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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 20, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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U VOLUME SEVENTY-SEVEN STAKKF. rumml1:1n..\\'. ,J.\ I'R20.. 1956; M MKKK TWKXTY-FJtilT

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JUDGED 'BEST IN SHOW'

_& Shakeup j Politics
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: T1I On Call Street. Olen Stores Plan 4 Most County Offices Are At StakeIn

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To Starke Unit In : I
Open Spring 'Big Year' Election Campaign

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I _ Quietly but none the less effectively, Starke's business i* s Ihe "bit year" in politics -- completing his second term

district has been undergoing, in the latter months of 1935; ;tate national and local and Supervisor Registrant: I

r- 1 _ and opening weeks of 1956 a period of renovation and turnover J:lost oJ Bradford County's public Mrs. Marian Crosby. completes

S Blanding.not exceeded even in the, hurly-burly days of Camp I k\: ilLS\\ I rj j iffiees'ast-approachmg will be at stake campaign during sea-the her County first term Commissioners Tiif


The trend toward "decentraliza- ] don, who will move his Western S on Only half a dozen officials''I: District 1 post held by Commit

INTERESTED: VISITORS are pictured above inspecting exhibits during J Auto Associate Store there in the I nil not have their terms expirehis i 1. sion Chairman J. C. Prevatt. District
lion already revolutionizing busiJ
the open house held by Container Corporation of Amerira last ness patterns in our larger cities, future. ICirruit 3, held by H. A. Bishop Jr
The opening of a unit of Eagle Judge George L. Patten and 5 held
Sunday afternoon at 1U new Bradford County \Voodyard south of began showing itself here in 1955! by M. O. Harrell. will
Stores of Lake City in the build-I vas elected in 1954 for a six-year be at stake.
Marke on I'. S. 301. Shown uere the many colorful product* of Containir'i as two large,: chain stores Set- 1t
ing vacated by Setzer's. Building t erm. and won't face the electorate School Board The District 2
Fernandinahich produces packaging zer's and Lovett's left their :
box at paper
factory remodeled with a modern front. I 1 intU 1960. The terms of two seat held by J. E. Brown and the

(if all descriptions. Also demonstrated in pictures was the process cramped quarters on Call Street'and The expansion of Hart Furniture ('ounty commissioners, E. L. Craw- i District 4 post held by Thornton

of making paper board from pulpwood. Modern machinery for rapid housed themselves in ultra Co., which has now absorbedthe I'ord. District 2, and Mrs. Jessie Johns will be at ttake.
modern supermarket structures in ; Ij
unloading of pulpuood at the new woody ard wan demonstrated, and one-time residential' space formerly occupied by j::hastain. District, do not expire ; County Surveyor Hariy Anthony -
I nearby.
guests uere also imited to tour through the Empire timber tract j I Kite Electric Sen'ice. The- entire I 1 antil Jan. 1, 1959. School Board incumbent.
blocks. of for
Shortage room expansion -
double-area store has been remodeled -' members D. W. Starling E. A. Candidates for these office.-
west of Starke. Company officials were on hand to explain processes and lack of lOlXTY '
parking space I 1 I AGENT G. T. Huggins -
with a modern froot.I!I f-H Club Boy :.app. and H. A. Lawson are also must qualify with the Clerk of thti .
and serve refreshments throughout the afternoon. was given in both instances as looks (on admiringly: aUud > I:
Slade Gas Co. moved from Call holdovers having started four- i Circuit Court between March 6
reason for the move. u. 'lphiSapp l (right) displays
j Street to new location in building vY Ins Top Honor year terms in January 1955. 1: and noon of March 20. They may
But those who feared the out- blue ribbon-winning pullet
I adjoining Lovett's new supermarket -] County offices to be contestedin announce at any time. but as
going "supers" would leave yawn- on West Madison St. judged lie*>t in fchim at recent this year's election include j
| At : soon as they declare themselves a
Freezes ing gaps along the main stem I [ Poultry Show district poultry e\ent in Jacksonville. I
Sheriff
P. .
II II Reddish is
found their fears groundless. In I Sale of Torode Chevrolet Co. to i .. completing ; candidate thev must appoint a
i Drew Ratliff of Live Oak now I ---- his second term in this;, campaign treasurer name a depository -

It Might Have Been Colder Before, both was instances quickly the grabbed vacated by property out- I\ doing business as Ratliff Chevroletco. II I t A 4-H Club poultry project of ner with lila pullels. At the Bradford -! post.County I' for their campaign funds.

; I' White Plymouth Rocks has rewarded County Fair he won a blue Judge Theron A.. and start filing expense state-
of town firms to
eager open
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Expansion of Bradford County Rudolph Sapp well. I I II II' ribbon and $:J. For his awards in Yawn. finishing out his first four- ,I ments.
branches in Starke.
But It Didn't Last So Long Next major fast-growing change on Call St. i 1 Telegraph into new building combined -I The son of Mr. and Mrs. Kldon the district show he will receivea year term. Bradford County's Legislative
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will\ come with the remodeing of with old .- both tied into I' !':app of Heilbronn Springs, Ru- blue ribbon and $6 cash. Clerk of the Circuit Court -, !, J'OStsill also go before the deL -

Freezing ot below temperatmes taken in unprotected spots with 1 one unit with new front. mph entered three pullets in the, Ten 4-H Club boys and girls Chas. A. Harby. completing his!;i torate this spring.
the entire Green building frontageon
were recorded at the State.I northern exposures would probablybe Call Street, between The Telegraph Purchase and occupancy of|' lecent district poultry show held I! participated last year in this spe- first term. ;i State Senator Im uniben!

Prison weather station 12 out of several degrees lower in every and the Guidon Grill forspring former Hoover Bros. Studio building 'in Jacksonville. One of his birds, .' cial project which is sponsored by Tax Collector -- J. H. Kelly, Charley E Johns, now completing:

the first 18 days of January. 'I instance. by Starke Radio and Tele- in addition to capturing a blue ::I the Sears Roebuck FoundationTen completing his second term. his third term as senator
The Olen
JV.. Hitch, who records the i I i Rainfall recorded at the prison I occupancy by vision. ribbon was selected as best pullet :; now members will be selected Tax Assessor Gene Long. Representative! Incumbent
Mobile Ala. chain of
official temperatures at the pri- weather station in January was Company clothing ,stores a who plan to ,1 Change of location for Radio in that class! and best bird in show i for the 1956 project to begin about completing his first term. Doyle E. Conner. Speak er-desig-

| .86 inch ( .44 inch on Jan. 4. and open from than 500 :i Superintendent of Public In,, nate of the
M>n. says it was the longest cold I an ultra modern unit here as soon Station WDVH from S. Thompson among more entries March 15. Club members intetI 1957 House is fmish-
42 inch on Jan. 16). This was I I t'slt'd'in struction Harmon P. Morgan.
lug his third
station term.
taking in
spell since the weather I i as the building is completed. Thespace St. to Graudon building on Temple part the pro-
vas established there in 1930. slightly less than November's 1.02 contracted for includes Ave. i In the local pullet show held I ject should contact County Agent

"It's been colder, but it hasn't' inch but more than December's I the former Lovett location, as Expansion of C. Nasworlhy 1 1 last October, Rudolph was a blue ) (j T Huggms or Miss Dorothy Sunday Session Half Holidays

I I skimpt .32 inch. I j iil/bon and a $13 cash award win- Hos,';. home demonstration ',
he said. j agent. Set
lasted so long. The prolonged January cold well as that formerly occupied by General Supplies to occupy space For GuardAt Change February 1

The low readings for the firsts i I Central Florida Gas.( formerly used by Starke Radio i
already moved
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.i I reached the full length of the Rev. L. D. HainesIs Camp Blanding To
1 days of this month were as. to South Walnut St. > and Drig- and TV. I'Presbyteri'anHomecoming : WednesdayJanuary
j peninsula, destroying most vege-
follows: Jan. 1, 23 degrees; 2nd, gers Furniture Co., which will 1 As if all this did not constitute Rotary Speaker Members
of
i table crops in the Everglades the 748th Armd.
?: 1; 3rd, 29: 4th. 45; 5th, 30; 6th. I! section and setting the strawberry soon move to the Green building; enough change and progress for{ I Ord. Rn.. of which Co C in Starke.1. 26 will be the last

:31 : 7th. :50; 8th, 33; 9th, 27; 10th. on Court Street in order to make. one year a new bank is planned IeI.t'wis D. Haines pastor of and Co. Thursday half-holiday closing::: in
back B at
j deal at Plant City by ,'j Camp Blanding are Starke.At .
:U): 11th. 32: 12th, 36; 13th., 35; several weeks. Growers here feat. room for Olen. and scheduled for opening some j| The First Presbyterian" Churchobsere the First Baptist Church was units, will hold a multiple drill at

11th. 30: 15th, 26; 16th, 36; 17th \. will throw these areas. The Mobile concern is describe!l'I time next spring. It will be located -.pAill its 1st Anniversary rtiest speaker at the Rotary Club I Camp Blanding Jan. a recent meeting the M'rchants -
this delay Sunday.
'.0: isth. 31. as one of the fastest growing r on Madison St., which b:I i' Sunday with a homecoming celebration Wednesday and declared that 22. Division of the Chamber
in direct competition with berries: s'rapidly; commercialized. that is hoped will bring !I I of Commerce decided to switch th-
Ritch explained that the wea- on latei chains in the South and handle becoming moral and spiritual decay is a | The multiple drill
and vegetables coming \ training traditional
a line of women's fashions am 1. With the proposed Florida turnpike -. many friends and former members worse threat to this country than half-holiday fropi
station thermometer is markets!m t j schedule consists of the
ner partially h re. resulting in glutted I following to
of the church back to Thursday Wednesday to ('mI .-
1 accessories; men's, boys', chil- slated to pass three mile I rejoice Communism.The 1
,protected and that readings !and unfavorable prices (dren's and infants' wear; pieci.e': east of Starke. with an inter,_\ with the membership in the proI"e's speaker deplored the fa..tthat phases maintenance of training! categories of I form with closing practices 11
maintenance
; inspections .
-j goods curtains and draperies i:, change on Road 230 shop procedure safe-
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; shop
j domestics and bedding. 1 ing Highway). the change ante Ii congregation in the past year. 24 billion dollars annually\ onwhiskey day closing was strongly advo-

Final Rites Friday For J. C. Hoover Other recent changes along th'I ', I progress reported above is probi _I Regular Sunday School services tobacco and amusement, I ty: qualification operation and tests maintenance; motor vehicle i I cated by local chain s'or man-

I of i will\ be held at 9:45: a. m. During while cgers who said they needed! t.ij
"main drag" include: i ably just a forerunner what i si j contributing only one and services
ordnance
; signal communication -
: Closing of the Star Store am J expected to come in the next fev ir the past year the Sunday School ] a half billions to all\ church and I administration and j work all day Thursday preparingfor

Was Prominent I | sale of the building to J. F. Jau-I j years. -I!has had a 30 per cent increase in II charitable programs. He" said j supply; cooking; and mess manage- |I of Friday the big and weekend Saturday bu;. mug da ,

enrollment and att Jdance. Church this trend must be changed U
ment.
\ BHS Oft To Palatka attendance has also increased America is to maintain its posi- 1 Shoppers are urged to mark
Cagers Tonight I Each drill will consist of four-
PhotographerFor I a l their calendars
f ,, about 30 per cent during the year. I tion at the forefront of nations. I hour session. The Guardsmen will .! so they won't be
disappointed by coming down town
The Church has had increased i The .
Half Century : speaker was introduced by ,I receive credit for two drills of four for a shopping tour
Play Lake Butler There attendance and on Wednesdayafternoon
TuesdayTonight membership as Lex Green, who had charge of the hours each.Members. /
Feb. 1, only to find the
> of its goals in the "Forward
part
; program.
of Co. C will leave the main drag looking like
Joseph Cremin Hoover. who ieired i Friday i the Bradford Prevatt 10 i with Christ" program of the I President T. H. Slade announced armory at 7 a.m. The schooling smith's "deserted Gold-

in 1951 after a distinguishedareer boys and girls will be in Palatka Curtis McGee and Glen Reddisi]h :, Presbyterian Church. During thee that A Nelson of Keystone Heights will begin at 8 and will close at village

of more than half a century for a doubleheader which will bean each made 14 points to top th i past year 19 new members havej that Al Nelson of Keystone 5 p.m. ,

in the photography business.n important conference game for Bradford scorers but visiting E, :, been received exceeding the goal Heights has been nominated by Each: unit will operate a mess Auto Accident

Starke died Thursday morning.Jan the boys Tuesday night the local Howe put the skids under Brad 1-iof f 14. : his club as a candidate for District hall and dinner will be served in At School Injures

12, at his home here. Hehad <-agers go to neighboring Union ford with 29 points.As At the morning worship service -I, Governor of Rotary. j| the permanent mess halls at

been in failing health fot.everal County for a leturn match. Saturday against Seabreeze, the Cal!'- a brief history and annual High School guests at this i! Blanding. Mess Steward. SFC J. Two Fourth Graders

-. years. night (here) Coach Andrews lahan five beat the Tornadoes a* | report of the church will\ be read meeting were Dennis Mathews and L. Alvarez stated "Uncle Sam

Mr. Hoover was born March girls will be hosts to the the free throw line. Bradfon d j preceding the sermon. Plans for Lamar Shaw.'Donors I will give us 52 cents to feed each i Two fourth grade pupil.-. Linda

_' 1S79 in Cedar Rapids Iowa iiiruariu 01 j. C hoover in 1951.: I Perry lassies and Coach Hobbs ,II made 23 field goals to 21 for Callahan 1- ; painting the church sanctuary and man. We have decided to have Huggins. daughter of Mr anrtj

'he son of Cyrus U. and Elmira 1'iic &'lde, partnei C F Hoover i i II 15 Squad will play Green Cove but Callahan hit on 2-I ,| rt'payingthe portion of the loan Sign UD I Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes j Mrs. G. T. Huggins and Bobbu-

I Henton Hoover. The family moved had died in 1939. j june j Springs B. free shots to 10 for the Torna- i on the Sunday School addition due green beans, cabbage, vegetable i Faye Smith, daughter of Mr. anti l

'i> Florida in 1SS5. settling at tll the oldest business m- j Last Friday night in the BHS does.The | in 1956 will be discussed at a For Bloodmobile '; salad, coffee, and fruit. Mrs. Shi Smith. were injured

( 'Bnen in Suwannee County solutions in Starke Hoover Bros. gym. Bradford's girls handed the Junior High team lost I 0( j mt'Ptingfonowing the sen-ice. The local unit will hold its next : Monday afternoon when they ran

where a land development was in o.tud.o: enjoyed a wide reputation Ketterlinus girls of St. Augustine Buchholtz Junior High of Gainesville '' Mrs. Robert Firth chairman of ; into the street from behind a
; :! The dinner to be served on the the Bradford armory drill on Feb. 6. '
progress at the time. Later the in the world of photography, a 61-35; defeat, while in St. Augustine 55-38 Thursday afternoon o i County Cancer school bus and were struck by"

Hoovers moved to Lake City build up through the years by the I j the A Squad boys were ', last week with Jim Hobbs beinj? | grounds is in charge of Mrs. W : Closet, slates that blood donor car driven by Wallace Wise high

where the brothers. Joe and excellent ijualuy of their work. I i suffering a 63-32 drubbing. In a high point man with 15 tallies. I A. Stern, president of the Women pledges; for the visit of the Blood- Cong. Matthews school student.

}Frank attended school.\ Their studio was a mecca for !i preliminary affair, Bradford's B Saturday night Seabreeze'S I of the Church assisted by herr mobile here on Feb. 14 are coming Will Be SpeakerAt The accident occurred
During this time, the elderIloo'er patrons from all over this section -!I'Squad won 32-22. j I Junior High team stretched the! j committee. in fairly well but more are need- Washington St. when the little

I brother Frank, studied of Florida. and portraits Fandra Stricklana shot 11 field ; winning streak to 12S by (downin;"IT Due to a crowd..ll'hurch schedule ed to reach the goal of 50. Pine Level Church ,:, girls were hurrying in the rain

photography under a well-known bearing the well-known Hoover gnus and one free shot for 23 Bradford Juniors 41-23. The blood will he used not only to leach a telephone at a near
I the Homecoming was postponed for cancer patients. but will be eW.. F;. Hail( ,
!seacher of the day. Later he imparted Bros. insignia have found their points to the winners, but Wednesday afternoon Coar:h pastor of the by service station. The drivei
pace Junior High tear: n I until January. The corny Available for any emergency, Mrs Pine Level Baptist Church, announces | of the
: this knowledge to his way to all parts of the United .Hckie Prevail, with 20. and Jean Registers car was going at a slow

\ Dimger brother Joe, and the two talcs, and even to some European I! Johnson with 16. played good chalked IID an easy 4S-25: victor, j mittee is recommending that thed Firth stated. It will be useO that Congressman Billy\ rate of speed and was not held

niied a partnership. The Hoover countries.Mr. ball. !: over Alachua. Jim Hobbs tallie I 1957: Homecoming observed through the facilities of the new Matthews will speak at the morning -, t0 tame! for the accident

\l.nisi Sudio.: which was to be- Hoover was a Senior Wai I I The A Squad toys' defense and 21 points to continue as hisl'ort'r h the first Sunday. in Mav.i hospital. service there Sunday, Jan. 22. The Smith child had a front
for his team i Any person wishing to contribute at 11 o'clock. tooth knocked out
'me a well-known name in pho- den in St. )Ialk s EpiscopaChuich. St. a sprainedI
offense fell apart against The church was founded Dec to the blood bank should The ,
con- pastor extends a 'ordlalinVitation I I
and
I a cut forehead TheHuegm.s
than half
graphy for more a a past president of the I
Augustine but Gus Kopelousos Th, lSS4. ia..1t..s.. .
Firth or any member to the publu to at-
child had onlmmt'l
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century i'tatke Rotary Club and a memo Blaze Damages
managed 10 points to be the high f.f the Beta Sigma Phi sorority 'cnri this service
In 1S9S the Hoover family mov-I I her of Knights of Pythias when scorer for 'Staike. Jerry Lawson ResidenceA en's and binisesIt's

to Staike and the father. C. this lodge was active in Starke. Ket- Taylor
did a good job of defensing
r Hoover established a general He is survived by his wife.
i terlinus' tall and high-scoring fire in the living room of th Spud- Out Brooker
-..ire on Call Street. The broth- Mrs. Etta Chace Hoover to whomhe I J center. Jerry Hohne. and holding home of Mrs Ruth Taylor. 32; Planting Way

followed their photography was married on July 3, 1906
I him to a mere 20 points. Clai k St was doused Frida:\' -
pintession and toured this area in the Episcopal Church at
studio Jim Hobbs paced the B Squad night by Mrs. Taylor's daughter s | It's potato planting time at good residue of fertihzei in their
.n Florida with a tent Starke.
I to th.ir'ictory with 12 points. betore the fue department ai'- Brooker, and when farmers in thisi fields.
which they would set up in one Funeral services for Mr. Hoover -
On Saturday night a small ,, rived. i area finish an estimated 600 acres The Brooker farmers like this
!im-ation remaining a few weeks, were held Friday morning at
I Fire Chief D. W. Carpentesaid r j of "spuds" will be seeded. "free financing" because if they
the i
crowd turned out to watch
before going on to another town.It 11 o'clock in St. Marks Episcopal
the draperies venetia:a The Brooker State Market plat- do lose out on the crop. practicallyall
wasn't long before their rep- Church. Rev. R. E. MacBlain, rec- Tornadoes play undefeated Sea- :
Beach. Thean.t..rabs |l' blinds and wall paper were burn I- form is piled high with bags oft : they've lost is their time.
utation was so well established 'or. officiated assisted by Rev. breeze of Daytona '
ed in the fire which he though. both Pontiac (red) and Sebagop 4rJ
md the volume of their business I "'rt' i Yerkes Interment was at won 55-42. but the' "And that's the only thing we
1 was caused by a defective lam i white I seed potatoes, and also I I1 "
grew to the extent that they set 2'30 o'clock Friday afternoon Tornadoes" made a real battle of :. :. got plenty of! they sa)'.
1 cord. "It just messed up the liv-1 I with stack after stack of 6-8-8
up a permanent stuJio in Starkea in Evergreen Cemetery Jacksonville it through three full quarters and : fer-1 I But as a point of interest let's
ing room in general," he said. tihzer (containing two units of
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small frame building where I with arrangements in charge were leading by one point when follow the seed and fertilizer from
The carried water in !-. magnesium).
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girls pan
.he Starke Telephone Co. now "f He Witt C Jones Funeral they" lost both starting guards I the railroad car and the market
and threw it on the flames t,o Some farmers have !
already
stands. In 1903 they built the Home. just before the end of the third j;' piatform and see what happens.
extinguish the tlaze before th e'" I planted, like Everett A. Gainey, j
brick building at the corner of Pallbeaiers wee John H. Pow- period. Seabreeze beat the Tornadoes -!! I When he is ready to plant. with
who likes
always
truck arrived to plant early,
'all and Cherry Streets which ell. J R. Bullington. W. H. Gra on the free throw line as the beds already made up three
while others are getting the land
was to remain headquarters for I ham. A. J. Thomas Sr Ben Row- each team connected on 15 field I and one-half feet apart each
ready, or just waiting for the'
Hoover Bros. Studio until the re- I land and E L. MatthewsKeystone eoals. but the visitors sank 25rbiritv Plane Spotters right "sign." grower takes a crew to the plat-

; tosses to 12 for the Tor- ]'i form and the
Asked To Prepare To the question. isn't it too dry potatoes are cut b>

Bank nadoes. to plant now? they shrug their hand. The cutters have a sharp

Funeral FridayFor Coach Andrews' girls also had For Big AlertA shoulders and say they'll have tos ( knife securely fastened on a stoolin POTATO I'LA.NTEPw, drawn by deisel-powered tractor nn farm oft

To Open MondayIn had luck Saturday night when gamble on getting a rain to sprout front of them and they draw : .\. (jainf')' at Rrooker it driien by Will Ito ....... Riding the
alert i
D. T. Clark lost to Lake City (there) I national emergency the potato the blade.
they through No
planter are Freddy
and
the seed and Rogers 1.I..1t'1
New BuildingThe Feb. 1 which will rEquire ,. grow the crop. Johnny time photo wastaken
coming
heartbreaking 6S-6* came for up attempt is made to have at least
Funeral services for PT I the efforts of all ci'ide\ ,_ However, this potato planting at about 60 acres of Irish potattc., had been planted. and another
their first loss of the season."tricklsnd's two "eyes" in each seed piece, as I
I
'lark, 66. who died suddenly at Kevstone State Bank at ; 31 points along with <', (ease volunteers, Mrs. Maria:r. Brooker is only half a gamble fort growers did years ago. but instead 35; were still to be done.

us home in Miami Tuesday morning Keystone Heights will be open for Howe. CD supervisor said las;, the planters because they are
Prevail 21. were not quite the seed is cut into uniform piecesof
will b<- held this afternoon ., business in its new building on enough to overcome Lake City. I week in urging plane spotters t 0 working on this plan: A producet about 11-2 ozs. two men who ride on the planter market outlook, despite the fa i

Friday I 3 oVIock in the DeWitt I awrence Boulevard Monday, Jan concern is furnishing the seed and that he
at I I Tuesday nicM I here the locals i i attend a meeting at the cour The keep the seed dropping throughthe made 400 bushels to theacre
cut seed and fertilizer
23 M. Watson Hardenberg. cashier I the fertilizer. which it is estimated are
.T. ,
C >nes rh.pel. Interment house at 7:30 p. m.. Jan. 23 last year."I .
with Callahan. the eirIt'innnv = hopper.
split
then hauled to the field and the
,'iIi f.III.I10 Crosby Lake Ceme- announcedesterday.: I RS. to ?9 and the bovc "We need adults in this program ,. costs about $125 per acre. In may be wrong" he said. "andI
Plans for formal andi turn, the furnishes thet potato planter is loaded. This rig. Later after the seed sprouts, and
: a opening grower
'eiv, Officiating minister will ,,;., 6652.The Mrs. Howe said. The coming hope I am, but I look for potatoes
which puts out seed about S to 10 dusting or and cultivating -
i open house on Feb. 12 will be land, labor, equipment, insecti- spraying to sell for
will tha $1.50 thi
.e Rev Charlton Stevens of theF.t announced later. j I j girls had little troubleeainin the tower operation be attended require 21 hour's cides. and then digs the potatoes the plants grow. there will be but these are routine opera- season." a bag -

Methodist ChurchMr. The' new 32 x 7S ft. building is i:i ? their victory as th%1 daily. More information will bgiven e and hauls them to the market inches apart, or the rate of 12 to tions and they occasion little worry Green maintains that it I 'st-

Clark. a retired state of red brick construction and cost I I v'snow'1'I'1I1rl not core with about this alert over th e platform. The crop is then divid- 13 bags of seed to the acre also that much to raise the spuds. 30

1 Coach Arrtipw* fast. accurateshooting ed on a 50-50 basis. puts out fertiliser at the rate of Right the is
:: forward a"rt the shm : Growers like this two bags of plant food to each lack of
: Attack. He is survived by vault equipment. Key Sargent Volunteers cannot get a car d : arrangement.t enough moisture in the soil. his way this year.
> was the contractor. i i defense of the Bradford *"-n! r<1" i;, ) say they do not have to risk bag of seed, or at the rate of Later on, when the plants beginto However
MIwidow.. Mrs. Ruth Wainwright until they have attended at leas',t last year Brookergrowers ;
New services that will be offered Sanria Pt'-'okland' nnurf'fi through their scarce cash for expensive about 2500 Ibs. to the acre "make" then the growers will! did .
three one training program, Mrs. hIo'xsaid e very well with pn e.
' ( 'ifk. and brothers Bishop to the public will include a 34 points to pace her tenmmnp: seed and fertilizer and that furthermore As two rows are planted at a start worrying about the market'for '.
H around
- L Gbson is slated to r(' ranging $3.50 per bag- arm!
'iark of Perry. anj Drew and G drive-in window and night depository t.i victory! while forward: < .I*""* reive wines: at the Monday nigh I,7: if it comes to the worst time, and the tractor moves at a their crop. needless to say they are hoping I

1'1! irk of T.itnpi r..i th.-y make no from the pretty good speed. the is One
\1! .11 ,, money planting of the growers. Leslie that history will
l"hn< >n .iddeil! I:2 i.i; .Tirk-.f 0! r.ln: repeat it.el!!
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TTTTTTYYTTTTTTYTYTTYTTT1MAXV1LLE Mi.- Gazelle Sweat. Tuesday. D J Pairish fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY I'XfiE TUO 1'1:11) \ 1 .I \:Mli\ !,I 1>10,. ;
We are glad to that Mr? -
editorialVirginia :MiJoyce: Schmehls and lepon
diughter.! Diane of Jacksonville Lonnie Harris is getting better HEILBRONN I{ l a- '.'.a on Sunday" and \\tdr.i--- H.incv S:aljm. 1. i irv: .
visited with her mother, Mrs after being seriously ill all last ,lay nights; is the church So whv"nt i-H Poultry Show in I.., aThen ..., \
week. tome. iiit and \\'or'hlpnth .
b, ,
Janie; Higginbotham, Tuesday. non ? i '
:.Mrs.
Jy f. li. :NoUnMi
l'\ !nti..tnn'I "' !
Makes An Effort l!<'\ upper HeldA Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Mooie .ind! NonuulIALL 11-" t1!:t>!l xhite nolo..;., : .; ,
II. L. Earlton Beach Tat ("tosfcv is stiil on the
l1111 LAl lIIV LL U box and son, of visited II'. t i
supper tacky party
Mrs. Dorothy Waters and "a'k: list He was taken back toSt 1
The people of Virginia are launching an exerlnl'nt and Mr- Lyle Smehl and was held at the Maxville Civic family last Tuesday. fuifetni* good' id 1tthl": Luke's Hospital Wednesdayit IIi1

), ; with their school system which iias daughter, Diane were guess of Club! Saturday night, Jan. 14 Mrs. Ed Harris and family and ( u'l pet hrukrn, hut gues'heiell -.- last week I DIRT I! l
Mr. and Mis EuforU Higginbot Some very pretty boxes were dIsplayed be more : toilow [ I
national importance and significance. Mrs Arthur Wilkinson :spent <> It. Wade Gaskins of Miami oat,
ham and family last Sunday. and also some good food Not much
Uy: a vote of two to one, alert Virginians have served in them. Mrs. Gazelle Tuesday with :Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. glowing in our community here part of last week. GOOD RICH '
Boots Harris, son of Mr. and Nolan and family.Mr. except strawberries, :Mr.: and Mrs. M Beach of Jai k-
.lutiiorUed a state constitutional convention for Mrs. N. H. Harris injured his Sweat won the prize for the green and
shiubbery. Every- sonville weekend of
and Mrs. Jack Waters and were guests
the avowed purpose of finding a way whereby foot in a fall at the woodpile last tackiest outfit. family of Jacksonville visited Mrs. thing is hurt very badly Many Mrs. Deloris Carmichael.The TOP SOILSee !

that state can avoid full compliance with the de- week and had to miss some Friends of :Mis. J, C. Nolan Dorothy Waters and family last greens will\ go to seed before they Freeman Crosbys of Tampa ,
vision of the Supreme Court of the United States school will regret to learn that she is Saturday. can grow out enough from the visited relatives here last !I

that racial !segregation: in the public schools is We were sorry to hear that ill at her home and wish for hera Mr. and Mis.: Bud Waters and cold to be harvested Berries will weekend. BILL !
JACKSON
unconstitutional.' : Frances Cell has a dislocated speedy recovery. children of Jacksonville visited be slow coming into production County Agent G. T. Huggins J
A commission of distinguished citizens of Virginia bane in her leg and is having Mrs. Nell Parrish, Jo Ann and Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family because Of the ,cold dry weather was in our community last Friday Jackson Transfer Company'

worked many months on the plan which ti, use crutches. Patty Parrish and Jewel Higgin Saturday. Camellias are dropping their getting chickens from 4-II Phone 165 I \

would authorize a convention to amend their Patty Parrish, Hilly and Bobby botham were visitors in Starke Mr and Mrs. Bill Robinson are buds. Club members, Gerald and Clifford -
Nolan and Mrs. C. B. Nolanwent last Saturday. moving to Jacksonville this week. The warmest place to be found :Norman, Rudolph Sapp and !
constitution to permit public funds to be used for .
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on a combined business and Mr and Mrs. Sam Hicks of There will be a family reunion
tuition in private schools. pleasure trip to Starke last Tues Lawtey visited Mr. and Mrs. Dan at the home of Mrs Dorothy i

Virginia's action is certainly not without precedent day. Parrish Sunday afternoon. Waters Sunday for the A. L.Rchberg .

in U. S. history. It is raising from long Mr and Mrs. Floyd Hall and }Ir. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and family. -

disuse the time-honored issue of state versus: Mrs J. C. Carter of Jacksonville family visited Mr. and Mrs. Bu- {'nionr..lin: HeldA -

federal authority an issue which once roused Wi're'isitors here in Maxvilk ford Higginbotham Sunday afternoon Union Meeting was held at ;r.' -

our forefathers to intense: feeling and drastic last Friday. the Maxville Baptist Church Sun- '-" _._...'t: "' ,....
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Mrs. Randolph Crosby entered Mr. and Mis C. B Nolan were day afternoon anil Monday night .. ,

action St Vincent's Hospital in Jack- visitors in Macclenny Monday.Mrs. for the Intermediates and the .t.' .., '; -
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As pointed out by Washington correspondent Young People with Bro Lester YOU'RE '
( sonville Monday morning for a Gazelle Sweat, Mrs. Laura !< sJ\..
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Joseph t'. Harsch. the protesting Virginians are couple days' observation and Chilson. Mrs. Bertha Harris and Taggert Ii'a..hingTen attendedthe ', -. ....'. ..
their from the Virginia and Kentucky Mrs. Sunday meeting and 16 attended ; '
text Lucille
taking tieatmnt. Griffis worked on the l ::Monday night. SO s9AR ._.t' ":
"resolves" IT'JS! when the men of those states Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and library books at the Maxville ""''.

were in revolt! against the Alien and Sedition Acts son, David, visited in Jacksonville school house Tuesday. 7

passed by the federal Congress. Thomas Jeffer- Saturday evening Buster Butler of Middieburgvisited ON. -I em-\J.I. Hall IVint Pen

-OM wrote the Kentucky resolves which called on We are glad to heal that Glenn Mindav with Mi' andrr': Refill ..it.. any pen. 4fe! Bradford
other states to join Kentucky in voiding those Sego was able to return to school [1:1'1: 1''M-l!, :n!<,
laws and in requesting their repeal. The Virginiaresolves Monday after several days tunes !
Friends of Miss Minnie I. .. _......__ ..I'f .. ..
went further and suggested the existence ---- 0'- --- "' -_ .-*. \. h
Coleman will be glad to L".u n
+of a constitutional right inherent in a state to that she has improve from h," WP

"interiMe" its authority between that of its allegedly recent illness and was ablf ,

persecuted citizens and the federal government return to school this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Avery Slade uu!
Rut Florida-made here and 'NcJ
This so-called right of "interposition" has been family of Hampton visited will r. ? 9 9f 9st ing sportswear ik'w- +
invoked several times since then in various states Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lucas and fame I P q I j"urejou of perfect di-s-ign use-tesled in 1" .

when there existed a strong local revulsion !ly Sunday.Mr. }1ori.Lt': casualunny living. Andou"ll be >ix !I
anti Mis. Charles McCiisiSi
against federal action.Of monthnhfud !Urduthis inter'- fo..Arum in
and children will I'aThursJay
course, it is freely admitted that the pro- for a ten-day vacation m Ken Florida *el I next --unum-r'-'Il'
posed l action in Virginia is purely experimental. t ueky ,

No one knows how it would work out in practice, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Chilsot \ou 11! tiiult. .* of other! bargains hats in .

but at least it is a plan and therefore it seemsto and family were business visitorsin -peeiahiewhere Florida manufacturer lead Ara ,,,

us, infinitely preferable to the "watchful waiting Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. t4 a t -|>ortequipment( (>oats and }iuiating gear, tropic
course that has been pursued by Florida's and Mrs. D. B. Griffis amdaughter
dna \cities and exotic fruits and "
dinner pit? rare ,
officialdom to date. While we're watching and Karen, were 1
guests at the Morris House in t onfrctkui* to name only a few. So Five a Jail y
waiting, there are strong forces at work that are
not content to be so passive For evidence of Macclenny Sonny Boy Sunday." Griffis spent Sun Which Triplet Trades At Koch's? to >our prune Luc FLORIDA' ,ry. 4 '

their effectiveness one has only to read! the day night in Jacksonville! with!

daily press Day by lay the stand against Glenn Jones. The middle guy. And why? Because our

segregation is being weakened, while the best Mr. and Mrs. Henry Griffis and 1d

that Florida's supposed leaders have been able daughters and Mr. and Mrs. EB low, low prices means that you can still be

to come up with is a suggestion that they're Griffis and daughter visited

"studying" the problem.The the Highland Zoo Sunday after in the market for quality merchandise, despite -

Florida Constitution under Article XII noon.
Mr. and Mis. Joe Lucas hadas ff14..M
Section 12. reads as follows: "White and colored their guests Saturday night the shrinking buying power of the

children shall not be taught in the same school Mr and Mrs. Tommy Thomas.

but impartial provisions shall be made for both." Mr. and Mrs. George Pheil, Mr' once almighty dollar. Some items are as

We are firmly convinced that the vast majority and Mrs. Simeon Phillips and Mi

of our citizens of both races are in complete agree- and Mrs. Claude Greene. scarce as hen's dentures but we can still

ment with this provision and would prefer thatit Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wellhausen N1,

remain that way. ': were business Monday.Mr. visitors iiJacksonville offer a pleasing selection. Check today's ..

It is high' time that Floridians abandon their"I
C. B. Nolan and
and Mrs. for
guess it's inevitable, but let's don't rush it" sons visited in Jacksonville FII- specials proof.KOCH'S.

attitude and give more thought to the ancient day and Saturday nights.

doctrine of interposition. Virginia's plan mightnot The Maxville Teen Age, Club

be the best, and it might not work out in held a meeting at the Civic Club
last Thursday afternoon and DRUG STORE Buy betl-dretied cosuo/s six months ahead
practice but at least it would will be a powerful rM
this
in its citizens from planned to go on a hay rule
weapon to use preventing night. ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLED
being forced into a situation against their will coming Little Saturday David Parnsh. stn ", ttOfta

Mr. and Mis. D. J. Pal fish. ha> L


Can't Blame The TrainsIt been Mr.ill and fo Mrs.several Deane days.Hill spent G.I: '::: ::: .0.. '::.: ;oJtjc: __' :'_,,: '* i..... __'.:: __'t:..,;: "/ FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY i
the weekend in Waycross.
was just another woods fire, and here in visiting Mr. and Mrs. T M Me

Bradford County, .elsewhere: in Florida, such Quaig and daughters. ....A
.awcgaes.ae.-a. 0, 'e ywYww cm rwaa a .. a"I.P aD+'a+ax waw aoo y a a cew R aa ear aaa$".+ "mwq"6 awrar'rla9haa '
; i. *
y V9 v. a a +++ a.a naaor ev 8w.
a >
sights are all too common at this time of year. HirtUd.iy SUI'I"rMrs. at ,, d qe JKa.

the road ahead leading to Hampton Deane Hill entertained qa;, ,' oq}, PM, mx a >g'0a '4 a # tva ,,, a;. ,
But it blurred a.7 a
ya R diMk .aaaterawa.dw uaaYam+ !a xa"'e. qOApaDa>ysaaaoNe;. ; . MF ,' xase
her home List Thursday night. w.g'. ( .v +Wa. edsroYecvto naa{ >o1 i !rha, wat'R a.aJ,> apaem .7,6 ''xis. a.a w.av.>nwaa.raaa..was. a ad A .. .. iy.. ptlA: ,,, ,,," 5'Rkaa S.xa0ify. .
Y'wt'pM11 rx u1tpa0o y >a
fire
and thinking of Florida's disgraceful forest Jan 12. with a delightfully planned wr'hAaae. ,p akFR.n", a. am.yq ww 'a. 'a x 0'+.+faw i 'im a neae9 o>af aa kNb.ba rAR a/a a a a aa' ,
P1Mad F'yagopp E iro toyha..'00w"gOyaVm>NW>oeAPUZOOdoyoaae a a .u PPaw.r 6 4 fh ,' '
record (worse in the nation) we stopped! to question honoring her >
birthday supper A m'aa a > a+exrBe' ad4okPaoY YwR
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N B olio- Afi
A M a'aPe 0' e 6s IX'w'3' a 0awe'ae w .pya n a W/ NMa
the firefighters who now had the blaze under husband, Deane Hill, and friend, aa adf&aNA 'g N %r 10on 9Ym a.aMRna A1.a roo w o .Ma2w'aY&.YZt 9 Ka., "a u'wetl "a Hkak4aral, ':ey 0Y6a.a+, kpk
WP m :$ & 7ir Y
a &a j $ r
their ", yq"+ + a e aaaealbwr aeao .M+AaooPoa w ? "* V. control. How had it started? Mrs. F. W. Dennis Sr., on k9w'W p w ray X, u6 %w c > w x-aa9.b.3aoex?+Wwo rBr AFa-xjfe e m'Ya >.' .
,, Q' kwiwwtagl 1W kNaW .
yA1 00f 22ft0'1S
/dl8 t 'ORO /
served! >Tix a AI PRM.OPeklaj.'y a i.h ., 4.d ,y4 C, yg''
KW'Oe ? yy
The pulpwood company employee said latterly : hirthdav. The supper was coatt ,; aka' wA.' >aae? aaa w s.i y ao/x exaxeAS.aoaaam./ 4M6JK4frM.aC x v 4 &MM-K 4W W( iOMMv.JMtt< c.M 4)a M.Jf'ttOi4'4W9l<***$. >Caia.ro M**we*( xr"a .,.
"They're: starting them all the time start bv candlelight and afterwards the m ve ,y'a' 7abZ+R a t awe ewewr$ swsbn& %&s&-. $?sy*?? .
naaNsssst-fflrs 'rWJ1a.v.
them t along! the railroad track and then blame pretty pink and white birthday ) a 1 n e aaevewm tkwaaap *A* A c.weNp'a- +1+' 'w iYfvaue paqa do PYel dA n
cake was cut and served. Those x I'9" r tM@t .i a aYxW oo> aoY OAava kM qy kA lavx '
F meoa.awmw4 Fa o .a/;
the trains with Mr. 'fi > < t k+ AuMeun M % 1Yaapkswxw ,,a' 'r. MrAaRwr&sS.rNUg> : a'
this occasion a a .kdtey4jAta % you Na se
Did he and his crew have many such fire to enjoying Hill and Mrs. Dennis %2pw+1y. P '"% QV Y ; ae ww.'A deW A u. > adpypwpa.a'o '' iAn.a gnt nags.
and Mrs. ) a \ d Mb
fkat a ?
aaM "
tight were E. W. Dennis Sr., Mr. and >* a 'haw r

"Thret or four a day. It keeps: us on the go. Mrs L. B Rushing and son of

trying; to keen them under control. The woodsare Maxville, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken- ,
and J. J. Robinson -
terribly dry. neth C. Coycc r >
He excused! himself and raced off as a smoldering of Cecil Field. awl

part of the woods burst into fresh flame. ITA :MeetingThe + 1
Still thinking about the terrible waste of thatOa"l'c Daniel Boone PT.11I.t at 'tias uX
the school Wednesday, Jan. 11,
tract of timber, later in the day we meta
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at 2:30 p. m. Mrs Jo; M. Feaglewas I
railroad engineer and asked how many fires elected program chairmanand

are caused by trains. Mis Dora Byrd, welfare ............... f
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"Hack in the old days the steam locomotive did chairman, to serve out the balancef
there isn't school term. Mrs. Laura .
Cause a lot. he said "Hut today a this
in Florida. The only a fire Chilson was elected to serve as '
steam locomotive way f6' ,., -,..,,
can start from a train now is from sparks when x-cietary upon the resignation of ',.. '. ,"
Mr.s Ida litre: Gnffis. who will be 'rYOU'RE ,
the \brakes are applied" and that wouldn't happen unable to attend the meetings for rcr.raiwtr '...aumtrAa ice', 1R'S ", w'Lc_

once in a blue moon. the balance of the school year.
This opinion i is backed up by figures released The next regular meeting will beheld

l hy the Florida Board of Forestry which show Wednesday F -b. 8 We urge

that railroads cause only two j>er cent of woods all parents t,, attend these meet
MONEY AHEAD WHEN YOU BUY NOW !
fires. Other causes are: brush burning 20 percent

: smoking. 13 per cent : camping, two perCent ings.Little Stanley Padgett, son of
Mr and Mrs William Padgett: is
; working in the woods, two per cent; other

tauses. 10( per cent. Only about six per cent of will ill again soon be and well we hope that he This is the time of your life to own the car of your life !

all the 42.200} woods fires in Florida last year Mrs. J. C. Nolan and children
were caused by lightning. The vast majorityof visited Mrs. Nolan's mother, Mrs. Get the fun and pleasure of owning a luxurious KING-SIZE DODGE

them of deliberately set. in Jacksonville -
course, are Arthur Wilkinson.
CORONET through the winter months without paying a penny more !
It is also pointed out that unburned timberland last Tuesday.Mrs. .

produces an average growth of 175 board Doss Higpnbotham went

feet annually, while burned land produces only back to Jacksonville to her doc- New'56Value

.'?."> hoard feet in the same }period Bradford tor last Friday. We are glad that wait till Spring? The buy of your life SOMETHING BIG

County i is one of the leading pulpwood and timber and she is hope improving that she right will along soon now be 1 IWhy Dodge Coronet 2 right now This 3 HAPPENEDINTHE

producing counties in the :state, and anything that well the same KlXG-SlZE DODGE: LOW PRICE FIELD!

cuts production down by SO per cent is i had fort Miss Mickey Godwin of Jacksonville high! rt'Salt''alue in years CORONET puts you money This full-size, full-styled ,

Ill' county's economy. visited Misses June and to come, whether you buy ahead in bigness, style and full-powered 1956 Dodge D aD GE

Every person in Bradford County should use Shirley Higgmbotham Sunday.Mr. right now or wait till features. It gives you more Coronet is priced down with

extreme caution when usingcontrllHl'l1 burningor and Mrs. Denver Godwin Spring. So it doesn't cost length and luxury than any the small cars And it brings

when starting a fire of any kind for any pur and family of Jacksonville visited you a dime more to own car near its price. Your you the "Magic Touch" of
Mr. and
If all of us who feel a sense of responsibility Mr Godwin's parents, and this beautiful Dodge push-button driving
pose. :Mrs. Jim Godwin, Sunday. enjoy big, present car may never s -- lender of t//> Forward LooJcDod
toward property belonging to another follow this We regret to learn that Mrs I car during January: bring such a high tradeinas : : Surest, safest, easiestway -,

}practice, the number of costly fires in this countycan :\t'11i1'11kinson's father Mr. February, March and April. it will right noir on a new to drive you've ever

be drastically reduced. Paircloth. is iJat\ his home on They're bonus month,. '56 Dodge. known! Don't delay!

May Hill

j'x. -, : -.........,. ...1.11i..o-:: .::?: ..-.. : .............t 11.J..i. THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH sonvilleisited with her son-in- ;>? Dealers' present 1 Danny Thomas in ''Mae Rrcm'or: Daddv: Bert Parks m "6rea, tne Bank," The Laurence Welk Sho*-all!! on A8C-TV

EST 1879 law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.

FLORIDA'S OLOtST WEEKLY KEWSPAPER ,\. C. Nolan, several clays last '
veek.Mr. Brothers Motor Co.PLYMOUTH

. @ UNDER PUBLISHED THE SAME OMINOUSLY MASTHEAD scent. Sunday and Mrs.in Jacksonville James Coleman. Hardy .

! '">? Mr and Mrs Buddy Brown-

1 'I >. .it M .RT' >..> AND E1' ,M 'HE POST OFFICE AT STARKE." FLORIDA UNDER M'" clon.i; HiL-ainb.ith.ii: ;
r -t T it MARCH 3, 1879 .,
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20 1956 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEfiKAI'H. STARKE. rLOUrDA I'tta I I HUt !r
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In The Circuit ('<>nr( of llrailfordi .
tnlrvnt..rr.rrnn chett have: been placed to catch: William E. and .iau hter. Betty en of Gaml's\1l1e. iint> Florida: In 4 ba.crrt > ---

the prnny-a-vote ball.rt.: ; at lusi- Jean; his parents :,rr. and Mis.t Also a brother. Roy Harrison ..-.- No. iii-it--: ;. -- -- -
t half-bi'other, J. J. I'I n..i i lrn..III.l: 1 : 'i\. i l.: ,., i f-: = .
BAYLESS HMAYIS \ : ness plates in the district. Atj i Frank Abernathy, ah of Ocala; Sarasota; a ts. t ;" ''f"":. \\'. t' ':I. .t .d. 1'..(. .I.ants. ,'!- ( -- -

Ramp ton elementary schoc', and two sisters Mrs Pearl; Rey- Lauimore of Highland; two sui- i ,:> -a- f.ati.i! ;Yhtitt ltfit*j\- i."," Order of ruhlicalinn and Nuliee t. !.
card s to fill with dimes, and mi'1lature nolds of Jacksonville, and :Mrs. ters Mrs. Lenora Conger, Port ,i Appear; 'I lie Male of Florida '!'.: .. -- :'" ""JII't !3. :4twarJS.mme: + > Amu Ruth ('ro.>l"y1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAA crutches for sale are helping II. :M. Wasdin of Graham. St Joe; and Mrs. Mary Mules i!, r;It ..i' /ire \\ r,.1"! .J.UOI J..hi.-
i! Mirc. .\. JotmJnhn I'arl.y. C :
to boost the March of Dime j' Roberts Funeral Home of Oca- Gainesville and 20 grandchildren. M. 1'ail.v. Hcnn M Hoeh! .1.,. ,' I Tt et'J w ..n :
i Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery It'I; limn, it ali\ 'he pl..." of TidetKe - .rI'
funds. | la was in charge of arrangements, of ",(.'h of whom is unkn u n.and I
H.anl Mi.Malcolm Gal- LuTt
The Mothers' :March: on Polio with Marvin Faile, pastor of Gainesville, with DeWitt C. I it dead thetf to the. unkr>..uii rlji JJnn1t' t1 : t ; J4fi! i
iitciith.ml son of St. Augustine Jones in charge. hens, devisees, grant <>. eredu! .i-I Y r
.swit of last week in our will be conducted throughout they i Hampton Baptist Churl offi- and other person claiming allY 1'- (' :.. $-b 4" "U1tJ .A :
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; part ". ":
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Hampton-Graham-Theressa area ciating at the burial service. Mrs E L. Dirt will be hostessfor tlrt"t in or to the hereinafter d-! "" ,
.-.-,- Mi-s. Galbrath and Paul scribed lands by. through, unJ. r
>1.I\'t* been sick ever since Christ- on Tuesday, Jan. 31 to close the :Mr. Ol.i 11. fWt-n Dies Hampton Baptist WMU members j i' avai..tach such decea-.td, al'I .
at her home near Hampton i all ptrsons ha'inul' ilain.inir a: '
drive 1950.:
ni.ts anti hadn't been able to at- for Funeral services wore held interest in the following! der' '" d i
Models for week's fashion Monday in Gainesville for Mrs. i tonight <( ul church.Ve were glad to have last ; O'clOCk'l
Florida,
to-wit
be Mrs. E. : A&P
ht-ni back Sunday. Hev. Galbraith show included children's fall \nJ O'a Harrison Cowen, 54, former. Cohostessill Hicks will be lte!;innin? at the Intersect"', '' : y; Wedge-Cut Sharp
re&u'ent' died Saturday Ien.Irs.. Charles the North line of rail i tr".'t M
-, hiAtur of Baylesa: liway Church winter fashions, Gail Saxon, Cliff Hampton wnc I .
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the "We the West line of Cherry Sir :
,rill h>> and his family hope to Slade Melody May Wendy Hill, ; at her home in Gainesville ,, in charge of program the City of Starke. Ki..; .

,:,0rlose to the church soon. Elaine Lovorn, Ardel. Brannen alter! a long illness. | Give Thee stewardship.But Thine Own emphasizing 'I North theme line run of Westerly Call Street along t .' > t1, A ; CHEDDAR CHEESE

Mrs. A. C Ellis and :Mrs. Floyd Brenda Lott Sharon Cain, Joyce Born in Blountolc'.vn, Mrs.' j distance of 55 feet then' i .
Conklin, Kathy Conklin Vicky : Cowen tin''! K. Watterson has been very j \ortheriy and parallel to ci. T
lived m :
Hampton for I ,
Crosby attended the WMU Rally ( Street for a di taiue of 4' t. '
:it the First Baptist Church in ::Mosher Diane Starling and years p.ior to moving to Gainesville -! ill at his home in Hampton, but thence run Easterly and paiall., : .
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week. Visiting to Call Street for a distan. .r
is much improved this I
Frances Lott.Modeling in 1941'rtlvors ,
trke last Wednesday.Miss 22 feet theme run XortherU ivi /2-lbCut IftC 1'lbCut
children's spring fash- S at the Wattersons is :\trs.Yatterson's parallel to Cherry Street f"r aditan.e
Ardelia Hall: of Jackson- include ncr hUSb2nd'l brother Willie Git- I of 5\1\ : feet. tbtiue ri SIP! SSCJ
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An- \
ions Lou Gnann at
\ lir. part of last weekend were Mary A N Cowen; two dau: V.. Kasterly and parallel to t' -U o
spent Packham Craw- of Richmond, Va. Street for a dl tan"" of 33 f.'et t tte
ne Donna Faye man
(I .
Evelyn of and : .
urh Miss Joyce Crosby. Perry Hampton West line of I'h"rrt... tthence
ford and Debbie Hicks. Mrs. Edith Chasen Bruce of Markalee Norman was home in run Southerly along; 1W."I l .
Mr and Mis. Dewey Wood of bridal and line of Cherry Stre-1 I'''' .1 i
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party was composed with Mrs. Norman
.ln ksonville Sunday with i( Gainesville; four p-daughters. Hampton distance of ti.".tg felt to the I"-iiit ION( A till. i liiiu H.il\ i' SliPEACHES \ ''
spent of Mrs Milton :Misner: bride; !; last weekend, from
I Mrs. Betty Osborne. Mrs! Jeanette daughters of Crgurning:
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the II. B. Kellys. Helen attendant Nell th..t ;: .; 14-oz I
Kelly, ; Dykes and Mrs. Tressi-j; Dykes Camp Gordon. Ga. \oii are hereby notlrieil can 27c
The met at the suit has 1 I.e.'n filed against > 'ni in Dandy Quick
young people Crews flower girl; and Emory:, all of Gainesvil'e, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton ,, tin al.o100mit'd( Court and <...11'.

Dora.h1: Prevail, ring bearer. | Ursula Riley of Davtonleach: left last week for McLean Va. to wherein the relief sought! i1- to it-i- .\ \I': Nil: : i.ii ( ;r.TIJ &: White!
lal.Ji-h. art confirm plain:
Ann Newmans for a Wearing women's fall and win- ': r son. E. V. Ch\: l'n, wh) moved visit Mr*. Melton's parents before titli. to quirt and laiuls as a fee simiil'.
I',a.t lasr: Saturday night. About ter fashions were Miss Barbara' till", and: to laiuel of recordour i: ASPARAGUS 14-oz can 31ct
*
duty
from Hampton t ti "Ijt.ni-sville; : Ins: Mr. Melton left for overseas ad\eisi ilaiins:!] and 10 perniaiuntlvtnjoin G ITS
this af- '
.0') young people enjoyed Matchett, Mrs. Maywood Mosher .
"ii fr..m .1.rtinif .uh'
sten--on Cv )
year; and a C. A. \th the Anvv
:in- :Mrs. Joan Hicks, and Mrs. Dot hum-. .....1 :j.i,!. .ii"' '. ,1,1 to ap-. It IN.1 ;:: veil-Iisin:'
Newand v ---- ----- ----- -- ]Mar ina,,01 '' 'LIt t and *',HIan '.'. : ; .
Eiland. 1\"' .1 "p\' r \ "in" a* '\\ er ori S lb 10 lb"c
'r.I\, > --'iving as chaperones. fashions model Id.!, \.1:1: c' :1" Co'i'.a. | : in ..n tt". mmANN" 33c ,
Spring were
,. ., '. 11 1
l'hI11"! v : "' I' j 11.k ;u-\ \ lb PkC
Inn'' target dumb services, I by Mrs. Grace Searie. Li td!.i Lw- MAKE YOUR EARNINGS _II( A''! ol\\r"-- ,- .--:,irk- 2-
'. j. '.1.I .I'i i1! : I" h i" Ir.i ..ntl HId I 1.i:11.ENIEDS : 1:' :
\ BTU ::
-I- \ SMi.Mil. and every om, Norma Childs Mis. M'.r.rir''tCrawford .
: 'V t'l 1. v .I I i' rciiti.
,r'.i\: : PI.IMT:' Meetingeach Ruth S.blev, !:r"n'1! i DOA : ', Iri'" .. tti'. 11 I diy. I Y R U P 24-or bottlei. ;
1 i'0.\ -V\ 'I" .ll-
\':. :'r" .1 iiht! ; Sue Hinson Winnie I.e' D tv.MvMrs. \ ., In1i ---- -- .
; i] noi.: int xi i il! --

..?f TYTTYTTf.Y.*. ..Y...V'HAMPTON Sylvia Cox and dns-iV"! '..I... ., i!01 l.j"i.!..- n "pulili-t cii! ....T .\ :>: \ l!1'1'. f !K.i;: \ \1'rc.imyMAY8HMAISE!
Shannon, Miss Lillian \\ il.lm1.11iss .
cloubeThe ,\,, I X I;,..' f'.I''ollnlC'l.-, !, bottle i
Norma .T. ->n Jon ; >"nirl-\ I : : I : qt 47ci
.' I Tomato
\ t I! W-J-.I' .''' A&P Fancy
Merrill Carolyn rhunln--Il ;.in I "I ...1 'nn'> I
Mrs. Mavwood )lo-:- 11'1.,1, I .1 I !I'I 1 i 'I.i s. .. I''"' ,tar. ..i i I-:! m i(1(1,( II( i hUt: MIX! : l-Vr !
I '
fly Mrs. I U. t:. Hill daughter Maria Jean.Shower ''''', \I"I. s>:.\L) I
HonorSirs.. Sfc .leMrs. job I 'q., .' '. -V Itarl.y.k I fF PIE CRT 2 9.07 pkgs 33c !
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMan I'\: \ of til.' Circuit Cilll't ofI J
Vernon Slade Ir. vaguest : I r ..11..1 t.1 County, Florida! U m
'h of Dimes Minstrel of honor Thursday! evenins.! '- 1:13 4t i '1 r.i.iT, I ri.A'ii : ;IANI: : H

Thursday Jan. 2G Jan. 12, at a bridal .-li-wier in money you earn must ")1 11"": TO tri'RtIC BLACKBERR ES Mb can 23c
In rireult Cvuri. llruillont Taunt
Itchfti.-als: underway forMI 1 1I. I Hampton city hall. Hosles' e.s for current .
are pay expenses. I'liirMa: In I harrr? 46-oz Can C
the occasion were Mrs .1. W. 1.-5 G: Kddy. ,.... Plaintiff \ -.
Iart'h Dimes minstrel
/ of i I 21 \MIITi.! i: ilttl-'I'. HrvX"in-Kit: I INSTANT
Home, Mrs. Lester Piade. :Mrs\ Some of it should also \'n\+ I r: Eddy, Di-f.'ndant.
now m Hampton next week, ash Case Xo. lO-ir.4'-

.' total collected to date for the!|i Avory Slade and Mrs. Elvio Rig- be applied to your \.*T.Mary llrr Tn \iriir Jo:. Eddy, whose reiil 11 L It 91 2-0Z can 23e

..IIIrearhed $74.25 toward the I don.Game < 'in'e ami address i Unknown

$l;;, ) district goal. prize was won bv Mrs future need for ready .... ..JI.cash. nun Von for1'Ivorce are hereby notmed that a :Nl'TI.r.V{ : ( ',..1!,t'.d! t (lda'h'I'-!

Griffin. Refreshnv"i!< .
Wesley ;
After a good turn-out for lastwiek'.s When cash each J-Ib etn
were served following opening of you ha. l..-rn filed against you in the Lesueur Very Young MARGARiEVICoIIcl 17e
fashion show Miss BettyOurhllg more named ''..un and I"IHan"
chairman of this district !I gifts. paycheck some of the >.ou are required to verve a ropv ..I
put TINY
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\V1NKV: : .lu.M I KBOKAR :. dlln.dl!
For your answer or ph'adrnlr to the i-nr-i-" Ipatr \ ; ) \ : ( )
was optimistic about reaching I .rrtMonday ; on the Plaintiff' AttomevJ.
the goal for funds. Two Henry JIcDuffy AJxTiuJlij: proceeds in a Savings Accountin Donald Gibson 100 Smith T.ldtr ,, El-lbbag85c'
.
J.i IvMinxille, Florida
more weeks remain of the moruh- Funeral servicesvr'' Held this bank. For your future nil >' ". Minr'pl ..tl in tr-e offlie tf

long drive, and the minstrel showThursday Monday afternoon at Santa Fe the Clerk of the Circuit Court oi 'nl PEA S A&P Sharp ,CHKDl'AU'
;
it l t. tortthe 13 day of Feb., ISili:; |
evening, Jan. 26, at Cemetery near Hampton for pays to save regularly. "theiv\i-e\ the allegations of naid

Hampton town hall 7:45 p.m is Henry McDuffy Abernathy' 49, t'omplaint. will be taken asonfe..Mlil CHEESElb29c J 1-Ib55c

the next project for raising fund; of Ocala, who dirt there in a I 1 by!il.VOU notice shall be published MJb 1 Can

!lot ally. hospital Saturday. ', ..- each week for four eonsecuu.'fk 2SC NKW DKTKKIIKXT) ;
.
I Born in Graham :Mr. Abernathy In the Bradford Court>
Vocal, instrumental, and bandmusu' ii'L'raph.! size
I was a const-uctioi: equipment FLORIDA BANK STARKE .. : "'- d I this ;.1 day of January, 1?>5';. SAIL I giant 49c
:are promised for the oct n. .. ,,
I 'I I 1' I' 'IAI KAl.l <(< nane.- a. "i -
operator in Oral! wherehe
asion, Miss Durling said with Clerk of the Circuit Court
I had lived since i the f mlll\' I'x Marian L. Crosby. Deputy ru' rk
and choruses aso! in-
monologues ". .
1/13 4t :2i!
(
moved from their farm near Gra- F
i luded. A talent show will; also Member Florida National Group
I I ham several years ago Ho was MIIK iit.. tri-Htit '
be part of the program Jane Parker Luscious
In Circuit Court llradfiird tour
member of Grah ('hI i.I i.--' H.
a the ::'n .. .
I I.Id* In 4 miner.
(.misters for010'8 for he y
I ian Church. I I' :!! Miijineii I Smith. Plaintiff, \s. s
."1 al ""indida'o! fur Match of j rnrvivor in.url.! his! \"i..', M"I \ IMI' Kit hland :Smith l"f'nol.1I11.

Dimes queen. :Mi.-.s Baibaia :Mat- I I Novella King Ah''rll.i'hv] : : 1'orl.. > <' 1o \,.".... Case No. lli-l;jjoll CHERRY PIE I Large Ring f 39Ci
To :N..Ina' Kirkland Smith who>-
K rider e and address is: c/o C.
C Kirkland' ll.-adlunil. Alabama
You are hereby in.ufieil [t.... a'i"
In the low- rice.fieldmatches I.i\.r'e f.ir

|Ipaa. ".-. i. fife apaTnst ron tn theaboye I Parker Downy Light'
.
named C* urt anti .use and
''YOU ire required to ,- a ,'opy..1 I
you an.o. r i r"- !'ig to th j/Ar
eotnnlaim >r Io.. P1ttnr'Attorney '- ( Large Ring
Clifford T. Inglis-, 1303: t FGG 39C
Barnettalionai Bank Building,
Jai-ksoiuille :>. Florida. .
and time the ougu.a. In rue office of / --- -
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Nobody be Clerk of the Circuit; Court or /- / ''/ "
ir hefi.rtth.- r:.;! ,

i I atnerwise 13 day of the February ultKatlon 1856' ; of taliComiiIaint ;',f" : Large Firm Heads

,"
!; will t. taken as oonf- I' 'j< ,
'd by :you I
I l "l II.. ....\In Dllall Or H-b, ;!; '.
|1..It"r each we. i f .' r nnseinn'wteks For
S '!1 graph In the lit iiir.uu C..nniv' Ti.I le ft ?- 7r:.' CRISP LETTUCE 1 19C

pou\.fe-r! Ford's Thunderbird V-8 engine Dated this 5 day of January .15jiUOI : >
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i K:' t. t. "'t\ 1.1 h.-- r
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., ,' ,
I I 'lerk f 'h" "'II' '
( Cy Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk ,.,.:.....
the standard 8" in Fairlanes and Station 1/13 4t 2(3

Fancy Wl'tern
NOIK' 'lit mourns Ilil.LS-0-HOMK( ( 10-oxIV
"8" in its Proposals will be received l.y the
is the most powerful
Wagons, i City of tarke, Florida, until ;> On Lb
P.M. (Eastern Standard Time January -
15C
I 24th, 1956 for ONE (1) :2r..mO! ( PEARS S OKRA
field at no extra cost. Ford has built more .;\I.l.O FL'F.I. 011. STnl-\I, ;
ITAXK for the Power Plant :i>- b-t-
|\.1 and described in these "p"clfl-

V-8's than all other makers combined tions.Each bid shall be submitted m l-'iv-h!, ,, ,t'i't ( Vllo" Bag 1 For 2 gc
I
,duplicate and shall be address t ,
I Carl Johns, City Clerk City ?.fJStarke.
marked "ONK (1 > "-'< uGALLON I", l-lb
Ft'EL OIL STOP.AC.i I: CARROTS 1 OC"I
TANK" and delivered through tin ( H MAID> III-,,, I',"
mail or otherwise to the offue 'I
L- Ih,' City rierk, City Hall.Ml .
ti. proposals shall be basal ".n : A t'
d. l I' iint of d .li\irv of e<|Uipmi nt a' :--\' ; ;! ; t&EN E pr
O II,' City ..f Stark. 1"' rida I Ir-h)
tih n1fChesr
Y The ,'jtI''S the right! t'. ;
n..11inf.rmallti.: .,a in any Iml.; Ir I : Lb
..ji i.t any or all bid: in \\h>!'. i --P'OJ"'T'r 9c 1 For AC
ES
ri part, with or without cause, u1.I, !
or to accept the bids that (I i'- U'
i judgment will! lie for the I he-* > .. iu
"1'.1 of the City of Starke, Fl'".r.-

_. _...] fl da. Commission (CAVMiIAX! : (o.\K): ;
r ,i. City City of Starke Florida KKAI.: (oi.h; /
e
In virtually model a Ford ; 1G; ",t i .
every Lb

R TABAGAS 6C I LEMONADE E E

the and people .
equipped way more more '.SIn Circuit C..urt. lirn.lf".rd (....nl-,
Florida; In ('haneerr.Jack

want it. costs less* than any other (Carol Yvonne Kirkland.Kirkland Jr.f'aIo.II.1347. Plaintiff.\, Defendant\ 4 For 4 3 CBOSTON

Order of Publication: and Notice to III..r-Jighr' Hard. Corn Fed Half or Whole
appear. stale of Florida '!'<.:
full-sized car in America! Come in and Carol. Ytonne Kirkland.h>ieresidence

and address is-: 451i: ,
\\ nltna. San Dieg... California.\ If[fNA .",(Ilj:? < 'an
Test Drive the Ford in your future! 1 You are required to appear onFebruarv .
5, BUTTS
r.i'.n.: in the .tm\! '
named Court and cause, wherein
'plaintiff i-i-eks divorce, custody andontr,1 TOMATOES S

Based on a comparison of suggested list prices. ( Bradford fit minor County child.Telegraph shall

publish this Order In next four
weekly issues. 4-6lbavg Lb For
i 1 Witne my hand and official 29C 2 l1C
seal at Starke, Florida, this Jan 4.
ir>:.fi.
(OFFICIAL SEAL)
Charles A. Darby,
As Clerk of said Court :NCr ( h'.i ( ,,!. I.u, I
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy clerk.
Martin J. Pearl. !04 Smith Iuilding.

e t. '-- Jacksonville.\tty. f.-r I'lf Florida. 1 S 4t 1 27 "Super-Rijrht"; Young Tender COO t K I E S


Minn! : in .tl'1'EIR
r / e ?yy r.enra.Iaf Inlll'rrM111.1' 'l e ia t In (' ......" Court, Itradford COli Dt1.
1. Florida: In ( haitrerT.Frank 9-oz 5fC
BEEF LIVER
L. :w.I..r. J'J.lintlff. vs. Evaahiy
Paud-1. Defendant. I
Case Xo. 10-1343:;
\..tI", To \ppnr !
i
Tn-: Era May Daudet. whose ft'in"t it i-
( : and address i i- I',1'1 Hut XliC'KITXMb ( : !
Springs, California Select Lb
.YUM are hereby notifi-U' II! -.t a u.t 29C ) o !
1 for divorce rn
has been fllo '. a::i'r-t '. ., in the r.KP I
\ t\u f fi
abnvc named c..j'-t >'t' -fe ar.1'I :
< i are required t.,. .. r." i ipy .,f i
v'':- .n'wer "r )p i 1 > tf. ..- ,----
.,' .n' t1Al '. i C i !
on orL \ ;
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i'praph. : ; I' :dlng. 31
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Motor Th1- L
Andrews Company .N ': '5, '. SeC.'e J-'j; f f'ni'ce. ? I y I

\\\.k .1. 1 .::1' -y 1'-:
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0 11141 .1. S r.i' I 11. tt.,1.1 a
I 'at.-d ::.. .:.... >,; Jobiiary, 1SDC Ready To Fry Pkgs $ <$ .00
'= $ .
t.\ln..o\ .\\ U ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 MAKKE 1''L.\ (Official Clerk!Peal) c.f Charles the Cirojit A. Ditty cj't tl2: call'ztStarke.

If You're Inter ted in an (A-l) USED Car Be Sure to See Your Ford Dealer u:.- Marian! L Crosby! Deputy ('!.-".. I Fa.!
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FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELtGBAPU. STARKE. FLORIDA

----------- VRIIliViadys _.. 1tT. .'.,u..,.. ......... ont' .-.,
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.." .., 11.111... [ Panel Discussion --- ..

Is Featured Miss Hospital Auxiliary 1 BP\V Announces


\Voman's Club .. I Initiall\leeting Plans For Award

; Is Well Attended

"Some Childhood Problems"was Lu Green Miss Delia Roaenhti;g P.-- .

". \i. i-.t: ;iv 60 atc.tuzationai 3-4 Dirertor. condmt-.j: j .Il:; .
the subject of the panel discussion people -
entation and initiation. .
'
'<' : p: :.1!
the StarkeWoman's meetingB'i.io.j
presented at Honored
for new members at the I 11:. ;.1'
:
.; Mooty Club meeting Wednesday \ County Hospital
afternoon of last week. .. ::1., .t I Wednesday after- meeting of the St.L! k. Kl'U

Phone 35 At i ;d> i'I clock in the Epis- Club held Monday eW:.,:-,- .
The under the De-
program was Lovely
.-!: House. home of Mrs. Robert G:.'. ni
pa: iment of Health with Dr. The .
v I K Kite conducted the i club will give a i ash IA ito -

Fioiem-e. Jennings Youth Coun.o..u Dance In .'l'i! introduced the guest the Senior girl out,\t'-: : ; _
ts rhairman, and Mrs- Giloe .
I I'F.: Edmondson, ad- Commercial subjects a: P.M.-:
Newi'omb, co-chairman
as "1 -" II: the High School this yfdi! .r :II '
: new hospital
:
the discussion to
of
Purpoii was
Woman's M r \ i award will be an annual; "mAll
: nOpresident of the
J Troy acquaintlub[ members with some 4' 0"I.. I i I C.-Mieial; Hospital Anxilii' members plan to ii.,\,' :-.<

01 tht problems encountered in .' i' ,i Mis Hess Florida, blood typed to show 0:1 Pi: \ ,'
i dealing with children in Bradford Club ( ., past 1 licenses.
the
; >: Gainesville auxi -
C'luntaDd to show the necessip. Reservations
i i member of the board wemid 1.- :
!
tor inter-agency cooperation'in
.
[ members planning to) :a-.end: t t.>
i '! 'I f the'omE'n's IlosI -
irvmg to solve these problems. i District meeting in M.u iIi'! '
1iJ \ iv.-i.ines of Florida. j ::
Harmon P. Morgan, Supt. of I ,! Sunday.
\l K.'i'v.oniison
"' told the func-
; ,
Are Wed Schools, served as moderator and I :t After adjourning. hostes: .- \:-. .
: j
"i! and
1t .. < .n: auxiliary expres-
\ panel members were T- A. Yawn j .. ....., 't'iW. _.... > ; .,, :appreciation at having I Ita j Querio and Pansy Qu.s: c: ; '
Juvenile Judge Dr. A. Y. Cov- ; K.- ii.fIWIn < .1"?" .;Jri! T ,. served refreshments
*IL .M i 1.11 go' group attend the
I ington. Director, Bradford Coun i Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green entertained Miss I.t r.KKEX: surrounded l.y party ,
Fifty gtot.", prepares to cut birthday imtu u. .ing.
ty Health Dept., Rev. S. F. Beard, last Saturday evening at a cake at dance sjhen in her honor last :Saturday evening. Mi.Snow and Mrs. Florida !! Garden Club
of Heilbronn Baptist I delightful dance in the 1
pastor Woman's I ;
J'a'f'me highlights! of the organizational Will !
Church, Mrs. Mary Humphrey, \ Club honoring their daughter. !I tending to the floor. Attached to Mrs. 1. H. Jennings and Mrs. C. > : meetings of their tleetIonday

Years I Supervisor, Dirtrict Welfare ; Miss Lu Green on her sixteenth ,t the cloth were garlands of tullein J. Harris presided at the ice Gainesville auxiliary and answered Starke Garden Club mt-mN : ,

Board Charles Partin, Pincipal j birthday anniversary.The shades of pink caught up at cream bowl. Mrs. J. Fred Harris I 1 questions askea by members -i will meet in the Parish House ,,'

Bradford High School, and Dr. color scheme of pink and invervals with cascades of pink and the honoree's grandmother; I, of the Starke group. I Church street Monday night .1 t

Florence Jennings Youth Coun- j white was beautifully carried out gladioli and pink satin pompoms. Mrs. Y. A. Harris both of Gainesville I i Following the talks Mrs. W. i 7:30 o'clock. Miss Dorothy Ko.--

selor. Dr. Jennings made a tape I in flower arrangements throughout !; Centering the table was a huge I served shrimp. Mrs. G. J. H. Graham was appointed acting will have: the program and w :'.

recording of the panel discussion j the club auditorium, lounge, I two-tiered cake. exquisitely dec McGriff Jr. and Mrs. :Maxie Carter I chairman of the auxiliary; Mrs. give a talk on landscaping

which may be used at other club } and sunroom. i orated with rose buds and embossed Sr. cut and served the birthday I Pete O. Felos, secretary pro tern; I Hostesses will be Mrs. Ewe!

meetings or gatherings. j Guests were greeted upon with the figure 16. Six- cake. Mrs. Ethel Parks passed and Mrs. E. L. Matthews acting I Lawson. Chairman. Mis Ralp

Mrs. C. L. Scholl, president, I rival ty Mrs. G. J. MeGriff ar-I teen candles topped the cake and out the dance programs, and ; publicity chairman. Mrs. Edward I Alvarez.! Mrs T .1 Al-l.-rn-

presided over the meeting and I! Who presented them to the receiving ruffles of pink tulle surroundedthe Mrs. Carl Mathews assisted in ; Hall kept the minutes of the I Mrs R K p, ::1\1.\ .>' Vl'i'! M-

.=:.....- I the following seven new members line composed Of Mr. and base. Flanking the arrange- sening.The i,! organizational meeting.The Gpr.1l.t A.\k1l1\

were voted into the club: Mrs. Mrs. Green and the honoree. An ment weie two three-branched honoree received her guests' following nominating i om- I

Sunday was a happy occasionat Mr. and Mrs. ;Lynn pose happily I H. A. Bishop Jr., Mrs. W. H'I, artistic, fan-shaped arrangementof candelabra with burning tapers, in an exquisite white tulle gown I mittee for permanent officer- was '

Azalea Motor Court south of with their Golden Wedding '! Graham, Mrs. Emma Badman, i pink and white gladioli centered centered with epergnettes from with a full length voluminous appointeJ by Mrs. Graham: Mrs I'

Starke on U. S. 301 when Mr. Anniversary rake. Mrs. T. C. Stallings Miss Ava i the mantel in the club lounge, which fell a cascade arrangementof skirt featuring three-inch ruffles. I H. H. Adams, chairman. Mrs

and Mrs. J. Troy Lynn celebrated I II Edwards, Mrs. M. R. Williams ( where the guests were received. artificial pink grapes and I The bodice was embroidered with I Junius M. Smith, and Mrs Char- -

their Golden Wedding Anniver. pa and Sarasota, where they I and Mrs. H. G. Bollin er. It was ;: Gold-colored candle holders with I gladioli blossoms. Silver trays iridescent sequins and at the back ley E. Johns. I \

sary with all of their children and I operated the Lynn Hotel. Three I announced that the Florida Fed-j burning): pink tapers flanked the held hors d-oeuvres, sandwiches, waistline was a large white parch-:,' During the social buiLt refreshments -
most of their children the I II central I dainty cakes, and mints. The taffeta bow.
grand pres- years ago they purchased erated Women's Clubs are sponsoring arrangement. ment Her only oj-i were served by MrsR

ent.A I I Azalea Motor Court near Starke. I an essay contest open to | Potted palms were used to advantage i trays held nosegays, made of colored nament was an heirloom diamond j E. Edmondson Mr.s Giaham

bountiful dinner was served Present with them on this occasion the Junior Class of the high; as a background in the I sugar. At a smaller tablea lavaliere, a birthday gift from I and Mrs. Smith.

outdoors at noon to the 118 I were their children and Schools. The Starke Woman's i auditorium and on the stage, silver tray held shrimp and her parents. Completing her costume -'

friends and relatives who gathered their families: Mr. and Mrs. Jes- Club voted to Rive first and .where The Florida Kootlifters, a' cocktail sauee. Another table was was a beautiful white or- Recent BirthsMr.

to congratulate :Mr. and Mrs se w. Thomas, and Dr. and Mrs. second prizes to the best essays. i! :seven-piece orchestra, led by centered with a silver punch bowl chid wrist corsage. I and Mrs. Paul C. Hiitohuw.

Lynn on half a century of married Elbert C. Prince. all of Sarasota; Inasmuch as the new Bradford :Bandmaster M. C. Thompson. provided filled with pink ice cream and the Mrs. Green chose for her daugh of Starke announce the birth of
life. A of the Aft. Mr. and Mrs. \Vm. Cathcart Mr. I last table was centered with a I
highlight dance
I County Library, sponsored by the I j music for the grand ter's party, a lovely rose beige I I a son, Paul Clifton Hutchms n. I
ernoon was a hilarious mock wed- and Mrs. Winton Lynn. Mr. And i punch bowl filled with fruit
clubs, will be of service to the en- j :march, and for dancing throughout peau de soie gown. The off-the- on Jan. 13 in Starke Maternity
ding, with some of the men Mrs. Thetus Lynn, and Dr. and tire County, the club voted toj i the evening. At the end of punch to which was attached acluster Hospital. I

guests dressed as bridegroom, Mrs. Lamont Lynn, all of Tampa: I ask the cooperation of other I the auditorium, running the full I of pink grapes and cas- shoulder neckline was trimmed' ,;OF ASIA M\GRATtS OVER ,I

bride and attendants.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mills B. Lynn of i iChai i clubs and organizations in the |: length of the stage, was a long cading flowers.As with rose beige lace which extended Mr and Mrs William Bell 0\ I LAND STREAMS.TO MORE THIS FAVORABLE USUALLY ,;

and Mrs. Lynn were married lesion, W. Va.: Mr. and Mrs.J. County to help catalog books' :arrangement ot pink and white i I the guests arrived they were to the waltz length skirt i Maxville annoume the birth <>t a HAPPENS DURING THE. VERY

in Glennville, Ga. on Jan. 17 T. Lynn Jr. of Bradenton; andMr. and buy more equipment.A gladioli and ligustrum. ; given palm! dance programs. Miss line. A purple orchid corsage daughter on Jan 17 in Doctors I ____OR. ;' SEASONS.JEWELRY 109

1906. They moved to Florida I and Mrs. W. R. Henderson, gift was presented to Mrs. The refreshment table, in the i Green and her brother. Lex GreenJr. complimented her attire. I Hospital [ If

many years ago and lived in Tam- Savannah Ga. i H. H. Young by the executiveboard ::sunroom. was overlaid with pink ,; led the grand march. Approximately 200 guests enjoyed .t- -_ ,
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in appreciation of her serv-11; 1 inen. enhanced with a ruffle of Mrs. T. K. Harding and Mrs. this lovely dance. :50 ,,( % SALES

Kuhn-Jennings \VSCS Business ; ice of 20 years as librarian. I ;pink satin at the sides and ex- McGriff Sr served punch while whom were from out of town Get Acquainted

Mrs. J. Jennings of Orlando Is Meeting Held J Hostesses for the afternoon I, 'OES Meeting Scatter Pins
Dr. Florence Jennings,
were:
announcing the wedding of her The Methodist WSCS business Mrs. Gilbert Newcomb Held *
chairman Monday Night Earrings
daughter, Jean to Cpl. Richard BRAKE
meeting was held at the church !i co-chairman, Mrs. L. S. Hutto
Lewis Kuhn. USAF. son of Mr. NecklacesBraclets
Monday afternoon at :3 o'clockwith < Mrs. Shellie Hall, Mrs. Lewis D. Starke Chapter 221. OKS n.-t
of
and Mrs. Archie II. Kuhn
Starke. the president Mrs. Henry '! dairies. Mrs. C. J. Harris, :Mrs.R. : Jan 16 in the Masonic Hallnh *

Godwin, presiding. E. Edmondson, Mrs. D. L. Sil- Worthy Matron Edna S. Pa-vat i ,
The wedding took place Saturday -
After the business session. Mrs. cox. Mrs. Madge McDonald. Mrs. piesidmg. An impressive SPECIAL
program And Many Other Item
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afteinoon at 1 o'clock in a
Olin White conducted the devotional -, The way this March ot Dimes ne-A home, corner of Water and
R. R. Andrews and Mrs. Harry was given around the altar. with
Baptist pastorium in Orlando. and Mrs. II. II. Adams had; Mooty. dance is shaping up. it looks like Ailkm.s .Jts this weekend and officers, members. and vi.-itors
Following the nuptials a reception affair the Joan and Harold He ular $1 l 00 Valije
charge of the program. This be- ( it'll be the big of season Epps are moving renewing their obligation led by
was held at the home of Mr. ing Guild Month, Mrs. W. L.Blair | at a called meeting bychall into the Silcox house at 612 J. M. Sistiunk acting as Worthy (Pull! all 1 wheels

and Mrs. Jennings in Orlando for talk Music FestivalAt men Virginia and Junius Bridges St. Leenie and Ducky Now --- 59c
was invited to give a i Patron. 1fl.Iect all brake drum
.10 guests and lelatives. I Smith Wednesday evening of last i Linsin and family are starting to
on the wink <,f that organization. First Baptist After the meeting closed refreshments 4
The young couple is residing I week the following co-chairmen I move into their new home in S all
I were served fcy the Inspect brake linings Regular $2 00 Value
at the home <>f (the bw\t\ >'s stepfather \ I Friday NightNew were elected: Dot and Bill Powell rk-of-the-Palms, Keystone I
Beta Phi : committee chairman, M rs. Gladys .
and mother while Cpl. Sigma and Mural Gardner and Maurice I. E. and Clara Clark are moving S Inspect all \\ h'el Now 1.19
U. Edwards.
Kuhn is stationed at the Pine I To Meet MondayThe River Association of Bap- Wingate to be in charge of the from 723 Railroad Ave. to 403 X. j cylinders ---

Pastle Air Force Base in Orlando. tist Churches will hold a Music Snack Ear, Jimmy and Martha Walnut St., the former F. H. Visitors were present from the

Beta Sigma Phi sorority I Festival in the First Baptist j Moore and Steve and Ruth Simmons Long home which they recentlypurchasl.'d State Farm and Gainesville Inspect all brake lines Regular $3.00: Value

&F- I will meet Monday night at 8 I Church of Starke, Friday night, i are in charge of advance It's been movingin I for leaks Now 1.98

o'clock in the home of Mrs. J. Jan. 20., at 7:30: o'clock. All Bap-j ticket sales, Ginny and Benny day in Unit 2. Saratoga Spaghetti Supper ---

Maurice Edwards on West Madison -/ tist churches in the Association Finzer and Pat and Bill Jacksonare Heights, during the past week For Polio FundThe S Inspect king pins and

P/Ii' I St. with Mrs. James High are expected to participate. Mrs. on the decorations, chairs Among those now settled downin | bushings IS i Regular $1.00 Value
host John T. James of Raiford is As-' committee, Bud and their homes there Joe
and Mrs. Eugene Long as and tables new are
L sociational Music Director. :> and Bill Nina public is invited to a spaghetti Inspect idler arms I Now 2.49
I esses. I Lil Bishop and Alyce and Andrews: the Harry Saturday night, ---
attend I Registration will te at 7 o'clock j the raffle and Rabbs. of Jacksonville I supper
All members are asked to Graham aie on formerly j I
Jan. 21 in the Methodist recrea- Inspect all tie rod ends
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Sun., Mon., Tues this important meeting at with W. G. Stroup, State Music ,crowning of the Queen committee, (he's the new manager at Wall tion hall, from 6:30: to 8 p.m. The I
I I Value
Jan. 22, 23, 24 which plans for the final week of I Secretary of the Baptist Churches and the publicity is in charge of Aerency), and the Drew Ratliffs I supper is being given by Beta S Sand all linings Regular $5.00

in charge. I Betts Andrews the Live Oak (he's the
DOUBLE FEATUREAin't the :March of Dimes Queen Contest Guy and formerly of Sigma Phi sorority and proceeds Now 2.98
will be made. Judges are Mr. and Mrs. W. G.I j dance will be held Saturday night. new Chevrolet agent) The I!, will go to the March of Dimes as Pack front wheels ---

Misbehavin'IN I Stroup of Jacksonville and Miss .Jan. 28, you know, starting at 10 Dan Stones and their five children i votes for Miss Sandra Johns, the I .- -
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TECIIXICOLO.U: 'all 239 for home demons, !ra-j t Louise Stern of Starke. Ii I o'clock music to be furnishedby moved Wednesday! from Live Oak I sorority's sponsored March of ( Adjust all brakes BUY NOW FOR

tion .)f new Sewing Machines -i 1 Bob Singleton's! six piece orchestra -. into the J. E. Wall house at Law- Dimes contestant. The
Queen
With Rory Calhoun and Piper j ,
j Shepherd's Radio & TV.jTTi the U. of F. . Dan is the clerical I
from tey on
Given
Stork Shower supper will be $1 per plate for All Gifts
Laurie j95 Valentine
i iI I I Advance tickets can be purchasedat staff at Ratliff Chevrolet I adults and 50 cents for children. ,i i
AMWHITE ) I For Mrs. ThorntonMrs. Starke Tire Sales or Koch's Parties have been the order of

Drug Store at $3 per couple the day during the past week SAVE IT TO
FEATHERIX i ANNOUNCINGTilE Verme Thornton was hon-!' and this Saturday night the Beta Chessie and Denver Devrick entertained Woodman Circle Forq I

('ISE I.\s'OI'E ored at a lovely stork shower Sigma Phi Sorority is having a at their annual dinner 1-2 Regular Price!

With Itobt'rt'allt'r/ and John I Thursday evening of last week at March of Dimes spaghetti supperat for employees and families! of Members of the Supreme For-in ;
ANNUAL will
the home of Mrs. Paul Faulkner, ; Hall est Woodmen Circle meet
Lund the Methodist Recreation Farm. Home & Auto Sunply. at
251 So. Westmoreland St. Party the the W.O.Hall Tuesday night
ANo Cartoon from 6:30 to 8 o'clock the Garden Restaurant Thursda : RATLIFFChevrolet PLfIUDIOjDIFj.
7:30 o'clock for the first meeting -
at
ST. ..tUUSTINEANTIQUES; hostesses were M i's. Faulkner Sandra
sorority is sponsoring of last week the 18 guests received -
I Mrs. Fred Haislop Mrs. Lucian con- from their, of the year, with all the new-
Queen novel
Wed. Thurs. Jan. 23; 26 I Johns in the Beauty favors stations. > Co.
Conner, Mrs. J. C. and officers at their I
I Sapp Mrs.1Glen : test. hosts during the dinner II .
DOUHLE FEATURE Plans will be made to attend
Conner. her I
bunch on the sick list Carolyn Pcllum celebrated
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Surely a Starke Fla.
blue and color motif I the District Convention in Jacksonville -
DESIRE A pink this week with colds virus flu 12th birthday at a weiner roast
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was attractively carried out in couldn't be- 25 last Friday eveningat : on Thursday. Jan. 26 "' -
SHOW I what have you for guests ''I -
lor :
IX CINEMASCOPE : : /
I the refreshment table decorations. St All members are urged 'fl .et - --
list the school kids who are I her home at 411 Redgrave 1
With :Marlon Brando gin to .
and Jean
j Appropriate games were played the enjoyed -- -= -
j with colds, but a few of games and contests were \ tend. -
the and home --- -- -- -- -
Simmons JANUARY 21-25 during evening prizes ., older folks that are on the puny during the evening 1-
were awarded to Mrs. Tommy celebratedher See v.m. in th. next I
ANDBetrayed Mattie Gresham.Hazel Barbara Coleman also i

Womanith (Daily and Sunday) Gill. Mrs.'ernie Thornton and'|':llist paulk are, Hazel Ritch Lucile Mizell, sixth birthday that afternoon -.CanlyniTHERES I BARN DANCE

i i Mrs. Fate Brown. !' Mrs. R. L- Morgan Ted Johns..1 Jan. 13 with a party for 20 I I.I I.

Carrot Mathexts and Tom 1 The many lovely and usefulI Thelma Johns and Edna Stone I friends and that evening the 'Wi St J."QHNS. ;

Drake 12 NOON TO 10 P.M. I gifts were presented to the honoree -I i BUS band sponsored an end.of-I ;

Also Cartoon I :' in a blue and pink crepe I "Hear. that Henry and Ann, the-semester dance at the TSO E%. -- -- -' .-.----- _

I Admission Sold To paper covered box. The hostesses StefaneUi have sold their grocery following the basketball game

SI5P.M.PRESENTED I; 1 also presented Mrs. Thornton I Brownlee St. to, Betty Lou Wainwright had a !KIV> QUITE A r (b
E.
Fri Sat. Jan. 27, 28DOUKLE Store at 40;; )
I with a sterilizing bottle set. i Anita Starling th I ly party Saturday evening in her I 1 DIFFERENCEBETWEEN '
) FEATURE I Guy and _
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KY I Thir: '-two guests enjoyed this 1 stefanellis plan to stay on hen I garage celebrating her 12th birth A HORSE 1v

The Wac On Walla delightful occasion. while Henry catches up on hu:! day she had balloons, hung RACE AND APOLITICAL .

I Cpl- Billy Weldon,, from the rafters and a big fire [ RACC.
Walla LIGHTNERMUSEUM fishing 'IN THE HORSE: $
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r iff' n-
WMU; MeetingsHeld who has been home on 30 da) I burning in the yard. RA t THEWHOLE Lyj1

:Marring: Judy ('alltl\:' This Week leave departs today for Seattle' ments were served from MK-- k
overseas dut)r set on the lawn and h.22:
AM n Wash for a year's up HORSE RUNSSPECIAL <
u!j dancing ni'i 1 .
enjoyed -
Andrews
Ronald guests -
and Sgt. I
The Ida Darby Circle of the
Bandits
of
theVest OF HOBBIESAt discharged from the Marim t games during the evening: 1. .
Fn.: Baptist \\" Il! met Tuesday being I
:"IbringII.m U... Uy I..amAlso .Corps in Santa Ana, Calif. this!i Kenneth Noegel was given a !:UI'I! f1eI t
Mrs. J.
R. Chasteen
morning with i I Mond.wi i
St t '
| party
birthday
Augustine service
Serial and ( artomi weekend after three years I prise ,
.1 the business
Ait'T meeting.
:
.. 14 months of which wen i night on his ISth anniversaryI V ft--
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-, -, .. _! -- ---aKITTY'S 1 pi esultM over by Mrs. Harry Hat- in Korea he is expect her in the absence of Mrs. L. X. spent Gilda Gra- % .4
the 29th brate the occasion
I'll! kel ing. circle leader. Mrs. La- home
17 friend: at ;
Strutl! ham hostess to
ii was
Lamar Shaw and Roddy : I .liIiLJ jI
Outlaw .1 I
vern gave an interesting i Tuesday afternoon at her
the Globe-Trotten!s a party

DINE program Salt on "Missionaries and ,!i, attended basketball game in Jax last Friday ] home on E. Call Street when she. !

noted that Mane::z celebrated her 6th birthday
Helen Masters Circle met with I I night II Brakes Adjusted
OUT model playhouse '"
out in the CitClerk's ; her biggest gift was a .
is helping
Mrs L. D. Haines, who conductedthe I Priest _
comnletelfurnihE' from '
Louise Tenl;: $1.00.wc ---
P LA devotional. Mrs. F. B. Beard,,, office while from her re_ Mon and Dad. Alyce and Bill Graham -I .
C E f is still convalescing Music By The

061 Mrs man J.Register A. Griffin gave and an Mrs.enlighten-Free. cent illness happy to hea r Tuesday a birthdav evening dinm-i SoniaAnderson : ,/ FOR CY '

( returned hom e gave
in? discussion on New Mexico. that Piney Brown John who WT-- ADS RUN SUWANNEE RHYTHM BOYS
139: S. CHURCHOpen 11 J( !:{ Sunday from St. Vincent's Has i- party celebrating for husband.the occasion 20 IN TIJG ( /

Lorena Epperson Circle. MrsR pital where last she week.underwent a:n I I !puests; enjoyed; the Anders h ,,,- EIJCJ.J ()ERBY$, EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAYFROM

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From 11 :30 Daily SundayFULL B. Alvarez leader. met at the: operation Leonard Whit'_ pitality I
Maybelle and 9) 'TILL
home of Mrs. Carl Mathews with!; head and family moved to Bartoi 'I Sandra Haas celebrated h.-: 4' h .

Mrs M. A. Bolick of Lenoir. N j birthday Saturday wi'h i c -;
leavm -
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before ;
COURSE last Saturday ? i .
, $125DINNER C a cousin of Mrs Jesse New: Maytelle said she didn't thin ki!; party at the home of her P ..'..< NEW KINGSLEY BEACHAT

g some as; a visitor. The devotional to dow ni! Mr. and Mrs. Bill hans; ,m'
stay
: they were going
was given by Mrs. B. O. Per t o'' Nancy Gay was the hon V... W
expected AT
there as long as they :
t kns.: After the business session at first they might be back i if :1' r.esday afternoon her 3"v.! I IIs

i HOMEMADE PIES TO ORDER M. S E Spark; t.v.ieht:: twc)1 'u- rn' 'r.th? Leonajd wortfor ]: day at a party at the h 'rm : PLACE ON THURSDAYSPAGE

, i'h tti'.rr\ from t're MiasMr. Bonk. :' SAL ;see Glad> ;s .ind Lac y parents the Jerry Ga: _

_i A-t.i: i Mu-' Be Ch! : .-:.,lr. Si': : ",\ ,,1.' si. >vng :rrhr..: i u!,0 \W.i:; -". :1.-- t btt:. ; r ,'. -t: -------------- --u----_--S_-_ -_-- _-.:


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}FRIDAY.\' TAR\' 20, 1956 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA
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Mr. and Mrs. H. Smith of' I..J\!
rr r T. I Rites SaturdayFor NOTICE TO APPEtn Fl .r J.I !
Lyons Ga. were overnight guests w.Half. i.tl .f Lot i is: ;! :. 1 1'r. IB Circuit ('..ort. Ilradford County.Florida and file the original In the 191.,1
Wednesday of last week of Mr Kenny Thomas and uil"!I rn't'I"d.I"d Town of Markr ludon Fla.. In .Ch.n..r' of the Clerk of the Circuit Court r ,
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fails
1: .r 11:' > Plaint.if t1t :.< or before the
same .it IIm..ting to !>. held! at tirtt-.. I I'i'f, .I.lnT? t .
and Mrs. X. M. i thr 5'It. Hall, February ;. I IViS. .it ..'..-. "N.. 1 1',!"*.'. Jn" .1 I.I\ "< F. '.i ..,r\ !I'".> .
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Kenny Thomas. retired farmer .
Mrs. D. E. 66 .7.3/1 p m Th C'lIy wllI""I1\.y it' Nullrr To ipprarT otherwise: the allegation.- ;;a"
died "IItr.T in raid i inirrti| 1>\ 'j'lit Complaint will be taken as ci nfessed .
Knight \ Wednesday morning in .. \\ I II uli,. .
spent la.l : .I..1 oil. lit-;: r. -I'; by.
sonville. the Lake City veterans hospitalafter i I-I < --uji JOHNS!: ,':lV 1 1,1.. I .., n, .i.i.l,, aiidi >, '- I "IK: .'.\ .: you..
i I :U ::t J You are nerrnjr notified that a.. This notice thall be putdishrd i
a lingering illness. I once each week for four consecutive
Mr. and Mrs. suit for divorce I
ThE NEWS .. son. Micky, > the Fl"iui He was born Oct. 7, 16S9 in \oiui; iu \ri'i\u I has been filed against you inbe weeks in the Bradford County T.t't:
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In ( '. above named Court and and graph.
Inuit ( urf. Bradford i'uanlf cause
J. R. Hudson I and hav Green Cove Springs the son of Florida: In ( .."n..r" I:you are required to serve a copy of iMt'fl i>'II' lx fat f J.1 l I
I I I r I the late Pinkston and Martha l.iM.iH.! .J mi. Karl.. I'l.tinnrf :our answer or pleading to the (OFFICIAL !SEAL Charles 0\. I>arr" 5
the
Guard
I Sunday afternoon. : of \ !.. .tli 1 .i,titi' K.. I.tII. !1'tf-ini.i'i .complaint on the Plaintiff. Clerk of the Circuit Court I
MiUK1 M h.J) \V. Toosei, who Rev Chail-ton Se'ena" mem- Mi and Mrs '' \\rs a little I Harris Thomas. I'a-- :N' "... 1-.i":,: M- .' .1. i i- i. i.l i I.;.. :i 1'1 P\ M'.a I.. Cr,.Ily. P.i.'v..C'r: 'I ,
Surviving are three brothers. ,."h'" 1" 1Dliear .. t
recently ilos-.j th-n business bet 01 Central New York Confer- f are spending \ after I I'- I.t.tii tiiivtin Kailiin u. ,.,--,. I
their cottage on issue of The Lacy Thomas, Lake Geneva: M'MII mi. and, .uldr' is' 4JI1 I I'I .., II I
Tht S rtr stoiv, in Starke. have en. e. is assisting in the work of s "
I a'' Jesse Thomas and Sewell Thomas. sT .\\ 1111. South. :X"I' \\ ". ..' :
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moved IK Tampa to make their the First Methodist Chuith in I River near Fort for Hin..
home They are residing at 104 Stal ke. Mr. and Mrs Stevens are J. C. Hayes for I both of Starke; and three sisters. 'You.are hereby notified that a 'u't
Mrs Lula Burkhart. Mrs. Lennie | f' r Hi-
Adriatic Avenue, D. I. spending the winter in this lo is spending six [ was not has been filed against you in the
:\ by the City I Beck and Mrs. May Deese, all of :.above named Court and cause and
granddaughter
Mr and Mrs. Neal Lyon and cality. They find this new experience !
Starke. you are required to serve a copy of
HUNDREDSof
children letently moved toStarke of Florida living quite and family. Mr. i Mr Thomas your answer or pleading: to the!
enjoyable, and appreciate and family and we have a I was a veteran of complaint on the Plaintiff' Att"rnevwrlhanir
and have an apartment in the very I World War I and a member of J I AKutih. 1' I I 1\: !I"
much the genuine friendliness of I Saturday at 1 these United j i-'tarki 1-1"1
Studstill home on West Madison uI.1
II Beulah: Baptist Church. details are managed and economically -
Mrs. <1 should be le- and file the original in the office
Mr.
Starke and the state a whole. and
St Mi Lyon travels for the! as I Funeral services will be held ''of the Clerk of the Circuit Court onI attended that only a trained and
Macklanburg Duncan Co. a They came here after staying spent the I I plays just as I I IT btfal. th.\ 2 II llaj "! 1-.1. ,.1: ;
about three months in the Clear- on the Santa Fe c own State Saturday morning at 11 oMock !in I 19.:iG. otherwise the allfg.it:.>n uf t careful organization can attend when
builders supplies firm of Oklahoma water area. White.Dr. community if the Beulah Baptist Church with I 1 i said confessed Complaint by you.will be taken as the urgent need for serving is at
City i Rev. :Merle Packham and Rev. R...1 j
it This notice shall be hand.
Mrs. Berry Johns of Jackson- and Mts. requites/ published
One-Half Off Sal.- at C. Crosby officiating. Interment t once each week for four consecutive
Jruelry ville spent last week in Starke children were in we are just weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
Ilullington's. I will be m the church cemetery un-
I IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 with her sisters, Mrs. Lonnie Sullivan afternoon \' !i not in one graph. i
: der the direction of DeWitt C. Laird tinU I day ..j Jaiuiai; I' DeWITT C. JONES
Mrs. John Grew, and Miss C. K. Hayes and i that .ue lliS;
Pat Lambe. Mr. and Mrs. Johns Mrs. Mike ,:I i, all over i| Jones. (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby Phone 7 Starke, Fla.
I Clerk of the Circuit Court I
plan to move back to Staike in ville spent the i the Guard i iI i.- '' .By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I
R Mr. and during flood | Cancer Chairman 1 .'o) It 2 10 I eMe
the spring. parents. I I 1 Funeral Director Ambulance Se
Mrs. Lojise Moore has returned varez and family.Mr. I i I i industry j Describes I i i II
i !I' if some of ServiceAt I .NOTUK TO APPKIK I Our local funeral home enables nj to offer convenience AM
to her Kingsley Lake home and Mrs. I 'Ian, Circuit Court. Bradford County. '!
t \' been as District Meet I Florida In (.. 'I services not otherwise available.We .
I after a four-month visit with her Kansas City. Mo. : .an..r'
iruth: I'
Murphy I'lainllft'1
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I, son-in-law and daughter Mr. weekend for a i way by the Ham K Miirplu. lirffiitlant -- .. ,
I and Mrs. J. D. Moran, and their :'olrs.ix's of the in-i i Muss Dorothy Alvarez Bradford II I I'a-e N'.> lv-1364 I
'.Notlor Tn tpprariTo furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, ana
above were County Cancer Drive Chairman.
new son. Mrs. Moran and baby Wesley Andrews. I William: K :Murpht.: whose-j
accompanied Mrs. Moore home Clarence !! question :.1? ,; spoke on Service to the CancelI I i.llm.| ami ...ail.ln---i l-. I'ii knuwnf I accept AN T life insurance policy in force Iwued by ANT

I for a six weeks visit sonville spent j request was ,|I I Patient at the district meeting of You sun for are 111\1'hereby. | <.. .notified IIM",lv. :m.l.n-that a.. company as payment in part or in full on a funeral
not, that the Cancer Society in Gainesville, trot ..f Inn .r child Consultation
'all (39 for home tI.'moI1'ltra- Mr. and + or carries no obligation
parents has
been filed against! In the
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tion !jof new timing Machines hams Sr.Gene agree tint Thursday. Jan. 12. above named Court and cause and II F' "F 4

.) I, Shepherd's Radio & TV. I|I state, '
"There I uat dreaming of a Mr. and Mrs Gilbert Hamm of I Shaw in!' I then has Cancer Closet, organized; by the,. I your fimplalnt answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading Attorney to the .__ ._ __ __ ._,__ __ __ : : ,__' ,
with friends I I Joseph K.
steak, when out I Jacksonville birth two wherei Beta Sigma Phi under the' Skipper 221 Florida
juicy suddenly announce the I Mr and :Mrs.: I I sorority 'I Title Building- Jacksonville 2
pops this!" of a son on Jan. 6. Before her Mrs. 'i' upon to i chairmanship of Mrs Robert L. I }'Florida v

I. marriage Mrs Hamm was Janet I Mr.families and Christmas ,I Firth and of the assistance given,I>, ,'and of the file Clerk the of original the Circuit In the Court office on I I PIECE
For sirloin T-l Guardsmen the ,. or before the 1 I
>one Thomas. J by county Public Health
Monday of Mrs j 'I!I -'" <11> f.i. I".in uar\. !iI 1"''.i. I Ii
any kind Paul Knight arrived In Starke I Long's brother, at home to ]I nurses The Cancer Closet lends i i ''otherwise the allegations of said

Why tlrt'am'p'rt'! not Sunday from Miami and will visit in Baconton, Ga. make hospital beds and supplies. Members Complaint ed by you.will be taken as confeta- I LIVING

so hard to find! 'his mother, Mrs. D. E. Knight, I I mained in a little dri\1 take the supplies to the home,,, i 1' This notice shall be published

I for a few days. While enjoyinga 1 : Council I II stay to get acquainted and when 1 Once weeks each In the week BRADFORD for four consecutive COUNTY I ROOM
days.
vacation in Florida Mr. Knightwill I I tut some of | necessaiy. help to care for the!! TELEGRAPH.
Mr and Mrs ,oull 1 1 I'.itnl,I t:,i- I 01"1 I /I., ,. ..
GUIDON GRILL 'i spend most of the time in I were patient. Transpoitation to clinics 1 i (Ol i-'JClAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Miami and Fort Lauderdale.V. Orlando can be arranged for those patients;, I> Clerk of the Court I GROUP
and Iy Marian Deputy
Rosa L. Cr '
George Kopelousos, Owner I'' S. St. John is confined in the j Misses Bertha never have unable to find their own. 'Yo 4t clerk. I 'I''
Mrs. 'I I
Starke, Fla. Lake City V. A. Hospital where I weekend in I I funds for On February 12 the local Cancer '- -'

TTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTWITH he will undergo a leg operation. | laughter Mis. {I I I to us Society; will sponsor a blood! -. -- '.;- i 1-Sofa lied! For Only
I Ii Mrs Emma Pinner of Cleveland.Tenn. I i ] that bank drive The blood collected
is spending several weeks Miss Delia ; in and out will be available for emergencies

I with Mr. and Mrs Heib Thomas. I Pauline Torode. I! .' doing; for as well as for cancer patients. COLONIAL Matching: ChairS
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Charles Knight of Gainesville D'al1.1'1' j' what Wf'i After luncheon a research film

I II visited relatives in Starke Tues- day to attend i many places. was shown and Dr. Francis E. l-l'lalform 1 Rocker

I day tation to the I. if these II | Ray. director of the Cancer Research FLORISTPHONE 9 S

I Club in the their pub-1 Laboratory, conducted a a
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Welding & Brazing I Hotel I lesponsifcle tour of his laboratory and explained 2-End Tables
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Mrs )F. A. :\ : the Coun- its work. 218 *
1I I Located Opposite Steele an.lIrs. i I how much 1-Coffee TableS
Bradford Furniture Corp. I and family of i!| of the Guarl Local people attending the meeting i I
with Miss Alvarez were Mrs
I On U. S. 301 starke d.i ; (i)
I Sunday !j in Robert L. Firth Mrs. Pauline 2-Table Lamp-
I Open Evenings & and Mrs. W. P. :\ t'amr I
Saturdays Torodl.rs., : Arlin :McKnight.[ :Miss
I :Mis. John j Dorothy Ross. and Mrs. Alice
F. R. DANNY FLOWERSFor
: to h< i' home in toward i McGaiev.n.L.
I Phone 4.T.MV I !I of ,
twoeek.s visit me II All Occasions r.. '
I I I Sale. and family.Mi I I wl.o'i () I.Uth; ,' III'\\ J-Stt-r-; J 4'I' ,*

and :Mrs G I j i that he mc-i- ;; brook piirsf-si/e fountain IM-II- in I DISH GARDENS ., .
I '. we all |>a.M .ha".-.. Only !yl.38:, at Bradford -" ;.< .,f ,...i
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:Mi and) 'i County Telegraphefl POTTED PLANTS .. ,'. ,, 'i! _..
andrs.: [ Bud ) / J- '
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coirrnunit'- Sl.llki.. FI"llIla.I--!' I t.. ,011 .t. ( 'H' : .
:Mis. Guy < : i Flowers 'WiredAnywhere' JI ... V.i
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CHEVROLET I .:. .\: : : :J Mr and Mrs. :I ;its the duty Guard and: \ ,I FLORIDA .-:.-_ ,,_._. :.J .. : .:_ ,' __ =. ::_= : :i

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210-3 Dr. Radio, %SWTires I A Phillips 66 Fall and Win- 1 1 St. Simons 'I from which i -----
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Clean. ter Servlce Check-up gets ha.a di.U; II
your car ready for cold nandina Beach I :

weather ahead helps I: with Mr. and THEATREI IIROBBINS' 1:111 1:111I
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1954CHEVROLET keep It running In snow, i' On Sunday the I FINAL
; sleet, freezing tempera- Lance and her :
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tur. Dies I
i celebrated I FLA.
t'lIr., 4-Dr., Radio, I I

\\S\V Tires, E\tra Clean We put in Phillips 66 Trop-Artic I Mrs Lucille I 1,1
Motor Oil the oil-weather I the past week SAT JAN 21 ONLY I

1952 motor oil. 1 and sister-in-law Marcotte. 76,I i- DOUBLE FEATURE -' I II'' I

Rufus Tatum in Lake Worth,
CHEVROLET We lubricate in the right I sr* I 1
2 Dr., Radio and Heater, places with the right Phillips 66 I Mr. and Mrs. morn- *f : '

Clean lubricants. from lanta Sunday attending to I She 1926 was until a II I Illi

We get the cooling system i Show. I '
ready for cold weather.A 1!
1950CHEVROLET Mr. and Mrs were held on I I
Phillips 66 Check-up now j as guests Mrs. Jan. 14, at 9 ILL LADIES ci ,

2 Dr., Radio, .AboM means dependable driving in i Eric Moore of Heart r .lllr

Average.AH / all winter conditions. !j Jesse night Thursday Moore of her. husband, I i FALL A 00

I Come Today! '".. DRESSES Iii :
I| Sunday : ; daughters, : _... 1'0. iI !r
Above Cars Have Been I j Sgt. O. J. I I : Hillcrest, Mrs. :,. fIa,FORD

Thoroughly Reconditioned.AH I i: Dill Field was ; and Mrs. I ': CTIClBARRYMa ':;-T1ERNcr:. I III! J k'p'

Repair Work In Our i i family for the I ; and Iij; lACI.Ir: stoTT, l ;" ;

Shop Is Fully (:Guaranteed j, Phillips and !; Also two '''f. ;;.;. 1 i liil reduced '
all !iv- ___;:z.. --.J.
Xo Job! Too Small)) or Too I Tampa with I )
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Large. i i iSEYMOUR'S i: spend the week *
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I 66" I :Mr. and Mrs :I I j for immQdialQ ''ql'l

RATLIFF I Service Station !i Crosby had luncheon Dawkins I .,= 1 Ii clearance iili'j f1


Chevrolet Co. I 617 N. Temple A\e. : on Monday.Mrs. : : :

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' Stark Fla. Phone .iOi ; past week in I ':i ALL ;. ,.III
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i Mr. and Mrs. \ ALL LADIES ALL LADIES) :

I i I family I DRESS SHOES

That's Our Business I :Mrs Owen I SKIRTS SWEATERSFinal

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Tuesday
guests I

GLASS If It's Glass We Have It! i Jacksonville ana : Final $3.99 Final : $3.00

I /' CALL WRITE or VISIT :I of:Mrs Tampa.W. G. :I I Clearance Clearance $2.99 Clearance *Ji


Joe Peters Glass Co : er guest and on Friday- 0 : ALL LADIES ALL LADIESBLOUSES ALL LADIES

:Mrs T D Curtis ; Cut I
I'lus FLAT SHOES
: "Txxft-tie's ('ircu. (artoon : i
FOR ANY CLASS: NEED slst..r"Irs.. L. j jm Last HATS
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', We Design Modern Store Fronts ? lal Circle Ga. \ > to fight liaptcr Sc'rial I j., !

/ Just Mail Us A Pattern for ula Mitiham of !I to a blaze'' I 'I Final 99 "Final 1 Clearance

Table TODS will Pilm leave Beach to !! \ .\' suing Sunday Monday. Tuesday (II'I;;!, Clearance; $1 I Final: 5 j j99 At I/ Price

1313 X W. -UK PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone Fit 2- 1353Service ; I hole January 22. 23; 21 ;! Clearance
\Veddmg mean a 2

.1.in :22. of I unless Artists and I' i'I'11 1 BOYS FLANNEL
... ," .... ., Models
e -_'_---- _- _. .'___. __ -_- -- and 1 Mster. ),11'. ,IAd.ur insurance. II\!!\ SHIRTS I BOYS COHnHOY One Group; Boys (otton
\\ ith Martin and IA'\\!i..
Mr and Mis : Plus ". jiII I SHIRTS I
Iitl' .Makes m ht" ('artoanEO. ill" SHIRTSFinal I
1 tertame. 19 j!I that blow i II !i. mal $4 .39

TV wedding supper | ; long SIes
': Clearance 99
their homo at I i iI (; VANTFYVednesday '111'\:1\, | I $1 00
$1
Ave honoring I I Insurance :I Clearance Final
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Richard Kuhn 1 Thursday Friday \ I BOYS POLOSHIRTS Clearance

All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates whose former man-iag/Jean !!; : I( January 2:>, 26 27 ;i i,1 i Ii; I ('0)111: IN: :AND! CHECK! : THE MANY .\H\f.S

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Fully Equipped .-. DependableAll 1:1.iturdH': CLEAKANCE :
ULYSSES Long Sleees
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Makes and Models 88C NOTE-We are open to 6:30 Friday and Saturday _
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Double or i "...swooning :M\ooner" Carton and be open all day Thursdays.


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BKADrOni COUNTY TEI.ECR.tPIIST.tltltE:, FLORIDA
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rnnvvVVIrr.r..nrrr.rr in Lake Butler. Rebecca Thomas of Jacksonville! I II
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Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis and I visited Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thomas rNrrrrrrrr.rrrrlrrrrrrr ':. i" ,I tai, sick. .:.L".,. :' '.. l ,...", .... ,. .-"
BROODER ehldren'isited Mr. and Mrs. B. J. I en Wednesday. KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS U i.- :li-j.1 one ot the young mer. \\" V :i. ili\e -i \.i'k.i,; ,r f

Waters in Gainesville Sunday. I Mrs. Benny Thomas! Sr. and LONG BRANCHby iroju our congregation -- one little i hareh! tumgh I Fr. :Li. ,

IJy :\Ir... f'H 15. CaitlenAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA H. L. Sweat of Ft. Pierce visited I children and Mrs. Sue Mullia of I Uy :Mary Kay: Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 .-, .in: .i:ways helped with the simjM. Hope U i.nij-h 8' ,Imc: : :i:.. h'-' :

Mis. Doris Kelly and family last I Gainesville visited Mrs. Abbie 11alI j .Mr: .. J. I.. MntKUmlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA :: .' and other serY t'es.'ard at this tame inj rc: t, U!:"' o'h:
v.tekend. St. William's Catholic Club met II. Lane enlisted in the Air Force
I phus in Branford Sunday Unfortunately- photo- fm.shmjr work duce: All;, vh' \\ '
Cirl. Meets Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Guest : Visiting with Mrs. Amanda I in the Recreational Hall after fii.iphei! : was not on hand to snap !a.-t Friday and has entered tram- to help art m\ti-i! : i f"" ':."

Th-- Liibedta Pinholster Circle and daughter of Nashville, Ga. and Lewis' and family Sunday were Mass on Sunday morning, Jan. 15.: Arthur Beckwitli and Lindsay We wenon the i-u-k list last ing We miss him very much. and !help: iltiv. nail;- ,' i ..' -

til the lirooker: Baptist Church : Mr. and Mrs. Louie Brown ot i!! Mr. and :Mrs.: Max Lewis of Jacksonville for a short but decisive meeting.* I Walker perched atop "Trixie, the neck and unable to collect any But even if we did lose Ward. ever you
net at the home of Mrs. Frank Cocoa Beach were Sunday guestsof ;. Mr. and :Mr.: Ovid Lewis II) The topic of discussion was the I Gentle Elephant". news for publication.The i we gained three other members

Tina.-y Tuesday, Jan. 10. In theabsence the \\'. K.; Bighams.Mrs. and children of Starke, and Mrs. St. Valentine's Day Dance, which Chaplain Father Alex Gorski. little daughter of Willie Sunday.: Mrs Estella Wainwright Martin And LewisIn
;! will! be held on Saturday night j I who holds the rank of Lieutenant Padgett is ill! this and daughter Bonnie who live
of the circle leader, Mrs. T. W. XUrkey and MiW. ;. Annie Lewis of Keystone Heights. I very at writing -
Feb. 11, at the Sky tel. in the Navy, has :.it Middleburg! and New Film
Ralph Nettles presided. Mrs. E. Bighanx meet with the Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Stalnaker I been visiting his and Faye England's infant belong to the
G. 1' Edincott',' Mrs. Joseph Pawlikowski will cousin, Mrs. Joseph Pawlikowski. Black Pond Church, and Irene
: Miss Jean
and
K. Gieen the Florida State Road men, Mr. Miller and family I Coming To Florida
accepted
position asC"mlll.mity and Mr. Griffis spent Sunday afternoon at the I be general chairman and plannedto and her husband and son in Keystone three children, Jerry, Martha Ann Pmlsrett, who belongs to Caleb
Mission in Starke Monday
Chairman

an choose her committee and this week. Father and Buzzy. 1: Church, all came in under the
Foster Memorial at White announce Gorskis .
Ai-
cffii-f formerly held by Mrs. Shirley to obtain information Stephen ":- aii'l! 1.hi u.- r. '
pe.-- her choice at the Wednesday : stationed at Whiting Field, Mil David Schaeffer was the dinner ,t, watchcare of our church until '
Overturf, who taining to roadside beautification.Rev. Springs. j lau ;.'. b.irt.uo of LVai.: Ma:*
recently moved i j ) evening regular meeting, Jan. ton. While in Keystone he celebrated guest of Mike Siprelle last Sun- their letters can be obtained. .
1u Virginia. :Mrs.: Wilson Green C. B. Stallings was elected Mrs. Mary Thomas and Mrs. day. and Jeuy Lewis, will > < .uj><. t'
) 17 too late for this issue. Mass each morning at St. i| Among the other visitor .. .
\ ilunteered as Sunbeam Band : Secretary to the Baptist Mission Julia Shaver of Baldwin visited' I inour fraurci spot t the Flu; d i T.atre.
Mrs. Joseph Schuch will be in William's, at 8:30. Members of the Woman's
services
Club
Leader for group one of the Jane Committee of Dist. 6 at the meeting the Harley] Shaws Tuesday. On | I Sunday morning Sunday through Tti "*,J.i:>
charge of tickets, while Jean Fer- Everett Fox confined and all their friends to
is
I in are urged were Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Davis and
in Shaw and The revolves
r'irruii McUae Sunbeam Band.' Jacksonville Wednesday.Mr. Friday Mrs. Doshie story aiouril PIMa \
aci will be in charge of prizes. I Doctor's Hospital at Starke, and attend the covered dish luncheon daughter, Mrs. J.
W. Lane all
,
visited Greenwich ..
Gainesville Village
Most of the members and Mrs. Thomas Ezell James of paint'1: t\
present Shipe and
.I Harold Scales has returned to has been there for over a week. meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 24, at of Jacksonville. More '
promIsed to help in the Mother's Mr. and Mrs. Theron ; the Shaws. were pres- is plagued by his pal! Jirj .< :I'
Shipe ofi his Army post in Kais ,r-Slaugh- We hear that his condition is fav- 1 o'clock. The speaker for the ent for Sunday School than in
'
March for the fight Knoxville, Tenn. and Mrs. > diction to dory o mir book T': i
against Polio. were :Mrs.: H. C. Douglas
overnight tern, Germany, after a 30-day furlough orable, and he is always happy to afternoon will be Hirris C. Long i some time, and we are very proudof
IXwutiie: guests of the Rev and Mrs. C. B. Wilson Green visited Mrs. Wilber I not only give .l.-rry niah'.iiibut :
MeetingThe
have .
; at his home in Waldo. His, visitors.little i County Superintendent of Clay the of little .
progress our the bu\- fired! :"o-'i: /
in get !
Strickland
Stallings Fndaj.Rev. and Elmer
home of Mrs. W. E. Big-i Dampier j local friends were happy to see I Linda Lee is County Schools, who will speak on church Attendance was so .
Anthony not after job. Finally Dean
u'\-
law was the place of meeting for and Mrs. L. L. Parker and Alachua General Hospital in | him again behind the meat counter "Education in Florida." Hostesses
I home from St. Vincent's I -i good at Training Union but
I j Hospital we art to become a itinur l h""1 K ...,
.the executive board of the Brook- : Garden: Club Monday night, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Tetstone and : ing his brother, Bill. His after her bout with Detweiler, Mrs. James Grayson I|
I pneumonia. Now corrections are in orderagain. Their word! i-- > o ie d .\i; I ,
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Ian. 16. I Andrews of New River. J, son of Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. J j Eetty, who is cashier at Wife'j Her sister, Pamela, aged 3, came :Mrs. Everett Fox, Miss Anna Mc- Don't know if I made themusiake I I.tdies and \uituif nun anti.1: : .Iti .

I'n..nt.i..tant Program We are happy to hear that Mrs. !! Edd Polk and boys Saturday. On ,J ays she expects him home again down with flu after Linda got Cullough, and Mrs. George Schaf- : or if Rev. Lane did, butanywlY. : dreams up a sei.r. '. g.\ .

A group of mothers interested :, ller.y lodge is home from the;; Tuesday Mrs. Cora Stokes and: m the Sprng.Mr. home, so their mother h.td quitea fer. i the heating stove donated ment formula for inerr>!.i! ; <

ii th- school children and teach- hospital after undergoing a major! Namoi and Gloria Stokes of ;; and Mrs. Harvey Baxter time of it, but we are glad to Also, you are asked not to forget to Us was given by the Doctors r< ,'kets: and g..t'-; /bosh: Mth '.
's !jnet at the home of Mrs. Guy | operation last week. Also glad to:' Gainesville were guests of the { were in St. Petersburgfrom Monday report her troubles are over. I! the covered-dish supper in I InK't Methodist Church instead .- FBI onto. t t'-eiu.
Htirell Thursday to work out a hear that Mrs. J. IL Kelly isimproving. Polks. I to last week. Little Martin Kendrick
Wednesday of Belote
the
o!f MiddUburg ChunhMrs. '
Middleburg this evening, which is' After th:!' th. ir w. _
1. 01'11.' thereby they could help Friends of Vance Russ I| :Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Coleman of Mrs. Baxter said they stopped atilver infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill : John! Huntley seemed! to ,
crowd d! ht
;I. j'lli,1{ and teacher and also of Opopka will regret to learn that!' Gainesville were vsiting Mr. and SI Sprnigs, en route to Keystone I i Beiote, is still in Alachua General under the auspices of the Home Kno.v urn need for more heal v.tl mire .1' : ::1, '. .-;
1'.a G.J'
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:i A ill help them better to he is ill in the Orlando hospital. !! :Mrs.: J. T. Sowells and family and and: found that the springs' Hospital but his parents hope to Demonstration Clubs of Clay through her inf'-irnoe .
.- the pnWI :: 1 md G.I: ,: !I. J' mr.I'Lan ,-,! 1
: .v. tied 1 and appreciate our : Sorry to hear that Linda Gayle :Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Sowells Sunday. I Las dropped five feet so evioently have him home in a few days. ('lIunlIt will be held at theComm'umly ;; madeV! of Clay Hill!! wi'u ', ,' I:L: L m 11 It -, .

,.' ,This year especially our Green is ill and will miss school Don't forget PTA meeting ; our lakes aren't the only!'! Mr. and :Mrs. Elmer Livingston Center in Middleburg.Of : to thank! oitors) inlet Chill> '.i 1\, an bet ,.n- :'.\ 'v, a. .

"i '. ,i.h' crowded. Our 1st and 'i t all this week. I Thursday night, Jan. 26, at the bodies of water that are suffering; ;;re planning to move to Jackson- course, if you are a member :rid ask Go.hl --ing on eveiy- !.;."us 1'111":1\: '.1.1:. .:
i < had to be combined. Mrs. school house. i! from lack of rain. I Mile where Mr. Lh'ingstonnl! be ot the Trail-Ridge Credit Union .
+ Aubrey Hazen was visiting p""* u.i: his hrlf'td us in any \'..mis! .10'\'" ,1.1.i :
L L. :
Woods was made chair- her sister, Mrs. W. T. Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Austin of Showers finally came on Monthly employed, as of February 1. They you will naturally want to attend v. 11',, fIl' ]L. i. h. .i" i'I', ,. J J.Ii. tl
i i.: ihis PAP and Mrs. Guy in Gainesville Monday. i Green Cove: Springs visited Mr. ; : Circus Day in Keystone I will maintain their home on Lake the meeting in Starke at the vRrv.. Lester Taggert will b l,'ir .!l.> Mayciiu: f :> II .\ :
,11'chairman.: Those pres- Mr. and ilrs. R. A. Nettles entertained and Mis. flit! Terry ::iatur ay. Mr. Heights. There hadn't been any! Brooklyn for summer living, sothey'won't uso at 7 o'clock this evening I I II ,,!.i>ik"r at the Saturday: rill;! g"rc-lu\'ir.g '/,
!1 i i : i Woods this meeting were Mrs. their house guests, Mr. Au.-tin and Mi Ten acre former:! !rain for months, and Monday we I I I be saying good-bye to'' I Friday)1. There will be a busi-1 service on Jan. :"?9 and there will 'ti-ii
Mrs.
Guy Ilarrell, and Mis. A. M. Varp of Greeport, ship iiiate.x .'hit the jackpot! By 4 o'clock, the i their friends here. :Mrs. Livingston ness meeting, and then a supper. Kpeiia! music by the Swamp-
Hi Dl !Iba Green j ,
l\lrt.: II. C.1'iiUtfUs ', 1'a. and Charles Fisher of Jacksonville ,, 1.lain I had abated enough to permit j was the Keystone photographer There will be some mighty nice land Quartet and others at this j {'aD 239 for home lfinoii-ti ..

Mrs !Ruth Mrs.Mizell.Aubrey Hazen, and. with an outdoor barbecue errrrr.r..rnn.vr.rr.n :some of the acts, and the children, for the Bradford County ( prizes given away, too, to some I mreingDon't know yet who the ion of new Sewing 3lu-hin-.. -

;; Saturday afternoon. On Sunday' :seemed to love it, rain, mud, and I Telegraph. The Livingston have I I lucky people. speaker is for this Saturday !II Shepherd's Radte: & T\.
School Nrus I IMrs. they visited Mrs. Charles Fisher HIGHLAND ; -- -

J ItztlHarrell was ill Tuesday in Jacksonville. F

and Mrs. Roy Green? substi- :Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Addison I
ateJ for her. The 3rd and 4th and children and Miss Beady CarI IJy Mrs' Laryonuau
grades had quite a bit of fun with
I relton of Gainesville were Sunday I j ..... I
the walkie talkie that Stevie Tin-I dinner of Rev. I
guests and Mrs.! II '
ney brought to school Tuesday.At I Ressie Carleton. j Those from here attending tde'

last our boys had a \victory.i :Mr. and Mrs. Harrell Sorrels of I ',Union Meeting at Long Branch j'
Tuesday when they went to Law- Jacksonville! were weekend guests were Zettie Padgett, Virgie Crif-
j I (is, Nellie! Wilkinson, Ellen Norman -
tey they won 228.
'of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal and
Richard Mosely, Francis
The March of family.
Dimes cards '
were
Eunice, lC.. Harvey, and Mr. i
given to each of the children at Arthur Kelly of Pensacola visit-I'
:and Mrs. Homer Smith and
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school Monday. The room collecting ed his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S.'
the most for this worthy cause I Kelly, last weekend. 'daughter Shirley.
will be rewarded with a party in Mrs. C. S. Kelly and son L. C. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Starling
the lunch room next week. attended the birthday dinner in and little daughter of Ileilbronn

Among those from here attend- I ,honor of Warner Mott at Hague visited the Albert and Lacy Nor-

ing the WMU Rally held at the Sunday. mans and attended church serv- ,

First Baptist Church in Starke Miss Annette Green of the U. of :ices here last Sunday. ,

Wednesday *.vere Mrs. L. L. Dyal, I F. spent the weekend with her I Mrs. Brooksey Mosely is still

Mrs Wilson Green, Mrs J. K. parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green 'on[ the puney list. Also aunt Fran- I

Douglas, Mrs. C. E. Stallings, and I Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Denmarkand I l'iorman and several others I
Mrs M. O. Han)!. I' : grandson Billy of Jacksonville, who have had flu.
Mrs. II. L. Harerll of Santa Fe were Sunday dinner guests of Winfred Wilkinson and Millie IwIa'I
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was visiting Mrs. Mattie Barry ,Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harrell and i 'Wilkinson of Jacksonville, Leon-

last Monday. family. i :ard Wilkinson of Maxville, and /
Mrs. Brook Perryman of Gainesville I' Mrs. Edna Hayes of Gaines-! 'Louise Johns and sons attended

spent the weekend with her I yule! visited Mr. and Mrs. Guy ,church hire Sunday.
fcon-m-law and daughter Mr. and Ilarrell and family Sunday. Sunday School 9:4."i: a. m. Worship -

Mrs J. n MottMi I IennelhIott of Pensacola : SIM \ue.s, 11 a. m. and 7:30
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and Mrs Roy Green and : 'visited his parents Rev. and :Mrs. p m. pi'.!nor. Meeting each Wedne.d.iv. -

taiiuh spent Sunday afternoon 'I L H. Mutt last weekennd. i I I ; 7aU::: p. in Teachers Meet-
visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes Mi'. and Mis. Buddy Wateia and :pig each Saturday7:30: p. m.
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NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED and daughter Cheryl Ann, re- Home Demonstration peer. and i 1 :t-aspo- :cntrr.i > d The Boy Scou'- ">iti! I
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Adult Choir
id!day I prac- n.
I iint CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy ;U: 11l'\1 to th'ir home in Tampa t Notesby l ongratulation., crutches along wih the jrMIIUi : I.,.

ntci: Sf' ndmg the weekend with
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.In-Si t hool. 9.43am: Morn- O/ora J. ShellYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYY' Congratulations
Mi and Mis. O. J. to the 1-H : OF INTKNIION TOREGIs'1'ER
the' PhIllips.
\\ ii.-hip, "A Challenge! to
girls who sold over 250 bags 0: << t-U'llTlull!! \, \lIt:
ih," 11 a.m. Congregational;: YYYYYYYYYY .* f YYTYYYYilcp Call Hilhard! visited Tate: Crosby DOKOTIIY HOSS peanuts Saturday for CarolI =\utiif llur< l.>' p.iiii 1'. ,( ih
,., at St. Luke's Hospital Sunday polio. ur.tlerj-ifri.eil, uiiitr: the I'! i -. MS
ing afterward for the purpose Junior .MuskLiiis Organise] ai tment I has tharge of assem- ,Mlernoon. lie also visited his sis- Home Demonstration .\ ent I Temples, HarrietP,>',u.j. L'nda f ('hapter "09..". La..r F rol'"ts 'j"
pi i'renting the building and re- On Knday, Jan. 13, at 3:30: p. Uy on Wednesday at 9:30: a. m. n I Smith Linda Cox and Hilna: .\ of 1941 will register w "h "f
j Iter, Mis. M. Padgett while in Clerk of the Circus "'(>bt .i' a4i
u'! program for 1950.; Dinneri students : each week and the high school ; Tanner '
set .
m. the applied music up their display: on 'r Ilrlotf"ld; ("mini* -- ase of KJi
i! h., served on the grounds ira'utelv were organized at the home of I department has charge of assem- : Jacksonville. Florida Products 1'c-.tii.il s.-ianiblel egg. grits toast: j Call Street. A\, upun r. ,'*ipt of p'..<.f "( p-h'l: -
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1 Mr. and Mrs. Johnny crew Tii'n if th,- n.'t'o-1, the fictiti'js
afterward. Youth Fel- Laura Whitmore corner of Oak bly at 2 m. on Thursday of Thl''Cl.k of January I'J-ZS: strawberry' preser.milk or .
p. The giils: will be stlim: ii.r.r <"t Si uie O .s ''r pa-iy i-dt- ;.
Sallie Ann Epperson and I and Mr. Crews mother visited the his been proclaim-d! by Governor ,,, coffee.i : gain "hi 1 in lui
"\ -hIp and North. Streets. The following each week. Plan now to attend laW engag-J sire e.
next ,
I Futch Sunday.Mr. Saturday and \\'t are sure" : M.n1s-.n: 5t Sta'ke TU.Fl
Guy family .W..t
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ill i.Sink hostesses. Evening LeRoy Collins as For-ii! Products LUNCH :
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and Fresh Florida ,
officers were elected: Charles ': some of these educational fruit von roll!! want -o "ia J. Madi. I.. 1 6.4, -tak,
\'..hip, "The Decision to Live and Mis. Russell Tyson of Festival Week The ten- medley with chelae cu'Sope m Ki.t -"It t \' ntr.P.ti' .
Covington. president; Gwendolyn.Marshall : j inspirational programs. cottage and thee DELICIOUS" .
: p d i > nei !pe.- '! th" l l.'th days of I> o-o-nlir
Mi-iptully, 7:30 p.m. ., vice-president; Deloris Atli.lt Education j Jacksonville spent Sunday with day event is a cooperaaveffort I lime-mint dressing pecan muffin! r..ts that ha\e '>...-n .I.I! :n \ P. I'.>: ..t :t-ta tvf: Fit .
of' 1 the E. J. Raulerson family. I the Florida Development Com-!i butter 1 U ')4tI2' !
Tuesday Winter meeting Jenkins, secretary; Mary Belle The adult education classes are I by milk or coffee, ice cream,

iwannee Presbytery at Mt. Olive Tyson, assistant secretary; Con- still in session and being held Donald Ciandeis returned this mission, state !agencies, retail cookies.; : I !
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resbyterian Church, Jacksonville ;!I i seviella Goodson treasuurVill; each Tuesday and Thursday night weekend from Carratelle in anew outlets manufacturers, packers DINNER. Supreme mea: loaf WE A\IIJ,1E} Ol'EN: i

10 in. W. T. Jackson and Rev ,, eta Wysmger reporter. Ozora :, at Lawtey Training School, and | Oldsmobile: which was givento commodity associitio'publicity' new potatoes in jacKets; teamed.\ FRIDAY UNTII.9:00! 1 P\1: i

W S. McAhley representatives.;:I i' hell will serve as teacheradvisor. -I R. J. E. Music Education is being him by his Christian friends and chamber of "nmerce orgar.-I cabbage sliced ion" atoes. eoi Y f

Monthly meeting Women of the The group set up objectives j taught by E E. Mmott at Ebenezer !m Carrabelle. He filled the pul- 1 izations tc pio. .-: recognitionand hearts cairot slides, wheat: ore,id. From 6 to 9 p.m. I

him h, 8 p.m.Wednesday and plans to meet each Thursday. Baptist Church in Lincoln I pit funday mOl ning and evening use of Florida products. This; butter milk, orange slice. th: SPECIAL

Junior Choir prac- :i I A number will be presented by I City. More persons are needed to i at the Fust Baptist Church in Festival is being plj'nr.ec1; a:? an ;,: fresh frozen coconut. FRIDAYI'OKTAHLE I

3:30: pm Prayer Meeting j one member at each meeting so I make this class a complete suci I Highland. annual ev:rt. J;FX'IPE..

w p m. that they can get in the habitof cess. Heading, writing and arithmetic :Mr and Mrs Louie Lee WainI It is said that today, at least l.inie-.Mint Dressing ReMIX f
before i State Farm were 60 per cent of the retail salesdollar Three sprigs fresh mini., tniee-
making appearances i i are taught in General Ed- I wright of the sI99:i

At The Tabernacle groups. These officers will be installed i I iK-ation Come out and learn more Saturday evening dinner guestsof spent is leaving :he state. fourths cup salad oil, one-tourth: 14.95 i

during a chapel programvery about the three R's. January will I the C. B. Hiatt family. The Florida Products Ftst'val: i.i '' cup lime juice, one-half teaspoonsalt MASTER 6 to () ". I, 1!

:\ Saturday night sermon and soon. Any persons taking ;i be the test month; if the attend- Th Truman Norman family, designed to reduce this percen one-eighth teaspoon pepper Friday-Only t

I i. I-.H 1 ill! program ty Dick Knox music of any kind In the countyis i i ance does not increase it will be | Edirar Wilkinson family and Ter- tageProducts one teaspoon sugar one teaspoon I

01 Little Genessee. N. Y., accom- invited to join this group. Pu- necessary to close the program or I i ry Futch were fishing in Silver which are grown ard piepared mustard.Cut WhEN YOU THINK OFS; THINK orS

rtiiu-d by his wife highlighted pils being taught by Mother Pul- i, consolidate aU classes into one. I I Lake Saturday afternoon. manufactured in cur county include mint leaves fineiy Flat e in
I and cordially invited be fruits, wcp'ables. grains bowl. Add other ingi?dients and L A n E Nest Door To
him will
Taber- others are i
i-ck'-mi services at the |, It appears that typing Milo Smith and Donald Bran- U
a, le! They were assisted in the to attend the meetings and the lucky class unless the persons deis were business visitors to meat including( poultiy and one ire cube. crushed. Beat until l.oirrs:
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Braikman Jr., h -ome member if interested. I and eggs'. dairy fOods. work clothes thick. Serve on fruit: salad: !
III-H by Morns a interested In sewing Jacksonville on Saturda '.
furniture ilmenite, ornamental Meat
Leaf
Supreme
The dues were set at lOc per their at-
fundamentals
bo plays trumpet. improve
Mr and Mrs. Benton Futch and
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nursery stock plastic products Use your favorite hf31':1i:
service week has
The Lawtey
tendance. group
The Sunday morning
I son. Steve were Tuesday evening lumber. naval st.iteani\ .ing recipe. Bake alAido: .
J. E. Brown of hoir ('omrrt Bettie Home as you I
mnduc-ted by ( to I'rrsrnt been praise by dinner guests of the .1. T. Hitch
M 1 Pttersburgh who brought a The R. J. E. Choir, under the teacher, for their fine attendance.This I oil. Lift out on warm sert.ns; ; dish
family Let's buy 't'm and use 'em for when done Serve with SupremeSauce NOTICEALL
'ue.--age on Faithfulness as de- dnection of E. E. Mmott music group is inspired by the par-
Rev Edgar Wilkinson i is teaching the of our
growth and prosperity made as follows:
,iu-ted in the book of Ruth. specialist of the county will appear ticipation of teachers: A. B. Anderson I
a Study Course for Rev. E county and state and its mdividnal.s' i- Sieve ripe avocad-1 To n"-'
Those from the Tabernacle at- in concert recital on Sunday :M: W. Turner and Z. Jl n- i a
C. Harvey at Highland this week.Miss sieved avocado add tlire-1
'-ndmg, the Missionary program Feb. 5, at 3:30 p. m at Allen nings. They meet at RJE every Ii cup
: Jackie Harley. of Jacksonville iiggfsled Menus For .V 1I.1 tablespoons mavonnnise. :2 tablespoons -
it Park-of-the-Palms Sunday Chapel A.M.E. Church Rev. Wednesday night and alternating
I spent the weekend with i r..ill11 Florid.i I'roducts tomato ca:>>III'. 1 tiblesptH : -
.\el e especially interested since .i:. J. Washington pastor, under Monday nights.In .
I her parents. Mi and :Mrs Huh 1 BREAKFAST. Giapenuit lwi\-s >n lime juice, one-tomth lea.-
he speaker was from Quito. ECuior the auspicies of the rally group CuIs'! sound PROPERTY
Harley with honou>untiuis.ige.I; SPOilt lit a dash of t<'ba.* where their own mission- led by Brother Homer Williams Ethel V. Singleton sends gleet- I
"11'. and Mrs Wesley' Thomas -
u \ is located. They also heard 1 The rally will rose in February ings from the Florida east coast. ,

nterestins: accounts of the lives i which is the month for Founder's I she is there working for the sea- !i of Tampa spent the weekend with law requires that each home

..i the five missionaries who rekntly Day contribution to Edward Waters | son but will return to her parents 'I Mrs Thomas' patents :Mt, and p0 MEN FIND THAT THEY who owner
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Mrs W Fred :Moore. to receive the benefit of
lot their lives at the hands College, Jacksonville. A rich in the spring. She is the Homestead

.,. savage nativesMethodist musical program is being prepared -i j daughter of Sister Lula Singleton The new feme around the Law- CAN MAkE AND BUILD Tax Exemption must file his applicationwith
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that will feature spirituals I Mt. Moriah Methodist Church j lev school is quite an improvement -

Church and classical selections. The general I I I..f and an outstanding leader in the i to the school grounds AND SOON JHZyA&E the Tax Assessor each and every year

: public is cordially invited to serves j Mr. and Mrs. Earl Legate ol q EXTREMELY SKILLED on or before April 1st.

Hubert D. Summer, Minister; attend. : as vice-president of | Grafton, Ill, were recent guest
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farleton Stevens, Associate Min Blue Crutch my 1 PTA. In the same "Sound" is j of Mrs. Volley Reddish. Mr. and Renewal applications will be mailed
( to
i-cer Post Commander "Ike" Kelly Maude E. Magee, a recent subscriber I Mrs. Legate are the parents of 40E .

Sunday' services: 11 a.m., "Fish. accepted two boxes of Blue Crut- I i I of the Bradford County I Mr and Mis Bill Legate of Ed- those who received the exemption for last

ers of Men." 7:30: p.m., "Sin Is i cites and a box of peanuts to sell ; Telegraph. She is the daughter waidsville. 111. who were tenant year on or about Jan. 3 1956. All

Wasted Power." Mr. Stevens will to help in the fight against Polio. j of Sister Laura Whitmore, mem- of Mrs. Volley Reddish during the those

preach at both sen-ices. ; Post 314 of Starke has always i her of the New Bethel Baptist war. wishing the exemption for the first time

Church School, 9:45 a.m. Sen- i made rich contributions to charities I Church, Staike. Both are attend- I The WMU of the First Baptist
must in
apply
ior and Intermediate MYF 5 p.m. in the county and will go all ing Church in the Palm Beachi Church met at the home of Mrs person at the assessor'soffice

Prayer Meeting and Bible Study out in their fight against Polio. i, area but look forward to returning I Selma Eunice for the program .

each: Wednesday 7:30 p.m. I He sure to purchase a blue crutch | to Mt. Moriah and Starke relatives I meeting on Tuesday. night. C LOC:M rareanaKS.t.,

Senior Choir rehearsal Thursday i from any member of the Legion I I and friends. Mr and Mis. George Roberts. Only persons who reside on their

7:30 pm.XIKP.XUK t so that you may help some child : Home AgainSgt. I j with Mr. and Mrs Vernon Silcox Beginning the First Wednesday in February property

i to walk. First Class Allen DeSue I. and son. David, went to Dins- and in good faith make the same his or her
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KXPTIST CIU'RCII Peanuts will be sold by m.'abets ;I of Battery A, 94th AAA. A. \\'. j more Sunday afternoon and had! our store will close at 12:00 o'clock permanent home should apply for this ex-
Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. :Morning Club
of the Junior Musicians I uSl'., 2nj Armoured Division, j dinner with the I. B. Cody family

Worship 11 a.m. Training !.1 each Saturday at the Reno Theater I noted as "Hell On Wheels" in I Cpl Mdirm Crure of Camj''' noon on Wednesday. emption.

Union, 6:15 p.m. Evening Service, Last Saturday Willctta Betty ketnHeinn, Germany has returned Stewart was a IC'ent'Isitor at

T'30 p.m. Midweek Prayer Service t Wysingcrsas in charge of I to the U. S. He is home I''1I the home of his parents. Mi and I Returns on Personal Property and Intangible

Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Rev. sales, and this Saturday, Charles to spend two weeks with his I Mrs. Frank Cruce.
Lacy Conway pastor.Can't will have DeSue. He Personal Property are also being taken.
Covington president mother Mis Linnie
Mr and Mrs P. L. Dinkins Jr.
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charge. Let's "Shell out for 1'0lio" will report for duty in the states weie weekend guests of her -R"KE .--
Get Rid by fighting it with peanuts.Concert at Xiagara Falls. Friends and I : parent I BUILDERS All the above are due on or before April
I! |I :>, Mr and Mrs. C. F. Carter. SERVICE
Kcitals j relatives extend a heartyel- I Misses Alma and Bernice Pri- OJ 1st of each year.
of Your Cold ? J. Shell, soprano and ,
Ozora come to Allen vett attended church at Evergreen WUILDSRS SUPPLIES

Then try 666 the wide-activity medicine dramatic leader will during appear in the a stiinoniiil ,ItanqurtI on Sunday.Mr. GENE LONG ASSESSOR

for greatest effectiveness 1 series of conceits Sunday, I A testimonial banquet is being and Mrs. Joe Stalling and 1J. at.Al. II --
against oil symptoms of all kinds of month of January. On i j planned to honor Miss L. B. English -
daughter Geraldine, visited Mr.
coLld. 666 combines 4 potent, widely Jan. 22, at 4 p. m. she will appear of Philadelphia Baptist BRADFORD COUNTYI
and Mrs. in
prescribed drugs and gives positive Church Bald- i I James Starling f
at St Paul Baptist Church, Waldo. Mrs. Janie Mitchell I
dramatic results in a matter of hours. Society II j Starke on Sunday.
Its combined therapy coven the win, for the Missionary of Lincoln City is in charge I

complete range of all cold symptoms.No ,of the Church. At 7:30: p. m. the I of the program. Outstanding 1.11111 : ---_ 1111
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tan other match cold 666 remedy liquidor 6 6 6 Community Hicks School and Callahan the Ath- dedications and representatives II NATIONAL R\NK II

666 Cold Tablets. wIth Principal I will speak. A delicious menu Idl1 !
Committee serving as spon- OF JACKsO.NVIIJ.f ,
k-ti. will be served by the refreshment "

"' ors On Sunday, Jan. 29, at 4 I committee. The general public \ 0 ) 11"1(!':
H.o"m.X.TI() .U H\Nh
: : ; :' 3 I P 'm she will give a concert at is cordially invited to attend \1\I \ li
Starke. for \ ill 1 dClet & TRUST OOMrAXl !
Chapel Church I I ',
All
< n Sister, on Monday, Jan. 23, 7:30 p m. n a Ion "
Now Society ATMIMITLOKIDV
Open 'thl' Missionary Church Waldo !
andit Philadelphia Baptist \ S .. .
: Elizabeth! Givens in charge; I ''' NATIONAL BANK 'II

SMITTY'SBARBER ;:30 she will Church appear, Hawthorne at Gall,' Mt PisgahAM.E. Church Rev.1 111'1', ,i! AT ST. I'ETIRSIiI:: 'tttr "

sec Baptist 50icty. -.'I I E L. Walker pastor. Services foi I to jour Starko member of the FLORIDA Sound economic contribution to Florida and the Iii!

sjwmsoied: On March ty the 12 Missionary she will appear -, lan 22; ; Sunday School 10 a. m.. 'III!! :NATIONAL (JKOIT there are 23 other banks Southeast tould not be possible. FI..num.S.TJ() .\I. II \SK 1 II:::.

SHOPCourt I < W. F.. Harris Highthool I I Afternoon service a preprogram 1111'1'' {' comprising our group- Your depositvith any AT OKLXMM: 11"i
at the with Janie Mitchell i 11' We appreciate the opportunity you have len us I It ,
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member bank is combined
reflected in
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HastingsIVliMiitors ,
Street Opposite ? at 1 m. A1 Iq, lulltm.THJS.I.. BANK
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Mudi-nts charge starting p. in seninjr you in years: past! and reaffirm our
to Address .. ; total. To us these deposits represent the l'I'
Court House 2pm. the corner stone ceremonies TKNSXCOLXILOKIDV :
On Thursday at 2 p. m. the.< with Rev. A. \\'. Bo'a lee:' HEART of our statement t t t, for without them our desire to con t'T! Iii!
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seventh grade class taught by in charge. The corner stone wit'I I NATIONAL HVNKA II :
YOUR PATRONAGE
:Mrs L. M. Royal presented Supt be laid by the Prince Hall fraternity .. 1 TKI'ST COMI'X.NV Ii jlI :
WILL! KB GREATLY and Mrs VemaDemorcst I '"
11 P. Morgan Masonic Order. Seimor AT \\EST I'AUI I'.KAdlMXIUIIIA ,

APPRECIATED to the high school students will be delivered by Dr. T. C iJ iJI

of R. J. F. The music was Elder 01 Banks NATIONAL IUNKAT ;
the female, male and Keilev Sr, Presiding Florida National Group of i'i'II
D. H. SMITH tarnished by The the North Ocala District Th': con XL OAIU-KS :'::1
i ombmed groups of the class public is invited I I 1'1I '
rut inns gird! friends are alwaysunited !II n.omlJ.IISIi I'i' !

Owner & Operator l md! welcome to attend I..................... .. I COMBINED STATEMENT OF CONDITIONn TRI'ST CCOII'ANl' II II.

< Ji _";" :JL"r"f !eram: ; The elementary I I IIXVTOXX HKACII: :':'

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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH : !! II IIKII S.TIOS.J.SK I

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i I, STARKE, FI.1:1'r. ..\ j :Mr.l...,u- Tucker of Jackson, liil 1 i: LIABILITIES I ulltm.X.THJS.J.. It INK I ,: ;

nile visited her mother, :Mrs. RESOURCES .
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Floience Tanner, and sister, Mrs, Ili I '
Capital :Si-ck 1 13,00000000: "
: : LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor I j Earl Teston, last week. il I Loans and Discount t $112,59.i.8:11.a5: 11.llon.X.TIOX.I.. BXNK I'! ':.

leffer&tn md Court Streets In The Heart of Town I I Mis Edgar Wilkinson. Mist i Ranking Houses, Furniture & Surplus I 0,(0.J ,000.00 AT GAINESVILLE; : '""II
t Truman Noi man Mrs. Alvie I OfficeRuildings I':
Phone Office 234: Pastorium 130 I Fixtures Including
.mm.\ NATIONAL RINKt'ndivided J:
j Pearce and Mrs. Reddisb'attended ; t C6' .
Bryant
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-- thenm Quarterly' I Other Real E tate Owned 54.897.13 Profits 1.S85.953.53: : :31.890953.53; il; I II
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. in Starke l lI
Rally on Wednesday. I Prepaid Expenses 70,02106 n.OIU1nTIOS1.. BANK liil:
School A.M. Training Union 6:161.9. Mrs O J. Phillips visited her I
Sunday 9:15 Other Resources 12.61)6.; Resene for Contingencies LOI3d6.jT FEns.\ lJIs.\ BKXCTIFLORIDA : ;
son.-.. Leslie and Coleman and I i'li"t!
Midweek Service Wednesday 8:00 ".11. their families, in Waldo and also I Customers Liability A-(' \j" BANK
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I 219,215,60" Reserve for Taxes Interest. Etc. :U 7fj 315 22 IIIII
visited her aunt, Mrs. Alice Letters of Credit AT FORT i'lKIU'tFIRiriA : !

Hear the Sunday :Morning Service over WDYH at Jones in Theiessa last Wednesday Accrued Interest ill{ !!

llam I Regular Broadcast Ktery, 3 and 5 Sunda)'. I -. and Income Interest & Income Collected, NATIONAL BXNKAT :

I i I Mis J A Ojjilvie, Mrs Ray- I! Receivable 1 5t: .362.9S Not Earned 1,856,188 PERRY jllla!I'Iri I'I It
j mond Suber Mrs Louiebelle
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and Watmyiight Mrs i Donella and daughter Kitall Bettie.of III.j'i Securities 207 01: .379.12 Bills Payable 200,000 AT DELANI: !;i:

"Why Is The House Of God Forsaken?" Jacksonville, were Sunday dinner Florida County tl.ORW.RSIi :'

guests of Mr and Mrs Luther ,' and MunicipalHond ( Letters of CreditOther 393.336.60: AT STARKK: I' f':

)Hear the answer to this puzzling question from Cod's i Hilhard.i 'I'' 725,232.87 i'
I'I Fumm.S.TIOS.I.) BXSK ':
Word by Pastor :Marvin Faile Sun.. 11 A.M: ,i i Mr and Mrs Webb Kersey and Federal Resene Liabilities IS.I')'_).7N? ; !

| f-imily of Starke visited the Jes- Rank Stoel906,150.00 AT BELLE GUXDK :" ,1I'
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ,I sie Smith family: on Sunday. Other Securities 632.501.10:) 311 '" DEPOSITS 507,920.991,39 H..nnw.IU tI \ ::'-
The E J. Raulerson familyI !,
Cash on Hand AT MADISONFI ; IIII !
I I spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs
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and Due From
\ L E Smith Marietta.:: I />RIDX BANK 11: ;

Futch confined to his I Ranks 171750.941.34 106,615.567.71 -..
"EH'r) Visitor an Honored Guest"Sunday Ralph is $).)a..I"n.c'T PORT ST. JOE I II
j I home due to a leg injury he re- :;
; $555.16996337 I "
School 10 .\ :M. f j i oiM while playing soccer at {,! fl..OHm.1i !,
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hool last week. \T IIIPLKY
Don Hill. Supt.; I st
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Mr and Mrs Jack I .:::::. .11'J / /- ;;:;::
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f .. Reynolds I ;;; : T .\\\ /1 ; Contact member bank for bookletcontaining J.lJltm.STJOS.L BXNKAT "
Training anion (iO:{() 1' :M I .... j! and family of Jacksonville were 1.1' :::1.lJ O_R'I_ ,1JA11\\\< / / /;: any ARLINGTON I,

.\*a h.n. Dir. i weekend guests of Mr and Mrs !illl.! ==- NATI_ 0 N A :- \ I ;. ; statements of all 21 ,
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I l R W Mosely.M j:," :' ..irai..... GROUP OF\ :% -_ ;;;:

Morning Worship 11 A M tA! and Mrs; Carl :Moore of :=-J. .-:=,- BANKS-_((I souri.Fasr FC00.i i iO 4<- members of the Group FLOnil'X:, KT

Evening Service 7:30: P.M l .ksonville. and Elmer Mooretlsnt {I" _:. _' ___ ___ _, _:_ __ .\ WMINKLLIlan.
'\>' \ ] nil'j"itt, >d .
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)lour of Power" Wed S P.M !
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Council AgreesTo Motor ParisCompany Growth Of StarkeIs Slow Signs Posted Farmers To File Bradford hOne Work Progressing ''to bt 1.000. Uli: KOnBrooker's .. :. ':r.-

Help FinanceBeautification PlansExpansion ReflectedIn Around School Social SecurityOn Of 21 Dry Units l' iurt The cour: J"l" t't -'

Work D And B Report And SubdivisionsMayor Workers Now I II PlaygroundParkThe ted! with .. .-ontef.:. :. .

| Florida now has 21 dry counties
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\gtIflflt to help finan.e a The growth of Bradford County \% T. .la\ kson calN the Many operator of farms and and Bradford is one of them. .. work of grading :h,. site I Church of Godfor

.' mtitudtion program for city is reflected in statistics just received attention of the public to the fact ranches have a social security responsibility Lafayette recently became the

...i.-et-s. parkways and parks to Pl4n. at'- underway foi the from the creditreportingI that 10 miles an hour speed limit j to meet for the first I 21st \\0 hen it recently voted out the the proposed Brooker PlaySunday School 10 n ni :M ,j' -

-h extent of $250 this year was Staike f.ltvr Parts Co. to move I. of Pun & Bradstreet. ) signs have been erected on allf i f time this month. says L. G. Mc- : sale of liquor within its bordets. ground ana Park was completed : ing Worship 11 am und n I Fwi

..v'n by the City Council at its, to a new building to be construe- 1!I The Bradford County section of streets around the school and Dowall. manager of the Gaines- : Calhoun joined the dry list last'i recently and the City Council tstmng, Service ?,46 rill. \ PK

,IC..ting here Tuesday nght ted in the 100. bl x k ot West'BrownIe. the current issue of D & B's ref-i also in Saratoga Heights and : vine District Social Security Of- i summer. now rushing plans for completion Service Wednesday 7::45 p m ,.M

Requests for the funds Wa .- ?t l. I 1: trence book contains 166 local Pinehaven. fice. These are employers of The 21 "dries" are: Alachua.. of the project. ; Prayer Meeting. Friday 7:-T. p m

.Mdiie. by Councilman Ruby Johns.vh The motor parts company recently "The accident at the school farm or ranch labor who hereto- Calhoun Clay GaJsJcn, II:un:1- One of the principal features of !> taw ley

<. repOited on a meeting here purchased the vacant lot names, comprising manufacturers I! house this week well illustrates : fine have not been required to ton Hardee, Hernando Himes. the new park. which is located Sunday School 10 am Mornon -

Tuesday moimng at which tepre- next to the Dillard Ket-ne ware- I wholesalers, and retailers. It does the need for driving slowly in lepoit wages paid to hired helpor Jackson Jefferson, L'ifayette.: a site purchased from Mrs ing Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serif

,enlames of various civic groups house from Benjamin Suslow for not include some of the service'::' that area," the Mayor said. "If I; pay social security taxes on Leon, Liberty. Madison. Polk. II. I' Gainey at a price reported mg: Saturday. 7:30 p m

Us<'u s.>a a stieet and highway about S5.000. and professional businesses, such: the driver of the car involved had : those wages because their employees Santa Rosa. Su-Aannee Walton!

: .autl l'ation program with rep- L. C. Hinson. stoic manager. ar barber and beauty shops and : been going fast, the results would. did not meet the regular- Washington and Wakulln

,,-sentatives of the State Road said the company should be operating teal estate brokers. have been tragic." i ity-of-\voik test which applied to i I

1)epii' tment. from the new location in1 1! In 1946 the number of listed Jackson said the signs were farm labor before 1955. Licenses RevokedBy ANNOUNCEMENTTO

Although nothing was budget- May. A "considerably bigger" names totaled only 156 an indicated erected in the two new housing The 1954 changes in the social

i for beautification work this line Of merchandise will be han- ', increase for this year of six 1; developments following complaints security law did away with that Highway Patrol ,

dU. the Councilmen thought died after the move is completed )per cent. by residents. test and submitted another one OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
The State Highway Patrol anflounces -
hey could manage the $250 ex- Hinson said. ; During 1956 D & IJ estimates whereby the work of most farm the

nenditure. with the possibility of The Motor Parts Co. is a whole- it will be required to make about Brooker ElectionIs and ranch employees started to actiOns on drivers following licenses disciplinary in Brad- 9

!aifing the ante when next year'sudget : sale dealer in parts for all' makes 75 per cent changes in the listing count toward old-age and sur- ford -

\> i is prepared.The I of cars. Hinson said the local of business enterprises, resulting I Coming Up i vivors insurance protection beginning county: I

agreed to extend store on an independent from the I January 1. 1955 Any farmor Lawtey Lloyd Clarence King! :,
Council also 1 operates adding names of new Registration books of the City i revoked; Frank Marion Cruce, WE WILL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESSIN
about 400 feet of water pipe basis, though it is connected with businesses, deleting the names of' Brooker declared ranch operator who paid $100or
of were open ;
suspended.
planting other stores having head- more cash to an agricultural j jStatke
to the site of a proposed six I those who have discontinued and : last week by Town Clerk Franklin wages '
Legion in Waycross Ga. employee in 1955 is Hilman Waldron, revoked. OUR NEW
park at the American quartets i, accounting for changes in ownership S. Tinney for eligible electors required BUILDING

liioperty being developed on r trade names, and credit j who want to vote in the electionof to report all cash wages .
I
Ave. L. H- Gibson ratings. | paid the employee up to $4.200 in Hampton Norman Paul Ryder -:
Jr. High
North Temple be held
Lawtey town officials to Ft'b-I Diagonally Across
described plans : the year and pay the social security suspended. I From Vroent Location On
chool supervisor j ruary 14 at the Commu ity Center -,
the planting area in which Cagers Will Play tax on or before January 31.
tor Mrs. Stella Padgett i '
native plants and trees HereOn I 1956. Call 239 fur homedemonstra- LAWRENCE BLVD.IN .
anous said the books are
Macclenny Tinney : ati) I
cooperation withhe Funeral Is Held : The lion of >uing Machines -
will be grown in j i Pmholster's Store, and will remain social security tax on agri- nevi

: school. Thursday, Jan. U. H.M[ I before -I died''I II open until Jan. 28. He added cultural employees' wages isI Ipt'r :I :Shepherds ludio & TV.wt'Tir'. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS;

the Council: the Lawtey | Mrs Stella Padgett. 6.. / cent. If a
time.
self-employed
In other actions press that only those who are not registered -
Authorized the erection of one- Junior High School Eagles ipened -|i I Wednesday Jan. 11. at her home! need to do so in order !I farmer or rancher had more than

tour. parking signs on W. Madi- their basketbail season againstth in Middleburg after a long illness.She 1 1J to qualify for voting. j one agricultural{ employee in 1955. IV. '.. 1. MONDAY, JANUARY 23

and Bay Junior High J was a lifelong resident of the $100) cash test
*>n St. between Court Baker County As of this week, no one has i, wages applied
MuMIeburg and a member of the. "" t'ANNOT JtKI'KM OX
St.- team in :\la"den'1Y'jth a M tnI announced his candidacy for the separately to each of them. The

the installation of 35; loss. i i Church of Gal : offices of mayor town clerk.' law provides for the employers IIcmstSllotSn. KOfUI.KAF KEYSTONE
Approved :
I Surviving are her husband, -, CLOtKUS. IT T.tKEt"lORE : STATE BANK
St., sharing! of the social security tax
king meters on S. Couit Big gun toi the Baker County town marshall, and several posts
pai ; John J. Padsett five daughters.
; THAN I.ITK!
between Call and Madison. combine war David Evans, who i on the city council.Hampton with his employee. He may have I
on spectwular 26 pointsfor ]j i Mrs. Margie Mosely of Highland taken the employee's share (12 IT T.KtSmT.TIOS.. EH-: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLORIDA
fence scored a
Decided to remove '
Mrs. :Mrs. Josephine
Ruby Padgett.
CATION.
LEGISLATION AND
team while playing an per cent)lout of his wages each
i.rth east sides of property rently this 1 Bell, Mrs. Eva Rawlins and Promote .
VOTING .
city from { excellent floor tam as well. Top time he paid him during 1955 Or Watch Announcement of Formal Opening To He
purchased ty Mrs. Bernice Harris all of Mid
William i Clean-Up EffortThe he may have waited until the ALL THF.isK: : TOGFTHER:

Canova estate. and permit free I j scorer Parrish.for who L s.-ore.l wt.was IS pouts and : dleburg; three sons. Orne, Odas'' ,i cash wages paid to the employee WILL BRING ,A DRV \KTORV. Held in February
people .
business
there by I and all Middle-
parking Ivy Padgett of
of recently
the number of City Hampton totaled $100. Or he may have
in
,,n week days and churchgoers on I led both teams recoveicd. Tom Tatiun | burg; five sisters, Mrs. Lela completed a :3-day "Clean UpDtive" filled to deduct any amount at

Sundays. ;I' rebounds well balanced game tor !. Brown Daytona Beach, Mrs. Anna in response to a proclamation all from his cash wages. In any
'
Authorized payment of $13.460.- : played a Harris, Middleburg Mrs. hattie .
SI) interest on $716.000 bond issueor ': the losers scoring S points, as I Nolan. Mrs. Ella Carter, and Residents by Mayor of G.the Wadswoith.city cleanedup ( event be the social security tax LARGE LOTSTWO *
] contributing materiallyto must paid. This is the farm Sell It} Rent It Trade II
well as
!II
: first six-months period. I liu team. I I Mrs. Ola Padgett. all of Maxville; their yards and lots and piled | or ranch operator's responsibility :MILES SOUTh
f j
Chief D. \VCaipenter's the defense ) Ij j i a brother Dawson Padgett. Mid- ON HU IIW.100
Fire I h>
Agreed to pay I the refuse on the edge of and he must meet it on or before

expenses to State Fire [, On Jan. 26h3 Eagles will j dleburg; and 24 grandchildren. i street; the city truck then hauled, the last day of January.For I)ri\e in IIn new road just pastthe WITH\ A TELEGRAPH
CLASSIFIEDLow
Convention in Ocala. j have an oppm.tcmty to avenge : Funeral services were held at it to the city dump10UTH reporting wages paid to creek britl ... Owner at

Arranged for woik to begin ,',: this loss whon th-3 Baker County ;i 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at farm or ranch employees and pav- hou..... Ixits are 100 \ 300 and -
team '
installation of sewer team will meet thc Ivle> ,I! the graveside in Nolan Cemetery FELLOUMHPTt I larger. Easj t rnis of IOO.OOd
week
:.his on i ; 7:3 > '. in!! the social security tax. farm Rates Good Results Easy To Place
line along \V. Madison St. be'een ; ithe EHSvn.nia'um. a with Rev. John Sellers officiating. and lanch operators should use ,,"" and $10.00 per month.
!' -'! Christian Youth Fellow- !0 WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION _
1... A. Davis home and Alton p m : Form 913. "Employer's Tax and Building aid possible. Brokers' Mr
I LawteySchedule follows: : ship meets each Saturday night at Invited.C .
Road. The ; Mrs. Rebecca Rather Information Return for Aencnl-: Cooperation EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2e
Jan. 24, La1co1 Butler at Lake 7 o'clock in the Starke USO.
tural Employees: Farmers who E. BOEDECKEKIlo I.IM.nl NT OF 1* PKR f'KNT ON TWO OR MOHK INSERTION
sWash Dies At Last Dr. Stuart ,.
.. .. Keystone Saturday night
.--- -- Butler. do not have this form may obtain \ 39. Route 1 '!'1.- IHHTIOl.. FOR IIIIMIADSOn* :NOT PAID I\ AD\\1H'E
Sutke Clarke field director of HCJB .
at \
Your Clothes Jan. 26. McUnny ('! Mrs. Rebecca Rather. wife of radio station in Ecuador spoketo 'one from any Internal Revenue Starke. Florida M.XX: Oil \\'O MX-T.I tak.' ufTrnutf K"'K r-U.K -I'ro -I'.I-t <'irmnt Mi!"I'o
Jan. 2S. MaccVnnv at Micknny suddt'nlV' Service district office. of ,'..t a I.!li hi' l i iivtunuTs in I 4 ft. l.-nulli-, $4 |u.r "I'1' _"
i Hev A. E. Rather died the group describing the work ,, St.uk.Wfkl. ) profits of $5000 : tile "nk. of all "'mdFr, ,'"
ny: j I in a Jacksonville hospital early J. of the missionaries among the ur iiH>r.. at start I.miil>li.. No rat |i I. K.timat.Milliard: Jmlil. l.'T
V founds at Staiki 01 oth 'r invf.-tmrnt iirrrnsary : 1..fa'o-Ilt. St t I'll..11, 2T.-J I
2. Mactlnn Thursday Jan 12. She Indians in South
morning. America. Will helpnu R. t -tartrrt Write I I 4tp2| P
Feb. 3, Starke Junior High T pnd her husband had been in mis- 'llus Sa.urdav; night a film will WILL BE OI'ENFRIIAY "' It. 1 Ullhle. I>fH. J--::. The J. K :: -
For 40c! UNTIL: 9:00 P.M. \ ..itKmTonpan. ) Memphis 2. |'t"OI: SAI.K;-Daii.v feitil.j.r! $I .,
Starke. |i I sionary work abroad for a number be featured. : TrIIn.'s-c! ... lip I l I''a
10. StaiWf Junior High at ;], of years and they retired to Allounj; people between tht'agt's I _31. Starke :;tj,, ] j;
Desired! Feb. F .le IKXT: -T", .. i-drooni unfur-
FREE Bleach If Staike I i Keystone Heights in October 1953. of 12 and 21 are welcome. ( From6to9p.m. ,I i in-hid hou-r Hot water healertIilIaIi I| \v.txTtitsewng.:: rfltenialii.ii

eWe Feb! 11. Lako Bl'le'' .il S'.aike i Mrs. Rather horn in 1882. entered S PEe I A L St.iiul |.lm
the missionary field in 1911. FRIDAY1OItTAHLE I i r.'l W Pratt St "tl IIK 1 -

Will I! and she and Rev. Rather were 'I -lu: '>', Ie. owner ran have : pon SALE 10 .. ,.
Radio Station WDVH a. r c f land Ir.uiu
married in 1912, in Port Au Spain. PEST CONTROL Res: for- 'IIl"ad l>y F.de-t I.Flume.'niiiiiK .ami paying lip j I ln.u.-e. urn "fOil.|| ..1... II I I' I n\I
Dry Your Clothes served in Jamaica and Barbados j nr.lr school and l>urmitr,. pn,
In New QuartersA They $19.95: I i *'d rt-.is.in.iMi' U II. l.irw,i. k
I
British West Indies, and in i TERMITESALL MIX 1 A95 Fill liedrooni SM.K home I tit IlEXT near-Xew Keystonelltipht three l-"x 7. lIallll.lon.Ia U.|, : \I.,
I
For 20cIn news piogtam featuring local the Republic of Panama. I TYPES OF MASTERWE tj 6 to 9 P.M. -. rh"ne K'V. r>r. It;.Iiing- Kol: SAI.K-Alabama l'I"\\llrr\ I1.. ,

residents reporting their own I Surviving her are her husband, :: Friday-Only er Ill I .s--d ,;;;'-; Tniiiiatn ifln.ii"r p. .
Driers! I GROVE SPRAYING |'"u'1<1 J. ii .surrt-n.'v. (
New Automatic stories over the radio will !begin A. E. Rather; a daughter. Mrs. Fill KBNT-"Powder 1 lIx" furnolied i ir.lhillll
jtp 2 1 ;
Thre'r.'mi and show-
over radio station WDVH on Jan. Ueva Fpnckman. Honolulu. T.H.. Florida Pest Control WhEN YOU THINK OF GAS -- THINK OF .r. B.Ifuel and heat J. T CARPENTER WOHK -
emodelIne
23 after the station has finished and three sisters Mrs. Cora M. uuielt\: I thgI. !: Cement Hl.cks. -

moving to its new location OnTemple !:, Miller of Anderson. Indiana; Mrs. i & Chemical Co. S LAD i F Next Door To i j, siding Sorrell. c/o Cement Telegraph.ork.R..0finK Chas and A

The ffasheteriaIrinpie ( Ave., manager Jack Du- Susan M Shaw, Tacoma Wash.; Phone Franklin 6-6035 LOVETTS -. 'I 1: :'\I.t-II"II. >'u tn.ilU I new. M.t> UK washing inai RLRflER
Mars said last week. :( and Mrs Ida I>u Cummun. Red- 24 X. W. 16th Ave.Gainesville him -.l>um>T oil heater dressr daters, numberers STAMPS .made n-.tarv to order wals':

A tape recording device at- :, wood City. Calif. Fla. J'/I0"J I hiti hen<',ill lalmiet'tt TII.Il'lh.III., I.a".nahly. fae"imil..tanips Bradr"rtl C"unlY

\Vf'. SUrkr ached to the telephone will je-1 I The funeral took place in the CaD for estimate Itp I T..legralh tfI

-onl the voice as people call in. Keystone Heights Community

,...- ># "" -" J.k.'LL'> U' n.'ws to the station DuMaissaid. ;" Church Monday afternoonHomesteaders Ti1Q SARATOGA HEIGHTS BULLDOZING FILL

This news will be broadcast on UNITo.. 2 DIRT -- LAND CLEARINGOyster

the Siarke Calling show at 10:05a : Told
Three bed rom maaoaf'T bourn Shell Peat Humus

The m radio station is in thepiocess To File ExemptionsDuring now Slarbr-a nadrr nrwnit roaxtrurtlen addllUn. Prlr I. I BJdf.| Sand bating Uritewayg
WIN $50.00toward of moving from Thompson -' to pnrrh'",.. $:SA.Ott I.
St to 302 Temple Ave. Du- !| the first 15 days of Iblrljr darn and f2.15.OO at rlo.lng. :. OVID LEWIS
January approximately 50 per cent Price to non \eterans S'i'iOOO \V. Madison
St.
both the radio Starke
p mars operator of with awilication to purchase
i of homestead exemptions in Brad and low 8."Q im at closing.ltu : I'll. '
and the Bradford Electronics -] as as I 3.>6I -\\
ation: I ford County were returned to the the purchase >' now and select. the interiiircolors
Center said he is making and tile fur hath and Kit-
tax assessor's office but in the ofthebrandnewSewing I IKMK KKVT-P.r:
: dicn. See the nl.ins. keen them n"1Jand buSt
thr move to bring the operations otmtight wnl make selHtion. | I 1-IIurlll.h..d cal.m Ala.,
last few days they have dropped our two room
j If Mm uant to nun a firni.si; -" .abm I'mchurU
together jOpen -tW4)&oi Court,
(,ff considerably Assessor Gene ) ; it K..t..n. IIIhwa I'
house will be held Mon- i Ionic mil pat ton to im t'.U- } h.jie 17-J
j thi'i.FLOUInA. :
1 Long said yesterday."We ,. rate -il'lig 1 I/I I !
to noteunipletiOfl '
d.iin: the new quarters i >"
encourage all homesteadersto : REALTY CO. .'i PAIII OS .\ \ :';,; KEYSToSt
of the moving job -
hei
< i take care of this as soon as I : oT\TJ.: H.\'oK:; -- IO'YI -
e.ihl: t \ Of Starke $ :\ : IIoI'I'I't'1.; ';/ / : .\ MEMJFH -
possible by signing the applicationand Machine : : Fill('
Besides the Staike Calling pro- bringing it back' Itral K.la'" KroLrr3.V.
mailing or ;
gram from 10:05:( to 10:30: a. m., I| the said. 'w -r..npl. A'.. Trlrpbonr 383siarkr.
to office
Long '_ Florida BILL
!
_
SOTO
include the Rev.
oth.-r local shows 1_
This must be done on or before

Lewis Haines in an inspirational 1 if the home deiiresI : SIGN SHOP
April owner
:i ::: t'oHI.t-- \ew S r v i 16 P"n-
at 7:30: a. m., a fishing .
program
I exemption on his homestead l.-t.- l.liHt-k. I* i -ni> nt 11.50 ,
local news program at 11:15 a. per dag Mn" i1 Mix" tl !'<> per One Mile South
I <"i; i.. oil it tingiiicei ing r<> i On
m. and Hometown Half Hour at pi< .ne Jt 5'.." k-. tf I II'HO.NE Keystone Highway
Alternates Named Vie first ten correct ansuerj iith the earliest
postmarks
3 30 p m' "You're just sending me in so lOU 25PRIZES will receive a $50 check towards the purchase of anv Phone 178-L
ToU I'd have i it purnV l lI Eki
you For West PointTwo new SEWMORE sewing machine
can snatch my blanket! Next All
.
fifteen PRIZES Types
J30
ICtten"It : a check towards the pui Signs
Fire Runs KeepDepartment chase of any new SEWMORE semg machine
Bradford County Y''lllhs I
us senke jour car reg 23 j ear guarantee
Busyi have been named to alternate appointments -

ularlyitli Dt'praddblf Kcono- i to the U. S. Mili&ryAcademy Select the correct name if f these (famous people..fin i ID the CODJIOB below am to"..crt.. good farm graded uhout 1 r..ad.mil,,...trout
calls
file in 16 days
\
mirul SiucUir Products our "
at'est Point ::1as ball .nd mall d JUrr,. u"t
Kvperienml: P -rsonneljou aure!" is the unenviable record set for announced this week by Congressman ; harjcaln: ,| ,:2 -,?, cOo,,. *

'. Starke in the first half of Jan- D. R. (Billy)Matthews '
.
the ln>st for less ulwaWAGER'S \ Florida
uary.: Assistant Fire Chief C. W. : Jack Edward Miller, son of Mrand ) i' i 414-J Realty Co.
.
Pickett said yesterday. Mrs. George E. Miller of Of Starke

"Maybe the rain Tuesday will Route k. Starke was nominated : I0u, Andrew, w. H _.
I S
U.
dampen things a little so we can for a first alternate position to ..., *, J, Taoma.

SERVICE I get a little rest," he added. All I principal Eugene Donald Griffith CASE NO. 18783 I D SHE SEwn THE FIRST ': EJ HE WOMU AU NICHT fOIUIU.E KOK ,, %I.K 3ss T'ipI. .t i
I I C STARS AND STIIKS"A. A *'I OAUCMIEI. IV trrr Farm now Intlan ..8I1ha- U' Phoap 383StarLy
STATION I but two or three of this month's"inS ;, of Perry. Miller is 17 and a sen- Man age 34 had constant I Bets, Rots A.. Peter Piper with fairly Rood 3-rni FloridaAPARTMENT
were caused by grass fires. !i icr. at Marion Institute in Marion: B. MirtM Wjinmjton B. Tom Thumb buuor, KDiall oat bylldlnini; aad I
headache, I C. RuinpelstilUzkinDNE 1 trait trill. ,2.44i
ner\ousne and tension C. Moll) Pitcher few not sad
'
987 Temple PhonehUrke 1O At an estimated cost of $50 Ala. His ambition is to make
: a rakh.lroot< iiealti.
I in neck and bark. Climla- . . S SD 1'1 fE\T-S..rJy
Flk per run. this month's 17 fires career as an officer in the armed i t'urDl&h. 1"'IUlre fillY's AppIl-
tion lie an.e.FISh
Has' poor. had had no STROUT REALTY
'
..have 'ost the city around $850.ALVAREZ' forces. tfcblt

John McCall New some, also of. energy since an auto accident ayear I Johnie hansen, RepresentativeStarke ISAIT-HIK fa, fl-hlog worm<.

1 Starke was made a second alter- before. The cause of hissymptoms I Fbi.t. __:Mli i mllM.r..rery North .starkf. 301 Inquire
I jIJIiiI
I Men's Clothing "a.> found to be aprt..urt' 3tp IIOlBlallnK
>.
STORE nate to principal Rand Edelstem 0 B.IM
on the spinal cord PIIONK WALDO I1O-8-SH31 Rt\J.
l Established 1S94 U 11111 ot Gainesville. Newsome is also produced I flT.\1: MITE4t_ ('F.
by the accident. The llerorailait Repair.
1" and a student at BUS HE SEWED HIMSELF INTO INVtNTEO THE SWINe A. UIL1IJKI.M
.
p".url'11... removed under DUB MAN'$ SHROUD. 1I11If. i P. O. n.. IITO: hiarke. I'ia

Chiropractic care and the patient A. The Min in the Iron Mask A. Ben r.\ln Franklin $5 -.au f.p..rl..t'e
8. The Count of Monte Cristo B. Thomas A. ia>wo ''I 41 J/2.
Conner To SpeakAt now enji>\> good health. C The Headless Horseman C. Ellis Ho..e LOW COST
F' >K .
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE ItXT.H"n: .' I
Forestry ShowRep Many ailments thought to he MAIL OR BRING YOUR ENTRY TOGAIXESVILLE'S Liability Insurance i-h KfnK.(J.,.I..y modern I...,kH 0"1.!, ...Jy.ag'i| fjrn .
nn\t.t> I.' b i'n
incurable to Chiropractic OLDEST & LARGEST la"1fr.. .
respond SEWLN'G STORE II. C r..n. ; ;:; S,
Doyle i K: Conner will deliver care. Contact Us Concerning the J.hn.Jai ksonvill. :S""K: I 20'

the address of welcome at a NEW INSURANCE LAW KAJJM PIIH. SAI," -Jo'I\ r'.1.,,, h'u, I
l'noperat1forestry demonstration ; Bring: sour health problems to Kf-l'l'' '' '*"..' ('''"Ia.fn Kn j,d,
)'. Itt. 2. R"K 1 l' trp 2
t to he held at the old airport No Membership Fee

n Williston today ( Friday)I. Conessm.n The U ANTED Man bt!\\. .n a<-, !.
RADIO I and 3i former FKA ,, -mi..r
BEST RATES IN TOWN p-r
Matthews will de- i t..rr"d..r
s' Billy anyrmIi, .
BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC 107 S. L 1st Street (gainesville, Florida ,;i -f farm "work 1"I kno-A.-'le,
_
hvei the principal address at the 1'1"-
AND 6 Months Policies funny, (',r right irn Ai'h, Kr'...
,'ent which is being sponsored by I inc t-usmem, in Starke
--------- CHECK ANSWERS HERE--------_ Work < .r. '
J-IMS ( f inside an.] o IT -..d'.I!
$ the SAL Railroad Co.
-.j- TELEVISIONSales ; ABC ABC ARC ale ; Doyle E. CONNER ( Mail apph! .t.r,, Ki\lho(
The public is invited to attend CLINICModern ag. experience. ad.lrrtnd ,...f."r."s .
/KMTII: 17"Kxunston rue all-day affair and sandwiches : lJtIIEIIIIEIIIIIIIIII I : i INSURANCE AGENCY to Bradford O. T..II-Kral,1
.95 I I II H"E
_._! h.i-fl. Stdri2rhll: I IjIxr'III
: T1SUUU 159 r. ;mi! drinks will be served at noonh Methods l..ad.i..tant > I tAME.-: : I
--- - -- -
the The Ocala Ph. 285 136 W. Call : T \X MEIMIKI)-.."".,.

,lu-n Your TV Need,. sponsors. FFA .\.... Steam Raths : : ADDRESS...- .n_ ...-.-- _.___n_ -----.- .....APT.0....__;) I II Form | ? .)). Long!: K. rm '" (I'
and ServiceT21 ,,:rmgband will provide musu for J'.hnl" "ans-n. S-aikt Kla 1'1,
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.......- ,,, the! gathering AH\ phases of wood 3 Blocks North of Post OfficeIn I CITY___ ---._______________-PHONE: -- .-.----'" I II RADIOS REPAIRED HI.-Ii-2'8:1.: 1t1.gI
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