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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 26, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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| | it; :in! n"'wth of the clap will h111j4A A.LAAAAA1111111111111111i11111111I1111111 hake in .noilciatinen 1 i iii; .d 0 Je-I and is full oi leaves and rubbishis dish to sec e ::111'! :: fi .

:! i.-, i-'i i"\:: indicate that MiUoru! L'C:=: <'" ,iL ut one lion! Remove definitely a fire hazard and ''prepaied
and brown I!: /
I I. ._.'" t i.- needed. Home DemonstrationNotes : .u'Xfi, ]li.-t 15 or 20 minutes to al-j could be ignited spontaneously -
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1'ilir =>rcillills} (;iiilli :"w I'olat..s to blown on topJr.tttd undei the right conditions he
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( cheese may be added f u. : i. ; jish .r -
dnr i, 'liru-I :. h.i.i been some lag in 1 iej. -
white sauce. Serves six. saidM toM,i A'I.- !., ', .
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I j. .ru: enough applications tu 2DOKOTIIY : Carpenter warned about
Menu
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4 i kerosene and dr it t .'i.i''r'; i rued!
i' .n'i;> the 5O.! OO seedlings t"I' .. ROSS i I using gasoline
i -I' en us by Container Corp. scalloped potatoes with cleaning materials in the house \1" .1 I; K< .iy! jin-- .J.; "
j ,-i ..I America. A little lam Home Demonstration Agent 1 i i tomato juice ham. snap beans or near a fire. .
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: ..llll'lhlngfmaUy, brought in and cabbage salad. Choose a fruit The State Farm Club was hostess ; iiiop for making hlllol.\:
fudgingrgrtalilfs \rjjet.tbles.: beef dessert, as whip.
a r out ot school prune
R'IF i .0' .ipplitations than we ha.lW to the council in then coot iron and rlerorat'r.-, ,
ta Elizabeth 1'ievatt arid| iru'iin.ed
Mailyn i lotht-s. plants and home =.alely
, safety I i
dill1gs. inanity c lob house ,
'' for the fiM'LY.: 'r -
I Cox senior 4-H members ,
learned'a 'Adult 1'ood. rrograiu: Spuds Johnson says loose ,
I <- .ippie<-'ii.e these gut seedling dt-ai about ; 1 j A "'''\''I'h j : luni hivM! \\...< will I! be head! FII.\: i-'
By Geo. T. lluggins great judging vegetables The boards{ broken steps and rlutietedtrash
II and I know the fauneis re- the county nmncil meeting this enjoved a: n< "" .1 p.irlu ui.ir'teatuie Xo2: .it Miss I'! 0 -. !::
in teaming session conducted often before fall
I month go a j j'County
Agent was used '
County to further thetubs'
i jctfivmj; them are grateful also for by Joe Norton who is Assistant fair \\.t.' ti:: r.: l.tiieir.om:: : horse! "'-} \V.i't; r S" < '
this fine gesture in the interestof i foods program. Members :i betse.e: teal :. .p::>. :"'! ::'tea t'> .a---! 1 oil.., k
Vegetable Crop Specialist[ selected ; See you at the fail and be -i.ei,
a for dish
main
recipe a
bringit
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|>nirt heat ( utlleIt I a t tie have than trying improtimb.. with the Agricultural Extension I! to serve their family then ':'to go by and visit the 11011:,' Demonstration -
k. Good; ('urr."j.It1. pre-
:...inheaf 1 i iltitn their'I ba Service. Resides learning how to and -l-II i'ui! >sj
I proton: dies: UINtll: : and winter, It is encouraging to know cattlemenhave thata Brother Sam McGarvey recently judge vegetables this: information i I j dish pared to an.the] brought council it as meeting a covered In I j booths! HEED CASH? -- $50 -- $100? -- $300
number of our
,they wry heat you of your profits good told us about a farmer in will help them in selecting good j discussing their dish the members I Count) Council .Meeting:

I l.ttei. Cattle do not store protein already purchased seed meal.their sup- Alachua county getting 130 bushels vegetables for home use. told holy their family liked the i "The main cause of foe in the: PROMPT COURTEOUS CONFIDENTIAL
their bodies for later use. [ ply of cotton of corn acre from a con-
m per i Norton used cucumbers and I dish and what they would sei ve i home are smoking and matches.
They need It very day. When [Sawdust In (iunlrnsUequest test plot. This was under irriga in i electricity and heatingeqmp.- :
I peas teaching the girls. In with it to complete the meal. I MARION FINANCE CO. Inc.
! cattle in once in tion. ,
protein is supplied it causes comes every t addition he showed some colored I ment and combustible: material
Two membeis
to rat more of other feeds.If (I awhile about using sawdust in Well, Sam you would enjoy slides of other vegetables. He prepared scallopI D. W. Carpenter. Starke fireI
conducted -
I little protein is given each l home gardens. Sawdust can be I I't'd potatoes and they wish to pass 21S W. University Ave. Phone FR6-5333
a visiting L. G Johns and C.yde'Hall a class on judging I chief told members of the Home
vegetables this
day they eat mOL dried grass II very helpful in supplying more who had a good corn fieldin at the boy's I-II camp last j recipe on to you. I I Demonstration County Council Gainesville, Fla.

01 low quality hay. I organic matter in the soil. Sawdust the Theressa community. L. G. summer.It ,. scalloped rotators last week. The -program was in I,

The amount to feed will vary' decomposes pretty rapidly and Clyde are farming together Six medium-sized potatoes 31 observance of Fire Prevention i
was pointed out to them that { ,
from one half to three pounds I when mixed into the soil. and they just finished harvestinga vegetables must be clean uniformin tablespoons butter. 2 tablespoons I week. j 1

daily depending on condition and Sawdust makes an excellent 100 bushels per acre crop. This 'I flour. 3 cups milk. 1 teaspoon:: "To use good common sense j I '
size shape and (color and free S.'lIt.1
size of animal kind of feed and I mulch. It decomposes less rapidly I was Dixie 18 and did not have j, one-fourth teaspoon pepper. in all activities around the home ); See BILLY JACKSONFOR
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several other factors. when used as a mulch. Anytime iriigation. be classed as excellent. I tablespoons chopped onion. Peel )I is the first step toward preventing -

Don't forget the herd bull when '' sawdust is used, you will need I hope next year we can start I potatoes and slice almost paper ., (lies." he said.
you are arranging your feeding'I to use extra nitrogen. When you a corn production club. I know we Elizabeth and Marilyn ate thin as potato ('hips.Idke white The fire chief listed se\'erall

program. A properly fed bull; hasa might estimate that you have can up our yields on most farms. | members of the judging team that :j I sauce by melting butter or oleo good housekeeping practices i I TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT, DISKING

great influence on the results added about a ton of dry sawdust The one factor we may not be will go to Tallahassee October 27! blend in flour and then add milk which are important measures in''

you will get from a number of to an acre you should add able to solve in all cases in wat- ': to participate in the Farm and I slowly, stirring to prevent lumps fire prevention in the home. News And All Type Tractor Work
I, ni Home Judging Contests at the forming put half the potatoes in old clothing and other 1 1I
cows. an extra 25; pouns of pure er but other than that. \\e can papers
Don't wait till rattle get in trogen. This would mean about'': add practices that will pay off. North Florida Fail The other a greased baking dish: cover with I stoied items should be stacked )! PHONE 165

poor ondition to start feeding 75 pounds of material like am- 1 Goal Temporary Orating; girls on the team ate Judy Kellv I half the white sauce, seasonings, in neat piles\ and oily mops and

extra protein It is easier and monium nitrate i There is lots of interest this I iVnginia Painsh. and Pattinarviluin. and( union Add I'm.llnmgpot- lags are best kept III metal tun- I' W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER

< heapei tu keep the weight the Anv yellowing or unexpected i fall in planting crops like oats Thev will also judge potii- atoes seasoning and om"n tainet.he advised ,
I Florida Black rye and Italian lye try loaf bit-ails! !iinzt-n I tool
i grass for winter feed. All of ,

these are good. They fill a placein

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WE BUY ive: lots of feed. There will be; I ,

more Florida Black rye planted I I I
this fall than there has been be-'' I

f 01 Some e. high nitrogen fertilizer : ; I

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PECANSHIGHEST will give you more growth and 1 ,

more nutritious feed. A good: fertIlization 1 II

i is 400 pounds of S-S-8. '

You can adjust your rate from '" I

not that good to a little better. I r I

I would not vary more than 100 : 7- I

pounds in either direction. I .
CASH PRICES I II
Warfarin Kill. Kats I I
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Come in and talk'to us about
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Warfarin for rats. I know we I

can help make you some money if I 1'1

PAID there are rats on your place. Wet ,I
weather now and cool weather I iI I

'later will cause them to begin !i ii 1'1

i looking for shelter. Come to sees i iI I

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In Circuit Court llradford County, I I II
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l I'..ri-th.-i: LirncarTurkPlaint lit vs.Keiiiuih II
.1. Turk. Defendant. I I I
Notice Tu Appear ; I
STATE FARMERS MARKETAUCTION
Case N'o. 10-lSfi .
.T"..'. Kenneth .T..Turk whose resl- ; forHallowe'en : ;
.1. n' .arid addri rs i is: r'0 East
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EACH THURSDAY Vii are hereby nonrU.I that a suit I
i I'D- door has been filed against ,
> "11 in the above named Court and 1
.Hi'- :",,1 you are required to !If'n..1, ; i
J. R. Wainwright Produce Co. .1 copy| "f your answer or pleading i!' !
Ito i the r.mi'Uint. ; ,,n the PlaintiffsAlt"rn.n ;
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John J. Crews, Jr., P. O.
ltJiU.. Ma.'clenny, Florida and I .
PHONE 179 STARKE FLA. I file the original in the office of I I
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Cleric of the Circuit
Court on Snack 0' Lantern. This clever bit of hostess
or before the 19th day of November, I magic turns a pumpkin I
AT FARMERS MARKET II'did>f;: otherwise the allegations of, I Party Foods That Really "Do The Trick"Served into a big round snack bowl\! Scoop out the pumpkin and cut
Comuamt Will be taken as1 ,
fi>nfe .eil by you. i I i a "face" into one side. Fill a jar with your favorite dip, pop it

Tins. .... nllt.p. shall be published I \Vith Sparkling Coca-Cola I' inside the pumpkin and M'rveith crackers. With sparkling Ii
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--- ,u'--ks in the Bradford County Tele- Coke set out for sipping, your party's off to a great taste start!
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Kited this 17th day of October.OFFICIAL I
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6' Convenient Timtr Divided Top Quick-Trick Crullers. Hearty treat for a hungry gang! USP tubes I Orange-Frosted Sandwich Loaf. A buffet "best" that tastes !

I of refrigerated biscuits. Roll out biscuits to -mch thickness, dot I best with ice-cold Coca-Cola! Remove crusts from unsliced bread
"focused Heat' Broiler $213
I half with 1 teaspoon marmalade, top with remaining ones, sealing I loaf, cut lengthwise into 4 slices. Smooth canned ham and chicken I

Built-in" Fluorescent lamp" !I I I firmly. Fry in deep hot fat ((375 degree) 3 minutes per side. Drain spreads on alternating layers. Here's your frosting: beat cream I

"t'I THE BESTKNOWNNAME I and dust with confectioners'sugar Serve'em up hot right on the 1 into cream cheese until fluffy-smooth, tint with orange food colorI I

*Un ] WEEKLY IN ELECTRICHEFIUGER.TIOX spot with plenty of ice-cold Coca-Cola. Its great taste makes it I ing. Chill loaf More serving. This is fancy fare that's plain delicious I
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OLD liNCEli right at home at any party! I teamed with the
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA
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lay leader, will have charge. Aspieey Court and caue and you are required C o Veterans Taxi Cornwall On-
Order Of Publication and Notice To .I"f-\o'n.: '" aid diiros" i is. Plaint: !
is to serve a copy of your an- tai 10 Canada. < 4-CO agnes Hsaejko. 'f \
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED program being preparedwith swer or pleading to the complaint You are hereby notified that a suit Appear, Mate Of Florida Tot 2nd Street. Ja.kson Height'! Lag ry M.saejko, Def--nda-
music under the directionof on the Plaintiff's Attorney T. Frank I fur divorce has been filed against IIluis Cuthne Lazzara. whosercu.ltui'e I-land. New York. "C.1,. :--
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Mrs. F. S. Pierce, RJE music Landrum, Rex 46. Starke Florida I you in the above named Court and You and address is: I'nknown. You are hereby notinea that a Settee To Appears
and file the original in the officeof ',cause and you are required to servei are required to appear on suit: fur divorce: T' Henry h.a'j;' "
By Ozora J. Shell teacher. Collection for the eve- the Clerk of the Circuit Courton copy of your answer or pleading :November named ll. mti in the abuse has been filed usalnsi you In theabove d. n e and ahire.s4- .'
will r.r before the 19 day of to the complaint the Couit and cause, wherein named Court and cause and .
I ning be supervised by little November I I on Plaintiffs plaintiff steks si n Stree': Flushing. N- V
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtAAAAAAAAl4adership in"! *; othewise the allegations of Attorney Alfred C. I'blt. 301 Smith divorce.EYadford you are required to serve a copy of You are hereby" notified: i".i: a
Brenda Gail Thompkins and Gaile said C'ninplaintill be taken as ; L\iildine, Jacksonville :2, Florida County Telegraph snail your answer or pleading to the ( suit for Divorce
Conference day is colored day at the fair. I Martin. Adult assistants will be confessed by you. and file the original in the office of publish this Order in next fourweekly plaint on the P'aintltTs 'om-I]has been filed against yo : :-. t.-.e

The Bradfoid County Teachers You are invited to attend any Mrs. S. C. Price, and I. Butler. All This notice shall be publishedonce I the before Clerk of the Circuit Court on Witness Issues.my hand and official seal T. .Frank tark...Landrum.Florda: P o Box i i54S. above named Court and ciu' a- i
or the ]
: each week for four consecutive IKth! day of November
Association is sending three dele night. The following schools have I women are asked to remember weeks In the Bradford County Tele- I 1956: otherwise the allegations of ;,at 1956.Star!...., Florida, this October 4, and file the original In the office of''I! you of your are answer required or to plead serve'g a'. )>: t ry
i the Clerk
gates to the second annual leadership participated: RJE C. C. Anderson their financial pledges for this graph.Dated this 17th day ..t October confessed said Compaint by you.will be taken as OFFICIAL. SEAL) bt fore the of 12 the dayf Circuit V-v.Court on I'."-or'-; i complaint on the Plaintiffs A:' r-

conference at Bethune- Junior High, Hampton Training day. The public is invited.May- 1956. I This notice shall be published Charles A. Darby otherwise: the allegations of said ney .
Monday and I Thurston Elementary. Many (OFFICIAL SEAL) once each week for four consecutiveweeks As Clerk of Said Court. {Complaint will be taken as confessed -I I I H. C T.iMw; n. P. :
Cookman College on belle E. Roberts and Vasta McCoy Charles A. in the Bradford By Marian 1.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk by you. '!, Via.ncs\ d.. KIl: "
Tuesday of next week. The rep- thanks to the principals and Williams, cochairmen.An Clerk Darby.of the Circuit graph. County Tele jchaK.. IIes L'04 Guaranty Life This notice shall be published 1 land file tb. original In the off .e !
Court IBI.Iu. ., once each week the Clerk ,)f the Circuit C. .-
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Ja'k"nIll. 2.. Flonda. four
lesentatives are President C. C. teachers for their fine coopera- important meeting for or- 'liy: Marion I. Cros-by. Deputy Clerk Dated this 16th day of October', !I.\It)" .. ut i'lf. -iO124t-- 11 COTICK I five week In the Bradford constcnj County j i|i,or In fi.. t ... :2: Jt> N

Anderson Principal E. Thompkins I tion in this community project. ganization was held at Allen Cha- I 10/19 4t 119MlTICn 1956.tUFFICIAL. > --- Telegraph. i iI |1956; otherwise the lIrb.1'!! :. :

and counselor F. S. Pierce. The Ozora Shell, coordinator. pel A.M.E. Church Tuesday night. I .tPPE.tll [ Charles A. SEAT.Darby), I > TO APPEAR I >.ited th.i ,I.Iof O I. J q,-,; i'confessed said Complaint by you.will be ak HI

principals and supervisor have U at croak School News The pastor left Wednesday forGreenville In Circuit,,Florida('flarf In Chancerr.. llratlfurd Couatf, Clerk of the Circuit Court I la Circuit Court. liradford County, I (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of) the Charles Circuit A. Darby Court This notice shall t.it pu:>:' -' 1
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Iy Marion L. Crosby! Florida In Chancery.Evelyn each '
| Iieputy ('lerk10.Is once week for four '
just returned from the 26th an- The principal students and patrons where he will rest Barbara Ann Willis. 1'laintiff v'. H 11 9 I AnViiliams.. Plain!.ff. \s. l By, Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk live weeks In the Bradford Co*in'.-

nual Principals and Supervisors invite you to attend their I with relatives until Saturday be- Victor Willis-, Defendant.Case :.'\0. 10-1S3S I I CharlesV.. \\ illiam. Defendant: Ii I I 18 'i: 4t i,2:: Dale C!. s d.iv ,' ii .
Beach, I I I .NOTICi: TO j Case No. 1U-1S37 i (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Parbv
Conference in Daytona Jamboree on ,"ull.-. Tu .'pp..ur'wl..r AI'I'K.Ul
Halloween the
fore
annual first Sunday. Regular
In Police To Appear I
Tlrrult ( ''urf, Ilradfurd .NOTICK TO \ppl:\It Clerk of the Circuitirt
Oct. 1S-19. They report a very Tuesday, Oct. 30. Refreshmentswill services were held last Sunday To:address\ Willis is: I'nknown., whose residenceand Florida i In (,banr..r,.. County. !'I To: Chares W. Williams, whose i'In (Ircuit Court, liradford County By Marian !I.. Ci .. .\ : -.:'..' .

successful meeting. be on sale at the school with Mrs. Thomas in charge of for You are' hereby notified that a suit I Margaret Donald Hopper.Hopper.Defendant.Plaint Iff. \*. \,"I and residence whose is mailing Columbus address Ceorgia.is: P.O. I|I Edna rioriilu May: In Stewart Chancery.Plaintiff: vs.Irs ,I _t. 0- .

Momentary: Carnival from 12 noon until 9 p. m. The League at 6:15. Ininrhildr.'n dixoroe. custody and support of Case No. 10-1S4I:! Box 1>Williams: lload, Colum- in Fa>e Stewait. Deli ndant. NOTICE TO APPEtnIB
of I has been filediRiin.st lire !but, Oa.I I Circuit ('ourt. liradford ,
The elementary department money will be used to purchasesome : you m the above nam..dI' To AppearTo I To .c-e Xu. 1I.1S46uII.e Florida: In Chanrrry. ( 'unt1

RJE will sponsor their annual additional furnishings for I ''.irt and cause and you are required and Donald Hopper, whose resdence |- ''I i "You 1I.t for are divorce hereby notified' "ro'. ia tbat,iudy a ] To irvin Appear f.ic StC5.tt. x\liose Edna Sir.monPlaintiff. s ',' -

carnival at RJE on Wednesday. the lunch room. Prizes will be : "nr to plcadiiiK serve a copy to complaint of your answer ;Newport uddrtss, Oregon.i-. 4y\ j;. Jlyv.ay |I and ",lItrl.1 of minor child 11.1'1 known ir-.d> !ice .n.d i ,...jlr"si ham Ea-i Sinur.o- :>. f, r.Vullce .,-. -

Oct. 31, in the school cafetorium.A awarded to the girl and boy who il Ii>. Plaintiffs Attorney i:. K. Perry on You are hereby notified that a :has been named filed Court against and you in meabove I j C,.,..1";j24;rado.We.-t ll'th Stre.-t., iMiver, I : To AppearTo .i-i. a- :
Malloween litI n. Staike. Florida and file the suit for divorce, rare custody I cause god : Win: :: !-:..' : s. ... .
combined programwill You are hereby notified that a .L -
can do the best impersonationone t' ''i.>: -ii.,! in the office of the Clerk and control <,f minor bud 'you are required to serve a copy of I I last kn \\ II rcl, d I
suit fur duone. ai.d v .1
feature of the habeen flit your answer or pleading to the custody "iiIC -
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be the of the other. Good musicplenty tjcircuit 'ourt on or before againstou in thf- ,complaint the Plaintiffs "! of minor. children l12"? .\tnl'"t: ; ."-, _
) tli- 1 K'tli: day above named Court and on I .
November
i 1956 cause and
will present side New York.
class :
Each been filed
has against In the
evening. of fun and entertainmentMrs. .otherwise j the jou are required to serve I, Attoiney H. C. Baldwin, P. Olx you
allegations a '
several numbers on the program.The I Maybelle E. Roberts, prin- 1 p'oiuplaint" will be taken as of i said.,n- your answer or pleading to the copy complaint of-]' : Ic I, <;aiics\ille! Florida. above named Court and cause and I j i suit You for are di hereby\or notified: t'-. 1: a
[and file the original in the office I II and you are required to serve a
is cordially = OUR) SOIL OUR STRENGTH 5 l I. v td by you. on the Plaintiffs Attorney]
general public i I cipal. I| Tiu, notice shall be published A. J. Thomas Jr., 20-2ft:: Tein- ''at the Clerk of the Circuit Court oa copy of your answer or pleading to I thai been filed against you l-i 1'16
invited to attend. Mrs. M. L. Paul I 1 .-ii- .' eat li Week for four consecutiveW."Ks pie Ave Starke. Florida I or before the the complaint on the Plaintiffs I I above named Court and cause and
Mrs. A. G. Moffett, llullouet-n Tarty Soil Conservation | III the Bradford County Tele- and file the original In the office of I I 12 day of Not n"r:} I!?;,;; Attorney un;ie< :. &C:.Jreen.akc: you are required to ser a
Coordinator Thurston Elementary will hold sr.iili. the Clerk of the Circuit CO'Jrt on or I otherwise the allegations of laId Florida.and |copy of your answer or pleading; to
reporter. their annual on Monday I NEWSBy I'ated this 16th day of October before the i iJ Complaint will be taken as confessed file the original |a. the office of the complaint on tile rlajn'-ffs. .
party
19i6. J 12: day of ;November. 19D6; by you. the Clerk of the Circuft Court on or A'tortiix Kit.-hcn! \ "t.;,
Shut-Ins Oct. 29, at the school startingat \OFFICIAL SEAL) otherwise the allegations of said This notice ehall be publishedonce before the U ..I.I"f :'10"1.'-,';- rrofuinal Hi Id.' j;. J. -
According to a tepoi from Mrs. 7 Plenty of refreshmentswill Bill Haas Charles A. Darby, Complaint will be taken as con- each week for four consecutive otherwise the allegations of said I v ili-i :, Florida
p. m. Clerk fessed by you. weeks In the Bradford County Tele-!' : Complaint will be taken as confessed ;and file the original In t-. r.'f. !
Eli Graham Sr., her sister-in-law, be on sale. Prizes will be Soil Conservation Ser Ice By Marion L. of the Circuit Court. This notice shall< be publishedonce Dared this: S day of October 196.: by you. |Ithe Clerk of the Circuit Court r-n orbefore
is improving Crosby Iteputy Clerk (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I the S day of 1\\ "-,,
) thel Jeanette Williams to the tackiest who 10,19 4t each week for four consecutive This notice shall be published once
given person 11.9 weeks in the L"radford County Tele Clerk {.f the Circuit i I'u rt.'each week for four consecutive otherwise the allegations o! said!
nicely. She can be reached mask. If want an ,I Maiian: 1.. Complaint will be .
comes in you graph. l'.y Cn.iby. Deputy Clerk I weeks In the Bradford County Tele- taken as c. .e-s-
by mail as follows: R. F. D. evening of fun come to Lincoln to BradfordSoil :\p'rln .,pl'laUIn Dated this 10 day r.f 01'1. 96.. I 10/12: 4t 11.2 1 i graph. ed by you.
made
Fla. She A visit was Circuit Court llmaford ("uuuy (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charlei A. Darby Dated this 10 ,bnf Oct 1936. This notice shall< be publlshel: once.
3, Box 235, Gainesville. City and visit our school party. Conservation District by J. 1'lorldn In ('haner.Margaret ). Clerk of the Circuit Court MVTICITO APPF.AH I (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby. each week for four crnsec;)!:\e
is asking your prayers that she We regret the passing of the Woodland Conservationist Frances Sanfrancisco. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I In Circuit Court Ilradfurd Count Clerk of the Circuit Court. weeks in the Bradford County Tele:
Case, Plaintiff. v.q. Kosario .
to M. Anthony San I Florida Chancery.John graph.
will soon recover and return uncle of our teacher Mrs. Doro- from Spartanburg. S. C., francisco D(felldall I. In Circuit Court, liradford Count-' E. Murphy, PI, iDliff. si. Dorothy -! By Marian L. Crosby Deputy 10, 12 4t Clerk 12.2 Dated this :3 day of Oct.-! -5.

Starke. thy Jackson who has been out of Helms, State Soil Conservationist Ca'e No.' 1O.lc3; c Florida; la ('bant'"r,. 'I -\. Murphy, Defendant.Case I (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby.
and H. B. Nnlli-p To 'pp..arnthnll II
Sam
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Import Cards to l'arentsParents school for several days. She is from Gainesville. A To: A }' It..viri.. San f ran. iuhuse j".-., ]lii." ., ilutl.i.u, l.iziara.I'laintiff.I'efenilan: '." NolIce To Appear. No. 10-1543 la Circuit MlTICE('ourl TO. Bradford APPEAR Couriy.Florida '.Oy Marian Clerk I* Crosby.of the Circuit Deputy Cur Clerk

are asked to check the also PTA reporter for the school. review of the woodland conser- rt-sidt nee and address i' : I Cu-e No. 1'1-I s3 I T", I '-i ,,' r A. Iurl.hyhoe IB Chancery- I ii ; 4' .;

report card that children will We are inviting all patrons to _..': ,n""l'ti..p; weie made and 1
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bring home this week. Please do I please support this party. Mrs.S. special woodland problems dis

not sign it until you have readit C. R. Price, principal. I cussed. Controlled or prescribed !

carefully. We plan to insert Church NVusWomen burning can be defined as the .

t-ome additional information in of the Church and community intellegent use of fire in the woodsto "You can still win

the next report card that may be were featured in servicesat accomplish rough reproduction ,

of more value to you in knowing 1' Xew Bethel Baptist Church seed bed preparation, improving ,

the social growth and development last Sunday. Mrs. Little servedas habitats for wild-life lessen chan-

of the child in school. Write acting pastor for the day, ces of fences being destroyed an' friends Gulf's gala

any remarks on the card you while Mrs. Alma Jenkins was financial preparation of planting sites. '

wish to make. I chairman. The morning Some of the things suggestedto I II r6 _

Interne From IJrtlmme-Oiokiiian address was by Mrs. I. C. Jelson before starting to burn:

On Monday. Oct. 29, Miss Mildred I]I and the evening message by Mrs I notify do adjoining land owners, obtain 'Life of R5ley' Cones

Williams will begin her M. K Roberts. The chairman weather information, have

practice teaching at RJE high Mother Sophia Royal wishes to fire breaks plowed, and have necessary -

.school under the direction of thank all participants and those tools and equipment on

Principal E. Thompkins, with Mrs.F. who made contributions financially hand to put out fires. cHoses Ocaolbelf au" r "

S. Pierce serving as critic for this huge success. Many all conservatiOn -
the over
of
-arher in mathematics, and supervisor thanks to all captains for their As part the Soil Con- i

Shell cooperating. Miss I wonderful reports. Total collec- I program concerned ;
ervice is deeply .. ;z
Williams is a former student of I tions were J377.C3 for the day. servation the Small WoodlandOwners. : 'i f !rr.': --0' ". _
about [
his county having attended : ophia Royal, chairman Joan ..-. -. ... ..
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favorite -0:>- : "'
Hrooker Elementary. Her Jenkins, reporter.The '<.1.--";.." too-... -,.;... -- j I -
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ubjects are mathematics and'I morning message at Greater -Menzen, Paul '--..-< .....: "-.s... .. -- J.... '......',_'. ... \\" I. \ j t4 i
Paul
science. She should! te an asset j Antioch Baptist Church was J. C. Sapp, ;.! A "''-':' ';f ":, :
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!ft the school for at least nine brought by Rev. C. II. Murphey. Parker Guy Harrington. Jr. l d',"_ . .... ......, .. ". .!! :.... .N"if -. 4SrsMi \

weeks. We hope we can help her. Bible School was held at the Mcliae. and J. V. Edwards .,........ '" .)'i, t"1", .'.. -- : I r S ?Le

she is the sister of Deacon and home of Bro. and Sister Wil have had soil and capability maps ,. : '\it.:. .. 1..5\'j: -

Mrs. J. C. Carl well of Starke. liams. Evening message was delivered prepared for their farms. iq !.' !.;z- -__.:..',( /I"' II' -': ,, .. f"t
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Educational: Trill by Rev. Daniels. Our sick r !; 611-<'f-.o--. .nTIif'1 1-l't! ;. .I I \

The special education classes list included Sister Maggie Mur- E. A. Sapp. K. C. Holtzendorf. -- ,. 1r' }\...

taught by Mrs. I. C. Jelson and I phey, who recently returned from and J- E. Jones used the DistriCt'Sgrain .. :: '\ ) ; .

E. Givens will an educational drill to plant winter pas .
sponsor Eradforj County Hospital and and ctii: WILLIAM BENDIX, Mar of"The Life of Riley" ( f :
trip on Friday, Nov. 2.1 Sister L. Brown, who was in a ture. Oats, Coastal'heat "O TV show.
.and'ourro.11
Ri-.tera! playground.W'N. I'
to the Jacksonville Zoo. This is i Jacksonville hospital. Both are rye were the three types of pas- .

the second time this class has I still shut in, but on the mend. tures planted.I .

made the trip and the objective The pastor, Rev. George Lee, invites -

is follow-up to see how much they I all who are in search of a stopped by to see Aubrey 0I
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have learned and can remember church home to join US.- Deacon Moore the other day. He is get-

about the animals. A small fee J. C. Caihvell, leporter. ting ready to start making syrup [

will be charged to take care of Annual Women's Day obser- again. He stated that his cane

the expense of the bus and driver. vance will be held at Mt. Moriah looks good and that he
crop
Parents are invited to accompany I! :Methodist Church on Sunday, Oct. .should be able to make some good

their children on this field trip if 2S, starting with Sunday Schoolat '

they wish. 10 a. in. Guest teachers will syrup. 30 "
FABULOUS DA$200ADAYTOSPENO
Comity I'air serve from various churches. Mrs. Foster Shi Smith and Bill Haas

All citizens are urged to visit W. Brooks S. S. Supt., will also represented Bradford County at

the exhibit building of the Fair have charge of the morning wor- the Governor's Citizens Confer-

and see the things that your ship, which will feature the youthof Conservation in
ence on
children have on display. More the church and community. Tanaha..o-I -,.
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see. This conference ..1 -
I than 100 articles have been placed 3:30 p. m. Sister Ida Smith, presi- plain the over-all conservation

program for the State.YOU'LL
log akin. You must see charge. Guest speaker will be

some of th. wonderful things I Frances Jenkins an elementary r via a luxurious PANAUEIUGIN Super 7 Clipper 8 oo

vour ctulilivii have made. Thurs- teacher at RJE. :Mrs. L1: Royal. J, LOVK the new F.ster-: o NEXT fa NEW CITROEN SPORTS SEDANS 0

i trunk pursp-M/p fountain pens iiJ Fly direct to Nice, France, in 20 two. You enjoy scores of exciting o o 4 TOP Lii The revolal.jnar> Dal II\h) til ROLN of I ranee-safer, smoother, o o

:: SA at Brar" hours via the world's' I PRIZES liisl\tiih juiomaiic air-oil suspension
motf
That's Our Business J pa'tel "h"I1".Onl $ experiholidavadenturesithS2OOada\ o o

a LASS ford County Telegraph. enced airline. Lie in a Riviera tospendYourownlimousinewhlrb! 0 0

If It's Glass We Have It! I sion for four fabulous weeks. Reign \ou through a gay round of gala 0 / 0

4 1 CALL WHITE or VISIT ::1 I i MUM: 10 ( 111111: on'. in a royal home, with all modern events in nearby Nice, Cannes and o o
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:'I .u alll'l tin- i-tatf! (of l.rncstl.nwood comemenccs. otherRitkraiagrounds.
I Joe Peters Glass Co. riilluin. de-eased. an'"I" o o
; 6 n-l.y n-tided! and required to file Sonant staff luxury furnishings, A world of pleasure awaits you. o l :\ o
of the
I'b' "II'111"i hums Judise In of the hiradfird.la. office County, glamorous patio, private swimming Golden beaches, festive occasions, 0 t. 1 o
; FOR ANY GLASS NEED
FI,,' in the County Court House and boating facilities. all this and 0 o
I within eight dazzling scenery sports, pleas
We Design Modern Store Fronts at Iark. Florida o o

j Just Mail Us A Pattern for :1 Ithr-.ilt-iidar lust: publication months from of the this date notice of ore..allou slnastunnmg'Ct- ure.rcgalrcla\ation.ouli\cthe o and a Gulf .ther o

Table TODS ':''or. "'1111\l I h.,' same law.will This hpl'urn."o October l1 arto IS.- ting It's!; on a the once-in-a-lifetime Mediterranean!trip for life ofRilc month J, for! a magniliccnt,memorable o o galaxy r ofI lID' ga I a gRn ad EI o o

1313: N.4th P1 Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 i il'O''.
NOX1E. :' J,. rCLlA'MKxecutrix o o
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0 Simple to enter-Easy to win! o r 1 o

NO DOWN% PAYMENT REQUIREDA it I. soI.L' 'I' i 4 I \ o Just this .' Cuff Nf-tict ii the gasoline/ o
le. Enter
WIIKUKAS Chapter I 2Z. F>-A. complete JIO as 8 .
,. Thou. famous (aUSf it buns u dean / 0
authorizes the establishment of ft''ntrl often as you wish. Ahtentries must -- -
units in the several counties | till if at Gulf and ft* will 0 0
be on official Contest Entry Blanks, see. Revolutionary TAPPAN UMACNAVOXCoIorTVSets. 10 HICGINS. Inc. of New
Florida, and i
of 0
CHANCE TO PAY AS YOU ENJOYAN f WIIKUKAS.the State said Chapter requires', Ith. whichcontaincompletecontest o Electronic ranges cook at Featuring Hi-Fidelity Color Orleans 14-foot deluxe out

..! a referendum I>e held on i j jwlnther ______________ O o amazing speed without heat. and Sound. board runabouts and trailers. o
of said 0 Get yours free at any Gulf station. "" o
or not the tt-rms tttaAr .-'urlar -&rjh.eit. .,:h MS.,") -. o
jlawhall I 10.. ratified and ,| Contest closes midmsht Oct. 31.I 0
EXTRA ROOM. CARPORT NEW BATH. Including 0 eo i
: WIIKUKAS. the ownt-rs (>f a m.ij j \\ s .
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Fixtures. NEW ROOF, SEPTIC TANK. TANK & j"! ;t V of the privately('. uwiu-il Kl-.nd.it}a.-n--i 1 o I i rs' '.-. o
lir.idfi.rd: .lInly. _; o
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WATER SYSTEM ANY REPAIRS AND REMODELING h..\.' prlitioned this Hoard of Clean-burning No-Nox gives 0 II 1 ,.. 0
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I',.'JIIy .'..mml.lon..r to hold sui han I' you o
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LABOR AND MATERIALS O "
ci't!In, andWIIKUKAS. o MIiI o
a General Election | 0 many more miles of new-car power! : o o
Call Us Drop A Card No Obligation I will: I.held in liradford ,',.unn.
or o
F"I 111\ on :November S, I'--1', and j S HINTS TO HELP YOU WIN! .
I WIIKUKAS.I : all requiiements i-f 8 18 1957 FRIGIDAIRE Laundry 18 Magnificent MACHAVOX 50 BROWNING Shotguns. o
law ha\e I..-romplird with :n i.rdrrnilu Pairs. "For the savingest Hi-Fidelity RadioPhonoDouble Automatic LIght0
MONTHLY PAYMENTS $ 4V5S i, '." ,- I Mirh referendum a s n- 1. No-Noxburnscleanbec.iuseGuf! 3. No-Nox protects 'our engine, 0 "
e washdays ever. graphs-4 multiple speakers. weight models uith cases.
12:.. KS\. ami 'I refines the "dirt tailend" thou0 o
$300.00.36 !i.iuir.-d bv Chapter 'unt\.1 out >-burning keepi ne \-car power inlatt for 0
I \\ 111':1:1thp I'o.ird of C..unt\.1" I found m ordinary gasoline. sands of extra miles. e 0 0
t", mim.-Moners of Bradford _1'0<
''Kl-id.t, d.-irmg to Bie public 0 2. No-Nox combats > > a o 'f' c 67MontagueOceanCityFishingScts.I 0 I
formation of 4.
Gulf :00-:00'
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( 11 a highoctanegasolinegives .;
I deluxe outfits.oooooooooooooooooooooooo .
36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $4 .17 nit.. <> of Mii-h rcftr.nduiiiI' to-n' o Complete fishing o
I II carbon deposits which "shrink"! 0 '
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$600 p! -r thereto. now. therefore. en more mile per gallon e r !:" '"
I |It:i: IT UKSOI.VKD.: by the R-ard | gine power. in hort-inp Jn.irg 0 -7.j 0
; "funty ('"intnisi. nr- of o o t
fi-d (.tinty. Florida that :;Hr..I-1 .
FREE Estimate and Information i ;. n. ral Kleotion to be .. on 00 0
\:. \. ml.er 6 1'the question "fiwlu'liT eoes eessoseeoeoeeseioeoe 0000GET >
IVadford County. Florida
-haI! e-t.ilii-h! a fire control unit I
Store II rs.: 7:30 AM: to t.- put t.> the electors of said
i 'i'v, :n the manner folowmg.
5:30 P.M. 1\Ion.\ thru Fri. t:1':

I Close F t :.1 county fire control unit FREE ENTRY BLANKS
1 \tf.nn.1 i-oiintv fire control unit I
..I: 1 IT FI'ITIIF.H I 1F.i'\IXE
.. ,. tifaid referendum be.i

-. '-.i: r :t nth.>\ o publicationprior. rrad-'frd, Tele- FROM YOUR GULF DEALER

S i "' ':'. t"-wit oil iktubrrv. 1
.,' .j i .', '.)"fr '" 1936.
!1..i !< > .\. I'.rt.v. Clerk
10 19 2t 10 26nTiruTo -where you get that clean-burning No-Nox! <<

\ 'vru:
In Circuit ('..urt. Itradferd County.KluriJa .
FOU CASH SALES: ONLY : In. ('hanr.rI ,. \
> \ 1 1-iaizu.ff.; Xs Petty -
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STARKE BUILDERS SUPPUES Vi.tl.-e To .'ppe.rs Case No. 10-1S6I: F. REGISTER & S SON
T \l'-y I.-.. -'-r. wh'residence! ... DISTRIBUTORS j
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M! iJ T.r.Ky, Itr 'kyn: \
3- PHONE 333 or 45ITT7 Yf.

Y J are hfrer.y 'notifita! that a PHONE 155
= : '. r d'r. t.- l.a< bt-.n flf: J i STARKE, FLA.
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j OCTOBEK 26, 1956 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE THREJ

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i rrrrrrVVVVVy.rrn.r..rr, 1 I and Mrs. Merle Collins of Gaines-I and relatives in North and South and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Norman 1 i with his mother, Mrs. F. E. Seig- !j t covery. ''list, Your Propertyith Mr. 1
all of and Mr. and ler. Panama City and also attended The Intermediate
,, ille; Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy Carolina.Mr. Jacksonville in Training THE RIGHT POINT for the lIne: UujerMailing If The Pru.
HAMPTON and family, Mrs. Odell Warren I and Mrs. E L. Kelly and Mrs. Vaughn Prescott of Lawteywere the Homecoming festivi- : Union sponsored a hay tide last N :
Mrs. G. W. Hinson and Willie daughter Helen, of New River i weekend visitors at the L. ties at FSTJ in Tallahassee. Saturday night.Mr. loll write. force in and Rightuay
Mae Denton of Starke. i visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs M. Norman home. The State Farm Community Adkins and children recently ceWALL REALTYle
I By Mrs. D. E. llln&ALAAALA411UUk4LAAAAA1 I, Mr. and Mrs. Daley of Santa J. G. Adkins* Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johns ar Club will! have its annual Hal- visited at the State Farm with jour favorite I>T.'I'I mOk RF.MVTKKKH: mOIu:1tI'ountan
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Cruz, Calif., are spending a few Ii Mr. and Mrs. Glenn McIntosh the proud parents of a daughterborn i loween Carnival on Saturday, Oct N W Dowdy who is moveiing Box 4G6 l'h"IWliI J
{ days in Hampton with the L. A. visited Sunday in Daytona Beach Oct. 17 in the Navy hospital. 2", at 7 o'clock in the CommunityClub from Pen. TELEUKAPH. M7 X. Walnut !Stark,'
\\>U' IIa, .Mission Program and brought Mr. Mclntosh's of the an opeiatumIfr
Hall's. Before her marriage Mrs. Johns house. All members
"Sowing Beside All Waters," a I| who has been sta- mother, Mrs. Rosa McIntosh have their
.| J. J: Batten, was Miss Louise Wilkinson.Mrs. club are reminded to St .
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program on BaptistVomen's tioned in California with the U. I back to Hampton for a visit. Richard is back items for the fish pond at the
I work in missions throughout the I II I! S. Navy, visiting in Hamptonwith Recent guests of the L. A. [ home after spending Mosely some time in ,| club house by Saturday afternoonMr. GAY'SHome
t world, was the program topic for his father, Charles Batten. r Wynns on Hampton Lake were I Ii the Bradford and Mrs. M. J. Collins had FEW DAYS.
County
Hospital. WAIT A .
the meeting of Hampton Baptist Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wigginsand Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Meyer of UelI hear that as a guest last week their grandson
i i Sorry to Mrs. Pun is j i
WMU Thursday evening, Oct. 18, attended a Island. J AppliancesYour
Joe
Wiggins more Long Don Terry of Jacksonville.
at the home of Mrs. D. E. Hill. in I Mrs.V.. H Banvick Brown is back in the hospital at AHEAD !
j Macclenny
dinner Mr. and YEARS
birthday I 81:11: t ke."T""T".TT""TT""TT". I I Mrs R V Turner and MrsJ. BE 3
, Fourteen were present for the] Sunday for Mr. Wiggin' sister. have sold their home here andmoved Friendly
L Anderson of Staike
I I spentlast
I business meeting and program, i|I Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. Home left to High springs.11'. and j
with ill
Thursday Gainesville it
presented by Mrs. Charles Hicks. I j in Norge DealerS Octolcr 30 you'll see a car so paired w
Tuesday of this week for a visit Mrs. B. L. Barnes and family i '' On
Irs Miss Mamie
During the business meeting, :\lrs.1|! with relatives in Charleston and have moved into the Eanvu I 1 Turners aunt. male so-called "new" cars seem three' out of

Dick Hinson and Mrs. Hamp Jones'''Keetesville! S.; C. house. I STATE FARM ;:I Alachua Anderson General, who is Hospital a patient in XOJ5GE AI'PIJCES date. On October 30 you'll see ears-ahead feature

I were appointed to assist Mrs. J'i j i Mrs. Nora Layfield visited for Mr. and Mrs. B B. Eil.nd ale I )1.\\'T.\fi W.11I:1: like Torsion-Aire Ride Flight Sweep String, Total
\V. Horne on the community mis several days this week in Clear- occupying the Hardy house vacated By Janet Turner 301" Y-8 Oi
fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTNORTH' ' ' Brakes a Fury
)I Contact e.y..e.
sions ommittee. I('I water with her daughter Mrs by the Barnes family. The F. i; 1'hone 133JIAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA rOLKMAX HEVTEKS and leap -.ears
served I I October 30 you'll see one car
Refreshments were by I|i moved into '
have
C.
H. Jemigan. P. Lott family
TOOK 1TRXACES: di ire
aIl
Mrs. Hill and Mrs. C. L. Cooper. i' SIDE of the !"u' ; field when'1'U'l' ('
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Norman I the Eiland house, and the J. L ahead jin.f
Hostesses for the November l' moved last week from the brick Peoples family into the Lott Mr:: and Mrs. C. A. Allwood We Sen ice All Makes
meeting will be Mrs. Otto Hicks building on main street in Hampton I] house. had as weekend guests his par- I'.y Mrs. (arl BrownIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Of Appliances
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and Mrs. Charles Hicks. j jKip I to Starke. I Mr and :Mrs L. A. W\nn visit- ents. Mr and Mrs. C. J. Allwood, PLYMOUTHi .

"UolUowe'rnftf'rnoon Van Winkle" Here I Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Starr and ed the J. p. Hazens in Oi ala last !I his uncle Ed Atwood and aunt. ) Phone 10

son Pat of Gainesville! were guests Sunday.HIGHLAND. Mrs. Etha Gorton, all of Jack- i The regular monthlv fellowship
Next Wednesday afternoon at I Starke, Florida
Sunday of Mrs. O. M. Perkins, sonville. meeting scheduled for Friday i
2 m. is the stage play "p p I i
p.
Van Winkle" at Hampton Elementary 'I I i and they all attended the homecoming 1 I."v"' Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace ; Ott 26, will be postponed until
School auditorium for II at Grace Methodist Church spent Sunday in Jacksonville: with i, Friday. OEveryone: IN mivitej -
I j in Lawtey. I Mrs. Isabel Edwards Miss I to attend.
school children those of pre. I I and
and their 'i Mr andIrs.. Lester Slade.i Joan Mymhan.Friends i, Mr and Mrs. Paul Bennett and
school age, parents. : BOT T LED hAS SERVICECOMPLETE
; The 4.Vminute "all comedy" i I :\ andll's.. Marvin Faile and Ily Mr*. Lucy Nonniin of W. N. North will be i daughters of La\tey and :Mi FLAME"
and Miss Martha Car- I interested and Mrs. Harry Taylor and grandchildren
play] will be followed by a school I daughters to know that he is in
,I Hallowe'en party for all who at- ol Lane drove to Jacksonville! toll)f<&lll &llul/llLlllU Baptist Memorial Hospital in Middleburg wete Satuiday BOTTLED GAS; SERVICE FOR
tend the performance. Admissionis Sunday afternoon for services at Lacy Norman was honored Jacksonville for Observation.Mr. guests of the G. L. Sapps

10 cents for school and preschool : a mission church. with a surprise birthday supper and Mrs. U. W. Brannenhad Jeand Mrs. E. C. Harvey COMMERCIAL -- HOME OR FARM USESEE
children and 25 rents for Mr. and Mrs. A.\1. Bryantand ': given by the family on Oct. 19 as weekend guests her brother and family were Sunday dinner
adults sons attended the homecom- I! Enjoying this occasion with him Perry Gainey of San Antonio, I guests of11'. and Mis .Iohhn.Cowait. \' 'I
A six-inch "Davy Crockett" gun, ing of the Moss Pond School Sun- were :Mr. and! Mis. II C. Crif- Texas. I S BEFORE YOU BUY

,, more than 100 years old, is to day at Bethel Church, Lake City. I I! fis and Belt Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mr. and Mrs W. G. Stringfellow -I I Mr. and Mrs. Reese Stottisit, DIXIE GAS RANGE AS LOW AS. $89.95
be used as one of the props in I Mr. Bryant was a former student Griffis and Gerald, all of Law- had as gue Wednesday ed her mother in Kernandiii.i Lust
the play. Mr. and Mrs. John I.. at the school, which has been Ile)., Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thump-I of last week their son-in-law and | Sunday. 20 GAL. GAS WATER HEATER AS LOW AS $89.95

Parsons presents the play, taken torn down several years ago. I sun and Teresa Rowe, :\ daughter11'. and Mis. George I Mis Dora Clark was a lIndaI \" APPLIANCES OF ALL KINDS
from the well-known story by Their son, Al Bryant, stationedin !! MIS. Howard Thompson, Mr. and ; Manassa of Green Cove Springs dinner guest of Mr and: Mi.sHanv

Washington Irving.; Proceeds will Jacksonville with the U. SNavy ''Mrs. .\sure Johns and children. Mike Seller .spent Saturday I,I Pinkston of the St.itc HARRY C. ELROD .FURNITURE COMPANY
be used to benefit the children of spent the weekend in Maigie and Ann Rosier, all of ,II and Sunday with his grandparents.Mr. -' mi.

the school.N'euljuotK. I Hampton with his parents.The I Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. K. E and Mis Bryan Whittield. atCamp'il i Snn\ to lepmt that C'ai i Ihtn 21 S Temple .ht' Phone 4.,
c 1 kit Here faculty and student bodyof I Sapp and children of Green Cove I ('. I C'latk was bitten b\ a ground
Lowest Prices Easiest TermsA
I Mr and Mis. P.eit Hinson Jr Hampton Elementary School '! Springs11'. and Mrs. L. M. Nor'man '![ C. M Seigler spent lat wet-k ittlei We lush her apee'l le- !
of Panama City spent last weekend -," wish to express their sympathyto '! and children, Zettie Padgett. -
in Hampton with his parents '' Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hall on and Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Norman '! -

Mr and Mrs. Bert llinson. the tragic death of their son last land son Larry. The big bnthdnI !: '

The couple were married September week. The three oldest children I!cake was cut by :Mr Norman: and a; @ .
11. and I Mrs. Hinson is the of the family were former pupilsat served with ice cieam. He ic y
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former Juy<'1' Haynes of Louisiana. this school. ceivetl many nice gifts. <

Visiting Sunday with the i Mr. and Mrs. L A, Wynn of Mr. and Mrs. Burton runitlii-'s
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llmims and t.. congratulate: the Hampton Like have returned! of Jacksonville, and Mi-. Kathleen r .
neu lvv.edvetr :MrE's.e' 11.111' ft i m a weiKSii.t: \\Ith filendsALVAREZ' Norman and rhil,lien 1.1Lawtov wt ,.:1 .: ab'' a t V rM '0y 'a ( '' C :
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visited the Ruth Mire 0. r 1 ,r 2roa'FQ"
."' t f iniih last Sunday.
I I i: Mi :and Mis Andrew Clews nt 1
III STORE SSSSS I I!i h I i II the State Farm'islll'd Mis.Miss M tigie '

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('d :at our church Sunday mill, nm' !.:
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WE CONTRACT FOR i I ot Jacksonville preaiheil here:

this Wednesday. He is a v iiing;
I ALL TYPES OF BUILDING pica i her, just starting out, and l


REPAIRS -BUSINESS REMODELING AND RESIDENTIAL- JALOUSIE PORCHES we We wish enjoyed him well.the fish :Mippei t 'y.=<<". ...", v' ;r "" """, ...,,..,.'.>."1
at the church here lastVednes- r ?n.n'rYVwkTiYI

FREE ESTIMATES ciay. Rev. Paul McCiillough <.r! \ !:
Gainesville was the revival .speik .i
er last week.L I i. :,
W. L. THIGPEN JR. i
M. Norman has gone back to
work after being under tieatmentas -1

Phone 297-J Starke, Fla. the result of a back injtini i: ........ or;: .....J
Route 2, Box 2I3D '
i! while picking up a heavy load I
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1 in features and advances, so rewarding in beauty and performance? rubber-mounted suspension s'stem-Dodge Torsion-Aire-

How do you explain its newness when everything about it is new? that features race car torsion-bars. You ride in a "Realm of

'j Silence," isolated from vibration, noise and road shock.
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'Not intentionally, of courser Hiil remember, that steps you into the wonderful world of Autodynamics. It is swcpt-tlng mastery of motion in a sleek low-slung beaufy

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wonderful world of
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Here's what it does in the Swcpt-11 ing Dodge: this new Swept-WIng Dodge. See and drive it today now at
Do all you can foPrevent, , : your Dodge dealer's!
I S It unleashes hurricane 01 power from a thundering new :air It

craft-type Super Red Ram V-8 engine that's a spitfire action!

l Forest! kircs // lames a tornado of torque with :a new TorqueFlitc Push. 0 N DISPLAY I TODAY I

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i:,.\ I \I. Sliukland: I will d.,.'- 1 I J;\

i ,,.I's'<;agt' at the Clay I\..' FOOTBALL CAME
J.l "' -: Church nn his 7;th biilh
,: 'ru,-sitar.! Oil :30. at 7 ':.n 1 t .: v
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I .t teview of his life as :a

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::11' 11I."age
lit'v T. M. Knight will be out

.J fMngei:: next Saturday night I-4 ,.
IV with us at 7:30 for singing 11''I{, I I
1" .1! t.. hear this message. RvHi.imh : :h
filled his appointment last I VS.
Iii TORNADOES E S
PERRY
> .t unity! night. VII
:Melvin Watson conducted OUI'I)
;.i i\ui meeting at Clay 11111 I
11..,IIl"sJ.y evening and gave am I I.1l'llInng -
talk. Our Sunday School ; lilt
r clay Hill has increased in numh. ,
.>: the last two 01 three Sundays. liii
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(p:'.\'finent.Mis. i
: Lillie Wilkinson had as !
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HIM guests last week her dough Friday 26
of Madison II
ana'r'I i Mis granddaughter.Waldrep Mrs. W '1: ,' d I
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;and Sidney Hams and Edith were I, p I
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day.Mr and the Mrs.birth Floyd of a Johns daughter announce ':t I BRADFORD PARK 8:00: P, M I'j: ;

un Wednesday, Oct. 17. I
Mis. Lillie Wilkinson hat tried toI i I 1 1'1
lot some time to get someone
rut borne old oak trees and get j I .II''.'"!

them out of her yard. They were, sod'I' .'.- -.-..-.-.- -._,-, ...----.-.-.--.- -..-..--..-.-.-..-.,-..-.'., ::;'
h"dldecayed and dangerous i: ADMISSION ':,- - -.r---.-.-.-.--.- -..-.-,_ _._ _.....V_._ _._.,_ i. '.: II 1 il
Yougan Padgett and sons went 'I : ;,. :\
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1 ll-t week and removed them for : Home Games "" ,
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her I : $1.00 High School Students 50c i. Out-Ol-Town Games ,

\itimi Well Hatcher we argued about so a much bad place with : I i Elementary School Students 25c : I i ,'

rL):. mil road, where the water runs i September 15 -- BHS 27 Macclenny 6 I September 21 -- BHS 0 Monticello I ;'
.11 i HIM it, that he finally put a : '
ciilveit in for us last Friday i'I '
rooming The recent heavy rains I Ih.ne 'I i: i 28 __ Open j I I

put all dirt roads in this I October 26 Perry . In Starke V I !1"1 I. "
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st-lion in'ety bad shape, and \, i October 12.. BHS 0 Palatka 7 j ''ii;:!
A i thin has had his hands more I :

than full trying to keep them i I t November 2 -- Seabreeze In Starke I October 19 -- BHS 27 DeLand 13 11:1':
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ifpaiied. We appreciate his 1'1>01'I, "
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elatIOn i ii i i November 21 -- Green Cove In Starke j November 9 -- KetterJinus 1 1j I I
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Mi. and Mrs. Wayne Douglas I IIDI I
Jatk5on'ilIe'isited Mr. and I
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I5estVi>hes to the Team Mow: 'Em )Down Tornadoes
:\It'1.. I* Johns Jr. last Sunday i Support the Tornadoes with your presence !I ri

Mr. and Mrs Erie Moody of I G. J. McGRIFF DOYLE E. CONNER GAY'S HOME APPLIANCES !iiil! I

I'alatka were weekend guests ofMr :Mercury & General Electric Insurance & Real Estate
and Sirs. Seeber Moody.Mis. Your Friendly) Norjje DealerMaag Ijll:1:
liana Wiggins had a delight '
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: ( : Appliances Coleman Heaters i'ii'
!ul surprise Wednesday night and
of last week when members of the Floor Furnaces 'iid1,' '
We sere ice all makes
New Miter Church and other '
mends surprised her with a party I Bring! ; Home the Bacon, l>'o\'>! Go; Get; 'Em. Tornadoes ;
in honor of her birthday. I :''i
Mrs Murhe Clews is enjoying a I'I KOCH DRUG STORE THE SUWANNEE STORE 1 1'I'
\'ISlt'Ith her son, Dobbie. in Ft"
Worth Texas this week. I CECIL )DOUGLAS; :Manager A Good; Team Like the Tornadoes !Iii, .'
Mr and Mrs. George Johns 1'1
)Desenes Your .
and children of Jacksonville visited Support ll d', ,
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their parents Mr. and Mrs 1'1' ,
Smith Johns, last Sunday.Sunday Compliments Of Western Auto Associate Store ;I';::':

guests of Mr. and Mrs STARKE HARDWARE CO. Everybody Out For Tonight's Game!
James I..a'ender1.11..' Mr and
Mis Delbert Green of Heilbronn SPOUTING; GOODS. Warren's Super Shell Station I !!
and Mrs. Iiene Green of Keystone "
Heights. I Best: Wishes: to the Team lii I!
Mr and Mrs. Ira Merntt and ,!
Mr and Mrs. Pete Sapp of Palat- ANDREWS MOTOR CO. ''I
ka were visiting with Mrs. Ida Best Wishes to the Team III
Merntt and Mrs. Xan Merritt Support the Tornadoes withour presence
tart Sunday evening.Joe ROBERTS JEWELRY Ib,
Dowling of High Springy HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. "lit I
was in this section on business I TOUR FRIENDLY; JEWELER ,
last Tuesday. I Support the Tornadoes with jour presenceB. !
Mi and Mrs Shelby Turner
and baty, and Gene Andrews of I T. THOMAS LUMBER CO. 'I''!

Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Compliments orT Compliments Of Ht'
Seeber: Doyle Andrews and J IUghtel' 'I!
Wildwood were Sunday C. HAZE, Jr. NEW METHOD CLEANERS ,.'
dinner guests of :Mr. and Mrs "of
Chester Andiews SINCLAIR OIL PRODUCTS ","i'I" '
Norman Wiggins visited Ir.an.1 Best Wishes From :il
Mrs. Floyd Wigins last Sunday Phone 121: Starke, Fla. ,
and attended chlrch at New- Beet Wishe to the TeamFAULKNER'S DENMARK FURNITURE Co! !!,

River SERVICE STATION p.
1st Lt and :Mrs. Rrvin Andrewsof

San Antonio Texas have en- Compliments Qf "
J".vetj a \\eek's'isit with their Iii

parl'nt11'. and :Mn Reddish STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES Uest.l Wishes Of '" ,
Andrews of \ev laver and Mr Best Wishes Team ;l
and Mrs Dave Paulk of Crosby GEM JEWELRY
Lake THE FARMERS SUPPLY r't:

Ja:\1'ksonville r. and )11 were S. Rlimie Sunday Johns guests of I We're Proud To He Tornado Hooster.s! The Ilou.e Of Fine Diamonds) WI'. .

"f their sister Mrs. Fron.e Moodv0ll LAWSON'S MARKET StarKe's Leading: \\eIer ''i:

> iol": UTIHIIION I lilt Onward Tornadoes! ''Ih
T\\ IIITIIlluuor : ::
Hill >... Istil'V'tiir Gib Brown's Service Station i
K : is hervl'v /Ri\rn that K t Compliments( Of "''I',
!.?ring!1'ruyntan.. ,'rtifii'att's the holder has of filed the said LIr. Come on out and hoot our team ,'!,I.,
frtifiiatft. for .. GOLD
a *d to I lie HOUSE RESTAURANT
'*urd thtTPim Th.
tcrtifioate RESTAURANT
GARDEN i
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,iiiiinlier.s.,, and years of is""U.t'h'. the ,
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r.piion t>f the property. and the Best Wishes From .
.Is n.tnifs f.illllWMVrtifi.ate MI which I. was asM-s-.t-d are "11 here The Pecan Tree Crow:."

fear. ..( 'Issuance No. 3*'J';1. BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN Support the Tornadoes with jour presence: ,''i:;,i
t' union of M
PntDertjr:
X>, t.f WI. of :;1-:I, and Nuts Volley Starling's
of SRi, Grocery & Market
of SB? T'
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"ro. S. R. JOHNS GROCERY Compliments Of
,. \ll .t..'.n.' | piuiifit' lieinx;. In the .
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.,I. fi.nlf.nl -Jlalt of Klor- FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT Ue
I'uless .'i,.. 'h, f it.. -. II, CO. present tonight: to cheer our boys to
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I sf Compliments Of
CONWAY SERVICE STATIONAt
SMITTY'S BARBER SHOP


Uest Wishes Of I'nion Bus Station'I


I 15extYNhe. -, Of K. & J. TRUCK TERMINAL Let's
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, : Edwards Grocery & Market Gara; e &: Restaurant HART
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