Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 18, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:03374
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: ; : Prisoners Riot Couple Jailed Driver Pleads

LAV.t. : Public HearingOn L." .___ I ..." In Dope Theft Guilty On One


Gas Utility uneasy calm returned to the State Prison at Raiford I From Drug StoreA Count In Death

I--Th before noon Thursday after a disturbance that ended with
Ma: W T .lai'
__ .in kson went on
one prisoner dead. 11 others hospitalized and a large .- NV'.
When Night Patrolmen Riley Sweat (left) and F. F :Mil.s ..pottt"d -e nd Tuesday tt ihe City Council meet- group placed in the flat top as leaders of the agitation. .,? .-imp inIOn are being youth and his girl: I Domtlii 1 Frank':: :.s'! nl>
tis held
night Hampton
as favoring a in coun- pleaded
an ob\i
last: Thursday, they had a hunch the dri\er might he hauling moon. takes the final plunge into the the cause of the disturbance when some prisoners, after and entering: a local drug; j negligence" week -ViilpibV:
shine. They were absolutely right. The) gate chase and overtook gas utility business. breakfast Thursday morning, refused to leave out on their ; '. stor and stealing narcotics I an automobile operation( .:

Htnry Lee Shaw of West Palm Bww-h just south of Peggy tracks on Members of the Council took a I usual road gang assignments. While still inside the I II I valued at around JS50. I death of Mrs resuming! m U-1:

I'. S. 301. .\ fceurch mealed 40 fi\e-gallon tin ran* filled with ntoon- | dim view of the Mayor's suggestion prison fence. they began to desert their squads and congregated I II The couple -- George E. Gilbert j i on April 6 on U.Hattie Let- H -'i-n:

ohinechlskey that Shaw Mild he wu.. hauling to O.keechol He ua> 1 since it was pointed out in the ball park. Some were armed with bottles. :!2. and Aline [arsifsev. IS .i'! Starke. s. 301 south /

arrested, spent the night In Jail ht'rej and was released Friday under .j that the City had already signed clubs and similar weapons, but nb fire arms. Duringthe i had been staying at a' rooming: '1 This

$.>OO hondo Mayor's: court :Monday the shine-runner appeared, : contracts with the Houston Texas disturbance they "tore up" the canteen and did other I! house here about two weeks un an information was one of two rount .

pleaded guilty a* charged and forfeited bond. Monday afternoon I Gas and Oil Co. for distribution property damage. der the name of Mr. and Mrs. j' Attorney T. E. filed! by Stat "

Mayor W. T. Jackson and police officers hauled the shine to the city'sdisposal | of natural gas as a city utility The injured prisoners were fired upon by guards when Lynch. \; Slade with Duncan charging

plant where it was dumped. : when and if it is piped to Florida. they started making a drive on the east gate leading from The break-in occurred about 1 suit of the manslaughter fatal as a re.

I Mayor Jackson signed the con : the ball park into a court adjoining the dining room and I II a.m. Saturday when the couple j second count, to accident. Th.-

Stevenson Speaker. Here Saturday It I tract at a Council meeting on kitchen. Prison officials believe the rioters intended to I gained entrance to Howard's I pleaded not which SUdr
; guilty.
April 17. "take over" the kitchen and prepare and eat food and Drugs & Prescriptions on Temple I:' of operating the accused hiII''

j The Mayor explained that since "generally run things." The leaders forced other unwilling I Ave by breaking out t& panel on I fytnvi.i"Circuit vehicle "wh.-!

Rally In Lake City Next TuesdayA that time he had done a lot of prisoners to join them.: a rear door and reaching.- insida j j!i
Judge John
to trip the lock. A H
I The Mur
thinking_ on the subject and decttte&1 !: KENNETH narcotics I
I ELDER. BHS Sen who
A South Carolina Congressional he South. i d that the putlic should bij cabinet was entered by removing 'I jphree presided over th.-

leader wrll make a whirlwind tourof Rally At Lake City j given a chance to be heard before Partin Resigns } Plant I of lor the athlete 1956: track was elected captain I i s'rews from the hinges and tak:. ; dered spring term here this wt't'kr
Highlands team last
week j a
the 8th Congressional District i Governor Stevenson himself will: 1 the city went into anything r Elder ing off the door. pre-sentence investigation
also |
this Saturday (May 19) in behalf'bring his campaign to this area |I I a: big as the proposed $300,000,BHS Post Fort ,I in football. The young man and his com- ; live be conducted by a represents

)f the candidacy of Adlai Stevenson -I'Tuesday night May 22. when he | system of gas distribution mains. r pinion were spotted as they left of the State Parole Comnito

as the Democratic Party's 'will appear at a rally to be held j lIe said that in recent conversations Eustis Position ;Extends ScheduleTo I Baseball the drug store by Night Patrolmen ,; sion before sentence is passed

presidential nominee. I In the city park at Lake City, Tourney I In the
I with several business people Riley Sweat and E. F. :Miles only two rases that
The Congressman. Rep. William starting at 8 p.m. 1 he had heard expressions of con- who were cruising in the patrol 1 actually came to trial Woodrow
Jennings Bryan Dorn, will be accompanied -I Benmont Tench Jr. of Gainesville Charles S. Paitin Jr. principalof Seven Days ear The officers i Ross, Negro was found!
t i I fern over this proposed step by lEnds Here recognized the not guilt \
this District's state director of the Stevenson Bradford High School since Today i of
by the city. I couple and later arrested them at forgery, and Fred Roark Wa..
in Congress. Rep. Billy il for President campaign, an 1 t Jackson 1917, has resigned his position II I the rooming house where the I found not guilty of an information
:Matthews of Gainesville. i nounces that motorcades are being: expressed doubt over here effective June 30. to acceptthe I I The Highland Plant of Humph- stolen dope was found for grand larceny
what he The on the bed i
termed the ,
city's "coaii J
Rep. Dom will begin his alldaytour planned to converge on Lake City: prmcipalship of Eustis High ,ieys Gold Corporation went on a championship game of the in two cigar boxes. Ian. ell
i peting with itself" since it would !' Class A. Group 3 I They took DeSue, Negro. pleade
from School in Lake County. He will .feven-days baseball tournament -
of the district at 10 a.m. with population centers through ,, per week schedule effective the man into I
guilty (
: 1 still be In will be I I custod.but. at th-v after previously
the electric
business -
played pleading
utility ( here
an appearance at Maccclenny. lie cut this area. Starke will be report for duty there on Monday May 14. for the first time this afternoon time the officers not
i while also j ( arrived the girl j guilty) to a breaking and
Friday) at
distributing gas. 2. ,fc'nce ii started o'clock.. The en
the cities July
will speak in Starke at 11:15 a.m., among represented by a operating April 1, was already
and in Lake Butler at noon. Other motorcade. Tench said. lie said he wondered if it would H. P. Morgan Bradford County : 1955. Prior to this the plant had I (group tournament got under way an knocked out from | theft tering charge in connection win:
I bo It ; I j;yesterday (Thursday overdose of the drugs and of pecans from the Brown
Gov. Stevenson profitable venture for the operated a ) when Paxon i
the district will will be introduced five-day week.
.ops superintendent
public they did t lee
I j played Fletcher not move her until later j & Chasteen Warehouse
city under these conditions. instnlC-j at 1:30. and Bolles last
complete the day. at the Lake City rally by Rep. I tion said yesterday that E. S. Beebe, superintendent of met |! The officers said that fall. A
I I i Ketterlinus Gilbert pre-sentence
; The Mayor out the at 3:30.: Outcome investigationwas
pointed j
Rep. Dorn a Greenwood S. C. Matthews. He will come to this I cancy here has not yet been filled L 1 the Highlands Plant, said that the admitted the
theft ordered
construction of the I of these games was not known and stated that by the court.
the area from Tallahassee where he gas system j |longer work atpress [
tanner, was youngest Repre. although his office has had sev- week is due to the increased he and the had
xentative and State Senator in will meet with the Florid.1 State here is contingent upon Fedt'ral' eral for the demand for for ilmenite time, but the two winners'II girl been taking( Three state prisoners Carl

South Carolina before he went off 1 Cabinet and address a civic club Power Commission approval of applications position. tl.(' E. I. duPont de Nemours & at I'will battle it out this afternoon.' dope for several years, starting | Thomas Henry, Roman N. Man-

to fight with the 9th Air Force in luncheon. He will fly from Tallahassee 1 i the pipeline plan. Starke will be Prior to coming to Starke nine pigments plants in Delaware. Co. Fans are invited to come out and ,' with smoking marijuana when he j kowski. and Billy Jo Webb

Europe in World War II. After landing at the Lake City I 1 I required. along with other cities j years ago. Partin was assistant: In I|see some good baseball. Admission was about 15. : peaded guilty to escapes from
1 I principal of the P. K. Yonge going the seven-day workweek is 25 Previous to the
his discharge from service he airport! at 4:30 p.m., where he will 1 signing gas contracts to give !I the and 50 cents. j theft the glr'i i road gangs in this county and
ame back to become one of the I be greeted by a reception com : evidence in the hearings to show : Laboratory School of the University joins its older Highlands operation Paxon eliminated DuPont la.vt had obtained several prescriptions' received sentences of six month.
of Florida in Gainesville. He sister plant, Trail i week, Fletcher | for diiaudid in
voungest members of the U. S. !mittee. After the evening: rally'I I that there is sufficient demand i : Ridge which has eliminated BHS, small amounts ]; to be added onto the terms the
I of the Union Junior operated "around Bolles eliminated from local
was principal St. Joe and Ket physicans. She had are
Congress. He is regarded as one I he will head for Jacksonville and I here to warrant building the pipe the clock" since its j : currently servinsn..nrv: got
of the most promising younger i resume his campaign tour of Flor-' line.. He said that a public hearing High School and Campbellton here in 1949. establishment terlinus eliminated Green Cove, altered one of these prescriptionswith an additional 12 months for a

I .aden of the Democratic Party in I II Ida. I! such as he proposed. would. High School. both in Jackson I however the In recent months I Springs in the sub-group games. ink eradicator and is said'' second escape charge.
!! County prior to serving five dry mill at Trail Only four teams can compete in a'croun to have forged a prescription In'
j give the city the necessary evi- j in the thE: I Ridge has run only five days pei.. tournament.Wind Gainesville. The Donald Lyons_ .pleaded .ftnitv.,_m; _.. .on....
Rat Poison Causes Funeral Friday I dence it would need for this hearing years Army. During week due to the n -- I r pr'scriptiomwere i F a breaking and entering 'hall' '
I 'I. term he was tc fact that thE! I i in the *
'. ; j past appointed I I.1 I'p Seasonij name of Mary Lynch,. in connection with
For P. dredge Li theft of ,
P. Woods temporarily
In I I serve as a delegate to the White: working i I The Tornadoes wound their Federal narcotics agents werE' from
I accordance with his lo- pa'1 > up Wilbert Johns'
< .
Death Of Elderly request ;' ; or' area which t Service
Father I i House Conference docs iiol 1: hvri early! i. the
of Mrs. Lawson I the Council put the Mayor "on on Education' j j yield enough ilmenite ;(rtKuIar season Tuesday when they week in.'eiti-" Station.' Sentence was
to I post
i in Washington, D. C. keep thE! .went to Ocala. gating the
i This case and took
was ;
| record" as favoring hear. I{ mill! game poned.I .
Brooker WomanMrs a public I dry busy on a full time sche. ,
I Pearson Peeples Woods &5. died I; ; lag, but took no action otherwise. i Mr. Partin will be accompanied dule.i j for the boys to have a little fun. narcotics into custody.State's I Sam Brewton. Negro, pleaded

in a local hospital Thursday. May i to Eustis by his wife, Melba, who C i [ opelou' ls was the catcher. Rush- ; Attorney T. E Duncan I i'i guilty to assault with intent

Louella L. Compeau. 71. 10, after an illness of severel I Starke : has been a member of the high I ,I Twenty-five additional employ.. ton 3rd baseman and Davis 2nd said yesterday that the couple''I i commit murder in to
Native ees were added connection with
lied at her home near Brooker riontlw.Mr. school faculty here and their to the Highlands C i baseman -- just to show how the i will be arraigned in Circuit Court t ; the shooting of James

*me time before dawn Monday Wood, was born at Ridge Plans Expansion | son, Buster Mrs. Partin has I lengthened j i payroll with work the advent of the t,. lineup was juggled. Edwin Johns.I here Monday morning. If they ;: also colored His attorney Robinson asked
:as the result of consuming a land S. C. on Feb. 9, 1871 and ; accepted a teaching position ini I 'I..er cent of week. Twenty pitched and did the coaching, giv- plead not guilty they will be tried I of a pre-sentence Im'e..
quantity of rat poison. was the son of the late Joshua and For Tampa Electric i the elementary school at Umatil- 'workers these were skilled I irp all the signals. The Tornadoes at an early date, Duncan said which was granted. :igation

County Judge T. A. Yawn visited Elizabeth! Horton Woods. He was la. near Eu. tisSpring in the maintenance department got beat 6-], but had a lot of fun. Clifford
1 At a recent meeting of the Florida and 80 Moultrie. Negro. withdrew
/. retired farmer and had made his per cent were in Oe-ala garnered 10 hits as the locals Co. B Will .
the Compeau home, accom the Parade a plea of
; non-skilled not .
Engineering Society. A. Darby guilty t>
category. n
: All
home of could
with his
daughter Mrs. only 5 off
: Ewell manage their .
panied by Dr. T- C. Ritch. after Jones. mechanical engineer with them were employed from boy On Armed charge; of assault with Intent' to
Luwson. at Starke for the past 12 Football the Watson. Sid Doah hit a home run Forces Day
notification of the death. and I commit
the Starke murder
years He was a member of the Tampa Electric Company. difr area and were trained by for Ocala. in connection with
said no inquest was necessary as First Baptist Church. cussed plans of the company for the company before going on the Company B. 74Sth Armored I the shooting of Ulysses King. and

it was obvious that the woman Ber.'des! i tremendous expansion in the near job Monday.The Thursday of last week the Tor- Ordnance Bn.. Camp entered a plea of guilty "f
his Blanding. ag
daughter here he is jnadoes! beat
had consumed the poison. possibly future. Mr. Jones also disclosed: Practice Game Lake City in two viII participate in the i eravaed:: assault The court '
survived by another daughter Mrs. new additions Armed a< -
bring the : extra innings
a score of 6-5
by mistake. :plans of the company to convert 1 total in Forces Day Parade cepted the guilty
A. B. Walker of Savannah Ga., number of employees at both a sub-sub I be held in I plea tn the
Judge Yawn said from the I !'to the use of coal for fuel which : group tournament game. J Green Cove Springs lesser count and
appearance and one son James Lee Woods of 'Humphreys plants to around 375. Curtis McGee r on Armed I j! pre-sentem-e Investigation
of articles in the kit Savannah. Ga.; two stepdaughters ,: recent studies have determined to H j: Set For Friday Total annual payroll will now be monad, but was relieved started on the Forces Day Saturday May 19. i, was ordered.
I i in the 3rd
<:ohen Mrs. Compeau apparently .' Mrs. Gladys Pricher, Plant I be more e-Gnomical for use by ::approximately 1500000. Before inning by Randall Davis. ,' Many types of Army equipment Herbert Prescott was arrangedand
the and went I '1 Tampa Electric than any other |Highlands who was will be displayed by Co. B in the': pleaded not t
:arose during night City, and Mrs. Eva Barrington. Ft. : i went on a seven the master the guilt A
: fuel. The coal will be Spring football practice at BHS; day rest of the way parade. of
brought to charge
to the kitchen for a drink of r Meade; and three stepsons, Carl week the yearly payroll | possession moonshine
was esti receiving credit for
will the
Tampa be climaxed with win. Bill
water or something to Douglas, Winter Haven't'; ,'e)' Went Kentucky coal I an exhibi- mated at $1,250,000.Effective Alderman again the 1st Lt. Rodney P. Hall is Act- I liquor. The case was set
football was offensive
Scraps of bread: .at.1 Douglas Plant fields. | game tonight (Friday)) I absence of for trial Thursday May 21
paper City; and Gene when the Tornado April 30. Humphreys star, batting in the tying run and I Capt. Joseph H. John-
and a tube containing the rat L Douglas Fort Valley, Ca. Mr. Jones is the son of Mr. and I into squad divides: j employees received 'j;scoring the winning ing Unit Commander during the '
the "Reds" and the pay increases run. Glen
j poison were found in the kitchen I Funeral services were held in the 1 Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones! of Gaines. I Ivlle. for a battle at "Greens"I: of SIX. seven and eight cents Reddish also figured heavily in the', ,son, who is attending the Armored; [ Recent BirthsThe
royal Bradford sta.
Judge Yawn said. The fatal ingredient First Baptist Church Friday aft- I : and is a native of Starke. j dium. Although this Isn't exactly hour, depending on their Job class per scoring. Gus Ko'pelousos and Reddish I Officers Refresher Course at Fort:;

in the poison was phosphorus moon at 3 'clock with the pastor After graduating as Salutatorian,I : ifications. It is the stood out Knox Ky. Bradford County Hospital
football defensively also.
weather. Coach Lennard t policy of the ,;
; in the opinion of Dr I I t I eL.. D. Haines._ officiating U H-----O._ |I at from Riverside Military. Academy, Register promises a good. hard- company to make a wage survev I Last Friday the Tornadoes Dlav.l.|' Co. B is making preparation, for :, announces the following births
Ritch. j Following services here Gainesville Ga. receiving a -j Summer Field Mr. and Mrs.
the fix John
body i fcught game for those who like every months and to adjust it I ed Fletcher in the sub-group Training at Fort Patrick Casey -
was taken to Ridgeland, S. C.. science degree he travelled for two i wage scale to game Stewart Ca.. 1-15. of Stirke. a John
The woman's husband Alfred football and aren't equal or better than and are still July son. Patrick
'where | particular about t wondering how ;
services were held I years with Lykes Bron SteamshipCo. other higher they I Cai-y, Jr., May 10.
J. Compeau said he heard her in Saturday the season. pay companies in this I |got beat. Randall Davis atartedthe
the kitchen tturing the night but afternoon at 3 o'clock with inter- After this he attended theUniversity area. I on hill Absentee Ballots ;' Rev. and Mrs. W. S. McAliley of
'I and
Some 45 was
superb all the
'ment boys have
of Florida been practicing
In -
the College
family plot in Ridge- Starke a son, David Carl,
thought nothing of it and went May 11Mr.
lland Engineering and during this j daily for the past five weeks way. except for the 6th inning .
Cemetery. perlod and Mrs.
back to sleep. Upon awakeningMonday Co. C when he Persons who to be Delbert Green ottarke.
made '
did I getting ready for the Re-schedules a couple of mis- awavfrom :
I DeWitt C. Jonert Funeral Home design work in the field of game and a daughter. Carron Gail
morning he found his [4 was in charge of local air conditioning and plant expan- ;hoping to make the team next fall. I Weekend takes. Randall struck out 10 batters home on May 29. date of May 12.
wife dead in bed. ji"ents. arrange. I Admission will be 25 cents for Training gave up only three base hits Second Primary. may apply

Resides her husband Mrs. Com .,j I Active! pallbearers were H. A. sion.After graduating from the University -!f.'udents and 50 cents for adults. Starting May 26th and the Bradford defense didn't '! now for absentee ballots a< fording ford Mr of and Mrs ::.Gilbert\ 'raw
make to Mrs. Marian Starke a son. Dennis Neil
peau is survived by two sons by I I i I Lawson, J. T. Lawson M. L. Law- in 1941. he worked as production The money from this game will any errors. L, Crosby .May 12
.i former marriage John L. Davis ., son. O. O. Webb. I. E. Clark. and engineer in the Gibbs Corporation be used to purchase physical education -'| Company C, 7-1 Sth Armored Ord Fletcher gave up four base hits : supervisor of registration

ind William R. Davis. both of i[A. J. Thomas Sr. j shipyards in Jacksonville, equipment for the high nance Battalion will hold one of didn't strike out any Bradford

Brooker: one brother. William !i i I and left there to serve an president school Register said. the weekend training periods sche. I hatter and committed four errors

Lippford! of Marianna, and a sis- Cadet of the Southern Engineering Coach Winton Criswell will coach duled e for the fiscal year on Sat I but still the Tornadoes lost 2-1.

ter. Mrs. J. R. Pumphrey of Jack Miller Corporation in that city. the Reds, and Coach Joe Hull will urday and Sunday May 26-27. The eliminating them from the group

rottondale. Wins Rifle Award During World War II, Mr. Jones coach the Greens. The teams have training period was postponed from tournament. Davis was writing:

Funeral services were held i'served as an officer in the U. S. ,I been evenly divided by the coaches .May 19-20 due to conditions beyond names until the 6th when he issued -

Wednesday afternoon in the Cadet Jack E Miller son of Mr Naval Reserve and later became !and a tough battle should develop. control of the unit. stated I two bases on balls, committed .

Brooker Baptist Church with Rev and Mrs George Miller will receive president of the Atlanta Concrete I The game will be played with Capt. Chitty, Company Command a walk and gave up two of the _

('. B Stalhngs officiating. Burial an American Legion medal Brick Co. in Atlanta. Ga In 1948 real officials from Gainesville and er. I three base hits allowed Fletcher. _

following in Dedan Cemetery with "for outstanding marksmanship"{ he joined the Tampa Electric Co. I will go for four regular quarters. The weekend sessions will be That was enough for a margin of Talent I I Ii
at the Starting lineups for held in the i victory. .
Williams Funeral Home of graduation exercises at >! as mechanical engineer and has' each team Starke armory and will

ilttinesville) in charge. Marion Military Institute. Marion continued in this capacity to date. |are as follows: consist of all phases of training The Tornadoes had only one k

Ala. on May 2t!6 and 27 His duties are connected with th., I Ked Team to, include. supply.. administration I ained' ut game this season. That

| Ca Joe Harden Named !
i Rifle team la.it September and will steam electric pcwer generating-. vatt. LT; Douglas Noun, LG; Ran .hides instrument repair.. artillery here. it

Hi-Y President I also be awarded the R.O.T.C. "Ex- 'tf ations. dy Johns. C: Rudolph Hutcheson repairs, and small arms repair. Players earning letters this year

pert Rifleman's !oleda!." He has Mr. Jones is a member of the, RB; Mike: Goldwire. RT; Jerry: Two meals! will be served by the are: Eulie Rushton Randall Davis, First

JOt' Harden was elected presi.. :1 competed in the William Randolph American Society of Mechanical I Hicks. RE; Bill Alderman LH; ;, mesr section each day. Edwin Johns Kenneth Parnsh, ___

.lent of the Hi-Y Club at the, Hearst 1 match and several Inter- Engineers and a member of Sigma L Harold Godwin. FB; Bubba LaMee :, The training will begin on Saturday Glen Reddish. Gus A
regular meeting Tuesday May S It i ollegiate matches. The Marion Tau national honorary engineering t lor Bob Taccia, RHB; Larry LaMee, May 26. at 9:30 am. Men Henry Richarde. Billy Harrington.)1s. 't .

Mso elected at the meeting were f team (the only Junior college fraternity. QB. | who desire to attend church Sun- Curtis McGee Joe Harden Bill PrizeWinners

Billy Torode. vice-president; Tom team competing) placed fourth in Given Team I nay morning; will be released from Alderman. and John Goolsby andMike *-

Long. secretary; Henry Richarde. I I the Alabama Military District R.O Post 56 Delegates :: Bert }(..C-ee. LF.; Freddie Steph- 'duty for that purpose from 10:45: Reddish as manager.

erasurer; Harold Godwin sergeant T C. Intercollegiate matches :cns. LT: Henry Hall. LG; Roddy | to 12:20.: Capt. Chitty said. This

at arms; Archie Green I I At State ConventionA ; Struth, C; Joe Harden RG; Tom. 'will give! them time to reach any \

historian; and sweethearts Martha AXM'AL HOMF.ro.MLNT. i my SUUings, RT; Henry Richarde. church in town by 11. and return Recent Births
I .\T large delegation! from Post 56 i 'fiE Dick 'during the
Van Landingham and Ann L' OAK GRoVE ; Smith, LHB: D. Ritch noon hour. _
is attending the State i' On Mr and Mrs G W. Teston
Williams.Hi I American 'Green. FB; Van Prescott. RHB; the regular drill night. next announce
-\ Oak Grove Church, on the highway t Legion Convention In Daytona i i Curtis McGee, QB. ': Monday a quarterly inspection of the birth of a son on May
members are planning an'luting I I
for May 23-31 at Daytona between B'.anding and Mid- i I Beach, Thursday through Sunday: the company wiH be made by the 12 in St..incent's hospital

Beach. I dIe burg. will have its annual I 'W. H. Graham is serving as chairman Carey Transferred Battalion Commander and staff. Jacksonville.. Mrs. Teston is the iu:
of the official delegates former JuaruLa Anders daughterof

!i Homecoming on Sunday. May 20.i New post officers will be installed J'ITo Edge Moor Plant .i last weekend and reported for his Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anders of t4

C of C BoardThe i The afternoon will be given! over at the regular meeting next ; new duties Monday. He has been' Starke. : __

to gospel singing and everyone I Tuesday night with Department ( Nelson Takes PlaceT replaced here by II. A. Nelson, who I i

Board of Directors of i interested is invited to attend for Commander A. J. Thomas Jr. serving i I was transferred from the Edge I Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Brassell 1
'he Chamber of Commerce will : as officer.A L Carey employee relations I Moor plant. TOP AWARD WINNERS at the
installing announce Lions
the full day's services. The director for the adoption of a son. Club Talent Show last Friday
meet Monday. May 21. at 1:15: Bradford-Union Convention I new Department Commander1 Highlands ilmenite the Trail Ridge and Mrs. Carey and their children L John Ferrel. age 8. on May 7. night are pictured above with Mr<*. Date Paolk (right who evenedmktres
.m. in Singing ; plants for the
1 ? office. will remain
All members will be elected at their home rear Mrs. Brassell as of reremonie
at the is the
former Standing I
Marguerite ( to
Daytona I three r) are: Vonda Stanng.
( are urged to attend as new advertising -, is expected to be present... !meeting to succeed past years has been transferred Lawtey until around July when I I.aw1ey Gayle -
Wainwright songstres Gene
Thomas who I to the duPont of Lawtey ; Norman Starke, comic
dialogue and
. folJt'uill discussed'! : i ii along with singers from 'I plant at Edge they will move to ;
be I other has completed his year's tenure in'' Moor, Deleawer.! Wilmington. Mr. Brassell ia in the U S. Navy Patty Bighiam, Brooker, pantomime. Seated are the Four Coal
*: that time sections I where he will be Mr. Nelson will be his''
. th.s office joined by i stationed at Dahlgren Miner: ubo
Va. where pleased the crowd with
. plant technician Mr Cary left: family in the near future. their rendition of lxt'lt'n Tons"
the BrasseU family resides Jim Lewi, Bish
Bishop Tommy McLrndon, and Gary C le.
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Hazen were Mary Francis Hazen Melrose spent a few days last PAGE TWO
of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Jack week with Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Col- Flril,1M.\\ ia. 1956; t

editorialLet's Farmer's Diary Hazen of Stark Mr. and Mrs ton. The Colsona were dinner and daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs confessed by you.
Ivan Hazen and family\ of Jax. guests of Mr and Mrs H A Col-! h A. Nettles Jr This.. .notice shah '! b c j. .; ,..h.f'ne :
h ,
a vitk f.r'
'<' *"-um Mrdanvj Mis A. E McKinney of Starke. son in Starke Sunday.and Mrs Ressie Car 1on is spending aek in the Kraiif.i; i i ."; :. '\, r_
Mr and Mrs Hazen t fen daxs with her brash .
Doyle and
ihildrenR.ch.mi .
Mr and Mrs Coleman Dees and I'l -i t.':- _'\ ,j ..' \ .
Do SOMETHING a picnic lunch at the locationwhore 'on of Brooker. family ot Barnes City were weekend and Elaine Crosby! in >1-. .:.i1! .-a') nil. .\ |1'.Lri'lerk .
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Hiinnn Beach i it '
140 years ago a battle was Annette Green of Gainesville guest of Mrs M.it'se: Barry. t'.v 114. in I. I'r.t \ I'. .. ?
lib slowness of tabulating the vote in the fought: between the white settler- was the dinner guest of her par- Calling on Mrs Barry were Mis Nounin .41."t\I& ___ I 4

|Miiulous| North Stui'ke precinct in last weelc'Pint r end l Indians t."nts.lr.. and Mrs A. L. Green. FIdon Hardy and children, Mrs In iurlila Iri-nll In Court IIF''If''rd. comfy. MITU'K n. I\. TI:\ 110\ 10UlX.lsTKrt
Primary election focuses attention We are glad to have Mrs. K A. Douglas Hardy and ihildien. and : kaarrrt. FU lots \tHI
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I to tI h.d!< T 1I.lrn 1"' \"ti .
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;attain <>n a situation that should \\is remedied ill Make believe the corn and other r.ainey home from the St. "inIrs.. Helen Crosby, all of Starke. HalII! .mi I'iitlcr ..(. :.,,1.l 'J t tinderiicn.! d. ,,".t. r g', t
of three as soon as possibleIt crops aren't really growing now lent' Hospital in Jaiksonville Mr and Mrs W C Stalnaker e ass :-... t\.15"7( .'f Chapter iii.35';!. !. m ,. i ,
one ways .
\ T" \" of M41. wIll .
Mr and Mrs L. L. and tpprar r.c s ::
i-'eems that everywhere look Dyal son. and famil with :\trLI.rne. .
you spent Sunday '
To H.I7.-1 ] rierk\ the ,
Ili-n-, Circuit
was? after two o'clock Wednesday at'terti'Min who r. '.denot "r. i : : i .j.jll'd
:r. the county you see corn, whichis were visiting Mrs. itand: Mrs T C. Stalnaker in }t'tIyal aJdnfr.k! :. ,* -.. J..r llr: di'i.ril I'"UII'. t.. I. -
almost 20 hours after the polls had shred -- You are hereby Ida. upon .
fast lots of farm- I in Starke Sunday. They atWhitt'. nulitivd th..t a lull rocvipt 1.1.!
growing very ; Theyenjoyed swimming .
officials had finished Well!, tile first primary is over for durieIMS ttton\ of thi, not:. ,>. -I J.' '
In'l till' election tall'ing:111(1 and lot if pL:, :planted it for r.'ock feed. tended services at the Waldo llipt a nearby springs that afternoon been filed against you in thelame cf Credit Iure.i ,f >- i.1 k..
totaling the 1.&J2:: votes cast in the North Clarke a < thf hiMitm' and hollrnn' tist Church Sunday nm.zht. Jannie and Susie Wait and Helen !- above named Court and cause and Kluridi. under \\ h.h w ,. .c. ,_.
ha., subsided, and the thing von are required to serve a copy of .il in t>u-iur ss' at l.i i ... ,
(irt'Linct In this modern age that is entirely too we remember most about it Talked to a tobacco buyer lost Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Kelley and Kelley spent the night with your answer "r pl.-idlnK to. the Salke: Kla.
lung to wait for results of any election to be was .. ons of St. Petersburg were weekCarol Cox in Gainesville Friday \lpbln'! .i-n the 1'1.1I. .-if \i., i< .. W .\. Trimli-! \V i\ : ,
-fk who had toured this whole .
the thrill we got out of voting. K K IV rrnun .- ?,: Kla \'B:::!lal' Un.:. ?, N s' .
known It in class\ with cl'rt.lin't'st I'nduests of Mr and Mrs C. S. and attended slumber and file the ,
\puts us a Some of take the area and he said that the best a party. oiiKlnil 1 Tn the office i .starkt> Fla.
us right to vote
of the ClerK of the I'i:t < I'i;-d thi. _:th d... .-.
that late Kelley.;: Mr. and MrCharles .n \,
Florida counties arc always notoriously lor granted, but the more we study tobacco he had seen was on the Whitney IT tiff .r,- the 4 d... .t ,.1', \ : 1 jMa'k..' 1'- \,): ...
and lax in reporting their election returns makingit history, and study politics, the haw farm out at Brooker which Lt. and Mrs. Loyal Douglas and ot Oamesvile were visiting the IS'i'i;. oUurwi-e Hi.. ."!!"-";;.,1':1 (.f F! c.d.
aid ,
: Cuaipla.n
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wi: } tilxtn ,
difficult or impossible for the totals in the more we realize how precious the w operated by Mr Su gs. This son of Charleston. S. C. were we..kHoward Waits Saturday night 4 4

governorship; race and other state races to lie ballot is to us tobacco was planted very early and t nd guest of Mr. and Mrs J. K Note:

compiled within a reasonable length of timeIn f-id the benefit of irrigation. Douglas.Mi Mr and Mrs! Howard Wait wIsh

addition to this delay and inconvenience to With our berries about :;one ff S 9 and 1lrs.Iec..' Thomas and to say "Thank: You" to the many ,

i hose who are anxious to get the totals on state now, we are taking it easy for ahinge. VW\e raised a few pigs on a Mr and Mrs. Leroy Thomas of friends who, were so considerate 7 i f G

and county races, there are many other disadvantages < The plants still look bottle, ai last week when we heardof fJamevnlle were visiting Mrs end helpful during the illness and + .
in the system now being used in Drad- pretty good, and there if, some a special formula to feed the Cioover Thomas Sunday death of her father Walter Wood-
fruit, but the berries ripen and rot |poor little orphans, we made a note Mi and Mrs Carl Thomas ot type Mrs Wait f1Y5.tht're are no h
tord County's most populous precincts :
fit fast at this time of the year of it. Here it is: Use a mixtureof Gainesville were visiting Mr and words to express their gratitude to
1. It is expensive, requiring two shifts of that we lose a lot of them. And half skimmed milk, half water Mis Tim Thomas Saturday their friends.

election officials in North Starke then those weeds are getting higher and to each pint add one egg :Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Waters of Mr and Mrs L L. Hardee of

2. The long, tedious hours of tallying makeit every day and Sam still remembers Sounds like that ought to make a Tampa were the weekend guests ot Jacksonville were \'IsltinIr
more and more difficult to get capable poll that old moccasin that Xo. 1 in a hurry! nf Mr and Mrs. Bob Thomas and Mrs W. B. Bigham and family r- ,
workers. give him the scare of his life last \lr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas and and Mr. and Mrs Lloyd XVood and ... r

3. The tiresome task, which causes clerks and year, so he '/ays out of the patch. Next time we walk in the under- fmily spent the day with Mr. and family Sunday.

inspectors to become exhausted mentally and brush or woods. we're going to Mrs. II. H Lewis in Starke SunMr.. and Mrs. W E Bigham I am deeply grateful for the
There's more water look out and not be No. 3 man in 1/1\ were in Jacksonville on bmvness
physically before the job is finished is conduciveto the ditches around Lawtey standing now in the line, for we are told that old: Joan Thomas of Jacksonville Friday and also had lunch therewith vote and support given me

unintentional errors. than there has for quite a long Mr Rattlesnake he lets one go by *as thi weekend guest of her a former Brooker resident. May 8th and I will
Apparently the County Commissioners have a time. but so far as we can notice
choice of three ways to remedy a bad situation the rivers and lakes are still as strikes the third. Wonder how Mr and Mrs W K Bigham Sr.Mr. the vote and sup-

that grows worse with each election. 1-w as ever Some people say that the.v stories ever get started. and Mrs L M Norman of ot Lakeland were visiting the Bill
.. port of all the people on
The first, and perhaps the most logical method the water supply won't be replenished lleilbronn w'Ie'isitin Mrs. Eva Hn!!hams Tuesday night.
would be by redistricting the county to equalizethe until we have some heavy In talking to someone this J Ian'ell Sunday. Mrs II A. Nettles of Starke is May 29th.
hurricane rains. week, we heard the statement that Mi and Mrs. Wallie Crews of pending: a few days with her v>n
load at the polling places according to the
pine saplings can grow as much as
of Florida law. The statute RE-ELECT
requirements provides -
12: inchesn
one year, and we
that election districts of a county shall be Hairy Lewis, farming out Heil-
quickly gave!; the speaker a questioning -
as nearly equal as possible, and it is recommendedthat 1 11imn way. said it was lucky that glance nut he proved it

no one precinct should have more than 500 wi. had cloudy weather during the by showing us siphngwhich have Carl PrevattCounty
i e(ent rams, as that kept the
crops '
qualified elector With North Starke having about that distance between one HUNDREDS
front scalded
getting by the hot
more than 2,000 electors and Graham precinct set of branches and the next. Live i
sun. It's but while
less than 100 it is easy to see just how far Brad- peculiar a :and learn! ,
shower and hot sun will result in ot details are managed and economically
ford County falls short of complying with the
.- Commissioner District One
: irrigation water does not
attended that
election lawsSplitting Saw a Hoover Hog this week only a trained and --
have the effect.
same "'e were in a group at a field careful organization can attend when
the cumbersome North Starke .
up precinct when all\ of a sudden up popped a the urgent need for serving is at rorNTY-AT-LARGE
into two or more political units would be a Had
a delightful trip this week cottontail and he went boundingacross hand.

relatively simple task. New voting boundaries round the county with Foster Shi the patch. "Yonder goes a He has the experience and the ability and u'ill
would have to be established, and additional poll- and Maryann Smith. We drove all Hoover Hog." one of the group exclaimed -

ing places designated i and staffed, but that is through Foster's pastures out near Of course, we asked continue to do all in his power for the tax

about the extent of the problem involved.It Hampton Lake and saw many what he meant, and he ,miJ: DeWITT C. JONES
payers and for the benefit of the county-al-
was understandable some years ago when fields: of improved grazing whichhe "It's a sign of good times. When Phone 7 Starke, Fla.
has built. Later we went over you see a cottontail large.
Commissioners and School Board members were running
elected from various districts why the incumbents into Alachua and Putnam countiesand no one chasing him, that's what Funeral Director Ambulance Servic

did not want to change precinct boundariesand visited his orange grover Had w e call\ a Hoover Hog" Our total funeral home aoia 04 to olftr e"nvenleat'ea tWd THANKING YOU ALL

possibly upset their strength at the polls. YYYYYYYYTYYYTYYYYYYY1nnOOKER will be PTA meeting at the school. services act otherwise availably

However now that all candidates are elected on This will be the last meeting of SINCERELY
a countywide basis this objection no longer obtains the school term. I

and we can see no logical reason why redistricting Little John Lewis spent a coupleof We furnish the highest type eervle at lowest price, and
should not be done possible accept ANT life Insurance pcllcj In force, l leaned by ANT CARL PREVATT
as soon as
I5j Sirs.! t:. B. tastleuAAAAAAAAAAAAA days in King Memorial Hospit-
The second alternative to dividing the district, .->! Lake Butler last week. company u payment In part or In full on a fuaeral (I'd. I'oi.dv..)

would be to provide for the use of voting machines A..AAAA' We are sorry to hear of the CoiiauitMion carries uo obllgatlan.

in the county's three or four largest precincts May Hay ProgramThe death of Mrs. Alfred Compeau -

But these voting machines are very expensive first May Day program to Monday.
and it would strain the county financially ever be presented at the Brooker .Mothers: HonoredA %

at the present time to install them, even on a Junior High School was held Tues- lovely corsage was given to
Ila '. Max 1. the school the oldest mother and the youngest -
basis. } on grounds.
Virginia Parrish crowned mother present at the Brooker
The third alternative would be to put into practice was Baptist Church Sunday morning Guard
"Queen of May" and was electedby against IShrinkitggo | Homepowef
a different system of counting and tallying popular vote Runners-up were Mrs. Henry Hodge was the oldest ,
votes manually. Florida law provides for two Mama Padgett and Barbara Jean mother and Mrs. Jackie Barry

ways of counting ballots: 1)) the tally-call systemthe Oreen. Flower girls were Dottle Clark the youngest

( one commonly used) and 2)) a system where- Sue Kelley and Patty Coram. At- Mis Beulah Harrell had a birthday -

by the ballots are opened and placed in piles, according tendents were Janice Molt and on Mother's Day. Many

to the candidate voted for, and then the Mike Castl n; Patty Eixham:: and fiend'-. and relatives called duringthe safely ahead sin the clear !

ballots in each pile are counted ; ballots are then Tommy liauler-.in.; Mary Jane Big- day. e a ,

re-shuffled and the process repeated until the ham and Wesley Kelley. Heralds This being C.A Focus Week the

total votes cast for each candidate for every of- were Lenox Kelley\ and Henry liarIril Ciils Auxiliary took part in all

fice has been determined. Songs and folk dances were the services at the Brooker Bap-
lone by the entire school and the tist Church! Sunday and Sundaynisht
This latter tried last week in
system was
:!rd and 4th grades did the MayPole They did a special number
counting the vote for state candidates in the ( Dance Clowns also perform- Sunday; morning and the choir was

North Starke precinct and it was found to speedup .-(* for the Queen. A large groupof I imposed of CA members Sunday: ; R v waptv

the process immensely Whereas it required spectators were on hand to see night Each girl wore a corsage .
North Starke officials 11 and a half hours to this lovely event and upon leaving made of yellow glads (their colors :J -sassy

count the ballots in ten county races by the customary \- were each presented a beautiful 1 1.l'ingwhite, gold and preen). These

call-tally system : it required only two May BaVset. filled with spring were donated by Mrs. Wilson

hours and twenty minutes to count the eight towers Green and Mrs. M. O Harrell.Mr. doaaityr Y' k ,' ; .

state races by the second method. Poll workersin llrthd.i) Curly and Mrs W. T. Blair weie '
the o'th'Starke precinct are convinced that Rev Truby Pan-bh. pastor of the dinner guests Thursday of Mr 'ya .MT. Ytaz.

the second method is even more accurate than the Dedan Baptist Church was and Mrs. Schley H. DeLoach of
the given a birthday supper at the Jacksonville! That afternoon they .
the call-tally system due to the fact that long .
home of Mr. and Mis. E B. Cros- visited Mr Blair's mother Mrs -
involved make it almost impossible 3
and tedious hours .
!I.y Wednesday night. May 5Vhout I W. L. Blair. and Mr and Mrs. LB $
for weary, sleepy officials to avoid some 15 guests were there to el- Barnes itj4e: i rzty::, '. ", t'

unintentional errors. tbrate this occasionMr Mrs. W. L Douglas i is hark home the tul'
which of these three alternatives beeP
We do not say t'onqany Uarl14''III' with her daughter and f.n-in-Iaw. ,
t is the best and most practical for the Commissioners and Mr'. Kmamu-1 Klien- :%1'. and Mrs. W. T. Blair after sate power

to adopt in dealing with this problem. nian gave a baiheciie: for employeesof Mending some time with her other .n your en gineot

That is something for them to work out when all the Southern Oll.f.: ChemicalCo ( hill ken a ,
the possibilities have been considered, and all the at their home lost Frid.ty Mr. and Mis Avery Craig. MisVugie ;1Fai a', ::0. Guard .Barnswith

in night Those attending were Miami Ilutledge and Odell Craigof :; ? uorsepo..e ho sot.cleanburning. .
"we'do say, however that SOIETIIIhouM: ; Mrs. Reeber Moody Mr. and New berry were visiting Mrs. Gulf

be done about the matter, and that it should be Mis J. B. Kelley Mrs and Mrs Mattie Sowcll Sunday. .y N !l oX "tt"- enginesagaiut

done before another 20-hour ordeal i is experiencedlike Thomas Hamilton. Mr and Mrs. Mrs. V. V. II:!.:>:en. Jimmy Hazen d..an. ProteCts.
the one that election officials went throughin !Pete Norton Mr and Mr-s Frank and Marcia Kay:: Furlong of Starker de pDllt.S 'full
week. 1.. Tomlinson, and Mr. and Mrs. err visiting [rs. Doris Kelley k tt"p the
the courthouse here h.\PS yoU
Howard Wait Sunday.Marvin. $ of
1Y power
K sale
Mis W K Hicham local chair and T. J. Mann attended Tlnl' for
,'n.. .
tt our ode
man. sac'. that the Cancel drive 1'iirch services at the New River y of extra
Small Counties Lose WeightA has !been completed here with Hapt--,' Church Sunday. thousands

stir quota not cached Mrs llijhtm ;- Mr and Mrs Bill Tomlinson of Rif
casual study of last week's results in the also wishes to remind the the Ft Call seition were visitms i.

race for Governor gives dramatic evidence .ju>t I ublir that the Ked Cross Dm is Mi' :ind Mi!. \ I Mann Sunday %
how important the reapportionment fight is to still open and Biookei's quota i> Sony to heir that Ruth Mann ;

the small counties of Florida. set for $i;,. h.u the mumps There are !Oil.

Gov. Leroy Collins' unprecedented first primary Nut: ict* i"-ny eases of measles this week

victory poinit.tlull the tremendous shift in Floritla' SIr.J I C }I.tnrllt president, announces .: would be haul to name them all
that Thui.sday. May 24. Sunday gues's of tits Jcttve
:: voting strength that has taken place since ,

World War II.
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In 1UO. the voters north and west of Gaines-

their\ illt' held ballots almost They half could of the make state's or break:strength a candidate in- From where I sit.. by Joe Marsh Get the gasoline that burns clean*;

for statewide office But those days arejom

-- perhaps fOfl'wr.Iost: observers )predict I
that the metropolitan areas mostly in South \ Doc Nursesa ? ::: PROOF: See how the left-hand plate is blackened ,y" ;

Florida, will be the deciding factor: in picking \ i by the "dirty-burning tail-end" of gasoline g

Florida's Governors from here on out Daydreami while NQ-NOX leaves the plate on the

Obviouslythen.. the State Senate ithe last right clean. That's because Gulf refines out l

stronuholtfof lIa's small counties and if \ the "dirty tail-end" of 4
Flor -burNng gasoline in
!: It's a treat when I get together just sit here and wish I were
they are to retain the voice in state governmentthat with Doc Sherman. The Clarion down there again." making New NO-NOX.

thev rightly dotrve, this balance of )powerin keeps me much too busy-and From where I sit, few of us are '"..
the Senate must be retained at all costs: Doc, well I think he puts in sis- ever content with the way things DIRTY.BURNING GULF Bo OXL. s

Legislators from small counties must redouble teen hours a day at the hospital' are at any given moment. It's human ?1- TAIL END

1 heir efforts to see that it is preserved But Tuesday-a beautiful day nature. On the other hand. .. 'jfr'

-he and I slipped away for a ride I've been rooting for years that GuIfN'o-Nox
;25Z; 5 SZ 5 5Zy S2525'SZyZ52StSd52.52aZ525'Si52525Z: around Turtle Lake. Doc's drivsomeday tcergbody will showing

: a 1956 humdinger -it's like enough good American tolerance
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH riding on a cloud. to respect his neighbor's right to

FLORIDA'S OLDKST EST 1879 WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Anyway at one point Doe fnjoyafriendlygl.1ssofbeerlreaslowed Q -burning.. plUS: Highest Octane you can buy

almost to a halt. "Used to that day comes I assure you that
1 -- PUBLISHED CONT1NOUSLY fish said.nI ntftr want to change back. .
there as a boy, Joe, he
tr' '- UNDER THE SAME MASTHEADPUBLISHED "Used to sit and imagine myselfup

, rigo r '. on the highway driving a c9c to 11f..a..4/J F. REGISTER & SON S DISTRIBUTORS

EACH FRIDAY AND ENTETD AS SECOND' CLASS high-powered car. Nowadays, I
Copri&ht.19tJ. LnuJ Swan Btll11 FoullJat PHONE: 155 STARKE FLA
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-- -- -- the ciif'on: 1: OT1CK. TO \PI'K\U Williams & Putch. P. O Box ISS. I IE"... ..
DaVC. Ralph Smart, and Mr. and Mrs. had as Sunday guests I III"CII \nCI: atri'i; .r t't.."

I I Mrs. Flora Peery of War, West C B. Cannon and family' all of | Sellers\ family of Saxton, the IB Florida Circuit: In Court( banrrrT., Bradford Starke.ii.- I"Floridaand uratI'1alln tt-c office of:i, In U'rohatr of lh.- <.I.a'.>uiilT 111:1.1)C"ar' Jod.r.llradford ., i:3J.rd I: t ii >l..> .:.1:::rHI'.X|1'.".:.'., '.1.-'. .

: Mrs. John Klepto- JacksonviIle. Markilee. and J. T. Padgett families Petty Khzalieth Kirby I the C'erk' rf the Circuit Court an or : IVtinlt. Male .., I'luri. !.. t I. In,' .-.: ,'-
L A \ T E Y Virginia and Earl Thuinas. Defendant.lV .
\Y Kirby. 'befirtthe 4 day Cf Jun-. 19J6-: I I I li. I .
;I vitch and son, Jimmy, of CallaThe C. B. Hiatt family visited I of Clay Hill and L. G Crews No. : \ l"thv wise> the allecatlons of acid In lr"liufr. i Ii.i,1: x i-- ,i-: 1 .

han were Saturday guests of11'. and Mrs. H. A. Hammer 111 and family of He'ibror.n' J \..dee Tit tpprarTo {f Complaint! will be taken as roE'ets- '''In !> th,<- KM.IIf: KT'W' .\.IP): .-i.. .t! I
Hy :Mr Jojce T. I'utth : Earl! Thomas Kirby ed toVIIU.. 1 1 i.I-\IWl'lP:! SIMI'SOX. 1'.1",1,l l1O
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Estes. Glen St. Mary Sunday afternoon: i. Mr and Mrs. Shirley: Johnson !E--id>-iie in Glt-nmlale. South I Tl.inotice shall oe puhllsh..d'on'e ALLHnM I IT :M\Y "Hi.NCKI.NNuttO : : :

tAAAAAAAAAl.AAAAAAAAAAA.AA4Vernon I I Mr and Mrs. J. E. Warren had Mrs. Annie Ree Meyers and and family were weekend visitors i line and .who--.. aildi>.x i> r'I' each week f..r fur consent'1, : : !i. it. i.t.y. K.\,.n 111:tt i.limt i.-- DON'T SUFFER LONGER
Glemida!, South Carolina. : the week In the Bradford County ,,, J..I.O' :'1"I' i n liafile'i h- r F2CM ITCHING SKIN'
i' as weekend guests Mrs. Victor Miss Sadie Carter of Jackson of Mrs J. F. Hornbeck in Ocala.1 iou are e..r.by uutirieJ Tel.'giaphI final rrp"rt ,.- l\t: '> iiti\ d' !..
Teston. of Biloxi Miss, Jacksor..me were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs. Harry Crnl U't forIinr i JI.I..I '>.:- :: IK> "f .\pni 'r'VUIKK1CI t"'..t., i.y' Kilu: inl! Urult,:.! S.- :.. IN JUST 15 MlfJ'JTES: ,
spent las' weekend with his par-I Appleby and family of I I Ij > o" c.i'tf.dand ,," At "- :.\II i'haritA.. liirn. -. "i .1.) .-, .1! i'!..tt -". h.i> i 1..1 I. If not pl<...*..d. % ur 4O h i, k ..r
yule, anJ Mr ana Mrs. Leslie their parents :Mr. and Mrs. Ed i j Tampa were Saturday: and Sunday I miiiur i..ild!, >U'I'.n and '. Clerk of 'he Circuit Courli ;i, '.r: "'. : r f ,: il -. i: ,.. .it.'! :: .; drug torr L'..e ITCH. U -:\01 t.. d....-.!f-
nus. Mr nu .i. >' M--.aii I.. '.r.....>>', Dr.ntCl.:. '1< vl'.., U ,,' .If') : \ I .'.. H!I : ,I 4 i tt.. .tth and "KiLL ,. '-r* ON: i.'jN_
| Bradley and family of Starke. guests '. .'. ., .
dnd Donald. I iboxe nanid Court and i-ar'- 4 ((1 : 'I i : li \ \.1" t it' V : TACT Wond.r'iil .oriv \tir i itch.
I Norma Hamilton of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs Leon Starlin Mr and Mrs. Charles Stalling ; you art rt-'juirt-d to >tr\e a cop .,. ..1't.t t. loJy at (IVilr'am: < )
Mrs tjecngja Ann Sapp had as j Louie Belle ,*our an'.\.-.. '.r PI* ..,1'T : I t. 'MtTII Of INII'NillIN TO MUvl: d't ,\ ;
guests during the \\'(. -k Mr. andlvllle I came on Friday lo be with and family, Mrs. and daughter of Highland and plan! '1 ti!.. P'' i iiff'- .\" .\1'1'1,11 1eI'\ lull I'" \I. MITCHE1.I/S Imrc.) ( ( *loHF 1
I hIs parents Mr and Mrs- H. H. Wainwright, and Allan Starling :11'. and Mrs.. James Starling of
Jolts Walter Buchholtz of Dins- -
I Hamilton\ for the weekend. Mr of Jacksonville called on the Starke had duinT witn the Joi-
more and Mr. and Mrs. A J.1tObItft '
1 and Mrs. Lynn Hamilton were Steve Starling Jr. family Saturday Starling family on Sunday.Mr r- r .. .
"I Jacksonville. ,
here on Sunday. | afteinoon. and Mrs. C. E. Jones ,'
Miss, Jackie Harley of Jack-I Jatkson-
I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennett and I II 1 Mrs- C. W. Buff of Ft. Lauderdale visited frr-ra Kn

sonvillt.spent the weekendith daughters were Sunday dinner yule was a Friday guest of the day to Monday with Mr. and

ner parents, Mr and Mrs. Hub I D. B. Thomas family.Mr. .
guests ofIr.. and Mrs. Jesse Mrs. D. A. Jones and daughterMonroe : A
Harley. and Mrs. Milton Jenkins '
Smith in Starke. They, with the Padgett and fam
Mr and Mi; Joe Shuford ors Jacksonville Beach,
of .
: W M. Smiths, visited Hampton and visited his mother Mrs. K'it: -
Aujustm- were weekend Mr. and Mrs. Rail Dority of
Reach in the afternoon. and Padgett, and Mr find Mrs liar':\
guests oj MrS John Shuford and I Jacksonville spent Mother's Day I
Mr and Mrs. Floyd Denmalk 1 1I Willkcrson last eekend.
Norwith Mrs Lula Dority and F. AMr I .. .
I and family anj Mrs Susie Mr and Mrs Herbert Nettle- ... ..

FOR DEPENDABLE I! man of Jacksonville and Miss and Mrs.! Jasper Sauls and : of Jacksonville were Sunday J.-:;. I
Mrs. Leon Sauls and
Debbie Phillips! of Maxville spent Mr. and of the E DI.1)'s V
ner guests
Termite Control I Sunday with Mrs. J. S. Norman. family of Starke visited .the Guy I Mr. and Mrs. Ro-Aell PIe\'all -. / : s ) ..
Mr. I Fut<'h family on Sunday.Mr.
Mra Margaret Kelly of I and family spent Wednesday evt ______ I
and Mrs. Lloyd 4
and Mrs. Hermie Kdly'isited in Lake Butler with Mr. and C .
Household & Commercial afternoon I ning I
: Sunday
Brooker spent :: : .
Tomlinson at .
Mr. and Mrs. Roy ,
Mrs. Ernc>bt Southerland.Mr ."
c _zT.1', .l ',( I .
I'est ControlGroe with the Cail I 't
New River on Sunday.Mr
and Mrs. Carl Hilhard attended
Mrs. G. Thompson Kd Teston of Mac Dill Field I I,1 _
S Spraying and the funeral of their grandson

Call FR. 6-60S5 of Silver Springs were weekend Tampa spent the weekend with I the infant sin of Mr. ami .

guests of the It. C. Diyants. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Blame 'I Mrs. James Hilliard. at D\.u: .

Mr and Mrs. Marvin Cruce of Teston. Mrs. Zettie Norman CHighland I' on Sunday afternoon. __ .... .. :
Florida Pest Control visited the Testons on Cemetery _--- ____ -
Camp Stewart, Ga. are spendingsome .
: Mr an.! Mrs O J Anders hn.as
& Chemical I Co. time with the Frank Cruce Sunday. :,: visitors during the weekeni

family. Mr. and Mrs James Starling ,r
I Anders _
James fl.I .
Mr and Mrs.
24 N. W. 16th Ate.Caiaesville Mrs. Mattie Henderson had as and Pamela Stailinvung i -
of Palatka. ana Mr. ani Mrs. Johnny :; !
Florida Sunday guests Mr and Mrs Cail! 'daughter, of Mrs stew .
'I I Jenkins and family of Jatksonville. -S
Smart and family Mr anj Mrs Starling Jr., attended prayer ;

meeting at First Baptist I ..
I Mrs. J. S. Eunice Jr., Mrs. :Mary .. .. :'
I nesday evening. Mrs. Leon Locke and ron L I .
THE SECRET: \Ve regret to report that C. \V.Tdium "Locke Paul, and Jimmy Eunice visited 0i1fl82'. ..

suffered a stroke on -:... -

/ Tuesday and was carried to St.Vmi.nt's Grandmother Powell in the Baptist .j ; =- -..' -- _. _
l4pp/N.v7UflT1/F Hospital in Jacksonville on -- _. -": i
he remained -
where -
Hospital Sunday afternoon. : _
Saturday. We wl=h == -
POWER MOWER Mr and Mrs. Clinton Gilleo' -.

f for turn a speedy recovery. and Mr.. and :Mrs. G W. Dur II

\\&HAS NO WHEELS Mrs. Charlie Mosley and son ham of Jacksonville visited Miss

\ "" Powerful, self-propell ,- of Mr Highland and MrS. spent L. G Sunday Teston. with Elizabeth Terry on Sunday. i Seen only on higher priced cars and ChevroletThe

1 t ed roller drive. Glides Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eumce and
G \V Durham of Jacksonville family visited Mrs. Eunice's p
CflSkid.pafl.Cafl- I
visitor here on r-I
.' ,, ,'. not scalp lawn.Fingertip was a ents, Mr. and Mr J. A.
:" ':-.l: :: Tuesday. in Maxville on Sunday
forward stop-Reverie.
Mr and Mrs \Vilford Dmkinsand meaningful emblem of Body by FisherWhen
Fri- "
Mrs. Pearl Campbell spent
...,.,. *<" Leaf Mulcher available. A new of Sanford were weekend
'_>>_ '., i kind of family day night in Gainesville! with
power guests of the Roy Gnffis relt-j
TRY I and Mrs Pierson ar;>

The Seventh Grade with their ing their home in Dade mak-I you see "sterling" on silver visi, le. gleaming surface

HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. teacher. Miss delightful Dorothy day swan at Silver om, Donald Ray Griff, son of you know what it means-solid sil- Only one who has owned a Chev- .

spent a last Friday. Mrs. Leila and Mrs. K. A. (Fonsoi Griffis, ver, all the way through. rolet for several years can fully .
and Mrs. Agnes Con has recently spent a month'sIlea'e And when you see the medallion know the satisfaction this emblem .. 0
I I ner accompanied them on the at his home here. DonaldRay's "Body by Fisher" on an automo- pledges. For only Chevrolet in the
new address will be Donald
trip. I I bile it means much the same thinglowprice field is entitled! to wear I.r--
I Kay Gnffis 488-98-29 SA S K. 15- __ :: :
Clarence Mosley and Miss all the in the small proud that '". .,
I. Mrs 136S.. N. T. C. San Diego, (33) \I II quality way through plaque pro- : ::

Own YourOwn I Shnley Hosier of Jacksonville j California. Hei11 aopieciatel! things unseen as well as on the claims "Body by Fisher." W..k-.
HOME E I visited the F.aIl Teston family on
his friends.
I hearing! from any of i i


I Mr and Mrs. Gary Buckley and spent Sunday with his son-in- ; .._.... .u.uuuUuuu..u.u.hUU.U..u..u.. .__..... .. ._ h'" .. .. .. ....u.____..____.___.___.__.. _____..__
1 ( w ereweekend law and daughter. Mr and Mrs. I

BEVIS CONSTRUCTION CO, I Inc. I! Marion Mr. and cit:Mrs: of Tommy Mr. and Gnffis Mrs : Rufus I'r.Relatives',aft Prevail.Mother's of Mrs.Day Susie llinnor Prevatt j jgave

and Mr and Mrs. Fonzo Prevail
her a Mother's Diy dinnerat I

Will Build You A HOME On Your Lot I and family\ were Sunday Donns dinner iiGreen the home of her son, Rufus '
the Leroy
I guests Cove of Spnngs.Mr i I and wife. Those attending! were I West Call St. Starke, Fla. Phone 111

1 BED ROOM $ 995.00 !, Valdosta Mr and Mrs. Wilbur Bell and
<;. 0.. J. Boyette of ---- -----
-- ----- -
I'I family of Green Cove, Mrs. Mary I I -
I the week with her parents. I I II
2 BED ROOM spent i, Harden. Francis and Clyde Prevail II -- ______
Week- I -
$1,595.00 Mr and Mrs Ed Durban. r--------------- -
all of MouHne, and Mr. and :: ,
guests of the Durbans were I cs
'pn,1! .
3 BED ROOM $2,095.00 O J Boyette: and Mr. and Mrs. .' Mrs Raymond Prevatt and fi i- F iJ.-- -,. _trTh2l11.Lir -
ily. all of Law-ley. -- i
Williams\ of Jackson ,
i i Bra.II.tdupt|| Sun
!' t _______ _
II'm. j Mr and Mrs. Jack Brassell ; ,; __
i Among the number attendmgPartition % _
i| Dahl rc'n. Va, adopted an em lit
t the Honu-coming at Long Branch
: ) year old boy John Ferrel. ( n
Studding on Inside, Only on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.
I | May 7. 1936: Mrs. Erassell, daughter ; -
'Glenn! Shuford, Mrs. Sam Hicks.
In Starke and Vincinity CallS ] of Mr and Mrs. T. L. Wai'wright -,
the Leonard Pievatt family th* ]
taught!, in the local stho"l, ]
Winton Pan ish family.
IITII DE'OIPIIOXE; 410-J James Griffis Mr. and Mrs. OJ | two years ago.. The lirassolUi ,
i! have two children of their o\\'n

Tampa -. Quincy. I Perry I James. Anders Anders.and* Mr. and Mrs :, A daughter, Peggie Le". and '.

son Dirrel
Mr and Mrs Ernest Rauler-
NEW OFFICE AT PALATKAEast Mr and Mrs R.\Kumd Pi.-
I son and daughters were visiting '
vatt and family hImO'l.,1 1 tu
i Mrs Pearl Raulerson in Jacksonville -
on Road 100 ; Green Cove Sprnss where Mr
last Sunday. I
| Prevail jWash eiiinlctvet,
If you cannot come see Model Call us at Ea..t 55317 I Ernest Wells left Sunday nigr.tfor __ __

Mobile, Ala. where be h?:< i .. _
Collect write, and representative will call i _
or our on )'OU. II ,.,
: :
__ __ _
a position 'S'A '0/ trade-in ; l
I accepted ....... ,oW: no price '
Mr and Mrs. Bob Biumley! of If;

r I Jacksonville\ were Saturday guests Your Clothes fl 'fij'' ,.t ] tires traded on t

Cf the Fisher Gaskins family. ,_ ::::; : ;
Why :Mr. and Mrs Benton Fulth: 1 9 founds
and son. Steve of Starke attended i

This time make sure!, I services at the First Daptist !

Church on Sunday and were din j i, For 40c! GOODfiEAR

I of Mrs Joyce Futch
Now can buy theQuality ner guests I
you and! sons i I FREE Bleach If Desired!

I Mr and Mrs. Fred Tyer of I
Water Heater
Gas I Starke were Friday evening .

guests of the Steve Starling Jr, I II I
I I We Will
family. I scsrcc 34 Deluxe

with.t A Sunday The James in Maxville Waters with family Mr.spent and Dry Your Clothes p

lJ Mrs. Buford Higginbotham.of Mr. and Mrs. For 20c (
Sunday guests

'1YM \' '1. P. L. Dinkins were Mr and Mrs. J I i In New Automatic Drier! ; Super-Cushions

$, __ Mr Paul and Dinkins Mrs of Charles St. Augustine.Dinkins ; {($fJ

and family of Staike. Mr and '

ONLY PERFECTION WATER HEATERS COMBINE Mrs. Horace Cox, and Miss Adel I f _,.T ,, j ,,,, Look troandt You CAO" ligt to count tfc. 1954 ure riding oa

5 QUALITY FEATURES FOR LONG-LIK, SURE VALUE: 1,I Dinkins of Jacksonville.Troy The %Washeteria .i I Goo
and Donald Bennett who I And 110'-'. your cLanc. to put them oa your car too, at outttaadiag MUI,
Choice of bonded-zinc lining protected I. Don't deal for leu lint
1. glass or employed in Ft. Laudeidale 4 / -get Goodyear' quality J-T Detox $op r-Coiaoml
by warrantee! Temple Ave. St&yk .. / tt thet low prices it till tit Sail It On Se* ai tad MT oa Tsbeleii Cf
and Mrs. Glenn Williamson and
F f T b -Typ..
2. All connections uv? son of Jacksonville were weekendinvite F

spot\ corrosion! guests of Mrs. Troy Bennett and ..- Convenient terms-as low as $1.25 weekly]
tested controls tested 3 times! -:-
individually ,
3. All tanks, Gary and Mrs Donald Bennett ,:..' .

4. Outside jackets enameled ingJe-and out to halt rust! and sons. : Both Black and White Sidewalk on SALE!

5. Dust free base! rWTCMAT1C \ Carl Yarborough Reese Par- : .
Irish and Manning: were fishing t: !tt
.. I .tAU!
I in Rig Black Creek on Saturdiy. .t : .'... ... SALt heal rd.-k PALl. I..l ,4..5. WHIIE':1!trod..", WAll I..... rod,4.
:.1 r iR trid. SALE
: James McDavid of San Antonio. BEST-KNOWN TiR tick SALE SUI 1111 ... SALE
visited Miss NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION ( _!2!_ !!! _!!!L !.!!i iu' mE '" PtI'11CEu .SIZE! '"_! !i' !ICU.
his sister.
I Texas ''
I. 64011 .!!!!_ $25.60. 6th 15 $21.85 UO.90 6th 1 $30.50 U2.90 440j15 $24.90 $11.70
Katherine McDavid, at the Edgar .
': -S. ..! !! 26.U. 6.1h $ n..so %I.U Uhl 32.DS
uOIn 24.\S\ ISIS
.....05.. .WATU.......hEATERS.. ... ....... .... .. ..... .. 'I'I Wilkinson home on SaturdayThe RANGESWATER % .::. fs. -: :. I ': .!L5 ..!! 29.15: 1.10.15- 32.35- 2U- ; ri- -;- 2m
--A. *...4 O J. Phillips\ family attended HEATERSAIR : 740 I 7.ID 3S 4S 7.10_ n_ 21.75
I z 32.60 1.60.1S 1 3S 4S 26 60 '- -
II:I Homecoming at Theressaon CONDITIONERS :.,.. S.: .. iiisi 36.25 1.00l1S i 45 2960' 1.601'' 3I1S 9.05 73Qg13 3US %U.S

$6.00 Down .- $6.00 Per |I. I Sunday; WASHERS & DRYERSGet .. 37.60 UhlS 4o.tO 30JO 100.1 .u.6S 31.95_100.15 3414 26.10
I a Miss Vonda Gavle Starling.
Month for 16 MonthsIL I i, daughter of Mr and Mrs Edwin The Best For Less 00_.16_. HIS 19 9S '11.1 _44 40 ; 33.30 I to.tS 3US 27.20

'Starling: won the $5 prize given fin To "fin To mi tKoppolli: tin Via Ta "fin Tu ird l, oppob'i Tin

20 GALLON WATER HEATER K Show the in. Lions Starke club on at Frid.iv the Talent evening AtSmith's MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND

Mr. and Mrs. Nelson EUxker GarageF i r

Free Hook-up to Gas up to 15 ft. of Tubing ;I ani! sons of Jacksonvilleweekend wf're''

guests of Mrs A. I R I G I D A I R E I Service Station

HarleyMr 11'1 Sales and ServiceWe GOODMAN'S

SLADE GAS COMPANY and Mrs D. J Stornc-u:: Makes of i SEEBER D GOODMAN
:: and family of Jacksonville and

Mr and Mrs H D Bax'ey and Electrical Appliances U. S. 301 at South City Limits
606 X. Temple Ave
family of Orange Park visited
I Starke Fla.FlUD. .
Starke, Florida ,
the D G Wilkinsons en Sunday. PUONE 120 .

The Theodore Crews family -


t ti ti i

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-- nun \\'_ M ttto_ ia-,1, ..
f" I. .. ,, -- --_-- t
II'" Is ThemeOf

I Spring May Breakfast ::Mother-Daughter 1 j Carolyn Janice Ray i iT

Woman's Club x r D Banquet ClimaxesGA ( Wed Mr. Cannon f

Focus Week In New York City ,

Spring with its enchanting array -
I i M[r"I.I't'r" of the Girls Auxrhanh Mr. and
i Mrs
i! of multi-iolored blossomswas Gen! r. K iJacksonville
>: ; -':.t Church and
Baptist ;
the theme of the beautiful : unnoun,',> th, .:
1.,1 11.11:!iltTS r were entertainecit !
j Gladys Mooty May Breakfast, held Wednesday ti.c! o-fr.nization's annual ban- gagement of their daughter C inlyn

Phone 35 noon of I last week at the final 'jut'i t"ntl.Imght at 7 o'clocl Janice, of New York r., ,

I of the Staike Woman ,.n the recreation room of the to Howard Ray Cannon s ,t. .
-------------------- --- meeting : I
I < 1 rhtirc h. Mrs.
i Cu&! year. Floyd Pruett and the: Lit- :

Stenton-Crews I Mrs. Robt. The club house was a viitudlI : I .\ spring theme was carried out Mr. Claude Howard O.in.1- .. .\
I .J in lovely pastel colors with miniature f
ToldMr. -
Engagement Installed Kansas
I flower garden with artistic ar- City MoI
I' M.iv Poles placed along; I
Of High I rangements ol spring flowers F3 j w' 1 'I\1> the I"-shaped tables. Small May' I I The bride-ele.1 graduated) in-:" i

i placed vantage points throughout. baskets, filled with mints, wereuF Robert E Lee High Schi.,,: ,- t

r Mrs. Robert ( The mantel in the lounge ; j I >d as pace card Large baskets Jacksonville, and Barbizon Si ho.': 1

Blanding was !|' held a large fan-shaped arrange- Lt : filled with mixed spring of Modeling in New York Mr I
dent of the I ment of tall pink gladioli and ; '$ i lowers centered the speaker's Cannon graduated from Xrt.- t
PTA at a !j Easter lilies with plumosus fern f r tr V t.inle, and also the guests' table.
I I nmg in the extending to both ends A flower + Piogi.ims were in the shape of east High School in Kansas Cit \

L on the board : box across the front of the stage unibiellas.Following. Mo. and will graduate from VV.',..t t

I! will be Mrs l and against the back-drop of the a chicken dinner. Point in June. (
tary and Mrs. held a multitude of '! The
1 pastel- served by the hostesses, Mrs. wedding will take plu- -, I

,a 3 t treasurer. Mrs I colored tulips. iI j I and Carol Anne Picketi presented lift: Seated at head table art' Mr>. Tom f, Brown, district director .Jam.-" Lewis, Mrs. Maxie CarterSr the Park Avenue Presb.Uenu- I
was the I The speaker's table was a foca] I and Mis. Lex Green, Mrs. : Church New ....
Mrs. H. A. a song dance number entitled anti11'%. C. L. Scholl, president of the Starke club standing and j in York City tI
presided over I point with the place settings I "Will you Remember (I to r) Mr,. Bertha 1'earce. chairman of food; Mr,. \V. II. Nollnuui, CilIa ("Iran. a message of inspira- I' June 7 at 4:30 o'clock in the .t: I

Charles marked by tiny pastel-colorec from Maytime. At the conclusionof general chairman; and :\Ir... \V. B. Turks. chairman of dt''oratinfur/ tion to all GA members was I ternoon. {
the Joyce Scholl brought by the pastor Rev L. D t
parasols with matching satin program the May Breakfast.
votional. I I Ii The bride is the granddall ht.
Maxine Andrews, Ginger Jones Haines.
troduced on tows balanced in styrofoam i Al>o\e: Lonely waitresses pose among tulips ((1 to r) Sandra Jones, ;: of B. S. Edwards of Starke.
Gail Duke Centering the speaker's table, Sandra Johns Sylvia Paulk I $>l\ta Paulk, Lu Green Joyce Scholl, Carol Jennings Maxine An-1 Mrs. J. E. Hildebran recognizedall I !
I Carol Jennings, Lu Green, and girls, mothers, counselors, |
solo and Mrs. j t where the president, Mrs. C. L. I drew, Ginger Jones, and Patricia Pellum. '!
I I Patricia Pellum, members of the committees for decorating, and Miss Oletia Cooper
who two Scholl Mrs. Tom
sang guest speaker
and Mrs Frank Stenton of I Little Women's Club, put on a t. I j hostesses. Mrs. \V. B. Mundy i
ments were G. Brown of Jacksonville District -I I Its Shower Honoree'
Rudheath Cheshire England, an- skit as the Singing Waitresses, : expressed encouragement: and appreciation !
teria during the Director of the Florida I r
I walking the tables holding II It all the and to
among I to girls
nounce the and
: approaching Federated Women's Club, and the t Muss Oletia Cooper, whose nut.
I beautiful colored trays and those who made the banquet a \
marriage of their Circle Four : past presidents of the club were riage to Vernon Crosby was a :
Toe theTulips.
singing "Tip Through delightful Oi-casion.
daughter. Thelma. to Airman 2nd( seated was a beautiful arrange- ." event of Wednesday evening, was
The all
Met ment of spring flowers with a girls were Group singing was enjoyed under the inspiration for a lovely brrdtshower '.
class E. L. Bunt Crews
( ) son of I dressed in lovely waitress cos
Mr and Mrs. C. R. Crews of the Circle four pink nylon net parasol with tumes. The program was directed 3 4 a I i ii the direction of the counselors i given Monday evening r>
Miss Jean Miss
I streamers of pink satin ribbon I i Mundy : :Mrs. Harold Norman, Mrs William
State Farm. :Methodist and accompanied by Mrs. ij Mrs. Randal Chit- !
Helen Haines,
in the center of the arrangementThe Lovell, Mrs. Pete HarrcK:
:Miss Stenton attended school at night In the other tables throughout the N'ollman. j ty, and Miss Joyce Denny. Music i and Mrs. Paul Faulkner at the

Victoria Road Rudheath, and A program in auditorium, which seated 12 at At the conclusion of the I I for the evening was furnished byMiss I home of the latter on Westmore
graduate from Raven's Croft phone with Breakfast Mrs. Scholl thankedher Joan Furlong. I .
each table, were covered i land street.A
Hall private school for girls in with Mrs I pastel colored linen cloths and board members and their After a period of fun and i pink and white color motif

1952. Since then she has been Mrs. B. L. I centered with spring flowers in chairmen and committees for +a Christian fellowship, the group I was carried out in the partydecorations.

employed as a librarian. part.The china sprinkling containers. At their wonderful cooperation with was dismissed with the GA parting i The refreshmenttable

Mr. Crews attended at Lawtey following I each place setting for the 100 or her and the club during the past prayer. I was overlaid with a beautI-
Junior High and Bradford elected for : year Mrs. Scholl then presented
High more guests were favors of nylon ful lace cloth and centered witha
School In Starke. He enlisted Inthe chairman, Mrs. ; Mrs. Brown who gave a short
net pastel-colored butterflies. Ladies Council i j four-tiered cake embossed in
Air Force In November 1954 program talk before installing the follow-
Members of the JuniorWoman's pink white. The individual
and has been serving with the Thompson: honored ing officers: the president and Has Outdoor Party 1
Club were cakes were frosted in white and
3rd Air ty, Mrs. W. R. ; vice-presidents remained in office
Force In since
Europe guests and sat at an individual For Pastor's Wife j decorated with pink wedding
July 1955. At present he is sta- Mrs B. L. ; I for another year, and newly jt
table. Miss Dolores McKnight, bells. Pink roses in lovely arrangements -
Life, Mrs. Jack ; installed were, secretary, Mrs.
tioned at the RAF Station Cran-
tian Social president of the Junior Club S. E. Simmons treasurer, Mrs. May Breakfast entertainment!; provided 1 by ((1 I to r) Jean Mun Members of the Ladies Counil I further carried out
age Middlewich, Cheshire. Eng- .. of the First Christian Church
several board members were the color motif.Appropriate .
I Bradford; and H. H. Adams; and corresponding dy, Caroll Ann l'ikett, Jan :Mundorff, C'harlenr Hardy and Mary I
land.The among: the Junior Club members Agnes Mattheus. met Tuesday night at S o'clock 'I contests were pla> -
marriage will be an eventof I Drew Reddish; secretary, Mrs. Charley Johns social
presentMrs. on the church lawn for a ed during the evening and prizeswere
man, Mrs Ray
next December. Committee W. H. Nollman, social Preceding the Breakfast a Library Governing Board com- asked that it be announced at ;! neeting. The occasion was the won by Mrs Ruby Crosb

I Smith; chairman presented a delightful short business meeting was held, posed of five members of the the Breakfast that the 1956-571, I birthday of Mrs. J. E. Sherwood 'I and Mrs. Glenn Conner.

preceding the dining presided over by Mrs. M. W. Senior Club. It was moved that i club dues are due. Mrs. J.V.. I j wife of the pastor. The hostesses presented Miss
ACITABS lOc Mrs. L. C. ; program
Means with Charlene Hardy, Jean Muii- I Cressler vice-president. Mrs. the Club procure a typewriter for I{ Kincaid pointed out that the bylaws Chairs for the meeting were Cooper with a piece of her Revere

New and better relief for Indigestion -I White Jr. dy, Mary Agnes Matthews, and I Merritt Williams and Mrs Lloyd the Library. A recommendation stating "no club property arranged around a long table I' Ware as a memento of the occasion

heart burn, gas and upset I, Carol Ann Pickett singing the Green have asked to be reinstated from Mrs. Scholl asking that she I or furnishings should be loaned :> covered with a lace cloth and i ,
ence Taylor, I
stomach. Ask for them every i I Jr., Mrs. L. C. I II theme song and dancing to "Tip I into the club which they might conduct an Art Class for out without a two-thirds vote of entered with a three-tiered birthday Thirty guests enjoyed this delightful

where. I' Mrs. W. J. I Through the Tulips" Jan I may do upon payment of the club the ages 6 to 16 at the clubhouse I the members" should be enforced !! cake, decorated in pink and affairBarbecue

THE CHEX CO. i Refreshments Mundorff and Jean Mundy sang! dues. It was moved and passed sponsored by the Club. with the finding that 150 teaspoons white. and holding 27 green "

Philadelphia I'a. I' the hostesses, I the duet, "Speak to Me of Love" I that the president appoint a Mrs. Quattlebaum, treasurer were missing. I candles. At each end of the table SupperThe
Salesmen Wanted I vases holdinggwhite :
and Mrs. B. L. were
i. I\ I and Margaret Ratliff honored I II I Cathy who has been attending gladioli and Easter lilies. I State Farm Woman

-- --- ----- 1 I Margaiet's sister, Cathy St. Clair, I BUS: since February will return ;| After a devotional given by Club House Saturday, May 19, at

with a farewell party at the En- :| to her home in Dallas the end ot Mrs. Margaret Blankenship, the II and dance at the CoinmumU

: v-: i listed Men's Club at Blinding, the school year. meeting was turned into a partyfor Cub House Saturday, May If, at

I AM DEEPLY iI I wi'h about 65 young people enjoying t Tickets are now available from :( : Mrs Sherwood. Games and i 7:30 p.m. Barbecued beef ant l

Store"I i the affair -- the young the Junior Women's Club mem- Contests were enjoyed and refreshments I pork will be served, and the!.'
folks enjoyed dancing and refreshments i j hers for their Variety Show which of ice cream and cake I II I will be an orchestra for damini

i Too bad there was such a slim I Kmg.slev Lake, where dancing I throughout the evening and is being given June 8 in the BUS''' sere served- I Admission is $I for adults: an'SO i

To my many friends of Bradford County | crowd at the Talent Show last I' and refreshments were enjoyed the Ratliffs were assisted in serving Elementary eafetorium \ i' Mrs. Sherwood received many:; cents for children Ticket,'

| Friday night Guess it came j throughout the evening Sat by Jimmy and Martha Moore Seems to be all for not lovely) gifts, and Mis Jessie may be pun hased troiu t .ir.v nun
their confidence in me by re-electing me and Cathy's moher, Mrs. R. Y"ngtook coloied photographs
: M.
too soon after election, and everyone urday afternoon D'e'altel's Seeuu in the next ber of the club (or at the door
St. Clair of Dallas, Texas Caiolvn IIi the o(,ision The is invited.
term as Constable, District One. I will try I' was still worn out from attending celebrated her 9th birthday witha I
--- ------ -
rallies all over the couni '! party for 15! friends, when her ---- -- -- -

appreciation by giving yOU four more )' I I ty and the general let-down following mother, Mrs S. L. Peek, Jr. entertained -

. .
Conscientious and Diplomatic service.J. the heated campaign | for her Mis. Peek
Those who didn't make it missed was assisted by her mother, Mrs

I some good entertainment! as ( W. H, Holland, of Dublin, Ga.

usual It is always surprising the party was held on the Peek
L. SILCOXPd. j I just how much fine talent does lawn where games and refreshments ctS

1 i turn up at these events j were enjoyed two
( I'ol. Adv.) Particularly pleasing to these ears dances were held Saturday night ; : i

I was a rendition of "Angels in I' by the young folks the 13

I The Sky" with those Three Crew Woman's Club was the scene of
Cuts (Archie Green, Tommy a lively Bop party given by ._
Haines and Harold Tyus) pro-I'Barbara Blankenship, Linda Was-

viding the background for lovely'!! din and Mary Lou Edwards :

Walt Sibley Thanks :: lyrics by Carol Ann Pickett roses and glads were used for i ;

I I Almost sounded as good as the party decorations with an arrangement -
of the 4vF1nriLr'r: : ;
Four Crew Cuts on records same centeringthe
I want to express my many. many thanks t
to my old and new friends in Bradford I Most thrilled person at the event refreshment table in the Sun- ;
was doubtless Boy Scout Bil room chaperoning the 75;
wonderful tote and support given me on I
Flakes who received a handsome guests were Era WasJin, Margaret -
member of the School Hoard. Although 3
wrist watch, donated by Gem Blankenship, Eloise and
work together for the welfare) of our boys I
Jewelry, for selling the most Charlie Cowen. Mrs. Van Anderson -
Bradford for the of I
County our
tickets and Merrill and Louree Edwards
ter bus service and better teachers. i I
Happy to see Rhoda Dampier : that same evening 20
Wife and I again say thanks many I back at her job in Selective j couples, including members of the

the Lord bless you Service office after being off, Little Women's Club held a partyat
Strickland's Landing where
three weeks for surgery in St.

Sincerely Vincent's noted that George: I swimming, dancing and bowlingwere I
I enjoyed Frankie Hardy
Patten and Gil
W. S. (Walt) District Assembly; celebrated his 7th birthday at a
ed the Rotary i
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) in Tally on Sunday and Monday I party in Delores Knight's first
glad to hear that Johnny 'I grade class room Wednesday afternoon -
and that night DrewBuried
Torode is getting along nicely I|
after undergoing surgery in I $ .95

LET Riverside Hospital last \\'ednes-// r PRICED 13
I day to Friday John 6.70 x 15

will an ive home next Tuesday for i / FOR ONLY Exchange Plus: Tax '
10 days leave after finishing
Do Your Thinking For i
in the Air Forceat
basic training I
7 Gulf's tire.
Lackland Field, San Antonio new economy high-mileage

I Texas.Marty Green has moved)I]I i

from the Harrington Apts |

to the former Prather house on J $ THE GULF TIRE

Water St. and Wilford and I :
Rita Boyd, who were married in [: L

Orlando on April 8, are occupying New Low PriceS

Mc, i one of the Haynes cottages on I
I i
'- Alive!
J Water St. Wilford is stationedat i

i iI,I GC3 N'AS Hear that i \ $

those darling pastel colored but- liE REALIZED after the 11 .

Our Wide Variety Of i terflies the that May were Breakfast given as were favorsat designed -: fire, that his insurance cowered Ti rM rri y 6,00x16

only his home andhe'd
Gifts For Either by Mary Ann Smith. i Exchange Plus Tai:
Boy or i I Among those attending the ,I lost thousands in household x

American Legion State convention contents too!
Certain To Please. Our I this weekend will a.
in Daytona
All sizes low priced for big sav-
be Arch and Jean Thomas Bill Don't you be! buried in bills

nel Is Experienced In : and Alyce Graham, Sarge Suslow. :I (for clothing, rugs, furniture ings! White sidewalls available in

Jerry Gay, Seeber and Eloise after a disaster. Get adequate most sizes-similarly low priced.
Goodman, Harry and Mae Hatch-
Make Wise Selections i er. S. G. and Ernestine Denmark. insurance on your home t r All tires on sale are new, quality
Trade-in for a set of safe,
Charlie and Melba Partin, Charles and its contents today. Gulf tires. Fully backed with a

Economical. : and Margie Schaeffer, Bill and ,: dependable Gulf Tires Today! Written
I Margaret Coram, and John and

: Audrey Grew.Certainly .
H. C. Wall AgencyPhone
I have been a lot of !

parties to keep the town jumping I Faulkner's Gull ServiceTemple

in the past week the Talent ,' : 146
I Show wasn't the ony affair on'f
the calendar last Friday: e\'ening-I i i 200 E. Call Street

"Still Starke's Finest I Flora Slade and Iran Cov- 'I Ave. and Center St. Phone 245R.DFORD
I Department ington gave a dance for 125 Starke Fla.

I friends at the Slade home onj I i

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r "III I Dinner guests of :Mr.. and Mrs. Dr. and :Mrs W. E. Middletor I+, ;and :Mrs. Nelson Faulkner i
L. A Wynn on Hampton Lau< and daughter Miss Madge Middlj-., and family of Lakeland were -- -

last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. ton visited Mr. and :Mrs. J. A weekend guests of Mr and Mrs

; T. E. Duncan and daughter, SueI Budd Jr. and family in Jacksonville Paul Faulkner.Mr. .

&tddnaitkZciYIN I of Gainesville! and Mr. and frsI.T. Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. George Pow..l li] GEJIORllDW
P. Haen and children ol:/ Mrs. J. C. Cone of Brooker u of Newton, N C. are spending i

| Ocala. spending a few days this week two weeks with Mrs J. H. Fields _
i I Mrs Effie Carter and Mrs. 4 _
THE NEWS ._..- I with :Mrs. W. E I'lummer and! Mrs. George Jordan and familvof :' :
: Effie Johns attended the Homecoming 'jMr.: and Mrs. M. F. Hazen. Alma. Ga. wrre weekend
at Long Branch Church: I guests of Mrs. Den FaulknerMrs.
Mr &
I Mrs. James Hair and
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I, I|: last Sunday. daughter Ann, of Lake City and Barney McRae and Mr lORIDAYS-A.WEEKAJA&PI:
Mrs II L. Brownlee and Mrs Mrs Lem Lawrence, Mrs. Phil |. Mrs W. T. Saxon of Oakland I Mrs. Annie and I F. M Crawford and children visit i
Jim Chasteen and children visited! lip Smith, and Mrs. William !j: Park spent a few days recently, Hollingsworth ed the Stephen Foster Memorial) :
daughter, Penny, of Starke were
Mrs S. E. Brownlee in Gainesville Flink of Jacksonville were Saturday I, with her sister, Mrs. Bertha] I at White Springs on Sunday
visiting Mrs. W. H. Hair in Wildwood -
on Saturday. I guests of Mrs. Garl Mathews. Pearce.
I Mr and Mrs. John Mixon and
Miss Janelle Braddy of Lakeland I Mrs. Carrie Ritch left for! Mr. and Mrs. A. B Walker [ on Sunday. children attended !! \ "Super-Right" Fancy Quality

was the weekend guest of j Miami Thursday to spend a few: and son. Gene: and Mrs. Clara I' Mr and Mrs. J. D. Doyle visited union on Mother's Day a family with Mrs r.- 1
Rev and Mrs. L. D. Haines and days with her son and family Ryals of Savannah Ga. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs George Doyle atDoctor's
M. E. Mixon and Mr and :Mrs
family Mr. and Mrs. X T. Ritch. | W. M. Lawson and Mr. and Mrs. I Inlet Sunday afternoon .
!' A. M :Mixon in Gainesville .
Mr and Mrs. Sam Caruso and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and daughter I W F. Castleberry of Auburndale Col and Mrs. H. C. Wall and MEAT
I .
family of Jacksonville were Sun- Joyce, were in Tallahassee' were among those from out-of- I! children of St. Augustine were
d.iy visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Monday where Mrs. Morgan took town who attended the funeralof I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Junius
Henry StcfanellL I her State Board Beautician', P. P. Woods at the First Smith and family at Kingsley
Mrs. Carl Anders spent last I I exam for a senior license. i i Baptist Church last Friday after i Lake over the weekend. J FLORIDATHEATRE o+ Seer 3 12-oz Cans IRC

week: with Mr. and Mrs. E.V Mrs. Mattie Gahagan will leave, noon. j Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson ofj
I t A !
Te,ton in Jacksonville. today for two weeks' visit with I! Friends of Roy Ward of Lake i j Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Y.,11 Sare (

Mrs Y. A. Harris of Gainesville] friends and relatives in Savannah. City, former Starke resident will i I Flume were Sunday guests ofI i

spent the weekend with Mr. and Ga. and Beaufort, Hardeeville and : regret to hear of the death of Mr. and Mrs R. A. Colson on: Ubbfsllawaiian
Mrs. Lex Green and family. Bluffton, S. C. ,J I II his father George W. Ward. 79.1 I. Mother's Day. : 20 Oz Can

Mrs. W. H. Struth and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herlong of Dixie, Ga. on May 6.Mr. Mr. and Mrs C. C. Shepard I Libby's FancySLICED PINEAPPLE 29c
Miss Kate Struth, had as spending this week in Jack- and Mrs. Algar Thomasof I
are of
I and daughter, Martha Jane, Sat. May 19-ONLY I
recent guests. Mr. and Mrs. W. sonville with relatives. Miami are spending a few days
weekend Freestone
Lake City were guestsof Double Feature PINEAPPLEJUICE Hakes 20 O/
L Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. I Mrs Mary Edwards and Mrs this week with Mr. and Mnc | ('anJ
I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight.
Struth ana Mrs. Leah Bauknlght W. E. Edwards of Branford were!I ,. G. Barksdale and Mrs. Lula The Knights also had as Sunday DALEmm SULTANA PEACHES 29c
Mr. and Mrs. W. Dr. M. R. Her- j I
of Jacksonville, Monday guests of I Molt. i
guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Powell f-21
W Page Jr. and daughter, Mer long and Mrs. Carrie Adams. j Mrs. R A. Barkley of Jacksonville 1
and son John, Jr., of Jackson ? J I E Fancy Quality 14 Oz. Bottle
rill Lynn, of Lake City and Irs.I I Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mathevsiof I spent last Friday with her I JOANNE

I* M. DeSha of Woldwood. Atlantic Beach and Mr. and i, sister, Mrs Inman Green. ville.Mrs.. Lucile Davis spent Saturday F DRJ i HEINZ KETCHUP 23c
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Godwin Mrs. Garl Mathews of Starke I Mr. and Mrs Randall Chitt}' w
and children of Silver Bay. Minn were Mother's Day dinner guests : were visiting his parentcMiand I night with Miss Beryl Holland j/ 46-0% cans JftCA&P's Ann
Page Imitation
Gainesville. On Sunday Fla\oring
in 2 tie
indefinite ,
arrived last week for an of }tr. and Mrs. Lowell Mathews Mrs. M. F. Chitty in Lake

visit with their mothers Mrs. I Mrs. D. E. Knight and son. i i iI land, Ga. on Saturday.Mr. I Mrs. Davis' son-in-law and daughter etui V VANILLA Special V aluel'jn23'
and Mrs. Bertha : Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis
Eve Godwin Paul, were dinner guests SUnday and Mrs. Roy Ward of
Pearce. I of Mr. and Mrs. Hollis V. Knightat Lake City held a family reunionat !I Jr brought her home and then Tooth PasteDENTIKISS
children went to the State Farm where !
Mrs. Ed Flakes and Crystal Lake. their Kingsley Lake home on I up
attended a family reunion uFokston. Mrs. Myra Foy of Lake City! Mother's Day. Enjoying the affair 'I they spent Sunday evening with Crestmont 2'ge tubes
Mr. and Mrs 49c
Ga. on Sunday.Mr. I was the weekend guest of Dr. were Mr. and Mrs. S L Mr. Davis' parents

ant Mrs. F. B. Beard returned M. B. Herlong and Mrs. Carrie Peek, Jr. and children, Mrs. S. L. II W. M. North. ('
to their home at Kings- I Adams. Peek Sr. of Starke, and Mrs. Mr. and :Mrs. Kenneth Clark of -And- ICE CREAM

ley Lake Tuesday after spending I Paul Knight, who has boen'1 1I W. H. Holland of Dublin, Ga. I Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and Cell 2455 Death Row NArlht 6-oz 3 for 79c

a week in Florence, S. C. where vacationing in Florida and also I Mr and Mrs. M. W. Lance and : Mrs. I. E. Clark on Sunday.:

they attended the wedding of a :I visiting relatives in Starke, left I' daughter Babs spent the weekend !II Mrs T. J. Griffin, Miss Annie Campbell and Grant 1 / Gal Ctn -

niece. I Monday for Chicago on a business i-! in Waycross, Ga. with :Mr. Darby Dr. T. G. Ritch and Mrs i Mus "1 Taw A Putty Tat" Cartoon 69C -

Mrs. Mattie Gahagan, John trip. Mr. Knight will spend j and Mrs. R. N. Carswell. Mrs Carrie Ritch spent Sunday in and Chap, 'i Serial 72
Powell and John Godwin spent and from' j Jacksonville where they visited
a few days in Chicago L. J. Richardson and daughtersof
Thursday and Friday of last there will go to New York where Valdosta, Ga. joined her familyin ; Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and IISUPER RIGHT MEATS"
Sun.. Mon and Tues.
week in St. Petersburg and Pass- he has business interests. j Waycross and accompanied the daughter, Gloria. At noon they
A-Crille. Jr. i i attended the Mother's Day luncheon May 20, 21, 22
Mrs. O. W. j week's visit. Super
Mr. and Lances home for a Right
Hard Corn Fed Half
or 6 to 10 Lb
Club I A\g.
E. K. Jose Country
and Mrs. in ] at San
Judge I and O. W. White, Sr. were Mr. and Mrs C. W Walters I'll Cry Tomorrow
were in Jacksonville shopping last Friday visitingMrs. Ga. guests j and in the afternoon they attended *
Jacksonville Sr. of Dublin, were i I SLICED DELICIOUSASSORTED FRESH PORK HAMS 47c
on Tuesday.Mrs. Charles Fields who returned i over the weekend of Mr. and Mrs : the Mother's Day tea andj With Suzan Ha j worth
Del Colley left Wednesdayfor Wednesday of last i iI ) family.Mr. j: dress parade at Bolles school at Is Cartoon
to her home S. L. Peek, Jr. and 1'lu"Copt Tops" I Super-Right Half Whole
New Orleans to see her daughter I week from St. Vincent's Hospital :; and Mrs. J. H DuPre left !I which Cliff Mendoza is a member COLD CUTS or
Barbara, receive her nurse's of this year's graduating class.
where she underwent surgery Tuesday for a few days in Hayes- L. II. CIRSON PORK LOINS Ib 49c
rap at the Capping exercises in I' McVay Sr. and Mr. and !i attendedthe | Mr. and Mrs. Prow Strickland
L. C. ville, N. C. where they Ounce PackageSPICED
Charity Hospital on Friday eve and Bobbie Fay I! i had as Sunday guests her father "
Jr. Wed. Thur .
Mrs. McVay funeral of Rev. L. M. Burgess I and Fri.Mav Super.nl ht ThickS
ning. Barbara will return home friends and W. H. Moyer of Jacksonville, and HAM 25c
I Smith are visiting I' Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. and Mrs I : 2.5.: 24. 25
with her mother Sunday for two;' Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Striikland lbs
relatives in Montgomery. W. H. Xollman are spending a 1 Ounce Package SLICED BACON 2 79'SuperRight
weeks' vacation. : !! of Lake City and daughter, Mis.
week. week in Sarasotaas
this few days this
Mr and Mrs. Robbie Shaller G. R. Rogers of Marjorie Strickland of Gaines- LIVER LOAF 27c
Mr. and Mrs. guests of Dr. and Mrs. L. M i Extra Lean
had as dinner guests Sunday, and Mr.. and Mrs I j' Freshly
Mr. and Mrs. Don Tilley and son Merritt Gainesville Williams of Starke spent II i Noble. I' y'lle.Mr.. and Mis. Seeber Goodm.in r- LPCINEMAScoPE S OPPED'HAM' GROUND BEEF &
Xollman 39C
Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mr. and : 39c
of Jacksonville and I the weekend with Mrs. J. F. i left Thursday for Daytona Beach
Carl Gabries and Mr. and 'frs'j' I attended a buffet supper partyat
Bill Tilley and children of Rogers in Jacksonville.Landrum spent |: the home of Mr. and Mrs. i j where convention they will over attend the the weekend Legion S Ounce PackageBOLOGNA .All-d'ood(; Brand Sugar Cured Sliced
Miss Elizabeth Lawson of West !! Miss C.' II. Dawkins, Jr. in Jacksonville 23c
with her grandparent During th absence from home "
the ( BACON
: which > 37c
Saturday e'eningat
Palm Beach and Mr. and Mrs. j Mr. ana Mrs. J. A.I Mrs. Goodman's mother Mrs
Mrs. Dawkins Sr. was also a
of Palat-
Joe Jordan !
indium in Brooksville.H. Ethel Pickien of Gainesville is ONTHE
ka spent Sunday with their parents H. Rabb, manager of thejWall guest. staying with their children. 41In ._;-v-,
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson.Mr Insurance Agency, attended Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts 1 Mr. and Mrs E A. Rowton and "

and Mrs. C. H. Register I I the State Convention of the Flori-; spent Mother's Day with his family of Tallahassee spent the 1 Jane Parker Luscious

and son Charles, of Tallahassee ;i ill Association of Insurance parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bill RESHOEDrOFSACE
and Miss Agnes Lawson of FSU i Roberts at Daytona Beach. '
Washington Graham and Mrs. Bertha Fuller
at the George
will be Sunday guests of Mr. and Agents ;(i ito Mr. and Mrs. Andre Burton 8-in each
Hotel in Jacksonville on Thursday i! Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Finzer "
Mrs. H. A. Lawson.Mr I Phillips CHERRY PIE 39C
Saturday of last week. and Mr. and Mrs. Remmer were at Daytona Beach on Sun-
and Mrs. Robbie Shaller Pickering and children of Daytona '. ,ftotolyUWU .
Mr and Mrs. L. N. da} '
and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tilley and I Mrs. Gail Mathews and Mr. and Beach spent Sunday with Mr. and Miss Marjorie Dill of Way'n.ss 'tt.t\: ,' '.

children wt're'l'ttnesd evening -j j Mrs. Ralph Alvarez were in.: :Mrs. Ernest Phillips and all visited : Ga. is spending a week with herparents J":;"-,. .dO

dinner guests of Mr. and I Gainesville last Friday evening Mrs Rosa Phillips in Lake :| Mr. and Mrs. J P. Dill. I .....

Mrs. Don Tilley in Jacksonville II Where they attended the weddingof :> City in the afternoon.Mr. i I Robert Filth and son. Barry t ( Jane Parker Light TenderFOODLargeRin9 J
the occasion of Don .
on Ray'llbirthday and Mrs. S. W. Haisten ,
Miss Jane Jordan to Gerald : made a business trip to Marys- ,
anniversary. I McCoy and also the reception spent last week on vacation with ville, Tenn. over the weekend. !

following at the Hotel Thomas. I friends and relatives in Northwest i I! Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kinard and GUY VIRGINIA \\fij; ?

I Elissa Stefanelli had as weekend Florida. ; children of Ocala were Sunday MADISON LEITH ; ANGEL 39C

THANK YOU i guest Kay*\Valrath of Keystone i, Mrs. G. E. McCauley Mr. and f e'ening'isitors of Mr and Mr ii" ,
Mis. Carl Motts and Mrs. Jennings A. L. Crosby. Jr. JOHN DEAN :>
Heights. ( 4'
Jr. McCauley of Palatka were HODIAK DAGGER
Sgt. Oliver H. Aspinwall
I wish to thank my many j I, returned i Sunday to Fort Bragg: [ unday guests of Mr. and Mrs. "One Stop Sen ice' 9IESf1ntD IT 2011 rENiur1 fp1 Jane Parker Enriched

friends of District One forgiving N. C after spending ten days Charles Hardy Remodeling Your Home? .

me the opportunityto with his grandfather, T. S. Wi- i B'llie Lee Bryan of Gainesville! See Me For Your Wiring I b STtMOWOW touio'Y -., 1-lb Loaf
jams and sister Mrs. Margaret was the weekend guest of her I. WHITE BREAD 14C
Joe Martinez
be their Justice of Peace cousin. Charlene Hardy. ''lu' 'To Hop To Handle" Cartoon

starting next January. I W Davis. Matthews Licensed Electrician I __ __ ___ ____ __
Mrs. Edward Ensor and :Mrs. j Miss Mary Agnes
want whether Jacksonville, and spent' the weekend with Miss Ray' Bonded \1RS. AD CROSBY
everyone, Mary Lane of ,
they voted for me or not, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Godwin and Norfleet in Madison. 'I Phone 237-J: ,N ; ?. Ann Page Pure Fruit PLUM
children were Mother's Day: Mrs. Paul Miller of Miami .i
to feel free to see me at guests of Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Beach is spending two weeks Jar

any time.ALEX Mrs. X. T. Bitch of Ocala was 'I with her parents, Mr. and Mrs so PRESERVES 39C

Monday guest of Mrs Effie S. W. Haisten.
L. BARNESI'd. I Johns. I Mrs. II. B. McLendon returned

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox and : to her home in Orlando on Monday Fresh Tender
( 1'01.d\'.) I daughters. Priscilla and Cynthia ) after spending two weeks TENDER

I of Live Oak were visiting Mrs with her mother, Mrs. E. S I POLE BEANS Pound 19c Golden Sweet

i D.' L Silcox on Sunday.ALVAREZ' Matthews
Miss Martha Winkler was home

for the weekend from Dell Medical Fresh Texas

11'11 l i STORE .l\1en'sClothing I College. and, Mrs.Asheville J. M., N.Williams C.Mr b Ib CARROTS 2 Ib bag 15c

I Established 1S94 \\I and daughter June, of \\'aycross.Ga. CORN25C

were Sunday guests of Mr Sugar LoadPINEAPPLES
and Mrs. Morris Williams[ and 6

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse NewsomeMr. I ik1w large size 39c

I and Mrs. Drew Reddish and
son. Stan spent the weekend with
EMERSON TV SET her mother, :!..trsY.. M. Edwardsin Crisp! PascalCELERY _,

Jacksonville.Mrs. 1 large stalks A&P PreparedSPAGHETTI
Gladys Pricher returned 8 10c
to her home in Plant City Tuesday World's NewestRefrigerator I II II I

jf I after spending the past II I I
e- = month with her step-sister Mrs. POTATOES lOc 153-lOz. Can
Ewell Lawson and family. Iq ;i .. W milk .
> I[, :Mrs. R. M. St. Clair of Dallas. 1 n 1J pint inplc rota l. Mhri 2 for 23cBirdeve

$198.00TV [ Texas arrived Friday to spend bntfogn. Heidi '/, hili. Frozl'nSTRAWBERRIES
two weeks with her son-in-law TI tl trout' itjclabld u

; y i i r ( Ratliff.and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Drew ,. O ;.,,y : lilt show" &l I,,,. 10-0 pkg 25c wlr; RIGHT

| Mr. and Mrs. R. R Hatchings .g PAPER

I spent the weekend in Eustis xvi'hMr. 10 O/ Pkj
_ over
and :Mrs. R. A. Green and GREEN 125 Feet 23C
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hooten. i. S100" PEAS 2 for 35'Uirdeye

S Mrs F. A Moore of Gaines- ,
Service I vine is spending this week with BISQUICK

i Mrs. J. B. Sapp. MODEL

[I i children Mr. and of Jacksonville Mrs I. H. Hazen were Sunday and 10.8 cv. ft. family tilt model [CI I SPINACH 11 oz pkg 2 for 29c 20 Oz Pkg 23c

All Work Guaranteed I With luwtit 1956 dtluftatwrtt. .. i
Free Estimates visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. I .i

Fully Equipped ... DependableAll E. McKinney Fun-width 49>lb. topotityrci I i Birdeye 10 OZ.

Mr. and Mrs Drew Ratliff had ( ,r. twit. width chiHtt : 'PENMOTOR
Makes and Models BROCCOLI
as weekend guests Dr. and Mrs. tray Bvtttr bin. Dep door SPEARS 2'43'
Joe Davis of'e Oak and Miss ,I ,h,"... I OIL

Wympy dicks of Jacksonville.Mr. I

CHAS. C. SHEPHERD and Mrs. Darrell Key spent : t ...,".. N.,..,, ,... N. Quart 27C
Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.

TV Radio Seat Covers Upholstering ,i W.:Mrs.! Jordan Barney in Alachua.McRae and Mrs i!: \WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE r FOR HOME LAUNDRYto

Phone 239 Starke
Fla. I Al Harley spent Tuesday to I II SAIL
wr rwu."a4 N. ....... DETERGENT
I Thursday of last week in Pensa- 324 X Ave. :
OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY cola where they attended the Temple Phone 116 412 Call St. Giant Size
I Starke, Florida 53C
funeral of an aunt, Mrs. Annie I Starke, Fla.

Bailey. : ....






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J. C. Nolan was a busincsI ; f

MAXV1LLEISy I i visitor in Ocala last Monday. STATE FARM GRIFFIS t
Mrs. Lealer Harris and sorHershell ) LOOP !

), and Mrs. Gladys Copeland .. ,
:\Irs. C. B. SotauAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA and family spent the UM j By Janet TurnerI By :.Mrs. Ixil, (ulrnijn THANKSI

with Mr and Mrs. Pete Gnfii
Sunday. Mr Gnffis seems to b' ,
IT,\ OfficerInttaJlrd and Mrs would like to express humble
,i petting along nicely after a i > Morgan Harper my ,
Last Wednesday. May 9, at j Mi and Mrs. J C. Wallace .ire In Jackson:! this .
1 visiting
I 't i? p m the Daniel Boone I cent operation on his leg. :, '. ul HO weekend guests Mr. andIli. their nninIaand gratitude to the oters of BradfordCounty .

'neii i''.". last meeting for the 19,5-I:: I "'at", ," Home Broken! Into ,. R A. Wells of Jacksonville. Mr and Mr.ME. daughter. -

>ti i-hoo! term. Mrs Evelyn L. i i Thieves broke into the home .i ii ': 1 :Mi.H.. D. Turnage: and chil- I Be kill fur re-eJectinsr me to the f

Stack, >chord principal, perform-j i Mr. and\ Mrs. Melvin Watson l.t- 1t .: iTi of Albany. Ga. are spend- Mrs Sclota Coleman had as School Board.I .

i'! installation ceremonies atj I i' Sunday night and were surpris. ..;r a week with her parents, Mr. guests Sunday afternoon Mrs.
of the W.r Harry Sterns and Mr and Mrs
"he tm'ftmg. The new officers in- by the sudden return t i-:;'i Mrs. A. C Belche. I
I sons and had to fee and left th Bernard Jacobson.
Bailed were: Mrs. Dorothy KU-J J(' loot behind them. Evidently th All the families of the Farm j Mrs Roy McKinney is in M..inu I do not cln'id'r.this, a personal achievement
ton' president; Mrs. Rosalie Xo- \ nt to welcome Dr. and Mrs. this week. but the

ian 1st vice president; Mrs E.M. thieves thought church the Watson Sund.i! \ J + 'halIt'sV.: Bush, who recently Ina Stern was Sunday afternoon results of the tery active Mipport of many friends and

Feagle 2nd vice president; wl'reattending ,lIne here from Niles, Mich. Dr. guest of Amelia Coleman. w dl wi hers.: .
Mrs. Elsie Mae Cannon, secretary; evening and attempted tot<-i lush!: has taken over the duties Buddy Brown of the Naval Aviation

Mrs Laverne Lucas, treasurer.; their television set some fum. "a! physician for the prison. Station. -
| Quonset Point. Rhode
\ ommittea was appointed to' ture and personal belonging K.n '1 Michael Rucker of San Diego, : Island, is home on leave for a few Due to circumstances it
the was
I II' Everything was on r impossible for
school which will i me u>
man a picnic y Calif has days.

)< held Friday evening, May 25, ,I porch waiting to be home.loaded BId whe I. '" jI. pan-nts, Mr.been"isitlng and Mrs. J.his M.grand-Bradley I Mrs. Thelma Harris. Mrs. Edna see a large portion of the Miters, and had it not been.

for ill leathers, patents an! children the Watson's came oFrZ for the week. He Jones and Mrs. Charlotte Jones for the help of friends
I hounds traced the tracks to W( past retained the results could hate been
I 11 Sunday to the home of i were in Jacksonville one day lank
nearby road where<< the burglar quite different
Mi .ind Mrs. Leslie Sweat and' week.
his other grandparents, Mr and
I i i escaped in a waiting automobiltMr .
.imily visited in Jacksonville Mrs. Seab Rucker of Lake Butler Mrs. Myrtle Priest enjoyed an
and Mrs. C. B. Nolan an<[I '
Saturday with Mrs. Sweat's sister + J where he will the .overnight visit with her son-in-
sons, and Mrs. Nolan's mothe I' _, ''' I I :hall always he indebted I
to all
M of
Mrs James Hogar. and fami- mer months. |law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ; you and I shall

ly. Palatka and sister, and Mrs.Mrs.W G.A. Cannon M. Beak.i h i :Susan llajuard. as Lillian Ruth, and Ray lUnton, a. David, the, ,!| Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and her ,1, Hick Hinson of Hampton last Sun- do my conscientious best to be a !school board member

Mrs. Katheryne Blackburn | of Hastings! spent Sunday after- first love of her life, in "('iI fry Tomorrow," shuuing at the Florida i I house guests, Mrs. M. A. Garcia I day.I Mrs.. that all of Bradford CluntilI ne\er he disappointed
and children of Jacksonville! j and daughter, visited relatives in Edna Jones visited Mrs.
noon at Jacksonville BeachWe Theatre Sunday through Tuesday. iLi/zie
fpent the weekend visiting with j I Marion County Thursday of last McKinney Monday after-
wish to extend our sym- '
Mrs. Blackburn's mother, Mrs Brown. Her 'pupils in the Mdxville! "listurt will 1 ........................ ;, week. :roon.I .
to Mrs.
pathy George
Mae and Mr J the Maxville Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Turner had I Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green and
raidell. flintily be registered at |
I mother, Mrs Loney Moore, -
and Mrs. Melvin Watson antifamily ,, i Saturday evening passed in school on those days. All chil- LONG BRIDGEs as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and children, and Mrs. Mildred Griffin Again, THANKS, from the bottom of my heart

carried them back to''I Gainesville.away Funeral services I dren reaching the age of 6 yearsi AND NEW RIVER i I Mrs J. L. Anderson of Starke. ',I weekend.visited in Orlando and Bunnellla.-

Jacksonville Sunday evening. I held there Wednesday.Mr. i or before Dec- 31 195G; should j Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley ]
Friends of Mrs. Mae Caldwell!1 be registered. Proof of age by Mrs. I:. A. SappuuuAAUUUAUUA.AAa ,[ had as their guests last Sunday'I was a dinner
and Mrs. Ralph Wilson of ,, his
guest of mother
will be glad to know that she I j birth certificate is required.I I | their sons and grandchildren, Mr. ,, Seleta'iColeman
Jacksonville spentfothers Day on Mother's i
is improving after a recent iil- i We are sorry to learn that Ray ;i I and Mrs. Reese Bradley and children Day. (IM. 1'01.11\.)
Wilson's mother. Mrs I I
with Mrs.
I i Everyone is invited to attend
i.ess. I Harris is ill with an attack of |II Mr and Mrs. \\'. II. Andrews of Jacksonville, and Leslie
Hattie Nolan and family f i church services at
A very large crowd attended I j Bradley and children of Starke. [ Boatdrain
virus-flu. of Jacksonville were Sunday dinner -
Caldwell and Leland
Ronnie Baptist Church.
Sunday School
the annual hornet: Drains services I Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette Carrol i i guests of Mis. Nan Moody. I Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell i
to school Monday 10
Watson returned -
a.m. Worship Service 11
which were held at the LongTHANK | after being absent several.: of Jacksonville were visitors in I Mr. and Mrs. Ramie Johns ofI j accompanied their daughter, Mrs. i Training Union 7 p.m. Evening a.m.

Maxville SundayMrs. I Jacksonville and Mr. Mrs. M A. Garcia and daughter. Ste- '
with Little Sandra I an { Service 8
days mumps. p.m. C F. Padgett,
and Larry Caldwell are confined i I A. R. Johnson spent a I; Carl Wynn of Starke visited Mrs. phanie, to the Jacksonville air- : pastor r rr yMy1K/rWi w ,

to their home this week with ,I couple of days last week with ; Fronie Moody Sunday morning.. port Tuesday for their return :

i I her sister in Folkston Ga. i Mr. and Mrs. Jonnie Yarbrougnand trip to Camarillo, Calif after a''

N mumps.Booster 1'olio Shot i I M-Sgt. Raymond Kilgore of I Mr and Mrs. Pete Yarbrough month's visit with the Caldwells Window CleaningReasonable

Booster shots of polio vaccine ,i I Panama City was home for i of Raiford were Sunday afternoon Mrs. Leslie Biggs will meet Mrs 4P'del-Stri rs ,

i will be given at Baldwin on Mon- j!1 Mothers Day.: 'guests of Mr. and Mis. O. B. Moo- Garcia in Atlanta, Ga., where Prices i

o'clock I,j Mrs. C. B. Nolan and sons were dy. there will be a three-hour layover Outside OntJOe: (
day, June 4th, from 2 until upW.
4 oVloek! p.m. i i iI j in Jacksonville Friday and Sat- I Christine Bagwell of Starke in her plane schedule AGNEW.' aj P11rf {, t
i Prop. e f'th
A Grace Harris and Claude urday of last week. J Mike of Palatka attended \ .
Miss and son, 111
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I to begetting ,Tv'vvvvvvhvv... Cherry :St. StArke) Fla. f Too
Ak North enjoyed a trip to Tallahassee !I Woodrow Harris seems church services at Long Bridge ?f

with the senior class of the ,| along nicely, but still I' last Sunday morning and were l. I

Baldwin High School last Friday isn't able to walk after being hit dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. E CLAY HILLby .' .
while walking across ;\
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They enjoyed a sightseeing tour ,i |: A. Sapp. i '
and movie. ; the road in front of Page's store :Mrs. J. U StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I ,
a i Mrs. Irene Green of HeilbronnI :

Ra. Rental Being Held I on Highway 301, last Tuesday I visited her daughter, Mrs. James COLONIAL
_a. Rev N. H. Harris is conducting evening He is at the home of
I ;i Lavender, Sunday afternoon. 7
an old fashioned full Gospel Aunt Fannie Griffis. i! Mr. and Mrs George Green D. B. Lang of Tampa spent the I II T I IP

,.r. Tent Revival at Westconnett on Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Sweat and ant children of Jacksonville visited I weekend with relatives at Clay FLORISTPHONE I

110th St Services begin at 7:45 family Macclenny were guestsof ; Mr. and Mis. Seeber Moody Hill.Mrs. Many a man who considers himself a good

p.m nightly. Everyone is cordially !- Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Higgin- last Winnie Harris of Jackson- is let his wife the
Sunday. executive, glad to run
invited to attend I botham and family and Mr. and ville spent Sunday with her aunt, 218
j I Mrs. Leslie Sweat and family last Mrs. Nan Moody was in Gainesville Elgin Lang, and other relatives at home on a "household allowance." He
Mi md Mrs. Bob Nolan and i i I
son of 1''il1P'isied with Mr. Saturday night. and Mrs.last Harold Saturday Shiver visiting, was Clay Hill and attended Homecoming knows that she can make the money go
Mrs. Glayds: Copeland has | and svrvices at Long Branch (j)
Nolan'mother, Mrs. Hattie Nolan moved her house to a lot located also in Bunnell in the afternoon. Church. farther than he could.

and family Sunday. Carol Thomas, daughter of Mr.
close: to the Maxville Baptist \Ve received another surprise
YOU Mr and Mrs. J. C. Carter and and Mrs. Carl Thomas!' of Colum- These "business women in the home" are
to be able to FLOWERSFor
church and! hopes Saturday evening we started -
i son of Jacksonville were guests of(I I move into it soon. bus. Ga. is spending the summer to church at Clay Hill. Just well known at this bank. Their:: handling

SINCERELYGuy ': Mr and Mrs. Henry Carter and Mr and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and 1 with her grandparents, Mr. and I. turned around in the car to start i All Occasions I '
1 j family Sunday. I I ;Mrs. Fernie Moody, and attendingII 'down cf money matters compels our admiration,
family were business visitors in the road toward church when
N L Cannon was a business I II I Jacksonville Saturday.The I Starke high school. !! who should drive up but two of our DISH GARDENS and we are proud to serve them.FLORIDA .

Andrews I I visitor in Jacksonville! Saturday. I.,I Y. P. E. of the Maxville I I Mr and Mrs. Seeber Moody I II sons. Eugene and Lacy Fields POTTED PLANTS !
Registration Of New Pupils j jI I II i barbecue in Brooker wife and
Congregational Holiness won enjoyed the Dorothy son Donny and I

I ('<'>iin\! \\idi- <'t; stiahon: (if first place in the Y. P. E. program -I I Saturday night given by SouthI ,I II another little boy Christ Miller, POTTERY ,

(I'd. 1'01.J.) new pupils welt b<- he'd M.t1M: last week. The program I ern Oil & Chemical Co. for the I who came to spend a few days

___ 25: !i-iiii 9 .1 i in ,iinti! :2 p !'ii All trill. be put on again next Satur- ;, employees. i! with us. Naturally, I didn't attend Flowers {WiredAnywhere i BANK t STARK|

(i i : night at the church and theN Otis Blown, who is employed church Saturday night. 1t'eall I
invited attend. : attended n"rvires at Long
,- : u ,6''" to by the Southeastern Utility Service -
\ .Tumor Training has been or- ,I Co. of Ocala, was home lao Branch on Sunday, heard a wonderful I i Member Florida National Group

To my many "i/.d at the Maxville Baptist weekend. sermon, and enjoyed. the II I I Nona St. Starke :i

'' The young people will i i While Mr. and Mrs.. JamesLavender good; singing. There was a larger iI I

OLD and NEW ,.' iowd present than we have seen
c it'h Sunday at 6:30.: i iMi |I and children were enjoying I
in one gathering some time. ,
j ,end Mrs. S. E Godwin and j: a TV program Sunday
We estimated there between
FRIENDS! i have recently moved into i ii i I night in their home, they had a were

ni I'\\' home on Highway :3011: I I most unwelcome guest: that came! four we did and almost five hundred as well as present the political so- SEE THE DIFFERENCE RSD MAKESWith

1)1.) ming' the post office building j[ boldly through the front door '
rallies. All enjoyed a wonderful T" t
\h-- Jewel Higginbotham was i without even knocking or ringingthe
1kwJz feast. We began to think i I i
niinillv\ sunburned and unable' bell. The visitor was a coral I l i
Homer Smith was going! to turn I II
rtt-nd' ) school the first of the snake, .but he diun't live very into some kind of mechanical man. 'I I t

.-.'k long, as Mr. Lavender soon killed I
l.e dipped tea so fast, and turnedso ,
TIT 10th grade class of the I him. They say these snakes are many times, filling the cups. '
IOU I'""civ> ,in High school, of which very poisonous'lth So i iI J delivered\ the sermon at Cay ordinary suspension wheels hop and tonnes nuicctly ou
: ram lately, maybe theare hunting
'nine ire several members her I Hill Saturday night and all enjoyed rough roads :as shown fat actio. ois.'!!ognph records
i a lr>- plate for a homo ,
M.ixville; enjoyed a class picni ed message.
i i lE
r .it Kingsley Lake Friday. i 1'r.tl ; '' Next Sunday night C. E. Crawford -
FARRIS BRYANT "-> t". from here attended the will he our preacher and the

DI nil which was given for the ': next will be Bobby Knight. Let's
Mh ,,",19th grades of the Bald- TINE! LEVEL fill the house for these ser'icer. 1'1'' i !

u>n School at Kingsley Lake on Also we wish to remember the I : Ii I ft t
Sat urdav. lij' :Mr*. II. :M. :MrllaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Homecoming services at Oak I With RSD Suspension (on the tune road) every wheel bounce
m.1 T. II. Mol.ile Unit Grove next Sunday, and Homecoming i it instantly counteracted, smoothed out to a mere flutter on the

at Clay Hill. June 17. oscillograph.
The Mobile Unit of the T. B
We are too excited the i
THANK YOU Association will be in Baldwin. i{ Mrs. J.V.. McRae has returned yet over
visitors to think of much
news, so
parked near the post office building I home after :spending three weeks I
will call it a with this.
on Tuesday. June 5, for the I im Scottsboro, Ala. with her par-
I wish to thank the voters of Bradford -
__ j purpose of giving free chest X- i ents, Mr. and Mrs V. B. Wheeler.: Now The ridethat's

County for their fine supportin 'S rays for adults over 15 years of I Mrs. Wheeler has been ill more in Jacksonville Sunday afte-rnoon.1.

ageThe hours will be from 12 than a year, and in bed most of The H. M. McRaes enjoyed

my race for County Commis, oner. until 3 and from 4 until 7. Wed I the time. The Wheelers lived in Mother's Day at home last Sun-i j;

District Three. <> hope that everyone in this j Starke and Hampton several years day. We went to church and Sunday I!

community will try to be there I! and have many friends here. School, then spread dinner ati I| amazing the I

I will always remember your many Kindnesses and i i, for a chest X-ray. i Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas and home. Those present were :Mr. I country

I !Senior ('1\1>" Play | children of Brooker, and Mr. and and Mrs. B. M. McRae and son,
encouragement during the campaign and hope to be in
W. C. Conner
:Mrs. and daughter
On Friday night May 2r;, at Lynn Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Thorn- :
i Yvonne enjoyed Mother's with just other trucks,but ntn cars, no wheel wrench, no punishment {or'
position to return your favors at some time in the j 7:30::: pm. the senior class of the Day ton and little daughter Mr. and NOT
Baldwin High School will present I their parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mrs. Clyde Hughey and son of i being put to shame by the truck OR driver.

future. I their play "Papa Says No," in I,LewIS i iI Green Cove, Mr. and Mrs. Benny i I i astonishing ride of our Blue Chip CMC This sensational performance already
I Mr. and Mrs Woodrow McRae and with Road Shock Damper Suspension!
the school auditorium. Admission i I Thomas i' children of Brooker i! is creating a landslide demand. You'U

MAURICE EDWARDS, JR. I is 50 cents for adults and 25 ,and children, and Mr. and Mrs. I find Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor'and 'I It smothers jolt and jounce. It see why when you try the RSD ride
cents children. We do hope that J1 Paul Faulkner and son of Starke, |II children of Olustee. After- j
i blots little And we want to book for right
(I'd. I'ul..1\ ) i I Maxville will be nicely represent- ( and Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis and i noon guests included Mr. and up even sharp vibrations you one

[ ej there. |;daughter enjoyed Mother's Day :i T. Norman and son of Heil-, from road joints. Y>u drive at normal away.

| .Inni+ersry Party with their parents. Mr and Mrs.1 bronn Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McRae speed over washboard roads where So come in. "'e'l1 give you the details
I '''E C. Lewis. '! and son, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mc- I others crawl-1 and there's and
MANY, MANY THANKS i Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Harris entertained ]I no slewing, arrange for the proof. Drop in ttJaj.SlanJarJ .
|: James McRae visited his broth-' Rae and son. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. I .

,; : ni htith at their home a delightfully last Friday !' er, Arley, at the University Crosby and children and Miss I en the Suburban of liana/at maJerate extra ait en all other;{-tsi mtJtli.IN .

planned party honoring Mrs. f Gainesville last week. Gerta Fay Alvarez! Mr. and Mrs. ,.,- --....

I want my many friends throughout Harris' brother-in-law and sister. \Ve were glad to have Mr. and : Robert Mynck and children, and
;Mrs. JerryWilliams at church: Mrs. Sue Myrick of Starke. ,
Mr and Mrs. John North, on !
the county to know that I am tht ir 21st wedding anniversary : Sunday. They were visiting Mrs. ;, 0. C. Cason is still! selling strawberries. !

Williams' parents, Mr. and Mrs | He sold several crates
About 25: people enjoyed this oc- |
deeply grateful for the fine upport -' 'ision. Russell Thomas I:' last week and says if the weather j

The wedding bells are ringilgI stays suitable he'll be alLng her- j
you gave me in the First Primary i i Mr and Mrs. Arthur Wilkin- i late
t again. We'll tell you more aboutit res in next month.G.IoSESlLLE .
May. win of Jacksonville visited Mr next week. I
ryr I
end! Mrs J. C. Nolan and family 'i Glad to see Owen Alvarez at -

j ;cOn i';i 'i:t Tuesday. Church again after spending several BONDEDWAREHOUSE

May 2'J. ue >\ ill go to the poll again and I hope that ,, Chic ken Supper and Rally weeks at Aberdeen, Md. '! MOTOR TRANSPORT 1JN _

I I: A fried chicken supper anj The H. M. McRaes enjoyed having \.ur Local Mayflower Agent
will continue
you t to gle me your support in the Second (
political rally will be held at the all of their children at home

Primary. I will repayyour confidence by giving you | Maxville Civic: Club on Saturday j ji Mother's Day but two. They ssar, I

i i night. May 26, at 7 p.m. There!!were Owen McRae and Mrs. A F > LEADS THE WAY i
four years of the best: service of which I am capable ''I will be musical entertainment and: |Hall. Owen's address is: Owen W. r; II I

I on your Board of County Commissioners door prizes. The public is cordially -: McRae, ET-1, USS Estes. AGC-12 I Yow ly it Elu Chip valttSn
I I invited to attend OE Div., care FPO, San Francisco t "

I Calif. He will be glad to hear Y I
/H fir Trialr-C icld usid bruit j
: FLOYD WIGGINS : : from all of his relatives and I vi, -__

I I II friends. His wife. Iris, and three

FOR COUNTY COM.MISSIONKH. DIST. :5 THE RIGHT POINT for the little boys are still at 2317 Wal- MOVING STORAGE i SIMPSON
I (Pd. Pol. Adv.) I Ij I I way you write Come in and select ,cott St., San Diego. Calif. Phone Gaine&tille
I your favorite ESTERBRAOK Rev and Mrs. \\'. E. Hall and''
I FR-6.5221Collect I 528 SO. WALNUT: ST. PHONE 132
Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. Mrs. Earl Goodman were visitors STARKE FLA.



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S"I vdtlOn Service. I best all around pasture grass we: tended hutch services at North- :Mother.Day dinner. Mr. Hal! i you are required t.> serve a copy of .'>r before the Rfkin the r.RAPKOP.P OTXT7TKLEGRAPH. ;
your an.-ner or pleading to the 4 tiiy rf Jan. I'",*:: ;
Mrs. Buikhait : ;
have. It out and side last Sunday.Mr. : and Mrs. Crawford
I comes early .mnaort! nn the..Plaintiff, s Attorney ntnerwise the allegation of sail P.t'I I 11..- i d.iy : May.' :?55. !
("i nilIete i soil and water con- grows fast, whit will even i iI j and Mis. Aldridge and are sisters and brothers .\-.i t'. -i; s- ::r1": :.jiMn.plaint 1IIa be taken as confess- (OFFICIAL SEAL)Charles A. Par..r
I il,:, .L I t ix- \ :, K.a nj by Clerk of the Crc.t ,' >. :;. !
de- j beat out 'grass." family of Lake City were visitinghis Mrs Loretta Foisyth and chil-j i you. I
-<'-\atinn farm plans were carpet and fe! the orlBlr.n! In the office Tlus notice shall be put.Iished: !!v. aLir.u.: I.. Cri'tl.y. I"p.' 'er'I
,. .r'r 01 i to Rodman Underbill. i i I mother. Mrs. Fred Lanier I dren of Jacksonville Beach Mrs Ir ;Mi1 C.r"f: tin *'.ri.u.l Court 0:. c ,. .',u !. week f"r four > '%1t'c'ute 5 4 It: si ,I

.'. :s iiise' farm is located on the D. L. Thomas used the Dis- last Sunday and attended Church Wilma Knight and children of -

w OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTH E .<'.t', Faun Road C. R. Bral- i I tru't's fertilizer spreader on his services here. Jacksonville, Mildred Crew and .-... I

:<>Kihose place is out north l pastuie.SZ5Z5ZS2SHS252SZ5Z5ZSZSZSESES252.- :Mis. Daisy Stewart is confined Mi'P. :Mane Clemens and childrenof u

Soil Conservation ": :,tal ke. and Leaton Morgan I in the hospital in Starke. Heilbionn. and Mr. and Mrs.D. 7 ot o

NEWSBy .J J:r. who farms north of Staike \\Y wish her a speedy le<:o\'erv,1. j, I. Knight were visitors in
Mr and Mrs. S. C. Harley at-+ Hampton with Mrs Ins Knightand

Hill HaasRoil Soil and! capability maps wetemeived NORTH SIDE :vndetl Homecoming at Highland son Saturday evening. Petfonnance I

CuiiM-nation rIieK :; for the farms of II. D 'H.tpu-t Church last Sunday. jVlrhratcs j Mrs. Fannie Mills of Lmdi'i:-

Stalling, A. C. KHis, I* R. Starling ( Ilirtlul.1) hurst X Y. is visiting Mr. a> ,!
By11': >. Oscar Carter her
celebrated ,
I K: "I.i i Ir!'. Alvarex represented I:. II. Crosby and Lucian J.ti'que Gaskms Mrs. Bill Underwood and Mi-
Conner. These will be usedto i'.R525Z5252a25i1.1 525iSpSZri? SZ thud birthday with a party at Louise Hogan at Hampton Lake
l:'' !:"Id( Sod Conservation Dist maps
develop complete soil and !her home in Lawtey, April 29. for two or three weeks.
: '' in the Northeast Florida : Mr. and Mis Floyd Denmark the few fortu-, that Countel
is one
water conservation farm plans. Jacque Mr and Mrs Woodiow Hid
.\ i Eliminating: Speaking Con- !t and family of Jacksonville: Mrs. nate t0 have six }living; grandmothers of Orlando were Mother's Da'
LuIS Carter and suns, Mr. and
her. Her
Jacksonville The title of
I it -I Henry Laport, whose place is celebrate visitors in Hampton with Mrs.
Mis. Oscar: Carter, and Mr. and
Ii.- t ilk was Conserving Natural located South of Starke on the maternal gieat-grandmothers' ': Hicks'' mother Mrs. :Maine
Ilf Soil Conservr-' Keystone Road, made a requestfor I lies George Shuford were Sunday Mrs. A. H Harley Sr. of Lawtey Meade Mrs. Meade returned with
-uII!" es inIy :
dinner guests of11'. and Mrs. U Parmenter of l -and the Performance of I
a soil conservation farm plan. and Mrs R. them for a visitMr -
li..n Imtritt.H'Hi.aH ; I Howard Norman and Mrs. JS.. .
He and V. S. St. John used the Starke, and grandmoher11'8. : and Mrs. Frank Brown of
placed second in the Districts grain drill to plant !! Norman. S. C. Harley of Starke Her Jacksonville spent last weekendin : Trop-/lrf/c" Motor Oil EASIER STARTING f ft

A'<-i Contest. It was a dose I I Mr. and Mrs Ronald Stevens paternal gieat-grandmotheis': are
soybeans for hay. Hampton with his mother.Mis. .
t 'In'-:t because it took the jud- j and children: of Lawtey were Mis. J. S. Norman of Lawtey and TK. Rl'Own.1r.. and Mrs. 't is GUARANTEED UP TO 45% LESS

;Kr.vel; two hours to pick the I A request for a soil conservation -I visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Mrs Jean Gas-kins of fitaike and Frank I'own.I'S.. T. F. Brown. : Oil CONSUMPTION If

tanner! Those accompanying Roman farm plan was made by L ; Johnson Sunday. > j1'andmother.11'5.: J.V.. Gaskin air an.1Ir Emory Brown and
: A. Green. The other day standing Mortis received many : Change to TROP- \RTIC All-Weather Motor Oil
to Jacksonville were Foster M. D. Carter and Mrs.( of Staike. Jacque and Mr. andIrs Hazel UP TO 407. LESS ENGINE WEAR f
Sill Smith, Chairman of the : in front of Gay's store we were i, Carter attending Homecoming it lovely gifts and delicious refreshments son.Perry and daughters had a ,I and use it for ten da\s or up to 1,000( miles. If you. t tI
ISnaiil of Supervisors, Paul Hut- I discussing the different types of i Long Branch Sunday of birthday cake and punch p.cnit' ;I aren't complete! satisfied that TROP-ARTIC lives

( hmK }o'. A. Advisor: G T.I I' pasture grasses when Lorenzo Mrs Susie Norman of Dins- were served. Miss: Betty Faye' afternoon.at Crystal Lake Saturday ; up to all the claims made for it. go to any Phillips LONGER GASOLINE MILEAGE

HuxKiii;: County Agent, and Leon remaiked "There is no doubt more and Miss Debbie Phillips of ;, Norman assisted Mrs. Gaskins in Sundav visitois at the H BWiggins' 66 Dealer and he will drain and refill \our crankcase -

Cftfi :(nil Bill Haa. Soil ('on- about it IVnsac.ila! Eahia is the Maxville were visiting their sis- ;;e1'\- ng. home were Mr. and Mrs with another available oil \ou prefer at no

: U-i, :Mis. J. S. Norman Sunday.I' (liunh Merit e. James Hodges and :Mrs Vets additional expense to \ou. That's how sure we are 11 1i1111111

i :Miss! Mary Gaskins! of Bartow SundaySchool. 10 a. m. Morning Holt of Maiden}. Mr. and Mrs that you'll be delighted with the pettormance .von IIIIIIIIII1111:11111111111: '
i.s spending some time with her Worship. 11 am ; BTU, 7 get from Tmur-aatic All-\\eather Motor Oil.it" !. aillllllllll! : SIIIlI1iIV ;
NEED CASH? -- $50 -- $100 -- $300 Johnny Mover and Mr. and Mrs I'IIIIIIIII
nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. pm : Fining Worship. 8 p. m. I*. A. Wiggins of Jacksonville \ ( gllllf
I'KOMIT: COURTEOUS COXFIDEXTIALMARION Charlie Gdakins.Mi Mi.J-NVeek Prayer Service S p and :Mr and Mrs Orrie Wiggins 'ln i ,e. Pr j It' 'II'' i, ( ,"I'''.) II111118ill .- -.,, 1 JJJ/1It/ ,.
: and Mrs. Sinclair Mosley.md m. Ever' ne ir. cordially invited of Starke. ,
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FINANCE CO. Inc.21S : \ laiuily of Miami have moved rnn.e! : .ind Wot! ''hipitli u- )[r. and Mrs Edward S.iv-"'

I tai k to our community.Ve welt and daughter of Eau Gallic 1I i-r I EiIIIIIIiI! ___ __ I u'lllll;

W. Universitye.. Phone FRC-3333 line them back home. ..nrnfalf'rrn..VVVVV'HAMPTON ed relatives and friends in Hi. IlII111JI1 = _. hill=;
of Lake City
:Miss Eva Clark ton last weekend.Walter _
Gainesville, Fla.That's U.IN visiting her aunt. Miss Doia \ Young son ot. MVina r u Il9q I1IIIfI

('Ink. last ThursdayAir \ Youngand Bob M ,,,Ill --i-: 11E,1j'
: and AJrs. Alvin Davis ..f K)' :Mr>. I). K.: Hill left Friday for New YOlk ( '1' _

Our Business \C.iyrross, Ga. was visiting lastnnday :\hand : aA...................... :\ -. anih George AldciRiiind : : J I ""II11Illlll1f
: :Mis. Johnnie Cowart ; family and his moth"11. : !ijjjJII/III'j/li/ /
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afternoon.Mr i-alaurrate. Suml.i\ AUlerman. of Lake "'l
If It's Class We Have It! City \i-:e i
CALL WRITE or VISIT : and Mrs. Delbert Green are ,liradiiatiuii Set TuesdajUaiiaiauieate in Hampton Sunday with the T. ,
/ 'the proud parents of a baby girl. seivnes tor the J. Aldermans.

Co.FOR b.an last Saturday Bradford graduating,! clan ot Hampto.i Funeral! services were he'.I t l
Joe Peters Glass
COli nt v Hospital. Congratulations Elementary School will be Sunday Mondav: afternoon in Gainesville
to Delbert ant lionnie. Ma20.: with giaduatum ex- for Rirhaid A nmll hton. Si ti. of Pt
ANT GLASS NEED lass: Audrey Boudreaux: will ,
U"Lses I the following Tuesday Jacksonville, a brother of .Mis
We Design Modern Store Fronts I leave in the near future for her ,,evening May :2'J.: Mrs Ola M. D. W. Swindle of Hampton Mr day'
Just Mail Us A Pattern for new' home in Ca'oa. \Ve will miss Perkins[ school principal, announced Jroughton.[ ;: formerly of Hathome oo9g iU-'hfill? :.

Table Tops her i faun our community.Mi this week. died Friday in a Quincy : i ; 7
: and M h s O L (Dinhy Rev Marvin Faile, pastor of Burial : :
1313 N.4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 hospital. was in Ilaw-i --
Liru-in and family of Starke at- Hampton Baptist Church, will home[ Cemeteivoiii /
,deliver the baccalaureate sermon ,
be \ i10 \i'fiRn i
The invO'ation.ill given .
I Irrnit ....rl. ilriill.inl ('..un',. I
bv Rev.: Willard: Jones, pas- Florida, In 1 liilMrr. i
The Newest In Seat Cover Styling! For Your New Car Interior] t..i of; Hampton Christian Church. i fim. .I'll'x: I'.i.IiT" .*.
> Ired.r/ i l t
iMl 1:t'\-. Merle Packham. pas- i .\ I" !I'.',' /

'oi... of Hope Baptist Church 'i>(lie 'In.. '.|..,.nr: .. PHILLIPS 66 PRODUCTS
Th-', t.ssa. will give the benedic- .,',01! .1.1.1; i I"" HYi .
Ion The service will be in the -1's''fl-i.e h. '.''\ r.Lf, (1 that. a ,i i AND VICINITY BY JEROME JOHNS OIL COMPANY

M hnol auditorium atl p. m h'unlas ;is !>..*.it hod, ." ,"' -f '. "-i: In the i i
a bore n.ir.' ..,1 1 errt ..id! i i i-; aiid .
::' afternoon.
AUTO SEAT COVERS I ilMtiuiUion i exercises will also '.

!i. in the school auditorium.

Tne-.il.iv evening. May 22.: at *.

Custom Tailored Your !P> in Delores Cloversettle. d.iiigh '
and Mrs lip! .'- ttlel1-
'e- eyes e

('i..1 settle= of Theressa. is i la.ilniiitorian .-- :
3 495 Individual Car by Experts \ Leonard Mooch -- .

-"i!: of Mr. and Mrs John L
I oi Graham. will give the s-1' '

CHASe C, SHEPHERD II' iioi'" 1\ addiessKnday. : &uI/Jd af 'C6m7J1)}
May 25. will be for I
TRADIO( SEAT COMERS i-' day of regular classes! :and ,
"SURE-FIT"I LPHI.STKR1N) (, hl.st day lunch will be seivedn -'

Phone 2Ji: ) Starke, Fla. t the school cafeteua. Mrs Peikiiis t .
said. The following Fridav.June General Motors' new Technical Center,
-u .., '',' 1. students will return for largest of its kind in the world employs '
4,000 engineers, scientists and stylists. These
t then' report cards leading; those
vast resources combine with Pontiac's own r
free days for the teachers to
ultramodern engineering facilities to bring .
make out final repotts. you America's greatest automobile value- s, ; ; &
i The eighth grade' was to have Pontiac a General Motors Masterpiece. r \ ,M9 .. '.' ";
visitation at Bradford Coun-
I j day WuUb"Wide! ,Wub Worlif'-NIC-TV.SuoJoy,May 20
tv High School on Wednesday -report M GM's lew Tedumul Center. % ks,' s
; ; ,
I[ this week. to register in the prm a {
I ripal's office and become acquainted

: with the class hvdulr
for the ltCt-57; school teim
Cam rr l>ri\e NV1- SJ! :i
a b I II'I
I Through Monday of this w', k'S9:1
: had been collected in the
w ..e.w i
l drive for funds for the Ameiiianj :f

d \ j Cancer Society, according to Mr.- --
T. Alderman, chairman of the

I drive for this area. .
i ii I This amount includes that coli :- ,, arid Here's

t i i lected in the house-to-house can- t! ; T4007 :

:! vass and in canisters distributed '

a :, to churches and places of business I ,
1 and is a record total for I '
i ..
..-" !, this area over past years. j .r /"
Mrs. Alderman expressed her ,, '
appreciation both for the generosity J ,.<
( of those contributing ,-'
I "
t funds for the drive and to the'
+ ,
workers who aided her during the'! ,.,. -

past few weeks. Helping Mrs '

Alderman were Mrs W. H Maxwell '

and :Miss Betty Durlm ,
\\ 'II' hear" Program

Twelve members attended the

\VMtT: meeting{ at Hampton Baptist -
Church Friday evening May
'- I I 111. to hear the program. "OnI '#" ... '.
II I ward. Christian Soldiers." p">- pY----

DRIVE OUT HOT, STALE AIR DRAW IN I sented by Mrs Charles Hicks -,,

During the business meetin,. "CAN YOU SEE. STEER STOP SAFELY?..?
FRESH, OUTSIDE AIR I following the program it w aa- CHECK YOUR CAR-CHECK ACCIDENTS."

announced that the Junior GA'-

; '... ill continue to meet throughthe

I summer months, although
Lily i! iituUed! ft jttc cr\ wuiJuw j.--d mIll an criiur/! Intermediate GA's will be discontinued L .
? 1'un;
|! for that period :Mrs You'll know the engineers have been up to more actual miles per gallon than any other
-4 J i :Marvin Faile. GA leader, announced ""' something special the first time you ask this "eight in the Mobilgas Economy Run! ;
outlet! these! : nwJorn Ireeze-malvrrs: will coal an entire 11 @
leI about summer camps for the long, low beauty for action, for here's "go'j I The "go" of the newest in automaticyou

for pennies! l JLr/! j I girls.Refreshments were served by can't get anywhere else. transmissions: -Pontiac's Strato-Flight Hydra,

:Mrs Charles Hicks and [rs'' The "go" of the newest in high-compression; Matic, specially engineered for Strato-Streak.

Otto Hicks. :Mrs Arnold Had I| high-torque engines-Pontiac's Strato-Streak power and smooth as silk at any speed! '

IJ..J I fur summer cwLo;; irtljer! ; )uu 03 cr reri clurjp! to put in dock will be hostess for the 'II v.& so advanced and so efficient it delivered Come on in and bring yourself, up to date fast!
... i. I June meo'tmg3ti Mrs E. L. / ,'A* eib-eet epti>w.
,j .. easy to move. & your electric apf>?unre iJeaW now. for i Birt program chairman. > -

atilt I I t' :Mr and Mrs John L. Hall and

\,cooler, ruppier FloriJa summer atlt"JJ' daughter. Sandra. and her mother -? J{ PoNw4qSimpsonUrquhart !
Mrs Raymond McGrath of

l :o.riwaukee'IS.! have teen \TSiting =,
;' in Hampton with Mr. and

Mrs. Donahue Crawford for the
.QF I Ilast two weeks. Mr. and Mrs
;IDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY- j Darrell Burkhart and daughter Pontiac
Denise of Pernne. were also,
'aQm O weekend guests of the CrawfordsThe

Craw fords and their guests

went sightseeing in St Augua1 -
Friday and tJ Godhead;

P.i ih! State Pirk Sunday for a


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mlWOlW ('Of NTT' TELICli1l'It.: T.\itKF.
rl.oJ 1I>.\ "h. .

I I lilt ? 11. 'I n' I,. H" ..Ine.rrriptin

a'-e 19SI.; Florida, to-int j -
: i
I:.:' ription ..f"I. of Frail llrsrrriili.i T. R .\C'0" ...: !
: I the iII'r-"d"U; of the ..
i I."tI: ?
: of Elk 9 In T. U. \.1'. .
Home Demonstration of XIS..r.. 34, T. a :>. 1:. 22 Xorth line of Madison "!red oath 1W Hattie E. k: Charles O".r Ta1r.L -

l:. 10 acres..Miie I the XVe-t bar of XXalnu: Street, Haxes S.D J, Clark T'j .' ;: r.r I"Ik 1 In
"; I If \. in whK h assessed _
: Unknoxxn in the S..nn.
of ,
Cty stark.tradf.rd I .
Lots ,
.Xli ofaid I | 7 Thru 14 of .m "'I '' .
1 f; Notes property being in County. Florida, tlunce : : ... .
run | lIk
.'.lIly of Bradfor.l .r-I I t of F. W ,
State of Fb North 7? I \ r.
il'srr-- :; J .. -
l > L itt- jj, ;: :' t. TInk' \ .
"Q' rJ-t. ) "I'I' and "j"1! < Ih.. \'tli ill,- Jack lI.\ZI'n :.(0. .\ :: \ "- ,.; :
.. J byDOROTHY Fat -- -iKh: "'r'iCi"tl' or e-r1i. '.f Mail.-ii $! I..t for a dl-lan. eof "fI: } W JW :
f ." f.--In':;: I.,- a i.il.emed Carl Johns ,
: : ae"fllmS' 5U; fe. : fi a pi iXT! t'l1:1':- I : L n. "rX1

? KOSS io haW tii-, ,ptoperty. dp-enbed in. (;!N\IXI ; f'o'll the t"..ant of I'.eK.nnuiK ,, Tax Collector :' of SI'Tetnplrs !,
/) -mil or't' .. .,1,. "r e'tificates, will Ct.r of Stark, Florida! .
: ; tiiii> desiiiliid r'inl I < -
; Home ,, e 2a
: PemorNration I. sd! .
: Agent j to MI- l.iflif-t liiddei,
: at the North :2 d.grecs ;: o minutes' f/Ji 4tI 271 I..." 5. "." !
I.h"'I-. tlo "
I "II. ; !, the first Jlon- \\ .,t and along the Xorth!, line

day in ..ninth. of J me: l!! Jij.xhuh ,.f Mad.-on! j-n.-t |.,,r a.l.-rara-o l'i 0 TIC I; '.. tt-;
\that'r: \\ In .\I'I.Ii.IIIII"-: s\\'t.t"lnt.i ol! the fruit : ont-fourthj" mild ih. I. il.\til1-. .N.f div June.ot If.".... of '.: ',M I. '. tin me run Nut th I! X"te: j Is hereby given that the foIowin!! ,1nt.t-d; lands n..: e i .' !

May, U'Jd. 17 ileRife- :; mo ltEast! fur dd "I !public auction on the 31H dal of i I .:. :\ I:, .
H.;, what we may expect in teaspoon salt:: one-fourth .t ..FI.' 1.\1. SE.tld May 16; at Starke the
cupr u distanie of In""i, f. thence ".atrr, "f Bradford State of For! .d.l to rise :: D
(liar-lea. pay am'Junt due for ..
,. A .' t of new features in kitchtppudnres' (old] water; 1 envelope plain gel- Cleik n! 'in Jparl.v' 'H u Court of run South 72 degrees 26 minutes h. 1".11 set opposite to the sa.r. t. g.hu: ud4 all costs of such taxes sale I.,., \ JI: ; 1 "J _
bradEast f.r a di-taiue m ': JW feet amifh c: tiung.Uesrerieiua ;ah..tn r I' 1\:
'. I II j atin. "101 ( >iiiiitFI'Tida..
I: tiieimrun, South : ihsjiees ::1:11 l| n 1YILIP.aK

I :, : iioep.itois:; with more autoS'ofti(' gelatin \\ ith one-fourth I' i 11 4t 61 tn.nute1Vr-t f"1.,. a distant'*. of ". T. H. lace (Inner TI( r.- n "
":.;3 f. ..t to the Point of Pe-

: I't. dimes, color styling, built- cup cold water. Melt over hotInter. '' In h.* Circuit Court Of 1 lie Kiiminpitu.ite in Lot- ::,. B. 7. La.4.. ;7. 6 of Blk I I I J "

nt l A.ill types. Stir sugar into fruit juice Kighlhlinliiial: Circuit Of Il.c and STou! IIuI'': 1 ..f the original i New i3 In laver Town "f
I of Snake 23-24 6:0 ( '.j. '
a- per plat )1. I j.. .
? and electric ranges with ,or puree. Add salt. Add meltedgelatin. riila In And I'or Bradford tliei.,1. I'". ..nl.,1 in Deed Book L.t" 1.:. It of elk :: I" :.01.-,: ,

n.. ,i.- ,iiitumatic features, color Stir. Pour into freezer ('outft: ,,, "X"at Pag.7Vi thereof of the 21 New! III Liter Tfl\\ of : 1..1 I : ...( :' .:1 I'

,'u"lit.r..rd" oi Bi.dfoid Couns :4 6 20 J:. I'. 1.1111',1' 2.43'; ; n, I-. (I'Rik .
In .
thermostatically controlled ice Chamery.y. n.-V tray or cream churn. Freeze t.x Florida; i .T! ..r X\\ r '\

: !p.ot'.the-ange cooking and many and serve. L, KNIGHT. a nid.nv. p.iin'iii.: You are hereby notified that a' X\\ 34 6 !.) li' (J'n 1.-!" 9 i' ...f I: !

a- .. .1: ; I : tt 't.lt.. :. It al. suit has been filed in the aboen.- l.IIIILn-: 1.S J-: & I 11.: a i" ra tft
.,.'!oIO'.1 lange gadgets. Electronic If frozen in refrigt'rator.xoat Itd"Ia.l.uI. i titled Court and ciu-e wherein N I.t tX Ia 7 A to 1'.., \ ,.. 'I'
I-nrst: .
i.i tan io-wax'e cooking will add when ire crystals form and beat I'ti.",. 1".I..: '''t.. Knight i plaintiff and you and ;I Etof J.d".al'tlsk nUll p: ';n fsr "

I "ltlll.1t HI' fllll.ll'1110\ .% M> .each of you are iKftndants and' Lot 4 Ni!, ot t'r w. 6'. f: .

.I.phlsls! to the use of frozen again when frozen. Return and MUM I i : 10 irntit: i, the relief sought i- to establish' i :; of&: Lot 5 .t N :;11' ft I". Ii' t

"I,; freeze 30 to 40 minutes before TJIi: ST.TJ'tJ" I.OHIITO: : iinet and "lIfll'lu. plaintiffs title'! : Lot 6 7. 2u I 1lIt.tH.: lnH- n Teny.tes n f

.1..1., il.i \ tn..n-. 1-alieIU llaxni..liiinit to the alpoxe deMiiI.ed lands IX I: \\' :1 II
aa :
;- .
'' t Qrtses II..:. 147.;" ;
lnsluv.is.hers will be portable sen'ing. Lou Xoi.l. .lennie L..U ituj fee simple title th..1.1", and to can !' of Lots 7. I 1...t ly I ;ne 'n I' :

ets. |I. :M XnIJr. C.urge Xx. | -el of reionl. and .f It EX 8' ,\\" ,. ',f X\\ ; of
\ !MI!I instruction to eliminate I .\ lloiisrliolil Hint Cnl. pt rinanently enx I..t : 1/3
I P'rllr lrddi-h..b! .>->. X Jones A !<"" calla "f your from A 5.:' 111/1 fr X .\'

:'red! t.i :rape off waste food maybe To have a plentiful supply of IL; Co.ksey' lel"" ta F. CookVe'x'any claim! l" said lands adverse tea: III 5t1' Cor 7 'i 20( 23; 1:1I'I'lIam' J-nter- i S' Lac :7r fr Fv &

installed in wall cabinets and ice cubes fteeze extra cubes. ':111ar1y. Ku'e'i-: Ella L Kixer-. 'if plaintiff! title; and }'.'U are rash'aln" poses Illc. 1+p'.7t \ a- r...,.. 'ata

the place of I.. I \)1'1 1:;; ; I I'..'
ie-idence ..f each I 11"'lulr..d alllr '" said l"-llke all ti.:v". shorter wash cycles.SMIIIIIH.T emptv them into plastic bags ijof| .lioiii ; ; rd SWli of
Iiiiiknoun.. and if dradlsrn i e a c''pv of your Ans-uer or I'''' i : 22
: !. IX 6 2Z ,
the I E :3: A 8 I. t. ,, 1
: 4-11 ('luhI..till: ;" store them in the freezer If yourelllow unknoxx-n heirs, devisee.-. wnt"B| lu plallllJlf! (! "? I 7 24) 1 ; Reh.r: ll.ter- I .

\ eelien.i ,.. u, .winoi and other per- ( 1..lamtlff" artWrnr.,t J Iol1ls; '\ j! L.,t, 1. Z. 10. 11 of prices i Inc. .I>.H i' '\\II at X11' r..r
Cols 1-H the cubes from the
interested In having trayswithout ( sons .Ialm'"g aminteiest in or I.. Knight.; nhu..' addresc: .1" Starke.. iak 1 111 Ward c.f X11'4' ..filtan ,.. \\ .

tub meeting this summer are running water they will I | the|| hereinafter dt-, r.bed. lands M.Florida, and. file the original in the CIU'o S I: 4'\1 t'T X
I tl.ionirli. | under or : ; ..fi ('<> "f'i> i ." lOt 2(1 G. IL 1".1'1".1'
against each MI, !h of.1 lork. Vfci'lfiiS'! Clk 1 IJl 5.77 :30 fl. .: l III" It
asked to contact the agent at i| not stick together ."ie.e.-e.i.. and the unknown heir.,. all on I. 193-: ; Ward'uy II for J't 'J:. Nft. ; \'"

plum.numbei 233. or mail box'' i Idexjsees, grante., !iiein.rs. editor-- :.II"/'al" <>f the complaint will be'' Luta .:4 i .f 1lk 1aLUt 7 211 111'I.. .\ Green 5.2; 1-: :.10 f'. ,

I land that the acv ..( .a11 Known and. other peloils tlainung any In- i 1:11-11 ak .nfe.d lay run, ,| III 1\ard City' j 200 ft.Y a0 ft.t .

267 S'arke.1'Mn.: land IInkn..", .. n..ni..l def.ndiint i- l. in or to the heieinafter deThi' n.4ir shall he published ". 6. ;. 8 of 1 20 Guy liarrrI!I 4.9111k ,) I'u: 22 II 2"

are to include outdoor I uiiknowii.: this K therefore, to coin-i i|' s.'riLetl lands iv. through under or once eachrek for four consecutive :11 in Ward I 1.1: al. 511'= rnr .f 11 !

i!niand ,,:,.'b of yon, and von are hereafriii "adl Archibald II. Johns, : w.tk.in the Biadfoid County Tel- City S I! X\\ 4 ...rW'; \:

i ,"ike\. outdoor games, yeast : b\ notified and required i t" srriPa I Ada V. Johns Jacob Johns, lefty *graph a duly qualified n"'I.ap- SE''' of SE ; 9 7 j 2U Yveb nTF.htas 3 5 r.. I JIIII: I: al"I.>r 1 ,
I, of answer or other j P. 'IIII. 1'ollv M. :2a: 411 .
breeds and ropy your ]' Cone Krvinler i publishedst in said County. I I sec J.i n'1 fI
canning. pleading to the Complaint on Plaintiffs i- ."">"-. Thomas. 1-'. JohnMarion ('I:1> X1''a vf 511"j' & "h"I1. 31.Sn 1"1' 1" : ""

Heilbr.mn and State Farm girls J Altoinets. \\lliut'lIloh., ,, I.: John.Irr.uuah' Johns, Lama P ,. April! tII:1XI''","I. 151i. ISSUED this sEai "f XW'. S j I ft. E :,0 ft. s2i0

l- 0- l\. l-H.I Stark. Florida; and Cone' \\ .11",11 II. Kixers, \\'. I 11'!. 01 XW!. Uf ft t" I. ,:....
already planning to can to- 11'1, (111-1-14'1.\1. SEA I.) .
.H- I
II\'I SE411'i. !
'file, the original an.w..r..r other i i- ea.h: de.c-asetl. and all pei- CII.XIU.KS 7 Line :floor. I.
m.it.>es in a club meeting with pleading in the office of the Clerk *""* haxms or tlaiimng any in- clerk of A. DABBY I : oC XEi! of" 2' Hit} C. F. l'd.g.'t! 3.St sec 111"; 'ii ft
of the Cir.-uit Court for liradford lei.st m the (,.11..\\ ing tlt-.tiLedi Cinnit Court of | XI-I. X of ST ru PilI"

..niiilassistan.e.; \CoiiniIJrllrr ., Florida on or before the i l..nd- situate .'in Mr.tilfonl Coiinn I' Pi.nltoitl County Florida I Ia! 1.1 COk ; I:., at XW i'a'' ..f :2 6 32 1.. .' t I. 'If. -

tale Than Newr II day of June. .\.IP. If''.'. if yu 4/L'T 4t 5'ISN01'IL'U ,, I.In""I..t: 7iGtr Iii i : 11' ': of svt' .

Rosine fail'' to do "". r>efree Pro Confesso : ill SE %\J 1 T. W. 1'1I"aa.is> 29; RIlIt 1.: 2.r ft

Pa 11 ma Pellum and I hull; be taken. against you for the Xoti.e i i- : i i ut A !: "f Lot 1 tYor far J''n. X Inn

Flak..pf the Senior Girls' 4-H.o-iief demanded in aid) complaint.It old 1 at barb} pixcn that the f..ll..xx-,ug .].-uil..d lands will he lY 463 tt E 6 I ft. W :.n ft "
dub showed their projects in thet ] i- hrrrby ..rd..r..llh:1I this flit | Stark... the Count alto rum. on the 1st day of June 15.. at City hail, City of w by ;Sou ft on Itlll ft. I: :,, Cl
.f : i X
it, shall\ be published on. e *ai h ,-. Taxes lliadtor.l state of Flonda. to pay the amount dot. End &: 54 ft to PtiP 22 '

t'nt's office this week because leek. for four consecutive weeks in such.1 sale and harm adxi set oppoiuto the -.'III", togrthlier'uuh all COM of ,)i.tn'oui SEnd 13. 10 ChartyValiams; I! 3."' i" ::.1 of I' '. ,.f 6 2" \. i li 1 [. ,d. : _

th.ouldn't be present when Ih. P.radford County Telegraph aNrt tl-ing. __ -_______ i x XtVi4 of uf SW I I xF.' of stf'1' urSlt'i

kltlrw"paper published at ID 23 7 1" TfanPy (area 7.Wt .O'... 3
1I..t'.il.'i. 6 .\ .
1l "II :2!, L'
the leM of the group exhibited Siaike., liradford County, Florida :i I ". T. H- trrrt O'u'rr '1 :1\.... S I. XEIi 11 5 :1 Stl L..... CI."Nos !O.!". \If E'4 "f X\\"'. (.C f.IId '::I.:. '.;

In her clothing project Patri-' : Witness 11band. and the seal of Lot 1 of Blk B in : of Sl\a! of. I XEti X hf 1:1) 21 6 2":!: 10 J: said Cm uil Court. at Stark C. L. WiseEugene 1..1 I .
nilr of
L'lamling 1'.1.1 2.G! !j'4 L'ndicidrd 3;; 5 21 14 31rs. John. T. Kirk 4(1. II ilk I'1 in -.'
11 exhibited a coordinated skirt iadford ounty. Florida this they !'tl ft ot X IM5 ft I Inc I Blinding 5 0 ('. L.

and! blouse combination a church :: day of May. All.. 195: *. !i| of Et. of XXV, in& SW'All of SE!i ,I l."t :; 6: ..f Ilk: Wi-" : 7

uiFFICIAI. S= :A1,1barbs I. of Sl.4 I SEti of Ii in "ril Tan

rtt.ss i.-ottoni I ani duster which ( .\. tardy.: I KX l1'4v tith't Hunter 3.621 1 Stt''r' E of Hartl I of Stark' ''
cbik ...fand Circuit Court ft 28 6 22 Id & All SE'i of I IrW.. T.
her Easter outfit a hemmedpatih i I \V' of K1, of XW 3Lu .
was I P.x' II. I.. I'rpnty''Irk. : !; S I S\\'li W I :111 > I..dl
man Cio-bx, ot SXX" > F. J. Shaw 2.62 of "m fr I: .r I L
on a cotton school dress a 5114161; | 27 6 22 Hard Rd F.x that XF ('..r f.f Hr"a.l-
Beg at XXV
Cor ofV'
i I fart X I
bed! spread and dust ruffle. Thbed .le 1! \ _. of SXV>.. Run of Cr Pad way & If..t St.
Ex .
( W
\OIH I: 10 1'1'1Ie RI 22;; a
l i I ft 25: : Run X lni ft.
1-: 250; ft for POB 5 .1 .;; W. Wau\\"right; lc.14
pleaa brought out the ohs 1. f Ireull Court, llrailfurtl f'.unt, I .f NE'i, of. : F. S2L, fl. S lot
I'l.irida In ( li.-uu-rrv. 'f I X I'M) ft. 130 ft, Xl':', .,1 I W 5riS
:in.l ahs. It was made of fivprint :I., e Ynt.rot. Plaintiff. es. I IJollllllle S IOU ft, E 50 ft I 16 6 21 "ii 11. J. Thomas ".0_ fl In POI: 23 6 22 3 ('ide W. Colson

feel sacks which had aathartive in Ke,,... th \\' \iiu.nl P..fenilanl ,I to, PUP 22 6 :: W. B. Henderson 4.62 SXV. .., 8E!. 13 I.l..t ..f IIk I Iof LJ31cCoy
6 Etal 1" "9 T
IJvtS at SXX" Cor of All Sll'i .1 40 Uorf l'-l1 I & I.'OS s D Iaiza'rth!
Case S'". 10-1T..T.:; :; E of
design with a NXX, of SXV4 & !I Ii""r &
All Agt
\nllre! To |iprnr W'.. a.; :'
pe.-k: of yellow. and was put toT..' K".lh W Yill..1I1. whose I, Hun; 1-: Along !'t hf.XW! E of I I..t :: of Jlk 2 ill
Sei; Line 560 ft for i Fiver L T& CI 's S U Lc'
r..id..nalld address L'nknown.
with Thelus i.s: l' 4 2s 100 W. IL Edward. i Ibjl.lnst1 :;; 1 ;
cording. ; :
Kelh.-r: yellow You are hereby notified that a suitf..r i i-OB. x roo ft. E .. J38 ft of I.nl ::
;;:. ft S 200 ft I x\\-', E of Jr, 3.0_ of Blk
iiiffle was of white feet divorce. rill u-toili' and con to 4 River ::0 { t.o 60 W. 1f. Eah\'ards. I" III 14 T
ti..l ..t minor ihildien SecLine XX Along I &: COS S D 1:11"11 Tynan .
sa.ks For 'her foods work she l,has been filed against you in the 'i Sec= Line 50 ft Levy. Lennon I 541''i, lor Lot 14 in Jr 11.94 Elks 27:; & 2' in : '- ,

exhibited a dish of green stringhl'"n" above named court and cause and i to PUB: 22 S 22 6.12 I Woodlawn 13 Ii E3 3 Carlton n.Williams I L T & "OS S fI A. It. Itand.lpl 4 : <

1'cou' are required to serve a copy of. 1 i t oatrt SCor of 3.4 (\ Lhf ::. Iof Jlk
uotn the family garden ann your air-wer III' pleading to the ; Xtt'i, of SXVU! I N', of NE' of t '!O I J. T &

a hut let scotch pie xxhich was complaint on the Plaintiff Atthrnf'Y.J".h I ;HUll.: 4..0 ft. X SE'l 5 22: :0 Agars Thomas 1 I 11..11) ,:: II Lay; & Lnrne: ;

K. Skipptr. JIM "'I..riclaTill. | 2.10:: ft. E 30 ft J..d'h.n HId"
s.>i v.',1 to the club members pres- .. r.uildiiK. Ja.'k-onulle :2, I j for P011. X 20tf I C11" ', or S WI.. EX: Wainwright 7.3. I LHt I of Jlk 4' t .'

I I-'t. 1-: ;JO ft S 10.\ in XE Con .
a'nt I I Fb.nda. 200 Cvialdiue Smith 22 :5 I! (1 Agnes Thomas I T k CIsc

and! file the original in the office ft, tl'a0; ft to POI 22 6 22 5.12 ?.( SID .I .1,11, II. 11.1 I; L .
atti 1 Waillwl'iJlIt
K.I.SIIW Flakes displayed an of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I ".in at S\\' Cor of I L ots :7:. 5. 6 of 121k2 1..ls C fof J"lk 1" 4.

.e-iv'e cotton print sun dressend or Itfor.iii... 11 day ..f Jui?. X\X"4 of SWt, 2 :. lawtey W of I in t. T & fns

has 1556; otherwise the allegations of Uiin R 460 ft X J\ Fx E 66 ADD 1/11"/ } StrLu" I; ,

made curtains which she | said) Complaint will be taken ast I 2JO ft. E 100 ft 3ucLots:: 5& I, IIk + In T"II1I') 5g

ahea.lv hung in her home. Forh. coiifes-fd by you. i I for 1-Ul:. X 200 ft, 6 C. J. rllillil'S 6.1; i 4 DD I-X Lot1 1.
1I,1i..e shall be published 'j K: 50 ft. S 200 Lo.t> ;5. 6. 7. &: 4nr & :3: of mk

,', t.Hxb work she had a muffonom f'arb.k for four eonH'euti'ewf'.ks 'I I i ito ft. W ,50 ft to Pot 22 6 22I Horace Colbert 5.12 Ilk 23: In I 4 A .t..lnni- .

which as you know is bird: in the Bradford County TeleC",1 at XXV Cor of Lawtey 1of BY Mrs. Mae Wells. I..t" S.t.. \11. ll "tlk

I'rllPh. SIV, of SW't 23 in Trnq.Ieof
make without 'iW*''"tt all those Haled this. N day ..C May 1'f.f: ,. I \lII.: 350 ft for i Sue of Hlk 3.i In agent 9.9.I.aatcy ci I

Offi.lal Seal Charles A. "albVClerk 'I W (of n\ ; '.. DDr .IiI..... I:. 11.u,
tunnels I and air holes. ,, Pol. X 100 ft. Eio I'nm al a George! F. Young 3.1 S E 1'.1' Hf : :i iNEt.
of the Circuit CouetIBv ft, S lOll ft. XV Point at "r Si!' "..fNE's

1..l\\I.. l-ll ( lub i, :Marian L Crosby, D..tI'I"rk I I 50 ft IP> POB 22 (6 :r,2: James Alexandria 3.S i I 1":1 cur k.'e of St St & I & Run X

Gill"If the lAVtfy dub eJ(. slt4tl I I f lido at SXV Cor of \vide of ST&: St on I 11! fl. WIll: ft

| XXV', ..f ssWij; far a !'()fl. ConX
I' ,
hibitm" f.d and clothing won'err kilo, irriiit C'.,".,. Hrailforil C.MlliI) ': Kim E 4fcO ft. X Thin X 30 ft.v 111 fl. 1lo"
ft. S :2A ft E I
Patricia Starling Joy StarItn rl.trlila : In. < hant-rr* 4.o ft for POIJ, 'o; Ct PAR ft 8 iii ft. r.
: ,. with
1'irgalua11 rta IP-.III Plaintiff \s i I.: :50; ft. x 200 fl.I I I..k.'P 1/iO ft t.. Pill 29 6 22 S. \\ .
Barbara.1pan !
POE arts
Parrish Iwl.u: Kdixaid: 1'.n. l'd"IIII.wtl'il't.
Patricia I f'., ofSEt4
t W..O ft. s 200 ft of RY I 1"'Jr at :NE:;
Martha X. lu- C.:-1 j to POB 1"rtll. S"lnl CM 1 of XI:' .
Joann Kaftise. 23 CoI I
!Stalling 6 2: a al I't :0 ft
order tit Puliil.-allou mid Notice <, Com I 1'-.11'1 r. H"In 5.7! Run 11'i :: 7 fl.
) at XXX" Cor of X
B.llrs. Patsapp! and Bet!}' .Appear. Male of Florida'la: i{I Blk: 2 S of K 2 ST hf St= the&Cur lake of i I S :::11 ft t.. 1'.1Tbl.'n itt
Builoii: Kdxxard: I ean.hoere I'
Patricia Pariish; is aSl'aro -I I E & Hun S 60 ft E 1"a ft s:
.1 Clark. | .tve I
? i idemand) addi.-s i- 24.V.: Xorthis I & on W Side saN. 1Y111'n

; Poultry member and 11.\\.11 You I Sim.1.t Philadelphia.. P.'nn. j lon for K: UO a ft. POP.S 50 ft.Run\Vho i I I hfT: St & Runt I X .Ii ft I" 1'01 29 6 22 f" f R 1<1.1. .. _, .,
required to I
New Hampshire are appear i I ft, X 50 ft to XII fl. W .0 Com at NR Cur of
MWnK iiio June, ; ll I'1': ... III Hi'alpoxe namediCoiut ., I ft.
I Phil X :11 fro W : SE% of SFI.nun .
in TemplesS :0 ft.
husks1'elta ':IsrLtbtut.. and i.in-. ... tan'. xx..h. rein iiistoilx.plaintiff all dl I I. ETt XV 21 6 22 nilaWilliam ElIl.'r"n 449j!'I S= 611 ft. E :III ft, I W 1111 c ft.S .

fruit rhiltlren; ;. Lot 19 of Bik :2 in X _"0 ft. F. .0 ft :Sba ft. Thru
|I"tr..r niiiior .lahagan S D W. Parker ISlI j I t.. i'QT: III Town E ::976:; ft. S
eliBradford shall ,
A teal true ice-and so County Telegraph : of lawtey W 945,1 ft. W l"1 etsEN
Lot 23 of Ink 2 In of
this Order In four I
publish next I Hamp Cohen 2.6
combines fruitjuke .lahagan S 'D sl| R\ 9411 ft In
I ,urns'! This dessert xveekly Is ue!'. ,I Alf"lIzo Griffis 59.nLot 30 Ii 22 6.' I.f'r'\ '"'iI-. ...
into a taste delight XVnne-s ny hand and offu-i.il:111..t! 20 of Bik 2 in Curtis Williams 1.81 I SIO i ; 1 t-
of Lot
or puree I I Ueal at Stark.-: Florida, this Max \ .iahagun S, D
> I j I 13 in "C NV' IX
Town ,
you will want to sense ott-i!!;:..;. Lots 12 K; of Blk Irene I of I NEti
Willis J..WI.F.
Ii.:' of RY 5; A in STY 1'.1'
en especially during the summer (OFFfCIAL SEAL) |( 2 in.". d a ha Ban SID Got 1 Sib of Blk W. J. Carber 7.3; '' &: EX 2 .\ in XE
Charles A. Darby Lot of tlk! 2 in i 31:
1 Xola Harden 1.11 ; 16 in Town of Car :2 B 2:? 011-)1 :'a-IIi"I: ::
months Keep accompanying AS Clerk of said Court.r.r IahaganD I
J.awlf'" E of RY I TIII"1 It ofHayes
L..t ;;
Marian U rro b Deputy Clerk I Lot 3 of Elk 2 in I.ueile Kitties
) :.60'
cake simple Levy Lennon 0". Lot tOo feet E I"lk" 4 ..f J.: W
cookies Ml
or I
., Slat tin .1 1',':III. 2 llI. Siiiilh KiiililniK. Hahaean: S/D= & W hr24ft5 I S I' .I.., I.. lI"z, n
to --rxe 6 grnerulrljtips : Jacksonville. Florida. |11.1 :2 of Blk 2 in I'Jf
KeHlH-! George Griffin l.Sl & Sin Sp ('orofiot17F.XR gQA in !o\\ r-
;r; 1 11 4t t'i 1 i'' ( ;aha an S'D I: :;
or puice of nt XW'inl ::
.. ,' juice
iLots !9. 18 of Blk 1 Estelle Adklns 13. 1'; tI in J.awtey 1, i, 32 6 2" 1 T..1.
96 I SF IoJt-rll" .'
.,nS.- juice cantaloupe purt'e.il..sh onrF.: Hi API'KIII I in Cahagan SD F. of IY I I I J..t 1 ..r TIk r. in =
In Clrruil Ct'url. I1raJGlyd I'ouot r.ll.a I I 1 ..1' One Rea Iha
coconut milk. Blk 1 in 1..1 121; rt Po Florence 7. 11
guava puree, Vlptriilii( : In f.hant-ery I :"hag.ut'D; 4IX: : & W Dr10AftN .IIr.1 i I.in..ln rll" 1La1a!: 11\1.1 its I
:tp.t, nector or banana-< anta1"111' )1,111:110'11: KoX Plaintiff. t- Milu \I- l) i: \\' Aaron Holley 2.1: 1I I & S in sic: ('or of 1 771.l I.ht Page anE5l,'.::: nR "3 6 :" A. J. Cutrt .
-' I I'x! (I'-'!10'1.\11I", Lot : :
one-half to thre.'- Lots r.;. 22 of Elk 1 17 in 1.1n.t..Y' I ,.
." nuxturei.: CaX- to-l! ><> in .lahagan S D T. C. Reed 7.!8 F. of RY In SE r..r fTi.

f.pui'h cup sugar depending on v... ,-.. T<> spear i llTo Lot 1 2 of P-lk 24 Lonnie Flowers 3.43: j S 11e; fl hf loOt !2 Pitt Jenkins Est 22 2 !in111.;Fl o.. XE'ft sJ, .".4 6 22 L 1'.1/I 31. ('..1-I 4ram
Milton F. FOX. wlIMr. --i i- 1 in X-lrnoS.D= i in Town of I .
i .
.1.] n, and .....11.-- i- '.,.'< 34th! 'Lot I Iisii.e v of Blk 19 in I I.i\\'t.: E of UY at s.: Cur .f

I : N.xxpoit X.-W-, Virginia. X-Keno P' D Tearether Williams I..I7! : 1 .l W of RD nnI S Allen Scott {.-t, XF.Ii, of SF.'aRuin ft

l1 Yon are hereby notified th..t.t"t .11.\11 I|[ XX'i Side of loOt 5 W 269 .
In The t ir-uil four. ur 1 be Mich r of Blk 5 In _.; _
for FOR S
.....11.-lIt I 1 ir.u. In \ ..'l I'"' ral- f-.>r 1),1\ i i S of it4 tE J.twlf'F. of RT J. J. Smith ft. W 1r ft. S
lord 4 .."nl, rl..riila. has: been filed aea'n you In t'thova h r l( of \\ Line tI f I I..t t! in Town of ::1.611 !7ft.F.-lftt.

In I hm.-.-r, named Court and cause acvou nd (, XF:', oi SXY4Temples S Rufus Rigsby 7,36 Lawter If E of RY Will I.ee 8 of ron .4 6 2" J" 1."I; :II YPra 1"1.:. ,, .: '
1"IA lot
I I' n.t 1. Kau.lel; and Maii'le UI ., art required to serve a copy ofi S I. 21 6 :2 4:1: isI ? I..t 8 f.f Tlk 1 inSecairtty
Plaintiff"X"I your an'lWf'r or pleading\ t" the oom.'Dbnt ;Lot <. ..f Blk 2 in I Town of I.a..tf'Y
I I' .10.1| | l 1- wfe I Albert Tyson 1.Si H .aae,
..I. OefenJanlMIIK -. on the Plaintiffs AttorneyCI..PI Sunnv Acres S' D of Pot' tll-
,1 |I'"r kh.-l.ler et : Harry Kitties Site! \\illil":
K ; ..Vlie.: ..11. ?tnk.Floiida.. t j I1't ,in Pt of lot of I Lot 41! & N I'of : 3.!1 I lIa..I-...

,,11'! -'ITK nt. KU 'K1I': .% Tn and file' the original In the ...Htr01 r i I i i ion1 S= Line Sec2; + loOt 46 In I ':2 Ct or Tht !24 ,1S
if .' 11. clerk of the Circuit Court I "ilb XV Line or RY I ,
i 1'1.d( r.urkhoMer. hung "' f.fI Fannie Stewart P..n..n r.r "I. .f'
: oi In't.nr h. 11 -In ..f June, I(1 I.ot 1aA( ft N & 5.56 ,
1. i.l .Inunknown heirs at law. ST .RD 200 Run SE', Ff "'W' ,
", .. legatees, grantees and all I 1956; otherwise the allegation! of \1.\ Along RUar I S br 41111 ft E I I that Ii.- J"t:: "

h. |.er-.iis claiming b y through *..1 Complaint will be takenonfessed I ':hii.9 7 ft to POB. I W In SF. 'or of I RD .... 7 w+. S Sllu:.. ." 11'11'-

?.,,1.I! him-other than Martha .\. :, by you. XXLY:54:! ft, SLY Lot 7;:! in Town I ::nlh,, .; ..

I- ,,1.h.\.Io.r.\ and her heuat ,*?.. This notice hall h. publUhed I 2.:' 2" ft. ELY nf I.awtp F. of .iamPS Lewis Wit. of SF' r.'
.' -. legatees granteesuoe-- toll each week for five looser I Milft.. ELY I ,
v Eaiber 'tF' ; d !Si: .r .
.11.1) aMgnand all other i>.-i | floe weeks !In the Bradford n" intjrirby i i Dung A ID of A 1 "n.i'ldf'd 5E Gill F.I; ..f "' 1': 4" "__. : I'J I :. )I. \\ .., ;.

,.v Laming. I'- throiisli or under relernDhy : r. -, I 'un'? !14.10 ft toST I'I'I in Tnt i ..,, n :Ir. ft F ..r XV.I
i ti-- ;. and
I Uatrd .1.1\ .f 11 I'r. 1"'OFJo'ICI.L I to
?. -ul I'..\ itl Km khi.lder. and an U 0. :;1.I..ng .\" 2.17 1"',... rat "WI ; ?fNE'
'F.\LI Cnarle A. rl of thl'I
ml, ..r. unknown persons or partis i, ,\ BP 24S.03 I ; p P."n <:
Clerk of the Circuit Cnh r' j H E. Tucker cltt ;
Si.:; I,
'O"I"L estate, right title, or : ft to POB 25 6 22
i : any : lau "III ft 1: t"n f' .
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk i, rer .
the follow 'I'lk .6; in L T & Sam S f.
i.- in .I' upon : 1HII Cr'\'n 6. 6 Ifo \\ 1'1\ 2 .
;; I I14t6 1 i I ft ot SF.ti )1I1I..
., d I. -. rtl.-.l landi. Uradfurdti j COS 8'1.EX: Ed Hunter of :::W' ft tft poP 5 7N _,_ : : :
14.!6 of
Florida. to-wlt: B XVE I 5! M 7 Manuel "f..Xeal 16. IA 1110 ft "C i"I,
MIIICK 10 ." 1: \ n .
'rl.. \\er-t Quarter of P.-ilthea-t I. rirraU Tourt. Rradlurd Cooriy I :38 ft of Lot S of F.I, of !Sr' i of :5 5 :2 1"7 Lee Kue Theung t7.6: ft r.r th ott

., "rlrr of S..rth1 Quarter .j Blk IT.:; ip L T & SWlt 1' nFr: "f "W' ;
Rlnrlda I. fbsaen- Enoch Tyson 12.S4 :5 5 %: 1 r I I. }
= I
< .utliea-t Quarter except CUSS D : of \E'i 1inr I IT I
Kobt I'r,.n. s-'ricklind., Plaintiff. ; I Ann.. "ph'e
-i .. \..rIll 4H f..t-M.tion M .. i Lots & 2 of Blk lJlUjfdd s.. rC no !.
.i x-. :.. iM '.. XI! ,. MIL kl.id.: n.ft ..- .1 7 I I ... ,,,. t.
.Mi>hip 6 :;.,"th. Range ." 1'. in L T &: COS IS" l
J't. ndaii'C sr Carrie Turner 4 74 '' "f tIEII o1 rom :11) fI W (.f
., <
\ a anda.- h of you are h.-r..I, V'" H'-15: XX L of Blk :9 of Swil 25 S U 20 George Strong 16.l0I .s4 'IE' for nt S.14 .-..

i.t that there has been filed \ntlre To .''i.''' ri L T & Ct.S S DLots 1[. E. Roberts !9. j ixw (of SK1 of I & Than Wi
Tii ;, ;,1.11"( )1.| ., Mil. kl.tn.l: XF.tI ..
_... Pout
jI 26
'.: tilt Court m and fur nratl-.wb..s. -"J!, .",,1 .ol.ir. I- ::. 4 of Falk 49in X11'ts of XW.i rf 5 :2 14.1 .411 fl. .L' -"11't..

'd l r.".ntty'. Florida a Cumplamtint. i- :s 1-; : :-i-.i ..n. ... tukland.! 1. T i. COS: I I SE_ I.V ofSF.t4 I F. 2fa ft.: S 21n ft I \\111, G: ?", lia1' I.
Lilly & Lonnie
I 'ry whrrrin Ernest A. Fau- ...tr.. III' | sP t. rIB t9" !' p. u"r! EstSw'i .
t of
1 t '',a Maude May Kaudel. hi i.' Jackson Hicks 5.241 I "W1. of
\' t. \ l.tI\'id Rurkholdrr Pt a-! You lire hereby notified that !:.t 1 ..f elk 4* in I RE'-4 & E% of of SE'i &

,. a-t I.tuts: the relief therein pro .n"Dtlarzena for I I Ithe I.T&C0SS11 John H. Hicks 1':.%' I I SOW', of NR'1! of NI:. of SE'-1 of 60 William

d j nta do ere qui rtia4! and' .-on- 11.I [ ., 7 ..f Blk SO in 'I' SEt, 26 5 23 :20 Presley & NWi! 21 7 23 Il'u"r KaI !h .
63I[ : Est
., .," plamlifftitle to the tan.1- been toed acatnet you 1Q I. T & COS ADD E. Dryden 2. Tharen 4' .
and furth- .Dove nameJ Court and came andj! 111'i .in ft of S Green ] I." Xl SW'4 of
I. mle dewribed, it Lot t Lot Ills 18. U, % SE4of 11
eon| are req'ilreJ< to serve a copy of I 0.'I EX R %S 7 +_.. Tyd"n Yarn ,. ., .
,1'\| ,'a-ing from said sworn c XV :Iti; ft of XU of 31 &: U Emma Calhoun
.. that the names of the 'j1'Ut- i'j your an..r or pleaJinir to thr. I 1..1.f Blk 19 in : IA in of 14.1 51, S1I of NEt of. 29 f'1..land X.. .
I -omDlalnt on the I'tahlttrI..rn. f i Fred J. Morrow 18.1: o(1XWt,4 SW1f b 7 22 1 .:
.I> 0I I ..
'1,1.1.- are unknown, exi-ept TemplesAI SE 3a 5 1 Williard &:
\ I. u.T Ie'-.n Ii --
\ I t I.ot DFSC
|I I in DR
r. wet forth and that the ad- .. I.ptS.. 9. 10. 11 of Crawford II.i .2l
1 Profes- !..1! Huild, "< */ J.. kninV'f 71i PG 2i E.lf
*" !
said le- I I
tud siden.-es of ilk
in Temples of
.. '. Fl..: ,d.. William R. Ward 14.of .! 1X4'1, that Port in Clay
and that \nn EX
i.nan' unknown, I 1 \. in f Waiter
.... original tn the office I t.. Cru'
tile j Count
.. n,. person or person tit itntate L..I- A 2 of Blk 51 -OE Cor 35 5 E2 G Anderson 15.w'51 ,? 1 -- Prea.tt
Circuit Court Pauline Thomas 3 .
h. Clerk ot the or'r '
'... of Florida the 491, F r
< seri.es 'I ii: Peeks ADD R'tz of NEtt cfsWt4
,.- whom would bind '. Mnr tile fopi at SE 'or of I EX 2!=A Lot or Elk B In .
l' upon .' Georce J',1-
11 .1..' Jane. t, >1 The haven SiD 1" i'
d i ''- nt or unknown defendant XE', of Shin' of InE Cor 3- 5 2. 17 Gl.'org Williams
ther' the .U"gatlolls of **iaNta'J I t Lot 1 of Blk B
'h.-, .a.lI '-n..n and n > is e I NCi & Run X : Et Al 6.i .!5 -
',- > er ill.! .me "( : Comolalnt will, "-e taken a. confer t I I' ft XV 107 ft for i \t' .". 4 of X%' of Mt Pleasant S.'!> X I. Ellen IT.Eeva .
'd he :
youThis I' A p. 'F.'. Fun X i NWt4 of XW4 :6 5 :2 laDingfelder :;:; 4
chill hI publlshe'lit'
notice Lot II of Bk C -
'' calla ek for four consrcutlweeks w''I i II.-- ft. XV 100 ft. 7.S 11t S'D
S 11. ft. E 100 Com at NE Cor of PR/Uasaat
County Telei ; .
In the i ft. EX Jessie T Stew'at
rnnh to FOR -, 6 2" S W Holster 1:..2 !Salta It X"wi 4W : I' s.
I '. Lot 7 If Elk E -
FILL DIRTGOOD r puedh.: Jay .-r MiV, 19.6. Ben at XE Cor of RiW Litle of }II. Pleasant S'D 1f. H. Aderho.lol .
ST P.D :00 Ron Slon'5' I" q .
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Darb,, j' SF.t. of SE' I. Tract 5E' 1t.
Clerk ..' th. "lest Cmir' I Run W 335 ft. Srk I .\ RD 5U ft.w Pleasant SiD Walter! L. II"Y
RICH C1ealt ; -.II ft to POP. 5' ft.t 5:9 r :12 II
fy Marian: I.. Crosby Deputy Com at SE tor c.t
;j t i: 6 1. Then K 13A: ft. P I: it E 50 ft to of :
PUB ie a 22 0 1::. I-eOIl':1 U'Z X'4 NF % o
; 8ft.\\'UOt. X '
I % of :'iW'4 I.
TOP SOILSee "TII E .I' \ Pi'1.1t'ITIUPo It I 50 ft to POB 29! 6 __ I. !la Buckles ...3tl: ILot3:0flE&W by: 666 ft Y&: Ron S 188 ft ter

T \ \ nrFn r.n ft 1of XE FOB then K' io1ft.
llntjp 11111 '0. I..ti; 'or of XV U of i Stn ofS Cor of -
S 10. f!. E5tftSlHtt"
I Etta Jones
I SEt, o..w"; 17 6 22 14.ZE
N, 1.. is heret. g \'f'n. that Pearl I XE of SEV4 of

,1"U"1: the hold,.r of the following: XE't Run S 14* I E"of; XE, ofi POB "-_, I._ _.'. ...ddeLeeD..i: ; ,

.--.fu-ue ha- filedaid eerti( ft. XV tOO ft to i FE.yCF.X A in .
.1 F.r: : r' U5
IS 6 "
BILL ate! for a tax: deed to be Issuedihe' POB S 20$ ft. W ,I
JACKSONI. # :1.: Th Certificate numbers i !Jp> ft S !*>) ft C"m :10 ft N from

Jackson .I. .tad XH ar- 'f i iun. the d"'ril"r' I E 220 ft t o POBK 2'. 6 : 'n''r Thornton .w 4= SE.!'. SW"I".r of S>A4. J. R. Kelly
,, ,, &: nun
._ SiSW"
'h.* 1"** Pr .n' n.41 t-'X Tat CoU..torl"radford

Phone 165 \ !. '. ., --, .-..J .ire .. -.'I .\ \\ u:3 r. f. X 2t.\ County, Florida
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Barnes, Charlotte M.iore Gladys !II -
r NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I II I !and Mrs. Gene WhinM; -' n I I.
Blye and four sons. Eugene Jr. 1
KEYSTONE : Mrs R. lIarkm.t"t t,1 I
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Tyrone, Alphonto and Raymond! HIGHLIGHTS Mrs C'L. Tolford\ .1-'! v- 1

1!.% Ozora J. Shell ,:ie last 1 i.iffering from a sinaUr H y Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone KeystoneI17 Mrs 0 L B-ann:

I mdition that caused the recent We hear thrrf .l.l" n ,

latent :'hou V\ inner, Mothers lay Dinner I I j death of their little slStt'r't;- '_, 'It'.: I', ( 'IIh '..Inlon 1'11'1 M .,' i :-1' :. .<::' -,.-: ,->f excitement at 'he h.. "> "- I r i

i <; Ii. I...trlv, \ flairV :, Dodd last .
.\ Mothei Day dinnervas i heminer The four boys are ITnt I.:1\ : -: ',' i 1-: "weekend SatU'dav: r.o-r.: >

.: !h.jr.i.iv Mis. Truely Allen i ---, niv:
IVfisbylerian Church At The TabernacleA ,> .. *:"r son .ind daughter a; 671 i Friends Bradford are asked County to visit Hospital these ,! h\ '$'e.:.>, to the! Ko\.stone }jt'iuht."Oflian's 'n.i i h"n'. Lak: GenevaMr.s !t 1 i son and Mr<: Fred '.l.l ..

," Adonic So e.'t. Jacksonville Club on Tue.-'day. L. T Brown. Ji on the p); I''t! : :.t1!.
and other sick that May: I'ntl'rt't.11:1. I
!HKI.U Adult Choir Practice, 8Ji I A .- fedtuie vI In-. M"' uer's '.0 rc.eited many useful and i persons may I 22, it !hr home on Lake Geneva. :- \' Hospital on Sunday ,I 1 t' !. ,1 I : .,:: 't' }llon-.c-: .. 1 i.'

m Sunday School 9:45: ami; I! Day eivice at the Tdbetnacle lutirui! gifts from members ofi! not have been called to the atTh e affair will be a Garden! May 13. for major surgery It'? rfe1, s i itMnj fn::, .. bt '

Morning Woibhip Service. las Sunday was ao>. i. ... family and friends. ten:ion of your editor. We wish I arty and will; replace the regu- Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Davis left I! room whiiihi'! ant.! ncr anc- .
.,ion of the Heart," 11 a m.; "Reh-I duet "Piecious Memories! ," *uiif: On lay 10th Deacon Andrew fur them all a rapid return to 1 li ir covered dsh: luncheon this Keystone by car Thursday for'! sister Prissy hail Ixvn plijir;

fellowship, Hilma and II by Mrs. M J. MtRae and hei. t" Alien was pleasantly surprised p('rtect health, month For the pasS two years, :, Fayetteville. N ('.. to visit with When the family armed ra'.hi"
twin sister. Mrs. Lillian! 111le. .... "I the Club has :Mrs Davis' breathlessly they toiindhe nil
met sister. Mrs.
Tanner and Beverly and Linda I I y ,i birthday party In his honor. :Nport Highlight/ / I twice a month: John T
of LaBelle. The violin obligatto IW&'I I 'he Second Tuesday Lamb. a good reason for being frhtene.i::: : !
< napinan, host and hostesses. 6 ( )ut- i,.m j I was played by W. E. McKinney Freddie Barnes. Delore Jenkins son Andrew Allen Jr. of Fort inrt the fourth Tuesday for en- Mike Siprelle. David Sdl.1l'ffer'l for there was a dr.i.i: i ..ira'snak' :
Starke: their second
Evening Worship Service "I i: Fred L. Sacher of Park-of-the- 'I and Gwendolyn! Marshall! were top I-iuderdale. and a niece. MrsRuby won game tertainment The Garden: Party i i, and Larry Brown were weekend in her closet The N.\-: .>C
7:30'' the Tabernacle on atllrd LY. May 5 They led I will l be the the family. ant l't-." .
Believe In The Holy Ghost, Palms will occupy I prize winners from Starke color- Simmons of Tallahassee final meeting of the campers at the cottage of Chuck ': Johnny \

p.m Tues., the Women of the pupit Sunday moining. and evening t>:i schools in the annual Lions :Many relatives and friends oft I with a sci-ie of 3 to 6 against ) Club for this season The paity.: Hamilton on the other side of with the aid of :a ft\ !i.Ir r-

Chun-h. annual birthday party. 81 service will be conducted by I Club Talent Show last Fr: night Starke attended and brought j Green Cove Springs team. Scoutii.is I 'ill be from 3 to 5 p.m with I.ake Geneva The boys slept in trieved the snake from unii.. r t::1.'

!'.111. Wed. Prayer Meeting. 7:30: i I Morns M. Erackman Jr of Lake I FIt>
!J. III. Kvangelia-n Council. 8:15: Butler assisted by the men of I won a $25 bond for his rendition ., American Legion C..nfah '' i game for ..ou with Gainesville ') <'Iock< They will be Mrs. \\'. B. | Europe and it was indeed the I Mrs. G M Sehat'ftin

!l.m' Thursday., Junior Choir j the church. ;jof "Drowned in My Own Tears." The American Legion 3sth l)t'- ..:i Saturday, May 1:. Confirmation Paw.son, president: Mrs. Gay: last l word in camping-comfort. daughter. Mary Ann WPIP /guein ''; '

Practice. 3:30: p.m. j Thursday night. May :24! at ':The girls, representing elementary partment Convention will be held had not Lcen lecenecl at the Livingston, Vice president; Mrs. A number of Keystoners attended the home of Mrs Bessie S"r'at

7:30 o'clock Patrick Arnold of 'school, won a $5 cash award for at Diytona Beach. May 1S-19-20 II time of this it-lease. Check by the J B Cook recording secretary: I the farewell party givenI Raiford. on Saturd.u if'.ei!

('lit'K('II OF (GUI I the West Indies Mission will their veision of "Why Do Fools The delegate for the Robinvm- pat k anyway around 4pm. Mrs, H J. Boatwright. .'urrespond- i for Mr and Mrs Tom Carey at I, noon. May 4. at a Stork She:

show colored slides of the work Fall in Love ?" The chorus from lahhl'ltChl g secretary: Mrs. B the Enlisted Men's Club given for Mrs .Joseph Norm i:
Jenkms-DeSue Post 314 of Starke R'l'ld,1 Camp
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn .: ( :NI:\\ :* ,
there and will also bring a mes! I..awtey School treasiuer Mrs who also lived Raifoni Mo
Training won a $5: Brooks. Elbert Blanding. on May 4. The m
to Altman Carey
:ng Worship 11 a m. Sunday Eve according Adjutant I Ii The following hun'hes have his ; ,
sage. prize for their harmonizing on elected ; family former Norman received nunbiuitu!
o were
i a three-year Keystone
i i will be Vice-Commander Julius i
i thIs
ning Service 7:45 p. m. YPE I been lepiesented in column.: ''' j
"Sentimental rm
Service Wednesday 7:45: in.Prayer Journey. The sin Royal He i is a deacon and faith- New Bethel Baptist. Pleasant on the board of directors, residents before moving to their : and useful gifts
p. FIRST OIKIVTIAN ('luRChRev. I *rs were accompanied by the colored All membei.are beautiful home in : Ronnie Brouwers ot Manh.itt ii
fill member of New Bethel Baptist asked to at- Lawtey. Mr.Carey.
7t5 i I Grove Mrthodi.st. Mt Month ;
Meeting. Friday : p. '. J. t:. Mierwood Pastor school's talented '">nd. i .
"Countl3aisie" and ale urged to a DuPont \ Beach. Calif is visiting hi* un :if
employee. is\
;: Church. Methodist. Mt. NVho Baptist. Ant bring their
m. I )Knoch Allen.! -iends! a.s well being I and aunt. Mr and Mrs Ewn'"
: to !
LAUTKY.: Sunday School 9:45: a m. Morning special meeting of the Post |I tioth Baptist First Born Ebene- transferred another posi-
"upil.hit '
Cloning Calendar for ..
Hampton ( -<>|> tion. He has been with Fox at their home on Peach St
School 10 Moin- i Worship 11 a. m. Lord's Supper I :311 Auxiliary was called by President Z.M. Macedonia. Bethlehem Fiee Humph-,,
Sunday a. m. TuesiUv!
Hampton Training School will morning reys Gold Mr. and Mrs. Al Nelson returned
May Corporation for ,
1 11:15: a. m. Christian Endeavor Pauline Marshall to elect A ill Baptist. Allen Chape 15. the some I
YPE Serv- I hildien
mg Worship 11 a. m. 'iold its closing picnic: at Silver ..r Miss time ;, from Tallahassee the fir tlof
6:45: p. m. Evening Worship delegates for the convention.i Mrs, Metho.li.st. Mt Pisgah M-'thodisl. Mansfield's': I
ice. Saturday 7:30: p. m. Springs on Saturday May 26. The fourth and fifth grades Miss Ann Shryock of Washing-i j the week, after having attend
I 7:30: m.Wednesday.. 'orean McNeil and Mrs. Mary M ll. Veinon Methodist. Chinch of were thi
and 3rd p.
Ladieri Council 1st
: his will leave the school guests of I the District (Conferen.
at 7:30 Clay Electric Coopera-i ton D. C visited her sister, Mrs. :;: ert Rotary
I ISJ. Prayer Meeting Lee Frazier were elected. The God Theme are many mor.I !
Tuesdays 7:30 p.m. j m., pick up children and parents 've when they weie taken George Schaeffer. and the I!i there. Mr. Nelson will\ he the
7:30 m.Thursday.. mesid-'nt has asked all members churches in Stal kt'. 'uvte\ on 1 Schaeffer -
p. in Keystone Heights. and then goof guided: tour of the : family for I!I new President of Rotary Dist I'.. *
.:\\' 1UVKICBAITLST Choir Practice. 7Oot'LL ::: to fill their gleaners and get:; Hampton. Brookei. :New Rivei C plant. Roy three days last i I
to Oca1:1.I ha..tpl'n'n'l'd
: week Miss :212. starting July 1 The Nelsons
CHURCH j|, p. m. I another one a.s money is needed :Many thanks to tho.--e who send Martin as guide.: K T. ,: Shryock came to :
I On Sunday. May 27. at1 I showed them Keystone by bus will go to Lake Placid Club in
Sunday School. 10 a. m. Worship -' p.m. 1! to give the awards t1, the most I,'POi ts weekly. We me asking ) various through the | from Ocala,
I open house will be held. All parents 1 offices Transportation where she had visited her j Essex County. N. Y. for theCovernors
Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Serv- :! \ LOVE the new Esterbrook are asked to bring childienin j outstanding student in the ele- you to appoint a lepoitei and I was by the school bus. !' and Mrs. E. C. parents.Dr j, Assemblv. May 24-2S

..e. 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each purse-size( fountain peat ID p mentary and high school dcpart- charge that person with putting: :i I'irot Shryock, of
I I I who will be MX before Dt>c. 1 j llnly Communion Class Ocklawaha, for a week and where about 400 Governors frmall
| at Bradford ments of R.IK at the commence- something about church on
Wednesday. 7:30: p. m. Everyonewelcome. I |)a.stel hhadt* Only $2.5S : ; your On Sundav
for ; the free countries of the world
pre-school legistiation for nextttrm morning, at Thursday she left Waldo
L. L. Parker, pastor. County Telegraph. i meat exercise m-xt Thursday I II 1''l'ry'el'k, it it is just the order jof j o'clock! the! S. via theMeteor
Mass will meet for short Rotat\
Principal Taylor will be as- little Jackie for Washington a
toi I For
1 night. All members aie asked service and Sunday Si'hool and
1 sisleci in the registration by the \'flunIckil' Burson. I, training program From Like
their best. 1 Put chase each !i Jr Keystone
do Telegraph Heights
your was well-
"iipervisor Free refreshments will I I, then First Holy j Placid Club the Nelsons will n >
I 1 week check to make that Com- : represented at the
and sure
Cancer Reports To Date : nn ion Humphreys i 1 ,
be served. Come one. come all' in in an impressive to the Rotary International Convention

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I iiimmer School Actiuti.", The Bradfoid County Chapter I they ale kel'pingthe public informed ]i, at St William's It was ceremony the first Staff dinner at the Officers' Clubat I I in PhiladelphiaI
; i iI about chinch Camp Blanding
Mart June 4th rif the American Cancer :Society your pioc: : to on Thursda\
ever rt"f ei\e in the new' Mrs Joe Wright. ot W:1.I : >"
wishes to thank heartily all per- grams: Kindly call 2-; W or send i chinch evening. May 10. Among those I
STARKE FLA. According to an :announcement L I I I The church was be.iuti-i; : N C. will arrive next week .if
I the names of ai.laddiesses who enjoyed this I
II f' I sons who madi contributions to your lepoiters [: fully decorated affair were::
()ni Supervihoi U H, Gibson I with white lilies the home of her brothermlawj
I Cancer so far.'e have achieved to your editor at P. 0 ''and :I I, Mr and Mrs. Joseph Mulling I
the I i gardenias I
director of Summer PlO in
ram. a background i j sister Mr and Mrs Al
i i .
100 cent but are still wotking'i Box 991. tarkl'. "1a. We never Mr and Mrs. Gay Livingston
REV. LEWIS D. Pastor ; per of feins.
activities will
begin; Monday Father Harold Jordan !I I I j son. and will remain there with
to he 200! cent sinl'l'1' bei stop we woik theear round i i tEach he and Mrs Frank llgen. Mr.
June I. at S:30 in per pastor I I
am. LawteyTraining gave an her mother who makes her honu1with
Jefferson and Court Streets laThe Heart of Town i came members of the 200 percent '! week theie is a place for :i: talk to the appropriate anj Mrs. Jim Hetheiington Mr, .
School and hUE High children in I the Nelsons while Ihe.I..I.I
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 School, Starke. Persons interested I I club last year. Corsages |;i your news fiee of .ihaige I i iMt I j ration of that important clay it and Mrs. Mr.s. Clinton Denny Mr. and I sons aie away Her daughterMiss ,

I are being made and sold to help Pusgah A.ME. Church. ; their lives. To Joe Pawlikowski Mr. and
in participating in the enrichment make the (K'CSiOflmore Betsy; Wright. an aeronauticsengineer
: of the needed ': i Mrs Ken Platt. Mr. and Mrs. I ,
raise the rest money HI'K L. Walker pastor. will I ISaundeis
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. activities me asked to I notable the first choir to with the ( hanceb'OIft't
for our goal. The following- hold! regular pastorial day en ever sing at St. I Mr. and Mrs. H. L, I
contact principals Eddie Thomp- I William's was I Airplane Co. will arrive June 2
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:16 P.M. ports were made by representa- ""ndtstarting with Sunday the job on I Morgan Jr., Mr. and Mrs. W. J_
kin C. C Andenon.II' Supervisor I was composed mostly II to spend some time with her
j tives ( communities anJ '- hool at 9:30 ITu j Siprelle, Mr. and Mrs. John Petweiler. -
tOrn : a m morning; of childien from .
Midweek Service Wednesday 8:00 P.M. Shell for registration blanksThl'se the Catechism, mother and grandmotherDonald
activities I chuichcs: St John Baptist\01 ship will be at 11 a_TI_ F.veviig ,I Classes: I Mr and Mrs. E C. Wei- ,
are not being I Jimmy and Butch Fox. Scales Of Monesson PA
Hear the Sunday Morning: Service over WDVH at conducted for credit or for the I Church. $2 6.:). Rev Taylor pastor. !I service at 70: p rn. All I Johnny and Georgie Allen June I I ('ht'I, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. R. N'. I is visiting:: his nephew. Bill Scales,

of making failuresduring .! Mrs S E Strong ('hairman.I j I m'.o>mb'rs me asked bv -h.' buildin" : -.I and Barbara Drake. | Sunderland. Mr and Mrs. Carl and
purpose up Mary Ann family
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday. ; the regular school The I.iwtey. Church of Clod. Lawtey. ,; fund chairman Sifter Var.Met i and David Schaeffer Mike! Siprel-I :|II Fendrick, Mr. and Mrs. Allen I

I I $3.5ft. Rev Bro ,i : Dean. Mr. and Mrs Charle RlGHT-
program is planned to keep the Piessley. pastor. { ": Albert to pay your pledges lip. Pamela Schuch. and Peter THE POINT for tht1

children out of trouble and out | Joe Butt chairman; Phihdelphi.i | on the fourth Sunday; The Chris- '1 I'I Manown Assisting the children Smith. Mr and Mrs. Bill Cannon L. led ;your favorite KSTKRBRQOK

of the streets It is further ''Baptist Church $341 : Macedonia i' t in Union c.f 1t0,1)1' Macedonia '.'j were Mrs George Clemens Mrs. I I Mr and j Mrs. G. M. Schaeffer Fountain Pen. TEI.EC.KAPII.

( Baptist Church. Lawtey. $3.16. of and I Mr. and Mrs Everett Fox, Mr. write. Come in and
planned to enrich their lives givethem Baptist Hampton George: haeffcr.. and organist ,, way ;you se-
j Rev W C. Pitts pastor. Deacon I i >': Pisgah will no hold theirireetmg i Miss Anna -
"The Promises of God"Will some wholesome recreation! '! I McCullough !
j: Pel kins. chairman. Other money on Sunday1ie! to the Catholicc I
and know the value and use for j flub Mtft.
I collected in Uiwtev by captains; !i j nH'(' lalirrat" Service. at RJE
He Sermon Topic Sunday. S P1.Don't leisure time. The activities will St William's Catholic Club met I
Miss' It include the making .of useful articles : Sadie Cl.uk and True Love Smith: high school. The nit. tin.vill in the Hall last : TO THE VOTERSOF

I for the home in arts and :'and cans came to a grand total t ] be IwM! 1 in Harnpton "n Siiii:iiv.M ning for a short Wednesdal''I'1 business

i of $35 Ii For Wateioak com- : : :, ': T! :::11, M-u nl-in'-i' I H-nt-; ;. ing. In IIIl'eli i
'rafts library activities musi : the absence of the Pie.<:-!
First Baptist Church HamptonSunday fun in and out-door games and '. munity. Irs Manam Tyson. $5:; I i ('1111. ..h ". '> '" All\ 'iK-D'h-is .neI dent Mis Mary .Siprelle pie.sided

I ports Swimming days aie Monet : Principal M. E Roberts $168: !I I psfcpH to I I" (.M-pen. HG B ; The Bazaar, which will be held I

total $fi6S For Hampton ( 1 P.m--v.n; pi'ssdt-nt! : :Mis i Maiy I
iv. Wednesday! and Friday at 'om-I 'I July 7. was the main topic of
School 10 .\M. I beautiful Lake Whittemoie. Camp i munitv Mrs ('. Aycox and Principal -1 Lee Whitl''I'J'Ol'tl'r I I I, discussion. Since the bake sales I BRADFORD COUNTYI -

Morning Service 11 A,M. I I Blandmg This will be your : Taylor leported $ IJIS.: For I Bethlehem Freewill Baptist ;I Ion Sunday morning after Mis. I;
i Lincoln City and Thurstnn school I I ,
: Church McKay) pastor ; have
b been
child's le.irn
1 I opportunity to V ,' (i doingSo well it was : tt
Training Union 7 j P M.IIour' 'e ,community. Mt Pisgah A.M E will have Sunday School:: at 10'
doing A packed lunch will b I i j I decided to have one every Sunday :
1 Church HI'R L Walker pas- j a m Sunday The "I Can" Club
of Power" Wed., 8 P.M. necessary as the school cafeteria !i for a while, for so many want to express my sincere thanks and appreciationto
; tor. $191 I. Principal S C. Price, ] will11E't
on Saturday
i Prayer
will not be in duringth ; weekenders like
operation to
I pick some the people of Bradford
:i B Robinson. J. Mitchell and F. j jI meeting as ustnl: This ivpo't i is lip County for the fine supportand
".\ FRIENDLY CIIUltCH"IAH'IS I (' summer peiiod No special I II thing good for their Sunday
taxation will be made to pupils I L. Walker lepoited! $6 92. total I j I i incomplete d.f': to Ih.> illness of' bieakfast. ,: vote given me on May S. and I hale no ill will to

E. FAILE, Pastor I who attend!, but a small fee not, !I' $"SfcH4 The Reno-Staike com'munitv '' .}-I' I'portl'r. CHadv? f.ly"tnd I the Weekend guests of Mi and I ward anyone who voted for either of my opponentsI
j as follows .\1-1.lChapel death of her d1U }. i
ieportej( tt'r. Rho'.l: :
than lOc l<* Mrs H. C sincerely
more a day may Crawford of Brooklyn request: you continue in
jour support
f len A_M E Church. Rev' faithful I
very reporter .lldw: r.c ,
necessary for the purchase of l.akt''I'te their son and hisj 1 the Ket-ond Primary on May 29. and I also
R J Washington $7 membets' invite the
pastor. : i iI i ii ;j.raying. alon.j witr. i'"--
some of the supplies for the I f.imily. Mr. and Mr.s. Ralph
hobby-craft activities. Movieswill i I Mrs. Marion Dell. $3 i": Mrs L. 0' the church 'hat God will give I Crawford Jr anti children! C.I vote and support of those"who may have voted for I

M Royal. R..I.E Elementary j hai: strength: to rar.-... on. i another candidate on May S I
be shown free at I least oncepach 1 lakeland: and their two daughters -
I Words cannot express my :sincere week and several "family: $1212!: Mrs. Maurice \\' ite.i Allen Chanel A M.E Church i and their families Mr. and I
i ,
.. -- and humble appreciation to those night" programs will be lendered! ; I JR..IE F.ll'mpntalv. $963: Mrs I Rev R J Washingt; pastor ,| Mrs D. F.. Gaither.: and four children -i
F S Pierce. RJE. High. ?t 50: .
< day began with Sunday! !
at each school center duringth e of Jacksonville: and Mr
wonderful friends who total $3703 Grand: total $9:!. \, Trhool at 10 i I
supported me summer program. All patents am. Sipt Homer i and Mrs. Ben Wewer and children
asked to to let j auota-SlOO Many thanks again i ii j jj Uili-.ns in charge Due to ill- also 1 I
ire plan now your j from Jacksonville. O. HARRELL
I County Commissioner
in my campaign on May S. to all who helped and contribute '. I ImSTRICT
.- l children attend! the summer activity j n ; the pastor and family could | Fiiends of Mr and Mrs F. W I
** I in Lincoln: to the! above amnunt'E!' hope I nthI' present At 2 pm a I hroeder I
May God bless! every one of you. program Pupils are sorry to hear that : FIVE
that will to :
you .
I City ale asked to attend the KJEj I semi n was prviohed .t'U' j their son Billy has been in St

j renter also pupils from Hampton: i this i fine spirit of charity in the r 'n-ster and cong'e. ation from j Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonvillefor : (IM. I'ul"d'o'.)) I

; Yours truly, and Watcroak It is not practi-: Cancer drive. Our Chapter Chair j rllOkert 5>> p jr.. a beautiful j some time _

| man. Miss Dorothy Alvarez. is i :\ .)!t.'r's Day lam was playby -
il to all the pro
j c' or possible open -- -
i schools during the summer. Parents convalescing at the new Bradford I Pol| M -s. Maurice \\'iite During I -

: I I ('olln1Hospital from an appendectomv i the evening wor'.liir Rev. K !
asked to make tian.i-
I'ul.11 -. I are
((1'11 \ ) I
on Tue.sdav" of this week I. Walker conduct : the servicefor
pt>rtation possible for their children ]1- '
We wish for her a speedy reI the third quarter! conference
be able
so they may 10
attend the program for two I covery.! that was held by Pre .ietmg Elder

To My Friends months. Activities begin June! 4 1 Thll"lun i School Srmon I'nilillo' I -\ W. Bowles. Tr.> Elder corn'lier.t THANKS !

and en, July 27 If you plan a j' This was'our' editor's first I officer; an I members for
experience in seeing 4th grade I 'h"! new pews in the churchc
Of Bradford vacation for your family you I
CountyI I have four days in July and all ofVugust i pupils in academic attiie. The I! ., I'riall1" !;ri Morris anti

Please; plan to let your I little people were beautiful to sep I II I.it) for the hard: work they did I

children participate in the summer I| in their maroon caps and gowns. !, tr complete tins: project beforeM

I express to ) ou my deepest gratitudefor program which we believe A very fine program was arranJt",1 :- i i her's Day. A round remrtV.IF

will be most helpful to them, and executed! by Principal S ,| made to the Presiding E'derwth '

our support on May S. j I '?nol (l roull' Pupil Pirsi C Price and! teacher B. J. Len special cre..1ir to members We would liketo

i I non The sermon was preached and friends! '!e'- !s Div: will beheld
On May 9th Wilheminer Bl.\e I
I' by Rev Strong pastor of Ebene- at Allen! Chf-pd: on Bather's
died as the esult of food poisonj I i
'J | zer Baptist Church The music !i Day' Sundav. .fu.,- 17 PnfessorKiier extend our appreciationto

JESSE E. NE\VSOME\ j I'I, of ing: Eugene she was and the Gladys only Blye.daughter and was furnished by the pupils of the j Shell h H Ven appointed;

the and Tiuste. Levy Len-
third and fourth grade under I cha-rman. !
I was born on July 2ti. 19 iShe
'! direction of E F... Minott music n.n will servas co--h'irman everyone
((1'01. Pol. Aih.i I wa in the second grade at liTE
specialist for the county assisted i Pi'PI" for the pic-gram are beinrmitped
I worker in the Sunday
and a devoted '
bv the chairmen Alt I
i the Other participants out
Srhool l of Bethlehem Freewill |! by included faculty.: Principals Andt'I !'- i nice in Staike an-1 H\\ hornp for the work done in behalf
Church. :She; leaves I:c
Baptist son and Thompkms. Mrs Maurice ;i .T being I" ld: upon to miketh's

I am grateful.. mourn her loss a devoted mother \\' ltl'. RI'S J- Strong.; Super- n great d.1:1t: Alien! Chapel I i of Fuller Warren
and! host
father, four brothers a
visor :Shell; and Rev. E. I.. Walker j ji Wiitch this pip'- for further an-

of sorrowing relatives and friends i president of the PTA who also'i mcements n..J. Lennon re-

deeply, sincerely and humbly !! The May! funeral 11. at was her! church held on with Monday the: i i served as Master of Ceremonies :' ffiler.K j, during the recent campaign for Governor,

I I On Tul'sdaIay IS. at the class | : -P I R Racci "ireate I
and third grade and teach
I dedicate myself anew to the M'r\ice of the I Moffett. night program certificates were i i At 3 pm .n thr lZJJcife-
Mrs A G.: participatnc
Florida er. : awarded to the following pupils: ln-n: : the e. "..iit sermon will be and to the voters for their supporton
people of I want to tOU in the ; The obituary was read byI !
!I Jannie M Scott Gwendolyn'Paulette J.I ached to the graduating ctisb' :?:
fine manner you deer e. I P<>rkie Lee Hood scripture by
Robinson. James Halt ; Rev. Ro.j-r P. Fair, rhnnlai.IT
The rt'ai and erwhelming victory wehae Mother Essie Holland favoriteI II Eugene Gainey. Herbert Lee Al i teicheat P.ethune-Cookman election day.S. .

achie\ t'd i is, I bt lie\ e. reaffirmation of I ". .'n"ro' "At the Cross" bR.J.F.. bert Bertis Parks. James Pitman. I, College. Daytona Be ich. YOU

continue the ,,' vocal solo. "I'll
our people's determination to on 'h" sroup.
i Jimmie Louis Brown. Samuel J. I cannot afford to miss this message -
sound and stable and progressive course \\ e I Walk With God" by WillettaWvsipgor 'I
Strong, Jr. Irene Pitman. Frank- Rev Fair is truly a dynamic -
\ ( steadfastly pursued for the past 16 I : for third grade. The I 10 Mae Brookins speaker. Principal Thomp- e

months. ; nrmcipal eulogy was given byi Dav kins and faculty extend to all of ,
Wednesday! May was
.. The I !
Now \\ e must work together.) Florida'sfuture i I I the pastor. ReI McKay a cordial invitation on behalf
I church j held at the school. The annual i iQ'ch j ji :you
is boundless. With courage and cooperation music was furnished by the i\ h outing and picnic will beheld of the graduating; class of 1966.Vateroak I

with vision and understanding we i choir with Mrs. Maurice White at I at Butler's Beach on Saturday \ St'hoolddrl''i... G. DENMARK Chairman

will build a State of hich \\ e can be even the piano. I May 19. Two bus loads ";'l Principal M. E. Roberts COrdiaJ-1

more proud. VUIU Parent go. Parents are invited! to accompany ly invites all patrons and : '
James Smith Jr.. of Camp KENNETH GRIDER.. Treasurer
children on the trip. to attend the closing programfor j I

Gordon Ga recently returned I to Buses will leave the school at the Wateroak Srhool at 11am. i

Starke to visit his parents. He Music will be furnished -
Ld! 7:30 am. During the tour the! Sunday.
has: re-enlisted for another tour group will visit Marlnrtand. by the pupils under the ,
of overseas: duty in the Arm
. and left Tuesday for New York !Shut InsRobert I direction of M3. Roberts. The I ( PIt Pol. AdflUI.tV \.)

(Pd. 1>01. Adv.) where he will sail for a foreign Dell Jr is stiH on the !I address will be delivered by Prof.

:assignment sick list aLso Sister Marziel I Elmer Shell. teacher at RJE high.



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- CAUI OF THINKS KEVIVAL SEKMCKSRevival dress Is Ceneral Delivery Marietta, : liarhift! I i To Josephine Colavitti. whose I' 1906:; ; otherwise the allegations of Clerk of the Cm t r,III( .
Issued I! \V Kronenberger Clerk Seeber address I i- c/o J.
; and :
Warning Ua. residence .
I said Complaint will be taken as By M..rlan L. Croby Dr'" '
I sen'icesill begin Sunday You are hereby notified that & I> Cotxlman. i:<-ttie II. It.aK. Calabretta. 3V12: : Proadway. 8.1' I
Ewell Lawson
:Mr. and Mrs. suit for divorce > I>.gar Jone \Vrna Mae l'a\'ls. l:-land City New York. confessed by you. -I--7: : : '

Continued instances of streetlights I and family wish to thank their night. May 20. at the Penta- has been filed against you in :he'' K,-nr-tine M IVnniark 111Idr'cA.. :' You arehereby nuttnel tnat a Bradford County Telegraph challl _ _
Church at 7:43: above named Court and cau!'" and .I';irker. InductorsMuhl !uit fur dixnne. ei1-tIY. ,' .ntr"I ; iiMiMi, thii Order In -
forI four :
being shot out aroun. many friends and relatives <:.stal! Holiness I Ii I I..n neat ___ -_ -
a of of nun"r1M i..e
>ou are required to serve copy and i'Ul'lI.rt \\'h1>' I-'I" --- --
t tvn brought a warning from i I I their kindnesses flowers and epipsMont \-'I P m Fxerjone utltome Rev i your answer or pleading to the *hll( fii.d .against you the ,,)."\e mt ,. .! 1I,1t'l'II th;; J"i; t In' "f .\i'rI! 1i ..i
1 tile PIaIntfr5Att.rn.y r\"II1.n.1 I U t..lle.t'brk. Clara 1'. and
complaint on artre-
Rev I'ourt cau-e you
I of sympa'hyl1\ mgth" .1 J ilPinzman evangelist: 'i"1"1 i \1. -i: M. ':,. .
i. in. \ turd
Mn''r W. T J/tiltson yesterday E K. l'errmnian. Starke. II::ill' KiinaKl :\1. "ff"nna" uuir-'d to .->r\e a cnpoC your aivwe' )
prnol of ;MI krJ.m" 'It-Ih: IIf I K =S :Morgan; p.ihtorw. Florida. K. 1.-. -arih; lliintt-r Jt-mllr 11rilMIMT or pl..adni? tr> the com,''"' non ': USED
offim'p'i! ne subject to a fine I' ana file the original In the office l.Nf : ',t-gt.I. It'>I..tur the P'aintiffs AttiirnevII. ': &LAAAALAAAAIA.LLAAAAAAAAI C AR
:Mr> L.t1'1' u'lit"P! ., the CI.-rk ..f the Circuit Court on C. Baldwin 1'. I.' 15 .% '":
lip to $.iOO. the :Mayor saId. \\'III c. i" u. ,ir before the : si,. I-I.It til tM I Gaint-1-\.-. Kl..rtda .
11 I .1.'" ,.f Jun*. 1958 4'Lrfl-. .I l-'rir.-. i'!. rk ; .L.liti and file the original in the off.- < f "
'"therwi the all..golnnl' uf nald .\ .1. M. ..-:iiin. V. 1:. -, !" \\ ..-,lin. .It-n- the Clerk of the Circuit Court "n .,*
iUTI\N: PUOUir.x Complaint will be taken as conr..I r-> \\ Marline! In-.pet.tnr-. before the SPECIALOF
.. \ .X murnli.OI.n: -.. fes! Dear Friends TIHH notice FRaU be published iitrri\: M'. :-n ttiriiixm ntherwi-e the allegations; uf said. .
INK, SO HUES \\ IB..OIm once each week for four consecutive \\ 11 :Maxnill* Clerk "h..III1. Comolairt will be taken as n-nft--
1HK STKKN.TII.; MONEY weeks In the Bradford County TeleI'. I't Ii..n. t. I' :M.ty. Ell.1...... ..d bv you == _T: OF
I appreciate the wonderful .. grAPh j* ti.i-t.un. In-pe.-t'rs.. This notice shall tie pmihI..he'iTiC -
HONOR .\M> II \ lNKs: ; OF ln'-d iht7 day ..t May 1956.: : lltl: l\l \i. IK-I III:III'I'M -.. each week rnr four nfl.iIiTIVC
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darbj | J. II--r--y, I'lirk ll"in- .I ",'..kin the Bradford (" vote that jou #a\e INK: DKIVkKll. Clerk of the Circuitour. I::rio-.-n ,'h.I.! I 1101 I I:. I.f.ni. .1! '! graph ,. er THE WEEK'
sldNAL iits li.it.-d thl li day ..f :Ilal. 1 1- '
( By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk Ji hn.. J 11'1" o".r" .
lOKKlCl :;1\1.: ciMrl.--A iii
me in the First Primary t\\SSTU: ILI.INII'.) 5/11 4t 6.1 ; "ourl. (
I II I'lCMINlr: 'u. T-M.W: lilt I:ItKeddih Clerk of th. Circuit
I, I! .\ndirx\-. Clerk.; I:..nh By Marian I. Crosby. Deputy 'lerii. ]
from deep in my heart '0-I ti-i: TO .%1'rKmlu 'I... :\!.... M.n.iU. tlrrtrud.. II. K--U.-i :, !I' 1NOTIl #
(Ireull ('uurl. llrajforj Count MITK r. that th A nine. 1' S..h',fi.-ld. Iii-pe. tor .
Nuti't- R\en
.\1TE\K T
The two candidates left )fl rlorida: In C t.an.-re. f"Il"WIIII Clerk' and Ins-l.f.'I.TS ITO 4i :h Chevrolet
ri.iintitf. vs Dor- '' No. s : .
I. ,01 i I II ill} have bten appointed for the Send I'lllflM I -IIKOIIKI II In Irrnll t url.. llrailCord oaoly.Inrlil
H ,d. l.d'lIdall l'nniarelf. lion to be held Tuesdav, i 11.\\ard I'. I'nIIKl.lH. Clerk.: I. I.yal "' ", In t hnwrerrChdeT
in this race are !still my Ca'e N" 10-1511: "I \. :\1..11.II.. Crrtn: l.tuille Hai -. Stui-kev. I'l.untiff 1 1 Dr.
May i't! A.H.. 196. In the various Gassett ; 1 Sedan. I\or\' Over
>..llr .lu \pprari Klor- Jail.". IiI..milt: i I ,,". InM"t"r--.
uf ITadford "unt 'It.,
.. residence I.r.'n.-t ) '". B. Stuckey. Defendant : ( New '
friends and neighbor J I' r .thv Hall whose 'Ida' \ holly -rey. seat I overse.vs
: \l.' IT i, *;<...rgi.i and whose ad- | i:)' nriU-r "f 1)1.- I!.'anl ,.f c.tmtv Case No 10-HOT
i iti:( i\< r MI. I.I\\TI\ than :
( (
: ( .mllll'wn"I'! uf Iit.If..r.I < 'UIH> CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON
1'l.) rk. Edgar \\ilkmson. ; In- ,. i :
and I am strictly neutral l l..n.I. tin-- MaT. A I II. !:';>(. Notice to IIliI".lr| :
DOne :Mop Serb lee'Floor 1'I''I"r: Ernest I! \VellHubert
K 1'ri."t. Henry C Wainwripjit. I i'IIJam. 'I IFFIIi.i..I :.sKALlChirl. : To.: Holly B. Stuckev whose residence about this questionI
:and not taking: any part and Table Lamps .-- I.. Waters alldrtbur ('. "> A liarhy. Clt-rk i.Is 1 It is Skipperville. Alabama.

Repairing Pea ree.t.iticiT. and whose address is Rt 7 Skipperville. only $
in their campaign for %O.11I(1'11 <*-riltHKIla >oncr: To .u'c'c.an hear that auto insurance 395
1ki Joe Martinez I I (Ireult ('..uri KrKilfurd ('"uol,. Alabama.You .
> skill rates are much !< in
htrltlat In ( hnneerr.ar'i'n.
the Second Primary i1q CI..rk.llIert I* ro-l.y. Jr. In"It..I..r. ., are hereby notified that a
J> lIur.-hlnl.n. Plaintiff.
Licensed Electrician florida. In fact neighbor
*. Thelma A. Innkinx Kalhleen suit for divorce and restoration of a MANY
\ John IIut.-hingiqn. Pffemlant OTHERS
Cod: blexs Bonded A :Monteith James It. ChaMeen. ':tells me that his $150 auto To
May you, r t .\uMininkler. Camlii llixon Mattie ,, t ztitN." 10-1'iU former name has been filed against
Phone 2.37-J M Morgan. Slit-Hie H Hall. NltaI otl-e To John tppeariTH lliiti IjniKn.. unoniiletn you in the above named Court and policy in New York costs him CIIOO.-E FROM 1
and good farming. >oLb... K-ton It. K Jordan and '
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ami aililrew L'H9 6.*, only SJ:53: in Florida. Can
I'.riE.. Norman. I' > > )llltl); cause and you are required to your _ _

Sincerely .. Mickl vhlfl :: '1 nenue.-ii arc Qinens hreb"III"W. notified: that YorkV e serve a cop of your answer or!! agencjrewrite my Auto in.surance

JUST IN TIME FORGRADUATION Charles Hardy. I"I..rk.o'rank M I j' Milt f">r duone carv < uitixl) and I to the complaint on the at the lower Florida
Norman. Jr.. James H. MtCarthv
r DAYSHAFFER'S. Kubert C .
Russell I..r..thl'ar"z.. Juanit.i Hardy.
Hugh Ingram InspectorPKKUNtT >'JI,,bo\e are named required Court to serve and cause a ,'..py amfou 01 1 Vutch, P. O. Box 1SS. Starke. Fla. ,
[ office
i and file the original in the I
.1. our answer or pleadme to the com
(I'd. Pol. Ad\) NO. .1-MHTII !STVUKK ,II Uint on the Plaintiffs AttornejII ':'of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
I C. 1alhIII.. r u lox 104 Charley E. Johns
I ; I I:.i iIrM\ j ill... Klorula on or before the 23 day of May, CO.

Beautiful Homes ,nd tile the original In the office. 01 t i
-I he Clerk of the Circuit Cunrt or, 'i- OUR SERVICE
J iatSNDRItEL.PEN ir before the
Fine Cars H d..>' of Jun. 195. PAYS
1 >ther\\",ise the allegations] of sAh"omplaint I Agency I
Modern Appliances will be taken
as '
NO DOWN PAYMENT d bv you. 1 HI'f'JI'i breath kl''dng svuvt. IVp- Call and Court Streets

Tills notice shall be publish/1 Ask fur thorn'
fla\or. Starke Fla.vyyvyvyyyyvyvyvvvvyyv
.\wonderful to own but how I nee each week for four ron.s."cuive .! 1"'m1int Phone 13 Starke, Fla. : .

only$795 'an these IK- enjoyed if you FVIfKraiihliaied weeks in the R.-adford Count;r : peryhere..

haw poor health? this 16 da> nl Mav. H'"ii> THE CHEX CO. -=-

$<2AA .. 36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS -. S /V19 Your mot |>ri,'elevs jwosevhion OFFICI.\.:<:f\ 1,1 Charles A. I)arb'.. Philadelphia. Pa.
1 Clerk I of the Circuit (Conr
it glowing health.It [roy Marian L. Crosby Deputy <71"1'1I' Salesmen Wanted
I Here's a gift thai keeps ran be regained and maintained It -, Sell It Rent It Trade II

36 .MONTHLY PAYMENTS $**/>.17 remembered! A H.
600 you I by regular Chiropracticadjustments. 'OTU.t: 10 tri'ituIn 1Tu-L.II1
Snorkel Pen writes Circuit Court Bradford Cuuat]r. -- I
Florida t !a (hanrery.
LOANS UP TO $2500.00 smooth as satin. fills Below U such a ra.se: Man l>r..nr.j J t '"Ia\ Ilti IMamnfi. i'.. WITH% A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
I age 65 had arthritis, !>('IaUr.rhl'un1aU..m J'-i.iIlIli.' (. .1.\ 1111 I ()<*ft'nd.int .
clean and easy by drink. duller To Appear --
and failing Uidnejx. pJRIj
the ink the Low Rates Good Results
ing through Under Chiropractic care U- p Easy Tn Place

/ ot Ario-' filling tube. Genuinepalladium.silver these symptom were much im- in WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION yv

point proved at the end of th..> first SPERRY

Why Put Off *' ) month M ause the Chiropractor Sun. Mon.. and Tues E.CJIIHHTlO.s.L WORD 2e
for extra-long wear.
removed the pressure from the HAS May 20. 21. 22 IHMOINT OF IS PKR THAT ON TWO Oil WORK nSF.RTIO'UI
;; '
% ;'1 I spinal nerves permitting each OPENINGSBEGINNERS Double feature ;I B!\. "0011'10'\. FUR Bl.iMl Ant-OH 40. NOT PUO IVKl "nva'u'- -- .. ...

Sheaffer's new organ to function a.. nature In- I Godiva 'It SAI-K--\1\:1': 1.KI.t.r.... IVkin- | 'III/ S.t I.r; -T., -
'lpi-_ Lady ) b"dr" (
".'. I'hon.2171. ... rmh..u. -
Ki-se puppies $ I
a re
slimpencil tended. This patient continuesto FOR \ I.\nd. IIwd..rn, ,
Needed Paint Your HouseS shim Color by Technicolor Starke Iti'hcKOU It fli5 iii. hwy. T'rm,. W- .U"'r.. 41t
Repairs impro\ement. SA1.K--Onf Rood Jersey milk : N. "h"rr SI. .,
match. .r Ph.11 ,
I Nadrr II I.' Jont,. I: da)
Maunvn O'Hara. George cow Hampton or IO.W;
= nllh'
'i Bring jour health problems to \ lip 5 :25! II J'

Add a Room Screen Porches the I -\nd- }'oH S.\I.:_ (;
"o (
See the big: ,, Many Opportunities WAXTEr>-OOOI>. ('J.F.)1'TO IZ" P'llumia. .alb"r "llI.llard
selection' UNTAMEDCinamaScope I HAf:. No I'ants or Army Shirts I flurd..n. l'b..n" 136.
-Dowt I I I
llayward ISsEra.rVrL ,
and SuaanPIu'4
Rates t.etl'l
Top room home to b>> built 94 (("hK
SYSTEMS ALL REPAIRS AND REMODELING I Color Cartoon For C'hildn-n \WMmorrlaniI May see plans FOR

LABOR AND I CLINICS and trrnis by contactuif J. AVThomas. I ond SALRJersey heifer cow wltb rr.e-
ExcellentBenefits : Alton IM. or call 43Jlip : ::11.. ,. calf; fresh in ah"1[
MATERIALS Blocks North of Post Office Wed. Thur.-:May 23: 21 'I'II 6/1 I all.gsa.HI. 1.milk Pux per day. t' V II,.
:269 .
In Starkefud..rn Double Feature St:trl. rf'bg
I I -on SAI.K- <-ott4Be on Hall Ijik. ,
.\Applications Our Office No Obligationw18UILDER WANTEI1.u..itin
Modern convenienies. furnished a.'i'''''1
Methods! Lady The ToughestMan I hiilmsckeep.r fur .
x..i'r and boat R.>ar natiUpri. I taJ., .Id..rh i ""1.1.. '.r
.iisUnt Steam Bath .-.., 'ar. .t. 'i'iiijr.-m r"r ,
; Phiem-:> il.iis .r 440-J I l'ar"Ol. \\,1.1' ;
I Five-Day Week Alive night :tp 5 '1H .. 11r..nta..I\II, : : "'. '..
I :'; \\'all"r : 407
:';t.. tark... ,
With Dane Clark !
I 2. ;t. I a
RKE SS Modern Plant
I "'on
-AndCaged i S \11\TOG \ IIKH.IIIS I T-Three bet1riig, "ufll:
IiI II iIIhE'd n
huu .
I I (> Ieclrh'' ,',,\.. h ,r
Hall)' Intenleus from Fury J lie >ou "ant. bonirfrr Jonriiiilrut .at..r rater aD.1 a't.r LITI
J'hone :4-W
? 8 lu pay rent right on and ur 61.!
SUPPLIED ( THANKSA A.M. to 4 P.M. II rlj.;"
( Richard Denning and Sheila Ryan right ont If )ou want to own and I
\\fdncvLiy Evening from For Children I list In >.ur own home rail u.. I.-on _
Plus Cartoon I HI-lT-Clolte: :
Uf nlll rlaln bnw )ou ran I In. d""lroiltlt'
Pct5&$3 6:30 to 9:00 IVM. and Iwu bt"dr"1II line
atS'A.L.tiii own sour home a. cheaply asp ""
1Pt 1 It'5Sunabl
MILLION, Saturday morning 'till 1 I'M Fri. Sat-May 'J)6 i "u ran rrnt.hon,.\.\ r at n>III i ur ubiitt roarnIrnir. >
Double Feature \ uu annie thr day and i Fun
h..ur. Our homrM are brlDK built nil d ,
'- .. t -- FOLKS SPERRYELECTRONIC Lure Of The fur thoHr %.b., nerd bomr aad I I..hl'd ctItti .". ..I.... klld..n. )., fIll...II
i m B B-B BM V-- .. .. I I'd t.n, I.... .. Por'h..s. r. r
r iaat >uu to hatr unr. A L4rg. yard
s1iadl. ,
Wilderness rail don It all.FLORIDA\. .I Mrs. an.1 Rard, ". Adult 1 "uplr
; M. ('Idrk.
Starkc.1.tilt HI. I. )io" HI

Week'sSpecials TUBE i Color by Technicolor j REALTY CO i tr"hlt

I wish to thank my many friends in Bradford Countyfor DIVISIONOF With Jean Peters. Jeffrey Hunter Of Starke tired K\I.f- Jy U\O n..r. Ie..d fir r..

the fine vote hen me in my race for School Board I and Walter Rrennan I II (Guy AmlrpHsV.. II. Snell, (tni. %-bl'dr..m('oupl home ran"h l'lmsa ..ii. .. "mc

May 18 thru May 24MENS Member. I am indeed ,grateful for your untiring efforts i I SPERRY RAND I -And- j A. J. Thomas) I Jnry ollry hou.Cottages... an,1 on tw I"QI... %'1 I..)..i.rn m.ma..,

in my behalf. Texas Stampede j S.)."> Tt'mplt'1:' Telephone 383 'I 4 a'it3 e. of Il''arlan.WaMo. next lu I'aimlmi 301 Gar In

CORP.OF t Starkr.Foil Florida i iI 311> :-., II
PAUL RAYMOND I i With Charles StarrettPlus I t'OI l s. LK-1tegl5..

C t \IXKSVILLE. FKLoratnl \. I Serial Chap. No. 12 and \U--TII\. buIlding lots I! uf brl'rdiliK, al: '. Silt A,IIIi\"U"and B.U

HANKIES (Pd. Pol. Adv.) J near .MunicipalAirport I Cartoon For Children I..at..d..n St ClairtM.. Cl..arfd i "A.lin.ir"r.regst.rc C: ,, .\nleu" .arllng up
I and 1'(1) tu build on. Each lotS "" n. ltugprr 8 1011....
c i s loak.
__N... I .- I _'. ._-. _--i'._ ," \ ; :x 125 feet Call %:'3-J:to or alit 13. __ ___ C'It) q.n t. M. 41 41n -maFm -
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1st Quality3limit I i! trmiuler all P.tST- f.i h"ui"
FOIl SAI.K Thrtw bedroom metal
masonr fully '"
ELECT I rcmstrui.tlon h
I lOc ValueTOWELS I bath Asbestos Shingle roof. Lot 411" 6/11
100 x 110. 7 bearing pecan trees. !
Trued to sell. One A. \ViKRlns.phoiir ;
TO THE VOTERS I 173-J I' (i lIIx 74>. Starkr, I II lcrrtrtER STAMPS mad to ..rder.
I .L'. !a. ZIp ilKMAL.K dat..r. numbprer. notary ......t..
I I facsjniile stamps Jradturd ,'
HAROLD K. NORMAN I e1eraph "uDty
C : HEM' WAXTKP-Can you I) tt
uJ'i: in soatra: each week"' : !% PAlO O.
Full or part time salesman ( fii: KRTSTO"F.
II iN! >.|i>ii and bonus ror ...."um-I ST(1XE ST.\TP. RANK KI<:T--
.\"|il\' $lmigtiScwing! Machine Co4i TiER FDIC 'I.A 'EM'
>.' .N. Marion Lake Fla. I
S hot Quality29c St City.

2I.imitPOLOS j Stt"KKT POTATO Plants, $3 per I.OdO
at Klli (;rot'.Ty. 3 mile.N'irt TOfCO
Starke. on 301. E./18 "AIL I.VSUKVXCKFAST
I Ztp
ONE .... CountyatLargeYoung am"t.'r of and
) deeply !grateful) to the 1.568
." T-Two (rows one red. butt-
1.ld..tl.I with white fare unmark-

Ac1st 'TiLi t oters who put their trust in me and gave me the lead i unmarked.1. ..ntii liii Please.iir-d.notify but-MaurlrpF.I"lrd' head-d. CLAIM SKU\ICK

I Jr ritarke tf>.hgK"H Doyle

Ambitious in the First Primary May S. Only with your continued i IJKNT. -T..... l-drnr.tn h me o| INSURANCE
Qualify : K ,ng-l.!: t I.:ike 1''IIII.I..J H' furn AGENCY;
,*-h. il l'\: week during *-tnnin" r
I 1.00 ValueS and efforts to I Ph..n.. 1 177 or i...ntad C:trl... n \\:1:t Phone 28. 136
O !support your bring out the tote can we 1,an.Mi4 K: AlkinSt 3t., 25 W. Call

Active be assured of victory May 29th. .-1' 'I,: *
on WHEN IN NEED OF '\I.K. !IS',2 < 'hevr.t: 2 'I."r
S'Vlclin. S.I..n. with t....,,.

TRAININGPANTS Practical I j I LandscapinLand Clearing ",irIt1-r.-.t.4'11.. "':Or!" "..., Mmli, tgl.!: r r ,.If'

C Fill Dirt Paving ', 2q. ; is

Farmer -: If you want an Honest Efficient. and Business-Like Drheuais Peat Humus il.I..!. KKNTrM1":;-. -living N.-w lui.I..x! T... ,
r"'HI.. kit.
tI: n'l I.,.,h If .. t'n I
Building Sand nt-resr-f
0\hter H' W M
E.I"a'.I .
___ 117 W ('all 5.
0He Administration of your School Hoard looking forward I Shell- .
( !! !:
1 ""r. "m ,,1K
Size 2-12 fc See OVID LEWIS n-.in., and extra Ukn fr"J'j ,,,

S 1st Quality} I'I Stands For always to the best possible education for our children, Stark:" ':T .. K.pr.r.erty: >"'tone.In s ir.,1.\ |II'|! ?/I.. .,,, 1

t 60V.. MaJU.n rhonr 30Starkf ollmgcr. .
::1 l LimitBOYS I |>h .ne l.i iv iu

I/ HonestySincerity : I Ii i then sole for : ,, Ha.r'il '''it 1 SM.K-NV 12 ft t.*,. ,1|I. r \

I 1 1I J a:1:1 .I..r ..Ian, Yrh III.,,,, l.-t
I .
: lfXT'I ro..m nnfurnlshid pr: $-.19'-:; Harifiii .* nh Ir .d..
C : h u-> Imi|"<- .il C.s Home -nK.4! pi.j'| tax M f iiI!] j, t
BRIEFS j I |i AM.II n. <-_. lt,'hgI "lain PrlicidHire. lit prn .' }",-1
'iricam with trade f
Economy J I linn pi q tn
II I 0 lie Tt\TJI *>NI\ KHlt\" i'b with 5 ,
___ ; 'r. '"arrant' K: If

i W.% C. (Billy) POWELL% X 1 .\ll RADIOS'Make -RFPUIIKH All Model __sm.th; Frieldalre r)"aler Itftg:

1st Quality} REMEMBER The job is only half done. I wish to i!t Rra..onahlr rharrra. eoaraatrrd .'nnJ.F-Two metal b.d ieitt" I

:2 LimitS I remind all the oters of Bradford County to KO back to TOT \%'.("Ht Oil. "(t.. SIIKIMIKKII"tl.rl.r PIat1l:: PprinK arid mittr..s.-. .. Hl"/,
i Jireakfajtt s e( If' li.linKr\
Size 2 -12 I the polls on May 29 and help elect Harold K. Norman i'tmnt :0< '
'Full ::SAI.K New" 8 r x 16 ('nTli 'p t
I to jour Board of County Commissioners: from District ,i crete block. He Cement $1.50

l One. I invite the support of all those who may hale per bag Mortar Mix: $1.SO per Co
Bradford Engineering
voted for another candidate on May 8, and the continued The Candidate Any Person in The 'I nh'n 94 ptarkf_tfFoil F\R 1t'tH ,

Ph.meS3t of those who me such a wonderful vote ::.'10 acre farm and raarki 80
support Rate I !JE-T-T: > bedroi h .u efurnihed arrr. Improved panlarr 75 arrea t
: on May S. Harold K. Norman believes in honesty and I I Lars. utllitj room. In JOUBC plae. 1 mile of Stark..

fair play in the performance of the duties of public I County Can Question and Get I ( ir i04 port E. RrownlA'it prlva'i yard 2.Inquireat I modern ant:. froallnic two bed pafed room kUkwlr It.....> I\

I office. This he will work for unceasingly if elected. I ZIP .I 2JiFOk : I, Price*.reasonable nlik altrartlteterm !,

-\i.E-nlg Firestone IJ. fngrati.r | .
i ,. good onditlon priced
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