Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 4, 1957
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
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I As Judge Holds Plea Day NAVY PLANE

Santa CRASHESAT Starke Man Found Guilty

2 Women Plead InnocentOf _

Brought \J ., ..' Encouraging Truancyed Navy BLANDINGA training plane from I On Charge Of ContemptLewd

Jacksonville Naval Air Station I

'. 'f- ; Two women charged with contributing passing. crashed last Friday. afternoon Photo CaseIs Jack Siemer Convicted Of Attempt

..> to the Delinquency of Four persons were sentenced! while on a training mission _

I minors by permitting and encour- after entering guilty pleas. over Camp Blanding, killingthe : To Interfere In Court Case

aging their children to become William Henry Tucker Sr. of pilot.

truants pleaded no't guilty Friday Jacksonville was fined $100 or 30 Coy Stephenson Camp TransferredTo Jack Siemer, a former service station

NO JIA.PPIEEIN THE COUNTY than young Daryl HUllard,! as County Judge T. A. Yawn days in jail and his driver's U- Blanding Fire Chief, said the day was found guilty of manager, Wednes
I contempt of
SOD of Sir. and Mrs-L. C. Hllllard .of.Dwtey, as. he, starts out for a held, plea day.' Their cases were cense'revoked for a year after he plane crashed in the-vicinity JudgeT._ A. Yawn ruled he had court after County

ride In the handsome pony and cart outfit he received from Santa I set for trial in the January term pleaded guilty to a charge of of Steven's Lake. The"ptane'n Circuit 'Court the processes of the court. improperly interfered with
I of the County Court which opens | driving while intoxicated. Before ved to the' ground, exploded I ,,

Clans. Jan. 14.The sentencing Judge Yawn said he and caught fire, Stevenson I judge of the Yawn suspended imposition

women, Mrs. L. D. Blair was going to give Tucker's cir said. "The pilot didn't A case of selling obscene sentence against Sie

and Mrs. Everett Green, were 'again cumst nces. Tucker had appealedfor have a chance to ball out." photographs against Milo Smith. mer "from day to day and term Letter Writer%
For New Terms to term" but told Siemer
that if
County Officials Set ; released on their own'recog- a light sentence saying that The explosion started a Lawtey service station operator, he was involved in

nizance after assuring the Judge he was ill and undergoing treatments woods fire which burned about Friday was transferred to the any farther

they would appear for trial. They and had been unemployedfor pO .acres before it could be Circuit Court docket after incidents of a similar nature the hiAdams-Case

Reorganization Is Slated By Boards were arrested about two weeks several months. brought under control Ste- Smith waived preliminary hear- sentence Siemer would be imposed.
was chargea with
ago on a complaint from Dr. Jailer J. A. Sasner testified 1en3on reported. ing before County Judge T. A. try

Florence Jennings, Bradford. that at the time of arrest Tucker i S Yawn. The same $1,000 bond was ing to influence Mra E. J. Bowling i

Bradford County officials will begin new terms nextweekwith County youth counselor. "wasn't drunk! but wasn't real Inarch Of Dimes continued. I of to seek and dismissal of charges Hit By Judge

I two new board members the only changes in the cast Also set trial after not guilty sober." I I Smith was arrested on Dec. 11 breaking to commit entering and intent

governed the County in the past fourI pleas were entered were the cases on a complaint from Winton petit larceny
of officials who have James Judge Yawn handed down a I Campaign Begins Parrish against Thomas Marvin Adams, The 'anonymous writer of four _
of Donald Lowe and State Prison employeewho *
I jeare. suspended! sentence for,Mrs..sara 19, no*' in the County Jail await I letters, three to local officers
Davis Lowe, lives
Nathaniel Negro. in Parrish
f Lawtey.
faces on the boards Harris, wife of a University of ing trial. I. and one to the
The new Telegraph, alj
Collector J. R. Kelley of Dimes drive
second. charged with reckless driving by The: 1957 March claimed h e bought obscene pictures
will be Harold Norman on the Florida student, charged with improper I Adams held under $500 bond. relative to the "Tommy Adams"case
third School the
his week'with
will start Super- excessive speed, will remain tinder got; underway this in ,Smith's station. -
County Commissioners passing. A $25 fine wa was arrested Dec. 10 which Jack Siemer _
Board of intendent Harmon Morgan will $35 bond. Davis is charged tefn-agers in the forefront of The warrant charged that on on an upon
and W. C. Powell on the School given John A. Andrews Jr. who affidavit from Mrs. Dowling, who was convicted of contempt of
start his third and County Judge drivingon the. activity. Smith did
with reckless driving by "import, publish distribute -
In the primaries last pleaded guilty to improper pass said that he and a court is also faced with possible
Board. boy
1'. A. Yawn will enter his and girls invaded the younger
Chairman the wrong side of the road on jThe boys exhibit, display and sell
Norman defeated : ing. had severely damaged an contempt of court charges when
year term. of Starke Thursday
in passing zone. streets
and a no obscene
a curve containing
Carl Prevatt and Powell defeated -I Reorganization meetings will His bond is $50. I F4ankHn Rush, Negro, was for automobiles and the figures to-wit they had rented from her his or her identity is learned,
; figures and pictures -
J. E. Brown chairman of the be held Tuesday by the Commissioners Judge Yawn ordered that the sentenced to 48-houra in jail with coin .collectors also began their of nude adult females in and stolen items from another County Judge T. A. Yawn Indicated _
School Board. School Board. the judge accepting the 43-hours apartment They were alao charged during the Siemer hearing
and the
to activities.
officialswill I bonds of three persons falling lewd and lascivious poses, which _
All of the Courthouse another Both boards will elect their chairmen appear in court be estreated and he has already served as penalty This weekend the teen-agers tend to corrupt the morals of with stealing items from a truck. Wednesday.
return to office for Commission will after Rush pleaded guilty driv The petition filed by County Judge Yawn in
and the appoint the,three taken Jnto_ custody. The art-scheduled to begin-their-sale youth." -- mentioning the
four years. ''a road foreman, attorneyand three Lindell Bradley, Kling ing without a driver's license. offsuckers and peanuts for thebeent Prosecuting Attorney Mack Futch letters said that they containS

Sheriff P. D. Reddish will be Courthouse Janitor. Grlffis were and James A. Anderson. A reckless driving on the of the polio fund. tIn requesting the "show .cause" 0 m e u8cand ous charges"

gin his third term next week, I The Commiflfiioners will wind Miss Bradley, a 19-year-old wrong side of the road charge I Things are shaping up fairly Lawtey order against Siemer said that against the court. He said that

County Clerk Charles Darby will up their old business at a meet- waitress, was out under $50 bondon against Robert Bliss Carpenterwas good," Mrs. Charles Dinkin, in the conversation with Mrs. an investigation has been start-

begin his second term, Tax Assessor ing Monday before the term of of using profane lan dismissed. About 50 bonds dive chairman reported. She Dowling, Siemer told her that If ed to determine the author.

Gene Long will begin his the new member, Norman, begins guage a charge in a public place. She,had were estreated after the defendants said that gift letters were sent nick Thomas she would withdraw the charges Besides the Telegraph, the recipients -
failed to appear.Christmas against Adams, he would be responsible -
with Tuesday's session. been arrested on a complaint 01//to: business houses.December of the letters were Judge

Blanding Also beginning new terms on from Lavina .P. Martin. Griffis for any damages doneto Yawn, Sheriff P. D. Reddish and

Camp the Commission: will be M. O. was charged with passing a bad I Take her property. In arguing the Starke Mayor W. T. Jackson.

Harrell, who will .enter his fifth check and Anderson had been' Sales Resigns Post case Wednesay Futch said that All of the letter pleaded for

Told term, and H. A. Bishop Jr. entering released on his own recognizance -' this "indirectly involved the pay- aid In freeing Thomas Marvin
Is At Post Office "
Status his second term. on a charge of improper ment of money. Adamsfrom_ JaiL Adams is being
On the School Board, Thorn Reported GoodA Lawtey Marshal D. B. "Dick" Siemer was also accused of held under $500 bond on a chargeof

of Camp Bland- ton Johns was re-elected for a Less Than 1955 Thomas this week resigned hi telling .Mrs. Bowling that the breaking and entering with
"Plans for use
event of a national I' third full term. SHE GETS office, to take effect Jan. 8. County Judge and the sheriff the Intent to commit petit lar-

ing in the are kept current and Some of the problems listed by MUMPS FORBIRTHDAY sampling of merchants ir December, receipts at the Thomas stated that he is giving would not perform their dutiesin ceny. From North Carolina, he

emergency constructionof the officials: as the new terms Starke indicated that Christina." Starke Post Office in 1956 the to an illegal liquor case. The petition is 19-years-old and a former inmate -
certain preparatory start were the school needs four- shopping here was carried on a* up post enter the
been accomplished showed that the Christmas business said that Siemer, told Mrs. of Raiford. .
facilities hag nucleus of basic laning U. S. SOI and more office about the same pace as last >fell abort, of last year's service station business in Lawley. Dowling "that the responsibility The letter to the Telegraph

to provide a space, with the need for more A birthday party was held Post- for .Adams' actions should be .
mark by $111, Assistant
which will enhance a I year.All said that 'He (Adams) U a boy _
support money recognized as the fundamental Saturday afternoon in boner of the merchants contact Jr.uterBlake Jackson, reported He was recently re-elected by placed upon 'the person who who has
the .Installation I no family
and up
rapid expansion of. problem facing the coun. of the fourth anniversary of seemed pleased with the rate o' Wednesday. the voters illegally sold the'whiskey to ____
city for a term of t until now, no friends. He haS
if required.11This ty little Joy Wffliants bo* Joe Christmas sales. Only one mer- Adams, but that if Adams told _
contained Despite'the failure >to keep'piceduring1 year, which was to have made a mistake but he is
information was started sorry _
Morgan reviewing the school wd, JtoUJyafch, .from.her bed-. reported A.dicp in' Baler -- I I the. County,Judge.who._had,sold
In letter fio i Brig. Gen.. J. B. "the Christmas. 'feason'the -onjan.8. M -"- -** r : for it aj>dh* 'wam.--: 'to make
a situation which' has been the mom window as her U little from the 1855" Christmas season, ? '.' the 'whiskey to ,him the County -
Department of Post Office receipts for something "g Od of his life. On
Bastion Jr., of the cause of much alarm and term guests enjoyed the party lathe but despite'the'dlp he said that 19C* toPPedthe'19M Mayor Charles Shuford, who I- Judge and sheriff would do nothing -
the entire of of the
to a recantthquiryfton year top i that people have
the Army, in reply ed as "critical" recently, said yard. business was good this season. empowered to fill the :vacancy1Is. about it. \
figure by$3,217. to
agreed their
Rep. D.R. (Billy) that his objective Keeping the young honoree, The 'story drop charge
; during the seemed to be the expected to name a new mar Siemer was also' accused of
of In actual figures, the December against him and they want
current status tq
Matthews as to term will be daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. same in all .
coming to to types of businesses Dowling'that
try '1956 total showed 6822.64 shal at the next Council meeting telling Mrs.. unlesashe help him. but the law won't
the camp. acquaint the people with the R. 11tltA.mifrom entering department stores.
I jewelry taken in compared to $6,933.64in to be held Jan. 7.National caused the proceedings against even let them!!. They are makIng -
Bastion went on to say.
Gen. facts of the situation. He expressed into the festivities was a case stores, hardware, appliance ,and December 1955. Adams to be stopped, it wouldgo it _
that in the course of which discover impossible to get him out
however, confidence the citizens of mumps was clothing stores "Business was
to court.
entire a higher
periodic reviews for use of installations would not object to on the morning of her par good, about the For the year last'year ,on bond. .too.
paying more same as last
; In Realty Siemer, who claims to be a
of the receipts were .In the letter to
the Department for the I I Judge Yawn,
support of the schools ty. year. 1955 the receipts totaled $48- minister, said that ,his actions the letter _
has determined that no identified them-
the Army when they realized the pressing The businessmen said that the 446.98. Board OfficialTo "were_ not calculated to obstructjustice"
the use of selves as "teenagers, friends of
'exists for
requirement needs of the schools
re shoppers here ran true to form, but that he was "only
Blanding! at the present Youth Pays Fees Tommy Adams, we are writing _
Camp : percussions which.would result if waiting until the last
few days 'Visit StarkeRichard trying to help bin fellow,.being.1' to
a part of theArmy's Cattlemen you on behalf of Tommy
time, except as nothing was done. before beginning the Christmasrush. ;, He said that Adamshad workedfor _
installation mobilizationbase. For Taxi Adams, who is now in the Coun-
"A lot of things need to be Damage A.joint board of directors meet him when he was managinga ty Jail simply because he has

the present statusof done" Morgan said, "but they "It's the same thing every ing of the Farm Bureau and H. Eggers, field excut- service station. "'- no family and no rich friends _
In clarifying all take A Bradford County youth E. J. Dahmer said. "Busi ive of the National
Gen. Bastion said: money. year Cattleman's Association will be Association of Siemer refused to testify him to get him out!"
the camp.accordance with Public{ The four-laning of U. S. 301 paid $43.25 Saturday as his shareof ness is comparatively slow until held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 8 Real Estate Boards, will spend self, but brought with him a "We know that there are --
"In was listed by Darby the Christmas Eve taxi ride the last five days." at the Lion's Den.
Law 493. 83rd Congress the en- as top a Wednesday, Jan. 16, in Starke teenage boy and girl to testifyin crooked things going on," the
priority problem of the Commis- from Starke to Brooker after be-
I his behalf. The youths, Kenneth letter '
tire installation nan been deededto consulting with local realtors and continued, "and it if _
sioners. This opinion was also ing brought before County JudgeT. Miller and Linda Whiteside
the Armory Board, State made of voiced by the sheriff who said A. Yawn on a charge of mail Can't I'-' .. ;T'v 'bJr' ; other business leaders? led in questioning by Siemer. !Tommy wrong the. .way." We you are are treating

Florida. An agreement was that "four-laning 301 would be cious mischief. An arrest war- ...". ... :. A. J. Thomas depend-
U'r president of said that not
--- < they did approach
between the Armory Board and 1>h. :::; .,. ing on you 'to do what is right
one of the biggest improvements rant is still out for another youth "" ,L,(. 1' Bradford-Clay Board of Realtors Mrs. Dowling with the intentionof but if
the Department of the Army on .. you won't help him, the
the County could realize. involved in the incident. ..- ..i.;; said that interfering with the court
Find A..iJi. : during his visit here citizens of the
that set forth theArnys county will hear
Jan. 21. 1955 .. '
Darby and Long said that The youth. Pete Hodge, agreedto ; .I;
for use of Camp one : : :;; Mr. Eggers will address a meetIng but only to find out what they about it! ." The letter wa
privilege ('f the biggest needs facing their pay the damages after receiv- .; of the Starke Rotary Club could do to help Adams.In signed "Friends of
Blanding during a national emergency offices was the need for additional ing a stem reprimand from the : ; f. and the Bradford-Clay Board of answering the < charge that Adams." Tommy

and certain restrictions for space. Judge. The youth, still not in Quail? [,: j; ;, : Realtors. His topic will be, "Good Siemer said the judge and sheriff The
the [ mayor's letter
land Armory
the said
of by that
use The alms of all ot the officials custody.is Johnny Clark, reportedto ... I: ,. Business Ahead In Building would "do nothing about" an "the woman has
agreed to
Board. seemed to be the administrationof live in Gainesville.The 1f .: ... ; -_'''' f. Better Communitlea" illegal liquor case, the youthrsaid the drop
of the Armv charge but the
Judge would.
"The Department
their offices in such a man pair was charged by Wil Then '" .. .'..C'I.. ::_'-' -I !f' "We are looking forward to that he had simply pointedout n't let her. On of
leases approximately top that he
presently of land {within the reservation ner as to keep pace with the liard Williams, taxi company i ) -" -. ; ;_. ....... Mr. Eggers' visit," Mr. Thomas : that the hands of the court has the $500 bond where three
4.500 acres growth of the County. owner, with slashing the back o' ;:i-:''';;' : said. "Not only for the information i wpre shackled with red tape in
from the Armory Board '''' k .PI.. I I people have to sign It." The
location for the preparatory the front seat of the taxi witha Raise j _.. !.-...._,: -'::; :"' he will bring us about our I such a case. letter pictured Adams "r
a :
for use as < '
Patten ....
Assigned knife during the ride. After \. ; Siemer, arguing in his own defense -
mobilization construc- I T .. =rgii. ,. own business, but for the opportunity decent boy who has had a lot
petting to Brooker, William contended that the charges
The we will have to show him of rough breaks
mentioned above. .. His
tion Circuit Judge George L. Patten said the youths jumped from the < ;'' were not material because they family
; : '
Board has use of thesA Your ''';' cur community and discuss with threw him out when he'was 15
Armory has been assigned to the West cab and ran without the I were 'expressions of his
facilities in accordance paying \ '; -"" _..:.;.: him its future." ownopinion. and he has been alone over four
Palm "
preparatory Beach circuit (15th circuit I :" v "If I
- "'t "'-, :,- Prior to service with the was Influencing the "
with the Jan. U, 1955 a- fare.Hodge ." > '' \/'! ." his years.
) to conduct trials next week the sheriffs -' 'dl administration of the court it
paid am Own ..... -.. ... Realtors' Association. Mr. Eggers In the mayor's letter the
greement. in the absence of Circuit Judge court costs in the case plus $17 was unintentional," he mid., author
was a national field representative said the signature
Joseph S. White who suffered aheart for half payment for the damageto :',.,_' ." of a welfare organization. He During the hearing and before omitted because "in this war
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On Right attack recently. the seat and taxi fare. sentencing, Judge Yawn. reprimanded -
Passing A BIRD IN THE HAND is worth two in the bush says George travels from the Washington D they will fine me for contempt

Shuford of Lawtey, shown" above holding a pair of quail in one of the C. office of the association. which the Siemer eharply. At one ('f court!"
Talked In CourtA Youth Stepfather has its headquarters in Chicago.The point judge interrupted Si&
Rapped By Judge runs where he raises game birds.. (Continued on Page 8) Meeting Slated

19-year-old boV received Court hi? After i Several years ago, George I l the quail-hat hed.
bond back in Mayor's Pair Accusations For
Wednesday after the charge Shuford, 31, of Lawtey decided "They are easier to. raisethan 3 Wrecks Reported Here Organization

him sparked a discussion that quail were getting too hard chickens," George. declare
-- against
to find, so he bought three pair The raising f' quail, as of Of Concert SeriesA
on whether or not it Is lega'to A 20-year-old man and"his][ have served as County Judge," During Holiday Weekendsurance.
started them in other birds and animals is
pass another car on the right stepfather. brought before Judge Yawn declared. "Here and raising pens game
hand side. County Judge T. A. Yawn Friday wife and mother is on her death built at the home 'of his mother, controlled by law and George meeting will be held tonight

the result of Mrs. John Shuford. has a license which permits. him New Years weekend in The to Mrs. (Friday) in the
The youth, James Lawsonwas as a fight in bed and you two at home with damage BHS music building
charged with Illegal passing. which the stepson was accused of one drunk and the other beatingon I, Today, George -has about 400.( to raise the birds and sell them Bradford Count was marred by Caldwell's car was estimated at to form an organization to

The policemen said he had passed threatening the older man with a him." head of the prized game birds, !for reflitcckSngand breeding three automobile crashes, but $37 Bath sold his car for $50 sponsor a concert series in

on the right hand side of .shotgun were severely reprimanded Judge Yawn said that neign-I and he doesn't have.to tramp the purposes. police reported that none of the after the smashup.. I Starke. "Bill Fegar of the Alkahest .

the intersection of U. S. 301 an4 after they' refused to swear bora had lodged complaints in the fields all day long -to find them However, he'is not forbiddento occupants of the cars suffered Two .Tampa men received injuries : Celebrity Bureau of Atlanta

SR 100. out affidavits for peace bonds past about Willingham'a drinking anymore. eat hia own birds, and In discussing serious injuries.On Sunday as their car turned will be here to assist in

When I go to Jacksonville against each other. and the fighting between the Starting with three pair of the taste and flavor, he New Year's day two 'women over after skidding to avoid an the organization.

they all drive like that" the The stepfather Elijah Willing- two. Northern Bob White, purchasedfrom breaks into a broad grin. and a baby from State accident on U. S. 301 about four The group plans to sponsor the
taste better than
mayor remarked. Lawson said he ham. said that the youth, Bobby Statements from Bonnett's a woman in Atlanta about "They any Farm received cuts and bruises miles north of Starke. The men Chanticleers a well-known male
was unaware that his act was Bonnett, had -beaten him and sister, brother and stepbrothers I: three years ago, George's quaD other bird. .rye ever tried, he when the car in which they were were John Flaherty, a safetyman Quartette, in a concert here Sun

against the law. threatened him with a shotgun. brought out that Willingham had I farm is growing by leaps by said.Does riding was. smashed into by 9 with the Tampa police force day afternoon, Jan. 20 at 3o'clock

The upshot of the discussion Bonnett did not deny striking and been .drinking all day and lying I bounds.He he still go hunting quail! car dmen by a Negro at the and Sol Flel."", .",. a sport an- .: in the Elementary School

seemed .to be that such -passing jtrgutajf'With WilHngham. but Indicated in"bed 'drunk'"when, they arrived explains, that during tire Oh sure. He baa gone aevera1, intersection of U. s. 301. and SB r.ouncer. Deputy Sheriff Fate cafeteria.
should be prohibited at Intersections that he believed he had home from the movies. They said I laying season which- starts in times this year. but. like most 16. Brown said the car skidded 157 Other programs to be -Pfele11t.

and single lane streets.In mfficient provocation. Bonnett that Bonnett threatened to shoot i late April each hen lays from 50 hunters has had poor luck due to The women were Mrs. Lfl feet ed this season wfll be the'Festival

other cases, Amos Baits accused Willingham of lying in Willingham if he got up..Wfflmg- i U 125 eggs, and that there is about the dry fields. Caldwell and her daughter, Mrs The other wreck involved Symphonette of 14 members, and

Negro, was sentenced to $io' bed .drunk. and letting his ham denied that he was drunk. a 70 per cent hatchabOlty. But he has a distinct advantage June Edwards. The baby is the autos driven by Miss Barbara the Grass Roots Opera Company.The .

or 20 days on a charge of reckless younger sister, brother and steo- Judge Yawn told Willingham II He puts from 25 to 50 eggs under over other hunters. When he 16-months-old son of Mrs. Edwards. Chedester of Washington D. C. latter group does comic

driving and causing an accident brothera go to the movies both that his agitating has caused a Bantam hen, depending on comes home empty-handed h. and Wesley Chestnut of Appala- operas in English.

actions against the wishes of his much of the trouble between the her size, and in about 22 days, can always raid his own pens and Police said .that the Negro, thee. Brown said that Chestnut's Admission to the concerts will

Lester Alford Negro, wa mother. two, even though Bonnetf conduct the quafl chicks are born still enjoy a luscious quail supper. Amos Batts,,'of North Carolina, car ran into the rear of Miss be.by membership only No admission

fined $25 for'public intoxicationand The man said that Bennett's had not been commend Incidentally, he said the chicks ran through alight before Chedeater's car. tickets 'will be sold at

James Nelson Negro, for mother Wfllingham's wife, Is.t$ able, and suggested they each are unusually strong ana active Recent Births I smashing into Mrs. Caldwell's:' Eight traffic arrests were the.door.

feited a' $25 bond for speeding a 'Jacksonville hospital suffering sign an affidavit_ 'for a peace a1thoit' from the beginning. SFC and Mrs. W. R. (BiD) I car. .Patti was fined $100 or 20 made For this year: only the program,
I and
James Scheffler and James W, from cancer: and not expected to bond against the other. I 'They're so small,* he said Edwards of Ft. Devens Mass days in Mayor's. Court Mondayon by County officers is.'gua! teed. After this season,

Wilkins Peach forfeited $10 for live."Without When the men declined to do! "that I've had some get out of a announce the birth of a daughter charges' of reckless driving State troopers over the holiday selection of concerts will be

running stop signs and James! a doubt this is the this, the Judge told them "If,you cage enclosed with half inch Paula Jean, on Dee. 24. Mrs and causing an accident weekend. Seven were for speedIng made by members of the concert

Milton Upp forfeited $10 for nun most disgusting situation to come; think you can live like decent mesh hardware cloth." Edwards is the former Patricia In ,court' the. Negro said he ,and one .for failing to have association and will be based

nlng a red light. before me in the four years I, people you can get up and go." He raises about 95 per cent of Young of Baldwin. does not have any liability in- .vehicle under. .. ,controL- 01} the number of members.


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".-"-", :'' .oc;; "'' Ii.of' APPEAR E. K. Perryman, Starke. Floridaand
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-'.'.'J'''1.' la tirevlt Cart, Bradford C....,. file the original la the office
1 Sam McGamy New ;L ;6 Florida IB Ckaaeery. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

School Lacks Lab -' liam Mary F. Bagsett. Plaintiff vs. WI!. or list before day the of January, 1957
Raggett, Defendant.
otherwise. tie allegations of laiC
ground. It has a peaked roof a Case No. 10-180 Complaint will be taken as coafesa-
During the course of a recent visit to Brad- f Swim Notlre T. Appear ed by you. '
ford High School, for another purpose, we came made of hand-made shingles, and r To: William Baggett whose resi- This notice shall be published
ia the first building of its kindwe dence and address is: Unknown. once each week for four consecutive
across a startling condition in regard to facilities ,have found in the county. t You are hereby notified that a weeks in BRADFORD COUNTY
or rather, lack of facilities for use in teach- e e Pool d' -4M4 and Suit for support divorce of minor custody children control TELEGRAPH.Dated this nth. day of December,
ing science chemistry and physics. J has been filed 'against JOan the 1956. ,
Incidentally, we've above named Court and cause and (
always OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
To better illustrate our point, we reproduce thought of cotton you are required to serve a copy of Clerk of the Circuit Court.
as lowgrowingcrop For your answer or pleading to the By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
herewith in the classroom of teacher
a scene
but Lacy Johns tells us } I Ip t-mplaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney 1'/11 4t 1/11
Charles Cowen. in which the instructor is
We enjoyed a real old fashioned that years ago the cotton they
ing to demonstrate a scientific point with extremely Christmas at Sam's mother' grew on his farm reached the Park p

sketchy and improvised equipment. home, exchanging gifts and sing- height of ten feet and had "stout,
Literally, this desk is the class's "lab." ing Xmas carols. We gave Moma strong branches. NOTIE

_.- pink Poinsettia and it maker Of __ .,. :
a fine addition to her greenhouse '
Well we know where the quailare
which is now almost full of all You'll hear people talk of
kind of Beginning January 1 1957
and shrubs.
y t She seeing many coveys in this section Palms ,
L"77 and the greenhouse gave and that, but we know where

her a new interest in life, when there are over 400 bird,<\ all in ,.

and she was rock about and dream ready of to the just sit one group. Unfortunately, the A NEW SWIMMING PQ.OL will be among the added facilities-
past. birds belong to George Shuford
of Lawtey, who is raising them at Park-of-the-Palms: Keystone Heights, to be enjoyed by winter
guests thIs'season.. Gordon L. Purdy (left) discussed details of the ,
The cold snap last week ended and we don't think he would ,
r the long unseasonably warm appreciate any hunters taking. job with Wallace Solano of the Ben Hall construction firm. The

4i spell, which had brought berriesout fhots at his collection. pool will be 21 :by 40 feet In size and will be temperature controlled.An .

in spring growth and had eAt outstanding program series ,has been announced for Park-of-the-

grass growing green again and one time or another, we've Palms this season, opening Jan. 6 with Rev. C. W. Stemming of Lon
other things budding and sprouting seen a long-legged quail on our don, England. Close Each Sunday At 3 P. M 1;
But what every farmer it place and wondered if it Is the .,
looking for now is rain and not regular Northern Bob White. predation for your, kindness and I I
warm or cold weather. We're in George tells us it is the Mexican friendship. It is always a chal- -
another one of those droughtsand quail and that some of them lenge to 'US to do what we can ,
the ground water we had is were stocked in this area, years to prove it to you. -
fast disappearing. ago and that some of them are Tobacco Soil Bank
still seen. occasionally. Tobacco growers recently received -
e a letter giving the main
berry growers who have
irrigation, like Luther Hilliard During the holidays, we took a points to consider in making a SUPER SPECIAL '
-- ._-'"' and Harold Norman, are in good trip to the I museum at Gainesville decision for participation In the FOR 5?
rAape, because to see what we could learn tobacco soil 'bank program.In .
they can
We wonder how many Bradford Countians, the moisture needed. Both supply about the early history of Brad- 1956, a tobacco grower could
in this age when electronics and nuclear energyare these growers said that their of ford County. put five 'acres or 50 per cent,

becoming the foundation of our economy, plantings were white with bloom Wanted to learn something. a- whichever was larger, of his allotment -
realize the almost complete lack of equipmentfor last week, but the chances are bout an early Indian fort called In the program. Notice
teaching the fundamental principles of phy- that the frosts this week killeda Fort Harley, supposed to be on has been received that the max- USED
lot of the property near Hampton Lake, imum he can put in the programin
sics and chemistry in our high school plant? blossoms. '
owned Froster Shi Smith 1957 la three 30
now by acres or per
Bradford school teachers doing good e *
are a (formerly the Dowling place). cent, whichever is larger.
job of teaching scientific subjects with the equip- Other berry patches we see in We found that there were at onetime We can give you the average
ment they have at hand, and they are to be our travels around the county are five forts in this area: one yield figure that will be used in X2495

commended for their skill in improvising ap suffering from that old deadly near Sampson Lake, one on computing your probable pay- TV'sCHAS.
paratus. But it is teaching under a great handi- combination dry and cold. We Kingsley Pond, two on the Santa ment. We Invite you tp come by
cap, none-the-less. saw one planting set out about Fe river, and one near Starke. our office and let Mrs. Sapp or
weeks ago that is just barely SIn Mrs. Watterson give the
:Modern education stresses the point that a alive, with the you fig-
plants looking as our readings, we learned ures that might help you, make
student learns bes by doing a thing himself, they did when
they were set out. that back in the early days of your decision about the program.
and this principle is used effectively in the grade -
around 1835, the time of the Let us remind you again that .
classes. But in high school scientific classes Enjoyed a visit with an old you must make your initial 1957
where the need is greatest there is no labora- Bradford County couple who have Seminole Indian War, the farmers requests for cost-sharing in

tory where students may perform their own ex- done a lot of farming in their around here had it even carrying out conservation pract-

periments.It time-Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Johns, rougher than they do now. In ices under the agricultural stAbi- C. SHEPHERD
is Russia's proud boast that she is turning whose farm is in the New River addition to all the regular prob- lization and conservation program. ,
out scientists in far greater numbers now thanwe section. We saw lots of interest- lems of farming, they had to HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL! ,
ing things on their place. includ- worry about getting scalped, and -
in the United States. This be
are one
may ing what they call a dairy, a while farmers today at the RADIO TELEVISION SEAT COVERS
time that Russia is telling the truth for we hear little milk cooling shed about markets may feel cheated by the THE RIGHT POINT for toe

the cry on all sides for more young scientistsand four by six feet in size, built up low prices, the result is by no way you write. Come In and select STARKE, FLORIDA
engineers, both in industry and govern- about three feet above the means as permanent! your favorite ESXEBBROOK
ment. The future of our country in a large mea- Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH '

sure depends on the number and quality of our -
young people trained in these fields.: -

With our present lack of scientific equipmentwe

are cheating our country of potential young IPnd

scientists, and cheating Bradford County stu-

dents of their rightful opportunities.

Driver EducationDuring IMPORTANT NOTICE

the long Christmas weekend the nation -

witnessed the worst slaughter on its high-
By Gen T. Hoggins
ways since the automobile was invented -
and Florida, during 1956 ,more than 1,100 per- County Agent In Order To '

'sons lost their lives in traffic smashups and
Early in January the new of- owns 80 acres here, inquiring
many more were mutilated. Right here in Brad-
ficers and directors of the Farm about the program.Mr. .
ford County, though the holidays were accident
Bureau and the Cattlemen's As- who the
Sapp has
free, a father of two children recently was sociation will hold a meeting to sibility of giving you the fine Draw Interest On Your Account
killed in a smashup, a mother, father and baby plot the cour&3 for these two points of the program, 'asks thatI Savings From January 1st At Our

were injured in another, and a resident was badly groups in 1957. Plans.will be sug- remind you pf one point that
mangled in a wreck in another county. gested and studied with interestin might clear up some confusion.The .

These are grim reminders that the automobile -_ all phases of our agricultureand purpose of the program Is

though an important and necessary part of livestock programs. If you to take crop land OUT of pro-
bur society, is also a killer. One of the major are an officer or a director, be duction. Land in the rough, that
problems facing goverment, lawmen and citizens thinking of matters you want to had a crop harvested from it, is
during 1957 will be the problem of what to do suggest. Listen for the call fromJ. not eligible. Maximum acreageis NEW 4 Q7
R. Kelly and Pat Miller, presi- determinded by the numberof
about the death toll. '
great highway -
dent of their respective groups. acres in crops during the past PR
Indications that moves are underway to finda Friday night Jan. 25, will be TWO years. Land in Improved
cure for this illness gripping the country are the first Farm Bureau and Cat pasture that has only been '
seen in the newspapers recently. In a Telegraph tlemen's meeting of the new grazed in eligible at a reduced 10
articb recently the aims and techniques of the year. The December meeting wasa rate of payment. RATE

newly reinstituted driver education course at good one to close out 1956. Bring in your questions and
Bradford High School were described. Instructor Let's bring 1957 In with an plans. Anyone in our office can ANNUM

Clifford McGriff, in discussing the course, equally good or better meeting. help you with the details.
pointed out that the major role that the automobile Time and place will be announced Remember The Date
. .. later.
t. !L Requests must be In by January OF'
now plays in our society nas maae n; There Is Some Clover
15. Your requests for :
for the school to provide the student participation :2
necessary Had a nice visit last Friday in the 1957 agricul- .
with the skills, habits and attitudes he needs to morning with Mr. and Mrs. Bu- tural stabilization and sonserva- ,

become a responsible driver in our community.We holtz, who live on a 20-acre( place tion program. If you expect cost- ':.- '... .

commend this program and feel that driver Just out of Lawtey on the Pris- sharing for your eligible.conser- I .. '
education is one of the basic ingredients for the on Farm road. Mr. Buholtz planted vation practices; you must visit

cure to this tragic highway problem. If such about six acres of White Dutch our office by Jan. 15. The com- ,'. .' ... .
Clover last fall. The stand was mittee will meet within a few
could be multiplied so that everyone
just fair. New seeding from the
days after that to make their
could be thoroughly trained and impressed with
part that did so well has now recommendation for allocationof
the seriousness of the responsibility of driving covered the missing spots and funds.

an, automobile before he is given a license, we strips. He was seeding an ad- The ASC office will be closed .

are sure the highway death toll could be cut. ditional 6 or 8 acres last Friday. Dec. 29, 31, and Jan. 1. It is Compounded Semi-annuallyltis Necessary That Funds Be On Deposit

Also in the news recently was a story say- Perhaps the most interesting closed each Saturday noW on a ,
ing that a legislative,subcommittee is planningto part of the visit was looking at permanent schedule. May we

recommend a general revision of Florida laws the championship trophies and suggest that, If possibleyou .
On Or Before
governing motor vehicle operations. One of the ribbons won 'by their daughter. come in to make requests for
Nancy, while she was active In .
this program during the other
major recommendations is change in Florida'sprima
the Duval County 4-H '- '
program. week
facie 'speed law that will establish a'maxi They almost covered the dining 1956 Out 1957 In : < .-

mum lawful speed of 65 miles per hour. Several table. Nancy, now married, has There !fa not'much we can do : THURSDAY JANUARY '
times we have advocated such a change, but on the: farm with her two reg- about what has passed. Perhapsthe 10, 1957 '

even if the legislators had not included this recommendation istered Guernsey dairy animals best thing we might'do Is to
we believe that just the fact that she exhibited In several analyze the past year and make

that they ha-e recognized the seriousness our different livestock shows. Nan- an effort to 'do better by those

highway problem, and delved into the search for cy is anxious to help Miss Ross things in which we have not experienced

solution; is encouraging.' It will take constant' with her 4-H program at Law- satisfactory results. IF YOU HAVE FUNDS ,WHICH YOU WISH TRANSFERRED TO OUR BANK
of traffic tey.Sam As we think of the troubled ,
searching and even then a perfect set '
McGarvey, that Is .
a good '
about be
,conditions us, it might '
laws will not be found. But we feel that the place to get a good picture and a little encouragmg'to sit down ,;/ 'PLEASE CONTACT US IMMEDIATELY .
establishment of an intelligent and strict high- story. I think It : / .,
la all right to and think how well off we really J'" ., .,;; ,
way code is necessary ingredient to cure.the say also that the good coffee are. Think 'of the blessings we: :.," :. '." $-,
problem. added to the joy of the visit have enjoyed during the year. "
Hand in hand with that. is another ingredient son BankLots Let the New Year be 'a challenge ::25 v

strict enforcement. We are sure the constant of questions are coming 'to us. We are happy, .but
\, vigilance of Bradford County's law enforcement ':*, In about the soil bank .program may we 'not be'satisfied. Let' S
officers was a factor in the accident- In fact they. are coming all the make 1957 the best year yet
way from California. Had a nice in'expressIng
My family joins me
free Christmas holidays, though luck may haveplayed letter from Mr. Horner, who7t7e7K7C7trnnnnne to you again our sincere ap-
its role. During last month more than 60traffic'
: .... r r""pr.Y _....----------
cases were brought before County JudgeT. '-------- /V.V==cccccOOOO t3t:7r.r
A. Yawn and many' citizens were dismayed THE BRADFORD COUNTY _

when they had to pay $35, $50 or $100 for whatat TELEGRAPH 1 jFLORIDA
the time they considered a slight -infractionof EST. 1679 < ._

the rules. But that's what it takes. to reduce if FLORIDA'S ocoerr WEEKLY, 'NEWSPAPER << "' :- AT STARREDeditorial

the highway carnage. PUBLISHED, V CONTWOUSLY. : _." '--

If these three ingredients education, laws UNDER THE SAMC MASTHEAD. .
and enforcement could be developed to their .
utmost, we believe that the loss of life Ol'our' THE MATTER ACT AT THE POST OFP'C AT STANCE. FLORIDA UNDER -
highways could be;Jgreatly' reduced.. ,, c J

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YY..TYTYTTTYYY..T..W light ceremony. Mrs. C. B. Nolan has been spending a week here VVVVVVVh"VVVVvn1V VV W. make their home, where Ur. A ,. r .,
:: ..
:f _. : :.,j'l' .
was re-elected president for the with :Mr. and Mrs. Dan Groves.He 1 Lewis is employed.Mr. :
'. ... .. .. I
MAXVILLE coming year and Mrs. D. B. Grif- will leave for Ft. Lewis Wash- BROOKERBy and Mrs.. Harlan Smith < "' ,
I '-" u_ ._ ._____ n._ _
fis, vice president; Mrs. John ington and will soon go overseas.. and son of Auburndale wereluncl..eon

By '1In. North secretary; :Mrs.. Buford Mr. and .:Mrs. Dan Hargroves guests'of Mrs. Joyce
Co B. Sobn Sire. E. B. CastlenAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA "Super-Right" Western
Higginbotham, treasurer; and Mrs !and daughter Minnie, and T. L. Castlen and sons.last ThursdayMrs. Hard J Com Fed Half or WholePORK

&&&...&.&& &&& ..& ginbotham, council delegates. Aft Manning visited Christmas with .J L. U. Morgan Jr. and

Surprise Birthday gnbotham, council delegates. After Mra Edna Manning and family at children of Starke and Mrs. Iva
Party Watch Night Party
the installation service Christ :Manntown. McKinney of Auburndale were
On I
1 Wednesday night Dec., 12. The TEL Adult Sunday School
r a surprise mas games were played and gifts Mrs. Edna Manning of Mann- visiting Sirs. Joyce Castlen
birthday party Class of the Brooker Baptist
was given !
exchanged.:: Then Christmas sand town spent a few days last week Thursday afternoon
| at the home delightful!
of Mr. and Mrs. Church sponsored a
ohn North in honor of their son wiches and cookies were served visiting with her son T. L. Man Watch Night Party at the Civic' Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
3aude, on hli 18th, and :Miai: with coffee and cold drinks. The ling, and :Mr. and Mrs. Dan Har Center Monday night. Guests and son of Melbourne and Mr.
next regular meeting will be and daughter. and Mrs. J. W. Dukes Jr. and
Violet Burnse; on her 14th birth-! :groves started arriving ,at 10 o'clock.
15 and the topic of the Jan'l with the daughter of Lake Butler were
lay. Gamjg/werg played throughat i M. L. Wilkz. Games were played and refresh-
tion will be annual flower
U. S. in North Carolina, and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Russ
| tney+evening and prizes were Army ments were served. The party ..
is invited.
W to Shirley Wilkinson, The* public his parents Mr. and Mrs. Melgiz, was closed with prayer by Rev.C. I during the holidays.

'a y Bun sed, Alvin Padgett and The Maxville PTA will meet and Anzie Wilkz of Tampa were B. Stallings at midnight. Mr.. and Mrs. Paul Prescottand
elyn Coleman. Jan. 9 at 2:15 p.m. for the regular Christmas guests of Mr..and Mrs. Garden Club Tale Party family of Bartow spent
Mrs. business meeting. Mrs. Margaret', H. E. Griffis. Christmas with Mrs. Doshie
Garden Club
The Brooker en-
Rubye Harper and Mrs.
eah Wellhausen helped Mrs. Macgiil, superVisor'ot be elementary. :Mr. and Mrs. Guy Frigo and joyed a Christmas party at.their Prescott.
education will speaker.All
orth serve cake and ice cream.D. guest daughters of Jacksonville visited December meeting. A gift exchange Seeber Edwards and son of
to attend.
Christmas Party parents are urged Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Pete was enjoyed by the mem- Tampa were visiting Eva Har-
The Maxville Civic Club will '
Griffis. and refreshments were serv rell Sunday.
The Maxville Home Demonstration meet Friday night, Jan. 4, at 8 LB.
Club met Tuesday, Dec. 18, p.m. It ban important' meetingand Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garrett and ed. Hostesses for the eveningwere Mr. and .Mrs. T. B. Edwards,

and elected officers. Mrs. Mills, all members are urged to at- family left Friday, Dec. 21, to Mrs. W. E. Bigham Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton,
Home Demonstration Agent installed make their home in California. Ernest Edwards, and Mrs. Frank and Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas

them in a 'beautiful candle-I tend.A film entitled 'The Missionaryof Enroute they stopped for a visit Tinney. spent Christmas in Tampa and
with Mr. Garrett's family in Colo- The Intermediate Classes of Bradenton.
Walker's Garage" will be shown
rado.Mr. the Brooker Baptist Church enjoyed }[r. and Mrs. Alvin Rabornof
at the Long Branch Baptist
and Mrs. Lacey Griffis had a Christmas party Friday Jacksonville were visitingMrs.
Church next Sunday evening
in- as guests for .Christmas dinnerMr. night at the home of Mr. and Bulah Harrell and family
Jan. 6.The public is cordially
and Mrs. Waver Griffis and MMrs. G. W. Davis. Games were Mrs. Harrell Mr. and .
vited to atteni Eva and < .- .
family and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest played and refreshments of hot Mrs. Guy Harrell and family last -. 'II..-- -- -.. .-.-_ ._ -__'
and --
Mr. and Mrs. Bel Nolan
t ? Wellhausen and sons. chocolate and fruit cake were Saturday. n.

son of Seville spent Dec. 23 and }{.Sgt. Raymond Kilgore of served by Mrs. Theo Dyal and Raud Crews was visiting hir "Super-Right" Extra Lean Center Cut
and Mrs. D. J. Par-
24th with Mr.
Panama City spent the Christmas Mrs. Johnnie Green, teachers.Mrs. .
rish and family. 4 family din- holidays at home with his family. Green took the In- daughter-in-law, Mrs. Donald
A. L.
Crews in Alachua General Hospital Ib
ner was enjoyed on Sunday at Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson School
Sunday PORK
:ermediate boys last Saturday. CHOPS 59c -4
Parr f.1's home. and family and :Mr. and Mrs I, class: to the theatre in Gainesville -
Thomas Hamilton of Pompanc
4bSi Friends of Mrs. Hattie., Nolan Frank Higginbotham and family !
Monday nightWinners
will be glad to.learn that she is of Jacksonville virited with ':Mr. pent the Christmas holiday
of the Outdoor Dec- with his wife and children here.
getting along nicely after under- and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham and
last Thurs- orations Contest sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. James Hamiltonand
going surgery again family on Christmas.Mr. .
/ day morning and we hope that she an Mrs. Lafayette Carroll the Brooker Garden Club, are as family spent Christmas day BREAKFAST BACON lb
will soon be home and family of Jacksonville were follows: Mrs Howard Wait, MrsG. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. 49C

Mrs. W. A. Cannon of Palatka supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. Green, and Mrs. G. B. L. Matthews, in Alachua.

HARLEY E. JOHNS & SON and Mrs. L. A. Ward and Mrs.I i Dan Parrish Sunday night. They Colson. },{r. and Mrs. L. M. .McLeod "SUPER-RIGHT" SMALL 1/2 TO 3 LB SMOKED

G. :M.: Beach of Hastings were [were accompanined 'toy their son I Vie are very glad to hear that of Atlanta. Ga. were' visiting "Super-Right" Sliced
(My partner and I fired at guestn of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Gene, who is Rationed with the Mrt Susie Carter is back from Mrs. Thomas Hamilton and children -1 BeeBONELESS BUTTS

the same instant, the skiff Nolan and sons on Thursday, Dec. Air Force in Montana and spend- the hospital after a lengthy ill- Sunday. : 59C

rolled over, and in we went. ing a-furltyjgh at home. ness and is making her home here Mrs. Remar Edwards and son LIVER

We must have been a sight, 20.Mrs.. Belle Giddens of Avon We regret to learn that Mrs. with Mr. and M ?. Harley Shaw. of Tampa spent Wednesday '

thrashing around in the water Park arrived Saturday for a stay I Edna Green is ill at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Smith night with Mr. and Mrs. J. V. HORMEL

and was it cold! I with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lucas and and son Alan of Auburndalewere Edwards.Mr. Ib 240Z
landed in bed with pneumonia.Do Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis and family, Mr. and Mrs. Claude weekend guests of Mr. and ., and Mrs. R. C. Howardand 19c CHILI WITH BEANS 43C

you have insurance that daughteMr. Greene, Mrs. Mary Mosley enjoyed Mrs. C. L. Atkinson. family of Jacksonville; and

would cover medical and Mrs. Ellis Giddens and Christmas with Mr. and Mrs.' Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Gano and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby and DALEY, DIET 1, 2, 3
family of.Avon Park were break- and Mr. family of Gainesville spent
Avery Slade and children Hamp- family of St. Augustine
a hunting trip fast guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. and Mrs. Ovid Gano and familyof Christmas day wlm Mr. and -- DOGFOOD 3 23C

and also loss or damage to Griffis and daughter last Satur- ton.Mr.. and Mrs. Buford Higgin- Swan Lake were visiting Mr. Mrs. E. B. Crosby.

guns?" day morning enroute to Jacksonville botham and daughter, and :Mr. and and MBS. R. F. Gano during the Christmas dinner guests of Mr. ANN PAGE SALAD A&P CUT GREEN FROZEN
to spend the holidays with Mrs. Lyle Schmehls and daughter Christmas holidays. and Mrs. George Tetstone were 10ozPkg

Charley E JoliiisP&SollAgellcy their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. of Jacksonville enjoyed Christ- Christmas guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ruey Tetstone of BEANS 2for29cA&P

_ and Mrs. James Coleman.We mas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. A. L. Green and family Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Buck RESSING,
are sorry to learn that Uncle James Waters and family in Law were Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Plum- Tetstone of Gainesville, Mr. and FROZENORAHGEJUICE12

Pete Griffis hasn't been getting and family of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. C. J. Tetstone and family for
mer *
along too-well. A Jacksonville tey.Little Danny Waters of Lawteys Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen of of Starke, and Mrs. Ruby. Allen 2 4Sc

doctor had to be called out to him spending a few days with his Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cone and family. quart 49'

} Fix Saturday, and a trained nurse has, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Bu- and son, and Mrs. Lilly Cone. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Howard NIFTY FROZENWAFFLES

to be with him every day now. ord Higginbotham.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and Wait during the holidays were pkgof6

T. L. Manning of the U. S. ArmyALVAREZ' James Waters and sons family: spent Christmas with Mr Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnstonof 3for29c

of Lawtey and Mr. and Mra. Bu and Mrs. Ronald Barnett and Casadaga, N. Y. and Mr. and

fi Men's Clothing ford Higginbotham were supper family of Miami, Mrs. Barnett Mrs. T. A. Wallace and son of A&P'S NEW FRESHINSTANT

STORE III guests Sunday night of Mrs. Hes- and boys returned with them ,Gainesville. MAMMOTH COLORED '
II Established 1894 sie Adams in Doctors Inlet. for a short visit. Susan Wait was participatingin COFFEE 249'

Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schemhl's and Bill 'Hinton and Johnnie Ma- the.Rodeo in Gainesville Mon- .

daughter of Jacksonville 'spent quar of Oldsmar are visitingMr. day.Mary CHEESE E E S E

Sunday with :Mr. and :Mrs. Bu and Mrs. G. E. Green and Frances Hazen of the TEABACS.

Thais Our Business ford Higginbotham.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwards.Mr. U of F in Gainesville'spent the 48f00fhy48c'lb

'cLASi4j1 and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and and Mrs. R. A. Nettles holidays here with her mother,, '

If It's Glasswe Have Itt! sons were Christmas supper guests and family spent Christmas with I Mrs. Ralph ,Hazen.I 49c

CALL WRITE or VISIT of Mr. and Mrs. George Beach in Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Sessions 'n I I' Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Stallings ) MARGARINE "b ctlt

.Hastings and spent the night. Wauchula.Mr. spent the Christmas holidays in 20

I j Joe Peters Glass Co. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Godwin and Mrs. Norman Brubak- Knoxville, ,Tenn. with relatives.

had all of their family at home er of Schaefferstown, Pa. are They also celebrated their 32nd .
FOR with them for Christmas dinner. few days with Mr. wedding anniversary on December -
ANY GLASS NEED spending a .- .
-- -
Schmehls "
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrs. R. A. Nettles. 21.1rs. .
We Design Modern Store Fronts and
of Jacksonville and Mrs. Schmehls' Elaine Crosby of Pompano was Angus Belling and daughter -
Just Mall Us A Pattern for
parents of Chicago were guests visiting her mother, Mrs. Res. of Lake Butler were visitingMr. SUNNYFIELD LONG GRAIN

Table Tops Sunday afternoon of Mr. and sle Carelton, during the holidays and Mrs. J. K. Douglas

1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 Mrs. Buford Higginbotham.Mr. Elaine and mother were visiting .Thursday night.

and Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham Mrs. G. L. Pritchard in Pete Douglas spent the holi-

and sons had Christmas din- Greensboro and Mr. and Mrs. days with Mr. and Mrs. Loyal

y ner with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. I H. H. Blunt in Tallahassee before Douglas and family in Charles- FANCYLBPKG RICE

Sweat In Macclenny and supper Elaine returned' to Pom- ton, S. CoKenneth
ICaIiOh( Fontana Village Resort with Mr. and Mrs. James Waters I Mott of Pensacola

af is different-at Fontana and family in Lawtey. pano.Mrs.. Ressie Carelton said that spent a 15-day leave with his

everybody has fun! Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat andfamily son, Hughey, called her duringthe parents, Rev. and Mrs. H. H.

Fishing is excellent in enjoyed Christmas supper holidays from California. Hf Mott
1 1 Fontana Lake and with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Sweat in has just returned from Pearl Sgt Howard Milton Mott is C

II'h '/)t there's swimming! in.a Macclenny.Mr. Harbor, and says it is a small now stationed at Clark Air Force

U,, I tq new luxurious pool in and Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham world after all, as he met ur Base in the Philippines.Mr. 27
r' craft making, Mrs. J. C. 2f
and Higgin-
season and Mr. with a friend from Brooker over and Mrs. A. H. Hall and
square dancing, scenic botham enjoyed Christmas with of'Jacksonville and Mr.
there, none Bother than Stephen family
tours, tennis i shuffleboard Nathan in
/ Mr. and Mrs. Starling
( ,.. \ horseb -u riding Lawtey.Rev. Kelley who enlisted the same and Mrs. Arthur Kelley of Ft.
time as Hugh. Waldron were visiting Mr. and
,"Q"Q.Iiplenty more to see and Mrs. Irvin Cutshawand
l i Mr. and Mrs. Harroll Sorrclls Mrs. L. L. Dyal and Mr. and __, ..... .
--1, and do in this sparkling of Heilbronri Springs .. .. r ,:a<' -
J: 1 '. mountain air and family and baby of Jacksonville were; Mrs. C. S. KeUey during the ... ...- .-- + -- '" "-" ."...
.. had Christmas dinner with Mr. and I
there's supervised play dinner guests Christmas of Mr. holidays
:Mrs. R. L. Harris and family.Mr. .
for children baby sit- and Mrs. Lloyd Dyal. Mrs. Fred Wfid-on: and daughter Golden
Watson Ripe
and Mrs. Melvin
=-- ten available. Have Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwards Bettye, of Wildwood were :
the time of your life at and family enjoyed Christmas spent the weekend with }[r. and weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.C. .
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Jack FRESH LARGE
Fontana. W r i t e or Mrs. Ersell Edwards at the State S-' Kelley. BANANAS6 12c HEAD
Blackburn in Jacksonville.Mr. .
phone for reservations Farm. Mrs. Nita Dyal of Starke was
and Mrs. J. C. Nolan and
today Free color }[r. and Mrs. Russell Green visiting her sons Lloyd, Leo
folder. family enjoyed Christmas 'dinner and family spent Christmas with and Maurice Dyal, during the
p.;:.. with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wil- Fancy Iceberg CAULIFLOWER
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCormickin holidays.
kinson in Jacksonville.
(ONTANA VILLAGE Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson Jacksonville. Mack McDavid of Gainesville heads
'RESORT of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Beverly, Joan and Mary Ella spent the holidays with Laverne LETTUCE E 2 25

DEPT. &56 FONTANA VILLAGE N. C. Billy Wilkinson and son of Mari- Green spent a few days last Dyal
with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mrs. Leona Brown and Perry
week _
etta, and Mr.: and Firs. J. C. Nolan -e I 19c
i Stuart in Jacksonville.Mr. Breemar and son of Sanford
and family enjoyed a picnic din-
Fresh Cuban
and Mrs. Harvey Baxterof spent the night with Mr. and
ner at Long Branch on Wed., Dec.
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs Mrs. R. H. Green and family
l' 26. Drew Dukes of Worthington Thursday.
MAKE YOll e HOUSE 8,9ro l dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Fred Green and

S CONFIDENTIAL Wade, Harrell Christmas day. family of Jacksonville were visit-

OOZY PROTECTIVE ;, }[r. and Mrs. Curtis Beech and ing the R. H. Greens ThursdayThe
/ son of Gainesville were visiting Ladies of the Brooker Full of Juice 8 Lbs
COURTEOUS :Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harrell dur- WMU will meet at the Church

FROM POP WINTER.YOU'LL ing Mrs.the Annie holidays.Maud Happy of Tuesday night at 7:30. GRAPEFRUIT E bag 39c ANN PAGE 14OZKETC

Mrs. Bulah Harrell and other E H U P.PINEAPPLE
,..- FIGHT. friends here this week. COLONIALFLORIST 1ir A & P Chunks, No.2 can
CASH Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen
w and family ate Christmas din

ner with,Mr. and Mrs. Lee Green I

family in Gainesville.. 21c
Alph Hazen of Orlando and

s. LOANS Mr. and, Mrs. Danny Tizzi of PHONE 218 <'<
i Miami were visiting }'fl'. and, 31
Mrs. Aubrey Hazen during the I,

NO DOWN PAYMENTWhen holidays. (j)
},[r. and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis

You Use Our Convenient Remodeling $50 $100 and family spent Christmas with I JANE

Plan Uup To 36 Months To PayfTARKE Crowl returned with them to GOLDEN POUND

spend a few days. AO Occasions
$300MARION' Ethel Mann of Gainesville spent No. 303

the holidays with her parents DISH GARDENS 2"29CFood CAKE

).[r. and Mrs. A. L Manru 'POTTED
SERV1S Rev. ana Mrs Truby Parrisb
of Santa Fe were Sunday din- POTTERY

po ner guests of 1r.-and Mrs. A. \ .
J .BUILDERS SUPPLIES <: FINANCE CO Mann and family. Rev. Parrish Flowers WiredAnywhere S

and Mr., Mann visited friends IP or.es 2.5c.

4t 5 333 PHONE FR-6-5333 Alachua General Hospital in '
218 W. University ATC. Gainesville that afternoon.
; Gib'J'A'L
Gainesville Fla.N Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis and Nona St. Starke 412 CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.

daughter left by plane Christ -... .
mas day, for Gary Indi urn to I : '. :.', ---- ---- '

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: 'd We are glad to report the sick

Mooty folks are better. A letter from E w
Phone 35 Tampa tells us our granddaughteris C
recovering from the fall also D.
116 B. is in
.... Lang Improving health.
I SetWoman's Mr. and Mrs. Davis are regaining
Weds :Home Program
Wilma Norman ', Fs health as well as can be expected,
Darrell M. EdwardsMiss For Club and so is Mrs Hattie Nolan.
These sick people still nave our Y
Wmna Wanda Norman. I The Starke Woman's Club will prayers and wishes for recovery.

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ancel] be entertained by the American All of Yougan Padgett's children
Home Department with a pro-
:Norman of Heilbronn Spring To- had croup Saturday night so
Mark "Home-
became the bride of Darnell gram we missed them from church.
Mrs at the January meeting
Edwards son of Mr. and day" at They were able to be with us In
Cuy Edwards of the State Farm next Wednesday afternoon : Sunday School and both preach-
the'club house
3:30 o'clock in
in a quiet wedding performed ing services Sunday. We really
.will be in chargeof
26 The
Dec. program
Wednesday afternoon, miss them when they are absent
at 6 o'clock at the home of the Mrs. Lowell Mathews, chairman f z. ai as they are'eom 'ofthe faithful Mr. andDlrs.'Norman B. Hamilton, whose marriage was an e\ect
bride's parents. Rev. W. S. Mc- and Mrs. F. B. Beard co- ones who are with us almost every of Dec. 15 In the Starke Church of Christ Mrs. Hamilton is the former .

Aliley performed the doubleringceremony. chairman. : service. Miss Altha Faye,Hudson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. hudson .

Hostesses for the afternoon Kate Bowens spent Christmas of Gainesville formerly of Starke. Mr. Hamilton is the son Of

The wedding vows were re- will be: Mrs. George Kaufmann Hartmann,, AMONG THE MANY GALA HOLIDAY PARTIES was the ChristI week with her mother Mra Ger Mr.: and Mrs. H. H. Hamilton of Lawtey.
chairman, Mrs. Loyree
peated in front of an archwayof Mrs. Orie mas dance given by the Little Women's Club in the club- house. tie Faircloth :and other relativesat
of members Mrs. Floyd Wiggins I U/ Mr. and Mrs. of McRaeJr.
cedar, In the presence Itt Eugene Mundy Mr. and Mrs. Barney
and Wiggins Mrs. Guy Andrews, e FT omen S Among the group pictured above taking time out between dances, Clay HilLDub
of the immediate family Chattanooga Tenn. were weekend and son, Skipper, of Miami
few close relatives. Christmas :Mrs. E. s. Beebe Mrs. H. A. are Ginger Jones, Helen Kelly Lavora Capps, Pierson Cox, Curtis England spent Monday and guests of Mrs. W. B. Mundy and
& Christmas with Hr
decorations were used throughout Bishop Jr., Mrs. H. G. Bollinger Club Has Gala McGee, alike Goldwire, Maxine Andrews, Joyce Danny, Archie Carmichael Christmas day with his children daughter, Jean. | spent and Mrs McRae Sr.day

the home for the occasion. Mrs. Dewitt Sinclair, Mrs. Edward George Patten, Virginia Jean Darby, Syhia Paulk, and and the Stricklands. _. .
Curtis Edwards served as best Tenly, Mrs. W. H. Graham: David Canova. Couples below are (left) Ellssa StefaneUi and Tom J. L. Strickland preached an interesting 'I '

man for his brother and Mrs and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. H 0'.d ay arty Long; (right) Dennis Mathews and Sandra'Johns.-Photos by R.. P. sermon for us at Clay Stock Up NowDuring

Ruth Lane attended the bride as McLendon.) Hill Saturday night. Sunday
matron of honor. Hayride Party Held morning we had Rev. Grant DAE IC

The bride, given in marriageby Members Of MYF Thomas from Tifton, Ga. He is FL'= '
her father was attired in a By I ,i .,Yh f the son of one of our deacons, STARKE EAGLE'SCLEARANCE

lovely blue taffeta dress with a Members of the Methodist Barney Thomas, and we can truthfully I i

corsage of white camellias. I Youth Fellowship, with Archie : say he is a son to be proudof. SUN., MON.\ TUES.
the nuptials a reception 81' We invited him back again.
Green as president, enjoyed I JAN. 6-7-8
at the Norman Rev. Thomas' father-in-law, C. B.
was held Entire Winter Stock-
New Year's Eve.
hayride party FEATURE
Allen with him and all
came we
beautiful four-tiered
_home._nu A-- The group met at the recrea- 4 Must\ Go
wedding cake centered the lace tion building and attended tho :, rn enjoyed meeting him also. Francis In The

covered refreshment table. Communion Service at the Church rr,3r I We do not know who will preach Haunted House Children'sFlannel

After a short wedding trip to before leaving for Crystal Lake R next Saturday night, but Rev.
Fernandina Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Two trucks filled with hay i Patterson will be our speaker on Mickey Rooney Virginia Welles Pajamas

Edwards are making their home carried the 35 attending out to the third Sat. in Jan. and Francis, the Talking Mule $198 Value Sale $1.00

temporarily with the groom's Camp Montgomery where refreshments I We were about to forget lo tell PLUS

parents at the State Farm. were served and games oi 1 you about Irene Padgett falling Rebel In TownJohn Boy's

The bride is a Junior at BHS were led by Mike Goldwire.The 'Christmas day, and Ernie said Payne: and Ruth Roman Sport Shirts
and the groom is a senior. He party was chaperoned by she about knocked the house down. Plus Cartoon For Children
expects to leave for the armed Rev. Donald Kokomoor and Ray( She had been aiding Santa with $1.98 Value Sale $1.00

services at an early date. Goldwire. } the grandchildren's presents, WED., THURS., JAN. 9-10 I I

heard the children coming, ran to DOUBLE FEATUREJohn Ladies

Wesleyan Guild Mrs. Esther Walker, I get out of sight, fell over the electric Payne As Hats and BagsPrice
9 r .c n lr, t pump and rolled over two or I
Wesleyan Service Guild Unit Horace Sanders WedMrs. three times. Just did miss hitting THE BOSS Y2

2, met Tuesday evening in the F some cement blocks and finally I PLUS
Methodist education building with Esther Walker daughter c .p rolled against the side of the Ladies
Mrs. Harry Mooty and Mrs. 1.,. I of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Englishof /Y .r. house. Seems she had to have RIVER LADYYvonne

W. Haines serving as hostesses. Starke and Horace Sanders? J't' help to get up and says she isn't DeCarlo and Dan Duryea Suits, Toppers
Mrs. R. S. Mullins, leader presided son of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. San-j\ r over the fall yet. Said if the TECHNICOLOR And Long Coats

over the meeting. Mrs. ders of Starke, were united in 1 house hadn't stopped her she Pins Cartoon For Kids Must (o 20% Off
Haines was appointed SpiritualLife marriage Dec. 29 at Folkston, sss'YYY 4 a i db iS doesn't know where she would Also tir.' Coats
secretary. :Members were re have gone to. Might have been FRI.. SAT., JAN. 11-12
minded to bring discarded hose Ga.Mr.. and Mrs. William Wim- rolling yet! We say it Is a good DOUBLE FEATURE Men's
to the next meeting to send to berly of Milliard and Mr. and thing the house was there!
the Lowell prison for their hobby Mrs. Robert Johns of Starke ac Bhowani JunctionAva Curlee Suits

projects. companied the couple to Folks- CARD OF THANKSWe I Gardner Stewart Grangerand Boy's

:Mrs. Lou Hillendabl gave the ton. Ga. Bill Travers Tom Sawyer Suits
wish to express our appreciation .
devotional and also Mr. and Mrs. Sanders are at 't CINEMASCOPEPLUS Last Call \.' % Off
:Mrs M.V.. Cressler who presented home at 318 Christian St. { for the beautiful flowers .
"South and kind words of sympathy during .
course on
a study
of our Sunset In El DoradoRoy
the illness and death EAGLEDEPT.
east Asia. members 300 Attend Dance dear mother. The children of Rogers "Gabby" Hayes
Included in the 10
present were four visitors, Mrs On New Year's EveThe I ........yyyyy...........: Mrs. Alice! J. Davis- fMrs... C. R. and Dale Evans STORE

C. D. Williams, Mrs. L. D. Green, dg Crews, Mrs 'Nellie Dryden, Mrs.,' Plus Serial Chap. 15 111 E. Call St.. Starke, Fla.
Mrs. Titus Olson and Mrs. Cress USO building was the GRAHAM Myrtle Vanzant R- L. and J. B. Color Cartoon For Kids "The Best For Less"IT'S
scene of a delightful New Year's Bradley.)
ler.The Eve dance when approximately
hostesses served refreshments ,: Mrs. John
300 guests danced from 10 o'clockto McKInneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
during the social hour.,
2 o'clock in the morning to
The February meeting will be A A
the tune of Larry Gibson's five-
with Mrs. Del Colley Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
piece orchestra. The dance was ens rDOMCA.
John McKinney were :Mrs. Margaret
sponsored by the Business and NEBRh+
WSCS MeetingsThe I Professional Women's Club. Johnson and children, and

Guests were seated at table? Wherein'e have a happy no doubt I will go as it I I.s my [Mr... and- Mrs. Curtis Youngblood UNLAWFUL
three circles of the Methodist all of Tampa, Horace McKinneyof
dance floor in the Christmas, I take down the tree Sunday to go to
WSCS will'meet the first of Waldo and Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
in the framesto
auditorium and they were giver put my quilt It is dark out and cloudy. Looksas
the week as follows: Bennett and Mr. Mra Richard
celebrate the New Year 1957.
--- favors of hats, noise-makers and if it might snow. We had a
I Knight, all of Gainesville.
Circle 1 will meet Tuesday
refreshments. Members of the little snow for Christmas Day
morning at ten o'clock at' the Come let us make of life a Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Beard of .
but it and not
was bright
club presided at the Snack Bar very
Mrs. E. L. Matthews on song Gainesville visited her )
home of mother
E. Adkins St. with Mrs. W. E. in the lounge. To be remembered very long cold.HELPFUL HINTS. Do you Mrs. Mattie Griffin, last weekend. For Any Person or Persons to Engage

Middleton as co-hostess. i ... Mrs. Irene Ratliff was called to
wear white gloves Here is a
Circle 2 will meet Monday Judy Allen MarriesJames I am not satisfied to pass to wash them. Wet good the bedside of her mother, Mrs..

afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs.J. W. UnderwoodMr. With silent tread across the easy and way rub soap on soiled spots. I I Minnie Crenshaw last Friday In Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless

H. Ritch at her home 1111 grL' Then roll up tightly, beginningwith Alachua General Hospital.

Pratt St., Saratoga Heights. and Mrs Ira Allen of That he who keeps the goal the finger tips. Let them lie Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Starlingof
Circle 3, Mrs. L. J. Green, Starke announce the marriage of must hear ,for an hour and then wash. To Miami visited Mrs. Dryden during .
leader will meet Monday afternoon their daughter Judy, to Jame I want my step to ring so 'clean your stove oven put a dish the Christmas holidays. The Name Is Registered 'j

at 3 o'clock at the home W. Underwood' son of Mr. and clear of ammonia inside the oven and Walter Ratliff has returned to
!of Mrs. Daisy Perryman on N. Mrs. Harvey Underwood of Keystone Must heed and recognizeand leave ever night. Then wash oven his base In New Jersey after I

Walnut St. with Mrs. Green as Heights, which was an say; with soap and water. If you have spending the holidays with his .
co-hostess. event of Dec. 22 ?In Lake Butler., "There goes a minstrel on ntarch on your iron clean with, parents.Mr. .

Following a short wedding tripin his way." damp cloth and mild scouring .and Mrs. John McKinnney
Social ClubThe South Florida the young couple Georgia C. Baker. powder when iron is cool. Do not attended the fish supper Mondaynight
will be at home'in Starke where scrape with a knife or other at the Odd Fellows Lodgein
Starke Social Club met L!Mr. Underwood is employed at I There is a way of living that sharp tool. Gainesville. Read This Florida Law

Thursday night of last week in Hardy Brothers Motor Co. j can bring joy to the heart. I Got so many nice Christmas I
find if one does what he feelsright ., __________________
the Presbyterian Assembly Hall cards from. Florida. Cne I ap- .YWYw- . . ... .. t
and good to say "God I "It shall be unlawful for any,person or as defined hereto
persons to
at 7:30 p. m. Games were enjoyed Circle 4 preciated was of our editor Mr. ,
by the group after which put my life in your hands, then :Matthews his wife and beautiful LONG BRIDGE engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein de

.delicious refreshments were served Circle 4 of the Methodist WS think and of happy be happy.thing*Of one course can girls.! Thanka everybody. I do like AND NEW RIVER fined, without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the
by Mrs. Cora Quattlebaumand CS will meet at the Recreation sing Christmas cards. They make me
:Mrs. W. E. Spillar. The group [ Building on Monday, Jan. 7 at'I death comes, and sickness, realize people remember. bins E. A. Sapp clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business

enjoyed singing Christmas carols 8 p. m. Mrs. Sarah Hunter and 'worries of all kinds yet time of hasa the Happy New year to everyone, is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidayit .
of healing and many a&&A&
and listening to Christmas music Mrs L. K. Whitehead are hos tomorrows way will be happy. I know, and I say with the poet, susuauu..aaaa signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of

The during first the meeting refreshment of the hour.new tesses. because I have been through' Ring out wild bells to the of Mr.Fort and Worth Mrs.Texas Bobbie and Crews Mr.] all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest .

year will be held Thursday Jan. everything. Now as the New Year, wild sky. ,and Mrs. Carl Edwards of Camp of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carried
1 heart is glad. The clouds the frosty
10, in the St. Mark's Episcopal 1 I. Thin approaches afternoon my I feel so well light flying I Gordon, Ga. visited their mother on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto

Parish Membership House at In 7:30 the p. club m. is thankful and carefree, I wish I The year is dying in the night. Mrs.holidays.Murlie Crews, during the engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertise;' Ms or

open to the general public. If could climb up the highest hill Ring out wild bells and let Christmas dinner of heir intention to register said fictitious name,at least once & week for fc. ':"
house and sing a 1 guests
back of our it die.
interested call Mrs. Cora Quat hymn of praise. Whoopee!' What: Mr. and Mrs Ethan Sapp included (4) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined bylaw in l"w county:
God bless
W. S. McAliley. you every
or a, wonderful world we live In. If me.LOVE :Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not !tt

all sin was taken out it could be LURA0 Sapp and children of Gainesville, accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except receiving piwcf of
Elementary PTAThe Mr. and Mrs. John W. Caldwell heaven. We had such a nice Mr. and Mrs. Pete Sapp, and upon

announce the birth of a son, Christmas. Just Don and L We CARD OF THANKSWe Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sapp and such publication.
Starke Elementary PTA I David Bruce on Dec. 26 at Ala had supper early Christmas.Eve I children of Palatka and :Mr.
will meet Tuesday evening at chua General Hospital. and I washed the dishes, went for wish to thank all who do-' and Mrs. Robert Ward of Starke.

7:30. o'clock in the Cafetorlum. the mall and then we listened to nated time work material and Mrs. Jessie Lee Lazenby and I If are engaged in business under

J. --- 1 Lt. and Mrs. Ervin Andrew the Christmas carols on the radio .money in the refencing of Mt. mother. Mrs Rhoda Dowling, of I you any name
I awhile Then we opened our boxesof ,Sinai Cemetery also public of- Homestead visited Mr. and Mrs.
of Lackland Air Force Base San
I had the holly and a':ficials and workers. It was a Fonnie Crews over the holidays.
gifts. {
GAY'SHome birth Antonio of a Texas son, Larry, announce David, Dec.the nice grift from Daisy but managed Lang. She to ''I'demonstration of public trust Little BUlie and Richard Shiverof s other than your own, andbave not bad this name
Mr. Is not very well good will faith and understand. Gainesville enjoyed several
AppliancesYour 31. The grandparents are
send it so it came several days, ing not only of the present but days visit with their grandmother
and Mr.
and Mrs. Dave '
Andrews of before Christmaa sent some up of the future. We intend to keep Mrs. Nan Merritt. They re-
Friendly and Mrs. Reddish advertised and wiflae
Starke. to the church to decorate for the' the Cemetery clean and presentable turned to their home Sunday and properly registered, we

Norge DealerNQRGE program.On free for public use. Again little Jimmie Lavender returned
Bradford County Hospital announces Christmas Day I roasted a, thanks to alL for a short visit with them.

APPLIANCES the following births: turkey. We ate in the dining room The Mt. Sinai Cemetery Com Miss Nan Mullins of Lakeland, glad to give aQ Information to
Mr. and Mrs. Hobart J. Carterof just Don and I. We- did not haveanybody mittee, Mrs. Equilla Wasdin Ga. is spending this week with you necessary as

S MAYT.VQ WASHERS Waldo a daughter Mary Kay, so were free to rest ana Roberts Secretary and Treasurer. her sister, Mrs. Joe Leslie For-

S COLEMAN BEATERS and Dec.Mr.27.and Mrs. James Henry read.Yesterday Don took the small SINGING CONVENTIONThe Byth.Mr.. and Mrs. Bill Banks, and what you should do.BRADFORD

FLOOR FURNACESWe Babb of Waldo a daughter Nancy ; ambulance to Omaha to have a Mrs. Fronie Moody visited 1Ir.znd'Irs. .
Lucille Dec.: 27. new air conditioning unit put In. Bradford-Union
Service All Makes Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Franklin That will also cool the air In convention will meet Sunday.Jan. VerneU Moody In Lake-

Of' Appliances Overton of Starke a daughter. summer. He has gone now to' 6, at Northside Baptist land last Sunday.
Samantha June Dec. 27. make an ambulance trip In the Church. There win be ft sermon Miss Ida Merritt -spent the COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Phone 10 ., ':Mr.and Mrs. Obed Macel Pau. Cadillac to take Mr. Wendte to In the morning dinner and singIng Christmas holidays in Lakeland .,

Starke, Florida *y ley of'Lawtey a daughter Don the hospital. so our life goes This in the afternoon. Everyone la with her. sister- -Mrs.. '. Linnfe- I ',. H '
na Sues Dec. 29. Is the night for choir practice BO invited. Drake.
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.. r J rr.r Jim Lawson was delightfully "'-io .... ... ....... 1 ... ..
.,'-+,'-'!'".. } Rep. and Mrs. Doyle Conner and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes spent

surprised at a family party giverin .,. 0 .., ."'i/.._..,f"'e. ._.A<. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Henderson New Year's day with Mr. and Mrs.
his honor last Saturday eve- r--: '". ... "'.'...,....... .... .." r'' :," spent the weekend
ning in celebration of his,' birthday : ; .. .r ," ...M.-. ."''- '.;1 in Miami. John Deas and family in Lake
Holiday guests of Mrs. R. A.

anniversary. Newsome included Mr. and Mrs. H. City.Mr_ and Mrs J. C. Parker and

Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel and W. Shipp of Jacksonville, and Mr. family of Orlando were Mondayand

family were visiting Mr. and and Mrs. R. E. Mathews and Mrs
Tuesday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Dankel in Sue Pate of .
t IN THE NEM 3 .Waycross Lakeland.Mr. Mrs. E. P. Lee.

on Tuesday. and Mrs. Milton Cauffmanand Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and

Mr. and Mrs. Charts Myexr son, and Mr. and Mrs. L. F. son, Micky, were visiting Mr. and

Sgt. Don Andrews of Ozark,I Mr. and Mrs. 1... D. Green Mrs and daughters, -Sandi and Nan Dean and son of Washington, D. i Mrs. R. J. Andrews in Wescon-
of Southern Pines, *N. C. are C. were holiday guests of Mr. and nett on New Year's day.
Ala. .spent Wednesday to Sunday Henrietta Hunt and Mrs. C. D
I spending this week with Mr. and Mrs Richard Cauffman. Martel Faulk of Jacksonville
with his uncle and aunt, Mr Williams attended the Centennia'celebration
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Harris the
Mrs. Junius SmithBob spent Christmas holidays with
and Mrs. Dansby, before of Lafayette Countin < Et
R. O. 4
and daughters of Gainesville her
'the 'weekend were grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
base in New last Friday. The fatherof Smith spent
to his .
going i new Mayo Christmas day guests of Mr. and Maxie Carter Sr.
e Mexico. the three _women, W. T. Dees with Buster Partin in Eustis. ?
I Mrs. G. J., McGriff Sr. Mrs. Donald Kokomoor and
a Buddy Baker of Jacksonvillespent was the original founder of Mayo Judy Dankel spent Friday and .Mr' w ..t 1rt. Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Gaines- daughter, Gretchen, returned to
the weekend with Jimmy Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pass anc' Saturday with friends in Zephry- villee is'
spending this week with Atlanta with her parents, Mr. and
,Lawson. sons of ;Tallahassee and Patsy oills. Nell Locke returned trotarke INO' Loafing Mr and Mrs. G.', J. McGriff Sr., Mrs. L. E. Loemker, last Fridayfor

CoL and Mrs. J. A. Griffin and:I I Linda and Marjorie Stevens o' : with Judy to spend Saturday L. w Page (left) jg convince that cage-laying' type of operation Mr. ,and Mrs. Charles J. Harris, several weeks visit The

I Mr. and Mrs C H. Nasworthy' Jacksonville were holiday guest'of to Tuesday with the Dankels. All owe d Wh en works best for Ids flock of more than a thousand White Leghorns. and Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green. Loemkers spent the holidays with

1 spent New Year's day in the Mr. and Mrs.., L. D. Green. .Friends of Mrs. _Ovid Bennett At right Is "feedl g tjnje at the Page chicken farm west of Lswtey. Miss Sue Biggs of Ventura the Kokomoors. Rev. Kokomoorwill

.Scrub. Mrs. Blanche Englander an<* will regret to hear that she re Layers Are Caged Calif. has been visiting friends in go to Atlanta on Jan. 14 to

I Mr. and Mrs. Charles sn P- children of Fort Lauderdale were turned to Bradford County Hospital __ St. Augustine and Mr. and Mrs. attend the Minister's Week at

herd 'and family of Tampa were holiday visitors of Mrs. C. D Thursday last week for :, : !'. G. J. McGriff Jr. in Starke during -I i Emory University and his familywill
visiting I. P. Shepherd last Williams. further treatments. I Experts may differ as, to the He raises- his' own' pullets and. bout the cage system are: takes the holidays. On Wednesdayshe return with him on Jan. 18-
In at present is using the Babcock more time to feed and
advantages of having layers gather
Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Edward Little Francine Hillendahl entered returnend to Decatur, Ga. with Rev. and Mrs. R. E. MacBlaiu
Pamela Faye Lawson has returned and sons of Cocoa and Mr. ant I Doctors Hospital on :Mon- individual cages, but L. W. Page, strain of White Leghorns. When' eggs; costs more in form of in-' Mr. and Mrs. LerJie Biggs and I visited Mr. and Mrs. George'
whose farm Is located the pullets are ready to lay they vestment flies.Mr. .
to Tift College, ForsytheCa. Mrs. W. B. Dowling and daughterof day for possible tonsilectomy. poultry : more family, who have also been visit Fortunas in Apalachicola over thr
after spending ,the holidays Dunnellon were visiting Mr Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Moore and west of Lawtey, is convinced it's are put into cage and are culledat Page said he has tried ing here during the holidays. She I I holidays.Pvt. .

with her family. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle and Mrs daughter, Marilyn, and Mr. and I the best system for him. the age of eight months on the several Insecticides against flies,' will return to Ventura next week Cary Nazworth left Monday .
O. White and Mrs In spite of the fact that he has basis of their production record. and at present Is using a mix- after a short visit
Mrs. C. Fay Gill on'Monday.Mr Mrs. Jimmy Davis and daughters with the Leslie for Fort Lewis, Wash. for
more than a thousand layers In Mr. Page first tried raising ture of kerosene
Jacksonville were soluble
James Tealof and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and of Blackshear Ga. spent Wednes- and Biggs family. N further assignmentHUNDREDS
New Year visitors of Mr. and< of last week with Mrs. Daisy cages on his farm, Mr. Page de- chickens in the conventional DDT "It Is cheaper," he said,
Mrs. V. S. St. John are spending day
Davis. clares that he doesn't know much manner, housing a large numberof "and seems to work as well as
Mrs. L. A. and Mrs. Del
In Tallahassee Perryman Colley.
Monday to Wednesday about chickens. "I've been in the birds in one big laying house.I anything else."
J. P. Dill spent
and Mrs.
Mr. Linda Johns spent the weekend i '
to, attend Inaugura '
Although he admits it is easier
business only four he
with relatives years
Monday and Tuesday in Atlanta visiting friends. Althouh he has been troubled
tion. rays," and the cage system Is to feed and gather eggs that with
Jacksonville. raiding animals Mr.
Allie and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bernar Pedersenof Page
and Mrs. C. R. Rivera of Mrs. Driggers best for me because I can tell for way, he changed over to the cage said he killed a lot of
Mr of Mrs possumsand
of Lake Butler Tampa were guests
O. B. Dukes spentIew
method for
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar I sure whether a hen is producingor the following and
Ocala and Year's day with Mr. and Edwards Burns on Christina pole cats, now seems to
and family of Effingham not. reasons: have that problem under control.
Olden Eve and Christmas day. of aetails
Mrs. J. R. Kelley. are managed and economic-
Sunday visitors of Mr. A former automobile mechanic, He lost birds due to cannaba- He showed how his system of
III. were Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Harndon Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Beard Jr ally attended that only trained and
and Mi'3. L. H. Gibson. Mr. Page was employed at Camp lism; broken eggs in the nests; keeping records on .each hen a
and family of Valdosta Ga. spent and family of Sanford spent careful
Chick Sale, lied Cockerel, Friday Mrsfit' Blanding until four years ago. eggs soiled which required more works. He pointed to one cage, organization can attend when
with Mr. and las'week .
weekend and of
and Saturday, lOc each, at the Monday Tuesday His wife had been taking care of cleaning time; and, most important here the record reaveals that the the urgent nod for serving is at
Edwards.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bearc"Sr.
M. with
Brownlee & Chasteen. a flock of 300 hens and, wheli i. because an exact record can pullet started laying on Sept26 hand.
and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and The Beards also had as
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Kincaid anc1 and he became ill, she suggested that be kept of the good layers and missed the following day, and has
Mr. and Mrs. John Deas fam- Christmas day guests, Mr. antMrs.
daughter, Nancy, of Salisburg.. ily of Lake City spent the Christ- Herman Hafele of Jackson. he quit his job and go into the the loafers when the cage meth- not missed a single day 'since.

N. C. spent the Christmas holidays in egg business on a much larger od is used. "She's earning her feed," he
with Enos
Hayes DeWITT
mas holidays C. JONES
with Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph ville.Harry scale. The things he does not like aMiss said

Sink and remained Miami Houston and Arthur Phone 7 Starke Fla.
family. Nancy ,
with the Sinks for several Miss Babs Lance will returnto Holliday Jr. spent Friday to Sun Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Stricklandof I Dorothy Kickliter o' Mr. and Mrs. E P. Lee had as I

weeks visit. her duties at Charity Hospita1 day at Hprseshoe on a hunting Belle Glade were overnight I Green Cove Springs had .Christmas I dinner guests on New Year'a day Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur

in New Orleans on Sunday after of Mr. and Mrs I dinner with Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Edward:: Parker and
guests local funeral home
the holidays with her trip.Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lester nj to offer convenience sad
spending daughter of Cocoa
and Mrs. Guy sale ant Paul Raymond. I i I ifr. and Mrs.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W Crews. J. C. Parker and services not othsrwii available.We .
Linda last Fri family o Orlando -
daughter, spent Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jameson of
Lance. day and Saturday with Mr. anc* Chick Sale, Red Cockerels, Friday -: and Mr. and Mrs. T I. Mer- 'J I I po .
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hall were New York were recent visitors and Saturday lOc each, at sereau of Starke.
Mrs. J. J. Sale Sr. in Madison.
and Mrs. Paul Raymond furnish the .';7&ut service at lowest and
FLORIDA fishing at Steinhatchee over the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swartr ot Mr. Brownlee & Chasteen. : Jerry Baldwin of Ocala visited : type prices,
weekend.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish accept ANY life W.-:lace policy In force, toned by ANT
and family of Aberdeen, Md I Mrs. R. A. Newsome visited Miss Jean Mundy on Monday.
and Mrs. Charles Hardy and son, Stan spent the weekenc1with 1 YOU'LL company, U paymev in part or la full on a funeralCoMultAtlon
were Sunday evening guests of relatives in Lakeland and Miami LOVE the new Ester-
and Mrs. J. E., Hardy, and: ,her mother Mrs. Mamie cvriei no
i Mr. brook obUjatian.
THEATRESAT. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Beard Sr. in Jacksonville.Tom during the Christmas holidays. prase-size fountain'pens ir .....
Mrs. anI'families Lou Edwards,
Mr. and Douglas Hardy
I Dennis Mathews, Ray Stefan Ben (Sarge) Suslow returnedto pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Brad ..'.
Year's Jan Pitch are confined
spent New day ford
elli and Glen Reddish returned tr Starke last week from a County Telegraph.

with Mrs. Cnarles Hardy Sr. and I Murray State College, Ky. op with mumps. month's vacation during which he Capt and Mrs. C. B. Starling
.. JAN. 5, 1957 Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bryan ir Wimberlyof visited in and New of Doctors Lake and Mrs.
Tuesday after spending the holi Mr. and Mrs: W. M. Washington Bob I

RIG DOUBLE FEATURE Gainesville.Mr. days with their respective par Bartow were visiting Mrs. H York, spending Christmas with McClung and daughter, Gail of FUEL OILPrompt

,--- and Mrs. Carl Robert' C. Wimberly and Mrs. Nelsor his family In New York. Parkersburg, W. Va. were Sunday

Ansco Color visited Tallahassee friends and and relatives the ir ents.Mr.. and Mrs. E. W. Newcomb Green and family over the week Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Miller and visitors of .Mr. and Mrs. Maxie
Quincy over Carter Sr.
NEWHfliMIOQ weekend. o! Orlando will be weekend guestsof end.Mr. son, Sammy, spent the holiday

John Torode and Johnny Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy season visiting points of interestin Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dansby of Dependable YTThONEiVfl,4

sons. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen spent Tuesday and Wednesdayin South Florida. Mrs. Miller also Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. R.
1 Dick Tuesday to Friday -
M and of last sPent week in the Scrub. I and family spent last week with South .Florida.. visited relatives in Hollywood. J. Andrews and family of Wes-

!.ItviNO MUM h.l..wy Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cowen and Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Denmark Mra W. H. Nollman drove her connett were Sunday guests of (
Mr. and
r ,., i... 'cLit TYRESANOVOEVINC and sons spent the Christina' family in Huntsville, Ala. and Sr. and son Dale, of Jackson granddaughter little Janelle Daw- Mrs. R. 0. Dansby.

holidays with Judge: and Mrs. J with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Patersonand vile were Sunday visitors of Mr kins, home to Jacksonville Mon Mrs. Lex Green and daughter,

1 ?, iiY.M AiIINfEII M. Snodgrass in. Scottsboro Ala II family in Weston, Ga. j and Mrs. A. Russell Norman. day. Mrs. Nollman Is spendingthe Lu, spent Friday to Sunday visit JOHN A. TORODE JOBBERSHELL
i and rest of the week with her sis ing Mr. and Mrs. H. L. ,
Parker in
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump ha' Chick Sale, Red Cockerels, Friday Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Speer
11 the ters, Mrs. T. W. Oliver of St. Sim- Pahokee, and Mr. and Mra OIL PRODUCTS
Orlando Char
f town rro? as holiday guests, Mrs. Ollvr and Saturday, lOc each, at daughters of spent
t with Mr. and ons Island, and Mrs. Claud Den- les Stevenson In Sebastian.
Bowers and Mr. and Mrs. Ton- Brownlee & Chasteen.Mr. New Year holidays UUflflJWw"HANDY
of Savannah.
PLUS Lennon of Charleston, S. C., Mr and Mrs. Samuel Renfroeof Mrs. E. P. Lee. ,ny Mr and Mrs. Jack Trawick. were
and Mrs. W. H. Thomson Nashville and ,Mrs. Edward Parker
ant Tenn. spent the Mr. ,
hosts at a steak fry on New
HOLLYWOODTHRILL family of Monticello, and Mr. ant Christmas holidays with Mr. ant and daughter of Cocoa were New Year's Eve at their- home on :

I Mrs. John W. Griffin of Ochlock- Mrs. L. L. Renfroe and family Year holiday guests of Mr. and KIngsley Lake. Guests were Mr. BOTTLED GAS SERVICE

MAKERSAll nee, Ga.Elaine. Freddie J Johns son of Mr. and I Mrs. T. I. Mersereau. and Mrs. Guy Sale Mr. and Mrs. FLAME"

Star Cast Strickland spent th' Mrs. M. L. Johns, who has server1 Mrs. J. L. Lazonby of Homestead James Lewis, Dr. and Mrs. A. Y. -

first of the week with her grandparents with the 6th fleet in the far spent the holidays with Covington, and Com. and Mrs. COMPLETE BOTTLED GAS SERVICE FOR I

"Rawi Rawi Rooster" Car. Mr. and Mrs. H. W Eastern area, returned to UK friends and relatives in and near Fred Glenn. '

toon. Chapter No. 8 "King Moyer in Jacksonville. States on Dec. 10 and is confinedin Starke. Elden Mathews' dance band, the COMMERCIAL HOME OR FARM USE

Carnival" George Canova came homr Uie U. S. Naval hospital ir Mrs. Mae Jones and grandsonMike Starlighters, spent Monday and

Sunday from a visit with G. C Portsmouth Va. where he under- Jones, of Jacksonville werr Tuesday in Albany, Ga. where SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY

SUN., MON. & TUES. I Alderman in Baltimore. Md. went surgery. Friends may address visiting Dr. ,and Mrs W. E they had a "New Year'a engage- DIXIE GAS RANGE AS LOW AS. ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell returned him: Freddie Johns, EM-3 Middleton on Monday. ment at Radium Springs. The $89.95
6.7.8 last' Friday from a week' U. S. Naval Hospital, Ward 24 11IE RIGHT POINT for the band is composed of Mr. Mathews, 20 GAL. GAS WATER HEATER AS LOW AS 89.95
visit with their son-in-law and Portsmouth Va. write. Come In and soled
way you Hardy, Jerome Edwards, APPLIANCES OF ALL
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roge" Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen your favorite ESTERBRQQK David Canova, and Burge Sear KINDS

P. Gufsslnger in Baton Rouge and family spent New Year's Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. ing. They were accompanied byMrs. '

La. They attended the christening Day with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Rogers o' | Mathews HARRY C. ELROD FURNITURE COMPANY

of their granddaughter, Lyn Douglas in Jacksonville.Mrs. Quitman, Ga. spent Christina. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hunt of
Gayle, on Dec. 23 at the First J. W. Lee returned to her day with Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Mc Bonifay were weekend guests of 218 Temple Ave. Phone .t3

Methodist Church there. Enroutr home in Atlanta on Sunday after I Millan. Mrs. Henrietta Hunt. Lowest Prices Easiest Termsqii

home they visited Miss Maud sixveeks'! visit with her son and Mr... and Mrs. D. A. Montietr-, .
I JJAcxON Sewell in Tallapoosa. Ga. ant daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.j I of Fort Lauderdale were Christ .

4 !It LEMMONYlOU@AN'T Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Norman ir Roy Chasteen, on Hall Lake and mas weekend guests of Mr. anc -

Richland Ga. also with Mr. and McGriff Jr.
Is1UNI WAY Mrs. Jim Mrs. G. J.
Mir and Mrs. C. C. McAlflev Chasteen in Starke. Charles Burtorof
Mr. and
ito IION1su5o0PE !i of Chester, S. C. are visiting Miss Jo Anne Slade and Mr.;. Atlanta were guests Thursdayto Robbins Fall
their !
I ,M.I Mrs. W.son S.and McAliley.J. family., Rev. and and Mrs. T. H. Slade, Jr. and I Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs .

e son returned to Atlanta Tuesday Sam Anderson. The Burtons
C. Vining of Palatka *
spent after spending the holidays with with Mrs. Anderson and Mr. an*

PLUS New Year's Eve and day with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Bobby Turner, attended thr

L.his D.uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs Slade, sr. Jo Anne is attending Gator Bowl game on Saturday.

"Mystery In Moonlight" VinIng. Emory University and Tom, Jr. Miss Adel Scholl was In Miam1
J. M.
Cartoon Vickers and daugh is attending Southern Tech. Thursday to Monday where she
spent Wednesday to
of last week in Folkston Friday, Ga Miss Flora Slade spent from was a bridesmaid in the weddinp M as ,

WED., THURS., & FRI. with Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Gowen Thursday to Sunday in Bacon- of Margaret Joan Conkling to
ton, Ga. visiting Miss Hildarenr Lt. Donald Lathan Tuttle, USAF
James R.
JAN. 9.10.11a Weldon lef'
at the Cora'Gables
Jackson. on Saturday evening
Monday for f
;Norfolk Va. after
CHALLENGING DRAMA OF TODAY'S spending the holidays with hit Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond Congregational
spent Christmas Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Oberhel-
mother Mrs. Steve Day with Mr
Weldon anffamily.
CHANGING MORALS! ,,r and Mrs. W. T. Shiver in Jen- man and children returned tr

1 .- --. "a Dr. and Mrs. Frank nings. their home in Gilmore City, Ia 4 .
Kilgo were
visiting Mr. and Mrs. John A. Mr. and Mrs J. D. Cottrell of on Saturday after a week's visl'with
Mrs. W. S. Mc-
Rev. and .
Torode last Saturday. Leesburg spent Saturday to Tues "
Mr. and Mrs. Hatley Quincey day with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Aliley and other ,relatives In COME EARLY! -
of Douglas, Ga. were Sewell. '
guests of
Is In Prices Slashed
B. J. Bowden Improving
Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. Sinclair dur- Miss Florence Brown returnee the Bradford County Hospital

ing the Christmas holidays.Mr. to her teaching position in Miam'on heart attack ... S
after suffering a
and Mrs. W. H. Nollman Monday. Marcus .

visited Year Simon's Mrs.Island T. W.over Oliver the at New St Miami Tuesday Medical for the college.Mr. University. left of I last Antonio Mrs.Friday.,Dave Texas Paulk on,Thursday flew to San fo Take A Tip From Us This Is It! c1 I

Janelle holiday. I and Mrs. S. R. Johns and a week's visit with her soninlawand "-

Dawkins spent last. family, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch daughter, Lt. and Mrs. Ervir 4

.; Wednesday to Monday with her Mrs. A. A. Durden, and Mr. and Andrews and their new baby son LADIES' Large Selection (OfLADIES' a x., "
PLUS grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W Mrs. H. M. Richarde COATS
H. Nollman. of the Mrs. Kate Sheppard visited

State Farm spent Christmas day relatives in Fort White on Monday DRESSES I
"Concerto In B-Flat" Car- YOU'LL
brook LOVE. the new Ester- with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Durdenat and Tuesday. Mrs. E. C All Sizes and Styles See z
toon pruse-size fountain In *
pastel shades Only $S.09 at pens Bradford Jacksonville Beach. Priest who has been in, Fort Price Tag Come Early You' Will '

County Telegraph. .Mr.' and Mrs. Leslie Biggs and White.. --- with relatives the 'Past Want Several After You s 4 ,

daughters, Barbara and Karen, week returned with Mrs. Shep See The Price TagMEN'S ? ,
of Decatur, Ga. spent Saturday I pard.

Work, Worry Getting You Down? to Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs.. Lt. John Roberts Paulk ant LADIES' SKIRTS i s:9s i > II

Vernon Silcox. sister, Jeffery Paulk, of Willa CLOTHINGAND

Many folks over 40 feel tired rundown and depressed mostof }fr. and Mrs. Clyde Sinclair coochee. Ga. spent the weekend Prices Slashed :f!

the time not seriously in but disheartened and discouraged. .
and daughter, Evelyn, spent the with their cousin, Sylvia Paulk IILADIES'
Thousands of men and women with their
youth behind -
weekend in I who returned to Wfflacooche-
them are finding the strain of modern life and work Manchester Ga. with It
G. L. with them visit from Sun SHOES
Sinclair. for a CHILDREN'S
exhausting; their energy strength and vitality at low ebb. CLOTHING
Chiropractic scientists, after many yean of research, have Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ensor day to Tuesday. 4

found that fatigue, and susceptibility to disease are caused by and' Mrs. :Mary Lane of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Eustis McKnigh Prices Slashed Come In And See the Price
pinched nervea or distortions In the spine. Chiropractic adjustments were Christmas and son David are spending this Tags

remove the cause of low vitality almost from the "el'J'first. guests of Mrs. Bertha Pearce.holiday week with relatives, in South Come Early And Get On. These They'll Surprise You!
Fatigue Is a forerunner or migrain headache, constipation Carolina Your Choice
heart trouble, cancer and many other ailments. Men and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Pickeringspent 1 I
Mrs. Sarah Hunter and children -
"'omeD'hl) feel weak, shaky nervous and exhausted should New Years with Mr. ant
consult a Chiropractor at once and see for themaelve just how Mrs. R. C. Dunn Jr. at Jacksonville spent the holidays with her See OurLADIES'
effective this modem health science really Is. Beach. father. J. F. Clardy, and family ROBBINS'i' DEPT STORE

in Zephryhills. SWEATERS
H. G. BOLUNGER, CHIROPRACTAOR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rabb Jr..I I Miss Elaine Sykes spent the

3 BLOCKS OFFICE and sons spent the weekend with holidays: ,with her parents Mr. AD Reduced .
NORTH Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Kennedy In I and Mrs. Mack Carmlchael in Coco ''- STORE OF VALUES"




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--;-.,,-, .. .... -"-- -- included Mr and :Mrs. Russell Bowl game In 'Jacksonville last weeks in the Bradford, County Attorney Joseph- K. Skipper, 221, Jane Polk DefendantCase
Bean house the Brokas' Telegraph. Florida Title Jacksonville No. 10-1937
guests of Saturday.Mr. Building. -
i _ PuhHcaHoai a.d
Dated this 13th day of December, 2, Florida ,Order of Notice to
V from Meadyille, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. R. P. McLendon 1956. Appear State ef Florida Tot
and file the original In the office of
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles Jane Polk. whose residenceand
_wr Kyle McMurtry, Mr. and Mra. A. Darby Nancy
i r had as holiday guests Mr. and Clerk of the Circuit Cnur the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or address Is: 611 East Tate Street,
: ._IInIll Herbert Nelson Mr. and Mrs. E.' Mrs. ].. Cogdill and family of By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk before otherwise the the 14th day of Jan.. 1957 said: Kokomo, Indiana.
allegations of
_- T. Martin, and Mr. and Mrs. W. 12/21 4t 1/11 You are required to appear oa
4_ qIwr Kno ville, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Complaint will be taken as confessed January 14, 1957 In the above
I t4' C. :McCrary. Rudy McDonell ,and sons of' IB The Couaty -Judare'a Court IB sad by yon. named Court and cause wherein
Christmas Musical 1 Per Bradford FloridaIN This notice shall be publishes once plaintiff peeks divorce.
: Program Tampa Mr. and Mrs. J. S Cogdillof County
RE each week for four consecutive Bradford County Telegraph shall
: Estate of James
4jf. '& I Thursday, Dec. 27, the Keystone St. Mark's. and Mr. and Mrs. Loadholts. Sr.... Deceased. weeks In the' Bradford County Tele- publish this Order in next four
c --- ------ graph. weekly issues.
-."% ___ Heights Woman's dub held its Wayne Cogdill of Gainesville.Lt. f'1.1 All UHltS:! Dated this 12th day of- December, wim Bi mv 'hand and official
I -L I i 0 .: .Z4 regular monthly social meeting. W. H. Edwards left Sundayfor Notice Is hereby given that the 1156.! I seal--at--Starke, Florida this '6th
_:4Jt.U .. AL this time dispensing with the cov undersigned on the 14th day of (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby. day of December, 1956.
Air Force Base in November 1956, filed final
Gary a accounting Clerk of the Circuit
11fM1It4? t ered-dish luncheonl: The program, : of her administration of By Marian L Court. (OFFICIAL SEAL
Texas, where he will enter pilot Crosby Deputy Clerk
the estate of James Everett Load- Charles A. Darby,
I fl.Ufl ;; I : ; in charge of Miss Cleva Carson, training. Mrs. Edwards and their [holts, Sr.. deceased. and notice is 12/14 4t 1/4 Clerk of the Circuit Court.
t of the musicale feat- further Marlon L. Crosby, Deputy
t 4Z was variety, given that after publicationof By Cleric
Mrs. Godwin vocal- son, Hal remained with her this notice, once each week for IB Circuit Court. Bradford County.. Chas. R. Hess. 204-05 Guaranty LU
I uring Sidney parents, :Mr. and Mrs. J. G. four consecutive weeks applicationwill Florida Ia Chancery. Building. Jacksonville Fla. '
'1 ist, and her daughter Miss Jen- CaldwelL be made to the Honorable Donald B. Polk, Plaintiff, vs. Nancy Attys for PIt. 12/14 4t 1/3 -
Theron A. Yawn, County Judge of ....
-1 sene Godwin, p mist; Mrs. Russell -V
SK2 and Mrs. J. N. Belche returned Bradford County, Florida. for the -
Young, violinist; Mrs. Bobbe approval of said accounting and
Sunday. to Pensacola after r
for final of WE
Bastedo, vocalist; Mrs. Albert -- discharge the under- CONTRACT FOR
spending' he holidays with signed as Administratrix: of said
Bachman, vocalist; and Mrs. Florence -
their parents, Mr.,and Mrs. A. C. estate.Mamie
James, accompanist.Mrs. Kndd lx>aanoi.. Helms ALL TYPES OF BUILDING
Belche, and Mr. and Mra J. G. as Administratrix of the Estate
;. -t William B. Dawson Invited Caldwell. of James Everett Loadholts. Sr., BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL
-, the ladies into the annex for refreshments. Deceased.
_ _ Mr. and _Mrs. George :Manassaand First published on: Dec. U, 1958. REPAIRS REMODELING JALOUSIE PORCHES_
There was tea, coffee
of Green Cove 1Z/14 4t 1/4
fruit cake and cookies. The family '
DR. R. S. (BOB) MULLENS welcomes a new patient (left) to Springs, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. I NOTICE TO APPEAR FREE ESmIATES-
\members reminded that the
Finds State Road 100. On operating table (right). were and of Jacksonville Ia Omit Court. Bradford"- Cob- _..
Young Vet his animal hospital on club library Is now two years old, Barkley family Florldai IB Chancery. "

Leo (alrdale belonging-to Sam and Alice McGarvey) has his ears I and dues of $1 ,per year per family and Mr. and Mrs. L D. Lena Bledler Ann Smith.Smith Defendant., Pain tift, vs. Floyd- W. L. THIGPEN JR.

examined as part of routine check-up. I are now payable. They admired Green of Starke were Christmas Case No. 10-1946

Need To Expand I 'i the attractive bulletin board guests of the W. G. Stringfellows. Notice To AppearTo Phone. 297-J Starke Fla.

Dr. Mullina also is called for carrier USS Randolph.He display to entice folks to read Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Seigler and residence: Floyd and Biedler address Smith Is: C/o, whose Mrs. Route 2, Box 245-D

ailing horses, mules and cows. married the former Laurie more. family spent the weekend In J. E. Gale, Jr., Route Number 4, a .

In discussing his patients, he Virginia Izlar, of Ocala, a child Panama City with his mother, Suffolk, Virginia.You .
Animal Hospital The next business meeting are hereby notified nat a ft
said: hood sweetheart. They live In I Mrs. C. E.. Seigler. suit for divorce, care, custody and
will be Tuesday, June 8, while the I control of minor child
"Here we have dogs and cats Starke, where :Mrs. :Mullins next luncheon meeting will be Jan. Mr. and :Mrs. G. O. House had has been filed against you In the

Not to be out done by the mostly though there are quite a teaches the 3rd grade in the elementary as Christmas guests.Mr. and Mrs. above named Court and cause:!!! and See BILLY JACKSONFOR
you are required to serve a of
the few monkeys brought in for school. They have a son, 22.Birthday J.'C._ House, and John House of Jour answer or pleading to copy th
humans in Bradford County Party
: Robin, who is 3. Thomasville, Ga. complaint on the Plaintiff*
animal population also has a fine treatment. Jimmy :McMurtry was guest of Attorney Fred Butler 1309 Bar-
Mulllns born In Macon.Ga. Dr. Mullins said Ills present Friends of Louie WainwrightJr.
Dr. was I nett Bank BundlngJacksonville,
new hospital, o-ynsd and operatedby honor at a birthday party at his TOP SOIL FILL DIRT DISKING
but when in the 2nd grade animal hospital in still growing. will be interested to know 2. Floridaand ,
Veterinarian R. S. (Bob) Mul- home on Friday, Dec. 28, when file the original in the office of %
where he "I'm adding to it all the. time, that he recuperating at home
moved to grew the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
lins located on SR-100 southeastof he was 10 old. The boys en-
years I
He graduated from high 1 he said, "but when I get it finished after spending a week in a Jack. before the And All Type Tractor Work
Starke, just outside of the city up. I' joyed games, including archery, 14th day of January, 1957;
school there, and then put in n' I want to hold an Open House sonville hospital.Mr. otherwise the allegations of said!
with Guests
hitch in the Navy, sv- and invite everyone to come visitus. prizes. V. had Complaint will be taken as confessed PHONE 165
two year : and Mrs. R. Turner
:Martin Eric Re4f earn by
It is.here that dcgs, cats and Johnny you.
lag as quartermaster aboard the aq guests during the holidays This notice shall be published
even monkeys, too, have their ; Herbert Nelson, David Scheaffer, 1r'l once each week for four con erutlvf W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER
operations, X-rays and hospital Stefan and Diane Brokas, and and Mrs. VV. T. Brinson, and- j weeks In the Bradford County Tele.

treatment, ranging finn a full- AALAAAAAAAALLALAAAAAALLALLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL Kyle Murtry, brother of the guestof and Mrs. James Reddish. and'I graph.Dated this 12th day of December, '- 'l
family all of Valdosta Ga. MIsvJ 1956.
scale operation all the way downto I :Mary Ella Turner of JacksonvillelRoy (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 0:..-I-O--._._._,_._._._._._--n---.-.-,_.---ftVO t
bjlng dipped to get rid of fleas. KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Duplicate Brdge Results Clerk of tho Circuit Court.

Dr. llulUns, who received his Winners at the regular Duplicate Turner of Lake Butler, and By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I
_ _
Mrs. Alice Anderson of Starke. 12/14 4t 1/4 FUEL OILFor
DVM from Auburn In '53, came Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127YYVYYTVYYVVVVVVVVVVV.V Bridge Club meeting on Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crews hadas II

to Bradford County in '54 and set Thursday, Dec. 20, were: North NOTICE TO APPEAR I
-------------------------,- weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. IB Circuit Court. Bradford County
up in practice on Weldon Road fTYYYYYTYYYYTYVTYTVVVTY wi V and.m_. South.. ____ hirti__. __ _score._n _. Mrs._ ____ W.p _
John Crews and family of Monti- Florldai In Chancery.
where he remained for a year. Winners AnnouncedThe than in New York City. It is D. Klinepeter and Mrs. Allen I'url.Sheldon.. Plaintiff, vs. Bessie Dependable Keep Full Service Call I

he built his which hard to gather all the news items Graham. Second high score was cello.Mr. W. Sheldon Defendant Ii
Then a year ago Fred Dodd home was and Mrs. J. C. Wallace Case No. 10-1947<< .- i
present animal horpital, which has so !beautifully decorated for the that should be reported, but we held by Mra. John G. :Moore and the with relativesin Notice' To AppearTo

accommodations for 23 small Christmas season,. won first prizein I will proceed with what we feel is Cot W. D. Klinepeter. spent Jacksonville.Miss holidays. residence: Bessie and W.address Sheldon Is:, Jamestown whose L. F. (Monk) DINKINS ,

animals, including 12 outside runs I the Keystone Heights 1956 just "scratching the surface." East and West high score was New York.
: : Wells of Jacksonville
held by :Mrs. Alice Ketchum and Mary' You are hereby notified that a FUEL OIL SERVICEPhone
He has facilities for surgery, X-I Christmas Decoration Contest Firemen Answer was Sunday guest of her I suit for divorce

ray and fluoroscope work. sponsored by the Chamber of Com :Monday afternoon, Dec. 31, :Mrs. Mrs. Geo. Phelpa uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. ha* been filed against You ia the 63 Night 91 J
I :Massa The Club met_again last night, above named Court and cause and
Small animals are brought Into merce. The Dodda featured the I George was burning some C. Wallace. yon are required to serve a 382 Temple Ave. Starke, o
the hospital for treatment, but manger scene and the cross, depicting trarfi when the fire got away fromher and will meet next week on copy of your answer or pleading to !

the beginning and the end and spread to a neighboring Thursday evening, the 10th. Play the complaint en tne. plaintiffs I_

of the life of Christ. They also vacant lot A neighbor sum- begins prompUy at 7:30 p. m. The YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- --

had Christmas carols coming from moned the local firemen but by Club meets in the Woman's Club brook prose-size fountain pens ir -

their home via a record player the time they arrived, everythingwas and all persons interested in serious pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Brad

land loud speaker. fortunately under control. bridge are urged to attend. ford County Telegraph.

The Lon Rushtoa's won second 'The affair was well attended by Personals MODERNIZE YOUR OFFICE EQUIPMENT

neighborhood children and their Mra. Leslie McClellan and family NOTICE TO APPEAR
I place In the homes division. Their I !. Circuit Court. Bradford Coaatr, _
home was decorated in a profusion various dob's.HaeIma"8 of Gainesville spent Christmas' Florida la Chancery. I
...FIGHTS *LI. COLDS Entertain with Mrs. McClellan's mother, Sue M. Landreth Plaintiff V!. ;
of light.and really looked beau- Frank B. Landreth, : _
SYMPTOMS AT ONE TIME... tiful from a great distance. :Mrs. This one seems to AZIC escaped :Mrs. A. H. Ruscher" on LawrenceBlvd. Case Defendant No. .\0-1965 I : You spend most of your waking hours in your _

III LESS TIME! ITS THE several previous issues. On TueSday Notice! To AppearTo .
Aughtry Vance, who won third : Frank B. Landreth, whose office. Why not have it as pleasant and attric-
MEDICINE.FR1GIDAIRE Dec. 18 Dick and Chuck Hamilton, who has a
COLDS evening, -
PROVEN prize, had a tableau of shepherds residence and address is: Unknown.You :

in her front yard with an angel Betsy Hackman entertained their summer home on Lake Geneva, suit fordivorce are hereby notified that a : :\ tive as your home. You will be surprised at the,
the of :Mr. and Mrs.
announcing to them the glad tid friends and neighbors with a pre- was guest and restoration of former

Christmas open house. Their George Schaeffer and childrenfor name increased efficiency that new equipment will
ban been tied against you in ihe
ings.Those who honorable mention home was ,beautIfully decoratedfor supper, Monday eveningMr. above named Court and cause and .
won the season, and they served Hamilton had just, returned you are required to serve a copy of 11 -V bring to your office.

in the home decorations were their guests hot punch and cook- from a tour of all of Western your answer or pleading to the
complaint the PlaintiffsAttorney
THE BEST.KNOWN Rev. Russell Young, George on
iea I Europe, from the Scandinavian peninsula Lloyd Bass, 303 Clark
NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION Massa, and Gladys Tillis. to North Africa. Building, Jacksonville 2, Florida,
Bamfords Have Open House and file the original it. the unite
The Keystone State Bank won Mr.: and Mrs. A. A. Bamford of Mr. and Mrs. George LeBlanc of the Clerk of the Circuit Court OB
RANGES first prize for the places of busi have returned from a visit In or before the EXECUTIVE DESKSSTENOGRAPHER'S
Lake Geneva entertained friendson L
28th day of January, 1957; :
ness. It had a lovely lighted Atlanta with Mr. LeBlanc's rela-
WATER HEATERSAIR New Year's Eve with an in. otherwise the allegations of said
Christmas tree in the window, and Complaint will be taken as con II
CONDITIONERS form! house. Guests who DESKS
open tives.With fessed by you.
Santa and his reindeer floated
WASHERS & DRYERS called during the evening were :Mr. the big meeting of the This notice small be published
the sky above a snow-covered once each week for four consecutive
and :Mrs. N. W. :Mr. Clay Electric just around the I EXECUTIVE CHAIRS
Hardenbergh, weeks In the Bradford County Tele
The office with
landscape. post ,
corner, it is not too early to graph.
and :Mrs. Larry LaMee, Mr. and
Get The Best For Less its toy train and snow-man, was Mrs. start thinking and planning for Dated this 21 day of December,
Sam : ,
Sawyer Mr. and {
1958. _
chosen second place, and S. E.McKay's that
AtSmith's Larry McLaughlin, :Mr. and Mrs. day which comes once a tu 'J1'ICIAL SEAL) Charles Al Darby
window, looking like a Leman Ward year. Members of the PTA will Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Christmas Card, won third place. Harry Lloyd. and By arIan L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
be asked
to donate pies and cakesto
Mrs. Olive Stevens. 12/28 4t illS
Game Huntley Redfearn's Western Auto New Years Eve Party the ,dessert booth so please Prices on Steel Filing Cabinets __ _
Store won fourth place for the write it down NOTICE TO APPEAR
The strains of Auld Lang Syne someplace and In Circuit Court Bradford County, \
business All the ,
places. prize don't forget it. Florida I,. ChMoery.
echoed and
winners in the business division up Peach Streeton Alice Bernard, Plaintiff, vs. 'Wil
Sales and ServiceWe had windows decorated by local the stroke of 12, New Year'sEve We are glad to have among us liam F. Bernard, DefendanLI 4 Drawer 4 Drawer _

Service All Makes of from the home of :Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Garnar, who S Case No. 10-1966 .
Electrical Appliances artist Don Morgan. I Mrs. Eugene Whittle, as their come to this area from Lakeland,!I Notice To: 'Willlan.T. Appear F. Bernara. whose- Letter Size Legal Size _______

606 N. Temple Ave. We can't deny that Keystone guests joined in a song of good! and who are living in their hand. .residence and address is: Bassett,
Heights is a small town, but some (we hear) trailer at Lake Virginia.
PHONE 120 fellowship, accompanied on the You are hereby notified that a suit .
proportionately speaking there is accordian by Ken Platt. It wasa Geneva Trailer' Park. :Mr. Gar- for divorce, care custody and control $46,50 $54.95

[more going on here, per capita New Year's Eve party given by ner is employed at Humphreys has been of tiled minor against children you 11'the -

-- Mr. and Mrs. Whittle and :Mr. and Gola Corp. above named Court and cause and Plus Tax Plus Tax: _
... Mrs. Dick Sunderland Another semi-newcomer in our,;you are required to serve a copy of __ _
jointly, at I yoiir _answer or pleading to the
1 _ _ _
the Whittle home. The hosts and midst la Millie Muhlhofer. Of ocmplaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney I I
course, Wally, her husband Is Lloyd Pass, 302 Clark Building
hostesses had taken great pains to Jacksonville 2, Florida. I
decorate the home appropriatelywith almost a landmark In Keystone, and file the original la the officd
but it Is just lately that he and of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
crepe paper ribbons, a huge or before the 2S day of January, Full
bell suspended from the ceiling, a Millie moved to Keystone from ,957; otherwise the allegations of Size Smith Corona 1

lighted Christmas tree, etc. The i Starke. They are living in their ,;confessed said Complaint by you.will be taken '.as

refreshment table was attractively own house on Lakeview Drive. This notice shall be published
Wally Is Keystone's law-en- once each week for four consecutive
and the new
arranged, WhitUe'sFlorida
weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
room had been cleared of forcement officer. Badga 716. graph. Pacemaker Typewnier,0llly$169.67

furniture for dancing. Highlight:I (Jack Haberstroh claims 715).\ 956.Dated this 21 day of December, .' ,
of the evening was a number of' :\rrs. Amanda Sprowl from Official Seal) Charles A. Darby iu11 .

elections Ken Platt Mount Holly, N. J. is the guestof Clerk of.the Circuit Court
played by on Marian L. $ :
her son-in-law By Crosby, Der"zty-Clerk $ lEEetes I IS
his accordion. and daughter, 12/28 4t 1/li
Mr. and Mrs. Kyle McMurtry and 1 work
Party guests included: Mr. and I NOTICE TO APPEAR office

Mrs. Bill Siprelle, Mj. and :Mrs. children. She will be here for I. Clrcnlt Court Bradford Craaty. Plus Tax f

Bill Morgan, Mr. and :Mrs. George some time to assist her daughter FtorlUnr !. Chancery.Phyllis .
Hansen. Plaintiff, vs. Elmer
LeBlanc, Mr. and :Mrs. George in her daily chores until J. Hansen, Defendant. Terms Arranged

Schaeffer, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert she I is feeling fine again. Mrs. Mc .Case No. 10-1951
I -- Nettee! To AppearsTo .
Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hether- i Murtry was recently in the hospital ; Elmer J. Hansen, whose residence p.I "

:;;; !- ington, :Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hack- but Is doing very well now. is Pound Ridge, New York,
and whose address Is: R. F. D. 2,
man, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cannon, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bean, of Pound Ridge, New York.

RCA Victor Adair.Budget priced TV, Mr. and Mrs. Ken.Platt, Mr. and leadvffle, Pa., and their children, You are 'hereby notified that a

r' with sensational new "Living Image" Mrs. Clint Denny, Mr. and Mrs. Debbie and Ronnie, have been I I suit for of minor divorce children, custody and control Remington Rand "Topflight"

picture.; Full 261 sq. In. of viewable Everett Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Tom house guests of Mr. and_Mra. Alec bas been flied agaisst you in the

w'- : area. "High-Sharp-and-Easy" tuningcontrols Garnar, Mr. and Mrs Carl Fend- Srokas and children: for several above yOU are.named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of I

located high on the side of the rick, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bolton, and days. The Beans returned to your answer or pleading to tne complaint

Cabinet let you tune standing up i i. Mr. and Mrs. Orren Brannan. Meadvffle this week, after makinga T. Frank on the Landrum Plaintiffs, Starke Attorney, Florida I I Adding $116.99$

J r gives you needle-sharp tuning accuracy. Birthday Weiner Roast 3-week tour of Florida. and file the original in the office of 1

:_ Balanced Fidelity Sound. Three rich Saturday, Dec. 22, Billy (Butch) We are glad to roe Mrs. Emery tile before Clerk the of the Circuit Court ODor AND UP

finishes: ebony finish; maroon or limed Cannon entertained his friends (Bee) Cooper up and. out again 21st day of January, 1957
Otherwise the I
allegations of said
21T7112 1c- rQined finishes! cxtra._ Apajel with a birthday weiner roast in after a bad siege of sickness. Complaint will be taken as confess'e '

his Iback yard. Butch was six .Mrs. Frank Jones Is back in, This by: yon.notice shall Terms To Suit Your ConvenienceS
be publishedonce
years old on Dec. 26, so the partywas school with her primary class aft- eiicn week for four oonsecutiv *

$199.95 just a bit eajly. Guests Included er being in Alachua County Hospital weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph I lll

-- Stevie and Betsy Fendrick, several days prior to Christ- Dated this 12th day of December,
Donald and Dianne mas. 19 St. II
Bgen, Jimmy OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. '
Denny, Dotty Hardenbergh, Gloria I Misses Fern and Ruth Marie Clerk of the Circuit Darb CourtBy 11

Brannen Moore, instructors in the Oppor- Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
and Bruce Sunderland. 12/21 4t 1/11 %WE RENT Typewriters and Adding Mackes
TV ServiceAll Hardenbergh Sisters Entertain tunity School at West Columbia, I NOTICE TO APPEAR

Saturday, Dec. 29, Dee Dee and S. C., spent last weekend with IB Florldat Circuit IB Court.Chaacrry.Bradford Ccuty

Dottle Hardenbergh entertainedtheir Miss Cleva Carson- who lives on Horace Benjamin Mixon Plaintiff

friends with a weiner roast Lake Geneva.ATEFA vs. Addle Lee Mixon. Defendant ,
Case No.
at their home. Guests arrived \ntlre! T- appear 10-1951. Your needs
T.TT..WWWwwwwwwwwwwwwww. Let Us Know Office Equipment
shout 10:30 in time to be .assignedto - w w w w w w To: Addle Lee Mlion, whose reel-
dence Is Hampton. South Carolina. I
Guaranteed Free Estimate
Work teams for a scavenger hunt. and whose address is: Rt. 1. Hampton.

Fully Equipped Dependable. Team Captains were Dottle Hard Sooth are Carolina.You n.r-oy .notiTTea that a If we don't have it in stock we'll get it!

enbergh, and Carolyn Jean MOOdy. suit for divorce -

All Makes and Models Carolyn Jean's team were the winners By Janet !Turner has been filed against you in the
above named Court and causeana
but there were prizes for Phone 1353LAAAAALLAAALAAAAAAAAAAAA J8U are required to serve a copy of

all. Guests included Deanna Lee, your answer or pleading to the complaint -
a n the P>a'"tlfr" .Attnw..
CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV Carolyn Jean Moody :Mary Ann Alfred C. Scott 301 Smith Build Bradford County TelegraphPHONE

Schaeffer, Dianne Brokas Elaine Mr. and Mrs. R V.I Turner and ing. Jacksonville 2, Florida
and file tit! original in.rt office of
Radio Seat Covers Upholstering Brewer and Sylvia Dodd. family had as guests last FridayMr. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or

Phone 239 Starke, Fla. Entertain New Years Eve and' Mrs. C. 'E. Burton of before ithtrwlec the the 21 day allegations of January of,_1957 said; 29 STARKE, FLORIDA

The Alec Brokas home on Law- Atlanta, Ga. TUB Turners, the Complaint will-be taken as confessed II '

rence Blvd. was the scene of NewYear's Burton and Mrs. Alice Anderson by.you.. -- -' II -
This notice shall be published ._ _____
Eve festivities, also. Guests of Starke also attended the Gator once each week for tour ceasecaUve- -- .


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Church Methodist Church

FridayAdult Choir practice, Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Morn- With Every Purchase

8 p. m.Sunday. ing Worship, 11 a.m. Sermon,

School 9:45: ajn. Morning "The Development of Jesus." s.R YIr
Worship, "How to Be Immortal Everyone invited to this and all 'S '

," 7:30: p. ra. of. the activities of our church. Quantity Rights Reserved

WednesdayPrayer Meeting, 7 This Is Communion Sunday. A
special offering will be received
p. m. Circle 1 of the Women of !
at the altar and in the special
the Church. Mrs. Lester Crews
offering envelopes furnished to ; w x

hostess, 8 p. m. be sent to the Methodist Com- .

ThursdayJunior Choir practice. munion on Overseas Relief. This

3:30 p. m. Circle 2 of the will be directed toward aidingthe -' -

Women of the Church, Mrs. Carl, Hungarian people in their STUFFING SAUSAGES is a Heilbronn Springs section. Butchered farm families are butchering and

Kirtsinger hostess. ,7:30: p. m. desperate plight. I familiar scene on Bradford that morning, the meat had putting away meat in their

1 Circle 3. Mrs. R. G. Paterson MYF Recreation Time, Sun- County farms at this season of been ground and a prepared freezers, or hanging it up'for
hostess, 8 m. added to it before savory curing ,In the old-fashion
i p. day, 5:45: p.m. Dine-A-Mite for the year. Above photos were tak- seasoning
the Intermediates and Seniors, en at the farm of Mr. and Mrs stuffing into the casings. ed rmoke house.

At The TabernacleThe 6:15. Worship program for MYF, W. C. Clemons Jr. in the :Many other Bradford CountyLAWTEY I

i 6:45 p.m.Evening. AIR PARK ,....................... and the Charles Dinkins family of
Toccoa Falls Institute Worship, 7:30: p.m. Starke. ,
I .
Group of 36 members fulfilled al The motion picture, "The Living BAPTIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tanner's
expectations in the School 9:45 Morning
program given Word in Japan" will be shown. Sunday a.m. weekend guests were Mr. and Mrs.

Saturday evening at the Gospel This is a 16 mm color fOm, Worship services 11 a.m Henry Tanner and Mr. and Mrs
Tabernacle. Training Union 6:45 Eve- Bin. Joyce T. Futrb
The thrilling climax p.m. Aj
produced by the American Bible Marion Tucker of Jacksonville.
' of meeting, a call by the director, ning service 8 p.m. Come and
You thoroughly
Made Prevatt and granddaughters -
Dr. Mark Klinepeter, to the worship with} us
for enjoy the story of what the Bible :...nic who attends of Jacksonville and Lynch-

secrated young people walk, left a a more deep con im- Society baa done and is doing in GRAHAMBAPTIST Middle Georgia College, Cochran,.bOlO, N. C. visited Mrs. Senie

pression upon the splendid con- Japan. Everyone is Invited to CHURCH Ga., visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Prevatt and Mr. and Mrs. John

worship. and son, Tom Jr., inNash-, Brown on Saturday.
gregation. Among those presentwere Sunday school 10 a. m. Morn- Bary
12 ministers nine former ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training ville, Tenn. last weekend. He, },fr. and Mrs. Jim McMillan

students of T. PJ. and groups I St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. Union 6:30 p. m. Evening Wor- with the Barys, came to the homeof newlyweds of Wilmington, N. C. ..

from Palatka, Gainesville, and Raymond G. MacBlaln ship. 7:30 p. m.Rev.. W. O Mrs. Selma Eunice on Mondayto and Mr. McMillan's mother, Mrs.
Lake Butler. The T. F. I. students Collins, Sr., pastor.WOODLAWN spend the holidays. They and Doris Burney Murphy of Jacksonville Formerly LOVETT'S
were entertained at the 301 Restaurant Services at St. Mark's Episcopal Mrs. Eunice spent Sunday with spent Saturday with their --
Church will be as follows: Mrs. Joe Lane and family Mrs. Ann I
I for dinner by the Tabernacle MISSIONARY Mr. and grandmother, Georgia
members while various in- Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church 'I BAPTIST CHURCH .in Deland. Sapp. Will Burney of Starke vis-

dividuals entertained groups in School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. 10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Brad norton and ited Mrs. Sapp on Sunday.. Prices Good Thru Sat., Jan. 5th

M' hotels, motels and in their homes Morning Prayer and.Sermon; 6:30 preaching. 6:15 BTU 6:43: prayer family and Mrs. Mary Locke L. C. Gasque was m aroxton,
Y. P. S. L.
overnight. The Sunday services p.m. service, 7 o'clock song services. visited Mrs. Mattie Dowell at Ga. last week for a visit with his
I were under the direction of the Wednesday: 7Ser pjn Litany Rocking Chair Rest Home in mother, ,Mrs. Carrie Gasque, and ASTOR VAC PAK .
Sponsor assisted by Mr. Sacher. and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir Gainesville on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Fletcher. He

Special music was rendered suit- Practice. I HEILBRONN Recent ArrivalsMr. reports that Grandmother Gasqueis

able to the closing of the year'sservices. Holy Communion: 1st sundaY'j BAPTIST; CHURCH and Mrs.Frank Lyles of verytwell.Deepest .
11 a. m. 3rd Sunday, :
; Fort Worth Texas announce the extendedto
Sunday School 10 ajn. Preach-
everyone. ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30 arrival of a son, Jesse Linas, on the relatives of the late Mrs.
St. Edward's Church CHURCH OK CHRIST Meeting Wednesday 7:30 pjn. Dec. 8, in Fort Worth. Mr., and Perry Davis. Coffee lB 69CLimit
I Rev. F. B. Beard Mrs. Lyles had an apartment at The Frank Cruce family had
C. L. Overturf Jr.. Minister pastor.
Sunday Mass at 9:13 a. m. I
the Joyce Futch home last year. as guests last week Mr. and Mrs.
I Holy day masses! <6:30<5: a. m. and Sunday -- Bible Study< 10 a. m. Mrs. Lyles taught the Opportunity Marvin Cruce of Camp Gordon I
8:30 Morning Worship 11 a. m. Eve- IIEILBRONN MISSIONARY
a. m.Children's
Class in our SchoqI. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlton
Catechism Clas& each 'ning Worship 7:30 p. m. BAPTIST CHURCH Lyles received his Master's Degree -and son of Jacksonville. Quincy I
Wednesday at 3:15: p. m. Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 Sunday, School. 10 a. m. Morning from the University of Florida Cruce went home with the Mar-
One With More Food Order
Keystone Heights [p. m. Worship. 11 a. m. Evening $5.00 or
in June. vin Cruces for a visit.
Radio program "Old Paths" Worship, 7:30: m. Training
(At St. William's Chapel) p.
Mr. and Mrs. Obed Pauley are Little Miss Dianna Thomas spent
(Follow Hiway 21 south to 8t.William's each Sunday 9 a. m. Station Union (Sundays) 6:30 p.'In. MidWeek -
of ,
the proud parents a daughterborn from Wednesday until Sunday in I
WDVH. Prayer Meeting, Wednesdays -
Sign.) Saturday, Dec. 29, in Brad- Macclenny with her grandmother,
Sunday Mass 8 a. m. 7:30 p. m. Rev. S. F. .
ford County Hospital.Mr. Mrs. Sally Green.
CHURCH OF CHRIST Beard, pastor.
Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. and Mrs. Tom Casey I Mr. and Mrs. Josie Starling had HUNT'S RICH RED TOMATOCatsup
Confessions 6S5 MacMahan StC.
before all Masses. brought their daughter, Mary Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
L. Oerturf Jr., IinlsterSund9.Y EVERGREEN as guests
Bible Study 10 a.m. BAPTIST CHURCH I I Kathryn home from the hospitalon J. E. Starling and Mr. and Mrs.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH I Mr. is assistant Groves of Mr.
Sunday. Casey Sanka Macclenny,
Rev. J. B. Sherwood, Pastor Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach-
principal of Bradford High School. and Mrs. Charles Starling and 35c
Bible School 9:45 Morning Worship 6:30: p.m. ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. 14-Oz .
: a. m.
; Mrs. Lulu Dority and F. A. daughter of Highland, and Mr. f 2
Wednesday Bible study 7:30 m. Preaching 7:3 m. Prayer
11 p.
Worship, a. m. Youth ,
have spent the last two weeksat and Mrs. James Starling of Starke.
Church, 6:30 pjn. Meeting Wednesday 7:30 Bo
All m. -
invited p. m. young p. Jacksonville Beach with their Misa Jackie Harley of Jackson- sHUNT'S

people SEVENTH DAY HAMPTON daughter and sister, Mrs. Milton ville Is spending the New Year

ADVENTIST CHURCH I CHRISTIAN CHURCH Jenkins and family while Mr. holidays with her parents, Mr.
I BAPTIST CHURCH Services 'each Sabbath In the Christian Endeavor, Friday, 7:30p. Jenkins was in the hospital. and Mrs. H. C. Harley.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bradley and and Mrs. Jesse Smith spent
N. m. Bible
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- home of S. Brown across from Study, Wednesday,
ing WorshIp*11 a. m. Training Bethel Baptist Church east"of 7j80 p.m...Sunday Morning Worship -Mr. and Mrs., Willie Griffis' were the holidays' with their,son R. Land
Christmas : of 'family In Savannah, Ga.
Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening Wor- Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m. 11 a. m. Evening Worship,' Day dinner guests
7:30 p. m. Bible School, 10 Mr. and Mrs. Les Prevatt and The Herbert Nettles family of
shIp 7:30 m. Prayer Meeting Bible Study each Wednesday, a. m.
p. at the State Farm. New visited the Ed SLICED OR HALVES
W. M. Jones, Minister family Smyrna Mays
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone 7:30 p. m.Arden Mote, pastor.
with us. Sunday guests of Mrs.: Mary recently.Mrs. .
welcome. E. C.
Harvey. pastor. ,
NEW RIVER Reddish and Mrs. Frances ,Hef- W. H. Bennett and family

HIGHWAY CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST I feron were Mrs. Jimmy Brown of Warner Robbing spent last I
Godwin and daughter of the week with Mr. and Mrs. Preston
Sunday school, 10 a. m.: Church Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor- LATTER DAY SAINTS
state Farm, and Mrs. Eve God- Green.
services, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic ship Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Service Services each Sunday in old PeachesC
win of Starke. Recent patients in the hospitalsin
services, 7:30 p. m.; Thursday, 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Masonic Hall on R Call St. Sunday '
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston andJ. Starke were Mrs. L. P. Rafuse
young people's meeting; 7:30: > p Wednesday, 7-:30 p. m. Everyone School 11'a.\ m. Sacrament
B. business Mrs. Wilkinson and Mrs.:
were visitorsto Edgar
m. welcome.L.. L. Parker, pastor. i Service 6:30( p. m. Everyone wel
come. Jacksonville on Saturday. Joyce Futch.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Whitehead Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons,
and daughters were Sunday and son .of Gainesville, were Sun-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Parker day guests of the E. W. Wilkinns. II
. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- McKinney of Jacksonville.Mr. &, Mrs. Simmons remainedover

ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday and :Mrs. John Alford of for a longer visit.
Evening Service. 7:45: p. m. YPE Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Durham of
FLA. spent Sunday with
Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. Mrs. E. M.- Futch and Floyd. Jacksonville visited Miss Eliza- Florida or Georgia Grade "A" Drawn and DressedFRYERS

Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45: : p. m. Recent guests of the Fred beth Terry on New Year's Day.

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor LAWirr Moore family were Jeanie and 'Guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W.

Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- Freddy and Miss Rachel Boyerof Roberts during the holidays were
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town ing Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Serv- J Jacksonville. and Mrs. S. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox and

Phones Office 234 -Pastorium 130 ice Saturday, 7:30 p. m. D. Andrews and daughter of Wild- son of Starke and Mr. and Mrs.
r '
wood, and Rev. E. D. Boyer of George Roberts and son of Gaines-
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. MISSIONARY BAPTIST Tampa. I ville.
Earnest Wells returned to Mo-
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. :- Training Union 6:45 P.M. Sunday School 9:45 ajn. Morning bile Tuesday after spending several BETHEL! !

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. Worship 11 ajn. EvetJng days with his mother, Mrs. {: BAPTIST CHURCH
Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Mae Wells. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach. Whole Mb. 33CSwift's

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every Spurgeon Massey spent last ing services 11 a., m. and 8 p. m.
one welcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott, week in Naples with his grand Song serrice 7:30 p. m.- Rev.
i 11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday. pastor. mother 'Mrs. L. B. Hogue. Rev. R. L. Ie. pastor. I -

and Mrs. Wilkinson of Cavalry I
J r Baptist Church, Tampa were Fri FOR DEPENDABLETermite I Premium Grade "A" Dressed and Drawn Quick Frozen
day evening guests of 'Rev. Mas-

sey and family. Stuffed Ready to Bake lb.

PIECELIVING born I The Saturday Owen Dixons morning have in Starke.a son Control TURKEYS S 5ge

Mr. Dixon'was the former>arberin 9 Household ft Commercial

Lawtey.Mr. Pert Control .
and -Mrs. J. B. Dye of GEORGIA

:ROOM 1 Fort, Lauderdale visited the and A. M KingsleyLake Blan- Grove CaD Spraying FB. 6-6035 LB
chards last Saturday. SMOKED SLAB HAM

GROUP Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders and Florida Pest Control
Billy were Christmas dinner
guests of the Johnny Jenkins family '& Chemical Co.

1-Coffee Table Jacksonville. They*.visitedMr.
and Mrs James ,Hogan'tad '24 N. W.'16tk Ave RED RIPE

2-Sofa Pillows $ 'g' 5' Mr. and Mrs. Griffin Hodgea in -Gabucvule, florid

2-End -Tables Man's Best Friend! the afternoon. t
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hicks left

2-Table Lamps Saturday. Dec. 22, ,for ,a visit Tomatoes LB 15tALL
YOU'LL be the fellow'in the with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wolfe-and

3-Piece Sectional } doghouse if fire or other disaster -family 'iii Wilmington. DeL Mr. Wash Your Clothes
Hicks visited his sons In Chicago.
Sofa catches you without dependable .
They 'enjoyed a sighseeing
up-to-date insur- of Washington. D. C. on their'turn re t Pwmds

ance. trip.Danny. :
I Waters spent the week- 'For40c! *
Better call on this Hartford
, end With his grandparents, 'Mr. PURPOSE
I Agency today. When disaster -and Mrs. Buford Higginbotham ,FREE Bleach If Desired! '

I, 'strikes 'a man's best in Maxville. .Mrs. Waters, J.-s. 5LbBan55c
friend is his Insurance Agent: and Wilbert Waters, went Tor

Danny on Sunday and they all We Win

"il '' visited Mrs.:Bessie Adams at Doc-
..c. '. tors Inlet In the afternoon. Dry Your Clothes'For FRESH CRISP
-n.. Edmond AUinder, of Annlstor,

o yt Ala., 'nephew of Tklr. and Mrs. 20c Lb Cello-Packages
t .% 457 .N, Hubert Priest and Miss Ruth Or- CARROTS 2 1ge
I vin of,-J'ackaonvDIe.1s'ited the I* New Automate'Orient,

Priests 'on Christmas day. The ,
H. C. M Agency Ernest Williams 'family of 'LakeCity' '

were Sunday guests of the SUPERBRAND COLOR

Phone 146 Priest Mr. and Mrs P. L. Dinldns had The Washeteria Lb Quarters
200 E. Call .Street as Christmas'gaeats'Mr-'and Mrs.

Horace Cox and Miss Add Din- rempto ATA. Btarkt
Starke Fla. kins of Jacksonville Mr.-and Mrs.

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tlrillrHAMPTON To Speak Saturday For Walter Wagner'

For At;Football Dinner Funeral services'for Walter Lee
ContemptContinued Chamber of Commerce
Or Sirs. D. E. mil By; Ozora J. SheD

groups will meet Monday, Jan. 7, Head Coach Tom Nugentof Wagner 79, were held at 2 p.m. My Sin. tary Norma.jiIAAAAAAAAALAAZ4AAAAAIAAA
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ShowerIlonors ics, Mrs. Marian Howe, Chambermanagersecretary guest speaker at the annual football Please Rev. A. Vinson pastor, attendedthe Crosby Lake Cemetery with the
Bier's of witness Mr. and Mrs.: W. C.
questioning a this week.' Rev. Lewis D. Haines officiating. Hardee and
Mrs. Slade said banquet to be given by Dr. I The late Rev. Lattimore'was Union of the Ministers and
when Siemer was trying to pursue The Board of Directors will | I Moderator of the Jerusalem Mr. Wagner died at his home children spent the, holidays with
C. J. in the school Missionary Deacons
Houpt high at Trenton. A fine
his his in Mrs: Vernon slade and ne.w serI ,Oscar Vanzants in
reasons for part in ,the Chamber office at I in Starke last Thursday night Callahan.
meet _
cafeteria at 7:30 Baptist Association vice
Saturday night was
atI On
baby daughterMarcia: were honored reported. Monday
'the episode. last. Friday afternoon witha 1:15 to discuss plans for the 1957 f o'clock. the' time of his death and not I night combined Watch Meeting following a': heart attack. There Mr. and Mrs. Stevens of Tampa

"You apparently have overlooked drive and the exhibitat were no survivors.A spent Christmas'Eve here with
shower at the home of her par- membership : All members of the A and, B the Mt. Sinla. Services_ were was held at the church. Participating Miss Maggie Crews
entirely the substance of the Florida State Fair In Tam held In Alachua native of Missouri, he was and they
ents-in-law Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Tornado squads, who finished, the that were sad ministers and
congregations \ r were all dinner guests of
the charges, the judge said."We're Jan. 29 to Feb. 9. and [ a member of the'Baptist Church. the Oscar
pa impressive. He leaves to
with Slade. Following games and open i season in good, standing, wfli beguests were: Allen Chapel A.MERev. Vanzants at Callahan) on Christ-
not concerned motIves DeWitt
C. Jones Funeral Home
Division !
The Merchants' 'Eachplayer' mourn his loss a host of relatives
ing of gifts, refreshments of on this occasion., R. J. Washington pastor;
but only with the question: was in charge, of arran ments.
at 2:30: In the courtroom and friends of all denomina- mas.Mrs.
cake and coffee were served to IF meet is' also asked ,to bring Mt Moriah Methodist Rev. Strip-
Did conduct tend to influ- Janie Marc
your I > and closing Knightso:- Of
I guests by Mrs. J. W. Home and to decide on the opening 'his father as a guest tions and races. ling'pastor; and New Bethel Baptist
ence Mrs. Dowling to drop the for businesses for the New Road Patrolman Charlotte, N. C. returned home
Mrs. L.. P. Bradley. dates : Coach' Lennard Register an Laid to Rest Rev. Vinson pastor. The
in : after
charges? If so you are ,con- and to elect a chair- Friday spending holidays
Other visitors Friday at the coming year nounc d'that All Conference Mrs. Mary Johnson of Lawtey first serm n was very inspiring
of court.
tempt the Merchants' Division A new member of the Florida
Sades! Included Mr. and Mrs man "Awards,,.Attendance Awards, and died recently at her residence and delivered by Rev. R. J. Wash- here.Mr.
The judge pointed out that the Mrs. Howe said. : Highway Patrol, James R. 'Gamble and ,Mrs. R. E. Sapp and
Free Hall of Gainesville and : trophies 'to outstanding players She was born in Lawtey and had ington. After a brief Intermission
ease against Adams was 'brought "We want every business to be has been assigned to this children of Green Cove were
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ,.F qua of : will be presented following the lived there all her life.. She wasa the second service. started at 11 supper
by the state and not by Mrs. represented at this meeting, she general 1 area, effective this past guests on Christmas of the _
Starke. Mr. and Mrs.. Vernon i banquet member with devotions led
of Dea-
I Philadelphia Baptist p.m. by I
Circumvent will weekend.A .
Dowling and any attempt to said "so that no controversy Lacey Normans.Mr. .
Slade and daughterreturned tr r I Church and served on Ward con W. Green and Bro. Cuffle.I .
the operations of the develop about the business recent graduate of the FlIP and Mrs. Charles
law their home in Lynne Saturday Rotations Hear Four as a Deaconess of Board 1 I The, final sermon was preachedby Mosley of
was contempt. hours. schoolPatrolman Gamble will Jacksonville were holiday
Chastain Marks No. 1. She also Rev. guestsof
Tommy was a member ,Stripling. At midnightthe
"Your actions were apparently serve one year, before reachingthe the L. M. Normans.
and Mr. of the Grand Union of PallBearers bell was tolled and the
II Sixth Birthday and family Officials Discuss' .
iMatchett rank
based on a dislike and dissatisfaction of trooper. He will
Mr. and .Mrs.:
Wadsworth were Society of church was in total darknessfor ( Floyd Norpianspent
G. P. secretary _
Tommy Chastain son or Mr I and Mrs. be stationed In '
for the court, Judge Yawn I Keystone Heights
; J. H. and the first division,of five minutes. ,After 'the the weekend in Glen St
Mrs. _Day the Union mid-
Chastain Mr. r
and Mrs. Carlton was I For
: the several weeks
said. "If you don't like our laws Health Problems past he I
I Morrow of, Plant ('f Jerusalem Baptist Association nieht cries Wg Mary Mrs. Norman'sparents
don't get out on a limb with.contempt a honored with a birthday partyFriday Mrs. Enzie a was led by has been "broken in" by Trooper i
left Sunday after .a and President of the' Home MIssion Miss E. V. Singleton and the the E. C. Harveys.
citation." He admonishedSiemer L afternoon, Dec. 28. Re City, 9 Carlos Musgrove: j

to follow legal proceduresif I freshments were served, after week spent here. Mr. and Mrs An 'interesting discussion of Society. Huff Funeral Homeof experience and testimony meeting Mr and Mrs. Vernon Starting

he wanted to help somebodyin games and opening of gift, tc Jackson Morrow and children of health problems,"especially among 'Jacksonville was in charge was held. Almost a, capacity and children of Heilbronn and Mr.

trouble.! 12 present for the party. Clinchfield, Ga.:, spent Friday' children between the ages of Mrs. Whitley was a faithful church was in attendance. Joan Youth Rally and Mrs. Vernon Griffis and babyof

and Saturday with the Matchetts one year and five, was given at member.of the church and will Jenkins, reporter. Jacksonville were Christmas
Lottie Moon
i and Sunday visitors were Mr. the Rotary Club Wednesday by be greatly missed _by all the Bethlehem Freewill A youth rally will be held at: dinner guests of the Albert Nor-
Birth Certificate WSIU Program I I and Mrs. Pete Gray and children Miss Elizabeth Reed, director of members and friends of the com Church Rev. L. McKay the Pine Level Baptist Church mans.
The life story of Lottie Moon, Friday at 7:30:
of Health Informa-
the Division
of Plant City. munity. She leaves to mourn her held watch night services Mrs. Alice Austin and sons of

Not Needed For and the ,history missions of the Lottie Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams Health. she "wasassisted in the loss a host of other sorrowing with Rev Crum of combined Calvary The Rev. Walter Svoda. evan Daytona were holiday guests of
Moon foreign offeringwas
discussion by Dr. E. L. Fleming gelist and missionary of Asheville -
and family of Hampton and L relatives and friends. Baptist Church friennds and relatives here.
program topic for the December also' of the Bureau of Informa: I and others. N. C., will show the Zion
Old-Age BenefitsA meeting of Hamptor David Yonker of Jacksonville Rev. and Mrs. Damon Dell and The sermons were inspiring andthe Mrs. Buster Bennett and son of
of! tion, Jacksonville off!Lce. Play in sound and color
were Christmas dinner guests children visited parents in .Adel. I Ft. Lauderdale attended church
Baptist WMU af the home of spirit was high throughout. depicting the trials of Jesus and I
Miss Reed said that for the
Mrs. J. W. Home last Friday I I Mr. ana Mrs. William Fowler I. Ga. during' the holidays. I t! Sunday services will be held at the story ot the crucifixion. He [here Sunday.Mrs. .

delayed birth certificate is evening. and children. On Christmas visited evrMr. is first year intensive after birth care the and infant medi I Elmer 'and Ozora Shell and Mcanopy.! In Starke, Sunday, will also show his color ,film of Hazel Griffis, Ruth Marr.
'Williams given
not necessary for older personsto After the program and business and Mrs. I the child WiUetta Betty visited their mo- school will be held at 10 a.m. the Holy Land, showing Jerusalem and O. L. Norman visited Mrs.

establish age' in order to receive meeting, refreshments were with her sister, Mrs. Nona Mann cal'attention. But after to ther and other relatives In Atlanta All scholars and visitors are! Garden of Gethsemane, Got David Kirkland in Jacksonvillelast
of becomes large enough get
federal old-age and survivors served to members and guests. in Brooker. Frank overnight t I. around by itself, imtil it starts I Ga. during the Christmas asked to attend for the first Sunday gotha and the Tomb of Christ. Friday.

insurance benefits L. G> Mrs. Home and Mrs. Betty Dade City was an vacation. They report very brisk School Lesson in
May the Williamses on to school, 'parents more or, less I 1957.' The Rev. W. E. Hall, pastor, Don't forget church and Sun
McDowall, manager of the were hostesses for the meetingMr. visitor with take its health for granted, the windy weather in the Gate Cityof Gladys Blye, reporter. extends an invitation to the pub. day School next Sunday. Come

,Gainesville social security office, and Mrs. Wednesday nightMrs. the South. I
Bert Hinson Jr.
out and
Allen with
speaker said. Statistics show, Chapel A3I.E.: Church. worship us.
announces. Many people who attain of Panama City were guests o* Marvin Faile and daughters Robert and Annie Jane Del) Rev. R. J. Washington
however, that more pastor, will lic.Fire
age 65 40 not contract thq his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert left Saturday with her parents many childI visited friends in the Palm Beach hold regular services 'V.
ren are stricken by I Sunday startIng Runs T. u.
social wcurity office to file a Hinson, in Hampton for the Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Toles I area during the holidays and I with Sunday School
this than in the SuptIrene
period years
claim for benefits because they for week's visit with them ir snend a few hours' "TOTAL
Christmas holidays.] All! were a after they enter school. with Maude Thomas in charge. Love; Two runs were made Sunday ABSTINENCE IS THE

have no birth certificate.Mr. Christmas dinner guests of Mr Rome, Ga. The Toles had spentseveral Miss, Reed and Dr. Fleming I Magee who Is a faithful mem- Feast, will be held 'at 11' ajn. by' the Starke 'Fire D parb 1ent. I ONE' SAFE RULE'1lEN'

McDowall explained that and Mrs. Arthur Gaskins lr days here with the Failer her of their church, Mt Moriah 'j while Mra N. L. PuHum will have The firemen were called out at DEALING WITH ALCOHOL"NATIONAL
I recommended that
any person who believes he Is Heilbronn. last week. Other holiday visit, parents pay r: She plans to return home Feb. 15 charge of the music and choir all <4:30< to extinguish a grass fire ( VOICE.)
closer attention to the health
eligible for benefits should come Miss Marcelene Prevail era at the Faile, home included othet. for several months vacation an1 day. At 7 pjn. evening worship in northwest Starke.
children between the
to the office as soon as he reaches daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Faile and ages resume active ,duties In the will be held, sermon by the pastor. The Notice is hereby given that on
department called out
of and five. was
65 in order to find out about his Prevatt, left last week for her children of Lancaster, S. C., and one church, she is employed by retired Holy Communion will be admin the 14th day of January. 1957, at
The introducedby again about 7:30 to residenceon 12:00 ,
and speakers'were a noon the undersigned
Culler Sheriffof
under the law. In some home in Mr. Admiral
rights Washington, D. C. aftera McDonnell of the istered. Bradford County.
Florida will
Trawick who had Colley road. The blaze, which
Jack ,
cases a' person may lose benefits two-week visit here with her son of High Point, N. C. USN. I sell for cash to the highest and
charge of the program. Rev. A. Vinson will conduct t had started from an electric best bidder the following described
by waiting more than 12 months parents.Mr. Miss Nell Williams visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson
Baptism at the church on Sundayat wire, was out before the firemenarri.ed motor vehicle:
after he attains age 65. and Mrs. R. C. Gray Sr Thursday and Friday in Orlando of Hawthorne Mrs. Blanche 11 ajn. He will be assisted toy and no damage was re 1942 Pulck Coupe. Motor No. 4531-

The Social Security Administration -'I of Tampa visited in Hamptoron with the James Broome family Legion Meeting Brown, Mrs. Mildred Cowart of. other ministers and deacons which ported. 6907 License Color Faded No. Gray. 1954' Florida -

requires that the correct Thursday of last week with last week and Lynn Broome I h'spending' Philadelphia and Staff Sgt Royal will include Deacon Chester Shell said sale to be conducted 7W-4384.immediately .
American. Lesion Post 58 win
Mrs. T. F. Brown. this week in Hampton --- ----- of West of the Bradford
date of birth be established. Any Fort Benning were dinner of Galilee And County
Baptist Church Haw Rooney Francis
iis'first Jail,
hold will be
meeting of the new held in accordancewith
old document Mr. and Mrs. T. W. King and with the Frank Williams family guests of the Shells
may be used as last Friday.Other thorne. One of the candidates is'' Chapter 562. Florida Statutes:
proof of age. In general, the sons of Jacksonville spent last Jimmy Williams also visited for year on Tuesday, Jan. 8 at 7:30: | guests included Mabel Lee'his, daughter-in-law, Ozora- ShelL Co-Star In Park Film Of 1555.

weekend visiting in several days in Orlando with p.m.. Post Commando- X. M. and This the 27th day of December,
older the evidence the more valuable Hamptonwith Willie Green. A familiar The public is invited to attend 1956.

It Is. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill and the Broomes. Smith announced. He reminded southern meal was served that this service. Joan Jenkins, re- Francis the talking mule has D. Reddish,

daughters.Mr. visitors at the J. C. members that meetings :start at e new partner In of Bradford
The social security office at Holiday did not include turkey or fried porter. S County, Florida
and 7:30 during the winter months. as the pair,star in 1/4/57 Zt 1/11/57
212 Southeast First Street in I Arnold Haddockare Adkins home were Mr. and Mrs chicken. All ''reported a delightful Reno Theatre Attractions
the parents of a daughter. H. F. Priester of Lake Butler. are business the Haunted House"
Gainesville will evening. Saturday'night
be glad'to Jan. 5
explainthe ; 7:30 NOTICE
of Sheila Marie born Wednesday Mrs. M. Frankie Drake of West matter to be taken up at the Sports News m., Jungle Goddess p. day, Monday and i Notice Is hereby given that on
types that [ starring Geo.
may I Dec. 26, at Alachua General Hospital Palm Beach, Carlyle Richard Jr meeting, Smith said, including Park Theatre.In' 14th day of January 1957, at
be to complete schedule for the j Reeves, 'with cartoon
acceptable prove your age I post finances, rental and leases. I other the' : noon. the undersigned Sheriff
and will assist claimants who in Gainesville. of Washinton, D. C., Mrs. Col- 'R.J.E. Tigers and Tigerettes has select shorts. On SUnday Jan. 6, -' new Bradford County,' Florida. wilt

need' ,help in obtaining evidence I Mrs. Joe Forsythe is now convalescing son Rimes and daughter of Gulf He urged all all members officers. to attend', not been released by Principal i at 5:30 p.m., Panament's Bad Man, not the same for bidder cash.the to following the highest described and
especially played by Donald
; '}
at her home after Hammock Mrs. Sue Stewart of
Thompkins, but according to recent with extra added attractions. At- :
l spending several days in Bradford Gainesville, Carlyle Richard Sr. After the meeting a short propram tend while he's a 1939 Chevrolet. Motor No. 2 S3(1T,
Automobile TagsSales County "Mr. Yrs: will be held followed with reports the next game will your..Reno Theatre each Saturday also, gets into trou Color Black,. 1954 Florida.. License.
II Hospital followinga of Alachua, and and refreshments. be played on Monday, Jan. 7, and Sunday. Admission: No/ 118588. -
fall at her home in which Calvin Richard and baby daugh. The program will cf Francis and is sale to be conducted Immedi-
of automobile license include discussion with Fernandina. Your editor is Children 21c, adults 36c.-E. Givens -< I West of the Bradford
she fractured her hip. ter of Arcadia. a of U..' & i from trouble by the County
not certain, whether it will be manager. and will be held In accordance
tags got off to a fast start Wed.
Guests for Christmas dinner! Mrs. Richard, the former Helen European activities with' NATO.A News Deadline Rooney gets Chapter 562. Florida Statutes
nesday as more than 300 r.hort film played in Starke or Fernandina. 1955.
car will be
included blonde
last week in pretty
the J. W. Adkins
Hornr and baby are :
owners visited the tax collec- staying the program. Junior Musicians:Party AU news should be in the office This the 27th day of December,
home were Mr. and Mrs. Bur, here with her for case of murder :
parents several -
of later
editor not .
tor's office on the first day of I The Junior Musicians held your than 4 highlighted by D. Reddlfh.
ton Thomas a
sales in an effort to obtain a of St. George, S. C weeks. Their daughter, Toye their Christmas party recently.The p.m.-each Monday. Due to the with Rooney astride of Bradford County. Florida _

low number. Overnight guests Saturday at thrHome's Clan was born in Alachua General Social Security I guests included Mattie Bry- holidays some of the news has not 1/4/57 2t 1/11/5T -

were Miss Roland Mae Hospital in Gainesville on been
published because it has --
Tax Collector J. R. Kelly reported Knight, Mrs. Eula Knight and Dec. 13.Mrs. A representative of the Gaines. i mer Ruth Ann. Marv- Morris.-----. .
reached the office too'late.
that 248 "plain" tag son, Freddy. Vandella Jerrell has beer vile Social Security Office will Deloris Grace DeSue. Mary Belle Tyson, I churches, clubs and social organizations All- Sell It It Trade ll

were sold on Wednesday and Holiday visitors in Hamptonwith ill at her home for several days be(. r;Starke at ,the court room Jenkins. Gwendolyn Marshall are asked to send

77 "w" tags. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall this week. of the Court House, at 10 Thursday Willetta Wysinger, Charles your

-I, Jan. 10, for the purpose of Covinpton, Al DeSue, Velma Ty I news to your editor each week.

Support your Bradford WITH A CLASSIFIEDLow
conducting social security buk son. The newest member of the .I County ,
Telegraph by subscribing for the
ness. cub is Dorothy Ann Hankerson. i
OPERATION year $3. You save $2.20 cents.
Persons who desire to make The 'next meeting win be held Rates Easy To Place
There 52 weeks
are in a year. Give ,
application for social security.re- Wednesday,Jan. 9, at the homeof I
your sub riptfon to your carrieror to WORDS OR .
t irement'or Advisor Shell. k
rnn@ survivors benefits editor .
I nwm secure social security account ,Auxiliary TO ,Meet today. WORD Ze

numbers, or get any other, security The Auxiliary of Post 314, 25,. ADIJITIO* M. F OR ADS NOT PAID I.V ADVANCB

Information are invited to American Legion, will meet Sunday New Schedule Told DISCOUNT OP IK TWO OR MORR I\iERTIOM!

*oi see our representative at the.I. Jan. 6. in room 9 at R.J.E. For County LibraryThe

time of his visit I President Pauline' Marshall has I

i a message of Importance to all Bradford County LIbrar I LADIES PLATINUM FOR RENT Five room furnished

Masons Installed members who wish to start the will remain open six days a week : bracelet containing apartment. 624. N. Church St.
31 diamond lost Apply 518 N. Church St. Phone
# for Better New Year right. She is askingall beginning this week Mrs. P. J gnnvllle and 175-W. tfchg

1iII William S. Haas was installedas persons to be present at exactly Quattlebaum announced.In Fla.1956.. Probably Saturday lost
Worshipful Master'of 2 and the the the har Starke. Suitable qualified man or
Brad p.m., meetingwill past library woman between the ages of 25
Florida Forming we ford Lodge No. 35, F & AM for be over 3 p,m. It is not too been closed on Wednesday and EVergreen 9-7982, and 45 with sales experience for

1957 br'outgoing Master Jack !late for Interested persons to Saturday afternoons. Mrs. Quat insurance 89. Starke.debit. Apply P. O.Itchg Box

McComb at a meeting last week. join. Chaplain Sophia Royal Is tlebanm said the new schedule FOR SALE Good

In turn Haas installed! Car} chairman( : of membership and will be put into' effect for r Pangola Hay. :I I FOR house SALE, OR TRADE-Four room
DoyJe E. Conner two acres land,
Hurst senior warden; Aaron Tay will be glad to take your fees. trial period. ..phone 285 or %14. Back of Bradford Furniture Co,

10:, junior warden; Art Holliday, Mrs. Corean McNeil, reporter. Library hours are from 1 to Thomas Norman, Rt 2 Etox 47-C.

treasurer; C. A. Futcb, secretary; American LedonVIceCommander I 5:30 p.m. ttp 1/4

James Gentry, chaplain; Arch Julius Royal I WHEN IN FOR ft. length SALE-Cement Free Steps e and 5

ti iT IIr Thomas Sr, marshal; Herbert ii' asking all persons to tile work of aU installation.kind Judd Also Tile

Green, senior deacon; M. 1{. the oratorical contest support Start Off 57 U'P. Co. 127 Lafayette St. Phone 215-J.

/, t1I ILPWJiJ 1W EU I L'M'1 Smith, Junior dea on; Calvin as they FILL tfchg.
ref. have gone all out to sunport the With ,
Parham, ,senior steward; Car APARTMENT FOR RENT on Madl-
expenses involved In .
contactinghigh Ion St.
Harton or Apply at Oars Home
'I junior steward, and CUr- schoolstudents "p..1I"n" Phnne 10.
in tfchg
tis See, tyler. : the BIG SAVINGS W. L. ,
Fourth Division of the Eleventh WE! BUT
: District Deputy Gene Et 2 Box 243-D FUR
-' District According to the ,Division DuringEAGLE'S NITURE.! Elrod: Furniture Co.
acted as marshal for the installation PflQN _Phone 43. tfcag
-ceremonies. Director of the contest, Supervisor

r' Shell. more than 200 JAN. Start, FOR SALE 10 Acres cleared land.
$650. Fred C.Laniers
Rt. 2 Box
girls and boys have
I Basketball Games interest Th.. rilminatloiu will beheld n. Starke or call Lake City 1$8.J.ttp .

WHITE SALESuper 1/11
In individual school centers! J'PAm STONE STATE ON '

,I Basketball activity for Starke during th. first week! in February I STONE HEIGHTS. : WAITRESS Truck WANTED-Apply StallIng's -
fans in the next few days will BER YDIC.WANTED Stop. Waldo. Phone
include games by the newly- while the finals for the I Absorbent Cannon | Hobart 8-9736. 2tchg 1/11

formed independent team winners from the several schools Bath Towels -' 599 ['YOn; RENT
and Customers;, Low Furnished Cottage.
Honda fanners are attaching more and more to ..e1ectrcfty'IIItII the BHS squads., in the division will be. held Feb. Prompt Service. 114 Lake St. Adults. Mrs. A. F.

The independent 17; at High Snrlngs. Watch this Heavyv-20x40 Furniture Co. Sauls (33 UcMahon St. Phone

to speed work improve efficiency, increase profit*.* For in?' to team Is scheduled paper for further development Sale . 57c 18Z-W. tfchg
square ,off ,
iiiriiiiii smydaqfarmesarenowinsuiIlithghtiiathe! night at Commander Isaac Kelly will be PUT my long,
,theHIghSchoo1gynagainst ments suitable for aluminum-topped barn. Also pow
an independent at the meettne! to bring all members Luxurious He-Man Size business people. er sprayer for cattle, and pine
IIftiilIII faon of nulling ttalb to provide better fllumlnaHoa'during from iquad up-to-date on the contest priced. All CI> timber. Leaving soon. Please
Keystone Heights with Mr. and lira. W. H. obone 2S3-R at once. Boyer
1ll1llhJ muling. Hakes inspecting for aanitation easier,speeds milking game time at 7:30 p.m. and other business of the post. Reg. $1.29 Sale 87c W. Madison St. Ranch. itcbg

The BHS Adjutant Brooks is asking all
by hand machine. Look around discover squads will play 21 INCH FOR SALE Two bedroom house
your-farm their first game since the vaca i members to get finances for the Double Length dow. at Dtkntr's. on West '){1dlaon. M. S. Payne.

way electricity can male jw farming more effirirnt.Electricity tion next Tuesday night when year at the first meeting In '1957. Blankets If you have bees tIC S. Glenn fit. 3tchg 1/18

,. the "A" squad and B squad will Please be on time 2 p.m. church or school : UNFURNISHED Apartment three

play Terry' Parker of Jacksonville sharp. Sunday at RJJ5. high 4.99 Value Sale 3.77 a good education rooms heater.with Also refrigerator furnished and- space
personality, and if apartments -
and the girls win play St. school. reasonable amount Mr. and Mra. W. H. Noll-

S Augustine" Annual ChrIstmas Party Supreme Quality able employment for part-time man. 228 W. Madison. tfchg

LiID Former Scoutmaster Aaron FOR RENT-1 and I
could qualify for a bedroom furnished
lightens the work of the farmer's wife
Dan River Sheets
: New Gas StationA Holly held his annual Christmas tional ment with Organization a highly Jackson. Central Truck Line Billy

For example heating water electrically is cleaner, safer. Party at his home on ,Christmas ,Entire Stock At Its field. Dignified Phnwu 1 C\!. tfCB*

I -,. I and more economical in an all-electric titdben-knndry.: .. new service station is to open morning. Approximately' 100 boys REMARKABLESAVINGS terriew traveling involved. LOST between Lawtey and Starke.

'. for business in Lawtey on ..Jan.S. and girls were feted and given W. Plastic Zipper Suit bag contain
ftt''fOfarmor lag White Short Coat and Navy
( town toys. Many of the
outstanding ---- -- Blue
dress suit. Call 110 or m.J._
'. m Located on the comer of SR. citizens ministers and church \LOST at kindergarten- White In Starke. -- Ult"p

225 and U. S. 301, the new station workers participated in the pro Center. Return to
.,' A i: 13 owned by Cecil Whitehead gram. Hats off to Bra Holly EAGLE Wall after Ins.S Agency RADIOS BU""nm

-4"lit"" 1. and leased to Jerome Johns for' this wonderful Christmas p.m. AN Hake AHCHAS. ....
DEFT. STORE 11......... n..... n. :.
FLORIDA Oil Co. of Starke.It Party for under-privileged child FOR SALE One C. iHKPHEBD

;. POWER 4 LIGHT COMPANY: will be managed by D. B ren. 111. E. Call St., Starke, Fla. with bookcase' TM ISSMHSMMBB W. CM MMiS BH it.SI H itart H BSMBHMSBSl S SJMMI'....iMM IS**

'1>ick" Thomas. and his" son "C. Church ,News .' "Always First Quality" Chlck-Sale-Red Cockerel Friday and

W." tfew Bethel .Baptist Church,! FOR house.RENT SOl-a Tour I Saturday Chasteen lOc each. Brownlee-Itchg

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