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: June 1, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Cttf. Llbrurr 7U History .

2-Death rash, 100,000 Suit Mark Hot Primary

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Negro Victims ,

SAMPLE BfUrnoitlMOUYTY1'UF.nSCT PRIMARY M\V, 19JS BALLOT _ _ . __ __ __ __ Were, DeliveringSample Heavy Vote Cast To Elect I

NO _____________ I

I : S BallotsA Norman Harrell I

TO VOTE ICT & permit "-ECurn* )9 ; ; I PowellA i
person for kum you doure: tocU L ('1 : 1 ,

COUNTY 2.. *. _- tI speeding eggshell bule Mer- second prima MUI. in Spite I

COUNTY OMMISSIOXER ', ,ui\ sedan early Tuesday left of the short ballot. <"..tme i !a-c t"generating Winners!

DISTORT NO. 1 _ _ 'h road County
near tarke
and sailed Attorney
I more steam than the
(Vote fnr Or*) -II- f \-Q 100 feet thiough the air, killing
first .
------ primary on IaS, bimignt
; 71
f \ ''.\i"> Starke Ntgto men and lit- I
: I ) an estimated 3.500'oters
.. tenng t the roadside with sample to tnepolls I Sues Candidate

R-1. fRF.drr .kzg\: .4 'E I ballot.s turnout in was Bradford around CotmtThe 70 per cent

The ballots had "X" beside
-I of the county's qualified .slrength I
COMMISSIONER : I I the names of
some candidates
I DISTRICT: NO. FIVE e- ) '' J I' as compared with SI per n'nt For Slander
"* ,, seeking Bradford County offices
(Vote.(or QM) .c polled three weeks ago. \
----.- i in Tuesday's second primary 1'11'1'i i

M. 0. HAKREU tion No state or national offices I Vigorous campaigns waged by
_.... -- -, "! ? Ihe six candidates for two .ii,- In an outgrow of the heated
; KljOTD WIGGIV3 _' 3 ? ii; i were marked. I missioner and one si'hool boaidpost I "onnty: political campaign just <'oni ..
--'- Killed instantly were the car's luded. Hollis V
Knight. countyttorney.
combined with several side I
driver, Henry Williams, 52, and a! entered a suit for $100
'. issues such as a slander suit anda I
: IKHRI) OK J>('BUC JVSTRUTIOV.COUNTY : a passenger George Henry (Deacon Norman HarrHI 000 damages again' Marion
fatal automobile accident, Floyd
i Little. 61. Both men operatbi Wiggins; candidate
ned county
to voter
*\ perk up interest -
I ed eating establishments East .
I. commission in the
I i in the last few courthouse last
.. .. (\"Ie fur On*) Brownlee St. in Reno.Pohce I! paign. days of the cam- Quick CountIn Friday

::_DROWN I I ItLL1'rOW officials and curiosity I Hard-campaigning Harold K I The suit charges that Wiggins.
J.W. '" seekers found the ballots, some I Precinct Two
1).. I Norman, successful young Bradford as a result of alleged remark
C ( | shredded to bits, scattered up and I "intended to damage the
A L" 4 farmer and former FFA goodame
44 down the
I roadside thl'wre..k
1RF.ST1G / near : leader l bested his running mate, I'sing the new. system o,f.'n credit and reputation of the
Marked sample ballots "
I.V TilE I'NDERBIU'SII beside State Highway 100 is the wrecked sedan inhidl Henry .: : veteran commissioner J. C. (Carl "divide and count.: poll worker s plaintiff (Knight)

U'UIUuns (right) Rt>IW Negro, lost his life early election morning. William., ajid companion George /fUtile the are Negro frequently used especially in by Prevail by a margin of almost i in the populous North Staike precinct :_ Specifically the plaintiff states;

also killed in accident, had sample ballots, marked like ont at left all \p. in tlwir car at time of 4 f, and population politicking two to one for the District One had completed their cOlin t : "That on the 17th day of May

accident. f Fl booth as an aid in the voting (Lawtey) commission seat. Thi[ of 1,309 ballots by &::5.) p.m. oni .(' in Starke, the defendant. Marion

I, count was Norman 2.077; Prevail i t i' hour and 55 minutes after th .Floyd %Wiggins falsely and malic iously

All Marked Alike 1,101. polls closed at 7 p.m. The Soul!., spoke and published of anti

All the ballots known to be i Starke precinct yyheie concerning the plaintiff the following -
the '
Norman led Prevail nev\
found at the scene of the accident in every system was i words:
also used
COUNH were marked in favor of precinct except Lawley. whet' few minutes later. finished >a1 'He is
Prevatt still held I robbing; the County lie
BRADFORD. TELEGRAPH Harold K Norman for Dislrid 1 1 an edge but
Both draws a $2.000
not as great as his first primary of the tIg Starke precinctyveie :S a.month attorneysees
county commissioner. His opponent f from the ,
counl Ihere. In the first finished several hours befor B County He should
in the hotly contested lace be fired'."
Hampton, .
primary, Lawtf')' gave Prevail Layytey, and Brook
was Carl Prevail incumbent. '
which are much i Soon after filing the SUit. knight
403 to Norman's 113 anJCarter's smaller, it tit
Official County Publication Established In 1879 The marked ballots also favored 130. In the second i where election clerks used the old issued the following statement:

M. 0 Harrell. incumbent com 'round, however, Norman go: traditional system of call-tally. j "Since I receive only $25 a
missioner from District 5, who' month from the
to 246 at ; Charles Hardy election County, I think
VOLUME SEVENTY-SEVEN' STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JINE I, 195C nllalt FORTY-EIGHT: was opposed by Floyd Wiggins. i I lost a few Lawtey to score, while 371. Prevail er in North Staike, estimate manag:5- the bird who goes around saying

I Market! for the District 2! New River Tiny I that if his staff had I get: $2,000 a month should be allowed -
Ia was the most used lh
strongly;I (f
I :i ... : School Board seat was W. C. i "divide and to pay the difference."
.. ; pro-Norman
.. precinct in the
Commencement -. I- ; .. i (Billy t Powell. running in I giving the first ? Wiggins, New River
Prescott Freed I :; : :: = :: I opj : I young candidate 57 to primary, they would ha' farmer.
8 " only for
i :; Z E ::' t' :: 7.II
position incumbent J. E. when contacted the
I f. I :i completed the following day.
.. Prevatt
::: 7. ; :: ;; ICl : job ty 11 p.m. elec"

II .. I. t. ;i:: -_s ...:...... ""- :.. ....... I, Brown. In another hotly contested tion night, instead of 3 p.m. I lh? said:
On Shine Set For TonightCommencement I I I Unconfirmed reports are that commissioner next day. as it was "Upon advice of my counsel 1have
ChargeHerbert I
1 I
J J l I. J .t! 1 g '! an earlier distribution of sample race. M. O. Harrell, in- j It was decided to wait on this until
nl board Hardy who
jcnmb member from District read up or after "
i the election
ballots had been made among the the law is over.
('0. (,() :' marked differently : 5. won a fifth term by de and found that either o:fj: Charles Darby, clerk
Prescott of Staike was exercises for I.-i..t" 1 Negro population i two systems of the cirs -
: Of
feating his
found not guilty in Circuit Court 91 me. 'beib Oi the 15.16 graduating -I Norman 246 931 495 :::2 110 66 5i HO 2017 from these and allegedly 1,82to opponent 1215. Floyd Wiggins 1 could hI' used. counting The old. the vote, CUlt court, raid that if the suit

here last week of possession ofmore class Biadfoid High School Prevatt 371 3H 223 20 61 22 8 -19 1101 I distributed by the same men, but high Harrell was al system provides tradition- comes to trial. it will probably ben
moonshine will he held! j none of this set was found at the man in every precinct except for calling oui t i the coming fall term
than a gallon of i tonight i Friday i at ( 0. Con.-HM. 5Harrell Lawtev i the names in each

whiskey, and returned to the 8 o'clock in the BUS stadium 219 796 426 34 113 53 20 163 182-& J scene. precinct of New and River.Wiggins'/ home tall'ingthem on a race big and sheet thei i Damage suits arising front
to continue Addi:>ses will be made by the The wreck occurred on Highway o charges made in political cam-
jail I' -
Bradford County
Wiggins 278 4H 290 17 60 37 51 3S 1215sCUOOL It paper. It is slow and tediousi
class valedictorian. Ina Stern and 'I was statements allegedly i paigns here are rare. Informed
sentence 100
serving a six months' BD.-Ui..t. 2 just south of Alligator i I The faster system
made by provides fo
Wiggins :r
in salutatorian. Kathy Harrell. The Creek bridge. The automobile during this campaign persons stated they couid not remember -
previously imposed Brown 252 517 33-1 31 97 31 55 88 1411' that resulted in taking one race at a time, an 1
Judge's Court: for county// invocation will be by Rev. L. D. |: was headed into Starke at a high j I a $100,000 j dividing the ballots a similar action in Bradford -
Powell slander into
25" 753 391 23: 76 46 13 92 1648'I suit filed against him sep tar- County.
Ifaine 1:
less than a gallon.It pastor of th* < rst Baj rate of speed; failed to navigate by ae piles for each
iESllFNT1.tL : County ( candid
Attorney H.
required the six-man jury tist Chuivh. and musical r.umbeis |I the curve to the right and plunged V. Knig]Fit. 1! checked. The stacks
Puest will be presented by the Stevenson 135 459 283 24 60 26 26 6S 1081 off the left side of On the eve of election, Harrell are thei Rare
(Ben Suslow Hubert E. High the high counted, and the ballots J Hog Disease
Calvin J. Crews. School Glee Club and Band.C. Kefauver 165 411 2-3 IS i6 :::9 19 32 1009XATL distributed handbills stating that resorte<
Russell Thomas. way. for the next
C\I' I.\X he had no fore-knoyvledge of the race. Hardy saviI ; Known As 'Bull Nose'
Robert C Baiksdale and C. H Partin. principal of BHS Little A Deacon I I this system is ,

Naswotthyi, only minutes to return will present special awards, and : Abt 20 25 10 2 4 2 2 3 68 I Families of the two men said I suit matter and between that it was strictly a well as being faster.more accurate a:; :Strikes Herd Herei

a unanimous verdict for Supt H. P. Morgan will hand out Barker 36 89 58 5 9 6 2 5 210 they did not know where they Mr. Mr. Knight and

acquittal. I I the coveted diplomas to membersof 1 Cannova 34 102 810 5 10 3 3 13 251 : had been: Little's family speculated j I Wiggins.The i Well-known hog-raiser Eldon

Agents of the State Beverage I the graduating class. Carter 134 312 21. 15 53 27 Ii 63 898 that he had been to a "church Dist. 2 School Board race Sapp of the Heilbronn section

Department testified at the trial'I The baccalaureate sermon was, McDonald 18 46 26 0 3 2 0 S 103 ,I meeting." since he was a deaconin though less spectacular than the 13 Republicans I faces a serious loss as a result

that they searched Prescott's I i I preache last Sunday night in the XAT'''' (I'\\"ml.\X I the New Bethel Baptist Church two commissioner campaigns, drew Rally For IkeI'lfft'en I of an uncommon disease which

place of business and home inj I I IAPI,1 First Methodist Church by the Adair 70 147 68 8 15 6 5 11 336 I Investigating officers said the its share of interest. The challenger i got into his herd from some
six half pastor. Rev. R. D. Sommer. 1 W. C (Billy) Powell campaigned feeder
and found ; accident happened at 1:25 pigs bought at a
I Alford 103 293 175 6 38 25 8 31 6 5 am of Bradford Count)'" I public
pints of shine on the back porch. throughout the county Tuesday and estimated that the vigorously and won over .17 auction market.
Lovelace 40 112 85 6 18 3 9 Ii Republicans made
290 incumbent
; ,
The bottles were sandy, the agents; will return to their school today Mercury was traveling at from J. E. Brown by a vote it to the polls Tuesday. Thirteen The disease has been identitierl
(Friday) for their final 'II of 1.411 to 1648. -
concluded Necrotic
they r as
report -
testified so they Rhinitis known
I Ib@ 90 to 100 miles per hour. of them voted for a slate commonly
haj been buried and there might I cards. I Rudolph Sapp j The car sailed over a culvert. I The delegate slate pledged to of delegates pledged to Eke I- as "bull nose"ot the

more where these came from. ;i I I Summer Program '|travelling some 100 feet before Adlai Stevenson won over the hoer as the Republican nominee "sniffles". Symptoms of the disease -

The agents said they found :80 Beginners To Head FFA :i capping a telephone pole and Kefauver slate by a narrow margin I for .>rl'dl'nt.. Tootet! are a loss of appetite repealed -

a well-defined path from Pres- | here, as it did slalewide for .. sneezing, and a peculiar
breaking it nine feet above delegates pledged to Senator -
Register At School Starts '
cott's back door and followed it Monday i ground. Williams was thrown out The Bradford vote was Slevenson' Knolanl.. blowing sound. It is character-
cache of I 1,081: Kefauver 1009. Stat te- ized by and
until they came upon a I I I of the car and landed near the The swelling enlargementof
Eighty beginners for the Ia\ytey prf''inctith
nt'xtI t II wide a
shine buried in produce hampers I I I pole. the total was Stevenson the tissues of the nose and
j total of .
school term lob
and covered o'erith dirt and were registered Wednesday I The Bradford County Summer j The car rolled end 215,945; Kefauver 206,669. polled the heayiest face, including the bony struclures. -
j at the Starke i over end for Republican vote in the county.
moss. I Ii School. P. Elementary I I'I Program for school children will 70 more feet before coming to The name of Jerry Carter, t Three Rl'publicans'otl'll which results in more or
T. Xolin in
said II
The 1955 Legislature amended' thus was less than half ; begin operations at 8:30 a.m. rest in the roadside brush. Little veteran Florida Railroad Commissioner North Stark four in Sou thStarke : less deformity

the Florida liquor laws so thatpossession I of the Monday, June 4. All students was also thrown clear of the still rings the bell \\ith. Hogs affected with the disease<
number expected to be car. and two in Theressa.All :
of moie than one gallon at the of registered I who plan to take part in any Both men were dead of head Bradford Countians and they gave' other Bradford observed at the Sapp farm have
opening school j precincts
next fall '
of shine is now a felony 'I He said a second I, phase of the program are expected and internal injuries before ambulances |I him 898 votes for the post of, drew a blank as far as Republican i large under-surface growths on
punishable by a fine of $5,000 or registration day'I to fill out a registration !!! arrived. The car, owned National Democratic Committeeman their faces, and some have their
would be scheduled in August andI totes were concerned. :
imprisonment in the state prisonfor I announced later. I '- p I I' sheet. These may be obtained i by Williams, was a total wreck. -- more than the combined i noses turned up or twisted to the
five yea rs. Possession of less I from teachers or at the USO. .! Ballots At Scene totals for the four other lesser- [1: side. They were far less thrifty

than a gallon is still a misdemeanor -. have Mr. physical Noun urged all parents to II II I Children who will eat in the Ambulance attendants did not knowns in this race. Carter also Visiting HoursAt than other hogs of the same age

; punishable by fine of I complete examinations and I lunchroom are requested to bring, :': remember seeing the marked bal- defeated'incumbent Richard Barker "One thing we noticed," Sapp
immunizations .
$500 or six months in the county|: children for their their money to the USO each j lots but police officers picked up on a statewide basis, 123.233 New HospitalMembers said, "is that the hogs that had

months. during the summer ,I Monday morning for the week ,, several at the scene while investigating to 61279. j the trouble lapped water up likea

jaa.Prescott's attorney. Sigsbee I Lunches have tentatively been set j r the wreck. None was For the post of National Co rn- : of the Ladies Auxiliary dog. You could hear one of

Scruggs conceded that the small j I, for SI.50 per week. The basic found in the car itself when haul- mitteewoman Bradforites : of Bradford County Hospital them drinking from quite a dis-

amount of shine found on the Corn Growers .; price may be lowered as the pro- ;j ed into Hardy Brothers garage. the incumbent Mrs. Louise favored Al- J II j have assumed supervision of visitors :: lance away."

porch was Prescott's. but said gram progresses depending Gilbert during visiting hours which lie told how it started Uxtyear.
on S. Brown ford,
Temple Avenue with
the larger cache was on the Urged To Harvest New FFA President Rudolph L participation. As a safety factor, :' gasoline station operator than the combined a vote of 6S5, more I ate 3 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 8:30: p m. .
Sapp. who was elected totals of I he!" Public
with the it cooperation in regard to "I 13
other side of Prescott's propertyline. is planned for the students togo found two dozen of the ballots at two opponents bought feeders at .1
following slate of officers at to and Statewide Mrs visiting hours will be greatly Ga nesvlle narkel. when Iiinlnadp'i
lie maintained that the a from the the appreciated and
Before Elementary wreck scene after dawn.
June 7th A Alford also won the which
path did not lead just from meeting last week: Cafetorium in a body. Telegraph post as they are '.et for the them at home I saw
Rudolph reporter visiting the I she has held since 1945 best
Hutchinson interestof
Prescott's door to the hidden vice president Coach Lennard Register requests -. site 12 hours after the accident the patients iConl.nued On Page HP I

liquor and then stop but continued Sweet corn growers in the Leon; Robert Cooper, secretary;;; I that all boys in the age found one undamaged ballot and I Ist'"eral

on to a pile some dis- a Heilbronn popular area corn were advised by Stephens Decardo, sentinel.treasurei.; Freddie ( bracket of 11 through 15 years :': shredded to bits i I First New Bern Unit Goes Into Action
buyer to interested
t:mce away. Therefore the path try j in forming Junior Both of the dead men had
was circumstantial evidence that get their crop harvested before. Rudolph, son of Mr. and Mrs > League teams, meet at the BHS 'operated businesses in Reno for

should not b. accepted as con- June 7 Eldon Sapp of Heilbronn. i is, 15 i ball diamond Monday afternoonat 16 years. Williams came from

"<"''.uMve hy the jury. Scruggs said. lIe toM the growers that one and a member of the 10th grade at : 2:30.: Games are being arranged Lakeland Ga., and Little from

The beverage agents testified legion down tate is about fin Bradford High School. He has |' with recreation departments Belle Glade. Williams also listeo

that: Prescott admitted the buried ishing up, and that this area will]1 been in FFA work for three years : of other cities in the area. i his occupation as ".tmmu tn'

1.quor was his. as well as that be in a good position to sell and before that in 4-H for fi\'e': Swimming director J. C. Hobbs i I driver." <

found on the porch.. But Scruggs until the Zellwooj section comesin years. i' wants aU swimming students to 'iIIiams'pistol, fount! in the '

s.iul they claimed this because of with its big crop around June bring a suit and towel. They may glove compartment of tht. ,< .:
'heir eagerness to obtain a con- Cub Scout Pack change clothing at Camp Bland- was returned to his w idou u411eI'fr _. \
u.'tion Buyers Tommy Morris. Bob ing or wear their suits from _

On the witness stand. Prescott' Turner and a Mr. Duncan were To Enjoy OutingCub home. Busses will leave for :

denied he had ever admitted own- in this section last week looking Blanding between 8:30: and 8'45 Rotarians Hear *

e- of the over the sweet corn and other am. on making [
hip buried shine. ;, Scou: P..ik 70( \\ 'I! nave a connections with Educator Speak
Scruggs said it was not reason- crops i onibmed pack meeting swim busses; from other county schools.

ahll' t,> believe that Prescott One prominent sweet corn grower and covered dish at Mr Hobbs hopes to make swimming Wm L Hooper, flip naflull
supper Strickland's I.
would have made such a statement said that the crop is a disappointment l Landing I leaving the assignments beginning Monday and vocational E'tiu.-(1 itsenices > fr1! fff c

when he knew it would this year.. Methodist Church morning. ', This yisk will require -
"It at 4 p.m. ,, in Duval County was
probdbl mean a prison sentence is spotty he said "due to Tuesday. June 5. Admission abouj Qne week>to complete. ----w
I 1 is
speaker at the Wednesday
for him : poor growing conditions. Some :25; cents each. Families of Cub Swimmers are expected to return

For some time Prescott has growers with poor stands haven'tfelt Scouts are invited. i about 11:30: a m. to the USO Cen- noon meeting of the Rotai\ Club ---- __r_........-w--..,-ww.....
been justified in trying to keep i ter. Additional volunteers He described
under probation by the Federal are the aim of his department -
W. 1-:. Lawson In a brief informal -eremony Trustee
the : will again Titus Olson ana Bono If the .
eir-worm: out. supply for -if T.
court at Jacksonville with r.eeped swimming instruction.
: bottled drinks as to turn out socially in the new power plant addition Trustee R F Demure-i .
I Ipre'IOUs First should without charge. j i i eak nct ,
the warning that sentence for a1 corn arrive at the Students not participating ini i ;i rt,1r 1 6f(1KWH
and awards for adjusted workers capable of effective a1 p.m. Monday Mayor W T
Jfcub Scoutachiewemens Plant .
markets Superintended Wasdin tt'itn .
the end
near of this the swimming
liquor violation would be I I program will be Jackson threw the switch .tjuipmen''he
invoked if he became involved ,! week. i i will be given. I j I provided with a series of activities production in modern busi- action the placinginto heaved a sigh of relief ai; the city, had been iuppr> ing ibou'
i first of five 1.000
again. t I Other crops fared about as I II| at the USO both in the morning ', ness and industry. KW generators purchased by the I" switch was thrown and the huge!] 1.100 KW, and Clay El.-ctnc the

poorly! as sweet corn. There are SINGING CONTENTION I I t and afternoon. These activities The speaker was introduced by I I other 500.
II j city from New Bt'rn0. C. generator started running. He
Rabies Inoculation J few patches of pepper cukes and 1 I I will be under the direction of Miss F. B. Beard, who had charge of i Two of the generaors: pir!
Gathered to had been sweating it out in
| other vegetables The Bradford-Union I watch the Mayorthrow recent -j
j singing : Florence Jennings, Mrs. Cleo Andrews the program.T I chased from New Bern will
I be
Veterinarian R. s. Mullins will I the switch were (tin picture months with the
The only bright spot in the I convention will met Sunday at M. C. Thompson and C. [ city's only
be at the Lawtey City Hall on i, picture this week is that thetimely II I Evergreen"Baptist Church toj; L. Overturf. i, H. Slade, club president, announced above left to right) R. S. W3.din"plant big (720 KW) generator badly i in reserve, ready for future ex

Saturday June 2. to inoculate. I} rains last week brought assist in the homecoming cele- Tom Casey requests that alii that the Ladies Night superintendent; Carl Johns, overloaded and a breakdown im- :i; pansion of the city's utility needs

dogs against rabies. i I' needed moisture and that the field bration. There will be a sermon. high school students (grades 7J,i previously planned for June 8, city clerk; Councilman Ewell mment due to needed overhauling Wasdm said that as soon i*

. He will be there between the I corn looks good. dinner. and singu er in the after- through 121 meet with him: at.* had been postponed because of a Lawson, Mayor Jackson, Councilman For some time now it has been''i two of the New Bern units dir

hours of 9-11 a m.. and the charge' \Ve have James A. LeWIS Bond necessary for the city to purchase ready to
a good crop of fieJ.lnrn noon. Everyone interested ia 7:30: pm Monday June -t, in the conflict with the Junior Woman's operate, the utv w.l!lt
.: fr.a4h dg'Ill be $1.50. eommg on" one grower said urged ti> attend. Continued On 'I' Trustee George Flynn: (kneeling power from Clay Electric Cooperative begin a badly needed ovet.iaui,
, Page Eight Club
i Variety Show
I Councilman I E Clark, Bond to pull about one-third job on its old 720 KW um


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I bas been filed agatnst you to the Dated this 22 day of May, 1936. 'AGE TAVO
I above named Court and cause and (Official seal) Charles A. Darby, IiiI\V. Jl'NE 1, 1910
Farmer's you: are required to serve copy of Clerk of the Circuit Court. t
Diary pour answer or pleading to the fly Marian L. Crvsl, Deputy Clerk the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or :t.. Norfolk; Virginia. !
complaint on the Plaintlfi'eAttorn.r 5/25 4t 6. liNOIH before the :25 day of June, 1956: You are hereby notified tin' i 1
I.ouS: T. Ransom, Sl;
otlerni-r the suit for divorce
By Sam McGarvey 1'rofesM.in.U Butldilg, Jacksonville .'I: 'In .t i'i'i:tit Complaint x ,il be taken. as confessed said- has been filed against >..a '! ':5".. r,
:::. Florida, In t In'ail < '. by above named at.-f .
Now For A Real Fight! <.ure. llralfvrd ( .unr, -u. Court i..ti-e i' I
and I fi<* the original In the office of Florida: In haneer?. This notice shall he published once and y..ti nr '< .'. d to svpy ,.
uondeiful KKA FHA and 4-H 'the uierk or tae Circuit Court on Plan.: 11\f Kadiex. Plaintiff. ts. f.'i. h u. d k f.r four consecutive >' ,..f > "ur ...11''J: ptd J :::0.- .
I sr before the U-sl.y) ludley. )) .,. Weekm the ompltr.t on the 1' I
d"d. the
Bradford Ltic; :
('Iub01 k this and allover County Tele-
in county 11 d.iy of June, Ij6; .
the loud
Now that the primaries are OUT. and Case No 10-UfiJ: graph.Hat..d. \1' ''nO',1; l:. Her .
the country otherwise the alit Fdttoos of raicomt Niiliee ToI.p."r this 22 day of May, 19;;6.II Smith IIdr! J.,, k-.mi:,- I'. ,
be well for the citizen
settled it
elections may ? >lalnt! will re taken as confess- t
To. and tile the .. .
Nowadays we all hear a great : \Sfvy! Kadley. whose re M- (" ffi-ial Seal) Charles A Darby the i- rail 111 it
of Bradford County, as well as all other small !d by you .1.nt.'I* 1-jtr.iniu.s New Jersey ailll Clerk of the Circuit Court. the Clerk ..' Mi. c. uit (V',. t : i.
deal about what's wrong with luts uutlce chill r>e publishedMice wii.-se addrr-v is Tl'rhunt"nu.,.. I'v Maian L. Crt--l\ Ii..puty ClerkS23It61 before thej .1 I." of Ji.::. i:' I
counties, to gird for the battle coming up inOembl'r eich week fur tour conaecutir.weeks 1..lr.u" ', ..
our young! people but to all the in the Bridford County Telegraph. =\e\\-Jersey :; otherwise the a. 't itionc.miplaiiu I
on the G7-senator amendment to tht- the V.MI are hereby notified that a will be taken ac "'/t- 1
alarmists who say present ed by .ou.Thilo .
sun for divorce )
Dated this 9 d.i>' of May 19U6.:; N" IK iio \IIMvu:
Constitution. .
Florida generation, is no good, we'dsuggest (lOb KICIAL. 1'-\1./> Cnarica A. uaroj ab.te has been filed against you in the In ( ireuil ('....r.. llrailford <.ou.tr, each week notice shall be pub! sh-j ; a. I
for -.
This amendment solution and Clerk of the Circuit CxirlDy namrd Court and cause ai.dml Florida In I h.inrrr four conu t 1
provides a permanent they go out meet : > weeks ,'.
in the .
Bradford '
you Cou- ,
are lt
Marian L. Clerk required to .C -
Crosby. Deputy
serve a S.t,1 1 F. oat i. IMa.nt.-f 1 : v- HevF. .
to the recurring problem of reapportionment some of these young people, and 5/11 It 6./IO'fl'f' j''l>>' ?( your answer or I.titng: to I'a\i- I.ef. naant. graph. 1
\\\' :'in': bv an1 :" Mi.the the ( Dated ths: 17 day of ".
!< ; ompiamt on the l' May : ;: jt .
by giving every county in the State a senator see what they are accomplishing.;; \M..rm U I' l.tjntiff C.i-o \ : I j. "t'tq.tl'e.d. ) CharleA T'ari.vCkrk
onl\ citH'u! lalol\\llI |I'. O LVx Nmice I 1'0 tppear
number of based 104. tai'" ,tI!!.,. 1-1" .. ..r the t'.rcuit Cr
and a representatives on In (Irrnlt Cunrt. llradford County a "f. T. 1I'lIr F .
!; benitIt. seems thrje is a Tully Norman while talking to Florida In Chancery. '''' population. pretty rood:: clop 01 smaller betties George Jolianeven. Plaintiff vtt <=. I 5 :. 4; 5; : -
this week, said he has only
It was an outgrowth of the deadlock last summer 'rtruJe Johan,- en, Defendant.
on plants in many
this cash Case No. 10-134:; ,
sweet corn year as a
when Gov. Collins held the legislaturein
LeRoy cases the weeds have taken over. that it is Notice. To Appear
a costly special session which in the end solved During this week we had fair crop, and pretty spotty.We ToGertrude: Jnhanesen. who always enjoy talking to and address is: 218 FirtAvenue get
nothing. pickings every day, and it looks him, for he was one of the first ,. Fort Jefferson, Long Island ./' You

The surface struggle was to re-apportion the like they may keep on for a farmers we met here. You, Nt are w York.hereby notified that a ,, // in .

State as provided for by the construction. but while. S '* e buit for divorce trade town
S e s Las been filed against In the best
you .
the under-cover battle on the part of the large Those rains we had last week al.<.\'.- ntml Court and ,':.11'e and Ion
counties was to gain control of the Senate. And Met Luther Hilliard on his way sure were a lifesaver because with )oU are resulted to serve a copy of "the best tire
Market this your answer or pleading to the complaint -
through that control in the present distribution of to the Jacksonville the sun as hot as it is these days, on the Plaintiffs Attorney

race-track pari-mutual taxes a revenue source week. He had 20 crates of it sure burns up moistute. And William 1>. Morgan, 507 Cia I h world"
LUiiMniK, Jacksonville :2, Fla. the
fruit, and said he had not pickedover
another it to keep ,
that i is vital to the small counties, and will continue thing helps and file me uiiguidi: in the oitu-e of i
to be. all his field by any means. down the danger of woods fires, the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or t t
He expected to get;: about $9 a before the
It is useless to argue that the agreement was which until then was growing 2i; day of June, 1956; ;
crate. almost day by day. otherwise the allegations of sa:,1
made years ago that the money was to be divided v a e C e e Complaint will be taken as confessed -

equally( in return for letting the large race track Ernest Uaulerson is another oy you. (
Rent over to see Eldon Sapp This notice shall be pubIKh.donce
counties have the tracks there, permit wagering grower who is still picking berries. and sure wa. sorry to find out each week for four consecutive

and the benefit from the enormous amount of Dy the way, he said his son that he had an outbreak of disease graph.weeks in the LYailforJ County Tele

business: that the tracks brought in. Maiklee is now a preacher over in his hos.'hile) we might Dated this 17 day of May 1S.1i.

That agreementvas made and lived up to for at Branford and is on the radio be favoring him a bit by saying (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL or the Charles Circuit A. Court Darby

some time but now apparently the large coun- five days a weekS he's always had the finest hogsin By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
i/23; 4t C !
ties want to hack-track on it. the County, we d i know that __

Bradford (County this year will receive, whenall The folks out at Brooker have his would always be light up In Circuit I'uurt.. Ilradfwnl Count}. .
Florida; In t haneery.M.trjoric .
the racetrack funds are in. about $161.000. If done a fine job of beautifyingtheir there with the best. Eldon says William'Saunders. Plaintiff Y. K
town and their yards. It is MAllen Saunders, Jr.. Defendant. -
the funds were distributed on a basis of popula- his field corn is coming along fine
almost worth a trip over there Case No. 10-15! :
tion this county would receive only a small frac- Order Of Publication Notice 'JoAppear
now just to see all the flower Heard this week about a farmer : Mate of Florida To:
tion of that amount possibly $10,000.
gardens and ornamentals growingall Allen !Saunders. Jr. whose residence GOOOfiEAR
Think for a moment what would happen to our who was present when a neighbor and address iv j : Moyock. N. ''.
over was about to knock a coupleof Your are required to appear' on
county finances if that should ever occur S e a runt pigs in the head. Whenhe June ;23; I'.lfi: ; in the ahi\e named\
What would happen to our County Schools? Court and mustuherem plaintiff
The only that farmers
crop protested the neighbor gave seeks divorce and restoration ofmaiden
would Commission be able 3-T Nylon Cord Tubeless
What County
this County are traggingabout the Hints weighing about five name. Bradford Count'
do with cut of $50,000 in its income? Telegraph' shall pulili-n this Order
to The
a over now is their field corn. cropis ibs. each to him. The farmer in next four weekly il' ue".
And what of the new hospital which also growing fast nad it won't be took them home and put them on Witness my hand and official

shares in the funds, and needs help in getting too long;: before those good roast- full feed (pig pellets i I. with plentyof seal 1956.:; at Starke, Flwrjda, this May I", DOUBLE EAGLE

established? ing eats will be on the market. water, shade and minerals, (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby,

When Gov. LeRoy (Collins won the primary Some farmers may make more well, to make a long story short, I')' Marian U A.S Crosby Clerk, of Deputy said Court.Clerk

election recently it became a certainty that the from roasting ears this year than five months later the farmer car- Martin; .1. F,'arl. 20C Smith tlmlding.JackMiitxillf. No other tire compares with the Double E.t,le for a

for their economic they will from their sweet corn. ried the runts off Florida. all around satisfaction. r
small counties face a battle to market. They Any, for 1'lf. !i/::!;.; 4t :13oTin ;; Gootlrear'exdush't' Triple-

I lives For he led the fight last year for the large S e a were both Xo. 1's and he got a Tempered 3-T Nylon Cord and Grip-Seal construction
:\ : TO \PP \R
Had the pleasure this week of check for ISO.85: .
obvious that he hasn't changedhis
counties. and it is In (Ircnlt oiirt.. llradfurd t "ininlj provide an extra margin of blowout and plll1l'ture ,
S e e ,
Florida In .
mind. meeting a typical FFA young man : Chancery.Louise r
fi.ilone. 1'lollnUrr.1'. Antonio protection. You get superior traction and mileage
counties outvote the him for fear The conversation as usual these .
Ordinarily, large can (we won't identify Ci.ilone, Defendant.
vote basis. However talking days was on politics. The name ofa Case No. 10-1362:; : with the deeper tougher Resist-a-Skid tread plus
small counties on a popular of embarrasment> and, after :\.>I Ice lo tppear
there is a chance. only a fighting chance. that if to this young fellow for a prominent citizen came up."What's ". Tn: Antonio "lo9lon" whose residence i- unequalled beauty and comfort. Come in and trade
he running for now? and addre-s j i-IS-3':! 29th St .
the small counties vote for their lives, they may your old tires no\v1! .
while, we came away with aneven was asked. A neighbor replied: Long Island City, X. Y 1 "
win and the G7- enator amendment in spiteof You are hereby notified that a
pass admiration for the "The line: f
greater county suit for divorcehas MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR
administration opposition. been filed against you in the
As it looks now that is the situation. Every In Circuit Court Bradford ('oUDI,. plaint on the PUInMff"! Attorney above named Court and cause and TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND IJIJ
Florida: In (hinrrry. Green & Green. Iarkl'. Florida and you are required tn serve a
person in Bradford County must realize it and do Ira E Thomason. Plaintiff, vs. and file the original In the office of copy of your answer or pleading! to 'mM'/mmy////// '' "
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his best to see that the amendment passes in No Bernice J. Thomason Defendant.Case the Clerk of the CircUit Court on the complaint on the Plaintiffs / / / -i
or before the 11 day of June Attorney II. f faiiiwin. I': u. lout:
vember. No. 1015HOrd.r 1956; otherwise the allegation of I lit. Gainesville Florida Service Station
Notice To paid Complaint will be taken ai and file the original in the office of
Of PullIratluDnd GOODMAN'S
ot Florida Tot confessed by you the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or jJ'i ,
Appear; Mate whose This notloo chill ha publishedonre before the 23; day of June, 1956:
Bernice J. Thomason each week for five consecutive otherwise the allegations of said
SEEDER I) mu'irtH :
Vote Of ConfidenceFrom residence and address is: Un- weeks in the Bradford County Complaint will be taken as confesstd -
known. Tele ranh. b)' you. 0 U. S. 301 at South City Limits:
Dated thid. y of May 1958. This notice shall be published once I
a neighboring newspaper The Union You arc hereby notlflcrt/ mat R (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby path week for four consecutive Starke, Fla.
suit fur divorce, ru-tndy, controland Clerk of the Circuit Potirt weeks in the Bradford County Tele .. -.. -.. ----- -
County Times comes praise for Starke's outstanding support of minor child has I..nril..d By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk graph. =---=--::=----:---_--0---- -::- --- -:. ----: =--:. --- .-
Jr. and the against you the above nam..JCourt 5/11 4t 61NOTIl'R -
young citizen, Arch Thomas ---- -- -- - --- -- -- -- ---- -
and cause and you are ieauired -
excellent program he carried out during his year, to serve a copy of your answer Tt. APE I.*R .. "t
Commander of the or pleading to the complaint In rlri-ult r..nrt. Bradford C'oorcr.Florida .
just concluded, as Department on the Plaintiffs Attorney l !. Cheers.
American Legion. Editor Freedman had this to II. r Baldwin I1. O. Pox 101.Cainesvillf. Robert Francis Strickland. Plaintiff
Kl..rnla \"-. ,:.Geraldine: Strickland., De-
say concerning Thomas and his accomplishmentsduring and file the ongiral In the office of fendant.
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Case Xo. 1015S.Notlre Bonus
the past : -a
year of
before theIS : To A ft f ran Enjoy Big
"I was happy to see my friend, Arch Thomasof day of June. 14Ji! :: laIdComulalr.t T..: n'ralthn"f:1rio' Strickland,
otherwise the allegations of ( is
of confidencefrom who : e-iderow and address :
Starke win a resounding vote will be taken at confessed 16'; :* Kt-t: :DJnd; Sfeet, Oakland
the convention of the Florida Department !>v you. Califoimv:
shall be published
of the American Legion at Daytona Beach lastweek once This each notice week, for four consecutive ,u'You' forDivorce are hereby notified that a T -

Arch has just finished serving a year as weeks. In the Bradford County Telegraph :THRIFT loith THRILLS

state commander and has done a wonderful job. (OKKiriAL noted this SKAI.il II day Charles of May.A.tCfi Uarby! : your !

"lie succeeded Joe Jenkins of Gainesville as Clerk of th- Circuit Court. FILL DIRTGOOD

commander and his work was cut out for him Rr Marian L. Crosby Deputy 5'1S! 4t Clerk 6 '8NOTICE.

when he took office. He had to do something- RICH
in prestige suffered by : 10 APPK4Rla .
about the terrible damage Circuit Court Ilradford County,
the Legion under Jenkins' stewardship. Mary Vluridat Kllen In C'haacery.Fox.: Plaintiff. Mil TOP SOILSee Take to the road in this one and you're spoiled This is modern power! More than that, it's

"Jenkins: who is from Gainesville has often ton !-'. Fox. Defendant. anything else!Just slip into this sleek beauty the most efficient power plant you can buy!

inferred, much like Senator McCarthy, that those otl... To AppearTo Case No. 10-ISOO and sample the thrills behind the most modern Proof?-the Mobilgas Economy Run, where a
who don't agree with him are just not as patriotic : Milton "'. Fnx. whose residence -
commander for and addreIt i 503: 31thStreet high-compression, high-torque engine in the Strato-Streak Pontiac delivered more miles per
as he is. lie used his term as Newport New, Virginia.You BILL JACKSONJackson
the purpose of conducting a witch hunt in Florida, are hereby notified that a industry. It's the mighty Strato-Streak V-8 gallon than any other "eight" in any class!
suit for Divorce Company
and it was Jenkins who got the Legion mixed up haa been filed against you In the -and Pontiac is the only car that has it! And that's only a start, for Pontiac engineers

with Ellis Rubin, the Miami attorney, who at above you are named required Court to nerve and cause a copy and of Phone 165RCAVICTOTV > In the twinkling of a traffic light you take tailored the new Strato-Flight Hydra-Matic .

urging, was named assistant attorney answer or pleading to the com-
Jenkins' your
general in charge of investigating Communism in off like a silent jet, with response so exciting to utilize every last ounce of that power. The

Florida. you can't help but head for the open road to result is "go" as smooth as cream at any speed!

"The power-happy Rubin found that almost try this spine-tingler at cruising speed. There Come in and take a turn at the newest, '

everyone was a Red or Pink and was finally you discover a toe-tip source of surging power. greatest "go" on wheels. Why not this week? .
when the Legislature, despite pressure
squelched : t.h alr od opl;.,*.
from the Legion through Jenkins, as commander. '
See Pontiac's parade of exclusive new Spring Colors!
refused to set up a huge investigating fund and ---t_

give Rubin a free hand on investigations which ---

could only have hurt the efforts of such trained

('omnw-} untin agencies as the FBI.

"Thomas throughout his term as commander. i,of
}has urged that the Legion emphasize positive; i -- -Lt 'eV ::7.:

ideas of democracy, and show the world that f4 "I:;" >;-": .

American democracy is a product that can sell itself .,t.".,::':.,,.........._.._.
: He has opposed the idea of the Legion continually :

blasting rather than taking positive ac- '-"

tion of a constructive nature.

"The} group of national 'king-makers' has been

so busy promoting this negative program throughthe

Legion magazine that it has succeeded in .

ignoring the Legion's great work in the field of : .
veterans affairs and a positive program of education t-- '/6' .

in Americanism."At r a ar sdryk

the state convention last week Thomas

introduced a resolution which criticized the na- RCA Victor Towne 21. "All-Clear" : -..

tional magazine for the line it has taken Jen- aluminized picture tube with a full 261 / 14

Kins tried to change Thomas' motion and said square inches of viewable picture! New

worded it amounted "Hidden Panel" New Balanced ?
that if the resolution passed as Tuning. ....
to criticism of his (Jenkins') program while Fidelity Sound. Handsome black textured

he was commander. The resolution was passed finish. Matching stand available... extra.'
p\ erwhelminglysithout a change. This amount- Model 2156052.

til to a slap at Jenkins who was Sumter Lowry's $ e00Service

Mate campaign manager in the recent gubernatorial 1

race and a pat on the back for. Thomas.

The Telegraph wishes to add its congratulations. -

also to past Department Commander

Thomas for a difficult task well done His annual -

report showed that he spent the better: partof TV

last year and travelled thousands: of miles /pall

out determined to get the ..
carrying his program CAN YD_ SF -C e" DE''S

Legion at least in Florida, back on the right -

rdThat his efforts were crowned with suc-
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1<' n/.ds.! .it the Hampton vnniloiiitiiinim :.1' 1':1.1: (;tlffr.- heist i :; : -- y. .. .- .''" 'L.'I r'y .' f" '- 4 ""'- "" -"'> _.. I
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.. I I'KM.pnzo-, were won h:; MN
In the pOI tlon of the piogiaupifttntwl \I I .lull! |i" : i.: :, H,i''';'!''.' ,. .. I IVilson's
l o..tIll..1: I. t It-: .i-ati.ie; Haigroves and! :MiMi! i \
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I 'UIUIIU'IU''UU'i1t last neck (It-It :> \ lee GuiNs. After the <1.1.:1: I
lues CloversetUe gave the vale- i Jot,t\i'i and! t.r:i jt.' tut .r. ( .
Per. we.o Mi ..ri.l.MiTonrn l : ;: .. '
stration refreshments wee 's-
.n tonan address; Leonard Moody Menibi ot t!... ,i !hating to right) : Perry Milli\an Jr. 1-lb cans I
fi: th.ldltn: u! Gainesville; BEEF
usher Mrs. Iijnuiu I''rl.ill", Blllntr.d ed Those attendingee: : MBeatrue ; HASH 2
salutatorian clas will; address Roy Morgan; Mary, Jones class!I.Chastain lass ate Shut Delores I y U.unes.CloverseUle.Sue l'rindlall1ll'liL;) ; 1l illiani., t :and :Mr :and, Mrs J, D. Chasen of Gro"E's.Ia..' Mijy.r.! I

iislitT. Ciratluah.dl: \\U- Green Cove Springs. M>tham, Dorothy Kilpoie. Lm-I i
prophecy, and Xell Williams, class, Mary Jones, Nell Williams, Jack Lewis Hodges of Jacksonville Chilson. Deatrice ILugr.v. < Ann Pale Tart '
liaint, hirli-y I5.irns suel'hatain (tT
historv Members of the school I I Hall, Leonard Moody, and Roy visited in Hampton with the 11 Hazel Wilkinson Ida Lee Giit;!t'
L'uy Morgan glaryJunes I
and the graduating class gIrl'I "
rlub under the direction of Mrs. i Io'gan iinard MuiKly. J.u'UHall. B Wiggins family Sunday. Dealer Harris amj Rosalie Nt.tn: SALAD DRESSING I
American Legion Citizenship: Mi.. and Mrs. John Parker re- have
Henderson. music li-l lori Clier>.Htlf. supt.II. Please remind everyone !t.>
supervisor Awards were presented to Delores turned Sunday night from a the"f"hIl.., 1"I I
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several selections, and I Morgan; ('anil)n ferry a chest x-ray at !
Leonard Moody and Mary Jones CloversetUe and Leonard Moody: i' usher; HI"-v. \\ iIliar,1 .1011.-,. week's vacation trip through which will be at the Balii.\in v"-' I Royal Hauaiian Light Meat -
Regular classwork at the school : Mississippi. Missouri up to Illinois .lu-i.- ". I I
"11t'a.t'r! ; John Parka! uslwr. Office BuildingTuesday '
sang a was completed last week, with > through the Smoky :Mountains from 12 noon until 3pm andfrom 7-ozccrn fiC Sultana Short Grain
Mi. Morgan spoke to graduates I students returning today (Friday) j North Carolinas ani Georgia -I p.m. until 7pm. I TUNA FISH I

students and parents before presenting -; for their final report cards. i ('hattallll/l a ({tuartet.It ;i They visited relatives ofMi. We are sorry to learn that ,
the diplomas arm Willard i (1iurli Sunday j Mo for FANCYRICE
I Sixth and seventh grades with ItaptNt 1'arker's in Parma, Frances and Janice Bell!!. iI'lIilh-1
I their teacher Mis. Janie H. rof'\\ A quartet from Tennessee Tam-! several days. tern of Mr and Mrs::; F-mkhn I I White House Sterile Tall Cans

FOR DEPENDABLE visited the Florida State Museum pie Schools. Chattanooga. Tenn Gladys Hicks daugher of Mr: Hell, have been ill for the f
I in Gainesville for a field trip on I will take charge of services at and Mrs W. W. Hicks of Orlando. week. pa'I I EVAP MiLK cans
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Thursday Of last week I II Hampton Baptist Church next and granddaughter of :Mrs. MamieMeade \Ve are glad that Boo's! H.UMS! I I

Termite ControlHousehold I Three focal !Students : Sunday morning in the absenceof : i : ?f Hampton will ,graduate:: was able to return to s'< h',nl !l-, I

To Graduate From BUS : the pastor Marvin Kaile, who!1| June 16 from the University of week after several clit\'s' illness Colored Quarters
S.; CommercialCroe Three students from Hampton ', will be speaking at Trinity Dap- Baltimore. f* -'* M-Spt. Raymond Kilgoi- has I, Lb Pkg
tist Church in Jacksonville. J j :Mr. and Mrs Jessie Lee Peoples 1-lbctn 3 3Sc
complete their high school education returned to the Tyndall An F"i"-e I MAflCAR1NEley's
S Spraying Of the quartet, Ronald Gaynei visited Mississippi lOC
at Bradford County High i, and sons Base at Panama Titv cite! i
Call FK. will teach the men's Bible class, j I
6-6035 i recently. I
School in Starke this week, with weekend visit with hitaniiK
during Sunday School at 10 am. !! Mrs. Wesley Griffin and daughter -
graduation: exercises at the ;
I I here. Our Own
Florida Pest Control stadium Friday evening. June 1.1 I and Bobby Oswald will be guest :: Phyllis Gail, were Thursday I Mr: and Mis Ira (' Bell md I Blend Hearty and Vijjc.)rou A&P Own Finest

& Chemical Co. at 8 p.m. preacher in the morning services. i guests of Mrs. B. B. Eiland on I son Calvin of Ja<'kson\|<* \'hlt-I 48 for only
: James Sims of the University of, 301. TEA BAGS
Local Highway
graduates are Rose Gregory : ed with Mr. Bell's brother ml 43C
24 X W. 16th Ate.Gainesville. i\ daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. J. Florida conducted prayer meeting Mrs. Jessie Chastain and Mrs familv. Mr. and Mis .{ D Quality Fresh
S Gregory Barbara Matchett service at the church Wednesday W. \\'. Hammond spent Thursday B.'II.I
Florida here Sunday.
Pest Control I daughter of :Mr and Mrs. Mar I evening. with :Mrs. John K. Hammond on Mr and Mrs. Fay Pelluni 'if I Iona Cut PRUNEPLUMS
shall Home Christian (liurdi Bil>l- Crystal Lake
Iatrhett.lnd] Billy Jacksonville visited with Mr and 1
son of :Mr and :Mrs J. W Home School Begins .MondayVacation I Mrs. Russell Dyal and :Mrs. Ollie :Mrs F. B. Coleman last:: I BEETS"-" 23C

I Bible School at Hampton Kelsey of the Farm Colony were evening.Mr Fllda"1

I! Christian Church will begin I. Sunday visitors of :Mrs. W. W anj Mrs Charles Hone oe L
Monday morning. JuneI., at 9 Hammond. .
Jacksonville were guests:: of Mr I \&P Tomato
I a.m., Willard M.. Jones, 16 oz NO. 2
II I pastorof I Mr and Mrs. U. E. Starr and Coleman and CANS
Ii I and Mrs F. B.
I i the church announced this son Pat of Gainesville visited in I II
dLiST KEEP THE OUTSIDE last Friday. 2 for
family oz can
week. I JUICE
Perkins 33C
with Mrs. Bynum -
i Hampton Mrs. Ralph Wilson of .T.wksnn.1 j 29C 29 23C
IN REPAIR o' I Meeting each morning from 9 Sunday afternoon. Mr. amMrs I vine)) was visiting! with Mrs Hat- :
to 11 am. the school will continue : Robert F. Davis and son
and Mrs D .1
E tie Xolan and Mr
T I through Fiiday. July 8. Turner of Jacksonville Were af-
TO HAVE YOUR. HOME t Parrish and familyIon.lay
Besides the pastor teachers will guests of Mrs.: Perkins last Sat-

LONG STANDING THERE 4 include Mrs Williard Jones. urday. ternoon.Mrs D. II Hill and Mrs C B
I Marie Taylor and Mary Jin j i I :Mr. and Mrs. Inland BedenI Nolan attended a meetin? of the and Drawn Grade 'A' Quick Frozen Young
Jones. Mrs. D. W. Swindell
I Bone
I Dnval (Count Council l of I
I Olaf Mrs. Alma Dyal was confined i i drove to Gainesville on Monday. TVmonftration Clubs at th. Horn.- Lb
a Qo I to Hiadfon) County Hospital for j :\1 r. and Mrs Marshall Mat Demonstration Office in ..lacksorvill BROILER SIZE TURKEYS 49C

t'-eatment for several lays last .chett Russell Williams, and Mrs. last Thursday mo ning.
I I.T. L Williams visited the Ed I business visitor -
i i J. C. Nolan was a
rF. GAINESVILLE BONiED11'AREIIOUSE I I Durbans in awtey Sunday in Ocala last FndavMr !
Mrs. Lonnie Melton visited Friday -.I and Mrs. C. B Nolan an 1 1I Premium or Super-Right Smoked, Ready To Eat
'| in Tallahassee with Mrs I h ,..1:1-
Your Local )Ia"nowergent : sons visited Rllm1nwit
Iillif Dins, who is confined therEto
lives in Palatka anti Lb '
the TB sanatorium. Mrs. n a fULLY COOKED
eland sun-
i also attended a birthday I I HAMS 53C
"" a lyfiore is nun h improved, Mrs. Melton I ner for Mrs. Nolan's sis'",:. Mi<:

ported R. L. Holliman at :=::1. AusrU'tin.
i$1RE BS ; :Mr and :Mrs. Arthur Patmseyr.raved '.1 I I Beach: Sunday afternotm lIall'IIr Whole s to 11 !Lh.! Au'ragc
.: Nom Hampton to Gaines; i A chicken supper and jinht.i il
: \ illc last week. They have beer
M ixill-
rally was held at Super-Right All Meat
Bull DER' SUPPLIESs&e ( : ]j.jngwith Mrs. J. H. Saxon. I Civic Club at'trIanht.: Mo-'
\ Mrs Lillian Blackman went t o '
j ti
all of the candidates were: pitmen
3e MOVING! ; O STOKACEHioiie : ; Tamp: last week for severalwpek.s' i to peak. 1 Pound \
J L S&3 trA.t., t : \ Isit with: her daughtei'I I Mr. and Mrs. J C Carter :and SKINLESS fRANKS 39CI
Gainesi illu Mr -md Meritj ;
i i nni familv. Mrs son were guests' of Mr nnd Mis:

FH-G-r.221; ::!: 1 Collect j I flnpmanI ;, Henry Matter and family Sat-.ir I
Mrs, .< and :Mrs
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i Super-Right Extra
: day.Mr Lean Freshly
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and Mrs. Leslie gw..t and
; -I. .. T i familY were guests of M> ->n i

t T Mr;. 'Alfred Sweat and family. i" GROUND BEEF 2 lbs 11 ounces $4-00
:' :Macclenny Sunday.

Misses Grace and Join limit i ii

i and J. D. and Willard I'adsiett

I attended the races at the .Tai k-
Cap'n. John's Just Heat and Eat
sonville' Ppeedwav Saturday: ni;:htMr !

r and Mr;. Arthur Wilkinsonof !
Jacksonville \..i"ip,1nlh Mr 10 box

I and Fridav Mrs.evening.J. C. Nolan ,and tamilv I fRIED fiSH STICKS oz 19C

Even though it look. .1 like i 1,11., ''
r several families and the :s..hoot'
Y H:_
teachers and their families g,ith-
ered at the Maxvillo 1'. hiMil Friday -

I evening and enov<'d a pu nu -

I supper together Everyone <>n-

I joyed themselves verv much Jane Parker .- Delicious

|t Utile Randy Wilkinson 1'1'11..1
;; | orated his third birthday lat: Fri-
td 8 inch Each
I l day.Mrs. APPLE PIES 39CServe
: Lealer Han and Mr '
I i
Gladys Copeland were visitor n
Jacksonville last FridaII'<

Copeland moved into hi flea Pie Ala Mode Tonight

W' Li: home here last:; week
A pretty good crowd Non i he'
attended the senior play which ICE I CREAM A&P's Crestmont 1/2 gal
i was held in Baldwin last Ft ida\ 69C

night' Two of our loul \,mnpeople
THE GULF CUSHION TIRE I. were in it Thcweio

I Grace Harris and Claude! North Jane Parker 9 oz. package

SALE I| Veina Young were in Jar Ks nv .1 i't: ,
IX1&\\\Wlt\\\ '
$495 Friday.Mr. 'K

PRICED and Mrs. Woodiow H> h.- BROWN SERVE ROLLS
6.70 :\ 15Exchange of Orlando spent the \\('<'kend '

FOR ONLY ; I'lus TaGulf's \: Hampton bringing her ..iioi'n"Mrs. '

/ I Mamie !.Iead__. name .1". >
//r Jane Parker tnridll'tl: \nn
V Page Pure Concord
her visit with them. K uy Mog.aiwho : GrapePreserves
8 new economy high-mileage tire. I I graduated last week fii.m I. White Bread Mb loaf 14c 12-oz glass 21c

Hampton Elementary Sihool returned -
to Orlando with 'h'.n. 1 to I I.il-bj's Fancy lIaaiianI60L ( an 'linn)fi..1!! Long brain

spend the summer with his und! Pineapple Juice 25c
Fancy Rice 2 Ib
pkg 27c
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs J.imisCroome.
k ;: THE GULF TIRE tliliI'! 6OCans I5ird-\c ( ni IO-O/.

if A-3c James Home left; la,'k.r
Grape Juice 2 for 39c Green
New low Price vine early Thursday morning. :..' Beans 2 for 35c
Denver Colo., where ho '. '!' i'-
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-of& < .
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I tend an Air Force guide! :: t ; = : -- -- ,, ,_
t\ \ 1t :( school for 19 weeks ,i- L. !'f .i. _"' '''''T '_' _ -- .._"'-:-:..... _'_l'1 O!'. <

.95 Field. lie has been >pn.iin! : t6, RED KII'E;
E M u
$11- REGOLD; <; ozs
*, last 10 days here on fudl\lh! !

r : t 6.00 \ 16 with his parents. Mr anti M.1.JW LEMONADE 2 for 23'IHLL0IIO.ME WATERMELONS 99c

: Kvihange Plus Tax Home.

\, Mr. and Mrs Ernest Fa.le ot FRESH I.It.
Lancaster. s C. and si-n*. R..b. [ : 11 OZ
and flex both on leave from the BLACKEYE PEAS 10'

irk All sizes low priced for big soy Navy, spent several days thi- CANDIED YAMS 23'MK
week in with :he Marvin FRESH.
ings! White sidewalls available in

most sizes-similarly low priced. Marvin Failes.Fades pasi! of Hampton \\KKY: CORN 5 for 24c

c t Baptist Churrh '.\is sue.-'
All tires on sale are new, quality WAFERS 130z 25c"En
Trade-in for a set of safe speaker' at the annu il Alumr \ CRISP
Gulf tires. Fully backed with a Association luncheon o':' Tennezcee -

dependable Gulf Tires Today! Written Warranty., : Temple! Sthtxii'i.; : Ch.i"! : i- AXILLA CARROTS 1 lib 10cWAFERS

nooga Tmn. last FiMivDON'T

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If not pleased, your 40e back at -f .
drug store Lle: ITCH-ME-.NOT: to dd- W .5411 YWW a ,4 ya Nuaq
u the itch and KILL germs ON CON I SHORTBREAD 29c
TACT. Wonderful for any e tern" itch. 412 Call St.
1 Temple Ave. and Center St. Phone 245 Today at (De.ler'a Name). Starke. Fla.FlU
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t I I I !JMiss RobertsVeds I Junior \V oman's \V ActivitiesFor Henderson-Miller !I

Marvin H. Pritchett Club Variety Show f' ",",'l
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t tt t In Lake Butler iI I'!Set For June 8 A' .. : vt.1 Coming Week 1

\ ; The F.:111't': Bon.) ,.- ',. (

tj :Members of the JUnior Vn.> ;,it!;'.- f FI-: K.j'tjstVMU: : \\.1: 1 ::1'i iM ,.:

j I (':uh h i\e teen working dill tf'rI -' : 1 ,.,.-.:.v right: at 73o ("i i OIK in \

1 '\' '"I i .t couple of monthrn.1.! : .n < tuin h !sanct'rmsith th,>

Gladys Mooty !p: :-MI' .iion; for their IMKO* : I pm!n '.knt.! Mrs W B Mur.dP't: "- (

t \ u'i: ,1anety shr.'p! X.,<'IV
10';- to be unveilfii! t I>',' X1 TUt'sdaat: 12: <> :". 'r
t t
I "-" U* ;p.iln,t' on the sage Of the ;S" .' nt' : ., : ',c business and pr';:: i : ,

"-','OIl':11.II.school. taietu, ..i::::. ::.. ..._ \\In be held at 11!:, !

Series Of Parties 11 Reception Given : .I.in. S.The .: ;i'>ieieded by a <',)\"<>!cit! .

Given This \Veek [For Graduates ij i iI I girls are coming \Ii'l; .' .I.! :.,'' .'I.i !;i i.con., t
1 i' scheduled for
j someerv professionally.
Honoring Graduates ,By \VSCS And GuildThe I enes. which have required! \\i. ". ., ;i aje? as follow: tI

I of hard work the \. ...,. Armstrong Cmt! T :i .
on part of every. .
Meiubci- the 1906 graduating Woman's Society of Christian ,1 one. There will be eight or moic! :'..::: 7:30 o'tlot k ,i' !,"rn' I

lass; of Bradford High I Service and the Wesleyan : variety acts including skits h\. V-- \\ J Dodd Jt I

!Si hool have be 'n the inspiration Service Guild entertained! at a i local business F" i I I'.MiAnlee Cm l It' T." > : i '
men and high sihoiIstudents. !
fut a series of pre-coinmencement reception Sunday evening immediately "I_:"' 7 ';.o ,,'l' o..k, with! M1UDC V '
I as well as dub inen.-
social events this week. following the Baccalaureate -i ti y ,.,. V \
I bers. One act from Gainesvillewill
On Wednesday! morning Misses: Service in honor of the .
also be included.! I
Outstandingsets "PHEClUot.that's: : the name of the show, and these Junior -
Linda Johns Jane Richard Bradford School Seniors of
To Meet
1 have been designed and -
were hostesses at a lovely Coca- the Methodist Church. I '.t j to provide the right at.mosphere omanClub ninniVrs agree/ its an apt title as they go through I

Cola' party at the home of the The educational building, the ,d..!; _. .1 for the varied numbers a SaiiiTia routine in lr'1"ration for the June 8 1'4'nin"| Left to right: TheV. T.Wek's I ihajve: : M' A H ,.'
., ,, .& ....... ... 1 1 Gcraldme (iriftis, Helen Paterson, Hatcher. Chastwn ,, ,
latter at the State Farm for 15 setting for this lovely affair, was s""" :- Maj Madge i'UDC will meet at the home of n turii e t '_ t '

members of the graduating class. beautifully decorated with gladioli Roberts :' Major credit for planning the i Add Reddish, Dolores Knight Lucy Hinson, and Seleta Thomas. I Mrs Barbara Breazeale on Kings-I. proal hang; ":.ii" :.1 ..0 ,.' r.t : : ." .
Miss Barbara Jeanne entire show goes to Joan Chitty. I J
After the party at the State hydrangea, carnations and Ilt'Y Lake Wednesday, June Miss Marian Elizabeth Hi'r.iUiM! "
daughter of Repiesentative-elect with fine assistance from Dolores 6.1 ..
Farm, the group was invited by other summer flowers placed at and Mrs. Clarence Abram Roberts : McKnight. Patsy Silcox, Marilyn Handwork Projects I[Wesley Guild 11:30 otlock for the annual Corporal in the I*. S ::Ma ..
Miss Sandra Johns to her vantage points throughout the I Corps. to George Frantz MiIU- .
and covered-dish luncheon
became the brideof picnic
of Lake
i Robeits and Seleia Thomas. To Be Started Installs Officers I
home on Kingsley Lake fora : large auditorium and the two of the I,i Following the luncheon Sgt. in the U. S. Marine CoipsQuantineo. :
Marvin:: H. I'ritchett, son : the club
Piaitically in
swimming party.On church parlors everyone By Garden Club L. A. Davis will install lrs'l Va.. son of Mrs \\ ..:-
late Mr: and Mrs.: William Pnt- has ha at the door ter Martin: Miller and the let-
Thursday Mrs C. J. Bastedo Greeting guests fliers for the
chett of Jacksonville, in a candlelight some way. and together they hopeto president of the Wesleyan coming year t
of Keystone Heights entertained were Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Scholl Members of the Staike Garden All members are urged to Mr. Miller of Harrisburg. Pa. I
ceremony on Sunday May present to the public somethingthat Service Guild of the First Methodist -
at a delightful beach pie and presenting them to the receiving Club will meet with Mrs. H. A. tend at-I The wedding will be an every \
20, at 5 o'clock! in the afternoon will warrant all the work Church in ceremonies con-
nic party at Lake Geneva, honor line were Mr. and Mrs Lawson all day Thursday. June of Saturday evening. June 30. at
in the First Christian Church. j and worry involved.The ducte j Monday night by Mrs. C.
ing her daughter Miss Bobbe J. C. Hobbs. The receiving hn 7. starting at 10 o'clock to workon 7:30 o'clock in the First BaptuChurch -'
Lake Butler. The Rev. Jacob I Junior Club invites D. Williams president of the I Hospital Auxiliary I
Bastedo, and several of her I was composed of Rev. R. D Som- everyone handwork for their Christmas .
Thomas, assisted by the Rev. C to come and see their efforts WSCS StarkeXo
Senior classmates. mer-pastor of the First Methodist store project. I To Meet June 7
F. Dance performed the cere- I towards producing a fast-moving, Other officers installed at this i invitations are bemir iwim
and the their
The T. H. Slade home on Kings- Church honored guests llemters11 bring along !
mony. entertaining show. Starting timeis time were: Mrs C. E. Hernwall. but all friends and lelatsve-: ,'
ley Lake will be the scene of a Misses Joan and Joyce S< holl, own materials to work on and a I The Bradford County Hospital
The church was decorated with 8 p.m.New I 1st vice president: Mrs. J. R. the couple are invited to atti-n i
Rieharde i will hold its
luncheon today (Friday) when Joanne Slade, Jane sandwich for lunch. These meet-, Auxiliary general
fern out-
Mrs. Slade is hostess complimenting Linda Johns, Sandra Johns Jackie a garland of plumosas ings will take place every Thursday McDonald, recording secretary: !membership meeting Thursday, the wedding anj repl.inE'ERYTIIIN

her daughter. :Miss Joann Colley Jackie Hobbs, Babs lining the arch beyond the altar j Officers I until the end of November at Mrs Claude J. Johns. promotion !June 7, at 3:30: oMock in the Parish -
Pale pink carnations and gladiolion I secretary :Mrs: G. Lloyd Farber.treasure"r 'i
Slade. and 17 other Seniors. A Lance and Mary Carroll Bessent: a place specified at the previous House on Churh Street.
pink and silver color scheme will Pierson Cox:, Jan Mundorff and either side of the altar were Are InstalledBy i meeting. : and Mrs. Ti'tus Olson. I' All members and anyone interested I (; IN
j with calla lilies, and
be used in decorating. Bobby Ferguson.Mr. interspersed white candelabra adorned the altar -, Garden ClubThe I II co-ordinator. in the Auxiliary are urged
and Mrs. II. M. Richaide, I BPW To Give Members of the Guild will hold to: attend. I
The round of festivities will be and arch. An arrangement Away TILEAlso I
Mr and Mrs. T. H Slade Sr., Mr. j Staike Garden Club held their annual coveted! dish picnic(i 1
concluded after graduation to and Mrs. M. W. Lance, Mr. and of greenery and palms formed the an installation of officers and Barbecue GrillThe on Wednesday June 6. at the 1I I I
night when Mrs. K. G. Duncan
Mrs. E. L. Cox, Mr and Mrs. R. background.Mrs. covered-dish supper at the Parish j I home of Mrs: C. H. Nasworthy on
will be hostess
at a slumber E. Mundorff, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mildred Rivers at the : House on Church street Monday !I Staike BPW Club will Kingsley Lake, starting at 5 pm i

party and breakfast Saturday Johns. Mrs. Del Colley. Mr. andMrs. piano played the nuptial selec-j night for their final meeting of ; award a barbecue grill to some All members and their husbands PKE-CAST

morning honoring her daughter and tions, and the Rev. lucky at the Chamber of invited! to attend
S. R Johns, and Mr. the club year. i person are CEMENT STEPS
Miss Margaret Rose Duncan, and Mrs. V. R Ferguson, parents of Rivers sang "Because" and "Al The club house was attra<.live-: Commerce office this afternoon I

party 18 of her will Senior be held classmates.at the Adkins The the honorees, served as the hosts \ ways," and during the ceremony" ly decorated for the supper mt'et-I I (Friday) at1 o'clock. All club WSCS NoticeCircles JUDD TILE CO.

the evening.The sang "The Lord's Piayer. with beautiful members and others interestedare
throughout ing I
I 127: Lafayette St
home Lake. I
summer on Kingsley Attending his sister as matronof arrangemt'nts'l invited to attend. It is not ,
table flowers Methodist
long refreshment I i of summer I of the 215-J
The Biadtord ( 'i Phone
W'S'C'S'1 'lInty Hospital i
to be
Foitner for the winner
OU'LL IAWE1he new EsU-r- overlaid with an exquisite imported honor was Sidney I.I tage points throughout. necessary will meet next week as : i announces the bIrth., (
brook purse-size fountain pens In linen and lace cloth. was centered -. of Lake Butler. Bridesmaids were I After a delicious meal Mrs I piescnt. Circle 1, Mrs. T. H. Slade, leader :; -
j Mrs C. Ted :Montgomery of Misses Madge Middleton and II I Mr and Mrs Herman Nettles ....
patel t>hadr Only $2.58 at Brad- with an artistic arrange- 1\1. F. Hazen president conducteda will meet Tuesday morn- IL -- ----- .
Kenneth For Delia I1's.Iildred of staike a son Donald Lee. M.IV : _. . ".
Mrs Rosenberg -
Gainesville I ---- -
ford County Telegraph.VALl ': ment of aqua and white carnations ; brief business meeting where ', ing at ten o'clock at the education 21. ,
rester of Daytona Beach cousinof Doyle and Mrs. Desta Dyal. with
I the colors ana flowers of I' annual reports were given. It with Mrs H II Adamsas
I' building
:Mr.: and Mrs.:
: class Balancing the bride: Mrs. Bill Wood of was announced that Mrs John R. I Mrs Maude Dickerson of Gainesville I Robert E the graduating 3-1 hostess of Lawtey, a daughter. JudvAnn. j
Dismukeof attended the District AE8L
Lakeland Mrs. William I ,
1! floral were silver candel ; I Parkinson. State President of the I I
it 1 -t-- the piece white tapers. Ft Lauderdale; Mrs. Robert Florida Federation of Garden .I planning meeting at the homeof Cinles 2 and 3 will meet Mon- I May 26. fL'\\
abra with burning Mr and Mrs Carl Taylor. .Jr STARKE
tables were also Roberts of Jacksonville: Miss Clubs, has advised against the I I Mrs Betty Bigger in Jackson- day afternoon at 3'30 o'do..k at
two punch
i Barbie I ville last Sunday Plans wereformulated I of Maxville. a son Micheal Carl.! i
covered with linen cutwork cloths Bitsy Hall and Miss local club i'idinginto circles at the eltwatlOn building with theo
i !t for the meeting datiplaies >!'. May :26.Tlll! I
and repeated the color scheme and Bryan of Gainesville. this time.rs.. Hazen announcedthat i tV leadeis. )Irs. J. H. Fields anil I Sunday, Monday Tuesday
and for the 19.)i. -
,chosen flowers of the Senior Their bouffant, waltz length the short course at the Uni- .", speakers M"L .I Gieen as hostesses I IlIGIIT POINT fur the June 3, .1, ;3

: ; : Class! Highlighting:: the table gowns of pale pink were fashioned : veisilv of Florid: will be in session year --.. i led jour fa\orit* ESTKKBRUOKlountain :- Donn.E':.\TllUo: -

were large blocks of ice holding I alike The pink e-embroidercd II from June 19 to 21 and! that }>l'n. TELEf.IlU'H.: ]:

aqua and white mums floating in lace bodice dipped gracefully over members may attend. The theme I way JOH n ritt' Conic in antI st'i i i TEXAS LADY

the punch bowls. Maidenhair fern the hips, flowing into a twotieredtulle this year is "Joy in Gardening." i -i SlTKKsCOPKilli

bowls. Serving skirt. A coronet of tulle I.I Members asked to start I
rounded the are I vtAh4'i: '
sin \\\ ( lamlftfe Colbert and Barry
1 punch during the evening were was beaded with sequins and handwoik this summer for the 1 I Stenographers II Sullivan

1;1Marsha Miller. Pat Hobbs Marllvn : pink pearls Their other asscs-, Christmas store which the club : ,

!, ('ox. Gayle Rowe and Martha sories were of pink. The honor i will sponsor in December It was I AM) -

Lan in ham" attendant carried an arm bouquet suggested that club members meet i I Belles On Their ToesIN
Van I Rat heI an unusual I I c oin< iden'e .'ma:1": i I e.eivt-I I th s im
with the lefre.shments American beauty ie i cai nations Thursday from now until j !
ABLE rugs, furnish- ) Those assisting of < every that two of oiii :.snior 15HS bOY-I'1: j"l k'-t .I i> a ;graduation ::\Itt\ .",I' Typists : TE'IISKII.OI:
wt'reJrs.. C. E John Other attendants carriedarm the end of November to work on i |
ings, and other personal ,Roman Alvarez and Billy Harnng-, years ago i \\ith Jeanne ('rain and My rna Inv
property don't have to )[rs. Hogan Smith. Mrs. Bertha bouquets of pale pink carnations their projects. The first meetingwill ton, who will be receiving their diplomas i Jesse Smith who is a wa'er I I'lus Cartoon for Children
Sin(lair. Mrs held Thursday. June 7, '
C. W be I
bum to be made worthless Pearce Mrs tonight both underwent ap- treatment plant operator at 4 GCS
SMOKE can do the H C. Ritl.hIrs.: M. W. Ciessler. The little flower girls were )lissGinger starting at 10 a.m. at the home of ,I pendectomys at the Bradford NAS, is burning the midnight 'ii! I Clerks i Wed.. Thurs June 6. 7
Lillie Bridges. Mrs A. H niece of the bride the president. Mrs H. A. L'1wson.1 ,
job too! Mrs. Foi tner. County Hospital last Saturday studying this week while attending IOtT1lLI1EATI'JIE -
Harley Mrs L. J. Green and Mrs and Miss Patsy Jones, cousin of Mrs. J. W. Kincaid:: and Mrs let's hope they are well enough the 2Jth annual short KWIM- i NEEDED .\T I II

And if lour insurance isn't Titus Olson. the bridegroom.: Their pink organdy I Jessie Young were appointed to to attend the exercises tonightat I at the U. of F hear that \ I The Naked Dawn

broad enough to replace Mrs Titus Olson. Secretary of dresses had bouffant skirts I be on the "idea" committee for,, the stadium Eleanor I H"lt'nIalone's first grade pupil- UNIVERSITYOF I TKCIIMCOLOK:

those smudged values Youth Woik, and Mrs. T H with numerous rows of ruffles : this project. Palmes was also confined in the were guests of classmate HanHatcher \ \\itli Arthur Kenned and HctUSt.

friend, you're in trouble! Slade Sr., Counselor of I.YF., and bodices tied with wide or- I Mrs. Jessie Young, a past president -. same hospital Sunday to Tuesday at the Offlcei Club .it FLORIDA John

had charge: of planning the reception and sashes. They wOre miniature -. of the club. installed the underwent : and swim ,
where she surgery a picnic party'elint'-- :
Before smoke sets ;-Iay IOlir.Veek AM!n -
you pii-ture hats of pink organdyand i following officers and presentedeach on Monday Audrey Fay day: of last week orchIds to i
back, be sure you're pro- About :MO guests were presentto white baskets of pink and told what WRECKING CREWitli
carried I with a corsage Flakes is undergoing a tonsilec- Dr. and :Mrs.V.: F.. Middleton S 2 Weeks Vacation Ea'h I

tected.! See us about it enjoy this lovely affair with .I rose petals. 'the meaning of each corsage tomv today at the same hospital j II who celebrated their 56th wedding I YearS :\\ hardrlen and Chester

today the honored guests. : serving as best man was Robert I meant to the incoming officer: Cal Smith received a tadly anniversary on Sunday Glad vs Morris

I II; Roberts[ of Jacksonville, and ush- I :Mrs H A. Lawson. president: bruised arm Tuesday when he got I and Lacy Silcox marked up their ; Free Course! Each ,Plus Cartoon for f'hildrcn
H. C. \Wall I William Van Roberts, Mrs P. J. Quattlebaum. first .fi
AgencyPhone i eis were it caught in a clothes wringer 23rj anniversary on Monday l'mester'f f
CHEX-lOc brother of the bride; James Car- Yicepl'esitlentIrs.; C E. Johns, was happy to hear that Lonnie I and Errol and Corrine Alvarez I i Fri Sat.. June 8. 9

Kwps breath kissing swwt. 1'1'1)-1 nell, i-ousin of the bridegroom; second vice-president: Mrs J. W. Viningleturned home Tuesday observed their 43rd wedding anniversary I j Sick Leave and Retirement DOUBLE FEATURE: -

: 146 permint fU\or. Ask fur themeur Sidney Fortner. Jimmy Whitehead Kincaid, third vice-president; Mrs. from St Luke's Hospital wherehe on May 21 i t Henefit.sApply !

>where.THE. and Quenten Bloodsworth. A. Ru'sellorman! recording underwent surgery last week Katherine Peek was hostess at ] I II Cattle Queen Of

200 E. Call Street ('HEX CO. all of Lake Butler; and Paul secietanand: Mrs E .\. Hall, Gladys Silco.x entered St a small neighborhood party\ I Montanaitli

Starke. Fla. I'hilatlt'llhia, }'a. Yawt and Jimmy Nelson ofainesvrlle. i treasurer. Vincent's on Wednesday for athreeday Thursday afternoon of last week I

Salesmen Wanted I Mrs. Quattlebaum presented I checkup Tom Long when she celebrated her I UNIVERSITY OF Barbara Stanwj and Ron-

The bride, given in marriage by the out-going piesident Mrs is getting along nicely) after an I birthday, and Maxine Gibson celt'-I FLORIDA ald Reagan

her fathei wore a wedding gowa Hazen. with a lovely gift from i operation in St. Vincent's on I brated! her tirthday anniversaryon I AND -

ot white nylon tulle over satin, the club after whkh Mrs Hazen I Monday and Stevie Denmark is; i iI :\ay:11: Margaret Ann Phil-I EMPLOYEE PERSONNEL Tarzan's Hidden

NOW..1956 I RCA WHIRLPOOL' .iMiioned: wih long, taperingdeeves gave a word of thanks I recuperating from a siege of the lips (elebrated her 14th birthday SERVICES

of embroidered tulle. The.I Mrs Lawson appointed the following mumps. with a semi-formal dance at her I Room 109Administration Jungle

bodice featured a Peter Pan collar to he on the building committee i Tommy and Marian Ritch and home in Saratoga Heights for 32 !With Camion Scott and \"era Miie'i

SAVES EVEN MORE with a. yoke of the embroidered for the next five years: i I I children have moved out to their young friends -- assisting in | HuildingGAINESVILLE 'In'" serial Chapter It, and ( ar-

tulle daintily beaded! with sequins -I :Mrs F.. A. Hall, chairman, Mrs. ,f cottage on Kingsley Lake serving refreshments with her !ii !toon for Children.

and pearls. The embroid- M. F Hazen. Mrs Jessie Young j noted that Ona Jacobsen is now i parents. Charles and Jaunita I 1I ; FLA

lmithiJ red tulle dipped in points over the I Mrs S. E. Sparks and Mrs A. R j i iI secretary-ing in Chailey Johns I Dinkins, were Robert and Gertie I -
,kirt which fell into a chapel I Norman. office, repacing Norma Key who McRae. Jack and Gerry DuMars |,

train Her coronet headpiece of I Hostesses for the evening were has moved to Madison Was and. Tommy and ChristineLewis j I

embroidered tulle was beaded with i Mrs J. A. Griffin, chairman Mrs. happy to hear that none of the I
sequins pearls, and rhinestones. I T B. Harding Sr. Mrs C. A. occupants of Mrs L. L. Brown- Xote that Harold and arlene I BE INDEPENDENT .

Her fingertip veil was of sheer I Knight Mrs. E. A. Hall, Mrs. .O lee's car was hurt in the accidenton ,' Smith and baby, Eoline, are I

\ illusion, and she carried an arm L. Beasley, and Mrs J. W l"m- AlA at Crescent Beach on mO'ingthis week into their lovely I Own Your Own Business!

"T3IImll. bouquet of white rosebuds centered -I, caid. i l Tuesday the others in the car new home on the Lake Butler I

I !: with a white orchid. I I !! were Mr. and Mrs V. O Bridgesand u. highway Mr and Mrs. Robert

The bride's mother wore a ,)Miss Henderson i guest. Miss Frankie 'IClUI- Halsall of Irvington, N. J. have
; 1 j they
sheath dress of embossed beige I II loiigh of Chattanooga purchased the Ingleright house at
I cotton-satin embroidered in a I Honored At Shower iI | were enroute to the Brownlee cottage 412 S Westmoreland St. and

pink and silver design. Her brown I I i at St Augustine Beach when are moving there this week FIRESTONE HAS SEVERAL

Breton hat was trimmed with I Miss Marian Henderson, popu- the accident occured tearing up Mr and Mrs J. W. Roberts have

satin, and other accessories wt'rt'i lar bride-elect whose marriage to the Brownlee car considerably moved to 431 Center St. and CHOICE LOCATIONS AVAILABLENo
Miller will be an event of be getting E.
: brown. George Marcus Brown will Ermie and Jackie (James )

3-LEVEL WATER CONTROL i I June 30 was the Inspiration for a home today for the summer from Jones and two sons of Trentonare
i Mrs. Billy Jones aunt of the
I lovely bridal shower given by University of Miami Medical renting the upstairs apart- Experience Necessary
'bridegroom. white cotton-i
\iI:; j saves gallons of water on wore a Mrs E. F. Miles Mrs. Carl Sapp. j Adele Scholl and class- ment at 436 E Call St. the
| sheath I School Complete Training Program at No .Cost to ,
satin embroidered
j in pink, j'ou.
wash loads and Mizell at the home U. ofF
partial and Mrs Ben Cook from the Dr. Ritfh home Ermie is an
: a pink pancake hat trimmed with I mate, Allison Trained experts help you open your store work
\ does it automatically. Use of the latter on ThursdaeveI. Allison'shome
Monday for outside salesman for Brownlee &
I satin and beaded with sequins and leave with you throughout the year.
only water required for ning of last week. in Haddonfield. :\. J. where Chasteen.

IMPERIAte size of wash load. i,' pearls. Her other accessories Gladioli in pastel shades. weir Adele will make a short visit and Time is getting near for the

S MODEL were white. used for party decorations in the]I also see New York City before Junior Woman's Club Variety Minimum Capital Investment

the RCA WHIRLPOOL Following the ceremony a re living room. Appropriate games I going on to Ocean City, N. J Show to be held June 8, and the 16 Complete Departments over 4,000 selected 1

Only 'ception was given by the bride's were played and prizes were where she will be employed at a members have come up short in items for the home and car Fast Turnover

parents at the Lake Butler civic awarded to Mrs Freeman Regis-I, hotel for the summer months bamboo walking canes to be used plus HighProfitfargin;; mean smaller investment -
these Jr. and Mrs F. G. Hutchinson. home for two if have
gives you advantages : center after which the bride and ter, Agnes Lawson is in one of the skits you for you.
Miss Jean Mundy assisted the i iI weeks from FSU after which she : seen one of these floating around
left for a wedding to
groom trip
hostesses in serving refreshments.Miss will attend the Baptist Youth i town please take it to the Telegraph -

S Two separate washing actions NOW ONLY 'New Orleans, La. I Henderson received many Camps at Panama City and Tam- I office or contact Joan Proved Merchandising, Advertising

I Fully-illuminated Guide Lite* control! I lovely and useful gifts from the pa as life guard for the summer Chitty at phone 74 It is Understood Newspaper, Radio. Direct Mail Advertising tailormade -

: 3-Temperature water selection. ,CasselsFucoAnnouncement 19 guests and the hostesses pre- i'' that the class of BUS to your needs by our experts. Tested and
sented her with the vegetable dish 3-c and Mrs John E. '54 were given similar canes as
I Giant, 9-lb. capacity. Down Proved Firestone shares: the cost.
is being made to her ihosen china pattern as a.: Wall II leave today for his base souvenirs and the girls of the
Suds-Miser saves hot water. 1 00/
soap I i of the marriage of Mrs. Juanita memento of the occasion. at Smokey Hills Air Force Base. club would appreciate borrowing
7 Rinses less water. :.\ TEnM". For further information on the Moit Valuable Franchise -
I thorough: yet use j Fuco of Jacksonville to Sgt I Kansas:: after a ten-day furlougJj I some of these from the grads --

Porcelain top resists mars end st&ns.S i', Marion E. Cassels, of the Jacksonville Woman's Council t with his parents arul the same please contact Joan at 74 if. and in America Today, Phone or Write Mr. H. J.

5-Year' ports warranty transmission. n. : evening his brother. Wayne Wall, a final note before closing for Scott. District Manager.
Air Station, son
home for the summer the week have tried put-
:' The business and program meet- !I will be getting you
OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY of Mr and Mrs. Alver Casse's of I ing of the Woman's Council of I from the Blue Ridge School. ting food coloring in the vase

Starke. which was an event of I the First Christian Church will I Hendersonville, N C. the two water with magnolia blossoms' The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company

CHAS. SHEPHERD I Saturday evening in Folkston. I be held Tuesday evening at S boys will just miss each other bv I the results are amazing I
hours Sandra Jor.es. have the prettiest blue magnolia
t Ga. o'clock in the sanctuary with Mrs ; a couple 116 Lee Street Phone Elgin 41415
who is one of tonight's graduates here on my desk, and it worksas
; TV Radio Seat Covers Upholstering Sgt. and Mrs. Cassels are re- Wesley Andrews, president. presiding -,I i was an excited recipient of ar well with any color of dye. Jacksonville Fla.
i i siding in Murray Hill, Jacksonville : Mrs Middleton Prevatt
'. Phone 239 Starke, Fla. heirloom locket from her great- So long till next week .fl

will be in charge of the program aunt. Mrs L. M. Melton of At- -Carolyn ,


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v ,, I I Lt. and Mrs. Edward J. Wainwright NEW FILM AT FLORIDA I Trooper Musgrove j j1' I la Circuit Court. Bradford County ,complaint on- the- Plaintiff -

of Cheyenne, Wyo. announce riurida! ; Chanrrrf.: At!' ; 't .l..i".r A. I. \I
i I:. 1' K. p. ri.u.ff.: \ -. T!!. '.:. ,
'T.iar.trLife/ i1,1
the recent birth of Receives Praise : ;.i: J s
a son. '' : Kan.I: :. K- i a f. ti.l.int x..'. '. Kl.-r.d.i .
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Edward J. Wainwright III. Lt. < \ t.- ana fIe the original In the ".ffueof :
: For Accident Work Order of PnhHratinn and Satire to the Clerk ;
of the Circuit
Wainwright has just completed a'' "j1 Court "a ,
tpfirar: stair of Florida To:
( nurse in advanced Air Training l r wr 'p, "l't" l'l.l !: .: ;I fl, "..,., \\ h.... o'.' h-fore d i x 'th"h.i\, 1 '.... J
: Kl.'ii.U; Hi-h\\.ty TI Opt'I' C ;: '1.10 :I .,h.l ...j'Il' l' I I' .:'I\\ :' ,otneru.M i
Mrs. Wainwright is the former i the allegation rf \.j ;i
Musyruve.. who has been stationed1 I You are retired to appear on Complaint,i will tn- taken a* n iffssed ,-
July :. !:';:; !
Susan Alderman of K ?>stonr in" the al"l..w.,1 ly
in Bradford County three !1'i'iirt and '. you. \
IN THE HEWS years. rails wherein plaintiff
Heights. ... Tins notice shall br p-.' I Ushert I
was recently commended .by his \f r.-k-.1..l. } .1:1.1: i- ,once t-atb week for four onn<" -!II h'.- :
Mrs. J. L. Gentry and daughterVida I t! "I i"l' : !r. n
I 611 II' ,6 II I III hoop commander for saving the!! Bradford County Telegraph shall graph weeks in the Bradford Count) Tele.: I I
--- Jean left Monday to ;:
I j" lfe: of an injured motorist last'!publi-h, tins Orikr in neat fourweekly 1'..!. Mi am: Mi-i: E. M Davs: W,':,' Mi aim Mi.J! 1.1 in Mixon and Mr. Gentry in Sumtf'r.r. :.r. 111 \ !i i U..-ues. (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A I'.trh.
February. W.ii.-- i v hand and t.ffiot.il: : E
i. Ar,-h. r "m Sund.ty"lsltmg :family '.Stir vi.-itmjf Mrs. M. E be with his mother who is < ntii ..1! The /'*... .1 1 .' S>.i ,.,. Kt..l.i :!, M.i\ ;.. Clerk of the Cir.-uit ,-..n.-'t I
was James 1556. By Mar.n L. Croaty. p.-n.-v i"-i,
Anderson and, Mrs. Mixun in JaiRosvillr ly ill.
Miss Mamie on Sunday.Mr. set
:Monroe ,
Douglas who suffered (OFFICIAL SEAL)
t' K. S': 'I e spinal injuries in an accident
.i W. Kincaid returned' visited Mr. and Mrs. J O. Mrs. Effie Johns and M I' II' As Clerk of said Court. ,
Wynnin :-<' !! Starke Feb. 25. |:By Mar-nn! L. ProMty. Deputy I'lerk. OF I'1 F.\TU" 10tECISTEB
home Sunday after two weeks Jacksonville on Sunday.Mr. Carter spent the weekend :at l'> id-\ I'.Uiol '%: ... h II. l>.....tl,,-. ;.",". I.\ i It )i'.inld-i I ) Fimnni % till: I
Troop Commander C. E.I ill .1. \knillr.. X"tii'.. I, rerel.y th.it .
and and Lakeland with M' >: "' Fla. given : I.*
Asheland .Mrs.
-.isit with! friends in V. O. Bridges and City ..
Tuior of underMgr.etl. under
Lake the
r City said Douglas Amf.T rif. ( I 4t 6n1'I1 21'! ji.i .I
std Catlettsburg, Ky. house guest. Miss Frankie IcCullou'h Carrie Smith. .- .dive and to-\| of Chapter, :IfW! ;!. fans of F .; la
: progresngnicely Arts of 1941. will register with tfl.rk !..-
of Tenn Mrs. Errol Alvarez :intiI' : TO \i-rr.\n '
Mrs Vesta Bond and son Da-f d i .\ because of the care with which! III of the Circuit! Coiat !i-i r.-<\
weekend and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Gerald Youngwt're in Jik..nville Circuit I'.urt Bradford 'ouocJo i iPlrtrida for Bradford County State ..f 1";
'. id 1. of Elbeiton Ga will be spent lit. n.is handled by Musgrove." i' : In < hnnrrry.Kiiini !-
take :Mr A: .. da. upon receipt of p-oof .f .1 :
to \ :-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tuesday and Wednesday at thelattt'r's Wednesday T.tylor wrote Patrol Director II ,"IP"L"t' ; <:' .t. pi.i.nt.ff, \ h'''t >- )f. cation nf this notice, the fh tit! iname *

Tenly.Mr. cottage at St. Augustine varez's brother Allen John '? N' Ku kman that Musgrove should. [ li.lant. ''..IX..", lrt.-v whi.h
hi we are engaged in I.IMV--
Beach. Vincent's Ho'pital."hf'n'
and Mrs. J B. Dansby and St. net ommended for saving the life T.pprar at r.:, s ,11h \\'.,1ulII st ?:.nk. Fit
Mrs. A. Russell Norman spent i I will undergo surgery Friday T. !I"r ,r;. ,d.! -. ... K n ii.in.iiK.nd., r o. r i.ALVAREZ' i.
and Miss '"f James Monroe Doug-1 \
sons of Perry daughter. Kaufmann was called Douglas. June Dansby of the University Saturday in Jacksonville with her I George IdS is in the Veterans Hospital at You. are hereby nutitit-d mat a t'tth' : ? 1-.1: ,. .1 ,:i t '

,*f Alabama, were Sunday visitors sister Mrs. D. N Denmark, Sr. j! to Chicago, 111. Wednesday by the Lake City. : --,. bcen f. r .l.vi.i.e ..I. I. I.: ._, .r..n.t'. !':..'1 ,,' 1. I
Mrs. cV.. serious illness of his mother. i arar has filed against you In :Tieab'ne nosy- I
of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby. Dishinger of Jacksonville Musgrove said spinal injuriesof named ('"urt and cause and I'-! .,! ,1.r"f.. J
is visiting Mrs. Loyree Mrs. Effie Johns spent Thurs- y?" are required U> serve a copy of .' .i-;....., ;n. i', .If ,.1 '. !
returned to Perry nature .L
Dansby any are serious, anti mishandling
Mickey and Glenn Ford herein -
Hartmann and family at their day of last week with her niece. Ernest Uurnine'alf>rif' French, are seen your answer ..r p: ..d.ng iu the 1 ,. .'.' i
with his cousin, Bishop Dansby, Lake. F. W. Wetb in Hawthorne.Mrs. a tense scene from "Jubal." the story of a drifter arming Sunday can result in death or ...... J

for a week's visit. cottage Mr. and on Mrs.Kingsley Ora Cook of FortMyt'rs Mrs. A. B. Baker of Jackson- I' at the Florida Theatre.Mr. life-long' paralysis. The injurt.'d'should "
Mrs. H. C. Bollinger and three j be moved only by experts. )Ien'
Wednesday toj I' STORE
several last ville is spending II
spent days
daughters are spending several week with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Saturday with Mr and Mrs. Merrill j and Mrs S R Wallace of !, Friday and Saturday guests of ,1 Musgrove credited the Highway !I '2I n

week in Greenville, Ohio visiting Thomas. Struth and family. (. Palatka spent Sunday with their': their parents Mr. and Mrs P S. J'Patrol's training school sessions

friends and relatives. I Mrs. J. H. Fields Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Minnie Lou Edwards and j I aunt Mrs. Frank Hoover.Mr. Crews and Mr. and Mrs Bryan: 'jfor teaching the rudiments of = =-=-=:.

Rev. and Mrs J. E. Sherwoodand and children of and Mrs. Lowell Mathewsand Whitfield.Mrs. handling injured cases. -
George Powell, and C J. Powell Mrs. Bill Royster I
Mrs. R. H. English spent visiting Mr. son. Dennis spent the weekend Emma Rivers was visitingher "The Patrol's extensive tiainmg
spent several days last week Jacksonville were I
of last week visiting at Jacksonville Beach as son-in-law and daughter, Mr. !, credit for
Thursday Merritt Island. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Drew Reddish on Sun- gets any raving of life To The of
Mrs. Lily Bias, Mrs. Floyd Green George Powell) returned to their guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.Ji and Mrs. P S. Crews over the :[that results from our activities." People Bradford CountyWords

and Bill Soto in the W. T. Ed- home in Newton, N. C. on Monday day.Mr.. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and \>
wards TB Sanitarium in Talla after spending two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Underhill Mrs. W. B. Mtindy and Mrs. E. Crews home were Mr. and Mrs.G. ;i Musgrove has been with the
hassee. F. Miles were attending a dress W. Rivers of Graham and Mr.
Patrol for
Mrs. Fields. attended the Primitive Baptist 'Highway 13 years.
and Mrs I). L. Shaw of LaCrosse.
show in Miami from Saturday AA&&AAAAAAA& &
Sunday.Mrs. ; LIAAAAAAAA
Pvt. Kaspar Duncan arrived Church at Rock on
Mis Rivers accompanied her I.I
home from Ix>muel Colson who has Tuesday.Mr.
Thursday evening Fort ''t.:
and Mrs. G. M. Beden- daughter Mrs. Shaw home for a ,
Jackson S. C. for the weekendto been visiting her son and family -" I
attend the his in Tuscon. Ariz., and daughter haugh and Mr. and Mrs. Bob visit.Mr.
graduation of a
Odom of Tallahassee are spt'ndingI and Mrs. E. C. Long had as II
FLORIDA sister. Margaret Rose, on Friday Mrs. Marjorie Wilt of Long Valley -
Saturday with their their Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs I
i I evening. N. J. are staying at the Plaza Friday ana
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs G. B. Colson of Brooker
Miss Marianne Sargent of Motor Count Staike while visit- I. family
and attend the graduation ofJackie Brant Turner spent Tuesday
Scott friends here this week. to = 1
Agnes College Decatur Ga. ing
HobbsMr. Wednesday: of last week visiting -
THEATRE will be the weekend guest of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Simmons
'f and Mrs. Frank Hatcher his grandfather, Roy Turnerof =
and Mrs K. G. Duncan. attended the pharmaceutical Convention -
will Lake Butler-
Miss June Harding is returningto in Clearwater all last I and children of Tallahassee Manassa and children =- ?:
I weekend guests of Mjr. and Mrs. George -
We Invite You To Relax and Atlanta. Ga. today after a ten week. be Green Cove ]
and of
Jr. Springs were
Enjoy A Good Movie In Our day vacation with her parents Mrs John Love Wilkes left i Mrs. Harry Hatcher. II III guests of her parents Mr. and

100 Per Cent Air Conditioned Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding, Sr. Thursday for Jacksonville where I family at Camp Blanding. IrsY.. G. Stringfellow Wednesday

Theatre During The Hot Mr. and Mrs. Harding daughter. 1 she will spend the summer at the i
................ ...... ; of last week.
Summer Days.Saturday. June Mrs. T. B. Harding, Jr. and I home of Mrs. R. R. Thede. I \1'
Mr. and Mis. I. D. Wainwright -
Miss rattle Lawson and trs. Jeff Paulk and ,
I spent the Mayor
I and family have moved to
June 2 i weekend at Daytona Beach I five daughters of Williooochee. CLAY HILL : their summer home on Kingsley !

DOUBLE Dee, Ga. and son Lt. John Roberts CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON
FEATURE 1 Lynwood: and Terry Walters Lake to spend the summer ,
ITEjg i accompanied their grand Paulk of Greenville. Miss spent by Mrs. J. L. Strickland months. I about this '
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. question
mother. Mrs.V.. H. Holland backto
.Aa.AA4ALA.u.uLLA.AA 1 Mrs R. V.- Turner and daughter -
her home in Dublin. Ga. for a Dave PaulkRev. Vicky were in Ja ksonville The fire that gutted building
iVILDCAT ten day visit. Their part'nts.11'. W. S. McAliley is attend- I Aunt Babe Padgett's sistt'I'.1| ; my ;
'I business.
Tuesday on
ui an Evangelism Conferencein of Cocoa spent a is costing me $1100 per cannot express my gratitude for the wonderful
ing Adkins
the Elsie
Brest and Mrs. S. L. Peek, Jr. will go I Mike Seigler is spending this ,
"THE has for them the end of next week. I Montreat, S. C. from Tuesdayto 1 few days with her last week. ] week with his cousin. Billy month in lost rentals. I need majorit"Otf by which I was elected your County Commissioner
I OUTLAW" Friday. and Janet Lang, and, these '
Kathleen rents
; to make the'
Mr. and Mrs Herbert Thomas Prows, in Auburndale. from
and d,'uuhter. Kathleen, were in j Mrs. H. G. Davis, Jr. and chil- !i' Marilee Martin of Highland spent Io .| mortgage payments it District One in the Second Primary on

gun Grovelaml! ,>n Monday and Tues dren of Gainesville spent: Tuesdaywith Sunday with their grandparents. Glen Ford Stars looks now like I'll I lose the Tuesday.: I fully realize how deeply indebted I am to
sights! her mother Mrs Lucile I Mr. and Mrs. Yougan Padgett of ,,
Mr. and Mrs. Shaw 1
Buck day'ISI i'1g' I Davis while Mr. Davis was working 1 Clay Hill.Gertie 'Jn. 'Jubal' Film building. Could I have had my friends and supporters for this splendidictory and

Mii i l.t..dTrc: Willard! E. Wynn i at the Telegraph. Fairc-loth and Louise 1 1I ']'At Florida Kent In:>urancc to pay these I :shall endeavor to show my appreciation by shins you

and) .-hi'.fieri' !" spent last week at I Mrs Marv Lane of Jacksonville Johns called on Hosey Mosley Sunday rents while my tenants areforced four of faithful. fair
I years and conscientious: sen ice
C I the weekend with het Sunday afternoon. They II
th A Roberts cottage on spent out?
-Jubal. t the story of a I'ingt'drifter :
i health. |
KIII1I: f,tke mother Mrs. Bertha Pearce. her improving slowly in who never has to look for on jour Board of County Commissioners.
and children I
Lillian Padgett
----- spent part of last Sunday with trouble, opens Sunday at the Florida Charley E. Johns

., Lillian's mother and stepfather.Mr Theatre with Glenn Ford in Sincerely,
t and Mrs. J. I. Padgett at the title role. Also in the cast is

J My Heartfelt ThanksTo M.irietta.Mis.. Homer. Smith and daughter. Ernest winner Borgnine.for his role AcadE'myward in "Marty." & Son Agency HAROLD K. NORMAN

Shirley of Highland \\.t'le j In addition to the male stars

calling on some of the Clay Hill ,"Jubal" introduces a new British

The People of Bradford County folks One day last week. 'beauty. Valerie French and de- Phone 13 Starke, FlaYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYTYTT ': (I'd Pol. Adv )
,mare Felicia Farr in the leading
Th pre-school round-up : _. ---
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d I INA1URAl feminine roles. = -'" --_ : .
Middleburg: was reported as avery = _--' ---3i--= = =-=-c.:

successful check-up for the i I Almost as important as the actors =-=- -- -- -'--=.--- .",---,, -- -- -- -- ---:---.: -
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MWRj1ACKBUE1MJUPOWDS Fur your confidence in me as expressed: by your splendid ..hil
startrt children! attended and none seemed tell is the magnificent mountain

ll rote Tuesday, electing me your School Hoard member afraid of the doctors as some background against which the film
should photographed the Grand! LARGE
are on these occasions.Ve was SHIPMENT OF
Bill WILLIAMS = r from District: Two I am fully conscious of the re I, tea h our children that the doctoris Tetons in Wyoming. MERCHANDISE

Directed by PARRY RIttR with this office and I take this a friend not an enemy. I
Associate Producer tOWABDl ALPEBSON. ao
Written t)MAURICE GfRAGrtTf An ALCO Hobby Knight preached for up Mrs. Wilma Stewart

Flotation Released Ihrg 20th Century Tot opportunity to renew my pledge for an honest, efficient last refreshing: Saturday sermon.night and Rev.delivereda F.abb Dies In JacksonvilleFuneral COMING IN AND WE NEED SPACE !

-AND- and business-like administration of your School Board, will be with us next Saturday I
services for Mrs. Wilma
looking forward always to the best possible; educationof '1. night so come on out and be Stewart, who died I 1.1st Friday
with us. Singing stalls at 7:30;

our children. and preaching- R. Come on I I night in a Jacksonville hospital
1 held afternoon at 2 9 PIECE BEDROOM
I were Sunday
/ and help us with the singing and 95
I :o'clock in the Beaver Street Baptist
% M : stay for the preaching services _
I All are welcme.Xext I Church with Rev. George

utai ..rrnrse"r"a Sincerely Sunday June 3, is com- Hodges' and Rev. Jimmie Dobbs::1 GROUPING I
a I, munion service at Clay Hill and'officiating. Burial was in Sap -

Cemetery near Raiford under the
i all members are urged to be '
direction of Seashole Funeral Parj

W. C. (Billy) POWELL% I piesent.the Singing On) June Conevntion 10 we will at have Clay j: lors.

I Mrs Stewart was born in Gler I
Hill and June 17th will\ hei
ilofru>9 St. Mary and had lived in Jack .
Homecoming at this little
i j
RICHARD DENNING I church !;nnville for 14 years. I 's .1 dryj /

KATHlEEN CIOWKT VIRGINIA OBEY I 1 Survivors include her husband.Joseph : e II 'I ,I I

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tPd.( Pol. Adv ) -----------------WWWWyW---------- ( : one daughter.
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Plus "Kit for Hat" Cartoon & Mrs. Clara Nell Downing Jacksonville I

Chapt :\u..1 Serial .. STATE FARM r ; a sister. Mrs. Percy Ca-.1

[ 'son. Jacksonville: and nine broth '
r '
Ls L3 M t
ers. Arch Earl Lester, Oad
T. I. SAPP i Ky Janet Turner
.Frank and Marshall Dobbs. all of,

Now I I'hone 1S5-J 'Raiford; Clarence Dobbs of Glen,

Sun.. Mon., Tues. I Open 'I 1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj ,St. Mary; Arlie Dobbs Lawtey.

June 3, 4, 5 and Cue Dobbs of Jacksonville
j i Mr. and Mrs. M C. Roberts 4dl .

I j have had as their guest: for the #

j Sales and RepairsOn past two weeks Chief E. B. Williams THE RIGHT POINT for the i, tii

JUBALWith who leave way you write. Come in and select -
I was on from
I your favorite ESTERBRfljOK
duty in Japan.I "'r
Outboard Motors, Boats, Lawn Mowers and Mrs. Arthur Case Of Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. I

Glenn; Ford and Rod j I Oceanside N. Y. are spendingthis I -T .I :

Steiger Any Kind of Air-Cooled Motors week visiting her brotherinlaw ,W yl A -

i and sister. Mr.. and Mrs. Louis CHIROPRACTICFOR
Plus "Mousier Herman" Car- I
toon Fishing Tackle, Motorcycle Motors Dean Mrs. Dean's mother, Mrs. ,I ASTHMA
John R. Gorman has the
I I spent .\ pressure on the nerves

Wed Thurs. and Fri. Etc. winter months visiting in her I that supply the bronchial tubes Double Dresser Mirror Bookcase Bed
home. Mrs. Gorman will return I not only I causes a constriction of -- Inner-Spring
June 6,, 7S i to New York with her son-in-law the
tubes but

., tateanttutseeuwtiM CHAKLIK I'LMER, formerly of J & J I and daughter to spend the sum- I of the produces lining an of the inflammation I Mattress and Matching Box Spring -- Goose Neck

t :Marine Sales. Lake City now ready to sere o mer months. tube Remotal of the nene I
I Mrs. T. A. Yawn and sons pressure will readily correct Lamp -. 2 Pillows -- 1 Chenille Bedspread
BCHMDWIOMARK you at any time. Call by and see me, and I spent Friday visiting her parents. I this condition.Rciiiiv .

let me rig up your boat. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. i is such a case: I REGULAR $184.65

I Dr and Mrs. H. J. Kucera attended A young man had suffered
Sales, Ser\ice and Parts for Johnson I the State Dental Convention with asthma and an irritatingskin

OF GOLD :Motors Stains Plywood Boats, Winner I at Miami from Friday rash for ten sear All I:

,; through Wednesday this week. types of treatment were tried LARGE

MAIZETTERUNGHIGEL D I Fiberglass Boats Fiberglass, Lone Star Boats.Aluminum and I, The Kuceras For.tainbleau stayed Hotel at the beautiful during- without-rno\ed Succe the,,. nene A Chiropractor II PILLOWS NOW fi 95 I

, pressure ,
PATRICK :I I the convention.Mr. I and both conditions were corrected I: S REGULAR $13.95 I Ii

GEORGE COLE LEND FfelUNC MOTORS WHILE REPAIRING and Mrs. K G. Stringfellowspent much to the siu-prLse of

DONAWWOLFIT : the weekend at the Wilson the patient: and las many i Slightly Soiled In Shipment
nr TICltIlltOlOI YOURS cottage on Kingsley Lake. They friend

j had as their Sunday guest Mr. Consult Your Chiropractor
Plus "Job for Gob" Cartoon
a \i iJlIl I and Mrs Iwnan Green and daughters 'I First

I Charlie Ulmer Mechanic of Starke. .I In Starke It's


I I i Jacksonville and Mr. and MrsJ. BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC

COMING VERY SOON I I R. Hardee and daughter of
The Show You've Been Waiting \ i Gainesville! were guests of Mr I OF STARKE{

s For I and Mrs. M. C. Roberts last Sun- \ CLINICS

Herb's Drive-Inn Starke. I 431 416 W. Call St.
, FORBIDDEN PLANET: at Fla. day.Mr. I Blocks North of Post OfficeIn Phone 151LR.,1

\ = I I and Mrs. Spencer Crewsand Starke

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friends of any one as they:
brought her three dinners that
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;.Mrs. Juice T. I'utth111111LAAALA11A11UAi11ai Mr* John MeKiniwyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA V"V
'tmlay( visitors at the W'llie
Curf:; home were Mr. and Mrs D. 7

O.-.MO Cason of Pine Level, Joe andVuil j LarmVaAbt' a
MiAil.t: CoNon of Tucson, Mr. ;md Mrs J II :0..1. Kieney'iuf : ys
Gnffis of New River, Jim I $
Arizona ..InofIrs.. F.dward'llt were Satiiilanv'! :1l
H.i'ii.l'on! of Starke, and Mrs.I. .
01" N<-,,' .Jersey were Thursday 1 guests ofIr: and: Mi< J-.hr:
slie: Prevail and daughter of 1 Mi Kinm'JOhnn ',
euc.ts of Mrs Margaret Kelly \
: fire; State Farm. :
.rid Mr and Mrs. lie!mie K:..llyMi :, Wall !.- home 0:; a i 1 li-_'
TL'! H. T. Markham family of t \lay leaHe has f.nibhtMi l-i_.,
and :Mis. Lynn Hamilton 01 j
i.i.esvile: were Sunday guests ofMr I :raining in San Antonio
Try. '- I
l 11 ksonvilie visited Mr and M.1! -
: 1 and Mrs Dan Starling. I and ]left Thursday afternoon' : i
II H. Hamilton on Thursday eciing
The O J. Phillips family and Kansas, where he will be taLl<, '
Norman Hamilton ante: the :\11-- Katherine Me David visited I ed. His wife Emily will po \.1,r::' Pwbc ilir: 17
Ja.'ksom'ile! and
:aim spent
in Theressa on him. e .
weekend with his parents. .tc V 3
undiy .
Kate Starling and son R\
The Priests visited relatives -
: and :Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson visited her son Pod Starling, ir
Welboin on Sunday. ,m-l! family were guests of Mr.in1 Gainesville Sunday. He has !been
Recent visitors of the Rowel! Mrs. Xoon Mott in Brooke I sick bu: is improved at this time t
Prevail family were Mr. and Mrs /on Sunday Mrs. Horace Carmichael, and'

Joe Jo'ulsythIrs.. Ina Knight and :Mis Joe Shuford and children I j M r. and Mrs. Ed Parrish weie1 i
son, Ronnie and Tom ForsUh of i if St. Augustine, and Mrs. M. B. I shopping in Gainesville last ;Mon-
Hampton, Mr. and Mrs Floyd Plummer of Miami da
were weekend
of New River, and Mr. Junior High School The i itmnem cmerit committee y.1Ir I
Wiggins j and :Mrs
Harley t31
,, ;guests; of Mrs. John Shuford and ling
and Mrs Ernest Southerland of 'umiiu-neenien EvreiW.i c .nsi-itcd ..lameC', Smith, Joyce Dave. had as Sunday guests Harley's (Quantity Rights Kvserved: Prices Good(; Thru Saturday. June :2!

Lake Butler. Twentone: pupils. of the La\v- T. Futih and Earl S Hoffman. Mr. and :Mrs. Herm I sister Mrs. Murrie Osteen and
Mr and Mrs. Clyde Hiatt and tey Junior High School received I Baccalaureate Sermon I I were shopping in Jacksonville I son, Lem Parnsh of Miami. I
daughters were shopping in Jack diplomas in graduation exercisesat Rev. E. C. Harvey pastor of i,j Saturday.Miss onj ::\11'. and Mrs John Moody and Maxwell House (Limit One With Food Order)
Thurs- the Highland Baptist Church, delivered I
sonville on Saturday.The the school sons were visiting in JacksonviM-!
Eighth Grade and their, day night. May 21. the baccalaureate address Patricia Parrish spent I last Sunday.We .
I address last morning in the school Sunday with Miss Mary Jane
teacher. Earl Hoffman, anj The Commencement Sunday ; Clark are sorry to report the il-!
guests Mrs C. 4J. Hiatt and Mr. j was given by Rep. Doyle E. Con- auditorium. Rev. Edgar Wilkinson I 1 i near Heilbronn ness of Ike Lefevre, who hay
Conner, visited the Wax Museum i ner. speaker elect of the '57 gave the invocation and Rev I Miss Marie Prevatt, who has been in Bradford County Hospit.i. 1-LB
M. Wakefield, the benedic- j;i: been staying with her COFFEE
and other points of interest in legislature.Rev. Troy aunt. Mrs for the past week. He is slou;\ 79CLimit
St. Augustine on Wednesday I Rev. Edgar Wilkinson pastor of tion.The W. P. Kemp Jr., has gone to stay improving and his many fnemK! CAN

Rev. A. E. Massey and I.. C. the First Baptist Church of Law- 21 members of the class]I I with her mother in Green Cove wish for him a speedy recovery
Casque spent Saturday in Tampa. I tey, gave the invocation, Hugh (pictuied above I are: Bernice I since school is over.. His two sons, Jack and Johnn
They stopped in Wildwood on B. Ingram Jr., principal of the I Privett. Alma Privett, June Stalling The ninth grade students were and daughter, :Mrs. Hazel Laney

their way back, and visited L. school, made announcements, and I Ferrell Jean Bradley, Betty I entertained with a party at the and granddaughter Pattie Laney I
I awarded by School Norman, Geraldine Bon :Melson[ Privett home of
C's mother. Mrs. Carrie Casque. diplomas were Starling: on Thurs Indianapolis Ind. have leturn-
Mrs. Casque is much improved and Supt Harmon P. Morgan. Rev. nie Starling, Ola Mae Phillips day night and with a bal beruedchicken ed to their home. Also his son
( 6 with Food Order
hopes to be at home soon. I A. E. Massey, Faith Baptist Linda Gaskins, Terry Futch, A. H. supper at the home of I Tom and wife of Tampa. )
: Church, gave the benediction. Harley William Winton Parrish :Mr. and :Mrs. Hugh B. Mrs. John Surrency
IngramFriday was v :.it- Tall Cans
Mrs John Pons and family of I Evaporated
Tallahassee spent the weekend Mary Julia Futch played the Donald Teston, Carl Yarbrough, I night. ing her son-in-law and daughter PET MILK 3 35C

with her patents Mr. and Mrs. processional and recessional, and Ronald Perint, Freddie Dinkins I Mrs. Claudia Strickland of i, Mr. and Mrs. Mack McKenzie of

Bryant Reddish. They all visited also accompanied the chorus of Marvin Futch Blaine Thompson, I Gainesville: was the Friady overnight -I I j Jacksonville, last week. ,
Mrs. Reddish's mother, Mrs. Frank i i I seventh and eighth grade pupils, Herman Pringle, Tom Tatum, and I : guest of her sister .I Little Stevie Jerrell of Hampton r

Dorman. in Jacksonville on Sunday who sang. Gary Bennett. i Elizabeth Terry. I Lamar is visiting Freddie Starling Amazing New Detergent
Starling of Jacksonville
afternoon.Mr. Miss Adel Dinkins of Jacksonville
and Mrs. James Milliard: Mr. and Mrs. N P. Nicks have Rev. E. C. Harvey and son Ed- I j I I spent the weekend with her,,, was the weekend guest of his parents Large Package
had recent their daugh- I Mr. andIt.s.:: '(toy Starling. WHITE ARROW 19C 1
and family of Jacksonville were as guests die. of Highland were Sunday I parents. Mr and Mrs. Paul Dink
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and ter-in-law, Mrs. Edward Hicks dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs ins and Freddy. Charles Dinkins I I! and grandmother, Mrs. Kate:

Mrs. Carl Hilliard. | and family of Memphis, Tenn.. I 0. J. Anders and Billy. of Starke was the Sunday guest I Starling.
j Mr and Mrs. F. M.
Watson of
I of the Dinkins. I I
__ .. .____ 4Jtewt..iT i iI Mr. and Mrs Coleman Phillipsof i II Fairbanks and her son who has
I Waldo spent Sunday with Mr. I I- Recent guests Of Mr. and Mrs 'I been in the armed forces in Paris Shortening (Limit One with Food Order)

:, : : From where I sit..iy Joe Marsh I and Mrs. O. J. Phillips. I J. E. Warren were Mr. and Mrs.Marvin I were dinner guests Sunday of Mr
Mrs. Leslie Sweat and daughters Warren of Jacksonville! !I and Mrs. J. $un ency.

of 1ax'ille'isited Mrs. Sam Mr. and Mrs.. J. B Dye of We are sorry to report that ri
I I Hicks and :'.11'. and Mrs. Glenn I Kingsley Lake visited A.1.:: i I Campanello is a patient in Bradford LB
More Than I Shuford Tuesday. !j Blanchard and family on Satur County Hospital.
I Astor
Miss Mary Julia Futch of Tal day.Mr Russell)) Starling and wife Wil- 3 CAN 69Cainr

She "Bargained" For : lahassee is spending a few days and :'.[1'5. H. C. Harris and j I' ma have accepted jobs at th

I with her family. She, with her. Mr.: and Mrs. George: Stokes of i Florida Farm Colony.

mother and brothers, attended toi i Brunswick. Ga visited Mr., and Mrs. P. O. Starling and Mi I I
Dad Baker retired from active sent her a bill for exactly what business' in Jacksonville Saturday j Mis. Carl Prevatt and Mrs. Henry and :Mrs. li Hines< were visitin:::

dair'in -se\'fn or eight years ago the milk cost: 73tf a quart I The R.V.. Mosley family ofj i Sapp last week. their mother :Mrs.: Elizabe; /I<...-. --
-but still keeps a half-dozen pureFrom", I sit, it's easy to : Orlando were weekend guests oMr. [I Mrs. Pearl Campbell spent the Hines in Xew berry last Sunday

breds: more or less as a hobbr., misunderstand if you don't get i and Mrs. R. M. Mosley Sr. ]:i weekend in Gainesville: with rela- j i Mrs. Hines fell and broke her to'' Hershey's (Limit One with Food Order)

Did goes all-out for these six. all the facts.: That's, hy we ought I Mrs. Donald, Bennett and Mrs ti\-es. I I lIar bone, but: is doing nl(,<

Temperature-controlled barnex to consider the other fellow's I Troy Bennett were shopping I in: llir.:i and Mrs. Walter Wilkinson otherwise. 'I-1
works. before talk out. For Jacksonville: Wednesday. j Mrs. Allen Ward has
pensive feed the As a viewpoint we i ;! have recently moved into their letum C
result his milk lias a low bacteria example, you have jour reasons ; Mis Eve Godwin of Starke was ,, new home, next door to the Dan to her home in St. Marys. ; ,> LB
count, a high butterfat content. for liking particular be\erages. the Sunday dinner guest of her i' Starlings, on the Raiford road. (, after undergoing an operation i I'

And as a favor to neighbors, he I have mine. And whether \' e're ,i mother Mrs Mary Reddish. We Friends of Mrs John Brown will! I Bradford Hospital. Mrs. Waul- I BAG

sells it just two cents above the talking about buttermilk or beer are happy to report that Mrs.i be glad to know that she is much sister, Xorma Jean, is spendin.: .n ar
...let'a each i, lletl.iihlf was able to removethe the summer with her.
ordinary price. try to reject other'sRecenth' 1: improved since she came home '.
casts from her' which 1 : .1l'S.Hllie:: Fogg of
Friday Stark.
a neighbor complained point of\iew.Lopynght arms from Bradford County Hospital. Visited her
were broken recently. Mrs.
-as>led if she couldn't get +. Mrs E. C. Tyner returned to Roberts Kqtuii: i I t
Q 17' Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp had :asStindav Sunday
the milk "at cost Dad agreed, lu : her home in Sanford on _ _
? Mr. u _
O"Y ir =: afternoon guests Mr. and I and Mrs II. Jot.'asd'I -i n- _c: :: : :=.::--_- =:-==-: --__ _=-_=_ =
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Mrs!' Everett Burner of Jacksonville I at theirs < an.i'
.__. '"'I! Mr, nn.| Mis!' Pete Bur- her father. J B. Teston. Ed Te I! on Lake Curl'frs. .
}Wilt, Lr 1./l l States lirfucr\ h'un'll.-, ,t r'm:1':, :, 11!"). TOM* Mrs ton of Tampa visiting his father i ::\ Pearl Reynolds of Ja- !Ji J- Sunny/one// / Tender Smoked
'hi week.Mr .
.-1o ....- -- ------ -. --:"' ;;.._._ ..... ---F..._. =-- ,i' sonvillo spent last week with hi',
-" ',",'- __ v _;..J"t.;:: : ,, and Mis. L. P. Rafuse and sister Mrs. Bessie Wasdin I
.1 .lighter.: Joan, and grandchildren j Jimmie Davis of Waldo I II 1
tended: t services at the South I spending a while with his gri" '
K.u'iside I: Baptist Church 1 Jast ;!: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Be! '
ATTENTION S'inilav.1TA' ; Dyal.

Klwts: Officers i j The' Carl Brought family a-!., !

The Parent-Teacher Association i the Bill Cain family all enji-\, ,. i
I L' t in the school library Tues- J j the day at Sampson Lake 1 1.i-t:

il.+iv night with the vice president, Sunday gathering black barn It.I -.-
FARMERS H (' Hatley, in charge. After a i I Mrs Ihighic: Beard of Gam"-

lurcf business session, the no mivilla' spent Wednesday of 1 11-t 8-12 LBS.

nating committee presented the! week with her parents Mr ariii l HALF
following slate of officers for the Mrs F M. Griffin.
ensuing year: President, Mr". Wilton Stalling former: oi or
Daniel L. Stone: Ciee President, i Graham and now of Alma, rt.;,
; Mis. Ed Dutban; Secretary, Mrs.Vi |l is visiting his grandparents! WHOLE
< kv Jones; Treasurer Miss I j and Mrs. Perry Starling.
I. Dorothy; Swanbon These officers I :'.!r. andIrs.] V. L. :McKmnewent : \'

I will! begin their duties in the fa 11. to Tryon, X C. last Friday
The 9th grade won the room afternoon and returned to then

ount. home in Gainesville Sunday, stripping

Doris, Charles and Chirley Tanner in Graham, where they were '' 'Eat.Rite" Flavorful i I
are their supper guests of Mr. and Mrs I
spending summer
va, anon with their sisters, Mrs. John McKinney Pound
Lois Tucker and Mrs. Clarence Everyone is invited to attend ,Ii CHUCK RUAST"EatRite" 39C :
I Mosley! in Jacksonville. i church next Sunday at the Gra ,

Miss Shirley Rosier and 1Ti s. ham Baptist Church. Rev George
PRODUCE EXCHANGEOF i Clarence Moseley of Jacksonville, I Tison of Orange ]Height"111 ;
brir.gthe Sirloin Round
j and the Quincy Rosier family enjoyed message. Sunda'N or I
I School. 10 ::
a fish fry at Hampton Lakelast a.m.Iorning Worship

COLUMBIA, S. C. t Saturday.Mrs. I' Evening 11 a in Worship.Training 8 Union.pm. 7 p
J. Waits 69CI
C. of Grove Park,
Mrs. W. T. McCannon. and Mrs I I

Mae Wells attended the Postmasters I'P I .
IS NOW OPERATING I II Convention in Jacksonville i i Eu'v'E' ., 'q ::.. _; :'- .":: .-- .'- -'-- -- ,-- -- '-__ u ._ _-_ _'___ -_-__ :' t::::: ::-I::___
II I Tuesday night. I
I I Miss Charlotte Tanner of I Flag Brand Fancy
f sonville is spending some Ja.ck-I I t>y :}\11'11. H. :M. :M-IIae

AT STARKE I: with her Tanner.parents, Mr and Mrs.Louelle I 11UUUUUUU11U11r I and Mrs. Woodrow SLICED BACON 3 1-Lb Packages $4.00

Ed May has!' accepted a position Thomas
I in Daytona: : and Is staying with i and children of Brooker .'pen t

-ion-in-iaw :tnd daughter Mr j jin I Saturday night with Mrs
State Farmers !Market I Thomas'
,! Mi.- Herbert Ne'tie-. I; E, C. Lewis.parents We;, hear Mr. that and then Mrs Fresh PorkBOSTON

I !son.' Mead, is at home for a few Pound

I days also. Florence from Aberdeen Haltiwangir, M.IMis. of BUTTS 39C

Wash Your Clothes I Jacksonville)) who has been visiting

I II her sister. Mrs. Margie Underhill -
I i Pound and other relatives v' Fancy

WE ARE READY TO BUY YOUR Starke.her spent brother part of last ueekwith Pounds
and sL;t(':-r.-
For 40c! law the H. M. McRaes.Mr FRESH BLACKEYE PEAS 2 25C

and Mrs. A. F. Hall am': ,
PEAS -- BUTTER BEANS -CORN -- I FREE Bleach If Desired! family of Jacksonville spent Bar-

urday night and Sunday vi.-h I Fresh TenderGREEN Asa

PEPPERS EGG PUNT relatives Ardelia here.Hall of Jacksmui!'. POUNDS I
-- -- We Will
spent Saturday night with Pans' BEANS 2 29C

Dry Your Clothes Crosby. ,
CUKES ETC. : Charley I'nderhill Jr. of Jacksonville ,
-- :Mr. and :Mrs.: BIshopThomas ,
For 20cIn
I and family of Brooke
New Automatic Driers! and Mr and Mrs. W. C. Conner ,
and daughter, Yvonne, were lIn-

MANY OTHER IT EMS IN DEMAND o I day II. H.dinner Lewis guests of :'.!r. and Mrs '

We are sorry to hear uf :V Ice Cream G59c

The V/asheleria/ !! .illness: and of Mrs.Roman O. R.Alvarez! Alvarez son v-i ofMr.

1 PHONE 196 E wish him a speedy recovery
(pm pIe,8.. &t&rke Arley :McRae: of Gainesville

... . I visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs .
i Y, -, t'. :__ '''- .. : :_ 'j--, Z- : i | J W McRae, Friday of last week :.



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few days with her son and daugh- I Uv Ozora J. 'ihpU By Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127Mr
Mr. and Mra Kenneth '
By )IN. F. 15. CatIenAAAAAAAAAAAi1AaAaaAAa )lr'.. Oscar Carter fly Mrs. Lucy :'orinan

Russ and new grandson in Mel- ; : .. W. i;. lI.m'.,III Installed P nl; Theme, ::agII as ccnd.utcii '
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Atoman's Club PartyUnder by Mrs Fein Kearns who

May Day Quern I We extend our sympathy to Rev. 'I L1' j i1tc The Bill: Wilson.! of Jacksonville the mo:>,,-hun o.ik.of i-ille-l or. ('.t. h representative of anvl Mi.S.ir., ,. S .u. .-

C. B. Stallings in the loss of his ;jI : Mi.ss Madeline Norman of Mrs Daviii Nelson's front lawn, the local branches to give an account and ih.ldren! of thtS'..:t' K.: ::

brother W. B. V. Stallings of :Miami and Mrs. John Aguiar and j! Mrs. W. B. Dawson officially became of their year's accomplish- were dinner guests l.ts'r.; I lt>

Knoxville Tenn. Mr. Stalling c :Nancy of Jacksonville visited the I I the new president of the ments. Changes in the County of the Lacy =" ,'rmotn".

passed away last week. I Oscar Carters Wednesday of last I Keystone Heights Woman's Club Council By-laws were discussed Mr. and Mrs. Dick Stalling; .I::'':

Mrs. Bill l'lummer and daughters. week. for the coming year on Tuesday, and voted on. Mrs Ralph Dan- children of Heilbronn wer S ir.

and Mrs. M. F. Hazen of c Among those attending the Fellowship -I[ May 22. at the club's annual gar- son. District Four President was ] day dinner guests of the Albcr:

Starke were visiting Mrs. Lillie ; ,p Meeting anj Sing last I den party. Retiring president introduced, and she installed the :| Normans.

Cone and Mrs. A. L. Green last Friday! night at Kingsley Lake i Mrs. Charles Smith. introduced new officers for the coming year i' Mrs. W. C. Hardee and dul,!!,'no

week. 1 I Baptist Church were the A. J. I j Mrs. Dawson to the ladies who I Mrs. Mae Tucker of Orange Park'' and Miss Maggie Cn'wpt'i1

I Mr. and Mrs. Benny Thomas Crawford D D. Conner. Fisher i had come to enjoy the afternoon. i will be the new president and the weekend in Callahan with the

II and Chris Corbett and Jeanette ; J. Gaskins. Mr. Blair of Macclenny, |' and Mrs. Sara McDonald preceed-j I Mrs. Kearns will serve again Oscar Vansants.Mr. .

rL II I Thomas of Gainesville were visitedby I Mr Copeland and Marcus Con- j ed to install the officers. givirg ( this time in the office of vice- :' and Mrs Berton Cunr.her-

I Mr. and Mrs. Benny Thomas I ner. I.I Mrs. Dawson the official Club I j president. Mrs. J. C. Horton of of Jacksonville spent Sund.iy with:

Other officers installed ; Orange Park will be Ruth Marr
Sr. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Gaskins |: gavel. Treasurer.
of I Mr. and Mrs. E. C Lewis Mrs. i visited Mrs. Buddy Xorman in i I I I bv "[rs. McDonald were: MM.: '; Following the installation. Mrs. '! Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Norma-i\
Parrish. daughter
\ugima Reeda I ,, Vice President: ] Tucker declared! the and son Larry, were supper guests!
Mrs. Parrish of Reed Lewis and daughter, Alachua General Hospital Sunday Gay Livingston. meeting adjourned
M Guy
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and Mrs. Paul Faulkner and son Paul afternoon. !|I Mrs. J. R Cook. Recording Secretary -; and invited everyone to of the Richaid Sapps in Green
Bi ukei. was May queenb
vote at the Brooker of Starke, and Mead Lewis of Misses Cecil and :Mosel Conner:! : Mrs. Mary Goat wright. Corresponding share the delicious luncheon served -, Cove Springs Saturday. The oc -
popular ('I : B. by the ladies casion was Larry's birthday !
Bainbridge Md. were dinner guestsof Secretary: Mrs. R.I j of the Orange an.
!iumoi High School. She 13 a are spending this week in Jack- ;:
dent in the 8th grade and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas [ ,-unville with their uncle! and aunt. ,:''Weld. Treasurer: and Mrs. F.lbertI Park organization. The next meeting he received some useful gills
Tuesday. I 2.) (iraduated IMF. ..netwith' in .uiilres.s m; ':'..Ieatu Altman. elected to serve three of the County Council which : Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Norman
ceremonies Mr Mrs. Hicks. |
and Ray
reigned at May '! of I'p He zrd thefact the board of directors j will be next September and Mr. and Mrs. Charles M{}sc-
1. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas ii j Pictured dbove die the 2'> lug empn.ts years on will beheld |
school May will shownat
at the on A religious film be
i Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. graduates Oi! RJE High School j that the w 01 iii tllli.1u.> lookmg -, Mrs. Dawson gave: a short'speel.h ; in Keystone Heights. ly of Jacksonville! spent the weeKend -

I Tim Thomas Sunday. I j who received their diplomas in for people who can measureup. j the church Sunday night, Juno of appreciation and announced :Summer :Schedules! | with the L. :\Normans;

Bridal :Shtmer Carr was Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis of I II commencement exercises Thursday adding that nustieating people 3. Everyone is invited tc attend j i that she had already ap- During the summer months Zettie Padgett returned home

Mrs Lavonnia Hodges bridal shower I I Starke spent Thursday with lr.1 night of last week. First is anti-Democratic and anti- Paul Xewsome of Miami, and ,'.; pointed several committee chair- Sunday School at the Community i last:; Friday after spending awith w eek
honored with a lovely \ mother Mrs. Perry Newsome. and will be Church will the J.Y.. Manns .it ('Ii.! :
May 25, at the 'and Mrs. Bishop Thomas and fam- 1 iJleft( to right I : Palm Diggs. Christian.The men. The complete list i ii start at 9. rather !

Friday night.The center was 'ily. Annett Bryant, Vernell Bradwell, Salutatory address was I daughter. Edna of Staike visite-1 i,i i announced later.. j than 9:45: a m. Church Service:, Hill

Civic! Center.decorated with yellow 1 Pearl Lavender of New RiverI I Louise Diggs. Beverly Hawkins delivered by Dorcas Franklin oni! the Jack Clarks Saturday morn- ,, Mrs McDonald was pleased to | will begin at 10 a.m.. rather than'' Rev. E. C. Harvey plt'.i' hj

beautifully and asrort-I was the guest of Jaunita Stalnaker Lillian Leggett Dorothy Jenkins "Recreative Living" and the ing ', have the honor of presenting Mrs. 11 a.m. i the baccalaureate sermon at the

and green crepe Games paper were played I Tuesday. j Dons Wlliams. Second row: Valedictory was given by Aretha' Mr. and Mrs. Claude Nm man Smith. retiring president. with Mass every Sunday at St. Wil-i Laxvtey Junior High Shcoo last

eo flowers. 3;) who Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Starling and Thelma Goodwine LeVern Bar- Williams on "In Today Walks Tomorrow 'I and family of Miami and Mrs. two lovely gifts from the board liam's is at S a.m. until Xo1.. Sunday morning.

and enjoyed by the Doris guests Chambersand children of Jacksonville spent the 1 ber Lester K. Randolph. Sammie ,I susie Norman and granddaughter. ,1: members and retiring officers. The Ladies of the Altar Societyare I School was out last Friday but

attended.Mrs. Lem Mrs.Davis each won a weekend with Mrs. Groover Thorn- I j, Brown, James Edmond Long. i Diplomas weie presented by I[ Marsha Sponsholtz of Dinsnwne. I They were beautifully wrapped in selling baked goods after ': the children will have t() go b.u k

Hostesses for as. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson of Otis Singletary Jean Holmes, Supt. II. P. :Morgan, and awards visited the Oscar Carters and Mrs. ; white paper with silk ribbons. Mass in front of the church each June 1 to get their report c ardDon't ---

prize the occasion in a game.were Mrs. T. W. Mar- Jacksonville were visiting her Sunday I Jimmie Moore, Roosevelt Kelly. were presented by Principal C'I I Carrie Norman last week. j and when opened revealed a se; I Sunday for folks who like a forget: church arvl! Suncia\:

Mrs. Earl Green Mrs. Floyd afternoon. I Third row: Aretha Williams, Bet C. Anderson of Lnwtey Training Rev. Milton Dukes of Charleston i of four folding T V-tables and I hearty'SlJnda morning breakfast.Mr. School next Sunday.

Wiggins Key. Mrs. Russell Green Mrs. I Sylvia Jane Starling of ty Mack, Margaret Mooie Dor School. The American Flag. presented -I I S. C. visited:; friends here last j two beautiful hanging planters for and Mis. W B. Cahoon .)f TYYYYYTTTYTYYYYTYTYYYYYtLONG

Parrish and Mrs. G. \V. Davis. I vile was the weekend Ja'kson'l cas Franklin, John Britt, Bishop i I by American Legion Post ]| week. He preached at the church I her front porch.Assisting I Gainesville were rel'l'nt"i..itor.-<

Guy Junior High Graduates Linda Sue Thomas.Mr. McDougall. Arthur Parks. Ar- J311 i and Auxiliary. was accepted ;j Sunday night.Dr. j Mrs. Nelson with the at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey BRIDGE

I and Mrs. John Chandler.Dr. by Principal Eddie Thompkins I'I j were Mrs. Clinton Denny. Baxter.
Graduation exercises were held mandarine Easley I H. I:. Uollinger brought a I party ;: AND NEW RIVER
the Brooker Junior High School 1 Crosse were Sunday guests of }olr.1 Gilbeit Porter, executive with deep appreciation. Gideon Bible message at the 1 and Mrs. Bert Chnstoffers. TheI 1 Mrs. TAbby Campbell and three'

at Monday night. Judge T. A. Yawn 'and Mrs. A. I. Mann. I secretary of the Florida State I I School closed on Monday May: church last Sunday antI everyone i I tea-table was beautiful with an daughters left Sunday for Newport .Mrs. E. A. SappAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAA4

inspiring talk. Supt. H. P. Mr. and Mrs. Reddick Thomas Teachers Assn., thrilled the auJi- :2S. | enjoyed hearing him. : unusual 'over imported from I News. Va.. where they will! ,
gave an I of Lake City were visiting Mrs. i I !i China. and a lovely bouquet. Mrs. attend the wedding of Irs.Campbl.'Il's .
:Morgan presented the diplomas. I M\\S; : Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter and
AutoiiioMIe Accident jdniuii ;,
Joe Kelley Sunday afternoon. I f Charles Smith did the pouring. oldest: daughter. Nancy
Folks of Long nr101 t-- Church
Barbara Jean Green sang a M. D. Carter g'ur.sts'or :
Greater Antioch Church supper
Those graduating -! Rev. and Mrs. L. L. Parker and Deacon G. II. Littes and Henry Baptist Mrs. B. R. Weld officiated at Morris. Darlene is anticipating attended at
Perfect Day. the Bill Wilsons in Jackson I services Trinity
A ReA. Jenkins On Sunday
Linda Gayle Green Mar- 'daughter.. Glenda, and Mrs. Rosa! \\'ilhams1'1'{' killed instantly :i pastor. afternoon. | the table with the guest book being a junior bridesmaid in the Bible Church in Lake Butler last
were I Pinholster when the driven Williams ] part of the membership went ville last Tuesday wedding. The Campbell's will '
Green, were dinner guests of ; care by and the silver offering.Mrs. be and
shia< Padgett, Mary Ella to Pierce Station at 3 for and :, i Sunday morning, enjoyed ai
j p.m. The Fellowship Meeting in most of the
the Keystone Jones gone
Drawdy. Mr. and Mrs. Rusroll Green Sun- ; overturned on Emmett was summer and will ; by Bro. Pa: Arnold
Virginia Parrish. These men will j the dedication of the church. All Sing was enjoyed by a large crowd bowl. visit:; various relatives in mpssaJ"t''en
day. Heights highway. charge of the punch the
Marvin Mann, Mar- I a missionary of the We.slIndies.
Craig Wood Richard (Dickie) ||I The New River Baptist Church !i I be missed in the Reno community 'I those attending reported a wonderful : here Friday night. We have this:; I Everyone agreed it was a perfect I North. ,I .

vin Rogers. Clarke and Laverne had baptismal services Sunday I] but God's111 must be done. service. The sermon was I every foUl th Friday night and i I day and a perfect spot for Ian,1 Mrs. H L. Morgan.Jr. 'I Mrs. Lois Winer and children

Davis, Jimmie was Linda ;afternoon at the Mill Branch. |I Deepest sympathy to the bereaved preached by Rev. A Jenkins, who j everyone is invited to come Ce-: i the party. Assisting the hostesses I and family will leave June 7 I of Gaines'ille'isited Mr and
Dyal. Green. and Salutatorian was :' Mr. and :Mrs. Rafe Johns of families. I used "as a subject "The Forward | lowship with us. I in the cleaning-up were Mrs. for Miami, where they will attend Mrs. James Lavender last Sunday

Gayle Parrl ;Lake Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Summer Sc'h"olrthitit.... I iI Look. I Betty and Ronnie Norman spent j Charles Smith. Mrs. GeorgeSchaeffer. I the graduation of their oldest afternoon.

Farewell Virginia Party I I.JMarklee I Brannen and family of On Monday. June 4. at:30: I I New Mt. Vernon Methodist last weekepd in Jacksonville with | and Mrs II. J. Boat- child. Mary Ann. who will graduate Regular services were ht"Iat

Lake City were visiting Mr. and Chuich, Rev. L. C. Cohen pastor, their uncle and aunt. Mr. and wright. I from the Academy of'i-
7th grade was host to the I p m. registration for the Summer I. New River Baptist Church laM
class Monday night at Mrs. Russell Green and family program will be held at RJE and'' held regular services all day Sun- i Mrs. :MarvinVoods... Community Church Men I IEI'I.t sumption.Mr. Sunday with baptismal service-

the graduating civic center. Outdoor games Wednesday. I.a\\tey Training School. All par- i day starting with Sunday School ) L. C. Carter of Jacksonville1 i Wallace President : and Mrs. Bill Siprelle and I in the afternoon in the Moody-

played and enjoyed by the |j Mrs. i? A. Nettles! of Starke is ens: are asked to send their children at 10 a.m. conducted by Supt. B. | visited the O. J. Normans last I Monday evening. June 2S, the son Mike spent last weekend with i I Stephens Branch. The new members -

were who attended. Refreshments spending a fp'.v days with her sin to school to register if they J. Kelly. Church Conference at week. men of the Community Church Mr and Mrs. J. Hall Carpenter '. added to the church wereGatlt"
25 young people 'and daughter-in-law the R A. 11 a m led by the pastor. Rev. I elected new officers to the Executive of Arlington. ]I
were served during the plan to let them attend the program The Evergreen Baptist Church Andrews and Argent Tom-
Cohen; 11:30. Women's Divisionof I the Men's Club at Glad to know '
Nettle Jr. Board of that Mrs. Bud, linson.
Mrs. records
and accurate thisFunilay
Mrs. Roy Green Very will observe Homecoming '
Russell evening.Green were chaperones. |I Mr. and :Mrs. Harrold Sorrels of must be kept and it is important I Christian Service conducted) by with dinner on the a church supper held in the new (If. T. .Tr I Brown came home I Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Johns:; of

\ew Arrival I IMr I Jacksonville! spent the weekend i iI that we begin this the first day. i: the president. Mrs. M. L. Kelly I grounds and singing in the af 'I educational building. from the hospital last Friday.and I Alachua were visiting W. N '.-

and Mrs. Kenneth Russ of 'with Mr. and :Mrs. L. L. Dyal. Swimming will be hell at Lake music was furnished by the hoir. ternoon. Everyone is invited. \\'. A. Wallace was elected the I is doing well. I{, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Le.sterJohns

the arrival of | Carlene Jackson and Alton Whittemore each Monday Wednosday -' "[rs.. Cohen at the piano. 3 p m., : new president: Don Pan born [ Mrs. Pat Fraher has been in last Saturday.
Melbourne announce Mrs. Maude Wainwright spent
He has Adams of the U. of F. wei e visit- 11 regular; service with an inspiring Vice President: E. TMarin.. j the Bradford County Hospital I Mr Mrs. Harold ShiverGainesville. o!
from and
baby boy on May 21. and Friday a m'j part of last week in Gainesville I
a the afternoon.' ( sermon by the pastor. .\ and Bill Reynolds. Jr.. but expected to be home ,
een named Kenneth Dean. Mrs. ing Dyals Sunday toI p.m. Persons< interested inj i good i I and Waldo with her mother. Mrs. Secretary; when i Mrs. Nan Mood\
Russ the former Martha Sue' Arthur Kelley of Ft. Walton was 'learning to swim must enroll on report was made) bv the finance t susan and daughter. Mrs j Treasurer. The various committees this paper came off the press. I I Ralph Merritt. and Mr. and Mt <
i& the weekend committee. ReL.. Sapp j of the club will meet on the We hope she is .
Brookins of Hampton. ; guest of his parents, Monday for that activity. Prir-, C. Cohen. i Alton Bales. j feelingbettt"r. I James Lavender and family en-
sorry to hear Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelley. Jean ; cipal Thompkins. will run a bus I pastor. Aaron Kelly, reporter. I of'' fourth Monday of each month. John Thornquist is in the oyed a picnic and swim at Sampson -
We were very ,
Rogers accidentlast Noegel of Lake City was also a from Thurston School in Lincoln ; Bethelehem Freewill Baptist Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Pepper Plans are underway for the !. Bradford County Hospital. also. Lake last Sunday.We .
out Mrs. Tim I 1 i guest of the for the Church .. Miami were :Monday guests of her I Fummer-Vacation: Bible School. i Nothing serious
week. Seems as if Mrs. Rog- Kelleys week City each day at 9: IS. All aboard He1... McKay pastor. !i we hope are sorry to hear that
cleaning a floor lamp when end. Monday morning for this program :i had services all day Sunday at I mother. Mrs. Mittie Cowart. andj I which will be held June 5-29.> People wondered last Saturday Soeber Moody is ill in the Lak.-

ers fell was and broke and cut her arm. I Mrs. Roy McDavid anl son Other features will include ] :Micanopy. with St. John Baptist sister :Mrs. O. P. Hutton They Children from age 3 to II I years: afternoon what that awful noise Butler hospital. Mr an.1II"!

Took it about seven stitches. M. D. Rickey of Gainesville were visit- aits and crafts library activities. ; Church. The "1 Can" Club win :j also visited :Mrs Oscar Carter. I are invited to attend and any I was down on Lake Geneva. We, O. B. Moody are also on the sick

Harrell is getting along fine but ing Mrs. Theo Dyal Wednesday. music appreciation. typing dramatics meet at the home of Sister Wil-:I Leamon Norman and son Dan-I child of any denomination is welI I supposed it to be a boat of sorts I list.

still in the hospital. Yvonne liar- i Mr. and Mrs. Reddick Thomas of games: indoor and out- iams on Saturday night. At the] ny of Mjttni: spent most of last come.. but it sounded like a floating buzz- J Our community was shocked

i.s rel! Norman went home Tuesday Lake City were visiting Mr. and I door sports, community singing ; last meeting; the Fifth Cross ws1| week with his mother, Mrs. Car- Perhaps. in passing th::! Community saw Boating is supposed to bea 'i last Saturday morning when the

after pending several days in Mrs. C. S. Kelley Sunday after- 'I and movies. You may select the | discussed by each member and rie Norman and other relatives.The Church you haw noticed sport -. hut a noise like thatis home of M. L. Johns was dl'i -

the Alachua< General Hospital. noon. I activities that interest you most. was enjoyed by all.. Sunday Oscar C lters. M. D. Carl a new side door being put in. hardly "sporting"! Pity the ,i stroved by fire. E'erythingwa"
admitted to'' Sunday dinner guests of Rev. i should be a high day all day in'' ter and Mrs. F.ffie Johns of facing Palmetto Ave This is poor soul who brought a home on a complete loss. including all
James Padgett I A small transportation fee of lOc ,
Bradford County Hospital in and Mrs. C. B. Stallings were Mr. j I : that the church will be entirely! Staike spent last weekend in bt'ingn ttllerl: ; for the bereft of I the lake so he could! fish! 'I 1 clothing and furniture.

the Monday. lie will have a and :Mrs. Edward Clark and son of I II II will be asked of all the students in charge by the children They! Lakeland. Auburndale and Dade folks who: find it hard to maneuver !

Starke operation next week. I Gainesville and Francis Barry and I All activities are free. The Law- |' will conduct the program for the I City wih Mrs. Rosa Smith, Mr. the front steps.K.iccalaureate -

major proud of Susie Wait, Professor John Burr. ley Training School will be conducted entire day starting with Sunday and Mrs. Kenny Frank, and the Services

for We the are ribbons very she won at the 'I Dianne and Margaret Colson of by Principal Anderson. !i School. Parents and members I L C. and Carrie Smiths. I For Eighth' Grade the I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE
Starke are the week with I' are asked I Sunday e'ening.ra
spending to
Horse Show in Gainesville last RJE by Principal Thompkins: assistants come and see what We are proud of Gene Norman,
their grandparents.. and Mrs. I your children graduating:: --lass of the Keystone
Susie came in second our future church, I son of O. J. Norman who won
weekend. Dr. Florence Jenning.i held: its
School FLA.
G. B. Colaon. Also visiting the can do. Don't Heights ,
in the recent
and third on Sunday forget prayer] the grand prize
Saturday. Shell. Staff the
and Supervisor Ozora i Baccalaureate Service a
this week are Mr. and Mrs. meeting each :
Musical Stalls. She rode Sonny Wednesday night at i talent show in Staike.
Wallie Crews of Melrose. meetings will be held once each 7:30.: Community Church. AssistingPastor ;
from the Woodrow Shaw farm. I I I McKay pastor, Bridal Slioner REV. LEWIS D. IIAINES, Pastor
j Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Fowler and I II week. Volunteers and parents are | Gladys Blye J. Russell Young; in the
Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Wheeler I I son of Starke visited Mrs. asked to come in and help and : reporter i Mrs. G. L.. Sapp entertained I j Service were !graduates John Dodd|
Doshie '
Carleton spent the ] Allen Chapel A.M.E. Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town.
and Sarah I that Church last week with a miscellaneous:;
Prescott Sunday. make any suggestions you; I :,no Gary Chance.
Rev. R. J Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130
Mr.Vheeler's parents -
weekend with !| Mrs. Claude Prescott and children feel will improve the program. ;i held Washington pastor shower for her niece, Mrs. Pa- Graduation Exorcises will beheld

in Lake City. are visiting in Starke this :\I.nrlalt"nnoum.t'llIt'nt i with Sunday School at 10 a.m. i tricia Dyal of Jacksonville, the this evening in the'schoolfiiulitorium.
visiting Supt. '
Mrs. Lucille Hazen was Horace of Homer Williams in'] former Patricia Smith. The Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M.
small week with her grandmother. Mitalda :Mr. and Mrs. Tyson charge. I -
and The i
her niece Marie Mason, Gatlin who ill. Wateroak community announce adult class wastaught ] honoree received many nice gifts. Farewell Party Gi\vn I II
is I i
in GaineriVille! Monday. :Mrs. by John Givens and Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:16 P.M.
son refreshments
was and the hostess
New Orleans and I Mrs. Milton Mott and son have the engagement of their daughter, interestingly served I I Friday evening. May 23, a group

Mason is from with her parents Mr. just returned from a two weekr! Florine. to Borrie Hudson Jr., day B. T. Morris presented.will On Sun- to the friends enjoying this i of employees of Humphieys Gold Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M.
visiting teach the I I
> lainesville. visit with her parents, Mr. and son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hud class occasion Corp., and Du Pont Co. gathered
Green m ; before he leaves I
and Mrs. Lee Gainesville Mrs. A. T. Stravino in Lake son of Gainesville Florine is a19.YJ manHe for Ger- ("liiirih SIT ices i!I nt the Enlisted Men's Club to Hear the Sunday :Morning Service over WDVII at
Thomas of told of his
Mandy ,Worth. : graduate of RJE High in the experiences'I; Sunday School! 10 a..m. :Morning 1! honor Mr. and Mrs. Jim Saunders
service which all of the Ii 11am. Regular broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday.
I Mrs. G. A. Gay is now home I School. The marriage will be scholars enjoyed Rev. Worship. 11 a m. Training who will soon be leaving Kpslon

Window Cleaning after spending several days in the solemnized at the home of the ton is still sick. All Washing members' I Union 7 p.m. Evening Service, Ho.?,his Mr.! ;iunders is an. em-I

Doctors Hospital:; in Starke. I bride-elect's parents on Saturday are asked:; to for his i S p.m. Prayer Service each Wed- !I .iloyee! of th" PuPont Co.. I
Reasonable Prices :Mrs. J. It. Parrish of Palatka June 9. at 8 pm. No invitations pray speedvrecovery. I, n"sday. 8 p m. Everyone invited. |I Le'.:: ransr,---e Th hi hl'"ht
I Sister B. J. Lennon re i b-. !
Outside Only 30c up spent Saturday night with Mr. and have been mailed. so the parents porter.Mt. Rrf lzie Dullard pastor. i ft the eve r.s; was: a spoh
Mrs. G. A. Gay and family. I are using this method to invite I r: i' \Veic.: 1. Jr.. at which tine : I

W S. AfiNEW; Prop. We regret to learn that Mrs. j! all relatives and friends to attend Pisgah A.M F. Church Rev.E : Presbyterian Church IK presented Mr and Mrs Sa'incrr. j I I

393 Cherry St. Starke, Ha. Emma Gay of Chiefland is very i! the ceremony and reception which L. Walker pastor will hold with a fi"i M st if the I! Homecoming
regular services all Ft'f"c.r
ill. She is the mother of G. A. 'I will follow immediately after the day Sunday.; Satul'davdult Choir practice V --its ven- tron Ci''t"
Church school will io' Those -,'.h.-
iI j
open .1 rht.:
Gay and attended church with the'Gays marriage vows are'read.. Aftera 3pm Sunday School. 9:45: Keystone
ACITABSlOcNew many times while'ifung brief honeymoon the couple will a.m with Supt. Clark in charge. ] a.m. :'IlornmgWorship.. "The *ended fr -. Keystone vvie-i

here. !. reside in Gainesville. At 11 a.m. the sermon will be1 Unheard Gospel." 11 a nJ. Evening '! ., guest1:; r>: .honor. Mr. md.r.s j jI EVERGREEN

and better relief fur indigestion Wallace Parrish of Palatka and American Legion Auxiliary delivered by the pastor aftt"1'I Worship. "I Believe in the.I J'Ti 'Siun- =, Mr. an'lMi' (
which a Love Feast will be Mr. and Mrs. H. |
: ,
heart l hum ga* and upsetstomach. J T. and Wayne Parrish and Au- The regular meeting of Post j given.At Church," S p.m.'ednesd.'lY John Detweiler I II
7:30: p.m. the Lord's Supper'will i JMr an-l\ Mrs. O BAPTIST CHURCHSEVEN
Ask for them everywhere. stin Gay spent Sunday/ in Tallahassee 314 Auxiliary will be held at :2 Prayer ft'l'tingi:30: pm Junior L Morgan '
be> administered : and :MssV.
to all members ,' '-'"haeffnMr.
sightseeing. June 3. at RJE ; Choir Thursday. 3:30: :
j p.m. Sunday. practice. I
by Rev. Walker. All Mrs Chirles MILES WEST OF LAWTEY "
:Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Davis and High School All members are members I Is.!,:. n. M.an.j
TIIK! CIIEX CO. I and friends are invited I''% ford. Mr and Mrs. Dick S.mI i
family of Ft. Jackson, S. C. are askeit to be as toj I i )
present delegateswill
Philadelphia, Pa. : attend these sen-ices. A special I derland, Mr and Mrs. Alan! Dean, SUNDAY, JUNE 3Ll'CI
visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. W. make reports. The meetingwill I
At The TabernacleRev. Mr.
Salesmen Wanted invitation is extended to the mem- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scruc-h.
Hodges and Mr and Mrs. Lem be held in loom 9 as usual. )It?rs of Allen Chapel in the e\'ent'' I and Mrs Pawlikowski, Mr. andi ] AT ONE O'CLOCK

Davis. of j i Commander Kelly! and Vie'e- Pastor Washington is not able to ]: Patrick Arnold of the.I i Mrs Kenneth Platt. Mr. and Mr?. SININ; < IN AFTERNOON
Doris Chamberr Jacksonville commander Julius Royal, Mr. and West Indies Mission spoke and and
return to the pulpit to I Herbert Nelson,
give you Clint! Denny
FRIGIDAIRE Mrs.spent E.the wee'kend with Mr. and :Mrs. B. T )Marshall Mr.. andI your holy sacrament which is showed colored slides at the i Earl Klinefelter I Everyone Welcome/
Hodges. j i I Mrs. 11. Young. Mrs. Tabernacle Thursday night of last
I Sophia vour Christian duty to take I IVlirtr I In Sifn-i ?? .
Mr. and Mrs.
Jimmie of
Carr ',, Royal and :Mrs. Mary L. Frazier fleme:; fepl welcome to come and week. Fred Sacher of Park-of-
REST-KNOWN: Gainesville dinner' i That is a good -
THE were Sunday -
drove to Ocala on Sunday for participate with us.: RI>\. E. L..alker the-Palms was the speaker Sun- like walking under a I -- -
of Mr. and Mrs. I don't mean
the installation of the officers of '' dav morning. - ---- ------ ----- --
I \ pastor Sisiter Mary Lee ladder or a black cat just I II -_ __. n- _--_ - -
IIges.Mr. !
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: the 4th division.. All members White reporter. Services during the week were For -- --- - --
and Mrs. Ancil i ordinary everyday signs. m'l I
Tetstone and
are urged to attend this important under the direction of the different
i i ( i.l Graduation of
% Pictures I the sign at the edge I
family of Heilbronn stance.
I HEATERSAIR and Mrs George were Tetstone visitingMr. and j i meeting. A large S x 10) picture of the laymen of the group, and our tovi-n that says "25: MP.H.". !, Two Great Services Sunday!
The Jenkins-Robinson-DsSue some interesting studies and discussions Then'
; CONDITIONERS family Sunday. sraduatin class can be purchased How manv people heed iY'

I WASHERS & DRYERS Cauthern Padgett was: the luncheon | Post will meet at PolE on Sunday by each graduate and friends or were held. I there is the sign at Melrose that I

1 at 2 pjn. All the men of this parents by placing order if taken literally It First Church
guest of Rev. and Mrs. Truby your I is amusine. Baptist Hampton

I Get The Best For LessSmith's Pdrrish in Santa Fe Sunday.: I i group are asked to be present. with Supervisor Shell. The pictures fined to her home but is improving -! reads: "DRIVE IN WINDOW"! I II ,

I At Judy Stokes of Gainesville was I' Commander 'Ike" Kelly has amessage were made by Bullinston nicelv. Rev. Damon is deeply Lately. it has been brought to I'' I TENNESSEE TEMPLE COLLEE; QUARTET

the weekend guest of Kathryn of special interest to you Studio and are very good. Place grateful for all the expressionsand I our attention that another signis will conduct morning sen ice. I
and Vice-Commander Juius: Royal your orders at once at 921 Oakt. kindness being ignored. It says: I
Padgett. of the many relatives -
GarageI I j I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett I will make his report from the or at RJE High School. and friends duringthe extended "NOTICE: The Drinking of AI-I PAT BOWERS COLUMBIA I BIBLE COLLEGEwill
35th National Convention '
,.were visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. L. reient- Shut-Ins illness of his wife. May coholic Beverages la Not preach at evening service
held in Beach
I It I ft I D A I R E Waters in Lake Butler Thursday. ly Daytona Fister Marzie Barnes faithful God Bless and preserve all of you. ed." Some folks are very unhappy -
Mrs. Trudy has as her weekend who are SPECIAL MUSIC IN BOTH SERVICES
Sales and Service member of Ebenezer Baptist Card Of Thank over it people
I NEW K1VEKBAITIST rues: her step-brother ObieBlanc Church has been in Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Blye trying to bring up their children I
Palatka. Sunday School 10 A.M. B.T.U. 7 P.M
I of
We SeniceAll Makes of CHURCHI County Hospital for the past wishes to thank all persons who to be good citizens.

I Elt''trlea.lppUanC5 i I Sunday School. 10 a. m. WorI -I Mrs. Alberta: Albright of Oak wf'Pk' She was given three pintsof made a contnbtition or rendered P.T\ County Council I j I HOUR OF POWER" Wed. 8 P.M.

606 X. ship Hour. 11 a. m Evening Serv- Street recently attended the Mis- t'.ood m an effort to strengthen a service .luring their recent On Wednesday May 23. Mrs.
Temple I I
I | ict. 7pm Prayer Meeting each I s.onarv convention held in Gaines- her We w :n hea; speedy toreaverr.ert We fieppiv apprp-- !, Fred Dodd. ary Mrs. GeorgeS"haeffer Ii j Marvin E. Faile. Pa.storI1mu

I PhONE: 120 I''j Wednesday 7:30: p m. Everyone vi'.e: She "is a faithful worker of rt'-\'t'r'. ." I rii'p! p\vr\thiic:: that was done !; attended the PTA .

vtvLiun T. L. Parker pastor I NVA Ikthi! R.iptist; Chih .':"i.t." B,., !:.i n. :: _- :;:11 ...":- : h> :Ip ..* .:: ',1: irt\s of -arrow i O>uny Coun. il meeting In Orange [ - -

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I Receives the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I .-\. rrr.: .
Co. B of said'
Funeral Disease Court.
SundayFor Summer ,
J Hog IJK.; Jacksonville FA.
Program I j
before the 25 day of June 1956: : Pv Marian L Cr'hy Deputy Clerk .,.
: Mrs. Townsend Ordnance Tools otherwise the allocations of said I[ba;. H He's, !iJI Guaranty Life! Al.u- ,...! I'.: -. I "-

Starts Monday (Continued Kiozn Page 1)) Complaint will be taken as confessed '
by you.
lb :M.try Alire Tovvnscnd. 71 I. For New Training that two of them had some lumpson thi" notice shall be p'lhll-h]
1 i Continued Fiom Page li once each week fr four
their faces but 1 thought it cjns i'ii-
ti. .it her home in Orange Park :Membeis (of Co C. 71M.h Armored tire week In the Bradford CoUrt
SOIL OUR STRENGTHS t'SO t., s>tup an evening pro : was screw-worm damage. anddidn't Telegraph.
brief illness
IP :M.iv 21 I after a Oitlnaru-e! Battalion drilled :
pay any more attention j Dated this 22 day Of :May. ir .t; This Week's
gram. !
Soil Conservation Shris a native of Bradford at the Staike: armory. May 26- A short time later I sold these : (OFFICIAL PEAL) Charles' I' ar'.' Specials
moved to Jackson- All h..y" interested: in playing! 2.lnst: of the eight-hour period :' Clerk of the Circuit (' .>
d.ntv. and hogs and forgot about them. Ry Marian L. Crosby 1''P1IIC'. -'-
basketball may contact Mr. h devoted -,
j ea dayas to members
N-E-W-S Mile from LaCrosse nine years i "Cut this year. I noticed the 523I: tI-, ,
Hobbs at the BUS gym. The tentative \ of the unit learning their : JUNE 1 THRU JUNE 7
same thing happening to
Ry Kill llau-. ago. She was a member of the schedule calls for boys in new jobs as members of an ord- : my \oiic: 111I'I'I'R

Soil Consrriation Scrk.... New River Primitive Baptist Grades 10. 11. and 12 on :Monday nance company. Classes were other hogs and when I investigated -I In Irruil; 4'ourl. llruiliord ('..UDt,.
Flnridn In. II.IIHTM.Kill. .
I i and found out it Wa'Rhinitis :
Church. evening. Grade 9 on Tuesday i, held in automotive repair track :.* ;M.ie .\.-I1Io.y AVilli.nr.- itift. JERSEY
I the whole herd war \ KUI.IS \\Viil.ini-: I I'. "
bfiiothy Al\'ar used the Dis- Surviving are four daughters Grade 8 on Wednesday and Grade. .:: vehicle repair, small arms repair. either infected or likely to be. dan. t"...-, N". i .
I 7 on Thursday. Evening basketball :| instrument repair operation of IIIIF To Appear:
'in'-I r.>:CH ycle mower to mow Mrs. Oren P. Dekle of Orange will 6:30 The disease doesn't affect the T... I:1:: ; : ..1"c;, :" \
practice begin at fi'etonTPcker.. ordnance GOWNS
|: sup- ..
I use of the meat. so Ill refill n .in Ft. just sell!
M. Gornto. 51Ic
don the weeds in her pecangmv' I Park; Mrs. Q. and run to 9:30: p.m. 1 ply. and administrative procedures the whole lot are hereby. notified th.it a

:Mark Ritth also Lauderdale: :Mrs Eugenia :McCal- Other evening activities plan- The unit is now receiving all pretty soon and as then butcher disinfect hogs; &:t.been t for filed divorcehas against you In tin- Irreg

used the District's mower for I lister, Miami; and Mrs. Lela ned at present include dramatics i, types of tool sets used by ordnance place before I start up again my you above are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of I :*IHI! ( <> Value

weed control on his place. The ;! Berry Gainesville; two sons A. 1 under :Mr. Overturf and music i units. These include sets "If the keep inspectors your answer or pleading t.. the I 2 LimitCHILDRENS

ntv nf Staike used the Districts under :Mr. Thompson. Interested I for welders blacksmiths small government t-mnlaint on the Plaintiff's AttorneyKit
F. Townsend Orange Park andA. at all the markets andsee i ti. n & Schwartz. 7f: rI :'. -
rot'K-ycle mower to mow the; students are invited to contact arms. artillery repair. radio and I HIJU.tI Ituildme.: JacksL-m .:. I'. .
J. Townsend. Ft. Lauderdale: that all such hogs are butchered
grounds around the Scout Hut.I these teachers. | signal repairs etc.. land file the original In the office ,
': six sisters Mrs. Rhoda Hines, then this wont happen again.:' lot the Clerk of the Circuit Court uiior .
Edwin Smith operated the F.FA.tractor Sgt. Marklee J. Oman returned before the C
Mrs. Florence Goldman Mrs Sapp is one of the most successful ( 25;;
day June. 1936;;
to pull the mower. | New VestibuleAt from Signal School at ;
Louise Jones and :Mrs. Julia hog raisers in this County. and otherwise the allegations of said
-- I !! Camp Gordon. Ga. on May 25.He ; Complaint will. be taken as confe II' POLOS
L. E. Jones of Lawtey used the Jones all of Jacksonville :'011'::'. St. Mark's I from the fteld his herd of Durocs has been fre- ;,*d by you. 3

Districts fertilizer spreader to' Ida Townsend Orange Park. and graduated quently held up as one of th,' This notice shall be publishedonce

fertilize his permanent pastures. 'Mrs. Minnie Townsend. Ft. Lauderdale Dedicated SundayThe radio repair course. which ::ran best in this section of the State ks each In the week BRADFORD for four consecutivette COL'NTITELEGRAPH. : ht Quality
from Nov 17 t0 May 25. Pgt.
1 I
: four brothers V. T. Thomas. The Yearbook of Asst Stripes39c t
I stopped by Jone's Grocery ; Agricultume."Keeping ".
Norman is communications chief i l Dated this :i'i; d.tY of May, 1 '. ;
vestibule at St. Mark'sEpiscopal I
new .
Store the other day and. while St. Petersburg.! G. H. Bob andT. Livestock Healthy" 'OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Uartiy : ValueANKLETS
all of Brooker. Church was dedicated i of Co. C. ((1942) Clerk of the Circuit Court
talking pastures over a Coke L.E. L. Thomas. ). states that the diseaseis
By L.
: Crosby. Deputy Clerk
'at the morning service last Sunday SP3 Owen R. Alvarez graduated i .
lemarked that he was sure :; Funeral services weie held Sunday i caused by a micro-organism. I !&;.23;; 4' t:: :
Bermuda i : to the memory of Henry Clinton -, from the Light Artillery Repair 1
proud of his Coastal morning at 11 o'clock in New Actinomycers nerrophorus and In C'irouit Court Bradford
C'uunI -
Richard and Clara Darby course at Aberdeen Proving that is is infectious. C
to Church
pastures. "I'm going plant Hope Primitive Baptist '
tj Morid.i In ( haiuerv.
12. He attended ;
Richard. A bronze plaque comi Ground. Md. on May I
as much of that grass as I near Brooker with Elder PercyA. says that the organisms gain Daniel L.
Austin.: Plaint':
I their has the of instruction v.
memorating course
can It sure makes good pas-!I Moody/ officiating. Intel'men"twas memory entrance to the tissues in the (
: Stella! F. Austin. Defendant.
been placed in the church 'estiI from March 15 through May 12. !
ture." he said I in the church remetery with ;I region of the nose or mouth I 19c Reg.
Case No. 10) 1.V.4Onlrr
hide and the dedication ceremonywas Alvarez is in the artillery sectionof
i Giddens Funeral Home in charge. I conducted the rector. Rev. through wounds or abrasions that Of Pulillcnliun! :'..,ire ToI Size MO 1-2
by the
Lloyd Green and Loon Carter :j I company. may result from blows or fightingor ,I Apprnr; stair Of Florida 1u: S 2 LimitS

combined the rye grass on the;I R. MacBlain: who said: I 1st Lt. Jos. C. Wood and Jos. they enter the lips and gums Stella F. Austin whose residence -

District's nursery. They combined -i for R. R. Crosby on his place located "Today we do honor to a great F. :Mulling weie assigned: to Co through injuries caused by certain -.. and address is 1211 Apple

only one acre but. they estimated -I in the Bayless Highway benefactor of St. Mark's Parish. I C on May 23. !.t. Wood is a types of rough feed or by I St. Wilmington Delaware. CHILDRENS

that it turned out 500' Church Section. Mr. Crosby is using Henry Clinton Richard. It is member of the high school faculI foreign otjects such as wire. You are required to appear on
June ;";. KO.6 in the aixnr nui"I .1!
pounds of seed. This rye grass I Hairy Indigo for a cover through his graciousness and I and Lt. Mulling is an engineer The yearbook article says that Court :and cause, wherein plaiir.uf: C

will reseed and is used for winter crop and land builder. I came up thoughtfulness that we were able i with Humphreys Gold Corp. quarters occupied by hogs shouldbe 'seeks divorce. CAPSBa."ichall

pasture. It is planted on the per on him setting his cultivators I to become a parish after 50 yearsas Both officers have prior active disinfected periodically, particularly -1 publish radoraouney this Order ueleRraph in next shall four I 19
while his lIe hit mission. It is his Lt. Wood is assigned a. |
manent pasture in the fall of the'ear laying-by corn. a through I duty. > mudholes. weekly Issues. S
I the cultivator shoe with the f'ndof benevolence that we are able to i platoon leader of the Service & 1 Witness mv hand and official! seal :stleIrrejr .

I his wrench and remarked "I I continue the improvements that I Supply Platoon. while Lt. :Mulling j jis CARD OF THINK* .19..t :.>.."5..ch.' Florida this ;ji.n I :

T B Houston. Area Scientist ) had a gooj stand of Hairy Indigoin are going on. It is a great thing i assignPd as platoon leader of The family of the late John T. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. l.rby S 19c Values

for the Soil Conservation Service !I this field last year so I should for a man to have a love for his I|I the Armament Platoon. Smith of 1072 West Duval Street.

from Lake City was in Bradford ] get a good stand again this year'i j church It is still greater when i The unit leaves for summer fiedI! Jacksonville who died April 21.

Soil Conservation District prepar- j without reseeding" If you let'I| that love creates what Clint | training at Fort Stewart. Ga. on 19.:;">B, wish to express their deepest W. C. T. U."AN .

soil and on''I; Hairy Indigo or Giant Striata, Richard has created a permanent gratitude for the kindness Phone
ing capability maps I I July 1. and will leturn July 15.
farms in he County. I! Crotalaria go to seed the first: I endownment that permits shown duringthe illness of their I\TtI.lJmXTTIIUTI: : :

I I j! vear you plant it. you should have, I that church to go forward into I' ing him. do honor unto ourselves father. During the heieavement., 1 ('OX ISTJXTL\.\\"S 'N 0' TO. 31;

A complete soil and water conservation :; it \volunteering many years i.; the future with confidence.Ve May his example sway men and i we thank you for visits cards. ANY Form ALCOHOL OKMCOTIXK.

farm plan was prepared after that. honor Clint Richard. and in honor- women to do likewise." I II letters telegrams flowers! and ."
consoling words -- :Mrs. :MaeFlvford
nl.slT01': KANSAS.OSED .
Roosevelt L. Smith.oiIci .
. ,- -. liiO \\

!\ TO tPPKtll -- ( all ::0.1.

ra (1rf'ult I I ('Ollr'. Itradford ('ouny.
The Most GiftIs
Appreciated Floridat In C'hanrrrT.Johnnie .
Lee Vincent. Plaintiff. vs
Kenneth. Vincent Defendant.Case .

The USEFUL GiftGRADUATION Volier To AppearTo No. 10-1525 CARSPECIALS

: KennethV.. Vincent, whno
residence" and address is: Unknown I I

for You divorce are of minor hereby care children notified, custody that and a control Fiiit I Sell ft Rent It Trade H

has been filed
agaInst you In the
(above named Court and cause and
GiftsBy jyou' are required to serve a copy of :

(complaint your atr-wer on the or Plaintiff pleadm! Attorney to the OF WITH% A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

I J.-eh K. Skipper, 221 Florida -
Title PuiMing, Jacks in' die 2:, -
I Florida THE %WEEK Low Rates Good Results Easy Tn Place
and file" the original in the office

of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 20 WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION .
liefore jHfc
or the 11 day of June. I
1956: otherwise the allegations of EACH ADDITIONAL WORD
said Complaint will lie taken as c
Popular I|confessed l>y you 1954 FORD DI fOr\T' OP IS PKR CKNT' O\ TWO OR MORE "SI'HTIO'U

Wonderful Wonderful Gifts I'! This each notice week shall for four be consecutive puhlishedonce 2 Dr. : ::::0;.. AIMtlTIDN \I. FOil ..I.... .. \"S OH .\1.s NOT PtIII IV .4IVSiltlTOC. .\'
VS. Seat Covers
the Bradford County Tele-
Our Stock of i graph. (h erdriH.'. Heater I

I I>:ited thi S dy of May, 1916.;; I
I (Official Seal Charles A. Darby I: 1 lir.IGIITS! I II FOR SAI.K j
I Clerk of the Circuit CnutRy $1395.00 C'omfortablr 5 room houw and
: :Marian L. Cro.sby Deniitv Clerk I Ire >"u ronlrnt t* pay rent rink bath, good oulbulIdtiiKK; S milr* i I
i'll 4t 6/1 I on and right oat Or would )ou II III from Mark on patrd road. I
I 'h'I .. t rather unn jour ""a home Call Priced rraxounhlt.Ml .
&tet4ooh I :' Tiri: or AITI.ICITIOV FOR ; UH and "r will berrf glad lonplain I arrr lam niih tobarra ailotmen '
I TAX: iin 1954 CHEVROLET bus% >uu ran unit a home : I and I room bun,, and bath I
i House 11111 :>... is;:: ; ax rhraply at >..u ran rrnl. I I In fair .......UII..n. I'rl.-r :ffi.TMO
Notice is hereby given that Pearl TICK-UP I '110.... nr" airarttplairs uill ,erj good trrmx.STROUT .
rtloiint the holder of the following I lie khonn )UU at your .un.n- I
.s1 I certificates has filed said certlfi- { Like New I irnrr. t rail t., Irlrphunr 3i: I REALTY
I the Largest and :Most Beautiful we have :N'1 rates for a tax: deed to be issued I I "Markr, Florida, d..m II all. I I
; I Johnie
thereon. The certificate numbers I hansen Representative
offered. If are not already a satis- '-1 /4 and of I $1095.00 I .
ever you years issuance the description FLOIUDHE.LTY CO o. not .107

fied Esterbrook user ask the man who owns P.ftt.PokSeIdoh\ -<1rs\ I in which of the it property.was assessed and the are names as II l Of Starke ; Starke, Ha.

ene. Pens, Pencls and Desk Sets byAmerica's I follows Certificate: No. ::. Year of Issuance I I 1 1955 CHEVROLET I (Guy .Amlrrwt \V. 15. Sewrll, I'I'I PJlO1.00 1I0-M.2(31!

Oldest Penmaker.The 19;;.. ', A. .J. Thomas) I FOR S.U.r.--J..rs..y rowf.llb second
Description of Property: NWV of 2 Dr., Excellent Con heifer calf; fresh in aimu?
SWW of Sec. 3...> Templet'.e Telephone 3X3IStarke 3'j a ..l. milk per dy. F V.
NRt4. 31. T. 5 S. R. :: I II llyatt. -
j dition. Heater | lit 1 !'..
pvrt iiz* pn and E. 10 acres. I Floridai 2<9. Stark tf.-hg
find- \ Name in which assessed Unknown | I
pt"ilin handy
Popular' I FOR RENT-Close in,
All of said property being in the
.blt eai. Choic of
two bedroom
County of Bradford. State of Flor-> apartment-
point choic of 6 Ida. i I W.NTEI'-flu'4i.I ) r'J.F.f'OTTOo..; Reasonable Mr. and :Mr W. II1I11man.
DESK SET J paittl colon $5.00 Unless such certificate or eertiflcates -;1 KA;i. No Tant .r Army Shirts.t :\ :I'l'tV.: Madison. tf.'bg

I shall be redeemed accordingto I t Uradford_Countv_ __Telegraph. tf '
.. Avlo-Fll Disk rn Sil-wlrh rhpn law the property described in I II i IIt'd.1 FOR RENT-Deiral.l< ni'--y! furn
Q such certificate }'4 '1! J'ALK:-:\t.m".t..rn thr. | !'hed cottaKe. elfc. kttihen. _' re..,,
fills or certificates -
that Itstlf from a giant Ink will
'I. : I be sold to the highest bidder at the I I 1'.11h..mt' t-, I"built on S..I.I11II"r..lanil ed eni-Iohed porches. Large yitrdshadrd.
fountain In the Fountain-boi
In Black ,court house door the RATLIFFCHEVROLET \v* :May see plans I II and Itard..n.111111 Miiplr
on first Monday
.-m.. k .1' nttds Ink only 4 times ytorly U in month of June. 1956 which I :tn.1 I t'-inis l>y '..ntaetinjc JV.. I SI... I. )(. "I.uk. r.t. I, Box 440
3.25In normal us,. Cholc of point choic is the 4 day of June. 1936. I 'I'1I"lIIaAIt..1I) lj. ..r tall m-.l ,' itarke.ltUflPEP.: tfchg
f, ef color $4.00 Dated this 8 day of :May 1956.I I 4t|" G 2'
I (OFFICIAL SEAL f-TAMfS made to order,
I Charles A. OarLy.i i I daters. numberers. notary seal,

Colors t ( i Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford CO. WHEN IN NEED OF T.'siniilr.,....,,,"h.stamps Bradford County

: County Florida. I _tf_

5/11 4t 6/1 OUIl SERVICE Landscaping;-Land Clear I ii.% PAID ox SAVINOS KKY-

Circuit Court Bradford County, i
Peat Humut-
Also comes with chain attached for use in Florlflns In Chnnrrrr.Oronzo : Call and Court Streets Driveways [ i ... 4
'ii J. Colavitti. Plaintiff vs.Josptiine Huilding Sand Oyster I ii
Motels Restaurants, Banks Service Stations I Culavitti Defendant. Starke, Fla. TOBACCOHAIL
I 11'ntlrr To Appear Shell -
etc. I T>- Josephine Colavittl whose IXM'KAXCF:
I residence and address is1 c '0 J. S I I,
Calahretta. 33.12 IToadway. Long I FAST
Island 'ity.! New York. :
:.NOTHT TO AHPKin I C80 W. Madison Phone 356-W; CL.IM !SKKUCE"

NOWYOuGET!' The ,1 Circuit Court. Urndford Count?. |: i
0.lti* "K" Packer Sil- .Florida In Chancery. 'I! : !'tarkf'l.' Fla. i

Thrtad rti* point Y j y Beautiful, deeptontd Eslrbrook '' Jeapn.. ne liutchingson. Plaintiff SPERRYHAS Doyle E. CONNER
TS J hii JIutchingMin. Defendant. 'F"I i: !::1'lT: S:O s r >M: tinfiarnisli.
Ideal I fyourchelc. Pn and matching' Push I Case No. 10-1S41;; I ,II I tI, it'. In'I'II at G... s 11,,"... INSURANCE AGENCY
MORE FEATURES E ...Woth.barr.l PtncIL Cltamtng;! '''tt tal l cops. !\otloe To Appears AIiIuIl.ii." .. It' hg

Gui houd . $1.71 I Phone
ToJohn IfHtchingson! whose 28.:) 136 W Call
n--id.-n.-e and address s. 209-66 lllth I OPENINGSFOR I' II lit TFATII "'Mi: SUlVminus
I Gift; Give them aa Esterbrookv Axrnue. Queens Village, Nrw YorkY'u t .. RF.ptiKKi: )
MORE VALUE are hereby notified that a I II Ii All Makro All Models I'"t S.MK-To. I"I'd"!; [MII-.
one of many beautiful ptre1set! I i suit for divorce care custody and KraMunable rharicei* &uara.IrrdII ... ti.. l.nnKtl"w. \I! <.\. '
pen ;
,; control of minor child. i < %'t. (', MIKPIIKHI) j.-..- e* Htn.tll d..11111. |M\'i.. In.

_- _ _ f or or a marvelous desk pen set. All will be has been filed apalri you in theabove BEGINNERSMany Tll.lV.. Call ".. oinrkr 1'. 2.19 an e like rent with 1"I:,'..... -'
: named Court and cause and MrV II N'ollroan 1' ni
pre.sents of easier, smoother writing, because You are rt-qulred! to serve a copy of FuR :SAlK-New: .S x: X x 16 Cnn-
Student ': our answer or pleading to the Opportunities to rrfMock.] !Iq. Cement 11.SO Ffr RK.VT.irae: .|..-irhfdrooin ', .,'
choose the right point for kind comi I bag. Mortar :Mix 11.30 peri :1/111 l ,
you any any i plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney Learn New Skills tier ; li.ith 1\n.K i !" .e,
i I.a I'r dr".1 Ef.gIQPf'rang"oI'h'J"
II c. naldwln. P. t.). L'ux 104 tr allPlectrnkit'hen MrMiMili I
way of writing.: More than 30 point styles. i.iinf-vile.! Fl',nda 91 Starke. tfKI 302 W. Madi.son 'l:< \ e t

Teacher ,and file the original In the office of Top Rates
_ _ _ the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I
H\SIIII: IIOMI: >ll.lt('\\1IIK: III II
NEW '|or before the III\.S IV
I 14 day of. June, I!?'.*: I ExcellentBenefits Tnn lird room furnNhnl bomr vrtiiKi: I
Ho 'otherwise sitk nitMlerii ...B.rniraref.. Kuuraerr
the allegations of said .
seOFFICE !Complaint will be taken as confess-I I .. land :lt. .....1 on ..late l ..u merranlil.buildiag.! nonrorrupird
? ed by you. lliKhna>, :i mile* .r. starUr.llailv earning a .1. return I
This notice shall t><' publishednre mall and fcehool l>u. irlitrrir on ntrklmrnt fur .....J.. at j
Wife each week for four consecu. *. Trier $ When in of Heavier Items 1 J i\e weeks in the Bradford CountyI'attd .
need the of T--graph.; FLORIDA : I
0 Five.DayVeek REALTY CO.
Office Equipment Desks Chairs :, Jrj thi-- 16 day of May 1J3;;( FLOnm.HE.LTY
or r OFFICl.-\r.sE.-\1.1> Charles A. Darby Of Starke Of Starke
Filing Cabinets etc. Get Our Prices -
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dy :Marian L. Modern Plant ((.05 tndrrnK.V.. II. ..."..n. t.uy .\ndf'''_. W. II. SrwrK,
Crosby deputy Cl rk
Compare this typewriter and First. We offer
you can you overnight 51,4; i .; I. J. Tauntan) .\. J'Ih _aa

Viill be convinced that here is a BusinessMan delivery on everything you need. We will appreciate the Daily Interview from :!.'..". Irmplr!olaf.p lr., Florida Tel ?>>? 3.;:; Trmplt ..hf' Trlrpbone 3S3Markr

luperb portable typewriter that opportunity to quote. i 8 A.M. to 1 T.M. Florida

(jives you beautiful printwark and:f NOTICK TO \PI'\R
: IB WnlneMlay : '. .. : ri. ;> :
Circuit Court Bradford Co.at, F' 'i t: t.i: -n.tai: ti "-
a new ease of operatcn-4t's quiet i Florida: In Chancery. 6:30: to 9:00: I'M. fr o r' ".I r h. ; I'ii-.ne 1 7 ..UpK.
too. It'i the only' portable! with i Barbara: Ann Broskey Plaintiff Hf,('.'K FIt I'.KNT-fnfi.rn, ,

Miracla! Tab and 34 other outstanding Also Machines vs Arthur L. Broskey. Defendant i Saturday morning 'till 1 I'M ill 1 > \I.E-P'ir- f-rd Male Mexiim near June Farmer I-I Apply Market! KI lui.',n "r. h'.a'r M,>,'-
TERMS IFDESIRED RemingtonS Adding I 'hiii'ihan) p'lpfieiKeasiin-
useful features. Case Xi). 101553otlre r rI 1 trl- It
Budget ]I .ii.ly ,'rI' ..1. \'..r) small. :Mr. J. itg_
Terma.TeiITyp.ngtrtolarrangeJ! \ T.pp..ar SPERRYELECTRONIC <; ''aldw-11, :,tiV Farm. phone t
TERMS TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE |I To: Cpl. Arthur L. Broskey. 4J. tfchg W.'lTIrVa.d: man full ,,r jarj
I I t.me Apply EJ lUnth'. '
i, RA :245-30-745: whose residence j I MoteUchg
I F 'K SALE::-Fruit jarany quantity
and address U Co. B. LEA APO |
60<- d-.z. )lis., Kate struth pnunr ;TWO BEDROOM furnished ,,
i 8M. New York. :-:. Y.I I TUBE DIVISIONOF ::.9-W Itchff i Thompson St. Rea'snate h"IJ'!> I:<-r,''

i! You are t.r"by notified that aI !II Inquire 501 E. Rrownle at Apt

I| suit tN"I I A WATKINS: UOITE i.' open in I, Nf. 2"__ Itp
: Divorce care. custody and control Bradford AvaiUl.l- to qualifiedman _
Bradford County TelegraphPhone i i I SPERRY RAND or woman. Write the J. R. WANTED TO r.rf: ......,,,,," lear
and support of minor child. 1 1i Ii I Cued "arSl"e W. R
Watkins Co., 65J W. Ptrachtree St. T.r.d4f_
i has been filed against you In th. CORP. l :NK.' Atlanta 11... 4t.:hg 6/22 N. Temple Av.... Stark. t.-jllt" '
i llvove named Coart and cause and !I I
you are required to erv! a copy of OF GAINESVILLE FLA. FOR RENT Small
Est. 1879 your answer or pleadin to the com I 'FOR I E-T-Two: u-ilrtiom attrarti.e office building
29 Starke, Fla. 3Ient on the P'amtlT$ Attorney'I Located near MunicipalAirport i 1rritsh.'d apartment AH can also be used a3 apartmentOn
W.lIamFIh! : P 0 Box 158 i ",I. rn ''nvetiifrn; .'i :S24'N:
Starkf. Flor.di; \\ .. r. 4S'. ,.:..- :MrJ \V "Kina.d Thompson St.. Starke
-. -' and file the original In the office of I!, j I '-' N \\4 '.:'hg Mrs. Leila lundy.I .


Special Section Bradford County

Honoring Graduating Class Bradford County Telegraph High School.1956


Congratulations Bradford High School Graduates Of 1956 -

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gratIs 1 )' L g jtiL.td I e

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This is an Important

milestone Keep up I
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the aood work. I i' l ti r%

!ii : good You VIe years Icrtune.many w.oIO


Gem Jewelry __ _____ I
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Mr<<. Hecky Simpson ) r

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class JANE


ANNA RUTH CROSBVRANDALL. rJIf eongrotw1gtionjjli > :


S. R. Johns Volley Starling's i
GroceryStarke JUDY ELLINGTON JACKIE JENKINS IRENE METZGERBERTHA LIZ TATU.\r Garden RestaurantAnd Furniture CompanyStarke

Starke, Fla. PATRICIA 'ArlUCHT
II I Guidon Grill Fla.


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Friday, June 1st, 8:00 P.M.
lip LUCK 'er tk eI'J

II'j ( l Memorial Stadium I I.

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I .,....... __ Selections and Processional Bradford High School Band s -
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'--= TV 1 Invocation _-____uu___ _u_ l,ev. L. D. ILtiro-! o

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1m "The! Lord Is My Light" ___nn___- __ Glee C'I:!n. L i= I


,'1j3 SHs U.leoming Address _n___ Kathy Kartell. Salutat .,1] i
A troubled world THE GOAL YOU !

"\.u'll Never Walk Alone" UnUn__ Glee flub HAVE SET IS
needs your youth 1

and inspiration to -- Presentation of Awards _____________ Charles S. Partin : NOT BEYOND REACH.
i srut Ie.isleslests Supervising Principal :Congratulations 1956 grads!

solve our many reuri ytif fa tin afford Your achievement indirat

} Presentation of Diplomas _____-__________ H. Morgan:: continued success.
.problems. I County Superintendent of Public Instruction
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Gib Brown's I, Farewell Address ___ _u'-u__ Inn Stern Valedictorian
Bradford Abstract Company I I I RatliffChevrolet

J. R KELLY THEI.MA. DINKINS Service Station 'Alma :Mater"\ ____ __--__________AH Stand and Sing i CompanyStarke Gold House RestaurantsStarke

Starke. Florida Recessional __u _u Bradford High School Band
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K Y'/i//'r// Y SENIOR CLASS OF 1956, BHS ;. -0' .___o_. __ -' _" _-_ -o '--. --k-. :-"-,'_-':_- "",---- .-z---=,? I i t

1 Well, 10 years have slPped by I! One of the :up students lion ji The famous El Morocco '. I
since the best class ever to leave''| Bradford High School!, I in
IRENE: :New York is fortunate in havir
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Bradford High was graduated. 'METZCER, has set up her ow i.MAUY: ANN MOTES as :-t.t guCCgggGradg i
and I think we should all like to; "0 what the brain can do"clinic J \'o.1llst'ith BILLY MORGAN
I be brought up to date on the;Jin a neal by city. Assisting her( and his talented orchestra a< i<.>n.panying. .- ,
i whereabouts and what became of, are capable helpers DON RING' In the chorus ln.: > .t' I II
i the Hard-Hitting' class of '56. SON, PATSY GmEARLIXA'|i jthe club are ALENE TAYLoK 1 w I II
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I would make it out to Hollywood.. Going back up north to New ROBERTS +a I

1< I The last picture he starred in wasa I York City, Madame DODD'S i

I total "success titled "The Pit of i j famous Charm School is proving; A tribute to Starkt-'s bu.-i-.i.--, I
4 I Passion. ; to be a successful enterprise. courses is paid by GATHERVN: I

i LYNELL has done a wonderfuljob 1 11 I JOHNS in acting as secretary.,
Miss America, formerly known in building up this great as the Mayor. JACKIE I'AKKKI: : .
vs'li I as SANDRA JOHNS is making a set. ANNA RUTH CROSBY and 11 is the new speed queen in t-1'1'- \I/\t/ I incH
Our I career for herself in New York JEAN JOHNSON are two of the'writing accuracy with RUBY! /
li 1S ; posing for the covers of leading most prized graduates. Others''I i STARLING following close b.- \ I l i
; : magazines. 'are SHIRLEY JACKSON MARYj: hind. rat of your


I doing bad for himself, either. i EULIE RUSHTON played in the future
,/ 1 1 am / r r ,| Hear he's become the new pub- | World Series this year with a
lisher of the favorite Men's magazine A new branch of the Armed I j total of one error apiece and a
(The entire: i "Playboy.; j Forces has been organized, calle i I,I M9 batting average. I endeavors

>, r .' '*- i i ii Six Feet Under or Bust. As the
i JOYCE SCHOLL, name reveals, this is a very forth I
community the rising I, ; Those studying abroad at the I
architect of modern times, coming group and some of the
/ vft has j I present are RAYMOND STEF-
is justly'J j: been designing for the vast new I most promising Enlistments are I ANELLI studying art over in
-.. expansion movement in :Miami.A : ARTHURPATRAY. Europe and JOAN SCHOLL, the I
II I famous portrait painter, is in
"* proud. modern trend in elementary{I ; and BUCK GILL Although Japan doing a portrait of Madam
teaching principals has been Chang Hi Shook.
brought about by LINDA JOHNS.world's I he WILLIAM is very shy CARTER about taking is rumored credit.I .' WE OFFER BEST WISHES .

foremost expert in child j| the BUZZT GREEN, in his last ad
to founder of this relatively FOR A HAPPY FUTURE
Harold. Wall Agency psychology. Her words of advice new organizationJones I dress to the public stated that he .
are: Relax and let them was running for the office of
learn. Governor this following term. His'
GENERAL INSURANCE Business College had a
I whole new executive departmentto wife SANDRA, is busy getting Herb Thomas I Koch Drug Store
BABS LANCE, BOBBE BASjTEDO -I their furniture packed for the i I I
take charge, all of whom wcie
Starke, Florida : AND JACKIE COLLEY capital. SANDRA is noted for i Starke, Florida
former students and Brookerites: I
I are starting a thriving business having confidence in her husband. Drive-Inn I
POLLY WAIT, President; KA-
I, ) over in Gainesville With com THY HARRELL, Vice President;
bined funds they bought out Wil- The discussion headed'by i i
SHIRLEY GREEN, Supervisor of group The !
son's and have expanded to take Class Rooms, and KENNY JOANNE SLADE here in' Sport Shop

7 i j over the whole block. Their GREEN, playing his ever popularrole tal ke, has gone quite a long Starke, Fla.
merchandise is way. Their next topic is Mufflers -
I j exclusively orig as Sergeant-at-Arms.
inal. for Jet Air Planes, DENNIS -
:MATHEWS. a brilliant
The famous Colgate smile
spokesman for the group, brought
all TV station advertisements belongs
this pressing problem up to be -
to none other than DONALD I
discussed at the following nniti -
I CARTER, formerly a graduate I Y
I ling.I t '
from Bradford.

!i I I I The famous concert ;p, "i11 i-. .
JAXItXDORFF: the famed I i I I II
GAIL DUKE was visited hy -
woild reknown is
archeologist 'j I i eral] of her old classmates il" i 'I'i > v
r the first to discover and prove"|ly. BILLY HARRINGTON. \\ i
t the theory of "Dry Bones."I I I
LEY GREEN, and ROM\N: : '- .JtRE
lurking with him in this fascinating VAREZ. They brought I L I
\ J experience were DR. ELIZABETH I
wonderful reports on !:"
: .o" TATUM: and their assistants playing ability. I rr tt8 !,
C5\ ( Ii i I for the manufacture of \\ i I
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''k 1950Gradsl year was fortunate in having II I ers and many other useful !li> 4: I,
,i > EDWIN JOHNS, and JERP.LAICSON Y hold items, is in great dcnii"l I II
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I J; 1 players. try are BERTHA MIZEI.I. P\ i!

CLASS q You've done well ,I'We MARGARET ROSE and KEN ar9
/ I NETII ELDER, after graduating LYP.DGETI, RUTH LKF "> .- Great) retardsuaii

lIg4 is 0 wish you >. | from Bradford Hi School, set up; JULIA JACKSON. -, .;<'. t itojjdrive
._ Success I house I .s.:
'-- J keeping in Hampton, a 7.! "
to your eontitueJ sseceu.f _.; I thriving young city, and have I The neII E story Pi mini, !t. >::6'- a who *
chatten9 added to the population overI building in Staike M really ,j
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efforts- f whelmingly. t work of ait. This enormous bram-h #

.U.1' and .,, I has recentlytaken into its employment G And everyone i '
I some :20-odd! new worls :-
Farming production is going on
in a big way around Starke a eis. GLORIA CRAWFORD community
I the most up-to-date methods are JUNE CONNER and PANSY wishes well
Vti being put into effect by GLEN CROSBY! have taken important you 1J i

I. G. JOHNSON and i.
Florida Power & I
JOHN JUDD. JACKIE HOBB'S. famous gos-!

I II sip columnist around Hollywood,I TheFarmers :

Harmon Morgan I Light Company Starke Recreation Center is is writing her first book, "The Brownlee & ChasteenStarke
under the new management of Birds and the Trees" I Supply i I
JIMMY HAZEN. Frequent occupants -
Superintendent of Public Instruction i Starke, Fla. I
of this intriguing shelter I Florida
are JIMMY YOUNG, KENNETHNOEGEL And thus seems to bring us upj i I II

BOBBY to date all the way from the I II

I and JULIAN \\' FERCUSOX'I I present into the future. ,- I

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I anyone who is capable my ability I. Gus Kopelousos. leave to my I, Gloria Crawfor! ., '

I LAST WILL AND TESTAMENTSENIOR to fmd my way to :he Passion'Pit good friend, Fred "}[ootsle" ability to std ncal--

I : all by mysaif. Moore, the ability to play snooker. .
1 collect. t" GKnia V

I, Shirley Jackson, leave my I. June Conner leave to Gail
Greetings CLASS OF 1956 BHS
2kz I ability to work, stay engaged go Reddish my ability to get along t.:1.:!..t', !it! equiet .'

swimming and still graduate to wih all my teachers. no-- I > .-;
r K 1 I'e, the class: of 19.18; the distinguished leave! Betty Jo Stalling.I. anyone who can do it.
A Seniors residing in I. Josie Maze, leave to Jerome
Bradford High School. being of: I. Don Hmgson. leave to Wayne Ruby Starling leave my'' I. Jerry Lawson, leave my ability Edwards my pan of horse blindsto I, K ":',.- \ .' .

u-iv: sound mind and very good Mundoiff my cigarettes hidden itMr. typewriter to Marlene Burney. to goof-off and skip football ,I use on his steady to keen 1.1': '.' .mi"! >n,. 1 KI :VHi .

''lIo11"a..ter. do hereby declare thist" : Sprow's radiator.I. I, Jackie Jenkins leave to practice to whoever can wear my t from glancing out of the >: :.<'

4 he our last Will and Testimony Barbara Matchett, leave my Joyce Beal my ability to stay out. size 13 shoes. of her eyes at other bixWe. I 1'?," J' : \ ,'.,'. ,

% :\l1.e:1. ability not to argue to Alice Dodd of school and still pass. I. Barbara Norman leave my Sandra .John. emi !Ikrr: :.> I ;;h '" .. "..

T and friend, I i ability to work in the office with Mathews. leave nut abii.t1 t t.1
i our principal we I, :
We, Robert Kelly, Arthur Pa- i Kathy Harrell, leave my A'sin I .
j Vi ..., ,>a to extend our wannest app tray, and William Carter leave Shorthand to Clair Douglas the debarred list to Joyce Crosby.I. split a pack of rhe. *.' ,1.11 ;" : J ;-;, ,: ; r.k r.-.: ,

IOn !<-. ration and thanks for his help i J, and a big mange drink t"1: .. .., .
{ ; the supervision of Bradford High i Liz Tatum, leave for Medical : \\! :: ; '! \
i( Roman Alvarez do happily couple who ran manage j itI. .
.r: nir behalf. He has been a
i School to Jerry Williams, and School. i it'll::
leave PA.D. class to Fritz'sbrother.
peim whom we all have loved : Roger Williams. i i Mary Carol Bessent. ,I jo ht'"erv -
i hit proud and) admired, one who has guided I We, Lynell Dodd and Bobby Smith DeVoe.I .
shorhand !
I, Gail Duke, leave Dates leave bequeath my spcelto ; I A'er. r. t.
Nancy Ferguson
wish i I our ability to
day we you 'j" in a splendid way. go Lucile McCullough in !hopes .
the other half of the piano-duo after the mail every day. to the Jackie Parker, leave my. if'.llt\ t 1 1.\ ..vii'ies t':
that she will it
success and To. our teachers who have tried playing alone.I. 1 United States Post Office. blonde hair, blue eyes and In- improve

fI wpiriet i'"i' 12 years to fill us with know- I dian looks to Bobbie Jean Oaks ,. .
I. I. Raymond Stefanelli !le.ivcRoddy 1. .1i. e : : ,1\ ..
It'lye: we bequeath our best Christine Roberts, will to I, Connie Jones, leave to Roger (
0v Stiuth to face his future in .
(' i-hfs and admiriation.To : Bessie Lee Dukes, my ability togo Rivers my ability to have as I, Joan Scholl. leave the hater ill It ;i.:1: i; A 'J
: through high school without much fun and do as many crazy >f naturally curly hair to Maxine school without Lamar and me.I BusinpJ.tI..d.: .., t f' .... \

you, Dear Juniors, we bequeath going steady. i things next year at the Prom as Andrews. Babs Lance, leave my SS to Manlvi: < v\,
TTfoiTthvEsr all the fine days (and 'I did this .
holidays) we spent in these rooms I, Evelyn Padgett, leave to i year. I. P.ertha1izell, leave my seat Sisters with mm-h regret and to Last but ::,.' :. ist I IIlobbs '

.L.LI .LStarke and halls. Take care of them, as Ethel Mann my seat in shorthand. 1! I, Clara Starling, leave to Allie in Shorthand to Arlene Forsythe j land.Jackie I Prevatt leave and my Sandra position Strick-as !leiuni: ,,' ,' ell >.\
ti Rt i we tried to do. Make good use Mae Starling, my ability to giggle ,
I, of ,
Ann Motes in
Mary being Basketball Captain.I. and out "ft "f n 10
01 our favorite word "hunky" and j i in Miss Rosenberg's class and get I, Rose Gregory will my abilityto
at leave
I no mind all Aunt II Junior bl'at' ',,.;, h '.
with and ; : : "
it. make A's in
all ,f our favorite hangouts away Bookkeeping .
< in the hands of Gayle Moore, Bobbe BBastedo. leave wondering .
t not have the big head to Jean and to Ann Will:1.1 i ,i.s I ;. .\
t May future days fulfill; I j And last of all, dear Juniors. of hoping her. that she takes good care Ij j I, Anna Ruth Crosby, leave to I 1 tall.I their car who on Wednesdays.is going to bring Last Will and T. itaim"rtj" t
i we leave our exalted title of I I

your fondest dreams I I "SENIOR" to you as we leave T, Billy Hairington, leave the< I

I for good'e Hope. success of the school in the hands: It' I-

I I, Kenneth Elder, do heieby of Man-in Brown.I .

Western Auto will ability to score two
I Hardware Co. my Shirley Green, leave my title
touchdowns and gain 110 yards ic,
of Most Courteous" to Jean

Associate Store i 1 1I I one game to Harold Godwin. Mundy.I I ... /

iI I I. Margaret Rose Duncan leave'
i expressions to Carol Judy Ellington, leave my ,;
I Starke Fla. I my cra-azy ability to pass shorthand to De- I \ 1
Starke, Fla. I Ann Pickett. loris Newmans.I I I' ,'

I, JoAnne Slade. leave my reserved / -

1 I space On the basketball Ina Stern, I'amy abilityto I ...
1I I bench and the splinters that go make good grades to anyone 1 .w
along with it, to my bpnchwarm- who is able to make use of their Nr; a
ing buddy, Melissa Stallings.I sawdust.I .
Buzzy Green leave my notorious Julia Jackson, leave my ability
hot rod record and my ability -. to step out of a graduationrobe zJjI

to smooth-talk my ad\'er-I, and into a wedding gown t'J (

I saries to Billy ToroJe |I

I I, Jackie Colley, leave my understanding
of the human race ti I "

Z4L I Martha VanLandingham hoping I a ..
; I that she can do more with it ,

than I could.I .
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I Irene Metzcr do hereby will ,/ ', ) I

I mv ability to spell to. Ginger iiI ,
Jones. e1 1r
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II I I. Jan :Mundorff leave

"milk row" in the cafeteria t,) ,

just anyone available, and to .Too. Well/ Done Grads CF! THE:.CLA'
II Harden I give my ability to thro r ) ,

someone out of Hi-Y each week 1 CF 1356. V.E

I You have received tl: :
I. Billy Moore, leave to Hen! '
... Richarde the care of the figuio
-. of the Hi-Y Club. first key to success.!
I. Glenn Reddish leave to Fnt7 I
I Good luck. !
Pellum my title asMot i
greetingsTO i: ,

: Athletic.I. Kulie Rushton. leave my ability II I II II I I
THE CLASS OF 1956 .: to keep the teachers straightto : Starke Builders Supply II! I

/ Bill A}Je(man. I
I DeWitt C. Jones
May happinesI.ond I I, Pearson Cox leave my secretarial Starke, Florida i!

I pad to Tom Long. i iI. 6raji awn Is an I

success mark__- yvr." I Jimmy Hazen leave my good achievement >Our diplomathe I
with the to Jerry ; 1
teems cops rev (greater thing 1
'every .i it Hicks. --=-------- -
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I, Linda Johns, lave my mt'mI I I "'-- : ;
oiies of all our good: times while J 1 If

at BHS to Gayle Rowe. I IJ i .

Janet Manks. leave Barbara I
John A.
Tor ode i
DeRopp my acquired Southern I Big DadManufacturing I

accent for her Northern one to I I ,I
take with me.I I Co. I il

Starke, FloridaWe name, Ruth of "Shortie"Lee, do hereby to Joyce will Dan-the Inc.Stark" hl ili! N e'\; II

ny. Fla.Lairs .
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I. Lamar Shaw, may not even1' I !
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l'\GK TMFME HX.KII\ tltlll \Y. Ji M: i iU I. 19)6;

Kd snack for children is a fiesh Wednesday to have the stitch I da. upon rroeipt of p-i.if- -"f publl- I
residence and address I'nknuwn. .
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graham cracker spread with pea- J! taken out of my jaMy facewasn't ran..n n.inu. if..f sitarkei thi-! n-ti., ,. The fictitious | You are hereby notified that a suit 1 1I |: I IIf
"t. S.il.] x .. .
mr buttei If your child won'teat swollen so I had my picture h ivir.. 1'/.1' 'ui Ln'underuhi in"scat '|for divorce of n.in.-r c ire children. cti''dy ai il i.tml .' :.- That's Our Business

L a rambled egg for break- taken. Whoopee! I hope '.?, !SmithValnti'' i 1 E.: P.. ll.tmn'ml, P o r.i.t lift; I above named C-urt and cu-e ,,1..1i 4 It's Glass We Have It !
last buy a small skillet and cook one of t h.is good They were Stark'Via '
arid Mtu .V. ''
I t, "n Vr.- I i'you are required to serve a > p\ of 4\I.I
I he egg in it and serve in the taken with my glasses on Maybe hart .I'. o rr.M! \ .-'urk.Fla. [your a.r..r pleading u the /, CALL.SRITE or VISIT

skillet. I the editor can put a new face sole I).it owner<>
This is my eleventh summer on the top of_ this column one of lr.">.;. at StaiK.', Jr: : ill"t.i r..uniy. I Title Building. Jackr..\ l.e I j Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR

tt :H h 1 in Xebraska these Floritl.l. .". ::'G; It 0 13 Florida, .
PM q :n A I am again days i and file the original in theof ..>'f:. .'

----OMCA.NE8R iiit on the sunporrh. I can lookdown i j This is my son Albert's birth- %OIM i: TO 1'IT\R the Clerk of the Cir. ,..t 'ut ."Mor ANY CLASS; NEED

| on my garden. I have day. He is 3$ years old. I am In < Irruil <'..urt. llraiHoril (". before the II day '. .h We Modern
.aol'.1 1!;56 otherwise the of Design Store Fronts
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herein tl b.' guldfll tin of ,: 'I i '"ill! ''n, j pi,[I i i'. 'hen planted zinnias and glad blubs. .I I so' proud of him and his family Pn'. :M.ioshl.hnni-frr...yVlliani>. n
xpriiiK .iri ""h.011101. hal'I'| \. I woi'il! 1'h.\. uniiM ruvri behaiipx petunias asters and other flowers He owns his own farm in Indiana. fft. \s-. I:,misVillUins. Sr I confessed by vou.
dan! ,, I..f'n-I This! notice shall be JI ,' 1 Ih'! ,1 Table
I I'.. V I Iull Tops
li.ix. u ivisiloni tooth iiiII.d. IIIr..am not sovell I 1 loved in this- in the garden. My little wren J He has 160 acres valued at $ 100i ,'c To Ipprnr (mi'each week for four "-i-t'. :u\I >.

ami look t.i tin' future.i new wojld that is trying to be has returned to his box to nest. I i an acre They sent me niceMother's 1\ T,,' Knfiis \\111.1111-:: .. Sr wl.sP J j weekin the Bradford c.. n'\ 1 t' 1313: : X \V. Ith PI. (,aine>,ille Fla. Phone FR. 24333HERE'S : ; :{

them. Cod bless them. !I i 'Mlli'I!' ". and aillll', |I' |I'iiki.t' n .,graph.. ... .
made for but I do not hear him singing ,I Day gifts. I have agranddaughter You \ i'.tt- .I'in.. S d.'> ..r ::OJ" :
: .sniKivung.mvaid I, are hereby notified that a 't. .,
in nj tejoiring Otfuial Seal CharU \ i vCle'k
that f-un fur dlvrehas j
I had an imbedded I noDiggl'r dog us fine and is past 11 playsthe .
of the i"i : ':
tile he
( thiough goes; I been filed .
tooth and had it taken out. Don still lots of fun. Don is at the piano nicely above named Court against and you In the Ry Mar.aL Cio-l.x I'. : :.\ : :..: I.
I I.: i. h morning sees some task j jstOlt' cau.-t and 4- THE SECRET:
took me to Sioux City to a dental Don is fine too. |II Po happy to re<'eive so many you are required to serve a copy of _

begun, surgeon. lie carved it out of I I' This morning. as usual. I leaned -[ letters from Florida I would ';your mnlamt answer on the or Plaintiff pleading!) to the In iri-nit Court. IIrail rirI I'minivI'lorida .
K,u'h evening sees its close. its honey soc-ket Been over a I up thi> house and changed the love to hear from more of you.I I Kit li. n ,'v !:rI\\lrI7, 7'! 1'1"'.'-_ .. : In lli.nurrrs j.. I I/AIPPI/N'TUflh/L/I
\ \h-rt.t I> "f.
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something M-nal !
'.etlnng attempted iiiijiainf.
week now and it l is still sore. I i bed linens. I baked whole when, find. as the years pass that I I.and file the original Jack in" in' illil'Ia.*! ufrur. I.,.','t KdAa'd 1'...i',. I.. I. I i- -

done did not even go: to churrh Sun- 1 bread and Has earned a night's response. I or before th. Order of I'uhllratlnn andofifr to
day I felt .so bad. | yellow butter We had hot roll home I.. Florida some dn'. -; IM ,.f .I"." 1"l..tll"r"18e -..-. \ uitieari siaic of riorida '1.: \lI I
Henry W. Longfellow. I 1:11: IMward: I"n. wl NO WHEELS
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My garden is all planted but I with fresh butter for linnet,' Goii bl'.1 \ oneLOVE the dUrgatinns of said .l-HAS
!omplaint will be taken 1,1..u >' aid add'.ss: |i- 1'40' i N(rth
as contest
'hese June days the above the eggplant. The torn beans. .. I had to go to Sioux ("11\ l.tst LT'RA : f-d by you. \\ndMH.t. PniUdtlph! i 1'. iiiiY"u ,
Tins notice are required to appear on VV Pw fu't self-propell-
shall la
I. >..UI just fits all of us. As you potatoes. cabbage. tomatoes all ,I iCnre each week f.,r four ronserutive published linn II I, U'jti: ill flit.ti.to". ,. nil.. dCi I I \ : ed roller drive Glides 1

,i'l' i Cognize it is taken from look fine It is still dry here and ,Weeks III the B1lADForD COUXTT >ii ill and nusr whtM.n I pii'itnfsirks .1Tit'-i
TF.I.1C.ItApILt.i : d.\or-, ar<-. ii-i..,lyiii and on Skid-pan. Can- j '
"I-! Village Blacksmith." Each the win ,' .p. beat upon the anvil of life plenty of water to sprinkle imgarden /"- Home Demonstration (.OFFICIAL *EAL.t Charles'A. Uarbj Bradford County Telegraph shall (
) Clerk of publish this Order in next fourweekly : Fingertip forward-stopReverie..
.,-. tin. days pass. To me life is We have onions and I Ely| Marian L. Circuit. Court issues. '_ .5- -.

-tn. a fiontier. We are trying to radishes to eat now and wIl / : -*, Notes ,: Crosby n 5'23; puty 4t Clerk C I I" Witness niy. hand and rr'oiilsfil I -..-...-._ 5- .tii' Leaf Mulcher available. A new0itf.W
I 1 : at Starke. Flund.i, tli;- ::\11)' \ kind of mower.
free of To have leitm Going to have power
hull.1 a world war. soon tL .J'J i'n Circuit IV56.
Court :
i hunger to harness the lots of June strawberries Yt.'s.. \, ",,/. ; i byDOROTHY j I Coiiu- OFFICIAL SEAL)
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) t\. 1 Inritla ; In ( hanccrt. TRY IT ON YOUR LAWN BEFORE YOU BUY
;ttimi, to draw nations together life is good. i I fl2 t ; ROSS I Charles A. Darby, .
I Daniel I.. Aus.m.: Plaintiff. As Clerk of said C..trt.By
mil! to remove racial barriers.Th. I have lots of cucumbeis upI 7)t:::.d; r}. Home Demonstration Agent Stella F Austin Defendant ]]. Marian. I* Crosby. De1iuty r....rh.t.irti .
Utter at this moment is a have a request from Crookei !II Case Xo 101554'Order ''Jackbonville. Florida. .

big issue down there the oranges Florida. fut a dill pickle 5'11 4t C. 1 i

K"! >\\ I have talked with many :. Here it is. I make these rl'l'lpe'l[ short ('ourseinner', 6 people Cover the pan tightly 4 linear Of ;I'ul.ll.-Mm.i Matr Of Florlila,| Nmi.-e In: 'In ,, j

jii "ple up here and they most! year and they are crisp and The list Annual State Short and once the water boils cook on Stella F Austin whose residence -I Bernice J. Thomason whoso PHONE 69 ST.HKEIT..5258"2S'25L .\.

..pewith, me that the coloied DEUCIOUS DILLS Wash cucumbers Couise fur '-11 Club Girls will beheld II low heat. Cook until just barely and address is 1211 Apple' ,residence and address i'-: Un- ,

people we love. as Christians and let stand in coldi June 11-16 at Florida State tender when tines of folk will I St. Wilmington. Delaware. !II known.

have Tallahassee The just go in easily taste I You are !) to '! You are required to appear on c S252lli2. .5 :J"l-c-t.J&-
and want them to equal University, Or a pieceere require appear op ,
water to freshen. Place a sprigor I Jim ,. J";, I I'.'..,. in I tli.-I at.o\-I n.mittl I ', "tune' 25:i. 1>DS, in the al--\ '' m.util
!lights. and gooi schools an.J two of dill in the bottom of a theme. 1-H Oppoi tumties in immediately piping hot. Court 2nd cause, wherein plaintiff '(.ourt and cause wherein plaintiff i i
that featured Season with salt and seeks :!seeks divorce, custody and control Why gamble?
i hiu< liesVe all agree quart jar Pack the cukes in the Focus. will be pepper, divoice ,
h.\ aie happier in their ownhiNtl.i and place another sprig of out the week. huter if desired. and some of Hradiora county telegraph! shall of minor ihild. Biadfoid :

"<.,' and churches and their i I i jar dill on top. To each quart jar i Phoit Course '\' .' the following for vanety: Chopped I nunli weekly-h Issues.this Order in next four j| I i County Telegraph shall publish I This time make sure!

!>laif in the buses. They are then add four tablespoons o! II Bradford County are FJizabeth i fresh parsley or chives milk Witness mv hand and official seal! I' 'this Order in next four weekly .

.""pori ant in their own places. vinegar and two tatlespoons of 1 Ipre\'att. Vida Jean GentrPa.1 01''am.. paprika for the pale at $,.U 1- Kl.! .da. tinMil ;:, J i issues. i j
I 1956.lOI'FtCtAL. Now buy the
niii mixed in with the whites. i coarse pickling salt. Kill with 1' trivia Pellum and ;\MarU\n Cox. 'i| vegetables herb buttei. iheesesauch. ( SKM.l Charts! \. larln i Witness my hand and official you can

:111 t \. i oiild not be so happy. When cold water and seal Ready toi These girls were awarded a fI ccscholarship : hollandaise sauce whitt'sallo't As Clerk of aid Court. I' :i seal at Starke, Florida this May; {
I >. Garlic salt and Ma'lap T. Pr,...hv P"niit" "I..rl* i i Heater'lv
I 11\1'.1 down there how I loved eat in two months. Then tighten I, to the short course on I fmt'lyminced 1- n. Hess :101 Guaranty: Life 17. 1956. : Quality Gas Water

the lids again Do not add onion the basis of their achievementsand onions give peas and green IMdf, Jacksonville F!..' ''((4 FFifivi. ::1:_'J.1
old Aunt Mary who did 1
.o.1 myashml 'll.tiLl:< A. DARP.Y.An .
records in club work this ) beans a lift. Att\.s for plf 525: ; 4t 6'15 '..,
or anvthine else or pirkles will I : Clerk of said < ir' I

\\ g, and Uncle Tom who i be soft. These are good. j year. Short Course activities are I Ili-rl ISnttiT I Dy Marian L. Crosby Dept. Cletk | /h
: iit he I irruit < mirl lOr .1... riuhlli j
[fll .t \ nI, for me and I lived in the HELPFUL HINTS-: bake mv ,: planned and designed for the old-1, Wend one-half teaspoon of dried I Jinlidil ( iri'iiif In t ml fur llrail1 I, I lion. (Cha R Hess. 504-Oi Guaranty 12: A

I(I i lortl ('.....nlOI'lurid.... II 1 Life! BuildinfT Jacksonville. Fla .
littlt house out in the peian 01 tolls l I now in a I little t skillet I Thev' er girls to train them to be better I thyme. sweet marjoram, summer In ( hattcf: *. Attv!!. for Plf 32> 4" 61., :

h.in1 Th,'\ weie jjood }people laise su nil r mil l ItiketwnU' A leaders in their dub woik I savorv. ihervil. chives or parsley I II n't .\. )....11.10.1] ami :Miu.le :Miv
attendanceset with 4 tablespoons butter "',",.1..1 hi- wif.>. I'liintifts. \s DId n -
for or
--.- -- _. Qualifications ,, Ii rk hi..|Ider. -il I b4YM $\ :
ii ft I >ff 'inaiitsOIMI \ *
---==- :: ==== -: = ;- up bv the state office of ':: mar arinl'. Store in the refrigeralor. \ : i In I ( inuil NO I I 1C.0I IIU ri. itrail tI'i'ItIt,.ini ('tlual V.

Home onsration'olk are !: Basil or thyme butter is TJII: ST\TI: UK n.oim\(>' ri..ri.lila ( b.'inrer '
| 1'\ i.1 iiirkli>itl] >-r. if living and Plaintiff. :
PAENf3OO that a Rill be U years of age on1 I I 4'spt'1'1311,00,1 spread on squash if d.-ad. bi unhn.." n luir-s at law. Paul E lIolsin l'r. \ I

HO DOWN Jan 1. 19:>6 and have completedat : befoie cooking dvi'o--e.persons Iegatcegratit.claiming .by..',, through and allother Lee 1I0L ingf'r. Dl'iE'ndant'i ONLY PERFECTION WATER HEATERS COMBINE _

4-H Club :MIX k I Case No 10-1543 i
least ,two years of 1I..II.lI11I..i. Sauce <>r under him-other titan Martha .\. 5 QUALITY FEATURES FOR LONG-LIFE SURE VALUE: 1 1
woi'k. :Make one cup medium white iirkholder, and her heirs at law, \nlire To Appear .
(Ievis'es. lcgateE' ,,;rant. .. i-tieces- To: Bessie Lee Holsin er. i
1'in-up l-amps sauce ((2 tablespoons each of fat ors and assign" and all other perns' whose residence is Hampton. Va, i 1. Choice of glass or bonded-zinc lining protected

36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS .. $ >.19 A.s a result of the program on and ftour and 1 cup milk Combine s.. clai..in!: l>v. through or under by warrantee!
| | the said David Hurkholder and and whose address is: co Woolwoith -
home lighting; this month club with 2 egg yolks, 2 tablespoons and all unknown persons or parties anv 5 & lOt' Store. Hampton. I 2. All connections we'ded. No "ocrewed-in" pipes to

i membeis in the county have made butter and 2 tablespoonslemon claiming any estate, nsht. title or invite Spot corrosion!

$6OO 3G MONTHLY PAYMENTS -. $20.17 1[' :(2: pin-up lamps so far. The le- juice.. Serve lot on broccoli int..r.t' des(rilied in or lien lands upon m the bradford folloug -- i'oii Va. are hereby notified that a suit I 3. All tanks individually tested controls tested 3 times'!

I for the various ]I I The West Quarter of !Southeast' I has been filed affamst you In the -
LOANS UP TO $2500.00 lamps seeing Quarter of :Northwest Quarter t ibove named Court and cause and ,i 5. Dust free base! /"\
tasks; are: j I <>f .ull.t Quarter e\c,-pt 3 roq are required to serve a copy of |
MACHINE the Xorth 411 f.t'Ii"n r4. i rour an"wer..r pleading to the :
SEWING Hang,, MiTirn TO 1111n .
Township 6 South. Range 22: c-.mplaint on the Plunti'ftt.
limp on wall so lower edge of ,I' Irruit ('''101''. I'rndford ('nunty. East.You William D Morgan. 507 Clark -

( shade 11 I inches above machine .I l'loridi. : In f linnrerT. and each ofou are lierelcr.c.iified FIn ida : Ir
.f- r\rrQ is I.lf'al" ?in I Huti( -ImiRsoTi/ Plaintiff Building. Jacksonville 2.
that theie line
l len filedin
table: centered 12 inches t0 left .I" .1.tini Hut,-lun;;-'ii. I-, f- ml.intI the Circuit Court in and for P.iad-itid file, the original In the office IrI

"I'n..dlE' ? inches behind it 'I C.isCN ". Iu1141olire ford County Flonda. a Complaint (>f the Clerk of the Circuit '..ii't. OP I ;
Why Put Off e and \ To .%pprnrtTo |m Chancerv wherein Erne A. Fan- or before the 2.'i day of ..lune V t MAtlC :0- .. -itR 'i..r'M5
HEADING Hang lamp so : : John Huti hins-oii. whosen del and Maude la".lIIdE'l., his 19.t'i otherwise the allegation of. -..... ..-........... -- :n "
t that lower edge of shade is 4uuhes S 'sidein and addiess s _-t\-.j.' .. < uithAvenu wife.s. David r.urkholder. et a I., ,aid : Complaint will he taken a5 :,:: n- J j.
>-. Queinsill.iii-. :N; w' York iii-t,'nilants; the relief therein
: praved ,['onfe!*ed hy you. i.
floor. Place chairS
'l'I1JPRO" above I Von are. hereby notified that a I.-INR a decree limiting and confirtiuitfr This notice shall he published l
that light falls over left 01 ,i suit f." .tlivone care "II-tod>" and plaintiffs title. to tl"* lands ,nce each week for four. conse<- itive $6.00 Down $6.OOPe: R
ontrol of minor child li<*irinal .i\e U"s,'ril I ,-.l. and I It further ,weeks the Bradford County Tele-
Needed Repairs Paint Your HouseS right shoulder 01 tn be more It.as been filed against you Tn theabove appearing from .ai.l suorn O mlilaint ,"'""h Month for 16 Months ,=- ,

I spet'fie measure out from named Court and cau-e and that the nam."* of the deftndants I tied this 17 lay' ..f M.IV lf>6milt .
:I you are quired to '.-rt. a ..opy ofI are unknown c\."ept" afbiriin ", .. ,
i of :20' inches then .i'i; i'h \ iMrhvi
cener lamp 'I 1 i il! v' I t i'
Add a Room Screen Porches I our answer or pleidinst! ti the com- set forth and that the ildress.s 1 10.. k ..' f .. i i.1 >' "inI
: from this point measure 15 inchesto plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney and i.Mdemes of si: id tie" ..' 'I'I I.
i l'i' x
I II c. P.ililKin. I' u Po104, fendants are unknown and tint 5, 20
left at a angle 2" I I' 6 1COLONIAL >
or right right .
nriM) A fiAHACE ADI A BAT INCLUDING I.n.--\; iII Florid there i is no I'.r"'n..r pns.nsrii-
that center o( and file the the office of in the State of
Place chan so original in Florida the !H'i \ i I. "
FIXTURES:;; SEPTIC TANK WATER ,the Clerk of the Circuit Court on of tr.eess upon whom Would 1 t.iti'I 1 111I ,

SYSTEMS: ALL REPAIRS AND REMODELING leading material is at this point. Ior before theI said alisent or unknown def"'nd.i :," -".I-__._. EIE .. .-'- Hook.up to Gas up to 15 ft. of Tubing
BED LAMP Center lamp1'1' I H daof June. lr.-<. and that .ai'll known and until d.-
LABOR AND of 'otherwise the allegation of said fendant iter the age' of 21 ii.aiiI -
,,\' bet! with bottom edge
Complaint will be taken as confessed that liiiage of ea.-h Krnwnand
MATERIALS : shade 30 inches above mattress 1 1I by you. unknown named d.f'n.1.1II1 i,

CENTER Place\ I I, This. notice shill be published unknownthis i j". therefor" to "flmniand -
I STUDY nee .acta't'.k for four consecu- each nf.u.. .. SLADE GAS COMPANYStarke
Applications Our Office No Obligation .. and viii ue her
lamps 30 inches a pa it at batk of |Telegraph.J weeks. in the liradford County hv notified and required I.. -e've

desk (one at each endi.) [tottomedges tint- 16 da of M41'\'SOFFICIAI.SKAL a ropy of v.nir answer 01 other FLORISTPHONE
Store Hours: Open 7:00() Till : :::50 :Monday Through I > pleading to the Comnlaint on Plaintiffs -
15 ) Charles A. Darby
of shades should be
Attorney. Williams & Kutcli.
Friday. lose Noon on Saturday Clerk of the Circuit Court Florida
inches above desk. ("See Your :,By Marian L. Crosby. a eputy Clerk P. O n-.x J'tS. !Starke' Florida and

: :3; I K 4t 6. 8OTIK file the original answer or other 218 "'J
Home New Light" )
I in a I pleading in the office of the Clerk

STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESPHONE |, Food fur :Moths and l5t-elli-l.J > > -TO 'PPF.8 .of the "ir'ul Court fr radfortl
I'Countx', Florida, before -
I: I). Do\le." a local dry cleaner In rirrnil (-curt llrailford Coootf, on or theII
I Florida In ('hunrrry.Raymond day of June. %.t) 196.:; if you (j)
the industry recentlyhas :fail to do so. Decree Pro (Confes
says Hall Plaintiff.
333 or 43: I \s. will t... taken against volt for the .
found out that moths and oth) Hall. Defendant. Dor.l
relief demanded said ,
I Case X'). :! in Complaint .
; ;; I fabi il.t"atingbet'tles do more >..II,'. To Appear It I is hereby ordered that this notice -
-r- = I shall tIe FLOWERSFor
published once 'each ,
damage to fabris and "wool T.): Doroth11.111 \\ 1"r.idence week for four 09
mix-I is )tan", .,, ;;... and whose address /
t tures" (wool and another ) .rgla the! Bradford County Telegraph a All Occasions
i" General Delivery, :>Marietta
: weekly newspaper published at
than to fabrics and "all wool". G:>.
Stark, Bradford County, Florida.;
reason is very simpleIn You are hereby notified that a Witness my hand and the seal of DISH GARDENS
suit for divorce our said Circuit Court at Starke.
fabrics of "wool mixtures"'h
has been filed Bradford i 1'"lInl'I..rida this the
against you In ;be POTTED I'LNTSPOfl'ERY
insect eats the other fiber above named Court and cause and t day of MatA.D. 195; *.

ot'. in order to get the wool and. you are required to serve a copy of OFFICIAL SFALItitarles
A. Darhy.
your answer or pleading to the
i doing so. must eat a larger complaint on the Plaintiff Clerk of said Circuit dirtI'v .' !

i i.Lint of fabric to get enough Attornev K K Perrvn .", Ptarke.Fl I Marian I.. Ciosl i >\ D"I liiii\ 'lck
I I l Ida. 5 11 It 6 i Floicers '
""I 1 to his needs for
satisfy I
body j jThei
offll'l'i I
I and file the original In tha j
'efore. a larger hole )'t'h of the Clerk of the Circuit Court OBor ''I I :\01 H": TO .\ PP": \It I
before the I !a f Irruit Court, llrnilfnrd Countf, .
in fabrics of "wool mixture" :, .
Florida: In 4 hsneryT. :
11 .1L-
d.iy II: Jin e. 16. .
I I'I' .1..1-! .- <. \'.'. '",' I'l i 'f :
n in fabrics of "all wool. [ otherwise the allegations of said .
KIIP., Mi V. \ .1. ..r..t. I>. 1'.1 I inC.so Nona St. Stark
\ I'lahll' (Cooker! |Complaint will be taken as con 4
I :] [ : fessed N. II i /4
ciii by you.
.. ..
I \ 'I. To tppenrr ;
t\ all the fresh
jill green and i| Tins notice shall be published .
K '. w \ : v 4-
each week for four ,
once eon ecutlvweeks I
vegetables now in- | ,
coming in the Bradford County TI>!e. I : %.
lit' market and garden why -eranh.Dateii- --. I
UII7 dn ,.f I\' i '".'".. ,
I bi ush up on 'our vegetable I OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Harhv NEED CASH $so $100 I -v.. .
? -- $300
-k ',ill i\ Clerk of the (',-ut: rounBy

LLIL > I. are some tips on cooking I Marian L. Crosbj. Dep'i'v Cl.tK. : / '
5 : : : PROMPT: 1 .
.:1'1 ibles to retain food value COURTEOUS CONFIDENTIAL ; ,

t'wor: : '! OTIS I:-10 \i-rr.\it I \ :"

1 l'st> as little water as possible.i In (Irrnll ('ourt. liradford (-oontj MARION FINANCE CO. Inc.21S : _,,; : : :
Florida: In I liniifert. I
it A half cup for serving 4 to :( Barbara Ann Broskey. P'amtilf It t

vs Arthur L. Broskey. Defendant W. Uni\erity A\e Phone FR6-3333 Ij j

"III It I: or \I-IMIC\IION roui Gainesville Fla. I
\ \ itrrn ;i iHouse Case Xo 101333oflcr : ,

11111 ,... lsi2 \ To (ppeiir :i
<. is h'r..hIt,\'I'n. Ult!: P.-arl To: Cpl. Arthur L. BioskeyHA ;
the holdt of the folloum i
:246-30-745.; whose sesidence /1 .
..' tUs has f.l..01! s-aid certifi- : '

f"r a tax deed to be issued and address is Co. B. EBA. APO : _, ,. :
fl n. The certificate numbers
York. Y. / & c."You'll ,
SOO. New N. :
i \ ars of Issuance the dt' crip- 1
the propert and the names You are hereby notified that II
A'i-h it was assessed are as nil fnr
\\ s: Divorce, care, custody ar. : '.':ute Xo. !:2.! Tear of Is-su-
1 Was $79,95I .> 1154. trol and support of minor child.! set bigger, I know 'cause

ption of Property: NW'i of I nas been filed against you in the ot details
,\ ..f EI.. Sec. 34. T. 5 S. !L 22':! : \bove named Court and cause ani are managed and economic- I'll feed you regularly. Then you'll and
i acres. i< vou are required to serve copy of ally attended that only a trained and grow
\ line in which assessed Unknown : our answer or pleadme to the comnli -
I \ .,. of said property being in the '"' on the "itmt'T" tttor"MlMlura careful organization can attend when grow and grow just like my savings account

y of Bradford, State of Flor- \tdrk.'Ivrilla' & Put 1,. P. O Vx: 1SS. the urgent need for serving is at

i i.i i.i..e''s such certificate or certl- i and file the original In tre orfloe of '. hand. at the bank!"

i' s shall be redeemed according I the Clerk of the Circuit 'ourt on or
1.iw the property described In I I before the 25 day of June. 195 13 :

i'i ertificate or certificates will! i otherwise the allegations of said
;, : .' s ild to the highest bidder at the
i Complaint will be taken as -
I 'rt houSe door on the first Monty by you DeWITT C. JONES OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US; SAVE STEADILY. TO BUILD
t 'I
: in month of June. 1'56! which
i This notice hall oe published

I : 'he 4 day this of t day June of 1S3Sluted May.. 193S. I once week each In week the for Bradford four consecutive County-, _ Phone 7 Starke Fla. _ UP A REASSURING RESERVE OF MONEY-IN-THE-BANK(!

Funeral Director i
Charles A. Darby Dated this 22 day of May 1956. ,,, Ambulance Service
Clerk of
Circuit Court of Bradford i
: County. Florida. I I 1 (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charies A. Darby j:I Our local funeral home enable tu to otter convenience tad !
j 5 11 4t 61I Clerk of the Circuit Court I I '
WINKLER\ ELECTRIC SERVICE iRy' Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk ,, service not otberwU available.We ,

I 'OTJ('''' TO \PPF. %RI !, 523 4t 615

| In Clrcnle Court. Bradford Couotj, FLORIDA BANK at STARKE(
:321 X Temple .\\ e. Phone 116 Florida la ( hinrrr;, .nTl-1 OF I TF.TIOTO I iJ
Or.iiz.) J CilaviMi! PU.ntiff \ rurnuh the
J ,. Rr.GI"TIU FH lTlOI S MME I highest type service it lowest price, and
'sephin 1'.I .
Starke Florida \otler' lo .IppearTo
: Josephine.. Cola\itti.. "ho"er"ld..nc. i.f Chapter :20! .?5'. Laws of Florida. I.1' company u payment la part or In full on a funeral

4.-.. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ and addres i-' o J. S *cts of 1941. will rep!=ter with the
.lillor..tta. :, 3.: I":' '' :-: ,>.J '.:: :\,.,\ y :-.. : n-id' TJ Cn'v SJif Fljrt- I' I

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