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: September 28, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Fire Fighting Skills Gained


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I! FiremenUndergo I II I Drunk
Worn Out Pumper Would Hinder Phone RateHearing

Training I i Firemen In Fighting Large Blaze Bring Jail Terms

The Starke Fire Dept. would be operating with one hose In--

In Pump Usage low maximum capacity if a big fire should! break out In the In Mayor's Court .I Set

city since the 500-gallon per minute Dodge fire truck can only

Volunteer fireman Charles sc haefer, right: ga-'ns experience in extinguishing pump at half capacity. Two j.ul sentent e. were handed '
i Staike firemen and firemen This information out last week Florida
brought Fire
was by
an oil lire uith water spray a.. he mines in on a blare during out in Mayor's Comt Monday one ,, Starke Company's Bid For Increase
i from Camp Blanding. Waldo andI College Instructor Bob Hair as he conducted classes here for for '
firing a shotgun in the
I a demonstration last ". ..k. Th. demonstration climaxed a weekf I city :: To Be Heard
Brooker last l local firemen. limits while At Courthouse
training for area firemen under the supervision of flub Bair. Ifft, I week underwent a drinking: and the other -
I basic training course in "I knew it was worn out." Fire Chief D. W. Carpenter saId. for driving while drinking. I
an instructor at the Florida Fire ('ull.in Ocala. pump I
I operations. "but I wasn't sure just to what extent Carpenter said that Mayor W. T Jackson s..ntem'edI I: A hearing on a rate increase request of the Starke Tele!

Walkout Success Doubted I During the three hour nightly Hair has been associated with the firm which services the James Gaines. Negro to 13 daysij I phone Co. will be heard at 10 a m. Oct. 12 in the Bradford

II' sessions the men received instruction pumpers and could give an accurate appraisal of the repairs or $75 for discharging: a firearm I (County Courthouse the Public Utilities Commission,

I i and practical experience in needed. in the city limits and public in- ,: j this week. announced -

I| the use of all pumping equipment About $350 would be needed to repair the truck so it would toxication. Lloyd Johnson was !' AH interested
i pall It'" \\ Iii I 1-
Bus Drivers'Strike penalized $50 or 10 days In jail'for
School j used ty the department to control deliver its full 500 gallon load. the chief said. During normal driving: while intoxicated and County Fair given an opportunity to T.-!d\
and extinguish files. Chief D. W. at the
operation the pumper can supply two large hoses. delivering having no driver's license Both hearingIn
250 gallons per minute to each hose. men could not raise the fines and its petition befoie the commission

Rumor Fades I I said he was well under the water in LivestockExhibit the
But conditions now prevailing only enough were lodged jail. Large company requestedthe
|: pleased with the results of the \
can be pumped to supply one of the 230; gallon hoses. Two witnesses testifying in the following rates: business one
i program. "The boys made an excellent party an increase
i No major woik has been done on the pumping equipmenton case against Gaines said he fired! from SI.'iO t.>
| showing the chief said.
S6.50 business
Kumuia have been buzzing that Bradford school bus duvers were "They all took a big interest and the truck since it was purchased in 1941. the chief said. I I a shotgun into some trees last Expected S3.75: to S5.75; businc-two-party. Horn

to strike but the drivers indicated this week they had ruled I Monday afteinoon while he was five-piit\ ,
planning got a lot of good out of it. from $3.25: : to So: rp.Mdemv one-

r>ut any ideas for striking for higher wages that may have been eon- i The training was under the drinking. Bradfoid party. S3.50: to $4.50. residence

sidered. I supervision of Bob Bair. an instructor Recreation Program Is Given Boost 'I j Gaines pleaded charge.guilty but to said the the intoxication expect a large County number Fir of livestock officials: two-party. $2.75 to $3.75. res.

little I from the Florida FireCollege dence five-party $2.25 to $:.1!
The drivers professed 301 Takes Most j gun had discharged while he was to be exhibited at the fair which

knowledge of any concrete proposal I I in Ocala and was climaxed greasing it. "Don't you think it ,i ir; slated for Oct 22-27. H. A. Bishop Jr.. manage; of

for striking. but admitted Traveled Title ; :i with a fire fighting demonstration With Donations of Cash Equipment :1 is a bad time to clean your gun'' Many FFA boys and -J-H youngsters the company expressed confidence

they were conscious of the ru- Firday night during which members while that the rate boost would be
[ you are intoxicated? Mayor are getting their animals in
mois about such a proposal. of the department practked Jackson granted since telephone companies
replied. j shape and several adults have:
Though the strike discussion I'. S. 301 between Starkeand I methods of fighting: an oil fire, i'I j I Contributions of $.">(O) each} from two chic clubs and the i James Caldwell. Negro one of'indicated they will participate the are allowed six per cent ;annually

is not entirely dead the sentiment \\alelll \\a. the most lieav- During the demonstration 2.;>0 ''|, (lunation of a "jook !box"and a television set to the facilities the witnesses. said there had been :''oificials said. ; on their investment"We

of the drivers seems to be ly traveled road in the Set'undIi.tritt gallons of oil were set ablaze i:jat the USO added'; impetus this week to Bradford County'snew some children playing in the roadbefore Cash prizes and ribbons will be! have been making .ii'.i.. .'

that no strike imminent. during August/ the several times as the men practiced I!awarded this to two per cent." Bishop said ..lId!
of organized recreation. Gaines began shooting but year boys and ,
During the discussions the feel- State Itaul Department) announced extinguishing the fire with water I program have been losing money"
i I said the man "not 'girls who show cattle, hoss. ,
was to ;
of the drivers, especially last ucck.An dry powder and foam. Assistant First contribution of $50 came trying poul-
ing ot many The
I'tiy rabbits. : rate increase undei
or Ribbons
Increase 26 i shoot also wile consideration -
be the Staike Lions Club on anyone.
the men, seemed to Fire Chiefs Claude Pkkett and H. from I,
t au-rage of 5.6X \chfclesa h awarded for the various at the present time ha-
that: 11 They believe they are I day tratrled the L. Heed along with Bair. supervised across recording no connection with theonve
enough. 2)) They would J the work. by a resolution signed by I 'mayor, said he was sitting in his i jot livestock exhibited by the '
not paid meter 3 1-2 _.milesnorth I sion
to dial
such ameasure Lions President Maxie Carter Jr. car and had drunk "three four !adults of the community. and expansion pn-
fctrike if they thought I of Waldo to j give that Besides the Starke firemen who I C of C Signs I gram of the
Up i; Shade and feed for the animals | company.
had chance of success. expressing best wishes for : cans of beer" when he was ar- I
any recorded 80
jMit the edge o\er 1. S. 90 ata nearly an per cent at-
the perpetuation of this projectas |I rested. He admitted having no'drlver's 'will be furnshed by the Fair Association. Action is still pending on thl'company's
tendance classes
record attended
I spot uest of Jacksonville ami were -
In interviews with both school F. S. I at points near Milliard by delegations from Camp well as possible extension and i j license and under ques- !i Anyone interested in :1'' bid for a $300.000 loan

officials and the drivers. several and Bayard. Blanding. Waldo and Brooker. The expansion of same.:' The resolution 100th Member j i >inning said he hasn't had one for 'is showing livestock is asked to contact ] for the company for the expan-

those t County Agent T.1; sion program. Bishop stated
brought out which : further urged that over a year. George
factors were The Blanding headed
Bayard I' S. I .pot hail i group was by I 'I
would make the chances for the formerly held the most heavily 1 their cheif, Coy Stephens the in authority consider carefully The 100th member joined the i In other cases: Huggins: or vocational agriculture The boost is needed to meet the
slim. I of revenue in order Starke and Bradford I I teacher J. G. Wood, co-chairmen' :rising cost of normal
of a strike very tra\.It.'li Waldo new sources : County operation.
success Chief O.
I title for Second District group by Lowry :Mayor! Jackson ordered $25 refunded -
Foremost on the list. and recognized traffic. j Crawford and the Brooker men that we may enjoy not only thish I j Chamber of Commerce this week of a $100 bond of the livestock committee. Bishop said. He pointed out that

by both groups. is the im- j by Chief Ralph Nettles. progressive program, but other ,las a result of the Big Booster Donald Carlow charged with paid running by A work party to help get the | labor and material costs, as wellas

possibility of squeezing enough equally worthwhile necessary. j j(drive which began in July. Chamber a red light and causing an 'I fair grounds and buildings in shape :i city ,and county taxes have

money for any raises out of the :Auto DemolishedIn and! expensive expansions to the I ; Secretary Mis. Marian Howe accident. The case had been for the fair activities has been :risen since the last rate increasein

hard piessed school bank account. I services of our community." j reported. I scheduled for next Wednesday X.i' ] 1950. "We simply cannot operate -
I j postponed from last week to give i iJ "
Harmon Scales Settles M Smith Starke :' on curient rates. he said recently -
The >
School Superintendent ( Crash On 301 The second contribution of $50 new member who brought J j im"pstigatingofi'prs an opportunity Legion

Moigan indicated the schools were ,i! came from the Starke Rotary i! I the membership up to the 100 I j| to produce the accident re- I'I'ports. 'commander said this week.Gopher '' .

going to have to scrape the bot- j I Club. i mark was Newell Zepp owner :jj| r'*ew and pork barbecue The last increase was foi ;)4'

torn of the barrel to continue I j i A car was demolished in a Debts In StarkeJoe A used "jook box" was contributed -land manager of the Dixie Motor I Carlow was the driver aifl wijl\ be cooked to feed the workers ''cents per phone when the company

operation under the present budget ;j: wreck last week one mile south to the program by J. Court. The Chamber's membership of ::: nd as an added inducement to abolished the old magneto
truck which
anyway of Lawtey on U. S. 301 but the Butler of Gainesville. and a 1.1 has increased 26 over the regular I light ran through!' a red'g!:et Legion members out to work.i' ,'crank system and substituted the

"I'm in favor of raising the" salaries I, driver was unhurt. Deputy Shenff Scales publicized claimant television set by the Staike total since the booster drive began I[j the car Sunday driven by last: Mrs.week Eva and Free hit I:Smith said. current battery service.If .

of all school employes [ ol a $2 million inheritance. has I & TV Service. ,i i.Schedule Mrs. Howe said. I ,I The Bradford Fair is sponsored the lequest is granted: I the!
or-I Fate Brown said the driver. Richard man. !
gan said, "but in the school : I' | paid his $ZO debt in Starke plus! Adopted i The major gimmick for cbtain rD. Thomas Negro, forfeited annually\ by the Jones Langford increase will be put into e-< t
tem the employes aren't paid what Merricks of Waido, crashed $7.50 court for causing'so1much White '
II fee At a meeting of recreation |j American Legion" Post 56. immediately. Bishop said
ing new members is ; 0
the I a syr/em of ; :a $ ; bond on a charge of reek -
they are worth. but what his car into the side of a truck trouble.
committee in the USO last Thursjf I
strings anti wires in the Chamber ,; I l less driving and causing an arci-
schools can afford. the drivers when he found he could! not pass: i\' Scales is the I'eny man who day night it was decided to adopt ],office on the Courthouse grounds i 'dent 1 1AH and Wilson Archie j Sheriff's Office Aide Quits
Also ought out by Dt'f'kh11t'I
schedule for the I ;
obstacle to the success of and was; attempting to drop behind gained statewide headlines in re- following I of the business firms in town | I forfeited $!.r 0 for public intoxication -
as an
strike would be the lack of org again. i\cent weeks for being sought on skating: and recreation program: are listed on pieces of paper and and dr \'ingwhile intoxic.ited. I Takes
a At 'Slanderers'Mrs.
afternoons 3 to 5 .
'a string of bad check and unpaid Tuesday p.m. t those ha'ingpaid their dues are Slap
: ipizatum of the drivers. Duggar: Merricks posted a $7.5 bond on I in USO for students m't'Igrad.'s

Jones ..Sampson City pointed !I I a charge of failing to have his bill charges through the state skating: 7 through 12. tied to string. Those which haven't | Twenty-five dollar bonds were

out that the drivers would have i]I vehicle under control. Brown said I ij i while at the same time filing a Wednesday afternoon. :3 to ;5 ; j paid are fastened to wire. The I forfeited by Frank Curtis. Albert Glen (Scootie) Duke has resigned after nearly four

to :;;C'l the cooperation of law enforcement ;j) Merrickauto was a total loss. fee for a trust agreement on the m.. skating for students m (| inea Mrs. Howe raid is to "get .,\. Clarke. Negro, and Burton Alj I : ears a:; office deputy in the sheriff's office as an aftermath
and other : $2: million. p oft the wire and onto the string.: I mon. Curtis was charged with
agcnries grades i through 6. I o f the recent charges against Sheriff P. D. Reddish
.. ... .
groups to keep unqualified per- j i Postal Exams Slated Scales last week made good on "I disorderly conduct and public in- .lrs. JJUKC Will compieie ner IJulies |
sons from operating the buses j i :L $20 check which had bounced Friday night, 7:30: to 10:30: p.m.foi-j'. :'Drivers Warned j :)toxication. Clarke with having nc ,cI :iriver's this't'.k and turn the po.t i'charges: brought against anyone
and other recreation
'To Set Worker List skating I license and Almon i in political office are true or arc
while a strike was going on. after he had carded it at a withj I..(over to Mrs Harold Norman of
"We would have to have something i!I i ii ''Starke service station. He also students in grades 7 through 12. To Get Licenses j I! public intoxication i I''Lawtey. Mrs. Norman has been just politically inspired" she :iai 1
It was decided that a $1 membership i
than we have i Starke Postmaster G. J. McGriffI I jJ Mrs. Duke said she was planning
more effective threw in the $7.50 court fees. would be for students -' i i'I working in the office In..a training -
now." Jones said "or the drivers I j: Jr. said this week that exams; Scales. son of a one-time wealthy in 7 charged 12 for Before DeadlineCounty I capacity since Aug 15.Mrs. to resign next year anywayto

would find themselves without'I will be held soon to establish a I !' banker grades through | ] \ I' join her husband who is in the
i and legislator. the entire until Jan. 1. Fire AwayMenilHrs 'I Duke said she is resigning
the jots\ they have in the event regular list of eligibles to work in I' he program produce business in South Fbi ida
was the
I 'jsaid; given money by a Membership fee for students in Judge T A. Yawn an- because the charges though they

01 a strike" the post office. mysterious millionaire for a 20 grades through 6 will be 50'I' r.oun'ed'yesterday that hs office "will be shown to be untrue." have This is the second count job
.\ marked difference of opinion Persons desiring to take the of the Starke! Police I since the .
; will controversy.over
year period. The only pro.isionswere cents for the same period. :i' remain open until 5 p.m. this made her extremely upset and
over the sufficiency of the present i iexam can obtain an application IN-pt. this MH-k were R u'n Sheriff Reddish'f. operation of
| that Scales the million- Saturday ( Sept 291( for the couldn't
pay Non-members will be charged a : pur- : nervous. "I go through
noted between the I blank at the post office McGriff I i authority bj Mayor W. T. Jackson I the office
salary was aire began: early in August
six per cent interest and half '1 port"1 ot accommodating late of it. she said.
3.:; cent fee (grades 7 through 12)) ap- to anymore I I"When
driveis. Mrs. : said. Postal employes will beI shoot thieves on sight
and women Hollis
men Attorney Knight
i the profits losses.A I for 1957
or and 25 cents (OradesI through jplicants drivers licenses such charges are made'
Nelson Green seemed to chosen from the register/, established along as the thieves weresquirrels
express "
I ;1 as county attorney and count v
$416 unpaid hotel bill in 61) for participation at each ses- Judge Yawn reminded drivers i i it cards reflection on me as the
the of some of the worn- i from those taking the exam stealing .
| pecans.Policemen becaiut' of
opinion prosecuting attorney
i' | Miami plug bad checks in Jack- sion they desire to attend .that all 1956: licenses expire at I e ne uho keeps the books," Mrs.
en when she estimated she was The date of the exam. which I reported to the "irreconcilable differences of
sonville. Tampa and Perry were The committee formally\ approved -I midnight Sunday. Sept. 30. making Duke said, "and I know better opin-
will be the Civil I I at the
earning fairly good wages fortht" conducted by mayor weekly session ion" over rental of a truck for
:laid to Scales after he Tom Casey as director for 'i Saturday the deadline for : than anyone that the charges
two or three hours a dayi1p Service Commission will be an- paid a of Major's Court that they had I impounding cattle.
: spends operating the bus. nounced later the postmastersaid. $150 fee with the secretary of the program until Jan. 1. and appointed -I obtaining the new permits. i I been called on to shoot squirrels were brought on only by politicsand
state for Mrs. John that the records show that The truck rental question had:
the trust agreement Stephens as Starting Monday Oct. 1.
The salary for most of the I persons pecan trees of Starke
The $150 his assistant. who has been the level." I been one of the original charges
was borrowed. I ISo have not renewed their everything
drivers is about $110 a month and I I Ii resident, but had to refuse
when broken down into hourly Tank Comes Down far the Board of County i j I! permits; will have to pay a $1 because they had no authorityto Mrs. Duke took a special slap. brought against the sheriff early
: Commissioners has ;00 delinquent fee at people she said have believed I in August by three Lawtey men
pledged $ or
waged comes to about $2.50 an : I pass an exami-I fire /guns in the city limitsunder
for the recreation from | nation before I I t the charges and made insinuations As a result of the charges the
hour !j The old water tank on thei I program ;, being a newlicense. those circumstances."I ,
111 Green said the .school burjob Starke its current budget. The City i iI think that she had been involved in ir- County Commission called on
>0. I i grounds of the power plant began Post I : it\ a !good idea to
enabled! her to be home all I ['I, coming down this week. OfficeI I Council has also been asked toj I! For the convenience of those J shoot them," the mayor !>said !I Ii regularities"It's i Gov. LeRoy Collins for a Special

day to do her housework as well]I 1 Austin Bell, Starke mechanic. Solves Old WorryA :: make an appropriation to the j who are unable to visit his office i "and I'll gi\e you the authorityto a .strange thing that some I audit of the sheriffs books

LS; make the extra money drivingthe began workingVednesday: morn !' fund from its new budget which (by Saturday. Judge Yawn said i do it. We're !going; to be ,I people[ who wouldn't think of tak- Knight had supported the three

bus '1' ing to dismantle the tank. Hei problem that has been WIll be adopted! early in October. it if. possible to renew licensesby .hort on pecans if \\r don't do ig your money or any tangibleI I who brought the original
But n Ittfft'rent1t'wpc.llnt of the J i: estimates the job win take about t plaguing post offices since Ben I i The 16 civic groups and four ) mail. Just mail him your old [ something! about the squirrels." ,I II possession will think nothing of'!': of irregularities Knight res ;

job w.i.s taken by Truman Nor:I three weeks. Franklin e.Vablished the system 'hIgh school classes represented onj ii j license together with $1.25 fee i' I trying to take from you your' nation came after four commissioners -

man w no jrives a bus from Law The 60.000 gallon Lank which has been solved in Starke. ,I i the committee will be asked to j and a self-addressed envelope. .only true possession your name. had written to the governor -

tey to SMrke': : Njrmarf pointed I I \t as erected arounj 1SHH was re- Postmaster G. J. McGiiff Jr. 1 contribute $.">0 during the year'and your new license will 1 be i License Renewal "I do wish people woustop saying they believed the

out :h.i; I the men. many of whom pljred. earlier this year by a new announced this week as he kept :'to the recreation fund for use in L !mailed back to you. !,and think what havoc they play charges against the sheriff to bl''Ithout

have lamihes: to sup"..ii;t. have to i ':'"H tank with a capacity of; his fingers crossed. i i purchasing necessary equipment;' Occupational licenses and beer ,,when they indulge in malI, ions'.' "\\ O1..nt" TheM for a

I iC.iit.nued on Pat>,e Ten' :'-itt
-- have put in ball point j that each group accept this as a''II week to beat the Oct. 1 deadline, j "It make* me wonder wn"ne" g
pens." McGriff said. "I think '| project for the year and sponsor ( About 25 palms were planted !! Tax Collector J. R. Kelly said. I
Tornado Line Stalwarts j" some activity to raise the !along highway 225
we have cured the pen prob- mont'I I in Lawtey re-' Kelly teportedVednesday that !

!ll'!:. McGriff said this should ;i icently as part of the county's'I 12 beer licenses were still outstanding !
KAKK: SAI.K beautification '
:I'/. '" an end the fussing program. | : and had not been re-

.-,'! mnimj! ; about post office The Presbyterian Women of the ., The palms were planted by thecounty's newed. Beer sellers who wait until

road crew under thei, :after the deadline to '
'0' : it -' .Itch. blob. or Church apply
just will
hold! a bake: site on' d '
of Mrs George Roberts. ;lencwals: will have [
: t .' : .'< .It all :"-tt urd.iy Oc to go before Christmas
morning: t 6. be- chairman of the klte11It'mh's the
Bevetage Board before
!'. ,
\ 't1 fJUcky's :ai.,1! lbrk:1: !
: "I: :the u"uit\: be.i.itifii -. .
: .ition < .immtte. :t thMr.fA.il t I an btppl'o'e,1.; the
W f-ii!; sr.><" '
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Bradford, Monticello Deadlock, 0-0 Tree For _

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.I'. .1 '..Mntu-ello: > l > ?: :? bii.t: 'n. ,1":; !", .!': I .-,' ," 'tVe Just
: ) squallh'lg-' the ,
: .1.1: town the ?m't half ,I" tb',1. : \ tha> 'hey kept the he.m, an.! f.ist.dn',, .dl! (,n hr:: to arrv he Hospital 'jj
r"I : MT'K Ii-ldr"Ui right SUard a h'tli :rune' Momicell
\ ; er (> from hall "
!. .'!",! iie1: List Friday On succeeding in enough.
one occasion they pusned the eround aimne efforts. Guard Joe
ht'aks"nd tight defensive The superb punting of the Monbt'I
ball down to the Tornado 12 -
yard Harden
to be
proved the
!h.r; k'pt both teams from line major tlcello squad kept the Tornadoes
but were unable to get by thorn in the side of the :Iontibacks! Patients
--:1>: :he goal hne. to the wall during much of .
defensive wall and lost
cello backs
as he spoiled their ef-
\\ h. r: :hI' final gun sounded the the ball on do'lll.'J1S.. forts the game. Godrin kickIng for J
., move the ball. .,, the
", < 'J\ still tied up in a 0-0 The Tornadoes also got off some
Tornadoes switched
It .d,, h defense Lending very helpful aid to : good boots compiling an average :
at the half and changed the turn
Harden in the play spoiling ca- of 34 yards for 5 kIcks.
BotU..M.S: made near misses of events on the field. "We de-
pacity End
were Bert McGee and Nine passes were attempted
.- inijoa: lines and would have finitely outplayed them in the Guard Wilbur Barry. Harden i byI I
was i
,t' ,d, it -f things had been a lit second half." Coach Lennard Regout of the the Tornadoes with three of them .
game during the sec- : compJeted. I
:ie different. .istersaid. '
i Ond quarter after being shaken up i Completing work on a project of planting a Christmas tree for the
The near misses began on the'The Bradford's next game will be :
kickoff Tornadoes threatened sevduring the action. i patients at Bradford County Hospital are, l-r S. I:. Hicks, :\1..... E.
as Tornado erai time in the ball game on two Harold played on the home field against'.Ipenmg
Godwin was the hero in i La\\oon. Mrs J. 1) and Councilman I. K.
Dojle Mrs.
These Charles I City
are the guards on the Bradford High Tornado .quad. In the Quarterback Noegel ran occasions getting down to the the pK. Yore eleven next Fri"
the ball back to the 50 the offensive chores heading the Law son and :Mrs. Garden
ganw iiKauM yard line \ Doyle Club reprettentatiies. ; ere oerseer. -
-;-< Monticello last week the guards bore the brunt of the Macclennv IS and 22 vard lines. day night Oct. 5. Register saId

action and! received recognition fur their outstanding play. Left to and would have made it all the But bad breaks and 'Monticello O'rour-d., gaining list wIth 9') yards'' the squad from Gainesville han .. on this project and on the planting of two palms on the hospital -

way "if he could have gotten by defenSe them carnes' round... The Garden Club lat week
intervened also
right kneeling Judd to pevet shown too much planted flowers
are \\Ubur Barry. Kay and Henry Hall stand- this season. but
just one more man. score "He picked up yardage when along the highway entrances to Starke I'. S.
301 and
iflg are Rudolph Hutcheoon and Joe Harden. )'ou never can tell when a team on on State
i The Monticello eleven were :n Bradford's defensive player* we needed It' Register said of will pet fired up" Road 100.


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editorialNot SEITEMBF.K -* ,
Farmer's DiaryBy Advancing Faster

"" Sam McfJarvey; Than Rest Of U. S. .

The Master Klonlut's economy is shown running
wire that wore damaged: by uncontrolled r
at a faster rate than that ol

With the advent of nationwide television, the burning the nation in a rompartive statistical -
screen personality of political candidates has be- release recently by the
The mockingbirds have started research and industrial division ot Doietgotuueep
factor in national elections.
come a
singing and it
again a delightto the Honda State Chamber of
President Dwight I>. Eisenhower is a good hear them again. Our favorite Commerce.The .
example of what we mean. bird gets on a fencepost out front
cheif impetus to the state'sgrowth ,
1 1at
Four years ago, the GOP strategists in cast- and tries to imitate everythingbut was a population gain otS

ing about for a standard bearer for their party a jet plane. When one of them >2 per cent from 1910 to 193S; :: t
comes over low, he ducks for
rejected the dyed-in-the-wool Old Guard Republican Got the news this week that we compared with 25 per cent for the the switch
cover but so does
everything j jd
Senator l Robert Taft. in favor of the popular are now living right smack in the else on the place. nation.

hero General Eisenhower.The middle of where the new lane of Floridians were paid 503 percent l

General was not a true Republican-he Highway 301 is going to be, so Enjoyed talking to I:ep. Billy more in personal income from

might just as easily have run on the Democratic they will have to move our home. Matthews at the Lawtey Lions all sources <2M> per cent nationall I
Now know how others feel
ticket far his we meeting recently. Seems likewt'- J'ainl: ) resulting in a per capita increase '
so as }jjolitical history was con-
who live the of where the
in path J
nm into him everywhere. lie sure of 222 per cent ((210 percent 4
cerned-but he looked like a good vote getter, new toll road is going to be. Only 1i
does try to cover the Sth district. nationally* The accompanying {{
and he had no political record which could be
good things we see coming o: / population growth held back
attacked. it. though, is that at last we'll get 1{
increases to less rapic
A neighbor stopped in last week per capita a
And the likeable "Ike" did a good job as i'id of some of the Bermuda grassin and inquired if a cow and calf of ate than total income. 0 ) E i

"front man" for GOP. He sturdily attacked the the kitchen garden. ours was out. We said we'd take a Hank resources in Florida were z ,

Democratic record, flashed his famous grin, :t STalked "look see" and let him know. Well, lip f.67 per cent as compared with 0 P t!

waved to the throngs, and went on to defeat a to Edwin Stalling this we were worried because we certainly 24 S> per cent nationwide. Life insurance Vim' t
week. He's been :aid up for quitea hate to have our stock bothering -
capable and seasoned opponent. Adlai Stevenson in force in Florida was //
while now with a serious baek anyone else. So we checkedup 533 cent more in 1955 thanin
wide margin. per 1
a injury, and he doubts if he'll get and (what a relief* found them 1910 and 221 percent through- / \
Now, four years later, we have the same con- any berries in until late in the all bedded down and very com- postal receipts grew 339 per cent /

test coming up with this one important dif- season.Ve haven't even cut up fortable in the back sedge grass while national receipts increased

ference: this time the president is running for our land yet, so we know we'll be field, and we drove over and told :214? per cent. Gross cash farm income -

re-election and we trust he will be judged not la teas usual. the neighbor that it WASN'T in Florida was 423 per cent

by his pleasing personality, but by the recordof OUR STOCK THAT WAS more and the nation's farmers received -
A man who ought to know- BROTH ERING HIM. )) 1
the Republican administration. 250 per cent more.
Zedra Hamilton-says he thinks *
lie must answer for the disastrous farm pro- it's a good idea to plant lupines a- Well it was a good thing we There were 231 per registered cent morepassenger ir \ T I 1 1f

gram of Secretary Ezra Taft Benson, which has long with Pensacola Bahia grass. did it in a nice way because the cars I
Florida and 91 cent more or f
resulted in the small farmers of this country He says the lupines will do aboutas next thing we knew, a cow and per Florida 1t
the nation's highways. :
being put under a "root hog or die" philosophy, much good as 400'/ Ibs. of fertilizer calf were missing and we had to truck and tractor registrations -U/ t

with their costs rising steadily and income drop- per acre.* (gallop'ows'I'rt'over getting and admit out. that We told our were up 194 per cent nationally = /

ping. 125 per cent. Gasoline consumption
hear that some folks are get- that cow that she better stay in \
Personable "Ike" must answer for the noto- was 2n: per cent more in
ting some good results from now, or ebe she's going to be some / / -
rious Dixon-Yates deal of the typical Republican Florida and 125 nationally. ;
one planting Peruvian alfalfa. of that cheap beef that's being ( (
approaches to the matter of public put on the market. Florida had 4IS per cent more '

versus private power. Hells Canyon was another One of the big misunderstandings telephones and the nation 170 in per \ / /'/ ///
rent Electric production
notorious instance. obut the Fire Control Unit While at the Soil Conservation
Eisenhower must also defend his "team" for which we are going to vote for in meeting last week. we heard another Florida was greater by 737 percent
331 cent) while
their obvious favoritism to big business, whileat November is the belief that whenit of the famous whoppers of (nation. per \
2 \S
the time thousands thouands of small is passed folks will not be ableto the man who can tell the BIG- pnf'ratingeapacity grew percent
upon nation, 1S5: cent). -
their land if wantto. ( per :--
burn off they GEST. Foster Shi Smith got to
businesses throughout the country fold up completely increased -
That is not true, or wewouldn't talking about his vacation recentlx' All non-agricultural jobs --: --
or find it increasingly difficult to operatein in Florida ---
vote for it. When it is i out in New Mexico, and said he 123 per cent ::--
the black. 0: and) r 6 cent in the nation. ::
passed, any farmer can burn off, heard of a dam out there that was > per
He must answer for a lot of other things, too just as he does now, simply be :20? miles across. That am the Employment in Florida man

-including our continued loss of prestige abroad, complying with the law which biggest dam what am! ufaturingplanLc; was up 83 percent /

ever-mounting inflation, and failure to bring tax lequires that he notify his neigh- compared with 64 per cent

relief to the small taxpayers. bors. There are a couple of very quiet nationally. 7'-

It is time for President Eisenhower to drop unassuming fellows in this county

his role as the personality kid for the GOl' We know two persons who voted who, it seems to us, are doing a Fire BreaksThe beep alert to the damages .c caused by fd'restwildfires
against Fire Control Unit last very fine job. They are very pop- .
and get down to brass tacks-something he failed timber
time who are going to vote for it ular and it seems unfair to em- large pulpwood our ,
to do in his first have community.VOTE
utterly important television this timePaul Meng and Mrs. barrass them in this way but owners in Bradford County .

campaign speech. Margaret Newby. They will vote we're going to do it anyway. We changed their system of plowing

Millions of Americans now realize that justas yes" because it has cost them so refer to Bill Haas and Leon Car- fire lanes, according to Foster

the leopard doesn't change his spots, so the much to replace fence posts and ter, our soil conservationists. Shi Smith. FOR COUNTYWIDE FIRE .
GOP Smith said that instead of plow-
elephant change the philosophythat
fire breaks throughout
has made him the darling of big businessand "TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY"!; J JBy corner merchant, bully the neigh ing tracts, as the owners did for- PROTECTION ON NOVEMBER 6

other big interests down through history. The bor's youngster merly, they now plow lanes
name of "Ike" still carries magic for millions, Russell Kay If grown-ups take the attitude around the bOuniaries only.;

but these same millions are beginning to !see With the reopening of school it that "Love Your Neighbor" is foi The idea is, he said, to containthe This space sponsored as a public service by Bradford Farm Bureau, Bradford Cattle-
what has been obvious to others all along-the might be a good time to reflect a the birds "Do Unto Others" is fire quickly by plowing fresh men's Association, and Bradford Soil Super\Lsors.
little on the broad subject of"education" boloney and tool a life ol
sobering fact that President Eisenhower is in lanes, which are far more effective -
While the funda- selfishness, and greed
truth and in fact not "the master in his arrogance than old ones which become -
ownhouse" so-called educa-
good for
mentals of a the guidance of their off with weed
when it comes to injecting a new soul tion are gained in schools, there is; spring, they should not be too unhappy / quickly.overgrown

into the Republican Party. That has not been a lot more to it than reading or too surprised when the

done. That, we are firmly convinced, cannot, writing and arithmetic tread they have cast upon the school or in Church but in the

and will not ever be done. You and I want our children to waters is returned to them in home, and much unhappiness for

grow up to be good citizens. We kind.Our both parents and children could be I
want them to be able to compete youth needs education to- avoided if more of us could under

and make a living for themselvesand dav as never before, not just In stand this law of life

Needed: Ceiling on SpeedThe their families. Schooling can
help, but it can't jo the whole job .401," _

wailing of ambulance sirens shattered the Somewhere along the line we -

quiet of a peaceful Sunday in Starke recently as have lost sight of the more content impoit-ourselves From where I sit.fy Joe Marsh Enjoy a houseful of heat with so little fuel-

injured from, dazed highways and littered shaken with people mangled were pickedup auto- ant things with!': in the life thought better that education our i Furnace Heat-No costly pipes or registers to install or ban\ !

mobiles and rushed to the hospital. On that children than are we getting had. We assume Changed Her Whole MONEY BACK GUARANTEE !

Sunday afternoon the ambulances were kept that we have seen our children off

busy and the police had more work than they to school. we have completed out 1 "Point of View1'Some

could handle as speeding vehicles plowed into

each other and into buildings, or were just goingso job.Most of the things that are important local high school teachers watered and tended to make O1ffMP H

fast they flipped over while trying to makea to a successful, happy life spent the summer taking courses things that much easier on the _
curve. are not taught!,: in our schools. A at the State University They next occupant.

These chad may be a good scholar, get learned a lot but one of them- QPATENTED
same episodes have occurred all over and From I sit,it's often hard AUTOMATIC
Florida this year with such frequency that the high marks in with every little subject or ncknowll'dge Miss Williams-got homesick. to adapt to new surroundings- OIL

highway death toll has been raised to a startling still graduate: that will enable him tr "To save expenses," she rejust as new customs often seem

836: at the latest report we have, 175: more than find either success or happinessTo ports, "we chose a hotel that was strange to us at first Fur instance WARM FLOOR HEATERS t I Il

last year at this time. And most of these 856 meet life's problems a boor > clean but grim. When I found my if >ou\e always! had tea

were sent to their graves by the greatest high- must have stability. The window looked out on a coalyard with jour meals you might find it
killer a clearly and -my heart just sank!" odd that I prefer a glass of beer.
way of them all-speed.ISut. must be able to think '
andproperty But when It's OK to prefer Iiat's familiar Q1n
rights Miss Williams
: the no-
even though Highway Patrol records night to respect l
show that speed takes more lives on the high- of others. Learn the importance ticed a pot of geraniums on the to you but aNo keep an open
and integrity; window sill-and a note saying mind on hat's not.Copyight :
way than any other factor, the Legislature, in its of honesty familiar withthe "Look at these instead (signed) ;

recent special session, refused to place an abso- They should become and learn tr Last Occupant"-she decided to Clw : .,
value of money r/ ; (
ceiling on speeding Florida motorists. As c
it intelligently- They shouts stick it out She kept those flowers 0'"v UtL
long as you are not "careless" about it, theoretically 1W control
at least, you can drive just fast learn to acquire patience then c ( w .
as as their emotions, appreciate 19ji, I Riled States Kre-.rrs r, ',.. W"r.
you want to on :Florida highways. There i is no blessings; and understand the mvpo.tance

absolute ceiling beyond which the motorist knows of sharing: them with i iiii

ne i is breaking the law and has no excuse when those less fortunate.

apprehended' by an enforcement officer. Under A big order, you say a job for J

these conditions. Florida's highway death toll the hurch. Maybe so but the S... ri\
zoomed to a 25; per cent increase over last year. Church can do little more than 0111 tr i i 1r1's

Contrast this situation with that in Connecticut shoots without the help of c g r', :t_ .

where the highway death toll decreased 15:> parents. Nine-tenths of our \l.resentdav i< omen ,
per cent after the state instituted drastic measures chargeable! : juvenile to parents and the woeful t t'

to slow the speeder down. lack of ability to cope with the

Starting with the first of the year, every problem of properly bringing ur '

person found guilty of speeding had his licensesuspended their children. .see (the Beauty or :'' P--HWETHEN; "
.. ; f
for )o days. If convicted a second Unfortunately many parentsin N' : 1rlca

time, the penalty was a GO-day suspension. Fora their own selfishness, pass the .. A

indefinitely.third infraction, the license was suspended hu-k While to these the school agencies and do the their Church best a Checking( Account : x. 1 k.a" i

Speeding has been drastically curtailed! in they are handicapped and when set parents ex EVERYBODY WANTS IT-ONLY SIEGLER'HAS IT- t
Connecticut, and lives have been saved. In Flori- lend no
ampler that are contrary to even GETS TOTHI &OTTOM OF THE COLD FLOOR PROSltM!, ., i '
there is no official speed limit, and the death f c
nil of good living. Matta
toll climbs E
steadily. thing is that ir 14
The system for reversing this situation in spite The of amazing the attitude of parent Orderliness is a feminine virtue. The bus- Only Siegler's exclusive patented ks

Florida i is simple and we urge that it be enactedas : : today our teen-agers do as well a? iness woman, the housewife both want sys- TWO-IN-ONE HEATMAKER \

soon as possible. Just two steps are needed they d,). There is nothing radically tem in their financial affairs.These 1 i
Laws and enforcement. Rigid speed laws must wrong with the youth of today but USES HEAT THAT'S

be clamped on Florida highways and these laws the lack of intelligent constructive women value their checking account 4 TIMES HOTTER

must be vigorously enforced: with removal of guidance.: which them for r
give a receipt
Ask :
take word for it. every
Don't my
driving }privileges! facing the violators. '
The sooner such measures are put into effect any Juvenile Court Judge: ask any payment, plus a saving in time and energy.A f OVER YOUR FLOORS! '
worker They
the sooner the highways will be safe for travel f''Crerien.1'elfare
deal in heartaches, and experiencehas large number of women have check-
both for natives and tourists.

cause' taught They/ do them not to enjoy learn dealing the ing accounts here. We invite you to open c Lf3 ..

J2S2S2S2S2STSHSZS2S2S2S2S2S2S252S2S2SSS2S2S252S2S2S2S2THE with a wayward youngster but checking account here too.
know that without parental heir 9

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH they can do little .
What hone is there for the future .
EST. 1879 of a boy or girl whose dad

FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWS- brags about a sharp deal or running -
(i PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY a stop light. or whose mother
I sneers at the neighbors and low FLORIDA BANK at STARKE i
., rates them because they are less r .. WINKLER ELECTRIC I SERVICE
but they
common do not go unnoticed Member Florida National
r THE ACT OF MARCHES. 1879.ESH5252525252525ZS2525252SZ5H525Z52SZS2SHS2S2SZS2S2SZ5. by children. and it becomes
snart in the voting mind tr ?31 N. Temple Ave Phone 166 Starke FlaJ

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earned her Masters in Spanish at : I
Sammy Midyette, Maxville j b "
By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 the University of Wisconsin, where Sirs. C. B. ?olan ': 'who participated in the races .1'\\ M {
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1'T.HI' fi Principal Teenage It 'creation Spot j Mr. McCrary received his li. Ain j urday night. I I
The first 1TA meeting of the I Thanks to a few u\ie-mmded Spanish with high honors from Lorraine Jones of Bald-1l
held in the i i citizens, win spent l last weekend \\'Ithiss | Mr and Mrs. George' S. uIVj i
current season was Keystone teenagers will I the University of Florida in 1951.I {
school audItorium Tuesday night ': soon have a place to call their and his Masters; with distinction Jewel Higginbotham. j and granddaughter, and Mrs Lu

Sept 18. After a brief business I own Ben Suslow of Starke has I from Wisconsin in 1952. As a Little Miss Marcia Lynn Harrisof Padgett of Middleburg visited )[rand ,

session, Mrs Chester Moody, pro- offered the use of a building as II Knapp Fellow he is now en- Jacksonville was an overnight Mrs. C. B Nolan :\IondaI. I

gram chairman introduced Clin- a sort of Teen Town headquarters. gaged in writing his doctoral dissertation guest of Mr. aDd Mrs. J. C. Nolan I

ton West, the new principal, who It is hoped that volunteer help will I in Madison. He is a and family Saturday night. I; O'fln: TO 'PI'tan
told of some of the changes being be received to make some needed member of Phi Beta Kappa honorary Mrs Katie Schaeffer and Mr I' In Florlilni Circuit In Court.Chancery Bradford, Omnty I I I'

made this year, the advantagesof repairs. Anyone wishing to help !i scholastic society and Sig- Selden of Jacksonville visited I Pull I>--in Huns. Plaintiff, V-. I. Ann Page Fancy

same, and the present needsof with this worthy cause may con- I ma Delta Pi. During the 1952-53 with )[r. and Mrs C. B. Nolan e. lIal'nI I'tftmlant. ,.
the school. tact Bill Belote. or call him at j I academic year he was awarded a'' and sons Sunday afternoon. Nnlrre To Appear C.ise :'\0. H'' !t' I

Following adjournment, the 2161 Rotary International Fellowshipto Raymond Kilgore of T..: L ,i'. Minis. who'e r"cl.lpr i I f KETCHUP14oz
M-Sgt. and adil.tss i_' .n;; E. Loatt..'ld
the lunch room \\m. C. Jr. Wedsyiht study at the University of Chile i
group went to McCrary Panama City spent the weekend street, Flint 11u'htgan. I', I
where a reception was held for Sally Jane Harris in Santiago. here with his family. You are h.r.bjr notinea that .1!
Mr. West and his wife. In the receiving Miss Sally Jane Harris, daughter -I Mrltae-ttimberly The Intermediate Baptist Train suit fiirdivonr' care. custudx :,.ndcontrol
line were Mrs. George of Mr. and Mrs. John Harrisof Miss Helen Virginia Wimberly, ing Union of the Maxville Baptist I has been of filed minor against child in tbe I 2 31c
Schaeffer, PTA president; Mr. Hartford Conn., and William and a above
daughter of Mrs.. A. Wimberly and Church enjoyed a supper named Court and cause and,
and Mrs. West; and Mrs. H. L. Carlton McCrary Jr., son of Mr I the party at the church last Friday you are required to nerve a copy ot
late Lee of
Wimberly, Key- your answer or i
pleading to the
Morgan Jr., a member of the and Mrs. W. C. McCrary of Keystone II plaint on the com .
,I stone Heights, lerame the brideof night.Mr. Plaintiff Attorney f. it.- :
school board. Fred Iutl.r 1109 llarnrtt I n .
Heights in Bank
county were and "' "
Bruce McRae, son of Mr. andMrs. and Mrs D. B. Griffis I J"uildniB, Ja ksi>n\il!,. 2, Florida Ann Page Macaroni or 1 Ib
Hostesses for the evening were marriage on sept. 2 in the Wesley Rev. and Mrs. and file
C. C. McRao of Florahomeon daughter I tare original In tile office of|
Walrath Jr., Mrs Foundation Methodist Church.Madison ithe Clerk of the Circuit I SPAGHETTI 2Pg 33C
Mrs Frank M. Saturday afternoon, Sept. 22 Lester Taggart and family and I jbafore I th.' -2 day of -ti.ltr Court. on 1956otherwise or. JANE PARKER
Chester Wis The i
Mrs. double
Fred Dodd, and ring The ceremony was performed by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Griffis and I the allegations of said'
Moody. ceremony was performed by Rev. Rev. Charles Jones in the Grand daughters to dinner at the :Morns: i i'I Complaint will be taken as confessed I
Home Demonstration Club L. P. Jaquith at 3:30 p. m. before Park Baptist Church in Jack House in Macclenny Sunday. 1 This by.you.notice shall oe publishedonce Sandwich Or Wiener Cap'n John's Frozen (can)

Mrs. Sue Glennan, Clay County and of gladioli altar decorated and feathered with masses carna sonville. 'I Mr. and Mrs Leslie Sweat and.,{,'live week each In week the for Bradford four cons County cu- OYSTER STEW '10-0<> 27c
Home 'i
for ,
agent dinner guests
The bride had as their Telegraph.
was given in mar- family (
Clubs spoke at the first fall tions. I Mr and Mrs. Rudy Hig- ,'I! I Iut.it ti- nay ,f >-ti't ltil:;
The riage by her brother, Andrew E. Sunday tOFFICIAL( SEAL! :'hanes A. Darby L L S
bride ROLLSPkg
meeting of the Lake Geneva-Mc- given in marriage by Wimberly. She wore a ballerina ginbotham and Eugene Lang of I Clerk of the Circuit Court Ann Page GardenRELISH
Ilae H D. Club at the home of her father, wore a waltz length Hill. 'Ry Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
length white satin dress Clay .
Mrs. Emery Cooper, Sept 19. Her I gown of white flowered nylon. with net .1 l 4t 1" 1 I. 10-0 19c
overskirt and a short veil with a Mrs W. A. Cannon of Palatka .
was flowering bulbs for and a veil of tulle, which had been '
North topic Florid i homes. Hostesses |I worn by three members of her crown of artificial orange bIos spent Thursday night and Friday .i i ii : _:. "_ _. .. ___ i:_ 01 8

!for this luncheon meeting were of-!r family. She carried a white pray- soms. i with her son-in-law and daugh- 15c (qt)
I Ier The matron of honor |I ter. )Ir. and )[I"S. C. B. Nolan STROBO'SGARAGE
Emery' and the A'PPL
tiers of the club: Mrs. book a bouquet of flowersact'ented was I JUICE 2 'or43c
Cooper, president; Mrs. Rowan | with English ivy.II.'r bride's sister Mrs. Robert Shoit- sons. : .
Mis .
learn that
We are glad to
Thomas ve president! Mrs JI" only ,ittcndant.ts Mr ridge, who wore pastel blue, and I r -V- r >
A. R. Johnson is getting along GENERAL REPAIRSAll _.:.- tt .a ,
I'errviecreUrv and Mrs Le. John Stell .it IJi.luke.'l 'arned white carnations. operation i I \.P l l -I'-Stone
nicely following an
iirosmer treasurer malron ot honor June E t'lerkmSANDERS Robert Shoitndge was best Models :
performed at St Vimenfs Hospital PEACHES No 2/2! can 37c
I in Jacksonville last Thurs CARS TRUCKS) :'X"n": :: :

1 1 WATCH 1 l From. Jacksonville, the weddingo day. LAWN MOWERS
/ v i ame to Keystone Heights Kyle Cannon and Mrs Eari i Price Reasonable Minute L (;.
when a reception was held at Cannon carried Mrs Kyle Cannon WISCONSIN
515 Non Street Across From: Funeral Home the Wimberly! home. on Lawrence i to Jacksonville Friday for a I' 'or.. Oranse! and S-1(10( -.\ RICE K-oz 37c

ALL WORK: FULLY (JUARANTECDW Boulevard check-up after her operation I 2 BLOCKS OFF 301-S COLORED FRESH
_. .. .. .
H v Our Watch Repair Shop I* Onr H n* Aw) C 4Glvf Mi Mi H.ie is employed by a"IiSI..ul'tlon I They found that she is getting ,, "-'. -.1"..-.., ""F? ':. '''''_,'_.-,1.-1.--. .-.; Armours

TJw Bert 1 Repair Work.WE I company at FlagleiBea along nicely. ,
<'n. anti he and his bride will I I Mr. and Mrs. Willie Gtiffi- PRESSED HAM 12 oz 43c

WOULD LIKE TO HAVE ALL OUR CUSTOMERS reside in the Gladys Heville housr and Mrs. Millard Rhoden of Mat.. C H I E ESE E S E

BACK WITH m AGAIN Glenn nd; Nli Sander toenuui! the post office in Keystone ;; clenny Mrs were Dan Sunday Hargroves.guests of 1f rand FRED'S T.V. N H C ChocChipPEGAH -

ObMTK-i !%th llirtli.lay I Mr. and Mis Leslie Sweat and 9 oz 37c

WE CONTRACT FOR tits S E. Kennedy entertainedat i Ii| family were visitors in Jackson AM Ib dCOOKIES
home on Sept. 18 in honor of! villa! Saturday afternoon. .43c

ALL TYPES OF BUILDING her father. D. }.'. Baker who had ): [r. and Mrs J. C. Nolan and RADIO SERVICE Iail\ a
just passed his 6th milestone family enjoyed Sunday dinner :I i
BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL.REPAIRSREMODELINGJALOUSIE. Mr Baker now lives in Ocala with :l.lrs.olan's parents, Mrand I DOG MEAL Sib' pkg 43c
TORCHES with his daughter, Mrs. Lola Mrs Arthur Wilkinson, in I! Next Door To Na "orths J\_, i''" _:"u.' ::f"'f'_ ...."''((...'_!,. .o'._,r. _,_._-_- _.'.. _. \tHEN
Johnson, lut still Jacksonville. {
says there's no
FREE ESTIMATES Miss Debbie visited hei :
place like Keystone Heights Phillips I 301 EAST CALL ST.

W. L. THIGPEN JR. I When to Keystone: "Uncle in Dave"1923 first there came was I I who blether is ,ill. O.in the J. Phillips Bradford, Sunday.County I j jj I IIlospital. ;! PHONE 19S Large Tender Fat LB 35c

neither store nor post office He j E S
Phone 297-J Mr. and Mrs. Lynn A Ward of 1
Starke Fla. has seen it grow to its piesent I & j
Route 2, Box 2.15.Dr I size and feels a personal pride Hastings visited Mrs. Ward's
in brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
it.Mrs. ,Mrs C. B. Nolan, enroute home Equipped for all Kinds of
Kennedy: was assisted i iI in
from a month's vacation in Cal radio and tele\ision repair 2 Ih Box
I' Skinless/
'I serving M. refreshments by Mrs. M.1 l 'fomia and points of interest out ork. F FRANKS 15c
See BILLY. JACKSONFOR Vance. and Mrs. A light ry 1 I,.west
Mr. I
j and Mrs Bobby God IP
Mr. and MrsV.. C. McCrary|have moved to 2801. Broadway I EXPERT SERVICE
I entertained friends and visitingrelatives 'St. in Jacksonville. I

TOP SOIL I at a dinner patty Sunday r\] S. E. Godwin and sons were REASONABLE PRICES
afternoon, followed by a tour! business visitors in Jacksonville Super-Rig!
Give Us A
around the lakes in this area. Monday afternoon. |

And All Type TractorVork )oil I. Ray Starnes was hostessto The Baldwin football team won I' Trial'i Extra Tender Ih 59c'n

members of the Daytime Bridge over Lake City last Friday! night i i I I BONELESS BUTTS

PHONE 165 Club on Wednesday afternoon j by a store of 36-6. Ray. EurnsediMdxville I' -
Sept 19. ,' boy, got two touch

W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER Mis: John Detweiler and Mrs I (Inure. Good work R:\v. MavvilloI '

1<:. C Weichel Jr. were host. I boys on the team this year are
joint !
!t.." ,t-s at a morning coffee and 1 1! flay and Bobby BuinseJ Gene ; COLONIALFLORIST Supreme
k, st"iik shower at the Weithel home, I|! Johnson Gene Scull. Hurv and n I I ii C N I A 8 oz 19C I.

Wednesday of last week. The honor i i Richard Bell.! This Friday night! \ IJ
they team with the D. B
guest was Mis. Joseph Mulling I up &
II h.1'n' i I team of St. Augustine We hope
many lovely: and W 11r \ T .fh.c ro
LOWEST useful gifts. that everybody will turn out and i I
I' give our boys a hand. Ed Watersof
.. PRICED 'I Mis J. Russell Young was hostess Maxville is manager of theteam. PHONE 218 Fresh PlumPRUNES & ;1l

BIG COLOR ,: daughter.at, a Sept.morning Edith,19.who coffee honoring recently on Wednesday her received ,i ham)Ir.. and Mrs. E D. Higgmbot (j) lOc FLAME RED TOKAY

1J ; I her degree in psychiatric and! sons and Mrs Janie
I Higginbotham visited Sunday af-

TV i I nursing position She will in at leave Fairfield Boston soon State to University accept Hospital. a- and'ternoon family with at Mrs.Doctor's Hessie Inlet Adams and FLOWERSFor HONEYDEWS Vine Ripened each 49' RAPES E S SFre

I x | Newton, Conn. I 1rs. Hattie Mosley and family of All Occasions ,
Wives of the officers and directors Mr DISH GARDENS
( A j and Mrs J. C. Higginbotham I
Last 2 LIJ
? of the h Calif.
,a ;: ctau y Rotary and daughter spent Saturday
rnlrya Club entertained Mrs Al Nelson night in Lawtey as the guests of POTTED PLANTS CARROTS Cello/ Bag 19c Ib
,,; wife of the District Governor, at Mrs Higgmbotham's parents, Mr. POTTERY I 1 Dc
a luncheon in the Lazy Susan on and Mrs. Nathan Starling.The .

Friday. Sept. 14, the day )Ir. Young People of the Long Flowers WiredAnywhere
Xelson made his Fresh GreenCABBAGE
official visit to Branch Baptist Church enjojec .

r. @ his home club. Following luncheon a weiner roast at the church last I'' Sc :_- .-_: .-- --.---_: --':.'
they returned to the homeof Friday night.Homecoming.

Mrs. S. E. McKay for an af- will be held October '
----- ternoon of bridge. 7th at the Maxville Baptist Nona St. Starke .-- .-. .-- --. --- -', _. ,

Everyone in the community, of and on Oct. lath at the Long alif. PastalCELERY

I I Th.AldrkK.Mu- every denomination is remindedof I Branch Baptist Church. We hope 2 for 29C Dole's Hawaiian
hogany grained
or llmid oak reception this Saturday that everybody will plan to attend I .
night in St. Anne's .c
grained finuhei. Episcopal I ,
\ Model 21CS781. Church to welcome the new pas- Miss Gloria Higginbotham of i PINEAPPLEJUICE
tor and his wife, Rev. and Mrs. Jacksonville visited with her I Fresh Ripe Bartlett

$495.00 Dick Bird. Receiving hours are mother, Mrs. Gazelle Sweat and. PEARS Ib 15c
j from 7to9p.m. family last Tuesday.

It's a boy for Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith of I J

I Oglesby, born Monday Sept. 17 Oceanway visited with Mr. andMrs. -
in Bradford County Hospital. Lonnie Harris and family
NOW-PUT THE EXQTINO NEW S.kddeCAPna Miss Lola Saturday afternoon.
Campatfcb; Color Tilcnixxi moved
A&P Our Finest Quality
WORLD OF COLOR TV INTO into her little new house across :Mrs.: Earl Cannon and Mrs.

YOUR HOME AT LOW com [ Black-aod-lfkitl Color | the street from the Woman's Lealer Harris were business I 46-oz can
Club She is busy with some visitors in Jacksonville last Tues-I APPLE SAUCE 25C
The RCA Victor Aldrich brings you 254 "finishing touches," and will be day afternoon. j
square incites of "Linrti at home Home Demonstration Club
that Cole to friends in about two
picture. ..color 's real weeks. The Maxville Home Demonstration 2 l-lbcans 29C
a demonstration of dependable Big Color \ 4 Club met Tuesday, Sept. IS
TV. See how easy it is to tune! Come Mr and Mrs Frank Egan are at the Maxville Civic Club andenjoyed Y I
in today I Bip Color W receives shows expected to arrive here about
in flock.and.white, too. It'i :Nov 1 fiom Syracuse, X. Y. for an interesting demonstration CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON I r
For UHFI UHF.VHF tuner optional.e>lra. like having 2 sell .n 1 11! the winter on Kitchen-Workshop
of the Home. Mrs. Nell Mills I Frozen Food pk 6 A&P
Ad about(,U, (ic/vnvt RCA Victor factory Service Contract Miss Ruth Ohlson has been and Mrs. Nan Cochran Home about this questionThe Frozen W oz

I visiting friends in Chicago for Demonstration agents of Jacksonville 70-oz
several weeks. her ab lowest bidder will get the
met with us. After
I sense, Mrs Irving Hanson of meeting the ladies enjoyed luncheon the- contract to construct our new ,I NIFTY WAFFLES

I Miami Beach, an old friend of thei at the flub tore building) If he bids too'I
TV ServiceAll i.imiiv, IS'islting Miss Ohlson'sstar low loses For 37c
i. Little Janet Copeland is improving money, he may walk
i Mrs Edith Thornquist. from a serious illness low and losses money, he may 3 For 29c 2 For

I CV1 1 R Fendrick of Gallon. suffered lost week. walk off the job leaving us 49'A&P

I oh:", una business trip to Flo- Oscar Owens visited his aunt.. with an imcomplete building I
,. I Ld.l. vISited briefly last week Mrs. Gladys James, in Jacksonville -
and liens for 12ozA&P
',\ith his son Carl Fendrick, and last Sunday.We unpaid bills A&P 72ozORANGE
Work Guaranteed Free '
:,ii..:I\ are sorry to learn thatMrs. Would a Surety Bond from

Fully Equipped ... DependableAll Mrs Robert Dodd was scheduledto Minnie Rideway has been your agency guarantee a complete I Green

Makes and Models I undergo surgery on Sept. 21 in ill for several days. building at the contract GREENS
Bradford! County Hospital. Her Mr. and Mrs. Edna Greene and! price? !

friend wish her a speedy re- Mr. and Mrs. Junior Mosley at- PEAS 10-0 15c 2 For
covery. tended the stock car races at the I for 27c

CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV Jacksonville Speedway: Saturday ( Charley E. Johns I
CEMETFKYORhIG night. Mr. Mosley participated in j
-- Radio Seat Covers UphoKterinirPhone I the event and wrecked: his rar. ,
239 Slarke, Fla. ; There will be a cemetery woik- i! Little Pamela Sue Mosley 412 Call SI e.lq let/e.l / e fl a -l/ e.Y MN
I in:: -it New River Missionary Bap- daughter of Mr. and Mrs Junior! & Son Agency

I OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY t:st Church allday Thursday, Oct. Mosley., was ill last week and had j Starke, Fla. e r r s
I i ,
n"t'r the
grounds Every- to be carried to the St. Vincent'slIt : I
. ,' .__ .1::,' '; 1":1' ,(' R H. V WY Y-.l..i U.1 U4 .Y .
;, _' ._., 4, -- Green Jrrc..iJi : pit; :ai in Jcs.-'m'l; hone 13 Starke, Fla. *
. -'- ? "_'. _.. '0"0
n.- ,!f ..: Cub i .
: .
i! e are grad t.t learn that Mrs .J"W;; ..


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f' I II rr I 'Ladies Council HoldsYear's Former Starke Girl 1' Lt. Claude Johns \\feds.iStarke; Garden Club I above named Court and cause and i.,

Complaint will be taken as
Last Meeting To Wed In you are required to serve a of fes ed con- i
/ GeorgiaMr. copy oy you. ,
Rachel Ann Sutton In Hears Year's Plans I your answer or pleading to the comThis' notice shall h.. published
| I
,At Christian Churchi Plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney 'once each week for four
; N. Carolina Ceremon} I'I"I': .III. 5rt7 Clark ''weeks in the Bradford County Tele- I
i : A covered-dish supper was en- Kirliiini.Ja' / < h''>n\ille -'. Fortda'graph.: :

t Ladies of the First Chris- Is" Rachel Ann Sutton. daujhui 'joyed by the Starke Garden Club and MIA Cl file krk the of original the Circuit In the Co'irt office of II..i'l: thiIS day .>( Vf"i.. J
I tian Church last members : before. the on or (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles Darby
Tuesday night Monday St. A. f
:Mr. and Mis. U. evening: in ,,
: 1 ni Raymond Mark's .. d.! i f 11 t.) r :..'.. 1 Clerk. of the Circuit Court
!held their last social meeting ot Siittim of Sylva N. C. and Lt I Parish House pieiedinuc : : otlie-I\It.i !(t"i- ""!<;i.r.: "ll- of said By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk t
j the i year at the church. The president ', Johns Jr. : their first fall meeting. 9 :I .' :e : -
Gladys Moot \ ude Jackson son 01
? 1 Mrs. W. L. Andrews pre- Mind Mrs. Claude J. Johns o:. l j Artistic dried arrangements'I II

Phone 35 i sided. tni- State Farm, were united 11, I were used as centerpieces for tic .;; -- 1t.T- -

I A covered dish supper was held 'i,.n'Mge Sept. 1 in the Sylvs I linen covered dining tables and

j following the meeting for the 29': :Methodist Church. i j' also on the speaker's table. COME IN FOR

I j present. Mrs. J. E. Sherwood, wife E. Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum pnchairman -
The Rev. Roy Bell ;pastoi /
| of the pastor, brought the devoI I officiated. Wed. j gram pl'esE'ntedhss I
oi the church
: tional. '1,I Jean Mundy who showed a colored! ,
ding music was presented b) FREE COFFEEAND I
1 The nominating committee, composed | Mrs. William Miller of AtlantaGa. I moving picture of the tea held in j

Melinda i of :Mrs. Millie Fogg, Mrs. and Tommy Ginn of Sylva. i Tallahassee two years ago at the /i I
1 Ara Moitt and Mrs. Margaret I Florida Federated Woman's Club'
The bride was given in mar SEE A
Blankenship Tuesday night Oct. ; annual meeting, which was at- j DEMONSTRATIONOF
Eleanor riage l by her father. She wore a I
2, will report on the new officers gown of white Dupioni silk wiU: tended by10 members of the i I THE FAMOUS SUNBEAM

selected. All circles will meet at I Starke Woman's Club and Gar
fitted bodice and a bouffant
r the 'hurch at 8 m. for the a : den Club. APPLIANCES
Shiver p. reg- :y skirt ending in a chapel train i iI iIrs.
ular business meeting. wit :\ Quattlebaum also presented
M The neckline was bordered :I

Alencon lace, pearls, and iridescent committee chairmen who gave SATURDAY

Weds Young Married Class paillettes. A veil of silk illusion their plans for the coming year SEPT. 28
Mrs. J. D. Civic
I fell from a cap of Alencor L
Elects New OfficersAn chainnan'l
stated that immediate
and Mrs. C. W. Johnson of lace which was edged with pearls I :Mrs Virginia: Jones
I to finish Factory Representative of the
Wm. D. Rome, Ga. announce the engagement and pleated illusion. She carrieda 11 I I'i Sunbeam
election of officers high I of their daughter Patricia cascade bouquet of white roses i south to the city limits. She i Company Hill be in our !store all day demonstrating -

lighted a meeting of the Young ed members to take azalea cuttings !, the new Sunbeam automatic
I Ann, to Charles Edward Hyde and lilies of the valley.
Married Women's Sunday School to start ]
new plants and also -
Dansbyin son of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. apppliancesSEE
Hyde of
I Churchat Miss Leah Sutton was maid
Class of the First Baptist made an appeal to citizens of''
also of Rome. The marriage will honor for her sister. She wore a
the home of Mrs. Betty Byrd I.
L s take place in October in the | floor length gown of white taf- Starke to give the club any: PAGE; ; 6. THIS ISSUE FOR ELROD'S RIG;
Monday night.
l 4' Shorter I shrubbery and trees that they ,;
: Avenue Church I
Mrs. Ralph Alvarez presided in Rome. Baptist feta on Empire lines, with aboatshaped I have no use for so the club can HARVEST OF VALUES IN FURNITUREHarry

I during the business session wher i neckline. Her head- j use them to beautify the town.
I The bride-elect
at one time at- J
: the following officers were elec- band was a narrow pearl strip.
MarylandChapel tended school in Staike when she : Mrs. M. f. Hazen, District Conservation ,
'' .. .. ted Mrs Aliese She carried pink roses and Fuji '
.. : Harding, president -
;. :' .. ,. + made her home with her grandmother : !; chairman announced
Mrs. Louise Doncan, vice mums with green ivy. C. Elrod
,.. : : ; Mrs. Laura Mosley. She i 1 that an all day conservation meeting Furniture Co
... president ; Mrs. Anne Greene, secretary Bridesmaids were Miss Ethel
graduated from high school in ; will be held in Ocala on Oct
.... ) ', I ; Mrs. Geraldine Bennett I Reed of Raleigh and Sylva, Miss s 118 21S
f". membersas Temple A\e.
I Rome and is now a nurse's aide at I and urged as many Starke. Fla.
*4" treasurer; Mrs. Betty Byrd, social \ Dell Hoyle of Chapel Hill, Miss
I Mrs. S. E
Floyd Hospital in that city. Her possible to attend.
f fI :
.t" chairman; Mrs. Wanda Pre- Caroline Reid of Durham Miss
t fiance is employed at the Rome | Sparks, who will have the pro- =
r .. .r" watt, Mrs. Geraldine Bennett, Mrs. I Claire Reed of Clemson. S. C. r
General Electric plant. ; gram in October, asked membersI .
Betty Byrd, and Mrs. Geraldine i I IOffIcers and Mrs. Jack Montgomery of
I I I I to bring dried and painted plants
:Melinda for daughter's wedding, andMrs. Griff, group captains. I. Charlotte. Their gowns were like
The marriage of Miss her I II j sprigs and leaves to the meeting I
of :Mr. Dansby the bridegroom'smother It was decided that future I II Are Named that of the maid of honor and FOR
Eleanor Shiver daughter I I for ideas on arrangements for the
and :Mrs. Wilmer T. Shiver of wore an aqua formal I mE'etingsill be held on the third !;|By Woodmen Circle I, they carried pink Fuji mums i Christmas store.Irs.. Spark

Jennings to William Durwood gown. Each wore an orchid cor- Tuesday of each month. I II I 1 i with ivy. will instruct the group on how to

Dansby, son of }Ir. and Mrs. I Refreshments were served during Officers for the year were named Jt'anneliIlel' of Atlanta, a :j j make these arrangements. PROMPT DELIVERYOF

Roger O. Dansby of Starke, was sage.Maurice Mellor of Battle Creek, the social hour. I by the nominating committee I cousin of the bride, was flower Mrs II. A. Lawson. president ]

solemnized Wednesday, Sept. 12, Mich served as best man, and I at the meeting of the Supreme girl I[ presided over the meeting in

at 7 o'clock in the evening in the ushers were Carl Rintz and Sally Lawson Feted I Forest Woodmen Circle Tuesday I Kenneth Johns of Staike serv- which Mrs. E. F. :\[jJE'SIrs.. P

Main Post Chapel Aberdeen Proving Charles Cook. All were classmatesof night. ed as best man for his brother I T. Xolin, Mrs. Wayne Haines and 'II

Grounds Aberdeen, Md, :Mr. Dansby at Aberdeen. At Birthday PartyMrs. The committee composed of Ushers were John Haddad of Mrs. Owen Vaughn eieoted in

Miss Betty Bamberg, organist Following the ceremony a reception M. L. Lawson entertainedat Mrs. Wesley L. Andrews, Mrs. Washington, D. C., John N. Kal- j|I as new members.::; : KEROSENE AND
Ira Wilson and Mrs. Eula Mae of Faison Richard Holmesof
played the traditional wedding was held at the Commiss- a lovely party Sunday after- mar | The October executive board i

music and accompanied the solo- ioned Officers Club, where the noon for her daughter Sally, who Conner reported the following list I Maiden, Jack Hennessee of 1 meeting will be held Friday Oct '

ist, Charles Irwin. main lounge was decorated in a was celebrating her fifth birthday of officers: Sylva, and Jack :Montgomery of | 19. at the home of Mis. SE
Mrs. L. N. Stokes president; I Charlotte. John Bryan Whitley '! FUEL OIL
Chaplain Hardin performed the white and green motif. The three- anniversary.A Sparks.
:Mrs. J. Jaudon first vice
F. ,
of Atlanta cousin of the bride
double ring candlelight ceremony tiered wedding cake was topped beautiful birthday cake top- ; Mrs Henrietta Hunt, sec- /. i After the meeting several .
small with miniature bride and ped with a doll centered the refreshment j was a junior usher. members went to the home of i iI
against a background of a groomon ond vice president; Mrs. W. L. PHONE 63
'I Mrs. Sutton, mother of the : Mrs. Garl Mathews to watch a 91
standards music box which table. Around the cake
palms, fern and tall a revolving I Andrews, treasurer; Mrs. Bessie I
march. were arranged coral vine and bride, wore Dior blue lace with a ;; night-blooming cereus bloom.
the The
holding baskets of gladioli, chrysanthemums played wedding I Sullivan secretary; :\Irs.'iIlie I i

arm tube roses. cake was covered with hand-made greenery, and long pastel-shaped I Mae Judd, auditor; Mrs. Eula [ ,.corsage of pink roses. Mrs. Johns;,

:Mrs. W. F. Leslie, Jr. of Jenn- flowers of butter icing and centered streamers hung from the ceiling I Mae Conner. chaplain; Mrs. Ira .mother of the bridegroom wore In The ('..un'" .liailee'fc ('....r.. In HEATERS VACUUM CLEANED

ings, sister of the bride, was mat- the reception table flanked by to the edges of the table. Dur-I j Wilson, attendant; Mrs. Rose Lee. I :dusty rose rystolme silk over and "'..r Bradford (ounl* l'l..riill.; '
ing the party Sally's father took taffeta, with velvet bodice. Her In ''...h".... We
Barbara silver candelabra with burning assistant attentantrs.. W. L.I Also Install Tanks
ron of honor, while Miss ; was a white orchid. IX KK I The state of S. I. ,I'ltws. I and Stands
Goode of Babylon, N. Y., and Miss white tapers. At the other end of i motion pictures. | Andrews, musician and Mrs. Joe I I'corsage l IMI eav-d
Games and refreshments were Following the thebride's MI i MI: or ruiM. rr.miov/ I
Faye Quarterman of Waycross, the room, garlands of smilax and P. Tomlinson, captain. I ceremony
ri\\i. 11I"1'Il tiu.i: orUIMIMSIIIVIKIX I
Ga. were bridesmaids. They were white chrysanthemums encircled I enjoyed by Sally and her ll little Drill team members are Mrs. patents entertained at a : i

gowned in white nylon I crystal bowls filled with punch. girl friends during the party Jessie Chastain, Mrs. Rose L<>e.1 reception in the Allison buildingof Null., i is hereby Kiven that I h.ICII..d \ '" '
identically L. F.
I hours. the church. my final retuin--* Adminitratrix ( ) DINKINS
chiffon, highlighted with bands of Mrs. Shiver and Mrs. Dansby Mrs. Ira Allen and Miss Sue I of the Estate of S. L. '

scalloped lace flowers, and crowned mothers of the bridal couple, together I Mrs. Wilma Emanuel assisted Chastain. Mrs. Lillian Allen is I The bride was dean of girlsin <'re\\'s deceased'! That 1 h.tfiled
Mrs. Lawson the IVtitnm., for distribution and foi
in entertaining mv
with twin scarves which looped with the }bride and bride- program chairman. I Hugh Morson Junior High final dis<'harse, and that on the 21 FUEL OIL SERVICE

in the back, forming long j groom and the bride's attendants I little guests" 'The meeting closed with a ( School in Raleigh last year. elaof' (kh ht-r. r..iH.!' I will/ :"IIIly| ltn
I ,,
ered dish Lt. Johns has the Honorable Therun .a.'awn.Judge
line. 'OV-\\ two |
formed the receiving supper.Installation completed
full flowing, floor-
streamers. The IAltar |( onntv of Itradford "oun.
length skirts were posed over After the reception the bride [ Society of officers will years work toward a Ph. D. in I|Florida for approval of sald final :.382 TEMPLE AYE.

I held in a joint meeting with the i political science at the Universityof !returns and for order of di'-trilm-
white shoulder and led the upstairsto II ,
taffeta. They wore groom way 11011 and final discharge a1- \diinn'istratrix + STARKE.1'LA.BARKSDALE'S.
The St. Edwards Altar Society Oak Hall Grove No. 20 in Gainesville North Carolina.Lt. ,.
veils studded with pearls and attached the Gold Room where the !' of the Estate of tf. I ,

to velvet temple circlets parents of the bride entertainedthe will meet in the Parish hall at 8 on Oct. 9. All members who and Mrs. Johns will be at settles I deceased. of September. I .
I This the :2u day !
outlined with pearls, and carried immediate families and all the 11 p.m. Tuesday Oct. 2. would like to attend are asked to home in Maiden, Mo. where he 'l3fi;. I.i I.

wedding partyith a wedding Several projects aie to be discussed : contact Mrs. L.r.. Stokes or the !i is stationed with the U. S. Ai j I iS: ) Murlie M Crews,
fheaves of red Better roses, ,
i Adiuinivtrati: of the F.'tatl' of
all ladies the Parish state
I! and of chaplain. Mrs W. L. An- Force.
tied with wide red taffeta ribbon. I dinner. :S I. Cr W, derrascd
I i are asked to be present. Asocial j drews. 9'4:! 41 1 10 I I01'ln It
The lovely bride, given in mar Later in the evening, Lt. and I hour will be held. I Ir.

riage by her father, chose for her 1 j Mrs. Dansby left on a wedding Mr. and Mn3J.. M. Edwards :\[ and Mrs. Drew Bell Sr.l|Little Women Plan '\ : 'KI .\I'P.;\R
llrnilford County.
wedding a frosty white gown of j trip to Niagara Falls and back via I will spend the weekend in Panama I and family of Mayo were visiting In Fluriilni 4' irruit In fruit Chnnerrv. ?
'For BallPIan.o -:7
imported Chantilly lace over I the Great Smokeys, Gatlmburg i City Mr and :Mrs Heniy Williamst Masquerade atria l Ii. :Miirra' Plaintiff./ \ .-. __
Tenn., and Gainesville.! I weekend' <;- "rge R :Murra} Defendanti !
shimmering satin. The Delicately on to over the r.iiNO.. III-IMI I ; .
I I ; for ball i
a masquerade as
molded bodice featured a Bateau I After September 21 they will reside -I --, :Notice To Appear ',.
J .
the first social event of the fall whoie
TH i : ".1'I I: Murray r..s-
neckline outlined with appliqued! at 915 Southwest Second < '
: season were made at a meetingof idem'c and' addns i' I nkinnvnYou -
lace embroidered with irridescent Avenue in Gainesville, where the i are hereby notified that a''I

paillettes and tiny pearls. Long"tapered I bridegroom will continue his stud- iI iI the Little Women's Club in the j suit for divorce \ff
I IICtALtLfrJ club house Tuesday night. Ap- !has been filed against yoji in the
sleeves ended in Calla lily I ies in pre-law at the University above named Court and cause and ,

points at the wrists. The voluminous of Florida, and Mrs. Dansby will I pointed to serve on the arrangements |you are required to serve a copy of ,, Np0E4Y
to the I II
i committee for this event your answer or pleading
tulle skirt, banded with a enter her sophomore year. frnplaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney I
Ii were: Elissa Stefanelli Martha I II t' Paldwin P 10. Hu104\ ,
wide pleated dust ruffle was I! Van Landingham, Gail Rowe, Car- ';."'10"\ ille, Florida
crowned with lace Lots of for us Johns 'land file the In the office "
a scalloped Wesleyan GuildThe i j good exercise (Mrs Charley I caught her ] ol Ann Pickett, Sandra Strick- original I
,lot the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
over-skirt which swept lavishly'into waist-line conscious gals this finger in a door at home the other I land Pat Hobbs Judy Dankel. for before the Ii I II The '

the cathedral train, partingin Wesleyan Service Guild, I week picking up mass and leaves day and mashed off the tip of |I Jackie Prevatt, Glenda Ui lerhill I 2'i: day ,.f Otohrr. 13:; of saidComplaint I

the center, showing a cascadeof Unit 2, will meet Tuesday evening and limbs after the big blow her 4th finger, right hand... and Ann Williams.As jothl'rwlse', the will allegations be taken as confesa- 'rw

pleated tulle ruffles. She wore a Oct. 2, at 7:30 o'clock at I Tuesday Guess we can't com- Ethel Raymond is in bed .j led\! by you. ,
one of its projects for the i This notice shall be published Tailored m
coif cap of matching lace, adorned the home of Mrs. R. S. Mullins;, plain, however, as that was the near pneumonia and Dee I once each week for four consecutive
year, the club will make tray favors I ?
with seed pearls and sequins, 1 j I 514 W. Weldon St., with Mrs. L. worst we got from Hurricane Fogg spent the first of the week for patients in local hospitals. weeks In the BRADFORD COUNTY /It/ u

from which fell her fourtieredveil Hillendahl as co-hostess. Flossy, while West Florida really in Bradford Hospital for a check- They will also make school ,TELEGRAPJI.hated this 21 day of Sept 1956.

of illusion frosted with lace suffered If we could have had up '(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles: A. Darby Torso / '
I favors to sell at the BHS-P. K.
| Clerk of the Circuit Court
medalions and pearls and a shadow Executive BoardThe I II a little more rain and less wind, Charles and Velma Lawson are Yonge football game as a fund- .By Marian 1.. Crosby. Deputy Clerk ,,

tier of matching lace. Her I it would have suited us better, moving to Lakeland this week- raising project. 9'28 4t 10/19 ,

bouquet was a white orchid tied Executive Board of the i however end, where Charles will enter his Miss Nancy Bates club \
with a wade white taffeta ribbon. | Certainly seems like a long lull Junior year at Southern College .
Starke Woman's Club will meet
I dent, read the by-laws during the In Clrrnlt fourt. Bradford ('oaatt.Florida .
Mrs. Shiver, mother of the Thursday afternoon, Oct. 4, at between football games, and this I Kitty Carter will take Velma's business session and Miss I. 1 In Chancery
bride, chose a soft beige formal 3:30 o'clock in the club lounge. \ will be a dull weekend sports- I place as nurse for Dr. Bar- / Dankel was appointed chairmanof 'Ka Rose>'lor.Kay Defendant.lor. Plaintiff, s. Alto ,

I wise, with a layoff for the Tornadoes ry Barbara Colley will arrive Case No. 10-1S01 ,
the and means commit- "
Things were livenedup Sunday for a month's vacation I ways 'Notice To Appear
I Tn'It... Kaylor. whose residenceand .
BARGAINS FOR WHOLESALELAST a little, however by the B from Charity Hospital in New address Is: i-o Wayne Prison,

j Squad game Thursday night, and Orleans, where she is in training tee.WSCS I Je.sup, Georgia. s F

I the Tornadoes will return to the Friends will be interested to MeetingCircles I You for are divorce hereby notified that a suit I t

WEEK'S MANY SALES PROVEOUR home field with a bang Oct. 5 know that Tom (Rev. T. G.) and has been filed against you In the Jjt'i

I when they meet P. K. Yonge Barbara Mitchell will be moving of the Methodist W. Iyou above named Court and cause and of
required to
are serve a copy
PRICES ARE LOWER I Enjoyed seeing the B Squad and I Oct. 1 from Lake Shore (Jacksonville S. C. S. will meet next Mondayand your answer or pleading to the i fl
Tuesday as follows: complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
their new cheerleaders (Robbie I ) to Lakeland, where Tom
OUR TERMS ARE EASIER I Capps. Flora Slade Mary Agnes i has been transferred as pastor of Circle 1, Mrs. T. H. Slade, leader Joseph Title Building K. Skipper Jacksonville 221 Florida 2,

Matthews, and Carol Temples) in the College Heights Methodist will meet in the education Florida
and file the original In the officeof \ 4fi
OUR TRADING IS HIGHER action Thursday night Church He was formerly pas- building Tuesday morning at 10 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
o'clock with Mrs. Charley Johns or before the 29 day of October
Xettie Tucker is beaming tor of the Methodist Church here
Try us First Before You buy to and Mrs. S. G. Denmark as hos 1956; otherwise the allegations of
over her recent vacation trip said Complaint will be taken as

DOWN Nassau says it really is a Gloria Gibson celebrated her tesses. confessed by you.
AS LOW AS $5.00 Circle This notice shall be published li
wonderful place to relax Another /[' 6th birthday Sept. 21'with a 2, Mrs. J. H. Fields once each week for four consecutive

vacationer, Ted small party at home Sam leader will meet Monday after- weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -

postcards that he landed connell'l McAliley, who was 4, was honor noon at 3 o'clockith Mrs. J. F. I, hated. this 26 day of September

Bradford Wholesale Motors Inc. pound trout and numerous smaller guest Sept 15 with a party for McComb as hostess. 1S36.

ones on a recent trip to the 30 friends at the Presbyterian I Circle 3, Mrs. L. J. Green, leader (Official Seal': ) Charles A. Darby .
will Clerk of the Circuit CourtBy
133; N. Temple Ave. Tel. 31S famous Haulover Canal near Ti- Manse Paula Champion was I 3 meet Monday afternoonat Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk

tusville Hear that Mrs. W a happy hostess on Sept. 13 ir I j o'clock in the education 9/28 4t JO/19
Across From
building with Mrs. J.
W. Andrews
... E. Middleton was surprised (to celebration of her 2nd milestone NOTICE TO APPE4RIn

j put it mildly) when she found a I and. in the grownup division j as hostess Florida Circuit In Court Chancery.Mary Bradford. County,

possum in her trash can the other j Ruth Simmons was the honor i, :, : Ann Dick I'laintifr'S.. Holland

morning seems he found hi j guest Saturday night when a U.D.C To MeetThe H. Dick, Defendant..
I Case No. 101S07'Notice
way m, but couldn't manage to | group of friends
FINE WATCH REPAIRING gave a surprise II I' To AppearTo
get out again I j birthday party at the Garden W. T. Week's Chapter, U. : Roland H. Dick whose residence -
See Mary Lawson part-time / Restaurant for D. C. will hold its first fall I and address is: 800 North
1/ about 20 guests meet- Adams Street Wilmington, Dela-
IS OUR SPECIALTY clerking at Roberts Jewelry these. ing Wednesday afternoon, Oct. ware. I JUMOR

days Friends of Mrs. H. A I Billy Miles graduated recenth 3. at 3:30 o'clock in the home of i You are hereby notified that a

Bishop Sr. will regret to hear from the X-ray and laboratory Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr. : suit for divorce

Our Precision Repairs Will 1 that she fell at her home near I technicians course at GradA'ahai as been filed against you In t11 Long torso dress that buttons up the front to-a

RtloWatch or Q Grandm Thursday of last week College St. Louis. Mo. he i i- >' I

and broke a bone in her arm just home for a brief vacation beforr Dr. Seymour R. Marco sparkling white braid-trimmed collar. Pleated

below the shoulder also broke Optometrist .
Clock to accurate. Dependable leaving Oct. 1 to intern for !six f < <

!ler knee cap and is confined tc months in the Chiplev hospital 118 N. Walnut skirt swings provocatively as you walk. Acetate

duty. P.iuitord: County Hospital Al Leonard and May Belle Whitehead Next to P. O. Phone 219 "

*o regret to hear that Mrs. A and Y
and children are Rayon, sies 5 to 15.
Prompt Serf ice Rea.son- \ rT Wood I." bark in the hospital anc* back to Starke from Barlow am) ANNOUNCES CHANGE OF HOURS

Priced !has .
ably pneumonia Pee Wee will occupy the Payne house at

Dampier has returned home after 101, W. Madison Connie 9-5 Monday Through Saturday $10.95BARKSDALE'S

21 Years Experience r.- : being in Lake City Veterans Hos- Jones of Silver Lake is employer!

ral for the past two months now at Prudential Life in J'rck- Evenings Appointment

Spotted while parading through I sonville New addresses
: F
GEM JEWELRY i! 'he! Parade of Homes in Jackson- N'asworthv. 244 So. Water Sf.:; Closed All Day Wednesday

I \ .IIe! last Sunday: Jean and Arch Etrain: ; Viekerv. 619 W A.lkir.s ?:;t

A PHONE 170 Th,'mas. Elsie and Cliff Hazen L. F. Huff. 5S3 W. Call: St VISION SPECIALISTEYES
Eol.n Smith Hazel Paulk Joe
: 109 E. Call St. Starke Fla. I
I in.! Cl.1rke"ood., Ernestine an' Seems to be all for now

: .... ......,-. r S. G. Denmark and Ruth and A See you :in the EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED
-" I"o_ .:... ,, .. I next STARKE FLA
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res Early Days t I i
Sr., and Mr. and Mrs '. I'c .
\\ ha\e t" mi i ': b.. t
Jr. will leave Sunday for I : .r. our politics todav -. f

I 'IieiE :I lanta day vacation to visit, stopping their off 50 Years Of Bradford Farming Told I the rank and flle.f.TroubVhat :t :tu! i..:: '-

sister, Miss June Harding. 7f.s' ijo: not make thoii 'aa''..' ..1.11' ..
; \ \\$ known to i then eleitflfinals .
)Ir. and Mrs P. A. I II ."
Jacksonville spent last \\' I Though Bradford County todayis
| WMr Emanuel Church wh- h he tt-, Asked about the luiuu1. l""l> "
day and Thursday with beckoning to industries to establish <
I .
: .nd"d'a:; located near the pre- lephed. "We have made
1 Mrs. R. C. Dampier. their plants here, an important great ;pro
- -------- 1'L s nt Conner Cemetery The
guess in the last 20 '
.v 6 years I
in the the I j.i-
I J Penny Holhngswoith part history of i l.'i iimg: replaced an old log stiui- wonder if we can
keep '
Mr and Mrs Charles Field* I II )Ir. and Mrs. X. M. Smith and ( weekend with Mr. and County has been written by the lure used by settlers long years, it :if

and family of Jacksonville were I family spent Sunday in Lyons L. Hair and daughter farmers who for decades supported 1w i hefi-cre. The old building had bumi 'MUM 'il' tlTKtl

visiting their parents Mr and | Ga. where they attended the Mer- Lake City. the economy and have been a L down In florld.it Circuit Court' Ilradford CflDotT,
many years ago. In ( .
Mrs O. W White Sr., and Mrs. i vm Methodist Church homecom and source of strength in the communities > ;n 11.1\1 hniurrT.te I I...... I'll! '.
Mrs. A. B. Cellon, : I.:.r
J. H. Fields on Sunday. I Married In 189! J nit-- W' I., t 1-I i.nil.iiu
J. Strickland of Gainesville! In ('45.. :N," >
1S99 Conner '
HM-3 Buddy Faxon of Camp Maj. Lewis Hieatt of Dayton, Mrs. J. L. Hair of Lake City I Typifying the kind of people married Carrie Noilre To .tpprnrt
Pwitth of Starke. The couple T" .luilc.! U'. I.,",'. .
LeJeune N. C. the weekend I vvh '- '
spent who
Ohio wasisiting his mother-in- ed Mrs Annie have given Bradford County .1 i, ti i' ,
> .ii .j l aii ins
with his mother, Mrs. W. D. Fax- law Mrs. Pauline Torode, over the Monday. I I a heritage of love for hard work iJip bought a 107 acre farm on the Ninth s-. ,-t. \nia! :j i'...,IBH jn> I.-
Biownlee Road which Ton
on. weekend. and a love for the land is Lawton they oper- are' hrp) notified tnat a
J. F. Clardy of Zephyrhills ated for 51 'E'ars. suit f"- J.I\.r. r. art' .'t d J ,
Rev. and Mrs. W. S. McAhley Mrs. L. M. DeSha of Wildwoodwas the weekend with his I: L. Conner, veteran of over a half has anil: "mini .'f iniiKir' ,:-1 i

and children will leave today fora the guest of Mrs. W. H Mrs Sarah Hunter and century of farming in the countyHe At the start they engaged in above been named f.Ied Court afraicsi you in th'
week's visit with her parents. Struth and Miss Kate Struth Mr and Mrs. Herbert retired in 1951 and is living general:: farming, with cotton as vou are required to I'er"I'cause ami' i ''

Mr :Mrs. Willis hey in with his for. the cash crops, but later, when your answer or pleading to tiie
and from Monday to Wednesday. Kathleen, quietly wife in a com 'plaint com
and daughter, ,
tt; on the Plaintiff's .
Graceville. They will also attend. able home at Broad and Cente- I the boll weevil took over. they 10'1".1" (I Attorney
Pat !1'0;
Attending the annual fall District Irene Roberts and ; I:arm ;' I:.i'I,
the Williams family reunion in i luncheon- weekend at the streets. change to truck farming lilllM.IlK i .Ial k-olllllli!! .". F:.I
Five Garden Club spent the and file the original
Graceville on Oct. 4. Scrub. Now approaching his 80th "At first" Conner recalls "we, the Clerk of the In the office of
j meeting at the Student camp in the I 'or before Circuit Court on
birthday, Conner came to Bradford LJff1 thought we were ruined by the the
Auditorium in Gainesille today Mrs C. D. Williams is J:' ilav .f i >:' with his folks from weevil, but we found out we could .otherwise the
I (Friday) are Mrs. H A. Lawson. ing two weeks with her County Complaint allegations of ad!

Mrs. M. F. Hazen. Mrs. J. D. I. Mr and Mrs Bill Clark in Nassau County when he was a lad do better with truckcrops and I II led hv >ou.will be taken as fonfes

Doyle, Mrs. Ewell Lawson :Mrs. 1 burg. of 14 They settled down on the :nore sto -k. We raised one to I I This notice shall be puhll-hrd! ,

FLORIDATHEATRE I' P J. Quattlebaum. Miss Clara I Mrs. J. H. Fields returned | Conner homestead just over the three acres of berries market, .i, once weeks each In the seek Bradford for four County conit-tutlve Telegraph

I: Leaman -Mrs. P... J. Davis, and !' New River bridge on the Brownlee- torn, beans and other truck 1 i -
I over the weekend from a I '.11. 'I. Ml,,,- JI 1 d.l ..f s, .
Mrs C. E. Johns. Raiford Road now known as the crops. OFFICIAL "|j.
visit with Mr. and Mis. I SEAL) Charles A. P. ri>%
M. W. Lance Jim Conner place. The Conners have 10 children I flerk of the Cirruit TourBy '
Mr and Mrs. Powell in Newton :\. C. :Marian L. Crosby .
spent the weekend with Mr. and Fields also spent the first Early D.ijsSpeaking living today. James Leon of I Veputv, ;, !. CI.'<'rk.
of his first recollections and Airs. 1.:1\\tun, Connergrounds Ftaike, W
Mrs R N. Carswell and family week with a sister, Mr and Raleigh StarkeW 'I .
Ga. of the days before the turn C. ( Wilton) of near Starke, In Circuit NOIKK 10 .tl'PKUt
in Waycross W. H. Ford in Cocoa. Court. Ilradfurd
I I I I Mr and Mrs. )l. L. Lawson I of the century. Conner said. "It Marcus of State Farm Loren of riiirlil.it In < han..r!'. County
were business visitors in Gaines- : Sylvia Paulk spent the was so very different back then up and maintain. i'! t-.I Fill \Uhite Bessie Pmnolstei St.Pett'rslllrg. :. Miami, Reba Crawford. Roberta I \IrrnOiitnuli s. Ihury vi. Ki>*>ki\ I I';.. : '
Double Feature cousin1'ian Kin-ke'\ f I. ,
Big with a 'd. n" "
yule Tuesday. I There wasn't a single graded ioa-1 free burying ground until siii li
Mrs J. J. Lipsey of Bianfordj' Lake City. I in the county. There were wry time as the publit manifested the and Mertie Bradley j :Mae Shaw, all of Starke and Elna :Ntillir'T. H'tuv'1'.. tpprnr. \'to
I Mrs. Gardiner has j I..r Kn-k' ',
I was visiting her daughter. Mrs George few wagons just horse carts then mteiest to Keep it going J.II'kson\'ille. i Dorman of Detroit Mich r.' -1,1. n.. and aiMn ,, iIM.I 1\_ c u I

Foster Shi Smith and family over turned home after seven Every man over IS had to work "Mj father was the first person :>< hUll I D.nsTh" ;i There are 33 grandchildren and ; \ Van 't'ar.. \.I.'r-. N \
visit with relatives in hereby .
1\\ &\1. the weekend. days a year on the public! buried there," Conner said. "It '- '. 2% srreatgrandchildren 'uit tar d.iorce notified Ti"it a
St. Augustine, and I :list"::: anpro > Han
1\fr._ and_ Mrs. W. T. Jackson anr" I I roads, three each in the spring was in 1906 when he died! XewRi'fr I Kelt red been filed against you In the
n u Beach. [ :, !'iei.-> ho"re a part o I! above named Court and ,
family visited Mr. and :Mrs. Fred and fall. was so high that we had to you are cause and
I Miss Stella Hatfield of Connei's eaih life ate sLiI 1! a pa't The Connei I letned from farming required to serve a copy of
"Later on we started to get a built! a platform the Your answer' or
Leonhard in Keystone Heights on on wagon pleading to tic'-,
sonville spent a few days of his memories. He attended the i i in 1931.: moving to their home cnmnlnint on the .
and we'erf PI 'lntfttnrni
l little
money high to .
enough .
i the
A unsuc rtuucttm Sunday I week with Mr. and Mrs. keep casket Vanderbilt school, located one in Staike They ,ire active in car- \ '\ -\iiii. c W'int. r. .ic .
Mrs. I. E. Clark spent last Friday able to get some fill dirt to fix up dry when \\e crossed the river to I! Kl-r.ili. 'r.tl.I Ciiil.lni: ,, .I I i. ,,.
AND Dill. The Dills also had as the loads but back in those daysit the mile south of Emanuel ChuretSome i ing for their n.any: plants and i S ,ili. ?'. Kl'.l I.I.I
Mr. Mrs. Ken- cemetery. The
and bridge
visiting and
I I| end guests Miss Marjorie woik to fill low of his teachers then were ;flowers around the homo file the original In the office tor
hard the
was small then Clerk
neth Clark in Jacksonville. very and many times of the Circuit Court
-q' 1' and Oscar Hendrix of \\' Noev Wainwright. Eula Hues : Like his before the on fOr
Mrs Prescott Gill Mrs F. J. spots. theie were four to six feet of water -' I pionunent grandson :::"I (111 .
.f ,-.
III : 'l.r| ,
Ga. Mills'iOscar A. Cone and Delia I I I"
COHM4nciwu Shaw and Mrs. V. V. Hazen accompanied -I Iy father farmed about 6( to go through before the bridge Doyle who IS slated to be the ,otherwise the allegations

CLEO'OORE Billy Harrington, Buck I I Mr. and Mrs. J. M High and we grew coin, cottor was leached Crews. Pupils attending school 1 I speaker of the Flotilla House of ('"mllla"t'iII! be taken as 'of:9nf.paid."acd -
I moving to Jacksonville this peanuts and Kept a few cows | with Conner in those years were Representatives ,n 1937 .( This you notice
Gill, Lamar Shaw and Jimmy Today 'onnt'r. shall be
end where Mr. High has hogs but not many, because'': seven 01' Conner's 12 Lemuel Futch J. H Ritch L. BRitih has also served in publuotfxe. onre cacti week for four published
I consecutive
Hazen to Douglas Ga. on Tuesday brothers
I the Junior College. \\asn't maiket for live sisters survue They Emma Riti Ii, :;. T. Ritch ;i lie was a niembei of the Count' neeks. in the Bradford County TeleSraph .
their any
where the
I boys Mr and Mrs. Billy then. We raised aboutverything are A. D. Fort Tierce: J MJimi. Floia Dval Ritch and four daugh Commission HIenis. st'I''mga' i'.I'.1 ilL". .1 i ila\
'i ''I| $
:freshman year at South Georgia I ( )I. Raifoid "pi( ;I' "i
I GaineslIe'isited his we needed and on the ,! ; :Mattie Futch tel." of ''Aunt Pep Sapp! Susie. chairman foi se\en He was also (t'I-'I-'II'I.-\I. M-.AI Charles A. IJarb-y
v. College. I1\Ir. and Mis R. O I Middleturg; Nettie :MiCormacx Ma, Maggie and Eleanoia a 'lerk of the Circuit Court.
i Maxine Young of Lake Butler Dansby ips to town about every three trustee for the REA Board Hy Jlailan I... Crosby, Denutv i leru
_. .
I the weekend while enroute .Q., ..-
a little white I" .
was a weekend guest of Jean we got

DoD I :Mundy. 'I their honeymoon. flour or rice. -
J. D. Doyle, Irvin Robbing,
\ Mr and Mrs. R. E. Mundorff
.HCIUilCKMU Mr. and Mrs. E. '-r. Brinson
spent the weekend at Santa Fe "Exerything was different then i

I'lui. llur My FIt'a'.. 'artoon ; Lake. in Fall Leesburg Conference Sunday of the to State attend used great big matches which i The Most Appreciated Gilt

Chapter No. 9 Serial I Mr and Mis B. F. Grimes and kept in a little tight, box ano
II Assn.
I son, Benny. of Ocala were Sun lighting was with candles
day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Mr and Mrs James Chitty from beef tallow, and a'' Is The USEFUL Gilt
family in
were Woodbine,
i F:. E Lewis. 'I brass kerosene lamp.
over the weekend
SEPT. 30 Oct. 1-2 i 1 Mr. and Mis L. B. Eason of I tives. visiting Over the past 50 years. Conner

I Meridian Miss were weekend watched new machines and

MOBY DICK : guests of Mr and Mrs. L. H. GibI I Capt. and Mrs R. G. methods come to the farm tc

I!I while enroute to South Flori- and daughter Judy, of the farmers to produce

I'lus I'netiMvtrd IVst Cartoon da. will also ville and Mr and Mrs. J D. work. Gifts For
I I They stop by the !ifis and family of Theressa; with less physical All OccasionsBy
Gibsons hard work
enroute home this com But it waa just plain
1 j Sunday guests of11'. and
WED. THUKS. FIH ,I i ing weekend. R. C. he started aiming Conner

OCT 3-1-3 Mrs. Laura Paterson of Bar- I Dampier. "Cotton was our cash crop,
| Dr. M B
tow is visiting her son and family Herlong and \!r. we'd be at it for about four I
Big Double Feature i Mrs Frank
i Mr and Mrs R. G. Paterson. I Herlong arrived starting in April. plowing :

:Mrs. 'V''. L. Cooper was a pa I I this week after spending the until July when we laid it by. I

tient in the Bradford County mer at \\'a l1eS\'iI1e. :\. C. in August we'd start pick- : Popular Demand

Hospital from Saturday to Tuesday -| were accompanied here by u'I And that was a hot job. with :
'Jim Killian;:
sun beating down, and the Our Wonderful Wonderful Gifts
I i Mr and Mrs V. O Stock of
i I and Mis T. H. Slade and I eating you up. Some-
were in
I Uiiiil.v! are renting Mrs. A. Z. Seffner from we picked cotton right up

.. Adkins' N. Walnut street home: ;| Thurslay.isitin her sister, the first frosts.
i i and Mrs B. C. Lee. .
from October to March. l. Tra tors

Mrs. J. \\'. Kincaid and Mrs I Mrs Randolph Crosby and "Back in those days we didn't o

i O. L. Beasley of Starke, and I i Henrv Carter of Maxville \' tractors and big equipment
Mrs C P. Tison of Jacksonville I, Johns Saturday visitors of Mrs work with that farmers now

returned home Wednesday of f \ We had little scooter plow,
*-. last week from a three-week trip'|r Miss Dorothy Ross spent as small as three inches and

to Texas. While in Texas they 'I''I day afternoon with friends largest six inches, and a pony. Is the Largest and Most Beautiful! we haeeer

c4at attended the wedding of Augustus I I' relatives. and at White SprinsrsMr or mule. We w'oi ked around offered. If you are not already a satisfied
Mrs. Thomas
Earl Beasley Jr. to Miss Carole'
Jacksonville user, ask the man who owns
Hubbard on Sept. 8 in the FirstBaptist were visiting "We used compost for ferti-
t I and Mis Ovid Bennett ene. I'ens, 1'encls and Desk Sets byAmerica's
church in Bay Town,, on We'd cow pen a lot. and then
Oldest I'enmakcr.
Ji.1 Texas. They also visited friends i day.
f i cotton there one year, then

4.L1L .. in Waco Texas and went sightseeing : and peanuts the next. We

m. I in New Orleans. sr'Tp.\IF.Vr OP about 8 to 10 bushels of corn r.Me-Poi! Set-dainty! ,

.diii'I r I Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Abbott o:f i I ""11". M\.%(... \n TIIR.>1'. ("ni\ > acre then. "I The Popular purs size pen end
1 Tlft'1:1'(' : p.neilln handy find-
Hpqrinrn :
-- I Tampa were last Thursday visit-1' *rr OP roNfinKss OF .nr"- "We had a good orange grove obi* cci,. Choice of \

K1UiJj}tS ors of Dr. and Mrs W. E Mid; I I I I :.AC1S.. II"J OF .:"'.:U III. the old farm, cut the big DESK SET point, choic* of 6
lOOOv.u.l : MIIUII 3. 193:1. .
dleton. too
Jl'IV 2. 10lit (Title 311, l.s. ( killed the trees. Then, poiltl? colon $5.00
I Srrtlon S.1.11. remember the big snowfall on I
or Rrt r>Koip rorxTT Q Aule-Fil? Otsk Pin Jel-wilh lhptn
13 1899.Conner's .
I OR\rir.. published weekly I In Black % that fill* Itulf from giant Ink-
It's A Fact! ?tark 1. That. Klundj 1 the fur (>.tiil.er 1. father, William Riley I -' S fountain In Hit ban. founloln-bos
namei and adJre I
t of the publisher; .editor is remembered in Brad 3.25 reeds Ink only 4 tmei! ytarly In

=.t '$ 1. The function of each organof editor. and nii'in. s manager county as the founder of i normal use. Chotc of point, choice

mm mm jour body it directed and Fla.Editor Publi her. l".. L. Matthews\, Cemetery. I of color . . {4.00

JUAN TAYtUR ADEllIRCINS controlled by the nenous sjstem. Fla. E. L. Matthews. K. Conner I In Colors '
"He was a devout Christian
Editor. E. L. I
1 I aiiIANcHuaER Starke. Fla.Business said of his father. "He 3.75 'd

.__._- 2. Falls, !strains jolts and Manager E. L. for Emanuel Church and i -
,- ...._SAIUlz r thew. Starke': Fla.
_.WING)l CNII Jan produce spinal misalign 2. That the owner Is: E. L. \, the cemetery. '! Also comes with chain attached for use in
_.AUX InroI! mt'nt.hirh in turn thews. Starke, Fla. "He cleaned and fenced the land I j Motels
U _..tOOlISIIf/ producenene 3. That the known Restaurants, Banks, Sen-ice Stations
pressures. :Xene pressure mortgage, and other the cemetery and asked me I etc. .
holders owning or holding 1 ; ,
the oldest son to keep the i
disturbs lowers cent
AND function. or more of total amount II I
bonds mortgages or other I
resistance and results in dis ties! are: ', '
w- 4 None. I :- .' I
ease. -- - -
if' I 4. Paragraphs :! and :t im'lujc II NOYIYoucET!

YOUTH ON 3. Your Chiropractor is equipped 'upon cases where the bonks the stockholder of the company' I I The

THE uith scientific instrument trustees or in any other fidu<' D.Ifi* ".. f ckit tilItauhM ..
to locate and relatinii. the name of the person AEBIC thread id point .
LOOSEr I remove nervepressure. Ideal d..ton.4 E,Ur
corporation for MORE
hi such FEATURES I your cholc* ?. Pin and MClchlng fvJ
acting also
; the statments in
I ., .bio th.barrel
tWo paragraphs show the STAUKE FLA. > r ncl GleamIng mlal capk

4. Countless thousands of full knowledge and belief as to Gift GIll .eaed5 ._. !9.71dve
sick people have found Chiropractic circiimstam and conditions / MORE VALUE -
whi<'h stockholders and '
('ffl''tJaftt'r all other holdei-s who do not appear upon SUN. MON AND TUES. j them an Esterbroolc-u

!books of the company as tru SEPT. 30 Oct. 1-2
: : for one of beautiful
met bod' failed. ''I hold vto<'k and securities in a ( many pen an rpl1t'fnm;

If jour condition will not i,owner.pacitv oth..r than that of a bona Double Feature 5.I ,, or a marvelous desk pen jet. All will be

respond to Chiropractic, jour I[ copies 5 That of each the Issue average of this number Red SundownStaring Student, present* of easier smoother writing, because

you so. scribrrs during the twelve AND Teacher way of writing. More than 30 point styles.
preceding the date shown above ,

I.V hTARHE IT'S THE I 2..6"E.' L. Duel In Mississippi NEW -

Sw .rn t.> and sulorili "" House-
BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC I n ,. 'hi-, 2th day tiC $.pt.-mto-r. i4 Lex: Barkernd
LORI NELSON ""iFF"\I.I M-\I.) I Patricia Medina REMINGTON
JOHN SMITH ; ,'ounty Judgf. Wifeatitit
CHUCK CONNORS ,. CLINICs I l.r.Hlfoid: <'nuntFlorida I I)

>OTIfK-TOpp..an i And THURS, OCT. 3-4 .(' When in need of the Heavier Items of' 41

,.-kv.i"l--..- llKxks North of Post Office In rirrult Court. Bradford I' Double Feature or Office Equipment Desks Chairs i "

I Modern Method., Ladyssistant \!.Florida\ .inn rirtun.it"la Chancery.. 1'l.iinliff. Compare this, typewriter and Filing Cabinets etc. Get f//
1'luTart-, antI Houeis, Cartoon I Ir The Eternal Sea you Our Prices .
\ Strom Baths \d
,1111 i Ilunai", I h f'nI.JI First.
will be l'
\ i fa>.. Xi..: (\- convinced that here is a BusinessMan We can offer you overnight
I 1 :: hayden & .\le\is Smith
J \utire To Ipprar superb portable' typewriter hat delivery on
__ everything
n T.,1.. lint' .'''rtllnl1to whore | ANDOutlaw you We will appreciate the
U gives you beautiful printwork and opportunity to
i' mil adtr< ss i I" 67-11 ;:; quote.
Stri. t. Middleillape! \eu \ >.rk Territory a new ease of operoflon-it's quiet
SWEDISH MASSAGE You are' hereby notified that a
f..r dtv.r"icare.. custod and too. It's the only portable with -
I 'Donald (
,. 'arS.:: Joanne DrueAlso
t" 1 f minor hild Miracle Tab and 34 other out-
has been filed against you In Cartoon
Arthritis, Asthma. above named Court and cause sandng; useful features. BjdgefTernmTest TERMS IFDESIRED Also
vou are requtred to serve a copy trials Remington t Adding Machines
Typing arranged.
?! \ vi.ur answer or pleadins to FRI And SAT.. OCT. 5-6 !
Kidney and Heart Trouble i ''1'11'1.1'1.1' .n tin- Plaintiff
t4 fttiiniv. H r. Baldwin. P O H. Double Feature TERMS TO SUIT YOUR CO.NVEXIE.N'CEPhone _
1' 4. <;am. -* .i1IiFlQrida!
r. ParaljMs, Hay FeerNenousness. and file the original In the Carousel
;: f I"t the Clerk of the Circuit Court
: : I Reducing oi! brfi,re' the 21 dav of () IV ('lNFM.sCOl'E
l'< ,6; otherwise the allegation rdtn Mclwie & Sherly Jones
% -ud Complaint will be taken
Introductory Special ,i.n'est-ed by you. AND Bradford
This notice shall be publi County
,'ni- ear'h week for four '' !' Of The Yukon Telegraph

.. SIX $21.00 I weeks in the Bradford County '
\\itb Randolph Scott
{"I.,-. d 'r.- :2J day of
! ("arrieMac 119 S. Thomp m, Starke (Ofluidl Seal) Charles A. Darhy. Also Cartoon & Serial 29 Starke Fla.
Starhn I Clerk of the Circuit' Ci t ,

B>' :Marian L. Crosb)'. Drpjtv i.-. 4: O:,: Est. 1879nUD.n'




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-- ------- BRADFORD COUNTY: TELKGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA i'I'lilll., ."L-r..L.um.... ..-.......'... ,.P>\:, III"....a.; :
f f f f f e e f f f f l f f f f f l f f f f fl
surprised \\'ednestJamght after! ,....................... I:
ji.ivei; meeting when HitNrw: --------- -----' _-. ""'-
BROODER i giver. Baptist Church iwnembered I LAWTEYHy \ I : C =

I her );.th Birthday. .Mrs. Roy I !
I'.y Mrs. t:. K. ra.,tlen Tomlinson baked a lovely two- ''' \ DON'T MISS
..A..AA..44..4...... tiered cake and desolated it with i I ,11'1',1',,,
pink rosebuds. Birthday cake and I !
\\))1:: Offu-irs }:}.dl'tl fMis. drinks were served those II I OF
Theo Ilyal was in charge ,present.: Jlenda received a number O J, 1'I11111psutfered a heart I !\' ) Elrod
of the pl'Ogramhen the Drook- I of nice gifts on this happy oc- .ittai'k Cdlly Sunday morning ands t6
confined in the Bradford County )
et Baptist WMU met at the home .
(casion. She wishes to express hei "I''" .. I' \.
of Mrs. Wilson Green Tuesday heartfelt thanks to all who had a Hospital. Danny Phillips had the !
misfortune to chip a bone in his I'II"I! )
night of last \\eek. Asrstmg 'I pact in making this such a won- [ rJf
foot w
Mrs. Green on the program were ,derful birthday. while playing soccer at school] I'
and will have to be crutchesfor
Mrs. H. C Douglas, Mrs. Ernest I Ballroom on { ; ( 218 TEMPLE AVE.
: dancing is a fancy thatis a few weeks. We wish for STARKE, FLA. PHONE
Lester and Mrs. C. B. Stalhngs. '
: catching the eyes of our young both 'I
a speedy
recovery. ,
Inuring the business meeting, presided ;[people lately. fatty Harrod of I ,
over by the president, Mrs. ,,Jackr,>nville is giving instruction Everett Burney of Jacksonville I ,
M. O. Harrell the report of the I at the American in Starke visited his mother Mrs. George ,

nominating ed and r.ew committee officers was elected rl'ceiv-I as 1 I,Ion]noons., Tuesday Those and taking Legion Thursday advantage after-of Ann Mrs.more Sapp visited Walter, last Mrs.Buholtz Friday.Sapp of on Mr.Tues-Dins-and .. Here's the Living Room of Tomorrow. Tagged to Fit Your Pocketbook TODAY!

follows: I I I
j]these classes are Linda Gayle
1 day.
Prer'dent.frs.. L. L. Hyal; 1st Green, Mary Jane Bigham, Jean
is extendedto
vice president Mrs. Frank Tinney: Endicott, Craig Wood, and Gene Deepest sympathy I : '
2nd vice president, Mrs. Ernest I, Edwards. Patty and Mary Big- loss Mrs.of her John husband.McConnell in the i T-IL: Two Lovely TABLE LAMPS I':
Lester; Young People's Director, : ham are also taking tap. u t 1J!
Mrs. Castlen Circle Chair- Mrs. Joyce Futch and son
Joyce ; Little Billy Bigham was one year I I '
man Mrs. Wilson Green; Mission I'old Sunday and lots of friends I Ralph were shopping in Jacksonville will be given absolutely a r e i1J"4""J I I. ;i

Study Mrs. H. C. Douglas; Stewardship wished him a happy birthday. Saturday.
Mrs. Howard Norton; There was also lots of ice cream The H. T. Markham family of '
with the ; J
purchase of this
Community Missions, Mra M. O. and cake. Gainesville were Sunday guestsof living : ;
Harrell; Publicity. Mrs. C. B. her parents, :\11'. and Mrs. Dan ,':"
Reand Mrs. Ressie Carletonwere ,
W. Starling:
Stallings; Social Mrs. 'C. E.
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. room grouping as illustrated :
Green and Mrs. Ralph Nettles; The Frank Cruces have a new :, '
and Mrs. J. G. Howard Fair
Children's Home, Mrs. Lloyd Barry.A banks. baby girl, Lucinda, who was born !11 !j

reviewing council was also ap- I Tuesday, Sept. 20. r, :,' l
Hugh B. Crosby has returned toi I r "' I
pointed at ths time composed of :
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hallman of 1
Mrs. J. K. Douglas.frs. Stalhngs his base at Moffett Field, Calif. Chattanooga, Tenn. came Wed- :
and Mrs. Tinney. He has been assigned to the USS nesday to spend sometime with
Hornet for sea duty I
Garden Club MwN Mrs. Margaret Kelly, and the H. :

The Brooker Garden Club met Sarah Carleton spent the Wl'l'k-1 C. Kelly family. They all visited' xa TWO TABLE LAMPS Val. 19.90.
end with Mr. and Mrs. Lane relatives in Yankeetown on Sun- \ j i
at the Civic Center la.rFriday 75 ,
son in Gainesville.
night for the' first meeting of the day.Mr. $2 75 Handsome 2-Piece SUITE "
new year Mrs W. E. Bigham Jr. Mrs Rosa Pinholster, Mrs \Ia-I and Mrs. Willie Dobbs were I:' ,
president presided over the business 'na' Wiggins, Mnv Lucille Hazen Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. (Sofa and Chair) Val. -- 249.95 j
meeting, which was precededby and Mrs. Lucille Green visited Cecil Dobbs in Jacksonville.Pratt I

a covered dish supper. Mrs. Mrs. Dick Mason in Gainesville Kitby of Ocala visited Extra Casual Chair, Val. 39.95 f :
Lucille Edwards read the minutes Thursday. Mrs. Mason is from I the Truman Norman family

<.f the last meeting and of the Executive ]New Oilcans La. and is spending I Thursday night. YOU SAVE $93.90 Two End Tables, Val. -. 39.90 j'. ,;
:a few with her
meeting which was held at days parentsh'.1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore were
the home of :Mrs. Bigham Monday and Mrs. Lee Green, Wednesday overnight guests ofMr. '
night. Mrs. T. W. Mai'key gave a ville. Gaines-I and! Mrs. Seeber Doyle An- This ]luxurious Ihinff room suite has 'Wrjthinif! The reversible I>oededue Coffee Table, Val. 19.95 :

report on roadside beautification. Mrs. Aubrey Hazen and son drews Wildwood.. eat cushions: are filled. with 514' inches of foam rubber, and the

one of the club's projects, and I Sidney were visiting Mr. and Mra I Evangelist Don Brandeis of suite i is uphostered all over with t the new miracle SYLMER fabric that :: i ii I
:,aid that 23 palms were set out Jack Thomas in Gainesville Sunday Carrabelle delivered the messageat
'( Never such fine features at lowa TOTAL UfiLUE 36 65 I
along the main highway last week. I the First Baptist Church Sunday resists stains and wipes off easily.: so ""' i :

Mrs. G. W. Davis was appointed Mrs. Minnie Hazen has just morning. Don will begin a price! I I..' j I
treasurer due to the resignation turned revival in Bessemer Ala. on Fii- !
from a shoat visit with )re'I'I ,
(.f Mrs. Ralph Nettles. Tentative and Mrs. J. P. Hazen in Ocala. day. Larry Moeck of Carrabelle 1
made for fish to accompanied him to i '
plans were a fry Winfred Hazen and children of Lawtey on ,
held in celebrationof Saturday. I Ili'l
be next month Gainesville j
were visiting Mr. and j I
the Park, and to raise '"
City Mrs. Aubrey Ha'zen and family Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson -
funds to further civic improvements ;1 Saturday. and daughter of Buffalo N. .... <\0J IN POPULAR I: I
The club was honored to i Y. spent last week with their
have three distinguished visitors, 'I Rev. and Mrs. C. L. Carroll and grandparents. a.I1dIrs.. Bud- ff1J' J>lJLE I MAPLE: It;
daughter Nettie of
Mrs. Ann Klleman who has been i l visited the L. L. Parkers Worthington Sunday. dy Starling, at the H. C. Harley FREE Bud d Vase FINISH :
very active in Garden Club work :. I home. ,
Elsie Crews of Jacksonville '

served for a number as judge of in:years flower and shows has her mother, Mrs. Mattie wasvhitine Mrs. Noiene visited the Thomas Hermie of Jacksonville Kelly- IW ;' > Big Dresser i"" !

:Mrs. Knowles of New Jersey, a. Barry Sunday. I family Sunday evening.Mr. Last! I : J
house guest of Mrs. Klieman, and I Among attending the revival and Mrs. Benton Futch, While They : with Mirror
Mrs. Thomas Hamilton. at Antioch Baptist Church Ralph Futch, and Doyle Kelly ).SV ,
last week were Rev. and Mrs. L. I
Surprise Birthday Party I were in Jacksonville Sunday after- One to every Lady i !
I. Parker. Mrs. Eva Harrell and
Glenda Parker 59.50
was pleasantly noon. )1
Sharon, Mrs. Doris Kelley, Mrs. (( ) e
Friends "" "" ,1'1'
of Mrs. r
Arthur Pearce
visits store
| Lucille Hazen, Mrs. Rosa Pinhol.ster. who our :
will regret to hear that she had
Tom Stewart and Truby Pin- .
the misfortune to catch her ham' 0 II i
holstoiMi in the wringer of her washing During This Sale I '! ,, Lt < ::1 :
and Mrs. Xewn Mott were s t

\'IsitingMr.. andIrs.. Marshall machine. last Friday morning.Mrs. ISSREBaB BHB&SS / x e & a s i I j I I II :, ;
Mott and family in Gainesville Stafford a former nurse AG ]I ;5 DRAWER I,:,
Mrs. Mary Reddish, and her
last week. I, son, Albert, of the Be i' -
State Farm These 3 Pieces May CHEST !
c Ralph Nettles haft been confined:| visited Mrs. Reddish and Mrs. I
to Kt Vincent's Hospital in Jack- j| ,
Ilefferson on Sunday. Other visit-
sonvillo for the past nine days. Hej''ois Purchased Group
during the week were Mrs. as a : :
underwent! a major operation, but I 35.50
Virginia Reynolds, of Macclenny -
wife Clara says he is doing fine.
jY I and Mrs. Eve Godwin of '
,We hope he will soon be home. Mr. Starke. For Only. '
ami Mrs S. K. SessIOnsIri' Net I,
Mr. and Mrs. Othma Norman ', .
tles' parents, of Wauchuli, have I !,
of Heilbronn were dinner '
r sto'Utitrshieve ,been here to help with the chil- Sunday
guests ofIr. and Mrs. Lonnie
;drf'I1 Teston.Mr. BOOKCASE '
I I Rev. C. H. Stallings was !guest !
.esker at the Lake Butler Baptist and Mrs. Jack Estes were
/ Church Sunday. We were in Jacksonville attending to business BED I
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I I''
on Monday.Mrs \
happy to have J. T. Lawson of 119150 ,'rl t !
'!the First Baptist Church in Staike Selma Eunice and ffiar.son -;-'
Proved by rugged2.million.mile to bring a message at the Brooker Charles Norton Mr. and Mrs.J. V/) 29.50 Iii!: !

Baptist Church in his absence.Mr. S. Eunice, and Mrs. Mary ; I :,
test to be the I and Mrs. Ctyde Green Jr. Locke visited Grandmother Dowellin I il"" '

,and son were visiting :Mr. and a convalescent home in Gaines- I :
FINEST BATTERY ,Mrs. E. D. Witt in Alachua Sun- ville last Sunday. 11:1':

MONEY CAN BUY! day.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish l IIII II
and Mrs. H. E. Stokes Jr. were weekend guests of their son-
SM Your Nearest and daughter were visiting Mr. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs

PREST-0-LITE Battery DealerFarm and Mrs. S. A. Dority in Alachua J. O..pons, in Tallahassf e.Mr FREE! $10.95 VALUE 32-PIECE DINNERWARE SET FREE! Iii

Dishibel.J L, Sunday and Mrs. Theodore Crews f II
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stokes. Mrs. and family visited their new-

Mattie Sowella' and Mrs. H. P. granddaughter, daughter of Mr. PURCHASE OF CHROME OR WROUGHT IRON DINETTE SET
Home Gainey attended the Suwannee As- arm Mrs Marklee Padgett, in \WITH THE I

sociation Church services at Craw- Clay Hill on Sunday.Mr. I

ford Lake last weekend. I and Mrs. Stewart Crook of I
& Auto SupplyWholesale Mrs. Beady Connerly of Talla- 'j Pasco visited the H. C. Keliys on Save $40 on These Big 7-P/ece Dinettes
hassee spent the weekend with,Tuesday. The Crooks are cousins

Mrs.Kenneth:Mattie! Mott Sowells.of Pensacola spent,|of Mr.Mr.and Kelly.Mrs. O. Anders and I .I !1llLi} I I I I In Popular Chrome or Black

PHONE 26 the weekend with his parents. Rev. Billy were Sunday guests of Mr SHU 2ifix< ( >
and Mrs. H. H. Mott.
and Mrs. James Anders in Palat- ,
State Rd. 16 at 18th and Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hicks were ka. '

Cherry SU. visiting Mrs. Myrtle Scarbroughand Mr. Mrs.
and Lynn Hamiltonare
family in Worthington Sun- Regular $j'fl95
Starke, Fla. day. occupying their new home
north of the new road which leadsto

the Highland Mine.

NEED CASH? -- $50 -- $100 -- $300 I Jacksonville Mrs. Nellie was Mae visiting Dryden her of $139.95 VALUEWide

mother Mrs. Perry Davis and Mr.

and Mrs. Fred Moore and

MARION FINANCE CO., Inc. sons. Jimmy and Chuck, were Choice of Colors. t
fishing in the SL Johns River last

218 W. University Ave. Phone FR6-5333 Saturday.
Gainesville, Fla.HUNDREDS. New Dickey and Phillips Dixon of I I II
River were dinner guests of "

... Spurgeon of. C.Starke Massey II. Brown spent on Sunday and Sunday.Mrs. daughters with. -'/' I FREE FREE ,iii iiii li:1 li:1'I :

her father J. B. Teston. !
Mrs. Mamie Oliver of Baldwin I 'I .i PIECEMIXING ELRODj IH
was the Monday dinner guest of ,I I

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts. | I BOWL ii,1,I t.
Ray Reddish came from Xew'

York City recently and has entered i, I SET II:! t tI

of aetails are managed and economically the University' Florida. : I "
attended that only a trained and The Earl Teston family spent : ::'! t

careful organization can attend when Sunday in Jacksonville with Mr. -- I
and Mrs. Clarence :\Iose! }'. ,
the urgent need for serving is at The James; Waters family had i| I CO. !I!! i i'I

hand 1c Sunday afternoon guests Mrs. j 'I ''I:' !

t I I Buford, Mrs Higginbotham E. D. Higginbotham and Mr.nd of,J I III t Ill( III!! I I'I f fI

II i Maxville. I I II
DeWITT C. JONESPhone I I Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Testra I II 1 I

7 Starke. Fla. I|were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charley I With Any Purchase OfS39.93 218 TEMPLE AVE. STARKE FLA. : ;
Mosley and son in Highland
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur i r ':'rturd ay. !! Ii. ; or Over : ;

local funeral home enables ua to offer convenience tcl Mr. and Mrs. Edward Whelar Ii' j:1: During OurHARVEST WATCH FOR OUR BIG 8-P AGE HARVEST II,lei!! I
were in Jacksonville on Monday
services not otherwise available r'; I OF VALUES; :'

I We furnish the highest type eervlte at lowest prices, anaecrpt i T v'-h to thank each anj eve-v I I __. ''U.; I i II

i ANY life insurance pollcj In force. lned by ANT one who W3a so kind to me In .4 i i

' I In in full on a funeral. ,\ r,' *'rit lii s of m\ beloveJlusMn'd '
company as payment part or ___ ___ ,_ = === -_ = = _. ;
1 == = _____ =- =c -
{ = =
I I Consultation tarries no obligation. -- Mr Jc'1'f! .= = :- ___: : "" '
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and chewing their cuds, it is a I Club Meeting Church on Sunday Sept. ou, aip.m. :-*.- .
The State Farm Woman'sClub Charles A. Darby"lerk u.., ""0' .
have enough to ,
good sign they : >f saId'i ui- i mrtI.x $47f with !legai interest thereon' ,
eat. had its first meeting of the M, ..11. L > : --1 li. n"I' i'I"rk> {1'1I h< dati o' >aid di--ree and She 'T t' r adf a tin 'ion r
Fire Season ComingOur : new year Tuesday afternoon of In The Bradford fountr(ounty.Judli.: Florida.IN '. Court. Of ::1 4t .t. <. _j'. trtd ,iM, i rd,' ti (10ti

timber crop is important to last week in the Community Club 1FEstate of Conrad Letsch also -- --
Good timber House with Mrs. J. E. Hitchcock known as C. Letsch, Deceased. MVTHK: OF MIKIUKF'sNotice !! \Lt: ,
our county. requirescare
Notice: Of Intention To Apply For .> hereby given that the
and attention, the same as Mrs. Louis Dean, and Mrs. Carl Final IllM-harge ;, undei signed Sheriff of Bradford i,
corn and peanuts and livestock.We Kirtsinger as hostesses.The TO ALL WHOM: IT :MAY CONCERN- I INotue 'County Florida has levied upon and NO DOWN PAYMENT !
I Is hereby given hat Ihaxe will sell at the South front door of REQUIRED!
know they don't need as following officers were
filed mx final report as the !i the County Court lint-.n Stark.1Bradford
I much attention, but now is a good elected for the new year: Mrs. admin trat..r of the estate of Conrad : county, Fonda on October -
time to plan a little about fire R. V. Turner, president; Mrs. R Let"ch, deceased; that I havefiled 12:!, ISiti, during the legal hour- '
my petition for final discharge of sale and (commencing at 1-:!
i lines and check for insects and! McLendon, vice president; Mrs and that I will apply to o'clock noon on said day, at publu A CHANCE TO PAY AS YOU ENJOYAN
diseases. Fire lines are important I L. L. Wainwright secretary; and the Honorable. Theron .\. Yawn. outcrxt" the highest and bestbidder
county Judge of Bradford County f"ra h. the following, de-j'
Ry Geo. T Huggins to young timber. Mrs. E. C. Long, treasurer. Florida at his office in the County scribed property situate m 1rad-1: I
How about a double fire line Court House. in Starke, Florida, on ford County Florida, to-wit: I i EXTRA ROOM, CARPORT. NEW BATH, Includ-
County Agent the 2".rd day of Oitober. 1J3S. at 10oilock l'I>ginnin at the mtersectii 'n of '
plowed to A.M.: or as soon thereafter !i the North line of SE. of NK': ''
I I then burn between. Or, even a a< the same can be heard for the' of Section IS, Twp. 6 S, R 2::! WATER SYSTEM ANY REPAIRS AND REMODELING -
Thinking \\nt\ Cloter be planted shallow but well pack around approval of the same and for final'' 1with the Vtest. right of way
wider plowed your MATERIALS
ed. Louisiana strains of clover HILL discharge as administrator of they(: line of 1'. ::. Highway; 301 (being -
Now is the time to completeyour property and through it at several estate of Conrad Letsch. deceased.: |I Stale Road ::::00, formerly :
plans for new planting of 'seeds are preferred. We shall be places and then plant these strips This ,1!>lh day of. September. 1956. State Road 13)) run then e si.utl.- ,

cloverVe repeat again the three I glad to talk to you about clover i,; to pasture. ,I by Mrg. J. L. Strickland111U1111111111111111 :M \II. HARKKLL.diiiimstrator: .of the estate of ,i, erly way and line along of t"the. S.W 301,.st fr rightof a Call Us or Drop A Card ... No Obligation
for good growth. I Ion jour farm. ,'''lIrad'I"'h.! things necessary Grazing stilps might help pro- I I distance of 141 T feet thence tint'
Weather conditions for good Overgrazing It Cosily 9 21 4t It'llIn ', West 115 feet more or less, to
the conditions for good j Overgrazing a pasture is not tect young timber from being :Mr: and :Mrs: J. T Padgett an- 'I the southeast corner of the lands I $ MONTHLY PAYMENTS $ 4 fV5S
remaining destroyed by cattle. For help I ireull ( .....1. Ilrailford County, conveyed to Leon Rosenbtig! In I $300.00.
clover. the way to cut production costs. farm nounce the birth of a daughter, lurida. In Chanecry. deed recorded in Deed Hook bJ
I with forest plans,
Cattle cannot make good grains your Betsy Sue, in the Orange Park rase No 10-1SAO at pages 4T1 and 472 Ih..r..f' ..i ,,
1- Your soil must already have forester, Don Champion, is always WILLIE I.KWIS. Plaintiff x-, M\R-, I the current public reioidof
the proper Ph range or you must when there is not enough feedI happy to talk to you. Hospital on Sept. 18. iIK; : L. LK\VIS: Defendant. ![ Kradforcl County Florida thence II | $AHA 36 MONTIILY PAYMENTS -
I available. I Yougan Padgett and Dumpie Ml'IKK: 10 IIF.r'KMI I run North and along the East $21.17
add lime. A soil test is the only t :.Mating Friday Night Wilkinson were on the sick list In The Name Of The Mate OfFlorida boundary of the said land'nveyed 1
way to determine this. Nutrition is important to the I I to Leon Rosenberg for a
Staike Is
In the Lions Den
2You must use some fertilizer. calf crop. Poor feed and loss of I this week. T.Iarg.: T.. Lewis. distance of 139 S feet to a pointon I
the place for Farm Bureau mem- You are hereby notified that a the North line of said E14 FREE Estimate and In.
Analysis of fertilizer will vary weight will surely reflect in the bers Cattle Association mem-I Rl"Daidson filled his appointment suit in equity for divorce and custody -I j II of NK'i, thence run East: fur a formationStoreIIrs.:7OOA.M.to
some Depending on new land, old quality of the calf. The cow can- and with us at Clay Hill of Ijxxight Larry: Lewis minor distance of 130 feet n"n"I' I
bers Seven o'clock is the time hill. has been filed less to the of beginning.
not feed the calf well if she is not last Saturday night and preached against you point
land or age of pasture. and steak is on the menu. I know \ 'I'I liv Willie Lewis in the above named together with all and singularthe :
3You must inoculate seed I fed well herself. of four items of business a wonderful sermon. Rev. (I Court and tause, and you are tenements reditameiiis, I 5:30 P.M. Mon thru Fri.
now .
Patterson will be the speaker summoned, ordered and required to | and ai'l'urtt'nallthl'rt tn olngmg -
with legume bacterin. It is well to Overgrazed pastures are breed- that will concern and interest I next Saturdaynight and chicken file. your written ansxxer or de- ;, eon. I Close Noon Sat
use 3 to 5 times the amount of ing grounds for disease and par- One is election of Farm a f< nses. to the Complaint in said { the property ofrlt", ma H ,
inoculant suggested on the can. asites. The cows themselves will you. officers and another Is supper will be held after the cause in th- office; of the undersigned la.. also known .isirgina HHowze -
Bureau Clerk of said Court atStarke.
service. invited. There under execution i Mi-d "i
Everyone 1'-|
Good planting time is any time in tell you pretty well whether or I the proposal of a very special "Florida on or before the on. that certain Final Dei, i >>nlend ? $
will also be a working at thechurch 2nd:! day of "dol"r..1..., 1956.!
October when there is good soil not they are getting enough grazing of interest to cow own ( on the 13th daxof Jun.'. I'i56, .
before the Singing and to serxe a copy thereof on Hnl- iby Iht circuit Coiiit of Iii .idt.ird'niiim ,
moisture. USE of a cultlpackeris If they are lying in the shade ers. Come and hear the other supper. lit V Knight, plaintiffs attorney, I<<" Florida in Chan nx III I
very helpful because seeds must during the hottest part of the day will begin at 7 o'clock insteadof hose address i" Starke Florida, on favor 'of Leon 1 Host ni'.Mg' plaintiff II I
two. 7:30.: or before said date, as required by and 3 I"ai"'\1'1:11I1:1"' : II Iloss.. ..ilvnList II
Soil TVst. Are ValuableThe The Black Creek Association the laws of Florida and Rules r>f
last three samples of soil Court If you fail to do so, a decree Your Property With Me. I
d t meets at Cedar Creek Church. pro confessoil be enteredagainst I
taken for tests each gate differ- Oct. 1112. The delegates from : you for the relief demanded I H.i\t- Buyer> Waiting If The Price
s Ik1h in the Complaint.This I! h
t ent results. Hill ;1be\ Grace Right
Clay \\ Lang,
notice shall be
l1Mq c '.! .. Test for Dr. J. W. Brownlee Gertie Faircloth Barney Thomas. a week for four consecutivetie..k' WALL REALTY
y showed that perhaps the most important Bessie Strickland and Lillian fgraphaw'ITNfSS in the Bradford County. Tel- KKGIMFKKI: BROKER

thing needed on some Padgett. mx hand and the seal I Box 466 Phone 487-J PHONE 333 or 45
fields was magnesium.Test Barney Thomas will be ordained of said Court at Starke, florida.this I 1
I for L. L. Renfroe showed : l'>tli dax of September, A.1) 337 X. Walnut Starke 1I ... \ '
a deacon in the Clay Hill 19x6. I -- --
that on a little field where he

I plans to put closer, there was no
need for lime. This saved him .

I money per acre.
r Cecil Crawford put out dolomiteon "

a field for strawberries about

A two months ago. Recent tests FOOD
showed that the lower side of the
;S field could have had a little heavier -

application while the higher

side was about right. f

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waiting nosey on fashioned auto insurance?
By Janet Turner

Save with dafe Phone 135-J

up-fo- 'f_ r I

Saf eco auto' insuranceAsk )Ir. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace had
their niece,
weekend guests

as Miss Joan Mynihan, of Jackson- new family favorite with sparkling Coca-Cola j ,

your agtnt about SAFECO-the modern auto Insurance ville.Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Neal Belche
plan developed to cut insurance costs for safe dmers. How? By are touring and visiting relatives -

insuring only selected risks and by cutting red tape all down the in Tampa, Winter Haven,
and Winter Garden this week. r
line. Result: important savings-for you. Mr. and' Mrs. Lewis Clemons

of Gainesville were Tuesday night 6

SAFECO alto gives( you best available protection,24-hour nation- guests of his brother-in-law and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crews.
wide claims service, and the experienced counsel of your own Mrs. J. C. House, and :Miss: Vivian -

independent agent Check SAFECO today- Vickers Smith of Thomas-
ville Ga. were weekend guests of
modem insurance to match your modem car. Mr. and Mrs. Owen House.

Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Conner

and son, Doug, spent the weekendat
their camp at Salt Springs.Mr. .
.::: SAFECO H. C. Wall Agency and Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair 4 :1t5r
spent the weekend in Winter Haven -

V with their son-in-law and
r Phone: 146
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Harold

!, 200 E. Call Street George.Mr. .
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-viLctZiTiTh1 Th )'ear''''growth rate of surviving trees, Za 'n il P ,ugia .o- I..> ni-n, Euildiij the complaint on tne PlaintifraAIoney d --
'. .k' ,flul. -Fa W < 'I Il.nf N.irthwe-.t: Quari urepaie and fb-nsu to Le ,
when other fruits are scarce. and their increasing susceptibilityto Fred Cutler. 1309 Bar ", i'j of '
A I }'II It4t :<'r Dank NWVt) and North- t leriv uf tiie C.:" of J.4w-v
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F-- Home Demonstration Serve them raw in prepared insect and disease attack. i I, .. F'", doAand Building Jacksonville w.-' Quirter of SouthWtstjua 1 I"t of the nualifntl reside: : .
a.a-.N\\ -, of S\\l,) All 1.! who are property owner
%MI10: .tri iiit the v
; dishes and then freeze a few for Aside from the destruction of IB Circuit Court Bradford County, the Clerk file of original the Circuit In the Court office of :'. >.'iiti :LJ. Township j South the sa.d terr.tciy ."..tcndfjaui '
on or .
-, Notesby later use. timber value1 fire in the woods aI-I j 1 Florida. MJII IB t'hanrrry.. before the li: day of Oct., 1956; Hang.Kat I, rd C. ..utv., Fionila.-uiie .n Ir"I: I O.'ex J.I'd.Pnill.ps
i '1,1.: l'ialll.lf.! I' James otherwise the
I'e '.illlmonIarmalade so sets the for soil allegations of said .
stage erosion I I. Shu.. 1'-aendaut. :SK'TIOX: II. That a spr Complaint w.ll be taken as confessed I'resident, City; t jiu.!
Place two quarts of persimmon extremes In water concentrations, t''e X", :0,1:4 by you. tin terr.ury intended< tc: ue an-I Attest:

I : I DOROTHY ROSS 5 pulp in a double boiler add one | and shortages of game and fish \ollrr To;To James Appear I:. Shue' wlio--e r" ,i- i each This week notice for shall be published once 1 1I 'I the tion extens.on be held of upon the the territorial question Urn-of ,j Ethel D. R ddi'h. City i--A;

:cup of strained orange juice ana That's just a few of the things den-u- and addrr i*; 1'iikiiowi. four consecutive I its of ad city by the annexation I (CORI'ORATE SEX. i .
weeks In the .
'::; Home Demonstration Agent < I Bradford County Telegraph of said land, which special elecI a To The Honor >: ,- a.
i are hereby notirieij! that a .
cook until thick. Add threequarters I a casual observer doesn't see suit forIiitoixr I i'tion i the Mayor is authorized andi Shuford. Mayor Or J ,,eLavvtey I
to follow of of to each when he looks at burned-over Dated this 7 day of Sept, 1956. required to call.I Florida
breakfast pattern a and torati"ii of maiden
good cup sugar cup i
Month ( '|
I Official
letter Breakfast i I Seal) Charles A. Darby The above and tHreg.,: s l''. -
thesbe equipments !is of and cook until thick. Packin wood*. name Clerk of the I'I I SECTION IlL That this Ordinance 1 1I. .
that September is to meet pulp Circuit Court. ... nance was adop.t: i b. t 1..t> v
Did know I has been filed In the
you against you By Marian published once a week fur four .
p.etter'Breakfast Month? Nutri- I fruit juice cereal with milk, toast clean ;glass jar and seal while If we take caie of our forests, above named Court and cause and L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk ..on'"cutive weeks after its passageIn Council regular session of the C.'v on't": ,.' t lav'e-' J : .s

and a beverage (tynlk is preferred hot. will in take of soil. you are required to serve a copy of Bradford County Telegraph a Sept. 19iS.: c:
breakfast is they turn, care
tionists tell us four answer or pleadIng to the, la tlrcuU Conn. Bradford County, duly qualified; newspaper published
most meal of the For a heavier breakfast, include I'ersinunon PuddingsOne water, and wildlife. Tree roots and complaint on the Plaintiff Florida; la Chancery.Joan in Bradford. County Florida and Ethel D. Reddis-n
the important .
and meat. The quick- tablespoon soft butter one fallen leaves anchor for a'' Attoih't (:irt. n & ilre: -l1. Staike" Mary Drummond. PU.ntiff a \>. time n i p"'s beret posted for "0 City Clerk
day. Why? Because, literally, the eggs I topsoil Florida Ernest Jtfftrbun D: Jim.'.ml. 1Id'n' d.ivat i'''i.'pl'IOU': places .in said The above ami l
"breaking cooking cereals, as well as those cup sugar, one-half teaspoon salt ; more abundant agriculture. Tiee and file the original In the office of dant. idtr. ind "In-e copies here,f po'a'i-I n.u a .. .v\ ts ree..1 1 : I -* : .
won! breakfast means and cinamon two I I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on orbefore Ca.se No. 10-177? for "0 0.1.1) s at i,'i.-ji,,t :. 'u j j):.i t.- I' at di. ..( Sept ; .1 i ', ;.'f, '"
a fast." Usually the body has not ready to eat and other ready pre- one teaspoon (owns intercept rainfall and passit the Order Of l'uLII'a'i..1I'nd :Notice 'IoApiirnr nexedMXTKi. i I.v ', .. v 'i.e 4.1 : .
12-14 hours. pared breakfast foods are time- cups persimmon pulp one-half cup I on to the earth at a rate that & dav cf IK-tuber. ISjfi.otherwise ; : Male Of Florida To: ':\; IV 'r1..1t! "'10 S .r"i \ '- r i: -i. ,f..rd
had any food for I ,.' .,, ., .,. ', -. '
the of said '
should allegations Erne Jdf'r.h l'runn.ril !>,, r f |'r Jfrd i ''I! % M i> < .v < t i\\ i
there milk which is allows
rather -
and-trouble savers so sour in dissolved one it to enter the ground
These are some of the reasons i Complaint will be taken as confessed whose residence i aid add'L'nknovv -- ia. i-rd., .' d '. .1 I .n,1 I r"1>| JP'.I 1 : .' t 4' j
be no excuse for anyone going scant teaspoon soda, one teaspoon than run off in surface dl am- I by you. n.
should eat breakfast: t This notice shall be
why we publishedonce
without breakfast. lemon flavoring one and one-halt age. Water soaked up in this I each week for four cons..cutlvew..eks You are required to appear on

Scientific research has proven 1 cups dry biead crumbs. Steam one manner is water conserved and j in the Bradford County Tele CM. li.; 1916; in the ai."ve nainul I11Established :
of nourishing -
two samples Court and "J.r"ln,1..lDtlff
Here are lau.-e Ien's.Clothing
that you can accomplish more breakfasts that cost on an hour in buttered pudding mould, will\ be fed over an extended per-I graph.I'at'd tinj;; d.i> of September.\ seeks, divoae, <.ai<-. LU-t"d:> and I ALVAREZ' STORE I i I

woik in an efficient manner, you I or I and serve with cream. iod to the sources of man's water': 1955.urr'iriAL. control of minor children 1 1S94 I1'I IThat's
22 cents Bradford L
will be more mentally alert especially average of per person suit- i' SEAL Charles A. Dar!>y i' County Telegraph shall ,
I 10 to 15 minutes Persimmon Ice Creani supply. Forests also provide Clerk of the Circuit Court. publish this Order III next four
[ less and take from '
in the late morning hours. .
I Issues.Witne&s
Two cups persimmon pulp, one able food and shelter for wildlife. By Marian L. Crosby. Dconty Clerk weekly
arui you will not feel as tired and to prepare. inuring 9.; 4t ?. 28OTICn my hand and official sealat I
cup thit-k sweet cream. Beat tho- The most effective means of : Starke; Florida tluSrp;. t, I'a: o
run-down before noon. Dieters 1. Strawberries on lead)' prepared (OFFICIAL i-KAL)
the future of foiests in .
roughly and freeze like ordinaryice Our BusinessIf
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missing breakfast is the way to |I cereal with milk soft cooked cream Fruit must be thoroughly Florida is the institution of organ- ;, Circuit Court.. Bradford C.unty. Charles Clerk A. of Darby.As said, Court. t11

lose weight because people usually: I tgg hot buttered toast, milk, or and ized protection against wildfires. Florida: In t liancerf.C'harlip Uy: Marian L. Crosby Deputy ClerkMartin It's Glass We Have It!
ripe non-astringent. K: I'.orders., 1'laintiff Va-
are wrong: if they think that coffee. IVrsiinmon Griddle Cakes Organized units provide the meansof Coia I.i.e UtirderDefendant.. Jacksonville J. I'.arl.2, Florida.206 Smith: 1tialdiii: CALL WRITE or VISIT

eat as calories in two mealsas oatmeal (spiced ,Case Ni. 10-1770
many 2. Fruit Juice spotting fires while they'resmall \
One cup persimmon pulp one Notice To Appear Attys. for 1'lf. J, H H 10 j

they eat in three. sugar). milk scrambled egg, egg/ one cup flour. one teaspoon and dispatching well-train-! To.: Cola I....,- i:"rder whose resident Joe Peters Glass Co.
For good looks, good figuresand buttered toasted rolls, jelly, milkor ed fire-fighters promptly ; e and addri ia-; ('nkno"n. oituixN: '(). :i.ta :
baking powder teaspoon You are hereby notified that a I .\ Ordinance K\lriidinK '1 h. 'ter
plenty of pep and energy, the coffee. soda. milk to make thin batteil Organized protection makes a | suit for divorce ritorial inillv.. of She ( H;. ofI.IHCJ FOR ANY GLASS NEED
has been filed apalr.n you in the Florida.Re .
terrific difference fire
teen-age girl needs to eat adequate in damage.
an Tasty Fer'liiriiioII'i Bake. Serve hot with butter ani |'above named Court and vauae and We Modern Store Fronts
It Oidained lv: t ha Citv I Coiimn Design
In ; one-fourth of
breakfast. With more Now that persimmons are getting 1955 only one j| vou are required to serve a copy of '
syrup of the City of 1.\\ It'r, }Florida
acre burned over. The toll on Unprotected I your answer or pleading to the complaint II Just Mail Us A Pattern for
energy, she can participate in ripe homemakers will welcome Freezing Persimmons |! on the Plaintiff's Attorney SIXTIOX 1. That the city of Law-
actes was 26 times higher ': t..y. Florida, inteiiils to t \tu nil l itsterritoiial 'I Table Tops
sports' and social activities without a variety of ways to serve Wash and into Kalpli 1.1"1'1' ::0- .
peel cut sections limitb\ the .I'liu.itn: ncf J
neglecting her class work. All this this tasty fruit which is valuablefor Press through a sieve. an astounding six and a half limldmg: file the original Jacksonville In the 2, office FI.l.and of the follow UK (!iaaI I"II..d| lui'lmntiguous I 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353

adds to her acres out of every ten. the Clerk of the Circuit Court to i limif-, to w .' .
popularity.A its vitamin content, palatabilityand To each quart of puree add one- [' on
A forest proteition unit cpsts a or before the
good breakfast pattern to follow eye appeal. It is very true eight teaspoon ascorbic acid or I I 8 day of l>< tol., r, UiC.jothervvise ; .

to meet thse requirements is that they are delicious in their one and one half teaspoons citric county only three cents a year per :' the allegations of raid
forest acre, or whatever smaller Complaint will) lie taken as confessed "HANDY
one-third of the total daily requirements natural state also. Persimmonsare acid to help prevent daikeningand by you.
sum is yielded by the two mill taxallow : This notice shall be publishedonce BOTTLED GAS SERVICE S E
of calories and protein plentiful and cheap and are a- loss of flavor. ed ty law as a maximuni for I'I each week for four consecutive FLAME"

Puree made from cultivated var- weeks In the Bradford County Telei
that pUl'X>se. i! graph
ieties may be packed with or without When a county (an reduce fire ,j''I Dated this .11 t d.iv I I
9 PIECE sugar When using mix one OFFICIALSKAU Charl A. Darby
j damage by 96 cent at a cost of i
I per J Clerk of the Circuit Court
cup sugar with one quart puree'I only three cents an acre per I lIly Marian L. Crosby, deputy Clerk COMMERCIAL -- HOME OR FARM USESEE
and into containers. Leaveone !: 9. ; 41 _sj
pack I yearthat's a bargain in any

LIVING ROOM GROUP half mrh head space Seal and 1 language. j .NOTICK 10 APPn\K
freeze In CircuIt ('ourt. Bradford County VS

I Florida IB Chancery. DIXIE GAS RANGE AS LOW AS $89.95
|I Kathleen I'arramore McVay Plain -
01'11'1': 01' INTENTION I
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tiff. .s. Alfred MiVaDi ndant.
HK.I.ISI: .: ; H< 'lino I s \ tUKN'ltne i Case Xi". 10-1791 20 GAL. GAS WATER HEATER AS LOW AS $89.95
L i> hrretn given that th police To AppearTo.
'cam5 I ,,,,.It.i signed under the pro\'IS ions : Alfred McVayvhose resIdence I APPLIANCES OF ALL KINDS
I it I'hajiter :20.951.: Laws of Florida and address is: 327 Jay
.\< l t- nf 1941! will register with the I i i :Street, Ol<,an, New York
'I.'Io'rk of the Bradford County. Florida, upon |I suit for divorce, care, custody and
re-'eipt of proof of publication of control of minor children
= OUR) SOIL OUR STRENGTHS I this notice the fu-ititious name of ha* been filed against you In the 218 Temple Ave. Phone 43
\ : Marke Motor Court under whichwe
.,, ; above named Court and cause and
ar.- engaged in business at 739 Lowest Prices Easiest Terms
Soil Conservation you are required to serve a I
N Temple Ave. Stark*. Fla. That
'N( copy of your answer or pleading t U
the parties interested in said business -
; N-E-W-S areHerliert:
-I E. Dayton 7Jt X Temple
H 4 By Bill Haas A\e. Starke Fla.
Soil Conservation Service Virginia I'. Jia>ton, 7,9 X Temple
'M I IA\e. Starke, Fla.
e I Dated this Hth of
day September .
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A. I).. 196;; at Staiki-, Iradt"rd -
Florida's forests contributemore (' 'unty. Florida I
than $375.000,000 dollars 9 14 -- 4t 1C10TICK ; I

This With annually to the state's economy I OF INTFTIoN: TO I -- o.
SOFA TV CHAIR That's a big figure--- but it's not I RKGIMKR FICTITIOIS: .M.1IE I
Notice is hereby given that the
half what we could realize from I I undersigned under the provisions

our timberland.The of Chapter 20,953. Laws of Florida.
Arts of 1941 will register with the
1 PLATFORM ROCKER reason we're losing more I Clerk of the Clrl'uit'ourt In and
than we're getting is that most of tor Bradford County. Slate of Florida -
upon receipt of poof of -
1 COFFEE TABLE our woodland is understocked. Tne of this notice, the fictitious )

13995 season for that is fire.A I name of ITadford Wh. 'le8ale Motors
2 END TABLES lot of folks believe that the Inc. under whi< h 'o\t. are engaged A A
I .in business at H. X T. n
ordinary Florida woods fire does pie A\.-. That the par:II' mtc,
2 TABLE LAMPS because ested in said business;, an -I
little or no damage. That's -
I Paul Kayaiond 241 S >\ .it.-r St -
1 SOFA PILLOW the greatest damage from Starke, Fla, 5 per "n rit mt.-r-
fire is the damage that isn't visibleto I Clareme Harrington!' iI :, :Nter "
St, Starke. f la.. u I" i i n' .
the casual observer.The | tre"t;
.-,.--- worst thing of course is Kthel M. Raymond .' i 11 I '. \\ ,
ter it.. Starke Fla 4:. i pn I 'I't ji,
the destruction of young seedlings tt.rest.

.'. --- the tree of tomorrow. Audrey Harrington' ,rr> '\ W-
St. Starke, Fla, 4,, pt i n: n i,
123 East PHONE These tiny plants aren't even It-rest.

noticeable before they were burned Dated this 14th d.n ..r :'i"fI". i:iin>iA -
Call f).. I'taS.! at tarllr"II', I id C. ,
SOStarke so how could they be missed County,

afterward. But they're gone, just Florida.9'H\ -- 4t 10 ",

Street Fla. the same; and each one would -

I have made a fine tree in years to In Circuit (Court liradford County, "
Florida; la Chancery. I
come. I Doris Ann Tuten Plaintiff vs. \\'IJ. I r.i.
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Then there's the sloweddownAmerica's liam 1' II Tutvn Defendant 1.
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I I Case No lft-17'M .
Border Of Puhliradoo\ and :Notice ToAppeari -tTu ..A I' \ U .1'"
I' Mole' Of Florida To : ft I [ ,1._ s.

I Milliam Cei'il Tuten.I who--I rt-i- : '
du.ne and address |I"- rnknown ; -Ji1 IOOORS t1, 9 M 1H
You are required to aipear on
October lj.;; I'ljC.! ;; in the above namtd -
C.iint and cause, wherein plaintiff ITS OUR BIRTHDAY..BUT
biggestsellingva YOU GET THE PRESENTS!
seeks. divorce and restoration of J JI

maiden name.I'radford ----.--_ -----_ ---- -______________ _
County Telegraph snail I
publish tin? Order in next four

weekly Witness isstres.my hand and official seal Highly Absorbent SO SHOP WILSON'S OF GAINESVILLE New No-Iron

.it Starke." Florid., this 11 Sept. I

Charles A. Darby.As 79c 1 49 Yd
Pickup-FfJo'f Clerk of Said Court. This is just a sample of the hundreds of money saving buys you'll find Reg

'i! ltv ;Mirian I.. 'rosin I I""pun! I''I) i k Sole I 1 .79 d 0%. during our great Anniversary Sales. Sole 2 yards 1 1.00


1 way you write. Come in and select -

your favorite ESTERBKO.OK Children's One Size Men's Long Sleeve Ladies' 100% Wool Printed & PlainCORDUROY

Fountain Ten. TELEGRAPH.


Sale 3 for 1.00 293 Sale 1.99 49S Sale 3.99 to Reg 159 Yd.Sale 88c yd.

Termite Control

I Household &; Commercial Girls 7 to 14 Cardigan Men's Broadcloth Ladies' New Fall 36-inch Material i


I Gnne Spraying

: Call! FR. 6-6035 Reg.493 Sale 3.79 Pe3 89c Sale 2 for 1.00 8.981093 Rec Sale I 7.99 l.l9Yd.Reg Sale 69c yd.

Size 3-6x, Reg 3 98 SALE 2.99

Florida Pest Control

: _. & Chemical Co. Cold Weather Men's 100% Nylon Florida WeightLADIES' Noblecraft 72 x 108CHILDREN'S

__i More IOQd pace than any: other 21 X. W. 16th Ave.
half-ton pickup-up to 19 cu It. JACKETS STRETCH SOCKS
morel' New Ford F-100 offers Gaiaesville, Florida
) ,, full 8-ft box at low extra cost.Here's I Reg Sale 39c Peg Reg
Sale 11.00 Sale 1 1.79
593 Sale 3.99 14 98-525 209

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I Wash Your Clothes Boys' 10-ounce Willys of Hollywood Ladies' Cotton Lovely Ladies'

Ford Trucks lessFord


1 pr 6 pr. 12 pr. 2.79 Reg

Trutk costs START low. The factorysuggestedlist i For 40c! Sale I 1 1.69 9ge ea, 8ge eo, 79c ea 695 Sole 3.99 I

prices of Ford Trucks are low. Many Ford models! J.br1'Qy I

are priced BELOW' all competitive mikes! I FREE Bleach If Desired! Ladies' Cotton

Ford Truck costs STAY low. Only Ford gives :you the ,J. f/oJ money eWe Boys' L. S. Flannel Tussy's BLOUSES Famous Make I

and oil of a modern Short Stroke engine
gas BRAS
in every truck, V-8 or Six.: Ford Trucks are built #0. I Will SPORT SHIRTS Reg Peg. Sale 99c J

stronger for prorni* longer life! Ford Trucks have ee $300 Sale 1/2 Price I 1.29 Price I
--- Dry Your Clothes Sale 1.19 To $5,00 Fint Floor 1/2
hijh resale' talue. I

When you take mrtfhing into account you'll r.D A.?. For
I 20c Ask About Wilson's New Credit Plan. To Fit Your Budgets
Truck! See Designed
agree it costs less to own a Ford yourVw..* Ufnt rtj'ilrthon iili on iO 5C2 351 tit.sk5. {atxptrti .

Ford Dealer! miwina P'h' ford Ttcki 1111.... In New Automatic Orient

I I CONTINUING Pay $10 monthly. Charge up to $ 60

0 Pay $20 monthly Charge up to $120

B UDGET' S Pay $30 monthly Charge up to $180

Andrews Motor Co. The Washeteria ; ACCOUNT It's continuous purchases.service and ideal forfamily [ I t

I Temple Ave. Starki t OPEN YOUR C.B.A. TODAY t

MADISON & ADAMS STS PHONE 118 Starke, Fla ',' -- -. p -
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BAPTIST CHURCH School Officials New Aides
For Sheriff
Sunday School 10 am. Preach'I I I

ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:3C I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Seek Solution To

.1 I Preaching 7:30 frayei
CHURCHESMethodist p.m. pm. rI I By Ozora J. Shell
I Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. -' 1 Librarian Need

I Rev. F. B. Beard, pastor. 1i.i..... .. .AV IAW ..VUAAAWAAAIAW AAA 2T'h.

: Insure Your ChildIn *> l p. in in the interest of I'o&i t 1' i
EVERGREENBAPTIST: School! Superintend U h
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response to the mtel est 311 Auxlllal'lontest which will I I
Church Presbyterian Church I CHUKCII : Morgan suggested thiI ,.,'K "
shown by many parents. School- tlo.se Sunday in Ocala. The general .
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach-, about the only solution
time Accident Insurance IS of- public is muted to attend
This Sunday will be Rally Dayat Friday Adult Choir practiceS ,, !ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : I I tered at the small rate of only j Come to see Lillian Leggett versus librarian: problem at B: i

the First Methodist Chunh i p lll.Sunday. m. Preaching 7C p. m. Prayer. I $1 per year. Your child has been Legree Easley and others. High School is for the -, ': .,

Sine it is also promotion day School, 9-1: ;; a. m. Morning Meeting Wednesday 7.30: p. m. J given a small printed statementthat Chiinh Xt'\h train its onra.

all students will be in their new Worship Ham. Sermon by explains the benefits Please' At 3 p. m. Sunday the congregation The problem at BUS n., A

i lasses for the first time. Rev. Walter T. Pearcy, 11 a. m. 1100DLt N MISSIONARY lead them carefully and send your of First Born Church worshipped caur.xl not by ; lib mar.: "I> r:

Sunday School classes will attend ; Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m. There BAPTIST CHUKCII j dollar at once. All claims are with Mt Nebo Baptistin by the lack of one. The s.i'him'!'

will be no evening semce.i handled and I the 11 a. m. Morning Wor- 10 a m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. immediately cour- the interest of the club of Sis- doing sine t thr' .

ship as units, and special music i' Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.Special preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:13: -I teously. ter Elizabeth \Vnght On Friday, term opened three weeki.g'
will be offered by the beginners, service for congregation, sponsored I service, 7 o'clock services i i .\uiliarContest night. Sept. :2s! the presiding elder 'and Morgan says these ai' "

kindergarten, primary, and junior by Women of the Church I song President Pauline Marshall of !{ev. J. S. Shepard of liam-. hopes at present of getting ::1.i

groups The Chancel Choir will and Youth Fellowship. CIimSTIXN CHl'KCH American Legion Post Auxiliary bridge, Ga., will conduct quarterly "There just aren't any l.m.! i F

not sing this Sunday, but the There will be no Junior Choir ; 314 announces the closing of the '| meeting. On the 5th Sunday the, to be had." he said. The liluai. .' >

Youth Choir, composed of Intermediates practice due to the pastor's ab- Rev. J. E.: Sheruood, Pastor ;I contest among the sergeants-al 1 union: will convene at First Born pre so few and the jobs so :: it r '.

and Seniors, will be in ,.sence. Bible School, 9:43 a. m. Morning arms of the 4th Division of the 'Temple in Jacksonville On Monday they can take their pick <.: ;i'" -

the choir loft. The Youth Choir Worship, 11 a. m. Youth j 111th District on Sundav. Sept. night Oct. 1. the pastor's tions"

will be under the direction of St. Mark's Episcopal ; Church, 6:30: p. m. All ;young i I 30, at Ocala. A program will be anniversary will begin and con- Morgan suggested that :. H ,,,..

Mrs Lloyd Green and Jim Ritch. people invited. I presented In the afternoon that tinue through Oil t<. Ruby Maei finals find a houatwiuwho

Ray CokUire will assist the minister It v. Raymond E MacBUln i i 'I will include some of the talent i i AlbertVithemena Strong, and lives here and has an AB degiet 0

in the pulpit. Services at St. Mark's Episcopal | CHUKCII OF JESUS: CHRIST jof Statke Our contestant is Mrs i jJuanrU Albert have been na-ned and would be interested In the

Workers in the Church School Church will be as follows: j LATTER DAY SAINTS | Alma Jenkins and we are all pull- plains for this celebration. Special job. llI'r.fI I'. I I' Ki-dilish rft.'iitli qiiiivil tun. m.it ..ulilitmn. to hivfore
will be dedicated to their tasks Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Church Services each Sunday in old ing for her to win. At 10 a. m.I '1 events are planned for each "She would have to gu to to aid. in I.u'nl.'r.. riociil m L'r.i"Ifnnl. < rout IJussi. Kctltlin -

for the coming in a short I Marshall will conduct night during; this period. :;. aho\i re.uth n.mxil as "l<- >ut\ lull
year School and Adult Class; 11 a.m.- Masonic ILill on E. Call St. Sunday president school at the university," Morgansaid | ti.mi Ul'| pith the nor

consecration service during this Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30: School 11a.. m. Sacrament Iher). mid-winter conference which j Appreciation night will be held "but she could probably get ran in tin 1I..t.|, to |i.ilrul th mirth roil ?l the count Kitlding; itnon
hour. will include the six units in the Monday, Oct. S :Mt.
p.m. Y. P. S. L. Service 6-:30: p. m. Everyone wel, lasses at night or on Saturda' '' working with the shcritf on a training status and will take o\er
Nth DIvision. All members are A.:M K: Church. Churches and out-
A district meeting of the Wesleyan ihe's..hool full
Wednesday: 7:39 come. I During the past two jeans. deput duties nit Oil. I. The nest depots| has t.irninl, at La\\-
Service Guild will be held pm. asked to pay 25c per capita for standing persons will participatein has
had two lIbrarians. tfi and has
Meditation Choir worked us a guard at the State Trioon
in the Church this Sunday and ; 8pm. BETHEL ,; this confeience Please see your this program throughout Bradford each re.vgnmg after
one year
those attending will be special Practice. BAPTIST CHURCH I president before Sunday -Membership ,I County. Come out 3'id give

guests at the Morning Worship. Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching for 1937 will be due October Rev Walker a big send-otf before

Everyone is invited to participate I 11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 a. mi services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. 1. The membership drive is he leaves for conference.Mt. Call Street Store

in this special service. i awaits everyone. Song service 7:30 p. m.Rev.. I now on, and I persons eligible for Nebo Baptist Chunh will

Church School 9:45 a. m. Morning R. L. Lee, pastor. membership include wives or hp host to the 5th Division of Entered By ThiefC

Worship, 11 a. m. Beginning I \M1TO.V mothers of aimed forces personnel ,, the Ministers and Deacons Union
('IIRl5Tl.1'lit 7U'll I in or out of the service to the Jerusalem Missionary
formal NEW | Auxiliary
of meeting of the District RIVERBAPTIST I H. NauoitnM'..
t t .f
Wesleyan Service Guild in thf Christian Endeavor, Friday, 7:30p. : CHURCH !| alive or deceased.The next The joining meeting fee- I Baptist Assn. Sept 28-30 East 1 Call St was i c-nVtfj ;f
sanctuary, 1:30: Recreation j is 175. On Friday night a musical program -
p. m. m. Bible Study, Wednesday i the weekend and about SI ',
7. trash
time for MYF. 6:15: p. m. Fellowship Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship ; will be held Sunday Oft will he presented bv the
7:30 Wor- '
: p. m. Sunday Morning school stolen Police Chu:; \\ E
Hour 11 a. Serv- at 2 p. III. in RJK high combined choirs, and
Supper for MYF, 6:15 m. m. Evening on Sunday
p. ship, 11 a. m. Evening Worship, Thornton reported thIs1 "','I..
Worship for Seniors and Intermediates ice, 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each All members and those wishingto dinner will be served on the church
7:30 Bible 10
: m. a. m.
p. attend Pau- Thornton said the ,
7:15: p. m. The Seniors W. M. Jones, Minister. Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. Everyone join are urgej to :grounds. Janie Mitchell, lepoit'er. ;tore u ienteied

will have the minister lead a discussion I welcome.L.. L. Parker, pastor. line Marshall pie-iident. Corean through a hole m.it t
the bottom of the rear dooi Tit
for the next few Sundayson AIR PARK I Allen Chapel AMK Chinch

courtship and marriage. i BAPTIST CHURCH IIlGIIW.11.U'U.. i i RJE: I'r.Tn :Meet held Women's Day all day Sunday 'chief said the hole was onlv'' iai>;i' 1IM11ED 1 '
't ua
enough to allow a small j
Evening Worship 8 p. m. Come t Sunday school, 10 a. m; Church According to President Mat ion with Beulah Lennon as chair- peisontc I t

pray at the alter at "prayertune Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morning services, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic ; Dell, the second regular meeting'I man. Bernice Morris led the captains ; slip in, probably a young boy OFFER 4 t _
Worship services 11 a.m. V PTA will be i This was the second tiiiiiin
services, 7:30 p. m.; Thursday, of the consolidated with approximately $;0. '
Training Union 6:45: p.m. Evening I young people's meeting, 7:30: p. 'held at RJE promptly at 8 p. m. ,Sarah I Moms was second with I about two months this same store Just 50c = '

service 8 p.m. Cone and Allen Chapel A.M E Church and.1 i over $53 Mrs Washington lepoit- has been broken into, Thornton 0
; !
St. Edward's Church m. WEEK -
worship with usIUXGSLEY members will have charge of the [ ed $tS.30, Mrs. L. Cuffie over $35 I said.ITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT p

,err.rrrrnrmrrrmrVT 1 program. This is the first of the I and :Mrs. E. Givens $16.15. The ,
Sunday Mass at 9.15: :; Efficient g
a m. LAKEMISSIONARY series that will be conducted by total collection including offer- '

Holy day masses, 6:30: a. m. and BAPTIST i ., various churches in the community. ing, was over $250. The pastor LONG lightweight |C
: a. m.Children's
I All parents ana non-parents will be able to make a round re- THOUSANDS SOLD AT f
School 9:45 Morn
Catechism Class each Sunday : a.m.
are invited to attend this meetingon port at annual conference in Live AND NEW RIVER REGULAR
ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening PRICE OF $5.95 SKOCH'S
Wednesday at 35: p. m. :Mm. H. M. :Mcltue Wednesday Oct. 3. We are ask- Oak on Oct. 10 Mary Alice Rob-
Service 7:30 Mrs E. A. Sapp
Prayer Meeting
Keystone p.m.
(At St. William's Heights Chapel) each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every. .....................u. | ing you not to stay at home because erts of the 11th grade at RJF AAAAIAAAAAAAAA&AAAAAAAA.Mrs. .J:
do not have 50c. Come .
I you spoke in the morning on the difference i
(Follow Hiway 21 south to St one welcome-Rev. H. H. Mott, We are glad to report that our I| anyway, as we have a message between education and Joe Leslie Forsyth, the former

William's Sign.) pastor. pastor Rev. W. E. Hall, is much I| of importance for you concerning wisdom. At 7:30 p. m. Susie Trapr Miss Ann Mullen was hon

Sunday Masa 8 a. m. improved after several days of your children. Miss P. Jenkins, re- spoke on The Working Women ored Friday night of last week

Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. SEVENTH DAY illness. He brought the message I i I porter. ; in the Church. Members and with a miscellaneous shower at DRUG STOREANY

Confessions before all Masses. ADVENTIST CHURCH Long Bridge Christian Church.
Sunday morning evening | County Fair Exhibit friends regret the death of Pop
with 194 in Sunday School classes Pullman Games were played and prizes \ DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLED
Services each Sabbath In the Exhibit Chairman W. H. Gra- on Monday night about
and visitors. We are 8 awarded to Mrs. Goldie Mae Kelly -
The many
At TabernacleF. entire Funeral
home of S. N. Brown across from ham has given our school the arrangementswill
thankful, too, for Rev. Terry, who :I be I and :Miss Pearl Lavender. The ,,
I Log later. We
Bethel Baptist Church east of !stage of the American Legion announced extend 5TAii fUt
L. Sacher of Park of the Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m. supplied for him during his ill- i I I I I Cabin on the fair ground. :More our deepest sympathy to honoree was presented with many *

Palms on available if :Mother Nona L. Pullum lovely gifts, and refreshments !
brought a message each can be made of our
Bible Study Wednesday, space
"Three Last Things" at the Gos- ness.Rev.. T. J. Terry conducted the Mr. Graham compli- church. I II were served to about 30 guests. j\
7:30 m.-Arden Mote, pastor. necessary.
p. I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johns Jr. '
pel Tabernacle last Sunday morning funeral Wednesday of last week mented the schools on the past Delegates from New Bethel

:Mr. and :Mrs. Irvin McLeanand CHURCH OK CHRIST I for Mrs. Bessie Smith at the fu- exhibits and is expecting a bigger Baptist Church attended the Association of High Springs visited Mrs. Fro- j . . . . .
daughter Mrs. Elkins, all of Minister neral home in Lake City. She was and better one this year from in Rutledge last Sunday nie Moody Sunday.Mrs. .
C. L Oierturf Jr. i .
Keystone Heights took part in' iI I buried at South Prong Cemetery. our schools. We have less than a Regular union services will be Vera Bardm and daughter. i .

the service. Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. near Sanderson. Rev. Terry was month to get all our things together held Sunday afternoon at Friend- Genevieve, of Canal Point visited ..

The Adult Bible Class, under Morning Worship 11 a. m. Eve- accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. H. Prizes and ribbons will ship Baptist Church in Gainesville the E. A. Sapps last Friday. I ..

the leadership of B. E. McRae, is ning Worship 7:30: p. m. H. Lewis and the H M. McRaes. I j be awarded to the things made by with the pastor in charge: I' Mrs. Mary Snowden and Mrs j I .. Wins on flavor

growing in interest while Mrs. Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 Mrs. Smith was a member of Pine !' students only, but members of Plans are being made for Women' 'Cindy Perry attended the funeral | \\

Florence Hippie, with her flannel p. m. Level Baptist Church and had j j the PTA and Hobby Clubs are invited ,i, Day on the third Sunday in Octo of their sister, Mrs. Lula Manning f!

board lessons, interests young and Radio program, "Old Paths" been living at Lake City. to display articles you have ber. Joan Jenkins, leporter Wauchula last Ftiday. j I Many flavors-all flavorites! S

old alike each Sunday 9 a. m. Station Arley McRae, son of Mr and I made. We hope the Hobby Club j Bill Granger of Whiteville, N. ; FR S

VVDVH.I Mrs. J. W. McRae of Starke, who at Lawtey will display that beau- :'Adult j C. visited his father, W. T. Gran'gl'r j' "Super Sue" stands for 1 4't. G F
I the U of F last made the members. Education '' r}
graduated from I tiful quilt by last Saturday. Mr. Granger good food-party quality for L
LUTHERANSLutheran 1 CHURCH OF GOD June is at present teaching at Ft. Let's get ready for the fair on 1 I returned to Whiteville with his i i .. \

White High School. He expects ;i October 22.Thurton Started At USOSeveral ,1 I son for an extended visit. !, ., everyday enjoj ment.
I Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- .
Services active duty in the U. S. Air Force News i '' .
ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday :School George Green and chilI vJ
in December. The regular meeting of the pTA I I dren of Lake City were SUnday '
Being PlannedAll Evening Service, 7:45 p. m. YPESen' I ( courses for adults were ; VOTE FORe'
the visitors at Monday night afternoon |
ice Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. Among many was held last organized this week under the guests of her sister I r
church last Sunday were Mr. and i and all officers were re-elected. I Mrs Beulah Mae Moody. i' r.
Bradford IT'S GOOD
Interested Lutherans Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45: p. m. '' County Adult Education
Mrs. J. O. Nobles of Green Cove I Elder Walker commended Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shiver IT'S SUPER IOU
CALL 2I-W LAW1SYSunday : Program, County Superintendent)I and ,
Mr. Nobles is a brother- and members of the group
Springs. faculty of Gainesville
School, 10 a. m. Morning Harmon Morgan reported. sons spent the :
Mrs. Chester Wood
I of Rev. Hall. I fine cooperation they had ;, I
in-law for the '
Just basic weekend with Mrs. Nan Merritt.
Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Serv- getting underway are
456 W. Madison Strict I
1 him pledged another' )
Quartetteof and
ice Saturday 7:30: p. m. The Favorite Melody !: given courses leading to a high school i Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson ,, pe ae
Tenn. will meet at I of hard work in the interest
Knoxville year
diploma, business courses and a [ visited a sister Mrs Sue Cooper,
Pine Level Church Oct. 7. Services i of the school if he is returned to converriitional Spanish course. A I in Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. .
will begin at 2 p m. and Starke at the annual conference ; I
radio-TV-electronics class will be and Mrs. Jennie Andrews | ICE CREAMCones.
is cordially invitedMr in Live Oak in October. According I
everyone i,i organized Wednesday, Sept. 26, of Dukes Station visited Mr. and :
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE and Mrs. Robert Taylor and to Principal Puce, 14 persons'
!I luraI at 7.30: p.m., the superintendent Mrs. Lester Johns last Sunday. Cups, Pints. Family 'A GallonsStops
children of Olustee visit Mrs.Taylor's i iI' ha\e|I signed up for adult e< I said. I
Bud Moody is in the Veterans j j
parents, the H. M. [ tion. She is asking at least; six :
FLA. C-I I I Hospital at Lake City. :,
that' basic courses are scheduled
to so
I' night additional sign
Raes. Saturday I II I! persons
Shell be able with mathematics on Monday e\.e-\\
may ,
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I''to out and set the pro- n-ng: English on Tuesday, science |
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor illness of Marcus Conner and others come up I

I in the hospital and wish gram for adults in education in OP Thursday and American history (I
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town interested : and
them all a speedy recovery. i| Lincoln City. We are in government on Friday. |i

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130, Mr. and Mrs B M Thomas i having clashes for your conveni- ,i These classes will be held in the

and children of Brooker, and Rev. j ence. since many persons do not' USO building.
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and Mrs Terry and children i have transportation to R.JE.I Bur.'ness courses in typing and .
Sunday Sermon:11:00: A.M. 8:00: PM. 1
send name in today. ,
Please W
wore dinner guests of Mr and : your \bookkeeping have been established

Sunday :School;; 9:13.1.M.: I: Training Union 6:13 I; P.M. Mrs II U Lewis last Sunday. even if you can't come but one under Miss Delia Rosenberg and

We are sorry to hear of the illness night each week, make an effoit Henry Williams, high school commercial .
Midweek Service Wednesday 8:00 P.M. I : Jackson. reporter /
to do so. Dorothy
S. Starlingand hopehe teachers
of Joe ?

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at I, will soon be well. ,, Beginning students in typing t 1
i n'lIrth trade; Olfio-rs itport at 7 p.m. with the ad- '

11 a.m. Ke ular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. \\("IT OKI'ICf.Kx: KEF.I.KCTKIAll On Sunday, Sept. 20, the seci vanced students reporting at 8:30 I

i I tion of the fourth grade taught by p.m. Bookkeeping students may
officers were re-elected for.' Mrs: A. G :Moffett elected officers i SHELL
: report at either 7 p.m. or 8:30: _
.mother year at the September ;'1' for the year as follows: : I pm. depending upon whether or : ,
:i.eeting of the WCTU held President. Shirley Ann Scott:
not they plan to take typing also. :
Kndav.. afternoon at the home of :, M Hollo- i -
j''Vicepresident'erna Business classes are conducted _
Mi> J. T. Quigley. Mrs. Florence j i. Willetta Betty
j mon: secretary. in the high school each Wednesday -
Hippie, president of the group, i I Wysmgei: assistant. William W evening.. : MOTOR OIL /, e ..
Mrs Wood were chosen as ,
nil L
Conven-1':, Pierce. Jr.: treasurer Minnie L. H. Gibson, director of the '." ''''
DALE delegates to the State : :Morris: chaplain, Albert McDuf- adult education program stated to) un -
Oct. 23.26. -
lion m Leesburg. Ann Pear-
fie: reporter. Shirley
that in
re- courses any subject can
] the business meeting,
chairman of com-
; program
served 1 bv Mrs.ljutgle' be organized at any time upon
fn'"hments were
CARNEGIE mittee, Linda D. Kelly. Advisor
social hour
duringthl' Mrs. A. G. :Moffett. The class has
made a good start and we like our
TilE RIGHT POINT for the
tt'u.her'ery much. Our first party -
COURSE way you write. Come in and "select
FRIGIDAIRETHE will be on Halloween. Oct. 31.
jour favorite ESTERBRUOh
Each month we will honor the
Fountain I'en. TELEGRAPH. Acid Action; Wear
BESTKNOWNNAME members of our class club on

their birthdays. Shirley Pearson. ,

Mr. E, T. Mahew is our only authorized representative Scold

In your area and the Florida Institute is RANGESWATER On Friday. Oct. 5. the Boy GAY'SHome Makes Farm Machinery Last Longor!

the authorized HEATERS Scouts: of Troop 71 will! have a
proud to serve lour area as sponsorof
banquet at RJE cafetorium. Ac- AppliancesYour
this world famous Dale Carnegie Course. During AIR CONDITIONERS Marshall
cording to Scoutmaster
its 44 years of existence, no acceptable substitute around 200 persons are expectedto Friendly Absolutely the farmer's best friend. It's as though

has been found for this fine course. The Best For Less attend. The guest speaker will Shell X-100 knew exactly Chat's needed to cut downon
be an outstanding leader: in Scout Norge DealerS I

AtSmith's work from Jacksonville. The farm machinery wear. The same research that
We Invite jour Inquiry and in\estigition. Let
charter will be presented to the NOJKGE APPLIANCES de\eloped the famous Shell TCP additive resulted in
Mr. E. T, Ma>hew, oho Is our exclusive authorized .

representative for the Dale Carnegie Course, I Garage!! Troop being at prepared this time.by the The America banquetis S 3LVYTAG WASHERS i this great motor oil. Try it once and you'll always use

X./OOs Motor Oil
tell you of its great advantages. Legion Post Auxiliary 311 All it.
FRIGIDAIRESales parents of scouts are invited to I
FLORIDA INSTITUTE and Service ,, cooperate with the plans as presented -

by the boys We Service All Makes : JOHN A. TORODE JOBBER

I We Service All Slakes of Basketball Game Tonight
Electrical Appliances Coach Inez Butler is planning

i : ILciN 5-1636 I 606 N. Temple Are.PHONE : a benefit basketball game among'i iI Phone 10 Phone 81 Madison and Cherry Str

I | the former players of the girls
! Starke Floridanuu.
j 120 1 team and the present girls of Starke, Florid<<

\I F I RJE The game will! be called at )

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Rumors Poultry Show Award Winners CarpenterDies Lawley Lions Roar J New Tractor n..r.t.\ lallr..1 ami I I' ". -

I..s ("'.IIilILi.L.'fl ,l iii! h..l" .

._ lu-annp at 1" *0 .\ M.. Itui'rr I- .
A Ford tractor
At 63 new -
01 School Bus ii : 'ld ; Rites 1, equipment 12.: 19! ;.';. in thr I.r nit 'I i it

i- 21 :.: \ was delivered last Saturday > Court li"u-e, $t3'-1,. t"iMMKivr .
r '0. ..*'"'-1 ,>
Drivers Fade '-:.' ., .. .. Are Held Tuesday :.- the Future Farmets of America l>n the .ipiilit-.it

"" : ,. I llr-hop. rt I Ii a Stat k< I

from Pan- n ut' >, .. -.--,,' :. J II I at Bradford High S.: 'h 00. t'..nii>ati\. fur apI'r..iIThe
( .. .-il .. in '
Fu.nei.tl! sen Ill'1'\ ,' h- ': new mai hinery is owned mi r.-a- rat .1
k ; C..r'l'h"II"" MrinthrvUKh
either .spend the vholtda\ II r- Tuesday for Walker Glenn! C iipenter. ..,. :jointly by the Bradford Chapter his t.\" hanu- -

drive bark t... then '. 63. in the DeWitt C. Jc.m-- I ; At said time and 1)1.L' irsted
tarke or 11" .1t FFA. under the of ,
supervision '
:... parties will l>e t'u.liortunity >
Chapel in Starke with the R-'.
homes. ; t'> be fully h I.'
t irr Russell and the Rev. Mai IIIi' P C. Hutchins. and the new FFA >
he ald. I Witness Ihe band '! ,
in town. ti I :
If they stay time. : Davis officiating. hapter, yet to be named whichii tl\'" irtary ..f the Kh' 'i ,.
to kill the
they! usually have I being organized under thedirection roart and I'ul.IIo! ft--!!; .' "
because they cannot find part Mr Carpenter died at his horn ion tins 2"th day 11 .", i iIMMKI.I
k 1 of J. G00<1.
11i! .
to fill those hours. andif { i Hilltrest near Keystone Height
time jobs .
traded in their old ,.!ling' t
travel to their home the .. :Mimrtay morning. He was a n'id The boys I( ..
they .. .. ,. I""" "1' 1\', '
tune is still wasted and a portion : ..' I life insurance agent. a Ma I :factor and equipment on the new

<>f the salary is spent lot sin, lOll veteran of World Wti .ne. Wcod said. and are hoping _ _ _

I He was a member of the Ptr.tenan i. the new one will pay for itself

transportation.It's" not the woi king hours t church. ,\er, .t short period of time %/ c. T. a.KOMI .

Norman said. Survivors include his wife Lot. j
nai are involved. -j : : B\B'O'i: .x s -IIAT
hav eta! Jackson Carpenter of Hilliest !- ___ -
but the time that men : \4I. 1..1-11. ir ('t).. rx TilE PKOPI.K: : 01mis
: a daughter. Mrs. June L I I..ri.It, ,
I" I".I '".II'"Ioli. I Ii.iiir's
to kill Uivant of Columbia. Miss.: two The liuilding fund of t lie I.:iwtey I i..l. ( 1 lull took an upward C .....".!.",.... :NATION: s-. !(o FOI I\KKI: :

basis for the striketuniIr .. DOI.I.K KKt: : Tilt:
Though the 1' KIKI: ) FKOVI
as the result of a fish held! to raise 11I..11.f..r the
sons, Thomas G. and Robert Van spurt fry recently .
could not be pinned down. ('. II. Littlejohn manager of the S'ar" store in Gainesville! stands II. \. lIih"I', ,1/101" "'","r 1rlr- I.Hll'II HI'!MNt>! >.
Carpenter both of Hillcrest, a I'ruj..t of con\crting the old shippiim platform into :i Lions Urn and 1,1o."r C ....1".... ..IarLe.. 1'1.,1' *'
the discussion of higher salariesfor \\itli pri/e winners in the poultry slum held last Saturday on the :, ii i\.,,1 ( NA1IOI.OUr !1-13-ill '

drivers began last spring when' ... ('arol Norman Virginia brother Starling M Carpenter' Community (Vnti-r. ('hif tooKs at this event' wtridri i Janu-s \:l Olhrr hol..rr.1 I'"ri, _ _ _ _ _
c.ollrthu.ro..nI. tAft to right are 11 !
requested the School, of Jacksonville; four sisters Mrs U at ITS, I.h; (artt-r. Dan IIarli-> and Louie I. \\ ain\\ right.
the drivers I'arrish DelimitThompson, Jot Napp KolxTt Salmon and IJttlejohn. Ruth C. Martin of Jacksonville, I
for a raise. I
The Sears. manager presented the awards to the children in liehalf of Mrs. Helen Buchanan. Mrs Eula''

drivers At that it time would the be Board considered told the if the Srurs Foundationlihh is sponsoring (tie |Hiultr> project in which Austin Barren and all of Mrs.Newman Tommy G.t.I Lou Another Landmark Passes From SceneAnother Sell It Rent It Trade

the jourigsters are Jlartit' llatillg.
the budget would allow it. Since

then it has been found that the I

budget wouldn't allow it. In thespring Reservists Slated : -

meeting the drivers had 4-H Clubbers Win PrizesIn -_ h-. WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

asked for $100 a month on a 12 for Classifying : .:

month yearly basis. r

Some drivers seemed to think Chicken Raising ShowA :By Draft BoardsA Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place

that the fuss was kicked up ; JO WORDS OR LESS. ONF IXSEKTIOTT 60c
again last w'ekhen individual year-long chicken raising project reached the first .

(Olivers n1.tith Morgan to fim'nut milestone for six 4-11 youngsters Saturday as they were 1It'system 01 1 iecke.iitoni a EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c

if drivers weie getting extra awarded cash prizes and ribbons at an exhibit of their birdsat for standbte.servists na 2.1c tlllUTIOML FOIl III.IMl AIlS OR Alls >OT IMII) IV .4IU .lCEHIM :
been initiated in in effort to give. 01 M' 4t1' IS i'iim ('a:"I' O1 U (I OK nuHK IN.-KH IiOS
t ompensation for driving during :
the courthou
the reservists more certain kn the summer program. A year-long chn-ken raising pto- I C of C Appoints ledge about their emergency Ie in

Morgan said that no driver: ject reached the first milestonefor I .j i. '\1 i 1'. -.lal'l. ,"i.' IrI. \"< n-\i, ; \\i i'v \\ ,i-ii. .
status Col Harold C. Wall St.tt. .. ...
.. .' IL II' lion I .1- L ,
the but I. i --iL.t I. 1 t\in-t .Il. I
were paid during sumer, six 4-H youngsters Saturday I Nominating PanelThe Imector of Florida said. -, d..T 1 1'11"'u. II \\ UpTil .it Ti.1. KI .n>li
that driving chores were handledby UF. they were awarded cash prizes .1
Questionnaires upon whuh the sIII I. I IC "1 '1
teacheis. MI01T1M. IIV 1:1:0: : :-mall T'I
of their' "
at exhibit -
and ribbons an
Staike and Bradford. County classifications!: will tt basei'.ire Illllsl \slililkr ap.iilmi.nl! .,iI) funi. .t.tI :
Wednesday afternoon several of birds at the courthouse. : -. It ILILI-. .."... ", lin II"" s I.. I I. itli .11.1, I nliaii.' .' \i, .
I Chamber of Commerce 1"nddY'appointt'd being/ niaileti to reservist .., .. .
cash awards and i .. liii r.Iiisr iirriikrliirnto ( *irul .2 'in pi i -.M 6ij: |1.. : .
the drivers generally agreed that Receiving $15 I a nominating committee Under legislation enacted by the our ......Irft. urn I"..."'%. V""

the strike talk had fizzled out. at ? blue libbon each as they tied last of these : liaur.ii .iirrI, 5Id ..;tIIl ... IOh.. -
session Congress
least foi the tune being. lot top honors in the competitionwere to choose four new directorsfor .sj lirr a lo.iii.Ii, I liri_lma_. .>urcJll '''iI: s.\ i.i': 'i. ..n p.. .I .. ,
the comingthr'e years. questionnaires will be screened, by I f- U 4.Ii Iii In- iifirii| rialr ami ,.II" "ill M/,' KS ..t|t.\,. 8i, II
Carolyn Norman and Robert I "'., ..,-lalr ll ".rll
the local draft boards for use ir "..r II anil will ai r Madison St MrI.. I K II'
Parrish The terms of the present duec- linnV i \ c Mill I hl iKrlrrliiin a |!. ,
I.MIB lit-ad
Joe Virginia ImiK .ililt: t'l"TEl' \ '
Salmon Sapp. determining the availability ol" the of :Harkr's landmarks ...... ma _
\\ fl
An Hour's Work tors. Guy Andiews Robert Earks- ; passed from the scene recentlj with I" |il<'k I' r
and! Donnie Thompson each re- reservists in time of emergency the di-molitiou of the (; ,.I....\ It ? sot 'a..kii.u r ......it... anil"ill \V \ ThrI.I.. tt. : ., '
dale. J. K"all Jr. and J. R r""lIlr"t"'r l.i-ilding at X. Waluut and Itrunnlee .. i-all .
10 in it. IliuM uu ,
and $ lin.ao.rr ,
reived a red ribbon Each standby icservist will te "C 1I'h".1 I II.-M- jirn. I II J, ; .
"'S": = L. Crawford wasns4rdet1 !Bullington. will expire Nov. 13.: Streets. Hie original structure was erected in I90l! when Glenn asa auil a.... lur ",. tiidrm.., Mr. I'I1..n.. i-t-: -
( ashnthoO.\ placed I in one of the three categories !or.1 Ut 'Ir. .110.........
t>.;..ttI;; :_. C.-.a. a white ribbon and $7. I Named to the nominating com-1: based upon the information Brooks of Pro\idi-nce (unit u small grocery store with living quarters FI.OnIU.Im.I.TY: co.Of j. KI: ISKM: 'II,,...,. ., ,,,, i
I .
'!U3Wi C n Littlejohn manager of miltee wet e Carl Johns S. L. : in his questionnaries: upstairs. In Wt I7. lie sold' the store to John I). :&-tan'>t'll.hll operated Starke lurni-htd" ap.irtnii'nt. '(. u
.. nut st 1'1,1.ii, .-.:.;. \\
IL4IIftIi1IoI Fred .
th- Sears Roebuck store in I Peek and Stump. I-R-- Available in case of national it until I 193'i! : t\Ion lie ....Mllllt to 'I r. and '.Ir... Archibald II. <;lre,>n. cia 'Irmplr .\.... !II..r... I'lii.
__i- '. .... I'hi.nt3sl: Muni :iauI : _
Ia&U -,... .. Ganesville! presented the awards to i The new officers will be installed : emergency. The Greens made several additions, operating| a grocery and meatniarket. IIn. '! CI\\ \ on i III MM l ;

_t ,. ; "' the winners in the project sponsored -I at the annual banquet which has ;i 2-R-- Deferred for civilian -I until I 1)3!) when they sold to their son and daughter-in-law, I I I."ST! ,'it STI! tvl-i'. I f''malt' ,.Ar himn mil nl." ,?? lied reonu
I occupation Ill-mill I 1Ilx.1! omr. ; furnUhnl. 4 |/i
1 r.t scheduled for Nov. 15. I lit-aKli' a i..I Walkt-i I arr"
Foun- been ,
a ". .' .. .. by the Sears Roebuck in his questionnarie: I IJojd J. and Inez Green. They continued to operate a grocery Kvuaid lOll :\...-gei.' rimiH1.. : : ".'f land. 3 niilr.. ..f Snrkr.. XK: frrtn
rr i WIIII dation. In other action the Chamber of I "j Slaikf lit 'h.' I''. big Ii u a,, I'rirr '.;.:;4111.1111
f' .- .. I of the national health safety 01 market antI feed and fertilizer store for the next 20 jears. From I : 1I \o ....01..,...", bunir trr.t ..It.... I

"r : The project began in March Commerce board selected Miss ,i 1922 to ; FOII.E :New: l a 0 ln-iln'fin ,icrr uf I land, :y> ; ultra III Sark,-
interest. l'J.14 a total of 32 the store had the
.r := when the boyr, and girls each Dorothy Ro:,... Bradford County !I years, same telephone I ..d'rn hi'U-- ba. k and front I',,,,1' *'[.:''"1.1111.

-- : be I: 3RDeferred by reason of extreme number 86. :Mr. anti Ir... Green plan to sell the prolC'rthich is h. adjiinniBar pi-rtt- \\'nhUIK 'j r .. bed '....m ..'....r'lI frnmr hum
w.I I to i.'r
c.- received 100 New Hampshire 1 1I Home Demonstration Agent 1a. gain iiutS.t .. I u !oCa'..,. ( l.ikr. in far HMHI IMP

I = :I chicks of the laying strain. The ;I the chairman of the committee to ;! hardship and privation to located on State Road 16, a potential Turnpike access road. I <-A utility. C Sladr.rotiiiiA.I llaiiipK-n lt|I. ''i,u arrr pecan. ,;,..... and farm. 1'nuirdruant
dependents. b<>u r t iih mudr,. _
..... L:_ : children are required to keep i!take charge of the exhibit for the i KKXT: -TWII l.t-iiri.uiu man-1 I ,,rnirnrro. 2I2 Billm uf Starkrrird ,
-l .-- ..... complete records of expenses and I I state fair to be held in the early Besides giving the icsenisLs a ,.'II FV liuusin.mpl.-ti-l> rurniMiril..ar i I'> "..,..."(.t"'.

t, "T'VIili1DiI"' activities. The program will continue part of 197.; I knowledge of their recall status .. iii.it laige yard. Incnnre at FLOHID.HEALTY ('0.
I:: :,114 i I.: I:1'\\ nlt-f Si UpI '
until March 1957 with several ', Miss Ross will be assisted by the program will provide the services 1 Of Sfarke
Don 1'age displays the eight bass :1 t Ia' :; ....
I' Trmplr 4 .
with a knowledge of the a- S'n iisi C stnrkr. Fia.ajr .
more shows slated. J. K. Wall Jr.. County Agent i I \\ \\TII' r\i>rrifin .. ..
lie caught Monday morning In the ,, .\Miiid.ini. Tinx ">(i J 1'bonr isj ;JMeh 330.4
vailability 01 their standby reserve "!ii" n
pace> of an hour. Page wasn't Lester Kalch assistant poultry George T. Huggins and Bill Haas. pool. Col Wall said\. >. r\n 411 I S Walnut St. Hi'hg .

from the University of ]OP. SALE-Like new 285: AMP
he caught ht'm-.aitl expert
tillingrrc ; h -d
1 J. I MI l; 1'I'I: Ku >- room furni> Hollup ARC Welder with l6i ft.
it was in "Monday morning lake." Florida Agricultural Extension Di- Farm Bureau To Elect I Ii I 'I'I!: ')- I N. fhurch St. of lead cable good used craft-

Hi said he was going buck to the vIsion. judged the birds at Satur- Funeral Today l-i!:, i,. i-: \\ ..r api.l> Ol.1* :X. man. Phone 501-1%". or write Box
Officers At Meeting i II'''' 1.. :st t ..3. Starke. tip 9/%&
same place Tuesday morning and day's r.how. i I II For Wm. S. Parker _
,I.', 'It| ni\T: I'm ni-hed cottage near I"'('It IE\T-.ur:'
it uould lit "TinUj morning T. : room f.inhid" 1
huggin5 -
George .
County : ... confluence.i -,
Election nit
of Bradford County -'h' l M rn apartment Still hI It.Lt. I I.., >, I', i ifiont
lake The string wrighi-d a total said the chickens are judgedon Farm Bureau officers will t? the William Simpson Parkei 60 -r- \,|', | fill i : Lake St Call and I l..l. k i-nti.in.I It.' i,
of 'JT unds. I' 'S \\ Vi-, \ 1-'. Saul633 Mi--1 patio. to adult.- .. .
for, r i |
| a basis of 100 points the Cattlemen's died in a local hospital Wednesday thug uijdiiuI.iti | >
highlight of joint ,, ..
Ii II ;.N p.-t.- ;7'I \\ i i ti;! ;,
biomhng and rearln 50 pointsfor I Association and Farm Bureau afternoon after suffering a I'h.ni.. I 11'.1; _11/, _

exhibition and :50; points for I stroke early that morningMr. > VUIXFT and ra-ppnter Work -
to be held Friday .
ClassesVill BeginIn 'I meeting tonight ( Small, now and repair Jobs aC-.1'KII I:.:\T- K\i-eitn.ii.ii" 1. fj, ".
',record books. ( in the Lion's Den. Parker was born n I i.Dti-d. J.."- '. Hicks nt. 1, Box loom fnrni-liid mltau, n, "\

Creative WritingA The next exhibit for the young- I The program. which includes a Providence. R.I. on March 10 \ s. ,, k. 2tp 9/28 1""III"d and roppi -.i..n-,,, 'Ii.I ,
out ES""I'li"lIaJ
nu \ad; 1 It'd
sters will be at the Bradford I steak supper will get underway : t8%. the son of the late JohnS. orii TI:>TH 'I\1RS.\ltY I flown.Klii: 'tnr kittiL, II aid i iV.

class in creative writing will County Fair during the week of at7p.rn. I and IabellalcLeotl: Parker lt\lIOS ittI' tIRED al.', lit-aiir. Ka- li..it. I tin ,, .
i .
Models h-.u-r I.., ;,1, ,] in
) All SIal.ru All KIIIK-II \ \
begin its study program 'IondayI.iht. Oct. 22. In Januaiy the 4-H'ers County Agent George T. Hug- He was at'tt'ran ol Word' Itrasi.nnl.lf tharerii enarantrrddis. lau.an.f,., to lakipi I i. iln t .

; Oct t. in the high school. will enter their birds in competition -i gins said that also slated for discussion -I War I. r. siir.iMiiuii '> nt 'v.-iii around Clo-i. to MI.. .

The class was organized lar.* week. 703 W. fail: st. Starke _11o_2i9' pl.r.Cold ,'.."i |-i.. _..x ,
will be the of
with boys and girls from sixotht'r i possibility Mr. Parker was a :etired .si npainter ('OEII ('KOHere's :Star.and Stnpe<; King I :\ 1.1"Ii
The class will start at 7:30: in the cattlemen holding a field day X-w 8 x 8 x 16 concrete !I ,
counties at the district show- I and for several years what a soil. test and lime application will! do. Smothered uj. FuR SALH 1.-
room 17C. Prospective memberswill Jacksonville Huggins said. I early in November with demonstrations served as a visiting {'haplainamon this excellent of Mriata : l.ioc-k l: Cenunt' $1.50 per
in i by crop (Sweet Crotal.iria and Hairy Indigois hag. Mortar !Mix $1 30 per bag. I Iliradfurd IKIVIK: Viv l\s-ltCTKI\
be met in the main entrance : in beef cattle manage- the local (;. T. left and the field's Co. phone '
prisoners in Jails. j County Agent Huggins ( ) owner, I* \. Ens.iKcrniK
I' .
Cot the school and directed to the Bradford Road Toll ment. He was very active in Christian I \V)'nn of the Hampton Luke area. This \10-acre plot planted in May, 04. Starke. tf i"/i'irpariat. ....ountiiiE home S,'ml for for Imnkk ft. ., "int.,pi. ;.

loom. layman wotk and taught a Sun- : i i.:1II excellent combination cover and grazing ('roll.fh'r graring: ,nation. ...1'.-.. plan-niciit 'IIM. .

Mrs. Myrvvin Long. instructor Listed At 7 During Starke Man Receives day School class at the Airpark cattle this summer the organic material will h(' plowed under adding WHEN IN NEED OF \iivsiv novn: IIISIMSS: : i'ot.i.r.t.iic.: .
STI IM inii'T.s:
of the urged the attendance : valuable nitrogen to the soil. Next >ear. liahia will take over
course Baptist Church of which he wasa I' LANDSCAPINGFILL I.I.. 0.11111:7': JKI.. \.
of all adults interested in First Half Of Year Award For SuperiorJob member. for grazing. Huggins said the outstanding growth! is due to a proper (Ikhg)

r soil test and the application of 18 tons of lime. DIRTor
writing feature stories newspaper Surviving are two daughteis l FliP.LI' Three bedroom h..u-.-.

articles articles for pleasure or Seven persons died on the highways Accomplishment Mrs. T. I. Mersereau and Mrs ti 21 Francis St. 1'111".1\ <'11. '.01 I IIii.

of Bradford County during I Recent Births Lake City RodeoThe DISKING : Mrs.. Dukr daI. 111". and 411.! Iafter
working with words. K. P Lee. both of Starke; and
lion Need 1 of Starke. firral acountin : u.m. tfchg
months of this
E. L. Matthews. publisher of the the first six year. three sons. Wm. D. Parker. Third Annual Rodeo spon- W. L. TIIIGPEN, JU.
'I the Florida Department of Public (' ? clerk of the disbursingj Mr and Mrs. Robert Kops of sated the Columbia ]I'(iR KENT-Three bedroom hou--
by County Alton Rd.
Bradford County Telegraph will Lancaster. Calif.; Jesse C. Parker, Rt. 2 Box 215-D -
reported.The j office at the Green Cove Springs : Starke announce the birth of a in Keystone Heights, lo-i-- I"
talk to the class at one of the Safety : Orlando; and Edward L. Parker. Riding Club will be held in Lake ; PIICVVE 297-J I school. and lipach. Circulating

Mrs. said. report also stated that 69 i i Naval Station lecently recehed'a !.I Cocoa. son Thomas Kenneth on Sept City Oct. 5. 6, 7. with special heater and km'h,'n equiprnvn-
early periods. Long '
were injured this year Superior Accomplishment Award 19 in Doctors Hospital. events each Starke Fla. ii-nt $.>'. p.-r II'.. I'hon Krvstone
persons be held planned day.
service will
The class I ig being conducted irconjunction Funeral "" 11:111"i;: / ,
lit'i iI'
I | i
which is the fast tecoming thebloodiest |of $100 cash and a letter of commendation -
with the Adult Education in the Airpark Baptist Church Toby Dowdy and his gang will
crash death from the Navy Regional Mr and Mrs. W. O. Dodd of !!1 INCH TELEVISION consoles
highway $10
I .. -: ,
this afternoon I Friday i at 2 play for the rodeo dance Saturday .I\C.I
program. year in Florida's history.Over '! Accounts Office at Charleston S. Starke are the happy parents of : I'.I\T:: riui I I.. 'I' """, ii-.u | down at Dahmer's. tfche
o'clock with Rev. Lacy Conway night. Oct. 6. The parade on Friday -I ,
-I"'M K.thtatn
the state 578 have C. a son born Sept :25!; in St. Vin > 'nrnpliti fin ii : ,
persons officiating Interment will follow Oct. 5, at 3:30 p.m. will be I In.ik I fat L iii"i.- *"." 1"' 'r "' ''nlh.I j I
Deadline Is NearingFor lost their lives in highway crashes The letter stated that. "On a I Lake under, I cent's Hospital. Mis.: Dodd is the Mrs VValti-i, Mmphrt-r-l IlItll 'm Crosby Cemetery directed by E. Pardee producerof IS YOUR I'KOl'KKTYIT
the Florida High- ''comparative basis the daily and former Ellouise Thomas. ::;th Ttrr I'li-.n. J.I'ill.:: ; <;:1111..1 I |
investigated by .
Vote RegistrationTime the direction of DeWitt C. Jones. the rodeo.A \ jl'- 41. he 1" I I"' FOR SALE?
way Patrol. These! figures do not I monthly financial returns received I
office ati Funeral Home. The Bradford County Hospital: $jnO cash award will be given K 411 l: S U.R MfVK.in, i.m.iil 1 for1!
include in incorporatedlimits. from the disbursing .
is growing short for peo- : Active pall bearers will be announces the following births: to the cowboy making a qualified l.r...-diie! i irii.-i--. .1 I. < ""J.! .. c't: :: I i iVV Why not pay me a visit or call

pie who plan to vote in the November the,i t' Green Cove Springs are definitely I Wm T Jackson. Joe Starling,. I Mr. anll j Mrs. Robert Carter of ride on Bull Xo 6 I. Fian.'i- .Itt i h y phone or write me and
Union County was among above NRAO takes pleasure I
average. '
B. E.
elections to get their names Blake Jatkson Maxville. a son. Thomas Daniel Fill SAI.K Two liKilnidin iiiiirtiinifium I[ will come by to see andwe
four getting by the first half of in noting that consideration Harold Glasgow and 0 L. Linsin .- h.'ni.- AH 4M at-r-- .-ar-il you
on the registration books Mrs the year without a traffic death''I I, is being given to recognizing the I 1 Sept. 19. Cub Scouts I land with; |>f-an 1:1'I.!I.". at.-cl II | will talk it over.I .

Marian Crosby. supervisor of regis \1: r. and Mrs Leonard M ="'01'- I mil'. Voith ..f 1..1\\ I.-\ "" :!1t1! 'jI
on rural roads. The other three' ,person most responsible for this Farm Forester Don Champion I W R lr l'klatld. itt I B..\ ":*. :,
'ration warned this week Elks To Meet I hate !oe\t'ral) pro.pedsait-
again : weie DeSoto. Liberty and Wak-. record." ; I gel of Staike a son, Stepher presented a film. "When A Farmer I I..awl V If. hi I :
Only a week remains before the foui Randall Sept 20.' I i ng now for me to locate
i,1111a. 'Baker: County h.id I During the past year Neel made I Needs A Forester" at theMeeting lining rodiii '
Initiation ol candidates will t* 11>I: -\1.1'-llah"1:1I":
books will close at 5 p.m. Oct. 6.. deaths. Clay two and Duval 31. !only one error in the entire process Mr and Mrs. Raymond R. Fa- of Cub Scout Den Pack -IIitt. Ill"ot.. h '"", '"'' ..r high them a Farm. Some want
hold! .it the of the P..P.O.
Mrs Crosby said. She expresses I of the activities of I meeting \ vata of Lawtey. a daughter Margaret : r'.iii', lrg. luiff'-i til.lt) tint. i. ji j small traits of around 20 to
reporting Recreation .
70 the Methodist ,
I in f"r k '-al' ,
Elks Monday. Oct I. at 7 hair-; f'trg..imi: |in'
the belief that a number of peo Rotary Hears Talk I Ruth. Sept. 23.I' .. :::1:. Walnut:;' ;50 I) Sonu- want
.: the fiscal section of the disbursing Visiting Elks from Ocala I building Monday night lie also I Can l< "fin at acres large
the still haven't <
pie in county a 21t. l'III. i
registered .1
On Exchange PlanA Lranch to NRAO in Charleston. : Gainesville. Lake City and Grc-ei; : Mr and Mrs. Edward B. Dyai I displayed and explained a few of i parcels from 30( to 5.000
and will be wondering whithey
\ This was done in spite of the fact Cove Springs will be present a!t tlof I Hampton a son. Edward Bob- implements used in his pro- F4)It| SVI.K-; :." ..r ':11 Ti L'OI-,OLd, ,.. :, icres. Some want timbered
i ''th.-
are rt'fllsed'oling privilege:I Founds. that the entire rt'portingprocedure : the dinner Irvin Rob. | by Dyal Jr Sept 23I1 ; ond runnt KI'Tida. "t"lrawl 1.. 'H i. land that
meeting .
on election day. talk on the Rutaiy : plant'.-Ira \Vil, ,". Kt 1. Kt.irkin ; ] or which has been

tion. exchange;: plan for U S amforeign I had been revised at the beginningof bns.: Exalted P.uler. urges all Iota I Mr and Ms.s! Johnny \\' ..JI'kI Refreshments were serto I I lit. : 12. I cut over These: can be any

Bradford"If a voter County cast during his ballot the Ma i ii I. students was given'ed... : the 1955-56 fiscal yea\ I Elks to attend. i I son .' : "It ItENT-N..Iv: fiir-n'ti". t'\<,1 .size One party ill pay up to

;) nesdav: by p.eDon Kokomoor ai l I ih'. >: her of Den 1. !: l.tilr'.oit, h.tii'.- M'i'li( -IT >>q
his still tht.: $:{ 000 cash for any kind of
I nmary. name is on .r'" W.I'.i' 't
the luncheon meeting; of the T'lim \t :tit.-ti.t \\ Iii be hel!I 1"//

books" Mrs. Crosby said. Shi| Starke P.otarClub.. The speaker New Brick Building Completed At B aptist: Church :\T'itili'0. ; 2!> Present Cut: I p nil t \I. :--l'ra.I'\. : '! nu lj.'\ tiou" e that can be improved

urged that those people who ar' ILdt'-i'I! "",'k"'T"r! "t.l, $1 Ift iii, and with property on paved
was introduced by T. H. Slade. :.t:Millmi'nt i* ti-I .
."-"t"'. "' : down and .nthl\. I
r $ ; "" (pavni
pew in the area or who hav!; road north of SbrJ..t'nuthl'r
who had charge of the program. : -' .' nls >.f $10 \fti-i 4 pin till

ii.nxed see her and get their name!; President G L. Patten announc- J" ;:: <<(; -. J i ITT..1 <.r To* :;i4S. :.sj.iiki; lip( will pay up to $;j,000) {) for 10

,1'iti intiiM addre.s.ie. on th f ed that dnectois of the club had --- MW.- ii I "i: S\LK nil-- I.i ii--i,' jM I'I j ur :30) acre farm on mail route
"ii .; ,
Ih'k- I .. '
: I I.N i > I I.d w I' 'v. .r .
voted to contiibute $50 to the ". ,... T. \ i i
This be
}- I .. can anywhere in
: '
CAN fir:IK I !t'4 V i't. % Si
Bradford County Recreation Committee --- .. .r.,.... rf-- ;'W...: .=. 1"u 1 I! I".I. \\. .'".III..1| I county but must have !live

Ruling Will Restrict for use in the recreation "" ....-. :. .S\\ ,
,roo ... == j'" fl. 4 s- \\000. ( 'I''j;I.: !::1'VT Ln I: yc.1. ; I able house, and be off main
progt am now under way at the -.... r:: .... .- : : S .,' '''- Oil l t.'t-i ". -h, .10..1 1.I
Enlistments In GuardA n.o. Members also contributed -::. !.If f.... .. .- -''",: :.1';. \" I I' i \\ ",1.f r. !I... 1 highwayI
( !. O" I . I
". 't\r.t I. ,, -.i.'i.. 11. I
$.'., to one complete uni11 .' )
purchase l : .
!i. sOOO have !several jowl two-bed
nl'I restriction placed! 111:10n.11 ,..
limit for a member of the school'snew F1.
:-': Guar,| enlistments \vil!]:I "- ; t-i.: ;; -: ,O--. i= !' : IO.flO) ) HEWAHI S1000i room houses for sale, which \
midget football team.e '"" .... J = t ;
mean that mm-veterans who ar '' :: : ,... ',_ I.... t i To .\nvoniVhi Will Bring .\ be bought terms
.1,,in Mundortf sang "He i:". / :iL.: ;;;:;# ___ I can on One \
rut interested in active dut i i-i:: 1-,. i 1t I ( iistiHiKrlin unlius. I'Mdj
:r "God And I, accompanied at !ft.! 1_ ":::-- ; I a of these j is already financedby

;laming I will have a tougher tim eI: pi.mo by Mrs L. J Green. H. :' 't-. .;, : j ( at .\tBradford V. A.Whether.

into the Guard. after Oi .. r.f"j :
: I
Lilting 11''h..1! guests of the club at tn.- r :' -.j- tOS- __ __
y.-- :.= ., _
I Lt. Joseph G Wood. publi l'l: meeting were Jerome Edur.i- '. ..- r SIt .--,; ... .. .:=I '.<11;-.'. : =- -. _ I Wholesale Mtrs. Inc vou need to Hl'Y
information officer of the Stark eandYane, Mundorff. :: _. ''-? .-'I:= '';; ;Y( ,"#o-,.! i0 i-, : Lc .f ,,-. __ __ ... .....:.\ I \,. '".... I'roin (.i irllioiis or SELL I am ah\a\'s readyto
NLLL.t f
unit said. I : : : ,"f_, '- "I' ;2f,,:" ,9 :' :t t:. : .#.4f'1-.".."....,. ir) :N. Templei: T<-1. 318 offer mv' assistance to you". I

The restriction provides thalint. :; -- ." : .. i ':' "i'r ,
Fish Story -,. .: k- :!:::ct -'i-i: "-t> > Please remember I will do

out of every five new enlistees :- : -.. .... -. >- A !::::2., l F.R flF.XT-'It In. deiralle] one my
..; .. :,. .. -s'--. fftfff ;t : -" and two bedroom apartment*. utmost to produce results for i
must be a prior seric e : Taxssessor Gene Long's off. "- ...... ... _l1II j; :!J :"
Tannablp Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
man 01 must be enIsted for th e : will soon sport a new decoration --: ..-.. .-.;. ,., ,. Nothing' lo bu, {. Nollraan.; :125V.! Madison tfchg you So call by write or I
..,Jiii-; 1a"J.:;:: ,..-,'!. ) l
=. ._. .*> {e (
six months training progranThis :i.j! Long won a battle with a 11:! Com* m for your
ruling will be effet.tiDel t.: :pound bass while on a fishing The new wing of the First Baptist Church in three-story br ick structure built by Ben Hall wase Boffol.Cntry forrnCllllthq I STATE RANK -- KETSTOXE -- phone.WALL (

1. |I party at Welaka last week andS 'I Starke near completion and rounds out something first put in u< Aug. 26. and only two rooms in the REP. FDIC.HEIGHTS. FLA., MEM- REALTY

Wood urged Out nonveteranir.terested is having the fi .', mounted to REGISTERED; I
of a $,00 000 physical plant on the local church entire plant v I ere i unused. That was the reason BROKER
in joining the Nation LI display in his office j I WE P.fT ANT SELl. USED FURXiTfUE.
Pastor Lewis D. Haines said the the sion Rev. Haines said the church I
property. : new for -
j e\pan Co- Office
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Guard but do not want to sisr n : Long said he is expeciaUy proud Furniture : N. Walnut St. ,
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