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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 30, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Burns Are Fatal 'SPENDINGIST' Dennis Given I Baskets Spell Merry Christmas | Council Approves



--r = M" COUNCILRight For Underprivileged In County

To 3YearOldAt after the City Council Fifteen Years [Sharper Teeth

had approved the purchase of


f Kingsley Lake night shook two ,filing Councilman her head cabinets and Ruby remarked Tuesday Johns: In ,Sims Death iJ jln Liquor Law


"" t'n I took office I under-

= 1 Threeyearold'Fay Susan, Sel- stood that the City was broke Circuit Judge George L. Patten An ordinance designed to tightenup

lers of Kingsley Lake died in and there was no money for last Thursday sentenced James I enforcement of the liquor lawsin

Alachua General Hospital Wed- anything: i.Dennis to 15 years in Raiford and i t fi Starke was passed December

local HI-Y Club won-the'$23 prize for best "commercial" nesday morning from burns, suffered "But ever, since then it has ''I.crdered pre-sentence investigation I 120th by the City Council without

Yuletide exhibit with this tableau gf Joseph and :Mary at the inn. The Tuesday when her chenille been spend spend spend. and of Mrs. Anna J. Manning who /I oppos!:10n. '

scene, beautifully flood-lighted erected in front of the high school bathrobe, a Christmas present, for a broke City this is the I i pleaded guilty to a charge of being Ix I The new lawrequested by Mayor -

caught fire from an open fire' 'spendingist' Council I'te ever an "accessory after the fact"
W. T. Jackson
at the last meeting -
An chimes Christmas week. I
building. amplifier played throughout *
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place. ? heard of." 1 1I I in the killing of Horace Sims. l provides that any establishment

Susan, daughter of Mr. and I f pennis, 41-year-old Ocala Negro, with a beer license may not

Mrs. Herbert Sellers Jr., received pleaded guilty to ,a charge of_ = 1 have on the premises any bever-

second and third degree burns on May Be March ,1 I manslaughter. He had admitted; wqs age, other than beer, which con-

the face, body, right arm and i I the Thanksgiving day slaying of tains more than one per cent of

: leg,'physicians said. Before New Power Sims, 31, on the road between "M ]alcohol by weight, and provides

_Pr Mrs. Sellers is in Alachua General I Hampton Junction and Hampton. p.. penalties violations up to $500."In .

Hospital with severe burnson Plants ReadyIt I Judge Patten withheld sentence: effect," City Attorney Arch
the hands which she sufferedin Thomas( Jr. said
in explaining the
L of Mrs. Manning, operator of a
I
an attempt to extinguish the fruit stand at Junction new ordinance, "this simplifies the
3 flames on Susan's lothing. will be around March 1 be- Hampton ,
prosecution of liquor violations If
of
pending
Both Susan and Mrs. Sellers fore the first engine in the new] gation into completion an investi-I any Starke policeman finds liquor

I were taken to Dr. H. H. Adams' power house will be in operation, conditions which any would have Christmas was made brighter for some 140 underprivileged families ,on the premises of a place licensed
a
w office. in Starke, first aid wasi according to opinion expressedat 1 I to sell beer then
bearing on the decision. of Bradford County again this year by the annual distribution of that is in itself

(a given, and they were taken to the City Council meeting last baskets of food and toys. Headquarters for Operation Basket was, ,1 la violation of the law."
Attorney Arch Thomas Jr.
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the Gainesville hospital by am- week.It representing
Mrs. as usual, the local Elks Lodge, and pictured above are members of The Council also passed an or-
Manning requested
j bulance. wos reported recently by a I dinance
I I Surviving besides her parents Jacksonville paper that the first an opportunity to present a reporton the organization who spearheaded the packing of baskets Thursday m new buildings which stipulates that any

are a sister, Rebecca, and two engine would be in operation by Mrs. Manning's health and night of last week: Standing (left to right): Pete Brlnson, Robert the un-widened on portion Highway must 301 on be

brothers, Herbert Spencer III and Jan. 1, but several councilmen other mitigating conditions. The Green, Sen. Charley E. Johns, J. 1) Doyle, Jerome Johns, Titus Olson, 'set back at least 50 ft. from the

I James. and Plant Supt. Riley Wasdin judge said he would set a time for Morris Carter, and Exalted Ruler J. R. Kelly. Kneeling ((1 to r): center line of the highway.

Funeral services will be at the took exception to this forecastand such a hearing. Owen Vaughn, I'billtsk)', chairman of the basket project, and Joe I No

graveside in Evergreen Cemetery said it would be :March 1,] Mrs. Manning, a white woman in !I tiumber.i Objections

Thursday at 1 with the Rev. before the would her 60's, charged with assisting :j! This ordinance was discussed at
p.m. or later, plant was
First prize of $25 for best door or window decoration went to Mr. | a recent meeting, and December
W. S. McAliley. pastor of the start in operation. [ Dennis"well knowing he had ,, I
and Mr*. \V. II. Graham for the appealing choir boy arrangement 20th was set as the time for a
Ftarke Presbyterian Church, off j Clerk Carl Johns was committed a felony under the law ,,

pictured above at their home on new Blanding Road. Second prize o ficiating. DeWitt' C. Jones!{j jI more City optimistic. He said the engineers -,I. 'with.the_intent that he should I!t it:) hearing for any objections When

$15 went to the J. 0. Gay home. ( Funeral Home is charge. the avoid{ and escape detection, arrest, I no one appeared to speak againstthe
I working on "
powerhouse "t W
ordinance it
was passed by thei
trial '
The Sellers family lives in the installation had assured I and punishment. '
1 I i Councili
*J 't ". r"* C. Hoppe house Kingsley. him that it would be partially]t Sheriff PI). Reddish said Mrs. I j
.f. ; f..ake.. Mr Sellers is employed at i! Manning admitted Dennis II I i The Council, which was under
date. driving I
.- ':. completed at an earlier
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.. ""'. the National Guard maintt'nanct'l I i Johns gave the Council a financial -[[to Ocala after he killed Sims in a'' r the chairmanship of Ewell Law-
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i ron, due to the absence
of James
in I
shop Camp Blanding. Jesse'
scuffle owned
report, supplied him by I over a gun by Mrs.
'! t" I A Lewis, also acted on the fol-
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I Thomas of the engineering firm'doing 'Manning. After shooting Sims,'

JWhisket.BlamedByHoopa 'I the job, of the power house:j I Dennis drove him to a dirt road L lowing matters:

..M j'a project as follows: ,near Hampton where he died. The'', .r Took under advisement the request -

total $289,895 hasI body was found two days:! later by!I k 'l I of Albert Lee Crosby of the
So far a of
: ghI other con- ,State Trooper Carlos Musgrove!, local unit of the National Guard
contracts
let in
i been ;
I (land I y 'r rc 'that the donate
City of
Starke a
Police Chief W. E. sum
I i tracts call for the expenditure of j jf
For Law '
BreakingA i about
Thornton $250 annually to the Guard
f $43,619, leaving a balance of ap-j
+ t i to for the cost of
l I I' proximately $41,000 in the $315I ,- tI pay electricity.
.. 27-year-old Auburndale man j r I Crosby told the Council that the
000 budget set up for the job. ,, Fourteen C
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; was sentenced to two threeyearterms I Thomas told Johns he hoped to rsHave recent billing of the Guard for its

in Raifbrd after he and his I I f: ;electric bill, after having supplied
be able to complete the project
Accidents 'I
l9-yearold'brother it free for found the
1 lf pleaded guilty well within the budgeted amount, many years
before Circuit Judge George L. tf organization without funds with
1 + and still have money left with ;
Patten last Thursday to two counts which to purchase oil filters for];0n Foggy Roads which to pay it. He said he had
I 'contacted state Guard
of "breaking and entering. officials
engiles.
for all the ,i i i I
Judge en set the sentencesof Five were charged withexceeding ;without getting any promise of
Alvin Hoopaugh to run concur- | persons i I The ladies loaned a helping hand, filling some 600 bags with candy,assistance, and that he hoped the
safe in accidents,.
a speed
entry j|C of C Membership j nuts, and fruit to be distributed at the theatre 'party for youngsters ''City would help the Guard out in
First prize of $25 for best outdoor arrangement was won by this | involving 14 cars on fog blanketed
',. last Friday morning. From left to right: Mrs. Owen Vaughn, Mrs the matter.
colorful manger scene at the .home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch on' h I Sentence of the younger broth- Drive Producing |u. S. 301 near Starke last Friday I'>

'ft, Jimmie, was withheld pending! i morning.Deputy. I Ij ,I Joe Cumber, Mrs. Pete Brinson, Miss Florence Jennings, and Mrs. Gets Oil Contract -
new Blanding road. Second prize of $15 was awarded to the Tony: Good Results
,completion of an investigation into i j Sheriff Fate Brown said;'i ]LIva Stewart Awarded to T. C. Hazen Jr.,
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Gonzales home in Pinehaven.
I his background. In a letter to 'local Sinclair Oil Company representative -
There were 16 entries in the lighting contest sponsored this year Judge Patten, Mrs. Hoopaugh II I The Chamber of Commerce three people suffered minor inI'I : the contract for furnish-
I.
He estimated
( ,OOO juries. the total i
membership drive to raise $5 -
by the Starke Woman's Club. Judges were members of the lake> 'ing
pleaded for the court to'have met I between lubricating oil to be used in
damage $4.000 and $5,000.
Mrs.
well
I
is "proceeding very +
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City Garden Club. I cy on her son. chamber i State Trooper Carlos Musgrove 1 CEA 513t the power plant engines purchased
:Marian Howe, managerI
"Please don't keep him with. said five I +l ;r$ from New Bern, N. C. Hazen told
cars were involved in 4 kT
said I Tuesday. ,
j hardened criminals" she said, and I' the Council his company could
II She said the teams sent out over|,accidents in a fog-covered area
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LibraryVill During blamed his trouble on bad com I'! p L !furnish the same type of oil formerly -
the city after the kickoff break- i 1:about two and a half miles southof : I
panions. Mrs. Hoopaugh said she used in the engines by the
fast all report favorable returns Starke. The other nine ca'rS'
is a widow and has to work all 1 'j old owners at a saving of nine
in selling the $25 memberships. :;. were in accidents in a foggy area
New Quarters In JanuaryThe the time. I cents a gallon under the oil now
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f
about
The idea inaugurated this"year in a mile north on 301. '
II being
purchased from another
in court Alvin i
expressed regret I
I II
letting members pay in $5 installments Musgrove attributed the wrecks I
about the and said hIwouldn't company. Following the policy
[ robbery
e is being well received she .. to people too fast for the
driving
Starke Library will be clos- paint. The new entrance is on established
'( recently, the Council
1 I have done it if he could i
ed during the entire month of January the west side facing the court I leave whiskey alone. added. i j I i foggy conditions. He said the fog -d [decided to continue using a brand

and the books and house. Money from the drive this year was so thick "at times that you
equipmentwill i! "We're glad the folks got their i iI I I Icouldn't iOf oil which had been used in en-

be moved to the new location I I Mrs. Jeannette Young will continue stuff back," he said. "We don't I I will be used mainly for advertising i I II' I see. r'x |gines previously, and after dis-
the second floor of the old!I I( Starke. The chamber plans to install Even the limit j
on as librarian in the new want to leave the impression that -i i though speed is cussion, awarded the business to
county jail. I'I' new road signs on the high 35 or more in these sections, he '!Hazen without for
advertising
: Mrs. from that
quarters Ritch said, and the .we came kind of fam I
Mrs. H. C. Ritch Woman's :1 ways leading to Starke, to print said, drivers have to go slower ,bids.
I i i
name will be changed to the Brad.I. ily. I I
Club library chairman said books II I mew i brochures, and to have an at-1 under these hazardous conditions
ford County Public Library. Mrs. i Granted authority to Mayor WT ,
The brothers
were arrested for
may be returned to the new loco-j: tractive exhibit at the State. Fair h ;! to keep their cars under control.
Young has been librarian since the breaking in and robbing Pinhol-I I Jackson to have a hot water
tion but will in Tampa. Most of the accidents
during January, none were
: .starke library was started in 1935.\: ster's store and the T. W. Brock I heater installed in an adjacentbuilding"
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be checked out. I caused
by speeding cars overtaking
Before the library is opened in! home in Brooker.In to furnish hot water for
A new entrance has been conIsructed .1 'I Three Families : drivers who were creeping l the
the new quarters all books will be another case Mansell De Sue, I i city jail Jackson said that

to the"'new quarters and .catalogued, Mrs. Ritch said, with, 19-year-old Negro, pleaded not Forced To Vacated he along said.and trying to drive safely I Iwhen the prisoners come in from

the rooms have been completely I I Mrs. W. M. Cressler in charge of I guilty to stealing an Happy scene at the Florida Theatre last Friday morning Is shownas 'working on the streets, they should
renovated with new flooring and this project. By Pre-Yule Fire Brown said two accidents Tuesday I have hot water available.
I $300 worth of pecans from the J. some 500 youngsters stormed the theatre, received bags of candy

R Chasteen warehouse Dec. 4.,I Residents three caused on 301 south of Starke were i. and fruit, and enjoyed a program of movie cartoons. The party was i Up To Contractor(
If Santa Brought A BB Or .22You'd His case will be tried during the of apartmentswere by cars ramming the rear i Reviewed again the matter of
forced to vacate two daysbefore ends of autos waiting on other'I sponsored jointly by the Elks and the Florida Theatre management,
. I next term of circuit court. the Venetian blinds in the firehouse
Christmas when fire dam- drivers to make left turns. Six I' Manager Ira Harris delighted the youngsters with "popcorn on the 1 and
decided
to get prices
Better Read Up On The Law New Manager agrd the attic and ceiling of a cars were involved in these cases, house. Santa Claus (upper left) was on hand to help Elks Welcome i for having them repaired and provided -

two story frame house at 408 S. he, said. children.
the with instead
new of
tapes,
Did Santa Claus bring a new child under the age of 16 is prohibited -!At Wall Agency; I! Walnut St.Assistant. In one accident two cars wereinvolved I .'purchasing new ones.

BB gun or .22 rifle to your homeat unless 1 Chief C. W. and four in the otner. No
such use is under Fire | Referred the of Mrs. .
Christmas for one of your the supervision and in the presence, Gay Tells PlansA I Pickett said the fire apparently one was injured and no arrests It's Time To File 1 Youthful Drivers I derhill, who lives request in Pinehaven Un

youngsters? of an adult. started from defective wires i in were made.
Those HomesteadApplications Must Have O.K. Subdivision, that a driveway be
new Rabb,
Harry
If so. Bradford County Juvenile manager the attic. The attic was com
"Section 2. Any adult responsible -i installed by the city at her home,
Judge Theron A. Yawn urges that i is scheduled to be in charge of pletely burned, he said, and the Of Both Parents
for the welfare of any child the H. C. Wall Insurance Agency 'No Left Turn'From Again ; to the contractors who built the
all parents understand The
the laws second floor was scorched. I((
under the age of 16 who [ homes. Recently the City inquir-
after 1 J, !
pertaining to the use of these Jan. replacing Q. Jay. rest of the house and furnishingswere Florida law requires that each,, Young people between the ages
ed from
ly permits such child knowing'I'I said he will in Call Into I.'I | FHA as to the proper responsibility -
weapons by juveniles and see that I have in his possession any Gay open an damaged by water. j home owner who is to receive the I.j of 14 and 18 years, who apply for of nstructing driveways -
office at his house at
they are obeyed. fair J': rifle, or .22-caliber rifle surance Residents of the house, owned benefit of homestead exemption driver's licenses, must have the at
In violation I I homes under .FHA Jurisdiction
1227 E. Call St. He will Walnut
"The .22 rifle and even the BB I[.: of the provisions of Section I ize special by Mrs. Susie Andrews, were Mrs. StreetAn must file his application with the signature of both parents, witnessed and was toM that the con-
in life insurance, he said
gun are deadly weapons," Judge I \ 0' this Act shall be guilty of a ) Florence Sharp, Milton Jordan,I tax assessor before April 1 each either by the examiner or a tractor is supposed to take care
Yawn stated, "and the law I though he will handle a complet The God (
stipulates misdemeanor and upon conviction and a Godwin family. experimental traffic regulation year. notary public, and must also submit of the driveway as part.of the con-
j line. He has been of .
that any youngster using one i I thereof shall be punished by a fine I manager wins have ,three children. prohibiting: left turns from r: Assessor Gene Long said yesterday a certified copy of birth certi tract.

must do so under the supervision: (.f not more than $300 or fanI the Wall Agency for three years. The firemen .were called out at Call into Walnut Street is being that renewal will ficate. Both of these conditions
by applications The
in meeting was Closed
Rabb has been in business I withprayer
of his parents. I pnsonment I for not longer than 30, 8:55 Friday night and worked on tried, Mayor W. T. Jackson an- be mailed to those who received must be met before the examination
Jacksonville for the last siyears. x i ;- ( by Pastor Lacy Conway of
"A -
number of heartbreaking)days." I'the blaze for about an hour and nounced this week. "No Leftturn" can be started. I
exemption for last on or I the
year Airpark
accidents For the last two he ( Baptist Church.
"
he years
can i I
prevented he! i had to knock
in insurance. Be a half. Firemen signs have been erected ono about Jan. 3. Persons applying! Applicants between the ages of ,
added, "if parents will properly has specialized holes in the roof and ceiling t the traffic light at this corner and |I for the first time must in and 16 years must be-accompanied
Local come (14
train their children in the use of|i I Board Open* t fore that he was interested in real I get water to the flames Pickett 'I the public is asked to cooperate,I person to the assessor's office in(( : by a licensed driver'at j e ast CommissionersWill
weapons, and strict cbenience of estate as well. He has lived in I I I II
the law," I I i[[Four Days Per Week i Jacksonville all hislife.. I said. with the new regulation. I the courthouse. 18 years old.Examinations. Reorganize

The law 1951''I I. Rabb's wife two children Mayor Jackson said that the 4, "Only persons who reside on are given on Monjriays -
enacted and
by the Selective Service At
Legislature read: No. 18 will be Local Board I' will move to Starke as soon as C of C Receives action Was taken in an effort to their property and in good faith I from 2 to 5 p.m., and oni I Tuesday Meeting

open from Monday break the bottleneck that resultsat I make it his or her permanent home i Thursday from 9 a.m. until noon.i
"Section 1. The use for any pur- through Thursday of each week they find a place to live. He has I 16 City Directories i Reorganizing of the Board of
I
this intersection when
should
drivers, apply for exemption !{ Examinations will not be gIven
l G.ie whatsoever of BB guns airlines during the hours of 8 a.m. to 12 two sons, Harry III, 6, and |County Commissioners is slated
waiting to make left hand i said. J
turns Jan. 2.
Long
and .22-caliber rifles by any I I II noon and 1 p,m, to 5 p,m. | Robert. 5. I I The Chamber of Commerce this block the 1 ion j i Monday | for the Tuesday meeting, County
main.stream of traffic
I, week received directories of 16 I Returns on personal property]I I Clerk Charles Darby said. this

80,000 Seedlings (! southern cities from the R. 1.1 I behind them. i!and intangible personal property Two-Way Radio 'eek.
CLIP THIS COUPON AND MAIL TO J
: ,are also beingtaken and all these I
(I Polk Co. of Richmond Va. Officers to be elected are chairman -
Received Here i Mayor( Asks Strict are due on or before April 1, the Proves EffectiveIn
i iI
Mrs. Robert Firth, Chm. I i I Chamber manager said thesinrectories I I road foreman, county attorney -
!l I assessor said. "
can be'used at the First Test and county prosecuting at-
Ban On Beer i
Cancer Closet Box 648 Eighty thousand pine seedlings
i I Chamber of Commerce office by i torrey, and janitor.

Starke, Florida were received last week and dis-.pnyone needing information about'I I Sales To Minors New License TagsThe i}I The county-city operation of the The reorganizing occurs annualIv -
tributed free to 18 farm-
of charge j !
I;. |I these cities. iI,I )I I two-way radio at the county Jail < n the first Tuesday after thee

YES I will be glad to donate a pint of blood for the icrs in this area, it was announced I! The 16 cities are Miami Jack-: Mayor W. T. Jackson this week: new blue-and-white Fonda I which was put into operation r -i! firs' :Monday in January.

use of Bradford County Cancer Patients: I by County Agent George Huggins.]jsonville! Gainesville, Tallahassee'l i sued to the police department anr.rder ; auto tags for 1956 will go on I II gently I proved its value one night

I i Farm Forester Don Champion] I W strictly enforce the law sale at Tax Collector J. R.
)!Tampa, St. I Kelly's last week when a minor wreck i
and Soil Conservationist Bill Haas i Bartow, Pensacola. Ft Lauderdale I I.regarding the sale of beer to I office Tuesday. Jan. 3. Deadline curred. Rotary( Hears Partin

Name ___ _____-________-_---.___--------______ were responsible for lining up requests I'Atlanta, Ga.. Birmingham Ala., minors. !I for chaining tags is Feb. 20. "The city police were at the I A the
report on White
for the recent
Street seedlings, and assisting Durham N. C., Raleigh, N. C., Mobile -,I "Those who sell beer know the t! wreck two minutes after it happened House'
Address Conference Education
'. farmers with technical data Ala., and New Orleans.; I II I law," he stated, "and they must t BPOE Notice ," Sheriff P. D. Reddish r ewas'I' on
given at the
RFD or Box No. :_________J .,.._::..L.----:=------- on planting. I I The R L. Polk Co. is in the also know the penalties provided I II ported.He Rotary Club
i Wednesday by
Chas. S. Partin
I ,
I Huggins said that the planting)j process of compiling information for violations. I have instructed The
I I regular meeting of the I stated that the new t-up{ supervising principal BHS.
Town__ ___ "' [of seedlings this year will be for a Gainesville city directory.I the police to be on the lookout BP.O. Elks 1802 will be held will be of great value to his department of
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'smaller last year, due to ihe I I j}Ira. Howe said, and this should be I.I for sales of beer to minors and to I Monday Jan. 2 at R pm. in the I as well as to the city I to the conference, representingthe
weather. i
dry )I
published about March 1. take appropriate action. Elks Club. police American Legion.



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editorialTo and Mrs. Charles Snowden of and Mrs. J. A. Williamsand two wonderful sermons on Christ- FRIDAY, DECEMBER SO,, 1955
LICKED YET! Gainesville, and Mrs. Ida Parrishof ,
had .
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family as Christmas mas day even if the congregationwas .yyyyyyy....yy.yy..y; Wade Gaskins
Earlton. Mrs. T. F. Brown and guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- small. family.
Thanks to the dimes and 'dol Frank Brown dinner Rev. Milton Dukes and Gen
were
guestsof liam Fowler children
and of Law-
Jump Or Not To. lars donated by countless Americans Mr. and Mrs Emory Brown on tey, and their son, Henry Wil- land Daisy were Lang in and Starke Bessie Strick NORTH SIDEBy Norman are spending this weekin
medical science has won a Tuesday
Christmas Charleston, S. C.Ooith Rev.
day. liams, who is home on
holiday
morning of last week.
The incident occuring here in the week before great "victory over polio. We Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Griffin leave from the Navy. way home they had to On their and Mrs. Oscar Carter Dukes' parents.
have a polio vaccine a safe stop
Christmas, wherein a jet plane crashed to earth, and effective vaccine now, and it is and Mr. and :Mrs. J. L. Peoplesleft Mr. and Mrs. Madison Lee entertained take a look at the elephant at .&&AAAA A..A A. A AAA A Jimmy and Dot Johnson and

blowing out a crater large enough to hold a good already protecting millions of last weekend for a holiday Mr. and Mrs. W. A.. Highland. Now Bessie knows Mr. and Mrs. Oscar sons spent the holidays in Madison .
Carter
visit this week in. Stewart, Miss. Saxon and children and Mrs. J. where to to find the hadas with his .
parents.Mr.
sized house, brings forth some sobering thoughts.. children. We can forsee the day go big game. Christmas dinner guests Mrs.J. .
This incident takes on added significance whenwe when that protection will extendto Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsythe, H Saxon for Christmas dmnen Dub England of Florence, Ala. S. Norman. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips of
Vernon Forsythe and Miss Wil- Mrs. Bob Parrishers brother and
recall that Cecil Field, about 20 miles to the all This year. Miss Sara low Hammond were Christmas sister from New Smyrna Beach spent Christmas day with his Norman and family Mr. and Mrs. Lawtey visited Mrs. J. S. Norman
Barefoot local March of Dimes children and other relatives at Harold Norman and .
north of us, is constantly being enlarged and ex- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otis For- visited Mr. and Mrs. Parrish in family. Monday.Mr.
Chairman for Bradford County, Clay HULMonday Howard Norman Mrs. Lula Norman
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panded as a jet base. sythe in Jacksonville Beach. Hampton last week. and Mrs. Truman Norman
states that the needed funds required morning of last, week Rev. Milton Dukes Valaria
It would be super optimism to hope that this Mr. and Mrs. Avery Slade and Miss Neil Crews, daughter of Shuford Mr. and family had Christmas din
to continue the fight Daisy Lang, and Nellie and Bud and Mrs. Owen Carter -
will be the last of such accidents to take placein against the dread disease will sons were Christmas guests in Mr. and Mrs. Marion Crews of Wilkinson went to Jacksonville and family, Floyd Denmarkand ner with Mrs. Norman's parents,

this vicinity, in view of the large number of be a minimum of $47,600,000.00.. Maxville with Mrs. Slade's par- the State Farm, entertained for Christmas shopping. Daisy said family Leon Starling and the Carl Prevatts.

jets maneuvering over this area. And it is easy With the discovery and use'of ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Greene. her sixth birthday on Wednesday, they didn't get much done be- family. Earl Denmark, George Earl and Netta Crawford and

to imagine the tragedy that would have resultedif the wonderful Salk vaccine many Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Allen and Dec. 21. Present were Peggy and cause there were too many peo- Basdin of Jacksonville, Miss Debbie son spent Christmas day with

the plane that plowed into an open area here, will ask why the March of Dimes children joined relatives of Mr. Mary Duggar, Patsy and Cathy ple to wade through.D. Phillips and Simeon Phillip the Pete Crawfords near Starke

had landed.instead in the heart of the business campaign must continue. The Allen at Bay Lake for a Christ- Hitchcock, Sylvia Starling Raymond B. Lang, who is working in of Maxville, M. D. Carter of Lake
Mrs. Cutshaw Jacksonville
Dobbs Woody of
mas dinner Saturday.Mr. Deanna Conner; Lin- Worth Mrs. John Aguiar and
answer lies in the fact that in Tampa spent Christmas with his
district or in a thickly'settled residential area. 1955 some 30,000 Americans were and Mrs. George Saxon, da Edwards Johnny Alwood Mike parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nancy of Wesconett Mrs. Effie spent Tuesday with her
It is hard to criticize a pilot for bailing out ofa Seigler, and aunt, Mrs. D. C. Conner.
Becky
Johns
stricken. Polio isn't licked yet. Holland Payne 'Mr. and Mrs. Ira Peggy Thompson Lang of Clay Hill. and son Freeman of Starke,
plane when he believes it is out of control and In addition national estimates Lester and'Mrs. Hattie Lane were Billy and Gail Saxon Mary John and Betty Brumbelow and Richard and Esther Carter. ...
his own life is at stake.. But certainly he should show that over 68,000 polio patients dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. Duggar and Wendy and Debbie spent the Christmas weekend Jerry Witcher is confined to

exhaust every possible chance of regaining con- depend on the March of Dimes L. Birt last Saturday. Mr. and IIi1L'TfVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTV with Dad and Mom Strickland. the veterans hospital in Lake FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S

trol before making the fateful decision. A man for aid. These people need more Mrs. Saxon had the Birts for Saturday night Faye England City. .

who bails out a mile or two above ground, mightbe than the vaccine. They need Christmas dinner Sunday; also suffered a nervous attack and Mr. and Mrs. Azure Johns and
mechanical substitutes for arms Mrs. Inez Alford and son, John had children of Jacksonville spent JUST ONE
able to save his. plane and possibly lives of to be rushed to the doctor.It
'civilians on the ground if he would' stick and legs and lungs. Most of all, Davis of Jacksonville who were LONG BRANCH seems that the excitement of the holidays with his parents Mr. FRIG1DAIREMade
many
weekend at the and Mrs. P. B. Johns.
they need the hope which comes guests Saxons. all the gifts and preparing for
with the plane at least until it was near enoughthe from 'knowing that they do not Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon tiy, Sirs. .1. u StricklandlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAfU Christmas was too much for her Jimmy, Shirley and Jackie only by General

ground that a crash was inevitable. A pilot, fight alone. We can be sure that and daughter were in Eau Gallie and brought on the attack. Gaskins spent the Christmas holidays Motors Corp. All other

before "giving up the ship" should certainly weigh many more thousands will again_ for the Christmas weekend, with Saturday night Ida Mae Man- in :Miami as guests'of the Erectile Refrigerators are

every consideration even his own life-against be stricken in 1956. Mrs. Saxons parents, Mr. and The Long Branch Church pre- ning, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. made by ether companies

the lives of the 15 or 20 persons who might easilybe According to the latest figures Mrs. A. G. Pope. sented its Christmas program on Ted Manning, fell and struck her and cannot use the*word
killed when his plane crashes to earth. Abandoning from the Bradford County Marchof Visiting at the G. C. Cox home Sunday, Dec. 18, with a large head on the heater and rut out PEST CONTROL Frlffldalre.

a million and a half dollar's worth of UncleSam's Dimes committee Starke re- for the holiday' weekend were congregation present. a gash that bled very badly Sheis
property to certain destruction is not a ceived $2,632.51 for its patients, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Hicks and The Clay Hill Church gave its recovering nicely, however. TERMITESALL
Want A GenuineFRIGIDA1RE
in the Lawtey district, 2916.28, family of Jacksonville.The Christmas program Wednesday TYPES OF
matter to be taken lightly either.
Brooker district, 1397.42, and J. J. Brannens were hosts night, Dec. 21, at 7 o'clock. All The First Methodist NOTICE Church build- GROVE SPRAYING ? ?
well instructed along
We assume that pilots are in the Hampton district, $156.48, Christmas day for the R. A. took part in the singing, and ing and Und in Hampton (no furnishings
these lines before being given the responsibilityof for the past year. These amounts Brannen family of Hampton, Den- gifts were exchanged.There bids) will are offered be received for sale.from Sealed Sunday -- Florida Pest Control THEN SEE

handling one of the faster-than-sound jets. went for the care of the fifteen nis Brannen of Lakeland, Miss will be services at the Dec. 11, Wednesday)', Jan.
But it would be comforting to us civilians on the polio victims of the county, the Jessie Mae Brannen of Bartow, Clay Hill Church Saturday nightat the 11, at right 2 p.m.to reject The any board and reserves all bids. & Chemical Co. E. H. SMITHTenth
Phone
ground to know that they have exhausted every chairman stated. and Billy Brannen of Ft. Myers. 7 o'clock with Rev. H. R. Car- Bids will be opened at 3 p.m. at my Franklin 6-6055
home. Submit bids to .
meL 24 N. W. 16th Ave.
possible means of regaining control of their plane Volunteers Needed Visiting at the Willard M. ter conducting. Rev. J. C. Nor- Y. Saxon. Chairman
The Campaign Director for this Jones" home for the holiday week- man will be the speaker Saturday Board of Trustees Gainesville Fla. and Temple Ate.
before deciding to jump. First Methodist Church
year's March of Dimes is Mrs. end were their sons, Howard night, Jan. 7. Everyone is urgedto Hampton Fla. Call for estimate Starke, Fla.
Nina Andrews. Mrs. George Jones of Cocoa, and Ralph Jones attend especially members of 12-16 4t l/

Blood For Cancer Patients Roberts, of Lawtey, Mrs. Aubrey

Hazen, of Brooker, and Miss .
One of our local business women's organiza- Betty Durling, of Hampton will

tions, Beta Sigma Phi. backed by the American represent those districts. Mrs. J

Cancer Society, is sponsoring a Cancer Loan Andrews urges that volunteer The drink

Closet in Starke for the use of all Bradford workers contact in the'their various local county one your :
areas repre-
County Cancer patients. Despite the fact that sentatives.

the closet has been organized three months, T _*"** -* _
only -
,
When asked the amount of the -A* l. ._.. '* < '< ". ,.. ht M 011" \
it has already supplied several cancer patients Bradford County quota, Miss .. .., .
.
with dressings, and one with a hospital bed and Barefoot stated that $4,000.00will

other items of sick-room equipment.Now be needed to meet the coun- H.olida Guests will
Beta Sigma Phi intends to stock the ty polio deficit. "No set quota welcome

closet not only with dressings, pads, and perma- has been given to us," she said.

nent equipment, but also to extend the services "We hope Bradford County will _

to include blood for transfusions. That is, by far, do its part in meeting the growing .
costs of the necessary care
., the sorority's most ambitious undertaking and treatment." .

one which cannot be accomplished without the N I

assistance and wholehearted cooperation of the ,.....v..v...v.v.v.....,

residents of Bradford County.. .

When fifty potential donors have signed to HAMPTON I \J oca0 a .
.
give blood an appointment will be made for the ..

Bloodmobile to come to Starke, take the blood and By 3lrs., D. E. Hill ,. -
-
,
"bank" it in the name of the Cancer Closet. The 'rq I 9 9sf F
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blood will then be made available, without charge, f __ -'-
to anyone suffering with cancer and in need of a Cameron and his niece, -q ,
Edna Eyre, of Philadelphia Pa. Dr, .
transfusion.Had
'
were out-of-town guests at U"! >
Beta Sigma Phi not been certain of the Claude May home for the holi k ,: Nr'.

cooperation of Bradford County residents, it days. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cox You're tl
would never have been able to contemplate this entertained for' Christmas dinner. sure to have guests.They're ,

major undertaking. We hope that their faith in with Mr. and :Mrs. Claude May

the community is 'justified,,and we can 'hardly Mr. Cameron and Miss Eyre, Mrs. sure to want Coke '

think of a project more deserving of public sup- Betty May and daughter, Melody,
and Mrs. :Mae Sweeney and daughters Better
port as we enter into the new year. have plenty. almost
Joan and Connie, of GamesviJe -
So when your service club, or you personally, present. .

are contacted in this connection, sign up without Guests at Mr. and Mrs. Fra,itcWilliams' -,' everyone appreciates the best!
hesitation and 'have the satisfaction of knowingthat home for Christmas

one pint of your blood is ready when neededby dinner were Mr. and Mrs. James r@.; : ,
'> ,
a cancer patient perhaps your next door Broome and family of Orlando, ?

neighbor or even a member of your family.As and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Johnson, / d -
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Haddock .
soon as enough potential donors have signed and

up the date will be set and each person notifiedas and son of Hampton. i./ F'
Mr. Mrs. M. L. Wattersonand
to the exact time for the blood to be taken. and
Dorthy Eiland of Hampton
Why not make a resolution right now to help spent the Christmas weekend in i'1'

Beta Sigma Phi bank all the blood possible for Evergladesitil Mr. and Mrs. ,

the future use of Bradford Countians? Donald McMahone and son
k, !'
Mr. and Mrs. Mi.ton Mosher a

"This Hurts Me More ;." and children left Friday for the y
holiday weekend with relatives

The Temporary State Commission on Youth and in Stewart, Miss. Y- / '
Mr. and Mrs. J. V;. Home, of r
Delinquency will ask the New York State Legis-
Hampton left Sunday night by
lature for a "parental{ responsibility" law under train for Miami where they will

which parents can be fined. or imprisoned or both take a plane for Balb,>a, Pa"lama -

for the misdeeds of their minor offspring. Canal Zone, for a week's rr. r

In its.report to Governor Harriman, the Com visit with their daughter, Mrs. Jf+

mission urged that the courts be given the powerto Dick Williams and airily.
of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hiil; and
compel parents juvenile delinquents to restrain -
and correct their young hopefuls, and to daughters spent Christmas in 1 I ,
Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. T.
take the rap if they fail. The suggested maximum -
W. King and family.
penalties \vou\\\ be a $250 fine or thirty daysin Christmas day visitors at the

jail, or both. G. P. Wadsworth's Mr. and ;; ij

We congratulate the Commission on the sanest Mrs. Gordon Wadsworth Gaines- X. 3.w .

approach yet offered to this problem, and wonderif ville and Mr. and Mr!!. Thomas p ,

the solons will have the courage to implementit. Wadsworth of Bunnell. -. vr. JL r %J ; n FT

Weekend guests at the Marvin :. ,
Failes were Mr. and Mrs. Toles ,
yoi'yJ.'i 4 p iN' ;
Gasoline And Coffee and daughter, Carolyn, of Rome,

Ga.Mr.. and Mrs. Robert Millard r
Gasoline and coffee are good mixers for safe '
and <
daughter and nte e of Olean
and sane holiday driving, we are reminded by N. Y. are visiting this week with 7H
Glen P. Woodard executive secretary of the Mr. and Mrs. John Parker for "

Florida Petroleum Industries Committee. He the holidays. Mrs. Millard is Mrs. ,

urges that motorists "make coffee the one for the Parker's daughter.Mr. '

road" during the three-day New Year's weekend. and Mrs. A. II Perry and

Already some 700 Americans have been sacrificed daughters of Hampton were :
Christmas of Mrs. = __ _
guests Perry's M
to the Christmas weekend accident fest, and
mother, Mrs. A. M. Cowan in ;
last year 296 died on the New Year weekend. Gainesville. Also present were _

:Motorists are urged to be particularly carefulat :Mr.: and Mrs. Tommy Bruce and ,

night, since nearly three out of every five children and Mr. and Mrs. Gene .,- /

deaths occur during the hours of darkness. Fortyper Chasen.

cent of all traffic deaths occur on weekends Mr. and Mrs. J. ,V. Horne and.

and the most dangerous day of the week is Satur- sons, and Mrs. Betty May and

day."When daughter in Starke celebrated with Mr.Christmaseve and Mrs. / I .
} remember that
we New Year's Eve
Robert Barksdale and children. bf
j
falls on Saturday this it I ,
gives
year : us some- Mrs. Ethel Tij\\ell. Miss B.'tty
thing to think about," warns Mr. Woodard. He Durling and Nell) Crews wore 6i Get Extra Coke

offers this bit of(#. sage advice: ."Gasoline and sightseening in St. Augustine
liquor don't mix. But gasoline and coffee blend Friday.

well into the best holiday mixers for a happy and Mrs. Ina Knigh and son Ronnie -

accident-free New Year" visited in Heilbronn with Mr. For .The

. M .. y';,'WLa n'nom.xuu, "",wmiM....""' ..........."'Ji"Iir.! ........w.. e.xv' '_ .a.......m.'WTHE' and Mrs. Carl Wilson for Christmas Holidays

RRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH day.
.
EST. 1879 W H. Griffin of Hampton

FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWS spent the Christmas.kend in ,
Jacksonville with the Percy Grif Xing-Size Standard lIe r
.
iJ' PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLYUNDER
fins.Mr. BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY B\' -
THE SAME MASTHEAD. and Mrs. Owen Simmons .

spent Christmas in Jacksonville: THE STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY .
PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTEWfD AS SECOND CLASS with Mrs. Simmons' sister. :Mrs.
THE MATTER ACT AT OF THE MARCH POST 3.OFFICE 1879. Al STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER Charlie Edwards, and family. "'Cote" !is_a r.altt,r.d trade-mari. 0 i tf. THE COCA COLA COMPANY"

Y.;.-- '-,;- .;i .---lllii'r.e:: :. ca. ."A.,n"w.ri.Yr:, .. *.a__.Met Christmas eve guests of Mr. ,



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DECEMBER SO. 1955 BRADFORD OOCKTIT TELEGRAPH, STABKE. FLORIDA PtGE: THREE
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J 'I odwin and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney V. A. Rogers.Mr. I I nd refreshments served. Those ..
Iarris and daughters. and Mrs. James Coleman njoying this occasion with Johnie
I
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and pent the holidays with Mrs. lae were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. \V'11I -
I amily visited Mr. and Mrs. Sam :oleman's family in Avon Park. inson Jr. and family, C. E. Wil- Get off to a smart start with"SuperRight"
licks and family in Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. William Padgettnd I inson Sr., Charlene and Leonard
I
:rhristmas afternoon and had son had Christmas dinner j' nd Winfred Wilkinson, Mr. and
Christmas supper with them. with Mr. Padgett's brother-in- Irs. Wilbur Wilkinson and son,
Rudy Higginbotham left Tues-.I aw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Abie {r. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinsonnd y
day morning for Fort Eustis, ..ePrell in Jacksonville.Over sons, and Bill Oliver. RwftI
a., where he is stationed. 100 persons attended the Mr and Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson, lloMog
Harry Padgett killed a rattle- Siristmas plays at the Maxville 3iarlene, Leonard and Miss Nana
nake in the fire line at Maxville Congregational Holiness Church McPherson had as their guestsor
londay. The snake had six rat- rhristmas Eve. After the play Christmas dinner, Mr. and !
: les and a button. andy and fruit was distributed Irs. Rudolph Wilkinson and
:hristmas Party At Pheils mong the guests. amily of Auburndale, Mr. and
A Christmas party was enjoyedt i Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginbo- Irs. Oscar Wilkinson and sons, Sugar-Cured HOG tc !
the home of Mr. and Mrs. ham and daughters June and {r. and Mrs. Wilbur Wilkinson
eorge Pheil and son ChriStmasight. hirley had with them for Christ nd son of Maxville, Winfred Wil-
Those attending were Mrs. las dinner Mr and Mrs. Franklin kinson, Johnie Mae Stricklandnd ,
Iattie Nolan Mr. and Mrs. Tom- Higginbotham and family of Bill Oliver of Jacksonville.Mr. .
: ) ly Thomas and family and :Mr. acksonville, Mr. and Mrs. George and Mrs. Oscar Harris, Mr. p V'l
nd Mrs. Claude Greene. ohnson and family of Jacksonville nd Mrs. Lynn Harris, Mr. and J S
Mrs. Mary Wellhausen enjoyed (Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jtra. Ben Higginbotham Mrs. '
SiristBUS dinner with her son ; gore and family of Panama Villie Harris and Susie Harris
nd daughter-in-law Mr. and :Sty, and Mr and Mrs. Paul Gar utchered hogs Monday over at OWLSC
Irs. Ernest Wellhausen and sons. ett and family of Millington, Ir. and Mrs. Sidney Harris home
Mrs. Sidney Bell Hall and Mrs. 'enn. and spent the day preparing them.
ylvia Carter of Jacksonville Mr. aDd Mrs. Paul Garrett and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Burdettend
Isited with Mrs. Hall's mother, amily spent Sunday night in children of St. George, Ga.
Irs. Hattie Nolan, Monday. acksonville with Mr. and Mrs. isited Mr. and Mrs. Ben Higgin
laxville Children Enjoy eorge Johnson.Mr. otham and family Monday.We .
I i :Jecil Field Party and Mrs. Raymond Kilgorend are all so glad that Willie
: Chaplain Davis of Cecil Field family left Monday morningor Farris is feeling better and is and Tongue In 4 0'
I rranged to have the Navy bus a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Bill ble to be up and about a little.
ome out to Maxville Thursday Cilgore and family and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Harris and Lb.
Doming at ten o'clock and pickp aura Martin, and family in amily had Christmas dinner with -rB
Oscar Owens, John Owens, irooksville.Mr. their son and daughter-in-law,
udy Owens, Louie Owens and< and Mrs. J. C. Nolan and Ir. and Mrs. Lynn Harris and
esse Owens, Linda, Roger and Ed amily were business visitors in amily.Mr. .

Vaters, Charlene, Alvin and Irvin acksonvillei.andJStarke Saturday. and Mrs. G.V.. Denmark A CON
adgett, Don, Larry and Etta frs. J. C. Nolan and children nd family of Jacksonville and Flaga Dried BLACK EYESQUARES
\ 'aye Harris and their little riser isited with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Irs. Julia Griffis had Christmas
and W. J. and Annette Pad Vilkinson and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph inner with Mr and Mrs. Lonnic
I.'I children ilas and daughters in Jacksonille -
ett. At ll o'clock the Farris and family. PEASLb
ere served a delicious turkey Monday.Mr. Mrs. Minnie Miller and son,
inner with all the trimmings. and Mrs. Tommy Thomas .rthur, and daughter, Anita of
After dinner they attended a and three children of Mobile, liami arrived Friday to spendhe
I lovie and then returned to the la., have recently 'moved into Christmas holidays with Mrs.
: I. all where they met Santa Claus he Nolan cottage. liller's brother-in-law and sister, 1 19C -Jri 1
i who distributed many very nice ree At Long Branch .Ir. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and l2-oz Pkg _
I ifts of clothing and toys to the The Christmas tree and partyor amily. I .r
hildren. Also fruit, candy and the Long Branch Sunday Mrs. W. A. Cannon of Palatka "Super-Right" Western Corn Fed Extra '
uts. There were 75 children at chool was held last Thursday rrived Friday afternoon to spend Lean Fresh 4 to 6 Ib avg BOSTON
ending this event and everyonad ight at the Long Branch Bap- Christmas with her soninlawnd
a wonderful time. ist Church. After the Devotional daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Lb
Rudy Higginbotham' Sat- ervice and song service gifts lolan and family.Mr. BUTTS: 29C
rday night in Jacksonville with nd fruits and candies were dis- and Mrs. R. L. Hollimanand
Ir. and Mrs. J. D. Wilkinson. ributed to all of those attending. daughter, Sandra, arrived
Super-Right Old Fashion Thick Sliced Sultana Creamy SALADS
olan Cannon Family ReunionThe Buddy Dees spent Christmas aturday night to spend Christ-
C. B. Nolan home was the /ith his brother-in-law and sis- las with Mrs. Holliman's brother- <%
cene of a delightful Christmas er, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Harris n-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. BACON 11C
inner enjoyed by both Mr. No- nd son, Ray. ?. B. Nolan, and family. DRESSINGAnn
an's and Mrs. Nolan's immediate Friends of Mr. Westberry Grifis Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Harris
amilies. Those enjoying this oc- will regret to learn that he is nd sons were business visitorsn
asion with Mr. and Mrs. Nolan till ill and confined to the Weeks Jacksonville Friday.Mr. Page Pitted PARTY -

nd sons, Billy and Bobby, were Tursing Home in Jacksonville. and Mrs. Bootsie Cannon 2'2 Ib Jar \ AC
family, Mrs. Hattie services at the Jar
{r. Nolan's There were no nd family visited with Mr. and OLIVES Quart
Mr. and Mrs.: J. C. Nolan faxville Congregational Holiness Irs. Charles Starling and family
1
and family, and Mr. and Mrs. D. Tiurch Christmas morning, but n Jacksonville Christmas night.
Parrish and family of Maxville, ervices were held Christmas Mrs. Lealer Harris and son, Langs Sweet MIXEDPICKLES
and Mrs. Robert Nolan and night. Ierschell, had as their guestsor
on, Robert, of Seville, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilkinsonr. Christmas dinner, Mrs. Gladys 22-02 Jar
Tommy Smith, Mrs. Lorraine and family had as their guestsor 'opeland and children Mr. and 19C

and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Christmas, Mrs. Wilkinson'sarents Mrs. Henry Griffis and family, _
: of Jacksonville. Mrs. No- and sister, Mr. and Mrs. nd Mr. and Mrs. Bootsie Cannon
an's family included Mrs. W. A. ..yle Cannon and daughter, Vir- nd family.Mr. Ann Page Spaghetti 15i/>-oz .
annon and Mr. and Mrs. R. L.. inia. and Mrs. Bob Stanley and For 3 ffC A&P Fancy AppleSAUC
lolliman and daughter of Palata Mrs. Helen Osborne and son, aughter, Mrs. Dorothy Waters, E 2
Mrs. Minnie Miller and son, taymond, of Jacksonville visited nd children visited in Earlton
Arthur, and daughter Anita of rith Mrs. Dorothy Waters and each last Saturday.Mr. .
liami, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wardnd < amily Christmas afternoon.Mrs. and Mrs. Harry Padgettnd Ann Page MACARONI and 2 Mb For S E Eor
of
and Mrs. G. M. Beach
Mr.
Deanne Hill returned from family had as their guestsor
lastings.Mr. business trip to Norfolk, Va. Christmas dinner Mr. and SPAGHETTI 2 1 EC
and Mrs. Leslie Chilsonnd ast Thursday. Irs. Ernest Padgett and familyf Cans
family spent the Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stanley and Miami and Willard Padgett 2'Ib 23C
oliday in Zephyrhills with Mrshilson's aughter, Sandra, arrived Thurs- .rnest and his wife returned to
Mr. and Mrs. Kraft CHEESE (All Kinds)
parents, ay to. spend the Christmass holi- Siam Sunday, but their littleon
avs with Mrs. Stanley's- family- Eddie remained for an in- 5-oz
Irs. Dorothy Waters and family. efinite stay with his grandparnts SPREAD 25C
They left Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgett. Golden Ripe
t ,' Family (Christmas Party attic Willard stayed with his Lb
:: Mrs. Dorothy Waters' home was randmother, Mrs. Grace Sharp, Wholesome ORANGE BANANAS 1 QC79C
he scene of a delightful family n Middleburg.Mrs. .
Christmas party Friday evening Dorothy Waters visiteder JUICE E -OI Firm Crisp
when Mrs. Waters had all her mother, Mrs. A. L. Rehberg,
amily together. The gifts were t Doctors Hospital in Starke Mon- 2Hds
distributed and opened and re- ay, where she is confined withn LETTUCE 25C
reshments were served to Mrs. attack of double pneumonia.
Waters, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Watrs Mr. and Mis. Jack Waters and Fancy Red EMPEROR
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bud amily visited with Mrs. Waters'amily Red York Variety
Our present manager, Jerry O. Gay, Vaters and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Minus, in Lb
till Roberson and daughter. Mr. avannah, Ga. over Christmas. GRAPES 15C 1
nd Mrs. Bob Stanley and daugher Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higgin-
has resigned and Ed, John Linda and Ro- otham and family had as their arge Stalk Fla. GREEN
er Waters.Mr. nests for Christmas day Mrs. J. L E S
and Mrs. Melvin Watsonnd ... Waters and sons of Lawtey, #a sLAPPLES
effective January 1 1956. CELERY 1SC
family had Christmas dinner Ir. and Mrs. Lyle Schmells and
'ith Mrs. Watson's brother-in- aughter of Jacksonville, Mr. and
After that date this position aw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Irs. J. C. Higginbotham and Lb Mb Cello Bags .J
lackburb and family in Jack- aughter of Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. 12 Each
t onville. B. Mosley of Middleburg, and ,
will be filled by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wellhauen {r. and Mrs. E. D. Higginbothamnd TS 15C
and family had as guests for family of Maxville.
'hristmas dinner Mr. and Mrs. Tome jDemonstration Club Porta Rician Yams SWEET
HARRY H. RABB, JR. Lindy" Gentry and family from Just a reminder that the Maxilla -
ake Shore in Jacksonville. Home Demonstration Club Lb
I POTATOESLibby's BC
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Godwin and 'ill meet Tuesday Jan. 3, at tho
amily had as guests for Christ. ome of Mrs. C. B. Nolan to have Jane Parker Party Perfect
las supper Mr. and Mrs. William he Christmas party which was
'adgett and son. postponed last week. We ask Fancy TOMATO -
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and ve'ryone to be present at two
Mr. Rabb has had extensive ons and Arthur Miller of Miami 'clock and bring with them a ANGEL FOOD JUICE -oz Con
< were business visitors in Starke ift to be exchanged.ivlc 21CNabisco

experiencein aturday afternoon. : Club To Have
Christmas Program Held 'ew Year's !Eve Party Crisp RITZ 1-lb Box
,.- At 'Maxville Baptist Church The Maxville Civic Club Party
the insurance field The Maxville Baptist Sunday rill start at 8 p. m. Saturdayight CRACKERS 33C
chool put on several Christmas Dec. 31, and last until the
lays and a pageant by the young Jew Year arrives. Several prizes 1
.' and is qualified to handle all eople of the church last Wednesday all be given away and refresh Large Ring Nabisco Premium 1-lb Box
I night. The children of each lents will be served. We ask
I department participated in the veryone to please come and en- SALTINES 23CApple
of your insurance needs. vent, even the little beginners.. themselves this old year out
t was very touching and appro- nd the New Year in.
riate for the occasion. After the Mr, and Mrs. Joe Ellis had as Keg APPLE

program, gifts and candy and heir guests Christmas Day, Mr. 46-oz Con
YOUR CONTINUED PATRONAGE ruit were distributed. nd Mrs. Bun Griffis and daugher JUICE 27C
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Ward of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Strick-
WILL BE APPRECIATED
Iastings visited with Mrs. Ward'srotherinlaw and and daughters, Aunt Polly
and sister Mr. and riffis, Sonny Boy Griffis, Mr. Sultana Small Stuffed GOLD MEDAL
Irs.[ C. B. Nolan and family last nd Mrs. Guy Frigo and daughter, PI. or SR
Vednesday evening. 1 Wm. Padgett, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy FLOUR F I
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson )avis, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ellis

p HAROLD C. WALL' njoyed Christmas dinner with nd family.We LIVES .
their son and daughter-in-law, regret to learn of the deathof :
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BRADFORD COUNT W2OPAnRP, FLORIDA
PACFFOUR _ FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30. 1955:
.

########_ ##_ #_ ####_ ##### ---. Rites Thursday I:Mary land. OFFICIAL
f# :' I 11######## I Negro Arrested ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby
You are hereby notified that a suit I Clerk of the Circuit Court
For Mrs. McDowellMrs. In Pecan TheftA for divorce By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
has been filed against you In the U/Z 41 i
above named Court and cause and I

Grace E. McDowell, a Negro yon are required to serve a copy of NOTICE TO APPEAR
man was arrested
an your answer or pleading to the IB Circuit Coart, Bradford Coanty
I daughter of the late Mr. and hour after he stole a 94-pound complaint on the Plaintiff Attorney I Florida In Ckanrrry.

Mrs. John Uglow of Starke, died bag of last Alfred C. Scott. 106 Smith Funding -, James Ragle Armstrong rialni.n
pecans Thursday,
-,
Jacksonville 2, Florida vs Katherine Theresa Armstrong
'Monday at her home in Jackson- Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown said. and file the original in the officeof I Defendant. Case No. 10,I"* '*
ville 453 E. Second: St. She had the Clerk of the Circuit Court on .Net Ire 1'. .Appear
,
Well it's back to the salt sill and spraining his foot Willie James Thomas took the or before the 9 day of January To: Katherine Theresa Armstrongwhose

Gladys NootyPhone mines Monday for some 3,000 Hear that Albert Stefanelli, on.anineday [I been ill for several weeks. pecans from the J. R. Chasteen 1956; otherwise the allegations of I residence and address 's
said Complaint will be taken as 5439 Jonquil Avenue, Baltimi
Mrs. McDowell was the wife of
35 eager (7)) faced Bradford County leave in Europe, spent warehouse. Chasteen phoned a'confessed by you. Maryland.You .

kiddoes as the school bells ringat Christmas' day in Rome, Italy .. I a retired city detective of Jack- description to the sheriffs office This notice shall be published are hereby notified that A
I, '. ., -* Jr,rij.-r 1#.,# I #11 IJ sonville, R. L. McDowell, and had once each week for four consecutive suit for divorce
the usual hour And, need- Among those planning to takein and Thomas was arrested about an weeks In the Bradford County Tele has been filed against you In tie

I Green-Wasdin less to say, some 3,000 motherswill the Gator Bowl game Saturday lived in Jacksonville for 44 years. hour later. graph. above named Court and cause and
Holiday House She was a member of the Spring- Brown said Dated this 6 day of December you are required to serve a copy of
heave 3,000 collective sighsof afternoon are Bill and Dot Thomas was released 955. your
answer or pleading to the
Tour Provides relief, after the usual Christmas Powell, Buddy and Lil Bishop; field Baptist Church and a life from Raiford about five months (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby ,complaint on the Plaintiffs
Jacksonville Clerk of the Circuit Court Attorney Alfred C. Scott. 104
member Chapter
hurly-burly Of course, Martha and Husey McCane, of ago. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk Smith Building, Jackson tile 2.

Yule HighlightOne it was wonderful to have 'em Mural Gardner and Maurice Win-I 15, OES. _ 18/9 4t 12/31 Florida,

the most festive occasions home, but it'wlll also be wonderful gate, Artord and Doshia Brown,I Surviving are three sons, John NOTICE TO APPEAR of and the file Clerk the of original the Circuit In the Court office on

of the ., to get the house straight Joe', ,arid Nina Bishop, and Mac' 1..., Julian P., and Harry L. Mc- OTICE OP INTENTION TO 1I.KEAPPLlC.TIO n Circuit Courts Bradford Connty. or before the
of the holiday season was Florida In Chancery. 23 day of 1954
House :*t again: won't it, girls? and Margaret McGriff Lt. Dowell, and eight grandchildren, DISCHARGE FOR FINAL Charles L. Davis. Jr. Plaintiff vs. otherwise the January allegations; of said

Garden Club "Holiday Among my Christmas cards was: Ervin and Faye (Paulk) An- all of Jacksonville, and one sister (Probate Law 1933) Mary F. Davis, Defendant. Complaint will be taken as conf -
of \ Case No. 10-1324
.
held Thursday evening J ased b
Tour" ,
In Conrt Of you.
The Const Ju>.
Ward of Starke.
Carrie
Lubbock. Mrs.
with drews left Monday for Notice To Appear
from Colley.
one Margery
Bradford County. This notice shall be published
in
homes ,
when eight
last week To F. Davit whose residence
Mary ,
greetings to all, and saying that Texas in their new house trailer Funeral services will be held State of Florida, once each week for four consecutive
and address is 1204 White
Starke were opened for the tour. _\0_'_ __no _AnCjtlMtawtVMM.O1.lltr Ot which will be their home while Thursday afternoon at 3:30 In Probate.IN Avenue, Memphis Tennessee.You : weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph.
decoratedin :Sue a now JCMUU 5 iciupuicuuj" 141 RE THE ESTATE OF SAMUELA. .
The homes that were d'j' 311 N. Bradford Tampa Ervin is stationed there .. The o'clock in the Springfield Baptist j i I HICKS, non compos mentis.! suit for are divorce hereby has notifies been that filed a Dated this 21 day of Dec. 1955

the holiday themeby members Note that Red Emanuel of Starke trailer was their Christmas gift Church with Rev. Elwin R. An!To All Whom It May Concern: against you in the above named (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
for the Notice is hereby given that Esthei Clerk of the Circuit Court
cf the club 'and opened Court and cause and you are required -
] Radio & TV has purchased the to each other: derson, pastor officiating. Burial L. Hicks guardian of the estate of to serve a copy of your answer By Marian. L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
tour the Lex Greens, Charley Samuel A. Hicks. filed final reports I 14
were 12/23: 4t
un
Cemetery pleading to the complaint
A. Russell i Hoover building and is movinghis Peggy and Robbie Shaller entertained was in Evergreen ', guardian of the estate of non or
the Plaintiffs Attorney
Jim Ritchs on
Johns, ot friends at direction of Estes-Kraus mentis Samuel A. Hicks,
Paul equipment across the street a group der compos Louis T. Ransom, 316 ProfessIonalL'uldjng :OTICE TO APPEAR
Normans M. F. Hazens, Home. OES services non compos mentis; that she has Jacksonville 2. Fla.. In Court, County
this week .. Bert Newcomb received house Christmas night Funeral Circuit Bradford
open filed her petition for final discharge,
Marian Howes. Be- and file the original In the office of -,
and Florida In Cka.eerIarth& ,
Bridges, 'f
'_. ,, his discharge on Dec. 22 Peggy also had a birthday party were conducted at the graveside. and that she will apply to the Honorable the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Jane Osborne, Plaintiff ts
the homes were judgedby T. A. Yawn, County Judge of
for the tour ;
before the
: : i from Anchorage, Alaska He for Robbie Wednesday night Bradford County, Florida. on the George Walter Osborne. Defendant
Mrs. J. H. Hill and Mrs. Herman I' 16 day of January. 1956; Case No. 101335.tIce
4.,J"' '" ', and wife, Shirley, and daughter, Airman Tommy Harding will Rites ThursdayFor 1C L day of January. 1956, for approval otherwise the allegations of said To AppearTo
who of and for final discharge
Hafele of Jacksonville t same -
: \ will taken confessed
; : '\ ; Ella Blair, flew to the home ofShirley's leave Monday for his base in as guardian of the estate of Complaint be as : George Walter Osborne
blue ribbons to first 1'Mr. .. by you. whote residence and address is:
presented .>(,.;;. '' : ,'" parents in Kuyukuk, Tripoli, Lybia after an eventful Mrs. Starling Samuel A. Hicks non comp mentis., This notice shall be published Sutler Hotel, San Francisco, t's.-:
ribbons to the : \ : Dated this 9th day of Dec., 1955.
S prize winners, red [ .'X" ; \. will until during which he once each week for four consecutive fornia.
stay L. Guardian of
Alaska where they 40-day leave, Esther Hicks!,
second, and yellow ribbons to the ". I J',\. V ; when Bert will enter unto himself a bride, Aliese Mrs. Charity Mae Starling died the estate of Samuel A. Hicks weeks. in the Bradford County Telegraph. You are hereby notified that a sunfor
next fall took<< divorce care. custody and i.
third.. Those receiving blue ribbons at the home, of a daughter Incompetent. Dated this 9 day of December
Tuesday trot of minor children
behind
I&nd'Mrs. Charles J. Greenof college in California (Lawson) who'll remain 12/16 4t 1/6 1!I!.!>
Mrs. A. R. Norman i on has been filed against you inhOt
were Gainesville announce the engagement Newcomb and Lyle and continue her job at the University in Lawtey. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Dan above named Court and cause and

her aquarium and potted plants; De- Byron Florida Jack She was born in Baker Coun NOTICE TO APPEAR Clerk of the Circuit Court. you are required to serve a copy of
their daughter, the State Farm of .
of Buck of Marian L. Deputy Clerk
By Crosby
Bucky)
her mantel display ( your answer or pleading to the
Ritch Bradford Conaty
Mrs. Jim on County la Circuit Court.
lived in Clay ]
Mathew New York City, a ty and had 12/16 4t 1:6
thirse Marie, to Robert sailed from Seattle on Christ- Ackerman of Florida IB Chancery complaint on the Plaintiff' Attorney
; Mrs. Charley Johns on her and MrsEyram and dancer who for 55 years before moving to Plaintiff, vs. Samuel W. Getzen, P. 0. Pox 81
Wasdin, son of Mr. Eve" for 16 months duty in television singer [Jacqueline A. Moorer OTICE TO APPEAR
mas Florida,
Gainesville
sun room Christmas tree arrangements her M. Wasdin of'Graham.. Korea They'll serve together has appeared on programs with Lawtey five weeks ago. She wasa 'Leon B. Moorer__ Defendant.Case No. 10-1315 la Circuit Court. Bradford Cennty., I and file the original in the office
Mrs. Lex Green on Florida In Chancery.Mary .
; and member of the Long Branch of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Christmas dinner table! arrangement Miss Green a 1955 graduate of Hear that Beta Sigma Phi is Garry Moore, Arthur Godfrey Not Ire Toppf'ar.. Sabine W. Pouchard, Plaintiff, vs.Luoien or before the 23 day of January,
formal ; To Leon D.oorer:: c/o
Mrs. Paul Bridges' Gainesville High School, and Mr, sponsoring Sandra Johns as its many others, spent the holidays Baptist Church. Transportation: Co., P. O. Drawer E. Bouchard, Defendant.Case No. 10-1340. 1956; otherwise the allegation of

: done Wasdin, a 1951 graduate of Bradford candidate in the March of Dimes here with his parents, the Fred Surviving are five daughters, 1500: Port Arthur, Texas. Notice Ta Appear said confessed Complaint by you.will be taken as
by
formal table arrangement in You are hereby notified that a
M. ]F. High School, are both attending contest to be judged at the Birth- Le a feature story about him Mrs. Edith Buff, Mrs. Francis I suit forDh'orce To: LiKien E. Bouchard. whose I This notice shall be published
Mrs. J. D. Doyle: and Mrs. about him in Mrs. Lucille residence and address is: Unknown.You once each week for four consecutive
Florida The E. C. story Whitehead. and care. custody and supportof
featpre
28
Hazen's formal table and potted the University of day Ball on Jan. be a minor child are hereby notified that a vteeks in the Bradford -County. Tel
of the Telegraph all of Jacksonville; suit for divorce '
Moores issue Stoughton,
McElroys and Leonard an early ; has been filed against you in the graph.
plants. at present. has been tiled against you In the Dated this 16 day of December,
I
and
will be in the Mrs. Effie Carter of Starke, above named Court and cause and
.
red ribbons were Plans for the wedding have taken apartments of above named Court and cause and 1955.
Those receiving to serve a copy :
required
announced at a later date. Jackson house on Cherry Street Well, there's one more big Mrs. Elsie Thomas of Lawtey;; you are answer or pleading- the complaint "you are required to serve a copy of (Official Seal)"Charles. A. Darby
Mrs. Norman on her window display can really let Horace Starling of your the Plaintiff's Attorney your answer or pleading to the Clerk fit the Circuit Court
weekend before we two sons, on
Ritch her formal O Box 183.I e-mplaint on the PlaintifreAttorneJoseph By Marian L. CrD4'puty Cle 'k
; Mrs. on Two Williams & Futch P.
Leonard I our hair and relax Jacksonville and Curtis Starling K. Skipper. 221 Florida 12/23 4t 1, 1J
that
table Mrs. Johns on her dining Council Sorry to hear down I Starke Florida Title Building, Jacksonville 2 -
; Ladies NewIear's sister
for and one In the office
been transferredto big shindigs planned i of Orange Park; and file the original Florida.
has
room arrangement; Mrs. Green on Whitehead of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on r
the BPW danceat Mrs. Ellen Pettigrew of Jackson- | and file the original In the officeof
Seaboard eve 1956
Mrs. Howe for Members Enjoy Central Florida by the or before the 9 day of Jan., :
her mantel display; at 10 o'clock the allegations of said the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor
USO starting ville. otherwise
her old fashioned fireplace arrangement : and he, wife Maybelle, and the Complaint will be taken as confessed before the
Christmas PartyAll and the Civil held 23 of 1956
Mrs. Bridges' mantel family will move to those parts Saturday night Funeral services were | by you. day January, ;
; otherwise the allegations of sail
Patrol party at the Keystone afternoon at 2:30: : Thla notice! gn" be published
done by Mrs. Doyle; and Mrs. Haen'3 three circles of the Ladies next week. ., They had hoped Air evening Thursday once each week for four consecutive I Complaint will be taken as confessed
the same Branch by
Skytel in the Long you.
received Christian to move into their new home on Airpark o'clock weeks in the Bradford County Teleraph
porch. Mrs. Johns Council of the First them This notice shall be publishedonce
Both of J. R. .
at 8 with Rev.
week which starting Baptist Church I each week for four consecutive
next ,
a yellow ribbon on her stairway Church met in the sanctuary Tuesday East Call St. evenings. Dated this 2 day of Dec., 1955.OFYICIAL weeks
In the BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH.
See sound like- very large White and Rev. Percy Knight
arrangement.Before Dec. 22, for their was just completed ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby .
night atone
,
Canter TV man forShepherd's so I'll probably be seeing you officiating. Interment was in the Clerk of the Circuit Court Dated this 21 day of December,
the ex Richard ,
the tour and gift Clerk
beginning ,
Deputy
Christmas Marian L. Crosby
program
direction By 1955.
the other under the -
church cemetery
guests received refrestments of getting around on or I 12/9 4t 12/30 |

Russian Tea and Christmas cookies change.Mrs. Middleton Prevatt had crutches after stepping off a door -Carolyn of Key-McCabe Funeral I In Circuit Court-Bradford County., I-

at the Parish House on Church the Home. | Florida; In Chancery.
charge of the program and Chrystobelle Fannie Swingle, Plaintiff 4

street and then were taken on the was given by Mrs. Al vs. Robert Milton SwiHgle, De- I I
devotional I I
tour by members of the club. bert Newman. Taking part were Home DemonstrationNotes : Mrs. Amy H. Ritch Order endant.of Publication Case sad No.Notice 10-1311 to 31

Approximately 100 guests enjoyed Mrs. Newman, Mrs. W. L. Andrews I, Died At RaifordMrs. Appear State of Florida Toi
I Robert Milton Swingle, whose residence -
the occasion. and Mrs. Tillman. Miss II and address is: c/o Mr. JohnT.

Newman, accompanied' Ritch of Rai Walker. Iron Workers Local, 3701
Hannah
Alice Fay [ IIJ Amy Baltimore 24,
byDOROTHY East Lombard Street
CAP AnnouncesNew by Mrs. Andrews, sang "Silent ford died suddenly last Friday Maryland.You CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON

Year's Dance Night." ROSS morning at the home of her daughter on Jan.are 9, 1956 required, in the to above appear named on 1'q about this question

I After the program, the mem ; Home Demonstration Agent Mrs. Magdalene Espy, in Court and cause, wherein plaintiff

The Keystone Civil Air Patrol bers enjoyed decorating a Christmas Jacksonville.Mrs. I seeks Bradford divorce.County Telegraph shall Have peace of mind by being

to be used Saturday: native of publish this Order in next four
tree Ritch was a _
New Year's Eve
will sponsor a wonderful time was had games. weekly issues.
"And insured against mishaps
night for the church program.The a Charlton County, Ga. and had Witneaq my hand and official fully
at the Airpark of
gifts
dance ,
night
Saturday of the After the exchange .
sentiment C 99
social period closed with] by all" was the the 60 I seal at Starke, Florida this Dec. 1, ari .p
for past
Raiford
Skytel. Admission, $5 per refreshments were served. lived at 1955. In
the
: fruit cake and Heilbronn 4-H Club girls. They: during coming year. *
which includes a buffet refreshments of Mrs. B years. She was a m%mber of the (OFFICIAL SEAL)
couple, their holiday party Dec. 20( Those attending were "And take the family out to
,
had Charles A. Darby
supper, favors, and door prizes. coffee. the home of their local leaders, M. McRae and son Lynn, Mr. and .Raiford Baptist Church. As Clerk of said Court. dinner once a \\eek.." sure to assure. a

The public Is invited. The Ladies-Council will meet at Misses Edith and Rosa Moore. Mrs. J. B. White and son Lynn Besides her daughter, Mrs. Espy, Martin By Marian J. Pearl.L. Crosby.Deputy 204 Smith Building Clerk., T

in the Church Tuesday night at The house was all a-ghtter Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp- Mrs she is survived by another daughter Jacksonville. Florida. Mom, one thing we can HAPPY NEW YEAR
4t 12/30
7:30: with the program in chargeof with Christmas decorations, somq J. R. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Eldor I Mrs. Marvin Moore of Hal Attys. for PIt. 12/9 see from here,

Mrs. Middleton Prevatt. Mrs made by Miss Sapp and sons, Rudolph and Joe. ford; and five stepdaughters, Mrs. NOTICE TO APPEAR You're getting smarter

BYif RED GAUDON W. L. Andrews will preside during Moore.of which In were the livin;* room was a Miss Dorothy Ross,.and the hosts. Emma Reddish and Mrs. Corrie k Florida Circuit Court In Chancery.Bradford. County every year! Charley E. Johns

the business meeting. I with presents under it, and State Farm Club Conner, both of Starke, Mrs. Rosie Harold F. Thompson, Plaintiff, Defendant.Case vs..
tree Charlotte B. Thompson
The Farm Home Demon Frederick of Miami, Mrs. Ella Mae
I taole had a State No. 10-1327

the dining room stration Club held its Christmas Lennon of Deland, and Mrs. Allie I Notice To Appears GUIDON GRILLGeorge
centerpiece
Woman's tree whose
silver Thompson
B. Son
Junior unique I To: Charlotte & Agency
surrounded with arrangements: of party v.ith.the. Woman's Club on Ritch of Ocala. residence and address is: 5154 Al- I

To Meet that Funeral services were held in ada Street. Compton. California.You Kopelousos Owner
Club Dec. 20. It was reported are hereby notified that a ,

ftd Woman's'Club willmeet fruit.After the group played games, they had a delightful fcffair. the Raiford Baptist Church, with has suit been for divorce filed Against you in the Starke, Fla. I Phone 13 Starke, Fla.

The Junior exchanged. MUs; Edith Storing 'Pecans: interment in Sapp Cemetery. i above named Court and cause and LA ALAAAAL
.
night at the ClubHouse gifts were i-Annired to seive a copy s.fouranswrop1eading I -
Monday to store and "nn orA
the a crochet A good way pecans vThafs -
gina
R. S. Moore gave ) to the om-
at 8 o'clock. Mrs. mark which she had made. not have them rancid is to put Martin Luther Film lalnt on the Plaintiff's Attorney
will book
Mullins, Religion Chairman Co- them in home freezer. : To Joseph K. Skipper 221 Florida Our Business
: Guest Nettie Sweat and Charlene your Title Building, Jacksonville 2,
present the program. received awards by Miss package, place the nut meats in Will Be ShownAt Florida, 0 SS If It's Glass We Have It!
S. wart In the office of
will be Dr. Agnes and file the original
speaker mash the air out of
assistant professor of Moore for perfect attendance at plastic bags, Hampton BaptistThe the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 4 CALL WRITE or VISIT
Ronaldson, Mrs the bag and fasten securely at or before the
Life at the U. of F. A club meetings this:: year. 16 day of January, 1)56;
Family took pictures ot the the top. outstanding film depictingthe otherwise the allegations of said
i ) i i = film will also be shown" entitled Purvis for Green th.ir scrapbook. 4.II Poultry Show life of Martin Luther will be! Complaint will be taken as confessed I Joe Peters Glass Co.

Next Door. group > by you.
1 "The Family Those attending this delightful The District Five 4-H Poultry shown at the Hampton Baptist This notice shall be publishedonce

Hostesses will be Lucle Hinson, affair were Fay Green Shirley Show will be held Jan. 13-1-4 at Church, Dec. 31, 'at 7:30 p.m. tive weeks each week in the for Bradford four consecu-County FOR ANY GLASS NEED

chairman Louise Stern, Anna Nettie Sweat. Evalena the 4-H Club Park in Jacksonville The pastor, Rev. :Marvin Faile,, Telegraph. A We Design Modern Store Fronts

"But darling-from behind you Felos, Marian Long, and Betty Green Sweat,, Louise Cowart, Chat lenc 4-H boys and girls in Bradford says: "Shown in a Christian at 955.Dated this 12 day of December, p Just- Mail Us A Pattern for

loci just i I.U: 4 bull mooser' Ingram. Cowart, Sandra Solano, Linda County, along with those in seven mosphere, this film promises to be! OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of) the Charles Circuit A. Darby Court C Table Tops

Cox, Marilyn Cox, Renee Moore neighboring counties, will have an a blessing to everyone who sees r By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353
opportunity to exhibit three of it." 12/16 4t 1/6
WSCS Notice Jimmy Moore, Mrs. Purvis Green,,

Mrs. Wallace Solano, Mrs. E. L. their pulltts. Among those= from Admission is free. CALL FOR BIDS
of the First Methodist exhibiting will: SEALED BIDS will be taken until
Circles Bradford
County
Cox, Miss Dorothy Ross, and the ::30 A.M.. January 3, 1956, for furnishing -
\yC > will meet next week as be those in the Special Sears Poul Order Hours to the Board of County Commissioners -
Announcement
hostesses.
Money
'of Bradford County .
who will exhibit white
I
follows J Family Party try Project ,Florida:
10 in the birds. Are LengthenedPostmaster To giving two coats of paint to
No.1, Tuesday, a.m. The Heilbronn Horn? Demonstration .1 rock the out'ide of the Bradford Coun- : Herb's Drive Inn wishes to announce that due
with Mrs. Premiums will be, blue, red and 329
educational building Club family Christmas ty Health Unit situated at
McGriff Jr. announced certain factors involved in selling beer so
cash award and rib- G. J. North Cherry Street. It will be to
Carl Johns as hostess. party last Friday was a successful -I white with a the r necessary for the successful bid-
that money
yesterday close to a church and school), and having so
bon for each. woodwork, patchall
2 Monday, 3 p.m. at the of the Yuletide season. der to wash all
No. ,
event
order window will go back to thE cracks, caulk all wlndQws, put- school children and their families as customers
club member having a
home of Mrs. J. H. Fields. The hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Tullie Any ty all windows where necessary. many
of remaining open .
u in the entertained poultry project lg eligible to IT old schedule give two coats of a good standard it would be to the best interest of all
No. 3, Monday, :3 p.m. Norman, graciously from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. This is advertised paint to both the
recreational building. the 16 guests present. Mrs. Norman an exhibit by contacting the the convenience oi work and the blocks. This wood-I to discontinue the sale of beer effective Jan
done for
Agent or Home Demonstration being include the furnishing of
County
DAEIL assisted by her daughter who do not get off froir terials.The" uary 2, 195S.
persons
led the groupin Agent by WednesdayJan. Board of County Commission-I
Eldon Sapp,
FL-\ WCTU MeetingThe Mrs. delightful Christmas 4.Altar. work until 5 p.m., McGriff said. rs reserves.the right to reject any I sincerely wish everyone a Very Happy and
STARKE playing and all bids.Copies
L December meeting of the When the post office became of this notice may be ob- Prosperous New Year and to my customers
first class, the schedule was ained at the Clerk's office.
W.C.T.U., will BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS : thank you for your patronage and hope I
Laura Scott Union, SocietyThe but it '
5 ,
Sun. Mon. and Tues. UDC NoticeThe changed to 9 a.m. p.m. OF BRADFORD
,
S (30th), continue to serve
afternoon
can you.
Jan. 1, 2, 3 be held Friday was found that the shortened COUNTY. FLORIDA.

3 GOOD DAYS at 3:00: o'clock in the Tabernacle W. T. Week's chapter, Altar: Society Of St. Ed- hours inconvenienced too many OFFICIAL By Charles SEAL A.) Darby, .Herb Thomas

DOUBLE FEATURE I Annex. A good attendance is U.D.C. will meet Wednesday afternoon wards church will meet in the patrons the postmaster said. Clerk of Said County.12/1 4t 1/6 -

4esired.HollisCheshier. Parrish Hall Tuesday Jan. 3, at NOTICE TO APPEARIn
4 at 3 o'clock at i
Jan. '
,
Four. Guns To I Circuit Court, Bradford County.
the home of Mrs. L. D. Vining 8 p.m. All members are requestedto Police Report Florida IB Chaaeery.
The BorderIn I Wilson as co- I William C. Wetherell, Plaintiff vs.
Mrs. Joe be
with present. Christmas"It Beatrice Marie Wetherell, Defend- .
'
hostess. I Quiet ant. Case No. 10-1319
TechnicolorRory John Moore of Bolivar, Tenn. .Notice Te AppearTo

Calhoun and Colleen Miller announces the engagement of his Recent Births was one of the quietest hose: Beatrice residence Marie and address"Wetherell is,: RESOLVE AMIDSTTHE

-And- sister, Mrs. Park Moore Hollis of Executive BoardThe Christmas holiday celebrations in 509 Carroll Avenue Takoma. Park, II, ,!

Hell and High WaterCinemaScope Ripley, Miss. to George William I :Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McClane Starke that I can remember," JOY AND C/IEER4L./

Cheshier of Starke. The wedding, Starke Woman's Club exe- Jr. of Winter Park, former resi- Police Chief W. E. Thornton said, 5-, -. -- -----Th

cutive board will meet Thursday dents of Starke, announce the the small number 1ttC
on
will take place early in January. in commenting TO PLAN A HOME
Richard Wldmark and Bella Dar\l After a brief wedding trip, the afternoon, Jan. 5, at 3:30: o'clock birth of a son, Scott, on Dec. 27. of cases appearing in police Wash Your Clothes '

Plus Cartoon couple will reside in Starke. in the club lounge. j, court early this week. AND BUILD THIS YEAR ol

The Starke Maternity Hospital Mayor W. T. Jackson said that 9 Pounds

-- announces the following births: listed on
three cases were
Wed.. Thur.-Jan i. 5 I -, only
Mr. and Mrs. George Griffis, docket one for public in-
!
TWO BIG DAYS the For 40c
a daughter, Rose Mae, Dec. 21. and two for minor '
toxication,
WALT DISNEY'SDavy
I Mr. and Mrs. Milo Siegler, traffic violations. FREE Bleach If Desired!


Technicolor Crockett TV ServiceAll State Ann Mr.Dec.Farm and 23.:Mrs., a daughter Donald ,Alvarez Sarah' C of C DirectorsTo 9 ::: .


Wide Screen We WIll
Eben of Starke, ''a daughter, Linda Sue, Meet January 3
Fes rarker and Buddy .
Work Guaranteed Free Estimates Dec. 23. Dry Your Clothes
Mr. and Mrs. Ray P. Taylor of A Chamber of Commerce board

Fri. Sat.-Jan. 6. 7 Fully Equipped.. Dependable Starke, a son, Chad Preston, Dec. meeting to discuss plans for the
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Hale I Wins B.S.P. Doll I 1:30: p.m. Jan. 3 in the chamber -
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-AndTarzan Carlton Chastain of Hamptonwon Mrs. Marian Howe, chamber 5fJ

Arid The the doll and wardrobe given secretary, said the meeting was Washeteria\ Bu/LDERc IilPPiiE1kefr :

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She Devil TV Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone purpose of raising funds for the was postponed becaujjs of "top / !<

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