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: August 31, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Starke Youth Is DrownedOn $3,400 OverspentIn ''Board Freezes


Pleasure Boat Outing School Budget

.. 'Within Past Year School PupilsBradford

I.. I Charles Rowe's I II -

": Ti.! ,- P.t.i.itoni! I school system

: I 0\1"ppnt $3.100 for teachers salaries Board Of Public Instruction

I!I Body Recovered : I i| deficit in the will last have fiscal to year be made andhip Adopts Segregation Resolution

I .f- .U..r..tt*_ up this year. i I

In Long Search This! dire piece i>f news wa Bradford County! came un(:ler Florida's nt'\v pro-M'I !ivjr.t-

broken to the School Board Mon- tion pupil assignment law :Me
i >nday, as the School( I I'nur:' ::
: ;' ( ,1:1by: County School Supt. Harmon adopted a resolution "freezing,", students in present duuN: ;
A pit iMitfboat outing by fi\'el P. Morgaan.SiM | and establishing an elaborate
procedure for
:S'.irkf '. ",lth Tuesday cast the 1 : : ; Morgan. "This is what re-assignment. any iuvi'>sary

'!Jlt' ..i I 16-year-old Charles F 'i ti; pc'is when you can't budget an
I i Impact of the new law will be
R"we \\ ho drowned while surf- > : !.' it,> reserve fund. For the I
]! .c 'p.| felt both by whites and Negroes, can be appealed first to tin: -.i-;

'l" Lid z iling at Crosby Lake. I t"I i I U'.n' years, despite 'rippling : since no pupil 'an be transferred Board of Education, th 'I '.i t:. '

Seaichers dragged the lake bot- -i Hi. ng. we've tried to get by without School Board approval. Circuit Courts'
That's There ,
Right i I torn for seven hours before the '. ut i utting teacher salaries. Broad New Powers Bradford School Supt Hu ':.

youth's body was recovered. .' 1 C.ii It! we're in the hole now. Key to the segregation P.
measure Morgan said
!Sivtli grader; A. ('. (Sonny) Trtstone of Hcilbronn "hufir..t grader I 1' .. find state sihm l authorities J-
v. ::.t to more money or are broad new
The accident occurred whenCharles ) powers granted the recognize the la '_
I II Aisr.
N'ola Omujran Laurence of Itajless Highway that fateful Bradford !I r -il.iiies. and we certainlv School Board, which is authorizedto foolproof
and four other youths But .they estimate: it
r i County !oI.'huul-oIM'ning! | date, !Sept. 4. I hunched an outboard:: motorboat : j -I I if .iifi.nl the pay cut. We can't evaluate a multitude of factors will be 90 per cent effect.v.ir.
;: MIiicient! teachers now. in
'i j on an isolated section of the lake. ; assigning puppils. maintaining racial segregation: i ;:r.
Charles was riding a surfboard \loiy.in; has complained of thei'i"c But School Board assignments Honda schools.
Tuesday Morning ,| system's financial plight
when drowned.
Students Fro/m
'Hi! several weeks, and last week
Lonely Vigil
Could Not S\\im Conner Assures Morgan told the Board the it-sol
he in.-i'le: plain the School Board
Members of his family said ution "freezes" all students in
School To Open ; Charles did not know how to Tour jouths uho'n' !boating: with I 6-y I'ar.ult1 ('harlcs Kowe when had its eyes on a larger share of their current schools. Parents

lie lrimnrd 1 uatchrd fur hours \\hile searchers sought to the county's race track rl''t'nllt'Itlrgan
swim, and he patiently School seeking transfers must ask lor,
refused -
emphatically |I :\ also told the Board it Unit On the

to venture out over his rcroT the IHod)'. _ _ _ _ would have to find next year :a and the School student's Board's permission

Another phase of an important part of the life of Brad head on family outings. water to rescue Charles. He described -. $200 to $300 annual supplement listed In the Board's name must be

ford youngsters begins Tuesday as the county's school doors On the trip were Fred Roberts, ': Charles as frantic with City Of Starke'sPower to pay principals at smaller: Race Tax IssueRep. minutes
Re-assignment forms for Bradford
| 13: David Lawson, 16; Alton Cole-
open and about 3.000 students swarm to their desks. fear. : "schools. He said it is increasingly
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few minor have man.: 1C: and Marvin Lawson, 17 :; difficult to fill these underthe
Only a changes i jobs .
"His wide and Doyle E.
place Charles Partin who transferre -: The boat belonged to David Lawson !i eyes were open Conner this week placed in the hands of principals.In .
be--n made the of the scale.Although .
in policies he around the neck Conversion present salary assured the Bradford
grabbed me
School considering asrjgnment, the
| ,] to Eustis. He is Beecher: I I
schools according to the officials, Morgan did not Board
II We both went under and I broke participate he would Board
contemplate is authorized
ati! no to conduct
T. ,
and the school plants and facili- i Payne formerly principal Two youths, Alton Coleman and I I[ away I just couldn't handle him" his announcements spark. school system changes without number of tests. Morgan said any this

ties will be nearly the same as 1 I Mayo. Marvin Lawson were on shore I i said Roberts. Finally d a general discussion of Brad first consulting the Board. included testing of achievement
switch in is
when the children left last year. i I Another principals when the accident occurred. In Finisheda tax structure. particularly The assurance was found in i
efforts a intelligence and
: Further rescue were personality.
the of L. H. Futch from
j transfer I
New Principal the boat were Fred Roberts and : s to assessment of property. letter l in which Conner
j the shut-down Heilbronn school to I j hopeless. The youth had been underwater protestedthe Treated Alike
A new principal has taken over 1 I David Lawson. School Trustee O. J. Phillipsand use of bin name !!
Brooker. some 10 minutes before The job of converting the Starke as suggesting But, he emphasized, both Negro
the helm at Bradford High to re- | I At some point during the tragedy ; electrical School Board Atty. R. A. re-allocation of race track
notified Paulk system to a higher voltage
I The down the boys Sylvia. and white
shutting of must be
opera I i the boat's motor stalled. was last weekend. (Lex Green both said the assessment money which the School Board re- treated alikeif
I tions at the Heilbronn school will But statements daughter of Crosby Lake residents completed { said I ceives. i the law is to be effective.The .
by the youths was low. Phillips
PTA Panel Calls also cause an increase of about Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk. !| This means. said Power Plant |
I were not plain as to whether ''Supt. identical i tourist courts were assessed When County School Supt. Har- resolution provides that
45 who telephoned Sheriff P. D. Reddish Riley Wasdin, that "power
grade schoolers at the
Lawtey: Charles simply fell or the surfboard $12,000 in Bradford County mon p. Morgan read the letter to students in "feeder" schools which
i i interruptions are over except for
i or Starke elementary schools. I sank when the boat stalled. and $30.OOO in Alachua. the Board Monday, he conceded it promote students to Bradford High

On County City School Superintendent Harmon I Frantic With Fear I Reddish notified the emergency trees.mishaps" such as fallen limbs or Green commented that "they was "an accident that Doyle's and RJE (Negro) will be auto-

i Morgan said he expected school ,i Roberts a small boy for his 13 staff of DeWitt C. Jones, and I don't assess timberland in this name got into it." matically reassigned, without

operations and enrollment to stay, years, said he jumped into the i the sheriff and an ambulance crewi The conversion was to hike the county at all. But referring to Sen. Charley School Board action.

For Youth FundsA "pretty: much like they were last i arrived almost at the same time. primary distribution lines from Board Member L. T. Johns K.: Johns' earlier proposal to reallocate -' The Board made little commentas

I' year." He said he was I Set en Hour Vigil 2,400 to 4.160'olts, and the city noting the issue of forest fire some of the money, he I it adopted the resolution. Attorney -

pecting any increase in High.'p: 'p Not Guilty Plea I Then began the long seven-hour was virtually rewired to do the control likely will be on the gen commented, "I wouldn't set back R. A. (Lex I Green explained -

PTA committee is going to ment except at Bradford |' vigil as searchers assembled boats job. Wasdin said the conversion eral election ballot in November and let any race track money be. the resolution as granting "un

press for $2,000: from local governmental School ('ro\\clod and equipment and began the task "more than doubled" the city'selectrical said he would like to see Bradford : taken away." limited powers" to the Board

groups to help finance Three classes wil! be held in the Handed i>f recovering- I : :y. The> were: rapacity. ? ;! citizens also polled on wneth- I I Conner wrote: "I do not feel SupL Morgan read the document.
USO building this and the Court On I Thus ends another phase of thecity'5 that the Board and the
youth activities in Starke. | year successful around ; :45 p. m., er they're willing to raise tax deliberately false- acted.

A proposal to request $1,000'Tx : canning plant building and old -hortly before darkness would bond-financed $750,000 expansion assessments for school purposes.: ly associated me with a matter j Morgan explained administration -

>th from the City of Starke and I| landing book room on the school have halted the operation. program. liaising tax assessments he of which I had no knowledge. of the law will be complex and

from the Board of County Com-[ grounds will also be usal as Poolroom ChargeWesley The body:: was recovered witha L Conversion took two weekends noted, is about the only opening However. I do feel the Board was I difficult. He was not sure how
classrooms. Payne stated. and power interriptions were fre : careless in causing to
my name much of
nnssionets was adopted by the] seine used by Harold Smith,, for raising more school money: I routine administrationcould
I The principals were still guessing -' quent. La.t weekend, 16 men l The be associated with a situation L be delegated to school
Committee on Planning for Teen- Billy Noegel and Stanley Noegel. locally. Board this ;year levied: prin
this week about enrollment Bryan, charged with allowing tackled the job and interruptions which, aa stated in the paper. cipals.
Age Activities. | who were in the water, while the full 20-milI limit set by State
of their schools when opening day minors to loiter in the generally were limited to 30 min May make closing of the schoolsneoessary.
Committee Chairman E. L 1 boats operated by Gene Long and law. I' Word.rf> Key
arrives. Payne said he is planningon Starke Billiard Parlor, pleaded not utes. ."
Matthews named 13 members to a Dick Smith were pulling the net. Key to the segregation resolution
guilty Wednesday before County "This letter is -
around 800) and P. T. Nolin. I I Workmen, who undertook the not intended to
special committee to appear before '' principal of Starke Elementary Judge T. A. Yawn. j 1 I j I' (Continued on Page Eight) |major conversion Sunday morning 52-Year-Old Man embarrass anyone. I have always: are the words which providethe

the city and county officialsin School, said he expects about t i Bryan's bail was continued at swiftly returned power first to enjoyed a close working relation School Board "shall assign
the bid for aid in the youth ;: $800 the same amount he has' Denies Guilt ship with the
i 1.000 pupils to enroll. i churches. The First Baptist congregation Board, and I was pupils to the public schools so as

projects. i| The teaching staffs are all been under since his arrest July, was without air-condi I disappointed that some assumed to provide for the orderly and efficient -
Mi s. Dave Paulk was named 30, but the judge required him to Says Not GuiltyIn this situation: had
I i, filled, Harmon said, except a librarian tioninbut/ Wasdin said this stem- changed. In the administration of such public

chairman of this group. Other is still needed at Brad- get a new bond. :, Man Posts Bond med from blown fuses in the air past, I have always consulted the schools, the effective instruction -

members are Lou Hillendahl. the!! ford High.; j Judge Yawn transferred the conditioning system Board before making any changesin of the pupils therein, and the

Rev \\' S. McAliley. Mrs. Robert I'| Students Assemble !I case to the trial docket and saidit "We've more than doubled our, Fondling CaseA our school system. I intend to! health, safety education and gen-

Chapman. R. P. McLendon, Mrs Payne said that the Bradford will come up during the next In Bigamy Case line capacity," said Wasdin. continue to employ this practicein eral welfare of such pupils, taking
court term in October. the future."
Marguerite Hall the Rev. J. E. I into
High students are to assemble in "We've doubled the voltage and account such sociological,
Sherwood. Bob Smith, Marcia Three youths ages 14, 16 and 52-year-old man charged with The county's share of racing
'j I stadium when they report to increased the .size of the wire. I psychological and like intangible
18 were found in the Call St. \ four small Bradford money is split
Miller T L. Casey Mrs. Desta equally between
school at 8:25 Tuesday morning,, I figure we are well set for the next social scientific factors asill
Dyal. J. L. Centry and Mrs. John I here they will be assigned to their: establishment during a raid by i Hollis Renfroe of Starke this 10 years." County girls pleaded not guilty schools, the hospital and the coun prevent, as nearly as practicable

Stevens (Continued on Page Eight) Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown and v eek pleaded not guilty to a The conversion the before County Judge T. A. Yawn ty. Each is slated to get $58,000 any condition of socio-economic
The $2.000 fund will provide three city policemen, the officers charge of bigamy and posted $800 i is city Wednesday. next year. Johns tentatively pro class consciousness
for a director for the recreation said. State law prohibits pool hall I bond while awaiting possible trial now using new switch panelin Charged with the offense is Carl posed taking $8,000 from all three pupil attending among
the any given schoolin
program L. H. Gibson Bradford Heilbronn Issue operators from allowing anyone during the fall term of Circuit power in plant. Unscheduled Johnson. Judge Yawn will hold a agencies for purchase of voting order that each pupil
interruptions past weeks stemmed may be
under 21 to machines.
school supervisor said. He said play pool or on Court. preliminary hearing today (Friday 1- afforded an
from of opportunity for
use an overloaded a moral -
the premises. The Renfroe ). In his letter, Conner said, "A t
: complaint against
th.'k ,
that organizations will adjustment to
panel in the old section of the an environmentand
be asked for contributions for Thrashed Over Maximum penality is $1,000 fineor was filed by Margaret Renfroe, plant. Johnson was arrested earlier in i no time have I ever discussed receive the highest standardof

equipmentThe 12 months in jail. who charged the 23-year-old man Marianna after Sheriff P. D. Reddish buying voting machines with any instruction with his ability to

members heard students In a previous case involving was still married to herwhen he The power plant now is runningone alerted the Jackson County one." understand and assimilate."

similar charges which resulted: married Lois Home of its five new generators all sheriff to watch Johnson's former
21 on Aug. .
and others in an effort to appraisethe
value of the summer By School Board from a June raid on the Starke 4. the time. Supplemental power residence in Graceville. Johnsonwas HITS TRUCK RENTAL
Billiard Parlor, W. A. Bessant comes from the old engines when I
returned to
at the USO center. One of the pieces of evidenceis Starke by Deputy

No action was reached on i a The School Board Thursdaytuled pleaded guilty and paid a $200 a marriage certificate showing needed.All Sheriff Fate Brown after the

proposal to use the USO building that students in the Heil fine. At Hat time seven boys Renfroe and the Home woman five new generators, part of Jackson .sheriff made the arrest. Knight Blasts Commission

on Saturday nights to avoid bronn area in which the schoo i were found in the hall were married in Georgia. the expansion program, are expected Johnson is being held in the

school week conflicts. It was has been closed will have a choiceof Renfroe appeared before County to be in running conditionOct. I county jail with bond set at
pointed out that "Christian Youth attending school at either Judge T. A. Yawn last Friday, 1.Bus, $2.000. $500 on each of the four Resigning As Attorney

Rally a"t'ities're carried on Staike or Lawte '. Forest Industry pleaded not guilty waived preliminary counts.

that night to which all youn This derision was a reversal of hearing and posted bond. Job Johnson is charged with four Hollis V. Knight, county attorney and county prosecut-

!people ate invited. decision reached at a meeting The case now goes to State Attorney Driving counts of handling and fondling ing attorney, resigned both his offices this week with blast
Yields Bradford Ted Duncan, who decides a
Monday which ruled that Heilrronn female children under 14 years in at the Bradford County Commissioners I
whether not to file information the issue of
New Pay PlanCabinet students would have to Renfroe.an Given To NormanBy a "lewd lascivious and indecent truck rental.Driving. *
go to the Lawtey school. against manner. without intent to commit Knig't
Renfroe told Judge Yawn that said he was relinquish.ing .
Th reversal cam about after $860,000 YearlyThe 'y he had filed for divorce from rape. Licenses the posts because of "irrecon-
Meilhmnn patrons hotly protestedthe The children involved are three
Okays Margaret Renfroe and thoughtthe School BoardA j cilable differences of opinion" over
Monday action; in a petition forestry divorce was final when he sisters, aged 9, 8, and 3, and their Offered For Sale rental of a truck used for impounding -
with 36 i industry brings cousin, 7.
signatures. About 25 Heilhronn aged Medical examination -
married the Home woman. cattle roaming the high-
Prison Raises citizens met with the Board S fiO.OOO to Bradford County an- of the four girls revealed they I, ways.
it the Thursday meeting. nually, the Florida Forest Service ticklish personnel problemwas were not criminally assaulted. Starting Sept. 1

reported this week.A Citizens WarnedTo solved bthe Bradford | Overpaid SHOO
The Heilbronn decried Officers mid Johnson was a
delegation breakdown:: on income shows School Board Monday when it re- It's: driving license time j In effect, Knight charged the
A schedule providing raisesin the action which denied friend of the three sisters' familyand again
pay landowners receive about $360-! e'mploved Frank Norman to drive That's the word from County Commission had knowingly over-
varying amounts for all 200 them a choice of schools! and said Register For worked with their father. He
paid something like $3,400 in truck
000 a year for their timber. A the Vanderbilt section! school bu; Judge T A Yawn who said licenses -
State Prison employees was approved that most of their students had been living at their rural home rental since 1952. .
large part of this is pulpwood.But Norman said he had a spell of north of Starke. will go on sale in his of-
this week by the State already registered at Starke. Election In Fall I
the largest source of forestry sickness last year and "false and fit I' Saturday. Sept. 1. Pricesare Knight said he originally believed -
Cabinet The Lawtey decision on Mondaywas They said the parents left home,
income is paid as worker's misleading" information concern $1.25 for private operators the Commission had acted without -
The schedule was presented to made the leaving Johnson in '
on urging of member charge of the
salaries. The Forest Service figures Supervisor! of Registration Mar ing his health haj led to the an the Cabinet by Prison Supt. De- DV.. Starling who maintainej four girls and several boys. After I
this flow of money into ian L, Crosby warned this week School Board's failure to but "it now appears thata -
reap- staff has been busy for
Witt Sinclair. that the students could get bedtime, Johnson went into thegirls'
Bradford brings about $500000The that voting in the general elections him. majority of the Board was not
said all had point several days, filling in license
Sinclair employees better treatment at the Lawtey bedroom, where the alleged
denied to deceived, and under these
N'ov 6 will be circumstances -
been granted a raise but no flat school.! He abstained on the final figures were released to He presented a medical certificate offense took place. i i blanks so renewals can be made
those not listed in the county ; I cannot and will not
emphasize Bradford's stake in the 1 I
increase was established. He saidit vote Thursday All of the other i I! books. which certified his healthis The children told of the episode swiftly. I I longer serve "

was based on a 10 per cent increase members voted for the motion to forest industry. Twelve petitions registration good and asked for the Board's when. the parents returned home. .:, But, said Yawn he would like you.
currently are being circulated in Citizens will go to the polls at' I Knight termed the County Cornmission's
but other factors such as the reconsideration. 'to renewal by mail
give patrons a choice. Johnson denied the charges at the encourage
support of forest fire control as ., that time to elect a president and 'I administration "highlyefficient"
merit and job responsibility were ''' United Norman, who has been drivinga time but he fled the city before : He said this would end delays
vice president of the in truck hire
the Forest Service. except
provided by
taken into consideration. Firemen bus for over 20 years. said he officers were alerted. and cut down on the waiting line. I
workers will Extinguish If owners of half of Bradford's :1'States as well as to formally t'n-I I II matters.
Consequently some I
'I intended to driver I
resign as a | He suggested Bradford residents
receive greater increases than Flames In Mattress 1 land acreage support the peti- dorse candidates chosen in theMay I The resignation obviously is an
this year so he could farm. But, Set mail in their 1956 original liI -
others. .,, lions the issue comes before the primaries. Program offshoot of a running political
I,, I because the Board passed him by I I cease keeping the yellow slip
Sinclair first sought Cabinet approval The Starke Fire Department :! County Commission. Since a majority i!: "If a voter cast a ballot in At USO Rec. CenterThe 1 feud which has involved Sheriff
1 I
without a chance for resignationhe inside as proof of licensing) along
of an-across-the-board $25 early Tuesday morning was called 1 I of the Commission alreadyhas Bradford County during the primaries -j P. D. Reddish. Three Lawtey
monthly raise for all employees,, to extinguish a burning mattress !I endorsed fire control, the \: in May his name is still: asked reinstatement for at I USO recreation center will !: with money and a stamped self- citizens Dick Thomas, H. C.

but Gov. LeRoy Collins turned L at 247 Adams St. I II Board is expected to put the issue 1 on the registration books," Mrs. i II i least 30 days. I open from 7:30 to 10:30: p.m. Friday -i addressed envelope. I Wainwright and Milo Smith ap-

thumbs down. He said Legislativeintent I I Assistant Fire Chief Claude on the November general election Crosby said. "The voter should ,! The Board agreed to the reinstatement I for activities of the young- I For those preferring to get liI -1 I peared before the County Commission

was to provide a merit pay Pickett said about $T5 damage I ballot. I I check with me if he did not vote i I and even asked Norman -. sters, Tom Casey Jr. said this I censes in person, he said the of- and charged the sheriff's

raise. was caused by the "fire which I I Major selling point of the For- in May" she added. to remain on the job longerif I week. [ fice hours would be 8:30: to noon,, office with "irregularities," including -

The action of the Cabinet will I started when E. L. Moody, resident est Service is that only 2.5 per!I! Mrs. Crosby said the registration the vacancy could not be filled. I Casey said a decision will be i and from 1 to 5 p. m.: daily exI one in the field of truck rent-

release for use the $65,000 appropriated of the house, went to sleep cent of protected forests burn i' books will be closed at 51 The appointment has been given I reached at the Friday program I cept Saturday. Saturday hours are I a].

m by the special sessionot while smoking a cigarette. while 65.5 per cent of unprotected I p. m. Oct. 6. "Ail newcomers or earlier to A. B. Whitehead! about future dates for youth acti, i from 8:30 to 12 a. m. I Reddish Denied Charges

r:4 the Legislature this summer. i' Pickett said the house is owned L areas are subject to flames. Burn-. I persons now qualified to register but Board members expressed I I vities. He said he hopes to keep 1 If licenses aren't renewed by Knight aided in detailing the

, 1; The pay increase was effective by Joe Andrew The firemen L ing of timber greatly reduces should take care of this matter. doubt he would be able to assume !the center open several afternoons j: Oct. 1, applicants must; pay an charges, all of which were later I

:: Aug. 1. were out 15 minutes on the call. production. at once" she said. the job. 'a week. I extra dollar or take driver's test. (Continued on Page Eight) j

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ly Mrs. I). E. Hill ) !!. John MelilnueyLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA i : '

Worth-While ProjectHuman Hot .Mirting> Thd \.siting Mr and MK.

1'11..11.1)fI"MlUun John McKinncy over the weekend

nature being what it i is, we've observed Hampton Elementary PTA will were Mr and Mrs U. .\. Fowlfi

the tendency for folk to complain frequentlywhile have its first meeting of the present and daughter of Orlando, Mi LABOR
school term Tuesday after- and11.1;. J. D. Mi.Kir.ney ul DAYiii"
they seldom overcome inertia sufficiently
to take definite action.That' noon, September- -the first dayof Starke, Miss Helen Montgomery I i
S1'hool-at 3:15: p. m., Mrs. ana Miss Ruby Smith of Palatka, I
we're gratified that the
why particularly
:; Ola M. Perkins, school principal, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Parry of Hampi i
Starke Council i is taking steps to remedythe i
City announced this week. ton, Mr. and Mrs. V. L. McKinney

city's current haphazard manner of making Important business, including of Gainesville, Mrs. Bill Under- ,I iii" SEPTEMBER 3WE'RE

purchases. election! of officers, will be trans- wood and Mrs. Louise Hogan of ,
If you remember} the advent of "dog days" acted at the meeting. All members Hampton Lake. I'' I I'I'

this year was marked by a rash of complaints of the PTA, and all other interested Mr. ana M's. P. O. Starlingwere I ,I BRING
as councilmen themselves criticized various and parents of children in the visiting Mrs. Delah Osteeti I I' STAYING OPEN TO YOU

sundry purchases. It was, we observed, not a Hampton Elementary School are and Mrs. Lizzie Hmes in High :

serious matter, but simply the logical outgrowthof urged to be present at the meeting Springs last Wednesday.

a system in which virtually every city em- Deane Starling has just returned ,

ployee holds the liberty to make purchases. New blackboards for the class- home after a week's visit ,

There is no symptom of wide-spread abuse, but rooms at the school have arrived, in Branford with her grandpar- BIG SAVINGS
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Odum.
certainly the system is subject to abuse. Certainly Mrs. Perkins said and will be installed Mr and Mrs. Jennings Starling !

it is inefficient. Certainly it will ultimately for the beginning of school. had as dinner guests last Satiu- i I,,
Registration of new students
result in criticism of city government itself. day Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Haganof )
These are pitfalls which the Council should from Hampton and Graham wasTuesday Largo and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde i II -
of this week, those
show high interest in avoiding, perhaps by desig- from ana Odom of Branford. I I,
are to register today -
nating a central officer to clear all purchases. (Friday). Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Ortages i i II Beat the Steel
It is especially rewarding to see the city pu- I'ijjeons t\: klt'() and son of Jacksonville were visiting Price Increase

chasing reform spurred on by the Council's sole From ('hllrc'lI Belfry Mrs. Ortages' mother, Mrs i

woman member. Mrs. Ruby Johns. Maybe bats in your belfry are Kate Starling, Sunday. I i .

In national elections, women were granted the better than pigeons in the belfry! Mrs. H. M. \Vasdin has returned I GI

ballot in the early 19 O's. Since then, the cyni- At last the Hampton Christian home after a visit with relatives I WAS. 'B
cal political scientist's favorate remark has been Church has found their pigeonsto in Birmingham, Ala. : $299

"The only thing women did to politics was to he undesirable tenants and Those on our sick list include ',Iii I
evicted them last Thursday. Start- I E. Ratliff, Richard Cam. l I'"'
double the cost of campaigning. "
ing from a pair of pigeons abouta and Mrs. John Surrency. ,:1:1
Thorough and thoughful service, as demon- ,1,' LABOR DA Y
year the family had multi- :
strated by Mrs. Johns in researching the problemof plied so rapidly that their nests Mrs. Julia Crews is visiting I"" $
well demonstrates the relatives Valdosta, Ga.
city purchases fallacyin .
and refuse clogged up the belfry : '
the political scientist's thinking.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Colen Ratliff of I""
section of the front of the church.
Johns certainly is to be commended for A pile of refuse four qr five feet Gainesville visited his parents. Mr II .- i t I_ I I_ I r'"_ _
taking an interest in such a dull and unrewarding high was dislodged from the rafters anj Mrs. L. E.: Ratliff* Saturday i I fr : 1
afternoon. I ei/1O
subject as city purchasing, and the Council and the pigeon "entry" boarded -
Mrs. Millie Fogg of Starke wa
does well to listen as the "opposite sex" under- up. !
the guest of her sister, Mrs
takes reform. Squab dinner
anyone? Equilla Roberts, Friday night.
Friday e'eningAUg11st 21, 22 !Sharon=; Cain visiting her aunt !' With Trade = j

The Democratic TicketAn OK Church: members attended of Hampton a marshmallowand Christian Mrs Leo Dval. 'i :'YOU SAVE $101.95- Down Payment b I! ,

wiener roast in the churl'llyal'd. ..'9.9.............. 'I'' .
auspicious start made at the Demo- .
was Following: the supper and a !
cratic convention in Chicago in the campaign to lessons, the group were servedice
i iBy
defeat the Republican Party at the polls this No- cream in tha church parsonage, 1

vember. Displaying a united front the national by Pastor and Mis. Willard M. HOTPOINT ;
Democratic Party moved quickly and skillfullyto Jones. Janet Turner SIZE RANGE
Mrs. Otto Hicks and Mrs. Bet-
present a good platform, and to nominate two
outstanding Americans Adlai Stevenson and ty May were hostesses Monday

Estes Kefauver as standard bearers.In party evening for August members 27,of for their a supper Inter- Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Turnage ri' I 30 INCHES = I ::11'1'' '

several ways this wan a different convention. mediate Sunday School classes at and family of Albany, Ga. were _
The "big city bosses" did not dictate the nomina the Hicks home near Hampton weekend guests of her parents,
tion in smoke filled rooms, as in days gone by. Games followed a hamburger fry Mr. and Mis A. C. Eelche. $199.95 uF II:

Even ex-President Truman, normally the numberone for the teen-agers of Hampton Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Connor

man of the party, could not name the nom- Baptist Church. and son, Doug, returned Friday \ II
inee and make it stick. Personals after spending three weeks tour- .
After Stevenson's nomination, the open char- Mr. and Mrs. Glenn' MacIntosh ing the West and Northwest LABOR DAY 1 97 00

acter of the convention became even more appar- drove to Daytona Beach last Mrs. C. M. Turney of Starke ,
weekend to take his mother, Mrs. was Sunday dinner guest of Mr. ,
ent when he threw the choice of vicepresidentonto r
a Rose Macintosh, home after her and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell.Mr. 1
the floor for the delegates to name the visit here with them. They also and Mrs. J. M. Bradley had ';': SPECIAL jJ With j
first wide-open in modern '-\
vice-presidential race
his brother
visited Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sax- as their weekend guests Trade
political history. on in Eau Gallic. and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.S. ,, .
Millions of Americans watched and listened Rev. and Mrs. J. B. McCaskilland G. Bradley of Monroe, Ga. .- J

then to one of the most exciting political contestsin children of Lancaster S. C. Mr. and Mrs Milo Seigler and SAVE No Down
history as two favorites of the convention were overnight guests Monday children were visiting Mr. and I T $62.95 -- Payment

Sen. Estes Kefauver and Sen. John F. Kennedy night in Hampton with Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Whitfield in Camp- I

battled it out in plain view before the voters. Mrs Marvin Faile and daughters.Dr. yule Thursday. Mike Seigler remained -
Another thing which contributed to the suc- Alfred Cierpke will be guest for a few days visit with ICE TRAYSSPECIAL

cess of the convention was the spirit of coopera- speaker at Hampton Baptist his grandparents. J"
Friends of P. S. Crews will regret -
Church at the Wednesday: nightprayer $4.18
tion exhibited by southern delegations, who 1 ,
5, and to learn that he was con-
could quite understandably have all but wreckedthe will show mewling a film September he took duringhis fined to Lakeshore Hospital in I $3.50 Value I''

convention over the integration issue. recent European tour. Lake City last Tuesday for an

Can the Democratic ticket win in November? Odessa Melton, daughter of Mr. emergency operation.Mr. I ALL'PORCELAINHOTPOINT I
We believe that it can, but it will be a hard and Mrs. Lonnie Melton, is spend- and Mrs. J. E. Edwardswere
battle. ing this week with her uncle and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tim I Automatic WASHERSModel

Many voters in Florida plumped for Eisen- aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Mel Rogers in Brooker on Sunday.
hower in '52. But since that, time they have seen ton, at Orange Heights. Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Kucera and I Regular Labor DaySPECIAL '

what has happened to the farmers, to small businesses Mrs. J. H. McAlhany of Reeves- son, Brian spent Sunday picnicking .
yule S. C.. Billy Home, Mrs. J. at Fernandina Beach. r"
to the public's interests in the notorious
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLendonand LH12 $239.95 $167.00 :
Dixon-Yates \V. Horne and grandson Richie >
deal to our prestige abroad, and ina

dozen other different ways they have seen the noon Williams visiting, spent the Wednesday Gays in Dunel-after- guests family her had sister as and their brotherinlaw. weekend- LJ11 $289.95 $239.00 :.

same Old Guard Republicans at work. We are lon Mr. and Mrs. C. R. McDonelland LK11 $339.95 -
confident that November, Florida will be $269.00'I
come Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade and sons of Tampa.Mr. With I
back in the Democratic column where it belongs.A children visited the O. F. Aliensin and Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow I Trade '
good start was made at the Convention. Let Palatka Sunday afternoon. Mr. spent Sunday visiting their /III

us all work from now until election day for the an Mrs. C. M. Greene of Ma.xville son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and I All 3
Open Day Day Sept.
ticket of Stevenson and Kefauver. had supper with the Slades in Mrs. R. A. Barkley and family 1

Hampton Sunday night. of Jacksonville.Ben I :sa : II"I I
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Misner and Jackie Nelson spent .
Moral From A Tragedy and son, and Mr. and Mrs. D. E. the past wel'kl'nd'isiting their
Hill and daughters picnicked Saturday grandparents.. and Mrs. R. W. HOTPOINToN h hf "
A community cannot help but be cloaked in at Oleno State Park near Brannen NDITIONER "q
sadness at the death of a youngster, for always High Springs.Mr. Mrs. Louabelle Parks and son .

remaining is the question of what greatness may and Mrs. J. W. Home Mrs. of Lake Worth spent last week I --- .

have been accomplished had the youngster lived. Betty May and daughter Melody, visiting her brother-in-law and -- /1

That, in substance, i is what makes an early death drove to Tampa Sunday after- sister Mr. and Mrs. W. G. String- I
noon to take Mrs. Martha Williams fellow. I sflt g t'
such a tragedy.
and son back after spending I il nrt ,
Such is the case of IG- 'car-old Charles Howe, IXtOMMF.MORTIOV lGr-1 [r R
the weekend in Hampton.:
who drowned Tuesday in Crosby Lake. The com- f= Lihh
Mrs. J. L. Williams left Sun- In memory of our mother and 'f &lfu i
mil it should.Is .
munity mourns rightly
day to accompany her daughter. I'andmother. Mrs. Parthenia Top-
there a moral in the fact that the youth Mrs. Ed Durban of Lautey, on 1 ln: who passed away Aug. 29 $
jt Y $90.00J
could not swim? Isn't it strange that a youngster a week's trip to northern Alabamaand 1911. "Fifteen years have passed hh: i' I SAVE

in the "land of the lakes" was denied the southern Tennessee. since you went away, althoughit f !

right to survival in a state which abounds in Mrs. T. F. Brown attended the seems as yesterday." Wilhemena

swimming facilities? housewarming Sunday: in Jacksonville Strong, relatives and friends. YOURS FOR
The Telegraph'in recent weeks has been asked of her son and daughter- J

by a few citizens, to initiate a drive for con- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank ruin or TII tNKS :;i tL Sff ,. .' 95HI
Even Brown. They recently moved into Words can never express the I .... 199
struction of a swimming pool in Starke. ;;:;- j' ONLY
their new home at 10SO Eastdale feeling we have for the sympathy l'.c' "
the site the Fair Grounds on North Temple :: -
Drive in Arlington.Mr. kindness, the beautiful flowers. _: -=-=- -- ,
was suggested. and Mrs. Arnold Haddockand cards and other courtesies of the -_ WITH THERMOSTAT
Swimming pools cost money. We have hesi- son spent a week's vacationlast many friends who were so dearto
tated, to permit thoughtful study of such an expensive week in Knoxville, Tenn., and us during the brief illness of IIIIIII

proposal.But in Orlando. Mrs. James Broomeof our beloved mother and wife.
we do recall last summer, when the Brad- Orlando accompanied them to The E. S. Adkins Family IIII! HOTPOINT WATER HEATERS .-- LABOR DAY SPECIALS !

ford County Health Unit discovered deplorable Hampton Sunday: night to remain ,

health conditions at Kingsley Lake's "Poor Hole" for a visit.Visitors. CARD OF THXNKSWe _
o,\ the Blanding reservation. Health authorities last weekend at the wish to express our thanks ili;! Yours At These Prices --- While They Last!
home of Mrs. Ina Knight and son and appreciation to each of you Ili NI
estimated that on the Fourth of July some 400 ., i
were Mr and Mrs. Pervis Green who were so kind and thoughtfulto .
seek relief from the !hl Save Labor
flocked there to inexpensive Model Regular Day
and daughter of Heilbronn; Mr. us in our recent bereavement.May .
summer heat. and Mrs. D. I. Knight and daughter. God bless and keep each of li\i\\;
that \ WB32. 30 Gal Round 94.95 30.00 64.95 '
The Telegraph suggested then the county Gloria of Lawtey; and Mr. you And may we all be ready t ;
erect and maintain rudimentary facilities at the and Mrs Charles Crews and chil- when He calls us home Ii i i it WB33 -- 30 Gal. Table Top 114.95 30.00 84.95 c 'r
site. Blanding authorities said it was possible. dren of Starke. The Ancel Norman Family
Will' ; WB42 .. 40 Gal. Round 114.95 30.00 84.95 '
The County Commission never acted, and a Miss Edna Dudley and Miss I'

chain-link fence now protects "Poor Hole" from Winifred Dudley: of New'berry FOR DEPENDABLE !II WB44 -- 40 Gal. Table Top 129.95 30.00 99.95 a ; :
the visited Saturday in Hampton with
How public.long we ask will Bradford County; residents Mrs W. P. Birt and Mrs. Florrie : : WB52 -- 52 Gal. Round 124.95 30.00 94.95 _J) II!I

be denied a public bathing place? How Bell Brown. Termite Control _
long will the public conscience permit Bradford Visitors Thursday and Fridayin Limited Stock .- No Down Payment .. While I. Id!
with Mrs. T. F. .
Household &: Commercial
youths to experiment in obscure swimming holes, '
Brown were Mrs. Hilda Griffith Last LABOR DAY ONLY !
Pest Control They --
where death lurks for the unwary? illl: '
and children of Miami. Grote SprayingCall .. L_ Ijl'Ijl'lill
i2525 57525' Wt't'kel1J'isitors with Mr. and

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH )[Madison Lee were Mrs. Lee's FR. 6-6035(
brother-in-law and sister. Mr and lill: Winkler Electric Service
EST. 1679 Mrs Dan O'Grady, and her father Florida Pest Control
FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER H. C. Green all of Jacksonville.
@ PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY Madron Lee left Monday of & Chemical Co. :EIS 234 X. TEMPLE AVE PHONE 166

this week for where and
Cocoa he
UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD. 24 Y. W 16th Are.Gaiiesvffle I i''
; Your
n. PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS Mrs Lee are to make their home. :,, Hotpoint Dealer For 15 Years
. MATTER' AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER Mrs. Lee u to join him there this Florida ,III,
, TWI' ACT Of MARCH ,. 1879
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B. Thomas and I|
and Mrs. D. BRIDGE

LAffTEYKy family were visiting the Brown I I I LONG NEW RIVER I j I spent Normans. Saturday Mi Mosley With The was L:,.:"vrl M COCK UP! CELEBRATE THE LONG FUN-FILLED WEEK END! ENJOY A&P's i I
Bennett family in Miami the j i
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of last week. Mrs. Mitchell Brown : Mrs. E. A. SappAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAA.AA.1u lly Mrs. Lucy NoniianAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I
:Mrs. Joyce T. FutihtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA | I Hope he will soon recover.
and sons, Larry and Johnny, who I' I. Mr and Mrs. Floyd Norn:.in. VALUE-PACKED k6d'bl /
accompanied the Thomases re-
and Mr and Mrs Dock Norniat ;
Mr and :Mrs G.V.. Roberts mained for a longer visit Mr and Mr and, Mis Albert Moody and l i|' Mr Robert Cress of Jacksonville and children of Jacksonville spentSunday gqs

were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise and sons, Billy boys. Sonny and Clvde. \'1sited11"1'j spent last week with Miss with the L.1.. Norman
and Donny, and :Mitchell: Brown and Mrs. Chester Moody Maggie Crews.
Mrs George Roberts and son.Rirkv Thursday guests of the Normans
went down for the weekend antI lyn Lake Sunday afternoon. Chester -, Mr. and Mrs Eerton Cruthersof
in Gainesville. were Mr. and Mrs. Hal: EdAaui.of
brought Mrs. Brown home. Edwin came home with Sonny Jacksonville visited Mrs Ruth
Mr Mrs. R W. Sapp of Orange Park. !Z Ann Pure Concord
Page .
and Those attending the Don Brandeis and spent Sunday night and Mon Marr Sunday. Mrs. Sarah Norman was :r
Jacksonville, were weekend Bud Wilkinson, ,
Revival at Marietta Baptist Lacey Larry
ors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. day.Mr. Baldwin Thursday due to the illness 1 GRAPE t
Church last week the Rev. Leonard Carl and John Norman
were and Mrs. W. N. Johns of I II of her sister, Mrs. Ernidler 'X;
Arthur Pearce. attended the market in Gaines-'!
and Mrs. E. L. Wilkinson and Alachua were dinner guests of Knight.
Mr and Mrs. Jack Reynoldsand family, Mrs. Truman Norman,I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johns Sun- vine Monday. Zettie Padgett is spending .1\ Ib jar I
sons of Jacksonville, and the Joe Starlings, Mrs. Troy Ben- Several from here attended the few days in Baldwin with her ELY 2 39C

Mr and Mrs. H. Reynolds of Bald- nett, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore. day.E.. A. Sapp visited with Mr.and Bible SthKl picnic at the lake daughter Mrs. Ermalee Knight 0
win visited Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearce, Miss Mrs. Pete Sapp of Palatka Fri- and went to the zoo in Jacksonville -' Happy Birthday to :Miss: Rachel
Mosley during the weekend. Elizabeth Terry, Joyce, Mary Ju Tuesday and !j
day night and went fishing at Saturday. Norman, Aug. 12; Beedie Norman .
:Miss: Frankie Wainwright of lia, and Terry Futch. Crescent Lake Saturday.Mr. I The teachers who helped with I Aug. 24: Vicamae Norman

Jacksonville is visiting her uncle Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish and Mrs. Shelby Turner of Bible School this year were: Beginners Aug. 13 arm Ellen Norman, Aug. I Dressed and Drawn Grade "A" Quick-Frozen"i
and aunt, Mr. and :Mrs. Luther had as guests last week Mrs. and Mrs. : Jelen Sta'rllng; Primary, 28. i If
Milliard and Misses Joy and Bar- Jack Pons and family of Talla- Will Jacksonville Andrews and of Starke Mr. attended : Rachel Norman and Bettie Starling -!! The Homer Smith's from S. C jll1:1 hl:, YOUNG TENDER 1 ':::1

bara Starling.Mrs. hassee, and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. New River Sunday and 1 ; Juniors, Ann Harvey, and spent the weekend here. Sure was ,
church at I I
Alice Jones of Theressa is Wilson of Jacksonville.Mrs. of :Mr. and Mrs. Kilgore: Intermediates, Dasy glad to see their house open again. | lilIii \

spending some time with her Frances Hefflin, companionto Mrs.were Chester dinner Andrews.guests I''I Bok and Miss Debbie Philips. C. M. Griffis and daughter, Iii I

nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs 1 Mrs. Mary Reddish, was con-( Mrs. Earl Moody and Mr. and Mrs Bill Crews of Geraldine, returned home Friday ;. TURKEYS i" !
Mr i
O. J. Phillips. .I I Jacksonville was Tuesday guest : after spending a few days in Kentucky -,
fined in Bradford
1. County Hospital children of Palatka and sister, Ii.III'
I. of Miss Maggie Crews. Sunday (III! !
Mrs. Nellie Mae Dryden of Jack- from Wednesday until Saturday.Mr. Marcelle, and husband Jiggs, of.I t ,..
'. guests of Miss Crew \U-re Mr Don't forget C'huuh and Sunday I'I' I ,
sonville came down on Saturday and Mrs. Everett Burneyof Leesburg were visitors of the /I' I I I1,1
Mrs Harold Crews and his School.
and brought her mother, Mrs. Jacksonville visited Mrs. Georgia Set>ber Moodys Sunday. and ----- ''f' Hens Turkeys Ib A fC Broiler Size Ib '' :
Davis, home from Doctor'sHospital I'
Perry Ann Sapp on Saturday. Mrs.I Troy Dukes visited his sister. I 49C I !
in Starke. Sapp celebrated her ninetieth Mrs. Lonnie Rhoden in Jacksonville -

Mr and :Mrs. Smith of :Mandar birthday on Monday. She says she I over the weekend. IF YOU PAY $2.00 A .,
in were Sunday dinner guests of I feels almost as well as she did! Those on the sick list this week : -

the Melson Privett family. many years ago and would be| are Bud Moody, who is in tini -- -- -- -
Miss Enza Blanchard and :Mrs. okay if she could see well. i Veterans Hospital in Lake CIty -- ---- --- - : =-- =--- ------ ---
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Mae Wells s.sited Mrs. J. J.I Mr. anti Mrs. Walter Eucholtz, and Mrs. Seeber Moody in the I

''Aunt Smithy) McLeod in :Mel-! of Dinsmore visited Mr. and Yrs.I .I Lake Butler hospital. Bud had 1 Swift Prem. or Super-Right SmokedHAMS
and Mrs. Carl Shuford I Bucholtzes plan to build a house stomach. We wish them both a ;._ .. _,

stopped to see Mr. Charley Shu-i on their property, which is in speedy recovery.Mr. .
ford on Sunday as they were en-I front of the Griffis and move in and Mrs. James Lavendci m lb. 53e

mute to their home in Gaines-I the near future. j were in Gainesville on busine.-

''ille from a vacation in Cullen,, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Estes were Monday. We are glad to have Mi
Va Mrs Charles Shuford is business visitors to Jacksonville and Mrs. Melvin McKinney living -- --------
expected I u- -- _- -- -___--__ _-_-__
home this week after Monday morning.Mrs. I in our community now. They --- -- ----- -- -

spending time in I moved here from Starke and are Calif.
some Virginia Willie Dobbs and nephew. Iceberg
I living on the Moody trailer court THIS AUTOMATIC
with relatives.
Charles Smith, left last week for, ;
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp and
Deepest sympathy is extendedto ; a visit with Mrs. Dobb's parents,
Mrs. Nora of Brooker visit-
Mrs Callie Houch in the re-''Mr. and Mrs. Dale! Mitchell, in Sapp LETTUCEI
ed Pierce Crews in Lake Shore
ent death of her husband, Jim Lt>hanon'a.. i I WASHER
Hospital at Lake City Sunday.
Youth who died from injuries Mrs. Harold Beasley visited her II j .

received in an automobile wreck. I grandmother, Mrs. Brewer, in the' Lo.,1.lias anyone seen a little green; I For <| fl C
Mrs Louiebelle Wainwright Evergreen section on Saturday. | RIPE 2
parakeet? Little Jimmie La"ender's -
was the weekend guest of" Mr I
Little Earl ,
Phillips of Starke '' .1 BANANAS
bird got out of his cage'
and Mrs. George Shuford. [ is spending a few days with his I .1i
Sunday and flew away. His name :i
Mr ana Mrs. W. H. Bennett grandparents, Mr. and :Mrs.: O. J. Pound IQc
was "Tinker. When he was last I
and daughters of Warner-Robbins, Phillips. seen some naughty blue jaysi I' WASHING ACTION

Ga. arrived on Sunday for a Miss Patricia and Reese Par- were chasing him. I j SEEDLESS. Calif. Vine RipeHONEYDEWS
visit with Mr. Mrs. Preston rish returned this t
and week from !
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harrison GRAPES
Green. Chiefland and Blountstown Completely Automatic,
I of Springfield. Mo. visited :Mr.:
The James Waters family attended they had visited relatives. and Mrs. Bill Banks Saturday i! Just Set The Dial Pound 13c

the Higginbotham family Mrs. A. H. Harley is visitingher and Sunday and all enjoyed a i Easy Top loading

reunion in Maxville on Sunday.Mr son-in-law and daughter, Mr. picnic at Fanning Springs Sun-, Model minates Awkward i Calif. Vine Ripe
and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and Mrs. Nelson Blocker in Jack- day. | WA450N Doping, Bending EACH ASCCANTALOUPES

visited Mrs. Laura Colley in Starkeon sonville. Mrs. Nan Merritt spent Thurs-,' j
Sunday afternoon.The Fred Moore Jr. returned homeon day night with her sister, ::\lrs.1W. rt G.( 5-Year Written Each 25c

Donald Bennett family Monday from Hendersonville. H. Andrews in Jacksonville. Warranty ,
left =-:. C., where he had been visit-
Wednesday for Ft Lauder Mrs. Fronie Moody and Mrs BARTLETTPEARS
dale. where they will be making:I his brother-in-law and sister, Mr' Murhe Crews attended church at For as little as I l Iona Brand
their home for some time. and Mrs..Wesley Thomas. Johnstown Sunday night. HOME OE -

:!oIl'. and Mrs. Vanice Keene of ----- e Pound
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Glenn St. Mary were Sunday WE CONTRACT FOR iPER i PEACHES29C
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hilli- I

and Mrs. Glenn Shuford DOWN PAYMENT !
and Mrs. Sam Hicks carried Mrs. BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL .
Betty Wolfe and sons to Jacksonville REPAIRS REMODELING JALOUSIE PORCHES -OR TRADE i iI

on Thursday to catch the I,
tram for their home in Wilmington '

visiting. Del.her Mrs mother Wolfe, Mrs.has Hicks been,I I W. L. THIGPEN JR. G. J. MGftIFGENERAL : -:::

for a few weeks. I' \Id ''IIIli1
Mr and Mrs. James Anders of Phone 297-J Starke. Fla. i I
Palatka spent from Tuesday until Route 2, Box 245-D ELECTRIC APPLIANCESStarke Ili1:; Libby's, Doles or Del-Monte Sliced Hawaiian : :

Friday with Mr. and Mrs. O. J. I Fla.America's .
Anders and Billy. |, i! oz Can

:Mr and :Mrs. J. S. Eunice Jr. j, i I PINEAPPLE 20 29C lil 1 1I

visited the Joe Lane family inj:
Deland on Wednesday.Mr. I i iI I I''

: and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs had I

as guests during the week :Miss I

Pat Dobbs, Miss Ann Walsingham.and I Wedge-Cut Sharp Cheddar '. .
Mr. and Mrs. Burney Dobbsof

Mr.Jacksonville.and Mrs. R. L. Bradley, performance '
greatest Wedge
:Mrs. C. R. Crews and daughter, ASP CHEESE 1 1-lb 57CArmour's
Miss Hilda, visited Commodore *
Crews in the W. T. Edwards
Hospital in Tallahassee on Sun Chevrolet's lowest prices! ,

day.Mrs. ..
Margaret Kelly is visitingher .

son-in-law and daughter, Mr. You can get Chevrolet's'
and Mrs. Roy Tomlinson in New
River this week. top performance even !nit

Buddy Devine is spending two
weeks in Tangerine with his sister textra lowpriced"ONEFIFTY" Star ViennaSAUSAGE

Mrs. Charles Tyndall.Mr. SERIES!'
and :Mrs. Edgar Wilkinsonand

children were Sunday dinner 4 oz Cons
guests of Mr. and Mrs. X. C.STROBO'S 2 19C


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Y':4..'- i 'jod: up tr.iffiv: on t' S. :TJ'U; at the
f '>. :M.i'iisnn! St. mtel';l''tumlondJY: Funeral: serv >v for A.e.\: '
RI!nt'S l 63. of :;;tark... we1Wednesday *- <.
I Bradford County's farm agent. George T. Hugging received -! ifternoon.
|: state-wide attention this week as he wa named winner Thf accident occurred wher. in Bayles.- i.'
Gladys Mooty way Baptist Church w.thRev. v
I of the two vehicles both going South
Distinguished Service Award for his efforts in I .
Malcolm Galbraith off .
Phone 35 i collided. One was an automobile ; ;'
I [promoting farm activities. ing.
< ,. I'i, iriven: by Edward James Hazoure
-- srrsp SSsssSSsrprrsprSVedding Huggins is one of the two Flori- '- : .
1 JI* <".1 Jacksonville and the other a Burial was in the family: ; :
Miss Parker ToVed l I II da county agent to win the p., truck to the in Conner Cemetery with Ma- -..
\ In November award, which is presented by the p., ['.me body belonging
b_,, Rites at the
i Wells Electric Service and drivenl' graveside.
Bolton Mr. Kenneth GriderIn National County Agents Associa- .i. ., 1
For I
Set :\ir.
\ K;: P Norman. Barnes died at hs; h :II: P

And StephenVeldon \ Church CeremonyThe W tion.The awards are to be presented cuv; police said they would Sunday morning following a he.i :

Lf .j to Huggins and the other Florida hii-e Hazoure with levkless attack. He was a native of D.,
marriage of Miss Jarquelin ; 4, .. than. Ala., a veteran ofV .
winner, Kenneth Clark of Sara- \ i ixThe: ca&e:1I: be heard : .j
Parker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. k::: sota County at the Xational Coun- \j! ,i i War I and a member of the B.i: >:-

1, Jack Parker of Starke ana Kenneth ,.. 'd ty Agents Conference which meets 1fp. ford Lodge \(). 35 F&AM.

1' C' Grider, son of Mr. and : 'i'C in Houston Tex., the week of ii'.it Survivors include his wife My: -
II. Grider of Starke, will ( \ ; I *+ I
Mrs R. iiT1 ; ( Oct. 22.Iluggins. Warnings Issued Matthews Barnes of Starkeeven :

be an event of Friday eH'ning.I'pt .. ... 41-year-old Universityof u. :t; daughters. Mrs. Lillian :M
in the First :
7 at 8 o'clock Florida graduate, has been .1.}. :rios Mrs. Lucille Rk-ks. :M- *

Baptist Church with Rev. L. D. \ : county agent in Bradford since On Polio HazardAs Ev.i Mae Stephens and t. -
Hames performing the nuptials. January of 1933.; Since that time Freddie! Barnes all of tarkt'. M-

A reception will immediately :7L. he has won the endorsement of }) .
i ja. 4 "t., \ lIrlth'OOti of Bagdad. KMts -
follow! the edding in the Parish I ,, .'-\ 1 farmers who have noted improvements School Beatrice Pugsley of N t ,

House on Church street. in their crops after follow- OpensA Yoik City. and Mrs. MY \ '-

I Xo invitations are being issued ing programs Huggins has promoted. -
'ur.g of Dalthan, Ga.: four s.': '
but all friends and relatives are I tdt I Thomas ,
j 1 \ .\ \\ that srhoH! openingS L., Etipene. and David :
J invited to attend. \. .I He has advanced such projects \ George T. Hugginsthrough t'pl[ t I hikes the possibility: of expoMiie -i of Starke. and Johnny E Bat'. *

I las\ soil testing and testing forlivestock to polio was issued this i of Bagdad. Ky.. and a sistei, :\1" -

Ladies At Heilbronn The home of Mr and Mrs. H I, land attended as usher. The disease. which have been his guidance m three week by: Dr A. Y. Covington of Addie Hughes of Dothan. Ali

D. Starling of the State Farm bride's sister. Miss Allie Mae recognized as major factors in im- counties. !the Bradford County Health Unit. ; DeWitt C. Jones Funeral H ." I

I Hold Friday Meeting was the setting for the weddingof I' Starling was her only attendant. j I'stock.proving Bradford's crops and Huggins has been active incattlemens Covington urged parents to se-; of Starke was in charge.

S. ladies of Heil- their daughter Clara. to Raymond 'I After the wedding and reception and agriculture groups cure Salk vaccine innoculations!I
The W. M. 1
,' the Church Friday Redding, of Staike on Friday Mr. anti Mrs. Redding left I Before coming to Bradford as well as civic organizations. for their children to reduce the ("\Im Or III VMS'*
bronn met at
McCarthy was evening, Aug. 17 at 7:30 | for a short wedding trip to Sara- I Huggins had been County agent Bradford's prize-winning farm possibility of polio infection.: i j .
Mrs Harvey 1
night. in Calhoun and Baker counties agent said that any credit for the We wish to gratefully ev< ';
their "Florida is unlike other
entitled o'clock with Rev. S. F. Beard of | sota. They are now making sections -i .
Mrs. Earl E. Edenfield of Jacksonville I in charge of the program! Go Pro- the Heilbronn Baptist church per- | home in the Hartmann Apart- j' and assistant county agent in Lake success of his programs is the re- of the country" said Coy- our sincere appreciation to ,
is announcing the engagement "Ye Christian. is and Duval counties. Several prize- suit of fine cooperation from the : many friends who assisted tit.-i: .
in ton.'e
forming the nuptials. ments in Starke.Ir Redding : normally have hot
of her daughter. Hiss claim. Airline winning 4-H members and teams county officials, other agricultural the illness and death of oui =:'1'
Seaboard -
L. M. Norman served Mr. Red- employe with the I weather. and consequently con-
Joyce Bolton of Jacksonville and The devotional was given by j were produced under his directionand ( agencies, office( staff and farm tinned loved husband and father.
Alon!o Kirk- Railroad. i danger' of polio, during the
Starke to Stephen A. Weldon Jr. I Mrs. Jimmie Lee. Also taking ding as bestman an
and Jacksonville, son Mrs. Ernie Johns, Mrs.
of Starke were
I the rest of the nation is1 I
of Mrs Stephen A. Weldon Sr. I Morris Carter. Mrs. F. B. Beard, I Two Parties Honor Miss Frances Caldwell, ; Starke's First Grade Teachersi .ool... and polio-free. i
Mrs. R. L. Hans or the County Health V" '
(Jf Starke. I Mrs. Tate Crosby and To Mr. Belche : In fact in 1954 Florida polio
I 16 Wedding for to
Plans 19
of I \Vho Sept. (I ages up years.
Bolton! is a graduate
ojnj -MI! I :tod to rise sharply during the .
So far this 587 Brati-! ,i
San Social will be held I I
Polytechnic High School I' W. M. S. the to the punch ..die of and reached
I Miss Frances Caldwell, popularbrideelect. invited guests September children have completed the s.-' .. _
San 30, at 8 m. '
Calif. She attended at the Church, Aug. p.
Francisco will become the table. r: exceedingly high peak. thennhe.st
and grad-'j on'ept.. 7 the Ladies will observe L ... -4 I| of two shots.
State College and
the ,
Francisco Season of bride of Joseph Belche, USN, on The hostesses presented of the year, about the Last year GUI school dnii'; ,,
dated from the University of Flo "State Missions Kept. 16 at 4 o'clock in the after-J, bride-elect with two serving piece I 1 : !lift of October. ;'were innoculated with the st-1: ., .

rida. She is employed as a teacher], I'rayer7Groups noon in the State Farm Community of her chosen china pattern. They' .t.s. t'-: We feel that the return of ,i i but only 213 have gotten the f-

in Bradford High School.Mr I I Club House, has been the in-I also presented Mrs. Caldwell 1 t-i children!: to schools and the in-j cessary third "booster" shot uh.! I Ii

Weldon is a graduate of Of'Methodist spiration for several parties in ] Mrs. Belche, the bride-elect and .. i re.1se11| danger: of polio exposure'j is due a year after receivm_ t

Bradford County High School. lie i the past week.A I Miss Bal bara Bates with beautiful 4.. I < vk4 may have a definite bearing on series. .

attended Stetson University and Church Set Meetings lovely miscellaneous shower: corsages. Miss Bates entertained ) :hi.' use in the fall months. This means about 400 Bia::' .1

the University of Florida. He! was given Wednesday evening of j the guests throughout tlu f "With plenty of vaccine avail- children are not completely :':.

served three years in the U. S. Circles of the First Methodist last week at the Community ClubHouse 'I evening with piano renditions. 4L ;: .imV, no parent should deny a tected. although parents ml.\!: .,-

Army and is currently employedby Church will meet next Tuesday as State Farm. for Miss Cald-: -- child! this important pi ntectllln lieve they are.

an insurance firm in Jacksonville follows: well. Host ses. for the affair i I, A profusion of late summer PA t' i Covington said: vaccine 1 is available -

Circle 1, Mrs. T. H. Slade Sr., were Mrs. J. C. Wallace, Mrs. L. ,i flowers in pastel shades were used : .. either from private physi-

The wedding will take place in I leader, will meet Tuesday morn- W. Pace, Mrs. H. J. Kuc'eratrs.. i i to decorate the Sunday School ;

Starke during November. ing at 10 o'clock in the education M. H. Richarde. Mrs. C. A. All-i'I, auditorium of the First Presbyterian -' -- ': .-.--- I Need To List

I building with Mrs. Slade as wood, Mrs. Carl Kurtsinger and Church on Tuesday eve- iL

., ', ., I hostess. I Mrs. Louise Harden. I nmg for a lovely tndal showei YOUR I'KOPERTY
-- J. H. Fields, leader Caldwell and given '-
I Circle: 2. Mrs. The club house was beautifulfor honoring Miss ,, '

will meet Tuesday afternoonat the occasion with attractive I by members of the PresbyterianWomen : b-.

D 3'30 o'clock with Mrs. L. S. arrangements of late summer of the Church. i FOR SALEI

PE'il Hutto. with Mrs. Shellie Hall as points I The tea table was lovely with a are the six: Starke elementary teacherslio will greet first
flowers placed at vantage
STARKE FL':,' I ro-hostess. throughout. The bride's gift table white linen cloth and centered by graders starting school for the first time Sept. 4. Shown here as : --- -. ... =

I I Circle 3, Mrs. Lloyd Green. I and the mantel were focal points i I an artistic arrangement of pale they registered students at the school Monday are (left to right) ,.. Clients Waiting For

I leader, will meet Tuesday afternoon with arrangements of huge hi- ; pink pompoms. At one end of the Mrs. Marian Conner, Mrs IoIa Koberls. Mrs. Helen Malone, Miss ,

Sunday, Monday Tuesday I at 3:30: o'clock at the homeof biscus blossoms. The refreshment i| table was a crystal punch bowl Madge Middleton, Mrs. Tonmiie Nolin and Mrs. Edna Prevatt. f ALL TYPES REASOX-

September 2, 3. 4 I i Mrs. C. E. Hernwall with Mrs. overlaid with a white holding red punch, which was 't ... "
1 table was i I' AIILIR1CED
R. H. Russell and Miss Kate surrounded coral vine. At the 'c'.
DOUBLE I linen cloth and featured a mock ,I Final Services Held I Fine Fish 1ctICIIAIfLEY
i Struth as hostesses. with the bride, other end of the table was a PROPERTY
COMANCHE I wedding of dolls ( ,
I and four attendants. The color' beautiful white three-tiered cake For Mrs. E. S. Adkins i ii
IN' CINEMASCOPEith 'II emtossed in pale pink and light
\\ Dana Andrews and Linda \VCTU Sets Meeting I I theme carried of out yellow in the and doll's lavender clothes was,I'green. Mrs. J. G. Caldwell presided -I 1 Funeral services for Mrs. Ruby 'il Vacant or Improved

Cristal 1 i at the punch bowl and Mrs. Rrooks Adkins, 36, who died in a
For Friday Afternoon with lavender batchelor buttons: I E. JOHNS & SON
'I W. S. Ic.l1leserved. the cake. local hospital Aug. 22 following j
AND wound throughout the bridal dolls ]I I held last about this questionWe If You Ifcne 1, 2, 3. .1.1 5,
,, The two members from each brief illness were
the a
The August meeting arpund the punch bowl. j
Jester and i iI
The Court laura Scott Union. WCTT. will I than eighty guests', of the three circles and the president Friday in the Northside Baptist 10, 13; or :20! Acres,
IX TKC'UMCOLOKith be held in the Tabernacle Chapelon The more 1 serving as hostesses were: Church at Heilbronn Springs. Rev just mo\ed to Florida

\\ Danny Kuye I Fiiday afternoon at three! were met at the door by Mrs. J. Miss Louise Stern, Mrs. W. A. E. Bullard officiated.Mrs. from Ohio. and e like it fine. A Home, Farm or

1'Iu_ Color Cartoon for K ils. I o'clock. I C. Wallace and introduced to the \ Stern Mrs. E. C. Holtzendorf, Jr.. Adkins was born in Lexington But these hurricanes all

I I I Important matters will be receiving line composed of thebride's 1 Mrs. Guy Andrews, Mrs. I. 11. : Ga.. Jan. 11, 1920. Hfi our neighbors tell us to he Lot

Wed., Thur .- Sept. 5, 6 I: brought up for discussion and mother, Mrs. J. G. Cald- j Gibson and Mrs. B. C. Holtzen-!: parents are Mr. and Mrs. William sure to have Hurricane In

DOUBLE; FEATURE disposal and reports completedfor well, the groom's mother, Mrs 1 don Sr. and Mrs. Louise Harden P. Brooks of Milan. Ga. She was: surance. Is this part of our Call Me and Let's Talk It

I the State Convention. A program A. C. Beiche, the bride-elect: and Approximately 25 guests attended a member of the Northside Baptist ''kV( ,- Fire and 'extended coserage'

SQUARE JUNGLEWith I of music, trombone, accordion Mrs. T. A. Yawn. Mrs. Kucera this delightful affair. Church. policy. or do we need special Over.
Tony Curtis & 1'at fnmleyAND and vocal will be heard Run' \'ingbesides her parentsare

I. at, 4 piano p. m.. followed by ref zesh-! Double Ring Ceremony In Episcopal Church her husband Edward Silas canes insurance? to cover hurri.

THE OUTCAST I I ments. Joins Miss Rowland And William E. Cartergay .i Rene Adkins, :liobie four and daughters Linda, Sophia.Adkins J.E.WALU.\

and Juan Evan of Starke four sons, Edward jr.- ,
With John lfrfk Miss Patricia! of yellow and white carna ;
Plus Cartoon for Kids.Fri. ;; LittleVomen I Kay The Rowland wedding, daughter of of Mr.1 tions. I Mark. John r. and Roy Lee Ad- Charley E Johns&SonAgellcy Reg. Broker
kins of Staike: two brothers Wil-!

: ., Sat. Sept. 7. 8 I| Mrs. C. J. Houpt was hostess to and Mrs. Ben Rowland, to William -, Joe Candella of Jacksonville ;I liam A. Brooks of Raiford and Phone 437-J
I E. Carter son of Mr. and served his brother-in-law best i i
DOUBLE FEATUREJ the executive board members of I i James E. Brooks of Brunswick, :
Carter of the State man. ] > 337 N.
Mrs. Russell Walnut St.
the Little Women's Club on Tuesday I I I Ga.: two sisters, :Mrs. Dorothy
Nineties \ event of Friday evening The bride, who was given in
Naughty an
The j Faim, was and Miss I
I Plans were discussed 1 L. Dowdy of Raiford
: evening. Starke
o'clock in i marriage by her father, chose : Fla.
8:30 ,
With Bud Abbott & Lou Costello! for the coming year.Wesleyan Aug. 24, at : I 'I Doris Jean Brooks of Milan, Ga.I 1 Four bass, weighing l a total of 2*i Phone 13 Starke Fla.i :
Mark's Episcopal church before for her wedding a lovely white I i : j
AND j St. '' Interment was in the family pounds, were snagged from a smal i
members of the immediate lace and net ballarina length ', f
Guild I plot in Conner Cemetery with!lake "out of Starke" by C. 1.. An'derson .. ;
MacBlain Her shoulder length veil of
A Man Alone family. Rev. R.'E. per- gown. 'I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home t' who proudly displays tlui <<, '
formed the double-ring ceremony. illusion was attached to a crown
With Kay Milland I The Wesleyan Service Guild, altar of the church was!: of lace and net accented with in charge. i catch. Anderson said he caughi

Plus Si-rial 'hap. 12: and Cartoon Unit 2, will hold its September beautiful The with pedestal basketsof I pearlized beads. She carried a 'I the fish using eel bait, within! i iI See BILLY JACKSON

toE Kids. ( meeting. Tuesday evening Sept. white gladioli and carnations I cascade arrangement of white Automobile Injuries I i I span of SO minutes. The larges 1 t FOR

14, at S o'clock at the home of I against a background of palms. I tube roses stefanotis and carna- Fatal To J. C. Houck :; weighed nine and a quarte r I
Locke with Mrs. Carolyn I I I
Mrs. Brad
I Two seven-b!anch candelabras tions. pounds. TOP SOIL FILL DIRT DISKING
Redgrave as cohostess.Elementary holding burning white tapers casta I Following the wedding a small Resident Of Lawtey ,

ELECT i II I soft glow over the setting. Miss \ reception was held at the home I And All Type Tractor Work
PTAThe Gail Duke played the traditional i 1 of the bride's parents on W. Madison -j Funeral services were held Green Expresses I
1 street for the immediate Monday in the DeWitt C. JonesI
marches at the organ. | i
wedding I i i PHONE 165
T. C. board of the James Clifton Houck '
I executive Mrs. Dwight Marshall of Apalachicola families.The I Chapel for 'More Opposition I
PTA will meet at 10 couple are making 32. Lawtey resident who died in
Elementary attending her sister as young I
I o'clock this morning. Friday at was gowned in their home at 21 W. 17th St.. ': a Jacksonville hospital of injuries I To Fire Control W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER
matron of
(Cliff) Hazen Jr.TO i the home of the president, Mrs.A. floor length aqua silk gown j Jacksonville. Mr. Carter is employed received- in an automobile accident

X. Holliday at 304 S. WaterSt. a she carried a nose- i at Massey Motors. near Palatka several days ago. R. A. (iLexi) Green, long-times( 'J

THE I II with which Mr.' Houck was born in San An-' opponent to forest fire control. .:.----- ---------------.:.

I I II Ladies Recent BirthsThe : tonio Texas. He was a member made it plain this week he hasn't j
I i
Christian To
I i, of the Baptist Church and had i I changed his mind at all. :j j of the City of Starke: ;}

City Council I the Ladies Council Bradford County Hospital|! served with the U. S. Nayy. He I The matter came out at the j i
I i i Members of Christian Church announces the following births: |:!: was employed at the Trail Ridge.' Monday meeting of the School j I wish to announce to the people of Starke that I am t
Fact! | First
A i
It's the
I will of meet Tuesday evening at 8 | Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ernest i j I I I'plant of Humphreys Gold Corp. | Board, for which Green is at- .' !,! seeking a seat on the City Council in the Sept. election. t

to the Encyclopedia o'clock in the sanctuary for their I Green of Starke, a daughter. Jan He is survived by his widow torney. I i I have seen a tremendous growth in our City during I

According business and program I Louise, Aug. 27. Callie Beasley Houck of Lawtey: : Referring to the current effort 1 I Ito i the past years, and I realize the additional services and i
Americana, a survey 99,976 diseases regular meeting. '' Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Houston father Guy Emmett Houck of secure fire control for the I i expenses that go pith the growth of a City, but I asi i

cases Invohlng 110 specific Mrs. Wesley Andrews president 'I' Childs of Hampton, a son, Albert Texas; one daughter, living in county Green commented, "They i sure you I will figh't for the economical operation of our i
under Chiropractic care business California: three brothers, GeorgeI say it'll cost only sevententhsof City and
will preside over the Houston. Aug. 27. I government see that each Tax dollar is spent
I showed that 81 1-2 per cent of a committee will I 'I of Biloxi. Miss.. Herbert of El a mill but it'll keep going : so as to benefit all the people. ..
rTk the patients had completely recovered met'tmghen officersfor I I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Henry Reno. Okla., and Henry Houck of ,, after the bureaucrats get their !
I he appointed to select !i Griffin of Starke, a son, Ronald 1 I three sisters. hands it." I am for everything that is J1.md for the growth and !
Calif. on
greatly San ; ,
or were members Diego.
InlprOH'd'i All !
I : the new year. i I Eugene. Aug. 27. Mrs. Dorothy: West of Birmingham -' To this, Board Member L. T prosperity of our City and its people; I am against anything !

:I Such a record is possible because are urged, Jo be present. j Mr. and Mrs. Norman Powers Ala.. Mrs. Doris Sneed and Johns commented, "If we get fue that is not in the best interest of Starke and its I

the Chiropractic re>tores! / i Thompson of Keystone Heights, a'I II Mrs. Margaret Blarkmon. both of control Container will cut off its i people. I assure you that my judgment in determining i

:; normal function to each organ of Woman's ClubThe I I daughter, Peggy Ann. Aug. 27. Oklahoma City, Okla. fire crew and save $20,000 a year i this can be relied upon. i

k: 1' ., S i the body by remoIng ncr pre board of the I I II : p.eJ.. "'. Longino officiatedat That's what happened in Alachua i Having successfully operated my own business and i

sure. executive Club will hold Cub Scouts | the funeral services. Interment County." I having been a life long resident of Starke, I feel that I i

I StarkeVoinan's Thursday ,I was in the family plot in Ever- Both Johns and Green sad; fire! I am well qualified to give the people an efficient, honest
When each organ works properly its first fall meeting Starke. control would primarily fcer.elit i
r 3:30 o'clock A Cub Scout meeting will be j:: green Cemetery near : and progressive administration. :
the body is not only able to afternoon. Sept. 6. at : I big corporations who hold vast It has been
in the ,
.. I'iS \ dub lounge?: held in the Methodist Recreation proven past year that new
repair and maintain health but to in the : Rev. John A. Skehan timber acreages. thoughts and blood
:\. 'i Building on Tuesday. Dec. 4. Den ; new in our City government have ,
kinds I| Not with the
i ward off Infections of all everyone agree been the
saving in
I today.Phone Lawtey Lion Slated 5 will put on a skit, and mothersof Assumes Starke Duty two however, because the Florida many important decisions. I
Consult Your Chiropractor
i If elected
I shall state honest
I opinion to how i
Capable told the AS
Den 6 will furnsh: refresh- Forest Service Telegraph
lOS StarUe, ITa. To Hear Congressman ments. II I The new pastor,: of St. Edwards',, earlier! in the week that big tim- i I I stand on any issue and will keep you posted as to ,

Experienced j i Catholic Parish In Starke is Rev. berholders did not reduce their I \\ hat is going on at all times.
) Matthews i
D. R. (Billy
Congressman John A. Skehan, who comes to I I earnestly solicit
I at the' crews because of fire control. your support and vote in the Sept.
will be the speaker POSTOrTICE CLOVENI i
i :l Fla.
Starke from Hollywood.
I Qualified Lions, ,, The Forest Service maintains i II election. _
next meeting of the Lawtey
I which will be held Sept. 6 at S:3C: (I Starke Postoffice will be Father Skehan replaces the Bra.liordill get a $22,000 annual I I

Your Vote and Support CLINIC p m. in the school cafeteria: closed all day Monday for the Rev. Harold Jordan who assumed payroll plus valuable forest fire I Sincerely, I

:i A Will be Greatly AppreciatedOn i 'I Program chairman Griff Phillips -' i| Labor Day holiday Postmaster the office of pastor at St. Joseph's protection by putting up only : W. H. (Billy) NOEGELPd.
September 11 is in charge. All members Parish, Bradenton. ; $4,000 a year. It would take seven-I
S Blocks North of Post Office I'
i I' G J. McGriff Jr. announced this ( I'oL .%dv.
.1 |are urged to attend this special I Father Skehan assumed his duties -, tenths of a mill to raise the )

(Fd. Pot Ad,'.) ,meeting. !I week. in Starke on Tuesday. "money. I ...m.mm: ,_._....-.-...j_i._....-. .. ..,_ .UL__, ,_i_n.r_,..,,_...,

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nL : C. B. Furlong of Mesa, Ariz., I Mr. and :Mrs.: A. F. Wynn of ';\11'. and :Mrs: Robert Chapmanand Mrs.
tiol landowners
Stokes' Mother Agricultural Groups is important to ail
and :Miss: Virginia Anne Lane of Jaiksoi-ille were Sunday guests family of Camp Blandng He suggested also that hug -
r Savannah. Ga., were guests of ofIr.. and Mrs. Willard Wynn spent Saturday Wednesday of Dies In Collins, Ga. Schedule DiscussionOn
Mr and :Mrs.: J.V.. Furlong from and family. Wayne Wynn returned last week in Macon Ga. where j! nessraen

Thursday to Saturday Of last with the A. F. Wynns for a week's ,: they attended the wedding of a i> F'I:1.'Lt' <-.il! ?'._ .,t.!'t !'it;;M .it Forest Fire Unit This is a meetins: for e'en..f'to

week. vISit. j: niece, Miss Loma Green, to Wil-1| (' 4ii'1! -. ';.i. .\11)): :2J; too! :Mi- express their ov:: sentin.er- '

Mr sum Mrs JoeV.. Taylor Mr ana Mrs. J. I.. Kelly were j ham Denny on Aug. 19. They ali'i Maggie Irene Liner, :>-2. mother "f Th. Hi.id: >ti.1 i F.II.II Bureau said Huggins.

L THE NEWSMrs \Vaycross, Ga., are spending visiting Mrs. Richard Carter in so visited: :Mr.: and Mrs. Rudy Mrs L M Stokes of Starke .ill Cattlemen's AS""l'lation will Petitions in supit' of ',>!" -'
several days this week with :\11'.I St. Vincent's Hospital on Sunday ,., Denicke in Atlanta I Services were conducted at the
hold a jomt meeting Fnday at. fire control for Bra :oi\i .ut flow
and :Mrs.: J. R. Taylor. afternoon. Mrs. Carter is expected Mrs. G. L.' Chapman returnedto Anderson Primitive Baptist Church >I I I
1 Mrs. Louie Belle Parks and home today he, home in Live Oak Wednesday by Elders J. Hugh Boyette andA. i I 7:30 p. m. in the Courthouse to ,, being circulated. They: pio".tb.\:

Sarah Hunter and children F.arlineorman has been added son. Buddy, of Lake Worth were Mrs. Mason H. Williams of i of last week after spend- I R. Cnimpton Burial was in discuss forest fire control forth will be presented to the t'ouny:
returned home last Friday after to the Bradford County Telegraph weekend guests of :Mrs.: W. B Eustis is spending this week with 1 ing a month with her son and I the church cemetery. .. c.'urtv Cun! !L.ssion: :n SepU'irbt1-

spending the summer in Tampa shop staff. Mundy at Kingsley Lake. her son and daughter-in-law, Mri .j'' family Mr. and Mrs. Robert i I Besides Mrs Stokes survivors C.''>"t\' Aeont 11"; _.' T Hoc: H'I ii tins .-,..,1 I hn: o. ginu ,/,.-
and Zephyrhilli. They were oc- :Mrs: Ruth Meng celebrated her Glenn Reddish left Thursday i and Mrs. Merritt Williams. Chapman. j include five ,
other ,.
daughters foil .
,. ,
j. !"- :,.0 n.:1 't" '\; tr "- i ,4c I : ..-.:.t ;
compamed here by Mrs. Hunter'ssister. birthday last Saturday evening for :MurrayKy.: ., where he will Beth Johns of Lake City is I :Mrs.: C. F. Sayles of Miami is. sons. a brother four sisters. 2", .
I i ,
t :Mrs. Samuel W. Reed, and when 23 friends enjoyed a weiner enter his freshman year at the visiting her grandparents Mr. and 1 visiting Judge and Mrs. E. K. [!grandchildren and 23 gieat-gi.in !- .I't! :'i -'cI i :' l" .r .: .ic' ,:: ,11. "' .. I. '

four children of Tampa who are, roast at the Meng home on the Murray State College. Dennis Mrs. C. H. Quick this week. I Perryman. j children. '.' '" "

I visiting the Hunters this week j j I Palatka highway. Mathews will enter the same college Mrs. Vergie Flynn is visiting I! Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Clapp and I

I :Mr: and Mrs Kenneth Clark of!1 Mrs K F. Miles gave a surprise on Sept. 9. lends and relatives in Kalamazoo -I daughters, Pat and Bobbie, of Atlanta !I i

Jacksonville were Saturday eve-I birthday luncheon on Wed-, Gene Shaw returned home and Battle Creek, :Mich.: for and :Mrs.: P. A. Dampierof CAP Dance SANDERS I WATCH REPAIRS
ning dinner guests of his parents, I nesday of last week for :Mrs: \V. Thursday of last week having two weeks.D. Jacksonville were Tuesday and iJ|II

Mr and Mn: I. E. Clark, to celebrate -,j!I B. Mundy at the Miles home on N. completed 11 weeks at the Officers I R. Shaffer of Winter Park Wed.rlesJay'isitors of Mrs R C J'Air The Keystone unit of th :M&; l ls.a
I Patrol ,
the birthday anniversaries Cherry St. Thirteen guests enjoyed Candidates School at Fort!' and S. :M.: Shaffer of Goodland Dampier and son Billy. While will sponsor a 'i.n |l&rKwkXiii

of I. E. Clark and Kenneth. ;i'ii!i:I the affair. Benning, Ga. j spent Saturday to Wednesday here they visited R. C. Dampier tone'Saturday Airpark at 8:30: p m. .in :!ht I Iv

Mr arm Mr>. Paui Hutthind R. C. Dampier, who has been Dr. and :Mrs.: H. H. Adams and | with :Mrs.: Steve Weldon and at the Lake City \'.\ Hospital.Mrs. hanger.CAP

and children ,ere Woodbine, I: confined in the Lake City VA family have moved back to their ;' family. Izona Bradley of :Miamiis : officials reported M I. r

Ga. Sunday visiting:> :Mr: and :Mrs.: Hospital for the past three weeks, ''home' in starke after spending Mrs. Yvonne Colson is substituting visiting her sister, Mrs J. B active Bert Christoffer.s dut is un it up / 1 It; 1 1 1 1 '
/I James Bruce has been able to come home week- the summer at their cottage on'' for Mrs. Frances Crosby 3app, this week. > in Tampa \MUI- :: '
ing CAP cadets. !
-- -- ends.Mr. Kingsley Lake. i in the Wall Insurance office for I Mr. and Mrs James Lewis and
J -1--"lD" and Mrs. make Jackson t I Arlen Lee Bias celebrated her several weeks. family were in Apopka on Sunday -

and family spent the past three"I'ekl ,,, ;11th birthday on Aug. 18 with a George and Bubta Mansfield of visiting :Mr.: and Mrs John __ .... 2 _... ___

\ at the Fred Leonhard cottage -j ]party for 12 of his friends. i i Tampa spent last week with their Robinson and Mrs Lily Lewis.

FLORIDA on Spring Lake Last week ;i iI Merry Beth Crawford underwent -!i cousins, Al and Steve Yancey. Jean :Mundy: returned home Sat-

I they had as guests, Mr. and Mrs.I i dental surgery in St. Vin-|I Mr. and :Mrs.: Ned Yancey and : urday after spt'ndingthree weeks NOTICE

,, Fred! Rich of Maryville. Tenn. j ,cent's Hospital Wednesday and family (carried the boys home and! I at the YWA Baptist Assembly ir

Paige and Jane Claxton of Kitej'I 'Thursday of last week. i JMr J I spent the weekend with their I Glnr ietta. N. M.

THEATRE Ga were visiting their uncle and >I and Mrs I... E. Jordan and parents. Mr and Mrs. George I (' .\ I' Big Sqiian- Dante Saturday In the interest of more efficient handling of News and \dn'rti-ing Copy, The

aunt, Mr. and Mis. I. G. Harris i I son. Harold of Ovieda were weekend ,i Mansfield in Tampa. I 8:30: p. in. til? At the hanger Telegraph:: will henceforth ob>en e the following deadlines: II

I last week. 'I guests of Mrs. T. J. Griffin i Edwina Wlutnel of Deland is Kejstont Air Park.

Mrs Ollie Griffin and Mrs. \\". and Miss Annie Darby.Mir. : 1 spending the week with her uncle Mr and Mrs J. S. Sapp. :Mr: CHt'HCH NEWS, Notices of Cemetery WorkingMemorial-*, etc. I

Sat Sept 1 ONLY D Hicks of Lakeland spent' Fri- i and Mrs. M. C. Wells had ,, and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill and Mrs Felix Sapp and Mrs W.

DOUBLE FEATURE I day ID Monday with Lt Col.! and a Mi.1: A. Griffin. Margaret and children in Jacksonville Sunday -
I J. H Wells and daughters i j Mrs. L. :\. Pickering entertained ,
( A I' Big Square Dance Saturday : :;' afternoon..
and Betty, of Pensacola. iIr. |
THE IDOL OFMILLIONS : i at luncheon
I 8:30) p, in. tiI't the hanger :\ and Mrs. Thomas Wells of St. j Tuesday with eight I i I Miss Sue Duncan and Mr David S or News Releases from (Count \ent.:: Home Demonstration Agent

b Keystone Air; Park. Elmo, Ala., and Mrs. Allen i guests of Tallahassee honoring, Mrs who Jack is t .Ponns ling \Wnirht of Gainesville were guests Soil Con en"ation Service and other asen.iesDEADLINE :

Mi and Mrs K. G. Dunran anddaughter Arthdutnot of Winter Hat: 'en. i Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs
VAUGHNMONROE her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E.
Margaret, will spend The Presbyterian Junior Choir, Heddish of Lawtey. Mrs. Ponns L. A. Wynn on Hampton Lake. Monday 5 P.M.CORRESPONDENCE .

th- wet'cend inVest Point, Ga. ,, members enjoyed a picnic lunch I was presented a gift from her' Mr and Mrs Eldon Sapp and

where thl'Y111 attend the wed'' at Camp Montgomery, on Crystal I Mr. and :Mrs.: Felix Sapp will
j I' hostess as a memento of the oc- '!I (Community News Outside Staike)
,o ding of their son. Kaspar, to Miss Lake on Wednesday. I', Miss? Pattie Lawson strated 'I I!I spend the weekend in States-

f'7 M.tnanne Paisjent. The weddingwill Mr and Mrs. C. C. McAhley: casion. I!i boro, Ga., visiting Mr and Mrs DEADLINE Tuesday 5 P.M. (Sooner If Possible)
place Sunday afternoon '
Gainesville and Rv and Mrs. W. Dewey Warren and family.
j working at Hercules Powder Coon I
I ppt 2, in the First Iethodj"tC'hurrh S. MeAliley and family of Starke I Mr and Mrs. Lowell Mathews
'' Monday, replacing Mrs. Louise
Duncan111, West Point. Miss: IarI.ret inI- l will have a picnic supper Saturday I; Abel, who is teaching school this celebrated,! their 20th wedding anniversary DISPLAY ADVERTISING ... Tuesday 5 P. M.
participate with Mr
afternoon at Camp I I on Tuesday I

SIioiNG the Mrs wedding Esther as Johnson a bridesmaid. 1 i orv on Crystal Lake. Iontgom-I year.Dr. C. J. Houpt and V. W i i and Mrs J. E. Fogg: Neptune Every display ad that runs in the paper mint: t lie, laid out marked up ,set into t type,
of Plant Jacksonvillethat
Mrs. W. C. Rhoden underwent Beach by dining in
Strickland proof read and corrected. This all
City spent last Friday with Mrs.:: '' in' Jr. made a flying business evening. takes time. The oont'rH' receive your copy,
\V H. Struth On Saturday. Mrs. surgery Thursday of last week trip to DesMomes, Ia., from the more time we can give to making your ad as attractne as possible: so you
the Bradford Mrs. Donnie Moore, Frank Walters -
County Hospital. i ji
Johnson and ")Irs. Struth visitedMrs ''Sunday Wednesday.. will :get: the desired results. The cooperation of advertisers is asked in setting
; :Misses: Finch and
i Jeanie Paulk and Mil-1 j :Mrs: Lee daugh-
L :M: DeSha \Vildwood.. '' Mr. and Mrs. Eustis McKmght their copy to us as early as possible each week. .
dred White Willacoochee., Ga. and ters of Gainesville were !guests
Misses son, David, accompanied
Gaie Benn and Sarah :
j jBaiefoot i are guests this week of Miss Thursday of last week of Mrs
of Jacksonville! and i I their daughter, Dolores, to Mobile,
MAl UAU'Jlutn unnui Iota Richard Hortenquin of Tallahassee I Syha Paulk. j i Ala., on Tuesday afternoon. Do- W. B. :Mundy: at Kingsley Lake. JI.\T. Fully matted ads or illustration mats for ads that are to be set. shouldbe

co-ifarring WALtU were guests Saturday of Mr. |:', Bud Lawson, who underwent an J: loves left Wednesday for California Mr. and Mrs. Robert X. Rogersof in our hands not later than :Monday. '

ELLA RAINES BRENNAN and Mrs. Charles Dmkins. j i i. appendectomy Sunday in the i iI i i. where she will embark for the Camp Blanding hae moved to
I|I Bradford will 625 Grand Street, Starke.
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. and Hospital Phillipines. ::\IissIt:: Knight ha* SOC'I.I.'n:
Meetings Notices etc.
WARD BOND i I be able to go home on Saturday.Mr. :> Word has been received from
son Mickey, and Mr. andIrs I i I accepted position as schoolteacher
_B REPUBLIC PRODUCiI01whh Rodney Hall and son Stevie, willspl'nd :: and Mrs. S G. Denmark ;J for dependents of the Air William former Starkites S. Colson Mr.and and children Mrs DEADLINE Wednesday 12 Noon
1 and family and Miss Pat Hobhs'i 1 I'Pore
JEFF CORE BiRRTKllET the long weekend visiting i I I personnel stationed there. that they have moved from Tus- ,
emu Pity by Dwell and Stuart McGowduced relatives in Ozaik. Ala. I i, spent last week at Daytona Mrs. C. J. Houpt visited her ,
con Ariz., to San Diego, Calif.
< by Palomar Pictures Corpontio Mrs Annie Hollingsworth spent |I Bearh parents Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Doub- Jones of LEGAL ADVERTISING Deadline Wed. 12 Noon
Mr. and Mis. Tyler 1 ,
AssocIate Producer-Melville Tucker : the past two weeks with friends Mr and Mrs John Baugh ofVincennes erley, in Lakeland over the week-
I J. E i
Staike :Miand: Mrs.
Directed by R. G. Springsteen ,i and relatives in Gainesville while nIl>. and daughter l i end. and
t' Wilson of Savannah, Ga. spent ,
k lyman-Executive Producer her daughter. Penny, was visitingher Miss Mane Baugh of St Louis, I i ii Mr. and Mrs Herbert Thomas, several days last week fishing at CLASSIFIED ADS Deadline, Wed. 5 P. M.

-AND : brother-in-law and sister, Mr J JI i Mo. were Monday visitors of Mrs. and daughter, Kathleen, and houseguest I Cedar Springs.Mr. .
.. ''I and Mrs. J. L. Hair! in Lake City. H. L. Brownlee and family. :Mrs.: Emma Pinner of Cleveland -
THE WORLD'S MOST- -- -1 Tenn., spent last week vacationing and Mrs. Clarence Cooperand The cooperation of the public is asked in opening: these deadlines which will

DANGEROUSPROFESSION ... 'II AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFELLOW. at Key West and Mara- week family in South were Florida.vacationing' last I j enable us to :gibe: you a better newspaper and :give: it to you on time. If you can
thon. Mrs Pinner returned to her I :get: jour copy in BEFORE deadline time it will be appreciated all the more.
< Miss June Clark of Miami
killer CITIZENS: *: home in Cleveland on Saturday. I
bait for -- -
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I I I visiting her parents. Mr and Mrs
: i Mr. and :Mrs. Alex Armstrong
On the bais of and :. I I. E. Clark this week.Mr .
4 my experience thorough of Orlando. former residents here

3 knowledge: of the affairs of the City of Starke, I am *: dining \\'\\' II, were Sunday visit- and Mrs. O P. Dover! of BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

wa r : seeking re-election to the Starke City Council. t::1; ors oi Mrs Ruth Johnson and I Hibhing, Minn are making an
3 and other extt'ndt'.1'ISlt with Mr :and Mis
f I 1 family former friends
I During the>.e past few years, the City of Starke : here. !j F. F Flume.

4 has gone through a period of unprecedented growth. > Mrs. C. M. Turney of Dallas l I j -
j Necessarily, because of! :growth: the affairs of the city Texas, is the guest of Mrs. Carrie ,Adult Course Meet

i 3 hate become increasingly: I complex. An understanding t Ward and friends here. ''Slated, For TuesdayAn

: of these complex problems is necessary for smooth and : Misses :Mary: Agnes :Matthews: ,

I trouble-free service on the City Council the city's sole and Frances Landrum were visit- organizational meeting for I
ing Miss Diana Smith at
policy making body.
4 i all thise interested in adult education -
4 Garden the first of the week. .'.
In addition, the job is not done. :Muchork remains : t Mr and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and will be held Tuesday in j, ,' I'
the USO building at 7:30 p. m., "
Yr :: before the city's expansion of power plant and : 1 family attended the Driggers School Supervisor L. H. Gibson .

4 utilities can be termed complete. Once again, exper : family reunion in Lake Butler announced this week.

miAeernanrnr.uC1 j fence will be valuable factor in recognizing and solving i Ion,I Sunday.. educa- j$1
Gibson noted the adult
the city's problems. j I Mr and Mrs. C. W. Colson ,
tion program is available to both \
were vacationing in St. Augustine

; oo Dt Since experience is a vital factor during this per- : I I last week. and veterans and non-veterans, men Ball Points only SOc \

j iod I am seeking reelection believing my background : j I Mrs Irene Roberts of Palatka He women.said about 400 enrolled for ,
.. in our city government will enable me to serve efficiently : I i spent the weekend with her daughter ;

and ably.. On the basis of my experience and Mrs. Herbert Thomas and the courses last year. ';',. Binders Loose Leaf 39cF. .
E family.Mr. ::
: j thorough knowledge of city affairs I humbly ask your SINGING CONVENTIONThe I
and :Mrs: Eugene :Matthews: = UP
support? of my candidacy in the September election E : ;
3 attended the District Press meet- Bradford-Union Singing

Sincerely, .E ing Macclenny:: on Saturday. i Convention will be held at 2 p. };._i. O _", 1 Doze Pencils 44c ) _, ,
(' A P Big Square Dance Saturday Sunday at the Lake Butler m.1 ; .- c
8:30 m til? At the f, : I
3 p. hanger dist Church. Everyone interested
; AI
E E(1'd. Keystone Air Park. in gospel singing is urged to at- I t- .
Mr. and Mrs. .
Barney :McRae tend. a
...I..s.UlllIII.IIJI ( 1'01dq Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley i I I ,
al.r M'-lUll PM I
pair rloacrnr m.mmn..m..mnm..m..m.mNO were in Lake City last Friday

j evening visiting Mr Mrs. Mc:: !
and ,, RE-ELECT
Plus "Pop Eye For President"' ,j
: Rae Jr. and I
baby son, who are
Cartoon and {'hap. :\0, 5 Serial I ,

DOWN PAYMENT REQUIREDA moving Mrs J.to W.Miami Jackson this Thursday and Mrs. I EWEL% LAWSON I

Sunday. :Monday Tuesday I J. E. Dean of Baronton, Ga, were I .. '

September_ 2, 3, 4VARNER |' weekend guests of Mr. and :Mrs: I TO YOUR : ,
T. H. Slade Sr.
ALAN ROSSANAUOYD I Mr and Mrs E. D. Tenly will f

I be'in Reedsville. Ga., over the City Council
!ADD / )!ODESTA I ISAN7'Jt60 AN: EXTRA ROOM: CARPORT NEW BATH Including I weekend visiting :Mr.: and

Fixtures NEW ROOF, SEPTIC TANK, TANK & I W R. Walters. Irs'l TORNADOZipper '

David spent' the weekend in Manning :
s S C., visiting friends and
4-,I.-V NOLAN cotfR ar relatives. I I.I I.
WARNERCOIOR Call Us or Drop A Card ... No Obligation :Mr: and Mrs J. R. Bullington I I Note Books

Plus u\t'd MA-.trr" Cartoon and daughter, Janell. were vacationing .. F
I last week at Salt Springs
3fin Miss Dolores
Wednesday Thursday. Frj. I' Wednesday Saturday McKmght of spent last ,
> I
September 5, 6, 1 week in Columbus. Ga., ,'isiting'I ( ONLY 1.29
44 ",I.h toAiMMV! Ubuiti lunClE lOVt! *&nfl 36 )1O TIIl.Y PAYMENTS lends. I
S2i.17FREE I I II .;
I, I Mrs Guy Andrews and son.
I Tammy were visiting friends and I .

Y Estimate and Information relatives in \\':rtheille.'a.. last I .1.LVisit
\\'fl'k. Ir"c .b

t:1 Mr and Mrs J. S. Dowling of

Store Hrs. : 7:00 A.M. to Daytona Beach spent Wednesday jtJ
5:30P.M: Mon thru Fri. of :last week with'1Ir. and Mrs.. -: Our Store And See The Largest Line of
m.II,,," IJ1I 'NI'II AAVM"hpnlN f Wesley Andrews.Mr : 1A
1 Close Noon Sat. ,
SAFARt.CINeMAScopE and Mrs. Howard Smith J :1 ; )

'irj" ,1 family spent the weekend at COMPLETE; LINE OF
n C. ( !
._-; -TECHNlCOLOR', '.' .. ." STAMPS K: 'her Mayes.Mr ,I The City of Starke has i SHEAFFER and PARKER FOUNTAIN PENSFRIDAY
'!. -
.,,,;.r.. t.\p" (... 1 f and Mrs R. L. Alvarez and' made great strides in I

:mily of Fort Myers spent a few the last fews \ears. Let's ,

.IHMII n'JOK1USIW!' MCuttn RDUWDCUIVWIMM ..pAHcpW1k..IM1ny14lal .., .'- '. ':,tvs last week with Miss Dorothy continue to grow with i

M.W I/A4\tai Alvarez and Mr and Mrs. :Mike: Ewell Lawson as your City !
rum II RrL;idu M wui i ewccoiPlus

'Igloo For Two" STARKE BUILDERS 1 PIckering. Councilman. I
in Mr and Mrs Rene Garcia and ANY DOCTOR'S
('inema cope and "Tunder Beach daughter, Vivian of Camp Bland- Your vole and support PRESCRIPTION FILLED

8pt''W" in Cinemasctpe. I PHONE 333 or 45 j ing returned home Monday after greatly appreciated.Pd. I ,

11 1 J spending the past ten days vaca- ( Pol. I
, I '" iT : i tioning in :Miami and Key West.

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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT ling, the bride's mother, Mr. and 11 birthday anniversary Games Sonny Boy home after dinner \\etskend !here with his: :'amy:! II -' -T-ii (
Mr. and : : : > : ,.-J----. .: .::- j :-::'
Mrs. J. C. Higginbotham were played throughout the evening and spent the afternoon wIth Mrs S
MAXVILLE Mrs. D. J. Parrish, Mrs. Dan Par- after which refreshmentswere Polly Griffis. The Maxville children \\m!: resume -i I
nsh. Misses Jewel Higginbotham, served. Those enjoying this Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Brown and their studies on Tuesday

Iy Mrs. C. n. Nolan Jo Ann Parrish, Patty Parrish occasion with Mary were Lana family of Starke visited with Mr. morning, Sept. 4. at S.ir. The',' I
Annette Hodge, Sarah Hodge and Nolan, Mary and Clara Brown, an) Mrs Lonnie Harris Sunday sc hedule will be the same as last'
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABaby little David Parrish and Eugene Susie Harris Shirley Higginbotham. afternoon.Mrs. year.; School will take in pronptlyi I
Harris 'Lang.A Ronnie Padgett Edith Cope- Doss Higginbotham and at 8:15 and let out at 1:15 for the]

Mr. ana Mrs. Lonnie Harris are II' A wedding supper was enjoyedat I land, Patty ParrUh, Alene Sweat daughter, Shirley, returned last first and second grades and 2:15'j
announcing the arrival of a 'I Pat's Drive Inn in Jacksonville June Higginbotham and Mickey Friday from a two week's vaca- for the other grades. All parents ,' I
daughter, born Tuesday. Aug. 21' by all attending the wedding. Godwin. tion with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rob- entering children in the first:
at the Bradford County Hospital.The .! New Chic Club Officers IlfiJ: intutt ham Reunion i inson in Baltimore, Mi grade please remember to bring I

young lady has been namedI'hvllis j On Friday night Aug. 24. the:: The annual family reunion of i) D. J. Parrish was on a business! their birth certificate from the:I I
Elaine. Maxville Civic Club had a social! the David Higginbotham family i trip to Arcadia last Wednesday) Bureau of Vital Statistics.Mr. I ,
lUby Thompson 'I and musical. Everyone enjoyed>. was held on Sunday. Aug. 26. at I and Thursday.Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and,,
Mr. and Mrs. Thompson are announcing hot dogs and drinks, after which,' the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. J.I and Mrs. Dan Hargroves I sons, Billy and Bobby, spent avery 1 :i
the arrival of a daughter little Misses Karen and Sharon Parrish in Maxville. Over 75 peo- I and daughters, Minnie and Ginger pleasant weekend in Flagler I
which was born Wednesday, Griffis and Alene and Helen Sweat I ple joined for this occasion and Cannon visited in Glen St. Mary I and Daytona; Beach as the guests I
Aug. 22. at the Bradford County sang a quartet. Then piano pieces held a basket dinner, out of doors. Sunday with Mr. Hargrove's sister of Mr. Nolan's brother and sister-
Hospital. The young lady has been, were played by Karen and Sharon I Out of town guests included Mr. Mrs. Edna Manning and fami 'in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nolan i1
Christine. and Mrs. Russell Green and familyof and son, Robert.Denmark .
named Cathy i Griffis, Peggy Gary, and Susan ly.
Brooker, Rev. Waller and fami- i1.I
I Ii i ggin hot ham-Starlm i Lucas, Lana and Joey Nolan Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Harris\. and I
ly of Jacksonville the Rev. and
A wedding of interest to a Carolyn Strickland, and Billy and son. Ray, moved to the Strickland Establishes :
Mrs. Lester Taggart and familyof
large circle of friends was that Bobby Nolan. Toby Rhoden of home on Highway 301. 'Dental Practice In .I
Otis played several music selec- Middleburg, Mr. and Mrs. Paul I'
of Miss Jacqueline Bonnie Starling The Maxville Intermediate
tions and :Mrs. Ida Lee Griffis, Garrett and family Mr. and Mrs. Baptist -'Thompson St. OfficeDr. I
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Training Union held an ice
Higginbotham, and I II
Elsie .
Mrs. Cannon Mrs.Gladys 'I
Nathan of to and !
Starling Lawtey social last
cream Thursday eve-
family, Mr. and Mrs. George J. E. Denmark recent grad ,
Copeland several
Harold Rudolph Higginbotham,I I tang IOVETT'SQuantity ,
Johnson Mr. | ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs.T. Formerly
trios accompanied by Mr. Rhoden. and family. and Mrs. uate of Emory University, established -
son of Mrs. Gazelle Sweat of Max- L. Edwards.Mr. .
Buddy Browning Mr. and Mrs. a dental practice in I
Little Sharon Griffis the ,,
vine and the late Harold HJgginbotham. played I and Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham -
James Coleman and
music while Lucille and Ida Lee and Mrs. Starke this week. I
Pellum, all and sons were business visit-
Griffis sang a duet. I Ray of Jacksonville. He is occupying an office above Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat., September 1Labor
The wedding was performed by Also at the occasion birthday ors in Jacksonville on Saturday. ''
the office of Dr. T. G. Bitch S.
After the social on
the Club
Justice of the Peace Peeble, in elected cakes were cut and served in Lonnie Harris and sons,
St. The office, formerly
Thompson -,,
Kin sIanll, Ga. on Friday night I new officers. They are S. E. God honor of Mr. Buford Higginbotham -I Bobby and Daniel, were visitors! occupied by Dr. R. r. Stubbms, '
Aug. 21. The bride was beautifully win, president; Joe Lucas, first I Mrs. Joyce Schmehls and'' in Jacksonville last Friday after-!;I was lenovated.Dr. :
gowned:: in a dress of pink lace vice president; Earl Cannon, second -
Mr. James Waters who
over taffeta with white accessories -' vice president; Mrs. LaverneLucas their were noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Lucas and I,I Denmark was reared in Values!
: I II I celebrating birthdays.Personals |Starke and graduated from Bradford Day
and wore a white ('arna-I secretary and Mrs.: Ida family Mrs. Edna Greene and.
tion corsage. The bridesmaid was I Lee Griffis, treasurer. Mrs. ::'.fyr-I I Mrs.. Mary Mosley enjoyed a fishing -: High School. He is a graduate
The Rev. and Mrs. Lester Tag- of Stetson University in De-
Miss Gloria Higginbotham of tle Coleman was re-elected as I trip and picnic outing on
gart and family of Middleburgwere 'Land, where he majored in biologyand
Jacksonville, sister of the groom: chaplain.The Black Creek Sunday. 'j
I i iI
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lon- i pre-dental. He served two STOCK UP NOW
and the best man was Charles meeting night was also Those enjoying a picnic outingat I II
nie Harris Sunday afternoon. I :I yearn in the Navy before receiving
Higginbotham of Jacksonville, changed from the first Tuesdayin Strickland's landing last Wed
each month to the Mrs. Ruby Turner of Jackson ', his dental degree from Emory
cousin of the groom. first Friday nesday were, Claude Roger and
The bride attended school at; night of each month. It is very ville spent the weekend with her Jewel North, Violet Burnsed, Jean,I I University last May. CLOSED MONDAY SEPTEMBER 3RD
that sister, Mrs. Lealer Harris and The dental office is completely,
Lawtey and the groom attended! important every member be Harris Daisy and Bonnie Padgett,I I I ,
school in Maxville and was recently present at the next meeting which family.Mr. Mrs.. Reba North of Jacksonville,I equipped, including X-ray equip-:
discharged from three yearsof I will be on Friday night, Sept. 7 and Mrs. J. W Denmark Dora North and Helen, Alice, Bar'I ment. The office also includes a
service with the U. S. Army at 8p. m.Birthday and family of Jacksonville visited bara and Albert North. I I separate clinic for the colored.
The couple are presently at home Tarty with Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Harris Little Peggy and Gary Lucas I'
to their friends at the home of I Mrs. Raymond Kilgore enter- and family on Saturday.Mrs. are spending several days with!l I SUNNYLAND
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Parrish in Max tained Saturday evening from Fanny Griffis had as Sun- their uncle, Ralph Fraser in THE RIGHT POINT for the
ville. five until eight o'clock with a day dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville. i I uay you write. Come in and select -
Among those attending the party in honor of her daughter, Henry Griffis and family and Son- M-Sgt. Raymond Kilgore of I your favorite ESTEKBRO.OK
wedding were Mrs. Nathan Star-I Mary, who was celebrating her I ny Boy Griffis. She accompanied Eglin Air Force Base spent the I Fountain 1'en. TELEGRAPH. !


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NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I,j I her mother :Mrs.: Groover Thomas, I Luther Ililliard. ELK.']!-

BROOKER who has been ill. I ly. J.V.. Kelley.; James Ro.ioi., : J

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Witters On 10 Nominated ] (j. Rosier, Felix Sapp :ant \V.Sibley. ;:'

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1 IJ.ick To S< hoolj foimer president and Ozora Shell Birthday Parties j :Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas: Ton farmer h.ivo been nominat-!,i Conner and J. Q. Rosier.Huggins .
j, All old 1 and new students will supervisor <.f the Young People's Little Man la McRae celebrated I and family spent the day Sunday Jed to fill five positions on the I I' raid: the con.rnttee'very : \\ is ,

At The Tabernacle Presbyterian Church I return to srhool Tuesday. Sept j I Department of the High Springs i her third birthday Aug 20 with 1 with Mr. aiy Mrs. W. C. Conner Bradford County Agricultural careful to select I.) m.:. -,\ 1 h ; I

Teachers will beat ,I District. in Starke. I would serve the mll'I cst 01 bM I
4, at 8:30: a. m. Supervisor Shell addressed I Stabilization Conservation: Com
a lovely at her home
< SCarnell of Gainesville, a Friday Adult Choir Practice. party givenjby :'
all school centers to welcome the group on "The Call her mother. Mrs. MeI i j Mr. and Mrs. \\'oodroThomas mittee. County Agent George T. agriculture. I
; 8 Sunday School 9:45: a. m. I Benny ,
gue..t of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur: A. i Pili ; ; the pupils and enroll them for I Today." Sister Washington spoke Rae. She had a beautiful cake .' and family spent Tuesday at Day-1 Juggins announced this week. '
i :Morning Worship Service, "Mak- I
Scott! conducted the morning'; serv- I ing Good of Our Troubles" 11 a. this term. Parents are asked to.. on Missions.:: Mildred Aaron of i decorated in pink ar.j green and ,j tona Beach. I i Huggins said ballots will be f Two SentencedCounty

j.... using th* theme, "The Key to i bring the children that have not I Lincoln City spoke on educational inscribed "Happy Birthday: Marj Patricia Thomas spent last week 'mailed to all farmer Aug. 31 and
m.; Youth Fellowships, 6 m.
the Problem of Sin." Fred Sacherled p. ; enrolled before as the teacher work for the missionary depart j I cia." Outdoor i with Mr. and Mrs. Steve Vast at''marked ballots must be returned !i Judge T. A. Y.iwn recently -
games were played
service I \'ening'ors ip Service. "Keep- ment. The t i jI by Sept. 12 to the ASC office in'' sentenced ts' :nv. f'-
a spiritual song prior' will have to get some important meeting was very sill j ani ice cream and cake was j Ocala.
'ing Our Footing, 7:30 ra.: I ;I .
p. traffic
to, tne followed by vocal : information for the child's cessful. :Mrs.: B. Jenkins Starke. violations.Frank
message permanent was reelected |
j Tuesday, Board of Deacons, 7:30: ( served to the 27 guest who at- Mis Ruby Hayes anj son. W.I t
solo' by Mrs. E. L. Johns. Announcement record card which must be president. tended. :| H. :Mr. and :Mrs.: Warren ::Mizell Three regular and two alter- j Skinner was !u.\er.: $21
made the j p. m.; Wednesday, Prayer Meeting i : nate members will be elected to fine or 10 days for impope: ::1: I i-
was of : filed in the office of the principal. Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Eddie: Douglas. son of Mr. and :|: and family. Mr. and Mrs. G. WDavis .
week I 7:30 p. m.; Thursday, Junior the committee. The reueI.ing -' ler on his vehicle. Leu I. M lmcharged
held this person
spe ial services A birth certificate or some definite Church ReL.. and :Mr. and Mrs
Choir Practice. 3:30 McKay. pastor. Mrs. H. C. Douglas celebrated his :;: family, I
| : p. m. the highest number of with excess." epeo i
hv young evangelist John Corts, proof that the child >3 six und'hool led with .. Thomas Hamilton family and
was by Sup eighth birthday Friday a. and .
votes the chairman a $I fine and 77". .. ,' ,;; ,.
is automatically paid : (
also a trombonist and soloist, of! lv'rtvIIOME(0311N6 ClirRCII vears old or will be by Dec. 31. S.V.. Newman. The Y. P. C. L. party on the lawn of their home. !!! Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Harrell andI
the spiond will be vice -
St Petersburg at the Trinity of this year will be required of was conducted by Sister RececcaAllen. Outdoor games were played and I II I I daughter were at Salt Springs
| chairman the th.rd will be YOr'I.I. I.O\B the nJf'r: -
T5ibe! Chun h of Lake Butler.] Rev. all pupils entering; school for the' ): At 7:30: the sermon was Eddie received many nice gift !!: last week. ami tleguhir
brook fountain in
M. XL Erackman is pastor.rumen Everyone is cordially invited to first time.Parents. i I '! Mrs. Cassie Lauremore of St I member. pursc-si/c pens
I preached by p.eJeff Lre. His: :Mr.: and Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. Nominated for the position.; : aie pastel .hades.Ony! $2.58 at BradALVAREZ' .
attend the homecoming at the are urged to take allj i suhiprt was "Have Faith in God." and family spent the weekend i in :;: Petersburg, Mrs. I let bert Krouse

OK CHRIST : First Baptist Church in Lawtey | children to the clinic or family Prayer service was led by Brother.j lakeland with Mr. and Mrs. W ;;: of Brooklyn N. Y.. and Mrs. Her-

C. L. Oierturf Jr.. Minister I Sunday, Sept. 2. doctor for a complete check-up 1 Fuller Lee Jr. The spirit was:|I E. Bigham Sr. I II |I mon Hodges of Jacksonville were Men's Clothinff '

Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. I before allowing them to return high. A musical program was.j Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd \VoOct and \"istlnIrs.: Mattie Sowells Thurs Ii Eli! 11: STORE Established 1S91l Imj']j

Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening REUVALThe : to school. rendered by Elaine and others 1 son. Craig, and Mr. and Mrs.j day.Willa

Worship 7:30 p. m. I Airpark Missionary Baptist Buses will follow the same schedule which was enjoyed bv all. She i is j \ E. Bigham and family recently! :Mae Tetstone spent last

Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 I Church will stage a revival as last year. All transported the daughter of JV.. Prince of| spent several days with relatives week in Jacksonville with Mi . . .-. .

F m nightly Sept. :3 through Sept. 12, pupils will catch the bus at the Starke. Last SunJ.the pastor j Nashville: Ga. and Mrs. Ruey Tetstone. "
Radio program "Old Paths" I same stops. was at,)Ilcanopy all day but will Betty Jean Allen and Lonnie .
Pastor Lacy Conway announced Mr. and Mrs. James Uaulersonj : .
each Sunday 9 a. m. Station Adult Fdiicatitni I II N with us this Sunday. All members Tetstone spent last week with -
this week. and daughter of Clearmont are .
WDVH. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Tetstone in .
friends invited to
1 All veterang! and adults: asked and are .
The meetings will begin at :30 I are spending several days this wee

p. m. Rev. Merle Packham is to rome to R.IR; Tuesday Sept attend all of the services. The "I 1 with :Mr.: and Mrs. Richard Raul- Starke. .. Wins on flavor
I 'I Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Thomas
( .1'duh will at
meet Saturday:
the revivalist. I. at 7:30. for a very impoitanmeeting I erson and family and Mrs. Rachel: I : \\
GOTA I the home and Ancil Tetstone of Heilbronn:
of Sister Gladys nlrt'mc I
I lev. Conway said the publici concerning the prog-ram.1 Green.
: visitors welcome. Rev. I and Pearl Tetstone of Gainesville
i invited. According to Mr. L. H. Gibson are I :Mr.: and Mrs. A. I. Mann and ( Many flavors all flavorites!
I L. McKay. pastor. Gladys Ulye. were visiting :Mr.: anj Mrs.
the veterans must enroll immediately
SUMMER COLD family spent the weekend with]
I George Tetstone Sunday. "Super Sue" stand for
reporter. :
XE\V RIVER I if they plan to continue Mr. and :Mrs.: Alex Mann and Mr .

, JAKE IJA1TIST: CHURCH : their subsistence benefits. Principals XeuMt.. Vernon Methodist Lonnie Mann in Dundee. They cnj Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwards .. good food party quality foreveryday
? -r-1 I Church: Rev. L. C. Cohen. of Worthington Springs were the .
Anderson and Thompkins pastor jyed attending the Mann: reunionat ; '
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship -I I j dinner guests of Mrs. Alice Ed- !! enjoyment.
will of New .
hive River held regular service
| charge along with other the home of the Lonnie Mann .
ft Hour 11 a. m. Evening Service -|i, wards Thursday. ..
g g I tt-arhers in special areas such as!, all! day Sunday. At 10 a. m. on Sunday.

6 symptomaticRELIEF 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each I I! typing, sewing, cooking, music niurch School was led bv Supt. l I John Shaw of LaCrossee was i ::\lr. an Mrs. Dallas Brown and VOTE FOR . S S
Wednesday 7:30: m. Everyone I children of :Maitland: :Mr.: and
Mu I j I and art. B. J. Kelly At 11 a. m. the ser visiting the A. I. Mann family ....-
welcome. L. L. Parker, pastor. ; delivered bthe I Mrs. Kenneth: Russ and son of. '
mon was pastor week. IT'S GOOD
I j: Congratulations to Mr. Henry j jI i Melbourne. :Mrs. Wilson Russ and' c'Jtoe
V --- I! Brvant who has successfully ( who also administered the Holy;i Phil and Ernest Crosby of IT'S SUPERIOR
and Vernon Russ of Apopka |
pleted the high school 'om-I Pommunion. At 3 p. m. the i Gainesville are spending the week] sons
Earl Gordon and
:Mr. and :Mrs.
1 monts through adult school omrterlv conference was conducted -I with their grandparents: Mr. and
I family of I'alatka, and :Mr.: and e
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE i j will be awarded the high school ; by District Supt. Damon i: Mrs. E. B. Crosby. and daughter
Dell. He from the text :Mrs.: J. W. Dukes
preached : .
I diploma from the State Department j 1 E'and Mrs. L. L. Parker andI Ir.I'
of Lake Butler were
FLA. of Education, Tallahassee. "Let not your heart be troubled daughter. Glenda: enjoyed a won-
I and :Mrs.: Ernest Russ this week
I Teachers Transfer for I go to prepare a place for i I del ful vacation last week. While ;: ICES CREAMCones

i :Mrs.: Emma Crawford Burney, I ,'ou. so that where I am there you | away they visited in Wa.hington.I end. -

RE%'. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor teacher of third and fourth grade I i may be also." A round report was i D. C., Maryland and Virginia.I I, :Mrs.: visiting Roy Green Mr. and and:Mrs.: children John Cups Pints. Family V5 Gallons
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town at Lawtey for several years has],!. made by all leaders. All members I Margie: Whitehead of Pine Level Freeman and family in Gaines
| are asked:; to do their full duty awe with Juanita Stat
transferred to the Duval Sunday
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 County ,
ville Sunday.
annual conference
School system. She is being re approach our naker. j;! Tindall of Palatka
placed by :Mrs.: Rachel H. Donald I I and the close of this year's and Walter Stalnaker: Mrs. L. T.
Tommy 1' Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M.: 8:00 P.M.: who was third and fourth grade work. John Vacationist W. Kelly, reporter. II of Gainesville spent a few days ..'was'islting Green Tuesday.Mr. l lfS iltkiBUl ON 10t

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. teacher at RJE for the past year August last week with Wayne Stalnaker. and Mrs. H. L. Gatlin of!

and is also certified to teach home I On Friday Aug. 24. :Mrs.: Allie Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long and the day Sunday with '

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. economics. Mrs. L. S. Williams Mae Diggs Hamilton, her husband I I daughter, Martha, and Patricia Mr.Starke and spent Mrs. Claude Prescottand \ AMERICA'S GREATNESS

teacher of sixth grade at RJE Edwin, and children left for a :,I Edwards of the State Farm were :

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at family.
visit in Miami with relatives and Col-
has transferred to Jacksonville visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. B. i Mr. and :Mrs. :Ned Hicks ndI

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday. and will be replaced by Mrs. B. friends. They will spend ten days son Sunday. j!i. family Mr. and Mrs. William (|

J. Lennon. a former teacher of with her sister. Henrietta Chandler of
Mrs. Marie Thorne and sons I Dukes Jr. and family and Mrs. |

Thurston Elementary Lincoln City. of Richmond Heights, who has Green Cove Springs were visitingMr. L. Atkinson attended church \ America's greatness was

I American Legion Outing I just returned from Puerto Rico. and Mrs. G. B. Colson Thurs- j: services at Midway Church of

American Legion Post 314 of Little Deborah Ann Marshallwas day. !i Christ last week. i: wrought by the toil of humble

Don't Dilly-Dally! Let's Really Rally! Starke will have its annual Labor carried to Philadelphia bier
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kelley of. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Thomas of the
millions the axe pioneer -
I by
aunt Alma Jenkins. While ;
Day Picnic at Silver
I Springs. Ft. Walton and :Mr.: and Mrs. L.J I and daughter Betty Jean of Jacksonville :i '
ROUND UP SUNDAY members and friends invited there they visited points of interest '
are C. Kelley of Waldo were visiting were the guests Wednes- 4.,' the plough of the formerS ,
to attend. in New Jersey and the east. '
According to Commander Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelley last day of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Green.

Issac Kelly, two bus loads Joan and Bettie had an extended weekend. !! Judy Stokes of Gainesville waS | \%, the sledge of the worker, the

First Church of persons will be in attendance I visit in the city of Brotherly love Green ,
Baptist HamptonSermon Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harrison of the house guest of Beverly 7
and as many cars as necessaryto and returned" with their mother Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. last week. I blue-prints! of the employer -

transport all the members and ,! and "Debbie. and Mr. Mrs. R. H. Green and 'c ; ,
Mr. and
C. S. Kelley all laborers and I--e": !' of our
By Pastor Marvin Faile 11 A.M. uests. The bathing beauty con-I Gwendolyn Marshall is visiting j'I and Mrs. L. L. Dyal last weekend. family attended the family reunion -I

test will he held and and friends in Deland. I I
many other relatives
:Mrs. A. H. Hall and children at the late Dave HigginbotIham civilization.
"The Labor Problem"Gift features for your fun and enter- She is the eldest daughter of. of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. at the home of Mr. and :Mrs. i

tainment. The contest is for the Booker T. and Pauline Marshall. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal last week.I' D. J. Parrish in Maxville Sunday. Tomorrow's goal shculd be

To One In Each Class That Brings The Largest benefit of cripple children's home. New Bethel Baptist Church, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harris and
-4 Ruses[ will load at old RJE 8:30 Rev. A. Vinson. pastor. held regular were guestsof : and keener
family of Ft. Myers closer cooperation a
Number Of Visitors Mondiy morning Sept. 3. For additional services all day Sunday. Sunday :Mr.: and Mrs. J. C. Harrell Police Warning

information contact School was conducted by Deacon of mutual problems
any and Mis. Loca Waters last week awareness our
SPECIAL MUSIC IN EVERY SERVICE member of th<* American Legion. Julius Royal, assistant super- end. I I Issued As Thief

A small roundtrip fee will be intendent. Rev. George Lee delivered Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ray Harris and common destiny.

charged.The the morning sermon and Fifth TimeStaike
and family of Ft. Myers were Hits
women's auxiliary of Post talked on the subject "Watch;i guests of Mr. and :Mrs. J. C.I I
314 will at close friend." Little Reginald i-I
meet on Sunday 2 your Loca Waters
Harrell Mrs. this week
and officers
n. m. in room 9 of RJE accordingto B. McFadden was blessed by I! ;' police

AUTOMATIC WATER! : president Pauline Marshall. All! pastor Vinson ordination at the morning servicewill last Mrs.weekend.Wilson Russ and sons of' warned in motorists their cars against as the leavingkeys fifth I

members are asked to be present worship. The Apopka.t're the weekend guest automobile theft in a week waseported.
since business: of vital im- be held on Sunday for Rev. !

nortanee to he transacted. Mrs.: Lee at New Bethel. and of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hicks. STARKER!
George ( Connerly! FLORIDA BANK t
friends'are '' Mr. and Mrs. Fred The car of :Mrs.: Effie Alderman
"organ McNeil: reporter. all deacons. ministers and visiting '
LEVEL CONTROL and daughter of Miami were of Hampton was stolen August ,
attend this cere-
Teachers Greeted invited to i
to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harrell i 19 from where it was Member Florida National Group
the Ad- We glad to welcome
On TUf' dw. Aug. 28. mony. are j Church
last weekend. near the Baptist
visorv Committee of RIE met the reportial staff of the Bradford I
(saves up to 11% gallons) n-ith the teachers. They welcomed I County Telegraph Joan Jenins Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen and- It was found the next morning
boys enjoyed several days with the radiator still hot parked -
the old and new members of theti'tiltv who is the new reporter !
will at Lake Morris. in the driveway back of the i .
she get
,. '' and: gave then! eneouragmir -, this church. We hope ofthe Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and Postoffice. I

remarks. Professor A. O. Jenkins -, news from every department of Starke and week. four
Marcia Furlong During the previous
former principal of RJE enroiinged church each week and have
.. Alph Hazen of Orlando were other automobiles were stolen All
Qt6 them to do their bestfor to the editor not later than Monday .J
I Mrs. Aubrey Staike
visiting Mr. and were recovered in the vcinity. -:
the children of the as at 4 m. I ctL1A
county p.
: not been
Ha/en and family Sunday. but the thief has

r" fr4....", the world i is demanding strong Rev. W. M. Roberts of Daytona Flora Green and LaDora Bryant apprehended.Police .

..."".. f ; 'eidershin.C'luirrh! II I Beach and pastor of the St. of Gainesville were visiting Lucille theorize all thefts huv: It'"m1Y
t NVw* Church there. was .
James Hazen Thursday.Mr bfen by the same person Sin.ie I
Mt: Moriah Methodist Churrh.R a visitor at RJE school on Tuesday and :Mrs. J. H. Mitchell of thief apparl'ntl0'1.t !.. (Iii'

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Men's Day last unda\'. The prin- the teachers. He is .
met with W. ;
Z. -
and Mrs. t
guests of Mr. motorist) ; not i .t'l ...
ciTvil speakers included Princi-: running a revival for Rev. S. R. hue parll'o!
Hamilton. in I the vtrw
ml l C.: r. Anderson of Lawtey'Junior : Bright of Raiford. who is a member ..j..ting -
Mrs. Elma Hamilton was \
High School: Rev. Pooolle-, committee. Very
EL0 of the Mrs
Mrs. Ray Gallop and
\'nlt Dell Jr.. pastor of Trinity: ful and inspiring talks were helP-1 Truby ParrIsh in Santa Fe Mon

Methodist Church. St. Augustine: ; bv all the members. Prof.

iV.AVTAG nnd Rev. Tlvrd. pastor of St. Mark Jenkins who is chairman, emphasized -] day.Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. Hanv.lt! ,

P.aptist Church.: Middleburg. The the fact that we must | .. -
| were visting Mr. and Mrs. Lai'vouglas 1914,
co-chairmen Holland and Graham : all work together to make RJE in Lake Butler Saturday 'I. .41!: .

U: 7qe6i } wishes to thank all participants'at : the kind of school we can be I night. :
t J
made this day a great success. { proud of in our commnity. The I Ann and Jane Towers. daughters -,

i The total collection for the day I I'aq members of the Advisory Com- of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tow- Sgt and :MrToseph: B Bak-
AUTOMATIC. $2,3 U. according: a statement : Jenkins. Pendlei'm.! Orean-
\\ ; mittee are: Prof. A. O. spent two months with ::\11'and ken of Camp '

from Layleader Leona M. : Rev. S. R. Bright. Deacon Julius ers. Mrs. A. G. Wostel in Boston. sirte Calif announce the birth of La yw still Hive"HiaiCriak"mtjir.i :

Want to wath a small load without work, wait, and waste? Simply set Roval. Music was rendered by the Royal. Mr. Willie Pitman Mr. a son Joseph Bennie Eakken III.on .
the exclusive Maytag Automatic Water Level Control on LOW. No need the male' : Mass.[ The Wotels brought the the time for modern
Gospel Echoes and ; Henry Bryant. who recently graduated : Aug 13 Mrs Bakken is the Now is
to stand by.Water automatically shuts off"hen proper level is reac bed.1 girls home and enjoyed a two I ,
chorus of the church.Mt. from Adult High School by former Phoebe Green daughter of
Saves up to IHi gallons! weeks visit here with the Towers i!
A.M.E. Chureh.ev. classes. The committee :Nelson Green of Starke.
SAVES SUDS, TOO! In MAYTAG All Fabric Automatic, sudsy warm Pisgah attending night Bobby Thomas and Frankie 4:2 money-saving Safeco
E. L. Walker pastor. will is urging all parents to Bradford County Hospital announces -
water is retained while the nnse and spin cycle is completed. Then Towers spent two weeks at Camp
by simply pushing M lyt lg's SUDS RETVRN button it's returned for i hold regular services all day Suni -: cooperate with PTA groups and I I Crystal. Bobby served as a counI -' the following births:

re-use. Saves important money on suds and hot water. 1 i dav starting with Sunday School i: also to enroll in the adult school I at the Camp this year. Mr. and }1rs. Lowell Thomas You can sav important money, if you qualify 45 a safe driver

Own It For As Little As ,' at 9:30 a. m. Love feast will be1!I that will! begin on Tuesday. Sept. i I I Mrs. Ray Wilson of Jackson- Smith Sr. of Palatka, a son, Lowell with the streamlined SAFECO auto insurance. SAFECO combines

$2,50Per held in the morning and commun-, 4. at 7:30.: RJE high school. Thomas Smth Jr., Aug. 19.

Week. j ion during the evening worship I j 1 1I Junior Musician 1 nicely after a successful opera-: Mr. and Mrs. Key Miller Sar selected risks with the latest advances in underwntinr
-- --- j I hour. All members and frlenu31rt' i ii According to Charles Co\'ing-I tion at Brewster Hospital in Jack-I gent Jr. of Keystone Heights ason. renewals and accounting to cut insurance costs.

ONLY MAYTAG BRINGS YOU ALL THISl i :\ invited to worship with us. I ton, president, the Juniors Musicians :- !! sonville. She is the only daughter!I. Key Miller Sargent II Aug.

Cold w.ter t AutomaticS } Mrs. Mary Lee White. reporter. I Club will hold its first meet of the former Sally Randolph, now 20.
claims service
aid. .Twit-spud( Wiler Sudl Double Spin $afcl7lldrllISt i Allen Chapel! A.ME. Church. ingfor this term on of Tampa. Mr and Mrs. Morris J. Thompson Bttur protection too-full coverage, 24-hour

warn((1Iot, too OfIIIItOl) cle z:1;: Saver Tubs I Rev. P. J. Washington.. pastor. Ij I, Sept. 6. at the home Thursd.1Y'1 Henry Harding died after a of Maxville, a daughter. Aug. coast-to-coast, and representation by your own independent insurance .

j)1 will hold regular services on Sunday visor Supervisor Shell corner of long illness. He was a member of:' I.>.t... agent Get the facts now on SAFECO

B@.fl1JJl I starting with Sunday School Oak and North Sts.. at 3:15 p. m.\ Calvary Baptist Church, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Harris of i1'l5uIafle.c .
the modem money-saving auto
!I at 9:30: a. m. Supt Homer \VilI 'I All members and those wishing I II Crum pastor. Hughes-Chestnut is Maxville! a daughter Aug. 21.

S And ntny othir tlmt- and wort uvlnf futures 'I'I' llama in charge. Love feast will I to join are asked to be present. in charge of the funeral arrange 1. ,.

he held at 11 a. m. Levy Ramar I I Willetta Betty Wysinger reporter. i ments. CARD OF TIIAVKS .

Lennon Jr. will be baptized. At, I Services were good at the FirstBorn To all the people of Starke the
Exclusive D alert H. C. %M
Bradford County's
Maytag 7-30 p. m. Holy Communion will:. Shut Ins"Pop" I I Church on Sunday. There Northside Baptist Church and the : SAUC0 Agency

be administered bv the pastor. Pullum is still confined will be a baptism Sunday. On Southside Baptist Church of Heil

t GAY'S HOME APPLIANCES The North Florida Conference to his 1ed i on Brownlee Street. I I II Sept. 9. the Singing Wonders of bronn we wish to express our sincere -[ a Phone: 14S

Branch Missionary Society of the I All friends are asked to visit and Jacksonville will appear in song appreciation for all the won- |

1#> Phone 10 Starke, Fla. Eleventh Episcopal District met I extend words of sympathy and recital at 3:30 p. m and 8 p. inCome derful things which they have A 200 E. CaD Street
r at Greater Bethel Live Oak. on cheer to his devoted wife. SisterN. on out to the First Born done for us since our house was

"It's Service After the Sale That Counts -- Aug. 23-24. Starke representatives : L Pullum. .' Church Everyone welcome. W i I destroyed by fire. : Starke Fla.

p included Mrs. N E. Washington. Gail Randolph getting along!I Strong. reporter Mr. and Mrs R. M. Markham .:: rrr

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On Tuesday For I A }handful of peisnns spcn'isvpi.il At County BoardIn III Sam McflarveyTook I '... .. 0", ,' .1 11 \\ ,., .. : .- 'j', ,. .;, \ .

the water lurng -
I hnurs in ... "i. ------ -- -- ----
... ....'". v- .
the ift-overy{ operation I P'ti- an insertion Up throughI J Jr.i --' "
1 t" Il'alngwert'' about 2:; persnii.I .- IIIIII I ter Shi Smith's pastures look-1:

Bradford Pupils I IUSIlig'l..t'n boats. many trans- Resignation ...... \\'n: :at h's co-.vs. anj they look ; ,"t. E

ported to Crosby Lake solely for ... ii'ijihty good he said. His big SPECIALS !
Continued from 1'age One)
(Continued from Page: One) the seaich. ( .1.. hull., Dig Jim. a fine Hereford. ; .

rooms. A full day is scheduled for Sheriff ThuiiUx All denied by Sheriff Reddish. ...... looks, like a very gentle beast. ::.. AUGUST21THRUSEPTEMBER6
bit Foster said Jim killed .
the students in the county Tues- ,, Sheriff Reddish. who was on ] The County Commission asked IIIIII a I J.oI _

the scene during most of the I Cov. LeRoy Collins to make a IIIIII \"Im er bull. so guess he can be )
day. IIIIII mighty; rough ten he wants to
the sheriffs office
audit of
search said he wished to thank I i special ..
Students this year will be requ.ttd Then. few days later four of the be (Big Jimnot Foster Shi I. 1' .. LADIES'
a '-
those who aided in the I r #
the school all of S.i --" '. r r.i'.o: : 1 U-t week :
; to remain on 4)1 C
commissioners virtually reversed '
five f.\
not be, search effort. lie particularly ex-, witn jj'i-it; hg i'r.i iir.ils: grounds at all times and the decision by writing the I Pam has lost the battle with -I fr<
town I p.e sed appieciation to Mr. and When ue .isked h-iw come they ,: ; POLOS
around t
allov.-ed to roam usedas governor there would not be "any : the grass around the house It : ..t .
said. lIe :Mis Paulk. whose home was were .*<> big we were told it was' .i,
during lunch hour Payne virtue in the special audit." grows too fast ana the wenth.iis
a base of operations.The because the branding had been ,
stated that those who live in This reversal obviously kicked too hot, so guess Sam IIi F r .
lunch drowned youth was born done on "an increase of the I I !': 1 hI tualil} ,
Stat ke can go home for cff Knight's reF gnation.Knight's I I just be a lazy scoundrel and war. j '
'. .
woiked out Charles Franklin Rowe in Lawtey moon. We hear the most dog- :iM.imitBAMBOO .
and a system will be I makes ; for the grass to slow down before .
12 1910. His father isPercy resignation goned things! i: .
areas to on Aug. 'L
for those horn these points: he nips it off again. V./t
and 0 :
is brought A. Rowe of Lawtey / _
go shopping if a note Dix-ontiniH-d Kcutal I 00 I
Mrs. Jewell Lunsford When we looked our
his mother skeptical ;
from home. \i 1) The County Commission on Enjoyed the Democratic Convention C
Starke. informant added: "That's right. j : -
Restrictions on.the use of auto- Rowe of June 2. 1952; discontinued the but got a little worried: I

mut.les by students will also be llth r.nulc Student regular rental of an impounding And if you dig a fence post hole': when we heard that a man by I .I.It. PLACE MATS -
He would have been in the 11th on an increase of the moon you'llInever .
put into effect this year. Morgan truck and instructed the sheriff the name of Finnegan is goingtll .:
be able to fill it And
the school up. !
said. grade during upcoming "to secure necessary transportation be a big shot in the campaign.CouLj _
that ends our tall tales this'week. j( Bright Colors
session at Cradfoid High. lIe wasa if and when needed." for ; be all right but if he is ,
Xt.I.l1l1dl SjstcniA I of the Church of Gad i ". l--t.t.lo Size; 12\1s
member \ .4
school that the any; kin to our water pump Finne
new system of buying 21| Since time. countyhad I ,.,. ,
Funeral services were held .
: then Adlai and Estes bettor
this total of in gan.
lunches will be instituted paid a $3.400 $100
At last we've !
said. The studentswill Thursday (Aug. 301 I in the De- monthly installments to "various seen some -'1I go out and hire themselves a new
yc.ii. Payne 1 Witt C. Jones Chapel with Rev.L. bushes here in Bradford' Men Athletic
lunch tickets from their for truck rental. I I man.
!! buy persons.
S. Williams officiating. Interment County. they are good deal small- j farmer \\ C. Ward d t Jo. Itl.I. .\ -
at the beginning of the 31) During the years from 1932; i 0/ C
was in Crosty Lake Ceme- er than those we were used to up!I Hear the Dill Wall's lately of I I...... llmav. ana ..11<1"U a 10- "
school day and will turn these in to 1955: the "various persons" did S SHIRTS I S
tery. north. Dut we can't say that : have of fDl 4 t..!ticn> stalk, one of rn.ill)
for the lunches. This will enable not secure a "for hire" license tag about blueberries down here because Lawtey. a new whopper
tall ones mi his h\"-:11'1'1'
th.- lunch room operatcrs to plan Besides his parents he is survived for a truck. In fact. the only 'I a son Stephen Hoffman who tips grouu

their meals more efficiently and by three sisters. Marline truck acquired was a Ford pickup here you have to get a'i the scale at better than nine tobacco (dot. 1 ht' plant ):1'1't I rum I Regular ::1le!>
stepladder to be able to reach .
cut down confusion he said. Rowe Rita Ann Rowe. and Mrs. hich was issued a private license up. pounds. Congratulations! :i sickh Ix-giiming, since drought 1st (JualilyLM.iniit
for them.
j and. iiiiul forcedunl to resetplants
Freda Hardenbrook; and three in 1955. :
Nolin said he is expecting the i' icr. Crediteditli Hit'
brothel:'. Carlo Rowe Cecil Rowe 4) No livestock was impounded Was shown some "gopher ba-
elementary school to have "the Still having trouble with screw- unusual with good
and Tiubv Rowe.Penalties. during most of the months that nanas" this week and also some )groutli.
best lie said the school worms in one of calves. ferti-
year yet. quality Jield. uas excellent
the county was paying $100 forthis ThisI, "rabbit tobacco. The gopher bananas CHILDREN'SPOLOS
has moie instructional material is one of the worst we've1 I
service.ltefunl. cases are oblong green pods hung practice aliout I 1.11)0) ) poundsan

now. including audio-visual aidsanl Drawn Possible ever had to treat and we're using -' which are perhaps an inch long. : air,'. Yield from the
has one of the best-equipped the newest stuff which is :
supposed 2.000 pounds MT acre
Knight's contention was that and about half an inch thick |
playgrounds in the area. not only to kill the worms
only a special audit could developthe They were used as ammunition ly
On opening day. Noun said.itsL hut to keep the flies from laying :
11 In Starke facts and the county could boys as follows: take a gallbonvshoot
will By more in the wound. I Short Sleeve
of the students be placedon well be entitled to a refund. any eggs and sharpen the end: push

the doors of the rooms they I :3ic Value
But. indicated Knight. he learned the gopher banana down on the

are assigned to and other lists a majority of the Commissioners Lot of fussing going on in end and then with a sudden motion

will be given to teachers and Court On Monday knew of the overpayments and many of the farm homes around fling the end of the stick at

mothers who are helping. If the this led to his resignation.A this section of the county. The the target. The g. b. sails throughthe = OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTH 5 INFANTSLIPS

pupil has enrolled and cannot Courthouse official who declined fuss is over whether to plant bcr-j air and is reported at onetime

find his name from these sources Fines and forfeituies: yielded identification said the crux rica of not. If the wife wants to I to have killed a chicken. Soil Conservation

Nolin added he should go to the $320 in City Court Monday as of the issue was that the County plant some the husband says i I *

Mayor W. T. Jackson disposed of "No, let's not with them NEWSBy
school office. Commission had informally agreedon anymore | We've smoked lots of things

Registration Procedure | 11 cases. the $100 monthly payments to and if the husband wants! but this rabbit tobacco is Bill Haas S Irrejr. of 29c

"Pupils who have not enrolled One of the cases was against 'help out" Sheriff ReddirJi in to plant the wife says. No. Looks a new1 I S Several StyleS

Renjaiuin who like the fever is spreading one on us. We are told that you
Starling was keeping a deputy on his staff. berry '
should go to the tatle where their The folks that 3-Limit
grade is registering and ask one I charged with indecent exposure Truck rental payments since around though. I take some of the lower leaves represented
i Bradford
and forfeited $100 bond. Police 000 which have died and County at the 11th annual
Of the mothers to fill out the enrollment February of 1953 have been to J. are dry I:

form, Nolin said, and: said the incident occurred while W. Barden and Fate Brown both Now we're trying something crumble them up and smoke them meeting of the Florida Association

then go to the office for room assignment. Starling was sitting in a car deputies to Reddish.As else to get rid of Leo's fleas. Got just like tobacco. Could it be that i' of Soil Conservation Pllonet

." parked on Call St. near Koch's something of a parting shot ''a new dust and it contains some after smoking it, you go off District Supervisors in Orlandc

I Drug Store. Knight told the county he had not parathion, and so far it seems to jumping and hopping around like I' were Foster Shi Smith Zedn
announced that the
price i Mayor Jackson severely lectured collected about $9,500 in fees to woik but we wouldn't advise any- a ratbit? We'll let you know Hamilton. George Huggms. Leor
of lunches hasbeen increase from I
Caiter and Bill
:20! to 25 cents.% | Arthur B. P tray. who pleaded which he was entitled as county one to try it without checkingwith I when we hear of someone else Haas.
"We feel that this increase isnecess.try guilty to running a stop sign and prosecuting attorney. He said the Dr Mullins first. trying It. not us! i It was the test and largest t at

reckless driving. Jackson, who fees amount to about 1,500 an- tended meeting in the history of
if we are to continue.
serving wholesome, adequate and levied a $25 fine or 30-day: license nually.He Increased Cells Schaefer ReEnlistsIn the association. The leading tOPI

nourishing meals" he said. suspension noted that Patray had suggested the Commission Local Guard Unit of discussion was the ogress
specify the next prowcuting at- of the Florida Water Resource
He said that pupils not planningto previously warned for traffic

buy lunch should bring a sack- offenses ana warned him the torney not collect the fees. Seen For Newest SFC Charles James Schaefer Study Commision given by

ed lunch since no pupils will be allowed Court had authority for a year's who has been a member of the Byron E. Herlong chairman.

to leave the grounds unless license revocation. Two Moonshining/ i Starke National Guard since 19..0: Leesburg and Dr. David B Smith.

they live "very near" the school i\ A plea of guilty also was enteri 1 re-enlisted this month for another director Gainesville. This commission I

and go home for lunch. i (. by Aaron Stafford who was Vehicles SoughtBy Prison Building i three-year hitch. 'Ii is studying the man

And so about 3,000 young people -' charged with public intoxication. i! Sgt. Schaefer seived in the water problems we have in t Instate Sellft Rent It Trade It

will open their eyes Tuesday! He was sentenced to five days or City OfficersThe A 150-cell maximum security Navy for almost four years be- the next and will present for them at

moi ning and be hit by the realiza-' $25.Those building the State Prison may| fore joining the National Guard. I IHe Legislature action.

tion that their summer's fun is forfeiting bond included : has a total of 11 years military ---
Starke has startedthe be possible with the $250.000 ap- for soil
over and they have to trek to Othnic Hires running red light City of service. |i' Request surveys were 11 A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow
process of legally confiscating propriation provided by the Leg | received from Paul Menzen and
school for another nine monttjs. $10 Joe Otis Williams
; Negro, I Lt. Joseph G.'oo4.. the
islature. compai i i
two automobiles seized by Troy Bennett. Paul used the DIstrict -

I fighting $23; ; George Brown, Negro city police while transporting Original plans provided for aj i ny's public information officer, fertilizer spreader to put

Lions At Lawtey public intoxication. $25; Vio- moonshine. 100-cell. tuilding financed by $90.- j said the local unit was declaredIn Ammonium Nitrate on his field Rates Good Results Easy To Placeo

let Coikey running red light, $10; ,' One of the cars is a clean 19o2I : ,, 000 provided by the Legislature i i -good shape" following inspec- of Coastal Bermuda. He has been .

Start Work Upon I Alfonso Chandler fighting. $25; four-door Buick. which Mayor W. .', last year. The building; cost was ,' tion Aug 27 by Lt. Col. RobertV. I making hay from this field and WORDS OR LESS OXE INSERTION 60e

Alford Hudson drunken I Link battalion EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2e
driving T. Jackson hopes to press into use low because of plans to use prison'I commander. states that he is getting good

Mart RenovationThe $50: Dorothy Albracht speeding, as an extra police cruiser. The I I labor, although construction I i i results with heavy applications 23* AUDITION'AL FOR BLI.ND ADS OR ADS SOT PAID IX: ADVANCE:
$25.: ,' Dloi III NT Of I* ft'H: rHXT: U'\o' TU.. OK ,""HI'; IisI'itiiut
vehicle is registered in the name would take considerable time. !; Of fertilizer. Troy used the Dis-'

I' of John L. Henderson of Whitei -i I II| But following a prisoner up- Unique Pressure 1 trict's seeder cultipacker to plant r.MSINKT: and carpenter Work }'(llt !SALE-Kenmore: Automatic
Lawtey Lions began construction Small new and repair jobs accepted. i'urtable Washer. Inquire MrNelson -
last Saturday on a new Daily School Walks i hoiiVe. rising in May, the LegislatureI j Pensacola Bahia grass seed. Troy i ii I II Joe c. Kicks, lit. 1, Box : Green's Rt. 2. B'.* ij.Marke. .

<' The other vehicle is a 1946,i I this summer provided $160,000 i is planting some of his fields to'' 2, :-.\. Starke._2tp9/2: ::! i n,,
meeting hour, using the old Decreed For PupilsIn '' i I e-
market platform as a frame for .: Ford. Its owner is listed as Joseph 'more, primarily for hurrying upi I II Irrigation Unit i j grass which is one of the best FOR IlKNT-Tlnse in desirable two FOR KENT-Small thr.." r.mrr.

': Saratoga HeightsChildren P.oyette of St. Petersburg. If construction by employing a con-- ways to build up the soil and I bedroom apartment. Reasonable.Adults apartment, all furnished private"
the structure. I 12S::! '
only Mr.- Jue Hoover bath and entrance. :.Ni.i e tin,
Lion members armed with I I the city acquires possession City tractor. clear it of a lot of disease trou :\;. Church St._2tp8/Jl couple or one person. 6u: l-afa.

hammers arrived early in the in Saratoga Heights! Clerk Carl Johns said he did not But the extra money also may Found Successful !! bles. WANTED TO- BUY in Starke- or-- cite 4t.APARTMENT. _ii'I'

day and under the guidance of experienced will be walking to the Starke' know how it would be used. make possible the addition of 50'' I vicinity 2 or 3 bedroom house on FOR RENT-; -Furri-
carpenters in the organization -I school this year the School Board City Attorney Arch Thomas more cells. Prison Supt. DeWitt Charlie Gaskins turned a field i large lot. Write :J.tp.:- _8/311 I Uhed five room and atti $: .
Keystone Highway 1 mile CitJuiiits.
progress was made on decided Monday. i Jr., who started the confiscation :; Sinclair said the exact number, Only installation of its type in of Pensacola Bahia to.get it ready I.AKKVIKW PEACH and Cottages..1 Newton Tli<,rn.-laml.21|>:

framing in the walls. Supt. Harmon P. Morgan explained -' proceedings was first informed: depends on the cost of enlarging i' Bradford County. the "volume1' to plant to crops. We were sitting j: I.Housekeeping)' month "r season collages, from for Sept.rent Wanted-Eight acres dry Alal.xn.i

Some of the farmer members of the youngsters had access the Buick had a $634 lien against. power. water heating and similar Run": irrigation system owned by on Charlie's front porch discuss- 4 to Jun. I. i'ill Huliart 5-2552! fmwder J'eat lurked mi >I.-

the Lions Club were preventedfrom to school last year only by it. This means the lienholder had services. I I X. G. Hayes and his sons, W. H. ing the turning of a grass sod ..r write Mr.A I. Kahr. Box I Never been pic-keii nvt-r i'at .\
til.; :;. Kartell.n. Kl.i 4tp9.7 .Miller, phone 4S4-J, Uulti.Lm.t. '
; |
attending the building bee, walking toward town via State first claim to the vehicle. |' The star-shaped building will E. H., and N. G. Jr., is also one when Charlie remarked, "turningthat ,' if.)

when they were caught on a slow Road 10ft. It was a dangerous>. Since then Thomas learned the have five wings. The late.st pro- of the largest in this area. i sod was sure a rough job! out KUIIOS ir.vni KKI'tlKKIIi *\\ivr.nsnv: %W.TIIlLad for taleand (;utI
moving market. situation so he ordered buses to lien has been paid and he started posal is to add 10 extra cells to Resembling a fire fighting outfit but I believe it helped my land." I i \ >lakr Iii Model I tain work. Apply ai i.i-.u,

Recently the Lions Club leased overload by picking up the chil- confiscation proceedings. each xving. The building which will the huge nozzle directs a fTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTTTTTTTBIG !I HenMioahlr< III*.i haricen('. Mir.PIIKHIi'TII.T Jlu..I..pdI ;: _Lawtey._ _ _ ]

the platform from the city of he located in the Bradford County single one and five-eights inch \\ r.aM.M.rkr_r''. :::111 FOE KENT-Furnished ("ur n..i,

Lawtey. The organization plansto dren.This year however a street portion of the prison. will be fin- stream of water over a circle 410 DAD ,' -Foil-\I.t-X.'w: < x-< x 16 -con- I apartment with infant.to adult Private',r,'u'r cuuii.-..:,< <

build meeting rooms with has been cut through which enables Gridders Slated ished In six or eight months. feet in diameter at the rate of 550 crete bI..k IS.- iVnient $1.:;', per Urge patio with feme- in Lia> 1I \.
kitchen facilities, and later to HAPPENINGS&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA bag Mortar Mix, $1 30 per bag. | I'honil.J. :OJ\)-\\ oil -
students to trek without gallons per minute or over ten ('i.. phi>n.- I I', :0t...,
Rradford Engineering _ _ _ _ _ _
build a skating rink for use of serious traffic interference. Ho Sales Tax Revenues 53-gallon drums of water every ,., 44 5tark.. _ _ _tf .
I FOR fiE\T-'ottag. i .on -. i .
teenagera said the distance from the far For Combat Gear 60 seconds. WAITKESSVNTinC.ill: 9116-J. nished. P.-tllgt'ral.r M, ..s.

Years ago the platform was edge of Saratoga Heights to the Show July Increase Source of water for the Hayes An air of gloom prevailed liA; _'; _T"p._ [ ._lflJiS lights, water. Adult |>r-t. i :. used extensively for shipping throughout the factory Thursdaywhen 1 $3: ;' mu. Kingsley Lake.. Kiag -
,, school was one mile. irrigation system located on I WHEN. IN NEED OF ley Court, Box 32U.: :lip l J .
strawberries and other produce. Bradford County sales tax collections the girls learned of the
The Board agreed the youngsters During Practice Worthington Springs road a few .
: almost workers LANDSCAPINGFILL WANTED-Sales Lady w.di ii.| : -
death of of fellow
in July jumped one our -
should walk on the theory miles from Brooker. is a 12-inch leg.. c. Apply Ct/ur) l-lal.ij .-.r! I

W. C. T. U. : the Board can't afford to transport S2.000 above collections in July of well which is abut 330 feet deep. Mrs. Ruby Atkins. The shirt DIRTor 1' wich Shop.: _ j .:
19:;>ri. the State Comptrollers office unit did not work Friday. so that
take children who walk 15! action II! Highs football squad Power for the system is furnished WANTED White or Coloi.J: "i

"Till: L'SE OF ALCOHOL similar distances will' kniu! kle down to practice reported this week. i| by a CM 205-hp diesel engine. those who wanted to might attend DISKINGW. i Sr.for two ihildi-n .it1-,, -".
and 1''a 's bile! mother iti li, p.t.i.
DULLS THE mn.t.uSY undei combat conditions Mondayas Collections his July totaled The pump is a 12" turbine.N. | the funeral. Mrs. Atkins left L. THIGI'EN, JR. Iiiiiuire bl'4 :\. Chunh .->' .-.-.: !,.

ATHLETE: MHO INDULGES; IS in full uni- to $7S49 last behind a husband and eight children Alton ltd. ..
Soil Agent Assumes it bogins workouts $9,556 as compared G. Hayes Jr. said that a Kt. 2 Box 215-1) -
HURTING HIMSELF: PHYSICALLY I ranging in ages from 2 to
form year. study of operating costs swung 1'IIO.NE 297-J IIOMK STIIIV>! Tln ( TH)\
AMI IS ItEIMi t'\m New Duties In Clay The lads will be initiated into Comptroller\ Ray K. Green said them over to diesel 16 years. Ha. lltKIKK ill hitmr fur buukkrrpiojcand
power. Starke .
Seed fur frrr 10.urm.II.
I I MrrouatlDi -
in the unit
TO HIS n\'I. drill with all of the pigskin equipment |i the sales tax shows an overall ; "We The girls pants : I .... Free plarrmeiit srnic,.
(Ill'D \\ II.KIXSOV, DIRECTOR Foil Conservationist William S. sessions state-wide increase a sign of i can operate on from !R to surprised their forelady Estei S.I-J >i %<>...a in !M>KVS < uI.i.ta.Iian.; ; '.
in two practice <-rsK( Tinn.ri: P.I: !
10 gallons of fuel hour. and H ...
an it ii. Mud l>rplN5: :
OF ATHLETICS. UNIVERSITY Haas will direct the Soil Conservation Monday. Coach Lennarj Registersaid Florida's continued growth and Starling on her birthday Friday. ];' I.. Oil "X St f'lt.r and ArtWins !SfF I'. O. ties I.-K7 ) Jai, Ma.
costs only 15. \ cents a gallon, ,, beauti- :ap R::
baked most
OF OKLAHOMA. Service Dolly Pace a
) program in both this week. < the hike in summer tourist. j
CIaan,1 Bradford counties. After the twin sessions on La- State-wide tax collections in ful birthday cake. ('R KENT rnfurni.-hed 2bedroom MAKING $75.00 TO $|imou I, \\ KKKLV :

Haas has been Bradford Countysoil July amounted to $7.149,604 com-!'| Everything is "kingsized"about hut-. de-.iral.le location on WMadison OPERATING Yl ii i I R 'iWN
the boys will through ,
bor Day. go SI. A.
St. Contact Payne
conservationist since 1933. He afternoon from pal ed with .935,009 in July ofi;I this system. For instance. August. 21. m s (:ienn :-1.' Phone 41SW.Ztchg. FORD-I'XIOX WATKINS P.CSINESS.'orXTIES"IX I'.I'.AI-Hoi:
paces every ('\I.L rou miSealed ) ,
the main line
is 8/31
FRIGIDAIRE 8-inch while
will maintain his office in Starke pipe PARTICULARS: WRITE TilE .1. R.
5:30. The squads have 1955.: i;', Bids will be received lv
3:30: to the laterals \\'ATIII"U: S53! XV i'tAf'lI-
although he will become consen'atlOnlt are 6-inch. There isover the City Council of the City of
been practicing in light gear for i Start? at the (-ity Hall in Starke, FOR IttST-'lo i in, desirable one 1 P.IT.: X. E. ATLANTA, GA ,
half mile
TilE BEST-KNOWN for the Clay Soil Conservation about three weeks but confer- County School Board j a of pipe. : Florida until !S-00 o'clock P.M. oa and two bedroom apartments.Reasonable |i 41, tg i ti, .' .
District. I I The engine delivers a Tuesday. September H, A.D.. 195R; Mr. and Mrs.V. H. i
NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION ence rules prohibits use of full pressure which time and place all btdreceived Nollman. 225 W. .Madison. tfcbg FOR SALt-Lik. nw It" AMI'
Haas graduated from the University 1. Picks Nine TeachersNine :I of 135 Ibs. at the pump and about at will be publicly opened and 1 Hollup ARC W..ldtr with, HO ft
until after Sept.
of Florida in 1919 with abal"ht'lor's equipment I S5 Ibs. at the volume gun. Two read aloud, on the following?: 2PAID ON SAVINGS KEYSTONE : of lead cable good used < raftman. -
RANGESWATER "We have quite a bit of hard received 7.500 to 10,000 Lbs. of Chlorin ; STATE P.AXIIEY: : Phone 501-W or write Box:
I degree in foils. He work ahead before we are ready teachers formally -. guns: may be used at one time. and in 150-Lb. Cylinders. 12 Months STONE HEIGHTS. FLA., )IE ;7.?. .Starke.FOR 4tp- ::1, 5

HEATERS worked as an assistant soil appointments from the Bradford j the owners have experimented supply, delivered to Surke, Fla. BER KDIC. i i 1 RENT-Cottage five ;::;
AIR CONDITIONERS for our first game Registersaid. The said City reserves the rightto
scientist in the Ocala area then School Board Monday. with using three. 'I furnished, complete bath and nriulatme -
The first contest of the 10- aceptor reject any: or all bids. WE P.l'Y AND SELL USED FURfc -'I heater on KinzslevLak
WASHERS & DRYERSGet was transferred to Jacksonville as schedule will be a home Those appointed for Bradford I Using the system. they can CITY OF STAUKK. FLORIDABy NITt'RE. Elrod Furniture Co.. !: .-. -"onta..t: Mr.J|. c. Uen;-"

soil scientist doing soil survey game High were June R Brasg-alla,1 wet down 12 acres in a day witha Carl John. City Clerk. \ I'hone 4:. tfchg at cottace 2cttgs, '
ii- 8/31: 2t 9 14 I
The For Less work in northeast Florida counties. game against Macclenny on Sept. Bill E. Costello. Cliff McGriff, minimum amount of moving the' _
AtSmith's 15. j Lucius \V. Duncan Emmiline|. layout. I 1VOTICK Court 10, Bradford APPEARClirill Co..t7 E Steele. F'J. 1. Box 173-B. Grif- i Friendly Norge Dealer. Good
: Register said that several of. Streamas, ana Henry Williams "That is one of the things J.PInba' I'. ('b-.rv fis Loop. Starke. 4tp 8/21 I Used Refrigerator", i h..ap.'I'' "

Highway 301 Traffic the boys who came out for the '! Jr. which made us choose this tvteof > Mary Hamilton Weyant Plaintiff.vs. Servo >- All Makes Appliances.!
John J. Weyant. Defendant. 21 INCH TELEVISION console 110 tfcbg
Gara2eFRIGIDAIRE ';Reaches 6,000 DailyOver squad have dropped out. cutting I Appointed to Starke elementary: system." E. H. Hayes said. "We ; Case No. 10-1760 down at bahmer's. tfchg ?
FOR SALE-Movie-Mits 16
I the number of players from 4? were Mary E. Haines and Anita ,I haj tried the type that uses a 1 Kctlrr T. A.p..iTo I complete with sound mm projector and-
John J. Weyant whose residence FOR SALE-Duncan Phyfe Sofa. 1
6.000 vehicles a day are to aboutto.. I B. Baker. Gloria Chandler was number of sprinklers but we and address is. 3297 Argonne Good condition 130. Phone carrying casP. Call 433. 2tp 9/7 .

Sales and ServiceWe I using U. S. 301 south of Starke. j The roach reported that the appointed to RJE. found they often got stopped up I Street You, End are well.hereby New notified York. that a.i iI 1 207-W. Itp I FOR SALE-Bath Room Sets ,

the State Road Department reported problem of transportation: fo'J and then there was the labor involved suit for divorce I II Complete Three Pieces 113500

Service All Makta .( I this week. '' boys from outlying towns has! been set up for club members to in frequently moving the i above has been named fled} Court against an
Electrical Appliances, I The traffic for July, recorded been almost "o'ved bv ,assistance; i: furnish cars to take the players pipe." |'You, are required to ser a copy ot .I gold .Hamilton. Can be seen at I l'anlllInlr! SUo per thousand I
I Igu'nlatnt I i O.V. White. Sr. home, 431 North QUigley & Davis.
by an automatic counter about 10 the Club" home after afternoons of prac The Hayeses using their your answer or pleading to toe. Lake sell. ItchgKIKCSLEY
606 N Temple Ate.PHONE ,. from "Big Brother !; were nn th. PI.i"U" '. Atn'-n. St. Priced to m lip
- \ miles south of Starke show an average 'I formed recently. aid the Bradford tice. A car is still needed to trans-I system last week wetting downa Ralph Robert. 50! Profesfrial! LAKE-TWO: bedroom

-:11' daily traffic I to the Keystone Heights : Building. Jacksonville 2, Flor.di! BAirT SITTER for 19 month old furnished house $55 ,
120 .olume of athletic port boys field for planting fall crops. per mo till
program i :land file the original In the office boy 1 to 11 pm Inquire 413 8.I Gas and electricity!
I 6,125:! vehicles. Register said a program has ,I i area he said. such as squash cukes and beans. 'er the Clerk of the Circuit Court onI I Thompson: before :2 p in. lIp MH'S ZIp /B Call

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Best Clothing At Moderate PricesIs Denmark Suggests :I Gem Jewelry Offers The Public : Bullington Suggest Air Conditioned Garden Restaurant i I

Policy Followed By Barksdale'sAre Quiet Study Nook Quality Watch\ Repair, Jewelry New Style Pen For And Guidon Grill Serve the Family I II

you looking to get value, and Story Book shoes. MacGregor For Student UseBelieve "How nice it is to see the boys I "You will be surprised how easyit Use By StudentsThe i ;e'"! ip i Kop 'loii..i n.s. the >;eni.tl I 1"111."r.'I,! Both <>! IIN r--
from every last penny of your I sportswear. Fruit of the Loom I and girls getting ready for another is to own one of our fine watches proprietor! of the new GARDEN alli ants hay built up < iivublc
clothing dollar? Where else then i: underwear and hose, and many II I successful school term," said I ," says Mrs. Simpson. "Prices'I RESTAURANT and the long reputations for good food hospitality -

should you shop but BARKS-i!I I many others. I II |! it or not, vacation days' Mrs. Becky Simpson of GEM start as low as $1995. and we are student in your home deserves popular GUIDON GRILL is truly; cleanliness courteous waitresses -
JEWELRY in discussing the always gla to make terms to proud of his friends and custom- '
DALE'S still Starke's finest i As a back-to-school special] are almost over, and now is the I the best And that's why aim reasonable pn..sOne
clothing store for the entire family -, BARKSDALE is featuring sen'-, time for parents of school age opening of school next week. "AndI suit the convenience of our customers BULLINGTON STUDIO & GIFT ers. and he has good reason to very popular feat use at
children take this opportunity to extend Our watches are the choice be, for hundreds of them eat with' the GARDEN is the
iceable dungarees for boys and to be thinking about ways i SHOP on Call St. is offering private Aiming -
In times like these, when the! girls as little as $1.50, and shirts|' and means to make the approach-I my best wishes to everyone con- of students. See our window. dis- ,, Sheaffer's new cartridge pen for him every day home folks and' room. which i is filling a need!

high cost of living makes every to go with them for only $1.-19.1' ing school term one that will bei! cerned." play and be convinced that Quality $2 95. tourists alike. t long felt in Starke. It u-, ;:1\ ,II-!

penny count, the buying public Truly there is nothing more serviceable -:> pleasant and profitable for the) Mrs. Simpson also reminds parents Has No Substitute." This pen gives true fountainpen The beautiful new GARDEN. : able for use fll'' private parties
appieciates more and more a and easy on the pocketbook -: children. That's where DENMARKFLT..NITURE '; that a reliable watch is a Handsome pen and pencil sets': writing plus the convenienceof I where a tree grows right through i ii and meetings by individual.Itibs

stoie like BARKSDALE'S wherea I' than this combination for] Co. can be of great'' student's most valued friend and are always popular with the busy :, mess-proof cartridge filling.i the roof, is located on Temple civic groups church organI7it i,' .

genuine effort is made to keep school wear- and they're good- service to parents in this trade constant companion. Punctuality : student, and are especially useful The cartridge refill ends filling 1 Avenue and was an instantane- etc. The beautiful surroundingsform
prices at a modest level, and I looking too.BARKSDALE'S. i area. 'J is one of the most important during the school term. And inconvenience is economical. leak- ous hit. with home folks and tour- a perfect backgiuund, for
quality at the highest. BARKS- I traits a young person can have when that all-important birthday I Ii iI : ists. alike, as soon as it was opened events of all kinds.
shoe A certain amount of home workis < proof. and the cartridge is a safe.
DA LE'S school clothes are carefully ment is depart- necessary if the child is to get I i and a good watch is the best way I|i I rolls around, nothing is morel i iI convenient way to carry writing, to the public. The GUIDON, ''1: The GARDEN is alw.iys open
also a joy to parents and | to teach it. i suitable for either" boy or girl I II as everyone knows, is located in'''1''on Sundays and
chosen for wearability, 'I many families
their children. Our the best grades in school, and the'student I: fluid. This is the pen of all pens. I
simplicity, and economy and we special x-ray ]I Watch repair service at GEM i|I than a beautiful birthstone ring.! the heart of the business district, take advantage of this serure so
shoe fitter makes certain that is much more likely to :i to en,] the trouble and soiled
especially cater to the young JEWELRY is known far and ,, For the wedding! or engagement. I II Ii I, i and both fine restaurants are that mother can attend church
'I stay home and apply himself to | clothingresulting from otherI
you get: the right size every time its standard, and i I GF.M JEWELRY has beautiful J sel''ices'Ith
folks. wide for high i a within easy walking distance ofI the rest of the L for that his books if his home provides I type pens. Get the student ini
fast-growing boy or gir1.j Mrs. is happy to an- j selection of diamond rings at ''ly and not have' to
In preparation for school days I pleasant surrounding and modem j Simpson any your house one loday.P.t'LLINGTON'S I the school so that students may sta at home
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ahead, visit BARKSDALE'S this Come in this weekend and let !. | nounce that she recently securedthe I price you want to pay. and fret over a hot stove
'! conveniences. iI j jI is also local conveniently get a good hot lunch ,
weekend and see how many famous us help you outfit every school services of X. L. Woodburn, Get the habit of looking at I What a pleasure it is for families !-
nationally advertised brand boy and girl. You'll be satisfied :I I It is a pleasure to look around I II I, who is now associated with the I. GEM JEWELRY first. You'll be asent for the amazing Polaroid i during the noon hour. 'I. to dine in the cool, clean

names are on our shelves and and we will get satisfaction in i I the spacious display floor at |I!i store and will carry on the watch | plt'asedith both quality and camera and now has in stocki I I Mr. Kopelousos believes that he atmosphere of the GARDEN
', DEN fARK'S and see" the many the two new fast films that
counters familiar names such 33, knowing that we have helped you I, repair service in the same fine i i offers the most reasonable foodI RESTAURANT. ('omin and lethe *
: price. ani the friendly interest have recently been to
attractive items that can be used i developed
Doris Dod-son Juniors, Red Goose with your clothing problems.Seymour's j manner that the people of this : I to be found anywhere, considering capable staff of each restaurant -
; to make the student's room orI area have found at the Gem since j that the staff shows in making: help you take even better picI the high quality of the ingredients prove to you what fun diningout

I I I "nook" more attractive and use- < its early establishment in Starke. 1 you another satisfied customer. I tures. With this amazing film you used and the generous I can be.HitAndRun.
66' Service WelcomesAll i ful. Mr. Denmark suggests that ;i can take inside pictures with
'every student should have his vour Polaroid without using a :Starke
:' own private desk where he can : Give Your Child A Useful Bicycle : flash bulb. Give it a trial and ,I Driver

Students Back For '56-57 Term j keep papers and books without | I|" you will be amazed at the results. >Aids Sight ProgramDr. Sought By PolicemenCity

j fear of having them disturbed. Keep a living record of school
i Eyestrain can usually be avoided For School Advises Western Auto i days with a Bell and Howell movie Seymour R. Marco, Starke police are seeking a hit-

Jimmy Seymour of SEYMOUR'S chases. by proper lighting, but studyI :! t camera found at BULLINGI -i optometrist traveled to Jackson- and-run driver who damaged an

66 SERVICE STATION Extendsa Being so near the school, SEY i I I ? under improper lighting is'I' ;I 'S. Come in and browse : ville last Wednesday to assist automobile in Reno Aug. 11.
cordial welcome to all students MOUR'S is the mecca for students j likely to damage the eyesight I Mothers would you like to on time to take them to or from around at cameras writing ma- with the Fifth annual Sight- Policemen said the accident
who will soon be coming back to during their recreation i for life. A reading lamp will solve make the new school term easier school Then too. a bicycle comes'i terials. and other values at BULL i Screening Program sponsored by I
BHS for the new term from all! breaks, and they enjoy the friendly this problem and no parent shouldrun and happier for everyone con- ; in handy for running errands for INGTON'S. There are gift suggestions -I the Northeast Florida OptometricI caused $25 damage to the 'ar of

parts of the county. "These young; atomsphere that they find in the risk of letting a child cerned? What better way than mother before and after school. :I:i|i galore on our shelves I Assn. Junior Hurley. The hit-and-run

people are all our friends, and we this modern Phillips 66 Station.'] strain his eyes under a dim and by investing in a nice, new bicyclefor I II And bicycles are just one of I and visitors ate always welcome.i : week" and Saturday night he and : driver. described as a Negro

welcome their patronage." says They also know that they get the i improperly placed light, when a every school-age child in the I the many useful items to be found I i Bullingtton is always on ,I the dogs got tangled with some i ii caused the accident by running

Mr. Seymour. "Whether it is a most value for their money at II' good light costs so little. I I family? in the new and larger WESTERN I hand of course. to take picturesof coons. I a stop sign.PATTY'S .

tank full of gas or a nickel candy SEYMOUR'S.For I Proper rest is another important No matter how you look at it. I'AUTO STORE on West Call St weddings parties, entertainments I J

bar, we are always glad to be at students who drive to], item to the child. If are' it is quite a chore to rush through Household appliances of all kinds, i I anniversaries etc at avery
your service." I school, SEYMOUR'S offers complete -] not providing a comfortable mat- breakfast to take the children to many hardware items toy, fish- | moderate fee. Just phone

This year SEYMOUR'S will be car service including Wheel tress for your growing child, you school, then have to return for ing tackle. paints, lunch boxes 265 and ask for this important I| DANCE STUDIOannounces

more popular than ever before Balancing Spark Plug Service. are doing him a grave injusticethat I them in the afternoon. Why not thermos bottles, etc. are just a service on that special occasion. II:I!I

with the young' people because the Trop-Arctic Oil, and the famous j might handicap his school rid yourself of this time-killer by few of the many useful items I
famous S 4 H Green Stamps are Phillips Flight Fuel Gas. Wash I work. Sometimes the older folksin getting each youngster a nice found there. ........YYY..YW...... ,

now being given with all pur- and polish jobs are also a spe the family have the best in new bicycle WESTERN AUTO "Your patronage over the years | Enrollment Date September 4th
chases and the students, as well cialty. mattresses, but seem to feel that STORE? Just come in this week- has been a vote of confidence in CLAY HILL --

as! their parents, are saving these This year. as in the past. make anything will do for the children. end and let Mr. and Mrs. Jaudon our store and has enabled us to !I i Hours 10 12 And 2 i
stamps to get the wonderful! SEYMOUR'S your headquarters I show you how easy it is for your expand so that we can sen'e you
This is a mistake-an prizes that are offered. Ask Mr. during your recreation breaks I when DENMARK of- child to enjoy the thrill and con- even better in the future" says | j CATHOLIC HALL
and lunch beautiful Mr. Jaudon. "We want toj: j
hour while attending j venience of owning a you
a Seymour for a catalog showingthe I fers nationally advertised mat- .
Bradford High or Starke Elementary bike. know that we really appreciate ) ]
tresses such Jimmie Wilkinson of Gainesville -
hundred of attractive on easy payment
gifts, School. You will always ,, terms. During the school term, especially it and will try to show our appreciation -' Ga., spent a few days' 1'1'-1 TAP AND BALLET -- ALL AGES

that can be yours when you get ,I find a warm welcome and a This weekend shop DE.IAnK'S "- a bike is more of a neces- by giving you the same j C'pntwith! his parents. Mr. and 1
green: stamps with your pur- friendly desire to be of service.Herb's sity than a luxury. Boys and I cordial welcome and prompt serv- !, 'Jack Wilkinson. :
for a happier more use- Mrs. Classes To Begin First Week In September
girls with bicycles never have to I ice in the future that we have giv- \
ful school term Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones from :
Is Most worry about their parents being;:en in the past." j If Interested Call
Popular Spot I II New York and Mr. and Mrs. ;i
I Charles Ransom from -1

For Students. To Meet Friends I Meat And Produce Ruby Johns Says Smart Permanent with remember spent the Fred these a few Langs.folks pleasant when Some hours they will'I MRS. YANCEY PHONE 219.WSpecial

"Meet me at Herb's!" That is apopular friends. I! Needs Filled ByLawson's !As Pre-School Gift For Teen-agers : lived"Chicken on what Farm"is now.known as the

slogan among the young, HERB'S knows what it takes called
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roddy
people at BHS who know whereto i to please young appetities. and ,. -- -
find good, food in an atmos-, his hamburgers, french fries, and Market What would delight that lovely I nent wave for school girls. I on Fred Lang for a snort time I !

phere of friendliness and courteous -I other popular items are designed little girl of yours more than After the damage done by sum- Sunday afternoon. I
sen-ice. I with the young people in mind making her a pre-school gift of mer wind. fun. and water. it i is We understand the old Long

During lunch hour after to give them the most for their LAWSON'S Meat Market & a flattering new permanent wave? quite likely that your daughter Branch church building has been

school before the game I money, and the nourishing food Cold Storage. located near the This was the question asked (ias well as yourselft needs ai;I removed and dirt hauled in and

after the game the story i is,, that young appetites! demand. ,, depot on Washington St., carries mothers of Starke and vicinitythis complete reconditioning treatment, ''1 I a fill made where the building
always the same meet your (]|I In addition to his drivein11'. I the finer line of fresh meats and I week by Ruby Johns, owner as well as individual hair shap-:!!: stood. We were informed the 9 PIECE

friends at Herb's. You know they'll ;i Thomas i is! now operating the meat products available at migh- and operator of the long-popular in?. and personalized styling. Sun :i i new fence is to be put aroundthe
be there because everyone else is. i j I j Sports Shop catering to the hob- i: ty reasonable prices in these days :I RUBY JOHNS BEAUTY SALON and wind are hard on the skin, cemetery in the near future

Over the years the'students at :I bies of sportslovingpl'Ople.. young of high costs. I on So. Thompson St. also, and RUBY JOHNS has the We also understand the new

Bradford High have come to ap-I and old. in boats. motors, and No school child's meal is really "A visit to our salon during remedy for that in a skin-condi- class rooms have been completedat

prcJatthp friendly interest of other recreation equipment. If complete without some kind off I'' this pre-school week would do tioning facial that put the natural -' the new Long Branch church LIVING ROOM GROUPTillS

herb Thomas. proprietor of that You have not visited this new enterprise f nourishing meat-the bodv's chief wonders for any girl's morale- oils back to work. Mrs. Grace Lang and Nellie

popular meeting/ place. Herb's'' of Herb Thomas, be sure I j' source of protein. LAWSON'S in-I j no matter what her age-and get II Remember-it is never too soon turned home from Tampa re-I
vites mothers of school children her" off to good start when the to start educating the ladies -
Drive-Inn. With his background! as to do so without delay. I i a young day. Her two sons. Walter
a professional athlete. Mr. Thomas At the beginning! of the new i to come in daily! and select their school bells ring again next Monday in proper habits of beauty I). R.. and Walters family returned -

has a vital in'erest in sports school term Herb Thomas says: I meats and poultry from a large! morning. I culture ansi care of hands. nails, home with her. Walter ana

and has coached and encouraged "Welcome, young friends new variety of choice cuts on display j And don't be afraid of the ex skin hair. etc. The accommodating D. B. returned to Tampa Sundayto

many young! athletes in Bradford and oldVe are looking forward I in this clean and sanitary market. |, penseno matter how many staff at RUBY JOHNS SALON work. Jo Ann and children

County when they needed a help- to seeing you early and often In these days it is essential that :j little future beauty queens you are always glad to assist Sandra and Eddie are spendingsome
ink hand. That is one reason his riming the new school term This housewives shop where they will j might have in the family. Just ta mothers with teenagers. and little time with JoAnn's parents.Mr. .

ie.staurant is a popular meeting year. as always meet your get the most value for their prove you can be beautiful and I tots too, with helpful suggestions and Mrs. J. L. Stricklandand
place for the athletes and their friends at HERB'S." i money. There is no economy in I economical at the same time. I along this line. Walter's parents the Richard

buying inferior grades, when you I RUBY JOHNS is making a special Better hurry! Phone 149 for an Lang's and other relatives. We

can have the best for less at pre-school" offer of $5 perma appointment today. !I are glad to announce Earl Lang's
Healthful Foods At Edwards Grocery
LAWSON'S. baby is much improved from the i

Provide Energy For. School ChildrenIn LAWSON'S The cold offer storage farm facilities families at Farmers Supply Ready To Fill Needs recent Rev. illness.and Mrs Harvey Lane I! 3 PIECE SECTIONAL SOFA

and others the opportunity to and daughter and Mr. and Mrs |I

chill and process for home freez- Bud Wamwrght. spent the afternoon ]

Looks as if the cost of livings addition to groceries EDWARDS ers freshly butchered meats on I Of Rural Students And Families '1 Sunday with Mr. and Mrs '
but in meats bought in large quantities' Ernie Padgetts.The .
full of
: in for another jump carries a line I I 1 SOFA PILLOW
inflation fresh meats feeds, oil. for home freezers at very moderate from
spite of threatening gas and I p Rev. Chism came
Future Farmers. Future Homemakers 'he FARMERS SUPPLY is known '
EDWARDS GROCERY is glad to Being outside the congested I I 1 Georgia and preached for us Saturday -
of, The refrigeration service is dependable ',, and 4-H Boys and Girls for always selling the best. They I Ii 2 STEP END TABLES
be able to help the housewives business district, EDWARDS i night. We were proud of
Bradford County keep their school- GROCERY has a low overhead I) and safe, 'and for the I I will find in the FARMERS SUP- stand behind everything they sell.'i: the size of our congregation on I II ) 18995
so are assured of satisfac-:
age children well nourished with I) and can consequently pass thei past few years has proved to be PLY on 10th Street all the dependable you I I this occasion. We wish to call 2 TABLE LAMPS

gcod. wholesome food at prices j: savings on to satisfied customers| very popular in this section. j,' tools and farm implements tion Other when items you buy stocked there.by this :;| this same man back again in the

the family budget will allow. j I in the form of lower prices. Another -! "We invite your inspection of' that are so necessary to popular store include Insulator,| near future to give us another 1 COFFEE TABLE

That's why Mrs. Housewife la': advantage of being out of the i I our facilities and merchandise." success in modern methods of I Board. Roofing. Thick-Butt'' message. We will expect more I

mOle appreciative: than ever of; congested area is that there are say the Lawson's. "If you want farming and homemaking."Our Shingles, Asbestos Siding, Tar- present the next time than were
the cooperation given by Mr. and no parking problems for our cus-J the best in meats and poultry at I' farmers and future farmers paulines. and many many others. there last Saturday night. Be

Mrs. Edwards and their efficient'I tomers. The ladies never have any I prices you can afford to pay. you should get the habit of buy-I "We are in the business with I sure to be with us Saturday nightof

staff at EDWARDS GROCERY trouble finding a parking place. | will do well to pay us a visit." ing their implements in the determination to serve the this week, we are expecting .

in supplying the family with quail-/ EDWARDS GROCERY is also where they can see what Starke'j people with quality hardware and, another good message then. I SI -

ty foods at most reasonable}I very proud of its fine meat department. Two Forfeit Bonds getting, and where the articles ,, other farm and home necessities We have wondered why we doj 123 East PHONE
prices. Growing boys and girls i Growing children need can be bought just as I I '
I j I at fair prices, says Mr. Johnson. not meet any more 'possums and : I
need and deserve the best foods plenty of good fresh meat. whichgin Two men charged with public !I cheaply as if ordered from some I|I "We are proud to that wei 'coons marching around In the, Call 80Starke
say I II
in might keep I Ij them for work and intoxication both forfeited "
? order that they s strength $25' big mail order house. says Mr. roads or anywhere else. We have;
fit in mind and body, and thus bet I Ii play. Meat prices at EDWARDS bond in the City Court of MayorW. A. R. Johnson of the FARMERS1(I have not swayed from this goalI just learned that Ernie Padgett j Street Fla.

i able to learn rapidly and also' are always the most reasonable; T. Jackson last week. SUPPLY. I j I I and our customers know that is about to catch all of them I S

give a good account of themselves and quality the best. Give us a I Forfeiting bond were Truman' Half the battle of farm workis ''they are assurred of a square therefore we are failing. Caught

on the athlet; field. trial and you will be convinced. i Harris and Robert Cooper. having good equipment. and deal when they trade with us." three possums one night last ,



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KEYSTONE Starke I, William, Florida' Jackson by virtue Mayor of the nf I]:.Nollrp. To Appear Case =0. 10-172i 'Go"I'ty.o,> ,} P.Xlrs F.. I1. F. Hankerson.Henderson. Liedie Florence Lauramore. XI. 'W.LaneI. .arltnLn.p. I[F Ormond. J. E. .\.m.ur. J p. Timlins.in. I.or,>:. I

HIGHLIGHTS authority vested in me by law. do Geiger. Homrm r I'ouglas Owens. Geurge D. :tilleXlrs. Ltt.e Th.-mas. XI: \ S
: T<> Earl H. (Jams whose rest-ii lardy P. Winnie D. j
hereby call election I; A. Outlw. L\'frn Stump Lillian T.M.mons. l, .t.
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to be held 'deuce and Ig.r.'ala. llard\ Dons C.iJ'.iige < r-
By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 at the Fire Station In the aforesaid 'Street, 1'ort-mouth Virginia.is401S Bart ratln. Iussel \\.. D l."n.. A.Charles Jr.n.loud..n. ;, ('SII.n. Xlearhe. :,I'o'x. V,'rnon T-mmons.: L* ti.i M.i j

town by the on 1 rfCI''asco Xlrs. 1. O'St."n. Smith Mrs. H. Ti.n.d. John A '
You Alberta
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qualtied'oters are hereby notified Luke, Kichard B. I
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Tuesday. i Griff i". XIandyGriffis. I Lynn Sew ell. TV. Ti. rode. MTS ,
______ 1. : the suit for I H. Luke Mrs. Lester S..r lt
YYY..YY.YYYYYYYY.YYY..w. .. V ...YVVYYY777 purpose of electing following i Di\orce ., Thelma XI.i Hinson. L. C.. Jr.Hinson Irene 'I i Perkins. Linnir :..el1 Ethel O. Trtstune, XCTIITfstime. (
:,, officers: i iritti' Earl V. Lucie Perman. E. K Schmit. Charles M. TI.Hi. i I
Altar Klwts OfficersA has filed F.
Stwiety t been against you In the Lappe. Xlrs. Mary P. I man. LOiS i
TIUr H.IU\B" FOR above named Court and Ir..n. John D Hillendahl. L. II. 1 'hmlt. Mrs. VirginSmith. I jaTli-i'.Js. Agi.ts 1
rant and Hubert t
of St. William's Altar cause Lappe. Powell, Chas. J. 1 It h .
meeting i and Mrs. Bill KtllS Gardner Mural Hillendahl. M". jHugglns. -ins Ti !t. :
Costello and ( you are required to serve a copy ol Ethel RPhillips. .
Society was held in the Rec- Inspectors said election: J your answer or pleading to the Garjand.. Gertrude C. T. M. Rae. Robert M.Mokae lark Foster Shi ll.o.i aL.sl \. 4
I children, Buzzy. 3. and Stella 1 Charles A. Hardy.A. complaint on the Plaintiff |t HriCl Clara C. Hoggins. Mrs. Bernice Gertie F.Me'uildy. Mrs Rosa Smith. :rs. Mary .i.l.! x VI FI

reation Hall on Wednesday morning 1 Jane. 2, hae L. Crosby Jr.. Elizabeth Ii.irzItr I.mnieMcXIilUn. I"are. Mrs. Bertha Anna I r.: '. \ Mis Mi'Pi
recently moved to atornlY. Ruffus I'ri."t. Clyde C5. Smith. .
Mrs. Glenn Duke JCC ( M. Houpt, Dr. C. J. Julia T>".n in i It < nJylll ,
22 for the of A. Guaranty Life .
Aug. purpose lour Lake japour! rs Priest, Mrs. .
Clyde $hlt.'x .
Region from Charleston i i Hay Stone Jaiks'.nxille 2, Florida HriCCis. Gerald Houpt. Xfrs. C. J. Hanson R.i Patsy Rober: ''1 ts, L" V

electing new officers. Election J 1 \V. Va., and are living in the : Shellie A. Hall. 'and'L"lldlg.file the original. In the office of ,t (Grider. K. I Harris Mrs. Virginia L i XUKmmv, Ann 1 Paul. A. T. Starling K E Th. n..is. .1I4eaTat
In testimony whereof I hereunto Geiger C. ,1'0111. Mrs. Mildred Simpsi.n. Mi' Rebect,, lo Fi.
results were-President. Mrs. A. '''the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or C.Haris.. McKinney Balis UK .s TITai"i
I Guy Andrews' Cottage on Crystals' my name and cause the I before the Geiper. Evelyn Charles JHardenbrook McCarthy James H.M.Cee. i'K Spence. John Itern'ie, X'

L Danis of Melrose; Vice President Lake. Mr. Costello will .al of the .ail town to be hereunto 10 day of epl.mb.r. 19J6; Goodman: Seeber D. JessieJ. Mae \ Ned Smith E.ln. \\. Tal- : All., it

Mrs. Herbert Nelson Sec I teach in :,. affixed this th. day of August I otherwise the allegations of said <...dman. Xlrs Elouise' McCrary,:.Ia C. T. I,' Peek. S. L.. Jr. Smith Turner. Jamt A

; Bradford High School this year. ''''A.' I).. 156.OFJ'ICJL. Complaint will be taken confessed : odden. Joseph Helen XlcCrary, Evelyn Peek Mvra D.Powell. St. John. AliceStefanelli. Thomas, \\ 1'.

retary-Treaurer. Mrs. Marguerite Mr. and Mrs. Edgar ![, ( SEAL) by you. a Goodman XIableGill. Jardenbrook.. XIc(;ee. Walker K. Win. C. .Henry Th.maMi >:. .t. i

Ryan. The next meeting will Akridge I i' T. JACKSON' Mayor I This note shall be published I TV T. M<-.;riff. Margaret (Bile) Siefanelli, Mrs. I 1"11 vTht'1as. lie I ;
from Starke were in Ke.ystoneI ATTEST: ,one for four consecutive I rider, XIr. R. I. Ingram Xlrs. Carrie A McCarthy. Mrs.r. MarT Harriet I Starling, Volley 1. 'Thomas, XIi t <.cf\

be a called meeting, whenever the Heights on Friday spending the i CARL JOHNS, City Clerk weeks In the Bradford County Tele I, Griffis, Wilbur Ingram, Hugh B., J Dorothy Pullum. t;. L.iPellum. Starling. Mar n.

President deems advisable. Hence. I I I g/10 it 9/7 'graph. ,;re.n. Wily Ingram, flush T'. Sr. Barney E. Jr.1)I.unl. I r. J. penlt. j. M. Thomas, MI -. H..ZI.
day with Mrs. Alma Blizzard. I' Dated this 2 day of August 1956. I Green, Katie Inglenght. C. V. .lcRa. (I Pellum. Mrs. F. J.Patel. Stone. Edna Thomas, TV i >

forth. all meetings will b held at Sgt. and Mrs. James Fort and .NOTICK TO APPERI (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarDj I roudman, Johnnie O. Intleright Mrs. C. V. XKXlains, len.tr. Maurice Van D. Starling Joe S. Thornton, Xlrs. T.

the various homes of the I Clr..lt Court Bradford CouDf,,' Clerk of the Circuit Court {I (rant. tstela McDonald, Jo. R..McDonald. Ferryman. Comer P. Smith. Shi K. B.
ladies three children, have returned ,1 Florida !. ( hmnrrrr.Louise I By Marian 1 Crosby ,, ;mdwinl. 1..lla Jenkins. A. O. W.XIcKae. Parker. Charles C. Stone. R L Thornton, EimtrH
Smiths Entertain C. Verroca Garris, rianttff. 8/10 S31I'uKiuan Green, Rose'Gietn. lodge I Pressley Annie Mae Mrs. ..
from a trip during which they ; 4 Johns CarlJohns James t:. Stuth. Kizzie Thornton. Xla1 .
Mr and Mrs. Charles Smith en- I Haskelli Calvin Xlc.TlileyV. S. rhilp., Ernest T. "truth. Kate "Turnur han y i
visited relatives. They were gone :i Gibson, Lawrence. u.i Johns, Charley E. !IPat.n. Mary C. Struth. : Taylor, B< ssic L

tertained at a dinner party at their 10 days. First they visited i Gibson, Mary XIaxineGhent. Johns, Thelma Brine r'fMcKnight:lIAhl.Opal, Dolores S. Fatten G L. Stewart 'rri F.St. Taylor, Aaron K
abut LIST OF THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS FOR GENERAL N(.lvnIhent. I I".rlms. Johni John Tomlinson
home on Peach SL Thursday eve- Johns. Thelma Redgrai "Xlc ; GeorgeXlcRae. Vincent !i < > I
Mrs. Fort's mother, who was very ,,. ( Rosa Lee Jones, Emma Russell SMcMillan. i Patray Ernie D. St John. Mildred T'.dd. ting..
ning Aug. 23. honoring Mr. and ill, in Hickory Ridge Ark. then ELECTION OF THE CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA, TO Godwin TVilIiam A. Jenkins Charles II. MerrillXlcKmnty I.I"r"on. James A. Stricklnd. Rose Thigpen, J 1 1Tillman :..

Mrs. Allan N. Dean, who are leavIng -I BE HELD ON llth DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A. D., 'I (:"dwm. lieatrire Jenkins, Cha" A. A. K. I If'i'ken, C. TVPiokett Mrs Ruth C. K
to Walnut Ridge Ark. TiE Gill: Mre Mrs c.v. Smith. W. 'I '
Clarks- Prlslot Johns. Mrs. E. MoKmnev, Mrs- ,\. E. S illnian. Agni s :\
for Baltimore the early part '11956 ''Griffis ruby Parker. William TV. Smith Tin.
S. mas TV si.
dale Miss., and Memphis, Tenn. : Jamt.E Johns. S. J. T. Mrs. v
(If September. Mr. Dean a Du- :,, Gre.n, ". la 1.Irid.r Johns \ lcnt'rl Mrs. J. A. Priest Mrs. Nona Sul\'an. XIabel Todd, Laurent.

I Miss Cathy Ridaught, has been', Anthony. : r)' I 'u 111 19>, \\'.,it' I Davis, 1.11.1 Kenneth C. Judd. Millard:1. MfRar.lcKel\.y.B E Prevatt, E T !ul'an. Dorothy L Thornton. TV. r..
Pont employee is being transferred. 1a Gill. John Jr''al. Xlrs. XIargare;t I. P. Thornton ,
j visiting her sister Mrs. Richard Anthony. >. 1I.triYAndrW5. Joe Dobbs, l. Jenkins. Xlrs. Winnie< kIal. Xlrs Ethel i : N'ataiThigpen.
Other guests who enjoyed the I I!1 (Juy'Akridge. ,'h.II'r. Mrs C. '\'. Dobbs,31r S Q. J. ratlin, Lester XLGatlm. Alice Mt-Tall, Selma Palmes. J. W.Pelham Shaller, Elizabeth Wallai o

i Barton and her brotherinlaw.I'I liroward E.Akridge ,'ul.man. XIrs Mar) B Delvin, C. i:. Mary J.nkins. Sara F. McIntosh, Tillman R. I I MalissaPhillips. Shaller. Robbie L. Thornton, O. K
with the Smiths l
evening .
'A 2-c Richard Barton, at Fort Mary J.I Cannon. J. V. DeUin, Anna Belle Gay, J O. John Mrs. Fronie Mcintyre, J. A.Mcintosh. May Schnutt. Onthu 1 Thornton, < ;org i
Mr and Mrs. O. L. Brannen Mr. II. ColleyMaigeij H.Colson Dacev, John J. ta)'. Xtr-. XlurielGraham. Johns Xlrs. Lois JV.. I Philps. C. M. Smith Lewis Todd, J. TV.
Walton. The Bartons were marI I A\ery. Janie C. W.Colson. Douglas. 11. C. Rosa Lee Johns Dorothy ldntn Charles S. Searing. Earll. Todd, Leat1'nderluU >
and Mrs. Clint Mr. anJ Elizabeth i :Ils. : >h.lle '
AndreWS. Parun Melba
Denny. I Mrs. Powers Donovan Lillian Gahagan, Mattie P. R. S D"lnis
ried in June of this year and I.. U- \do I XIi-Rae. I i I
Mrs. LeBlanc Mr. and :!i AI\ar"z. Desue Green, Lorenzo O. Jiiis Xlamie Phillips, Juanita Ilmp"on. Laura XIa.-g
George '' 1.Austin. ClaremeDa I Mrs. McKinney, A. E, Jr. i 1.
I Mrs. Barton the former .\IvereZ Th"hua P.ars..n. Eugene Sullivan. Lonnie Urquhart, XIar\i .
was Jo- Green, Mae DeesGreen. TV. D
IL Carlile, Ruth us by, li. u. 1 Johns. Mrs. s> XI< i Kae. Donald
and Mrs.
Mrs. Herbert Nelson Mr. L. 1' I Preston Joe .
StudttillV.. I'rquhart,
Inman D. J .
anne Ridaught. Airman airs. Bessie ). .Mrs. Frances ) McGriff. Green, i .s
1 Barton Colson JaDsb
Carl '
Anders, Green, XlelbaiGay tJa\'ana I upe. CUrabelle Studstill. MrsV. J. Underhill P..I.I, ,
N. Sunderland Mr. and Mrs. B.ckernan A\. M.Cressler bowling, Marjorie I (;. J,
P I is stationed at F.glin Field. Ainold, M.iryofl. Carter. Hazel Dyer Dell, Itertha M. \ A. JacksonV.Cortle\. :hlnC. Lee I Pugslev. John V. Illjl't.pe. Smith Mrs. Shi Lnderlull, SB.., : ,
Frank Ilgen, ana Mr. and Mrs. 'I, .\ Ann :1. Lee :Gay, Xlrs. PaulineHazel O :Icri I.l'a ;' Henry I'. Sheppard, Mrs. Kate
Mrs. C. Howard Jackson. Margaret L C. Sr.
H. Dorothy
Haberstroh .
Bill Cannon. I and t.kcrn1aIi, Fied Cook 1owlng. I I Xlrs. Deborah : i PrevaIl J. Tj Spence, Xlrs Bert Vining. XIrL. '
L. .
Johnson, H. II.
daughter Marcia, have returned ,I' Alvarez. James 1 Crosby, Marian Jamts W. lI-nndiehi. j i' Prevatt. Mrs. J. T. Spent, Bert VinlnB. L. 1>.
Mrs. rrJ.hn Johnson George MclntjreVillrr Mae
Cook, \V. n. Drew. James P .
Met Arthur r j Spent Varapty. .
: MjrtieIScarbro. ut..ih.
I Ah'are. iJyal H. Green, Mrs. Mary E.Judd. Il'kk.ring. L
Ch'ieo.odaton i
home after spending several A. D. o. Johnson. L.
Crosby khDKhl.
sol 1 Vampf. lLt'e
Pickering rear
Albright .. R
I Griffis, Mildred I Irl. K.
j X.
A of the Lake I 1arl.ran. S. Freda XIi'Knight. .
meeting Brooklyn I L i* Cameron le\'ut. E. L.XlcVay
I > IVt Vtokers
months with friends and Anderson (: ClydeGarrett. X. P. / k. Iva R. Stern Louise J. M.
relati'es' Mrs. a"Sfl Irene V.SfcVay
Civic Association held at the Ubright. Alberta nette lt ut. S. Joyner. Pearson Lillian C. Smith, J. Vitsky. I'hlri
was H. >
M. .
in Indiana, New York State, and i Louise Crosby. Albert U Jr. Devritk. Denver I. Joyner. Jewel L C. Jr. Perkins ClaraPatrav \W. Vickers, Doris I>.
Aver I Goodge, XlyraiC.reen I :11th. rs. S.Simmons
home of Mr and Mrs. E. South nAnderson. Violet W. evrick. Chesaie Jaudon, Xlc-llae, XIaeXI.Gee. :
Crosby I Vaughan ,
L i I in Pennsylvania. i iI Dorothy L. Herman 1... Dell, !' Herbert A. Jaudon. Mrs. J. F. Joseph II.Mad'la .lr". Minnie Mrs. Janice ow n ..
Conner Hober I Vaughan .
well on Brooklyn Bay Saturday Alvarez, I Hazel j Lou Simmons, B. E. BlanciVezropoulos
Green Fields
,.. A. Dell. Eaton .
II.ndrews .
Mr. EXIcLeod.
| and Mrs. E. Southwell Hubert Christmas James Roosevelt. Jr. in. Raymond
i Prime. James V. St.
L Armstrong Johns. Richard X.clv.
I |George, Ida BSlade.
W. IIs. Grace .
16. Douglas Jordan E.
evening Aug. Jr., and children Elmer Lee HI I \ li. VV.Undrew Christmas. ldna Charles Grady. Rev. SamuelJ. G. II. Grady Phillips, Hazel T. 1L
30 people attended. The next t !I *. Mr-. Laura Carratt. A. H. Douglas .Mrs. J|. C. Johnson, Ils. II. SttLeod. Annie laude Parrish. I.. !Shade Mrs. T. IL White O. W
I and Mary, have been visiting Mr.Southwell's lAltman. Kathnn'Andrews. Conway. V:. F. Dinkins, John Johnson George :lcCurmik. Nathan Parham 1zekie. Small Cleveland White, Ethel Xf
meeting will be held at the homeof I Jr. Dustin KrneatV Gradv. Mrs. \do F. Johns. Charley J.
Dorothy kli.e.
'' J. i.orgt Williams '. .
parents the E. L.Southwell's Conner. E. R. Parham Iduma Simmons James F. j>
Dustin A.
Mrs. Carl Carnes Saturday I I I 1 I Alvarez. A. I* Conne. tula Mae ilr L'rtba (roo\.tr. June P.loldwire. Johnson 1'hiIHs E. XUDougald. Alice Phillips. Petty A. Simmons, Stephen Wall. li. c.Winkler. .
Groo\.tr. Johnson, XKGee. MarieManning.
on Brooklyn Bay Cir- A. vldermon \ Thomas 1' :1 i E A-i- .
'I Colson. Perryman. Daisy XI. Sir.uh. Austin C. : n
evening Sept. 8, at ;::30. Anderson G. Oscar I ( Gilbert N. Johnson I*. I-. I
cle. They left for their Portsmouth \ DoraAdkms Colson Catherine Del Dommon. Gold\ire: Gladys Jackson. Frank Delia.Middlrtun. Parker. TV. S. Scott. Roy Williams, Nat
I Hester :1 I
LUIsAndersun. Crews I.ouis I I Parrish 1.ewisParrish Sullivan, Xlrs. H. P.Silco. Williams, L<'in-t
It's A Buy Godwin, T. !
Va., home last weekend.On XI.lonway Vummol. James i Henry Johnson. Donuie W E. !;
XljrtieAUarez iesMe : Wiggins >
Crews. Ruby George C. rieWilliams.
.. 'God 1in, Xlrs. Lucile Xliddleon, N'olia
: and Mrs. Key Sargent are I Wednesday evening Aug. Annie "I..pv"* ( t'uncaa. David D_ I'I 5.'Geiger. .Iackson. T. ) Xlrs II IIIl'hel. Paul Gary Starling. Iris A. i:.
H.CreSslr. Duncan, Jones George j
I I J. I. Farris Daiaey I Lu'ilelalh.1. Wailer Schaefer Chas. J. TViIliams, i.iti ,.'I.1 .
the Anderson Conway. I Pi.rce.
happy over advent of Key MCFar1IlanP I LOIS v. ) .Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren l-dlth Merrittmnhings. Ueas. John H. Jr. Flsit Johns, Ido
122 Wilson. .
!' s. Mrs Pring, F. Sanders (:. Dea.V ks
Miller H who arrived Monday !'Audre\ Mae Liens. Mrs. (assft. : P Jackson, CurtisJackson Middle ton. Ma.leeXlundy. :1 p Warren
I and Mr. anj Mrs. Chris i Alvarez Hattie ole uke. Mrs. Hltie. Graham. Edward. .Mrs. LeiUXlathews l'owell. G. Sanders, G. .. Mrs. .N.
evening, Aug. 20. at Bradford Nells Cas"lls. { Leia .\. Gassett. Xlrs. t LMlie C. Pweli. Mrs. May F. Smith Ida Mae Annie
and daughter. Helen AndrlwS Duke, Wren Jackson. Lucille t;. L.
all Alvarez. Errollndersofl. Cot. J. C. : Jean Y. Poweil, John II.Phillips. Spivey. Charley Warren M. T
County Hospital. and weighed 6 i i came up from Ocala for a picnic \ Alice Cox J. C.arlton Dow Dun woody. i s. Green. Willie Johns, Dorothy P. Mitchell Xlathews.Mrs Lucille. John B.Patra. Sapp. George Warren Albert XI

lb. 7 oz. The father is the oldest I I and swim with the South- j \nd"rson. :esty J.rosby D. lane Mrs., is. Jones. Janette Ruth W. Morgan, XIMorgan .Haze James IV. Jr Stanfield, Johnnie Warren, HuUiie
L. fixon. Johnson
supper A.
K. L. :1.
\ Payne Marion A.Payn. Sanders. Marie Wiley. JackIVimberly
F. G.Haves.
native of Keystone Heights be MaudAlexander. 1.. C. llunwood, Xlrs. R. I Hemicgway. Johnson. Abbie >v.Jones. : XIattieL.
well's I Andrews. Mrs Conner. S. E. %V. Hettie Lucit Sapp J. S. VV. M.Wimberlj. .
ing the first child to be born Mrs. A Mrs. I. C. Jones and son, TMlmaAspinwall Handal n."hisn1 Dankel, .Mis Mildred Eta Jackson. Margaret Mutt, :lr. XIaudeXlanire Mamie Cells
Sew ell. Cecil U
Alexander | Hoover. ) PEterson
I. G. ,
H. Revo
within the city's boundaries some Charles, of Miami spent last weekend I Mr*. .' KatbCrueColSon JHaynes. Hope a Jones. Ruby Fred L. Xlarttne'z, Joe Perkins, Pubic tae Shepherd. Charles C. TViley. Lottie

thirty years ago. Hence his name: with Mr. and Mrs. C. W.:II Margaret Resale F.Carratt .A. Darkel .X.D.S. j jla'es. Ruby A. Jones.Johns Robert S. Martinez. NellieXloitt. P.rkins.'arrln E. Shepherd. Ruby G.Stubbs Wiggins, Laura I.ce
Mrs. Cc-rme VII. Phyllis S. Nelson Wall. Martha D.
Key for Keystone Heights, obviously Owens of Crystal Lake. The Owens AlLert.Ah'are.Julia 01500..Clara tr5. Coula'CrawCord. Charles U lart. ,Edna Xlrs. I... g.Haile Jones Naomi Lulu ., .Mrs Harry. Ara EXlooty :. I Ilu.r.'a Phillips hingtonI Seley, William G. Williams, sirs.
B.Ciemt' .
and Miller for Senator 'I AiipraeS. lrs. Ouranla 1 James 1evI1. Annie ole XIaude C.Hartmann Jackson Pow.rs. $ Lois T. Gladys G.
are Mrs. Jones' aunt and untie. V. Chas. Jones. Edward Stiles Ri' I Jolor.s .l.y. Ward
Herman Mrs
Joseph J. F. Robert A. Carrie
11 { Swift
Miller of Pennsylvania one of the Mr. and Mrs. J. L Parrish and Arold.Andrews. : ". 1 Coburn. AmY n.cutchen. 11lins. :Irs Hartmann. Elsie Johns. Charles lAura C. Miles Moore,, :Xlrs.. E Florence F. Paramenter. Ruby L. Swift. Xlersav R.Struth. Weldon, Mrs. XUi >

early settlers. I three children of Lake City have :t Adams H. J. oLprt P.Coran. Juanita Hall. SheleHfmingway. Johnson.Jackson. Phillip )Iannin Delia S. Page Mrs. Grace G. Luuella T. Gladys
I Adams. Mrs.N rnia i1rs. lul'rtt. J. jf L. GHemingwar. A. Manning. Clyde !, Page. Don R. Simpson. Ceo. B. Williams. Fred
Don't Be A Square concluded their annual summer-] ELizabethAIim (0L4c0lon. XIrs.'j. Annie Jordan. Joseph L. Perkins. Benjamin OPerkins. Sheppard, Dorothy J. Willianib, Mrs XLu >
I Anders. ( oran, J avls J. Jordan. Julia -Mun.lorff. R E
In other words, come to the stay at Geneva Beach Apts. and | -. Ira. 4. Wilam DeSue. Edmund Lillv Mao Hagen, Delia Jordan Xlllton J Manning, Thelma I I' 1:01' E. Sheppard Miles II.A. Walnwright.Smith James
Dan James
I.uu Houston, H. Priest Granvil Sullivan.
i* Conway. Harry .
Ahvar.Alvarez. Father) XIosrle, Laura ,
CAP Square Dance tomorrow t| returned to their home. Jim Par- Lee A. Dukes, I Jordan. ( :Ils. Linnie R.
i Annie Coleman, HCovinBton Imma--- ld. Essie D.Clfford. K. Xlathews John I). Priest Mary Dodd Sullivan, Xlrs.
lola Harold
Hean. I
evening Sept. 1, starting at 8:30.: rish the oldest boy will enter '! Ad.h.ol. Storey nr A.". Douglas Klizabeth, Jr. Jenning. Florence Xlersereau. Thomas I Peek. :Margaret II.Quiglev. XIarieSullivan. Winkler Mis. E .\.
IISTY Cecil 1'1 Warren. Mrs. .
I Addison. TheressaAllen. L. Harding, Leo T. s. \
Denton Hauk director of Camp Marion Institute, in Marion Ala., H".cla (cummings.'ovinlton. Charles Douglas ldrt C Hughes Emma Johns carl I* Xlafhews., Tiara I'dellXlorns XIXlooty J T. ;_u1\'an. Louise.. SI.4itiiiOfl. Williams Amos

Crystal Lake, will call the fig this fall. Andrr\s. J. TV. IllAlvarez. (Shaiflt.erS.Cbaubers.. 1.. I L.. D.Christansen. Dukes. R. I Hollidav. Sara Hope Johns.Anne :11' Shirley Gad's. i I Quigley. Xlis MinnieQuick. i David II. Williams. SallleTVade.

t I Arthur Lubbv'Anderson. Irl. Dukes, .. Irs. Leona I Havm j I \v. S;mith. C. T.
Morris rs.nnie :1.
ures. i I Mr. and Mrs Frank M. Wal- I. V. JohnChristanen. -'. is, Harry I Harrington; Mary John. Robert-Mrs Eunice XIae I c II. Jr. Smith. X Ira. XL Wade. Mrs. C. T

rath Jr. and I : EdithI'ul" favis. Myrtle 15. Glad.vsHunter.. Johns. Quick. C. H Sieiier. Jack K Wainwright Kane
Supper Termed Sure-ess I two children Kay. Anderson r Johns. ( r. Molt, Xlrs. LulaMasters.
I Andrews, J. i..*"i B.ioie Downey. Paul s. I: DHasan Zelda P. Julia Quick, Xlrs C. II. Siemer. Xlrs. Marie M[:..WilliamsEdwin

The ladies of the Estralita. I and Mike have returned from amonth's ;,.Andrews- Mtirle N. 'J- '.. HempllY. A. T. I John L. Johns. hula lire. Wilson Masters A. TV. I Bitch, J. IIRitch. speiice. Karney .A. Wynn, J. G.

Club wish to thank all the folks vacation in Mexico. \h'ar.z. I"ar"aro L. Crawford. FCrawford. M. DeSue.Ve Cub I Huuhinps. : ". Annie Jones Johns. Xlillard L. Martin, c.olda A. H.rlprt C. Smith. L S. Williams, Ethel .1.
I I' It. 1!. !:. ) ul. James U Gassett Ritch. Smith, Williams, Dewex 1'
D. Isahel.
Ah'ar.z. Clyde Martin. A.
who patronized their thicken bar I Mrs. Fred Dodd and her niece I! Allen I.ilal V. Cnpeland. ICrosby. leul Robert I Herlong, Dr 1 B Johns. 'Xtundorff. I.. Register. .r..man SrRitch. Smith Jack R. Warren John L
I ; W. P. W.Carpenter. D.\ Alma Jones. Eugene I.ucie Evelyn Smith. M's K\a Wells, M. c.Wtbb. .
Alice Xlrs. Hilda
becue supper on Friday evening. Dodd were in Gainesville;| A bell. CarP5nt Y. bell. Marion1psey. Houston. Jones. GertiudeKnigbt. diXon J. .
I .
1 Abel Louise D. lar"rie Harding. Xlrs T. iHoltzendorf Xlixon. Jean D. Register. Alice KatheleneSolo.
Aug. 24. They are also gratefulto last Wednesday, shopping for ,i Andrews. Susie C. Clark. 1. B.CharY. ). Slolhie'DudJ. Ethel C. A. Xlelson.Mrs.. Reba Ritch. Mrs. Carrie \O. U Ward VV RWilliams. .

the men who did the cooking I i I Mrs. Dodd's children, Romesa i iI Alvarez. Kaif V. Mrs. 1. E. \V. O. (l'l) Holtzendorf. Ben Knight, Xlrs..N. U. Morgan Harmon P. Richard. Harriett Soto. K M. Wasdin C. .C.
I It. bWasdin
L.Albrecht. A. Sink Rudolph
,'tlvarez.Irs.I Kuby 1crosb Hartmann, LovreeHartmann. Clara Mae lnrgan.nnle lAurie n.dgralnnie
and and Danny, who left on Saturday Edwards. Wm. Knight. Jlrs RWinkl .
to those who served the 450 I I lrs.nna ) l-lll EddyHazen XelmaKldd. .Mitchell. Ell I R.djraLula Sink. Myrtle >

dinners as well a the ladies who Aug. 25. for 1 :1 A. Camp, in Anderson. Clifford U.Kishop. (Conner. I. .i-i.Carriet'rowSOfl. Epperson.Epperson.V.. \Dorothy v. J., Jr. Xlrs. I'laraIlolhno"wurth. Keane. R. G. Moodv Wile.. 1 (Tnru.. Sink DoraSchearer, Carl TT.Stefanelli Williams yr. Warren Fran i- \V\l.
made the delicious ; Rocky Bottom, N. C. They ; onner : Adtaidel'rowsOn. Edward. J. M. Ir. Kuld Eunice Xloodv. LulhT'Xlathia I I IR"w" Albert Williams, Jeanette
pies and cakes i except I I I. A. rs. I Kincaid. Mrs. J.ann.1.' J. SXlilton. I j HoWe J. H .
to be gone a week. KttaHeasley. Claude Lucille Hazen, XI. F. I Bitch Sc-hearer Jennie K- Williams. V> thor
for dessert! The weather Iro\lle. SolomonXlundorff. I I
was cool.. English. R. A. Webb Sirs
C. C.stalling" Aned
UertrudeL'urns Ke'enr. I Ritch. Ruby StallingT. i
1 colley. Car : Hastings. James Mrs Leona J. C.Xloorer. '; !lr.
and delightful, and everyone hada Mr. Hendrik Dmkla of Flora-, He""ieBar"toot. .V T. Jr. English. Leona Gtd I II"ull. H L. lrs. .Tacnueline I Ri.hard. J. )f Esther T. Wells Edna H..
Ch.m\ers. .
nice sociable time. i home was in Keystone Heights P. M. ,'hamber" Sara .B.rohley. Edwards wards, :lerril j Lewis D. Kilnjs\\'orlb Malone, Helen M. f Raymond. Suggs, XormanSuggs. Williams. Mad i.

business Bal ei.'it. Keai lrs. 1"1.COIrland. Ils. :ferri toward V E.Hazen George Malone Curtis J. I P.aj'mond. Ethel Leila Mae Williams. LottieWells.1

Kwwh PartySaturday __ on Saturday morning. Burne}'. (:..rge M" )lr! Mildred Edwards, Xlrs Carri\ L. O Kirkland Kopelousos.J. T. Jr. .Mitchell. ZellieXliilhofer Rosenberg, Samflosenberg. Scott, Sylvia John Hi nry

Mr. and Mrs. { Vernon Lee Armstrong of Miami RessentV.. A.. Jr. C0leman. :lack C. tI'ads.", ( Elin. I Ha/en. Xlrs. Frankie Kite. Louise H. Walter Xf I I FannieRosenberg. Smith, L. r'Juanita Warren Jr. Marvel
eveninJ. Delia Xlrs
O. L gave a beach-party is visiting his aunt and uncle, ,''l..nham.llruvtn, :I rl.XIr.V.Florence. A. K'Chilly('hittY., JamPC l\a L.Corhjin. Edwards Xlrs. B. E ,I Howard I Mrs. V. E Kelly. Warren Xlulhofer.Manning, Marion Mildred A. ,. [Rowland I*. B Smith Shaw. F. J. Warren Dock

for Mr. and Mrs Allen N. Dean Mr. and Mrs. Walter Forsythe of|, liCbsent, Mr*. MaryBurney. nohlY D.Chity. Knms. Mrs. :tnaI I Howard. Joe A. Kelly. 1.jIa. >. Moody, fldred UXlooiiy I.I Rowland Kuiey (XIn'.Shaw. .Mrs. Ida Mae Wise White., Thelma Olin VV J. .
Lake Geneva. : Mrs. Uladrslurney Clark. KennethColley. .Llrle. Iussel I I. Howard iteulabHarris. Libron Catherine J. n R ) Sasser. J. A.

who are leaving Keystone in early ,', I Mrs. G.! W. James II. H.Chasteln. A. I \\-. I'. Kaufman.}wcrsev John ".al.n Moore James T. n.bin..n. MvlnI Sew ell. lt"1 B. Wise, S. C.
Ronald Tipping llattie MabelItarkstlale. Mrs. Jamtl Ellington, -Mrs. Selma A. II Alice I IXlurrhee I I Register. Freeman. Jr.sSusftiw. 11 Warren SI. D.
September. All the staff members I' who is associated Edwards I len Kaufman. Xlrs. Moore. r1 Warren
Chit J. 31. Sirs XI .
('. G. ) J. I: Jr. S. \V.haves. Wm. T. i Roberts. RyRhoden. Swindell Jimmie IWillard. >
and their wives of with the Florida State Park ,:I liarksdale. Mrs. VirgieI'rj.in. 'hittY. nanI.1 F. Ellis, )Irs. XIable W. EHolton Wheeler, wood Francis J. TV. C. s\ld.1 Nellie 1 J. TV.Warren. .
Humphrey' ( Kersey. :Ior/ans
Gold Corp. were service has returned to Gold Mrs Julia i'ohlier.V.. O. }Edwards, E. A. J. C. Knight Hollis T.Kerrigan an ire, UXloore Robbins Irvin L.\." X. J. C.
im.ie I' Head I I 1"." n, GilbertHeaver. 'ohm. CI'die c\ards. lrs. Blanche Holland, Eleanore JosephKilngsworth Queen Esther Rhoden. ('Iarfnl' F. Smith l.rnie S. Warren, Muriel o
party. Weenies were roasted over Branch State Park after, Jerry' ( :111. F. Edwards Tommie F. Hutto. rarita ; C. Mae rn".rts. Leola F. Stansbury. 0. E. Weldon Steve A..

hot coals on the beach and there'I I several which years' absence, during! Hiifnrd.Uuford. Mrs.I:. C.Irma Carlton. J.Mrs.D.J. D. Eva Kdwards., Jack Mrs.Andrews Violet J. Hazen.Hough Elsie 1lrs.Ima P. Gus : .\arun.. Henry j_.'OrS .u-vi.Xtartin. C.1. Rosier.Hosier.: X lr". .X B. Jr.n. .Sanders\.at. Riley l"ra.'O Wigbam Jr. Sirs. Eula

was music and an almost-ful time he has been at High- Burne). Ida Mae Cre\\Carlton.s. Lester Tvre. Edwards, Gladys C. henry Xlrs A. II.Hutto. Kelly B.V.. Xlathews. Xlrs. Leona n"listfr. Xlrs. FreemanJr. Sauls Ja p.r Williams, HomerWashington.

moon. The climax of the evenine1'!'r lands Hammock State Park. He ITidges, Mrs.Heaver. Lilie Leonard! II. Kpps. Hilly. 6.Edwards. O P. Kelly.Kerr Charles J. Mathews Carl Sasser. I'. L.Soholl. \ Rooseit .:
.. c .
G. Leroy
SUMPUrow : Mrs. Coy e. Hobhs J. C. Chas. L. Mathews Bruce Bitch Ils. 1
was the presentation to the Dean's and nis mother Mrs. C. H Mess- '' nlee. J.V.. Cruce. Cora Edwards, Rica Lee .Hobbs, Gladvs Knight XIarco. Seymour R. Xlrs Ola MaeRandolph. Savage C. ,. Wingate. Xfturice

of a beautiful piece of luggage.-|Iler. will live at the Park but are '' lirownltf, Jun.- laker. Colsen Cohen ".. T.. Edwards Gladys U. | Hardy. Charles Klrklant Mrs. Nettle Mitchell. Ruthie Mae I A. RRedding. Savage. : c. T\ Wainwright Wise E. J.
I irdfn, V T- 1d\ards. Comer D. LovinRedding. Simmons. Ester Evelyn
XI. Moore, Nelson .
)11' ...
"not for going away.-but for'I currently with his sister, Mrs. !I Harden ira Mae Conwa Colsen. Thelma Edgar Xlrs Janet loldartlur X. KronenLurser.m.Ruth Xloore Xlrs. Doris Jewel F Smith Minnie \, Wise Chester L.

coming back." Bill I Hunter McEIrath until Rrown, H I'. ) J. A.Cohhin. Edgar JamesEdwards VirginiaXfacBlame Huberts.Margaret Smith. Bernie Weeks LeiU Mae
Siprelle made' their Cha.s.r.au. JI' larton. Kronenburger :
Wynn H. C.
: house Mr.Florence 0. Carolyn E. Gertrude R. E Roberts. Joseph XI.Ross. Sloan. Joe
the presentation is prepared for I' Br.\ Wiiam Edwards. Robert Wilma Wynn Lillie
and there were occupancy. I.ola hardy J. E. Pauline J. Xlersereau. Mae P. Dorothy Sloan. Carrie

other speeches by Herbert Nelson i, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Sawyer, and A.rshop.. I. A. Jr. (Cruin'arhel.. A i Eberle.; Hazel. Mrs.II.Judy I Hardy. Jn Ella Knight.Kaufmann. lone E. Manning, Ford D. lieu.... Joe ,"halfer.. .Margie I. Williams Ward. Mrs., TV. R
Rhoden. Lnnzv MiltunSinclair. Josephine
three children C.Ilarton. Jim Hudson. XI F. SrHudson. Elma C. XIanning Hester C. .
and R. N. Sunderland. Swimming are living in the H caleman.Cooper.curk. al .Edwards.Vayne D.Futth Xlrs F. Kaufmann S m Xlornson, Henry Roberts Joseph A.Hoherts. ;I Clyde TV.Sinclair. Williams, John \\c--
Kenis. 1.
I : ,
,' voluntary, and involuntary house which they recently I'ennett Louis J. Chas I.- SrI Fredrick D. Xlornson. .Mrs. HenryMontgomery P Ti Evelyn S. Icy
pur- Key.
chased from liishop, Mrs I II. "., Jr. Conner. J. I.ucian I howe ( nJHowe Norma David HXliller. i'I Roberts. Mrs. Beatrice. Dr. 1
was enjoyed '' Bollinger located A.Crews. C. A. Key. Julian P.Roberts. Reba Wilcox. Lttty l.eo
throughout the' liaker. A. I?. Harold I C. R. JrHone. InezKirkland Walter R. Roberts. *auls.
; Crews. Kelly
on Route 100 toward Starke. Baktr. Ruth H.I'uIlington. \\' ndiC. Butch Fernandl.'a Marion X Earnest Stiller, Charlotte XIXlontgomery. Xlurrell smith. S. J. Winkler Merry AWilliams. .

f\'eninJ. i Mr. Sawyer is J. I:. ,Conner. Doyle B.C,00er. .. Verdie S. I Hall. Jimmie Lee Kirkland VLlle i } Mae Theta F. Ross. Xlrs. Florence ;smith .Mrs Rhoda E. C.Williams. .
Services with the ; Isabella H. Xlrs. lola
Cun'h Wayside F.rnandez Raven, lulah mith Howard
Hides K I.. Jr. Johnnie Hutcheson. Elorv Perry Xlontieth. D. A
On Sunday, Sept. 2, the sen- Press, in Gainesville Their son I HiBK" Mrs. n. I... Jr. Connie M. Flynn reorge Florence B. rJ.rnwal. C. E. Kite. John Montieth, Xlrs D. AXlurphy. fluffin.t'altcr ,;Smith Beatrice XL Walker Walters Xlrs William II.

ices at the Mike will be in the I'Yoadvvay. Ruth fourth lI'nn. L. Veda Mae
Community Church I grade i Hroadua II r. rarter. George ILhampiol. I' Haen. V. Kel Allis Murphy, MaggIe j I Ruth M Sampson.; Harold
go on fall this year at while HIRRS. Hobert ( l.nrraine t t'rankln. John P. Hazen :1)e Martin, James i Roberts. Carl sRedgrave lampson. rs. Lillian Williams. L. &
\il sthedule. as follows s'hol J S. I (I.on. Kelly, Bulah I Williams
I <: J. S Sirs. Car i.eI.
ter. dauih- Blair Mrs. \V. .. DoflChan'Y. Hall Edward A. Walter M. Morean. James E 'arol'n I. __
: SundaS.hol at 9:45 and : Pennyil be in the liaguell, Kenneth L. ,i-hampion.. JJp.i Fogg Mrs. Millie J. 'utah I Uarn-...,,. trjHarrell .. King_ ..,.__._ n-. Moseley. Minnie Ola Roberts. r Riie Shuford, June II. .
( Fuller Xlrs. Bertha .Williams.
Curch Service at 1 a. m. Bobby will not be in n_ !Chnl' l.aKwell.' Cleo .-. ...n- ,\ Fogg, Jewett C.: E. 'I'' J. XIHarrell. KIng.0" Mays. Xlrs. D. II., Jr. I XlurrheeRuis. Sharpe. Xlrs. Florenc White, Mrs.Sarah Lucia

Mrs. being only B..ton. S. Jak on. Sr. -ocE.; L. } XIr<=. J. Lone. T. T. Xliles. B. F. Effie L.
Siprrlle Honored years old. Mis. Fowler :1. ( L.soisson. TVoner. Gerald C.TVoner .
: Sawy : Kurnham Pearl ('01. Mrs. Lola )1 Farris, Ian'ey Mae i Henderson. Mrs I E. Long. MyrwinLewiS Morgan, R. L. Ruis. 'I'i I. Soisson. r. Mrs.
er Linni. K. Magg.uA.
Monday moring. Mrs. A. L. is a sister of Mrs. Lawrence Hi'van, Wesley Covmgton.Cauffman. John Flynn. Vergie UFranns Henderson. E, E.Haisten. James Morgan, Mattie Jane I Rosier. 1J. Esther J. .
LaMee. I kitten. C. JoeovingtDfl. Julia L. L.Le0000 Murphy, J. E. Riphv. Schawb Edward
Danis the J Libby.
I'art.r. P.Francis Wilson Sarah
president of St. liattcn. F.Itarksdale Ethe1 )1. Holmes LrnnardHolton. iRigby. Mrs. D. L Virginia A.Stewart.
MarKaret EldaIndrum. Murphy Mrs. Margaret 'hawf.
| Mr and I n. Fred E.. Jr. 11 J. L. Williams, A. C.
William1' Mrs Kiohard Rllks. Jesse Elva
? Altar I Hi l Mrs. Frank .
G. Snellen .. .t I Farbtr. j. Q. II.Mullis.
Siel' Harl rs. BeatriceS. Wynn Xettie XI.
Mrs honore are back nark dah'. Barbara H.lirovxn. Patruia B.chitty. : Hutchings. K. R. T. P. A. i Raulerson Let oy Stewart. lions K.
Bill ', in Cauffman. :1: Winkler
C. Sue C.
Heights. W.
Siprelle. outgoing president !- and W IV. Mrs I Hutching.Annie Lndrum. XIullis. Polly M.MuIIins. | Rushing
at a : are in the Drown. F. Farber. f 1. Lloyd Maefliiks II. i j In.zPh'.n. Turner. R..y V. Williams, Melba L
morinJ coffee at her I\'ing Harvey Baxter Sherida F. Itandall n. Free. Vic. Long. Richard R. S. Juhinl.. Walker John L.
(I Hell. KthelHrvant Audrey I II. Doris Tison. SallieThompkins
A. Mrs. Laurie
home in :lelmsE on Lake Santa,; on Lake Brooklyn Mrs. Mableliishop Carlsle.. Clarence AN.colso l'rets. Mrs. Charlotte Hicks, !Xeta. LAwson.. Mrs. Ada Mullins.I. i, r.ulersoD. VlveretteHubert Lizzie Walker Mrs. John .
Robert Lawson
Fe Members of the Altar Society' Snellen has returned to her workat Xina R.l Mrs. Yvonne Firth. Manlyne E.B. Holmes Martin R Lewis. Mrs. Thelma L''1Iartn. Samuel J. I -. Marilyn Thornton. W. t Williamson., Mrs.OllieTVarren FIc.
Curtis A. X. X. -
were all invited to attend. the Bradford County Health l I.k.r. I.. Z.Rak.r V.Crews.. Foreman, Dolvin Hall. Pen F. Larantaux, Mrs. gee. laude E.Miiell I I Roberts Roberts. Carl S..Jr. Thomas.Thomas Mrs. It. A.Tht.ma. ence
I Mae napais Hall Thelma G.
Em Etta DyalLawson :
Edna Foreman. Thelma
Clinic Mr Estelie Weeks, David R.
in Starke. Rigsb.v. Eddie Robert
Personals Harti, lr". H. A. II. } I Hall June ELawson. Jr. L
CbSfldltV Mrs. Tillianis
I Barnes, A It.lu"CoOI. ( >e 'ieds. Carol Hall Jack W. A. (IRilrh. Hazel S. Tison. Mrs. Theo'Laura Lucius
Mrs Bill \ttmea Mrs. Lucille I
Cannon. Chandler P. D. TVarren
Mrs George Sarah hudson Alfred IT 11izel. Susie Mae RiU'*. J. TV.Robinson ) Joseph I IVVairen I'.
E. !
Sihaeffer Fancher. Mrs. P. D. Lee I. : J. W. Mrs. Gladys Betty E.
Mrs. Thomas.
Charles Hulen.1! Hivhup, Lillian M. Flume. F. F. i{ Hudson. Xlrs. Conne Lee. T. L.
i I'. DorothaNelle Waidron. Nora
Pr..wn.urge A. K A.. Jr. Hood. Lillie P. Xewsome. Edna Robert John Thomas, Mrs.
and all their children, were entertained j BIG! DAD Hennctt. Samuellhankenship. Da vis. 1:. M. Flume Faxon, Mrs.Hurdia D. I Hall. Sharon Long.Long. Eugene Marian }I. N'a.sworthy, C. II. Hasmussen. John Waters.TVaters. Os> ar R
Bessie I. I' Essi RajWbitehead.
b the men in their faml- : Mrs. Mar'Davis. Lee Ferryman Herbert Hardenbrook. Is-iah Labine. Mary lLabine. .. as\orth\ Elizabeth I Rosier, Margaret Thomas Cecil L. K.

lies at a fish-fry at Hulen's home I! HAPPENINGS t'arftrrnnkley. Darby. Charles Frankln.. Ptle G. I Holtzendorf. B C. Richard J. Xorris. M. Hobrls.. Maybelle Mrs. E. Thomas. Elizabeth rs.11.. I Whitehead. May..'
Roy C. t. U. } Jr. Lilar Norris, EllenNollman. .mU Sfn. Thomas :
on Lake. Santa Fe last Wednes-l I liowden. It J.n.d nmore. Annie F Faircloth.los, Mrs.J.Pete L.Faireloth G. Hardenbrook, Robert 1.ltl.p.Leggett Katie Mae TV. II. I Bertha Thomas, .. M. Williams William, John Clarence, Jr.

lay evening. The men cooked the 1) Joyce Cast Jen ,". Mrs Janet C. Davis- Lucille Ethel I I H.'Haris.. Lee. JoeLttu. =olman. Nellie II. : Reed.Reed G.H MRichards. L. Thomas Thom s., Mrs.Floy U.st( L Wilcox. A. E.
Hruwn. K.lYowii. Inca I. c Tobie TV. H. Jr. j
fish which lu'ie Davis. J. Fields. Maude S. James E. TE.., Jr. TV'licox. Mrs. A. E
had Torode
they i Elizabeth
caught for Fal. Iemur."t.erna Virginma M. J. T. Notgel.
Finzer. LVnedict Jr.ruuer Williams. Viola
l.wsln Rabb. Resale
I R.Newcomb Harry P
1 'Violalt.irry. Hall. Jessie Thomas
me occasion. \\'Ion. l ell. Damon Dora XIaeHochberger. XIr J. 1Lainas. Norton. !
> Lawson. .
-- Virginia K. ; Rabn. Nina K. ..,..*,,,<: firAf Nelle Wall. J. E.. JrTVaU.

Miss Pamela Carlton, from I ( !rum Lust ne 4 .) 11 I I .. Pram..s Andrew M.Barry. J.B.nn.t. .. Denmark.K.Imlq O.Duncan. Faulkner. Paul n. I Hunter. Xlrs. Adolph Sarah Margaret. Gust Newcomb. G.Libby S. Reddish Gary Ticker.' II:'K.Tucker Haiti M.
luin.-an. Faulkner Mrs. Irene I Lee
Tarksonvill was : Mr. and Mrs. Millard ovid D.J'nn"t MrK.. G. L.Finley. A. Thomas E.l Noegel. StanltJ S.oegel. Reddish Florence Mrs. II. t WillIams Magnolia
Keith Lewis.
visiting her of Williams L
M. H.
31. A. Royal. Leona, Thomas, N.
< raldnie
; S. .tobit Hankerson. .
friend ns" Susanne L Mee last Jacksonville! were visiting Callie Itvid. Krnest 1"arby Ittrbv., MrDinkm -=. Jean Cuss W. I llortnn. (811Hidebran. Saul 'fteett.. lola AddleUttle. Newman,J..el Albrt J. I Royal. Julius Jr. Thomas Ovid Williams L. Sirs. Sia..cWager

week. at the LaMee. home on Gainey and family Sunday. nrllg.'Irgi O. Mrs. 1 F.Th.lma Green R A. E. Linsin O L.I.insin Xe\1a. Mrs. Albert [Stump. F. F. Thomas A.Eva J. J. Cordon

i Ann Mercer IridK" Elzabeth C. ( ) Griffin. Mamie I n. Maxine Xlrs n. U J.Newsme.. Thomas ap TVainw
Brooklyn Lake. was visiting her j I Sapp. W. M. Frank t. right. Earl ilWamw .
Brown :lr. MargaietFfradley DinXins U F. Lloyd E I Harper, L B. Lewis. Elmer E. O. T. Thomas,
Iren J. K H.I C. right, lira.
Mrs. Douglas Danford and sister, Mrs. Harry Smith who W Dennis. J. HDesue. Green Floyd I I Harper. Mrs. Dorothy Lewis. Pace Norman, Maude ,I I Stump Eva Thomas Mallory Virginia L. Nora Lee
J L. Marie Ovid Thomas.
three a patient in St. Obey (Green Inez S. Lappe. R H. Norman, Wynn, J. C'.
children, of Jacksonvie. i Vincent's Hospital Bradley, Hladvs E. Oesue James Green Inez ls A. Hardenbrook. Essie Lewis. JeffLeonard. Newsome, Perr M.Xewsome I ISilcox.. J L.Sauls Thomas Walter Williams
ienowlng. Pearl Sadie T. Merritt jf
also in Gus> Thomas
Jacksonville Hrnoks.Vilhelmenia Mr rs
spent Fred
week Sunday. purden. Jolhberger.melia .
lat La Goodman. J. L. Whitehead,
i Sistrunk Joe XL Edmond D. Audrey ;
Flrooks. I( Wood E. J. Gene W. Tenly.
Mee home, visiting her friendj I Sorry to hear that Ruby Atkins Bell J. Austin ay Cleone M.Darbv Graham.Glasgow, Harold ( Hunt. Edward Lne.Curtis Mack T. Noegel Xoegel. Connie E. I Sistrunk. c. H. Tenly, Louise W. Winn. N. O.Wmn. .

Mrs Lawrence LaMee. was confined to the Bradford IN-11. Mary MIsryan Dowlng., *. Chas.Denmark. Griffis, J.W.W.H.. Jr. I! Hicks Mrs. V. S. Lee.t. Roselle I. Noegel. E. P. Silena.: CelenaSilcox Tompkins, Arsula Williams. Edna JL
I Earl Lorine
j Mai M. S.f. | Holland, Joe Edith Delia Tnornton. Elbert
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Steigr.er i County Hospital. Br> mer. Harry Mack Puwhing.Vihhiam. E. Gainey Griffis,. Mrs.irma JV.. : Hatch. Ruth Lee I>.wis., Albert Mrs. OHie Norman.Newsome. Jessie E. I Smith. Junius 1r.I Thomas. I. J. Waters, H. J.

and daughters Pamela and !I Two new in the shirt unit livrd. Addltrown. Itahmer. E. J. Griffis. Mrs. hlaine". Ruth p. Lee Mrs. Leone Nichols. V. A.ichol" .Swindell. Hannah Thomas. J. Jr. Wolfe Williams Melba E
grl ,
Esther I. I Sapp. Xlr? Susie
this A E. Jr. Bernadine hlaynce, Junior Robbie L. Lona Thomas 1.
week Griffis Julia Mae
Dahmer. Lowe
Martha Woods
of Miami Stern Alfred
recently spent 11dre Woodburn E. : W. B. T. M
Bennett. A. Rhoda Donald Thomas.
Hudson Betty
1 Stanley) Dampier _Z Uereea. ;I Lee Eugene PalmourLee. Neck Wood-
fales. Stern Mildred
two weeks Lois Those Kennett. Anne Mae L Hall. H. Jr. Thtressa Turner Robert TThi&pen. L.
in Leroy
Rn ixaie
Mr and Mrs. Guy the nixnn. Xlrs I L A. C. Norman.
\\it 1 Rrown. Lena.Hadman. Irs Lucille H. Hall. Peggy Anne Smith. TV. P. Jr.Silcrx. L Jr.Tboma. Thomas B.
dungaree unit Dennis. Mrs. 1)rtleK. II. Lewis Ovid G. \
M. Carter Jr. who have beenwith are Jane Graham Alice F. Irs Henry Woods Erin
Buh Emmaflagefl. Haas, W. 5. Vnltn ._.. t.
( Mrs Ovid G.
Dons la&hin, Henry L.ieorge. Lewis "u. ...,. Williams
Mrs Carter's mother, Mrs. i, Nipper and Annie le Donald F. fowling, Ernest J.. Mrs. Haas. 3.lrs. Petty Allen Nolin.: Mrs. Tomn.io ea yip. s.sSilcox. ve, V n. James F.Yonug. .
j : Prown. M. F.Blankizuhip. Ida I.gget. Lacy Minnie L.Thomas. .
Sweat. Horhberger. Tyus
Jr. I' Amelia Norman A.
iriffis Russel
Elizabeth Holmes. this i Henry E P Sassee. Mrs. II. Theodora
summer. | Lawrence Doyl'e. 31. Marvin Della R.
Mildred r. Lewis. Xoegel.
Estelie Grider. Rufus H. F Searing. Yancey, ii
The Carters. formerly of Miami,I Padgett gave a big R Dovle. Jefferson l>. Godwin. T. Hes. CharlesHampton. Lee, O. \'. Norman, Muriel S. I'erkinsSpaks. Mrs. Eunice Thomas. Prnice \T. Yancey, sirs.A.E.

are moving to Jacksonville this i birthday dinner for hubby Lloyd Blankinship. Mrs. Fran.'Denton, Mrs. Willie Gardiner,Henr. Minnie Flvaifankerson Lee, Winnie I. Noegel, Mary E. S. E.llcox. Thomas. Annie James C. Yawn, Tfttron A.A.
(.is c. Edwin E. Thomas
D Mae D. Lewis Ruby North.
last Yawn. Lila
| Sunday. nolmg.! H. OIMhnger. Dampier. U. C. Howell. R. Cain North. Margaret E. Mary Franis Thome D. L.Thigpen Rae
fall.Mr. GlasgoW. Helen E. P Ioonard. Silcox. J. YoungJesse
B. j Love
I Mary G. Howell Xlrs. XLIdi--i
Alton .
Dobbs. Pill .Noegel. Mrs P.
Herman I.inE. Young
Mrs. 1 Nina
and Bob Whitaker Spark, Xlrs. S E. SL
,,, RurtonV.. C. 1 "bbs. llaDrhgfrs. I Howell Elsie Lame. Donnie Mae Thomas Eddie
: and family 1' Carrie B.I Griffis. E. L., Jr. Ho-well, Walter Silcox Xlrs ';ladvsStrlngfellow. Thomas. Mallory Jr. Yeomans. Sirs. Eel-
from Virginia are C A. Gill. Prescott M.Harst Lovell. (I. L.Lovell Olsen, Bertie "
Ot'LL LOVE the Ester- I Brown, Uttty Ann trs.Ida I Carl Olsen W. G. Thomas LeoraTomlinson Tartorough. David,
! pending about six weeks withMr. \ j i Dyal. Gresham Xfattie U. Lucille TiusIvrstret. Stringfellow I, SL
- brook '. Irs. Xfazelle Xlrs. Xlrs Joe
\\ J. Jr.
pur fountain in Dndd. Gresham. I Hurt I.ennon John ( B S.
Mrs I I !Ie pens (Carlton Fred Morgan II. Jack XIabe Joe P. Yarborough Luci!:&
Harry Blank Mrs W. J Jr. i Lennon Mary Annie! Tomllnson
an pro. nod 'eiger, O C.Ireeri. Onrstree. Ton
pastrf $t.8 at Brad CanU\a. Levv ACanova Hazen Clara Sale, }IrDrrothy Jack L. Paul
prieters of the heOy 1 O. \\ ( Robert T Lane. J.hn II.Loudon Own TV. EOwen. Trawlck, Yon
G. CleoZepp.
j Lakeside Restau. : ford County Telegraph. Cleinons, M.na AFrcraa Drggcr1Amel.a i.'. ilreen. Gladysodw.n ,i I Holley Aaron IIi Elois. TIxiwell. rs Clara Mae I Sale app. Guy Fred If. Trawick Jane A.
i Hankerson Lizzie Twining, Howe
IK-uc, Luke Mrs. E SfLauramore Owen Virg*]
John 31. 'Henderson. W. V. !app. XIr T.ua! Mae Tomlinson, Roy Mrs. Elan a
EU Owen
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:your sons. I necessary to readjust and try to For :2 Members of the County I your answer or pleading to the complaint I cannel V. H.'lch. 403-A Main St., 'before the 17 day of Sept.. 1956; l graph.
Board of Public
j i improve himself. Instruction on the Plaintiffs Attorneyi Daytt.ia Leach Fla. I otherwise the allocations of said I Pat, d this Hth d.1).g. .-*.
r To me, football isn't just aj I For Justice of the Peace In and I i Fred Kutl.r, 1309 Barnett tank (Attys. for Plf. Sli 4t 9.7 Complaint will lie taken as confessed 1956.i .
for the following Districts, Viz: I I ., Jac!.. l.nlUe 2, Flcr.da r by
game to be won or lost. It's a I| The possibility of injury 1.8 andBldg. the original In the office of !! OTICE TO APPEAR 1 you. i (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby,
This notice be i
published Clerk of the Circuit Court
is For Constable !In and for the Clerk of the Circuit Court In nrl'ulrlurt.. Bradford once
the fol-
j extremely remote. We have on or County each week for 1
deeply meaningful experience in lowing Justice DIHnct11 before the Florida In consecutive Ky Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
1 8 Caancery.Theresa
the best equipment available for weeks in the Bradford County Tele- I > 17HThaf8 y
In Testimony Whereof. I 17 day of September, 1S56;;
the ;
lives of growing youngsters. I' _H. Sander, Plaintiff, ts.
your son's protection. I personally have hereunto set my hand ,otherwise the allegations Of said George Sanders. Defendant.
During the coming months and affixed the Great S.al ,Complaint will be taken as con-1
Coach LennardB. your am a stickler for [ Case 101".9attre
High conditioning of the State of Florida, at oy you. Xo. Our BusinessIf I
Register has addrtf'tl the fol- son will be required to follow a j I and can assure you that your son I Tallahassee, the Capital,Messed notice shall be published i i I :\ To Appear
1 this the 23rd day of July, once each week for four consecutive | To: George Sanders, chose residence It's Glass We Have It! I
: strict set of rules. He will either will be in top physical condition weeks and address is unknown.You -
lowing letter to Bradford parents, '' I A. D., 1956. (i in the Bradford County Telegraph -
abide by these rules or be dis- for every game. However, in order I K. A. Gray. I are hereby notified that a I CALL WRITE or VISIT
in the interests of football .trainIng :Secretary: Of, State. I I Dated this 9 day of August, 1956. suit for divorce I
|I missed from the team, thus experiencing -I I i to do this, I will require him to I Silo it 8,31 i (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby :ha. been filed against you In the
as a \ehiile for better citizenship the discipline so essential -. work hard and he may come home i Clerk of the Circuit Court ,':'above named Court and cause and Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR
: i in a democratic society. ]' dead tired at times. But I NOTICE TO APPEAR By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk 'you are required to serve a .
j even
ID Circuit Court Bradford j S/17 4t 9:7 !copy of your answer or pleading to
Dear Parent I What's more, your son will frame i j|i this I believe is better than having Florida la Cfcancery. County' ,I the complaint on the Plaintlff'i( ANY GLASS NEED
la Circuit I I
these rules Jeanne \\'. Adams, Court Bradford County Attorney fha* R He c, 204-c"
themselves, as well as him ride around in cars or plaintiff, vs. I Florida In PtP We Design Modern Store Fronts
Why should your son play foot- Mark E. Adams Defendant. ; Chancery. 1 Guaranty Life iildg Jaki"n\ lie ,
the punishments for infractions, j!: hang around in until Gerald P. Martell. Plaintiff. Ruby Florida 50
ball" What good does football affording another lesson in democratic -' hours. gangs late I .totic'. To d.. ...... Case Xo. 152S I iTo |Rae MarUll, Defendant. '''and file the original the office of Just Mail Us A Pattern foe I
do him' He comes home late for!I : Jea-nne--Adam": and Samuel I case :;o. I17 ,t> the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I Table Tops
action. Order Of Pu
meals he's busy after school and The coaches at Bradford High ''South Elbert; Grande Adam, Avenue whose address, Los Angeles is: 119 ( Appear: State Of Florida.Notice To: To 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 24353HUNDREDS

<-ant earn any money, his timeisn't Your son will learn: 1. That I School are determined to implant 1!, California. Ruby Rae Martell, whose residence _. .-- -- -
I' and address Is: Unknown.
ms own, he worries about he must get along with his teammates a high standard of moral You are hereby notified that aj i: You are required to appear on
I petition for
winning games, he comes home 2. that he will have to and social behavior in the ath- 'decree of divorce modification has been of a final filed ]Sept Court 17 and 1956, in the above named I COLONIAL e.
herein I
i cause plaintitf
dead tired. I work hard to make the team, 3. letes of our school, and it should '|against Court and you in the above named seeks divorce. |
cause and >"u are re-
I that things won't always go his ': be to know !quired to serve a copy of your an- ', Bradford County Telegraph hall
Is football worth all this sacri- reassuring that your, publish this Order m next: four
and 4. that the swer or pleading to the complaint '
way only way weekly issues.
fice and effort These are questions -,' (: son will be associating with other on the Defendant's Attorney Theron I' Witness FLORIST
to these Isi my hand and official: sealat
prevent setbacks (I (IA. Yawn, Jr.. P. O. Drawer 791,
that run through every par'nt's Starke, }Florida, this Sth August,
through finding out what caused i boys behavior standards Stark Florida, and file the original 1956.
{ mind. As a coach, I feel obligated I Jin the office of the Clerk of the'
to them and then trying to eliminate approximate his own. Some of Circuit Court on or before the 24th'' (OFFICIAL SEAL) I, PHONE 218 of details are managed and economic-
answer them. And I I Charles A. Darby,
them by self-improvement. sons will be able to obtain day of September, 1956; otherwise | As ally attended that trained and
believe I have the answers, ans- your the allegations of said Petition will' Clerk of said Court. V only a

swers which I've thought out for Your son will learn that difficult i a free college education through lie This taken notice as confessed shall by you. 'Charles Ry Marian R. (L.less.04 Crosby:! ,Guaranty Deputy Clerk Life !I t careful organization can attend when

believe I have the answers, an- (I 1:, situations and setbacks are in- I' athletic scholarships. But even .'once each week for four be consecutive published il-ldg.Attys., for Jacksonville 1'f. 2, Florida.S/17 4t i, () the urgent need for serving is at
weeks in the Bradford !
if the least talented of sons County Tele-i I hand.DeW1TT'C..
my own son were concerned. j evitable. that he must learn to your .I graph. ', I

Believe me, I'm deeply aware 0: I take them in stride, that it ( will profit by the lesson in democratic I I,I Pated. this 15th day of August, III Circuit Court Bradford County !! FLOWERSFor
I> '
]g5 Florida; In I hanrrr .
the heavy responsibility investedin I doesn't pay to feel sorry for him- living engendered by athletic I (OJo OFFICIAL SEAL) I Case? No. 10-173S ,i

me in the care and health of I I I self when they do occur that it is '; competition. !I I Charles A. Darby ;'I'Raymond S. Worth, Plaintiff.s.. All Occasions
I Clerk of the Circuit Court I( Grace S. Worth, Defendant. t JONESPhone
: Speaking for myself and the 8/17 It 9,7 Order Of rubllcnlion and notice To.lpprar '
: Mate Of Florida 'lot 1 I ___
; rest the j
coaches. I want
you Grace S
whose residenceand
I to feel free to contact any of us I IB Circuit Court Ilradford County, address is unknown. PLANTS Funeral Director Ambulance Service
FUriiint In Chnnrrrr. | You are required to appear on 17
7:30 P.M. USO Building 'on any questions pertaining to Carl Edward Tarolton Plaintiff! vs. (i September' 1956, In the aboxe named POTTERY Our local funeral home enable. as to offer convenience anti
j your son or our football program. Mary Agnes Tarult! n. Defendant (:Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I
ADULT I it will be Case No. 10-1737 seeks divorce, care, custody, control' services sot ott rw1*. available.
EDUCATION PROGRAM i, hope possible to meet Notice To Appear ,.of nimijr children.radwrd Flowers WiredAnywhere
the parents nf every boy on our To: Mary Agnes Tarnltnn, whose i! County Telegraph shall .
This residence and address is1419 Tulane publish this Order m :.t\t tuuiueekly
Announces ; squad. however is up to the | '
f Drive, West llvatts-wlle, Mar) Issues. We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and
parents themselves. I hope thisjl: land. Witness my hand and off ...il.pa i !
EVENING CLASSESFOR letter has answered some of your You are hereby notified that a ''at Starke" Florida, th.a nil .\ "grit, accept ANY life insurance policy In force, Issued by ANT
suit for divorceas 1';Ii. Nona St. Starke ia in full funeral.
company aa payment part or on a
questions. I hope it has clearly been filed against you IB tk* (OFFICIAL SEAL)
ADULTS (IS and over) and VETERANSSee explained my feelings and the policies above named Court and cause and L'li.irlt" A, Darby, Consultation carries so obligation.
you are required to serve a copy cf As. Clerk of Said C, irt. -
( Xote Below -
) of our coaching staff. In closing ,

I'd like to relay one parting
SCHOOL CENTERS: (White) Bradford County High School and
USO thought: The juvenile delinquencyrate ---------------------------i---------------------------- ,
among high school athletes is I
(Negro) K.J.E. High School of Starke. practically zero! I I

ENROLL NOW (State Your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Choices) I.Sincerely. B. ra.. I I
Write Adult Education Program. Box 1190 Starke.
Head Coach
Visit the Southeast Wing USO Building Office (rear of I I

building). .... YT9yyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

REGISTRATION FEE $2.00 per da..'. Students "ill furnish I
material PINE' LEVEL i
STARTING DATE Tuesday, September 4, 1956. Classes maybe liy :Mr. H. :\, !MrltneAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 1i I 3 FOOD

started at any time in any subject providing the group i I Ii I r

for that subject is over 15-members. ------------------------i 1 11I
I (llelil from last week.) I II I
J, .\ I
COURSES (leadingto We't're I
glad to have our pastors -

High School Diploma). I wife, Mrs. W. E. Hall, and I II ..:. .

Mathematics English, Science, American History-Govern I her sister, Mrs. Vera

ment Spt't'ialrea..... with us at church again 1fitChell// "HANDIES"I kI I II

Classes in this program Hill meet regularly Monday through day night. They have been missedat

Friday. Tao section Mill be established upon sufficient I church so much because of I

demand. Classes in each subject will last for 3-hours each. illness of Mrs. Hall.
I Mrs. R. R. Crosby I

2. BUSINESS COURSES (To \* arranged) I ter. Elaine visited her son-in-law'' I H o o 'w I

Typing, Bookkeeping Shorthand. General Business, and and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. s .
others. Shanley; in Green Cove Springs j! I I
last week. for a lazy !

3. MISCKI.LANEOUS CO.URSES (Suggested) Mrs. E. H. Regan and children I I

Arts and Crafts Blueprint Reading, Community Choir, and her mother. Mrs. W. E. Ed- I I

Conversational Spanish "Do-it-oursclf" dJ.,' Dramatics, i mondson of Sanford. visited Mrs. i| I

Decorating Homemaking Hume Nursing, Great Books I R. R. Crosby and family last 1I

(World Literature), Leathernorking. Mechanical Pruning, Sunday afternoon. Richard Ed- 'i I Labor Day : !

Public Speaking, Radio & Tand others. 'I mondson of Miami is visiting,'

GearalJ and Ronald Crosby this | .
Under No. 2 and No. 3, the starting time the length of the week. | I I I

class, the evening, and the duration ill be determined by the Visitors of the H. M. McRaesj: I I I

group enrolled. during the week were Mr. and I Barbecued Chicken Legs-A crisp, sizz'ing: drumstick in one II
: Mrs. A. F. Hall and I I
family. Hiram hand a bottle of ice-cold Coca-Cola in the other-pure bliss!
NOTE TO VETERANS: Those eligible for training benefitsunder I Ballard, and \V. E. Hurst, all of'' I I

Public Law 550. will receive monthly payments accord- Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. I I Spice the chicken legs with barbecue sauce, broil 'til they crackle. I

ing to whether single married or with dependent If you have I W M. Reynolds of Miami. i I Serve with the world's most popular refreshment-sparkling II

not jet applied for training, see your County Service Officer Mrs. Arry Browning is seriously I Coca-Cola. I

Mr. A. L. Crosby, Jr., at the Starke Armory. II ill at her home due to a nervous

condition. We wish her a speedy ;
I I recovery. ..t - - - - - - ; - - - - -- - - .

Yoeman 2-c Edwin McRae and i i I

family of Charleston, S. C. are I I
i I
visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs I

NEVER BEFOREfRIGEDSOlOW J.v.. McRae and other relatives I I II
here They were honored with a I

family dinner last Sunday. I Ifr. I

I I I Ir and Mrs. A. J. Fender and II

l family visited relatives in Orlando, I i'I' .
Tampa, and Lakeland last week-, r rr :

f end, and were accompanied by II
ri : i
their niece. Betty Joe McKinneyand I 1. d-y-

daughters of Tampa, and a .

REFRIGERATOR FREEZER80POUND nephew David Fender, of Orlando. .

Mrs Robert Myrick and son I II

and little Robert Taylor of i ) II
tee visited the H. M. ii iiI

i- d.t Monday Kathy is spt'ndingthis. i

week with her cousin. Delore.sHall ,

TIUEZEIO in Jacksonville while Robert !

r ._. DEGREE FlEEZtt Taylor is visiting Billy Myrick. I I, d: :Ma t +.. -' z ; '; I ( ,.iI1 Ii I I



TilE RIGHT POINT for the 1 I

way you n rift'. Come in and se- I i iI

ROTH fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.on I I i;J P l I

T) 1 + t / I
4 It 1
> ( r. (.P ELECTION I II
'I to.:H IT K.VOW.V:; :; THAT I. P., A.I'iIV I 'a w SY x41 / +
$38265 MONDAY! IN un mEn. A. nj i
TilE!j.'I,;. THE SAID TUESDAY BEING I. : Beans-b -Bun-Good eating-man-sized! Split and toast buns. I Dunking Salad-Dip and devour! Have a crisp array of carrot, II

,111 :M\TII 1) IY ,OF NOlF.MBF.il !. Stow a hearty bean filling inside-baked beans with relish or I celery and cucumber sticks, Chinese cabbage endive and other
SNEIYES Prv-idvnt .f the United State I I
R[ Ol' Urvl KG\ h bed atYost and your old refrigerator StdttS; K'>rae" 1'rvMilent of the United ., I kidney beans, ch-li-style. Be ready with lots of ice-cold Coca-Cola. I raw vegetable favorites. For "dunks"mayonnaise spiked with I

ell t IMs,rtip' For I'mtPd States Senator from'. I It's a real great "good-times" drink! For meals picnics parties- I dill or chives, cream cheese whipped with bleu. Set off your salad
merabl* end Adjuttabl 0 *rAutomatic i tli.> State of FloridaFor I
CH\lD\ SAFE shdrn Representative In Congress of I keep plenty of Coca-Cola on hand! I with the sparkle of Coca-Cola.
wn H ] the Mh Congressional 1I
I..II.r ConditionChttt ; District
DOOR */ .
\\c Fur Four (1) Justices of the Su-
mtNt., tN, e.\etI. Comportment, movable pro n.*. Court I I I
,.... .1 ': Ittclt !
r.'I"of I..nI". .... t.14 Automatic Egg Inltrior lighting Fur F.ir Governor Secretary cf State i I. _ _ _ _ rrrrrrrr _ _ _ .. _ _ _ .II
Fold-Away Bottle" loch For Comptroller ': I
HOME Of Juice Can For Commissioner of Agriculture:
Dispenser end Ice
For State 1
C 1It. Cream RackS For Attorney Treasurer General I I' Coke best :
For Superintendent of Public! Instruction puts you at your sparkling ;

.. the Complete Line of 1956V G-E For Railroad and Public Utilities: i .
Refrigerators Mix Match Colors Commissioner -' It.
For State Attorney Sth Judicial f -
Circuit I
For State Senator for 15th Sen- j!
ator.il District I
For 1 Member of the House cf
Representatives I

For For County Clerk Judge of the Circuit: Court 1 I

G.1. MCGRIFF For Sheriff I I e 1I
For County Assessor of Taxes
For Tax CollectorFor I
County Superintendent cf

; GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Public Supervisor InstructionFor of Registration Bottled under authority of The Coco-Colo Company by STARKJS COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. I

i r Starke Fla. For For County 3 Members Surveyor of the PoarJ cf. U -- .. .C....-n.r.11-. *<>"0...-.*. 'OM n..Coca: -<:ol la C_p.., !
County Commissioners - rrr rrrrrrtr - - - - - -- - -. f. rrrrrrrtt r -


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rows. He stopped leaned againstthe I SP-3 Leroy C. Glisson recently j i Di\'T1. F.MF.Francisco. l' 1 i
Just How Is A Goose ? I
discussed the use Silly landed '
hoe and we 1\\ in Fairbanks. Alaska Ca'.ifOTICT5

of cover crops for land building. SERVICE MEN where he will be stationed for IS _-

Quince stated that he planted I months He will be glad to hear > TO U'.'" \n
the last Just how silly is a goose"National who railed us the next day and 1 IB Circuit Court Bradford I ruirI'Iorfdat
Ptnata Giant Crotalaria from friends at the following .
cultivation of his corn and thatit Geographic magazine ,aidCome get them. They have address: SP-3 Leroy Glisson. RA14ri52.m i: Whirrett IB ChamerrJfar Car .
1 recently asked this question and eaten every stalk of corn, and it 1 Thomas Cannon: D.'f. I l. '.
= SOU OUR STRENGTH = is coming up and looking good.J 1I ; ( Sv Btry. 15th FA Bn.. 1'1 '. '
I then rushed to the defense of the .t..10':11: a foot high, too! I .
.t 1'0 E31. Seattle. Wash. %tlre T tppeiiri.
I once-popular barnyard fowl that Feet Too Big j To Th.-ma C.i:
Soil Conservation S. Eunice Jr. used the Distl'wt' I ) Arthur T I Butch i Luke i? Cpl Alfred E. Glisson. wants d 'n.*** and addrt--- N
down I' :!Uc
has been libeled throughthe ; geese in your berry I .
moW' j You hereby
NEWSBy jotocycle mower to centuries by the popular f *, !P e n' it is said "and let them being trained in the Slink Record his friends: to know that he is -uit f .r are di".ebas i
the weeds and tall grass in I .
down .
Hill Haas I pression "Don't ':Ie silly a, l'X-I' 3' t '!'itweeds.. Then later, you | SupplSpecialist course at getting a discharge the last of ah.>\'e been name filed I Court a't'. '

-- his pastures. I II goose." 1: ; 4i rr tic! geese!" Sounds great I Francis E.V'arren Air Force this month after spending three \ .t: .re required' .
I ; R Base in He the your answer or p- : "
A goose isn't sillv at :t.: .- 1'i I I + ..I'.. : t it": II i Wyoming is .
of niint
Foster Sni Smith chairman year in the Marine Corps. He on the 1'1.! \
farm plansveie
Soil vaiion brother of Brad Locke
consei of
for the National Geographic and [I'" :MU, ;i I:,,' h"I : v raisers in Bradford .Dan.: 1. A. Jap.-: .
\ prepared for the arms of the Board of Supervisors and attended Bradford High spent H months! in Korea and is !: : 0..- .' '. .
to several U.S. farmeis wlm! ni d' i .
Conservation District. -i (cm'it-! apparently have enoughl1ics aT'1 t' "n". '' "
Henry La port and A. J. Berry. Bradford Soil ganders they claim tend! SII,..',, School before entering: the service -j' now stationed at Camp Pendle-I the Clerk of th'; '.:.
!: : i : u.thout
While discussing the farm plan brought back some King ,,,,,, adding new ones. After graduation he will : ton S. C. lor before the
from Oklahoma. ;, In each case, the not-si"--lh: .1" "I 1 wmildn let one of them bigPI It' d'uf "l'">
he Ranch Bluestem
he remarked that assume duties with the Air Foce .' '
with Henry --
the :
different leads the flock to water! and : H.n> ;' .i-i 1 1 io.il\ things even near 1 l otherwise :,, : .. .
is getting good results with his'I Thi; grass will be planted in I my :( in his field of specialty. Sgt. LeRoy Randall Martin who Complaint will '
returns it to pasture. the "II i I'd II"u.. .
I'littr one farmer exclaimed.
the in the county to see I I:1 I enlisted .
places the
pastures "'You have to feed : -- I in Marines in 19.14is This notice shi':' "
will in this area. zme says. "\'. :i\ i: I did they'd stomp i I ,' once earn week f.T f .
.if it
grow now stationed Hawaii.
Mill if you want to get anything I i M Sgt. DeWitt C. Padgett, son in The ;
I I weeks the Bradf d I
As further of flosl'.I1t.'l.! u: tin I and mash the and in
out of it," he said. .\. J. Berry \s (i proof plants ,i: of James Padgett of Brooker. son of Mr and Sirs F. A. (Pete lMartin I .graph
Earned ligence. National Gen aphll vr t tr? angel there'd be nothing of Sta'ke. ho Pt'ri 1"i> s t3\ \
based rotation Award -r,1" was
crop Safety i piomot-
planning a grass t recently left Fort Rilev. Kansas OFF"'J.T,1 rl!, "' \ ;
system on his farm He is ; hacks back to Biblical times and ilk !loir I Ito help'pro'ide ,ed! to sergeant): 1 .>* June Ilia address ,c"!..rk "r p,- "
By Humphreys At that it the excited A support for teams. I5y :ilaria"! L C'.,,', N '
also to plant food stripsfor reports was In more recent articles advocating is 11 :..1 lc.n': :"Idf! : tr i }
planning firing in the National rifle and)
gabbling of Rome's sacred geese the use of the unpopular
quail. Trail Ridge UnitAt pistol matches at Camp Perry,
I i
from their home in the Templeof goose as a weeder. some notes of
Quail are an important agricultural Ohio. A platoon sergeant in th?
crop. In addition to pro- !i 12 noon on Saturday. Aug.'' Juno that aroused the Eternal ONE' or TIIK rr.\v GEESEremaining caution have been added Xow. division's Co. I. Sgt. Padgett entered NEED CASH? -- $50 -- $100 -- $300
at City's defenders in time to rout i ii it is recommended that only
viding food and recreation, they 4. the empluyees Uumphreys in Bradford County i the Army: in 19 IS and run
help with crops by eating wet'tl' Gold Trail Ridge plant achieveda i the barbarian Gauls who invaded \ power warily in the arms of young geese be used because they j pleted basic training at Ft Juk- PROMPT COURTEOUS CONFIDENTI
Odd'1 811 without a ma-J Italy in 390 BC.Goo have smaller feet .nd it is also
seeds and injurious insects. goal of days : her mistress, Norma Stephen Son S C. His wife. Rasa :Lye;
areas, such as fence corners, and jor injury. and are eligible for the
bare strips between fields and General Managers Prize accord- Great claims are also made in \I :Mr. uni :Mrs. :sid- enough to keep them in.

woodlands make ideal spots to ing to an announcement by E. C. I the magazine article concerning: "t"pht'nhu lire near RrooU- Hut judging/ by the reaction in News has tecent'b': ic- 21S W. Uni\ersily Ave (Phone FR6-5333;

plant lespedeza for quail food. I Weithel Jr., plant manager. I the crop-weeding activities of : IT. The :Stephens report this particular area the goose sewed (..nn'rningtwo "I1" ,,c Mi: : Gainesville! Fla.

During the period starting May there areer 35.000; geese in population is not in for any spectacular and :Mis Albert Oli.M nn of Stark '
National Geographic: i
Marklee Starling used the Dis- : 13. 1931. the day following the geese.: Says- T."a.Iwr... they are used to ;\ SpUl t. within the foreseeable -
.. ..
tnrt's weed chopper to cut down \ plant's last disabling injury more 'Be'ausethey are finicky any se-I 1.1)| \\eeds out of cotton. Theyh.tte i future.Elsewhere .

the old crops to get his land readyfor than 931.000 accident-free exposure 'i lective about their food geese three geese, one a gander, j folks may think th "HANDY n ft T

job turning.of turning"You your can do land a better when ;I Weichel hours have said. been accumulated -'! are Hundred excellent of thousands at weeding of crops.them I and a couple of goslings." ,1 i goose of the is barnyard the Phi,Beta and Kappa the greatest ku d FLAME BUM T LED GAS S E R V ICECOIPLETE

von chop it first," remarked If employees continue to oper tend cotton fields, nurseries and I berries or young trees. \ little weeder ever created. -
ate on an accident-free> basis un- blueberry and strawberry patches ''II All this high-sounding talk all '
Maiklee. \ 1 but around this neck of the wood: BOTTLED GAS SERVICE FORe
til some time in September 1957, from Texas to New Jersey. Their l 1 most persuaded The Telegraph'that i ij i ii I
Quince Rosier made a request !I I they will be eligible for an even employers claim they eat crabgrass j i eeese should be treated with I II II i. folks them,aren't if at thinking all. and are much still abou r t- COMMERCIAL HOME OR FARM USE

for a complete soil and water i| greater award, the President's Bermuda grass and even I new-found respect. But on the |:1 lying on the hoe to get rid of
conservation farm plan. I came Prize which will be given to each saw-edged Johnson grass without j other hand could SO million !

upon Quince working some cane employee. ever touching the 'otton plants. I j people who still think geese are weeds. SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY

I sillv be entirely wrong? In an ef- j Especially, the Bakers who liv DIXIE GAS RANGE AS LOW AS. $89.95
'at Lake Geneva and whose
fort for all.to settle we determined the issue once to interview and-I ion of geese is about as Iowa!' t he 20 GAL. GAS WATER HEATER AS LOW AS $89.95

:1 water level in the lake. APPLIANCES OF ALL KINDS
goose-owners and ask them
: is it true what they say about { Other berry growers ;n in isIS _

NEW RCA WHIRLPOOLFREEZER ,, geese' Are they silly or not? :. area have been equally vehemer HARRY C. ELROD FURNITURE COMPANY
Hard To Find about the use of geese as weeder S'I

The first major difficulty encountered although the picture that 21S Temple Aye Phone .t:<

was in finding a goose.Onre painted about them sounds vet y Lowest Prices Easiest Terms

a familiar sight on almost enticing.
1 1'I
every farm the bit birds now

seem to be as scarce as hen's teethor I
holds all the perhaps we should say ,

geese teeth. Cows. yes. Hogs
most certainly. Chickens all over'\
Tired of
the (country (especially in the promises

roads i turkeys, guineas even I

food buypays some ducks but geese well,
bargains can

you i'I just Finally try and out find near one Brooker! three I

fine specimens were discovered

for itself with the food money you save! I I but as mittal stupid to their, whether or and not.owners had their no were firm geese non-'om-\were \j that don't payoff ?

\nd as for geese being good at

r Lr, weeding strawberry patches .

well you can take that with a

s grain of salt, according to the experience -

of the Baker family who THEN TAKE A LOOK AT THIS :

live on Lake Geneva It seems I

they heard this propaganda and

decided to give it a trial. Here's
the sad storv. in their own words:

"Our advice to anyone who I ,
.' \J / .:3 even thinks of putting geese instrawIxrrv a I
... ... \ natch to keep down |
weeds! may be summed up in one '!
}<<.':< .. / t,1
... ., word DOXT'! I i
; Not Particular ; I ;

... .' '. "\\' fell for that line one time .,;; --
t .JJtuT.
J .
and bought seven geese and agander -

and put them in our berry .'.. J ,,
a JZl.- -
catch Well the doggone things .

ate the nlants first, and then the

weeds We had a nice two-acre

bean field with the plants about

four inches high which we had

.. nlantPd with almost our last: dol- .

Jar We wok up a little late oneSundav LUDA

morning, and went out

to gloat over our fine bean hills. I

Those cussed had flown ,
'.. {
ovpr the fence and had bitten I

i, .' each bean: plant off at the ground, II I We're selling the finest car in its fieldTHE BIG M. We're
< and it was a high fence, too. .

r "We gave: the geese to a friend. selling it at a fair pricefair to you, fair to us. And the actual

i :NOTICE TO APPEAR cost of THE BIG :M is less than most so-called "deals." We're
t ',, ',. la Circuit Court Bradford Coaitr,
... ..
Floridi In rh < '
,. .. >< JAn -<' ;. Li Anna. NVffn.': Plaintiff, n.nthony I giving the highest trade-in allowances possible. And, most
.'" .,., NVg Defendant. "
.,..." .
,... .. Case Xo 10-1747
"' Notice To AppearT i important, we have no hidden costs, trick prices or extras.
Anthony Negri, 'those last

..-.....-. -.-. ,.. Kr>\T. u.tt'i. 'V.irk address IVlhdiu i i11117 I'aiKuat MI, Uroni.nald I I Come in today. See if this isn't better than any so-called Hbargain" ,

y'u'; are hereby notified That a
f.r tivor.'e. nivt.Jy and heard of.
con- ever
new-and differentfreezerthat .i nl infant ,'hil.l. I you ,
entirely I
has been filed against you IB be
above named Court and cause and I
you are required to serve a copy ofI
your answer or pleading to the I

guards the very peak of flavor complaint.\\I..rn.\' 'on h the..n Plaintiff If f' r.aldnm.nltl ,' HERE'S THE PRICE :
<: LIU-villr, Florida, I
and file the original In the office j l
is Save flavor too. For RCA WHIRLPOOLin of the Clerk of the Circuit Court oa
This little-looking really a giant ''or before the yS
appetite-holds more than a quarter-ton captures-and holds-all the good taste. !'' 21th .1.'>' ..f September. 136: ; NEW HIGHER HORSEPOWERnow up to 235 hp.

of food gives you 16 cubic feet of freezing Flavor doesn't change because temperature \I,Complaint otherwise the will allegations be taken ItS<>r confessed eatd $2,222.00

capacity! doesn't vary more than 2'. by you. I S NEW WIDER CHOICE OF MODELS18 modelsin
I This notice ehall be
That means you can buy a quarter or Just counter-high you can get an once each week for four consecutive four buys this
loin of beef at a time; freeze it away in extra work surface. Gleaming white out- ':'weeks In the Bradford Cou'!:) Telehated ranges.

steaks roasts, hamburgers, eat it for weeks side smart copper-and-spice interior, cleanattremendoussavings.Youcanbuypeaches i:!ii?:*. th.i 20th day of August big Mercury Medalist

and uncluttered design all over. See this OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby U NEW PHAETON 4.DOOR HARDTOPS in all price
Clerk of the Circuit Court '
strawberries vegetables in season at low new WHIRLPOOL freezer now. Buy I S .'t U 9. 14 'I rangesnew Custom Series convertible too. r

prices-and save money the rest of the year. it on our budget! plan. ,
Clrroll Court rlridfuril Court,
PlorUn' IB CkanisrrT in all models and in all series.
I Tillman Harry Malone, Jr Plain
tiff. l i Annie lrbe.'a Malone. Defendant .
TV ServiceAll .IIt.. T* A"B.ri
To- Annie ehe'C'a Malone whose kNow
residence and address i-: "17 Linden r'
AfrnueVaynrb.r', Virginia
You are hereby notified that a ,
suit f.>r Divorcehas
been flied acalnst you la tk* I

Work Guaranteed -- Free Estimates I I of you above your are named answer!Court or 4 to pleading and serve cans a to copy and the is the best time to buy

Fully Equipped --- DependableAll complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney -

Makes and Models Alan (" Winter. Jr. 319-323 Florida -
Title Building, Jacksonville

I and Florida:file the erlglnal the office of MERCURMcGRIFF
\ CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV the or before Clerk of the tile*4th Circuit day Caurt if Sept.on THE BIG

l)5i; otherwise the allegation of f
laid. Complaint will b. taken ai
Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone
confessed by you
239 Starke, Fla. This notice shall b. published
once each week for four consecutive -t MERCURY MOTORS
( weeks U the Bradford County
x 1 Dated this 21st day of August, I

'I 1336.OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby j Court & Jefferson Sta. Phone 447 Y Starke, Fla.I !
.=- Clerk of the Circuit. CourtS i
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