Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 22, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Official County Publication Established In 1879 '

Centennial Begins Rolling- I -

Johns Tells Stand
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l_ 4 a Brushy Brothers i Centennial

; Howdy Pardner On School Issue
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'- Begin PlanningAt Headquarters

Sees 90 Pet. Support But Raps

1 Kick-Off Lunch MAYOR JACKSONPROCLAIMS : Opens MondayPreparations Tactics; Conner Gives StatementState


i Representatives of all men's for Starke's Centennial -. Sen. Charley E. Johns this week slapped the Coun-

groups In Starke and surroundingtowns celebration May 5-11 will ty school teachers on the wrists for some of their tactics in

met for a kick-off luncheonin get under way in dead earnest their campaign to put over their school proposals, but said

the Garden Restaurant at noon 0" Monday when Centennial Head- he would "probably support; 90 per cent of the school teach-
Thursday, upon the call of Ira quarters will be opened in the ers' "
G. Harris, chairman of the Brothers All Males .Must Green Building on N. Court program.
Sen. Johns' comments were included in a letter to HughB.
of the Brush committee of Street, Guy Andrews general
Starke's Centennial celebration. chairman announced yesterday.The Ingram Jr., president of the Bradford Education Association -

Harris said the meeting was office space is being donated in reply to the teachers' legislative proposals.In .
Menrttera of the staff of Starke's new radio station' WRGR, are hurriedly called upon receipt of Grow Beards to the Centennial organization by one statement, Sen. Johns

left to right, Gordon Robbie, manager; Mrs. Carl 'Johns Jr., traffic advance information that MayorW. I Lex Grn. indicated displeasure with some On SR 100Crash

director; and Ted Van Iderstine announcer. Dolph Chamberlin, co- T. Jackson was issuing todayhis Both Andrews and Green are of the statements made by
owner of the station, said the tests were completed last weekend and proclamation for all malesof I direct descendants of Francis teachers in their drive to advance

they are now awaiting FCC permission! to go ahead with broadcast- Starke and environs to start Andreu, pioneer settler who their program."It Claims
WHEREAS, we are fast approaching the Centen- seems to me," he wrote,
beards in honor of
growing came to Starke from St. Au-
Ing. If the permit arrives in time Chamberlin said, the station may
Starke's founding fathers of 100 nial Anniversary and the Festive Observance of the gustine more than a hundred "that it would have been much
go on the air this weekend. years Hundredth Birthday of our fair City of Starke Bradford years ago.Organization. better if you and your committee -
ago.Units had come and sat down with Life of Man
Organized County Florida, to be duly celebrated during the of the Centennial ;

Noegel Opposes Engineers Harris said that various men's week of May 5-11, 1957, I do hereby PROCLAIM: Corporation, the group that will Doyle Conner(State) and RepresentativeDoyle me and talked _
groups ate organizing their own promote and finance the mammoth -
problems over with rather Two
your us -
individual Brothers of the Brush celebration, has been completed InjuredRaymond
than to have let one or more
Council Contracts For Master Plan
units so that friendly competition with the following offi-
THAT, in suitable commemoration of our Pioneer troublemakers and agitators in
can be developed between cers: Guy Andrews president;
Forefathers of ALL members of Male your organization get up at your Muncy Thompson, 41,
a Century past
National Guard units, civic Joe Andrews HI, secretary; Gene
In Preparing For 301 Sewer ProjectPreliminary clubs church groups, etc. Repre- Sex now residing within the confines of Starke Florida Long, treasurer; E. L. Matthews,, meetings about and tell falsehoods of Rt. 1, Starke, died early Wed-
sentatives of these groups were (and a goodly portion of a league outside our renowned W. H. Graham, Carl Johns T. Against Survey nesday morning in St. Vincent's

given an allotment of Brothersof City's corporate limits), who have attained 'at least- H. Slade, H. A. Bishop Jr., S. G. Sen. Johns came out firmly I Hospital in Jacksonville as a result -

planning to lay the groundwork for a sew- the Brush badges and certifi- semblance of the dignity of manhood shall from Mon- Denmark, and W. T. Jackson, di- against the teachers' proposal for I of injuries received in an automobile -
north U. S. 301 got off to a stormy start Tues- cates to distribute to their mem- rectors.
er project on crash
day, February 25th until Midnight May, 11. 1957, an outside appraiser to survey Monday night at
day night as the City Council over the strong objections of bership."It wear either a Beard, Goatee, Chin-Whiskers, Van Dyke, Andrews also announced the the County's ad valorem tax the city limits on SR 100.

W. H. (Billy) Noegel agreed to have the Reynolds. Smith is important for every man Mutton Chops. Mustache and/or (Heaven forbid) following divisional chairman I structure and assessment prac- Two other County residents are
who will have of the
charge seven
beard to his
growing a wear
firm of Jacksonville draw master- tices and indicated that he would
and Hill engineering up a listed in "satisfactory" conditionat
certificate "Elvis Presley" Sideburns or any other acceptable major divisions of the Centennial
badge and a ,
plan for additions to the present_Noegel.sewer system.vigorously opposingthe especially when carry he goes out of facial hirsute growth of such length and full luxuriance celebration: proceed divert slowly race track with funds any from planto Bradford County Hospital with

Reynolds, Smith and Hijls town" Harris. said. "Thus, when as to be readily discernible at the distance of. one city I. Revenue Division T. H. Slade; the hospital."I injuries received in the wreck.
%WRGR he meets know Promotional Division. W. H. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Station firm, moved that bids be received strangers. they block. feel as though our tax as- They are
what his beard is all about and Graham; Spectacle Ticket Division -
"from two or three" other firms sessor, Honorable Eugene Long, Russell Young, also of Rt. 1. Mrs.
on the sewer survey project. The explanations ar.e unnecessary." S. G. Denmark; Spectacle is doing an outstanding job for Young, 20, suffered a fracturedleg
Holds I I Council overruled this motion Contest Later Division, Mrs. Nina Andrews; the people of our county in the
bya THAT these Worthy Men shall henceforth be and contusions and abrasions
Hospitality Division, W. T. Jack-
DedicationI 3-1 vote with Mrs. Johns Harris said that a beard contest way he is handling his tax as-
I I abstaining.The Ruby will be announced later but ad- known as "The Brothers of the Brush," and be accorded son; special Events Division, Joe sessor's office," he wrote. of the body and her husband 23,

Broadcast SundayA vote to accept the Reynolds vised that all men should comply all honors and privileges hereby attained. Those Andrews III. "There is a limit to how much suffered a fractured. right arm

Smith and Hills master with Mayor Jackson's proclamation -> who.FAIL or REFUSE to adorn themselves with such There are many othet- commit- people can be taxed and the peo- and wrist and possible internal in-

plan proposal was also 31. Mrs. and start growing beards hirsute appendages (either wiry or silky) as herein tees under these divisions, but pie of Florida have about reached juries.

two hour dedication broadcast Johns proposed that the Council right now. "We won't make any- prescribed and ordered, will be dealt with as in- the some of 'them do not come into that limit. We have got to .The wreck occurred at the same

Sunday evening Mill mark put off voting on the issue until one shave off his beard to enter days of our ancestors by a specially constituted police action until later and will .be an- start tightening our belt and railroad crossing where James
of broadcasting the contest," he said. nounced at that time. some
the beginning the members had "cooled-off. effecting economy in gov-
died when
force known as Ye Keystone .Kops. This secret order Raymond Hersey a
operations for Starke's new radio The voting had been precededby All men growing beards should Four committees that. do have eminent at all levels." train crashed into his auto last
will report all those who fail to heed this proclamation -
\VRGR. immediate duties, however, and
a heated exchange between register for their Brothers of the I Race Track Funds month.
A Fred Temple co-owner of the Noegel and Council Chairman T. Brush badges and certificatesat with punishment dealt out by Ye Kangaroo Court, their chairman were announcedas The teachers' association had. Carlos said

station, said that the go-ahead I I C. (Cliff) Hazen. Alvarez'Store or the Florida to, be set up within two weeks from this, date. Such follows:' proposed that legislation be passed the Trooper wreck which Musgrove occurred in a

was received from the FFC S01Project. Theatre. Badges and. certificates"> humiliation _!andpunishment as. seems..proper>byjsaid'Court Brothers of .the JJrush.} ,,CommIttee ; to, 'reallocate present rac< drizzling rain, took place when
Thursday morning. The sewer iSsue was touched : may also be obtained from sub will be established. by Ye Keystone Kops and Ira G. Harris; Underwriting track monies! from the Hospital Thomp n'8 auto, a 1954 Buick
Regular broadcasts will beginat off at the last session of the chairmen in the various organiza- their Aids. Committee, Carl Johns; Publicity Board to the School Board." swerved into the path of the
6 ajtu Monday. Council by a discussion of the tions and the different communities Committee. Harry H. Rabb; and Commenting on this Sen. Johns Youngs' car a small English
The formal open house ceremony -. sewer project on U. S. 301. Ha- in the county, Harris said. Historical Book Committee JohnA. said "Along with fighting for "station wagon." It appeared as
will be broadcast from 6. zen advised the Council that. Torode. the schools and school teachers, had
though Thompson put on
to 8 p.m. Sunday Feb. 23 I planning for the project should ISSUED under my Hand and Seal on this date of Scenario writers of the John I have fought long and hard for brakes causing him to swerve

I be; started to that work could begin limits Lifted r;, i February 22, A.D., 1957 in Official Chambers at the R. Rogers production companyare our local hospital which I am Musgrove said. Thompson's car

Tune I in conjunction with the four- City i Hall of Starke, Bradford County Florida. already at work on the historical certainly proud of and' I think continued acrora the road and
Holiday laning project. spectacle that will highlight the majority of the citizens of landed on its top in a ditch.
The Council felt that the master On Tobacco Soil Wm. T. (Billy) JACKSON the Centennial Week with Bradford County are also proudof Thompson was thrown about 15:

plan was needed to provide Mayor City of Starke, Fla. performances nightly at the I It. feet from the car.

For Policemen information on how this new ad- high school stadium.In Supports Hospital Thompson was transferred to
dition and others would affect Bank "I certainly do not want to
ProgramSoil # authentic costumes, charac- the Jacksonville hospital Tuesday
the present sewer lines. In the Mrs. Sherwood Is AcquittedIn teristic of various periods duringthe see the operation of this hospital end died about 5 a.m. Wednesday.
MayorMayor discussion it was broughtout curtailed by taking from
Urged By century past and the pro- away This the third death to occuras
I that some of the lines lead- Bank benefits for tobacco gressive the hospital board all of the race
Auto Crash Case HereMayor present, a huge cast will the result of crasher on Brad-
ing to the disposal fanners to track "
plant were began loosen up last portray the struggle, adventure, money. ford County highways this year
W. T. Jackson Tuesday already overloaded. week with the announcement romances and heroic lives of the The senator said that he recognized and the fourth death within three
night asked the City Council to Presents Plan that. all farmers with a tobacco W. T. Jackson Monday in Mayor's (Court found rugged pioneers who founded the need for increased months.

loosen up' on its policies on the Charles E. Richheimer, a repre- allotment could come under the :Mrs. Betty Sherwpod not guilty of reckless driving and and developed our historical teachers' salaries and congratu- Thompson a native of Lawtey.was .
use of a relief man as he pluggeda sentative of Reynolds, Smith and program and this week the Ag- causing an accident after City Attorney Arch Thomas Jr. heritage. The spectacle will be lated the association for propo- employed in the maintenance

program of allowing policementime Hills. attended the meeting Tues- ricultural Department completely advised the court that the city did not have sufficient evidence presented on a vast stage, 350 sing an increase in the salariesof department at the University of
off for \1olidays.The day. In a letter he had writtento pulled'out the with the
feet in lunch
length and will be en- room workers, secretaries Florida. His parents were the
mayor's proposal met the Council he outlined the announcement that the farmerscan or witnesses to pursue a case against her.
hanced with beautiful scenery janitors, and bus drivers late Mrs. Lou Stokes Thompsonand
with little encouragement from company's proposals. put up to 100 per cent of Thomas recommended that the it didn't make any difference to and special lighting effects. "because they are certainly underpaid Sheldon H. Thompson who
Council members who pointedto (Continued on Page 8) their allotment in the soil 'bank. mayor either dismiss the case or him, but quickly changed that There will be inspiring choral I, ." lived at Lake Butler.
the need for economy as the Previous to this announcementthe return a directed verdict of not statement by saying: and instrumental music along I "I will probably support 90 Survivors are his wife. Mrs.

reason for the tight check on BHS Quintet amount the farmers could put guilty on the grounda that the "I'd like to see her found with organ interlude accompaniment -' per cent t>f the school teachers' Ruby Harris Thompson of Starke;
police overtime and time off. into the program was limited tc only witness who positively testified "but Colon and Claude
guilty. This statement was apparently to supply the mood and program, he said I just three sons,
The mayor said that the policemen Drops 2 Games one-third of their allotment or that Mrs. Sherwood failedto prompted 'by the know- atmospheric background for the do not believe in committing my- both of Gainesville, and Charles
haven't been allowed three acres, whichever was stop at the stop sign was ledge that a conviction of Mrs. historical episodes. self to any program or any bill Thompson of Starke; two broth.

time off for legal holidays and greater. Jimmy Sim Montgomery driverof Sherwood would aid Montgomeryin Chairman Andrews praised the until I have had ample time to ers, I. B. of Lawtey and M. L.
urged the Council sanction his The Bradford High Tornadoes Mrs. Mildred Sapp Bradford the other car in the crash. any civil suit or insurance spirit of cooperation that he ha c look over the bill and study its Thompson of Jacksonville; five
proposal to permit use of the Tuesday night watched the office manager for the Agriculture Thomas said that Montgomery's case arising out of the wreck. met in all while provisions." sisters Mrs. W. J. Wilkinson,
quarters liningup
relief man so that the men Fernandina quintet pull away Stabilization and' Conservation testimony should ''be disqualified Rule Unacceptable committee and Open Book Mrs. D. W. Starling, Mrs. A. C.
could have the time off. from them in the last quarter of Committee, was notified of because the youth had admitted Thomas immediately asked the asking to chairmanships in various Reviewing his record on school Pearce. and Mrs. H. T. Bennett
The new worker policies laid what had been until that timea the new policy in a telegram during the trial that he would! mayor to rule Montgomery's testimony departments."I people. serve legislation Sen. Johns said, "My ::all of Lawtey and Mrs. Seebe
down at the last Council meet- nip-and-tuck ball game to win from O. P. MacArthur ASC like to see Mrs. Sherwood found I I unacceptable on the haven't had to turnus record is an open book in regardto I Harris of Starke.

Ing sparked the mayor's propo- 63-45, the second loss the Brad- i Florida adminstrative officer. guilty. ItMontgomery grounds that "the interest and down yet" the anyone chairman said. the support of school legisla- Funeral services will be held in
sals. These policies listed seven ford boys suffered the past week. 'r' Mrs. Sapp said that only a few Fined prejudice of. the witness is boundto "I find more than willing tion and I would put my record, the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at 2
holidays on which workers wouldbe Last Friday night they could- farmers in Bradford County Montgomery 18, was convictedand overcome his oath." everyone in fact, to do up against any member of the p.m. today (Friday) with the
given the day off. n't seem to catch up to SantaFe would realize benefits under the fined $100 by Mayor Jack-' "It's up to the court to decideif eager State Legislature." Rev. Curtis Harris officiating.
what make
to Starke'sCentennial
"Since the rules were enacted in points scored. trailing all new policy since most of the tobacco mn last week after a heated two the testimony is to be ac- celebration can the He said that "some 'remarks Burial will follow in the family

by the Council, I shouldn't have the way as they were defeated allotments after the recent hour session of Mayor's Court. ceped" he city attorney advised est in its I confident great- have been made at your asso- plot in Elzey Chapel Cemeterynear
even bothered asking." thaijnayor 55-45. 20 per' cent cut are less James B. Clayton, Montgomery's Mayor Jackson-At that point the that it will history.be that.am ciational meetings in regard to Lake Butler. Active pall-
said.The Against Fernandina the half than three acres. The tobacco attorney filed notice that he mayor began questioning Mont- % just Representative Conner and me bearers will be nephews of Mr.
Coundlmen, though not time score was 28-27 in favorof allotments in the County totals would appeal the case., gomery himself.I not being friendly to the schools. Thompson.
opposing time off for the men. Fernandina. In that con- 247.64 acres. The cases against Montgomeryand reply to the Mayor's questions Charges Dropped (Continued on Page 8)
resisted the idea of having to test Charles Noegel and Jimmy Mrs. Sapp reported Wednesdaythat Mrs.: Sherwood arose out of Montgomery said that he

pay an extra man. Councilman Hobbs tied for high score honors 51 farmers have signed a Sunday morning crash at the first saw the Sherwood car whenit On Condition He :. "
joe Andrews 'HI reminded the with 13 points each. Soil Bank agreements, an in- intersection of Pratt and Broad- was halfway down the block .g'
mayor that the police department Against Santa Fe, a team way streets on Jan. 20. from the inter ction. < ':; (
crease of 39 over the original 12 Doesn't ReturnPublic .
budget was already running over which the Tornandoes have defeated Wanted Conviction Thought Would Stop t:4i '
who were able to get a share: FP' ; (
In the amount set up for the in two previous outings of the first $6,000 allocated under During the questioning, the "Did you keep your eyes on it ; :
automobiles, and urged that the Noege\ was again high man with the Feb. city attorney asked Montgomeryif all the way to the intersection?" intoxication and disorderly
"line-up" procedure on !
department practice thrift. 20 points. he would rather see Mrs. Sherwood the mayor asked. Montomery replied conduct charges against
The Councilmen questioned the The girl's squad suffered their "cleared or found guilty." that he didn't but glanced a man were dropped last week
mayor about shifting the policemen second loss of the season "Tues The 51 agreements signed will The youth at first replied that (Continued on Page 8)Woman's after the man promised he would I1'i'f'
around so that time off day night when they were defeated account for $29,000, Mrs. Sapp not return to Starke.
said. The farmers still have unti1! 11iffi
could be allowed. But the mayor by Santa Fe, 5142. They When the case was broughtup ,
maintained that all of the men had been tripped up on Feb. 9 March 1. to sign agreements and Clubbers March SundayIn in Mayor's Court Monday v ;- _

(Continued on Page 8)) by only one point when they lost those farmers who have already Mayor W. T. Jackso'n said the
to Baldwin 40-39. signed up. but could put more man, J. T. Wells, had been released -
On Fee. 12 the girls came back acreage under the program under Campaign To Swell. ..Heart. Fund on the condition he would r .
Brooker Tract the new policy can sign a new leave the city. '
strong to beat Green Cove
I The Heart be the march 3 U I I
I Springs 64-45 in a game in agreement she said. Sunday Army will on starting In other action a $50 bond .
Brings $75,000A which they scored 16 out of 18 The new policy affects Coun- at '2 p.m. Sunday. Feb. 24. Members of the Starke Woman's posted by L. D. Beard of Heil- il; i '4 1

free throws. In this contest San- ties with allotments of 2,000 Club, assisted by the Little Women will cover the communityin bronn on a charge ,of driving

tract of land containing approximately dra Strickland was high scorer acres or less, with certain restrictions a door-to-door drive to swell the total of the 1957 Heart while intoxicated was forfeited

850 acres was re-I with 31 points. placed on those coun- Fund. when Beard failed, to appear in

cently sold by Everett Gainey of I Against Santa Fe Jackie Pre- ties with allotments greater Heart Sunday marks the peak of the Heart Fund drive court. Mayor Jackson said that

Brooker to A. F. and Mildred vatt set the pace by scoring 21 than that.Sasser. now being conducted throughout the nation, and gives every the policemen should have pick- -
ed up Beard's license also, but the
McDavid of Pompano Beach. This points. local resident an opportunity to strike a, personal blow' against City Councilman I. R. Clark left. Street Supervisor S. R. Hicks
license could not be located. The
was a $75,000 cash sale and one The girls will play their last ResignsJ.
heart disease Mayor told Police Chief W. E. right, and Edwin Smith complete erection of a sign at the corner of
of the
of the largest recently recordedin home game season against
this area. Lake Butler tonight (Friday). A. Sasser Bradford County The local chapter makes two requests of residents of Brad- '1'ho' ton to pick up the license North Court and Jefferson streets designating North Court aa a

Mr. McDavid is a dairyman in The boys team also playing, jailer. has submitted his resignation ford County: 'First please welcome your Heart Sunday volun- from Beard. : northbound one-way street. The City Council recently authorized

Pompano Beach and is presently Lake Butler tonight will return I to be effective March 1. Sas- teer when she rings your doorbell and give generously for every Bonds of $25 were forfeited by this action, ,along with angular parking on the west side of the

keeping cows in pasture on this I to the BHS gym Tuesday night: ser said he plans to retire, and I member of the family. Secondly, think of all the hearts you James ),{Mastelle on a speeding street, on the request of the' County Commission. Combined with

land. It is known to many as the! to meet P. K. Yonge. The girL I will stay'on at the jail' after: love and give to your heart's content" charge; Eugene Thompson speed- this project Is the reservation of six parking spaces for courthouse
Hazen farm near Brooker. wind up their season at Ocala I March 1 if a replacement has not ing; and Matbier Wallace Negro, '
without driver's license. use three for the sheriffs office and three for visitors.
Tuesday night been found. driving a




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editorialCity's Farmer's 1357.
$5.. Bradford County Hospital an cnounces' each week for four conseeu- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby
They're putting out fertilizer the following births: :relecrap ive weeks in the Bradford County Clerk of the Circuit Court

I By'Sam McGairry around Brooker and raising &(r. and Mrs. James Kenneth Dated this 2Sth day of January By Marian U Crosby Deputy%/1 4t1 Clerk%
Centennial Should clouds of dust at the same time. Holder of Raiford, a son, James I-
It is too to do .
dry anything now. Edward, Feb. 6.
fine shower was on the way, butit but what is a"'farmer going to Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie L. Grif- New Electric Service Charges A

Spark Needed Improvements did not materialize.. do when?it Is time to get readyto fis of Raiford, a daughter Glen-
plant da Kay: Feb. 6.
Recently after a tragic train-auto smashup One man who has raised a.lot Mr. and Mrs. James Howard FOR

that took the life of a young Bradford Countianat of berries in this county had Saw lots of potatoes being Waters of, Starke a son, Wil
the spur track crossing south of Starke on this to say about the present planted on_ the road between liam*Howard Feb. 7. STARKE. AND VICINITY

State Road 100 we focused attention, by word plight of the berry crop: "About Green Cove Springs and St. Au- Mr.. and Mrs. Riley Sweat Jr.
90 cent of'the trouble this
conditions at the pei gustine. The growers there are of Starke, a daughter. Lisa June
hazardous RATES ARE FOR
and picture, on season has been a lack of enough ONE MAN FIRST HOUR OR
about bed,
Looks like the berry growersare flooding ; every ipth Feb. 9.
crossing including dense undergrowth rain. Berries like a lot of water FRACTION
and it looks like
they have"pro
Mr. and Frank Ilgen of
their. troubles
view-obstructing billboards. We advocated the having again and they haven't had it this season -
visions made for drainage, too. Keystone Heights, a son, Feb. r
elimination of these hazards and the constructionof this year. County Agent George ." 12. Starke
where several Huggins was called out this weekto *
at this crossing,
stop signals Almost got a good picture this
deaths in recent inspect a number of patchesnear All you farmers who want to DAY
other persons have met their which infested week. While riding out on SR- THE RIGHT POINT for the -$4.00 NIGHT $6.00
Lawtey are keep records of your expensesand
with leaf spot and other diseases. 225 past Bill Reddish's pasture, way you write. Come in and select -
years.Last week, it was heartening to note that a income can get a fine book saw something that made us your favorite ESTERBROOK Lawtey, Kingsley Lake & Hampton
for that purpose from George Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH
start has been made on the work necessary to Harold Norman has leaf spotin slam on the brakes and grab the '
of his and he has tried Huggins. We found it very help- DAY $6.00 NIGHT
make the crossing safe for motorists. Some planting, .camera. Bill has a fine feed NOTICE TO APPEAR $10.00
and trees that had hidden trains dusting with various chemicals ful to keep a record of our in- I. Ctralt C..rt, Bradford C...tr
the underbrush trough for his cattle; it is up Florida I. CA.eery.Steve .
from view have been cleared away, and we hope without beneficial results. That come and butgo, as it eliminatesguesswork but there Ferentlnos, Plaintiff. BettyP. Brooker & Keystone Heights
high, way up' big as
is is one of the faults of the 90's, and a person can tell Ferentinos, Defendant.
feel the job
that those responsible Case No. 102014Vtlre
weakness the leaf life, was a great big'hog, daring
their for spot
billboard directly obstructing the how much (or how little) he is To AppearTo DAY $10.00 NIGHT
finished.A large which stunts and sometimes kills the cows to try to put him out. : Betty P. Ferentinos whose -
view, is still there and the need for a stop signal the making: residence and address is: Unknown. # ____
S5 But just as we raised the camera, You are n.r.oy notmea cast a
device is still as great as ever. suit for divorce
Visited the Public Library at he jumped out and made tracks. baa been filed against you in the MASTERS ELECTRIC SERVICE
Whether the action taken toward clearing up George said he inspected other Starke (which is sponsored by We couldn't figure put how the tuuve named Court and cause and
of are required to'aerv. of
which show you copy
the crossing was in response to our editorial or patches signs the Woman's Club) and was delighted rascal got up there in the first your answer or pleading to the complaint MOENCH ELECTRIC SERVICE
the result of too evident need for such nematodes, or some other pest. with the new quarters, place! on the Plaintiffs_ Attorney
merely a He said the plants are loaded H. C. Baldwin, J' o. Box 10*,
know. But matter what the the selection of books, and the Gainesville. Florida
do not WELLS
we with small dried up berries, and and file the original In the office of
cause these efforts in a right direction.shouldbe that some of the leaves are dying friendly atmosphere there. We YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- the Clerk of, the Circuit Court on or
are old fashioned enough to pre- before the 4th day of March, 1357:
commended. brook prase-size fountain pens in otherwise the allegations of said RED SEAL ELECTRIC
fer reading to any other private pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Brad Complaint will be taken a* confessed ,
We would also like to remind our readers of entertainment; some folks say by you.
R. F. Demorest, who has a ford County Telegraph. This notice shall be
conditions that have been and published .
other local needs and they haven't time to read

spotlighted in past editorials, but which are still small Starke,planting had trouble of berries with some-in that at a time when most people c _.. .
attention to them, and have' more leisure than at any --
with us. Only by thing eating his berries. Afterhe -- -
keeping them constantly in mind can we hope to raked off the mulch and dust- time, in history.. S e l FRESH FIRM CRISPLETTUCE ICEBERG

have them eventually solved. ed with DDT, the uninvited
Kerosene on the heads of chick- .

Some time ago we advocated changing the guests his fruit.stopped The pests their were gobblingon discovered ens is supposed to be good to ,
method of electing city councilmen so that in-
to be pill bugs. get rid of lice, but one well-
all the candidates together in .
stead of lumping known businessman of Starke, tell
one group, a separate division would be designatedfor Visited with Dan Starling, who who was raised on a farm here

each council vacancy to be filled in a parti- was busy irrigating his patch of near Lawtey, tried to take a
cular election. In this way, each candidate, berries. Dan is using the flood ut
short-cut by dunking the chick- f./ a tll
whether incumbent or newcomer, would qualifyto system of irrigation; he floodsan i : \1
alley at a time. While we en's head in the coal oil! He fixed t a 1
run in a particular group.In .
were talking, it looked as if a the lice, but he also cured the -
the last city election held in Starke, 133 LARGE
"single shot" votes were cast meaning that A,'rto':" "'"

133 voters went to the polls and voted for only 2 HEADS
From where I'm Joe farshHomecomin' 9C
one man in the Council race. By this act they ,

demonstrated what they were not interested in I FOR

the make-up of the Council as whole, but were

voting merely for one man at the expense of all

other candidates on the ticket. We deplore an f 4 \ Ir" SY1

election system that permits such a practice, and .,...... 4
advocate a change because single-shot votes ..
give an unfair advantage to the candidate who Seems as if things have changed kind of people. People that don't EXTRA FANCY CHERRY REDRhubarb .'.
here in Florida these past do much tellin' and people that
receives them and have the effect of nullifyingvotes twenty years. I know 'cause I'm don't like to be told. We like to
of citizens who comply with their full civic finally coming back here td live. make up our own mind abouta
duties by voting for the required number. Hav- Now I guess I'm like a lot of( lot of things such as where, C
we'll to the movies, what,
people. I keep telling myself tl go
ing Council candidates in separate groups wish I'd stayed here 20 years brand we smoke, and if we want' 29
would eliminate this evil. ago and bought up some of that to get together for a friendly LB

With City elections to choose a mayor, land at two dollars an acre. glass of beer.
They tell me tho that land is 1 know a lot of you folks know
city clerk police chief, and two city councilmen still a good buy even at these me but from now on I'll be
coming up this fall, and since an act of the fancy,new prices. One thing for right here in Florida. I'll be '
Legislature, which meets in April, would be sure that hasn't changed in stoppin' through your town one
Florida and that's people. I do
needed to inaugurate such a system, we feel like the people. day. FANCY GARDEN FRESH

that right now is the time for City officials, to Everyone is most helpful in ad- ttlALt} .
begin considering changes in our election systemto visin' me and makin' kindly 8' tfoi

provide for Councilmen running in groups. suggestions-when where I'm sittin I that ask.makes From IONA BRAND GIANT SIZE POLE BEANS S LB 12cCRISP'TENDER

There are several other changes and improve- for good: livin'. These are my

ments that have been advocated in the past year yrigld,1957 1-nilcJSlatet Gres ers FounJalwn

or so the attainment of any one of which would WESTERN

be a fitting achievement for Starke during this _A_


There's the matter of a swimming pool for 13c

Starke another one of our needs that has d rt\\

been spotlighted in the past and is especially OF G.E AUTOMATIC BURRY'S

urgent now, since the National Guard area on WASHERS BRINGS YOU OATMEAL 9"oz
the south side of Kingsley Lake has been closedto 1-LB COOKIES 21c

the public. We were pleased to note that the "S IS. 2
Junior Woman's Club( recently adopted the con- CANS NABISCO.

struction of a swimming pool as one of their RITZ CRACKERS '-"' 37c

major projects. Since then we have heard little .

more about it and we're wondering* how the DOG FOOD

"Juniors" along with their ambitious
are getting
venture. It is just possible that they might needa NEW 1957 DELUXE AUTOMATICWASHER .IDEAL llbcan 2 for 21

little encouragement from other organizati'-ns
and individuals. Let them know you're behind ANN PAGE KIDNEY FOAMING CLEANSER .
their efforts. A new swimming pool would be a :.. : : !l>. A-JAX 14-oz can 2 for 2Sc

wonderful Centennial year achievement for Iipiicpmoi
es ;

Starke.ables Among are these the other: things on our list of desir- ." .,::;.... <: ....... BEANS29C DETERGENT VEL large 3ic
,$"Chalet? ef 1 !. 15 .Imil. W tliptriftdi -
A new census for Starke taken during our -automatically 9041 into DETERGENT FAB giant 75'
Centennial year rather than waiting for the pin, rinit and final rinse periods.
next Federal census in 1960. Starke has been DETERGENT

smarting too long under the sting of its 1950 \. yap.

census figure of 2901. Many felt that this was : 80 K 1-LB LIQUID VEL large size 89C

too low a figure even at that time, and now it 3
most assuredly is. Since 1950 Starke has extended CANS CASHMERE

its city limits and conservative estimatesare $ BOUQUET bath bars 2 for 25C

that the town now has between 4.000 and .. \

5,000 residents. And yet, we must struggle along DEODORANT
1960 with published population MODEL WA-350P .-..
until after a WITH TRADE !!f!=3&m bath bars for
figure of 2,901. This hurts the town in many ;::;;:: Quick-Frozen Grade "A" Dressed and ZEST SOAP > 2 39c.

ways, especially when it comes to obtaining FINE F..JRES. ..
money for new home or business construction. CHECK THESE 1..ttll Drawn Large Fat Tender FOR AUTOMATIC HASHERSHENS

Recently the fast-growing town of Perry, to Big 8 Ib. capacity lyAD DETERGENT giant size
Easy top loading 4 TO S LB 72C
the west of us, had a new census taken, showingthe HOME OPSff 3 /
Porcelain wastebasket and tub C
present real population, and officials there / CASHMERE
G-E Activator Washing .LB
say it has already "paid off in helping would-be

home builders obtain construction money. Their 5-year Action G-E Protection Plan TRADES SUPER-RIGHT TENDER SELECT BOUQUET reg. bars 3 for 25cBeef

new census cost around 1100. Money well spent,
they say. *MJFI.O "AND wtCOMfLfTl '

A new population figure of say 4,500 LINE OF G I WASHERS EtECTRlC Liver Z5C cL ioirEACII.qua*
would surely be a wonderful Centennial birthday IN Af/X/ OR HAJCH COLORS

present And. for while Starke.we're on the subject of improve- G.' I raiFF APPLIANCES WESTERN LEAN NEW 14-oz for

ments whatever happened to that livestock COMET CLEANSER 2 29c

pavilion project that was being so actively pro PORK, AVG. 3 TO' 5 LBS -

moted by one local organization not too long GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES"The HOOD "33". BLEACH gal 29CSUPERRIGHT

ago? So far as we know there hasn't been any Only Authorized General Electric Appliance

mention of it in recent months. Did it "die on .. Dealer In Bradford County"

the vine," or did someone somewhere along the COR. CALL AND WALNUT PHONE 229 SPARERIBS

line quit pushing? Our neighboring city of Live STARKE FLA.
the benefits of wonderful JANE PARKER LUSCIOUS
Oak is now enjoying a
facility of this type. The question naturally .occurs We Service Everything Vfe Sell .

if Live Oak can do it, why'can't Starke? lb.
And last, but not least how about that 7GGL1C Cy i 4S SaS74 47575' n tiryr S CHERRY

Centennial Clean-up, Paint-up, and Fix-up? 'THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH *
That's where everyone can get in the act. Time .

and tide waits for no man, and little more than S FLO*IDA'S OLDEST EST.-1879 WEEKLY. NEWSPAPER _.r.- -- Prices in this adeffective 8-inch each
two months remain before the big Centennial (I PUBLISHED CONTINOMSLY > through PIES I E S 39'C!
Celebration week in May. "So much to be done, Stores ,
and so little time to do it in," as the saying UNDER THE SAME: MASTHEAD. Saturday, Feb. 23,

goes. But the job CAN be done, if everyone PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY,AND ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS 1957
pitches in and starts not next weekbut THE ACT OF MARCH 3. IS7L.'QSa. .
RIGHT NOW. ...;;., -
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: ,
Mr. and Mrs 1. P. Rafuse. Mr D. G. Wilkerson. 1or. and spent Sunday with the Dave Tan- tttltttlttmltnlttmI Ham and Joann Carter, children two weeks there with relatives. Raleigh Brannena
Mrs. Wesley Thomas of Hender- Mrs. D. J. Ballentine visited the ner" family. of Mr and 101rs.. W.;D. Carter;I :Mr and Mrs. Donnie Hugh ,Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Moore of

LAYTEYB % sonville, N. C. arrived Sunday Wilkersons on Sunday.Mr. Miss Patricia Spears of Jack- HAM PT ONB7 Frances Lott daughter of Ill.11rs. Crawford are the parents of a Archer Mrs. Florence Moore of
to spend a few days -with her and Mrs.. Fonzo Prevatt sonville was the weekend guest and F. P. Lott; Mike Eiland daughter born Sunday, Feb. 17, Starke _and Olrs. T. F. Brown
son of Mr and 1lrs. B. B. Eiland; at St. Vincent's Hospital In Jack- of Hampton were Sunday visitors
father, Fred Moore and family and family and Rev. McKinney of Mr and 1olrs. Luther Hilliard 3lrs. D. E. I1W.u
Mrs. Joyce T. FetchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL Charles HInson, son of 11r. and sonville. at the J. J. Brannen home
while her mother is In the hos- visited Mrs. Senie Prevatt Sunday and family.
&&&&&&AA &AAA..... Mrs. Henry HInson; Lawrence
pital. afternoon. of., Mrs. Mae .A.YWA ,Mrs. P. A. McDonald of Albany Mr. and Mrs Vernon Forsythe
Sunday guests Meng, son of Mr, and Mrs. Fran- I
As Mrs. Carrie Norman and Rev and Mrs. Jim. Lingerfeltof Mr and Mrs. O. J.Anders and Wells and Mrs. Martha Bales Presents Fashions cis' Meng Carlton Smith Ga.. is visitIng in Hampton of Savanna.1\ Ga. spent the
her brother, GrUf Phillips,were Live Oak were sunday ,dinner Billy spent the- weekend in Pa- and daughters were Mrs. Ruth For Baptist \\IU Meeting of :Mr and; III's. Leroy Smith, son With her sister-in-law, Mrs. By-II weekend here With their parents,
going to Tampa to visit 'Mr.arld guests of the Otis Brewer family. latka with Mr and Mrs. James Barthlow and olrs. Effie Mae Five YWA members presented and otis and Odessa' JoIe1ton. num PerkInso Mr and Ilrs. Joe Forsythe and
.Irs. Eddie HIlliard last Mrs. Lynn Hamilton and :Mrs. Anders. Green and daughter of Middle- a fashion show illustratIng ideals children of Mr. and 1Irs. Lonnie Miss Maggie Johnson is visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Jones.

week the car brakes locked at H. H. Hamilton were shopping Mr. and Mrs. Mose Wiseman burg and Jotrs. Louis H. Hill of of YWA girls for 1957. for the Melton. in Palatka with her sister John Parker received word here

an Intersetion and their car In Jacksonville last Saturday. and family of Green Cove spent Starke ,Hampton Baptist MID program From Theressa there Linda I Mrs. Annie Conway and to visit this week that his son J. O.

turned into a ditch. Neither was Mr and Mrs. Clifford 'Johns Sunday \\jth Mr. and Mrs. Tex Miss Nancy Summer was a Thursday evening, Feb. U, at Sue Batten, daughter, of was Mr and,I her nephew George Conway who Parker, who has been in the hos-
burt but they came home on and daughter of Jacksonville Wilson. weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. 'the home of 1ors. Milton ofisner. Mrs. Earl Batten and from near II is confIned to the hospital there pital In Coral Gables was able

Saturday driving a new car. visited Mr and Mrs. Earl Mosley Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs. Floyd Parrish In Lake Butler. .: Commemorating- the 50 years"Keystone Heights there were I following a fall. to go back home to Homestead

Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp bad last Saturday. Ed Carter were Mr and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Eunice and lof Young Women'io Auxiliary, Harry and Edith Ann Baker, Ray Cox of Starke, son of Mr. this week. ,

as guests last week her brother The Allan Hart family and Arnold Valenti, Mr and 1olrs. family were Sunday guests of thg program was presented by children of Jolr. and Mrs. Harry and Mrs G. C. Cox entered Doc-
Will Burney of Starke and her Mrs Nancy Keene carried Mrs.J. Nick Pope, and Mrs. Robert Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harris in Misses Iris :McCullough, NeD Baker; and Billy Stapleton, son tor's Hospital In Starke last Sunday CARD OF THANKS

son. Everett, of Jacksonville. W. Hart to her borne in Bell ''Myers and daughter of Jackson- Maxville. Williams. Brenda Sue Hinson, of Charley Stapleton, for treatment. The children of John Wilkinson -
this weekend. They visited Rev. Avoy Williams, and their 1olr. and lIrs. George Saxon re-
Mr and Mrs Harold Norman vi11e. coun-
:Mr and Mrs. Josie Starling These children, as well as their wish to thank Dr Felos for
and Mrs. Forsyth at Heilbronn selors, :Mrs. Misner and Mrs turned Saturday to' their home
and sons spent the weekend Rev and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson and daughter Geraldine, 1olrs. parents, are to be congratulated his wonderful service and many
as they were returning borne on and moved to their MarvIn Faile. Mrs. C. 1. Cooper, In Hampton after an extended
family for this outstanding achievement. thanks to the wonderful friends
with Mr and 1olrs. Leon Norman Inez Kelly of Starke and :Mrs.
Beach Holland
WMU in
the devo-
sunday.The home in Starke last president gave stay Pompano
Saturday.We Jacksonville Three students from Hampton and neighbors for the expressions -
in Miami. Little Shelia Norman Vemie Padgett family had James Starling of tloI1a\ for the evening. Payne who accompanied them
hate to lose this fine family last weekend with James Elementary School have with- of kindness and sympathy,
stayed With her grandparents, as guests during the weekend from our community.Mr. spent Starling at Fort Benning, Ga. Plans were made for a covered I drawn and returned to their I home, returned to Pompano Sun- food, and flowers given us dur-

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Davis and and Mrs. Leon Brewer and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynolds dish supper and program to study former home in Bristol, Va.. Mrs. 'day.Mr. ing the sickness and death of
family of Jacksonville, 1olrs. Nan- family of Keystone Heights were and son and Mrs. R. W. MosleySr. Home :Mission" during the Annie Perkins said Yvonne Elaine, and I and .1\lrs. Dennis Brannen'of our beloved father May God
cy Padgett and Mr- and 1olrs. Al- Sunday guests of Mrs. Autie dinner Armstrong Week of Prayer. Ronnie Dakin are the students Lakeland and Miss Jessie May richly bless each and every one
were sunday guests
bert Oliver of Maxville. Brewer March 48. Members will meet who transferred children of Mr. and 1olrs. W. T.
COLONIAL Brannen of Bartow were unday you. -
of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Reynolds
and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt
Mr Miss Juanita Fanning spent is Baldwin. at 6 p.rn. on Thursday, March Mr and Mrs. R. W. Spitze who I visitors in Hampton' with the Nazworth.
and family attended a birthday 7. at the church for
Sunday with Miss Lynette Dixon had been living near Keystone
dinner for :Mrs. Ernest Souther- in Brooker. Mr and Mrs. H. C. Crews and! the meeting. Heights. I ---- _'!;-, -- ---.-
family and ,Mr. and .Mrs. Glenn
land at the Southerland Home
Sunday guests of Mrs Mary Eighteen members and guests Valentine parties were a high.
Crews of Largo, spent the week-
In Lake Butler on Sunday. present for of last week at the school 1
Reddish were Mr and Mrs. Roy were Thursday night light .
end with their Mrs. .
L. C. Gasque spent Sunday
PHONE 218 Reddish and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby the meeting. Refreshments of Each class had refreshments toI
with Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Dixon Commodore Crews. On Sunday H. I
cake, ice and coffee the Valentine
Reddish of Webster Mrs. Eve cream were accompany opening -
in Brooker.Mr. Godwin of Starke, Mrs. Nellie C. carried his mother and sis- served by the hostesses Mrs. "mailboxes" on Thursday,I II
and Mrs. Norman Hamilto ter to visit their father, Commodore I er'VICeAll
( ) Osteen of Tampa, and Mfs. Lou Misner, and Mrs. K. 'B. Watter- Feb. .14. and several parents were
of Jacksonville visited Mr. and Crews, in W. T. Edwards Next .
of the
I Norman of Heilbronn, Mr. and son. regular meeting I present.
Mrs, H. H. Hamilton Saturday I Hospital Tallahassee.Mrs. .
will be March Personals
Mrs. C. 1. Hilliard, Mr and Mrs. group Thursday,
FLOWERSFor evening. Bryant Reddish, and Mrs. Jimmie Les Prevatt and children 14, with Mrs. 'Le.ter Slade and William C. Kammerer 86,
Mr and Mrs Percy Starling Brown Godwin and children of of the State Farm attended serv- Mrs. Lonnie Melton- as hostesses. uncle 'Of lri C. L. May of Work Guaranteed .. Free Estimates
All Occasions of Ocala visited the Wilmont the State Farm. ices at the First Baptist Church 18 have Perfect School Hampton, and Mrs. Mae Sweeneyof
Starling family during the week- on Sunday evening Gainesville visited Fully Equipped ... Dependable
and who had
DISH GARDENS bir.. and Mrs. 1. E. Smith of Attendance 1st Semester -
end. They; all, with Mrs. Nettie Marietta visited the Ernest Raul- Friends of Mrs. Fred Moore Eighteen pupils in Hampton here last month, died Saturday All Makes and Models

POTTED PLANTSPOTTERY Starling, spent Sunday afternoon ersons during the weekend. They will' be glad to learn that she Elementary School finished the Feb. 16. at his home in
with Mr and Mrs. Brooks Star- all spent Sunday afternoon with returned to her borne Monday firr.t semester with a perfect attendance -, Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. Kammerer '

ling in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Cannon in from Baptist Hospital, Jacksonville Mrs. Ola M. Perkins,! and his niece Miss Edna Eayre, CHAS' C. SHEPHERD
Mr and Mrs. V. L. Starling Starke Jprincipal, announced this week. also of Philadelphia, spent several .
Flowers JViredAltlwhere and and the Frank Cruce
family Frank Sutton of Jacksonville Miss Arthurine Blanchard of Those in Hampton were Joanne weeks here with relatives over TV Radio .- Seat Covers Upholstering
family enjoYe4 a picnic at Sampson Slade of Mr. and Mrs. the Chrintmas holidays. Mrs. May
visited daughter
Lake Mr and Mrs. Claude Rowe Jacksonville spent the weekend Phone 239 Starke, Flaa .
on Sunday. on Sunday. J. L. Slade; Bobby, Billy, Henry, and Mrs. Sweeney left Monday I
Mr and Mrs. V. D. Dickinson Mr and Mrs. Wilbur with the A. M' Blanchard ,family and Linda Rhoden, children of for Philadelphia to attend the -
Marsh > -
Nona St. Starke of Jacksonville, and the H. R. Mrs. Carl Rhoden Wil- funeral to about _- --
o burn and daughter of Marianna and Mrs. Palmeri. Mr and ; planning stay '"" ; ;L -
Barratt family of the State Farm
spent Saturday with Mr and were Sunday guests of Mr. and I
Mrs. H. C. Kelly.

Mr. and 'Mrs. Marvin Warren
K"mHere\ of Jacksonville spent Sunday with
.-- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren.

Mr and Mrs. Raymond Williams -
p of Jacksonville were week-

Durban.end guests of Mr. and 1lrs. Ed

The John Crews family had as

Sunday guests :Mr. av.d Mrs.

New Chevrolet J JTaskForce James Crews, Mr. and Mrs. John '. *i:,
{ """ '
: '
I )\ :: : r r'F.'yiy'y'itiiv. 1'arar7.
Crews Jr., and Mrs. Daisy Crews
I all of Heilbronn.
I 57

I Mr and Mrs. Jack Crawford : g ;;,
and family spent Sunday with v c}

% Trucks I Mr Jacksonville.and Mrs. Erwin Muse in : '

I Mr and ilrs. Hermie Kelly
visited Mrs Laura Colley in
Starke last Sunday afternoon.
11r. and Mrs. Howard Norman )
and daughter were Friday eve- 4rwwwiir.

THE ONLY1WICEPROVED ning guests of Mr. and Mrs. y; .. r)
Jimmy Thornton in Starke. .Yv. z

1\1r. and Mrs. D. B. Thomas fiiY' ', .
I ii I and daughter visited Imeson AirPort ': .,};fir a.?.

i in Jacksonville last Sunday. 'LfJ
I Mrs. Wesley Thomas Mr. and
i NEW TRUCKS I' Mrs. Tom Casey and daughter,

and Miss Gayle Moore visited
I Mrs. Fred :Moore in Baptist Hospital -
Economy proved and performance proved I -
I Jacksonville, Sunday after-
G.M. Ground
on the world-famous Proving I
;I noon. ,a ti:,>.i.y}'
and on the Alcan Highway to Alaska
I Mr. and Mrs. Lucky Purser of

in the hands of nearly Savannah, Ga. were weekend wJ: 9NfWffni'i%F'. .. 'rW
Already proved
;dry}( .. :. .. . .r:.,..:, .
..100,000y owners guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. 'nvvir'yt. Y
d/ Wainwright and Clyde. > '
Mrs. Freeman Starling carrie

_, Mr. and Mrs. At J. Starling to 7 Ai..tir.' ':'SX: ; ''2 '' +L ./ t ra.yG

Baldwin on Sunday where they :\ : ;. l.r.Yi::: ,
will visit Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
I Higginbotham. t. 'k u ?.

Sunday guests of the Theodore n1M }.,. ,'.}; : Yy:.yv .,,{;},.... ,
Most modem and efficient I Crews family were Mrs. Estelle '(;: }fi'.. ;" rcy'.'(n'r:. }:j:.r V 4 .(/.t Yy LtY..F
a x '
wer..most advanced truck Latin of Orlando, and Mr. and }; ;I +''C1 ;:y /8.'yl+N
Mrs. Marklee Padgett and son ofMaxvile. >' iy;:: tY;.. v'v:;
I /; <.. .:s;{:.:y { Eti iv
distinctive .
.featutes..most design > ;i a(4. :s a. .
: Friends of Leonard Prevatt
with the only Work Styling will regret to learn that he is a

patient in Bradford County Hospital -
In any ttuck..all proved and where he underwent sur-
ready to work for ul'For .! I gery. ,
Mrs. Cecil Hardee and family

of Highland spent Sunday after-
noon with the Pendarvis family. Lllldjdwasbring '

Mrs. Alice Bradley of Jack-
sonVille spent Sunday With the
St. Clair Griffis family. M1'3.

Griffis accompanied Mrs.. Bradley
to Lakeland on Sunday evening
to visit relatives.
features can be sure ofI I
modem ylou Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bennett

and family of the State Farm Coke"

GeI.a newChevrolet visited day afternoon.Mrs. the L..S. Tanners Satur- e

John Bell and family spent .
I Sunday with Mrs. Ona.Raulerson

in Brooker.Mr. .
and Mrs. Frank Sweat
BI99est Seliers..Ri9 Savers and son of Jacksonville were .

weekend guests of 1or. and :Mrs_

Carl and Mrs.Carter.Woodrow They all Arwood visited \Ir.and ,Those you love love it when you bring home the \vorId's .

family at Melrose on Sunday.Mr. .

'EA and .sons and spent Mrs.Sunday James evening Waters favorite sparkling refreshment the one-and-only Coca- oIa.

with Mr and Mrs. Leslie Sweat

in Mrs.Maxville\Vlley Smith and family With its real great taste and bright little lift, Coke is just the -,

spent Friday_night and Saturday
with Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Starling thing to have around the house f or any and every occasion. \
1 and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sapp
:Mr and 1ors. Antis Kirkland

entertained with a _party honor- I .So be a hero' -.-. bring home. the Coke. .; 'r .
Ing their son, Wayne, on his 11th ; .
birthday 11rs. Kirkland served ..
eccbrea""' .kad..ab : i ,
homemade cake and fruit'p'.lI1ch
CQ 7T a "51 tile Coco-CokI eo.paeJt. _._.
: J to Wayne's 35 guests. J. B. .' -" ;o. ,, ', .. .
; ...1,1- ,. .c .
0 Kirkland and family of Starke : '
were out Of town guests at the : :::K ; "

party.1olr.. ; t :: f : .

and :Mrs. Gary' Buckley _, ; .
and family of Jacksonville were f-- "r. or '
Sunday dinner guests of Mr.

and Mr.Mrs.and Marion:Mrs. G.Crews.F. Thompson / Bring ho th Coke l' '

Only franchised Chevrolet dealers. display this famous frade'mark of Ocala spent the weekend with e
the R.. Co Bryant family.
1olr. and )[rs. Ralph Smart and rooptd

daughters of Jacksmville were

RATLIFF CHEVROLET CO recent guests of Mrs Mattie
Henderson and the Colonel Nas- .. I

worthy family. { andruf6orby 0' '

Stark. :, Fla Mr. and Mrs. Clarence-Mos- ,.. : b, STAKE COCA COLA BOTTLING co.
I ley and family'of

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I II 6 I Lewis D. Haines HIs Woman's Club Slates Keystone Heights Couple UnitedIn Luncheon. Meet Recent BirthsChief

Engaged To Dessert-Game PartyTo Impressive Church CeremonyThe

Ft. Lauderdale Girl Aid Heart FundThe I Attended By 7 Warrant Officer and Mrs. !
William W.
Keystone Heights Commu- ipme of Dr. and Mrs. Donald M. Doying of Kitzengen.
nity Church recreation hall was Christoffers, where arrangementsof Germany announce the birth of 4
Starke Woman's-Club will From Bradford
the setting Saturday evening white chrysanthemums and a daughter Barbara Caroline,
be the scene of a dessertgameparty
this evening (Friday) at Feb., 16, at seven o'clock for the gladioli were used in decorating.The on Feb. 1. Mrs. DOingill be
:a I wedding of Mrs. Gene G. Edel- bride's table was centered Seven members of the staffsof remembered as Miss Caroline
8 o'clock. Proceeds will towardthe
Gladys Moot \ Heart Fund drive. go I I stein and Bert C. Christoffers.The with a three-tiered. wedding cake Bradford County school lunch- Moore of Lawtey and Jacksonville -
Plume 35 sa f : Rev. J. Russell Young pastorof flanked with silver candlesticks and is the daughter of Mr.
6 The party is open to the public the Community Church, offi- holding tall candles Mrs. Dave rooms attended the Florida and Mrs. David W. Moore 2860
1// - and games such as bridge ciated at the School Food Service Assn. Re- Doric Ave.
impressive cere- Davis presided at the punch 'bowl Jacksonville.Mr. .
On Natural Mrs. Loyree Hartmann canasta pinochle rummy and! mony. A program of nuptial mu- placed at one end of the table. gion 4 meeting in Ocala Sat,I Doying is attached to the

Program Palm Beach s sx others will be played with players sic, and the traditional wedding Greeting guests at th\ door Feb. 9. Twelve counties were Headquarters of *he 10th Division *

Beauties PresentedAt Weds In si furnishing their own cards. marches were played by Mrs. J. I were Mrs. A. D. Hutson and represented among the 157 lunch- Surgeon's Section of the U.
There will be for each
prizes Russell Young. !Mrs. Donald M. Christoffers. Mrs.
Woman's ClubThe Mrs. Loyree Hartmann of Starke i table and many door prizes including I room personnel attending.A S. Army.
Palms magnolia boughs tall Charles H. Newman, sister of the
and Joseph Thomas Cocomise of It'L little "Miss Heart Trob" highlight of the meeting wasa
chairman, o'clock baskets of white gladioli and bridegroom kept the guest book.
Conservation Chicago were married at 4 a beautiful 14-inch doll, completewith chrysanthemums, combined with The bride traveled in a two- food demonstration conductedby Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cox of
P. T. Noun was in chargeof afternoon, Feb. 14, in
Mrs. Sunday handmade wardrobe.
the StarkeWoman's and cathedral candles in multibranched piece navy shantung suit, worn Miss Judy G. Gold, Southern Grandin announce the birth of a
at Mr.
home of
the program meeting Wednes- the Palm and in the .I Members and guests are asked candelabra to" form a lovely with white straw hat trimmedin regional dietician with the General son, Edward Benjamin on Feb.

Club week. She Mrs. J. R. Hime to bring their husbands and background for tha ceremony.The navy, and navy accessories.Out Foods Corporation, Atlanta 13 in Doctor's Hospital.
of few
day afternoon presence of a I dates. Tickets be Ga. Also the
may purchasedfrom of town guests includedMr. on program was
who bride entered with her
Mara Payne is the daughterof
Miss Cocomise
presented Mrs. member of the. Wom- and Mrs. Mrs. Thelma Florida
any Dave Davis and Flanagan,
Wonderful Lake brother, pave Davis and wore OFFICE CLOSEDThe
Big B. of City POST
"It's a
John Phillips
sang an's Club or at the door this for her sons of Miami Lt. and Mrs. School Lunch Supervisor with
theme song of Bradford wedding a becoming gownof
World the program and is a graduate .
evening. Charles H. Newman of the State Department of Ed
Hollywood -
Searing at is connected powder 'blue silk and orlon! .1 Starke Post Office will
Burge She
accompanied by also played High School. tr Refreshments will be served I bouffant style with matching Fla.. Mr. and Mrs. M. I. ucation who conducted a panelon remain' closed Friday, Feb. 22,
the Burge with Bradford Furniture Corp-
piano. solo by club members after the I Chantilly lace on yoke and I RUdderman. Col. and Mrs. E. legislation. in observance: of Washington'sbirthday.
"Rustles of Spring a piano oration. Mr. Cocomise is the son :
W. JaccunfW. Mr. and Mrs. Mcs. Sarah A. Hunter directorof .
Mara games. t overlay( on skirt. She carried ar.osegay
accompanied Cocomise
and again of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
I. Richard Hoffman, Louis Bliziote
Trees." ] of tube roses centered the Starke elementary school
"Lovliest of schools
who sang short of Chicago and attended WCTU Luncheon Is 1 with a white orchid. Capt. and Mrs. Felix Wellman, lunchroom said that around 50
Mrs. Nolin also acquired there. He was recently connected
all of Col.
Gainesville and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lamar new recipes were learned at the
University of Florida in Chi- Her only attendant, Mrs. A. D. HERE AGAIN
film from the with Jay Bee Food Mart
Slated For H. E.
on Orchids Bird of Paradiseand \ Braddy of Ft. Lauderdale announce Tonight Hutson, wore a waltz length gown I Ocala meeting some of which
Mrs. John
which I I the engagement of their of embroidered Milner Bradenton and have already been used success-
flowers 1 ( pink polished cotton Fuller Brush
other tropical this week in
After spending
Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Through error it was statedin Roy Campbell,
I fully in the here.
daughter Jenelle to Lewis D. program
Mrs. A. Russell and carried a nosegay of
was shown by the Palm area
last week's that the Mr. Mrs.
Haines II of Ft. Lauderdale paper and Christoffers will
pink sweetheart rosebuds.Dr. attending meeting Sales and ServicesJ.M.RITTER
Cocomise will returnto ,
Norman. and Mrs.
local WCTU would hold lun-
of Starke. a be at their home on Garden
Preceding the program Mrs. make their home here. formerly I Donald M. Christoffers in addition to Mrs. Hunter, were
: cheon last Friday. The article Street, Highway 21, in Keystone I II
C. L. Scholl president, presidedover Miss Braddy is a senior at should have stated that the luncheon
the business meeting and Social Club Holds Southern College, Lakeland, ma- I I would be held this Friday ; best man and Donald Morganwas I Gresham Mrs. Pauline Taylor
Hillendahl the joring in elementary educationand
Mrs. Louis gave Feb. 22, in the Tabernacle an-t' usher. Masons Mrs. Mildred* Lawson, and Miss
J. W. Kincaid is a member of Kappa Delta Meet '
devotional. Mrs. I
the for Valentine ProgramThe sorority. nex. The honor guest on this I Mrs. Bert Christoffers, motherof Rosa Moore all of Starke, and P. 0. Box 855 Phone 3576
gave a report on I occasion will be the state WCTU the bridegroom was attiredin
the May Day Breakfast which Starke Social Club met at Mr. Haines is the son of the Bradford Lodge No. 35 F. & Miss Elizabeth Terry of Law-\
president Mrs. Florence Riggle I an aqua lace gown over match- A. M. will hold its regular meet- Green Cove Springs, Fla
will have as its theme "The Egg St. Edward's Parish Hall last Rev. and Mrs. Lewis D. Hainesof with tey.
of Ft. Lauderdale.All ing taffeta princess style ing Monday night, Feb. 25, at I
and I." She also announced the Thursday night, with square Starke and practiced law as WCTU members and sweetheart neckline trimmed with 7:30 in the
following committee chairmen: dancing and card games high- an associate of A. J. Thomas Jr. soutache braid p. m. Masonic Temple. #
friends of the Tabernacle are invited matching outlined Aaron

decorations Mrs. H. B. Peyton; lighting the evening.The before opening a private practicein with Her of Taylor, Junior Warden Me"9C"th" 111
to be present on this occasion pearls corsage was will conduct the Entered
tables Mrs. Lloyd Green; cloths Valentine theme was car- Wilton Manor Ft. Lauderdale.Mr. pink camellias.The prentice examination. All Master Established 1894 lJ I

for tables Mrs. Guy Andrews; ried out in planning for the pro- Haines attended Wake Forest reception was held at the Masons are invited. I
program Mrs. E. L. Matthews; gram. Following the recreation : College N. C. prior to his graduation -
Garden Club To See
favors Mrs. L. H. Jennings; period the group presented the from Stetson Law Col-

tickets Mrs. Steve Simmons; Rev. W. S. McAliley, acting I lege, where he was a member of Film On 'Gladioli

souvenirs Mrs. P. J. Quattle- president with a valentine birth- I Pi Kappa Alpha social fraternityand

baum; publicity Mrs. Harry day cake and cards signed by Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity. -I A film on gladioli will be shown USEDENMARK'S .

Mooty. the members. Refreshments were during the program of the

Mrs. Scholl announced that served by the hostesses, Mrs. The wedding will be an event Starke Garden Club meeting .

the Sunday Heart Fund Drive Robert Halsall and Mrs. James: of the summer months.Presbyterian Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock

will be held Feb. 24 with club Watson to the 22 members pres- in St. Mark's Parish house. I

members assisting. The club is ent.The Class Hostesses for the meeting will U e anI

also sponsoring a GameParty on members voted to acceptthe be Mrs. M.. Morgan chairman

Friday evening Feb. 22, at 8 offer of the Junior Woman's i Enjoys Hobo PartyThe Mrs. Tyler Jones, Mrs. J. W.

o'clock with proceeds going Club to be hostesses at the March I Ritch, and Mrs. Edna Prevatt.

toward the Heart fund. 6 meeting which will be held in I Young Adult class of the

During the social hour pie and the First Presbyterian Sunday I First Presbyterian Church en- Barbara Crawford

coffee were servt d' by the hostess School building.Methodist joyed a hobo party in the Assembly -
committee: Mrs. Ewell Lawson, ? Hall Saturday evening. Weds Roy Martin

chairman Mrs. Merritt Williams WSCSThe Games, group singing and con- I
Mrs. L. A. Davis Mrs. E. KFerryman. tests were directed by the social Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crawford 1.Y

Mrs. I. E. Clark Mrs. business and program chairmen. Mrs. David :Montgom of Lawtey announce the marriage

George Flynn Mrs. R. F. Young meeting of the Methodist WSCS ery. and Mrs. R. G. Paterson.The of their daughter Barbara Jean,

Mrs. C. R. Williams, Miss Dorothy was held Monday afternoon in group voted Mrs. W. T. to Roy :Martin of Starke.- The ,

Ross and Mrs. C. F. Ward. the church sanctuary with Mrs.C. Jackson Rudolph Sink and David i wedding took place in Georgia

D. Williams president, pre- Montgomery as the "bestdressedhoboes. I on Jan. 21.

Wesleyan GuildUnit siding. : ." Group pictures were #
: :; a;
Circle 4 had charge of the pro taken and the group presented Beta Sigma Phi a :

I, Wesleyan Service Guild gram with Mrs. B. L. Moxley \. the Rev. W. S. McAliley with a I :
will meet Tuesday Feb. 26 at and Mrs. Jack Clements presenting surprise birthday cake and gift. The Beta Sigma Phi Sorority
I will meet with Mrs. David Montgomery -
7:30: p. m. at the home of Mrs. "Deaconesses. and Their Weiners were roasted on s t
I 1000 Powell St., Monday
Paul Bridges. campfire in the church yard .
evening Feb. 25, at 8 o'clock.
Work"J and a supper of baked beans .,
New officers will be installed. :
'buns, hot dogs coffee slaw anc i{ A .
I cake Ay
ii'. was enjoyed. I ..-.- -.... ._. ...... wC
t :: : .
.' '.. :.:.. :.'.
1 WMU Circles Meet ----..- ."-. rs
ill i i r
Meetings of the First Baptist

WMU circles were held this weekas

wWell., it's nice to know that all Hear that a Miami TV sta-!, follows:

these beards are official now tion was "shooting" the Doyle' Daisy Fowler Circle. Mrs. J.
. Mayor Jackson issued his procla- Conner family last weekend for A. Griffin, leader, met Tuesday s F
mation )yesterday decreeing that a forthcoming feature on Doyle j afternoon at the Church pastori- Bradford County Hospital an-

all males in Starke and vicinity as the youngest Speaker of.the j um with Mrs. L. D. Haines hos- nounces the following births:

must start sprouting by Monday House Spotted Carl Johns tess. The meeting was opened Mr. and Mrs. Mack Clayton i

All you girls who have been setting out some of that new with devotion by Mrs. Haines Jones of Starke a daughter

saying "Well thank goodnessmy grass they claim doesn't have to followed with prayer by Mrs. Mabel Kay Feb. 13.

husband hasn't started yet,. be mowed ... If it works I'd Dan Moore. The program entitled Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Uvon

will be singing a different tune surely like to have some about j "Missions" was given by Mrs.J. Thornton of Starke a son, Mar-

before long Brothers of the next August A. Griffin. Reports were given lon Uvon Feb. 14. -
:Mr. and Mrs. James Rice De-
Brush are getting their badges Lillian Stump was hostess at by each chairman. 1 .;
and certificates and are all set a birthday party last Friday genhardt of Earlton a daughter

to go By the way hear that night for sister Marjorie Thom- Dora Alderman Circle Mrs. I. Lucy Ann Feb. 15. ,,..

Rev. Sherwood got the idea for son of. Monticello ... also pres- E. Clark co-chairman met Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Edward

his "mutton-chop" style from a ent was the third Stump sister Tuesday afternoon at the homeof Manning of Lawtey a son, :

character on "Gunsmoke" .. Evelyn Griffin of Ochlocknee, Mrs. J.B. Sapp hostess. The Charles Wayne Feb. 15.
Mr. and Mrs. i'A
and Carr Colley is a dead ringerfor Ga. three tables of bridge meeting was opened with devotion Carlos Normanof :

Santa Claus In a few followed by refreshments by Mrs. Alvarez followed Lawtey a daughter, Frances
Lynell Feb. 16.
more weeks. I bet the kiddies Herlong and Norma Jean Adams'with prayer by Mrs. Clark. Re- :

will start telling him what they were feted at a surprise housewarming ports were given by each chair- I

want for Christmas! party Wednesday night man. Reports were given on the CARD OF THANKS h

Hear Tom Slade Jr. has been ;.with 10 hostesses: Katie Wainwright mission book "Home MissionsU. -We. wish to express our deep

elected president of the Student i. Del Colley Myldred Cut- S. A.," with Mrs. I. E. Clark appreciation for the many wordsof

Council at Southern Tech ... tino Lu Struth Evelyn Griffin and Mrs. L. U. Morgan each giv- sympathy beautiful. flowers

Congratulations! Spotted at Virginia Darby Thelma Lewis ing one chapter of the book. and other acts of kindness in "

the stock car races in Daytonalast Ruth Simmons Patsy Silcox and I our bereavement. The familyof ,+M oafia'.r.c...A.
Sunday were Telfair Long Hope Holliday .. 34 guests enjoyed Helen Masters Circle Mrs. F. Mrs. W. H. Perkins.

and sons, Tom and Dave, Henry bridge and refreshments B. Beard leader met Tuesday .
Richarde Billy Torode Smith Kathleen Conway was elected afternoon at the home of Mrs. e-

DeVoe, Randy Johns Bill Day- Garl Mathews hostess. Meeting
Valentin Sweetheart with
ton. Archie Green Jerome Ed- lyn Cox as runner-up at Mari-I was open with devotion followed 65,000 pounds couldn't harm fhiiBEAUTYREST

wards. Mack McGriff, G. J. Mc- nual .Student Council Valentine I with prayer. Reports were given

Griff Sr., Pat McGriff J. E. Den- Dance in the USO Thursday by each chairman. A very interesting -

mark. Whitey Urquhart, Carl night of last week ... She was talk on "Home Mis-
Marilyn and Curtis Roberts crowned by Nancy Bates last sions" was given by Mrs. Beard

Note that Katherine Tapley is re- year's Sweetheart ... Dean and Mrs. Carter. '

placing Margaret Miller as cash Johns celebrated his 4th birth-

ieh at the A &: P, and Pearl Sil- day last Friday with a party for Lorena Epperson Circle Mrs.F. .

cox is working there as. part several little friends Charles J. Shaw leader met Tuesday ,

time clerk Maggie (after all Chambers was the honor gueston afternoon at the home of Mrs.

these years) 1 is going to work in his 10th birthday Feb. 14. E. C. Priest hostess. Meetingwas

the new bank when 10 fellow Cub Scouts helped open with devotion by; Mrs. Though mashed under the wheels of the new 65,000-lb Reasonably Priced

Prissy Nazworth has heard him celebrate at the regular 'James Lewis followed with prayer Mack,heaviest truck on earth,not one of the 837 individually!

from her husband. Cary who left Den Meeting .. by Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Re- pocketed coils was broken! An Impressive demonstration Your Only Bradford
ports were given by each chair-
recently member for of the overseas Honor duty Guard as of a Hear that Mary Lee Wain- man, Very interesting talks were CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON proving that Beautyrest can really take it! County Beautyrest Dealer

wright (Mrs. N. D.), a former given by Mrs. Priest and Mrs.
the 24th Division in Korea ... I Guaranteed for 10 this famous Simmons mattress -
Callstreeter now living at 2112 Hazen on "Missions." We'll be vacationing in Florida years,

moving Hear that back Mary to Ella Starke Turner from is Monroe St., Hollywood, Fla., Is this winter. I hear they actually lasts for 15, 20 years and longer! And, most im Be4td'f1ut NORMAL.fIRMportont

Ida Darby Circle Mrs. H. M. it superbly comfortable too!rAre enjoyingBeautyrest
Jacksonville this weekend and listed among the 1956 honor have stays you
I. Hatcher met Tues- a new law that specifiesat I n"HlIA EXTRA-fiRM
Jr. leader
will be staying with Alice and members of the American Society luxury sleep? g ---r
Sam Anderson ... Penny Hol- of Composers, Authors and 'day morning at the home of Mrs. least $10,000 _Auto Liability

lingsworth was hostess at a par- Publishers ... She has also been Patsy Silcox hostess with Mrs. Insurance or the possi-

ty last Saturday night for her honored by the Hollywood C of J. P. Dill co-hostess. The meet- ble loss of
driver's license and AT"
weekend guest Minsie McCol- C which cited her in Sept for ing was open with devotion fol- "IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER

skey; of Lake City 20 teen- bringing national and statewide lowed with prayer. A report on auto license plates for 3 yearsin

agers enjoyed dancing and re- recognition to Hollywood ... the book, "Home Missions USA case of an accident. Does
freshments Carolyn Ward Mary Lee writes that she and ," was given by Mrs. Lex Green
in the form of a quiz. Mrs. H. apply to out-of-state
gave a dungaree bop party last Noon will be here for the, Cen-
Friday night at her home in tennial in May Margaret L. Brownlee was high scorer in drivers too? Denmark FurnitureFree Co.

Saratoga Heights the 60 Douglas celebrated her 14th answering the quiz questions.Woodman's .

puests enjoyed hot dogs and soft birthday Saturday night with a

drinks between bops ... party for 20 young' friends ... Circle Charley E. Johns

Maggie Miller Wyolene Bradley I Games and dancing were enjoyed
Florence Plucker Cleone i ,' and the Valentine motif used Members of the Woodman's

Reagan Floyd Boone. and Wm.S. I' in decorating .. Assisting were Circle will meet at the home of Delivery OF STARKE Free Delivery!

Terry will take a training Mrs. Cecil Douglas Claire Douglas Mrs. Wesley Andrews Tuesday & Son Agency
course next week at the Dealers and Louise Douglas ... evening at 7:30 o'clock. Dele- 434 446 W. CALL ST. PHONE 151

&: Growers State Bank in Jax in All for now ... see you in gates will be appointed to attend

preparation for jobs in the soon- the next .. the State convention in Tampaon Phone 13 Starke, Fla.

to-open Community State Bank Caroyln. Apr. 15. ,



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td--J-f -Jsp-r.. .- PJJ Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ainslie
Methodist Men and complete the payment of the 'Unknown.,
of Madison Ga were weekend Award For Best Debaters. full amount of his bid within 24 You are hereby notified that
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Discuss ProjectsThe forfeited.hours. otherwise his deposit shall suit for divorce and disposition

Smith The Ainslies are buildinga This February 21. 1957.A. has of been property filed against Ton in the

cottage on Crosby Lake nextto .. Men's Club of the First J. Thomas, Sr. above named Court and cause and
W. B. SeweR you are required to serve a COP
the Smiths.Mr. Methodist Church
met Monday
J. R. Kelly of your answer or pleading to the
and Mrs. J. B. Dansby and ..:'ii.r: night at *7:30 in the recreation : Commissioners complaint on the Plaintiff Attorney .

children of Perry were Sunday .-..4 ;\. .r. halL During the business session %/!: -t 3/1
.: z Samuel W Cetzen P. O. Box 5)
visitora of :Mr. and Mrs. R. O. .... presided over by the president :NOTICE TO APPEAR Gainesville, Florida
Dansby. Lou Hillendahl Wayne Haines !. Circuit Court. Bradford Oaatr. and file the original in the office ot
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Mrs. J. H. Fields, who has .. reported as chairman of the pro- Patricia Florida Ann IB Cllaa rJ'.Plaintiff or before the 25 day of March
DevIllier ,
I been visiting Mr. and Mrs. jects committee, and the Culver Ray Devillier, Defendant.vs. 1557; otherwise the allegations of
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter and Mrs. Ed Carswell is spendinga group said Complaint will be taken *.
Irs. Effie Johns were in Dade few weeks with her sister, George Powell in Newton, N. C. .:;' 1'S .4. voted to undertake the task of Notice T* AppearTo Case No. 10-2050 confessed by yon.

ty Sunday visiting Mrs. Carrie Mrs. Earline Bussey in Atlanta, the past ten days returned home ; equipping the church with a signat : Culver Ray Devillier, whose This notice shall be publishedonce
Sunday with the Powells who residence is Houma, Louisiana and each week for four consecutive -
the of Jefferson and
who is ill. Ga. corner whose address is: General Delivery, weeks in the Bradford County
Mrs. Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Gainesville are visiting :Mrs. Fields for ten Walnut, in front of the church. Houma, Louisiana. Telegraph.
Sam Anderson and
grand- You are hereby notified that a Dated this 20th of
day Februaf-
.. and Mrs. who broke her wrist recently days.Rev. program was an suit for divorce ,
., Kay Turner. care custody, 1957.
W. S. C. C ?
is stayng with her daughter McAlley, talk by R. E. Edmondson, J. control and support of minor OFFICIAL
Alexander and Mlra Wilma Z : ( SEAL) Charles A. Darb
McAliley and O. E. Stansbury W. Strickland and H. K. child, alimony and suit costs Clerk of the Circuit
in Gainesville :Mrs. Lex Green, and family Tyrus has been filed Court
were visited J. W. Michael at Wabassoon against yea li the By Marian U Crosby Deputy Clerk
.. on ihe Bradford County Hospital above named
afternoon friends. this week. r. .1 .. : and cause and
visiting 2/22 4t
I Harold Ford of Cocoa was visit- Monday.Mrs. .. i Blood Bank. After the talk there and you are required to serve a
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shaw of copy of your answer or pleading to -
ing Mrs. J. H. Fields on Tuesday. Drew Ratiiff entered was a general discussion and the the complaint on the Plaintiff '-- -- __ '_ _____ _. __ J..
and Mr. and Mrs. Roy I Riverside Attorney Alan C. Winter, Jr., 319 _
Hospital on Tuesdayfor members present were interestedin _
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
of Jacksonville were Cooperwere Florida Title Building Jacksonville
ottservatidn. While in the setting up an account in the 2, Florida
relatives in Gainesville
visiting -
guests of Mr. and Mrs. afternoon.Mrs. hospital her children, Mike and name of the church as anotherof and file the original In the office of D ERICTARKE
on Sunday the Clerk
I Jones. of the Circuit Court
on or
E. L. Weaver of Staun- Drew, Jr., are in Jasper with their projects. before the 25th day of March. 1957: '
Mr?. Cleaton Rhodes of Crora and Mrs.O. otherwise the allegations of
ton, Va. will arrive Saturday to their grandparents, Mr. The next meeting will be held I laid FLA.J
Complaint will be
is spending this week with spend ten days with her brother C. Ratliff. I Menders of Bradford High's winning debate team proudly display -t March 18, and all men of the by you. taken as confessed

and :Mrs. Clarence Cooper. and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts and the certificate designating them as one of the two .debating church are invited to keep this each This week notice for shall be published once FRI,, SAT., :MAR. 1-2
Mrs. Flora Bell Nettles at- Curtis Roberts the weekend four consecutive
spent meeting in mind.Economist
F. F. Stump. teams in District IL weeks In the Bradford County Tele DOUBLE FEATURE
tended the funeral of an aunt, Mrs. M. W. Greasier, Starke in Daytona Beach with Mr. S-raph.

Mrs. Minnie Brown, in Lake elementary school librarian, and I and Mrs. E. C. Roberts, and also I ,' To SpeakAt 1957.Dated this 16th day of February, "HOT.SHOTS"

Butler Sunday afternoon. Mrs. R. attended the stock car races. (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby.
J. Iluntz
Demorest, county elementary Hall and the Bowery Boys
Clerk of the Circuit
:Mra W. H. Nollman was in school supervisor, at- Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mathews And Cattlemen's MeetDr. By Marian U Crosby Deputy Clerk :Jot Lansing and Stanley Clements

Sebring on business from :Mon- tended an audio-visual invita- spent the weekend at Ne tune 2/22 4t 3/15

to Thursday.Mr. tional workshop at the FSU Beach with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. ,,' C. C. Moxley, agricultural PLUS-
: and Mrs. E. O. Goodgeand I economist with the Florida Extension NOTICE TO APPEAR.Cirralt .
Library School in Tallahassee Fogg. "Dawn At
.. :.c,,,,'. Service will be the guest n.rt. Bradford Coartj,
family have moved to 636 Thursday: and Friday. I Mrs. John Anderson and son, The Florida IB na. ry-
Epperson street. and Mr. and Mrs. .. speaker at the joint meeting of Joe E. Waters Palntlff.9.. Florence
Patsy Stevens of Jacksonville Johnny, Calhoun Waters,
-- the Cattlemen's Association and Defendant. Rory Calhoun and Piper Laurie
will the weekend with her Charles Parker, all of cocoa, t Case No. 10-2053
I spend were visiting relatives here over I c,',, ',-;.'" Farm Bureau tonight (Friday). \otc. t. AppearTo Plus Serial Chapter 7
BUSINESS grandparents, :Mr. and Mrs. L. D. : Florence Calhoun Waters
Green. the weekend.Mrs. i Best I The program will begin at whose residence and address Is: Cartoon For Kids

OPPORTUNITYMAN 7:30: at the Lion's Den with Bill
Miss Barbara Lance and a C. H. Nasworthy and Mrs.

WANTED WHO WOULD roommate from Charity Hospital, B. T. Thomas spent the weekend Haas and Ben Holtzendorf Jr. SUN., MON., TUES.,

I New Orleans will spend the week- with Mr. and Mrs. James Deaverin -. in charge of the supper. Wash Your Clothes FEB. 24-25-26
LIKE TO OWN HIS Speaker Dr. Moxley will discuss agri-
end with Barbara's parents, Mr. Miami. While there they at
BUSINESS IN" STARKE, cultural conditions as they existin DOUBLE FEATURE"GUNSLINGER"
and Mrs.
M. W. Lance. tended the funeral Saturday of *
9 Pounds
Florida and nation.
This is a good opportunity to Mr. and Mrs. R. Hawkins of Lt. Leslie Starling, brother of
Special plans will be made to
establish a good-paying, year Superior Wis. spent last Friday I Mrs. Deaver, and former resident I COLOR
I join the tour Sunday to see the For 40c!
round business. Will pay earn- land Saturday with Mr. and Mrs., of Starke, who was killed I beef steers which the FFA boys John Ireland, Beverly Garland

Steve Simmons.Mr. recently in France on an Air FREE Bleach If
weekto Desired
ings of about $100 a I plan to show in the area show I and Allison Hayes
and! Mrs. >V. H. Nollman Force Maneuver.
start and ran easily be and sale at Gainesville in April.
were in Orlando last Friday attending Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Payne, I .1 I 3 PLUS"UNTOUCHED"-
doubled. Would require about FritPellum is presented! his certificate for winning the title oi
the Federal Land Auction. have moved to Palatka and Mr. CALL FOR BIDS
$2,000 to handle, which would ;\best debater by C. L. Overturf. debate team coach. February 5, 1957 We Will
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin and Mrs. Chester Wood have
include Sealed bids will be received by Plus Color Cartoon For Kic
equipment.For I were visiting her mother, Mrs. moved into the Payne house on I 'the City Council of the City of "
Bradford High's debating team The girls were particularly proudof 'I Starke, Florida at the City Hall in Dry Your Clothes
further details write: Lola Johnson in Ocala over the Glenn Street. last week won top honors in their victory over the respected ':Starke Florida Until 7:30 P.M. WED., THURS., FEB. 27-iS
weekend.Mr. 10'clock. on Tuesday, the 5th day
Junius Smith Judge G. L. Pat
competition with six other high Robert E. squad.
of which time
March. A.D. 1957 at
P. O. Box 425. Gaine\ille, Fla. and Mrs. W. O. Duval of For 20cIn DOUBLE FEATURE
ten and C. H. Nasworthy attended I schools in a district debate tournament Fritz and Mark dropped their and place all bids received will be

Atlanta were last Friday visitorsof the Rotary District meeting in I at Jacksonville University. contest with Lee but won over the publicly purchase opened of and read aloud for New Automatic Driers! "Crime In The Streets"
Dr. and :Mrs. W. E. Middleton I
I Pensacola from Sunday to Tues For first place the Bradford debaters Palatka, Fletcher, and Williston. One 3/4 Ton Chassis and Cab, .- James Whitmore, John Cassatetf*
and other
frends here. Speed Transmission. 6-Cylinder
I' day.Mr. tied a team from Jack- After a setback in their initial -|I Motor. Standard 6-Ply Tires. Al- S and Sal Mineo
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompsonof and Mrs. Maxie Carter sonville's Robert E. Lee High debate against Palatka, the !I ternate Tires: 8x17% 8-Ply;; I

'I Vinton, Ia. were last Friday Jr. were visiting friends in Day School. girls came back strong to win 8xl9& 8-Ply. One 1947 One-Half PLUS"RANSOM-
Ton Chevrolet Pick-up Truck to
FLORIDATHEATRE I,Crews.visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Leate tona Beach on Sunday. An additional triumph for BHS over Lee, Fletcher and Willis- ,'I City be traded.Light &Can Water be Plant.seen at the TheVasheteria\ !"

K. G. Duncan went to Ten- was scored by Fritz Pellum who ton. I I
Mrs. T. J. Griffin is The said City Council reserves Glenn Ford and Donna Reed
spendingtwo nille, Ga. over the weekend to tied for the title of individualbest Judges for the event were the right to accept or reject any rem Ave.
weeks with Dr. and Mrs. I pIe Stark* Plus Cartoon For Kids
get Mrs. Duncan who had been speaker. Winning this honor seven members of the Jackson- ,or all bids.
C. C. Mendoza in CITY COUNCIL
I ; visiting her sister, Mrs. Roy along with Pellum was Robert ville University faculty, who f!I City of Starke Florida. ., Fp
.and Mrs. J. P. Hazen and P'> Carl Johns, City Clerk ---------p ,
Smith, for several Cullinane of Terry Parker. made their selections on the --- ----- --

family of Ocala were visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lawrenceand Making the BHS victory especially basis of adaptation to opposing I' -!/15 3t 3/1 I IF; '
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FRL AND SAT., FEB 22.23 and Mrs. V. V. Hazen on Sunday. son, Larry, of Hollister were impressive is the fact case.,, analysis, evidence and information -Iin The Circuit Court of Bradford -- -- -- ----- ,-
County, Florida In ChanceryEthel
P DOUBLE FEATUREiLLTHEFURMFTHE :Mrs Ira Harris and children, weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. that the team, jus organized this presentation or speaking I Holmes, Plaintiff vs. Lee

Cary and Karen, were in Brox- Tony Gonzalez. school year, has never before debated 'skill, reasoning and refuta- Roy Kalch Jr., et ai, Defendants.

ton, Ga. over the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis other schools and j !Notice Of Commixftlonrr l"al.1IIi
against i TAKE NOTICE that the undersigned Revival
i her parents. Mr. and Mrs. spent last week in Atlanta. the members have never even tion.The victory of Jacksonville Commissioners appointed by MeetingTHE
Eric Moore. the Court in the above entitled
GREAT APACHiplRSKI V. O. Bridges was visiting rela seen a debate tournament. paved the way for the team to cause, will in accordance with the

Mrs. J. C. Fogg and children tives in Atlanta last week. Members of the BHS winning compete in the Florida Inter- Final Decree and Decree of Sale
; entered by the Court in said cause,
- spent the weekend in Jacksonvillewith Mr. and Mrs. A. Wells Stumpof ] team were Marilyn Cox. Ginger scholastic Debate Contest finalsto separately sell to the highest and

Mrs. Flo Lyons. New York City will be week Jones Fritz Pellum and Mark be held at the University of best bidder for cash, each of the

Sgt. and Mrs. James Rowe of end guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Moore. The question debated Florida March 1 and 2. In this ETadford following County properties, Florida situate, to-wit In::

Columbus, Ga. were home for the Stump while enroute to Miami. was: "Resolved, that the federal tournament, the winners of the I PARCEL 1: Southwest Quarter of HIGHLAND MISSIONARY
Northeast Quarter of :Section' 21,,
weekend with their parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bethel Calahan government should sustain the five districts will compete. Brad I I Township 7 South, Range 22

and Mrs. Hogan Smith and Mr. and daughter, Carol, of Algood I, prices of major agricultural products ford High is in District HI. I I East;
and Mrs, Robert Green. I Tenn. spent the past week with L at not less than 90 percent C. L. Overturf, BHS speech PARCEL Quarter 2: North of Northwest Half of Northeast Quar. -, BAPTIST CHURCH

Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Moore of parity." Marilyn and instructor and coach of the debating ter of Section 21. Township 7 l

_1 -G y The thnH-swept/ stay I and Mr. and Mrs. Millard Judd Ginger debated the affirniative team, said the team is PARCEL South Range 3: Commencing 22 East; 210 feet .

of the desperate few IGAST00NS1GIB and other relatives here. side of the question and the boys planning to attend the meetingof I West Section of 19 the, Township Southeast corner 7 South of Announces Their

whofacedthe Van Patel has been visitinghis upheld the negative side. the Southeastern Speech Association : Range 22 East. FOR A POINT OF ..

\ daughters, Mrs. F. B. Bennettand The affirmative and negative in Athens, Ga. where they I I BEGINNING, and thence run West

j ravaging hordes at -By- Miss Gunga Patel% in Fort teams each won three out of I I will enter different phases of i 240 feet, feet thence thence run run East North 240 feet 210, REVIVAL MEETING '

't I historic Spanish Boot! Lauderdale from Saturday to four bouts with opposing schools. speech curriculum. thence run South 210 feet to said
BROWN point of beginning, situate in
Thursday.Mrs. Hampton, Florida BEGINNING MARCH 4TH
Rudolph Sink and daugh Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Mersereaa U of F's Col. BachmanTo at public outcry at ;the South front
spent the weekend in Orlando door of the County Court Housein
ter, Cindy Bobby Lappe and Lead BHS Band Starke, Bradford County, Florida,, With The ;
I Mrs. Joe Martinez, Sr. were in and Cocoa with relatives. at 12 o'clock noon on Monday,, I

Jacksonville Tuesday where they Mrs. W. H. Struth and Miss In Concert Tuesday I bidder March on 4th,each 1957 parcel; that the shall successful Immediately ] REV.ARTIS CREWS

attended the seventh birthday: Kate Struth have had as visitors deposit $200.00 on his bid ,

-I RUMs anniversary party of Larry Mar,- during the past week, Mr. and I """Col. Harold Bachman, directorof a Piedmont Association -

tinez, son of Mr. and ,Mrs. Martinez Mrs. W. L. Edwards and Mrs. the University of Florida Band,I Dance Time -

A REAIART PICTURE Jr. Leah Bauknight of Jacksonville, will be the guest conductor at The Evangelist Speaker

Mr. and Mrs. Lenthal Wyman Martin Page and Miss Linda ''a concert to be given by the American Legion Hall

STEPHEN MCNALLY-COLEEN GRAY of Raleigh, N. C., former Starke Arnold of Lake City, Mr. and Bradford High School Band onj 1 1 Every Saturday Night

_*!pJlD fU_I UIKUI_SHIELDS "Watch that hood Gib IT residents, and Mrs. Ralph Lane Mrs. Charles Williams and two Tuesday, Feb. 26. The concert;! Starting February 23 I

SLIPS" of St. Paul, Minn. have taken daughters of Ocala, and Mrs. will be held in the elementary II' Everyone is invited to come and attend services nightly to

PLUS- an apartment at the Gardenia Leah Stevens of Tampa. school cafeteria and will startat ::1 DON SHIELDSAND
We watch for the little things
k Tourist Home. Lamar Shaw and classmate 8 p. m.Among Winifred WilkinsonWill
that need our attention.
Mrs. William H. Thomson and Dell Ingram, from So\ith Georgia the featured numbersat : HIS*

son, Henry Thomson, III, of! College spent the weekend with the concert will be "The Pearl' Be The Song Leader For These MeetingsWe

GIB B'ROWNSERVICE Monticello spent the weekend Lamar's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fishers" by Bizet "The Lincoln Rhythm Wranglers

with Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump Frazier Shaw. Overture," and "Badinage for Welcome Everyone to Each Service of the Church

STATION Mrs. Larry Sloan of Walnut Cowen and Brasses." Col. Bachman will di
Mrs. Charlie son, Featuring Country Music REV. G. W. CHISM, PASTOR
Standard Oil Products Ridge, Ark. spent Monday to David, and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. rect several numbers. $1.50 Couple

Phone 327 Thursdny with Dr. and Mrs. H. Johns went to Jacksonville Tues- No admission will be charged'I I .
I 407 N. Temple Ave. H. Adams day to take EM-3 Freddie Johnsto and the public is invited to at- I v-I.

mMANFROM4To Sgt. and Mrs. Tom HardingJr. the airport to catch a plane tend. '__ ._ '" _
.. __iii
I of Valdosta, Ga. were homefor back to his base in Norfolk, Va. -- -- -- --

the weekend. after being home the past ten Tomlinsorf Named .
Miss Nancy Kincaid returne .

to her home in Salisbury, N. (.,. days.Mr. Assistant' : CashierAt ELROD'S DOLLAR
and Mrs. R. O. Smith and
last Friday after spending six
of Jacksonville ,1
: : weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph! : son. Dicky were Florida BankJ. .

AMIcNAILSAVIDPtOOUCnOIIwtu PlCTIIUS tUS&KTA1IOII 102'A Sink. weekend guests of Mr.. and Mrs.

Shi Smith. They all were dinner E. Tomlinson. exchange tellerof
Hare Is Human" .. .. Car. j\ Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chance Just See What
"I. -. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. the Florida Bank at Starke,
toon. 7 of West Palm Beach were week .
"Man Hunt \
Mystery \ : Bourgeois in Gainesville Satur- was elected assistant cashier of
end,gpests of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley
Island" Serial Chapter 3 :"Andrews.Mrs. day evening. the bank by the Board of Directors $1 Down Will

at their Feb. 12.
meeting on
SUN., MON.. TUES., Willie Mae Judd spent ,
FEB. 24-25-26 last week with relatives in West Cub Pack 70 Slates Mr. Tomlinson has been em-I .
Florida. ployed by the bank since Sept. Buy

Banquet On MondayCub 1953. He is the son of Mr. and .
Susan Kirk- Mrs. Lucile Davis spent the I _
Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson of St rke
first of the week with Mr. and
Hayward and Douglasare : Scout Pack 70. will hold and is married to the former
It It Doesn't Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. in Gaines I
its regular monthly meeting and Shirley Jane Kelly.

having $ ville.Mrs. banquet Monday night Feb. NEVER BEFORE SO MUCH FOR SO LITTLE!
"Top Secret Affair Add Up .. Roy Mathus and daughter. I- a
Martin, of West Palm T 25, at 7 p. m. in the high school Lions Club Cancels '

o P CW.TCD Iv WARNER BROS. IF, the day after disaster are visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. F cafeteria. Dr. R. E. Guenther, Talent Show Here Table Lamps
PLUS strikes. you find that the Smith Sr. this week. district commissioner Gainesville. Rugs Unfinished Chest

Video Wabbit" Cartoon amqunt of your insurancedoesn't Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell and will present the 1957 pack char- Maxie Carter Jr., president of I Floor Lamps Baby Strollers Hollywood Beds
family of Jacksonville spent
start to cover yourlosses thL ter: the Starke Lions Club, announcedthis
WED.,THURS., FRI. weekend with Rep. and '
week that the organizationwill Poster
FEB.:2728Mar. 1 you'll want your Doyle Conner. New officers for the year are: not present its annual talent End TablesCocktail 'Smokers Beds

head examined.Be Cubmaster R. P. McLendon; As-
_r- show this year due to the fact Kitchen Stools I

!The tory of flight from tenor smart. Count your property Found sistant Cubmaster, L. L. Wain- that the dates conflict with the Tables Child's Dinnette
Baby wright; Treasurer, W. R. Miller;
% on,t honeymoon Is values now and insure Centennial celebration. The club Nile TablesChildren
Secretary, Mrs. W. .it. Miller; In-
t masterpiece, plans to resume the ,Talent Show Chest Clothes
'' them adequately! stitutional Representative. M. K. Hampers ,
of suzpeneIv during Starke 101 st year it was Swivel 1
.". '>>> In New B-29 Struth; Committeemen, W. E.

.?*i: .t'DORIS- -,1U $rII. Lawson, S. G. Denmark and stated. Dishes Occ. Chairs Chairs
lUS/- DAY 'fo. Carter said that the Lions planto
James Groover.
i rt? LOUIS JOURDAN ,..... :x.'v type diaperfcbaped put forth maximum effort in
If BARRY o lot like B-:9 _ Den Mothers are Mrs. J. R. making the Centennial out-
SUWVAN a an And other
r FRANK LOVEJOY"t1JIXE" 4"r .a' fit to make atl_ oae babies site Wainwright Mrs. R. P. McLen standing success, and urged all many items to choose ,from!

vtithoat age foldlnx I. don, Mrs.. W. H. Graham, Mrs. other civic groups to do likewise.
toaey fcavlajc Id.a..Ja.t M. H. Sheppard and Mrs. W.
..._ C. %Wall "We felt that the effort and
AgencyPhone oae Mu to ,
........ B. Thompson.THE .
bar. So to : that
easy energy we would spend on the i

PLUS----.J : 146 (wrack or geaIae1Dez-and dry. Aik: Talent Show should be channelled HARRY C ELROD FURNITURE CO.
ter Diapers' at this year into the Centennial.
"Once I i, Eagle Store la ITtt Ud, RIGHT POINT for the
Upon A Rhyme" :- ..rg.De.d.rPI4p'iO.ry. After all that Is a once-ln-a-life-
200 E. Call Street Star .. _
way you write. Come In and se LOWEST PRICES
Cartoon. [ time event and deserves the 100 Your Credit Is Good
..Ht. t, TAdT **- led favorite ESTERBROOK I
I I your
Starke. Fla. ( rtU aitat) per cent cooperation of all groups
Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH and individuals," Carter said. -
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about 1 and bruised him. Bro. hook .-- -- -- -
able to be up and again Taggart plans to up Miss and Miss Mary Edens of
after a recent illness. Friends of Randall Harris will the water. Bennttsville S. C. I
were visiting t
MAX VILLE Mrs. J. C. Higginbotham and regret to learn that.he is ill againat Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higginbot- Mr. and Mrs. W.'E. Bigham and

her daughter Cheryl were both his home here. ham! and Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hig- family last week. ,

ill last week. Little Cheryl Mr. and Mrs.D., H. Hill returned ginbotham and children visitedin
By Mrs. (l. B. Nolan Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin. and Dollar
drank turpentine and was pretty to Maxville Friday to make Doctor's Inlet Sunday with children Day
attended the
UU. .... ....&.... sick for several days. their home. They have been living Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Adams. Festival in Winter Haven Orange Satur-
Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham and in Key West where :Mr. Hill Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Sweat of I I
The Maxville students attend- I
her son, Johnnie, have been ill was stationed with the U. S. Macclenny were supper guestsof day.Mr.
ing Baldwin High School are .
again. Navy. He has now received his Mr. and Mrs Leslie Sweat and Mrs Jack Jones, Mrs.
very proud of the fact that the Lottie Jones, and Hazel and Ron-
Four elderly persons from honorable discharge from the and family Saturday night.
Baldwin Girls Basketball Team Pennsylvania were seriously in- service and they plan to make Mr. and Mrs. James Colemanof nie Jones were visiting Mr. and
won the district championshiplast Mr. Orrie
week. jured Monday in an automobile Maxville their home for awhile. Jacksonville visited Sunday I Guarino in Jacksonville -

I accident on Highway 301 at We are sorry to learn that with Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis. Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nolan and Maxville. The driver lost con- Hans Carter hasn't been feelingso Mrs. Buford Higginbothamand Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nettles

children and little Miss Mary trol of the car. well. He is making his home daughter Merle, were busi- were in Jacksonville on business .. .

Kilgore attended "Skateland" in Mr. and Mrs. James Waters with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carter ness visitors in Jacksonville Tuesday. I

Jacksonville last Thursday night and family of Lawtey visited since his return from the hospital. Monday Ernestine i iI
McLeod and
We are glad to learn that E. Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Miss Jean Harris fell in the Clyde
L. Brown is much improved after. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Harris Courtney of Gainesville were
Mrs. Leslie Sweat and family. hallway of the Baldwin school
recent illness. and family and Mrs. Lou Thompson visiting Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
a Mrs. Frank Wellhausen and last week and injured her knee .
Carroll of Jackson- were dinner guests Sundayof Hamilton Thursday.
Lafayette Mrs. William Padgett were busi- and had to miss school.
ville was a business visitor in ness visitors in Starke Monday. Little Miss Susie Harris was Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Denmarkand Mr.. and Mrs. Gerald Gay and!
Maxville family in Jacksonville. They sons Mr. and Mrs. N. '
Sunday.We Willie Godwin's car was stolen ill and had to'miss school Mon P. Rogers
are glad that Mrs. George Saturday night, Feb. 9, while I also visited with Mrs.. Della and children of Jacksonville, Mr.
Brown is better after recent day.Mr. Denmark and Mr. and Mrs. Earl and Mrs. Rosco Parrish
a the family was away from home.It and Mrs. Simeon Phillipsof and
illness.G. Wilkinson and son Sunday after- children Mrs. J. R.
was found later burned.Mr. Lawtey spent the weekend Parrish,
W. Brown son of Mr. and and Mrs. Avery Slade and here in Maxville. On Saturday noon.We Wallace Parrish, and VIda Shep-
Mrs. George Brown is still confined family visited Sunday with Mr. they and Debbie Phillips went to are sorry to learn that herd, all of Palatka were week-

to Hope Haven Hospital in Slade's family, Mr. and Mrs. A. see "The Ten Commandments" little Miss- Becky Higdon is con- end guests of Mr. and ,Mrs. G.

Jacksonville. We hope that he C. Slade, in Hampton.We I at the Florida Theater in Jack- fined to the Baptist Hospital in A. i Gay.
will soon be able to. come home are glad to hear that sonville. Jacksonville with fluid on her Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
I lungs. We wish for her a speedy Hodgesand RESERVED PRICES GOOD THRU SAT., FEB. 23rd
soon.Mrs. Claude Green is feeling better. His II Miss Debbie Phillips visited family of Jackson Miss. QUANTITY RIGHTS
Rudy Higginbotham is horse fell him last Monday I recovery. were I
on with her sisters and brother-in- visiting Mr. and Mrs. E.

II Ii I I law, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Spon- Baptist embers Church of the will Long hold Cottage Branch W. Hodge recently. II J T __ PI' 1 r -- .- l..1I.

holtz and Mrs. W. H. Norman in 1>lr. and Mrs. H. E. Stokes and
i Jacksonville last weekend. Prayer meeting Friday night, Mrs. Mattie LIQUID SHORTENING (limit Two With $5 Food Order)
Feb. 22, at the home of the eld- Sowell attended serVices -
Mrs. H. R. Kilgore and Mrs. er, Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell. at Shady Grove Baptist Qt

Franklin Higginbotham attended Mrs. Lonnie Harris and children Church Sunday. WESSON OIL 2 Bots
SMITH'S SHELL the meeting of the Duval Mrs.
i Mrs. Morris Thompson and! Harvey Baxter of Jack- _
t -
Council which held
Safety children, and Mrs. Lou Thompson sonville spent the weekend with CLING HALVES OR
at the Hotelin
George Washington
Mr. and Mrs. Wade
were in Starke Monday to Harrell.
Jacksonville last Tuesday.The carry little :Miss Mary Ann Mr. and Mrs. Ercell Edwardsand No. 2/ (

SERVICE STATION Maxville spelling School Champion is Mary Kilgoreand of the Thompson to the doctor. She has daughter of the State Farm Sli. PEACHES 3 Cans

been quite ill. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. B.
the Ashley Well-
runner-up Claude North of Jacksonville Edwards and Mrs. Eva Harrell _
hausen. Both' will take part in THRIFTY MAID RICH FLAVORED
9 spent the weekend here with his Thursday. t
the annual Bee for Du- _
Florida Spelling parents Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. 12-oz
Lawtey T.
1 val County which will be held W. Markey JUICE 12
North and family. TOM.
in Jacksonville in the spring. and Joe ,Green were visiting Mr. Cans
Little Master Earl Cannon Little Miss Diana Sue Griffis and Mrs. Turncer Markey at
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry High .
OPEN son of Mr. and Mrs. Bootsie Can- Springs Friday. CHASE & SANBORN 1
Griffis, is getting along nicely
non is ill and having to miss Mrs. T. W. Markey, Shirleyand'
following a fall at her home last 6-oz
school. Linda Gayle Green and _
week when she injured her eye IN ST. COFFEE Jar
24 HOURS DAILY Little Miss Aileen Sweat, Cherie Hinton were visiting Mr.
and the back of her head. It required ,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie I and Mrs. Ruel Dukes in Lake
several stitches to close!
Sweat is ill at her home here. the wounde '. Butler Wednesday.Mrs. AMAZING DETERGENT T

For Your Convenience Among those from Maxville at- Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and Mattie Sowell spent the Gt
tending revival services at th weekend in Hague with relatives.Mr. i
sons and :Mr. and Mrs. Q. J. White ARROW Pkgs
Pine Valley Congregational Holiness Parrish and family attended the and Mrs. J.. T. Taylor and
Church in Starke last week family of Palatka and Mr. and
movies in Starke last \
Thursday i\
were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cannon Mrs. Tindall of Louisiana were ( Two With $5 Food Order) \ i

I and family Mr. and Mrs. KyleCannon night. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green 1 Giant \

and daughter, Virginia,I 9.YY p TVYYTYYYTYV* and family recently.Mrs. GIANTLimit 2 _
I Mrs. Lealer Harris, Mrs. Gladys; Edd'" S. Polk underwenta Pkgs
FOR OUR ANNIVERSARYSALE Copeland and family,- Mrs. Nell] operation in the Alachua ;

Parrish, Mrs. E. D. Higginbot BROOKERBy General Hospital Thursday. We
ham, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Griffis.,
NEXT WEEK a speedy recovery.Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Strick Mrs. E. B. CastleDAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&A&&a
and Mrs. Ned Hicks and
land and family, and Mr. an
'family were visiting Mr. and It t
Mrs. N. H. Hires and family.Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Pellum anc I Bridal Showered \Mrs. Parker Henderson and SUNNYLAND TENDER SMOKED
family in Gainesville
PHONE LAWTEY 2S01 new son of Jacksonville ': Misses Barbara Sue Davis and night. Tuesday
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Fran- Gail McNeil were hostesses ata
cis Coleman and family. bridal shower for Jeanette t Willa Mae Tetstone is spend-

YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED. The new sink and cabinet:S :McNeil Welch last Friday night ing a few days with her sister PICNICS

have been installed in the kit- in: the Civic Center. Mrs. Welch Melba Tetstone in Starke.

chen of the Maxville Baptis t received many lovely gifts. Mrs. Polly George of Gaines-

Church and sometime this wee!k Birthday Dinner ville visited the G. W. David)

... Robert Jones was honored on family Thursday afternoon.Mr. .
his 73rd birthday last Sunday and Mrs. F. C. Tomlinson

with a family dinner at his of Green Cove Springs and Kurk

home. He received many gifts Sprass of Spartenburg, S. C. '
IMPORTANT NOTICETO and a host of friends and rela- were recent dinner guests of Mr. ? 5-7 LBS

tives were on hand to wish hima I and Mrs. G. W. Davis and family. 3 ,: : AVG WT
i Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis and
happy birthday.
Weiner Roast I children attended services at'the
Jack Suggs was host to a Fairbanks Baptist Church Sunday WHOLELB

group of young people last Fri- night.

,day night with a hay ride anda 1jm
According to Sec. 7, Article 10, of the Fla. Constitution weiner roast at Blue Springs. *f TYTYT.??f T?T YT Y VVTY.V* r

Every person who has been receiving homestead exemption and Twenty-two and enjoyed guests playing'games were there CLAY HILLby

those expecting to receive it for the first time should, withoutfail around a bon-fire.

sign the application on or before April f 1st of each year Polio DriveRalph Nettles local chairmanof Sirs. J. L. Strickland .

........ .
wishesto & & & &.A& .
with the Tax Assessor. the annual polio drive '
thank the committee who We learned

The Homestead Law Provides that a person MUST be a Resident of the Countysix helped and also all who contri- pulp wood mill recently will soon that be ii 1 1 PORK ROAST LB 49c PORK CHOPS LB 59c

months prior and a Resident of the State twelve months prior to January1st buted to this good cause. A totalof operation by or near the railroa(l

of the year in which he claims the Homestead Exemption, AND no per $70 was collected here in crossing on Road 218. We als 1 SUNNYLAND HOT OR MILD EAT-RITE FRESH

son is entitled to the Exemption when he votes in a County or Precinct other Brooker. Those serving on the understand that this mill wil l
BEEF 3 &
than the one in which the property is located. committee with Mr. Nettles were use all limbs ana all available PORK SAUSAGE LB 39c GROUND $1
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wait Mrs.
I wood. This will be more profit
Wilson Green Mrs. Frank Tin- able to all than the former meth
Listed below are the classes of property for which the Taxpayer ney, Mrs. H. H. :Mott, Mrs. J. od.

C. Harrell, and Mrs. R. A.
SHOULD file his return: Nettles. Starling of Jacksonvilli

Garden Club Tour spent, Lillian the weekend Padgett with, and her othe sister : FOR BAKING OR RYING u. S No. 1 MAINE ,

REAL ESTATE Members of the Brooker Gar- relatives at Clay Hill. ri
den Club enjoyed_ a tour of the
Gene Lang, son of Mr. .
Your Land Plus IMPOVEMENTS Florida Landscape Nursery In Mrs. ani
Richard Lang and Edd;
Leesburg Friday. A lunch was POTATO
Lang from Tampa grandson o f
packed and enjoyed picnic styleat
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lanj
the noon hour. enjoy- ..
PERSONAL PROPERTYStocks :ing this trip were Mrs. Grace and the Stricklands spent th e

Bigham Mrs. Louise Wood Mrs. weekend with relatives an i

'of Merchandise Ann Klieman Mrs. Lucille Ed- friends at Clay Hill and Jack 10 Lbs :
wards, :Mrs. R sa Pinholster, sonville. They returned to Tamp: 1

Equipment and Furnishings, Mrs. Lottie Edwards, and Mrs. Sunday night and D. B. Lang 1 .

Machinery Livestock Boats & Motors Dave Green. brother of Gene, returned wit]1 j 1 '
Highlight of the executive them. Dave has made a rapi,i I II

Tractors, Farm Equipment, ... meeting last Monday night was recovery from his recent illnes!I; / "/i' t 'I: A '
Household Goods and Personal Effects (1st $1,000 valuation the tion appointment committee. of Those the nomina-servingon but for has his checkup.It to report. to his docto in : -

exempt) this committee are Mrs. Ruth seems there was a woods H 1
Mizelle chairman Mrs. Lucille fire at Jack Wilkinson's last JjY

Edwards and Mrs. H. C. Douglas.Mrs. week and he has to replace some

INTANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTYThis W. E. Bigham, presidentsays fence the fire destroyed. There

that the trash cans have was also a bad looking fire BANTAM

been received from the Florida south of us Sunday afternoon.We .
includes: Bank Deposits, Cashier's and Certified checks State Road Department but still had prayer meeting at FANCY FRESH CORN 10 EARS 59c

bills of exchange, drafts and money placed with savings, build have to be painted. Elmer Carter's in the Carter .
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwardsand Thursday evening. The .

ing and loan associations.All Mrs. Eva Harrell were visit- meeting was very interesting.On FRESH FLORIDA CRISP LARGE STALKS

ing Mrs. Will Andrews in Starke the way home Yougan Pad- '

stocks, or shares of incorporated or unincorporated': compa-. last Saturday.Mr. gett's car tore up for him so CARROTS2M s.15c CELERY 3 Stalks 25c

and Mrs. Claude Prescottand he probably thinks this wasn'tmuch
nies all bonds bonds of the United States Governmentand
except children of Starke were profit to him. But he was

its agencies and all notes accounts and bills receivable, mort-. visiting Mrs. Doshie Prescott almost home, so this was much
Sunday.Mr. better than if he had been miles

gages on real and personal property situated outside of Florida,- and Mrs. J. W. Dukes Jr. from home-about 9 o'clock at

annuities etc. -and daughter of Lake Butler night! I
and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Russ Several, from Clay Hill attended -

and son of Melbourne were week- the funeral of Ellis Padgettat

All the above are Due. On or Before April 1st of Each Year. end Ernest guests Russ. of Mr. and :Mrs. Rev.Nolan's W. D.Ridge.Jones will be our: STRAWBERRIES I 5 CansPackages $100.

Lt. Col. Persinger of Long messenger Saturday night, Feb.!

We encourage you to work with us on these forms, and to contact us on any Island N. Y. joined his wife and 23. Needless to say, all are Invited -i
son at the home of her parents, to attend these services. I ,
problem that you many have. In the past years our county has grown and expanded '
economically, all of this has increased the demands of all Tax supported Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelley, for Rer. R. L. Lee of Bethel filled: PERCH 00
a few days visit. ,They left Friday his appointment with us Saturday FILLET 3 sZ
agencies in the County. The only way we can meet these demands is by a Uniform for, a short visit to Miami night We all liked the sermon

System and close relations with you, the Property Owner. We respectfully ask and St. Petersburg before going well enough to invite Rev. Lee

your whole hearted cooperation. back home. back again for Saturday night,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kelley of Mar. 2, service. So all of you i

Ft. Walton were visiting Mr. and who missed this service can still

GENE LONGTax Mrs. a S. Kelley Saturday.Mr. come to this little church and DIXIE LILY

and Mrs. Ray Guest of hear him preach. We had some

Assessor Nashville, Ga. are visiting present last Saturday night who I C pound
with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bighamand had not been with us ,for some MEAL 49c

Mr. and Mrs." Lloyd Wood. time and were very 'glad to

Ted Bigham of Hattiesburg have them with us again.







Church SurveyThe i I YYTYYYYVTYTYYYVVVVVVYVVYYVVYYYVVVYYYVVYVVyyyyyyyy lations and thanks to an.Rev j Toplin of Orlando was here on a Products FestivalStarke

M1r X ? NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED R. J. Washington, pastorof brief business trip Tuesday.

annual community relig- Allen Chapel AJM.E. Church, Little Mary L. Corine Lane celebrated merchants and indus-
ious survey, begun last Sunday by CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY reported his wife better as of her 5th natal day on tries
are cooperating this week
( HURCHES Starke churches to urge the people Tuesday. Mrs. N. L. Washingtonwas I Feb. 11 at the home of her
the Florida. Products Festi-
of Starke to affiliate and become By t Ozora J. ShellAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAlA injured recently from a fall parents the William Lanes. Mr.and val by promoting Bradford Coun

part of one of the local A A A A && & . & and is still suffering from inter- Mrs. John Toplin Sr.and
-------- ty produced products.
churches, will continue for the .' nal soreness. Rev. and Mrs. E.
Lutheran Services next few weeks until all of the Miss Mary Alice Roberts of for one week can be won by J. Evans, brother and sister-in- : daughter, Katie Ferguson, spent Several .of the merchants, as

) Presbyterian Church families have been contacted. Hampton and 11th grade of R. the: pupils who know up to 300 law, visited her on Sunday. They 'Sunday in Jacksonville' where well as the Chamber of Com
122. E. Washington St. J. E. won the first honor at'the Bible
After the survey is completed, verses by the end of the were accompanied by Rev. Wal- they worshipped at the Apostolic merce, have assembled window

t Friday Men of the\.Church Regular services will be I held the information will be put into Fourth Division Oratorical Con- school term. How many verses ker, pastor of Ebenezer A.M.E. Church on Florida Ave. Wil- displays, proclaiming the Festi
held last at
test Sunday Douglass do
supper meeting, 7 p. m. Adult Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock, you know? Rev. E. L. Church, Live Oak. The Heavenly hemena Strong, reporter. val week, Feb. 1423.
order by the Ministerial Associa- School in High She
Springs. received Walker
I Choir practice 8 p. m. at our new location, 122 E. president; Mrs. S. C.I Fire Gospel Singers will render
tion and the various churches a good rating from each Price, principal D. B.
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Washington street. ; Jackson; a program at the church ,on .

Morning Worship, ."Living Each The Rev. A. F. Gerbhardt, pas- notified about the people be- judge. Music was furnished by reporter. !I Sunday" Feb. 24, at 7:30 p.m. ..

Day for God."' 11 a. m. Youth tor of the First Lutheran Churchof longing to that denomination. the Douglass chorus under the Church News II The public is invited to attend.At .
direction of Miss Katherine Tay- PROTECT DRIVER'S licenseBUY
Fellowships, 6 p. m. Evening Gainesville, will conduct the New Bethel Baptist Church, First Born Church on Sun- your
Worship, "The Unmerciful Serv- services.All NORTH SIDE lor, president of Auxiliary of Rev. A. Vinson pastor, held regu-
Post 255, a solo was renderedby day, Feb. 24, Elder C. R. Smith,
ant, 7:30 p. m. persons without a home BAPTIST CHURCH lar services all day Sunday. The pastor of Truevine Holiness in
Crusade Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- Willetta Betty representing morning .BUY
Monday Florida church are cordially invited. message was deliveredby Gainesville, and his congregationwill
i 314 of Starke. Thegroup
11 a. m. Training Auxiliary! Rev.
ing Worship
Gainesville Young of
Luncheon., First Church, Gainesville.
be in charge of services at
i Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Wor- was led in a spiritual by B.T.U. at 5:30
12 noon.Tuesday p.m. with Sister
Methodist ChurchChurch Mrs. Leona M. Royal. The check 3 p.m. in behalf of Sister Ruby COST LIABILITY INSURANCENo
of the ship, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Sarah Jenkins, president, in ,
Women M. Albert. Everyone welcome.
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone was presented by Mrs. Fannie charge. The
Church, 8 p. m. ,School for all ages, welcome.- E. C. Harvey pastor. Sapp, Jr. president of the 11th preached evening the sermon was Elder S. Strong will show! a re- Membership Fees 6 Mo. Policies
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 11a. District of the American Legion by pastor. Mis- ligious movie at the Church of

7:30 p. m.Thursday. m. Recreation Time for MYF, CIIURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Auxiliary. sionary meeting will be held at I God in Unity, Elder S. Shite

Junior Choir prac- 5:45 p. m. Dine-A-Mite for MYF, LATTER DAY SAINTS 2:30 Friday. President Jenkins is pastor' Wed. night, Feb. 27.
Constitutional ConferenceThe
asking all old nd.
tice, 3:30 p. m. 6:15 p. m. Business meeting and Services each Sunday in old new members District Mother O. B. Dusom,
constitutional conferenceof _
I Worship for the Senior and In- Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun- meet her at the church will make her official visit to :
Division of the
St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. termediate groups, 6:45 p. m. day School 1*> a. m. Sacrament American the Fourth Legion was held at Joan the Jenkins recent, reporter.illness We of regret the church Tuesday night and is 136 W. Call Street Phone 285

Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. Service 6:30 wel our asking each member and friendto
Raymofid C. MacBlaln p. m. Everyone High Springs on Sunday, Feb. member, Mrs. Maurice Jenkins
Everyone Is invited to take partin come. meet her here. Rev. O. N.
I Services at St. Mark's Episcopal the program of the church. 17ith Commander Stafford White, and hope that others on

Church will be as follows: SEVENTH DAY Sapp Jr. in charge. The program the sick list are rapidly. improv- --
began at 9:45: a.m. Persons parti- ing.
I School and Adult Class; 11 am.-I 635 MacMahan St. Services each Sabbath In the cipating were Rev. A. R. Ran"dolph Bethlehem-. Freewill Baptist

Morning Prayer and Sermon; : C. L. Oerturf Jr., Minister home of S. N. Brown across from Mrs. L. M. Royal, Eddie Church RV., L. McKay pastor. 12

p.m. Y. P. S. L. I Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m Bethel Baptist Church east of Thompson, Claude Brooks, Commander The I Can Circle met at the FREEZER.

Wednesday: 7:3 p.m. Litany Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m. N. D. Small, Roosevelt lt home of, Sister Williams Saturday
i Florence and Ozora Shell. The i
and Meditation: 8 p.m. Choir Worship 6:30 p.m. Bible Study each Wednesday, night and discussed "God'I. a CU.
Rev. H. .
Practice. Wednesday Bible Study 7:30: i 7:30 p. m.-Arden Mote, pastor. guest speaker was Prosperity." All persons present
1 Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, pm.: Smith pastor of Allen Chapel l I enjoyed the discussion. The dub '

11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30: a. m. CHURCH OF GOD A.M.E. Church, High Springs,. will meet Saturday night at 8 FT.

awaits everyone. KLNGSUCY LAKE Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning In the second session the post:I o'clock at the home of Sistei

..1 I and auxiliaries met separately. Gladys Blye. All, donations wilbe
MISSIONARY BAPTIST Worship 11 a. m. Sunday
EVERGREEN 9:45 Morn 7:45 YPE,. The main item on the agenda given to the building funs d I
Sunday.School a.m. Evening Service. p. m. 10.00 288.10
BAPTIST CHURCH 'was the election of officer! for the Greater Bethehen 1 $
ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening Service Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. 1
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching Service 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meetinf Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m. which included the re-election ol f Church. She will have pop con

11 a. m. Training Union 6JSO each Wednesday 7:30 p.m.' Everyone LA W'ItY Commander Sapp and Presidenl and candy apples for sale al WILL DELIVERNO. l

7:3C H. Mott School 10 MornIng Pauline Marshall to the top posi- day. Send children fo i _
p. m. Preaching p. m. Prayer we.1come.-Rev. H. Sunday a. m. your by :r
... .. _. .
tions. Other Starke officer : -aM----- :
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. pastor. Worship, 11 a, m. YPE Serv some of these goodies to hell p]

I ice Saturday, 7:30 p. m. elected were: :Mrs. Sophia Royal the church. Come to club meeting 417 STORAGE
Division Chaplain; Ozora Shell, .
I Saturday and bring a friend. _
HE1LBRONN MISSIONARY financial secretary treasurer, Gladys Blye, reporter.Mt. .

BAPTIST CHURCH Irs. Leona Royal appointed recording Moriah Methodist Church :. l
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- secretary; ViceCommander ; WITH THESE
Julius Royal, finance officer Rev. Stripling pastor. At 3 p.m, .:;:?:::;;:.::::;t
t ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evening the R.J.E. Choral unde
STARKE FLA. for the Division Posts. The dele- group a SPECIALFEATURES
Worship, 7:30 p. m. Training the direction of Mrs. F. S fili j
Union (Sundays) 6:30 m. Mid- gation returned from the conference ;
p. Pierce rendered a musical program -. .. .... ; c
Week : Wednes- reporting a delightful > : :; -- -I
Prayer Meeting
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor for the benefit of the Sunday ;:ji 1i 1It '
days, 7:30 p. m. Rev. S. F. meeting. Others of Post 314 attending '
project. The pastor :>
M Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Beard, pastor. were: B. T. Marshall, officers and members wish t, xtiY'; : : f. Double-Action Freez-
Louis Trudie Kelly :::: ; :
Kelly Mary 0'g
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 thank Principal Thompkins, hi :: ::: : ::: ail the shelves
CHURCH OF CHRISTC. Lee Frazier, Nelson Ghent, and :>:::;:;: N >M,
faculty and students for bringing %<:": :.: ::: and walls of aluminum -
L. Overturf Jr.. Minister Assistant Scoutmaster Willie .
us this wonderful .:..':::,hN. *..
pro gram .. .. lined
Bible 10 Bass. : : ; ;: :
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Sunday -- Study a. m. ;
and spirit of cooperation in ou r ...t ?m........ fenS
Morning Worship 11 a. m. Eve- .w..w.gf -
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. Thurston School News religious endeavors. All person -
ning Worship 7:30 p. m. l t? l. .l Glide-out Basket
The Latimore Singers of Jack-
making reports are also com
Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 .:.:....;.;.:.:..w...;.
sonville will present a programfor mended. The committee is sti: :::j;:::::: ;':::::

, Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at p.Radio m. program. "Old Paths" the school on March 24 in selling each Saturday afternoo:n ;@@ i[ .- Five Year Written

Lincoln City. Time and place at the Masonic hall on Brownie e Protection Plan on

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday. each Sunday 9 a. m. Station will be announced later. Friendsof Street. Stop by and have lunc I'" i Freezer '

I 'HAOMNEW Principal Price will be pleasedto with us every Saturday. Wi]- I' .l !
RIVER know that hers* son Roscoe hasa liam Holland, reporter. w' i 5 Year Written Protection

SsstsSsSSSS BAPTIST CHURCH position as X-Ray Laboratory Vacationing Home :::::: ;:%:*;;:. Plan Against
Technican at Lincoln Hospital, We are happy to have Siste ? ) Food
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor- tij: j \ l w Spoilage
Durham, N. C. He is a recent :
BAPTIST ship Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Service Maude E. Magee, a faithfi
of Institute of '
7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each graduate Western member of Mt. Moriah Methc ;ii:$
Medical Technology in Minne- ;::: ; ;:;:' 6 Different
dist Church, home for montl
7-:30 a
p. m. Everyone apolis, The Children's Bible Missionary :m: Wti
welcome. -L. L. Parker She is spending this time wit '
Starke School pastor. i@KW Sizes to Choose
will render
Elementary group a pro- her mother, Sister Laura Whil
and Bible picture on March iM1t1: $
HAMPTON gram more, of 921 Oak Street. She i is ? From
10 at Mt. A.M.E. Church ; ;
STARKE, FLA. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Pisgah employed by Admiral and Mr: I" : '
for the benefit of Thurston .;:,.
Christian Endeavor, Friday, 7:30p. E. O. McDonnell of Hobe Scum to.a

m. Bible Study, Wednesday, School. The program will beginat Fla. and Long Island, N. ... 'NY li.;(:..;.
,(, '
Good Singing Forceful PreachingSunday 7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning Worship 3 p.m. There will be no ad- While she is here she will enjo ':.':,,;>?:"',.i"*". ..I $10.00

11 a. m. Evening Worship, mission, but a silver offeringwill many social courtesies. She n' {i ti DELIVERS
be taken. E. L. Walker, . .
School n_____________________ 9:45 A.M. 7:30 p. m. Bible School, 10 a. m. cently attend a basketball gain "'">":;"? -----=::::
president of the PTA, is askingall
Worship Services -_____________________11:00 A.M. and friends to come and reception in Hastings as
I GRAHAM patrons guest of Mrs. Mitchell and t
\ Training Union __..____________________ 6:15 P.M. BAPTIST CHURCH out and enjoy this religious Shells.

Evening Worship _____________________ 7:30 P.M. Sunday school, 10 aT m. Morn- demonstration. The two workers March of Dimes Report hean S

ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training live in Keystone Heights, Misses
Mrs. L. M. Royal chairmfor
Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening Wor- Bell and Thompson, and are ex- INKIER ELECTRIC S SERVICEs
Come and Bring the Children Room For All. I' our division of the 195 57
ship, 7:30 p. .- Rev. W. O. tremely interested in developing
A Christen Welcome Awaits You March f Dimes, wishes to thanall ik
Collins, Sr., pastor. moral and spiritual foundationsin
I your children through the persons, churches and group?: 234 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 Starke. FIa.
that made this drive a gigantisuccess. cthe
Bible. We are"making an earn-
.. The grand total for
est appeal to all parents to have
County was $448.62. Congratt-
their children read and study .

the Bible. A free ,
trip to camp
... o.\: ,?;<'.\

\ ,, a ...v..c' Rev. J. E. Sherwood, Pastor u&'i...,. M.M".

57 Ford Six Sdon: IfI rf Bible? School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Tii $ t R.it:;.,: '"'"''''
Custom Tudor
I' .
Worship, 11 a. m. Youth "ti7J 'f.;H ...";2.f.f/f.-. '

Church, 6:30 p. m. All young ; f :
:: ; ;
people invited.WOODLAWN. ;

10 a.m.BAPTIST Sunday MISSIONARY CHURCH School 11 a.m. QU'thbLNJue$ I

: preaching. 6:15 BTU 6:43 pray.
er service, 7 o'clock song services,


::i ifEY $ Sunday BAPTIST School 10 CHURCH a. m. Preaching PC. Bedroom Group

-- services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m, 9

Y Song service. 7:30 p. m.Rev.

R. L. Lee. pastor.PE.'iTECOSTAL.



Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morn

ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic .

services, 7:30 p. m.

I i Lowest priced car i Wednesday Prayer Meeting "' i69 .

7:30 p. m. r .

in the low. price field St.Sunday Edward's Mass at 9:13 Churchi a. m. iI1tt 1 Bed

Holy day masses 6:30: a. m. and 1 Chest
8:30!: a. m.Children's.
Catechism Class each: K :rd 1 Vanity
Everything that makes a fine car fine can be
OVER 16 FT. LONG OVER 17 LONG Wednesday at -3:15: p. m. t
yours at Ford's low prices I You may choose the HIM*lit'.Dlsliw M t.. rll'.D.IDW Keystone Heights ,r Stool
Ford V-S engine-which is backed by Ford's 25 IN '
(At St. William's Chapel) 1 Inners rln
years' experience building more V-8's than anyone TWO (Follow Hiway 21 south to St ,
else. Or you may have the Mileage Mater Six- William's Sign.) Mattress

the most powerful "sis" on the market. NEW SCulMHwW* s ratty rmw. Sunday Mass 8 a. m. I. 1 Box Spring

You get a long, low, beautiful car that bears the \ Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. ,. .
distinctive Mark of Tomorrow 1 You get an all-new SUPER J1 Confessions before all Masses. \t : : 2 Feather .Pillows

t "Inner Ford" that brings you more comfort, easier SIZES I CalM 300 riots S FartiM. SOO Bo** ., .. 1 Bedspread

handling, longer car life. Visit your Ford Dealer MM" 5 Ntw s _ _
deliver.tamJ Ace or. lagr and towv(turn .vr Wore
Ford dollars C
and sec,\\hat a fine car 1C ,\ _

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Johns Outlines ----- Four-Way StopIs At Park-of-Palms- BHS TO VIE II 70 JonBlan. -d;;:;; ;;;'-- ;u __.. .... ..

Teacher StandContinued Ruled Out 1 IN TOURNEYThe R : ';

Bradford High Tornadoes -
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( will vie. against Macclenny -
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on the 'opening day of the .
By City Council 4
District 3 basketball tournament -

These remarks have been made I in Green Cove Springs

who are practically % Wednesday.The .
by people .
4 ..
c / : :- ,.
and tournament will continue
newcomers to our county v4-. The four-way stop system at
through Saturday with 11
who are not cognizant of the ). y the intersection of Walnut and
teams competing for the cham
I Jefferson streets was voted out
tine ,facts of my record. I pionship. Bishop Kenny is
I- of existence by the City Council '
Conner Replies seeded first in the competition,
It $ Tuesday night with Mayor W.
Conner in a statement to DuPont second Fletcher third
T. Jackson, who promoted its
the Telegraph on the teachers' and Fernandina fourth. Other 1

said that "it would be V establishment strongly protesting.Two teams in the tournament include
;program of the Council members,
to make definite decisions ; Bolles Ketterlinus, Green
premature I. E. Clark and Mrs. Johns
Ruby ,
on these proposals beforeI ? .. : i It. .. Cove Springs Palatko Terry
rallied to the
have ample time to study .-.T4''L.( .c-_ '- mayor's supportand 1.1.Tc Parker, and Macclenny. -'lI'2 i4.
--", A SI voted'against taking down I
them and .before I know the --..., A record was set Monday by the Guard
', -....I. the two signs on Walnut street, unit when 10
of the various ......... -
recommendations .." --- ...., but they were pverruled by the Mrs. Ida Maxwell men were sworn.in. Taking the oath here are Billy Warren, Starke;
I 'i s -- ..... '
study groups."I S '... ., '. other three members, W. H. Mark Gordon. Ralford; Leon Hall, Starke; Harry Rhoden, Raiford;

realize we have a number schools :: :: (Billy) Noegel T. C. (Cliff) Ha- PioneerResident Alvin Griffis, Raiford William Taggart Middleburg; Joe Howard,

of problems facing the and III.
Joe Andrews
I'll thoroughly S 5 y. zr-- zen Dr. M. R. DeHaven, well known Doctor's Inlet; Arthur Thornton, Raiford and Benny Lindsay, Rai
and as in the past Clark commented after the
with the problems" radio Bible teacher from Grand Of 'Hampton Dies ford. Another man from Green Cove Springs arrived after the
familiarize myself voting, "Now if there is an accident picture _
- and hope by the time the .i S at that corner, the Coun- Rapids Mich., will be guest was taken. Lt. J. B. Dick said that the enlisted total now

Legislature convenes we'll havean INDEPENDENTS via (Shorty) Johnson, six-foot- cil will be to blame." speaker at ParkofthePalmsBible Mrs. Ida D. Maxwell, 88, a pioneer stands at 118 and the authorized strength is ISO, leaving 13 vacancIes

objective program developedand five center, billed as the tallest: "I can't understand why any- Conference, _at Keystone resident of Hampton, died I I still existing.

recommendations submittedby READY FOR'REDHEADS girl in female basketball. Shortycan body would object to a safety Heights, Sunday through Tuesday Friday, February 15, in Jacksonville

the various groups here. palm a 'ball like a monkeycan measure," the mayor commented. Feb. 24-26. at the home of her daughter

Conner said he has discussed a peanut, and will cause Noegel said he was opposedto After completing theological Mrs. Leo A. Wiggins, where, *
Rep. SeDIt Rent
at Western Seminary It *
training Trade
some of these proposalswith As one man said, "Ever" since many veteran cage fans to blink the four-way stop because if she had made her home in recent
Dr. DeHaven served as a pastor
Ingram and plans future omen won the right to vote their eyes in disbelief at her an accident occurred at that r ears.

meetings with him and the ''leg they've been hard to deal with," amazing routines. She will also intersection it would be difficultto for several years and then be- A widow of the late James M.

islative committee of the teach- and the Starke Independents delight fans with her favorite determined who was at fault. came interested in radio ministry.The Maxwell, she was born April 27, WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
trick of .Radio Bible Class was established -
the ball off
ers' association. l local male quintet. will probablyfind bouncing All of the councilmen opposed 1868 in Egypt Ga., and the
her head and into the and is now heard each
State And Local this out (if they don't already basket. to the system said they had received couple moved to Hampton in

The teachers' program submitted know it) when they meet Art Holliday, manager of the complaints about the signs week on hundreds of stations in 1906. The Maxwell children were Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place
this country, and by short wave
Independents, says his boys havebeen _
All American Redheads reared
the in
in January on Walnut street. Hampton where their
to the legislature eating extra portions of in other parts of the world. He 10 WORDS OR LESS, ONE INSERTION 60,
their legislative aims championship girls cage team in Though the three opposed this son, W. H. Maxwell, still makes
outlined spinach this week in order to bin has also written many devotionaland EACH ADDITIONAL
local and state levels. the BHS gym Wednesday night, traffic device for curing the his home. 2e23e
')n both books and is recognizedas
top condition for next Wednes
proposedthe Feb. 27, at 8 p.m. hazard at this intersection, all of A member of the Methodist ADDITIONAL FOR RL13ID ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IN' ADVANCE
On a local level they day's ordeal. "We aren't afraid one of the outstanding leadersin DISCOUNT OF 15 PER CEJCT O* TWO OR MORE UAERTIOMS!
reallocation of the race track The Red Heads play a hard of any women even six-foot- the Council members agreed that evangelical Christian circles. Church for 78 years, Mrs. Max'well

of but still find time to the view was obstructed at the was one of the denomination's )
outside survey game,
funds and an five red headed ones, Holliday Dr. V. Raymond Edman, president -

!ihe tax structure and assessment brighten their performance witha stated, keeping his fingers crossed I. corner and voted to eliminate of Wheaton (ro.) college, oldest members, and at ,

practices.On mixture of hilarious stunts designed and knocking on wood. parking spaces in front of the will begin as guest speaker on the time of her death belongedto I WHEN IN NEED OF AGNEW WINDOW '

the state level their pro to amuse the fans and The so-called "battle of thesexes" Methodist Church and in front Tuesday at 8 P.M., and will Murray Hill Methodist Churchin L CLEANING SERVICE

posals were : 1)) A3 per cent : utterly confuse the opposition. is being sponsored by the of the Woman's Club in an attempt continue morning and evening Jacksonville. LANDSCAPINGFILL Moved from 339 1%. Cherry St.

be They play men's teams to correct the situation. Funeral services were held I DIRTor TO 31 W. South St. Back
across-the-board sales tax only us Starke Lions Club. Admission i is through March 1. He served Of

levied and the additional income 'straight men's rules and havea $1.25 for adults and 75c tor students During the discussion, members i as a missionary in South America Sunday afternoon in the Murray Winn-Dixie. W. S. AGNEW

from the source to be earmarkedfor record of 134 wins out of 190 I and tickets are on sale,, cited the congestion on' Walnut for many years before returning Hill Methodist Church, with DISKINGW. PHONE 183-W

schools only; or, any other games played. at Koch's Drug Store and Elrod street at certain periods and it home to assume presidency burial in Santa Fe Cemetery L. THIGPEN, JR. WE BUY AND SELL

tax adequate for the needs and Featured on the team is Shel-I Furniture Co.Council. was. .. proposed- that parking on of Wheaton College. HIs S' j near Hampton. The Rev. Thomas RBox24ZDAItonULPHWE NITURE. Elrod Furniture USED FUR.C...
both sides of the street C. O'Steen _Phone 41
wouldbe pro- pastor of the
ear-marked for education an inspiring devotional speaker. church L 297-J tfchy
Mayor AcquitsMrs. hibited between Jefferson and officiated, with burial under the UNFURNISHED Apartment
acceptable. Starke, Fla. three
Contracts Jackson streets, but the motion direction of Key-McCabe Funeral rooms, with refrigerator and space
Salaries Increase The times of services are 11 I heater. Also furnished
died for lack of second. home. apartments
that Sherwood In a and 8 Honorary pallbearers were 3% PAID ON SAVINOS KEYSTONE Mr. and Mrs. W. H. :
3 m. on Noll-
2.) Legislative provision a. p. p. members of the Ida STATE BANK KEY. man, 228 W. Madison.
be appropriatedfor I Sunday; 9:30: a. m. and 8 p. m., Circle Maxwell STONE HEIGHTS. FLA, MEMBER tfchg

40 million salary dollars increases, 2 1-2 million Auto Crash Case For Sewer Study William Kammerer, Monday through Friday the Jo, named Alexander for Mrs.Circle Maxwell, the I; FDIC.WANTED OUR RADIOS TENTH REPAIRED AJmiYERSABT

Bradford Visitor Adelia 506 new Bottled Gas AU Make All Model
for increased transportation (Continued from Page 1)) S (Continued from Page 1)) Philips Sunday School Customers. Low installation rest. Reasonable Charge roaraateed
Class, and the Prompt Service. Harry C. Elrod CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
services, 3 1-2 million for ether Dies In PhiladelphiaWilliam To View board oi Furniture Co. tfchg 703 W. Call St. Stark
away from it to the road in The Master Plan, which will Group the church. t i Pa 23:*

current expenses, and the remaining front of,him. cost the city $1,250, "will includea C. Kammerer 86, afre* Survivors include four daugh 21 INCHTELEVISION consoles Sit FOR RENT Three room furnished

83 million be appropriated ."I figured we would get to study of the adequacy of the quent visitor in Bradford County,, Steers For Show ters, Mrs. C. L. Houser of Flat t down at Dahmer'B. tfchgftenoln I 383 apartment N. Cherry- private St. I'hone bath.425-J.Apply

for the building program and the crossing at the same time," present collection system basedon died Saturday morning in Phila Rock, Ala., Mrs. R. C. Turck:,, BLOOMING. India AZALEAS Formosa dtp 2/22

lunchroom support. Montgomery said, "but thought: data furnished by the city delphia.Mr. Representatives of various organizations Jacksonville; Mrs. Harvey Simp,- pasts 1k to H2.00 FOR SALE Corner of Walnut and

3.) Immediate establishment of that she saw me and would stop."I covering all extensions made to Kammerer was the uncle of and civic groups in son, Evansville, Ind.; and Mrs GREATLY REDUCED PRICE Brownlee bungalow Sts.I 3 lots 8, 9, 10. 1

a salary schedule to provide Rank Thomas took up this line of r the system since 1942, plus field Mrs. Claude May of Hampton, Bradford County Sunday will visit Leo Wiggins, Jacksonville; a son I,, en lot.of 23 to 100 garage. Known duplex as and the I A.metal II.

III teachers with a $4200, mini: questioning from the Mayor work required to determine the Mrs. :May Sweeney of Gainesville several farms in the County to W. H. Maxville, Hampton; a BELVEDERE Acaleas. nine AZALEAGARDEN 1890 rail Green Mrs.property.A. F. For Information
$7000 maximum with proportionate Bringing in the youth's state existing condition of important and Mrs Marion Gnann, formerly take a look at the steers ownedjby brother, M. B. Porter, Savannah] 633 McMahone St. phone 183W .
mum, I AND NURSERY tfchg
increases for Rank I ment in the trial last week that t trunk lines. The master plan will lof Hampton.He FFA boys planning to enter Ga.; seven grandchildren and:l PAfLIXE EARLE COLLINSP. WANTED
teachers. his car was a half a block away:'7 also include studies of main had made a number of i them in the area rfiow and sale nine great-grandchildren O. Box 168 EarletoB. Fla. RESS. Appy in person .IT-
and Rank II I at Qardea
and the statement that the Sherwood trunk lines required in the future friends in Bradford County duringhis early in April in Gainesville. Restaurant. No telephone Calls.
Provision for a 33 1-3 per 5 YEAR WARRANTY GAS HOT _ .
) tfhrFOR .
car was half a block from i t to serve existing large un- annual visits with another "The men will evaluate the Showman To Water Heaters. Wholesale $59.95. -----

cent increase for lunchroom workers 'the intersection, Thomas esti. sewered areas within the city, niece, Miss Edna Eayre. the past animals and see what the boys Speak Call 121. 3tchg 3/1 RENT New garage apart.

., secretaries, janitors and I mated that the cars were a limits." several years. rave done: ,.". _raui. .niucmns. '-,__, ", r.o. At Legion Meeting FTSALE- :..n Good quality baled modern ment, two home bedrooms.Couple Size of

transportation personnel. block apart- when the- vouth- __n _firslsaw ____ Prepare Plans Funeral services, held Wednesday idvisor said. ... Pangola Hay. Reasonably priced. Phone 134-J. desired.tfchg

Both., ,of the legislators have Mrs. Sherwood's car. In a second section of the letter in Philadelphia, were attended The tour will begin at the W. O. Page, owner of the Page Phone Doyle' :285 E.! Conner or 274W.Ins. Agency Itchg, ]FREE OF COST Choice of beauU-

been invited, along with all other Can't Understand the company proposed to 1 by Mrs. May and Mrs. Sween- I ourthouse at 2 Sunday and Shows, will speak at the regular ful less 30 or 50 piece chest of Stain
p.m. FOR RENT Housekeeping apart Steel Ta leware.
groups interested in the school "If you saw her all that time," furnish "the preparation of complete I will visit the Lester Kite farm meeting of Jones-Langford-White ments. Very reasonable. Lights 50 years Write for information.Guaranteed

financial situation, to. participate I the city attorney said "I can't plans and specifications fore ey.H. near Graham where they will seethe Post 56, American Legion, next and water furnished. 210 N. CherrySt. No obligations. P. O. Box 321.
hone 265 or 415-J after 6 Starke. Fla.
in discussion of the issue at 1 understand why' you kept going th construction any portion B. Dowling Dies steers owned by John Allen Tuesday night. Pm. tfchg 3tp 2/23

a meeting on March 12. and drove into her. I prefer to ,or portions of the above master Shadd, Sidney Newman and Dick Page is speaking to book his W ANTED-A family to pick straw.
CABINET and Work berries.
Carpenter -
In Jacksonville organization to work
for farm.
believe you didn't see her. plan as and when authorized so Smith. Also to be viewed as an animal the Bradford Small new and repair Jobs accepted. House furnished. O. C. Cason.on

Mayor Urges "Yes, sir I saw her" Montgomery to do, from time to time, by owned by Jerry Suggs on the County Fair held in October each 267-A.. Starke.Joe C. Ricks, Rt. I tfchg Box Ztp 2/22
Hardee B. Dowling 79, retired year. The show
declared, "but I believed appropriate official action of the farm near Brooker.Independents. winters in WANTED Air Compressor with
Relief For Police she would stop." city." Jacksonville machinist, died Feb. Palatka and plays the county Will Do House Work Monday thru motor. Must he in good condition.
S 13 in a Jacksonville hospital. Hewas fairs at Palatka Friday. Work by hour day or Reasonable Billy Rose, P. O. Box
Mrs. Sherwood, the first personto Noegel's opposition to the Jacksonville Bruns- week. Emma Howard, 479 North __ 175., Kevatone Heights. 2tp t/tt
(Continued from Page 1)) born Nov. 4, 1878 in Lake wick, Waycross and some of the Thompson St. Itp
t testify, when asked by Thomaa firm based his I TopHudson's '
was on 'FOR RENT
Butler, a son of the late J. B. larger towns. Unfurnished 3 bed.
were needed and that as far as i if she ran thet stop sign said: belief that they had done a poor and Roberts Among other AVON PRODUCTS for the entire room C. B. house. 204 S. Glenn
Emily Dowling. important busi- family. Avon Representative for St. Contact J. O. Gay,
1227 E.
he knew, the most efficient "I couldn't actually say. I don't engineering job when they allowed Surviving are two sisters. Mrs. HornetsThe ness to be presented will be a report Southwest district. Mrs.Starke C. P.and Nazworth business -Call!!_St. 3tp 3/1 _

working schedule was in use. know." She said she had been the generators at the plantto Maude Crews of Jacksonville, of the committee on "Junior telephone 56-W, 311 W. LafayetteSt. FOR'SALE House Trailer with

Andrews brought out that cm the street (Broadway) for be installed with no provisionfor formerly of Starke and Mrs. Starke Independent basket- Legion" baseball. Early plans will 2tp 2/22 romplete bath, two bedrooms and

when school is out the police- only a block and usually when draining off excess oil. James R. Kelly, Tallahassee; and ballers edged the Hudson Hornets be made for a large number from FOR RENT Five room and bath ft.living lot. room Close attached.to school 50 phone x 101

man controlling traffic at the she travels on that 'block she Doubts Capability one brother, E. E. fowling of Saturday night by the score of the post to attend the district of unfurnished Lawtey on house.paved 6 road.miles James N.W. 390.W or 4SO. ZIp 2/22

- high school can be put on full drives slowly in second gear because "I just don't feel they are Dublin Ga.Funeral 59-53 but felt the loss of three of conference and state convention Rosier. 2tp 2/22 FOR SALE

of the bumps. capable," he commented duringthe services held lost' to this spring.
time duty and relieve the other were their key players as they S FOR SALE This lovely 2 B. It. home I. one
said that during Can't RememberMrs. argument. Feb. 14 at the graveside in Swift the Gainesville All-Stars Tuesday AU Legionnaires and veteransare of the bet locations IB tows, ..
men. The mayor I SO aeres A hoase on paved road. a tery uparloai 1.,. I really ...
Mildred Douglas a Hazen Mayor W. T. Jackson Creek urged to .t
the summer he would have passenger Cemetery near Lake Butler night 7048. attend the Legion Good farm land or building: .It... believe that you ran beat this I.
to relieve them for their vaca- in Mrs. Sherwood's car Councilmen I. E. Clark and Joe l with Rev. W. McAliley of- Against the Hornets from Palat- meeting to be held at the Legion SEE TIllS BARGAIV $5,5OO. Tern a for"Home Bur"'. A good bay today

tions, not the holiday time. told that court,. "I can't say Andrews HI defended the company ficiating. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral ka,, W. E. Criswell made the biggest home on North Temple avenue Two bed room faralshed hease, oaly $7,000. OB term.

)Jf we stopped or not. I can't saying that they have a very Home was in charge of ar dent by scoring 25 points. beginning at. 7:30 p. m. Refreshments 4 1/3 arres land patrd highway Home lte.. 3 A. went of city ..

"The policemen are" working remember. if we did or didn't. good reputation >and came highly rangements. Townsend Strickland was second will be served after the IWOO.OO: age.Road A IS.daady about plare 500 ft.to road build froat-
56 1-2 hours a week, the mayor Mrs. Douglas supported Mrs. recommended to the City for man with 10 points. meetinff. 22 arre of laad on r. S. .101. Will new home and hate I.t. and lot of
said "while other city employeeswork high sell all or any part with wlth- rooss.zo .
Sherwood's contention that the their first project here in 1942. Bull Presented and De- or
ovt home.Beautiful
wantis Criswell A. Q. Smith
45. All I ,
only 44 or car was going slow. "We couldn't The fact that Reynolds, Smith be Founders' .. farm with 3 B. R. ......
a fair shake for them. have been'going 10 wayne Elder were unable to Day haUdlac; lot., two '10"0rroa I Hath, deep w.11.Ir" for tire
over miles and Hills were the engineers in Local FFA'ersAt Klagsley Lake. Priced ato>'.. Sealed throat-bout. ,
on hand for the contest against at a Clo et* ..
At the end of the discussion, per hour" the sewer project in 1942 and Observed By PTAThe barilla. all bed room*. Ballt-la rablaet
Gainesville. In that game IB kltrhra. with
the Council unbent somewhat, Recommending that the case had followed Starke's sewer development FairThe Strickland set the pace :o acre farm. 3 bed room hoa.r, Ink. Oa mall and school rompartBttnt and ba*
with Andrews remarking that the against Mrs. Sherwood ''be dropped since that time was also Tampa High School P. T. A. met ..041..... $5OOO.OO. \. little a* $!,- Roatr. Owaer transferred and N>.
should not with 19 points. Tuesday, Feb. :MOM dowa. Balance Iran has realCbolre sell for" 94.500. with term
of the people 19 at 7:30
"safety Thomas said: used as an argument in- theirfavor. Starke Chapter, Future p. m.
be impaired by thrift." The Independents were sche- with Mrs. R V. Chapman Lola OB Saate .. Lake See me for three
r sad
"Of course, it is the Farmers of America, was awarded presi go- other fine
city's dutyto duled for a return match with the dent presiding. lag at bargain price UntlnK. List yoar property with
"It boils down to the situa- prosecute the cases brought Fair To PeopleIn a purebred Aberdeen Angus bull Devotional was me Come by phone or
Hornets last night (Thursday) at led
tion that you use the extra man before this court by the city's advancing his proposal to by the Sears Roebuck Founda- ,,the BHS and are getting by Rev. W. S. McAliley, and FLORIDA REALTY CO.

as little as possible. ," Council policemen, but it is also the dutyof call in other firms, Noegel said I recently at the Florida State'I set for the gym tournament in St. Augustine the. Pledge to the Flag was a Of Starke WALL REALTY

Chairman T. C. Hazen Jr. told the city attorney to recom- "it's only fair to the people of Fair in Tampa.In special rendition led by Henry Telephone 3X3 REGISTERED BROKER
Feb. 28, March 1-2. Williams 355 Temple Ave. Starbe, FIn
the mayor. : mend action he considers to be in Starke" to do so. other activity at the fair, sung by the High : Box 466 Phone 437-J

In other action, the Council the interest of justice." "I don't understand what you the Bradford and Starke chapterswon School Glee Club. The Glee Club HOME FOR RENT Three bedroom 337 N. Walnut Starke

agreed to hold a special meeting Recommend Dismissal"It are trying to do, "Clark said. I second places for the showing Fire RunsThe ful.also" sang "America the Beauti before house 5. or, Plnehaven.462 after 5. Call Itchg 680 FOUND

Monday to hear the reports of: it i uncommon for a prosecuting "I'm onjy) trying to ask for:. of purebred Aberdeen Angus dog. Owner- Yellow may.and have while by female
Starke Fire paying
the three insurance agents. H. attorney to recommenda competition," Noegel snapped. heifers. Rudolph Sapp of Heil- Department The program concerned"Founder's : FOR SALE 11 cubic foot ServelGall board and advertising bilL Contact .
was, called at 1:13 am. Saturdayto refrigerator, used 2 years. City Police.
After Clark moved that the bronn exhibited the heifer forthe Day, Itchg
C. -Wall, Doyle Conner and Charley case be ,discharged, but it is celebrating, Perfect condition S50.08.two
Johns on the result of his duty and obligation when he: firm's offer be accepted. Noegel Starke Chapter and RobertSalmon [ extinguish a fire burning a bill the 60th anniversary of the P.T.A. burner oil heaters $8 each. Estate FOR SALE Piano: Kimball consolette -
of board on SR 100 which had been Past Presidents Gas Range $10.00. Dining room In good condition.
their surveys of the insurance thinks such a recommendation; declared that "you all are goingto Bayless Highway showed of the P. table and 4 chairs 1000. J. S.; State Farm, Extension Call
: the Bradford chapter's animal set by a woods fire. T. A., Mrs. H A. Eurel. Rt. 1, Box %119. 45-J or
requirements for the city as was I should be made." push this thing down my throat Lawson and tfchg. write Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. Raiford

requested recently by the Coun Thomas stressed that and not give anybody else i a The heifers were of different: Last Thursday they were calledtoexUnguishafire.Mchha Jim Ritch were recognized, and WANTED Efficient part time Fla. Itch!'

only onewitness chance." ages and therefore in different: j presented a gift. The Found typist for general office work. FOR RENT Completely furnished
had testified that Mrs. "Nobody is jamming anything! classes. Each of the two heifers, gotten into a pile of packing I er's Day address was given b Call 8SO. Itchg. seven room house including new
The Council voted to wait until Sherwood had failed to stop, andpointed i crates 30" window fan 3/4 ton Air Con.
down your throat," Hazen im came in second. place for its near the Florida Power & Mrs. Lawson. MAN OR WOMAN to take over ditioner electric kitchen ga.
next week to act on bids on out that witness was route of
mediately shot back. respective class. Light plant. Merritt Williams chairman m customers In rage and fenced back yard. Pre
line "the involved ; ------- -- Starke. Weekly profits! of $50.00 fer Couple
pipes for water projects on one in the acci or tenants with older
is voting their convictions." the County Citizens Council; or more at start possible. No car children. 321 W Madison Call
north U. S. 301 and bids gave a appointment
Richheimer asked the Councilto report on the to
er pipe for the project on East I interest in the case." conditionsof Will help you get started. Write see. $75 per mo. Dorothy Waters.
allow three months for the 'our schools as found by the C. R. Ruble, Dept. F-3. The Watkins lipPI.t
Call street. "His prejudice would complete committee Company Memphis 2, Tennessee. -
preparation, of the master'plan.. the possible .
The Council agreed to call forbids l ly disqualify him as a witness" He said representatives of the of financing for school improve-ways Itp >OS

for a "patch pot". in prepa Thomas continued. urge the firm would meet with the Coun- ments. LOST Bill fold Fountain of A truck load of 1957 model.
p. printed. Contained WarJItier
ration for a program of patching court to dismiss the case or re cil from time to time to reporton S.. The highlight of the meeting without fndentlfleation. Return to Small Dow.Plaaoranu Payment

city streets. Some of the Council turn a directed verdict in favorof the progress and receive sug'gestions .H.n.IR-JIIE nTtN 'ci.4i was the film on "Fight for Better Mm. Dewey Williams'! %tl'h2' 2/8 EASY TERMS S

men remarked that a number o::f the witness.:: -) ",: .;;" : FOR
.. ; ; Schools. RENT Furnished cottage Come IB to see them or let oar
complaints have been received "We just don't have the wit S'i & 4 Refreshments modern convenience C14 LakeSt. represeatatlte bring one for you
\ were served in Adults. Mrs. A. F. Sauls (33 to see
about the condition of some o f nesses or evidence to find Mrs. Rev. Zvoda To SpeakThe I (k III! : the cafeteria during the social :McMahone St.: Call 183-W. Itehs '
the streets. Sherwood guilty, he declared. hour. CRIULEV Ml SIC COMPAXV. INC.
LOST Male Boston- Bull dog. 1023: W. Talverslty Ave.t .
Pat Miller, owner of property Rev. Walter Zvoda, evan- .- Black and white. Name Butch. GalarsTtll. Florida

on the east.edge of the city, de Mail Route BidsBids gelist and missionary from Ashe- Five Join GuardFive Please Dr. Plne-haven return Sub.to COS Refeard.Pinewood Itp Phoae FR 2-4033 11.111;

scribed a swampy area near the vifle. N. c., will speak at the Lw REWARD
S .. REAL ESTATE WANTED I lost from my car on
city limits and the Griffia Loop received for a S Monday
are beng -
Long Baptist Church men including a set of February 18, quite a lot of valuable
road and asked the Council t 0 mail messenger route between the Thursday at 7:30 In. and show twins We special I. Acreage-Urge .r, papers. This was In vicinity of post
p. Joined National Guard !
Co. ali tracts. Have prospective Office. I will be
cooperate in draining a ditch to Starke' Post Office and the Seaboard his colored film of Jerusalem, a of Starke this week bringing Barer. We would appreciate Y..I i their safe return. They very will grateful all bear for

relieve the situation. Airline Railroad Postmaster : Garden of Gethsemane. Golgotha the total lUtlax, yoar property with B*. If, the name of J. E. WalL Jr. Please
sad strength of the unit to priced rtc.,. Mall tot Liaise Crosby, return to 337 N. Walnut 8t.
Such a project would "benefi G. J. McGriff Jr. Wednes and the Tomb of Christ. He will] The outside p to or man
of the Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch Company' new 108 men. The new enlistees are Awelate P., O. Box 461. lUhg

everybody In Starke during the day. also show the Mt. of Olives, the building and warehouse takes the shape of its finished form officeS the twin brothers, Irvin and Volley ROXIE TIIOJl.RF.ALTOR WANTED Man or Woman
Deadline for the. bids will be place from where Christ ascendedinto : P. O. Box S33: be-
Browning William 28
mosquito breeding season Miller L. noon on Feb. 28. Anyone interested Heaven. construction work enters its final phases. Robert Firth, manager and I!. Carter P...... BeFI.rl... Sarawak Must to ass

said. The Council agreed to obtain forms and of the Draw-Tite dealership'here, said that finishing work on the interior Allen E. Cocbrane all of 4t>hc 8/15: In apptarance, honest! and have
can more The Rev. H. F. Higdon. pastor, Starke, and Roger K. Rivers of S a dependable automobile.
check into. the matter and see information at the post office, Mc extends an invitation to the pub- and landscape work are yet to be done. He said he expected I Keystone FOR RENT Three room fur teed good salary If willing GU&ran to
+ Heights: All of the five nished. efficiency apartment: work. Apply
what they could do. Griff said. lic to attend. the building to be ready for oecnpanry somettmet, in March. are 17 years of age. roomy closet; in nice horn*. 425; hand writing Immediately to P.O'. Box In OWn IS
N. Walnut St. Itcnr: Starke, Fla.

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Hampton."It ITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT: needles did fly and nimble fin- NOTICE TO APPEAR Louis T. Ransom SOS Consolidated -
Oldest IB Circuit Court Bradford Co..ty Building Jacksonville t,
: was Tom Durden who was Home gers worked to make that fine FUrUat IB Chaaeerr. Florida
the to set them Demonstration Bertie Eva buck Plaintiff vs.
gn hired by City stitch. All agreed they had rather John Houck, Defendant. and file the original la the of fie*
Resident Recalls ... out but I can't remember the Case No. 10-20U of the Clerk of the Circuit Court oa
exact date." (Z Notesby quilt with someone than work Xetlec T. Appear or before the 18th day of March.
1957; otherwise the
allegations of
To: John Houck, whose
Town Tragic ireHAMPTON'S Mr. Saxon has been dead now alone.If is Unknown and whose last known confessed said Complaint'wUl be taken u
and Mrs. Is interested in address was Morganton. North yon;
for about 10 years DOROTHY ROSSHome anyone a Carolina. This notice shall be publish
Saxon does all her own house- r ft / once each week for four consecutive
OLDEST RES- quilt see' Mrs. Markey presidentof You are hereby notified that a suit weeks In the Bradford County Tel
Demonstration divorce
to her Agent
work and manages
IDENT, Mrs. J. H. Saxon 86, is the club or any member of hail been filed against you in the graph.Dated
all this 12th of
yard looking neat and trim above named Court and cause and day February
shown above the yardat 1957.
tidying up the club.RamIeDacron
.T the time. 4-H County Council Formed Patricia Pellum. Officers from you are required to serve a copy of Official Seal) Charles A. Darby
her home where She has lived Fabric your answer or pleading to the
,. "Hampton is a good place to Saturday morning, Feb. 16, the Hampton club and Starke 6th oomplalnt on the Plaintiffs Attorney Br Marian Clerk L. of the Circuit Court
for about 50 Crosby. Deputy Clerk
years. miles live" she concluded. "I ought to officers of the 1-H Clubs in the grade club were not present. Ramie, a fiber plant being test-
'Born May 25, 1870 a few ak '
ed at the Everglade Experiment
( know for I've lived here all my county met with the agent and Quilts
west of Hampton she was one of
Station in Belle Glade holds
11 children of Levi Johns and life." Miss Bronna Elkins Assistant The Brooker Home Demonstration of i. YOUR HOME WILL PROVE
important -
promise becoming
State Girls 4-H Club, Agent, in
Martha Hall Johns. Her father ;T consider Club has just completed part of a fabric being developed VO
sty 1VVVVVVVYVVVVVV'hIGHLAND the agent's office to.
was also a native of Bradford the formation of a county coun- making and quilting its second for service men in hot THEBESTOFFRlENDSF
County and served all four yearsin climates. Ramie is in the
quilt this winter. grown
the War Between the States.Of cil.Miss Everglades section and / YOU REPAIR eJiL
Elkins explained to the This has been the only money-
the 11 children

and Garfield Johns, a Hampton By Bin.- Lacy NormanLAUWLAAAUWIWAU 13 girls present the purpose and making project in several years County.A ,THE ODDS AND ENDS. 7t
value of a county council and blend of ramie and dacronis
farmer are the only survivors.Mrs. and the members had fun doing '
how it is made up. an outstanding 'developement
Saxon attended school at
located MRS. J. IL SAXON After some discussion .the it. Some pieced the quilt squaresin coming out of tests using ramiein
when it was
Hampton ( Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crews of their spare moments at home
the dozen large mills in the East
and a
girls voted to organize .
where Home's store is today Mrs.
Jacksonville were visiting but most of them gathered for
home located
present next to following officers were elected: a and Southeast.The .
and her favorite teachers were .
Home's store on the main high- Maggie Crews Sunday afternoon.Mr. President Marilyn Cox; Vice- sewing fest where much of the hot-weather fabric still in
Ernest Webb and old Henry
husband. way in town, and the home ad- and Mrs. Charles Moselyof president, Patricia Pellum; Secretary -: work was done. Members contrib- the laboratory state is a four
of her
Saxon father joining it for over 50 years. "We Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs uted the material for the blocks and one-half ounce fabric of Oxford -
have grades Judy Kelley;
"We didn't
any built this home I'm living in Vaughn Prescott of Lawtey and the club paid for the cotton weave in an over-all blend
I the books, she Jane Bigham; Reporter
then. We went by
said. The principal of the school now," she said, "and at one time visited the L. M. Normans last t Elizabeth Prevatt; Historian and lining. of 35 per cent ramie and 65 per- 1
the entire block from Sunday. The quilt was put in the frameat
bought a cent dacron. Other items are
was a Mr. Blanton. n_ .' .. Patsy Sapp.In .
named seals." Mrs. Zettie Padgett returned the Community Center the
man wylie under design where ramie Is
Back in those days folks lived the absence of Marilyn Pa-
well on a farm :Mrs. .saxon re- She has enjoyed good health home Friday after spending a tricia presided over the business favorite quilting spot and a time being .Wfd not so much as a Pay While You Enjoy Your Home Repairs.We .

almost all her life. "Only illness week at Maxville with the Harry was set for everyone to meet to substitute fiber but as one which.
calls. "There was always plentyto part of the meeting.As .
do, cooking and tending the I ever had," she said, "was an Padgetts.Mr. it's first project the council do the quilting. Oh how the will do a job much better. Will Arrange for Labor.and Materials
attack of and that Norman
typhoid and Mrs. Lacey
stock and helping around but we discussed Rally Day which is
had lots of good things to eat. made me awful'sIck.. That was and son visited the R. E. Sappsin I March 9th. and planned part of Up To 3 Months To Pay-
what killed my mother and a Green Cove Springs last Sat-
father made his own sugar,
day's program. FACTSMany .
and cured our meat. We used to sister long "ago, when there was urday. March 4. Patricia Pellum, assisted by See Us For Details :'.<
an epidemic. Our revival starts
I have as many as 20 big hams Judy Kelley served refreshmentsat ailments traced Ir
are daily being to
the smokehouse at Asked to account for her long Everybody keep it in mind and nerve pressures f
hanging in the beginning of the meeting. produced by minor accidents falls and strains.
life Mrs. Saxon said: come out and worship with us. ,
one Married Early "The way to live to be old is Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thompson Elizabeth Prevatt gave the de- These ailments will never be corrected until the nerve
devotional after which the girls
When she was 13, she becamethe to live honest and treat people ot Jacksonville visited the Lacey 4-H The 4-H pledgewas pressure is located and removed. Your Chiropractor is a itft''

bride of J. Henry Saxon in a right. Treat others as you would Normans Sunday afternoon. sang given songs.at the close of the specialist in this field.
have them treat And live a Happy birthday to little Marcia
at her home, with Rev. you.
ceremony Accident Cases and Nervous Disorders
Feb. 5, Avie Austin, meeting. a SpecialtyH. '
Ben :llanire, Christian Church good Christian life. Hardee on BUILDERS SUPPLIES <

minister, officiating. "Today things are a lot worse Feb. 2, and Maggie Crews, Feb. Those girls attending were: G.. BOLLINGER CHIROPRACTOR ,

They went to live on a place than they were years ago. Peoplelive 14. And happy wedding anniver- Lawtey Vonda Gayle Starling,

close by the G. S. & F railroad. too fast and they think more sary to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nor- Lynn Perint, Elaine Harley; 3 BLOCKS NORTH OF POST OFFICE IN STARKE e4S 333 _

Her husband was a farmer at of worldly things than they do of man, Feb. 19. Brooker Norma Jean Parrish,

first, although ,later he boughtand God." Mrs. L. M. Norman, Mrs. Lacey Mary Jane Bigham Janice Phone 108 Starke, Florida

Norman, and Mrs. Beedie Norman Green Barbara Jean Green, j
sold timber. The Saxons had Mrs. Saxon is a member of '

no children, but they raised two the Christian Church of Hamp- were in Jacksonville last Fridayon I Virginia Parrish Judy Kelley_ ; -

girls Lucille and Mabel Green. ton, and has been a member of business.I Starke Suzanne Judd, Martha .

Today Mabel (now Mrs. Lee) that faith since she was 12 years want to correct a mistakein Susan Bitch Elizabeth Prevatt .

and Lucille Saxon (she married old. the paper last week. Mr. and -

into the family) are both living Remembered Big Fire Mrs. Floyd Norman were visitingin TTTTTTYTYTYYYYTYTTTTTTTT POWER..to

close by Mrs. Saxon. Asked to describe the most Glen St. Mary instead of cut

Back in those Mrs. Moniac Ga.CARD.
days, exciting thing that ever happenedin RISINGBy
Saxon recalls there were only Hampton Mrs. Saxon replied:

two business places in Hampton: "The big fire that happened OF TIIANKS !
Mrs. Edward :NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA time costs trip
the post office and a store oper- about 20 years ago. It started in Thank you the people of Brad- every

ated by a man named Terry. the middle of the night at a big ,,
ford and Alachua County for your ,:.<,,.,,,.,... Z-&Jt*
She had good cause to remem- two-story rooming house down .r4:! :
kindnesses at the time and dur-
: and Mrs. Ervin Young and fY; :
: :
ber the Big Freeze. by the railroad station. It burn- #<'JJ'ff:2J:; -
ing my accident. Shep Tomlinson, of Valdosta, Ga., Mrs. Tom- ":':'.. .
6) 0Ij; : '
"We had just bought a groveof ed that house, the postoffice,, r '"
and family. \ '&t; ;
Barnea of Kingsley Lake and ;*i>&MVs fvMt*
orange trees, and that night store buildings and it would my [ ; ''ij
M. Stevens and children of
the freeze came along and killed have burned our house too, but THE RIGHT POINT for the' Mrs. visited Mrs. Myrtle Barnes .... .. !Ii"-" Wi-. .,,:;.;,...,:. Y. .>... 4> "'''''M"'"'.,... .- .
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:Mrs. W. S. Haas and childrenof
Mrs. Saxon has lived in her oaks were first planted in Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH ,.. u
t this section visited her parents .,. .,
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Winter Garden last week. Mr.

Haas jointed them there and
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spent the weekend with his h .

parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Haas, -

in Eustis.

Freddie Sue Barnes is back q9?'e, it: 3 a a a

home after spending several daysin

the Bradford County Hospital. :
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I We wish her a speedy recoverey Mb

after her operation.Mr. .

C and Mrs. Buck Alvarez and

: and Ruby Green were
xA family, .,
K- f 4b visiting Mrs. Loca Lewis last /' a
Sun ay.
J. C. Larramore and Mrs. E.

Lewis were visiting Mrs. Ruby + :w

Norris of Lake City over the
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Valdosta, Ga.'
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JiB feieral Deposlf Insurance 'CorpDatii6( ,i spending Mrs. Lawton this week Crawford in Jacksonville is- w4B'r.' .. ; 4 airrar + ifr
with her mother who is i ,x
; WASI4IHGT' lhl. o. C. i.ft10 b'"' very ill.Bobby. s; a u'
000 MAX1MUMJ $VRANC g Alvarez of Jacksonville
'.rOR tACK PiP: $.TOR.. $1'0 OOO" : '
weekend with his -
.,. .' > spent parents '
Mr. and Mrs. Buck Alvarez.

Church services are the same New DODGE bgpoweriants

at Bayless Highway Baptist

Church. Sunday School 10 a.m. ,

Preaching' at 11 a.m. Everyone?

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STATE FARMBy You get a'power reserve in a Dodge Power Giant

SIGN OF SUPER SAFETY! In a financial institu- that pays off every mile you drive. From 204-hp.

Janet Turner pick-ups to giant 232-hp. tandems, Dodge gives
tion where this sign appears, people's hard-earned Phone 133-J .
you the most power of the low-priced three .
dollars insured loss as the sign specifies
actually as much as 31% more. {

(the full cost of the insurance, by the.way, being ". Dea Wilson of Starkewas *
borne the institution and its fellow members of last of the
by a guest Friday. Extra power means faster acceleration, safer

the FDIC). Moreover, those dollars are protectedby W. G. Stringfellows. passing cuts your time costs every trip. It
Delbert Crews of Montgomery,
sound management, conservative investment : Ala. and John Crews of Monticellowere cuts operating costs, too, because it lets your

policies, periodic examinations, and physical safe- weekend guests of their Dodge engine loaf under loads that make less

parents Mr. and Mrs. G. E. powerful engines whine with strain. Less strain o .
guards a combination of safety factors available ..:
: :
less fewer And
Crews. means wear, repairs. the special

only at a bank. For only a bank can be an FDIC Mrs. W. H. Edwards Jr. and \ design of these Power Giant V-8's delivers full- MOST PAYLOAD

member. can offer five-way, super safety.BANK son visit, Hal in, left Orange Monday Park for with a week's her powered performance on regular gas. OF THE LOW-PRICED 3. .

in-laws. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ed- Dodge pick-ups haul as much as
YOUR MONEY-WITH US, WE SUGGEST: .. More power I lets you haul I bigger I loads. That's -
wards Sr.
.: 73% more than other low-priced makes.
WE WILL WELCOME YOUR ACCOUNT. Mr. and Mrs. Owen House and why Dodge can offer bigger payload capacitiesin

t family spent the weekend in every weight class. For instance, the Dodge

.. Thomasville and Camilla Ga. 300'pick-up< packs up to 73% more payload each

.. -. r with friends* and relatives.Mr. trip than comparable competitive makes. And Combine all these features with smart new

and JIrs. J. C. Wallace that's the kind of payload advantage that many Forward Look styling and comfort-designed cabs

spent the weekend in Jackson- times means one trip'instead of two. and you've plenty of reason to take a good look
ville with her brother-in-law and
at a Dodge. Why not do it soon? You'll find your
sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wells.
='' ''- Mr. and Mrs. .W. G. Stringfellow Dodge is the easiest handling truck on the road Dodge dealers deal will help you decide on a new

.a" T lST had as their weekend guests -with the shortest turning radius for easier park Dodge Power Giant right now! ,

i.I' their daughter Mrs. R. A. Bark- ing and quicker zip-in-and-out maneuverability. 'Available on lota-tonnage and Forward-Control models.
...:b\lJ \ \ II ley of Jacksonville. The String-
.. : \ It .- .Power steering is available for most models. And, -
.... --_ .;;;;;;:: \\ fellows Mrs. Barkley, and Mrs.
for the first time
eD ,\ on any truck, Dodge offers the DODGE
I/J.-INF Inman Green of Starke visited
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> FLORIDA y in Green Cove last Sunday! transmission for the easiest driving eve .

NATI9NAL .r Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLendonhad

AT STARKE= as their guest four days

this week her nephew Cr R. and

< -- rr -- ---- Robert Douglas McDonell Conner of Tampa.spent the Hardy Brothers Motor Company

weekend with his grandparents,
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they can go. Clark last week. City'last Saturday.Mr. I Detroit, Michigan.

With this warm weather, we The Black Creek Associational and Mrs:: Dempsey Sapp .I You are hereby notified that a suit I Floridaand file the original the office of weeks graph. in the Bradford County Tele-

would have pretty good Pensacola Sunday School meeting will i* and children of Gainesville visited for divorce in the above has been filed againstyou the Clerk of the Circuit Court on DAted this 13th day of February,
grass pastures it we had water. held Feb. 22 at Court and or before the 18th day of March: 1957.
Hickory Grove the E. A, Sapps Monday night cause and you are required to serve 1957- otherwise the allegations of (OFFICIAL SEAL)
Well this is written on Monday. Baptist Church in Green Cove to a copy the of your answer or pleading said Compaint will be taken as Charles A. Darby.
Maybe by ,the time you read It Springs., All teachers and officersare 4 CEMETERY WORKING Attorney J. Donald on the Gibson.Plaintiff's 100 confessed by you. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
This notice shall be published By Marian L.
Friday, conditions will be different urged to attend. Smith Deputy Clerk.
Building, Jacksonville 2. once each week for four!>> consecutive 2/15 4t 8/8
Remember Hybrid Corn Mary Zena Whitaker is in bed There will be a cemetery working -.

Hope we can promote a little with the mumps. We wish her '8 at the Sapp Cemetery Tues- t. ,' _, __ ,_.'.'-

corn-growing contest this year. speedy recovery. Others on the day March 5. Come prepared to

We have a few mighty good yields sick list are Andrew Harveyand work.

like the ,Clyde Hall and L. G. ,Lynn &app. FARMERS ;)
Johns Also heard
crop. that How- Mrs.
V By Ceo. T. HngginaCounty Maude Wainwright visited NOTICE Tfr APPEAR

V Agent ard Mott made a good,yield with her mother, :Mrs..Susan Sapp, in IB Circuit V CoBrt. Bradford Cuty. )9
use of extra nitrogen. There were Gainesville Florida i IB Chancery. V
-' Wednesday of last Oscar J. Brown. Plaintiff
vs. Betty
.. enough gains there to challengeus week. M Brown, defendant. V I
Plants Plenty And Pretty record book,with a place for au to try for higher county av Case No...10-2045
One of our good strawbeny that, it would be easier to keep. JoAnn McDaniel spent Sunday Notice To Appear V SUPPLY
I erage. with Frances Martin. To: Betty M. Brown, whose residence -
growers, Ira Wilson by name, is Oh, how about that farm gas- The three hybrid corn varieties During the and address is: 229 Fishburn

surely in the strawberry plant oline that is eligible for tax refund good for storage and that are afternoon they visited Mrs. Jim- Street. Charleston, South Carolina.
You notified
are hereby that
my Thornton who is in the a anlt I VVFVVYNYt &7S.
outstanding ? About seven cents per gallon hospital for divorce and
business. Perhaps the most adapted to our section are Dixie other relief '

feature of importance is would be pretty good coming 18,' Cokers 811, and Funk's G- Don't with a new baby boy. above has been named filed Court against and you cause In and the Is Happy

that he has kept leaf.spot out of back after awhile.There is a placein 740. Cokers 811 Is white corn. forget choir rehearsal you are required to serve a copy of
Friday night. your answer or pleading to the
the new record book to keep :
the plant beds. A new hybrid will be tried out complaint on the Plaintiffs
Most of the strawberry fields all that. Keep this book through. in the field for the first time this Mr. and Mrs. Ossie Norman Attorney Louis T. Ransom. 608 To Announce
the and it will make and son attended the wedding of Consolidated Building, Jacksonville -
this year that are troubled with year year. Florida 200 has topped all 2, Florida
excessive leaf spot can be traced money when you figure your 1957 other field corns for 1955 and her sister in Jacksonville last and file the original in the officeof I That
Saturday night. Ronnie servedas the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor .
back to plant bed infestation. Too income tax. 1956 In the North Florida area. before the 18th day of ,March.

often we get a little careless and We have one for you. It costs We have requested our shareof ring bearer in the ceremony.A 1957; otherwise the allegations of S
said Complaint will be taken a*
fail to throw out plants of crops you nothing except the little extra this new hybrid for field trialsIn birthday supper was givenin confessed by you.

that might carry disease organ- time to stop and pick it up, or our county. Our Farm Bureaus honor of p. B. Johns las'tFriday once""his each noUce week shall for four be consecutive published

isms. send us a card asking for one. I going to sponsor this object night, with 35 guests enjoying eeks IB.the Bradford County Tele

I: No in crib is the occasion. Among I traph.
corn pretty
In V addition to mighty pretty Getting Pretty DryIn your those Dated this 12th day of February. ,
plants, Ira has a nice field of the past 60 days we have enough nor good enough for you present, besides the family, 1957. WeEretfRilllaW
were Rev. Elzie Bullard (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby
had perhaps less than a half an to plant. Don't you get caught and
berries. All cold damage had not. Clerk of the Circuit Court
cleared last time I was there inch of rain over the county. In trying to slip some seed out. family of Jacksonville, and Rev. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
up E. C.
fact half an inch is about tops Too Many Die EarlyDr. Harvey and family. Rev. 2/15 4t 3/8
so it is about time for me to return -
for some sections and in othersIt T. J. Cunha, head of the Harvey also celebrated his birth- NOTICE TO CREDITORSIn
to if the of the
se quality
day last .
berries has Improved. has been down to zero. Animal Husbandry Departmentat V I'REVATT. Deceased. -
the University estimates that IB The Court Of The County Judge,, RAINBOW
Good Records Important Irrigation has really paid off Florida IVI
Bradford CouBty
I I at least 20 per cent of all beef TTTTTWWVTfTTVTTTTTTVtLONG
How much did those tractor for those boys who have had mar- IB Probate.To .
V calves and 40 per cent of all pigs All Creditor And Person Having -
parts cost? Forget just when I kets for vegetables like turnips, BRIDGE ; Claim or Demand Against I
born In Florida die before
weaning -
bought that tire for the truck. mustard, and collards. It has been AND NEW Said Estates Is Our Guarantee
RIVER You and each of
Don't remember putting down very pleasing to see how well ycc are
notified and
required to present
dust for tobacco or the cost of berries have grown off without There are great losses! and Dr. BIra. E. A. any claims and demands which you

those pills I had to give the cows. water. We're having a pretty Cunha says that a great majorityof Sapp or either of you. may have againstthe I-------J: -_- P4.m To You Of
estate of Joseph W. Prevatt,
Well, maybe if you had a good I I.F I good test to see just how long them can be attributed to poor & & & &4AAAA AA A A I deceased, late of said County, to \ UIIt1
nutrition.. Getting young animalsoff the County Judge of Bradford
to a good start mares for Mrs. Irene Roberts of Key- County, Florida, at his office in INCREASEDFOOD
stone Heights the court house of said County at \
was a PLANT
more economical gains later on. Starke Florida within eight cal- II\ioWl
Good with the ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. James endar months from the time of the
BILLY JACKSONFOR feeding practices
See Lavender Jr. first publication of this notice. YIELDS
breeding animals is mighty im. Each claim or demand shall be in

portant also. The calf crop for Mr. and 'Mrs. Joe Moody, and writing, and shall state the placeof 1\\l\ \
Mr. residence and post office addressof
Florida is approximately tOper and Mrs. Fernie Moody en- the claimant, and shall _be
joyed a sightseeing sworn to by the claimant, his And
TOP SOIL FILL DIRT DISKING cent. With this average it means trip to Cedar
Key last agent, or attorney. and any such
that some cattlemen are gettinga Sunday.We claim or demand not so filed shall
Tractor Work calf three J! regret to report that be void. % w4.r- -
And All Type only once every years.I lit- Edwin T. Prevatt, "As Administrator HIGHESTQUALITY
The average number of pigs I tle Wayne Gibson is back in of the Estate of Jos-

saved Jitter lash: was Hope Haven Hospital with rheumatic eph W. Prevatt. deceased.
PHONE 165 per year i. First publication February 15, iaVI4!
Just slightly over six. |I fever. He has been admit- 1957. 1

W. T. JACKSON TRANSFERNOTICE Observations and records will] ted to this hospital several times 2/15 4t 3/8 .

. prove that where more attentionis during the past two years. We NOTICE ; e&' -

paid to breeding and feeding the hope he, is soon well. Notice Is hereby given that on-V
the 25th day of February, 1957 at _
calf and pig crop is improved. Mrs. George Green and chil- 12:00: o'clock noon, the undersigned 1*, '
dren of Lake City visited her Sheriff of Bradford County, Flori- VI
Question Your Friend da, will sell for cash, to the high-
Multiply your age by two and sister, Mrs. Beulah Moody, Sat- est and best bidder the following
described motor vehicles:
urday afternoon.Mr. .
add five to result Then multiplyby 1942 Buick Coupe, Motor No.
50. Add the change in your and Mrs. Lacy Johns and 45316907. Color .Faded Gray, 1954
and Mrs. E. A. Sapp went V
if less than dollar.
pocket one
1949 Ford Truck Motor No. I 11 I V
Subtract the number of days ina to the Orlando T. B. Hospital 97HC-184743, Color Black
said sale shall be conducted immediately IN
Sunday visit
year-365, then add 115 for good Elmore Cason, West of the Bradford

measure. The two left hand figureswill who is a patient there. County Jail In Starke, Floria, and THIS ISSUE
Due To The Rising Cost Of Parts And Mrs. Vonda Anderson of Deland will be held in accordance with "
be your age, and the two !Chapter 562, Florida Statutes of at uwZ' hsee
right hand figures the change In and her mother, Mrs. Minnie 1955.
Grander, who has been I This the 5th day of February,
your pocket! visiting !A.D.. 1957.
Labor I Am Forced To Increase
for a few weeks, returned Sun- s/ P. D. Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford -

,,..... ...TTTTTTTTTTTTTT day for a'day's visit with Mrs. I County, Florida.2/15 2t 2/22

My Prices From Emily Mrs. Moody. I NOTICE-TO APf"EkR Farmers
Mary Snowden is spendingthis
NORTH SIDEBy la Circuit! Court, Bradford County,
week with her daughter, I Florldai la Chancery.
Mrs. Ethel Johnson, of Gaines- Curtis W. Taylor Plaintiff, vs.
$12.50 TO $14.00 PER HOUR Lena Taylor, Defendant.
Mrs. Carl

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Leslie For- Notice To Appears
To: Lena Taylor, whose residence ..-
FOR D-7 CATERPILLARAND sythe were shopping in Lake and address is: 1966 Ford Avenue, ':.J' -
The North Side Baptist Church

rinished a study course last Tues- .JV.

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TAKE SOIL SAMPLES I WHERE TO PLACE give cigarette ash the desired j II I ouse of said County at Starke, hundred eighteen and seven tenths I(Galnesvile. Florida Julian
FERTITIZER light color. Potash also increases I lorida. within eight calendar (31S.7) feet. more or less to',Jr.. and Mary ; Peek Laming S.15 acres and being more
FOR months from the time of the first known heirs at law devisees or particularly! described as follows:
FIND OUT NEEDS FOR BEST RESULTS resistance to firing in dry weather : ublicatlon of this notice. Each lineal descendants of the said Samuel residence Rd.. and address Is 220 Con- Commence at the Northwest corner
and reduces from laim or demand shall be in writing Griffis. Helen Josephine Parsons way Decatur. Georgia; Isbel of the East half Southwest Quar-
injury certain Peek Ritch and J. H. Ritch her ter ( of said
nd shall state the place of resilience and husband Parsons SWU Southeast Quarter
Your soil is the raw materials It you're using less than 1,000 leaf spot diseases. and post office address of whose true Christian name is Unknown husband dress whose residence and ad- (SE) ) and run thence South 0
pounds per acre for tobacco put the claimant and shall be sworn Charlotte Amelia Parsonsand is Starke.Florida; Myra Peek decrees 20 minutes East along the
from which: your crops are pro to 4 inches to to by the claimant his agent his husband Parsons whose residence and address is Westerly boundary thereof a distance -
fertilizer in bands 3 attorney, and any such claim or whose true Christian name Is unknown Starke. Florida: S. L. Peek Jr. of %41.%% feet to an iron
duced. The proper use of fertilizeris the sides of the row and one to 112 demand not so filed shall be void. A. M. Blanchard and wife and Margaret H. Peek his wife stake for point of beginning;
NOTICE TO APPEAR H. H. Adams whose residence and address is from point of beginning thus described -
of utmost importance in a good inches below crown of plant. la Ctrealt c..rt, Bradford Coaatr.FUrldat As executor of the Last Christian name Blanchard.Is unknown whose, CarrieB. true ,Starke, Florida; Frances Peek Ward continue South 0 degrees 20
IB Caaaeerr. Will and Testament of i and Roy M. Ward her husband minutes East along said Westerly
soil management program. Supply When using from 1.000 to 1,500 Bennett Starling and husband
Robert Lee Duvall. Plaintiff, vs. Mark B. Herlong Deceased J. A. Starling I. N. Starling and whose residence and address is 540 boundary a distance of 339.65 feetto
soil with the proper amountsof pounds per acre, put first 1,000 Elizabeth Anne Tallent Duvall. De First Publication on February 8. wife Starling whose true Tularosa Avenue Lake City, Flori an iron stake run thence South
your fendant. Case No. 10-!OU US7. da;_Le na.d.D. Peek, also knownas 73 11 minutes East distance
in bands and then side- Christian name is unknown, A. R. degrees. a -
the pounds uaroy reeic, whose --- -- -
nutrients needed by crops. Ntlre T Appear %/& 4t 3/1 Starling and wife Starling. residence and 01 isa.zs sees 10 an iron
dress the rest. I To: Elizabeth Ann Tallent Duvall,, whose true Christian name is unknown address is 208 E. Hillsboro Lake stake on the Westerly boundary of
Take soil samples so you don'thave whose residence and address Is: Jane Byrd and husband City.: Florida; Louise Peek Sayles,\the right of way of State Road No. _
of When you put on more than 1618 Netherwood Avenue Memphis CALL FOR BIDS Pyrd whose Christianname whose residence and address is 311 200. run thence North 17 degrees
to at the amounts Sealed bids will be received by N.W. 3rd St..
guess 1.500 pounds, you can usually 6. Tennessee. The Bradford is unknown. if living andit Miami Florida; Ilva 50 minutes East along last aforesaid -
County Hospital
Peek and Wilson
Ton are hereby notified that ft Carlyle Peek both Westerly boundary a distanceof
and potash dead their respective unknown
nitrogen phosphorus I broadcast the fertilizer plow it I suit for of Starke. Florida, at the spouses heirs devisees of whose address is S203 Klmbark I 308.56 feet to an iron stake on
soil soil be- divorce, care custody and controlof office of The Corporation at the grantees Avenue Chicago Illinois; Lois Peek the Southeast of parcelof
soil needs. Take samplesin under or work it into the Hospital In Starke. Florida to 7 or assigns and any and all unknown corner a
your up
Ferryman and E. K.
minor child Ferryman her land described in Deed Book SO
each field. have them testedat fore the plants are set With that has been filed arainn yon la the I o'clock P.M.. E.S.T., Wednesday. by. through persons under or parties or against claiming them husband, whose residence and address Page %05 of the public records of

much fertilizer the tobacco plantwill above named Court and caua and March 6, 1957. at which time and I: and any and all unknown persons is Starke Florida: John Top- aforesaid county run thence North _
soil test- place all bids received will be
your county or state you are required to serve a copy of pub- or parties claiming right, iin. also known as J. H. Toplln and 72 degrees and 10 minutes West
find it where ever it is with- the licly opened and read aloud for any title Leila Toplin. his wife
laboratory. There are a few your answer or pleading to er interest In and to the following whose residence along the Southerly boundary of
furnishing all materials and laborand
complaint on the Plaintiffs and address is Starke. Florida
much trouble. described lands in Bradford last aforesaid parcel and along a
rules to follow: First clean hands out Attorney Louis T. Ransom 608 constructing the following County, Florida viz: ; James Williams, if alive, and. Westerly prolongation of said Southerly -
Avoid taking'. Consolidated Building, Jacksonville if dead his unknown heirs devisees boundary a distance of 901.03 _
shovel and pail. I' TOBACCO NEEDS SPECIAL 2. Florida 1937 ALTERATIONS TO BRAD' A portion of the Northeast quarter, ,, legatees grantees assignees feet to point of beginning.You .
samples where fertilizer has fall and file the original in the effice FORD COUNTY HOSPITAL (XEVi) of Northeast quarter creditors and all other parties
FERTILIZER ATTENTION Circuit Court STARKE. FLORIDA I (NEU) of Section twenty three I claiming by and each of you are hereby
been stockpiled of the Clerk of the oa !through under or has been
have notified that a Complaint
en or may Any bid received after the sped- __
before the iIB against Dim; John S.
or .,,__ ... inman and
1 0'0 filed in the Circuit Court of Bradford -
,, __.. .. .
Avoid trash I .0k'.P. IU' ume UU ULV HU UUL ue Beatrice Inman, his ,
on the ground. bum-I In any tobacco fertilization program OLII ILy the u& .J&I.Uotherwi&s allegations" "' of laid considered. ( The Circalt Coart .f FI..ia.EIc..1a residence and address wife is 2660 whose For- County Florida In Chancery,

ing sites and be sure you the important thing is to ,Complaint will be taken as COB Each bid must be accompanied Judicial Cirralt. la aad rest Blvd.. Jacksonville Florida: by Albert Sappenfield and Ruby
For Bradford his wife Plaintiffsand
least 100 feet from any road as lave neither too little nor to feesed by you. by a certified check cashier'scheck r Ckaaeerr. Coaaty.IB George Inman and Fannie L. Inman, Sappenfield.against and as each of you
bid bond in the you
stall be publishedonce or amount. hIs wife whose residence ,
This notice and ad-
lime dust can be carried that far. much of any element. Even within each week for four COIlI'CUtinw..ka of five per cent of the base bid aa. Albert Sappenfield ) dress' is 9770 Banks Rd.. Jackson- "defendants: that the nature of
and Ruby Sappen-) said suit J3 to. quiet vand. confirm
guarantee that the bidder. if
soil can differ IB the Bradford CountyLT.le. vile -Florida: .Frank Mnnjantnd tot ffs.\
a small area field his 'wife ) the title 'plalnt Albert Sap-
"- awardedthe *contract,will, withIn Lenor Inman, his wife,
graph: whose residence
IMPORTANT Plaintiffs and Ruby Sappenfield his
) penfield
FERTILIZER tobacco fer- ten consecutive calendar
Thus days and address
greatly. any Dated this 12th day of February. Is 2511 Allendale
PROGRAMFOR I after written notice being given of 'I vs. ) Quiet Title Etc. Rd. wife to the above described landsas
IN FEEDING should be based 1957.; Baltimore. Maryland: and Von.da -
tilization program Simon J, Temple ) a fee simple title; and you are
I such award, enter into written
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charlei A. Darby Cram and Milton
PONDS AND IAKPSThe soil ( let al., Defendants,) required to appear and serve a
upon accurate individual Clerk of the Circuit Coutt contract with The Bradford County her husband, whose residence and
'I By arlan U Crosby. Deputy Clerk Hospital Corporation of Starke, Order of PvbUeaHoB ... address is 1312 Stratford Road, copy of your answer or other plead-J.
use of a well balanced fertilizer tests. 2/15 4t 3/1 Florida, In accordance with the accepted Setlee To Appear Camp Hill Pa.; Alfred Gurey aDd ing Thomas on Plaintiffs Jr.. whose attorney.address Is A.203-

plays an important role in Nitrogen promotes plant growth surety bond bid and satisfactory give a to contract said THE STATE OF FLORIDA' TO: :Margaret and if Gurey. his wife if alive 205 Temple Avenue. Starke Florida.

management of ponds but unless it is applied in relation IaOTICTO! APPEAR I owner In an amount equal to one Simon J. Temple if alive and If I devisees dead legatees the grantees unknown, heirs, and to file the original of your
profitable .. Bradford Ceaaty dead his unknown heirs devisees asslg answer or other pleading In the
needs this elementcan IB Clreatt C t. hundred per cent of the contract
and lakes. Fertilizer provides the to plant FUrUai IB CBaaeery. price. legatees. grantees assignees, eredi nees. creditors and all other par- office of the undersigned Clerk of
most practical method for better have an adverse effect upon Edward D. Farr. Plaintiff. Rose No bidder may withdraw his bid tors and all of the parties claImIng against claiming such by.defendants through, under as or Circuit Court on March 11th, 1957: _
Elizabeth Fowler Farr Defendant. for a period of after by through under or against are otherwise the allegations of said
thirty days
fishing and is quite useful in con the crop. Delayed field ripening Case No. 18-2041 the date set for the opening thereof. him: Thomas T. Long and Myrwln dexd Lewis; G.if alive W. Lewis and if and dead.Bessie the l complaint will be" taken as confessed -

trolling underwater weeds or moss. dark color and heavy body are Ncllrc T. Appear Jackson Long his wife whose residence I unknown heirs. devisees legatees. by you.
when too much nit- To: Rose Elizabeth Fowler Farr All work shall be done In accord- and address is Starke Florida grantees assignees creditors and IT 13 FURTHER ORDERED that
Fish do not eat the fertilizer. I the results whose residence and address is: : Margaret Long Carroll and all I this Order of Publication and Noticebe
is available. An excess of Unknown. ance with plans, specifications and ryant S. Carroll, her husband, other parties claiming by forthwith pLsKd once each
the fertilizer nourishes rogen I contract documents relative there through under or against such defendants -
Instead whose residence and address
rank. You are hereby notified tnit a 1474 I week for four successive weeks tn
often produces to as prepared by Coin and Moore as are dead: |
nitrogen Belvedere Jacksonville Florida ,
tiny organisms of many kinds- suit for divorce ; C. the Bradford County Telegraph a
growth and the cured leaves are baa been filed against you In the Architects, Gainesville. Florida. A. Long, whose residence and address AND TO ALL OTHER PERSONS duly qualified newspaper publishedin
which in turn furnish food for the above named Court and cause and Plans. specifications and contract is Starke Florida; Richard HAVING OR CLAIMING ANY said County.

fish. These minute organisms &n honey and rough. you are required to serve a copy of documents May be examined at H. Long, whose residence and address I RIGHT TITLE. LIEN OR INTEREST WITNESS my hand and official
small Tobacco should have adequate your answer or pleading to the the office of the Bradford County is Clewiston. Florida; William IN OR TO THE FOLLOWING seal at Starke Bradford County
usually present only in complaint on the Plaintiffs I Hospital Corporation. Starke, Florida N. Long and Louise Hicks LANDS: situate and lying in Brad- Florida this February 1, 1957.
quantities unless the water is fer- supplies of nitrogen while growing Attorney Ralph Roberts 202 Professional or at the office of Goin and Long, his wife, whose residenceand ford County Florida to-wit: (OFFICIAL SEAL)

tilized. A fertilized pond will pro- but when it reaches maturitythe Funding, Jacksonville 2, I Moore, Architects Gainesville Flor- address is 9 N.W. 24th Street. A parcel of land lying in the South A. Darby.
Floridaandfllethe- ida.One Gainesville. Florida; Richard R. half of the Southeast Quarter */ Charles A. Darby.
duce an abundant supply of these nitrogen should be almost original in the office ol set of such plans and con- Thede and Richard R. Thede Jr.. (SEU) of Section 16, Township six Is/ Clerk of Circuit Court

fish foods, and consequently more used up. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or tract documents and forms forbiddIng : a minor both of whose residence (6) South. Range Twenty-two (::) Bradford County Florida
before the may be secured by genera and address Is 737 N.W. 24th Ave., East Bradford County Florida, con- 2/3
If phosphorus is not available in lSth day of March 1957; contractors from the office of the
fish.Fish otherwise the allegations of said architects.
farming is a profitable the proper amount then growthis Complaint will be taken as confess Subcontractors and material sup-

rotational "crop" where rice is delayed, leaves are peaked and I ed by you. pliers may purchase drawings and
This notice shall be published specifications from the architect
grown commercially. In other narrow stalks are short and spindly once each week for four consecutive at the rate of 73c: per sheet for

areas it will pay in extra fish, and plants bloom late. graph.weeks in the Bradford County Tele- drawings,and plus$2.50:! handling per set charges.for specifications ii MODERNIZE YOUR OFFICE EQUIPMENT ]

bigger fish and burning properties
added recreational Potash improves Dated this 12th day of February. Bidders' qualifications must be

enjoyment. of the leaf and helps to I 197.: satisfactory to The Bradford Coun.
,Ul"l'ICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Dar >.) ty Hospital Corporation of tarke _- --- _
Clerk of the Circuit Court. Florida. The Bradford Count
I By Marian 1 Crosby. Deputy Clerk
I Hospital Corporation reserves th
i -,,/IS n tt-. S/8-, I ric-hf' 'n tn.- wnlva n__._ _Infnrmfllit_nmn_.._ in_n -flmt --. You spend most of your waking hours in your
I i iII t)id and to accept any bid. whlca I
1 II hey: consider to be in the best and attractive
1 II NOTICE TO APPEAR office. Why not have it as pleasant -
public Interest and to reject
I !
In Circuit Court, Bradford CoaatrPlnrldai all .
and bids.Bradford
I IB Chancery.Lotha County Hospital 2 as your home. You will be surprised at the
1 Mae Jackson Plaintiff, n: Corporation I

Clifton Charlie Jackson defendant. By: Mrs. Louise II. Kite. will
Case No. 10-2038 increased efficiency that new equipment
I\atlre To AppearTo Secretary. _
2/S 4t 3/1
: Clifton Charlie Jackson I : to office.
oEriI bring your
whose residence and address is:
I C/o Grace Bower 17380:: Creely 1 In the Circuit Court of Florida.
St., Detroit, Michigan.You \ r.lKhth Judh.iallr4"11", la and
are hereby notified that a For Bradford Couittr.la .
suit for divorcehas Chancery.
OLD PICTURES NEWSPAPERS been filed against you tn the Albert Sappen- ) -

above named Court and cause and I field, and wife ) l Ii
you are required to serve a copy of Ruby Sappen- ) EXECUTIVE DESKSSTENOGRAPHER'S
your answer or pleading to the complaint I field. Plaintiffs, ) : & 4
DIARIES LETTERS RECORDS on the plaintiff's Attorney vs. ) Suit to Quiet Title
Alfred C. Scott. :301: Smith Build William C. ) DESKS !
ing1 Jacksonville 2, Florida Maglll. et al., ) _
and file the original in the office of Defendants )
before the 'r.- !State Of Florida _
15th day of March. 195": ; To:
otherwise the allegations of said 'W. C. Magill also known as WilliamC. STENO POSTURE CHAIRS
Complaint will be taKen a* con Magill and wife Mary C. Magill
fessed oy you. C. C. Harris acting for appreciate
This notice shall be publishedonce and wife Harris, whose
each week for four consecutive true Christian name is unknown I
weeks in the Bradford County Tele. Mary I? Shipman and husband .
I' graph. Shipman. whose true Christian I I Lowest Prices on Steel Filing Cabinets ..
Paled this 12th day r>f February name is unknown Volney J.
1957. Shipman and wife Ship-
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby man whose true Christian name is
GRANDPA OR GRANDMA I Clerk of the Cnvult Court unknown A. M. Dixon and wife Drawer 4 Drawer
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Dixon. whose true Christian t
j 2/15 4t %/8 name is unknown, any and all
unknown heirs devisees or lineal I Letter Size
- ON HIS AT THE I NOTICE TO APPEAR descendants of the said A. M. Dixon Legal Size
I IB Circalt Co.rt. Bradford Ceaary, Samuel Griffis and wife

Floridai IB Chancery Griffis, whose true Christian nameIs
\ CHURN Junta A. Jordan, Paintiff vs. Rosa unknown and any and all un- '
BIKE Mal Jordan Defendant.Case. will be entered against you by de $46.50 $54.95
Xo. 10- 011 fault.
Nolle T. AppeariTo The Bradford County Telegraph .
: Rosa Mai Jordan whose residence a newspaper of general circulation .k. Plus Tax Plus Tax
and address! is: 209 Fatherland in Bradford County. Florida is I
fr Street, Nashville Tennessee. hereby designated as the newspaperin
You are hereby notified -.!tat a which this notice shall be pub-
suit for divorce and ratificationof lished once a week for four publi-
agreement cations prior to said 22nd day of I
bas been filed against:; you in the March, A. D.. 1957.
above named Court and cause and WITNESS my hand and seal of
vou are required to serve a copy of' said Court at Starke Bradford Full Size Smith Corona
: your answer or pleading to the corn County. Florida this 13th day of
r : \: plaint on the. Plaintiffs AttorneyA. February A. D.. 1937.
$15 Cash--1st Prize J. Thomas, Jr., 202:: Temple (OFFICIAL SEAL) _
Avenue. Starke, Florda Charles A. Darby as
and file the original In the office of Clerk of said Circuit Court.
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor Pacemaker _
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk TypewriterOnly

before the Jenkins & Jenkins I
4th day of March.: 1957: : Attorneys for Plaintiffs
$10 Cash --.. 2nd Prize otherwise the allegations of said :241 West University Avenue

_ Complaint will be taken as confess- Gainesville Floridal5;; 4t8
C'l by you. aforesaid Westerly of I
This notice shall be published $169.67 :
the right-of-way of State Road \\jrkVO.1J
once each week for four consecutlv
weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph number 200: run thence North
$5 Cash 3rd PrizeFor seventeen (17) degrees and nIne- : !

--- 1937.:Dated; this :29th day of January. teen Westerly(19) minutes boundary East a distance along said of Plus Tax

OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby four hundred fifty (40) feet to
Clerk of the Circuit Court point of beginning. Terms Arranged
best items submitted that have the
are judged to By Marian 1. Crosby, Deputy Clerk YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED

most historical interest for Starke and Bradford Coun- 2/1 4t 2/22 that in a suit the Circuit has been Court filed of againstyou Brad-

ty. This includes old pictures. newspaper clippings, NOTICE TO APPEAR ford County, Florida, in Chancery.
!. Cirralt C...,. Bradford C....,. In which the plaintiffs Albert Sap-
diaries, letters, or any material pertaining to the early FUrMat IB C..eer7. penfield and wife Ruby Sappenfield !
Harry S. Imming. Plaintiff vs.1Alyceann ,, I seek to quiet title to the above
history of Starke and Bradford County. I I described__ land.
Imming. Defendant.
---- ------ ;
.. .. ____
March 22. is Remington Rand
I ,-"ase .\o. lU-UU 1957. the return day ; "Topflight"Adding
Katlr T* Appear of this Notice, and you are hereby
To: Alyceann Imming. whose residence -I required to file (personally or by'
. I fPt. START LOOKING! is Lake Parsippany. New attorney) with the Clerk of said

Jersey and whose address is P. O. Court your answer or other defense
Box 561. Lake Parsippany. New if any to the Complaint In Machines 116.99
and bring your entries to the Bradford County Tele- Jersey. said suit, oon or before the said !:
You are hereby notified that a day of March 1957 and at the
graph. They will be marked with your name and filed suit for divorce and custody of same time serve a copy thereof AND UP
minor child upon Jenkins & Jenkins. 241 West
for return to after Starke's Centennial Celebrationin
you has been flied against yon in the University Avenue, Gainesville Florida
May. above named Court and cause and Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
you are required to serve a copy of HEREIN FAIL NOT or judgment -.:::
your answer or pleading to the (23): Township five (5) South., Terms To Suit Your Convenience
.>mi>lalnt on the Plaintiffs Attorney Range Twenty two (2!) East.,
This material is being collected for use in a special Cen- Alfred C. Scott. 301 Smith Cuild- Bradford County. Florida, and

tennial Issue of The to be in Ing. Jacksonville 2. Forida being more particularly described
Telegraph published May. and file the original in the officeof as follows:

Also for use in the Historical Booklet to be printed and or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on Commence at the Northeast Corner .
of aforesaid Section twenty
distributed by the Centennial Committee. 4th day of March. 1937; three (23) and run thence South
otherwise the allegations or said eighty nine (89) degrees and fifteen .L

Complaint by you.will be taken as contested the Northerly(15) minutes boundary West thereof along WE RENT Typewriters and Adding Machnes

You will be rendering town This notice shall be published a distance of five hundred ninety-
your once each week for four con eeutlv. six and forty seven hundredths .
weeks In th. BRADFORD COUNTY i I
(596.47) feet to the Westerly
boundary of the -
and valuable service Dated this' 20th"day of January. right-of-way
county a by 157.:; State Road number 200: run

OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of )the Charles Circuit A. Darb Court, thence and South nineteen seventeen(19) (17)minutes degrees Let Us Know Your Office Equipment needs

relics By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk West along said Westerly boundary
looking through your to see a distance of sixteen and
%/1 4t ZI%! forty seven hundredths 16.47] If don't have it in stock we'll !
feet to the Southerly boundaryof I we .- get it
find. !a tar {'..r' of the {'....T .1.11&, the right-of-way of State Road
what you can Bradford ('...'". Florida number S-125 to point of beginning
IB Prehate. : run thence South eighty-
In re: Estate of ine (89) degrees and fifteen (la])
Mark B. Herlong Deceased. minutes West along said South
T. All CrtdJtera a>d PrraHavtac erly boundary a distance of three
BRING ITEMS OF INTEREST TO Claim .r D...... hundred forty-five and six tenthsU45.i 1 Bradford
Aft-alBJt Said Estate ) feet to an iron stake: rurthence County Telegraph
You and each of you are hereby South fifteen (15) degreeand .
notified and required to present forty-two (42) minutes West.
t any claims and demands which you a distance of three hundred for
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH or either of you. may have against ty-three and two hundredth PHONE 29 STARKE FLORIDAB&DFOBD
the estate of Mark B. Herlong. deceased (343.02) feet to an Iron stake; ,
late of said County to the run thence South seventy two

County Judge of Bradford County. I (72) degrees and forty two U!) _
Florida, at his office in the court minutes East a distance of three -_' ___._-_ _

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and and woodlands bare strips make between ideal spots.fields Prices Of New Homes, Slick Rackets 301 TRAFFIC ..

No other plants give you as good Mortgage Rates Jump; IS HEAVIEST 5 -
Warned .
r I I return Some of from the small lespedezas idle areas.make No Reduction Is Seen Against'Slick IN 2ND DISTRICT n... ; :- J :.'- '. '.,>,- ; .

good-quality food for the quail; Rising prices for new.,houses schemes to fleece you of Traffic over u.s. 301: three and .

( 011 SOL 011 S1IDIG1I5 others furnish cover for them. and tight mortgage money have your dollars .account for 'aln ost a half mlles north of Waldo, av- \ : 4-;
Since the lespMezas are legumes, dampened many a hopeful home three per cent of aU business, say eraged 5,628 vehicles per day ;," : ,

which supply their own nitrogen buyer's dream. But if you're wait- the editors .of "Changing Times," last August, according _to a sur- > : ', -- '
Soil Conservation after the first year, they are ing for a cheaper, house you'll be The Kiplinger Magazine. Loud vey by the State Road Depart- ",:, "
valuable crops in soil conserva. and successful, there are ten types
disappointed, say the editors of ment. ;;.
N-E-W-S tion.Today I. "Changing Times", The Kiplinger of deals most prevalent at the Traffic at that pOint, about 10 .
we manage our land Magazine. moment. mlles below Starke, waS the heav-
B7 mn HaasSoli much more intensively-we have Rising land, labor and building The ten you should watch, out iest in the second 'District, with
Conservation Service fewer weeds, less waste less idle materials costs have forced for are bait. ads, fictitious list U. S.1 at Bayard 15 miles south
land. We cut and bale the surplus builders to raise prices. As a re- and comparative price ads: un- of Jacksonville, dropping from

Walter hay, leaving neither food nor sult, the average home buyer now sound "earn money at home" top place.
Sibley, Bradford Soil
a cover. Our rotations come in pays several hundred dollars more schemes; gh-pressure home-im- Second heaviest travel was
used Conservation the District Cooperator, rapid succession one crop is for a new house than he would provement schemes; questionable over U. S. 90, both east and west, a
spreader to District's fertilizer plowed under to grow another. have paid last year. franchise deals, especially in at' Pablo Creek bridge west of
fertilize his Pensa-
cola Bahia Winter grains and legumes fol- You'll'pay more too, to finance vending machines; dishonest debt ,Jacksonville. Eastbound traffic
pastUre8. Walter was low summer row crops but they, a house. Mortgage money has adjustersunorderedmerchandise at this.spot averaged 5.409 veh- ..t.You'll .
1113 fertilizer program too, are plowed in soon after rarely been as hard to find as it schemes; deceptively advertised Icles a day, while westbound was
with David F. Ventul, Area
: they mature their seeds. has in the past six months. And, obesity remedies and baldness 5368.
onservationlst with the Sor
Conservation Conservation of Bobwhite quail when money begins to get scarce, "cures"; questionable coupon book U.s. 1's dally average at Bayard
Service, when he is a problem only 19Jdownerp interest rates rise. The toW in- deals and fly.by.night cemetery was 4,212, southbound, and 4,107
remarked, "I'm gOing to put my can solve. But game commission terest paid on a mortgage may lot promotions. northbound.
fertilizer out now so that when and nonlandowning hunters can run into several thousand dollars, These deals often fool intelli- Average dally traffic over U.
is rains the" grass will come out help wherever they want better and it must be added to the con- gent people. If you've ever fallen S.1, seven miles north of HUliard, -
4-Bhooting. bunting, Soil conservation dis- tract price of a house. : for one you may have made one was 5,071 northbound, and 4,928 I
tricts now recognize quail man- There is no Indication that of these common mistakes: You southbound.FRIGIDAIRE. .be silting pretty
Wildlife planting materials agement as a farming task. prices will decline. This same spir- thought you could get SQ..mething .
(Thunberg Lespedeza seed- alling of new-house costs will for nothing or !believed mer- when you w.sh..dry..lron.. br wIre.. .
lings, Combine Pea, Common Farmers Are Advised continue. No improvement in the chandise could actually be bought ....."". -"
Lespedeza and Cartridge Pea) present tight-money situation is at wholesale prices in a retail A modem, all.electric home laundry lIVes time, sass work, eaves datha lam
were delivered to the following: On Social Security predicted in the foreseeable fu- store; perhaps you thought your- r mate?: Itis more economical to go a1! .electric in the kitchen.laun than to we I

T. Bennett, George Shuford, V. ture either.So self bargain-wise and sought out i combination oC Cuels. So,start today to enjoy happier Florida living:.better living
R. Ferguson, R. C. Dampier, J. Farmers subject to'selfemployment if you want a house and are the most sensational offer; maybe dectrico.Uy!See your electric appliance dealer now! .
O. Bass Jr.. and A. J.'Barry. tax must have a social security fixed to swing a deal and can get you bought juSt to rid yourself of "'- "
Conservation of our farm number in order to receive the money, you had better go a. a pesky 'salesman or Invested before Set the Dot...Press the SwilcheJ...and Presto

gaue, the Bobwhite quail, depends social security credit, L. G. Mc- head. When you buy, keep these checking up on the promoter; .'\c- w-.wJ. ., ",,'S''Futisha3flrand '...' ,
more and more each year Dowall, manager of the Gaines- facts in mind: Many builders are if you signed a contract you may t..4!' '
on how well farmers and ranch- vile social security office said in a forced-to-sell spot and are have failed to read it thoroughly, -Naw W.ryll' COCIiWatf Sil.hn llotftlt tir ,

ers make full use of all of their yesterday. He offered the follow- eager to deal. It may pay to missed the small type concerning washesrinses.anddrielout I tales the beckach. out or
.land. ing advice to farm operators who choose an older home even if you "free" offers, or didn't even read -clothainaaw'1eopendaa ImgIe appliance.! SaVel wash&1-pves rOil pcrCctlm.1
Quail are an important agri- have a net profit of $400 or more have to fix it up. Mortgage- it at alLWhat THE BEST.KNOWN preaous floor space. rrsullS.

culture crop. In addition to pro from self-employment from the money costs though high, still can you do if you re- NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION
viding food and recreation, they farm and any other business.If vary greatly, so shop around. Re- ceived unfair treatment and can't
help the farmers with his other you do not have a social se- member that shaving even a get satisfaction from the company RANGES
curity card apply for one at your fraction of one per cent off the in- you dealt with! First, take your .
crops eating weed seeds
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