...
'' .
Lottie says they are trying to f'C" :':

I build a church near where they : >."f::::'>'
>" :> '::<<:: .
:? <
live, but funds in .<' / < .
are coming 'f AN<' to
Ml a slowly. She asks all of us around .. "',) -(.{::':..l/<":. .
% 'here to save paper for them to . .1'r, '; .. ..
I take and sell and turn the money 1 .ji: 'W .
.. pause )' ""'1 -
in their ,
on building fundMrs. n
Robert Taylor was here #
forThanksgiving last week in the interest of her e' i ,
property. . .
Kate Bowen called on her . ..: .
mother, Mrs. Gertie Faircloth, I : :." "':'
last Sunday. This is the first' > .
I time that she has been able to .

come out this way for quite a '
while. estMil a Ev
As we think about our blessings, we are Mr. Cubbly, director of the er

\ reminded that even kings and queens of past Middleburg Baptist Training

-." years could not have the privileges, (II Union, conducted the devotionalin
our Training Union at Clay .. .
conveniences, end pleasures are
Hill last The 101id-
Sunday night.
today Let us all give thanks I
commonplace .
dleburg Adult Union will put on
__for'our_ great free nation, our pleasant and 'the program at Clay Hill Sunday

\ community, and the personal night Dec. 4.. All are invited to finest
} rewards that we all enjoy. attend. t\\e etFothtali GS
We had several out to church -, v:7a: .
: (This bank wilt net be ope* on Thanksgiving Day) Saturday night and enjoyed the ee ib iiR

Singing. Rev. Allen delivered the buy at .
message. There will be singingand

preaching services at the

FLORIDA BANK STARKE church again this Saturday night

starting at 7 p. m. Come and .
M IY I I help us sing. F. REGISTER & S ON .Oi D1STR1BUTORS

Member Florida National Group We were rather cool out here

at Clay Hill again Sunday and
Monday. Saw a little frost Monday FLA.

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FRID; .tY0 t 1 E..IBER n SO., 19OO u..

Program Monday Mary and Edith Copeland Fran- Grace Harris, Jewel Higginbotham;I of Jacksonville.Mr. I v

Lorena ces, Joyce and Janice Bell and J. D. Padgett, Bobby Godwin, and Mrs. Franklin Higgin- yette, Sonny Boy Griffis and privileges of the mess, including
Epperson Glenn
Jones attended the
Billy and Bobby Nolan.R. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and botham and family of Jacksonville YoungPeople's "head of the line" and leaving his
Circle MeetingThe L. Harris and daughter Mrs.J. sons, Mrs. W. A. Cannon, Mrs.G. visited meeting at the Pine tray
with Mr. and Mrs. Valley Church in Starke on the table for a week. He
D. Bell, were shopping.in Jack- M. Beach and Sandra HoW Doss Friday
Higginbotham and
family night. was excused from all details
l except
Lorena Circle of
Epperson sonville last Tuesday. man.
the First Baptist WMU met at I. Mrs. J. C. Nolan and son were Singing Convention Sunday Convention and attended the Singing I Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson driving commitments for one
at the
t the home of Mrs S. E. Sparks visitors in Jacksonville Tuesday. The ones attending the Singing Church. Baptist I I of Jacksonville visited with Mrs.Johnson's week.

Gladys Mooty with eight members and one VIs- Mrs. W. A. Cannon and Miss Convention at parents, Mr. and Mrs.
the Maxville
Palatka'and Those attending the football Doss Higginbotham Rudy is the son of Mrs Gazelle
I and family
Phone 35 itor present Sandra Holliman of Baptist Church Sunday were in. game in Macclenny Friday night Sunday. Sweat of Maxville and the
Mrs. Garl Mathews, co-leader G. M. Beach of Hastingswere late
Mrs. for a treat. A delicious basket
.... ., were aDd Leonard Wilkinson -
I .1 I II Mr. and Friends of Lonnie Harris will be Harold Higginbotham. On
the meeting in the weekend guests of his
presided over dinner was served by the churchat and Shirley Wilkinson. I
Bobbie Dodd Has Little Women absence of Mrs. R. B. Alvarez. I I Mrs. C. B. Nolan and sons last one o'clock and singing was Lewis, Mickey, Lillian and glad return to to learn work that last he was able after to three day pass he went on a
The devotional was given by Mrs. weekend.Mr. enjoyed all afternoon. The music Linda Godwin from Jacksonville' sight seeing tour of New York

Gala 'Circus Party'On Hear DiscussionOf Sparks. Mrs. Nellie Swindel and Mrs. Owen.Anders and was very beautiful and inspirational attended the Singing Convention' Weiner several days'Roast illness last week. ,City and had a very nice time.
{ Enjoyed
chairman, gave an interesting son of Lawtey and :Mr. and Mrs. those
BirthdayOne College Life Only attending can at the Maxville Baptist Church Last
Monday night the Inter-
program on "Medical Missions in James Anders of Palatka were realize what wonderful talent Sunday

rf the most delightful children's The Little Women's Club met Mexico." Those taking part were visitors :'in Maxville Sunday and was' represented there. There Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham and. mediate Class of the Long Branch i
Baptist Church
parties -or the week was Monday night at 7:30 o'clock in Mrs. Ewell Lawson, Mrs. Mart attended the Singing Convention !,.were singers from Duval, Nassau, Mrs. Ed Wilkinson were shopping at the home held a weiner Case No. 1375
of Rev. and
Dodd garet Newsome and Mrs Sparks.Mrs. at the Manville Baptist Church. and Putnam Coun In Jacksonville .
that given by Mrs. W. J. I the auditorium of the Starke'Woman's Clay-Bradford last Thursday. Mrs. H. F. IS
Higdon. Their of had bron-
and son years age
Garl Mathews closed the and Mrs: Waver Griffis
fr. last Wednesday Afternoon j I!' Club at which time Mr. ties. The masters of ceremony Friends of Mrs. Joe Ellis will clical
Jimmy is asthma
a member
of the Inter 7
from 3:30: unto 4:30 o'clock in]I(I they held their annual dinner {meeting with prayer.. Mrs Lacey Griffis Wednesday.Mr. were. visitorsin were Mr. Gooch and Verley T. regret to learn that she still isn't I mediates and was host for the oc- Severe attacks during past years.5

honor of her son, Bobbie, who [meeting., Starke,last Spivey. feeling well yet. casion. The months with condition
Wilson, young people had a growing
celebrated his fifth birthday an. Artistic arrangements of yellow Beta Sigma Phi and Mrs. Ralph and Charlotte Little Bobby Nolan was sick Miss Patsy Smith will play her very nice time.WilkinsonBell. steadily worse.

niversary. The party was held and white chrysanthemums and To Meet Lorraine Mosley din- last week and had to miss some first game of basketball for the Family
at the home of Bobbie's sister, other Autumn flowers were placedat MondayThe Tanner of Jacksonville were school. season with Baldwin Tuesday. Reunion fro Be Held Under Chiropractic care
Road. ,the [ner guests Sunday of Mrs. WUson's night ; patient made marked
Mrs. Dan Priest, on Alton vantage points throughout Next Improvement
'Beta Sigma Phi Sororitywill Mrs. Hattie Nolan. Miss Ginger Cannon had as her Sunday, Nov. 27, Mr. and
The circus motif was carried auditorium where the banquet mother, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Browningwere after second adjustment,
meet Monday eveningNov.. Organized guests Sunday, Jo Ann Mideyette, Mrs. Jack Wilkinson will entertain
out in every detail in Decoratingfor table was placed for membersand 28, 8 o'clock at the home of Teenagers Club met at Kay Strickland, Delores Coleman, visitors of Mr. and Mrs. with a family reunion honor- after a series of adjustments,
the A group of Teenagers Francis Coleman patient now enjoys the best of
party their guests. Mrs. 1003 Call Shirley Wilkinson and and family Sunday ing members of both
Howard Myers, Mrs. C. B. Nolan, Sonny Boy of their
cake with an the home of [ and attended health he has ever Lad.
The was topped centered the
birthday The table was Singing Convention
Griffis of Maxville Bell's
St., with Mrs. Leon Gray co- Nov. 17, for and Glenn and Wilkinson's
with a merry-go-round and the arrangement of giant white chrysanthemums hostess. .i Thursday afternoon organizing, a club Jones of Jacksonville. They attended at the Maxville Baptist a basket dinner will be enjoyedand It is difficult for many to
little circus animals around the interspersed with the purpose of Church Sunday.Mr. .
the singing convention [ it is hoped that all relativeswill understand how
All members are requested to officers. The group Chiropracticcan
and electing ,
merry-go-round held the tiny miniature yellow mums and balanced and Mrs. James Pritchardof
Sunday afternoon. attend this occasion. benefit these
bring one or two Xmas gifts to to meet twice a month, on cases but
birthday candles. Favors repeated candles. plans Jacksonville and Mr. and
by burning yellow be sent to the patients at Florida and fourth Thursdayswith Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Harris and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Garrisonof since the nervous system controls -
thf chosen i motif, with Place cards carrying out the the second Pritchard Sr. visited with Mrs.Pritchard's Starke
J. Par- family and Mrs. L. spent Sunday with Mr. each function of the body
end State Hospital, Chattahoochee.There Mrs. Nolan, Mrs. D. R. Griffis
clown : whistles
hats. other theme and holding parents Mr. and Mrs.
Thanksgiving and :Mrs. ;it is
Claude Greene. easily understood how
will be a stork showerfor Mrs. F. B. Coleman acting spent Sunday in Jacksonville with :Mr. and a
circus souvenirs rish and
being given to small corsages of baby mums, Mrs. Ray Taylor followingthe Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Denmark and Frank Brown and family, last Mrs. Joe Lucas and family also pressure on the nerves that
each child. designated the places for the as co-sponsors. [Wednesday. I I[had dinner with the control our breathing
Greenes. can cause
follows: family.
Icecream regular business meeting. Officers elected were as They all went .to the zoo
cake, cookies, and Mr. and
guests E. D. Higginbo such a condition.
Claude in the afternoon. Sonny Boy Griffis,
Parrish, president; Ginger Cannon -
candles were served the little Following the dinner, whichwas Jo Ann tham and visited
family Mrs.
honored guest and his friends by served by"Mrs. W. H. Smith, Sandra RegisterIs North, vice president; Jewel Hig Barbecue At Lucas Home Higginbotham's family, with Mr. and and Glenn Jones attended Removal of the nerve pressure -

his mother, Mrs. Dodd his sister, Mrs. Dave Paulk, and Mrs. Tyler HonoreeLittle ginbotham, secretary; Minnie Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lucas enter- Mrs. H. A. Sweat and family in [church Starke at the Pine Valley Churchin will correct such conditions
Mrs. Priest Party treasurer; Evelyn Cole- tained Friday night, Nov. 18 with Sunday night. If tired
and Mrs. Jimmy Jones, the brief business meetingwas Coleman, [Macclenny Sunday. While there Local you are of being ill
social chairman, a barbecue beef ;Boy Uonort'dSpecialist Consult Your
Richards. reporter; supper honoring Chiropractic First
Babs man ; I
conducted by Miss Sandra Register, daughter they attended services at the I
Marie Bell; song leader, Grace !the former members of the 1952 Third Class HaroldR.
Lance, and Mrs. C. J. Church of God
president of Mr and Mrs. Freeman and also attended PHONE
Florida [Harris; and pianist, Bonnie Harris. i G. I. Farm Class of Baldwin. En- (Rudy) Higginbotham of the 108
Houpt, sponsor. Register Js., celebrated her 'fifth are to this funeral services for Lester Hauler- 151st '
interested teenagers joying occasion with Transportation
Mr. and Co., Fort
I Miss Lance introduced as All son at
birthday Monday, at which time Manntown Cemetery.Mrs. BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC
Of Woman's ClubsI home of Mrs. Nolan Mrs. Lucas and Eustis, Va.
; meet at the family were Mr. was selected the driver
speakers for the evening a
,, guest
her mother entertained for her S.
A. ,
Friday night, Nov.25, to go on and Mrs. R. E. Jones and family, Hicks of Lawtey of the week on Nov. 7 afteran
the Zeta Tau
Sponsors ContestThe group Of girls from at Mama Priest's Kindergarten. visited
Sunday with her
Bring brother-
weiner roast. Johnie Kast and inspection
son Mr. and conducted
a hay ride."and by the
j at the
Alpha sorority Universityof
Sandra's birthday cake was iced and be there Mrs. Ivy Lucas and in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Maintenance Personnel CLINIC
and buns
Florida Federation of Florida in Gainesville. The weiners family, and at the
Women's Clubs is sponsoring a girls, Misses Adell Scholl, Nancy little in white yellow and candles.topped with five not later than 8 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clark of Bald- I Leslie attended Sweat services and family, and also Army Headquarters. It was Located 3 blocks north of the

state-wide contest on poetry and Richbourg, Peggy Conkling, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wellhausenwere win, Mr. and Mrs. Lee of Calla- at the Maxville awarded for his initiative, hard Post Office
Favors for the morning party in Starke last Tues- Church Sunday morning. ,work and effort. I Starke Fla.
the short story. In the first classification Joy Envor, talked about collegelife han, and Mr. and Mrs. Wisdom Ginger Cannon Jo Rudy was re-
Mid-j I
were candy-filled toy trains, horns, warded with
entries will be receivedin and held a round table dis- [ a three-day pass, all .
and vari-colored ballons. day.Friends Mrs. Danny Elias I
the Italian sonnet; blank verse cussion for the girls who are
Refreshments of punch and be glad to hear that she is
and triolet with a maximum of 14 interested in entering college next will
lines. The short story competition cake were served by Mrs. Register, [recuperating nicely from an opera
year.Other assisted by Mrs. Priest and Miss tion performed in St. Vincent'sHospital
will be based on stories on honored at this
the history of Florida and the delightful meeting were guests Mrs. C. L. Helen Haines. in Jacksonville on oct.j'' The Most Appreciated Gift

folklore of Florida, with a maximum the Senior 22. %
Scholl, president of
of 3000 words. TTTVTfTTTVTVTTTTTTTTTTVT Mr. and Mrs. Deanne Hill
Club, Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, im- Is The USEFUL Gift
with -
All members of the Starke mediate past president of the ed in Jessup, Ga. Saturday -
Woman's Club are eligible to en MAXVILLEBy Mr.*Hill's father, H. F. Hill.
Senior Club, Mrs. Steve Simmons,
ter the contests. Entries shouldbe Joe Lucas was a guest of Mr.

sent to Mrs. R. F. Young, who [sponsor, and of Mrs.the Junior R. F. Demorestand Woman'sClub Mrs. C. B. Nolan and Mrs. Avery Slade and familyin This Christmas ice are in a better position than ever beforeto

is chairman for the local group. Mrs. W. B. Sewell, school AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL'Wing Hampton Monday afternoon. help you with your Holiday Gift Problems With our ever
Deadline for the entered Doctors -
poetryshortstory Simeon Phillips
[ of the Little Women.
competition will be Feb. sponsors Workers Meet [Hospital in Starke Tuesday af- expanding Office Supply Department, ice now have on display

15 and all entries should be sent The ternoon, Nov. 21, for diagnosisand items that
High School PTA 'illing Workers Club met many we could not stock before Come in and
to Mrs. Young prior to that time. treatment .
Thursday, Nov. 17, at the homeof
Winners will be announced at Has 'Back To School' their sponsor, Mrs. C. B. Nolan.A Mrs. J. C. Nolan attended a look around for a USEFUL Gift ... one that will be appreciated

the State Convention in Lakelandin business meeting was held, af stork shower at the home of Mrs. the whole year through. .

April. The November meeting of the ter which the children played Ed Harris in Jacksonville Friday .

High School PTA was held in the games and had refreshments. A night honoring Mrs. Ralph Silas.

Garden Club high school library Monday night. small group carried fruit and Mr. and Mrs. Deanne Hill were

To Meet MondayThe The meeting was opened with funny books to little Bobby dinner guests of Mrs. Hill's brother By Demand -- L

prayer by J. T. Kirkland. The Godwin who has been ill for sev- and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. _

Starke Garden Club will parents and teachers enjoyed the eral week now and not able to R. E. Howell, and son in Jack- Wonderful Wonderful Gifts I

meet Monday night, Nov. 23, at ten minute class periods carried meet with them. Those present [sonville Sunday. Our Stock otIs '

the Parish house Church street. out in the "Back to School" pro- at the the
on meeting were, Patty Par- Among those attending

During the program, Mrs. C. gram. rish, Carolyn Chilson, Lana Nolan greater Jacksonville Fair Satur by. r

R. Hook of Melrose will give a Tom Casey gave an interestingtalk Linda Waters, Helen and day night were Mr. and Mrs. ,
demonstration of Christmas dec- on the requirements of a Alene Sweat Wade i
Godwin, Shir James Coleman, Mr. and Mrs.

orations. graduate. ley Higginbotham, Susie Harris, Oscar Wilkinson, Mr and Mrs.

Hostesses for the evening will After the meeting refreshmentswere B. F. Coleman, Henry Wellhausen, Wilbur Wilkinson and son, I
be Mrs. J. D. Doyle, chairman, served in the home economics !

Miss Dorothy Ross, Mrs. Essie room with Miss Barbara

Crosby, Mrs. L. 0, Hazen and Bunch, teacher, and her studentsas Beautiful Healthy Parrakeets the Largest and Most Beautiful we ha 'e., .S\f .

)Irs. V. A. Nichols.Woodman hostesses. Rose ever offered. If you are not already a satisfied 9 '::1 .
r Billy Parrakeet Farm
There will be no meeting in De Esterbrook user ask the man who owns I

CircleThe cember as school will be out on On Highway 21 Keystone Heights one. Pens, Pencls and Desk Sets by .
{the regular PTA meeting night. America's Oldest Penmaker.

Supreme Forest Woodman I Tropical Fish Black Mollies Petile-Pak Set-daintypurse -
Circle will hold its first meetingof 'Circle Four WSCS I Ize: and --
pen -
Baby birds easily trained, full of love and affection. Make
the new year, Tuesday, Nov. The Popular' pencil in handy find-
Met MondayThe wonderful pets. All in full plumage in all colors. Blues In all able case. Choice of
29, at 7:30 p.m. in the WOW Hall.
shades. Yellows, and point, choice of 6 _
greens, white. Also yellow-faced blues.
All members attend
are urged business and -
regular pro- DESK SET pastel colors $5.00
as committees will be appointed gram meeting ot the Methodist All raised and acclaimated to 'our Florida climate. Hundreds to
choose from. Auto-Fil Desk Pen Set-with the
WSCS was held Monday afternoonat U
j pen That fills itself from a giant Ink.
Refreshments will be served j 3 o'clock in the sanctuary of the s In
OVER A THOUSAND BREEDERS ON HAND In Black I? fountain the base. Fountain-bos
after the meeting.Marriage Methodist Church with the presi- needs Ink only 4 times yearly in
Also Beautiful Selection of Cages 3.25 normal use. Choice' of point choice
Mrs. Godwin, con-
I dent, Henry /, It of color . . $4.00
Licenses ducting the business meeting.

i Mrs. L. Hillendahl had chargeof I In Colors ,

Marriage license applicationslast the program and gave an O

week include: interesting skit on the subject, 3.75

Aaron Andrew Hutcheson, 20, "sign-in guests" and the panelwas I :

Starke, and Lorene Helen Heder- composed of Mrs. H. H.
Also comes with chain attached for use in ,
ling, 18, Starke. Adams, Mrs. R. S. Mullins, Mrs.1 REMODELING Service Stations e'a ,
Motels, Restaurants, Banks, ,
James Pa\il Drier, 23, Starke, Virginia Schwab, and Mrs. Foster 4 I
and Jimmie Clay Cole, 18, Starke. I Shi Smith. I etc.NOW'. \

Mrs. G. S. Newcomb gave the I

devotional !' The L

Deluxe "K" Pocket Set-
Walter ReaganCelebrates Thread the point IV\ Beautiful, deep-toned Ester

2 PIECE SECTIONAL SOFA 8 Ideal of your choice brook Pen and matching Push
BirthdayWalter MORE FEATURES n.lnto the barrel Pencil. Gleaming metal cops.
Gift boxed . $$la3
Regan celebrated his +tL '
sixth birthday anniversary last I I Gilt Give them an Esterbrook this Christmas .
when his mother -
11 Friday afternoon one of many beautiful pen and pencil sets,

,. Mrs. E. H. Reagan, entertained L ,: 1'j I or or a marvelous desk pen set. All will be
for him in his first grade
presents of easier, smoother writing, because
school room.
,1,1k After playing several games j Student, you choose the right point for any. kind, anyway

the children were given favors of of writing. More than 30 point styles.

7JH multi-colored candies. balloons and hard i Teacher,

l b Refreshments of ice cream and NEW

SO CAUtD, HORN OF 1... individual cakes were served to H o

RHINOCtROS IS MOT WORN*i3U1 Walter and his classmates. a REM I N G TON eOFFICE EQUIPMENT

|A MM MODIFIED HAIR IMA? Assisting in entertaining and Wife
13 Al VAc iW'ro ONW 1.4E.SWW
.. AND HOT To 1111: SKUU.' serving the young people were his 1JI I.h", When in need of the Heavier Items of

teacher, Miss Madge Middleton Office Desks Chairs _
WAS 5191-95 u. / Equipment -
and two of the home room mothers NOW $169.95CO or ,
We're aware that we have Filing Cabinets, etc. Get Our Prices
Mrs. Harry Mooty, and Mrs.E. .
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Thursday night. The meetingwas

I opened with devotionals by .
Mrs. Marie Morgan A Thanksgiving r

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( s-s-rrrrrs-t rrrsrsrrsrrsSSrSrrrrr-s- -r ____ Maj. and Mrs. Harry Hatcher Mr. and Mrs. W. J. .Epperson i Mr. and Mrs. Frow Strickland Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and daughter -t day with Rev. A. C. Richardson ;.1: at 10 a.m.ith Supt. Homer Williams _

and son, Harry Jr., spent Thanks- and daughter. Sally Ann and and family are spending from Evelyn, returned Sunday of Gainesville, in charge. Due to- in charge. The lesson wa>

giving in Atlanta, Ga. as. guestsof their sn-in-law and daughter, Thursday to Sunday in Miami as night from Douglas, Ga. after I death in the family the pastor j i I. reviewed beautifully by Mrs. R _

Mrs. Hatcher's mother. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Gay and their guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Rjc- spending a week there with Mrs. had to be out of town. Sunday J. Washington wife of the pas

Sarah Barton. baby, of Gainesville spent Thanks- caroL They will attend the Sinclair's mother, Mrs. W. S. School was opened at 10 a.m. I I tor. She explained the Evidences

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green and giving Day at Keystone Heightsas ,Florida-Miami game. Slade. They were accompaniedhome with Supt U. K. Chandler in I, of Jesus' Power so clearly that _____

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hooten of guests of Mrs. Epperson's I Mr. and Mrs. A. I*. Crosby Jr. by :Mr. Sinclair who went charge. Morning and evening I[I even the smallest children were _

Eustis were guests last Sundayof parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. and family will spend Thanksgiving up for them Saturday. worship sen-ices were conducted 'j i able to answer her question. Spe- _
IN THE Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutchings. Richard.Mr. Day in Jacksonville with Mrs. Friends of Mrs. J. L. Andersonwill f by Rev. Richardson. At 4 p.m. I'I'f cial Thanksgiving service will beheld
Thomas Crews of Venus is the and Mrs. Vernon Silcox Crosby's brother-in-law and sister, be interested to know that Covenant meeting was held and on Thursday at the church
II I a guest this week of his son' and and son, David, and Mrs. D.'"I.. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Glisson. she has been transferred back to explained fully by the acting I[;The Heroines of Jericho will turn _

Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Payne and danghter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Silcox, were guests ThanksgivingDay Mr and Mrs. E. M. Davis will the management of the Gold pastor. The spirit was high all I''out at the church at 2:00 p.m

have as their Thanksgiving holi- son Marty, are spending the Lester Crews, and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell of Mrs. Vernon Silcox's parents spend Thanksgiving Day in Archer House Restaurant here after day Sunday. Rev. Perry will deliver the anniversary -

day guests, Mrs. Peek's mother, Thanksgiving holidays in Pompano Mr. and :Mrs. George Roberts, with Mrs. Davis' sisters. Mrs. .P. spending six weeks in Albany, Ga. Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church, Rev.E. sermon and will be

_ Mrs. W. H. Holland, and Mr. and Beach with friends. Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Knight in Lawtey. |E. Stone and Miss Mamie Ander- where she opened a new Gold L. Walker pastor, held serv- j assisted by Reverends A. R Randolph

Mrs. C.V.. Walters ,of Dublin, Mrs. L G. Harris and childrenare and son, Douglas, of Gainesvillewere Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Ashurstj son.Joan House Restaurant. ices all day Sunday. Church ,, R. j. Washington and

Ga., Mrs. Roy Ward' and children spending the Thanksgiving gue&ts Saturday of Mrs.D. of Cocoa were weekend guests of Flora, and Susan Slade Col. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin were school opened at 10 a.m. Morn others. The public is invited if _

George and Jane, and Dar- holidays with relatives in Bax- E. KnightMrs. Mr; and Mrs. L. O. Hazen. On will spend this weekend in Atlanta dinner guests last Sunday of Mr. ing and evening sermons were attend. All members of Allen

by Peek of Lake City. They ley, Ga. They were joined for R. S. Mullins and son, Saturday Mrs. Hazen and her ,- Ga. as'guests of their brother and Mrs. M. E. Coker in Jack- preached by Rev. Walker. On I Chapel are asked to give $1 each

were Joined for ThanksgivingDay Thanksgiving dinner by Mr. Har- Robin, are spending the Thanksgiving guests attended the Shrine convention and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.. sonville. Sunday. Nov. 29 the pastors and I i!on the circulating heater for the

dinner by Mr. Peek's mother holidays in Ocala with in Jacksonville. T H. Slade, Jr. Dr. ,and Mrs. Pete G. Felos returned members of ML Pisgah and ML church parsonage on Thursday _____

Mrs. S. L. Peek. ris.Mrs.. E. W. Hayes returned Mrs. Mullins' mother, :Mrs L..T. Sen. S. D. Clark of Monticello: I James High of Jacksonville wall I Sunday after spending a Nebo will visit Rev. Johnson and -Give the offering as a Thanksgiving

Mr. and Mrs. L., D. Vining are Saturday from a week's visit with Izlar. spent Tuesday and Wednesday spent the Thanksgiving holidays two weeks' vacation in Chicago, members of Macedonia Baptist j l Gift for having a church

spending the Thanksgiving holi- her son, Enos Hayes, in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis J. Malone here'as the guest of Sen. and !here with his fiancee, Miss Carolyn 111. Church in Hampton, at 3 p.m. i in which to worship God.

days in Augusta Ga. as guests The senior class of BHS spent have Thanksgiving guests Mr. Mrs. C.;E. Johns. |Edwards, and her parents, Mr. and "Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley and All members and friends are invited -

_ of Mrs.. Vintages brother and last Saturday in Tallahassee' where Malone'a parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- ,!ot! J. Maurice Edwards. Mr. andMrs.: Barney McRae will to attend this sen-ice. I w.'TEDrEC.xsIXo _

sister-in-law, Mr. and, Mrs. Don they ,attended the FSU-Citadel W. EL Malone of Madison, Mr. dale and children attended the I Mary Lou Edwards will have as spend the Thanksgiving holidaysin Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church
Walker and Jacksonville last Wednes- Miami with Mr. and Mrs. Bar- quantity too large or too
Joiner. \football game. and Mrs. Vernon Fair in guests for the Thanksgiving holidays Rev. R. J. Washington pastor small

Linda Smith spent last week- Mrs. Hurdle Bryan of Alachua children of Macclenny, Mrs. Ma- day. her cousins, Norma and ney McRae Jr. and while there held regular services all day Sun us before Cash selling.market Dillard prices.'Keene.See
Mr. and Mrs. medical student l they will attend the Florida-
lone's parents, Marcus Brown, Gloria Edwards of Jacksonville.
end in Hawthorne with her cou is the guest this week of Senator : I day starting with Sunday School '117 W. Brownlee, Starke.
I of Sopchoppy, of Miami, is Miami football
Smith. and Mrs. Charley E. Johns. Archie Morrison at the University I i Mr. and Mrs. Adair of West game.
sin Sadie ,, and Miss Hazel Morrison of Tal spending the Thanksgiving holidays ]I Palm Beach :Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Crosby
spent last
lahassee.Mr. here with his mother, Mrs. I'night with his. aunt,, Mrs. Friday W. G. will spend the Thanksgiving week- Sell Rent It
It Trade II
nd Mrs. Garl Mathews M. F. Brown. !Haile. end in Miami and will attend the

have as Thanksgiving guests Mr. :Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham j j i Miss Vivian Garcia of Florida-Miami football game on
THEATRESTARKE and Mrs. Virgil Mathews of Atlantic and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. | Camp Saturday.
Blanding had as her guest several
Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Powell and family, and Mrs. H.![days last week Miss Dale Pierson Senator and Mrs. Charley E. WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
Lowell Mathews and son, Den- A. Bishop Jr. and family were Johns attended' Homecoming
I who has
just returned to the
nis of Starke.Mr. among those leaving Tuesday to I I festivities at FSU in Tallahasseelast
Dedicated To Community Service and Mrs. V. W. Stricklandand spend the remainder of the week i ia States Germany.after spending- three years weekend. I Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place

"}la\'IM Are'Better Than .Ever"If baby, spent ThanksgivingDay hunting in the Scrub. They were Jerome Johns will spend the
Mr. tnd Mrs. W00dfin Haile and 50c
Beach with Mr. Mr. Thanksgiving holidays in Padu- I
in Daytoija joined Thanksgiving Day by
Florida Theatre Ad
you find your name concealed in the : Strickland's parents, Mr. and and Mrs. Junius M. Smith and three daughters of Miami spent cha, Ky. with his fiancee, Miss EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c
It to Box Office forFREE TICKETSSat. Wednesday night with Mrs. W. G. I
cut ad out and present Mrs. V. W. Strickland, Sr. family and their house guests, ] Joan Jarmeck, and her parents. DISCOUNT OF IS PER CENT O\ TWO OR MORE INSERTIONS

r Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tra'J lam Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers and S i I Haile. She joined them for I Mrs. J. G. Godwin will spend, S3e ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS .NOT PAID IN ADVANCE
., Nov. 26-Only Sun., Mon. and Tues. I[Thanksgiving weekend as guests
of Jacksonville were ThanksgivingDay daughter, Sandi, of Jacksonville, Thanksgiving Day in Lawtey with
Nov. 27 28, 29 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haile and I
Double Feature guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Andrews III. I!jof her mother, Mrs. V. R. Reddish. (WANTED TO BUY-Used Girls sidewalk FOR RENT-Unfurnished five n>om

BROS. <*mmm* ;;*Cwtwy-fo; pn sn$ B. Mundy.Mr. Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mr. and I other relatives in Rutledge, Ga. Mrs. J. R. Godwin spent Tues- Dorothy bicycle Water.in, phone good 256-J.condition. I port masonry, screened bungalow porch, Ehowrr 713 Lauia i-ai '

; ( CtARK JANE .ROBERT and Mrs. G. M. Lee and Mrs. Junius M. Smith and son, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burtonof day and Wednesday in Gainesville I' Itchg *t. Phone 1ST, Mr.. i>. 10;. Knigb'

R'IADRtO daughter, Zora, of Macon Ga. Butch, spent the weekend in Or- Atlanta, Ga. are guests this with Mrs. Oscar H. Thomas. FOR RENT-Warehouse or garage .j tf'hg

.>L1 GABLE RUSSELL RYAN were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. lando with Mr. Smith's brother- week of Mr. Burton's brotherinlaw Rep. Doyle E. Conner attended on 301 in Starke $10 per month. FOR !IHMNE ILK! : -! CI.O.-K INIDK4L
i Wilbur Scott. 820 XW 24th Ave., I PROPERTY
and Mrs. E. F. Miles. in-law sister Mr. and Mrs. and sister Mr. and Mrs. J. Homecoming festivities at FSU in I '154 FEET on South side of $.
....... as theittllii..... I ;. and L. Anderson. I r.ainesville. Fla. Ztchg 12/2 Thompson St between MidiM'Ave. <
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herlong J. Ernest Jones, and Mrs. Smith'sfather I ''Tallahassee last weekend.1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I[STRAY COW at my place, owner and South St. Closing estau

\ I and Mrs. Carrie Adams have as W. T. Weeks, and her .. ........ | may have by identifying and i/ay- Uargain, 'ike price. Also Magic <'h..:
.y..y..yy. range nl'$1001Il'Wltt <
I ing for feed and ad. J. K White
I Thanksgiving guests Mr. and brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Jones. Phone
1 ONEMASCOP I' I Raiford Road. Starke. Itp 7. tarkl'. Fla. Ui'h!;
t..defoI Mrs. Mark M. Herlong and son, Mrs. G. K. Bennett.Mr. I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED '
FOR SALE Several kinds of baled, PARTLY FURNISHED hous' i ,
I 5'tohC Rodney, Mr. and Mrs. F. Vastin and Mrs. George Flynn Jr. I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD I hay. One-bale to 10 tons. J. L" Rent. Five rooms and bath Ad
Herlong and son, Mark, all of and son, Reggie, spent Monday I I I White Uaiford Road. Starke. lip I joins on paved school street.grounds.I'hone Corner 137 Mri-. l in'

4 Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. B. R. night with his parents, Mr. and :I Rv Ozora Johnson, Editor I }''':'IU: HELP \VATKD'STENOGRAPHER D. E. Knight. tfi-hg
.WAiRCOLORriJ JTurnipseed and sons, Dick and, Mrs. : Under 25. Permanent -
&.....m 'p 1' George Flynn. I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA., AAAAAAAA I position. 5 day week.'ExI FOR REXT-Furnished four rom
OOROTHY MAlONEa.r.: Bennie, of Augusta, Ga.; Dr. and: Mr. and Mrs. Steve Simmons I cellent working conditions. Apply house. I acre garden plot Ele_ .
.c -. Mrs. Mark Adams and family of holiday j Marriage Announcement classes taught by Zeporah Jennings -I Box 4338, Jacksonville 1, Fla. I tric range. circulating heater At
PEGGIE CASTLE Plus "Plate S)' 1phony" Cartoon have as their Thanksgiving j Itohg cess to Lake.' $25 per mont
JSSSSK; Lake J Deacon and Mrs. Vasco Mitchell who :stars and Stripes, Kingsley Lake
.' And Latest World News Raiford; Mrs. S. E. Foy of guests Mr. Simmons' mother, I tied with $2 each. I I
;: 'ILSnrcl Mrs. Lucille Dunn Hawthorne i announce the marriage of their Other schools CARPENTER WORK Remodel- UP
City; of Mrs. Paul Wilhelm, Mrs. Anna I reporting were: I ing Cement Blocks, Roofing and
-And-. A. RUSELL NORMAN ; and Dr. and Mrs. H. H.belle Street, and Miss Lynda (son, Harold, to Flossie Lee Morris. i Thurston Elementary, $2.70; Law- siding. Cement work. Chas. A. FOR REXT-Three bedroom horn.

T- KNOCKOUTIr_ Fri'- Adams and 'family of Starke.Dr. Anellgrove, all of Miami; and his '1A quiet but impressive ceremonywas ,!tey Training, $5.80; RJE Elementary -1 I, Sorrell.' do Telegraph. tfohgI O.Keystone Bollinger.Heights, Phone lOS lit H
Wed. Thur. and I performed at the home of the
M. B. Herlong left Mondayto grandmother, Mrs. Rose Mazzar- Department, $10.57; Water- FOR SALE-House! and 9% acres FOR REXT
-'-- Nov. 30, Dec. 1. 2 j groom by Rev. H. Walker No- oak cleared and fenced. Lights and o.tttag-
on Elementary
: $1.05; Hampton just redecorated. .
1 Modern
spend this week hunting in I ello of Philadelphia, Pa. water. Two miles West of Law- conven
vember 8. The couple is at home Training. $1.25; and RJE High ,tey, Raiford Rd., See Freeman iences, near school. Adull--
1I, the scrub. He joined his brother- Jerry Harris, a student at Starling Mrs.. A. F. Saul, 633 McMahoi.
to Itp
in Lincoln School
I City. $10.50. Total amount reported phone 183W. tfrhg
in-law, Claude Robinson, and I Georgia Tech in Atlanta, Ga., and
M 1 UTU UM tftW>fifl( Sports $31.87. The money was ,
others of Jacksonville who are! Miss Betty Lou Harris, a student MONEY TO INVEST in desirabi.
"V I Scores of 'turned
'ti Bradford
I County over to Mrs.
Mioua UIOM ftoaucHa RUSSELL enjoying a week's stay at Mr., at the University of Florida in MargueriteHall I SARATOGA HEIGHTS Real Estate! of any kind in an>
ROSALIND ;alumni attended the football game executive secretary of the'Bradford location; especially! appealing '
Robinson's Gainesville, are spending the UNIT No. 2 out-of-state ,
THE SQUARE FERNANDO LAMAS inJEWSH- camp. ''on between investor. None oon
Saturday Southern
County Chapter of sidered without complete informa
Mr. and Mrs. Ressie Colson Thanksgiving holidays here with i(University and Florida A & M. j IA merican Red Cross. Mrs. Hall I I' Three bed room masonry home tion (including price location dc
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. scription) in first letter.
\RIKO : had Thanksgiving Day guestsMr. BOW under construction In WRITE
as The Rattlers had the
game under was very well pleased with the to K. Cass, 2ig X.
j I Charles Harris. Starke'n newest additI n. Prlee St., MUll
Colson's parents, Mr. and, j control from start to finish. The report made by the.coordinator of to veteran $100.00 with appll- kogee, Okla. 3tp 12 !'
KCI MO1 Uim Ml IH UMKTltAMI ; Mrs: G. B. Colson of Brooker, and Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd final : ration to parrhane, (:W.OO In
score was 51-0. More than the drive
turn mi cams raua-rruvuIMM _ _ _ of I Supervisor Johnson. thirty days and ,:as.00 at cloving.
M*U-tdM M. I...-.-k-- a.-s _-_ Mrs. Colson's parents, Mr. and I Chattahoochee were guests 110,000 fans witnessed this game PTA and Hobby Club Chit-Chat i Trice to non veterans $25000 1 FOR ished RE Furnished and unfurn.
.p.-pU1 Eddl.PJbt1..iGOiDHQVS1' F. Flume of Starke. Tuesday night of Mr. and Mrs. t with application to purchase apartments. Also small cot
Mrs. F. that was a disappointment to J Wateroak I tages. Desirable.
School Close la
Elementary ioca-
.Plus "First Mad Man" Cartoon A Paramount P t>ir. Green. and as low as &00.00 at closing. tion. W. II.
And Chap. No..4 Serial Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale and I'Lex !southern U fans. Eight chartered will hold regular PTA on Monday, I Buy now and select the interior ison. Nollman 22S W. Mad
Plus "Past Perfumance" Cartoon I Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, I and for bath and kit- Itchg
'Dec. colors tile
r- daughter, Linda, spent Sunday in I ,Greyhound buses and many cars 4, in the cafeteria of the
MRS. JESSIE YOUNG And Latest World News Jacksonville visiting Mr. and Mrs Mrs. A. O. Andreu, Mrs. Della :came>500 miles to see the rattlers ""school. This is a new project be- I chen.overnight See and the plans make. keep your them selection. I

: Hagan, and Miss Hannah Swindell I If want to
'T strike times. vou own a
''. .- ._. ._...- --- Jack Sale and T. Frank Landrum. seven ,ing sponsored by principal May- tome it will pay you. to ln\et>ti- LOW COST
are spending the Thanksgiving I The RJE Tigers and Tigerettesare belle E. Roberts and the patrons I rate this.FLORIDA.

holiday in Marianna as guests of still drilling hard trying to get 'of the school. Only a few pay- : Liability Insurance

Mr. and :Mrs. M. E. York and ]ready for the opening game earlyin ments are due on the kitchen REALTY CO.

family.Mr. December. According to Coach range. All patrons are asked to I Of StarkeReal I Contact Us Concerning the

and Mrs. Lex Green's guests! 'Elmer Shell this season should be support the milk program and the EAtate Broker I NEW INSURANCE LAW

I SPECIALS on Thanksgiving Day were; Mrs.Y. 'outstanding. The material in the hot lunch program of the school. 335: Temple Ave. Telephone 3S3

A. Harris, mother of Mrs. 'main is green, but he expects it I. Hampton Training School PTAis Mirke Florida I No Membership Fees

Green, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harris |;to ripen by opening? night. The sponsoring movies each Friday !I' BEST RATES

I and family, all of Gainesville; [court is being repaired for the'night to help the school program. j h:No quantity W.-\ TED too large- PECANS or too smalL I IN TOWN

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stevensonof I opening. Miss RJE contest has The pictures are being brought : Cash market prices. See us 6 Months Policies _

_ Sebastain; Mr. and Mrs. R. S. started and will climax during theI [from Starke by Mrs. E. Givens and i for Brownlee selling., Phone Dillar 187 Keene 12tp 117%be-I

SERTA Johns of Lake Butler; and Mr. I I basketball season. 'son. The main feature is usually i Doyle E. CONNER

- M and Mrs. Charles Harris and District Athletic Meeting ,I,an outstanding western. Seleced INSURANCE

4'a' family, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Mc- I I. On Sunday, Nov. 20, at 2:30: p.m. 'shorts are always added. Principal AGENCY

4- .. a Griff Sr., Mr. and Mrs. G. J. .Alachua County Training School I Mellonease Taylor is pleased with I Ph. 285 136 W. Call

InnerspringMattresses McGriff Jr., and Mrs. Ethel. was host to District in Class "B" attendance so far and is asking the I _

Parks, all of Starke. !I of the Florida Inter-scholastic Athletic patrons at Keystone, Hampton, : I'iFOR RENT-Partly Furnished

Kathryn Kelly, a student at I Association. NeV River and even Brooker to house, 139 Church St. Key at
the University of Florida in Bradford County was representedby attend these shows each Friday j Kitty's. 239 Temple Ave. Itchg

Gainesville is the Coach Elmer Shell. Several i i.Music
spending holidays night. \FOR SALE-New 8 x 8 x 16 Concrete -
here with her parents, Mr. coaches were able to confirm dates Education for Adults j r block. I9c.: Cement 11,50
PHONE 414-J per bag. Mortar Mix $1.30
I and Mrs. J. R. Kelly. .J for basketball games but were not Announcements were sent to bag. Bradford: Engineering pe Co.

DOUBLE MATTRESS 29-95 Mrs. T. J. Griffin returned home]:able to complete schedules.,Watch I all churches in Starke and vicinity -I Ii I! phone 94. Starke. tfj _
I i this, for the schedule of the READY NOW for that special dinner -
Tuesday after spending ten daysin I paper :! i by E. E. Minott, music specialist I Young Double-Breasted
W '. ,, REGULAR 39.95 VALUE Jacksonville with her son-in- I I!Tigers and Tigerettes that are be- for the county. He urgedall I Grade A Turkeys. Phone YU-.- j 1 RADIOS REPAIRED
; drilled and coached each week 4221 Opal's Turkey Farm Flora-
law and daughter Dr. and MrsC. ling interested in All ..
persons learningto home, Fla. tf Mali. All Models
C. Mendoza. She by Inez Butler and Elmer Shell. i II ftratoaable rbarcr jnumteM
was accompanied the conductor
I AND BOX SPRINGS 29- i Missionary I'lay play piano sing, CHAS. (;. SHEPhERD
home by Mrs. Mendoza, train church choirs to come j I, HEAL ESTATE !01 W. (all it. tiUrfce Ph. MLICENSED
j On :Monday, Nov. 28, Miss Ethel
REGULAR 39.95 VALUE who spent the day here. out this week and register for the FOR SALE
_ ,V. will WELL DRILLER. Sam
I i present a religious -
Kim Bennett of Orlando arrived class. The Thanksgiving Holiday Jordan. We guarantee Water
ALSO drama depicting the in- 22: trart of land with 3-roora I Phone 5296%. Mdroye, Fla.
Thursday to spend the remainder -I' will delay action until Dec. 5, at iI j ji acre 1125i
terest of youth in home and for- dnelliop. electric light and
ji TwinMattresses. of the week here with i which time we hope for a record- mater, faring (MM) feet ou V. S. i WANTED-Experienced legal secretary -
:feign mission. The group of girls 301 adJacent to new Dlot l. Ideal '1 four afternoons
BOTH FOR S9 no his cousin, Butch Smith. attendance. We will per week
., breaking
:I And Springs 'from RJE have been working long I for development or for ilirst- _Pox 842. Starke. ltth
I I Rep. and Mrs. Doyle E. Conner need at least 20 pensons in this ment. Priced right with lerma.List .
and hard for this
production which "FOR RENT-Spacious downstairs 5
AvailableROLLAWAY and baby son, accompanied .youcan't afford to miss. The class to insure the soundness for I your Farm. Dwelling, room apartment; 2 bedrooms, 2
by Mrs. Conner's brother-in-law organization. We would like to Acreage and Lots with aB *. I baths. 324 N. Walnut St See 01
I members and friends are happyto \\' SELL THEM call Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, phone 97tfchg
and sister Mr. and Mrs. Cecil see Adult Education remain in
welcome back Rev. D. W.
Sewell and daughter, Pam, of the county, but it is entirely up*< Florida Realty Co.
Demps who will be the pastor for I I II
\( BEDS I Jacksonville, spent Thanksgiving !the next conference year. WeIwish to the adult population. Don't Of Starke RUBBER STAMPS made to order;

I Day in Marianna with Mrs. B. E.!I for him a most pleasurable I let this great opportunity getaway I daters facsimile, numberers.stamps. Bradford notary County seals, '

Bennett, mother of Mrs. Conner 'and profitable tenure. I 35S:>> Temple Ase. Phone 383 Telegraph.: tf
and Mrs. Sewell. I Starke, Florida
Youth Day Successful Foreign Educators VisitD.
If You Have Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Newcomband General Consultant BILL F
95 According to reports to your E. Williams | SOTO

17 Mrs. H. P. Moye, all of Or- ,editor, the program for the Youth I in Instruction, with State pine A."lTED-I00OOO sapling posts 7'or long more, 3" to green 5' in SIGN SHOPOne

TZieaeh1s; L. lando, are Thanksgiving guests I lof New Bethel Baptist Church, Dept. of Education, Tallahassee, diameter outside; measurementswith _
bark on; and 20,000 to 30.000
Is And of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Newcomb, ,Rev. A. Vinson pastor, was very, visited the schools of Bradford 7%' long, same diameter, to be Mile South
and with well accompanied by two loaded on railroad cars at any On
Up enjoyed being Byron I conducted and received by'County point on Seaboard Railroad, 3000 Keystone Highway

... Newcomb, who is home on leave i members and friends. The pro., visitors from Thailand and Egypt to 3500 to the car and are to be Phone 178-L

from Ft Jackson, S. C. i gram was led by Miss Frances i L. H. Gibson and Mrs. R. F. purchased f.o.b. loading a week.point
from two to three cars
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes j Jenkins, Maurice White and others., Demorest served as guides to Interested parties contact, Florida All Types Signs

spent Sunday in Brooker with IFeatures included music, recreations ., the visitors while Mr. Williams Wauchula Fence Post Florida.Company Itcbg, Inc.12/2.

BE SURE TO SEE 4DrawerUNFINISHED Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Hayes. I singing and drama. All I had a conference with Principals 255 PAID: STATE ON SAVINGS BANK -- KEYSTONE KEYSTONE ..

persons present were pleased to and Thompkins and FILL .
John Adams and Mike Darby I Anderson BULL-DOZING MIGHTS.. FLA, MEMBER
THE MANY BARGAINS note the progress that is being, Supervisor Ozora Johnson at the FD1C.
spent last Wednesday at Horse- DIRT LAND CLEARING
CHEST !made by the future church leaders i RJE School. A delicious lunch-
shoe with their respective fathers, Free Catalogs
IN UNFINISHEDFURNITURE of Starke. eon was served the group by Oyster Shell Peat Humus
Dr. H. H. Adams, and Chas. A. Mrs New oat ,rome ky fer free Cat-
Darby Each of the boys shot PTA Mariager Alma Jenkins. Bldg. Sand-Paving Driveways .leg and Literature. See weal
The PTA held regular meeting, Williams complimented the staff Bargains lu this lu..e.

9S his limit of ducks. I on Monday night with President:J highly on the preparation of the OVID LEWIS STROUT REALTY

17 Col. J. A. Griffin, B. T. Thomas, E.' L. Walker A ,I with Johnle
I presiding. complete food. He was quite pleased W. Madison St. Starke I I Hansen Representative
Judge G. L. 'Patten L. N. Pickering ,
coverage of old and new'I the general appearance of the PH. MG-W StarkeF1a.

OUR BUDGET PLAN D. L. Thomas, and Lavern i'business was made by the chair physical plant and the educa- i*. O. Hex 307

I Outlaw are among those huntingin ''man. Remarks were made by tional experiences encountered FOR SALE-Youth bed with spring, Ph. Waldo 1I -8-3n

IS SURE TO A Real Bargain the Scrub this week. On Principal Price, Supervisor Johnson -. while In the county. two mattresses and bedspread- ti
$20. 200 E. Adkins St.
I Thanksgiving Day they were 1 and Deacon Johnson has
Price of Gaines. Supervisor Ozoro LADIES WANTED To demon"tr;.
Iii At This Price joined by their wives and Mr. and I ville. Hobby Club will meet Mon. just returned from a March of FOR SALE-One Hot Plate, one Tupperware. Contact Mildr*
I SUIT YOU Kitchen Attic Fan, one TV Stand Dyson Bridges E'ox 473, G re-
C. .
Mrs. H. Nasworthy, and all 1 day, Nov. 28, at 7:30 p.m. Dimes planning meeting with of- all new. Also one used Bendix Cove Springs. ftp 11 ..

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ enjoyed a picnic dinner at Lake f Junior Red Cross Drive !'!ficials of the National Foundation Washer, one 1.% hp Electric Motor -
Ij:1L one Cardex file one Volt Meter HOUSE FOR RENT-Apply at B
Kerr.Mrs. I The principals and teachers oj'jfor:I Infantile Paralysis in Tuske- Recorder and miscellaneous wir Station. tfcbg
Harry and the schools made an excellent report -. Ala. The conference at ing material. All moderately LOST-Yellow gas model air plane
ii daughter, gee, : priced. Mrs. J. R. Kite, 708 W. between Keystone Heights Air
lii! FURNITURE COMPANY Gerry, are spending this week in L: for the Junior Red Cross!I Tuskegee Institute was attended 'all St.. Phone !41-"'. Itohp port and Hampton. Simpson .

DENMARK Decatur, Ga. visiting Mrs. Mooty's i Drive. The enrollment is 100 pei:I ty 150 volunteer leaders from FOR SALE-40 acres of land and Bike Shop. ltcig:

brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and l cent in all schools of our division L t eight states. good house, 6 rooms. % mile off FARM-RAISED corn-fed Turkey
Bayless 6 miles West of hens 45c lb.. and
Highway gobblers 40c
Mrs. W. Vanderlip, Jr. and r in the county. Special commendations Church News Starke
Rt 2, Etix 177, Starke. Phone 94. Maurice Edwards, Jr
43-t-4-i6W.CalISt. Phone 151 [daughter, Dawn. Also. there wiD[ to 6th grade class taught b,r ML Veto Baptist Church Lin Fla. 2tp 11/25 2tchg 11, 9

be their mother Mrs. John L,., Maurice Jenkins White for tota:I
.- a coIn City, Rev. G. B. Brugman FOR RENT-Two bedroom unfurn-

'I iT- :: Udell of Highland Park, HL ,of $2 and the 4th.and 5th grad! pastor, held services all day Sun- I I ished house. 308 S. Water StItcbg !MEAT Starke CURING Ice Company.Plant now 4tchg open 11'iJFRID.Y. &t _



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ewe -, frail JUdge Social Club have invited Rev. and Mrs. Rus-i that he has recovered from an ty, Florida, in the courthouse at-
# # # #4 I II Starke, Florida within eight cal
Plans Thanksgiving Dance I!sell Young, and Mr. and Mrs. I attack of ,.irus. endar months from the date of the

'F Members of the Trail Ridge Francis Clark for Thanksgiving "first publication of this notice Each
claim writingand
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS or demand must be in
'I Dinner. This is the first Thanksgiving
Social Club of Humphreys Gold IB The County Judge's Court must! state the place of residence
f for the Smiths in their 'I Bradford County Florida and post-office address of the
I Corp. will hold a dance on Thanks-I' IX RE: claimant and
must be sworn to by
By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 fine new home, and they hope to
giving evening at the EnlistedMen's ESTATE OF JOHN UGLOW. the claimant, his agent, his attorneyor
make it a gala event. The Smith Deceased. I it will become void according to
- - --- Club Camp Blanding. All
# # #1 # # OTICE TO CREDITORS law.
home is Peach Street.
Club BazaarIs Rev. J. Russell! Young: members and their spouses are All creditors of the estate of John'19f-irst Publication on November ;3,
4 invited, and it promises to be The many friends of Jimmy .Uglow, deceased, are hereby '
Greatsuccess Installed ,As PastorA \led and required to file any sCarrie UglowVard, 6
The Keystone Heights Woman's service of Installation for the fun.Mr. Price, maintenance man at Clay or demands which they may noUn'I'I Executrix of the Estate of John
the and Mrs. Charles T. Smith Electric, will be pleased to know [against said estate in the glow: deceased :
minister Keystone
Club Annual Bazaar is over, new of the County Judge of Bradford Conn- 11/4 4t n5

J. A. Williams, general chairman Heights Community Church was I t sf ,
wishes to thank everyone !held in the Sanctuary last Sunday -
who helped to make it such a I at 4 p. m. |I J Hoflroads cue vigorously promoting a scrolled Cabinet Committee plan to restrict]

howling success. -Hie weatherwas Rev. J. Ralph Neale Sr. pastor'of 1 -s qY /_public controls over transportation rate-mc1dnq-retun such power to railroad handa.'hProteet .

ideal, and all seemed pleased the Presbyterian Church at Pa-

with their purchases. latka, delivered the sermon. Other

The hall was beautifully dec- ministers who participated in the

orated, and it was a pleasure to ceremony were Rev. Thaxton %t + /

just wander from booth to booth I. Springfield, pastor of the Wesley .....,., ,.l' 'i
"" "- z
looking over the wares. Mrs. Sara Foundation Methodist Church :l' ,, Bot

McDonald was in charge of the Gainesville; Rev. W. C. Kaiser 1. "H ..,. ... .
I ; <. >" .i .....
Growing Plants Booth.Ifrs.. John of Our Saviour's Lutheran I' ', :.
pastor SOME OF THE LADIES who helped to make the Keystone Heights

Karges was chairman of Arts and Church, Gainesville; Rev. Fred,I Woman's Club Bazaar such a success: ((1 I to r) Mrs. Charles T. Smith, < ; ;i

Crafts, which included Fancy- G. club president; Mrs. David A. Nelson, Mrs. J. A. Williams and Mrs. : :
Work (see photo). Mrs. Clarence Episcopal Church in Keystone ,
John Karges. The ladies are shown at the Fancy Work Booth, which = -
Sipe was chairman of the White Heights; Rev, Malcolm Cole Davis, > :
was very populer. Photos! by Martha Livingston, Telegraph photo-
Elephant Booth. Mrs. Axel Malm- pastor of the First Baptist Church
gren presided at the Surprise of Keystone Heights; and Rev. grapher for Keystone highlights \.../ JiiA'"llI'T" IA IAI IAW

Packages Booth, and she provedto George E. Farrar, parish visitor, 1 .Q"'c.t\\) c _
herself :
be a Surprise Package and former pastor of the Com- .
when she arrived in the evening munity Church of Keystone x ..- --- v. 'Ir.' -" : .

&a "Madame Mazola," and pro- Heights. s- r(4'.. .... .. rh "
,,_,. "" .. :;..:;:::,::, : ".
ceeded to tea-leaves. One of
read Special music for the occasionwas 1.t.Il.
.the most popular booths was the prepared by the choir. __ :E ,.A //Sk; :.Ctl'M .. .. ,::: ,
.v} ".. ,.... .:. ..:... .. ... .
Fish Pond, in charge of Mrs. Ben Rev. Young will succeed Dr. A. -. .. .':':::.:...:.:.\.:-;"..'-:,........:.""..:.,:., ... .., .. : ...
'''''''''''::''':: :0'"" :
Rose; and it was to this booth, J. Holl, who died at his ....w.r"r -- : ".:.::":; ":::::$ .: "
recently __* .. -r-7 ''-- .-,, ,.....,.. .:",.. .,....,,...:. .. .. .. .
all : =-::-::::. : .. .
of that ., ,
with its aura mystery, home here. .J "" .. : .
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I;-........-r-: I w'r... rjIo ::.: :: :. ... .
the small-fry gravitated. #ft:::: J'L.- :. ::.::. '. .::::: . ':.
Movie .To Be SponsoredBy r' ;: ;: ::';:;:;:.:;. : '
Mrs. Clinton Denny was in ;
Community Church Men
charge of Bake Goods. Mrs. B.
A movie "God and the Atom,"
R. Weld was ticket chairman for
will be shown at the Community
the dinner, which was in chargeof
Mrs. Bill Siprelle. Church on Dec. 9 at 8 p. ra., for /
the general public. There will be F
Of course, a lot of people were I
no charge for admission, but a z
expected to come to the dinner 4
collection will be taken up duringthe l
and there was ever so much food:
evening. The Men's Club of .-y
Mountains of sweet-potatoes, tubs the Community Church is spon- .,
of dressing, acres of rolls, and V
soring the movie, and, E. W.
piles of turkey-and in spite of
Dwyer will serve as master of 7
all this preparation-some of) the ceremonies. .w

late-comers almost didn't get any *

supper. While most of the credit St. \Vffliams To Man ST. ANNE'S AUXILIARY members were pleased with the proceedsof

for this event goes to Mrs. Siprelle Valentine's Day Dance their Rummage Sale held at Putnam Hall last Saturday morning.
is much to be said for St. William's Catholic Club
there met
Mrs. Elmer Livingston: was on hand to take this photo showing ((1 to r) thAreModern"Do
the two turkey-carvers, namely, in the Recreation Hall at 8 p. m.,I !
two easterners, Mrs. Alma Blizzard, Mrs. Lawrence :LaMee, and 3Irs. r
Mr. Siprelle, and Mr. Detweiler. Nov. 16.The .
I X W. Hardenbergh, chairman of this money-raising project.
possibility of having a New
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Jr., Commission. has
Dwyer Year's Eve dance was discussed,I Tub rculo!>ls-Prennton Woman's! Club Holds melee Congress :

of East Hartford, Conn., arrivedin but since the C. A. P. will be II Seals ;Sow On Sale I J Luncheon Meeting enacted more than 150 amendments -
Keystone Heights on Mondayto I
having one the same evening, it On Nov. 16, th 1955 T. B.- t
spend Thanksgiving with Mr. decided The Woman's Club ot Keystone; Your rights and privileges as an to the Interstate Commerce
was to make plans for a Christmas Seals .made their
Dwyer's parents on Lakeview Valentine's Day Dance, instead. in the mail. This is appearance a-'Heights I held its regular monthly I American citizen are protected by Act since it was passed in 1887,

Drive.Mr. and Mrs. James McDonald,,. There will also be a card party in worthwhile project, and the local \'covered-dish luncheon at the clubhouse the Constitution, a unique and completely overhauling it twice.
January which will be announcedIn Society for the Prevention of Tuesday, Nov. 22, at 1 p.
and three sons are spending I j magnificent document whose In
Thanksgiving'11r. McDonald's detail later. Tuberculosis tried to mail every- [m. The guest speaker was Mrs. principle, present ICC regulations

mother Mrs. Sara McDonald. Other plans were made for improvement one-every family, that is-some I Felicia Traxler Of the Library principles are as sound today as governing the various
of the grounds, and Seals. They are colorful, and
very Service of the Extension Division when written, over 150 transportation systems are
t: !,the men were congratulated on look nice on letters and packagesthis years ago. perti

,their work to date. The next time of year. Do your part, of the University of Florida. She Through the years amendments nent, constructive, and modern in

I meeting will be Dec. H.W.'TED I and send in your $2 as soon as gave an interesting talk on children's -
have been
added to keep the Conconcept.. Under these principles,
possible. There is a self-addressed books.

ri'qr envelope enclosed-or if you have I The next meeting will be the stitution up-to-date. we have developed the greatest

PECANS lost that envelope, send your( The is true of the
No quantity too large or too money to Mrs. Clara Chesser,,I j regular monthly business meeting same transportation system

small. Cash market prices. See. treasurer of the Clay County Tuberculosis -. which will be held at 1 p. tory powers of the Interstate Comin the world!
us before selling. Dillard Keene, ,
Society, Green Cove m., Tuesday, Dec. 13.
Between Railroad and Signal
I Springs, Fla. Your dues for the current year ,
Light. 117 W. Brownlee, Ph. 187.,I I
117 W. Brownlee, Ph. '187. If, perchance, you did not receive I are payable at this time to\either. t FLORIDA TRUCKING ASSOCIATION

r seals, you may call 4127, or Mrs. Gay Livingston, who is

w '" ._ -. .. see Mrs. George Schaeffer, who membership chairman, or to Mrs. 218West Church Street 0 Jacksonville 1, Florida .
- --- -- I
tried to think of everyone, but '
Sarah McDonald .
may have slipped up. secretary.St. Affiliated With The American Trucking Associations, Inc. Washington 6, D.C.What's .
Wash Your Clothes William's Altar Society will I

Another notquitesoworthwhileproject meet Wednesday afternoon, Nov. Good Enough For The Country Should Be Good Enough For The Railroads!
CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON 9 Pounds has been coming in the 30, at 2 p. m. in the Recreation
mails to some keystoners who do .
: Hall of the Church. I '
about For 40c!
this question not appreciate!, the idea at all-

namely Chain Letters. In this I
smashed my car FREE Bleach If Desired!
case: "GOOD-LUCK" Chains. We
window to steal my guns and have seen one sent to E. W. Dwyer -

luggage. I just rememberedthat and he said he neer heard

my new Homeowners of the names on the list, to I L I
We Will
Policy from which he is supposed to add his., H
your agency bC' qiY p : MA
Evidently the sender was ashamedto
covers theft of personal be- Dry Your. Clothes send such tripe to anyone who

longings at or away from knew him, but was afraid to c e _

home. Will my gun and lug- For 20cIn break the chain because he would A _-

gage loss be paid? New Automatic Driers! have bad luck, according to the
letter. The funny part of it is

e that the wording doesn't even

Charley E. Johns&SonAgency make sense "It has been

around the four times
world by Vpt
The WasheteriaTemple \ U. S. Officers. Is is possible

that intelligent Americans who I

Ave. Starke., wouldn't stoop to witch-burnings

Phone 13 Starke, Fla.AAAAAAAAAJAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. would elect "Officers" who see to I ,' 3 t..r,,_
i it that this Chain Letter gets ...

I! -.... .._ :.... :..c:5.. : ...- around the' world four times, ,

bringing bad-luck to those who '

dare to break the chain? Whata

waste of time and postage

.' ',;.;. .- -- .. stamps!
/ ,
,, i : ij j Plans are being formulated by
Clarence Sipe and John Kargesfor

a deep-sea fishing party of
\ r'z
Keystone residents-both and ,
women. It is estimated men that 15 ,0< r. _,. __ J > "-' "" a..W.r..w.+sw......_.....

or 20 fishing-minded folk will a New '56 Dodge holds more official AM records for performance than oil ether cart combined

make up the part which will

r r on sport a chartered on the Gulf.boat for For aday's Turn the key push a button! .

further information, call :Mr. Sipe, _

or Mr. Karges.Mr. .

(nr. bm Mnw A.exr for are brother Thanksgiving.expecting and and Mrs.family Mrs.George dinner.from Schaeffer's Schaeffer Ocala Ocala GET THE FEEL OF SUCCESS !

visitors will be Mr. and Mrs. Ed-

Which Trades At ward C. Shryock Jr. and chil-
Triplet Koch's?
dren, Barbara, -.
Kitty, Gregory,
IV'em'56 Dodge invades the low-price field with the only full-.
Rita and
styled fun-fashioned KING SIZE CAR .in a full choiceof
I The next meeting of the Rail- '
body styles! 6

The middle guy. Why? Because dollar- poned road Canasta until the Club first has been week post-of' I See and drire one of these magnificent Dodge Coronets. New 56

conscious citizens knows that he gets a fair i December. This Club consists of a You'll get the feel of' success in Dodge Magic Touch push- ,

closed membership of six, namely, < : : button driving.

shake when he trades with us. Quality mer- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sipe, Mr. You'll discover what it's like to step up from small cars-

and Mrs. John Karges, and Mr. step out' in style, comfort and roominess no car near its price

chandise and low prices bedfel- and Mrs. E. W. Dwyer. At the can match! D E
are strange
club meetings, the women Of the
a .
club against the men-but have : You'll see that this is no stripped-down "price special"

lows these days, but you find 'em here. Be I yet to defeat them, or to .deflate '. but a full-styled fashioned KING SIZE DODGE that
outshines cars costing much more!
ego. The Magic Touch of Tomorrow
sure to see us first and make your purchasing I ". How can Dodge do it? This new '56 Dodge is a diridend of' '

I extra value from the greatest sales gain in the industry. > VALUE LEADER OF THE FORWARD LOOK
Can't Gat Red
dollars last. This is your year to own a Dodge Coronet the KIXG

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.\y. NOVEMBER 25. 1955_ ,

;: office. Persons employed in the( would be satisfactory. The s'stemworked Queens, New York. Complaint will be taken as confess- :,suit for divorce has been flied otherwise the allegations of sail
1[ Clark Gable StarsIn and later You are hereby notified that a j Jed by you. I against you ID the above named ,Complaint will be taken as confessed -
post office will be' considered bona experiments putt forDivorce I This notice shall be publishedonce Court and cause and .
I you are required by you.
The Tall Men' fide patrons.The proved its value. custody and control of each week for four consecutive -' to serve a copy of your an- This notice shall be publishedonce
MEN minor child week In I
the Bradford
[ County swer or pleading to the
Kalchon complainton each week for four consecutive
beginning basic rate of pay Here are a few tips from
(Telegraph. the
At Florida Sunday nag been filed against you In the Plaintiffs Attorney weeks in the Bradford County Tele
for substitute clerk and substitute< litter-building: above named Court and cause and Dated this 15 day of XU\'., 1955. j I John E Santora Jr 202 Profes- graph.

The Tall Man," a new epic of carriers is 51-71 per hour. Appli- Add litter as it is needed, but your you are answer required or to pleading serve a copy to the ot (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of) the Charles Circuit A. Darby Court 'i atonal Bldg. Jacksonville, Fla.: I, Dated this 1_! day of :s0'' 1*:i5.
cants must have reached their 18th remove none until the pile is from complaint on the PlaintltT By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk land file the original in the office of (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
the West, starring Clark Gable, Attorney H. C. Baldwin, P. O. 11:13 4t 12 9 'the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I Clerk of the Circuit Court.
birthday on the date of filing appli- eight to 12 inches deep; remove !before the
Jane Russell, Robert Ryan, and Box 10i, 'Gainesville, Florida By Marian U Crosby Deputy Clerk
Cameron Mitchell will come to the cations. This age limit does not caked material from around feed- and file the original la the office of NOTICE TO APPEAR 19 day of December, 1955, I 11 '13 41 12/S
Sgt. Richard L. Carter, 24, son ,apply to persons entitled to vet- ers and watering equipment rather the Clerk.of the Circuit Court on a Circuit Court. Bradford. Couaty. j
Florida Theatre Sunday for a' If before the Florida IB Chancery.Minnie
of :Mrs. Lossie L. Carter of Route eran's preference. than loose, dry material; stir 19 day of December. USSi; Lucille Rhodes, Plaintiff vs.

2, Starke Is taking part In the three-day It tells run.the story of the first Necessary forms and further in- it occasionally to keep it absorbent otherwise the will *allegations e taken aa contess-of *alCL'omolalnt Eddie R. Rhodes, Defendant.Case No 10-1285:

largest Army-Air Force maneuver cattle drive the historic formation may be obtained from ; if litter becomes too dry, id by you Notice To Appear
since World War H Exercise great over the U. S. Civil Service Information with water start lit- This notice thai 'be published To: Eddie It. Rhodes, whose resIdence -
Bozeman trail from Texas to Montana -. sprinkle it ; ouc each week for four connecuttvi: and address is: Unknown WANTED -- MILLION POUNDS
Sage Brush in Louisiana. in 1867 and includes,some of I Representative at the Starke post ter pile with four to six inchesof weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph suit You for are divorce hereby notified that a
Some 110,000 Army troops are office, or from the fifth U. S. Civil litter and use litter material ; has been filed against you In the
the most exciting stampedes ever Dated
16 day of Nov., 1935.
testing the latest concepts of shown on the screen. I Service Regional Office, 5 ForsythSt that is sufficiently fine to stir \J-MC1AL. SEAL) Charles A baroj above named Court and cause and
you are required to seive a copy of
atomic, bacteriological, chemical, N.W. Atlanta 3, Ga. Clerk of the Circuit Court
It also unfolds a story of the readily. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk cornlint
and electronic warfare. In1 I conflict of human emotions of I Applications must be receivedor Kalch says built-up litter helps 11/13 4t l!/9 I I Ralph Roberts, 203 Professional

Sgt. Carter, a squad leader three men and a girl, caught in postmarked on or before Dec. establish resistance to coccidiosis. Building, Jacksonville, Florida
of the 3rd Inf. Div., is ,and file the original in the office of PECANSHIGHEST
Co. C the grip of love, hatred, and in- 2. Parasites of enemies of coccidia NOTICE TO APPEAR the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
regularly stationed at Ft. Benning, IB ClreBlt 'or before the
trigue. seem to flourish in litter and the Conn. Bradford Coaaty
He has been in'the Army Florida IB Chancery.aura I 19 day of December 1955!
Ca. Gable, as Black Ben Allison, ex- Abbott Costello ammonia atmosphere also con- Louise Du Pree Williamson otherwise the allegations of said
199. Complaint will be taken as confessed -
trols the disease. Chicks exposedto William Lester Williamson -
Quantrell raider now turned Defendant. by you.
LangforJ (Buddy) Hicks, son of I man, is a fearless trail boss. He 'Meet The Mummy'At small dosages of coccidia at Case No. 10-1290 This notice shall be publishedonce
each week for four
Nolle To -
Mr. and .Mrs. Woodrow Hicks of and his brother, Clint (Cameron Park SundayThe an early age develop a resistance : William Appear.To Lester Williamson.i weeks in the Bradford County

Orlando, formerly of Hampton, Mitchell), kidnap Nathan Stark which is protective against the Whose residence and address is: Telegraph.
Dated this 10 day of November
enlisted in the Air Force on Oct. (Robert Ryan), and then enter comedy team of Bud Abbott heavier dosages encountered at North Carolina. Street Tarboro, ,1955. MARKET PRICESNo
service mile- four to 12 weeks of age. Iou are hereby notified OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A, Darby
21 and was inducted into into a strange pact that makes and Lou Costello reached a I tun forDivorce that a,r Clerk of the Circuit Court
his basic in the cattle stone with the of "Abbott :Marian L. rierk
Nov. 4. He is taking them partners big filming and restoration of Maiden :By Crosb Deputy'
11 IS 4t 129NOTICE :
at Lackland Air Force I drive. and Costello Meet the Mummy," name I I
I OXE-FOR-ALL Ball Point Pen has been filed against you in the I I I -
Base, San Antonio, Texas. He Things go smoothly until they opening Sunday at the Park Refills. Fits any pen. 49c Bradford !above named Court and cause and I

would enjoy hearing from his many ,'meet Jane Russell and then, amid Theatre. County Telegraph. your you are answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy complaint of- .lu Circuit Court TOAPPEUl Bradford County, Quantity Too Largeor

friends at the following address: hardships, Indian ambushes, and a i The new laugh hit was the for- i on the Plaintiff's Attorney Florida In Chancery.
H. Hicks 14571208,! vehicle for the duo NOTICE OF INTENTION' TO T. David Lurns. :SOS: Guaranty Life Hroestine Porter. Plaintiff, vs.
_A-B Langford I battle with renegades, the adven- teith starring Building Jacksonville, Fla., Clifford Porter, Defendant.
'Flight 908, P. O. 1503, Lackland1AFB ture turns into a human struggle I I since their arrival on the Hollywood ,, Notice REGISTER Is hereby FICTITIOUS given that NAME the tnd file tu" original in the office of I:Notice To AppearTo Case Xo 10-1287 I Small

San Antonio, Texas. among the four. Gable's romance scene some 15 ;years ago [undersigned, under the provisions of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or : Clifford Porter, whose resldence.and -
'Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida before the 19 day of Dec. 1955; address is: Unknown.You :
with Miss Russell turns into a I Modern-day Egypt is the back- will with the otherwise the allegations of
C. Smith, son of Mrs. I Acts of 1941. register taid are hereby notifies that a I
Pfc. John turbulent one for both. ground for this comedy, with Lou Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
Dorothy Williams of Raiford, is I I and Bud seen as two standard for Bradford County, State of Flor- 'I I SEE US BEFORE SELLING
return to the U. S. ida, upon receipt of proof of publi-
-scheduled------- to Civil Service Exam Americans who become involvedin cation of this notice, the fictitiousname That's Our Business
from France, where he has been an exciting search for the of Florida Boat Shield Company

serving with the 47th Field Hospital For ClerkCarrierWill Sacred Medallion of the Mummyof business, under at which 864 N"I am Temple engaged Ave.in, If It's Glass We Have It!

Smith entered the Army In Klaris. Starke, Fla. 4 CALL WRITE VISIT
and arrived in EuropeIn Be ,GivenThe 1 Jos. H. Arnold, P0.. Box 983, / or DILLARD KEENE
Dec. 1953 Cloak and dagger intrigue en- Starke, Fla., sole owner. '
May 1954. He completed basic ters the search when comely Marie Dated this 4th day of November, I Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR I

training at Camp Pickett, Va. sion, Atlanta U. S. Civil, Ga.Service, announces Commis-an Windsor, as head of a band of A.D., 1955. at Starke. Fla.11/4 4t 11/25 West of Railroad Track, 1 1-2 Block from Signal Light

also seeks the -
Five members of Co. B, 748th open competitive examination for medal.culprits, prized NOTICE TO APPEAR ANY GLASS NEED 117 W. BROWNLEE (Former 10th St.)

Bn. at Camp Blanding, career or temporary appointmentto In Circuit Court Bradford four II. We
Ordnance Design Modern Store Fronts
The comedy reaches its high Florida IB Chan recently completed a week's trainIng the positions of substitute clerk point when'Costello finds the Medallion Tuck Lou. Plaintiff vs. Rebecca Just Mail Us A Pattern for
Depot and substitute carrier in the Starke 'Ou Defendant.
at, the Anniston Ordnance but later swallows it. He Case No. 10-129: I Table Tons Starke, Fla.
are: post office. Notice To
Ala. They Appear
Anniston, M. Robert of the examination is I is x-rayed, the writing on the To: Rebecca Lou*, whose residenceand 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 .

Sgt. Jack Eaves, Sgt. Baxley, not Purpose to fill particular medal is deciphered, and the address is: 108-51 69 Avenue. c : :' a .... ._ _ :': :...'__- ::_--= _' ,
SFC Avery any vacancyat
Chapman search for the buried treasure gets ......
Pfc Robert Seimer, and WO Mau- this time, since none exists, but underway. -- -
rice Wingate. They studied the to establish a register to fill any .1 I' ..

repair and maintenance of track possible vacancies in the future. BUILDING OF LITTEIl
vehicles with the exception of Postmaster G. J. McGriff Jr. said.
Wingate, who specialized in fire Applications will be accepted I, ACCEPTED PRACTICE .
control equipment. All of the men from persons who reside within the{j : I

are employees of the State Maintenance delivery of the post office here, oraho I! S. d NOWI 1

Shop at Camp! Blanding. are bona fide patrons of this No particular need to worry

about building up litter in the %

poultry house instead of cleaningout :

the old litter for each batchof .
n.. ->,. ?
chicks, says Lester Kalch, Ag- }
ricultural Extension Service as- kn T"

HUNDREDSof sistant poultry husbandman. -
Building "deep litter"or "builtup

details are managed and economic- good litter" actually, he is Old a pretty built- 4' 4? .
ally attended that ,only a trained and practice says. N
up litter is drier; and more absorbent -
careful organization attend when y/n
can and less obnoxious than
the urgent need for serving is at
fresh litter after a few days use. .

hand. Nature's chemical and biological
processes often have converted, / C

DeWITT C. JONESPhone built-up litter into a more sani-

tary, less obnoxious, residual com
7 Starke Fla.
post-like material, preferable to
6 ""
fresh litter contaminated with a :>7;
Funeral Director Ambulance Service larger proportion of fresh drop- a>. '

'fur local funeral home enable tu to offer conveniences W
Kalch says the built-up litter
services not otherwise available
idea developed in World War II.

II .6 Poultry had no money for the

vvt turniaa the highest type service at lowest prices, and high priced labor necessary to 4
clean out houses; likewise, with
accept ANT We Insurance policy in force, Issued by ANT
restricted labor forces, they had .:
company u payment In part or In full on & funeral. I
little time for such chores. Gen
Consultation carries no obligation.
erally fresh, clean litter was added
to the existing pile, in the hope it

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Yes, the big difference ,

in today's rural.scene is I II

that ever.Reddy electric

switch. County agentscan

give up-to-date adviceon

latest labor saving

methods. There are so I

many gain more new efficiency ways you,more can t i 1 IN / CONVENIENT SIZES !

profit and ease yester- !. ,; '

year's back-breaking ; I

chores,electrically! t _, .

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modern electric living..in the kitchen, in the you can have the real thing in a new King-Size

l' II laundry...less work, more leisure, for happier that stands for quality refreshment the bottle, too just right for a king-size thirst or

: Florida living! world over You know it well for the "
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bright lift it brings you so often- for

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TO CLASSIFYBy In The'Telegraph's r'

Russell. Kay Winners Annual _

Florida is a lady of amazing
charm and the older she gets the
more attractive she becomes.
1956 gives promise of being her
best year from the standpoint of Turkology Contest
tourist travel, Industrial develop
ment and business in general.
Recent surveys made in popular .
tourist centers show .hotel and
motel reservations ahead of last
year with more visitors in the
state now than at this time a year MRS.-R. H. BRYAN MRS. E. J. BRENNAN MRS. VALARIA SHUFORD

ago.Chambers of commerce and in-in- r' Rte. 2, Box 46 V2 P. O. Box,2-A P. O. Box 223
dustrial boards report greater "
terest on the part of industrialists -
seeking a location.Transportation a 7, Starke, Fla. Hampton, Fla. Starke, Fla.
companies are all
adding equipment to meet the r
steadily increasing traffic demand. \\liy I am opposed to the Florida !II III!
Eastern Air lines expects a 20 per $ Shy I think a Turnpike will Why I believe the Turnpike will Turnpike:
cent increase in Florida travel this be good for our ,County: be bad for our county: It seems to me, in n j>ense, that
season. National Airlines and 1 1a A Turnpike through Bradford It will! check Bradford CountyS it would be double taxation, having t I
Delta C & S are even more optimistic County will channel Road 100 present steady expansion. Business to pay the toll and the gas I
and anticipate a 25 per cent F traffic through Starke onto the may return, eventually, but tax which is set up to build and I
increase. Pan American World { expressway! These people Mill eat, many enterprises; be gone before maintain our State roads. As far
Airways is experiencing a steady 1'l;'', shop, and stay overnight in then. Modernizing existing as the individual businessman is
flow of traffic to Latin America Starke, thin helping our town's highway before building turnpikes concerned, it Mould cut him completely -
points, most of which funnels\ economy During construction, will expedite" All-Florida development : out and put the businessesalong
through Florida and see.an in- ; jobs Hill be available for local not only playground the pike in the hands of I
crease of at least 10 per cent this areas. .
people and maintenance and pa- big companies. The average business -
winter. f as} trol workers Mill be needed on Travelers looking for homes along our present highways,
All this air travel hasn't hurt the Turnpike after it is completed. want to see places) like Bradford which now pay heavy taxes,
the railroads either. The Florida County and should not be d+,- would be forced cut of business,
East Coast and Seaboard Airline CONTEST: COMPLETED: couraged.
putting more of the tax load on
Railroads are planning to place in 8:15 ,A. M. FRIDAY our farmers and our city businessmen. -
service new stainless steel pull- J CONTEST COMPLETED .
mans with glass dome observation 10:00: A. :M. FRIDAY
facilities, similar to those that CONTEST COMPLETED
have been used on. Western roads 10:45 A. :M. FRIDAY
with such success.
Trailer parks are optimistic,
too, and many in resort areas report -
an unusual number of early J
arrivals. Folks are ,planning to
stay in Florida longer this sea-
son they report. Nice Thanksgiving Turkeys Have Been Presented To
New attractions costing mill- -'...: The Above Winners :.

ions are rapidly being developed.The .,"' I

Springs newest and of Gardens these at is Sunshine Sarasota .',0' With The Compliments of The Merchants Listed Below And Bradford ::'.

that hopes to open shortly. When Iw J I
completed it will cost around II
County Telegraph II!
44.000,000. The new Seaquariumin .. x' IIV
Miami opened last month and I
has been drawing a splendid at- .
tendance with prospects for a big .

winter Horse season.and dog tracks are being t

readied, and stall space at such tI'
tracks as Hialeah, Tropical Park, II IIf"

Gulfstream thoroughbreds at a premium.!and will Sunshine campaign About Parkis 3,500 in Doyle E. Conner Insurance Agency Earl's Garage Western Auto Associate Store f Ii I::'

Florida during the horse racing _
season. ,III
Most transportation companies, '::11
hotels and attractions have step- I
ped up their advertising programsand [ ''I:
the total runs into millions Williams Jewelry Central Florida Gas & Appliance :
Of dollars invested in colorful C. H. Driggers Company

poster boards magazine and news-
paper space. The Florida Develop- Company
ment Commision. doing a splen- _ _ _ ':
did job with the limited funds at .,. i
its command and Is developing ,I _

Florida cost. inquiries Add to this at the amazinglylow advertis- 'uay'S Home Appliances Hardy Brothers Motor Company _

ing promotion in national medi-
H. C. Wall Insurance I
ums of the Florida Citrus Com- Agency :
mission, Minute Maid and other
agricultural enterprises, and it
means that Florida will be get-

ting ever Commenting before.more public on attention the outlook than, Seymour's 66 Service Station Gib Brown's Service Station New Method Cleaners

Governor LeRoy Collin expressed .
gratification at the pnited effort
evidenced by all agencies and industries -

in selling Florida, and ,
looks forward with confidence to ,

continued sound constructive de- The Suwannee StoreJohnAJorodeShellDistributor Gem I II

velopment to the and state.everincreasingtravel Jewelry Wells Electric Service. ...

While our roads are being im 'I I":
proved as rapidly as financing ij"I E
permits, we are still hard pressed -
to care for increased motor I 1:1:
travel. Parking remains a difficult ii
problem in most communities Herb Thomas Drive In' -- Lawson's t
with the need for more Meat Market
throughways evidenced. _a' \ ___
Building continues brisk with 111\
sales of new homes keeping pace.
Everything looks rosy for the I
months ahead.PEST .

R.B.Alvarez Transfer & Storage. Starke Builders Supply : liI

The Farmers'
CONTROL SupplyBrownlee III, ________



Florida GROVE Pest SPRAYING Control Andrews Motor Company Edwards Grocery & Market & Chasteen :1,1:,

I & Chemical Co. _

Phone Franklin 6-6033 ,
24 N. W. 16th Ave. ,,
Gainesville, Flo.

Call for estimate Starke Hardware Company Denmark Furniture Company .

I Volley Starling's Gro & Market .

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Hart Furniture Company Warren's Super Shell Station Charley E. Johns & Son Agency ''Ii II _

PHONE 218 __

(j) C. H. Nasworthy General Supplies Koch's Drug Store.. SimpsonUrquhartPontiacBradford > I

All Occasions .

POTTED DISH GARDENS PLANTS S. R. Johns Grocery The Alvarez Store Est. 1894 County Telegraph '


Flowers {JViredAnywhere r

Nona St. Starke

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Morn < I
Sunday School. 9:45 a. m. <" V' ;. y ,
County Agent : "
\\I'; :: : ''' '. r'Y' .
ing Worship, "A Decision To : Agricultural Extension Service
the Lord," 11 a. m. Youth c1i -
Obey b ; .- Cattlemen Meeting of oats and feeding some corn I 1 howdajjeLpiot\fqe1s: !
Fellowship,. 6 p. m., Tommy An- the past few months plus having a mineral available
drews Marc and Tom Jackson .
feed for
have enjoyed gives mighty good
groups you a
hosts. Evening Worship, "A Decision and have met reg- h6gs and cows.Agricultural / : :: ../
to Disobey the Lord, 7:30p. last Friday night of :Conservation < __ r
m. Music by Youth Choir. There will be no Program ... ,, ; ,.",

tice Wednesday-Junior, 3:30 p. m. Prayer Choir Meetingand prac 11 either group this tion As, a result of farmer conservation coopera- "f. .. ..:<;:. . ... >-1..,'" ...../'
will be the amount of .
joint meeting ""',. ,. ,"""";. ".,. ;
study of Psalms. Friday evening, Dec. 2, funds paid to our farmers has .y. ;
Den at Starke. This more than doubled in the past
IIEILBRONNBAPTIST last meeting for 1955. three years. We need your con- lIIff/d.

CIIURCII ng program is be- tinued cooperation now. If you _. '.
Sunday School 10 ajn. Preaching Each association'have not carried out practices on ..,.,.. A.,
11 a.m. Training Union 6:30 represented during the'I your farm for which you requested ..re'v'
p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. "Prayer :I their respective State cost sharing we want you to '
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. meeting. We will let us know before Dec. 5. We
Rev. F. B. Beard, pastor. interesting reports on cannot hold the amount of fundswe .
A good attend- have available unless we use I I "
BROOKERBAPTIST them. We do not want to I I -
for a good report ,'
ing ........;: l .
CIIURCII Cattlemen will elect of. any of our funds not used for W' ,,--...y I. ,; "
Rev. C. B. Stallings, Pastor your plans to be conservation practices on farms in ., ,p-----.4-- -'
Sunday School 10 a.m., Morning St. our county. If you finish carry- ."" .,.".". -

Worshhip 11 ajn. BTU 6:30 p.m., Oats ing out practices, please stop by I { .. "" "i' .
Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer ; a number of good oat and let us know I # i.-
Meeting Wednesday p.m.EVERGREEN the county. I Irish Potato Growers Notice #, .J
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one or'two persons Marketing Agreements on several 1.i" n .
me in my statement of our crops have resulted in "'< ...-' .. "
BAPTIST CIIURCII Sapp might have had.better prices for that product.' j: S
1 Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach ) of oats in the There is a move on hand to estab- It happens like that when you drive this moment. Instantly, that great Strato-Streak
ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : ( best way to keep lish marketing agreements on Irish fabulous '56 Pontiac. V-8 takes over. Smooth as soaring, the rush of
m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer grazing crops in good potatoes. No marketing You know you're in for a thrill the moment power catapults you up and over. ; your solo
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. is to not over-graze. I agreement is established unless a you hear the muted purr of the exhaust as the flight!
Rev. J..E. Lingerfelt, pastor. of oats last week and majority of the growers Or acre- all-new Strato-Streak V-8 comes to life. This is how it feels ; ; seemingly limitlessAt
were eating about as age represented votes favorablefor first you'll just want to sail along, smooth power at your command-smooth, effortless
as they were oats. the program. Several meet- # and easy, drinking in the new sensations. This power for the slower pace of city driving, jet-
'.' ,r.; F never get the expected ings are scheduled in the potato long and lovely creation stops, starts, turns, fast in an emergency to flick you safely past
your crop that you'growing areas during the next moves and goes with swift and sure precisionloiterers on the highway.
you let them get a two weeks. Growers from Brad as though in response to your wishes themselves. By this time you're certain-Pontiac has
and then keep them ford, Alachua and Union coun- You lean back luxuriously, listening to the everything-size, beauty, roadability and with
i/ h rcl Growth should reach a ties are scheduled to meet in the miles whisper past. Then, ahead, you see the it the greatest "go" and safety ever built into
I about six inches before Home Demonstration Club houseat ..: opportunity you've been looking for the a car.
p. Then, if they are LaCrosse at 2:30 p.m. on Nov. highway up front arching high over a hill. You Drive this fabulous '56 Pontiac and find out
j tl close that the top 29. If you grow Irish potatoes I touch the accelerator lightly-and only for a how it feels to fly. This car will show you-fast!
out of balance with you should plan to attend this: .
the results will meeting and participate in the
crop. Green grazing discussion.

......... ....... Morris planted six acres--of bit- ,
Try the terrific take-off of the fabulous
ter lupine for a cover "
crop. Greatest Go" On Wheel

Before this happens.. .. I G II AND Lloyd Green-combined a few Aro other car performs hie a Pontiac because -
Pontiac alone hat the Strato-StreaL V.3-
acres of Hairy Indigo on the Brad most modern and efficient power plant in the -
BEFORE hear the fire day Lacy Nornmn
Ford Soil Conservation District industry. For 1956 this treat engine td'um
: 227 Uain& ,honepouer For the "go" of the '
engines heading for your Nursery. The yield was very low tac
Pontiac! nn
year go 6
Mrs. because the first crop of seed I
Charles Mosely
home before, it's too late had matured and fallen. The sec- U
the week-
spent .
to increase the amount of their parents, the Leon- ond seed crop was very light.:
Indigo has volunteered on the I
your Fire Insurance Mrs. R.. E. Sapp and nursery for three years, and has
been known to volunteer for seven
of Green Cove Springs years from one seed crop. 528 SO. WALNUT ST. PHONE 132 STARKE. FLA.Going .
Call on this agency and make supper guests of her

sure that you have adequate Lacey Knight Normans.and son of i :-- .- ..-- --._- ..:. :- ---- -. -. -- ------ -- ..-'- ," --_ : .---. c_ _- -" !, '_ _'_. .. _.. '!'___. .-.. ._ .'. -. -. .- .:- :: .-;; ----.:::.::

Fire Insurance. N. C. are spending two!

..-.-.-.-.-.. Fla.'t, friends and relatives

I H. C. Walter ing : .Services Birthday 13. : Sunday to John School Nor- Out Of business P

Starke Phone: Fla.146 .. Worship 7:30 Prayer p. m.Meeting 11 a. m.each and

200 E. Call Street :

': t Sold Our Store Building i


-- REV. LEWIS STARKE D. -Conservation Leon-\V. Carter- We Must Vacate !

Jefferson and Court Streets Conservation Service

Phones Office 234
I boys, supervised by
Paul Hutchins
Sunday Sermons: 11:00
I : are preparing four -
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. I land on the Bradford
District Nur-

Midweek Service will plant two acres EVERYTHING MUST GO I !
Hear the Sunday Morning I Asheville Fescue and
(reseeding) Rye. The
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast I Rye will be saved for

1 'i fertilizer.acre___will get 500 Its. FOR MEN BOY LADIES' AND MISSES'

1 Anderson, a District

I-- 1 \1 1 I plant of the the Peas.five District's New acres George River of grain$Au-and ec- THE FINEST BRANDS OF F NATIONALLY ADVERTISEDWEARING E E

t at the cattle and
"It doesn't take long to
a small herd but it sure APPAREL AND SHOES

l. I lot." of feed for them in

feed.He will use the peas .

Winter Pea is sus-
3-T NYLON CORD several diseases which -
<\ reduce its growth and STORE FIXTURES I MUST BE SOLD !
Deluxe soil conservation. George
YR j the District's fertilizer
to fertilize the peas.


Up to full lift mower to mow down
LOOK WHAT for lour old tubeYOU in his field. By doing
GET BIG Allowance do a better job of HEAD
I your old tires! land.


tN winter for winter spreader pasture.feed.to He fer is. ., MENS SUITS ((2 PRe PANTS $22.50)) MOHAWK SHIRTS I

SAW TOOTH tilt CUT Morgan used the Dis-
chopper to chop down .
I and Striata Crotalaria
Triple Traction auurci swifter I The
stalks and cro-
.tops- Ktra protection against rot faster if they are
gerous skids! in small pieces.
,I The Star Store

MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR Wainwright the District's and :Morris grain

lupine. J. R. plant
GOODMAN'S( lupine on ten acres is .

for grove.grazing The lupine and land will 310-312 W. CALL STREET STARKE, FLORIDA

U. S. 301 at j He also used 3-12-12

Starke, and this will help his '
nut crop next year. n.p __:_ _-. n_ =___-__ :- p' _- -_-._.._ .:_ __ -. _-_ ..._. ,.U.H. __ __ .- -._-_ __ "_ .' _ :._ .




- fanpounder, the amount claimed I''time mentioned, the clerk shall may give bond with sufficient Garden Club's Sheriff Asks All At The TabernacleRev. I -. =-- :- = -; -'.' .: .=it.
No FenceLaw by such person, and that unless pay such proceeds into the fine sureties,: to be approved by the <-
Elmer Hibbs of Wise, Va.. '
such livestock be redeemed within and forfeiture fund of the coun- sheriff, in an amount double the Shopping Center To CooperateIn
coworkerith the Bible Missionof
three days from date thereof ty. However, any person having' amount claimed, but not exceed- Will Open Dec. 3 SD Day EffortFive Southwest i
Virginia, Ie
that the same shall be offered for [been injured, except personal injury ing the fair cash 'value of, such f!
Open RangeIn brought at the Tabernacle -
sale. or damaged by such animal, livestock. Such bond shall be' The Santa Claus shopping center people have been killedon last messages Friday and Saturday STARKE THEATBi '
In the event the owner of such i and the owner of the animal being I void at the end of six months un will be opened Dec. 3 to sell the roads of Bradford Countythis nights and Sunday I|; FLA

Bradford livestock is unknown or cannot be unknown; may bring an action I less suit (is brought to recover wreaths, garlands, fruit cakes and year. Sheriff P. D. Reddish to the Sunday night morning.IPrior mes- ,

County found, the service upon the own-':against such unknown owner such costs and expenses. other Christmas decorations. S-D day director said most deaths !!sage. Delivered by the sponsor, a Sun.. Mon. and Tues.
er shall be obtained by publishinga !I within one year after the damageor Penalty Provided I The program, sponsored by the could be avoided if drivers had sacred concert was presented. II Nov. 27, 28, 29
Continued from Page One) notice in a newspaper publishedand injury and satisfy any judg- Any owner of livestock who Garden Club, is tentatively scheduled -' been a little more carefuL I The Thanksgiving observance \; THREE BIG DAYS
( circulated within the county. ment recovered out of such [1 intentionally, knowingly, willfully, to operate from the vacant Most accidents are caused by was held Tuesday night in order i iI | Double Feature
proved herds which they already Provision For Sale balance. if any, as far as it will!1or 'who by failing to exercise ordinary ,store that was formerly Martha's drivers not paying attention to I that members might attend Union Bud Abbott and Lou Costello

were keeping under fence 'and Unless the impounded livestock go. Constructive service shall be''! care, negligently permitsthe I''clothing store, :Mrs. :Marian Howe, what they are doing-or by drivers Services at the First Methodist II | Meet The
they, themselves, did not want 13 redeemed within the specifiedtime had upon such unknown owner. same to run at large or' stray finance chairman, said. not watching the other fellow. Church on Thanksgiving morning Mummy

their improved pastures raided by the sheriff shall forthwith Report Of Sale upon the public highways or upon I The center will be operated by A sudden stop, or turn without I I; Marie Windsor, Michael Ansara
free-roaming "scrub" livestock. give notice of sale thereof, which The sheriff, upon making a the lands of another person within members of the Garden Club, with signaling can result in someone's -AndHell's -
The new law provides ,that: shall be held not less than five sale, shall make a written' re- the limits of Bradford County, 'the assistance of the Boy Scouts.I death, he said. W. C. T. 0.ALCOHOL !!

It shall be unlawful for live- days nor more than' ten days (ex- turn thereof to the clerk of the or any person who shall release II lit will be open until Christmas E\'e.1 Reddish is Bradford County DOESN'T "PICK IslandIn

stock to run at large or stray cluding Sundays and holidays) circuit court with a full and accurate livestock after being impounded, I Proceeds of the program gd director for the second annual YOU IUP" sIT LETS YOU TechnicolorJohn
within the limits of Bradford ,from the first puBlication of the description of the livestock without authority of the im-!I,[I:to beautify the roadways of the I II Safe-Driving Day, Dec. 1. SDI DOWN, ITS ..NARCOTIC. i Payne and Mary Murphy
County, Florida and no owner notice of sale. Said notice of sold by him, to whom sold, and pounder shall be guilty of a misdemeanor city and county. I i I Day was inaugurated by President (NATIONAL '-OlC!:.) Plus Color Cartoon For Children,
shall permit livestock to run at(sale shall be published in a news- the sale price thereof, which report and shall be punished i I| Mrs. Howe said the center will .!Eisenhower as a nationwide campaign -
large or stray upon the public paper published and of general shall be filed with clerk.If by imprisonment in the county be the dealers for Paradise fruit I I to prove that accidents can I :Wed. Thur.-Nov. 30, Dee 1
highways or lands of' another circulation in said county, and by I there be no bidder for such I I jail not exceeding six months, or I[cakes and orders can be given to I be reduced through the efforts of Double FeatureWakamba
person in said county, but shall posting a copy of such notice at livestock at the sale, the sheriff by fine not exceeding $500, or by :any member of the club. :I{[!individual drivers. I "Yes"

keep such livestock confined within the court house door. I|shall kill or cause the same to be both such fine and imprisonment.Any I'I Members of the finance committee I The philosophy behind the pro ,I
enclosurewhich is.suitably and for the feed killed and shall dispose of the carcass owner of livestock who Mrs. In Technicolor
: For compensation helping Howe with the i gram is that accidents are causedby ,
sufficiently fenced for the hold- |and care of animals impounded by I thereof and if there be any owns both sides of a county road program include :Mrs. R. B. Alvarez people, they don't just happen. $495-0" I I 1 AU New Sights and Sensations!

in and keeping of same. A three-I private persons, ,such person shall,.money received by him on account may graze the road right of way Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs. J. A. By using extra caution when on -And-
strand barbed wire fence Is herEby be entitled to and shall receive I of the said disposal, the provided cattle guards are installed ('Griffin, Mrs. E. A. Hall, Mrs. Vasco the highway drivers 'can reduce Will- Buy A NewWURLITZER I|I Dementruis

declared to be a minimum per day the sum of $1 per head I I same shall be disbursed in the which are improved by the Hazen, Mrs. J. W. Kincaid,. Miss or even eliminate traffic
i i! And The Gladiators
substantial fence for 'animals of for livestock of the equine or I(I same way as if the monies had Board of County Commissioners. Clara Leaman, Mrs. Erna Metzger, accidents.

the equine and bovine classifica bovine class; and 50 cents per been received from a public) sale. Mrs. Gladys Moody, Mrs. Cora Reddish said he is going to ask Spinet Piano I CinemaScope

tions. head for all livestock of the swine, If there be no ready sale for said Funeral SundayFor Quattlebaum, Mrs. F. J. Shaw, Mrs. the cooperation of the hi hwayrtrol I II .Victor Mature and Susan Hayward

Liability Of Owner goat, sheep or other animals of carcass, the sheriff shall forthwith Pete DyalIn Jessie Young, and Mrs. Charley and the Starke police in I FORXMASLayAWay (!i! Plus Cartoon for Children

Every owner of livestock who the grazing class. deliver it to a public institutionof Johns. an effort to make Dec. 1 entirely F i
Intentionally willfully, knowingly, Fees of ,Sheriff i! the county, state, or municipality Jones Chapel l free of traffic accidents in the\ Now! i I Fri., Sat-Dec. 2, :3

or who, failing to exercise ordin- The fees of the 'sheriff for impounding within the county, or to any Filter Center Team county. I Delivered Now! i Double Feature
ary care, negligently suffers, or ,private charitable institution, in Pete Dyal, 47, lifelong residentof $25.00 Either
each animal shall be the i Last :year on S-D Day Bradford Way "Walking My Baby
permits such livestock to run at I same fees and mileage as pro the order herein set forth, accord- Bradford County, died..-at his Will Meet With County came through with a I 1st Payment Feb 1st '56 I.

large Or stray upon the public, vided by law for the arrest and ing to their needs.If home on Madison St. Thursday, C.D. Group Here clean slate, he said, and he will DONT Back Home"In
highways or the property of the amount realized from Nov. 17, illness of WAIT
upon For following an make effort to see that it I
i commitment of prisoners. A team from the Filter Center every TechnicolorDonald
another person within the limitsof ,[,the sale or other disposition of several months.Mr. PHONE WIRE WRITE Janet
serving any notice and making !tin Jacksonville will meet with the I does again. I O'Conner and Leigh
Bradford County, or who .(return thereon, the sheriff shall the animal is insufficient to pay Dyal was born in Hamptonand local Civil Defense TODAY I -And-
fails to keep such livestock fencedas and all fees, costs, and expenses, the was a member of the Hampton organization quire about a month to completethe (
receive the same fees mileage Nov. 28 at the courthouse, Mrs. Before They Are Gone
required by Section 2 thereof'Iprovided law for executing deficit shall be paid by the coun Baptist Church. He was -a I project. :Miss Grayce Quill, Three Young TexansIn
by (I Marian Howe,
shall be liable in damages for all ty from its fine and forfeiture member of American Legion Post supervisorof field representative, and Miss Ed-
at law and making Technicolor
writs in action Civil Defense, announced this GRIDLEY MUSIC
injury except personal injury sus-I return upon the same. For feed fund. 56. week na Gardner will do the canvassing. With Mitzi Gajnor, Keefe
tained by by reason Duty Of CommissionersThe They will find out from people in Co. I
any person and care of impounded animals, Surviving are his wife, Thelma volunteers in the program : Inc. Brassdle and Joffery Hunter
thereof.Authority the sheriff shall receive the same county commissioners of Alvarez Dyal, his stepmother, I Mrs. Howe said that of the 37 private homes if they own their I Plus Serial Chap. No. 14 and
To Impound fees as provided by law for the Bradford County shall establishand I Alma Dyal, and a son, WilliamA. volunteers in the 13 have I home, their address, phone number 1025 W. University
Any person may, and it shall feeding of prisoners. For adver- maintain pounds or suitable Andrews, all of Starke; a 'some service time program in. Three of I occupation, and place of Gainesville, Fla. Color Cartoon For Children
be the duty of the Sheriff of places for the keeping of any livestock brother, Charlie Jack- I i business. i 'Phone FR.24032i I
I I Using or posting notices of sale Dyal of these already have enough time in .... .,.. '_ .. .. ? .-'. r'
Bradford County, where livestockis of impounded animals, the sameI taken up and impounded sonville; four sisters, Mrs. Mae ,to earn their wings and three more Information obtained from busi-i i '" _9l"'i : .- .---;; .
found to be running at large or I law for adver- hereunder, until the game shall I McKinney of Starke, Mrs. Clara will gain the time nesses will be the name of the I ,
fee as provided by necessary by .....
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straying within said county, be sold, redeemed, or otherwise
tising property for sale under Hershey and Mrs. Nellie Parrish, c.Uending the meeting Monday. firm, officers, aDd names of em-
take up confine and hold any sale other dis- disposed of. The commissionersmay both of Bayard, and Mrs. Bertie These six to be ployees. '
process. For or 'I i i are presented II I
such livestock to be disposed of a&I their option, provide the I
positions of impounded animalsthe at Durham of Jacksonville.Four 'wings at the Lions Club meetingNov. I Both canvassers have identifi- Ii
hereinafter provided. sum of $1. For report of sale I feed for the impounded animals half-brothers, Horace of 30. At this meeting the J I cation and will show it on re Ii i
When any such livestock is im- of impounded animals, the sum of' and employ such poundmastersor Waldo Robert and Jerry of Lions will entertain observers and quest. II TVS
pounded by a person within Brad- of proceeds thereof. guards or other persons as may I Starke, and Jack Dyal of Ocala; I supervisors of Civil Defense. i

ford County, other than the Sher- Proceeds Of Sale be necessary to protect, feed, and a half-sister, Miss Peggy I Recent Birth: I
iff or his deputy, the person so' care for, and generally have the i,Dyal of Starke. I
Impounding shall within 48 hours i All proceeds of sale held in pursuant custody of the animals in the I i Funeral services were held ati ''Town CanvassedFor Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cauffmanof I .

notify the Sheriff, either by mail I to the provisions hereof pound. In sUCh case the fees i the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Sun- City Directory Starke announce the birth of i I USED
01 personal service, which notice shall be distributed as follows: herein provided for the feed and ,day at 2 p. m. with the Rev. Mar- I a daughter Deborah Ellen, on iieincw
shall be in writing, giving a full I 1. The sheriff shall retain his care of impounded animals shall 'vin Faile officiating. Canvassers from the R. L. Polk Nov. 18 in Starke Maternity 17 INCH
and accurate description of the,fees together with his costs, be paid to the county into such Active pallbearers were T. C. |Co. of Detroit, Mich are in town Hospital.

livestock, including marks and I.|I.which t shall be the same as are fund as the county commissionersshall Hazen, Albert Lee Crosby, See- j gathering information from every I Iii
brands, together with the date(I now or shall hereafter be allowed provide for transportingthe ber Goodman, Larry Gibson, Jack ''house and business in Starke for TABLE MODEL CONSOLE
and that said livestock was I for sale under execution and impounded animals. ;the will re- DIRT
place i Smith, .1. E. Clark, Kenneth Grider City Directory. They FILL
taken up and impounded, the(I':if he impounded, the livestock, his Duty IOf Impoumler and S. G. Denmark. I
place where held and the name fees for same. Any, person impounding any I I GOOD RICH
and post office address of the II[ 2. Payment of all fees and costs livestock shall feed and water I 14,95se ,99.9s
owner, if known, and the amount I II for feed and care by the person such livestock not less than twicea Sales Tax DeclineMay I I FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S i I TOP SOILSee i ,

claimed by the person impoundingthe impounding the livestock. day, and give other ordinary Indicate .

livestock. 3. The balance shall be paid to attention as needed. .
Less Business HereI JUST ONE
Sheriff Serves Notice the clerk of the circuit court of The owner of any impounded *

Upon receipt, of this notice, or Bradford County, who shall pay livestock shall have the right at i I Bradford County merchants had FRIGIDAIREMade BILL JACKSONJackson
live- the same over to the owner of any time before sale thereof to I CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
upontbaanipounding, : of any about 25 per cent less business only by General Transfer Company I I.
such livestock the all
provided the own- redeem same by paying
stock lhe sheriff his dep-
by this September than last-if the Motors Corp. All other
uties, the sheriff shall forthwithserve er shall make satisfactory proofof impounding expenses, includingfees Phone 165 Phone 239
advertis amount of sales taxes collectedI Electric Refrigerators are | Starke, Fla.
ownership to the board of keeping charges,
written notice the I
such upon of the county commissioners within 90 ing or other costs incurred there- s a true index. \1\ made by other companiesand __ _'_'_'_'__ _'_'_ _'_'_ _'_L_'_ _._ A.
owner, advising owner ---'-
< Sales taxes collected in' the
''location where the live- days from the date the sheriff with, or in th'e event there is a cannot use the word I
or place about $3,000 less I II '
stock is being held and impounded reports the sale. If proof of disput as to the amount of such I county were Frigidaire.
be not made within the'costs and expenses, the ownerI this September than in September \ I
the and address of the ownership
1954. n n nnnnnnn
i't with less Clay money County from sales came taxes up ,1I Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE n nnn

I this year than last. 1\\ ? ? I

/ I This drop seems to indicatehat tr.
the two counties are not doing -

I so well businesswise as they : S
',1 did in 1954. E. H. SMITH
S Sales taxes collected in Bradford -

this were $9,629.61 and
'I year 1 Tenth and Temple Ave. 4t
last year were 1264966. Clay J I

!, County in September collected Starke, Fla. : .. J .s tb.
/ I $8,689.07 while in September I. I .
1954 they collected $9,110. i I n
Regular $309.95NOW Union County showed an increase ;i I
this September over last. II i

I Last year's total was $849.06 this :i Get Acquainted 'I a l lh

i 1 year's was $1,372.12. i S .
1 The state as a whole showed '
Fantastic Low Price II FOR SEASONAL
ar about a $700,000 increase for the i
same month. The state total for j t MONEY NEEDS
September was $6,064,637.41. I
,95l Rp.
r rI Gas Sales


IOf' Price War Here I thai off in
I 1 the feeding plan pays

Bradford County didn't have a
l I I $50 $100 $200 $300
gas war year and as a re-
And Your Old Refrigerator. sult service i stations sold about
T I \ 100.000 fewer gallons of gas- Payments To Be Made To I {
\ In Petal Pink Canary Yel- oline this August than in Au- Fit Your BudgetIf I
I low Turquoise Green gust 1954. II '
Cadet Blue. you owe money at several I
I In August last year, 582,3661 different places let Marion Finance .
This Offer for a Limited Time I gallons of gasoline were sold in I pay those bills for you
_-- J Only the county. In August this year!I with our famous Budget Plan.
485,295 gallons were sold. ,
Low monthly installments to fit
Service station
TRADE NOW managers say 1
I II' income.
the gasoline war which lasted your -

from the fall of 1953 until the I _
Actually saves
I' you Money.
ON A NEW. fall of 1554 was the direct: cause
of higher sales volume. In Au- MARION FINANCE
MODEl lB.92.MAUTOMATIC gust 1954 the price was down to 8 It's Security Chick Ration for your f

269 cents a gallon. COMPANY, Inc. baby chicks Security Crowing

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