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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 25, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME SEVENTY-EIGHT STABKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY' 25. 1957 NUMBER THIRTY



,p1, Centennial Fete March Of Dimes 'Donee ScheduledFor ] Bradford Man Teachers Outline

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: Highlights Told I USO Building On February 2 Killed By Blast Aims

"Dance that then; may, walk," will be the theme on Sat- Legislative

1; urday night, Feb. 2, when the March of Dimes dance will be held
j At Rotary Meeting From Own GunAubrey
_w in the USO, Mrs. Junius M. Smith dance chairman, announcedthis
Seek
P 'r I week. < I Support Of ,Johns, Conner

-. -: -- -- l Starke's Centennial celebrationwill Music for the festivities will be provided by "The Starlight- Lee Deaver 30, an I In Fund Raising, Spending ProgramThe

be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity ers," composed of Charlene Hardy, David Canova, Burge Searing employee of the B. T. Thomas

Recruits recently completing 12 weeks of training In basic military I I to join, together in a Jerome Edwards and Elden Mathews) local bandmaster. Lumber Co., :Monday night was Bradford
In Co. B. the Camp Blanding National Guard unit, united effort that will bring the Education i Association last week sought
found dead in the
subjects There young people have proven to be a very popular dance woods behindthe
the
Edwards, Walter Jennings, Robert I town valuable publicity, make'younge support of Bradford Coun ity's legislative delegation for
were Douglas Noun, Jerome I I orchestra, playing in nearby towns,, _and having been 'booked lumber yard, a victim of a
GooUby, John Goolsby, Wayne Wooten, Paul V. Taylor, James C. our people more consciousof out of the state. blast from his own shotgun. a program designed to increa:se revenue for the schools on
!, their and both a local and a state level.In .
II. Brown, Charley L. Redding and historical heritage,
Fountain Don Hingson. Arthur have The dance will start at 8 p.m., and admission will be $4 per County Coroner T. A. Yawn letters to Conner
other worthwhile Rep. Doyle.E. -
many
Edward N. Green. Five new men joining the unit this week were couple or $2 single.Prizes said the tragedy "appeared to bea
,
benefits, Guy Andrews, general speaker-designate of the 1957 Dr. Mark
Leon Evans Green. Robert Leo Cooper, Roy E. Swllley and Tommy chairman of the event, told Ro- donated by local merchants, will be given away at suicide" and said no inquest House of Representatives and Herlong

Halnes, all of Starke, and William S. Newsome of Baldwin. This tariana Wednesday. j, 11 p.m. The Elks Club and Lions Club will also give away their would be held unless ordered by Sen. Charley E. Johns the associ-

brings Co. B's total strength up to 108 men. __ Andrews gave a brief ron-down' March of Dimes drive prizes at this time. the state's attorney or circuit ation proposed methods for raising Dies Was ActiveIn
judge. "I see nothing to indicate the and outlined ;
lof Centennial plans which are As usual committee members will run the snack bar and the for money a schedule [
In Sink Hole in the and necessity an inquest for the
Dumped Car now formative stage : spending money.
i wait on tables. There will foe no hired help, and all proceedswill Yawn said.
will be announced within the Salary increases for teachers and
near future. He said the week- I go to the March of Dimes campaign. .. A note to his wife written on other school employees were a I Civic Mfairs

long celebration in May will be Tickets are on sale at Alvarez Store Koch's Drug Store, and an envelope found in the dead principal feature of the prorgamThe

Pair Charged With Thieving Spree highlighted by a historical pa- Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry. man's wallet indicated that he letters were signed by HughB. _

geant presented in the high was worried about his health. Ingram Jr., president of the ..

Jail school stadium nightly specta- I am so weak," it read, association.The ',_ _
Of Jackson
Out
I After Breaking cular fireworks displays, and a "I can't hold down a job and program outlined to the I tj

series of colorful parades featuring Starke To Host honey take care of the baby's." legislators was formally approved -
_
p. theft charges in Jackson Coun- old-time modes of trans Mr. Deaver had left his hometo by the Board of Directorsof
and companion
a
Starke youth
A ty as well as charges for break- portation as well as modern go hunting about 2 p.m. Monday the Association last week. For
who broke jail in Defun- floats and local and visiting bands. Sheriff local legislation it proposed: 1.)
ing jail. P. D. Reddish said,
iak Springs about two weeks Addison had already been The Centennial will be a com i Court TourneyStation and a search was started about Reallocate present race track

ago and were captured in Bald- sentenced by Circuit Judge George munity-wide effort and will not dark when he did not return. monies from the Hospital Boardto I
of be sponsored by any one organization His body was found about 8 the School Board. 2.)
week face charges
win this L. Patten to two in the p.m.
years the chairman said. A WRGRRadio Bradford High School will be Mn Deaver's body was sprawled for outside survey of ad i
into three Bradford State Prison for stealing a car
breaking separate corporation is being host next week to the first near a -tree stump with the tax structure and
establishments as well as from a Starke lot. He was in formed to r.tage the'celebration I
County Keystone Conference Tourna- with
detween his practices equalization
trialon gun legs. The blast
in two other jail in Defuniak awaiting and profits if any, will go to ment which ,
stealing autos another auto theft charge. I Facility opens at the gym- had hit him in the head. A can objective.
counties in their few days of Baldwin Hotel some worthy community projector nasium Thursday night. of tobacco was at the side and State Lent

freedom. charity. Two games will be featured he had been smoking a cigarette.The On the state level the I
Addison and The men were arrested by Andrews lauded the commend- Plans Are Told each of the three nights Thurs- sheriff said that an em- included: 1.) A 3 per cent ; i'
The Leroy anda
pair Sheriff Fate Brown i
Deputy able spirit of that has
24, of North cooperation day, Friday and Saturday with ployee of the lumber company the-board sales tax be
Charles Duncan. Bald-
Baldwin Constable in a
already been shown 'toy the many the Conference champions and reported hearing a shot about 3 the additional income
Carolina, also admitted dumpingone win hotel Sunday. A wild auto
into a men who have started growing runners up receiving a trophy at p.J1I. but thought nothing of it source be ear-marked for
stolen cars
of the chase in Bradford County led At MeetThe
Brooker. !beards in preparation for the I II Legion the end of the games Saturday. since a number of hunters had i I only; or, any other tax i
sink hole near
I to the capture of the pair.
I
.old-time atmosphere. He said Bradford High is seeded fourthin been in the woods lately. for the needs and -
Sheriff P. D. Reddish said the Rrn\vn__ said that the pair Stole I that the rules of the beard-grow- !
I --- u ---- the Conference. Rated with education would
be
-- Mr. Deaver lived at the lumber I
youths have admitted breakinginto electric drill from Quigleyand ing contest will be announced call letters of Starke's new -
an
:
the best chance of winning is 2.) Legislative
provision
with his Dor-
the Quigley and Davis store Davis, the money from the, soon, but in the meantime, he radio station will be WRGR, company wife
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P. 1C Yonge. Seeded. second is 40 million dollars be
thy Hines Deaver, and two chil-
the Blue Chip Drive-in on ball machinesin !paid ahead and members of the American Legionwere
and box and 'em
juke pin "go grow -
Fernandina Beach and third is for
salary increases 2 1-2
I dren, Aubrey Jr. and Deborah
Rt. 16 last Thursday night and the Blue Chip and some old it's good advertising for our told Tuesday night by Dolph Bolles.' for increased transportation
Chamberlin, of the three Ann. He was a veteran of
one
into JamesWaters' grocery watch and a pair ofshoes Centennial.
money. a The tournament will ices, 3 1-2 million for
open World War II, and a memberof
store in Lawtey Saturday night.They from the Lawtey store. Andrews was introduced by partners interested in the new !
Thursday night at 7 p.m. when the Union Primitive rent expenses and the
\ are also charged with malicious Brown gave the following reconstruction Judge T. A. Yawn twho had broadcasting facility here. Green Cove takes on Bolles.. Church. Baptist 83 million be appropriated
mischief for dumping the I charge of the Chamberlin said that a 150-
of the youth's activities program.
Starke will vie with the SantaFe building and
program
car into the sink hole. after breaking jail: foot tower has already been erec- Besides his wife and children,
squad to make up the second support.
,Hearing Slated Took Pickup ted and work is underway on half of the double header at 8:15.: survivors include his mother. 3.) Immediate esta.1>
truck in $$$100 Fine Levied remodelling a building, recently Mrs. Myrtice Deaver Warren
County Judge T. A. Yawn They stole a pickup On Friday night the winnerof a salary schedule to
said the pair will probably be Defuniak and drove it to Chip- leased from the Legion, for use the Green Cove-Bolles game and his step-father, Harvey m teachers with a $4200
it as a studio and office. Present Warren, of Starke; a brother
abandoned
brought to Bradford County ley where they will play P. K. Yonge at 7 p.m. mum $7000 maximum,
from Duval County for preliminary after finding it had no brakes. In Auto WreckIlnjuring'W plans are for the new station to and the winner of the BHSSanta Fred D.eaver of Illinois; four portionate increases for -

hearing this week. At a Addison said that Duncan stolea be on the air by Sunday, Feb. Fe match will meet Fernan- half-brothers, Billy, Wilford and and rank H teachers.
in Duval County they. 1947 Studebaker in Chipley 10, the speaker, said. Jimmie Warren all of Starke,
More
hearing Increases
.1., f .!na; ---.tJ -oJ( Johnnie'Warren 'of 'Jacksonville _
pleaded guilty to stealing a< car: whichtheydrove to Bradford WRQR-'rwm rate-o 'it90 1 In the finals Saturday- night 4.) Provision for a 33
in Baldwin. They face auto County and dumped into the sink lI1a kilocycles, "at the top of the 1 r the 'winners of Friday night's 1 ; two step-brothers Cowenof cent increase for lunchroom !
hole. They caught a ride to I I dial" Chamberlin said and will' contests will Miami and Hoyt Warren of ers, secretaries
off to determine ,
sauare. Jacksonville_ ____ __ three___ hll1f-jqIiAtprQ_ __
Jacksonville where I n .? ___ _
stayed be the air from 6:30 n
they
Youth Woman on daily a. the transportation personnel.
and
The
driver of champion run
a dairy products
in a hotel for two or three days.In .I m. to 8 It will be 250- Mrs. :Myrtice Williams and Mrs.
I truck fined .p. m. a This will be Both Rep. Conner and .
was $100 in Mayor's ner-up. game pre- Gloria
Hurt In Crash ,Jacksonville they bought a Court Monday after being found watt station covering a, radius of ceded by a game between the Henderson, both of Zell- Johns were out of town
Buick drove it to Starke, brokeIn about 25 miles he added. wood and Mrs. Myrtle New- and
losers unavailable for
to determinethe
guilty of running a red. light and Friday night
__ OnlfW_ and'___ Davis' and the mans of Jacksonville.
_n. causing an accident last weekin Staff Members holders of third place in' the the program. The letter
Jimmy Sim Montgomery, 18, Blue then drove on to Funeral services were held "
Chip which Mrs. Ruby Griffis of I The staff, to begin with will conference. the legislators ,to
suffered a sprained back and On the back they Thursday at 11 a.m. in the Union
Tampa. way I of commit yourself to
Starke was injured. consist a manager, two an- "Starke has a, good a chanceas 4)I
fractured leg and Mrs. Betty claimed, they abandoned the nouncers and a combination stenographer any team to win the cham- Primitive Baptist Church. Burial proposals.
Sherwood, wife of the pastor of I car in Island Grove. (Brown said The driver Charles R. Smith. and "traffic" girl. The followed in Rock Cemetery near Conner last week in I ,
I pionship, Coach Lennard Register
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of Hawthorne
Christian Cburch, pleaded not Brooker with
DeWitt Jones
Starke
the the Buick was not found there.) C. advised PTA
is filled ,
to manager spot already said this week as he predicted groups
guilty the
d bruises and a punctured chrage. Funeral Home in
suffer In Island Grove they caught a Chamberlin said, but they would that "no team is going to charge of ar- ing definite commitments
the result of an auto- Mrs. Griffis testified that she rangements.
thigh as ride on to Jacksonville. On Sat- legislators
like to find local people for the walk away with it." concerning ,
mobe collision Sunday at the urday night they went to Law had stopped and waited until the other positions."In "The fans will see a lot of talk before the Florida :

intersection'o.' Broadway and tey broke into the store and i light had turned green before programming we will try good basketball, no matter who Forgery Charge of Parents and Teachers

Pratt streets by the r unty jail. went on to Baldwin, registeredat proceeding across Temple avenueon to find out what the people of wins," Register said. tion Conference. ,

Montgomery was charged with I the hotel at 4 a.m. Sunday Pratt street. Starke and Bradford County want This is the first tournamentto Forgery. charges have been Seldom Commit

excessive speed and causing an afternoon they left the hotel and Mrs. Griffis' testimony was' and give it to them," Chamberlinsaid. be held in Starke, the coach placed against two Starke men "You can seldom get a

accident and Mrs. Sherwood was stole another car a Ford. supported by Herb Thomas, He stated it would be Impossible said, and the chances of future arrested last week by Deputy commitment prior to a

charged with running a stop Began Chase owner of a restaurant on the to obtain a network here, tournaments being held here will I Sheriffs Fate Brown and Russell a subject needs study," he ,

sign and causing an accident. Part-time Deputy Robert Cox. corner of the intersection where so local programs will consist be determined by the financial Redding. In a recent television

Both were placed under $50 began chasing the Ford for a vrt-edfoccurred.. Thomas testified largely of music, news, and weather success of this one. He urgedall The men. D. V. Crews and 3. Conner said he is not

bond. traffic violation Sunday night. that he saw Smith run forecasts. .,.t Starke people to come out McCauley were accused of convinced new taxes are

In Mayor's Court Monday, and followed it to Highland the light.In First And Only r." and support the games. forging the name C. A. Williamsto The proposals spell ..

,Mayor Jackson continued the where the two men jumped out other cases. Fred Waring "This will be Starke's first and I I Admission for the games, each a check which passed to that the teachers' group

case until next Monday to givean and ran into the woods. Brown Saussy 80, of Plant City, wai only radio station," Chamberlinsaid. I night as set by Conference officials Homer J. Brinson. The check I been entertaining since ; .

opportunity for the notification was called on by Cox 'for help fined $25 on combined chargesof "You've had a studio before, will be $1 for adults and was endorsed by Crews. has been spotlighted on .

of witnesses. and began cheeking on the auto. running a red light and pull- but not a station." Public serv-: 50 cents for students.Tobacco Sheriff P. D. Redding said I: needs in the County I

Policeman C. Moore said' that Finding that it was stolen from ing out from a parking place ice will be one of the first con- the signature was meant to be been termed "critical." _

Montgomery was traveling Weston Baldwin, he talked to the con- and causing an accident. Saussy siderations in the operation of that of A. C. Williams, Starke The local funds to

Pratt street and' Mrs. Sherwood stable who mentioned that the pleaded guilty to both charges.Jim the station the speaker said. Meeting jeweler. school system are

was driving north on pair at the Hotel had told te Ricks j Starke carpenter Chamberlin was a guest at the Judge T. A. Yawn said pre- provide a pay scale in

Broadway when the cars collid owner that If any callers came was fined $25 on a charge of regular Legion supper meeting Slated MondayA liminary hearing will be held other counties or to
ed. Montgomery's auto was they could be located at the Commander maintain the buildings,
public intoxication. A sentenceof Tuesday night Legion for the two men probably this
overturned by the Impact. home of Addison's father in $25 or five days was imposedon X. M. Smith reviewed the termsof meeting to discuss the acre- week. Superintendent Harmon I I

Mrs. Cecil Douglas was a pass- Starke.On Fred Stokes for public intoxi the contract under which Post age reserve program as it con- has said. The County is
Sherwood's car this Brown drove to cerns growers of flue cured compete in the teacher .
enger in Mrs. tip cation. 56 has rented the radio companya _
and Montgomery's brother, La: Baldwin, where the youths were Edward Jones. Negro was tower site and office buildingfor tobacco: will be held in the court- Found GuiltyA with other counties : -
with him. found in their hotel house here Monday night at 7 Teachers' ProgramThe -
room.
mar was riding fined $75 and his licensesus- $50 per month.- The installation Green
o'clock County Agent G. T. Hug- Cove Springs man, teachers'
pended for 60 days after he was will be on Legion property on William Taylor fined
gins annoucfd yesterday. was $1 an to
found guilty of driving while I North Temple Avenue. Huggins said that recent ordered to pay $40.10 in costsor a program "acquaint

Girls In Good Shape Coaches Say intoxicated and reckless driving. Chamberlin said that his part- changes in procedures for ad- spend 60 days in jail after lic"critical with of the the problem race track --
Bonds forfeited included Fred
_ Peter ners in the company are ministering the program have he was found guilty' by County tion schedule and the
Holmes Negro, 25. public intoxication Temple of WDSR, Lake City, I
made Judge T. A. Yawn
the of
Tuesday
: William J. Lee McCall of WWPF meeting necesmry in I practices. The race track _
Puff Mack
For Powder Gridiron Contest Negro and driving from Joe
I an attempt to clear up confusion away C. War- is split between the -
$25
speeding;: Charles a Douglas -. F .latka. among tobacco growers. 'A similar ren's service station without mission School Board

Negro. $35. running a red meeting was held Thursday paying for $3.60 worth of ga's. (Continued on Page ) .
It's called the Powder Puff Starting lineup for the Seniors light and reckless driving by PTA Study CourseIs rJght in the community centerat -
Football Game. but from all reports -(will be Melissa Stallings. left end; excessive: speed: Noble Sink, $10 Brooker.In .

the girls will discard their Maxine Andrews left tackle; running red. light. and Escoe Scheduled Here announcing the meeting, t.Jew. Masonic Officers Installed

powder puffs for the tilt Satur- Martha Van Landingham. left Starling. $10, running red light Huggins said that "the over-all _
day night and play some real guard; Gail Rowe, center; Jean \ Mrs. Andrew Jessen, president flue-cured tobacco situation ---: ---- --
of District 4 PTA, and Mrs. L. G. pre- F4- ,
and tumble football. Mundy, right guard; Marilyn -
rough Prices Of Berries will sents a greater problem to _____ ,
.
will Cox right tackle Zorne Jr. of Jacksonville .*4 -
pit Joyce .
The game Saturday ; Danney the growers than at any time since ; '' -- 'I __ __ _
the Senior girls against the Juni- right end; Sandra Strickland, conduct a study course on 1S39." He urged as J _____" _
many growersas : -
f y or girlS! for the championship in quarterback; Nancy Bates. left Average $9.83An PTA manual at the BHS cafe- possible to attend the meetinghere .-:, _
the annual tilt. Both teams have balfback; Carol Ann Pickett, teria on Monday, Jan. 29, starting : Monday night.

been practicing for several weeks, right halfback, and Jackie Pre- average price of $9.83 per at 5:30 p. m. '
with the coaches putting the vatt, fullback. crate was paid for strawberries The study course is free of, V I

girls through rigorous exercises Starting for the Juniors will be last week at the Starke State charge and is open to membersof Starke Guard Unit : rr r .

to Judy Da kel, left end Betty all PTA groups in the county. I
get them in shape. The rivalry ; Farmers Market a market of- Tells Of VacanciesA II
among the student groups is keen. Farkas, left tackle; Beverly.Green, ficial reported. with $11 the high- Each person attending is ask- II I

The coaches of both teams this left guard; Elissa Stefanelli, cen- est price paid. ed to bring a covered dish. number of vacancies still exist I

week seemed well satisfied with ter; Carolyn Norman, right guard; The official said that even I Mrs. R. V. Chapman presidentof in several sections of Co. C,

the prospects of their groqps. Loretta Jones, right tackle; Mary though the cold weather Fridayand the 'High School PTA urges all 748th Armored Ordnance Batta- t!

"The backfield is shaping up Henderson right end; Virginia Saturday killed the bloomsa members or persons who are in- lion of Starke, Public Information .

good senior Coach Joe Harden Darby, quarterback; Jeanne Walt, few ,berries are still being terested in PTA work to take ad- Officer Joseph G. Wood said this

said. "The forward wall, with the left halfback; Jackie Parrish or brought in. "We won't have. any',I. vantage of this opportunity. week. The sections still open to

able help of Jean Mundy, should Betty Gaskins right halfback, volume* before the latter part of-l- enlistments are Service Supply, I

have a fine night. and Sylvia' Paulk or Janice February," the official said. A: Motor Court SoldThe Wheel Vehicle, Track Vehicle and

Coach Roddy Struth commended Blume, fullback low of 24 degrees was recordedat Artillery.Men .
I New officers of the 1ocall\lasonie Lodge were installed in ceremonies -
the girls' defense. "Gail Reddish, Kickoff time ,is 8 p.m. Satur- the market Friday morning: Plaza Court on north U.S. between the ages of 17 Masons To Meet

leading the Senior defensive team day at the Bradford High sta the temperature, drooped to 20 301 was sold recently by Mr. and 35 interested in assignment at; the Temple here on Jan. 14. 1st row, 1-r, JC. A. Futch,! ,
should stop the Juniors with a dium. Admission prices are 75 degrees Saturday. The official and Mrs R. Carl Harris of to any of these sections are Invited Bradford Lodge No,. 35. F & A. _
minimum of yardage Struthsaid. cents for adults, 50 cents for said that some of the farmers in Orlando to Mr.. and Mrs. D. to visit the Armory to discuss Secretary.. ; Carl Barton Junior Steward; A. K. Taylor, Junior Warden M.. will meeiteHiajr. Jan. 23.

students and 25 cents for stu- the Brooker area reported a low Turner Parrish of Starke. the opportunities available, ; William Baas, Worshipful Master; M. M. Smith, Junior Deacon; at 7:30 p. m. Ej-Swa of the lodge

Junior Coach Freddie st pheDIdIdn't dents under 12. reading of 18 degrees. Tax stamps indicated the sale U. Wood said. will be read and the establish
seem to take Proceeds from the will James L. Gentry,.Chaplam.. 2nd ww, I-r: A. N. Holliday, Treasurer; ment of a Masonic Blood Bankat
New .
the dsimi of game The market will continue under price was $70.000 with the agree enlistee in,Co. C this week

the Senior boys very seriously. be nsed for the Senior class trip the present arrangement of set- I ment stating that the buyers was Paul R. Crawford of Lake I,. Carl Hurst, Senior Warden; C. A. Parham, Senior Steward; and Bradford County Hospital will
Hia only comment was that;'tne to New York and Washington ting aside Tuesdays and Fridaysas would take over about $40,000in Butler. He was assigned to the be discussed. All Master Masons

Juniors have a hard-hitting &m.," in April. berry buying days. mortgage debts. I Service Section. ,Herbert Green, Senior Deacon.-Photo by B. P. McLendon. are invited. ,

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editorial FRIDAY .JAMJA&Y 25, 1937

DiaryBy GRAHAM before the This notice shall be published 1957.
18th day ,of February, 1957; once each week for four consecutive (OJ'J'ICIALSEAL) CEtrlss
1 Sam McGamy otherwise the allegations of saldweeks In the Btadford County Tele- Clerk of the A.Darby
Starke Must Stand Sirs. John McKinney Complaint will be taKen at con-graph By'Marian L. Crosby,Crr-uit Deput Court Clerk
1 fynsfd I>T yoU Dated thU Uth day of January 1/18 At !/II
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Close Inspection Soon ( them. : and Mrs. Bobby' Surrency

% spent the weekend here killinghis .BROILS MEAT ON BOTH SIDES
Starke is embarking this year on perhapsthe Foster Shi Smith had an inter- hogs. e

most exciting experience in all its history esting evening J not long ag9- Clarence Melton of Orlando was
100 Arriving home late one night, he
the gala Centennial celebration, marking an cvernight guest of the Berry
years of progress from the first pine wilder- saw the a big middle, fat of'possum his road.waddlingin Well, Dyals last Saturday.

ness to the progressive little city that we knowas Foster took out after the "'pos Mr. and Mrs. V. L. M Kinney AT ONCE IN HALF THE TIME!

Starke today. Last week talked by'phone to sum, and the 'Possum scooted for of Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs.J. .
A lot of glamorous special events are being a friend in Massachusetts, who safety into a neighbor's sweet D. McKinney and children of
planned Coming to a climax in the. week-long said that at time the temperature potatoes patch. There Foster Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. John
and lot visitors, kept throwing dirt at the McKinney Sunday afternoon.
celebration in early May a was right at 20 degrees BE- crit- <
many'of whom have never been here before, will LOW ZERO: At that same time, ter, until the 'possum tired of Mrs. Albert Willis and son 100 SMOKELESS
be guests of Starke during these gala events. the temperature here was about that game and scurried into the spent the weekend at Mulberrywith I %

Evidence that the celebration is being eager- 60 (above, of course) and we road again. There Foster managed her son and, daughter-in-law,
to capture it, and a few mo- Mr. and Mrs. John Willis.
ly anticipated can be seen on the faces of a good were quick to remark about the
ments later, the proud hunter Mrs. W. H. Melton celebratedher
mild climate here.
who have already
folks,
of the town's men
many presented his trophy to sleepy- 80th birthday anniversary at
of shaggy whis- But then, someone left the
blossomed out with a growth
.eyed Mary Ann Foster. She fail- her home on Jan. 20 'with her
kers although the formal announcement and freezer door open, and the north ed to appreciate: the honor and daughter Mrs. Annie Ward, six
wind blew and down
went
the
rules and regulations for the whiskergrowingcontest thermometer below told him to take the toothsome sons, Oscar, Lonnie, Clarence, 'i A' ;f
freezing.
have not even been published yet. This Guess it got the berries so it will prize away. He gave it to a man Woodrow, Willie, and Eugene, i iI
eagerness to get into the spirit of the .occasion be a while before they come who told him later: nine grandchildren five great
is a good omen and indicates that the Centen- back again. "It took me two hours to skinit grandchildren, a niece and nephew, I % q
and two days to cook it. Andit and 1
nial committee will have the wholehearted cooperation Mr.; and Mrs. John McKinney ;
turned out to be the toughest children, and Mrs. ,Rosa Parsonsof
in staging this Hub of
of the community Harley Lawtey lost a "
'possum I ever ate. New Richmond, Ohio., She1 received -
the greatest cooperative project ever plannedfor fine milk cow this week, the result useful gifts plus a I'
many
of calving. Hub said that
Starke. Met an interesting couple, beautiful birthday cake.
Doc Mullins did all he could to
The Centennial will be Starke's chance-in-a- Brenhard and Hedi Meyers, who I
save the cow, but lost her. In-
how itself off to throngs of visitors came from Switzerland not long .
lifetime to cidentally, burying the cow prov- YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- Amazing! Automatically times ,
well from other ago. They are visiting his uncle
from all over Florida as as ed to be a job, for when Hub told brook prose-size fountain pens IE
that the Emil Meyers who live near Hampton broiling. even shuts itself off!
states, and it is extremely important his boy Joe to dig a hole, Joe dug Lake We spent pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Brad- EVEN PREPARES
: a pleasant
city put its best foot forward during the entire one, but it seems that Hub hada evening with them last week ford County Telegraph.! Tenderizes as it broils. or well done. Has automatic BROILER COMPLETE MEALS
Even though the faces of the men are much better idea of how deep Sears in juices instantly controlledheatfrom
Bradford
year. comparing County withtheir
and partially hidden by "underbrush," the hole would have to be. NOTICE TO APPEARIn both sides at once cooking on top with new
scraggly former home at Zurich. ClreMlt Court Bradford CoiBtr, sealing in all flavor. thermostatic "MealSentry" -
the face of the town should be exceptionallyshiny Florida !. Chaaeerr.Girl .
Practically meat unit. Also
no giant
Hub told how Doc Whelchel. Plaintiff vs. Isabel
to bea
proved
and bright so that our legion of visitors Still feeding our cows cotton- Whelchel, shrinkage. Ends all automatic oven for bak
will get a lasting impression of Starke as a clean, "very strong man", in deliver- seed pellets,' and how they love Defendant.Case No. 10.1996 broiler guesswork, all ing and roasting. Choice .
ing the calf. He said that he and Notice To AppearTo '
progressive city. them. some prefer the 20 per : Isabel Whelchel. whose 'residence turning, prodding. Siroof colors: yellow, pink, 4
three or four other men had cent pellets which have a balan- is Gaffnay South Carolina ply set control dial to green or white to match
Though the actual celebration is still a few tried to get the calf, and that .and whose address is: Rt. 6, Gaff- roil meat medium kitchen.
ced ration (like J. B. White) but South Carolina.You rare your
months in the future, it isn't a nit too earlyto when Doc arrived, he got it by we are using the 41 per centcs nay are hereby notified that a
start putting Starke in tip top shape to wel- himself. "He's a lot stronger than suit for divorce A
pellets, because we think they has been filed against you In the
come visitors. he looks, "Hub. said.. do our cows more good. above named Court and cause and
The tasks of preparing for and presentingthe you are required to serve a copy of p
your answer or pleading to the com-
BROILS WITH
THE
Centennial activities will be big ones, re- Speaking of calves, saw one of The next time you hear a plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney
the smallest this week-a Gerald R. Hart. 301 Smith Build- DOOR CLOSED
quiring the cooperation of everyone.As Hereford noise out in the 'henhouse, you'd ing:, Jacksonville. 2, Florida
first step in the preparation, a cleanup that was a dwarf and better not investigate, or this and file the original In the office of
a weighed an estimated 18 lbs. at the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
should be started. This call for might happen to you. This man L A
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r
birth. :
program The little rascal is prettyas
heard some suspicious soundsone tl --
eyesoresthat
and residents to eliminate
merchants be
can
and lively as a jack- night, and he grabbed his
have been too long neglected, to go ahead rabbit (and not much bigger). shotgun, and didn't even botherto GAY'S '
with improvement projects that have been put The sire was a purebred, bull and get dressedhe( was wearing, NO MONEY DOWN-YOUR OLD

off from day to day, and begin real oldfashioned the mammy was about 3-4, and Jong woolen whatyoucallits, to be Home Appliances RANGE IS YOUR DOWN PAYMENT ;

clean-up campaigns on property they are responsible they tell us that dwarfs are not accurate). Well when he got out .

for. uncommon 'from.purebred strains. there he couldn't see very well, Your Friendly On
We are confident that city officials are an- and he bent down to peer into G $2.Per

xious for the city buildings and property, as that Ever the run out of salt? We read the coop. Unfortunately, he had Norge 'Dealer Week I"S'

well as the streets and facilities, to be in ship here early settlers around failed to button up the rear flap ..
Centennial week rolls used to grind up palmetto of his long woolen suit, and as NOfiGE APPLIANCES IC11
time .
the
shape order by roots and used that substance '
as he was bending over, his bird Model E-34M-VI
around. Taken altogether it looks like a big job a salt substitute. Well, there's anI dog nuzzled him, causing him to MAYTAd WASHERS ik\fGAY'S

but if each and every property owner will take !I I excuse for running out of salt jump and pull the tigger on both COLEMAN ,
full responsibility for his own particular domain, but none whatsoever for runningout shotgun barrels, killing eleven HEATERS and a
an impressive job can be done in no time at all of palmettos. We have a few hens. FLOOR FURNACESWe

and the over-all effect will be amazing. nnnyyyyyyyyyyyny..y.CLAY with flu. Service All Makes HOME APPLIANCESPhone

With, the cooperation of everyone, we can t Of
Appliances
make Starke a city to be proud of when Centen- HILLby We learned Saturday afternoonof 10 Starke, Fla.

nial time rolls around and the visitors begin to ,death.our sister Again, Florence we can Hornsby's truthfullysay Phone 10 "It's Service After the Sale That Counts "

crowd our streets. Starke, Florida
/ Airs. J. L. Strickland this is another of God's chil- '1'
dren who he has called home and

The Baffling Budget &AAAAAAA&AA& A&A&kAAAAAA she is just 'asleep In Jesus until
The Clay Hill P. T. A. is hav-
the great awakening day when all
President Eisenhower sent to Congress the ing one session of its study course of God's children will be calledto BARKSDALE'S
at Ernie STORE WIDE MID
Padgett's house Tuesday WINTER
other day the most remarkable recommended night, the first part of the course come forth and live with Him -

budget in the history of this nation.It was taken at Jack Wilkinson's forever.

constituted the largest demand ever madein house Tuesday evening of last .

peacetime, totaling, on the face of it, almost week. THE RIGHT POINT for the '

seventy-two billions of dollars, or $416 each from Clara Lane of Middleburg spent way you write. Come In and select .

every man woman, and infant in the U.S. In the day Sunday with the Stricfc your favorite ESTERBROOK

addition to this, Capital observers point out that lands at Clay Hill. Fountain Pen TELEGRAPH .D

social security, special highway taxes, and other Nellie Lang is staying with A
odds and ends not included in the figures the Bud Wilkinsons and attend- : .

, wheeled up the Hill, will boost the collective obligation ing school while her parents are ,
of us all to a total of more than eighty- in Tampa with the sick boy, D. Wash Your Clothes r

. five billions! School.B. We miss Nellie from Sunday ,

Even the Secretary of the Treasury, who is 0 Pounds

usually presumed to have a good deal to do with We understand Howard Pad .-

making up the budget, is unhappy about it. He gett is very sick at this writing. For 40c! LOADED WITH VALUES YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO' MISS

told a news conference that the upward spiralof Other sick ones are the three FREE Bleach tf Desired I

Government spending "should promptly be children of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd \ Selection of

stopped." If terrific spending and taxing are not Johns and Faye England's children Selection of

halted, he said, "I predict that you will have Jim 'Strickland was very LADIES COATS SUITS
sick most of last week We Will ,,
a depression that will curl your hair. but is BOYS JACKETS
"I think there are a lot of places in this much improved at the present Dry Your Clothes > .
-
budget that can be cut," said Secretary Hum- time.Rev.. AND DRESSES Lined And Unlined j ..
phrey, and indicated that he expects cuts to be McKinney will be our For 20c
preacher Saturday
night, Jan.
.
category made. Bigger of the spending new budget is called, plus new for in spending'every .Odell 26; Rev.Feb.Cutshaw 9th. Let's Feb.,all 2nd attend; Rev. la New Automatic Driers Values 98 Values 0 q

such as the four-year, two billion dollar these services. Rev. Patterson To To

Federal aid program for school buildings. It filled his appointment at Clay $29.50 2 $3.95 1.0 S

doesn't gibe with :Mr. Eisenhower's pre-election Hill Saturday evening. We were '
Now
promises nor does it reflect that "firm resolu- unable to attend, due to the sickness The Washeteria ,Now r

tion" mentioned by the President in his State- of Mr. Strickland. We inviteall I II
i.
earlier "that to attend these services. .
week ,
of ,
of-the-Union message a t Temple Ave. 8kl I
the' Federal Government shall utilize only a We were glad to have Ola Pad- lk BOYS SHIRTS
gett back in services with 1 Selection
of
that it us
prudent share of the Nation's resources, ,
shall live within its means carefully measuring Sunday. she has been very sick Corduroy, Gabardine and .Ginghams

against need-n alternative proposals for expendi- LADIES SUITS AND DRESSES Value to Now 0
I

ture.This lofty goal seems inconsistent with many INSPECT. YOUR. PROTECT Values Now $ J.98 $5.00. $1.98 Sizes

items in the record-breaking budget. For instance To $1.98 $1.29 1 to 20MEN'S
ROOMS WITH YOU
the rather surprising proposal of an $22.50

"official home" for the Vice President is one
UTMOSTCAKE DOMICILE AND BOYS'PANTS LADIES LADIES
Q ,
of the many items that seem wholly unneces-

sary. Blair House, where President Truman t? I REPAIR 1-3 OFF HATS BAGS 1-3 OFF

while the .
it
lived, quite comfortably seems Value to $4.95
White House was being rebuilt, belongs to the 1-3 OFFLADIES' ON -
Government and is being maintained for distinguished \L MEN'S POLO SHIRTS Now $1.98

guests, who would be even more flat- Ladies Sweaters & Blouses
D 1-2 PRICE
tered if they were house guests of the Vice LADIESGLOVES, AND STOLES Flannel Gowns & Pajamas

President. If an "offical home" is' needed for :: I .I.i. MEN'S AND BOYS' SCARFS Ladies Dresses

fill the the Vice bill.While President. Blair House would seem to : JACKETS 1-3 OFF 1-3 OFF Ladies House CoatsChildren's

wading through. the dizzying arrayof MEN'SSHIRTS 1-3 OFF

figures, we cannot help but wonder about the ,-- -...... Sweaters
reaction of some erstwhile Democrats who REDUCED MEN'SSWEATERS
See Us For Convenient Terms CHILDREN'SSWEATERS 1-2 PRICE
bolted the party in 1952 and voted Republican Value to Now
because of Democratic "extravagance and waste."
The'last Democratic budget was a piker beside With 10.00 4.98 CHILDREN'SDRESSES

Mr. Eisenhower's 1957 model.LIFE'S 6,953.98 ... <:. 1-3 OFF 1-2 OFF & COATS

NO DOWN PAYMENTTARKE 4.952.98 1.3 OFF
Selection of
LIKE THAT: By the time, a man ,r MEN'SSweatshirts
:
;
gets to, understand women, his wife wc{'t let 3.95 1.98 : MEN'S CHILDREN'SCOAT

him out nights. Exchange. '. 1.981.29 SHOES
SWEATERSMEN'S

N..L.J.JLJ Vi SE $1.19 Value to $10.00 Value to $2.95
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 6 S .
EST. 1879 SWEATERS 1-3 OFF 3ien's FlannelPAJAMAS Now $4.98 Now 79c

FLORIDA'S OLDEST' WEEKLY NEWSPAPER BUILDERS SUPPLIES K454333


e UNDER PUBLISHED THE lAMe CONTINO'JSLY MASTHEAD. o :: HATS Value CHILDREN'S to& $3.98 CAPS Value$5.00 _to_ $2.98 Now BARKSDALE'SSTARKE.S L E S

Y rPUBLISHLD EACH FRIDAY AND CNTtPfD AS SECOND CLAUMAyT62t =6lt.i'A'L oB+poE'
AT THE POST OFfCE: AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER Now 1.00 $3.95 __ $1.98 FLA.
THE ACT OP MARCH S. 1979. ,

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FRIDAY. JANUARY BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA
%5, 1951
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tVTTTTTTTTY.TTTTTTTTTTe son and family spent Saturday V.....Y.YP-YYY..Y..YYYW ary of, the Brooker WMU met I a few days with Mr. ad Mrs. G. I. ... '. -- .
evening in Gainesville with Mr. at the home of Joyce Castlen B. Colson. Mrs. Williams is the V .t' .' __ 1"'_. --

LA1VTEYiJy \ and Mrs. Charles Knight. BROOKERBy and studied their forward steps. sister of Mr. Colson. 'II',
Arlie Vernie and Bill Dobbs The Sunbeams of the Brooker Mrs. C. W. Stalnaker attendedthe
Sits. carried Lawrence Dobbs to Lynwood WMU met at the church Thurs funeral services of her aunt, "Super-Right" Extra Lean Small Half or Whole

Joyce T. FutchAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAA.AA Hospital in Augusta on Airs. E. B. Castlen. day afternoon with 12 members Mrs. Rosetta Lovett, in Jackson-

Saturday.The AAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAA..JBirthday present. Refreshments were served ville Monday.
Everett C. B. Hiatt family spent by the leader, Mrs. H. C. Daug- There are quite a number of
Burney of Jacksonville
the weekend at'Crystal River Party las. people on the sick list this week,
visited hia'mother, Mrs. Georgia Mr. and Mrs. V FRESH PORKLB
G. E. Green
Ann with Mrs. Nellie Hiatt. en- Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham, among them Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Sapp last
Saturday. Mrs.
tertained with a birthday partyfor and family and Mr. and Mrs. Nettles, Wayne and Cecil Wade
Mrs. C. E. Strickland of Gaines-
Burney is a patient in St. Vin- their niece little Cherie Hinton
-
cent's Hospital.Mrs. ville visited her sister Miss Elizabeth Lloyd Wood and son spent the Slalnaker, and Joyce Castlen and
afternoon at their .
Lulu Dority is visiting i I I Terry, on Saturday.Mr. home.Sunday old. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. R. sons "i
Cherie was one year A. Guest in Nashville, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Dangerous -
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and Those attending were Mrs. Ernest
Rev. C. B. Stallings attended and Miss Rusa of Eliza-
and Mrs. M. Jenkins, in Jackson- family of Jacksonville were week- Edwards and children, Susie Wait,
the 6th district missions meetingin beth, N. C. were visiting Mr. and
ville this'week. end guests of Mrs. Dobb's -
parents Bill Hinton, Johnnie and
Maguar Palatka Mrs. Ernest Russ and Mr. and
:Mrs. Mary Rivers and daughterof Mr. and :Mrs. Walter Wilker- Mr.. and Mrs. J. W. Worthingtonand Tuesday. IIVAMS 49CV
Kenneth Mott of Pensacola spent Mrs. C. L. Atkinson this week.
Green Cove and Mrs. B. E. children of Gainesville. Cherie
son.Mr. the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mra Ernest Russ and
Curlee and daughter of Jackson- and Mrs. Arnold Valenti of received many lovely gifts and
Rev. and Mrs. Howard Mott. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson and
ville were Sunday guests of Mr. Jacksonville were Sunday'guests cake and ice cream was then
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Green and Mrs. J. W. Dukes arid daughterof
and Mrs. Carl Carter. They all of Mr. and :Mrs. Ed Carter. served.
family and Mrs. Rosa Pinholster Lake Butler were visiting Vance
visited Mrs. Ed Durban in Brad- Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Hicks and Garden Club Meets
attended the Golden Wedding of Russ in the Orlando hospital Satur- f
ford Hospital in the afternoon. the M. C.. McAteer family are The Brooker Garden Club met
Mr. and Mrs. George Bishop of day.
Others that were in to see Mrs. moving to Jacksonville this week. last Friday night in the Civic Mandarin last week.
Durban were Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Smith and Center. Mrs. Klienman gave a .
Kelly Mrs. Mary Reddish and family of Jacksonville were Sun demonstration of flower arrange- Mr. and Mrs. Wallie Crews.of QUARTET TO SING "Super-Right" Western Lean "Super-Right" Young Tender
Melrose are spending a few days The Melody Quartet of Knoxville -
Mrs. Joyce Futch. day guests of Mr. and Mrs.: G. ments. Hostesses for the eveningwere %
this week with friends and rela- Tenn. ,will sing at the Pentecostal
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette of W. Sapp and family.Mr. Mrs. Inez Green and Mrs. V
Valdosta, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray- and Mrs. H. H. Louise Wood. :Mrs. W. E. Big- tives.Mr. Holiness Church in Starke ifoRIBS BEEF LIVER
HamiltoI and Mrs A. T. Williams of Tuesday, Feb. 5. Everyone is invited sp .
mond Williams of Jacksonville had as Sunday guests : I ham, president, wishes to remindall I:
New Port Richey are spendinh gGENERAL to hear the gospel singing.
spent the weekend with Ed Dur- Mrs. Lavon Sharpe and family, the members that next montis .
ban and sons. Mrs. Boyette re- and Mr. and :Mrs. Tom Tomlinsonof to be the visit and tour of the, V

mained for a longer visit with Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Nor Florida Landscape Nursery in LB 39c V' L8.23C
her father. man Hamilton of Jacksonville, and Leesburg.

The H. R. Barretts and Mr. and :Mr. and :Mrs. Lynn Hamilton.Mr. Music! Festival

Mrs., Bryant Wilkersoh of the and .Mrs. A. J. (Buddy) The New River Association

State Farm were weekend guests Starling are spending sometime Music Festival was held at the

of :Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Wilker- with the H. C. Harley family.Mr. Brooker Baptist: Church Sunday : ELECTRIC
son. and Mrs. Charles Lang and afternoon. Jimmy Crosby of Ann Page Tender Cooked Baked (3 Varieties)

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rauler- family of Jacksonville visited Mr. Starke, Associational Music Direc-I
'SPEED
and Mrs. Edwin Padgett on Sun tor, in Choirs II MULTI-CYCLE
was
son and family attended a Sing- charge. parliciDalina I

ing Convention at Westconnet day.Mr. I c>- in n_ this_____ were n ___ _Starke.______,I C
Church of Christ in Jacksonvillelast : and Mrs. D. W. Starling, :Kingsley Lake, Bayless Hiway, NEW 1957 AUTOMATIC 'BEANS
1-LB
Sunday afternoon. the Edwin Starling family, and 'Beulah and Brooker. CAN 0

Mrs. Effie Boatwright and fami- the H. T. Markham family of i Lingerie Shower H 'WASHER

ly were visiting the I. J. Man- Gainesville enjoyed a picnic at I' Mra: Alan Land, a recent bride, I

nings at Manning Station Sun- Orange Springs Sunday. I I was the honoree at a lovely lingerie .
day. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilson and shower at the home of Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly daughter were shopping in Jacksonville I Howard Wait last week. Games NEW

and Mrs. Margaret Kelly were in on Saturday. were directed by Polly Wait. Ann Page BlendedSYRUP I I240Z

Brooker Sunday to help Mr. and Mrs. 'Joe Frigo and daughter of Prizes were won by Shirley SIMPLIFIED II

Mrs. G. B. Colson celebrate their :Jacksonville visited her mother, Green, Carrie Jean McCaes, Kathy I

Golden Wedding Anniversary.The Mrs. Lu Griffis, Saturday.Mr. Harrell, Mary Dennis, and An- H
Robert Waldron family and Mrs. Kenneth Kinesof nette Green. Refreshments were i'I 45c I II

have moved from the home of Jacksonville were Sunday served by Mrs. Wait, assisted: by .

V Mrs. Senie Prevatt and are occupying guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin her mother Mrs. Hazel Woodin. 2 WASH SPEEDS : '\, I
the Phillip Sullivan house. Rosier and family. Bridal Shower
'
The Leroy Dons have moved in Mr. and Mrs. Leon Brewer and A miscellaneous shower was 2 SPIN SPEEDS

with Mrs. Prevail. family of Keystone Heights spent given at the Civic Center Tuesday

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Williamsand the weekend with the Otis Brewer night Jan. 15, honoring Miss ,PLUS
son of Lake City and Mrs. family. Frances Barry, who became the OVER 50bi. A&P Our Finest Quality Tomato

Nona Priest of Starke were Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Frances Campbell bride of Alan Land on Saturday,

day afternoon guests of Mr. and spent the weekend in Gainesville Jan. 19. Games were directed by
Mrs. Hubert Priest and family.Mr. with Mr. Campbell's sister and Mrs. H. C. Douglas and Mrs. MORE CLOTHES -

and Mrs. Butch Wise o brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. \Vilf Joyce Castlen, and a prize was CAPACITY THAN JUICE .

Starke spent Sunday with Mr.. liamson.Mr. awarded to Mrs. Dave Green. The MANY OTHERAUTOMATIC _6OZCAN2.9C
and :Mrs. Ralph Wise and sons. and :Mrs. Mitchell Brown honoree received many lovely WASHERS 1--

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston and and family visited the Winton gifts. .
.
family and J. B. Teston were Parrish family at the State Farm Refreshments of open faced .. -
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Sunday afternoon.
sandwiches
punch were served MODEL i UI
Mrs. G. W. Teston in Jacksonville.Mrs. Mrs. Martha Wells attended a Water Temperature Selector ll
Nellie Mae Dryden of B. P. W. meeting in St. Augustine -.to the were 56 guests Mrs. C.attending.B. Stallings Hostesses -, Detergent Dispenser Detergents, WA-850P. {I"'nl' Jane Parker Light Tender Angel FoodCAKE I

Jacksonville visited her last Sunday. Bluing, Bleaches are Thoroughly/ )"..
stepfather ;
Mrs. M. O. Harrell, Mrs. A. L. Dissolved .
Perry Davis, on Wednesday.The Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Robdin Green :Mra H. C. Douglas, Mrs.L. S Illuminated, Easy-to-Read Controls HOME OF

James Waters family visit- of Jacksonville were visiting Mrs.G. L. Parker, Mrs. J. C. Harrell, Easy Top Loading-Lid Slays Open
ed Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higgin- A. Sapp Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Without Support
Mrs. Aubrey Hazen, Mrs. Howard
botham In Maxville :: Robelin is the 39ce
on Sunday. daughter of
Wait, Airs. G. E. Green, and Mrs. I LARGE RING
Sunday evening guests of th3 the late Mr. and Mrs. Hersey Castlen. Automatically removes LOW PRICE
L. P. Rafuse family were Mrs. Hill.
_
Home Demonstration Club
Lewis Crews and Mr. and Mrs. Members of Brooker HDC .sand, lint and soap scum. GENERAL $-, ELECTRIC ..
Q. J Raulerson of Jacksonville.Jack At The Tabernacle thee ,
Crawford and family .met Tuesday afternoon in the APPLIANCJS ,
Civic Center with 11 present and
Mr.spent and Sunday Mrs.in Bruce Jacksonville Crawford.with Registrations at the Gospel two -visitors.: Mra Lawrence''-Wiggins FIn; Washable Shortening e

Tabernacle to view the painting, presided in the absence of G. J: raiFF APPLIANCESGENERAL
Miss Clara Boone of Jacksonville "The Feast of Belshazzar," during the president. Mrs. Tim Rogers LUX FLAKES DEXO
spent the weekend with i the A&P'S OWN
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Green. Cecil from past week, show visitors reported that the quilt made by Reg. 33c 3-lb can 83c
widely scattered points the Club had been sold and that
Olsen came for her Sunday after- throughout the Nation. ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Regular Size ALL PURPOSE OILqt.
noon. they had an order for anotherone. Chicken of the Sea
The picture of Palestine, sched- :Miss Rosa demonstration
Floyd Lee of Lake Butler spent uled for last gave a COR. CALL AND WALNUT PHONE 229 LUX SOAP Chunk Tuna
Friday night, were on measuring for fitting a
Saturday with Mr. and Mrs.
Wilmot Starling and Patricia. because postponed until Friday Jan. 25, pattern. STARKE, FLORIDA 3 bars for 25c 61%.oz 31c DEXOLA[
of the severe cold and Coffee and cake were served by
Miss Geneva Green Sun-
spent
day with Miss Rosa Mary Well- lack of heating facilities in the the hostesses, Mrs. C. L. Atkin- We Service Everything We Sell With Face Cloth Red Heart ((3 Diets)
Annex, where all sound films and son and Mrs. Lottie EdwardaThe
hausen In :Maxville.Mr. .
BREEZEReg DOG FOOD
pictures are shown. Intermediate Girls Auxili- :bottle
.
and Mrs. Marklee Padgett .
and family of Clay Hill were Sun- 33c 2 Mb cans, 29c 59cDetergent

day guests of the Theodore Crews
family.Mr. I. Sunshine Tasty

and Mrs. J. R. Davis and LUX LIQUID FIG CAKES Equal to the Best
family of Jacksonville Sunday
spent
with Vernie Padgett and 12-oz size 39c 14 3-4 oz 33c Yet Costs You Less!

family. .
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Newsomeand Detergent Laundry Bleach .
Jt-"
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark and RINSO CLOROXGiant

family were Sunday dinner guests .
CAP'N JOHNS FROZEN
+ItNrT.
of the Pitt Newsomes in Baldwin. 75c r2.gal. 31c

Mrs. J. R. Hinson of Jacksonville -

spent Sunday with the E. C. '..,.. GOLDEN

Johns Tip Dixon family.of Haleyville. Ala. is Ib OYSTERS
r -wi- pw-- RIPE BANANAS 1 Dc
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs !
W. R. Dixon e. .:..., 1 r .:rn.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish .rrrrrrrr-rarw-rrr.,
rrrrrrea e r>t.uwrr.reaeasf t. 1/ .
attended a meeting of the American r: FRESH


While Bakeries there they in visited Jacksonville.Mrs. S SQUASH pound 15c STEW

Dorman.Reddish's mother Mrs. Frank

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harley and

family visited Mrs. J. E. Sherwood Sib bag 70-oz can
who was injuried in an automobile ORANGES 25 21c

accident Sunday morn- Chevrolet shows you some important differences in low-priced cars just hy
ing in Bradford County Hospital .. .. ... I
Sunday afternoon.Mrs. FRESH ROASTED
Eve Godwin of Starke at- '

tended services at the First Bap- lib 9

tist church, and waS the dinner the look on its face PEANUTS 39cA&P

Reddish.guest of her mother Mrs. Mary ,, FROZEN BROCCOLI

HAM SUPPER-Sponsored by .
Lawtry Lions Club for Polio Fund, 'J t

School Cafeteria, Friday Jan. 25, .. ONSOW31b bag SPEARS

from 7 p. m. Tickets $L- ,Wouldn't you say that most of the '57 cars car in its field with a lacquer finish that I 19'

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwardsand look good from 50 feet away but what about only Chevrolet Be Air models give you foam

family of Daytona spent the from 50 inches away? rubber cushions in front and rear seats as lO-oz Pkg 15e
weekend with the Dan Harleys.Rev. CRISP TENDER TEXAS

and Mrs. Lonnie Dobbs What does a close-up of the grille tell you, for standard equipment. These are j just a few of :
and son, Raymond, of Ashford, the advantages of Body by Fisher. And 2 Ib bag '
example? Is it solidly made like the new 19CFANCY
Ala., :Mrs. Arch Dobbs, and Miss Chevrolet, you know, is the only low-priced CARROTS A&P Frozen French Fried
Helen Hollingsworth of Raiford, Chevrolet grille? Or, in comparison does it that has Fisher
and Mrs. Jim Conner of Starke, look less rich in design-feel less strong and car a

attended services -at the First solid? Compare the quality and construction Body. GOLDEN

Baptist Church on Sunday. Rev. of the bumpers and headlights, the fit of the POTATOES9oz
Dobbs was the guest speaker. chrome trim. We'll be glad to give CIIEVBOLET RIPE PEARS pound 19 c
Mr. Anderswere close-up comparative
and Mrs. O. J. you a -

shopping in Jacksonville on The more closely you look all around the car, look at this Pkg 2 for 25c

Saturday. the more clearly you'll see that Chevrolet has new Chevy any time REGULAR WHITEPOTATOES
Mr. .
and Mrs Arthur Pearce,
Mrs. Troy Bennett and Gary the edgein the way it's put together. You'll you care to come in. 1USACHEVROLET 10 Ib bag

were Sunday dinner guests of the find, for instance, that Chevrolet is the only This week, maybe? 57 45 Hill-0-Home Brand Candied

Johnny Bennett family at the L. s
State Farm.

Mr. and Mrs. o. J. Phillipshad .
urww eees..w wee wes
as Sunday Mr. acre YAMS
guests
and Mrs. Coleman evening Phillips of : Onlyfranchised Chevrolet dealers i display this famous trademark

Gainesville ; .. e e e e
and Mr. and, Mrs. A ..'''' t.ti
James Phillips and daughter of
Starke. 14-oz Pkg 2 for 49c

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennett and : RATLIFF CHEVROLET COMPANY : -. ,
:
daughters visited Mr. and Mrs.

Jesse Smith and family in Starke 412 CALL.ST. STARKP .FT;'A- Prices in this ad ,effective through
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on'Sunday. : :k'V; .West OB St. Star ke, Florida Phone 111 Saturday, January 26

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FRIDAY, .JA L.\Rv-0" ..>...*.:. 1951
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f 8 88 81 I Observe Golden Wedding Brother And Sister Teachers Outline Carter To Address Religious Study

Celebrate Birthdays
Credit Union....Meeting I
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Newman Ii i Course For AdultsTo
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p5 Homer W. Carter, district
T) Legislative AimsContinued
I .f entertained at a delightful party
Saturday night at the American f representative for the Credit Begin MondayAn
; Union will be at
guest speaker
\Gladys who Legion Hall for their son, Sidney, ( from Page 1) the sixth annual meeting cf the
was celebrating his 18th organization
Monty birthday and pital Board. Trail Ridge Credit Union in the meeting for
anniversary their
-35 USO, an adult study class in
Phone building Saturday night, religious
f daughter, Alice Faye who was Morgan blames the situation on i
,, ,, ,. her the failure Jan. 26 at 7:30 o'clock.' He will education will be held Monday
,.... J #J Z celebrating 16th birthday an of the assessment
explain the function of the National in the
., niversary. program to keep pace with the night Bradford High!
Dr. Middleton To Fete 45th AnniversaryFeted The hall was beautifully dec- rest of the state. Too much of Credit Union. School library L. H. Gibson

With With DinnerMr. orated with pink and green crepe the millage is needed to match The dividend for, the year 1956 director of the Adult Education
80th Birthday paper streamers and multicolored state funds under the Minimum will be presented and voted on;j'[Program announced this week..
rh at thin
Open House Here and Mrs. Garl Mathews balloons. The two refreshment, Foundation Program and not will meeting; by-law changes C. L. Overturf, a minister
tables held three-tiered enough money left for local use, be pesented and voted on;
celebrated their 45th wedding a birthday and instructor at BHS
and new directors will has been
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. anniversary at a small dinner cake and cake squares, he said. be elected, selected as coordinator
as well as new for the
members of the
will hold open house on Wednesday party Monday evening at the Coca-Calos, and hot chocolatewere In their legislative proposals, Credit Committee course. For the initial
and meeting
afternoon, Jan. 30, on the occasion Garden Restaurant. I served. the teachers go .beyond the im- visory Committee. Super- each minister in the County has

of Dr. Middleton's 80th Enjoying the affair with the Dancing. was enjoyed by the mediate County problem and sug- been asked to send one
birthday anniversary. No invitations hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Lowell 200 guests during the eveningand gest actions to be taken on a All employees of duPont and from his congregation.representative

are !being sent, but all. Mathewa of Starke Mr. and Mrs. i s prizes were awarded to De- state level. !bers Humphreys of the Gold Credit who Union are mem- Gibson indicated the class is
friends are invited to call between Herbert Hunt, and Mrs. Marie Wayne and Angela 'Elder in a to are an experiment to see if "sucha
urged attend.
the hours of 3 and 6 o'clock. Wilson of Jacksonville Beach, dancing contest.Chaperoning Mrs. James Hornsby 'employees Currently, 279 class can function without
i of the Highland and
1 and Crane Barnett of Bloomfield, and friction." Gibson said
Garden Club To Hear I II Newmans were Mr..assistingthe and Mrs.I Taken By Death Here I'Trail in Ridge the plants local o have rganrza membership H on. is planned that the group that itself it

la.BPW i I II Charlie Cowen Mrs. Betty Sherwood Refreshments will be served will decide upon its own
Talk On Camellias Mra Florence Strickland Horns ,
Members Go To I I A- r Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rogers I by 83, died Saturday morning at after the meeting topics for study and discussion.
I Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Kite Jr., and
Joe Hill Williams of Lake But- Meet I II I I her home near Starke after a
St. Augustine Perry Kite.
ler, authority on Camellias, will I prolonged illness. She was born
give a talk and display several I Members of the local BPW Jan. 3, 1874, the daughter of the AL'VAKEl' MUKlj Ien's Clothing lll III

specimens at the January meeting i Club attended a District meeting ." : 1" I late Abraham and Armadilla,I Established 1894
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of the Starke Garden Clubon i t-the Ponce de Leon Hotel in tiutxu Wardwell Strickland, early settlers
Monday evening at 7:30 o'clockin St. Augustine last Sunday. I : of Kingsley Lake. She was mar .
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson low pompom nosegays. At one
.SL Mark's Parish House. Third Vice President, ried to James Hornsby and spent
The State
[ celebrated their end of the .table
wedding
I golden was p. lovely I
Anyone interested in the prop, Miss Maxine McIntyre of Lake- anniversary Sunday afternoon at silver coffee service where Mrs. most of her life on their farm PROTECT
east of Starke.
agation of Camellias is cordially land was the principal speaker.An their home in Brooker when their M. F. Hazen and Mrs. V. V.' 1 + I your DRIVER'S licenseBUY
invited to attend this meeting. election of district officerswas son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Hazen presided. The punch table Besides her husband she is'
Hostesses for the evening will held. Mrs. J. D. Doyle and Mrs. R. A. Colson of Starke, en- was overlaid with a cutwork cloth, survived by two daughters, 1\lrs.1
be: Mrs. Ewell Lawson, chair- Miss Della Rosenberg took parton tertained at "open house" in their centered with a crystal punch Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Un- Hazel Hall of Starke, and Mrs.

man, :Mrs. c. E. Johns, Mrs. the program. honor. bowl which was encircled with derill of Charleston, S. C. an- Pearl Burris of Green Cove

B. Alvarez, Mrs. T. J. R'I Those from the Starke Club I The Colson home was beautiful gold portacorpus, gold fern and nounce the birth of a son, RobertW. (Springs; four sons: Elmer and LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCENo
Demorest. Mrs. E. A. Hall, Underill Jr., on Jan. 19 atDoctor's 'Marklee J. Hornsby 'both of Jacksonville -
and Mrs. R. F attending were yellow Misses Yvonne
for the occasion with arrangements pompoms.
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:Mrs. J. D. DOYle, Airs:, MarthaBales of seasonal: flowers, with Harrell, Annette Green, and Hospital, Starke. Mr*. and Russell and Wilbt4// Membership
Miss Della Rosenberg, Miss the golden hue predominating.The Kathryn Harrell presided at the Underill is the former Doris Mon- Hornsby of Starke; one : Fees 6 Mo. Policies

Madge Middleton, Mrs. Nate Dyal, mantel in the living room punch bowl.Standing Crief. ,James L. Strickland of Clay Hill;;
Mrs. Lonnie Harley Mrs. Pauline I was a focal point with a fan- in the :receiving line Bradford County Hospital: announces -I.,16 grandchildren, and 16 great
..DAEBICTARKE Mrs. Pansy the following biIths: 1 randchildren.I DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY
Torode all of Starke, shaped arrangement of yellow were Mrs. R. A. Colson, Mrs. J. I
Quigley and Mrs. Lee Dunnevantof gladioli, and gold magnolia K. Douglas and Air. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Brownof I I Funeral services were held .
pompoms
FLA. Green Cove Springs and Mrs. i leaves. In the dining room Colson. Mra. G. B. Colson was Earleton Beach, a son, James.I[:Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in 136 W. Call! Street Phone 285
Anita Querio of Jacksonville. I the buffet held a center arrange- attired in a lovely Navy blue Eugene, Jan. 17. the Kingsley Lake Baptist I
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Law of |Church, of which she was a member i
SUN.. MON., TUES., |ment of yellow gladioli and pom- lace afternoon dress complimented !
JAN. 27.28.29 Supper Slated To Aid poms, flanked by three-branched with a yellow rosebud corsage. Starke a daughter, 'Betty Jean, Officiating ministers were -

DOUBLE FEATURE candelabra holding burning yellow Dianne Colson. a granddaughter Jan. 18. Rev. Lacy Conway, Rev. Curtis
March Of Dimes Fund tapers. The 'beautifully appointed of the honorees, was in chargeof Mr. and Mrs. Chester F. Dough Harris, and Rev. Richard Lee.
TRAPEZE refreshment table was the guest book and Mrs.Gene erty of Hawthorne, a son, Henry Interment was in the family plotin r'or fast pain relief. --=
CINEMASCOPE A spaghetti supper for the overlaid with a madeira cloth and Long presided at the gift Clark, Jan. 18. the church cemetery with De- .
benefit of the March of Dimes Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Starling Witt C. Funeral
Jones Home in
Burt Lancaster, Gina; Lollobrigidaand centered with a three-tiered wed- tables. Also assisting in servingand I
will be held Thursday evenings for of Macclenny, a daughter Shir- charge of arrangements.Active .
with a miniature caring the guests were
Curtis cake topped
Tony Jan. 31 from 6 to 8 o'clock in the ding ley Ann, Jan, 19. i fbp
Plus Feature Methodist Recreation building, bride and groom. On the Mrs. E. C. Long and Mrs. A. G. il l pall bearers were Ira BUFFERIN
second layer of the cake was Hazen Wilson Zenas Griffis, Gene Grif- s
NEW MEXICOAnd given by the Beta Sigma Phi engraved 1907-1957. Around the Calling between the appointed PqrkofPalmstalks fis, Ned Coleman, A. R. Johnson,
sorority. Admission $1 per plate. cake wag a ruffling of yellow hours 3 to 5 o'clock were ap- and Leon Ellington. .
Color Cartoon
Everyone is invited to attend. aqua net interspersed with yel- proximately 250 guests.was I To Feature I twice as fast as aspirin! ( 25cdoesn't

WED. THURS., JAN. 30.31 Beta Sigma Phi I II t Baby Doll To Play

DOUBLE FEATURE J Central AfricaCentral I At Florida Theatre .. upset your stomach!

GUN BROTHERSBuster I The Beta Sigma Phi\ sororitywill I '- /::-" -
Crabbe and Ann Robinson meet Monday night at 8 :Africa will hold the I Baby Doll Elia Kazan's pro- -- ---
o'clock at the home of Mrs. Jo- '. \ spotlight of attention during theoneweek duction centering around a 19-
PLUS seph B. Warren in Pinehaven' missionary conference year-old girl caught in the con- KOCH DRUG STOREHART

The Scarlet HourCarol subdivision with Mrs. M.: A. P : starting Sunday, Jan. 27, at flict of a strange marriage and an

Ohmart, Tom Tryon, Jody ne as cohostess.The Y-1 Park of- the Palms, Keystone !attraction for a stranger will be
Lawrence and Nat "King" Cole I sorority is also giving ,. March of Dimes activities continue superb, the champagne tops, Heights, and continuing through I featured Sunday, Monday and''
.. spaghetti supper Thursday eve-i 1 to occupy the social calendar aunt (Ruby Johns) that the food Friday Feb. 1.Missionaries Tuesday at the Florida Theatre.
ning, Jan. 31, from 6 to 8 o'clock'' with more coffees, dances, and the conversation good ... home from the Baby Doll is portrayed by the
FRI., SAT., FEB. 1.2 and other events than; Prince Ranier is friendly, but FURNITURE CO.
in the Methodist Recreation build- suppers field will present a first-hand new screen discovery, Carroll
DOUBLE FEATURE ing for the benefit of the Marchof you can shake a stick at ... but seems slightly shy (of all things), picture of the opportunities and Baker. Co-starredt| in the drama

Abbott & Costello 4 Dimes. anyway it's fun trying .. Community says Lot .. Kate and Her problems of this needy area. are Karl Maiden as her husband,
Club at the State Farm Serene Highness talked shop The Sudan Interior Mission, and Eli Wallach, as the stranger. 0
Meet the Keystone Brownlee CircleThe will be the scene of a Polio Bene that is, exchanged ideas about founded in 1892, now sponsors I The story was written especiallyfor p
fit tonight (Friday) start "raising kids" ...
Party more than 1,200 missionaries on the screen by Tennessee Williams -
KopsBud Brownlee Circle of the ing at 7:30 .. There'll be dancing Aliese Harding will join husband the field. Representing the a specialist in revealing the
Abbott and Lou Costello I First Baptist Church met Monday and home baked goods will Tommy at Moody AFB work for this conference will be raw emotions and passions in his

PLUS night at the home of Mrs. S. L. be on sale .. Admission is t a Valdosta, Ga., this weekend .. the Home Director, Dr. M. A, characters Williams has previously -
modest 25c for adults and 15c. Rev. J. B. Williams, been awarded Pulitzer Prizes
Durroch,
Black Horse Peek Jr. Mrs. Randal Chitty leader Harry C. prod Jr. and family
Canyon presided. The devotional was for children Fun for all!... i from Palatka Southeastern representative, Rev.. for his plays, "A Streetcar Named
have moved here
TECHNICOLORJoel given by Mrs. Tommy Nolin pro- Bertha Pearce gave a March of: Tommy Titcomb, home after: I Desire" and "Cat on a Hot Tin
MeCrea and Marl Blanchard gram chairman. The mission book, Dimes coffee Wednesday after and are at home at 1214 Bradford more than 40 years of servicein I Roof." .

Plus Serial Chapter No. 3 "Japan Advances," was reviewedby noon, and Hazel Matthews and St., Saratoga Heights :77,. Africa, and Rev. Richard Reed, I Kazan is recognized as one of
Color Cartoon for Kids Mrs. Kate Sheppard. Refresh- Ted Johns were hostesses Thurs Lois Beebe, 11, has been confinedto director of station ELWA, the the foremost directors of stage Many have taken this once-a-year opportunity

ments were served by the hostess. day morning at the home of the Doctors Hospital for the past I mission radio station broadcasting and screen and is responsible for to save on their Home Furnishings -
latter Beta Sigma Phi is two weeks with a broken shoulder the Gospel to all of Africa. such films as "Streetcar Named
giving a benefit spaghetti sup- received while playing on the Services will be held morning, Desire" "East of Eden" we invite you to come to our store and see

I t ti per for the fund next Thursday I I monkey bars at school .. Add ,afternoon, and evening on Jan. men's Agreement" and "Gentle-I the Sale!
Bargains
t on
1 night from 6 to 8 in the Methodjst Mournful Mump-ateers: Ruth 27. Water Front. .many

1i ( recreation hall Teenagers Crosby, Jan Thompson, Cheryl I Service times for the week are

are planning their own Wood, and Carolyn Crews .. Sunday at 11 a.m., 3 p.m., and
i EcTfleFILPiII' Dimes dance next week, and the S. G. and Ernestine Denmarkare 8 p.m.; each week-day morning at Nancy Bates Wins BIG SAVINGS ON LIVING ROOM
j climax, of course, will be the an attending the Furniture Martat 9:30: p.m.; and each evening at Homemaker Contest

nual ball in the USO, February High Point, N. C. this week 8.

2 ... If you don't make at least ... Mae Hatcher is "keeper of Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. will I Nancy Bates, a BHS senior, has AND BEDROOM GROUPSAND
one of these events, you must be the kids".. Idell Landrum left feature a large missionary rally been named the Betty Crocker 1
; the original Herbie the Hermit,, Thursday for Houston, Texas with special music.Bradford I Homemaker of Tomorrow in

\ himself .. where she has accepted a positionas Starke. She received the highestscore -
Hear that Sylvia Paulk, David physical therapist in the Meth- 4Her'sn in a written examinationon

and George Canova, Lera Lawson odist Hospital .. She's been homemaking knowledge and Dinnette SuitesHideaway ,

Levy Canova Jr., and Donna home the past five weeks .. Shi Exhibit attitudes taken by graduatinggirls
Vie
Killinger caused a minor sensationlast Anne Smith loaned her record in the high school here. Sofas

Saturday night when they collection for a dance about a Her examination paper will
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arrived at the Louis Armstrong month ago and can't seem to Competition was keen for about now be entered in competition Platform Rockers
concert at the U of F in Gaines- locate them now ... Would like 15 4-H youngsters exhibiting good with those 'of 164 other school I
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ville in George's shiny, black to have them backAdele Angus beef animals at the district winners to name Florida's cand- Mattresses
((1946 vintage) Cadillac limousine Scholl is in Suffolk, Va. visiting show in Jacksonville, Jan. 1112.. idate for the title of all-Ameri-

t III'f .. Buzzy Green chauffeuredthe friends until Sunday, and will Lynn White, 11-year-old son of can Homemaker of Tomorrow.The .
f entourage in high style, sit- then join a group of U of F art Mr. and Mrs. J. B. White of national winner will be named Sofa Beds 123 EAST CALL STREET

I ting up front, decked out in students in New York for a weekof Raiford Road, was among the May 2 and will receive a $5,000 PHONE 80
chauffeur's cap and long coat, studying fashions ... happy exhibitors. Even though his scholarship. And Many Others I
I : : ci-ii r while the others rode in back be- Lucille Mundorff reports that Angus heifer was in the red rib-I I I' f

: hind the glass partition .. Hear her electric sewing machine was bon group, Lynn was proud of -'
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-=== ::; that Buzzy acted the part per- taken from lier front porch on hisplacing. He has consigned his ,,- '" -- -- I
'LftJLt: fectly, letting the party out at Laura St. Tuesday night where 18-month-old heifer to the South-

t the door, and then fetching the she had left it for a repair man eastern Show and Sale at Ocalain REVOLUTIONARY

: : limousine for them and waitingat ... Joe and Bobbie (Cameron) early March. The purchaser of
t the door at the close of the Valinski and daughter, Barbara this heifer will make a good buy.Lynn's LIQUID ALUMINUM COATINGS IN COLOR Nt
Ia1F t concert ...Others attending the Ann, have moved to 28 Trahan cash award at the Jacksonville i

concert were Mac and Margaret Ave., Worcester, Mass. Joe was show was $7.
i iqG McGriff, Pat McGriff J. E. Den- recently discharged from the Anthony, son of Mr. and Mrs. If you own, manage or maintain property

mark, Betty Lu Harris, and Bill Navy and they plan to live per- Lonnie Crawford, exhibited the Bring of this advertisement to f
i a
FULL WIDTH FREEZER' in copy
Smith ... manently in Worcester according top New, Hampshire pullet
EXTRA DEEP CHILLER TRAY/X; Glad to hear that F. B. (Frank) to Joe)... according to Bobbie: competition With some 250 com

3 FULL WIDTH SHELVES Beard is improving nicely after I "hmmmmmm"... Bill Tilly cele- peting birds. His three pullets R. L. REDDISH AND SON f
2 ROOMY VEGETABLE DRAWERS undergoing surgery in Bradford brated his birthday Tuesday, and took two blue and one red ribbon

Hospital last Friday ... See sister, Peggy Godwin, observed and he also received a special YOUR DUNCAN-STEWART DEALER H
3 REMOVABLEADJUSTABLE f I) Ruth Sibley, bank steno, flash- her's Wednesday at a family ribbon for the best pullet in the

DOOR SHELVES v With Trade ing a ring from Charles Johns I get-together ... Lou Graudonwas show. His prize money was $4. For Free Sample Of il)i
t lUTTEft COMPARTMENT a of Humphreys ... Joanne Slade the honoree on her seventh Other 4-H members exhibiting
NOME
QEt ; I i
,* HIGH QUALITY.LOW PRICE has been chosen as one of the six I when Her mother, Vera (Mrs. poultry were Virginia Parrish, ORE lYE MULTIPURPOSE
t 1 -.l.< jI I III i It' II girls in the Sigma Chi Sweet- birthday last Friday afternoon Carolyn Norman, Rudolph Sapp, '
t I heart Court at Emory, and is Fred) entertained 24 little friendsat Joe Sapp and Robert Salmon. }

in the ... All poultry exhibits were birds
the only Freshman group a gala party :
t PRICE1951 ... The queen will be chosen at Dick Torode celebrated his from an. annual special project .PIG MEN TED AND PIGMENtED .
G-S. KEFRIGERATOBS a dances there tonight ... ,Lois third birthday anniversary Mon that involves 10 members each WitH
WITH ) 'I
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m.mt. .
Adkins Pope returned to her day afternoon with a small party year. A new project will start in \ 1 I 1 1a

et iI I i i I home in Norfolk, Va. Sunday after for a few friends ... Gilda Graham March with another 10 members. I." "LCOA !L- 11
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spending a week with her observed her seventh milestone M I '
pLIjNIINUMComplete '
brother and sister, Andy Adkina with a party on Jan. 17 Spelling ContestsFinals U 1NU --.;;:;-.. 1

G. J.I MCGRIFF APPLIANCESGENERAL and Hazel Guy and their familiesin for 14 youngsters ... Favors were r a ,.

Gainesville ... Lois'mother jump ropes for the girls, and in the forthcoming coun-

(Mrs. A. z.) who has been with toy autos for the boys ... Don't ty.wide spelling match will be Information Regarding/-The/ Application
ELECTRIC APPLIANCES the Popes since November, stayed forget the Powder Puff football held Friday night, March 22, in
'with the children ... game at the stadium Saturday the Starke elementary school ., And Uses of This Guaranteed Coating

COR. CALL AND WALNUT PHONE 229 Hear that Lot and Kate Ensey, night at 8 ... The Junior and cafetorium. Students in grades R L. REDDISH AND SON "
along with six other officers and Senior girls will battle it out fora 5 through 8 will compete in the ..
STARKE FLA. their wives of the 6th Fleet, were worthy cause-the Senior trip contest and two will be selected
i. invited for luncheon with Prince to Washington, D. C. this spring.i! from each school for the county Feeds Groceries Meats

We Service Everything We Sell :. Ranier and Princess Grace at the So long ... see you in the finals. Route No. 2, Box 83 Phone 283J Starke, Florida
Monaco palace during the Christmas next ... I I The district finals will be held
I. holidays... Lot writes his -Carolyn Friday, April 13. .

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.... I' r jj-_ I- r yyyyyyyyyryyyyyyyyYyYYyy of the will of Louise Bohn, a/k/a on or beforevsaid d.ate. as requiredby above named Court and cause and
Louise Bohn King deceased.W. the Laws of Florida and Rulesof and you are required to serve a
Team '. H. MaxwelL' Executor Court. If you fail to so do. a copy of your answer or pleading to
Teaching I II STATE FARMBy 1/25 4t 2/15. decree pro contesso will be entered the complaint on the Plaintiffs
against you for the relief Attorney Mack S. Futch. P. O.
In the Clrenlt Court of the EIgbUI'Judicial demanded in the complaint. This Box !943. Starke Florida
Janet j X ... ', '- Turner For Bradford County' week for four consecutive weeksin the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
'J.,; :'J Phone 1354AAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA In Chancery the Bradford County Telegraph. before the 25 day of Feb., 1957;
I Case No. 10-2004 WITNESS my hand and the seal otherwise the allegations of said
Gussie Durden, 'a 'widow, Plaintiff of said Court at Starke. Florida Complaint will be taken as confessed -
COHTHI| tUHIt vs. George W. Cole et al, Defen- this Zlst day January, A.D. 1957. by you.
S Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Erwin dant. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) This notice shall be published once
NOTICE TO DEFEND Charles-. Darby each week for four consecutive
S have had as their' guest this In the weeks In the Bradford Tele-
__ _, aa.e.r the State of Florida i Clerk of said Circuit Court County
------ -r-J- v I ffrJrMr. .week his mother Mrfi E. B. To George W. Cole William T. 1/25 4t 2/15 graph.
Dryden A. C. Martin. Isaac Dowl- Dated this 2! day of January.
and Mrs. George Carter of Mr. and Mrs. George Cottmanof i Erwin Sr., and sister Miss Lucy ing. James E. Harrison J. G. Alvarez NOTICE TO APPEAR 1957.
Merritt Island visiting Mrs. Ocala and Mrs. T. C. Chas- !Erwin, of Greenwood. ,, if alive and if any of the In Clrenlt Conrt. Bradford C..rC1. (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby.
were above named persons bedead thento Florida In Chancery. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
J. H. Fields from Wednesday to tain of Hampton were weekend I :Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stringfel- his unknown heirs, devisees Richard F. Tucker Plaintiff vs. By Ilarlan L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk

Saturday.Mr. I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley low and her father, M. D. Carter, legatees, grantees creditors o'r other Georgia A. Tucker, Defendant. 1/25 4t 2/15
persons claiming any interest in the Case No. 10-2002:
arjrt Mrs. J. 1o[. High of Andrews. spent the weekend in Lake Worth hereinafter described property, by, Notice to AppearTo
I through. under or against each ; Georgia! A. Tucker whose
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarezare with Mrs. Louiebelle Clark. Mr.
Jacksonville the weekend
spent such deceased; and to the unknown residence is Tifton Georgia, and
with Mr. and Mrs. J. 1o[. Edwards spending this week in South Carter remained with his daughter heirs, devisees, legatees grantees, whose address is: Post Office Box
Mrs. F. G. Hutchinson is visit- Florida on business.Mr. Mrs. Clark," for a month's creditors or other persons claimingany 219. Tifton. Georgia.You FLORIDA
interest to the hereinafter des- are hereby notified that a
ing Mrs Julia Blow and friendsin and Mrs. George Moore and visit. cribed property by, through. underor suit for Divorcehas

Norfolk Va. for several weeks. children will return; to Cologne, Mrs. G. E. Crews and Mr. and Fannie against G. JoinS Gaskins H. Darby deceased deceased, F. G. above been namfed filed! Court against and you cause In and the

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner Germany on Feb. 1 where Mr. Mrs. L. C. Clamons of Gainesville Gaskins deceased. Sallie J. Darby, you are required to servo & copy .
W. deceased John D. Gaskins, deceased; of your answer or pleading to the. THEATRESAT.
and son visited Mr. and Mrs. Moore is a sales representativefor spent Wednesday through Sunday
and to, all persons having er claim- complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney -
A L. Thomas In Brooker on Sun the Armoco Steel Co. The The Lonnie Futches been doing it'ever since," she with Mr and Mrs. E, H. Clemonsin ing a1./ interest In the following I
Moores have been here the past Starting The Fire I Miami. I. lands situate in Bradford County I J. Donald Gibson, 100 Smith Build
day.Mr. Florida, to-wit: I ing Jacksonville 2. Florida
and Mrs. Ira D. Wells and two months visiting Mr. Moore's Was Part of The Job said.Altogether, the Futches Bryan Whitfield of Clmpville Lots 5 and 7 of Block 19 of the ; and tile the original In the office of .. JAN. 26
nephew Bobby Wells of Atlanta mother, Mrs. R. R. Thede in Jack- I original Town of Starke. Brad the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
With a combined total of 82: taught 27 years together. spent Saturday and Sunday with ford County Florida as per plat or before the 25th day of February. BIG DOUBLE FEATURE
visited Mr. and Mrs. Barney sonville and staying part of the his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. thereof entitled Map Showing 1957; otherwise the allegations of
McRae and family on Saturday. time at the T. G. Ritch houseon years of teaching between them,I They laugh as they recall some and Mrs. C. M. Boundary of Starke" 'recorded in said Complaint will be taken ai -"OW7N ,
the team of Mr. and Mrs. L. H of their early experiences.Mr. Seigler.The Deed Book N at Page 759 of the confessed by you. r WISTR'S
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis and Kingsley Lake and visiting 1 public records of Bradford County. This notice shall be publishedonce
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Koonce visited Mr. Moore'a brother Jimmy Futch has set a record of service i Futch said: "In 1917 we Community Glut will sponsor Florida; each week for four consecutive ;
Memorial on Moore and which may be unmatched in the: taught at Rising. The term that a Polio Benefit Party tonight GREETINGS; You are hereby notified I weeks in the Bradford County 11fl41AH
the Foster family.
Stephen (Friday) at 7:30 m. ifi the that a suit in equity has Telegraph. 11.
of Bradford p.
history County. I year started in July and went
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green been brought against you and Dated this 15th day of January
send Mrs. Futch resigned this past; throught August. Then Septem- Community Club house. There each of you as defendants in the 1957. 'II '
When you care enough to and children and Mrs. J. H. Fields term will be dancing and refreshments. above entitled Court and cause by (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby WMfflBrianOONlEVKSonnjIUFIS
after 39 .
years as a teacher -i ber, the pupils had a month -
the very Hallmark Valentines visited Mr and Mrs.' Charles Gussie Dnrden. plaintiff; that the Clerk of the Circuit Court
; and Mr. Futcli, 62 with 43'I vacation in which 'to help their The public is invited.Methodist relief sought in said suit is to By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
: at Bullington's.Mra ttelds in Jacksonville on Sunday.Mr. quiet and confirm plaintiff's titleto 1/25 4t 2/15
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years in the classroom to his folks harvest cotton and
corn.
R. R. Thede of Jackson- and Mrs. Robbie Shaller the above described lands as an
!4llI credit, is presently the. principalat We had good attendance then, Church indefeasible fee simple title thereto NOTICE TOPPER
ville Sunday with her son !Barbara &ittct i
spent and Mm. Owen Vaughn spent against the claims of you and In Circuit Court Bradford County, .. ,
and Mr. and Brooker. with omy one hild absent halfa each of Florida In Chancery. A PARAMOUNT CHAMPIO" I
daughter-in-law and
Sunday in Jacksonville. Mrs. you; you are summonsed I .....
Mrs. Jimmy Moore and family. In addition to their fine recordas day during the term." Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning ordered and required to Richard D. Chandler Plaintiff vs. I feMUt s.c8., POIMIW 0 1
Vaughn visited her sister, Mrs.S .
file Inez Chandler, Defendant.Case
written defenses
your answer
or -
- Mrs. Thede was accompanied by O. Truluck, who is a patientin to length of service, the Mrs. Futch added: "That's the Worship "Our God Is Able, :I to the complaint in said No. 10-100 PLUSIf -
Mrs. John Love Wilkes who wasa St. Luke's Hospital.Mrs. Futches have had the additional year we started school at 6:30: al I 11 'a.m. MYF Recreation Time, cause in the office of the undersigned Case No. 10-2903!

dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carswell, who has been distinction of teaching in a totalof m., so there was still time for 5:45: p.m. Dine-A-Mite for Inter- Starke, Clerk Florida of on said or before Court the at Notice Tonez To Appear Chandler, whose residence -

Harry Mooty. serioudy ill for several weeks is 17 different schools, most of the pupil to help out with the mediates and Seniors, 6:15 pjn. 25th day of February A.D. 1957. and and address is: Unknown.:"
to serve a copy thereof on llollis You are hereby notified that a
Worship program for MYF, 6:45
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Williamswere them the little one or two-room farm work.
now at the home of her sister, V. Knight plaintiff's attorney suit for divorcehas
in Mayo over the weekend Mrs. Earline Bussey, 441 HopkinsSt. schoolhouses that are fast disappearing The books they used in the p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. whose address is Starke. Florida been filed against you it Ute

her parents Mr. and in this of early days were Wheeler's Singing led by Jim Ritch. Come -.---- .. _
visiting : ., S.W., Atlanta Ga., and will day con- .: 4- -
Mrs. Drew Bell. appreciate hearing from friends. solidation.Mr. Readers, McGuffy's Speller, and enjoy the fellowship. I _- __- -

- Mrs. I. E. Clark is spending a Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade left Futch was born and rearedin Milne's Arithmetic, and Ritchie's Wednesday, Prayer Meetingand ,

week with her parents. Mr. and Tuesday on a business trip to Bradford County, son of Mr. Health Books.It Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Paul's NO BETTER TIME !

Mrs. J. O. Mahathy in Staple- New Orleans, La. Mrs. Slade will and Mrs. E. D. (Dan)) Futch, is interesting to note that of letter to the Romans.

ton Ala return to Atlanta on Saturday to near Ellarbee, now in Union all the schools the Futches have I Thursday, Youth Choir rehearsal I NO BETTER PLACE! .

ILSUM'Eft.: sponsored by visit Mr. and Mrs. Slade Jr. and County. At the age of seven, his taught in, only Lawtey, Hampton -[ 6:30: p.m.; Chancel Choir rehearsal -

Lawtey Lions Lawtey school Miss Joanne Slade before return- father moved to Raiford to en- Macclenny and Raiford have 7:30 p.m. NO BETTER PRICES!

_ (cafeteria FrL Jan. 23 starting ing to Starke on Sunday. Mr. gage in the blacksmith and not been consolidated. I

7 p. m. Benefit Folio Fund. Public Slade will go' on to Texas on farming business. Starting the fire when they if

Invited. business. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Young L. H. grew up as a got to school was a regular job, REGISTER NOTICE OP FICTITIOUS INTENTIO.X NAME TO Than Now At

:Miss Sara Barefoot of Jack- Sinclair are staying with Flora I farmer and blacksmith's helper, in the early days. Notice is hereby given that the
the weekend with "We had to do that in undersigned. under the provisions of
sonville spent prac- r
and Susan Slade during the Slade'sabsence. but he decided to follow the Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida.
her parents Mr. and Mrs. P. teaching profession, and attended tically every school we taughtin Acts of 1941 will register with the G. J. McGRIFF APPLIANCESGeneral 't .
M. Barefoot and family. ," Mr. Futch said. Clerk of the Circuit Court in and .
of Florida
and
Mr. Mrs. Al Humphries- Southern College, for Bradford County, State of FlorIda -
Barbara Sue Barksdale spent Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. later taking courses at the Asked to comment on present upon receipt of proof of publication ,
weekend with her of this notice the Electric AppliancesCor.
the grandparents fictitious
A Bronson of Tampa and Rev. and University of Florida. day teaching as comparedto name of Pel-Air Service Station _

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mrs. B. H. Rawls of High Springswere His first at that of years ago, Mrs. Futch under which we are engaged in
teaching post was
Home in Hampton and they all said: business at Lawtey Fla. Call and Walnut Phone 229 ; ,
Sunday visitors to Sheriff the ,
School located
Kelly near D. B. Thomas, Fla., "
andC.
visited Mr. and Mrs. Dick Williams Lawtey -
I and Mrs. P. D. Reddish.Mr. present Pine Level Baptist "I see little change. Real '\. Thomas, Lawtey, Fla., owners. Starke, Florida :_.
in Tampa on Sunday.Mrs. and Mrs. Dave Paulk at- 16 west of teachers have always been real Dated this 25th day of January
Mike Pickering and babyof Church on Highway A.D., 1957 at Lawtey, Bradford 's,. SILENTWITNESSES
and the results
teachers
tended the "open house" of the Starke they County Fla.
Gainesville are visiting Mr. and Lobrano Machinery Co. in Ocalaon : accomplish depend on three j 1/25 *t 2/15 "The Only Authorized General Electric Appliances
this week. On Heilbronn School (for the past I r
Mrs. Paul
Raymond _n _Saturday.______ groups, the teachers, parents Franchised Dealer In Bradford County"Beware .-.4 iS.y dar.d
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Mrs. Pickering and seven years)
Saturday Mrs. J. M. Vickers and Mrs. and pupils. If they all work In the Court of the Coaatr Judge,
baby and Mr. and Mrs. L. N. In 1916, Mr. Futch married a Bradford County, Florida. of any undermining misrepresentation of any-
Ned Yancey were shopping in together, then a lot will be ac In Probate.
were visiting Mike ; young schoolteacher from this Franchise.
Pickering Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. complished." In Re: Estate of Louise Bonn one trying to infringe on
Pickering at U. 'of F. I Brooker named Beatrice Crosby, a/k/a Louise Bohn King deceased. .
and Mrs. Hamilton Ritrh who was then teaching at the The Futches recently movedto Notice of Filing Petition For

of Gainesville were visiting Mr. Rising School. Starke in a new home and Notice Final Dlcnarge is hereby of given Executor that I.. "We Service Everything We Sell"

I Pay Your BillsPROMPTLY and Mrs. J. H. Ritch on Sunday. Mrs. Futch. who is 60, laughsas are quite contented. have filed my final returns as exe-
Allen Long, a Merchant Marine cutor of the estate of Louise Dohn,
from Philadelphia, Pa., spent the she recalls it: "We have had a good life akaLouise Bohn King, deceased; You Cannot Lose By Doing Business With
"I asked him to help me make I teaching here in Bradford that I have filed my petition for t
weekend with his brother, Col. distribution and for final discharge "Casper's Spree Undersea" :..
out my monthly report, and he'sMrs. County they said.
and that at 10:00 mm. on February
Be Proud of Your Credit T. T. Long and family. ,20. 1S5T I will apply to the Honorable G. J. McGRIFF Cartoon. Serial Chapter No. 11
As PromptlyAs Friends of Mrs. Annie Shelp will : DeWitt C. Jones and Mrs.I. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes were : Theron A. Yawn County
Rating Pay
Judge of Brad ford.County, Florida,
regret to hear that she is con- Chalker of Gainesville
C. W. were
dinner guests last Friday of for approval of said final returns
You Like People to Pay SUN., MON., TUES.
fined to Riverside where '
Hospital visiting Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. on and for an order of distribution
Major and Mrs. Wilson Hayes in c. ..
and for final discharge as executor JAN. 2728.29
You.Credit she was admitted last week. Sunday. I
Mrs. Prescott Gill flew to Bos- those from Starke at- Gainesville. Major anct'Mrs. Hayes II -
BureauOf Among left Tuesday for Camp Gordon, _
ton Mass.Wednesday for an indefinite -
the funeral of Dr. M.
Starke I visit with relatives.Mr. tending B. Herlonar in Jacksonville on I Ga. where they will be stationed. I ,
Mrs. W. T. Mrs. H. E.
Styers,
and Mrs. W. L. Edwards of were Dr. and Mrs. H.
Monday Lovelace, Mrs. R. M. Wallace and
Jacksonville were Sunday visitorsof H. Adams and family, Mr. and
Debbie Wallace returned to their
Mrs. W. H. Struth and Miss Mrs. Frank Herlong, Mrs. Carrie
I home in N. C.
I Shelby, Saturdayafter
VALUABLECOUNTY Kate Struth. [Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Green
spending ten days with Mr.
When you rare enough to send and nan, Archie, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot -
I and Mrs. J. E. Hildebran and .
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the very Hallmark Valentines Mrs. L. S. Hutto Mrs. Shel- family. GENERAL ELECTRIC

FRANCHISE at Bullington's.J. lie Hall, Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs.D. _
P. Stevens of Sanford was L. Silcox Mr. and Mrs. Gene When you care enough to send

AVAILABLENeed the overnight guest Sunday of Long Judge E. K. Perryman, and the very best-Hallmark Valentines &mI [

his sister, Mrs. Nd Yancey, and I Sen. and Mrs. C. E. Johns. at Bullington's. ._.4 .

conscientious dealer to family.Mr. I Among those from outoftownwho Mrs. C. Mendoza of Jackson- : a z'lii -- -I I '
handle distribution ofa and Mrs. Dick Siefferman ;
Count have been guests of Mr. and vile visited Mrs. T. J. Griffin,' I .5
new and recently patented of Gainesville were overnight Mrs. Frank Herlong and Mrs. Miss Annie Darby and Mrs. Car- I'

product. RequIresfew hours visitors Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Carrie Adams the first of the rie Ritch on Tuesday.Mr. : _
spare time weekly, (car reference Merritt Williams. 5 .
week and to attend the funeralof and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and _
and $720. operating capital Misses Idell and Frances Land- Mrs.
Dr. M. B. Herlong were
hirh is secured by inventor and family of Jacksonville spent Sun-
\\ rum spent Saturday Sunday Edwards of Jacksonville,
'. to $250. Mary day with Mrs. L. S. Hutto and ., .
) Earnings up with their grandparents, Mr. .
of Lake Mrs.
Mrs. S. E. Foy City _
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weekly, depending on spare and Mrs. J. A. Landrum in Brooks- Lucille Dunn of Hawthorne, Mrs.J. family. j 41 :*&slr. >,..' \"..... -." """S"4. /41iI4v

time devoted and if work pro- vme.I H. Herlong of Miami, Dr. and "- S.9 \ I'

>e* satisfactory ('Ompanin I Mrs. Joe Martinez spent Wed- Mrs. E. T. Kelly of Georgetown, Presbyterian Church ,

finance to full time deal with nesday and Thursday with Mr. S. C., Dr. Mark Adams of Athens, LI I

15000. income a year poten- and Mrs. Martinez Jr. in Jack- Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Friday-Adult Choir Practice, giant I _

tall. Not a vending machine. sonville. Honnoell and son Harold, of 8 p. m.SundaySchool.

Write Mrs. W. B. Parks recently returned Waynesville, N. C. The Honnoelln 9:45 a. m.; : "! ,,,,.j I
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from a month's visit with will remain here for a month. Morning Worship, "When Christ I ,

:Monarch Supply Dist. her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. HAM SUI'PER, sponsored by I Becomes Real," 11 a. m.; Youth 'cMsstet,; ; '0.n ? _

P. 0. Box 203 and Mrs. 'Dameron Black, and Lawtey Lions, Lawtey school Fellowship, 6 p. m.; Evening Wor- I

Sarasota. Fla. I family in Atlanta. cafeteria, FrL, Jan. 25, starting ship service, observance of Youth )
Mrs. Minnie Rabb of Jackson- Benefit Polio Fund. Public Sunday with special and : ,\ ', q ,...-* J tr
7 m. program
p. ..
ville spent the weekend with Mr. _1m.ItM..n___ music by Senior Youth Fellowship, \r "?>>",," 2' 3": WI'd' e .,;'1 ,, 1)1)AN ) "
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and Mrs. Rabb Jr. : il'
Harry 7:30 .
_________________________ : Sen. and Mrs. C. E. Johns at- p. m.Wednesday r
Mr. and Mrs. William Hicksof :tended the Growers and Farmers Prayer meeting, \COOKS\ OVENffiEAL : 11 11'no
Green Cove Springs were Sun- I >
Bank banquet in the Mayflower 7:30 4--:
I I p. m. ThursdayJuniorChoir Fbr30AUAr6NETIME2lnl .
day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. N. I:Hotel in Jacksonville on :Monday Practice 3:30 p. m. Ita.byaoJ

P. Joyner.Mr. evening.Mrs. .

and Mrs Marvin Lawson M. W. Lance is in Fernan- '

and children were in Dade City dina Beach this week visitingMr. John Wilkinson VlL1&E.flIt1r'MODEL& ( ,. MEa Baoa sv. Bm'

Tuesday visiting Mrs. Lawson's and Mrs. Billie Burbank. I KULMALDER-[ CARROLL[ !(

: parents, Mr. anffMrs.' Oren Welch Mrs. Steve Weldon returned 'Dies Lifelong 11-304 1In
; rwlIpIj,, ; P.TadS0I&4W OntWIlCUiUUI
They were accompanied by Mrs. home last Friday from Sneeds S, LI,IIIILLZIUII. gniszi rwss .

Lula Wise who visited Mrs. Char- where she spent the past two Resident HereJohn e W Extra Hi-Speed A 1- S Piano Key Pushbuttons With'

4l lie Hill in Webster. weeks with her son-in-law and .I I' motic Calrod Unit 1 Tel-A-Cook Lights for rwe Exact "Bad Luck Blackie" Car-
Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles i t -- toon.
\. 'iI. daughter, ] Heats on Surface Units i .
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Ed Crosby were in Jacksonville Patrick and baby, Greg. Little Wilkinson 86, a life-long
Tuesday where Mrs. Middleton Greg underwent surgery while I resident of Bradford County died 1/1P M) Electric Meat Thermometer Oven Tuner Minufo Timer

visited her sister, Mrs. Mae Jones Mrs. Weldon was with them. I. in a local hospital Tuesday morn- II CIV With Buzzer Signals auto- Watches Cooking While! You're WED., THURS., FRI.,

and Mrs. Crosby was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pass and ing after a lingering illness. matically when meat has t Away or Busy Turns Oven on.r JAN. 30-31-FEB. 1

I relatives. children of Tallahassee spent the Mr. Wilkinson was born Jan. 12 cooked to degree you select. and Off Automatically, :- ,

CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON Mrs. W. B. Mundy is spending I weekend with Mr. and Mrs. In- 1871, the son of the late Gadson

the weekend in Ware Shoals, S.! man Green. and Vinie Griffis Wilkinson. He n e W: Removable Oven Door For Two Appliance Outlets, On i

C. with relatives, and will at- Dr. and Mrs. Nelson of Fort was a member of the Evergreen ; Easy Reach-In Oven Cleaning. Tuned "T Year ltch"ttar back .aittI

"With more shoppers, and tend the wedding of a nephew, Worth, Texas were Saturday afternoon Baptist Church. .

the slippery walks and floors, Eugene Mundy, on Friday eveningat ,I visitors of Mrs. D. E.ITY..1..4 Survivors include three daughters j1ifjfl1t1II17

it is reassuring to have Belton. S. C. She was accompanied 1J 1J1,." I A
Mrs. Rachel LivE
Storekeepers Liability Insur- by Mrs. Annie Hollingsworth Mrs. Hogan Smith spent the Nazworth of BETTER ELECTRICALLY .
Starke Mrs. Laura \t
who is visiting her son and fami- weekend with her son-in-law and Griffin of it* ft COOK BETTER AUTOMATICALLY
ance. It will legal :
pay any Lawtey and Mrs. Leila Griffis of
costs and damages if a cus- ly, Mr. and Mrs. James Hollings- daughter Cpl. and Mrs. Jimmy Raiford; two sons, E. W. of IM.nu WITH A C-E AUTOMATIC RANGE! ,_ I
worth, in Laurens, S. C. Rowe in Columbus, Ga. They all _
tomer Will it also Hawthorne and Maxie of trll't"\'i-- -
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sues us. Lawtey; _
Atlanta
Mrs. L. W. Hieatt and daugh-, went to Saturday and
pay medical costs to injured ters have joined Major: Hieatt in I Sunday where they attended the I a sister Mrs. Ester Griffis of .

patrons whether we are liableor :Miami after spending the past funeral of C. E. Reid. Starke, and a half-brother, Elie 17 s.,0 IA P'ss..s

not?" six weeks with her mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Knight of Griffis of Maxville. ;
7HEGEATAMERICAN
Pauline Torode. Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs Funeral services will be held GJ. MCGRIFF APPLIANCESGENERAL f fI

Mrs. :Morgan Darby of Jack- Hollis Knight Sunday afternoon.Dr. I Friday at 2'p.. m. in the Long I,

sonville was visiting friends and James Chase of Gainesville Branch Baptist Church near ,

Charley L Johns&SonAgency relatives here Tuesday and wasa was visiting his aunt, Mrs. Etta :I Maxville with the Rev. Jim Williams ELECTRIC APPLIANCESCOR. PASTIME

luncheon guest of Mrs. S. L. Hoover, on Sunday.Mr. officiating. Burial will follow I lei -
and :Mrs. T. Jackron 10M EWelt.. ANNE
Peek Sr. W. : in the church cemetery tinder -

Mrs. Robert A. Driggers presi- and family were visiting Mr. and I the direction of DeWitt". CALL AND, WALNUT PHONE 229... I ANN FAANCJSl

dent of the Lake Butler PTA Mrs. Fred Leonhard in Keystone Jones Funeral Home of Starke. STARKE, FLA. L

accompanied Mrs. R. V. Chapman, Heights on Sunday.! Active pallbearers will be Ray- "Hare Breath Finish" Car-

Phone 13 Starke Fit. president of Bradford High PTA :Mr. and :Mrs. N. T.: Ritch of mond Griffu. Nathan Griffis, E. We Service Everything We Sell v toon.

to the District 4 board meeting Miami were visiting Mrs. Carrie L. Griffis, Brooks Griffis, Willie .

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. drink with the peanut butter TVTTTTffffftfVftfffttl I
sonville
spent last
weekend in Starke
at the City Hall in
Starke
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apples and bologna wedgies. Hampton with Mr. and lira. H. Florida, until 7:30 o'clock P.M. on I Florida la Caaaeery. I I ville Z, Florida
Home Demonstration Peanut Butter Apples-Wash B. ,Wiggins. Mrs. Tuesday February 5, A.D. 1957, at Mary A. Tramm, Plaintiff vs. i and file the original in the office
HAMPTON Thompson and which time and place all bids received Harold Tramm, Defendant. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
and slice apples. spread each Mrs. Wiggins are sisters. will be publicly opened and Case No. 101990tlH or before the 18th day of February,
c Notes slice with peanut butter. Fit back Mr. and Mrs. Milton Misner' read aloud, on the following: '- To AppearTo 1957; otherwise the allegations of
By Bin. D. E. 1811 9 Fire Hydrants Standard said Complaint will be taken
I I : Harold Tramm, whose aaconfessed
together to make whole apple. and model resIdent -
byDOROTHY son were Jacksonville'visit- with 2 2!H" nozzle and and address is: 1040 Sunset : by yon.
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Chill. Use small apples and allowone AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJAAAAAAMembers ors on Monday. 1 6"-mechanical 4% Steamer nozzle with Boulevard Los Angeles California. I "his notice shall be published

ROSS for each person, or cut larger \\IU Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastain 18 6" Gate valves joint shoe.- Double You for are divorce hereby notified that a suit :once reeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele
Study
Home Demonstration Agent apples in halves just before serv- and family spent last weekendin disc-Non-rising stem, mechanical graph. -
Mississippi Missions joint both ends 200 Ibs. has been filed
against you In the .
Dated this 12th of
ing. day January.
Sanford with bits and Mrs. working
Women of pressure. above named Court and cause and
Hampton Baptist; 1957.
ime To Plant And Bologna Wedgies-For 8 peopleuse Kenneth Turner, and also visited The said city reserves the right you are required to serve a copy of
Prune (Pink) Editor Me Farland Betty Church WJIU met at the pas tori- to accept or reject any or all bids. your answer or pleading to the (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby
;o..e flu he* -one pound sliced bologna and other friends there. City of complaint Clerk of the Circuit Court
Uprichard, Bess Starke Florida on the Plaintiffs
.Dainty (Yellow Jan.
; ) um on Thursday evening, 17,
The brisk weather of Golden I one small package cream cheese. Mrs. T. L. McCullouch and By: Carl Johns, City Clerk Attorney Jo eph K. Skipper 221 By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
January Ophelia Luxemboung, with "Missions in the Mississippi 1/18 3t 2/1 Florida Title Building, Jackson- IllS 4t8
'ffers a good chance to prune Jose ,frs. P. S. DuPont; (White) Da Spread cream cheese on bologna Basin" as program topic' for the Luke McCullouch moved last
bushes -or to plant. Be- Viktoria; (Bicolor) Talisman, slices and stack as for a sandwich meeting. week frbm their farm home near .- -

ause they're growing slowly now, President Herbert Hoover; White I. using 4 ,to 6 slices -in each Plans were completed for a1 Hampton to Live Oak. Mr. and In Clrrnlt Contt. Bradford County, .- IIl ---- .- -- --. : ;- ..-
here Is less chance stack. Cut into pie shaped pieces. Mrs.. \r ey' Williamson and family Florida In Chancery
of damaging Hybrid; Fran Karl Druschki. ommunity-wide: "clothes for the Albert P. Pryle I Plaintiff, vs.
he plants Chill and serve. have moved their home in Michiko
by pruning. Dairy Foods Demonstration peedy" campaign sponsored by from Pryle Defendant.
Pruning is I town to the McCullouch Case No. 10-1994
valuable to shape the 'Patricia Pellum demonstrated the group. Members of YWA and place. Order Of Publication and Notice To
plants and increase vigor. Proper .the making of collage cheese pine- GA youth groups, sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Bradley and Appear State Of Florida Tot

pruning techniques should be apple salad as part of the dairy the WMU. will pick up clothes in| son moved recently from Hampton and Michiko address Pryle is: ,2116 whose Lloyd residence Street
learned as rose bushes can be foods project to her club members. the community on Jan. 26 and where they'd been living with Philadelphia, Pennsylvania..

killed by drastic pruning of top She used a generous dip of cot- Feb. 9.'' Collection boxes will also Mrs. Bradley's parents, the Wil February You are 18 required. 1957, to in appear the above on l

(growth. No more than half of t age cheese on a lettuce leaf. On be placed at :Mrs. Home's store liamsons, to an apartment.- in named Court and cause wherein t

any healthy cane should be removed the cheese place a slice of pine- and at the church. Starke. plaintiff Bradford seeks County divorce.Telegraph shall

: ; apple and swirl another slice of = OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTH : Next meeting of the WMU'willbe Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home, Mrs. publish this Order in next four I

.; To shut out rot organisms, coat pineapple on the first one. To February 14, with Mrs. K, Betty May and daughter, A-3c weekly Witness issues.my hand and official seal
{the surface of wounds, especially swirl cut pne side of pineappleand Soil Conservation B. Watterson and Mrs. Milton William Home and Barbara Sue at Starke Florida, this January la,
large ones, with orange shellacor twist slice so it will standup Misner as hostesses. Barksdale of Starke spent Sunday 1957.
[ a wound-sealing paint. N E-W-S Guest Speakers At visiting in Tampa with Mr. and (OFFICIAL Charles A.SEAL Darby) I

For those interested in plant During the meeting MarilynCox By BiD Haas Christian Church Mrs. R. C. Williams and son. As Clerk of Said Court.

ing roses now, first find a sunny told the girls about the recent Soil Conservation Service John Childress of Orlando will Mr. and Mrs. George Williams, By Chas.Marian R. Hess I.. Crosby.204 Guaranty Deputy Clerk Life

!j well-drained, open spot on your trip to Chicago that she re conduct services again next Sunday Howell Williams and Roy Morganvisited Bldg., Jacksonville 2, Florida.
[!'grounds, easily accessible for constant ceived for toeing state winner in, at* Hampton Christian Church I in. Jacksonville Sunday Att>s. for'Plf. 1184t 2/8

care. the electricity project. She showedthe Bryant Reddish used the Dis- Jake Thomas of Lake Butler is with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins I

By proper choice of varieties, girls the huge scrap book of trict's grain drill to plant oats conducting prayer meetings at I and family. I la Clrcalt NOTICE TO APPEAR /

roses can be blooming in North the many momentoes and pictures He says "It's a little late to 7:30 p. m. each Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Moore and Court. Bradford Coantyi
Florida gardens at least nine which she gathered at theH plant them but if we get some during the absence of a I son moved last week from Hamp- r RCA Victor Adolr.Bu
months of the year. When plant Congress. Among the favors she rain they should come up and regular pastor. ton, where they have been livingfor FOR DEPENDABLE with sensational new "living Image"picture.
ing, take care not to drop the received were a steam iron anda give me some good grazing and CLASS AT BAPTIST CHURCH the last few months to their i Full 261 sq. in. of viewable

,crown of the bush below the surface cook book. maybe I'll be able to make some Rev. Arthur Glass, pastor of the new home on Highway 100. I I area. "High-Sharp-ond-Easy" tuning

i; of the soil. The election of officers was held jhay| too. First Hebrew Christian Church Mr. and Mrs. Joe Baggerly, I Termite Control controls located ;high on the side of the

Don't be skimpy on space. A I. and those girls elected to office Detroit, Mich., was speaker at and Mrs. Otis Allen of Palatka ( cabinet let you tune standing up ; ; .

five-foot interval between plants were: President Marilyn Cox; Lloyd Green and Dr. Brownlee, prayer meeting in Hampton Baptist visited last week with the Ver- Household ft: Commercial gives you needle-sharp tuning accuracy.Balanced .

(is not excessive for taller varieties. Vice President Patricia Pellum; Bradford Soil Conservation District Church Wednesday of last non Slades. Mrs. Elvie Rigdon Pest Control Fidelity Sound. Three rich

Here is a list of popular varie Secretary and News Reporter cooperators, are making week, telling of Christian missionary and Mrs. Slade were in Gainesville S Grove finishes: ebony finish; maroon or limed
ties for this area: (Red) Etoilede Elizabeth Prevatt; Song leaders, plans for salavage operations in work. Mr. and Mrs. Glass Thursday. Miss Sylvia Star- Spraying 21T7112 oak grained finishes extra. Model 1

Holland Charles K. Douglas; camp girls. their woodlands. Don Champion, were on vacation in Florida, and ling of Graham is visiting; with Call FK. 6-6035
The next meeting will be held Farm Forester for Bradford Couny after a trip through South Florida the Vernon Slades. $ .95
is supervising the operations were dinner guests of Mr. and & %/+J
:Monday, Jan. 28 and the demonstration Walden Wadsworth left lart Florida Pest Control _
Mrs Faile Monday night. -
will be yeast breads. week for Baltimore, Md. to enter
FR'IGIDAIRETHE Al Furman, Area Soil Scientistfor W. A. Griffin has returned & Chemical Co.
Those present at the meetingwere service in the Merchant Marine.
the Soil Conservation Service, from a two-weeks' vacation and .
: Elizabeth Prevatt Patricia I whose headquarters are in Ocala visit with his son and family 24 N. W. 16th Ave.
BEST-KNOWN Pellum Marilyn Cox, Linda Cox
spent the day in Bradford Di s- Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Griffin, in CALL FOR BIDS Galaesville, Florida ServiceAll
NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION Carolyn Pellum Carolyn Ward, Sealed
trict. He discussed the different Jacksonville. Bids will be received by
many
Barbara Shadd Jo Ann Mobley.and I the City Council of the City of
Charlene Cowart. soils problems we have herein I Mr. and Mrs. George Cottman I
RANGES the County with George Brown, of Ocala were weekend visitorsin i
WATER HEATERS Food for Fun local soil scientist. Hampton with Mrs. Cottman'esister I WE CONTRACT FOR '
AIR CONDITIONERS "Y'all Come" has a familiar r- Mrs. Jessie Chastain.. I
ring and means a crowd. Wherthere's e Mr. and Mrs. Slade I i Work Guaranteed -- Free Estimates
and I
WASHERS & DRYERS Paul Parker, who has a farm ivory ALL TYPES OF BUILDING
a crowd there's bound to
north of town on Highway 301, children moved Saturday from Fully Equipped .-- Dependable
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be food! What kind of foods w "
illasked what help the Soil Conservation their home in Hampton to Max- BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL
Get The Best For Less the 4-H'ers or others fix for the I Service gives to farmers. I ville. Mr. Slade is employed at REPAIRS REMODELING JALOUSIE PORCHES I '; .., All Makes and Models

At gang? told him the Soil Conservation Cecil Field.
Did you know that whateve Service upon request will help Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill and FREE ESTIMATES -
you eat actually becomes you? children, and :Mr. Hill's CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
farmers and land owners in the grandmother -
Smith'sGarageSales That's a shocking fact but true. following ways: Mrs. Anna Dygert of W. L THIGPEN I JR.
Here are some quick and easy I Herkimer, N. Y. TV .
1. Preparing a soil and land spent Sunday Radio Seat Covers Upholstering
treats you'll enjoy making an dcapability map based on a detailed afternoon at" the Stephen Foster Phone 297-J. Starke Fla. Phone 239 Starke Fla.
and Service give you energy plus; taste good acre-by-acre survey of tin Memorial at White Springs. Route 2, Box 245-D ,

We Service AU )lAkes ol and give you plenty of food val-1 farm or ranch. Mrs. Mattie Thompson of Jack ..-- .

Electrical Appliances IK 3, too! 2. Helping _the land owner or .- .- .... -- ..> ---. ""
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these to the Junior 4-H Clubs
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this month and they have enjoyed
alternatives in the use and treat-
eating them. Serve a refreshingHIGH ment of the land within its needs

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Fla. Speckled Pole Bean, Ib ___ .23 decisions of the individual regarding .
type of operation he de ,

4 Wade Stringless bean, Ib __---- .27 sires to follow. The conservation ....':>wd k> plan includes anticipated actions .Y"

Tender Green Bean, lb. _______ .25 for land use and soil and water 0 a dou bt, ,hef .
management and for conservationand a question different distinctively styled
Kentucky Wonder Bean, lb. ___ .23 "Beyond s are the most hove "Mercury is the car for you if you want a .,.
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FRIDAY JANUARY 25, 1957

suming that one bushel of corn present.Friday night. Mrs. J. L. Lavender visited Mrs. his beta lied against
In
the
Too Complaint will be taken as confessed Dated this
will plant about 8 acres. Allow Important To A Pig Linnie Drake "Lakeland last above named Court and cam ant by you. 1357. 4th day of January

only 10 bushels difference per In the life of a pig, the first Saturday. Mrs. Drake has been yon copy of are your required answer vleadlnr to serve to a This notice shall be published (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Duty
once each week tor four consecutive
acre in yields with hybrid over three weeks are mighty important. sick, and her many friends here the complaint tn tae Plaintiffs weeks in the Bradford County Tele 87 Marian Clerk 1*of Crosby.the Circuit Deputy Court.Clerk

JANcF crib selections and ,this is a conservative This is the period when pigs wish her a speedy recovery. Attorney Smith Building Alfred Jacksonville C. Scott 301 2, graph. 1/11 U 2/1
estimate. That wouldbe are most likely to be lost by Florida
at least an 80 bushel increase. mashing or freezing or made fTTTTTTTTTttfffTTTTTVfTTNORTH and file the original the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
Your loss by planting seed corn runts by unsanitary conditions.A before the 11th day of Feb. 1957;
from the crib adds up that :you sow fed well has the ability otherwise the allegations of said
SIDEBy Complaint will be
taken as confessed -
are paying about $100, for a to give you healthier pigs with ky you.
bushel of that poor seed. I more resistance to all the evils This notice shall be publishes once
Mrs Carl Brown each week for four consecutive HUNDREDSof
Had Your Soil Tested? that come along. Proteins is the A.. weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
One of our top farmers has'. key to good feed. graph.
By Geo. T. Muggins noticed over the last few years Mrs. Jimmy Gaskins and Dated this 3rd day of January,
daughter 197.;; details are managed and economic-
.4 County Agent that his crops of tobacco, beans, r.VYYVVV.m.mvvvv.T.aLONG spent last week with Mr. and (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby. ally attended that trained
only
a and ii
---- watermelons Mrs. J. W. Gaskins in Clerk of the Circuit Court. '
-- irish potatoes, pepper Miami.
BRIDGE By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk careful organization can attend when
Special Tobacco Information county allocation gives out. etc., did not have the color :Mr. and Mrs. Bland :Matthews 1/11 4t 2/1 74
the ned for is
This is not in line with the pro 5. You should have received they should even though he had AND NEW RIVER 'visited their mother, Mrs. Marv hand.urgent serving at
have been fertilized well and irrigated some. Pierce, at Rock Hill, S. C. last NOT1CK TO APPEAR
cedure that reading
we your letter giving ;you more de- In Circuit Court Bradford County
about and have led you to believe His fertilizer agent made.some Sirs. E. A. SappAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAA week. Mrs. Pierce has been very Florida In Chancery.
tails. It you have not, please con- soil 'tests and the results were ill and is recovering now from George Kalogeropoulos, Plaintiff
The
would be in effect. thing we vs. Evangeline Kalogerqpoulos Defendant -
want you to know is that your I tact us right away. If you have that some lime company is goingto an operation. tase No. 10-1980 DeWiTT. C. JONES
I questions between now and, Feb. get an order for about. 100 Mr. and Mrs.: Romie Johns of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns visit- Notice To AppearTo
state:; Committee, your County I : Evangeline Kalogeropoulos, Phone 7 Starke Fla.
Committee nor your local ASC 4, please feel free to contact us. tons of lime. Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Carl ed their son, Vernon, and familyin whose residence and address Is: ,

office has any alternative exceptto I Right now it looks like aboutas 41 saw this soil test report and Wynn of Starke. and Deloran Jacksonville last Friday. Patisson You are Avenue HereOy 61 notified, Athens Greece.nat a Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur
administer the program as I nany growers will be left out believe me, if thosejeadings were Hodges were visiting :Mrs. Fronie Mrs. Reese Scott was> shoppingin suit fir divorce
as will get in on the program. All correct, that will 'te the best Moody Sunday evening. Deloran, Jacksonville last week. has been filed against you In the local funeral home enable u to offer convenience* and
has written it. above named Court and cause and
Washington you can do is take your chanceon fertilizer money he has spent. son of Mrs. Truba Wynn, is home Spike Whittaker and J. C. you are required to serve a copy of service not otherwise available.
Briefly, the procedure is this: Feb. 4 at 8 a. m. Soil testing service is free. We from London England where he Anderson celebrated their birthday Jour answer or pleading to the
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complaint on the Plaintiffs IY I "Y'Y ..
1. All tobacco growers desiringto Increase Corn Yields! can do it for you or your fertilizer was stationed with the Air Force. anniversaries last week. Attorney Samuel W. Getzen P. O. 14We
put part or all of their allot There are still some who go to dealer can get it done. Your only Mrs. Era Wester of St. Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Cowart Box 81, Gainesville Florida furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and

ment in the Soil Bank will make the crib and shell out seed corn. responsibility is to make the re visited the E. A. Sapps last visited her father, J. W. Padgett, and the Clerk file the of original the Circuit m the Court office on of or accept ANT life Insurance policy in force, issued by ANT I_ _

application and sign agreement I So, the first thing to do for increased quest. Saturday. in Brooker last Sunday. before the company, u payment in part or In full on a funeraL
11th day of February 1957;
Monday morning, Feb. 4. yields is to plant hybrid That Cold Was Cold Elmore Cason is spending a Glad to report that J. C. And- otherwise the allegations of said CenanltAtloa carries no obUptWI.r .

2. All growers as ASC officeat seed corn using new seed of an Hubam Clover in the pasture of few days with Mr. and Mrs. Lacy erson is much better. Baby Lynn

8 a. m. will receive a card ac- adapted hybrid. Otis Leach is wilted down. Good Johns. Friends are glad to see Sapp is still on the sick list.

cording to their place in line. For cribbing field corn, three sweet lupine in the field of J. him feeling some better. He is a The North Side W1Will meet

3. Requests will then be takenin varieties have proven outstanding; I B. White is bleached out and wilt patient in the samtonum at ur- Monday night, Jan. 28. A special COLONIAL

numerical order according to Dixie 18, Funks G-740, and Cok- ed. lando. missionary worker will be guest Fontana Village Resort

the card you hold. ers 811. For hogging, Funks G-50 Each of these two winter graz- Mr. and Mrs. J. L. LavenderSr. speaker. All ladies are urged to VaO1/Oh"/ al# IS different-at Fontana

4. Requests will continue until and McCurdy have been tops. ing legumes are supposed to takea I of Jacksonville are visiting attend. rehearsal FLORISTPHONE L everybody has fun!
all numbers have been called or You figure it for yourself, as- good bit of cold, especially when. their son, James, this week. Don't forget choir Fishing is excellent in

it was down below freezing be- Bill Granger and brother, Ulysses Friday night._ Fontana Lake and

fore bedtime the night before. Whlteville, N. C. came by CALL FOR BIDS 218 Fufr'fihIoil there's swimming in.a
That's Our'BusinessIf Some green berries and a lot of to see Mrs! Minnie Granger Mon- Sealed Bids will be received by I new luxurious pool ia
the City Council of the City of craft making,

It's Glass We Have III! blossoms growers. were'Clayton lost Crawford to strawberry was day. They by 'their were father accompaniedhome William Florida Starke at until the 7:30 City o'clock Hall in P.M.Starke on (j) !.-\lOt season square dancing, scenic

Tuesday, February 5, 1957 A.D., at tours, tennis, shuffle-
CALL WRITE or VISIT preparedto I
who .l
were
a few I :
among Granger. which time and place all bids received ,., I) board, horseback riding
with mulch, and
his berries will be publicly opened O
cover hear that
to
Friends are glad the follwing: ''QI -plenty more to see
Joe Peters Glass Co. and not pull them through. What Harold Shiver is feeling better read 5000 aloud feet of on 6" mechanical joint FLOWERSFor IQ and don this sparkling

will they do with the next one who? and was able to return home lined-Class AWWA 150 -Federal Tarcoated specifications enamel- All Occasions I I. :: ..--=----.,....- mountain air and
FOR ANY GLASS NEED Probably the only growers Tuesday from the Starke hospital.Mrs. WWP-42221-A. and all I there's supervised play

p We Design Modern Store Fronts can proposition the next freeze Emily Moody is on the 15 necessary 6"x6"x6"fittings Tees: DISH GARDENS for children baby sit

Just Mail Us A Pattern for will be those with irrigation. sick list this week. Among her 5 -- 6"xfi" Crosses e .. .. ters available. Have
When so-called winter weeds guests last Sunday were Mr. and 15 6" Tapped 2" Plugs POTTED PLANTSPOTTERY the time of your life at
Table Tops know that it was The said city reserves the rightto
were killed, we of Keystone Fontana. Write or
Mrs. Chester Moody accept or reject any or all bids.
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 cold and that it bit harder be- Heights, and Mr. and Mrs. Jonnie City of Starke. Florida phone for reservations

cause the ground was so dry. Yarbrough of Raiford.Mr. By: Carl Johns, City Clerk today Free color
1/18 3t 2/1
Flowers WiredAnywhere
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Friday Night-January 25 folder.
. ,.... ..... and Mrs. Joe Leslie For ,
t- --- --- -- -- -,,- ; Farm Bureau will have the program In Circuit Court Bradford County I
syth spent Saturday night and Florida; In Chancery.__ __
and Morris Edwards Jr. ,Pearl R. Lyles. Plaintiff vs. (X, K.
FUEL OIL Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Eddie FONTANA VI LLAGE
I I representing the Cattlemen will Lyles Defendant.
will Mullen of Lakeland, Ga. Case Xo. 10-1983 I Nona St. Starke I RESORT
This
the feeding.
i supervise Publication and Notice to
Jr. Order of
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns DEPT. S-56 FONTANA VILLAGE N. C.
all be at the first 1957 meetingin Appears State of Florida To
dinner guests of K. Lyles, whose residence and -
were Sunday O. 11
For \ the Lions Den at Starke. Food .
Dependable Keep Full Service Call Mrs. Johns' parents, Mr. and address is: Unknown.You
should be ready to serve at 7 p. are required to appear oa
Mrs. Nelsori Dekle of Jacksonville.Mr. February 11. 1957. in the above .

L. }1'. (Monk) DINKINS I m.The program will consist of I i son .Wilbur and Mrs., celebrated Roan Turner a joint and i named plaintiff tion of Court former seeks and divorce name.cause and wherein restora- ":t: : BOTTLED GAS SERVICECOMPLETE

reports on the National Convention last Saturday Bradford County Telegraph shall "
birthday supper publish this Order .In next four
FUEL OIL SERVICE i held last month at Miami ,night at Wilbur's home. Those en- weekly Issues.

Phone 63 Night 91 i Beach. A report of special interest joying the occasion were Mr. and seal Witness at Starke my ,hand Florida and, this official 9th BOTTLED GAS SERVICE FOR

382 Temple Ave. $takke, Florida will be given by Mrs.: Frazier Mrs. Kenny Turner and family, day of January 1957.
t Shaw on the ladies program in and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner Charles A. Darby. COMMERCIAL HOME OR FARM USESEE
... . . ., Clerk of the Circuit Court. --
S - -- --- -- --: Farm Bureau.
and family of Sanford, Mr. and By Marion L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
rr --- :'\ \ Farm Bureau president, J. R. Mrs. Alvin Kite, and Mr. and Chas. R. Hess, 204-05 Guaranty Life
Jacksonville. Fla.
Kelly, and Cattleman President, Mrs. Donnie Kite of Jacksonville.Mr. Attys.Building. for plf. 1/11 4t 2/1 US BEFORE YOU BUY

See BILLY JACKSONFOR Pat Miller, would like to see you and Mrs. Joe Moody and NOTICE_TO APPEARIn DIXIE GAS RANGE AS LOW AS $89.95

Mr. and Mrs. Fronnie Crews Circuit Court Bradford County,
visited Joe Dowling in High i Florida In Chancery. 20 GAL. GAS WATER HEATER AS LOW AS $89.95
Sarah Deans Evans, Plaintiff vs. .
Springs last Sunday evening. William Albert Evans Defendant. APPLIANCES OF ALL KINDS
TOP SOIL FILL DIRT DISKING Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Sapp and Case No. 10-1978
Notice To AppearTo
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Mrs. Fronie Moody attended : William Albert Evans, whose HARRY C. ELROD FURNITURE COMPANY
church services at Trinity Bible residence and address Is: A/3c,
And All Type Tractor Work 3750th U.S.AF. Hospital. Ward 108.
Church in Lake Butler last Sun- Sheppard Air Force Base Texas. 218 Temple Ave. Phone .t3
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You are hereby notified that 4
day night.
PHONE 165 Lowest Prices Easiest Terms
COLDS suit for divorce and restorationof
..FIGHTS ALL Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cook and former name
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fli AAAAAAA&&A&AAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYyyy'. YYVYVVYVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy'MAXYILLE- and family of Jacksonville spent along all right, so far. Little PENTECOSTAL IIOLINF.SS

NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Saturday' night and Sunday with Franklfn PendarviS and G ral- CHURCH
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie' Harris and dine Griffin are also on the sick
I I Sunday School, 10 a. rn.: Morning -
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY family. Mr. Denmark had Sunday. liSt. Worship, 11 a. m.: Evangelistic -

By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 By Ozora I. SheD By IIn. Co B. oIanAAI.4S.4AAAAL44AAAAAAAAAA Griffis.dinner with his aunt,. :Mrs. Julia I Don't forget Sunday School at services, 1:30 p. .

II I 9(5 a. m. and Worship Services Wednesday Prayer Meeting
-.-.-.-.-.yyy..yyyy.-----.-.-.-.! -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. -V-V-TV--V -VT--w.v.----.-v-V-V-VI &AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAAAAAAAAAAMarriage' Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Smith and' 7:30 m.
at 11 a. m.,and 1 p. m. each Sun- p.
Jr. and Mrs. hnSon babies of Jacksonville
George visited
Joint
"Nearly New" ShopToday,5 I Birthday Party Announcement as. day. Prayer Meeting on Wednes- TilE RIGHT POINT for the
and family of Jacksonville were with Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Harris
the "Nearly New" Shop I i Friday evening, Jan. 11, Linda Mr. and :Mrs. Henry Bryant an- Sports
dinner guests of Mr. and Sunday afternoon. day at 7 p. m. Everyone invited if way you write. Come In and Ie-
Mrs'i
opened in the McElrath Bldg", Moody, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. flounce the marriage of their R. J.- E. highlights on sports Raymond Kilgore Sunday. Hans you Jove a good old country led your favorite ESTERBRQOK
Carter has
across the street from Watson'sGrocery. Chester Moody, and Rodney Bam- daughter, Annette, to Airman A. include a recent victory by the I returned home church. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAI'H.
M-Sgt. Raymond Kilgore of
The Shop will be run by from the Bradford County Hospital -
Phillips of PinecastIe AFB, Or- Tigerettes over Central Academy -
ford of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
son
,
Tyndall Air Force base in
is
the ladies of St. Anne's Episcopal lando. The bride graduated from high school of Palatka on Monday Pan-I and staying with Mr. and S
Bamfo of Lake Geneva, were I ama City is spending a 15 day: Mrs. Henry Carter. -
Church and proceeds will be used rUE high school last :May and night with a score of 3940. The
to swell the building fund for honor guests at a joint birthday is an active member of Ebenezer tigers were not so fortunate Due furlough here with his iamily. "Mr. and'Mrs. N. H. Harris and CARLOAD

their new place of worship. The party given for them by their Baptist Church where the mar- to the absence of captain Joe Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Paul family have had as their guests 6 PURCHASE

t shop will handle a little of every- parents at the :Moody home on riage took place on Saturday, Tyson Williams they were miser- Garrett and family will be in- for a few days their daughter, ,

thing and anything including I I Brooklyn Bay Circle. Both chil- Jan. 19, at 7:30 p. m. Rev. L. W, ably defeated. We look forward tc terested to learn that they ar- Virginia, and her husband from OF G.E AUTOMATIC .

house plants furniture clothing dren have birthdays this month. M0geII.'Y officiated, assisted by the next home, game on Feb. 1. rived safely at Alameda, Calif. on Jacksonville. I
I WASHERS BRINGS YOU .
Jan. 18, where will make
and what-have-you. It will be!I Theme of the party was a Pastor Strong. with Murray High of St. Augus- they Mrs. Miller, our school bus driver -

open on Fridays and Saturdays,''I country barn dance, and the parents The best man was Alvin Bry- tine. Come out and cheer the boy their home. and her family have moved SI.

sO drop in some weekend, and see of the guests of honor, as- ant, brother. of the bride, while and girls whether they win, lose Mr. and Mrs: Drew Wilkinson into the Laura Bell home on LOW PRICE

what they have that you can use.! sisted by Mr. and Mrs: Ralph P. the matron of honor WW Alice or draw. visited with their son and daugh- Highway 228.

SL William'li Mission Bryan directed the fun and merriment Hudson, and flower girls were Credit Cnion, Meets ter-in-Iaw, Mr. and Mrs. Earl The Duval County Home Dem- '

A Mission was held at st Wil- Mary Lee Pittman and Irene Pitt- On Monday the B. C. T. C. U. Wilkinson, in Jacksonville- Satur- onstration Club Council will meet I .
- - - -
liam's Church in Keystone this frs. Morgan honored man. I met in the USO with the president day. Tuesdav, Jan- -.--_ _29._, At-_ th__ u.lTh'hi.. : ._.. GEN ELECTRIC

week. starting Sunday evening Mrs. H. L., Morgan Jr. was a The groom returned to duty at in charge The main item was Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilklnson Methodist Church on Park St. in ERAL"

) at 7:30, Father Walter J. Bueche, surprised person indeed when she Orlando on Sunday. Annette will the declaring of a six percent I of Jacksonville visited Tuesday Jacksonville and conduct and of- NEW 1957 DELUXE AUTOMATICS
of the Redemptorists' Order, conducted reside with her parents until dividened to all members. Reports I with :Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nolan ficer's training school. All local

p services including Rosary, discovered that she was the guest June. then they will spend their were received and adopted from and family and Mrs. Hattie Nolan. officers are urged to attend. ASHER

Instru<:tion. and BenqdictMn. of honor at a bridge party given honeymoon Decatur, Ill., with all committees. Several important Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zvoda of On Wednesday and Thursday, *1$ -

Thousands Brave Cold by Mrs. Herbert Nelson anli Mrs. the groom's parents. statements were made by Asheville, N..C. showed a film at Jan. 30-31, a workshop meeting WITH +tfh I ""

To. Attend Meeting t Bill Siprelle at the Nelson home, The church was beautifully decorated -i PrincipaLs Nolan and Casey. Prin- the Maxville Baptist Church Sunday on how to make lamp shades 1 \' : f" $;n' 1fCon 11 J

Thursday, Jan. 17, was about Wednesday, Jan. 16. All the guests for the occasion, and nup-, cipal C. C- Anderson was reelected night on the "Crucifixion" Will be'conducted by the Home L, .." ..., ,., I
the coldest day we have had all I 'brnlll7ht h2hv oifta whit.h .. tial music was furnished by Ozora to the Board of Directors. and scenes around Palestine.Mr. Demonstration Club at the 4-H ;'*: :, : ,'::<\..;,, '.. .. ,: '''"' '"flf
..... .. 'wr...
----0--- ---J '--. and Mrs. J. C. Nolan and
winter, but that didn't stop crowds I Shell.Mothers. Calling All I"ett'rans And Adult! Club Park in Jacksonville. : .,
of local and out-of.town folks deposited in a baby bassinette MarchAccording We are making a last and des- family visited with Mrs. Nolan's The Maxville ;t o..k. .f 1 t. 15 .Tnvt. wash
Civic Club will
) from coming to the big annual provided for the occasion, and to collections so far, perate appeal to aU veterans and father, Arthur Wilkinson, Sunday ptrlocll-4lvt..lcolly .... Inte
I meet Friday night, Feb. 1, at 8 spin, IAI on4 flllCll ins p.rods.
I Clay Electric meeting. It did, Mrs. Morgan was presented with I the March of Dimes drive has adults to attend the classes now evening at the Veteran's hospital o'clock. All members are urged toattend. '_ S.-

I however, deter them from the pur. the lot. Following the opening hit atl all-time high in school card in session at RJE on Monday, in Lake City: Mr. Wilkinson entered .

t chase of Coca Cola's, which will of gifts, the hostesses served collections and sale of peanuts Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.At the hospital last Thursday I Mr. and Mrs. george

I r ''be verified, I am sure, by Mrs. mince pie and coffee. Bridge was and suckers. Chairman L. M. present the enrollment is lag- for surgery.Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Howard of Mos1ey Mid- I

Bill Siprelle. The local P. T. A. played after the refreshments Royal is delighted with the fine ging to a point that we may be and Mrs. J. D. Padgett are dleburg visited Mrs. Hattie No1an
sold desserts and could have sold forced to close the Prin- building a new home close to
will program.
and high score was made by Mrs.S. The fund drive
responae Sunday evening and attended
a lot more, had they had them. E. McKay. Mrs. Doris Sunder- culminate with the Mothers cipal Eddie Thompkins is looking where our playground will be lo- services at the MaxvlUe Baptist $17W

People seemed to enjoy them- land was second high, while :Mrs. March on Thursday night, Jan. for a person qualified .to teach cated. Church Sunday night. ,

I selves, despite the bitter cold, just C. J. Bastedo went home v.it the 31, and will be led in our group "Moral and Spiritual Founda- Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Watson Billy Nolan, Richard Bell, and
I listening to Big Chief Willis' consolation prize. by Mother Pauline Marshall. tions In American Democracy," have their new home almost completed Marvin Smith Are the Maxville MODEL WA.35OP
Band and Peanuts to amounts to teaching the on the outside. We are
eating Prevent which
I will be contacted
I Girl Scouts Entertained Other mothers boys playing on the 8th grade WithTrade ..
Polio. When that got tiresome the Bible, but the person must be glad to see these new homes go- .u.; :0ll -
the county to join
Members of the Keystone throughout basketball team at the Baldwin
r they wandered over to look I. certified by the State Depart- ing up here. .
Heights-Melrose Girl Scout troop, March, and make it the greatest School this term. CHECK THESE IM
j at the electric display, and see ment of Education. We are urging Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nolan andsop. (tta I
under the leadership of Mrs. Fre- in our history. We are glad to hear that Mrs. ,
in
of Seville spent Sunday Big 8 lb. capacity
,
the oven that cooks. without heat, veterans and non-veterans '
mont Tolles, were guests of Mrs. Card of Thanks Franklin Bell is much improved
and the range that plays "Tend- adults in all walks of life to Maxville visiting Mrs. Hattie No- Easy top loading ..
Kenneth Platt Crum and family after HOME OF
on Monday after- Rev. C. A. a recent illness.
erly" when the meat is done! come out and join the program.If lan and family. They enjoyed din- Porcelain washbasket and tub
noon, Jan. H. Mrs. Platt, an wish to thank members and with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. No- Mrs. Raymond Kilgore is im- I .
Make B. 11. S. Honor Roll I I Englishwoman by birth, has lived friends for all the courtesies and we cannot increase our current ner Droved. after..-'n an___ attack_n____ nf'__ tnnsiitis _____-. famous G-E Actfyato Washing 1I11I1.t I !.1
I Mike Adams, son of :Mr. and in distress enrollment to an average of laA Action
I Ii I South America and Canada be- donations during their wounded last week.
seriously
sailor
be was
i Mrs. Gordon Adams of Keystone fore moving to Keystone Heights, period. He is especially grateful 20 persons per class we will If Friday night about 8:30 when his Mrs. Nora Durrance S S.yeer G-E Protection Plan
1.
of Feb.
Heights, was on the Honor Roll and she answered questions for to Boy Scout Troop 71 for their forced ,to close as automobile hit the railing at the Mrs. Nora Jane DurrancF'
at Bradford High School for the the girls. efforts. He reports that Sister we can get classes in sewing mother of the late Rev. Von Dee
foot of the
last grade-period. Mike is a senior -Mary Ann Schaeffer, Scribe. Emma Crum is recovering and started we have persons qualified overpass. Branch Durrance of Maxville died Thurs.day -
Members of the Long
and tonigt.t -
Come register
teach.
this year. Bake Sale 'ht'duJed asks for your continued prayers. to Baptist Church held jrayer meet- Jan. 17, at her home in Lu-

On the same honor roll were On Saturday, Jan. 26, the Key- Completes Internship } ing services Tuesday night at the dowici, Ga. She was 71 years old
three Keystone Heights Freshmen stone Heights Woman's Club will School Lunch and died from a heart attack.
Mildred Williams, a senior at I home of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Ed-
I : Agnes Watson. daughter of hold a Bake Sale across the street Bethune-Cookman College, Daytona Parents are asked to send all wards. Funeral services were held Saturday G. J. MCGRIFF APPLIANCESGENERAL

t Mr. and Mrs. Al Watson: Gary from the Post Office in the aband. Beach, has completed a nine children prepared to participate 1tr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilson of afternoon at 2:3P in the

I Chance, son of :Mr. and Mrs. Ray oned building that was once oc- weeks intern period at RJE. Her in the hot lunch program. The Jacksonville are spending a few Methodist Church in Ludowici

I Chance: and John Dodd, son of cupied by Jim Gaboardi's Sign classes gave her a farewell party meal is just 20c and the milk 3c. days with Mrs. Hattie Nolan. I and interment was at GlennviIle, ELECTRIC APPLIANCES

:Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dodd. Shop. The next business meeting before she left on Jan. 16. Mildred You cannot pack a lunch that. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley and i Ga. Mrs. Durrance's six grandSons -

is the sister of Deacon and cheapley. Let's support the hot Mr. and Mrs. i were pallbearers. They were
son, visited with COR. CALL AND WALNUT PHONE 229
tS lunch 100 cent. 1vrs.I .
program per R. V. and Howard Durrance of
Mrs. J. C. Carl well of Starke. Tommie Smith and sons in Jack-
Alma Jenkins, manager, assisted Maxville, Ronald Durrance, Butch

c tSc FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I New We Church are. haDDv Reporter to welcome Mrs. I by Mesdames Charity Williams sonville Jlrs. Sidney Sunday.Bell Hall and Olrs. Tatum, Charles and Larry Swin- STARKE FLA.

Louise Broxt to the staff of and Inez Hightower Best. Prin- Sylvia Carter and son of Jack- dle. She is survived by five sons, We Service Everything We Sell
I
Eddie Thompkins.
cipal Parker and Jack of .Miami
church reporters for the Brad- sonville visited with Mrs. Hattie Doyle
t STARKE, FLA. ford County Telegraph. We hope Reno Theater Attractions Nolan Monday. of Ludowicl, Hoover of Savannah,

that before the Centennial in May Saturday Jan. 26, at 7:30 p. The Maxville Baptist Training and Kellis of Glennville, Ga., and _
m.. "Chump at Oxford," starring two daughters, Mrs. Christine / \
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor every church in Bradford County Union will hold a party Friday
Laurel and the world's TatuCl and Mrs. Merle Swindle of
Hardy,
and make .
a church.Mr.
will have a reporter night, Jan. 25, at the
r Jefferson and Court Streets In The' Heart of TownS contribution during the celebra. greatest comedy team. Serial, and Mrs. Avery'Slade and Glennville Ga.; one sIster, Mrs. +

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 tion of the 100 years that there "Congo Bill," chapter 14. Sunday family of Hampton,have recently Pearl Shealy of Glennville and wr

has been a town called Starke. at 5:30 p. m. "Mystery Ranger," moved into the Lucas house. two brothers, Elias Stricklan:1 of

We hope we will be invited to serial, "Law of the Wild," chapter Mrs. Nathan Starling and Mr. West Bend, Ind. and Milan L. .
-j Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. lfi Attend Reno Theater Strickland of :Maxvile.Rawis .
participate in some way. Mrs. \ your and Mrs. Harold Starling of Law- -
School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. each week. plan is Home Burns
I Sunday Broxton is a graduate of RJE A remodeling tey were guests Sunday of Mr.
with being made, by Manager E. Giv- The home of Charlie Rawls, I
has travelled
I and extensively and :!oirs. J. C. Higginbotham.Mr.
Midweek Service 7:30 P.M.
Wednesday, colored resident of Max-
for the spring. lifelong
husband BrOJton ens Waters
her ,. Sgt. now and Mrs. James
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at serving the U. S. Army overseas. Wateroak School News and family of Lawtey and Rev vile, burned to the ground Friday ..'

Louise is residing with her parents According to Principal M. E. and Mrs. Lester Taggart of Doc- night and everything that

11 8.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thomof I Roberts the school started the tor's Inlet were dinner guests ot he and his family had was lost ;/ :-ci
in the fire which started'from a .
new year with, hot lunch. Most of Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higginbot- ,
the club will beat_ 2 p. m. Feb. the food is prepared by the prin- ham Sunday.Mr. heater. If any of you have any

12. before she leaves home for articles of clothing or household
cipal and Mrs. E. D. Higginbot-
Reminder school. She has a travelling re- ham and sons were Sunday guests furnishings that you would likE\. 2
See Auditorium With "New Look." Get tickets soon for the to donate to this
your fecory.: One of the menues for of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Sweat in family please
St. Valentine's! ,Day Dance to be last week included hot fried fish, bring it to the home of Mr. and ,

hear These Sermons by Pastor Marvin Faile held Saturday evening, Feb. 16, mashed potatoes, greens and corn. Macclenny.Miss Gloria Higginbotham has Mrs. C. B. Nolan and we will

11 A.M. "The Price Of Backsliding." at the Sky tel. The dance ,will be I bread. These little youngsters are returned to Jacksonville and is see to it that they receive it. I'm

S sponsored by St. William's Cath- fat and healthy because all of working again at Pat's Drive Inn. sure that anything will' be appreciated -

olic Club and tickets may be them eat. The PTA will have returned The five occupants of
I I : Mrs. D. J. Parrish
8 P.M. "The Heavenly Abode. purchased from most' any niember. their second meeting on MOnday, home last Thursday from the the house are at,the present stay-

There will be valuable door Feb. 4. Mrs. Beatrice DeSue presi-I Bradford County Hospital where ing at the home of W. J. Rawls &at

prizes. dent. All members are asked to: she wan a patient for several days and Tom and Bernice Bryant in is your
First Church Personals Denmark Baldwin until arrangements can
Baptist Hampton attend. I Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
We are sorry to hear that Mrs. Hampton School News be made for them to get another

.j Joe (Pat) Pawlikowski is' In St. Principal Mellonease Taylor: of God. Isaiah Petteway of the U. home.CVVVVyyyyyyvyyyyyyyYYYY.

Sunday School 10 A. M. B.T.U. 7 P. 1\1. Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville made a preliminary report of i S. Navy left Jan. 17 for San best mattress buy.IT

and underwent surgery the $10.20 for school card collections I Francisco, where he will depart .

"Hour Of Power" Wed, 8 P. M. other day. At the time of this on Polio. Several cards have not i for overseas duty in Japan. He

writing, she was doing as well been .turned in and the lung and i spent 23 days here with his parents PINE LEVEL

as could be expected. On Sunday, their total quite the William Lanes, and other CAN'T SAG
should boost
Listen to "CRUSADE FOR CHRIST"WRUF can I
: the pawlikowskis' second son WW relatives and friends.-Elder How- ,
a 'bit. They are planning a l1u-1 '", ,1\Irll. II. 1\1. MeRasAAAALAA&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A (ordinary mattress).
baptised at St. Willianfs Catholic ard W. Strong, reporter.A .
pastor:
steal variety show soon. Super- St A B wired
Springs together.
__ Sat. 6:30 to 6:45 A. M. Church after the 11 o'clock powerful sermon was delivered .
visor Shell has re-organized their Press others
Mass. The ceremony was performed by the pastor last Sunday at 1-) '. / one, sag.
5-
Mickey Mouse Club that was. Mr. nd.:Mrs. Robert Taylor and '
1 I by a friend of the family, music Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. U- -i' i% B (Beautyrest). Coils
started by E. E. Minott, children of Olustee, and Mr. and
Father McLoughlin, of Wilmington Church. Sister Fannie Bell Mor- l. A-I l individually pocketed.
specialist. They are also selling Mrs. Robert Myrick and children
DeL God-parents were Mr. ris was baptized at this service Act separately. No sag.
YOU CAN peanuts for Polio. Mrs. Lizzie of Starke were Sunday dinner
: and Mrs. Lou Caron, also of Wilmington and was assigned to Class No. 2.
-..,,,.. ,. -""" Walker Sullivan,_ reporter. guess of 'the H. M. McRaes.Mr. .
,,.',*.. -" ;>>"" )-W"..' ". Del. Little Gail Randolph. daughter of
.....' It=" '" t=" : t School News and Mrs. H. H. Lewis were IT LASTS LONGER T' .
S NA 0 'l11urston
fP"&h. ,k'f" ;-'
*
V r"'III::: ,,,, ':>...''' .:.. Mrs. Mary Smulski, Mrs. Paw- Rev. and Mrs. A. R. Randolph,
71"';'''.,.t'",$""' ;t'i-&" ;'1i> likowski's mother, is here now On Monday Principal S. C. was also christened at this serv- visiting friends in Lawtey one Pounded by Torture Tester at If
0i },.;' T-t';M: kw Price and teacher D. Jackson re- day last week. United States Co. .
Testing
,. > ).m. '<, K from Wilmington Del. to help in ice. Jen's Day will be held on ,- .
1::: ,.; 1.' $2-1''for polio cards and O. C. Cason had just started
looking after the two Pawlikow- ported Beautyiest lasted twice SIT
Ji w i.'S Sunday, Jan. 21, with Bro. Levy
ThisYear -&,.,:.'w; t.-'"""....",, ", ski boys while their mother is sale of peanuts. They will make' Lennon as chairman. All memo gathering his strawberries when I long as next best mattress.
!; :!*, r,! 1.. in the hospital.Mr. a later report on the lung container the cold weather came along and
{: bers are asked to see their lead-
tt &
w,:;> ">..B" ... \. I and the cn which will knocked them out. A couple of
and Mrs. I
.
..UJ. >... : "'i'5: Coy Stephenson ers and make this day a success.
tol-q; weeks he sold five
crates
t <* '?t'i of Camp Blanding were recent end with the Mother's March on The pastor is asking all ministers ago one
>"' .,} {H... Jan. 31. The members day for $9 per crate.
:
Sunday of 1.fr. and Mrs. Thursday,
guests
of the city to worship with us at
>-. ,, $ of the PTA, Anderson Junior Wm. Guy Hall and orners .of
""
... 4j t& Chester Moody of Brooklyn Bay 3 p.m.. after which dinner will be I I
S Cocoa attended church services
-S w! ""r. '. Circle. High School, Lawtey Principal served at the parsona e. Addle
i '0i Eddie Thompkins and wife en- here last Sunday and were dinner -
Mrs. Fred W. Hartmann and
.,..t !:r.& Leggett, president of Choir 1'0. 1.
wonderful at the guests at the home of Guy's I
party
joyed a
daughters of Wilmington Del.,
asks all members to come to rehearsal -
1 df.IIli1AJiI4Il IiI 1 home of Deacon and Mrs. Charlie parents, the W. E. Halls. IS CERTIFIED POSTURE.RIGHT
: ,, arrived last weekend for a visit each Wednesday night at
"
'! .. \""\'.\W'M with Mrs. Hartmann's parents, Price in Gainesville on Jan.. 1(. 1:30 p.m.-Louise Broxton, re- ..,..S ....' :vvvyv.v.vv.;rG TF :f:" A (ordinary mattress). Wired together springs sag together.
:t 1\Ir. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson of Rev. E. L. Walker, president,
.} "t *.,.'<' porter. Result"bammocky" position, curved spine, improper rest.
'
t.'"!>"tt."''t>. Ke'stone. On Tuesday evening, -Mrs. S. C. Price, principal, Dorothy Greater Antioch Baptist Church S (Beautyrest). Each of 837 coils adjusts to weight above.
; Jackson 111 G H LAN D
Mrs. Hartmann's sister.in-law reporter. Rev. George Lee, pastor, closed Result: perfect support, straight spine, healthful sleep.
$ Mrs. H. Rodney Sharpe III, joined Anderson Junior II1h its annual anniversary successful-

[I S ,,, -<1;":,&,<''>,;ii.;. her, and the two ladies left for atreeweek On Monday, Jan. 21, at noon Iv. Due to several cold nights fly Mrs. Lacy Nonnaa ,.

S" % "1" trip to Nassau, while the 6th and 7th grade classes during the past week several of /
.
,
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:
I & .i.iir1flrItT1r.a"5n'it '. ", ,,' 1, the children, Michele and Randi, taught by Mrs. D. Richardson had the churches listed to participate 115 ) tE.4It
"\>"(,! k..tf remained with the Nelsons for a a box lunch. This party was did not come. With the help or Mr. and l rs. Floyd Norman !, .!lI _. :

lVb. \isi t. sponsored in the interest of the the Lord we raised $108.(0, and visited friends and relatives in I W'

Nice to see Mrs. Gladys Bach- contest that will close on May sincerely thank all churches that Glen St. Mary last Sunday.Mr. (!

mann back in circulation after a Day. It is an annual affair and responded. The largest amounts .-,and lrs. D. L. Rigsby of STANDARD SEXTRA4IRM

rather severe case of flu. has created much interest through contributed came from New Bethel : Starke, and her daughter: Mrs. or .

Among those who hue recently the years. Help your child's class Baptist Church and East New Mattie Belle Rowe of Jacksonville,

arrived to open their homes for be the winner and have the king Port Baptist of Gainesville. Rev. visited the Ruth J,1arr family last S

the winter season at Park-of.the. nd queen as.well as the winning Alphonso Jenkins Is pastor of the sunday afternoon. .

Palms are: :Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. teacher. C. C. Anderson. princi- latter church and founderbuilderof Yr. and :Mrs. L. JL Norman You have a choice of two Beautyr st models: the Standard

Gordon of Grand Rapids, Mich. nat, R. H. Donald reporter. Greater Antloch. Of the mon- and sons visited their son-in-taw (Normal-Firm) model and the Extra-firm modeL Either way

Mr. and Mrs. O. Jensen Staten Ch1D't'h News ev raised a liberal donation wa. and daughter the Charles Mos- you get the best because either way it's Beautyrest. Come

FLORIDA BANK at STARKES. Island, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. A.M. '. On sunday, Jan. 27. the Singing given to Rtv. C. A. Cnun, who is leys, in Jacksonville Sunday af.ternoon in and see,pnd feel, both and take your choice.

: Jackson, Canaan.Vt.; and Mr Wonders Gospel Singers of confined_ to'his home from an ac- Charles is released from

and Mrs. Ernest Pierce, Fitch- Jacksonville will be heard in song cident, and our member, Sister the hospital and getting along Use Our Budget Plan

Member Florida National Group burg, Mass. Guests are also ar- recitals at the First Born Church Louisa Brown who was recently tine.

riving in large numbers at Park- at 3:30 p.m. and 8 p.rn. Las Sun released from the hosPital in The ihant daughter of Mr. and

of.the-Palms for another season day the members accompanied Jacksonville. The balance will be Mrs. Edward Herndon was op- Denmark Furniture Co. of Starke

of outstanding programs and the 1)8Stor to Cosmo, where they used for church expenses. Deacon crated on in SL Vmcent's Hospital -

I activities. rendered services at the Church J. Co Culwell, reporter last Friday. She is getting


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.. .. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH,'STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARV M_ 1957 -
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4-WAY STOPI I Changes In Social Security Laws STOP SIGNCRACKDOWN Member DeadlineIs Two Year Plan .. Boys Lose Two BHS night. gymnasium next Thursday


For EnlistmentIn


were corner Two erected of additional Walnut last week and stop Jefferson at signs the- And How They Affect Your FamilyImportant day Mayor ordered%V. T.the Jackson Police Mon-De- Extended By ,Army Told As Girls Win services Sunday HIGHWAY, 11 school a.,m.10 CHAPEL;a.Evangelistic m.; Church


streets, making the inter- partnwnt to crack( down ondrivers A two year enlistment in the services, 7:30 p. m.; Thursday,
section a four way stop.Many changes were madein would not be increased upon
who run stop signs Concert GroupElden U. S. Army has just .become effective In Cage GamesBradford young people's meeting, 7:!o p.
drivers, used to.Walnut. beinga Social Security laws last year. reaching age 65. It figures like and red lights. :M-Sgt.: Denton Gaster, m.

through street, apparentlyhave Many people have written and in- this: a working woman who retires Noting: that two bad wrecks Army recruiting sergeant an-

failed to notice the new quired about the changes.VMt at age of 62 will start receiving recently would have been Ma'thews, president. of the nounced. High's basketball
signs. ? How d6 they affect her money sooner, but if avoided If the had -Bradford-- -- -
were they stop signs Area Mutual Concert I This new plan is tied invi team suffered defeats in their
Mayor W. T. Jackson in you? Were they good or bad? she lives to be 67 years,.and six been heeded the Mayor told I Association, announced yesterdaythat the Reserve Forces Act of 1955 last two court outings, losing to I

requesting the new signs cited The last answer you will haveto months old 'she stands to lose the policemen to make special I due to the inability of the and carries a six year military : Fernandina Beach Friday night, '

a recent serious wreck at the decide for yourself, but we because she took her reduced retirement effort to stop drivers who workers to contact all of the I obligation. 58-42, and to P. K. Yonge Tues- I

corner and noted the poor visi- can report on the more important I' early rather than waiting fail to observe the signs. people in this area, the member- the featuresof day night, 55-31. .
bility there. Under the new and what they for a full retirement.So ship drive has been extended until One. c important
changes this enlistment option is thata But the losses of the boys'
system all cars will come to mean. be careful before you exer- noon Saturday, Jan. 26 enlist and be team were 'offset as the girls
Matthews young man may
a stop, proceeding under the BROADER COVERAGESelf- cise this right-you might lose in Cong. "This will be the final deadlinefor deferred from going on active continued their winning ways by -
first come, first go arrangement the long run.DISABLED. memberrhips" Mr. Mathews ;
,
I downing Ocala5430 Friday I4J
employed professional groups duty for as much as four months.
BENFITSUnderthe News LetterFEDERAL said. "No admission to the I"
i
now eligible to participate include concerts 'The six year military obliga- night and journeying to Lake
'
: lawyers, dentists, osteo- new changes, payments will will be sold at the door." tion is broken down into three City Tuesday night to rack upa

I paths, chiropractors, veterina- be made, beginning at age 50, to AID TO SCHOOLSI Contracts have been signed for parts: twoS years active duty, 45-35 victory. I

Methodist Men's Club rians, naturopaths, optometrists.This fully insured workers who are should like to discuss one of appearances here this season of three years in the active l' reserve In theFernandina Beach Enlarge it!

provision is effective for totally disabled for substantial the great problems of our time, The Festival Symphonette: the and one year in the inactive re-I game, the Tornadoes traded the

Holds Supper MeetingThe taxable year after 1955. gainful work of any kind. that of federal aid to education.As American. Piano Trio, and Mary serve. Pirates score for score in the Your insurance protection

RETIREMENT AGE FOR Several conditions which must everyone knows, we are fall- Hutchinson..Memberr.iip: cards will] Sgt. Gaster will be at the I first half, but couldn't seem to
Men's Club of the First be met disabled workers In be mailed out some time priorto should be enlarged to fit
by '
WOMEN-Under the new pro- ing behind nearly everywherewith Starke post office at 11 a. m. keep pace during the last per-
Methodist Church met Monday visions, widows and surviving order to qualify: our responsibility of providIng the first concert on Feb. 7. I, Jan. 23 to talk to young men iod. Half-time score was 24-23. changing conditions. This

night at 7:30 o'clock in the recrea- i dependent mothers would be 1. The worker must be "fully" adequate school buildings and In the event a person wishingto interested in this plan.Independents. Charles Noegel set the pace Hartford agency welcomesthe

tion hall for a supper and busi- given full benefits at age 62 instead insured. other facilities for our boys and purchase a membership is not for the Starke lads Friday .night

ness meeting. I of the present age of 65. 2. He must have been covered girls. We have a special problem contacted by a worker, the mem- i Win with 13 points followed closelyby chance to talk with prop- [

business. session This is a flat lowering of the age under social security for five of In our own f great state of' bership may be purchased from Reason Kirkland with 12. Don erty owners who want to
the .
During presided I'
limit without any strings attached. the immediately pre'ceding 10 Florida, since we are the fastest i the the Chamber of Commerce Drury sparked the Pirates' attack know just how their insur-

over by the prer'dent, Lou You now begin to receive years. growing state in population in. office or from Elden Mathews, Over RangersThe with 20 points.

Hillendahl, it was. decided for the your benefits earlier. 3. He must have been coveredfor the; East, and we rank second or Mrs. Carl Roberts, Mrs. Robert .... Tuesday night Kirkland was ance fits their needs. It is

local group to affiliate and be- Working women and wives I 18 months out of the immed- third in the whole country in Mullins, Rev. W. S. McAliley, Starke Independent Bas top scoring man with 15 points. our business to know what

come members of the Methodist I would be given "reduced" benefits iately preceding three years. proportion of growth to present Rev. Donald Kokomoor, Mrs. E. ketball team Wednesday Forest night 1 Leading P. K. Yonge shooters losses mie-hl. ormr.
defeated_____ __ the Florida --- ---co-- ------
4. Thre is a waiting period of and state K Perryman, Gilbert Goldwire, n
Men's of the entire if they begin to draw them population. Our local were Terry Davison and Tom
organization Ranger School at Lake City bya
church, and to renew the charter. between age 62 and 65. This reduction six months before payments are officials have been making valiant or the from any other worker. In score of 54-38. This was the Canfield, each with 12 points. \ .roO
Mrs.
to works on a basic for- payable. efforts to keep pace with Keystone area, Roy For the Lassies, Sandra Strick-
A committee appointed for
was Chance is in of sales.If second win over the Rangers .
plan the programs of the club and mula. For example, workingwomen Applications for. these pay- this amazing growth, but they charge the Starke men. In the previous land again was the star shooter "...
member is unable to
80 ments will be made before July the first to admit that more a use o .
to suggest prpjects to be considered would receive only are they won 83-34. W. E. racking up 20 points against
by its members. It was decided per cent of their full benefit if 1, 1957. And no payments will be money is needed immediatelyjust his or her membership for any game Criswell hitting Lake City.; "" -'r ..,It"
led in scoring by -
under this particular! concert, it be used .,.
that a $1 membership fee wouldbe they retire at age 62. If they retire made to dependents to keep up with current may the basket for 20 points. Coach Nina Andrews said that

required of those joining, and between the ages of 62 and provision. They are only for the needs. The federal goyernmenthas by someone else, If a purchaser Koch's Team was set back the credit for. the win should go
rlLcablE___ worker__ _.__ himself. moves from the area, his mem-
H. C. M%
be five- tapped just about every
would
they would be given a membershipcard 65 they given n u RESTRICTION bership fee will be refunded. 36-73 at the hands of the Green to the guards who played AgencyPhone
cent for eachmonth's IMPORTANT possible source of revenue, leav- "
for the year. ninths of one per Cove Bullets Wednesday night, "splendid ball.
'The three booked
The next meeting will be on i delay up to age 65. I' Don't bite the hand that feeds ing our local and state tax bodies here this season programs offer a wide Jan. 16, but recovered sufficientlyby Friday night both the boys : 146
the
i The formula for wives is a bit you. The law says that with no place to go for new to invade t1 and girls team will travel to
I Thursday night
Feb 18 at 7:30 This of
Monday, : p.m. variety topnotch entertainment -
benefits to those
different. If they retire at age courts can stop income. With this state of affairs '* home ground of the Palatka Palatka for a game and Tues 200 E. Call Street
will not be meeting, but sedition, :Mr. :Mathews said. "It
a of
,
supper 62, they will receive only 75 percent I I convicted {{reason many requests have been is hoped that team and rack up a 51-36 vic day night both teams will playin
homemade ice cream and cake will of their full benefits. And if sabotage, or espionage. made to Congress for some form many more peoplein Green Cove. The Keystone Starke Fla.
'the Bradford area will take advantage -
be served. they retire between the ages of 62 I of federal aid to education.It i of this opportunity to tory.This was ,the second straightwin Tournament will begin at the

and 65, they would be given 25- School Finance StudyMrs. is my firm and sincere con- ,see these New York attractions." for the Bullets over the

Cub ScoutsCub SGths of one per cent for each viction that the primary responsibility Starke team. High point man for

month's delay in the retirementup A. N. Holliday, presidentof for education is in the the local team was W. E. Cris- Sell It Rent It Trade

Scout Pack 70 will meet to age 65. the Starke Elementary PTA, local community and the State. Border Patrol well with 13 points and second
'
Monday night, Jan. 28, at 7:30: But, there is one thing to re called a meeting of the executive We also need to face up to the high was Buddy Strickland with _

o'clock in the Methodist recrea- member. It's important. If a wifeor board Wednesday afternoon in tin fact that these conditions now Exams Open 8. For the"Bullets, R. A. Gris- WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow

tion building. Den 1 will presenta working woman accepts a reduced Cafetorium for the purpose of existing are not emergency mette set the pace with 18

skit, and mothers of Den 2 will: benefit, this benefit would organizing a committee to study; short-time situations, but can be fit in- points, and D. R. Clark was

have charge of refreshments. continue to be payable, and it fKhool: finances. expected to continue for the Indefinite terested Physically in a Federal young Law men'Enforcement second with 14. Rates Good Results Easy To Place

future. Even more so is The first quarter of the Palat-
career may file appli- tO WORDS OR LESS ONE INSERTION . lOr
this true in Florida, as more and cations to take the written examination ka game was nip and tuck, but

more thousands of people -f rom for'the United States by the half time. the Starke EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2o

other state move to our state, and Border Patrol, the team was leading 29-17 and wen 25c ADDITIONAL FOR BUND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IV ADVANCE
an-
MODERNIZE YOUR OFFICE EQUIPMENT with our high birth rates. nounced this week. patrol .' never in serious trouble aerain DISCOUNT OF IB PER CENT ON TWO OR MORE INSERTIONS

Against Palatka T. Stricklandwas .
kind of federal for _.
Any help
I I
The Border Patrol is the armed high point man with 19 and
our schools must be kept free uniformed enforcement branch of
Criswell was second high with
: from federal bureaucratic the FOR RENT Five room furnished
any Immigration and Naturalization. -
''V most of waking hours in your 13. apartment. 624 N.
You spend your Church
the WHEN IN NEED OF St.
let
control. If we should ever Its
purpose is to detect and Tuesday night, Jan. 29. the Apply 518 N. Church St. Phone

office. Why not have it as pleasant and attractive federal government- begin telling- Drevent_ the smueerliner uo and---- illegal---0-- Starke men will play Gainesville. LANDSCAPINGFILL 175-W. tfchg
us how to run our public schools, entries of aliens into the United APARTMENT

2 : t as your home. You will be surprised at the I believe we will have socialistic States and to apprehend those Lawtey Lions Slate DIRTor son Appliance.St. Apply FQR! at RENT Gay's on Madi.Home

government, which none of us guilty of such violations. Phone 10. tfchg
will DISKING
_1 increased efficiency that new equipment want. You may recall last year Any young men interested Ham Supper FridayThe I WE BUT AND SELL USED FUR- _
W. L. THIGPEN JR.Rt.2BoxZl5DAlton
-F- that we had a bill before theHowe should contact the* local Civil ;I NITURE. Elrod Furniture Co..
Phone
bring to your office. Lawtey Lions Club will B&FHQNE it. tfchr
of Representatives pro- Service Commission office or local i
Aid for serve a ham supper at the Law 297/4 iI I
viding for some Federal US. Post Office where blanks UNFURNISHED Apartment, three
schools.' Congressman Powell ofNew will be furnished. tey school cafeteria Friday night, Starke, !1a. I rooms, with refrigerator and space
Jan. 25 at 7 Pro- heater. Also furnished
starting m.
p. apartments -
in
York insisted on putting The next examination will be 1 Mr. and Mrs. W H. Noll-
amendment that ceeds will go to benefit the polio man 228 W. Madison.
an requiring I given in February. Appointmentsfrom tfchg
EXECUTIVE DESKSSTENOGRAPHER'S I none of the money would go to this examination will be fund drive. 3% PAID ON SAVINGS KEY-
County Judge T. A. Yawn and STONE STATE BANK KEY- OCR TENTH ANNIVERJART
ji' t states which had segregated made on the southern border of STONE HEIGHTS, FLA. MEMBER RADIOS REPAIRED
DESKS schools. When this amendment the United States. Candidates Hugh Griffin, a District Governor FDIC.WANTED All Makes All II".
I Reasoaable Ckarcea .... .. ....
I of Lions, will be the princi- #
added to the bill, I joined --.n.
was must be at least 5 feet, 8 inches 508 new Bottled Gas CHAS. C. SHEPHERD *
EXECUTIVE CHAIRS with the majority of Congress in tall, weigh at least 140 pounds, pal speakers, .and other enter Customers. Low installation cost. T03 W. Call St.. Starke ... 239
tainment will be provided.The Prompt Service. Harry C. Elrod
to kill the whole
helping pro- and be in superior physical con- Furniture Co. tfchg
.. supper is $1 per person ,FOR RENT Four room house
STENO POSTURE CHAIRS posal. dition. Applicants must 'not be and bath
on Cherry St., known
I. There is a plan now pending less than 21 yearsof age at and the public is invited. 21 INCH TELEVISION consoles, til as Joe Truby house. Unfurnished
down at DahmerUch..
Gas
range electric
which I feel is a fair and commonsense the date of appointment, but'per- Apply Mrs. Carrie Ward.water Ztp heater.2/1

way to help our sons between 20 and 21 may.apply FOR RENT Two bedroom Unfurnished -

Lowest Prices on Steel Filing Cabinets schools. Congressman Scrivner of for the examination. Vision with ple -desired.garage Phone-apartment.134-J. tfchg Cou- FOR with SALE bookcase- One sides.extra Call large 134-J desk

Kansas and others have intro- the use of both eyes must be. at HP

duced a joint resolution providingthat least 20-20 without glasses. Each WANTED-Waitress. Apply B &
4 Drawer 4 Drawer ( 1 G Truck Stop Restaurant. tfchg FOR RENT-Houses furnished and
must be 'G11
one percent of all income applicant a qualified 10 t' unfurnished on Lake. Modern

taxes collected under federal automobile operator with at least G.uai.c adla Formosa conveniences. W. S. Sibley, Silver _

Letter Size Legal Size statutes in each State or territory one year of experience."The BLOOMING AZALEAS Heights Lake, ,phone Fla. 3852, Keystone
Up 2/1
PlantilOe to $2.00
shall be turned to Border Patrol offers
over that i a
I: .# GREATLY ,REDUCED PRICEs
>; $46.50 _i $54.95 State or Territory for use for career, an opportunity for ad- s. *-of 25-.o 160 FOR bungalow RENT, Five room block
plenty of built-in
educational purposes only, with- vancement and a premium retirement Azaleas flute 1890 cabinets and closets. Shower,

.. .. out any federal direction, con- plan," the announce- BELVEDERE AZALEA screened porch, carport. Two

r Plus Tax $ -. ., Plus' Tax trol or interference. Under this ment said. The new officer receives GARDEN AND NURSERY room location.cottage 719 Laura in rear.St. Phone Desirable 137.

plan, Florida would receive $377 a month during his PAULINE EARLE COLLINS trchr
P. O. Box 188 Earletca. Fla. -
more than $8 million dollars per training period. His salary is in- FOR SALE- Farm-All Cub Trac-

year, based on recent internal creased to 5414 as soon as he One down repossessed payment Spinet Piano.Just No tor. Cultivator, planter, distributor
necessary.
revenue collections figures. In satisfactorily completes one year pick up the payments and the turn plow and mowing ma-

contrast under the provisions of of service. When' he has three piano is yours. Gridley Music chine.Conner, Good Rt. 2, condition.Box 168. Starke.M. L.
Full Size Smith Corona Company, Inc. 1025 West Univer-
the bill considered last year years of service he is eligible to sity Ave. Phone FR 2-4032 FR tfchg
I take 2-1036. Gainesville. Fla. Ztchgr 1/25
examinations
Florida would have receiveda promotional FOR SALE OR TRADE Red
r :
te I net amount of less than $4 given by the Border Patrol. He SALES-LADY Wanted. Must be Tamworth male hog or will trade

Pacemaker million dollars. We ought to can retire at age 50 on approximately experienced. Willing to work. sent for porker Rd. C. T. Whittle Bes-
Typewriter -- Good pay. Nick's Fruit Stand. 2tp 1/25
keep in mind that Washington one-half of his highest -- #_Iz 2tp 1/25

has no to distribute to us salary. EARTH WORMS FOR SALE -
money
FOR SALE -. 14 ft. Fishing Boat James Dommon, 806 Pine St.. In
other than the money which they "The job is both arduous and with fish well, canvas top and Reno. Price right. 2tp 1/25
Only $169.67 ijFi have collected from us in Taxes. dangerous. The duties demand 15 horsepower Evinrude motor. -
SmithCoronaPORTABLE Good condition. $195 Cash. See
Our first to alertness and REAL ESTATE OPENING!
dollars must go exceptional vim, Billy Graham Alvarez Store. CHANCE to operate your own
Washington and then be returned vigor and stamina," the announce- 2tchg 1/25 :real estate business, backed by a

Plus Tax to us, and this trip always results ment said.Trapeze. TYPEWRITER For Your Starlight Lawn Marker well-established- to coast nationallyknowncoast organization
in smaller dollars wh'enthey and Name Plates, Call :Mae Green. UNITED FARM AGENCY, with a

Terms Arranged get back to us. If this resolution Is ScheduledAt From 74.50, plus tax glfi-L.! ltD 1/25 honorable record of service more, than is now 30 seekingthe years'
LOST Dec. 29 pair of BI.focals
were passed it would i right man or couple to take
not add a single person to the Park Theatre SPREAD JOY tan black case.rim Please trimmed leave in at silver BradfordCo. in over the Starke territory. Complete _
training
adequate supervision and
Federal payroll, would not add a in the family by giving theworld's Telegraph. 2tp 1/25 advertising support to assure suc
"
"Trapeze, opening Sunday forD cess. No investment required. Real
dollar to our tax bill, and would
three fastest and most FOR RENT "7" Four room furnished estate experience .not necessary.
day run at the Park Thea-
1c:2.: certainly eliminate all possibilityof house car port and utility room Assistance given In securing license.
Remington Rand "Topflight"a' Federal control. I think this tre, features a taut human triangle beautiful portable type- on Walnut St. Inquire at 504 E. Licensed salesmen or brokers also
against a panoramic circus back- writer-with the touch and Prownlee. Apt. 2. 3tp 1/5 invited to investigate the advan-
offers sensible to
plan a approach
tages of Joining the UNITED organi-
I the problem of Federal control.I ground. action of an office machine FOR SALE zation to share in the benefitsof

Adding Machines $116.99 I think this plan offers a sensible Starring in the production are Come in early. for your 20 acre farm.. S bed-- -room--- -hnutu_ l'_"..UNITED'S,..nIAtA.._._ _.hll.___nation-wide u_, .In"I"lnD'__.w_.....program.-nan.aVI'- ....,
approach the problem of Burt Lancaster, Tony Curtis, and demonstration of the marvelous some fruit trees, electricity, dally our famous catalog, mailed without
Gina obligation. Write today!
AND UP Federal aid to education and Lollobrigida. new Smith-Corona mall and school bus, 1 mile from UNITED FARM AGENCY
have asked Congressman Scriv In "Trapeze" some of the most portable. 2 paved highways. Price $4,500. John'T. Long. Dist. Sales Mgr.
daring aerialist shots ever filmed Uox 636, Crystal River Fla.
to let with him
ner me join as a
I would like served as the setting for the story. 144 acre farm, 2 bed room home, Ztchg 1/25
co-sponsor. very Payments Arrangedfor
Terms To Suit Your Convenience much to know your reaction and Gina is case as the tempestuous electricity, fenced and portion of FOR SALE Five room house on
aerialist whom presence in the convenienceALSO land In Imp. pasture. Price 2 lots on St. Clair St. Contact
would appreciate hearing from your Mrs. Adele Hick, % O. L. Cercy,
you. circus makes for trouble betweena $10,000.00. Orange Park, Fla. 4tp 2/8
trapeze artist and his partner.
Tony Curtis and Burt GOOD USEDTYPEWRITERS FOR SALE Three bedroom furnished -
4/ Lancasterare FLORIDA
CARD OF THANKSTo REALTY,CO. house. 808 Pinewood Dr.
I rivals for the affections of Of Sfarkc Pine Haven Sub-division. 2tp 2/1

WE RENT Typewriters and Adding Machnes our many friends who offered Gina. FOR SALE Trlrphcie 33
FOR SALE-1948 Chevrolet .
their kind words, beautiful In making the film Lancaster, an S55 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. $15

flowers and other expressions of old circus hand performed all except Royal Portable prac. new tires. Can be seen
FOR SALE-Modern, All Ahimlnum at 334 N. Myrtle St. ltchg
sympathy, during the illness and the most difficult of the Trailer. Full bath. with Com

death of' our beloved father, trapeze tricks hinuelf and Curtis $55 plus tax mode.Contact*tub 3., L.shower Ray*, and Waldo lavatory after FOR RENT: All year around 3 _

Let Us Know Your Office Equipment needsIf Joseph- Prevatt Please, accept this did much of his actual trapeze 5 p.m. itchgr : Inquire bedroom at house Rosenberg on Kingsley Store Lake.tfchg
as a personal note of sincere performing. Royal Standard I
gratitude to each of you. FOR RENT 2-J room furnished WANTED TO BUY Small place

we don't have it in stock -- we'll get it! The Prevatt Family. $77.50 plus tax Gardenia apartments Tourist with HomeItchg private bath. in Ralph or Evans near ,town.130 Lorenz State price.Ave.

W. C. T. (/ Dayton 7. Ohio. Itchg
FOR SALE
7 ft. Cypress j fence
CARD OF THANKSWe
post.. 25c each,' Phone 21>. Dr. FOR SALE Wood burning stove
Marco. 2tch& %/1 takes IS inch log. Cheap. H. A.
I "ALCOHOLISM HAS BECOME
wish to express our deepest Bradford CouiityTELEGRAPH Stafford New Blanding Rd.. S/4
appreciation to everyone for the ONF; OF THE MOST SERIOUS, PEANUT HAY FOR SALE H. M. mile past City Limit. UP
Bradford I Pussey. Fort White Fla. 3tp 2/8
TelegraphPHONE
County PROBLEMS WITH WHICH TIlE
words of sympathy, beautiful MAN OR WOMAN to take 'over
flowers, and other kindnesses PUBLIC HEALTH AGENCIES. FOR RENT 2 bedroom unfur- route of established customers in
MUST CONCERN THEM nished house. Newly painted. Starke. Weekly profits of 150.00
STARKE FLORIDA shown to us during our recent Phone 218, Mrs. Mundorff. ltchg or more at start possible No
29 bereavement; and to Dr. T. G. SELVES. car or other Investments necn-

I Ritch for his services. Drew (NATIONAL VOICE.) Phone 29 Starke, Fla. FOR SALE'un English Ford'- nry.Writ Will C. It'Vff,get IItarted:
?' < door. 1123.00 Cash. Phone 11.1 The J. R. Dept 1-(
Reddish and family. Watkins
Company,
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