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: January 13, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I M Postai Receipts NOTICE Final Approval I

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-f ____ __ And Prosperityi STARKE STORES WILL CLOSEAT Path Near StarkeFinal I


Ycar-enj 'oials of postal re-I' approval ot"the 279-mila II

.'eipts show that Starke continues It I THE REGULAR HALF HOLIDAY I Ii inland route for the northern link

Baby It'sCold Outside i grow and grow. These figures : i, of the state-long turnpike WAS I
show that the Starke I
-postoffice i I This action was taken at a meeting of the Merchants authorized Tuesday by the Florida
., i :ook in about $4,600 more money Turnpike Authority,
meeting in

Now, if the Chamber of Commerce ing for extra blankets and fire Camp Bandir.g! reported low winter that ushered In the New I in 1955 than 1954. i I I Division of the Chamberof (Commerce Jan. 11, 1956. I Tampa.
Postmaster J. G. McCnff Jr. j
will Just look the other j wood. Tuesday morning's low of readings of 32 degrees Sunday I Year with one of the heaviest Engineers and Authority memo
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I said'this increase can be attributed The cooperation of all business houses and the buying bers
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predicted that
way, well let you in on a little ( 24 degrees (unofficial) turned morning 27 Monday, 30 Tuesday frosts ever seen here on Jan. 1, 1 traffic will be

secret it was dog-gone cold Sis runk's greenhouse into a and 32 Wednesday. The weather 1 I Tender greens and winter cabbage to more people buying stamps public is requested. flowing by 1958 over the toll road

this week, and those aren't liquid j whitehouse draped with icy fin- station thermometers are partially i! suffered the most extensive -] and other postoffice services. An I which, according to present plans: .

bits of sunshine festooned in i* gers, hanging like moss. In an covered, however and in some !J damage' and the strawberry\ 'increase in local postage from comes within three miles of
one to three cents because of
above they're icicles! effort to protect their shrubberyand places with nothern Starke, following the ClayBradford
picture open exposures -i deal was set back another monthi
(California subscribers, :please* nursery trees and plants readings ran from four i i -*o. home delivery service Inaugura-i THINK Before Burning Trash'Needless'Fires .- county line just east of here

destroy your papers after read- from cold damage the Sistrunks to six degrees lower than those This week's cold pushed into tll Aug. 16 may be responsible i As finally approved the plan also -
fur of the additional ,,
teg.) ; left the sprinkler on Monday :, above. 1 j Florida by a storm off the At- some money calls for an interchange east of

The mercury, which dropped to night. The result (above) was Little crop damage was reported -' lantic seaboard extended down I he Last said. total- Cost City !$1,000 i Starke In the approximate area
I year postal receipts
freezing or below In thia area spectacular for Florida and gave from this weeks freeze the peninsula as far as Key West, where Highway 230 (New Bland-
for four consecutive mornings -- !!\ many local youngsters their first in Bradford County since every- causing millions of dollars worth ed $48.44698 compared with $43.- ing Road) crosses the county line

Sunday through Wednesday '' sight of winter's art work. thing "killable- had already fallen -, of damage vegetable crops In 842. 18$38 in 6&3 1954.07 came Of the from 1955 stamp figure In Six Week Period Fire Chief Says I The project, to cost an estimated
'I I at 185 million dollars will
sent Bradford Countlans scurry- I The official wither station to a similar onslaught of the Everglades section.Wednesday tie in with
____ u sales! and the rest from envelopes I the bobtailed pike near Fort

: I sales, box rents permit matter. Grass fires most of them due. meat was railed to three grass'fires Pierce and end in Duval County at
Ft.Her Warren
BBS Cagers Score Triple Victory \ OK'dPor I and metered postage. I to carelessness on the part of meaning about $60 paid out Tisonia on U. S. Highway 17 northof

Through' there were 14 fewer trash-burners -,- have cost the! to volunteers. j Jacksonville.After .
To Be SpeakerAt ; I j postal savings t depositors In 19ftitian I City of Starke more than $1,000 I II In addition to this expense leaving Fort Pierce the

Over Lake Butler Tuesday NightBradford Half Holiday : 19&4. $775 more was de- I in the past six weeks, Fire Chief these unnecessary fires cause in- pike route will proceed roughly to

Co-op Meeting I 6sited.. In 1955. 509 accounts 1). W. Carpenter said yesterday. reased wear and tear on equipment I about five miles from Vero Beach,

I retained a total of $247.814 i I Fire department records show the chief said. For instance, | where it will turn westward and

High's basketball | team buried the Tornadoes undera Ex-Governor Fuller Warren will Effective Feb I, Wednesday will wbilt. In 1954. 523 accounts held. that 11 of the 16 runs made in DeI a hose had to be repaired this' northerly to Kennansville in Os-

teams swept a triple affair with victory last Friday night. be the principal speaker at the observed as the weekly half- J2J7 09. I cember were due to grass fires. week at a cost of $132. ceola County, then east of Kisslm-

neighboring Union County teams but undaunted, the home boys 17th annual meeting of Clay Electric holiday in Starke instead of Thurs I MrCr'ff: said Starke residents I and January promises a new rec- "These fires are simply foolishness : mee.

Tuesday night as the varsity boys I came roaring back Tuesday nightto Cooperative at Keystone cmi'd mske mail rteMverv easier! !I ord with 11 calls to grass fires in that should be stopped" J Jr It passes about eight miles south

won a close 54-53 decision, the take a close one from their old Height( on Thursday Jan. 19. day.The action was taken at a special if, snore carp would be piven to j the first 11 days of the month. irpcniei said in urging folks to and west of Orlando, then! veer to

girls a 53-41 victory, and the Junior -I rival. Lake Butler High 51-53. Main item of business during the meeting of the Merchants Div'j a dre...e* Complete street number j: "This is the first time in the six I be more careful while burning Ovoee Montverd Howey-in-the

High boys won by a wide 38-18 Lake 1lu'r had a well balanced 'ay will be the election of three ision of the Chamber of Commerce I I! !! should be used he !laid.Open | years I've been here that we've trash. Hills, passes close to Le <;burg and

margin. team and held a 22-16 first- trustees for three-year terms. The attended by some 20 business | had this many fires in such a short I Carpenter urged residents to : Fruitland Park about two miles
This week is one for all edge and a 33-30 halftime period of time" Chief Carpenter clear dead brush and from
a busy quarter following will be voted on: men Wednesday morning. House'Set grass from Belleview, three miles east of

the cagers at BUS. The varsity I i lead. The Tornadoes were always Dist. 1--S. Bryan Jennings (incumbent Managers; of the local food store I said. He estimated that it costs their property to decrease the '!| Ocala, then northerly to two mile

boys play three games the girls within striking distance of the ) of Middleburg, opposedby ihains first suggested the change, For Sunday I the city about $50 every time the danger or fire. i' east of Hawthorne and threw

three the B squad one, and the I Tigers and, early in the third J. H. Tullis of Keystone i stating that the Thursday half- I I department is called out. "Don't start a fire if you don't '' miles east of Starke.It .

Junior High boys three. I. period pushed ahead of Union Heights. holiday was unsatisfactory for Container I Ten volunteers are summoned to ., have to," he said "and if it is necessary : flanks Jacksonville about six

Fans are in for a real treat tonight I and took a 46-43 third-quarter Dist. 8C. N. Smith (incumbent -' them since their employees had \\By bid the three regular firemen make sure the area is clean ,I miles to the west, after paralleling

(Friday) when they will see I lead which they refused to give ) of Micanopy. Unopposed. to put in a full day getting readyfor I each time the alarm is sounded. and the wind is not blowing." |'j State Road 228 (Maxville cut-off),

Coach Andrews' undefeated girls I, up i| Dist. 9-A. P. (Sam) Bule (in- the big weekend buying days of i Open house at Container Half of these men go to the fire Most of the grass fires the department -I| then ends at Tisonia.

go against Ketterllnus here. Saturday i| With less than four minutes | (umbent). Unopposed. Friday and Saturday. They said | Corporation of America's new i' and the other half stay at the I was called to in Decem-1:! It passes just east of Highlandand

night at 8 o'clock they will remaining, the Union five made a that they intended to change to : and I station in case another fire breaks ber were started through careless- enters Duval County near the

have an opportunity to see aj i, strong rebid for the lead and victory I Registration will begin at 10 I Wednesday closing regardless of I Bradford County Woodyard out. .peas, he said. Everything is dry i iI junction of U. S. 301 and Highway

strong state contender play the as Bivins. a tall center a.m. and luncheon will be servedat t what other businesses decided to a, tour of the Empire Tract are Carpenter said an average ofseven i ii I now and will continue to be a fire j J228 (Maxville cut-off). It then
varsity boys when Seabreeze High] hit consecutively for 3 baskets to noon. Warren will speak after 'do. events announced for Sunday afternoon -i volunteers shows up at each \ hazard throughout the winter.. paralels 228 with an interchange

of Daytona Beach makes an initial narrow down the Tornadoes' onetime -" the luncheon. I I| Opinion among the other merchants Jan. 5, from 2 to :5 I j I alarm. The others work out of months the chief continued. i Jat I Whitehouse (to tap U. S. 90

appearance in Starke. I I 11-polnt lead. Glenn Red- Music and entertainment I was agreeable to the o'clock. I town or are out of hearing range To cut down needless expense : traffic) and flanks Jacksonville
Conference Game | be provided from 10 am. until 1 of the siren at the time. Each of !I
dish pushed through 6 field goal i I I about six miles to the west.
: change, however, and the vote was Visitors will be received dur- I and increased danger to the community -
Last year Seabreeze advanced j and 5 free shots for 17 points I p.m. by Toby Dowdy and his i unanimously in favor of Wednes. ; these men is paid 53 a trip, which I I It was proposed that plans be

to the State seml-finala and this and Curtis McGee netted seven I orchestra. I' day closIng. Some pointed out I ing the afternoon at the new j I means about $21 for volunteers at care should be taken to drafted for four-laning Road 228

year, BO far are undefeated with field goals for 14 points. Kope- ,. Another featured speaker on the 1] that it would make Starke conform Woodyard. located just east of I I each alarm. Tuesday the depart- j prevent grass fires, he said. I so it will form a connecting link
U. 301 the south city
10 victories In their win column. lousos had 6 field goals and 2 program will be W. W. Snow,' with other nearby towns, IncIu4i.ngGainesville S. near between the turnpike and the

Seabreeze has won the State has title I free baskets Tor 12 point representative of "Florida Power[ Lake City, and "Fa- IoWa be ;on hand Container to demonstrate jvrso'nel mod will I BHS Band Members I II Navy Authorizes | JiIo k.iol1'mExpr ay.I .
and always a I
four years Corp., St. Petersburg. There will It..as estimated
that the
Ryan of Union was the game'sleading latka who observe Wednesday yearly
btrong team. It will be a conference scorer with 22 points; 10 be door prizes, and demonstrations 1 ;( closing. em methods pulpwood of loading and and other unloading I J Attend Clinic I Ii Hourly Increase average from tolls on the state-

game for the Tornadoes and 4-H Clubs from several coun- long in the first five of
field goals, and 2 free shots. Rebounding pike years
fes "I believe people will like it better Woodyard operations. For 'Blue Collars'The .
will give local fans a preview of t would be
Eurge Searing, Marky Tliomp-j ( operation 21159000.
26-all for | j
even at "
was when
ties.The i they get used to It, one I
conference strength. The confernce -! II' The tour will start at the entrance i
: each team and the Tornadoes first annual meeting of Clay': merchant remarked. | son David Canova, Jerome Ed- Secretary of the Navy has and that proceeds from concessions
determln- : 1 I
.- basketball crown is j I 27 cent of their Electric was held on Dec. 21, 1937 to the Empire Tract, six : would average 2145000.
the football 1 made good on per \ 1 The first Wednesday closing will wards, and Bandmaster M. C. approved n new schedule of
ed In the same manner as i tries, while Paxon hit 43 per in the Keystone Inn. Since that. I and a half miles west of Starkeon for "blue collar" (civil st'rv-I I I The Authority set a target date
with the win- ] be observed on Feb. 1, when most Thompson attended the State wages
championship division cent of their attempts from the time the "co-op" has grown from I business houses will close at noon. Highway 100. A Container I at last Fri ice) workers In Naval activities of. of late spring or early summer for
Music Clinic
of the northern Tampa
ner 274 members In 1938 : sale of bonds to finance the
| field to more than l truck will be parked at the entrance the Jacksonville labor market proj-
Ing the winner of the southern 13,000 at the end of 1955. The I day. At this clinic the best :;I ect and said that engineers will
I l're\att High Scorer I I which includes the Naval
to those desiring area
division for the crown. 1 : student musicians in the state
REA Democrats Plan I immediately to have
Coach Andrews' girls really huge cooperative serves cus
i Station at Green Cove Springs.
As a preliminary game Saturday 'I' tour through the tract. form a concert band and a sight- :i
I opened In the third quarterto t tomers in 12 countries and has i' 'i right of way maps prepared by
night at 7 o'clock, the Junior The invited reading band. In this they The new schedule, which shows
leave Lake Butler girls be- some 3.400 miles of power line. Fund Raising public cordially I way 1 I the time the bonds are sold.
High boys will go against the Sea I hind after barely leading Union i I to visit the Woodyard and also have an opportunity to hear and I increases ranging from four cents Engineers said the final locationof

breeze Juniors who now boast a I play the music they will use at to 10 cents an hour in the various the toll road might vanonly
19-17 at halftime. Jackie Prevatt : Dinner Jan. 21 st take the tour during the after-
record of 126 straight victories. I the State Music Festival this
poured in 4 field goals in the Polio Campaign noon. Refreshments will be sen't'tl ratings will be placed in effect a mile or so from the present lo
Busy Weekend third quarter to give the girls a:: spung. The bandmaster stated ': Jan. 16, it was announced yesterday cation.
Friday night while the girlsare 31-21 third perio.! Democrats of the 8th Congres by Container personnel dur- i that the trip was a success for!t by Navy officials at Green The interchange at Starke will

playing at home. Coach ,I rommandin-f lead In the fourth quarter. Sandra i: In[ Full Swing sional District are making plans 3 inp the .afternoon. all concerned. I I Cove. be one of 13 along the pike

Hobbs will take his boys varsityand Strickland couldn't miss th for a fund-raising dinner and raIl,

B squads to St. Augu3tine I I to be held in the Lake City armors T .
dumped in 11 mon
basket anti
for a conference game. Saturday Saturday night Jan. 21 at 7-3C (
T'e the 1956 Marclt h
I to take scoring honors 3 I s. 'mot
Coach Andrews' girls points o'clock.
night. I with a total of 27. Jackie! Prevail: : of Dimes drive will shift to thi,e
will journey to Lake City while had 19 points to boost the fma:I : Starke schools next as a nev v J. B. Hodges State Committees -

the boys play at home.Thursday I margin. | j phase of the operation begin; man for Columbia County and

afternoon Coach chairman of arrangements, an.
Monday Classes will be competing -
F.denfield was;
Kegister's Junior High boys pUyi : I Lake Buller's with L in both the elementary am i nounces that Rep. Billy Matthews!
,., Buchholtz Junior High of high scorer for her team
Babs hisrh schools to see which cai n will come from Washington for thE!
Gainesville, but the score was not I 21 points! but Bradford's contribiKe: the most money. event and to introduce the guesl t ,
ol r
did magnificpnt job
Lance a
known at press time.night the BUSgirls I' hoMing Union's tall forward tc. !. In the elementary school, thi'e speaker who will be a national I ,. '
Last aturday
class contributing the most monev
I freE
onlv S field goals and
romped over Green Cove I between Monday and 10 a m i. Each contribution to the Demoy -

for the second time. 46-20, with shots. havE s I! Friday will be trt'a'tf'd to a part; cratic Party in the amount of $;)
with The Junior High toys now
Jean Johnson as high! scorer
will entitle contributor to one tick-
in the at 2 _
two victories against no defeat 3)I gym p.m
19 points. and Jackie Prevatt et for the dinner. Persons wishinjn :
us they swamped Brooker 71-15 2!, The high school will com pet''r
runner-up with 15. to make reservations should writ
B and Union 38-18 Jim Hobbi s I !i e-u-h day for the first place isJ ,
the squad I
The same night! Lox 554, Lake Cityr
boys rdeed Green Cove's B 42-41.I spaiked the Brooker win with 2':I II i the lunch line. The home rooni ?

Liny iMee was high with 10 points. while Olvin Pace countei I ;, with the highest contribution fo r ,
the will have the honor o Rotarians Change I
no'nts.' while Joe Harden pushedhim 11 against Union.Cahiahans day --..
and wil:l I' eating lunch first the next day
with\ 9. boys girls ;: Meeting Place SACKS OF FEE: and spillisl gasoline formed an effective road block
Tuesdav night for i. State Rep. Doyle Conner stil]11
be here games
| :\\nn' Vli-t I :1 contrib* Road Block on I'. S. 301 south of Starke early last Friday morning., Traffic ww
people to
730. more
A Paxon of Jacksonville starting at : Starke Rotarians gathered Wednesday -
for his $750'; "bond." Mrs. Nin a detoured oxer Highway 100 for -\eral hours until road was cleared
at 12:15 in the private dining ,
1 chairman reportI and gasoline fIre hazard.
Andrews drive evaporated eliminating
of the Garden Restaurant -
Rites Held room new
Fire Fighters Final I about $500 has been raised for their I A trailer truck filled with feed Sheriff P. D. Reddish said the
which will be regu-
Mrs. Conner's release after he was arrested overturned after crashing into the two drivers were only slightly InJured '
For Knight 'I I lar meeting place from now on. even though his deputies and patrolmen maining gasoline was pumped out
Called To WaldoThe '' Saturday for "carrying a | tear of a gasoline truck in the when a Florida Feed Mill '
Previously they had been meetingin 'i tried to keep them away. at the Gulf Oil Products Co.
:Mrs L. E. Knight. 59.! died Monday -;!i concealed idea." :Mrs. Andrews I early morning fog Friday of last truck rammed the gasoline truck
hall. It would have been
the Methodist recreation 'I dangerous if Reddish said he has ordered six
to come week. The wreckage blocked traffic near the Whispering Pines Motel. j'
Starke fire department was afternoon at the home of her saul with the money yet The program was in charge of the flames had reached the gas- flares to be used on the roads during -
in from over the county. the I on U. S. 301 south of Starke The driver of the feed truck suffered I
Durst in Jack- ,, J H. DuPre who introduced the I oline. he said. the
ta extinguish -, sister. Mis. J. N' : foggy periods. Fog was
railed to Waldo Monday i'j needed amount might be reached for about five hours. : a lacerated arm when the
speaker, Jun Spencer of Palatka, Fire Chief D. W. said major cause of this wreck: he said,
sonville. after a brie illness. Born Carpenter ii
a ore in the attic of a 1: Members of IU-Y raised $105I District of Rotar I I Traffic was routed through Key- ]iI vehicle overturned he said. The and has caused a large number of
a past
Urge house near the school. :n Alachua County she had spent I with a road block 'n front of the International. governor Mr. Spencer gavean | stone Heights and Melrose from other driver and his assistant were ,i: the damaged compartment on the !! other accidents in recent weeks.

"We got there just in time." most of her life there until moving high: school: Mrs. Andrews said. informative talk on the methods 4 until 9 a.m. while wreckers worked shaken up.Reddish !,|! truck contained 1,200 gallons of'' Warning flares strung along the

!!: and the American Legion Auxiliary 1 to clear the road and policementried said bystanders crowded gasoline about half of which leak- !
Chief D. \\'. Carpenter said. "Just to Union County 15 years ago. of taking new members into road will help decrease accidents

a few mUle minutes antf there I, The was a member of the Church ,'i and Boy Scouts raised $113: Rotary and instructing them in to keep curious bystandersaway around the wreckage smoking ,I[. ed out. The fire department was I during these bad conditions, he

would have boen no stopping it." 1: cf Jesus Christ of Latter Day ,i I through the sale of Blue crutches the ideals and purposes of the organization I from the spilled gasoline. cigarettes and lighting matches j i called to stand by while the re said.

If it had gotten out of hand: the Saints of Union County. j jSurviving !j I i Saturdi Parking,\\'. meters in Starke are i Youths Are Fined In Wild Auto Chase Mass Celebrated
chief said, it would have spread to President T. H. Slade announcedthat
I l.. E. this week Funeral
are husband wearing polio signs Today
houses. club members raised approxImately
neighboring Knight of Worthington Springs; I telling people that all dimes put $500 in their March of Four youths were fined a total Jackson fined Lillie Harris and i At St. Edwards

Carpenter said a fireplace one son. Ernest J. Knight. Jacksonville c in the mett'rs111 go to theM of $250 in Mayor's Court Mondayfor | Grandford Harris. Negroes. $25:
Dimes last Saturday
Chimney was the probable cause i ; nine daughters, Mrs. Mary rch of Dimes drive. fund-raising \'e causing another boy to hit a each for fighting.! High Mass was celebrated last I For J. C Hoover

,,f the fire The house was owned i Powell Mrs. Nina White, Mrs. A. Mrs Andrews said the six trailer-truck with his car after ;! Sunday at St. Edward's Church ,

by Mrs. tt>rton. Carpenter said. Abernathy.. and Miss Dorothy queen 'ontestants are readyingfor wildly chasing him through the Local Cancer Head Rev. Father Harold Jordan cele-

She was taken to Alachua General Knight, all of Jacksonville; )Irs. then campaigns b\ may;,,' Guardsmen Paid I my streets. i i, brant. Music was furnished by St. Joseph c Hoover 76, ieUre

Hospital! before he could Alma Lee and Miss out boxes. The Heard On Program (.fvi !
Seay Shirley signs and putting Freddie Killer Paul's photographer < c reputation.
Ray Harris and Catholic Church Choir in
talk to her, he said and added Knight, both of Worthington; Mrs. contestant havinc t>" most vote $38,722 In 55 were each fined $100 for reckless d\: 'd at his home h'-re, at 3:20a :
she Miss Dorothy Alvarez chairman Jacksonville.
that he didn't know whether Sadie Bowne of Bowie. Colo.; Mrs will be crowned at the Polio I and an accident. I m. Thursday after a lingering
driving causing
was overxome by the smoke or I Debris Miller, Iron City Ga.; and n.vv* planned for Jan. 2SQueen Members of the Starke National Chick Blair and Bill Faulkner. pas- :i of the Bradford County unit of After mass the choir was enter- illness:

he excitementThe Mrs. Lillie Ann Johns Starke; I, contestants from !Rtarke Guard unit received about $38.- sengers In the cars driven by Harris American Cancer Society, was I tamed at the Dixie Motor Court Although complete funeral ar-

SUrke department was | four sisters. Mrs. John McNeal. are Sandra Johns. representingBeta 722.71 for their services as Guardsmen and Killer were each fined $25 chosen to appear on the program {'I restaurant with Mrs. Lewis Dean rargements had not been completed -

joined by a truck from the Brooker. Mrs Alice Thompkins Sigma Phi. Bobhe Bastedo during 1955. according to an for being accessories. I! at the District Leadership and Educational and, Mrs Michael Gilhooley host- at press time yesterday.

Gainesville department. Firemen Mrs. J. M. Durst, and Mrs. G. T. representing the Little Women's estimate by Albert L. Crosby Jr.. Police! Chief W. E. Thornton ,! Conference held Thursday -'e'l'e3 i it wag learned that funeral serv-

worked about 40 minutes to douse I Daniels, all of Jacksonville. I Tluh. and Jo Ann Slade representing the unit's administrative assistant. said the four pursued; the other'!, at the University of Florida I ices would be held in St. Mark's
the blaze. Carpenter said. Funeral services were held at 3 Chamber Com includes : 'n Gainesville. BVNK HOLID.l'I Episcopal Church at 11
the of This total armory drill boy Sunday night, finally forcinghim I i I Friday
Waldo has a fire departmentbut ;! p.m. Thursday Jam. 6. at AntiochI merce. :: pay field training pay and pay for to hit the side of a trailer Various phases of the Cancer : The Florida Bank at Starke j a. m. Interment will bEin

. no fire hydrants. More water I Baptist Church near LaCrosse. Interment Barbara Matchett is the contestant eekends. truck at Walnut and Call Sts. Society's crusade against cancer i I will not be open for business: I Evergreen Cemetery, Jacksonville.

_ i was needed on this fire than i was in Antioch Cemetery i from Hampton. Betty : Guardsmen are paid by quarterly with his car. The name of the were discussed by medical and lay j Thursday Jan. 19. Robert E. under the direction of DeWitt C

' .-ouJ be supplied with the equip j, with Wilson Funeral Home of Lake Gaskins from Lawtey. and Mary check, and most of the money ,, victim is unknown. leaders. Miss Alvarez' topic was'I Lee'g birthday a legal holiday In i Jones.A .

ment at hand City in charge: of arrangements. Starling from State Farm 1 is spent in Starke. Crosby said In other action Mayor W. T. the patient service program. I Florida more complete obituary will

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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTHAXYILLE Sweat, Lealer Harris Gladys There will be an Union .
all-day the first Tuesday ,
night of each PAGE TWOon IKIOAV.iAxr.ua: 13, 19;*
Copeland, Lucille Griffis, Bertha Meeting at the Long Branch Baptist month so the meeting date would
Harris, Laura Chilson and Janie Church, Friday, Jan. 13.Mr. not conflict with prayer meetingat highway 301, but her car was day dinner at the home MiaKyle

Higginbotham. Also several children and Mrs. George Johnsonand the Long Branch Church. badly damaged.Mrs. : Cannon, honoring Mrs rm

1>> Mrs.! C. b. ;soLinAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAA were present. Mrs. Laura family of Jacksonville visited Plans were made for the Civic Lealer Harris. Mrs. Gladys
Competition For U. S. 301At Chilson assisted Mrs. Nolan in non. her mother. On her birthday. -
entertaining.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham Club to sponsor a box supper Copeland and children and Mrs. After dinner a birthda)
and family Sunday.Mr. and tacky Elsie Mae Cannon and childiw
their last week the Union County party Saturday nght. cake was served to the honoree
meeting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Horne Charles McClisse went to Valley
and Mrs. Franklin Higgin Jan. II. Mrs. Trudy Crosby, Mrs. attended services at the Pine
and Those
Board of County Commissioners agreed to finance Madison a doctor at the Jacksonville NAS guests. enjoying tho
of Wis. spent the Christmas botham and family of Jacksonville Lucille Griffis and Mrs. Rosalie Congregational holiness occasion with Mrs. Cannon and
the erection of large highway signs in and near holidays here with Mrs. Thursday. were guests of Mr. and Mrs Nolan are on the planning: com- Church in Starke Sunday. Mrs. Graves were Kyle Cannon
Folkston, Ga. coaxing tourists to use Highway Home's parents :Mr. and :Mrs. F. We are glad to learn that William Doss Higginbotham and family mittee for the event. Miss June Higginbotham pent Dan Graves and daughter Minnie.

23 through Lake Butler and Gainesville as a B. Coleman and family.Mr. Whitehead is feeling better Saturday.Mr. We are all very glad that Mrs. several days in Jacksonville last Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cannon and

"short cut" to the West Coast. and Mrs. F. B. Coleman after a recent illness. and Mrs. J. C. Nolan and Lealer Harris was not hurt in week with Mrs. Lena Joiner. family," Mr. and Mrs Earl Cannon

The action was taken at the request of a and family had as their guestsfor Friends of Mrs. Doss Higgin children were business visitors in the automobile accident which she Mrs. Dan Graves entertainedon and family and Miss Ginger
Union County official who pointed out that new New year's dinner Mr. and botham will regret to learn that Jacksonville Saturday afternoonMrs. was in last Wednesday morning Sunday Jan. 1, with a birth- Cannon.
Mrs Buddy Browning and Mr. she has been quite ill for the past : Hester Hicks and Mrs.
bridges have been completed in Georgia along and Mrs. Kermit Browning of two weeks, and was rushed to Alma Anders of Lawtey, and Mrs --- '- ----7

Route 23 between Folkston and Macclenny and Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. the county hospital by ambulancelast Marian Marrs and son, Jeffrey I

the claim was made that this highway is now James Coleman. Wednesday night. She Is able visited Mr and Mis Dan Parrush THESE DENMARK JANUARY BUYS ARE I
"easier and quicker for southbound traffic to the Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hilliard of to be up some now but is still Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and

Florida West Coast or northbound from there V.ilrico spent last Saturday and quite weak. family, and Mr an,) Mrs. Leslie
than U. S. Highways 1 and 301." Saturday night with Mrs. Hill- Mrs. Marian Marrs and son. Sweat and family last SundayMr.
lards SIster Miss Debbie Phillips. Jeffrey have returned to San and Mrs. II. A. Sweat and
Now there is nothing wrong with Union County Mrs. Opal Hill attended tha Antonio, Texas after spendingthe Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sweat and
interests doing what they can to promote more Duval County Council of Home holidays with Mr. and Mrs. family of Macclenny and Mrs
tourist travel through their town, and we admire Demonstration Clubs at the Y. Dan Parrish, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Toria Higginbotham and children
their enterprise in doing so. The only thing W. C. A. in Jacksonville last Sweat and some relatives i i" visited Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Swe.t

"wrong" with the idea, from the standpoint of Tuesday. Lawtey. and family Saturday night.,::
Bradford County is the fact that every car thatis Miss Debbie Phillips and her \Ve are sorry to learn that Mrs Little Miss Marsha Waters Kill
pulled down Highway 23 from Macclenny means guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Billiard Buford Higginbotham is ill witha again, we are sorry to learn.
U. s. \'isitedlr.. and Mrs. Griff Phillipsin bad cold. Her grandmother Mis. Dorothy
one less car that will come through 'here on Lawtey Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. Lester Taggartand Wstfrs. and :Mrs. Laura Chilson

:O1.. Willing Worker Club family and Mr. and Mrs. C. took her to the doctor in Mac
All is fair in love and the fight for the tourist The Willing Workers Club met E. William Jr. were dinner guestsof clenny Monday morning.Mrs. .

dollar, so we have nothing but admiration for at the home of their sponsor Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dan HargroveF Nell Parrish carried Mrs. LARGE SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED --- 24" X 30"

our Union County neighbors who are taking the C. B. Nolan, on Thursday Jan. Sunday. Mae Tligginbotham back to the ,. ._ -- ..., "-. .',. '
But it 5, and discussed plans and projects Mrs. Ralph Wilson and Mrs doctor in Jacksonville Monday. -y .z :": : :,' : '
travel *
initiative to pull more way. for the coming year. They Lorraine Mosley of Jacksonvilleand Mr. and Mrs. Greek or Jacksonville ., T"" ..".., '.'i,
does bring home to Bradford County interests the plan to play several sports and son, Ronnie were guests of visited with Mrs. Doro PICTORES I E S ..'h .:, 1r..:, i, : 0" .t\.: <':
under to "
vital urgency of the drive now way to put on a minstrel in the Mrs. Hattie Nolan last Thursday.Mrs. they Waters and family Sunday : ,

speed up improvements to 301 and efforts to get spring. Henry Wellhausen was Hattie Nolan and Mr. and ('h.l(' Club Met 1 ,. .,.,
the "missing link" of the cut-off from Macclenny elected as the new club treasurer. Mrs. J. C. Nolan and children The Maxville Civic Club met
to 301 completed. We are proud to welcome Harriet spent Sunday in Seville with Mr Thursday night, Jan. 5, at 8 p All Glass Enclosed
member.Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nolan and son.Mrs. m. More discussions were held on
Thomas as a new
deal of talk here.
There has also been a great .
and Mrs. F. B. Coleman Arthur Wilkinson and Mis the playground and new building
but very little action, about erecting signs at went to Jacksonville last Saturday Ed Harris and children of Jack.sonville which we hope to acquire very
301 and the $7.95 2 FOR J4'9S
strategic points in Georgia plugging and while there pkked up were guests of Mrs. J soon. The meeting date was
modern accommodations that its motels and the balanced of the furniture for C. Nolan and family last Friday. changed from Thursday night too

restaurants offer the tourist trade. Perhaps. the church nursery. .-.

now that it is obvious that other communities are Felloulp Mating
starting an organized campaign to pull traffic: Last Monday: night. Jan. 2.

off of 301, Bradford Countians, who have been Fellowship night was held at a <:> i ONLY TWO
kir kin f! the >'i?n idea around for many months 'h" M'ixvlle Congregational .:,o 0 Et
Church.. Special singing was -
without getting very much accomplished, will held and Rev. Romie Thompson cr % g LARGE m
swing into action. pastor of the Congregational o O

Movement, was nominated to

bring the evening message.Irtrge '. ,. SLH.'HTLY(; DAMAGE: )
Police Policies Getting Result group attended. { e
Young Folk fleetingS
When Mayor Jackson took office last October, arting last Friday night and SEEDSof Solid Foam Rubber CushionsRegular

his first official act was to put all patrolmen on: continuing each Friday night.. ,4A ih r

a CO-day period of probation. He told them tha throughout Folks the year Meeting at 7:30 will p.aa 1 be \ ? y Now

they had a job to do and if they did it well, he held Young at the Congregational Hoi'- successChildren U $69,95

would cooperate with them in every way. lIe ness Church. Everybody is welcome Li $99.95
added that he expected all the laws to be enforced to attend.

impartially, that he was under obligation We regret to learn that Mi! taught to save have the sIs

to no one and that all persons should be treated Minnie Lee Coleman was take Loose; Neck Adjustable AM'MINTM ss,
alike. suddenly ill Sunday night while! of success planted within them.

Some cynics, perhaps thought this was jus ville attending Baptist services Church at, the and Max-had- Thrift then becomes a habitof DESK LAMPS Venetian :_

another"speech" by a new official hoping to make to be rushed to St. Vincent's Hospital -
a good public impression, but it wasn't long before in Jacksonville. We hope lifelong value. A .95 Blinds

it became apparent that the Mayor meant that she will soon be well.
Browning For your children's future welfare Sizes 24" to r .w..wwuw.- +
what he said. Mr. and Mrs. + ",
During the course of a drive against illegal' of Jacksonville were overnight- and happiness, teach them the Up 36" Wide
particularly parking on the wrong side< guests of Mrs. Browning's par r .
parking- Coleman *
ents. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. art of saving money.
tickets $4.95Installed
of the street a large number of wa Saturday. r -

given out by police, regardless of economic, social Box Sapper and Tacky Party
or political status of the receiver. As might be The Maxville Civic Club will

expected, the repercussions from some sources! sponsor a box supper and tack:

were loud and long. In spite of anguished howls,, party, Saturday night, Jan. H,
tickets "killed," and each resulted beginning: at 7:30 p. m. A prize
however, no were
in a fine of $1, with no exceptions.In box will be and awarded also for for the the pretties tackiest' FLORIDA BANK at STARS ) COMPANY

the Mayor appointed one
other actions new The public is cordlall)
Riley Sweat, assistant police costume. OF ST.t KF
of the department. invited to attend.Mr. Mfmhrt Florida National
chief; asked the Council for and obtained modest and Mrs. Fely Griffis visit Group 4rb l-." 431 416 W. Call St. Phone 151

raises for the entire force; and obtained approvalfrom wl in Macclenny Friday will -- --- ---- --
the City .Council for the establishment of a Mrs. Griffis' nephew and family. -

police fund to be used for morale- ui1din ac Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Jackson supidene, Ml*

tivities. He spent long hours at night riding the Jackson's daughters will %4,' zww6F "' -
returned home y T 6l o'+YA d w ., N koea
beat in the patrol car and. as a result of a study and Evelyn the weekend.Mr. .b r 'Rtl6l' t>v R t Ya ex a.roA tlA.IgA, +A "'x iS.'woo rne5 >+ a2' aK,. Y.q, fN6.aea"gil; dd twtap
n. .
l'ours"orlt'd and the size of the job, he them for < .e IX svH. w-b
Greensand .
tnt Claude
0 > ? and Mrs. & '" '' w'r M +
asked that an additional man be added to the Mary Mosley were dinner ,
Mrs. ,,, A r.ti
forro to operate the now two-way radio at night. guests New Year's day of ,, aey4 p ef+zaw 4pi 'kt w4x,id1'biattlegq,4."AO +.w."" e4 t.a,. e Ames we tDt arqw4.ya" l' wars.ax."z.'o"uuv y"' c aa.. aw R.aa6eo)9.re Aesu, .ruea-.ill w."p 4. ('"e 4.' '"9 T a r.
family. et
The result of all the measures has benefittcil :Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lucas and

Starve in many wavs: 0 A
J. Bell Mr 10 8'zr t mEe ebw M4aWa W L
rules enforced strictly, but Mr. and Mrs.V. wk a' RO'IX 'xA.4se W}{ pW x3 MM MYp.
1ti'r; parkin meter R'1d : A. 3"a" .W'bro dOMfi.3R n .+
Franklin Hell, Mr. kbW' vtr tl'4 iyP .m frna{ %.Ye.. : WJ44.'LA A.'e.. p. M'
fairh Vrt now are spaces available in the busing and Mrs. Mosley and Mrs. Fd- d,.-. 4" ?y Ywt y 4.la r. ..pa. ?"; ,
tourists and local shoppers to Mrs. Junior ewYear's
? strict( for attended the M.Ri a
na Greene W g.4 !,. WreNS.. 'K4AA G..eV '" Rf'eA" M Eve dance at the V. F.
park.Violations are handled impartially.! No one Club in Lake Shore.

likes to pay a fine but the sting is much less Mr. and sirs Franklin Bell

severe if the one fined knows that everyone else and Mr. and airsJunior Moslej in

is dealt with on the same basis. went to the stock car races Jan. 1
protection at ni ht. A rake City on Sunday.
There i H better police but had
be where Junior was in the races !
phone call now means that police can tire blew out. !
out when a j
they're needed in a matter of minutes instead of to drop Mrs. Clarence Isgett. _;
Mr. and I
Honu'timcs hours, as was the case before. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bell and son,, x +

The city U i more orderly and quieter night, and little Miss Barbara Jean Ertl- :
when residents want to sleep. A new ordinance son of Jacksonville visited with. J

'prohibits jook joints from disturbing the peace Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bell and famiIv .: .1 ", ;' '; I a, I -
in the wee hours of the morning. on New Year's day frtl $"

These are just a few of the more obvious results n.h\ n\rlwr announces y t.xe
harmony and cooperation Mrs.
of t'u fine spirit baby girl born
that exists between the Mayor and the police tho: arrival of at a St. Luke's Hospital b. hi ar"'d.a.>
.Jan. 4.
kVed, -----f.---- .. ..
department in the performance of their ,jobs. in Jacksonville. The young 3. ..-

Perhaps no other department: in the city performs arty has been named Silly: Suo
a more imiwrt.mt function than that of the Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bell and

|police. They are charged with keeping law and tfr. and Mrs. .llarence Isgett and
the lives and well-being of air and Mrs. Leo Bell and son of
order and protecting
our citizens. It is a real pleasure to note the good Jacksonville went on a pleasure,
Monday ?
IOU the department i is doing and to congratulate trip Jan. to 2.We Daytona Beach. Why Wait ml Spring

the Mayor and all of the police on their fine ef are glad to hear that little !

Harold Bell is improving afterleveral

days illness.

forts.mat's We are glad to know that Hat-a You enjoy extra months of ownership at no extra cost
The Address? tie Sessoms is recovering
minor operation performed December when you step up to this KING-SIZE DODGE CORONET right nowl _

Postmaster G. J. McGriff Jr. says that everyone 23. of
Erkison .
concerned would benefit if those who write Little Barbara Jean
facksonville visited her cousins Now U the time of You'remon.yahead SOMETHING BIG New'56Vofo
letters would give complete street or box numbers last Mon-
when addressing envelopes. It used to be that loan and Harold 1 your life to make! 2 with the car that's 3 HAPPENED IN THE.1' .

everyone in Starke knew everyone else, but that day.[ is glad to see Miss the buy of your life far ahead In tryling LOW PRICE FIELD :

isn't so any more the Postmaster reminds us. Debbie Everyone Phillips! up and about When you buy now inand features! This big '56 This full-size, fuU- tyled,

Very often local mail is delayed in delivery be- .cain after several days illness mad of waiting for Spring, Dodge Coronet is built to full-powered Dodge Coronet

cause the addresses is new and no one knows in the St. Vincent's Hospital.Mr. you get a bonus of extra keep more of Hi talue. It's is priced down with the D OD GE

here he lives. The post office department does and Mrs David Roller of months of ownership that ahead of the field with small cars. And it brings

everything possible to pet the mail delivered on Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. don't cost you a thing You push-button driving, you the "Magic Touch" of

time but actually it is not supposed to offer directory Jalford Whitehead and has family Just get the same high resale world's record-breaking Dodge push-button driv .
service, and mail without complete address tonday returned night.from Mr.air force base in value when it's time to V-8 engine, safety features. ing: Surest, safest, easiest Ltodtr of,/. forward Look
should be returned to the sender the postmastersays. reland. trade, vkether you buy rung It's the King-Size buy of way to drive you've ever

lonw Demonstration Party or in Uu Spring!Why wait the year. known!

,.. ....... ..ww" .....,,,,"._., .;::;;::E' The Maxville Home Demonstration -
COUNTY TELEGRAPH Club met at the home of Mrs Dodge Dealers Dfeserrt-: Danny Thomas in "Make Room for DaddY" Bert Parks In "Bra* -rk." The Lawrence Welk! Show-all on ABC-TV
THF 9ADFORD EST. 1879 C.: B. Nolan on Tuesday, Jan. 3.at .

OLOtST WEEKLY NEWS 2 p. m. Mrs Nellie Mills, county -

_ 1'' PAPER FLORIDA'S PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLYUNDER a.1d home demonstration agent presented on color a film in Hardy Brothers Motor Co.DODGE

THE SAME MASTHEAD.1'BUSHED the home. At the close of the .
meeting gifts were ex. ganged

EACH FRIDAY AND ENTEeT) AS SECOND CLASS and refreshments served. Those PHONE 69 PLYMOUTHeditorial
MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE A1 STARKE FLORIDA UNDER ntoying this occasion with Mrs ,

.THE..... ACT OF. MARCH_ 3.,.., '!878.. _..,....;o.-......, 'olan were. Mrs Mills Gazelle

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..............VTvtttvtVI thank all those who helped makeit 3 -- - -- -
a success. I CLIP THIS COUPON AND MAIL TO: j<: __ _, '_r __ :_ .-- -__ ": _>t,4: : : : : : jf .IIIii_ _3 "" "'io?''''

1 I( Mrs.major Henry operation Hodge in underwenta Alachua Mrs. Robert Firth, Chm. EVERYBODY SAVES AT THESE GREATLY SLASHED PRICES

General Hospital last Monday. Cancer Closet, Box 648 II
By Sirs. E.
to hear that Gene Edwardsand
su.aaaKanonlc Winston Kelly have both

Installation missed a lot of school because of j YES I will be glad to donate a pint of blood for the I
poison ivy. Hear that Gene has
has been installed f of Bradford
C F- Padgett infection. use County Cancer Patients.
also developed an Hope
&a Worshipful Master of Pine youll soon be o. k., boys. I II
No. 8.
Hill Installed Masonic on Dec.Lodge 27 were: VVUsw Glad to hear that little Eddie'I Name _________________________________________

Green Senior Warden; J. K. Lewis is home from the hospital I Street Address
Douglas Junior Warden; H. C. and doing fine. !

Douglas, Senior Deacon; Coy Edwards Mrs. Mattie Barry went back i RFD or Box No -------_____1____________________

Junior Deacon; Z. W. i to see her doctor in Gultport last I II I

Hamilton Senior Steward; R. H. I week. I Town____ _________________ Phone_________
Green Tyler; Thomas Hamilton, Basketball News I
Secretary; and Tyler Jones, The Brooker School boys bas-I
The Bloodmobile be in Starke on Feb. U for the purpose of re-
Treasurer. ketball team has ben quite active celling donations of blood from Bradford County dtticns, it was announced -
Council Meeting this week and last. They I I
The City Council met at the went to Lawtey last Tuesday to!, yesterday by Beta Sigma Phi sponsors of the Cancer Closet 13, 1956
Community Center Thursday play and the score was 60-10 inI I It Is necessary to obtain 50 donors for this visit of the Bloodmobile,

night Jan. 5. to open bids for a favor of Lawtey this time. Then)I! and citizens are urged to use the above coupon to volunteer. The

water line to be run from the last Friday night they went to!I blood wW be used not only for cancer patients, but any emergency MEN'S
center to the lot near the Ernest 1 Starke to Play -- score 71-12 in I where needed.
Russ residence which is the site i favor of Starke. They were scheduled -, Ladle Dresses
purchased for a city park. The I to go back to Lawtey this i 1 I The executive boar.; meeting of e..aar..a..vtn....
lowest bid of $82.50 was accepted I Tuesday night, but the outcome the Garden Club will be held at .I SUI ND

from E. W. Hodges. The water 'was not known at this writing.J j 8 p. m. Monday at the home of HIGHLAND I II ,
line Is already being put in place. Boys playing on the team are:I Mrs. Bill Bigham. I II

WMS Meeting Craig Woods Marvin Rogers The Lee Greens and Mrs. Zada I lly Mrs. Lacy Norman e
The WMS of the Brjoker Bap-. Jimmy Clark, Wayne Parrish,I Dubose of Gainesville, and the SPORT COATS
tist Church met Tuesday. Dec. 2,t tavern Dyal. Dickie Davis, Otis' Russell Greens were in Jackson- ......... & ONE e

at the church. Mrs. C. B. Stall-I Tetrtone. and Travis Hazen. ville Sunday afternoon visiting i Mrs Sarah Norman and daugh-

ings gave an Interesting talk on 4-11 Club News I Mrs. Hubert Witt who is a patient -I I ter, Rachel, were in Jacksonville l i LOT p o oep
the American Indians. Mrs. M. O.I Miss Dorothy Ross met with: in St. Vincent's Hospital, Friday afternoon to get their
Harrell the business thp 4-H earls at the school list and also Mrs. Bessie Brannen.Mr. :
presided at t elder daughter, Evelyn, who is
I t tI
and Mrs. Jack Elmo and
discussed for
Plans were i
meeting.Auxiliary's I | Friday. employed there. :
baby of Ocala visited the C. L.| i
Met i Rally Dav to be held in March
I K. O. Neal of the Baldwin fire I II
The Junior GA's and the Sunbeam -' at lr usn !In Starke Miss Ross Atklnsons last week. ---
i tower was here Monday afternoon -
Band met at the church on brought along a Fairy GinsrerCake Cpl. and Mrs. Robert T. Hln'm : the '> ONE LOT b '
| to move forestry telephone
Jan. 5. The GA girls will sell which all the girls enjoyed. of Augusta,: Ga. visited the.'i'to Leonard Norman's. I' ONE LOT
peanuts for the March of Dimes Also here last Friday was Far Green and Ernest Edwards t
campaign. The Sunbeams are,, County A,.ent G. T. Unreins to families last week. !|I Aunt Frances Norman is still .14P DRESSES DRESSES
the list. Elizabeth Harvey -
making Indian costume jewelry I i I heln lips the boys organized for Mr and Mrs R. F. Gano spent I puney r 1 h
I is better of mumps, and a Up To ; ,
from empty spools ana colored 4-11 work. i several days last week with Mr. 3no 1'PT.IWS;
Hardee is able to back
buttons The 37 young people i The I.. R. Green family vlsitPl! and Mis. Merle Gano and family Wayne go .
then went to the community center -I', the J. T. Tivlors and the I.. K.j in St. Augustine and Mr. and I to school. : Only98 Only
for refreshments! furnished by,' Trails in PalMka last:; Su..div.fho Mrs. Ovid R. Gano: of Swan Lake.I A family get-together and supper ': 98COne
Mrs M. O. Harrell. j I (:'IV Ptrr'eh family visited:;; \t'tand' Mrs. Arnold Andrewson was enjoyed recently at the '

Parties Enjojwl i the Sl' Whiteheads in Palatka of Cassadaga, N. Y. visited Leonard Norman home. Those at- :' Lot Ladies :- A t
Misses Jeannie and Joannie I, la: ** weekend. the 11. 11. Wait family last week.I I tending were Mr. and Mrs. Bill' .. : One Lot Ladies 7
Wait were hostesses at a slumber I The L. C. Woodsv rntert"lnpd1' They were enroute to the home I Pendarvis and children of Law- :

party at their home last Friday; }oOU..01lp.S. fn? Vii'''n thfv jus' purchased in Leesburg.Mr. tev, Mrs. Evelyn Mosely and SKIRTS SKIRTS
night Those enjoying this sleep-) w1 family and Mrs. ?h..v, and Mrs. Harry Hamilton I Beedie Mae Harvey of Jacksonville ,| .

less night were Joan Moore of P"ip,rber and son of Lakeland and diiiphter of St. Petersburg,)I Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Norman i' wt a AT1It A
Heilbronn. Carol Cox of Gainesville tenth m outdoor barbecue list and I'a' :Mae Hamilton of Braden- a-d son, Mrs. A vie Austin and :
Vivian Garcia of Camp M"a'2v np'H.FrMv ; ton were weekend guests of the children, :Mr. and Mrs. Leonard : 1.2 PRICE ToGoAt98C
Norman and children, Beedie Norman !i|
Banding, Kay Waldron of Key r'o'ht dinner fiiosts" of Z. W. Hamiltons. I' '
stone. Patt Hobbs Judy DinkelI the RMI Piffhams were Mr. and I Mrs Eva Harrell is spending and Zettie Padgett. '
and Virginia Darby of Starke. |I lr.s f MI'l p TonY "nil "qll, h'pr I several days: with Mr. and :Mrs.S. A Study Course will be givenat ; i! One Lot Ladies One Lot Ladies >tI
Lavern Dyal entertained at a Af briinwtnn fpl..htq. PI T*".'' Edwards in Tampa, and Mr. the church starting Jan. 16
weiner roast at her home last Fred Ladders and daughter of and Mrs. Harry Ware in St. with Rev. Edgar Wilkinson of COAT SUITS .
,. .,,,.. I I ,
Saturday night. Outdoor games r einp v-(-i> guests of the,, Petersburg.Mr. the Lawtey Baptist Church as 1// SKIRTS ; ,
were enjoyed by the 12 RICI'h'lms on Monday.p and Mrs. B. M. Starling Jr.I teacher. All Lawtey Baptists are I
attending. guests I ..nt nipsts rtf Mrs. hnahiPPrear I of Jacksonville were weekend invited to study with us. V i i 1 1.3 OFF
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Douglas ,.tt more I..f'ln".t T.i'chfi'IiIAC : I guests of Mrs. 'Groover Thomas Several from here will attend 13 OFF
were hosts to a few friends on': r..I".I11,. thp Paul! Prpioott: and family. I the union meeting at Long _
New Year's Eve, including the family of Bartmv. O'" .,"''' Tn>*-' Rev. C. B. Stallings i Branch today (Friday). One '
Lot Ladies
meeting I LADIES I i
Wilson Green family the Frank| .oft of -fix and Mr, Npiup; Present the Moderators and Clerks Remember: Sunday School, One LotLadies ; IA

Tinney family, and the G. + and "P/1""n of ?t"rke.1o'r. at the Southside Baptist 9:45.: Worship Services, 11 a. m.
Green family. E.I and Mrs. Thomas chile Church in Jacksonville Tuesday, and 7 p. m. earn Sunday. Prayer HATS I COAT SUITS COAT SUITS
The Study Course Just completed -i and Mr *T>tMrs. Thprnn Sh'n P and also the Evangelistic Conference Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30: p. m.1
at the Brooker Baptist; of Tfnoxvlllp. Term verp m.p.fe at the First Baptist Teachers Meeting each I ,slashed to ,
Church was well attended and of RPV. and Mra. C. B. Stallings Church there. Tuesday night 7:30: p. m. There is a nursery, 1.98 At 0.98 4.98
Rev. C. B. Stallings wishes to1 I lInti:1V. through Thursday. I so bring the children along.


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that Ford rhea you more po''er fur your money a! the new Lifeguard steering wheel and Lifeguard now at
than any other tru'k line. SHOES i 1.98
bie With door latches. See your Ford Dealer! now 2.98 .

Availq i I .. ,
last ] Selection Of Men'sWORK : Reg. 2.98 Children's Selection of Men's
Re?. 6.9- Men's f

I :n lin9 :: \ rei True ks t or kl 0 now 2.98 4.98 now 1.98 1-3 OFFYRlD.'Y

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SharplessVeds Elementary Ownbey-Brown Little Women ; t'il -5.4 12

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!I C. G. Strickland Jr. Thanks CommitteeFor : Plan Talent Show i TOT,", 'l'ST.XL:; CAPITAL AC- 3j6,6S.:1 !! ..t S V -

... New Curtain I I >01 ICE h. API-KIR
The TOTAL \RILITIES ....... .. .
Lit.lo Women's Club met I .\\f) In. Clrrmi t Hra4f r i % CAPITAL, .. .
.tcL'l)1NTS I |..,*,'-. .11. !,??, ,.
M ":"nuv night in the club house 1 3,496.104
The Starke Elementary Schoo'PTA I"D MiH ueen Smith. )'1." r' .-
mot Tuesday evening in the ', ''h the president, Miss flab +Ths bank's of capital consuls I .Norma Kirkland Smith. !p- !,'- ,

Catetonum with Mrs. A. 1:. Norman I !..tre presiding. I common stock: with total I: T. '........ CAMN": iWrlrr :
I It was announced that the club I par value of $:0.000.00> To Norma Kirkland Smith, w *. ,
II vice-president, presiding .
( b.dysIooty! II I I re, idence and address i. .
I '\ >u':,i sponsor Dobbe Bastedo in I C .
I Rev C. L. Overturf Jr., pastor ol i .I Kirkland llradUnd..A..11 <
Phone 35
the Church of Chnst, gate the ; h-, March of Dimes beauty con- .-\ pledged!'1..randa88"t8 or i' 1U"Y..u for are flClri) uuliflril .1.... t

.. - ------ __ I devotional.A Vxt. to secure llabutltes assigned I>iM n.
rising vote of thanks wa? A talent show is planned for I and for other purposes 1,361,587.68I. 1"" "1'.1. filed against you in tr.
Rev. And Mrs. Hall Birthday Parties >!i t. next meeting Monday eve S. L. bonamed Court and i.tu-e, .dor.
given: to Mrs. Kate Sheppard and Peek. Jr. President of the vuu are reuuired to em a p' f
I, her committee for the beautiful' -i,n8 Jan. ::3, to raise funds for bo\e named bank, do solemnly I, .rouT anv"'.r .,or.. pleading t .. the
For HonoreesCheryl ,
To Receive Guests Young I ,. wear that the above statement b "omnlaini >) ? 1'1" "
new stage: curtains that were installed ... h March of Dimes. I true, and that it fully and correctly Attorney Clifford T Inc. 1 .
represents the true state of the llarnett National Rank lij ii, .
On GoldenVedding Tillman! celebrated her in the Cafetorium. The several .1.,. ksonville .
........................ matters herein contained J Florida.
ninth birthday anniversary witha .urtains have been one of the bi!!' ind set forth. to the best of my *!1O ii. lit .Mi'ilfll'>! I" ,,,e .,.ft1r'he '
Mrs. W. E. Hall w111 knowledge nd belief. ClerK of the Circuit: Court c"r
Rev and weiner roast at her home 913E. projects of the Elementary PTA l'1'rrt"d.\t. s. L 'cek. Jr. here the

observe their Golden Wedding anniversary Thomas St., last Saturday ,, for the year. I PINE! LEVELly Harold (". Wall! 13 day of February. mtJtlirr

at their home adjoining afternoon. J- In the room count, Mrs. M. A. H.I*. A.!-'. Brlnson Bartlett ..'.r mr allt.....ilon- >,f .-at'omnjnt It'
will I e taken asonf.
Church on f
the Pine Level Baptist Halls Games were played during the -- Payne's room won the prize for Mr". II.1.. !M.lUeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. State of Florida. Dluctore d by :you
Jan. 19. The I Tills untlce snail
Thursday, having the most I be puMlvhedmr
parents present County of Bradford.
bubble .
at ; afternoon and prizes of es: arh: week for four consmum C
will hold open house starting .. The was presented by :nbea before me w..k
program .1I In the BndforH County Tele
: blowers and Yo-To's were given I 11th 101111
cordial day of Jan., 1S56, .
and extend a and !r nh
2 o'clock attend.I I to Arlen Bias Sandy Forth and Mrs. M.V.. Crt>ssler, assisted bvh Rev Atkinson of Jacksonville 1. lureby,, certify that I am not a.. Dated this 9 da> ..f January 1,.

Invitation is to everyone of Pine to Level Charles Chambers. The 16 young- r staff of library assistants. preached at Pine Level Baptist "( "r\I.j'pr or H.I'n director I E iU;of..g this Rev. Hall pastor the were They explained the services offered and I'Ul.ilc. M.H. ,.f Kl..nl.i at larBeHy .
sters enjoying party last Sunday morning IDY Marian I.. Crosby Demitj ('I r ...
Baptist Church. bv the : "I'n: txpiiig February 4, -
bubble Elementary library 1 1.1 4t
given favors of balloons and evening in the absence of the pastor 13:

gum. iL- iIMr II I.I and showed an attractive exhibit i Rev. W. E. Hall, who was .
Future HomemakersPlan I Following adjournment refreshments Miss Dorothy Alice Ownbey. WE WII.I. BE O1'ENF1UIA'
dsslsted railed to conduct a funeral in
Mrs. C. R. Tinman was
were served by Mrs.F. : daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L,
FairThe in and caring for herdaughter's I and Mrs. Hubert G. Sharp- Georgia.Mr. UNTIL 9 :00 P.M.1.S
For serving S. smith, Mrs. E. S. Be"l> i I Ownbey of Keystone: Heights and
guests by Cheryl'sgrandmother less announce the marriage of and Mrs J. C. Sapp of
Mrs. A. N. Holliday. Mrs. Jack Thomas F. Brown, son of Mrs
Future Homemakers met Mrs. M. W. Brant- their daughter, Dorothy Joan to I I Kingsley! Lake, and Mr. and Mrs j I From6to9p.m.
Mi-Comb and Mrs. F. J. Pellum. I TF. Brown of Hampton, will be S PEe I A L
Tuesday in the home economics ley of New Smyrna Beach and Clayton G. Strickland Jr. of I II I married on Saturday, Feb. 11, at Eldon Sapp of Heilbronn were

room with Miss Barbara Bunch i Mrs. James Chitty. Starke and Memphis. Tenn. The 5:30 the supper guests of the B. M. Mc- FRIDAY
: in Keystone
I I Kitchen Shower p.m. Heights .
Instructor officiating. double-ring ceremony was per Raes last Friday.Mr.
Baptist Church.
Peggy Yancey, who was five I Churchat and Jerry Williams and POUTABLE Ueg.
with a formed in the Methodist
The meeting was opened celebratedthe For Mrs. HardingMrs. I No invitatmivt are being sent. I
the years old on Sunday Hernando Miss. on Saturday, i son of :Melrose: visited her par- $19.9;;
discussion plans that I but all friends and relatives of MIX ,4.95
It I occasion with a party with Rev. J.V.. Mae- ents, :Mr.: and Mrs. Russell Thomas
vention at Clearwater in ApriL Nov. 26. T. B. Harding Jr., a recent the invited i 1
couple are to attend
afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock at last!: Sun .
honored with ? .to
ia hoped to have the entire mem- W. Madison Street.A Lillie officiating.The bride was a the wedding and the receptionthat : MASTER
bership of the club attend. her home on bride wore a charcoal gray lovely kitchen shower Saturday will follow in the new I and Haley Coleman of Lakel.tndwere rJday-Only

red and white color motif suit with: winter white hat and Misses Joan also recent guests of the -
June Conner was elected to serve a evening, given by church anntx.Baptist i iI iI '
AS a hostess representing the ; was attractively carried out In the accessories. Her corsage was of Furlong, Helen Hainea and Mrs I I I Thomases.Mr. WIIE YOU THINK OF CAS TIIIXK OF

State Fair in Tampa. party ecoratlons. The lace covered -i yellow ros.buds.Attending Randal Chitty. at the home of and Mrs. Bill Starling andiaughter
dub at the
I' Circles NextDturTo
I Ala. re
Barbara Thompson refreshment table was cen-: the wedding wert the latter, 472 W. Madison Street of Talladega. S LADE
Helen Kelly
terpd with a beautiful white cake the trde'B and friends of seasonal cut (,I'ntly5itet'' Bill's mother, Mrs. 1.0YETTS
and June Conner were selected to I !I parents I Arrangements Hold Meetings j
embossed with: red flowers and Alma Starling. and other rela-
be in the choir at the conventionin from Memphis. flowers and pot plants were used I '
Clearwater. holding five burning red candles.At Mrs. Ftrickland is a graduate I. to advantage in decorating the The Etta Brownlee Circle of': tives.Mrs.

I one end of the table was a of Clay Count High School and party room for the occasion. A? the First Baptist WMU met at : John Barber of East Point
the closed refreshments -
After meeting
Sandra, rabbit made of balloons and the I H now attending the School of i, the guest of honor was seated the home of Mrs. John Pearce i visited her brother-in-law and ,

Jones Freddie were Sue served Barnes by Frances other end held a tiny doll dress"din Dental Hvgiene. Medical Units of I I she was presented with her reigning Tuesday night with Mrs. D. f;. 'ster. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Star- '. # DO IT YOURSELFVV -
Red f
dress. c
:Martin and Elizabeth Bryan. a red pinafore the University of Tennessee.Mr. I I scepter a rolling pin with a Ned in charge of the program. 'I line recently. --

paner plates and small cup cake! Strickland is the son of ,I white bow attached. Assisting were Miss Elva L'e'' We welcome Mr. and Mrs. Jack )

('pnterpfwith red candles further Mr. and Mrs. Clayton G. Fppnrer and son back to our com HAVE SUPPLIES
StriCk-I I During the evening, games Edwards Mrs. Mildred Cuttino, .
Ladies Council carried out the color scheme. laM Sr." of Kin!!' le)'. were enjoyed by the guests and : and Mrs. Pearce. munity. They are maVin* theirhome ,

Met TuesdayThe During the afternoon the 35 enduate of Bradford Hisih School prizes were awarded to the Doris Knight: Circle met In the :i at present with Mrs. Snpn- "; RIGHT HERE ON HAND.

youngsters enjoyed games and. ncI is now employed by Dealers honoree and Miss Ruth Le
Ladies Council of the First I were given favors ol cups 01 Transport Company.Mr. I I Mrs. Harding received many R. A. Colson reviewing the book. ,; ling. : AND PLANS

Christian Church met Tuesday candy bubble pum. paper hats and Mrs. Strickland are lovely and useful gifts from th<> "The Tribes Go Up." !! Visitors at the M. M. McRae CAN UNDERSTANDBeginning

night in the Church sanctuarywith I and baloons twisted Into animal rf'sidingat 1171 Dorothy Place 40 guests; after which baked: Ethel Bips: Circle met with home Thursday( afternoon of last ,

Mrs. Middleton Prevatt in shapes. I Memphis. Tenn. Alaska and coffee were served. Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. Monday night. week were Mrs. Lillian McRae I _

charge of the program. Thosetaking Assisting Mrs. Ned Yancey in --- After the devotional by Mrs. Kate : Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Johnson and )1

part were Mrs. Mae Till- caring for her daughter's guests Shepherd, Mrs. Etta Brownlee'' daughter, and others, all of #

man, Mrs. Leona English Mrs.J. were Mrs. J. M. Vickers. Mrs. gave an Interesting talk on her Gainesville List Sunday visitor : -

E. Sherwood and Mrs. Ara J. E. Hardv. Sue Deai. Janet trip to Europe last summer. i were the T. N. Normans of He'l-' <

MolttMrs. Hardy and Mrs. Vernon Silcox. Lottie Moon Circle met with | hronn. the I* A. Cnvvs of Biv-: ,, Q -v

Margaret Blankenship's I Mrs. Leola Roberts Monday night j, less Hiway. Rev. Galbraith of St \

attendance. The Phi Mrs. P. T. Nolin discussed the Augustine!: and Mr. and Mrs. Allen '\
circle led in Beta Sigina -
"The Tribes Go Hall ami family of Ja.rkson-I
other circles will be hoststo missionary- book. the First Wednesday in February -
two *. Plans ActivitiesThe Don't know if I'll be able to with a heart condition Up." ville: Miss BeUv Ann Conner of I II
the winner with a supper a
write this column or not my Jeanne Following the business meetIngs Ftirke and the H. H. L \\'ise" ,
Twins and Joanne will close
later date. 1 I our store at 12:00 o'clock
Beta Sigir.a Phi sororitymet fingers are so stiff from this Wait, gave a slumber party last the hostess of each circle and Mis" Ruby Underhill of I

The circles will meet Tuesday I Monday night at the homeof cold (under-statement) snap we i Friday evening at their home in served refreshments. Crosby Lake.
night at 7:30 as follows: Circlo : II noon on Wednesday.IL111'4DER'.
Mrs. L. C. Hlnson In Saratoga have been having since last Brooker following the basketball All day circles will meet at Well, I guess we better et'

1. with Mrs. Leona English; Circle Circle I I Heights with Mrs. J. D. Warren urday icicles and ponds sat-I''game and Student Council dancr. the church Tuesday, Jan. 17, fora I busy and take down our Christ ,
2. with Mrs. Doris Wynn; I I Boxes were decorated ed with ice were a common sight I, Good
as co-hostess. at the USO enjoying the party discussion of the book. mas tree after two weeks.
3. with Miss Joan Camponella. to be placed in different every morning the past week with the twins were Vivian Gar i wishes to everyone.

business establishments to collect and it was no use to go Southto cia Jean
Moore Judy Dankel. Mrs.Vilson HostessTo
Band Plans DanceAt votes fnr the sorority's sponsored -, get; warm Leila and Bill Virginia Jean Darby Kay Wal- REPORT OF CONDITION OP THE I I"FI.ORlln

candidate for March of Mundy went as far as Key \V6st UDC MembersThe IMNK AT STARKH"OP
USO FridayThe rath of Keystone. Susie Wait and VTMIKK iv' TUB' vrtTE OP
Miss Sandra Johns. over the weekend and were glad TilE TLrtSR OPItlfelNKSS '
Dimes Queen Pat Hobbs the students want FIOIlinAT 8 PPTiEF
around I W. T. Weeks chapter, 0KC.. 31. OSS. II
the to get home and thaw out
BHS Band will sponsoran Plans were discussed for me to put in a plug for their A..f.I .
Bloodmobile unit In Feb the family stove its a good and U-D.C. met at the home of Mrs. Cash balances! with other ,
Semester dance in the coming Student Council dance get-
End of E
.I ol'' Wilson Wednesday after-I banks including reserve!
Joe E.
USO tonight (Friday) starting ruary. All members were urged I thing Marion Howe Chamber j together which will be held every balances. and cash Item 4Ltiuwm
donors Commerce secretary doesn't edit noon of last week with Mrs. L. in procf-s of collection 239,S3r. 17'nited
least two .
at the basketball
at 8:30 o'clock. No admission I to secure Friday night
States Government
this column or she would sure) D. Vining as co-hostess.
will be charged. and all ages are each. games the Council Is askingthe I obligations direct and

invited. Music will be provided. Refreshments were served bv 'nuff cut out this first paragraph Starke clubs to sponsor the Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr., presi- Obligations guaranteed"! of !States' and 2.052,19185

Florida Footlifters. the social where there's a will there's i i after-game activities during the dent, presided over the business political subdivision. 247.106.6i"' '- '
by seven-piece the dance orchestra made I II hour.thp hostess during a way the Doris Knight circle' basketball season. I meeting. Mrs. Mattie Gahagan "Loans and J49S.20 discounts overdrafts (-including <_ : __ __ _, = '::fr

which met at the church Monday I an educational I, I
historian, gave ) 9257670.
of band musicians. I Hear that plans are under way 1
up and Bank premises! owned J6-
nl'ht.'Ith the temperature on Lee, Jackson
'F) Births for the March of Dimes dance, to program Kfl.tSZ) : furniture and I FriSat .
pcent hovering in the low 40's, found i be held Jan. 28 with the dance Maurey, whose birthdays fall in I fixtures 16.958S6 n.Sfi 17.63! 77 18 I Only
the church cold and dark so the Other assets
Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Kartsonis of committee meeting at the homeof January.The
Can't Get Rid Jacksonville: former Starke residents :. members held their meeting in I Virginia and Junius Smith hostesses served a salad TOTAL ASSETS 3,49610469 .

Cold ? announce the birth of a son the church kitchen with their Wednesday night Gene Byrd course to the 12 present during I 1.1...11U1....
of Your feet in the oven. I Demand deposits of individuals -
than Paul. on Jan. 8 in St. Vin- and Nick Shinkoff of the New the social hour. partnerships

Then try 666.the wide-activity medicine cent's Hospital.The Was swell having Bob (Rev.) York Giants were luncheon guests and corporations 1.755,770 '(8 Dungarees

for ireateit effectiveness Sommer back with us for the I Course rime deposits of Individuals -
Wednesday of Herb Thomas \VSCS Study partnerships! and
all symptoms of all kinds of weekend he been confined il7,5t38:1:
against has
births are an- ,
following when Yancey's Jay
..Ida. 666 combines 4 potent, widely for Peggy I 18 Deposits of United 5tteGovernment !
\ in the Duval Medical Center Set For January
nounced Starke Maternity Hos- Jax here a
prescribed drugs and gives positive by Stevens of was over I (Including
dramatic results in a matter of hours.Iu pital: the past several months, you couple weeks ago Peggy: : told "u.iUIsavings %0, 72.89 Men'sHere's
I will be able to Mrs. T. H. Slade will conduct
the and Join
combined therapy covers 'I Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh C. Strick- know. him to bring her a bushel basketof I Deposits of States' and political -
ompbtt range of all cold symptoms. II I his family here for the weekends the study course "To Combineour sul.ciivi.sion 513,344 '
land of Starke a daughter Teres- gum for her fifth birthday Lasting Peace.' ,Other deposits (certifiedand Your Chance To I
down for
has been Efforts .
His wife. Irene
tfo other cold remedy Sue Jan. 4. which fell last Sunday; so, not officers' checks, ,
ton match 666 liquid 666 sa with vims the past week and which will be held Wednesday.Jan. : etc) 25,56015: Stack Up On Dungarees \ .
666 CM TobkLs.A1I1 : Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Graudon to disappoint the child. Uncle Jaybrought In the Education TOTAL DEPOSITS' 3,052.792,11: '
tr Mary Bollinper has been caring 18 at 10 o'clock Other liabilities 56.6U7 And Plenty :
1 of Starke: a daughter, Janette,I Sommer her the bushel basket done ..
fnr baby Tommy at Building. Come Early .
if it
,1 I un fancy and looking as TOTAL LIAP1LITIES
Jan. 6.Mr. .
home full of Mrs. Slade will be assisted in (not Including subordinated -
IlU heaping of packages
I were
and Mrs. Carlos Norman of Mrs. Titus obligation.'
Noted that Mary Hillendahl\ is I eum and candv of course, the reviewing the book by ..hn\\ n below 3.19.416 H ONLY 'I.I'I.
Starke. a daughter, Mary Annette bookkeepIng Rtarke Builder* inside was just stuffing I Olson and Mrs. R. F. Demorest.Mrs.

Jan. 8.Mr. Jeanette Waters is the new I W. L. Blair and Miss Amy Capital ArcoBDtn
Inca Kelly a surprise '.n one ifiurj'Iu'
[ AEIt j and Mrs. \V. C. Clemons of receptionist at Doctor's !' gave I CoHirn will give' the devotionaland $CapitalS Z -, ,,,,,. '"
HOPitat.1 birthday party Saturday eveningfor
Starke. a son, John Ervin, Jan. 8. and Johns is Mrs. Jack MoComb will have I'ruliv. ,.10,1 pr-'flt-; .:h ." -
STARKE FLA. Ann 20 guests in honor of daughter -I arid rptlrement .77
I Iteserves (
i, Mr and Mrs. Charlie Cowart of I (O'vill Starke Laundry office Nita's birthday charge of the skit. .. ii/if, f r l I'" fprr. (I
Starke.! a son, Ernest Simon, Jan. I hour covered
while Pmev Brown is undergoing Robby Smith also annivprS'1"1 During the noon a
Sun., Mon., Tues. 8. an or-eration and convalescencein dish luncheon will be enjoyed.All .
his 5th birthday
January 15. 16. 17 J 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Don Champion of Pt. Vincent's Hospital I I with a partv for the on neisrhborho Women of the church ars il 1AJ : 1I

DOUBLE FEATURE -'. Ftarke: a son Gregory Clark, Jan. Eipht-year-old Maria Moore i I kids and Gerrv Gibson celebrated urged to attend.
3 Bid; DAYSDESTRY !110. I H
to make j *
found! it was s a snap his 16'.h birthday Saturday : : ,

I|I Mr. and Mrs. Otto Siemer of a t'akeith the miniature cako'I I : OES To MeetThe Zsits EUHOp

IX TECIIXKXLO.U Starke. a daughter Rebecca Me- mix set she got for Christmas Sorry to hear that Jean and :,- CAM GO TOR .
Jan. 10. I to a big cake of the I I Il&
linda that sh decided try regular meeting OWTH3WrtWDRINWNGWAItJ .
With Audie !Murphy and !Marl I Connie Clark will be leaving us I
BlanrhardAND Mr. and Mrs. Alee Pope, of' with the standard size cake mix I next week they are movingto Order of the Eastern Star w" ,, ? '

i Waldo a daughter Linda Kay,, and it turned out to be such a Muncie, Ind. where both will be held Monday, Jan. 16 at 8 Sizes 28-t 12
she took it to school the Masonic: Hall /
Jan. 9. success that enter the Ball state Teacher's o'clock in '

SUSPICIONWith I, and treated her 3rd grade classmates College Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Obligation night will be observed / 5'I,.

on Monday was sorry All members are urged to at-
Cnry Grant .t Joan Fontaine; Samson have moved from the 1.feJ 'I'l16

Fins! Color Cartoon for Children I to hear that Mrs. B. J. Bowden Conev Island Apts. to one of tend. I II II II II Ii Ij It ; .:-1 \ A

Arthritis tripped and fell while cleaning Pearl Saul's cottages the R.

Wed Thurs. Jan. 18. 19 the Presbyterian!: Church last Friday H. Buttricks have moved from kPE\

DOUBLE FEATURE Rheumatism II afternoon and broke her pelvis I the Hartmann Apts. to the Red- 1 \ .FALLf ,

bone also sorry to hear -
grave Apt. on S. Water St. and
KISS OF FIRE Dobbs) Starling has
SinusitisFlu : that Eloise ( the W. D. Hodges have moved !

IX TEC1IXICOLORWiUi been confined in Doctor's hospital from the Demorest rental to the

Jack 1'alance & Barbara and I __ OPiTnenaro rental on Thompson \I

Kush I ,_!>. ... 1Ua St. I

AND I Clothes Understand there'll be big do- i t BK: AWAREWe can help you
Neuritis Wash Your
I i problem: TILL ON .
with that pift-ghing
Three Coins In The in's at Hampton City Hall tonight I

Are just a few of the dla..t'i I (Friday) with a gala fashion i I Crone in the BULUNGTONSTL'llO

Fountain that respond to Chiropractic I 9 Pounds show for the March of Dimes (C ;:d\; ;1Y.&) I I : AND GIFT SHOP With Plenty Of

Durling and her help- find
iv TECIISICOI.OR rare and steam baths. Betty ( look around. You'll jast
\ \\IIV
For 40c! t I
ers have certainly worked hardon want at price within -
Webb and Dorothy.McGulre what a
With Clifton you
The stean* baths remote thf I ths! and promise an entertaining &( Q1l itcr
builsc-t. Slay we help
Pltn Color Cartoon for Children poisons from the system thru FREE Bleach If Desired! evening! for all Hope to jour Good Values
perspiration. The ChiropracticadjustmenU I 6 see you there )oU

remove nerve I .
Fri Sat. Jan. 20. 21 thui permitting each pressure or- II I We Will Carolyn See The New LeftNew

gan to function normal). I
Your Clothes High School PTA \ Hallmark Valentines
THE RAIDERS ;, Dry : Opening and Closing Hours-Open Until 6:30:
IV TECIIXICOI.OU I, For 20cIn When You Care Enough Friday; Open Until 6:30 Saturday I5ej'inninjj Wednesday -

With KU-hard Conto and VhecaUndfois Now Appointment j will iloe at 12:00 Each Wednes-
Feb. 1
Bradford Hich School PTA To Send The Very Rest! we
New Automatic Driers! will moot Ttwsdav Jan. 17 T' "I 1 can't Kit a woman1"! I da>' and remain open all day Thursday.:
.A\n-: ,
7':"n p m in the F!!!'hhM

THEVINDOV o I *ir-Vv fir W. L. Whit"hurFt :?: ->', ,

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Pq'chtrst: with the PMf.tal '\''-: -
F.---. With lUrharu 11:iV and Hobby TheYasheteria\ p STUDIO AND ( IFT SHOP ROBBINS'"TilE
' Drisc.illPlus CLINICS \ f : Heilth.! florida :?: ',

: Serial (h.iptcr: fiPlus r-'a'-d: rf Health Jacksrw!: I '-
mod Xorth of Post OfficeIn : STORE OF VALUES'BRADFOIm
Cartoon for Children Il'mple'f\. Stark* :: w:1: neak on "The Problems > 7 ._

Starke ''G*<- \-v.-s: Vp" All members an 'L_ _=. --'- :' :-= :::-: ,,
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-- .. fiit :_ :.. i urged to attend. 1. --p -

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P 61 ---- Mrs E. D. Teniy left Tuesday i I h*> c:K, k. 'if. the Cir< nit f iirt! on "r .' \.l' |t\ ",I \ ,"1.'. .I'-wr", I -- -
i"Id. I'M! 1 : ila) if )0'.1 t I' : I I' Ui'\ 11- "t.1. I'?Hip', ': !!! "? '!L.
f'.r Fort Walton Beach to conescl' '! llieivtl- the aU-r-atll! 'I.- il ,,..u'f"I' I 1-I.JnLif" a'1' n.. \, 1I"! ii'i-!'! \ '
\';&! from her illness at the I'I,'"Illpialnt! Kill be .."en an uinfrBSird hid.hf.h"h'! : .tihi, !:t.s. I-[ .s'.rhi! .
I liy f'1! r.d '. and to fiU! the or.pinal .n
you i iI
home of her brother and sister- I This notice shall be published the office of the 'lerk of Cm HIT I f& IA IJ
m-law. Rev. and Mrs. Hugh Wal'"nce each week for four cunoecun ; Court all on or before the 14 day Q) .
| \" week In the Bradford Coui-it : r.f February 1I! .">6. otherwise the allegations ijf "P.IJfIJjJlJff ,
ttLl ters. She expects to be there for(Telegraph of said complaint will It } } I
about ten days. Dated this 5 day of January, 1J56. I tal'11 as nfeed by yuU. ..
:; Ot..Il.IA. "$:-,,..., L..<1I.C9 ... U.. u. { This. notice shall be publi..ho.l
Mrs. Titus Olson Mrs. Henry Clerk ut 'he Circuit Court on.' eat'heek for four consetutrs'we. *
IN THE NEWS ['By Marian L. Crosby. Dei-"v rtI. ks in the Eradford County Teh
Godwin and Mrs. C. Williams I
D. graph. a duly qualified ..
1 13 4t %(3 '
attended the District officer's I II in said County. c... ., .. -_ -. 0
.. Ordered and Issued this 10 day of ., ". .'
'ID The (Irralt Court f Bradford :; -. j
the Methodist WSCSat .
J.P. Stevens Jr. of Jacksonville 1: Mrs Herbert Green and Mrs I Ii meeting the First of Methodist Church Bernard fount('a.e Emanuel'Florida u. lU-lX'.V, et In ux Chancery, Plaintiffs.. I January.(OFFICIAL f harlea 195.\5-KAL Darby) ,f r ,: ,' : ,. riD11 [!)(jfJf/J jJfJ

spent the weekend with his J. H. Fields were in Jacksonville Gainesville, on Tuesday. Plans is George: W. Cult, et al. Defend Cliin; of th,' ''d.. u.t Curt oflr.uifnrd _
brother-in-law and sister Mr. and i Monday afternoon visiting Mrs were made for the annual District -! antI I IOrder : "unlv Florida.I.131t .' -
I of rnblli-ation and Notice to
Mrs Ned Yancey. j Charles Fields and baby son and meeting to be held March .\nprar Ike Mute of Florida Tot '
Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr. leaves j i Mrs. Robert Tanner Jr. and baby 8 in Ocala. I GlorgeV.. r<,ile, Jacob Johns z- --'- _.- ---' 1' A&P's Sliced Hawaiian
Mary C. A. John, John Darby PM Fancy
today for an extended visit with' son. in St. Vincent's Hospital. Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonville Darby Henry :M Hoer'e, Ja "b *
her son-in-law and daughter, Mjr. Mrs. A. B. Walker of Savannah, is spending this week with, C. Hruwn of ,each If alive of whom, the ,pla is unknown.and < uf ridence. '. COLONIALFLORIST 24-oz Can C

and Mrs. J. A. Scanlan at West I Ga. spent a few days last week her brother-in-law and sister. Dr. if dead their to the unknown PINEAPPLE E 31

Hill Farms station, Warrington, with her sister Mrs. Ewell Law- and Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mr. ; heirs other, devisees persons granters claiming creditorsand any interest j

Va. I son and family. and Mrs. M.V.. Brantley: l in lands or to b 'the. through hereinafter under described or- h
Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr. returned Mrs. W. J. Dodd Jr. returned I } and
I I and son, Charles of New Smyrna against each such deceased to
home Saturday after spending I home Saturday from the Baptist Beach were visiting Mr. and all persons in the haying following or claiming describedlande anyInterest IONATOMATOES

several weeks in Orlando with her I' Hospital in Jacksonville last I Mrs. C. R. Tillman on Saturday. I, situate In Bradford County I
mother Mrs. J. B. Spencer, who she underwent: an operation II I,Florida to-wit: I I IIteKinnlng PHONE 218 s.f
:Mrs. Charley Johns and son. at the intersection of' Cans C
recently underwent an operation.Mrs. .| week. the North line of Call Street with 1303 11
Jerome, are going through the the West line of Cherry Street in t AtP!
Spencer: accompanied her Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle visit re a
Ostchner Clinic in New Orleans the City of Starke "Florida I ( )
daughter here for several weeks I' ed Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Geiger In thence run Westerly along the ;I ( ,
Sunday. this week. North line of Call Street for a I
convalescence.Mrs. i, Green Cove Springs on
distance of 55 feet thence run
George Flynn Sr. returns Mrs Dessa Smith of Kalamazoo Starke friends who attendedthe Northerly: and parallel to Cherry FLOWERSFor 1 WALKERS AU
Mildred distance of 40 : tex 1501.IO
wedding of Miss Street for a feet
IIhln..e |
home today after a week's visitin Mich. is spending the remainder -
and parallel'
Tampa with the junior Flynns. Of the winter with Mrs. Ayers and Benjamin Graham All- to Call,run Street for a distance of I All Occasions I A Tender Cut CHILI with/ BEANS 25'
good last Friday evening at the 22 feet theme run Northerly andJlarall..1 i
Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Gainesville Marion Howe. to Cherry Street for a
left First Presbyterian Church. distance of 25 feet thence runEasterly DISH GARDENS STRINGBEANS
and Mrs. I. E. Clark %
spent Sunday and Monday with Mr. Gainesville were: Rev. and Mrs. and parallel to Call :, GOLD :MEDAL\ Plain or Self-I;iing
Mr. and Mrs. LPX Green and Mr. i Tuesday for Stapleton Ala. for a Street for a distance of 33 fret to
W. S. McAliley Miss Louise the West line of Cherry Street, POTTED PLANTS 5-lb 25-lb
with her parents FLOUR
49c $2.15
and Mrs. C. J. Harris and famil- week's visit theme along the
run Southerly
I Stern. Miss Frances Caldwell.
ies. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Mahathy.Call West line of Cherrj' Street for adlstanee POTTERY E S
demonstration Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf of 65>- fret to the point
233 for home YELLOW C'LING Halves or Sliced,
E. D. Tenly of Starke and Mr. of liegfnnlng.: i
Jr. Mrs. F. J. Pellum
and Mrs. C. H. Walters of Jacksonville of new Setting'laehiner. and I You arc hereby notified that a'' Flowers WiredAnywhere "
'. children. xiiit has been filed against you in PEACHES No / can 29c
attended the funeral of Shepherd's JUilio: & the ahonall..d ,Court and eausewherein Mb Can
Mr. and Mrs R. B. Alvarez Mrs. T. J. Griffin, who under- the relief .sought 1 iv to e stabll.sh 1 OC
Mrs. Mrs. J. Fitzgerald
Tenly's aunt '
Haven over the went a minor operation in St. iitlet| and r1< nfirm plaintiffs. FRANCO AMERICAN Fpaghett & 15-oz Can-
In Rochelle Ga. Sunday visited in Winter I tit;10, to said Lind.a- a ( < ilmpl.trlt ) '
Vincent's Hospital last week IF ) i'd t"p i LI..j 1 df "'. 'rd \ "uradvt
afternoon.Mrs weekend.Mr. I .' ) d "lIf"\ I Nona St. Starke MEAT' BALLS 2 lor
I 'i> i rn"- .u ? ]I" i 43c
Jr. convalescing at the home of her' ,. .
L. D. Green and Mrs. Hen and Mrs. W. Page enjoin 'V"II ii i' ut. i i iI
and son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and I i
rietta Hunt spent Sunday to Tuesday and daughter of Lake City pear" 11 11I I A&P FRUIT
Plant City I Mrs. C. C. Mendoza in Jackson- I
visiting! Mr. and Mrs. Billy I Mrs. S. S- Johnson of --
Clark in Lceshurg and Mr. and were recent guests of Mrs. W I. ville for a few weeks. !I _____n.-. ___ _, ._ ,-4----" -.._ofF'j; :.-. .":-. ANN PAGE Delicious! COCKTAIL No 303 can 23c

Mrs. D. J. Clark in Tampa.WAAAAWV4WAIUA1AI. H Struth and Miss Kate Struth Mrs. J. E. Hardy and children -
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis and visited her mother, Mrs. O. W sew tE tt TOMATO1012oCans JIM DANDY Enriched

Mr.family and were Mrs.in John Archer Mixon Sunday and Barry in Brooker On Sunday. ; 11 0 t! QUICK GRITS 24-oz pkg 1c

Anderson p
I visiting Miss Mamie Christian ChurchRev. n S SOU
I and Mrs. P. E. Stone. J. E. Sherwood, pastor Dedicated To Community Service ,
i Mr. and Mrs. Billy Noegel and .Mntl-.. Are Better Than Exer" MILK W4-oz ctn 23'
I family visited St. Augustine on Sunday 9:45 Bible School Classes I : !

Sunday.Mr.: for all ages. Lavon Andrews. 1 lit[ you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad.
I and Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby Supt. Morning Worship 11 a. m. ad out and present it t to Roe Office for FREE Tl'KFT< For
I, Jr. and children visited Mr. Evening worship 7 p. m. Christian I."t 4 35C A & P COFFEEPRICES

I j and Mrs. Bob Drake in Keystone Endeaver 6 p. m. SAT.. JAN 11 ONLY= Sun.. Mon and Tues. i
j Heights last Sunday. Bible Study and Prayer Meeting : DOUBLE FEATURE January 15, 16. 11
1 1 Mrs. J. B. Drennan of Colum- 7:30: Wednesday.. Choir prac- REDUCED
I bia, S. C. is spending a month tice Thursday 7:30. First and Action I <*"*" MAN HEFLIN .

I with her soninIaand daughter Second Tuesday Ladies Council h SUNSWEET Fancy

"By having dinner at the Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crow- 7:30. A RED CIRCLE
Guidon Grill I'm learning your IB Circuit Court nra.lfnrd CountyFlnrMnt
favorite dihhes! son.Mr.. and Mrs. John McDowellof I I- *'knifrrfJames -/bSoggSc/ 3-lb/ Bag $2.43
guests Tues- G. Eddy. Jr. Plaintiff I
Your best girl Jacksonville were Mary E. Eddy Defendant.Case .
aunt, Mrs. Carrie No. 10-1343 I J. '" JI
will think you're fine day of their \,,.1.** T.. .pwPp. :.,, IlaI J I E
If you bring her Ward. To: Mary E Eddy whose residence I Vigorous Winey
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy and address Is: Unknown.
here to dine. You are bomby notified tact a I I. GNnt SCOPE 1-lb 3-lb/
spent the weekend visiting Mrs. n" 'no N i Bag SSe Bag $2.49
Bot C
Louie Belle Parks and son at Divorce. In the I j,I \ t..h ram Qt 31
ha been filed against you
GUIDON GRILLGeorge West.Boynton Beach and also at Key thnvp.ou are named required Court to pi and>rv.cau"a ropy an"of Santa p Fe '; Plus! "Crowing Pail1 CartoonPassage A & P COFFEE 'l-Ib Can 89c

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McRae and male your*answer IT .,,or_ pleading Pla|lw.ur.to the M...>com-r..., I i
Kopelousos, Owner family have returned to their I J. Donald <;itnn.Florida. 100,Smith Bldg., 1' V. V. HAZEN

Starke, Fla. home in Hope Valley R. I. after and Jacksonville file the TICI, ai. i. ttie office .if 1 __, DETERGENTSAIL

VTyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvyt three weeks visit with Mr. and I TRTICOWEfyCeu.f.d l Wed., Thurs. and Friday SPECIAL- Swift's Premium

Mrs.:Mrs.Russell friends H. L.McRae.Shambach and relatives is visiting in FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S JOHHPAYHEfWTH BOO I J January 18, 19, 20 S I L PORK Half Western or Whole

Schnectady, N. Y. for two weeks. '

While away her son. Bob, la JUST ONEFRIGIDAIRE _OOMERGUE__,,__ _, _- CAMERON.,_ ,: F ', NO itACI ; Giant Size 49C Lb"SuperRight"

Mr.staying and with Mrs.his Bill uncle McRae.and aunt.Mrs.I I Made only by General AND ...'," .. TO EXCEPT HIDE l .1ql L 0 I INS S 33C

r i Mrs. O. B. Dukes and |; IN HER ARMS| !
i Motors Corp. All other I
: Mlle Driggers of Lake Butler I Vegetable SHORTENING
Electric Refrigerators are r
1 I were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. HttBtRUWaRAYMULAND........ I
I Western
made by other companies Hard Corn Fed

Kelly Mr. last and Friday.Mrs. Carl! Mathewswere and cannot use tht} word CRISCO I S Center Cut EXTRA LEAN
over at Atlantic Beach Mrs.last Fricidaire. a''Wkt I Lb
Sunday visiting Mr. and tUo1te, PORK CHOPS 49C

Virgil Mathews. Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE e { I! mecougf Lb Can
Call 239 for home demonstration 3 SSC
Cwtblwl lu. -J *-.
of new Sewing :Machines.Shepherd's : 7 ? 9 mew a noacm MvvMlKPOUC

Someone, maybe YOU Mrs. W. Radio B. Parks'&: T\has'. returned THEN SEE M1IAGIEN j -- -. .. -'- "Super-Right" Top Prem. Quality Fancy

must Pay! Atlanta, Ga., where she I Cracker Jack Candies Thin' Sliced BREAKFAST
4 ;; I'lus "Rlppling Komance" Cartoon
E. H. SMITHTenth I :
spent the holidays with her son- Plus "Spooking Broque" plus Lb Pkg
WHEN two cars collide, the in-law and daughter Mr. and I' Chapter 11 Serial. COMING: SOOX BACON 39C
financial headaches can landon Mrs. Dameron Black. and Temple Are
you even though you're not Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carswell will MRS. D. W. MOORE j Artists and Models

in the wrong! be at their home (Avery Inn) I Starke Fla. ForBIRDSEYE

this month. They spent the holi- '. :_:._h _-, -' __ ,:.1. :_' : c _-,,- ',. .' __ _'_ .. __" : ,{" ::6'I 4 I 19C -Super-Right" Fresh Pure Pork
That's the hard way to find davs in Atlanta with Mrs. Cars- or MILD

out that accidents cost a lot well's sister. Mrs. Erline Bussey.
more than auto insurance. James Stewart of the University I BAG SAUSAGE
of Tampa and Mr. and Mrs.! FROZEN
Take Houte 1 to security. See L. C. Stewart and son Mike of I] r A/'lI JANUARY

this Agency:: for strong insure West Palm Beach have returned i, 1-lb Bag 2-tb
ance protection now! to their homes after spending the i L&JLL STRA'BERRIES! 25C Bag 49C
past two weeks with their mother i I

Mrs. E. I.. Stewart and sis- | I
i iMiss I I Ili '70-oz
Stewart. Cans
ter. Miss Doris JfflC
H. C. \tiVallAe11cyPhone Loretta Kelly has returned III 2
to her position with the FRI ; li WHITE! GOODS I I II &J jJ
D. C. after spending JANE PARKER
in Washington liiil -
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two weeks with her mother Bag FRUIT
200 E. Call Street Mrs. Ann Kelly: and family.Mr. : ;;
and Mrs. E. L. Matthewsand
Starke Fla. daughters visited the Jack II I III CARROTS i 2-1 b 4.35 3-tt <) .65

noon.sonville Zoo last Sunday after-I II There is a reason more women buy more Cannon and Dan River i I i I I

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CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY | ful visit in beautiful, blooding

By Ozora,J. Shell I IYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY' Starke.Home |I I IAt I J\)' :\Ir... Anrel Nomun !

ryYyyYYYYYYYYyyy..Y..... ,Deacon and Mrs. Matthew Me-'I,! " " ', i I

A New Year A New Start elude the "Four Hots": Hot Dogs I Neil have moved back to Starke Rev. and Mrs. S. F. Beard enJoyed -, I Polio

The Young Women Social Saving -j Hot Fish. Hot Coffee and Hot I from Jacksonville. They were a visit from their son,
Chocolate. I both outstanding members at Day
Club recently reorganized and I Spencer Beard, of Tampa the
1956 be a banner PTA .t Hobby Club Chlt-Cbat Spring Baptist Church Rev. C. first of the week. I
expects to year. '
I RJE PTA met Wednesday, Jao. I, H. Weaver pastor. They are very i I
They will hold meetings twice Mr. and Mrs. M. Beach of Jacksonville
to be back here to live. Their
Dellj glad i
each month. The following of- 4, with Chaplain Damon I and Archie Carmichael of M
home has
been completedin
presiding due to the illness of I lovely
ficers elected Ethel the of Florida
were : Young University were
Pleasant City and they are at f
president; Bernice Morris, vice- President Sophia Royal The new 1 You. weekend guests of Mrs. Delores
to their friends.
Marshall, business included the making of j home many Carmichael.Mr. ISN'T
president; Pauline cor- pledges by several members to are cordially invited to drop in.. LICKED YET '
Rosa Williams (
responding secretary; .
at any time as the welcome matis and Mrs. Morris Johns and
help off the balance on the
financial WU-
secretary; the outside. family of Jacksonville were Sun-
helmena Brooks, treasurer and school piano. The next PTA project on IIjijIj
; day guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. ;
will be the purchasing of a Church News
Alma Jenkins, chaplain. The next C. Johns.
will be Monday, Jan. 16, curtain for the stage of the cafe- j Greater Antioch Missionary
meeting Mrs. Florence Johnson left for Ij
the !I|Baptist Church, Rev Alphonso
in torium. This is Just one of
at the home of Alma Jenkins
many needs of the school before I i Jenkins pastor, will hold regular Tampa Tuesday of last week I'
pleasant City.Basketball the spring and dedication of the service Sunday starting with. after spending the holidays with POLIO ISNT LICKED YET. This theme of the 1956 n n. II

Highlights new building according' to Princi- I i. Sunday School at 9:30: a. m. All Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Norman.

The RJE Tigers and Tigerettes pal E. Thompklns. Rev. and Mrs. membTs and friends are invitedto Glad to see Mr. and Mrs. Bob- March of Dimes seeks to drive home the fact that the r(0tUJ Im

played their first game in Lake R. J. Washington inspirational -I attend. I by Crews and baby back in these

City and dropped both games to I talks to the gave group and | Grea.er Allen Chapel A.M.E.I parts. They have been in Cuba fight against polio must continue unabated even ta. lie

the Richardson High school PTA. Church, Rev. R. J. Washington for the past several months,where
j I their support to
teams. This was not a catastrophe pledged I though a March of Dimes vaccine has been developed, 'lU
The program chairman Mae B. pastor held services all day Sun-I Bobby was in service. rr f, ,. n ,

because conference.they On are last not Friday in the Scott, will present the following''I day starting with Sunday Schoolat Misses Barbara and Wanda tested and administered to several million children. IJ.MAJV\XJ\ #

same program on Feb. 1; Female Trio, 10 a. m. The school welcomed 'I Norman, Sandra Carmichael, Con-
night, however, it was a different Bertia Robinson, Raynell and I back Supt. Williams who was on nie Clemqns, Keith Reddish, and CAN'T HELP
at home when they openedthe I I HER
story Ruby Albert; Reading, Mae B. : an extended holiday visited with I Mr. and Mrs. Russell Redding .
conference season with High! Laura relatives in Marianna, due to attended Sanderson
Scott; Solo. Mother WhU-1 a sing near
Springs and won a twin bill. Both I more; Inspirational Short Talk, two deaths. The Sunday School I! Sunday afternoon. POLIO ISNT LICKED YET. Why? Because we
games were thrilling from start the bereaved -
and Sister N. L. Washington. Familiesi *v ended symnathv to The Heiltronn: 4-H Club met cannot forget the polio victims of yesterday, today
In prick On<' rh'''i rob Jones 3 Rev. A. Vin- I
i still being asked to pay $1 family. At p.m. I I .
referees. On are i last Friday and Miss Ross brought
Acosta served
Bob as i 1 this' year on the piano as soon as i( sv find congregation visited thechurch : cake for the girls to sample. : and, yes, tomorrow Because vital March of Dimes .
Monday night' Jan 9. the Tiserfttes -
I s
: and left donation Of $25
will be a
brought victory from Hastings 9 to- possible.!sold at each Refreshments game to help in this i to help Sister Irene Thomas, one |' They : elected President the Charlene following: Cow-officers :' i research must continue Because the training of -
by winning their game toi in the rally for I
39. The Tigers: were not so fortunate drive. Volunteers are needed of the month.captains At 7:30: m. Rev. ,: art; Vice President, Sandra Eo- I II desperately needed medical and scientific people must > "
wishing to next p. I
help sell. Persons lano Nettie Sweat
los'n' by a score of 18 to !i ; Secretary ; ;
47 on Wednesday both teams ,: help are asked to contact the, Crum and members of Calvary: I I Song Leaders, Virginia Eaves and ,: go on until polio is REALLY licked.
'' visited thechurch and left a I I
SchoolIn rws'dpnt at onre. Sophia Royal I I Linda Norman; Reporter Helen
will meet Lincoln High 'President; Pauline: Marshall. sec-j contribution of $10 for Sister Bass! ,, $ A,
< King.
7:30:: Reward
Gainesville at m.
p. : I
I 1 retnry; Frances Jenkins, reporter. who is also a captain in the rally ;
ourself by following: the 1 Hampton Training' School will ': fn. F"*> Mi<>*''. On the fifth Sunday :

Tigers an,] rerettes to victory hold regular PTA on Tuesday.: night the Missionary Societywill ,i, with Miss B. T. Mack: in charge. i 1
On Monday Jan. 16, both teams I I
Auarustme ..Tii 17. President Jones and present Ozora hell in concert | Morning Worship 11 a. m. Afternoon j
will journey to St. : Principal Tavlor will be on hind rpci'a1. She will sing, play service, 3 p. m. with the ,
where thev will wept the MU TIV ''
are'skpd and render dramatic readings, admission Christian Union in charge, and !
to receive you. All patrons: : ,
Bulldoys. Coach Malcolm I Did know that
High < to be present! ns some veryi| free. A silver offering; sermon by Rev. Burgman: pastor i j II! you ,,' t
Jones scouted the teams very
i Imnortant business must be transi will be taken according to ana"nouncement : of Mt. Nero Baptist Church.Mmip I !I T
(carefully and it out for a victory. .: from the chairman I
The next game: at home will be i|i noted.Personal. I Fiftieth Givens. Regular pis-: Pupil To Meet I I More than $8,847.19 was spent on the
Wednesday Jan. 18. when the Mentions j All music pupils of Supervisor I
Timers and mates will play Dun- .1! Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Carter and i iI Pun torial av services and the will pastor be is held asking or. Ozora Shell are asked to meet I care and treatment of Polio patients in 1

br T'iffh rfcnol! of Green Cove I children visited relatives and at the home Of Laura Whitmore '
Bradford last ?
I n ipo sera tq pee their members County year I
(I .
Springs.! Don't miss this game I' friends in Starke during the holi and that the members please diso at 3 p. m. Friday, Jan. 13. for ] ""'.' ,.......:-. :.:. . ', i
an important meeting. If we can "
be refreshments on
There will
reside in Fort I IJ the. f fi
days. They now I <>>< - t"r full duty for j
sale by the PTA, which will In- 'i get a telephone you may get a ;
J Lauderdale. The son of Rev. and church. Missionary meeting Sun- (
I Mrs. R. J. Washington is also day at Allen Chapel 5 to 6 p.m. : call from Bert Parks on "Stop'|I i iI That because of this large expenditureyour I
I I I the M'isic" Mr. Bishop says we
I visiting from Fort Lauderdale.i iI II Pleasant Grove ME'thodlsI W
PEST CONTROL are still on the top of the list. local chapter is over $10,000.00 I II!
I Deacon and Mrs. Andrew Allen of Church. Rev. D. W. Demps pas .
:' 1 1Vr' > h"ne the cable will be setup i '
j Jacksonville spent the holidays tor, will hold services on Sundiv: in debt? 'i
during 1956 so that the workman I
TERMITESALL i in Starke with family and friends.I The church has been organizedfor ,: I
TYPES! OF I can reach the top. <; Your March of Dimes funds are providing the care she needs. For ''I
Rev. and Mrs. A. T. DIxon of the year and all captains and
'GROVE SPRAYING j Philadelphia. Pa. were weekend group leaders are asked to start she is one of the tens of thousands of polio victims"born too soon"1'1 1'1'I

i guests of Mrs. Sophia Royal. off with a bang. Sunday School TRACTOR HARROWING That 15 Polio patients received treatment before the epic polio vaccine: Today, March of Dimes fund which 'I

Florida Pest Control Rev. Dixon is the able pastor of morning and evening worship will Double or Single Disc developed and tested the vaccine are financing research to Improve it I I

& Chemical Co. 10th Memorial Baptist Church In be held at the usual hour. Music Plowing and other Tractor in Bradford County last year? But there still are polio victims who need help.And there will be tens '

Phone Franklin 6-6035 the "City of Brotherly Love." will be furnished by the choir Work by the Hour of thousands more stricken before the nation has its blanket of pro

Also visiting during the holidays: under the direction of Sister May- tection. March of Dimes plus the hearts and hands of polio fighters
24 N. w. letti Ave.
I was C. H. Royal of Philadelphia 'I, belle E. Roberts. OVID LEWIS everywhere must continue to provide our main bulwark against polio.
Gainesville Fla. i That dimes and dollars needed
and Sgt. Carl Royal of the Infantry Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church Rev. 680 W. Madison St. your are .'

Call for estimate Division at Fort Benning, i E. L. Walker pastor. Services for Phone 356-W j more than ever before to repay this y t/

Ga. Sgt. Royal has already vol I Jan. 15. Sunday School, 10 a. m. jI I jI chapter debt and continue ..) t" ......7;; 7 Ii
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I, HOW IT WAS USED /IN 1955..' YET" and who realize the importance of getting this \

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Invest in Dejxndabthi II i I The Suwannee Store !'.'I.I r I'

1 New Method Cleaners 1',1,

get Bonus in Go .RESEARCH ANDEDUCATION MEDICAL savic DEPT. Western Auto Associate Store I,:,,

2/ Wells Electric Service Ii"I"I,14Yz

You can buy it on its name aloneWaiting for the light to change, Now for the final test-head for %o > :
this big, high-powered '56 Pontiacyou can't hear the engine. But touch the open road and some landmarks 1L.i altris'/. Gib Brown's Service StationHerb's ;

and be safe in the knowledge that your toe to the accelerator and in a you can challenge. Wipe out a hilL PUBLIC lj I!

you couldn't have made a better split second there's a torrent of Straighten a curve. Smooth out a INfORMATIC( Drive In ::

investment in years of dependable, power,sparked by the most advanced stretch of rough road that's bothered I Yz I,

carefree moto! J1g. engine of them all-the blazing 227you for years. III

The good things you've been heMh.p.. Strata-Streak V-80 Now see why they're calling this The WasheteriaFaulkner
ing about Pontiac for years assure Team this terrific power plant the greatest "go" on wheels? DIMES

you that. with Pontiac's all-new Strato-Flight More than that-it's the greatest i I I 's Service StationHart 1'1

But "go" is the word for '56! Performance Hydra- btic. and you've got the buy on wheels! And that too, is easy I LI l That big dice of the dime represents the proportion of March of Dimes : Ii

so new and dramatic it smoothest take-off that ever brightto prove. i I :I funds spent in 1955 on aid to polio patients.An estimated $26,500,000 Furniture Company '.

must be experienced to be believed! ened a highway. Then take a look at the price tag- : I II' will be required in 1956 to ensure that 68,000 patients needing
I,,,! assistance at the turn of the year are not let down and that thousands I :
A short spell behind the wheel will And n-memlll'r-this easy hana check on our deal. I I;:,'.1, .more- destined' to get polio will be assured help toward recovery. B. T. Thomas Lumber Company I i'' ,

nail that statement down as a fact. dling dream is actually among the Nothing will stop this powerful !, I -

Come along for a drive and Sl'l>. biggest, huskiest cars built! beauty from being yours! : I
*.4n tztra- I Florida Power & Light Company Drug Store

lull You can actually fare/ a big, glamorous Pontiac 860 for less nW11T AY I ;III:,/ H. C. Wall Agency Andrews Motor Company i,.

tlan you would pay for ;41liodcls! of the! luu'-i'riccd thrci! I I2jJ I,I '

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"I'S"look ,"ul' e\fii thin cold! ] hv1.. : .:: ui L ', ...>: ) i'. .
It is nit pleasant to treat hogstns. 16 4t 127

.:' cold mornings but we can't :.NOTICI:-TO AITEIK i' ',1
d [p jri>&b't the temperature even a In Or CM it iiurl.. II rail ford County, )

I 2W! f.-..- days ahead. Monday morning i :Martha riiiriila Jane: In OsN('hanl'>rne.''').Plaintiff vs.i, ',II,
t'..1-\ tud interesting! but the because job was of mad tho i imore ;;1 George Nvllrr To Walter Appear C bi-rnp.Case Xo.E'- ,10-JJJS' '1'9.1'1'; 1I \.Ii BANK at STARKE

quality of the stock.A j| To- George Walter Osborne, II.
: whose residence and address, is: i iI
herd of mixed grade at the Sutler Hotel San Francisco, Cali- '
Troy Bennett farm in Heilbronn I fornia. suitfor
1 Y 'You are hereby notified that a
4 M+ community was the first cold divorce care custody and control STATEMENT OF CONDITION

By Ceo. T. llujjgins stop. Mr! Bennett's son, Gary: was has; been of minor filed children against you in the '
; +' County AK int the main catcher and did a good I above named Court and cause and

s: l +fh Agricultural Extension Service job. Mrs. Bennett stood by shivering you are required to serve a copy ofI I December 31 1955
your answer or pleading to the I .
and supervising. complaint on the Plaintiff. Attorney
\ Running start Into 1936 ly needs the more farm income !i Next stop was with A. C. .I Samuel ,\ Getzen P. O. Pox Si I Condensed from
Gainesville Florida, Report} to Comptroller
you do here are a few sug- I' J3 left for other things. Do you ; Pearce at Lawtey. Mr. Pearce has: and file the original in the office 'I II ,,

tons for vour consideration. :. produce vegetables the year ; three O.I.C. sows and a male. AU I of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I
or before the 23 of
day January I
} them over and resolve to round for the family I purebred and good as you can 1956; otherwise the allegation of
more. \Vonn-Frw LUe>tm-k said Complaint will be taken a' : .
jt one or I find in that bieed. He takes pride confessed by you. I RESOURCESLoans

Build Soil Fertility. Fertile Cattle and hogs have a hard ; in his good hogs. This notice shall be published I

u the basis for efficient pro- enough time surviving during this' U. J. :Norman back in the once weeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele- i'
and discounts
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ton. Have soil tests made; to ,, winter without having to fight' Ht. :bronn community doesn't graph. I| t25,2632Banking J J '

specific soil needs. Limes :: worms. Market prices are causingyou boast: registered duroc stock but I\l19.Official;Dated this 16 day of December. {I, House Furniture and Fixtures 13.56218 'I'I

may be one of your greatest to dO a little cutting in your his pigs are always mighty good ( Seal) Charles A. Darby ;
i I I Clerk of the Circuit Court ]:
City needs. feeding program. for our average farm: conditions. I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk '
Use good seeds of varieties Livestock heavily infested with : They are the type pigs that live! I 12/23411/131(!I II 'I Prepaid Expenses 51...!:! ,

-ted t" Florida Conditions. j i: worms show the results of such and grow well and look good in \tt71tI:-:;;-AI'PRtR I Other Resources 498.202.556.25S.U7!

Improve Livestock. High- infestation more quickly duringthe I the market pen.O1'I'C I In < Irrult Puurl. Ilrndfurd County I

Sty livestock can increase re- winter. Even now it will pay I Mary Florida W.! In iMiu'hard.(Chnm-rr p'ialntlff.5.. '. Accrued Interest and t .

is from good quality feed andge you to rid your stock of such I Lurim K.: Bouchard Defendant. Income Receivable 17,121.55 ;
Case :No. 10-1310. i
crops. It isn't good busi- parasites. Phenothiazine is tlw % TO ItIDn1H4 I lodes! T. Apprnrt I ,
| to keep poor stock on good remedy for cattle. Phenothiazine I Proposals will be received by the To: Lucien 1':. Dourhard whose !I I U. S. Government Securities 2.052,194.93;
I City of Clarke, Florida, until 5.00 I reMdt-nre and address I.: Unknown I
t II or sodium flouride is the remedyfor I'.M. (Eastern Standard Time) Jan- You are hereby notified that a |
I hogs. Check with your feed I uarv nth. 195S for ONE:. (H>> 25,009 i; suit for divorce i I II Florida County and Municipal Bonds 247,106.60 iI i
Good Labor. It is ant '
use of
OAl.LO.N FUEL OIL STORAGE (has been filed against you In theabove I .
: dealer or with us for information i TANK:. for the Tower 1'lant as llstfd. named Court "
that can bring about heavy and cause and 'I I ,Cash on Hand and Due From Banks 239,835.17LIABILITIES : '
; if need to. and described In these ejiecifica- you are required to serve a copy of _
needed changes
frnse. I II tlons. your answer or pleading to the i
inch the barn or home or field While on the parasite topic I IDon't Each bid shall be submitted in l-mplalnt i>n the Plaintiffs Attorney | -- 3,490,104 69'i' ;
duplicate and shall be addressed to Joseph K. Skipper 221 Florida \
nit that will save time andr I over-look lice on cattle or ,Carl John City Clerk City of I' Title Building Jacksonville 2 I'I '
Figure on need for a'' hogs. Lice are blood-suckers and !Starke. marked "ONK (1) 25,000 Florida, I I I
land original In the office )
pge or for additional machine- I can prevent good growth of your iTASK"[ :. and delivered through the the Clerk of the Circuit Court '
mall or otherwise, to the office of ur before the 0111.
from weather and keep up ne- stock. !.I i. :.
the City Clerk. City Hall. 23 day of January, 1956; .
lary repairs. I Farmers income Tax Guide :. All proposals hall be based on a otherwise the allegation of said I ''
point of delivery of equipment at Complaint will be
Keep Farm Records. Com- I \Ve still have about a dozen I the City of Starke, Florida.The by you. taken aa confessed !'| Capital Stock 50000.00 lilli';:;
:'f records are needed more copies of this bulletin. It might I II : City reserves the right to This notice shall be published '
I waive Informalities in any bid; to one each week for four consecutive I 'i'
fi .'ver :Make an inventory help you in making your returns. ', reject any or all bids in whole or ;,,'weeks In the BKADVOUD CUl'NTY I j Surplus 225,000.00 i!I1!
I In part with or without cause andor / TELEG itA 11l. i I.
t of machinery and livestock. Your copy is free for the asking. I "
to accept the bids that In Its hated this 21 day of December. ''II'
!.p record of crops grown and Stop in and get one. i iI i judgment will be for the best in- 1955. i iI' Undivided Profits 26,333.88 301.3: t8g ,

Fl. obtained.: Keep accurate I :MaKi: jour Request!> Now I!da.t.rst of the City of Starke Flori I'j I OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Dull j ': '
I Clerk of the Circuli C.inri
and .it expanses and receipts.p If planning on making City CommissionCity Marian L, Reserve for Contingencies i 'I'
I you are of Starke, Florida ,IDs Crosby, Deputy Clerk I i 75,351.; : ; < '

Ji ;HI 1 studying and mak- ,. materials to pasture establishingnew !; \OTICIK.. trrr.iit | ,: Reserve for Taxes, Interest, Etc. 30,330.00\ iI i i'

..'t tort in your farm busi- pastures this spring or planting !i I II.| Clrrnii Court. II rail turd Count), I:II I I II
.- j i summer legumes you will be In Clrrult. Court. Itr.iilforJ. Couuljr. i I rinriilas In Cham-rrr. I d.t.unr ; I Interest & Income Collected. Not Earned 26.21)!) I I7:
Kl rl4a; la Cbamrry.J'ik Italic .\rm !rong. Plaintiff Ii
fi .r ,! aiatwn' can be use- interested in checking with our Kirkland. Jr.. 1'ljintiff. V.M.Cur.l 1\! Kath.-nne Theresa Armstrong, II:IiI
l Yvonne Kirkland .Pefcndant.Ca.'O l--fendant. Case No. 10-im! I II I Deposits :3,062,792.11 .
u-i M', I MI; tax: returns, fur-I office before the 15h of this No. 10-U4T ,; :\lirr I'.. \P|'"r j _.
I '"I 1 :: at ion in case of month. You are entitled to your Order of Publication and \...ic-e toAppear. To: Katherine Theresa Armstrong; 'I Iv II I :?
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I Mate of Florida Tu: "i4..e r.--.di-nce and address
!. 'i\ lx h< !pful in bor- I share of assistance made possiblobv ; ('',il 1 Yxufin" Kirki.ntil.rtvlti Whl" :.4.1: Ji>n
., ,,,, .. I the .\gTIl uHllral Conservation n,r and ..uldr- I- : 45161! Maryland. 1t 1.1/
W '".n.l. San P < !''. I'alif"rnii. y..u ne hereby notified that a f
jn.nl live-at-home: Pr n, i'ni: I ti: M 1111> must come in Y'III ire re.rure.l, to appear on suit for divorce i l"
), i "i, :IIIOTO your f trill :anal ni 1L{,. y '11' re jiirst. Mrs.i F'.r'"l\! r. 1..1.. l" the ..il.i ...". lias tjtrtrll biro against: you In 'hal.ove I I'II I, I ::::= -.-........ ..... -...:'-.,........."" "" 'S "" ,"!ITTJrrr",11111/1//////
j d Cuiirt and wherein
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earned Court and III!
',., imi- ::. r Mi '. Wattfison, in the ,1.II iriff >, ,1..- diviiti-f. custody and i-ausii and "- 1l \ ct,4 ';J:
) i 'h thIngs your t< I i 'pp <> >ou are required to -rrvr a copy ol I'I' JfJf::, > lf n j
t'.1! .f minor child. \ ,,
your answer or pl..arlm10 the
Bradford: County Telegraph shall complaint on the Plaintiff's-/ ; ;Q6 bl J. dl ?!

puhlkh weekly Issues.this Order in next four ; Smith Attorney Building.Alfred Jacksonville C. Scott IOC 2.I .! "!I II .. -- -...;;: : \\ \ l fl/// / ;
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'al; |it at no Starke.my Florida this Jan. 4, I Florida I .. ..lv FEDERAL- \\\1 I//J : ,
I 1'.as.iOFFICIAL. and file the original In the officelof '
SEAL) the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor BzANK 7\ ;
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before the ": '
Charles A Parbr.As ::: -* '
HUNDREDSL I Clerk of said Court.Iv 23 day of January, 1956; - ::-I FLORIDA \.-. 1'i'i'l'
:Marian U Crosby, Deputy Clerk. otherwise the allegations of said : fJAT'9NAI.' A a
Martin J. Pearl. 104 Smith L-ulldine Complaint will be taken as confessed STARRED :: ;!
(Jacksonville Florida by you. = AT /ttDflp... I! ,'
of details are managed and economically J Attys. for 1'lf. 1/6 4t 17I : ;; This notice shall be publishedonce I j- --::::: """-- -. I I
each week for four consecutive. y J-- / ..... "
attended that only a trained and ,I NOTM'K TO APPrUH weeks In the Bradford County Tele I' .etoQ:.. '
careful organization can attend when liD rirrull Court. II mil ford County graph. I
Florida: !. Clmii<-rrT. Date this 51 Uy of Dec., 1955. !
the urgent need for serving is at I Frank U IJau"et. Plaintiff, vs. Eva I (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. barbs 'I I JiONE
:May audet.. Defendant. Clerk of the Circuit CnurII I II t
hand. I Case No. 10-1345 By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk =
Nn.lr. To Appear I 12/23 4t 1/13 =
I To: Eva May Daudet. whose residence
DeWITT C. JONES I and address is: Desert Hot
Springs California. ..
Phone 7 SUrke. Fla.Ambulance. You for are divorce hereby notified that a suit 5-MILE DRIVE WILL PROVE IT

has been filed against you In the
above named Court and cause and
Funeral Director Benin you are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading to the
Out focal funeral home n&blM to offer Ie complaint on the Plaintiff Attorney
tu cone >tee. anA
,, Lloyd Bass 302: Clark IMildlcff. Your is easier
ervicej not otherwise av&U&ble. Jacksonville Florida driving you
,land file the original in the officeof -
,.. .,. .. v. the Clerk of the Circuit mart on
lor before the 6 day of February

W. turnu& the highest! type eervic* 4t lowest pncea ...II \Iii56 said; Complaint otherwise will the be allegations taken as of

toe.pt ANY lire Insurance policy In force. lIned ov ..'" confessed by you.
I I This notice shall be published
company as payment In pan or in full on a ruUf'r-" .1 )once. each week for four consecutive THE BIG MI
Couultatlon carries no oDllgatlon I weeks graph. in the Hradford County Tele- feel saferin

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padded instrument panel, safety belts optional.
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I I rnr..n.rrntrat.a.aaan .1I aunt Mrs. Leona Edwards. i .
At The 1'ubernucle rraararraa.rrrrnvvr. 'IvJmeiai Hospital Gainesville. Mr. 'i anj Mrs. Martin Mosher of Penn-
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSby !! Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith and': ,i ind Mrs. Otto Hicks of Hampton''i sylvania.

Rev and Mrs. Dick Knox of I I Ii I LAffTEYIJv !: Smith family of of Baldwin}Marietta spent and Mrs.Saturday Alta; ill\\ 111 I I P TON ne grandparents.Mr. 'I i Mr. and Mrs. Paul Green "t t

bei Alary hay Schaetfer Phone Keystone 4127 : .
will and
Utlle Genesee. N. Y. i with the Mrs. Floyd Luckie. Belleville Ill. visited in Hampton
E. J. Raulerson lanai
wpecial guests at a musical serv-I I Mrs. Joyce T. KuUh ,i Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Parrish of By .Mrs. I). E. 11111au formerly of Gainesville, visited I \ith the Vernon glades last week

Tabernacle thi I It looks like the postholidaylull I do his share.Thursday ............. I j rends in and near Hampton Also visiting the Slades was Mrs
ce in the Gospel i ........ &&& Lake Butler spent the weekend .A.&.& && &auu..ua :
has come to a screechinghalt. : as everyone knows, I with the Monday. Mr. Luckie has just been''' Dan Hughes of Titusville.Mr. .
The is invited Summer family j
Saturday night. Something is happening eve is the big day (BIG DAY, that The Law ley Polio Committee Among those visiting the New'!' 'a..hiOD show Tonight I| discharged from the :Navy: and ,I and Mrs. Vernon Slado Jr

to hear this musical couple, : is) at the Clay Electric. This! will have a cake sale in the Gnf.13 I Starts March of Dimes i expects to locate in the Gainesville ] spent Sunday in Sanderson WIth
Zoo in Highland on Sunday were I
next week. On Monday,,
both in vocal and instrumental ry diy I correspondent is looking fore- building next to the post of- I Earl Prevail and children, Mrs. ) Tonight's fashion show at I area. j Mrs. Blade's parents Mr ant

numbers followed by a Gospel the PTA Board will meet at the ward to that day, if it is like it fice on Saturday, Jan. H, start- Edwin Starling and children, and : Hampton City Hall leads off the I Mrs. Mamie Meade of Hampton ;, :Mrs W. A. Monds.
visitedthe school house after school. All of- was last the time ; at 10 a. m. All proceeds will I Dime !
message. Mr. Knox has year only .ng her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. N. I| March of activities for the returned home last weekend Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bark.daiear.d

Tabernacle a number of times, ficers and chairmen of committees she had attended go to help elect Betty Gaskins, Thomas Of Starke. j Hampton-Graham-Theressa area.I j'I from a holiday VISit in Orlando children of Starke were Sur-

aid has traveled throughout the' are expected to attend. And i On Friday, Jan. 20. the girls i the Lawtey candidate for Polio with a minstrel show on Jan. 26. .'oro and Daytona Beach with day: dinner guests m Hampton ft'
Gwen Tanner the weekend
I'. S., as well as to the Middle I. they probably will if they are i from the local Home Demonstration Queen.Mr. I spent and Mothers' March on Jan. 31 her children and grandchildren.Mr. : the J. W. Home's.
with her sister, Miss Charlotte ,
East Bible Lands.Tabernacle : not at the free circus which is to I Club will go to Middleburgto and Mrs. D. B. Thomas and : completing the calendar. i i and Mrs. Clarence Meade and ,
I Tanner in Jacksonville. Mr and Mrs Wlls.Iay >:
'1 sponsored <
that day
services last Sunday be in town the joint meeting of all Clay amily were weekend guests of I :Miss Betty Durling, director i children of Daytona Beach
Charlotte returned with her on t
'I Leader Odinreulle visited in Hit.T-.pt> rinday
were conducted by the sponsor.A i by the Lake Region i County Clubs. This meeting will Mrs. Sally Green and Mr. and week's for this district pointed out that } brought her home Saturday.
'the local merchants. We understand Sunday to spend a vaca- :th Mrs Minnie Mir
be held at the Middleburg Com- Mrs. Milton Clark in Macclenny.Mrs. all proceeds go to the March of Mr and Mrs. Milton :Misner
group from the congregation i'I that the Community Church' lion with her parents Mr. and ("onny mil Mr and MH I'
the meeting at Trinity munity Center, and it will be 1. B. Thompson, Mrs. Ar- Tanner. Dimes for use for polio with no. and son. who have been slaying
attended too a'i Mrs. Luelle
Circles will meet on Monday, ; May
Bible Church in Lake Butler. covered dish supper. Anyone thur Pearce and Mrs. Troy Ben- expenses taken out. All talents ,. In Hampton with Mrs JAsner'sparents
in the know was available The Fred Coleman family of ,
conducted by i i I but no one I ing to come and bring a covered I nett were Thursday dinner guest and properties for both the fashion Mr. and Mrs: Herhel -
Wednesday night, as this column Lakeland visited the Flem Starling -
Mr. Knox. i I by telephone dish will be more than welcome. !, of Mr. anj Mrs. Willis Hodge in show and minstrel show I'-irker. moved this week to Hawthorne
last week.
went to press. This means men and women i! Macclenny. family are donated. where Mr. :Misner is em-
Several singers and speakersare Jan. 17, Sidney Now Open
Tuesday evening Mr. Mrs. Buford Higginbolham -
: and :
Speakers for the evening will be I Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Handley, Entertainment at the fashion ployed as a life insurance wentMr.

scheduled for appearance .]; L. Home Director of Instruction -j Judge Thomas J. Rivers Clay I Mrs. Lester Crews and family, of Maxville were Sunday' show in the city hall at 7:45: p. : and :Mrs: Frank ll.irdm of
Tabernacle in the near of
at the
General Supervisor famiiy -
and Waters
: the James
County Judge, and Berwick and S. J. Carroll of Baldwin were guests of m. tonight (Friday Jan. 13)) will Jacksonville were Sunday visitors- SMITTY1SBARBER
future. Schools, will speak ;
Clay County erson both of Green Cove And-I visiting the Jesse Smith family include vocal. Mrs. Virginia Faile at the K. B. WatterS<1n:;. Accompanying
I at the PTA meeting, and his J: will be Recent guests Of Mr. and Mrs. ,
and their subject last ed them to Hampton x\.i
v Bob of Hampton;
and Morgan
Presbyterian Church | subject will be "Emotional Health ,I J. R. Devore and family were SHOPCourt
I Legal Affairs. Sounds like an ; Recent visitors at the home of Margie LfFevers of Graham; and :Mrs. Oley Hardin who visited
in Childhood. Every parent j 'I II :Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jackson and
j opportunity for some folks to get with the M. L. Wattersons.
Mi. and Mrs. R. W. Mosely were Dona Blanton of Tampa; and
Saturday Adult Choir pray should make an effort to hear of Atlanta, Ga. I Street
advice. j grandson OppositeCourt
this I II I a lot of free legal | the R. W. Mosely Jr. family of I j Miss Barbara Malchelt and fir: Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggim
tice, 3 p. m. i I the views of an authority on Miss Jackie Harley of Jackson House
will Also on Friday evening, the j Orlando, Dr. and Mrs. Daniels Glenn Macintosh piano. and Mrs. Mary Williams visited
The meeting with heeparents.
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. | timely subject. ville spent the weekend :
member* of the Trail Ridge Credit :Mrs. Laura Teston. and the Jack in Jacksonville Thursday. Mrs. .
Morning Worship, "Proof of Our be held in the school auditorium, j ) Mr and Mrs Hub HarI Mrs Ola M. Perkins of Hampton -
Union of Humphreys Gold Corp. family all of Jackson- of Wiggins' sister, Mrs. Eve Runge. YOUR PATRONAGEWILL
Reynolds and Mrs. Floy Sullivan
Kailh. 11 a. m. Youth Fellow- and will start at 8 ley. Jackie with her uncle and
I will meet in the Starke USO for ville. | returned to Hampton with them BE GREATLY
handle door re
ship supper meeting, 6 p. m., will start at 8 o'clock. | aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker Theressa will
Tommy Andrews, Tom and :Marc' St. William's Catholic Club ', their regular annual meeting. All\ :1 Mrs. Luther Hilliard and son I\ have just returned from t a Ushers will be Milton Mister : and visited until Sunday.Mr. APPRECIATED

Jackson, hosts. Evening Worship will meet Wednesday night at'j members and their wives or !! Daryl, spent Friday night with ,j I trip to Washington, D. C. Edward Saxon and Roy Morgan and Mrs Gordon Weest '

"A Decision to Play Safe" 7:30: II 8 o'clock in the Recreation Hall. I husbands as the case may be her brother-in-law, and sister Mr. ']! Mr. Mrs. Rufus rrevatt Commentators well be Mrs. and family of Miami were weekend
p m. Every member Is urged to at- are asked to attend and it mightI and Mrs. Raymond Suber in Jack- I have moved into their home which D. F.: 11111 and Mrs. Mildred Lo- visitors at his mother's, Mrs D. H. SMITH

Wednesday Junior Choir, tend, and bring a potential mem- I], a good idea to Ret there at 7 ;, sonville.! Mrs. Steve Starling Sr., purchased from Cot vorn of Silver Lake. T. F. Brown

practice 3:30: 'p. m. Prayer MeetIng I ber. Since there Is much to do o'clock sharp because there will who had spent the week there 1 they Yarborough.; recently This house was formerly Platform for the models' walk Visiting with the Milton Mosh- Owner & Operator

7:30 p. m. | and so few to do it. everyone 1! be a number of nice prizes'en with relatives, returned with them I occupied by Mrs. Susie was built by Glenn Macintosh, ers are Mr. Moshei. parents Mr -
and the first one will be I I
should feel obliged to come and j away on Saturday. J and W. A. Saxon and Madison ...
and family.
i Prevatt -
i 1 awarded at 7. on the nose. There I II ," : -- --.7f---.atJ
Ar1W "_ r
Mr. and Mrs. : !FI
---- ----- will also be refreshments. So remember Sunday guests of j Mrs. Ruth Barthlow and grandI Lee are In charge of lighting.

and found Wanting" i' the time: Friday. Jan. ; Carl Hilliard were Mr. and Mrs. I Arthur. Mrs. George 13arthI '! Money received at both the

"Weighed Marshall Mott and son Eddie, I and Mrs. Elfie and minstrel show will go
j low family fashion
20 at 7 p. m. (at the USO) I [ and :, I l
of the Of Brooker, and Mr. and 1! Mae Green, all of Middleburg.spent as votes for the local candidate
will be nite 7:30! You are again
pastor's subject Sunday bake sale that the Woman's Henry Thornton of Raiford. : Sunday with Mrs. Mae '. for March of Dimes Queen silt!
Club will hold at the Clay Electric Weekend guests ofIr.. and ,. Wells and family. Barbara Iatc.hett. The querno I

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHHAMPTON Meeting. The PTA will also Mrs. O. J Phillips were Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders, Mrs. Sam : he elected by votes of a penn% II

Mrs. Hilliard of Val rico. and Miss Hicks and Mrs, Marian Mars apiece. I
hold a bake sale! at the meetingthe f
FLORIDA same day but with such Debbie Phillips of Maxville.Joe [ visited their sister Mrs. NelliParrish ( Cards to fill with daies nave I

10 a.m. Sunday School Don Hill, Supt. : crowds of people to serve, business Shuford and chidrcn of St. I in Maxville on Sunday.of been distributed to the Hamp '
either' Ausrustine., the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stokes school and the with the
will not be dull for spent j ; room
11 a.m. Morning Worship "Be Filled With the Spirit' ofI
part. So come early and get yours with Mrs John Shuford i and Ocoee were weekend guests most cards filled will! hay.arty a

6:30 p.m. Training Union Asa McKeithen: Dir Hot coffee will also be availableat Dave, while :Mrs. Shuford was I Mr. and Mrs Lonnie Teston. : as a prize.

7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service the Woman's Club Booth. visiting her mother, Mrs. M. B. I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly visited Bruce Hall son of Mr and+

Wed. 8 p.m. Mid-week Prayer Service Rev. and Mrs. Fred Dodd and Plummer, in Miami. I Mrs. Laura Colley in Starke on :tins. Free Hall of Gainesville.

j family had as their house guests; Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Doyle Andrews ; Sunday afternoon. i 1 former Hampton residents. wa.c:

MARVIN FAILE, Pastor j this week Evangelist Dick Knox and daughter, Debbie of I Norman Hamilton of Jacksonville 1 married to Winnie Covell of w. w...

and Mrs. Knox. Brother Knox is Wildwood, spent Sunday night spent the wet'kend1th his: Gainesville: at a small chur'h wed- Aps?

a' lecturer, musician and representative with Mrs. Andrews' parents, Mr. I parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Ham :I ding in the Christian Crurch o

I for the Middle East and Mrs. Fred Moore.J. I mono i! Gainesville, Dec. 26. The couple Which Triplet Trades At Koch's?

,ff Foreign Missions. He has been L. Raulerson of Jacksonville I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lyles were is now residing in Denver. Colo..

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I conducting services at the Long spent Saturday with L. p. Ra- I :Saturday" evening dinner Guests ;' where Mr. Hall is stationed with
Miller! in i not the outside blokes folks. It's that
Mrs. Orville
i Bridge Christian Church (of| fuse family.Mr. I of Mr. and !i the Air Force.: pleased

which Rev. Dodd is pastor) I all and ; Gainesville.: Mrs. Ben Loper of Theressa

STARKE, FLA. this week. j son were. and visitors Mrs. Roy to Griffis Gainesvilleon Mr. and Mrs. Mose Wiseman of I presided at the Jan. 6 meeting of gent in the middle. That ear-to-ear grin

I Green Cove Springs visited Mr.and school auditorium
--- Miss Miriam Leona Townsend: PTA at the Hampton
I Sunday.Mr. Mrs. C. E. (Tex) Wilson on in the absence of botb speaks of the values offer
birthday friendly
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor was honored with a and Mrs. Allan Starlingand I we ,

party given for her by Mrs. Ben I Mrs. Louie Belle Wainwrightand I Sunday. I the president and vice-president I

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Rose at the latter's home on daughters of Jacksonvillewere I The Willis Starling family of | Refreshment: were served followling courteous service and the ability to send

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Thursday afternoon after school, Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Baldwin were Saturday night i the business meeting by Mrs

--- from 3:30: to 5:30.: Mrs. Rose had and Mrs. Luther Hilliard.Mr. I guests. of Mr. and Mrs. Hub Harley. :I Janie Noe and Mrs. Percy Sulli I you home with your needs filled to the nth
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. with her home red and beautifully yellow flowers, an J and Mrs. Willie Gill of I Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bell an'l I, van.H.. P. Morgan, county superintendent

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:16 P.M. color scheme was carried out Blackshear, Ga., spent Sunday family of Green Cove Springs !I of schools is having the degree. There's no need to buck spiraling
the with the O. G. Dixon family.Mr. Bell I
with the John Elementary
the spent Friday auditorium of Hampton
Midweek Service Wednesday 8:00 P.M. in the yellow frosting on and Mrs. David Durban of I Prevatt. improvements II prices. Drop in and
birthday cake, which also had 1 11 Sunday with family and Mrs. Susie School painted. Other I give your pocketbook
Jacksonville spent Mrs. W. P. Kemp Jr. and sons around the school \\illalso
honor i to
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at candles for the guest of the Ed Durban family.
relatives in Savani Mrs. Perkins said. 1 break.
blow out. There were games for attending the are visiting be made. a
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. the guests to play, with prizes Among Associational Mass i Ga. this week. Marcia Griffith, fourth grade I

for the winners. Those who enjoyed New River I Rev. and Mrs. E. T. Worth, of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.riffith. I
at Raiford Thursday I
I the afternoon with Miriam meeting ; Jacksonville were Sunday dinner is still confined to hE'rhome I

Carol and Virginia) night were; the Fisher Gaskina 1 guesls of the L. P. Rafuse family. this week from an attack KOCH'S
Leona were Conner ataughters DRUG STORE
: Mrs. Agnes
family '
I Mrs. Carrie Gasque -
: Campbell, Patty and Noel Dona, Wilkinson, Carl Prevatt, of scarlet fever.
ReEdgar ': and Carleen Wilkinson areon Russell Williams has been confined
and Angela ANY
I Glenda and Mrs. Joe Starling and DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLEDIt
I M3rY Ann Schaeffer, Townsrnd'i the sick list this week. to bd for several days at
daughter, Miss Geraldme, Terry and
Miss Arthurine Blanchard hi<;? home near Hampton.

ATTENTIONLandowners : Williams.Woman's Club MeeN: I II Futch. Mrs. Melson Privett anrt.''Mrs. Nell Housley visited the A I Mr and Mr :. Otto Hlc-kt Jare >
Alma and Bernice -
The Keystone Heights Woman's j daughters :Misses i i 1\1. Blanchard family last: weekend. j i the mren' of a .lan,?htt"bnrn .
Catherine Ic- '
I Club held its January business I.: and Miss I Piturdav Jan 7 in Alachir- 1'J _. ._ _< _, : : if zl
Tuesday. Jan. 10, at
meeting :Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Tatum and
: tl't- home of Mrs. Charles Smith the Nathal Trowl'
of Bradford family
CountyYour rather than the clubhouse
president I family in Lake Butler on Sunday: ; ,
I due to the severe cold. In: .
The J. D. Clark family had as:

Mrs Smith's cozy living room weekend guests Mr. and, Mrs. l looks

neighbors are selling the pulpwood being hauled around her fireplace, the business Harry Bray. high pricedI

of the day was transacted. Field
into the Bradford Pulpwood Yard, and they are receiving I The membership welcomed two Ed Teslon ofla'DiIl furlough
10-day I
and amps, spending a

cash payments for their timber property. Mis.guests Robert Mrs. Walter Ashton, Hills who are I ) with his parE'ntsIr.. and I

:\Ira. Blaine Teston. lie and his

Have you considered hauling your own pulpwood: into h"use guess: of Mrs. Jack Hab-Ash- II parents left Monday: for Ocoee .but it's the '56 Chevrolet !
.rstroh. Mrs. Hills and where they will visit Mr. and
this yard? are from Willinmsport Pa.
ton Mrs. GarahDfman
:\Ira. Ernest Peavy

Mrs. Jean Fox entertained with I and other relatives.Mrs. : ..

J t ti a table of bridge. Wednesday eve- Carrie Taylor of Jacksonville .
Mrs '- .
Jan. 4. Her guests were
t ; and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Prevail
Hall and Miss Sally.lans. .
Margie of S'arke visited Mrs Troy "' '- -! -*- -' -I-'*! S fr"V- --* i-- f-t

Bennett on Sunday.
tield.Mr.. and :Mrs. Paul :Meng of !
Mrs. Eve Godwin, of Starkinent *-
'.nke were visitors at the home i .
I Mrs. George SohaefI'r Sund:1ith her moth'iMrs. d/.//#.J' i; 1":1 ? ,
Mr. and : /jv
f /
0: Reddish. J ;
Mary 'ItI iiiL&
on'ed.. evening, Jan. 4. Mr and Mrs. Donald Ballentme ..

Ilave1 Son; j jMr .
I Votes and family of Jacksonville spen' .
and :Mrs. William Beloteji' :
the.t't'kend with Mr. and MrBub =
.' the proud patents of a son. ; Wilkerson.The .

'! irtin! Kendrick born Saturdays: !
Obed! Pauley family, theMelson

w ,..... an. 7, in Alachiu General Hospital : Privett family, the Fisher

Gainesville.We i' Gaskms family and Mrs Conner
Mrs Essie Lowrev -
hear that and daughters, attended a sing .
is home from the hospitalbut in Middl' -
at the Lingerfelt home J
due to the seriousness of the f ---.I'I--' :
burg Saturday evening.Mr. x
her shoulder, will not': .
injury to and Mrs. Charles Starling!
: If.J her place behind ;
a he able to return to of Highland attended services atthe
of Becte's -
the soda fountain ] First Baptist Church on Sunday
Drug Store for some time.
and were dinner guests ofthe
The youngsters of Keystone will Joe Starling family.
who was always *!
Alxixe picture shows )Ir. Joe (IritfN, local landowner receiving miss Essie Mrs. Les Prevail and daugh a \d
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when they ordered a ,
paJment on the spot for his pick-up load of jwlpMoixl from :Mr. obliging ter of the state Farm spend
to enjoy
water and a straw .
C. F. Ilateman, connected Kith Edwin:: \\'. Pe-k. local Pulpwood :I glass while of they leafed through > Saturdayith Mr. and Mrs. Willie
and Timber D,'aIer. the comic books on the racks. j '
The monthly business meeting
George Schaeffer and THE NEW BEI All SPORT COUPE
of the First Baptist WMU wash
were i iI
Mrs. Elmer Livingston .>I ld at the church Tuesday evening :I

I, guests of Mrs. John Vanderhoek I! with president Mrs. Arthur Who wouldn't mistake this new you lightning acceleration l for safer

of Arlington, last Thursday. and jMr. j! Pearce, in charge. Chevrolet for a high-priced car! passing. Horsepower ranges up to j",

If you are interested in a direct contract or in selling and Mrs. Everett Fox with ;: .Ir. and Mrs. C. B. Hiatt were i It looks strictly "upper bracket" 205! All engines now have hydrau y 1
last Sunday
children spent i
fishing in Waccasassa River last. valve lifters.
your pulpwood or timber contact : :Mr. and Mrs. Ernest R Fox of | Saturday. Jean and Bonnie visitedtheir with its bold new Motoramic stylliehushed door
and Mrs. Ernest its lower hood Besides, you get safety
Intcrlachen. Mr. cousir.s.11'. and Mrs. L. L. ing longer,
of I latches in all models. You can also ,
Fox are the aunt and Wainwright: at the Plate Farm its proud new full-width grille.

Everett.W i beyond the costly aphave seat belts, with or without
while Marguerite vISited with her But, even
note that the Welker Byron' shoulder harness and instrument -- .
of its beautiful Body by ?
Edwin W. Peck Garden Street is' beI : I
home on indeed I Fisher, Chevy gives the high-priced panel padding at extra cost.
:4.nnmg: to look very nice Chevrolet I
I for their money. It brings Come highway-test a
under the watchful eye of Fred FILL DIRTGOOD cars a

I Dodd. contractor I I II

P. 0 Box 129 Starke Fla. Phone171J I Mrs Myron Prevail spent RICH

: several days last week visiting I THE HOT ONES EVEN HOTTER

friends and relatives in Jackson- I TOP SOILSee

SEE ville. She spent some time with I I Iher

friend Mrs. W. H Kelly and '
; ]

j C F Bateman or Ed Peck at their office immediately! her father-in-law W B. Prevail I II BILL JACKSON RATLIFF CHEVROLET CO.

adjoining Woodyard one mile south of Starke Jackson Transfer Company I I

I OVE-FOR-AL.L BaH Point Prnl I Phone 165 i

Refill.. Fits anv pen. 49c Brad I: I West Call St. Starke, Fla. Phone 111
! =0I fort County Telegraph.


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u - FRIDAY...\
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Farmer's Diary \ Registration Proposed Watershed I Bank President 'I Farm-ForestryDemonstration- Van Heflin StarsIn :MI mi: OF 11J.'TfClTO i!

: Books Are Open Discussion \ lllil.lill.K: : r in KM .NtllK '
i TopicAt I: Tells Stockholders New Film I rwtire is lieifl.v -,. I'.al th. j

Hy :Sam McJar; > t In All Precincts SCS ..liidfrsigiied.; iiiuler. ; -.. I jr. i.'i t II i
Meeting Of Year's ProgressAt .r eu4'i..i-; i'l'.i'j: I.."v l I >r i i. I
Coming To Florida Act ot .
is4i u .11 r'l: -I r ''':'ti ti: l

However, we are busy working Registration books are now The proposed watershed affecting the annual meeting of the Set For Jan. 18 !i I 1 'icrk Bradf.-rd of tiie CVui.i i a. .i.i>. s-> .. .. I< :. r.i .idI.r -iJa. ''

the plants despite the cold for open in the precincls Mrs. : areas draining mt0 Santa Fe stockholders of the Florida Bank The rousing: trouble! of a man up..n receipt of pi: ..: .;i.:'...
j who is through with cation of the n"tuf ,
ve have noticed that plants respond -j Marian Crosby supervisor of and New Rivers was discussed at at Starke. held There will be sin only to name of Slade :, .s
I Tuesday. capital of a forestry demonstration 'earn Gas <""r.p.i:' ':'..1, r j
registration said this week, urging the meeting of the that sin isn't through with which I am ,,
to frequent workings. We Bradturd the bank was increased from engaged r. I "'d '" .It
$:oO-: sponsored by the Brad- *
1 j iim form the 3o2 West Madls..nt. :' ,. ,
voters central theme of : ,1" F
to in I
-ouffle up the soil near the plants. register the pre- County Soil Conservation Supervisors 1 000 to $150,000 by transfer of :: ford-St. Johns Farm Forestry Flora J. Slade, li.>" ..':\ 'II, (
cut I ('inc in which they reside. at the home I "Count Three and Pray. showingi Fla.. sole u"n..r. !
careful not
N"'ng to away of Lloyd $100,000 from I
surplus to capitaland on property of J. T. Pre- Elated
this 3llth .
i i the Florida d.i f I'
mv, of the roots and then days "You should register and vote Green, Thursday Jan. 5. the issuing of two additional vatt, south of Lawtey. Wednesday. I J Theatre Sunday Al' 1955 at t'tark.In rte i

la'er they show renewed lire. | in the" precinct in which you now After a long review of the possibilities -! shares for each share p"e"dv be'd Jan. 13. starting at 2 p.m. The through Van Tuesday. u: JU; 4- i :" I f
I Heflin
\Ve fertilized them again thisi j live Mrs. Crosby said. "If you : the Prevatt appears as a Civil
Supervisors decidedo Capital funds of the Bank at the property is located about i War
have in veteran a former: roisterer _
already registered another
i week and soon as we can we'll : obtain further information end of December) totalled $376- one mile south of Lawtey alor.g WIC.T.U.
\Vf!' .\i h 1,1 another half inch I precinct, contact the h0 returns home a self-ordained
put some water on. supervisorof from Congressman. R. (Billy> 68' .21. U. S. 201 or just across the highway i
.: ram List wvek. but while it S S registration and have the regis- il minister. He faces a gun-totin' I
I' :Matthews"before taking any definite I- S. L. Peek Jr.. president uf the from Tatum's sawmill. I, <*il a IIla'TIWt'tIITS

iit-lpe.1 .. liHK-, the drought goes Little Merry, Joy's latest calf, tration transferred. action. .l-..nk. :n his annual report to the The demonstration will whin-wielding woman anda
I stress hate-filled town, none of whom \\ tEN
Women who t'tM
II -Li.. h> day: and unless; we ,,, is growing. like a weed. Whenwe have married since In the 3-hour meeting, theSupen'isors stockholders said that excellent the importance of gum farming belive in his reformation -

K o H .-
there! won't be much planting, fuss we took trying to raise a names changed on the records. Heard a financial report by year. Deposits were up eight methods of extracting gum from can. BETTER riKr.\uri IF YOI

without irrigation. To make mat- I she said. This jnust be done by Treasurer George Huggins which per cent over a year ago. and loans the living tree. This on-the-spot Heflin turns in 11.\H: XKVKK: T.KtTII.:: .\T
diiry calf we laugh when we the supervisor and requires a new showed a \bonk balance 28 cent. an exceptional FIRST WHIXK.: "
;.-i -, worse we are having cold I of about up per information should be of value_ to neiformance the
weather, and the dry cold really j think of this little one. for we: sgnature: by the voter.In SSOO\ on hand at the end of the Year-end deposits of the Florida those who have a gum-farming---- n "d preacher as who fights roisterer for turn-his ("XATIO.NAI.: \\.1('t:" in :NATIONAL I

toes the damage. scarcely- -pay- any- attention to her': precinct 1. La..tl'y.'ott'rs year. I!' National! Group totalled over operation and also to those who right: to be a nun of : I'JWIII lTlo\ST.1: 1
S all. I's: a pretty sight to see ''cm register with George W. J500.000.000 and the peace.SAKATOOA
at Considered buying a used fertilizer group continued are interested in starting! such an f
the little black heifer frisking Roberts at the store; in Graham. as the largest east of
Speaking of the last rain we i I spreader from an adjoin- Texas operation, either on a large or

had<< Foser: Shi Smith laughedand i around the barnyard. Precinct 4. with: Mrs. Ollie Riversat ing SCS district but on the ad- 1 and<< south of Pennsylvania. small scale. Jack Turner of the WE WILL I5E OIENFlllAY f

said he had been told by an S S the store! ; in Hampton. Precinct vi .? of Supervisor Z. W. Hamilton -!' The stockholders voted to donate Florida Forest Service and Arthur

old Negro that three frosts in a ; Hrooker is kicking off the I 5, wih Mrs. Pearle M. decided to repair the spreader $400 to the Bradford County Hospital Murphy naval inspector for the UNTIL 9:00 P.MFrom6to9pm. \

row always brought on a rain. j i planting season in the county 1 Home at the store; in Theressa. the district now owns. to furnish a room there. U. S. Forest Service will be pres- I

On the third night, Foster Shi ; his week with Irish potatoes. Precinct 6. at the home of Mrs. Approved holding another All officers of the bank S. L. ent and assist with the demonstration. SPECIAL I

.aid. he wen: to bed thinking Heaid from Zedra Hamilton the|I Delaney Dickinson, in New River. I Speaking Contest this year. This Peek Jr., president: Dr. P. A. I

what a lot of nonsense the old j other night that Everett Gainey I Precinct 7, at the home Of Mrs. i contest is open to all pupils in i Brinson, vice-president: C. E. Other parts of the demonstration FRIDAY

saying was. but about four in planted 25 acres and that they Mana A. Wiggins: and in Brooker. i junior and high schools in the Hernwall, cashier; Billy G. Epps, will cover the use of chemicals PORTABLE

will be planting spuds out there I Precinct 8, with R. A. Colsonat the assistant cashier; and Ernest J. Keg.
the morning it started to rain! I county; subject is "Conserving in eradicating the undesirabletrees

S I I until about the 20th of this the store. Natural Resources in my Snead. assistant cashier. were re- in the forest stand and me- MIX $199:>

It looks like there will haveto j I month. II'! Voters in Precincts 2, North County." elected. thods of control and prevention on fjj'95
I '
be water laws adopted soon I Starke and 3, South Starke Directed Conservationist Bill Directors R. F. Bartlett. Dr. P. the pink bark beetles. MASTER 6 to 9 1')1.

for Florida. There are none now, J Just about everywhere you go should register at the court Haas to purchase four signs to A. Brinson W. B. Sewell. Ernest Everyone is invited to attend Frida-Onl)'

except the old English laws an
if this state keeps on getting i I I feeding their cows. Trouble :;i Books will! be open In the pre- notify incomers that they are entering re-elected and S. L. Peek Jr. was and all phases will be open for WHEN YOU THINK OF GAS THINK OF

drier then a set of rules and '; is'that as cheap as they are. it i I cincts until Feb. 29 Mrs. Crosby the Bradford County Soil added to the board. questions and discussion. For SI Next Door ToLOYEITS

regulations will have to be set s really hurLs a farmer to put i said then will be returned to the Conservation District.; further information, contact the LADE

up For example. now if one, out the money when he has a -'!] courthouse. Between Feb. 29 and Asked George Huggins to geta Hospital Receives farm forester Don Champion by

man has a stream running i:I good idea he'll. never. get it back. I Apr. 7 when the books are closed qualified person to audit the Funds To Furnish calling 152, or see him at the

through his property. and he |''all registration will be with the books of the district. !i Florida Forest Service office. 106

uses the entire flow for irrigation. I Alice's brother Ed is a demon j I I, supervisor of registration. 1 Went over a statement showing Two More RoomsThe S. Thompson St.Hoover .

then his neighbor downstreamwill statistician. He likes to figura |I Any change in political affilia- the income from rental of Sell It Rent It Trade II

bf left dry, and their only I things out, and this week just !j! lion irust be mide before the equipment own 'd by the district Bradford County Hospital

recourse will be in a court of law. i for an example he counted the ; first!' primary Mrs. Crosby said. board of trustees this week acknowledged Building

I ii i number of onion sets in a po"nd i Funeral Services donations of $400 each WITH A TELEGRAPH

At the Soil Conservation mf'eti i He got 300. but this figure of Pratical Nursing from the Florida Bank at Starke Changes Hands CLASSIFIED

ing th. other night Lloyd Green : course would vary greatly from Held SaturdayFor and the Starke Elk'a Lod\;e for -

remarked that we were supposedto one bag to another. At this rate. Course Is Open Mrs. ShepherdFuneral furnishing two rooms at the soon Bernard Emanuel tecenUy moved Lmr Rate Good Results Easy To Place

have 40 inchts of rain last a bushel would contain about ] to be opened hospital.At the Ktaike Radio Tei'vision -
I To ApplicantsA and 'It'nRD OR LESS. ONE
and he wondered if i 10,000 sets. j its last the board Mr
year so. just | services were held Saturday meeting Service to the building for-

what happened to it. All we can {I Inearly S twelve months course in afternoon at 3 o'clock in the greed to invite county and city 'Uerly occupied by Hoover Brothers EACH ADDITIOXAL WORD Z. t

remember about last year !i At today's prices, Ed figures/'; l'la.rtllallursing is scheduled togo First Methodist Churrh of Starke officials including police and fire photographic studio and C. h''OI'r OK IK PF.H CKNT ON 1 WO OH MOKK l> iKHTIO: "P

is that it was certainly awful ,; that the gross income from ono :; into operation in February for Mrs. Queenie Jones Shepherd, department to inspect the hospital H. Nasworthy has expanded his ......r.o.. f.'O" n' "%.. ''1 oft ''''I 'OT PAID I.. 'IAf3i I

wet in January. for we lost our |i bag of sets would be about $40.|! under the Alachua County Voca- 68 who died Friday Jan. 6. at her jr rior to formal opening.It Philco store into the room vacated .

first planting of Irish potatoes. I but here again there are So manY tional School Program. The school Iconic on Washington Street afteran was stated that only a few by Emanuel. CARPENTER WORK Remodel-

0 factors that the figure is just in- Alachua extended illness. items are now holding up completion -' IIKir.HTSlTMTXo.2 me Cement Hlorks, Roofing and
I i will affiliate with the Emanuel recently purchasedthe siding. Cement work. Chas
Our berries are being held back dicative. a Born at stamo Creek in Bartow of the hospital. and some de- Sorrell. c/o Telegraph A
General Hospital to provide Hoover building on the corner tfchg
by the cold weather. and if they i complete program in both tech- County. Ga., Feb.. 4. 1887 Mrs. lays are occasioned by strikes. of Call and Cherry Sis. from Thr.. krd room mamnmrr hour Rl'IWER STAMPS mad* to .rdw'.
were growing and making crowns This week we learned what the Shepherd was the daughter of the Some of these items have been received BOW BBdrr roaatnirtloa laMarkfi. dater,.. numberers n"tari'..
instruction and clinical experiences the Hoover about .. i aU
nical family for $S- nrwmt .ddlll... frlre f. -simile <
we wouldn't mind for then woj Republicans have cooked uo for : for the trainees. : late Charles Thomas and Laura and are now in the processof 000. Besides service on radios and to trtrrau $1UO M nltb .,pll- T..Il'gr..ph.tamps Kradford Vuntv tf

would get a good crop when theyrame : the long forgotten farmers. Wonder | Fickle Jones. being installed, and it is hoped rattua to porrfcaw. tSO.ftv lathirty
I i The program is established and I television sets, he has added sales dare Did $::U.oG at rhami. (.
in. But the cold really if the phrase from World Mrs. Shepherd was reared InCartersvlfle that within a short while the I
I I planned to give ....women between i of Motorola and Sylvania tele- Price to non veteran: $2.>0 00( BULL-DOZING .. FILL
knocks little plants down every I War II doe''n't apply now "too Ga.. attended Agnes building<< will be acceptable.Bids with anolieatlnn to pUP<'ba..e
the ages or 18 and 45. an oppor- vision sets to his business. find low $.')Oft.M at closing DIRT
as an LAND
time they try to get going. little. too late. I tunity to learn an occupation in Scott College- in Atlanta, and' for compounded- .prescriptions -', the extra fluv now and select the interior CLEARING
I taught school in North Georgia be- and other supplies not carried Nasworthy said room colors and tile: for bath and kit. Oyster Shell
I which placement Is abundant; i j will double his floor space. With chen. Sec the plans, ke*>o them Peat Huma
fore in
entering nurses training at the hospital drug room
and. to provide hospitals, nursing I overnight and make your sel.Htion. Bldg. Sand
the added
adequate -
I space, can give Paving
'Bowling Green, Ky. After completing i were requested of local drugstores : If you want to own a Driveways
Home Demonstration homes health centers, and the I display room t0 a full line some It will pav YOU to Investigate -
her training there, she took and the contract awardedon this.FLORIDA. OVID
with a !
community In general LEWIS
of Philco he
I post graduate work at Woman's a six months basis to Koch's 1956 appliances
Notes source of trained practical nursing I said. j REALTY CO. W. Madison St. Stark
'I J Hospital in New York City. j Drug Store the only one submitting -

% ( : byDOROTHY personnel on a cooperativeand I A niece of the lAte Sam Jones : a bid. ,I Nasworthy is in the process of Of Starke PH. SM-W

I f.M5v ROSS I continuing basis.education is a famous evangelist, Mrs. Shepherd, i In response to a request for bids'', repainting and redecorating his |: Html K* Practical nurse I -Four
offered to at an early age knew the meaning J Ion milk and other dairy products, I display rooms.Explanation. 335 Temple Ate. TrlrphoBC 3S3Maxkr. l.'nfurnlihed cabin.room Also two and bath
) nation-wide room
Home Demonstration Agent program I I of being a true Christian and her only two bids were received onei Florida furnished cabin. Plnehurst Court
those interested in becoming' i Keystone Highway. Phone
interest in all churches won for her, from Borden's and one from Foremost { Made ; 17-J.
members of the "health team"of t 'OR SALE New 8 8 II Concrete Jtchg 1/12
i x i -
I the esteem of all who knew her.: Dairies. The contract was
Vines And Poultry show Cement
Boysenberry! America. : block ltc. $1.50 3 St PAID
Eath: Home Demonstration Club The show will convene Fridayand I In 1917 she married Ira Patterson I awarded to Foremost since it was Of Bishop Quote per bag. Mortar Mix tl.30 prbag STONE! STATE ON SAVINGS BANK K8T-
Florida state regulations require -' -. ttiadford Kugln I trlng Co. KETSTU.NE -
member will receive a boysenberry Saturday at the 4-H Club applicants for state licen- Shepherd of Monticello and the only bidder offering daily de- I On Right Of Way phone 91. Starke tf liEn FDIC.HEIGHTS.: FLA.. MKM-

vine this month compliments Park in Jacksonville where exhib- sure for practical nurse to havecompleted !| moved to Adel. Ga., where she and ,; livery. I

of the County Commissioners i its will be displayed by boys and i in j her husband lived until 1938 when County Commission Chairman
I a one year course BILL
to plant in their home or- girls from Bradford and seven I I an accredited school.I ; they moved to Tampa, and then-to :: Third Man Shares H. A. Bishop Jr. says that a statement I'' SOTO

i Starke in 1939. I I r 1 attributed to him in last SIGN
their neighboring
chard as a part I I The Board of Public Instruc-
Official judges will be from the has been |, Mrs. Shepherd was a member of In ConvictionFor week's Telegraph has been misinterpreted -
program. : tion of Alachua! County
Florida 'the First Methodist Church and by some readers. South
Florida the
University of
Boysenberries are new In this I i granted approval by the Florida Battery TheftsA I On Keystone
I j until her last illness took an ac- Highway
State Bureau and -
Marketing other ,
section and it is hoped that this State Board of Nurse Registration The article stated that Bishopin

introductory venture by the club 'i sources. i and Nurse Education and the :; live part in all branches of theichurch's man was arrested this week referring to acquisition of Phone 178-L

women will be successful. Theyare Boys and girls from Bradford tate Department of Education. ,! activities. She was a life by Sheriff 1'. D. Reddish for stealing rights-of-ways for U. S. 301 widening All Types Signs

a cross between the blackbjr-I i county entering poultry in the J i When the training center is complete ber member of of the WSCS and a mem- !j I; batteries after being implicated said: "The land shouldn't have rHO.NK4M-J

ry. and logan berry. The fruit show are: Nell Williams. Linda ; the School and Hospital will Besides WCTU.her by two others bound for Ral- to be bought. People should think K''K SAI.K Six room h.u.and 4ft

canned. or 1 Huggins, Gerald Xorman, Rudolph State Accreditation husband she is sursired ford for the same crime. enough of Bradford County to i aTf r arm I 7 I 1" all i ,. Tobai "
be eaten raw, ; be elegible for
may AI.tmi-M.|
frozen and delicious jelly! may be 1 'app, Harvey Starling. and Clifford for Practical Nurse Training. by four children Mrs. George Sheldon Carter was placed under donate a few feet of land." tIIICI.t; I Kt 2, fi'.x ITT-A.:Coma.. $!!...k.H ..II ltp! K.illy.1 l 13M
Norman. 1 j; Miller, Starke; Ira P. Shepherd -,1 $1,000 bond after to told the this '
made from them. 1I 1 j During the 16 weeks preclinical admitting Bishop Telegraph ISrrr: Farm now In rnltUallon. -
I I 1 This is the first time that Brad- the will ,, Newman, Ga.; Charles C. Reddish that he was with Edward week that he did not mean that nllta fairly ,RIMM I-rutol. acre farm about ..
will bear the period program operate liouir fcmnll out liuildlniEN and nflrn from
The plants year ford County club members have' six hours each diy. Monday Shepherd, Tampa; and Jack J. Starling and John Owen Griffis property owners should not be (.... uu' nn.l fruit trrm. .::,...10 Iowa.. good graded r4ad. M.....*!

after they are planted. They exhibited: in the District Show through Friday. in the school Shepherd. Chauahoochee: fivegrandehihln.n last May when they stole six bat- adequately reimbursed for buildings riikh. !iriuS Krullf.STUOUT hu bargain and at mall,2 drJlter KNI ........ AB Ideal

should not he planted closer ',, and it is expected that they will The 32 weeks ; two sisters. Mrs. | teries from the Burton Walker i fences etc. that have to be REALTY
than six ft-et apart and will do come away with some prizes on facility. clinical class Walter Jones. Atlanta: Mrs. An- Construction Co. torn down or moved in acquiring Florida Realty Co.
better when trained on wires will consist of and nie Laura Johnfc lIan their fine White Plymouth Rock Alachua General Neuner Tampa; and Starling and Griffis were each rights-of-way. I Of Starke
training at the tta.t .
similar to grapes. The fruiting; chickens.In three brothers, C. C. and R. J. sentenced to serve two years in "Everyone should be treated ,
is in and June and i Hospital under the direction of I) ii.., : 4I7 I |(.nj \adre..... M. II !'
si-ason May this show, the chickens will :' the school instructor. Trainees Jones. Atlanta: and T. R. Jones ; state prison after pleading guilty fairly" Bishop said. "At the 1'110I.UO IIOStl \. J. '| b..ma.| Srxrll.
it is slid that it isn't unusual to well Orange Lake. [ before Circuit Judge George L. time. the must 1
be judged on production as each same county acquire J.V1 .
pick 20 baskets Of berries to the to breed will spend eight hours day.five : Services were conducted by Rev. Patten during the fall term of this right-of-way V I lit SAI.K:-Ity orlKin.il c.aiier 1954 Irmplr \\r. J'''".. :3X3Mnrke
aa on body conformity as reason- ,
days week while in rliniI riymi'iitli with .nl) 17.HOO a< tuul r'lurMaFOIt
,, per
plant the second year after plant- Thomas G. Mitchell of Lake
type. I Shore court. ably as possible and where it is mih'.r Savoy. tinted] plats.Lit. .

ing. i! PranuU for Polio '!, cal training. :Methodist Church Jacksonville, assisted i! They were delivered to the prison just a matter of a few feet of .'k up liKht.. windshield Masher -
Applicants must between theages 0>1 Ira trim and white sIdewall UKXT-Three r..m
llunu ()rt':.. rd* 1 The Starke 4-H girls are selling have : by Rev. Raymond Alley, this week after completing t0l land with no buildings involved, lire*. Thi. I I. really a fine little 11 i'artment. MichiK'in funuHh.-d Ranch
of 18 -15. .
This month is the time to make peanuts at school during recessto ,I,I the tenth grade in school must I Southside Methodist Church, Jacksonville day sentences in Baker County. we hope that the owners will d.uri-ar Already i.avm'.nt financed t'>
home on hard plantings around aid in raising funds for the [ and Rev. Roy Hill ofI, Reddish said Carter admitted cooperate with us in this very vital J. F. Wall Jr JtT N Walnut .'t. APAKTMK.NT: FOP. UK;NT Newly
!I and te a U. S. .
b(! physically fit Belleview Methodist ; .r rh'.n" 4VT-.I. Siindav. Monday.Tuesday FurnixhtMi.
Church. Inqu.rt'j
Florida homes. The following Interment with and Griffis Appli-
Polio! Drive. Thee parchej peanuts citizen. : : being Starling project. or Friday tfchK Etc
varieties of fruits are adapted to especially\ tasty and i I was in Crosby Lake Ceme- '| w hen they took the batteries and If. UK
i are and
this part of the state: i Residents of Alachua ; tery under the direction of De- when they sold them in Jacksonville FISH JAIT-Iill': fat fli-hm* worn--
good for you. and the proceedswill i neighboring counties will be considered Witt C. Jones I Phillips To Head LOW COST 3 miles North Stark, Zni, Inquire
Persimmons Tanenashl and funeral home. [ He received none of the I ":111" <;r ci-ry.
"itp I 120
go for such a worthy cause. for enrollment. There have _
Tamopan are seedless and set j i Active pallbearers were H. C. Lawtey Council
j QftIte% | already been two applicants from ': Brown, John A. Torode Liability Insurance HK.U.; KHTATR !II ""TF.">A'>rK
fruit without "'.' ..
pollination. Fuyugaki 1 Doing housework for $10 awel'k Lawtey Lions .UOIt l>n rnttaK Mepalra
is: seedy and should have a pollen < Bradford County. 1 Shaller Inman Green. V. A. Nichols O. J. Phillips was elected chair- 4, U UII.HJKI.M
is domestic service, but do- Contact Us Concerning theEW P. O. B.
invitedj !
Interested are filar"..
persons fit.
produrer such as Galley and Adolph Gay. j; Named ChairmanThe man of the Lawtey City Council S3 Year Kiprrleare
it nothing is matrimony. INSURANCE LAW
for !
ing file an application as soon a?
planted nearby j which met last Tuesday night In 41 1/Zf
!I, possible at the office of Trade awtey Lions held their the first meeting of the new FOR KENT-1-ruom furnished uj.Mairs .-
Pears Hood. Audie year. No Fees
Pineapple and NOTICE Murphy t Membership Avery Inn. 310 :\. tt.ihii.. n!
Figs Celeste. Brunswick. i and Industrial Education. 723 !I|; regular meeting Jan. 5 at the Sworn into office were MayorC t'l. A1.--O my personal apart",. '"*

Scruppernong Grapes -- Thomas. : I regret having to resign from I West University Avenue (Buch-: Seen As 'Destry' II school cafeteria with President R. Shuford. City Clerk Ethel BEST RATES IN TOWN Unfurnished furnished If three desire! bedroom a T.V. al.rt|AN.

: holz Junior High School). The I 1 Dave Shuford presiding. Reddish, and City Marshall D. B. ment. electric hot water h -at.-r A
Hunt. Plant male the Council because of my I
a muscadine City | In New Park Film real home. Apply
6 Months chamber
Is scheduled Feb Policies of
school to
open t tOM The club which was organized Thomas and Councilmen Cecil Commerce.
nearby for pollination. Burgaw position with the State Road Department. tI I J It'hg!:

Is self pollinating.Pecan i, and wish to expressmy 20. of the most colorful characters i j,, recently. is still in the process ,! \\Tiitehead. O. J. Phillips D. L. FOrt RENT-Hence! Cottage
For further information writet 'i of organization and in the : Shuford H. C. Kely and Mitchell Doyle E. CONNER Klngitley Lake.
Curtis StewartSatsuma sincere appreciation for :your in the legends of the West j meet-1 I Complete]! f irn
Alachua County Vocational 'I various committees and chairmen : Brown. j lnhed. modern convenient ivii
Owari. *cooperation and support duringthe : conies to the screen in .Destr.1|j tact Mm. II C Hence. 222' St
i I School at the above address or I, councilis John'.
member the
Meiwa I in office.Sincerely were appointed. Only new of Jacksonville ZtchK i '
Kumquat (round and L time: was j playing at the Park Theatre Sunday '
call Eugene Pullen. County Coordinator The next meeting will be held Cecil Whitehead. ; Mi. 285 136 W. CanI
sweet Xagami (oblong fruit yours, through Tuesday with Audie ;I I STRAY COW In my panture f .-
at Fr. 28700.Need i next Thursday. and Shuford about 12 week Have udverti-cd; ,
m..trlttIJ( Livestock Lucian Haren Murphy in the starring role. j i urges three weeks prior to this. M 'r.

Based on Max Brand's famous ;I i all members to attend. Home Of Negroes day Jan IS, USG will ceil at put

For Crane novel the story has Audie In the RADIOS REPAIRED for feed
VAREZ' STORE ? [ffJ role of Tom Destry Auto Tag Sales Destroyed By FireA 411 "akm All ModrU adv.rt>oinir bill.pay J. P. Whlt. and UpKAP.M
I SSI Slows Down Work young son "...0..1. ...'..* vmamtr4CHA _
I i hed 1R94! III of one of the West's!' most famous house in northwest *. ('. KIIHPHKRD FOR SALE-Five roon. I, .n-e i
At Power Plant peace officers. Ahead Of 1955 Starke'I'I I tea W. Call t. Mark r... 239 ',n 101 a. ret'. Contact Mr? Kn.. t.
oc.-upied by a Negro K-lIy. Kt. :. RIll I 113-n <'P %. 3WANTED
Lori Nelson the lo't'intet't'st
i provides Automobile : gutted by fire Monday night. | MAX (II: WOMAN: -T.I tik
II- ----- --- -.ra Lack of a crane has slowed I ags are sellmgfdst..r over -Man bt-!w... r. a*' I'
| in this exciting story and I r<.Ulo. ofMa'lish! "'d < u"I'.m..rlO in
and 3i. ,
this Assistant fire chief C. W Former S'F > -
year than they did in ) n rn r ;" -
I down work on installation of tho 1 Starkr W"l'klI.ufltll of II 00
Thomas Mitchell ferred .
plays the type 1955, Tax Collector J. It. Kelly pirkett said everything! was lost i or mole at Marl posililtNo car I of farm or work anyone with kh.w." 'iK'
%WINKLER ElECTRIC SERVICE j new generators at the Starke Ex.M!1 "p,> i role he has made other
classic or Investment
a the ner"
i Fary.
: said this week. !! except the stove and refrigerator j Will h. J for right man m'h >:r.n.
power plant. R. A. Bryden. genital drunk who Taps hidden facets of I' -lp you K -t started. Write :riK Lupine" in Starke \V rk .r
supervisor of the project said I 1 herlosm. I, By Monday 615> tags had been It was "burning bad" by the time .pt. ,J.:!. The J. U. i| HIM* of inrlde and I'I"I; |. !:
Company Memphis
this week. sold. According to sales of the I| the fire department arrived. he Tennessee. Itp 2.1! age Ine experienie.Mall applicari'.ii-addr'xar"l .r'-"<'-

d-fferent types of plates saes' erenres to Bradford C(, Tet! Kr
None of the engines has been said.The AI'AItTMENT FOR ItENT-Purnish-: pi.
Hospital Auxiliary this are several ahead'of house was too severely eft. bath. P. <> Box: 22-K.. Stark-;<.hK 1 20F
installed: yet because a crane i is : year days Very reasonable llj ;j
turned to determine! the niik"> South Keystone Uuad. Newton I <'R
last cause! SALK rialed Mi.
year. ; Any
needed to lift the heavy equip To Be Formed Thorsland. lip
RADIO ment into place. A crane is ex- On Jan. 9.t .,) regular tags had h" said. Guy Andrews is the FOR S..t I amount.. n'hit..Sev-r... l d.ffn' K'nlJ. I itp-

I A to been sold 115 "\\," heacar : owner of the house.!' I.P.EI""lrloH..frIK"ratfir..
meeting organize an aux1'irv ; ,
peotfd to arrive either this week I almost like nt'See It at Starke i FOP. SALE--drocrn "t.t. )1... ,-
AND or next from the plant in New for the Bradford Co"nty tags.: 16 "gh." light truck tags: Builders Supplies. Itcbg j room miltVe.'in (h ."j. r* f..I.nl'
; will be held IS CARD OF THANKS ator f' II dark, t/4l Wir .itINCOME
Bern N. c., Bryden said i Hospital Wednesday, .Cheavy truck, tags; and FUR 'AI.E-Iat. b..d and baby pen ItI
i Jan. is. 2:30: p.m. in the Episco- 31 "v," utility trailer. tags. May be seen at :S!o) S. Water St. '
TELEVISIONSales ( May we humbly thank our lh'hi'FOR
you I TAX PP.EPAP.fi ',
CARD TILVMiS\ I I nal Parish house. Mrs. T. A. ;; Deadline for buying 1956 tags I Clf,
7K.MT1I: IV Form t'i ) LonK Form |6J'.hnir (>
friends for kind '
.95 Snow past president of I |i l is February 2Q. Kelly said. To j man your SALE- 47-2S ft houp trailer I Ilannen. Stark., Via Ph
Kiunston: TIHMK 159 AlachusI words. thoughts and deeds during rood condition ready to live I W..Io1... 11k-i.l1.
Our heartfelt thanks to all who General Hospial : I get a tag a person should bring I in. 100 I Oren T. Derkman. Camp i _I Itfhg

, \\1 hen Vuur TV N'ml extended comforting sympathyI Mrs. Hess Florida will be present I the tag registration card or the I the illness and loss of our l-landinir. lip I' FAR !UI.F."arkr'11".t D.--rahl.!
loved one. !. P. Shepherd: and 1 Building L'.t Located
; Srrvi.v ( all 166 and Service I ind help in our recent sorrow to outline the function of the title certificate wih the tag number FOR KENT-Small furnished house j Starke Also farm and -
For the: beautiful service floral I I !auxiliary. All interested persons I j to the tax collector's family. newly"' redecorated. Suitable for : !'. boyle F. Conner Heal E>-
j '-4rrrsssrrrrrJJsFrtsr rJ-rr4--a.sst-trrsrrrs s omce'l ( .upi'- without children Near i i late.
: 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida offerings, and other kindnesses are invited to be present. It i1; Truck owners should C'all ;239 forborne demonstration Starke. <-hool.!.S..- R. W Israntien. -'' _____
Stat Farm.
A-e are deeplY grateful The W hoped that a large number will I weight slip If they have no reg- nf new Sewing =Machine... Raiford lip FOR stair ItP.. furnNhed" Cpntalrc and
! J j D Hodge family : attend :istration card Kelly said Shepherds Radio &: TV. ,' F''R RE.VT-. I'nfiirnli"hf-d tv.o bedm 'n Hlrh :;. hool apartffnt See F It M-ard n.-it,
, d .i.: I'M \\ ...t.r ;.U1 i tIp Kinicul.' y 1..:.:".* or Phone t.yl I I'!>


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