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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 15, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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+ t s 'STRAWBERRIESSENT 9 TO IKE y 'Legal 1 Fight Waged


I r President Eisenhower and his

staff are enjoying Bradford Over Traffic Case
V County strawberries this week

during his vacation at Thomas- T

-; 1 vile, Ga. E'7 Notice Of Appeal Is Served
A special order was received ,_

from Thoraas\ille by the Starke After. Youth Found GuiltyThe
Farmers Market for two crates

of the Bradford County pro-
ducts. The order was filled and longest and most hotly contested, court battle

the berries shipped out Monday. held in Mayor's Court since Mayor W. T. Jackson took office

y. s S was conducted Monday as Jimmy Sim Montgomery was

Commissioners II. A. Bishop Jr., Lawton Crawford and tried for excessive speed and causing an accident.

. Harold Norman examine the damage done to a County bridge by last Mom Arrested y ,p !fM1 After two hours of questioning I .

Friday's early morning fire. of witnesses between, punctuated City by Attorney r&arpclashes ; Board Accepts

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An early morning fire last and no woods fires were burningIn After Mixing InChilfren' x.3.- Arch Thomas Jr., and Defense At- Resignations Of
Friday turned a gaping hole in the vicinity. The Starke Fire ar torney James B. Clayton of De-
land, Montgomery 18 was adjudged -
Dept. extinguished the blaze.
a wooden bridge on a graded The officials surmised that guilty and fined $100. School TeachersThe

County ,road running west from the fire was started either by { s FightA Clayton immediately served not-
U. S. 201 about half way be- ice that he would appeal the case,
youngsters or by someone try- County ,School Board last
tween Starke and Lawtey. w the second notice of appeal on a
to the off- r ,
ing spite County mother who became involvedin week formally accepted the resignation
Sheriff P. D. Reddish and investigating cials. The sheriff said his officeis a fight between her childrenand ; city court decision in two weeks. of several teachers who '
The in the
.r charges case resulted -
County Commissioners continuing an investigation of
some neighbor children was have resigned recently.
from a crash on Jan. 20 at the
said they believed the fire the incident. convicted in Mayor's Court Mon-
was deliberately set. The flames The bridge was repaired this day of disorderly conduct and intersection of Broadway and Resignations accepted were
f v Pratt between from Geraldine
Montgomery's car DuMar Mrs.
were discovered about
4: a. m. week. hitting a minor.
'p;; and a car driven by Mrs. Betty Joyce Weldon Mrs. Mary Elizabeth -
Mayor W T. Jackson fined: the Sherwood, wife of the minister of I Haines and'! Mrs. Aiko

woman, Mrs. Mary A. Huff, $25, t the Christian Church. The case I,Sharon.

Starke, Blanding National Guard Units but suspended the fine, and against Mrs. Sherwood, charged New ,teachers hired to fill the

placed her on 30 days probation.Mrs. with running a stop sign and vacancies are James Carter,

To Seek 25 Recruits In 1-Day DriveLocal Huff was accused of causing until an next accident week was continued klrs. .Barbara Spencer, Mrs. Betty -
"scratching, slapping and pullingthe 4 after the : Sargent and Duron Beelers.
hair" trial extended
of a 14-year-old girl. Montgomery to Another new teacher is Mrs.
She denied hitting the girl but such a late hour. Cynthia
Gruis,
National Guard units, Co. particular attention will be placedon admitted shoving her. 1w Cases Presented grade filling the ,second
I
teaching
post
B of Camp Blanding and Co. I reaching the parents young i Mrs. Huff testified that another : To prove that Montgomery was held by Mrs. Evelyn Cooper formerly who
C. of Starke, will work to enlist men faced with military obliga boy waa about to kick her > bars Marian Howe speeding the two died
tions. son (Chamber of Commerce manager tells Gov. LeRoy Collins about the gala celebration city presented recently.In .
25 new members in a one-day in the head :witnesses who said that the
during a fight and she planned for Starke's 100th birthday youth other
and action
anniversary receives ,
that School
assurance the Governorwill the.
drive ,
Thursday Feb. 21. The Fulfill Obligations
was attempting to break it was traveling at an excessive rate
local units will be taking partin up. visit the city during the festivities. Gov. Collins stopped to chat, with Airs. Howe as she i Board agreed to call for bids
In
.It is our intention, Captain other action, the $25 bond supervised .of speed, and testimony from the
a nationwide drive to enlist Chitty said "To show our local posted last week by Robert L. Bradford County's exhibit at the State Fair in Tampa. She said that he was "very pleased. at I investigating officers, C. Moore for all petroleum products for

15,000 young men who have had citizens how these young men Logging on an improper license _being invited to the Centennial activities" and Perry Kite Jr., that Mont- use in the schools the remainderof

previous military training or who can best fulfill their obligations charge was forfeited after Log- I gomery's car had pushed :Mrs. this year and next year. The

agree to! take basic training with by serving in the National Guard." gins failed to appear. His case Radio Station Tests Sherwood's car about 15 feet after bids will be opened at the next
the Army or Air Force.In Through enlistment in the had been continued until this Begins ; Audience Thrilled knocking it over. Board meeting.

announcing the local goal, Guard, Capt. Chitty said, a young week to give him a chance to ap The defense countered the School Superintendent Harmon
Capt. Randal Chitty commanding man can receive his initial military MembersOf: Staff NamedIf charges with testimony from I Morgan said that preliminary

officer of Co. C., said that training with the active Army pear.William Farrell was sentenced I| By SymphonetteIn Montgomery and his cousin La- work in preparation for a School

and can continue to learn while to $25 or five days after pleading you'll turn your'radio dial to the 1490 spot any time mar Montgomery who was a pass- Plant Survey In Bradford Coun-

I serving with his friends at home. guilty to a charge of public in- between midnight and 6 a.m., you'll find that Starke's enger in the car The defendant ty is now underway. He said
Collections HereOf He and new said that the team
can earn extra money I toxication. Farrell said he had Concert HereThe the car was traveling between from the State
build up a retirement pension, asked the police to lock him radio station, WRGR, is on the air. But for the next few 20 and 25 mp.h when it Education Dept will probably

Sales Taxes and has an opportunity to learn after getting into a fight with up ;days it will not be broadcasting words and music but silence approached the intersection and begin the survey within a month.

new skills which can be vela his hotel roommate. After sentencing interrupted every 30 minutes by station identification. first concert presented by his coufvn estimated the speed at Such, a survey is required before -

Continue' Climb able to him in civilian life, the the defendant pleaded This has been going on since the Bradford Area Concert Association 15 to 20 m.p.h. anymore .capital outlay'funds

captain said. with the mayor to "please reconsider Cagers EdgedIn Tuesday night Fred Temple, co- in the Chief Witness can be expended, :Morgan said,
elementary school and
Other AdvantagesOther ," but to no avail. owner of the station said, and The city's chief witness was O. I will determine not only
Sales tax collections in Bradford advantages stressed by A charge of public intoxication 2 Contests is: the process. for equipment cafetorium Thursday night of W. Barton who was on the tennis school plant needs tut,, also

County continued to climb withan Capt. Chitty were the opportunities against Gene Edwards was post- testing. The permit to begin:) last week was an outstandingsuccess. court across a field from the transportation needs. In making

Increase of $1,272 in the January for Guardsmen to attendegular poned after Edwards failed to apI I I equipment. t..zUnn"was _received .scene at the time of the crash. their recommendations, the survey. -
collections over the Decenjf '- ,The :Bradford ;High btaketbaBsquad Barton estimated Montgomery'sspeed ,.team will
Army service schools and pear in court. ? by'WRGR'-on 'Tuesday'and: the From the playing of Handel's'. take Into conaid-
ber collections. .. receive pay while doing so ando The $25 bond of Theresa Mich- the past week dropped process will be completed this "Watermusic" at between 40 and 50, but eration the financial position of
The collections this, January t take home-study extension aud, charged with driving without ; two cage thrillers by the narrow weekend. to the Rogers and 'said that he may have slowdown ed the County.

took a jump of 20 per cent over courses to open the way to faster a license waa refunded after she margins of three points. '' After the station owners Temple Hammerstein medly at the end, to 35 on approaching the in-

the amount of money taken In the promotions.For mailed her license to the mayor Last Friday night they were and Dolph Chamberlin,. have the the audience was captivated by ersection. This testimony was Independents Win
performances of the Festival that of Mrs Etholine
supported by
County during January of 1956. further information on to show that she owned one. defeated by Bolles 39-36 after finished the equipment, test they SYmphonette.Robert who
During January of last year,! their sons' careers in the National Dick Labine forfeited a $25 bond leading until the third quarter. will apply, to the Federal Com- :Savage lives about a block Over Lake
$10,373.44 was taken in. but this Guard parents are invited to: after failing to appear to answer The half time score was 2217. munications Commission for a Rudie, the conductor I from the scene. Though refusing City
to estimate the she said
year the figure rose to $12,715.60. visit the Guard Armory next: a public intoxication charge. A big third quarter put the permit to begin their programs. thrilled the audience not only .that in her opinion speed the car .'wasI

In December the amount. collectedwas Thursday. Special arrangements game in the win column for the Depends On FCC with his superb mastery of, the I too -fast" The Starke Independent Bas-
have been made for Guard going ketball squad downed
$11,443.50.; per Before Sentence Jacksonville lads. "The date we will open will be violin but also by the informal I i Both of these witnesses said the Lake
sonnel to answer in details all City Independent five by theo
In '
the statewide
giving report Curtis :McGee paced the Tornadoes determined by the FCC," Temple manner in which he conductedthe their attention was attracted t score of 67-59
about enlistment. the
questions on BHS
Comptroller Ray E. Green said Probe Is OrderedIn by racking up 12 points said. The commission may issue concert. Elizabeth Winslow. ;the :Montgomery car by the noise Wednesday night for the second court
that January "is the first monthin followed by Reason Kirkland with the permit in a short tim* or ,the car waa making, which Mrs
lyric and Howard Shaw trimming the locals lads have
history in which the sales tax Draft Policies j CaseCircuit 9. Tom Tygart was high man they could take the full 10 days soprano .Savage described as sounding "likea given the Columbia
Forgery baritone both County boysin
fine
has produced In excess of ten for Bolles with '12 points. allowed. singers, jet. as many weeks.W. .

million dollars and the first time For Enlistees In Tuesday night the Tornadoeswere Temple announced that Mrs. touched the heart of the audi Had Been Stopped E. Criswell
that sales tax collections for the Judge George L. Patten Carl Johns Jr. will be traffic led the Starke
tripped up by Green Cove, ence with their, bubbling per Both of the boys in the car boys In
fiscal year have exceeded gasoline Guard last Friday ordered a pre-sen- 45-46. The Bradford lads were director handling program ached 8On uties. Among the comments testified that they had been stopped following scoring with 19 points,
taxes. January pales tax ExplainedSelective tence investigation for Vernon D. 22-19 at the half and uling and other office procedures about a half a block from the closely by A. Q. Smith
leading
heard were the first time I with 17
points.
collections in the state were Crews 18, who pleaded guilty to in a nip and tuck 'second half Gordon .Robbie formerly .of a Intersection to close the trunk lid.
10294343. For the fiscal yea service processing for two charges of passing forged were tied up 45-45 with a minuteto Jacksonville station, has been ever enjoyed opera,: referringto The defendant's father, Henry Saturday the Starke quintet

to date 54616.543 has been col Induction into the armed forces checks. go. But the Clay County' boys named manager of WRGR and their English version of "The .Montgomery said that the roaring will tangle with the Hudson

lected in sales taxes and more for Class 1-A draft prospects will Crews and J. :M. McCauley 24, slipped ahead to win the game has been in Starke for the pastweek Marriage of Figaro" by Mozart :noise was caused by a damaged Hornets from Palatka and next

than was collected in January be suspended for up to 90 days were arrested on charges of forthe McGee was again high man helping prepare the'stationfor Cynthia Otis the angel who :tailpipe. Tuesday will meet the Gainesville

1956. for any registrant between gery and uttering a forgery In scoring '18 points and Kirkland In Bradford County $2,065 more ages of 18 1 2 and 26 who, beforehe both of the cases second with 9. Howard Sohm led Announcer Named played brilliantly 'but also took I"couldn't say what happened," these contests will be played in

was collected in gasoline taxes in "Is ordered to report for Induction At a preliminary hearing the Clay County troupe with 1 5 Ted Van Iderstine of Lake time to explain to the audience I but added that she was certain the BHS gym with game time

January than In December and enlists in the National County Judge T. A. Yawn dismiss points and Steve Piszczek was City will be one of the announc how different effects were that she was "not guilty of run, at 8 p.m.HELLO.

$1,180 omre than was collectedin Guard and volunteers for Immediate ed the forgery charges against second high with 13. ers Temple said with at least achieved on the instrument. ning a stop sign and not looking.
entrance into the six months Crews after the admitted and two others Mrs. Mildred Douglas a ,.
youth one maybe yet passenger "" -- -,-,,---, -
January 1956. < Tonight (Friday) and Tuesday The gymphonette consisted of '
active duty training_ program. that he passed the checks but said to be named. ., In :Mrs. Sherwood's car &; .' -
Last month $34,478.92 wa the Tornadoes will play away four violins viola cello string f
This word last form that them. testified that she saw Montgom
came week McCauley forged A special opening day'program f
from home playing Fernandina bass, clarinet flute, two Frenchhorns
collected in gasoline taxes in the Lt. Joseph G. Wood, Co. C public McCauley is being held Inn .tonight and Santa Fe Tuesday is being planned with prominentlocal and harp. ery's car coming when ,the car
County. In January 1956 the gas information officer reporting > County jail under $3,000 bond othe n and state officials scheduledto in which she was riding was half
oline tax figure was $33,298 09 and information received from the charges. night. After that they will return take part. Temple said that Following the concert anin- way _across the intersection. At
to Starke for the final two formal reception held
In December, 1956 it was state director of Selective ServiceIn Since the preliminary hearing Congressman! D. R. (Billy) :Mat was for that time the :Montgomery cy :
3241357. Last month 492,55 Florida. another charge of uttering a forgery home games, playing Lake But. thews has agreed to participatehi the performers They wc! was "way down the block" if
ler next Friday night and P. K. with the reaction of the
pleased
gallons of gasoline were sold. This policy also applies to any has been brought against Yonge the_ following week be the program, either In person audience here and, stated tha said. The police) officers I &
registrant who has already enlisted ; Crews with bond set at $$1,000.n or by tape recording. testified that the front wheelf of F
fore heading for the district \
New Auto Transfer and Is currently classified I In this count he is charged with WRGR will be a 250-watt station they enjoyed playing in Starke Mrs. Sherwood's car were off of
tournament.
1A. 'However, no individual will passing a forged check for $22.50 covering a radius of 25 miles They left the'next day by private the pavement on a dirt sectionof
Rules Laid DownTax bus for Bradenton and
be enlisted or allowed to volunteerfor to John M. Shaughnessy. and will be on the air daily from road across Pratt street when
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this program who is currently Crews was convicted of passing 6:30 a. m. to 8 p. m. A 150 foot Clearwater. the car was struck by Montgom
Collector J. R. Kelly said under an order to report for na $16.25 check to Homer J. Brin- The Florida Bank at Starkewill tower has been constructed and The next presentation of th ery's. 7j
this week that the procedures for
duction. son and a $22.70 check to L.K. not be open for business the assembling of the facilities Concert Association will be. Tb The proceeding were inter-
,- automobile titles has been tightened Directives from the Department Childs. The .name of A. C. next Friday Feb. 22, Washing almost completed in the station's! American Piano Trio on Wed spersed with numerous objections t

effective Feb. 1. of Defense and Departmentof Williams Starke jeweler wthat as I ton's Birthday a legal holidayin quarters on the American March 6, in the element: | and clashes between the ::Iii
Under the new rules handel the Army have announced forged to all of the checks._ Florida. grounds. nary cafetorium. I iI I i t attorneys with which Mayor

down by the Motor Vehicle Department all non-prior service personnel enlisting r I v T".1rcnn_ __, _sa ,.._nntomvsr.. _.. _.. _aaaf7Pfj_. -
a person wanting to sell in the Army National TOBACCO FARMERS GET BREAK unfamiliar w5th the procedurefor ki w { T1
his car must. have the original Guard after April 1 must participate handling. Most of the cases
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title or duplicate before he can In a minimum of six months coming into Mayor's Court do
tranaict the deal. Under the old active duty for training to qualify not develop Into fullfledgedtrials. I Vi3t

system all he needed was a certificate for pay status. Persons between Soil Bank Funds' Swelled i

showing that the duplicate.had the age of 17 and 18 1.2 who en- The mayor at tunes broke in-
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been applied for. list in the National Guard before to ine quesuonmg oy we lawyersto
Kelly advised auto owners unable April 1ill not be affected by The troubles of Bradford Coun- Matthews, in a telegram to the their acreage.On not using their full share and ask questions of his own of

to locate their titles to apply this ruling. ty's harrassed tobacco farmers Telegraph, said that the Depart- Feb. 4. when only $6,160.57.: i: after the Feb. 4 rush the Indications the witnesses. Several questions r

now for a duplicate so that a salewill Lt. Wood said that everyone desiring barred from the Soil Bank Program ment of Agriculture has allo- was allowed Bradford County for that any money wouldbe asked of Mrs. Savage were:
because of limited funds cated an additional to tobacco Soil Bank refunded slight.
not be held up when the time more Information about en- $200,000 payments was Mayor Jackson You say
lIstment"In the National Guard were washed away Wednesdaywhen Florida and "assures me that many farmers waited during the The troublesome "line up" the car made a noise that sounded
comes.
should visit the armory between word was received from every Florida grower who wishesto night and early morning hours to method came on top of a series like a jet and you think it I .
8 a. m. and 5 p. m. Monday the State administration of the participate will be allowed be among the first in line and of confusing directives which was speeding? I -

220 Acre TractIn through 'Friday or on Monday program that enough money has to put the legal amount into the I get a chance to participate. Butit had the effect of undermining the (Continued on Page 10) I OPERATOR say *

nights when Co. C is under- been made available to accom- program. took only 12 farmers to ex- farmers faith in the program. Genl Manager H. A. (Buddy)

County SoldA going its weekly drill. modate e\'eryone. desiring to Mrs. Sapp said that this meant haust the money. About 40 who After being stirred by an ar- Fire RunsThe Bishop of the Starke Telephone
participate.A that any farmer with a tobacco had waited in line were left out ticle in the Tellegraph about the i i Company as he checks one of

telegram from O. P. Mac- allotment can come under the and others had indicated a desire confusion in Bradford County Starke Fire Departmentwas the newly installed pay stationsat
Alteration
220-acre tract of land on Project
Arthur administrative officer Soil Bank Program."If to get into the program but over the program and by other called out to extinguish or Lawtey. He said there will
the sold last
week Raiford by Mrs.Road Mabel was IMax o Planned For Hospital for the Florida Agriculture Stabilization this information had comet did not have the.time or thought complaints Congressman Mat- check on three grass fires: during be an additional one installed
Boyer and Conservation Committee the beginning it would have their chances too slim to get thews issued a special statementin the past week. at Lawtey, and &.bout'four or
Miami Dreyer and Harry Zitreenof A project to close In two to Mrs. Mildred Sapp, saved a lot of, trouble" County into line. which he said that "every Friday afternoon they were five more at Starke.

porches at Bradford County H osBradford ASC office manager, Agent George Huggins remarked Many of'those had to neglect effort will be made to permitall called to extinguish a grass fire Bishop and his crew installed
Tax star.-pa indicated that the to provide ward space for said: "County allocation for to- Any tobacco farmer who was farmers
pital a'morning's work or other duties producing flue-cured in the rear of the Temple Motel about 25, phones at Lawtey this
price tor the land was J36,000. four more beds was approved L bacco increased by amount need- left out during the "line up" tobacco to participate in the on Temple Ave. Saturday afternoon week and said he expects that
E. W. Hayes, realtor handling the recently by the Hospital Board. ed to accept agreements ..: for method of doling out payment to gamble for a chance_ to participate Soil Bank Acreage Reserve Pro they fought a fire on SR 100 there win be around 100. in service

transaction, said that the purchasers Bids for the construction work all farms listed on Form 823 and on Feb. 4 will have until March in the program.' At the gram. Congressmen from the to- south of Starke for about 45 min there soon. .

are land investors and are now being received and will any additional tobacco farms desiring 1 to sign the soil bank agreement time the directives indicated bacco belt are united and resolved utes and Tuesday they were call- There is no toll charge on

that they haven't revealed their be opened at the _March 6 meeting to file agreement* Mrs. Sapp said providingthat that any additional money would to ask for more money If it is I ed to a fire on Conner Road in calls between Starke and Law-
plans for use of the property. ., Congressman D. RBilly) no tobacco has been set on come from counties or states needed* in any area, he continued. Reno. I tey.'t .

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PACE TWO FRIDAY: FEBRUARY
noon.Mr. 15, 1S51
editorialLine DiaryBy ,LONG'BRIDGE ...and Mrs.' R.. V. Turner of
Ocala spent from Thursday' to 1957.
one each week for .
four
AND NEW RIVER Sunday with their son-in-law-and weeks in the Bradford consecn.tlve County (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby 1
Sam McGamy Telegraph. I Clerk of the Circuit Court
daughter, .Mr. and Mrs. Fonie By ifarUB U Cresby Deputy Clerk
Line Forms At Mrs. : SappAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4At Crews. Dated this 28tn day of January. 2/1 4t 2/18
of paper that it would take the Mrs. -
> Nan Merritt and son were
You can depend on a Republican administration same number of posts! What do dinner guests of the Harold Shivers New
A large crowd Electric
think? attended serv- Service
you ChargesFOR
for getting folks "in line. *, ices at New River' Church last in Gainesville last Sunday.

Back in Hoover days it was the bread line. A man complained that he Sunday and wish Mr. and Mrs. Enjoying the day at the Jacksonville -

Now, under the Eisenhower-Benson regime, we couldn't make his cow stand still Tom Edwards many more happy Zoo last Sunday were

are introduced to the tobacco line. when she was being milked ,and wedding their 62nd Ye&l'STh wedding y' celebrated 'Mr.sons,and Mrs.Mrs.Eddie Albert Furr Moody Mrs. Ann and STARKE, AND VICINITYRATES
anniversaryat
In Bradford County the line formed at mid asked what to do about it. An- the church. Forsyth and Mrs. Katie Snow- .

night. Farmers waited through a long, weary swer was_to.find a .good soft boggy Perry Price of the Jacksonville den.The ARE
FOR ONE MAN
The weather recently has been FIRST HOUR OR
night in an attempt to be among the chosen place and drive the cow into it. Naval Air Station ,visited Mr. farmers of this section are
few who could participate in the tobacco division -- warm, and things are beginningto "Then, if she's bogged down, and Mrs. James ,Lavender last glad to see the nice rain. Some FRACTION
sprout, but we ,need a lot of Saturday night.
soil bank
Eisenhower-Benson pro
of the how do I milk her, even if she is ere busy turning land some '
rain for things to get really go Mrs. Minnie Granger is enjoy- Starke
gram. standing still?" Answer: "Thatis are putting out fertilizer and
ing. According to some.men who ing an 1X.tended'visit. with her '
And Bradford County was no exception. In a matter of mind over mud. daughter and others are planting. Just hope DAY =
. have kept records, they have had e e family, Mr. and $4.00 NIGHT $6.00
Union, Alachua, Suwannee and other flue cured only about .6 of an inch of rain Now Mrs. Meadows Anderson 'of De- ,we can get plenty of rain and
tobacco growing counties farmers piled out of during the past three months., Wanted: A team of oxen. no more cold.KOTICK.
don't rub your eyes, and if you land.We Lawtey, Kingsley _Lake & Hampton
bed in the middle of the night or, in many have for Pete's sake don't welcome Mr. and Mrs.
cases, didn't go to bed at all. Even then, many Can't hel pbut feel that we, bring them any to us. "Mac" McMillan Robert Dobbs of Starke, who DAY $6.00 NIGHT
$10.00
liked to have have some more cold weather have come to liye in' our TO APPEAR -
would have commu-
were left out who the surveyor, wants to get a team Ia Cirevlt Ccrt. Bm fr4 Gab
coming yet. Records tell us, for Centennial nity. They have .purchased the Florida I. ChMeerr.
the
participated in the program.It for an entry in _Steve Ferentinos, ,
instance, that there was weather ,so beautiful little home of Roy Turner Plaintiff vs. Betty Brooker & Keystone Heights
that Georgia's fresh- Parade at Starke in early May P. Ferentinos. Defendant.
is heartening to note just like this before the Big in touch with on Route 100 near Long Case No. 10-2014
man Senator, Herman E. Talmadge, spoke out Freeze of '95, and what that him.if you have any get Bridge. Satire To: Betty T. Af teat P. Ferentinos., whose DAY $10.00 NIGHT $15.00
to voice the sentiments of many when he denounced would do to things that have bud- S 'i e Mrs. Joe Leslie Forsyth ,has residence and address. is: Unknown.
the Agriculture Department's"first come, ded out, makes you shudder. When heading toward the his- returned from a week's visit with suit You for are divorce nr D7 notinea that a ;'

first served" method of allocating soil bank pay- eDon't torical library at _Gainesville this her parents, Mr. and ,Mrs. Eddie above has been named tiled Court against and lOU cause In and the MASTERS ELECTRIC SERVICE
ments as "unfair." In a letter to Secretary EzraT. use burned oil or kero- week we saw a dog which looked Mullens of Bonifay.Mr. you are required to serve a copy of
sene or a mixture of them on he and Mrs. Joe. your answer or pleading to the com- MOENCH
(for Taft) Benson, Talmadge said that agricultural something like Leo, and as Forsyth of plaint on the Plaintiff Attorney ELECTRIC SERVICE
cows Lloyd Green. Lake
says Duringthe and we Butler were H. C. Baldwin. P. ,
distributed equally to looked like a good pooch Sunday night o. Box 104
should be
benefits SOS meeting this week, talk dinner Gainesville. Florida
the guests of Mr and
Mrs.
killed by
other were afraid he'd be and file the original in the office of WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICE
that systemis
and declared any got around to the
all farmers use of back traffic, we picked him up and Seeber, Moody. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
"the grossest of discrimination" scratchers for cattle (either chainor They Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hearst before the 4th day of March 1957:
his owners.
carried him to otherwise the allegations RED SEAL
Senator Talmadge said that under Benson's rope) and Lloyd said that oil turned out to be Mr. and Mrs. of Lake City visited Mr. and ,Complaint will be takes as co.f.of said... ELECTRIC

plan for allocating soil bank cutback payments, would injure*if not* .kill cows. Campen who own the A-l truck Mrs. Bill Banks Saturday _after- ed This by you..notice shall be published
the "indignity of havingto Waldo, and they were
farmers have suffered It was agreed too, that it wasa stop near
elements in long lines, like delighted to get their dog back
winter
brave the bad idea to oil a sow that is a- -

beggars before a soup kitchen." bout to have pigs. They said it will safe. 'Super-Right" Hard Corn-Fed Small Lean Half Whole
kill the or
Feb. 3 was a pigs.
Fortunately. Sunday night ; This week marks the start of
one in this particular area, so Bradford 9th in Bradford County
warm Heard new name our year
at least to
a (
bedded down the agriculture has by so fast thatit
farmers who on ana time gone
us) for the Florida holly trees that
the discomfort of doesn't seem possible' that .....
spared
were
building steps have small leaves and little red
cold. But'had it been freezing or raining it would or yellow berries. The name is we've lived here that long. Funny at
much
have been all the same to Mr., Benson and his "Zenie Berries." thing is that we that feel we so can't be- Eresh
here now
cohorts who dreamed\\up this asinine system of home lieve that we ever were a d- Pork
alloting benefits. ...k It will be a f ewmore weeks yet Yankees!
before there are any amount of
has been
The manner in which the program strawberries, according to growerswe
administered has caused tobacco growers a great talked to this week. There's a T TTTTTT TT

deal of trouble and disappointment. It will also few that are coming to the market
cause a net loss of tobacco revenue in this area now. RISINGBy

which. will adversely affect all business in the *
months to come. Led into believing that soil They made bl claims for how Mrs. Edward Norman

bank funds would be available for all, many good the muck soil was around .I..I..I..I..I..I..&.&.&.&.&.&.&.&.&.&.& .&.&..I. Iii.
refrained from planting and now find Hampton Lake years ago. One
growers booster for that area said it grew Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones ,
themselves in the unenviable position of being pumpkins so big that his cattle and daughter visited relatives in Q
without tobacco and also without soil bank funds. hid behind them. Said he was Jacksonville last Sunday.

All of this bungling comes on top of another hunting for them one time, and Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Jones W
assault on the farmer's welfare and income they got scared and started run and sons and Mr. and Mrs. 'Edward -
ning like wild all around him. But Norman were visiting Mr.
allotments.
the recent 20 per cent cut in tobacco
of
he wasn't hurt.He jumped in back and Mrs. Herbert Norman
Apparently Mr. Benson devised a plan for let
of a pumpkin seed and was Lady Lake Sunday.
ting the farmer benefit from not producing saved! Robert Norman spent Sundayin "Super-Right" Freshly Ground ,;,,,';... Save lOc Ann Page StrawberryPRESERVES
tobacco but before he could realize his benefits, S. Gainesville.Mrs. ?p

the Agriculture Department, forced him to takea We were given this fencing Sally Crawford and Mrs. BEEF 2-lbs9-oz $1.00 '
certain amount out of production anyway, withno problem this week. Suppose you Edward Norman enjoyed a fishing
benefits. had to fence a quarter of mile trip to Lochloosa last Thurs- .
with posts 12 feet apart. j I ;,f.
every
Since the confusion and annoyance with the Would it take more posts if the day.Buck Alvarez is on the sick "SuperRight"J) 2 lb.Jar; S9 c
tobacco program have been made public, the' ad- land went up over a rise, on the list and we wish him a speedy
ministrators now imply that, more funds will be level, or down through a hollow? recovery. SAUSAGE 2-1h bag 59c
forthcoming IF some areas do not use all the We said it would take fewer postson Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hixon, A&P Fresh
funds alloted to them initially. From past experience a straight level line, and more Mack Norman, and Mr. and-:Mrs.
up over a hill or down through a Ed Norman enjoyed a- big fish '"
however our ,Bradford growers aren'tholding COFFEE
hollow. The one who posed the supper with the Lawton Craw- .All Good INSTANT
their breath until this to
comes
pass. problem said we were wrong, and fords Wednesday night of last
We hope that ,Senator Talmadge continues to showed by means of a ruled sheet week.
speak out in behalf-of the small farmers of the 'ON'lib p. 51' $1.25|

South. They have long needed a strong and unin- -

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tVVTTTTTTVTVTTYTTTYTTVT Miss Mary Julia Futch of and family,. Earl Teston and Guard Vacancies Shown 9YYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Friday. '
Tallahassee spent the weekend family J. B. Teston, the Leroy
Mr. and Mrs. :W. C. Hardee
LAWTEYdy ;with her mother Mrs. Joyce Donn family, Miss Carol Normanof "IHGHLAND"Ily
GRAHAM and children visited in Callahanlast
Futch and brothers Terry and .Highland and Mr. and Mrs
Ralph. Mr. and Mrs. Benton George Prevatt and family of Saturday.
Mrs. Mrs.
John
Joyee'T.r Patch Futch and son of Starke were Starke. McKlnneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Sin. Lacy NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thompsonof

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMr. dinner guests of the Futches on Mrs. J. R. Hinson of Jackson- Jacksonville visited the ,Lacey
Normans Sunday afternoon.Rev. .
and Mrs. Cecil Whiteheadand Sunday.Mrs. ville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.' Gus Wynn, of Mrs. Beedie Norman returned
daughters 'spent Sunday at' G. W. Durham of Jack- Mrs. E. C. Johns and Ronald Starke visited their soninlawand and Mrs. W. D. Jones

their place on Little Santa Fe sonville attended services at the Kimbrell. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tuesday from a week's: stay in and some friends from Hickory

Lake. I First Baptist Church and visited Miss Elizabeth Tatum of the Broughton last Sunday. We are Jacksonville with her son, Dock Grove attended church here Sun-

Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish I her sister, Mis Elizabeth Terry. University was the weekend h glad that Mr. Wynn is improving Norman and family. day

had as guests during the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crawfordand guest of her parents Mr. and after undergoing a serious. Several from here attended the

their daughters, Mrs. J. 0. daughter and :Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Tom ,Tatum. t F.t r operation. singing at PickettVille Baptist

Pons and family of Tallahasseeand Nathan Starling spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse Mrs. Leo Dyal is home after Church in Jacksonville.

Mr. and Mrs A. E. Windhamand afternoon in Jacksonville with and Joan spent Sunday eveningin being in Riverside Hospital in Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Norman
daughters of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham. Jacksonville with Mi? and Jacksonville for a week, and is
were weekend guests of friends
Mrs. Carl C. Norman.Mr. improving slowly.
Jimmy Waters was the week-
td_ da and relatives in Maniac Ga.C. .
end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kick- Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Tanner had and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt Mrs. Allen Ward of St. Mary's, ?
lighter In SL Petersburg.Mrs. as Tuesday dinner guests M visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ga. is spending a few weeks M. Griffis and daughterwere
G. L. Sapp of Heilbronn.The Munds and at the State f. w in Perry on business last
E. M. Futch had Sunday daughter
as with her parents,. Mr. and Mrs. _
Leonard Prevatts visited -- - - -
visitors Mr. and Mrs. John Farm and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Leon Wynn.

- Alford of Jacksonville and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Rob Carter at Silcox at Heilbronn on Sunday. ,_.. .. ----- ,
The Graham Church
Dewey Harvey and family of Clay Hill on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.Louie Crews, Mrs Pvt. ,E-! Jerome Edwards, who recently -completed 12 weeks of will begin revival Baptist services on
,.Macclenny. Mr. and Mrs. James Griffis H. C. Crews and Mrs.
Com- basic training In Co. B, pep Rlandlng National Guard unit, is March 4 with Rev. W. P.. Mc- FUEL OILPrompt
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford were business visitors to Crystal modore Crews, and daughters
and Mrs. Sam Hicks spent the River last weekend. spent Sunday in Tallahassee with shown by 1st Lt. J. B, Dick the vacancies in the.various sections to Elroy of Cniefland in charge.

weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fred Moore and family visit- Commodore Crews. which he may be assigned. Lt. Dick says his section, the Automotive Everyone this is welcome. to attend

Martin In Daytona.The ed Mrs. Moore in Baptist Hos- Mr. and Mrs. B.- B. Norris of Section,' has almost reached its maximum strength and is ready for meeting. Dependable Delivery
pital on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Mattie Griffin spent.sev- :
C. B. Hiatts spent the Jacksonville were Friday. eve- any kind of emergency.
weekend at their camp on Crys- Friends of Mrs. Moore will be ning guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. eral days last week visiting her

tal River. glad to know that 'she Is getting G. Wilkerson. Sunday guests of sister in Jacksonville. PHONE 34

Mrs. C. W. Thomas returned along nicely after her recent the Wilkersons were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Hardenbrookand r

last week from a trip to New operation.Mrs. Mrs. Cornwall and family Mr. children of Jacksonville spent
York and Pennsylvania.Mr. Ray Ackers and son of and Mrs. V. D. Dickinson, Mr. the weekend with. Mr. and Mrs.J. .
and Mrs. Woodrow Arwood Haleyville Ala. came home with and Mrs. D. J. Ballentine, all of C. Moody. JOHN A. TORODE, JOBBER

and family of Melrose and Mr. her mother, Mrs. Charley Bowen, Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Berry Dyal and Mrs.
SHELL OIL PRODUCTS
and Mrs. Paul Dinkins of St. for a visit. Bryant Wilkerson ,of the State Mandy Smith have returned ,
The Ernest Raulersons had '- "_. -, --. .
Augustine were weekend guestsof as Farm. home after a week's visit with /- /' '"" c- '-' '

the Carl Carters. Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Friends of Mrs. R. W. Mosley Mrs. Dyal's daughter and family, -. -
Danny Phillips spent the week- Berva Gray of Norfolk Va., Mr. Sr. will be glad to know that -"--pgM A. .K.- Mr. and Mrs Clarence Meltonof i .. .-' ,- __;IJ>,
end In Waldo with his brother and Mrs.: Monroe Garratt, and her soninlawand Orlando.
daughter
Wherein the wonderful of
the
days grandson taps trees. Freddyis
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Pearl Raulerson of Marietta Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynolds and the first month took wings and I 14 now. Several from here helped Mrs
Coleman Phillips. Danny and and Miss Sandra Fouracsker of
sons of Jacksonville have moved have enjoyed each passing hour.I Perry Starling enjoy the birthday
Coleman attended the Jacksonville I still go to choir practice on
Tampa
here and will make their home
Fair on Saturday.Miss Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders with her. quilted a quilt, "Wishing Star. Thursday nights, and onjoy sing- dinner with her mother, Mrs. ervice
with ing so much. My life is full and Lizzie Hines of
Jackie Harley of Jack- spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hart and family and Life's thread of happiness is High Springs
sonville was the weekend guestof Dan Parrish and family In Max- Mrs. Nancy Keene spent Sundayin spun good. last Sunday. Mrs. Hines has been

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. ville.Mr. Jacksonville with Mr. and From three things woven into HELPFUL HINTS: Put a layer confined to her bed for a num-

C. Harley. and Mrs. Louie Sapp of Mrs. R. C. Bonds. Mrs. J. W. one. of foil under your ironing board ber of years and her many
Sunday guests of Mr. and Tallahassee were Sunday dinner Hart came home with them. cover. It retains the heat and All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates
The first winds ever throughand friends of Graham wish for her
Mrs. Lee Green and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Warrenof throughIn make ironing quicker. When Fully.Equipped -- 'Dependable
Mrs. Clara Boone and Cecil Olsen Pearce. Jacksonville were weekend Some' making meat loaf, run onions many more happy birthdays.Mrs. .

of Jacksonville Mrs. Luella Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hilliard guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. THING homely TO DO.strength- through the food ,chopper before J. F. Crenshaw of'Gainesville All Makes and Models

Austin and family of Clay Hill, and Mrs. Steve Starling Sr. had Warren.R. adding to meat. I find if you runa is visiting her son, Horace

and Miss Joy Ann Starling.Mrs. as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. W. Mosely Jr. and familyof The second gleams like stars few crackers along with onions Cain and family and soninlawand

G. W. Sapp and family Tracy Wilson, Mr and Mrs. Orlando have moved into the aboveA the juice will not drip and will daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. GHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV

and Mrs. Steve Starling Jr. and Bernard Rudd Mr. and Mrs. J. A. house recently occupied by the radiant thread-Some be retained in the crackers for the E. Ratliff.

daughters visited Florida Reptile Ogilvie, Mrs. Raymond D. Suber, Winton Parrishes, who have THING TO LOVE meat loaf. To quickly rid the liv- Mrs. Kate, Starling and grandson Radio .- Seat Covers Upholstering

Land at Highland Sunday after- Miss Patt Spears, and Mrs. Rosie moved to the State Farm. The third entwines them both ing room of odor of smoke and Kenneth, made a business Phone 239 Starke, Fla.

noon.Mr. McStevenson, all of Jacksonville, Mrs. Eve Godwin of' Starke == stale air I am told an open vIne- trip to Jacksonville Monday with
and Mrs. Marion Tucker and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney star- was the Sunday dinner guest of in power gar bottle will soon free the air George Reeves. '. -
Some thing to hope for hour by _' _. ._
and Mrs. Henry Tanner of Jack- ling of the State Farm. her mother Mrs. Mary Reddish. and makes it fresh. u -

sonville were Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rowe Rev. and Mrs.' W. L. Mills and hour. POTATO BEEF HASH: Two
guests of the Dave Tanner fami visited Mr. and Mrs. '
DeWayne
Jacksonville raw potatoes run through a
family of were Sun- Thus happiness, in each sure cups
ly.Mr. Elder at Kingsley Lake on Sun day dinner guests of Mr. and food chopper or you can dice

and Mrs. G. F. Thompsonof day.Troy Mrs. 0. J. Phillips. Rev. Mills has Lies part within reach of every them. One pound of ground beef MODERNIZE YOUR OFFICE EQUIPMENT]
Ocala spent the weekend with Bennett of Ft. Lauderdale accepted the pastorate of the heart (Hamburger), half cup minced

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bryant. spent the weekend with Mrs. First Baptist Church and they Priscilla Leonard onion, a.little green pepper chopped -
.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pendarvisand Bennett and Gary. will soon be moving here. if you care for it, 3 tablespoonsof / -

family were Sunday dinner Mrs. Pansy Wingate of Jack- Miss Elizabeth Terry attended Read the above verses .care fat one-half teaspoon salt, anda
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles sonville visited Mr.' and Mrs. the regional meeting of the fully. If you have Christian love dash of catsup of chill sauce. You spend most of your waking hours in your

Mosley in Jacksonville.Mr. Percy Griffis and Mrs. Daisy Lunch Room Workers at Ocala in your heart you can find Brown beef in the fat Add onions office." Why not ,have it as pleasant and .attractive
.
and Mrs. S. Clair-Griffis .Sutton .
on Sunday.Mr. last Saturday. happiness, and things such as and potatoes and rest of ingredi-
and family spent Sunday with and Mrs. Lonnie Teston Mr and Mrs. Everett Burneyof work, love hope just *naturallyfall ents. Cook slowly with a cover for as your home. You will surprised at theineeas
8
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Luke in had as Sunday guests Mr. and I
Jacksonville visited Mrs. into ones life. That is why 20 minutes. stir frequently. Cook '
Starke. Mrs. Charley Mosley and son of Georgia Ann Sapp on Saturday. found teaching school such a joy. until slightly brown. Good for /1 efficiency that new equipment will
Mr and Mrs. Ernest Williamsand Highland, Mr. and Mrs. ._;
G. W.
Mr. and children to Jove and when children
Mrs. Marshall Mott Work to do, supper come home
of Lake weekend Teston of Jacksonville and bring to your office. ,
sons City were Mr.
and sons of Jacksonville were all the people in that community. hungry.I .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. and Mrs. Roy Southerland.Mr. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hope of a good life for them anda have my garden seeds. The
E. Priest and family. Mrs. Priest and Mrs. F. S. Campbell Carl Hilliard. life hereafter. After'all these order for the plants will arrive
and Mrs. Williams and their visited Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Kingat Mrs. Lula Dority's brolher-in- years I still pray for my hild- later. ,I find my garden pays off ;
children were shopping in Jacksonville Heilbronn on Sunday. law, Jesse Willis, of St. Augus- ren in Florida for the people and well, when all foods are so hign. I EXECUTIVE DESKSSTENOGRAPHER'S rI
Both Dinner
on Saturday. Birthday tine visited her on Wednesday.The the church and school. My heartis Besides I love to garden. I hopeI I ,
families enjoyed a picnicat the The following relatives and Theodore Crews family had filled with happiness as I thinkof am able to have a good gardenlike
Foster Memorial Sun- friends Mrs. Senle Prevatt DESKS
Stephen on helped
as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. them in their own homes. had I had last summer.' We have
day.Mr. elebrate her 88th birthday anniversary Sam Tyler and family of Sax- such a wonderful letter from one been having a drouth out here the
and Mrs. James Waters at her home Sun- EXECUTIVE CHAIRS
on ton, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Crews of my girls, Mrs. Carson Griffisof last two seasons, but I have city ,
and sons were Sunday dinner day; Mrs. Selma Eunice, Carl
and family of Heilbronn and Highland. She invited me to water to sprinkle my garden.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Buford Prevatt, Mr. and Mrs. John STENOPOSTURECHA
Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Padgett her nice three bedroom home and Today is Ground Hog Day. I do
Higginbotham in Maxville.Mr. Brown and family, Mr. and Mrs.
and family of Clay Hill. she would take me around to see not think he will see'his shadow
and Mrs. Nick Pope of Harold Eunice and family, Mr. "
Miss Enza Blanchard, Mrs. Mae all my former boys and girls. out here. Days .are.much longer
Jacksonville spent the weekend and Mrs. Ralph Wise and family,
Wells, Mrs. Josephine Palmeri How happy I would be!-She sent and it might clear up before dark. Lowest
with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell BrownGENERAL Prices on Steel Filing Cabinets
Miss Arthurine Blanchard and me her picture and she is so My best wishes to all, and. I

Miss Esther Mason were in Mel- sweet and beautiful. Bless her still say a prayer for all the dear j .

rose Sunday for a joint birthday dear heart. I do love her> Maybe friends and my childrenln Florida.I 4 Drawer 4 Drawer
dinner honoring Mrs. Wells and some day the good Father will well remember everyone.

l Mrs. J. J. (Aunt Smithy) Mc- let me come back to see every: :My best love to a wonderful Letter Size '.: .
1 Leod. Mrs. W. B. Devine stayed one. At present my Don needs me people in a grand state. ,_ Legal Size

with Mr. Blanchard during Miss and I must take care of my God bless you everyone.

ELECTRIC Blanchard's absence. home and duties. I do not know LOVE, 'LURA $46.50. $54.95

Mrs. C. E. Strickland, of when I have-ever enjoyed Januaryout

Gainesville, was the Friday over- here as I have this year. It At The TabernacleMembers .- Plus Tax
night guest of her sister, Miss has h d.a. lot of cold weather, Plus Tax

Elizabeth Terry. one night it was 20 degrees below of the Gospel Taber-

$ $ The E" W. Wilkinson motoredto zero: Many nights it was 12 be- nacle have been faithful in con-
Brooker on Saturday to visit low. We have had lots of snow. tinuing the services through the

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Noon i In fact it is snowing softly now week while there has been illnessin
.::;.. Mott Other guests during the' and the ground Is white. Cold, the home of the Sponsors.The Full Size Smith Corona ,

day were Mr. and Mrs. Marshall] ice and snow is hard on the old Committee appointed to

Mott and family of Jacksonville.Mrs. people and how I do wish that take the Religious Census from
I T. C. Edwards and Mrs. at least some of them could be this group worked faithfully but I
Louie Lee Wainwright and fami- down in the sunny land Florida.I were unable to contact many who Pacemaker TypewriterOnly

ly were weekend guests of Mr. tell them about how nice it is, were not at home and also for
$16870I and Mrs.-Carl\Edwards and fami- and that when I get older I am lack of time. But the work will be

ly in Gainesville. going to go back. Whoopee! Yes,, completed later.A =
\ always hope and something to I guest speaker will occupy the $169.67 I. : =

YYYTYYYYYYYYYYYTTYYYYYYY look forward to. So many nurs-i Tabernacle pulpit next Sunday. >>trled f at.

.'::::: Removable Oven Door ing homes up here full of old I Vislors always welcome. Plus Tax Lc.work
'\}: For Easy Reach.! -in STATE FARMBy people who can never get a bit of'
i
:. Oven Cleoning.ew sunshine from their bed beside Terms Arranged
a radiator. Se be thankful those,
Janet Turner who read this, that you- live, in
Phone 135JAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Florida.In II

U January I quilted my "Wish

Mrs. L. L. Wainwright and ing Star" quilt. It is lovely. I
.._..
Magfe, Oven children spent Saturday in Gaines- will give it to one of the children.I Remington Rand "Topflight"

ville with her brother and sis- plan to make 4 more for the ,

giant| ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carr T, grandchildren.- life goes on. I
23" wdei! Edwards.Mr. am piecing another, "Eisenhower" Adding Machines-
$116.99
and Mrs. R. V. Turner had quilt like our Presidents moth 4
4 used make. is anJ
last Mr. and to It easy
as guest Sunday
Counterbalanced Oven Door Mrs. W. T. Brinson of Valdosta pretty. If any one wants' a pat- AND UP
Miss Ella Turner tern, write to me and I will send
Finger Tip Button Controlsm Ga., Mary I _
.
block.I
of Jacksonville R. V. Turner of you the pattern _and tnt
Terms ToTSnit
Lake Butler, Mr and Mrs..W. J. .washed this morning. 'Just Your Convenience
NEW! NO-DRIP COOKTOP
Johnston and family of Atlanta, finished and hung the clotheson CHARLEY E.
JOHNS &
.. : SONA
au + the lines in the basement. I
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"'IInP NOM Ga., Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson -
f4cn_ ,' and Mrs. W. H. Smith of; still use my old fashioned Maytag fine Christmas! Two
days
LIVE mER.E1. ElECTRICALLY... I 1 Starke.- : washer. It does a good job, :and I

COOK BETTER AUTOMATICALLY Sunday guests of Mr. and J.1rs.1 am still able to handle the clothes.As after a burglar entered and
WE
RENT
WITH A G.E AUTOMATIC MANGE I LOw PRIG J. G Caldwell were Mr. and one, grows older and weaker: stole all our valuable gifts .. Typewriters and Adding Mackes
washer Is fine
Mrs. Bryan Smith and family of and automatic along with jewelry, silver- ,II
II'I
Ft. White.' Many have them here.
j Mrs. A. P. Moore of Coral Thursday Don put in an order ware, and fur coats. Is it,true 'I

... Gables has been the guest of for a new funeral car. It can be that Residence Theft insurance I II
her 'Hrother-in-law and sister, used for an ambulance too..It willa Let Us Know Your Office Equipment needs I '
is one of. the most !
reasonable
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crews, for be two tone gray and it -

G. J 1 MCGRIFF.APPUANCES the past two weeks. Cadillac. Should be .a thing of, policies available? If we don't have it in stock we'll it! '
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Rosier of beauty. We like to keep our equip- get
Jacksonville were weekend guests ment nice, so a funeral will be a
GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES"The of her parents, the L. Burdens. thing of beauty and bring a Charley Johns
Only Authorized General Electric Appliance DealerIn Mr. and Mrs. M. C. -Roberts measure of satisfaction to the .

Bradford County" had as Sunday guests his mother grieving and sad. Our work thenis Bradford

COR.'CALL AND.WALNUT PHONE. 229 Mrs. J. M. Roberts, and sister .a blessing. County TelegraphPHONE

STARKE, FLORIDA Mrs. Fred Henschen and daughter In Indiana my son.s'family are &SOD Agency

of Jacksonville. making maple'IJI'UP.. They' now PHONE 28

We Service Everything e Sell The-community Club win meet have a regular camp or house to FLORIDA
Monday Feb. 18, at 7:30 p., m. boa the syrup down Then if it Phone 13 Start, .lit.
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i your answer or pleading to the otherwise the allegations of said
.. English Girl Weds YWA Celebrates, Sandra Rosier Weds Buffet Supper Held complaint on the PlaleUff' Complaint will be taken a. con.

i Lawtey Airman In 50th Anniversary George M. riffis' 'At Circle} 4 Meeting Attorney "uUding Ralph Roberts, Jacksonv11le-Z03 Professional ... 2., feued This b7 notice 70U. stall be publlllbed
., Florida once each week for four consecutive
Church Ceremony: ... and file the orIgInal In tM office of reeks In the Bradford County Tel.
r I i The YWA girls of the First ,J!.:.' :: Circle 4 of the First Methodist the Clerk of the Circuit Court OD or graph.
.
I Baptist Church celebrated the WSCS met Tuesday evening at before the Dated this 1th day of February
18th day of March, 1951: 1957.
50th'anniversary of the organization t the, home of Mrs. Foster Shi otherwise the allegations of paid .(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby
with a special program this try Smith. A buffet supper was served Complaint will be taken u-coat...- Clerk of the Circuit Court
ed by you E'f arlan! 1. Crosby
1 Deputy Clerk
week Mrs. Smith and the .
by co- This notIce shall be published i %
/15 tt 3/8
Gladys Mooty For the occasion, the recrea- hostess, Mrs. G. S. ewsomb. once weeks each ha the week Bradford for four County conaecutlvs Tel.- .. NOTICE-TO ,
PlrtlnaWoman's 35 tion room was decorated with a The serving table carried out graph. I. elrealt Court Bradford ArPEAR
t& I the valentine motif, with Dated this Uth day. of February, Fleridas I. Ctaaeery. Ceuaty
__ "" r'I gold and green color scheme with : ; nose- 1357. BerU Eva HoUck-'Plalntltf: ,
-- a large YWA emblem serving as : gays composed of carnations, Ob'FICIAL SEAL) Chiles A. Darby John Houck Deft'ndant. vs

Club Plans Tea And Musicale a background. 1 an,1R baby breath, chrysanthemums,1 Marian Clerk 1.of Crosby the ireult, Deputy Coat.By Clerk. Notice To Appear use :\o.! 10-Z0H

Women Special guest was Mrs. Mildred .. and pansies. in an epergne. /15 4t 3/8 To: John HouCk, whose residence
4y
Game Party Planned By Candelabras, holding white can- Is Unknown and whose last known
Dessert
Mean, returned missionary from NOTICE TO APPEAR address was Morganton,
Church Y L. dles entwined with pink ribbon I. elre.1t C..rt. Bradford c..tJ'. Carolina. North
Of Keystone Brazil who Interesting
an
Fund ,
gave
To Aid Heart I and whisps of net, also FI.ridar I. C..een. You are hereby notified that
: were a nit
report of work in the mission ?: Robert Lee Duvall, Plaintiff VB. for divorce
Woman's Club will Plans have been completed by '4" used. The table was laid with an Elizabeth Anne Tallent Duvall De- hu been filed against you ill the
The starke ; fendant. Case No. 10-043 above named Court and
of the Community field.Dr. ,. import cutwork tablecloth. Individual cause and
a dessert-game party at the Women Mean, Introduced by Mrs. -. ,4AL Notice To Ape.rTo you are required to serve a copy of
sponsor Heights forth .. r tables held small bouquets : Elizabeth Ann Tallent
evening, Church of Keystone your answer or pleading to the
on Friday JoeUa Hardy, the people: Duvall'l
club house young whose
the silver tea and musicale '. v11r. of red azaleas. residence and complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
Feb. 22, at 8 o'clock. ir annual leader, complimented the girls In I 1618 Netherwood Avenue, Memphis Louis T. Ransom 608. Consoli
to the pub- i on Thursday Feb. 21, at Taking part on the program 6, Tennessee. dated Building Jacksonville 2,
The party is open Portuguese and Spanish. You are hereby notified that Florida
a
the educational building were Mrs., Jack Clement, Mrs.
will be played with 3 p. m.. in i 'I suit fordivorce and file the original In
.i I the
lic and games Honored guests of the girl "fflce
J. A. Torode, Mrs. Drew
their own of the church. Reddish, care, custody and control of the Clerk or the Circuit Court on
players furnishing arranged h. were :Mrs: R. O. Dansby, Mrs. and 1.lrs. B. 1. Moxley Jr. Eighteen of minor child or before the 18th day of March
cards. Members and guests are Miss Cleva Carson has W. M. Mundy and the Rev and has been filed against you 'In me 1957; otherwise the allegations of
husbands which will include '. members and two visitors above named Court and caUl. and laid Complaint will be taken al
asked 'to bring their the program the r. Mrs. Lewis D. Haines. were present. you are required to serve a copy of confessed by )'ou_
to
and dates. All proceeds will go practicallY aU newcomers Jour answer or pleading to the This notice shall be published
which: Mrs. Ralph M. Felix, complaint on the Plaintiff'. once each week for four consecutive
drive community. "; NO'fltJl TO
to the Heart Fund at Birthday Parties Held I. '((Irealt Court APPEAR Attorney Louis T. RansolIk 6.)8 weeks In the Bradford Count Tele-
during Ohio, a guest Bradford Canary Consolidated Jacksonville
conducted locally of Plymouth "*: Florid.. I. Building Kraph.
being C..Hry.
is Bradford Beach Apartments, will t Edward D. Farr, 2, Florida Dated this Uth day of February,
February by the Geneva For Starke Residents Elizabeth PlaIntiff vs. Rose and file the original 111 the office .
Chapter. give a piano solo; the Misses .u Fowler Case Farr,No Deft'ndant.. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court oa (Omela Seal) Charles A. Darby
County Little and Henderson, vocalists G. J. McGriff Jr. Lex Green, tv.flee To Appear 10-041 or before the Clerk of the Circuit Court
each ,
There will be a prize for Joann To: Rose Elizabeth 18th day of March, 19n: I B1' Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
table and many door prizes. Tickets will be accompanied by and Chris Carratt, whose birth- whose residence and Fowler address Farr Is:,I %/1S Ct 3/8
Miss Margaret Reitz. All three days fall in February celebrated Unknown.
from any
may be purchased Woman's young ladies are students at the Miss Thelma Stenton the occasion jointly at dinner and Mrs. Quincy Rosier You are hereby DOUnel chat a I '
of the Starke daughter a suit for divorce Men's Clothing
member
University of F1orida. Barbara of Mr. and Mrs.. Frank Stentonof party Saturday evening at theOfficer's announce the marriage of their has above been filed against you In the 111'11 IMI ALVADU'l' STORE! III .
Club. named Court and EstabliShed 1894DARKSDALE'S
professional cause aDd
Little "Miss Heart Throb," a Webb Larkin, a. Northwich, England and Airman Club in Jacksonville. daughter. Sandra, to George M. you are required to serve a copy of
with one .
reader, will entertain 2-c Elma L. Crews Helping to celebrate the occasion
H-inch doll, complete son of Griffis, son of Mr. and Mrs.
beautiful handmade wardrobe, will be of her adult numbers; and Mrs.I I Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crewa of with the honor guests were Roy Griffis. The wedding took I
with
J. Russell Young will present Lawtey, were united in marriage Mrs. Lex Green, Mrs. McGriffJr. place in Folkston, Ga.' Saturday '

given away. chair- several violin numbers accompa- on Saturday morning, Dec. 29, ., Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGriff night, Jan. 26. They were HALF PRICE
1.lrs. Herbert Thomas is nied by Mrs. Florence James, of at 11 o'clock in St. Helens Church Sr., Dr. slid Mrs. Lloyd Jennings, accompanied to Georgia by Mrs r
assisted by
man of the event, 1.lelrose. lin Northwich. canon A. W. Mait- Mrs. Y. A. Hams of Gainesville, Roy Griffis and Mr. and- Mrs.!
of
'Irs. C. 1. Scholl members, president of the Invite your friends and makeup land Wood officiated at the Miss Betty Lu Harris, Dr. J. E. Q. Rosier. George is connected I WINTER WEAR FINAL

the club. Other as many tables of four as double ring ceremony. Denmark Miss Betty Jane Morgan with the State Surveyors with
'Irs. steve
committee include Kincaid, you wish. Call Mrs. H. J. Boat- Near the chancel of the church I Pat McGriff, and Mrs. Joan headquarters in Starke, where I
irs. J. W.
Simmons, Sin- wright, 4115, for reservations. stood the traditionally decorated I York. they will reside.
Kite Irs. Clyde
Irs. J. R. ,
'Irs. David A. Ne'lon is general Christmas tree. .The aisle and altar .
Adams, Mrs. J.
clair MrS. H. H.
H. DuPre, irs. Dave Paulk, irs. chairman of the tea. I II steps.were banked with white Gary Harris celebrated his Eddie Hartmann Fetes
I. lilies, chrysanthemums and holly.As eighth birthday anniversary last
Mathews, and Mrs. Har-
Lowell Valentine Dance the guests assembled, the Friday afternoon with a theatre Birthday With Dance
ry Mooty. church organist, W. H. Horrocks, of his boy
for
a
Refreshments will be served party group At Woman's Club
sponsored by and the full church choir offered
friends.
club Valentine Dance
the by
members.following games the Bradford High School Student a The program traditional of wedding wedding marches music. Gary's mother, Mrs. Ira Har.ris Eddie Hartmann was host at MEN'S AND BOYS LADIES AND CHILDREN'S
Valentine cake and
Council: served a formal
a dance in the Starke

Executive Board Time-7 p. m. were Given used.in marriage by her father, ice cream to Gary attended and his the friends mati- Woman's Club Saturday evening SHIRTS
before they from 8:30 to 12 in celebration of
Place-USa building the bride wore a fitted full length DRESSES
The executive board of the :Queen contestants-MarUyn strapless gown of nylon tulle, with!. nee. his 15th birthday anniversary.
Starke Garden Club will meet Cox, Science Club; Virginia Darby pearl embroidered lace overskirt The club house was gayly dec-

Thursday evening, Feb. 21 .at Beta Club; Kathaleen conway, and matchinng coatee. She car- Tommy Gumber celebrated his orated for the occasion with multicolored I IPULLOVER AND
1:30 o'clock at the home of I Elementary library; Penny Holl- Tied a sheath bouquet of hyacinth third birthday Sunday evening crepe paper streamers PAJAMAS

Mrs. A. R. Norman; 1305 E.! ingsworth, Glee Club; Lucretia bells, Christmas roses, and carnations when his parents, Mr. and Mrs. and balloons. The long refreshment .

Call street. Cumbee FF A.. centered with white orchids. Joe Gumber entertained 20 table in the sunroom was PAJAMASSWEATERS'

Voting for Valentine Queen Her only ornament was a pair of guests at a dinner party. centered with a crystal punch'

BAKE SALE between 7 and 8. pearl and marcasite earrings, a bowl which was surrounded with
Circle 4 of the Methodist WSCS at 8::45. gift of the bridegroom. entertained .
Crowning of the Queen Mrs. F. M. Crawford greenerY interspersed with pink Out They Must Go At
will have a bake sale in front Dress-semI.formal. The ,bride's sister, Miss Hazel at a birthday party last Sat- gladioli blossoms. At either end .
The
Rdu
of Barksdale's Saturday morning Admission 35 and 50 cents. Stenton was chief bridesmaid, and urday afternoon for her daughter of the table were large birthday Spectacular

starting at 10 a. .m.. .... wore a full length- strapless crino- Beverly...,. who was celebrating cakes. Silver trays held anchovies ci ions
line gown of powder blue nylon her eighth- anniversary. I dainty cakes and nuts. Another I You 1\Iay. Have Ex-

tulle, matching coatee and elbow Beverly and her 10 guests en- table also held a punch petted A Clearance -

length gloves of pale pink lace. joyed games with prizes and re- bowl carrying out the same color But You Never Ex--
Her hea.d-dress was a coronet of freshments during the party motif. peeted These Reduc- PRICE

j brightly colored fresias, and she hours, 3 to 5' o'clock. During the evening the guests tions. .
carried a half moon bouquet of
carnations were entertained by a local tal-
IOLD pink hyacinths, and
white heather. Meetings Are Held ent floor show. Those appear-

1 The small attendants Misses By Baptist Circles Ing on the show were Bobbie BARKSDALE'S'
Margaret Scott and Lou-Ann and Jean ,Oakes as, Gale Strom Bob

Elizabeth Beck wore pale pink The Doris Knight Circle of Smith',as Elvis Presley Jo Smith

PICTURES NEWSPAPERS full length crinoline gowns of the Fir Baptist. .Church met as LaVerne Baker, Little Deb'
matching taffeta and nylon tulle', I Monday night at the church at bie Hartmann as Gene Vincent,

trimmed with powder blue bows :! 1:30. The meeting was called to Eddie Hartmann portraying Ger-
DIARIES LETTERS RECORDS and elbow length gloves. Their order by the leader Mrs. Charles trude Tessey in Sugaree, Bever-

head-dresses and posies were of Darby and Miss Wilma Alexander -.. ly Chapman as Ruth Brown, and
OTHER RELICS fresiasMr. brought the devotional. Mrs. Sally Sink and Anne Matthews TAKE ADVANTAGE OF DENMARK'SBIG

AND Crews had as best man' I a review on the 'The as Patience and Prudence.
Darby gave
Airman 2-c Charles Hill of Mississippi I Joys of Being A Christian." Assisting Eddie mother, Mrs.I 2 FOR 1 FEBRUARY OFFER!

who is also stationed in Business was conducted and re- Loyree Hartmann, in serving the

England. Ushers were Frank ports were given. Refreshments guests were .Mr. and Mrs. Mac ...
Thurlwell, Rowland Birkenhead, were served by the hostess. Futch, Mr, and Mrs. Elmer
1 and Keith Stenton, brother of the of Jacksonville, Mr. and
I Phillips
bride. I TABLE PAD AND
The Lottie Moon Circle Mrs.J. Mrs. Mike Gilhooley and Mr. and

Following the, ceremony thebride's D. Doyle, leader, met Monday Mrs. W. H. GrahamThe,12,5 3I11COVER

GRANDPA. iri OR GRANDMA' guests at parents a buffet entertained luncheon sixty in at 7:30: p. m. at the, with home Miss of invited guests danced SEt -- REG. $2.95 VALUE
Ross
the Lostock Club. Miss Dorothy to Hi Fi recordings throughout
During the afternoon Dorothy Alvarez as co-hostess. the party hours. .
ON HIS AT THE Mrs. Crews left on a Mr wedding and The meeting was opened with This Cover Is Aluminized, Scorch.Proof, Color-Fast, Stain.Resistant. ,
by Mrs. S. 1. Peek Sr. and Has Many Other Advantages
trip to points of interest in prayer de- UDC Members Hear
CHURN Mrs. A. R. Norman gave the
BIKE England.near the They base where are now.he residing is sta- votional. Rev. Lewis D. Haines Talk On Lanier Free With The PurchaSe Of Any Of Our
talk on
gave an interesting
"Tithing: Refreshments were Mrs. Charley Johns and 'Irs. .
ALL METAL
TABLES
IRONING
tioned.Hospital served by the hostess and co- Steve Simmons were hostesses at \

Auxiliary hostess. the meeting of the W. T. Weeks

Plans Silver Tea Chapter of the. United Daugters Standard Or Adjustable l

The Ethel Biggs Circle met of the Confederacy in the home
The Hospital Auxiliary is anteJ- Ii Monday nlgth at the home of I: of Mrs. Johns Wednesday, Feb. Priced

taming at a Silver Tea Wednesday Mrs. George Anderson with 'Irs. 6. Azaleas and potted plants '",
i $15 Cash ---:- 1st Prize afternoon Feb. 20, from Bertha Fuller as co-hostess. The were used as decorations. From 6 9 5

4 to 6 o'clock in the Episcopal meeting opened with prayer by The meeting was opened with. .

Parish House on N. Church street. the leader, Mrs. J. W. Ritch. the pledge and salute to the I /

$10 Cash Prize The public is cordially invited i and reports were given by the United states and Confederate ,
-N- to I devotional was
attend. chairmen. The flags, led by Mrs. 1. A. Davis.
led by Mrs. Bertha Fuller. Mrs.. .
Mrs. O. 1. Haynes, chapter president

-YOtrLL LOVE thfl new Ester Anderson chapters reviewed of the mission the first"book two, presided over the business

$5 Cash NN 3rd Prize i brook prus&-s1ze fountain pens In "}dissions'U.. S. A." meeting.Mrs. FREE SMOKING STAND
Mattie Gahagan, chapter
pastel &hades. .
Only $3.09 at Bradford During the social hour refreshments ...

For best items submitted that are judged to have the County Telegraph were served ,by the historian talk on the, gave life of an Sidney interesting Lanier WITH PURCHASE OF ANY .

most historical interest for Starke and Bradford Coun- hostess and co-hostess. and closed the program with one .

ty. This includes old pictures, newspaper clippings, _.-._._._._._._,-,_._._._._._,- -'-'_.-'-' .r rSHUFORD'S. of his poems. ROCKER

diaries, letters, or any material pertaining to the early ,The hostesses were assisted by :

history of Starke and Bradford County. SERVICE. STATION I I'Vishes Markleyann Johns. The March Y.. In Our Store
S '* t
meeting will be held with :Mrs. li'14
L D. Vining. t Air
;s :
START LOOKING! To Announce Priced .95

WCTU To Fete! .;
Local
and bring your entries to the Bradford County Tele- That They Are Now Operating The I

graph. They will be marked with your name and filed I State President.- .x: From

for return to after Starke's Centennial Celebration I STATIONI
you STANDARD OIL
The Laura Scott Union, WCTU, .
in 1\Iay. will entertain at.a luncheon in

the Tabernacle annex at noon
This material is being collected for use in a special Cen- At Cor. Walnut and Madison Sts. today (Friday) honoring the state .

tennial Issue of The Telegraph to be published in 1\Iay. Starke, Florida president, Yrs. Florence Riggle, w Come In Now .-. Oilers

Also for use in the Historical Booklet to be printed and of Ft. Lauderdale.

distributed by the Centennial Committee. And Will Now Be Known As members}.{rs. Riggle and will guests address fOllowing the Good Only From Feb. 22Thru


the luncheon, and a brief business -
You will be rendering your town Shuford's Standard Service Station session will be held. Out of. March 2, 1957

town guests will include the district -

and valuable service bylookng president Miss Martha Mel-
county a Washing Poliahing-- Greasing ton and district treasurer, '}.{rs. See Denmark Furniture Co. For Your Nationally Advertised Furniture, Including

Nellie Dolg, both of Gainesville.are Simmons, Kroehler, Serta, Berldine, Drexel, Dixie, Thayer, Lane, Bassett, Cosco
; through tour relics to see Friends of temperance .
Atlas Tires, Tubes, Batteries, cordially invited to be present on Samson And Many Others.


what you can find. and Accessories this occaslon. :. "It' A Fact You Can Do Better At"
CARD OF TflMtSWe


BRING ITEMSBRADFORD OF INTEREST TO Your. Patronage ,Will. Be.r ,,rAppreciated' words to wish our of many to sympathy express friends. our beautiful for gratitude the- Denmark Furniture Co. of Starke


flowers, and other acts of kind-
COUNTY TELEGRAPH ness during Our recent bereavement .434 W. CALL ST. PHONE 151
PHONE 316 : STARE, FLA. .- The fenD1 of Krs. Elizabeth 1S

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.... rl- -- Mr. and Mrs. ). A. Sasser and Sweetheart Of Sigma ChiT lineal known descendants heirs at law of the, devisees said Samuel or- - --,- -- -

family have moved into their Griffis, Helen Josephine Parsonsand

new home at 620 W. Adkins St. whose- husband.true Christian name Parsons is un-,

Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lance were known, Charlotte Amelia Parsonsand

in Waycross over the weekend husband Parsons, NOTICE
I whose true Christian name is unknown -
visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Cars- I A. M. Blanchard and wife
well and family.Mr. Blanchard whose true
Christian name Is unknown Carrie
iN i N ros and Mrs. H. G., Davis and I B. Bennett Starling and husband I .
J. A. Starling, I. N. Starling and
family of Gainesville were Sunday I wife Starling, whose true Due To The Rising Cost Of Parts And
visitors of Mrs. Lucile Davis. ,'Christian name is unknown, A. R.
.
Starling and wife. Starling,
------
PII I AI'Yr. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Moench 'I whose true Christian name is unknown -

and Mrs. Dick Fillmore of The second grade classes of spent the weekend in Lake Wales I Jane Eyrd Byrd whose and Christian husband Labor, I Am Forced To Increase

}Moncton Mew Brunswick, Canada Mrs. Don Patray and Mrs. Jerry with Mr. and Mrs. Leon Perry. .I name is unknown If living, andif
Mr. dead, their respective unknown
and Mrs. Robert Barksdale
were Monday and Tuesday visitorsof Gay took a train ride from T Ytr spouses heirs, devisees' grantees, My Prices From
Miss Pat Lamb and Mrs. Starke to Waldo last Friday celebrated their tenth wedding or assigns and any and all unknown -
anniversary on Sunday by visit- persons or parties claiming
Dorothy Sullivan. morning.Mrs. by. through under or against them,
ing St.. Augustine and Marine- and any and all unknown personsor
Bill Weldon was dischargedfrom John Griffin of Ochlocknee parties claiming any right, title, $12.50 TO $14.00 PER HOUR

the Army last week after Ga. will arrive Saturday to land.Mr. or interest in and to the follow-
.
and Mrs. Ralph Honnol ing described lands In Bradford
three years service with the last spend a week with her parents, and son, Harold, returned to County. Florida viz: FOR D.7 CATERPILLARAND

year being in Korea. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump while their home in Waynesville, N. C. A portion of the Northeast quarter
r Miss Lillian Stump will spend a (N'EVi of Northeast Quarter
Everett Prescott returned this week after a three week visit (NEK) of Section twenty three \0

home Wednesday after being con- week in Tampa and South Flori- here 'with the Herlong ,family. Range(23), Township Twenty two five (22)(5) 'South.East. TO $15.00 PER HOUR

fined in Bradford County Hos- da. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver of Bradford County, Florida, and

pital the past two weeks. Mrs. Drew Ratliff entertainedat 'Williston were Sunday guests of b ,r FI. ,,4 being more particularly describedas
two tables of bridge and a f. follows: FOR D-8 CATERPILLAR
Mr. and Mrs. W. T, Jackson. e Commence at the Northeast Cor-

luncheon at the Officer's Club Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Sr. left to- 4e. ner of aforesaid Section' twenty
on Tuesday for her house guests, day for Boston Mass. for three (23) and run thence South
an :. g+ eighty nine (89) degrees and fifteen -
Mrs. Fred Ahern and Miss Fran- indefinite visit with Mjr. and (15) minutes West along .

FLORIDATHEATRE ces Shaw of Ponta Vedra. Mrs. J. A. Scanlon and family. the distance Northerly of five boundary hundred ninety-thereofa

Bullington's 11th AnniversarySale. Mjr. Scanlon is stationed at six and forty seven hundredths

I Necklaces, Earrings Brae- Leominster, Mass. for training _sx boundary(596.47) feet of the to right-of-way the Westerly of DAVE PAULK

lets, Broaches, Boxed Sets -, until June when he will leave State Road number 200; run .

Selling I-! Regular Price. for overseas duty. thence South seventeen (17) degrees -
and nineteen (19) minutes PHONE 308-J STARKE FLORIDA
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hartfieldof Terrell Hayman was in Tampathe : West along said Westerly boun-

Batavia, N. Y. were Sunday first of the week visiting dary forty a seven distance hundredths of sixteen(16.47)and ,

guests of the Rev. and Mrs. S. J. friends. \ feet to the Southerly boundary .. ___ ._. __ __ ___._ ___i1-'
Charles of the right-of-way of State Road
Grady.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Shepherdand
SAT. FEB. 16
number S-125 to point of. beginning -
DOUBLE FEATURE and Mrs.. J. J. Moore and daughter, Gail, of Tampawere ; run thence- South- eighty- I
family of Waycross were Sun- Saturday evening dinner JOANNE SLADE,_daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade of ine (89) degrees and fifteen (15)
minutes West along said South-
day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Paul guests of Mr. and. Mrs. Inman Starke, was chosen Sweetheart of Sigma Chi at the fraternity's an- erly boundary a distance of three

1 iteJ Raymond and Mr. and Mrs. R. Green. nual Sweetheart formal dance at Emory University in Atlanta. Miss hundred(345.6) feet forty-five to an iron and stake six tenths; run SMITH'S SHELL

B. Alvarez. Mrs. Carrie Ritch returned Slade was the only freshman in the Court of six girls who were thence South fifteen (15) degreesand
I Confined in their respective home Monday after spending the forty-two (42) minutes West,
Sweetheart candidates. Johnny Kopelousos of St rl.eice presi- a distance of three hundred for
ne'U1IJII homes this week with mumps are past two weeks in Hialeah with ty-three and two hundredths
i Dale Crosby, Evelyn Sinclair and her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. dent of the Emory chapter of Sigma Chi. (343.02) feet to an iron stake:
run thence South seventy two
., w Gerry Mooty. N. T. Ritch. Mr. Ritch( had been (72) degrees and forty two (4%
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wingate of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Johnstonand ) SERVICE STATIONLawtey
i UIIII .rrrr Friends will be interested to seriously ill in Mercer Hospital minutes East a distance of three
--- Callahan and Mrs. Louise Par- : family, of Atlanta spent the hundred eighteen and seven tenths
.1\111\[ [ learn Miss ,during Mrs. Ritch's stay there
tlBllU i that Joan Henderson nelle of Jacksonville were Sun- weekend with Mrs. Johnston's (318.7) feet more or less, to
....1&11IUU1BU of Tampa was elected Queen of I but is now home and getting along aforesaid Westerly boundary of
and Mrs. sister, Mrs. Sam Anderson, and,
day visitors of Mr. Tyler the right-of-way, of State Road
B\ .>>utUalExeilsII11111 Gasparilla at the State Fair last satisfactorily. Jonnes. Mr. Anderson while enroute to I number 200; run thence North Florida
,
AGNEW WINDOWCLEANING seventeen (17) degrees and nine-
week. Miss Henderson is a frequent -
I SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fowler Miami where they will make their teen (19) minutes East along said
visitor of Mrs. O. L. Beas- Westerly boundary a distance oflour
Moved from 339 N. Cherry St. and Mra Ruby Collins, former home.Mr. hundred fifty (450) feet to
ley and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. .
.
PLUS and Mrs. Drew Ratliff
moving on point of beginning. OPEN
Starke residents, are
TO 31 W. South St. Back Of
Mr. and MA. Steve Simmons
YOU ARE
to Cocoa visited Dr. and Mrs. Joe Davisin HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
Winn-Dixie. W. S. AGNEW March 1 from Tampa a suit has been filed againstyou
and daughter, Maureen, are in i .
where Mr. and Mrs. Fowler have Live Oak on Monday.Dr. in the Circuit Court of Brad-
Miami this week visiting rela- PHONE 182-W A. Y. Covington attendedthe ford County, Florida in Chancery
with the Pan
Rev. W. S., McAliley of the accepted positions in which the plaintiffs Albert Sap- 24 HOURS DAILY
4 I. yours tives.Mrs. Church was electedone American Guided Missile base. Health Officers conference in penfield and wife Ruby Sappenfieldseek
when you John Tilley and daughter, Presbyterian Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Andrewsand Jacksonville Monday to Wednesday to quiet title to the above N-
'm..t... Patricia, of Gainesville spent of eight delegates from the described lands:
Suwannee Presbytery to attend family of Wesconnet were March: _22.. 1957 is the return day
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.R. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. I oi this Notice, and you are hereby For Your ConvenienceGAS
E. Lewis. the General Asaambly in Birmingham Sunday !. the Circuit Court ef Florida 'required to file (personally or by
Ala. on April 26. R.O., Dansby. Eighth Judicial Circuit IB and attorney) with the Clerk of said
For Bradford County.In Court other
your answer or defense -
Mrs. W. L. Dowling of Douglas, Mr .and Mrs. Euatis McKnight Chancery. if any, to the Complaint in .
eI WANTEDHorses Ga. was visiting her soninlawand .nd son, David, and E. L. Langston Albert Sappen- ) said suit oon or before'the said 22
field, and wife ) day of March,
I 1957. and at the
Mr. and Mrs. Ed were in Kingstree, S. C.
to break and train. daughter Ruby Sappen- ) same time serve a copy thereof
Crosby from Saturday to Wedes- Saturday to Tuesday where they field Plaintiffs, ) upon Jenkins & Jenkins, 241 West :
Satisfaction guaranteed. vs. ) Suit to Quiet Title University Avenue Gainesville, Florida OIL KEROSENE
fishing funeral' of Mr. Mc-
IvA the
rod
day, while Mr. Dowling was ttended ,
William C. ) Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
CONWAY BAaTOK Owner to be judge. Spe- I in South Florida. Inght's brother, Samuel Mc- Magill et at, ) HEREIN FAIL NOT, or Judgmentwill

cialize in training, roping Mrs. J. H. Milhollin and Mrs. Knight, who died last Friday Defendants ) be entered against you by default -
WHEN YOU NEED IT
61,A.NOOuCtIOll.A............,..- NOTICE OF SUIT
and barrel horses. Also Eli Tanner of Douglas, Ga. are night. The State Of FloridaTo The Bradford County Telegraph.

"Daddy"Little Darling"-Car.. Double registered Palomino spending a few days with Mrs. Mrs. Carl Johns of Chesterton, W. C.: Magill also known as WilliamC. a newspaper Bradford of County general, Florida circulationin is

toon.! Chapter No. 2 "Mysterj r Quarter Horse at stud. Sire W. S. Slade. Ind. will arrive Saturday to Magill and wife Mary C. Magill, hereby designated as the newspaperin
C. C. Harris acting for appreciate which this notice shall be pub-
Island" Plaudit Norfleed 16545 I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Crosby were spend ten days with Mr. and and wife Harris, whose lished once a week for four publications -
called to Baxley, Ga. Sunday by Mrs. C. A. Driggers. true Christian name is unknown. prior to said 22nd day of
by Plaudit. Dan Paris H,t the death of a relative _Mrs. Mary E. Shipman and husband March, A. D., 1957. PHONE LAWTEY 2801
( Bullington's 11th AnniversarySale. Shipman. whose true Chris- WITNESS my hand and seal of
SUN., MON.. TUBS.. by Stampers Paris 9948 by Ruth Dyal. Necklaces, Earrings, Brae- tian name is unknown, Volney J. said Court at Starke, Bradford
FEB. 17-18-19 Oklahoma Star. Fee $25.00. Among those attending the Shipman and wife Ship- County, Florida, this 13th day of
lets, Broaches, Boxed Sets man, whose true Christian name is February A."D., 1957.
Sperry "open house" in Gaines Price. unknown, A. M. Dixon' and wife (OFFICIAL SEAL)
KEN WILLIAMS or ville Sunday were :Mrs. V. V. Selling 1-2 Regular Dixon whose true Chris- Charles A. Darby as YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED
Funniest pairrlOlU Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thomaa and tian name is unknown, any and all Clerk of said Circuit Court.
HAROLD McCULLARS Hazen and son, Jimmy, Mr. and
unknown
devisees
Mr heirs or lineal By Marian U Crosby Deputy Clerk
I in pictures! Circle M Ranch Mrs. Robbie Shaller, Mr. and Mrs. family ,of Crescent pity'and' descendants of the said A. M. Dixon, Jenkins.& Jenkins f
and Mrs. D. H. Handley of Lakeland Samuel Griffis and wife Attorneys for Plaintiffs
\ Bob Katharine Route 2, Box 151 Ed Prevatt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul were Sunday guests of Mr. Griffis, whose true Christian nameis 241 West University Avenue '
i Meng, and Mr. and Mrs. Francis unknown and any and all un- Gainesville, Florida15 4t 3/8
Phone Franklin 28460 Meng. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark. Mrs. P.,. .
S. Denmark returned to Lakelandwith
Gainesville Florida
Misa Elizabeth Lawson of West
I : the Handleys for a visit.
2tpIGASTO Palm Beach spent the weekend
a Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clarkand .
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.H. .
of Jacksonville spent
baby
A. Lawson.Mr. .
Sunday with Mr. and Mra I. E.
1 NSII and Mrs. George Clemons Clark. .
of Melrose had a surprise birthday
dinner Sunday evening for Rev. and Mrs. George Weisnerand
.
-By- Mrs. Henry Stefanelli of Starke. family, who have spent the ,', '
\ u cuiaYisnuISoN and TECHNICOLOR e. i past six weeks with Dr. and !.:., "
GIB BROWN Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Lewis .. ,
AD MAT NO. 113.1 COL I r(23 LINES); and Mrs. L. A. Lewis of Wilmington Mrs. H. G. Bollinger,' left last .
ft
Dela. spent Tuesdayand week for Bridgeman, Mich. and \y ", :

PLUS // 1n I IP1 Wednesday with. Col. and from there they will go to Brazil .. ,' ,

"Fish Are Where You Find Mrs. T. T. Long. Mr. and Mrs. for Missionary work around the ",.' :;',.. ". 'r

Them" (SPECIAL) I I L. H. Lewis were enroute to Fort first of March.T / ,, ,.,,;: '
"The Little Boops"CartoonWED. Lauderdale for two weeks while : R. Jones of Orange Lake, '

Mrs. L. A. Lewis will be stayingat Mrs. Mildred Sapp of Ocala, Mr. .
"
the Ponce de Leon hotel in and Mrs. Charles Shepherd and :. ,
., THURS., FRI. Wry .
St. Augustine. i, amily and Mrs. Annie Laura ,
FEB. 20-21-22 Neuner of and Mr. and '
Bullington's llth Anniversary Tampa o of '
DOUBLE FEATURE Sale. Ladles and Men's Watches vlrs. George Miller of Starke were peOple county inctease

Greatly Reduced. Ideal Valen- Sunday dinner guests of I. P. The dford to the Cow
..
tsars nrnra3 r.cx I I 'Tht''S are the First SquawksGib To aue
tine Gifts. Shepherd following the Methodist Br tb 3t
l fuf1\itute
I I ever had on his service.1If Among those from out of town hurch service where two brass k e An announcing ; oLoutin

you have reason to squawk attending funeral services for sanctuary vasea were dedicated St r e Dtiggna ettlent have .

about our service, it will ie Mrs. W. H. Perkins on Mondaywere .t the church service in memory 1 easute putchaset1 ana .,
ovetthenpa\ t ,
,
w because it's TOO GOOD!!! rf Mrs. I. P. Shepherd. eat'P nen
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dickey t we a ;

iii.Iif irLllI!! I of Thomasville, Ga., J. F. Kirby, e take e as sl nc e St. haS'taken et1 f t om 1theit P elm .

GIB BROWNSERVICE Edgar Kirby Miss Marjorie Kir- out bustn iOa have mop ttla..e t

PLUS by, Mrs. Berl Lane, and Mr. and vn\\ cUS' .
r\attY
"GAMMA PEOPLE"Paul STATION Mrs Charlsey Perkins all of Lake d f out '
Mrs. Glen Miss DAEBKTAR'KE an a 1\ 0'h bet '. '
City
; Searing r\e w
.
Douglas and Eva Bartok Standard Oil Products istt kno
Estelle Searing, Mr. and Mrs. E. W a to mu
"Mice Pa Radice" Cartoon Phone 327 R. Carter and Robert and Vicki FLA. sea a position offet yoU \o do

I 407 N. Temple Ave. Carter, all of Jacksonville; Mr. 'YV a >B able to oppotlun\J:

and Mrs. George W. Trask, Mr. SUN., MON., TUES., us an .

and Mrs. Avonn M.. Trask, Mr. FEB. 17-18-19 .1
ana
and Mrs. E. E. Procter, and Mr. DOUBLE FEATURE SWISS'S- Pa1tic a
'
d
oo CANT YOU HEAR YOUR'OLD and Mrs. T. J. Cleghorn, all of 'DO\ll ,
Lakeland.Mr. "The First Texan"CI.NElI.SCOPE serge cheapet aom
e.
t 0 \ttle
e .
HOUSE CALLING ?! and Mrs. Tyler Jones and tCt seT' lC> quan\t\e5 b u Y.a please c

family have purchased the, W. Joel McCrea n-rtR we ou
A. Stern home at 213 Lafayette I in teas o on t y
so> this '"
.- PLUS I
ER/V/ZE ME! r street and are in the process of futntutend fot to"Uetof y ou L Pin
buY .
G moving this week, Mr. and Mrs. "NAVY WIFE"Joan VJ e store n"s on cottlP\ete
,4Q1 "
10P (OUR Stern and daughter, Louise,' are Bennett, Gary Merrill Statke save offeting{
111-
ova I the ass
home
occupying their new on U. '
and Shirley Yamaguchi licS .
( S. 301, South. a ac.C\ua\nte .
'
t51ALLINNO ate
Plus Color Cartoon For Kids
EM-3 Freddie Johns of Norfolk, and get eT
Po 0 Ilea m
Va.: is home on a ten day leave the com .
AtjSSr1"
with his father, M. L. Johns, and WED., THURS., FEB. 20-21 i ., ... '"

K family. DOUBLE FEATURE VJe ate f Sincete\Y' _
:Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss set'lice ;
"King Dinosaur"Bill ST
Gas .- -
Mamie Anderson of Archer spent f.\tod. ,"
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.E. Bryant and Wanda Curtis C. ;

M. Davis. PLUS \anY Elrod.Jt.} "

A Title I F.H.A. Loan Will Do The Trick. Mr. and Mrs., Floyd Boon and "The Lonesome Trail" c.

l children have moved to Starke r\atrl -

See Us For Details. Up To $2500.00 from Jackson, Term and are liv- Wayne. Morris, John Agar : :' ; to.
.
ing at 713 Laura St. Mr. Boon and Margia Dean ," : ,. .".,
; .
"f' -
will be assistant cashier :: :" 4S
of the Plus Color Cartoon c. C f\\I"\1\\1
3 Years To Pay. new Community State Bank.I r .M......... t.l' } 'fE1r1\Ol' ..
"0"
Mrs. Boon is the former Miss I .
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FRL. SAT.
FEB. 22-23
-
DOWN PAYMENT Dorothy White, daughter of Mr'and DOUBLE FEATURE ,: :. II' C. .. .

Mrs. Olen White Sr. tK .
Mr. and Mrs.: S. R.. Robertsof "BUS STOP" : .. '

Lake Butler were Sunday visi- CINEMASCOPEMaryUt .. r\J '

tors of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley ', rL A .' ;; '
Monroe ; :
Andrews. 21S *> Y ; '' ,r.
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6(ARISE Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. -' PLUS : : ,

Kincaid /fi.- ,- :. .. ..-
J. W. returned Wednesday '
t "The Last Hunt"CINEMASOOPE : : :
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of last week from Tampa .. ; ; : :. .. ,..:,, '" :

BUILDERS SUPPLIES j where they attended _the Gas .. ., > '., -. : -.t l' .. "
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Robert
Taylor and Stewart C :4\ .,, -" -.i'
coronation balLMrs.. Kin- ,: '. '
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m weeks with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Plus Serial Chap. 6 : -" _

Hoppe in Tampa and Mrs. Beas Color Cartoon For Kids : 0' ..'

: .. ley had been there for,the week- .. r -

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.9..99 yyf YYYYYYY1 and punch were served by the Slade Jr. have moved recently I Subcontractors and material suppliers satisfactory to The Bradford Coun .i public interest and to reject any

hostesses, Mrs. Frank Williams, t from Lynn, near Ocala, to Ok- may purchase drawings and ty Hospital Corporation of Starke.Florida. and all bids.Bradford.
specifications from the architectsat The Bradford' County County Hospital
Mrs. Arnold Haddock and Mrs. lawaha. the rate of 75c per sheet for Hospital Corporation reserves the Corporation
Marvin Faile. Game prizes were .:Mrs. Marklee Norman and drawings and $!.SO per set for spec- right to waive informalities In anv By lira. Louise H, Kite,
ifications, plus handling charges. i,bid and to bid Waiok Secretary
accept any
Sin. D. E. 1I1U won by Mrs. William Fowler, ii children, Mrs. J. F.. Johnson, and Bidders' qualifications must befit they consider to be in the best 2/8 4t 3/1
Bj Mrs. D. E. Hill, Mrs. Otto Hicks Mrs.' Frankie Jean Keyes and

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFew and Mrs. J. W. Home. 0 Sarge children: drove, tq Ft Myers on -

Wednesday last week to visit relatives.
Members Attend Hampton Homes, Church
"Spark Up" ,For Spring 1 Mrs. Norman and children
PTA Meeting This last streak. of balmy and Mrs. Johnson returned to Florida Products Festival
The Hampton Elementary School Does
weather seems to have caused t ; Hampton Sunday Mrs. Keyes and
afternoon,
PTA met Tuesday
an outbreak of spring fever for children plan to .remain In Ft
Feb. 5, with little business trans-
the painting and building picturein Myers until March.
and few members present
acted Hampton, with many Hampton Mr and Mrs; Carlton Chas-

Various plans to bring up at- residents giving homes a dose of a tain and Tommy were Sanford I

tendance at the meetings were spring tonic via paint brush, i7 5rrv fiw :- ItAgain visitors last Friday.

discussed and the annual county hammer, and saw. Mr. and Mrs. George WIsner I

spelling contest was announced.No Church auditorium and children left early last week
Hampton Baptist r Ad
course of action for Grand Mich where )
particular got the new look-recently, Rapids, 4)45) ,
was taken to help meeting at- with a complete repainting job. they will make final preparationsto .

tendance although each memberwas Lower walls and woodwork were leave as missionaries for Bra- .

urged to bring others to painted a warm beige, upper zil in the near future. The Winners _

the next meeting. Mrs. Ola II. walls a pale blue, and ceiling I have made Hampton and I

Perkins, school principal, an- white. Moving a door and repairof I I the Hampton Baptist Church

nounced the spelling contest for one side wall completed the -- their headquarters while doing I

the county would be at Starke work. Ben (Sarge) Suslow evidently didn't learn that the pecan trees deputations work In Florida

Elementary School cafeteria on Mr. and Mrs Albert Morris by the Post Office d n't'like to be hurried in. releasing their nuts since last fall, and their two

Friday evening, March 22. Parents hope to move next week into when he lost one of his canes In a tree about three weeks ago. This daughters, .,Edith and .Esther,
and PTA members are urged to have
new living quarters at the back week the same thing happened again. His yen for the pecans led b.attending' Hampton -..
attend. Spelling pins are to be Elementary School since that
awarded to the winners. It Is of their store. Assisted by John him to toss a cane into the tree to hurry the fail of the pecans time. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED

not yet determined, she said Parker, Mr Morris has .added and again the tree almost kept the cane. Sargo used a straight cane Visiting last weekend in Hamp-. PRICES GOOD THRU SAT.- FEB. 16th
rebuilt the former
whether or not any students from onto and this time In the hopes of avoiding the former situation, but the cane ton with the W. A. Saxons were
rooms at the back"of the store,
Hampton will enter the contest located next to the postoffice. still stayed. A passerby was able to knock it down with a stick Here, Mr. and Mrs Dan O'Grady and

_ Next PTA meeting will be on Sarge clears away the evidence of his latest efforts. The pile of nuts Howard C. Green of Jacksonville.Mr. -- ,
been making their ---- -
have
--
Tuesday afternoon, March 5, at They and Mrs. A. M. Bryant attended III IkI l r .::-.. ... .. I.J. -
home with Mr. and Mrs. John by the sidewalk Indicates that the venture wasn't a complete failure
3:15: p. m. in the school audi- Parker though. .. a 50th wedding anniver iVAC h

torium. sary celebration near Lake City
Surprise Stork Shower Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home are! PAK !lImit Ona With $5.00 or More food Order}
for Mr. and Mrs. Drew
their porch enclosed for' throughout, and Mr. and Mrs. sion, $109.83; cemetery work, Sunday
Honors Mrs. Hicks having Florida with jalousied Lynn Hall's home, has recently $68; building maintenance, $53.- Hunter Mr. Hunter Is a cousin f

Mrs. Charles Hicks was hon a room the former been repainted inside. Mr. and 40. Insurance on the city hall of Mr. Bryant. Saturday visitorsat ASTOR COFFEE LbC 79
windows enclosing
ored Thursday evening, Feb. 7, the Bryant home were their ,an
front and side porches.A. Mrs. Wallace Collins are also1! was $25.20; membership in the
with stork shower at open
a surprise son-in-law and daughter and
II
on the list with new paint jobs, League of Municipalities, $25;
Hampton city hall. C. DennIson a painter by family, the Damon Nolans of
and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May water bill for the postoffice,
Limit One With More Food Order
Following games and openingof trade, took on a "busman's holi- Gainesville. PURE WHITE ( or )
have added new porch awningsin $21; and fees, $21. Lesser ex-
gifts, refreshments of cake day" .by painting his houseYashillgtill's
James Sims of Gainesville was
preparation for Florida's sum- penses included, those for labor 3
-- mer sunshine.. for lawn mowing, mower repairs, guest speaker for the evening SNOWDRIFT LbCan 69c I

Clothes Collection road and bridge tax, a bond for I service at Hampton Baptist
Church Sunday night -Mr. and
Pick-Up SaturdayLast C. R. Cox as part-time deputy;
and labor for Mrs. Sims and children were Sun-
cleaning premises
pickup day for any clothesto
Birthday be donated to.the community to prevent fire hazards. day dinner guests of the G. C. AMAZING ALL PURPOSE DETERGENT

clothes drive will be Saturday, Present at the meeting were Cox family In Hampton.

_. r Feb. 16. The drive. is Mayor G. P. Wadsworth Beginning secondsemester -
sponsored ; city ARROW 4.ge
.. ,.... .. classes last week at the White GI Pkg
... by Hampton Baptist WMU, and marshal C, R. Cox, W. H. Max- University of Florida Miss \
',. clothes donated will be given to I well; W. H. Griffin, chairman of were.
Barbara Matchett Mat-
needy families in this area. the council, and councilmen D. Wayne
H. Crawford, A. C. Dennisonand chett and Jay Alderman, after a
A Financial Report FROM BELLEVIEWI FLORIDA TROPICALTOMATOES
two-week vacation between
customary on se-
1 Presented To Council D. E. Hill.
mesters spent here with their
Financial report for the city Personals parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall lOc
of Hampton for the fiscal year Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cox and No 303 Can
February 22nd this Bank Matchett, and Mr. and Mrs. T.
ending Sept 30, 1956, was the daughter, Shannon, spent last J. Alderman.
main business transacted at last weekend in Bradenton with Mr.
Mrs. Cheta Douglas of High
week's city council meeting at and Mrs. Donald MacMahone and
will be closed in honor Springs spent the weekend with DEEP-SOUTH SWEET MIX PILLSBURY MIX FOR PIE
Hampton city hall
r Tuesday eve- son.Mrs. Mrs. Jesse Chastain. Mr. and '
lI t ning. J. E. Toles of Rome, Ga. Mrs. Shep Mikell of Tampa visit- PICKLES 22-OZJAR. 25c CRUST 28-()Z PKGS 27 Jc

Receipts for the last fiscal and Linda Faile, who has been ed Mrs.' Chastain last Wednes- .
of the birthday of this : year were nearly $180 over the staying with her grandparentsin day., _

t 1 y t previous year, with, $2108.68 for Rome for several weeks, ar-

1956, compared to $1929.37 for rived last Friday' in Hampton.Mrs. .
Nation's First President 1955. Disbursements were near- Toles expected to visit for Presbyterian i Church

a ,,_ ly $100 less with $1944.21 in about a week with Marvin Failes .
1956 and $2040.50 in 1955 'Bal- before returning home. 8 p.Friday m.Sunday. Adult Choir practice, SUNNYLAND TENDER SMOKEDFULL

: "Father of rand ance on hand at the close.of the Earl Matchett of Gainesvilleis
School, 9:45 a. m. HALF OR WHOLEHams
fiscal year Sept 30, 1956 two weeks
was spending here with
A
Morning Worship,,11 a. m. Youth
$960.39. I relatives and friends. While here,
Fellowship, 6 p. m. Evening Wor-
Per usual, the bulk of city income he is staying at the! home of "
Our Country" ship, "The Four Soils, 7:30 p. m.
came from cigarette taxes Mrs.2- H. Saxon.
Wednesday Prayer Meeting,
$1103.28; with $346.29 from Mrs! Mamie Meade has been 7:30 p. m.Thursday.

road and bridge tax; $260.61 visiting in Orlando, where she I Junior Choir

; } from city taxes; $180 from attended the wedding on Satur
t ; practice, 3:30 p. m.
rents; $72 from licenses; $45 day last week of her grand-

from fines and forfeitures; $35 daughter, Gladys Hicks,'daughter !. the County Judjce'i Court Brad-'

from sale of the power lawn of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hicks,of Estate ford of County, State of Florida. 8-12 LBS AVG WT .,

mower, and $30 from sale of the that city. Mark B. Herlong Deceased.

old postoffice building. Lesser Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Wolford of The Interested State of In Florida.the Estate To All of Persons aald

amounts came from rental of West Virginia expected to.move Deredentl IIAOC

FLORIDA BANK at STARKE the power mower and donations. this weekend into the Claude written Your are instrument hereby purporting notified that to be a .: ,

& Operating expenses, at $529.95, May house near the east end of the Last 'Will and Testament of

led the list of expenditures, with town recently vacated, by the said probate decedent in said has Court.been admittedto LB .

Member Florida National Group street lighting next at $323.95. Cecil Moores. You are hereby commanded withIn -
4Irtia1 Maintenance of streets cost $288.- Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade Jr., six calendar months from the
date of the first publication of .
47 for the year, and sanitation and daughter spent last weekend this notice to appear in said Court, SUNNYLAND SLICED BOSTON BUTT i

$239.75. The new power mower here with his parents,, Mr. and and show cause, if any you can.
why the action of said
Court in
I cost the city $170.56; commis- Mrs. V. J. Slade. Mr. and Mrs. should admitting not: said stand Will unrevoked.to probate Boiled Ham 6-0 Pkg 59c Pork Roast Lb 39c

Theron A. Yawn, County Judge.

DELIVERS (OFFICIAL Pradford SEAL County) Florida. EAT-RITE CONTROLLED QUALITY BEEF

$10.00 First Publication on February,
r HOTPOINT SPECIAL 1957.
%/8 4t. 3/1
... CHUCK ROAST 39cEATRITE
In the Court of the County Judge Lb
Bradford 'County Florida,
JUST PUSH THIS BUTTON- 12 Cu. Ft. 2 .Door"to ;) .In re la: Probate.Estate of

j Mark B. Herlong Deceased.To ROUND BONE EAT-RITE STANDING
AH Creditor and Persona

REFRIGERATOR a i Ton Having and each Claim Said of or you Estate DemandsAicalnst are hereby Sh'lder Roast Lb 49C Rib Roast Lb 59''

notified and required to present .
any claims and demands which you EAT-RITE FRESH EAT-RITE SHORT .
or either of you have
may against

County the estate, late Judge of.of Mark of said Bradford B.County Herlong,County.to deceased the- Grnd. Beef 3 Lb Pk9 'I00 Beef Ribs Lb 29c

Florida, at his office In the court ..
house of said County at Starke,
EAT-RITE TENDER DELICIOUSSTEAK
Florida, within eight calendar .
months from the time of the first TOP ROUND
publication of this notice. Each

AND l GET A NEW KIND I OF 4 SAX{ claim and shall.or and demand state post shall the office place be address in writing of residence of-, UTg /C OR 79c

---- the claimant, and shall be sworn I FUJILLS = T-BONE
hI r : T to by the claimant his agent his s- STEAK
attorney, and any such claim or
AUTOMATIC t demand not so filed shall be void.
Ia H. H. Adams, )
r_ As executor of the Last
? : .. Will and Testament of
kM
Mark B. Herlong. Deceased
First Publication on February 8,
WONDERINSENO UST.'i FANCY FLORIDA
4t 3/1


OTHER WASHER CAN MATCH! e Sealed CALL bids -will FOR be BIDS received by CELERY 2 Stalks25C

The Bradford County Hospital Cor-
poration of Starke, Florida, at the
office of The Corporation at the
'--" Hospital in Starke, Florida, up to 7 .
o'clock P.M.. E.S.T.. Wednesday.
March 6, 1957, at which time and SWEET JUICY FLORIDAORANGES
place all bids received will be pub-
licly opened and read aloud for
furnishing: all materials and labor
and constructing following
4957 ALTERATIONS TO BRADFORD 5LbBa9 Bag29c.
COUNTY HOSPITAL '
STARKE. FLORIDA :
Any bid received after the specified
x
,time and date will not be
WONDERINSE WASHER considered. !
., automatically conditions: water Each bid must be accompaniedby
softens fabrics RINSES NEW- a certified check cashier's 6
I
check or bid bond in the
amountof
NESS BACK INTO CLOTHES!
five per cent of the base bid as DIXIANA FROZEN
axe Whites come whiter,colors are more guarantee that the bidder, if
colorful: No automatic washer ever awarded the. contract will;' within (
H* '.' made can match it All porcelain ten consecutive calendar days! STRAWBERRIES 3 9ge :
Reg. 539.95
Pkgs.
t Inside and out pushbutton selection With 9Mb Freezer after written notice being given of
; of 3 wash-water temperatures such award, enter Into a written I .
and 2 rinse temperatures... contract with The Bradford County -
normal and del Automatic Defroster 95 Hospital Corporation of Starke, ACE HIGH FROZEN
icate cycle Florida, In accordance with the accepted -
and automatic 12 Cubic Feet h surety bond bid and satisfactory give a to contract said ,
Suds-Stortoo! owner In an amount equal"to one ORANGESuperbrand JUICE 8 Cans 9ge

1 Year Free ServiceGuaranteed hundred per cent of the- contract
price.
Delivers Per Week No bidder may withdraw his bid
$10.00 2.50 for a period of thirty days after
Trade the date set for tho opening thereof. Mb 21e.
Margarine' Qli is
All Porcelain Inside And Outside All work shall be done in accord-
ance with plans, specifications and
contract documents relative thereto -
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Architects .Gainesville Florida.
Plans specifications and contract
documents may be examined at
ELECTRIC the office of the Bradford County
WINKL SERVICE Hospital Corporation. Starke Florida -
or at the office of ,Coin and r
Moore Architect. Gainesville Flor-

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complishments in project work. .. and that at 19:00 a.ra.'on February Ton are hereby notified that a tag, Jacksonville 2, Fonda knee each week for fear eoaieevtlv
the to 20, 195T I will apply to the Honor- suit for divorce and custody of and (lie the original tn the office wjteks In the BRADFORD COONTT
Patricia Pellum was one '
THE BIGHT FOm'r-for theway able Theron X' Yawn, County minor child 'of the Clerk of the Circuit Court en fJCLEGRANL
Home Demonstration receive this honor from Brad- write. Come>s and select Judge of Bradford County, Florida bas been filed against yon IB the or before the Dated this JJth day of January,
: She has been a you for approval of said final returns .bore.named Court and cause and 4th day of March. 1JST; Ills?.
ford County your favorite ESIDUSBOOK and for' an order of distribution you an required to serve a copy of otherwise the allegations of tall (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charlie A.: Darby
Notes member ,for five years and has Fountain Pea. TELEGRAPH and for final discharge as executorof your answer' or pleading to the; Complaint ,,11111. taken u eonfeud Clerk of the Circuit Court
the will of Loulse.Bohn, a/k/a emplalnt on the Plaintiff Attorney by you.This By Karin L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
completed numerous projects. Louise Bohn King, deceased.W. Alfred C. Scott 301 Smith Euild- notice shall be published 2/1 4t' J/H
by'DOROTHY Others attending were Judy H. Maxwell Executor
fa tie ClrcmJt Cemrt of tae KlcktkJBdleUl V25 4t 2/15
] 4 ROSS Kelley and Virginia Parrisb, Clremlt .f Florida IB and .
Demonstration Agent Brooker; Helen Pick, Hampton; For Bradford CeBarriI NOTICB TO ATPEABla .
. v'v Home Elizabeth Prevatt from Ckaaeery Clremtt Girt >Braifw Ce ary' ,
and Case No. 10-2004 Florida IB CkaBectr.Junla .
Starke. They were accompaniedby tussle Durden, a widow Plaintiff A. Jordan Paintiff vs. Rosa tD '
Open House at Phelps a few minutes and serve. vs. George W. ,Cole, et a). Defendant Mai Jordan, Defendant! 'A' : "
:Florida Products FestivalThe the agent. Case No.,:10-2017 6B ,
Open House at Phelps has be This year for the first time I. NOTICE TO DEFEND Notle Te Appears hlS f Ie .
come an annual event and oh, week of Feb. 14-23, has Bradford had hostess IB die name of die State of Floridai To: Rosa Mal Jordan- whose rest. .
been by Governor Le- County a To George W. Cole, William T. dence and address is: 209 Father'
proclaimed
such a ,,lovely affair. i team, Elizabeth Prevatt and Dryden,'A. C. Martin Isaac Dowl- land Street Nashville, Tennessee.
HcCall's panel of Teenage Roy Collins as Florida Product: Ing, James E. Harrison, J. G. Alvarez You are hereby notified that a
Jacksonvillehigh Festival Week. The 10-day event I Judy Kelley, who were on dutyat ,, if alive, and if any of the suit for divorce and ratificationof the Service is Fine !
Stylists (girls from
the State 4-H Exhibit duringthe above named persons be dead then agreement
schools) modeled garments is a cooperative effort to pro- to his unknown heirs, devisees, has been filed against you in the _
day. They told people about: above named Court and and
mote recognition and use of legatees, grantees creditors or other cause
they made from the new spring 4-H club work, answered ques- persons claiming any interest in the you are required to serve a copy of
fabrics using McCalls patterns.The Florida products. This Festivalis hereinafter described property, by, your answer or pleading to the com
annual tions and handed out leaflets through under or against each plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
girls were introduced by being planned as an about 4-H to interested people. such deceased; and to the unknown A. J. Thomas,, Jr., 203 Temple
Norwood Phelps and the McCalls event. heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees, Avenue, Starke, Florda
The exhibit contained pictures and file the original in the office of .
creditors other
or claimingany
'it is said that today, at least persons \ '''' .
Pattern Company Stylist. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ::4ws:'' '
a
of 4-H'ers and their projects and Interest to the hereinafter des- I l ; "; htk1.1'it rdii+ :' Qh.ffi :
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60 cent of the retail sales cribed or before the < < ,. ,
Arthur Wingate from the 'Du per property by through underor \n:, ;< :;: <: <
activities. The were pleas- 4th day of March 1957 :'
girls *
against John H. Darby, deceased, ; :':> :' \t\
Pont Company showed a film and dollar spent is leaving the state. antly surprised to see MarilynCox Fannie G. Gaskins, deceased, F. G. otherwise the allegations of said 'W\\' '
Complaint will be taken
confessed
spoke on the characteristics of The Florida Products Festivalis Gaskins, deceased. Sallie J. Darby, by aa ,,
member from this countyin you.
a : .
John Gaskins
.deceased D. deceased;
designed to reduce this percentage. This notice shall be published
man-made fibers ace-
rayon one of the pictures. and to all persons having or claim- once each week for four consecutive t Rt
tate, nylon, orlon, and dacron. ing any interest in the following weeks In the Bradford County Tele .t1\t\: & )
'lands situate in Bradford County, ': '1:;:; "'t\ \\
Refreshments were served from Products which are grown and graph.
Florida to-wit:
yyyyyyyyyyyyvyyyyyytyyyyNORTH Dated this 29th day of January, 'ilI
the attractively appointed tea manufactured in our: county in- Lots 5 and 7 of Block 19 of the 1957. i@w.
tables. clude fruits, vegetables, grains, original Town of Starke Brad- OFFICIALSEAL) Charles A. Darby *"
SIDEBy ford County Florida as per plat Clerk of the Circuit Court J.
Those attending were: :Mrs. meat (including poultry and thereof entitled "Map Showing By Marian I* Crosby, Deputy'Clerk
Boundary of Starke" recorded in
E. J. Whelan and Mrs. Effie eggs), dairy foods, work clothes, Deed Book N at Page 759 of the 2/1 4t 2/22

Miner, Lawtey; Mrs. Rosa ,Pin- I furniture, ilemenite, ornamental Airs. Carl BrownAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAA.A.A.AA1.AAAA public, Florida records; of Bradford County NOTICE TO
APPEAB
holster, Brooker; Mrs. Tullie nursery stock, plastic products, GREETINGS; You are hereby notified IB Ciremlt Curt Bradford CecBty Tjj
Norman, Mrs. J. R. Kelly, Mrs. E. lumber, navel stores, and tung : that a suit In eluity has FlorUat! la Ckaaees '
I .
been brought' against poll sad ;rty ;? Inning, Tia'intill vs, ;'
Rosa Moore JUiss JUa/atyn Cox, I I D 1.n.ud- Utettkewa ban been I sash t>l :you: as btfenftaniy )n tb$ k'h 1mm\ng, DdeD6aDt..
I* Cox, Miss Edith Moore, Miss I Lei's buy m wwJss 'tm fat' in bed two weeks with chicken above entitled Court and causeby Rouse 'J'. Appear Cue No.. 10-2020 ;! '
'Cassia Durden,
plaintiff that the
and Miss Linda Cox from Heil- I I the growth and prosperity of I pox. Glad she is getting ,,along .relief sought in said suit; is to To: Alyceann Imming, whose resi-
bronn; Mrs. L. L. Wainwright, our county and state and its individuals -I fine I quiet and confirm plaintiffs titleto dence is Lake Parsippany. New
now. the above described lands as an Jersey and whose address is P. O.
Mrs. G. L. House, Mrs. Robert : G. L Sapp was on vacation last Indefeasible fee simple title thereto Box 561, Lake Parsippany New

Turner, Mrs. Robert Allwood, : Variety of Vegetables week. During the week he and against the claims of you and Jersey.
each of you; and you are summonsed -
Mrs. L. E. Dugger and Mrs. H. :I The variety of vegetable the Mrs. Sapp visited a sister in ordered and required to u
J. Kucera from the State Farm home., gardener selects often decides Jacksonville. On Thursday they file your written answer or defenses -
to the In said
and the agent. the success of the crop. i spent the day with Mrs. L. S. cause In the office complaint of the undersigned FRIGIDAIRETHE 51

4-II Girls Work Some of the better varieties. Tanner of Lawtey. Friday they Clerk of said Court at l !
Starke. Florida on or before the
The girls are busy filling out of some of the most popular: spent with their mother, Mrs. 5th day of February A.D. 1957, ando <
record books in an effort to bring vegetables are Seminole snap Susan Sapp of Gainesville.. Also serve a copy thereof on HollisV. BESTKNOWNNAME a \
I Knight, plaintiffs attorney,
them up to date for the forth- bean; Florigreen pole beans; Rio during the week they were supper whose address is Starke. Florida, IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION

coming foods exhibit. Gold, Smith's Perfect and Georgia guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul on or before said date, as requiredby
the Laws of Florida and Rulesof
Some of the clubs will have 47 cantaloupes; Palomar, Ashley, Bennett.Mr. Court If you fall to so do,' a RANGES Having your ear brushed out Is one of those extra gestures of
their exhibit this month and Stono, and Santee cucumbers, decree pro confesso will be entered -
hospitality that explain why "the
and Mrs. Reese scott wentto against you for the relief WATER HEATERS people say service Is fine" at
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some In March. For the exhibit Manalucie tomatoes; and Charleston Jacksonville to take her .demanded in the complaint. This AIR CONDITIONERS Phillips 66 Stations.You'D .
will display their record Gray Watermelon. Blackstoneis I notice shall be published once a
they mother, Mrs. Cora Bell Jones, home week for four consecutive weeks WASHERS & DRYERS like the conscientious way your Phillips 66 Dealer cleans I
book and story of their foods another new watermelon vari- from the hospital. Mrs. Scott will n the Bradford County Telegraph. your windows aU around You'll like his dean/ rest rooms. You'll
and small of a excellent for Florida. WITNESS my hand and the seal g .
work a portion ety
remain with her mother in Fer- of said Court at Starke, Floridahis appreciate, the way he checks your tires;battery and radiator. ToPhillips
food they have prepared. The exhibit All these varieties have stood nandina Beach for two weeks. 21st day of January A.D. 1957.' Get The Best For Less 66 Dealers, "Hospitafir/ the Highway" means more
will mark the completionof the test at the Florida Agricultural (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) than
selling gasoline and motor oil It
Blaine Thompson 'spent the Charles- Darby. .AtSth'sGe just means pleasing you.
the foods project and they Experiment Stations as
Drive in soon at station where the
Jacksonville. Sunday any you see orange and blackPhillips
in
weekend Clerk of said Circuit Court
wilt be ready to start the cloth- well as in commercial and back- 66 Shield. -
1/25 It 2/15 )
afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Ivey
ing project or whatever they yard gardens. In most cases .

have signed up for. they are the kinds that put up Thompson went to Jacksonvilleand fa tke Coart of die County Judge, PHILuPS PETROLEUM COMPANY
attended the Beaver Street Bra.'. CeBBty, Florida. -
disease
Goulash ,
the best fight against IB Probate.

This will whet your appetite as well as bearing prolifically. Baptist Church. They Blaine.Carolyn were. accompanied In Re: Estate of Louise Bohn. Sales and Service Step at Phillips 66 Stations for HOSPITALITY ON. THE HIGHWAY
home
especially in cool weather. We Gardeners treat their seed to by a/k/a Louise Bohn King, deceased. We Service AH Hakes. of -
Brown celebrated her Notlee et Filing PetltioB For -
are happy to have this contribution i further reduce disease. Cloranil Flail Dlekarge of Executor Electrical
from Suzanne Judd, Starke 48 per cent is a good generals 5th birthday anniversary last sun- Notice Is hereby given that I 606 N. Appliance PHILLIPS 66 PRODUCTS ARE DISTRIBUTED IN STARKE
day. Ossie Norman also celebratedhis have filed final returns Temple Are.
treatment. Thiram 50 my as executor -
5th grader In her first year of per birthday last week. of the estate of Louise Bohn! PHONE 120 AND VICINITY BY' JEROME JOHNS OIL COMPANY
4-H. She is the daughter of Mr. cent and Semesan 30 per cent are a/k/a/ Louise Bohn King, deceased;
and Mrs. Millard Judd. 1 onion, others used for specific crops. Baptismal services were held that I have filed my petition for
distribution and for final discharge,
1 lb. stew meat ground, 1 can The seed or feed store can pro- Sunday afternoon and we sin-

of tomato' paste, 1 can of toma- vide these. cerely thank Bayless, Hiway

toes, and 2 packages of macronl 4-H Club Day at State Fair Church for the use of their baptis- -

First you put a little cooking ail Saturday the fair grounds at try.Revival .

in a fairly big pot. Chop up an. Tampa were swarming with 4-H services will be held at r

onion into little pices. After the girls and boys from alT parts of Heilbronn Baptist Church Feb. 24

onion is brown put in the stew the state. through March 3, each night at the

meat. Then when it browns good: During the morning program in 7:30, with Rev. G. E. Cutshaw Only Mercury Monterey

put the tomato paste in. Then I the grandstand, medals were presented bringing;the mesage. March 3 will

put the can of tomatoes in. Boil to 4-H'ers on the judgingof be homecoming day. Everyone is

the macroni in another pot. When animals and an outstanding invited to attend these meetings.Mr. .

it's done, add in to the meat and club girl and boy were recognizedfrom and Mrs. H. B. Bennett, .

tomato mixture. Let simmer for each county' for their ac- and Mr. and Mrs. Ellery'Sapp, all 4-door: sedan offers all these -

of Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. .
H. T. Bennett of Lawtey were

YThat's Our Business dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. G.

L. Sapp last Saturday.Mr. *
IEIt'sGlass We Hare It!
and Mrs. Dee Sheldon .of
CALL WRITE or VISIT Camden. Mich. spent last weekend .. -

Joe Peters Glass Co. with. and the Mrs.Oscar Howard Carters.Mr. Norman. features at such a low price :


and mother visited Miss Debbie ,0

FOR ANY GLASS NEED Phillips in Manville Thursday

We Design Modern Store Fronts night of last week. .
The John Aguiars of Jacksonville rS
Just Mall Us A Pattern for

Table Tops spent here.the weekend with rela- Style_The glamorous Monterey 4-door has two ngill6S_Most powerful engine for the money *r;;
tives
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 24353 Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter and distinct advantages for sedan enthusiasts: it has _as standard equipment highest standard compression !f ;'

Mrs. Richard: Carter visited the the clean, crisp hardtop look, plus conventional ratio for the money .- Thermo-Matic _:

Thursday John Aguiars night of in last Jacksonville week. .- sedan rigidity. Bright metal moldings frame the four-barrel carburetor as standard equipment. i it :

Mrs. Nellie Osteen and sister,, windows and conceal the,thin, strong center posts.threeway. transmission choice.Features ,
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Minnie, of Tampa are visiting i

their sister, Mrs. Lula Norman, iZe-Lowest, widest car in its field most

HUNDREDSof for a while. _Full-Cushion Shock Absorbers .
its field easier ,
spacious interiors in rear seat

entrance giant trunk capacity ((34 cu.,ft.) and swept-back ball joint front suspension reinforced .
details are managed and economically i box-section frame hood l'
front-hinged .
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attended that only a trained and V. widest trunk opening in its field. i

careful organization can attend when triple-braced roof panel. glass fiber roof panel ;

7' the urgent need for serving is at VISibIlityFull rear-seat vision. largest insulation rear windows go all the way down_. J-Jfr ta

hand. back window, up to 50% more glass area. not just half way as in some competitive cars. i:

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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD pOUNTT TELEGRAPH STA...., FLORIDA ,
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1!, 117te
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to his cattle by saving them the met Wednesday afternoon at Parrish Sunday afternoon. Clerk of Circuit Court you are require to serve a copy *
Marlin L.
By Crosby Deputy Clerk
the complaint
long walk to the house for wa- 2:15 with Mrs. F. M. Perry, president Miss. Gloria .Higginbotham- of Bradford Couaty 2/8, Florida
r. of the Duval County PTA Jacksonville visited with her any Box 943. Starke, Florida
( NOTICE TO APPEAR J. Donald Gibson, 100 Smith NOTICE TO APPEAR and file the tin office
Council, as guest speaker.. mother, Mrs. Gazelle Sweat and Building Circuit of
In Clrenlt Cenrt Biadfer Ceuty.FUrMai the Clerk of
U Cfreaft Cart Bnttei* Cew.r Jacksonville 2, Florida the Court on er
Lear Green used the District's Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis at- family Saturday.Mr. rI....... !. Chancery- and file the original In the office of IB Chancery. before the 25 day of Feb. 1957
seeder cultipacker to plant Pen- tended the funeral services in Richard F. Tucker Plaintiff, vs. the Clerk of'the Circuit Court on Richard D. Chandler, Plaintiff, vs.Inei otherwise the allegation of uU
and Mrs. Guy Frigo of Georgia A. Tucker, DefendantCase or before the 25th day of February, Chandler. Defendant. Complaint will be taken a* confessed -
sacola Bahia pasture. Lex says Adel Ga. recently for Mrs. Grif- Jacksonville visited Sunday with No. 10-2002. 1957; otherwise the allegations of Case No. 10-!008 fey you. -
E..S1BITIii
Notice t. AppearTo said Complaint will be taken Case No. 10-2908 Thi notice shall be published
but I will have McConnelL aa one
"its mighty dry fis' aunt Mrs. J. C.
Mr. and Mrs. :Pete Griffis and : Georgia A. Tucker, whose confessed by yon. Netlee T. AppearTo each week for font Consecutive
Soil Conservation the seed in the ground ready to She was 65 years old and was family.Mr. residence Is Tifton, Georgia, and ,This. notice shall be published : Inca Chandler whose resi- weeks In the Bradford Cov ty Tele
when it rains." whose address Is: Post Office Box once each week for four consecu- dence and address Is: Unknown. graph.
of heart
come up a victim dropsy. and Mrs. Franklin Higgin- 219. Tifton, Georgia. tive weeks In the Bradford County You are hereby notified that a Dated this 22 day of January
N-E-W-S Mrs. Sally Barber has a baby botham and You are hereby notified that a Telegraph. suit for divorce 1957.
The other day I came up on girl, born in Jacksonville hos- family of Jacksonville ait for Divorce Dated this 18th- day of January, baa been filed against yen li the (Official-Seal Charles A. Darby
By BIO Haas visited Saturday with Mr. bas been filed against you In the 1957. above named Court and cause and Clerk of the Circuit
Soil Conservation Service Johnny Douglas at Zedra Hamil pital on Feb. 4. and Mrs. Doss and above named Court and cam and .(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby and you are required to serve a By Marian I* Crosby Deputy Court Clark

ton's seed drying plant. He was Mrs. J. C. Nolan and daughter, Mrs. H. R. Higginbotham Clerk of the Circuit Court copy of your answer or pleading to I 1/25 4t.%/11
and
Kilgore family.
sacks of
I. sitting'astride some and Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson visit-
C. S. Haddock made a requestfor Giant Striata Crotalaria seed. Mrs. J. C. Nolan and children
ed Mrs. Wilkinson recently in .the
a soil conservation survey. We discussed this coming plant- and Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson droveto
hospitaLM
His land lines have been locatedon and the talk got Lake City Lake City last Thursday and

aerial photographs and a request ing around season to cover crops, which is M- Raymond Kilgore AFB has were accompanied home by Mr. H ; !!iJw-
returned to duty at Tyndall
made to the soil scientist, one of my favorite subjects. two weeks i Wilkinson who was discharged
after
of the Soil Conservation Service, Johnny patted the sack of crotalaria in Panama City a !I from the hospital. We are all

to make a soil and land capabilitymap. he was sitting on and furlough at his home here. glad to have Mr. Wilkinson back
of
After these soil and land said 'This is some of the best Approximately 100 members home.
,
Klux Klan, garbed in
the Ku
capability maps are received, a stuff you can plant. It's not onlya masks at- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilkinsonand
: their white robes and ,
soil and water conservation -
complete builder but the stock
good land Maxville son of Jacksonville spent
tended services at the
farm plan will be developed like it too." Jimmy Hamilton, Feb. 3. Rev. last weekend with Mr. Wllkinson's a
with Mr. Haddock for his Baptist Church on
who was leaning against the Wm. Mills, a member of theKlan. parents, Mr. and Mrs.Drew ,
farm. remarked between chews of
door, Wilkinson
delivered the evening mes-
tobacco, "You're mighty right. We are sorry to learn .that
James W. Norris Agricultural lines of cover 1
the sage.Miss
More along
Evelyn Coleman recently little Diane Griffis, daughter of
Engineer for Soil Conservation crops, Felix Sapp, Rufus Alvarez I
visited her brother-in-law and Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Griffis fell
Service, whose office is in Ocala, Jeff Davis, Mae Watterson, and ,
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy and hurt her
was in Bradford County looking Mildred Sapp-were discussing the in Jacksonville and: eye.Monday and
;Browning,
over some of the engineeringpractices. A. C. P. program for this year,, celebrated her birthday while had to be rushed to a doctor.

He visited the farmsof when Felix told us that Giant

Foster Shi Smith, observingthe Striata Crotalaria is the best there.
Mr. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Giddensof
of ditches
system cover crop he has ever planted. IB Tile Circuit Court el Florida.
has to control water on his pas He continued, "I have very little, Avon Park were recent guests Eighth Judicial Circuit, In ."
ture land. The stock watering land and I of their- brother-in-law and sister Far Bradford County.
trouble turning my I !. Chaaeery. j
pond of J. V. Edwards' Jr. of each year I'm building up more I Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis, .Albert Sappenfield )
Brooker was also visited. The and their mother, Mrs. Belle Gid 'and Ruby Sappen-)
top soil. field his wife, )
water in this pond is almost at Plaintiffs )

normal level. J. V. stated that ....................._... dens.We are glad that Uncle Pete Simon J.vs.Temple )) Quiet I Title,Et C-

his pond has been a great help Griffis is improving and is able et al., Defendants)

MAXVILLEBy to sit up in his wheel chair. Order of Publication and
N Mrs. Edna Manning andson, Notice To Appear .
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
and Mrs. Mary Griffis of Mann- Simon J. Temple It alive, and if
COLONIALFLORIST Sirs. C. B. Nolan town were recent guests of Mr. dead legatees.his unknown heirs, devisees, ,
grantees assignees, credi-
&& & & and Mrs. Dan Hargroves. tors and all of the parties claIm-
Held For Assault ing by, through under or against
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pellum announce him; Thomas T. Long and Myrwin G
Lee Turner, 48 local Jackson Long, his wife,
Ronald Addie ; whose resi- Love 4ffQi1'
the arrival of a son, Jngest
dence the :
and address is Starke, Florida in
was chapter
well known colored woman, the
Ray, on Feb. 4 in St. Vin- : Margaret Long Carroll and A no r b iles began
Jacksonville.Mrs. arrested here Saturday night for Bryant S. Carroll her husband, since autoi7lo
cetnt's Hospital, i whose residence and address is 1474
PHONE 218FLOWERS Coleman will be rememberedas assault with intent to murder Belvedere, Jacksonville, Florida; C. 180,000,
Lillian Elly, 25, another colored A. Long, whose residence and ad OVER
Coleman
the former Minnie Lee
of Maxville.Mr. women. The brawl took placein H.dress Long is, whose Starke;residence Florida; and Richard address WERE BOUGHT IN 1956

(i) and Mrs. Rudy Higgin- front of the Turner home. The is Clewiston, Florida; William 10 IE CHEVROLET CARS
had earlier threatened N. Long and Louise Hicks THE 11THGHT
botham have moved from the Elly woman Long his wife, whose residenceand AMY OTHER C pR .
Addie with knife and when address is 9 M
a N.W. 24th Street. THATCHr4ROlET'S
Taeckle apartment to their new YEAR
she returned later with the knife Gainesville. Florida; Richard R. CAR PRODUCTION l!
home in Maxville. Thede and Richard R. Thede, Jr.,
Addie Lee struck her a blow with a minor, both of whose residenceand IN SALES
For All Occasions Ronnie Mosley, son of Mr. and the The Elly woman is in address is 737 N.W. 24th Ave., Elli BEEM RRST I
axe.
Mrs. Earl Gainesvile, Florida
Mosley, was operatedon ; Julian L. Peek
DISH GARDENS recently at the Orange Park serious condition at the Duval Jr., and Mary Peek, his wife, whose ..
5000
residence
and address is 220 Con- OVER
and seems to be Medical Center. way Rd., Decatur, tIS'THAI pT
Hospital gat- Georgia; Isbel {Op0N1 III
POTTED PLANTS ting along fine. Home Demonstration Club Peek husband Hitch, whose and residence J. H. Ritch.and address her -I' MORE CHEVROLET once wEi 11K1I IN TsnCK iJ ALU salCE flat '

POTTERY At the close of the Civic Club The Maxville Home Demonstra- Is Starke, Florida; Myra Peek, OTHU TIUCK-CHEVIOLET l'fe Ul -I
meeting on Feb. 1, Mrs. Buford I tion Club will meet Tuesday, whose residence and address i *a115 Tt&islr tiaf30 71 leas 'P
Starke. Florida; S. L. Peek Official an .
Jr.
i .
Flowers Wired Higginbotham and Mrs. C. B.{J'ebr 19, at 10 a. m. at the Max and Margaret H. Peek, his wife,
ville' Civic Club. The demonstration whose residence and address' is
Nolan honored Mrs. Leslie Sweat

Anywhere with a surprise pound party in will be on lamp shade making and Starke Roy, Florida M. ;Ward Frances, her Peek husband Ward, ; : I

honor of her birthday anniversary. and the public is invited to whose Tularosa residence Avenue,and Lake address City, is Florida 540 ;

Nona St. Stark About 40 guests enjoyed this attend. After lunch a class in ; Leonard D. Peek, also known

occasion. dress-making be conducted as address Darby' is Peek 208, whose E. Hillsboro residence Lake and Only l fnmdiited Chevrolet dealers display this famous trademark
and all of the ladies are urgedto
The PTA of the Maxville Scnool City, Florida; Louise Peek Sayles,
bring patterns and materialsto whose residence and address is 311
N.W. 3rd St.,
Miami Florida; Ilva
this meeting.
Peek and Wilson Carlyle Peek, both
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Brown of of whose address is 5203 KJmbark

See BILLY JACKSONFOR Daytona Beach, their two grandchildren Avenue.Perryman Chicago.and E.Illinois K. Ferryman; Lois Peek her RATLIFF CHEVROLET COMPANYWest

and Mrs. Ella Padgettof husband, whose residence and address -
is
Clay Hill visited Sunday e Y0- lin, also known Starke as Florida J. H.;Toplin-and John Top-

ing with Mrs. Brown's sister, Leila Toplin, his wife, whose reel ca st. Star ke, Florida t Phone 111

TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT, DISKING Mrs. Hattie Nolan. dence; James and I address Williams is If Starke. Florida

Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis and if dead his unknown heirs alive, ,devi and

: And All Type Tractor Work daughter, and Mrs. Belle Giddens I sees.creditors, legatees and, grantees all other assignee

enjoyed a motor trip through I(claiming by, through, under parties(or
against
PHONE 169 parts of Jacksonville and a tour [Beatrice him; John a roman and
roman his
wife
Gustafson's Dairy in Green I]residence and address is whose ,
2660
W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER Cove Springs Sunday afternoon.Mr. George rest Blvd.Inman. Jacksonville and Fannie, Florida For; This Weekend
his L. Inman, "
and Mrs. Owen Anders of wife, whose residence :
and address
l Lawtey visited Mr. and Mrs. Dan villa, is 9770 Banks Rd., Jackson
Florida;; Frank Inman .
Lenor and -
Inman, his wife,
whose

-- da Rd.,Inman Baltimore and Cram address, Maryland and is 2511 Milton; and Allendale Von residence for the First Time. -

t her husband whose residence Cram and, .
address is .
OPERATION 1312 Stratford
Camp Margaret Hill, Pa.; Alfred Gurey Road and w ,. I.,... .f'f',1;.
Gurey, his wife 7
and if dead if alive, .
the
rnn@JYrnf@m\ devisees, legatees, grantees unknown, seal heirs g-, 1' '
nees,
creditors, and all other i

ties against.claiming such by defendants, through, under par or SUNDAY EDITION

dead G. W. Lewis as are
and
Bessie
Lewis, if alive, and If dead, the
unknown heirs
devisees, legatees,
grantees assignees, creditors .

l 1l all through other, under parties claiming and by, .
or against
IN tendants such de Jacksonville Journal
as are dead:

WIAVING AND TO ALL OR OTHER CLAIMING PERSONS

I RIGHT TITLE LIEN OR l'N'I'EREST ANT -
IN OR TO THE ...-A-'
FOLLOWING '
'1 FOR BUkPJIJJI4I1ING LANDS: situate and lying in Bradford r ..-
A County, Florida, to-wit:
parcel of land
lying in
the South .
_ halt of
the
Southeast
(SEW) of Quarter .
( Section 16,
Township six
(6) South.
Range
East. Twenty-two (ZZ) YOU
Bradford
County,
6.15 acres and Florida being,more containing Bringing e
'
7 particularly described
-t&! as follows:
Commence
at. the Northwest
of the East corner
half
Southwest, Quarter

(SWVJ of said Southeast
(SE%) Quarter
and run thence South 0 ENLARGEDNEWSFEATURE
degrees 20
minutes East along the
Westerly
boundary thereof a distance -
of 247.22 feet to
an Iron
stake for point of
from point of beginning beginning thus described ; SECTION
continue South 0 degrees 20
minutes
East along said Westerly
boundary a distance of 339.C5
The big news today on the Florida farming scene is the big switch to electricity to an Iron stake run thence South feet
73
;,.! stake tance degrees on of the 795.29 11 Westerly minutes feet boundary to East an a Iron d ts- MORE TV NEWS & SPORTS '

of
i the
right of way of State Road No.
200.
r...' '- ....\I"'r"powfrrut"(actor beuer,more profitable Florida farming! 50 minutes run Westerly thence East North along last 17 degrees atoresaid .

boundary a distance ,
of 308.54 feet to an iron stake

.. .. .. "- -., of the land Southeast corner of a parcel on
described in Deed
Book
80

Page aforesaid 73 degrees 20S county of and the, public 10 run minutes thence records North West] of 2 1


r erly along last Westerly aforesaid boundary the prolongation Southerly parcel of and boundary said along South of a COMICS COLOR

a distance of 90 1.03
feet to point of beginning. .
You and each of you are hereby ,
fOR BtmR FARM UVIH6. notified that a Complaint has been
tiled in the Circuit Court of Bradford
County, Florida, In Chancery,

q and by Sappenfield Albert Sappenfield his wife, as and Plaintiffs Ruby 2 SUNDAY MAGAZINE

against you and each of you
Today's modern farmvife,besides using as said defendants; that the nature of
... suit is to quiet and confirm]!

the fimifor larger appliances, relies on penfield the title and of plaintiffs Ruby Sappentield Albert: Sap his _

scores of smaller appliance too.Toast wife, to the above described lands -
as a fee simple title; and, you are
era mixer electric cooking utensils, required to appear and serve a
copy of your answer or other pleadIng -

vacuum cleaners a&i other heady electric Thomas on, Plaintiffs Jr. whose attorney address,Is A.%03 J.- PRIZEWORDS PUZZLE

helpers lighten her housework; pro 205 and Temple to fife Avenue the original Starke, of Florida your,

her added leisure for happier.11oridaiiriD& office answer of or the other undersigned pleading Clerk in the of

Circuit Court on March llth. 1957:
otherwise the allegations of said
complaint will be taken as con a

teased IT IS by FURTHER)'ou. ORDERED that for
WeOn
Sunday Newspaper Only
Sri 41 this be forthwith Order of Publication published and once Notice each .

& week for four successive weeks in

titaFLORIIA in duly the said Bradford qualified County.County newspaper Telegraph published' a. Sale Sat.- Afternoon and Sundayc

WITNESS my hand and official] .
POWER UCHTCOMPANY seal at Starke Bradford County, .
Florida this February 1. 1J57.
(OFFICIAL SEAL)
Charles A. Darby
I' Charles A. Darby,

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BROOKERBjt CLAY HILL NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED TYYYYYY Business Growth St. Edward' Church-

CHURCHES CITIZENS OF BRADFORD Sunday Mass at 9:13 a m.
COUNTY Holy day;masses, 6:30
Mrs. E. B. CaaUellAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA bj Mr*. J. L. Strickland Shown In 8:80: a. m.Children's. a. m. and

...AAAAAAAAAAAAA-AAAAAAAA By Oxora I. Shell Report Catechism Glass

r A AA.AAAAAAAAAAA. & . . Wednesday at 3J5 each
Girls' Auxillary'Meeting. We were glad to see Grace a-----AAAAAAAAAAAA..AA p. m.

Lutheran Services Baptist ServicesThe The Girls Auxiliary of the WMU Lang home again last week and Coronation Colorful! Roberts, one of'our outstanding The business growth of Bradford (At Keystone St. Heights

122. E. Washington St. met Thursday night at the homeof more than glad to see D. B. able The coronation of Miss R. J. E. Junior Church members, will be when County was underlined this week (Follow William's Chapel)
Rev. Clifford Walker will Mrs. Joyce"Castlen. The business to come home with her. He High and Elementary was very out of town to appear in an of the physical count of names Wifllam's Hiway 21 south to St.

Regular Sunday evening servo preach at the Baptist services meeting was presided over looks a little thin from his recent beautiful. Both queens and at- oratorical contest for the American 1956 businesses Reference listed in the Nov', Sunday Sign.Mass) 8
ices will be held at our new lo by Juanita Stalnaker and reportswere i illness but otherwise all tendants were beautifully at- Legion Post 314 of Starke. Book of Dun &: a. m.
Sunday at the Elementary School tired. Bell Bradstreet was completed. The Holy day muses 7:30 a. m.
given by Mary Tyson deliveredan
Kay Elzey and right. We
St.
cation, 122 E. Washington hope she will Confessions
11 Cafetorium. Rev. Walker is one of Frances Prescott. After the meeting Jim Strickland and Lee Moore acceptance speech that was bacon home. Sister bring: the new count showed an increase of I, __ before all Mass

Dueto the absence of Rev.I I j I the outstanding ministers in the girls mad aprons to went to Kingsley Lake Cemetery second to none, in the historyof reporter.' Janie Mitchell 14.1 per cent in the last ten years, 11 ton, J. R. Seville, and T. E.

Gerphardt, who is attendinga Baptist. work and serves as secretary give to their mothers on Valen- early (in fact before daylight the coronation programs. Mount Moriah Methodist Church I according to C. L. Houk. District j j nar from the Highland Plant Gar-
and
meeting in St. Louis, MIssoUri'j of the Cooperative Missions tine's Day. Friday they took and beforebreakfast) and set She thanked her parents, teacher Rev. Stripling pastor held office Manager at Jacksonville which J. H. Norman from the ,
Trail
Mr. A. Meissner ((Vicar) Dept. of the Florida StateBaptist flowers to some of the shutinsin the cement slabs at the gravesof Mrs. L. M. Royal, principaland lar services all day regu- covers this area. Ridge Plant K. B. Platt Introduc

Lutheran Churcn of Gainesvillewill Convention. the community. Jim's ancestors. We must say students who had helped her starting with Church School Sunday at He disclosed that in 1946, there ed Dr. E. N. Kramer, assistant

conduct the services. The Sunday schedule will be birthday Celebration this really improved the looksof to make this the greatest nightin 10, a. m.. Supt. W. Brooks in were in the 156 rated businesses listed i manager, Plants Technical Sec- m

as follows: Uncle Tom (T. B.) Edwards this corner of the cemetery. her life. Her speech was very charge; at 11 a. m..morning wor- ford towns comprising Brad-1 tion a guest from Wilmington B 9
school 9:45 was 80 years old last Sunday Friends of Mrs. Berdie Manning impressive, which indicated good County, and the count of ]DeL and
YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- Sunday ; morning I ship. This was Race Relations two new engineers;.
brook pruse-size fountain pens itt worship, 1 a. m., Training Union and celebrated his birthday anniversary gave her a house warminglast" training on the part of the teach I Sunday and the services were showed uiese same 178 towns in the new book 1 E. Hertz and J. A. RuffinL!
at
New
pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Brad 6:15: p. m. Evening worship 7:30: () the River Baptist Friday night. Fifty or more er. The program included songs good all day. The rally was very (Elqoty lists names. The Reference
Church with
a big dinner afterservices. commercial
and dances of rich enterprises
ford Telegraph. p. m. friends enjoyed this occasion at a variety successful. On
Tuesday
County I night
Many friends and rela- her new home. with Mrs. F. S. Pierce presenting -manufacturers, wholesalers
tives were on hand to wish him prayer service will be led by retailers, and other busi Wash
the royal court and assisted Your
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Saw some woods fires that; Bro. Obie DeSue. The Clothe
Sunday nesses,
FOR DEPENDABLE LAWTEY, FLA. well. looked pretty bad to us last Sun I in music by .Enoch Allen.' Miss school is still selling barbecueat' generally those buying re
; gularly
Mass on credit.
Bleating It does
Bible School 10. a. m.Preaching. The New River Associational day-one near Lawtey and one Inez Butler was general chair the Masonic Hall every, Sat however, Include not Pounds

Termite Control 11 a. m. Study in Bible Doctrine, Mass Meeting,was held at Dedan in the Clay Hill section of.Black man, while Elmer Shell was urday in the interest of their establishments, such some as service
real
I 6:30: p. m. Preaching, 7:30 p. m. Baptist Church Thursday night of Creek. These fires"are really de chairman of decorations. Principal new project for the church. .TheR. estate brokers, barber and beauty For 40c!

Household a Commercial Each Sunday. last week, with about 142 present structive at this season of the Thompkins complimented J. E. Choir, under the direction shops, stock brokers, etc. Thus FREE Bleach If Desired
Pert Control Raido program, Starke station, Banners were awarded to the year while the land is so dry. So the faculty'and student body on of Mrs. F. S. Pierce, will figures for all businesses in this I
each Sunday 8 to 8:30: a. m. New River, and Graham churches. ; let's all be careful not to let l the very fine program. render a benefit program for County would be higher than the .

S Grove Spraying A. E. Massey, pastor We are sorry to hear that Tom fire get out. Sports the Sunday school on Feb. 17 at ones quoted above.
Stewart Understand that Elmer Carteris The RJE Tigers and Tigeretteswon 3 p. m. at the church. All visitors
Call FB. S-6035 and Mrs. Lee Parrishare I Houk estimated that We Will
HIGHLAND in Bradford County Hospital still on the sick list, and Rosa both games after the coronation and friends are invited to attend. I 1957 they will be during I

Florida Pest Control BAPTIST CHURCH in Starke. We do hope that Padgett was out of school all on last Friday night from William Holland, reporter. make about 75 per cent required to. Dry Your Clothes
last week due to illness. Luella Palatka girls and boys. The final Weekend Visitors changes
they will in the
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Worship ,soon be well Also on listings of business
& Chemical Co. II I Services, 11 a. m. and 7:30p. our sick list this week are Rastle Austin is home from the hospital. scores ,were: girls 22-25; boys The Oscar Dells had as week in the book listings enterprises including For 20c
I I and Marvin Mrs. Rev. Odell filled his appoint 4244. The"queens were presented end guests Mrs. Mamie Johnson
Mann
Meeting each Wednesday DoshiePrescott new
m. Prayer names added
24 N. W. 16th Are.GaiiMvUle ,
7 p. m. Teachers Meeting Thomas Hamilton. Mrs. ment with us Saturday night and by Principal Thompkins at the Bellamy, sister and Mrs. ,Julia withdrawn changes in names la New Automatte Driers
Florida preached a good sermon. Rev. end of the third quarter of the Ellerson, sister ownership! ,
of Mrs.
each Sunday, 6 p.. m.- Rev. Tim Rogers, and Mrs. Ella MaeFowler. Laura changes! in credit ratings, and
in
George Chism pastor. ''T. M. Knight and his wife supplied game. The flowers and attire Whitmore. All three were dinner I trade styles. .
M Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Jones are for Rev. Lane and two of for each queen and attendantswere guests at the Dell home. They I

the proud parents of a baby girl the Sunday School teachers at purchased by the school. reported a wonderful meal anda Humphreys
born Feb. 6 in Alachua General Clay Hill last Sunday.We The next home game will be delightful visit in Starke. Gold Staff The Washeteria

l Hospital. She has been named had a small disaster at Fri., Feb. 22, with Fernandina.On ,New Bethel Baptist Church, Holds Dinner Meeting
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Kathy Marie. Clay Hill Thursday of last week. }Monday, Feb. 18, the team Rev. A. Vinson pastor, held regular temple Ave 8tatLook
Mrs. Eva Crowl has returned While Ernie Padgett and Irene will play Hastings. The class B services all day Sunday. Sun Sixty-two members and'guests

STARKE, FLA. to her home in Largo after spending were away from home working, Tournament will be held on day School started at 10 a. m. of the staff of Humphreys Gold
several weeks here with the someone started to burn trash March 1 and 2 in Alachua at A with assistant Supt. Shell in Corporation attended a dinner
Malcolm Lewis family. and underbrush near their home. L. Mebane High School Gymna- charge. Classes were taught by meeting at the Garden Restaurant
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor Mrs. Milton Mott and. childrenleft The fire got away and burned sium. Coaches Butler and Shell Deacon Royal, Bro. Hankersonand Thursday evening, Jan. 31.

California last everything close by, including will attend the meet- Delores J. Frank Rushton
Jefferson and Court Streets In1 The Heart of Town by plane Tuesday planning Jenkins. Morning prominent
for Clark AFB in the Philip Ernie's crib and other outbuild ing at Dunnellon on Sunday, Worship was led by Deacons industrial relations consultant
Offiee 234 Pastorium 130 '
Phonda
I
pines. They will join Sgt. Mbtt, ings. They had all of their can Feb. 17, to draw their opponent Hankerson and Royal, music by: from Jacksonville, delivered an
tp. who is stationed there. ned foods, meat, tools, feed, for the tournament We hope choir No.2. Due to the illnessof inspiring speech on human rely

p. Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harrell and pressure cooker, canner, and nu-. they surprise, us and 4 win "con the pastor, Mary Etta McDonald ions. He pointed out that the

1 Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. daughter spent the weekend in merous other things, amountingto solation at least. pianist, could not be southeastern section of the country .
Nashville, Tenn. a thousand dollars or more, Boy Scout Observance present. She was greatly missed is expanding faster in new industry

Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. Tim Rogers and daughter of stored in the crib until they Troop 71 of. Boy Scouts of by the choir. B. T. U. at 5:30p. than any other part of the
i if Daytona were here for the week- could finish a smoke house and America held their National m. President S. Jenkins in United States. The need for good
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at end. Mr. Rogers returned Mondayto house to put the other articles Birthday observance at RYEs I charge. At 7 p. m. the sermon employee relations was stressed.

stay here. beside meat in. Nothing wa with a special in the was delivered by Rev. Anderson. He concluded by giving a
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. program formula simple =
Among those attending revival saved as all the men folks weregone cafetorium of RJE high school. Missionary meeting at 2:30 p. m. which reads "Know-How ..
... ""'! =- services at LaCrosse Baptist who could fight fire. The The program was combined with at the church, Sis. Sarah Jenkins Multiplied by Human Relations 1
Church were Mrs. Eva Harrell, chickens and would have president Equals Profitable
dogs the ninth grade, Gwendolyn Mar ; Joan Jenkins, r e- Production."
Mrs. Doris Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. burned also but porter. New members of
: Shirley Padgett shall, presiding, after which the staff were
T. B. Edwards, Tom Stewart, Willie's wife, saw the fire in Scoutmaster B. T. Marshall was Thurston School News introduced, including W. R.' Bol-
"Stop Look And Live Mrs. Vera Lee Thomas and children -
time to run and open the gatesand presented by his daughter who The Bible Picture sponsored by will report to Around!
Mrs. Edna Thomas and children Brooklyn
the N.
turn these out. The fire school Y.
was presented John M. on Sunday was
for
Hear This Sermon That Could Change Your Mr. and Mrs. Benny Thomas, Diggs, C. very the latter part of this
rt so close to her that she got the Scouts. Twelve duties of successful and enjoyed by all month.
and Mr. and They would DON'T LET insurance
like
Mrs. Clarence your
Eternal Destiny By Pastor Marvin Faile 8 P. M. Thomas. scorched in the rescue. Irene scouts were given after the col who, attended. The Happy Glee meet all their very much to
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas says if anyone has a pressurecooker i or guard the pledge of allegianceand Sewing Club will meet Monday if possible. friends- while here, problems care for themselves

and Bishop or canner they will donate singing of the Star Spangled night at the school. All persons perhaps lose your home,
family were dinner
t First Baptist Church: Hampton guests of Mr. and Sunday Mrs. H. H. to her, please let her knowas Banner. An oration was delivered I wishing to join are asked to or. business car or other property. -
they will not be able to buy come. out. Regular P. :
Lewis in Starke., by Miss Mary Alice Roberts on: T. A. willbe
Mr. and Mra Woodrow Thomas back these things in time for ,"The ,:Privileges, and Responsibilities held Monday night Feb. 18, G A Y' S .
her to do any canning this year. of An American Citi- at 7:30 p. m. President E. L.
School and children : Call
c Sunday 10 A. M. were visiting Mr. on us. Let us give
'Rev; Harry Lane' and family itn.'f- Walker asks all members I to ; your
and Mrs. E. C. Lewis in Starke. HomeAppliances
i "JESUS MY LAWYER" 11 A. M. Mrs. W. E. Woodin and Mrs. and Rev. and.Mrs. Jim Stricklandfilled ChurchNews please attend. insurance affairs expert attention -

Fredrick Linley left for Cran- their appointment at Kings- Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church, New MinisterOn -.. Your Friendly and provide you
Training Union 7 P. M. ley Lake Church last Sunday for Sunday at 4:30: at M t.
ford, N. J. after spending several Rev. R. J. Washington pastor,, p. m. with dependable protection!
"Hour of days with Mr. and Mrs. Howard the morning worship. The house held a successful quarterly con Pisgah A.M.E. Church Rev. Bro. Norge Dealer
Power"'Ned.. 8 P. M.
Wait" and family. was well filled, and Rev. Strick ference with Presiding Elder A. Ulysses Clark was unanimouslyvoted 1tt "

"Cr sade For Christ" Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Taylor of land preached the best sermon W. .Bowles in charge. Sunday upon to become a ministerin NQRGE APPLIANCES .c. '
have heard him deliver the A.M.E. .
we yet Church.
Worthington were visiting Mr. School started at 10:15: with Presiding .
After eating dinner with the Elder A. W. Bowles in BIAYTAG WASHERS no t4Cr
Sat. 6:30-6:45 A. 11! WRUF and Mrs. T. B. Edwards Sunday Supt. Irene Thomas in charge. was chargeof
_::: : + ,, afternoon. preacher, we all went to the rest Morning worship at 11:30: a. m. the ceremony after the trial COLE3UX HEATERS and .It"

I Mr. and Mrs Hubert Croft of home in Jacksonville where Mr. with Dr. A. W. Bofles, P. E. of sermon.'Rev. Clark spoke out of FLOOR
Murfresboro, Tenn. were visiting Davis is confined. We learned High Springs District delivering his soul from the story of charity FURNACESWe fl C. %M AgencyPhone

Mr .and Mrs. T. B. Edwards and that he wished to join the Clay the sermon. During the A. or love as told by Paul. He I is Service All Makes

GOSPEL MEETING Mrs. Eva Harrell last week. Hill Baptist Church, where his C. E. League we had as visitor destined to become a great gospel Of Appliances
t Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stokesof wife has been a member for Mrs. Brilla Thomas, Supervisorof preacher as well as spiritual : 146

Edgar Mr. and Mrs. Gerald some time. So Mr. Strickland Levy County Schools, and i singer and leader. Phone 10. 200 E. Call! Street
February '17-24 Roberts of Starke, and Mr. and t anointed Mr. Davis with oil, chairman of the Supervisor's II
1 Mrs. Herman Waters of Gainesville praying for his healing, and we sectionof the FSTA. She has n YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYPINE Starke, Florida I Starke. Fla.

You Are Invited to Attend a Series of were visiting Mr. and Mrs accepted him into the churchas been recently appointed Supervisor
Edd. S. Polk and family Sunday a member, since we had a of the Youth-Departmentof LEVEL
Services At The Mr. and Mrs. Edd S. Polk were decorum present. Sunday night the High Springs District by i iII

visiting' Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Tets- the church voted to accept him P. E. Bowles-She succeeds Su- 1'1 FII. II. M. I\It'ltlifl HEALTH FACTSMany

CHURCH OF CHRIST tone in Starke Saturday.The as a full member as soon as his pervisor Shell and comes to us ailments
Edd S. Polk family were able to be with us again. highly qualified. She holds the AA AA AAAAAAAAAA.AA.AMr. are daily being traced to nerve pressures

STARKE FLA. visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. E. While at Kingsley Lake we Master of Education .from Flori- and Mrs. J. B. Delacey of produced by minor accidents falls and strains.

Stokes and family in Gainesvillelast were asked why we have no more da A & M University; is. a lead- Bay Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. These ailments will never be corrected until the nerve

Thursday night. i news about our possum hunts. ing layman of the Grant Memo- Leonard Gill and son of Auburn- pressure is located and removed. Your Chiropractor is a
SPEAKER LAWRENCE HAZELIP Barney and L. M. Waters of Well, one reason is that Ernie rial Church of Jacksonville. Most dale were guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. specialist in this field.

Apopka Mrs. Rainey and Mrs. Padgett and his dogs love to Ancient Matron of the Heroinesof C. Lewis -on of Accident Cases -
Wednesday and Nervous
Disorders
VALDOSTA GA. Gene Bloodsworth of Lake But- hunt a Specialty
well do
i possums as as we ; Jericho, Grand Lecturer and last week.
ler were visiting Mr. and Mrs. and another- is that do H. G.
reason we BOLLINGER
educator. We are certain that the We CHIROPRACTOR
TIME 7:30 P. M. Calvin Johnson Sunday.Mr. were glad to have Gerald

1 and and },trs. W. C. Stalnaker when not have one of a these dog critters that tells comes us trict YPD will of the be High bigger Springs and better Dis after Crosby spending at church several last days Sunday in 3 BLOCKS NORTH OF POST OFFICE IN STARKE
family were visiting Mr. and
near the house. The woods have I
We Also Invite You To Listen To Our New Radio Mrs. A. E. Adkins in Starke than ever under the dynamic Glendale Hospital because of ill- Phone 108 Starke Florid
grown so densely that we cannot ,
leadership of Sister Brilla Thomas .
Program Over Station WRGR From 8:30 Until 9:00P. Monday. wade through them any ness.R.
of
Bronson and Jacksonville.A .. M.
Crosby Jacksonville
M. Each Linda Sue Thomas was the .
Sunday more to look for Mr. Possum.
1 Sunday guest of Juanita Stal pineapple sip was given for visited his son and
naker. We hope our puppy will soon the children by the presiding in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
learn to tell us when one is Elder at the daughter-I iPIECELIVING
close of the
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Thomasand League by, Wednesday of last
,
A Cordial Welcome Is Extended To AllDon't family of Palatka were visit- close. When and if he does, our Evening service started"at 7:30p. W. J. Johnson is

ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. : old shot gun will sure talk loud m. Sermon was delivered by ed after his recent illness. He

Bob Thomas, Sunday. and long. Rev.: A. S. Redic, assistant pas- fell and broke his arm -three

;...... : Rev. Ed Tilghman of LaCrosse family attended the birthday cele i tor of Mt. Pisgah. A.M.E. church. weeks ago while painting some
and Rev. Gail Smith of Palatka oration at New River Church Other visitors included Rev. E. furniture in Jacksonville. Glad ROOM

I were supper %guests'of Mr. and Sunday.Mr. L. Walker and U.. Clark. Miss he is able to attend church again.

Mrs. Benny Thomas Friday night. and Mrs. Eugene Bloods- Hilda Belle Morris will be baptized Mrs. Alma Starling was surprised --

ForgetOUR Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Crosby and worth and family of Lake But- on Sunday morning at 11 last week to receive a GROUPPHONE
granddaughter Harriet and Henry ler were visiting Mr. and },[rs. a. m. We regret the recent ac letter from one of her son. Leo's, 123 EAST CALL STREET

F Howard of Fairbanks were Lee Parrish and other friends cident and illness of jour pas best buddies who was side by side 80
Sunday dinner guesta of Rev. here Saturday night. tor's wife, Sister N- L. Washington. with him in England while he
' FAMOUS and Mrs. Ressie Carlton. Mr. and Mrs. Frances Russ and She is at home now and was in service there His 'reason With

Mrs. Ressie Carlton was visiting daughter of Apopka were supper wishes to thank all persons for for writing Mrs. Starling is

Mr. and Mrs. Land Goodsonand guests of Joyce Castlen and sons their gifts and prayers. Relatives that he plans to visit her, accompanied SOFAAnd

family in Gainesville Satur Saturday.Mr. and persons visiting her by his family, this
ROAST BEEFDINNER day.We and Mrs. J. B. Russ and while she was in the hospital summer. He lives in Massachqsetts. -

are glad to hear that Joan son. Mr. and Mrs. Frances Russ including Reuben Washington .
P Green is back in n hoot after be and daughter, and Livingston R. J. Washington Jr., Charles Little Douglas Nettles was ad- Swivel Rocker

ing ill for the past three,weeks. Russ of Apopka and Mr. and Terrell of Hollywood, Fla.. Mrs. mitted to the Bradford County

I Mrs. Elmer Stokes and daughters Mrs. Kenneth Russ of Melbournewere Susanna Randolph Rev. and Hospital last Sunday with double PLUS -
1 of Gainesville were visitingMr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Evans and others of Greenville pneumonia. He is the son of Mr.

and Mrs. R. H. Green last Ernest Russ last weekend.. Louise Broxton. reporter and Mrs* Grady Nettles. 2 End Tables '
weekend. Beverly Green accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Russ and Mt. Nebo Baptist Church Rev. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs.

With All The TrimmingsAT them home to stay overnight family of Apopka and Mr. and G. B. Burgman, pastor. Church Alma Starling were,},{rs. Doshia 1 Coffee TableS

with Judy. Mrs Pasco Green of Tavares school begins at 9:45 a. m 11:00a. Green of Heilbronn, Mr. and Mrs.R. .
Colin Knight of JacksonvilleThursday were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ned m. Morning worship inspira J. Starling and family, .Mrs. 2 Table Lamps
spent night with Mr. Hicks Sunday. tional song service: by the choir, Grady Nettles and family of
and Mrs. R. H. Green and family.. Mr. and Mrs. ,Claude Prescott Mrs. M. E.. Roberts at the piano. Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Jack 2 Sofa Pillows
Mr. and Mrs. Fred McDavid't i and family of Starke were visit- Devotions will be conducted by Spencer and family. Afternoon

"I ST. EDWARDS PARISH HALL Pompano Beach spent the weekend ing Mrs. Doshie Prescott Sunday. Deacons J. W. Clark and V. visitors were her sister, Mrs. Reg Price 189.95

with Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. Mrs. Naomi Atkinson and son Mitchell at-5:30 p. m. B. T. U. Effie Manning of Jacksonville, a
Hamlton' and Mrs. Eva HarrelL of Orlando were visiting Mr. and with president Ruth ,Sanders in and Mrs. Betty Johnson, and her Now

t THURSDAY FEBRUARY 21ST i Mr .and Mrs. Zedra Hamiltonwere Mra Wil Rogers last weekend. charge; at 7 p. m. evening wor- niece, Mrs. Eva Bunch and Mr.

; in Bradenton on businessTuesday. .Card of Thanks ship, sermon by the pastor. At and Mrs. ,W. B. Starling, also of

i We would like to express our 3 p. m. Sunday the Christian Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Green and heartfelt thanks to-ail the many Union will be held at the church. V. L. Starling of Lawtey.
630: TO 900 P.M. family and Mrs. Lucille Edward friends who helped in have 169h959
; anyway The Junior Church will com- :Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae and
and children and little Cherie
with food, flowers and kind words
plete charge of the servk: s. children arrived tcday after
I Hinton were in Oldsmar visitingBUI and deeds, during the illness and
Come out and encourage these spending almost three years at
:: Hinton Sunday. death of our father Vance ,Z. young people In their efforts San Diego, Calif. where Owen
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harrell and .
Russ. The .
Russ'y. i -
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PAGE TEN: BRADFORD COUNTY, TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 15... 1957
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I Plan Red Cross Fund Drive Legal Fight Held Red Heads, And Independents Meet Here I 1957.Dated this 12th day of February, g weeks raph.. In the Bradford S County Tele

I (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby Dated this 13th day of February,
Clerk of the Circuit Court 957. -5

iZiic ; 1al: I By Marian L Crosby Deputy 2/15 U Clerk 3/8 (OFFICIAL Charles A.SEAL Darby) .5-

In Mayor's CourtContinued 4, Clerk of the Circuit Court.
5' S -. S t I NOTICE TO CREDITORS By Marina L Crosby Deputy.Clerk..
.. In re.- ESTATE OF JOSEPH \V.PREVATT 2/15 4t 3/1
( from Page One) 55 ? S. 5- S P5.5 __ ___ Deceased. CALL FOR BIDS
r'' .5 : 5. IB The Cvart Of The County Judge, February 5, 1J5T
_S r '. 'S Bradford Couaty Florida Sealed bids will be received by
Fast SW .5 .5 .
Going '55 .
.V
In Probate.To Council
'S .5 the City of the City oftarke
Mrs. Savage I think it was 55 S S 3.5S&,. ,, All Creditor. And PrrOB HayS Florida at the City Hall in
going too fast for safety. w \ S S S ; ,55 Inc Claim or D..d.g.I.... S tarke, Florida. Until .:0 P.M.
_ 5I I Said Estates o'clock on Tuesday, the 5th day
Mayor Jackson -. It had to 5. I You and each of yc: are hereby of March. A.D. 1957 at which time
attract your attention by the F I I I notified and required to present and place all bids received will be1
.', Sx any claims and demands which you publicly opened and read aloud for
noise; you would not just stand S _ or either of you. may have againstthe the purchase of
w .5 ', _S :. ., estate of Joseph W. Prevail, One 3/4 Ton Chassis and Cab, 4-
there and watch ? .5 b
cars _
I SS Transmission.
Speed 6-Cylinder
S deceased late of said County to
Mrs. Savage No, it attractedmy : the County Judge of Bradford Motor. Standard 6-Ply Tires. Alternate .
5.S S SS County, Florida at his office in Tires: 8il7H 6-Ply;
attention. .,S-' '5. .5 ._ 5S the court house of said County at bUn 6-Ply. One W7 One-Half
:-
Mayor Jackson Did you S., S_ .5 S 1 I Starke. Florida, within eight cal- Ton Chevrolet Pick-up Truck to
\ l endar months from the time of the be traded. Can be been at the
think at that time that the car S : ." S S S. _S ___ S ;;t1 g. 1 i first publication of this notice. City Light & Water Plant.

II was moving'too fast for safety? : S S7 :'" l Each claim or demand shall be in The said Cliff Council reserves
.5. i t j riling, and shall state the place the right to .accept or reject any
Mrs. Savage I would think ;;.f'. I of residence and post office addressot or all bids.
,' l the claimant and shall be CITY COUNCIL
so.At which I S 'S' 4 sworn to by the claimant, his I City of Starke, Florida.
i\fr another'point, Clay- S S .5 '' S S agent, or attorney and any such i I PCarl Johns, City Clerk15
S'r S.
ton stressed, that the court reporter I S.. claim void.or demand not so filed shallbe -!/ 3t 3/1

put into the record, Mayor : Edwin T. Prevail. As Admini- NOTICE TO APPEAR

Jackson said that "some of strator of the Estate of Joseph IB Circuit Cenrt, Bradferd C....,.
W. Prevail, deceased. Florida IB Chancery.
these questions will have no 1 First publication F.ebruary 15, Letha Mae Jackson, Plaintiff. vs.
bearing the decisions to be 1957. Clifton Charlie Jackson
on defendant
fund drive In March
STRATEGY for the forthcoming Red Cross 2/15 4t 3/8
: i Case No. 10-203J
reached. who "
I Clayton, was ques- _
Is mapped in the home of Mrs. Junlus M. Smith, following a luncheon .,: # k -4 Notice To AppearTo
tioning Mr. Montgomery about NOTICE : Clifton Charlie Jackson
there last Wednesday. Gathered to help formulate plans are (I-r) the tailpipe at the time askedif Sj_ s/- Notice is hereby given that on whose residence and address is
the 25th
day of February. 1957. at C/o Grace Bowser. 17380 Greely
I Miss Lillian Stump, chairman business district; Mrs. Bess Burns, the mayor meant that the 12:00: o'clock noon the undersigned St.. Detroit Michigan

kick-off chairman; Mrs. Smith, county fund drive chairman; ?\tlrs. testimony about the tailpipe The "Battle of the Sexes" will cork their fancy' passing, trick They play men's teams only,, Sheriff, will of sell Bradford for cash County., to the Florida highest You suit are for divorce hereby notified that a

Harry Kabb, chairman residential district; and Mrs. E. A. Hall would have no bearing. The mayor be brought to the Ibasketball shooting, novelty routines, and using straight men's rules, Their r described and best motor bidder vehicles the: following above hap been named filed Court against and you cause in and the

chapter executive secretary. Bradford County's 1957 quota Is I replied that was correct court in Starke on Wednesday, zany antics that are expectedto record of 134 wins out of 190 1942 Buick Coupe Motor No. rou are required to serve a copy or
Started BattlingThe Feb. 27 when 45316907. Color .Faded Gray, 1954 lour aaswer or pleading to the complaint
ro.". 7W-4384.
93 on the plaintiffs .5
Attorney
_ _ lawyers. though beginning (male) meet the AU- state of near confusion. a. rough evening ahead for the -1949 Ford Truck Motor No. Alfred C. Scott. 301 Smith Build

the proceeding amiably, started American Red Heads (professional The Red Heads, pictured above Independents on February 27. said 97HC-184743 sale shall Color be Black ing, Jacksonville 2, Florida.
Scout WeekIs conducted immediately and file the original In the office of
Boy battling during the early part of female) cage team in the with their manager (if a mere Lions President Maxie Carter: West of the Bradford I the Clerk of the Circuit Court. on or

AUTO TAGSThe the questioning. The first clash high school gym at 8 p. m. male can be said to "manage"seven Jr. stated that advance ticket t ,I County will be Jail held in In Starke accordance, Floria, and I before the
with I 18th day of March, 1957;
Observed At came as Thomas spoke out Local basketball fans will husky women) are the I sale will get underway this Chapter 562. Florida Statutes of otherwise the allegations of said

tax collector's office against Clayton's telling the court have a chance to see the colorful undisputed world champion I I weekend. Admission will be adults I 1955.! This the 5th Complaint will be taKen as confessed -
will remain open until 5 p. m. day of February, Dy you.
Rotary MeetingNational reporter that certain points were sensational Red Heads un- girls professional basketball club. $1.25, students 75 cents. A.D.I 1957. This notice shall be publishedonce
Saturday to accommodate per- unnecessary to put into the rec 8/ P. D. Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford each week for four consecutive
sons wishing to buy auto tags County. Florida. weeks in the Bradford County Tels-
ord. The reporter had been obtained Officials 2/15 2t graph.
2/22
Boy Scout Week was Tax Collector J. R. Kelly said Production Nematodes Moody
at the request of Clay- Berry Cutting Dated this 12th day of February,
_
observed at the Rotary Club this week. ton. NOTICE TO APPEAR un.I .
Slate !. Circuit Court Bradford County (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Wednesday when Scoutmaster Kelly warned that next THomas accused Clayton at ProgramsAt Florldat IB Chancery. Clerk of the CR>UH Court
Feb. 20 Is the Curtis W. Taylor. Plaintiff vs.I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Wednesday, ,
David Montgomery and key per- time Discovered In Bradford '
; and one of arguing with the Plantings I Lena Taylor, Defendant. 2/15 4t 3/S
sonnel of Troop 70 discussed the deadline for buying tags, judge and during the final argu- Park-of-Palms Case No. 10-2046

Scouting program and current no extension_ is expected. ments showed extreme displeasure Several villains that have been ing for strawberry fields. In cooperation Notice: Lena T. AppeariTo Taylor, whose residence _

efforts to build a strong or- when Clayton interrupted his sabotaging many of Bradford with a program to Rev. R. J. Little, well known Detroit and address Michigan.You is: 1966. Ford Avenue, REGISTER NOTICE OP FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAMB TO

ganization here. Film' Is Viewed summation. County's strawberry plantingsand study soil treating methods, Pete radio pastor, and Vice President are hereby notified that a suit Notice Is hereby given that the

The Scoutmaster said that After the proceedings Clayton cutting yields far below maximum Griffis, strawberry farmer on theM. L. Constable will represent for divorce in the above has been named filed Court againstyou and Chapter undersigned 20953., under Laws the provisions of Florida.or

Troop 70 is back on its feet The Starke Elementary PTA remarked that he had never been m were discovered recently Griffis Loop road, has agreed -Bible Institute at the cause and you are required to servea Acts of 1941 will register with the

again after slump of several treated with so much discourtesy Park-of-the-Palms Bible Conference copy of your answer or pleading Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
a met Tuesday evening in the cafe- after diligent sleuthing by County treat two-thirds of his strawberry I to the complaint on the Plaintiff's for Bradford County, State of FlorIda

months, and declared that it Is torium with Mrs. A. Holliday, in any town he has visited.If Agent George Huggins and field next season and leave I, during the week, Feb. 1722.Moody Attorney J. Donald Gibson 100 upon receipt of proof of pub-

their aim to make it into one of Clayton perfects his appealit Dr. Donald M. Coe, plant pathologist one-third untreated, as a test for Bible Institute is nationally Florida Smith Building, Jacksonville 2, name lication of of this Bel-Air notice the fictitious

the best outfits in this sectionof president, presiding. will be heard before the Circuit aided by the research the effectiveness of the treat- known for the successfulwork and file the original in the office of under which we are 66 engaged Service U

Florida. He introduced the The treasurer, Jack Waters, Court, which has the power facilities of the University of ment.. it is doing in the trainingof the Clerk of the Circuit Court o nor business at Lawtey. Fla.
before the 18th day of March D.' B. Thomas, Lawtey, Fla
following Scout officers, who has resigned and Mrs. C. R. to review the case, decide whether Elorida Extensipn Service. Huggins said that a plant young people for missionarywork 1957; otherwise the allegations of: C. W. Thomas. Lawtey Fla. owners., and

made short talks: Tillman was appointed to fill 1 or no' any court procedure has The; villains were found to be treating station is being plannedfor ,. both at home and abroad; confessed said Compalnt by you.will be taken as A.D.Dated, 1957 this, at 25th Lawtey day of Bradford January
also for their educational science
Hank Graham, Senior Patrol the vacancy. Mrs. R. F. Dem- been violated and to retry the nematodes, parasites which injure this area also, so that the This notice shall be publishedonce 1/:5 U 2/1i

Leader; Donald Cooper, Douglas orest announced that there wi1 case. Montgomery was releasedon plants and prevent them plants can be given a hot water filma WMBI, the radio voice of each week for four consecutive County, Fla.

Crews, and Terry Walters, Pa be a Spelling Bee on March 22 $100 bond.Funeral. from producing as they should. treatment and inspected and Moody Bible Institute in Chicago,
has been
trol Leaders; Wm. Groover, in the cafetorium. P. T. Nolin. One of the villains, the sting certified before being put into broadcasting for many

Robert Edrn6ndson, and Sidney principal, introduced eight new Is Held nematode, has long been known the ground. years. Sell It Rent It Trade II '
Services will held
be 11
Griff Assistant Patrol Leaders members but Besides the nematodes at a.m.,
;; interns. There were 60 and fought by the fanners, Hug-

Frank Beebe, Scribe; Robert present with Mrs. A. R. Nor For E. B. the other two the crimp and gins said, other foes of strawberries S p.m., and 8 pjn. on Sunday;

Edmondson, Quartermaster; and I man's room winning the room Shipman meadow nematodes, have been have been noted recentlyin each weekrday morning at 9:30 WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow
and at 8 Tues,!
p.m. on Monday,
Sonny Lawson, Chaplain. count prize. able to go their damaging way the County. Inflicting noticed '

The Scoutmaster was intro Jim Chasteen, a member of a E. Brooks Shipman 75, died i in secrecy uncovered only by the able damage to the plants, he ay, and Thursday. The publics Rates
Good
i invited.Mrs. Results
duced by Rev. Donald F. Koko- committee that was recently I at his home on Kingsley: Lake recent research.Dr. said, have been the red spider i I cordially Easy To Place

moor, chairman of Troop 70() formed to acquaint the parents Tuesday morning after an illness Coe who has had considerable and Pameras, small flies which 20 WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION fife

Committee, who had charge of r and community of the school of several months. ; experience with strawberry pull a vanishing act about as W. H. Perkins : EACH ADDITIONAL WORD JcXS
Mr.
_ the program. finances, announced that there Shipman was born in planting and has taken a sopn as they are seen.

will be an open meeting on March' Iowa on May 19, 1881 and came keen interest in disease problems "Either of these can inflict Taken By DeathMrs. DIBfOCNT ADDITIONAL OF IS FOR PER BLIND CENT ADS UN OR TWO ADS OR NOT MBRR PAID!IN ADVAMCB
to Bradford County as a boy considerable i5SF.RflO5
12 for the purpose of presentingthe here, was called"hi after several damage, Huggins -I
with his parents, the late Col. instances of production was said, "and steps should be takento -
W. C. T. U. critical needs of the schoolto poor I WE BUY AND
Volney J. and Mary Benedict Linnie Warren Perkins, SELL USED 2'R.
the public. called to Huggins' attention. get rid of them as soon as WHEN IN NEED OF NITURB. Elrod Furnltur c...
81, died Saturday night at her I I Phone 48.UNFURNISHED.
"DESTROY TUB GREATEST Shipman prominent early resi- "
they
Usa
Huggins said that one farmer appear. The red spider can LANDSCAPINGFILL !
DESTROYER! "BEVERAGE AL. Mrs. Kate Sheppard program dents of Lawtey.Mr. be: controlled by ,home here after an- illness of
showed him a field of berry a sulphur.solution.and -
COHOL." BEFORE IT DE chairman, read a poem on "Learning" Shipman had resided at plants which were "just about the, Pameras by a DDTor I several months. She was born I DIRTor rooms, with refrigerator Apartment and spice
and also showed a film on March 29 1875 in Columbia heater. Also
I .
STROYS US. Kingsley Lake since 1933 and furnished
Chlordane solution. apartments -
.
the :I have ever seen.
prettiest !
(NATIONAL VOICE.) 'What Other Stales Are Doingto had driven a Clay County schoo} But the plantings were not pro- Huggins remarked that with County, and was the daughter. DISKINGW. .1 __man. 228 r-wBdwMJf-. Madison.- II. tfehg Noll-
Improve School Situations. t the widow of the late Wil
bus for 20 until health was L. THIGPEN JR.
years ducing any blooms or berries. In the research from the Extension L ova TENTH
forced his iam H. Perkins. BL 2.Box !4S-D- Alton Bd. ANNTVBBSABT
I I I retirement several another field, the plants were Service and experiment stations,, I RADIOS REPAIRED
years ago. Prior to that he producing oiuy small, dried up' the County is in the "best position Surviving ae two daughters, PHONE 287-J Reuoulale AU iiae Cbarg.s. AU ....
.
.
Mrs. Beulah Trask of Lakeland, I .nate
farmed. berries about the size of black- it ever has been to make Starke, Via CHAS **, SHEPHERD
This Week's Surviving are his widow, Mrs. progress on berry production." and Mrs. Eunice Searing of 70S_W. Call St. gtarke Pk. 138
SpecialsFebruary eyed peas. Starke; one son, Warren E. Per-
Mary Thomas Shipman. and one In soil test in these fields, FOR RENT Four
one
I room
kins of Starke; seven grandchilden 3% PAID ON SAV1NOS KEY house, furnished
daughter, Mrs. Ray Miller, both over 400 samples of crisp nema !Elks To Initiate and 14 great grandchildren.She STONE STATE BANK KET I on Walnut car port St. Inquire and utility room
of ; I at 504 E.
Kingsley Lake
and two grand extracted from one STONE HEIGHTS FLA.. MEM I Brownlee Apt. 2.
todes were was member of the Jtp I/IS
15 Thru February 21Men' children. a Baptist BER FDIC.WANTED
another case, the
of soil. In
cup Church.
Funeral services were held in found about one- Large Class At '- 508 new Bottled Gas FOR RENT %-3 room furnished
investigators Funeral services held L apartments with
P were Customers. Low installation cost. private bath
: the Beulah
Baptist Church. of half of a 20,000 plant field near Monay afternoon at 3:30 o'clockin Prompt Service. Harry C. Elrod Gardenia| Tourist Home.

which he was a member, Thurs Theressa infected with crisp and I Meeting Monday the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Furniture Co. tfchg 2tchg ZIti

SWEATSHIRTS day morning at 11 o'clock with meadow nematodes. with Rev. Lewis D. Haines and I 21 INCH TELEVISION consoles Slf FOR SALE 1942 Willys Jeep.
Rev. H. H. Mott officiating, assisted fields in the dow at Dahmer'a. tfchgipnnI. t.wheel drive. Call Jax
Several other The Starke Lodge of Elks No. Rev. W. .S. McAliley officiating. 4-sm, RA

by Rev. Curtis Harris, and county were visited, Huggins 1802 will initiate large class of f Burial was in the Crosby Lake ( ... India PorwomiBLOOMING tfchg

Rev. L. H. Saunders. Burial was said and in case signs of r I AZALEAS FOR RENT Three
1 00 every candidates who_Will take the de Cemetery. room furnished
in Beulah Cemetery under the found. Plant. 1.... <. .:.00 apartment private bath. Apply
nemotode damage were gree Monday night Feb. 18, at 7 GREATLY REDUCED PRICE 383 N. Cherry St. Phone 425-J.
direction of DeWitt C. Jones. I
The study revealed that an Important at the Elks home Wal- 4tp
p.m. new H. L. Rouse Rites .B lots of 25 to 100 J/2
Active'pall bearers were ElleryHickey. factor in nematode nut and Madison Streets. This A_l... xlnre'1ROO FOR
growr SALE
Regular $1.39 Corner of
Cleo Hickey Milton is the BELVEDERE AZALEA Walnut and
th in strawberries class is named in honor of George I Brownlee Sis. 3 lots 8, 9. 19. 1
1st Quality Hickey, James Weeks, George crop grown on the field before W. Carver of Live Oak, presidentof Harry Leonard Rouse, 74, died GARDEN: AND NURSERY bungalow; 1 .duplex and 1 metal
WHo COL.GREY McCaffery, and J. W. PAULINE: EARLE COLLINS garage. Known as the A. H
Hickey. at his home in
morning
the berries were planted."Never the State Elks Association. Sunday P. O. Box 168 Earletom, Fla. Green property, For Information,

plant berries behind acorn Supper will be served at 7 p. Starke after a brief illness. He w call, 633 Mrs. A. F. Sauls phone IM

Band Sells CandyThe crop." Huggins said. Crimp m., at which time a Technicolor was born in Brooklyn, N. Y. on 5 Water YEAR Heaters.WARRANTYGAS Wholesale HOT McMahone St. tfchg
5995.
Infants C and meadow nematodes build upon ] Bound movie will be shown to Feb. 24, 1882. Call 121. 3tchg 3/1 WANTED EXPEBINCED WAITRESS. -

Bradford High School host plants, and corn seems the candidates and members, His only immediate survivor is I.: Restaurant. Appy In person at Gardea
No
SLIPS Band is attempting to raise moneyto to be their most popular host: I highlighting parts of Elks convention his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Germain FOR Pangola SALE Hay- Good Reasonably quality priced.baled telephone Calls.tfcbg.

to participate in the district contest L- In one ,of the cases in Bradford i parades and the crippled Rouse of Starke. Doyle E. Conner Ins. Agency, '

by selling candy. It is a County in which the children's activities at the Har- Funeral services were held in Phone 285 or 274W. itchg F OLND ring-, Florida CUM of Southern 1939. College .

Irregular nationally advertised brand and produced almost no plantingt I ry-Ann Elks Home for Crippled[ DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Tuesday FOR H. J. Owner may have by Initials paying

29c Value sells for 10 cents a bar or 50 was learned that a corn crop had Children at Umatilla. morning at 10 o'clock. Burial house.RENT-Four Apply 308 room S. Water furnished St. County for this Telegraph.ad. APPly Bradford

cents a tray. All band membersare preceded the berries on the field All local members and visiting was in Crosby Lake Cemetery.. \ ltchgFOP. itchg

selling the candy' and your To combat the nematore menace Elks are invited to attend this: l \ RENT -- Housekeeping FOR RENT New garage apart
apart-
Ladies purchase will be appreciated. Huggins advocates soil treat important meeting and initiation.: PTA To Observe ments. Very reasonableX' Lights -modern Mont, two home.bedrooms. Size of
C and water furnished. 210 N. Cherry Couple desired
St. Phone %65' or '415-J after 6 Phone m-J. tfcnj'REE
Founder's
Members of Cub Pack 70 DayThe p.m. tfchg
I
BLOUSES S 'S OF COST. Choice of beautiful -
47 High School PT A will FOR RENT Unfurnished four less 30 Steel or 50 piece chest of Stain-
Tableware.
Guaranteed
meet in the high school music rooms large hall and porch apt. 50>>
I .., .. Call 101-W or Inquire at 707 N. years. Write for Information.
2-limit' till_ '. .. ,.-.. ...' ",- .'. room Tuesday night Feb 19, ,at McMahon. 2p 2/15 No Starke.obligations.Fla. P.. O. Box 221.
... -. SIp %/U'
$1.00 Value t"iJ. '' -.' 'iOi 7:30 the executive
5 .- ..' : "". ._fe, pjn. committee .
.l-A. ,", CABINET and Carpenter Work _
.. .1i
II. .. will meet half hour WANTED-A
.
family
one to
_"- "'" ;Jf. Small new and repair Jobs ac- berries. pick straw
prior to the general meeting. cepted. Joe C. Ricks Rt. 1 Box House Also to work on farm.
267-A, Starke. furnished. O. C. Canon
Ladies Annual Founder's Day will be fchg 2tp 2/22

observed at this meeting with WANTED Quiet couple to live
some of the members of the Glee In home; rent free; to care for WASTED Air Compressor with
motor. Must be in
elderly good condition.
man. For further Information
SHOES 1.39 Club participating in the pro- call Starke Reasonable. Billy Rose P. O. Box

gram. 128W.Itchg 175 Keystone Heights. 2tp 2/2-!

Regular $1.99 CARD OF THANKS LOST Junior H. C. Higgins Pase- FOR RENT Apartment consisting -
ball glove. between our house and of living room bedroom, klt-
1st Quality We wish to thank all our Rrooker Friday p.m. Initials R. c-henette and bath. Mrs J. M
P. In ink several Mitchell. 305 W. Madison SLJtchg
friends and neighbors for their places If
found please notify Edd S. Polk,,
kindnesses, flowers and blood I Rt. 1 Box 75, Brooker or Teie- FOR RENT Unfurnished I bedroom
donations during the illness of 'graph office. itt C. B. house. 204 S. Glenn
C S SL Contact, J. O. Gay, 1227 E.
E. H. Prescott Mr. and Mrs. Call St.
; Will Do House Work Monday thru Stp 3/1
BRIEFS c _- Everett Prescott Friday. Work by hour. day or
------ week.Emma Howard. 479 Thompson FOR RENT Two small houses,
> 1 L NOTICE TO APPEAR St. Itt hot and cold water. Reasonable.

--iI IB Clrrmlt C..rt. Bradford CBaty, Apply' Oscar Carter Hi way 225
1st Quality .. ". .- PUrMat I. C1aa. rJ'. FOR SALE Table model RadIi Itp
-. 'trSI.-- Oscar J. Brown Plaintiff. vs. Betty 1 Warren display case. 1955 Ranch
29c Seller .' M Brown, type Station Wagon, good tires. SACRIFICE SALE Leaving Florida
5 defendant.Case No. 10-3045]i Martin's Fruit Shop N. Temple.I.S. and must Sell. General Electric
Size 2 to 12BOTTOM Air
Vntlee T. Appear Itchg Conditioner two burner
L t. ".
"
.Jc : To: Betty M. Brown, whose residence 011 Spare Heater tables chairs
,. "' ..
., ..: sofa. Westinghouse Refrigerator'Electric
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