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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 1, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Badges S\: 4f Move To Dismiss LONG WARNSHOME.OWNERS Records Of Legislators


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Boosting Rowell Lake Suit OF DEADLINE Reviewed By Teachers


Bushy The 1 deadline for
Denied _u _April .. ,
;; 4 By Judge applications filing Homestead is fast exemption drawing BEA To Slow Pace


Beards A motion for dismissal of the near Long, warned Tax Assessor homesteaders Gene I On Pushing Issues Spinach Makes The Beard Grow,

condemnation suit started recently this week, and about one- The response of Bradford

-- by the Bradford County Commis- third of those eligible still County's teachers to sen. Charley Says IPopeye'

Ira G. Harris, chairman of I.. BRQTIIERS OF TilE BRUSH membership badges and certificates sion to obtain a roadway to ROw- hnen't med. E. .Johns' criticisms of teachers

Brother of the Brush activities are distributed at a kirk-off luncheon held In the Garden Res- ell Lake was denied Wedner.1ay Long estimated that the for statements made during their

for Starke's forthcoming Centennial taurant last week. IDgIi-ranking Brush, Arch J. Thomas Jr. (renter by Circuit Judge George L. Pat- number who stIll have not campaign pushing their legisla-

announced yesterday that ) hancb badge to X. 3L Smith, while Brothers George KopeloU80s, ten.In the motion, attorneys for J. filed for their homestead tive proposals came last week
be-
would total
exemption in a review of the records of
than in
more the so-called 1.000'memberships"bush league" have J. E. Sherwood, Gene Long, Bobbie Le\\ls, Bill Graham, Guy An- I\L Edwards, the defendant in the tween 100 and UOO people."I both Sen. Johns and Rep Doyle

been issued since the official drews, and Robert Green await their turn. Brush Chairman Ira Harris suit, said that the road would on- don't believe they are E. Conner on school issues.

badges went on sale Thursday is seated behind box of badges. ly be of benefit to persons wanting coming In as they have in The records, as listed for the
This
Lake.
t fish in Rowell
of last week. the past," Long commented, teachers, reemed to picture both
arrived and will go on sale this May.At would not constitute a public 88 he expressed dismay at of the legislators as "friends of
"The response has been tre- of the Centen- necessity, the ground5 on which
weekend at most Starke stores. a meeting the thin1dng of people who education," and by this action the
mendous, Harris said. "Our nial committee here the County bases its right to con- ;
He said that local buisness men steering would not be prompt In fillIng teachers indicated a desire to dis- '
original shipment of badges has demn the road the motion said.
,
Monday it was decided to erect
of &gat
of the requrements a
are being issued a supply pel any conflict between the :
been almost exhausted and we :Mack Futch
banners the main County Attorney ,
permits" which they across high- program that will save them teachers' and the legislators .
have sent off a rush order for "peddlers into town I fighting the dismissal motion for group
are asked to sell to salesmen ways as soon as pos- several hundred dollars. 'In view of the fact that it has 4 .
another thousand. We have had sible in order to advertise the the county, asserted that in addition ,
order. "No The tax assessor empha-
an been to
before reported legi.\1ative
giving our :
requests even from men out- to providing an access to ,
Centennial to tourists and visit- ;
sized that the homeowners
said Harris, p4
order, that
permit, no delegation some hasty re-
side the county fur membership the lake for fiMerme-n, the road <
_ from ors. "When they see the signsthey'll I must take the applications !
that receipts marks have been made by mem-
in this Centennial fun society." pointing tout would also be needed in a hyacinth I :
beards and
unaerstand the
7 the sale of ties and permits go contemIrlated to his office by April 1 or bers of this association," Hugh B.
Harris said that the official control program, and a
toward financing the spectacular may want to come back for they will lose the benefits .Ingram, president of the Bradford
Centennial ties (the black string mosquito control program,
type worn traditionally by I historical pageant to be staged our celebration," Guy Andrews, both of which would tie public pur- of the homestead program. Education Association, told the

Centennial week in general chairman, pointed out. teachers, "and in view of the fact
Southern colonels) have also here during Doses..
that these remarks may have been
In the allegations in reply to I F .
Group Studying misunderstood, I feel that in all ;?
the condemnation suit, Edwards
fairness .to the legislative delega- ,
I New Church Here
;also noted that with the land di-
Bradford Woman Loses $400 School Issues tion of Bradford County, I should .
vided by the roadway, it would be I
fill the membership in on their
subject to greater fire hazard and ... 'l

To Fast Talking Couple Sets Constitution loss of moisture. The loan that To Meet Tuesday legislative regarding school record legislation.in Tallahassee" %" .< /

would be caused to the timber and
Ingram's report on Rep. Conner :4 ,.( '
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A fast talking couple, posing as faith healers, last week pasture business on the land would M. w. Williams, chairman, an- said-that: In- 1951 he supported
be about the motion said.
$10,000,
flim-flammed a Bradford County woman out of $400. Services Sunday nounces that a meeting of the the Florida Education Association

The victim of the pair was Mrs. John (Son) Rosier who Citizens Council for Better $300 pay raise through a bitter
Schools will be held in the BHS fight that lasted into the small
lives near Lawtey. Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown said that Mrs. Constitutional Miami Group
services for the music building Tuesday night at hodrs of the morning. He voted I
Rosier lost the money after permitting the pair to use it in a purpore .of officially organizing a 7:30 o'clock. for the final conference committee I

certain' ritual, on the promise that they could cure a cough .neBaptist Church in Starke will Reports of committees appointed report (PEA proposal) which lost h : .

which she had. be held at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Buys 360 Acre to investigate conditions in 50 to 39. During the same ses-

Mrs. Rosier said that they placed her ravings, which she Elementary The School cafetorium. ; the schools and to study ways sion he voted for the constitutional "Eat Spinach to make your beard grow," is the
the
estimated at about $400, in a folded newspaper, tying it up in group organizing new and means of strengthening the amendment which eventually
Bradford males Frank
church has been holding serves Tract In bond for school beauty tip given County by
Couoty school program financially will provided money
a handkerchief and putting the bundle in her Bible. They told in the cafetorium for the past be heard at this time. construction.In (Popeye) Barker, projectionist at the F10rlda

her not to open the Bible until evening. several weeks. Theatre, who has earned his nickname by a marked -
All members ot the Council 1953, Rep. Conner fo'Jpported
Her husband, arriving home about an hour after they had At the service a statement of A 360-acre tract of land adjac- are urged to attend this important the FEA $560 salary increase for likeness to the popular comIc strip tharaeter.

left, suspected that she had been robbed and opened the Bible "Reasons Why a New Church is ent to the old airport on U. S. 301 meet1ng. teachers on every roll call, voted I Barker \Vb one of the first to start growing a

to find only newspaper. Brown said that an hour and a half Being Constituted" will be pre- south of Starke was sold recently for the $450 compromise which beard for Starke's forthcoming Centennial, and

had elapsed before the sheriffa office was called. r.nted to a Council composed of to the Rafgo Corp. of :MiamI by lost and voted for the final $350 attributes his success to his fondness for ,
spinach
the Canova here.
Slated
rastors, ordained ministers and family Meeting
which carried.
increase
Sheriff P. D. Reddish reported that a similar incident was
ordained deacons. A favorable Tax r.tamps indicated that the About Sen. Johns Ingram reported Just n the comic strip Popeye credits the same

reported last week in Georgia and a search is underway for the recommendation by the Council price paid for the property was School Issues that he "has' supported vegetilbie for his bulging muscles.-Ph by

couple. will mean that the Church will be $63,400. IOn FEA proposals over the same Bullington Studio, official beard photognphers.)
)Irs. Rosier described the couple as a middle aged man and officially recognized by the South- I Named as sellers were F. A. In much the
period nanie: manner
era Baptist ConventioL. ;Canova, J. J. and Dorothy L; Can- I Mrs. A. N. Holliday, president
woman, both with jet black hair and well dresned. as Rep. Conner and has supported .
Arch Thomas Sr., a leader in ova, L. A. and Mona A. Canova.- of .the Starke Elementary School' to
unsncessfu1 rograms,1 order
and Mary 'Canova' -',Patt and M'Aohas, ann c d. jlans for a .
the'.Mw'congregation, said that i support the FEA. Radio
the church George L. Patten. public meeting to be held in StarionBegiIts Broadcasting
new will be organized "Ed Hnderson (PEA executive ;
Petition Started To Spark Action even it the council should not re- The Rafgo Corp. also owns the the cafetorium Tuesday night, secretary) he is a friend of _
_ turn a favorable recommendation.A old airport, which was included in March 12, at 7:30 o'clock for the "says
name for the new church is a 140 acre tract which they pur- purpose of presenting the needs cluded.education, Ingram'freport con- Plans Told For Local Feature Shows

to be selected chased in the fall. The price of the county school program and
On Signals For Fatal Track Crossing this week, Thomas paid Johns, replying to the teachers'
r:1id: and plans to build a church for that tract was $22,500. to obtain the views of all parties critical
I concerned.Mrs. legislative proposals, was Starke's.new. radio station, have received here and said-that
plant are under consideration.
of them for letting "one or more WRGR was initiated the air-
to
Efforts began rolling last week lost their lives ar a result of collisions Thomas said that the beginning Increase Shown Holiday stated that the troublemakers and agitators in they hoped the station would be-
to spark official action on the between trains and autos membership of the new church will following have been invited to at waves Sunday evening in a two- come a part of the community
your organization get up your hour house in which
erection of a signal device at the Md that the "locatio\ the track total about 125. He said that 116 take part on a panel discussion and tell falsehoods about open program The owners stressed that the
In Heart Drive meetings local and civic lead- '
spur crossing on SR 100, scene and the condition in which the of these Were former members of of school needs and possible solutions us" (Johns and Conner). government new station will be dedicated to
well citizens welcomed
of several fatal train-auto crashes. right-of-way is maintained renders the First Baptist Church here and : sen. Charley E. Johns, Johnn said that he would "prob- ers as as community service.

Petitions urging public official it extremely difficult for motor- four have requested letters from Bradford County's 1957 Heart Rep. Doyle E. Conner, members ably support 90 per cent of the the new facility to the area. Temple this week, outlined

and officials of Humphreys Gold ists to see and observe approach- other churches. Fund Drive, which was concluded of the Bradford County Hospital school teachers' program" though The station began regular some of the community interest

Trail Ridge plant to "exert efforts lug trains." The Rev. Clifford Walker, secretary Feb. 28, shows a substantial in- board of trustees, members of opposing an outside survey of the broadcasts Monday morning. I. features which have already

to secure installation of Latent victim of a train-auto of the Cooperative :Minsions crease over last year, with total the School Board, and County County's ad valorem tax structure Among the local people taking I. been established in the program-

railroad crossing signals" at the smashup at the crossing was Department of the Florida Baptist receipts not in as yet, including Commissioners. Also especially and assessment practices as proposed part in this program were State ming or which are planned for

crossing were started by Eugene James Raymond Hersey of The- Convention. will deliver the many not-at-home envelopes. invited to this meeting are the by the teachers. He also Sen. Charley E. Johns, Chamber the near future.
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Goodge, operator of the Friendly ressa who died in a crash on Jan. message at the Constitutional ser- These envelopes were left by principals of all county schools, indicated that he would go slow I II of Commerce President Guy An- Featured Dally

Stop on SR 100. 10. I vices. .. Heart Sunday- volunteers to be I and officers and members of all on any proposal to take race track drews and :Mrs. Andrews, City Already being broadcast daily
By Wedner,1ay 107 persons had I The constitutional 0 procedures used for mailing in contributions county PTA groups. The general funds away from the hospitaL Clerk Carl Johns, Harry Rabb, are the 'Voices of the City"

signed the petitions, which are Girl End preeeding the message will con- to the 1957 Heart Fund. public is also, welcome to attend. I At the meeting last week, In- Chamber of Commerce manager; show and the 'Talk of the Town" _
addressed to the County Commissioners Cagers sist of the organization of the Members of the starke Wom- gram mid the teachers will step Mrs. Marian Howe, the Rev. show. Voices of the City is a

mayor and City Council, council, presentation to the Coun- an's Club volunteers, and the Lit- Opening Of New Bank out of the driver's seat on the Donad Kokomoor and several five minute broadcast heard daily
Department of Public Safety, Season With 14 cil of the atement: "Reasons tie Women members canvassed school issue and turn the problem high school students. at 9:25: a. m. featuring a tele-

State Road Department, Hum- Why a New Church Is Being Con- the city on Heart Sunday to aid Seen For March 10 over to the recently formed Citi- Appreciate Help phone conversation with one of

phreys Gold trail Ridge plant and Wins, 2 Losses stituted," reading of the church the drive. Serving as captains zens Council for Better Schools. The statton's owners, Fred the city's government, civic or

the Seaboard Airline Railroad in covenant and the recommendation were Mrs. J. R. Kite, Mrs. P. Officials of the new Community County School Superintendent Temple and Dolph Chamberlin, professional leaders.

Jackionville. The Tornado hays basketball of the Council. J. Quattlebaum, Mrs. W. B. Parks, State Bank have set March Harmon Morgan told the teachers expressed appreciation for the Mayor %V. T. Jackson was

Goodge said that the petitions quintet entered the competition Mrs. Lowell Mathews, Miss 1,0 as the target date for the to strive to hold the school dis- cooperation and welcome they picked as the first telephone
,
I will be pre Jented to these bodies in the district basketball tournament 19.Lb. Catfish Madge Middleton, and Mrs. C" opening of the bank. cussion down to the banc issue: guest of the show with the

after efforts have been made to Wednesday night to climax L. Scholl William S. Terry, a bank of- critical financial conditions of the Auto Tag Sales broadcast Monday morning. T.

obtain aU the signatures possible. their 1956-57 season while the A battling 19 pound catfish Those who have not yet made ficial, said it is expected that schools. H. Slade of the Slade Gas Co.

Cited in the petitions were the girls' team wound up their schedule was hauled out of the st. Johns a contribution to the 1957 Heart the building will be ready to Whenever the teachers begin Go Over Mark was featured Tuesday morning
fats that several persons have .. -- -- River A. wish make for business and Jack Hedge of the Mobile
by defeating Ocala 39-23 sunday by H. (Buddy) F.'und or who to an open on that date. advocating relief for the situa-

I Tuesday night. Bishop Jr. Bishop said the catch additional contribution may mail The major projects still to be tionthey become the target 01 Homes Sales Co. was heard Wed-
of Last Year
: Rain BrightensI The girls ended their season was made on a spinning outfit it now to S. L. Peek Jr., Treas- completed are cabinet work and criticism of people accussing r.esday.
with 6 test line after Bradford American of the them of raise Talk of Town
a pound urer, Chapter, paving driveway around only trying to get a
with a 14-2 record with the two __ .. .
losses suffered at the. hands of \ 45 minute battle. Heart_Association. the building in pay.,--Morgan--- -declared. Automobile u license tags tnls The 25 minute 'Talk of the
I I II year mId at about the same rate Town" show during the noon

Farm Picture; which Baldwin they and had Santa defeated Fe.n by teams as I Alert Shows Local Guard Units Are Ready I as last year, Tax Collector J. R. hour consists of items of local

Kelly reported this week ,after interest interspersed with music.
much as points in previou
3.0 --- ". ,the crowds had cleared out of his Temple invited residents to call
Berries Hurt outings. !office following the Feb. 20 dead- the station with requests for
Against Ocala Tuesday night, civic
line. announcements and other
.
Sandra Strickland practically .: 'I In fact, in the sale of plain items they wish broadcast on

The rain which has pelted won the game by herself as : : tags, the most common variety, this show.
she scored 30 of the 39 points. j.4
down on Bradford County in intermittent I'
.' ; the number sold by Feb. 25 this Temple also told oC plans to
showers during the Last Friday night the girls ii- U ., ----1
::1, year was exactly the same a.\ begin a half hour show of Brad.
last several days to break a defeated Lake Butler 52-45 with t
$ had been sold by that ate last ford High School news. This
nearly four months drought has Sandra again high scorer with 3 I* -c year 2,230. program would feature items

completely changed the gloomy 25 points followed closely by I -i But faster .sales were recorded gathered, presented and prepared

outlook of vegetable farmers, but Jackie Pre'aUth 21 points: -AI : in most of the other varieties this (Continued on Page Four)

dampened the spirits of strawberry Sandra has racked up a seaSon year pushing the overall mark

growers, County Agent total of 40S points to average over last year's count.

George Huggins said this week. 25.5 points per game. Jackie % By Monday, 582 "w" tag had YOUTH GIVEN

The rains have brought about has scored 316 points during the 1EA'Capt. been sold. Last year this mark

a rekindling of interests in many season for an average of 19.8 \I was not reached until June 1. SIXMONTHS

_ of the farmers who had been I points per game. Jackie made The sale of only 4 "ww" tags had

hard hit by the dry weather. good on 62 per cent of her free : been recorded :Monday, but last: A 20-year-old Starke man

Since the rains there have been throws. year this figure had not been was sentenced Tuesday to
renewed activities in planting During the season Helen Kelly : w \j reached until Dec. 15. six months at hard labor in

and fertilizing, he said. committed the least number of For light pickups (gh) 653 tags the County jail for stealing

The drought had almost reached fouls for forwards and Elissa -:- ,, .i tags had been sold by ronday. a 310-foot steel cable belonging -

the critical stage in many Stefanelli the least number of I Last year thin figure had not to the Seaboard Airline

sections of the County, Hugginssaid. fouls for guards. I reached until March 3. Railroad.
in which farmers could not Mrs. Nina Andrews paid high Randal F. Chitty, right, Co. B commanding officer, checks Mann second and FvL Jack D. Griffis, third. At right, Sgt. Hugh The only type of tag lagging The youth, Bobby Bonnett,

plant, plow or fertilize. trit-ute to the team this week. in the first aTrh'ali at the armory for the alert last Thursday night. Hudson checks out a rifle to Sp-S Charles G. WIlllamson. behind last year was the one for pleaded guilty to the charge,

The strawberry growers, how "This team had the greatestpotential' :I SFC .C. J. Schaefer was the first man to check In, P\t Jessie A- heavy pickups (cd) f3r which 159 but said he thought a con-

ever, were damaged some by the of any team I have I. had been sold by Monday. struction crew had left the
rains though. because the wet ever coached," she remarked Starke residents were assured reported that they were well- The alert began at 6:30 p. m.;I guardsmen had to get into their this year as compared to 166 on cable after completing a job

grounds caused the ripe and near She gave special commendation .i that the local National Guardsmen pleased with the results of the with a 10-minute wailing of the uniform gather their gear and Feb. 25, 1956. and that it was not wanted

ripe berries to spoil. Huggins to the four seniors on the team could be called up quickly alert. Both units reported that Starke fire siren, broken by I report to the post. At the Starke Kelly :said that the expected "Bat you took it knowing

said that some of the berrY Sandra, Jackie, Ann Williams they were able to mobilize "83 short intervals of silence. Tele- armory the first man, SFC C. rush on Feb. 20 deadline for hayIng -. 'it wasn't didn't !"
in the event of a community YOUff' you
growers experienced a loss as and Martha Van Landingham. when the of- per cent of their men for the phone operators reported that J. Schaefer, arrived within eight new tags on vehicles, did not: County Judge T. A. Yawn
emergency guard
high as 69 per cent on the berries She said that Ann the captain test drill. the signal alerted many more minutes after the signal sounded. materialize, but took place Instead asked.
ficials tested them with i
sur-
in the field. of the team, made the difference prise alert last Thursday night. The drill was confined to the people than guardsmen. The After their arrival, the men on the Saturday before and the 'Yes, sir," Bonnett re-
Huggins said that he has guaged between winning and losing In switchboards were jammed with I were issued weapons and under- Saturday after the deadline. .On, plied.
local units radio and ,
the rain at between 1.3 and 1.5 a number of games and Martha The commanders of both of making callers startled by the continued went a two hour tr1ning session tbOf days long lines formed in' The cable was valued at

inches over the past week or 10 contributed greatly to the team's the local units, Co. C of Starke TV signals from Jacksonville siren blast, they said. Which Included a class on how the hall of the Courthouse to buy I' $40.

days. success. and Co. B of Camp Blanding, station .una'aila.ble. On .hearing. the signal the to control domestic disturbances.tags, Kelly said. J




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enough soon to wet down that
I II // Farmer's DiaryBy land. The dust and sand storms LEVEL He is still in the Navy. Mrs. J. W. McRae, Mr. and Mrs.A. .
terrible and Those who enjoyed the day at R. McRae
I last year were almost and son Mr. and
1
the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
1 ) Sam McGarrcy blotted out visibility at, times. We Mrs. L. A. Crosby and
family,
/ by Mrs. II. M. McUae Lewis from this section were
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hope we don't have a repetitionof
r Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall and Mr. and Mrs. James Crosby, Mr.
Momentous Legislative / will enter In the sale. It seems them again this year., .&&&&&&&&&&&&&&.&&&&&&&
the H. M. McRaes. The reunion and Mrs. B. M. McRae and son.
/ the critter's name is Sammy, andh S Mrs. Ruby Limbaugh of Ocala was in honor of Mrs. Mona Shaw Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick and
just plain does not like crowds, While'riding with Arch Thomas
Session Coming Up visited the H. M. McRaes last ,
of Gainesville. Around 200 rela- family, }tr. and Mrs. V. E. Thorn-
and when they tried to lead him Sr. last Sunday we asked idly if .
CC Saturday.Mrs. tives and friends enjoyed the ton and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
out he busted loose and almost he had ever seen any of the "stick
With less than two months remaining before CC .. Vera Mitchell of Atlanta occasion. Clyde Huey all of Starke, and
tore; and clay" which
the skin off Frazier Shaw'shands. chimneys were
at Tallahassee. Ga. is her brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
visiting and
the 1957 Legislature convenes used long years ago. Arch laughed Those who enjoyed the day Taylor
/ Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall. We of Olustee.
and family
con-
more
Floridians are becoming more / Sidney has a fine steer, but if and said yes, that as kids they with Owen McRae and family at
scious of the tremendous issues that will be i' he can't tame the rascal down a used to eat the clay. are glad to know Mrs. Hall is the home of his parents on Sun-

faced during the forthcoming session. Bradford in at little bit, there'll be some excitement Well, we thought he was kidding improving after a recent illness. day two weeks ago were: Mr. TOITLL LOVE tbfl new Ester-
are coming },tr. and Mrs.
Countians will have more than average interestin weather at the stockyards when he so we got to asking other Owen McRae and Mrs. T. N. Norman and son brook prose-size fountain pens in
last and if we have good and four little ,
the session because a "native son" DoyleE. gets to tearing around. questions. He said he was born sons Harley, of Heilbronn, Mr. and Mrs. Bar- pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Brad-
should be some good pick-
there Gary, Ricky, and Michael, have
be over the Houseof and raised at a section called ney Eggars and son, Mr. and ford County Telegraph.
will presiding to
Conner ings prety soon, according of the returned home after almost -
spending
Speaking _______
FFA boys, we Lake View (about a mile south of
Representatives, one of the most powerful some growers we talked to this know of no finer rural work thatis Kingsley Lake) and that his three years in California.Mrs. ?4474445747574444474 ,. ryGy2

positions in the state. week. going on in this whole wide father, Jesse, had lived there be- McRae and children are at THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Highlights of the upcoming session will doubt- country of ours than the programsof fore him, and his grandfather, their home in Jacksonville, and
less include taxes (new and old), a fight on Melvin Prescott had some on the FFA, FHA and 4-H groups. William, had lived there also. Owen left Sunday for New York. EST. 1879FLORIDA'S

trading stamps, controversy over small loan the market last Friday, as did Thos2 who are working with the So we got back to the stick-and OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
and Pete Griffis. .
operators, Constitutional revision, segregation Lloyd Pete had Griffis eight crates and he told young men, and boys and girls in clay again, and this time Arch explained year Pa had to patch the chimney PUBLISHED CONTINO'ULY
and reapportionment. Any one of his these groups are helping to turnout that they ate the clay be- where we'd been taking licks out UNDER THE SAME: MASTHEAD.
legislation, he has been irrigating
us the finest of Americans. "
cause it was good for them and of it!
these could develop plenty of fireworks and planting. PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTER,%) AS SECOND CLASS
S tasted good. When we sort of Which earns for Arch the brass MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER
S
Speaker Conner will undoubtedly have his hands U Saw the season's first dust doubted it, he added: prize of the biggest whopper of THE ACT OF MARCH S. IB7S.SLADE'S .
in the Legislature's lower house. Most everyone knows how particular storms out at Brooker this week- week r
full as referee he "We ate so much that every the '.i'< SZ 5Z52 24Z5525Z5"
Pete is about the stuff
situation is that an
Latest word on the tax
market, and make be-
for
effort will be made to have auto license tag prices puts lieve up his face wasn't red when

hiked to pay for school construction, and thata the buyer at the- market called

drive will also shape up to extend the three Pete's attention to the fact that 1957 SENSATIONAL FREE OFFERS It's Slade For EconomyIn'57

per cent sales tax "across the board" to bringin ., some chickens had been peckingat q

more funds, especially for schools. Others his berries after they were !
I7
favor hiking the three per cent to four per packed. As if there wasn't enoughto FIRST PRIZE "
worry a berry grower, without
the items that are already
cent, but only on
chickens bothering them after -
taxed, leaving food and certain other necessities ;
they are packed
exempt as they are now. f."
One ; ,r
Glorious Week
On (Constitutional revision, the outlook seems Had the odd experience this t ,V. .S."; ,IJI.

bright for a compromise solution with possible week of being stranded all night

adoption of many parts of the proposed new out on a highway. We were on our r '1 MN '
way home, and got about half a ,
,
Florida Constitution.As ATMiami t
when we ran
mile from Lawtey '
} i,
to license plates, the State Departmentof out of gas. We walked in and got %; ,"" w,' .f"'R.', b.. ,.,: .- ;:;
estimated : .. : : '! .. ....
Education's school construction division gas (you might know it would : :!'...p' ,

that a fifty per cent increase in cost' rain at that time, too) but when t-'''' :<: :s.. '.: ,*,.;, ,....__. ,-, M! .T' .<;;
would return enough money for a long stridE: we got back and put the gas in 8 '
deficit in schoo 1 the car still wouldn't crank up. <
toward catching up the major Beach .
No one would stop and give us a ... ".. .
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advocating "
Others an upward "" ;
are
building revenue. ..,, '
push (for which we really cant t.--< &ii' ,h.>"'t. "" w ,
: '
tax assessed valua- << !N .
revision of property j blame them) so we just curled up .' ',-
for schools. ,<:> 'L ...... '"
tions as a source of more money and shivered through the night.
It is a fact that Florida's governmental ;Finally, Peggy Dobbs stopped and

operations are spending more and more money ;soon afterward we got home, fully FLORIDA'S
skyrocketing expansion, :resolved never, never to gamble on
as the state enjoys a
the'people of Floridaare running out of gas again.
but it is likewise true that i t
the bite of higher
and more feeling
more Had a very enjoyable afternoon
taxes throughout all governmental levels. last Sunday when we went witha i
The feeling prevails that this session of the motorcade of cattlemen and

Legislature will be a wild one with every state farmers visiting the FFA boys

agency seeking as much additional money as it who are fattening steers for the
roughest, FFA Steer sale to be held at
get
the
going
is possible to get. When

few borious of us task will of envy keeping Speaker order Conner among in the his war-la- Gainesville.Everything turned out fine on ABSOLUTELY FREE EXPENSES PAID FOR 2

the trip, until at the farm of
demon-
his technique
factions. Having seen
ring Lester Kite where his
grandson
strated many times in the past, however, we Sidney Newman has a steer he In TENTH ANNI- 6 Free
Celebrating our
have confidence in his ability to do the job. p

At any rate, it will be an interesting sessionto a L **
watch. VERSARY, Slade Gas Co. wishes to


say "THANK YOU" To Our Many 1. One week Free at Miami Beach. All expenses paid

Community Is PioudDebating for two.

Friends and Customers in the area

Of BHS TeamFour 9tr 2. One Automatic Hardwick Range With Thermal-
What better to show our
serve.
we way
Bradford High School students have Eye, Top Burner.
the acclaim of the citizens of Starke by '
earned
than by giving
appreciation away
tying mighty Robert E. Lee of Jacksonville for 3. One 5-Year Warranty Automatic Gas Hot Water

the District II debate title. .
Even if they had not been the victors in the these wonderful, wonderful Free Heater.

battle of ideas and words which they underwent,

these students Marilyn Cox Ginger should Jones be, CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON"A Prizes. 4. One 35,000 BTU Dearborn Cool Cabinet Heater.
Fritz Pellum and Mark Moore -

lauded for their part in initiating this form of prospective renter stum- $50.00 Cash.
o -
School this year.
competition at Bradford High bled over our lawn hose and
debating program at BHS,
By pioneering a school into a seriously hurt herself. A Prizes will be awarded during the month 25.00 Cash.
the 6.
have entered -
Hplp.... ;_ _students_____n
field of competition which can be as rugged as any lawsuit to cover injuries and

football or basketball game, and requires just damages could wipe out the: of December, 1957 at dates to be an-
more skill and stamina as any profit from rentals.
as much or ] our Does
is the competition keen and exciting r '
sport. Not for only participants and spectators, but the your agency have Public: nounced later. Visit our store on West ,,
'
Liability insurance to
rewards are also great. Besides the recognition cover

which such a program brings to the students, both legal costs and damages Madison St. for complete details.

school and city, the students learn to communicate from injuries to tenants and

ideas, think a subject through, organize visitors on our premises?'" This Beautiful
material and think on their feet all qualities



necessary courage This by group in entering future especially leaders.into has an interscholastic shown untried outstanding field debat-(two Charley E. Johns DURING THE YEAR 1957 LOOK lJ2L@.G p S

of them had never see an


ing larger match and)enthusiasm more and outstanding experienced led these ability teams.students by defeating to pay & Son Agency TO SLADE GAS FOR ECONOMY! 'II

Their
during the competition at Jack- Phone 13 Starke, Fhu
their own way RAN G E EFit
sonville. (In debating there are no gate receiptsto at This Range Deal Will Certainly
finance the team.) But the victory
help
Jacksonville opened the door to other tourna- GIRLS! GIRLS! In Your Budget .

ments for which the expenses will prove more /- For Only

of an obstacle.

Florida This Interscholastic weekend the Debate quartet Contest will vie finals in the at WRESTLING 1. NO DOWN PAYMENT! $

the University of Florida and they have been 5.11

invited to and have a keen desire to attend CHARGE!
r NO CARRYING
2.
the meeting of the Southeastern Speech i y ..

Association in Athens, Ga. the first week in .
MONTHS TO PAY! A MONTH

April.With the determination already displayed by 3.36


manage these young to attend people,these we are conferences confident and they estab-could 'CONTINUING THIS SENSATIONAL SALE THRU


lish their commendable own. records in the competitionon ".' What t Could Be MARCHEasier

instructor C. L. Overturf who himself

deserves Speech commendation for the training and that inspiration ? $109.95 -- 5 Yr. Warranty 9SAUTOMATIC -
he has given the debaters, says I-
be O
the team will welcome any support that may & :

offered.Mr. week +
Overturf also expressed concern this q ,
.
of the team. All but one of the HOT WATER HEATER
over the future SLADE FOR
four members now setting such high standardsare FRI., MARCH 1 LOOK TO

seniors and will not be in school to carryon 8:30 P. M. FOR ONLY o
next year. And so far none of the BARGAINS 1957
the program
lower classmen has expressed an interest in Starke Armory J


the program.We hope. that along with giving the present 3 Big MatchesWorld's 3

team the support it deserves, citizens and civic

organizations will help build the program so Welterweight

that it will attract more of our Bradford people.It Champ. vs. World's Light

seems an excellent opportunity for civic groupsto weight Champ.

aid the effort by recognizing the debaters 90c Gen. Adm. Plus Stale

with special programs or awards. We hope that Tax & Official Program .

parents, too, will take. an interest in this activity TOTAL $1.00Sponsored
and impress their children with the benefitsof By PHONE 121 WEST MADISON ST. STARKE, FLA.
people deserve our
this Our young
program. ''sports" as well as those NATIONAL GUARD -
support in intellectual .
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yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy t Harris. will be stationed in Alabama son 'and Charles Ruby spent the C999YnYYYyy.,.." YV9"yyyyyy'HAMPTON for the supper. Mr .and Mrs. Clyde Israel left last week for Marine dutyat

Mrs. Ruby Padgett entertainedlast I after his furlough.H. weekend in Auburndale as the TWA Girls, Dates moved on Monday last week to Camp Lejuene, N. C., after

MAXVILLEBy Friday, Feb. 20, with a birth- E. Griffis has been ill for guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph' Have Hamburger Fry Archer, where they lived before I spending a furlough here with
day party honoring her daughter, several days and is confined to ; Wilkinson and family and also I I YWA girls entertained their coming to Hampton last year. I his family.

)Ire. C. B. Nolan Annete, who was 11 years old. his bed.Oscar. visited friends in Lakeland.Mrs. By Mr*. D. E. lllll dates at a hamburger fry Friday Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hall and
Games were played and then refreshments Owens reported for duty Claude Green, Mrs. Joe evening at the home of Mrs.' daughters spent last weekendin family of Live Oak were Sunday
&&&& & &&&&&&&&& served to several of with the U. S. Coast Guard last Lucas and children, and Mrs. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABridal Marvin Faile counselor. Games' Bradenton with Mr. and Mrs. visitors with the K. B. Watter-
Mrs. Annette's friends. Saturday. Avery Slade and children ,were Shower Honors I followed the supper for the 18' Gene Clouse :and fajmily. Mrs. sons in Hampton.
Anabelle Harris, Mrs. Ma '
Anna Dygert. who has been visiting
-
who
visitors in Jacksonville Sunday. young people were present.
bel Wilkinson, Mrs. Louise Bass, :Miss June Higginbotham cele- M-Sgt H. R. Kilgore of Tyn- Mrs. Donald Slade ,
with the Hills for the last
and of the ,
and Mrs. Ida Smith attended a brated her 21st birthday Satur- : dall Air Force base ppent the Bobby Higginbotham Mary' Mrs. Donald Slade, the former Regular meeting group TIlE RIGHT POINT for the
month, them to Bra-
the best Feb. 18, at accompanied
stork shower in honor of Mrs. day night, Feb. 23, with a partyat weekend at his home here. Robinson were awarded Lillian Williamson, was guest of was Monday night denton to visit the Clouses for a way you write. Come in and select -
awards for basketball the church pastorium, with seven
Earl Wilkinson at the home of her home here. A large number We are very proud that two players honor Thursday evening, Feb. 21, members Mrs. Faile few weeks before returning to your favorite ESTERBROOK
Baldwin High present.
Mrs. Jackson- of guests enjoyed this occasion playing at the for a bridal shower at Hampton Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH
Della in
Denmark Maxville boys won the championship School Friday night. served refreshments after the [her home in Herkimer, _N. Y.
June and she received Gym town halLFollowing
ville with
Saturday night. at the spelling Bee held at Friends of Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson business meeting. Amelia Williams Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Crawford'
Mrs. Lou is spend some nice gifts. The dou-i I and openingof )
Thompson the Baldwin School They were games
and her daughter, Cheryl, was honored with a birthday have chosen Beverly Laurie Craw-
ing a while with her niece, Mrs. ble decker cake with pink and Billy Nolan, champion, and Henry gifts, refreshments were '
I I will regret to learn that they are cake on her fourteenth birthday. ford for their new daughter'sname.
blue decorations was served with served to 20 Small U. S.
D. L. Griffis, in Macclenny. Wellhausen, They will guests.
runner-up. ill at their home here. Pat Bowers SpeaksAt She was born Feb. 17 in
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rehberg of drinks after the young people participate in the county finalsto flags decorated the cakes, mark- Jackson
Earlton Beach visited with their enjoyed several games. I be held in Jacksonville April Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hargroves. ing George Washington's birth- Baptist Church St VincentHospital' ,
Minnie had dinner George H. (Pat) Bowers, a ville.
and daughter, ,
Waters entertained : day. Mrs. Bynum Perkins and
daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson 2.
John Jones, son of Mr. and
and student at Columbia Bible College -
with Mrs. Edna Manning
and family last Tuesday.Mr. at her home Monday night, Mrs. Linnie McCulley and Mrs. in Manntown Sunday and Mrs. Marvin Faile were winners Columbia, S. C., 'spoke for Mrs. H. F. Jones of Hampton,
and Mrs. Lyle Schmehlsand Feb. 25, with a birthday party Lawrence of Keystone Heights family cf game prizes. Hostesses were
services at theHampton
Sunday -
St. morning
in Glen -
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afterwards visited Mrs." J. W. Horne, Mrs. T. F. - - -
daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. for her son, Johnny, who was visited with Mrs. Hattie Nolan Church.- He--
I Mary and Starke. Brown, Mrs Don Hill and Mrs Baptist
of four old. Games were played I
Charles Schmehls and family years Sunday evening.Mr. spent the weekend visiting with
Jacksonville enjoyed a fish sup- and prizes awarded to Cliff and Mrs. Marion Higgin- We are glad to learn that.Raleigh Brannen. his mother, Mrs. Ruthella Noegel,
per with Mr. and Mrs. Buford Slade and Peggy Lucas. After botham and family of Macclenny -(Hans Carter is improving and Events Of Next Week and his grandmother, Mrs. Pat FUEL OIL
Higginbotham last Tuesday eve- the games the pretty decorated were dinner guests of Mr. and I 1 hope that he will soon be well. Next week's calendar of events Priest.
birthday cake was served with Mrs. D. J. Parrish and family I Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Miller of includes a PTA meeting at Hampton' Brannen and ,
son
ning.Mrs. ,drinks. Thirteen children- -helpedto Sylvania, Ga. have recently mayIed Elementary School Tuesday Raleigh
J. D. Padgett, Mrs. Leon Sunday. Ardel, and J. J. Brannen spent
Harris and daughter, and Mrs.\ celebrate with Johnny. Mrs. Mrs. Floyd Hall of Jackson-I into the new Randolph Crosby -afternoon, March 5, at 3:15: p.m. last weekend in Bartow with the Prompt, Dependable Delivery -=:
Ben Higginbotham were business Wilkinson was assisted in servingby ville visited with her mother, home. We welcome them to All parents are urged to attend. Dennis Brannens.Mrs. .
in Macclenny last Tues- Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham. Mrs. Hattie Nolan, Monday. the community.Jess Hampton city council meets
visitors I
Kathleen and Harold Tuesday evening, March 5, at Eve Runge of Jackson-
Friends of Miss Patty Parrish spent the Daniels, CS 1st class, left PEITTTJE
day.We glad to hear that Mrs. Denmark will be interested to weekend in Starke as the guestof Monday for a months stay in the' city hall at 7:30: p.m. ville is spending this week in

are is better after a learn of their double wedding I Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Chilsom Cuba. The WMU of Hampton Baptist, Hampton with her faster and

Willie recent Harris illness. which was solemnized in Folks- and family.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson Church will have a covered-dish: brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs H. JOHN A. TORODE JOBBERSHELL
is confinedto ton, Ga. on Jan. 29. Kathleenwas and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and 1 visited in Jacksonville Sunday supper and meeting at the pas-. B. Wiggins. Mr. and Mrs. Leo ,
Rudy Higginbotham married to George Kingof sons visited the Jacksonville Zoo with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling 1 torium Thursday evening, Marc]L Wiggins and daughter, and Doug OIL PRODUCTS
Hospital
the Bradford County Jacksonville and Harold was Sunday afternoon.Mr. and and Mrs. Daisy, 7, at 6 p.m. Mrs. Marvin Faile Davis, all of Jacksonville, drove -
in Starke. His back was fracturedand married to Frances Davis of and Mrs. R. L. Harris Wilkinson.Mr. .family j Is in charge of arrangements over Sunday to bring Mrs Runge. V- -_ _-_ _-_ _-_ _-_ _- -_ __-_ _-_ __ _'_ -'.JISIW
tree
when a
a leg broken Marietta. We do wish these young
at
visited Rudy Higginbotham .
him while he was working and Mrs. I. A. Bornsteinof .
-a
fell on
much happiness.
couples the Bradford Hospital Sunday. r
Fiftone last Tuesday. Jacksonville visited Sunday
near Friends of J. W. Denmark of Mrs. Louise Horn and son and and daughter -
Home Demonstration Club Demon- Jacksonville will regret to learn I II Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pellum and with, Mr.their and son-in-law Mrs. N. L. Cannon "Super-Right" Ready-to-eat Half or Whole/ 8 to 12-lb Average

The Maxville Home that he was involved in a five- son of Jacksonville visited with I
Tuesday I. j and family.Mr.
stration Club met last car collision in Jacksonville Friday Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Coleman :
morning at the Civic Club. Mrs. night and that his wife, Sunday.Ish and Mrs. Melvin Watson;I

Nellie Mills gave a demonstration Thelma, and son, Philip, were Brant, Superintendent of have recently moved into their ;

on how to make lamp shades both injured. I Public Instruction, L. O. Calhoun, new home. FULLY COOKED
and after that we all enjoyed MissGloria Higginbotham and director of finance, W. Henry The Maxville Civic Club will

another lesson in dressmaking.We .:.Mrs. Lyle Schmehls of Jacksonville Nichols, head of the maintenance .meet Friday night, March 1.
fitted our patterns and cut were visitors here Sundayand II dept., Gene Stokes, school board Mrs. A. R. Johnson and Miss
out our dresses and now we will also went to Starke to see member from our district, Uncle Merle Higginbotham attended a'a'

meet again this Thursday to Gloria's brother, Rudy Higgin Harry Meister, education recorder birthday party in Folkston, Ga.
make them. The ladies brought botham, who is confined to the I for the Jacksonville Journal, Sunday in honor of Donald Nettles c
sandwiches and cakes and had Bradford County Hospital. I and a Journal photographer visited who was celebrating his

dinner at the club. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham the Maxville School Monday 39th anniversary.Mr. .

Birthday Parties and family had as their afternoon and made pictures.The and Mrs. J. C. Higginbotham -
Mrs. John North entertainedlast guests for Sunday dinner, Mr. pictures and story will be in and daughter, Cheryl, spent, lB.Grade
HAMS
Thursday night, Feb. 21, witha I and Mrs. James Waters and sons the Jacksonville Journal. the weekend in Lawtey with Mr. V .
party honoring her daughter, -Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs. B. The school children are proud and Mrs. Nathan Starling. INST49
Jewel, who was 14 that day. The H. Higginbotham.Mr. that the 1st and 2nd grade class-
group of young people gathered and Mrs. A. R. Johnsonand room has been received and painted HOMECOMING AT HEILBROON
around a large bon fire and Miss Merle Higginbothamwere and bulletin boards have been BAPTIST SUNDAY, MARCH 3

played games, then were served visitors in Folkston. Ga. last added to each classroom.The .
will be observed -
the birthday cake with drinks Tuesday.We Dental Health Society of Homecoming day
and afterwards had a marsh- are glad to learn that Mrs. Jacksonville spent Tuesday at the at the Heilbronn Baptist,

mallow roast. Jewel received Ruby Durrance is getting along school showing films on the care I Church Sunday services., climaxing a weekof "A" Frozen Dressed and Drawn Large
several nice gifts. Those enjoy- nicely and back at work after of the teeth. I revival
this! occasion with Jewel injuring her finger at work last Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Johnson. The occasion will be celebrated
ing Violet have purchased a beautiful new: with an all-day sing and a basket
and week.
were Ray, Bobby FAT HENS COFFEE f
Burnsed, Claude, Roger and Hel- Charlie Ruby, who has been trailer and are living in it by dinner on the grounds.The .
who
en North, B. F. and Evelyn Cole- stationed in Korea, is spendinga their place of business, The J. Rev. G. E. Cutshaw, :
man Ed, John and Linda Waters, furlough with his brotherinlaw & D. Truck Stop. The trailer has been conducting the revival
Shirley Higginbotham, Billy No and sister, Mr. and Mrs. has six rooms and a bath in it. services, will speak at the evening '
lan. Gene Johnson, and Jean Wilbur Wilkinson and son. He Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wilkin services at 7:30 p. m. pound 37C 6-oz. jar SI .25



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Mrs. Senie Prevatt: I State WCTU Head)" .Winsome ClassThe Radio Station !Rotarians Hear

Fetes 88th Birthday Visits Local Unitoutstanding
!
Winsome Class of the !Begins Operating Army Man Speak

An temperance First Baptist Church met Tues- I
day night at the home 'of Mrs. I Colonel Krieberg, senior ROTC
was delivered Mrs. I
by
message Wm. Haas, with Mrs. I. G. Har- (Continued from Page 1) i instructor at the University of
Florence Riggle, state WCTU r Florida
ris as co-hostess. Mrs. M. H. I was guest speaker at
president, at a luncheon given in by the members of the journalismclass I the
Rotary Club describing
conducted the devo- Wednesday, -
her honor last Friday by the 'Sheppard at BHS, Temple 'said. The I
Gladys Mooty tional and the world conditions today
local union in the Gospel Taber- meeting was pre- teenagers would also be given from
Plume 35 sided the a military viewpoint.Col. .
over by president, Mrs. the
nacle. She described the programof opportunity to interview a
Ned Yancey. After the closing Krieberg said that the
A IIII I 6 temperance work being car- guest on the show. .
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prayer by Mrs. W. B. Mundy, I military did not desire
ried on throughout the world. Other ideas for programs for i a war
Dianne Anderson Hospital Auxiliary After filling her engagementhere class teacher, a social hour was teen-agers include forums on any more than the civilian pop-

Marries In Illinois Gives Silver TeaSt. y Mrs. Riggle left Saturday enjoyed. popular music and discussion best ulation chance does,of but that our one
a panels on subjects of avoiding war is
morning for Tallahassee, where general
to be so strong that On Point Landing!
Mark's Parish House was she had five speaking engage- Circle 4 WSCSCircle interest. no enemy
will dare attack us.
the scene of a beautiful Silver ments Sunday.The Request Show ,
Tea given Wednesday afternoon, next WCTU meeting will 4 of the :Methodist WSCS Temple said that the musical I I I The speaker was introduced by THE point?
will meet at the recreation build Col. J. A: Griffin, who had
Bradford County be March 29.
Feb. 20, by the held request show in the afternoons
March 5 at 8 I I charge of the hundredsof
'I Hospital Auxiliary. ing on Tuesday, has already brought enthusiastic program. It may cost you

Arrangements of early spring Starke Social ClubThe p. m. Hostesses are Mrs. W. R. support of the young people. I I dollars, if someone is injured -
Miller and Mrs. C. S. Haddock.
UDC '
flowers were used in decorating.The Temple expressed a desire to Meeting on your premises!
mantel, before which the receiving Starke Social Club will see instituted
line stood, held an ar- meet Thursday evening, March. Executive,BoardThe forum, possibly a public sponsored interest I The W. T. Weeks chapter U. Before that someone lands on
ZN bya
tistic arrangement of dogwoodin 7 at 7:30 o'clock in the Presby- civic I D. C. will meet Wednesday afternoon -

the George Washington birth-1 .r" byterian Sunday School rooms. executive board of the topics of group local, interest in which would timely be I March: 6, at 3:30 o'clock at your wallet, let us provideyou

day motif. The tea table was efa, I. Members of the Junior Woman's Starke Woman's Club will meet discussed or people in the the home of Mrs. L. D. Vining. with i ComprehensivePersonal
covered with a white satin and }, ""t ,4: Club will provide the programand Thursday afternoon, March 7, at interviewed.As news I I Liability Insurance.
cloth and featured a cen- Mrs. refreshments. 3:30: o'clock in the club house. I
\ lace Senie Prevatt, a native of a public CARD OF THANKS of
and blue service, the station Approximately $10,000
white
red .
terpiece of Bradford County, celebrated her
will ,aid
5 delabra completed the decora- 88th birthday anniversary on Sun- 1 1J in telling volunteers the fire department and We wish to express our thanks I protection for about $15..

tions. Silver trays held dainty day, Feb. 10, at her home near where fires citizens and deep appreciation to the ,
are located
will
cakes decorated with miniature Lawtey. She is pictured above broadcast appeals for many neighbors and friends for
hatches, and nuts and sand.- holding her youngest, grandchild, i, blood donations when emergency the expressions of kindness and
authorized
wiches. Silver tea and coffee George Fonzo Jr. Mrs. Prevattis \ by a doctor or the hospital, will sympathy given us during the I
end
were placed at each the mother of former C sickness and
servers county report on road conditions, and death of our be- =
of the table.Standing commissioner Carl Prevatt of the will give news of births at the loved husband and father. Es- -
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in the receiving line Lawtey district. hospital. pecially do we thank Dr. Felos.
Mrs. Mabel Anderson of Her- were Mrs. Steve Simmons, Mrs. Fun and more fun .. in other cottage at 328 N. Walnut .. I May God bless each and every
rin 111. and Van Anderson of Mrs. J. W. Kin- words, looks like there'll be nev Mary Ella Turner is now sec- Broadcast Hours I one.The
W. E. Middleton, Garden Club Views Station VVRGR E. B. shipman family. H. c. Wall AgencyPhone
is
Starke
announce the engagementof on the air
dull moment from
caid and Mrs. George RobertsSr. er a now until retary for Mack Futch, replac- ,
their daughter, Dianne, to Jim Inviting guests to the tea Film On Gladioli"The Centennial week in May .. ing Marjorie Byrd, who will be- from 6 a. m. until 8 p. m. on
Kirk of Carbondale, Ill. Mr. Kirkis weekdays: and from 7:30 146 >
until :
Hear rumors that some of the
at Central
table were Mrs. W. H. Grahamand gin working Truck 8 Mrs. Carl Johns Jr. is the "traf-
the of Mr. and Mrs. p. m. on Sundays.
son Mrs. Junius Smith. Presid- Glad Story, a beautiful girls-about-town are champing at Lines next Monday, relievingMrs. fic girl" for the station.
Call Street
200 E.
George Kirk of West Frankfort, color and sound film gladioliwas the bit because Announcers from Gainesvilleand
ing at the silver services were on ; the men seem C. V. Ingleright, who will WRGR broadcasts on the 1490
111. :Mrs. H. H. Adams, Mrs. Pete G. shown during the meeting of to: be having all the fun with continue to work part time .. Lake City are filling in with spot on the dial from studios on Starke, Fla.ALVAREZ' .
Miss Anderson graduated from Felos, Mrs. R. E. Edmondson, the Starke Garden Club Monday their beards .. So what are the The John W. Stricklands have announcer Ted Van Iderstine and the American Legion grounds. I
the Herrin Township High Schoolin and Mrs. T. G. Ritch. Assistingin evening in the Parish House. girls planning to come forth moved from Water Street to Temple until other quality an-

1953 and is employed at San- serving were Mrs. A. Y. Cov- Mrs. A. Russell Norman was in with? ... well, I'm pledged to Dr. Barry's house on Bessent nouncers can be obtained Tem- i

gamo Electric in Ordill, lilL ington, Mrs. Owen Vaughn, Mrs. charge of the program and show- secrecy right now but you can Road .. The Chester Woods are last ple said. The staff was cut down Men's Clothing

Mr. Kirk graduated from the M. F. Hazen, Mrs. J. H. Arnold, ed the film, which was suppliedby expect a big news break on the moving this weekend from the Gordon week when the manager, II STORE 1894 U
the Florida Gladioli Growers feminine front about week Robbie, was forced to Established
next
West Frankfort Community High Mrs. C. E. Johns, Mrs. E. L. Hardy house on W. Madison to leave
School in 1951 and is the profes- Matthews, and Mrs H. B. Peyton. Association, Sarasota. ... And by the way, Ruby Johns the Payne house on Glenn St. .. because of family reasons.

sional golfer at the Jackson Bidding the guests good-bye at Mrs. H. A. Lawson, president, says she has a swanky pair of Mrs. E. Thomas has taken an

Country Club. the exit door were Mrs. E. A. presided over the meeting at high-top shoes that she intendsto apartment at the Stefanelli's,

No date has been set for the Hall and Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr. 1 which time Mrs. Paul Raymondwas polish up and wear during the 704 Lake St.
100 call appointed membership chair Centennial .. spec all the girls JoAnn Dinkins
wedding. Approximately guests ( ) York gave a I
ed between four and six o'clock. man. Mrs. J. D. Doyle, civic will be rummaging in the attic birthday: party last Friday after- We Need Space Now!

Family Members Hold chairman, reported that her com- before long for Centennial glad noon for her son, Phillip, who

Mathenys To Fete mittee had replanted 10 rose rags .. was three .. 17 youngsters and
Joint Birthday PartiesMrs. bushes from the hospital groundsto And speaking of beards, Emma their mothers enjoyed this affair -

50th Anniversary the traffic island at the cor- Hill says she was quite shocked which was complete with We Are
E. M. Prevatt Sr. enter- ner of E. Madison and S. Water 1 the other day when a "strange"man huge cake decorated in the Overstocked. and Have New Merchandise

tained at a family dinner and Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Mathenywill streets. The civic committee also came up to her on the George Washington motif .. .

joint birthday party last Sundayfor celebrate their golden wed- assisted the City in.planting street and asked if she wanted Earleena Norman was hostess I Coming In.

her sons, Walter, who was ding anniversary on Sunday, jasmine bushes and cocus plu- him to come by and "pick up to 21 friends Saturday night for

four on Feb. 19 and Emory Jr. March 10. Their son and daugh- mosis trees on the City's high- your clothes" ... After she regained dancing and refreshments .. the
who was seven on Feb. 24, and ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. OrthoK. ways. Mrs. Guy Edwards was her composure, she took occasion was her 20th birthday

their father, E. M. Prevatt Sr., Matheny will be hosts at a elected a new member of the another look and discovered Carr anniversary .. Spotted Blanche THIS 4 PIECE WALNUT BED ROOM SUITE
whose birthday fell on Feb. 22. luncheon, followed by an open club. Colley (dry cleaning route man) (Alderman) Vandiviere of Bay

Each of the honorees had his house reception from 3 to 5 p. Refreshments were served pre behind those lush whiskers .. Pines visiting her mother and

own birthday cake. Walter's m. Other luncheon guests will ceding the meeting by the hos- .. and they do say that Clarice other relatives here this week, I Compare At 95
cake was in the cowboy motif be brothers and sisters of the tesses, Mrs. M. M. Morgan, chair- (Thomas) Wood sat through and bemoaning that fact that $129.95

and Emory's was a school house honored couple and their families. man, Mrs. Tyler Jones, Mrs. J church services all last Sunday she couldn't recognize any of Only I

complete with gum-drop cherry The luncheon and receptionwill I W. Ritch, and Mrs. Edna Prevatt. without realizing that the bearded the men folks (behind the beards). Includes .... Vanity, Bench,
be in the K.
tree. O. Matheny gentleman on the same pew Nice to have word about two
celebrate the home located at the Florida Farm ... Joe
Helping to occasion WomenThe was her brother, Arch former CalLstreeters, Broward
Colony, east of Gainesville on Presbyterian Chest and Poster Bed
with Mrs. Prevatt and Andrews, Bill Graham, Harry and Donald Strickland, who seem
the honor guests were Mr. and the Waldo road. Women of the First Presbyterian Rabb, Guy Andrews and others to be making a name for them-
Mrs. Calvin Richard of Arcadia, Mrs. M. P. Matheny will be Church held their regu- are going down to take a look selves in other parts ... After (Similar To Photograph)

Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith of Jack- remembered by her friends as the I lar monthly meeting in the Sun- at the Leesburg Centennial (now leaving Starke they moved with
sonville and Mr. and Mrs. J. former Olive Jeanette Ward "of week ..
at its climax) this
I day school assembly hall Tuesday their mother (now Mrs. GordonE.
G. Adkins of Hampton. Brooker. She and Mr. Mathenymet they'll come back with a lot of .
Monroe
night at 8 o'clock. Harkless Jr., 333 E. ,)
there and were married on Mrs. W. A. Stern, president, fresh: ideas, no doubt .. to Jacksonville and later both

Wesleyan Guild March 7, 1907. Brooker was their was in charge of the business Glad to hear that Louise Sternis went on to Nacoochee Schoolat

home until 1932 when they movedto meeting. Mrs. R. G. Patersonwas feeling much better after her Rabun Gap, Ga., where they

Wesleyan Service Guild, Unit Tampa. They are now residingnear in charge of the program recent illness and will resume have attended the past three ,

2, will meet Tuesday night at Ft. McCoy.No I entitled 'The Church As Your giving piano lessons today ... years .. Donald is a basketballstar r

7:30 o'clock in the Young Adult invitations are being sent,I I I Community. She was assisted Evelyn and Herbert Ritch have and Christian youth leader .
Sunday School classroom with but all relatives and friends in by Mrs. Robert Chapman and started building their new homeon ... Broward was chosen king
Mrs. R. S. Mullins and Mrs. J. this area are cordially invited to i!:I Mrs. W. S. McAliley. The de- East Call, between McMillans and crowned on the opening nightof rr

R. Hixon as hostesses. visit during the afternoon. I 1! votional for the evening was led and Whiteheads .. and Flo and the Holiday on Ice show in .

I by Mrs. David Montgomery. Mrs. Tom Slade expect to start building Atlanta for outstanding quali- w x<

Paterson reminded the group soon near the same location ties of leadership, scholarship,

l I that Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Hamilton John and Barbara Caldwelland achievement, and personality .. l
it l: will be present Tuesday children are leaving Starke his picture appeared in the At-

i1 March 5, for a World Mission this weekend for Denver, Colo. lanta Constitution of Feb. 13 .. i +
I I program to te presented at 7:45 where he plans to continue his he will graduate in June and expects -
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ERALil I p. m. Preceding the program will work as a mining engineer .. to go into college for pre- i.. t :
ELECTRIC be a covered dish supper set for Hear that Kenneth Miller has med and missionary work ..

I' 7 p. m. joined the Air Force and is stationed All for now See you in the 4 : :

L"" ,1Is I Following the program, the at Lackland AFB in ,San next.. .

I I group enjoyed refreshments serv- Antonio Texas Buddy Bishop -CarolynSUN. A 'F

d> PUSHBUTTON f i ed by Mrs. David Montgomery I and Bill Jackson (beards and all) 4
: and Mrs. R. G. Paterson. made a business trip to Colum-

bus and Atlanta, Ga. this week,
Y Emblem Service Held I but haven't heard if they were ; el 1 1
D r
anywhere along the BICTARKE
picked up
By FHA Members line as "suspicious-looking char- FL-: \ rI'
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acters" Pearl Colson is replacing -
: The FHA club met Monday T'
Lucille, Mizell as beauti-
Is UM4i i $149.70 I' evening at the school house with cian at Ruby Johns' ... Mary ., MON., TUES.,
I 114 members present and Mrs. Carol Bessent is among those MAR. 3.4.5

? I Stremus, advisor, presiding. taking a bankers training coursein DOUBLE FEATURE
WITH TRADE : An emblem service was held Jax this week, preparing for
III.ar
with the following taking part: employment in the new Community "The Moon Is Blue"William 3-PIECE MIST GREY OR CHERRY CORDOUAN

Betty Gaskins, Mary Starling State Bank ... ,
Holden, David :Niven
Removable Oven Door Barbara Sue Davis, Mary Ella
is
1957"
"New Faces Through
for Easy Reach-In ShiAnn and Maggie, McXamara BEDROOM SUITE
Glenda Parker,
a.. fi Green, the theme of the variety show
x Oven Cleaning. 3 Smith, Cecilia McComb, and being put on by the Junior Wom- PLUS. Includes

Yvonne Gaskins.An an's Club, April 12-13, at the "HIGH NOON"Gary ;

MODEL J-2SJ Plus sit these Features Monday initiation evening will at be 7:30 held o'clockat next elementary school cafetorium for Cooper, r L.OUL.:::; -:N :;; r'"p.arfJIJn'fl.lf1 y' I ;#;;; 'i Double Dresser
the benefit of a community
I the school house for new mem-I swimming pool fund .. Hear- Plus Color Cartoon For Kids Mirrorcaseanded

> .New Malfe! Ovengiant be bers.present.All members are that sewing Mrs.machine Alma given Ricks away won the byDucky's WED.DOUBLE, THURS.FEATURE"Thunderstorm", MAR. 6.7 hi iJ B ook


...
last week Loca Norman -
WSCS Circles Meet was confined to Doctors Only
flfl
wide/
2B" Hospital from Sunday to Wed- Linda Christian and Carlos .. .95
Three circles of the Methodist nesday Grace Jordan under- t : ', :::1
Counterbalanced Oven Door WSCS will meet the first of the went a minor operation in Brad- Thompson k f
'
week as follows: ford Hospital last week ... and PLUS J' 1:

Finger Tip Button Controls Circle 1, Tuesday morning at Grace Page checked in there fora "The Rains of "4 .
IiJ. 10 o'clock in. the educational few days last weekend for ob
COOKTOP building with Mrs. Carl Johns, servation. Ranchipur"CINEMASCOPE
NEwt! NO-DRIP
ttt I as hostess. Maryon and Joe Arnold look- Compare at $109.95

itMKnIe. 'lr "" "" s..1t. HOME 01trot' ed up Joe and Laverne Hembree Lana Turner, Richard Burton (Similar To Photograph)
'" :
I I Circle 2, Monday afternoon at when they were in Miami last
UVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY Y I I 1 3 o'clock in the educational weekend ... Joe is now an eye, and Joan Caulfield

COOK BETTER AUTOMATICALLY I building with Mrs. Ethel Sewell ear nose, and throat specialist Plus Cartoon
LOW PRICE I r'J ? 2 Boudoir Lamps with Bedroom Suite
WITH A C-E AUTOMATIC RANGE! I as hostess. with offices in the Medical Building c- any
? Miami .. Martha Susan FRI., SAT., MAR. 8.9

iI Circle 3, at the home of Mrs. Ritch celebrated her 11th birth- .DOUBLE FEATURE \rtmii1.4uuim.u.:1 Purchased Between March 1 and 9

_ Bertha Pearce with Mrs. Ethel day anniversary last Friday aft- "Between Heaven
Parks as co-hostess, Monday afternoon ernoon with a party for 18

at 3 o'clock. friends ... David Jordan was and Hell"


I. MCGRIFF APPLIANCESGENERAL SINGING CONVENTIONThe honor birthday guest party at on a neighborhood Feb. 18 ... Robert CINEMASCOPE Wagner Terry Moore "It's A Fact You Can Do Better At"

Bradford-Union singing Richard Lee did the honors on
ELECTRIC APPLIANCES convention meets Sunday, March his 6th birthday, Feb. 26 witha and Broderick Crawford

3. at Heilbronn Baptist church party for'a few of his friends. PLUS Denmark Furniture Co. of Starke

The Only Authorized General Electric Appliance where homecoming will be cele- Little John Torode and Bobby "The Last Wagon"

Dealer In Bradford County" brated. Singing will begin at 11 White have been laid up with

COR. CALL AND WALNUT PHONE 229 I a. m. and continue through the mumps ... CINEMASCOPE 434 W. CALL ST. PHONE 151
STARKE, FLA. day, and dinner will be served. The Edgar Wilkinson family Richard Widmark and Felicia Fan-

Everyone interested in gospel have moved back to Starke from Plus Serial Chapter 8 Car Free Delivery Use Our Budget Plan

We Service Everything We Sell singing is urged to attend. Visit- Lawtey and are,residing at 913 toon For Kids
ors and singers are expected E. Thomas ... The W. E. Shan-
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FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1957 BRADFORD "TY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
_- PAGE FIVEMrs ,

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Florida Products R To: W. G. Null, -whose residenceand Bradford County, Florida,
address is: 1305 Driver Street la Probate. _
Memphis, Tennessee. *
l In re: Estate of Horace John
Shown At SchoolIn Ton are hereby notified that a Foster akaII.. Foster deceased.To .
.,. suit for divorce care, custodyand All
I Creditor and Persons
j .a control of minor childrenand
Ph Hating Claim or UnunndAgraiaiit ..
Festival WeekFlorida l title to furnishings Said Estate
vW baa been filed against In the
you You and each of you are hereby
above named Court and cans and notified and required to present
' you are required to serve a any claims and demands which
Products Festival
Week
IN THE NEYtl3 copy of your answer or pleading to you, or either of you. may have
was observed locally with a pro- the complaint "n tna Plaintiffs against the estate of Horace John
Attorney Louis ,T. Ransom, 60S Foster a/k/a 11. Foster, deceased,
Bradford
gram presented by the Starke County
Hospital
r .. I' an-. Consolidated Building.., Jacksonville late of said County, to the County
t ----------- elementary school at a meetingof nounces the following births: 2, Florida judge of Bradford County, Florida

Henry Carter of Maxville Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hawkins I the Bradford Education Assn.in + lip Mr. and Mrs. Huron Mack and file the original in the office of at his office In the court house of
the said
Clerk of the CIrcuit Court on or County at Starke, Florida
|was a Sunday visitor of Mr. and of Superior, Wis. were last week the cafetorium on Feb. 21. r- Herndon of Highland, a son, Feb. before the 1st day of April, 1957: within eight calendar months from
,Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Folk songs and dances highlighted r\ 4 : iit 20. otherwise the allegations of said the time of the first publication of
Complaint will be taken as confessed this notice. Each claim or demand
Mrs. T. B. Rogers of Quitman, Vaughn. the program, and the following Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Hutchins by you. shall be in writing, and shall state

[Ga. spent Thursday with her Mrs. C. H. Dittmar and daughter exhibits were attractively I i La of Starke, a daughter Rebecca each This week notice for shall four be publishes consecutive once the office place address of of residence the claimant and post and:

[daughter Mrs M. G. McMillanand of Jacksonville spent last displayed: food products, Mrs. o, Allette, Feb. 21. weeks In the Bradford County Tele- shall be sworn to by the claimant,

[. family and helped celebrate week with her parents, Mr. and Bridges' 4th grade; the pine and Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Smith graph.Dated this 22nd day of February, his such agent claim, or or demand attorney not, and so filed any

I the first birthday anniversary of Mrs. Floyd Green and also with its products, Mrs. Peek's 4th Johns of Starke, a son, Feb. 21. 1957. shall be void.
her granddaughter Hjalmar Jane Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Rosier Jr. grade; shell exhibit and tourist Mr. and Mrs. Claude Official Seal) Charles A. Darby. JULIETTA FOSTERAs
Clerk
Lewis of the Circuit Court executrix of the La!'tWill
McMillan. Mr. Dittmar joined his family cities of Floiida, Mrs. Louise Hilliard of Lawtey, a daughter, By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk and Testament of
' over the weekend.Mr. Crosby's pupils; mining and mine 3/1 4t /22 Horace John Foster akaH.
Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and Vicky Ellen, Feb. 22. Foster, deceased
son. Jimmy had Sunday dinner and Mrs. Vernon Silcox products, Mrs. Green's pupils. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Austin .a the Court of the County Judge, 3/1 4t 3/12

( with Mr. and Mrs. Truby Hazen and son, David, Mrs. D. L. Sil- Original Florida songs were Dampier of Green Cove Springs,

i and family in Crystal River while cox, and Brenda and Jim Lewis sung by pupils of Mrs. Muriel _: .. a daughter, Brenda Jean, Feb.

I the Truby Hazens were enroute' visited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox Norman and Mrs. Bridges, and 23.

to their home in St. Petersburg and daughters ,in' Live Oak on folk games were demonstrated FLORIDA PRODUCTS FESTIVAL WEEK was observed in the Own Your Own Home
Mr. and Airs. John William !
| after spending the weekend in Sunday.Mrs. ?y 4th grade pupils of Mrs. Starke Elementary St'hoolith colorful displays arranged In the Mann of Maxville
a daughter
Starke as guests of Mr. and H. H. Rabb Jr. and sons Hart and Mrs. Bridges. cafetorium. One of the many outstanding exhibits was the one pic- Feb. 26. ,

I Mrs. M. F. Hazen. spent the weekend with her par- Walls of the cafetorium were tured above, arranged by pupils of Mrs. Lily Bridges' 4th Grade.

, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ake and ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Ken- colorful with posters, maps, and Students arranging the! exhibit were: 1st ro\v (I-r) Jackie Arnold, REVIVAL SERVICESAT
family of Jacksonville will be nedy in Jacksonville. They also BEVIS CONSTRUCTION CO. Inc.
drawings of Florida scenes made Diane Edwards Decide Dinkins, Larry Sapp, Carlson Tillman. 2nd GRAIL4M BAPTIST
i weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. visited Com. and Mrs. H. S. ,
by teachers of the elementaryschool. row: Willard Crawford, Elaine Strickland, Drew Groover Seleta
.
H. H. Rabb, Jr. Rodgers.Mrs. Revival services will begin at
Will
Capt. and Mrs. C. B. Starling Dave Paulk and daughter Thomas, and Jerry Harrell.Mr. the Graham Baptist Church on Build You A HOME On Your Lot

I of Doctor's Lake and Mr. and Sylvia, were visiting Mayorand Mrs. Junius March 4 and continue each nightat
Smith is in Southern and Mrs. J. H. Raulersonof Mr. and Mrs. Allen Harden of
Mrs. W. C. Braumbaugh of Jack- Mrs. Jeff Paulk in Willa- Pines 7:30. o'clock. Rev. W. P. Mc- 1 BED ROOM .
N. C. 995.00
coochee, Ga. over the weekend. Tuesday to Fri- Gainesville and Robert Kellyof Baxley, Ga. visited Mr. and Mrs. $
Elroy of Chiefland will conduct
sonville were Wednesday evening day with her
son-in-law and South Georgia Ed
College
spent Crosby over the weekend.
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Judge, Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.E. I.K. Wymanand Ferryman daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.J. Charles Prevatt, son of Mr. and the services, assisted by the pas- 2 BED ROOM - $1,595.00
tor, Rev. W. O. Collins.
Carter Sr. Mrs. Ralph Lane visited the Myers and family. R. Kelly. Mrs. J. B. Prevatt of Hampton,

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Simp- Stephen Foster Memorial on sun- Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Hatha- Mr. and Mrs. E. E Ceuon of and a sophomore at BHS, was NOTICE TO APPEAR 3 BED ROOM $2,095.00
son Sr of Takoma Park, Md. are way and children of Macon Ga. Gainesville were visiting Mrs. awarded a certificate of merit. for IB Clrrmlt Court. Bradford Cemtrtjr,

I visiting Mrs. Simpson's mother, day.Mrs.. C. H. Quick is' confinedin spent Thursday to Saturday of Annie Hollingsworth and daughter an entry in the National AmateurArt Gladys Florida Marie IB Ckaaccry.Null, Plaintiff vs.V.
Mrs. R. S. Fernandez for two last week with Contest conducted G. Null, Defendant.
Mr. and Mrs. by Art
Penny, on Sunday.
[ weeks. the Bradford County Hospital.Her Case No. 10--055 HOUSES ARE COMPLETE ON OUTSIDE WITH
daughter, Mrs. J. W. Jonesof Calvin Johns. I I Dr. ad Mrs. James Chace of instruction, Inc. of Minneapolis, Notice To Appear
Mrs. C. M. of Jack-
Turney Lake City was visiting her on Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Knight of Gainesville were visiting their Minn. FLOORING AND ALL PARTITION STUDDINGON
sonville is visiting Mrs. Carrie Jacksonville were Saturday visit- aunt, Mrs. Etta Hoover, on Satur- Gall Reddish, Douglas Conner, SEE US
Wednesday. I -
Ward and other friends in Starke. and :{r. and Mrs. Leon Conner INSIDE ONLY
Friends of Mrs. Suzie Andrews ors of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Bare- day.Mrs. ,
Mrs. Ralph Hamilton of In- i Cecil spent a recent weekend at Scott
Sewell and childrenof
will to hear that she is
dianapolis, Ind. is spending this regret foot.Mr. Jacksonville spent the first of Springs. Miss June Conner and TUCKER FABRICCustom TAMPA QUINCY PERRY-
confined in Ocala Memorial Hospital and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of -
week with Mr. and Mrs. W. B.. 'j the week with Rep. and Mrs four girl friends came up from
Sewell. following a heart attack. Tampa were visiting Mrs. O. L. Made Slip Covers
Conner. Trinity Bible College and spent
Leonard Whitehead and son,: Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Kincaidover Doyle PALATKA
Mrs. John W. Griffin returnedto Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Herrin of the weekend with them. DRAPES & UPHOLSTERING -
Stevie were on a boat trip on, the weekend. Mrs. Kincaid
her home in Ochlocknee, Ga.
Callahan weekend MATERIALSMr.
Silver River and Lake George. returned to Tampa with the were guests of IN STARKE AND VICINITY -
on Wednesday after spending a Mr. and Mrs. Jones.
and over the weekend.Mrs. I Hoppes for several weeks. Tyler Recent Birth: & Mrs. Howard Tucker
week with her parents, Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Truby Hazen and

Mrs. F. F. Stump. She was accompanied Titus Olson is expected! Mack Futch was in Savannah.Ga. Mrs. Betty Dennison and son Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lipinskiof Box 195 Phone 2861

by her mother, Mrs. home next week after spendingtwo on a business trip Wednesdayand : Don, of St. Petersburg were week- Hawthorne announce the birthof Call Smith DeVoe Phone 410-J

Stump, and aunt, Mrs. E. L. weeks with her mother, Mrs. Thursday of last week and end guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. a daughter, Lillian Martha, Keystone Heights, Fla.
Weaver of Staunton, W. Va., who George Lilly, in Olmsted 111. attended the Prosecuting Attor- F. Hazen.
Feb. 23 in Doctor's
I on Hospital.
will be in Ochlocknee until Sun- Mrs. Orie Wiggins was visitingher ney Assn. meeting in Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs W. P. Randall. .
Enroute visited Mr. sister, Mrs. John Moyer in' Friday and Saturday.
day. they Sr of Tampa were weekend guestsof .
and Mrs. Wm. H. Thompson in Jacksonville Wednesday after-' New Spring Cotton Dresses Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham.Mr. .

Monticello.Mr. I noon.Mr. $3.98 and $5.98 at Leila's. and Mrs. Inman Green and
and Mrs. Floyd Boone and and Mrs. Charles Fields Rev. W. S. McAliley, E. M. children spent the weekend in HART'S

family have moved into the and family of Jacksonville spent Davis and O. E. Stansbury at- Tallahassee with Mr and Mrs.
'
Knight house at 317 Laura St. Sunday with their parents, Mr tended the Presbyterian Florida Willard Pass.
and Mrs. O. W. White Sr. and
Crusade luncheon at the First Mrs. D. J. Clark of Tampa is MARCH f
Mrs. J. H. Fields. N
Presbyterian Church in Gaines- spending two weeks with her sis- <
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. of
Heaney : ville on MondayMr. ters, Mrs. Henrietta Hunt, and

Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawsonof Mrs. L. D Green.
and Mrs. C. R. Williams Sun- STOREWIDE
FLORIDATHEATRE on Lakeland
spent the weekend The Charles Douglas and Eldon

day. They also have as guests with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson.Mr. Hardy families were in Gaines-

this week Mr. and Mrs. J. L. and Mrs. Elmer Lewis
and ville last Friday evening to at-

Jones and baby daughter of family spent Sunday with Mr. tend a surprise birthday dinner

Tampa. and Mrs. B. F. Grimes in Ocala. party honoring Mrs Charier

Mrs. F. W. Strickland and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chadwelland Hardy, Sr. at the home of Mr. ON THIS -

daughter, Cynthia, were visiting children of Birmingham, Ala. and Mrs. W. H. Bryan. SAVE 40 9 PIECE LIVING ROOM GROUP

SAT. MAR. 2 Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Moyer in were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nelma Keen and daughter

I It It Jacksonville on Tuesday. Mrs. Lester Kite. Carolyn, were in Punta Gorda Including
DOUBLE FEATURE Mr. and Mrs. B. T. ThomasMr. Mrs. P. H. Wilhelm of Miami
the weekend Mrs.
over visiting
& .....;:, .:. .. t h w Sofa Bed.Platform ,
and Mrs. D. L. Thomas, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. John Centonzeof Keen's son-in-law and daughter, < _U i,;

and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, Mrs. Philadelphia, Pa. are spend- Mr. and Mrs. H. H. McConnelland Rocker

Jack Hazen, Mrs. W. O. Dodd, ing a few days with Mr. and children. They also visited T.V. ChairDreamland

and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hines Mrs. Steve Simmons.Mr. relatives in Bradenton.Dr. .
""" ,,,
and families spent Sunday ir and Mrs. W. T. Jacksonand Seymour R. Marco, local "" yy7 1 S I-Coffee Table

astrWIM1I Branford to help celebrate the family were in Keystone optometrist, has been chosen to -
Color
Mllil.REfiAISCOPE < Blonde
66th birthday anniversary of Heights Sunday visiting Mr. and serve on the National "Save Your t '.% p r.t d t a5 a f -xevsx nx, Vdaro' > + f.
Tables
: Mrs. F. P. Hines. Mrs Fred Leonhard.Mr. Vision Week" committee, which
*lejjl f int.toe riodxtx* XeiMd bi 201k Centum IM Color Blonde
Final Fall Dress Clearance $5.00 and Mrs. S. R. Wallace of will be observed in this area by $.r

AND Values to $25.00. Thurs, Fri. and I Palatka spent Sunday with their the Northeast Florida OptometricAss'n. ., ttal 2 Table Lamps

I Sat. at I 'ila's aunt, Mrs Frank Hoover. ., March 3-9. lSofa Pillow

I 1 Miss Alta Smith of Los Angeles ,! i f '

!i who has been visiting her par- SALE PRICE

; ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry O'Hara,

and other relatives for the past : :
: ) .33095
JAc. two weeks left Friday for a visitin _
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f
Daytona with her sister and i E'SCOL i2

brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.I

Olin Graves.
Mrs. Elva Stewart and daughter 9-PIECE BEDROOM GROUP
i SAVE
.
$40.00 .
Doris, entertained at a fami- SIJS1.v

Youth Ily reunion last Saturday eve- -glL 4-PC. Bedroom Suite ... Vanity .- Post Bed ... Chest
ning. Those attending were V. f ON THIS 10-PIECE
the Loose!
: 7
D.D
C. Stwerat, Jr. of Olympia,Wash., ; f/LE/ Stool Inner-Spring
,
I who has been visiting his mother,( LIVING ROOM GROUP
Mfmf MMJJ UNNfT A.d JOAN COUINS ;1t !, [ .
James T. Ste- j
Dllenr A CELaa NIm dLu UI attidUMi-N the past week, Ci1D Mattress, Box
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PLUS : wart of Jacksonville, Mr. and ,;:;;: ,.

"Tweet -At Zoo" --Cartoon !' Mrs. L. C. Stewart and son.I! D"' "'r'...:?,*',,,' !, $46 50 Sensational Low Price $ ., ,.. .. Springs, 2 Feather

I 1 I Mike of West Palm Beach, and Li.asor 1," 1 e t
Chapter No. 4 "MysteryIsland" Mr. and Mrs. Harold Keller and a ; : ti ? t

...., 4-Drawer Letter sz.
Gainesville.Mr. W'r .
children of i c >>', II $119.95 Bedspread
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and Mrs. Mike Pickeringof \ A: 'h:""Y.,r:
SUN., MON.. TUES., I Gainesville spent the weekend '\ !< BRAND NEW

MAR. 345WARNERCOIOR I Il I with their parents Mr. and Mrs. !$.-.'. ,;,",-M'.: 1 Sofa With 2 1 Coffee Table $169-

'R. B. Alvarez and Mr. and Mrs. Pillows
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l IALAN VIRGINIA EDMONDI.ADD.MAYO'O'BRIEN j 2 Table Lamps .
l L. N. Pickering.Mrs. 2 Step End
Jack Scott of Jackson- 1 Scatter Rug
.! ville and Miss' Beryl Holland of It &&iiiiiL7ttc % Tables37PIECE 1 tf i ti _23PIECE '$f.

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Gainesville were visiting Mr. and
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Mrs. Harry Mooty Sunday_ eve-
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1i'
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!..''"' ning. ::
BEDROOM SUITE SAVE
'''' $40
<', T. H. Slade attended the liqui ii .

fied Petroleum Gas State Board *

meeting in Miami last Friday. \ DINETTE ,. y 0 With Book Case Bed Double

Mrs. C. C. Stanton and Mrs.G. .
a Dresser and Chest of Drawers
L. Minton of Hastings were a
\ 25% more filing copoc- SUITE ; '
last Thursday visitors of Mrs. < -
Alexander.Mr. ;;., ity. The last folders ore
Ada
ACUAI-.ctOt! .IItINTIII.> .WARNER BROS. SALE PRICE
'" and Mrs. Joe Arnold at- $' ; as accessible as the first.
= Amazing q,,, L.
PLUS tended the boat show in Miami w" Smooth gliding drawers a

"Cueball Cat" Cartoon over the weekend. While three with spring compressors Low PriceCft.95 >G a ,

their daughter, Jackie, was visitIng -
WED.. THURS., FRI., her brother-in-law and sister,! and guide rods. Heavy ?' 9S

MAR. 6-7-S Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Butler, in steel, olive green or

Hollywood.Mr. (ar' '; '
THE BIG BEAT! and Mrs. Junius Smith \

will be weekend guests of Col. and 1 Table

\ BILL HALEY Mrs. H. C. Wall in St. Augustineand

WO HIS COMETS will attend the Army din- 4 Chairs -'

ner at the Ponce de Leon Hotelon \
u2 n 32 Piece Dinnerware Set

leI e Saturday. Donald evening.Rev. Kokomoor is spend 11 a CASH AND CARRY u

ing Wednesday to Tuesday in '
I the Pinar del Reo District of HIGH QUALITY FABRIC i t

Letter _______ 43.95
Cubawhere he is visiting the
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DOUBLE FLEXIBLE
r
five mission stations of the Methodist 2-Drawer Letter PLATFORM ROCKERS
_________ 34.50
Church in this area. The

area is to be sponsored by the FLOOR LAMPS
25.95
FRED Gainesville and Sarasota Districts Reg.
4-Drawer Legal __________ 54.95 -
of the Florida Conference.
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Aeawwsrtut >. On Sale At For The
Mr.' and Mrs. J. D. Smith and LOCKS EXTRABRADFORD $ .95

PLUS daughter Judy Carol, of Tampa New Low 10
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spent the weekend with Mrs. $111.95 Price .Of
"Hold The Lion Please"Cartoon Laura Tison. I '7 123 EAST CALL STREET j

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dill .were
Our Store Is Packed
AND"SHARK in Jacksonville last Friday and COUNTY TELEGRAPHSTARKE PHONE 80

HUNTING" Saturday visiting relatives. Quantity Limit With Amazing Bargains -

(Special) Handmacher, Sacony and Lamp]

Spring Salts 17.95 to $29.95 at FLORIDA I

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PAGE SIX COUNTY TELEGRAPH STABKE FLORIDA
-- FRIDAI'. .'I4ATi 1,1 93" 7
,.yyyy..TYW and Mrs. H. T. Markham and of Baldwin afternoon
spent Sunday clenny on Saturday. Mrs. Tanner and family of Jacksonville
family of Gainesville, the Edwin with Mr. and Mrs. Jack and family were in Starke on Sunday dinner guests of were Mr. .yyyy.yy.r TTTTTTTTTTT1 Hamilton, and little Billy Bigham Baptist Church Sunday.Mrs. .

LAW% T E y'd1 Starlings, and Mr. and Mrs. Shad Reynolds and Mrs. Lomie Mos- Sunday to see Mrs. Daisy Thompson and Mrs. D. B. Thomas.Mr. Mrs. Bettye Goodson and chil- Harry Eddy of Waldo
of Lake Butler. BROOKERBy dren of Gainesville were Sunday;
fc Thompson ey. and family. and Mrs. Fred Cannon and spent a few days here with Mr.
Sirs. Joyce T. FutchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Miss Louise Futch spent a few Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish Friends of Mrs. Bonnie Star- daughter and Mrs. Julia Hingson dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. and Mrs. 1[. D. Harrell and
days of last week with Mr. and were weekend guests of their ling Higginbotham will regretto spent Sunday in Live Oak !Irs. E. B. CagtlenAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I Ressie Carlton. daughter.The .
Mrs. Leon Sauls in Hampton.Mr. son-in-law and daughter, Mr., and learn that her husband, Rudy, with Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hing- i Mrs. J. K. Douglas was visiting Wait home was the scene
&Aa .I I her sister, Mrs Angus Bell
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Crawford : and Mrs. Burnell Wilkinsonand Mrs. J. O. Pons, in Tallahassee. of Maxville, was seriously in- of an outdoor barbecue Saturday
son.Mrs. ing, in Lake Butler and also at-
and grandson, Larry Carter, family of Miami and Mr. and Ernest Wells of Mobile Ala. jured by a falling tree last Louie Harley of Starke Training Union Party night. Out of town guests included
tended funeral
of Macclenny spent last week Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and family of spent the weekend with his mother Thursday and is a patient in the and Miss Elaine Harley visited Mrs. Howard Norton was hos- services for El- Don Cornwall, Polly Wait, and
with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Futch. Jacksonville were weekend guests Mrs. Mae Wells. Bradford County Hospital.Mr. Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr. on Sunday tess to her Training Union Class mer Cason at Long Bridge Church Mr. and Mrs. Sam Croft of

Mrs. Futch and Mrs. Crawfordwere ''of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Elizabeth Terry, Joyce and Mrs. Robert Rosier afternoon.The with a party at her home Friday Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Winston Woodarc Gainesville, and :Mr. and Mrs.

Thursday dinner guests of Walter Wilkison. and Ralph Futch were shoppingin and family of Jacksonville, and Shirley Johnsons had as night. Indoor games were played have returned to their home in Winston Woodard of New York.
Mrs. Mollie Crews in Glen St. Deepest. sympathy is extendedto Jacksonville last Saturday. the Neil Joyners of Starke were Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. and were climaxed by a Scaven New York after spending few
Mary. the relatives of the late Muncy Mr. and Mrs. Melson Privett recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvia Hornbeak and family of ger Hunt. Cookies and punch days here with Mr. and a Mrs. ntnenmmrmmy.GRAHAM .
Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Clark Thompson.Mr. and family had as Sunday dinner Marvin Rosier and family.Mr. Oklawaha, and Casey Suggs of were served the 20 guest'who at- Howard Wait and family.
tended.
and family visited Mrs. Hollis and Mrs. O. J. Andrews guests Mr. and Mrs. Charlie and Mrs. L. C. King gavea Newberry. Johnny Maguar and Bill Hinton -
Clark in Starke on Sunday. and Billy were Sunday dinner Smith and son of Jacksonville, 'birthday dinner for their son, HUman Waldron and family of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Russ were of Oldsmar spent the week-

Mr. and Mrs. Buster ''Bennettand guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny and Mrs. Bert Geiger and family I Gene, who celebrated his 11th Starke spent the weekend with visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. DukesJr. end here with Mr. and :Mrs. G. MIL John McKinneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
Mrs. Helen Warren. and daughter in Lake Butler
Billiard.
son, Mr. and Mrs. Donald' Jenkins in Jacksonville.Mr. of anniversary on Sunday. Guests E. Green.
Bennett and son, and Troy' and Mrs. O. J. Boyett of Mrs. Arlie Dobbs returned were Miss Judy King, of Heil- Willis Starling and son .of Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Groover Thomas and son, ----
Bennett of Ft. Lauderdale, and Valdosta were weekend guests from Augusta on Friday after bronn, Mr. and Mrs. Erlie Pad- Baldwin brought Mr. and Mrs. A. and Mrs. G. W. Davis and Wilbur, spent the weekend with Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Underwoodand
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williamsonand of the Ed Durbans. I spending sometime with her son, gett and family, and Mr. and J. Starling to the H. C. Harley children and Jean Endicott were Mr. and Mrs. David starling Jr. Mrs. Louise Hagan, all of
home .
sons of Jacksonville spent Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Wilkerson Lawrence, who is in the hospital :Mrs. Francis Campbell. on Monday.Mrs. visiting Mr. and Mrs. B.. J. Wat- and family and Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Lake, were visiting the
the weekend with the Darleys and had as visitors Mr. and Mrs. there. Lawrence is slightly improved Mr. and Mrs. Morris _Johns G. W. Roberts and Mrs. ers and Mr. and Mrs Mike Til- Ray Wilson and daughter in John McKinneys Sunday after-
Mrs. Floy Bennett and Gary. and the H. R. at this writing. Mr. Dobbs and family and Mrs. J. R. Hinson Hubert Priest gave a party to ghman and family in Gainesville Jacksonville.
Wilkerson
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearce Bryant Barretts of the State Farm, and and another son, Burney, of of Jacksonville were Sunday dinner I the, ninth grade on Friday for Sunday afternoon. Bobbie Thomas spent the noon.Mr.. and Mrs. V. L. McKinneyof
weekend Mr. and Jacksonville are with him now. guests of }.[r. and Mrs. E. C. having collected the greatest Recent visitors of Mr. and Gainesville were recent
had as guests Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Ballentine weekend with his sisters, Rebecca sup-
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest Johns and Ronald Kimbrell. amount of money in the school Mrs G. W. Davis were Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.
of Miami Mr. per guests of John
Mrs. Harold Sapp and family of Jacksonville.Mr. Thomas and Mrs. Buddy Wat-
and family attended a birthday Mrs. Jim Godwin of Starke for the polio drive. Ardell Howard and daughter of
of Athens, McKinney.
and Mrs. J. T. Young and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt ers in Jacksonville. .
dinner for Donnie Williams at visited her mother Mrs. Mary Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hamiltonof Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Mack
Ga., and Mr. and :Mrs. R. W. and family spent Sunday with Mr. and :Mrs. Carl Thomas of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Starling
the home of his parents, Mr.' Reddish, on Sunday.Mr. I. Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard of,Starke Mr. and Mrs.
of Jackson Miami
have returned home from
Sapp and daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Kemp Jr. Gainesville were visiting Mr. and
and Mrs. Ernest Williams, in H. H. Hamilton were Sunday din- Perry Osteen of Newberry and
and Mrs. Guy Anderson and where attended the funeralof
and sons in Starke. Junior has : Mrs. Tim Thomas last week. they
ville.Mr. Lake City on Sunday. ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Ardell Waters of Dundee.Mr. .
Claude Rowe family of Jacksonville attended Lt. Leslie Starling
and Mrs. just returned from Alaska wherehe Hamilton. : Mrs. Corbett of Gainesville his nephew -
visited Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Baker had spent 20 months in serv- Mr. and Mrs. James Waters services at the First Baptist Mrs. H. C. Adams of,Charleston and Mrs. S. K. Sessions of I was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Benny I last Saturday. Lt Starlingwas
and family and Ben Rowe in and sons spent Sunday with Mr. Church on Sunday and were din- Wauchula are spending a few I Thomas and family Sunday. killed in an airplane collision -
S. C. last week with
Jacksonville on Sunday.Mr. ice.Mrs.. Maurice Harbison, Mrs. and Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham ned guests of Mr. and Mrs. Free- Mr., and Mrs.spent Hermie Kelly. days with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mr. and Mrs. Zedra Hamilton, in France.
and Mrs. W. R. Dixon and Harbison Altoona in Maxville. man Starling. Nettles and family.Mr. B. Edwards,
Price, and Mrs. of -I. Mr. and Mrs. Perry of New Mr. and Mrs. T. :Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Wall III
Mrs. C. W. Tattum left Mondayfor visited Mrs. Martha Bales Miss Dora Carter spent the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt had Jersey, who are vacationing in and Mrs. Reed Mallair Mrs. Eva Harrell Thomas, and of Lindburg, Kan. announce the
a visit with relatives in Haley- on Sunday afternoon. weekend with Miss Geneva Green. as guests during the weekend :Mr. Florida attended services at the and daughter of Lake City were James Hamilton, Arthur and birth of a son on Jan. 17. Mrs.
ville, Ala.Guests Miss Jackie Harley of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Glies Mitchell of and Mrs. Raymond Prevatt of First Baptist Church on Sunday.Mr. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards attended the Wall will be remembered as Miss
of Mr. and Mrs. Dan sonville spent the weekend with Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. Milo Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Burney of Jacksonville W. E. Bigham Friday night. funeral services of John Hamil- Emily McKinney of Graham.We .
W. Starling during the weekendwere her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Smith on Sunday. J. C. Prevatt and family of Ocala. were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bighamand ton in Bradenton Sunday. have been holding cottage
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Star- Harley.The Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hiatt spent Sunday guests at the Arlie family and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hamilton has returnedto
Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp. prayer meeting in our section
ling and family of Miami Mr. Theodore Crews family the weekend at their camp at Dobbs home were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wood and son spent the Pompano, where he is em-
and Mrs. Marvin Thompson, Mr. spent Saturday with the J. T. Crystal River. Miss Jean Hiatt. Ernest Hewitt and son of Tallahassee YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- weekend with Mr. and Mrs. ployed after recuperating froman during the past week in prepara-

and Mrs. Howard Thompson, Mrs. and Marklee Padgett families in visited Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wain-. Mr. and Mrs. Robert brook prose-size fountain pens Ir Guest in Nashville, Ga. accident here at his home. tion for the revival which starts
:Marjorie Rosier and daughter of Clay Hill. wright at the State Farm dur- Ward of Starke, Mrs. Burney pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Bradford On our sick list thisweek are Yvonne Harrell attended the March 4. Everybody welcome.
Jacksonville. Mrs. R. M. Thompson :Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Reynoldsand ing their absence. I Dofcjbs and daughter, and Mr County Telegraph. Mrs. Hazel Harrell, Mrs. Zedra morning services at Alachue Let's make it the best.
and family of Starke, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Reynolds00th Mrs Jack Oglivie and Mrs. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and familyof
Raymond Suber of Jacksonville Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs.

were Sunday guests of Mr. and Walter Wilkerson.The .
Mrs. Luther Hilliard and family. Allan Harts and :Mrs
Carl Mosley and L. M. (Buddy) Nancy Keene visited Mr. and
ANNIVERSARY Norman of Miami spent from Mrs. J. W. Hart of Bell duringthe

I Monday until Wednesday with weekend.
JO I Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Mosley. Mrs. Bennett Green and family

SALE I Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starlingand of Venzuela, South America, are .
i
family of Jacksonville visit visiting Mrs. Green's mother,
ed Mr. and Mrs. George Shuford Mrs. Selma Eunice.
during the weekend. Mrs. Ernest Raulerson and

Mrs. Minnie Czarleta returnedto daughters, Misses Gwen and Alice
Tampa last week after an ex- and Rev. Marklee Raulerson at-
THE DOORS ARE OPEN.
tended visit with her sisters, tended a Church of Christ Singat
Mrs. Lu Norman, and Mrs. Mary Arlington on Sunday after- II

Reddish. .
noon.Mrs. ,
Mr. and :Mrs. Marion Tucker Margaret Kelly is visitingher
and son of Jacksonville were son-in-law and daughter, Mr ..

Y Sunday dinner guests of the and Mrs. Roy Tomlinson, in New .
Dave Tanners.Mr. River.
and Mrs. Clarence Mos- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren had .\'." i'- )
-
ley and family of Jacksonville as guests during the weekendMr.
visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Testonon and Mrs. Leslie Bradley and
Sunday. family of Kingsley Lake, and Mr
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED The St. Clair Griffis family and Mrs. Marvin Warren of Jack-

PRICES GOOD THRU SAT.. MAR. 2nd had dinner with the Harrison sonville.
Mosleys in Clay Hill on Sunday.Mr. Rudolph Prevatt of Washington -
and Mrs. Ralph Wise and D. C. was called home on
1-LB CAN sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Butch account of the illness cf his father -
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MAXWELL VACPAKLimit Wise in Starke on Sunday.Mr. Leonard Prevatt. .'!:J.(".,..',. .. ":,ih",=<'y'
One 79 and Mrs. Herbert Norman Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlton x,vdk\h0-fp.V'<<*:,< HOUSE With $5.00 and family visited Mrs. W. T. of Jacksonville were guests of ...ff.,.if...:ii l"!,,'.'i'.ff.-....%,>:.i.'w:lfiif#" {;..0v.f'T;H E i'h.y' n:t.'f"f.z.ZJ r.iXM.:": :<:{,;1i4: :Jw ,,.:,....,f. ,
Food Order Brannen in Dundee last weekend. the Frank Cruce family last j ;:? i : ; t;; AF
fi : 0 i}' ; itH-\\ !Jr? ti! ,'i
Patients in Starke hospitals weekend.Mr. ....;..{,"t ,'...->W.E I' #! M E..M Ar.: :. ... ,.,...;!;:;:fu... .:..
the week and Mrs. Erlie :' <(<:+.ywre.<:'''''<:x. .. .. ..JW. > .. .. y. :.,..
during were Mrs. Padgett :): '''i'::':/ >':<(J-'' h, Y( y ;.; ::: ";->''.w./ << ;;::;t.,0.r..iffJ.tij1f ; % <;
Lynn Hamilton Mrs. Harold visited Lige Douglas in Lake But } VI! itff: : : ;; irlo; :ttu.r'T: : :;t% f 2i ,ffg: 1tt r

Norman C. W. Thomas and Earl ler on Sunday afternoon.Mr. ... ..../. ::,.,. ....<.. .....y-ij. .. ... .S. .. .,,,...,... ,,. .nhf.. ,<.. .,,
v.<>>t<< "' ""''W'::.t.:f.<<">>" >Jm-: %.". .".... < ." .. ........,. ,.".<<":".<<..<<........ .:".,.',,""'..'.'..J!:.''1: v' .,>v<
PET TALL CANS Teston. and Mrs. S. D. Andrewsand ...;:i4 Xj1.: Jkt1.t0-:1q10li'lJtit1g&fr:;: ; ; ;1>:;:1/ft tttiM:: i 1<: %.ix; W"" ;>t-t: :i f'xi:3f.;':"::

3 Limit Six 39 Mrs. Nell Dryden of Jacksonville daughter Wildwood. and< .
MILK With $5.00 visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mr and Mrs. Drew Reddish and .
Food Order Vanzant and Perry Davis on son of Starke visited Mr. and
Monday. Mrs. Fred Moore during the week-

J. W. Thomas and son of Hend-
ersonville, N. C. came Friday end.Mrs.. Emma Glover of Ocala is
night to spend the weekend with visiting the Ed Mannings this
Shortening LB CAN Mr. and Mrs. W. F. :Moore and i week. Raymond Lang Pontiac
3 Limit One 69c family. Mrs. Thomas returned Mr. and Mrs. Howard Martin -
ASTOR With $5.00 home with them the first of the and family of Indian River City
Food Order week. spent the weekend with Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carter and Mandy Manning.Mrs. .
family were Sunday visitors of Leonard Prevatt and
the Herbert Padgett family in I family visited Mrs. Sidney Starling -

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Luelle Tanner visited the Farm on Sunday afternoon.Mr. .

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MARCH 1. 1957 BRADFORD COUNTY HXEOBAFH, STABLE. > FLORIDA PAGE SEVENSoil "

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Bill Powell, Wayne Haines, and Little Lizzie Padgett was sick above named Court and cause and CALL FOR BIDS Attorney Louis 1'. Ransom, 60S NOTICE TO APPEAR lug, Jacksonville, 2, Florida.
Bill Haas represented Bradford all last week and had to miss and you are required to terra a Sealed bids will be received by Consolidated Building Jackson I. Circuit Girt, BraolerA Ceuty.FloiUas and
file the
of original the office of
copy your Answer or pleading to The Bradford County Hospital Cor- ville 2. Florida IB Caaaeery..
County at the Governor's Forest school, but was able to be backin the complaint on the Plaintiff poration of Starke. Florida, at the and file the original in the office the Clerk of the,Circuit Court on or
; Fire Prevention Committee in Sunday School last Sunday. Attorney Alan C. Winter, Jr., 319 office of The Corporation at the of the Clerk of the Circuit Court oa Letha, Mae Jackson. Plaintiff vs. before the
Florida Title Building. Jackson- Hospital in Starke, Florida, up to 7 or before the Clifton Charlie Jackson defendant.
Jacksonville. These meetings have Rev. W. D. Jones of Green ville 2. Florida o'clock P.U., E.S.T.. Wednesday 18th day of March. 1957 Case No. 10-2038 13th day of March, 1957' ;
and file the original In the office of March 6, 1957. at which time and ; Notice To Appear otherwise the allegations of said
been held all over the State and Cove Springs filled his otherwise the allegations of said To '
appoint- > : Clifton Charlie Jackson,
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or place all bids received will be pub- Complaint will Complaint will be taken as confessed -
be
-S1 TI5 the recommendations that come ment with us Saturday night.He before the 25th day of March. 1957; licly opened and read aloud for by :you. taken as confessed whose residence. and address is: by you.
C/o Grace Bowser, 17380 Greely
r out of these meetings will be pre- was the first pastor of this otherwise the allegations of said furnishing all materials and labor This notice small be publishedonce St. Detroit Michigan. This notice shall be publishedonce
Complaint will be taken as confessed and constructing the following each week for four consecutive each week for four consecutive
sented to the next session of the little church and worked very by :you. weeks in the Bradford County: Tele You are hereby .notified that a weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
Conservation Legislature.HIGHLAND. hard to get the building up and This notice snail be published once 1957 ALTERATIONS TO BRADFORD graph. suit for divorce graph.
each week for four consecutive COUNTY HOSPITAL Dated this 12th day of February. has been filed against you in the Dated this 12th day of February.
NEWSBy the congregation organized. We weeks In the Bradford Coooty: Tele- STARKE. FLORIDA 1951. above named Court and cause and 1957.
f9999YYYY.Y9"YYYYYYYYY9 are always glad to have him graph. Any bid received after the specified (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charlei A.Darby you are required to serve a copy of (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby:
Dated this 16th day of February, time and date will not be Clerk of the Circuit Count your answer or pleading: to the complaint Clerk of the Crr mu Court
with us.This 1957. considered on the Marian I.. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Bin Ilaas By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk plaintiff's Attorney By
SoU Conservation Saturday night Rev. Lee,,I (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby. Each bid must be accompanied 2/15 4t 38NOT1hE Alfred C. Scott, 301 Smith Build- 2A5 4t 38That's
Service Clerk of the Circuit Court by a certified check cashier's
of Bethel will be our speaker. By: Marian L. Crosby: Deputy Clerk check or bid bond in the amount -
The revival will start March 17 2/22 4t 3/15 of five per cent of the base bid as TO AFPEAR
Mn. NormanAjAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
Complete soil and lly Lacy guarantee that IB Circuit Conrt. Bradford Coaaty
the
water conservation : and will be conducted by Rev. bidder, if Florida I. Chancery. Our Business
I In The Circuit Court of Bradford awarded the contract, will, within -
farm plans were deliveredto Patterson of Atlantic Boulevard.J. County Florida la ten consecutive calendar days Edward D. Farr, Plaintiff TS. Rose
Chancery
If It's Glass We Have IU I
Elizabeth
Fowler Farr. Defendant.Case
L. Garfield Johns Ethel after written notice being of -
and J. E. Holmes Plaintiff vs. Lee given -
L. Strickland and
Adkins. Garfield is Hal Edwards of Orange Park Yougan Roy Kalch. Jr., et al, Defendants. such award enter Into a written No. 10-2041 CALL WRITE or VISIT
going to putin visiting the Normans Padgett were doing some work at Notice Of CoramlMloBers Sal. contract with The Bradford County Notice To AppearTo
some Pensacola Bahia pasture was Lacey TAKE NOTICE that the under- Hospital Corporation of Starke : Rose Elizabeth Fowler Farr,
in his fields. Saturday afternoon. Long Branch cemetery Monday signed Commissioners appointed by Florida, in accordance with the accepted whose residence and address is: Joe Peters Glass Co.
grass While 1
discuss- Homer Smith of Burton, S. morning, preparing to set a monument the Court IP. the above entitled bid and give a contract Unknown.You .
ing his farm plan, he remarkedthat cause, will, !n accordance with the surety bond satisfactory to said are hereby notified nat a
Pensacola C. spent the weekend at his home Final Decree and Decree of Sale owner in an amount equal to one suit for divorce
Bahia !is the best here. All of you folks who are enrolled entered by the Court in said cause, hundred per cent of the contract has been filed against you In the FOR ANY GLASS NEED
grass to plant. He said it grows in Sunday School come separately sell to the highest and price. above named Court and cause and We Design Modern Store Fronts
in Several from here attended the best bidder for cash, each of the No bidder withdraw you are required to serve a copy of
good dry his bid
may
or wet weather. J. Sunday School meeting at Hick Sunday morning and bring following properties situate In for a period of thirty days after your answer or pleading to the Just Mail Us A Pattern for
E. Adkins complaint the PlaintiffsAttorney
states that he is goingto someone with you. Try this for E'radford County, Florida to-wit: the date set for the opening thereof. on
Table
use for ory Grove Thursday afternoon.Mrs. PARCEL 1: Southwest Quarter of Ralph Roberts, 202 Pro- Tops
peas a land builder on an experiment and how much fessional Puilding, Jacksonville 2,
his cropland. I came 6n Janette Griffis of Jack see Township Northeast Quarter 7 South of, Section Range 21 22. All work shall b* done In accord- Florida 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353
better
Gerald up sonville spent the weekend here you feel. East; ance with plans, specifications and and file the original in the office of
plowing fire breaks the contract documents relative thereto the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
PARCEL :2
North Half
of North-
:
with her
mother, Mrs. Callie as prepared by Coin and Moore before the
other day. He got down off the TTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYRISING east Quarter of Northwest Quarter ,
tractor and we Griffis, and brother, Leslie. of Section 21, Township 7 Architects Gainesville, Florida. 18th day of March 1957; .. .
discussed
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Plans specifications and
crop- contract otherwise the of said
Mr. and Mrs. South. Range 22 East; allegations
Charles .. .
lands. He. remarked that he hasn'tlet Moselyof PARCEL 3: Commencing :210 feet documents may be examined at Complaint will be taken as confessed --' -- --- '
Jacksonville spent the weekend the office of the Bradford County by you.
West
his of the Southeast corner of
cropland burn for a long Hospital Corporation Starke FlorIda This notice shall be published
Section
19
Township 7 South,
here with the L.
M. Normans.
time and each year the soil gets Range 22 East. FOR A POINT OF or at the office of Coin and once each week for four consecutive
better and better. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Starlingand By Mrs. Edward NormanLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL BEGINNING and thence run West Moore, Architects, Gainesville, Flor- weeks In the Bradford. County Tele
children of Heilbronn were 240 feet, thence run North 210 ida.One graph. NOTICEDue
Dated this 12th of
day February,
feet, thence run East 240 feet, set of such plans and contract -
Some folks like Pensacola Bahia Sunday dinner guests of the L. thence run South 210 feet to said documents and forms forbidding 957.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
like M. Normans.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis had point of beginning, situate in may be secured by general I Clerk of
,
grass some Coastal Bermuda, Hampton Florida; contractors from the office of the the Circuit Court.
and some like Pangola. Zedra' and Mrs. Floyd Normanare as their guests last week Mr. at public outcry at the South front architects. I By Marian 1. Crosby Deputy Clerk

Hamilton says Pensacola Bahi the proud parents of a son and Mrs. J. B. Delacey of Bay door Starke of ,the Bradford County County Court, Florida Housein pliers Subcontractors may purchase and drawings material sup-and 2/15 4t 3/8 To The Rising Cost Of Parts And

for me, J. B. White says I wish I born Feb. 20 at St. Luke's Hos- Lake, Fla., and Mr. and Mrs. at 12 o'clock noon on Monday, specifications from the architectsat
had place all pital in Jacksonville. He has Leonard Gill and son of Auburn- March 4th. 1957; that the successful, the rate of 75c per sheet for
my in Coastal
planted '
bidder on each parcel shall Immedi- drawings and $2.50 per set for spec- Labor I Am Forced To Increase
Bermuda and Bill Reddish says been named Floyd Mitchell.Don't dale.Guests ately deposit 200.00 on his bid ifications plus handling charges. FRIGIDAIRETHE ,
e Pangola sure makes of Mr. and Mrs. Jack and complete the payment of the Bidders' qualifications must be
some good forget our revival start
full amount of his bid within 24 satisfactory to The Pradford County -
hay ing March 4. Come out and hear Underhill last week were Mr. hours, otherwise his deposit shall : Hospital Corporation of Starke, My Prices From

All of these grasses will make this young man, Artis Crews, and Mrs. DeWitt Long of Jack. forfeited. Florida. The Bradford County BEST-KNOWN
This February 21, 1957. Hospital Corporation reserves the
fine pastures if planted on the who will do the preaching.The sonville, Mrs. Maggie Underhill A. J. Thomas, Sr. right to waive informalities In any NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION

right type of soil. The use of soil Junior Girls Class is having of Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy W.. R.B.Kelly SewellJ. bid they and consider to accept to be any in bid the whlca best $12.50 TO $14.00 PER HOUR

and capability maps prepared for a contest on the books of Lawless of Jacksonville. Commissioners public Interest and to reject any RANGESWATER

your farm by the Soil Conservation the Bible. Mrs. Ellen Norman is Mrs. Gordon Jones celebratedher 2/22 :2t 3/1 and all bids.Bradford. HEATERSAIR

Service will show you the teacher of the class and is proudof birthday last Sunday. A large In the County Judge' Court, Brad- CorporationBy County Hospital CONDITIONERS FOR D-7 CATERPILLARAND

different types of soils you haveon one girl who hasn't missed a crowd attended and everyone reported Estate ford of County, State of Florida. Secretary.: Mrs Louise H. Kite, WASHERS & DRYERS

jour farm.D. Sunday in two months. She will a good time. Mark B. Ht'rlongDeceased.. 2/8 4t 3/1 -
announce the winners later. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and The State of Florida To All Persona TO $15.00 PER HOUR

P. Ventulett, Area Conser- Paul Faulkner and son of Starke Interfiled In Decedent the Estate of Mid I NOTICE TO APPEAR Get The Best For Less

vationist, and s. W. Brewer Ad- WWYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYW. made a business trip to Palatka Your are hereby notified that a 'la Circuit Ceart Bradford County.Florldas ..
written Instrument purporting to be I. Chancery. At FOR D-8 CATERPILLAR
ministrative Assistant both with Tuesday. the Last Will and Testament of Robert Lee Duvall Plaintiff, vs.
the Soil Conservation Service, Mr. and Mrs. Manza Royals of said decedent has been admitted Elizabeth Anne Tallent Duvall, De
CLAY HILL
to in fendant. Case No. 10-2043
probate said Court.
made Lakeland visited relatives in this Sillhth'sGaraeSales
an inspection of Bradfordand You are hereby commanded within Notice To AppearTo .
six calendar : Elizabeth Ann Tallent Duvall, .
Clay Soil Conservation Dis section last week. months from the
by Airs. 9. L. StricklandtaAAAaAAAAAAAa.AAAA.AA date of the first publication of whose residence and address is:
tricts. They checked on the progress Earnie Norman, Maude Morris, this notice to appear ip said Court, 1618 Netherwood Avenue, Memphis

being made in the Countiesand A A AJ Elvalee Jones, and Mrs. Maggie and show cause, if any you can, 6, Tennessee.You and ServiceWe
why the action of said Court in are hereby notified that a DAVE PAULK
will make recommendationfor Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Padgetthad Norman of Gainesville were visit- admitting said Will to probate suit fordiverce Service AU Makes ol

improvement.J. ing Robert Norman one day last should not stand unrevoked. care, custody and controlof Electrical Appliances
as dinner guests Sunday :Mrs. ,Theron A. Yawn, County Judge minor child
Katie Bowens H. Hipkins, B. week. I (OFFICIAL SEAL) has been filed against you In ins 606 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 308-J STARKE, FLORIDA
B. Whitehead and Terry I Fifty-three guests attended a Pradford County, Florida. above named Court and causa and
PHONE 120
Futch used the District's fertilizer L. Lang Mr. and Mrs. B. F. family reunion in honor of Mrs. First Publication on February 8, I you are required to serve a copy of
Jackson and son, all of Jacksonville 1957. your answer or pleading to the -
distributor. J. B. used the spread. Mona Lewis Shaw at the homeof 2/3 4t 3/1,I complaint on the Plaintiff's :. : .- __,- p
Kyle Cannon and Mrs. Ger-
er to fertilize his tobacco land. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Lewis
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Terry fertilized his pasture. He tie Faircloth of Maxville. last Sunday. Among those attending -

is planning on making hay this Mrs. Ernie Padgett and Mrs. were Mr. and Mrs. Harry

year, so he wants to get the grass Gertie Faircloth visited Mr. and Leads, Mrs. Elam Lewis, Rev.

off to a good start. Mrs. George L. Griffis in Jacksonville and Mrs. W. E. .Hall, Mrs. Vera Mercury for '57 is

Wednesday night of last Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. COME IN! SEE HOW THE BIG M HAS GROW! IT'S 1957sBiggest

Don Champion, P. D. Reddish. week.We McRae. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. bigger In everyimportant
were glad to have Estelle
Conner and family, Mr. and Mrs. dimension
Wainwright of Jacksonville
fr Paul Faulkner and family, Mr.
Beach in church with
Saturday
us and Mrs. J. C. Larramore, and C This year's Big M is not only
night. Her strong alto is a great
GAY'SHome Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Manning and bigger in every dimension, but
help with the singing.
Gloria Starling of Jacksonville family, all of Starke; Mrs. N. C. size way up in power beauty performance -

AppliancesYour Mott, Mr. and Mrs. Bishop comfort and luxury.
spent the weekend with her sister -
Thomas and family, Mr. and Mrs. Yet the price is still competitivewith
Lillian, at Clay Hill.
Friendly Woodrow Thomas and family, many models in the low-price
Mrs. Louie Carter spent part'
and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott and field. "Most changed carsame '
of last Sunday with her sister, ..
Norge DealerS Mrs. Hessie Adams, at Doctors family, all of Brooker; Mr. and popular price class"adds up to the

Mrs. Jack Simmons and family.Mr. biggest value increase in America!

NOJIGE APPLIANCES Inlet.Mrs. and Mrs. Hershell Layfieldand
J. L. Strickland was on family, and Mrs. Lula Ben '- BIC FAMILY BIG! Three is no crowd_

S MAYTAG WASHERS the sick list last week and could front back in this
_
nett, all of Gainesville; and Mrs.C. increase or bigger-than-
not attend prayer services at ,
M.
H. Layfield of Hampton. ever Big
COLEMAN HEATERS and
Clay Hill Wednesday night or at

FLOOR FURNACESWe Long Branch Thursday night. NOTICE: TO APPEAR NO OTHER CAR WILL SHARE THIS LOOK. The

Elmer Carter spent last weekin la Circuit Court Bradford Coac,. Mercury's exclusive Dream-Car I

Service All MakesOf St. Vincent's Hospital, Jack Joe"IeHd.I.E. Waters.Cbumcrrr-Pain tiff, vs. Florence ..: Design is distinctive unique

Appliances sonville taking treatment for an Calhoun Waters, Defendant. s';" trend-setting. And this year

infected We understand he Case No. 10-2053 is with
jaw. Notice to AppearTo Mercury packed news_

Phone 10 is recovering nicely. Luella Aus- : Florence Calhoun Waters, ; (n,, Y; a you can get Quadri-Beam headlamps -
whose residence and address is
:
'Starke Florida tin is able to be up some, but Unknown.You .':: f k Biggest value; increase exclusive Keyboard Con-

}' not back to normal health yet.HUNDREDS are hereby notified that a < 'a trol, exclusive Power-Booster Fan
suit for divorce and disposition
in the Montclair series, exclusive
or propertyhas
been filed against you In the power seat that remembers" and

t above you are named required Court to and serve cause a copy and too!, Only car with.DreamCar more! Stl\I'S; ;\ new at our

of your answer or pleading to the t !
complaint OB the Plaintiffs Attor

neySamuel W. Oetzen P. O. Box 81, $
Gainesville. Florida
and file the original In the office of -'' BIGGER EVERYWHERE-
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Design
of aetails are managed and economic or before the 25 day of March :::::;;::_ -.41 ESPECIALLY .I INSIDE I !

ally attended that only a trained and said 1957; Complaint otherwise will the allegations be taken &I.of Total"length..,,.,,, 21l'up4'AWheelbase '

careful organization can attend when confessed by you. ..........122'up 3'Turnpike

the urgent lied for serving is at This each notice week shall for four be publishedonce consecu- Cruiser V 8 Passenger length..compartment..........107'-up7Vi' .
hand. tive weeks In the Bradford County
Telegraph. Hip room (front plus

Dated this 20th day of February, .X Ix rear).............127...up 6.
1957. .:.-- 1:a Headroom (rear) .....38'/iup 1'

(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
DeW J T T C. JONES Clerk of the Circuit Court -- $ ; < engine Floating Ride
:
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk LMDA
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Phone 7 Starke, FU. 2/22 4t 3/15

Funeral Director Ambulance CALL FOR BIDS. i2i9s't
Service
I February 5, 1957
I Sealed bids will be received by
GUI local funeral home enable at to offer convenience tad the City Council of the City of
I Starke, Florida -at the City Hall in .
services not otherwise available. i
Starke, Florida. Until 7:30 P.M. .
I o'clock, on Tuesday, the 5th day !
.
v. I J of March, A.D. 1957, at which time t
and place all bids received will be :
We turnua the highest! type service at lowest price, and publicly opened and read aloud for wvwwa Y Yt t

accept Ah T life insurance policy la force, toned by ANT the purchase of
One 3/4 Ton Chassis and Cab, 4-
company as payment in part or in full on a funeral- Speed Transmission 6-Cylinder
Motor Standard 6-Ply Tires. Alternate .
Consultation carries no obligation. Tires: 8x174 S-ply; r-._ .:.:-..:.-..,:::;- :-':.:::::.:.:::-....:'-'-'
Sxl9!s 81'1)One 1947 OneHalfTon
Chevrolet Pick-up Truck to
lie traded. Can be seen at the
City Light & Water Plant.

The said City Council reserves
the right to accept or reject any

Fontana Village Resortis or all CITY bids.COUNCIL

V aeaioh# al different-at Fontana City of Starke, Florida.
.
IV Carl Johns, City Clerk .
everybody has fun! .!/lii 3t 3/1 o.fv.

Fishing is excellent in ., ."",.,.... --,."......... ...-. -
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NOTICE TO APPEAR ... ... ,. ,.. ",' ..._' ,......- .
Fontana Lake and .., -
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!. Circuit Court Bradford Coaaty, .. ....- -
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Fub // there's swimming in a '':':: f
'fl//oil Florida I. Chaaeery.Patricia :
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new luxurious pool io Ray Ann Devillier Devillier, Plaintiff Defendant., vs.Culver : ::.1h::: :::>::>:.... .: ", _._ ,

craft makin
season, ,
Case No. 10-2050
square dancing scenic Satire To AppearTo !
tours tennis shuffle- : Culver Ray Devillier, whose Mercury
residence is Houma, Louisiana and for'57with
/ board, horseback riding whose address is: General Delivery,
is -plenty more to see Houma, Louisiana. STRAIGHT OUT OF
and do in this sparkling You are Hereby notified that a
suit for divorce care, custody,
mountain air and control and support of minor
c there's supervised play child alimony and suit costs
DESIGNDon't
Ii % DREAM-CAR
hag been filed against yen tt the I
for children baby sit-

e ters available. Have 1

the time of your life at

Fontana. Write or
;" phone for reservations miss the big television bit, THE ED SULLIVAN SUO W." Sunday Evening 8:00 to 9:00 Station WHBB Channel

today. Free color

.w" folder. McGRIFF MERCURY MOTORSCourt


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PAGE EIGHT _ BRADFORD OOUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAI1R .. FLORIDA
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minutes just before bed time. I GaInesville with her sister Mrs. complaint will be taken -- -
al confessed erly
started at chapter one of Genesis. Harry Bleasdale, and other rela- by you. hundred boundary fortY-five a distance of three notified and required to present confessed by YOlL
and six
IT IS tenths claims and demands which
any
Tonight I shall FURTHER ORDERED that Uti.&) feet you This notice shall be pUbllshd
start to
Iron
tives. an
reading stake
this ; run or either of
Order have
of Publication and Notice thence South you may against once each week for four
Leviticus. I am reading the new Mr. and Mrs. John Aguiar be forthwith published once each I and forty-two fifteen(4%) minutes(15) degrees tbe estate of Joseph W. Prevatt weeks in the Bradford County consecutive Tele.
I week for four successive West deceased, late of said County, to rapb.
weeks I
In
I : translation and we fully get the ana daughter of Jacksonville the Bradford County Telegraph a'' a ty-three distance and of three hundred for- the County Judge of E'radford Dated thIs 13th day' of February

meaning. I love the language of spent last weekend with relative duly qualified newspaper piThilshedn U43.0%) feet to two an Iron hundredths County Florida at his office In 1957.
stake
I said County. : t hp court house of said County at
the King James version and cher- WITNESS my hand and official run thence South seventy two Starke, Florida within eight calendar (OFFICIAL SEAL)

ish it, but had to refer to the new here.Mrs.. Rosa Smith and son, and seal at Starke Bradford County minutes(72) degrees East and forty two (4%) months from the time of the Charles Clerk A. Darby "
Florida. this a distance of three first publication of this notice of the Circuit (Court
translation so much that I finally Mrs. Alpha Parrish of Auburndale I, (OFFICIAL SEAL February) 1, 1957. hundred eighteen and seven tenths Each claim or demand shall be in By Harlan 1. Crosby, Deputy Cierk.I15 .

read the new translation all the were guests of the Oscar Carters Charles A. Darby. ,aforesaid(318.7) feet. more or less, to writing and shall state the place % tt 3/S
Westerly
boundary of -
5Charles of residence and post office address
A.
Darby
I can hardly wait each last Thursday. Clerk of Circuit Court the right-of.way ot State Road of the claimant and shall be NOTICE TO
number APPE.\R
covered be went other busin- night at bedtime for the hour to Bradford County, Florida 200: run thence North sworn to by the claimant. his la Circuit Court Bradford
is Mrs.
Wherein our world as early on Jean Gaskins was the seventeen (17) degrees and nine- Co.at.
agent or attorney. and such
213 4t any Florida la
3/1 Chancery
read. I then teen
with a blanket white, I help to ess also. usually read a Psalm a guest of the Charlie GaskinsI Westerly(19) minutes East along said claim or demand not so filed shall Bertie Eva Houck Plaintiff,

Jay away three old people. We al..ya's get up at seven in and it is bedtime. I find I go I family last weekend.Mr. four hundred boundary fifty a({50)distance feet of to be void. John Houck, Defendant. vs.
In the Circuit Court of Florida. Edwin T. Prevatt. As Administrator Case
usually then read a Psalm and it point of beginning. Xo. 10-:044
Nature lay a soft white afghan the morning and now it is fairly and Mrs. Luther McDaniel Eighth Judicial" Circuit la and YOU ARE HEREBY of the Estate of Jos- Notice T. Appear

Around the shoulders of the light at that hour. So the days is time to go to bed. I find I go had as Sunday dinner guests Rev.E. For Bradford COUDty.la that a suit has been filed XOTIFrED against eph W. Prentt, deceased. Is To: John Houck, whose residence
to Chaa ry. in First publication February 15. Unknown and whose last known
sleep immediately. We do not you the Circuit Court of
Brad-
sleeping hills. are getting much longer. In the C. Harvey and family. Albert Sappen- ) ford County Florida. in 1957. address was Iorganton, North
the it is when I have a TV but often the murder field, and wife ) In which Chancery /15 4tS Carolina.
And draws the curtain of evening light now Choir rehearsal Friday night the plaintiffs Albert Sap- You
stories or news on the radio kept Ruby Sappen- ) penfield and wife Ruby are hereby notified that a suit
night against the day, go to get the mail about six. So at 7:30.In field Plaintiffs, ) seek to quiet title to Sappenfield the above NOTICE TO APrE.o"RI. for divorce
The stars and moon spill radiance Spring for us is not too far away. me from going to sleep because VB. ) Suit to Quiet Title described lands. Circuit Court Bradford County. has been filed! agatnst you \11 the
Old who cannot out in I was disturbed.A William Co ) March 22, 1957, Is the return day Flor1a Ia C... ry. above named Court and cause and
from the sky people get Iaglll et at
) of you are required
this Notice and you are hereby Curtis W. Taylor, Plaintiff YS. to serve a copy of
And watch the world grow still winter get so tired of the cold lady just called that there had the Court of the County Judgr, Defendants ) required to file (personally or by Lena Taylor. Defend.nt. your answer or pleading to the
been a bad auto wreck and Bradford Counfr Florida :NOTICE: OF Sl."ITTb attorney) with the Clerk ot said Case Xo. 102046Zotice oomplalnt on the Plaintiffs Attorney
for a
and
rest. weather long spring.
itself to
And sigh Ia Probate.In State Of Florida Court, your answer or other de- T. Appers Louis T. Ransom, sos Cons'oUd.1ted -
Helen Virden. Many years ago in Indiana our young woman killed. No doubt we re: Estate of To: fense, if any, to the Complaint in To: Lena Taylor, whose residence Building, Jacksonville Z,
will have her body but the can Mark B. Herlong Deceased.To W. C. Yaglll also known as William said suit, on or before the said 22 and address is: 1966 Ford Avenue. Florida
We had a couple of weeks of folks always made the wafers for All Creditors aad Pf'raODalIa'lnx C. Magill and wife Mary C. :\Iaglll: day of March, 1951 and at the Detroit, Michigan. and file the original In the office
our church Communion-the has not come through yet. What CLaims OP fl.ma.da C. C. Harris, acting for appreciate, same time serve a copy thereof You are hereby notltkd that a suit of the Clerk Of the Circuit Court on
then and
spring-like weather and terrible thingS happen on the Against Said Eatatel wife Harris, whose upon Jenkins & Jenkins, 241 West for divorce has been filed against or before the 18th day of :March
suddenly the air turned cold and Baptists and the! Presbyterians. I You and each of you are hereby true Christian name Is unknown. University Avenue Gainesville, Flo- YOU In the above named Court and 1957; otherwIse the allegations ot
know for I remember my Aunt highways out here when they are notified and required to pres@nt Mary E' Shipman and husband rida. Attorneys for Plaintiffs. cause and you are required to serve said Complaint will be taken as
the :mow whirled and spun about ice and snow packed! any claims and demands which you Shipman. whose true Chris- HEREIN FAIL NOT or jUdgment a copy of your answer or pleading confessed by you.
in the air. We had a funeral making them and here is the re- or either of you, may have against tian name Is unknown Yolney J. will be entered against you by de- to the complaint on the Plalntiff's This notice shaH be published
Before this snow I: thought I the estate of Mark B. Herlong de- Shipman and wife Ship- fault. Attorney .7. Donald Gibson 100 once each week for four consecutive
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. cipe.COMMUNION ceased late of said County to the man, whose true Christian name Is The Bradford : weeks In the Bradford County Telgrapk. .
Two dear old ladies. One was 95 WAFERS: One saw a robin They always give us County Judge of Bradford County. unknown, A. Y. Dixon and wife a newspaper of County general Telegraph Florida:mith Building Jacksonville 2. -
hope and tell us that Spring is Florida. at his office In the court Dixon, whose true Chris- In E'radford circulation Dated this lth day of February
and the other 8t The man was and 1-4 cups of flour three level house of said County at 3tarke, tian name is unknown, any and ail hereby County, Florida is and file the original In the office of 1957.
87. I have been told they were all tablespoons lard four to six table- here. I am afraid be will die. Last Florida, within eight calendar ,unknown heirs, devisees or lineal In which designated this notice as the shall newspaper be the Clerk of the CircuIt Court on (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby
year I found one dead after the months from the time of the first descendants of the said A. Y. Dixon fished pub- or before the 18th day of March: Clerk of the Circuit Court
tired and suffering and ready to spoons water and a pinch of salt. publication of this notice. Each Samuel Griffis and wife cations once a week for four publi- 19ii7; otherwise the allegations of By Marian 1. Crosby Deputy Clerk

go. That makes our job easier, Work lard and salt in flour and snow came.I claim or demand shall be In writing, I Griffis, whose true Christian name March, A.prior Dol 1951.to said 22nd day of 1 said Compalnt will be taken as %/1$ h 3/S
Is unknown,
and and ail
add water to make stiff am putting bread into the oven.I and shall state the place of residence any un- WITNESS: my hand and
dough. seal of
for sadness is hard for us to bear a and post office address of known heirs at law devisees, or said Court

too. One lady was a Presbyterian Divide into three parts and rollout bake it an hour slowly, and love the claimant, and shall be sworn lineal Griffis descendants Helen of the said Samuel County, Florida at, Starke this 13th, Bradford day of
to by the claimant, his agent his Josephine Parsons
and I got a women down th fairly thin. Score it in squares to smell it baking. attorney and any such claim or and husband Parsons, February(OFFICIAL A.SEAL D., 1957

street to stay here with the body of about 3-4 inches and stick a I am still piecing on my quilt of demand not so flied shall be void.H. whose known.true Charlotte Christian name Is un- Charles A. Darby )as

each to make evenings and have it over half H. Adams, ; Amelia Parsons Clerk of said Circuit Court.
and telephone. I rode in the funeral fork in square a As executor of the Last .and husband Parsons By Marian
L.
car to the church and helped few holes. Bake on a thin cookie done. I had requests for the pat- Will and Testament of whose true Christian name Is un- Jenkins & Jenkins Crosby Deputy Clerk -

to sing in the choir sheet for 30 minutes at 325 de- tern, from Lawtey, and was glad First Mark Publication B. Herlong'on February' Deceased 8. known A.L Blanchard Blanchard whose and wife true Attorneys 241 West for Plaintiffs 7)I'TIEROOMSANONOOkSISAW

to send it to her. I Christian name Is unknown, Carrie University Avenue
When done break where 1957.
We have been busy with am- grees. I Gainesville Floridai5 4t
B. Bennett Starling and husband 3/8 LIVING
213 4t 3/1 CVR BETTE/
bulance calls too. Don has gone you scored it with a knife. You HELPFUL HINTS. Be sure to I J. A. Starling, I.. X. :Starling:) and ,

now to bring 1fr. Oldsen home have about 200 wafers. put plenty of salt in your pie wife Starling whose true; NOTICE 'PG APPEAR
la The Circuit Court of Florida Christian name is: unknown, A. R. la Circuit FOR
ice Thought maybe Clay Hill crust. Allow one half teaspoon of Court. Bradford Coasty. M1L
from the hospital.' We have Eighth Judlelal Circuit, In aDd Starling and wife Starling, Florida I. Chancery. LOOK'Js
underneath this blanket of snow Church or some of the others who salt to a cup of flour. The pie Fop Bradford COUDty. whose true Christian name Is un- Oscar J. Brown, Plaintiff vs. Betty

which makes driving hazardous.I read this might be interested. crust is flaky and nice. Try cut- Albert In Sappenfield CbaD..ry. ) known, Jane ,Byrd whose and Christian husband L LEyrd ::101 Thown defendant Case Xo. '10-045 _,--.__.-,,_.-.._ )

cleaned up the house and am \Ye have started reading the ting an angel food cake with two and Ruby Sappen-) name Is unknown, if living, and I Notice T. Appear

taking bread. He should be home Bible aloud. I have read two books forks. Put" them back to back and Plaintiffs field, his, wife )) I spouses If dead, their heirs. respective devisees, unknown grantees, To: and Betty address M. Drown is: ,2:9 whose Fishburn residence -

In an hour but will have his lunch so far I read not less than 15 lightly tearing the cake. Wrap vs. ) Quiet Title,Etc. ,I or assigns and any and aJ un- Street, Charleston, South Carolina.
potatoes to bake in aluminum I Simon J. Temple ) known persons or parties claiming You are hereby notified that a suitor
by, through. under or against them,
et aI., Defendants,) ( divorce and other relief
foil., and any and ail unknown persons has been
filed
against you In the
Order of Publication aDd
or parties claiming any right, title above named Court and "
Hope this finds wen[ Notlt'e To Appear or interest In and to the follow- cause and ::
everyone : -
1 you are requIred to serve a copy of : : : .
See BILLY JACKSON and happy. God bless you every TilE STATE OF FLOrtlDA. TO: Ing described laRds in Bradford your answer or pleading to the S
Simon J. Temple, If alive, and If County, Florida, viz: complaint on the Plaintiff'
one. dead, his unknown heirs, devisees portion of the Northeast quarter Attorney Louis T. Ransom, 608 -I. .
FOR Love legatees grantees. assignees, credl. I (XE'4) of Northeast quarter Consolidated Building, Jackson-
tors and all of the parties claim-I (XE%) of Section twenty three ville 2, Florida Let Us Estimate and Arrange For a Loan
DIRT LURA Ing by, through under or against I (%3). Township five (5) South,, and me the erlglnal In the office
TOP SOIL FILL
DISKINGI him: Thomas T._ Long and Myrwl.n I Hange Twenty two (::n East of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
I 'WYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY1LONG Jackson Long, his wife, whose resi- I Idence Bradford County, Florida, and I or before the 18th day of March To Make Needed Repairs and Modernize.
and address is Starke, Florl- ,I being more particularly described L 1957; otherwise the allegations of
And All Type Tractor Work I da; Margaret Long Carroll and I as follows: said Complaint will be taken &I
BRIDGE Bryant S. Carroll, her husband, II I Commence at the Northeast confessed by you. Call Us For DetailsfQPUILPERS
0 whose residence and address Is 1474 ner of aforesaid Section CorP 'bls notice shall be pubUsbe'
PHONE 165 I AND NEW RIVER B Beivedere Jacksonville, Florida; C. three (23) and run thence South once each week for four consecutive ,
I AI Long, whose residence and address eighty nine (89) degrees and fif- weeks in the Bradford County Tele. I
is Starke, Florida; Richard ten (IS) minutes West along gp .
W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER Mrs. E. A. Sapp f. Long, whose residence and address the Northerly boundary thereof Dated this 12th day of February,
Is Ciewlston, Florida; William !- a distance of five hundred ninety- 19ii7.OCflc1al.
:
N. Long and Louise nicks ( Seal) Charles A. Darby
six and forty hundredths
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1 Clerk of the Circuit Court %
I Long, his wife, whose residence (596.4'i' feet to the Westerly
Our community was saddened and address is 9 No'''. 24th Street, boundary of the right-of-way of By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk .
2/15 4t 3/8
Gaine5Vilie. Florida; Richard R.Thede State Hoad number 200; run
by the death of Elmore Cason in II and Richard R. Thede, Jr.. thence South seventeen (17) degrees -
an an Orlando hospital last Fri- a minor both of whose residence and nineteen (19) minutes :NOTICE: TO CHEDITORS SUPPLIESIiM9Ji
and address is 737 N.W. 24th Ave.. West along said Westerly boundary In re: ESTATE OF JOSEPH W.I'REVATT. ,
day. He had lived in Union and Galnesvlle, Florida; Julian L. Peek, a distance at sixteen and Decea'ed.Ia .
Bradford County all his life and I J r., and Mary Peek, his wife, whose forty seven hundredths 16.47 The Court 01 The County Jud&,
I residence and address Is 220 Conway feet to the Southerly boundary: Bradford County }'IorldaIn
had many friends and relatives. Rd., Decatur, Georgia; Isbel L of the right-of-way of State Road Probate !
Funeral services were held at !Peek Ritch and J. H. Bitch, her number S-12ii to point of begin To AU Creditors And Persons lIav-
husband, whose residence and address ning; run thence South eighty log Claims or Demands Against
Long Bridge Church Sunday after-I is Starke, Florida; Myra Peek ine (89) degrees and fifteen (15) Said Estate I
noon with Rev. Lonnie whose residence and address is minutes West along said South You and each of yc: are hereby -
S tarke. Florida; S. L. Peek Jr.
Brooker officiating. and Margaret !L Peek his wife
1 whose residence and address Is
Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Moody of
Starke, Florida; Frances Peek Ward
Lakeland spent Saturday and I and Roy M. Ward, her husband
OLD PICTURES NEWSPAPERS whose residence and address Is 540
Sunday with their mother Mrs. I Tularosa Avenue, Lake City Flori.da -
Fronie Moody. : Leonard D. Peek, also known
PONTIAC
I as Darby Peek, whose residence and
DIARIES LETTERS RECORDS Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Turner of ddress Is 2O E. Hillsboro, Lake

Ocala visited Mr. and Mrs. Fron- aC ity. Florida; Louise Peek Sayles,
whose residence aRd address Is 311
AND OTHER RELICS nie Crews over we weekend. x.W. 3rd St.. Miami Florida: Iiva
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shiver of Peek and Wilson Carlyle Peek, both .
of whose address Is 5203 Klmbark
Gainesville were Saturday visitors Avenue, Chicago Illinois; Lois Peek

of Mrs. Nan Merritt. Perryman and E. K. Perryman, her
husband, whose residence and address -
'S I I Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins is Starke, Florida: John Top- IS GRAND NATIONAl

visited Mrs. Susie Andrews in u lin, also known as J. lL Toplln and
''Leila Toplin, his wife whose resience -
'.. Ocala Saturday and Sunday. dr and address is tarke, Flo- .
dL ida: James Williams, it alive, and
L I dead his unknown heirs, devi-
YTYYYYYYYYYTTTYTTTTTTTTTNORTH sees.. legatees grantees assignees,
creditors and all other parties H
GRANDI'A OR GRANDMA claiming by, through under or
SIDE against him: John S. Inman and I :
Veatrice Inman, his wife, whose 'ICHAMP
I I residence and address Is 2660 For-
ON illS 4 ii AT THE By lUrs. Carl Brown4AAAAAAAAAALALAAAAAAAAL rest Blvd.. Jacksonville Florida:
George Inman and Fannie 1. Inman, ,
his wife whose residence and address -
\ CHURN Is 9770 Banks Rd., Jackson- ,
DIKE ville, Florida: Frank Inman and -
The Black Creek Associational i-Lenor Inman, his wife whose residence -
held I and address Is 2511 AllendaleRd.
School meeting was
Sunday ., Baltimore, Maryland; and Yon-
Friday, Feb 22, at Hickory Grove da Inman Cram and Milton Cram

Baptist Church in Green Cove her husband whose residence and
address Is 131% Strafford Road
Springs. Interesting discussions Camp 11111 Fa.; Alfred Gurey and
promoting better Sunday :Margaret Gurey, his wife, if alive,
on and If dead. the unknown heirs,
Schools were given by the association devisees, legatees, grantees, assignees -
creditors, and all other 5- I-
leaders. Hickory Grove par- ---- -S--- -
ties claiming by, through, under or .: I;
received the banner for the larg-I against such defendants as are = a.. -
$$15 Cash -u-- 1st Prize at the meeting. dead; G. W. Lewis and Bessie .rn':
est attendance 'I .
Lewis, If alive, and If dead the !.JJ- ,,, ..4.4. +
Next month, let's bring the banner unknown heirs, devisees, legatees t5)r -5,
grantees. assignees, creditors and
home. all other parties claiming by, .
$10 Cash 2nd Prize Rev. Edgar Wilkinson led prayer through. under or against such defendants -
---- dead _
meeting last Wednesday night I as are : J
AND TO ALL OTHER PERSONS
while Rev. E. C. Harvey was !hAVING 'OR CLAIMING ANY

away in a revival at 10th Street I RIGUT TITLE, LIE OR INTEREST -

$$5 Cash ---- 3rd Prize Baptist Church in Jacksonville.! LANDS IN: OR situate TO and THE lying FOLLOWING in Brad- .. ,

Rev. Wilkinson will also fill in ford County, Florida, to-wit: ; _

this Wednesday as Rev. Harvey A parcel of land lying In the South -- -. .5 :
halt of the Southeast Quarter p1
For best items submitted that are judged to have the will be in revival services at (SE%) of Section 16, Township six

most historical interest for Starke and Bradford Count Brandy Baptist Church in Bald- East(6) South, Bradford, Range County Twenty.two, Florida, containing U%)-

This includes old win, Feb. 25 through March 2. 6.15 acres and being more
.
} pictures, newspaper clippings, : '
particularly described
Happy birthday to Clara Dean as follows: _
diaries, letters, or any material pertaining to the early I Commence at the Northwest corner
her 9th Al- _
Clark on anniversary. of the East halt Southwest, Quar-
history of Starke and Bradford County. so to Mr. Beauford Carter, who ter (8W%) of said Southeast Quar- .
ter (SE%) and run thence South 0
celebrated last week. degrees, 20 minutes East along the

Mrs. Orene Cowart and chil- Westerly boundary thereof a distance -

START LOOKING! dren spent last weekend in I from stake point of for ZU.U of point beginning feet ot to beginning thus an des-iron: Wins NASCAR Grand National Championship Race Against All Cars


and bring your entries to the Bradford County Tele- cribed continue South 0 degrees 20

Rraph. They will be marked with your name and filed minutes boundary East a distance along said of 339.65 Westerly feet of Size Power or Price-Setting New Track -
Regardless
I to iron
for return to you after Starke.s Centennial Celebration COLONIAL 71 an degrees stake.11 minutes run thence East a South distance ,

in of .79ii.29 feet to an Iron
May.This "

,the 200.stake right run on the thence of way Westerly of North State boundary 17 Road degrees No.of Record in Biggest Stock Car Event of Year Following Clean

material is being collected for use in a special Cen- FLORIST iiO minutes East along last afore-

tennial Issue of The Telegraph to be published in May. said of 308.56 Westerly feet to boundary an iron a stake distance on Sweep of Its Class in Flying Mile and Acceleration Runs.Here's .

Also for use in the Historical Booklet to be printed and the Southeast corner of a parcel
of .land
PHONE 218 described In Deed Book 80.
distributed by the Centennial Cmmittee. Page 205 of the public records of
aforesaid county run thence North
72 degrees and 10 minutes West why it's important fo you! You can buy the same model NOW IT'S OFFICIAL-

You will be rendering town (j) last along aforesaid the Southerly parcel and boundary along of a Pontiac right here in town with the same ruggedness, safety and

your Westerly prolongation of said Southerly precision-hcndling that outclassed all the others at Daytona! Re- Pontiac ;is '
boundary distAnce
a of 90103 FSIIIIdI lULl
feet to point of beginning. member, this was a strictly production model Chieftain Pontiac

and county a valuable service by FLOWERSFor notified You and that each a Complaint of you are has hereby been powered by the spectacular 317 h.p. Strato-Streak engine-and Number 1 iiuau C ar ,

.
filed in the Tn-Power Carburetion a great
All OccasIons Circuit Ceurt of Bradford introducing Pontiac's revolutionary ,

looking through your relics fo see by Albert County,Sappenfield Florida In and Chancery Ruby new advance, optional at extra cost ,on any Pontiac model This -

DISH GARDENS Sappelfleld, his wife as Plaintiffs amazing carburetion system literally gives you 2 engines for the NUMBER IIN PERFORuANCE I

POTrED as and defendants against you; that and the each nature of you of prIce of 1 tame or terrific at a touch of your toe! For normal

what you can find. PIAM'SPO1'rERY said suit Is to quiet and confr! m driving the engine operates on a standard two-jet carburetor (the NUMBER I IIN ROADABlllTyrsame
the title of
plaintiffs, Albert Sap-
penfield and Ruby Sappenfield. his I type that won the economy tests last year). A little extra

wife to the above described lands pressure automatically cuts in four more carburetor jets for instant NUMBER 1 IIN HANDLING!I II

BRING ITEMS OF INTEREST TO Flowers WiredArtywhere as a fee simple title; and you are need Come in md drive
required to appear, and lierve a response when you more power. on
copy of your answer or other plead- Amenca Number One Road Car. You can.. easily afford It-pnces NUMBER I IIN SAFETY I
Ing on Plaintiffs' L .1.
attorney,
Thomas, Jr.. whose address Is 20320ii actually start below 30 models of the low-price three! _ _ _
Temple Avenue Starke Florida.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH NORa 81. Starke and to file the original of Tour

answer or other pleading In the DEALER DRIVE THE SURPRISE CAR OP THE VEAft'
office of the undersigned Clerk of : SEE YOUR PONTIAC :
Circuit Court on March 11th. 1957; ,
otherwise the allegations of said I '
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MARCH L, 1957 .BRADFORD.COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE,' FLORIDA
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at the Tabernacle's Sun- NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED y.yTyTTTTTTyTTTTTTTTTTTTWyyyYTTYTYYTTT'TTyTTTT'Home

day morning service included Rev. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD Demonstration

CHURCHES and Mrs. E. G. Johns and Mr. COUNTY L;! I IH

and Mrs. Charles Simpson and ByOzoraJ.Shefl&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAAALA Notesby

daughter, of Port Huron, Mkh,
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who gave interesting testimonies.The ""
1 Dear Gene:
DOROTHY
::I ROSS
Tuesday night Bible reading Brothers of the Brush defeating Keller High 1 .
I have read editorial in
J Methodist Church I Lutheran Services campaign showed an Increasein Professor Eddie Thompkins teams of Macclenny. The final your I i f yfHome Demonstration. 'Av..nt
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he Feb. 8 issue of The Telegraph --a---
chapters read from week to principal of R. J. E. high school, I \
122. E. Washington St scores were: girls 21-10 4-
; boys Rally DaySaturday
in which the blundering helpful
analyze and
Sunday-Sunday school 9:45; I week since its beginning in Jan- has been appointed county chair- 7-6.. Coaches Butler and Shell of Secretary you of Defense Wilson Week, March 9, is I I I I house which we like at our

morning service, 11 a. m-, William Regular services will be held uary. man of the colored division for will take the teams to Alachua
I in his references to the National Rally Day for 4-H members from Broccoli With
S. Clay, former president at 7:30 Sunday evening, at our Groups from the Tabernacle the Centennial celebration May 5 on Friday morning for the tournament Guard, both past and the seven clubs in the county.The Make Cheese Sauce
of the New York State Gideon new location 122 E. Washington have been attending the servicesat to 11. Elmer Shell will serve as at A. L. Mebane a cheese sauce by blending
high resent program will be held at the
organization will deliver the mes- Street, (near Walnut Street.) Park-of-the-Palms during the co-chairman for Starke, while school. The return' game for Keller !- USO in Starke (across from the milk one half cup undiluted canned
W H. Nollman member week and the music and C. C. Anderson will Your knowledge of the past with one half cup grated
sage. a A series of lectures win be enjoying Principal will be announced later. high school) beginning at 10 and
cheese
of the local organization, will given during the month of March, caching ministry there. work as co-chairman of Lawtey Church News achievements of the National ending around 2 "Fun and Playthe and one half teaspoon
Certificates and but G uard and of its present capabilities Worchestershire sauce over hot
preside. subject being "The Lutheran community.
,
Mt. Moriah Methodist Church, 4-H Way" will be the featureof water
MYF program: recreation, r Church and The Bible." Don'tmiss NORTH SIDE tons are already on sale for $1. is certainly evident in the occasion. until smooth.

i discus- BAPTIST CHURCH All men are asked to purchase Rev. Stripling pastor, held regular this editorial.I Cook broccoli in small amountof
5:45: ; "Dine-A-Mite 6:15; wor- these interesting Over 100 girls, parents, and
I ship and business meeting, 6:45. sions. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning one of these buttons as a loyal services all day Sunday start- wish to express to you the leaders are. expected to attend salted water just"until tender.

Evening worship, 7:30. Rev. A. F. Gerbhardt pastor, l Worship, 11 a. m. Training citizen of Starke and county com ing with Church School at 10. appreciation of all members .of this annual event in celebrationof Drain and place in serving dish.

Wednesday-Prayer meeting of the First Lutheran Church of Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship munities and grow a !beard,'moustache a. m. Supt. W. Brooks in charge. he Florida National Guard for National 4-H Club Week, March Pour sauce over hot vegetable.

7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting be as Morning worship at 11 a. m. this forthright statement for the Serve while hotCauliflower
just as hairy you
I and Bible study, 7:30 p. m. Chap- Gainesville will conduct the serv- 2-9. The national club week will
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone 5. Ladies will be was conducted by the pastor, at ompetency of the National Guard
can by May is also
ter 9 of the letter of Paul to the ices. band e observed by more than 2,200.000 delicious
L welcome.- E. C. Harvey. pastor. given some instructions later as 3 p. m. the sermon was deliveredby of the need for public understanding served with cheese
Romans will be studied. Persons with out a home 4-H memers throughtout America sauce.
to how they can become "Sis- Rev. Essie Holland, and 7 p. and support of our prow 4-H ProjectsThe
ho unite Head Heart
Choir invited to Hands,
I Thursday-Youth prac- church are cordially NEW
RIVER
ters of the Swish." Many out- m. message was delivered by the ven effectiveness as a reserve of
choir rehearsal and Health in "Improving Familyand girls are completing their
I tice 6:30; Chancel attend. BAPTIST CHURCH pastor. The members were happy the Army.
activities being
standing are
I 7:30.BROOKER. School to Community Living." These foods project works) with an exhibit -
Sunday 10 a. m. Wor- : welcome home our faithful
planned which include a gigantic It is from "fighting editors"y between 10 and at club
I St. Mark's Episcopal ship Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Service member Sister Maude E. Ma- people, 21 meetings held at
We hope none of our men such as that is
BAPTIST CHURCH parade. you public opinion rears old, work for betters homes school. The exhibit includes a
j Revs Raymond MacBlaln 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each will have to meet "KangarooKourt" gee, whom we have missed very guided to the correct solution of small
Rev. C. Bruce .Stalling, pastor I schools, and churches in their portion of a food they have
Wednesday, 7-:30: p. m. Everyone much. Class meeting is held each
for not becoming a mem- public problems.
ocalities. prepared and their
Services at St Mark's Episcopal completed record -
welcome.L.. L. Parker
Sunday School, 10 a. m. morn- Church will be as follows: pastor.: ber of this ancient order. But- Tuesday night prayer meetingon Sincerely, The newly organized 4-H book.

ing worship, 11" a. m.; training Sunday: 9:45 a-m. Church HAMPTON tons may also be purchased from Rev.Thursday DeSue. night, both led by Mark W. Lance, Maj. Gen. County Council will be in charge So far, some of the girla in
On
I union 7 p. m.; evening worship School and Adult Class; 11 ajn. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Levy Lennon in Reno. 1, a plantation planting FridayMarch will beheld The Adjutant General of the program. The President,... the Hampton, Brooker, and Law-

8p.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 Christian Endeavor, Friday, 7:30p. On Leave USN at the church. We are interested I State of Florida Marilyn Cox, says there will be tey clubs have brought their ex

Wednesday-Hour of Prayer, p.m. Y. P. S. L. m. Bible Study, Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parks of : in Planting flowers for I plenty of sandwiches, cold drinks, hibits. The rest of the girls will
Lincoln City are happy to have Dear Mr. Matthews: nd for to bring their work to the. next
8 aWe
p. m. Wednesday: 7:8& p.m. Litany r 7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning Wor- beautifications of the church potatoes chips people

and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir ship, 11 a. m. Evening Worship, their son, Arthur, home for 30 grounds. All members appreciate very much the buy at lunch time should they desire meeting.

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Practice. 7:30 p. m. Bible School, 10 a. In. days. He has completed his basic or any fine editorial on the National to do so. The proceeds will go The next project to be under.

CHURCH Holy Communion: 1st Sunday,, training at Camp Bainbridge, Md. persons wishing to donate flow- Guard. The Starke units of the for improvements at Cherry Lake I II taken at meetings will be cloth-
ers are asked to
Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morning 11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 a. m. GRAHAM and ten weeks of study in admin- Oscar. Dell Cleaners bring them to 48th Aromored Division are among I 4-H Camp. I ing. Spring is in the air and people

Worship. 11 a. m.; Evange- awaits everyone. BAPTIST CHURCH istration at San Diego, Calif. He on CrosbySt. the outstanding units of ; Vegetables In Family Meals want to create and make new

listic services, 7:30 p. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- will leave Starke and report to just across from the church.. the 48th. Your family needs fruit and clohtes to wear. The new 4-H

e Wednesday Prayer Meeting ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training Key West for future duty. Arthur The planting will begin at 5 p. Walter L. Fortson Jr. I two or three vegetables. Canned I printed material will be popular

7:30: p. m. St. Edward' Church Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening wor-I was an outstanding basketball m. This. is being sponsored byBros. Major, 48th Armored Div. .friuts and vegetables are as goodas this year. Already' some of the

Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. ship, 7:30 p. m.Rev.. player at RJE and graduated in Louis Kelly and Oscar Dell.: Jacksonville, Florida fresh or frozen so use them I girls have their 4-H material madeup
The
CHURCH OF CUBIST Holy day masses, <6:30<5 a. m. and I Collins, Sr., pastor.CHRISTIAN 1956. Sunday School will continue I when fresh foods are not easy to into skirts and other garments.Girls .

I 635 MacMahan St. 8:30: ( a. in.Children's. Thurston School News selling sandwiches for their pro- Dear Mr. Matthews: must complete at least one

C. L. Oerturf Jr., Minister Catechism claSs each CHURCHRev. Don't forget the Biblical pro- ject at the Masonic half on Please let me express to you find.Try using at least one vegetable project in order to be eligible to

Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. J. E. Sherwood, Pastor gram to be rendered by the Mis- Brownlee st. each Saturday af and to the citizens of your community a month your family doesn't: go to 4-H camp this summer.

Morning Worship 11 aon. Evening Keystone HeightsAt Bible School, 9:45 a. m. Morn- sionaries at Mt. Pisgah Methodist ternoon. They wish to thank all my sincere appreciationfor know, so they will grow to like a I Beside the usual health examination -

_., Worship 6:30 p.m. ( St. William's Chapel) ing Worship, 11 a. m. Youth Church on Sunday, March 10, persons who have patronizetithem !I the fine cooperation we of the variety of foods. Everyone likes this year we would like

Wednesday Bible study 7:30 (Follow 21 south to St Church 6:30 All and ask for continued support Florida National Guard have received to
Hiway p. m. young at 3 p. m. There will be no admission fruits, fresh, frozen and canned. urge each girl planning to go

p.m. William's Sign.) people Invited.WOODlAWN. but a silver offering will The general public is cordi in your community.It Serve some each day to the familyfor to camp to be sure and get her

Sunday Mass 8 a. m. be taken. The Latimore Singersof ally invited to attend all of the is indeed a pleasure to com needed vitamins and minerals, polio shots, if she has not already

: IIEILBRONN MISSIONARY Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. MISSIONARY Jacksonville will appear on activities of Mt. Moriah.- Bro., mand units composed' of such a Here is a recipe you might find done so.IBHS.
BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH William T. Holland reporter.
Confessions before all Masses. representative
Sunday, March 24 at 3 p. m. at community as to
10 School 11 a.m.
a.m. Sunday
Allen
A.M.E. Church
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- Ebenezer. Plan now to .attend Chapel ,, label their achievements with the
ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evening EVERGREEN preaching. 6:15 BTU 6:4.pray. Rev. R. J. Washington pastor, national tag of "superior"which
service 7 o'clock services, these programs. Mrs. S. C. Price ; Presbyterian Church StudentsWin
er song I held regular Sunday School on
7:30 Training BAPTIST j
Worship. p. m. CHURCH principal; Rev. E. I* Walker, both the Starke and Camp Bland-

Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. Mid- I Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach BETHEL president PTA; Dorothy Jackson Sunday with Supt. Irene Thomasin i ing units have done in the past Friday-Adult choir practice.

Week Prayer Meeting Wednes- ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30 charge. Mrs. Washington is three yeara Honors At
BAPTIST CHURCH reporter. Sunday-Church school, 9:45: a
days 7:30 p. m. Rev. S. F. p. m. Preaching 7:31? p. m. Prayer improving nicely. Rev. and Mrs The
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach SportsR. pride felt by the officers m.; Morning worship, "Our Task,"
Beard pastor. Stripling and others visited heron
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Drama FestivalBradford
I ing services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. J. E. Tigers and Tigerettes,. Sunday. At 7:30 p. m. The and men of the 748th Armored 11 a. m.; Youth fellowships, 6 p.
with a. Ordnance Battalion in these unitsis m.; Evening worship, "Getting
KiNGSLEY.LAFE, Song service 7:30 p. m.hev. wrapped up the season Heavenly Fire Gospel Singerswere High School students
FOR DEPENDABLE only surpassed by our gratitude Answers to Our 7:30p.
R. L. Lee, pastor. twin victory Monday afternoonKEYSTONE sponsored the Truste Prayers,
MISSIONARY BAPTIST by to the civic earned several high ratings in

School 9:45 Morning . . . . . . . . . . . . Board, Bro. Levy Lennon, chair minded community m.
Sunday a.m. &AAAAAA&AA&&AAAA&&A&&AA&AA whose officials, organizations, the Florida High School Drama
; Termite Control Worship 11 a.m. Evening man. Stewardess Board No.2 Tuesday-Family night supper,
and individuals maintain a stead- Festival held recently at the
7
Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer MeetIng will meet at the home of Sis p. m., followed toy missionary
HIGHLIGHTSBy fast faith and loyalty in the
reflection address University of Florida.
by the Rev. E.H. Hamil-
Household & Commercial each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every. ter Sarah Morris at 4 p. m. President of their of

I Pest Control one welcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott Beulah is asking all members L- in type commun- ton, missionary to Formosa at The group received an "excel.

pastor. Mrs. J. Russell Young Phone Keystone 3421 to attend, visitors are we I- ity our organization. 7:45. A special World Mission offering lent" rating for their presentationof

I Grove SprayingCall -vvvvvvyvv.vy.-------------._-_-_-_-_-_-_-.-_-. -V-.-VYTTYW------VWV---YVYW----.-VT--WV--VYT---WI, come. B. J. Lennon, reporter. Sincerely yours, will be received. the play, "High Window"

FR 6-6035 CHURCH OK CHRISTC. Large Attendance location, the Stewart building, on Bethlehem Freewill Baptis Lt.Robert Col. OrdC V. Link Wednesday-Prayer meeting, with Marilyn Cox winning the
L. Overturf Jr., Minister Church, Rev. L McKay pastor FNG 7:30
m.
March p.
At Conference 1. The is
Rotary shop having i a ; Jacksonville FlaSERVICE title of best actress in the play.In .
_ Florida Pest Control Sunday'Bible Study 10 a. m Twenty-four members of the good response and friends of the All parents who are interested i in ThursdayJunior choir prac- the dramatic
I reading divi-
Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Keystone Heights Rotary Club community are invited to come having their"children participat tice, 3:30 p. m.; StarKe Social
& Chemical Co. I Worship 7:30 p. m. attended the Convention of Dis- in and browse. Proceeds from in the Easter program are asked sion, Marilyn and Mary Henderson -
Club
24N.W.lGthAve.Gainesville Wednesday Bible Study 7:30p. trict 242 of Rotary Internationalin this project go to the Building to bring them to church each MEN planned will hold the a special program received ratings of excellentand
by Junior Woman's
in the
discussion
m. Tuesday night for practice. There conference
Fund
Pensacola Sunday and Monday, for the church.
Club in
the
Florida Radio program. "Old Paths"each Feb. 17-18. Suzanne LeMee will be an entertainment at th assembly hall at 7:30p. I Mark Moore's performance was
was the
.
repre
9 a. Station home Sister Rebecca Allen m. rated excellent.
Sunday In. The fellowship Dinner Sunday sentative from St. Anne's at the of on *

WDVH. night was in the San Carlos Hotel All Youth Conference held in Saturday night in the interes .
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of the building fund. Peanuts, I ----s I I III I I _
with of 25 Gainesville Thomas A. Reames II 11 III I
representatives some February 15, 16, and son of Mr'
CHURCH OF JESUS CUBISTLATl'EK
Rotary Clubs present. The Key- 17 at Holy Trinity Church. The sandwiches and cold drinks wil and Mrs. W. P. Reams of Route

Wash Your Clothes DAY SAINTS stone Club came home with the young people enjoyed the fellow be on sale, come !by and help us 2, Starke, recently completed the BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICESFor .

Services each Sunday in old honors the ship with We are glad that Sister McKay second phase of
having largest at- others from North Plo- a six-month tour
Pounds Masonic Hall on E. Call St Sunday tendance, considering distance rida. has returned to us after a delightful of active duty under the Reserve

School 10 a. m. Sacrament traveled and membership, and Community Church News visit with her daughterIn Forces Act at Aberdeen Proving Sunday, March 3

For 40c! Service 6i30 p. In. Everyone wel. prizes of beautiful luggage wentto The Silver Tea held in the Macclenny. All I Can Circle Ground Md. He received special

FREE Bleach If Desired! come. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Martin Community Church educational members are asked to supportthe training in metal work after completing Starke Elementary School)
church
entertainment at the
SEVEN11I DAY and Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McKayMr. building on Thursday, Feb. 21, by basic combat training.

Martin is president of the the Women of the Church, fea home of Sister Allen, GladysBlye -

j ADVENTIST CHURCH local club and Mr. McKay was tured a musical program which reporter. I M. Sgt... Douglas Oberman, Washington and Grand Streets
Services each Sabbath in the
chairman of arrangements for was presented by Miss Cleva Mount Dorr Temple: Mother .whose wife, Martha Josephine,
We Will Good
I home of S. N. Brown across from Singing Forceful
L. Wolfe services -
presiding each
Bethel Baptist Church east of attendance at the convention.Also Carson, chairman. Mrs. Ralph ; lives in Keystone Heights, recently PreachingSunday

Dry Your Clot-hei I Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m bringing home prizes Felix of Plymouth, Ohio. pianist; Sunday. Sunday School, 9 a.m.; arrived in Korea for duty with

= Bible Study each Wednesday, were Herman Schroeder, who wona Mrs. Albert E. Bachmann, con Evening Meeting Worship Tues., ,7:30:7:30 p.m. Prayer the 7th Inf. Div. He was last stat- School ------_________________ 9:45 A.M.

For 20c 7:30 p. m.-Arden Mote, pastor door prize at the Rotary Men's tralto; Mrs. J. Russell Young,, Deacon Sam Berry, reporter.p.m. ioned at' Fort Jackson, S. C. and Worship Services -----________ ------___noo A.M.
meeting on Monday, and Mrs. violinist: Barbara Webb Larkin is now a platoon sergeant in Hq.
I, New Bethel Baptist Church, Organization of New Church ____________ 3:00 P.M.
_ In New Automatic Drier! CHURCH OF GOD Frank Walrath Jr. who won a author and professional story Co. of the 17th Infantry Regiment's -
I
Rev. A. Vinson pastor,'held
Sunday School, 10 a. m. :Morn. door prize at the Rotary Ann 'teller, and Mrs. Florence James I, regu 3rd Battalion. He enteredthe

I ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday luncheon. I I accompanist: delighted the 150 lar service all day Sunday start Army in 1940 and served in Training Union -----__,-______________ 6:15 P.M.
) ing with Sunday School at 10a.
Evening Service. 745 p. m. YPE: Those attending were: Mr. and I I guests with their varied talents; Europe during World War 2. Evening Worship ------_______-_____-__ 7:30 P.M.
The review
m. was given by
Service Wednesday, 7:45: p. m :Mrs. Gordon Adams, Mr. and Mrs.E. Tea was served to the guests Miss Susie Trapp, president o if Prayer Services & Business Meeting Wed. 7:30 P.M.

The Vasheteriae PNyer Meeting Friday, 7:45: p. mLAWTCT F. Aiken, Col. and Mrs. S. seated at small tables. Pouringtea the Mt. Sinia Missionary Asso Cpl. Donald C. Richie, son of

H. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. were Mrs. R. L. Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Richie of
ciation. She announced Executive Come And Bring The Children
Temple Ave. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Martin Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Mrs. G. E. Wiggins. Passing sandwiches Route 2 Starke, was commended Room For All
.
Board meeting for March 11, 7:30p. I Pastors and Other
Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Serv Tolles, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wal- and cakes were membersof on Jan. 22 for outstanding per Christian Friends Especially
.
p ice Saturday, 7:30 p. m. rath Jr., Roy Watkins, Bill Reynolds the Women of the Church, m. at Friendship BaptistChurch ; formance of duty aboard the heavy Invited to Organizational Services
Gainesville All membersare
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Herman with Mrs. R. L. Sunderland Mrs cruiser USS Macon during the A CHRISTIAN WELCOME AWAITS YOU!
asked to be present. Th I
Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Frank Walrath Jr., and Mrs rhip's good will visit to Tripoli
men will also meet on this date esssnssspnss
rsnrnssrsss .,
Wiggins, Col. and Mrs. John McDowell Milton Starnes, as chairmen early in January. The Macon returned Sparse ss.ssa-s. Ing

& Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Mc- Miss Ruth Ohlson kept the. gues An inspirational and educational to Boston Mass. on Jan. _
.0
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH sermon was delivered by Rev. Me =
Kay and District Governor and book. Mrs. Louis Kyle served as 27, after five months with the 6th -
Arthur -
on "Uncut Timber. A
Mrs. Al Nelson. chairman for winter visitors, Fleet in the Mediterranean, and

STARKE, FLA. PTA Founder's DayIs Mrs. Charles T. Smith, publicity, 3 p. m. the pastor, choir, ushersofficers Cpl. Richie has been enjoying a
and members visited the
Observed Here Mrs. J. L. visit at home with his parents. Revi'v'a'iM'
Boatwright, reservations -
_ Philadelphia Baptist Church o f t'I'I
Local "brains" had theirchance Mrs. Myron Prevatt. tables, He completes his service with!
REV. LEWIS HAINES. Pastor Lawtey. The pastor preached out I e.-e--t--.i-n---
I last Monday, Feb. 18, Mrs. J. A. Williams, decorations, his soul on "Be Sure Your Sins the Marines this spring.

[ Jefferson and Court Streets In The, Heart of Town when the Keystone Heights PTA Mrs. Gordon Adams and her committee '
Will Find You Out. The choir p. m. Communion at 7 p. m. To
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 presented their version of the furnished corsages for under the direction of Sister Lot- all of these services you are I
THE
popular T. V. program. The capa- those on the program. The genera l
tie English was commended for cordially invited. The baby of
ble M. C. was Anthony Baker and chairman was Mrs. David A. Nel-
the good singing. Collection Sister Lula Jackson
j was will be
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. the $64,000 winner was Bob Jack-son.
taken !by Prof. C. A. Anderson, christened at the morning worship HIGHLAND
son, who knew the answers on Community Church Women MISSIONARY
Union 6:15 P.M.
A.M. Training
Sunday School 9:45 $31.30 was the total. Rev. GeorgeLee hour. Joan Jenkins, report-
PTA. The program hostess, introducing The meeting of the Community
son of Bethel, delivered the ,ere
Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. contestants was Mrs. W. Church Women on March 5 will
at the hour. He
message evening Masonic Meeting BAPTIST
S. Sibley. have an international flair when CHURCH

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDYH at Clinton West, principal, introduced students from Pakistan and the preached on Christ as our Sav All Juveniles of Branch 30 of
ior. Services all day Sunday
the new sixth grade teacher Philippines will Starke are asked to meet Most
I 11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. present a pro- starting with Sunday School,
Paul Peterson, who comes to gram, giving highlights of their Ancient Matron Sophia Royal at Announces Their
Supt. Hankerson in charge Cove-
the school from the office of particular countries and speakingon the Masonic Hall on Tuesday,
nant meeting at 11 a. m. Red
the School Superintendent of international relations. The I March 5, at 4 p.m. Business of REVIVAL
Circle at 4 p. m. BTU at 5:30 MEETING
Alachua County. students will be the guests of the importance, please be present.

Catholic Club Holds Dance president of the Women's group] terested came in to hear his The regular meeting of the BEGINNING
It Is To MARCH
"Why Wrong Members of the Keystone preceding the meeting. Visitorsin talk after the dinner. post and auxiliary will be, held 4TH

Heights Catholic Club enjoyeda the community are cordially i "Egypt Israel, Jordon," formed at RJE on Sunday at 2 p. m. With The

Pray for World Peace"Will dance on Monday evening, Feb. invited to attend the meeting I the subject for a lecture by Joseph Vice-Commander Julius Royal

18. at the Skytel. W. J. Siprelle which begins at 7:30 p. m. on I Reed, world traveler, whomhe and President Pauline Marshallask REV. ARTIS CREWS

Be Pastor's Subject Sunday Night 8 P. M. furnished! the music-with his tape Tuesday, March 5, in the educational presented beautiful colored all members to be presentand

recordings. building of the Community slides made in these countries on on time. Plans must be made Piedmont Association

Notes From St. Anne's Church. his recent tour. The program was for the Constitution Conferenceof

First Baptist Church HamptonSunday Episcopal Chapel Speaker From Daytona Beach presented in the Community the 11th District in St. Au- The Evangelist Speaker

Mrs. Maude J. Perret, Diocesan At Men's Club Church sanctuary following the gustine. Delegates must be elect-

Altar Guild Chairman, of Jack- Dr. Gordon Poteat, minister of Men's Club meeting. Mr. Reed ed.Mrs..-Corean McNeil! report

School 10 A. M. sonville, spoke to the Auxiliaryof the Tourist Church of Daytona gave an unusual presentation of er. .

Morning Worship 11 A. M. St. Anne's Church on Wednesday -\I Beach was guest speaker at a his material. He has been on R J. E. PTA will meet Wed- Everyone is invited to come and attend

February 21 a 1. a luncheon. meeting of the Men of the Community tour through the state. nesday, March 6, at 8 p. m. All services nightly
Training Union 7 P. M. meeting. Her subject was the I I Church on Monday, Feb.
(Note: Mrs. J. Russell Youngis members and friends are asked Winifred
"Hour of Power" Wed. 8 P. 1\1./ work of the Altar Guild. The 26, at their dinner meeting. Dr. now The Telegraph's correspondent to be present A program is be- Wilkinson

president, Mrs. J. Watson Hard- Poteat brought a message on the at Keystone Heights ing presented by the of
patrons
"Cr Will Be The Song Leader For These
:sack For Christ"Sat. Meetings
I enberg. presided and Mrs. W. B. Florida Fellowship of Community following the resignation of Mary Pleasant Grove community.

6:30-6:45 A. MS. WRUF Dawson was the luncheon hos Churches, a recently organized Kay Schaeffer. News for this :Many thanks to Mrs. Mary White We Welcome Everyone to Each Service of the Church

tess.Mrs. {body, bringing together Community column may !be given to Mrs. Shaw for the very fine program

MARVIN E. FAILE. Pastor. .., Charles King, chairman of churches of the state.. A Young by mailing to her at Box rendered at the last meeting.Mrs. REV. G. W. CHISM, PASTORFRIDAY.

\ the' Nearly New Shop, announces group of 40 men heard Dr. Poteat 297, Keystone Heights, or by Marion Dell, president, E.

-- that the shop will be in its new and other church members in- telephoning her at 3421.) M. Kennedy reporter. .. ..-
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Starke To Observe,Former Bradford Berry Growers Foot Slips, American Piano Trio :.


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Man Killed In Cars Crash ; .
(

World Prayer Day Vote PreferenceFor I ', "? __ _
AF Plane Crash .Driver FinedA *'' '



The World Day of Prayer in 36 .Pt. CratesBradford slip of the foot last Thursday :

I Starke next Friday, March 8, caused $700 damage to two _
automobiles and resulted in a
I will Its: heralded by a blast from
r- County strawberry $25 fine this week in Mayor's
the siren and observed in services I.
growers voted Monday night to Court.
at the First PresbyterianChurch )_a
at 10 a.m. continue using 36 pint crates to The foot,. according to its owner,

ship their berries instead of following -! Charles A. Nielson of Kingsley
'
The siren will blow at 10 a.m. p :
the trend of changing to Lake, slipped off of the brake "
I
I1)T to remind people to stop and rAr k'
; 24 pint crates as han been adopted and onto the accelerator, spurting __
pray for world missions and
in other strawberry producing the car through a stop signat
the world.A .
__ peace throughout
Iri1t centers. the intersection of Church and

special offering will be divided k 'The decision was reached at a Call streets and into the path of _

between home and foreign meeting of growers, buyers and a car driven by Elton Cleo Smith.I
I \zH
;
mission of the National
projects
: market officials held in the Court- It was estimated that the damageto
Council of Churches.
':> house. R. B. Alvarez, managerof each car amounted to $350. No r

Representatives from different the !Clarke State Farmers one was injured.

handsome 15yearsen \ church will take part in the \ Market, said that the buyerr and Nielson was fined $25 by Mayor The American Piano Trio, one of the most interesting ensembles

TWO SHELL OIL DEALERS were presented program. LJ. market officials needed to know W. T. Jackson for runninar a__ ston_U on the concert stage, will be heard In the elementary school cafetorium _ _

ice plaques at a luncheon given in the Garden Restaurant by which kind of crate to plan on. sign and causing an accident.o The f Wednesday night, March 6, In the second of a series of concerts

John A. Torode local Shell distributor, on Feb. 20. Pictured above BHS Band Gives Services for 1st Lt. Harvey He said either crate would'be I mayor said ,he realized that the being sponsored here by the Bradford Area Concert Association.

Torode R. L Reddish of Heilbronn Springs, G. W. Leslie Starling Jr., 23, were held acceptable to the market, but the 1 wreck was accidentally caused,
are (I-r) Mr. Composed of Stephen Kovars :Naomi Weiss and Kenneth Amada, _
Shell jobber representative of at 3 p.m. Feb. 16 in the Tracy officials had to know which would I]but had to levy the fine becausea
and I) W. Holiday Concert HereThe
Rivers of Graham the trio is famous for its unique programs. Each member had estab-
service plaques but who were Funeral Home, Miami. Burial becomingin. city ordinance had been violated -
Jacksonville. Other dealers recehing lished enviable reputation on the recital stage before joining with
and II. B. Sikes of Gran- was in Miami Memorial Park. The vote was 6-3 with the minority and a wre k caused.In an
not present, were J. W. Andrews, 15-year, Bradford High School Band the others to form this outstanding trio. In their concert here they
killed in to along with other
Lt. Starling was an agreeing go cases, $10 fines were

din 10-year. Tuesday night presented a pro- air collision of two U. S. Air the others. forfeited by John Albert Jones will use the three Steinway grand pianos which they tiansport with

ReddishIs gram of stirring music during a Force tanker planes in flight on The farmers' decision seemed to and George Cook, Negro. Jones them in a specially-built truck. Admission to the concert is by
Dolph concert held in the Elementary
Missionary Couple Saturday, Feb. 2, three miles be based on the 'belief that their 1 was charged with running a red membership only. I.
School cafetorium.CoL .
Slates Program At [ Named New above a Normandy field near marketing expenses are len when I light and Cook was charged with

Harold Bachman, directorof St. to, France. The aerial they use the 36 pint crate. 1 running a stop r gn. In a special
Church County Jailer the University of Florida band, leave Starke soon for extended
Presbyterian tankers were from the Americanair Though each crate cost a few 'session last Tuesday, Mayor Burel Home BoughtBy

I was special guest conductor. Dur- base at England, crate Jackson fined Theodore Zieliaski visits with Mr. Burel's children -
this Sculthorpe, cents more than a 24 pint ,
Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Hamilton, I Sheriff P. D. Reddish !' ing the evening he directed the where Lt. Starling was stationedfor fewer crates are needed when the $15 for excessive speed. Connecticut CoupleMr. in California, Michigar and In-

missionaries to rormosa., will I week appointed his son, Dolph E. band in two marches El Capitanand the past 17 months. 36 pint crate is used. and Mrs. Frank R. Kuhn. diana. They will eventually return

the world mission Reddish, to serve as jailer at the Colonel Bachman, a special
speak concerning the Presbyterian I march written for and dedicated II i Fourteen men were killed and It was pointed out that the Redheads Win formerly of Wallingford, Conn., to continue their residencein
of -
opportunity I' County jail. to him. five injured.Lt. same number of berries could be Florida. _

Church, U. S.t at a special' Dolph Reddish, 24, will re- I. Starling lived with his r.hipped in two 36 pint crates as Over Local Team have purchased the John S. Burel
service to be held in the church As a token of appreciation Col. home, just off Highway 16 east The Kuhns plan to move into
place J. A. Sasser on March 1. parents, Mr. and Mrs. HarveyL. could be shipped in three 24 pint
Tuesday evening, Marcb Bachman was made an honorary their new home today. They planto
sanctuary of Starke. Mr. Kuhn is a retired
and
has served as' Starling, at 7122 S. W. 42nd crates. The cost of crates
who
Sasser, 67, member of the BHS Band by Three PointsThe
-
service a covered By
the
"have few
5. Preceding Terrace, Miami before enteringthe handling would be 35 cents poultryman and was with Hall a chickensjust
three recently Band Jerome Edwards.
served for years Captin
dish supper will be jailer Air Force as a cadet in cheaper for the two 36 pint crates, Brothers Hatchery for 14 years. enough to give us something to
the Women of the Church. announced that he intends to re This concert was the first givenby
by his it estimated.The Redheads Wednesday! night "
1954. He received was
the band in two years. Band February, Prior to that he owned his own do. They are impressed with the
Rev. apd Mrs. Hamilton have Air displayed remarkable ability in
cadet training at Lackland buyers and market offi-
tire.Reddish officials raid that another concert broiler friendliness of the people of
plant.
served as missionaries to China has served four yearsin is for the Force Base in Texas, and earned cials, though agreeing to go along handling a basketball, entertaining -
being planned year. Starke and with
landsin Mr. Burel and his sister-in- are delighted
and have visited in other the Air Force, receiving his his commission and wings as a with the grower decision, expressed the fans at the BHS gym

the Far East. Mrs. Hamiltonis discharge in December. He is .Bible navigator at Harlingen Air a preference for the with fancy tricks, but managedto law, Mrs. F. V. Hiatt plan to their new home.

a sister of Rev. James Mc- Camp Group Force Base. He received radar smaller crates. They argued that I edge the Starke Independentsby

Alpine, missionary to Japan, who married and has one son. Slates ConferenceAt operator training at EnglandAir in the smaller crates the berries i only three points, 57-54. 1

spoke to the local congregationin CAlm OF ThANKS Park-of-Palms Base, Alexandria, La. will arrive at their destination in W. E. Criswell set the pace Sell It Rent It Trade
the presentation -
1954. Following
Lt. Starling attended schoolsin better condition improving the for the men with 21 points followed -

of the world mission taskof :May we take this method of Bradford County and gradu- market for Bradford County ber- by A. Q. Smith with 12.
The 7th annual convention of
the church, :Mr. Hamilton will ries, resulting in higher pricesfor "Red" Mason of the
and ated from the Coral Gables High one
- show slides in color of the work I I thanking our neighbors the Association of Bible Confer- School in 1951. He attended the the farmers. But the farmers shorter of the girls, was high WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
kind expressionsof and will be held
being done on Formosa.A friends for their ences Camps University of Miami and the were reluctant to gamble on this scorer for the Redheads with
March 4-8 at Park-of-the-Palms
special self-deniai olferingfor sympathy in our bereavement.These theory. 22 Jessie Banks had 12
points.
: University of Florida, and was
have been deep- Keystone Heights. This unique \ Low Rates Good Results Kasy To Place
world mission will be re- expressions an active member of the West The buyers aiso contended that points; and the six foot five

ceived. The public Is cordially invited ly appreciated. The family of association is made up of the directors Flagler Park Baptist Church. because most of the other mar- lassie, 'Shelvia (Shorty) John- 10 WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION 60c
1 of the better known con
to attend. Raymond M. Thompson. ferences and camps in the easterr.I Besides his parents he is sur kets have adopted the 24 pint son scored 10 points. EACH ADDITIONAL WORD to2Se

I vived by two sisters, Mrs. James I crates it will be more difficultto
states. ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS KOT PAID IN ADVANCE
CHIROPRACTIC MARCHES ON! The convention includes work I W. Deaver of Miami Springs I 1 sell the 36 pint crates. I Starke Elks Host DISCOUNT OP IS PER CENT ON TWO OR M0RE!: I.14ERT1ONS

I and Mrs. Robert Kinard of
shops, lectures, and discussions District Contest
The map of the world changes Kingdoms rise in the promotion of better vaca-I Gainesville. New Charter Given -

and fall but Chiropractic still makes sick people well tion time ministry of the Gospel. Cub Pack 70 HereCub The Starke Elks Club last FOR RENT New garage apartment
WHEN IN NEED OF two bedrooms. Size of
in many cases after everything else has failed. Roy Gustafson, nationally Criswell Scores Sunday was host to the North- modern home. Couple desired.

known Bible teacher from St.1 Scout Pack 70 held its east District Ritualistic contest LANDSCAPINGFILL Phone 134-J. tfchg

Nerve pressure impairs body function and spinal Petersburg, will be speaking at 31 Points AsIndependents monthly pack meeting and anniversary held in the USO building.The DIRTor AGNEW WINDOW

adjustments will remove nerve pressure to restore Park-of-the-Palms beginning Sun I banquet Monday nightin contest was won by the CLEANING SERVICE

normal function and health.If day, March 3, and continuing Win the Methodist recreational Jacksonville team which will DISKINGW. Moved from 533 1\. Cherry St.

through March 8. Mr. Gustafsonis hall when Dr. R. E. Guenther, represent the district in the L. THIGPEN, JR.Rt,2Boz245DAlton. TO 31 W. South St. Back Of

your health problem is not within the scope of heard in conferences and evangelistic -I I Scout executive from Gainesville, state contests. Bet \\Tnn-DL\Ie. W. S. AGNEW
The Starke
Chiropractic your case will not be accepted. campaigns throughoutthe sparked by the sharpshooting Independents.and presented the new pack charterto Special guests of the Starke PHONE 297-J PHONE 182-W:

nation, as well as the West M. K. Struth, institutional Club at this event were Elks -_
PHONE 108 FOR APPOINTMENTSH. fast playing of W. E. Criswell, Starke, Fla. WE BUY AND SELL USED
Indies, South America, and the representative.Short State President George Carver, PUR.
trounced the Green Cove Independents NITURE. Elrod Furniture Co..
Near East. Foster Bronson of Gainesvilleand _Phone 43.
talks were made by Cub- tfchy
CHIROPRACTOR II 63-36 last Thursday 3% PATH OX SAVINGS KEY-
G. BOLLINGER, Times for the services are 11 master R. P. McLendon, the pack past district deputy J. Pierce STONE STATE BANK KEY- UNFURNISHED
night, but Tuesday night lost Apartment, three
STONE HEIGHTS, FLA.. MEM.
a. m., 3 p. m., and 8 p. m. on treasurer, W. R. Miller, and Rev. Smith of Gainesville.The BER FDIC. rooms, with refrigerator and space
72-57 in a return match with heater. Also
426 N. Walnut St. furnished
Sunday; 9:30 a. m. each weekday the Hudson Hornets' of Palatka. Donald Kokomoor. Awards were Starke Club entertainedwith ments. Mr. and Mrs. W. IL apart.Noll.

morning; and Monday, Tuesday,I Criswell scored 31 points presented, and Mrs. W. R. Miller a party at the lodge Satur- WANTED Customers.- Low 506 new Installation Bottled cost.Gas man, %%8V.. Madison. tfchg

and Friday evenings at 8 p. m. against the Green Cove team and announced that W. P. Callan day night and dinner for the Prompt Service. Harry C. Elrod OUR TENTH ANNIVERSARY

has consented to be the den guests Sunday. Furniture Co. tfchg; RADIOS REPAIRED
18 points against the Hornets.I AU Makes All Modda
Brannen TransferredBy Townsend Strickland was second father for the newly-formed<<: 21 INCH TELEVISION consoles. 110 Reaioaable Charge! rvaraateed -
Webelos Den. 'VISITING MINISTERAT down at Dabmer's. tfchf CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
This Week's GoldOrren high scorer in both of the con I HAMPTON CHRISTIANRev. 703 W. Call St. Starke Pfc. 2J-
Humphreys
SpecialsMARCH tests, scoring 15 points against. More than 100 persons, in- GenuIne India Fonnoca FOR SALE
the Hornets and 12 i cluding Cubs and members of BLOOMING AZALEAS Corner of Walnut and
points against Mullis of Indiana will Brownlee Sts.
L. Brannen, methods and 3 lots 8, 5, 10. 1
Green Cove. their families attended this preach at the Hampton Christian Plaete 10c to .:.00 bungalow, 1 duplex and 1 metal
1 THRU MARCH 7 standards engineer, who has been I meeting. Den 5 won the attend- GREATLY REDUCED PRICE garage. Known as the A. H. -
Church
I Sunday morning at 11 a. Green For
property. information
assigned to the Highlands Plantof e. lot of 25 to 100 ,
ance plaque.Keystone. call Mrs. A. F.
Sauls phone 182-
Soil m. Aialraii dare 189O
Humphreys Gold Corporationsince Supervisors BELVEDERE AZALEA _W. 633 McMahone St. tfchg

December 1955 has been
LADIES GARDEN AND NURSERY WANTED EXPERIENCED WAIT.
- C transferred back to Wilmington, Increase Speech 4H'ersShine PAl'LIXK EARLE COLLINSP. RESS. Appy in person at Garden

Del. to the Newport (Del.) Pig- O. Box 108 EarlMon, Fla... Restaurant No telephone Calls.

PANTIES ments Plant, effective Feb. 25. Contest AwardsThe In Polio : tfchg.
5 YEAR WARRANTY GAS 1101
SAVE
FOR RENT
His wife, Barbara, and three Water Heaters. Wholesale $5995. Unfurnished 3 bed-
room C. B. house. 204 S. Glenn
Value children will remain in Keystone fund ActivitiesThe Call 121. Stchj S/1 L St. Contal't. .1. Ga>"' "" B-
29c Bradford Soil Conservation Call St.
County ; 3tD. sn,
until permanent quarters
Heights FOR SALE Good quality baledPangola -
3 Limit available in Wilmington. Supervisors voted last 1ay. Reasonably priced.
are Thursday to increase the value 4-H boys and girls of Doyle E. Conner Ins. Agency FOR RENT 5-room furnished
James F. Donnelly, methods Phone 285 or 274W. Itchg house, gas. refrigeration, clrcu
i and the number of prizes to be Keystone Heights did an out- lating heater. Reasonable. Stars

CHILDRENS and standards engineer, was !awarded winners the Speaking standing job selling peanuts for $40 .FOR RENT Housekeepingapart- & Stripes, Kingsley Lake phone
transferred from the Newport I ments. Very reasonable. Lights 2781. 2tchg 3/8
the Clay County polio fund at the
I Contest to high school stu
Plant the Plant on open [and water furnished. 210 N. CherrySt.
POLOS to Highland (dents. recent annual meeting of the ,. tratI. uyrdTV Phone 265 or 415-J after 6 FOR SALE 1954 G.MC. 2 ton
23 Feb. 6 to train with Brannen Clay Electric Co-op. In spite of P.m. tfchg truck, good condition. Will Sell
his duties. First prize will be a $25 war cheap. CeclU Moore, 1 mile east
and take over
1 bond, second prize $10 cash. and the cold weather the members collected CABINET and Carpenter Work <>f Starke, Rd. 100. Inquire New

1st Quality Mr. Donnelly's wife, Jane, and 1 five awards of $5 each will be a total of $66.40 from sales Small new Joe and repair Jobs ac -ton Thornsland. 2tp 3/8
cented. C. Ricks Rt. 1 Box
Sz. 4-8 their two small children, Jim ]presented winners on the subjectof that day. The Clay County Clubs NEW 1957 267-A, Starke. tfchg NEED TIHESf

Stripes and Mary, arrived in KeystoneFeb. "What Soil Conservation have collected a total of $219 so Get them now, pay as you ride
FOR SALE 11 cubic foot Serve Ask for
17 and are staying at White .Meanr To Me." far for this worthy cause. I'HCONSOLE Gas refrigerator used 2 years. Lacy Conway our easy Sales budget and Service term

Feather Court until March ]1 In other actions, the Supervisors The 4-H booth, featuring a ; Perfect condition SSO.Otwo Union Pus Station, Starke, Fla
burner oil heaters J8 each. Estate
when they will move into the : I chick brooding demonstration, e Gas Range $10.00. Dining room ________ __ tfchg

BRAS Mary Carew house in Keystone. Authorized the purchase of I original lamps, and educational Rurel.table and Rt. 1.4 Box chairs 269.$10.00. J.tfchg S. FOR SALE 4 room and bath

special material noting Soil Stewardship material was one of the out- new house, two porches.! Small
down payment, rest like
38 Presbyterian MenThe Sunday. standing exhibits at the annual FOR RENT Furnished cottage, Cecil Moore, 1 mile E. of Starke rent
Conferred with President Pat cooperative meeting. The electric that Swivels! modern conveniences. 614 Lake Rd. 100. Inquire Newton Thorn
1st Quality Rt. Adults. Mrs. A. F. Sauls. 623f"IqhAnp land 2tp 3/3
Presbyterian Men held Miller of the Bradford County chick brooding demonstration, ', W'MM'II St 'all 18S-W. ltchfREAL

49c Seller their monthly supper meeting in Cattlemen's Ass'n. on means of displayed by the 4-H boys. was ; ', I! FOR RENT Apartment. consist

the assembly hall of the Sunday stimulating interest in the Stock excellent, showing the benefits of i ESTATE WANTEDWe chenette Ing of living and room bath.bedroom Mrs. J,kit M

school building Friday, Feb. 22 ,Show and sale of FFA steers. infra-red brooding.The BRAND t I xprriaJUc: In Acreage-large or Mitchell, 305 W. Madison St. tfchg
Voted to rules for 4-H exhibit mall tract. Have pro.peIceUuere.
at 7 p. m. : tighten up gave a true ; !,, We would appreciate yon WAITRESS WANTED
I use of equipment, in cases where picture of the work beink done IIMlBK your property with, o.. If! Apply in
served 1 person at Hotel Thomas,
A spaghetti was NEW Gainer
MERCHANDISEIS supper
OUR SPRING to the men by Circle 3 of the r renters of the machinery fail to by the children of the county, priced\ right... Mall tot ElaUe Cro.hya.ol'l.t. P-m-yule before 11 a.m. or after 5

President take ordinary precautions in and it was thoroughly enjoyed by, MODEL -_2tchg 3/8 r.
Women of the Church. ROXIE TnO I.\!!. REALTORP.
using and also refuse to pay for the 3,000 people attending the I '* FOR RENT Three
list of O. Box 23.1 bedroom un
Taylor presented "
Ray a
ROLLING IN DAILY ,extraordinary damage. meeting. 'j Pompano Brick Florida furnished! house. Range and circulator .
objectives for 1957 which with .ftrhlt 3/.S heater furnished. 45* W,
some amendment were unanim- Madison St. Available about March
POSITIOV WANTED 1. Phone 473. tfchg
ously adopted. ,- '1- Man and wife to work as caretaker
J full time. 406 N. Water St.tuk. REWARD
W.
and Rev.
R G. Paterson
: : e. Fla. ltp For return of femae collie doe
Start Laying Away Now For S. McAliley presented a program $ ; ; Responds to "Lady". Child's pet
entitled. "Christian Citizenship." __ :*#:4 FOR RENT 2 bedroom unfurnished No questions asked. 1[. O. McMillan12Z4 .
: hou"eNe,-I y painted. E. Call St. Phone 448-J. Itchg
The meeting was closed with the Ph.n, !15.Mre. Mundorff. tfchg

EASTER Variety Of Used Records. Past hit
Lord's Prayer. ;; KUMZ2M4RMahogany
;: REAL J.STTELE ,J4 Color. to 59c. About 60 records. Donna
21 overall diagonal I bed room house .n pa ted street Faxo Rt. 1, Box 286 or phone
Kidnap Taxicab II picture tube.262..,.in. in Stark Price *8.500.00. *s little 409-R. fa

GET THE LATEST STYLESat Found In StarkeA ;L rectangular picture a on* l.nmum bala..... 410".. GeBcroBK term I
SALESMAN To Sell Necessary
; : With tesf Zenith popular Items used by homes and
: 2 bedroom home pated streeIIarlot .
the ALWAYS LOWEST prices! stolen taxi in which a Tampacab r-: i EXTRA FEATURES la Starke, *CCOO.OO. earnings business to houses.hard workers.Above average$$75.0

driver told police he was -- 2 bed room frame house, pavedhlghnar. Investment in samples requlre4
kidnaped was recovered Tuesday large lot. 1 mile fromtows. refundable upon return. Answer
FTh 'Only $13.69Per Price $5,500.00. Term! in own handwriting stating quali-
morning near the ice plan'in\; flcatlons. Confidential. Box 823-A

Starke. : Small acreage tract North aid Bradford County Telegraph.
150 Month South of Starke am I'. S. 301. Ztp 3/8

torre The Martinez cab driver 49,Arsenio told Gainesville Dela-- 1rk Channels 36 and 4 I Water fro.t I.ta.. Lake Such. Ft. INTRODUCTORY OFFER
\V. Call St.
BOTTOM police that two men took Finished Klagkler Lake Home for Fulbrite Floor Polish
rent let :9 weeks' IB Jnne aud.ugust
taxi at Mon-
over his knifepoint. a Regularly $1.33
VMM) kr "'week ISSjOO 'r per qt.
day nightand forced him into WINKLER% the BOBth. Now A Fuller Brush Special

the back seat where he stayed
FLORIDA REALTY CO. 3 Qts. For Only $1. 9
untflthey let him out near Gain- L '
PHONE Electric Service Of Starke Limit ope special to a customer

esville. AN ALL-OUT EFFORT was made this year at the.B & G truck Telephoae. 3X3S55 YOUR
found anandoned Ave. Starke Fla.FOL"ND FULLER BRUSH
The cab was stop to aid the March of Dimes fond. Bliss Eola Mae Akridge and Temple ,
854 in Starke about 9 a. m. Tuesday : 234 N. Temple Ave. DEALER
Mrs. Ruth Broadway display some of the collection devices which JESSE M.
HITTER
morning. Representatives of the
cab company took the cab back brought In about $128 during the drive. Maxie Carter Jr.. chapter Phone 166 Starke, Fla. Owner may- have Dalmatian by paying puppy.board P. O. Box 855 Phone 8376

d1a1rmaD. said that the total for the campaign was $3,822.68. bill and ad. Chas. E. J1mesmil. ,- t
to Tampa Tuesday afternoon. .. South Rd. 100. Itp Green rove Springs, Fla. 2t