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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 16, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I : : I II It State Audit For County Posts For Fiscal '54-55


Deadline Nears Bandmasters' Fifth District Meet

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,: \ ish b.ilime! of 572414 I was Tile !h-l of i itiidid.ilc.hii.. : /t'.ui. Bradtoid .
( OmnT.i' : \ ( .11 > :": UJj'h IiliS,
.-. 1 1t "i- "t..1 for the Bra'ifoul Hospital: qualified with Biadloul I CnunU .J.J R Kellvained I till.. week :that Brings 3,000 Visitors To Starke County Board week nf C.iii.iu.-Miine1-: .. g.: i j i'.i! .

i favorable the (1"1 k Charles A Darby to have: !
___ I" .1; m a icport by April 1 i" the deadline for payment explained that
rdI I I MI: :d.t State Auditing Department their names placed on the ballot of taxes without the asessment March: 7 by the a I"il.; .it is-jne
Florida
I ssiit-il recently to cover the period by press time this week and the 01 delinquent tees. itmg State AU '

'" September 30. 1955.: number who have announced but lie stated that from 3 to S pel Ttlmorl'matul'dan( ) will I Iw a big day for Starke as ,, the couny's Department finances to the cfr-i t th ,r

The State Auditors stated that: not yet qualified indicate that i I i ent will be added to the tax nearly 2 (100(> young musicians from Florida schools) fill the ('ondUion"was based are in >> '
t'tion will be t on a :111"; .r:
: the forthcoming ''
'he fmances of the Board were bills ot t hose who have not paid city with music from S a.m until almost midnight competing tcrpretation of fiscal figui<'*
are!ully managed and that finanial highlighted by hot campaigningfor .it his offn I. m the Courthouse
well- a number of offices. for ratings in the annual Fifth District contest! of the The State audit showed t th.!
reports were accurate in piJi. il l :hen iheik.s in the mail]
I Kepl. and appeared to be adequate.The There ate two races for uhuh tile,01! ,. Maich :::1' ;i Florida bandmasters': Association county operating at a deficit during -
-J : three candidates each have qualified !; 195J and 1955 "with insiini-,
--L : Hospital records showed Band members. judges. and es- dent resources
which hay m the
and four for two genes.i.
t'-tat receipts from Federal funds, 2 .'I I" have been streaming into !!; funds to "
filed In addition there aie several pay-current bills.
Siate Racing Commission alloca starke all day today and will be I
races for which all of the .1'I I j In their answer. the Commis.-
tions. and other sources' of $345.- anu mg by car bus, and rail all' :\-
contenders have not yet been ers attributed the alarming
988 OS with total disbursements to night: right up to warm-up time in' nstuii.
(' .\ \ WILLIAMS: 8th Grade student at BUS. pours September 30 of $273.974.08. ,. recorded in Dal by's office. FP 'h,. morning, when it is conservatively :'Hate of the report to the fact that the

\\..b..trr' in preparation for 1 Fighting for election to the auditors had overlooked two
U\<- a unabridged dictionary Of that expense figure $262.- predicted that the city's,I
., Board of Commissioner i.nportant factors not
me :North Florida District !SjM-Hin Bee to IK- held in JacKsoniille '1999.72 was used for the Hospital County population will have increased by 1 included .1-
I' ,, from the third district are J part of the regular
un Saturday, April 21. {'harll''ia... declared Champ I Building still under construction. over :3.000 j: county budget
Maurice Edwards. Jr., and H. A when they prepared their figtire.Indigent ...
speller in the county meet held Thursday night. .March 8, !, $217.50 was spent for site improve- Jr.Vieing' There will be two bands playing'nil
( Buddy) Bishop
fur ''and incidental expenses and $1- lit,i neoiislv. continuously from Cost ('p
school cafetorium.
in the Starke! elementary Kunner-up for the County Commission "It had been
1 .266.42 has been expended for Hos'pital i .11 Biadford School buildings the practice of the!
spelling IlIInur.a... Patricia London, Starke 6th grade and I seat for the first district Board in the past." the
equipment.The li i' -.1; the day-long competition. reply sLutsd -
third h..ll..r.f'nt to \in Stunner I-iutej Junior are' Carl Prevatt. Harold K. Norman "to
place -y i charge all of .
,
Board anticipates an add- !t' ... :to Biadford Band Direc- ,, Septemboi -
students from the Jtli and C. F. (Rub) Carter. IL "hills into the
High 71!li (irailc. Contestants were i 1 tonal income of $50.000 from the M\ i" 'r: "iiiISOfl. Local Chair- '' following yeai .-. i'u !1-

through 8tli grades. Winaer'of the district meet Hill IM* I sale of revenue bond certificates Incumbent Sheriff P. D. (PeteiRe .!" Florida Association. get. but the Auditing: Depailmer';
Uish H. A. I.iwson have after due
auardcd an ciise-paid| trip to Washington. 1). C. to compete ;Milhoiizr.i for sale during I the < and for t fi! -- i'I.::! ipal C. S. Partin. who warning actuallv 0 hII.-
rith qualified as candidates ed September'-
for national honors. The North Florida District contest ;l iu that postSeekiner :> budget.:
.
i.. sponsored li) the Jacksonville Juiirnal. i .-mpK- >n i '.t I t ..nstt III tllIn to represent district '' ni i< ,II! lestival.

------J \\ '.. ..::c band is being judged This change in |pr.>icitutc .t': "ro..;
the County School Boardare
T\VO on vv-tli
Paul Raymond andV C Itratlfonl lii-\' officers rccchcd their ne\\ :National Charter from :" 'ir/ r.i.nltoid: Klementary School a marked increa.se in the number
i ,:<'I"/Ul1. another will of tuberculosis patients .in.t
be
Traffic Cases Roberts To Seek I Rillpow..ll. : while Walter SIWalti I lorida Mate YAK \ S<-<'r.-t.iry Tuhfl') Morse during t'leir annual / play- hospitalized
Baseball .!'i- in the Staike USO Building. indigent cases w i>
56 ( I iblev and Thornton John. banquet ill the IUI.. cafeteria 1 Imrsd.u i" I'iiilig. I...'lt tit riuht: are: !P.iitm .innounced. with each i ted by the Commissioner.-- th.>

Crowd SessionOf have qualified for district four. Ka\im l sti-laiirlli, \ icePresidentIan Mumlurff. I'resiilent; group mam for
>ii< : alloted: half an hour to play its. reason the ovei-expendi l:
Top School PostCarl The district five County Commission iswfttheartliiaiia slade; Billy .Moore. Treasurer; isucctlieart :isamlraJohns chosen three numbers before the ture of the budget.
Schedule is between R. H.
Lineup Starke CourtA race ; Mr. Morse; Pearson ('..\. Secretary ; and I Hi-V >p<>nsor Dr. .;UrI t's. "Since the only way addilion.il!
(Russel) Green Jr.. Floyd Wiggins I' revenue could be
('ah in lloiipt. Manding behind Morse is Historian Uoddy triitli.in The panel of 12 Florida Bandmasters obtained would hi-
Roberts loi al jeweler. qualIfied and M. O. Harrell. I "
through additional
For BBS crowded docket of 15 cases Wednesday a" -andidate for Carl Roberts qualified as a evaluating the efforts of I i I County Board taxes. the

Ready was heard before Starke Mayor Bradford: County Superintendentst candidate for Superintendent of State 'Y'OfficialDefends i I the various contestants will be release explained,
I I I "they ( the Commissioners
Area Man Dies j I composed of Bill Allen. F. L. Roberts i decide
W. T. Jackson in the Mayors public Instruction.A Schools.
i would
Paul Gustat Owen Sellers !i they rather bear the cntlI -
,
Baseball Court Monday morning 12 of native of Waukulla County YouthAt i
Bradford High School Six incumbent County officers i Robert O. Otto I Cbm of the Auditing Departmentof
[ ampi. Kraushaar. !
Coach Joe Hull this week pie-, them traffic violations.Fix who have qualified remain unopposed ., j. B. O'Neal .;: the State than increase taxes
Manley Whitcomb.
I In Cabin FireFire
dieted that his squad will not be ,' motorists forfeited bonds' for re-election. These' are Hi-Y; Banquet I I Carlton Mason. Oliver Hobbs. :i; at that time. as they believed the
as'
as strong' in all departments of $10 apiece by failing to appearon Tax Assessor: Gene Long. County Laurence Tremblay and Stefan 1'taxpayers of Bradford County were

laM year's team but stated that' charges of running red lights. Judge Theron A. Yawn. Supervisor of undetei mined Over 50 members and guests 01 Jones. just about at their maximum 1'.1-

the pitching staff should pull and one forfeited $55 bond by of Registration Marian L took the life of Guy McKmney.ongin the Biadtoid High School lIi-) |: While 1-ms band members from I iContinued on Page 4i I
them through the season with failing to appear on a drunkendriving Cleik Charles A. Darby. ,
Crosby, Clot in
I 51-year-old retued Army veteran : spent a pleasant evening 26 schools participating in the contest -
their share of victories. charge. ,j V Surveyor Harry: A. Anthony; and as his cabin at the Friendly Stop the BUS cafeteria last Thursda.i i are displaying their proficiencyin

lie tevealed that Randall Davis ; Opeal H. Allen and Earl Scott ,' Tax Collector J. R. Kelly. tourist camp on Highway 100 enjoying varied program at the i the two main buildings' soloi.st.- Garden Club

Edwin Johns. anti Marvin Brown Hicks each were fined $25 for __ The deadline for candidates to Club's annual Parents' and Sweet- and ensemble
(south) was gutted by flames I groups will plav m
will be doing the hurling. j jEulie reckless driving, Elain Leonard qualify is noon on March 20, Dar- shortly after midnight last Friday. heart's' Night Banquet.The the "A" and "B" buildings of Hiford / al-<
Rushton is expected topearheati forfeited $25 bond by failing to1 by announced that noon Given
adding
Plants
,, Bradford County Sheriff P. D. featured speaker of tht I High School.
hitters with Johns appear for the same charge and will be determined the
the by lii.! i
close behind. i iRushton Marris Hines was fintd $.>0 for) I noon whistle at the Staike muni-1 report listed asphyxia due Florida: State Secretary of th i 15: trios, 27 quartets quintets, '

will handle the catchIng reckless driving and resisting ar ''ipal! Power and Light plant to to smoke inhalation as the cause\ YMCA. who presented the CIul 1 i i, sextets. 36 solo baton twirlers. For Starke Road

duties this year, and Davis rest. .(\ "hi any possible dISI''e over of death. with its new National Charter i 21 baton ensembles and 21 student

will alternate between Otis Brown paid a $25 fine I i"i 'i.I I tmo: (inductors entered that
.ml Johns One theory l is that McKinneymay installed new officers for th | in phase <>f

.11.-: h IM> and the mound. public intoxication, Fred Bi! >
Mull! said that Hilly Harrington fined $3:> for ifltOXka t I,. cigarette in his hand dress expressing his faith in thesincerity All of the groups and hands v, ill C'llh h.IIt""n nii-v I III'k
like the 2nd baseman. but and Robe t Cooper forfeited Mbond Lawson QualifiesIn :'be vicing for First <3iipein. putting
I U.Us causing his bedding to ignite and and integrity of our "II,1' $l.ihhi-uoiih'' of
'
I'arrish works out in that on intoxication ihaigc.sEnoth : -('("Ond t Excellent ami Third sill tubs anil I
"iK< n set the cabin ablaze. The cornerof young people in the present plants I dnii.ited! I List t
;.isstion he may move Harrington Clews was fined IIMI the room where the bed stoodw Starke recreation controversy.A i i I Goixl I t lassif ations. Wednesday by Fied) :Mah.ui} OAWTof

outfield! flennyVilliamS for sp'clngdl'1VIDg" vvithon'! i Sheriff Race At 8 p.m. on the Bradford foot- the Monticello ,.
j ,
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i I th.' :>s burned out worse than any digest of his remarks appearsas Ul- v, ,im' thocity's
2nd baseman. licen.se. and art es'. tall field drill contests will be
lesisting held beaut if
'- ilsu a spare other part of the cabin lendingcredence an editorial in this issue of icatlon pnigi.in! <

< ;iis Kopelousos is the leadinghoitstop II .\ L.i.\ -in "' s' ui.,. ,p ,].. to this theory. The Telegraph.New j for 25 of the 26 bands registered. More than 100 junipe ;aibor

candidate.Ruck Harrell To Run ,, ,, awoke in officers of the followed! by a spectacular massed vitae. and a number of othei!
iLi& !M'il: ; i\ : i i .1 u |I.d!! I t. !1"1| MrKinney apparently Club aie :
Gill has teen convertedt the smoke-filled cabin anti triedto Jan Mundorff President : Raymond -'hind formation :at It 1 .2K p.m.. varities have been placed alum;

t the outfield to the 3rd base For ReElectionM. grope his way to the door. Stefanelli. Vice-President : i IllllilMllg 16 Might i hoillS Of Highway 100 as it appioarhc.Starke .-

sIt CuitLs McGee and John Mr Roberts attended schools iiI Blinded by smoke he is believed Pearson' Cox. Secretary: Billy iniioi and out Call street \Ivyond

I r.imisbv: will likely man two of O. Hanell of Brooker paid 4Mfl County, and /gi: aduatett Horn I to have fumbled on the wrong Moore, Treasurer; Lamar Shaw. i i, The smallest group entered in'' the bridge towards Camp Bland-

the ''tit field positions with Henry his qualifying fee Tuesday as a :Ihe Army School of Music. Wash side of the door searching for the Sergeant-At-Arms: Joe Harden. I Continued on Page 4i I ing.

Rieharde, Eugene Magy an. Joe candidate for re-election as ington. I It. C He also' attended the knob was overcome and fell to Chaplain: and Roddy !Struth.' Mahan, whose 700-acre nurserv

Harden. Bill Alderman. ana Doug County Commissioner from District University of Florida. Honda 'he floor befoie he could get the' Historian is one of the largest i in the State.

Nolin competing for the other Five Southern College and Florida door open. Followinginstallation of officers : Morgan To Run i gave the Garden Club the plants

.starting assignments.The "I have .served I the people of state University: for graduate The Starke Fire Departmentwas the two hli-\" Sweelheatt, expressly "to beautify the roads

19.r 6 Schedule l is as follows: my county faithfully." he said. i. work. and holds a Rank II Certi- called to the scene and managed for iJ!>56. Sandra Johns and Joann in Florida.

March 20. T -- paxon. Home. "I take this opportunity to thank licate valid for life. to oust the flames while Slade. were introduced to the For Re-election He has made similar contributions -

3.:3i> ,i each and every citizen of Brad- Mr. Roberts has taught in the the shell of the cabin was still diners and a new club theme song to other groups throughoutthe

March 23.O' Ketterlinus. 1 ford County or the fine cooperation -| schools of Florida for 20 years standing.: It was not until the was sung for the first tune for Hu; in"M Mm L'.in Bi idtouM'oiin-, 1 area according to Beautification -

Home 3:30.: you have given our entire i first coming to Bradford High blaze was extinguished that Mc- the assembled members and Superintendent 'ot Publi. In- Chairman Mrs. J. D Doyle.
March 2t. S Gainesville.Away. Board Commissioners. : School as band director in 1937. discovered who stated that miles of
of County Kinney's charred body was guests by President Jan (lIndor II -tiiii'iun ann'-un -n IbJIflld4S a many

3:30.: That fine spirit of cooperation : and returning that position in i and Carol Ann Pickett. ""mdldar, "II rpf'liC""' ''on Florida highway owe their present -

March 27. T P. K. Yon e. i I 1949. He has since made Starke Muncie Thompson owner of the This was followed by a general In .lIakln his- announcement he pleasing appiC'aranr.to the

Away, 3:30. his home. Friendly Stop, said there was no song-fest climaxed by solo mini Montn-Hlo. Nurseryman's gen-

March 29! Th Op..nApli13 lie has owned and operated his insurance on the cabin. bers bv Mundorff. Miss Pnkefand erosit' vThr

Palatka Home. 3:30.: own business for 15 years and is McKinnev. who recently retire1 Sylvia Panik. .niangement was mad

Apiil 6, F Lake City, Away. 1 I piesentiy in the jewelry business as a technical sergeant' after 22 I with Mahan by Rep. Doyle Con-
1I Recoided dinner music' ( rear it I Ia
:3 3(il. I here. He is a Mason an Elk. and vear of Army service, had lived .- nei rind a Starke city truck was
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April 10, T Ketterlinus. 1 :i Shriner. He is a member of the 'tti1 the cabin about nine months. pleasant atmosphete. during h' used Wednesday to pick up "a.

Away, 8:00.pril : ,I First Baptist Church and is mari Sheriff Bradford He was born near HeilKronnSprin banquet proper.Dr. much as your truck will hold" at
of County. pay- Calvin J. Houpt. Spnns
\ 13. F -- Lake City. Home. eel to the former Marilyn Crosby i ?.. and was the son of the th nurserv
ing the $375 qualif'ingfee at and Advisor for the Hi-Y gi'Hipi
:i :MApnl .f Brooker.In ''thl' office of the cleik of the" late William B. and Carrell Carter explained! that the dinner meetingwas A portion of the gift has been
17. T Palatka Away. i i
qualifying for the office. Mr.
i McKinney. placed 'the Starke
couit. I about four months late because in new CityTSJmserv.
1IN) Roberts said: "If elected I promise : Surviving sic four brothers: s.ablishe
1 Mr. Lawson has been a resilient' < recently imrlei -
of scheduling' difficulties
\pnl :20. F Gainesville.ii"oninued to d ) all I can to improve our Melvin McKinney. Starke: and Garden Club bv
of Bradford for 22 supervision
County
years.
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and conflicts the officer _
new
on Page 4 > schools\ to do all that is necessary' William B.. Merrill and Elton so
the Citv Council
and is engaged in the meat and. had been functioning official! '>>r on property nealthe
for their continued pro'wth and 1..Kinnp"all of Miami: three
cold business in Starke municipal" sewage disposal
storage
time to then iomiai)
veil-being. I will work towardbetter I -i; 'ers: Mrs. Essie Sap!). and Mrs. some prior
Sibley Candidacy He is currently serving as School : installation. plant as the first part of a
relations between the schools':! Board member from Residence i iI Lessie' Kite both of Palatka. and poot'of plants. shrubbery and

Announced Wed. .tmi their respective communities.I District Five, a position that he Mrs Morrell Clemons of Miami. Outgoing officers were C'narle1- reps -" he raised there for the

A. your Superintendent. I would I has held for six years. I Ii. I Funeral services weie held [on- Kirkland President: TownsendStrickland. xtt'r < reation of ornamental

do everything within my power to i.' day afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Vice-President. Edwin Dianting at parks and public
Walter S. (Walt I Sibley. local maintain segregation in out. In announcing his candidacy. graveside in McKinnev Cemetery i Johns. Secretary; Bobby Fergu buildings

:icaltor! qualified Wednesday as a .k M-hools with fairness: to both( Mr. Lawson made the following near Lone Bridge with Rev. John son. Treasurer: Kenneth Eldei
the
Helping load truck and set'he
"If elected it will be
Board m..m11 statement:
School .
Candidate for 1' ; esFreak K. Strickland officiating. DeWittC. Sergeant At Arams; Raymond
Conner
Four to conduct the dutiesof plans were Mrs
Residence District my policy
t from .. Jones Funeral Home had chargeof Stefanelli the new Vice-President. Dovie Highway ChairmanMrs
the office with fairness and'
iouniy-at-large. nom! you the ,citizens his helpedin Accident arrangements.Red Chaplain; and Jan Mundorff, new Frazer Shaw City Council-
his candidacy honesty to all. I will sincerely President, Historian.The i.sxied the following statement'
announcing .
In a gieat way to make Bradford woman Mrs. Ruby Johns, anH
Mi Sibley said: "I have had 20 County a t:-'ttel place in which to try to make it an office by for. local Hi-Y Club now affiliated "Ever-increasing enrollment Garden Club Member Mis. Tom
Kills Girl Bradford Cross Drive
and of all\ the of
people shortage: of trained teachers,
\i is' experience as a school1teacher live. If re-elected I will con with over 7,000 similat : maintenance Harding

: and several years of tinue to 5"1'YOIl to the best ot County groups' throughout the nation of segregation, the accu-
On N. Y. Street Mr. Lawson is a member of the To Start MondayCarl mulation of much-needed
business experience. I am aware my ability." was organized in 1952 for the repairs

t the increase in population of First Baptist Church served as a express purpose of promoting left over from depression and war- Registration Asked

si county and state which has ] Asked Sheha: Long. 21. daughter ofMi trustee for 10 years. ana i is nowa Roberts chairman of the "clean speech, clean sports! clean time days and the rising cost of Before April Deadline
Timing Change of
He is treasurer
our schools. deacon. fund drive in living and clean scholarship." everything are a few of the crucial
:9 aced\ a burden upon and Mis. A C Long of New 1956 Red Cross
will always work for the in- For Traffic LightsMayor York City. died of injuries on the Junior Department Sunday Bradford County announced yesterday It is thigh school branch 01 'problems now facing our schools. Mrs. Marian L. Crosby. Brad-

,.. est of you good people espe- Feb 29 after being pinned againsta Fchool. and Leader of the YoungPoonle's that solicitation in the the Young Men's Christian Asso- I am deeply grateful to the school ford County Supervisor of Registration -

all> the boys and girls of our W. T. Jackson Monday: wall by wide-swinging trailer BTU. 1 I business district will begin Mon- i ciation embracing more than people! and many fine citizens cautioned voters this

i"Juny. and. if elected, will support recommended that the amber interval truck in New York City. Mr. Lawson is married to theformer I day. Assisting in this phase: of 200,000 members all over tlu whose cooperation has enabled us week to remember that April 7

be shortened in Starke's Ada Register of Lake will be E. Simmons. to make improvements in every is the deadline for registrationShe
; every effort to advance our Miss Long was the granddaughter the drive S. country.
school facilities and our educa- ,. traffie lights. of the late Federal Judge A. Butler and they' have five chil-! : Jerome Johns. Mack Futch, andJ. school in the county. stated that her office in

He suggested to Police Chief dien. He is a Mason and a Shrin- III. "I-was born in this county educated the Bradford Courthouse will be
.onal program. I am opposed V Long and Mrs. Long. who W. Andrews Thief Gets Feed

a1!', 'isms' except Americanism, W E. Thornton and patrolmen were residents of Starke for many er I So far only about 20 per cent here and at the Universityof open from 7 to 8 p.m. every Tues-
and don't '' assembled' after the I I 'I $3.060 has ': Florida and. except for a thre- day and Friday evening until the
mi for segregation regular session years before moving to Gaines- of the county's quota

\ia\ .' any job to prevent me from I,j: of the Mayor's Court that :|: ville. Her father. A. C Long i? Correctionlast teen raised with funds passing Bradford County Sheriff P. D. year hitch in the Army I have deadline and asked that citizen."

) -. barging my duties as a mem- a shorter "Caution" period might now president of The Texas Com week under the heading'. the $fiOO maik yesterday. Reddish this week disclosed that spent most of my adult life as a who have not yet registered tilt

!h." of the board." make the red-green sequence eas- pany "Ten Qualify: For Bradford County i Roberts announced the appointment 15 sacks of hog feed were stolen ,' teacher, principal and superintendnt so as soon as possible instead of

Mi Sibley! is a taxpayer, L ier for motorists to observe and Police said that Mss! Long was Posts." the name of Harold K. of two additional chairmen from the farm of Pat Yarbrough. < in the schools of Bradford waiting until the last minute

Irtlt ,I a member of the First help reduce the number of driver standing on a narrow ramp leading I Xorman was listed among candi-j for outlying communities. Miss out Highway 100 near Long County. This is my home, and I Independents. who are not

\fl1.) ilot Church Masons, Amer- who crash red lights in the to a trolley station: under the dates for the County School 1 Betty Dulling will serve as chairman Bridge on the night of March 6. will soon have a son ready to en- registered as Republicans or

'.,-. Legions Rotary Club. Cham- city. Queensboro Bridge near her homein Board. for Hampton and Mrs. .W. Investigations are still being ter school If re-elected I will Democrats will not be eligible 'o

,,1' of Commerce. Cattlemen's He stated that the caution lightis Sutton Place on New York's Mr. Xorman has: actually fileda E. Bigham Jr. for Brooker. conducted, according to Reddish. continue to do everything in my vote in the primaries she said

\-s.cMtin, Farm Bureau and i is now nearly as long as the red fashionable East Side when" a a Candidate for the Bradford The Junior Woman's Club will who stated that the unknown power to provide the best educational Anvone registering after April

!.'. nto) the Starke Boaii oft and gi -en \l.gh'.s in some installations : .rali..r-t rUt'k. nJ.ikmga sharp ('ollntBIud: of Commissioners handle: .solicitation in the residential burglar 01 burglars remain at opportunities possible! for all" 7 will also be barred fron. both

I". t, hei wall of, Starke large the children of Bradford County. pnmarie
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\ wish them
HAMPTON LEVEL "wrCl. ail;; a speedy re- !Il.t'lmg.It the SM-nui" i.T'i'; ':-

alsn attended the bitth !liv '.'
by Sam McGarvey < t' -
'Private Work' Back Again I I5y .Mr*. 1) I:. Hill by. :)1 I!', II. '1, :.II.KiPtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA tt'ell I guess r: won't be news biation for then dui.shVi! : :\1.,
i-.g:;; Mill tne puce of gum i- to ":1.the B. M. McRaes have J E Murrhee a: he j :iHilliard 'mt'

'I[ in' Bradford Board of County Commissioners; v.n good in tat, the highest UAIAUUAt..AUAA AAAAAI move house,! to town and took their last Sa'urdavEd

l.i-i t Week instructed their attorney to write the it has been since the end o: Klfitric I'taurhiwrrth: Mand! Mi.Uobcit Tarter: mia the with them, but we sure do !\\ :n M. H... .' S ..- c. _

Attorney (General; asking for an opinion as to the World War II. This is good news final OK in April l and ihildien.! : and Mi ar.d Mis.Washington Mr. and house Mrs.and A.them R. too.McRae Una visited h.sV .:' :', "', ::1.' J,
for all the folks in Bradford Find vote on the 30-year renewal of Oiustee visited \ !:,i i.
legality of pushing water holes on private proper visited Keystone Heights last McRae.a (
of the Florida Power
County who make and friends
their and relatives
living heie last
in for dirt Sunday afternoon
with county equipment exchange to
ly
Light franchise
from our good pine trees. for the city of Saturday. Yori.I. LO\ E thneu FsterI'rook i
ie used on roads or other county projects.To ;. Hampton will be taken at the Rev and Mis. \\' E. Hall have purse-size fountain
H. H. Lewis and the II. M: Mc- PIH In
u*. it is not so much a question of legality Ed and Frank very busy this April meeting of the town coun Raes visited Mr. and Mrs. W R. returned home from Ft Worth pastel shade. Only $3.38: at Bradford I

although that should certainly be a factor but week getting land ready fertilizing cil. it was disclosed at last week's Haislopfr.: and :Mrs. C. C. Cios- Texas where they attended the County Telegraph-
The
is more a question of practicability, economic weather forecast for last and planting. They got in meeting in the city hall. by, and Mrs Crosby's father whois

feasibility, and what is best for the finances ofa weekend was bad indeed, with some very tall tomato plants, but City law requites the complete very ill at their home Mond.iv -:

that is already reduced to "deficit frost for Friday meaning and a compensated for that by setting ordinance to be read three times, }

financing"county in order to keep in operation.It severe: fieeze for Saturday. Butmercifully the plants on an angle and just and the ordinance is now postei :Mr and Mrs. :Marion Crews uf Spotted for spring-
about burying them. Hope they for a period of 30 days at business the State Farm spent last \ve.-k- i Z j
i b disturbing to find the "private work with softened the some cold front warm, winds do well, for if there is one thingwe houses in Hampton and at end in Plant City visiting with I, ,

public equipment" issue cropping back into the did have a frost in some althoughwe sections Jove it is vine ripened tomatoes the city hall.l'enonal lelatives. L" this II

news after what was }believed to be a sincere hear that J. E. Brown's :Miss Jt'ssieray Diannen of ,"';?.<(. ,' ,

effort on the part of the board to curb such prac- leans wei e nipped. We set up our Guy Langford of :Miami was Baitow visited Sunday tough
tices. Heard about a visitor here who the recent overnight guest of Tuesday and Mr and Mrs Dennis l; irrigation system to try to protect -
bragged about the big corn they Fred White.MLcs Erannen of Lakeland were Sun- 'F z 4; goingplacesacostume
In case you have forgotten : Until last year, it turned our out berry, we didn't crop, but even, as havea it grow up in New York State, un- : Peggy Dyal left last Fri- day visitors at the Raleigh th tn- t.\"

had been the custom of (Commissioners individually frost. til finally! a gardener here asked day Washington, D. C.. where nen home. t "

to order work done by private equipment in him to send some seed. He triedit she will be the guest of :Misses :Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Faire and I H&\.. v .-* -.. .I i '

their own districts. This was done without any At last vve'ie picking berries ana the doggone stuff wentto Emilene and Loretta Kelly. daughter of Hampton, and Louie %". "1

written authorization and sometimes without the but only a few as a start. \\' tasseling when it was only Mr. andfl's.. Gene Kelly\ and lYevatt of Waldo left :Mondayfor HI>': .' 'tt, .'
knowledge of all board members. got 15 quarts the first day, and waist high and didn't amount to daughter of Zephyrhills spent the Lancaster S. C. to visit Il.a- t'i'', ,:
1:
20 the next but before anything. weekend with Mr and Mis. J. C. tl'esfrs.: Prevatt will also return r. \.,
When II. A. Bishop Jr. took over chairmanshipof long we ., : i
fhould Ci-x and Mrs. Enoch with them later week : JLA\
be really picking. We've Kelly. this .
the board, and E. L Crawford took his seat on Had a mess of kale with our : ',
selling them at 35c, or three for Mrs II. Mayhew arrived lastweek after her stay with relatives f.t" : .:..
the Board these two worked hard to dinner .'"
men stop $I ,and make believe it isn't good one night this week, and for a visit with her brotherand there. ::1::... 'v

the use of the county's equipment on private to have that good old berry money we all like it as a change from family, the U A. Halls. :Mr and Mrs: Milton Mother oj;;.. at _
work. They succeeded in instituting a new workorder coming in again other greens. It tastes about halfway To ron ert an error in thiscolumn and family and his parents. Mi : 1\\ :"..

system, whereby each Commissioner must between cabbage and turnip two weeks ago the L. A and lrs.fartin: Mother of Bnat- t ;

sign an order for work to be done. The road 1 We'ie still busy cleaning the greens. Halls\ operate the fruit stand at wick were Orlando visitor Sun J.

foreman was instructed not to do work on private beds and mulching with sawdust, Hampton: Junction, and not the L. day.
Visited :
Marklee this
Starling
property unless a work order for that specific and it sure is a slow job. However week, and he said his :2-acre! A. Wjnns. as I previously stated Hampton Baptistnfe \\ Iii i
Mr and Mrs. G. H. Wadaworth
job had been signed. Then, at each meeting, the the plants look pretty goodto patch of 90's do not look good. visited last week in Plant hold its monthly meeting tonight 'iX>> : .
us'e have red City .
work orders were revised by the Board and each ( to dusting no with spiderthanks Para- Maiklee said he has both leaf with Mr. Morrow: and Mr. and ( Friday 1) at the home of Mt +...,\;\" I.' .If,.

member informed'as to what was being done,, thion and only a very little bit spot and led spider in his patch :Mis Day The Days returned to Lester Made on Hampton Lakeat :;"":*'"' ,., .

where it was being done, and for whom. of leaf spot. That which we have and that he is using copper Hampton with the Wadsworth fora S p. m. Mrs. Slade anlIr -. n', ': a. \
The noticed is against the former and sulphur visit Raleigh Brannen will\ be ho>tees. --- x I \ .. \
new system was not perfect, but it did 1 mostly on plants which '
help. It cut down to a large extent the amountof have not been hoed and mulched, against 10 crates the on his latter.first Marklee picking and got Mis. Ethel TtdAell\ and Mi .-- and :Mis E. D. Allen will hoin cPt ,, .. ,I .

private work that had been going on. The number or in other words, on plants i in S9 per crate. Betty Dulling of Hampton and charge of the piogram \" 'lI't f' D\
with a lot of weeds. ,6
\
of fresh water holes diminished and at length, ,4!',.r..t .t t :. .
just about :stopped Now that berry season is here ...
Friendly George Huggins. our J.
But now. apparently certain members of the county agE'nt.'isited us the other what again to we have have for no problem dessert. about Even From where I sit... fy Joe Marsh de 'tJ '. ,. \

Board have come up with a new gimmick the day while we were out in the 'l 'V {'Oi .4 "iJt A. \
thoujh1' have been eating tei- ,"v,' 0 ,
pushing of water holes in exchange for "needed" berry patch. Ho told us that somebeiry I VVI W 4 .. '
; ies almost steadily now for seven :: I 0 '
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dirt. and newly-pushed water holes have started:; 1 growers are using Captan years (thanks to the freezer i, Information I.. .. t. 1., .\ .. ,

to blossom in some areas of the county. trade name of a fungicide, to we're still as crazy about them a- / J" ; .if.. e '
combat leaf spot, fruit rot, and r fl. ,. 11
e .
Let's get this straight. We do not deny that crown rot. George said that D. when we got.our. first.Mamie 4-1 "On The Line" f. II .

the exchange of a water hole for dirt might give A Jones of Lavvtey used it f I.. 1. vf'I'1 i it .. I to ,

the taxpayers of Bradford County a fair shake against crown rot and that it put 10 quarts of spinachin I was reading the other day From where I sit, it doesn't I 6 .. '
the freezer this week and with '
how
if the hole is big enough (at least an acre in area), winked fine. crop season coming on, we'1soon\ a person can get all sorts of matter if ideas are put out by P Gs A ,

and near enough to the spot where the dirt i is be busy filling it up again. things on his telephone.just by dialing a number telephone, through editorials, or i j' I't' .

needed. It is true that the county is in almost While visiting with Jim and a in person-as long as we ran take! I b

constant need of dirt for the repair of county Xeta Rosier who live just off the Heard about a mule in this time In New York you can get the them or leave them. I happen to ,j f'f" ,. .
sharp end on the Rosier road wepot the weather, or a prayer.In like a glass of beer with : ,
roads, and no one is giving dirt county many years ao that saw my sup-
away any more. Philadelphia it's the "
to talking about hogs, and stock I't'per.. You may prefer coffee Wi1-4 ,
It has to be bought like any other commodity snow for the first time. Seems ports. In Boston tea or .
Jim said he has a sow that a voice tells bird branch water. Well, there's
.
the mule didn't know what the no !" 1
But we do say and intend to say it loud and I brought 12 pigs the first time. watchers what's to be watched harm in "listening" to another's ,,,,"v oTV :!-; \icky Vaughn's wonderful
young
heck to
it he went
was. so eatingit. ,
long that the dirt-exchange routine should Next she found 15 andJim in the park. *; Ir !
not I; farrowing Person who saw the incident opinions but if he should try V':., image of spring. The scalloped barrarmed -
be used ( matter what the waited expectantly for thethird Over in Europe furto force .
no Attorney General I said the mule thought it was tbey go them on you, it's always '
drr* is fit. hug in
rules) when the water hole is so small that the litter. You can imaginehis salt! ther. Vienna offers a five-minute an American's privilege to sim 1 .1'. '.< & 'if. purr you anempire
dirt obtained is negligible, and its location is such disapPOintment. when this fairy tale for kids. In Switzerply "hang up!" > .O J- Imo. bodice fan out into a skirt

that the cost of getting equipment to the job and l time she bought only six. To land you can get the news in any made to corner <"inpliments. Of crisp rayon that I.dl'iightfully\
make this of three
an even greater my- languages. And a couple
hauling the dirt away is: more than the actual s'erv.. the same male was u.'e
value of the dirt. when the sow produced the 15 hrouk I'"I"oe-.i/E' fountain pens In for desperate housewives. C/vv and acetate. H<>th will vta !h. avoid wrinkles! perfect]

When the county gets a fair deal pastel .shades. Only S2J>8 at Bradford -
or even la\\. l brown or olive on white with matching jacket: \ :

breaks even on pushing a water hole, the practice -Jim. who dues some turpentin- County Telegraph. routrxAt f9r.lii"YJ'za... Il,_"+.. ,.......L. ... 1"t'aratk! or orange: on white with Mack mrket.. Sie7 to 1>.
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may be defended. When the taxpayers get the

little end of the stick the practice is inexcusable, 14.95

whether technically "legal" or not.

We maintain that county equipment and !labor .. .-,

and money should be u
an- many miles of substandard roads in this : Versatile Lady in her

roimty where the equipment could be used to

better advantage than on private property in an ,

often-futile effort to turry IHlitic.1101'. t j catered( I

It seems: to us: that the Commissioners: should \ 'i ; LI I offers t, x tto '. 9

hate asked! the man who pays the tax bill to -.... ,

General.'rule"; on the matter rather than the Attorney you > sheath


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Cooperation Vs. AccusationA i A AA'n


definite stand in the current recreation controversy t iI '

was taken for the young people of Starke I. 1

last week by T. Aubrey Morse, State Secretaryof

the Y: ::A for Florida, who does not believe I '
I
that teen-agers and adults form two separate, : .
.
opposing armed camps. ,, ,
His talk before the annual Bradford IIi-Y Club banquet ., A f't d
,
in the high! school cafeteria last Thursday evening contained S, ca !,
y
many new ideas and so much good common sense aQ'"w A I
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;, 1 1fj
pertinent to the Starke problem that we have taken the j jI jI

liberty of printing a brief digest of his remarks here as

an editorial: k .. # r '; ,

1 Recounting a lifetime of experience with students in v I

high schools and colleges and young working men and w r !i

women. Mr. Morse admonished those present to always
.
lemember that the ancient precept "Know Th 'se1f" is : 4 \ T For Tops t !

the most important thing in life for young or old. I

Adults are in a large part responsible for the be- Performancein '
i
haviour of youth, the speaker told his audience, because ,

they control the media of communication.

It's the adults who write and produce our newspapers, your

hooks motion pictures and entertainment. They create

the good and the corrupt in literature and art. place before a t kind ofdriving

us the advertising magazines, and TV programsthat n x ,, .,
mold opinions and action.

The liquor th; t's responsible for so much of both teenage ; v e

young and people.adult delinquency is not made and sold by the I : m t


The teen-ager today must overcome his social environment i
You get horsepower that makes horse sense'g
to maintain his own basic goodness and .'
?: z in Ford's new 22.h.p.8.. The purpose
honesty. :Mr Morse said.
Through earllife and the .
of this new horsepower is more torque _.
teens the atmosphere and influences with which you live r"The
more rotating power to turn the wheels of
.inj mature are made and placed there by older people. -
your car. With more torque you get greater
The aJult world today is a materialistic, amoral fumblingsociety tbi
that needs to know itself quicker getaway, swifter passing heath j-i all fl' Jnd l gartrt!! ,
as much or more than
You'll find it the silkiest,
power. quietest
the young people do. Their behavior reflects it. Come in : bare armed to iai' li <*\>-r. I li"I I
engine you ever.commanded.: get top
The speaker did not, however offer this as an excuse matrhing >wfafr! I i- wt-|', tI.| -,.d!
performance for your kind of driving!
tor erratic teen-age action. He stated that it is the lesponsJjility and we d that This} new 2.2.3-h.p. Thunderbird engine and beaut>marked b>' pearl and lace !linitt-rflv Jj'I''j'; | ('.'-

of the young to change and improve theirinherited prove has a displacement of 312 cu. In.-, Ires of Burlington's I.inarney. rich linen IIPIK rj-1, ,

society while at the same time maintainingtheir ; which males it the Gig!!est engine by far in Machine washable with little or no-iron finish. Tni Tell;

own integrity. you get more GO for your the lou-price field.) And it is available in all does it in coral beige, )tllow. turquoior cloud white
It's a difficult job. and cooperation rather than mutualaccusation
Fordomatic Fairlanes and Station,\a ons. Sizes 10 to 13.
between young people and right-minded
adults
Equally important, these new 2. 5-h.p"
with the same goal in mind can make it lot easier T' 10.95
a for in R
both. dough' a d -8 engines are rolling off( of Ford's production
4
line So
note. plan to see your Ford Dealer

... -. soon. Hell be glad to show why
::
*': "mMiWeNffi'iCa "?.Ii'''YI.Nb iJYOC.MlY0a9d.,=.yayY v you you A small deposit will
get more CO for your dough in a Ford 1'-5! hold any item in our

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1956
FRIDAY MRCII 16. I' \GF. TURn
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''Ittttttttttttttttttttt.a t" the W S C S. ot the :M.thi.d- Chat:lie Mi-i!<'\' .r liighian! : ,m i -

I 1'l"t thunh at their montnly po- Sunday .tftt':1v"r. Th< \ .t':" .,,'

I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS LA1YTEYNj \ gam! nue:ing on Tuesday: alter- t'1 Kept., Land! \\!lilt, t.t.. I I

Mr and :M.s Bryant Kt ,' ,,
nuon. Alter an interesting program : :
If} Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127Ltw.il i
Mis Priest, assisted by her spent the weekend with tin! '.
'Ir). Joyce '1'.1'utch daughter. Lorraine, served delicious in-law and daughter, M: ..

\\niiieit \ttencl :\ ting Ki'jsloniHonor Boll i.......................... refreshments to the following Mrs Ja..k Pons, m Tail 1:: ,-,
',, .. F.. .".. .ml 1 MORE AT kP
far ( ; imun:t: Tuii.iOui : !1-: : "t-poit c pcnoilt'n 1 ladiesIesdamt's; T, L. Wamiwnght Miss Jeanette Blount u" \1.: I

\\ ': i! 1'>uou\\, \\,ttV :n1,1 i"jlluw.ng I'.ldien nude all I Mi and Mis H. C. Kelly: and I H C. Wainwright, Her- 1 visited Mrs. H R Sapp ,: r .' i!
A and 15 he J :M's Margaret Kelly were i iI
tilt fur the meeting a n Keystone visiting .
; : nt: me : mie' Kelly. Catherine Teare, Effie uiday Mrs Sapp's son. K\, I I i iI
t' T. A District IV, in Jack- Heights Schoo'!, according to Miss the lien' Tonulson family In New Miner, and Abbie Harley.Mi Burney, of Jacksonville I.:.' iI I
.- mih, ., Friday March 9. The: Gertrude Hou er, Principal. River Sunday afternoon. i
a'isit
!:: I
on Sunday
and Mrs Janus ,
net' ; was held at the Morroci Fourth dradi'Jimmy Mi and Mrs. :Marshall Mot Phillips
ing I
TuupleN : FuCarol Campbell, and son, Eddie, of Gainesville ; and daughter Cheryl Ann. left ,!! Mr and Mrs D. J. Bi'::.!,' '"

Calvin Brown, tteba Hall, Lamar I II I! attended services at the FirstBaptist : Sunday to make their home in of Jacksonville spent Sunday
: ->.II\! three hundred womentended :Macon, Ga. Mr and Mrs D. G Wilkes, "
I Church : where James will! bo I '
I Roberta on and
local represent- Hill Sibley, Carolyn For- Sunday
the
and
i" 'onnt"'tedith" Mr and Mrs Leon Gi!' ,
'1 i : ( the Railroad mi
SUlder-1 !ythe.'onC'lle Williams, and were dinner guests of :Mr and
.t'vrs: Am Mrs Doris Johnny Martin Mis Carl Hilliard. ; Sunday visitors at the Winfred i family of Live Oak were SIH':aguests
and :
: ,
:and :Mi- MargaretVaite .
fifth .rail.- Mr and Mrs Carl Prevatt werivisiting : Rigdon home were: :Mr and Mrs j : ofr. and Mrs D.Inie.Stone I
\l lean Fox. I
I II
.
I Joel Brault. Leona Townsend :Mr and Mrs Jack Harvey i R. H. McCauley Jr.. and family. '! and family
Junior I mini \\renir Roast ) in Orlando and Mrs Ernest and :Martin lcCauleof Day- Mr and Mrs. J. T. Pads;*'': t i'1n
David Servis. Carolyn Jean Moody -
about i j
Last: Friday evening Peavy and Mrs. Sarah Dorman tona, Mr and :Mrs Guy I son, and Mr and Mrs M.i'K,.e< '
:enty-fi\e children and their Deanna Lee, Rubara Ann \\ \ Pc I- 11-} JI II +If I i I .av ''HIf : .
Wheeler, Dee Dee in Ocoee from Thursday until I son and baby of Ander-j i Padgett and son, of Clay Hill and
two
haperones' spent a glorious and Hob Jackson Hardenbt'rgh// Saturday. i, :Mrs Irvin Mosley and and I the Clifton Sellers family of s having
,
flouts :jt Lake Brooklyn j Mis R H. McCauley Sr., and ton were visiting the Theodo'e
I :Mr and :Mrs. Fied Moore had I '
the Sixth Grade
we ->er roast. They were as guests Mr and Mrs !I family of Starke, and several I Crews family on Sunday f
hildren of the Baptist Junior i Darlene Campbell Chester Moody. Wesley (
Flem TOMATO SOUP
Laktlini'Sunday
Lawtey friends. Starling was in L1
Training Union (113 in aliI) and i! Bill King, Lavon Pa3ton, and Thomas and son, Jody, of Tampa. : !
Mis Leslie and I night: to see his untie
Hill I and :Mr and :Mrs S. D. Andrews j Phillips son a (
member Dorothy
Each :
nets guests. wash j and daughter Debbie of Wild-, Eile, and Mrs O J. Phillips Jake Starling, who is ill.
'ihd; to invite another child. Chap.; sVventh GradeBob I
i wood. j spent Friday with :Mrs Registerin Rev. Troy Wakefield of GaInes-
mines i for the evening' (and pro- :Morgan, and Donnie Purdy. I
trar..portaionwere) I :Mrs Collie Gnffis and children Dinsmore. rifle, Pastor of the Methodist I JO% -ozCans suet =
iden. of
: Eighth i Grade Mr and Mrs I.. C. Milliard and Church was the Sunday dinner taa'e
and :Mrs Coibett Terrell, and and Mr. and :Mrs Ralph Smart 4 i5cAnn
:Mr I
Gary Chance, Johnny Dodd, and son. Daryl, and :Mrs. Steve Starling guest of the Hubert Priest family : at A PJK
\Ii :Mrs Richard Cunning- of Jacksonvilleisited Mr. Kas- Save
aim I Aggie: Watson. vvoith Sr. spent the weekend in :Miss Patsy Sapp, attended Rally jl f
Ocala Collie
in Griffis
in
The weather was perfect I
:Mffi i Out of all these children. three Orlando Jacksonville with :Mr and Mrs clay in Starke on Saturday
and aside from stuffing them- and :Mrs Hattie Mae i
with weenies, coleslaw, received straight A mat k.c;. They Edge in Cocoa this weekend. Raymond Suber I The Joe Starling family and\ ; Page Tart Sweet? SALAD
Mves: I were: Jimmy Fox, Joel Brault, Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs : Mrs Elnora Privelt and tlaiun. !
.i ttt'I" <'hip-,, marshmallows, and I Mr and Mrs Ed Durham and Qt Jar A&1' F I ,! I Ieh, l M, ,a'
and Darlene Campbell. Guy Futch and family were Mr tern. visited the Starlings) now .in\
sons. Raymond and Richard 39C
ki'i, the children enjoyed games !I spent DRESSING
mi songs around the oampfire 1 i Children in thhe first three i I Sunday afternoon in Lake Butler and Mrs Johnny Crews of Jacksonville granddaughter, Loretta Anne mil I

1' T..1. Forum Program grades: are graded in a different i with :Mr and Mrs Mac 1tcGwm.I and :Mr and Mrs Leon I her parents Mr and :Mrs din ;t'.,
j jAil I I their do not I Sauls and family of Starke. Starling in Highland on Suici.iMisses \ I
so names
manner Johnny Wall, former residentof
a TUNA
parents are urged to at- : Md S' i earn, rant \ A'.i-! ,a, I'1NKlIb
I The members of the First Katherine 'Dav'id '!
on the honor roll. has Baptist Me t t IPbraled -
the Air
Lawtey
appear
joined
"nd 'the P. Too A. meeting onl|
Sun CornMr. I Force and Church are taking a study her birthday annivei!S.\:v Can C
is stationed in Texas
i m"sii authouon
.;Mutant'. :Mental meeting Health since will an be -- of Pmeville! La. are the proud j I mother Mis McKinney, near church this week Pastor Edgar and Mrs Edgar Wilkinson 1 II-' 7-oz Can C
piesiit patents of a son born on March ) Starke. Wilkinson is teaching this couise Sunday. Miss Ola :Mae Phillip-' : 2 S

,,! It should be interesting, as 11. at the Baptist Hospital, in''I Mrs: Grace Adkins and Mr :Mrs Lonnie Teston and :Mrs and BillGaskins the TiuniiiNbimans : Mme. sId" Fam \ 1'i--t. -toU.FIherta, ,. : A& I'
II, this will be
as a panel-type Alexandria, La. It is their first I and :Mrs Hel bert Haie.[ of Chiefland -I Call Prl'valt'isited Mi. and Mrs family were her10";: -'- 29-oz Can
use'ussion program so popular

H'Wi:h television audiences -I child.Mrs I and Mr and :Mrs Fred -z-- -- PEACHES[ 3SC _______________________
: Cannon was the former Lang, of Maxville were guests of i
md the subject tor rhsiussion! will ,
I :Madeline Kennedy, daughter ofI the Winton Parrish family or
\\'ri' Poopertting For Emotional
I.lBHY'S
:Mr and Mrs S. E Kennedy.
Sunday. "
HealthANNOUNCEMENT 1 I :Mrs Kennedy left on Wednesday :Mr. and Mis.: Gary Biuklev., I Hear GUY Andrews Speak on 111 ,
Cans
for Louisiana to meet her j and daughter, :'oarth'a Sue, of I S&PINACH2" 2SC

fast grandchild Jacksonville were weekend guestsof CHILI I L 1
Catholic ClubMembers I the :Marion Crews. I

: ot St William's Cath-I Sunday guests of Mr: and :Mis
Ai.P rancAll Gn."t'nASPARAGUS
oil Club, and all potentnl-mem- I E. J. Raulerson, were :Mi and I Segregation

{2 .1.1i hers: ,ere asked to remain after Mis: Dock Moslev.. of MuldlebtngMr I 'JO% ozCn \\I1II 15KVNSiMMiiMii :

the 11 oMotk Mass on Sunday. : and Mis RherryI: -Donal.11 19C

i Mar-h 18 to have a meeting, ando and Mr and Mrs Harry Bust'
of breakfast. Th 1 24-oz Can
partake of Jacksonville.Mr
Catholu Club is the "ways and. : and :Mis R. L. Eiadle\ I Saturday, March 17 ... 7:30 A.M. \\' oloreil (Short lU-ltl) 31CMILD
William's' I!
and:
LIt means'' of St. :Mrs W. ),1. Smith Mrs J. J.
every member of the congrega1ton Smith, and the Paul Bennett RADIO w.n.\.II. 9SO ON DIAL Lb 47C'Icon
I I CHEESE E E
the I I'Iub RADIO
of ) 1V.NFLIt1390
hould be a member do I family visited W :M Smith whois I ON DIAL I NIeNI N.IIIII N III eI e
certainly
The meetings \itahty I! a patient in St. Vincent's 11ospital (You Can Hear One Of These Stations In Your Area)
not !ark< of interest or duringthe weekend LAI>\ BETTYJUICE
\\ m i oloied Bench! Cured)
This me should be especially[ interring Norman Hamilton of Jacksonville -

was the guest of his pa.r'i VOTE 'ANDREWS' MAY 8thANDREWS Lb
Kiiiiunage sale I ents, :Mr and Mrs H H. SHARP CHEESE 49C

This ita: reminder that the ton, this'eekt'nd, I J i E EFRESH

\\' "u;en'- Club is holding its Kum- Miss Elizabeth Terry wasT
the Suslow Building' I I\1S.'(nsii! ( dlort'd!
'" Sate in Friday( night and Saturday guestof :

'u-\t tll Keystone Jewelers -1 her sister Mis Claudia Stiuk- Lb

t .i'S y.Y yx tnld\. this very minute :May-I, land in Gainesville! 1' CHEESE jflC Qt Bot
2SC
"don't need anything"but .
beurn !!"' ntrrix.il: I FOR

t : I ihnot give it t look-see"1 I Mr. and )'Irs.'infl'e.l f Rig- 1 I

a It lIIay :
:Mis George Schaeffer, her!I of a daughter Donna Gail on : CONGRESSHels
: .
,) :tiint :Miss Anna G. ), March 10. "siPrUKU.Il I : ; I I;E\)1Y.T-E.\T: ) ( ) : I 'bill!( )( KLLxsSMALL: : ::
-t I ICCUllOUgh'j'
f ;i"d her children. Mr and Mrs Jack Revm.l.N

I iMvul. were Sunday! I and sons, of Jacksonville, spent! Lb

Harold K. Norman of her I'. other Edward C. Shr1I'k .\- I the weekend with :Mr. and :Mill The"GUY" COOKED PICNICS 29CLJ'ad

Ii. ., and family. in Ocala W. :Moselv Sr.

Little Vi Ridaught is bark in Griff Phillips spent from Tm-
CDID.TECOUNTY:
S' hool after hurting her knee at day until Saturday in Mac'on, (;'tHis "A" III', --t'd and DI'\\tI (i'.nc k-Fro/en: I

play' (>n Saturday Vi is one of!, son-in-law and daughter, :Mi A-H

the ook-exacth-ahke Ridaught I and Mis Fate Redd! and I iiiulx' I for US! "
II I LARGE TENDER FAT HENS 47c
COMMISSIONER Twins. I Ii brought him home on Saturdn< I
i :Mi and :Mrs Everett" Fox. and| and remained over Sunday (Pd. Political Adv.) i

Dist. One (Lawtey) daughter. Jackie, visited :Mr andMIs. \\'. S. ('. s. MeetsMis
I' .. I GROUND BEEF Ib<
Gaines- -- -=:-== 39c
i : Frank Stewart in i : Hubert Priest was hostt'-- ------ &-=
Born and Reared in Brad !, -- !
ville Sunday afternoon.
ford County 21 t years of I The local school children! got a I

age A graduate of Brad- thrill the other day when :Mr : ALGOOD BREAKFAST BACON 'Ib< 33c

ford High School. Now and Mrs I William It. O'Connor, of I

operating his own farm. I Norfolk, Conn., drove lip in their)

192S Rolls Royce. All of which STREAKOLEANVHITE BACON Ib ISc

WILL SUPPORT I answers the question.. "Mother: hapg..go lectric

.AM! WORK FOR did they have Automobiles when -k "
I "SI PER RIGHTBREAKFAST
"
ad- I
you were a little girl: :Must
Better Farm To Market
that a pretty snazzy-
mit was
Roads- More for the County looking car when :Mother was a BACON l-Ib pkg 39c

Dollar without additional little girl.

taxes. The farmer's interests j "11'. and :Mrs O'Connor are the l.iKilm's a breeze..and cool as a breeze...r nh a modem dec'n,

t are his interests. proud owners of a collection of I range!So much cleaner..anJ safer too! It males serve

He understands the needs II old and not-so-old 'cars. They '
to go moJern ly going all electric! in your XUcLen.He .
were making their early tour of
and requirements of the.. t.UELX; : GIANT GPEFN:
Florida and were the guests of sure to include a completely automatic electric S r w
Count"s business and
Mr and Mrs ::. \\". Hardenbergh rater heater-it Cts anywhere! No vents, rum e

pledges to each and every They left for West Palm Beach'i I \ tip to budget balancers: Ii's cheaper no Bun no fumes..and all the heat PEA E S I
honesty,
person courtesyand and points south. last Thursday. '
fairness to all Hill to go all-electric in jour kitchen.laundry goes; into the water, not into t!,e ror"i'! : BANANAS
I Friends of George Sidney than! ,
to use a combination of fuel!. z j:
I. will be interested to know that : Remember, electritity hCOOl..doesn't-
YOUR YOTE :
he has been at Fort Carson Colorado ; '1-lb Cans
.AM I ACTIX: SUPPORT'
2 37C ib
for the past month. He experts .II heat up the house 9c
WILL HE GREATLY
to come home on furloughin
.PI'HECI.TEU) : lulv Anyone who would pare I !:J White-glove CLEAN..no soot or muss!
..".".Nfl eeeeeeeeNNeee Uli--I! i INt 1ANN
t" write to him may get his ad-
(Paid Political .\(1\'.) ". SAFE e< electric! light..
ili', '', finni :M's! .\. T. DasherOUTSIDE 0 V and just as economical! : : PAGE: ilAKr: :: > POLE BEANS "I b 19c
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:.. BEAN E S
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_______.. 1 t.ab ; YELLOW SQUASH Ib 12c

Cans < mo' I 'UA; ( .

1 t 3Ib 29C CARROTS each 7c

House Paint
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GUARANTEEDWhite \\ : HorSE: : :

Fl f I !,1--.1I-14< KLEMONS:


( Only') .4' MILK I 1 doz 23c


QUARTS GALLONS t. ; r Tall Cans CftC FIlr-.ll t F.NI HKPiCELERY


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5J.39 $)-49

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FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAHKE. FLOBIDA \1

FRIIMY. MARCH Ifi. 1956Gladys '
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.Hospital Auxiliary I Miss Vallee'sVedding 17 Crescent C'.ty.! (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Party ., ,' '. ,

Chairmen Chosen 1 County Audit IS. P. K. Yonge of Gainesville.!; Clerk of the Circuit Court I' : ,
Plans Announced Ly :Mar.an i
L. Cr '>l.y. Dr; ,,'v ri! rkIn _
J 19. Dixie County of Cross City. ,. ; .I ;, : ,

The Bradford County Hospital 1 _. ",,-_ ,...-... __.- 20 Union of Lake Butler. 01. ::1., -i .i 1 1S "
-"il ''Continued I from !
1 Page It .
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21.: Bunnell. Ilir. ... I .1' \\ '
Auxiliary! met on Thursday af .' 9'" I'J .. I i>iuil s Jlldo: ( ourt In (nil1'i.r 1 "I' I.IMI. ., ,, !
llraillunl i; ,1 ,
ternoon. March 8, at St. Marl ..t.. .. ;, ? .ty." 22. Lafayette County of Mayo. I 1'ruh.ilr. ( uuntt ri.riilu. In 1'.1',. 'I. : .1 I i, -'.! : ..

Parish House, to vote on the bylaws i"- It was pointed out that addition- 23. Fletcher of Jacksonville Beach I In IV: rNta: "( \\ .\l.TII11:1': : 'FF"1\l :-1\: I
r. .
Kl.M:: : I
XV. I.
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which had been approved u-\vnues anticipated for theB".r56 24. Clay of Green Cove Springs. >oii 14 i: euI- riuiinn.: '.\ i UK ,

Mooty by the Hospital Governing Board budget from a number ofii.es 25. Fernandlna Beach. TINl.. Hist \IU.i: !
Phone 35 The i: I Not represented in the drill competition T" .\1.1. WHOM IT MAY 0'p'N': 'El\|;I: !
following Committee Chairmen proved equal to expecta- N-.t- ,.- I,, co"% jm-n Ih.i' I '. -
were announced by the President ::> and are included in the but playing in the band nl. .
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-- 4 Mrs. S. F:. Simmons Mem- < .r.'y'> current financial category. will be Palatka Junior Itr'I/Jo-.H.tt..f\\\LTEI. : : :MI i i i- WASTE I
: pIano Kl.MX.: .i. .':".... tVi* I (I", f Ii
Dowling-Moody i Birthday Party j bt'rbhlp.11'5.. A. Y. Covingtun .:. I High. HIV |".ri'| : .n I',. 1.1.., ,I "h." _-. i
i Finance. Mrs. C. A. Knight : ByLaws Tav Values I'j The people of Starke have been that I tt .11 ai!ll'iv i ; :>i- IiTh.rn ., i
.\. \'al\.I h _
i'.iu-v
Wedding Set For i Honors Linda Wasdin Mrs. J-:. A. Hall; Gift Shop Th-f
March 25 Mrs. T. H. Slade; Flo..el's.11';;. i <-\.ii .
Mr. ana Mrs. Riley S. WasJin I apparently plan to make of sain.ami f.r final dir.I ha.:. .1\ BASKETS !
the Board a day
I M. F. Hazen; Hospitality. Mrs of County Com- ?I.InI-r.,t'.r."f the e- airt \ i
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dowling ofRaiford entertained at a lovely birthday E. Matthews; Volunteer Service :: --loners, the School Board and it. TKK Xlii: 'KI.MA.drcta-. .!
-M.tl. I h It!
li.-n!
in thWoman's
announce the approching I party Saturday evening Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Jr.; Program tin- Bradford County Hospital Cor- Thompson stated that there will .- Jo Hay.Ailliiilii .

marriage of their daughter Club for their daughter Mrs. L. H. Jennings: Pub- oOI jiniation; dog track revenues: the be approximately six women from 'll.il", ..rifl-I-| I: ..
I who celebrated her 12th ann i1 \\.illti \-l I II.,,,. 'I..I) 39C I
\Vrnu-e to Felton :Moody. son 0Mr. I i licit11'5., J. H. Arnold; and ''illusion of the Humphrey Gold each of Starke's social and civic I .. i", .;. 4 ,

and Mrs. Joe Moody of Long 1 versary. ': Telephone Mrs. H. H. Adams. I t Corporation's Highland Plant on ,
'I serving in staggered schedules III I lie I... ..
groups
motif n n It Juiltcrk ( .rt la \n.l
will take A pink green, and yellow i The Auxiliary voted unanimous- Bradford tax rolls; an increase in .
Bridge The ceremony 4Mr. -11 \ I'.. HrailUrd ('....ul, fl.ri.la. I.. With Purchase of
plare Sunday, March 25 at 3 predominated in the party dec- ly to have as its first project the '" gasoline moneys; and new taxable as hostesses for the city I'rwlialr.in .

o'clock in the Long Bridge Christian !: orations with streamers and bal- I' maintenance of the Coca-Cola A. -' valuation in the County due to throughout the musical morning..Ufinoun LIAMSOX.I litKvt.it I...,.',-as.ilMHMI ..f UOSETTX \\ 11. .') (ti.\I.; ,\TI.TIl'S: I

j i loons being hung at ,'antagepoints machine at the hospital. Mrs. J. *: new and extensive construction. :-. and evening. : or i-iiiuiiii:

Church.All in the auditorium. The j I M. Smith. treasurer. reported 21 +1- The Board of Commissioners expressed I TO AI.L I'KUSOXS; IXTKKI'STrp: :! Felton Smith
.. IX TilE I': T.\TE OF :SAID I'lJTl-:'
and lelatives : '
friends are lace covered refreshment table in confidence that these f
I paid members. and after the meeting revenue EXTV'
invited to atend. ': the sunroom held the traditional eight additional memberships increases coupled with an adjustment BaseballContinued ''i .iI.! !fr.> :,-i.\! -, .-.f.. .1 ">..tt ,
Atlantic
;i \tr'I.r -to 'j", 1 I ".p.1' "L I
i two-tiered birthday cake which |: were paid, making a total of 29 I !I of the September billingrrocedure. I.. '1.. I I" -, \t :. ., .1 j i--I.. ; :North Temple ,\\ .e'That's
was embossed with pink, yellow, j active members to date. will more than offset i '.1"I "' ..I I, ',' I. ,,1 j:. o! U I.
I .
and Mrs. A. Vallee
1 i and green. White candles in i Joseph the deficit predicted; for the preset ( from Page One) I. .. i
of Midland Ohio announce the i
crystal holders balanced the table I I. fiscal year by the State's Audi- .
Elementary PTA engagement of their daughter Home. 3:30.: Our Business

arrangement. Several arrangements j i Geraldine :Mae of Keystone tors.They April 21, S Bishop Kenny. a L S S I

; of pink azaleas and dog I i: "The Coming of Spring" was I Heights. to Ronald George Hou, k. stated that they dicontinued Home 1:30. If It's Class We Have It !

wood also graced points of interest the program presented by the son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew N. contributing any amount to April 24. T P. K. Yon:"> '0 CALL WRITE or VISIT
throughout the club house charitable organizations in the latter /
''second grades at the Staike Houck of Lewiston. N. Y. Home 3:30. '
for the happy occasion.Fortyl'ight I part of 1955: and plan to review -
!! Tuesday I
wrTT- NUBIAN Elementary PTA meeting Miss Vallee is a graduate of April 27. F New SID\! ::1.\ Joe Peters Glass Co.
friends of Linda evening at the Cafetorium. at their next regular meetingthe Away. 3:30.
BEI'EATtQ Morrow High School in Ohio, ha'
L : FEEDS UPON helped celebrate her birthday. I.I The youngsters were attired i in I attended the University of Florida burglary carried and robbery the insurancepolicies April 23, S -- Deland.,1:. FOR AXI.ASS; NEED
by County on
*
danced during the'ening
WA6P5HORHET5 They colorful costumes representing 1:30.:
: and is presently employed as
held fee offices. We Design Modern Store Fronts
4$ to, music from a record player. flowers. trees the wind. and moneys in May 1, T Bolles Home. ::,)> A
; secretary to the Registrar at theUniversity. p Just Mail
To Us
I Contrary Ruling A Pattern for
ANOBttS Assisting Mr. and :Mrs. Wasdin snow-men in the timely musical :\layt and 5 -- Southern In-
I The state audit had criticized
\ s-/IThQJr w.-re Mrs. Merrill Etlwards.Irs.. : program. a vision Conference Champum.-hip! Table Tops

,/ LwvtRING TOe Gray and Mrs. P. T. Nolin. i, Rev. J. E. Sherwood of the Mr. }ioii : Niagara Falls High School has which was made in
U..EFFCT5 'First Christian church gave the May S. T Ocala. Home. 31):
attended Buffalo State Technics: 195-1-55; to
I
FUOM "contrary a ruling of.,
'..' devotional and Mrs. J. R.. Wainwright May 10 through 12 Sub-
1HtR $TING5 Seventh BirthdayBetsy '! president, presided over I Institute at Buffalo X. Y.. and the Attorney General that such ex- ,: Group Tournament. FREE .1 1 II AND FFA ANGUS; CALVESto

R. S. :\lu1lins'I is now stationed at West Point. : penditure of county funds is; unauthorized : Ocala, 4:00: i be
Matthews celebrated her i the ml'eting.11'5. N.YNo. I! ." May 15. T -- Away. given away at the
seventh birthday anniversary at classroom won the prize for having / I May 17 through 19 Group (
I date has been set for the :; The report had also charged
---- a lovely party Tuesday afternoon | the most parents attending. Tournament. FRIENDS OF SUN LAKE SALE
I that: the board is still car-
wedding.
There's no more favorable at her home, 505 E. Adkins SI.Attracth'e .. The following nominating com- j
I Mr lying burglary and robbery insurance '111'11: INTK.VIION TO ne isterfdberdft'nngus Cattle
photography studio in town arrangements of i mittee was appointed: I 1 Kl.l.lsll.K: : ( I-HTIIIOI \ \tlKXoti.p i
I Bill Graham Circles on money held by coun- is lirichy given that I Ii.U .'
and were used [ Robert Gll'enIrs. Baptist I
than the BCLLIXGTON'STTUIO azaleas spirea I II i ty fee officers although it was ,TMirnil.. under th- |,i '.M--'i.n' i
AX!) GIFT SHOl'. throughout the Matthews home! Mrs. F. J. Pellum, and11'5. : brought out in previous audits ..f rhiliter : uI...;'.. 1.aw"f. Kli.riil.i I 100 FEMALES 30 BULLS
for the In the dining Charles Devlin. Lottie Moon Circle of the First 1 1 Arts of mi.! will rni' .tr with the ,
We're qualified to handle all party. I at the there is no authority for the board Clerk of the Tirruit Court in and
room the table was overlaid witha I During the social hour refreshments I Baptist WMU met Monday :,: for liradford: ".unlI"I. of Kl..riila i! Kissimmee Livestock Auction Market 12 noon Saturday
I
types of photography work. E. L. :\lcKnight.I j i to pay such coverage. ..... of nMltation
beautiful cutwork cloth and were served by Mrs. Jewel.I home of Mrs. upon r -in' .f prnof l> ;
family In, today i and mothers of with Miss Dolores McKnight as I In describing the financial con- 'f this notice, the fi. titiou.--( ,:
Bring chairman .
your I
white-faced birth-
centered with I N'oegel. ..
a 'dition as "very poor" in the 1954- name of Trail M"'t.-l under win. I li MARCH 24 KISSIMMEEA
for their quarterly portrait.We day cake which was embossed the first grade pupils. I co-hostess. The meeting was ''are cnK.tped in business (.n \I". S ] ,
I .: the leader, I 15T\ fiscal year, the state auditorscharged HiKh\\ay, Sol, North, La\vt.-> Kl-'i-
by
be opened with prayer
Know you'll pleased in blue and topped with a pink I
that ;
I i i Mrs. L. G. Powell and Hev. L. D. : i.l.u.That of said i.u-im -- iarf
nhen we- retouch and refinish bunny. Balancing the centerpiece Local BPW Members 1 U Itccordt "'1'11 Kepti the owners:Sappenfield. anil I ll'il I.,
the cooperative AHieit
discussed
i Haines :
their personality-reflecting pic were four lighted blue I:Attend Palatka Tea I II ': and its functions. Mrs i "The board had increased ex'penditures Sappeiifirlil, Kt. I. Box :!rss, La\\ t.x. ': A PERFECT
,
candles in silver holders. Favors : program '
tures. I 1 1I the meeting without providing ad Tated thi- lt th day of :\l.t.. h I
L. D. Haines closed | > 1
I of pink biddies holding suckers I I Seven members of the Starke I, with after which the ditional revenue. Financial man- '. .\ |10. n.: :,.: al Starke. P.radfmd ''''ut.- I':' EASTER GIFT
bunnies prayer.
and small whit were 1 1 ty. '
IUJ'ement
I Business and Professional Women's served refreshments had improved but further K'"ri"S t 10; 4, t.:
hostesses 1 .
placed on silver tiays at either II Teat ; improvements are needed. Budget ,
Silver Parrakeet
end of the table. 1 Club attended a during a social hour. especially :NOTICK TOI'I.tall. i # 4 and Cage
I the home of Mrs. H. S. Doupier : honoring Miss Dorothy Ross :\Irs.L. i I were not adhered to but tee In CircuitS Court. Bradford County
STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP The 20 youngsters enjoyed f /d
'crds .
the St. Johns River at Palat G. Powell andll's.. Margie' were generally well kept. Florida: In ( hanrery.Frank '
on \
during the party hours lt- IMaintiff i- n ,
L games in supportof : |: "Operations reflected a consistent \ Maby bird easily trained full of lo\p and affection. Maleuunilrful
.1 ka Sunday afternoon. Colley. who had birthdays. IIII.I K: l'-la--... I'-f ndJiit i
:
; : ftj/t : and prizes and were won Godwin by Jimmy of the Palatka BPW Building I Doris Knight Circle met Monday program of deficit financingwith t'aN"; 1".11 1 :I' i \\ pets. All in full plumage in all colors. Blues in all
lever Jimmy 'I'o.\pp.a. |
:\.11.
insufficient in the
.
I resources
the State Farm. I Fund. i with Mrs. Maxine Hildebran T.- \it gina I:. l\, la-.-i.. \\ joo"'J ..Imtlt.'t'II""', ijrwns, and \\liite. Also jrlltm-fared blues.ll .
general funds to current bills. aililif--s is <> Ti'g.u.t'ulute.
pay ami -
}'IrsIatthews was assisted in I Those in attendance from the as hostess. Following a program The audit said that board rneinbers' .i. iil.-ii'i-. l..iKi- Hiawatha XrJ; 1 ,I .\ raised and artlaimatrd! to our Ilnrida climate. Iliimlmls to

serving and caring for Betsy's local group were Mrs. Pauline I piesented by Mrs. Clarice Wood '"".V. choose! from.BILLY .
salaries were paid in accordance notified that a !i
guests by her daughter Anne.EhylIis I Torode, Mrs. Helen Harleylrs'I' and Mrs. Baibara Barksdale, the : with law except it has : You:-'iit I'i'l'are1l'rl''Y 011'1. ,

J Darby. and Dee Peek. Dolly Sullivan Mrs. ,, hostess served refreshments. has been filed agaInst you in and;1ie I Iabo'e ROSE PARRAKEET FARMOn
followed of newmembers
a policy paying named Court and caus.
'p1W Also attending the party were I Mrs. Mildred Doyle, Miss Pat 'I' Daisy Fowler Circle will meet : for the entire month in you are required to sl'fa copy of I

FL': Bets\ grandparents. Dr and Lambe. and Miss Delia Rosen-j Tuesday with Mrs. H. L. Brown- which they take office whereas your complaint answer on the or Plaintiff pleading s to the. I Highway 21 Keystone Heights, Fla.

Middleton and her i i -tarK- .
Mrs W E berg. compensation should be proratedand Atl"im-> <;r.--n & <;i.--n.

auntliss Madge Middleton. The regular monthly meeting I lee.Elks each member paid only for the andllfli'e'|. ',the ordinal In the officeof "I,

Sun.. Mon. Tues. of the BPW will be held at 7:30 DinnerThe 1 days after which hs commission the Clerk of the Circuit Court oa

March 18 19 20 p.m. Monday at the Catholic Center -j i is effective." or before the _.
II I'; .I..' ".1 .\I'I' ii. i'' ,1;.
DOUBLE FEATURE W.. 5. JOHNS i with Margaret Miller and local Elks will hold their I otherwise the allegatiOns of said
Edna Stone serving as hostesses j I night Complaint will be taken as con-
meeting Monday

Female On The Beach .t'EZ" Ruth Simmons is in barge of ithe j March regular 19. at 7 p.m. Dinner will ;I Music FestivalI fesscd This by notice you. .al1 be publiebed |, It TaheS.ll Southerner!

With Juan Crawford and Jeff : program. iI j jWSCS be served, and the Gainesville : once each week Bradford for four County con -e.cut1ve Tele.,

Chandler I I Lodge which won the district ritualistic -: weeks in the ... I II. .

AND SOME COMPLIMENT PEOPLE UKE PAY A THEY'L. Study CourseMrs. : itiation.On contest.. will conduct the Continued from Page 1)) graph.I I..... I 1 : I 1.\\'.' ':: M.r h,1'I ; I To Tai1oWarm:.Wei'zt1zrSzthi!'


HAJJI BABAWith I 1 the contest is the Alachua School
HAVE TO DIG DOWN %IN C. Williams, WSCS the same evening at 7 p.m.,
John Derek and Klaine serre-I band with 29 members and the BOOKKEEPERWANTED
Stewart ,THEIR WALLET FOR %T.co. tary of Missionary the wives of the Elks will hold a i 102-member band from Jackson

the Florida Conference will conduct at the home'
dish
1'lus Cartoon fur the KiddiesWed. I covered supper High School in Jacksonville is the
the study course of, of Mrs. Maxie Carter. Sr. All largest.The .

.. Thurs. Mar. 21. 22 Fine Spiritual Classics" Monday j wives are invited to attend and I Bradford High School bandis

DOUBLE FEATURE March 19. at the Methodist education -. bring a covered dish.Playground I scheduled to warm up at 8 a.m. \. Ih1kI
building. I 1 ,
in the Starke National Guard Arm- High School Graduate
The Night Of The The meeting will begin at 10u'elock Notice I
II cry, and will present its concert

Hunter with a covered dish I I at 8:30: in the USO Building be- Training in Bookkeeping
luncheon at noon. Following abnence of Mrs. !
During the lore four judges.
\\ith Knhert :lIh hum and Mielleyinters
\\ lunrh a short business meeting j jwill I Florence Hippie who left this! This will be followed by sight- Three Years Experience

AND i be held, presided over by the 1 week on a tour of the Holy Land : reading competition in the High Required I

president Mrs. T. T. Godwin. I the Ensey Play Lot Tuesday afternoon -!, School Band Room at 9am. II

The COBWEBith 1 All women of the church are meetings with the children -1' 1'iiector Thompson warned this I

\\ Johnny Kerr and SusanStrasberg ., ....,_._ .u..u .... cordially invited to attend. ;I and young people will con- \\eek that anyone wishing to observe Excellent W'orkingConditions

I : tinue. Some special musician the contests must be in the

Also CartiMin You won't have to dig very WSCS Circle 4 I and teachers are being engagedfor 1 .. I building and room of the particular '

i deep in your wallet for expertauto : their instruction and enter- : band in which he is interested at Five Day Work Week I .'

Fri., Sat. March 2:5.: 21 t'fin' bring jour car i Circle Four of the :Methodist j' tainment. I rr before its scheduled time as the
'I
nOFBI.1Tlm; ; { WSCS met Monday night in the doors will be barred while the Vacation and Sick Lease
In for cxerj thing fine in the
NIAGARA rei iratum building. when Mrs. t: Eastern Star : .amis I are playing to eliminate an> Provisions
gas and oil line.
Demorest reviewed two distractingnoise..
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iLk :Muriljn Monro and Joseph talk,' chapter. Xo.
Easter: Star.
.. the book. Re-
ijiMi'f study A Bradford brass sextet will be
Cotton
S, JOHNS iM'-Miiii'ntj:" were served by the ,, 224.: will m.'i-t 1"noI.1'ening.. heard at 4:24: p.m. in Building "E"ot Apply
AND I'-1! -it s "Vim' in the LLflTh
Mauli
rt, ,'. ,.,., Mrs.[ Sarah Hunter and the Junior High School and the
# Y1CE STATIC* UNIVERSITY OF FLA.
Mas,.! ., Hi'!.
GUNBELT M l W it Miller. i.H-al High School band will line
I J I Employee Pers-onnel
With hel). .Montgomery! and Tab r'"U. ii Tp; on the football field for in- Services

HlllltlT I >pel Lion at 9:36: p.m., with drill ri,: tiAndUp

Tins :erial and Cartuon nir.petitinn at 10:00.: Administration mdg.

1 u1'' 2Ht TlMMi AVI. U 301 NOt Each band has been alloted a $33'50
GAINESVILLE. FLA.
loom in the Bradford School buildings -

8LMP for uniform and instrument =--

siorate, and meals will be served S

for students and band members in
Did You Know?
the I High School Cafeteria.The .
DiutuHospiiiil t ,tnnimn< es the
results of each separatecompeition
following hiith I Why ('hiruI.radi| .. so effect-
Jcqotic. during the day will be
J C. Hobbs. he in of
:Mr an.111" posted immediately after that en- care migraine headaches

:Starke a daughter. Darlene tire classification has finished ?

March 7. Claying. Partin disclosed. -Migraines are caused by a
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cone ,I tailored in New Orleans
ckrJ I Judges and spectators will be pressure of the .pinal toni Instead ly

1 Starke. a son. George Edgar seated at the East side of the foot- of trjing to reliete the

March 7. ball field with the \Vest side reserved pain the Chiropractor "removesthe

Will YOU make StalkeIatl'rnity Hospital announces for students. (.all...." (pre.urt- the ,

the following births: i Partin stated that arrangementshave spinal ('01'11)) and the pain di.-

1I I 1 1i the headlines? Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Harvey. been made 'or 1.6M' additional api>ears. MIRROR O TfSI@Our
$44V temporary seats to be
i Lawtey a son, Andreu James I IJHow is such a rase:

1 March 7.Mr. I placed on the West side for mem- Female, aJ'e12., had severe

., ITS not a very pleasant and Mrs. Arthur W. : bers of the 25 participating bands migraines for about 20 jears. !

I I Masters. Starke, a son. Arthur j bringing the total seating capacity Patient would often bein ...-<1 I

thought, but tomorrow's newspaper Woodell Masters. Jr., March 9. i of the stadium for the Music 3 to 5 days at a time becauseof
1
new Mirror Test Suits really
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jacksonof ,, Festival to over 4000. intense pain. Relief was obtained I prose

I could carry a story of Starke. a son, Donald Wanelarch The bands will enter the field after 1st CTiiropracticadjustment. that it takes a Southerner to know howto
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I fire in home! :\ 7. for the 11:28: p.m. massed formation l tailor warm-weather clethes! Because
a your in the order
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Harper following : Patient rarely has any headache I. I these suits combine complete coolness
i i 1
1. Bradford of Starke, the host
i of Hilliard. a son. James Alexan- now and only in mild
a
: with
remarkable!
Guard against the effects of shape-retention-and in
group.
/\ 1; der. March 11. formh they do occur.
I 2. Jackson of Jacksonville. addition, look every bit as handsome as
uch disaster Insure For further information on :
a now. 3. Lee of Jacksonville.
ClubA all illness i any suit you've ever seen because they'reproperly
BHS Science 4. Kirby Smith of Jacksonville. t\pes of phone 108.
adequately. tailored. Come in and see them
iI 5. Columbia of Lake City. Consultation FREK:
etltYtIj lime resume on the practice of 6. Trenton-Bell. and enjoy the way you'll look in the

vhnopractic! was given by Dr I 7. DuPont of Jackson\'lle. BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC warm weather !

H. C. Wall\ AgencyPhone H C. Bolhnger a: the meeting 8. Palatka Senior High.

of the hillS Science Club, last i
9. John Gorrie of Jacksonville.

STARKE HARDWARE CO. week.' 10. Landon of Jacksonville. CLINIC

: 146 The club has adopted a shrubbery i 11. Suwannee of Live Oak.

planting project as part ot 12. Gainesville. 3 rlockorth of Post Office BARKSDALE'S DEPT. STOREStarke

II. C. RITCII, Owner 200 E. Call Street its school beautification program i 13. Kelterlinus of St. Augustine In Starke

Starke, Fla. and plans to repaint the tree 14. Baker County of Macclenny. Modern Methods Lady Fla.

'. Starke Florida hepi hes in front of the His1-; 15. Hastings. Assistant Steam Baths ,

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i John Mixon visited his mother I Announcement was recently received Mr and Mr Lama: rr. <.htspent :

:'Ills.1.. E. Mixon, who is ill at i of the birth of a son Alan he weekend at 1.1 kson ;

r'I the home of her son and daugh G@ne, to11'. and Mrs. Corbin nile Beat: h a' guests ": Mi .1 : 1956 AUTOMATICDELux 1 1I 1RANGE
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I ter-in-law :Mr. and Mrs. A.1.. Scott Carnell of Bethany. West Mis. Louis Gay.

I Mixon in Gainesville! on Sunday \'a. :Mr. Carnell!, a grandson of Mrs. J.1.. Vickers al'1'.I'I\ 'l_ .- I

afternoon.Mr. the late Mr. and Mrs. F. A. '' ter Jean Mrs. N. S. Dank.i: i

: and Mrs. Leonard Noegei Scott of Starke is professor of daughter. Judy and Mis :M H. 1

have moved from the HowarO English in Bethany College. Sheppard and son, Bobby .-.>< ," I
-INTHE NEWS place at Mabel and Nona Streets Don't miss the Civil Air Patrol Tuesday in Jacksonville.Mr. II

and are now occupying Torah lance Saturday night at hy- and Mrs. John :Mo\-i r. : II
cottage at Kingsley Lake. MoiitAirpark.. .
daughter Janie of Jai' k.->..' : I
Edwin Fain of Ozark, Aia. was :Mi. and M:.* Albeit Hartmann :Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts werein i :Mr. and :Mrs.V.. C. HoustonOf \\'I're'Isiting Mr. and M I' < I" .,

". .lung; his uncle and aunt 'rmd and :Mr and :\Ir,.. Don Champio Tallahassee and Quincy over I :Madisonville, Ky. arrived Wednesday Wiggins and family on STM.\ : I

Mi.v R. 0 Dansby on WedirsUay and children vi.-v.ed the zoo at the wefkendisit ng friends an.. for a few days with their Mrs. \\'. G. Haile returned i. < : I
relatives.Mr. Mrs. E. S. Beebe and'
k. Highland Sunday afternoon. daughter
"1 las wet: Tuesday after a ten day u-:' .r: I
Kenneth Clack and Mike Sel- i Mrs. C. G. Barksdale gave a'' and Mrs. Gene Norman ol I' family.; I :Miami with her sons and faninn: !

:Vij of Jac ksonville spent last family dinner party Sunday for Jacksonville spent Sunday will Mrs. E. J. Kuhn and children Mr. and Mrs. Woodfin HaiN; a-ni: 1 I tI tJ

Friday with Mr.: and Mrs: I. E. ;: Mr.: Baiksdale's birthday ann \'er. Mrs. Norman's' parents, Mr. am1 Barry and LuAnn, of Jacksonville I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hail Enmiit'' J
:Mrs. A. H. with Mrs. : .
Sunday
('lac k. Henry. spent home she visited Mr. :lnel11: > I
Cabbage. ('ullar,. Plant, at sary.Mrs.: Jim Chasteen and son. J. TIRE SAI.K: :sKVMorK'S: Gfi; Kuhn's sister Mrs. Hogan Smith. :. J. A. Adair in W. Palm Beat h
and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen Sr. I D. L. Ratliff was in Atlanta and family.Mr. .
Roy
:>istrunk". I I TIKE S \Lt: :SKV.MOI'K'S Bti II
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Mrs.:; B. E. Bennett of :Marian- of Keystone Heights were ir. from Monday to Thursday of lastweek and Mrs. Carl Anders ani- I I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clark IP! I

na and :Mrs. J. B. Caulk of Panama JacksonvilleIonday.: attending a General :Motors daughter S'h'ia.'isited, :Mr. and I I Washington D.C. were last FI .-
this week 1 Mrs. Mable Adams and Mrs. meeting.Mr. Mrs. G. \\'. Teston in Jacksonvills
City I
are spending
day guests of :Mr. and :\11'''. with11': and Mrs. Doyle Conner. Irene Taylor of Orange City and' and Mrs.V.. \\'. Praetoriu I Sunday.G. I I Mathews. The Mathews alp\ o I'a i --y- '

Mrs. Maxie Carter. Sr. visited i Xevlilford.: Conn. were visitinp of Cocoa spent several days last McGriff Jr. attended tho as weekend guests. Mr. and }ins !1 %-
and Mrs. J. E. Futch and Mrs. H. L. week with their aunt, Mrs. J. 11.1 District Postmasters meeting in
Faulk .
Mr. and :Mrs.'altace:; i H. L. Hunt of Jacksonville Beat hW. 5
family in Jacksonville last Friday.Mr. Brownlee on Sunday afternoon. Fields. I Lake City last Sunday.Mr. 'I _
II. Nollman: 13 spending "'V- _
and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez re 1 Mrs. P. E. Stone ana Mis. : TIUK S.\LK .SKYMOIK'S: (fili and Mrs. James Drew and
: Mrs. L. D. Green returned it- the weekend with eral days in St. Petersbutg.
turned home Saturday from a Mamie Anderson of Archer were. children spent c-l .- _
nine day trip to Houston. Texan I weekend guests of :Mr. and Mrs.E. : her home Thursday of last week Lt. Com. and11'5.. John :McCortin Mrs. Ruth Stockett and Ms>

where Mr. Alvarez attended the I. M. Davis. i after being confined in the Ala- Sanford. Davis Washington, D. C .vt ".

Xational Association meeting otProdu. I I Don't miss the ('h iI Air Patrol :I chua General Hospital for two i Mis. John \\'. Griffis of Och- i Tuesday guests of Mr. and :Mi-- -

Managers.. They visited dance Sat unlay night at Keystone I l weeks for observation and treat I lock nee. Ga. is spending two weeks i William Norris.

New Orleans; enroute home. They .\ifllark.11' ment. with her parents :Mr. and Mrs.F. I| Jerry O. Gay recently at tt rule : -

were accompanied to the meeting :\ and Mrs. L. H. Gibson an. Miss Linda Shiver of Jackson- F. Stump. Mr. Griffin will i I a two weeks' home office ", i h,,,,. os \

by Mi and :Mrs L H. Lew-l of family were in Gainesville Satur- xille spent the weekend with :Mr. join his family on weekends.Mrs. given by Equitable Life Assurance -

\\'mtel Haven dav.ALVAREZ' and Mis. Paul Raymond. I.. nnie Sullivan visitedMr. | Society at :M.uimr.! '

Putted H.\drungras: in bloom at : and Mrs. Ray 'apel in Jacksonville Lodge Interlachen. The'MHII.- ,

I Sist nmk's. I Wednesday evening of was I'oncernt'dth life msu,an, rand

:Men's Clothing :Mr. and Mis. Seeber Goodman I last week. its application to social; security ,
Ii' I STORE III
I Established 1894 and! family spent Sunday inOcala I :Mr. and :Mrs. J. T. Quigley benefits and tax advantages gtCALRO

with Mr. and Mis. Cyril recently celebrated their -lth : to b\l.'in"es' ;; men.

L __ Pickren. Mrs. Ethel Pitkren of..I I wedding anniversary as honor i I I run...'...

!. .. Gainesville is spending this week I guests at a dinner in the home :

with her daughter Mrs.: Good Duncan i-
of Mr. ana Mrs. T. E. ... ____
lii'lhrl il, Jiiilurs 4 Hurl In \n THEATRESTARKE man, and family. i Gainesville. Other guests on this l'nr llrinlliiril c.tninl) I'luriila. In
I Di. and Mrs. H. H. Adams and I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. l'r..loar. SURFACE UNIT I the 5600-woll G-E unit was tested in G-E laboratories
occasion were in i:. i-i.t.-: ..f KI: ,SITTn: i I against the large burner on each ol four leading gas
family were guests of Col.! an i 1'ot1.Ir.. and Mrs. E. L. Johns. I.I.\MSiIN.: : :'; U I.-, ,-.red. stoves. Tested in accordance with American Standard

Mrs. Harold'all in St. and! !son Larry, Mr. and :Mrs. L. j i MUM i: 'n>. uriiiioiis: .. ", .. Assoc. electric rang tests, the G-E unit brought two
All .r.-.llt..l .f the -titI f!
Dedicated To Community Service tine on Sunday. Augus'l M. !\oe el, and :Miss Sue Duncan i I I llnsft'aViIliinisuii.. dr.ra.rd| :ulirivliy quarts of water to a boil over 20% foster Also, oneS
"Movl* Are Better Than 1:\u" Rev. and :Mrs. T. G. :\ and :Mrs. H. A. Lawson I iiutitifd and r>-iUiril| in lilt Huge Master Oven, 21' wide, holds meal for 24 quart and two Cups ol water were tested; the G-E unit
Mr.
.. faster time. Gas burners were tested under
Lake Shore .my i-Uiiin- r -niainls wlu li th.liavf -> was every
were \'isitingfriends spent Saturday in Auburndalewith against ...aidstate III tlinfficf identical conditions with burner input ol 12,000 B.T.U.
It you find your name concealed] in the Florida Theatre Ad< here last ..
Saturday. in f I'.ia.lfurd
relatives and Sunday of th ruunty jiidK'- i; Drawers' per hour (large burner requirement under Gas Appliance
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS Assorted House l'lants at Beach with their i rmiiity, Florida in the fi.urt-I' Timed Appliance'Outlet* 3 Storage Mlrs. Assoc certification standards)
West Palm h..iistr at Starke. Florida wit Inn
I I j Sit runk's. tal-ntlar ..nths from th-
I Elizabeth. i right iik
March 17 Double Feature J :Marcia Kinchen Jacksonville daughter j jMr. dale of the fir.t publication "f tlulioticf. for
Saturday, -- Kay of and Mrs. T. I. :Mersereau ;. Farh laini or demand not-t t| 0 Enclosed Calrodt Bake and Broil Units-lift out
spent !the weekend wither I the weekend in Pierson : l.e in writing and must state tinhlare easy cleaning. No old-fashioned open'coils
spent
cousin Lou Edwards. of resilience and nnstnft'i.'eaddress )
Mary .
and :Mrs. .\. J. Corey.Mr.
with :Mr.
I of the claimant and must liesworn
Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Mc- : and Mrs.! Drew Reddish have I to liy the claimant his agent e "Focused Heat" Broiler Pushbutton Controls l
Ateer of Tampa were visiting Mr. and I inhis attoinev. or it will Letnm.-
I recent guests
had as void a..or.III,1\ to law. S Oven Floodlight
LONG THE Mr. and Ms. George Flynn Sr. : Mrs. Robeit Scott of Gainesville, : lie Witt I'. Jones.Mar. .
tSL; last Friday :Murell Harrison i h 1:5: It':.c S: I'; 4t I t ,.
and Mr. and :Mrs.
TRAILS BLAZED AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACHARLEY of Jacksonville on Saturday I nirouTivrOIKI HOME OF laa
Edward \ : 01- i-i in.M- III: \III\I;, range
and Mrs. W. H. II
GIANTS evening
THE
: BY t= \MInit
and :Mr. and firs.V.. R. Roysterof I vi. UtIl11:\l'
ti OF ADVENTURE Jacksonville on Sunday. i nut l'tds tt
0r l'atr..I'' M \III n r.ir.ii ke Ilse (omplde h
Don't miss the ( 'hi! Air rl.HHIDX II IIKOIMIIMItl.K in
COMES
night at Keystone i i 'in.iiu:> t missio\ G E Ranges M361
jsaturday
dance : i.. Model
Airpark. : 11'1'1.11'1I\ '11 It: HIM h.1-:,'" Colors.
Mr and Mis. P. M. Barefoot i isii.n: iiiiiii\: :
d \1.1. 1\11:11111:11: : : PtltlIEy:
with :Mrs .
I I1 spent Sunday afternoon :NoTM'K' : I iv lu-I.f li\ uui-n tit,' "
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Tillie! Darby in Lake City. I Floida) iMilnad: .cud! I'ul.l i I I' '
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i it s i"inniivi.'ii. '"oinnii--- ""! \1. -
Mr. and Mrs.Cm.. Thomsonand : IMT aplxmitt .l.y said .'.1111' nor ,
family of monticello spentthe an Kxaniiiui' dt -1 n.t1..1 ,l.i ."i;
t'ruan'nil, u ,ill II..LI, I pi I 1 in 1 I.MKAKINiiS I.
with Mr. and Mrs.F.
weekend .ANI" OKA1. .\Ita:i iMKXTSdiiniiK
: 'he month of :MACi'll:
F. Stump.Mr.
and lt:,& in the follomnK 1'". K.-i- at
I and Mrs. B. F. Grimes the time. and f.l.u--s liei in.liidesignated '
I of Ocala were Sunday : J MCGRIrGENERAL
1 ( son, Benny <
r? 1 l ; Mrs. Elmer March :J':. 1!';;<: 9 I'O:: AM :
rA. r Mr. and .
guests of County ('"urt House, Slarke.l I

ROP.Y CORINNE CAMERON ;I Lewis.and Mrs. Lonnie Mnllis an Florida Iliickrt: \''. liililt-M' I I ELECTRIC APPLIANCESCor
Mr. I I
; I On<< the application "f llaihiayKxpress
CALHOUNCALVETMITCHELL E. JOHNS & SON daughters. Judy and Alicia Ann. : Aiteney Inc. for aiithoilly -
ZaP '
I Sunday in Jacksonville with t.. rlose its offiees in Starke Call & Walnut Sts. STARKE, FLORIDA
( BinWbf Scin phi by "B I spent Florj.kt "n Saturdays of i-a.Ii: :
HAKIM-LOUIS KING'GEOFFREY HOMES about this question ', friends and relatives. \veek. '
ANDRE Hollingsworth and At said times and plan and in : .-
\j :Mrs. Annie each of .aid Tioekets. all mar.I. M> ,I'

It cost me $3000 to repair the daughter Penny, had as guests parties will he given an 1'1.1111".1 --
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fire damage to my home but !: Mrs. James L. Hair and daughter to WITXKSS he fully" : heard.the hand of ili.-. I l\: ntie -- .- _- .. -- --- -- -. -- J.. ""--- -- --P ,--____ _-___ ; -_.- "_ .,-
Ann. of Lake City over the week ; Set bur ..f ill. Fl..rnla l.nl-: ,
my insurance paid me only I T. J. Strickland of i. ANDBORN which the "depre 1 end and Mrs. sion t Ii.,1, .1.\ ,.i I :Mai.; !.. i 1 I"..
TO BE BAD $1600, was 'Gainesville on Monday.Mr. i; li, i, L -.mi. \ I IJ All Came In At One TimeAND
They
ciated value" of the damaged and :Mrs. \\'. T. Jackson I \- I It i. i It\

L .TO BE KISSED portation. Does your agency I spent Sunday in Jacksonville.Mrs. .

n have a fire policy which payfull Nat Dankel and children

f OflR .TO MAKE replacement value regardless I:' Bucky and Judy, and Sylvia WE'RE RUNNING OUT OF SPACESO

I r.I of the actual cash value] 'paulk were in Gainesville last

l TROUBLE!. of the part destroyed? Saturday. COME AND GET THEM
f Petunia and Zinnia, at :Sis- ,

:M. B. Herlong and :Mi .11Ic1
Dr.
GllAHA [ : : Charley E. Johns Mrs. Frank Heilong ot staikt

Mrs. Myra Foy of Lake Oltnd

BfoiPEiCRAFORfl Mrs. Mary Edwards of ..lurksonville td ws..oalL

were in St. Augustine: Monday i
a & Son Agency visiting their brothei-m-iaw: i

Roscoe; Smith in the Flstglei

C ti Hospital.
IIf
Phone 13 Starke, Fla. Zt- -
'atri 0 Miss Vonceill Clardy of phvt

GiEfl D o TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTGORDON'S hills spent the weekend with hci.sister.
Mrs. Sarah Huniei: and

r with fjimily.Mr; lt G r, t, '
i OGAR BUCHANAN and\ :\Ir:'. Paul Hutrhms-

: TiPS and family were in Crescent CitvSunday

'.; :- .. '''rWyr0LIi..1.wn '' ,, ....!.r. f'odwditLDY.$11AMM' 'l "KM 6, IRilllAAG visiting; Mr. and Mrs

Jnhii Martin.Mis .
I'lu.rdic Hh als and Chapter S Serial 1 G K. McGauley. Mrs. Jen-
.e
and Miss Jill!
\ nln :-: McCauley

:ins: KITH CA1U.ISLE Thurs. Fri. )lan'h1:! :2!: f'4'v(, I' l'.i.ain of Palatka spent the week-

UK; l.ATK: SHOW rr.j! with Mr. and Mrs. Charles: FAMOUSSINGER'

Sunda '. Monday. Tue.dayJlarl'h Haidv Mr. and and :Mrs.family.Rex Baitleit: otPiU.tieM WE HAVE A TOTAL OF

IS 19. 20 :Me.: and Mrs. Esther

aoE u ram tta ? Rockwell and daughhter, M.iximnf ROUND BOBBINPORTABLE '

D.ttr1t'. were recent puiM.ui !.-
rtuTatI Seven 47'STUDIO
RANSOMWith l Mis. Lucina XI. Clark. Forty -

!1 1 1r." Mr>. E. K. Perryman Mi.Beit .-. REDUCED TO -
t ha P..all'e.11'5.. J. H. Fields. r

luna Reid and Glenn; 'p ,md Mis Titus Olson attended t
COUCHES ... SOFA BED SUITES
Ford s the .ll1nll
Plus dt i :Methndust: WSCS. in OcaU or. $997' WEEKS! LIVING ROOM SUITES .-- SECTIONAL SOFAS

Ih.ter and Mi ..tlelue" Car p ur@ I 11L i Thuisday Mr and of Mrs.last W.week.Wim'ieily' ONLY AND HIDE A BEDS ... INCLUDING SIMMONS

t Min. 'Don't believe this guy trusts liS.M nl Mulheiry:- spent Sunday t< NOW TOURS AS LITTLE AS --- KROEHLER --- MARSHALL JACKSON -
Tuesday with Mrs. A. F. Saus.!
Wed. Thurs. Fri Does jour car run like. a tank Mr and Mrs. A. H. Sill of $133 A WEEK t FOX, ETC.

March LM 22 23MOM : Let XVager's Senlee :Station" St rat fold. Okla. are \'IsltingIr.: % t Jar minimum dowv..payment "
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put[ it back in its original shape i and :Mrs. Foster Shi Smith. PlUSFRIi' I
presentsSPENCER New Yoik ; --- Styles ---
Mrs. S. S. Field of
u.'e!
TRAV: 1 j \J You can trust use I will arrive Saturday f..r .'. SEWING COURSE WITH w

: Litholine Multi-Purpose City month's visit with her mothei. \ fOUl PORTAiU OfIKf 'i MODERN TRADITIONAL -= EARLY AMERICAN
I.I.E GreaseK.tra :'
EAIiNGNuy- i :Mrs L F. Smith. Pr. and family! SINGER4 LAWSOXXD
RATTAN
... : Duty TripleNMotor i They plan to spend palt ot :Mis-
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,it OlSinclair, Field's visit at the Smith cottaga1: SEWING CENTER

NAMED JOE I NlbNt1AY ,tet S I'ower-X on the Sante Fe. | ANY PRICE RANGE TO SUIT YOU

ML M IlAdli.ratf kPUti Gasoline Miss! Louise Stern and piano 402 :No. Marion

pupils. Buster Partin. Barbara Lake City Ha.

1'lus This-Is Life" Cartoon Ann Blankenship Marilyn Hern- I'hime 881)! From To JJftf.OO

Duke and Nancy: Bate (;entliii $86.95
CAB CAUOWAY I StWCLAiR w. n. Gail >*n:
attended the Florida Federatiorof
The Florida Theatre welcomes HERB JEFFRIES'THE LARKS Music Club's piano Festival\ "_ bend more information on

.1115th: District Hand Mem- ua\a I HAMPTONfAYlADAMSVRllTH MmWAGER'S i hem at the Findley School audii :-IH'C'i.tl TERMS TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET
:t Saur-
1 safl i torium in Gainesville last 11.1\ ....
Silt ryt : n..prt'.nt.tth..ni.:
I hers and % iMtors to Starke 1 BROWN; 1 ( dav l in \\hith Miss Stern's pupils machine.
my present
Make our Theatre Your )lead- 1 took part. '
I I IOPEN :Mi. an'l11'5.. Frank :'ohl'hI':

iuarter while in Starke .nd tlauph'er. Cindy, of Jaspar: :NunieAtldnss DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY

AI'.I: be weekend guests of Mi.
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Service Station ar.,1 :\h"1.: Strickland.: J: :
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987 Temple I'hone .J O i! :Mrs Chailes Darby and1: :>. -I31.416W.aIlSt.
J. It WAIN\1'iIG11T{ I Phone 151;
Starke FU. J Wamwrigh were in G resvt:1e Town I'hone0.: .
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brother-m-laA- sister. anyone wishing to participate i Mrs Leslie Sweat and children TTVTTTTTTTTTTTTYYTTTVT*'. .fVVVTVVVVTVTVVVVTTTVVVVCLAY W.e ..iJJ11..-. Ej.ul.dain: : !h.m \\'(. ::f : :, ;. -' .

MAXVILLE I I Mi and Mrs. George Johnson and Miscellaneous Shower and :Mrs C. B. Nolan and sons I wiuh:: and daughter Bonnie who bt .i gh1 i .- .! _
II I f.1l1Ily. The ladies I NORTH SIDEBy HILL : _, uned bv letter were all fellowhpPcJ -
of the :Maxville! Bap \\'ele"isltors at Cecil Field Naval] pieailunc. ion:, n:ius .1: ;
fly Mr,. C. li. >ulan I :MisJewell Higginbotham and tist Church will entertain Friday: Air Station last Thursday afternoon :\Ir... Oscar tarterAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA :i into the church Sunday .

I :M.as Evelyn Coleman visited Sun- night, :Man 23rd at 7.30 p. m. I hy '11'... i. L, .StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA i ".ght.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIi I with a miscellaneous shower in Mr and Mrs Leslie Sweat and! 1 i Rt\ Jim Lingerfelt will preach
ltj afternoon
with :Miss :Merle .
E. mor Juhnson! of Jack-: J, Higgmbotham and :Miss Coleman's I honor of Mis Ray Pellum the daughters. Miss Jewel Higgm 1I..I1't foiga/; the :-vi\a! starting ,i ''?.I' ,is next Saturday evening a' Are All Cold
former :Miss Lee Coleman, recent botham Miss Jo a North Side \\f were sorry to hear that Sis I
and
::t' was the vvokencl guest brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Ann Parrish, Bapt.st: Church Sun- the 7 30 sen'ices. Singing .
p, "Alia uajmond Kilgore and Mis Ray Pellum in Jacksonville I tnde-elect. All friends of the attended a church play at the (lay night Mar. hIS. Singing begins Austin K on the silk list Hope at 7.00 o'clock and continue for Remedies Alike?
young couple are invited to at- Lanes Ave. Church at 7.30, with she is better at this writing
.
; of God in preaching bv
.II.Iy. :Mr. and :Mrs. F. B. Coieman I half an hour. We are expecting No! Fur e im, 'e, 6t-f ,4 te u !V-
:Miss Glona Higgmbotham; of had as their dinner guests Sunday tend.Miss I Jacksonville Saturday night. Rev Bullard at 8. Everyone welcome Mrs: Lottie Padgett daughter actnrtg nittlKinf mh:. ', +"a'i: 4 I
ja..k-onulle was the guest of her Mr and :Mrs Ray Pellum of Jack- Linda Waters spent Friday Mrs Balford Whitehead and son Gloria. Mr. Padgett son and I special singers to be with us of the most e"t-. Nit'! ,ve.
again. If have a you II Tit>,.d drugs it, ... ..
night and Saturday Bobby were visitors in Jacksonville Cecil I Crawford granddaughter were calling on you special < : >T r f ?
with her I and
.rnithei! :Mrs. Gazelle Sweat and sonville.11'1.: James Coleman and : Oscar Carter cold ,, .
friends and relatives wish to hear, come on and tell: Oll..r. s FnVlr ('I' 1 i- i: r,'
brother-in-law ;I
Hill
a;
made Clay
and Friday.
sister Mr. business
a
.1I.y'! last Tuesday Miss Jewel Higgmbotham trip to Webster and ,
potent t:ivtt j> ''':i' *!r ?
and Mis: Bill Mrs Dan Parrish and last week. the singers what it IS. they w... .
Roberson in Jacksonville -I visited in Bushnell Tuesday. rapid relit f tram .,. f ... .,
Kev. n n s t ;
:Mr and :Mis C. B. Nolan and T. B Horde of Griffin. Gai .
do their best to It.
Glen St. Our little sing of rulds that's ..
Mary Sunday afternoon ilis Rosa grandson. Henry \\t'iv tt > i :
us A ere business visitors in i has I been conducting revival senices Smith and son, and ........-d in k
Friends Of Mrs Fred Rickardswill Mis Balford Whitehead and Mr. and Mrs England, is suffering from infected Rev. Lester Taggait. paatoiof : p. etTcvmrnc 'I! r.
,. Kenny Frank of
at
1.) ksonville Satuiday.Jli I the :Maxvilie: Congrega-
I regret to learn that she is sons :Mrs C. B. Nolan and sons Auburndale visited the Oscar Car- glands on the left side of his Maxvillo!! him h.:1! preach .Vo othrr roM r,'mi../y
and Mrs. Ray Ivllum of tional Holiness Church for the! ran matth ant, ;., .id 666
II and neck. We for Matt: hI'e! intierbtami
Master Mike Cannon
u
I past week and will continue this ill in the Baptist Memorial Hos- were ters and Richard Carters last hope he is soon able > or brit; Cold T kMjnviJle were overnightguests I pital in Jacksonville. Mr. Rickardsis I visitors in Baldwin and :Mariettalast weekend. for mother to attend church againas he will! bing his "-angers: with
of Mr. and :Mrs. James week. Six memberships were add- .
I a teacher at the Maxville Wednesday afternoon. L. C. Smith of Dade City visitedhis we miss her.
to the
church -----c---
(uleman Saturday night. ed at the close of I -n :--=
school Mrs LoisVters and familyof mother. Mrs Carrie Smith at Bobby Knight failed to fill hit
the services --- -- -
Sunday evening. i iliasrhall
Wf' are sorry to learn thatMrs i
I We are welcoming back to Lawtey visited with Mrs. W'ater's the Oscar Carter's Saturday afternoon appointment with us at Clay Hill
: taken Games Manned 1 i
Gladys Copeland
was I school this week parents Mr. and Mrs Buford Tuesday guests of the Car- church Saturday night and our
::11 while attending church serves i The :Maxville baseball club is Ronald little Joan Bell Higgmbotham and family Sunday. ters were Mrs Floyd Denmark and pastor had to pinch-hit and preach I,, E
,. I Whitehead and Rita NEW Lj LOW PRICES E S
; Sunday night at the Church.:Maxille being reorganized. Games will be Brown. They have been ill with I Mr. and Mrs Denver Godwin daughter Patty, of Jacksonville. for us that evening. This is the
( Holiness
ongregational played at the home of Mr. and I
of Jacksonville with
Mr.
visited
:Mr.:
and Mrs first
the chicken i iGodwin's i L"r. (Cuddy) ,, Saturday night this has
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters and Mrs John North afternoon pox.
on Sunday
I Mr and Mrs I'
parents Norman of Miami have moved happened since we started hav-
hiMren were weekend visitors of Anyone interested in Friends of little Ricky and Judy.
Jim Godwin Sunday back here for awhile. ing services at this time. We
latives in Savannah, Ga. playing can contact Claude Northor Harris will regret to learn that I Wilson and Toomer
Attendance the
at MaxvilleBaptist Mrs: Charlie Caskets and :Mrs heard a good sermon even if we ,
Mr and Mrs. Lonme Harris Bill Koberson. manager. Also they are ill. They are the childrenof
Sunday School Sunday I Darby Gaskins recently visited did not have other I
our visiting -
were business visitors in Jackson-1 bring baseball equipment if you I Mr. and Mrs: Lonnie Harris I morning was 102. A figure to be ||Mrs Harold Alvarez who is recuperating pi F-E-R-T-I-L-I-Z-E-R
vitle last Friday evening.. I have Any ball teams Mr Mrs: Arthur Wilkinsonand .
I any. wishing I and i proud of. We hope the attendance : at the home of her parents, We enrolled
I four
Mr Raymond Kilgore and to play the Maxville team may I Mis Ed Harris and childrenof will continue to grow i :Mr and Mrs P. B. Johns. new membersin

daughtei!': Mary: were business ) I'ontact11': Roberson or :Mrs Nolan Jacksonville were guests of Mr. and :Mrs Louie Carter of I Mrs: Carrie Norman is spending Sunday School last Sunday For

visitors in .Tack. onville Saturday ,, your orrespondent We would Mr and Mis J C. Nolan and I Clay Hill visited with :Mr. and r. few days in Jacksonville with'' which 4(5( We makes had 26 Us in an Sunday enrollment School of!

| Mis Buford Sun- her daughters :Mrs.
Higginbotham Lois Carter Sunday|(I and 28 of those were 100

When prices for genuine Goodyear Tires are this low.IT'S dav: and :Mrs John Aquiar. per cent members. Sunday afternoon FIELD CROPS
Little Eddie Padgett who had Mrs Sarah Alvarez! of Gainesville -
we went to Middlebuig for
been visiting his grandparents, was the guest of Mr: and Mis baptismal serviceThice w.re TOBACCO

Mr and Mrs. Harry Padgett returned 'Harold Alvarez! last Saturday II i 1 baptised! :Mr ",nd! Mi-. \\illan'! CORN
t TIME TO BUY :, to Miami with his par- Mr. and Mrs Jimmy Johnson re- Lane. and Eatt'rlar s : :" These
V ents, "11'. and Mrs. Ernest Pad turned home Monday from Orlando LAWN AND GARDEN

gett last week. where they attended the
7 Mrs 0 J Phillips and claugh- : funeral of Mrs Johnson's brother. FILL DIRTGOOD Shrubbery and Other Plants

Mrs Leslie of William Owens Our
famous MARATHONS ter-m-law. Phillips sympathygoes
; Lawtey visited with Miss Debbia out to Dorothy and Jimmy. RICH Gro-Tone for special garden plantsAT

Phillips last Friday. I! Rev. Milton Dukes and Mr: and

I : :Miss Mickey Godwin of Jack- [Mrs: Eden: of Charleston, S. C. TOP SOILSee

sunville visited with Misses Juno I visited friends and attended church

2' J GOOD/YEAR I Iul1 : and Shirley Higgmbotham Sun-I 1 here Sunday. '
day: afternoon : Mr and Mrs Fred Lanier ha'1 as STARKE1UJLDERSSUPPLIESPHONE

"" '" Mis Doss Higginbotham and Sunday dinner guests :Mi and Mrs. BILL JACKSONJackson
dI I. '''' NOW ONLY i jN ji daughter, Shirley Mrs. Raymond I Jimmie New'son of Green Cove

iI I Kilgore and children and MisS |Springs, Mi s. Joe :McGee and fam- Transfer Company 333 or 43;
Johnson the [ ily of Ja'ksonnlll'Irs.: Walker
Eleanor
visited : Phone 165
Highland Zoo and :Mr Ichabod McGee of Staike and Mrs: Henry -.

$ 45 i nab noon.Rowe Kafuso in Lawtey Sunday after- ,I:McGee of Daytona Beaih -=-;;---- -



1 1 Mr. and Mrs O. J. Rafuse are

ltttl the proud parents of an eight

Phil tax and pound boy born Saturday menu''
> r.rappabi.tin ing at St. Luke's Hospital in : vi
*.010>x 16
.. ""'. .J .:a. I Jacksonville. Mrs. Rafuse is the :,

670x15 SIZE ..:.........::...... former. Miss Ella Mae Harris of:
$13.95
\ plus lax and rccappobU tire aA: I Maxville. I I

![i Friends of Leo Bell formeily .

of Washington D. C. and brother I
Cet Marathons now at' "hurryiipandbuy"prices }
;
2 S "p I| of J. D. Bell of "fax'illeill be I'

( \\hile the limited supply lasts. These tires !i interested to learn that he and '> \ :, .
his family have recently movedto y: : i. ?5 ,y,;
are the best in their price class and they're Jacksonville to make their }'ij

home ....' .

yours now at hard-to-resist prices! Act fast and i iI i[ Andrew Harris and family visited '.. ..'..,. #

be I OI ." .... .. ......:.
miles ahead on famous Goodyear tiresl.! Mr Harris' daughter, :Mrs. $

1 4' 1 ..A.--.L .ta_ I I J. Rafuse at the St. Luke's Hospital :
in Jacksonville Sunday.
I
TRADE NOW :I Home Dt'incHistratiiiii Club

The :Maxville Home Demonstration -

Club will hold their regular
YOUR PRESENT TIRES ARE
business meeting next Tuesday

YOUR DOWN PAYMENT :!!: i morning, :March 20th at 10 a. m.
,, !, at the Maxville Civic Club. Mrs 1 1i

MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND :i! :'\l'lll1l1s.: home demonstration
I! agent will bring a demonstrationon
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I SERVICE STATIONSEEBER :|, tend.
'
GOODMAN'S ( ..on'r Film

'I D. GOODMAN I The American Cancer Society
will show a movie on cancer and
U. S. 301 at South City Limits I
put on a program at the Maxville ,i
Starke Fla. .
: Civic Club on Wednesday night I
h ; / I :March 2Sth at 8 The I
.4' ;1.[/;/ I p. m. program 'I
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will be as follows: II
l I I
r1I j: 8:00: p. m. Film: "House To
House" I

8:20: p m. Nature Of Cancer I
r iri And Cancer Problem Today ,,

Dr. Edward J. Clark.

orI 9:00 p. m Coffee break.

Its 66 30 9.15:' American Cancer Society:

National, State, Local Mrs CMC
Anne H. Franz Executive Direc-
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the
... 9:2;> "Lights-On" Plan Mrs brings you

D. Joif Faulkner Jr., Chairman, ,
TaeI
Get Performance that'sYears ahead with ''LIg-hts-On' Crusade 1916.
9:3: Role Of The Volunteer In

t The Community Dr. J. R. White I I
w
ADVANCED HIGH OCTANE for 9:45: Adjournment.

smoothness and long mileage. Everyone in the community: 1 is impressiveimprovements
most
POSITIVE ANTISTALLINGthanks urged to attend this meeting


to an exclusive Phillips 66 de-icing fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTHEILBRONN

component.

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I in FLrrt-FurL, II WM3 of the Heilbronn
'a n I I,
CLEANER BURNING because of Baptist Church observed a Weekof
Prayer for Home Missions last
cleaner burning components.
ae. k. They met in a group Taes-

,i.t:\ and Friday night, with good
1956 trucks
e i':mldPce both times. Friday
!
t nil.. mber had prayer around

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N \l l T<...1 shultz and baby rehl.r I'
I IA IIt's Iw .
'T i
I home in Hamlet, j

c \: ,sSaturday after a we can show you th,-; CR,it :-l\\: ,,\Il', the :,L'ht u ,ttk'J. :' :. jx.c.ncally: we cnl14.4' ,'

: >. \ .-it here with her mothM Now: are further than ever ahead 01 all otht:;<, KI\UR I f I } a.-pIaiLnitnt! on tS-cylindtr: modiIf } :!-,
Delores Carmichael.
.:,,-:'.' :Morgan of White Their advances not only clinch power supremacy ,.2f I on "6'i than our nearest competitor ./",/

.... _, t. lted the R. L. Mor-i I I -but reach into fields still unexplored by other CMC V8's, mind you, match the shortest sho'e

? ;!''n Friday until Sunday. |! truck-makers ratios in the truck industry.

:M and :Mrs. Russell Redding I

.t t ',' .Webster .last Sunday. |windSuspension'plus I :

IMvene: :Morgan Bessie Dukes I j

.. J i\, ,> :Morgan, and James McCall duces in half-ton models a ride comparable to lilt course. And A 12-volt electrical system is standard.
Performance That Counts Attended a going-away party at i ii
I finest passenger cor. These are some of the strides presented in new
i the Floyd Crosbvs' for their son. j jr .
I I r 1956 Blue Chip trucks we now
i,: RussellMr An optional! new fast-ratio cruising axle in I.Ig ht-
Test drive Phillips 66 ELITE-FeEL. Find out how nd Mrs Morns Johns of I duty CMC's gives an overdrive's pace and have on view. The values are
you
Jacksonville visited the E. C. notable. Come
even more nand
much better jour car performs with this yearsaheadblend economy.th out its cost. ..
Sunday
Johns family #
I i: get the facts!
of natural and high-test aviation gasoline components j i Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and I II i .

The only place to judge gasoline is in jour I family visited relatives in White I, Sharplymcreasedenmedlsplacementm; both sixes. 'S.nJ.J sr, Suturlzn; if:Ion*} a! I

car, and cne tankful of FLlrl:-FUEL skill show jou- i! Springs and Genoa last Sunday. I and VS's gives you a power family! unsurpa.eci: ;.n: tt.:'j citiri al tn i..r}_-.s, /I..I r

I 6 6 II there's a difference in gasolines. j Mr. and Mrs Earnest Harris I I \ ....- X-., '- E'.-.- C ..- \-. --
Gadara attended church services -
: of ,
'I PHILLIPS PETROLEUM COMPANY here Sunday night I 5;.., 11", tiS, Ir 0 T'{ .7.-co:.... :: .l:'..! t r',.".(1'J. -
'
I
/ Rev and Mrs G E. Cutshaw

attended !services at Gadara Sun- i I

,'..,\' morr.ngV1 : SIMPSON URQUHART PONTIAC
PHILLIPS 66 PRODUCTS ARE DISTRIBUTED IN STARKE, i ,1
:: : ;''d Mr Kt'*:"< Xif"'i1

AND VICINITY BY JEROME JOHNS OIL COMPANY :1.;:, I 1"l!,' ::..' tLl. .l.rnr.;
52S SO. WALNUT ST. PHONE 132: STARKE FJ.PAGE ..\.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA
1R1DXY. MARCH 16, 1956: _ _ _-- P\OE SEVEN

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Mr and Mrs. E. H. Chamber! NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED

''H Lake City Wt'rt.'LSIUng Mr. LONG BRIDGE
{ ( CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy
and :'oIl... Fieddy Clark and Mi AND NEW RIVER

.tn.1 Mrs Lloyd Clark Sun .ty. O/oru J. :;hcII
fly :\11'''. E.: I;. ('actionAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA' Mr. K \. s..ipMr
Pat Plummet of Starkerisimg x\as

'! :'oIl'. and Mrs. A. L. Green &..................&&...
:Number ileaePatrons Baby Contest at Allen Chapel
_-1; :NOTK: last Sunday.We to report that merchants and friend: I Church .Michael DeSue. Chns Le- and Mr Lonn.t. C "-A.. ?',.'

Thei e will be a miscellaneous are glad will be I I Von Crooks, LeP..amar Lennon children of I.eebul'g.I.; .!" iu.--'
ell Norman is much pleased to note that phone .
Christian Church At The Tabernaclei ,-huwei for Mi. and Mrs. Freddy j jCuik Yvonne Han She and hubby, L. M, service is available in the new Dennis Kelly and Louis Williams of their grandparent,.. Mi .ir.u.IMrs. i ntH nF.PEDBI.L:
better.
I I i and family! at the Civic j The contest : O. B. Moodv: \\"'.11:' ,.,1.. .
and old R.J.E. schools. The is being
sponsored
number by
Hanellarrived ,
irhedule has be,'n Tei i \ M.u t in of Kings College and her mother. Mrs. Eva
Tie tollowiiig I II I I renter Monday night March 19, j for the new school is 25-J, the choir of the chuich.lui < through Thursday Termite Control
I ., ChristianChiiKh Biur lii Maiiot N Y. presented from Miami Sunday morn
mmed i tnc Fit t ,i
.tin rill I at 7:30: p.m. No invitations are :. We are glad to l.ave W T
which offers direct contact to ( \ rchAllen\ \eu
f Call and I I I a chalk talk at the Tabernacle I ing. Among the out of town s
the orner
.it < <( whc
Starke by J. last Friday night. He was assist-i i being sent out but any one visitors Sunday were Mr. andMrs. ? I'principal Eddie Thompkins. facul- Chapel A.M.E. Church,, Granger back with us atic; .1 Household A ( iimnuTt Ill
CtiiisUan streets jn would like to come or send giftis i I three months visit in North: ant
.
ty and staff. The remodeled old p.eP. J. Washington, will
p ed by Bert Alexander of Wellborn. | Harold Norman and family. pastor IVst Control
E Sherwood: invited Mr. and Mrs. Clark'shome I hold South Carolina with his .-on.William. .-.
will house
Fla Flev. and Mrs. S. F. Beard of I building the supervisor regular services all day Sun

Sunday School 9:45 a. m... Saturday night the Tabernacle and all their possessionswere I Heilbronn, Mr. and :Mrs.: T. B. and classes in special education day. On Wednesday March :21 the Ulysses and Reeiet Grn\ $praing/

Lavor. Andiews supervising.Moining 11 '(I group attended a concert at Park- destroyed by fire last week R.1 wards of Worthington. and I The number of this phone is 25-W. pastor and delegates will leave for' Mr. and Mrs Ira Men: (tf ( all n. 6-twr:

\Votship a m. of-the-Palms, presented by several -I Mis. Clark stated that they already -' John Benny Sapp and Lyndell Many thanks to County Commissioner -I the District Conference to be held Palatka were dinner guests of

l"'lll's i Supper -- 11:15: a. m. outstanding artists who areguests I received much clothing 1 Dodd of Starke. I "Buddy" Bishop and workers ]:': in Chiefland. Rev. Washington Mrs. Nan Moody; Sunday and Florida Pest Control

('hiu.Udn Endeavor -- 6:45 p. m. Gordon I... purdy. linens, and dishes. They wish tc I of Lake. for our phones. We look 1 I will appear on the program Friday -; visited his sister and biothei.
7 of Mrs. Grade Dukes I
Sunday. Ever.ingVorship -- I Tuesday night the McKinley express their heartfelt thanks for I Butler was the dinner guest of I forward to the extension of this ''I I March 23 m the morning and Miss Ida and Jimmie. in the afternoon & Chemical Co.

p m the many friends who so generously -j I Service into the homes and afternoon and represent Allen
Musical Messengers of Morris- Markey Sun- | .
Mr and Mrs. T. W. 21 > W. 16th Axe.iainesx
I aid in time i
7:30=:
PI Meeting : p. m came to their I I Chapel Church.
ayer town. Tenn. brought a musical ;, | churches of our community soon We are happy to hcai that
( ilk, Florida
Wednesday. I' program using their variety of i j of need. ,| day.Mr.. and Mis Clarence Pmk- Nests Wanted ': Presiding Elder A. W. Bowles is Beland Johns is home again afvr:

('hm' Practice 7:30 p. m. instruments, including the Thert'I I :Mania (iri-t-n Has I5irtlul.iv Green spent I Mr E. Matthews, publisher' asking all members and friends to his accident and is feeling better I l

ThuiMday.Fust the only musical instrument : Martha Green was the inspiration -!; ston and with Mrs.Mrs.Mary Viola Shephard of the Telegraph would be glad ]I i-ttend this meeting at Chiefland.Rev. Mr and Mrs Jim Thomas and i -

and Third Tuesdays that is played without touchingit. I for a lovely party on her I Sunday Branford.Mr. to give us a complete page for I II Washington speak on mother. "Aunt Man01 Lake

7 :'to! p in. Ladies' Council: I 8th birthday at the home of her I in and i news if you would just mail or "The Spiiitual Condition of the Now Open
Clark Bailor, Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Wynn
Wilson Mrs. Call
and Mrs.
Mr. ana Churches"
and "The
7:30 m. Tuesday: i patents phone it in to us. Your editor Requirements
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Meeting following homes p. : : Church Green, last' Satui day. Outdoor : family and Mr. and Mrs. Freddy I can be reached at P. O. Box 991. of Sabbath Schools." District of- of Starke and Mr and Mis Pee
in the Pi-pgliylerian birthday -
attended a
Johns games were played and enjoyed. J Claik and family i 921 Oak Street or phone ;)-\\". ficeis include Mrs. Archie M. Sapp and son of Palatka were SMITTY'SBARBER
Circle 1 Mrs. Havana i Yellow and were used for I| dinner in starke Sunday. churches. Bowles. Supervisor Mrs. Cussse
green I ;
Tomlin- Saturday Adult Choir practice -: We welcome news for Sunday afternoon guests of :h.1
Leader with Mrs. Shep ,1 3 p. m. I| lecorations and cake and punch Mrs R. K. Dukes and Dianne Butler I schools, fraternal groups singers. ![ Mae I'mkney. President; Mrs. E.: A. Sapps. SHOP

son m.Iorn I were seived. About youngster1. : and Gerald Dukes of Lake j scouts and community social Juamta I Lewis, Superintendent oftinday
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9:4.; boy
Circle 2 -- Mrs. Margaret 1 Sunday School"The a.Victory of'' enjoyed this occasion i!,| weie visiting the G. E. Green I cluts. This news will be published .:: Schools; Mrs. Ozora Shell. Mr. and :\11'5."IIIIt' P.aulei.vm! :
Leader with Mrs. ing Worship P.aiford.isitt'd Court Street Opposite
Elankmgship. Saturday. The Supervisor! of y.p.D. of their mother.
without charge.
Social 1 hour : each week i
Youth
Faith. 11 a. m. Fellowjship. !
L. L. Fullwood. ;, ; Mr. and Mrs. Doyle HazenI : of Li-turns Mrs. Mary Snowden. SundavMrs. Court House
Sally Ann Epperson and A social hour was enjoyed by I I | deadline is 3:00 p m. Monday To Kast
dicle 3 Miss EUne Colson, Sally Sink hostesses. Evening the Young People's Class of the :I and son of Lake Butler were tho I each week. The paper goes tc j Mis. Maude E. Magee, daughter Snowden has been sick butS I

Leader. with Miss Colson. I Worship "I Believe in Christian'I Church of Christ Saturday night.i I Sunday dinner guests of11'5 press on Tuesday and is release of Mrs Laura Whitmore left the feeling better. YOPR PATROXACJE;

Love" 7::30 p. m. I jat the Civic Center. Cake and Jettye Hazen. i j for sale on Thursday. Cooperate I uity today after a six weeks visit Mr. and Mrs Herbert Parrish WILL RE GREATLYAPPRECIATED;

Methodist ChurchChurch Wednesday -- Prayer Meeting soft drinks were seived to the 3;) 1! Mr. and Mis. Thomas Douglas with your editor and watch our '! with teUtives and friends. She and children visited Mr Parnsh's

and Bib'e Study. 7:30 p. m. j I I, who wel e piesent. I land family of Jacksonville\ were : rage grown. We are interested in will work in Hobe Sound for six'weeks mother in Palatka over the weekend '

School. 9:45: : a. m. Morning Thursday -- Junior Choir prac-, Also celebrating a birthday \'islting11': and :Mrs.: A. I. Mann : births deaths. marriages and and return to Starke en- .
Worship, 11 a. m. Nursery I I weekend. town. If it's news route to :'eYork City. Maude D. H. SMITH
tire. 3:20 p. m.KiniVAL. Sunday; was Howard Douglas. last I visitors to our Mr and :Mis t;t'ois: .\"'it'i I
i
open during this tim EveningRen Those helping him celebrate weft) :' Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Dukes and i we want it before it become is employed by Mr. and Mrs E. UtlcDonnell. snr.',, p'lion's \I' .1'.1 i M: F.M

'H'P. 7-30: p. m MYP recreation TO :-iT."T1' Mr. and Mrs. J. K Douglas an 5' daughter of Lake Butler and :\11'. history. ;, McDonnell!> a ic- : .\"it's.-, :- , .- Owner & Operator

period. 5:30: p. m. Fellowship .\ BKT1IKL ( IIIIU II Ernest and P.eand Mrs. C. B. and Mrs. Thomas Jones and son I'TA Ami IM>I,.\ (lull\ tired Admiral. of the U S :'>.t\'Y tiit'i'I !!. : ,rd''! '-,__ '. II :; : #: ::. 7" p

?uppei for Intermediates and ( Stall ings. of Gainesville were Sunday guests The PTA of Wateroak school', Urn ( nosPeisons

Si-nuns.' ( :15. Group meetings, Revival services will begin at tork.h"l'r: of Mr and Mrs. Ernest Russ. met on last Monday according to in Reno will !1.- i '.1!i.: i. ..4
fI: :; m.IOInday Rethel Baptist Church on Monday. Mis. II A. Guest and' M. E.HoberL. .
p Mis. Guy Andrews and Mrs Mr. and a statement from Principal t-d by Principal Thlll.pklh| ,r.l.I
:\ ; Regular meeting oft March 19. The public is invitedto Hilly Jackson of Starke. and Mrs daughters Nashville, Ga. xver ,. I'resident UeSue noted I'aculU rt'presentatne. L.i\v\!

Milhodist Men, 7:30: p in. hear Ilev. G. K Cutshaw. tho Floyd Wiggins and Mrs. Cle'Andrt'.s weekend guests of Mr and :Mrs i the progress that was being made community will be iea hcd t....

Tue.sdav! WSCS Prayer evangelist. Song service will begin were hostesses to r. \v. E. Bgham: and Mr. and Mrs. | and congratulated the teacher Principal C. C. Anderson an"l 11>

Uioup; 9:20: a. in.WednesIay \ each night at 7:30: p. m., anpreaching stork shower for Mrs Lavon An- L. I. Wood. The Bighams entertained i She emphasized the importance ulty, Lincoln City will be rur.tai tc i .,

Bible Study and at 8. IeR.. I. Lee. drews at the New River Civic Friday night for theii I of parents giving their children by Principal S. C. It Prae and ;

Prayer, 7:30 p. m. j pastor. 'enter Friday night. The center house guest and Mr. and Mrs. j| the third vaccine shot before the' t '('ulty. Hampton by 1'i iflcIJ.i)>

Thursday Youth Choir prac- was decorated with magnolia Cecil Durant of Gainesville\ with polio season arrives. President ,, Taylor and volunteers and Watei t

ttte. 6:30: m. Chancel Choir ItETIIEL: carried barbecue.Mrs. !j experience because '
p. dogwood and azaleas. and a chicken I DeSue spoke from I i oak community b> Principal! Hipb- .

piai-tu-e. 7:20: p. in.Saturday j I i ISVITIsT CIirUCH i:1 out a color scheme of pink and G.Y.. Davis has bcenj i one of her daughters wastnken -. erts and volunteer On dollar will

: -- Church :Membership : School 10 a. m. Preaching I blue. Indoor games were played I spending several days in Dundee !; by polio several years ago. {i i: enroll you join today. .
Sunday
Class. 10 a. m.NEW I services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. I! and prizes were awarded to Mrs. ;, with her parents, Mr. and :\1'5.1 Principal Roberts announce1: :,I :Summer Program .

service .:30 m.- Rev. 1 Rosa Pinholster and Maxine An-I I R. L. Waters. Mrs. Waters ha ( j that school will not open until Principal Eddie ThompkIns. C i
I Song p. i i
RIVERBXITIST I drt'ws. About 2G guests attended. i just had a major operation. iI I i 10:00: a.m. each school day until I C. Anderson and Ozora Shell met t.,..
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R. L. Lee, pastor. *
('IIFRCIISunday :
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Howard o the strawberry season ends. Patrons ,?>:
Birthday Dinner : | |on Monday night at RJE to discuss ,

School 10 a. m. Wor i I I...............v..9 1 J. T. Sowell who was 31 Sun- Fairbanks were Sunday guests of II i are asked to cooperate with I plans for the summer pro-
I birthday'i Rev. and Mrs. Ressie Carlton. school lunch program and sho .. 1
the
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ship Hour. 11 a. m. Evening Service 1 day. was honored with a :i: gram. According to statements C.pc. Ag. .! .
7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each IIICHLANDfly' dinner. Those over to eat with Among those attending the I will have hot lunch for the chil-''I from the program director, Mr. L '

Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Everyone : 1 him were Mr. and Mrs. L. L funeral services of Lee Douglasat j dren when they arrive from the H. Gibson, the activities will begin -

welcome L. L. parker, pastor. Parker and daughter. Glenda. I Ellzey's Chapel Sunday xvero i! fields. It will not be necessary for the summer on June 6. Which/ Triplet Trades At Koch's?
Mrs. Lacy Norman Carlton, Mr. make I
to
Mrs. Doris Kelly and family. Mr Rev. and Mrs. Ressie I for you to leave work School centers will be Lawtey and

Window CleaningStores .A A A.A A..A A A A A A A A A A A A A ALI and Mrs. R. MtDavid, Mr. and and :Mrs: A. I. Mann and family preparations for them if you cooperate RJE features will include swimming
-- I The middle natch.
I I II Mrs Bobby Dyal and son. and i i, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett I with the school lunch I in and out-door sports. arts one, Incidentally, shoppers
Offices Homes (I.a..t'l'l'k.% XI'i) j jMr of Pensacola be in session
I Normanand Mr and Mrs. H. A. Coleman and i Arthur Kelley | program. School may I and crafts, musIc. story-telling. are you suffering with rotating retina,
Outside Only 30c up I I and Mrs. Leonard the weekend with Mr. and days as late as five \dramatics and for
a'' Mr. and Mrs. C C. Vancicle\ of spent some ( speech typing
Reasonable Prices the C. M. Griffises made Gainesville. 1 Mrs. C. S. Kelley. I p.m. depending on the arrivial of i'advanced students. economic ennui, and a palpitating paro-

) W. S. AGXEW50t business Weekend trip guests to South of the Florida.L.I.. i! I.inda Kay HuN Birthday Mr. and Mis.: M. M. Gano and ,I j the children. Principal Roberts Last year a small activity fee of xysm in the region of your pocketbook?
weweekend a"t1I
E. Ilroxvnlee St. Starke 1 family of St. Augustine is anxious to do a good job
of Starke j 50 cents week for each, student
Linda Colson per
Kay
TCorman3 were Mr. andIrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs children full You have a mild attack of inflationitis
will not deny your ,
j :'was aiked. This lemediial
at her I is not a -
over
Mis. had about six guests
and .
anll1'
Charles Mosley and on Monday Mr if it mean'
Jacksonville. \ grandmother's house, Mrs. G. 15 !I U. F. Gano, educational service I program where persons who lad! friends caused by watching prices go up
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of
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FlovdolIlman: and Mrs. O. I:. Gano and :Malissa until dark with them
I | working '
a1 I Colson. Saturday to help her eat can make up subjects, it is stii1ily -
j COLONIALFLORIST Zt'ttir Padgett Jacksonville is spending with her a lovely pink birthday cake and '. Ann Gano of swan Lake. I The R.J.E. PTA met On Wednesday J for summer activity. iela.\at'' purchasing power go down and quality go
m Beech airlson.
: .livs:
< > Curtis
si, null-hildren. Mr. and Mis. Ver- lots of ice cream. Linda wa Mr. and Mrs Gainesville wen March 7th with President I and recreation. Plan now tu h.nr to pieces. A sure cure is to trade with us.
old last week. They had Dwight. of Sophia Royal presiding A large your children register
4 HIP!! CnftisThe; Normans attended a six l( ads years of fun. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Har- |I number of pledges were paid! an<* 'month of 1Iafor- fuin.; viactivity Our low prices, high standards of quality
Laiey 1
ith.l.ugettogether!: at the homo :N>\\ ArrivalMr. ,. rell Sunday.Mr.. and Mrs.. Romiek Cork (,f du" s were solicited in The spite PTA of wn the: program. and speedy service is just what the doctor

their children the Richard and :Mrs. H. E. Stokes Jr this !small: attendance. 1-autt-y I lobby (lull
i nf ate ;he proud patents of a baby Boyd, T.'is. are spending :able to make six additional pay, Mrs. Emma Buinrv: f I' iiit\;' I'- ordered.
PHONE 218 .
I ? and Mrs. Benny
app week with Mr. We fee! that
Mr. and gill born last week in Alachua i' ments on the piano. visor cf the Hobby dub. :st ittM
i I Sarah Norman and and Ona General Hospital. They have I Thomas and family. the group is doing a wonderful! that they have alniu.i! I..I"j"I..1 i iI

(j) '\\1.Mis(ardel'. Charles went to Starling Jacksonville Sun- named her Martha Ann. Mrs. Tim her Thomas father. spent Mr. Tom-lastxveek job under the dynamic Your leadership editor I 1\ community: quilt \\lu'h w to'u. "fmg:11I2N: _ _ _

( dav night due to the illness of Birthday I'arty with Wauchula and Mr. and President Royal the lastmeeting cJ the main pn>j' ( t.-, ot ill"- 1:1.: '
I Mrs. 15,11; liigham entertainedwith linson i was: not in attendance at President True Love Smith i is ,i-i.-
Beach.
FLOWERS Mrs. Stalling.This a birthday party for her Mrs. Bill Cobb in Daytona i i but will be present on i :ng all members to bo Ir>':>,'nt mt' < qF
Xeus)
I ( \VeekN Mrs. Randell cooter double ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLED
and with
I Mis.V.. C. Hardee, Charles nephew. Uirkey Whittle, of Jacksonville Mr. Gainesville spent ; Wednesday; April 4th [ Tuesday night so that! you n1 For AU Occasions and Ellen at her home Wednesday i and children of dues. Come out to PTA wearing have your names mclud\ i on 1'm-
and Sarah
i Benny
Starling and Mrs.
DISH GARDENS | Xorman'Liltl Helen Starling at afternoon. Rickey was three |I, Sunday with11' I I your Easter Bonnet. squares of the quilt This beaut. L _

Mr. old Those attending were Thomas. i Ka; ..lt'r Vacation ful quilt will be raffled off before
years
1 St. Luke's Hospital Friday. Ed S. Polk at I .
POTTED PLANTS brought Mrs. Stalling Frankie anl Erick Tomlinson and i Mr. and Mrs. All schools will close for Easter' i, the end of the term 'II!"'_. -. :-._.:.. ____ ._ _.__ _.- _.- _. n-- .:: J.-
Stalling
'I and little daughter. Loretta Ann, Peggy and Patsy Edwards. : tended the Polk family reunion holidays at the end of the day: i :Missionary Meetings : --

POTTERY I Mrs J. L. Whittle and sons Trenton Sunday.Mr. Thursday. March 29. and will There will be a regtilai meeting

j home Sunday.The f.. Harveys are the anti Mrs. L L. Hardee of Jacksonville and Mrs. G. A. Gay anAustin open on Tuesday. April 3, at the i;jat New Bethel Baptist Church
E. I
I
JViredAnyuhere Sunday in Jacksonville I
Flowers proud parents of a son Andrew visited the W. E. Big spent Mrs. N. P. Usual: time. Parents are being .Friday at 4:00: p.m. according to
I with Mr. and
| James. born March 7 at Materni- :' hams Wednesday. | notified so that they may plan (;i I President Sarah F. Jenkins All

I in Staike. '1 Mr. and Mrs. George Goedhait i Rogers. j for the activities of the (children members and friends ae invited E4 1I J I I4br
p tv Hospital and Austin lecentlyj: '
attended the spent last week in Tampa with' G. A. Gay for these days. i to attend.
Starke E C Harvey mother, Mrs.
.
Nona St. Goedhart. nsited11': Gay's 1
at Hukoiv Grove Church Mr and Mrs. Skee and I'acuity Supper Allen Chapel Missionaiy meeting ,
sinsing sister
1, Pkee is the son of George Coed Emma Gay. and his I The elementary teachers of. will be held Sunday. 6 p.m in
Sunday irs. Cannon.
1 hart and is also co-manager of family, Marshall Bradford County will be feted by the parsonage of the church Mrs 4k

1 Holiday on Ice Mrs. Goedhart in Chiefland. Parrish '; Supervisor Shell in a professionalsupper '| :N.: L. Washington will serve as
Herbert
z said they enjoyed the shows very Mr. and Mrs. inI I meeting on Thursday hostess according t to President

A ; much. We are very sorry to lose' : and childien spent Sunday March 22. at the home of Mrs I kKIizabeth Given*
CHURCHSTARKE Mrs. J. I:. Parrish. j
with
Pl1ltka
BAPTIST
FIRST the from our communi- St
Goedharts ----- Altamease Chandler on Crosby
\ Parrish and
Mrs. Guy '
and
tv Mrs. Goedhait was vice president Mr. The problem for discussion will be
Mrs. S. WWhitehead.
FLA. of the Southern Oil and family visited: Mr and "Ways To Make The Teaching Of

Chemical Co. and is now retired Mr. and Mrs. J. B Arithmetic More Effective".
Whitehead. and Miss Eula Nor DON'T BUY 't., ,
----- They are leaving Tuesd.lfrrh' the
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: The panel discussion on
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor 13, and plan to settle near Los man near Long Bridge Sunday. teaching of arithmetic will consistcf 1
'' of Gainesville was!
Streets In The Heart of Town Angeles. Calif. after stopping in'i Gloria Stokes Marcia : Mrs. B. J. Lennon. grades 12.
Jefferson and Court Phoenix, Ariz. and several other the weekend guest of grades 3-
i Mrs. E. Burney.
Pastorium 130 HALF A
234 "I
Phones Office I I I
; places Good luck and we wilmiss Padgett.Mr. .4; Miss Frances Jenkins grade 5.
I and Mrs W. E Bigham Jr ,. ;
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Gainesvzllel.grade
-- - -- ---- you. Mrs. G. W. Norton ( '
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-- Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M.: 7:30 P.M. Mrs. Essie Nettles of Lnka entertained with a chicken baite- ,'I 6; and Mrs. L. M. Royal : 4P4

Sunday School 9:43 A.M.: Training Union 6:16 P.M.: :I Duller and Mrs.spent Murnie last Nettles week with MrI
8:00 P.M.\ Mr and Mrs. Alfred Palmer son, Sharon, of Staike It waSharons '
1 :Midweek Service Wednesday, i i teach arithmetic after which the'I 1r-
of High Springs were supper birthday. I' consultants will give diagnostic one sewing machine N
:Morning Service over WDVH at of Mr. and :Mrs.: Ned Hicks Mrs. Edward Clark of Gaines- I ,
Hear the Sunday I guests Yvonne and remedial techniques. We expect does so much morel ,
Mrs.
vile! was visiting ,
Broadcast Every 1. :3 J. and 5 Sunday. last Friday. [i : several supervisors to be present ,. .. ;
11 a m. Regular Mrs Rosa Pinholster. Mr. and Norman Tuesday. I consultants. Mrs. ... '''. .. V" 4
and served as '
and
( 'Mrs Floyd Wiggins and La von Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry 1 M. E. Roberts will have charge of / #
: Frances, were in Jacksonville y 4'k.: ,
Andiews spent Sunday with Mr. daughter. '!'devotions. while Mrs. M Taylor N .
Mattie / 14.
and Mi s. Troy Andrews in Mon Sunday t0 see Mrs. chairman of social .'. M'z:
will serve as Wki
.. rIston. Barry who is recuperating ." I
is i courtesy. f
from an operation.11'1' Barry :
Mr and :Mrs. George Thomp- .Music Festival
lit> .
kms and sons of Lake City wer' doing fine and expects to All roads lead to Ocala on Sat-

HUNDREDS Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs back home soon. I urday. March 17 for an all-day "You made some new friends today

\\' (' Stalnaker and family. ,, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Alday feast of music. According to Sup- Junior the folks met at the bank
MLS Howell of Lake Butler and sons of Donaldsonville, Ga..I J Jwere ervisor E. E. Mmott the singing you

ot details are managed and economically .siient Sunday with her daughter weekend guests of Mr. and will begin at 10:00: a.m. The music good friends to have all through life. I

attended that only a trained and ad'1 n-tn-la\v. Mr and Mrs.Vil- Mrs. Will Rogers and family. I directors will meet at 9:00: am. helped Dad and me many times."
know They've
Jr. and baby :
attend when Dukes Jr. Mrs. Clyde Green
lam
MarisonSt. AUTOMATIC
careful organization can I Meals can be purchased at COMPLETELY I

the urgent need for serving is at Mr and Mrs. Julian Green and were weekend guests of her Elementary School for 40 cents

Mt' and Mrs. Alex Williams of parents the Witts in Alachua. Elaborate plans have VlGOELLaUPIRROBOT\
han;). per person.
Jacksonville! were weekend guest. Miss Glenda Parker took partin been made for this the first festiv- IT PAYS TO HAVE A GOOD BANKING CONNECTION.

a: Mr and Mrs Dave Green. the Suwannee Music Ft'Stivall Musical Asso-
Five -
DeWITT C. JONESPhone Grady Baxter of Jacksonville at the J J Finley School in a'ciation.of District The general public is -Call 239 A GOOD WAY TO START ONE IS TO OPEN A BANK

7 Starke. Fla. spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs 1 Gainesville! last week She was i cordially invited to attend. The' SAYINGS ACCOUNT WITH US. WE'LL WELCOME ITl!

_rrJ.--a I | Pitt Baxter. ,, graded as Excellent! 1 !singing will take place at War For

Ambulance Service : | Mr and Mrs 2.V.. Hamilton ATTENTION I: memorial Auditorium Ocala. HOME DEMONSTRATION
Funeral Director 1 Southland
the
remember
I had as slipper guests Friday night Please Baby Contest '

Our local funeral home nblM tu to otter convenleacMaerrlcea alIA I j Mr and Mrs. George Goedhart.Mrs | Minstrel sponsored by the Brook I I The following names have bl'enI I $89.95 '

not otlitrwlir available. : Florrie Hamilton has just ; er Garden Club. to be at th-. released by Mrs. Bernice Morris FLORIDA BANK STARKE /

I returned to her home in Braden- Brooker Junior Hibh School as: contestants for the forthcoming And Up
__ tn rrn-nfl weeks March 22. at S
srssrrnsn
Auditorium.
e--= fl ton after spending a few

We runuan the highest type service at loweet prtcea, ana with Mr ard11':;. Z. W. Hamilton : i! o'clock. The proceeds will go toward I Reeves of Tifton. Ga. The cast Ch s. C.' ShepherdTV Member Florida National Group
Hamiltons J'1aYgTOungequip-! has worked very hard. and it is J
ANT We Insurance policy in force. toned by ANY and the James buying '
Sevpt paymemt In part or In full on a fumeralCooaultAtion Mr and Mrs Thomas: Hamilton ment for the City; Park Thi :; sure to be worth the price of $1 Radio Seat Covers JIl
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company cATrtei no obligation. :T-.iJ daughter Cindy a: ended tv. program features alt Ir.cal talent for adults and 5<(V: for children ; Starke, FlaJ :

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Minstrel Show Slate SuspenseDramaAt Sen. Johns Entertains Local Guard Unit Railway Express ._ '-, 'r. .- :-- '- r'S' : : : := C :

Florida Theatre ..

Thursday 1 m: To Drill PROSTATE SUFFERERS
Set For 1. .. Sunday Hearing MondayA
Th giippmg stm v 01 a lather [ i
.. .. S New ;Mechanical Instruments N,. M.i".is"-.
anti! mcrhn tai,'pj! with the kidnapping Jj .
\n ulil !tanhumed Minstrel Show the T". St HBO; ;N.t'I''n.t; (.;u,ti'l! A"i.-: I NY :Mechanical Instruments S N'> sur:;. r.im ..
of their young son is .
"
he.iims 1.1 ti. '
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Southlands Minstrel" is in! v will be bu.stiing withn :!tv ;
; ; uil featured 1 attraction at the Florida ; \\ : : rou I'Hn. IIOOM.I T
couitnouse '
-. II' iiuk.tt\ fur S pni. Thursday, Theatre this Sunday through -I J ,).1.1.- J; 4i \iii.Simd.u as member of the in Staike "01 M l :

lirooker Junior I.n) :41! unit Company C. 748thA March 26, at 9:30: a. n. .
;1.111' h 22. in the i ;"' ; THE FINLEY CLINIC
: Tuesday. J'I ; .
the ( bred application of RaHwsE\.:" --
!hi ii School Auditorium by ; i rn Ordnance Battalion holdi
'; The film 'Ransom," s.ar? 12.1W; BE: : VVEIi: J.\h O\\Il.IE I -
i ; .Kinti. t Garden Club. II !'Multiple drill from 7.30: am. to Agency Inc. for authcur.x : > : l'J.\

approxima- Glenn Ford and Donna Reed and :. its offices heie on Sat.i.iieach ;! i'. -. > .. \
Thf how, featuring '' written by Cyril Hume and ... I 1'111. week. JI. ::.#_'; _. : w"P. : < Tj; :". -=:.._ : :...:::,
farm- j was
'i'i: :) Uiooker businessmen, j;I \ Lt Randal F. Chitty, Company I

... .Iul! students with talent be- I Kit-hard Maibaum. who wmti- i' (Viiinuimler. stated that classes on' The hearing. ,i- whuh ,... -

i I. i iu i tu-! acts from Starke and'! the script for both television pi'I'i! \elmle i iepairs. tank repairs. sup- :, terosted part'- .11 b. ;.,%."

has been'! furniances of the show on I ilt'mted j" i 1 i "
-mounding area. : p'v piiueduies i administration. opportunity to bthe.ini; :
I
i, .. .i.-.l to raise funds for the I Flares Steel IIoui. fin 2 I joi'dciviie and !instrument ICI "'"nclIdl'tI! rvho F'I.i. ",I I I.; NO DOWN PAYMENT

i "iv.:Piling' of the new" r.tooker Play- [ which the motion picture h- I I.HI.S \\'III be im'hided! in the dav- I 'itl A; Puhhi l"lir! .c. cmi.Mtin

: ,!j.d, ) im six lots in the center been adapted.It i..ng training program, with A tank .

:.,.\ n donated by the city to the includes the longest duv-, I', he used for pait of the da\->

(t.; Him Club recenly for that pur- I Itl) ever made by Metro. Golw\r .K tivity. BHS Juniors Plan : -- :!MONTHLY(i : PAYMENTS: : : I" !

) 'N' i I Mayer, a 650-foot scene in whIch Mess Steward SFC John L Alvarez : -1300 -10

I It will include jokes, skits, Glenn! Ford delivers more than plans a noon meal of ham

i I. .uktiie routines, and a number J three pages of dialouge.It potatoes and the trimmings Musical Car Wash $600 :'MNT1ILV: ) [ 1'AYMKNTS: : .0 SOA 1T

II.. specialty acts. Admission has I was dnected by Alex S.gal '.:-,. ,--_. '. Training Officer Lt. Billy I)

\if -n set at $1 for adults and 50 who directed the original TV veiMim >rWMK; and )11'... ('harl.'v. K.: .,..hJh >\-re licoN to iiicinlicrs of the liansby said that on-the-job train The Biadioid high > ii"o..liiniiii .

,nts tor children under 12. I ot thi- suspense .1 tam.1. bradford .Motor Court .\....IM iation at a delirious lurlx-cucd steak ing for all phases of Ordnance unit ("las.. ha.. .\flfll ii lii ed I .i LOANS UP TO $2500.00

Mis Bill!) Bigham. Garden Club linn'liiMin m-u.ij iiiMin at the Johns' ('.lIlIlllIn ( r,\..1l1 I.iUc. .\11I"11;; i peraticns will be provided, along car-washing project io l I.. <. >n

;i I. i'Mden'! and Mrs. Lloyd \Vool: the with the two regular 4-hour schoolp : ducted this Saturday hoot: noire than 30) }guests on this IK'I'I..i"llH'rl" (front row, left 10riJ'ht
nave estimated that at least $500i Masons Hear Talk nods scheduled for pay purposes. to 5pm. on the tennis court in'
) < I- Sdioll, president I5MCA.: IVlldleton (;aiJlt..., of Orlando
i> needed to start the playground The unit will be given a chanceto front ,,f the County JaiL! Why Put Off
.
will be used executive lice president of the noritlalutllr: Court Assn. (). II.
liniject. The money On AmericanismlIembers ; show its proficiency on March Proceeds from the Juniors'if- ;

1"! the purchase of climbing bars !I \\Olt1', :Augustine, president "'':\1\ ; Sen. and :\11'''. Johns, hosts; ?". when a representative from forts at 75 cents pet car. will *

metry- o'round. and other playground Andreu (....{..IIJI. s,.ecretarv IBIC1'1 Hubert-, Ire\\ Katliff, and Third Army Headquarters will be' help finame the 195o .It.nioi Needed Repairs Paint Your HouseS i

equipment. i; of the Starke Masonic Jerome Johnslui assisted the hosts in preparing the steaks.Services IP Starke for the Annual Armory' Prom. !

A paved tennis court is to be : Lodge and their guests were treat- I nspe't ion. ; Add a Room Screen Porches ;
It's a good opportunity to get 1 1your
pi"'ull'll by the city and the area ; ed to an inspiring talk on "Amer- Held SundayFor First Sergeant Robert W. Drake. shined while enjoying !

has been giaded. leveled, and licamsm In Our Free Public ( Petty Thievery the oldest enlisted member of the, i car up : BUILD GAR.GE1>1) A BATH INCLUDING
the all j
the music of day:
f
Cafeteria :\[onay Johnnie Rhoden .
glassed by municipal equipment j Schools" at BUS Battalion, revealed that a majoi Florida Bandmaster's Contest tu'' FIXTURES SEPTIC TANK WATER

,',ithin the past two months.All :<: evening by guest speaker Wilbur Slows Water Tank pait of the afternoon will be ..1evoted -. Brad-

admission money and payment I W. Masters Jr.. a member of Johnnie Rhoden. 10, a torrwilesident to preparations for the inspection. .. to beheld ocntinuously in the foYSTEIS1.1: REPAIRS AND RE |

for program advertising isirniatketl !the Jacksonville Lodge. ot Starke, died Saturdayin ConstructionI I ford School buildings and the|! MODELING LABOR AND
1; Miami after a short illness Starke IPSO building during
for the playground i i The special open meeting andMasters' Lt Chitty asked that employers 1 1 MATERIALS
I''He I was a veteran of World Vat car wash houls.Melodrama j
planned in I
:and! speech were cooperate with Guardsmen by releasing
observance of Public School Week ;|; II and a member of the Baptist' Heavy 'lInstl'lldron work on them on Wednesday for !
Church. the new Starke city water tower I
March 12 through 17 established t the annual inspection whkh has Featured
which began thus week. has teenslowed .\Applications Our Office No Obligation !
Rotarians Hear for the entire State of Florida by :i I Surviving aie his wife. Mrs I II had a 100 per cent attendance record -
the theft of small
I prbclamation of Masonic GrandMaster JGertiude I Khoden\ : thiee brothers. by partr.stored for the past 7 yeats. This Week At ParkThe
at the tower site tho
Safety Progress Talki i Roy T. Lord with the stipulation -'! Hassle and Ozzie Khocler-, both of near He stated that a drill has also

i! that all local Lodges hoi'1 Jacksonville and Andrew Rhoden Bradford County Jail. been scheduled for Sunday. March soidicj machination: of aninsanely

of Yaltlo.<.;ta. Ga.: and I one s.ster. Workmen discovered Mondaytha : jealous) leal" estate woman SRKE
effort :Such! meetings. 2.,. in preparation for the inspect = f JJ
i ;iaiiiisxillc'successful! number i-ieito one mel'xli.cmatu -< ene
: a of metal
his address. Masters brought [J sAlta Allen of ..JacksonvilleFunei :! lighter .
1 '. t tie: m a prog i am of youth In parts had been moved to th i af'er another in the :-1I"p'n-.
safetyi :out the value of the family as a tl servu"c>s were held .t i The entire unit is scheduled fur
i :MMtuwith t traffic I p'aygiound nearby and that some fi'le.l'\ meln.1I ama "Female (on The

remoteviSundav
need for the giavesulc in Conne f BUILDERS SUPPLIES
unit. explained the field\
: social summer training at Camp '
:i "',IIIUnn was d.'serihtd'etlnes! 1 unknown person had taken a set Beach." playing at the l I'l- .
of freedom fit it :: o'cloci! ;
noon :
iii\ at! the Roary: Club ty J. E. discretion in our exercise of nuts without which the tank'- Steward. Ga., from July 1 through Theatre this Sunday ,"in.uyii!:!!

(Conneily. Safety Education Ofi.cer and stated that young people with UeUitt .Iuni- FuneiailHome July l:& he announced. & 333 '
heavy steel pillars cannot be erec Tuesday.The .
and in ,ih.iie id a I moments s i
the logic
with the Gainesville PoliceDt'partmt'nl. Ehould be offered j Chitty stated that the Starke
ted. show stars Jeff ('hanlu'T.iipn i
!: reason behind our laws and a law- 1 Guard unit now has openings for
their | Huge steel plates, tailings, and Crawford. and Jan stuii-.s.! !
society through number of vehicle
as mehank.i. -
governed BHS Senior Wins ii men .
The speaker said that -he joint I steel stanchions have been movedto and l is based on the [dlv Tn.

piogram had started with the sc'hoolsUept the tank for the I tank repairmen supply Heart". by Robert t Hill\
esentatives of five area AwardElizabeth area past -nd administration personnel. and Besieged Sell It Rent It Trade
School Boy Patrol as a nucleus Lodges rose and were recognizedat Science several weeks since the completion instrument lepairmen. It was written for the S'I''n!

but has now been expanded to I of concrete woik and all by Hill and Richaid Alan Simmons -

include young neople of all ages, the request of Master-of-Cere- Ann Tatiim 17. oft paits have been stored on the There ale at present S6 enlisted and was directed by JosephPevney
horn kin ergalten through high i monies Doyle Conner at the close School 'men. two Warrant Officers and %WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
Lawtey. a Bradford High open ground and in a small shed. .
school He said that Gainesville |of the meeting.IPublish three officers, with two applications -
j Penior. has won Honorable Mention ; Welding of the plates for the In the picture Chandler hum -
I now being for of-
processed
had no serious problems fjuvenile for her in the:: water tank continued
i participation body Tuesday an as yet unpublished sone written
delinquency and attributed -I :National Science Talent Tests con- ]; but the scheduled election :'flc vacancies, according to the by himself. "Please Make A Low Rates Good Results Easy Tn Place '

this largely to a planned program -\ Names I joucted here last ecember. it was and placement of stanchions had Company Commander. Heait"
Pass At My
OR LESS. ONE INSERTION
!O WORDS
of that the Those interested are invited to 0 Me
activities keeps
Bradford : announced this week. to be postponed until a new setOf
folks so busy with wholesome 1! The names of all I II II Il visit the Armory for details during -| EACH ADDITIONAL WORD :eIIIS'ODT
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voting recreation they halittle I County voters scheduled to bedropped I She is the first Bradford student nuts can be obtained. the week or on Monday eve- ', ._ 0... ..- .- --
OF IS PER CENT O\ TWO OR MORE INSERTIONS
from registration rolls .l.i l win Honorable Mention since theTl'.ts
idle time on their hands., I : ning. SSr nnl1'l0I.. FOil BLIND .41)SOR ADS .NOT PUD IV ADVANCE
I be before were lust held ::t BItS 0
Connelly said that although I he must now published Wash Your Clothes
official action is taken under the : )ears ago according to ScienceInstructor Airport Dance 01 R TKNTII %NNlHItItV CARPENTER WORK P.*>mode.ine .-
oiigmal traffic education pro- I Charles Cowcn. Little Hope Seen Rtlllos IUP: \llun: Cemint HlorK" K i.-i I\K ai JsidirtK.
had been started by the i provisions of a motion passed by j sponsor t 9 Pound .ill Makr* All MoiIrN Cement work. Cha.A

gram police department. the expanded the Board of County Commissioner of the High School. Science This Saturday For Berry Prices ll>a....nahlrh(' *. r...rer MiKI'IIK.Iill% icuarnntrrclIII Sorrc-11. c'o Telegraph_tfchg

l'ation has i 1 last week. : Club. nEt: \\'. Full M. "Marl I'l. !:.-m Kt'BUER STAMPS: inartf 'j" order
rt''reation- program unanimously | She has been invited to attend Little hope was expret-sed this For 40c! datirniimlierfr-. n.I.ir\ -t-als
been made possible by the ro- The Commission 1 Thi K..y"tont' Squadion of theCivil FOR SALE-.New S X 8 x 16 Concrete farsmnletami,. tt..i' .! .I i .ii'>
agreed to require publication lest the :National Science Fair in week that prices on the strawberry hloiK. I' Tlt J1.50 TeH griph tfON
civic and fraternal I Air Patrol will hold iU an- __
operation of
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been Gainesville Mar 23 and 24. where maiket would strengthen 'HEE Bleach If Peered < per bag. :MuaiMix U. O pirliatr .
trumps lie offered to com back anyone whose name has nual St Patnck's Day Ball to- III ..df..1'n., :::; 1'\10 : :\vi\i ,N KKT-
on the list ty; accident I 11he will discuss her project the until Plant City bows out of the 9Ve 1 fh-.n 94 !Sttikf tf STONK: MATKNK|; b: EY.
tn Staike at any time and give placed mot ro-. Satuulay, starting at
ois.'ection of animals. her family leaves Biadford bei- >'T""I11.1:1'111' i Ii.! \ \IFM-:
mteres-ttl groups here the hwfitoi should unwittingly lose his right ,, S p m at the Keystone Airport picture and uno IlKttK! :' .- inform.it.r., IKII KDI
t and her future with other winners ries without competition from I'-aiiini In i lh' "!'it'! tli.it i lit fein e
to
,'1 experience gained in woiking vote. Skyiel. out Route 100. \ Will
j Elizabeth Ann has taken four nn my |H"J>*T'I" Ko\fll I..lk"
". ith voting people in G t'nesvilhTin Anyone whose name appears on The dance has been planned t-> that sourceSince .1 M-inri.; KIH! inl-. tftliC BILL SOTO
j of science courses at Riid- Thursday of last week
years
-HHMki'i the list in emu nmipplv: : to the raise funds for CAP Your Clothes
w.11 intio-iiiied I InM operationand Dry ,
;nd high and plans ti> enter theI throughVednesday, 1.656 crates \ WATKINS: KMlTi: ': I IS fl'IA'n SIGN SHOPOne
i" '11 I'muhai, uho ii.id thi'jiMli ; Slllct\-'l! i i I K:< "I-1: l'lull! 1"1| H- standing expenses which aro in lirntlfonl c'.inmx! :M tux' iii.nla
.. I nnvisity) of Flond-i this fall. were sold at the Ftarke marketa llelltl t .. II"\\ Ill.lkili $7"t J'. *1""'
: :'i' ""' in ",' I'" '.' financed solely through money For 20cIn :Mile South
'piiif, to giaduato a;; a 1)t torI : prices ranging from S5 to : ji r a -k. 'l'lii'1 ti"f Ib "I't ,
assesssed from the members of i milin tho >t ii. ,'.tyi MMI iu.il- On Keystone
I I'.un! the :Medical SfluKilMi. \ S940. depending on qualitvScattered :"tI'Wntwllatlc Drier! if\ f.-r ili- '.ii. \\ l.\ i >.t writ'TI Hiuhway J
} .' \\aS soiietaiy of the BHS the Squadron and projects such frost last Friday morning ,.. I. I: \\ ,-k i n- i- (.-,1 \\ Phone 17. -I.
as the annual Bnll, accoiding to Peactiti .> :-' :'.i i: .Atl.int, ;,. I!
: eiic!1 c flub last year and is cur- damaged bloom in some fields. 41lit .: ,"

ni I !jMc'sident (III' the Beta Club. Commander Major Dert Christ- but not seriously. It is expected 9 All Types Signs

This Week's offer. in volume will I Large Farm, Ranch
that
SpecialsMarch picking heavy rr\ri\r: : : IM.J \ .,i -.'- v
4-H All expenses except gasoline start next week. TheVasheteria\ Timber Loans I!' LMI.NXAIJS: C

Rally Day mu.st he borne by CAP member; i The first out of town bll 'eI'. LOW INTEREST I'iir- In J "", .


16 Thru March 22 Held In StarkeFun cm flown the each many year.rescue Christoffer missiom B W. Peele Of Chadbourne.this XC.week Temple Ave. Stark JERRY O. GAY Greatlv; ..n* 1 j.Reduced.1- .: :I"Prices, "

arrived at the market .\zal...., > :.. I.....
stated adding that, though th
Ladies and singing weie the oidei Keystone unit is one of the fines't'quipp..t '. are expected when volume step: .. :. ........ _. -- '- .. .-.:.' Phone) 371-1 1227 E. caul GARDEN AND NURSERY

01 the day Sa:III tidY as over 114 in the nation all equipment up n'xl'et'k.. P.l'I.IXI1'1:1.1' : M.I.I.IN-:
w donated and its main- \\\.111.I -Mi t.l I. r .\K.M: \\ t illiI f. u Inx! : loS I-i'l-: 1,0 F..I
C 4-H Club girls attended the annual is .-t", I'1 I : I :Mi I
4-H Rally Day in the Starke USO tainance and care lequiies a -- -- ------ ,I. I I. "I ii': I l.ik.- ISntl-r.: I'i 'I: 1i.I.tillrIJ'1' 1..1' 1 I. ":,.' 4

GOWNS Building from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m;.. :greater; expendituie than the HomesteadersPushing BY KI.IUp '' rtx'inand-.., redei......"l.ath.-.l ip.ii F..t-s'ii.. '... .f I. \I'.\ 'I

5 The 5th to 8th grade girls were' members can make alone. 1 IHKI. : 1;' 'i .\1 fllrr.-h..1. "".lrt"It'"I, t all ,'..iiv-n.-ii.-.... JJi W H '" .
including Dress I is optional and there will Deadline 1"' ,\ .. i'.t'h 1..1' i-fit tard..nidT ; roan. iJi: ; W :Maditi ..... t t II..
treated to a varied program, .
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Jersey 1'he a number of valuable dool

.. Irregulars tests under games the singing.supervision and con.01 prizes. as well as soda, ice, and May Have To Pay POPULARDEMAND -S \\TOOl HEK.HIS: I

$1.00 Value appetizel !oT \lIK-:.
Fi.oimii
I Home Demonstration Agent Dorothy LOW COST ,

2 LimitDIAPERS i Ross and members of thaSenior Tickets at SI per couple maybe Tax Assessor Gene Long reveal- 'I'"u Ihrrr bed rOOID .lIlu' ,

Girls' Club. obtained from any CAP member td today that there are still 303 h..rdn..od flour, braotifullr fin- 1
lobrd .....
Liability Insurance Inmidf plaalrd cad
Mistressof or can be purchased at the Bradford County homesteaders who
Patricia Pellum was landtraprd. l>owa payment to
I Ceiemomes Marilyn Cox ana door. have not yet filed their 1956 \ rtrrann JtllXMW. ..."').110 la 30 I
Contact Us Concerning the la>.* and f.::;.(*) ft rJonlnc. Kill
Vida Jean Gentry organized thei Homestead Exemption applicationsat Were Continuing Our NEINSL'RAN'E: : LAWNo rln.n..lna1110: dawn payniraf, I
the Bradford Courthouse. ".:IMI.oO at '1is.lug.I'Itlea .
and Mary Hendersin
anc.
i games

S 27" x 2;" 34C : Miss Gentry handled Origina.. Progress Marked He stated that there are also 38 Motor : Membership Fees ..... boo'... BOW uaderronntryrf 'I, \f

Half Doz. to Pkg. Song and Talent contests. v idows who have not yet filed foi Special li... \.\ finanrlaie onlyrlrrt I ,
...
BEST RATES IN TOWN }o r kniur .II. )uu bate
2 LimitS Hostesses were Hilma Tanner On County Fair their tax exemptions."If a rbnlcr. urUrlion. Heady far
I you received Homestead Exemption 6 :Months (Policies ui-rupaai-r nllhla CM I. 80 day .
1st (JualitvSHORTS Rosine Flakes and Elizabeth TUNEUPFOR

I I I Prevatt. Prelinunaiy planning is underway new last application year, you by must March file Doyle E. CONNER Florida Realty Co.Of : I I

I Mary Ann Long won the: this week foi the raising of jour
Men's :31." he said. "If you've lost or ISl1LCEE; rY Starke
Original Song contest with heiI funds for the erection of a cattle
Displaced it. come to the Tax Office Phone 2S5 136 W Call (I..ojDdrr..... W. n ferwrll.
I I "Jolly 4-H Girls", sung by Sally pavilion and other exhibit build- and we'll make out Another Week .\. J. Ikouat)

Ann Epperson and Henree Lou ings at the Bradford County Fair ,, anyway" .J:;.. Tempi .4... Phase
C 3K3fttarkr.
a new one. F"ILE: : ni: TI\I'E f..i stark ,
Dennis and the Talent contestwas Grounds. it announced Wednesday -
; wag those Homestead Numerous customers: hateasked |lir.i-i| t. .. ai i Ivtirlwrrn Ilk' Florida
All expecting
37 won by the State Farm 4-H by the Bradford Fair As- us to carry this I "It ..ttil ll I.." near KeystoneII
Exemption for the first time this !Kin- IM lInliniKfr. Pliunc jets
I girls with a skit developed around' soc-iation sponsored by American ;' the Asses- special over as they were Hi- LOST FiinaliM"unil. l I. .u Hi, ,-
file
also in
must l'l'i
1st Quality '
the setting of a table. Legion Post 56. sear not able to take advantageof i '.Tn k. Ila'li and Tan! ", ,\. I \ ,
2 Limit sor's office before the March 31 !" .1 I: lii.NT: Kurni-h, two Iircl- ( .liar. I'. > -ar- ulil !It' A i"l !tr
I The winners will compete in a Legion President Harry Hatcher it last weekComplete "t urn I'hom _'',", \\ I I'
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I { 41cNOTIONS deadline to be eligible. Long warn- ""Ill 'ii-- tii..d-ra; < ''n\n's. ;
Res. Meet at Green Covethis that Mr. Lewis from'I ..
District stated a \ilni-- :Mi- \ ISaul. 6 ::3 )(- :
I ed, adding that the Assessor has no I WANTEI: IIOfSKKKKI-KFt-: : i-f,,"
I Commissioner : Ml-[ t | I.llul-l l Saturday. the office of Florida .
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I authority to go beyond that date. MotorTUNEUP S Settled Whlt ladv w.tli I..
Sandwiches potato chips and of Agriculture Nathan Mayo I tr"n I" K e'i..s.-lr'i.! It'.. I
I INCOME TAX RETURNSGet King I..y I ck-. Star.-. I I- .
soft drinks were sold at lunchtime : will be in Starke next Tuesday ,
I all l legal deductions.Srr :. I ti \
I with the proceeds earmarked 'to look over the present facilities ,: Conservation Awards your
or 'all
:I for needed improvements at 'at the Fairgrounds and review l.e..kI8" fur a rrllrrmfBt farm

S No limitS 4 the Cherry Lake 4-H Camp. I[ the Bradford Fair organization's i; The Bradford Soil Conservation Scientifically AccurateSun W P SMITH or bumrf Me bate at preiratlime ,

I : the1 I II I District and six local men will 342 S. Walnut St. some terT attrartlte lIu,., .:
lOc ValueS Rally Day is observed each yearto past work with an eye to ': Machines Including ume Mlih. K..vd term, ,
other Districts the
compete with in I'hone 376-J or 181
,\s t. Xic- acs bring club members together I possibility: of state aid for a pro- Famous Distributor Tester
and VarietiesRECEIVING I during National 4-H Week which | posed building program.Mayo's State in the annual National Soil 20 Years Experience: STROUT REALTY t
Insures The Best Performance
I Conservation Awards Program Johnle Hansen, Representative
fell between March 3 to 11 this : office was contaced by : 1
sponsored by the Goodyear Tire From Your Car tail ALEF..ur :t-.t'. and two bed- P.O.Bos307 \
I year Representative Doyle Conner : ....". Ii".1.- til t h W I.afaytt-St. Starke Ha.rilONK .
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BLANKETS I It has been held in the usa Speaker-elect of the State House! and Rubber Company it was an- I atp3<:23Km
nounced this week District Any Make Car H .tLUO HO-S-1H31
by
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I for the 4 1: a j
Building past years. of Rpresentatives, following : trcTr': : ".tie furni'hedh'
S Ueg. 19c i! meeting of the Legion Tuesday I i Chairman Foster Shi Saiith. I, ->- it F I't"tll.r..t Stark1Itchg ,

I 1st Quality I. XO.RTII SIDK: REVIV..LRevival at which Senator Harry O. Strat-I A panel of Florida judges will 'i' l.ST-lt.'d.hap..d. "".I..ath..r"lalO..d "iur.-.. '. I'd sq.ia' ''

43C 1 select the state's outstanding Conservation Only 5.95Plus I -t. \
S Asst. Colors I ton of Calahan. the principal I \VXTEL-Ysrd man full ur part pl..tur.lap..r. l'l-- n-
II| Services will begin at District for the period I tin>- AI'III| ] :> Kl Ian'h" M"tl lItchg turn to Jlildred Muhlh.ifer I.., ,.I'
that the Fair
suggested Starke
speaker Hotel. : t _
,:N'orthside Baptist Church Sunday. from May 1, 1955 to March 31. I It ,
take
I Association might advantage Parts If Needed i
March IS through March 25. Services Fair 1956 on the basis of total points .'''It HtXT-Tvro bcdrni.ii fuii.il.i -
bill recently
'of a County
"OUEII'HI HOMK i ed hoUff. Couple .
Phone I will start each evening at introduced by himself and passed .i scored in the performance of reg- "OUR: SERVICE infant (iladi-. Han iLgt.it '.upl.-|" I..ii.i r-:
) 7iO; ;; o'clock. uiar District duties. III KiTrn Irai-rd 3M la rulllolluo. Wa-hIlIICI'," Stsv.xTyrItound
| by both houses of the State Legis- PAYS DIVIDENDS" II, In panlurr. llraullful brd l'"

I I SM1t lature. One member of the winning district rooiu hoiikr.. rlrrtrlc-ll). plumb. 1la; -- i ..'ne.j I
lug: landirlprd. poullr kounrn.KnrnKr. .
and the
governing body top arid gfd"r cold t\
fund of I p. I'rnfn'
The bill provides a barn, and
prran oraoxrtrrr : .
W. C. T. U. : cooperating farmer or rancher *. patrd hlicknaf., whoolIIUN rai.met.. I'hone :Jl'T-U: .r ,wrv, \
i $300.000 in State money for use RATLIFFCHEVROLET 1\ \ 44 : Srarke j,' ''I .: :
''named by the district will win a and mail drller If >ou I II.
I by local County Fair Associations : see It }<>a will agree that *IS. HIOI I. t'"K ALi'--a., .
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k I "linoCount; Tennessee Votes.tgain'.t '' on a matching basis with no one-week free vacation at Good- a reasonable prl,'.. Trrni '.nd.ti'.n tan Rang"t... -. ..r.\ /at r! g..d I ",
; \ \\'rt ) Liquor. She points the. >ear's Wigwam Gues, Ranch in nia' br arranged. .. ..i'- Ser.lie Station .r.
A I 'j i single grant to exceed 20000. CO. Up j

( all St. I i stay to other ommunitie for the It is earmarked particularly' for Litchfield Park. Arizona. FLORIDA REALTY CO. 1! LOST-T"o Walker Hound- ,?I", f t

I achie\ement tif moral righteousness -I the assistance of building programs Entered from the Bradford District Cor. Call and Court Streets Of Starke lemale. 'hit.10 Ilh lern..!, 1 or..1 J
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are Chairman Smith. Lloyd ar- "-mall lemon 'p<.t< < 'nf ir :.'' ,
increasetl i.a\ifls. and newflumes I such as the catlle pavilionand "..urDlh....... W. B. >.eweh. 1.1.1'k. whit.arid l.ri. ATI T-r. I
I ." buildings asked ty the Bradford Green Zedra Hamilton. J B Starke, Fla. : A. J. Ihomaa3.V .1 i .r.ir-: reward. f'.r inf.r>i..i'. :. ..,j {
National: Wice). White. :Sam: McCarvey and Ser re- Temple A... Trlrpboae 3S3iarkr. :.t- '' i-turn of (F'I o z- i I. i |
r Asso :V.r! G'T Florida h-...i 1'1",. ; F: ,., I IT
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Welcome 5th District Bands








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Starke to welt one the fine voiing must coidial greetings to all di-

.$" people of the Fifth District.: to- i.vtojs. membeiM of bands, and
fut'nds' attending the Fifth District FERNANDINA BEACH
gethei with their teachers their
Festl'al't"! appreciate the
ar % parents, and their friends, to
ks f splendid contnbution you are

what I know will be a splendid making to good music and happy ;f 1 x, t 4, H n .1 i!, s' ; '!

_.. Band Festival. living in your communities.
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The standards of high school We believe you will find the .
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second to none, and i it is a plea- j Si { 1
in recent years. I know .l i
sure to extend to you their use kiJ
that this is no accident but instead for your 19,6 Festival. I

has been the result of a I would like to congratulate

TRENTON BELL great deal of hard work on the those students who are pursuingmusic : C S ,

part of both teachers and pupils.In either as vocation or as ; '
an avocation. You can be assured .
selecting Staike as the site
that in addition to the pleasure
of your annual Band Festival,
you obtain for yourself from your
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you have paid our tiy the highest -
music, you at the same time are
+ ;,.L j compliment. I believe that
i c I bringing a pi eat deal! of enjoyment z
you will find your faith in our '
to others.
t + community justified and it is a
We hope you enjoy your stay
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while on our campus and that
h hospitality of Starke and it.'
you will be back with us for
many fine citizens. We hope you
t"anv more Festivals in the future -
will come back early and often.
n x1 r HASTINGS
; J i' x Yours sincerely.
Sinceely yours

\VM. T. JACKSON CHAS S PARTIV _- _ _
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I II I! garments and finishing; were'1 1I ert+nt+rrnna ..YTTTTY Order Of Publication Andotece To i NOTICK TO APPKtR full for 't her wise the allegations ,.r siTomplamt I

I taught by the home demonstration -, Appear. Mate of Florida. TatS In Circuit Court Bradford County Ke will be taken as cinre>s'
Home Demonstration I / lh'nl'r"r'h"-e rcMi Florida: In 4 haneerr. has been filed against you in the ed by
you.
agent. 'I i> i; a1 d! address ..-. 6203;; Tu'caMr"t. '. .
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:) STATE FARM; Magdaltiie H q k."". Plamtif, \ -. move named Court and cause and Thi notice shall be put I.! v. i
I. Mrs. Edward \\Tielan. Mis. St. I Ii",iywid "", Cal.fornia. ,' James P. H"pk.nP<-f. nd..nt. you are required to sera copy of once each week for fur n nte -0 .-
F''I Notesby I I I You are required to appear on I 1 your answer or pleading to the com- week In the Bradford Oi.-p
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Clair Griffis and Mrs. Paul Dink- '' ; -.. Case y
Murih! -6 ;3t> in the abo named Xl) 10-U' plaint on the Plaintiffs Attnrnev Telegraph.
? I ins each made a dress. Mrs. Ef- | IJy Janet Turner I'nurt, and cause, wherein plaintiff !i Notice To Appear. J Donald.n. irtft m.'h! KMg;: I'., d ,
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Phone 136JIALLLLA4dAJlAAA&4Alj i I seeks divorce. T' ; Jan;. < R. Hopkins, 1'l1oFert"hh'nce Jad'n\llk! 2, Klurida. s :
fie Miner and Mrs. H. OFFICIAL SEAL Charles I..-' \
A. Haileyi I Bradford County Telegraph shall ) A.
) DOROTHY ROSS j jI i .LA 1 publi.-h this Order in next four and address 1*: Unknown.You and file the original In tfe office of Clerk of the Circuit f '..:
made bedroom
scuffs. One of the Clerk .
of the Circuit
Court
I weekly Issues.Witness I are btr-Ly notified that a on or By Marian L. Crosby Deini'v c -
('y Home Demonstration Agent the members had never actually I Mr. and Mis R. P. McLendon I,1 mv nana and official seal .efort. the :3 day uf April, 1956; 2 9 t: '

I i made a complete dress before, and sons spent the weekend at at Slarke Fla, this 16 Feb. 1SS6.OFFICIAL .
I t ( SEAL: Charles A. -urbji I II
having worked in an office for a St. Marks, visiting Mrs. McLen-l I As Clerk of aid Court. I, -

Care of Rojsenterry Plant* /innia-i i number of years. She got quitea 'don's brother and family, the J Chas.Pv Marian R lies L Crnohy, !04 Guaranty Deputy Clerk Life 1.i I

Now is the time to fertilize Zinnia seeds should be plantednow kick out of making a dress forherself S. Cogdill's. Vide.. Jacksonville Fla. i
if Misses Jane Richarde and Nancy Altfur 1'lf. 2 24 4t S/16 While In Starke
those boysenberry plants you in preparation for the annual and learning sew. -

have not already done so, and flower show in June. The club hopes to hold another Bates will accompany Mr. and I I NOIKF. OF I'TI'TlO TO M\KKi

then again in June. Use a 666or Sewing Workshop sewing session later on emphasizing Mrs. H. A. Durden, of Jackson- ..tl'I'I.ICITIOF'OI1 .'I\.\I. i I Eat At The Newest and Finest
Dl SCIIAHG1lPrubule :
similar formula at the rate other aspects of clothing con ville Beach, to The Citadel. Law 1933)
The Law ley Home Demonstration -
of one pound per plant. Place I struction. Chai lesion, S. C. this weekend to In ('ourt-of the County Judge, :
Club held a sewing workshopin i Bradford I
fertilizer t 5 to 8 inches from stem Frozen Fruit Salad visit Mr. and Mrs. Durden's son County I I"A
Mrs. Paul Dinkins' home. The Mate of Florida.
PECAN TREE
GROWS
IN OUR DINING ROOM"
of plant and rake into soil light I class lasted three days and skillsin I Mis. Earl Miles! has a recipe Bruce. Jane and Nancy will be i;. IV PHOHVTK I I
'
.it.
guests at The Citadel for "CorpsDate" In re the Estate of
J ly. cutting, fitting, assembling of for a delightfully tasty salad Thomas J. Griffin, Deceased.TO I .
j i I which will be especially nice for !: weekend. ALl. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN; : _
the weather j I )[1'. and Mrs J. G. Caldwell I Notice is hereby given that Mamie f. far
warm coming
up. i .
Elizabeth Griffin I ft
: filed her final report -
had as their guest for dinner last 4gtfN .
Two 3-ounce packages cream !j as Executrix of the estate of 'i
cheese i: Friday night the Rev. W. S. McJAhlley Thomas J. Griffin, deceased; that J"f
1 1 1
cup mayonnaise cup : of she has filed her petition for finaldischarge \ : .-1 .{ \
Staike.
No Finer Food I '
heavy cream whipped 1 Xo. two ] and that she will! applyto '- *

and one-half can or 3 and one-i|i Friends- little Larry Roberts the Honorable Th<:ron A. Yawn. '. .(. YA.
will te interested to know that County Judge of Bradford County, < MU r *
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At Price! half cups mixed fruit cocktail i:' Florida, on the 19th day of March, \ ; 1
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Any well drained, one-half cup drained j I[I'hI' entered the Alachua General 193, for approval of same and for ./ : ',: ,1 .
\
Hospital:; final discharge as executrix of the ,. -
maraschino cherries (quartered), i,. Thursday to undergo atonsillectomy. estate of Thomas J. Griffin, deceased \
2 and one-half cups (about 24)) I j Larry is the son of on this ISth day of February ; '. '1
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Roberts.Mr. 1956.
diced marshmallows. i I I Mamie! Elizabeth; Griffin,
A Cordial Welcome Extended To All Visitors and Mrs. Milo Seigler and
or
Executrix
i iI : of the estate
Soften cheese blend with ,
cream I
daughter Susan in Thomas J. Griffin, deceased.
were Gainesville "
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In Starke This Weekend I mayonnaise. Fold in lemaining' 2/21 4t 3/1! : LLLjLtTTLr1T1rrNeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeenee.;
Tuesday on business.
ingredients. ( For a delicate color, I fl
'II Friends of "Bucky" Lyle H.Jr ''HH'I: OF ITK TIO'\'\ TOIIIGI
add a few drops of food color) I "IF.K FIl"lII'IOISt11E' :
) Buck, who is on tour of I
I Pour salad mixture into two 1- -'olke is hereby given that the
Our
Enjoy i duty with the Army in Korea, i i undersigned, under the provisionsof
quart round ice cream or freezer Chapter 20.553. Laws of Florida,
be interested
might in
containers. Freeze film for about : knowinghis i lActs of 1941, will register with the I I
address: 'Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
Minute Steak 6 hours or To serve, ; # ,,1i ----- ,, .. ,
1.25 ,| overnight. Pvt. Lyle H. Buck Jr. tor Hradford County State' of Florida ---- -----e.eee ee.e#r.vv.
tear container off and I II | upon receipt of p'OQf of publication i .
Served with 5 Vegetables and Drink I paper I II j[ -US53263 ;.6, Co. M, 21st Inf. of this notice, the fictitiousiiaine ,
I I slice in rounds. Place on crisp of Starke GARDEN
Printi rafters under SPECIALS
Regt, A. P. O. 24, c'o Post- : :
uhtili I am engaged in business at
i lettuce leaves and top with mayonnaise -
; master San Francisco, Calif. Tli: 1-:. Laura .*1., Starke. Fla. 1 1 1U.
I: and celery seed dressing. '
Fried 1: 1 am sure Bucky would I That the s-ule owner of raid busi-
Shrimp $1.00 appreciate : S. Choice Kansas City
i I Makes about 10 or 12 servings. : m -s !'; Mi1K I'lalk Ciotl-y I 713 Veal Cutlets :
i I
hearing from any of his friends. E. Laura St Starke, Fla.
French Fries, Cole Slaw and Drink i This keeps well in deep freezer.
I ; He is the son of Lyle H. Buck i Dated thiv 2ml day of )March A. Charcoal Broiled Steak
I I :March Plentiful! ''Sr.I I P I!'".*, at Staike.! 1ladf"rd County I Choice Appetizer i
I Fl'ifla.NOTICF.. I '
I If you take advantage of the I Mr. Mrs. J. R. Hardy anddaughter 1,2 4t 3. :: II { Potatoes Salad Butter ,
Other and & Hot Rolls!: I 2 Vegetables Coffee Desert :
Many SpecialsNOEGfL'S
I wide variety of plentiful foods expected Gainesville :
of were Sunday -
I
'II 10 I'I' \II
I on March markets your guests of Mr. and Mrs M. In Circuit four. Hradford Count t $2.50 I $1.35 !
I family should have good eating C. Robeits.Mr. Florida: In ( huncery.Hcil.eit .
'. .
) Harmon Plaintiff vs.Betty
with no monotony in meals. j and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell .\. Harmon, Defendant. \ 1 t
RESTAURANTJust I Consider first the many choicest' were guests last Tuesday night off!' Case No. 10.1406Notice ( ,. ##_########------,-#--" ------" --" -----" ,,,,,,,#----#ej
I II
301 in foods for the Toppmr
protein items
: their son-in-law and daughter. | To: Petty A. Harmon whose res=i- I
I
mam dish around which most Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn of ,1"11. o and address i is: lit 2, Hox 41,
built. These include rally, Virginia.You The GARDEN RESTAURANT
menues are
I St31 ke. Mrs. Yawn entertained j are hereby notified that a I :
pork, beef, broilers and fryers as with a small weiner roast in ,suit for '' ,e
I i l'
North of City Limits on U. S. 301 well as foods for Lenten fare I iii "n'e

I such as cheese and other dairy'! honor birthday.of. her son Jimmy's fifth 'above has been named riled Court against and you cause In and the I N. TEMPLE E, V S. 301 I jI ,

I products, peanut butter and can you are required to serve a copy of I
Club :Meeting your answer or pleading to the !
ned tuna in oil. I The State Farm Woman's Club ,plaint on the Plalntiffii "" com-I And I I !
.
I lalih! I:..I.,'rt*. 2n"- I'l ofc.sion.ilI'.iuMmtr. .,,,
Then, to keep company with met Tuesday afternoon in the : Ja. k otixille "-. Florida, I I; Ii
the main dish, take :your choice'between Community House with Mrs. P '!and file the original In the office of I

Welcome/ Visitors! rice and potatoes both)!' A. AlKvood and Mis. J. G. Cald- i'the",. before Clerk of the the 2 Circuit day ..Court.fllril,1 r>n The GUIDON GRILL. :

plentiful. Rice is such a versatile'food well as co-hostesses. Mrs. J. F.. 195G; otheiise the allegation Of I :
(I said Complaint will be taken ar
,
that it's favorite in cheese .1'
a
Hit }'ORIEAL: OR SANDWICH dishes, for example, as with asked Mrs. J. G. Caldwell to give(I This not-e shall h8 published W. CALL ST. : :
five
once each week for consecutive
pock, chicken or beef. AS for a demonstration in flower ar- weeks In the Bradford County I I Id,,',

potatoes, you can choose between' ranging. Mrs. Caldwell did a Telegraph. I
Krystal Kones late-crop potatoes from storage Japanese arrangement called i UuO.Dated tbi 24 d.i> "f February; Breakfast and luncheon Only :.I

I and the big crop of "new" potatoes Moiibana. She used red gladioli,( OFFICIAL PKAL Charles A. Parhv
Clerk of the Circuit Pour*
VISIT \ coming from the South. !j red Amaryllis, red sweet peas By Marian I.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
Supplies of both fresh and processed '' and white baby's-breath. It wa. I ::. tt : ;

I grapefruit are large. Most !! a most enjoyable and informative :

of the fresh grapefruit on March i program and afternoon. <-

HERB'SDRIVEINN markets come from Florida. This !''I Little Brantley Turner spent !' ----.v_ _............. __ _.. ..-. ... -. __.-- ---
: is the season when the Florida the weekend with his grandfather.

i fruit Is fine in flavor, texture and R. V. Turner of Lake Butler. j

; juiciness, and this year's crop is !, R. C. Bradley of Jacksonville j .. ,. ,.

1 higher in quality. Grapefruit i? was visiting his parents Mr. and A AMu \ A. ...v'......,... '.. ,
:
; a top-rater for vitamin C. If yon ;. J.f.. Bradley, last Sunday.

AM!n use the fresh fruit in salad, get j I. Mr. and Mrs. Don Turnage and I II ,j i

| the full value by using the juicein children of Atlanta. Ga.'t're ]

BILLS DONUT SHOPTEMPLE I the salad dressing. !, weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. I j I

I The pie may well be cherry. i| A. C. Belt-he. Mrs. Turnage: who i I

Grocery shelves have large stocks is Mr. and Mrs. Belches daughter. !

AYE.Conveniently : of canned pie cherries as well as ''I stayed for a few days' visit with j ..

canned sweet cherries to serve her parents.

I: for dessert. j Mr. and Mr. R. V. Turner and I

I I California dates will t
Located Because dates are so convenient i reunion dinner on Sunday at the Ii i ij

I for eating out of hand, j home ofIr: and Mrs. A. \\.1.1I j

To All School I I they deserve a place in lunch, I Anderson Sr. in Starke.

|i pails and also make handy snacks: Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Unzy had I I Ii

Facilities ; for youngsters. For variety stuff' t tas their guests Sunday their

i I them with cheese, nuts, or marsh i i daughters: and son-in-law Mrs.

mallows. I Charles Sapp and Mr. and Mrs.D. .

i D. Carlton, all of Jacksonville.Mr. .

aod Mrs. J.1.. Bradley 'waf'

I i spent Tuesday and Wednesday of

last week in,Jacksonville visiting

1II11 Welcome To Starke I their son-in-law and daughter .v

I Mr. and :Mrs V. N. Geiger and I, $

I their son J. M Bradley Jr. by
j
I Band Members and Friends

lu The tiri-uit Court, F.iehth Jad- i|
; Mai ircuil of Florida, la and j
For llrndford Count?. !II
Ii'I : In l hnncerr.. \A. 10-13. i
I IT WILL HE A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOUStarke's NOn< i10 IFKM > ?yy
Julia I.capanl, IMa.ntiff. v>. Arnold I I1eapard ; '
Defendant.In '
: 'I he Name of the State of Fieri-I
:IJ Finest Food dai ,
j
'1'..: Arnold r.. apaTlI. Defendant !
::11 I herein, who.-e pla<.e of residence is t
unknown: I 45
.:i 1 In Slarke's Most Pleasant Atmosphere You are hereby notified that a IL
suit for divorce has been fined ,
against you in the above entitled I
I''I, I I cause; and you are hereby requir GOand '' ni'
i 860 TWO-DOOR CATAtlNAHigh Tlit car wv+ the pru wo ship'
i' I Clerk file your Answer with the
Broiled Beef Tenderloin Steak of this Court, and to serve II
I i a copy thereof upon Plaintiffs attorney I
Samuel V. Holch 409-A
Main Street Daytona Beach, Florida I
I (Bacon. Wrapped) I not later than the 19 day of r
,I March 1956. If you fail to do so. '
decree pro confe'so111 be f'ntf'r-I
Baked Idaho Potato Tossed Green Salad ''I'd' against you for the relief de- -Powered
manded in the Bill of Complaint. Hardtop.
I I Witness my hand and seal of said I .
Court this 10 day of February. I
$1.95 1956.
(OFFICIAL SEAL)
Charles A. Darby. I
Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford
County. Florida.
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Cftrk
Southern Fried Chicken 2/17 4t 3/11

I I NOTICE: TO APFE4H It's all alone up there, literally in in a silken rush that leaves thea

I (Pan Fried) I I !-Florida Circuit la Court Chancery.Bradford County class by itself!And it takes only emergency far behind and WITH

George II. Vanderhoff. Plaintiff, vs. minutes to prove it. just slip with it all of your old ideas about
Tossed Green Salad Garden Green Peas Chicken Ruth L. Vanderhoff, Defendant A LOW LOW
I Gravy Case Xo. 10-1403 behind the wheel head for the performance!

I' Notice To: Ruth To Appear L. Vanderhoff. whose open road and watch this glistenHere's America's best hard
I /
$1.75 I, residence 403, 50 Jones and address Street Is Jersey: Apartment City ing beauty translate that statetop buy, by far, for this gorgeous PRICE TAG 1

I : New Jersey. ment into blazing action! Pontiac 860 Catalina costs less Th'
| Tou are hereby notified that I big'
.suit for Even at cruising speed you're than many of the low-priced cars. Pa' sleek '

IIIIII Regular Dinners Special Plate for Children II hIn III ,ban Divorce been tiled against yon in th.I using only a fraction of its Come on in and see it. If you Qitt; 'c'6' 11I01' Pa.....C Ofolino.r t

;,;,, you above are named required Court to serve and cause a copy And of., tremendous potential. But should love hardtops (and who doesn't?) hordlop ItJ. Per dollar :f Ony the i :tan

your answer or pleading to the complaint Amerka1
I emergency arise, that extra here's your car '
on the Plaintiffs Attorney
J j Joseph K Skipper, !!21 Florida | power is waiting for your signal j
Title Jacksonville
I .1lldint: 2.1 j
,'; i iI ,I Florida and the slightest pressure t
I and file the original In the office 56 STR.4.TO-STREA.K
:I :! jf. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on: touches it off! I IQuick
or before the 26: day of March, 1356:1; ': t
.I! otherwise the allegations of said I I as a thought,22horses :A '.iaa6atcdsyliral
-
"; Complaint will be taken as confessed I'1W7T1r Ac '7f1 y. i" (faadatl \
respond whisking to safety
''I I I by you. '. you .or lGtC1ktflfft. : 'I
I I, This notice malt be published :; -
--.J
r i once each week tor four conseeuttvsweeks -
itI II Bradford Tele- WITH STRATO-FLIGUT HYDRA-MAT1C
in the County ;

: I'I'i' II I graph. ,
II'I Dated this 17 day of Febl uary,

I i!,"II"' (1956.OFFICIAL SEAL) Charlei A. Darby I Ij
I Clerk of the Circuit Court Simpson-Urquhart Pontiac
I : By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk

ii '1,1d'il, I 2.t 4t 3,16

In Circuit Court Bradford County,
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I i r.erna-d Florida;J Hur..fhrr-y, pa:=:- ;32S j SO. WALNI l T ST. :STARKE, FLA. I'lIOXEP.GE 1j2: i i
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\', MARCH 16, 1956 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA "'.\fa; ELEVEN
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\WE ARE PROUD THAT STARKE WAS SELECTED FOR THE SIGNAL HONOR OF PLAYING HOST TO THE 1956 FIFTH DISTRICT


I BAND CONTEST. We are sure you will find the facilities here equal to any in Florida and we are happy to extend the use of them to


the Fifth District Band Members and their friends and families.

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.1 Very Cordial Welcome
Florida Fifth District
Welcome To Starke
Participants and

Fifth District Band Members
l
And Visitors Visitors

CONTEST I I S. R. Johns Grocery

Starke Builders Supply I I I

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i
I <: Compliments of
All Bradford County I
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Welcomes You And Your vt i ; VV. T. Jackson

,
Friends : Transfer Company

I I
Lawson's Market

1- .-

BANDS :R<" \ r r x BAND MEMBERS : Hm'e..t Good Time


Compliments of i i Visitors, And Come

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I I I In JAr I BackSuwannee Store


I I Ii
CECIL DOUGLAS. Manager
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Make This Store
A Very Cordial Welcome !I ACTION !
I 200Florida's Your Headquarters

,
Participants and I
I Between Events
Visitors I II Largest
II I / Complete Fountain Service
I And Best

Florida Power & Light Company I II I 4 MAJORETTES Koch Drug Store I

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II I zt % In ThisGIGANTIC

Welcome To Starke POSTIVELY THE GREATEST b. Welcome) To Slarke

HIGH SCHOOL BAND \ Y DRILL And Bradford Count
Fifth District Band Members I Ii ,\ e ;

And Visitors !i EXHIBITION EVER PRESENTED Roberts Jewelry
And
I
I IN FLORIDA '4 CARL KOKKKTS. Owner

Williams Jewelry i iI I i \ MARCHING EXHIBITION I :i


I *
I {Welcome To Starke
The Bradford County
I

Superintendent of Public Instruction J' Fifth District Band Members
II Starke
Extends A Cordial Welcome Florid a And VisitorsDucky's

To Participants and Victors
Department StoreA
Harmon Morgan ''ip-,

,


Saturday March 17 ; Very Cordial Welcome

Have A Good Time I Participants and

Visitors, And ComeBack I t a I

I FOOTBALL STADIUM lie' 8:00: P. M. i Visitors .
II
I I I Barksdale's
Department
Admission StoreA
Sam Rosenberg and Son i, Admission

II I I ADULTS - 50c ; STUDENTS - 35c i I

-I
Very Cordial Welcome
PUILCO PROGRAM OF EVENTS

Tr Radios Refrigerators CONCERTS Participants and
Compliments of
Have A Good Time (ELEMENTARY CAFETORIUM)
Kirby Smith -_____________ ___ _________ 8:00: a.m.I
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C. H. NasworthyDEALER Visitors, And Come Palatka Junior High ______ ___ ______ 8:30 a.m.I'' Gem JewelryStarke Visitors
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John Gorrie -________________--_--_-______ 9:00 a.m. Jeweler
Back Bunnell ______ __ __ 9:30 s Leading Hart Furniture Company
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I Crescent City __________-_n____ 10:00 a.m.!i "The House of Fine Diamonds"
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310 E. Call St. I Central Florida Gas Hastings __n__-___________________-_-____ 10:30 am.! Phone 170 123 E. Call St. phone
II I Fernandina ____________-n_____ ___________ 11:00 a.m.j 80
And Appliance Co. Lafayette _____________ _________ 11:30 am.I] Starke, Florida
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Trenton-Bell)) ________ ______ ______ ___ 1:00 p.m.;
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,1 Very Cordial Welcome I Union County ________ _____________-___ 1:30 ,;.
n p.m.
P. K. Yonge ________________n____________ 2:00 p.m.! Have A Good Time
and Welcome To Starke i Alachua -------_____----_--__--_____ ___ 2:30 p.m.: Welcome To Starke
Participants --
ii i Baker County _--____________________ 3:00: pmJ I Visitors, And Come
Clay County ___ ____ ______________ _-_ 3:30 |
Visitors I I Fifth District Band Members !i I Dixie County ---_-_-___-_-_____________---_---__ 4:00 p.m.p.m.' Fifth District Band Members I Back
I
Charley E. Johns and Son i And Visitors :i CONCERTSU.S.O. And VisitorsC.
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( BUILDING) I
I !, Bradford __--___________ ________ S:30 a.m.! Simpson-Urquhart PontiacIt's
Insurance Agency Edward's Grocery and Market Columbia __- _____________-_-_-_-_ --__ ___ 9:00 am.: H. Driggers Furniture Co.
I Fletcher _______________n________ __ u__ 9:30 a.m.:
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_! : Ketterlinus ____________-____ 10;o0
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I I I II Palatka Sr. _______________________________ 10:30 a.m.'
Suwannee __n__________________________ 11:00 a.m.; A Fact
Have A Good Time I I )Welcome) Visitors duPont _h____________________1_________ 1:00: p.m.I Compliments of
1 I : Gainesville _________--____--________- __ 1:30 p.m.
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i Landon 2:00 '
Visitors, And Come i iI! of Jackson --_-_ __ ____nnnn_._n___ _._ nn_ __-_ 2:30 p.m.p.m. H. C. WALL
I Compliments Lee __ --_n__hn_ __ nu._ 3:00 pm. At The
Rack I II THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND ALL CONCERTS I SURA AGENCY I
I GIGANTIC MASSED BAND DRILL AND i
Ratliff Chevrolet Co. :,i Western Auto Associate Store MARCHING EXHIBITION OF STARKE Denmark Furniture CompanyFRIDA

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IKIUVV, MAIUH It,
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.anghed at such predictions.In was suggested he use 4-12-12 at ---- -
harper Latrel C. P.aI. '. .
A.
et'rg' hail
194* someone topped 200 planting time.Organiaation Harris. James I'l.l.i.dJoiifl W. Jr.Marg4ir Hail. Eugen W.il.ill. I'rn-iurl> HUrrBlume %w. 7e Cuinbr.Newton l'.upla Mann. _,: !
> George I.ee
Imsiu--! per acre. In 135; ; a : Hi-intz. Dorothy D.Henitz. llol.eits.. : ( p. Freeman p. WinnUCason. r'uwler. Lizzie P. Mutt.'V'I .<1L''v:
Inijwrtantov
William
F. Kol.ertX.. .
R.liol
Dixie Boy made 304 bushels onoie Higeinbotham, RuthHliii in Hail. Sally Wile ElmoKerce. Freeman M. G. YO!!. fl. .1.
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> >" Delia
Your "t Harris James JI'"sie1'1ton
Farm
Bureau <
and ilainey, H. P.
Mot
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your Y. .1.t
t. te of land. He followed Ci.ehr. Xl'islaw.
Hardiiuin Benjamin Nettles. Dan
# 1\.1'. 11al>..1 H. Odor I In i
Cattlemen's Association M. R. Ho-irr :: I'
CatherineI
s< in. .: tlu- outlined Dr. canipt'ak :;. Kerce. Onie 2.Reutroe. ': It.
steps by HuglierElizabeth A. l --. FlorenceII"we. : t. .ver. C. 1 '''i:I.n.. I K \
ilardman Cora A.Jairett. J""I.i. .
S. .> with strength. For example L. Heath 11.lrj"r.> i'.iiig. I. .
Robert C..loiies EvertttPmiurl
there are over 2,000,000 Humphreys, :Marguerite Sanders. E'el11ldr 1I..lh..ah U. i.. k..: Ji A.
U' XeiinaKiinblet I"u".'. Z..JI... 11.
an nut rearh that yieldi ) a..t I literK..I.: .. r: :VII a.ke.: :\t.. .. ,
.' '. memberships in the National .l.u'k. ., Gra.-o C. -iUe. Man I. CIaje
(' can beat the average 20 n. Robert C. SunderAli.e Marie hilig1:..loll t1. N.. Sltr _
Farm Bureau. When a resolutionis ."-aie". Charlotte :-:.., ilon..r. Ruby li ,!I". Tr j! VIt : r.-- W
A. krr
:M.I-. *
:;U JosephV.
bu.ihels per acre. It l is too .U.! \\ _
Jrnkin.Chas.. H. :'.-'1. Fr.-drrii-k i: r1- \t.
.
T.Selley. :M- Ken H.fham: Teddy D.iiM .
:,d.! this year to do much abouti presented by the Farm Bureau Ji-hii-i.n. Rufus A. Margaret V. : .- J.quJa > .. Henry M.Ki.edoi. i r.. -, T' ;. : ,s.'J. L" ..
it has strength. Likewise, the Jr. Sheilds. Paul .. Joer.iown I l: .1' h"I." \I .
test and )1.1..11. Gi; ra'.dJali.o '
i apply lime. but .
Cattlemen JonSarah' Ellen $111111. Edward T. Jr. I.oland X I k- : A. .1. ,>tic I, Th 'y: :
are
l'y Ceo. T. Muggins it is not too late to start. even encouraging programs K--M. Vrra Emma Sii.-ov. ".-..ar M. M I.' .III. L'-r.-lt t i I K. ,r.rMinnie: 1. K-. i I II- p, i'la-i.1-: :: ,
that the Cattle busi- Kill Albert ,r \r .
help -" Crorge; Starling .1 P. I' IK-1-!
fOI i I -1 ii.,2et L.
next year. M.itiiniiiINi; i : ;:., :>
.. \ 'nJ.. |'. :Mann..N >. \\ .t.I :L .
County .\K 'ntUohlMTs $'ITt..lI. I'.ill C.Siilton. :M.itu. 100. Jeaiinitie C. ci..v.i., | I. I K. an i
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-- 1i.-re is a good example of an ness.Our 1.1i.ing-. "" n I... Margaiet SSweat. :M.iiii.nii Maru-n. : : -- I;. I ; I" :May M .1 Th'l": \\ ... I
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- I II" experiment last week. One of Associations have been I.> .fls. Florence Dorothy EllenSweat. :M.i n in. Henry
M.-d.rd. Leonard F. 1L.. ". '. \' \
.
actually .
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ulev
\ou ai < ;
I.Ih i. h.-iji
HUll Looset 1
our farmers was planning to use meeting jointly during the past M.-i'ord, Vera B.M'.rd. T.I\l I..r. I Laura E. I I'll ,;i.. \il. .
1. l -1t
MKI i -.\ i 4-7-5.: A soil test was made and' six months. The next meetingwill : W' "'. Thomas D. G. Piltman. I. K.

littlei .\Ki.ot-Kiiot in Hie (iardn" ? i; :M.-Fa-.hion JackMKelvy Thorpe. Kran.es W.Vaities. PIIKAll.., IT ;
: i. nan. f.tic some revealed that ho needed about be in the Garden Restaurantat Henry P. :\1:111111.1.tI..r. A------b.----- -
llhollell. I.
i 'If. i.ihbeis 1 alt loose on the It you are troubled with nema- :, ].:-.( ) pounds of lime per acre and 7:30: p.m. March 30. How M.-Kehey. Sylvia C. \'.. I:..l..rt II. IIIiMii. n. II.n r.. -,> .1|I II : -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --- .

;.I.uiiiusts.1lie.se todes in your home garden or inj:I because his soil was extermelylow about 'coming around and taking :Maddux.Merlin. Clara 4:.*.rge \VT-V.WileI,| \\.r.sula arr..n G GV S..,.!... I K. .. ... .
:?911IlI HiM .,
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rubbers are rats and your ornamental plantings, there in phosphate and potash. it part in these meetings'? M ur....Ollie \ ilkill"". Fi.n. .- ; III, .1. -. .i i i'I WHY PAY MORE
\I."' .11. Martiia': K.Miliir. \\ illiaiii-. i ; I.
it.ti they can chew a large.IiIK is a fumigan: chemic-al that will t 'I -Illp-l ,P. I fI I'
ilri.rgrPrr t\ ilhaniJI.H .\. .,
.. : out of your profits if they help you.The tonMiln. V\'illianjs, S-ti.i1 'l I I tllp-l I II
I iSelVi. d.i I I'I II
'i't 4Imtrolled. main drawback is that it 'io ri HI: 1111\1111111' { lit '1'- ( OMMI-..I< iit' .r. Jane \\ ,illiain-' T. E \ .\:., 1 11. Graves Home
llradfurd <'..iinl,, I'loriila M t- I I. II. li.l-. l- SiMil. \Vii.-on. Minnie M. \ \1.. \I Dairy

Li n kiiy. this isn't nearly as must be applied to the soil about'' li.-ll.. Giles... If.Mil. W'lmHi.,. h.irdVVoiier. \I I- ., I':

1 ui to ilo now asit once was. 10 11 before I.. a.vorslaii.e ilk ft'.4 "1 1'lori.l.i Malulr., I am handiuc >''u L..rl'\\ilh "--II. lsl. Ci ..I.l c. \\ I, I- .\ .' I Ivi
planting
to days ; of ii.lrrs uh.. areorilini t.> the rrci-lraliiin ln>..k... failed In lute in I \1U. .hell., Maggie ....\ I dol I Still Sells Grade A PasteurizedMILK25C
:N.".\ developments in th. field IIi..t I M--I.I.-V.' Edgar l>. I'rrrinrt 1-
seeds .u. .
or setting plants. clrrlUn in lil.'l and sho bnir failed to rrspund In i.i'.aI canNilr \\ :l1all. .. : .
I
: hut poisons[ now make it pos- ..." .! In :M*.*.rd,....*.. niili the ,,10.iir mentioned Mnlnle.n\ ..f I heIiidii.IuaI's I :Moi-ney....., .. AlfirlM (. rahaiitA \\ '-.1. \ \.
There arc two materials. one R. UM.II. I. .
rn.itln. II '1.
.. i.iy .
4-oulnined herein lie restored the
ithiiHr to ,
iinnie are may WilWll''' I I. \
-.tile tu t-ontrol the most sereieil ailed I>D and the other EDIt ,I I.l ....k* in a"..d ..liindiim ..|...n .s.t i I, ii.g thin ..I$i.r in itriliii:. "r : I.--n p.l.ikeMiullri. I'roiiBhtoii. K:.:t>eit, -,,". '., Qt
.,nd mouse infestations. I I.. 1..1'...... I Shirley M.Nrwfoinp II'' ''.ItgI4I.lI.: Naon.i \\ I'Ibl1 .'. 1
The I>D is more widely used. LfilaNewtotiie .i-ey Khn j ; D.l .

1.a.I.mix'd: Warfarin bait will They might be purchased under l're<'lurl ,... 1 Km I..n. Charles E. :\1.-1.\.. Eva I.M..etty I Perry C. l ''-ui-ei. Loin.. Irrrlsj ,... Ii _
Ni\ iai-e K.Stailinc.
do hi,; job for you. It is easy different ; I.a\\try Hurton, Ra M.Kiissry : G"orgE.. 'I I hrir'.sA1ttrII.
names. John II. E.nl:: :
I Anderson. AndrewAustin Earline II. Murrhee, Arthur F.Nettles. I : I..
-mil safe to ('. The bait is Nueent, Paul C. Th.. .. .
uS i- All.t
Be to consult dealerfor Inez Rebecca P. .
sure your I liansford II. Cutler Iai' I: ,' I, :

IIIK' out so that the rats can eat a few of the important pointsfor I I. A very.. David Marguerite J.Avery. L. Puller Sarah. Adelaide J.Campbell. JI'aml'.r. i'rr.Nit-hots.Gladys Jobnie E.Uentreet II. ("lIar.nnl'tte. B. S. C.Oiithiw. I'rrriinl Ni,. ;3 __ 1'.d.l.l'ud.l.1.F: ,.....,1'.:-, I' I : BUTTER MILK -- 20c QT.

I i' regularly:; In a few days youwill in the of tho OUllaThl'rl'sa V.Parker. llaiii|'tin _
success use 1-aker. Ernestine M. II.Ibunett. Casper C.Carney. Annie F lt.ntt '. i.:1. .
notice the supply i is not I Kichard D. Marion W.Catpenter. Etta Donald H.l'.rk.r. AdkinI: -ie I. "naAdklll .
going i material. It is not an expensive Ruth -. "I..h'.e| Criffin. \;; I'nrirr.
fast and willbe :I l-.lanchard.\ n on M. Planclie P.Cassels. I'arker. DorothyParker .... \It.. I'lIagall.
: as ChastainPatray. EutisAdklll We Deliver
away you that small Every Day
material in only a i lioan. Irene Kenneth Cordon L.I'lrk..r. 1', il.1
J. W.Paul. > Helen t:.
decrease in rat Idella C.
.
getting a home Brannl'n.farlha Ann C.eorgeeaii'.ey IlCr.r E: : .
amount is needed. For cary Kirt. William (;. '11..1 :Fliii. '
population We are glad; for you 1 I r.ranuen, "'. T. Ann 1-:. I'atel June V. l'e-k. I'.ifinien, E. J. J :
Allan
ar'lenI...e. you need no special (Charle Keba O. A. .
Prown Henry 'BKins A. ration K..I"\ .J., ., Ii. .
| .
I'rrlesV.. Kii.okuis.i II. E.Kri.wii. : \ Included
- .. rtmie bv for more information applicator other than something liruwn, I/tttie Mae c..pgins Sara A.Ct.hrii. ration. William A.l'ck 4'harlieV.A.P.'rdair. Kliz.il.etliMi : \: l1ag"'II.; 4 I. Sunday

about the use of Warfarin. We 1 Rucklex, Ila :Ma. Damp II.Cohens. jfieorce, Jr.rhillman. l ;\litdldl.lel. )...,.
i like a broom handle and a tea- i Iullard."Inctnt C.'arter. Clara Loea KeltPieffer. P.-ri-y. EI"L1"" .u .ii Marx I Ii.lIIgIr .. ;\ I..il. I..l.. I h.1lit. .
Pi.pe. Clara II-ll : I'ewey I,
.'..
Bertha May
AAAAAAAAA&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAFRIGIDAIRE spoon. Tlaney G. .I..lllan.a'k Jr. Pri.Marie K. 'I'-IIKB. William, I... to-it. \\ t d. .: ROUTE 2. BOX
202 STARKE.
I ck. Alva C. Ci.lley. Martha( 1-. Pokertellrr.. Alfred .. :\lu"II" ,:.... FLA.
I'n.'alli.! C.l.lflle. I IMIWillie, Jhay. .
still Treat hug l'w> Of Lime I Cc.niiertThomas IT.Conner. Piker .,.,
I.....k: I'.osa C.cnv I.ewi.- I 0.1 fl. J II
Dr Hobeiston a soils chemist Laura Irby J.Cm.pcr. Pollet. ihirll'Yr.:: : KifiiMaii.in J. L. .T l >.n. ,z.tI ..al.I ". Nt't s.'"". I \\ PHONE S3 FOR SERVICEOR
-hard Dorothy W.Coopfr. l'ope. Henry D.l.tt.ll. ,
\\'f..nl. Lt :0"I Ill I I. .
-i I I'm c :\1
Kav Vrrnon Ru h.idK.I.I. In.if: A.
A-uh the Florida Sta- I
Experiment
Sadie F.l'I.Ifllnl. (.. HobertCi.npfr Johnl'r.'stofl. IIz, .
r.iwford. S.t'rite. I .\!fr..l SH.i.l I IM.ind l-'ii..l.i, 31.I. t \\01'- I STOP OH TRUCK 1)RIVERl
non. j-avs that many times the Thomas J. James U Thesoidus I Nathil: I .. I I.1 K. I' :land l I I. \ !II. I'I' :-:1111! 1\ .". \ I.T. I.
TilE KESTKNOWXNAME i-iawfuril.: Willie I ..11..... Mary T.ryan Rerta F'. .. 1. I j f.. !., ..
most important and the cheapest| Kn.ld.1E ]I' -I-MI: M.I.-
C.Pu.kett.
Citvinuton. ('larenr PricElie -
I et.'ws. Lacy C. I:,. ii..I.I. :-: ,: I' : 'J ', .1.- I. \I 0"J; :: : -
IN ELECTIUCREFIWEIATION nutrient to take care of in your s'rWi. MarrhaI'rew Crawfi.rd. Ar-sula C.Crawford. Elaine T.Puckett.
'. Craver E.
.Toe Hewitt (
William
fertilizing program l is lime. In I |I'a\'j"*. KdwardVash Crawfi.nl. Otis J:-....... Dorothy
RANGES: many rases more of the material I IwvK Jl'rryliUer Crawford. P.uhJ.. Kewis. W. D
Washington, T.. Crews, Ethel M. R..l,ertsoii. Joe
Iln'is.
WATER HEATERSAIR you apply to your soil is available, lemps Ost.? n Ciews, Henry ('. Roe. Leo G.Rogers. ,

CONDITIONERS when the soil is limed. There! is'| |IPiII"ii-, I'aul L.T"> .'r.'s."irltinia I.ouis H. l
I Crosby. InezCrosby. l>.,,sier. Maggie M.
WASHERS & DRYERS also less leaching of the materials Jr.liofl... Jack C..r- Nelson F Rowe. Leonard C.Royal. .

when the soil is in condition tO | nelinus Ciimmines, (,harl." II. Wilbur F. If own one of these cars. '
Minnie (dimming- John A. Kins., Cecil I... you
properly use them. Dixon. i .
Jet; The Best For Less j Florence aniels. lionnieDavisnn St. John. Edwin II.St .

A soil tl.'st"Ill tell you ifi F..1 wards. Mamie ].(.\1 Olga Rita John. Mary P.
AtSmith's I Iyour Fanning. Imrothy Ma Havisoii. Robert Co. Salvi.; Lena :U.S. .
soil needs lime. We are'
Fuquay. Agnes Heaver. James W. hU111a'her. Louise ,

glad; to uiscuss this program with 1 eiger. Mabelleiieiper. Heaver Myrtle T. It.Siott. .

GaragePUIGID.AIRE you and to help you determine t, oinver. Wr.Edward L. 11.u..Obt'y l>..:';..... Rosa CellHeSue. .. Wilbur Lillian A.Sssion B.Siott. .. i,

;: your needs. Soil testing is a |:l r.riffis Iloncile F.r.riffis. Solomon ". AndrewShutt. ; : '
Curtis T. lieSue. Tiny Daisy S.
Soils .
service Department
free ty the
nllIh A.Sieg. .
; I r.riffis James L. (0 i iv Dolllr !Shutt
at the Experiment Station. ElIza 1'ixon. Crete C V M.Siee. I

Sales and Service 'i Aim For High Corn YirUN 1 I droves Hartley. Hoc C. I >MM.line. Dorothy B. Ruby B. 4.
'I Harll"Georl'i.* t'owlin. 1J Jr Silcox. Koy t

WI SenireU Makes of In 1946 a scientist Dr. George Elizabeth Dowling. Mari i ie J.t'1bw11u5. Singtun. Lan "tm :

?o'. E.DriKRers. Sirrains. Alma N.Slocuni. ; ::
EIO'C'trl'appUanrj: ; Scarseth. published an article entitled Ilinkl" nplorf'Q.W.E. Lonnie. r.. FrancesSmall. I -

606 X Temple Ave. ":300\ Bushels or Bust." He H Hinkie...(lKe:; >. Kay Condra G. l-riskell DurellImnawav Cleveland

set forth some practices he Holder. Oliver H. G..rS9 .Small. RIchard V. ei 11USD *
1'IIOXK 1 0TtYYYYYYTTTYYVTTYYVTTYTJ Clavton Kieth Karly: ('1"0 Smith. John WtOI I' 54 1455t1 :
would 1 be necessary to Kmir. ;\11'1'1'J'.eth PIKKM'KL
bought Eirlv.Vlll Smith. LOW
;
1nIil"r. Mads g
1 p
L. t. tow PRICf (AR B
!Starling. Henry
Ti-hieve folks ICIierle. Edward
this goal and) many I.ViIlie J. i j
Irene
i i ),....'arlh) Leona IF.I ChristianEKfile. Starling.Stubb. RessieSullivan. __ .. .
I In L"uiEdwards. >" -
I Maefile Ola .
inning. .
r Martin. Phyllishr.llllia. Evelyn M.Edwards Rvrta J.. .
I. ; -
J.S. Sullivan Dorothy '
:\ Kittle "W.Vwii.m EdwardOliver .1. Jr. $Sullivan Harold B. I : : .. c :' -. : ,
\ Patsy
Sumlin. Fannie TV.Sumlin. II
Karr Win. D
Jim A.Vnrman. .
New-Min. Farrelly. C. C. William E. I
O. N. p
Fillvaw. Herbert I. Sumner Alex: C. 't15 \
Vnrman, Leroy
P.lrUins Fleming. PaulF.'rili. Sumner. F. Frank
\.rman. Thelma Surr-noy Woodrow i 4'4' e-
Eva MaeI'hiI1ip' J) C.Praiier. xaa w C ( I
Ethelrmn.T. Georec Jr.l.'ut.'h 'V.Swindall. 1 K $ tilr' / la/ I iU 1tI.
Alfred E : BettePwindall

Louise. Sarah 0.Sherman. I-iines. James }t."e %. L1 .. ii
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W. Cillnn.iv, M. lva C'. Hon <
-iiiii'r VirdiKrnnie ]...e Taylor John. \ :
r .\\ er<. IdaT'vatt. 3
Taylor OThijriin. >
Wallace A.
4 ;' ;a..r.
Machine I.izzle .: \'in.- leister .1 i i I : :
Sewing Operators Ulldol|>h V. .
|1'\ :'" Plo .
i-\n..liK Jack ILKinden. 1.1\\11'; ". Linnie MaeGoodwine. Tliomas. : "I 1 .
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L. i Naomi Thomas. J ;" |.L; .1 :
I.amar .
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Cn.rdon. IorrisIarie: Thompson. \ .t.Thornton
'I'h'tdt'n O. S. E. Jr. I :: i- .' .
i.r.l"ii. Thomas 1954 MODEL
Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES I KIM Miltoni.hrt roralh'lina: :M.C.raliam. May'l'hornton I 1953 MODELlOWPRKE :- .

*. Eva Mae FL.renoe T.Iie.M. W I ,.15, -- .. 1955 MODELLOWPRICE
t.t. "-.n. JosephI Ti.lhert. EiM.! 1OiPRIC CA
KennethGreen. CAR A .. .
18 THRU 35 .iite Thelma L. Tucker Ella :\1-l i CAR'A"it'll

K.e., Eal.M.r. Kl,,yd E.Marjorie Gr-er.: Orase RayGriff Tyson Joe ;i !
T. i-. Addie 1.. Mail. Ruth I' .
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Company Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital 1 I:..-i..r. Kudolph Britt GnffiGeorge GriffiGeraldine: F. VTainwright C. An. .- ; JI

Insurance, Paid Vacations and Others :-: If'l'. .ioe.. Gnffi. James .\ "'"in.right.I': ,
-< HIIL! J lm Shipman .
Griffi: ,". Lillian t:. Jr.Walk..r..
Si"r.iadys Evelyn MeHin H. T. I .
Griffis U. .
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APPLY AT OUR OFFICE 'i-. ". -. Harry L.Sil. srirri.. Othma A. Walker Margai l: .. _
I .v. EddieSing GriffiI'auline. M. Ward. Annje M i- _
10TII & CHURCH STREETSBIG ,..
tarv. Clyde
GriffiSam; M.Guffis. Washington. Roos.-- 4*
Ell,ward Mrs. TVesGiiffiths. veltWaters. I_ I

-'"arl.: Jesse Lee Albert C James
':iiiit. h. Cary E. Gimter, Willis U C. Watson. HildaWeaver.

DAD Manufacturing Co. Smith. ''..'orKe W. UoII.rUle M.Hall. Orvn A.
-'M "uli. Kichardi Dora Mae Webb, Edward J.
< ii i hilt Doyle 11.11. Jimnile JhlIaml'I. \i>bti. Veda Mae

Kilward: ..... BessieElizabeth Wbite. Kite
Slarke Fla.RCA -- .1 line. J-n-ell i
White Irene trade
to
--''.tI'I"ii '11 UK.<:. I'aul l.ijs Idolla ll.iink.Ir..nelIon'.k. Betty Whit Williams ins. Madge Clarence: S. pay you now

"tie. Clyde
Williams. Leroy
'., "IK. Minnie Robert L Williams. Moses
I
-II "110.'. \V. J. Harden. Earnest t'. Williams Sam

-n. _-__ Iiai- -_.-__- : _-_ .. ,: _-,' :::::__:!. -- :. : -,- 'i h..ni.v.n., | Shad Viola II.n Jr.Harper.. Williams, Teareather
.i-.n. Raymon A. B.Williams..
r .tiii.kin-i., .ett1a HarriMoses Walter R.
'r ii ii.-i Willie Jurner ll.-rlontr. "'. F. Williams. Willie Lee for a new 1956 PLYMOUTH

\\ iMi.-k Birdie II.., natnlez LouisFrank Willis. D. Ester
n irn.M-k. William R.Warn. Winkler. Merry A.

-- = ----- ... k. Willie III.-key. Mamie E.lli.lsondolph. Wood. Martha .P. I,
---. \\ il-r-. ll-rschel I Willie Yarliigh: Earnest i

I Whitley. Tommie Lee i Howard. Owen J. 3.Yarbrough. iI I
[I \\ Ilk"r ."n. John Howaid. Thomas L. Ida V.

VVilk "r-"ti. WesleyVu'ii'.on. Hunter. Rosa Lee.laikMin. Perhaps you haven't bought a new model (If pay you to buy a new 1956 Plymouth NOW.
Own ,,
I Myrtle I'rrrinrl \ 3 -

I \\\"llki.II..alt..r, Donald E. Jan iirviIteulah i '. Edmund P.J. \otdi"on.>nrlhl.lrkr Monroe I your present make of car because you've been Your present car i is at the peak of its trade-in


I I I VVint.Hurnell Hilary ILi JohnJosephine.I..I0".n. Alice F. Allen..Anders Andrew Joseph Z. I disappointed at how little that car has changed value today, and right now you'll get a money-

i WI"I. Mildre.l E.v .|.>hi>-.n. James Atkinson, CoreneMkinion. i

Ya '
.r..ua-h. Jennie .loll. }'. Palmer F. Barker Carl J.

MaudeVni.ri.uBh. .lolley. Vauline I'.arker. 1.11;is.- price car this i is PLYMOUTH and it'll dealer's. See him today-you'll be glad did.
Nellie 1C.i .!"""-. Ada G. Patten. Robert J. year you
i V n I.n.iiith. Noah .lone*. Ann B. Bell. Louise E. I
rrrrini-l '0. Z .,.loneElizabeth M. Bell. Raymond U.
'..rth ...iarketCuijr. Jones George T. Black. R. L. .

John ..lone.lanette Priest Boytes Joe M. ,
I!, MI.-I-I. Julia W.'l.i. J..III')1"C'k C.Villiani. Brown. Clarence IL I

I I \ ithi. Albert .1..n,.<. \ C. Pryant. R. F. II
II
M.lii.lirl.eola Jordan. James W. Buroh Chas. V. I

II :: MilriilK; .'. William ..I.'rdall.I .1. Burdett. H. S. I
\II. n I'l.inchen : Jordan. \\'. T. Burdett. Margaret K 1I
\!! Krvini "" '.ru..". A. G. Bush. Ceo. I
i d 11..70. r'-.l.bie O. KIIIK:. Gloria F. Caines, Woots TV' .lr.
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\lv ., ../. Herbert Mfm. Ka..I""iH..I..II Carter. Joe'haml.ers. ,
I! V'x .r.-z. Mollie C. "....11. Carolyn E. EtliM, ..'
Victor 17-inch Thrlflon. Lowest \ Rr.z. R. L. Keniiedv. Edna MarieK (Chambers i r.:

; \"....1'-. l.t-roy 'is.. Gloria r.KIIIK. Chandler. c I'.
priced RCA Victor TV! Cabinet 37 a: l .\ nil-rs. Marie :. Walter M.Xlik Chandler IMCoker.
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smaller than previous table modelsftsclose ; \.hl"., -..". n. A. Fli.renre CKirkpatritk. Edith I
\'I.r-n. Robert J. l Jack M Coker, n.it.; \\
to vsall! "Hidden Panel" Tuning con \'i.terMin. Samuel J. Ktt... Harold Cu\f. Ch.irlM

ceols controls on top. New Balanced I \-.it.-,, s :Mary 1:. Klondes Hazel IreneKnieht. ('ol..man1.: ..". }'.
\: hie Isaac S. Charlie S. Collier. \VColson '
Fidelity Sound. Ebony finish. Rollarud: 1 1' C't"rt. William W'. Kreiner. Audrey I'-.ir- v

stand, extra. Model 17S6022. ': It: ",-.-11. Ezra O. Louise I '. ml\r.-' II'. .
".'11\'. Elizabeth! Kreiner. Edward El I z..tet 10Demp .
I'.-.11 l! Arthur IL Thomas >-y. V;. j z ; \ : ;
ilL,! I'.iith P. 1 ''I..... Harry W. AjerDowling. I \ ;,;;_ :_--" I II II
$159.95 ,
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!, '..It.! John IL l..iti.u-r. H. Y.I. Downing( ci 1 < r. : .' 1 '. I
I' .. ;,,- Albert L. .. .
T. I. 1-I1Z:1 4 to Downing. Tli.Ethridge. 111. I "
'' .in--. ;.-.rge L AmiMargaret WEthendge ..... ..:
I. I.lJd"n I I... P tr. \\
: '--.. K.iipu n. Jr. 1 izct'tt. Katie N.nhard. Ferguson. Euget.., I iJlHil !
-.iril. I.. p. I .-. Fred Francis. F. E. I t

TV Service11 1'.. 0.: I.. lori J.-,,"har" Margaret Fran.-is, PaulinP L- :
KMKalph P. Jackson r-rktnf. Charlie I- I i I
''. .n.ff. netty Los! I...hr. George IV. Geiger LeroyGeiger. I : '

'' Mn-t.! : Kossie l..hr. Rose C. Mamie: A. I ... .. ,
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II II. ti Samuel 1."we. Julia Mae Gill. Lois E.Cillenwaltere. i t

i i"' i. ui.urn. Eveleaner: M.-Fashion. Cus ,
Work Guaranteed Free Estimates 1 fl... kbiirn. RIley L. M.'Gee. Mary Lou Madeline i I
I it.t: ii. Dorothy )M.-intire Arline TMclntire OilliarJ. Wm. H. ONLY PLYMOUTH'S NEW THIS YEAR. In a NEW PUSH-BUTTON DRIVING-PI .mouth.3 PLYMOUTH GIVES YOU MORE VALUE for

Fully Equipped ... DependableAll !, .Ii.V.! Gladys Joseph C. E.; W.
EvelynI'rnttv. M-lntire. Melvin JM. Gllsson.Clisson. Marion year of otherwise "warmed-over" car alone in the low-price three A i41- your dollar with feature) such as elec- I.

Makes and Models !i IV ..igW., oJ. .L.X. tntire. KesinaldM.Kinnon.. J. B. W. GodJin Goddin Jonnie Bernadine W. styling Plymouth brings you tomortive mechanical control Push-Button tric windshield wipers Safety-Rim ;

t. ..wn. Grace :M.-Peak. CaroMcPeak. Gordon. A. J. row's styling today in its all-new Drive is the safest and easiest ever wheels, twin-cylinder front brakeAerodynamicDesign.Plusthebigget

':r..wn.Edwards Lillle :Manire.. Louise William L. Gordon.EliaabethCraves. Nellie designed Optional on all 29 new that the other i low-price cars don't .
CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV
"Ir.n.:. ..-k '. Loren Lewis C.\. Marks.Martin Tom Mickey Graves.. Ethel William ? size of any l low-price car. Plymouth model Try it I have. See the NEW Plymouth today ;

'I' 'U1. B. U Ma-i.n. Margaret !S. Griffin. Ida B.

Radio Seat Covers '''vs'i. I..>uie Belle M'lvin. Hattie C.MIl' Griffis. Dean H. t. PDC
-- Upholstering
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!:: \ m. K.iymonJ. B. Harold W.Mill Griffis Evelyn \ ..
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