Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 30, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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System ID: UF00027795:03403
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I Boost In Telephone Rates WOMAN S-YEAR-OLD BURNED Attempt 0 Buy Off Witness

I Granted By CommissionBecomes An X3- 'ar-tI! umimnas .

i badly I Imrne.i early Wednesday In Assault Case Is .
I marning; after her dre''inggu'n :. i Charged

EffectiveOn r--t-- 1"#' I nuisht fire as !'he wa-
standing: in front of au "11I'nfirt'

Present Billing ,, place. I I

i iThr I Johnsonvas The woman ru,,I\I'd Mrs.to the I'lurida ho<.- Santa Claus Scheduled To ArriveIn Stanley Noegel Ordered In Court

Starke Telephone t'mi.iny's (iZ: jiital and the doctor\ said !she Tuesday To Answer AllegationsStanley
; bid for a itte in> n-ast- i
I it suffering from first, second Starke Next Week For Parade
A -s granted this wtt-k. Dv 'ne
and third degree burns. ,
Florid L Railroad ;mcl! 1'iiDlic Starke usetl dealer .'
Noepel. a car wa utvuMWednesday \
Mrs. Johnson's ,
i'tihties Commission. I Volley : Jolly Old St.ll'k i is scheduled to arrive in S'al ke on the "
son, said the tragedy oc- ; of offering Mrs Iris Starlinp sums of $ >ot>
I 10 a.m. tram next Saturday l IN'. 8. with a bag full!! of candy
Telephone company official.said II I curml when Mrs. Johnson was GOO and $1.000 to drop the ajrpravah-d assault\ i-ae in which
for the children on hand to greet him at the Call St. :
that the increased raps will go i i.nto warming: herself in front of crossing :Mrs. Effip Tarter. Mrs.[ Edith Huff and Mrs .low-11' (Paul)

effect immedmtel> .tnd are I Ibt'ng thr fin-phu-e of her home on Mrs. Marian Howe, Chamber of Commerce manager, announcedthis h___.. ___... _._,1 t.__1. _.___1. -
tabulated on bills nube !; ; tri East Krounler St. Starling week. were tumicieu UIM \\l'l'h.
I i Circuit L. Pat
Judge George
ing font out. I ipioted the din-tor as sajlnrshe From the train Santa will be escorted to the entrance to the BUS Homecoming
ten ordered Noegel to ir
The telephone company was i uas 'hiirnrd had but w ill fair grounds on U. S. 301 where the parade in his honor will be appear
court at 2 p. m. Dec. 4 to show
i111 'it,
notified of the Commission's de- I le all right.: forming.Mrs. .
he should be heLl!
why not
L.ision St
the Commission, Tuesday evening | Subdivision Slated t agreed to participate in the parade including the American The allegations against Xoego1
; Legion Color Guard, the Boy Scouts the Rotary the Woman's were contained in petition filer<
The telegram stated that the of-j I I' To Green
icial order would follow. I! Club the Junior'oman's Club Beta Sigma Phi, High School by State's Attorney T. E. (Ted Cove

The telegram read: "Commis- \ 35-Acre Tract !I Band Mrs. R. F. Young's class, and the Half-Century Club. i iI Duncan cause" order.In requesting. the "show

-lon has granted application of Joining in the observance of the National Book Week in Starke The parade, with Santa riding atop the fire trunk will travel I Bradford Ili;:h Schn-i- !1't.

Starke Telephone Co. for rate in- this \\eek as they take aihuntuge of the reading; material in the down Temple Ave., turn left at Call Street and return on Walnut I the petition Duncan charge, nOllw'ommgs -inni > -'
that offered Mrs. Starling
'.rease effective with next billing In Starke Sold Street.School. Noegel week as the Green C"f1uarterba."k n.> Si' -.
date." i Bradford ('lIunt)' library are l-r Betsy Matthews. Lee H.rrby and i; J500 or $600 on Nov. 15 and slipped ac-os.-] t '.'

I (;vrry Mooty. f j.f{ |,' on Nov. 16 "if she would dror ,
I Tornadoes line in the : '
t nder the new rates most busii I goal -
the prosecution of said case am'ileave I
-!>s phone charges will be inreased I A ."..V.ii P' trait within the few swonds of the ball t '.J.: '
: the State of Florida so that
$2: and residence phone'd ('iy: limits of. Starke" was sold recently i Needs Are Outlined : beat BUS 12-7.
BY CITY COUNCIL I she would not be pre nt on the I
n! br boosted $1. I I : by L A. Davis to Guy I Until the last 35 s," "'11!
day set for trial to testify against
The i.t changes will be: Dusi-i Andieus. A. J. Thomas and Aubrey By Morgan At PTA Meetng said defendants." 1 j the contest, the Tornad"' ., -;, ,

I.--.S }-".II ty. increase from $450j;: I Maura .Jr. Tax stamps indicate to have the game wripvith -' i
On Nov. 17, the petition I
'" $1> .".o, business 2-party. from I \Wasdin Is Named i that $17,800 was paid for th;> i a 7-6 score as flu. n '
Purchasing Agent
; i land. : !1Vi,1IV! )( know where there's 200,000 lyinir around not charged, Noegel returned witii
v75: t ID $;..7;;;; business 5-party: I faced a 4th down with ;
this week the new workingV! It"so.I. jilease! ; phoneIS) and ask for School the offer raised to $1,000.In .
i said SUIH.Tintendint
TOM.' $::5 :2;. to $5; residence 1- ; Andrews I to go on the BUS 14. :-.'
>trl fiom $3.50 to $4.50; resiIefli I j owners plan to subdivide the land I II. I' ?Inr an. 'I the trial held Tuesday and the Green Cove eleven cv', :

-.- :2-party, from $2.75 to $3.75sidencr ; i't i New Power Distribution Man Hired i Mtuated between Saratoga j That's the amount of additional money needed annually Wednesday last week (Nov. 20-1 with a pass play wh.t..!' N
... I Heie-htg and Pinehaven and sell : 21)) Mrs. Carter, her sister, Mrs them down to the I I .
5party.from $2.25;: to to operate IJradford: County schools! as they should! he. :Mor'gan I y.u
v' | building lots. told a High School ITA meeting in a hard-hitting talk Buff and Mrs. Carter'daugh [ In the next play. with t th< .

Charges fur connection will also The Starke City Council !last week named Ui'ey: Wasdin I "We hope to make a nice subdivision ", .., .".1_.. ..:..\.4-. ter. Mrs. Faulk, were convicted of'' rearly running out Green 'I' '
city chief, purchasing airent to head the new purchasing i out of it," Andrews said j 1 U :)Ui1'y 11IglI\ assaulting Mrs. Starling during 8', rushed across the winning Tu -
be increased, with the rate for!! power It's like this says Morgan:
I |: He added that it is hard to find X-RAY UNITS wild automobile ride on the nightof
ustallin;; a business main station;; system being set up and hired a new man to takeover I 1. Duval Alachua and other a ouarterback sneak.
Oct. 15. Their Zach
1I''reasmfrom: $2.50 to J4.M; 1 distribution duties formerly performed by Wasdin; I city a desirable limit.anymore.building. lot in the j neighboring counties are outbidding NEARING END Douglas. was given attorney until Dee I:, The Tornadoes were lead UK 7 >

residence main station from $2.50 I The new man Merrell Dees, Bradford for teachers. It jtt the half after gaming I I1 ,
; In another sale recorded recently -> '! OF SURVEYMobile I to file a motion: for a new trial ;iI
to $J.50. [I began his work with the city I the Rafgo Corp. of Miami! ;i would take another $1CO,000 per I During the trial. Mrs. Starling I lone score in the second quuv,
the Commissionfor In Mavor's Court to put Bradford on a competitive I The Bradford lads advanced ilm\ "
In petitioning year unde the of Duncan j
; this week. Councilmen said thati purchased the od airport on chest x-ray units conducting -
I to the Green Cove 10-yard 1!'I"
the increase, telephone company south U. S. 301 from Vincent St I j footing in the teacher in Bradford hurled charges that she had been I
Does came highly recommended a mass survey i
i 'market. on a pass play and Harold C; ut)
officials said that the company I John and Richard Kidd Jr. Ac-i:i County, ended three days of f.ffered money to arop the ease. ,

"is not earning a fair re- Theft Of $2.90 :' from the city of Williston where I cording to tax stamps. S22.500 i] 2. Bradford hasn't painted a operation last Saturday with i At that time. Maxie Carter, husband extra win plunged point was across good.to score Th'!
the tair of Jit- served as superinten- school building in five years. Another -
urn on \uiuc f1ropl'rtyU3ed power was paid for the tract which contains I 1,242: x-rays completed. : of the defendant was named ,Iofft'ring
Green Cove retaliated in tn
and useful in tele- | $10,000 annually is neededto
providing i dent for 11 years. about 140 acres. i The program hoped to be the I the money. j

hone service." Brings 15 DaysA i Under the new arrangement it I The Rafgo Corp. also holds an 3.maintain School enrollment buildings! properly.is growing biggest masr x-ray survey ever ; In the exchange at the trial j I down third quarter on the BHS after 1-yard getting line a flr.t.1 ,

It was pointed out that the last is planned for Dees to work on option on 400' acres owned by L. I undertaken in Bradford county.. which was ruled out of order by I the result of a 15-yard penalty:
'at the rate of 70 to 80 pupils per
telephone increase was put into A. Canova which adjoins their will continue through SaturdayDec. Judge Patten Duncan asked Mrs.
the distribution and Wasdin against the tornadoes
oversee needed
I Another $30.000 is
etfect in 1950 when the rates 47-year-old Negro was! sentenced I newly purchased property. year. 1. The project is sponsored )i Starling: "How many times has I II
I the for new classrooms to_ During the contest Green Cove
plant annually
'boosted 50 cents power operation.The 1
were per phoneat offered
by the Florida State Board ofj I Masie; Carter you money ]
in Court Mondayto I
Mayor's i made 10 first downs and
ntotcn't completed
the time the company abolish- Council expressed a desire Health, the Bradford County i to drop this ca.'Ie.Irs.. Starling I I
$75 fine 15 days in jail I 4. Among its 24 buses Bradford three passes while BHS
a or i
-d the old crank system
magneto "Three
to set the purchasing program in I Health Department and the Brad- j immediately
Election has only eight that are less than made seven first downs and < inc
worth of Lawtey "
and substituted the common bat for stealing $2.90 ford County Tuberculosis and times.
service. operation by Dec. 1. They specified 10 years old. It would require another I I fleted two passes.
tery ceries.The. gro-I that after the system is set Health Association. I Carter's name was not menticnco ,
j $16.000 annually to replace This game, termed a gohtmare"
H. A. Buddy) Bishop Jr.. Herbert Last week 484 persons were x- filed .
the Wednesday.Patten
up no bill from a merchant will !I co petition
Slated buses on an efficient schedule. I by Coach Lennard Ht'J"lster. :
.lanager of the company said : TuesdayLawtey I rayed at Bradford High School ruled that this line of
pleaded guilty before Mayor W. be honored unless it is accom- "Another $200.000 would do the I closed out the Tornadoes' regular -
that "sharply increased labor 134 at Hampton 89 at Brooker. immaterial to the
T. Jackson to taking the goods ranied by a purchase order. j job." Morgan estimates. I questioning was I 1956 football season as well
;osts. increased taxes inrr< ""< 22 at Cook's store on north U. S charge on which the women were
from Setzer's supermarket. He The purchasing agent will have voters will go to the What can be done about the I as climaxing two days of homecoming
osts of materials and 301 146 at Setzers 54 at Thomas being tried and ruled against
walking out of the store i authority to purchase items cost- polls next Tuesday to elect a situation? The Superintendentsays in an.1 i Dun-I activities.The .
made it imperative to SUPPlieS"\\ admitted Lumber Co., 96 Reno can proceeding further.
ing less than $150 without Coun- mayor a marshal a city clerk, : students led off the homecoming
increase. 217 in
the with the groceries in his coat Lawtey.
cil approval. but purchases costing and two councilmen.C. 1. Assessed valuations in Brad- The six-man jury convicted events last Tuesday night
Telephone companies are allowed "I don't know what possessedme more than that will have to ford County need raising.: X-ray officials urged all persons Carter of the grand jury indictments with Tornado Whirl and kept the

a return of 6 per cent annually to do it," he said. "I never I be okayed by the Council. R. Shuford. incumbent mayor.C. R. 2. Schools need a greater portion who were unable to set an''i.I on two counts of a gala; spirit moving with a parade

In their investment Bishop said. did anything like that before in I In other actions. the Council I is being challenged member by of the of the county's race track x-ray when the units were in ed assault with a pistol gra\"at-I through town Wednesday afternoon
'We haxe been losing money" he my life." Whitehead present their communities to make arrangements : and beating bruising I
: raised the sewer tap rate from Council. in a race that is biddingfor i I revenue (now divided equallyi clippers before kicking off the foot
declared. i iTelephone I Only five cases were brought 57.50 to $60 and voted to adjustthe first place in interest among i I among: County Commissioners 0 meet the units at wounding and ill-treating her as I! ball game, the highlight of theoccasion.

company officials i before Mayor Jackson Monday price of water meters to be voters. Shuford has held themayor's ;, School: Board, Bradford County i other locations. t harg,>d in the indictment. The I I .
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estimated that the increav will i In other casesx Earl (Red) Conner more in line with present costs. i for four j Hospital.) II Today and tomorrow ( Friday ,other two women were convicted I The Tornadoes wound up the

bring the company about $17,000 I i and Leroy Davis, Negro;:: each I A study of the city's insurance post years. I 3. The State Legislature: will and Saturday) the units will be I Il.f one count of assault and aiding season with five wins. four losses
I W. P. is again bidding for stationed in front of the Starke I
more annually from existing subscribers forfeited $25 bonds when they (overage was touched off as the Kemp | have to help providing additional and abetting in the second act. and one tie. They will get a
and 100 orders awaiting i failed to appear in court to Councilmen discussed the problem the badge of D. B. Thomas Law- I sources of revenue for schools. I Hotel from 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. On the witness stand. Mrs. Star- chance to avenge the:! 0-0 tie to-

installation. answer speeding charges.! j![: with the insurance men handling tey marshal. Kemp has tried un- } "I realize that' when you talk and 2 p. m. to 6 p. m. This week ling testified that during the ride night (Friday) as they meet
I to oust Thomas in at at the Starke Hotel on
Bishop said the increase was Kenneth Miller forfeited $2:) I I I the policies Doyle Conner H. succesr.'ully about raising taxes you are committing -I they were Mrs. Carter accused her of "dat- Monticello in the StrawberryBowl.
necessary to insure adequate service on a reckless driving charge and I|IC. Wall and Charley Johns. The I least two regu'ar and one special I political suicide," Morgan Tuesday, at the Big Dad Manufacturing ing" her husband, cutting "gapr." I .

and the normal expansion of Paul Palmer Jr. forfeited $10 Council agreed to a proposal that elections. In 1853 Kemp scored a [ said. "But it is my duty to let Co. and RJE School on :In her hair and beating her with I BHS han scored wins this year
miss with 73 votes to 87 for 1 and hotelon I
I' Wednesday back at the
phone service needed for an increased for running a red light. each of the insurance firms makean the people know what the situa- hair clippers. forcing her at gunpoint againt Macclenny, P. K. Yonge,
population but will not Mayor Jackson reported that : independent survey of the Thomas. In the 1955 regular bested election -\ tion is. If we are to have the Thursday.Dr. to admit "dates" with Carter leland, Perry and Santa Fe

be the financial basis for the conversion two men held last week pendini situation to be submitted to the however Thomas poorest school system in the State, A. Y. Covington. county and threatening her with acid. I Losses have been at the hands

to dial and extensive expansion investigation of the ownership of I Council for study. Kemp 112 to 59. I the people should know it." health officer urged all resdentof ; She denied ever going with Car- of Palatka. Seabreeze, Ketterlinus

project planned by the a truck in which they had been The study would be conductedin Mrs. Ethel I). Reddish Incumbent -:1 The trouble boils down to this the county to participate in the I ter. and Green Cove.

comnanv._.... _n., arrested were released this--. week an effort to work "out a pro- has no opposition in seeking 1 says Morgan: The growth of local -. program so that tuberculosis I The three defendants pictured Coach Register predicteJ that
Bishop testified before the Com- I, after the truck's owner refusedto gram which would effect a savingfor re-election to her multi-dutied tax revenue has not kept pace I could be discovered and cured before the episode as a comparatively next year the team will rack up

misft'on at hearings in Starke on press charges.The the city. post of city clerk, tax assessor,,. I, with the growth of everything I it reaches advanced stages I harmless hair-snipping performedby a better record since "maiiy of

Oct. 12 that the present rate increase police investigation showed Mayor W. T. Jackon asked the tax collector treasurer and reg else. For instance, he said: a woman angered by an alleged !- the sophomores playing this year

would help put the company that the truck had been stolen Council to consider bidding for istration officer. \ In 1948 Bradford's assessed valuation -!!Quarterback MeetingI threatened break-up of her will be more seasoned. Registersaid

in a favorable financial pos- from Joe's Used Trucks Inc. of an act of the legislature to allow There are four candidates foi was around four million home. the boys lived up to his

ition to obtain a $300 000 loan Jacksonville. After their release the city to issue search warrants. the two forthcoming vacancies or I.1 dollars raising some $78,242 for I An important meeting of the pre-season predictions by wInning

hey are seeking to finance the the men. Jonnie Everett Steven This proposal was referred to the I I the City Council. They are:: the school system. The county Quarterback Club will be held I Ministers Elect 1 half of their games.I .

expansion projects.He and Nicholas Wickham were put city attorney for study. j Mitchell Brown, W. F. Moore B' 1 was required to put up $29,457 in I Tuesday Dec. 4, at 7:30: p.m. in

indicated that after the loan on a bus heading out of town. Councilmen voted to discontinue -I JE. Reddish and Milo Smith. The i matching funds under the Mini- the high school gymnasium clut I ':, New officers elected Monday by I .\ SALE

is granted and the project launched I donations unless they were I winners will be elected for two,, mum Foundation Program leaving..1 I ( fficials said this week. All mem. the Starke Ministerial Associa- ; A bake sale is being sponsoredi

the company would have to request rrovided for in the budget year terms. $48.000 to be spent locally! for bers and those interested an i ; hon were the Rev. L. D. Haines. i by Circle 3 of the First PresbyJtirian -

another increase to finance BHS Cage Team I I (Continued on Page 5)) urged to attend. i''president; the Rev. W. S. McAli-: Church Saturday morningin

the loan. { ley vice president; the Rev Donald front of Barksdale's Department -

At the hearing Bishop sa-d Kokomoor secretary; and the Rev Store Only homemade pastries -

an that increase the company of 500 plans subscribers call for in ; To Open Season {I Battle Shapes Up For Berry BowlThe Lacy Conway treasurer. I I will be sold.

a 10 year period in addition to Local Realtors Honor President

the conversion to dial. Against sele'tlOnfor tonight'' about equal stems not only from ((26-01. Ketterlinus ((31-0) am'l the average weight comes tr

I PalatkaI, (Friday* Second Annual: StraWberry I the record of the 0-0 tie, but also Green Cove Springs ((12-7)). about 185 pounds. Bradford's line ::j F- -- .

Rotarians Are UrgedTo I t Bowl football game were from the season records and : The Tornadoes began their sea averages about 170 pounds -f

The Bradford Hih!; School basketball shaping up as natural drawing scores against common foes. son with a healthy 27-6 victoryover Bulloch. 140-pound tailback i ic '. ri'

Practice Service : season is vheduled to get ,Ii card this week as the record II Monticello has a little bit of I Macclenny. Other wins have one of the fastest men the Tornadoes _

underwav Tuesday night. Dec. 11 show both teams to be as near the edge in the season record I tracking been over P. K. Yonge ((14-6)) will have to face all: year

Edward 5?. Beebe chairman of with a triple-header against: : Pa equal as two teams can get--an-? I. up six wins to three !i and Deland ((27-13)). Register said. -'

the V'-atumal Service Committee 'latka in the BHS gvmmsium. both capable of powerful footba'.l l losses! while BUS won five and j In the regular season game A capacity crowd is expected at

10 Uu Starke Rotary Club gave a The girls will lead off the activities -j But the members of both the! lost; four. Monticello's most hu- against Monticello. the Tornadoe the activities tonight. Johns sal*

alk on this branch of Rotary for the evening with the Bradford High Tornadoes and the miliating defeat was at the hana made two near misses at scoring that several hundred are expect.-

service at the club's Wednwrt-w frst toss-un slated for 6:30. The ,. Jefferson High: Tigers rent the: of Quncy who walloped the Tigers i I Once they moved the ball dowr to come from Monticello. A gaia

luncheon meeting in the Garden I B-squad boys will take the eour* assumption that they are equal 52-0. Their other two defeats -| to the Tigers IS yard line and half time show has been prepare

*>*-st u mt He urged: that each I at 7:30.: and the feature attraction Indications are that the lads will were a little more respect- again to the :22.!:: I bv the BHS band, and ais-j: 'nl'

tuit.K ti ust' his own vocation as of the night: the A -juad be playing no holds barred foot- able. Live Oak squeaked by Mon- The Tigers were also battling visiting band.

n tiS' 11'11I'nt for rutting: into !game will! begin about :45.: ball to prove that they aren't tlt'elloith a 7-6 win and the Ti-1 in that ball game and on one I Ervin Robbins. Elks Club Exalted

pi.ietionotary's motto of "Serv- !I I Basketball Coach J. C. Hobbs '; pouil but better than their op cr"r<5 were downed by Madison j I occasion went to within 12 yard? Ruler said that a iar?I'

I \n \., self:' | said that only seven boys have'' ponents. 13-7. of the BHS goal. During the I trophy will be presented to tn,

lytnesday of last week the more after the close of told Elks Club Bowl Chairman i that both have met. the Bowl! '\ play Monticello was in command I will be awarded to the best bacK .I

"" !' it'l James Bloodworth. of football season. Curtis McGee i? Jerome Johns this week that the! participants were winners ty about :: during the first half tut the I and the best lineman. II I I .

n M i st.irke, office of the Flor- j the only letterman to rejoin the I II Tigers are coming to Starke benton the same margin with Monticellc { Tornadoes switched tactics in the I The football: players and cheerleaders

.11' Pt !It Commission describe I team this year. Hobbs mid. I paring the Tornadoes up." \1 getting a little bit of the edge ; last half and were able! to control i of both squads will b? I JACK JUSTICE president of trict One, actorr.p' m.e-l Justice

'-hi i-k that is carried on in A 16 game schedule has been' "We're going to take the trophy again. The Tigers tore through the ball.Register i I.: treated to a banquet in the school! the Florida Realtors Av-onatioi. ; on his visit here.

'wpeMns; parole and probationas set up for the Bradford lads with home." Temple declared. I Santa Fe to the tune of 19-0 compared j indicated this week i cafeteria after the game. (center t. greets A. J. Thomar. i The luncheon was attended by
ithis arta.TANK. But hIS Coach Lennard to the Tornadoes' 21-6: vie I The Strawberry Bowl was begun : president of the Clay-Bradford''
10 of them slated for the home Register that he has great respect for the I I around 25 realtors of Starke, Key
| court. Most of the games will b*> said it isn't so. The Torna- tory over Santa Fe. j I II Monticello especially the.I last :year by the Starke Elk: :I Board of Realtors upon arrival | stone
SIGN i double headers with the girls' ] does will be ready to take anything I| Monticello beat Perry by one I I squad club with the proceeds going tr : here for a luncheon in the Garden | Heights, and Green Cove

| team starring in the preliminary I Monticello has to offer anti :i touchdown. 13-6, \\hile'the" Tor- weight of the line and a speedy local charities and to the Harry Restaurant last Friday. The cc- Springs, and several guests, including I

Starter's horner *ill soon be 1 feature end six games will be j give it back double Register pndoes edged Perry by one point I back named Jack Bulloch, but i iI is Anna Crippled Children's Home I casion was the official visit or Sen. Charley E. Johns,

neld high for ail to see as the triple-headenv 1: sanl. He said that the squad has : 13-12. : confident the Tornadoes can outperform I in Umatilla. i the president who is a prominent and Rep. Doyle E. Conner. Dur- I

.4 result o! City Council action last On Jan. 31 ana Feb. 1-2. the been working hard all week and :i In their other contests Mon I the visitors. j Game time for the event ha? I realtor of Miami Beach, to the ing the luncheon a muri'cal pro I

week Tornadoes will be hosts to th.j the boys are anxious to avenge ticello defeated Florida High! ofTallahassee. ,t The average weight of the Tigers i I been set at 8:15: p. m. Tickets i, local board. I gram was presented by Mrs

-{ The Council agreed to a propo-'|1 Keystone Conference Tournament i the 04tie between Starke and 19-6. Jennings! 31- starting line tops Bradford'8 will cost $1 50 for adults and 75 Morrison I. Taylor of Jackson- Charlotte Miller, vocalist, and ;

_ a! to have "Starke. Fid." painted. :, The conference includes Santa Fe I Mor.ticelio: during the first of the '' 13. Mayo 19-6 and Greenville. 1, bv about 15 pounds per man cents for students and can be i \' !lie.! chairman of the Florida Real : Mrs. L J, Green accompanistMr ,

J >n thr sided of the new water' Rolles Green Cove Sprinss. Fer- season. Bradford High's losses have Takm into aunt three :20" purchased at Koch's or Car.ova'? Estate Commi.-oion. and Erya.it Thon.is served as master of i

ank : nandina. P. K. Yonse and BHS. i The claim that the teams are been to Pa2atka ((7-Oi.I Seabreeze pounders on the Monticello line drugstores B. .Skmn-r vice president ()f Dis I erem.r.lfX'gt -,


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4 All pfrn having claim: ur d.-
mands against the estate nf Iiur-
oil Farmer's Diary pnce 0. \\cakl!,,>', d, ."a.1. are >h this Order in next fur 1J56. I'-T Minan 1, t'r"-!by.I'. ;. ,-v rH..
oil hereby notified and r"'JUlr..d| to weekly issues. - i: H"i i -v I.i..iiT ,
oil... file theirlams in the office of Witness,. my hand and official seal Charles A. Darby : .II' k--iivil!.' '.', Kr..la:
hy Sam 51ciarvtyNext the County Judge of Pradford a: ;tarh", pi r.'l... Mi" ;\.s' :.""tr .' ,. .
As Clerk of 5.t..1 \f : 'M .1..1 1
.. \"j. Kl' nda in the Comity C..utin .url: > r
The School Dilemma ... house St.irkf, Kluritli! vii'K.,::> _--_-_-_-_-_- ,
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: notiif i
stop on our tour was at i'r tune '
will l>ec" meuiil .1< i-rd MH !
b Komichuol, becoming luxury Mr Mrs. Norman's ,
a system a and Tully law. :

which! Bradford; County cannot afford? School ...... w here we had a very pleasant visit rhls November H. T*jh, ':

officials tell us that Bradford is fast becoming a ......... with these fine people. Tully was l\' LLLUI D.Eviut-ir:WEAKLKV.AnulUry "f U. 1--: BEATFUL 11 I PIECE BEDROOM! SUIT I

|poor relative to most of the other counties .... rather tired as he'd been butchering UKof. I-aut.nr,' n we.tid.s..rst ...
.... and when we got there he pubIi'uti..nsc; 11110"1 iOI'Ilo l'j.
the state in its school wealth. Already we are ....
.... was cutting some rubbers from an \ \ri>.:\l1 I I''
too to meet the rising costs of education :
.... old! inner tube to tie greens with. In Irruil Court, ItrulUord r.iunlj. I
and unable to provide our children with all of .... l'lwriili; iti I liniirrry, ni 1r I
Tully said that Les Crosby, too, Willi.uii S. -'t.irlin.'. Plaintiff vs. ,,11'1II11'
the facilities and conveniences they should have, E::j J'JY" Mlkiru t.. Cyle: Hall, had just finished butchering and ['uruthynn Starling Defendant.Case \ )

and we are still going down the ladder. Soon we and L G. Johns over near that he got seven cans of lard Nosier: '!'.. tpprurTo No; 10-1504 :
will be forced to accept the hand-me-downs outmoded from six ,....-
of hogs. : rWothy Ann Starling whose -
about good yield .
Hampton .
r-Mii.'ti and :uiit-! > i-' Talladega.Alabama I
refused in other counties.
or He told us how to prepare i .
made th.s --100
corn they year j' I
The result will be that our children will be Whilewe 'possum for eating. Said the way You are hereby notified that a !::,I \ I
barrels per acre of Dixie suit for divorce ', ----1:
to do it to the hair off. care custody ," \
is singe 1 :
'heated, and in the long run the county and anti o-ntn.I of minor child '" '
its people will suffer. Inadequately trained stu- were there, they were startingto and that after that is done the hat been filed apain' you in th .t/.f I I
cut under a fine stand of Striate looks clean and white above named Court and cause and
'possum a.'Ia dJ '
dents make poor citizens. If such; an event should ) '.u are relined to Mii'te a copy of ,i
Crotalaria and said they wjll fol. chicken. Sam can't think of eat- your answer IIr pleading to the complaint -
come to pass the growth and progress the County low that up with a planting of ing any now he's filled up with on the Plaintiffs Attorney "
stark S. Flitch, t'fi': Temple Avenue
has bean experiencing over the past number of lupine. After they cut the lupine eating; gopher after the last election Starke, Florida I r,
)l'ars'Uultl come to a halt and we would soon under they will plant corn and and file the tuiKiiial in the office of
find ourselves! going backwards. Instead of at- then they might break the record before the Clerk the of the Circuit Curt on or ia

tracting industry, the County would lose idus- they made this year. Itith day of n -mber." I'd! ;;:
Stopped in next to see Mr. and otherwise the allegations of said
tries and other citizens interested in giving their S Mrs. George Shuford at their new Complaint will be taken as confessed -

children' the advantages of a good education. If Xext visited with E. Meyer: who place on the Buddy Norman Highway This oy notice you. shall be publishedonce -

such a state of affairs should come about it has a pecan grove along shores George has a planting of a- each week for four consecutive ? : ,,
of Hampton Lake, and there we weeks in the LTadford County Tele Ispm Is-
would be only a short time before Bradford found another cover that had bout 9.000 Florida 90's and has graph.
crop .
need few little red schoolhouses them now as clean as can be. He hit.'d this 7th day of \ \'? l-' ;
would only a just been cut under. He had .1 <( again to accommodate its school children. of in his set them out about the middle of Clerk of the Circuit Court
cover crop Hairy Indigo :
Ry Marian L. it1
September, and has a scatteringof Crosby Deputy Clark I ii
Why has Bradford gotten into this predicament grove and had just had it cut bloom in the patt-h. George cer- i r /

? To put it simply, the situation was caused under. tainly is a good farmer, and he In Florida(Irrnlt In Court(hnnrrrr.Ilrnilford County, e y II 1t

the of education increasing much faster J. P Thompson. Jr ,.
by costs has the neatest garden you ever Plaintiff. \
than the income of the County. It seems that the Beyond Graham we visited with saw. He has onions, Irish rotatoes. l'"nni.1" Thonp-'ii.Case No.lieft-nil.mt 10-lH"9: 1 1I"

costs of education are determined by factors out Phillip Martir.eau who is in the and even a few tomatoes yet. Order Of Piihlicnlluii. nnil >..tlre To
\iirir slate Of I'lurldj 'Iill
side of the County, whereas the rate of incomeis process of feedng: out some steers It was quite a sight to us to see *lJnn." Mae Thoii.psnti, whose
determined by local factors mainly on the He said it is costing him $7 a day tomato plants still alive at this r' Milt-in. .. mil addrI.is 31.-, rtiinn
Stret, ;\J..r".tII I'IT\. Ia.You I
to feed 17 head (or about 40 centsa time of the year. Mrs. Shuford ,
without tak- ue
will enquired to
basis of what the taxpayer pay appear on
head per day). He is feeding said they are a new variety called IVcemb. 1ft r!t-..;, 'm the above 1 I III
ing revenge on the tax assessor. named C''urt and t .iu*>.. wherein i kr II I
them snapped corn cottonseed Big Boy and that they produce plaintiff ? ks divop ePrailford II
School Superintendent IIarmon Morgan is meal and rr.olas.vs, and needlessto !great big fruit. County Telegraph( shall 1 I

concerned over an imminent shortage of school say they look fat and sassy. While we were at Tully .f i icy 1l1 t, .,T i
U-achfrs Bradford: has to compete with other Xorman's with George Husgins: 1) :
counties in the teacher market. And to be able Flash! J. B, Geneva, and Betty we had a lot of fun teasing him a- GAY'S i

in compete on an even basis this county must Gaskins stopped by last week with bout liking to eat and having a it t

be able to offer wages to some degree comparto. their first berries of the season. big appetite. Now we've heard :.1 Home Appliances I
matter how Geneva and son Billy are takingcare lot about preachers who nn pi:' *
in tno.se of other counties no Vanity & Mirror Chest of Drawers
about food away such as the pt eaeherc ,
well off they are financially. As it is. Bradford af the planting of Your Friendly I
Missionaries and OO's, as"JB" with a fowl mouth. as one of twministt'1'S Poster Bed e Coil Springs
is not able to do this and laces either a teacher )
abut recently
shortage or the prospect of obtaining poorly They say is working their plants at Cecil look Field good. and, of course joked, everyone knows Norge Dealer Cotton Mattress 2 Dresser Lamps .

qualified teachers. .3: and they ought to know good berries what a hungry crew (''-'mh' agents 0 XPJJGK :\rru.\NTF.s 0 Bed Spread

Participation in the :Minimum Foundation as they have raised them all are. si "P put it un to Tully'

Program is another financial obligation which their I lives. Asked which had the bigger ap I\\'T.\G \VASIIIKS: 2 Feather Pillows ,

the must meet. As it was set up, thispioxiuii petite. Without batting an eye S hhI 1
A AVisited ( COLKMAX: :.\TfIS: and Vanity Stool l lkLJt1JbI1
said "The agent"SA
was supposed to cost the taxpayers only with J.V.. Kelley out Tully : county n.oou' iTKXACirs: : "

six mills annually, but is now costing nearly 12 near Brooker and got a kick out I
This week we received a Blipping
mills out of the of the way he can handle a sTing We Sen ice "
nuns mis leaves: only eight from thi". column (which tooka All Makes
"shot. This timeit
20 mill levy to for maintenance, in giving hogs a Appliances I ONLY
maximum pay was a sow with a lame hind le'rand crack at the Uepublioan farm I $169-95 ::

fuel utilities transportation and other expenses. he was giving J her a shot o! program) and a batch of news; I 'I
this is entirely too little election Phone 10 Ii,
School officials say ; penicillin. Then J. W. showed us :a stories reporting

that buildings are suffering from lack of repair, fairly new sink hole on ,his pro from an anonymous reader Now. Starke, II ;IIIT "I
florlda'J ----- ....... .
still :: :::
"Ike". but we : --
which the like too -
items and equipment are needed pt'rty-a "hole within a h" le Thp we ---V. ;;f
happened' about don't like the GOP farm programAnd
schools cannot at ford.. latest sink which

It's a problem that the taxpayers will haveto 15 years ago."bottom"is in the or mid rnumloiis He of istpat since it the looks Democrats as if plenty won of inCongress 4\----

solve since they are footing the bill. School nk which big must have occurred along people agree with us. If this be

Superintendent Morgan has stated that the .County treason, make the most of it!
time ago. 111111 ..
will get the kind of school system it is willing I.n
faced with ....................yyy- Thanksgiving in Ja'ksonvil1eth '
The a
for. are :
to pay and daughter. Mr
dilemma. They may feel that they cannot affordto and Mrs Mack McKenzie We Have Jacksonville Prices 11;

increase the amount of money paid into the GRAHAMMrs. Mrs Charlie Bader had ba l

schools: Hut-on the other hand can they afford luck last Wednesday. She fell and

not to? : John :\Iclilnn.'tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA bruised her leg very badly and
had to be carried to Starke for

Mrs. Hattie Lefevers. Mrs. Sil- treatment.Mr.. and. Mrs. L. E. Ratliff had -iii- INEVER UNDERSOLD. IIII

Tragic ComplacencyWe cox and :Mrs. Aieen Cail all of as Thanksgiving dinner guestsMr. -. ..

the Florida Farm Colony attended and :Mrs. Leo Dyal Mr and I
Americans are a lucky people, so lucky church services here last Sun- Mrs. Bobby Dyal and son all of

that we take our miracles for granted. We have day.Mr. Brooker. Mis. Minnie Crenshaw.Mr. I Shop At HOME -- SAVE Time and Money '

grown used to the fact that we can bridge time : and Mrs. John :Moody had and :Mrs. Colin Hathff and i liil,

and distance with the twist of the dial that we -i Sunday guests their son-in- on of Gainesville and Mr. and ,
li-w and Ilwghter11'. an.1Irs. Mrs. Albert Sparks and son of I
can push buttons to control light and darkness,
heat and cold. We no longer marvel that we can Balls McKinney, and daughter- Starke. Complete Line Of
IlllawIrs. Fred Wimpy and There will be a sing at the
swallow few pills and take a few simple injections !
a ill1
son of Starke.Mr. Baptist Church on Sunday, Dec \ CHRISTMAS CARDS
banish much of the pain and sickness -
and thus and Mrs. Clarence Meltonof 16. Everyone invited. Regular Tree and
that has been mankind's lot since the world Orlando were weekend guestsof church services as follows: Sunday Decorations

U'gan. her parents Mr. and Mrs.: Berry School, 10 a.m. Morning \I I FOR ALL

It's a dangerous attitude, this complacencyof Dyal.Mr Worship 11 a.m. Training Union, hll,

ours, if it leads us to neglect the great benefits and :Mrs. Terry Starling p.m. Evening Se\'iee. 8 pm \ TREE LIGHTS !
visited! Mrs. Starling's mother. Rev. W. 0 Collins pastor I ,
with which modern science has enriched our '"iI'l'
I I I"
Mrs. Delia Osteen in High Springslast SpecialXmas
1 lives Right now millions of Americans are facing Sunday.We 5c / !:::II

just that danger because they have failedto to the tht'i i'q!'
are sorry report Tilt KK.IIT POINT for \\i 79c 10 lidl II
use the latest medical miracle the Salk Polio death of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Star- ua) you \irito. Come in and lot'I lili up To iiii'l
Vaccine. ling of Clearwater. They are re- lect jour favorite ESTEH ROOK :,
: I
The season of greatest {polio danger is ahead of lives of the Starlings at Graham Fountain IVn. TELEGRATII \ II!:

us and many needless victims have already paid and died within a week of II' 1.00 '. Cards IH!

the price of neglect. But many more such trage- each other. 11'\\ TREE RAILS'r
Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Starling iI !
dies can IMJ prevented if everyone, men, women and children were weekend guestsof Wash Your Clothes Each IPH For Iii!

and children, will avail themselves of this cheap his parets Mr. andfrs.. I

and easy insurance against the crippling diaster. Harley Starling. II Pound I 5c to SOc EachBIGGESTVALUEWEST1NGHOUSE- .- 29c I II
Millions of dollars and seventeen long, hard H.1.. Wasdm has returned -

years of painstaking research went into this dis- home after a hunting trip in For 40c! ... ,I I,

covery. :More than 300,000 people were cruelly the Scrub. :Mrs. Wasdin had asa FREE Bleach If Desired! rt

stricken which provides while scientists protection sought against the paralytic weapon sister Jacksonville guest Mrs.for, and the Pearl weekend past Reynolds week guests her of eWe Big Value on our $1.00 counter II !!

polio. Now the weapon is known the vaccine b of the Wadsins were their son- Will '

available to all. It will be ironic and tragic if in-law and daughter Mr. and Ili Value up to $10.00 for only $1.00 II!:!
thousands more are stricken while the vaccine Mrs. A. T. Andrews and childrenof Dry Your Clothes ill Electric Blanket ONLY 24.95 oI':'

refrigerators. Gainesville.
lies idle in the physicians' ,
Carl Broughton received word For 20cIn : WHILE THEY LAST
Sunday that his mother, Mrs. \:1\11\ Heating Pad 5.95 :"
New" Automatic Driers! up :
Eventful DayTwo Hilliard Broughton, was confinedto Ihil,; ,
the hospital at Gainesville. e

John McKinney;: is busy grindingcane B. B. GUN ONLY 5.50 ,I',
unrelated facts are combining today to this week. liii.:! SUNBEAM WESTINGIIOIJSE; il\: \

make this date November 30 a very important Mr. and Mrs. V. L. McKinneycf TheVasheteria\ i

one on the calendar of Bradford County.In Gainesville visited his parentsthe 'Lh Mixers Toasters '::1II
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concern a way that, these most events precious are of related possessions because: they- ternoon.John McKmneys. Sunday af Temple Ave Stark 1i:1: Large Assortment of Xmas Candles \ tI

Mrs. John it 1,1 I

our First health.- Today (Friday) is next to the last Surrency spent ,I'I,: II Ii Men's and Ladies* MEN AND WOMENI+\\I I:!W

opportunity this year to obtain a free chest M V > j That's Our Business I\ I : Bill Fold 1.00 II
x-ray which may be the means of detecting an U LjAa a* // : u up
Glass We Hare It!
early case of tuberculosis. which might destroythe CALL WRITE or VISIT : ,II ili; !
health of you or some member of your I I '

family. Be sure to get your free x-ray at the Joe Peters Glass Co. I, ,''I 1 I II NYLON IiI 1,1,

mobile unit on Call Street today or tomorrow. % Remington III

Second Tonight at 8 o'clock the second Brush & Comb Set 1.00 14 I 11\,\
Bowl football will *
annual Strawberry game: heplal'l p ; Schick '
We Desiini Modern Store Front \\
at the BUS stadium. This: event is i : sponsored I' DAYS
Just Mail Us
A Pattern
by the local Elks lodge primarily to bene- Sunbeam :

fit its program of aid to crippled children. I \V. 4th Pl. Gainesville Fla.Table Phone Tops1313N FR. 2-4353 I"" : 21 Inch Dolls 1.49 FREE TRIAL ,,1\\

Strike two blows for better health by getting 1': I Ronson I N'I

your chest x-ray today and by attendingthe : Hurry Hurry Hurry II I'I I I"I
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Berry Bowl game tonight.

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aaa.a...............aasa..a.aasaa.asa.aaa..asasa I TTTTTTTTTBRuOKER.-y..y.y.y... :n Lake Butler Sunday. j i as guests Thursday; of last week j jI
Mr. and Mrs. James famed and her parents. Mr. and Mrs GV I n's6+.3 v..

I sons of Lake Butler were visiting I Hunter, and Mr. and Mrs; M!< \l' 3'.y
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Blair I Cauthen and son, aU of Ga.:"t -

I lut Sunday night. ville. On Saturday they hid: ic
By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 Ity :\1 TI. E. B. Cast IraAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Mrs. W. L. Douglas and Mrs.I ;uests Mr."and Mrsv J. N. C.ii/-:' i

___...___......_yyyyyyyy.________._._.yyyyyyyy________.__y_.yyyyyyyyy .* \\'. T. Blair were visiting Mrs. of Jacksonville Beach. TIllS I
I Robert Sandel of Worthington.who Mr. and Mrs. Ft. V. Turner !h.:01!
Unit Busy ,on, of ksonville<< and Mrs Garden C'luli :Meets
X-Ray Kept ; (I is a patient in The Alachua as Thanksgiving guests Roy Tu-

Last Friday a TB X-Ray Mobile .1. A. Batten and daughter Nancyof The Brooker Garden Club met General Hospital in Gainesville.Mr. ner of Lake Butler, Miss M :" W

I'mt was in Keystone He slits:: Nahunta, Ga, were Thanksgiving I I Friday night at the Civic Center. ; and Mrs. Guy Harrell were I j.n Ella Turner of Jacksonville, .v i

near MeKa\'s Realty Co. and it weekend guests of Mi i Mrs. Warren Mizelle of Worthington Jacksonville on business Monday -, Mrs. J. L. Anderson of Starke EKS&P _w _
and Mrs. A. A. Bamford and Springs was the guest
son .
that everyonewhu
would seem I j I Miss:: Celialana..a spent Wednesday
Rodney of Lake Geneva.Mr. speaker and her subject was ,
was downtown took advantage I Sorry to hear that Mrs. G. W. through Saturday of 1 ll i-t t

of this cheek-up. I personally I and Mrs. Edward C. Shry- dried arrangements. Mrs. Mizelle Davis is again confined to bed. I, week with her grandparents, :Mi: Our Finest Quality Whole Kernel
wish to thank those who helped I ock Jr. anj children of Ocala were exhibited 12 arrangements and 'Hope she will soon be well. !! and Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow. Mrs :

m the processing. Thanks to I Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr trld what each was made of.Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis and |! Stringfellow and Mrs. Ininan'
Marie Bamford, Edwina Moody, and Mrs. George Schaeffer. Mis j W. E. Bigham president,!daughter of Plainfield, N. J. are' Green of Starke accompaniedMiss GOLDEN CORN 2 '1-lb can 23c
Anna McCullough, ofVhite would like to remind everyone I here for few
Sue Szymanski, Pat Christoffers. I visiting relatives a Manassa to her home n '
Feather Court, that the Outdoor Christmas Decoration 1LJ
was also a guest
Mary Siprelle day.Mrs. Green Cove Springs last Satu-
for dinner. contest will be held! C. L. Atkinson and Mrs.:
Ruth Ohlson, Helen Egan, Kheva '
Nelson, Evelyn Scales, Sara McDonald Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McKay. Mr I' again this year. December 22 \\ill' Joyce Castlen and sons spent day.Mrs.. in Hearty Andigorous
and Mrs. W. C. McCrary. and be the night that the decorationswill with :Mrs. Alphie M. C. Seigler and son spent
and Libby Campbell. Although Mrs. Madeline Smith and I be judged. First prize will be Thanksgiving Saturday with the Bryan \\1utI I li Mb
the weather was a bit son Parrish and Mrs. Iva McKinney I OUR OWN TEA pkg. 89'
raw, 229 people went thru the Roger, all of Keystone, were ?5, and 2nd and 3rd will be $2.50 in Auburndale.I fields in Campville. ,
Thanksgiving Dinner guests of and Mrs. C. B. Stallings The R. V. Turners had as then
unit each.The I ... .
Miss Gertrude Houser at her next meeting of the Garden the Thanksgiving holidays guests last Friday Mrs. TurneiV- :"_ .. vS.. : ..! ..;;n.'I...__ .. *" ...'_ @ l..
1*. T..1. Board Meets (spent '- !'!' '0. -'---- < -."- ,_. .... ._.. ., > _.'
home on Lakeview Drive. Club will be the Annual Christmas i with relatives in Miami. grandmother, Mrs. Dora Burtonof
Monday evening, Nov. 19, Mrs. Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. party and all members are I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescott and;: Atlanta, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs I
A. A. Bamford was hostess to and Mrs. Fred Dood were Mrs. asked to bring a gift to exchangeMrs. ,children of Bartow were guests of Carl Bauer and family of Greenville "SUPER RIGHT" TENDER

members of the P. T. A. Board Dodd's aunt Miss Marie Marwick, J. C. HarreU and Mrs.: Mrs. Doshie Prescott last week I Miss

when they met to work out a of Clearwater, and Miss Mar- Warren Mizell Jr. and Mrs. G. \\'. ,end. -- !, Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Smci.ia; I II

budget for the year. I wick's friend Miss Peg; Boyd, also Davis were hostesses for the eve I had as weekend guests his brother I II FULLY COOKEDPlrNlr

Present were Clinton West I of Clearwater.Mr. rang.Bridal. i 1.. .....?.....'..?.. j I 1 I I and sister-m-law. and Mrs I
principal of the school; Mrs. Bon and Mrs R. C. Pekie were Shower Duncan Sinclair of Moultne, Ga

me Jones, Mrs. Edwina Moody Thanksgiving Day dinner guests Mrs. Gerald Dukes a recent STATE FARMI Thanksgiving guests of Mi
Mrs. Doris Sunderland, Mary K if their .
son-in-law anj daughter I bride was honoree a lovely and Mrs. H M.: Richarde \vei-
Schaeffer and the hostess, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. George Kaufmann. :i shower given in the Civic Center their daughter, Jane Richarde of

IJamford. Following the business ')f Starke9VVWWW Ion Thursday night of last week. I I I5y Janet Turneri : Gainesville, and Mr. anj Mr?. J I
at hand, Mrs. Bamford served :! Indoor games were played and i i Phone 135-J Starke. '
rake and.. roffep.Vlibral ------......------ |is was given to Mrs. Donald :
------ .yyyyyy y yyyyy prize 1tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMr !, _Mr..._. _and_ Mrs._ J. C. Wallace had

( On Friday? 58th, Nov.Annitrrsary 23 Mr. and PINE LEVEL j.son:i Dukes.Green Hostesses, Jlrs. Earl were Green Mrs. Mrs.l Wile i ii and Mrs R. P. McLendonhad i as Mrs.Thanksgiving Dan Bryant, guests Mrs. Isabel Mr Edwards and :I I IU1 1 LULl i

Mrs. William H. Smith of Kiv-. .,T. \\'. Markey, Mrs. Mandy Lewis, as guests Wednesday through and Mrs. Wallace's niecesMir.es I
stone Heights achieved a wital Mrs. Malcolm Lewis, Mrs. Dave I Ii Sunday of last week Mr. and Mrs 'I' Wells and I JoarMvnihan
to.'r.. : II. 'l. "trltiie i :McDonell and sons of Tam-
status few couples can hope to |Green. Mrs Mildred Green and I' Rudy I : all of Jacksonville

i attain. They quietly celebratedtheir 4 AAAAasaaaasAAAAAAAaaaa Mrs Leslie Green. pa.Mr. I .
Mth! wedding anniversary! Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. and Mrs. H. R. Barrett and I SMALL C I
Rev. and Mrs W. E. Hall attended children the weekend in I thejuu
They make their home with their entertained with a barbecue at spent : THE KIOI1T I'OIXT for
son-in-law, Mr. and the revival Dlt'Ctingat I:their home in honor of Mr. and : Monticello visiting his parents. j' write. Cone in and sofeet -
daughter and ( : nay
Mrs. s E. McKayDuring the day home Webster last week, returning I i Mrs. Ronald Barnette of Miami, I the W. C. Barretts.Mr. : | jour fa\onto F.sTEKBRUOK 4 to 6 Ib to Lj'lAverage
relatives and close friends drop- Thursday afternoon. !quests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green i and Mrs. J. G Caldwelland !, n.untiiiit I'en. TFl.t:(.I\l'U.
Mr. and :Mrs. L II. Henderson I and Mr. and Mrs Ernest Edwards. I Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn
pro in to extend. best wishes of Dublin Ga. spent a short whit: 'Those attending were Mr. andMrs. !,I and sons of Starke spent Thursday I I

happy pair.TersnmiU with the I r. jr. [c.aesonday: Earl Green and family, Mr.i of last week visiting in Pa- II I

on their way home after spending 'and Mrs. Ernest Edwards and latka. FRIGIDAIRE
Mrs. M. r Elliott has I I'fi'mily. iwt.
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returned I Thanksgiving and the and Mrs. It!. J. Collins hen
week- Mr. and :Mrs. Lloyd Wood Mr. _
to her home in Raleigh, end 1 Fr dit ::;
week with their son-in-law and! and Bill Hinton and son Johnnie. as: guests larA Friday :Mrs. Collin-
ter Thanksgiving THE KEST-KXOWN
I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Don Westmorland i, daughter, Mrs. Don Tilley and son
with her son-in-law and daughter i NAME I IX ELECTRICREFRIGERATION Super-Right ExtraLEAN
Morgan near
Jacksonville. They' and daughter Jeannie Lynn of of Jacksonville.
Mr and Mrs Clinton West. :
Lawrence K. Walrath and his I came this way to visit Rev anMrs. d. Gainesville were the Thanksgiving; 'i(. Thanksgiving holiday guests of! i ,
C..I Hall. ,ipuests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd,: Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crews were ItAXGESWATER
spent wife, Thanksgiving from Washington Diy with D. MrU'alrath's .II Mr. and Mrr W. B. Starling, Wood. Patty Bigham accompanied:: Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Crews. and I HEATERS MrATYS SPARE RIBSIb 39c

parents. Mr. and Mrs. and son of Jacksonville spent the Westmorlands home for a few!.i daughter Montgomery Ala.. ; AIR CONDITIONERS

Frank Walrath Sr. The younger)! Thanksgiving with Mrs. Almi 'day and her parents. the Bill' Mr. ana :Mrs.: John Crews and I WASHERS & DRYERS .- -
Starling.Mr. I I Bighams. were dinner guests of i family of Monticello and Mr. and! I -
Mr. Walrath had just come fromMiami i I
and Mrs. Gerald 'the MiTi Mallette Hale and of ,
William: Westmorlands on Saturday son Thin Sliced
where, on Tuesday, he had I Super-Right Top Quality
and son of Melrose spent Thanksgiving j night and brought Patty home. Lake Butler. ; Get The Best For Less
convention in
made a talk at a
1 Day with Mr. and :Mrs. Marcia and Nancy Green spent Mr. and Mrs. L. Durden had a>
his capacity as a member of the I I ; AtSmith's Ib
Russell Thomas. the Thanksgiving holidays with holiday guests Mr. and Mrs. R 45cI
CommissionOn BACON
Interstate Commerce I I BREAKFAST
Friday evening Xov. 23. lie Rev. O J. naulermn of Jacksonville 1 their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Rossiter and Mr. and Mrs i
spent Friday night of IJ. E. Hardy in LaCrosse. D. T. Dreden and their granddaughter GarageSales
was the guest speaker at a ban: last week with the H.'M.: McRaes i I :Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green andlMr. I Miss June Tate, all of !! I .-.. J
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at the Jacksonville Junior -
quet I Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Myrick and : and Mr. Wilson Green Jacksonville. I

College.Mr. I sons of Winter Haven, Mr. andMrs. !I Thanksgiving with Mr. and :\rs.// Brant Turner spent Monday an I II I and Service Fresh r, 5
and Mrs. Everett Fox and I
: Robert Myrick: and children Julian Green and Mr. and :\Irs'i Tuesday with his grandfather We Senic All Makes of I Ib
children were Thanksgiving guests j I GREEN BEANS 12C .
and Mrs. Sue Myrick of Starke. I Alex Williams in Jacksonville.Mrs. Roy Turner, in Lake Butler. i Electrical: Appliances
the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.
at and Mrs. Irene Green and Mr. : W. L. Douglass and Mr.: Mrs. J. E. Godwin and children '
Ford family in Melrose. I 606 N. Temple Ave.PHONE Crisp Tender Calif.CARROTS. -c \
A. and Roberts of Keystone Heights,and Mrs. W. T. Blair and son spent Thanksgiving in the Scrub\
Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Walrath visited the H. M. McRaes Sun- j Billy attended a birthday dinner with Mr. Godwin.Mr. 120 2-lbbag 19c

Jr. and family spent Thanksgiv- day afternoon. '''given in honor of Joseph McLeod and Mrs. M. C. Roberts had I I
intr w,. .in.. Orlando".._... with nun Mr._'n and lira .
Rob Bowles. Mrs. Bowles is the I !. 11 Iceberg I ll

former Ann Walrath. I i LETTUCE head 23C W
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cannon and

spent children Thanksgiving Butch and in Mary Tallahassee Anna THIS SALE REPEATED BY POPULAR REQUESTFIRST BIG Sweet Juicy I'

with Mr. Cannon's sister.

Mrs. Don Hartwell. and family.I IN FIRST IN FLORIDA Ibhag 23cFULL. ;

They also visited another sister I ORANGES
Mrs. Charles Alford. and family, PHILC 0
and Mr. Cannon's sister-in-law QUALITY QUALITY

Mrs. L. K. Cannon and children | OF JUICEGRAPEFRUIT

Mr. Cannon's brother L. K., is

presently in Korea. I pound bag
Mr. and Mrs. Bart Lawless and) 8 39c

children of Jacksonville! spent H
Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mr* j

William Waits and family.
The home of Mr. and Mis. I 1j

Sawyer was the scene of a happy 1 1111 I1
family reunion MODEL 736 M I PIIILCO PIIILCO MODEL 1355 j A&P

when Mrs Sawyer's parents, Mr II I 1 I '

and Mrs. Sam Alford of Blounts- I CLOCK RADIO Automatic PortablePHONOGRAPH II '
I 1Ii
brothers Joe and i for li'i:!
town her twin I I i TOMA TO SOUP 2 19c ;
James Alford and her sister and (Picture Not Shown) FIJI

brother-in-law. and Mrs. Larry | # ill I ,,I, .
La}[('(, and the LaMee children 5-TTUE CLOCK RADIO II"
all gathered at the Sawyer ,; I I I'i I'' I'I II,n.I n.' i
good 1.I10WOOD; CA1HXET Best Values of the Season I I III :
Needless to a i
home say (l I III I,,' ,
time and dinner -was had bv' SPECIAL PURCHASE Perfect Playmate for People on ,''I I : II,I, Ann PageVANILLA I' :

all. the automatic record I Ii
so. 3-speed
Mrs Clayton Purvis of Moul- i FOR BARGAIN HUNTERS (changer big tone output 11 !r II! 4-oz '
trie, Ga. spent Thanksgiving with ii EXTRACT :
her son-in-law and daughter Mr Ii Trade-in on your old radio heavy magnet speaker built to III i I I I I
and Mrs. George! Massa, and the'I I I $1 6 regardless of condition on go places in russed travel-light. 1111 I ,

Massa children, Phyllis and Gina i I I purchase of 736: :M ONLY $49.95 gray leatherette case. I i I Iii
Mrs. Purvis returned home Thursday
I I .I Ii
evening and on Friday evening WEEKLY TERMS I I",,

the Massa family went to j ONLY $49,95 Priced to go FAST Better Hurry! Jane Parker ;:' ;
with u
Moultrie for the weekend

Mrs.people Perhaps Purvis.do. you when wondered the ambulancewent as most i:i III, I DIG VALUE POP CORN 19c \\1 j I 1I

Model: 4201-S: I
through town with sireiuwide .r : "C. l
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ope : "5t Friday evening I IH --A I -- I:
close to f uclnckyou wonderedwho il lL.i Philco TVs I I I'I l
was uit or ill.'f' found I
that it was Hen Merntt. a retired I i II lana Sliced and HalvedPEACHES F'i; I II
I :
Naval Cl.:.>-i. ..ho lives on Lake ; I : 21-Inch I

Santa heart attack Fe. 'rul He he had was suffered taken to a .I III i", i I.... (m(11t-:.. ( .t q j 1rIJJ! : 7. x -- Picture : No.2% lii iii!I !;

11 LJ- ... _:,, '.."U..lJ roil 1--; I 'I 27c
the Naval Hospital.Mr. I Iii -.. h-.-,.. 'K"W-.
and Mrs Carl Wist nip of II j r- .i/ .
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Syracuse N Y. who have bt'Cn' I V1..L. .: 'z. ,_ .bb..... buds 1 ONLY I I
at White Feather Court .--7... .. I' I _
living I. ..rt .,>..r ...';"'I... I., ,''I -- -
for several weeks have recently I '. .J.- I $2-" u-_
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purchased what everyone calls ''I ; :# 4 ', (\ :Melo-Bit Sliced American & Pimento A&P
"the pink house" formerly the "''>:Jj'_ 11.. '_ ;J Per Week FOOD
-7 J '- :__ : IIII
home of Al Nelson The house is I t J .
1 I
located in that picturesque setting ,, II :' -- I II 11 II AFTER i CHEESE 8-oz lSc BROCCOLI SPEARS

that is featured on so many II e-= -- J II
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Keystone Heights; Post Cards. l Iii I for
Miss Lucille Jameison of Syracuse I:;!ii' I 2 33cBest
N. Y spent Thanksgiving ICI 11 I; MODEL( Sfi2 -- EK.'IIT CUBIC FOOT J A 95 'II'l

and the two preceding days with III!!j :i 5r' PAYMENT tI fl, : West Whole Green

her friend Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ii II',,ai Philco Refrigerator
Egan, of Ke>stone she had been : 11111 No. 303 can A & P

in Tampa visiting her brother ant: I I'',i. Only I $189.95 -- Easy Terms DELIVERS Swivel Legs Automatic Top Touch Tuning Ill, BEANS 23c BABY
family. Miss Jameison is a nurse I II IIin j'I I
charge of Chest X-Ray at II!: Mahogany Wood Cabinet Philco Transformer t ,iIII'
'! I Chiller Drawer Self-Closing Door Latch Rigid,
Grouse-Irving Hospital in Syra- I i II I I ii Full-width Steel Shelves One-Piece Steel Cabinet Powered Underwriters Approved Removable If,, 70-oz pkg. 4 f c
cuse. Ii ijMr.
;i Automatic Interior .t
and Mrs. Chester Moody!: I'i Light Acid Resistant i .1
Filter Glass Aluminized Picture Tube. u> ;, ...
and three children celebrated! I Iii 1 Porcelain Interior 1"1In i MMI. N-.HI NN .M. Mw wN
Thanksgiving Day: at the home"j
of Mr. anti Mrs" Joe Moody of:' I I In WE HAVE AN EXPERT TV SERVICE MAN A&P French Fried

New River. The dinner was in the i
nature of a family reunion with !. ., ,u? aW MWM U4;*U4,, FROZEN POTATOES

about 2:i members of the Moody '! Ii C. H. NASWORTHY GENERAL SUPPLIES
I' ; Starke Fla. I
family on hand to enjoy turkey.1! 9-oz pkg. for 1 r c
and all the fixin's. |1:1:'j
: I I! 310 EAST CALL ST. STARKE FL.\. PHONE IDS 412 Call St. Starke. Fla. I lJ
Mr. and M!'!' A. M. Batte-i | I

and four sons of Brunswick, Ga.: ':, I i : I; : ',:-- -=:_- ;= '"= : ,: ---=. A :_, ---: -.-<'-:- .-f.-- -ifH I
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Pritchard and =



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r rrrrrrrrSssrrrssyr.sJ--j-rsrrS Joyce Bolton And Stephen Weldon AreVed -

Soil Conservationist Garden Club Christmas Store \1.! .", lft'it'hah: -r 1.: .
In Double At \! ttL'.' i "t".h,'..r. J..
Ring Ceremony Baptist Church Presents Talk, Film
I lriDi; -..;; \eclrr. To Appear
A' ,
II At Garden Club Here I 2' : \ :' in r '.hi.h.-
I .
I i i' -I .i'I.tri''t .-- _-- i iV
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BiI!! Haas. Soil Conservation i i ..'.' h'rl'l.notlfl..tI thtt a II
l.t ,
i > 'M'''r.t-i ..! -
i Service technician of Bradford 4 .s
ii n:> mil it--: '
i I County. showed a beautiful colored :;L (' -
I 4" A i- ,'. 'I, riir.I:: against .
Gladys Mooty film on Conservation in Florida at j ; you In n-
I :r"-- t'I O.-urt and cau > a1 "
Phone 35 II I I the regular meeting of the Stark .1 f rt.g'i.reil:: to serve a. ;pv '
II I Garden Club Monday evening in C-L 1'N *4 v -\\ .r <.r.. Planner plf'adlno: >. !n :htl .-
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the Parif.h House. t ,
!M." I I.: $.II-t. r t I
I I, Following the film Mr. Haas i.l liMi I lk .,_ .
Florence Officers Are ElectedAt t!
I told of his department's service ,. ", tl trie original ?n the off,. .
Kenneth Prater Of FHANew to farmers and small .', ..---. !).f .t., '' ..r;" of the Cliviilt IVim 01
Meeting i U Tt.pw \ .ii1i gardeners '.. ',.. :1 (!..\. r ii-- .
iI and ended his talk with a : _
I ques- \\1'! .f ih; all'-tat.! -
To Wed Dec. 30 "
officers elected at a meet- I iI tion and answer period. o' i' "'III"lnl will be taken a-

ing of the FHA Monday night j ; \ Mrs. H. A. Lawson president. .'"'ftffd' nutn-e by you.shall b* publ'srr

were Mary Starling. president; I prewded over the meeting and "' ,. "I\'h u" *.>k for tour c >n-- cj\' -
v. Ks in the Bradford County T..
Cecelia :McComb. president elect: I Miss Clara Leaman gave a beautiful I _- graph "-

!Betty Gaskins vice president; I I devotional. A report was'' : '. rl 'I, j:; \ila\ >f X.\. ..

.Glenda Parker, secretary; Beverly -II Ii I : ; tv made on the Christmas Store L ."r'l. lal Seal) Charles A. Darbv-

Green, treasurer; Elizabeth Pre- i |. sponsored by the club which is sJI --- rlerk of the Circuit Cr'
and Alice II B% Marian I.. Crosby, Deputy ("I'rl.
vatt parliamentarian I maintained W.
at 141 Call Street II h' ,- .

Faye Newman and Rhoda Hines I i through Dec. 15. Members are.askedto ___ : -

leporters. i. help keep the store Mrs. Lucile Davk and Mrs. I. Circuit Court. Hrndford taunt. .
who with her Harry Mooty shoun dUplajlnff ChrM- Florida IB Chancery.
Mrs. ,
Harry Lappe
I I stocked with hand-made articles ma'* arrangements at the Starke I I.: :J. Mir'Hil.. \. I'i.v.,' .
\ .husband owned two bakeries in i: for Christmas and to assist in Garden Club Christnuw More at 144V. I h', I 1- .1 I Klll'V, .I.l I 1''of. I"i "| .
: _II \ 'all Street ., .
I i uhich i-> selling handmade Christmas Cav, \ i : : _
Starke several years ago. was I i staffing the store. It was announced sprajs, wreathx' Order of Publication and .Notice to
i : that the annual Holiday swags handlvtork.stolles. hand dressed dolls, .-orsages. holiday Appears Male of Florida Toi
(special guest at the meeting giving arrangements .. .
Th'.I'.J: KilrJr.' uli i
I ; House Tour would be held Friday; aprons, hand-embroidered pillow (rases home baked1 I ,i I"h"t ..n.i! ..idili.Flout. -. *- "'- ". '. .

|! the girls a demonstration on ', evening Dec. 21 and the committees goods and candle The (Christma !store will be open until Ic-<,. 15, M.inttl.i. X.-w .l.iv\

I'cake decorating. .i. for the tour were given. and the proceeds are lIt'inu..t'd/ for Harden' Club sponsoml projects. : I .You.ct.rnbt-r are 11 required. I'l'.b. to in appear m, onI1.

: For the program Mrs. Lappe I As the members and guests arrived named Court and cause, when .:.
pl.t:lu?I 'f'k!' divorce.
I decorated a cake which had been : for the meeting a dessert I Morgan Outlines In NOTICE' TO Ai'I'F.'cii I Bradford County Telegmnh shaH!!
Miss Stremus writing I! k. 1 rirriili ( oart. Itrndford ( publish this Order In next fourweekly
;' baked by I : course was rirved by the hos- riorUni la Chancery 'oon'1 1ssueLWIIII"

Gli the cake "Future Homemakers ,', tesses. ,School Needs Tli"'''.|'.i, I .s.uxx, r. |1.; .,,nff, xAt.n.i my hand and official
trI.1F .N.it.; .. .
'of the 1 j Siw l > 't.inl.int: '
America" and surrounding ,, 1i seal at Starke Florida this L'tith
i i I .1> ;I. J 11.1:.2: I
phrase with roses and leaves. i,I Set i Continued fn.m Page 11, Antler To Appear ,'ti\ ..f x">"'mi.l r. iiji._

.. Wedding Saturday j 1" Ann'* ;.Viri' :-.l" \ r. uii<,,o I(OFFICIAL SEAL)
... Charltj. ,\. lurhy,
school -iilen. "J .,.t.ic.--| ,I' :,],, j.v;
For Reddish I purposes.In :. Clfifc of the Circuit! ('. 'Ir'
Janice I Ih Strut. lir.'iijh: ;NIK y"rl} I '
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Martin of 'Altar SocietySt. I 19o6-37 Biadfoid'ii assessed You icr'- li.r. i.j. n.>tiri. <1 that a suit T.v Marion .I>. Cr..vi.\, Ii,'|>utv (',, rk
-' !:And Robert McClellan I II ,I for divorce has len fit, d against (Chas R. He ". !04-0i Guaranty Ute
Starke announce the engagementand Edward's Altar Society will i j z-_ -f-1 : \'aluation'us around five million >'''n in the al.oxe named ('urt and Building.: Jacksonville. Fla.Ati .
approaching marriage of their I i I I II dollars! cau- and you are > > f.r I'lf ll ::0' it i: :1
hold a card party next Wednes-, I I raising some $;S.212. The rrijuir.il t.i s.-rit- ,
Florence Elizabeth to The wedding of Miss Janice I I a copy of your answer or pli-aihnpi I'
daughter the Parish county was required to put I" 'I he <'"unl Ju.litr-H (' urt Of
c"ay evening. Dec. 5. at i I Louise Reddish daughter of Mr. up to the complaint on the Plaintiffs > ''
Kenneth T. Prater son of Mr. and llrnillonl Count,, rioriila.
SG0.900 in \tti.rnrx || r. Italdwin. ,
the matching funds leaving I'.i-t Offi -
Cleveland Hall which\ is open to public. The First Bapti Chur-h .)f nes wen black She wore a and Mrs. George Reddish of lIeil-! l'.-x l tll4, iainx-\llf. In I'roliale.<<
G. T. Prater of KU.11,1.1 an.l .
Mrs. I I
75c and please bring $6.000 to be spent loyally.Ve i III II.. K",Ut.' of Mar\ .\ > in-1! .
Admission is I Starke was th scene it the wed ,ir.sige "f pink Dewtiante came1-! I bronn Springs to Robert Leslie the original in the office of !i y 1
Tenn. cards. There will be. I "\ have gained about 500 children !- the. n.rk of the rinuit Court on I NOIK iio iirniNIKS
The wedding will take place Dec. your own : ding of Miss Joyce Dolton ;" > has I McClellan son of Mr. and Mrs. L. <.! Ix-furr tlif ".I.-t day of I iH-reinber. I I I All |>.'T-.1I- having iii'r, .j.-]
For reservations in that period and have less nianil.imain theI.it.' ,.f Mi %
door prizes. I 1956
Churchof Stephen Andrew Weldun Jr <>nJfov. Mrs Weldon the bmlegroom'snlnther. McClellan of Lawtey will bean ; otherwise the allegations of
Starke .
30 at 3 in the A. Staiivl.urj: -, d-i.t'o'ii. ..ir.h. ret
p.m. to educate said %
Mrs. Lowell Mathews, money them the Conipamt will be taken as'!
God. All friends and relatlves r.lease call 21 at 5:30: oYlock The Rev woie a rose lace dres event of Saturday evening superintendent I....nf.-< ediy )'ou. j notified and r"'llIir..1 to t II. t I h. r
1333.Recent II said. clainix in the off it-.. 'of th i'.un'j,
of the couple are invited. phone Lewis D. Haines officiated at the with matching accessories. Shr Dec. 1, at 7:30 o'clock in the Heil- This. notice shall be published ,I Judg" of Bradford Coiinn. Fl"rnl.i
Births double ring ceremony.The wore a corsage of feathered white: bronn Baptist Church. A receptionwill Morgan also laid blame for muchof ..on. each w.-ok for four consecutivenecks | in the County Courthouse it St.nki.1
TilE RIGHT POINT for the carnations.A the schools' financial trouble in the Bradford County Tele- I I Florida within eight "'..ti&'ui.hurfluoflths
I. of follow the ceremony at the graph.
bride is the daughter (
from the date of th. f.i -t
way you write. Come In and select Doctors Hospital announces the Mr. and Mrs. Earl Edward Eden- reception was held immedia- home of the bride's parents, Rt. tt: the door of homestead exemp- 19.11.l)at.-d this 6th tion. He said he felt that same will i becomeoid anonlntr I t >
following : the wedding in the 2, Box 103, Starke.No everyone ( SEA!;) I
favorite ESTERBRUOK of Jacksonville and Mr. Wel- tely following .
your field who had children in law This 27th; day t>f .Nt.i\.nl. r
I :Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rudolph don is the son of Mrs. S. A. Weldon educational building of the invitations are being issued I school .. Charles .\. Darby, I 1'56.
Lane of Green Cove Springs. a should pay some taxes for the sup- Clerk of the Cin-iiit ( O i:. STAXSBritY
Staike and the late church. The bride's table overlaid but all friends and relatives of Py .
Sr. of Marian L.
Crosby, Deputy 'ourt'l: Administrator <>of tl.
Jr. I I port of schools although he would
Lane ,
ILC son. Thomas Rudolph Mr. Weldon. j I with a white aitin lace-trim the couple are invited to attend. II ::u' 41-- --. -- ..Mat- ..r M.ir\ \ 'i ,11,
I "
DA Nov. 26. Lot make this "burdensome. l.iirx .I.-.I
the med cloth had nosegays of yellow IIl'lf10 _trrnui F'r-t ;, \.. !t.
for : .n'.i .I
ATBSTARKE the background II j | n \ M II i if -
FL-: Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sapp of :Mid-I Forming chrysanthemums placed at the Following a suggestion from the I In iri'ull (',.urt, Ilrnclford ('''Da'". I 19: ;...
I candlelight wedding were palms j MeetingsThe Kli.rlil.it In ( Imnrerr.An *
L i dleburg a son. John Will Nov. floor. it was decided that the PTA I'
I four corners. The table was centered I ,
and candelabra holding illio Tniiu d. oliv.-ir.i. ri.'intitf, '
26. I greenery with a fourtiered'eddin should sponsor the formation of i'- Maria de .'o.-ta Olix.ir.i. l",'t. ..,1-
I lemon yellow burning tapers. Centering three circles of the Methodist ant.
Citizens Council for
SUN MON. TUES. a Better
cake around which was a garlandof 'I weekas Ca-e X.. 1" .
the altar wan a sunburst WSCS will meet next i Schools. l" :>
I This would be
DEC. 2-3-4 yellow roses and was topped ( an organization Noilre TnPP.II..
It's A Fact!
arrangement of yellow gladioli. follows: I of laymen who would To. Maria d.- C..t.t niwhue | \ i

DOUBLE FEATURE and giant chrysanthemums tied with the traditional bride and Circle 1, Mrs. T. H. Slade. leader study the situation and let the .rrMdcnce and addrr .- (1'r FLORIDA
1. The function of each orgim room. It was flanked by crysta'candelabra
In The Dust"TECIIXICOLOtt with a large yellow satin bow. will meet Tuesday morning at I I public know just how serious the are hereby notified that a suit
of jour body h directed and the holding yellow tapers :10 o'clock at the home of Mrs. matter is. for divorce ,
Canova played
Mrs. L. A. has been filed .
agalnn theabove
The bowls encircled you n
crystal punch -
controlled by the nervous system. Robert Green on Pratt Street I
selections preceding and named 'ourt and cauxe and
nuptial Mrs. R. V. PTA
Chapman -
John Agar, Mamie Van Doren, Tommy with fern and yellow chrysanthemums with Mrs. Hogan Smith as co- you are required to serve a copy of THEATRE
during the ceremony. were on either side named Merntt Williams as I I your answer or pleading to the
and Richard Boone Haines vocalist. sang 'Throughthe hostesa thairman of this and asked complaint on the Pliin'ifftt>-ney
2. FalN, strains, jolN and of the cake. Circle 2, Mrs. J. H. Fields II. c. lialdnin. 1'. O. Pox 104 .
PLUS Years" and "Wedding Prayer. for volunteers to serve. Much <:.iint--\ilie I Floridaand
jars j>roduce spinal misalignments II ." The traditional wedding \i The cake was cut by the brid&saunt. leader, will meet Monday after-I terest was indicated and an in-// file the ..ilK...... In the office" SAT. DEC 1
"The Rose Tattoo"Burt which In turn produce I Mrs. Leonard S. Blanton of noon at 3 o'clock at the of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
marches were used. fort will be made to secure repre- |!or. In-fore Hie 'II:I d.tof I id. i cij. Klf.; DOUBLE FEATURE
Lancater and Anna M.tgnani nerve pressures. Nme pressure Given in marriage by her step- Fort Pierce and another aunt Mrs. L. D. Green with Mrs. J. F.I sentatives from all section of thet't'1356; otherwise the' allegations of

disturbs function, louers Mrs. Randolph C. Thomson of Hunt as co-hostess. I said Complaint will be taken as
Plus Color Cartoon For Kids father, the bride wore a ballerina Gainesville assisted her in I county. confessed by you. .
serving Circle 3 Mrs. L. J. Green leader

This notice shall be
resistance and results in disease publishedonce
I IED. | length gown of Chantilly lace the cake. Punch was served will meet Monday afternoon at Preceding Morgan's talk. Mrs. each week for four consecutive !
\\' ., THURS., DEC. 5-6 over white taffeta. The bodice by Mrs. Walter Shaffer of Travis 3 o'clock in the educational build Chapman reported on the recent graph.weeks In the Bradford County 'fele- ,

DOUBLE FEATURE S. Your Chiropractor is equip- had a sweetheart neckline and its the bridegroom's aunt and Mrs I ing with Mrs. Titus Olson and State PTA Convention held in St. I I'.ttfd Ih.-- :2"! ilai ..f. V.\ I ''if
long rfeeves ended in points over J. Kindred Smith of Jacksonville Petersburg. Rev. \\'. S. McAliley ((Official Seal) Charles A. Dal by
Ith scientific instrument Mra L. J. Green as hostesses. Clerk of the Circuit Court .
The ped \\ !
"Behind the wrists. The taffeta. cummer- Assisting in serving the guest I cpened the meeting with a devo- ]By Marian L. Crosby Deputy rl..rkII

to locate and remove nene bund formed a pleated panel down tional. :TI: Ii I I. .1.1NOTICK I UO'01I nAn lMC
Wall"Tom were Mrs. George Anderson. Mra BRIDGES TAYLOR fUllER -

High pressure.! the back of the skirt. Her \'eil' Carl Mathewr Mrs. L. D. Haines, Circle 4 NoticeCircle TO APPt:.\R CMI bf MTWCOO)

Tully and Sjhla Sidney of shoulder length French illusionnet Mrs. Jack Parker and Mrs. L. A New Cub Scout Pack i I. Clrrult ('ourt, Bradford County, --< BUiftfM tl MIUlCM UUASWt to.,.
4. Countless thousands of | Florida I. Chancery
4 of the Methodist WSCSwill
was attached to a satin band
Canova. John K :McMahon. l'I.llOlIff.. \ PLUS
I'LUS"Roogie's sick people have found Chiropractic which had rosettes of illusion centered Guests were greeted at the hold its regular monthly Is Organized HereA J..an C :\M.ihon: I Defi'iid.int

effective after all othermethods meeting at the Recreation build- 4'a'f Xo; I" 1t.T.Notlre
Bump"Robert with seed pearls on either door and presented to the receiving To AppearTo

failed.If side. She carried a French bou- line Mrs. ing on Tuesday, Dec. 4 at 8 p.m new Cub Scout pack is be- : Jean I'. McMahon wlm-t, i.-
by P. L.
Marriot and Ruth Warrlck .I' Bridges. Mrs. L. C. Hinson will be hostess. ing formed in Starke under the ( ..ni'O and addn- i i.' \'lIkll.\\
quet of stephanotis interspersed: Miss Martha Weldon the bride.room's You are hereby notified that a
Plus Color Cartoon conditionill not sponsorship of the Presbyterian
with puffs of bride's illusion and sister kept the bride'sbook. Miit fordlorcc.
Church it was announced this i .ire, cii'-tudx .init "I'
respond to Chiropractic, your satin loops and centered with a Executive Board of hiltl I i
FRI., SAT., DEC. 7-8 tell I week at Pack 70'a regular monthly minor
Chiropractorill gladly yellow throated orchid. Out-of-town guests at the wed- has been filed against you in He
meeting. above named Court and caus and .
DOUBLE FEATURE you so. :Mrs. Hague M. O'Quinn thebride's ding were: Mrs. J. Kindred Smith The executive board of the you are required to serve a copy of

"Tumbleweed"TECHNICOLOR cousin of Jacksonville was Mrs. Eric Sonderquest Mrs. E. A. Starke Woman's Club will meet Dens 6, 7 and 8 of Pack 70 will your answer or pleading to the
be transferred to the new unit complaint on tb. Plaintiff'sAttorn
1.V STARKE IT'S TilE matron of honor and her only at- Haskins Mrs. Albert Miller. Mrs. Thursday afternoon. Dec. 6, at <.y II. C. r.aldxxm 1 P ""

tendant. She was attired in n Oscar Swenson. and H. M. 3:30: o'clock at the club house. in the near future to provide a I P.ox 1 tH. (iaineM ill, Florida.
working nucleus. Den Mothers and file the orIginal in the officeof
Audle Murphy, Lone Nelton BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC yellow satin sheath drew which O'Quinn of Jacksonville; Mr. and I the Clerk of the Circuit Court oa
Mrs. Elmer Thomas Mrs. Dre v
'. and Chill11H featured a satin cummerbund and Mrs. R. C. Thomson and Mrs. UDC or before the
MeetingThe '
Ratliff and Mrs. Willard Wynn 31 cl.uof i'- i-mb.r r> ,>,.
a neckline trimmed in pearls. She Eppie Frazier of Gainesville; D. otherwise the allegations of aald
PLUS will have of these dens.
CLINIC wore an overskirt of yellow R. Shaffer of Winter Park; Mr W. T. Week's chapter. I Complaint will" be taken a. confessed !I
to Cub 1
Any boys wishing join by you.
"The Shanghai Story"Ruth French illusion. Her satin head- and Mrs. Walter Shaffer and son U.DC. will hold their December Scouts are artked to contact the I This notice ft all be published Half Fare Hare (Cartoon)
band was trimmed with bronze of Travis; Mr. and Mrs. L. 'once each week for four consecutive !
Blocks North 1'ost Oilier
Roman and Kdinond O'Brien 4 of S meeting Wednesday afternoon. Rev. \\'. S. McAliley or Mrs. W 'weeks In the Bradford County T.l.- Chapter No. :'J King Carnh'alSerial

Modern Method.! Lady chrysanthemums and her mitts Elanton of Fort Pierce; Mr. and De('. 5 at 3 o'clock at the homeof R. Miller. The new pack will have 'I luted thi. :2S day of Noxoml.t, .
Plus Serial Chap. Xo. 10 ( )
were of matching yellow. She Mrs. C. S. partin of Eustis Miss 19J6.iuFFIC1AT. I
; L. Davis.
Mrs. A.
Kids Assistant Steam Baths its meetings on the first Tues SEAL) Charles A. Parb
Color Cartoon carried a cascade bouquet of Audrey Newman of Madison; and day of the month. Clerk of the Circuit Court, I

bronze chrysanthemums and satin Mr. and Mra Craig Marsh of Cal- Py M.inan I. i i"-.>-lix.I 1).-IHIIXClerk i SUN.. MON TUBS.DEC. .

... ribbons. lahan. Half Century ClubThe About 100 boys and parent: ,I _____ !11 "* Ml.1 -1 I 2-3-i

attended the meeting at the Methodist -
Olin White Jr. of Starke servedas 1 The bride chose a turquoise knit held .NOTICK TO APPR4R
Half Century club open recreation building Monday I. Circuit ('.i.urt Ilrmlford County,
QUALITY USED CARS : best man and ushers were suit with lizard accessories for r-ouse at the USO building on night. A nature skit was pre- Florida In Chancery.

Robert Barksdale and Darby Peek her going-away costume. She car. where refreshments -
Thursday evening sented by Den 6 and the Den 7;
of Lake City. I ried a fur stole and wore the orchid -
were enjoyed. -
and a program mothers served refreshments
Lower Down Payments : For her daughter's wedding 1 from her bridal bouquet. Several awards were presented _

Mrs Edenfield chose sheath i j Mr. and Mrs. i
I a Weldon will make \j
Easier Credit Terms BUS STOP
dress of slate blue silk crepe witha i i their home in Jacksonville where p i,

matching hat. Her other acces- Mi' Weldon is employed. I Faye all graduated from BUS in I Martin Luther I S :# -

'54, so it will be like old home !:Film Scheduled --
Us Before You .
Buy .J week when they get together out I PLUS

there See Eugene Magyar! I t At Church Here _

EVERY CUSTOMER SATISFIED home for a visit after comptetinz! !j Leave Us Chase It (Cartoon)

basic at Lackland AFB Leave* |j The motion picture. Mar'in, Bell & HowellWILSHIRE

AT soon for his new station in Wyoming | Luther." will be shown Wednesday WED.. THURS. DEC. 5-6

I Airman 2-c Charles night. Dec. fi, at 7:30: o'clock UK DOUIILE FEATUKE
in the First Methodist ChurchIn I 8mm MOVIE CAMERA
for Manhattan -
Jenkins left Thursday; I'
BradfordVholesale\ Motors Inc. '
Well one big weekend deserve; board replacing Sharon Sweat. Beach. N. Y. and thence annoucing the showing. Rev J% IIa A.MUiuI rR.

another so after Homecoming Hear th.it Inman Green war. the overseas for duty in Africa after Donald Kokomoor. Methodist pastor -

J33 N Temple Ave.ACROSS. Tel. :318HOW" I and Thanksgiving festivities lu.'ky winner of a shotgun given being home on 30-day leave said: "This is the same turn THE BRIDGES

FROM 1 COURTHOUSE I here we go again at the Straw-I away by the National Guard last and Airman 2-c Richard Kuhn shown recently in commen ATTOKOIU110LDKXKELLY

berry Bowl Hope the weather -! week Congratulations to Adele stationed in Orlando. also leaves movie houses all over the country I, NOW only Ii db.flD '"""
and which made box office history 0. c'.I..c by 'I II IiI(
is an nice as it was for Home-I Scholl. U of F senior, who has Dec. 1 for the same station in I

i oming the weather man was I I just been named art editor for Africa everywhere. Not one frame of the

wry considerate waiting until ) "Coedikette" 1957 edition of the Glimpsed Sandra Jones flashinga original film has been cut Not

: the in its final minutes one word of the original .'. lund!
game was I handbook diamond ring from Buzzy
freshman women. ... ....
before sending a drizzle of rain ]I Hear the Hogan Smith family hal Green Wayne and Elizabeth track has been abridged' Ui 111\\1 .. lL\CI:

that changed things from balmy children moved The film has
Haines and two a running tinifi -
turkeys to burn not
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& BALL POINT to cold! in a matter of minutes I that is i over Thanksgiving literally. from East Adkins St. to Waldo i I of one hour and 45 minutes A ."U..IUlIC' 'II( 10.:"

:..-- E'erythingwas perfect, except I Tom last weekend He's with Container free will offering will be taken MAIiriMlOOXEYPLUS
A Smith shot three with three ..
w the final score of the game . The Aaron Taylors for the privilege of using the
shots. and lila brother Dick bag- |!
BRINGS but then we can't have everything I ged two with three shots and have moved from 323 :\. Walnut I film from the Lutheran Church j

can we0 Particularly enjoyed to Avery Inn's downstairs apartment "Everyone is extended a warm i| Just drop in your film set ,

.. i our band's half time show I II | they Rot several more the same at :310 X. Walnut i j invitation to come and see this the Sun Dial sight-and '
rhof writes s/noofMy 4 easily/ without smearing{ afternoon at the BHS senior turkey I shoot. You'll get good
I the truky effects excellent pictures
lighting were shoot Buzzy Green was host at a film the pastor said I in beautiful color the I II The Story Behind the

KING-SIZE CARTRIDGE/ WITH jff4'/2.MILE WRITING CAPACITY I quite spectacular and the Thanks- II Other successful record party Thanksgiving night i very first time.wideangle Big-Time CrimeSyndkatel
sivmg theme most appropriate include the 60 teena ers present en- Hot Stove .
III FLOATING BAILioiu.truclion lent 56%
"CST"Control'.td I Congratulations, bandsters. for e Tommy Gill, who bagged a joyed refreshments and dancingto j I *

Surface for well done all deer at Blanding last week Sets House Afire more picture on your film
Tension Ink. ffioothl'rritmg.. I good job season. hi-fi Billy McRae celebrated -
No I'nwar-no skip 1.tS near.nostall.Dris that is i Bill Powell and son. Bill Jr.. eacn his 5th birthday last Sunday I big Picture-Window viewfinder I

in INSTANT STARTING. Hear that Herb and Peggy 1 I shot a deer in the Scrub Bill and Paul Kaufmann observed his! I The Fire Department was caRed -

an instant. I Graham also claimed a deer and out e long 10-foot film run i
Writes the mOffit'ni j Thomas were hosts to the Torna- I 8th with a party Saturday afternoon early Wednesday morningto

KINGSIZECartridge pviflt touches paper j do squad and coaches at a sumptuous -I L. J. Kite got a 20-pound turkey I..I Ten young friends help- extinguish a fire in a Negro's die-cast aluminum construction I

Lists i feast at the Thomas camp inI I, Jewett Fogs brought down a.| ed him celebrate the occasion with house in Reno. '

for normal months of Yuur.-h ..-..of M.*iiumvr the Scrub last Friday night 'I turkey and a deer and Charlie II gamea refreshments favors and Fire Chief D. W. Carpenter said ': I II 0asWIWAM

use. Kilra: hue ..... I the menu included such delicaciesas I| Devlin! also joined the deerslayers! the usual party doings Members the heat from a stove pipe too Buy now on easy terms at

WATERFAST- barbecued venison, beef j| Bill McRae got a deer while close
pork. I of the local Legion Post en- to the wood frame set tne
t( washes from I -
fabrics in soap STANDARD and turkey And while we'reon hunting in Tennessee. joyed a sumptuous supper Tues building afire. I I HOLDEN

or detergent. MODEl J250 the subject of food hear Marcia Kay and Max Furlongleft day night with the feature attrac- The house was occupied by Joseph f *

the M W. Lance family!: gathering Tuesday for San Antonio. tions being chicken pilau: a la Har Gadden and is owned by M:,. 0'BRIEN-SMITH\

dined in high style on Thanksgiving Texas where Max will be stationed ry Rabb and cole! slaw a la X. M Ethel Dixon, the chief said .. -.

Bradford County TelegraphPhone with a 20-pound whole roast- I at Kelly AFB Add coincidences Smith Both very tasty items,i The fire burned a hole in tnt-: QVINGASH__ BI -WILLIAM DirTWJ2 r

ed pig. complete with apple in its : Faye and Ervin Andrews I hear i i .MI t,WAKBEN DU7I :
I ceiling and the room was damaged -*si kw ow Htna: M&, .*turn**POne .....

teeth Yum! I also Starkeites are stationed at So long for now See you by smoke and water. The department
Starke Ha.S. I Note Tony (Cartoon
. Charlotte Jones is the new '!'Lackland AFB. also in San An- at the Berry Bowl was called out at 7:25 and ;

voice on the telephone switch j tonio :Max Marcia Kay, and I Carolyn. returned at 8:10. TT



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on this flower-bedecked flout sponsored by the IJIiniry Club in }

PARADE last week's Homecoming parade. Left to right: Grt"taharez, T ) I
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Martha Finley, Lane Jackson, Marian Hall, Nancy Sharnberger, Kathy I

Ridaught, and Charlene Cowart. '\ I I

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d IIOMFXOMING (JliK.Melissa: Stalling\ escorted by her brother.

Tommy was crowned at Tornado \\ hirl and reigned( utter Homecoming

game on Thanksgiving. E\c.

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1I.I.nU'III.IWI.U: GOIMI.V goes over for Bradford's lone

TOUCHDOWN touchdown in the second quarter of I.tc'c'k'. Homecoming game
: IIOMI'CCVMIMi: SPONSORS smile for the cameraman during :r lull

with Green Cove Springs. SPONSORSMr in festivities (I to rl) : ( and Ann I'ickett. Martha \aii l.:indingluunGavle

Moore, Maxine Andrews, Marilyn ('oalltl Joyce Mowers
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fltP&t65- j Mr and Mrs. D. S. Wescott of _
I i Tampa antiIr.. and Mrs Fred
: Clark spent Mr. and Mis. J K Haply and 80n1I1t'Ir and Mr.L D "',III:'
and Mis I. K.
Herman and son. Wade, of Asnej IiI :
I Mr. and Mrs family were Sunday dinner guests I Mrs. K Boyette and Mrs L T'
j \'Ilit'J., C. will be weekend guess' the weekendvith I IPom
in North Augusta. S (,fIr.. and Mrs Bill Hendrix in I Rivers of Orange Park. Dr L. II
,, of Sen. and Mra. Charier E Johns Clark ,
ksonville.! Bailey Washington, f>. C .in.
and all will attend the L'of F C
Rev and :Mrs Albert McXei 1 "'
Mr. and Mis. Kenneth ofSt
: the weekend Kyle
f Miami football Danny Cowen spent
game. last Glascow. Scotland and :New Y II iU I
Mr Augustine were Friday
|I George Kuhnart and Mi ind .I with his uncle and aunt.
\ ,,;:.i in Jacksonville visitors of :Mr and Mrs. Charles: Tilt: KIGIIT POINT for (Ii.-
!! Mrs. Walter Cook of Tampa were ana Mrs. Wayne Douglas
Dinkins. write. Come in and -
WIect -
nay you
-- I weekend guests of Mt and Mr- j
.- f h Barbecue Chit ken Dinner, Six
I favorite KsTKKBKOOh:
i Al Hartman I I Mr. and Mis. Barney jour
had Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Register of i i|, i!''tll Fight, n,.,.. Sixth Masonic
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lance Mr. and Mrs N. A Blitch of 'jr and son of Miami were ;I Fountain Ten. TKI.KGRAril: <<

as Thanksgiving weekend suests. Tallahassee will be weekend Lakeland and Mr. and Mrs. D. J7 Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and': Building. $1.50 Mr. and Mrs \'. W. Strickland

Miss Babs Lance from Charity guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. W. Wilson of Palatka were week Mrs. McRae Sr. and family. I'j j I Among those from out-of-town Jr. and children spent the weekend -

Hospital, New Orleans La., Mr. Lawson. end guests of Dr. and Mrs. C J I Mr and Mrs. R. Nichols anti;: attending the funeral of Dr. J with the Junior Stneklands .n

and Mrs. R. N. Carswell and fam- Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Cortney of Houpt. children of Palatka Were SundayI I j I: A. LeClerc Sunday afternoon. Daytona Beach. Little Dona! .

ily of Waycross. T-Sgt and Mrs. Jacksonvile were Sunday guestsof Mrs Inman Green and children Ii 'IA I evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. '', Nov. 18, at the First Presbyterian Lamar Strickland was .-hristenedat
1... J. Richardson and family of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lewis. and Mrs. W. G. iD. A. Mullis. |1 I Church were Mrs. Ivan Martell the Resurrection utheran
Strinsfellow of
Valdosta. Mr. and Mra Billy Bur- Rev. and Mrs. R. E. MacBlain the State Farm were visiting I I Orange, Satsumas. Grapefruit 1of Dallas, Texas: Vincent Laden11, Church on Sunday in aytona
Fernandina Beath, Mr. last week in Apalachicolawith I 1 I of the Platinum Comapny of Ame-
bank Jr. of spent Mrs. Manassa in Tr..p.I Sistrunl His maternal grandpats.. Di
and Mrs. Charles Lance and family Mr. and Mra George For- I George Springs last Friday. GreenCove ,. Miss Barbara Colley of New :!: rica, Attleboro, Mass.; Donald Culver and Mrs. Calvin J. H ::11. also
Island and Mrs.B tunas and family: : of Manchester, Conn.; Mr. andI
of St Simons attended this ceremony
Orleans and Miss
I a Jackie Colley of i
Mrs. B. F. Haines of 3 !
Winte- I i Mir Jim Henderson Jr. of Hamp- !
and of In- !.
R. Quinn daughter Mike Gilhooly eng FSU were home for the weekend :
Park spent last week with her I j j I ton. Ga.; Dr. Mrs. B. R. Jac-
the I' aDd '
verness. and Owen Vaughn Mr and Mrs. Henry William. '! SINGING ( ()XVEN IO.N
son Rev. L. D. Haines, and famiiy. 'j obs of D. C. and Winter
Mrs. Ruby Johns and Mrs. Edna Holy Name convention at the Fort spent the weekend in Mayo with i I The Bradford-Union Singing
Hutchinson spent Monday in Harrison Hotel in Clearwater last j her parents Mr. and Mis. Drew j I Park; Dr. and Mrs. T A. Convention will hold all-day meeting -
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Haile Jr Foote and Dr. and Mrs. George K
Jacksonville on business.Mr. weekend. I II Bell. i iI I Sunday. Dec. 2, at the Ma\:
ana Mrs. J. R. Kelly took Friends of little Bobbie Faye i and three daughters of Miami 1 Mr. and Mrs. Andrews Davis of the University of Florida yule Baptist Church. Everyoneinterested
i i I will be weekend guests of Mrs Guy I ; Col. and Mrs. John G. :Niles'
their son. Robert, and Billy Harrington Smith will regret to hear that she !'I 1 in gospel singing turged .
back to South Georgia is confined to bed with mumps. I 111'I G. Haile and will attend the and son Tommy, spent Saturday of Missoula Mo.; Dr. William i to attend. Dinner will U
and in and
: U. of F. Miami football Sunday Sanford Cocoa I Homer Turner of New York Mrs
College Douglas Ga. on Sunday Mrs. H. A. Barton. Mrs. Kar- '; game ; served. .
1 I TWIRLER Mrs. Andrews and children are I
after the boys spent the weekendat ten Ebling and Mrs. O. W. White : Mrs. Charles Hardy Sr and Leila Ridgell and Cameron Rid
home. Jr. were in Jacksonville Monday i I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bryan and \'isitingr'lath'es in Independence i gell of Gainesville: Mr and Mrs :, CHKISTIVN IUKCII LADIKS::

Turkey? No! Barbecue* ('hiekenDinner venting Mrs. C. II. Barton and I I j: children of Gainesville were I-u Green featured nils, Mo for two weeks. Ii Albert Vorkeller and Mi.ss \or-I|| The Ladies of the First Christian '

At Masonic i Unlltlin., Dec. her new baby daughter. Danna Thanksgiving !guests of Mr and twirler, helped illuminat Mrs O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J keller of Jacksonville and Melbourne Church will hold a business

6. $1.50, Served from 6 to 8.Mr. Marie i j Mrs. J. E Hardy and family. proceedings silk a spectae i W Kincaid spent the long Wf'E'k-1 ; Mrs. Leila Taff unit. Rev meeting 8 p.m. Tuesday. De<

and Mrs. J. H. Raulersonof Miss Martha Ann Winkler of Jack Clardy of Apopka was ular number, using blaring ,. end with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. and Mrs Donald Tribbs of Jack 4, in the Church.
I \'ir,1inghis sister- Mrs. Sarah pe in Tampa.
Asheville N. C. spent the weekend baton. I
Gainesville spent Thanksgiving ,. ,, :- 4 \ :.. '
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with her parents Mr. and Hunter, and family on Sunday Mr and Mrs. Carl White Jr : !".:. / ,
R.I "
day with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. ,
Kelly. Mrs. E. A. Winker! Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis and of Miami were Saturday evenin' '.....
('hri..tllla.'r"lthc'" At Sis- daughter Rita of Plainsville! K visitors of Mr. antI Mrs. Bill ;'

Enjoying a family gathering at Irunks.Mrs.. J. are visiting Mr. and Mrs E T'II.and Mr. and Mrs. Robbie ,:

the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. J. M. Vickers and children C. Lewis and familv.!\ Mr Lewis Shaller while enroute to Nash WILL LAY AWAY"

Jackson on Sunday were Mr. and were in Folkston Ga. over will return to plain-sville, next vine Tenn.

Mm P. I). Loudon and childrenof the weekend visiting her parents.Mr. I week while his family will remain f i "\\ hen jou care enough to send

Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Frank'C'a'er and Mrs. A. G. Gowen. here through the Christmas holidays. r i.l the very best" Hallmark Christmas Any WADSWORTH .:
and son of Williston and
\\ Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Littlefield Cards At nllllin ttln'.. i
:Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Loudon Jr. and daughter, of Immokalee were I Mr. and Mrs. Claren. e Cooper Mi,.< J. M Lott Sr., Milton DIP

and children of Stfke.Mr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vick- !' an,1 family visited in Chiefland Mrs Inez Hamilton and Mrs Bes ForChrisfnias!

and Mrs. Blake Jackson ers and family Wednesday of last :, and Cross, City over the holiday ciJb sic; Coffee of Jacksonville we .

and family and Bill McRae spent week. I Mr. and Mrs. p. R Entzln>:1'1 Thanksgiving: guests of Mr .nut

last week in Maryville: \ Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox and of Fernandina: were Thanksgivingday Mrs J. P. Dill.

hunting.Mr. daughters of Live Oak spent guests of Mr and Mis Tyler Mr and Mrs. D. A. Mullis Ill:

and Mrs W. D. Sexton and Thanksgiving day with Mrs D. I. Jones. I anuK: spent Thanksgiving wi"iMi ,

children of Atlanta spent the long I Silcox and Mr. anti Mrs. Vernon ( Mrs. Dora Burton of Atlanta md Mrs. Thomas J. Workman
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Silcox. 1 and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Baud Jr in Jacksonville.

Johns. I Foster Shi Smith war in Oklahoma 1 and three children of Greenville Mi and Mrs. R. O. Dansbv a!u''

Kolfs-Distinctive leather Accessories City. Okla. last week visiting Miss were weekend guests of Mr <<>ri Mickey, visited Mr. and Mi

Name in gold I'RKF I his uncle Dr. A. H. Shi who and Mrs. Sam Anderson On Sunday Butt Dansby in Gainesville Sunday

At Bullinston's. had been ill. Mrs. G. P. Wadswmth of afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. E E. Lewis and I Mrs George Bolden and daughter -;( Hampton and Mrs-. Anderson aei Miss Mamie Anderson Mr
family of Starke and V D. Dyalof of Tallahassee spent last week ,i companied Mrs. Anderson's guest P E Stone of Archer were weekend K.IJ.K.V: True beauty .ltr rIelwndable
Hampton spent the long week- with Mr and Mrs. X. M. Smith to Tampa. Mrs. Anderson anc* offr movement 1t "J
guests and Mrs EJI
J. O. Parker and for timekeeping accuracy. v t' ,
t'nJth Mr. and Mrs. family. Mrs. Wadsworth brought hat k : Davis;

and family in Homestead.Mrs. I "IVrsoiiali/e our Gifts" Quick! with them Mr. and Mrs .Tn. r>,\, r

G. C. Livingston of Tampa Service Imprinting Hihl.... Hillfolds. of Plant Citv. who are cl!pendin-: i S22.30; () -

visiting Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. i iIr. Christinas Cards, :stationary this week with the Wadsunrth-s VALUABLE COD.Materful

) and Mrs. C. H. Daw kins ; At Illillin
and daughters of Jacksonville\ are i,I Mr. and Mrs. B. Haynes of and Buzzy G""f'n0'1'. 8 3 COUNTY men of ;u.tion.So. 1 ,M r

spending Fritl.and Saturdaywith ii|i Winter Haven will be weekend Sunday dinner guests of Mt am' IELYIS' SMITH FRANCHISE .). *.)

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noll- guests of Mra Bertha Pearce Mrs Tyler Jones and family; ( OKINNE. Excitingly: l'IN

man and will attend the U. of F.- I Friends of Mrs Miriam Kick- | Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Lee hud as AVAILABLE 'aut-r ->t\ling.jewels Ii-

Miami came: on Saturday. liter of St. Augustine, former Thanksgivin Day guests MisF. BOB SMITH, as a < rew cut Klvis: Presley, gives imitation of the popular Need consientioiis dealer for 'MvuracS29)'. -
Jimmv Pierce Mrs. Mae Hawkins I Staike resident, will regret to hear W. Lee of St. Petersburg teen-age idol in !)th Grade's pri/e winning skit. ': to
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and son. Paul (Waldo ant: that she is critically ill in a hos- -Mr.- and- Mrs.- w. E. Lee and family -, County distribution of a ;.

Miss Mary Chewer of Gainesvillewere pital in Newnan, Ga. followinga of Jacksonville. They al!",') visited Mr and Mis J L> Si.-h' : and! Mi and Mrs J P Dill are n.and recently patented line 17- ; I

Thank.iving day guests of heart attack. Her daughter ,II little Richard Lee who was1 I daughter. Judy Carol.!. ut Tampa pending Tuesday to Sunday In product. Require few hour. j"f'1alc'h.. hold filled 4-' ', J f _

t Mr and Mr Titus Olson. I Miss Dorothy Kickliter. who is confined in the Bradford Count}I were visiting Mrs. Laura Tison Waycross, Ga. with Mr. and Mrj I spare time weekly. car reference steel hack expansion '+ -- -

Mr and Mrs. G. J. McCriff Sr. I employed at Green Cove Springs :, Hospital following a hernia opera over the weekend. [i Oscar Hendrix and mends and and $i20. operating ravitalwhuh band.

and son. Pat ml Mr. and Mrs was called to her- bedside the tion.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Tread'*'ell Strick- i relatives in Oulla. Ga. is secured by 1 inventory. S37 50

McCriff Jr. spent Thanksgiving i past weekend. | Lucile Davis spent Thanksgiving I land of Belle Glade were weekend Chiiken Barbecued Served 6 Earnings up to S2.V. weekly
day at a fam-lv: rt'unionith Mr Mrs. Nora Price and Mrs. E. J with her to 8 F.e ',.
I aunt. Mrs. E. 0 !guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. B SlJiO Dec. 6. at .Masonic I depending .Ind
and Mrs. R. G. Marr at Doctor's Flynn spent last week with rela-i i Causey, in Palatka Mrs. Davis also -I Alvarez and Mr. and Mrs. Paul ,, Building. Bring: Your life or Best and if work on spare limd.ot.d! l1Gem
proves satisfactorycompany
Inlet.Mr. tives in :Mobile Ala. : spent the weekend with Mr ,, Raymond. Harold Lang of Jacksonville Girl.
and Mrs. Lowell Mathewsand Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harris and and Mrs. H. will finance to full
I I G. Davis Jr. and i also spent Thanksgivin Mrs. Gertrude Linsin of Philadelphia :
son. Jt'nni't're overnight children of Gainesville. Dr. and ) family in Gainewille.! j with the Alvarezes and Raymonds Pa. arrived Thanksgiving I time d"allth 15000. Income
guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs.J. Mrs. L. H. Jennings Mrs. W. B Dusk.- :a year potential.\ Not vending
I Geese? No! Barbecued Rev and Mrs. H. C. Martin of day to visit her son O L i
II. Foeg at Neptune Beach and Parks and Miss Saundra J'nesI I ('htcken.inner .\t Masonic Build- Graceville spent the holiday weekend Linsin. and family through: the mac hine.

attended the football game In were Thanksgiving day !guests of ins:, Thursday, Dec. 6, $1.50 !" with relatives ,here. i Christmas holidays. Jewelry

Jacksonville Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green and fam- ed 6 to 8. "C'f\-I' Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastain I!I Mrs. Joe Thomas of Crescent Write:

Mrs. Mae Jones and grandson: il)'. Mrs. I. G. Harris and children I of Hampton and Mr. and Mrs j City and :Mr and Mrs. Roger i Monarch Supply DM

Mike Jones of Jacksonville were Rev. and Mrs. W. S. :\tcA1i1eywere spent the long weekend with herparents Bill Tilley of Starke attended the Ward of Jacksonville were visiting ;' P. 0. Box 203 THE HOUSE OF FINE DIAMONDS
visiting Dr. and Mrs W. E. Midjleton in Jacksonville on business Mr. and i ,
Mrs Eric Moore
I Florida-Tech game in Jacksonville Mrs. P S. Denmark on Sun- Sarasota, Fla.
on Sunday. on Wednesday. in Broxton, Ga. Saturday. I : I'HONE 170
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........................1 and Mrs. Arnold Valenti all of right and daughter and Mrs is Thanksg1.ng.linn..'!' gup=it= the Othmi Nomians

Jacksonville.Mr. Commodore Crews and daughters Mr :and Ms James Phillips anc" Mr. and :Mrs.: H C. Kelly went' -

LAWTEYity \ \ : and Mrs Ralph Smart vient Thursday in Tallahassee wit daughter; :Mrs.: Leslie Phillips and to Lakeland on Thank>giv in..

and family and Mr. and Mrs. C. Commodore Crews. son of Starke and Coleman Phil- Day and had dinner with th,'.:

B Cannon and family; of Jacksonville Mr.:: and Mrs.:: Don W. Starlinghad lips of Waldo. sons. David and Wendell. They a':

31 rv Joyce T. rittliAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA were Thursday dinne as Thursday guests the II :Mr: and Mrs. O. J. AnGers hadas visited Mrs Luther Reel in Winter I National Brands Sale' !

guests of the Colonel Nasworthy T. Markham family of Gainesville Thursday guests the Johnny Haven in the afternoon. j jMr I

I family. Marvin Thompson of Jacksonville Jenkins family of JacksonvilleMr. and Mrs J. E. Warren had: !
Mrv Georgia Ann Sapp had
as1 visited them Sunday.The and Mrs. James Anders of
I the on as recent guests Mr. and fits
E'ststr and The Bill Pendarvis family,
Sunday Mrs.l
I Theodore Crews family had Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. C. Strick Earl Warren and family of Camp
Everett Burncy and Mrs Bill Joe Starling the Dick Starlingsand Quantity Rights Reserved
i Austin visited as Thanksgiving guests the Mark- land of Starke, and Mrs. Edna Gordon, Mr. and :\[rs.toir\ n
liurney and family of Jacksonville.Mrs :Mrs.: Eugene
Everett Burney has been a i Mrs. Cecil Hardee and new baby lee Padgetts, the J. T. PadgettsMiss Hayes and family of GainesvilleMrs. Warren of Jacksonville and Tal-

St. Vincent's | daughter in Bradford Hospital on :: Rosa Lee, and Martin Pad- Floyd Martin of Daytona lahuseer.. anilrs.. Leslie
patient in Hospital
i' afternoon.Mr. gett of Clay Hill. spent from Thursday until Sunday Bradley and daughter, and Mrs
lut is 'h im roved. Sunday
mu< ,
with Mr. and Mrs Sam Hicks Carolyn Rucker and son of Kings
The James Waters family and
I and
Leon Starling !
Mr. and Mrs. Theopolls Reddish and Mrs.
and :Mr.: and :Mrs.: Glenn Shuford ley I.ake.
Jacksonville were Mr. ana Mrs. Elmer Higginbot
have had as recent victors family of Mrs. Hicks returned with Mrs
dinner guests of ham were visiting the Buford Hig- Mrs. R. W. Mosely Sr. is spend.
Mr. and Mrs. Roth Johns of Jacksonville -I Thanksgiving :Martin: for a vis t.
Shuford. ginbothams in Maxville on Thurs- I ing sometime in Jacksonville with
Clarke of Mr. and Mrs. George
; Mrs.
I Rev. and Mrs. W.
1 E. Wllker- the Jack Reynolds.
Ileilbronn :Miss Eva Clarke of Howard Wilson of California day.The
son had as recent visitors the J
Like City, and Freddy Griffis of visited Mr. and Mrs Eddy Trues- D. R. Stones were Thanks- | Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
R. Motts and Mrs. Grover Moore
Martlenny. dale and ::\fifi'l Alice Adair on giving dinner guests of :Mr.: andMrs. Bryant Reddish were Mrs. N. E I
and of BrookE'r.rs.:: .
son Jack
Mrs. Louie Belle Wainwrightand Thursday.Mr. :: Robert Wilson in Jackson Andreau and Mrs. V. A. Andreau | C
Simmons afro:: Hershell
daughters of Jacksonville and Mrs. G. F. Thompsonof ville. They all attended the Lee- Lay- of Dade City, and Mis. Dodd Wilson -
I field and family, and :Mr.: and !' j
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lu- Ocala spent from Wednesdayuntil Jackson Football game in the af of Jacksonville. I a
Mrs. Marshall Mott and of
ther Hilliard during the Thanks Sunday with the R. C. Bry ternoon.Mr. sons I :Mrs.: Eve Godwin, of Staike

and Mrs. Henry Tannerof Gainesville. I with her mother i
giving holidays.Miss spent Sunday I
ants.The :Mr. and :Mrs.: Carl Billiard
Charlotte Tanner and Wil- Clyde Hiatts spent the Jacksonville spent Saturday I 'i Mrs. Mary Reddish. A re't'llt.!
spent Sunday afternoon in Lake
liam Zack of Jacksonville were weekend at their camp on Crystal evening with the Dave Tanners. I guest of Mrs. Reddish was Mrs I
Butler with :Mrs.: Polly Johns.
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and River. Mrs. J. R. Hinson and Mrs i Allie Pitch of Morriston.Mrs. .
I Mr. and Mrs. I
Buddy Starling
:Mrs. Luelle Tanner. Mr and Mrs. H. R. Barrett of Bettie Landgau and daughter of John Shuford and Dave

The Hubert Priests spent Jacksonville spent Thursday with Jacksonville visited the E. C. I are Higginbotham visiting Mr.in and Baldwin.Mr. Mrs.. Ralph had as Thanksgiving guests Mr ,

Thanksgiving in Cedar Keys with the D. G. Wilkersons. The Wilk- Johns family last Sunday. and Mrs. Joe Shuford of St. Augustine I 1
and Mrs. Edward Hicks
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Day. errons and Miss Gloria Anderson Mrs Eugene McDonald of Jack I and :Mr.: and :Mra: Phil) i
and family of .
Mrs. Herbert Norman and children visited the D. G. Eallentines som'mers.:: Clyde Griffis. and MemphisTenn. Shuford of Moore Haven. ; [
,'isiteJr.:: and
Mrs P. Hicks
I N. '
attended Church and a din- in Jacksonville last weekend.Mr. the J. D. Clarkes visited Perrv '! to. and Mrs. Preston Green I

ner at the Mormon Church In and Mrs. C. T. Eiland and I -.w\\- ome, who has been a patient I:, this week. ,I had as guests during the.. Thanksgiving : : .
Mr. and :Mrs.:
II. Hamilton
H .
of and Mr. andMrs. in Alachua I
Jacksonville on Sunday.Mr. family Hampton General Hospital fop j I holidays :Mr.: and Mrs. F r

and Mrs. Ed Carter had as; :: W. E Clutb were Thanksgiving I the past several weeks, at his' :and: son, Norman, and Mr. an iMrs. I E. Worthington, and :Mr: and I

guests during the weekend Mrs I dinner guests of Mr. and home in Starke on Sunday after- '! Gainesville Lynn Hamilton afternoon.were in Mrs. Edison Green of :Madison: LOVETT'S

Robert Meyers and daughter, Mr Mrs. Shipman Sapp. noon. i Thursday | JacksonvilleMr. Formerly
\ I :Miss: :Mige: Green of
The W. Fred Moore
and Mrs. Nick Pope, and Mr I Mr. and :Mrs.: Warren BoatwhV Miss Gloria Crawford, who i'"! family enjoyed j and Mrs. W. H. Bennett of

,I employed in Jacksonville! spent the annual Boyer Reunion Warner Robbins, Ga., and Mr ;I
which is held in Ocala Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving with her parents on and Mrs. V. A. Thomas of \tiami.1 Prices Good Thru Sat., Dec. 1st

Mr. andIrs.:: Jack Crawford. i Day. I of University i
Mr. I I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban had | Ray the
and i ii
Mrs. W. E. Clubb left ) 'of Florida spent the weekend I
: I i i as weekend guests Mr. ana Mrs
Monday for Smoky Hill Kansas i I Mr. and Mrs j '''
his !
with parents
? where he will be stationed with''i; O. J. Boyette of Valdosta. and CHASE AND SANBORN OR ASTOR'
:Mr.: and :: Bryant Reddish. .
: the Air Force. ,I Mrs. Raymond Williams I'' ,
tidc :Mr.: and i I I of Jacksonville. I.
Mrs. Carl Hilliard had C'\KI 01 TIIVNKs:
as I| Mr. and :Mrs.: Dan Harley and
: guest!
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Mott and : family spent the Thanksgiving j i I Words can never express the I

soni of C.i'nesviI' the :, holidays in Daytona with Mr. andMts. deep appreciation of friend; in
I R. C i :: J. W. Edwards Coffee LB 89CLlmlt
I and
Keene family and James Billiard! family. |I time of need. We wish to thank :

and family of Jacksonville !i 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Raulerson our many friends for their kindness ,I
of Jacksonville
Mr. were Thanksgiving -1 IfI
and Mrs. J. P. Wyrick of : and thoughtfulness duiin-- fI
dinner: guests of the RafuseI ,
Tallahassee were weekend guest i our bereavement. Your expressions !,

of Mrs. Wyrick's sisters Miss I I family. I of sympathy were a sour> <'" I 1,1 Iii;!

r, \ RIi-.___,."n h..ft._.. .... T erry.' and Mrs I i' Mr.: and Mrs. Erlie Padgett and of_ much fonsol.it.on Tlir V A

I I Futrh.Strickland On of Sunday:Gainesville Mrs. C.Joyce'ami'E :'i' family were on Friday.shopping in Jacksonville I'']:.row"mm. Far.nlv One With $5.00 or More Food Order__ Ii lik:!'; i ic

:Mr.: .... ,,. -- _. -
and Mrs. Tom -
Norman -
arl :
L "I
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Durham of of .II, J >> -_ .... .......iif'.. ,...". -:; ==- =_ _- .: __ --=__-' -_ 00' L _= -
I Jacksonville family Macclenny spent Sunday -
pined them for a':
family with the Leonar,] Prevail
reunion at the
home of!
Mrs. Joyce Futch. Miss Mary'I'' :Miss: Elizabeth Terry, Mary COLONIALFLORIST

W Julia Fu'trh Julia Ralph and Joyce Flitch : AMERICA'S FAVORITE
HY KEEP large sums of had spent the :, I
holidivs were shopping in Jacksonville OPFridiy.
: with her
family returned
cash overnight or over the weekend, with the Wyricks to : C
see on Sunday TallahasI. Mr. and Mra. Bobbie :Morris:

when can have bank protectionfor Ernest Wells of ::Mobile Ala ;. relent the Thanksgiving holidays PKGS. 49 '
spent Thanksgiving holidays with'': in Se.illt'th :Mrs.: Alouise Morris PRONE:' 218 I TIDE 2 LGE.

and Mr. and :Mrs.:
C. A.
his Byrd
the money by using our mother Mrs.tap:: Wells, and ;,
sister, Mrs. :Martha: Bales. Mrs. Effie Boatright and fami-

Depository? This after-hours-facility is Mrs. Troy Bennett spent from I ly were Thanksgiving guests
Thursday until in the I. Mannings of Manning ,,
available for the use of our customers, Lauderdale with her husband Fort and i Station Limit One With $5.00 or More Food Order

her I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sweat andon.o FLOWERSFor I
day and night, around the clock.iiFLORIDA The son.Joe Buster, and family. I ; of Jacksonville were Thurv! I
starlings had
aa recent All Occasions
guests Mrs. Bertha Hart and i' day dinner guests of the Carl i

daughtt'rrs.:: Joe Snapp, and Carters.Mr. I DISH GARDENS
Paul Thompson, of Sanford. and Mrs. J. C. Pringle and ,
Mrs. Selma Eunice had as family of Falatka were Sunday! POTTED PLANTS WHITE HOUSE 2 303 CANS !II IIII'

guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. E.I|
guests during the weekend Mr. II
BANK < STARKE and Mrs. Joe Lane and family of Brewer. The Pringles had the : POTTERY ii

Deland, and misfortune to lose their home I j
Jimmy Eunice, and!
Member Florida National Group by fire last Monday i Flowers iviredAnywhere
(roommate) Mike of Middle I
The W. E. Cault attend-
Cochran Ga.
Georgia College ,
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips haJ : church in Palatka on Sunday. j
,j Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lang of:, Spry3LBCAN79C

I, Clay Hill were Thanksgiving I Nona St. Starke

guests of the Winton Parrish | ,
family. Miss Patricia Parrish ;| <'\' .t: I ":'_: .. ..' 'JlEwQnderf .:"
a Seor o spent the weekend in Starke with .

r"eee M0 ae HOME :Miss: Miss Wanda Jackie Wall.Hailey of Jacksonville '' (Limit One With $5.00 or More Food Order) I

and Miss Beverly New- j ul -_------__ -..-. --n-- --_ _- --- ---_-_____-__ -
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HEATER man of Green Cove, were Thurs -- --

day guests of :Mr.: and Mrs. H.l I I

C. Harley. Jackie returned with Giver

Beverly to her home for the week- ( t0 rr

.. end. i WHITE HOUSE I II
le)\ e" I tII Mrs Mae Wells, and Mrs. A. II I

Harley visited their brother, But

WEiWILL ALLOW '.- '- ': Biggs, in a Palatka hospital on; C

,: Saturday.
Mr Mrs. H. C. ( (
and lVainwrigh'and et
FOR YOUR OLD HEATER Clyde had as weekend guests I to ,

Mr and :Mrs.: Jesse Stalling and

son of Bartow, anti Mr. and Mrs

HI 00 ;:. r Lucky Purser of Folkston, Ga

up.V:) $ .. : I Mr and Mrs. Carl) Prevatt had

\!' Thanksgiving dinner guestMr.

'JZj :: and :Mrs.: Carl Peavy. Mr.s.

Gara Dorman. Mrs. Ernest Pea\')' Y

-- ;f of Ooee. Mrs. L. II. Harper and i
family of Kingsley Lake the Truman ,
> Norman family, and J. B a I

i| Teston i! 'U

pe'.fme$ Mrs Dot Reed of Jacksonville

:spent, Wilkerson Thursday family.with the Leon 'j Smith'; Corona

BEAUTY PLUS ECONOMY 1 Allan Hart and family, and' TYPEWRITER
i The charm and beauty of Supcrflame beaten has hen'in- :Mrs.: Nancy Keene spent from SUNNYLAND P x,f.-.
i matched by any other space beater Uoigntii to stay m Thursday until Sunday with Mrt
style for to come, only Superftame pueaou the From 74.50 plus tax
I truly modern years styling plus! the amazing Fuel S-ur Ih ,tl.1et i and Mrs J, W. Hart in Belle, and FULL, HALF, OR WHOLE

you up to J 15 on lutLSUPEBIUME : Mrs Janie Hunt in Branford. j
This Christmas, spread joy 8-12LBSAVGWT LB
The Bennett Wilkerson had as
in the family by giving thettorld's
: '
SAYES 1/3 ON FUEL i Napier and daughter: aDd :Mr: I fastest and most

and Mrs. Bennett Wilkerson and. beautiful portable type SLICE REMOVED
at left show at a cw.chv aeopnn.
r' ..,. ordDOn oil. The Superflamt Oil Heater with Mclusive "f'lT$LS.VEH" family of Jacksonville.Mr. I writer-with the touch and

t W. b-Ftacao dar?t tuahcWmne neate usn h. delivers increased cux-ulaUon of warm furnace and :Mrs.: Wilford Dinkins i action of an office machine
p.at..dtlwa. air throughout the home. You get modem
au pr.UUraor d.rre/a v. sue on h.eh efficiency with a Super me! The Super- and son of Sanford were Thanksgiving : Come in early for your SUNNYLAND LITTLE
arty Jffn I0N h. Lame! "f lELSER" double heat radurtmgt guests of the Roy Griffin j i
demonstration of the
t ak tJn .urfa Laboratory U..U show that the mar
'War fouli beat
b m,. .at.rlaa.aa.rp p !name L'ELA\EK": r..lucM chimney family. I' velous Smith-Corona
d600fa 1 lose 40%on the areraee' These Mine tau shuw : new Ib
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Parrish and
HEATER that up to 3,11 V"c less fuel is required tn get the I j portable.
volume of heat in the home. family of Lake Butler were Sunday ,

Delivers lilt inert beat /far jttt IMM ... less tf riie Almetj'-' .-.-- family.chests of the Aaron Sumner) Payments Arrangedfor

.--- :Miss: Elizabeth Tatum of the 0 0I ; your convenience

.M. .;: NO COLD FLOORS WITH SUPERFAN i i University of Florida spent theThanksgiving -- EAT-RITE HEAVY MATURE -
I holidays with her ,
.r-- --- kau'healing uh Sup syster7 ifan Slower for your with home.Superfijme Superfan gives fully you automatic a completely. blows automatic warm forced air when air {j parents. )Ir. andIrs.:: T. WI ALSO GOOD; USEDTYPEWRITERS: ;

bear heater ::fHot and shuts iff when your heater is cool Circulates J Jj more arm air I Tatum. lbEATRITE
i. than ordinary heater fan I Mr and Mrs. M. Benton Futrh FOR SALE BEEF CHUCK ROAST 39c
Thai's not all, .Suprffan with the Suptrfiame! fuel!saver will sate up M 1 on your
..i 't ;11.....11\If:,. luel bills. Eliminates: cold air pockets and cold fioors. i Ii guaranteed to give heating and am were Thanksgiving dinner '
nnifort to e\try room in your home:Suirfan: ia portable and may be lion! separately! guests of Mrs. Joyce Futch Royal Portable
;. .wig summer months for cool l air circulation! '
; New amazed at the remarkable waY a Superflame auto- | and family.
1 ; = Superflanie owners are
b, l.: :" tic forced air hejtinf -\..t.-m cuxuhtes heat t.\only to very room of their home i Little Judy and Brenda: Bennett $55 plus tax SIRLOIN FULL CUT
: ..t! aves en fuelStarke 1 visited their cousin.. Diana i iI

; Bennett at the State Farm las' Royal Standard

I i weekend. The Johnny Bennetts CLUB STEAK Ib
i brought them home and had Sunday I i $77.50 plus tax

dnner with their parents ,
Radio & TV
Other visitors of the Paul Ben <

netts were the George Kerseysof

Starke. Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH I U. S. NO.1JUICY \

:Mr.: and Mrs. Britt Rosier and

PHONE 384B. the Ray Rosier family visited the
bag I II
Rudolph on Sunday.Rosier family in ralatk.- J ORANGE E Sib 23c

"RED" EMANUEL GILBERT GOLBWIRE Mr and Mrs Laurie Carter Phone 29 -- Starke Fla. I (

and Mis Bettie Jones of Jack- 1t
I, t son\'ie: spent Sunday afternoon'.vith: I I -. .: ,,_. ._ { p :. ;.. ..r _. _, =-.. __ .. : _::<:. 1t,




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Lutheran ServicesRegular Dr. LeClerc Dies At Lake KINGM.KV LAhf
services will be he!, Sunday 1 9.4o am. Morning -

Sunday night at 7:30; o'clock, a'i Worship 11 a.m. Ever uig';

!ho lime> of Mr. and Mrs. GeuvKaiifmann. I Was\ Internationally Noted Scientist Service 7.3u: p m. Prayer :Meetnr Easy :Made :Money To Help You With Your ChnMma-

717 West Cypress S' l'll'h'edntsI1.IY 7\0:; p m Everyone Morns Problems. Just t Bring A Customer: to Bradford

The ttev. A. F. Gerbhardt: past I'i' J''."'ph{ :\!fair: i..' 'lc! !. *>'I I :. r: L" C'hiin: 'h in Starke vveK'Mnif Rev H H Mott.
pastor. Whole>ale Motors" Inc If we o.dl!! a Used Car to MHII
..r of the First Lutheran Church ;rternaUon.ilK {imminent M Among his many honors. Dr
.,f Gii..esville. will conduct thci -. ISt, died Friday. Xotj.. at en-I LeClerc held membership on th Customer will site yam the Christmas Reward.

Church At The TabernacleThe I ,- vices. home on,Kingsley I ake as the International Jury of Awards.1: Marilyn MonroeIs

Receive Your Redeemer" will sult of a hear Paris Exposition, in 1900; St Featured In Bradford Wholesale Motors, Inc.

Sunday school, 9:15i: m.; Saturday evening Y K. C he the sermon by the pastorfor attack. A work .:"' Louis. 1904; and San Francisco.

tnpetini in the Gospel Tabernacle the first Advent Service.All renowned chemist 1P15. He was honored in Francen Florida Movie
r I
11 a. m., sermon \
Mornini; worship l.Ti: : :X. Temple \cro," From Courthouse Td :IIs
featured a quiz on "Women of persons without a horn he had worker Ii + 1907 as a Chevalier da Mente
topic "Forgiviness. the Bible" and a chalk-talk on church are invited to attend. I. with the U S t: ... dgovernment .*g l'II'ole; was a member and past !I Marilyn Monroe's latest film!
Supper, social Christina: "Bible: Cups." Sunday services foi ( } president of the American Chemis- venture comes to the screen 'If>

music; Recreation f.nur for theMYo' were brought by the sponsor who Edward' Church more than .H'il"il"1" t'y Society: the Academy of the Florida Sunday as "Bus St<->;p"

5:15: ; "Dine-A-Mite" for brought both morning and eve. I St. I' years. I ."'.':ences; American Soy Bean opens for a three-day run.

MYF, 6:15: ; Worship service for ning message. Special vocal numbers Sunday Mass at 9.15 a m. I Dr. LeClerc wa. \'. 'n.; American Institute of Marilyn, in her firt movie !m

MYK groups 6:45: ; Evening worship were sung by Mrs. Florence Holy day masses, 6:30: a. m ana I ( Chemists; American Ass'n. of 14 months. portrays a honkytnnksinger PROTECT your DRIVER'S license
born in Wan .
< ; in
j a romantic
service "This Christ of i Slensen and Mr. Fred Reed. 3:30 a. m.Children's. :Cereal Chemist and Food Techno- tugofwarwith
i Mass, the movie newcomer Don Mur
Catechism:! Class each son u I .
Ours. 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday after Ii !15tS. and was recently honored BUY
Wednesday-6:00 p. m., covered :Mrs' Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. John B. and Lu }" I.. \ .1 : 1n \':th a 50-year perfect membership ray.In
noon will be conducted by the
and of- Kf: )stone HeightsAt 1895 he was au.n.!d.! -d th'i h.I'h-, In the American Chemical story. Murray fresh in
dish supper for workers Walter Svoda who is spending a I
town from the ranch unhesitatingly
St. William's Chapel) lor of science cit-un-i' ':1V 'r'c'. ,,
Church School. Amt.'Cting ( : ;- i.ieryy He was a member of
ficers few weeks in Starke enroute to INSURANCENo
will follow this fellow- I (Follow Hiway 21 south to St :i ter Polytechnic In:'!1'11: :"', \1:1-: : Sigma Xi, honorary science fra- picks Marilyn as the girl! he
St. Petersburg. Mrs. Svoda wasa wants to ,
I j William's Sign.) and in 1903 received l I the d n tur I I ternity, the Cosmos Club of Washington marry and pursues his
ship. captain in the Salvation Army Fees 6 Mo. Policies
goal relentlessly and with littl.: Membership
:: -
i i Sunday Mass 9 a. m. j of philosophy derive from theUniversity D. C., composed of
ThursdayYouth choir rehear for many years and her talks finesse.
: Huly day masses 7:30 a m .' of HalleWittenberg.From I't1.nll ct scientists, and WOrld-j
6:30 Chancel Choir rehear about her experiences are interest The doggedness of Murrav'spursuit
sal : all Masses
Confessions before 1S95; to 1901 he was a:charter member of the
sal 730. ing and inspirational. These serv- ( and the attempts lit"t
director of the New York Experiment : Ass'n. for the Advancement of '
ices are held in the office of the Marilyn to evade him lead,I into
Station at Geneva. clence. He was listed in World
IItlI.Jmo1I SIO .\ln' Gospel Tabernacle and all womenof many laugh-provoking situations t
and from 1903 to 1919 served on
(Notables and American Men of
IIUTIST CIIUUCII the church as well as othersare Aiding m the entertaining sequences l 136 W. Call Street Phone 2S5
Preaching -
Sunday School 10 a. m. the staff of the U.S. Bureau of ; Science.
School, 10 a. m. Morning invited to attend.Presbyterian .ire Arthur (X'.mr.ill!.
Sunday I' and 8 m in of the laboratory
services 11 a. m. p. Chemistry charge -I 1 Dr. LeClerc was a great uncleof i i
Worship 11 a. m. Evening m.Rev.. Petty Field. Eileen lie, k ai t. Roth-!
Song service 7:30: p. of plant chemistry. From that Brig. Gen. Jacques LeClerc.
Worship 7:30: p. m. Training ChurchFriday i, R. L. I.ee, pastor. position he went to the Mmer- head of the French Air Force in Bray and Hope Lange I :wI

Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. MidWeek I HlliardIiIling Co., WilkesBane.Pa I World War II.
!7:30 Prayer: p. m.Meeting- Rev Wednesdiys. SF- i| adult choir practice, 8 :I I I.TV rt..rr..aLONG ., as chief chemist. At one time I He is survived by his wife. I II I The Raymington Discount Co

he was also assistant chemist of
p. m.; ,
Heard, pastor. BRIDGE I Helen G. Davis LeClerc of South
SundaySunday school, 9:45a. the sewage purification works at Carolina now living at Kings-lev c I Across! From Courthousel.T

E\KRGRKEN m.; morning worship service I AND NEW RIVER ,Worcester.Mass.LeClerc I Lake, and a daughter, :Mrs Iv.aiiMartell ; I t: ; :No Temple \\enue
Dr. served as special
BAPTIST CHURCH "The Rejected Invitation," 11 a. of Dallas.Texas.
Mrs. E. A. Sappaaa.uaseauaAUauiu. trade commissioner to -
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching m ; youth fellowships, 6:45 p. m.; ; I Europe. i Funeral services were held sunday i Your Credit Store

11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : evening worship service, "Th .. j and from 1922 to 192S was special I I afternoon. Nov. IS. at 4 73 ,

m. Preaching 7:3:t'< p. m. Prayer I Church of Tomorrow," final studyin i :agent for the Department of "oclock in the First Presbyterian I SHOP:: W1IKKK: YOU CAN: SAVE
Bennie Merritt and son of St j Commerce, Specializing in grains ; :
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. 1 right Future, 7:30 p. m. I Church of Starke. f1
AIK PARK Tuesday Board of Deacon. I'etersbur'isited Mrs. Nan Mer and grain productcs. From 1928 i i ministers were Rev. Donald Officiatingi Knhbs;: Your Dollar Is Very Important. Your Credit Is Al(was
I and Miv I'll Merritt last until his retirement in 1913 he ) .. ]
ritt .
1UPTIST CHURCH 7:30: p. m. \\'ednesday-I'rayr jcf Jacksonville Lh'ingstonI'm: -I I i 'ood; We Have .\ Beautiful Line of
leas I '
Thursday and Friday. senior chemist with the
School 9:45: a.m. Mornng meeting 7:30 m. Thursday- I
Sunday p. orial :Methodist Church;sn\CP..nus ; :
11 Junior choir 3:30 Mr. and Mrs. Meadows Anderson i USDA Bureau of Agriculture. 1Jt/ lIorSEIlOLIl'l'L1.CES: IIOl'SKWAKKS:
: Worship services am practice : p. m. I and I IS. McAhley, pastor of the Starke i[ -
Union C:45 Evening and children of De'and visitedMrs. jChemitry Engineering.Dr. DRY COODS; ) ETC
Training p.m. i i i I Presbyterian Church; and Rev ) JEWELRY
service 8pm. Come and I I Hir.H\\\Y CHAPKL j I Minnie Grander and Mrs LeClerc was pominently 'I .Varren Kaufman;: retired Presbyterian '

worship with us I,i Sunday school 10 a.m.; Church j! Emily Moody last Sunday. associated with the Tacoma Park minister of Starke. i \ Discount (;Guaranteed l"p As lIhhs: ,'5.;{l' Off Wi

,: services 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Mrs. Ethel Johnson and son of Presbyterian Church in Washington Active U1AKLKY E. JOHNS: & SON: YOU CANT: BEAT THIS!
pallbearers were W. T.
D. C.. as its treasurer
,'IH'KCII OF JESUS: CHRIST services 7:30 p. m.: Thursday, Gainesville were Saturday visitor serving about this
LATTER DAY SAINTS: I young people's meeting, 7:30 p.I I of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mood.,. for 17 years. He also gave Jackson, Seeber Goodman Guy I question
I church its outdoor theatre Andrews. Cameron Ridgell. John Come In Today Enjoy This Saving
Services each Sunday tn old m. I Bud han just been dischargedfrom I the I :, 'Til he out hunting soon and
I A Torode. and Rudolph Sink
lot the of religious '
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday the Army and has spent the presentation : totinjj my guns; with me.
School 1* a. m. Sacrament \\OODJ.\W MISSIONARY I I last IS months in Germany. I piays. For the past several years I The body was taken to Varnville. -

Service 6:30 p. m. Everyone welcome BAPTIST CHURCH is extendedto I he had taught the Adult Sunday- I S. C. where final rites were This new Homeowners Policy
Deepest sympathy
:0 a m. Sunday School 11 a.m. School Class at the First Presby- held at 4 p.m., Nov. 19HAMPTON would it
theft and
Mrs. Smith Johns the cover
preaching. 6:15 Bro 6:45: : prayer death last week of her upon brother- : damage to and hunting GI
my guns 1
service 7 o'clock song sen-ices jt. Mark's Episcopal 3eatl lbul
GR.tiLWIIUITIST in-law, Ralph Brannen of Lake CHRIVIIAN CHURCHChristian I equipment and also my 1I i [
CHURCHSunday Kev. I ICajm.:: C.: Mae Blala I I
CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. I Endeavor, Friday, 7:30p. : personal liability for a hunting -
school 10 a. m. :Morning City.Mrs. '
J. t::. Sherwood Pastor Seeber Moody and children Services at st. Mark's Episcopal I' m. Bible Study Wednesday i!| accident" I!
Worship 11 a. m. Training 7:30 SUPERB WRITING INSTRUMENTS
Bible School, 9:43: a. m. Morn-I were Thanksgiving dinner Church will be as follows: p. m. Sunday Morning Worship -

Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening. Worship ing Worship, 11 a. si. Youth guests of her sitfer. Mrs. George Church'chool : : I 11 a. m. Evening Worship. ; E. Johns 's
7:30 p. m.Rev. W. O. 7:30 Bible 10 I Charley 6yI
m. School
p. a. m.
rollins, Sr., pastor. Church, 6:30 p. m. All young Green, In Lake City. : W. M. Jones Minister I
people invited. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Leslie For- Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30
syth spent Thursday through D.m. Y. P. S. L. us.THE i
CHURCH OF CHRIST I I SEVEN CHURCH DAY: Sunday with her parents. Mr. and Wednesday: 7r: p.m. Litany ; & Son Agency I
I AOVENTIST Mrs. Joe Mullen, in Pelham, Ga. and Meditation; 8pm. Choir I
635 MacMahan St.
Services each Sabbath In the I RIGHT POINT for the
Mr. and Mrs. George Johns of Practice.
Jr., MinL4erSunday
C. L Oerturf
from way you write. Come in and heh'et -
home of S. X. Brown across aooqJ
V$1d "a1fJ1f1S SI
Bible Study 10 a.m. Jacksonville visited their parentsMr. Holy Communion: 1st Sunday. I'
Church east of your
Morning Worship! 11 aoo. Evening Bethel Baptist ana Mrs. Smith Johns, Wednesday 11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday 7:30: a m
Sabbath School 2 m I
Worship 6:30 Starke. p. and Thursday of last week awaits everyone.
each Wednesday
Wednesday -- Bible Study 7:30 Bible Study I and enjoyed the hog killing on
m.-Arden pastor.
p.m. 7:30 p. I Thursday at the home of Mr. and CHURCH OF GOD -
CHURCH OK CHRIST Mrs. Seeber Johns. I ,
School 10 MornIng -
NEW RIVER C. L. Overturf Jr.. Minister Mrs. Vernell Moody of Lakeland Sunday a. m. Made Money To Help You With Your Christmas ,. .
Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday .Iit.Set.
BAPTLST CHURCH Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. visited Mrs. Fronie Moody last I Money Problems. Just Bring A Customer To Bradford Fashionable and
Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Sunday afternoon. Evening Service 7:45 p. m. YPE feminine.; Pune-uze

Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Service Worship 7:30 p. m. Thanksgiving dinner pueris of Service Wednesday, 7:45: p. m Wholesale Motors Inc. If we sell a Used Car to your Pen Midollion Desk Set.Fountain Writing fountain pen and

7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday Bible Study 7:30p. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns Jr. Player Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m. Customer we will give you the Christmas Reward. efficiency-plm smart choice matching of pencil vx 'In

Wednesday, 7-:30: p. m. Everyone I m. were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Doug- LA WISTSunday decorator colon In ceramic r pa.lels-Aqua,Pink gay,

welcome.L.. L. Parker, pastor. Radio program "Old Paths" las of Jacksonville, and Mr. and School, 10 a. m. Morning Bradford Wholesale Motors, Inc. latched bases.pens. Color-Swivel Peach, Blue Orchid,
each Sunday 9 a. m. Station Mrs. Charlie Cowen, and Mr. and Yellow. Includes/
NORTH SIDE WDVH. Mrs. M. 1. Johns Sr., all of Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Service truapetlkeep Azure pen,within lime, k\ colorful! pune COM
BAPTIST CHURCH Starke.Mr. Saturday, 7:30 p. m. I 133: ; :\. Temple Across From Courthouse Tel. :318 easy Jet Black reach.$1.952l \ and gift box. $5.00

Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn HKILBRONN and Mrs. Ira Merritt of I I I

ing Worship 11 a. m. Training I BAPTIST CHURCH Palatka spent Friday nkht with N
Union. 6:30 p. m. Evening Worship I Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching Mrs. Nan Merritt. 'I 'Star In The Dust'Featured J' ::1

7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30 Mrs. Mamie Britt of Jacksonville At Park i

Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Everyone Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. vWting her brother, Roy i

welcome. E. C. Harvey pastor Rev.I F. B. Beard, pastor. Turner, for a few weeks. ,' Passions and violence engendered i o Hner family Gift!! J

Mr. aDd Mrs. Chester Moody I'I by a conflict between the

and family of Keystone Mr. and farmers and cattlemen in a small
.I The touch and action of an office! i
Mrs. Felton Moody, and Mr. and frontier town are brought to the

CHURCHSTARKE Mrs. Robert Dohbs of Starke, Mr. surface in the plot of "Star in th..1 typewriter. Your school-agers I ,. %
FIRST BAPTIST; and every member of the family D.lu>. "K" S.
I and Mrs. Tom fowling and daughter Dust" which opens Sunday for will use it and love it. Full size ) Beautiful, deep-toned \

of the State Farm, and Mr a three dayrun at the Park keyboard Page Gage and many fountain pen with

FLA and Mrs. Albert Moodv enjoyed a I Theater. other time-saving smooth-typing matching pencil$7.75
features. Smart carrying case
reunion on John portrays the sheriff ,
-- Thanksgiving Day at Agar
included. Pick yours out now Aj \
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor the Joe Moody home. caught in the middle of the action I
Mr. and Mrs. Fronnle Crews of and Richard Boone plays the No pen is quite so personal as r terbrook, because only Csicrhn

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Ocala spent Thursday through hired gunman awaiting death on leis you choose from 30 point sl>les. This means your gift can
who sparks most of world's first & fastest\ portable I match any handwriting or writing job whether you select a handsome -
Phones( Office 234 Paslorium 130 Sunday on Mr. Crew; farm. Joe the gallows and pencil set, fashionable Pctite-P-ik set, or convenient

Dowlin of White Springs visited the violence in the picture. desk set.pen And because this Esterbrook personalizing means easy,

them Sunday. Mamie Van Doren has the Prices Start At $74.50 Plus Tax pleasant writing, your gift' will, be bug wed-and you'll belong
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. I Miss! Ida Merritt spent Thanksgiving feminine lead as the sheriff's I remembered!

A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. with her sister, Mrs. Lln- fiance. selection of Esteibrook
Sunday School 9:45 Terms Arranged for Your Convenience Visit our pen department for the complete
nie Drake, in Lakeland. Co-starring roles are played by writing products.

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. Little Jimmie Lavender is on the Leif Erickson and Coleen Gray. I

sick list this week. We hope he James Gleason heads the sup- Bradford County TelegraphPhone Bradford
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at County
is soon well and back in school. porting cast in the role of a

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. Mrs. Pete Sapp and son of jail janitor who all his life has 29 Starke Fla. I Phone 29 Starke Fla,
Palatka spent Friday night with j wanted to become a deputy and i

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Car Smashed -- Driver Unhurt Escape- Brings 3 I\ Building Boom On Road 225 I Fire Chief Warns tj r

i Aqainst Dan qer j- 1 Fruitf&A
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More Years For Of Grass Fires 1 cIJ- .

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St.irko 1 F.ie Ci.-f! 1) W ('.,: '
ConvictVith\ 18 .
: penter this week took n >te 01 .1 .. By

I grass fire which nearly set t'\.>
afire remind resident r\ "
l.ount-s to
i i f, 'i' I-nemy \\.-nt un- .,.--- J
0"" of the necessity of clearing away \ The
.: cinuit: Court last wee i
i tieail: grass to eliminate fire h.iz.u.l t .' .
1 .- (Oorge L. Patten sen- i i.t r' i. .. ,

i "m\ic' to three addi- 1. -r .. J/- '-h.: -. r: Dozen
: The fire department w' i.vailtii!

'.fi-s for escaping. ..MI' Sunday afterr..\":'i t extm- : .
.:-ivict Stroman William .
.. ..-i a grass fire! in I: aIl :S; : 14TL
is serving an year :
,r incest. i ,. ,: hi'yond the city 1 h:' 's. C 11. ( ,

;>ontcr said the fire was burning
t I. i.1! iv,' guilty to the escapeJackson hi- J.-IMSS under the edge of or:.' Mrs. II. I;. "' 1..1>.., ili'pl.i\s ., liisti-r sit :;pi-fruit; which ur.'u

-' asked the judge vf till' houses when the flre:1h1 a lr,.iin tin- janl nf IHT home in M.irU.n i \rn tlo/i-n "t Ih.
-. sentence saying: that he .
arrived and the house would probably I Iruil are slim tin one liuili.
'. .1! ,"'leuly: been punished. He .
have been set ablaze: if a1-

This c'ara'i lisled as a total loss a-fter leaving I S.,301 andJJIing -1 ,1! h<> had been in solitary con- UK. \:\I ('!):MK: TKI K: i.. the lions, in pn.jjress fur turn had not been taken. -

: OUT four miles north tlf Lauti-y reirntly) hut the dr, .'r. i nement on a diet: of bread and llstlier: and Kidi.inl ( arl<'r. one of the many mm "One of the most important.
'. since 11. Sell It Rent It Trade
at' Sept
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C arl Kugene: (,amphcll( of 'Miami >irinjs: emerged from the! crashuithout under c'un..lru..tion :tI.uig the I.iutcv" tti State Turin steps: in preventing fires" Carpenter -

u si-ratfli on him. "I am: a nervous wreck your road. ( arter is a Tre]>.i.nnan; ; Ins wile an rmplojee saId. "is to clean the \\ed.i _

honor." the comict pleaded. "I in the ta\ rollevtor'.. offiee, tout of yards and from around

Permits think it would be double jeopardy i Luildings." The chief said that WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

Building Volley BrowningDies to sentence me when I have already -: I the grass is dead and dry after

Permitsto build three new At 74 Was been punished." I having been killed by frost and (.Oll' Rates rood Itesults Lasy To Place

',..u1th in Starke weie taken out ; State's Attorney T. E. (Ted) I the danger! of fire is more prevalent -

iluiini; the first three weeks in Duncan answered Jackson's pIe ,j There's a building boom going years. now than at other times of !o \\OUDS OR IJ>S. ONE: : 1NSERTIr'-------: 5OF.Cll '

November.L I Retired Farmer by saying the prisoner knew when I l on along the Buddy Norman Highway Almost across the road: is a the yearShop AIIIHTIONALOKD 2c

I Hillendahl was issued a permit he escaped he would! be placed in :, S-225 between Lawtey and home moved to a site adjacent to ::,-.<- tillil 1li' \t. Toll III.IM) %lS Olt tits MIT \111'\ HV % M K

to build a $12.500 concrete Volley Austin Browning. i-l. i. solitary if captured. By escaping Highway 16. the State Farm road. I the home of Mr. and Mrs. Truby Mail Early HIM III M Of 1% "'.'u I'.:>T 0IUII Oil MWHt: |\''KlirilM %<

Mock home and Bob Firth and died Wednesday. Nov. 21. after along Jackson violated his OppOI tunity Nine homes are in various \Vamwright for their son and ,

contractor L. K. Whitehead were illness. He was born :n :';as- to be treated as the majority of stages of construction, some recently daughter-in-law.. and Mrs Postmaster Urges .
I the convicts Duncan said. (completed and some just James "Cobby" H\M i' is 01 it III ..irIn mJ.TOFnIt': _
build $10,00 \Vamwnght. lie is
to 1SS2
..vsued permits County on August : ,
:isau .
: Postmaster G J. McGnff Jr. .* ttt<- nn-rits nfs.irnliiKn run > \i.i:
hrli mi
started. tile }
I information for being a worker.A
i unrrete block homes. I land retired farmer. Another escape i.l
was a llrluhl* as a ":I
I was filed against James Henry Nearing completion is a cement short distance up the highway teminds citizens of Bradford County mmlrrniiirrlinn lilr "5' till, hatr : : land uilh us ,-.thli!

II Surviving are one daughter Lee. Lee has not been apprehended -I block home located across the ''I' work has begun on the i' to shop early and mail early I hier\.Isis ..r ..ne .ill. niir slat IrrnI new eli-e.. water svsti-in _
mirlls onrrr
of Starke I lhe' -
Glisson ;;
Mildred 'I.Illn
Mrs. this Christmas season in older to l e .
and the case was put on highway from Willie Griffis. be- .'I foundation of a new home for Mr. ......r".8 ill rilhrr our ..III.-. _
three sons Williard G., Clifford I facilitate the processing of the ,.... .. i ius .
I I the absentee docket. He was longing to Mr and :Mrs. Walter and Mrs. Willie Dobbs. His. .r ai saraii.ua llriahl ." r rr
and Hobby Browning, all ol largest Christmas mailing in the lor she B eur..uOi.ss >f I.ur- \. ('.mnlr lw't' h.1 l
from on
| serving a one year sentence forbreaking Buchholtz. who are moving I parents live on the same road .I, ) (
Ill. ; and one stepson. Jeff Div Jacksonville where have hi5tory of the Starke post off .-. town I.uHven: svv
and entering.'Pair they 'Ileal by. Vl.OKIDA) l t lE.Li'0.: I |> II'i |
of Ft. Myers. I lived for the past ten years ago. I A cluster of homes now are, "By following the simple sug- I i ) .

Funeral services were held ir :' The family at one time lived on I, completed or being built neai: I'gestions of mailing early wrapping Of :Starke
Sentenced '1 Ii.iiis' :tstX.S : ; uith nvislilv: 1:''oii
Church ai and addressingplainly.
the Pine Level Baptist the Terry Road near Lawtey. A Oscar Carter's store. Across th carefully. .... "
Iruii'lr \ sr. larl.r. I' : '. is well lorartnl. Si >mi
2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoor I dairy worker. Buchholtz is ill and I highway are two fairly-new, our patrons will help to :

with P.ev. C. A. Crosby and P.ev: To County Jail 1 his wife and his daughter Mrs. frame homes which Carter buill,, 1: assure a safe and timely: arrival I', .!: II\: : ,! r" .. I.' I I' n. ..' III- I of ritj I I'irst l.is-- ______ _

:\\ K. Hal! officiating. Internienli : : Charles 'T. Texton plan to raise for rental and nearby the cemenlblock of their Christmas mail.It.Griff _, 'I.": > 1." I ''')1'1. S .i: t.' ..1&,1I' ion. Not: old. Tr .un1
the plot in SapjCernetery : {I chickens .11I1 I .Z ) 01 i 11. I.1 .' .<1
in family ebred and ti "
i I'was Two men from south F'loridaWelt' PUI cows I homo under construction foi ,., I I : I .,, : -' 11.; S9.503.: Trrnw. III
near Raiford with UeiXVitt berries on the 20-acre site. his son and daughter-in-law
I sentenced to 30 days eacflj
I C. Jones Funeral Home n I Also almost finished a short distance and Mrs. Richard Carter. CAUIXET: and Carpenter Work .. for SI./n(>. neu. : rill _
$5 ,.: of anangements.Repairs j I in the ,'ountj.lll thus week after the is the fine Mnall new and r.'ii-ur Jobs acn :' eMTiUiinj: for miiifnrt _
'" : barge : bongarrest!: j by Deputy Sheriff up highway Work on the foundation of ; 'VELCO"" \i'ted. Joe C. Hlt-kb. P.r.I.. Box 1
I new home belonging to Mr. and new home for Mr. and Mrs. Arthu:: .' .-t.t. h' lUllfeOIU '.
Fate Brown as they Key- I :,:, \ -
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:Mrs. Ed\v.n Starling, who have Gaskins has begun at a hx-atmr ( :.:. :
Completed State Road 100. f I ,1\ 1:11": \ItY
stone on ITMII \\ ;!I town builjlni; bite 1 done lost of the constitutionthemselves. Almost a 'os.'ithe highway Iron t- vinos ui.riiKi.H:

:: On Fire Truck Here against Two the sentences driver of were the car.levied Elmer Starling works at aNaval I I airs liuddy: Gorman.__ A railroa: fnrAf'I.S' & All .liiLt.U1 t liarcrs -3Josieisleai.uu.Iir (......"ut".... : y term on tliese

: a Base and also farms in his worker. Gaskms started work 01 : in \". <'. MII'I'IIlItU i ) House and :3 i-\tri
Dayis. 32. He was given
makes The fire fighting readiness of spare time. I the new home recently but sinci 701V.: tall M. Surke I'fc. .::19 ,II for 7000.
30 day sentence for driving while '.
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I the Starke Fire Department was Next home the road has to -
new along decided suspend construe ,
intoxicated and a sentence of S30 The Us! ultorti County H. }p..'i'announces WHEN' INDEED OF
senseto .
good gift needs i -
bolstered last week as repair WOI'1iwas is one recently built for Mr. and tion for a short while. for jour in ;< rl

a man completed on the 500-gallon or 30 days for driving withoutdriver's Mrs. Walter Wilkerson. He wa I Other fairly new homes alonj: the following births: LANDSCAPINGFILL \ : I Mill 1M'! glad to shiitv
(II Kirk
( I license. If Davis is Unable Mr. and Mrs. John Malico I
Dodge truck. i until a short time connected the those of Mr. other iirop-rrth'sj at oiiv'
ago Highway are ani
j to pay the fine. his jail terms patrick of Starke a daughter :Nov' DIRT i iI
credential Fire Chief D. W. Carpenter re- ; with the State Road Dt'pt.. anti! I Mrs. Pete Wainwnght and Mi,. to ,)011.
j will run consecutively.The 1 27.
I I I ported that the truck is in "good : other Chester Cox ; prior to that a farmer for many I and Mrs G P. Shuford. i Mr. and Mrs. Kessie Andersor or DISKING I IWo waiting list on two an.1)

billfold by |''I cond.tion."" It works just like a ;|: :32 was sentenced man. to 30 days for I,lof Lawtey a son. Nov 28. I. TIIIGPEN, JK.KL : rtHun homes w huh < ;ui

new one, he said. | Alton Bd. I .,
public intoxication. Both men are I 2 Box 245-1) ,] on reasiuiahle terms

_iJJ/fs Before the work began the from Goulds neal Miami 9 Deer 9 Turkey Exemption FormsTax I Mr and Mrs. Robert E. Smit!I I'liaVE 297-J \4' building lots for sal,.

pumper was able to limp along at i j !lof 2300 Tyrone Blvd.. St. Petersburg i then rail me t"I.1)".
Brown said he arrested the men Starke, Fla. iI
Handsome? Practical? Yes. The ; the birth of a son .
half At
only capacity. repairs ; Bagged Blanding j : announce I
to both. Three- ay room for after being called by G. F (Momabout Assessor Gene Long said i anti large trai'ts of
made Bob in Nov. 13 ii I II 1
were by Bair. : ruc- William Turner. on
loads of cards in the a fracas in front of his "''iiK 1 \I.I: TWI t i.-i..m|' 1I1"I.rt'fra
of the
this week that kill out
removable pocket I tor at the Florida Fire College and store The newly opened Camp mandmg -! taxpayers can Doctor's Hospital. St. Petersburg n.. li'.Mn ..n 4" .11 n ..l..ir.II I or i-ity.
Road 100
case open on County Judge .
I .. I.. for sale und
two birds with one stone if they Don l.i ml/ witli, pi .in. r.\ 1 UIM' ) projH'rty
fire his the former :
and tuck-in. Secret section engine specialist during said Wildlife Management Areayiet.1e.1 Mrs. Smith is
i I T. A. Yawn an investigationof I null North; "t l.iwtiv "ii r."l U
in the currency compartmenthides vacation. will drop by his office to fill Norman of Lawtey. I Hi.x ITxI.iwttv I e jour asking) price
j \\ |It Sirnklanil lit
the pair is underway and that nine deer and nine .
i turkeysto .
big bills. Safety tabs I cut homestead exemption appli- I tfchs I don't wait. 'all or
for spare keys. Lifetime Meanwhile the City'Council i? other charges may be placedagainst hunters during the first six daysof ininietliiitcly.
'I I cations when they are in the .
registration for return if lost I j awaiting bids on a new fire truck them.Cattlemen. i Ii w. c T. a.IK 1% PAID ON: SAVINGS KETSTONB ]
I the hunting season. Howard court house to their taxes.
And to replace the 30-year old La-
in mahoganyand | Roberts hunt director for this Long said that he has the forms )-

other "suit-able" colors' I France pumper.XOTK'K. ElectionThe I area reported that fewer hunters'[ ready now for the convenience 11' TAKE THE LEAD IN $OIXINITillS r. BER FD1C. ; ) UROKKK

were using this area than expect I ot the homesteaders so that they ', IJQI'OR lliOBLEM. Will[) WH RUT AND SELL USED FUR- i| : I'houe 487-J

: Cattlemen's Associationand ed and that many of these were i, won't have to come back after 1 \VlIJ.'f" NITUI'.E. Elrod Furniture Co. Walnut Starke
Farm Bureau will meet next _Thone45.. tfchg
Mrs. Harry Mooty social editor ; getting their limit of squirrels. : Jan. 1 to SIgn. (NATIONALOICE. ) \
Friday night. Dec. 7, instead of I \r.\UTME.\T: F 01: KENT: m Madi-
will be on vacation next week .--..II St. .\N.ly l at lit)"'s Hume TELEVISION consoles fit
iityl all social and personal notices tonight. Countygent George : po .\1'1.11| | ..". ,. I'hf.ti-' I"0 i tf< huFolt at Dahmsr'g. tfcbf
Huggins said this week. I
:11IIiJriw11Iiu: I' will be handled by Mrs. E L SA 1.1-- iVmeiit Stis 4 and 5 & SMOKE: Meat Curing AI .J
Election of officers for the Cat-
Matthews phone 82.rI I ft. IfiiKths Fiee ,m'.tallifi.'nI | i ,Al,.> \ at Stark. Ki: Co
t'emen's Association will\ be held, 'l. ,...1. ..f all U.n.K .lllil.l Til.I' .. 11. lur"

_. ., -' -- II. Huggins said, and reports on the .. 1'7 l.afayrtit' St. I'hone :21.1-J.!
U tf.htWE !:. : 1 and 2 bedroom fur-
state convention will be given by apartment See Hilly,

Frazier Shaw and W. S. Sibley. II \VB <'I'>,,e in fiirnivhi'd apart- Central Truck I..,in. ,
mintiiital'l. .. f'r otisur twoIHISIMI US Ifhg
I The Farm Bureau will be respon- UNLAWFULFor reasonably
This Week's SpecialsNovember IT'S ''s p.-"1,1. Very
I sible for the supper arrangements; l>ri"it'il. All I I i'on\ .Tifiire>. :Xo |>etMr. > '::; -Five room furmn-ht i
anti 'r'V II. :Nollman. :22W \ .. 624 N. Chun Ii M \1'| .
I with Sibley and C. R. Bradford in I .I".n l :St If' >igoU N. Chunh SI I rb..n.'.
.haree : II, (ht;
30 December 6 i i01'11'1' I. SAI.K I H47 International IH I
: ton tin. k Cood condition. 'all -I.onic haired Chihiiahuiis.
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?; *.j. \\ I. Thiirn-n Jr. tfihi Wonderful I..t". Si--i.i| hv
----- -- I MAIMIK t:ik.. I notice M. IIOWI.IXU that M:>t> i is" m required hereliv I (AKCKeR) Trained Mri .I I.
Person Persons in Full SM.K: to responsible party: '1.-re. KniKsley l'lk,'. |.h..n.
I. Order of the Eighth to Engage
an Juduial. Any
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I ,\lIra' 11\. h .me. on.- iiiile city 4t.'hg!: II ID
Ladies C 'mult (".urt. In and Fir I'.rartfotdfounty. '. 1'U.
limits, \ n mall down |>avmnt
Florida wherein the FlorIda
:Nollman. Starke Waitr.1'1.1 I'A< < :
-Mis \\ I II I I : : -- \
Hank at Starke is Plaintiff and I I
W. 1<:. Dowling, individually, anr" I I ? ,' I Stop Kestaiirant !M f IIK

PANTIES S trading/ as IInwlinAllto/ Sales Is Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless : WAN'TKI': MAN for full: ir, part I I FOR !III.F.
I'cfeudjnt. Involving/ Creditorpro- I turn-i w..rk .1* SIIIK"T reir. s.ntitin : IIIU.tU: 101 Mi hIll \U
I l. ,'dlnl;-. to file her Answer with I II in Stark.Hra\ :Stl-ncht .. : \",.tU: TIIIKF.tHPkonr
29c Value I th. Irk of this Court and toMe 1 nussii.npply" ->in' :,-r s.\\ rn Ml'-IVi'il:
,. a copy thereof upon I'l.iin- : :'01.., hin. ,r.i 40i) :N Marion St \ .ur IhaakKultiae .nd
3-Limit I "fl s attorneys Ijizunby ]>fll. Graham The Name Is Registered : l.akm'ity.. 1.1 4lehK 12, ('hrUlmai Ordrrn
Colors sizes I and :MIiIi. Itox: 123. aird <>ftn '"..% TI HKK1' FtllM
I r.uildintf.: Cdlnefctille. Florida Klurahume, Florida
----- and therein show cause why the 11/16 Tit I 12 21
\Court should not declare that those'eitam W \NTKIITK.II W \'\ :

Infants I land. located In Clay County :': IMU'TK IS AVAIL
I Florida to wit: e IISTIXON i.tm.r: : KOH RIIAHFOKP rol'NTY
1 Lots Two (2) and Three (3). : TilE J. K WATKINS
I IMiifk: Twenty (20):! I'KF.K'S I OH S>'\1.1. TU iT' 659 WEST l.tA"1I

SLIPS I rlnl\'IlOI: : KI w.a.Y F. ST.. N.E., ATI.A 'TA. < 1A4lrhK
lOc 1.\K":. In Section 21. TownshIpS 1.-\I" vlnall homes In S5.000 or $ IS/14
South, lange 2.1 Kast.: as per I.YackftHave : -
IMat recorded in I'Ut Pook Two : Two I.vdroom lion--
29c Value ,I.') at Page Thirty-two (3!) of Read This Florida Law"It I I'..I'.uyers".rabld Waiting property For ..- on Sinclair St J K
Irregs I the public records of Clay County. I *:. 1'p
Honda. I,
I Kn-e I.i"tln" & AdvertisingMHO
3-Limit -hi'iilil not tie subject to the lien of ::- -6 room house. hath
: Plaintiffs Judgement against Pef shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to IT ICKtl.TY hoiiMe. large:: yard, !! ii.- -
> ndant as equitable assets of the Bohool. Keas rent 210 p;
'I Difendant. the title to which is held engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined Johnie hansen Rep. !' St.. key next! door
jointly, tiy I'e!-ndl.: "* and the said If, 'in
Boys :M.itgie M. loa ling Is wife. without and unless said fictitious nan.e shall be registered with the : r.ox! :1\1. Stark. Via
Said, Answer shah tie filed not riioiualdo.! HO S21314tchs & SMOKE Meat Curing:: Al-o
later than the Sth day of Dec.. clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of businessis Storage at Ptarke I. e c.
"!I' .1;, herein fail n<>t or default will 1! .100'';
SHIRTS m .nit-red againM you: and thlN" > with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit
SOC : "1-e shall lie published In a newspaper s \1.1':"Mt\ 'VTII)
for four (O consecutive signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of IIKIJ \\MT.II
of Florida's leading:: i 'nit i
Sizes 6-16 W''k"l four Salt' l IM.dy or :-.1. -niariI
I (4) publicationbeing i
-iltfl. If.nt'FIt'I.I. all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest i 'ar :N.it--al > A :'ol..y ?. .. .. Insurance eompanv I I. i-
Flannel '!- SCAT.) l'r"I"-II..n I If V'U < uaiifv. .. for a married man !I"
of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon. it. the ages of 21 and 4' tl i'
1st QualityMen's i lu'les A. Darby, Clerk. 'is_. in the area of Lak.' ,l-i--i,
!:> :M.iridn L Crosby.! Deputy Clerk Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto LOSTatunl.iy I-I... k :Mule in and (;reen Cove Springs
llft 11/3" be willinif' t-i
in business under fictitious shall have advertised his i inn ..( l.iwty Contact own good < ar. and
Jadxej engage a name or :'h..)II Station Lawtrv :it). :! and of good charaM
In The fourl Of The County
old tabl'-t
IM e
ilrniironl '..unl>. I'larida. j I their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four I' .." debit This that an.. .11!! KUaran---' '
KENT;; Small 3 "
lu 1'ruhnte. 'I F' 'i: -- room ,
during trail -m-
((4) consecutive weeks in some as defined by law in the county a.t| i'ruate bath, entrance.: Income ,
N; 1EST.TE OFVKVA newspaper .. If you have the abovi fl'.d'
rent *-
inflnd'd 1 \ $35 mo or as f I
R MAttTIN'EAP.: : Pe.-e.i-ed Available! II.. -. .,. want a pernian-nt j-I.
HANKESCARVE j, where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be Ills room' < I v..i. -I- i.l
7C 'i-! of. PeathSeptember: .".. l i" l-if.i\-ttc St ,- I a Rood future. .

I MIIH KINi.: OF. Fll DI.I\.CH G \IKI IMVIIIIIIV: OF Foil' accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving: proof of stt.i:.. II t.o \\ \ TIII I i .,,V for O Box interview: 3. l-ik-and
about yiiur 3-l.imit Un.I..TUTORI such publication. Mair; .r FrinatrU'.ulrt

S 1st Quality t I .0\:1:1 Whom It May Concern: I'ke to t..lklllh men IKXT-Ktirni-hed Apart iii' ,,' ,
N: ,' :. e is hereby given that I haveI vnin u h" wish to earn more and 2 l i.-.I m'....m- li (M .mid
I my final returns as admini.r $1'| "M' ]'T week in their own .. furin-h!. 21 -- .1 of the estate of :Neva Rali. I II. tti'o;; awh ti-HJ.-d \\'.- fin"'. : I'h'.n.2',:; <>r 41 ",-J af- ">

.\I.! I. .'.,>-> petition. deiea-ed, fur:final that d-ohars! I have' I I If you are engaged in business under any name \I 1,1, ..1,1 If'.t"t) ".ur own .in-'allment...d traIn! )..ii'. i mt I r I(

I Mi.it! I will apply I.> the II.." 1 \I.-h m >'-'II) ii..n.s from ,," SALE-- :.... I 1.' Theron .\. Yawn '''.inn I i-. ," tht:: of Miari "-imliis, 1 rfnil rim I'hn- :-1: ,">-J 1', > i;
I '... of Bradford County. Fli.ndi: I ". I', '.fiT ":xd'J' .-1\ ,. fr.in'hia.i !
4CIs I I'. 5. li'SS.: for approval "t theii other than and have not had this !j.IoIo.! Write or ...11. I' I! JIE.NT- K'Hir. ""in 'iin .n. .1
i .till for final dt.< harce, aid. I:1 your own, name I. rd. '.11 K S'. Jonii. Utk\ ,'. : -". ,\1'\11)! >::' :N T-mul-, '. -
Inch -r.itor of. deceased.the e-tate >f :NvaM.i'tmeau. 1 : ra I'Ti.iiif" i'-i! : :!\r. I : I Mp, ,

Silks !MV I Schwieters. ; III'I: : :[> Someone to take (, SAI.K".1 Cir ivlatinit!: ",.a'. I'I,
1st Quality I \ ,'i'irn'r.it: f th'! r'e .if I advertised and registered will he .. 'I I lov ..Ut tk for I'hlllllls, i i '. .:f f-
\,1 1! Ma-t.nea: ... diseased' properly we It..-. I rSlatl'.n-as..r.ablp..at Farmer's : ; | U tiir
: ; :
I P.oxer.: "alp. fa\\ n. 7A IItrat.d >- 1
FO' of|: KENT Five. rr>nm ". lIaTlI" PerK'-ant IUI"i <
apar'n-nt. 8.M N. I'hnri-h )0'. with" n.imc
1'hone glad to give you all necessary Information as to I>iy ".I'1.. j'htJrrh'lt I'hon ". I'I ..Nov Sprlnx' 4. ('a|%nary 5 rew.ird Inn. ir-- ..Ii-n t

I iv.fil Lewis Drive. nhone 1 72.
SoH Foi: SM.E OU TKADE-Four ..-" C"Ve l>rIRl"". Fla It 1K!: "
h u'-e, two acres land. deep
I'.ai: k of Itradford Furniture II I 'TEl' Waitress over 21 yrs \
what you should do.BRADFORD Th..na.s Norman. Rt 2 I'OT: 47Sto Apply El P.ancho Re-taii' ;
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!iTHKK FlIPENED Orane rheap "ID for r* urn of bill f-d! and f
1:'>0W 'r-vt-. l'.m.gPt th-m J. """. lo..t Wed p.m near hUh I
i \\'> rn. 6 Miles We-t of '. Rev. V. S. !MrAlilev. ;
FIGHTS AIL COLDS S tm-.n City! ltd .... lit l'hgI i iI
Call: St.S /." '.-::- COUNTY TELEGRAPH I
r. }j iT'y "intr O".-rn'-.y :' I PF'o'I" -(furn-h.t! 'w I. d
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19'1 and a Master Mason of th ins; fnr town delivery I to discuss any phase of the pro and tamily! were SuruLw d.':.n.-r
'Uncle Dave'Spry Blue Lodge of Temple Lodge 23 of I ( urn I'roduetion !I Ictle gram with you. I I IIlIIr1l guests:: of Mr and IIS: r liar

,Jacksonville.Mr ( Hall and L G, Johns': In Chicago) ley.

Baker has a third laugh: if.. into a program to capture the | We extend our best wishes this Rev Henry C Mirt-n: a-::d :: l,1 i i I.
At 96 tei Mrs Dick: Richards dn Iv of Gracev.Ue \-s.t.-d: Mr ml
;i Lt' .f Corn King They are not week to Marilyn Cox one of our
Newton, Kansas; seven grand : Mrs. Carl Brown and oir.er relatues I
-.itisfod with the probable top ,, Bradford 4-H Girls who is with
"UNCLE DAVE' BAKER, 96- 41c x .niKlien and 10 preat-grard- .,101 i for the countthis one more than 1200 other Boys and several da\- li-t -Aen'
,ilten : Mrs Dora Cark: w.i.-s a >-!: i.i-
!I n:
vear-old early settler of Keystone u. tht'want. it ne t'ear. and Girls representing every state in ,
Heights, celebrated his birthday ? W The future of Keyston. I !it I next. I our great nation. dinner guest of Mr irsj! Mrs.
Uncle Dave Harry Pinkston i :the! Mite i
recently at the home of his son- Heights is good as A good crop of crotalaria wail i iI Marilyn won this trip for hay FarmEvervone.
will be one of tin I I
in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs ees it: "It rttent'.v turned under on about ing earned on a good 4-H pro- :
Seth Kennedy of Keystone '..rgest towns < f Central Florida ::1.acre;;, Blue Lupine has beenplanted I gram for the past few years Her I;, jnv.'t.i I' V.v-M! I

Heights, He is! the grandfather oi ne predicts. 6 f I ISy urn. T Ilutgin, on that same 25 acresIf I, greatest aihievment has been mj the monthly FelloAM.! ; p \Ie4.ri: : ;

Mrs. Henry Godwin of Starke In excellent health. Mr. Baker I 'f" ('aunty Agent that makes pretty well, it j electricity and her trip was spon- I, this Friday night: ru ::1'i p-:.i. n.-e I
will be held afttrw.ird.
During his extremely active life- had an attack of arthritis about looks like that about the only I sored by Westinghouse Electric
time, Mr. Baker has crowded in a live years ago but he has fully re- --- thing to keep them from making I Company. j jMiss I Sorry to rcpt.rt Uiit ,:It..' i--ru>

host of experiences. He cotton I: t"JVel c K.IIMiootl Hogs either of the farms. corn would be lack of moisture j Dorothy Ross, Home Demonstration Adkms is I ill:!

farmed in South Carolina, workedin As a matter Jt :'.tct, when \\'I' ,ul know that the profIt Farm Bureau CuttlenunNov. Clyde and U G. favor Dixie IS1 Agent, and many others -' Mrs Pora (,'a-h: ,,'b- ,,-ei j her

a sawmill, engaged in almost sought for an interview, he was mlrg:1l i> !'ii.-ht\: dose with any !i 30 is NOT the date. To field'rorn and they believe in I deserve lots of credit for ; birthday annueiMrx' ,,.ttvk,

every phase of the citrus industry, not home dozing in a chair. lie I livestock Howevft. a little extra I! avoid conflict with other activitiesour using enough fertilizer to make working so faithfully with Mari I with many h ipj'\ !r'"' .: :\-

clerked in a retail store, served as was out taking a walk. For ex- to meeting will be Friday night a good crop. j lyn. Marilyn deserves even more j i
town marshall!, deputy said.CLAY. feed tan be just the thing i I I ri.L I.O\K the non r.-trr
policeman Together with his son-in-law, ercise, he Dec. 7. This one meeting will Tobacco Soil Bank credit for'her interest and faithfulness brook
sheriff, ran a mule-drawn streetcar make that profit margin a little pruse-si/r fountain Ilt'n in
Mr. Baker contracted set out \Ve are getting a Good number
to ; to the 4-H
line, worked a clay pit. truck hundreds of dollars of shrubbery Ii I I........................ more certain. take care of November and Derember. of questions about putting tobacco program pastel. '.had,". Onl\ $:{.OJ! at Hrwl

farmed, raised stock, developedland There are lots of sows around Let's make this last 1956 allotments in the soil bank. } ford ( i>untTelegraph.; .
during the boom time.lie r.. .. ..TV v.... ... .?.
landscaped, built homes, ; about, another good one.
built the first successful i HILL i iI over the county that are Xo official contract forms nor |
worked pecan groves, worked for I I Tully Sells 'Fm Young J final instructions have teen FOR DEPENDABLE
lawn in the area one on the old to bring a litter of pigs or already I received NORTH SIDE
the state Road Department, and
assistant at Cable place, using winter rye I I by Mrs. J" l. StrirUlmi'1 i have one. Corn alone will !i Had a request just before yet All we can do is base,i
as an inspector
grass to get it started. Later, he not provide enough nourishment Thanksgiving from one of our I our discussion on last year anJ Termite
the dog racing tracks. went to Daytona and got some St. .......................A I for sows to properly feed their (: good Starke neignsx/rs for a 9ti agree to let you know when final II v :Ire ( ar14 BrownAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Control

Mr. Baker laughs as he recalls Augustine grass and built the Mrs. Hattie Nolan was serious-I pigs' As good as corn is, it lacks pound pIg. Mrs. M. \V. Lance waned instructions are here. i< .
his past experiences: "I did everything : \Ve do know that the tobacco household Jt Comrnerciil
lawn at the old Keystone HeightsInn. ly Injured in a car ", Wed'i both quality and quantity Of to attract her Thanksgiving' '
The \\ n'.In,1 1 J-otherhtv
preach. minerals and vitamins program will be on a year-to- Test Control
lask week. Another protein ,
of I 1
nesday tamily, about 25 in all with the
Only Two SouthernersHe I At this time he had charge of about car ran around a large trailer'! A little supplement along with: sight of a roastetl pig as they j year basis. The acreage will be I me't.ng Mrs': Maude xv.1held;: Wamwnuht Mon.ii\; night spent Oro\e Spraying
came to Keystone Heightsin 200 of ,I and hit Mrs Nolan's car. completely out of production forrharvest.
acres pecan groves truck I your corn will pay. A supplement : gathered about the table filled'with
with her nigh- .
Thanksgiving Day 1
1923, when, as he says: "There and did almost anything under turning it around on the road. She ?: This means that even no ; i Call ITi. 6 603i
I' IS very necessary to provide pro food. 'I livestock that i ter. Mrs. A, J Boles and family j
were no stores, no postoffice, no contract."If was knocked unconscious and ; can graze acreageYou
tem and mineral.
I saw the right in the Lawtey.
and homes. A. B. I in two I pg can plant .soil-building crop j in j jMi. i Florida Pest
depot very few I didn't know how to do the had her right arm broken j I Control
Davis section foreman of the collar bone. J Among my recent visi'<. two of Tally! Norman and after a littlo or establish pasture on that acre ; '.; Eva Clark .f L...-. <'::1-"
was job," he slid, "I'd hire a man who places, also broken l i
"tailroad. and he and I' were the did," broken right shoulder, and right i farms with some might\ g.al! persuading, Tully agreed to the ; age and maybe: receive some cost visited I Mrs Doia Clark on i & Chemical Co.

only southerners in the town. le; broken twice, bea:des internal Duroc pigs were those of Kocimau >,lie I un told that he weakened i i iI assistance lr doingthit \\V do Th.inksg.ving. I ''I X \V. Ifith ,\\ ,
\fo't of the rest were settlers Ketin-s At KignijAt injuries. She was taken to Riverside Underhill and Felix S.ipp Selec- :itt-r is butchering time came near ( not know the point of greatest Inv Mrs. JtsMe Scott t and thitJ'on:

from Meadville .Pa." the age of 80 ilr. Baker re-!j: Hospital in Jacksonville.: A j Lon i if good! breeding g Its I'ouldtot' and had !,> c'lll in help to pie. t<:-u\-, A hit '\ ill Ii.,' i ate ,,: \ ,-, ;t :'i Kei maid n i Ii-u weeK I Oamesv die, Florid.

t'red.: and went to live with' his and three children were made f:011I the inim.ils on pare; the puttv litt'e, '! uuuueut'' p--" p.'r pound hr.., ue c'id: Keinl! Mr. E. (', ILtrvey
{Tnt'''' Dave lived at first in an woman
daughter, Mrs. Lola Johnson j '
old, house on Brooklyn I.ake, but in the other car. and one of the -
who was employed there at the
I IltpI' bought land and built a i children was thrown about C.:
State Farm. When the women inmates .
home the feet and critically injured. All -
near present Baptist
were moved recently to the N
Church. It was the only home II i were taken to a hospital for ] ; :: 4f
new prison at Lowell, Mrs. ) I .... ,
built during the depression treatment.Our :
Tnhnson moved to Oala, where 'tt
from 1923 to 1933: -a little grandson Henry En- ,
Mr. Baker now makes his home. : ,
time, as he recalls, when folks i 'and, fell In the fire and was ]i ,
Still physically and mentallyactive i ::\,
were saying that the goats were slightly burned last Friday night ;
Usfcle Dave is much (
very i ;
Inking over Keystone Heights. : All of the family have colds and : k ti't '
interested in politics. "I have been | i I _
unable to attend Sunday
He began by setting out pecansfor Peer since 1876, when South were
j School church. _
a man from California named Carolina took the government: a-j i and
Minnie Gurr and sons spent
Cable, up at Old Brooklyn and wav from the carpetbaggers" hey' '
took charge of groves and set out said Thanksgiving Day with Dad and

ornamental shrubbery.First Mr. Baker had a ready explan- I' Mom Strickland. During the after- '
visited the Jim lfornsbysand i
SettlerFirst his life noon we
ation for long : '
dwellers he remembers "It simmers down to God's ] other relatives at Starke and

there were John Lawrence who mercy." he said. lie added that I Kingsley Lake.
was president of the development he comes from a long-living: faml-! Rev. Babb from the Macedonii .

\. company, and his brother, Claude ly. A brother, Sanford lived to !I Church was our speaker last Sat- '
sister to', urday night. This Saturday, Rev
who built the home that Ed be 100 and a younger
Wiggins lives in now: man named he 90. | Davis, parlor of the Picketvillc ,

Ingram who lived at the little Stew Great Future :j
lake: Jim Houser, a contractor. He is a member of the Missionary : Church and the Maxville: ;

and his brother John, a merchant. Baptist Church (since he was ( Baptist Church are both having 1
I revivals this week. \ii

i I Rev. Lane pastor of the Clay I V

Hill Church, delivered a message ,
$50 $100/ at the Evergreen Baptist Church
HEED CASH? -- -- -- $300 last Thursday night. ,

PROMPT COURTEOUS CONFIDENTIAL I There were 18 at Prayer Meeting ,
at Clay Hill last: Wednesday!

night and 23 at Prayer Meetingat
Long Branch Thursday night '
We are smart enough now that
218 W. University Axe. Phone FKG-5333
we :rend prayer services at two
Gainesville, Fla. ""I1tI''ilt's .-.en if the weather'

'j". get might cold for us. f ':*

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fi -+'+ li' enjoy furnace heat
t' t cover te floors in vevery ; : : ,
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S- without-
room, -- Eb
{ y costly, dirt-collecting *; -

)/l 1-.Lc pipes and registers y

to install or clean! e / 1 a ,K c (l711 Yi


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Q fl( GETS rO THE 8OTTOM OF THE,cOte FtOOL fh106lFMtu t

......., ..:.. .. jti 4.', :: -- 7 r Coke in new King Size

l:, "Io"' OIL -
':'" L : ? ,c,..A- furnace HEATERf

/ is not a space beater thai wastes ATWTtO AUTOMAHC

leaf up the cA/mnef and o* the cu/iag/
fordyor f 0 fiWf u I or 2 rooms t

Siegfer is tot a central heating LETS YOU LIVE IN EVERY ROOM famous standard-size too !

plant with expensive, insfa/faf/oos/ ENDS OVERHEATED CO UNO I .

Siegler is a revoljtionary NO MORE MESSY CLEANING JOBS!

Just what you've been waiting for. that real great taste of Coke
in .
HEATING every room SAVES UP TO 50% IN FUEL t.

r"11" Iwwu M .b ... P.yo oil ,, '' that famous quality of Coca-Cola in a handy new size. Now you get more to pourat i

: ;" I C K'G 'h.t\, ; E r, .J.J ,'/ \ '- parties and mealtimes. whenever
MANEY., ',,,, ,DAN. 'W ..x < or family or friends get together.

. with hf fuel it !
A SIEGLER furnaw htat.r Jayes Always keep both sizes in the refrigerator.

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WINKLER ELECTRIC S SERVICE Bring home both sizes today '

231 X. Temple Ave Phone 1C6 Starke, Fla. I
,.: i Bowled l uwJw omharlry of The Coco-Cola Company by STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY

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By Ozora J. Shell ( '
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\ leader i is Burn |I a program, second Sunday. Clos- I ;' I' !

This was ih(. theme of the Honor |:' ing the rally that night a rich I' I i,, I I

Dav bsprxance held at R. J. K I program will be presented by I Ii t
members of the seniot I Mrs: Thomas Broxton Sarah \ :
today Mori us. Flossie Mitchell, Beulah :: t
ihich John Chandler n
pas Lennon, E. Civens. NT. E. B P :
president and Mrs. F. S. Pierce. WashI I 0 Elk
ington and others. Mrs. X. L I ,' :
sponsor A fine luncheon was I 9 ,
Pullum will have charge of the ,
served *t 12:30. Dining the chapel
choir. There wall be no admissionto 1 I 1 ",
program at 2 p in. a rich program ;, s'f a
the singing on Second Sunday I i', "
was presented honoring the I '
afternoon. Mrs.Vlllie Mae Morris ;
teachers ranking highest in pop- Vd'w, J.
is sponsor of this program. Th' t II I .
nanty from a recent poll of the
student body Joseph Greene general public is cordially invitedto I
teacher of the 6th grade and attend. B. J. Lennon reporter.

sponsor of the Student Council. Mt. Zion Methodist Church, Rev Charity Football Game Ii;

was holder of first place. Second Ruby Robinson pastor, held Wom- : 1

place; was won by Mrs. M. L. Paul an's Day on last Sunday. A rich "a
oordmator of the elementary de program was presented. The total ';Idy ,

partment and a teacher at the contributions for the day were qr, k 'I'11:";.'
$i8 from all participating churches i lii'l I'I
for many, many years. !
Third honor which included Allen Chapel rte-. 11:11:
was given to Mrs. I.
M. Royal by the student body and ML Pisgah of Starke. Illi1lh i

The fourth honor was awarded Greater Antioch Missionary !!
loach Elmer Shell who is working Baptist Church Rev. George Lee, !
toward completion of his pastor, will hold their official !

eighth term at R. J. E. The seni- business meeting on Saturday. !!!i!:

ors are Interested in making thh Dec. 1, at the church. This call ", 'I'"I j'
one of their annual activities. is being made especially to deacons Ii'' '

Ihurston! School News deaconess, ministers, and as Ii!! !
many laymen as possible. The :"
According to Principal S. C.
meeting is also being called to l illl
Price. Tuesday night will be I
movie and fun night each weekat re-organize the Deaconess Christian ;- ..,.P,''I
Thurston school, Lincoln City. Assembly. Officers will be Iii I(:
They are trying to raise moneyto elected and riiiggestions will be .II,J'
elected and suggestions will be 11,1.11,1,
help the PTA with school im- ;' ,
Each week made for.any improvements you dII '
provements. an Interesting -
feel j.!
necessary for all concerned.
feature and selected i"" ;
shorts will be shown. A very goof 1 1 Deacon Cailwell is asking all interested :
PTA meeting was held just before persons to please be present -
Thanks iving. Parents are on Saturday. Services will be

asked to be sure to come to theOf'rember held all day Sunday starting with I 'i
Sunday School at 10 a. m. Supt ,
meetinanll;:: Christmas !
party Date to be announced later Arata Williams in charge. All officers i' II,
Doiothy Jackson reporter. are asked to bring their:
certificates on Saturday for the I!
Anderson School Broadcasts
business meeting Deacon Carls- 'Hu
The choral, group of C. C. And well, reporterSliuardi'ss I STRAWBERRY
i-rson Junior High school gave a Board G
r.nlio bioa President B J.
Lennon announces I
'tentU and was well received b/:
a meeting of this board at
lit pisons at the studio and the x
!those who tuned in. The group parsonage on Pine Street Sunday
at 4 m. Sister .
p E.
was under the direction of Mrs Washing P
7. Jennings, music teacher of the ton a member will be hostess. '

school. The R. J. E. trio of Law- The pastor and his wife enjoyeda I I

ley appeared as guests. Th.a: recent visit of relatives to I :I I:,:
Starke Mr. and ,
group was offered a regular Sun- Mrs GeorgeGardener. I '' :
They were able to II ::
day afternoon spot on radio sta enjoy 4
turn WPDQ but due to the lack of a real Thankrtit ing dinner U;, I,:
while here. II IIU'l'In .
transportation. .. they_' were unable. .. I TTTT If III I
to accept mis line opportunity \ 10 KIDDERS '
Lawtey has provIded such outstanding Prop'vals will lie" received by I Ii'
!h<> City lot Starke. Florida, Ii'i
soloists for R. J. E. as 7':in !'. \r. (CaMirn Standard Time until) I i!
Rosebud Kitties and Joan Britt. in December t, 1916, for the furnishing -
both are seniors and expect to alternate i of 1000 gallon, pumper and IISTARKE I
on 710 gallon pumper II
graduate: in May R. H Donald for the City of Starke lilted and I
ilescritK'il in these specifications. I
reporter. Bach bidhall I.e submitted In du
Christmas QuiltA plicate and shall I.e addressed to
Carl Johns. City Clerk City of
quilt will be given away at Starke. Florida marked "Fl'fl-
Ni.sui.vr: : OP luoo OAUOX puiir-
Anderson Junior High School on
Dec. 17 It recently won a second ON 730 GALLON I'L'MI'EK," and ,
place ribbon in the Bradford Coun- delivered through the mail or oth
erwise, to the office of the City
ty Fair and was made by members Clerk City Hall.
of the Hobby Club of the All proposalshall be based on
a point of delivery of i
school. Mrs. Truelove Smith Is at
the City of Starke." Florida.
president of this group; C. C. The City reserves the right to
naive Informalities In any bid; to
Anderson is principal. reject any or all bids in whole or FLAG
Personal Mentions In part with or without cause
and/or to accept the bids that in
Airman Maxie ; ,
spen its judgment
will be for the best
the Thanksgiving season with his ii.terest of the City of Starke. Flor
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brooks. ida.
JOII:: City Clerk
Maxie Is a recent graduate of City of Starke Flarida.
R. J. E. lie joined the Air Force 11/16 3t 11/20

shortly afterwards and has served NOTICE-TO APPEAR Nov. 30 8:15 P.M.I I
for more than a year. He will !. Circuit Court Bradford Coast. Friday
leave Starke and report for over- Florida Dale! Stover.Chaurerr.Eric 1'laintiff.s.. -- :

seas duty. WUJi Katherine Stover. Defendant. ,
\ Another service man visiting .Nollre To AppearTo Case ::lJ. 10-1S13

parents for the holiday season is : WilUa Katherine Stover,
Phillip Hunter. He is also a recent -' whose residence and address is: 22
Cow den Str..t.'orchl""l..r." Mass
graduate of R. J. E. and was achusetts.
accomplished in music while a You are hereby notified ftat a

student suit has been for divorce filed against you In the Bradford
Greetings come from the Florida above named" Court and cause and High Tornadoes
you are required to nerre a copy of
east coast in Hobe Sound and four answer or pleading to the
West Palm Beach from Ethel V. complaint on the Flalntlft'sAttorney
Thomas J. Rivers, p. o.
Singleton and :Maude E. Magee. lox %11. Green Cove" Springs, STARKE
Both are enjoying their work and Florida )
and file the original in the office of
miss the home folks. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
Church Neus before the

Allen Chapel A.M.E. Churc.i: otherwise 17 diy of the December allegations 1S56.of laid VS. .
Rev R. J. Washington pastor. 'Complaint will be taken as confessed -

Everyone enjoyed the service heW I This by you.notice shall be published .
on Third Sunday. A trustee rally once each week for four consecutive I
weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
was set up by members which will!! graph.
ilimax: on the second Sunday in Dated lh13 day November,,

December Each member is askedto 1956.(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Monticello High SchoolMONTICELLO
pay $5. At 3 p. m. the Heavenly Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Five Gospel singers will render By Marian 1. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
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LABOR AND MATERIALS : II I We, The Undersigned, Join The Starke ELKS Lodge In Welcoming Our Many Visitors To Starke Today, And Inviting Everyone

Call Us or Drop A Card ... No Obligation .... Visitors And Homefolks Alike To Come Out And Enjoy This Most Colorful Event Of The Year. And Remember .... You Will '

I Be Aiding A Most Worthy Cause When You Support The Strawberry Bowl. 'I

$300,00. j : 'I

$600 36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $J 4 .17 I Charley E. Johns & Son Agency Koch's Drug Store Chas. C. Shepherd Radio & TV 'If

FREE Estimate and In i I Andrews Motor Company New Method Cleaners The Farmers Supply II,I,:;

AM Fit to I \I It Williams 1 Jewelry Bradford Wholesale 1 Motors Inc. I ,I
LIIformation I herb s Drive In I Restaurant t t '

Ii Robbins Dept. Store L awson Meat Market i : "

I:, Hardy Brothers Motor Co. S. R. Johns Grocery

I, 1:1:;I Ratliff Chevrolet Co. ;j

101511 SALES ONLY : II I I I H. C. Wall Agency --. Harry Rabb ,

4! Doyle, The Cleaner Bradford Abstract Co. 1::,


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I -- I : brought by Rev Marvin Faile, Wiggins, Howell Williams and Frank Williams home were Mr Lots Tn (Ci: and Three (H) 'l l In The oart Of 1 hr <'...n(> Jailer,
....................... : fith T""n'I:II'E'K' llradford nonlv. l.r..I.
t"Ceded solo by : drove to Jacksonville.! :. and :Mrs James Broome and family
1 ; was P! by a Roy Morgan I I I :Mis Fade and a piano numberb on Tuesday of last week to take of Orlando. Also present for L\KK in >.ii.-u :1 i, Tt.wn-hipj: ju: FS-T\-F; t.iFV '
,. "..uth, }:.Inr" ." K.ist.: as p< r j .
\ :Martha Carol Lane. George i iXVi.iner : Mis. Eva Runge home after her i Thanksgiving dinner at the \Vil- 1'lat recorded 111 I'lat }'"..k T%'... u,I'.\ \.. i...: a I\T\. !: .!: .
.: dosed the program with M.-it here with her sister. Mrs hams home were Mra Dan John- i-> at I'.iRf Thirty-tw,t i': "> "..1the j !J.- f r.. .i"s I'O'1..t -. ". ,
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.f Cl.i
.f pulilu l nis > ( un-
fly Mr.. bu'y :Norumn ; benediction. Wiggins They also visited Mr son and }{Morgan.: ,: ly. Flur.da. !II lI\ \i. mot imtt.K: or

:'If 1';; Ola :M. PerkIns. school and Mrs. Leo Wiagins. who celc-, Spending Thanksgiving Dain ;,isi.tuld I not be stilijt-cl to th.i"11 of \Msnt\TOK
vvyyy VVYVV VVVVVVVYVV'The I brated their 25th wedding anni-i with i! I'laintff'< Judgement against PcIfendant ,- 'To .\I \\ hn. It :May! .'"n '
pnncipal.1 announced the numbe'Sind Hampton the J. A. Williams: X.'t. .. ,
as equitable a's'rts of thl'l s h'c.I.1':1| \ :! : i i.
hunters from hero returned reminded parents of nextweks versary that night with a family | family and Miss Avory Williams ,j !>,frndant, the title to whkh is hfld .fil-il. n.y f,ruil iin* ... ii!.
from various arts of the count PTA meeting Tuesday af- dinner at their home In Jackson-1 I was David Younker of Jacksonville Jointly !>y n..'-nda.rt and the ad [rlt..r ..f Th t' I..t.. .; :N, i :.
I Marine :M. Dow'.tng, Js wife. I !M..rtiue.ii. .1!-.i--.d.i -t.,.; i.
without too much luck. The Lunz I k t.-rnuon' Det.. at 3:15. ville | Naval Air Station. I I Said Answer hah tve filed not I ted! mv p.-it''n f..r (1.1 d.nd ,. .-_.,
outfit with Lacey Norman ;i I later than the Ath day of Dec., :. that I II ii.pn (.> I I
Stalling Mr and Mrs. Dick Hinson and
11111Ind :NpeaKerAt j )Ir. and Mrs. J. H. Day and (rable Tht-.n A \j.w .
i 1'ijC. herein fail nt or default will 'i i
got one four-point buck and Church family were hosts at Thanksgiving Mrs. I Judge' nf r.radfi.-J (' .
Itaptist Ensie Morrow of Plant City lti -nttred against you: and thisXntiod I > nt. F .1
P..eE.. C. Harvey who hall be flub!.-bl'd in a newspaper on }),,-. ;.. 1. ,'nrova. ": "' ,
a turkey. A film on the Crucifixion dinner for a Hinson family | are visiting in Hampton with I for four (4> oitnsei'iitneWffki. I.sanif! .I! .' :t ,, .: f.irj: ... ,
was with another funtinp party i; shewn at the Thanksgiving Prayer reunion. Present were :Mrs. Marie ] Mr and Mrs. Marshal Matchettand I four \*, pUIII." Ions hrinj ,iflUi.-r.i. I > i'. : \ \
bagged a nine-point c'eer the tiggest Meeting in the Hampton Baptist Self of Ft. Pierce; :Mr. Firman Mr and Mm G. P Wads- I sufficient. I 1:. I.trtin..w -In' 't-.>.>il.s .
I' '!'lOFFU'IAI, SKAI.iI Ii \\ :z i >,\\',t-.rx.
killed I believe. Hiurcvh last week. George Wyatt of Bradenton; Mr. anil:! 'worth.. .
I Chillis .V. I 1:11'1.\ i'1.! rk. v.iN '-.',', .' '. f .' I'
Mr. and Mrs Homer Smith and Wisner missionary-appointee to Mrs. Douglas Hardy and family j Mrs. G. P. Wldsworth spent i IU :M.i-.i'i I. t'I l t.v l I'"i p.v, : 'j.i., \.. !' Mi'ti-.ea .. d >....L'.d.
daughter of South Carolina spent : : Brazil spoke Sunday night on his Mrs. G .W. Hinson. Mrs. GertrudeHoffmaster : last week in Bunnell. returning !i II.:' it II ::01 i : .: I

the weekend here with friends :, 1 work in that country. His two .' and son, Mr. and MrsJ. I I home Friday night with Mr. and I
and relatives. Mr. Smith preachedat Edith E'sther. C. Warren and and
daughters. anj presented 'I family I i I Mrs Thomas Wadsworth. Supper WE CONTRACT FOR
the Long Branch Church while special musicPersonals Mrs. Willamae Denton and son. ', guests Saturday evening of Mr

here.A. j jI all of Starke: and :Mrs. Elsie Hill ( and Mrs. Wadsworth were Mrs \ ALL TYPES OF BUILDING
Thanksgiving dinner was Members ()f the Track Motion of tinMarke National Guard unit I Guests of the Wesley Griffins I and :Mr. and Mrs. Fleet Collins of Dora Burton and Mrs. Carl Bauer

given at the Zoo here for employees I recehe instruction in tank repair and maintenance from :M-Sgt. last week from Wednesday to Gainesville.\ J and children of Greenville\ Miss i BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL

of Beaih Bend Park Bowl- I Robert Drake.Keeping. i Saturday were :Mr. and Mrs I Mm. Lillian\ Blackmon rtoved Arnold Haddock and Robert i REPAIRS. REMODELING JALOUSIE PORCHES I

ing Green Ky.. and Florida Reptile Lindsey Corley and daughters of last week from her home in II Cox were included among the

Land. About 35 guests enjoyed \ Eupora, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Mar Hampton to live with her son. successful deer hunters last weel I FREE ESTIMATES I

the bountiful dinner and the For Battle vin Corley and children of Ste- Harold Rhoden and family at I j in the Ocala National Forest i j
Tanks In Condition I
good fellowship.Rev. wart, Miss., and Mrs. Griffin's their home east of town. j I Marklee :Norman also shot a deer I W. L. THIGPEN JR. i

George Chism of Monlac, | father Lewis Breazeale of Vai- Mrs. R L. Soisson and daughters last week. ,

Ga. preached at the church here | den :Miss. Both of the Mrs. Cor- of Gainesville spent Saturday I Phone 297-J Starke. Fa!
Job Of Guard Track Section YOr'LL; Uthl' I
last Sunday morning and evening!lIs Unit's | leys are sisters of Mrs. Griffin in Hampton with Mrs. D. E. pruse-size fountain new Esterhruok inpastel I Route 2, Box 245.D

Mr. and MrsV.. C. Hardee are I :Mrs T. F. Brown snent last week I Hill and daughters while Mr. II..1 I pens f
similes. Only $3.09 at Bradford
the proud parents of a daughterborn I with her ain and daughterinlaw and Mr. Soisson attended the -
Many of the vehicles used in |, unit with 18 moie men needed to I County Telegraph.i \ .
on Nov. 24 in Bradford 'I :Mr. and :Mrs Gordon Weest. Tech footba.l V
to full Florida-Georgia ,i i r
battle in modern warfare are bring the section up in 1
County Hospital.Mr. Miami. in Jacksom ille. Sunday I' 11.' M Ii't.tit'ii
and Mrs. Floyd Normanare i I equipped with tracks, enablingi strength. Needed are nine track Mrs. Bert Hinson her son-in- ,game victors of the Hills\ were Mr. and : :M lIo1\\ !.IX'; w.u j.r.. See BILLY JACKSONFOR
vehicle four auto- hy t.ik.- n'.tithat "-hiiv i r"'IIIIIdby
staying with the L. M. :Normans i I I them to withstand rig'orouI repairmen law and daughter Mr. and Mrs Mrs. T. \\'. King and sons of .in Orol'r of tinKithth: Jinlni.ilI'irruit |
while Floyd is employedat treatment and to travel and motive fuel and electrical system -I Arthur Gaskins and son, and who I; i rmirf In ami Fur I'.r.KlfVtil
Jacksonville stopp"n-
three seniorI County Florida, wherem the Flor-
I fight over rough terrain. I lepairman
with St. Kra.ftCorp. Brenda
present Mary's Sue Hinson .
and Dolores
route home from a visit to Wild- i.l.t Hank at Starkc i. Plaintiff anil
Despite the toughness of the I track vehicle repairman and a Hardy of Staike visited in Pan wood. W. E. Dow ling, individually, and! TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT, DISKING

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Norman an- I equipment the vehicles are not turret artillery repairman and ama City Thanksgiving Day with .trading as r>..wi:!>irn\" <, .i1- ". isjP.fiiLini. .I I
Mrs. Lulu DeWaters returned '
nounce the birth of a son Randal indestructible Sometimes they helper.To :Mr. and Mis. Bert Hinson Jr. !| .,. m\"l\iii.! ; ''ml i- p And All Tractor Work
the to her home in Brooklyn, N. Y. i ilniK- to file hrr Anutrmh I Type
their work
Eugene, on Nov. 18 in Bradford carry on Walter I.!. rk 'if tinVurt .mil
I are crippled in battle or by the Young arrived in lamp- :jtli'1 in I II
Track Section is equipped with on Wednesday last week after a MI\i I ,t C"PthfTrnf! Up" I'l.lltl-
County Hospital.list wear and tear of use. ton Tuer.lay of last week afterspending few weeks' stay here attending her I'fi'|I ..tI..rr.\ --. I..tz..nl.I'd II! (,rili.ui PHONE 165 I
a shop van with special tools .' I :
I the last six months in md lllI> H.'I: H' ; p.I) i.f-
The job of keeping the tanks wrecker and a radio jeep. The New pecan crop. I i.". l.iiUIniK: <;.',Ii. -\ iii! Fl..rd.! !
I York. He is the .
son of Mrs ,
Your Property With Me. I I and other track vehicles moving -I estimated value of the equipment Veina Youn?. Mr. and Mrs. Vei non Slade an.' I Ir..nit i.lT'd Ilw.iu.1.,1.1. Ml"W i..l. .ou'i 1" .* MI-u\1 : t". W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER r

Il4\e Bujers Waiting If The TriceN falls on the Track Sections is $5; ,.30tI :Mrs. Mamie Meade left Satur- son !',ent Thanksgiving in Lynne |1"1', ii .! mils ,i... itt il in r .ii i 'i'
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Right i of Ordnance companies--such as Resides serving a vital partin day for Cocoa to visit her son with their son and daughtcr.nlaw -

;, Co. "C" the Starke National I the national defense program inlafland d ughtpr. Mr and :'Ilrs.emon Shide: |

WALL REALTY I Guard unit. the men in the Track Section :Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Allen an I i Mr. and :'III's.Y.. A. Saxon an I I 4 "HANDY

REGlSTr.KKl BROKER \V'hen; a tank within the combat receive valuable experience in family drove to St. Augnstir'Sunday children and Mrs J. II. Saxon: i II BOTTLED GAS SERVICE
I last week visitinu with the'Will 'I
command supported by Co. their weekly Monday night to \'isitfr.: Allen's: brother spent FLAME"
Uox 466 I'honeI8.J I
I Saxons in Oakland Paik. Mi
and summer encamp in the !
I "P" goes out of commission, the sessions hospital there. He underwent
337 X. Walnut Starke I and Mrs. Madison Lee of Cm">.\
Tinrk Section moves into act- ments. ; an operation la.vt week. I COMPLETE BOTTLED GAS SERVICE FOR
I I ion to the tank where- i Mrs. very Slade and children visited the W. A. Saxons Thanksgiving -

I ever--going it is, and repairing it to I ...".....1'-"' '''' _....''.' I! and,! M ra. V. J. Slade drove to weekend. '' I COMMERCIAL -- HOME OR FARM USESEE

the best condition possible Jacksonville on Tuesday last Thanksgiving dinner gue .t.s ( f' I
I I HAMPTON ; week to Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Parker
under the ircumstances. If repairs \ 'isit1: rs. A very Slade's WON- I '
I isister. Mrs. J. n. their son-in-law and daughter. Miami US BEFORE YOU BUY
cannot be made on the I Lucas in S'
I i Vincent's Mrs. Melton Misner WP! I RANGE AS LOW AS
GAS $89.95
j spot the tank may bo towed to II y Mrs. n. R. Pill : Hospital for an operation of Gainesville. and DIXIE -

the rear.The 20 GAL. GAS WATER HEATER AS LOW AS $89.95
I alIa44AAALAAAAAAaAAAAAh Mr and Mrs. W. W. Hammon 1 :Mrs. L. L. Melton's mother ar-I
Track Sections has the I and daughter Willow of Hamptonand rived last; week from Ohio to'I APPLIANCES OF ALL KINDS
all I ('alladtUtlit' I'f>
of I
.FIGHTS ALL COLDS lesponsihilitv keeping Mr. and Mra John Hammon' spend the holidays with the :Mel
SVMPK'M1 lNt TIMEIN .. track vehicles within one-third .\t Schr-ol rmcrain ''of Crystal Lake were Thanksgi tons, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard HARRY C. ELROD FURNITURE COMPANY

LESS TIME II Irk.N I of the iliviMon rolling. Twenty Students at Hampton F.lemen-, ing dinner guests of :Mr. anl Melton and children of St. Mary' I

MFrT' enlisted men and one officer com- I tary School recited and sang t" Mrs. Harry Baker and family at Ga. were also visitors at his par 218 Temple Ave. Phone J.3
Pk'1 < pose' the section in the StarkeALVAREZ' a capacity crowd in the school Keystone I
Airpark. ents home. Easiest Terms
Lowest Prices
I auditorium during: the Thanksgiving Mrs. George Williams\ Mrs. H Thanksgiving visitors at the I

ni II I STORE Established\1t'n's.Clothing 1894 (I'llII I'IJ I I-I "Thanksgiving The student entire program first Acrostic., program Nov.grade 21." followoo openedthe with

j by a second grade; rftit. Both WE INVITE YOU TO UNLEASH THE BIG M'skalld Only Mercury
I grades joined in seasonal songs'
:! under the direction of their teacher. offers you these

Mrs. Louise Raulerson.The .
second and third grade section dreamdrivefeatures

included piano solos by Anne
HUNDREDSof I Packham, and a duet with her

brother Merle. The girls presented -

aetails are managed) and economically a comparison of Thanksgivingcustoms The "ulk"n Mercury's excluiiie

attended that only a trained and then and now, while the Floating Ride. The "dyncmile" II-.e
boys followed with a recitation. mightiest ip Mercury historya
careful organizatio-.i can attend when DynamiteHere's power
The numbers were directed by the new 290-hp Turnpike! Cruiser
the urgent need i"or serving i is It' !
hand. teacher, Mis. Floy Sullivan. V.8 engine. And here ore some of
Piano selections by Marcia the "dream-drive" features

GI iffis. and Merle Packham, anda

four-part poem by Odessa Mel-

DeWfTT f C. JONES! ton. Fred Peeples, Emily Johns
and Nancy Zacek were highlightsof

__ Phonr 7 Starke. Fla. _ the fourth and fifth grade

Funeral lirectnr .uubul".c.. ."->..TMOOur !section of the program. A Thanksgiving -i1 -,
prayer wan given by Carlton performance thatDl

local tUI',1 c...u<* ..ii"M'-. nel to ufer iiinvrnirn>.-. a,,4iervu. Meng and Patsy Roark. ?MisH

'.. oof ih'.l.. aval'-1 I G. Spencer teacher, dnectedthe

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w. furnish the htgbeal type -'vJ.'" ..I .".v, ., p"O'. .n Iace.pt students The sixth sane and two seventh songs led grade by is all new..from fan in Mercury's American Montclair engine series design._a When first

ANY lire insurance policy it r-Tce. ...u-o ocuint > i..... their teacher Mrs. Jane Noe, and [ i the fan isn't needed for cooling it

*a. ..s t>*vm"'"' in pun IIr'r in "n run"ra! Marvin Stanley played a piano coasts_saves power other cars

c'4.nAul'1l.n arriu" "11... UuI& I selection. waste, results in a far quieter ride.
The Thanksgiving mesrage was S .:.:; that
ff saves horsepower EXCLUSIVE FLOATING RIDE
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combination of the most effective -

bump-smothering features ever

put between you and the road,
: to the kind of air including revolutionary new Full-

Cushion Shock! Absorbers and new

i swepf.bacfc ball-joint suspension.


\ the CARBURETOR controls the temperature -
breathes !

-c1, engine keeps it uniform of air the summer engine and breathes winter.,

: Starting is easier. You save gas
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increase usable
; .. : power.
'mv t\; .
J .... 'fir But these are only samples of
.It/7 !?! .. :.,-Aj..i-J" the dream-car features you can
g i' expect in THE BIG M. You'll
:.! ii i '...-.,. -:: .....,.......__. see
( ';..: Jilm : ::: .=. dozens more at our showroom.
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I '.. Come in, dream-test THE BIG M.
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5 to 10 extra horsepower i5 t II

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1ik Shell IOO Motor Oil Premium *

Shell's new multirangemotor oil unlike ordinary STRAIGHT OUT OF TOMORROwMercury-: 57

iiotor oili-flows freely even when your engine'scold. I

You gala the S to 10 horsepower your engine i

:wastes just pushing ordinary oils around.And X-100
Mocor Oil Premium protects against acid action-the4 I 1

major cause of engine wear. See your Shelf Dealer
: iH.a't miss the big telesi'.ion hit, "TilE ED SULLIVAN" SOON." : ,
Sunday i\ening MOO; to 9:00.ot.ttlOD: : UMI5K ( haniti 4
Joday-lorthtjinett protection your engine can have._ I



Phone SI I Madison and Cherry Str Starke Florida & Jefferson Sts. Phone 447 Starke, Fla.




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1'1'1D1l'eIIl'F .
.\IItFF :In. 101IULLIAl
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escape. oven (425'F L
approve an application for Federal I NOTICE TO APPF.iH
t : yon are required to erve a graph.
instead of witha :Many homemakers like In IronIt Court Bradford Coontr, of .
jabbing potatoes to get' help. copy your answer or oleajlng- | 7>H.ei tl' .i.v s "
Home Demonstration 3 fork to test for doneness, pressto double use of own heat by roast- j! J.'r"H'Florida::11'1.la h.'11(hnnrrry.i'1.'nrff, the complaint. nO) toe Plaintiff I.J"I
\ \!! rti.'if !Ii'I; > M'ir-pll Jr tab
,; see if they feel soft. As soon ing meat and potatoes tog-ethel".1| : Mil: ., It. :ii 1. I.. t.mlunt j.. u_ Kv: ,. ,' ,, ,'t 10"ial Sell) I'hirli"! A Part-yo
L. G. Johns of < 'L
".J Notes 5 : as they some out of the oven, Peel medium-size potatoes and Hampton used I'.t.,. S,. 1,1.i'i; \ !I,' .. n d I. Clerk of the ,'!r"llt t>urt
; the Distru t's grain drill to plant Notlir To \pprar I t. Jobri..n i" l'ro"hy. r>,'u'y Clerk
.v- : slash! X across the an,! place then* in the and file the o-lgltinl In the office of ..
2 an top roastin: pan I .. .
ToO ,
by Bitter Blue lupine for a land: ; 'I I I I. :M h..T u' thr rierk of the Circuit Court on ort
l' by pressing, force the insides u? around the meat one hour before r".lor, .. '! ,'.j. ., ... "d..r.- tht .1.\ ..t |I'.., I r" .
; DOROTHY ROSS ; i builder. He and Clyde Hall made .. ,, ,
< .tndr t ,
A' ; ,01 I- \ -tii nihernrl-e the nf !taM
it Hlit-sitiiri"
..I through the slit. letting steam is done. Turn the potatoes occasionally j mighty close to 100 bushels of :('rfr'';'.*''l '""wnttl:tint ," ..r .a!" nn a. ""nr.., i.I't' it<.HT I'tuxr for th
;.:.;/ h/ Home Demonstration went; I escape this way keeps the potato and baste with meat I to the You are he" "* n '..... '>' ,. ft "iM you tin tunritc. (''nif, in mil l ..ei.
4 corn this
acre year. L. Gwas .. .
: ..
: : .
dry and mealy. drippings. 'P '.ivur'ti1 tt YISIUIrI: -
I I I I.11 .Muir !
.A _
fall I'utat" circulate around them discussing the turning of hn hpen f 01.1 ae \ I ," e .
I | Bakers are also ideal for stuff Now, as always potatoes are a I cover with L. A. Jacobsen above nam..d"'f< r I" Jf t ii; \l'll
:\Uas root weather makes Here are some for beat crops
points bargain food value One med! .
j jtfn I ed baked potatoes. Bake large in Area Conservationist with Soi' ;". -. ,, ... ; ..$ .,, ; .
t ; ;i. "'-i\.l-4& : 1:1k" ---;& ''''' ---tr--7.-.-.; :--lJ: ,
use more appealing, baking' results in baking potatoes. Choose j potatoes until done and cut them urn-sized potato supplies B vitamins Conservation Service the otlui) i y.- - ---'- .-""' --- ----- ,- < -
pot itoes; or bakers and much
I are minerals as as
pJentiI' potatoes of the same size so they I lengthwise in halves Scoop our day. He told us he turns his land! l ,
tul on markets. These mature fifth of the recommended daily
will be done at the same time. :,i and mash the insides with butter a as deep as he can He remark!
P"t.ito varieties are dry and fluff -, allowance of vitamin C. At the BU-Y
Bake in a hot oven ((423 F.ij r i or margarine salt. pepper, ant: i "My Dad wasn't much on turning NOW I
y when cooked have the at
mealiness usually and for I allowing about ."0 to 60 minutes j just enough hulk to moisten. For I just-done point potatoes are I deep but the other day when I CD G)
preferred their nutritive
peak in
for med.um-sized potatoes. AloT! variety add chopped cooked meat started turning some land for
.baking. They are also good mash- 10 to :20 minutes longer if you j I flaked salmon or grated cheese : taste and eye appeal, so valu'1 him he said, 'Son, set your plI.v! I
'I <>r french fried.
bake potatoes in the oven witn : Beat the mixture until fluffy and overcooking I a little deeper You have be<"-
Keep them in a place that is foods requiring moderate heat. i pile hack into the potato shell. I state Farm Club I making good crops by turn:v '

,ti'k. dry. and cool but not cold. Internal steam helps cook baked ,I Bnishith; melted butter or Mrs Robby Turner and Mrs cover crop deep' "
They keep better when air car potat'ii1'ienin*: the skin lets margarine and brown lightly in a ir i I Louise Wainwright, foods chair
ii men gave the program on hoh-
II I, d.ry foods at the Home Demons- \'. U Feruson used the In- RUY QUALITYI

I tration club meeting, Tuesday. tnct's fertilizer dStributor to put
< II I II Mrs Turner showed the members out ammonium nitrate on h""

I, how to make a "chicken' oats. Dick says, "My oats :au- !
cake for Thanksgiving She cuta looking peaked so I'm going togive
fincTofford fijr'57 I! them a shot of t..
The new I two layer cake in the shape :; nitrogen:
I bring them out'
of a chicken, then iced and I
brings yonder ug. close decorated it. Mrs Wainwright J! Bet ry Dyal of Graham used the

I! made a chocolate candy roll and II''District's: weed chopper to t hop 1 1 1e
demonstrated how to make cake 1! his fields before turning them
II I decorations out of marshmallows i
II i
s:W I II She gate some tips on using pinecones i i Jerry Uallard and Joe L>aen

t I in Christmas decorations port of the Soil Consen: ,tj :
I The agent demonstrated the make j Service spent a day in BraM".1:

mg of chocolate candy chews .. Soil Conservation District chalking !
The president MrsYamvvright ,I' on the different consen',it.,"n ,
conducted the business meeting practices used in the Count
t I Several new members: were wel- Some of the farms visited ,s,v i J

r. :J ; oomed and the date for the i I,; those of Leon Norman Pm
Christmas party was set for Dec Faulkner Jack Edwards, r: I !'>

IS t ': R Marco They stated that !hi-
--, ;
'<.0._ f st.irkt411! Cluli-. i I woodlands and pastures hem :t:
The Starke 5th grades held the County looked as; good n mgt

11t'." first 4-II club meeting of f better than some of the utterCounties WASH
I 'J '' this northeast art'lI
i nl'V3r. Wednesday. I in CYCLES
.,. ) T!:,' nest nH't'tmgwill he held ,

W.. '!'h'-I.\1 '. Dec "i, The: f th .' CONTINUOUSLY KECIRCUtiTES THE
'.a "
nit! _, cull! hold] U: >.r meet'n-

:4J 1ltita .' -1', III"ITIin'! ,. t J. I A Ml fob of WASH wash WATER wote cojfmuo; .!y rtc.ui, )

.,.. ,
E bolt wash and nnie perwdt. Aci"oio'S ash'I. egJ -a
',x ( docks pyre by p ece though three ones of woth,13 "'I-,
,(, .
Sand and nil 0'. oulomolicoily forced out >. Loihboiltl --" i.
and fl...h ed dow Uw *om.

; SMITH CORONAPACEMAKER I romp-dry! spin leaves many art..je

ready to iron
6 t 4 Extra large lid permits easy top loading
= -- :: --
: :: OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTH famous G-E Arthrcior 'washing action

: lon -wearing porcekia washbasket and
i Soil Conservation tub

LONG, LEAN AND PACKED WITH PUNCH N-E-W-S 15}. Kill Hoa, I fi97tllU Ht! I I rI Normal S'JmCE fabrics and protection short wash planAr cycles to 4I suit' fill ..

soil Conservation.Senatoi St"n1l'e I .

Here L> the longest! ,luuol hcavifit, {'.. "+tlowpriced I Sire I
'' /
Ford ever1 Charley Johns 01.Starke Full Quality J gcWA.5SOP
r !! and Senator Thomas Simplified F ere aIPeret :' MODE $
You get even greater getaway in the newSilver OVER 16 FT. -' OVER 17 FT. : for B 229
J t's ""a } LONG t r.aau Yi01b 1 LONG I Adair, Jr. of Orange Park have : .
Anniversary V-8's or new Mileage .,. I requested the Soil ConservationService : office work
Maker Six! Sit or I'-H, thr Keing: n grtal. r IR.bY1ae HI fJ ilI'.o= to help the people in the* | :: a.

\\v\I all I I i oixL arc priced with the I I lowest! ecroak5oak sl.naeseowa.a : Lake Region Area of Bradford i J

and Clay Counties in establishing ;: .
Inrltulint a special 270-hp 11..1.. I a Watershed Protection Associa- AT LAST! A full size standard 4Ratcp
Lord 31: Super VII cotiuc avad.d4e. ii'
Ford riot cat Alva an extra.hnh, 'prrfuruunrr I tion. From its beginning, the Soil tpearlierith quality \ND "IUXDK:
FOAF It's fun to go first with rhuiulrrbird 3.12.'Iulrr.11 JUj! I Ientaar Conservation Service has stressedthe features at a price you
drlivcnng up to hp i
need for planning and treat- can afford to pay. The

If You're Interested in an A-l Used Car He Sure To See Your Ford Dealer i ing entire watershed.. The SoJ I Pacemaker gives you the NOW G.E. BRINGS YOU.

Conservation Service has been I same typing action as the I .
delegated primary responsibility I finest office typewriter
for carrying out the Watershed I \ '- -' '' -''' wa.rn.y e. ",car awn"arry q p or- aEM 1I"1'W"O MrF"A7aAti
Andrews Motor COe I Protection and Flood Prevention ever built. Manufactured I" \. .
to rigid Smith-Corona specifications I .
Aft Each project will be a lora. i :
undertaking with federal li&p.The j,, at lowest price on

Act places full reyponsibility 1 the market. RVOLV'I'NG '
MADISON & AD.UIS STS PHONE 118 Starke Fla for starting small water-I) I '

heJ projects on l local people w h t'''

will ad through their own organizations Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH 'WittJ

Only local organizations
1( "' "' -1' e J
can initiate a project. Federal help
e cannot b- given if the project i? \ ': 3I .

OPERATIONA disapproved by the State Tho ..
policy of the Department of Agriculture ; I a
Phone 29 Starke Fa.!
is to help only when the I -
j State takes affirmative action to I .s. .. : I

rnil@& : c H: !I I I ; I 10' ,. T' ..y f" iw .. .

wn! @m .- ,. ,.;- From where I sit.. fy Joe Marsh Mrrt"a.wt At A NEW LOW'PRICE: ; (:

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<;""\' '''e' :'\: I The Kid's Learned ,

f1 i to 'Take Charge" I 1' iiE\V\ 1957 Dial DefrosfREFRIGERA


fcf&\ : ., ".. m: I I "a.i down at Buck Bent.oos the kid without hci>itati n. l TOR

../.N store the other day when a fellow From where I sit,children aren'tthe

..'.Of".._>.:'.. ."."...... i tame in with a six-year-old boy- only ones who "repeat thmjjs"

.. .i\. '. ,w. :I .. ; ohfiuu-Iy bis SOL without knowing: what:' they're

for better Florida farming. f:;' x < :j J; I While the fellow was looking talkin' about For in-tanre. I'm

,t.. I }.tJ'bJ ,.,_ : over some stuff on the counter, ton\inn-d that many of those who t
li.,...'*r.-'" I : Buck handed l a free peppermint vpi-ak out against: the o'dIDl'r-

'.rodJil: big lIe*s on the tarot acrnr !f, ':'i' :) '\ \ I\ 4uk to the boy who promptly wan custom of enjoying a Rla.- of (
tore off the rapper and "'t'llt0 boer after work are just parrot in,' I
Uic swiak tu
ia bib to electricity t.i.j/I.J
f.. -lj work on it what the>'te htard (Jtht'r- say. It'. sturdy 1..0'f0!1e e.4 A lebfi
sate time, reduce labor, and make' The father seemed quite p'it better to get the farts-Ihrn maLr i I Den sne.....
IJ. FvU Width Fr wet HaUt U# .. 44
bigger crops, higher profits possible. wit about his son's lack of mancep our o.n minds-anil pl'rmi
P .k 1 m'M feN
Check farm..see where \. our neighbors to do the same. I g.I
jour you ners and held up his hand to stop j Egg ladi..,aw C..JtrHiII

could profitably u)e electricity to ( : him. "What do we say when MrIVnaop. ,e TKrM HUnl-CviM let 1tort

save time and work for easier, ,pY \ t gives us something:" he r3 ; i 1 Sl.pMid T..w Control
I demanded. "Charge it, replied
better Florida farming! # tl ,, i!i AutMialK Interior tight

Cr'nright,14i6, I'ruteJ Mates Crea. r. f '

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Village Resort

-at Fontana ..-. ...
o o for better farm living bod y has fun .. MODEl

MilkFonUna is excellent in I ONLY
O. ft
ur'. Lake and ... IB.12P
Back before Reddy KJoatt. th swimming in.a 0. _
r family rash added to the badO I pool in .-
craft making. ttk
breaking chores of farm life. iw \. IixeMalehCokK
f square dancing, scenic .
more! Now electricity *a)he> f / tours tennis, shuffleboard. 'O,

"" and dries clothes, even make Ohl 'na horser--1' riding
:, -plenty more to see
( with sit-down t tt1
ironing easy new and do in this sparkling

I. .;Jfjl electric ironers! Co all-electric po ;; .... mountain air. andthere's --- We Service Everything We Sell --

;:r .'- 'f: 4;..:; in your laundry and kitchen.. r supervised play
for sit
f '/ children. baby
,,;:; _' "'V't remember for these operation* -,,, T- ,, ten available. Have I

., ._: ;" it's cheaper to use electricity the time of vour life at
Fontana. W r i t e or is Me RIFF
i!:;. alone than to use a combinatio1 phone for reservations

UIFrf of fuels! rr. today folder.. Free color .

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