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 8, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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i Tax PaymentsOver 'Tain't So, Says Everybody -I City Council Hits !! New I


: 99 Per Cent, I I Purchasing Plan Chief I

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aeL Reports Collector I I .. Used For Vehicles Picked For BHS I

Howard Hu;he-> going to noi and'E'I.wmt. > eKt saidBarre
i ix 99
pei: rent of Bradtoid
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have been pad by landowners. aircraft plant at Camp Bland- would hk.. the busines"So pal t,. and! seivno A.i-. ,1.-1 Trustees Nominate Beecher. PayneAs I

far, we havnt had a tit of reed bv the Starke" Citf.i.m. -
Tax Colle toi' J R
( Kelly n>poite ing"Or ,
this wed will the site be dose to luck." ('il Tuesday night alter Workmen began testing and sterilising :Starkenew $;)11,000att'r < ,
I i Middleburg in Clay County The rumors concerning the member said one Starke dealer -
laaik right this week, with the 20; 000 gallon container Kelh said the tax collections, I I
( ) prospects where Southern Bell is preparing Middleburg location probably is getting a "lion's share" of I The Bradford

Will be used within two "..1'1.... The old 60,000 gallon tank (left ) I' which amounte to 99 19 per cent : lines for 400 telephones stem from Southern Bell men I j city business. !! CountDoal'd of School TrusteeTuesday
of the tax due. were perhaps the lIeecherV Payne of Mayo as principal of Bradford :
was lonstrutted around J900 and is in ill repair. City fathers hopeto i I These questions were wafted who have been sun'eyingthe There also was considerable -
High School,
highest recorded in Bradford i
It soon. Water Uof"rO11I hardly notice when the new I ; on the Summer breezes arei :
rnnote I II i this with the prospect of doing criticism over prices charged the
County Last collections i Payne succeed.Charle S. Partin.
tank I- put into UM, with the possible exception that increased watt'rprt"l..urf' year amounted week, as rumors flew that away with Middleburg'- :city for service and parts. > principal since 1017.ho .
to 97 per cent of the i \\ resigned effective July 1 to the
cause some plumbing leaks.Bradford I Starke may be on the receiving ancient eight party lines, he i i Mayor W. T. ( Billy) Jacksonfirst principalship of
amount due.
: I in Eustis.ReBidding.
I, end of a super duper said. mentioned the need for re- '
Kelly said actual collections a- boomthanks to Mr The School Trustee Board also
Hughesand Since Blandmg land is own- form, but Council members T. C. ;

mounted to $193,900. An addit- his millions. ed by the State Armory Board. Hazen and I. R. Clark qukkly Effort selected Kldon Matthews of Lake

ional $6,489 was discounted to Only trouble is that the a telephone check with Ad- pgteed. All said they had been. City as BUS bandmaster r.'u-ceed-

HighGraduates landowners who paid their taxes ,: rumors can't be verified, despite jutant General Mark Lance in observing the purchases closely for I mg M. C. Thompson who resigned

early. j i a good half day's workat St. Augustine was indicated. several] months. For Auto U accept a position in AlachuaCounty's

I The discounts run total collect- t, the chore.Surveyor Lance was in Washington, City Win Service Supplies new Sante Fe school!

I ions up to $200,393 as compared i ,,1. G. McMillan but lu wasn't attending to Mr Both Payne and Matthews were

94Second to the total tax roll of f202,024. who usually scents big land Hughes' aircraft plant. Seemshe I The Council generally agreed: the choice of County School Supt
1. The city should ito the Refused
I Tax certificates on 62 parcels deals before paperri are signed had a few routine meetingsat vehicle Servicing business go itself By CountyAn Harmon P. Morgan, who presented

of property on which taxes had said he knows nothing about the I'entagon. their names before the trustees

not been paid for 1955-were I plans for a huge Col W. particularly in oiling and greasing The trustee nominations
I industry. Ralph Cooper Jr. its own equipmenl. unsiHcestful! effort to shift now g-

Largest Class In BHS History I snapped up Thursday. May 31,1 I H A. (Buddy) Bishop Jr. the state quartermaster who !i the county's automotive patronagefrom to the County School Board but

in one of county's smallest delin-i i chief of the Starke TelephoneCo. handles Armory Board land 2. Any remaining business the current confirmation is virtually assured
contracted dealer
Awarded Cherished DiplomasThe quet tax sales. I ., which supposedly would matters, was willing to talk. 'should be farmed out to all local I! sparked Monday's meeting of- since the nomination can be re-

I 'I ,independent dealers and not jU;.: ,,jected only for
J. R. Kelly conducted the sale supply communications to But he had litlle to say. I the Bradford County Commission. cause.

second largest class in the history of Bradford High I at the front entrance of the I I Blandmg said it's all news to "To the best of my know- one. I j Board Chairman Carl Prevail, 'i Meets June 16

School clasped coveted diplomas Friday night and thus j courthouse. He said the sale was j, him.And ledge," he said. "Ihere is nothing | While the Council discussed the defeated for re-election by Harold The School Board will meet

marked the end. of 12 years labor in the vineyards of public the smallest during his eight II A. J. Thomas Sr. retired to the rumors I've heard 'matter, City Clerk Carl Johns K. Norman in last month's pri- meet June 16 to convder the

,_:..hool.-_..>t.. I years in office.Outstanding Circuit Court Clerk and about mandin totaled figures showing the city I:i manes, sought to readvertise for i j nominations.

Ninety-four seniors clad in I taxes on the pro veteran in real estate matters, "It would not be impossiblefor purchased $137 in grease jobs and ', bids for purchase of the county's I' Payne, 46, has been asstxiated l
( Morgan presented the diplomas. gasoline from local dealers last
gray gowns with red trimming, ( perty amounted to 1003. Bidders said rumors are rumors .andthat's Hughes to secure the land gasoline, oil and tires with Lafayette County school-
Others participating were the month He figured it cost $200 j
crowned their academic achieve- j for the certificates made offers that. for an aircraft plant. but it His motion since 1943, except for two
for a'SE'con years
lack of
Bradford High School Band, theI each simply to the
ment by participating in graduatIon -, in terms of interestthe What about the report that would be a difficult thing to year grease i service in the U S. Navy
< with Board
I Glee Club and the ReL.. D. I street I i members H. A. ,
ceremonies in Memorial Stad- I certificates going to those offering Southern Bell Telephone Co do. It would require Congressional sweeper. II i He first the
i Haines of the Baptist Church.Bounds Slides By Dirt t (Buddy) Btrihop Jr. and M. O joined Lafayeltt'system
t ium. the lowest interest rates. I has been asked to furnish 400telephones. action.
Harrell as junior high school
record principal -
For College I i Council members, studying bills going on as opposing -;
number The property owners redeem perhaps in Blanding's "Let's put it this way. The but he
The graduating was may the was elevated to the
t I School officials said 39 of the I before them, found the streel.sweeper motion because oil deal- :
the second largest in the school's I graduates had expressed interest I the certificates by paying I nearby Middleburg area? rumors are possible. .but hIgh- was being greased ;i'''ers had requested no change. i post of high school principal six(

history The largest class gradu- the taxes the costs and the inter- Nothing to it, said M. L. Barre ly improbable." every I 'II i years ago.Payne .
I in attending college. Last year, I 25 miles. Commented i Currently contracted to furnish
when 100 diploma3 est The maxium interest is 12 : assistant Southern Bell Conclusions from all this research CouncilI i holds Rank I
ated in 1951 I I a state
only about 16 of the 79 graduates Chairman James Lewis: [ .;automotive items to the county is !

were granted I planned to attend institutions of ], per cent. I manager for Florida, after a ? If Howard Hughes I "It's so slick it won't jIt's 'dealer L. B. (Red) Alvarez. County teaching certificate, which is the
check with
Unless the certificates are redeemed the company's commercial plans to locate his multimillion equivalent to a doctor of philosophy
Friday night's ceremonies were I higher learning. I branch. sliding right by the dIrt." Clerk Charles Darby said the'i'
within three the engineering dollar plant nearby, he'scarrying
the finale of graduation exercises -I The size of the 1956 class is years i Leafing through the bills. Council I contract went to Alvarez on a low degree.
holders of certificates "We've been trying to get a the news around in I
They began Sunday, May hint of what is may apply 1 bid basis I Two ChildrenHe
: j merely a to come. I members criticized a $2 j less than a year ago. ,
for a tax deed to the property line on this from the gover- a pad-locked hip pocket payment and his wife. Geraldme
27. with Baccalaureate services j I Principal Partin said the World for mounting a tirp_ a_ Prevail successfully urged in-U Payne -

in the First Methodist Church War II surge in the birth rate I In Thursday's sale most of the which normally is po free ser'I with I!stallalion of speedometers and I hate two (children a boy of

of Starke I is just beginning to be felt in I certificates were purchased for Republican Threat' PoliceSheriffRelations |{IH'e purchase of a tire; sparkplugs for 1'hour meters on all of the county's ][ 11 and a girl of 15. Mrs. Payne
interests between 12 and 5 i is
Sommer percent i an elementary school teacher
SpeaksThe high school and enrollment ,,93: cents each when the city can'1[ rolling equipment. His motion

Baccalaureate sermon was I should leach a high peak in the The average was about 8 Aired 'purchase wholesale at 56 cents1': 1 was adopted unanimously. i j and is expected to join the Bradford -

delivered by Rev. R. D. Sommer, next three per centCorn ''the | County faculty. Payne us
years. Seen BradfordDemocratic regular charge for greas- j Purpose of the new Installation !
By I '
of the First Methodist Church. j I He said 11955-56 seventh grade By City Council [jing'i the street sweeper: and a $262 will be to keep track of equipment i i'a member of the Methodist

were the Rev. V.'. enrollment reached 147 students, Church.
Price Poor charge for a vehicle gas cap. I I i ij 'sage. Speedometers will
I record
S McAliley of the Presbyterian I most of whom are expected to j The Council asked Clark to investigate mileage for trucks and similar I Matthews, the new bandmasters
.1 i Group City of Starke police won't be I 1i i 32 years old He holds a Rank
Church and the BHS Glee Club. > school educations.
complete high At Local Market the purchase of grease |, making more routine arrests III (four of college) state
Addresses during the Friday :]I Last year's senior class showed any pun and other equipment neces-, record running time for years

evening graduation ceremunie : a tendency for early marriages ; for Sheriff P. D. Reddish. ,sary, for the city to service its heavy such I'' teaching certificate. He is marred -
I King Corn an important crop in ,j I A warning that Flonda own equipment as road graders. and has
were delivered by Kathy HaneU, of those graduating were mar- maybe First of all, it be illegal ehicles. one child.
113 this area in recent >ears, moved']I "hard to hold" in the Demo- may \ I Besides Prevatt, Bishop and Har- I
class salutdtoiian. and Ina Stern, : ried Secondly. it makes for ill feelings i It also ini'ructed ell Matthews has been bandmaster
i iVddings slowly over the Starke Farmers city employ..s'to other commissioners
.j i Paity column thIs fall was; present I at Lake
City in Columbia
class valedictorian. \\ furl> l Mai ket this week, as'the price was voiced before the Bradford Coun between city police and the citizenry work out a system of rotating : were f;. L. Crawford and Mm Jessie for the three County

Principal Charles S Partin pre The Bradford County School poor due to heavy production down ty Democratic Executive Committee i iI the t business among independent R Chastain.Bradford. past years.

awards while 1 this and I Both Payne and Matthews are
'i'ntt'd special Board deplored tendency state. Tuesday. !I Those were sentiments expiessea 'dealers i j
County Sthool Supt. Harmon P (Continued on Page 8)) expected to report for duty on
1 Buverr Tommy Morris. Bob Tur- Committee at Tuesday night's meeting of Electrical: In"pt'C'tjU"In .
Chairman Gordon July 1.The
ner. J R. Wamwright. Leon Norman the City Council The matter was i; another action, the Council Students
P Wadswoith of Hampton commented. Trustee Board
Causes Alarm Luther Milliard, Morris Car- broached by Mayor W. T. (Billy) 'fJesignated power plant Supt.: Riley approved -
Apparition "It looks like it's goingto the two new appointmentsis
ter, and others weie on hand, but I Jackson, who cited a case to illustrate S Wasdin to serve temporarily Seek Skating Plan
be hard to hold the Democratic composed of L. F Dinltins of
their story was "we can't move his point. ;as city electric inspector with the
Patty together this fall just L Staike, O. J. Phillips of Lawte\
CITY PROGRAM UNPOPULAR corn." Jackson said he knew the sheriff 'duty of seeing all new electrical .
like it was four years ago." .\1:out r>0 high school students and A. L. Green of Brooker
i They cited the fact that fancycorn had an arrest warrant for a ;i irstallations in the city are safe.Hilt'Y 'i

: packed and iced, was moving Wadsworth was referring' purse thief. When the saw:I replaces E. Winkler.. who including a handful of recent I 1 School Board Meets
mayor ; Other
Don't be alarmed at the noisy It's a joint venture with the from the Lake area at $1.25 per the 1952; national eleclions when i 1 the man on the street he notified has been doing the work on a fee graduates met at the USO Building Bradford matters affecting the
a majority of Florida voters basis 'j Monday to discuss recreational school system came un-
and odorous apparition which Bradford Heallh Unit furnishing crate. sup the sheriff's office.

nightly drowns out Starke television -( the equiplment and the pesticide, j During the week, they expect ported the Republican president. : "There wasn't a deputy in the i!t The matter was broached by A. i possibilities for the Summer I Continued on Page 81
ial months.
sets and smells somewhatlike while the city furnishes fuel oil some peas and a few butterbeans candidate, Dwight D. Eisenhower [ office, but the sheriff ": W. Masters local electrician, who ,

an oil refinery. i and all operating expense, including land' pepper to appear on the Bradford County, however said Jackson. "The was there. suggested a city employe do the j I Tom Casey, assistant principal Rainmaker
This cruising beast is nothing salaries. ,market here. I stayed in the Democratic column. letary then calls the seei J inspecting. Inspection is a "de- .I' of BHS, reported on the proposeduse Debate

more than Starke's first venture Two regular city employes, 'I Miss Dorothy Alvarez assisting I Following Wadsworth's warn: to arrest the man. city police j i plorable mess" he added. partly!' of the USO Auditorium asa ,

into molile pest control. i I J. C. Barton and Clay Lizenbee, 'IActing- lanager Ralph Nettles, released ing, the committee Went on re 1 iI I:because of a confusing city electrical -I' skating rink. The students are '

And the mosquito it kills may ::: operate the sprayer between 5\\I' the following figures for cord as supporting Democratic should"I believe the "city and county i code, and partly because ,I attempting to finance the skating i Expected At Meet

be your own! ', and 9 p. m when wind and moisture -i produce sold during May on the nominees in the November elect "If cooperate. said Jackson ;('i electrical! contractors resent supervision I program by buying membershipsat

The gadget is a powerful conditions are favorable market: ion. The motion was offered by there's an emergency we ] by another electrical $2 each. '

sprayer mounted on the rear of I j The city's part of the cost amounts | Green Beans 793 hampers $2- member Ovid Lewis. should we intend cooperate to do 100 per cent and I,contractor I The total cost to initiate the Slated On Monday

an old Army truck. Trailing be- to 11 cents a gallon for '!196: Irish potatoes 167 $338: berries Thirteen of the committee's 16 so. City Clerk John recommanded i skating program has been estimated -

hind the vehicle is a fine midst j fuel oil and about $10 a night for 321 crates. $2,514.17. members were present at the:[ "But if the sheriff has a routine some' change, added he was forced (I at some $300 Various com- I

of pesticide mixed with fuel oil. labor. I Final figures for the berry sea- meeting in the Courthouse. Pur: arrest, and he is available himself, to "referee" controversies concern- I millees have been formed toiI I Did the rainmakers make it

The mixture won't damage a' 'son are: revenue $82.84381.: total pose of the meeting was to windup I I don't think we should do hn i ing i an unfamiliar subject. :I j'Vasdm work out the details of schedules, rain, and if not. why not !

-thing except pests assures City Johns said preliminary reports crates 10,306.Second. matters concerning the May dirty work. It just raises ill feeling \ is to perform the inspections 'rules, an
Clerk Carl Johns. ,]t indicate the spraying program is primaries. i for our own policemen."I receiving the $-I fee for Summer Program Coordinator I, likely come up for discussion at

The spraying program has been highly unpopular-with bugs : Wadsworth informed the com know of two or three of: two inspections, until a new L. H. Gibson announced that a'' a meeting of the Bradford County

for week. that Generator i these case. We're not electrical code is drafted. ; Weather Modification Committe-
underway nightly a isjNew mitlee that funds on hand amounted on the i 3-speed record changer had been i

to $1.712.. The committee_ county payroll, and we're slickmsour In other actions, the Council ,obtained and hooked up to play I in the courthouse Monday at 8
Business Service I then voted to pay Lewis $100 nn fo ruse nose in something we have no\ agreed: through the public address s's-1'. p. m.

Buyer Cites Need business in." To purchase a blinking! red light, At this time the committee will
Nears Trial Run l! of truck and loud speaker tern. Records for the improvised
:j Opens On Temple i costing about for probably decide
I used in the May political rallies. i Jackson said city police had the city I "juke box" have been loaned to'' or not

1 $100 to Wadsworth for expensesin been issued cards as deputy sheriffs police car.Investigate. the students by Jack Du lar-! to sign another year's contrac1

For Crops Switch A new service to Starke and At Electric UnitA organizing the eight rallies, but no policeman as far the complaint of local manager of \\'D VII. ,! with the Florida branch of Citizens -

!vicinity is announced by Mrs. Marguerite i and $20 to Starke Builder's as he knew had been sworn in.. Calvin Johns about stagnant water Dramatics Coach C. L. Over- Water Conservation Association -
in a ditch his of Denver.
near home.
Hall and Mrs Onota T SwDly for lumber used at the City Attorney Arch Thomas Jr. turf announced that students interested ,
The market for Bradford Count I rallies. commented, "I don't think Investigate the complaint of E. Judging; by off-lhe-cuff re1 -
.Peylon. who have second 1.000 kilowatt we have
opened a Busi- generator in staging plays, skits
-, sweet .-orn has been taken over I the right. A. Winkler that contractors- for marks from several committee
will be put into service at the The committee also the law to 'esheriff's ftunts and other similar
Aids office at 3S2 N. selected product
Temple the
bv other art'as" a prominent corn Iness, new water tank did not replacea members the odds are definr H
Starke power plant early next I Mrs Floy Sullivan as a warrants. i ions are invited to meet with himat
committee fence
buyer stated this week at the Avenue torn down while laying against contract renewal Thpf'ommillep
Starke Farmers Maiket. : They I week, Plant Supt. Riley Wasdin I member from the Theressi::( The Council, noting the MayorI :i: the new water line. the Starke Elementary Cafe- members just laindon't
are providing a complete
told the City Council Tuesviay. | district. replacing Miss Hazel I the city official in charge of law torium at 7'30: p m. Monday
When questioned about the l i think the rainmakers made
poor clerical service to the community j The first generator was put "on ;, Phillips enforcement, left the problem June 11Coach i
market existing this week. he madethe i, to Jackson. up Junior Women Present it rain or if they did. they did-
the line"
including public stenography. 10 days aeo. Both units i i 1 '
J. C. Hobbs that
above statement and went ontl' reported i n t make it rain enough

explain mimeographing mailing lists are among the five purchased by ': Bradford FFA Group Variety Show TonightAt high school boys i interested inI( For rainmaking efforts in this
the city from New Bern. N. C toI I
'They are able to start shippingsweet bookkeeping service invoicing and Swimming Program paying basketball are invited ;area over the past 12 month
After the second Scheduled For Award Elementary SchoolA '
unit undergoes
I meet with him Coach W E. :
and ]Bradford County's
torn fiom the Lake area employment service. Enrolls 135 sharp" of th"

about lanuarv li. and keep it upright Mrs Hall 1 and Mm!". a shakedown run.'asdin During Daytona MeetThe Youths Pnswell at the BBS Gym at 6:30: cost was $lf09.51:' based on n
Pejlon be-1 said he planned to stop buyingpower hula- Irl horns made '
( up of or 7:0': ) m. Mondays through
p. of
until the middle of June.Then Swimmers ]assessment .092 cents per a'r.'
lieve their a neeu for this numbering 135 have local '
is typererl.ie from the Clay Electric Cooperative Business
the in Bradford County chapter of and professionalmen Thursdays The previously ano! 17.320
n certain
Zellwood area comes SUrke. signed for instruction acres plus T!-
in will up
they during
appreciate i will be
one of the
i the Future nounced schedule basketl.llhas .
about the same time as Bradford' all 1 Farmers of Americawill the eight-week Bradford Summer : many on mimstrative and insurance ms'sOf
inquiries Until the first newgenerator high spots of the Junior Woman'sClub
County receive a "superior chapter"award been cancelled.
md between these twoSet'tu school total. the pulpw.o.1
was put into service, the city was next week the program swimming dir- Variety Show. "Precarious," Casey announced the USO Cen-
\ s. they are supplying just at FFA convention ector J C. Hobts ,'companies operUinein hi-.

f, about all the sweet corn needed at: Variety Show Preview buying one-third of its power in Daytona Beach. reported this''to be presented tonight (Friday*Ir ter will be open every evening. underwrote $1.149 Uaxinz '-

this, time of the year. from Clay Electric. The city paid Six Bradford youths will be week.The j'.r at S o'clock on the stage of the Monday through Friday for pingm]m S75.Q 91 to te paid hv fit
Enjoyed By RotariansA 2.300 for power from Cia Electrie Summer program openi'd' new elementary school cafetor- table ,
Asked what i-ropA farmers here among the 500 FFA boys attending pong games volleyball discussion mers themselves
last month Mondav Swimming is i
should plan! instead he stated: i i'asdn the annual convention which simply one I um.Members groups and ocher recreational Although the 'nnv'1''.--' .. -
prevue of the Junior'oman's \\ predicted the city would aspect of summer activities sponsored of the club been
"Pepper should do well. The is being held for the 2Sth year I have activities from 7:30p : ,<> UP the individual ,lan.l.vno', <
Club Variety Show. Precarious ;save $1.000 to $1.400 monthly by by the school system. i working at full speed this week
other two sections which compete Three Bradford youths will receive m until 10:30: p m 1 h ere have naid n"li17ri "' *",,'rtftare
was presented at the Rotary ClubVednesday producing its own power which Hobbs said swimming instruction [ to whip into final shape a fast-
are Plant Civ and Pompano and' the State Farmer Degree of the rost I-" t".'1
\ with Jack DuMars of reaches about a 1.600 KWH peak is.t"n only in the show
: morning moving comprised of three
hey are out ,.t' the way. Then, the highest FFA award. Amongthe i Brooker Farm Market with results is so great loi'allvthot !
Radio Station WDVI{, serving as Purpose of renegotiating with because frequent afternoon thun- acts, with plenty of specialty ]
too i:inner here might do bet 165 honored with the degree it \iJ deemed doubtful if an,-
master of ceremonies (Clay Electric is to avoid dershowers
paving a during Summer ; munbers sandwisched in between
ter with fotdhooks bulterbo>ans. will be Billy Gaskins of Lawtey. ': I Nears End Of Season i additional funds will be pain! to
Four members of the chorus $100 monthly minimum fee. The months often make the water The Pra'anettes, eight nimble
pea u."imtwr and eggplant" Roman Alvarez of Heilbronn and j t the rainmaking concernHin .
line that will dance in the show 'Council ordered an investigation choppy. j members of the Junior Club will Activity on the Brooker Farmers' .
Stanley Green of Brooker.Oth..rs Th" "U'DW""" "'f'flflO'S 5'-' 'fl
presented excerpts from their [i i to see if Starke and Clay Electric Hobbs said new students are provide dance routines in colorful I Market is about wound up. Manv
Four I I d to 2' with the rainmakerst
Draw I from Bradford "
Sentences routines. T H. Connell had charge' could not sell power to one an- County welcome to enroll in the swim- costumes Most of the talent in i a j ger Ralph Nettles reported this |: ;
m l"aid" in the belief that
I lor the program | other in emergencies with no minimum attending the event will be Rudolph mine program at any time. I the show is local, with the exception week. j e\rn
Countv Judge T. A. (Alex)1 fee involved Sapp of Heilbronn. Fredd.e I "np "wvi htw"r in II dr%' wrtsburmntr -
Adults interested in forming a of one dancing act that :Is | Nettles
Col J. A. Griffin chairman ofj i : also has teen serving
Yawn rei.n-'v! found four defendants j,Stephens from the Blandmg area II I 11 neriod would be wor'hworA
life saving class should contact being brought in from Gainesville
the club's forthcoming Ladies as assistant manaeer of the Far- j .
to them than the in
guilt of iharges ranging I land Ed Mosley of Lawtey. rost
announced that him. said Hobbs. Each act will be presented ; Market
Night, this event i mers in Stark
j i j
from assu.iit! lo failing yeild Bradford FFA volved. In fact. it i is consideredrwwible
t0 I chapter advisors '
has been rescheduled for Friday, Bradford Children's !( Volunteer helpers in the swimming [, ap-ninst a backdrop: of unusual' He said a small volume of I
the right i.f way. 'I' II 'are Joe Wood and Paul Hutchins. proiduce j 1( : that the nulpworvl romnaries -
I June 29. Time and place will be ) ; proeram include Mrs. Kay scenery, portraying first a park 'i is still 'being handled but that !
Senteri "
".1! *e-e Arthur Brou h- Group Meets Monday 'both agricultural teachers at Bradford | ] mieht be willinp- underwrite
announced later. Lvnns. Mrs James Chill Mrs I scene second a backyard scene. ,l lj the season is about over.
for :: I ,
Ion us-IP profane language.: High. I Idan'ing this county's entire share

$2S: or 10 di.w: Alvin Lanier;; The election of two new members -I The Bradford County Children's: The Bradford chapter is one of Mildred Hitchcock and William j and finally a tavern scene with' He listed the following 6ale : j ,of" the mst next year.

. exhibiting oangorous weapon. J25.n : ; Harry H. Rabb of H C. t Committee V. .II hold its regularluncheon 144 chapters in Florida Florida ( Owen.tudent assistants include ,' waitresses. Squash $I.5O; pole beans $4- | In the meanwhile dId! thi-
, Pat Hob Charlene Dennis and Novelty audience participation;S4.50. cucumbers. $3 ..orn.I'
: yellow
10 Lee Wall Insurance Agency and Drew < rainmakers
daAlRf make it
Tyre Glennfa"IIH meeting noon Ionday. FFA members total 8.500. while rain last
x .,-'j : .gh: of vvav.' $35 L Ratliff of Ratliff Chen le Co June 11 in the Starke elementary the Bradford gruup has S2 meru- D'ulas; N'olm wil'. provide fun for everyone at- |!SI 50.: white corn. $1.75: and a few ( vear'Mondav
Hobbs, sad additional rolun-! t >r !Jmg grownups\ and childrm Items such
as and bulter-
H' '! was announced ,, I peas
or .i ? ht'A! t.ehelpers are needed 'a-ko: ) ![beans
j bring forth an answer of sorts

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once each week for four consecutive Court and cause, wherein plaintiff PAGE TWO
editorialIsn't weeks. in the Bradford County Telegraph seeks divorce and restoration of FKIDVV, JI'XE 8 19.6
Farmer's maiden name Bradford County
DiaryBy Dated this 17 day of :May 19;}$. Telegraph shall publish this Order weeks in the Bradford County Tele- (Official Seal Charle A. I'..: : r \
(Official Seal) Charles A. Darby in next four weekly issue graph. Clerk of the t'.. ..; t \ t
Sam Clerk of the Circuit Court Witness my hand and official Dated this ;2 day of May 1956. Ty Mar.an; L. Cr .;,!.y. IMl I-. ,,,,' \ .
I McGarvey Cy Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk seal at Starke, Florida, this May is, (Official :Seal' ) Charles A. Darby, _
5 25 4t 6 15 1956 Clerk of the! Circuit Court. : j l' c
Worth The Chance .
Official Seal) Charles A. Darby !:> Marvin L. CruMn Deputy Clerk
\\orst Hope there aren't any As Clerk of said Court. ;i.; 1'j;; 41 6 Id;; 'IK'K 10 41'l'I: Ill
Order Of Publication And Notice luAppear ny Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk In ('iruit'ourt, Bradford "uIII' .
Several months ago a state's attorney for the water pumps in Heaven (there will ; Mate of Florida To; Martin J. Pearl :06 Smith' Building. Florida: In ( han..n.1,1 .
be. of course. in the other place. I Florida; la Chancery Jatksonxille, Flurida.Attjt. min: : in .vi'i'i\n syi }.'. 1'.1\s. rta.n'i': ', t- '
City of Baltimore wrote a straightforward mess- Ira Plaintiff In ( irruit ..ur.. Bradford luuily, Davis. Defendant.
I s E Thomason, vs. fur Fir ;, ;;j; riurld.i In ( .
the of that the of : h.incrr* i.a-e eN. :
to youth city on subject -
age Bernice J. Thomason Defendant. Hlanche M.
Katrinka the tractor ia in the Hartley Plaintiff, \s. \eilee1. tpprarTo
crime. The language was simple and the messagewas 1 Case No 10-1547 : i: TO \ITi\U \\esley Kadley, Defendant. : Henry F. Davis w.:. ..' .'
process of having a major opera- III irriii I niirt.. llrsiilforil ('uunl;, Case Xo. 101563o.tppear ;;
devoid of emotionalism dramatics. State'sAttorm'y whose dent and adores- \" !i \\ c
or J. '
her Bernice Florida: In Chancery.I.ouise >i>lirr '
tion .
performed on by St Xorf"lk."Irgmia
Anselm Sodaro had something important Herm Hamilton friend the residence and address is: Un- Cialune. Plaintiff v.. An- To: Wesley Kadley. whose residence You are hereby n"tit.1 :. v
our lulu Cjaione, Defendant. is Pitramus, New
Jersey and
to say, and the very simplicity with which he tractor expert. When Herm got known. Case No. lO-lOtfS; whose address i" Terhune A\enue. suit been for filed divorcehas again > iabove ." .
said it added impact to his words. The little pam- through the You are hereby notified that a :Nole To AppearT".Intomn Paramus, New Jersey named Court and ,.... .'
examining patient, divorce, custody, contrul Malone nh. Tfidtni You
Last suit for e are hereby notified that a and t ,. ,
Saturday ova:: roundupday you are required "
phlet, originally intended only for the young it sounded like she -had everything and support of minor child has* been 'e and address i*. :t3.59th; St suit for divorce copy of your answer or plan 1 l.' .* '
on our pue and before it filed against you the above named Lens Island City, X. Y. has been filed against! you In the '. .
people of Baltimore, has since that time literally wrong except weak kidneys, and You the complaint on the 1'.li'1:
was over just about every animalon Court and cause and you am required are hereby notified that a above named Court and cause and Attorney Gerald I: Mir'.
swept the nation. The author has been swampedwith he wasn't sure about that. We told to serve a copy of your an- suit for divorcehas and >ou are required to serve a Smith Bldg., Jacks.atb: :! r' ,
the place got operated on. Leo pleading to the complainton been filed against in thpal"'e of .
kwer or : you copy your answer or pleading to
for reprints for distribution in all him to go ahead and operate as and file the original in the i :
requests Plaintiffs AttorneyII. named Cuurt
the and
cause and the complaint on the .
headed the list I'lajntiff'sAttorney .
our watchdog, the Clerk of the Circuit > :
up >
states of the Union. In the belief that it may we've learned that it pays to try C. Ealdmn, P. O. Box 104, and you are required to serve a H. C. Baldwin P. O. Etos before the 15;; day of J-- \-j
when we took him to Lawtey to Gainesville, Florida! copy of your answer or pleading to 104, Gainesville, Floridaand
help young people, as well as parents, in the areaserved get his annual vaccination shot to keep machinery in good condi- and. file the original In the office of the complaint on the Plaintiff file the original in the office of i otherwise omplamt the will allegations be taken ,. r t'.c-ife-said,
!. tion. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Attorney 11. ,'. ";1111 Will. I'. o |:n the Clerk of the Circuit Court en cr td a >
by The Telegraph we permLss against rabies. He's a very pa- a before the 101, OainesMlle, Florida, before the I:. day of June, 1956 by you.
ion to reprint the message in full. It follows: tient mutt when it cornea to get- 1$ day of June 191t. of Bald and file the original in the off<.e otherwise the allegations
The trouble with keeping your the Clerk of the Circuit Court on orbefi.re Complaint will be taken
ting stuck, and he sure had enough own tank on the farm is that Complaint will be taken as confessed the 2J; day of June, 19ZZ.; ..d) you. as confessed graph.weeks in the Bradford Cou:it> Tele:

To the Youth of Baltimore IT ISN'T practice because last year we gave gas This by you.notice shall be publishedonce otherwise the allegations of said This notice shall be published onceeach Dated this 17 day of May I9i'.
lose lot due to .
a evaporation Complaint will be taken cnfessed '
you as week ,
WORTH THE CHANCE. Here's why: him 21 shots against heartworn. each week for four consecutive by four c"HIM Ittte (Official Seal) Char! < A Darin
if the tank isn't protected from weeks In the Bradford County Tele- This you. ueeks m Ii; Kradlurd County Telegraph Clerk of the ,'ircut, Coj-'
shall be .
Do realize that committing crimes means S e e We read of idea graph. notice published once Ey Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerh.i .
a heat. a
good each week
you far four .
Dated this> 15; day of May, 13. consetute: Laird 'h.- :j day .f Ma.'rO6! :; -:;; (tGl:
Disgrace to you. Then "Vet" Bob Mullins came which we may use. Build a formof (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) Charles A. DarbyClerk
to our place and went to work on slabs around the tank and then of tho Circuit Court. I
Grief to your parents and your loved ones- By Marian 1. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
the cows and calves. Bob took fill the form with sawdust, which S'ISH6 S
they also must share in disgrace.
your blood sarrples from the cows and will act as an insulator. -

Expenditure of money by you or your parents he tells us that if any of them S e B IB flri-nlt NOTICE Court TO Bradford APPEAR County.Floridai he

to employ a 'lawyer and engage a bondsman to prove positive for Bangs disease Thir is one of the best seasons IB Okuncery.

furnish bail pending your trial. that we will have to have them we've seen since we've been here George Gertrude Johanesen Johanesen Defendant.Case Plaintiff.. \"=.

Imprisonment in a penal institution pending butchered but will be paid by the for briar berries. They apparentlygot No. 101542Notice ;; ;;
government about $37 plus what just the right amount of rain To Appear
trial if you or your parents are unable to furnish Tu: Gertrude Johanesen whose .qo'/ecfr/cf
bail. we get for them for beef at the and thrip didn't eat them up. for residence and address is.; :is First a -
market.We they are hanging in clumps all Avenue, Fort Jefferson Long Island .

Possible imprisonment after trial-and perhapsfor laughed and miJ that the over the place. Picking them is You, New are York.hereby notified that a ,

many years. price sounded like more than we just one of the best ways we suit for divorce f Si
filed against In the
Your conduct and movements will be checked could get otherwise and Bob said know though, for getting a good has above been named Court and you cause and "*

because you will be a criminal who has to be others including Maurice Edwards dose of redbugs. you are required to serve a copy of r Vtx v 'N \
.. your answer or pleading to the complaint i fc :
I ad the same idea. e .1 .. '. -.I .
watched. .
on the Plaintiff's AttorneyWilliam '. ,/ h \ \ ,

You will he avoided by decent people and be- We have lots of runner plants IiuiUing,IX Jacksonville Morgan, -507, Fla.Clark I r.,.. I.1 itL.4 .. '' v>y- -..>i \\J\/,-, .. :. '
When we got to castrating; the and to set out ,
plan some justas '
In the office of
the of and and file the original oJ r 7" : :
come object contempt pity. ;
calves Bob displayed some real soon as we can get some beds the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or ; ...r .,. .. / ,-d//- ._-d--= .
Yes-the road to crime is not only the most football form in tackling one of made and wet them down good. before the .... .._-: -.. '
:25! day of June, 195S;; ; #- tL.:11
hazardous, but the least profitable.By the reseals. We had fixed one o otherwise the allegations of said t: ---'",- II

being arrested or found guilty of a crime some months ago, and were con- Someone has suggested that a Complaint fessed oy you.will be taken as con- J-- .,.' / .- "'

your future i is handicapped ? cerned that it hadn't taken but Dog Show or rather Mutt Derby This notice shall be publishedonce ::: .. i-T-1; I .f. ',
consecutive Lif
each week for four
Bob said that the result would not might be a good idea. There area ,
Getting a job is difficult when have crim- weeks in the Pradford County Telegraph '
you a be apparent right away, and thatit lot of boys around this county :: : -:;
inal record. Employers shun with crim- of May 1J56.;; ,!t f :.: : = '
a 17
persons was not a good idea to do it and as just about every boy hasa Hated this day 1 --- ... -....
inal record. You be of (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby i! i : .... -- ----
may deprived gainful em- again if not strictly necessary. mutt a show at Starke with Clerk of the Circuit Court 1\\ : !I or"' :-- -
ployment during the best years of your life. s ribbons awarded for the prize By; Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk \! r t f---- '
5/:" 4t 6.15 i :
You lose certain Our patch of berries __ -i. L' i..'
may citizenship rights. If convicted keeps right pooches might be a lot of fun. -,," ,'
of certain crimes, your right to vote will or. rocking along and all told it In Circuit Court. Bradford CooBty r-tJ:: .4 OJ '- '

be taken away. looks like we've had a pretty fair Had our first home frown to- Florida; In Chancery Saunders. Plaintiff L 'r-.- ... Many electric "hands"make
MarjorieVilllams --
year with them but by no meansas matoes this week, and what a difference \.s. Allen Saunders Jr., Defendant. =; \:. / ', work
Your chances of dating and marrying a fine Case No. 10-1333 ; : lighter iari I
good as we have done other there is in thor. get
will be lessened. No respectable you Of Publication \nd :Notice To \? .
person young man Order i
times. One thing that hurt this right out of the garden. of Florida To: ,
\pp..ar.aC.* 4 I
or woman wants to date or marry a person who :year was the fact that at no time e Allen Saunders. Jr. whips reM- C.'"king's so much! easier so much
has into conflict with the law has crim- denee and address is' :Moyock X. I'. -
come or a did we ever get a really big picking Heard this week that the '
embalmers tin
Your an required to appear ( = more fun "ith such electric helpers
inal record. are complaining about the June 2V:; 1':';.6. in the a!It...i\e named ; "r.j.....-., F .

You are doing a disservice to your country.The S s e moonshiners using so much embalming -. 1" \.VI' :_----:..- A- misers, cotTee-makers, fryers l
high rate of juvenile crime is providing unfriendly Old Finnegan the water pumpis fluid in their product that .- _.. '-. '- -. .1., .J. t Small appliances play important roles

governments throughout the world with really reliable. We can always the price has gone up. Seems to

effective propaganda. Depend that at regular intervalshe us it ought to work out all right COLONIALFLORIST L' '-";!ii! A'I I throughout your home, loo-radios,

will quit usually at an inop- because some of those drinking )
REMEMBER-The Youth Court is a Criminal ; ,, clock, liair-drers, to name a few.
poitune time such as when one 'shine will be already embalmedand ei \ ? r
Court-and being young or a first offender does of us is taking a bath. He's act- the undertaker will save the -- t I l I. They all give you happier, more'i'

not necessarily mean you'll get off. ing up again now so we fear the price of the fluid. .
leisurely Florida living-electricallC ) !
If steal automobile be sentenced la Circuit Ciiurt. Bradford Count. whose residence is Hampton, Va., -- %-
you an you can PHONE 218
Florida In rhilnprrr.Kini.l and whose address is: c o Wools / :
to the penitentiary for 13: years AND if you Or..ot Pl.tilllff0., Doris M.
woith 5 & lOc Store, Hampton,
ride in a stolen car you are just as guilty as the Grout: Defendant! Case No. lO-ljSj Va. ;; tL ? .

one who stole it? \.tlr.* To .\|'|>rnrTo You are hereby notified that a suit (j)
: Puns M riiin.t. xhns' reM- for divorce
If you break into a house or building you can di flee and aildro-s i,: I'nkriown. has been filed against you In the
be imprisoned for 20 You are hereby notified that a above named! Court and cause and
years.If suit for divorce FLOWERSFor dv;
you are required to serve a copy ofyour
rob with can be imprisoned bas been filed attains you In she answer or pleading! to the
you weapon you
above named Court and ,,
causa and complaint on the Plaintiff' Attornev y yi
for 20 years. (In Florida armed robbery may you are required to serve a copy of William D Morgan, 507 Clark All Occasions r S Twfl
your answer or pleading to the 1g'x"i
bring a life sentence.) complaint on the Plaintiff Building Jacksonville 2. Floridaand DISH GARDENS p I PERFECT GIFTS ,
switch blade knife Attorney J. If you carry a weapon or a ( I.if.1iiiUling I Jaikoiullr of the Clerk nf the Circuit Court on I a- i For teJJmgs or graduations, electric
you can be sent to prison for two years.If L', Fli.rul.i or l before the 2.;> day of June POTTED PLANTS ) l liousekares mate perfect gifts ]because
and file the original In the officeof d "
you use narcotics you can be septenced to the Clerk of the Circuit Court OH I'.TiC. otherwise, the allegation, of POTTERY l f _._. c\erone appreciates them, anis
said! Complaint will be taken as
fire years for the first offense 10( years for the or 2 before day nf the July IViS.; confessed by you. -' \ I they come in such a aide variety\ of

second offense, and 20 years for the third offense.A otherwise the allegations of said This notice shall I.e published Flowers {JViredAnyuhere prices.See them at your dealers todaj!
Complaint will be taken as confessed Ai

WORD TO THE PARENTS; : This by notice you. shall be publishedono /

Delinquency can be prevented. The ultimate each week fnr four l'onOPl'utlvp FILL DIRTGOOD .
weeks !In
the Bradford
County Tele-
solution of the problem lies in the hands of par- graph.lutfil. RICH Nona St. Starke % i FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
ents, through closer supervision of children, inquiring this 30 day of May, 19JS.: rut.n?
SEAL) Charles A. DarterClerk errCYSiait -
of their whereabouts and knowng the kind of the Circuit Court -
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk TOP SOILSee -
of company they keep. 6/1 4t 6/2

Many youthful offenders come from good :NOTICE TO APPEAR

American homes and potentially good parents. and la Circuit Court. Bradford County, .,

all are not the product of broken homes or fam- Paul Florida E. Holsinger.IB ( ..a..r'Plaintiff.. vs BILL JACKSONJackson youth beauty )

ilies facing economic instability. Bessie Lee Holsinger Defendant. Transfer Company .

Statistics reveal that 80 per cent of the 16 to -Case No. 10-1545

18-year-old offenders turn to crime after 10 .Notice To AppearTo Phone 165 .

o'clock at night. This. I call the "hour of danger." : Bessie Lee Holsinger.

Parents ask yourselves each night at 10- .
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Where are my children?

What are they doing? .

With whom are they associating? RCA VICTOR TVRCA < .

How much am I giving my children?

I am sure that you will agree with me that we.

as I parents, are in a much better position to pre- action 7 -

vent juvenile crime than any or all of the law i

enforcement agencies. JI '1 1e
Copies of this pamphlet may l he obtained by

writing to the office of the State' Attorney for fs

Baltimore City. Address: Room 204, Court House,

Baltimore 2. Md.) -.-- .

Eisenhower's AbsenteeismIf 1, I It

t aI
it seems to you that President Eisenhower I b i
spends a lot of time away from the White House Q t

-well, you're right.In .

1933.:>: for instance. the President was away

from Washington for a total of 97 days In 1951; I

he was absent 104 days from the White House
Victor Towne 21. "All-Clear"
and in 1933 the total was 193. aluminized picture tube with a full 261 The new Bel/ Air Convetibene/ of 20 sossy-sfyfed r.eu Chevrolet

Last year, of course the President sufferedhis square inches of .viewable picture! New
heart attack and his total absence from the

White ]House was much higher because of this "Hidden Fidelity Sound.Panel"Handsome Tuning. New black Balanced textured Want to take the wheel of one of America's few great road .

fact. However he seems to have a good averageof finish. Matching stand available, extra. j '
? Want
.... cars tosendpfeasantlittietinglesupanddou'nyour
consider- --- -
about 100 days a year or more, not Model 2156052.

ing sickness.A spine? Then hustle on in and try out a new Chevrolet V8! %
recent tabulation shows that Mr. Eisen- $198.00TV

how er's total absence from the White House has .
Now showing-the happiest "double jectives will take care of them'r'
added up to more than 33: per cent of the time

since he has been President.Of feature" of the year One part is selves. Horsepower that ranges up America's

course, there are those who hold that this bold, new Motoramic styling. The to 223: makes hills flatter and saves largest selling car-

high degree of absenteeism is justified by reasonof other is record-breaking action. precious seconds for safer passing. 2 million more

the President's state of health. ServiceAll Hollywood has a heap of word.And the way this Chevrolet wheels owners than

We cannot help but wonder, however with the that describe it: colossal, stupendous around tight turns would gladden any other make

biggest job in the world to do, how any man could magnificent. We'll settle for the heart of a dyed-in-the-wool
the work done in a constantly diminishing
get sports car fan.
number of days. Work Guaranteed Free Estimates just the name-Chevrolet.

Fully Equipped driven this in sometime and 4. ''
DependableAll Because once you've Stop soon high .

: Makes and Models sweet-handling showboat, the ad- way-test this new Chevrolet. yl '


14. FLORIDA'S OLOtST. 1879 WEEKLY NEWSPAPER CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV ------'r.u_ --::: -_....


N&e Radio Seat Covers Upholstering
Phone 239 Starke Fla.

! THE ACT OF MARCH 3. 1878
. West Call St. Starke Fla. Phone
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' TYYYYYYYTYTVYYY CYYYYYV 1 iI| Hammonds in Hampton. ,!i hel. 'i tend the dedication services ol l f ? --- -- = T '

I :'>11'. and Mrs. Avory Slade and I We are sorry to report the the First Baptist Churchl at West t

BROOKER HAMPTON children of Hampton visited Sat- illness of :Mrs.: Winnie Cone. She ,i Hollywood.

urday in Maxville with Mr. and I was taken ill at the home of :Mr.: I Dinner guests of the H. :M.: ::'ofl' aIl14'!

Mrs.: Joe Lucas and children. Cliff and Mrs. R. R. Crosby last Saturday W. lleWIJE
By Mrs. E. B. Castlen.AAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ I IJy Mrs. 1) E. hill.AAAAAAAAA.AALAAAAAAAAI and Michael Slade stayed for [1' Raes last Sunday were Mrs J t
night. J I McRae and sons, Arley and
the weekend with the Lucases and
. Those who enjoyed the day James Miss Joyce Story of Jacksonville 't"t7'
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.C I I. .
1TA Meets Baptist| t'hurth Begin- !| M. Greene, and visited the zoo 'fishing and frying fish at Sampson and Lynn :McRae.:

The Brooker PTA met at the Vacation Bible Sihool Jacksonville. [ Lake last Saturday were the I Mr. and Mrs A. R. McRae and!

school house Thursday, May 24. Vacation Bible School at Hamp-i in Mr and Mrs. \\'. W. Hammondand I B.: E Eggers family of Jacksonville ,!', son, Buddy, and the H M:: McRaes :: -

for its last meeting of the school ton Baptist Church will begin! daughter Willow spent Memorial the T. N. Normans: and visited Mr. and A. J. Yar- A & P Our Finest Quality

term. Mrs. J. C. Harrell presi- :Monday: morning, June 11 at 9 'i.I ,i. Day at Crystal Lake with Eldon Sapps of Heilbronn, the brough in Baker County last Sun- .=-

dent, presided at the business ses- I a.m., with classes for students' the John Hammonds. I Robert Taylors of Olustee, the: day afternoon. Accompanied by '

sion, and appointed a committee to 3 years of age through 13, ac- Mrs. Vernon Slade visited in i B. :M.: :McRae's: and :Mrs.: Sue My-'!i the Yarbrough family they en-

find out prices of playground 'cording to Mrs. Clarence Cooper, Gainesville last Tuesday with her i i rick and Kathy Myrick of Starke. j joyed a drive over the mw Stfary's
equipment. A motion was made principal of the Bible school.To the V. E. Thorntons and II. M i iMcRaes. River bridge. ORANGE JUICE
I:sister :Mrs.: Free Hall. -
that spend $175 continue through Wednesday !II
passed they :Mr.: and :Mis: Vernon Slade Jr. Mis. Robert :Myritk: and son .
for this equipment. Those appointed June 20, the school will be Kathy Mcrick is spending this i [
I spent Sunday in Sanderson visit-I Billy of Starke spent Monday ;
committee are from Sam. to 12 noon each weekday week with her cousin, Charlene I II ,
on the ing with :Mrs.: Slade's parents, :Mr: with her parents, the H. M. Mc:: \. '
Lloyd Wood Frank Tinney Bill Students will register dur- Taylor, at Olustee j e S ee r //8-oz .
and Mrs.V. A. Monds. I j Raes. a cans IYoull
Bigham, Rev. C. B. Stallings and ing Sunday School classes at the Mrs. J.V.. McRae was among II i
:Mis.: Betty :May: and :Mrs.: E. D. 21C -
Mrs. Loca Whitten. Those on the church next Sunday, as well as those attending the Baccalaureate | Save at API
Allen were Jacksonville! visitors :SEW KIVER
refreshment committee were Mrs.J. the opening day fo school. last I Services at the University ofj i iI

C. Harrell, Mrs. Clara Nettles. Teachers include, 3 yr. old Beginners Thursday. I Florida last Sunday night. f, BAPTIST CHURCH
Mrs.:: Annie Godman of Hamp- I 10 Wor-
Sunday School a. m.
Mrs. :Melba Green, Mrs. Joyce I Miss Avoy Williams, I Rev. Adkinson of Jacksonville Ann Page Macaroni
ton last weekend in or
spent Service
Evening t
Hour, 11 a. m. >
conducted services at Pine Level ship
Castlen, and Bill Bigham. and Mrs. Shebie Prevail: 4-5yr.
Staike with Mr. and Mrs. Ray 7 m. Prayer :Meeting: each A & P
in Fancy
Beginners, Mrs Frank Williams Baptist Church ast Sunday p. Early SPAGHETTI 8-oz ctn
Announced 90
Marriage Cox and family Rev. Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. Everyone
of the
Gerald Lee Mrs Lonnie Melton: 6-7yr. Pri- I the absence pastor.
Sharon Johnson Mrs. Lester Slade, Miss Dt-lores Hardy of Staike spent W. E. Hall who was called to at- I welcome. -L. L. Parker, pastor.\ Armour Star
mary 4.02xs
of Gainesville mar-
Jones were several days this week in Hampton -I JUNE TINY
ried in Grace I'resbyterian Church, Norma Jean Jones: 89yr. Prim- I
I with Nell Williams.An VIENNA SAUSAGE
Gainesville, on June 2. They are ary, Mrs. Donald Hill, :Miss Geraldine additional $14.75 for Red! 2/0r 29c

making their home in Gainesville, I Webber: Junior Girls, Mrs. Cross this month j
was collected Jiffy Mix For
where :Mrs. Jones is employed. Mr. (i| :Marvin: Faile, :Miss: Imogene "
in Hampton, according to Mrs. I! PEAS E S
at Lovett's in Ward: Junior Boys, Pat Bowers, CORN 8r
Jones is employed T. J Alderman. Collections in I Was $n9.4S MUFFINS oz pk lOc
Pastor Marvin Faile and Smoky ,
of Mr.
Starke. He is the son
the first drive in :March: were only j PAY
Mrs. Robert Jones of Brooker. Hobbs. Ann PageSALAD
$6 so futher canvass was made in ,

New .ArritalMr. and Mrs. C. J. Testone an- j Mrs.May E.will D. supervise Allen and handicraft Mrs. Betty I this:Mr.: area.and :Mra: Donnie Hugh U ONLY : 1 Ib can 21C 1 DRESSING Qt 39c

nounce the arrival of a baby girl work: and Tommy Holland, cousin Crawford left Friday by plane i 198

on June 1. She has been named I of Pastor Marvin Faile from for Rye, N. Y. to attend funeral ,, I Mel-O-im AMERICAN PROC.

Patricia Yvonne.We Lancaster, S. C., will be pianist CHEESE Pounds
I services for :Mrs.: Crawford's aunt. 2 83cA
are sorry to hear that :Mrs.: I, Flannelgraph studies will be given Mrs Milton Newman of Jackson- s
Roy Green is in the hospital in'1 for the students each day, and '
ville, who died of a heart attack Mel-O-IW PIMENTO PROCCHEESE .
Gainesville. Roy Tomlinson is in : refreshments served.Gwst I & P
Thursday while in New YOlk on

St. Luke's Hospital in Jackson-I Speakersat vacation. She was a sister ,1 :1VSTI1 TRADI .;, 2 pounds g3c
ville. We extend our sympathyto
Hampton RalitistPat of Mis. Lynn Hall of Hampton.
the relatives of Mrs. W. TUB STYLE A&P Mild Wedges
home for vacation
Bowers Mr. and Mrs Crawford returned
Hinton Jr. of Cleveland, Ohio, 11.\\'I
from Columbia Bible College in by New YOlk City and Washington CHED. CHEESE 8-ozs
died last Saturday. She is 25c
Columbia, S C., was guest speaker D. C. and visited friends and

sister-in-law of Mrs. Earl Green I I for the Sunday evening ser- relatives Wadsboro and Olive! I, BUTTERPound E A&P Mild \%'
and Mrs. Ernest ,
vice at Hampton Baptist Church. Branch. N. C. They returned to !
We are sorry to lose from our!i Guests at the Sunday morning Hampton Monday. CHED. CHEESE 1-lb 49c

Community Mr. and :Mr William :I service were Joe Adams, Ronald I I

(Bill) Terry and family. They left 1 Gaynor, BoBbby Oswald, and Bill .v....n..n...v v.v.vy..l I II A Gering

Monday for Penracola where they I :Mathaias: of Tennessee Temple

will make their home for the pres- College, Chattanooga, Tenn The PINE IEVKIl.y 1EE4jt [ TJ I 65C GARDEN HOSE Meet $2.49

ent.Rev. quartet, enroute to a summer aI _
and Mrs. T. S. Parrish of I I
in Jamaica -
I evangelistic campaign BRA Z CUE
Santa Fe were Sunday dinner spoke to Sunday School classes I \Ir'l.: II. :M. \Ic.naf': STAND $3,49SILVERBROOK

of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pad-
guests I and presented both music and AAAAAAAAAUAAAAAAAAAAAAA.Arley
gett and family.
preaching for the morning ser- (;rade 'A' Quick-Frozen
Cauthen Padgett spent a few vice. Teacher for the women's M<-Rae, son of Mr. and
in days Lake last Butler.week with Roy Waters 'I class was Joe Adams; ::'of en's! Mrs. J. W :'>McRae graduatedfrom 1, I Full-width 49. fb.F FRYER THIGHS Ib 59cI

Bible class Ronald Gaynor; the University of FloridaMonday

:Master: Sgt. and Mrs. DeWitt I ior Boys. Bobby Oswald; and Intermediates morning, June 4, with a I a I I capacity freez.r.I Or Pound
Padgett and family of Kansas City Boys', Bill Mathaias bachelor of science degree in 4 extra deep door I 21/2 Package $1.39
ate here for a few days. Sgt. Pad- ;t shelves.I Full-
I Bobby Oswald spoke in the physical education. At the same, i

petl's serious: father.condition James and Padgett ia in, is the in I church service and Ronald Gay- time he received a commission !, 1. .)I II, J I width and vegetable chiller \ BUTTER E FRYER BREASTS 'Ib< 69c
1 nor led sinking' and presented ;a in the U. S. Air Force as 2nd
Bradford County Hospital.Mrs. I \ Capri CalI ::-
trombone soo Lieutenant. lIe will be working iray.
:: Lillie Hunter and family of Or Pound
Slide! Suings Installed with the Recreation Department I styled interior i 21/2 Package J.69
Lake Wales were here Sunday to
Equiptment for Hampton Elem- I of Gainesville before pilot train- I 4 Lb

see Mr. Padgett and other mem- I entary School including a large< ing next fall. Arley graduatedfrom MODEL EE11 65C Super-Right Western( Small .'5 Down Lean Meaty

bers of the family. slide and set of three swings, has: Bradford High School in --...---- SPARE Pound
--- RIBS
Little Shelia Dukes of Lake But- L --- 39c
been installed at the school, and ;
ler with her grandparents 1952.Mr.
spent Saturday put in use this week by'chIldren and :Mrs.: William Anderson Fresh
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Russ. Smoked
of all ages. The equiptmont was; of Winter Haven and Mr
Dukes Sunday and baby were visiting the.! set up and installed in concrete I and Mrs Dennison of Midway I Ann PageSPAGHETTI BACON SQUARES Ib 19c I
basses by Jeff Griffith and Ral- were visiting :Mr: and Mrs H. H.
Russ family.Mr. I I eigh Erannen.I I Lewis!' Wednesday of last week. 321 X. Temple A\e. Phone 11 G : Super-Riuht Tender
and Mrs. Gerald Lee Jones,
Mr and Mrs. Jack Jones :Mr.: and I I I'er.onaltr Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs1:: Starke, Florida AND SLICED ft
\ Mrs Cora Marshburn of Tallahassee Lewis were Mrs. Loca Lewis and 25c
Mrs Tom Jones and Sandra Jones,
| and her son and family her son-in-law and daughter, Mr
all of Gainesville, were visitingMr I
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Marshbun and Mrs J. C Larrimore of Bet-
and Mrs. Robert Jones Sun- I -
II and daughter Mananna, spent I MACARONI Super-Right Fancy Assorted
day.Kenneth ''last weekend in Hampton with 1 1'I
Russ of Melbourne and 1I
I the T. J. Aldermans. I 1I
Vance Russ of Apopka spent Wed-
| Mr and Mrs D. W. Swindell I Cold Cuts
with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest; ;
nesday /7AT
1 were Sunday dinner guests o f : Oz Pk '
Russ. i i Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jarrell. 8 9C Sliced Pickle and
:Mr: and Mrs. Lane Goodson and ,I _
| Mr. and Mrs. Truman Cramer:
family of Gainesville were visit- PIMENTO LOAF 8-oz
I I and son Larry of Sedalia, Mo pkg 25c
ing Rev and Mrs. Ressie Carelton s upF
I visited with the J. W. Home;; ,1 I
Monday. Sliced SpicedLUNCHEON
Monday morning and with the<
Alan and Henry Land of Pen- i
I M. L. Wattersons and C L. :Mayin : s i
wi-oU were visiting friends and iI MEAT8ozPfc25cSliced
Hampton. The Cramers stayed relatives here Sunday. I
with the Homes during Work I
Rev C. B. Stallings, H. H. Mott
| War II when Mr. Cramer was;.
tend L L Parker attended the Exe -
i stationed at Camp Blandmg. BOILED HAM I0-ozpk
utue meeting of the New River & 490Cap'n
j I Mrs Joan lUnkhouse of Ft.
Association in Starke Monday ; OFF LIST PORK BEANS Johns
night I Mjers is visiting': this week with in.O7. I'KG.
her grandmother :Mrs.: Nit;I ;l
:Mr: and Mrs. J. K. Douglas were FRIED FLOUNDER
I Johnson in Hampton, with he!" ItglttQp; 49c
the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. l
and Mrs Angus Bielling! in Lake | sister, Mis. Frankie Jean Key:i.': .j '
Butler. at Hampton Lake, and with he.1.1I IQIIK4Ir :: i 52 Oz Can 1CC

Mr. and Mrs. Merle Gano and Smith aunt, Mrs.Lake.Emma Lamoreaux, at LJ RED RIPE ,;

famsJv! of St. Augustine were : }
Mr. and Mrs Wesley Griffin I
weekend guess of Mr.:: and Mrs.: 1 i ;
and daughter Phyllis, and Mt : WATERMELONS"l1:
R. F Gano. On Saturday they
and Mis. George Williams ant( _ _
visited Mr:: and :Mrs.: J. W. Brownin -' "' 0I
son, Howell, were Jacksonrilli e TIRESAU
Mr and Mrs. J. W. Pring of visitors Sunday.Mr. I Wilson's 79c Each
Lochloosa were visiting the Ganoa. :: and :Mrs.: J, W. Horne, Bill I,

recently I Horne. Mrs Betty May and I ;i SPECIAL SALE PRICES ON

).fr. and Mrs Clyde Steen ol 1 daughter :Melody: visited the O.D I : CORNED BEEF Golden SweetCORN

Vero Beach are visiting Mr. and
Mrs:: Earl Green and family and I
,I Mrs. Ena MDaniel, her daughter 1
:Mr: and Mrs. Edwards and fam- Bonnie Nasworth and grand: ie : Fresh Crook NeckSQUASH

Uv Mrs this Grate week Harrell of Jaspei daughter. Debbie Nasworth, oj 1i i ATLAS Pound lOc

Starke: :Mrs: Calvin Price am!
was here to attend the Graduation -

with exercises the Earl at Green BH::;. family.and Msitet! her and son Mrs Ronnie Richard of Florahome Bowden ; am:Mi d: I I tJ'tiftSale $1395 It. : 1-lh! cans PEAS /resh, Local Lb 12c

Mrs J C. Harrell and Hilda I'children of Keystone Airpark, am 6.00-16 2 49C
Loc her mother Mrs. Adeline PaYnE.' \ery ,
and Henry Harrell. and Block Side Wall.
with I of Washington, D. C., were a1!I II' flu tar and yoi*ecappobl Ere..I !
Waters pent last CARROTS Lb Bag
Denmark in t I Sunday visitors of the \\'. W.I!
Mr and Mrs:: W. R. .Ii /
"I i \ -
Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs Floyd Wiggins, Mr
Harrell and! OKRA Fresh Tender Lb 39c
Mrs Harvey and Mrs Russell Green Mrs I ,

daughter Joan of Jacksonvillewere Rosa Pinnholster, and Rev. ancIrs. ATLAS ATLAS OSC FORDHOOK
:Mrs: J C
visiting Mr. .
L. L. Parker were visitin
Harrell and Mr. and Mrs. Wad Roy Tomlinson in St. Ifjke's /IiI47rnJ 9u-Sae; au HiII-0-Home Brand, Wh Uaby

Harrell Sunday. Hospital Sunday. CONVENTIONAL CONVENTIONAL 10 Ounce for
Mi and Mrs. T. C. Stalnakeiompained I Beverly Ann Green is spendin; LIMAS L I OKRA 2 33c

a ',- them home for a I ithe week with :Mrs.: Annie :McCor: ." $ 95
6.70-15 6.7O5$1965 Hill0HomeBLACKEYE i
few daysisit. mick in Jacksoimlle. !
PcHlv Joan and SusieVa i t: I Russell Green and Floyd Wiggins Mack Slde walls. B ; ; '10-0<> % 15c
l Plus tin and rtcoDPcbl K;,.. Can 4 EC
Harrell accompainedToannu if. your !hAS
and Kathy were visiting :Mrs: :Mi: 'Cor 1Lb

Wait to Hope Haven I mick' in Jacksonville! SundayMrs. ; Id Hill-0-Home i Sliced I

:Monday: Clarksvillea Lee Green and Mrs:: La I; Similar savings on all other sizes including White Walls and Tubeless Tires. ''O-or for
Franklin Yancey of Dora Bryant of Gainesville am SQUASH 2 27c i!
wa"'Isiting friends here Sun- Mrs Rosa Pinholster and Mrs

lay Lucille Hazen accompanied littl mum/ AND !AVE UP n 'w 00 FRON Illl Hill-0-Home Chopped I Ii

Mr and Mrs. Buddy Waters''IXeil Hazen to Hope Haven Mon' COLLARDS K-or 2 for 23c
and( -
of Tampa were visiting Mr day. i Jane --- !

Mrs Bob Thomas and family last: I :Mr.: and Mrs. Winfred Hazer:I FULLY GUARANTEED BY
I '" Hill-0 Home Chopped Turnip
weekend.Mr and family of Gainesville! and Mr.I \- ;

and Mrs. Clarence Thomas i and Mrs. V. \'. Hazen and famJj" J-i ) r I Lfhr; : .kfV Y GREENS H-OZ 2 for 23c I
Mrs. Ellery .
i' Gainesville. and of StarKe were visiting :Mr.: an .

Harrison and children of DP-. Mrs. Aubrey Hazen Sunday. !I Tender 't: i

Funiak Springs were visiting Mr.. Mrs. Louise Hazen of Sarasot; -w- : i

and Mrs Benny Thomas thiweek sand I Mrs. Ralph Hazen were visiting .H- j jI
| Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Hazer 1 u.uerr NI1 BU M.n- 1* NU j jI
of Jackson: I
Mrs Ray Wilson Monday. I

':illt is spending this week with Mr. and :Mrs.: Woodrow Thomas SERVICE STATION SERVICE STATION ANGEL FOOD ,

Mrs Groover Thomas.Mr and children. Mr. and Mrs. C. L
Walnut PHONE 327 Temple and Pratt Sts.
I ; PHONE S3 Madison & Sts
and! Mrs. Woodrow Thoma:: 'Atkinson, and Mrs. Joyce CastlerII W our rs..r a ewu u. uuwr

and family spent the weekend 'land children attended a birthda) L. B. (RED) ALVAREZ SERVICE STATION I Large Ring- 39C 412 Call St.

with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewu;; supper in honor of Reed Lewis a:t Starke, Fla.FRID.n' .
in Starke. the Lewis residence in Starke Sat- PHONE 9105 109 NORTH TEMPLE AYE.

Mr and Mrs. Reddish Andrews,'.urday night. .



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I- -II rrs S SSSSSSSS rsrjssrrrrrrsrrssrsrtStSSn Wedding On June 24 I I I Rev. Yerkes Honored 'I -----I f

Set For Miss Jackson On 20th AnniversaryAs ,. Cub Scouting Picnic Clemons Engaged

I'Staged I Last Tuesday To Eugene Norman! I

Episcopal PriestA ..

!| The annual Cub! Si-out pn mew I
i, as h 'U! Sri kl.i-ltr.
l\l\ tereptiont.s L-v' i. 7 ill. (1 i < Tuesday at <

:\IUIIII\ evening at :Iit- :Miist Lar.d.ng on Kingsley Lake.

Epipi'" : Parish Hi>n,., ,ti ,-n ,) ( !| After an hour of water '.I pm1-.

Mooty he "i' :-na' Parish hnn.. ; ,",t KI" | T oovored dish supper %s a> -,"'-
Phone 35 \ eirl. F ro Yi'iKe on thr oic.tsi < ; j \"ell.1th iced bottled drinks >-

ii i. '. 1'iitit'th! annuti1-sd '. i 1 n.ited by \\'. E. Lawson. :
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sprsssrrrrrss r rn .
s-rS S S S SSrS SS
Emii.ii Awards
I | ptiest. were piesento.i( ; '
.. iniiiiial Cubs. and I the I j'\h
Mark The Paiisli house .lU-.n1
Parties w.u tot
Round Of Early Summer : .'
". ie mated for th.. 01' .!.<-">n I. t I II Charter. inscribed ".VveirV

Another Phase Of Starke Social LifeThe ,\ Ilh /
","- IladlH1; predominating The t .., :;.. I District officials '
closing of school and pie- I mother. :Mrs: A. N. Holliday. in ._ heautnully appointed iefn',;hnienttaHe : : .... ,-. .. I' Around 95 Cubs .11\,1 i i i' .'n.h.! -
graduation festivities last week caring for his guests. r was centered with an an- of their families attendul '!L'

did not bring an end to the roundof I :Mrs.: Vernon silcox entertained I nlve!,.al .\' lake embossed in \\hll. 1 1. .)Iutlnl

early summer parties.! at a lovely birthday party on Saturday and );:rren. Kev Yerkes < ut tin- ) The next: Cub meeting \\.il he

On Thursday of last week :Mrs.: f' evening at the Starke Wo- first piece. 'irlil Sept 4
I man's Club for her cousin. Kat- I I
Knight was given a fare- ,
Ralph I eYelkes and hi.- )'ii,'thei
well party by the Chancel Choirof hy Struth 13th ,anniversary.The who was. celebratingher j Mrs. Fred G. Yeikes ot Jacksonville Dinner And Pledging ',
Methodist Church.
the First
of which she has been director club house was gay for the I the. were receiving among line.thos.Dining> standingin the Staged By BSP Group : "k '

farewell occasion with arrangements of I !
The delightful supper evening a lovely musical program
Tic Rita Phi !
Sigma sorority
was held in the educational build- multi-color gladioli placed I
ing with 25 members present.Mrs. throughout. The refreshment table I was enjoyed. .r' HIMonday". : night. :May: 2$, at the

Knight and Mr. Knight left I was overlaid with a green ,: 1 Among the approximately 200 n m.. 'I Mr K A. Vancey, att!'

Wednesday for Tampa where they linen cloth and centered with i guests attending this delightful A h, h ime ho pledge ritual was I!

will resume teaching in the fall. I pink an
On Saturday morning 24 mem- I The 35 guests enjoyed dancing 'Starke announce the engagementand Episcopal churches of Melrose Pledging during this ceremonywere Starke announce the engage IT I
:Mis. .1. B. Dick :Mrs.: Ben
the evening.
Junior throughout
bers of the Methodist approaching marriage of their of their daughter. IVttJur..
Waldo '
Gainesville. Will iston
Itxlpanl :Mrs.: Thomas B'
Pept. and :Mrs. W. B. Thompson I Assisting Mrs. Silcox in servingand ''daughter, Julia to Owen Alvarez to Eugene Norman sim "' Mr

teacher. enjoyed a picnic-swim caring for the guests were Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Al- Cedar Key. Keystone Heights 4- ....or"ir Har.iing! Jr. and Mis Albert Norman ot Ii.tey '.\ I

party at Gold Head Branch. As- Mrs. J. M. Vickers and Kathy's;Ivarez, also of Starke. and :Macclenny.: Those from Aftfi the ritual the sororitywas .

sisting Mrs. Thompson were :Mrs: mother, Mrs :Merrill: Struth. t The wedding will be an event of Starkewere Rev. and :Mrs: R. EI bust to new members and ,

George Huggins. Mrs. Lola Gar- Mrs. \V. J. Epperson gave a delightful -1 Sunday. June 24, at :5 o'clock in'' MacBlain, Mis P. J. Quattlebaum.I I I I the honorary members. :Mrs: EW > TIIB RIGhT TOI.NT for the

and Tuesday eveningfor afternoon in Pine Level Bap- II Haves and Maxie Carter Sr. urite. Come in and
bett, Mrs. J.t. Edwards, party |the | Mrs Mattie Gahagan Mrs. Frank $ I stay you self -
Mrs. Ruth Johnson with Pat and her daughter, sally Ann, in tist Church. ,1 I |j at a delirious fried chicken an.ll I ,t your fa>orite ESTEHBRlOlv

Jimmy Hobbs as life guards. which the 30 guests enjoyed a No invitations are being sent, Hoover, John Powell and John t- I shrimp dinner served at 301 Restaurant ; Fountain IVn. TELEGRAPH.

Arthur Holliday, Jr. was host weiner roast, games and dancing but all friends and relatives are Simpson of Washington. D. C.. I n '!

to 25 friends at a swimming par- throughout the evening at invited. : a visitor heie. I I, i ii i

ty Saturday afternoon at the the Epperson home on Washington -- Mr. and Ir... Raleigh Vernon Crosby Miss \VilkinsonVeds ;, ,-
Haynes Cottage on Santa Fe Street. Mrs. Claude Crowson I I

Lake in observance of his 12th assisted in serving the guests.On ; Miss Oletia Virginia Cooper Is United In Highland Church i ii

Special Tuesday evening, little Jan i
guests birthday were anniversary.Stephen and Chris Thompson celebrated her birthday : Id4h& 'I With R. V. Crosby In State Farm CeremonyThe :Miss: Amanda Wilkinson j

daughter of :Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson -;
Hunter of Atlanta Ca. Mrs. Car anniversary at a family par- '
olyn Redgrave assisted Arthur's ty at the W. B. Thompson home. marriage of Miss Oletia who wore a cress of white linen I I and the late Wesley Wilkinson -

I Virginia Cooper and Raleigh Vernon -I complemented by a corsage of i of Law ley, and Robert E. |

Wesleyan GuildUnit Bradford High Class I'm beginning to think this appendicitis -I Dot and Linda Sale are moving to Crosby was solemnized Wed- pink carnations Smith. USX son of Mr. and :Mrs.: '!

I bug must be contagious, their Kingsley Lake Cottage this nesday, :May: 16, at 4 o'clock in Gerald Crosby. brother of the D. E. Smith of Whiting. Kansas! ':

2 of the Wesleyan Ser- Holds Supper ReunionA what with four of our BHS grad- weekend the afternoon at the home of :Mr.: bridegroom, served as best man. were united in marriage on Fri- |

vice Cuild met Tuesday night at uates being struck down with the Sylvia and Mike Pickering of and :Mrs. J. L. Conner at the For her wedding the bride chosea day May 4!. at 8 o'clock in the'.

the home of Mrs. Henry Godwin reunion of Bradford High malady during graduation week : G'ville are staying in the L. N. State Farm. The Rev. W. E. Hall, light blue lace dress of ballerina evening in the Highland Baptist i

with eight members and four School's class of 1951 was held First it was Roman Alvarez. Pickering home for two weeks pastor of the Pine Level Baptist length, with matching veil. I Church. The pastor, Rev. E. C. FLYING THE

visitors present. The president Friday in the Officer's Club at then Billy Harrington, and a few while Luke and Pearl Piikering Church, officiated She carried a white Bible topped Harvey, officiated at the double- COUPE?

Mrs. R. S. Mullins. conducted the Kingsley Lake. hours before commencement time are vacationing in Texarkana. The bride is the daughter of with orchid and lilies of the val ring ceremony.

business session. The reunion, which is expectedto last Friday. Jackie Hobbs had an 'Ark. After that, Sylvia and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cooper of leyA The bride's only attendant was

become an annual affair. was emergency appendectomy in Doc- : :Mike: will move into the newly Morehead. Ky.. and the bride- I reception was held immed- her sister Barbara Whaley. and I PAYING for repairs to your
tors Hospital Then groom is the son of :Mr.: and Mrs.R. i iately after the
-I- I originated by Harry Edwards of on Sunday built upstairs apartment in the I I wedding. and lat- :Mr: Smith was attended by Thomas -I'car and for damage to properly
'Brooker. About 35 clasri membersand graduate Babs Lance visited Jackie R. B. Alvarez home Mike I R. Crosby of Starke. j er in the evening the couple left Whaley. i I'
in the hospital and suffered an I The bride's only attendant washer for a wedding to of others won't be
,, guests attended. will be working for Humphreysthis I 1 trip Cincinnati. After June 15 the couple will -
attack of appendicitis :Monday: being I sister Mrs. Milta Williams, Ohio.
DARK summer hear that Doro- reside in Memphis, / j
I| The group participated in boat- I operated on that night in thy Jean Mixon is ,easy either.

STARKE FLA. !I ling, dancing and swimming before Bradford County Hospital Of getting along Rev. and Mrs. Sommer \ttni-m William D. Morpan :,07i
I'laik .
nicely after i lti ,
a tonsilectomy at Jark< '/1\1 II :!. \ Tvrrace, Thorof.irew 'I
enjoying a supper. i course, I'm not superstitious Bradford "'lor ill ai Your best bet against sucha
Hospital last .
Feted MethodistsThe .
Friday .
but Roman and Billy weren'table by |I and. n rhr original 'n Ui. orrtr of you are hereby notified that a
Sun., Mon.. Tues. sorry to hear that there has h. r-rk or fhe firmilt: Pourt on n" fordivorce financial crash i is to have
June 10, 11, 12 I I to march with the graduates, teen: so much sickness at the Methodist education build- r'.*t 1.\rnr'. *h* care rustody: and .....nll ..1

DOUBLE FEATURE -: Did You Know? but were very much present at Jack Waters' home little ing was the scene of a delightful ihorwise' < "f the.I"h''allegations l,6; of raid has of tern in I nor filed hilil against! you in the Comprehensive and Collision
commencement, seated in automo- .
The Conqueror Douglas Waters and sister Fran- fellowship covered-dish supper 'n mnlainf hv wHle taken as .ontp. almve named Court and rau e and I Iy'u
biles parked the football field required to serve a copy Insurance car.
on are on jour
CINEMASCOPEWith i i"b Chiropractic is so pfft'.tI ces Ford. have the mumps, and Wednesday evening of last nntlre nhall be published i>f your answer or pleading to the
I he in rare of migraine headaches Hear that Ann Elder also had the other sister Suzanne Ford, week when the church members i 'kq Hre P3'h vrlr.. for four ronnctrirli'T oniplaint ,'0 the I'Iaintiff'.ttrn.y I
John Wayne and Susan her appendix out on May 26 and In Pl"1for Bounty Tele.Tinted '
I ? has and --i. Ask us about it today!
J LiywardAN I been in bed for three weeks entertained in honor of Rev. I Ki.uis T Kan--on 316 Pn.femnal I
Migraines are aul l>y apressure was released from Doctors Hos- with virus infection in the blood Mrs. R. D. Sommer; in a fare- this fi day <.f June. 1f.4OI'FlCI.I. ';& HuiMine, Ja..ko"n\'ill"- '-'. KI.i.
!) pital last Friday Lula Mae ( SEAL) Charles A. uarotf"lerk and file the original In the office ot
of the rd. Instead .
spinal stream. well gettogether.Lovely of the
WALT UISXKY'SMUSIC of trying to relieve the Beebe ( Mrs. E. S.) is a patient in !I Quite nice farewell arrangements of mix- Hy Marian L. Crosby, Circuit Demity r.-ri.rv 'he or before clerk, o'the the!, Circuit day .Cour'.f Jul nn> ; H. C. \Wall AgencyPhone
Doctors and Mrs. a partyfor I) S 4t fi 'IoTl'F.
LAND pain the Chiropractor "r.-mo\es Hofipital E. S. I Charlie I I ed summer flowers! WE'relsrd to 1956; otherwise the allegation ol !
Melba Partin
Matthews is in Bradford and at said Complaint will be taken a. j I
IX TECHNICOLOR the cause" (pressure on the Hospitalfor the L. I I advantage throughout the hall 1'(. API-KIR confessed by you. i'
a few days I A. place on King IB rircaU ., >..
Court Bradford Ponr This notl'-e ball published <
Don't Miss "COSl'EHOIt" I spinal cord) and the pain dis While we're on the of sley last Saturday Faculty i for the occasion. Following the PlnrMm I. ftinh.inl ,*-.,.-.. once each week for five j consecutive : 146
appears. subject Miss Joane Slade KM in : Heniv Bradford Plaintiff weeks In the Bradford County
coincidences I members were hosts and swimming : supper. ., .
add that ,
might Hank x-- Arleen 1. -<> 1.1,1 ef.-n- Telegraph. 200 E. Call Street
Wed., Thurs. June 13, 11 i Below is such a case: by Mrs
accompanied "
songs .
Craham and 1al.tha'eldon who followed by a picnic supper il.uit! li.ilirt tinS ],1\' .f Inn.' r> >fiOFFICIAL
DOUBLE FEATURE Female, age 42. had !severemigraines 'I was enjoyed The Par- E. K. Perryman at the piano. ,, T.i,P Xo lft-T.92; ( SEAL) Cnarles A. Darby Fla
are both 14 anti both Starke
born on N'ntlrr To AnneariT" | Clerk of the Circuit Court ,
fur about 20 .
Johnny Stool Pigeon jears. April 17. both received the American I tins, who will be leaving soon for Rev. and Mrs. Sommer were \Ii"'! ". T."', '. r r:, .t'if"i| ,.1.| I iRy Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
I'ati..nt4111.11I often IK in bed ,, ,
i Eustis. received 'given an appropriate gift from !h'r. .;t.I. r mil ,.101| :'"-, 1' "
a lovely piece
With Howard Duff and hdlt"1nt'r" I Legion awards given out last
) 3 to 5 days at a time (becauseof the church membership.Rev. .
of silver as a memento j I II !
\\ i intense pain. It..lil'fa... oh-! Friday night at graduation I the
Sommer is attending
Hank's was for the Noted that Mr. and :Mrs.: Olen i

Kiss The- AND Blood- Off I,,I adjustment.tamed after 1st Chiropractic Martha's student for in the the outstanding 8th outstandingboy grade and girlin I Rowe St Mr.have and moved:Mrs.: to W.413 R. Center Hazen I Churches Annual Conference in Lakeland of from:Methodist Wednesday : MAKE It A PICNIC

Patient has headache week.
I this
rarely to of
HandsWith any same i! to 419 Center St. and :Mr.: and I Sunday
My and in 'a mild his next
now only i where he will receive
Note that Apprentice Seaman Mrs. R L. Lawson and family
Joan Fontaine and Hurt form uhen they do oeeur. : appointment.

Lancaster For further information on j/l..a\.e.Meed Lewis having is finished home on his 14-day boot i ij !I I I of the to Gardenia their home House in Pineville have returned -i! '

Flu Color Cartoon all of illness 1O1.Consultation
I types| phone training at Bainbridge, :Md.: !i Kentucky See H. G. (Buddy ]! Recent BirthsThe .

I FKEK Cpl. Robert Taylor Jr.. who has1 I Davis of the U of F School of'
Fri.. Sat.. June 13 16
Bradford County Hospital I
been home on furlough, will leave !| Journalism over to join The Telegraph -
DOUBLE FEATURE _I i BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC Wednesday for Washington, D. staff again during the! announces the following births
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Dig That Uranium : I and thence to Fort Dix N. J. before summer months i Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Whittle of FROM BARKSDALE'S

IA'O tJorwy: and the Bowery Boys I i departing June 20 for duty I Seems to be all for now ,I Starke a daughter, :Margaret:

ANDCavalry CLINICS in Heidelburg Germany Gene See you in the next I Ann, June 4.
Mr. and Mrs Paul E Canover.
: Shaw leaves Sunday for three I Carolyn I
: S Xorth of Post OfficeIn III. of Starke a son, Paul Elisha

With IX CI.NKCO.UOIt Rod Cameron Modern Methods Starke- Lady School months Ft.at Benning.Officers Ga.Candidate. Airman Three Meetings Held I! Elisha:Mr.: and Canova.Mrs.IV Ernest, June L.5.Belts

3-c Floyd R. Crosby Jr., who r:1:
I'Ll'S CAUTOOX Assistant Steam Baths I' I MEN'S PANTS
r I / is home for 10 days from the San i iI By llethodistVomen of Keystone Heights, a daughter. i J'

-I-- SI I I I Jiego. Calif. AFB, leaves Tuesday I Dawnana Renee, :May: 31.OTICF. .

i t for Columbia S. C. for radar ': Thiee circles of the Methodist ,

:.operators training hear that I WSCS met Monday and
at the education :; .\ TO AI'E.RIn
Airman day Tues-I
Many ThanksTo Dolph Reddish stationed i Circuit ('ourt. llradlurd Couolr, .
at the West Palm Beach AFB has Circle 1 met Tuesday Florida In fh.iie 'ry. I
10 o'clock with Mrs H. H. :Nirhola.1. Vit.vm, riainiitf. \
been promoted to at REGULAR S6.00
S-Sgt. |
I Kltanore M \it.n- ". t>'.r nrllllt.
those of you who gave Lonzo Kirkland and Jan :Mun-: Adams and :Mrs.: Drew I... Rat- < \i>i' X" !"-10'''j !

me your vote and up't' dorff leave this weekend for Camp II | liff as hostesses. \o-e To *Eleanore 1'App..nr M Vitari-n. h"screquiem .

port on June 29.Sincerely. l 1 Eehockotoe for nine weeks where! Mrs. L. D. Vining, courtesy ... anrl address ik' 'III East I A>1f. >> %
> the meeting :.iCth trt'I. Br".kIYII.'w: Y"rkV ( \ (' 7 '
Lonzo will assist the Scouts in1 I II' r .r..h"lIf..d that a t Onlyfl'2.
handcraft and Jan will in'' with prayer followed by :Mrs.T. : suit for divorce, ru--loj and _
,'our. f. assist care. > > ,
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the office and swimming pool' H. Slade giving short talkon lontrol of minor ill I Idnaa I I \ t.y; .
:' ueen tHeu ..".UII.l you in the ) ,
Carl ITo | woik Gail Rowe.an'y Bates. the Bible verses "A :Merry: above nampd Court and cause and I \ -:4.. "
Prevatt .. ?
Good Like ::\Iedicine" of f > :
I Sandra Strickland Jackie Prevail, Heart Doeth you are required to verve a copy l \ '""
I your answer or pleading to the P&
; Carol Ann Pickett. and Martha !IVan complaint on the PlalntiLTi \ 99
.1 I Following the circle pledges.Mrs. I >...... _
Landmgham are spending! I 'l __ .... '
\ from :Monday: to Friday this week :: Slade announced the following I __

at a house party at Jacksonville chairmen: :Mrs: Drew L. Rat- I't__ :
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\I Beach with chaperones Barbara I liff. co-chairman; Miss Amy Co- I :
the citizens of Bradford > with theMOST _
CountyI ; I
Henderson and daughter of Starke bum. Spiritual Life; Mrs. Arthur : _ ; __
!1 and Jackie Strickland Seiple and Holiday. Local Church Activities I _

son of Jax Pamela Fay Law- i|i ; Mrs. L. D. Vining Couitsey l

take this, means of expressing to you my sincere appreciation I son is home from Tift College. : Mrs. C. E. Johns membership -

for your activities in my behalf during the Forsythe, Ga. Wayne ::\Mundorffis ; :Mrs.: Carl Johns treasurer; # "
in Tavares for two weeks workmg and :Mrs.: Clyde Sinclair secre- \& 1T'J"
recent primary elections. I am deeply honored that you :
for his uncle and aunt Mr. tary.Circles
have elected me to sene another term as your County : and Mrs Arthur Bennett at their 2 and 3 met jointly

Commissioner and I will strive as in the past, to give nursery Connie Jones who :Monday: afternoon at 3:30: o'clockfor _

I was a graduate last Friday a fellowship period.
fair. night
you impartial, and conscientious service on your I .
has gone to Niagara Falls to live Following group singing and

board. I with her grandmother Barbara prayer. Mrs J. H. Fields andMrs. _
Colley has returned to her :: L. J. Green met with their '

studies at Charity Nursing School!I members in business sessions in .
M. 0. Harrell _
in New Orleans after being home the two church parlors. iillUIIYI

j I for two weeks vacation JoAnn :Mrs.: E. K. Ferryman gave the With Purchase of Each Pair of Pants '
i Rowe is home from the t'ni. of!' devotion for Circle 2 and also I I MARK S5E mere Electric

Ga. and on Saturday Lucile Greenland gave a talk on "The Seven Goals 40 h-p. 4 Cylinders in Lin,

son. Buzzy. will take Lu | of WSCS." :Mrs.: J H. Ritrh was I AlUmot Firing Thunderbolt Mine From $6.95 up

WITH DEEPEST APPRECIATIONI I Ito Athens. Ga. where she will attend |I appointed publicity chairman during I\ Forward' KUvtral and Renne

I Twirling Camp at the University the meeting. first in power' saiocxhoess aad

until June 22. after which, Circle 3 business session was i. handling case .,fir:: ".ith exclusive

>\i ih to express; my gratitude to my ,,rfie will attend a Twirling Camp,I opened with prayer by the leader 12-volt starter-generator
-ignition key starting
|at the University of :Miami: until '' Mrs. Green. :Miss: Kate Struth I t power system for lights, accessories. We Carry The Largest Selection of

many friends throughout Bradford July 22.Richard. 1 i gave a devotion on "Christ's Attitude Super quiet too, "*ith omplete

I and Esther Carter and ." The program was by Mrs engine silencing new Ina-
County for the fine support given me Shirts In StarkeBARKSDAWS
:George and Valaria Shuford are I|i i Titus Olson from The :Methodist: Float Suspension full Jc' eled

in the recent primary election.*. Your ''spending this; month at the Kop- ,j Woman. I Power. -
I elousos I 'tall and rofltr bmrinst fArovghout
cottage on Kingsley Lake !> --
Kindnesses will always be warmly remembered hear that Boots Peyton and WSCS Meets MondayCircle
Marguerite Hall are opening a' .
by me and my family.FLOYD .
much needed "Business Aids" office Four of the First :Methodist : -

at 3S2 ,N. Temple Ave. where I WSCS will meet :Monday: ,

,all types of clerical work will be night at S o'clock at the home ofMrs. '
Starke Tire Sales
WIGGINS handled for the public Eula :: John A. Torode 513 N. Walnut :

Conner has been added to the St. Cohostress will be Mrs
Phone 189 Starke. Fla.
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II Mrs. Barney McRae and Mr I Miss Adel Dinkms of Jackson- [ TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTMAXVILLE I :Mr. and Mrs. Philip Deckaid -of the horn --- - -
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the .
and Mrs Glen Conner visited Mr. I jville spent the weekend with Mr Jacksonville! were guests of Rev I j>n'pnn' \i MtPherMn. B K < :, :., t-:
slatted Those .
and Mrs. Barn'yI<-P.ae Jr in and Mr& Charles Dinkins and fam 'and Mrs. H. F. Higdon last Wed- plaY11gthe pan. and R V anti Hi>w..ni Pt.-ir: :. .'
Lake City on Sunday I ''nesda j besides Karen were. Lana Nolan. Rev Lester Taggart .in,] I.p11Chii -
ily.Mr. morning.The Karen Griffis. obtolan, Billy !
:Mrs. T. J. Griffin, :Mrs. Carrie I and Mrs. Ben Rowland spent Church Chris I ISy Mrs. C. K. :' olanAAAAAAAL4LLAjAAAAAA4A of Sunday Nolan, Henry Wellhau.-en. RoseMary
Ritch and Miss Annie Darby: the weekend in Apalachicola with I : St; hool I
enjoyed an outing at Wellhausen. and
spent last weekend in Jacksonville : their son-in-law and daughter.. ickland's Carolyn!
Landing Wed-
I .1 I Chilson. Duets:
I .1I I ; were Played
I I i I by
where they attended the and Mrs. Dwight :Marshall. Their
II I nesday. They spent the and'1
I graduation exercises of the for I:: daughter. Kay Rowland, who has 1 Mr and Mis. John) Guldens, of I had a picnic and Rose Mary Wellhausen and Car- JXHK the nrtt f>trrbriMik -
.o 'Avon Park visited with Mi biddens' swimming. o\n! Chilson and Billy and Bobby pur"e-0'zp fountain |wn% in
mer's grandson, Cliff Mendoza. spent several months with the
6 I I Adults chaperoning the group i Nolan The talented Bedford pa..tfl .hade Only $!58! at Bradford
brother-in-law sisters. -
from Bolles School. Cliff. as president Marshalls, has returned home with .. sister. were Mr and Mrs N. L. Cannon. '
Mi and Mrs J M. High spent. Mrs Delores Hall and two of the senior class, delivered her parents. Mr and Mrs D. B Griffis. and |: Mr and Mrs Weaver Guff and Dorothy Mary and Babsy 0: County Telegraph.

'm weekend in Claikton, N. C. I I daughters of LouISVIlle, Ky. are the welcoming address at the Mrs Carl Laniar Johns and daughter last Friday. Mrs Griffis' Mrs Ed. Wilkinson. Callahan. sang two numbers. Mr I t
oii< i: OF '
.hit ing his parents, Mr. and :Mrs.r !< spending a month with her sister, class day exercises and acted as i: Mrs. Ovid Bennett and children mother. Mrs Belle Giddens. returned -i Morris Bernstein Jr. and Ritkaids played the clarinet a<'-i I IU:4.: '''I-It nl.1UIU.It inI :

I High. I IMr I Mrs. Benedict Finzer. and lr.1 Master of Ceremonies for the rest were visiting Mrs. Cecil Sewell in home with them after an Ronnie, and son. i I companied by his'if(' on thrI i', :-0'. i I' jii>reh> giviti 'J 1 .ri : .
son-in-law. ..
Harry i 1'l' 1 I"l ,
piano also "The Holy :> ;n' >! 1II1<1'r M'!" p i '" > '
and Mrs. Charles Luton Finzer I of the day In the final drill on 1: Jacksonville on Wednesday.Mr. : extended visit here Teasley of College Park, Ga. I and sang i'!I.I\>'ei l': i'.:''>.! ii\\,.. ,.f Vets ., .,;.
mu son;; Charles Jr. of Olmstead 'I' :\Marguerite Claik of Miami Saturday afternoon Cliff, who i I I and Mrs. John P. Simpson !' Little Jackie and Lynn Watersof visited with11'. Bornstem's City. The program ended with ,' A. "f 1M1.! will r"I'r \\lU :1.)I'iMrrk
Mrs Rickards of the rin-.nt ivt.i '. .. '
ill pent the weekend with Mrs. I Iind is spending ten days with was Commander of the :Naval I Sr. -Tokoma Park, Md. are Jacksonville spent the weekend daughter. Mrs Evelyn Gnffis playing Sonata in t"r Pradford r'untv. 5(4'";"f i- K

< Mrs. Titus Olson. | her patents, Mr. and Mrs. I. E Unit, had Miss Mary Monroe as I, spending two weeks with Mrs. HI with their grandmother. Mrs. Dorothy and daughter last Sundav. Mrs A by fozart.Refreshmt'nts were 'I .ida. upon rectipt ot pr.f 'f I',.!

ili and Mrs. Joe Griffin of I Clark. This week they are visiting sponsor. At the graduation exer- I S. Fernandez. Waters. and family. Gnffis and daughter. Sarah Mae, served by mothers of the pupils. n.iine'at''n.,(of Rii thtnotion,.inf,.-- .\ids. the umlrr f.tf.i a: '>

Jacksonville were Sunday evening relatives in :Mobile and Mont cises Sunday morning. :| Mrs Clyde Gassett and Mr. Miller I' There was a very good turnoutat acompamed them home to :Mi and Mrs Buford Higgin!;I \\* are eng.tiit in I.IPI.I,-*- ..: v
spend botham had dinner \ T*>ninl.> Atf J
the Stark.Kl
basv-ball as Sunday 1.
guests of Mrs. Titus Olson. gomery, Ala., and Augusta Ga. Hewes presented with a special: ,i Johns were married Friday game yesterdaybetween the summer months | Marguerite! Hall. *, \\'. I.i.i i > t'. :t
Mr and Mrs. Joe Griffin of Mrs. Mattie Gahagan returned citation for his "outstanding example -', afternoon, June 1. at Starke. Lawtey and Maxville at M'MMKU: I'KOGKVM: guests Mrs Joyce Schmel and ,, St Stark. Fla. n.. half in'.r-! "
the ball next to the Maxville daughter and Mr and Mrs Charles onrtta T Pet"ii l.ut- I .
park --.irk.
Jacksonville were Sunday evening home Sunday after two weeks j of leadership as President I Mrs. Hazel Moran and son, Jerry If any of you Maxville children f'la. ont>.lIalf mt< "I. ,

guests of Mrs. T. J. Griffin visit with relatives in '! of the Senior class and as Capt. !.i of New York City are spending Baptist Church. Lawtey won the happen to be else in the Schmel and children from Kiteil- this ?th day ,.f .Tun.' A !I'

Mrs. Carrie Ritch and :Miss Annie Ga. and Beaufort and savannah'l'. of the swimming team: for his I the summer at Kingsley Lake game by a score of 13-8. Better county this summer visiting and Jacksonville Mr and Mrs James 1-'I.ii. ..,;.... want
Darby S. C. I! command of the honor Naval Unit I(withIrs.: Moran's mother, Mrs. luck next time, boys. take the to Waters and family and Mr and \ 4'4_
I ] The Maxville school term will part in summer program Mrs. J. C. Higginbotham and :Mrrirn TO .
Dish Dansby of Perry is visiting Friends of Mrs. Jeanette Par- and for his contribution to : Louise Moore. being conducted at the other I. Circuit (.ourt, trrcm
t Ilradford fun BIT,
end this Friday June 8.Iost of family Lawlev
his cousin, Mickey Dansby, ker Wynn of Jacksonville form- the sportsmanship of the entire Mr. and Mrs.V.: R. Haislop recently -' schools the following activities Ftaridnt In (ttumrrtf. .
the will welcome few The Maxville I'thr ,
II pupils a girls attending I.'ins. |.iv.\ I t
this week erly of Starke, will regret to hear school. Included in this citationwas moved into town from their j will be offered in centers having Fdt..n.r..--. M"V.1'' f.T.1.' !I. N I
Mrs P. S. Denmark and Mr. that she is confined to bed at her' $25 and an Honor Bar. In former home on Route Two and Imonths vacation but I'm sure will facilities to handle the F. H. A. picnic at Kingsley i'.i... v.' .II l' '. t.
and personnel
: be glad to start back again in the Lake last Wednesday afternoon \ollc. To AppearTo
and Mrs. S. G. Denmark will at- home, 1170 Scotten Rd., Jacksonville I the fall, Cliff plans to enter Tu- I are rending at 419 Center St ,fall. them. They are: Playground activities K.'ltim F.-ift. >'i" \ u 1 1M > ,, !
tend the graduation of J. E. Den- for six weeks. Visiting her lane University in New Orleans Mrs. B. S. Merritt of Jacksonville arts and crafts music, were Jo Ann Parrish, Jewel Hig 1'dtii'e and ,...hlt.l') I nkii.i 1 ,u
I Doss Higgmbotham had Sunday and Grace Harris. ,1011 are hereby
I ginbotham notified
mark on Friday from Emory Den- on Sunday afternoon were Mrs. La. has as her guests at her cottage library, shop, homemaking, swimming (..r tll\'r..t' :.mil; it ....i.i.: 'a ii'inaidm MJ".
I dinner with his brother-in-law and I :Mrs Joyce Schmel and daughter -'
tal College in Atlanta. J. E plans Sam Anderson and three grandchildren Mr and Mrs. Gail Mathews visited on Kingsley Lake her daughter i' visual aids and nature lun.i'
their and hus- :iister, Mr.: and Mrs. Dan Parrish. of Jacksonville and Mrs Hig- has been filed again-! you in !l b
to open a dental office in Starkein Kay, Brant and Vicky granddaughter Mrs. Paul Duke. and a daughter study Inquire at the schools in ,:above named Court and :f
I After dinner they went to Jacksonville Kinbotham and son Elmer visit- c.iu-e a'it ,
the near future. I Ir. Turner, and Mrs. G. P. Wads- band, Mr. and Mrs. William Leilani Duke, from Gastonia. | the different areas. Of course i[>ou are required to "..rvl' A ct.p> if
to visit M. J. (Bos) Austin ed at Doctor's Inlet Monday with your airswer or .
Flink at Southside Estates in pleading to th<*
J. Olivenbaum worth of Hampton.Mrs N. C.. and granddaughter Shiree '
:\{ and Mrs. W. the simmingclasses will be conducted complaint on the Plaintiff Attnrnet
who is ill at his
seriously Mrs. sister Mrs.
of Orlando were weekend guestsof Fred Francis returned to Jacksonville on Saturday.Mrs. Merritt of Tallahassee. at the pools in Lackawan- Higginbotham Joseph K.: Skipper. 221 F' r.,' i
: Bertha Fuller left Wednesday 0 home there. Hessie Adams. I Title liuildmir. Jaiiv-om!!.
Johns. her home in Fort Myers Tuesday Mrs. Y. Fuller of Miami
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lucy na Southside. Springfield. Sandpiper I Florida,
after month's visit with her I for two months visit with Mrs. R. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Any teenage girls interested in 'land file the
Mrs. A F. Sauls returned home a is spending the week with II and San Souci. Baldwin original In the off. eof
''her mother, Mrs. N. J. Thatcher I son and family and Junior Wilkin-I I | playing soft ball. please contact the Plerk of the Circuit 'nurt mior
month's visit mother, Mrs. E. C. Priest and : H. Barbour at Kingsley Lake. I .
Tuesday after a \lr'l I school will be the nearest cen- Jo Ann Parrish. liefore tin !9 da' of .1 I ,:Kl'
with her son-in-law and daughter and Mrs. Red Alvarez. Her I|in Jay, Okla. and relatives in Jop- Mrs. Gertrude Garland and Mrs. 'botham of Jacksonville I[ ter for the children of Maxville to I I !'".';' otherwise the .iII.'g.tt..i.! i !
1m Mo. ing in Maxville Sunday afternoon. Little Danny Waters of Lawteyis said Complaint will be taken a"
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pratherin niece. Anita Alvarez. accompaniedher Lois Diddell of Jacksonville, and attend. I I confessed ty
Mr. and :Mrs. E. D. Hague and I Mrs. J. C. Nolan and son Joey spending the week with his you.
Pasadena Calif., and a week home for several weeks visit. Mr Florence Hipple and Mrs.: Fifth Grad PartyA I This notlo shall be publi-ht-d
of Alachua at their were business visitors in Jacksonyule |: grandparents, Mr and Mrs Bu- once each week for four oonroutntweeks -
Jr. in Mrs. Sam Anderson will leave family are :Mae Wood of Keystone Heights
Mrs. Sauls
with Mr and party for the 5th grade clas3 ford [ In the Bradford Cuunt) T..:..-
City, La. Sunday for Washington, D. C. fora cottage on Kingsley Lake this were Sunday guests of :Mr. and laf, Thursday. I II i of the Maxvlle school !I Higginbotham. .graph.
Morgan was held i i
and week. I Mrs. Harry Padgett and Mrs. i Miss Gloria Higginbotham ofJacksonville hated this ii I il.i\ ,.f \|." ]1'i.t;
month's'isit with her son I Mrs. J. Mrs. Garland
Cantrelland T. !
Robert Quigley.
Mr. and I at the home of Bobby Nollan on I,. (Official Seal) Charles A. ibarly
children of Jacksonville were family DK2 and Mrs. Lyle An- Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly were ; and Mrs. Diddell were accompanied Doss Higginbotham carried Linda Thursday, 31. spent Monday:\ night Clerk of the Circuit Coi't
I May The children !
Waters. : and Tuesday with her mother. By Marian L. Crosby, >" "\' (ciert
visitors of Mr. and :Mrs. derson. Mrs. Anderson will be visiting Mrs. Allie Driggers in : back to Jacksonville! by Mrs. Shirley Higginbotham. I
Sunday I enjoyed playing baseball during 'j SIt t' _"
'Annette Mrs. Gazelle Swet.
Lake Butler I Higginbotham, Bonnie I I
Robert Green. accompanied ty Mrs G. P. Wads- on Sunday. Thornquest who has been a guest the afternoon I
then had
Elaine Strickland i is visitingher woith of Hampton who will Miss Elizabeth Lawson of West I of the Quigleys.A and Alvin Padgett and Harvey McPherson : and I Dan Parrish and Mr. and Mrs

uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. ,, spend a week with the Ander Palm Beach i is home on two weeks I I picnic suppet honoring the to Strickland's Landing and drinks.. (cake The fudge 5th grade, pop moth corn I I. Leslie Sweat and family attended ACIT ABS .. tOe
I a Parrish family reunion at Par-
for dinner ard swim.
vacation. picnic a ,
Mike anniversaries of L. A.
1C P. Riccardi and son, birthday '
ers furnished the
I eats. Mrs.
sonsMr. Mr.: and Mrs. Charles Lawsonare Mrs. W. J. Greek sister of rish Cemetery last Saturday. New and better relief for indigestion -
York, in Miami this week. and Mrs. Ralph Knight and L. J. Wynn of Hampton was Raymond
Kilgore and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W M. Wimber- moved to Tampa on Wednesdaywhere in Albertville Ala. this week- enjoyed at Heilbronn Springs Monday -'Dorothy Waters is 1\1rs.\\ Parrish assisted Mrs. Nolan D J.I Those attending the camping heart burn gas and upset

ly of Bartow are here due to they will reside at 3707 end to attend the Wedding of i night by the honor guests and [[nicely after a serious Serving the food.WOMEN'S in trip last Friday night for the Jot mu'h. Ask for them e\ery-

the serious illness of Mr. Wim- Leona St Mrs. Knight will Gene Brasher to Earline Decker I relative performed at the Daniel Unit : B\SFJI\LL I Junior and Intermediate classesof here.

berly's mother, Mrs. H. C. \Vim- teach in the Temple Terrace Elementary Friday night. I Mr. and Mrs. M W. Lance had Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville I the Maxville Baptist Sunday
The TilE CHEX co.
women of Maxville '
berly, who is confined in the I School and Mr. Knight Rep. and Mrs. Marvin: Rowell of I as guests. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. last Friday. I trying hard to their baseball aie' School were Edwin Chilson Billy Philadelphia Pa.

Bradford County Hospital.Mrs. I will be a member of the new high Stuart were overnight guests last Carswell and daughters of Way- j Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Reynolds i get Taggart Buck Wellhausen,
I team started. Salesmen WantedALVAREZ'
Ben Brown and childrenof school faculty.Mr. Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. P. cross, T-Sgt. and Mrs. L. J. Richardson and family of the Jacksonville NAS I boy'sgame Claude and Roger North. Har-
D'I Sunday with'
DeFuniak Springs are guestsof I and Mrs. L. C. Smith and Fancher Sr. and daughters of Valdosta !were guests of Miss Debbie Phillips they practiced

Mr. and Mrs. L. A Davis this daughters. Tillie and Beth, left Mrs. Sarah Hunter, daughter. :' and Mrs. B. R. Quinn and daughter and Mrs. Hattie Nolan Sunday Henry Griffis pitching for them i:

week.Mr. o Saturday for Los Angeles. Calif. Sonia, and son, Theron, attended of Inverness, who were here afternoon. I and Bootsie Cannon catching j, Men's Clothing

and Mrs Garvin Harden o to visit relatives for two weeks. the graduation exercises of Mrs.: i to attend the graduation of Babs : Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberson and i Those fis. Gazelle playing Sweat were Lucille Grif 1\\II\ STORE Established 1S94 lij
Dorthy Kil- |
and Hunter's sister. Vonceil Clardy in1 daughter of Jacksonville visitors
and children of Baldwin spent the Emoute home Mrs Smith I Lance on Friday night. were -
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. i daughters will stop off in Lake Zephyrhills laf.t Thursday night j Rev. and Mrs. R. MacBlain: in Maxville Sunday. gore( Ida Lee Griffis Elsie Mae I'

six weeks and spent the weekend with their i : Little Louie Dee Owens son of Cannon. Rosalie :Nolan JewelNorth
Stanley Noegel at Kingsley Lake. Charles La. to spend spent last week with their r.n-in-
Smith's Mr. father, J. F. Clardy. Vonceil re- [ Mis. Ruby Owens has been a Jo Ann Parrish :MaryKilgore ]
Mrs. Charles Fields and children with Mrs. parents, law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs patient '
of Jacksonville are visitingher and Mrs Frank Hebert. turned to Starke with the Hunters |! George Foitunas in Apalachicola. at Duval Medical Center for Violet Burns 'd. ShirleyHigginbotha.m j,I I WE CONTRACT FOR

parents. Mr. and Mrs O. W. Mrs. D. L. Silcox was visiting for a few days visit. l: Rev. MacBlain also attended a ,two weeks with a kidney ailment. Annette Higgin- ,

White Sr., this week. friends in Daytona Beach Wed- Mr: and Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr. : ministers conference for several Mrs. Mae Higgmbotham and I IMra botham. Shirley Roberson. Gloria -: ALL TYPES OF BUILDING

Mr and Mrs. Tom Slade Jr. nesday of last week. I and son, _Brad, .were visiting: her; days at Camp Weed. Dorothy Kilgore spent Tues-I The Cannon and Jean Harris. t' .

and son of Atlanta will arrive to- Mr and Mrs. K. G Duncan and parents. %Ir. ana Mis J. a. :Spencer -I Mrs. W. G. Haile returned home day and Thursday of last junor boys are anxious to' BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL

day for three weeks' visit with daughter Margaret Rose will be I in Orlando over the weekend. '; Saturday after a month in Miami Jacksonville. : get a team started too. They I

the senior slades. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Hal Hamilton and w ith her sons, Jack and Woodfin I i Miss Merle Higginbotham has I practiced Sunday along with the HEP.IHSlm IOnEI.I G JALOUSIE PORCHES

Roy Smith in Tennille. Ga., where i Mr. and Mrs Lonnie Mullis celebrated Haile and their families. Three of returned home from a vacation \; junior gills. Let's all try to help i

I they will also attend a family I Mrs. Mullis' birthday an- the weeks she was in Miami was spent with her sister, Mrs. Joyce'chmel these teams out so we can have FREE ESTIMATES -

I reunion. niversary on Saturday evening by spent in the hospital there. Mr. : and family in Jacksonville I' more activities Maxville.. I

T. I having dinner in Gainesville.Mrs. '?nd Mrs. Lois Waters and '| KrX'ITAL: 1IKLI1 SATIRDAYMr
Rev R. D. Sommer and 11.1 mil Mrs Jack Haile and :'.')n. Mike, family ;
'I Slade Si. are attending the an- : Maxie Carter Sr. attendedthe Ieturned to Starke with Mrs. Haile in Law-ley. i j and Mrs. Fred Rkkards W. L. THIGPEN JR.

FLORIDATHEATRE i I I nut Conference of Methodist dance revue at the John Gor- ; and are staying at the Mark ] We are sorry to learn that Lit- conducted a lecital for their pupils I

> ('hun'h's in Lakeland from Wed- rie school in Jacksonville last Sat || Ritch cottage on Kingsley Lake lie Stanley Padgett had his leg I Saturday night June 2. at

i I I nesda\ to Sunday. urday in which her granddaughter i, for twoeeks.. broken last Thursday evening i i Maxville Baptist Church. The I Phone 297-J Starke Fla.

: Mr and :Mrs A. L. Crosby Jr.j:I Martell Faulk, took part. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley. Mrs ,when a boy riding a bicycle accidentally -, program opened with little Karen : .
I!i and fhildien and Ernest Jenkins I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sanders Mabel Merseieau. and Mrs. Jennie ran into him. Rnkard, playing the ('him..s and l Route 2, Box 213; I)

visited the Highland Zoo on Sunday of Jacksonville were last Friday Thornquest of Jacksonville have i Miss Annette Higginbotham of stackingthe notes S times f.i '

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Jacksonville her home .
is making
afternoon. returned from
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Enjoy: A Good; :Movie In Our Don Champion attended the I C. after spending two wet'ks'aca- Z-= __ ___= ------- -=- -==
Florida Service ManagementBranch Mr. and :Mrs. Jerry Bolilen! of Mrs. Doss Hig inbotham.
i turning at the Quigley summer
100) Per Cent Air Conditioned
Theatre During The Hot meeting from Monday to I Opalocka spent the weekend with home Laurel Lodge. Mrs. J. C. Nolan and children

Summer Days. Thursday at the Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. X.1.. Smith andfamily. ': Mrs. Laura Johns and Mis. Errol visited with Mrs. Nolan's parents.Mr. GIVE A COMFORTABLE CHAIR TO DAD

Beach Community Center. 'I I Alvarez returned home Monday and Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson in
Glen Duke of Fort Lauderdalewas Maj. and Mrs. L. W Hieatt and fiom Jacksonville where they had Jacksonville last Friday afternoon.We .

Saturday June 9 I home with his family from daughter. Paula, of Dayton Ohio I been staying with Mr. and Mm are sorry to learn that Mrs

DOUBLE FEATURE -- i Wednesday to Friday and to attend are visiting Mrs. Hieatt's mother I Joe Braden and Mrs. Herbert I>ahl F.arlfoslt.'y has been ill at her On Father's June 17
i! the graduation of his daughter. Mrs. Pauline Torode. 'to. be near their son and brother. home here and wish for her a Day -

ON THEMISSISSIPPI:I Gail. Friday evening. Mr. and MrsV.. G. Struth of Allen Johns. who is seriously ill speedy recovery.

I I ___ Jacksonville and Mis. W. W. Page ir.. St. Vincent's Hospital after undergoing Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Beach of

't I II i and daughter!; of Lake City were surgery last week. Hastings, and Mrs. W A. Cannonof

UMMIEX II I I I THE RIGHT POINT for the Wedne: lay guests of Mrs.'W. H I i Miss Pat Jenkins of Jacksonville Palatka spent the weekend with

Iagw4 BARKER TECH COIM ..' : left jour favorite ESTERBRQOK Struth and Miss Kate Struth.On was the guest of Jean Mundyon Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and LARGE ASSORTMENT
the occasion of Mr. and Mrs.F .
I *co""s* Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH Monday and Tuesday.
PATRICIA MEDl'tA sons.Mrs. _
nciutfAND way you \\ritt'. Come in and se- F. Stump's 45th wedding anniversary i| Mrs H. B. McLendon and daughter Arthur Wilkinson. :Mrs. of

,I I Mr. and Mrs. Stump Jeannette, of Orlando are Ralph Silas and Mrs. Ed Harris

I and daughter Lillian. joined the :( spending a few days, with Mrs.McLendon'5 'and daughter of Jacksonville visited -

; MUT; JUmKTUU, \ .MD': '.IOMANCEHOMWfWUMTOM! ) !!:[' 4 rest of their family, Mr. and Mrs. ': mother, Mrs. E. S. with Mr.: and Mrs.: J. C. Nolan
William Thomson Jr. and children PLATFORM ROCKERS'RECLINING
Thanks I ;
Matthews. and family Saturday evenng.
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)1 M-G-M." 1 of Monticello and Mr. and Mrs. I I {rs.'ergle Flynn returned Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Johnson have '

". ..nla I John W. Griffin of Oihlocknee. Rome last week after ten days &* their guests Mr. and Mrs. Jim '

'IT'SA DOG'S LIFE' : I wish to express my deep 'I Ga. at Panacea Fla. for a family visit with relatives in Mobile Ala. Quigg of Went Palm Beach Mr. and i (

BasdoatMhm.d get-together last Sunday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Williams and Mrs. Jim Quigg: Jr. of Gainesville .

UCHMO KJUHXNC DAVIS appreciation to my friends Alice Langford of Lake and daughter, Elaine, are spending and Miss Alma Williams ofIiaini.

tkri'Ik 8* Sumbri throughout Bradford County Butler is spending a few days with I this week on vacation in New Or- :, t tI CHAIRS :

JEff RICHARDS-JAW) UW1S Mrs. R. A. Thomas.Mr. ': leans and Platinum, La. i I There was quite a bit of excite-

DEMO CWENNDumucGiiwiDnH for their support in the and Mrs.: V. W. StricklandSr. I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Scott of irent in Maxville last Thursday I ,

of Daytona Beach were visit- I| Gainesville were Saturday visitors afternoon when the Thermoking'on

recent primaries. Your ing the junior Stricklands over ''of Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddir.i. a big tractor-trailer truck hauling | From

I'tl .COLOR $! I t I many kindnesses will always the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ray of frozen orange juice caught fire i --

\ CINiScOPE I Mr and Mrs. T. H. Hutchinson : Jacksonville spent Tuesday with right at the gas tank of the J. & i i 1-ii

be remembered. of Lakeland were visiting her Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tilley. D. Truck stop. It burned the cab '
Plus - sister Mrs. Calvin Houpt and Dr. I Charles Nasworthy and sons, very badly and also caught one of i| 2995
Gophers CromTexas" \S'IL.LISEE YOU IN FOUR Houpt on Monday.Mrs. I Charles Jr. and Arthur of Jacksonville the gas tanks afire. Several volunteers -

Cartoon and Chapter |i YEARS FROM I NOWJ. Kate Sheppard is spending I spent Sunday with Mr. and soon brought the fire under (,
No. 5 Serial '
: several weeks with her brother I )Irs. C. H. Nasworthy.Mr. control. The owner of the

i E. Brown and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I and Mrs. G. H. McCall of truck. Bob Burchett. and his ; To

Sun., Mon Tues. I Walter Hollingsworth, in Fort I Deerfield Beach and son. Stanley, brother Bill Burchett, the driver, j

June 10, 11. 12 : \\Tute of Mississippi; State College. and both escaped without burns. |

FORBIDDENPLANET i .. Miss Joyce Rozler of Pompano I Miss Peggy Smith. daughter ofl j I

I Beach were guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mra Albert Smith and ,I 149 95

i last week of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse runner-up for Queen of the Spring

Newsome.Rev. Festival in Baldwin School crowned -

With Walter Pigeon and Ann 'I and Mrs John Stroud of the Queen. Miss Rose Mary

FrancisEXTRAEXTRAEXTRA II Cienfuegos. Cuba were guests of Thompson. from the Hercules USE OUR BUDGET PLAN

Mr. and Mrs T H. Slade Sr. Powder Co. at the Spring Festival I
j I from Tuesday to Thursday.Mr. held in Baldwin Tuesday night
WEDDING IN SERVICE TO STARKE I and Mrs Robert Barks- May 29. I II

dale and children spent Sundayat I Mr. and Mrs Ray Pellum andMr. I
MONACO i ii Salt Springs attending a picnic and Mrs. James Coleman of SPECIALSAN

i Business Aids and visiting friends. Jacksonville were guests of Mr. I
Rainer III and Grace Kelly j
and Mrs.
Mrs. Allene Lemons Mrs. Edna F. B Coleman and family I
Plus "Little Red SchoolMouse"
i i Blankenship and Mrs. Samie Sunday. I
Cartoon '! MARGUERITE HALL O OTA T. PEYTON3S2 : Thompson and two children of! Mr. and Mrs Henry Carter and I j
:North Temple Avenue Statkville, Miss were visitingMrs. family had as their guests for I, 85 I
Wed. Thnrs. and Fri. I
Margaret Blankeship and Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs L. From

June ]3. It, 15 I II COMPLETE CLERICAL SERVICE TO TilE children from Saturday to Wednesday Rufihmg, Gene Williams and B'I' i

......al p..-'. and Mrs.: J. C. Carter and son of CARPET =
BURT ANNA I COMMUNITY Jim Smith of Washington, D. C Jacksonville'Mr and Mrs Marvin, Per Yard I

;LANCASTERMAGNANI.Hal I who graduated from the George Green and family and O. B. Green ,
i: j Washington University Medical of Middleburg.I Made
Walhs- To Order We
I I Mr. and Mrs. -- Deliver And
-rfTESNESHEZ Including I College on Wednesday arrived L. B. Rushing. Lay
; WUUAMI : here Thursday with a classmateto Mrs. Minnie Carter. and Mrs. Tru-

Public Stenography Mimeographing I spend this month with his dy Crosby went to Jacksonville '

I IlliT1YlSIOK i grandmother, Mrs. H. L. Brown- Sunday .evening to carry :Mr. and

TATTQQPlus Bookkeeping Service .- Invoicing I Ilee I lee in cottage Starke, at and St.at the Augustine Bro\vn- Mrs.home J.there.C. Carter and son to their DENMARK FURNITURE E COMPANYOF

i i Beach. I Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Bornstein of
Employment Service Mailing ListsPhONE
j Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Douglas Jacksonville and Mr.: and Mrs. j STARKE

"Miami Maniacs Car- j''of Jacksonville spent the weekend ,Cleveland Archey of Ft. Myers

toon : 300 I with Mr. and Mrs Charlie were guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. L. \ 431 446 W. Call St.

.. Cowen. I Cannon and family last Sunday. Phone 151FRID.


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- -yyyVVVVYYVYYUVVVTVLASYTEY------- -- --- ,Misses Mary Faulkner, Dorothy at their respective homes. I I..y..................... !%e lre Ta Appear j SOO, New York, N. Y. above named Court and cause and I I Stella F. Austin. Defendant.
" To: John Hutchlngcon. ,,'hosl'r"ldence you are required to nerve a copy or.
Swanbom, H. B. Ingram Jr., Earl Mrs. Charles Frisbie and chilI I and address s: :209-66: lllth I you are n..r.unOUrIt'Q that ai your answer or pleadingto the' Case No. 1O1"IOrder I
Hoffman, and James Smith. I dren of :Middleburg were Sunday ,: STATE FARM Avenue Queens \'Illageew York i I Ull i... t mnlaint i n the Plaintiff s Attorney I Of l'uhliraU".d :olict To
Divorce Kitchen & :Schwartz, 713 Profess.onal .Appear !Male Of Florida lo
I You are tirrcbin.ufied that a care, custody and control -
Wendell and David Kelly arr 'ed dinner guests of },Ir. and :Mrs. I .
I II suit for divorce care. custody and Building, Jacksonville, Kla.and I Stella F. Austin, whose ie--
I I I II and support of minor child, file the In the office
this week from Southern College Lonnie Futch. control of minor child. original
Ky airs. Joyce T. FutthLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I the of Jacksonville I I i 15y Janet Turner 'has been flied agal:.-i you; in the ua been flteU .5diI.t >ou Hi in* of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on dence and address is 1211 App:
j Lakeland to spend summer I I Miss: Jackie Harley 1'hone 135-J above named Court and cause and iuove named Court and cause ana 'or before the St. Wilmington, Delaware.You .
*, I with their parents. Mr. and Mrs' spent the weekend with her i you are required to s-rxe a copy of ,ou are required to serve a copy o! I :s day of June. 1956; I are required to appear rn
:our answer or pleading to the com- otherwise the allegations of raid .
our answer or pleading to the complaint June 2i, the a'e m" i
!Hermie Kelly. I II parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Har i tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMrs. IIlo.fI'! m the Hiairaitfs Attorne 'Complaint will be taken as contestfd I'afi .n .
on the Plaintiffs AttorneyII Court and wherein : :{
Mr and Mra George Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lamb of ley. C. Raldwin. 1'. O. LVr 104 Williams & Futch, !'. 0. Box 188.Starke I by )'ou. seeks divorce.cause p..tin.
I This notice shall be
i publishedonce
DeWitt Florida
of Gainesville and I II Mrs. P. L. Dinkins Sr.. I Sinclair spent last jinesMlle Florida
and son Ruky I Mr and each week for four consecutiveWeeks
and Mr. and Mra. si.aUpublish ;
Starke, Johnnj jur.d tile Itf 'Ei' idl In tt-e urfice oi Bradrnra county telegraph
I '
week in Winter Haven with her and tile the original in the office oi In the BRADFORD
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox and I Jenkins and family of Jacksonville Miss Adel Dinkins of Jacksonville,, the Clerk of the Circuit Court on the clerk of the Circuit Court on or TFt.EORAPH. COUNTY I this Order In next four
I' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. andMrs. before the before the 25 day of June, 1956; ; weekly Issues.
son Da\Td of Starke were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anderson and Freddy Dinkins attended grad- or Paled this 23 day of Malr:6. I
visited seal
Witness and
1 Harold George. j jr IS day of June, 196; ; otherwise the allegations of said OFFICIAL( SEAL. Charles mv hand
and Mrs. I : ) A. Darby __.
of Mr. at the -
guests G.I Sunday. Billy Anders returnedto uation exercises Universityof otherwise the allegations of said lompUmt will be taken as confetsej i! Clerk of the Circuit Court. at St.i.K 'l"rda.: h' I..y
\V Roberts. ,, Jacksonville with the Jenkins : Florida on Monday. Paul Din- I r[ Mrs. R. P. McLendon and sons Complaint will be taken as confessed b> you I:By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk : 1106.
by you. This notice shall oe publishedon 5::25 4t 6'15; OFFICIAL SEAL) (Tiarles A. oarlry
in Jacksonville
'were last
II. H. Hem of Tampa was a :;for a visit. I I,kins received his Masters Degreein shopping This notice shall bp published each week for four cone>..cut.e As Clerk of sa,.! Coaf t.
visitor here on Saturday.Mrs. Agriculture at that time. Friday. I nee eac i week for four ronaecu- week In the Bradford Count In Circuit Court, Bradford Coun- *" Marian 1*. Cro_by. Deputy Clerk
business I 'I
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Huliard had ive weeks in the Bradford County Chas. R. Sleep S84 Life
TeleKiaphDated Guaranty
J. P. Wyrick of Tallahassee 1 I as Sunday dinner guests Mrs. R I I The James Waters family were Brant, Kay, and Vicky Turner I:Telegraph.Dated this 22 day Of May 1956. i tj', Florida; In Chancery. Hide.. Jackso \'i1Ie. Fla.Attys. .

spent from Saturday until Monday I C Keene and family of Jackson- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Buford I spent Sunday in Starke with their OFFICIAL this,SEAL IS day) Charles of May A.156.Darby OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb I ICI..rk I Daniel L. Au :m, Plaintiff, \'S.I !i for I'lf. 525 4t 6 1laC"C"C"C"C"C"C"C"C"C"C"C"C"C"Dl"'
with her sisters, Mira Eliza: i Higginbotham in Maxville on Sun grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L.I Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Circuit Court I, .
I ville, Mr. and Mrs. Vanice Keene By Marian L. Crosby deputy Clerk Ry Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk ;a:, r:: a:':!00 a a a a a a a c-:
beth Terry and Mrs. J. T. Futch. and family of Glen St. Mary and day.Miss Anderson Sr.Kenneth 5/1S 4t 6'S 5'25: 4t 6'15': i--------------------------------
Miss Mary Julia Futch and :Miss and Mrs. Earl Starling and Adel Dinkins is spendingthe I Stafford returned last .
week with her parents, Mr. and I Why gamble
her fora
Terry returned home with family of Lakeland.Mrs. weekend from a five-day stay in ;, Circuit Court. Bradford County I Mil Hi: TO tPPERIn
:Mrs. P. L. Dinkins.Mr. I Florida In thanrrry. 4 Irruit C''Orl. Ilradturd t'ooatr
visit. D. C. He
Sam Hicks and the O. J. was a
and Mrs. Carl Carter had as Barbara Ann Broskey, Plaintiffvs Florida In <'hanerri.Eula sure!!
Mrs. W. P. Kemp Jr. and sons Anders family attended the Par- ,member of the '56 graduating class : Mae Ashley William, Plain : This time make
weekend guests their soninlawand lof Arthur L. Broskey Defendant tiff. vs. Rufus Williams, Sr., Def..ndant. -
have moved from the Joyce Futch rirh Cemetery working on Satur- Union County High School and Case No. 10-1572 I
Case No. 10-1553
rental house to West Call Streetin daughter :Mr. and Mrs. Paul they went to Washington as part N..il..r T" tpitrariTo the
day.Mrs. Dinkins of St. Augustine. I,of their class activities.Mr. I Notice To Ipprar : Itufus Williams, Sr. whose \ Now you can buy
Starke. and
Roy Tomlinson family To: Cpl. Arthur L. Broskey
I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells of I residence and address i!': Unknown
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bennett and of New River came by on their 1 and Mrs. M. C. Roberts had RA 246-30-745, whose residenceand You are nere.t) notified that a :

son, Mrs. George Lastinger and return from Jacksonville on Tues,I Miner Wildwood of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs., and Mr.Howard and 'as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. address is Co. B, EBA, APO I has suit been for filed divorce against you In the I Quality Gas Water Heater

family and :Mrs. Richard Bennettof day and carried Mrs. Margaret : Jimmy Whitehurst and daughter I
Mrs. Jack Vinson of Jasper attended .
Daytona attended the graduation Kelly home with them for a visit. and Miss Louise Whitehurst of I with/ SWJ
the graduation of Miss Mary T*
of Vaughn Prescott on Friday :Mr. and Mrs. Herm Hamiltonhad 'Florence. S. C.
Ann Motes on Friday evening. Mr.
evening. :Mra Bobby Ben- as a weekend guest their son, I Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Stalvey, A .
and Mrs. Wells spent the weekend
nett and son remained for a visit Norman. The Lynn Hamiltons I Mra Margaret Byrd and daughter NO DOWN PAYMENT
with Mrs. Wells' mother, Mra Ef- \f
with Mr. and Buster Bennett, Mrs. visited them on Sunday. of Archer, and Mrs. Byrd's <
fie Miner. Miss Motes has gone !
Hattie Darley the Prescotts, and The WSCS held its monthly business 'mother-in-law of Greenville were 'oqYM t'i
to Wildwood to be the guest of
other relAives. meeting at the :'IlethodistChurch Mr. and Mrs. Wells. ;Sunday night supper guests of Mr
The C. B. Hiatt family spent on Tuesday afternoon. and Mrs. R. P. McLendon. MONThLY PAYMENTS -- $ | /V19
Saturday at Kingsley Lake with Tuesday evening the VMS of the I Bobby Stafford left Monday to I $300.- i

Mr. and Mrs. Louie Lee VVain- Baptist Church met at their I 'vvvvvvyyvvvyvvyyvvyyvvCLAY btart a new job in Jacksonville. I I ONLY PERFECTION WATER HEATERS COMBINE '-._
right and family. II I His brother left ? 36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $-5 A.17 VALUE 1 I
church.Mr. I Kenneth Sunday &flft j 5 QUALITY FEATURES FOR IONG-LIK! SURE :
:Mrs. Joyce Futch and sons and and Mrs. H. C. Kelly visit- HILLby to accept a position with the Atlantic ,
Miss: E. Terry were in Jacksonvilleon ed Mrs. Thelma Kelly and Mrs. I I I Coast Line Railroad in Tril- ; 1. Choice of glass or bonded-zinc lining protected

Saturday on business and had Carolyn Hinson in Gainesville Mrs. 3. U StricklamiIAAAAALAAAAAAAAAALAAAAA.4 by. I I LOANS UP TO $2500.00 by warrantee!

lunch with :Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wednesday afternoon. Brant Turner spent Monday and I I 2. All connections u' 'cft>d. No "ocrewed-in" pipes to

Durham.Mr. Mrs. C. W. Thomas is visiting ,Tuesday of this week visiting his'I invite spot corrosion!

: and Mra: Shad Thompson of her mother in Bradford, Pa. C. W. Revival services will start at grandfather, Roy Turner, i ."AeI I I 3. All tanks individually tested, controls tested 3 times!

Lake Butler were Sunday dinner is staying with his parents Mr. Clay Hill Baptist Church on SUn- Butler. I I 4. Outside jackets enameled inj'eand out to halt rust!

guests of Mr. Thompson's son-In. and :Mrs. D. B. Thomas while she : day, June 10 at 7 p.m. A Singing I Mrs. Amanda Dobbs has been i Why Put Off t> ,{ ) 5. Dust free base!1--

law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. is away. Convention will be held during the confined to Doctors Hospital in I II I I

Dan Starling.Mr. Mr. and Mrs Seeber Doyle An- afternoon starting at 2:15. Serv- Starke where she underwent an I I % _) ..

: and Mrs. James Anders of drews and daughter Wildwood ices mil continue each night I emergency operation. m

Palatka visited Mr. and :Mrs. O. J.' ivere Sunday evening supper I through the week, concluding with I Mr. and :Mrs. W. N. North and Ii

Anders on Wednesday.Mr. guests of Mrs. Andrews' parents, Homecoming on Sunday, June 17. !son were in Gainesville Saturday r Needed Repairs Paint Your House I I

and Mrs. G. W. Roberts \The will be their and .
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore. Chuck Homecoming message \isitmg son daughter-in- AUTOMATIC GAS WATER

were hosts at a luncheon for the Moore returned with them for a preached by the veteran wilderness !law: Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. I;I Add a Room Screen Porches .-..--.- E"n_..._._=;:.___:_41'__ tJ I

teachers at their home last Wed I preacher, J. L. Strickland. On this I Miss Linda Edwards, daughterof

nesday. Thoa3 enjoying their hospitality -I visit.Mr.. and Mrs. .Bryant Reddish date he will celebrate his 55th year Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Edwards, i BUILD A GARAGE ADD A BATH INCLUDING $6.00 Down $6.00 Per '[

were Mrs. Frank Lyles, land Mrs. Mary: Reddish visited Mr. 'I in the Baptist ministry. Come ,recently underwent a tonsilectomy -- ,
Mrs. H. II. Hamilton, Mrs. Glenn and Mrs. Drew Reddish in the hear him and unite with us in a :in Alachua General Hospital. Month for 16 Months
Conner. Mrs. H. C. Kelly. :Mrs. !Heilbronn section Sunday after- basket dinner and fellowship with I Thirteen of Mrs. Bryan Whit- -

Jack Estes, Mrs. Joyce Futch, God and mankind. feld's'; clorost friends surprised LABOR AND

I noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Milton Clark of I Last week the members of Long her Monday with a delightful party I: MATERIALS, 20 GALLON WATER HEATERFree

FOR DEPENDABLE Macclenny were Sunday guests of Branch Church were doing some ;I and a lovely going away gift
Applications At Our Office No Obligation
the D. B. Thomas family. much needed work on the premises. ,of two nice blankets. The ladies I -

i Since Monday completed the i I Clay was hauled in and spreadover I'all gathered at Mrs. Whitfield's Store Hours: Open 7:00 Till .>:30 Monday Through Hook-up to Gas up to 15 ft. of Tubing

Termite ControlS post-planning period for teachers ',! the parking area, and other,home while she was taking a late Friday. Close Noon on Saturdays
made. afternoon ride with her
they made known their plans for improvements were daughter.

'the summer. Mrs. Lyles. with her We had a working at Clay Hill I On Mrs. Whitfield's return the
Household SprayingI & CommercialCall ''husband, will visit Mr. Lyles' parents Church last Saturday. cleaning out 'ladies surprised her as she entered STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES I SLADE GAS COMPANY

in Frostproof before going to ''the trash that accumulates during -'her living room. Her friends ,,

FR. 6-C035 'Alabama to visit her parents; Mr. !! carpenter work, making cur- I served refreshments:, and a delightful PHONE 333 or 45

and :Mrs. Estes leave mon for a ;tains to put in front of the choir evening was shared by all. : Starke, Floridalbucaa
and also the Amen side of the ,. -- =-<: I
with relatives in Kingsport on -' )
Florida Pest Control =:: = : _! = :
I : F :: E = : == : _
Tenn., Mrs. Conner will be workIng ;pulpit, moving the heater, and arranging ,.." ." ,." ., i --

& Chemical Co. on a course from the University our new chairs for the I II -
of Florida, Mrs. H. H. Hamilton -I choir, and many other odd job!'.
24 N. W. 16th Avc. plans to attend summer 'If you come to church now, you i AND NEW RIVER'
Gainesville Florida
school, Mr.: Ingram will be con- can see where the building fund I,

Pest Control nected with the National Guard, I,money has been spent. I 1 :Mrs. E. .\. SappAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA '

:while the others will be working I Rev. Babb was with us last Sat- I and with .
Td pick go
urday night and delivered a fine up -

1 message.I !I' Mrs Agnes Des'Noyers of Jack-

,i Lottie Padgett was calling on I' onville is enjoying a two weeks'
$100 $300 I
NEED CASH? -- -- ,Relatives, at Clay Hill last Saturday \isit with her niece Mrs. Dorothy '

PROMPT COURTEOUS CONFIDENTIAL ,: Mr.. and Mrs. Albert Yates and '!:Anderson.Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Sapp and ,, the cleanest known !

I Geneva Knight;: of Dinsmore, and< I family of Gainesville visited their power
MARION FINANCE CO., Inc. (Louise Collins and three daughters -,parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Sapp.

> of Marietta visited the Lon- i j Sunday afternoon. I

218 W. University Ave. Phone, FR6-5333 'I'I nie Padgetts last Sunday. I I Mrs Mary:: Duke and son Donald -

Gainesville, Fla.Thats \\'ell, it r"ems we cannot find of Jacksonville spent Saturday ,

any more rabbits. but I can sure night and Sunday with Mi :. ,, .

find an old washing machine and Mrs. Troy Dukes and attend- '

: ,, (about :30 years old it is my I ied services at Elzie Chapel in

Our Business I mother's old machine) and it has ,:Union County Sunday morning. \

I; LASS'I If It's Glass We Have It! !to be worked on every few weeks; | :Mr.: and :Mrs.: Floyd Wiggins and >
: :when we start to wash. It is my Russell Green and, daughters wen'
i job to repair it so you see I car i in Jacksonville Sunday visiting Vt l, 4'J / :
'do something besides hunt wild Coy Tomlinson in St. Luke's liosI :
Peters Glass Co. I y'i: 1 c
Joe animals. But it always woiks when I pital. We wish Roy a speedy recovery ..- ;;
I I finish with it. Pity I warn't a : .' s \ e r :

FOR ANY GLASS; NEED I man so I could have been a ma- i Mr. and Mis. Johnnie Yaibrough '4 4f; 9g

p., We Design Modern Store Fronts chinist! ''and Mr and Mra Lonnie Sapp 01 ;

Just Mail Us A Pattern for Raiford visited Mr. and Mrs. O E _(

Table Tops 5252522.5252525 I Moody Sunday e'ening.Ir.. Moody : < Itt
entered Doctors Hospital in Stark
1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 24353HERE'S for treatment and ? i e
NORTH SIDE ,,Monday an opetation. $
By Mrs. Oscar Carter }[r. and Mrs James Lavendeiand ,

family spent Sunday with Mi a
I I and Mrs. Ted Cook and Mr. and

1 Little Johnny and Joan ScottI Mis James Lavender Sr. of Jack keep

1wp/NTunni I are spending a while in Fernandina ,sonville. < 'he fUll t

with their grandmother, Mrs, Mrs. Nan Moody and son Ralph safe POWer

POWER MOWER I,Jones. I I were in Jacksonville Saturday on Of Y OUr

Miss Eva Clark and Miss Ella. eng'c
Business and calling on Mrs. Ada
I .
Bailey. and Mr. andIrs.. B. Hammock and Mrs. Myrtle Andrews .lean-bur nJg

;; Faulkner of Lake City were visiting .1 I I sisters of Mrs. :Moody: protects Gulf Oox
\ Powerful, self-propell ..CUL'a the gaIrlst"Shr'
Mrs Dora Clark Sunday J Jimmie Merntt is back home de
I ., POSits
ed roller drive. Glides .. 55. that
.- Can- Mr and Mrs. John Aguiar and I ,from a three weeks visit with his : 5 mkIng 110 cause
on Skid-pan. Nancy of Jacksonville visited her I sons Robert and Richard Men it 1 In today' l'8opO\\er'JC01lpr5l

not scalp lawn.Fingertip mother. Mrs. Carrie Norman, and I'I in Jacksonville. :ll8jtVf'! lUgh_
forward stopReverti. .
the Oscar Carters last Saturday I 1 Mrs Mary Snow den was calledI ': '. NO-l\OX h(., f'nglnes.
Leaf Mulcher available. A new Mrs. Maggie Clemons of Heil I this week to the bedside of her sister keep new-'n .

kind of power mower. bronn visited her svster-in-Iaw' Mrs. Jeff Perry of Hampton } : new..Cngj0" gme POWE"r .

I Mrs. Carrie Norman, last Thurs who is seriously ill. ., ( 1 .,:/ for Baret Y and thrift
TRY IT ON YOUR LAWN BEFORE YOU BUY I .. ; .,/ 7 tho Ul and
,day. I I This community was saddened t< >'iJ/ 01 ext,a miles.
I Rev Haddock of Woodawn Bap. ,hear of the death on May 29 of I/fUL.r

HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. I I tist Church, Jacksonville showed I ,Plummer Moore of Miami a former 4ltt/ I

a film here Saturday night. Hi! resident of this community Our .A
I <0. _r .... ,
will also show one entitled "Sec sympathy goes out to his wife and
PHONE 69 STARKE, FLA. ord* Before Midnight." at the (son.

U I Fellowship Meeting. Friday. June! '! D. V.'. Colie of Palatka spent the

22 Everyone is invited. 'weekend with his children who Get the gasoline that burns clean I

A large crowd from here attend. I I live in the home with Mr.:: and Mrs::

ed Homecoming at Evergreen last: Bill Banks.

Sunday and enjoyed the fellowshi I Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie Crews and *PROOF: See how the asbestos glove, on the
with one another. Miss Winnie Bloom of Jacksonville -
HUNDREDSof Rev Dullard and family were left in the picture is smudged by the "dirtyburning ..

dinner guests of the Harold Alvarez -. !:i Sunday spent with Saturday Mra Murlie night Crews.and ta il-en d" of gasoline while NO-: ,.....J'. .. ..: ""f"&ilt.ox )

family last Sunday. ,i : leaves the glove on the right clean.That's "
details are managed and economic
4 Mrs. Harry Edwards of Gainesville ,1 because Gulf refines out the "cupful of trou ?
ally attended that only a trained and : NOTICK TO .\rrnmi 4
attended church here Sunday 1 i In Circuit Court. Bradford County,, ble"-the "dirty-burning tail-end"-from .Ia"II.
careful attend when
organization can and was the dinner guest of her { Plorlilat In rhnnrrrrOronzo ;.
the urgent need for serving is at sister. Mrs. Maude Wainwright. :i : J CoUvitti.f"ola\itu Defendant.To rIaintfr.Jsephiie \ every gallon, in making NO-NOX. < ;

hand. The Ossie Norman family attended .. I :Xoilre .Apnrari
i T.I' J.-.-...phjne ('ola'itti'h0! "
the Johns family reunion L .
ri snl TKf> and addr..ss iso o I. "
and picnic dinner at Kingsley Lake. ('alal.rt'lla.I: : Proadwaj, L"Ij Gulf No-Nox :1
IMlrd: "'it\' New York.xrncrj .
'last Sunday. I
i Mr. and :Mrs. Leonard Albridge! I tl Circuit Court. Bradford County ;

Phone 7 Starke, Fla. _ __ and Mrs. Due of Lake City visited I 'Florida'nf HutchinR'on.In Clianrrrr.BP Plaint.ff: t

/1 his mother. Mrs. Fred Laner.: Sunday John hit, hingM-n Defendant I
Funeral Director Ambulance Service Case No. 16-1341: Octane
and also attended the Sing at: cie8n-bumng... plus : Highest you can buy!

Our local funeral home enablea oa to offer convenience anA Evergreen Sunday afternoon.Mr. !,

services not otherwise available.We and Mrs. Harold K. Norman Window CleaningReasonable
spent the weekend at the lake with
-- .. the Richard Carters and George Prices

tunuan the highest type cervlce at loweet prices, and Shufords. Also Sunday guests h Outside Only 30c up F. REGISTER & SON DISTRIBUTORS

accept ANT life Insurance policy In force, loaned by ANTcompany were the John Aguiars of Jackson- W. S. AG EW, Prop.
ville. the P. Shufords.
aa payment In part or in full on a funeral. George i S93 Cherry St. Starke, Fla. STARKE FLA.
Glenn Shufords, the Oscar Carters. PHONE 153 ,
Consultation carrie no obligation.
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i islative Chairman: Mrs. Chester I .Y9Y9.Y9..nvrt..Y9Y9. .SOTICK OF INTRNTIOV TO
I Moody, Program Chairman; Mrs. ': NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Science Fiction Film :: IUI nn .'U'111'IUUI111': ;
: Notice is hereby given" tJt 'h-
I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS I II George McDonnell, Hospitality; OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy GRIFFIS LOOP Slated For Florida undersigned under t-, "> pr \ -: .
Mrs. Carl Fendnck, Publicity; CITIZENS ; of Chapter 20.95., : l.ax- ,,-fActs F, ,'. Ozora J. Shell of 1941, will 1'<'11'1''t' w ::11. theClerk
I By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 -Mrs George Massa, Publications; fly Mrs. Loi" Colt-nun : The year is 2200 A. D. Space of the Circuit, s''''.'t :-n and rda. .
for Bradford County St:i'K:
Mrs Richard Sunderland, Mem- Deacon Little FuneralizedOn 'i Church St I travel is little harder than cranking upon receipt of p- .> f ,.' I.h.-t

hir.imi GRADE GRADUATION i of years, will teach in :'oliddlei oership; and Mrs. Gay Livingston, Sunday. June 3, at 1 p.m. :>>hut-Ins &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&..&.... I up the family car. and mech- cation of this notice, the ft. :.M.\ '..s

Graduation exercises were held i burg next year. P.T.A members Room Mothers' Chairman. At the: the final rites for Deacon George Sister Marzie Barnes has returned Mr. and Mrs. N" C. Colemanand I I amzed robots do all the house name Which of we Surke are en Auf:agxl!>.m.i .'.:..'j'.. -
time this column went to press work. 52E South Walnut St. ?' : E:: .
I last Friday evening in the school contributed to buy her a lovely H. Little were held at New Bethel home after a week children spent the afternoonat I I jat 1-:. R. Hammond, TO i i- "\ I.1" .

auditorium for 11 eighth graders. 'piece of luggage, and she also received the list was still incomplete, but Baptist Church. He was I in the Bradford County Hospital Hampton Lake and Graham That's the background of "For Starke, Fla sole ownrr

a gift of cash, "for will be completed this week. 4.11S9.1) I Sister bidden Planet," MGM !'Iark.18.. and :Mirx \ I .
Mistress of Ceremonies was gasmoney born in Abbeville, Ga. Sept. Homer Williams is con Saturday.: I science .
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We see Mr and Mrs Billy Dem- hart I' O Rix :24g.? > ir r .
graduate Frances Reaves. Rev. to Middleburg" next fall. : and moved to Florida in' valescing at her residence on Pine : Mr. and Mrs. Laurie. McKinney I fiction drama appearing at Florida sole owners.Itcd, .
ery are living in the F'angborn i this ::lId f :\1.. \ Vls
Theatre day.
converted and bap- St. Ramar Lennon Jr. through
Fred Yerkes, pastor of the Episcopal Members of the committee who cottage on Lakeview Drue. All 1914 He was Levy is had as guests last weekend, Mrs. at Starke, Bradf i ..vD \

Churches in Keystone and planned and engineered the party of Billy's old friends are happyto tised in 1922 and was ordained a i on the sick list. He is being treated |Chip Whitfield of Live Oak, Mrs Tuesday : : 1; 0 -:

; :Melrose, asked the invocation. I were Mrs. Betty Manown, Mrs. welcome him back to Key-' Deacon in 1923 he married Daisy by Dr. Ritch ''Joy Jackson and daughter of The picture. filmed in Cinema-

Mary Siprellt'Irs.. Donna Wal- Wiley and to this union three i Church NewsBethlehem ':Puerto Rico, and James Whitfield Scope and color, has a cast headed !:
A group of 5th, 6th, 7th, and stone his old hometown, and are CHEX lOc
rath, Mrs. Hazel :McKay, Mrs. I children were born: Eddie, Fred- : Freewill Baptist of LaBellle. by Walter Ptdgeon, Anne

8th graders sang a song: "Pledgeof Lois Walker, Mrs. Bonnie Jones, pleased to know his wife and die and Lillie Mae. On October Church Rev. L. McKay pastor, !: Willham D. Brown Francis and Leslie Nielsen It Keeps breath kissing swrvt. I't'pIIK'rmillt -
Allegiance". A comic read- their new daughter. I of the U. S.Navy fla\or.
Mrs. Mary K. Schaeffer, and I 23 1935 he married lola Lane of held services" all day Sunday unfolds the drama of a space I Ask for themeerj
ing was given by Charles Ellis, Mrs. George Schaeffer, andMrs. I has returned to his stationat 'where.
Mrs Fran Morgan.EndofSchool i Belle Glade with whom he livedtmtil starting with Sunday School at ship flight to a remote planet, i
entitled "Thirteen" Gary Chance Chester Moody who are respectively Quonset Point R. I. after a 15 i
DanceOn his untimely death on May I 10 am with Bro. W. Prince act ''t'ay leave.I where spacemen hope to rescue THE HEX CO
read the Last Will and Testa- prejvder: ) and vice 'I 'hil.ldelphia, l'a.
June 2, : 28 For many years he has been a ing as Supt. At 11 a.m. Exper- I members of an earlier exploration
ment. Saturday evening of PT.A. for Mrs
president Keystone of' I Roy McKinney returned Salesmen Wanted
held. At 7:30
successful man ience Meeting was party.
Hirris C. Long, County Super- the boys and girls of Ke'stoneSchool's the coming year, have been in 1 to home from a two weeka visit with
Starke. High tribute was paid guest minister was Rev. Collins of One feature
7th and 8th grades held : is Robby the robot
Tallahassee all of this week attending her sister, Mrs. Alice Darowish in
intendent of Schools, congratulated '
: Deacon Little by the following Lake Butler. Club meeting Monday ; =
a lovely formal-party and dancein can carry 10 tons In on,'
the Short Course in :Miami.
the Graduating Class and presented -, St. William's Hall. The girls P.T.A'. work. : persons: Professor A O. Jenkins, at the home of Sister Williams -t hand, speaks 187 language. and

them with their diplomas.I had decorated the hall with pink arrived Pister Sophia Royal Sister Maurice -i Tuesday night. Choir practice -j The Ned Colemans had as Sunday does all the houseworkAs
Rev. J. Russell Young, pastor ot I Mis N. M. Rountree guests Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
i White, Deacon J R. Royal. Wednesday night Prayer
and white streamers, an auxiliary feature the
crepe-paper hersoninlaw
the Comnlunity Church. asked the Saturday for a visit with j| band Fowler of Alma, Ga., Mrs. Leona
and clusters of pink balloons. All and daughter. Mr and Jr., Rev. Bount and Pastor meeting Friday night prayer Florida Theatre also will pre-
benediction I Vinson. The scripture and invocation -' will meet at the home of Sister Stern and sons of Starke, Donald
the girls were lovely in their Mrs. Harold Ridaught, and all "Wedding in Monaco" the
Members of the Graduating by Rev. J. P. Rosa Green Saturday night the Stern of the Marine Corp in South
1 pastel formal gowns, and the boys the Ridaught children. Incident- were given I filming of the Grace Kelly wedding -
Class were: Susanne LaMee, Edith -I in light coats I Franklin and Rev. E. L. Walker "I Can Club" will meet at the Carolina. Everett Moore of Black- Sunday through Tuesday ,
were resplendent ally, speaking of the Ridaught
Mae Hall, Lane Jackson, Helen respectively acknowledgment ofcondolences i home of Sister Williams to discuss s'lear, Ga. I
with dark trousers.
I twins and their sisters- the ones :
Peyton. Frances Reaves. by Sister Irene Thomas "The Open Door. Sister i I Mr. and Mrs. I). D. Woodward I
Ag.1 Rev. J. Russell Young and Mrs who had the measles now have Khan Movie
gie Watson, Ginger Rev D. E. White. Moderator Gladys Blye, reporter. Sister Rebecca had as guests on Friday Mr and Genghis
I' Young came to the party fora the chicken-pox, and'ice'ersa. j i iI
Ricky Sunderland, Charles Ellis, I and of the )It. Sinia Missionary I Allen assisting during her Mrs. Ben Kellogg of Live Oak. Scheduled For Park
Everett Fox
while during the course of the Mr. and Mrs. I
Johnny Dodd, Dyvone Hall. Gary I their Ronnie : Baptist Association served as illness, Rev. 1... McKay, Pastor. I Mra Jimmy Woodard entertained ,
I evening. children. and nephew -
Chance, Dickie Siprelle, and Bl1"I at Jacksonville |I, Master of Ceremonies. He leaves I Allen Chapel A. 1.E.! Church at dinner May 20 honoring her I Genghis Khan. 12th century asiatic -
Sunday ;
ly Bennett. 'I Punch and cookies were served I spent | to mourn his loss a host of relatives Rev. R. J. Washington. Pastor. grandson, Pfc. Leroy C. Glisson, terror who once threatenedthe I

A reception was held in the by the room-mothers: Mrs. H. L. Beach. D. I[! and friends. The Regular services were held of Fort Lewis, Wash., who was civilized world rides againin

Lunch Room, immediately follow- Morgan, Jr Mrs. Bill Siprelle, I informs Word from that Washington Mr. and C'I. ,!, Ser'.eP.! for Henryilliams! all day starting with Sunday i i borne on leave. Those who en- "The Conqueror" a film appearing -

ing the exercises. The Graduating Mrs. Ray Chance, Mrs. Larry La- I us have daugh-I 1 I Presiding Elder B. J. Williams. School at 10 am. Supt. Homer I oyed this lovely affair were: Mr. at the Park Theatre Sun- : CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON
Dale Siprelle a new
Class and :Miss Gertrude Houser. Mee. and Mrs. O. A. Collins. ter Ann Mane, born in Washing- I former pastor of Allen Chapel Williams in charge. The member- and Mrs. Albert Glisson and chil- day through Tuesday. | about this question

the school principal, were guestsof Also enjoying the party were j ton on May 26. Mrs. Siprelle will I \ M.F.. Church, will deliver the ship was glad to welcome back (c'len Mr and Mrs. Ernest Allen John Wayne and Susan Haywardare i

honor. The lunch room had the children's teacher, Hubert be remembered as the former i principal eulogy for the late Henrv the pastor. Rev. Washington who | nd children, Mr and Mrs. George stars in the Cinema-Scope and .'per....). cypress is one thing -.

been beautifully decorated for the Ridaught. and Mrs, Ridaught, I Williams at Allen Chapel on I I has been away due to illness. He Crover and children Mr. and Mrs. ,
Jeanine Brown, who lived in KeyStone Technicolor film produced by
occasion. The punch table was and school principal, Miss Gert- with her family. and who Sunday. June 10. at 1 p.m. The I Ifina.l I has not fully recovered tut is J. it!. Allen and children, and Mr. Howard Hughes I but pesky woodpeckers is an

set with a lace cloth over another rude Houser.COMMITTEES. I arrangements are being still trying to carry on the work nd Mrs. D. D. Woodward.
worked at Clay Electric. Her husband The film unfolds Khan's thirstof other. Woodpeckers attackedthe : "
pink cloth. On the table was a I I is the son of Mr. and Mrs made by the family and Hughes-: of the church. Rev. Washington: Ronald Brown is spending the and desire to ,

lovely bouquet of seasonal flowers Even though school has been i of Phestnut" Funeral Director. The wishes to express sincere thanksto ummer in Jacksonville with his power conquer : cypress siding of my home
I William J. Siprelle Keystone the world of his time. While
and four pink tapers in silver out since Monday. June 4, the body will lie in state Saturday the officers, members and riother Mrs. Mildred Church. I ,
candle-holders. A huge punchbowl foundation of next year's P.T.A. who are mighty proud grandparents Oak Street in Starke. friends that have carried on the I Mrs. Edna Jones was in Cocoahe Wayne is cast as Khan Miss while I was away for a
Dale and Jeanine havebeen on
was at one end of the table, is being laid now. The following J..ru..alE'm.ot'iation church program during his illness past weekend. Hayward is Bortai. daughter of
Ohio, where month Of the holes
I living in Toledo, I the Khan's most hated foe many
presided over by Mrs. LJndsa5 committee chairman have been Dale was stationed with the Air I The 61st annual session of theWoman's Special gratitude to Elder A.V.. Mr and Mrs Morgan have ex- ,

Walker. ,appointed: Miss Emma Kate Mansfield Force. He was discharged from I II Home Mission and Educational Bowles, Rev E. L. Walker and ended their visit in Jacksonville t they bored some were as

The highlight of the evening I Audio-Vinual Education; latter of District Convention. Rev A. R. Randolph for very fine I The members of Boatdrain I
the part fist Total damage
came when Superintendent Long" Mrs. Jack Haberstroh Character -I May They will move to \Vilniington. which is the auxiliary of the i services and assistance to the Church will meet at 4 o'clock Wed- I EVERYTHING IN ,,large as my -

presented a much-amazed Miss j and Spiritual Education; Mrs.IW Association Deep resday afternoon and will have
I Delaware this month. where Jerusalem :Missionary Baptist I I officers and membership. a is $235. Will my new

Houser with a gift from all her i, O. Cannon and Mrs. Bill Be- Dale will be employed by the I Rev R M Latimore. I appreciation" for expressions. letters basket supper before the prayerretvice I TILEAI I I

fiiends. Miss Houser. who has late Health and Summer RoundUp DuPont Co. Moderator, met at Shiloh Baptist and prayers. Sunday, June ; hour. Homeowners Policy from youragency
I ,
taught in Keystone for a number I ; Mrs. H. L. Morgan, Jr., Leg- We have news of another new Church in Archer. May 23-I 10. is Children's Day and all parents \' this l loss?

arrival: Donanna Belts, born May!1 27. Several Starke members were I are asked to come to Sunday : ,............... ....... i pay

31 at Bradford County Hospital.She i! in attendance Sister Janie Mitchell i School and Church with your' ; I'RE-CAST Ii

is the daughter of Mr. and I of Lincoln City was one of j children and honor them. God HIGHLAND Charley E Johns&SonAgency

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE Mrs. Ernie Belts of Keystone I the outstanding personalities in I loves the little children so let I CEMENT STEPS

She arrived weighingsix the comention She was appointed | Us show our love at least one day" !
pounds five ounces. Best '! secretary due to the absence in the year by (coming out tr I

FLA. wishes to parents and child! |lof Mrs. Amanda Jones President I I services Sunday. Trustees will: I 127 Lafayette St.

I IL. A. Williams paid special tri- be in charge all day, and the) I Mrs Sarah Norman and Ellen Phone 215-J
('hone 13 Starke. Fla.
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. PastorJefferson I vyyyy'VVvyvvvvvyvmyvv1 i hute to our own Janie Mitchellfor need your support. Cornerstone, made several trips to Jacksonville !, I ....
vy vyvy yyv vy vyv yvv v V V V VT
contributions laid the Masons or'
the wondeiful will be by

and Court Streets In The Heart of Town= she" made! throughout: the pro- Sunday. June 17 which is Father's' last week on business ,
5AYLESS! \ HIWAYRy \ \ i i | Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Norman and -- :
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 i! eram an. the entire convention fla}'. All members are asked to clcI Mr. and Mrs. Charles ICI-.-Iv of ill .'U-- -- .- .Lif

The meeting was very succesv I heir full duty.I I'Jacksonville were dinner guests of. ,, ""f'JII.j"; 'A.: it I
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.\iui.i Ruth Cro'byAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVLA and spritually, al- < Bethel Baptist Church, Rev {' ; :
ful financially i .
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. I raised to fur- I held Sunda)'t'tthe r Leonard Norman last Sun- .. .' .. _..-. -. _,_.
;, most Si.OOfl was A. Vinson pastor day.I --- -
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Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Unicn 6:16 P.M. i i i her the mission work in the dis-' School at the usual hour with The E. C.
Harvey family
of Gai I
1 Charles Newmans t's-
in charge:
tnct. S. HanKerson
i a picnic and a nice swim at the {
Midweek Service Wednesday 8:00 P.M Mile here last Satur-
was visiting tho
i i Deacon Julius Royal taught
Viinuuor Program i
i i i!! i lake last Thursday. !
i dav
Hear the Sunday Morning: 'Sen ice over'DVI1 at i i Mrs Otis Crawford and childI : The activity program for R. adult class and gave a warm Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Gi iff is and ,
I .IE: and La\\tev Training stalled welcome to Bro. Elmer Shell who
'I and i I baby of Jacksonville, and :Mr. and j
11 a.m. Itegular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. .1 I ren of Jacksonville, and of Mr.Max-I off with an enrollment of moreI I I, is the son of Deacon Chester Mrs. Dick Starling and children of !I
Mis Randolph Crosby
I than 100 on "rondaTwo busloads |i Shell of Galilee Babtist Church Heilbronn were dinner guests Sun- :j
vISitors of the !
-- yule were Sunday
j|I of students and workers Hawthoi He is also a member day of the Albert Normans. Ii I Ii

I ic C. Crosbys. |I'Iweie at Lake Whittemore participating of that church. Deacon Royal i i Hal! Edwards of Orange Park i
I j ji
j I )rr. and Mrs. Dick Reynolds
: in the swimming program. has invited Bro. Shell to partici-
Weirsdale visited the r I i was a dinner guest of the Lacey i
sons I I Other provided there were : actively in the church program 'Normana -
games pate last Tuesday.
"The of Reconciliation"Will I Normans last Sunday.Mr. I
Ministry Eddie
,'Softball, badminton, dart, horseshoe i I as this is the church of hischoke. Mr. and Mrs Lacey Norman" and
and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and I'I I 12.MAIL
An- the
and volleyball. Principal He emphasized I
son Larry attended a dinner andgettogether
Ite Pastor's Subject at 11 :00 A.M I son "Buie, were in Jacksonvillelast (
the ball rolling for need for replacement -
I I derson started I that their is always at the Marvin
business. I
Friday on
I setting: up the various courts. I II especially" when you home in Jacksonville Thomp-I
Miss Ardelia Hall of Jacksonville : lEon
First Baptist Church Hampton was a recent guest of Mr. I He was assisted by Principal I I lose a "good soldier" like Deacon ,!of a nephew, George

i Tompkins, Elmer Shell and Sup- I George H Little Service was not I awey, who graduated from Brad
and Mrs. L. A and family
Crosby -
I ervisor Shell. The large boys cut held in the morning because of ford High School. Games and Farmers work longer hours, during planting and
S Sunday School 10 A.M. ._ i !
I and laid off the soft- communion
the grass the funeral. Regular contests and
,I were enjoyed
I George and it be hard to find
has finished
Floyd R. Crosby Jr. harvesting seasons, may
Morning Worship 11 A.M.: ': ball diamond. "One thing |' was given by the pastor at leceived many nice gifts. I

S U.T.U. 7 P.M. I AFB his San basic Antonio training Texas.at Lackland He is the board walk or lacking"I I I' 7:30 p.m. Your Telegraph editoris time for a trip to town and to the bank

I Evening Service 8 p.n spending a few days with his I I ion county that commissioners.was promised We by could the (II I begging repoit for from an active your and church.complete At The TabernacleIn On such occasions: use our bankbymcservice! .

"Hour of Power"'ed.., 'u; parents before going to South bit of shade in the meeting. Any mail box then becomes a teller's window. The
I use a wee Tuesday night\ prayer
the absence of the
8 P.M.! Carolina. sponsors
# Miss Mary Alyce Crosby of I form of shelters or bath houses. I, Friday night Choir rehearsal services at the Gospel Tabernacle mail man does most of the work.

You Are Invited to Attend ALL t4 __ Jacksonville, and Floyd R. Crosby I The children enjoy Wednesday these experiences and-J I Mt Moriah Methodist Church will have been conducted the past two Ask for our handy envelopes for banking by
I Monday. pastor
These Christ-Centered Services i Jr. of the Air Force attended on '| Rev. D.V. Demps week by Fred Sacher of Keystone
I I Friday from 11 to 3:30 p.m. Buses I hold regular services all day mail.FLORIDA.
Marvin E. Faile. Pastor Miss Anna Ruth Crosby's grad- Heights, and Rev. M. M. Brack-
R J.E. and Lawtey around Sunday School at
=-1'nation last Friday night.Members I' leave II starting!' with man of Lake Butler, with :Morris
Students in Lincoln City W. Brooks inharge
10 a. m 10 am Supt
: of the Bajless Hi- Brackman Jr. in charge of musi-.
i will be transported to R.J.E. each j Morning worship will be-
way Baptist Sunday School en < Barney McRae was in charge of j I
I morning: at 9:45 am Local residents ein at 11 am featuring the Love I
Bible School.
NOW..1956! RCA WHIRLPOOL' : I joyed a chicken pilau supper at will report for devotion and Feast by the pastor. music by
the church last Saturday night. I I Last Sunday the !sponsor was I
Sunday morning worship ser other activities at 9 am. eachday i I choir under the direction of Sister present and communion was ob BANK STARKElii

:Music, arts and crafts movies -, }1. E Roberts. The Child- i I
vice at 11 a m. Evening sen'il'R I served.
SAVES 1 EVEN MORE' R m. Sunday School 10 am. in-and-outdoor games. will be ;!I ren's Day program. will be pre- Member Florida National GroupS

BTU at 7 pm Prayer meeting featured each day. i sented at 6 p.m. by the commit- IIIUAV ('liu'FL.tSSEMBLIF..S : I '

e\eiv Wednesday 8 p. m. | Awards ani Certificates I tee: Sisters L. M Royal.. E VI OF GOIJUev. ,:,
The following awards in the" I Singleton and M. E. Roberts.

:4H"WL I la Circuit fnBrt. Bradford C..untr. form of medals cei tificate1" ? and All parents are invited to como .. (hoster C. Itoh..r..on, Pastor i j iI!I

.Florida In ('hanrrrf. to the School, 10 Morning ':
i 11 Konn. Plaintiff \'.. Thelma cash were made recently. out and honor their children on Sunday a m ,

', ime: Koon, Defendant ''students. at RJ E. high school: I their day. Evening worship will Worship. 11 a.m. Evangelisticservice ,

Order of ruhHcatlon Case and Xu Nailer 10-137: totptirar J! Rest" all around student Roberta I begin at 7:30: p.m Pastor Demps 7:45 p. m. BE INDEPENDENT .

: Mnlr of Florida lotThflma : Scott medal and So from American I I will administer the Holy Euchar- Tuesday, 7:45 p.m. -- Informal j'

Karline Koon, who** Auxiliary: outstanding is Chr !'.'.ian Duty to prayer at the chapel I'
: -'d.n.e' and address |,,; I'nknovM Legion st. It your
You are required to appear on :1 girl athlete medal, Lillian I participate in the Lord's Supper Thursday, 7:45 p. m Midweek : Own Your Own Business
July 1 1452. in the above namdI'nirt
.; ii'4 I -and cause wherein plaintiff LoRgett. Valedictorian trophy each month so please te prt'st'nt.I preaching service.

Mfk> dixorce. care, custody and control ; .Aretha Williams- Salutatonan.trophv. I I The general public is cordially invited Saturday Christ's Ambassadors -

l-V cV Bradford of minor County children Telegraph shall Dorcas Franklin, outstanding to attend all services at our Young People's Service I II'

'I{ publish this Order In next four I personality in Student I Little Brick Church on the corner Ii I

'weekly'. Issues. j Council. medal. James Edmond I of Oak and CrosbStreets.. been doing advanced study in
II \\ tne.s my hand and official; I j He is the husband i FIRESTONE HAS SEVERAL
,'''.il at Starke Florida, this May 23, Long: Outstanding boy athlete. I Thur..ton School News"
1 ll! SS.OFFICIAL. of Maurice Jenkins White, sixth
_ ( SEAL) medal and $5 cash award. Bishop I The School closing party given 'grade teacher at R.J.E. Congrat- i CHOICE LOCATIONS AVAILABLE
I Charles A. Darby. > MrDougald: Bethune-Cookman i bv the principal and teacher Refreshments -
a As Clerk of said Court : awards ulations to the graduate from the I
3-LEVEL WATER CONTROL Rv Marian L. CrosbY. Deputy Clerk.]: 'College $200 scholarship I ; were served by princi- ,
i Za'h H Douglas, 505 Lynch flui1dJaksonville 'Williams Dorcas A. O. Jenkins family and friends No
to Aretha" and jal Price and B. J Lennon. A reprogram Experience Necessary
saves gallons of water on IMK. Fla.
'. partial wash loads and :At'fur I'lf. 6 1 4t 6 22 Franklin: Music award of $5 to lightful was rendered by I Complete Training Program at No Cost to you .
Gwendolyn Marshall for exce- the children. Best wishes were"
does it automatically. Use I All Trained experts help you open your store work
I f Hence in applied music: Best extended by the faculty for th.' ,
IMPIRIAL' only water required for around student in elementary de- I I, summer vacation. P.T.Aill con- Wash Your Clothes I with you throughout the year.

MODEl size of wash load. FRIGIDAIRETHE nartment. Chester Crum; certificates tinue to meet during the summer I

Tmlt. for outstanding participat- o that the school beautIfication 9 Pounds Minimum Capital Investment

Only the RCA WHIRLPOOL REST-KNOWN :on in the school choir for the. rogram will continue. Special 16 Complete Departments over 4,000 selected

nast three years: Levern Barber, 1 thanks to Trustee Bryant for the II
NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION II For 40c! items for the home and car Fast Turnover
Annette Bryant. Jimmie Moore very fine job he is doing painting smaller investment
plus High-Profit Margins mean -
gives you these advantages ;.Kishop McDougald. Lestrr K:! t the interior of the school. Exterior for

RANGES Randolph. Vernell Bradwell. and I paint will be needed and some FREE Bleach If Desired you

WATER HEATERS Dorcas Franklin. actions.
Two washing NOW ONLY I 9
S separate
I AIR CONDITIONERS Marniarel- Announcement ground and campus beautification Proved Merchandising, Advertising
Fully-illuminated! I WASHERS & DRYERS Mr. ana Mrs H. Green of 1000 Many thanks to all patrons and Newspaper, Radio, Direct Mail Advertising tail-
We Will
water selection.! I the engagement ,
3-Temperature Church Street announce friends for the wonderful cooper-
Get or-made to your needs by our experts. Tested andProved
9-lb. capacity.: The Best For LessSmith's ': of their daughter tion given during the year. S. C.
% DownS Dry Your Clothes Firestone shares the cot.:
Suds-Miser saves soap hot water. 1 0' At Louretha to Leroy Grimes of Or- Price and B. J Lennon.

i I '*ndo The marriage \'owsill i Spring Wtors
S 7 Rinses thorough yet use less water. TERMS i The marriage vows will be read I I Mr an
Porcelain top resists mars and stains. GarageFRIGIDAIRE I >>v Rev. McKay on Sunday, June children of Ocala visited their IB New Automatic Drlera! in America Today, Phone or Write Mr. II. J.

S 5-Year parts warranty on transmission. 10. at Bethlehem Freewill Baptist children Beulah and Levy Lennor' Scott. District Manager.

Church at 2 p.m. All friends and son on Sunday. also Mrs
Sales and Service and relatives are invited to at- Rayzetta E. Dillan and children 0

tend." The reception will follow of Tampa. I The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company

CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV We Serric All Mates of immediately after the ceremonyat McCov White of Mariana, war The Washeteria I

Electrical Appliances the home of the bride's parentson awarded the B.S. degree on Mon 116 Lee Street Phone Elgin 41115

606 X. Temple Are. Church St. After a brief day at the Convocation of Florid'A
-. Radio Seat Covers Upholstering Stark Jacksonville Fla.
Ave. *
honeymoon the couple will returnto and M University He is r' emple ,

Phone 239 Starke, Fla. PHONE: 120 Orlando. where they will be major in Agriculture. eompletf"l'" '.

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Diplomas AwardedTo Arley McRae ReceivesAir 'No Harmful Effect I II I'New I School Chief Science Fiction Film Opens At Florida --,, -- I I' To-I4I-rI i 1'.t1rlin. I.ii:'i: Burkle addt -.-s(YII-J'! ,-,: .s"

I You ,.
Force Commission By Gas Utilities I Down The Hatch I I auit for are Hereby notified ': *

Alley W. f'P.at' a formerlraitfird l.uikih. f"rutln'\\ Hart fraud tiAn ocfu filed against y.'u ,II tl.-

BBS Graduates High Sthotil) footballs Engineers Predict Picked For BHS frit-iuN tan hold a lot of ,I above you! are named required Court to serve and .a.."'J". 'j""".i ".

-:mdout was graduated and cum- lour a i-uer ,.r pleading, toniolainf I ',"
.1' .! f'0111 I'lSJO 11> the lihhu"I': :' : nn the. pi 47'9' -,
I I "' miisiimed during ceremonies at gr from I'! \\alt-in.
CoiiiLiiting engineers thii week : ( Continual: t from Page I .\"fI.; v :-air.'il I \ !! ,
'I1I\'er..lty of Florida on Monday. Hartas jult-d !>v '.stark 1 I...\ r !".' I..na It. i '. j' .
udvised the Citof StarKe that
.' an iimt'i to require June 4. '| ier I1slrlt"ratlOn this week a> tni police fur drunken drib ing, I of and rue tile ongiiidl .11 i.ie r. i "
natural gas will not diastualh! affect Clerk of the Cirtu: IlW'' t :
"I -mdti.ts to att.nd niefhtiult Mtrae received a bachelor of : :-t hoot Buaid met :Monday n:,iiii driving' ; \\ithout .1 lutnsr and pr I i.'f,.' ". the 3 ,ij i .
'tl j ,
elettiu revenue or .
I II'';' I rwi- tl ., .
Cessions only The effect science degree in physical educa- |IHi'.e'.iln of nmiinohine.Offered K '
bottled: gas: distnbutors I Ing.The i I.aid Coiuplaint will be linen as
,th .1 ilidsUr turbing of marge tion and was commissioned a second Reynolds Board accepted the resign: ill cMilcntf in (it.v. j Confessed by you.
school authorities The engineers s. tions of BHS Principal TaitinI5HS ( kurt Mondiv \>aa gallon I This notice snail be p.iiash.-a:
anti in the U. S. \ir
( ; Smith and Hills of Jackson'ilIe'said j once each week for four io'.s.'. mi\
,d i hit was only: one wedding Force during commissioning ceremonies -, Bandmaer Thompson. .unlI'rooker lug. containing colorless 'shine. weeks in the Bradford Count Tel..-
Auditor- they could quote no statistics Principal John Bun AL I filer Florida l.iu, |M.......*NM..II I graph
HIS \tU in the University I sinl'e natural is new in Flori- I m-.d'h.- I tI" "f j '.'

A muni .'i of graduating sen- ium. He is scheduled to lI port to 'ria. But they gaff cited information ] are effective July 1. of a lull! gallon of moonshineis I' n .>TI'L'hart\! I :-1-I>:.irl.Vl!) ,

H" "Hidn were retognizea) with i Lakeland Air Force Base Texas from Georgia, Alabama. Mississip- 1 Resigning also was Mrs I'allll, :t Moil) and.can. result in afive i| <'I. rk ..r>' ih. ": ,
; ar s.>nt. lit. I'1: ,
14 I who has the Bradford ) \1. In I ,
iei i 11 r: ,1.\\lds.; for p.lot training December 1! and Tennessee. taught in el.,51.\ I' ,j' i.'U
pi |' system nine Hut 1I.lrt'IIt/: oif lightuth ,; I' .
Tatum received the MiRae graduated from Bradtordi :
Mi7tb.th) They predicted a two-)ear tran- ,I : ( noted SliM fine or 20 das in ('it) -
and Kathryn i High School in 195 was was a { ;Order Of fuhlliatlnp ..
lent' award jition period after natural gas is. The ( <] itlre 1''pp..rl
jail. rea'.oa'
j I .,
In resigning Partin noted Staic
the Busmennut i standout on Tornado elevens for | enrollment VlorUu To:
Cognized by said the situaI I .'Iorld",
'\1\ installed but they Hart and friends! had ('on.iiiiit'.l In t baurrrr
had from ,
Women, while: several jearHe is a member of jumped 1,0'0 t. I lira E Thomason
Professional Piamti,
I normal.
tion returns to v >
soon Rr half the eontt'nt'.
1.700 during his tenure. ; 1t4
., esident Charles Kit kland i the Phi Kappa Tau social frater- I Bernice J. Thomason, Detendan'
pi "In instances said the en-
no same time, the r.-hool has
expanded -
leadership i at the Uni\ersit\
the ntv Case No .
presented 10 ivt:
Aa "did we find that the introduction |
gineers to include IS classroom.
NOTKKIO 'PI.tau Order
.f .
I'uhlirtIoi .
,mal'\\. :' of natural gas rer.:ilted .:two cafeterias, a stadium and a ''In (Irrolt ('ourt. Ilrndforii Conn".I .tppear. stair .( Florida.d .Ii'r lo 1"I
council award John Bell Of Lawtey I Florida In ('hnnrrry.HZU I I Isemice
student of J.
The | 'in decreased production power g>'mnasmm. "I J. fiimtti Plaintiff. v-, v h.J.>,'
went to Bobby Ferguson and ';'or revenue from the municipally- I"-.phine CoU\itti. Defendant; :, residence and address i-' I'r: .
Passes After IllnessJohn Burr resigned at principal at > :\..ilee To Appear ; known.
Bill\! Moore I owned power plant. I Brooker to enter the University of Tl>' Josephine Colavitti. whose

Otlrnohipvanl "ATW bottled distributors In the stieme fiction drama "Forbidden Planet I r. sidence and addre"1r, 'o J. S I You are required to
retired farmer ,
Bell. 61. gas Florida here he will a' movie makers appear (.r
seek ,
Legion C tizen- vv aUhretta, ::3-12 Proadwa. leng : JUnE' *:;. l'0':, in te| al ,\ i.. ,,
American I :
The eighth of Lawtey died in a Starke hospital : the engineers also forsaw a two- master's degree. i j have a try at predating life 2.)0 jears in the future Here, Leslie Island City, New York. Court and cause wherein p'l.ntiff

ship award went to two and Tuesday following several year adjustment period as custom- !' I .Neilsen tries to shut down the electrical power uhiih has stricken 1 You are hereby notified mat ai I, seeks divorce custody and con: .
who has
Weldon Thompson, been with
graders. Martha weeks illness. I Ii ers shifted from bottled to natural' U alter Tidgeon v hile c'o.tarnn... Francis looks The i and suit for divorce, custody, control I trol! of minor child. Bradford
nn. of
while anothere i the Bradford schools a year. resigned puture support rainor child ha> been
Hank Graham. Charley' Funeral services were in the gas in some areas. I. to accept another position. runs :Sunday through Twsdaj at the Honda Theatre. 'filed against you the above named II County Telegraph shall publish
hth gra.U- student. 1 .Court and cause and you arc required : this Order
In next four weekh
recognized for spel. Woodlavvn Buptist Church Thurs: How ever, added the engineers Opening Date to ierve a copy of your answer :I
Williams was day with the Rev. J. W. Longino ; those people beyond the diritnbu- j I Bradford Man Chosen or pleading to the complaint : issuer
ability. The School Board set Aug. 20 the Plaintiffs AttnrnevH i!
ling members, Of Jacksonville officiating. Burial -'tion lines who are not now using i Busy Court Day Ion C. Italdwin, V O Fox 104. '' Witness my hand and oftuial!
the date
were as for
recognized I farting pre-school I Alachua Officers 1
Also whose membershave was in the Lawtey Cemetery. bottled gas in any form will become By
of the Beta Club n! Mr Bell was a member of the extremely conscious of the i planning by teaching personnel in I To Head Junior I,idiid file the original In the office of i 17. 1956.iFl'I.'IAL.
scholastic average of the county. The Sept 4 school High the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I
a L Church. : benefits of natural gas and will\ Nets $265 i before the ( SKAI.C.IIAULES .)
MargaretRose Baptist City
are j also set the Board
better Members opening day. by A. DARBT
II I U day of June, 19J6.
resort to the of bottled : I
Duncan. Baibara Matchett. Survivors are his wife: six use gas. j(Monday is the day following Lab- _ _ Henry J. Waters i i otherwise the allegations of Bald An Clerk of Raid C UrI
Lance Pearson Cox, daughters, Mrs. Anne Mae Crews. !I "Bottled gas dealers should expect -j!cr Day iqw of Starke has 'Complaint. will be taken as confess I By Marian L. Crosby Dept Clerk

Barbara Norman, Mrs Eva Gnffis. Mrs Mabel Sellers !- a readjustment period as has been The CIt of Stark. netted S265j'::! d by you. lion. Chas U hess: ZOf.e5 Ouarantf
TOilie Kushton, Barbara The Board accepted the offer of appointed | This notice shall be published Life Building! Jacksonville. KlaAttys
JosieMaze. and Mrs Marylynn Wilkinson. -i has been experienced in other : elementary in fines and forfeitures Monday ance each week" for four consecutive .
Ruth Lee ., as -. p I for Plf D25:; ; 45 6 r
MetiBer. 'the Bradford
Irene Parker. Bobbe Baste- all of Law lev. and Mrs Er-j| cities. Also they r.' ould expect a i I! County Hospital school in the city Court of MavoiV. T. Keeks\ In the Bradford Cdunty Telegraph.
Jackie medical staff to stand
Jackie Hobbs. line Tyler of Green Cove and larger share of business from the during principal of the (Billvi 1 Jackson. luted this IS da: ) of May. lS5b !
lo Joyce Scholl (athletic contests at the school\ 'I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles
A. Darby
Elizabeth Tatum Patricia \VamiriKht -I Mrs Carrie Sellers of Starke. i!' residential construction beyond the Waldo Junior Largest penalty was given Andrew Clerk of in*. Circuit Court. I \/ C. ; U.
Dr. A. J. the staffs .
Barry. secletaiy /
JoAnne Slade. Ploly Wait, Five sons. Wilbur, Melton. Ir distribution lines. j High School The Hart Negro who was found j By Marian I. Crosby Denim i-en
wrote that the physicians | t.iS4tGS 1 :
Katherine Green. vine. Ray and Lawrence Bell, all The Starke City Council has contracted appointment was j guilty of drunken driving, driv- I i-\
:Phirle: Green. I "gladly offer their & I Fl.VEAK: MOMENTs
Katherine Harrell of Law lev: one sister. Mrs Nancy for natural! gas. but thearrangements professional ; made at a meeting ing without a license, and posses- ', "\oTirK TO \I..F.1f .
Richarde. I II \\ lTli
Jane i 'services for the protection of the 4. Tilt: BOTTLE )1.)1tX .\\
InI..I.Dtia I Summer of Lawtey. have not yet of the Alaachua ': sion of moonshine He was givenI In Circuit (uurt, Bradford ( ,
participants in major sPoits and t Florida In I "un'rr1.Th SE\Ei\L \\ EEKS: 1 IX
diplomas I been approved by the Federal Pow- ; fine 20 ,, ,
Three students received ,!in other feasible. ( County I J100 or days in jailHart's iiii VI oltrun l'l.III1'il \s l.> TIlE JKJ."
Alva- Commission. any way school trustees and the I'.inln t I 1,1,1.: Bn"11 l PIo'II.I.1II1
absentia. Roman Birth | er j county Woodrow
'in ;, : Recent '! Dr. said Negro companion. (-..-" \.. 1" I.i NATIONAL XOKT)
rez. Billy Harrington and Jackie The city proposes to save $15.- : Barry Hospital i superintendent last Friday. I Roberts, was found guilty of *at Ire To Appear

all 000 it", annual ,staff members would be present at I __ _
a on
Ewell or more
Hobbs were absent because Airrmn 1-C and Mis year Waters is a graduate of AJachua intoxication and possessing moonshine -

three recently underwent appendectomies Lawson Jr. of the Foster Air I $50.000 fuel oil bill\ at the electric j''each football game: so each team I High School and received his BA'' He was fined $25. i

Force Base Victoria Texas. announced I power plant. It also proposes to ,said will have one doctor a physician would available.be available He degree from Harding College in Judge Jackson found Punk Sim- !' Sell It Rent It Trade It

furnish with natural
Other members of the graduating the birth of a son. Jerry I consumers Searcy. AI k.. in 1950. He will mons. NVgro guilty of intoxication -

,lass were Edgar Akrid e, Michael June 6. Airman T.awon |I gas just as it now furnishes electric -'Jar out-of-town games. finish his program and receive a I conduct He
and disorderly
Bobbe Bastedo. Irvin Bell. Mary is the son ofIr.. and Mrs Ewe!! I power. II j Drivers Selected masters degree in elementary. administration I paid a $25 fine j WITH\ A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
The Board A. B. j
'arol Bessent. Kenny Sue Brice. Lawson Sr of Starke. I I Costs involve include $80; ,000 for appointed in Augu:-. I II l I '
Whitehead as a bus driver Nineteen I Those forfeiting!, bonds were
** of the from -
Conversion plant -
Donald Carter. ( power Waters has Bradford I
taught in
Cle- I fuel oil to and $300,000 for other bus drivers reappointed I Olsra Busegen running red light Low Rates Good
William Carter Betty Jean Judd. Robeit Kellv. Charles Kirkland gas I County for the past two years : Results Easy To Place
included $10 Jimmy Harold Kersey.drunken .
i Floyd Barry Raleigh :
of the mains.
Jackie Colley. June Conner. Gus Babsi placement major gas I
mons Kopelousos l Conner Roosevelt Dell Jr., Etta j and is married to Dorothy Faxon driving $50: Robert U t WORDS OR LESS ONE INSERTION _ _
mid both be financ- *
Pearson Cox. Glen Crawford. 'Lam'e. Jerry Lawson, Ruth Lee. :: Engineers can 1: I Waters. They will continue to
led I with bonds Io'a'e Gill Mr v Nelson Green Mrs j j'Mary Thomas, no driving license $25:! : i EACH ADDITIONAL WORD
Gloria Crawford Anna Ruth Eugene Magyan, Janet farcks : pledging only the live in Starke until adequate housing 2e
'! : Ellen Harrell!, Russell Horns- j William P. Peomer, lunnmg red
tJrosby Randall Davis Louise Barbara Matchett Dennis Mat- j, income derived from sales of natural is available in Waldo im('Or\T, OF IS PER CE:>T ON TWO OR MORE IHERTIO\I!

Dixon I thews. Josie Maze II'eneIet- gas. by. I light. $10: and Ralph Handsel I '.!!\.. 'flflrl'iO4J. FOIl BI.IM> AOl OR AD* 'NOT pin iv' AD* *%rp

Duke Margaret The engint'erl'er(' asked bv Clart n'e Hutchinson. Duggar running red light!,: $10.
Lynell Dodd Gail i| ger. Bertha Mizell Billy I '
Duncan. Kenneth Elder. Bill! Morgan, Mary Ann 1\I00r.1 the city to evaluate the possible Jones, Mrs. Annie Kelly 1L.: Too Late To Classify : Judge Jackson fined Mrs. Nan

Judy Ellington, James Eunice. Jan Mundoiff, John McCall New- : changes caused by natural gas. : Kelly, Vesta Mjnck, Lee 1'arnsh, I sly HliNsell cy L. Knight $10 for running nnnJJ-: I'ItoPIItTv'three .'onU:

Bobby Ferguson. William Gas- some, Kenneth Noegel. Barbara II | Their letter in reply was read to Gertrude Slade Charity Williams Kay i through a stop sign at South I good rroldrnrrx In dunn 'ppro,. H: ann "JIb good 4

Buck Gill. Buzzy Green Norman Earleena Norman Eve- the City Council Tuesday night. :Billie Varnes. Albeit Tyson Ida Platoiudir, the storekeeper Water and East Laura Streets. tin siarke n<>" 'priiiluiine' a room hou.e aad bath rar-perte.
kins. I j KUbklanllal Income. I hit I. nlir \ rr) low priced,
Stan- Paiker.t ,I IM; Reddish and Leila Mae Hiatt. The the of 1'1'111'1'1)' and In prlinl lu orll.FLORIDA snie .rm".
Cenny Green Shirley Green : lyn Padgett. Jackie i| at Ajax Florida writes a colnmn fine was outgrowth I

ey Green. Arthur Pat ray, Vaughn Pres-I .Mvarr/ Graduates Present at the Board meetingwere for the Stuart News I havenever a collision May 29 between therars REALTY CO STROUT REALTY

:More GraduateRo -. I cott. Glen Reddish. Margaret Rho- :, SP3 Owen R. Alvarez Jr. graduated Chairman J. K. Brown and had the privilege::; of meeting of Mrs Knight ai.d Mrs Of Starke Johnle Hansen, Representative

< Gregory, Patsy Grew. I eden, Jane Richarde. Christine from the Light!,: Artillery Re- members L. T. Johns H. A. Lawson the gentleman but I do enjoy Martha D. Hazen Jackson said I P. o. Hot so?

George!,: Gnffis. Kathy Harrell. l Rnr-ertSi Eulie Rushton, Joan !,lair Course at Aberdeen Proving!,: E. A. Sapp and D. W. Starling !- his wiitm s" He talks a lot he was not ruling on the accident I (Cu)" Andrews, \\'. R. :.swirll, Starke, Ha.PIIONK .

Jimmy Hazen Don Huigson Scholl Joyce Scholl. (,Ground. Md on May 10. The course I I of sense and I'd like to pass on a'bit itself and the fine was without !I A. .1. Thumas) w,.itno no-s-rs3i

William Home Julia Jackson, : Lemar Shaw, Joanne Slade I II included instruction in all types of !' from one of his recent columns prejudice in any future litigation ', 3V: : Ttniplf ,\ \t Telephone 383 I

Jenkins Starling light artillery repair and Alvarez until next week :.starke, Florida FOR RENT-4'lose ill,
Shirley Jackson Jackie Clara Starling Ruby I Continued! were } desiraheon; ,
Johns Stefanelli. Ina Stern attended from March 15 through Farm Bureau Sets of reckless and and In o bedroom apart rush ;..
Edwin Johns. Kathryn Raymond Discussing the subj'it of child ; charges driving Keasonable: )Ir. and Mrs
''LIZ May 10. He is one of the .vnior I V\'.NTED-H.1. CI.EV.V COTTON Nollman. .'.' W. II
Linda Johns. Tatum. Alene Taylor. Pat- I training, he says "Most of us 'driving without a license against K\(!, No I'ants <>r Army Sshirt" I I S \\ Madison tkhg

Sandra Johns Jean Johnson :'Mia Wainwright Potty Wait. men in the Auxiliary section of I believe our own children are cute Leon Hall 16. driver of a cal involved Ilradford: Count Telegraph tf FOR JE-T-f>"irahl.., nicely
''onnie Jones. Sandra Johns. John i Julian Wasdm Jimmy Young. ('o.C. I Water DiscussionWater I until we discover that we havewaited in a minor mishap. I Foil SVLi:-X.m"d..rn thrie .",,1.1 I i-he.|en.lovrd....!tag... tle,'.hes kitchen, -...or..II.f'oI .

the r."m hmne to he built on S. p..n UrK >ard
too long to ay a reI Young Hall was driving I I I Miaded and garden Adult
\vetiiiiirt'lanl. :May see plans II i : couple
I straining hand on them and that car of his brother Lamar Hill, I and terms b} contacting J. itarke Mrs L. M Clark. lit l. Uox 440hs

problems of various kinds they are now well on the road to 17. who disclosed in court he did I I Th'.ma". Alton id, or call O1 (
4ll 6,W'I I
in Bradford will be the topic of I a I>ielfish grasping life like their not have a driving license either I Itl'BRER daters, numberers STAMPS ,made to order:

''discur, ion at a meeting of the parents before them. We didn'twant Jackson continued the case so I teslmlle stamp notary seals'BraUfurd

I Farm Bureau the Cattleman's to be selfish, ambitious and investigation!,: could determine who \\HEX NEED OF I I Telegraph. County tf

ITS UNLAWFULFor : Association and any other inter- grasping ourselves, but by the sold the car ,to a minor who possessed -I Landscaping-Land Clearing 1 1 12 I $ PAID 0:0 SAVINGS' KEY-

ested persons in the Lions Den at license. STONE STATE RANK KEY-
time we found we weie we had no
i I Fill Dirt Paving I I STOUoF.IGIITS.. FLA.. MEM-
Starke tonight ( Friday). j learned that route and weren't I, HER FDIC.Il.
I steps. Driveways Peat Humus ,
I County Agent G. T. Huggins happy unless we kept on it. I
I So Johnny grows up to be just Building Sand Oyster :
i said that the meeting might develop -I "Ambition unfits a person for % Ply MK:>Tfl
I another successful but unhappy Shell I
into one of great importance any other kind of life, you have ..u ran onn a brand
because took the modern
I to the future of Bradford County.Water to on getting, getting. getting person no one I home rumplrlr .. nrrj
Person Persons in keep See OVID LEWIS
Any or to Engage I trouble to teach him that givingis roprrt whlrk you ran fmj f.r
problems involving ..
or you are miserable. On the than J. 11., rrnlf fall .... We will
so much more important V.'. Madison l'hoDew i .....,..
Ii drought, drainage. and Irrigation other hand when you succeed in 680 lar aumr and explain Inrproportion

I will be presented and discussed, !getting, you find that it doesn't ness getting and and consideration that personal of others.kind- Starke FU. I II ......." IT. >our5 fur the

Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless II Huggins said. This meeting will I bring happiness. no matter how trivial, is more I
not discussion of I
go in a the controversial about the
I "The stra.ige thing!: worthwhile and pays greater dividends For RENT-Six room unfurnlsh-I FLORIDA REALTY CO.
rain-making issue, as I man who is completely successfulat ed house Inquire at } >
of Of
I than the accumulation I Starke
that will be the subject of a special Appliam ltchg ,
The Name Is Registered i meeting to be held next getting is that he becomes pelf. I I (Cur .'ndrewa. i'-, B. Srnrtl,
Monday either a monster emotionally and 01"R TKM1I .'' %nt; !I.'Rr 4. J. laomia) I
I '
night the agent said. I lt\lIOS HFP\IKKI :I
I has no feeling for anyone or anything ,,i 353 Trrnplr Air. Tel 383
All Makrn All Modetaltrasoaable
: Huggins explained that the 1955 j i I or else he takes to the bot- i charges _.r..le..d. Stark, FloridaTOBACCO

I Legislature established the Florida tie or some other form of forgetfulness Has W{'If.full'!!. "c... SIIKPIIKUn"luLl' Ph:39

0 I Resources Study Commission I
DAYS FOR SALE-New 8 x 8 x 16 Concrete ,
I and that a thorough study is nowbeing I "Not at first, of course; he is THREE block. Uc. Cement $1.50 ,'

i made in each county under too engrossed in getting!, at that per bag. Mortar Mix tl.30 per lUlL INSURANCE

the direction of Ilr. David B. time tut later as the chips accumulate -" phone bag. Bradford 94 Starke.Engineering Co.tf I'I .
Read This Florida Law I FASTCLADI
I Smith, professor of engineering.. and he has time to :

i University of Florida. The commission speculate and draw conclusions he 'I'II FOU. SALE-Pure I"red Mal Mexi- SERVICEDoyle :
I i .tn i hihauhau puppies U"asonal -
will make its report and I finds he is trapped in his own ONLY small. Irs. Jd \
I\ pril.d."f'r
> >
"It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined hereia, to : E. CONNER
i i recommendations at the next reg- net. He tried ball games fishing. "aldwoll!I, Sta'> Farm phone

engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein de : ular session of the legislature. I radio, TV music, hunting. but 4",.J. tfchg-I I II I INSURANCE AGENCY

fined, without and unless said fictitious nan.e shall be registered with the I Preceding the business session, nothing does him any good. Then FRIDAY, SATURDAY I'.\ WATKINS RWTIis Open In'I; I'hone 285 136 W. Call

supper will be served to the I he takes to the bottle and gets Bradford: Available to qualifiedman :
clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of businessis group or woman Write the J. n 'I
at 7:30: p.m. with arrangements in I I his fellowfeeling vicariously. :( MONDAY I \\Vatkin--" Si", W Peachtree St !!'WANTED TO nLY Oood.
with registration shall consist of with the clerk aforesaid affidavit clean
filing an I charge of Dr. S. R. Marco, Lonnie "It sounds simple to sal:: so, but Mi: Atlanta. Ga. 4tchg 6.'22 i| I'sfd <'ars. See \\'. E Tor..df, 4S2
signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of I Harley. and Frazier Shaw. I the only treasures we lay up for !'!, V. Temple Ave.. Starke 2t<'hK ( 'S
Two bedroom attracti -
'Flilt ItENT-
all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest Bradford County i for those who could not do anything idTn ( ..nv..ni..n.'t's. 326lj NWalnut .
of each and the fictitious name under which said business is carried water problems study are Z. \\ I in St. S f'f'Irs.. J. Vk". Kin- can also be used aq apartmentOn
Hamilton. Brooker, and J. R. for us. It is very strange caid 409 :-;. Walnut St ltchgItt'slskis S. Thompson St. Starke.
on. Said registration not be made until the desiringto 'I that 'the I -
may person or persons Wainwright Starke. These two but very true more Mrs Leila Mundy.
:: :: ViMAN-Late:: modtIdtsirt
engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or men were selected and appointed I give to Thee the more I have'.i ; ,.:.r .-. Sal.'l' "r H"unll..1! .
I by the state committee. All .i I "Not to shoot a rabbit who is I ".rk VVrilr ITox 8:3.\ $'"trk'. "'111: HE\T-T") bedroom j.orag-
their intention to register said fictitious at least week for four agricultural .
name once a agencies in the county are t j helping himself to the beans in 1956 Chevrolet 'I i I Ma Mp i'h'n.61i.apartment on Kl1lgI j"I.Ill

((4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county I cooperating in the stud I my garden; to take time and car- I iH'il *>.\LE-Pulp wd equipmentlii j,

where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be Chairmen Hamilton and Wainwright -I| ry a turtle off the highway, to 6 Cyl. 1/2 Ton I .11\.I.ii Fiird< 'i.ntait Traitor VV A.<::-ax..o.<;od condi-I!',x I FlR Mar'm''ALK Fruit-Iri'h shop 1'i.tato big-. -.K I fj'FOP.

/: urge your attendance Friday -j remove a tick from a dog's earl : -4 1lzilIt.fl. Fla 2Uhe 6/1"!
accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of I $\LE-I: cubic fo'it UfiKh'
i night so that we make j I to help any despised or helpless I ..
such can PickUp t IF' .1!: svi.E-' ix loom t.untalouith ",; Freezer J Drew, Itt :J:, I'4 \
publication. i' good start into this water study creature: these are the kind of runniiiK uater and litchIs on : Marke. 2 miles north ..n 1"J.I I 1'1'|

program. Xow 13 your chance to i acts that make for pleasant personal Rear Bumper and Foam I ..,f II Varke a, rei cr Hiwa\land -Jj hS; Iiiilev\\ritrltt west. F''R IE-T-"If r'.rn fun.'h.d ,

let your water problems be relations. These are the ;I I J li.x 177. :
If you are engaged in business under any name known. the county agent -aid i, acts that help us to get along j I Rubber Seat. li'C i: IE\'T-T": .. bedroom_GarageVpirtnient I Ave It I'F"P.

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ourselves | !- ALK ft F'hil f'
better with i REG. PRICE 189:>.00 i .impl-telj' furnished st I..r.
"What about our children now ,, I i Hinp"-i-' 'Y Lake Mrs. rarl.f"hn' I i Freeze 1..rr..1 i'inditi"n $I IOu
I fir S IJ Mart. ph'.m .1.1I'FOTJ 19 ..
Presbyterian Church I in the rat race for self Our only t'h'rie 2.J or see at J..akf' :?':i-i' hi'I
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other than and have not had this Special I
your own, name hope in retrospect is that we 1695 \\T To It"y Land on P.aiford !' KENTPartial: firulhellthree .

Friday Adult Choir practice : give them a puppy or kitten, that K ..,r! 'r ,in JI-,II.r'n" Springs i bedroom kit( hf'n>-M>- al"j I

8pm. we teach them to love and care I PUIC'Ei ,.r .t. \\'rt.- BOIs ;.Ol. or phone I large hung room T'lephe. installed 1.
hardwood floor 4J't: JVf
properly advertised and registered we will be Sunday School 9:45: a. m.i for the creatures of the forest, i I 4'2-J_UpI f>r on St. 'all 99W.vstftPiippies tf, he

Morning Worship. "Our Children i i the air and the water. It is easy ,-\I.E-I'.d:: :Mavtajr Washing
I VIa h, ". Home [ given away at
ne at .a> Appliance
s Religion" 11 a. m Evening : to be kind to someone who can (' S anbom'. 4',.. mile> n'rih <.f
Worship. "I Believe in the For1 -'help:' you or repay you in some i I, Stark on I". S. SOI Up

glad to give you all necessary Information as to giveness of Sins." 8pm. 1, form, but the acts that mould the RATLIFFCHEVROLET I I. -ix\\I.M\Tlo\, w .-ekold:: 'PPIES R G For Pater--oi Sale-, K''i: SALK-Kifht Parrakets wi ir

Tuesday-Circles of the Womenof soul are those where we are kind : i',irni. Hlan nn hobby for someone MrI..
the Church meet as follows: "i for kindness' sake." I j A Colson. tit W Madi'.oni: ,
Fi'P SALE-Mdern two" bedroom( p
: Circle One with Mrs. E. M. Davis! !' Parents would do well to ponder h'," CO.
what should do. SPINET PIANO FOR SALE-Exreli
j 8 m Circle Two the wisdom of this modern i"ar.nahl.Phone: 105412 N
you j: p. with Mrs i over : 'h..rn' St Itp i! lent condition 38S :-;. Cherry St

Carl Kirtsmger 7:30 p. m. CircleI Plato. Too many of us havei "OUR SERVICE I Phone 253-W Ill. (

I Three with Mrs R G Paterson.i I the mistaken idea that successI I F'RALF-7; acre tract between 'I 1 FftP.SAI.F.-t7.nTYSHr..nd.x.
PAYS DIVIDENDS' Lake Bolt and Fit 100 near Kejrtone : '
i IS p. in.WednesdayPrayer. .1 I and happiness is obtainable only I Idea! for homesites: ori Automatic Washer JJ5: Easvwash.

I! Meetingand bv pushing others around. We i Cor. Call and Court Streets ,I ,'nirrer'ial Will trade for StarkeI ; ( j
I iane.iile; pr'pert If I
BRADFORDCOUNTY TELEGRAPH Bible Study 7 30 'deliberately cultivate selfishnessand i rM time; Ele trn Fixturerti,.., ,"
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p. I Starke, Fla. I "IIIfIr'r! |ih"i 1 F" :tarke I Up "iO Fruit Tar-. qt and tit "o r

Evangelism Council! 8:15: p m.i ,greed as; we make our way I drz. AI!! home 'jrcw\ ',11]) '
F' P.P.'> -Th'r" .T f irnhd I wa.'
Thursday JunIOr Choir prac- through lif' and encourage ourI f.- hanv" i j \v (; ivMn.
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:.>'e S 30 n. hldren follow foot- ire: a' !.tancJ ir,j n ,
p. I I ) in our F' ] Marr 1': ."..: 'r.
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