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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 8, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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PROCLAMATION COUNTY TELEGRAPH '

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VOLUME SEVENTY-EIGHT STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. MARCH 8, 1957 S NUMBER THIRTY-SEVEN
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Swish"INASMUCH
Esters of the r -. -


as the Good Men of Starke and sur- Sisters To Start OfficialsOkay Election

rounding area have so nobly sprouted hirsute appen- Citizens Council To ReportOn System

dages of varied types in commemoration of the 100th

Anniversary of the City of Starke; Their SwishingAt I School Studies At MeetingReports Bid For Signals Change Is PushedCouncil

AND INASMUCH as they have had to bear the

brunt of feminine scorn and ridicule, while said Meeting Today I from the different committees of the Citizens Coun- At Fatal CrossingThe

feminine citizenry has heretofore enjoyed absolute cil for Better Schools will be heard at a special meeting in the To Ask For Special Act

freedom from any mandatory restraint, now thereforeI An organization meeting of I Starke Elementary School\ cafetorium next Tuesday night at Bradford County Commissioners Will Need ;

hereby PROCLAIM: "Sister of the Swish" feminine I 7:30 -o'clock. The meeting is being sponsored by the Elemen- Monday added their support Approval Of VotersThe

fun club for Starke's Centennial tary School PTA to the clamor for an auto-

THAT IN MEMORY of their Pioneer Great will be held at a luncheon in The following reports of conditions found in the various matic signal device at the spur Starke City-Council Tuesday night voted to set up

Grandmothers of yore, ANY AND ALL members of the Garden Restaurant at noon county schools will be heard: _Dr, T. G. Ritch. Sanitation and crossing on SR 100 as they! adopted the machinery for a change in the voting rules for Starke

the female sex working or residing within the con- today (Friday). Safety; Freeman Register Jr., school bus needs; M.V.. Williams a resolution requesting the city elections but left to the voters the decision of whetheror

fines of Starke and surrounding area, shall hereafter, The meeting was called by Teacher Replacements and Salary Problems; Mrs. J. M. Seaboard Airline Railroad to install .not the machinery will be set into motion.
from this date until May 11, refrain from appearingin Mrs. Jim Chasteen chairman of I such a system.
; and W. E.
Smith, Classroom Shortages Repairs Equipment; The
The Commission took this action proposed change would establish -
the Sisters, following a procla-
public or on the streets and highways of our mation issued earlier this week Bigham Jr., Brooker School; :Mrs. G. W. Roberts Lawtey on a request from County Marked Autos five groups in which the

century old city while wearing Lipstick, Rouge, Eye- by Mayor W. T. Jackson. School; Frank Williams, Hampton School. Judge T. A. Yawn who pointedout various candidates would run in-

Shadow, Foundation Cream, Powder Mascara, Nail Mrs. Chasteen stated that A report and recommendation will also be heard from the the hazardous condition of stead of lumping them all together

Polish, Tinted or Bleached Hairdos, Perfume, or' around 50 women will attend to- Ways and Means Committee of the Council. the crossing and the need for a Uniforms Asked with the ones receiving the high

Jewelry, either singly or in matched combinations, day's luncheon meeting and Mrs. A. N. Holliday president of the Elementary PTA said mechanical signal device. est the votes winning as is done under
present system.
Cosmetic Permit each will ret t < The Commissioners were enthusiastic -
the Official then forth to
without first obtaining go that the following officials have been invited to attend the
constituted cruit new members for the or-I in their support of the The Council Tuesday night
issued the Sisters of the Swish a duly For Law OfficersConstables
by This ganization. "We couldn't let the meeting and will be available to answer questions following the measure which was requested by voted to petition the legislature

subsidiary of our Grand Centennial Celebration. men, with their' beards and top committee reports: Sen. Charley E. Johns Rep. Doyle E. Conner County Judge T. A. Yawn. Judge that: a special act to this effectbe

handsome cameo pin and choker will permit the hats have all the fun" Mrs. members of the School Board the Board of County Commissioners Yawn said that during the four passed but before it be insti-

wearer to use the above mentioned feminine emblan Chasteen said. '"Therefore we and the Bradford Hospital Trustees. years he has been in office three and deputy sheriffs tuted it must be approved by the

dishments without fear of reprisals.IT are organizing our Sisters of the The general public is invited to attend this meeting. people have been killed at the making arrests in Bradford voters in September.
to wear
Swish. We will soon see who crossing as the result of train- County were requested Opposes ChangeThe
IS FURTHER DECREED that this mandate identifying uniforms and use automobiles -
can look the most old-fashioned auto crashes. change in voting rules was
shall be enforced by a special female police force the men or the women. I'm i "For a motorist approachingfrom marked to designate opposed by Councilman W. H.

sometimes dressed in readily recognizable police uni- betting on the girls" she added. At BHS either direction it's diffi- them as law enforcement vehicles ([Billy) Noegel but he agreed to
Conditions Commission
by the County
forms, and at other times in secret. Mrs. Chasteen said that high- cult to see a train," the judge Monday. the proposal to petition for the act
after the
light of today's luncheon will be said as he described the hazardous referendum clause was
EVADERS of this mandate shall be turned over the appearance of several models condition of the crossing. He This action was sparked by included. -

to Ye Female Keystone Kops and Ye Awful Judgesof fashioning gowns of yesteryearthat Told School' BoardCutting said that a large billboard, sap- complaints from persons object- Mrs. Ruby Johns in proposingthe

Ye Kangaroo Kourt there to be tried, sentencedand will be appropriate for I plings and a pine thicket obscurethe ing to being arrested and forcedto voting change said that it

in accordance with the magnitude of wear during the Centennial per- motorist's view pay bonds by men wearing would enable a candidate to "pickhis
punished iod. Patterns materials, and A delegation from the exec:utive board of the BradfordMrs. "I realize that the Commissionhas civilian clothes and using un- opponent" instead of havingto

their offenses. other suggestions for making the High School ,PTA composed of R. V. Chapman presi- no authority to" compel the marked automobiles. run against the whole group.

GIVEN under my hand and official seal this dresses will be discussed the dent Mrs. E. A. Hall membe chairman, Merritt 'W. railroad to install this device," The crux of the complaints Mrs. Johns' original motion was

8th day of March, A.D. 1957. chairman said. As an entertain- Williams, chairman of the com mittee on safety, and Jack the judge said "but an expres- that when stopped on the highway to petition for the change with
has noth-
who
ment feature, Miss Sylvia Paulk.in Trawick, chairman.of the comm:ittee on health met with the sion of opinion directed to the by someone an intent of the action advertisedfor
ing to identify him as a law officer 30
days as required by law
old-fashioned will right parties might action."
costume cause
Also with the dele-
School Board Monday norning.
County : He advised a person does not know if .t,') that those opposed could ex-
W. T. JACKSON sing some period songs. I gation was Dr. T. G. Ritch wh) recently made a tour of ins the Commissionersto he is really arrested or the victim press their objections..
send
of
the
copies resolutionto
Mrs. Chasteen said that "dress i I Iup" I spection of the high school as member of the County Citi- of an extortion trick. Noegel this
MAYOR OF STARKE Saturdays will begin in Humphreys Gold the Denart I opposed procedure
Starke on March 16. Everyone. zens Council for Better Schools. ment of Public Safety and the The new request will affect I but the other Council members
read and hand- .* Constable Felix Sullivan and quickly to his
both men and is askedto Mrs. Chapman State Road Department. agreed proposal to
women ed over to the board a list of ]present. funds were very low, The Commissioners Robert Cox, marshal of Hampton -I"let the people vote on it," and
cooperate by wearing clothes readily
rt- recommendations that the High everything possible would be done and a deputy sheriff. Sulli- the referendum idea was included.In .
each stamped approval the resolution
Saturday in keeping with on -
to these conditions.
remedy They constable in
van, of Theressa is
the styles o'f 100 School PTA Executive Board I I after which CommissionerM. other action, the Council
years ago. considered of I also stated that they would get districts 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 (Graham -
were an emergency O. Harrell remarked that voted to accept a low bid from
I estimates on the repair of the New River and
nature, and ,asked that the board "every bit of pressure possible Theressa the Ford Motor Co. on a chassisfor
R3. fire escape and be on the lopk- Brooker) and has ,been active
Baptist ChurchIs give them consideration and im- should be exerted to get this a new power truck. A body
I out for another
pair.
in roads and
mediate attention. These rec- done." recently patrolling for the -truck, which had to be

r ommendations were: : Other 'activities directed to- making traffic arrests. Sullivan purchased separately, was not
til,4 a Established Fire Escape ward stirring action on he estab- reports ,directly to the County bought, but the council members

1. That the fire escape thatis NEW BANK SETS lishment of a signal at the crossing Commission and is not under the i proposed to check into the qua-
itb and jurisdiction of the sheriff. Both'
be
condemned closed
now : include a petition which i is lity of the products of several
Latest and made available for OPEN HOUSEThe of these men use unmarked automobiles .
In Service HereThe repaired being: circulated calling on of companies.The
tir and do not wear uni-
;
t use if the need should arise and ficials "to exert efforts to secure Council postponed actionon

: + L that an adequate number of fire new Community State installation of railroad croseisignals" !!! forms, a, request from the Florida
s N'iv t Styles extinguishers be installed in all Eaak will open.its doors to The' lssue'-was 'spotlighted by
r;. ": Madison Street Baptist at the'crossing: Power and Light Co. to rezone a
school buildings. the public for the first timeon a letter to Sheriff P. D, Reddish
t 1 d Church Starke's newest church The petition is being circulated!I piece of property Colley road
4'J ,rF 2. That strong disinfectant br Sunday, March 17, whenan from the Georgia division of the to
by Eugene Goodge light industry property until-
II operator ol
f' For was officially organized in serv-
$ "open house" will be held :
American Automobile Assu.
used daily in all toilets and uri-
the some of the members could meet
Friendly
SR
ices Stop on 100.
afternoon
Sunday at the
i't 1 x i nals in all school rest rooms. to give the people of Starkean about a complaint from Dr. Pal
x
Elementary school cafetorium.The with Florida Power officials.
P t opportunity to view the Lake of Atlanta who had
+ 3. That all rest rooms be mer
-it Starke I new church received the thoroughly scrubbed and disin- completed bank and its facilities Code Violated been arrested by Sullivan. The
unanimous endorsement of a World
v S fected. letter was turned over to the Prayer DayThe
( Folk council composed of 26 ministersand 4. That all seats of toilets be William S. Terry a bank By Radio Men Commission and read at the
deacons after they heard a official said that "in all ,
replaced where needed or repaired pro- meeting Monday.Dr. World Day of Prayer will
statement of reasons why a bability the bank will be
and repainted. Electricians Say Lake said he was stoppedon be observed in Starke today (Fri-
new church is needed which
was for business on the
Ceilings open Feb. 16 in Keystone Heightsby
Holes In day) with services at the First
presented by L. A. Canova. following Tuesday, March Sullivan and adcused of driv- ,
5. That holes in the ceiling of Presbyterian Church at 10 a.m.
The Rev. C. Bruce of 19." A four of
Stallings complaint by Starke'selectriciana
i
the girls rest room in B build- ing 95 miles an hour between The fire siren will blow at 10
Brooker was moderator of the The "open house" will beheld that"the city's electrical '
ing be patched. Starke and Keystone by a mane a.m. to remind people to stop and
council and the Rev. L. A. Rawls from 2 until 6 p.m. code had been violated in i
6. That padlocks be put on any "attired in civilian clothes with pray for world missions and peace
of Jacksonville was 'clerk. with the officials of the bankon construction of radio station l ,
py door leading into the attic of B an open collared shirt out at the through the world.A .
I During the 124 hand to greet visitors WRGR was dismissed by the City I

program persons I building. waist. The arresting officer'scar special offering taken at the
and show them the bank's Council this week as invalid '
were received into the fel-
I 7. That necessary repair be had no markings and had a''j services will be divided between
.. lowship of the new church, the made in the main building to features. The electricians A. W. Masters regular issue tag he said. The home and foreign mission pro-
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Earle R. M. C,
Church Covenant was unanimously eliminate the bare electric wires Moench 'j AAA asked Sheriff Reddish to jects of the National Council of
Patty Lawson looks pretty as a picture from the past as she steps I adopted and officers were that there. Wells and F. \V. Graudon said (Continued on Page 4)) Churches.
now
are
out on Call street in he''r costume from the-olden days and exchangestiens I elected. The Rev. Clifford Walk...1 Dr. Ritch confirmed these rec- Council Okays in a letter that the code had been I I

on Centennial styles with Centennial Celebration Chairman er Missions, secretary of the Cooperative I ommendations and asked thee violated electrician because did the a job non-licenswd without Pair Nabbed By Starke Police;

Guy Andrews. Patty said she was tired of the men having all of the Department of th School Board to do everything
Florida securing a permit or an inspec-
fun out of the Centennial so she donned a 19th century style frock Baptist Convention possible to remedy these condi- New Contract
40 Gallons Of Moonshine
Taken
preached the
and gave the folks a preview of things to come. as well as the dedication morning and sermon eve''tions. Mr. Williams stressed tion.The electricians also complainedthat ,

ning services. that safety measures, must betaken the radio tower is hazardousto --........ .,.,.,- ..
and urged close coopera- On Natural GasNew the community because no fa 3 "'.- ,.'
pro-
$3224 Sought In Bradford County New officers are: Jerry 0 tion of the schools with the local vision has been made for standby '.' .::'" t

$ Gay, moderator to serve until a fire department in safety Inspections power. -- \
pastor is elected; A. J. Thoma and in out fire
carrying terms of agreement with Council members said that a I

As Red Cross Drive Gets UnderwayA Sr., ;clerk Mrs.; L.Mona A. Canova A. Canova treasurer drills. the Houston Gas "covering the permit is not needed if a person I
) ConditionIn
Deplores natural gas operation to be insti- is installing wiring on his own
music director; Miss Joan Furlong '1 reference to the deplorable tuted in Starke* were approved',, premises and the building code is

Starke serviceman stationed ty Chapter of the American Red organist; P. T. Nolin. sup. condition of rest rooms, Mr. Tuesday night by the Starke City; not violated if the wiring passes _
overseas received plane fare to I Cross. erintendent of Sunday School; F Trawick who is also county Council amid a discussion of the. inspection.The

rush home to the bedside of his This year, with county Red A. Danney associate superintendent ,. sanitarian, offered to teach a natural gas deal. wiring at the radio station, i

critically-ill baby. He and his Cross activities still very muchin ; Charles Oakes training I course on sanitary clean-up meth- The new agreements give the including the wiring for the radio
wife are given financial assis- need and the National Red union director; J. T. Lawson. associate ods to the school janitors. The city "a 'better proposition than it tower, was installed by the ntta- j'I

tance during their subsequentthree Cross disaster fund reserve at a director of the Trainin. offer was accepted. had before" City Clerk Carl Johns tion's owners Dolph Chamberlinand 1
.week's stay in Washington record low Bradford residentsare Union; Mrs. N. A. Lawson, pres Mrs. Hall remarked that "It is remarked. The new contract sets Fred Temple. I

D. C. while their baby if being asked to raise $3,224. ident of the Woman's Missionary r hoped that the county school up specific allotments of gas on Power Superintendent Riley I

in Walter Reed Hospital.This The%1957 drive, for the $3,224is Union. finance situation will improve in a monthly basis to be provided the Wasdin told the Councilmen that
is only one' example of officially under way with Mrs. Pulpit committee to serve untia :I the future but in the meantime,, city for resale to customers and he had inspected and approvedthe

the financial assistance, aid, com- J.. M Smith as chairman of the pastor is elected: J. F. JaudonM. whose child is expendable!" cuts the minimum amount the wiring in the radio building

fort and safety education per- drive. More than half the Brad- L. Lawson, R. O. Dansby'. The School Board accepted city is required to pay for from tefore the power was turned on.

formed yearly without fan I ford quota will be spent locally. Freeman Register Jr. James W \ these recommendations and it 65 per cent to 50 per cent. j'I

fare -- by the Bradford Coun- (Continued on Page 4)) (Continued on Page 10) was stated that although the Johns said that July, 1958 has Insurance Talks S

been set by the as the
. OH, WHERE DID YOU GET THAT HAT? target date for beginning company the na- Set For MondayBy

tural gas operation in Starke. City Council

-.._ ,'..--..- ."- .'" -- -,_ ,--.J{<. :- .___ _ During the first year the contract .

.9.....:., .Jrt-:::: .: "', calls for the city to take 432,000 The City Council served notice
: ;Jt: therma for resale purposes. The Tuesday that a meeting to hear
L< ,'rf next year this will climb to 560,000 the proposals of the city's three

_. therms and the third year to 670- insurance agents will be held for
000 therms.
certain Monday night.
The,first few years of the opera- I The meeting was originally set
4 4r
a tion all of the gas will be used up for Feb. 25, but was postponedwhen Charges of possessing and the police car. He said that they

for resale to domestic'customers one of the agents could not transporting moonshine were carefully watched the police car

r and not for the power plant, Johns be present. City Clerk Johns said placed against two Negro men as they drove past and after

said.Some that subsequent efforts to,establish after they were arrested early getting by turned around in their
f of the Council memberssaid 'a meeting date have beenunsuccessful Friday morning while traveling seats to keep it in view.

'qt. : they had been asked if the with one or more of through Starke. Forty gallonsof Miles said he stopped them,

: revenues from other sources wouldbe the agents unable to attend on moonshine were confiscated radioed; for Tomlinson and began
used to pay for the costs of the nights designated.No from their car, police said. asking routine questions until

k the natural gas operation. charge will be made in the The pair Kermit L. Clark Tomlinson arrived in the other
frt' "Other utility income will not Monday night date. Council'Chair and Clarence Parris, both'of police, car. On investigation of

be pledged"' Chairman T. C. man T. C. (Cliff) Hazen said. Gainesville were released, un- the Negroes' car, a 1938 Ford

(Cliff) Hazen replied. Johns pointed Either the insurance men appear, der' $250 bond each and Mayor they found eight five gallon

out that the gas operation send a representative or get left W. T. Jackson set their trial for drums of shine covered with a

:Ma would be independent of other out. March 18 in Mayor's Court. blanket in the back seat.

""'" utilities. The original survey of The_three agencies writing policies The arresting officers Earl Finger prints of the pair were
the feasibility of natural gas in for the city are the Doyle Miles and Shep Tomlinson taken by officer Johnny Barden
Centennial headquarters on Con ,i reet put the 1857 style derbys a dashing figure in their Centennial finery are (I-r). John Starke indicated that about $300.- Conner agency Charley E. Johns said they nabbed the two .men and sent to the FBI to determineif

and top hats.on sale last week ab.L'|rV*:enjoyed booming business .C. Stephens C. Larramore Cecil Douglas, Dick Kessler, .and 000 would be needed to_ lay the agency and the, Harold Wall I shortly after 1 am. in front of the men have any previous
ever since. Among the tint to pur !/? one of the Centennial head- pipes and set the operation in agency. They have recently com-: Seeber Goodman's service stationon convictions. '

gear was Po ti tfer G._J. McGriff. it. right here fitted out by Thurman Jones. Stacks of derbies In foreground were quickly depleted motion The engineers proposedthat pleted independent surveys of the South Walnut street. The men said they had gottenthe

Centennial Chairman Guy Andrews, ever' and Brush .Chairman Ira but reinforcements hate arrived and are on sale dally at the all revenue bonds issued for city's insurance situation and Miles said he became suspicious moonshine load from anothercar
the initiation of the, gas system are to report their findings to the of the pair because of their near Jacksonville and were
Court Street
There is
Harris. I headquarters. even a Junior size for Junior. be from Council
paid only sales. '
.. gas nervous attitude at the sight"of hauling it to Gainesville..
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editorial 1 Farmer's.Diary A Message From Daddy PAGE TWO FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1WT

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f By Sam McGamy 3a <- THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Where Did You Get That Hat? scareful men around"i t EST. 1979FLOkIDA'S

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OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER

Years ago there was a popular song with e PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY
Edwin Starling had an anxious
the somewhat inquisitive title: "Where Did You F" UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD.
moment last Saturday, when he
Get That Hat?" was burning some rubbish. .A. PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS
MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE FLORIDA UNDER
With a little updating, this same tune might whirlwind' carried some'sparks into THE ACT OF MARCH 3. 1575..r25Z52S25i'QS'.

well as a theme song on Call Street his berry patch and burned upa 4 5 5" chas
serve
very
F
small part of it before he could 74nr
these days. put out the blaze. Good thing he ,, ,. been selected as delegate to Richard moved from Arcadia to

The Centennial hats for men (derbies and we had a little frost this was there at the time! | 1 a'J attend the Florida Education Ocala, where :Mrs. Richard is

) arrived last week and received the week, but they were light ones and 55 Association meeting in Tampa, manager of Western ,Union. Mr.
toppers
March 1415. she will representboth and Mrs. Richard visited here
did not do much harm far
as
folksas so
from the men ,
of the
same enthusiastic greeting Now that the Brothers Sunday and Toye
returned
Hampton and Brooker Ele- home
heard. We visited the farm of
did the Brothers of the Brush badges and we Brush are in ample evidence in 1a mentary Schools.Mr. with them."Brothers .
Within few hours the I. B. Thompson and it did not the county (and it has caught on :'._ \t
the Centennial ties. a of the Brush"
appear that the frosts had nip- and Mrs. Thomas Wads-
all over the county, not alone ,
and rush .
supply of hats was almost exhausted a ped any bloom at his patches. He Starke) in the gals will have to h 4 ., worth and family of Bunnell Better Get A Badge

order sent off for more. has two plantings; one' of 90's get started as Sisters of the Swish. ..... ;r. ,' spent last weekend in Hamptonwith Beard-growers in Hampton-
i' "
lot of fun which were loaded with fruit and :;.;e. .:. ; his Mr. and Mrs.G. .
Evidently the men are getting a ; We asked a young lady in Starke "'" 4.. 'a 1 Y parents and that's all the males who
another of virus-free Missionary and she P. Wadsworth. Sunday visitorsat don't want to run afoul of Starke's
don't thinka about it replied (anony.
out of their "new look and if you Mrs. Barbara Page receives a message from her husband, Radioman -
plants which are really pretty. mously by special request): the Wadsworth home were kangaroo court in the next three
beard, plus a string tie plus a top hat or "It looks like we.gals are going I First {pass Harold C. Page stationed in the Antarctic, as their Mrs. Sam Anderson of Starke months-can get badges to show

derby changes the looks just try it and see. "I. B." wasn't home at the time to have to get out long dresses, 1 two children, Ronald, 5, and Deborah, 3, eagerly anticipate hearing and Mrs. Bob Turner of the their good Intentions from Don
to have their innings, J From daddy. Sirs. E. A. Hall of the Starke Red Cross delivers the State Farm.
The girls are going and while we were looking at all button shoes, sun bonnets, and Hill or Claude May these two
too, and soon their bonnets and bows will be the pretty ripe fruit, we got hun- change our figures. We'll have to I message. The Red Cross serves as the link between the men at the Toye Richard spent last week said this r-eek. Hill and Slay are

as evident on Call Street as the men's beards. gry for the berry taste and bent get out snuff cans, buy some "3 ]base i and their families, delivering the messages which are relayedto here with her grandparents, Mr. the Hampton representatives on

and hats. over, picked and ate one. It was Thistle Snuff" and make some the U. S. by radio. Page, stationed art air base at McMurdo and Mrs. J. G. Adkins, while her the "Brothers of the Brush" com

Already the Centennial has done much for good but we felt guilty when his snuff brushes out of little twigsof Sound, left the U. S. Nov. 1 abroad the icebreaker, U. S. S. Glacier, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin mittee for Starke's centennial.
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and it is inspiringto son Wayne suddenly appeared in oak trees. to take supples to the-men stationed there. Mrs. Page is living with .
the morale .of the community the field and caught us. r
her mother, Mrs. Arvie Maze at 341 \V. Call St.
see how wholeheartedly everyone is joiningin lad a nice visit with Mr. and

the fun (and work). It is also heart-warming Incidentally, Wayne, who is 16 Mrs. C. N. (Uncle Charlie) Cooper ,,....yy..... .......... Atlanta, Ga., spent three days Time for a New Car?
to note that beards and derbies are blossomingforth and a 10th grader at BHS, cleared at their home this week. Mr. with the L. A. Halls last week.

not only in Starke but also in Lawtey, about $350 with his FFA project, Cooper, who. was 90 this past HAMPTONBy They went fishing at Gulf Ham- Finance your new car easily
of He has August, was at one time the
a patch turnip greens.
Hampton. Brooker, and even in Keystone mock with M Simmerson. Mr. and economically at this
since it and has second largest of berriesin
plowed up now grower
.
Heights, which is in another county. That is Airs. Hall's sister, Mrs. H. Mayhew.of low,
sweet corn planted. this section. D. E. 11111auuu.u..uu.vuu bank. Interest rates are
how it should be, for this will be an area-wide t Lapeer, Mich. and :Mrs. Lola and build credit
Gilmore of Flint, Mich. spent a you your
celebration, and is more than welcometo Visited with Mr. and Mrs. Jame this
everyone We had a bull calf shut up Missionaries few days with the Halls on their standing as you pay off the
"get in the act." Wainwright and took pictures of week, and had H. A. Lawson som- Speak way to St. Petersburg. t t loan in convenient monthly
So if you're one of the few who hasn't got a beautiful Guernsey heifer they ing to pick the critter up to At Baptist Church Saturday supper guests at the
have. They got her from Penney butcher him. The rascal must Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fries home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton installments.
don't fight it
the Centennial spirit yet any Farms, and she is about to bring have known what we had in mind missionaries to the Philippine Misner were Mr. and Mrs. Rex
longer. Let your whiskers sprout, adorn .your her first calf. Also took a pictureof for just about two minutes before Islands' with the Far Eastern Davis Jr., Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
neck with one of those snazzy black string ties, the little Wainwright twins Mr. Lawson arrived, the black rascal Gospel Crusade, showed slidesof Vaughn, and :Mrs. Walter Oster- ,
cock that topper on the side of your head, and Wayne and Elaine, much againstthe busted out and high tailed it. the mission work there, gavea man and son, all of GainesvilleRev. 1D
go for a promenade down Call Street, Suh! Feel wishes of Elaine who cried The calf is causing a lot of trouble flannelgraph. and exhibited* and Mrs. Marvin Faile

better? Why of course you do, Suh. After all, during the operation. and we'll have him in the freezer souvenirs of that country, for and daughters left Sunday nigh'
soon. where at least we'll know the training union hour at Hamp-
Centennial for several days' trip to Lan-
have
Starke doesn't a every year. : .
They say history repeats itself, where he is.Everything. ton Baptist Church Sunday eve r 4+,p'Y..
caster, s. C. to visit Mr. Faile'sparents
Let's make the most of it while we can. .
but here's a reverse. In readingan ning, March 3. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
issue of the Telegraph of June is getting smallerall James Sims of Gainesville was Faile.

14: 1895, we found that Starke 'the time, particularly the guest speaker for prayer meet- Visitors Sunday at the' homeof ill 1
Citizens Carry The BallThe citizens of that era were removingtheir package sizes. Now there is a ing on Wednesday evening this Mrs. Ina Knight were Mr. and

breads. Drs. E. L. Stewart, move to cut down the size of the week, in the absence of the pas- Mrs. D. I. Knight and daughterand
Bradford Education Association, com- and J. O. Haynes, J. L. Frazee strawberry crate from the 36 to tor, Marvin Faile. Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Green

posed of Bradford County's teachers recently Esq., and Messrs. N. J. Jones, J. 24 pints. Next we'll have half Charles Prevatt and daughters, all 'of Heilbronn.Mr. a s'I
legislative which they M. Alvarez and J. M. Jones were pints of berries, and from there Wins Art Award and Mrs. R. O. Simmonsand
adopted a program pro-
listed as using a razor to advant- the next step will be the sale of Charles Prevatt, son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watter- I
and \
ceeded to push with a great deal of vigor
age. berries by the dozen, we suppose. Mrs. J. B. Prevatt of Hampton. sen attended a barbecue suppe.
zeal. "Let me have half a dozen awarded
was a certificate of mer- Saturday at Mt. Pisgah Church
But their zealous attitude in their drive to Asked a waitress'in a Starke strawberries," will be the order.ofthe it for an entry in the National near Live Oak, where Wilbur Hallis

enlist support from legislators and citizens restaurant what she thought of housewife in the future. And Amateur Art Contest, conductedby pastor.Mr. .
Johns for all the beards around town and not so long ago, people used to Art Instruction, Inc. of Minne- and Mrs. J. W. Horne and
Sen.
from Charley
brought a scolding she replied: "There are a ]Ipt of buy a bushel of berries at a time! apolis, Minn. Charles was pre- Mrs. Betty May drove to Palatka
remarks made by teachers, and an implied FLORIDA DANK at STARKE
some
to ................v....... we had cottage prayer meetingin sented with the certificate at Sunday to visit Mrs. E: D. Allen ..
that the teachers were trying push
charge
Bradford County High School in the hospital there with the
their program through without consulting the some of the homes in prepara- where he is a sophomore, last Aliens' new son, Billy, who was
HIGHLAND) tion for the revival. The pastor Member Florida National Group
legislators or other groups. It was also chargedby t 1 week by Mr. Smith of St. Pet born Feb. 28.
Rev. George Chism, extends r rit..5d
some that the teachers were mererly tryingto cordial invitation to tc ersburg, representative of the Mrs. Mary Dean Spencer.
pomote a pay raise for themselves.The Ity Sirs. Lacy Nonnaaau..uu.uuu :: attend. everyone company.Mr. teacher of the 4th and 5th gradesat
and Mrs. L. Huckaby of Hampton Elementary School
&&&. &
teachers have recognized .the conflicts .4&

and unfavorable reaction that their campaign has Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Starlingand REV. McALILEY WILL .

produced in some parts and have announced in- children of the State Farm ATTEND ASSEMBLY S

tentions to turn the problem of the school situa- attended church here Sunday.Mr. Rev. W. S. :McAliley of Stark,i
tion over to the Citizens Council for Better and Mrs. M. L. Thompsonand has been officially certified by COME ONE COME ALL!

Schools a move which we consider to be a grandchildren of Jacksonville Dr. E. C. Scott, Stated Clerk of
visited the Lacey Normans last the Presbyterian Church, U. S.,
wise one. Sunday afternoon. as a commisssioner to the General
With the creation of these conflicts and side Mr. and Mrs. David Kirklandand Assembly annual meeting to be

issues the solution of the problem of where the ,children of Jacksonville were held in Birmingham, Ala., April BKWD H AT F EED FE
money is coming from to finance the schools Sunday guests of Mrs. Ruth Marr. 2530. Reverend McAliley will attend

drifts farther away. Fro Manning of Jacksonville as an official voting repre-
brought Raife Manning here to senttive of Suwannee PresbyterySome
The interest and cooperation of all groups and spend the weekend with the L. 475 commissioners from
citizens in the County is needed to work out a M. Normans. seventeen states attend. These f'A. *

solution to the problem. Homer Smith of Burton, S. C. men meet in the highest court of Me V .

But where do we go from here? We still was here last week. He is tryingto the Presbyterian Church, to review 41! \
sell his home here, so guesswe the work of the Church for b
with The teachers R. Johnson Farmers I II
have the basic problem us. Supply
will lose this dearly beloved the past year, and to set in motion .
have presented their solution one calling for family. ? the program for the coming tfEED' .

money which must come from some tax source. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sapp and year. n
Their solution also affects the tax assessor's children of .Green Cove Springs \' SAT. MARCH 9TH

office which is a public office, and the hospital were supper guests of the Lacey ,
,\ ,
Normans Thursday night. tft..t::
which is a public institution.The .
BLACK HIISPASSIOH
THE
SEE P.M.
Don't forget the revival start- I 11:30 A. M. TO 1:00
schools themselves belong to the public,
ing March 4. Bro. Arvis Crews PLAY \
are paid for by the people train the young peoplein will do the preaching, and Win- It.
our society and affect the future of our com- fred Wilkinson will be the song February 10 i to April 21 \\ \ V
For Performance Schedule l. VieePtize1! lots of fun I
munities. Whether our schools, are among the leader. Larry and Fred Pendarviswill WALES \J
best in the state or among the worst is for the be ushers and will greet wni, .i i. LAKE ,

citizens and taxpayers to decide. everyone at the door. Last week ..
4 BIG
The creation of the Citizens Council, composedof ..
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J I .
representative elements of the County's society, .. I

presents Bradford Countians with a means of : MUSIC
COUNTRY
obtaining an unbiased report on the school's BIO SPECIAL .. 'P
conditions., From the reports we hear the members -

of the Council are making a diligent,
.
thorough survey of the schools' needs. PROGRAM

Next Tuesday night, the Citizens group and w Tii t' RBOMTFBBD2W .

all other parties concerned in the school issue I m( FEATURING

will meet to discuss the problem. This meetingis SAVE GiVe Yoti Better Results

an excellent opportunity for a forward step k }; ,' BIG CHIEF WILLIS ,
toward a solution to the problem to be taken. ;

But any solution outlined by the Council or Bigger' h AND HIS

s5 .,, I
any other group will need the wholehearted back- 220"big LITTLE INDIANS
.V
ing of the taxpayers. 1

? r I Stars of TV's "Country Frolics"

.... S Come In And Register For
Write Your CongressmanEfforts big 15 cu. \
There is no waste in RED HAT feeds. RED HAT is

in Congress to slash the President's ( \, ____ -,.' ; ft.freezer.upright blended of ingredients that work efficiently,,giving FREE COOKWARE
;: with less feed. Only
record peacetime spending budget of 71.8 billnn you maximum production .
dollars are being lustily cheered by the folks tite-seal con* RED HAT contains C-87, an exclusive combinationof FREE RED HAT FEED ETC.

back home. Members of Congress from both struction guards peak of flavor. vital nutrients in a properly balanced ratio Thisproper I

parties are being deluged with mail from con- Model YYM5 convenience features. balance of nutrients means better teed con- Remember The Date Sat., March 9thversion
big
better results I ,lower J feed' costs. Come in and .
stituent protesting against the Eisenhower 11:30 A.M. To 1:00 P. M.
spending program for the year starting July 1. 0 complete warranty coverage. let us show you the benefits of a complete RED.HAT r ._

Even House Republican Leader Martin, ordi- feeding program. (1

narily a staunch administration supporter has Whinftaoot FREEZER .
called the new budget "unbearable to the American -

view people that ,he" and agrees stated with on grassroots a television sentimentfor inter- I Regular Price 499.95 00 o r the big fffl> M sign On/g REO IIAT

reducing spending so that next year the
Trade-In On Any ApplianceYou .
"the tax cut which they longto I '
people may get Conlain9 J.G7!
r
have. Have To Trade
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The President himself, after submitting the .

record budget to Congress, half-apologetically ,
invited them to trim it where they could. And

Treasury Secretary Humphrey, denounced the YOUR PRICE $279.95

budget as too big and predicted that unless the

government started cutting expenses we'd havea. \

.. depression our leaders that would themselves curl our think hair.If that the CHAS. C. SHEPHERD. A. R. Johnson's F armers'Supply I


budget is too big, who are we to say that theyare TV Radio
Seat Covers
Upholstering
\\Tqng'l Why not make .it unanimous by 317 EAST BROWNLEE STREET; STARKE FLORIDA
Phone 239 Starke Fla.
that ,
writing your Congressman today urging .
the new budget be trimmed of excess fat. -

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA
PAGE THREE
FRIDAY MARCH 8, 1957


I FFA STEERS BEING READIED FOR STOCK SHOW I challenge to you to produce more FFA boys. They are built of

: corn per acre. concrete and on a concrete base.

This year we have three varie- Heavy enough to stand, but light
ties for Dixie 18,
.A e* cribbing core -
enough to move about when
you
n Funks G-740 or Yellow White
f i need to cut weeds or do some
Cokers 811 is white. You are
grading.The .
taking a dangerous chance when
'< t r you try to save hybrid seed from FFA boys under supervisior
of Paul Hutchins and Joe Woodsare
crib.-I have
your. own seen some
1 good stands and I have seen some I. making these posts and they
( to will soon have extra ones for
drop nearly nothing.
t : I It V sale at a very reasonable price.A .
New Florida 200 Corn
well constructed post and
I By Geo. T. Huggins The Farm Bureau has made
:
: painted mail box with name plate
possible several FSA and 4-H
County Agent adds to community pride.
plantings of this new field com
:
4( In two year test trials it averaged
If short of plants
Tobacco Setting Week you are
just a little better yield NOTICH TO APPEARI.
aof This' good weather (Monday) there is good supply around than our other hybrids and has Circuit Coart. Bradford C..tT, .
Brooker. Those boys went strongfor .Florida IB Chancery.
is putting a growing yield on good keeping qualities: Only Edward D. Parr, Plaintiff. Rose
plants. some tobacco will be.set the v tobacco soil bank. enough seed was available this Elizabeth Fowler Farr, Defendant.
t this week and all will be set Garden Tomato Plants to Case No. 10-1041
year get some plantings spread Notice. AppearTo
very soon. Read a little report the other over the state for field trials. We : Rose Elizabeth Fowler Farr
w Wireworms causes damage tc day where a good application of expect to have about 12 one- whose Unknown.residence and address Is:

tobacco each These pests dried manure had been made tc ..
year. acre plots for our observations: You are hereby notified !lat a
s will average about an inch long tomatoes. Yields were increased Good Record Book Response suit for divorce
I. baa been filed against you In the
when well grown'and resemble a on an average of about one Our new Farm Record Book is! above named Court and cause and
a t'L jointed wire. They puncture and I fourth. I you are required to serve a copy of
taking well with our farm people.
your answer or pleading to the
tunnel stems and roots of field I Poultry manure is an organic I We have distributed nearly 75 complaint on the Plaintiff

crops like tobacco, corn and fertilizer and has some extra pot- of these 56 page books.It Attorney Ralph Roberts., 202 Professional ..
-- Building Jacksonville
-- --- 2
sweet potatoes. ash that suits tomatoes. Thinkit is designed for the entire Florida
Interest in the forthcoming FFA Steer Show and Sale to be held month-old Hereford-Angus (cross. now tipping the scales at around Several tobacco growers have is worth cleaning out the family and farm It and file the original in the office of

In Gainesville In April was shown last Sunday afternoon when a 600 pounds. Albert Allen Shadd, 10th Grade FFA member,, is the had good results from Aldrin or chicken house and trying.F. also follows the income program.tax formso the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on or

group of 30 livestock enthusiasts toured the county to view prospec- proud owner. Other FFA steers viewed Sunday were the ones be- Chlordane added to the trans F. Flume will have some of that your next return will be otherwise 18th day of March 1957;

longing to Jerry Suggs of Brooker, i r.,:d Sidney Newman of Starke. planting water. Add about one our earliest tomatoes if frost easy to make and there will bea Complaint will the allegations be taken as of confessed said
the entries. At left above is "Pike, one-year-old Hereford-Angus fourth pound of 25 percent Aldrinor lets them alone. He by you.
Members of the Bradford County Farm Bureau, the Cattlemen's As- set some good chance of saving you
This notice skill
cross, being fattened for the show by its owner, Dick Smith, son of sociation,.and the SoU Conservation Supervisors were represented on 50 percent Chlordane to 50gallons the last day of February. money. The book is free to, you once each week for four be consecutive published
of water. A good Brooker Plant Hybrid Corn weeks In the Bradford County Tele
Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith of Starke. At right is "Jitterbug," 10- the tour. I just for asking. graph.
farmer, N. G. Hayes, will tell you We cannot be satisfied until FFA Community Project Dated this 12th day of February

to add a big snuff can full. An 100 percent of our field corn is! You should soon begin to 1957.
see
itVRU VVVvVyVmmm Dorman, and Mrs. Leila Peavy, all the of Mr effort to wireworms is (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
ville.Mrs. was Saturday guest prevent a hybrid variety. This is not a very attractive posts for mail I Clerk of the Circuit Court.
of Ocoee, Mr. and Mra J. C. Edwin Starling and sons, and Mrs. B. E. Reddish.Mr. good insurance for tobacco. plug for the seed dealer but is a boxes in front of the homes of By Marian L Crosby Deputy Clerk
LA1YTEY\ Prevatt and family of Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thomas carried 2/15 4t 3/8
and Mrs. Rosier had -- --- ---- --
Ray __ .... ..
and Mrs. L. H. Harper and familyof Mrs. Agnes Cleveland, who has as guests during the 'weekend II- jrt 16A' "-v.'IIIntT' -- --" -----------

dy Mrs. Joyce T. flitch Kingsley Lake, and Mr. and /been vsiting Mrs. Thomas, to
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Tyre of
Mrs. Truman Norman and sons. Apppka last week.
AAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAA&Friday Gainesville, Ga., and Mrs. Mit-
-- Mr. and Mrs. James Hilliard
The Theodore Crews
family chell of Trenton.Mr. I
afternoon guests of Mr. and family of Jacksonville were
dinner of theJ.
.were Sunday guests
and Mrs. H. C. Kelly were Mrs. Sunday guests of his parents, Mr. : T. and Marklee Padgett fami- : and Mrs. Edward Beebe

Betty Driver and children and and Mrs C. L. Hilliard.J. [lies in Clay Hill. and daughter, Lois, and son.
Frank, and Mr. Beebe's parents BANAN .,
Mrs. McCowen and family of Jack- .
B. Gaskins and son, Bill,
sonville. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Johns and moved to the former Arwood
made a business trip to Bushnell
of Jacksonville
family were home this weekend. Mrs. Beebe
Mr. and Mrs. William Preston and Webster to get pepper plants.O. weekend guests of Mr and Mrs.
in
teaches the grade our
eighth
Green Sr. announce the arrival of J. and Coleman Phillips Ernie Johns and Ronald Kimbrell. .

their son, William Preston Jr., on made a business trip to Chatta- They all attended Homecomingat school. V

Friday, Mar. 1, in Orange Park hoochee on Tuesday. Heilbronn on Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Harrisof
Hospital. Mr. Green brought Mrs. Jacksonville were Sunday [ The Price is Great -
Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Mills, Sr., and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and
Green and the "baby home on Mon- and Mrs. H. L Tyner, of Jackson-,Joan spent Thursday evening.with guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. R :.. = :z: The Bananas are simply

day Little Ben Green celebratedhis ville were Sunday guests of Rev.i Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Miles in Lake Whitehead and daughters. 5.7 perfect So come right

sixth birthday just one day and Mrs. W. L. Mills, Jr. and Butler. Buck Harvey of Macclenny down to your A&P and Lb -
before his brother came. visited Mrs. E. M. Futch and .
familyMr. Diana Bennett of the State pick plenty of these
.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hamil- Floyd on Sunday.Mrs. -,
and Mrs. Jose! Starling and I r
Farm with Luscious Golden Firm I'I
spent Saturday night
ton of Jacksonville spent the. i
Sam Hicks and Mr. and _
daughter, Geraldine, spent Sun- her- courfns, Judy and Brenda 4 .. Ripe .
weekend with his parents, Mr.and afternoon in Jacksonvillewith Mrs. Glenn Shuford had as week- 'l_. __ .
day Bennett.Mr. i
Mrs. Herm Hamilton.Dan Rev. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs. end guests Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Phillips was .the Friday Edwin Starling, Shirley John- a"_d Jxrs. E. A. Jones and Martin and son of Daytona andMr. ,1 i o
night guest of Mr. and Mrs. daughters visited Mr. and Mrs. D.
and Mrs. Fred Mann of Jack
son, and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Crisp 2 Large Heads Fresh Crisp
Coleman Phillips in Waldo. R. Stone and family in Jackson-
sonville. Mr. Martin and
Starling, Jr. visited the Winton son re- N.
The Allan Harts spent Satur- Parrish family on Saturday.Mrs. vile on Thursday evening.Mrs. turned Sunday but Mrs. Mar LETTUCE 25 c CELERYCOLORED 1 stalk ISc

day with the A. J. Yarbrough S. D. Andrews and daughter tin remained for a longer visit.
family in Jacksonville. Lucy Wolkenmuth, Rev. Debbie, returned to their Miss Arthurine Blanchard camefrom r )
J. IJ. Kirkland and family of and Mrs. Harold Ziegler, and Mrs. home in Wildwood Saturday after

j Starke visited the Arvis Kirk- Lillian Snyder of Bradley Beach, spending sometime with her par- her Jacksonville beautiful new on Chevrolet saturdayin .x...

lands on Sunday. They all spent N. J. attended services at the ents, Mr. and Mrs Fred Moore.
sedan to spend the weekend with
the afternoon at Reptile Land in First Baptist Church on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sauls and QUARTERS Grade "A" FRYER Per Lb. 5 Lb. Box
her father, A. M. Blanchard and

Highland.Mr.. and. Mrs. D. B. Thomas evening.the First Rev.Methodist Legler is Church pastor of in family end of Hampton of Mr .and were Mrs.week-:' family.Mr. .
guests Guy
i 1.lbctn LEGS &
and family Mr. and Mrs Mitchell Bradley Beach. Futch and family. had as. and guests Mrs.for George the weekendMrs. Shuford : MOTLEY 20' THIGHS 49c $2.39

Brown and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Smith and Clifton Smith of Jacksonvilleand
Lois Carter and sons, and
Thomas had dinner at the Lobster family, of Jacksonville spent his mother, Mrs. L. C. Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling am'family 1'"
-' House in Jacksonville on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. G. of Walterboro, S. C. and Mrs.G. White HouseMILK Grade "A" Per Lb
Jacksonville.Mrs. 'I. 5 Lb. Box
of
Saturday eveniner._ _Donald nn_ and_____ W. Sapp and family. L. Sapp of Heilbronn were
Diana "Thomas remained over- Mr. and Us.. P. L. Dlnkins hadas guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. George Roberts spent 6 tall FRY !
I from Tuesday until Friday with cans JJclona BREAST 59c $2-89
night with Mr. and Mrs. Mac guests during the weekend Mr.I Tanner. her sister, Mrs. Pearl Whitnel
McKinney and went with them i and Mrs. Horace Cox of Jackson- Mr. and Mra Lyle Schmehl of
in Deland.
to Chiefland on Sunday. ville, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jacksonville, and Mr. and :Mrs.
Mrs. Glenn Shuford, Mrs. Sam! Y. C. Halves and Sliced No. 2 1-2 Can
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wilkisonand Dinkins of St. Augustine. Buford Higginbotham of Maxville

family, Mrs. B. L. WilkisonSr. Junior Smith of Jacksonville is were Sunday' dinner guests of Hicks, and Mrs. Floyd Martin BACON All Good ft

., and Hubert Wilkison were visiting his grandparents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. James Waters and were shopping. in Jacksonville on per Jge
Tuesday.Rev. PEACHES 27
weekend guests of Bennett Wil- and Mrs. Nathan Starling.Mrs. .
sons.Mr. L. Mills Jr., attendedthe
kison and family. B. L. Jr. has Troy Bennett attended and Mrs L. C. King and W.

returned from serving in Korea. homecoming at Heilbronn Baptist family spent Sunday with Mr Executive Board Meeting of Super Right

Charlie Wilkison went home with Church on Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Griffis in the New River Association in A&P InstantCOFFEE

them for a visit. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette of Starke. S.tarke on Monday night., fully cooked Ib

Tommy Carter and Clyde ,Valdosta who are moving to Mr. and Mrs Ed Carter and HZ HAMS per 59c

Wainwright were attending to Lake City, were Sunday over- family visited Mr. and Mrs. Nick FOR DEPENDABLE E $1.25

business in Jacksonville on Satur- 'night guests of Mrs. Boyette's Pope in Jacksonville on Sunday.Mr. .

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Durban and Mrs. Elmer Carter of

day.Mrs.. Mary Reddish' and Mrs. Clay Hill spent Sunday evening Termite Control A&P Fancy Sliced Bush Best Small ,
e
Joyce Futcli attended the revivalat Mr.: and Mrs: L. E. Smith and with the Ed Carters.Mr. '

Heilbronn on Friday. family of, Marietta spent Sunday and Mrs. G. F. Thompsonof e Household at Commercial 303
BEETSNOI
can
10e
Troy Bennett returned to his with the Ernest Raulersons. Ocala spent Die weekend WWI P *t CotS : LIMA BEANS l-ILcan 2 for 29c

work itt Ft. Lauderdale oti Z'\\n- }ii" Gloria. Anderson was the Ute R. C. Bryants. Grove Spraying I

day after spending several days Sunday guest of :Mr. and Mrs. Mallie Prevatt of Jacksonville I A&P Tiny WholeBEEP"

with Mrs. Bennett and Gary. H. R. Barratt and Mr. and Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs. John Brownon Call FK. 6-60S5 Ann

The Ladies of the First Baptist Bryant Wilkerson at the State Saturday.Rev. Page

Church met Tuesday evening, Farm. Geo. Chism of Highland, Florida: Pest Control 303'can 10
Feb. 26, to plan their- visitation Craig and Lissa Padgett of and Rev. Artis Crews held a. TOMATO SOUP 20-rc 2 for 31c
Chemical Co.
program. Mrs W. L. Mills, Jr. Maxville visited their father cottage prayer meeting at the &

was elected President; Mrs. Bry- Vernnie Padgett and family on home of Mrs. Senie Prevatt on I 24 N. W. 16th Ave. Niblet 12 Oz.
ant Reddish, Vice President; Sunday. Saturday evening.Mr. .
and Miss Elizabeth Terry, Secre- )Ir. and Mrs. Henry Tanner of and Mrs. Herbert Norman Oalmeavffle, Florida

tary and Treasurer. These ladies Jacksonville spent Sunday evening had as Sunday guests Misses Ella ,p CORN 2 for f 29c SPAGHETTI

will meet 1st and 3rd Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tanner. Peculia, and Eula Norman of i 15" oz l for 3Sc

in each month. Visitors are wel- Mr. and Mrs 'Ernest Souther- Lake Butler.

come. Those present at this land and grandchildren, and the Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hilliardgave I Green Giant No. 303 Can .

meeting were Mesdames 0. J. W. P. Kemp, Jr. family of a birthday party honoringtheir ,,

Anders, Sam Hicks, Glenn Shu- Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. son, Daryl, and daughter 'for Ann Page

ford O. J. Phillips, Selma Eunice, Rowell Prevatt and family on Janice, on Sunday afternoon I. / PEAS. 2' 33'

:Mary ReddiiA, Joyce Futch, Bry- Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs I.t ELBOW MACARONI 1.Jb 1SC'
ant Reddish, \V. L. Mills, Jr., Mrs. Susie Prevatt, who has Raymond Suber, Mr. and MrsJ. : 1 t\( I

Miss Elizabeth Terry, and the been staying with her daughter, O. Ogilvie, and Glenn Starling. \ \IJ I s J' Ann Page 46 Oz Can

Pastor W. L. Mills, Jr. Mrs. Mills Mrs. W. P. Kemp, Jr. in Starke, of Jacksonville, Mrs. Steve Star / -
served delicious home made cup it visiting her son and daughter- Warwick
Jr. and and LiU .7
ling family, TOMATO
cakes and fruit punch. in-law., Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Pre- Futch. Mrs. Hilliard served hei 1 JUICE 29C
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and vatt and their
new daughter. guests home made chocolate cak<: THIN MINTS 1 pound 3Sc
family of St. Augustine were Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradleyand .
and ice cream. Coldstream
weekend guests of- Mrs. John I family and Mr. and Mrs. Smart ., Fancy Pink
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph -'::
Shuford and Dave. I Paul Bennett and daughters attended -
and daughters of Jacksonville
Carl Prevatt. was the honor a birthday party for were-Sunday guests of Mrs.Mattie SALMON i* can 53' Worthmore Old Fashioned
guest at a dinner given by his Wayne Kersey at the home of

wife, Mrs. Carl Prevatt on Sunday his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Norsworthys.The Henderson. and the Colonel How he's grown! MILK CHOC. f

Those enjoying this lovely Kersey Sunday afternoon.Mrs. St. Clair Griffis family DROPS 12oz2 for39c

affair were Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. C. (Babe) Crews is ill THE
DOLLAR value of
Mrs.
had as guests on Sunday your
Harvey of Orlando, Mr. and Mrs at the home of her daughter, I -
Idell Lee, of Dover, Mrs A vie Ann Page
home and its contents has
Carl Peavy and family, Mrs. Gara Mrs. Alma Hamphille, in Jackson-
Luke and son. Mr. and Mrs. Er- White House Instant
increased tremendously in the
sell Luke, and Mrs. Sarah Kirbyof ANN PAGE DELICIOUS
Starke.Mr. past few years. And that SALADQuart

and Mrs. J. C. Pringleand means danger! DRY

family of Palatka spent Sun-
day afternoon with the C. S. You may be under-insured. DRESSING

\\ue says- e Mosleys.Mr. Disaster may rob you of unprotected TOMATO MILK

sO and Mrs. Francis Campbell
deters. Lt us
There's lot of spent the weekend in Gainesvillewith
a power '
Mr. and Mrs. J. Williamson. make sure NOW that you 45C llb.9 3-4

packed into today's autos. .. Q Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Prevatt have adequate protection. oz.

and a lot of good food value and family of Starke were, Sun
day dinner guests of Mr. and SOUP
T I is packed into our ice cream. Mrs. Leroy Donn and :Mrs. Senle Ann Page 53cGRAPE

Eat lots of it-it gives Prevatt.
Cottage meeting was 4
prayer
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lots of .
you go QS held at the home of Willie Grif :

fis on Monday evening. ..... 1.. ...M
Pastor W. L. ,Mills Jr, Fred
Moore, O. J. Phillips O. J. Anders '10 OZ.

It's good... :Miss Elizabeth Terry, and H. C. Wall Agency Jf LLY.. 3 2 9'- w.r.rr..rrI

Mrs. .Joyce Futch attended the CANS ,. '
m ,e It's SUPERIOR Constitution Services of the new .412 CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.
I Madison street Baptist Church Phone: : Oz '

ICE CREAM in Starke on Sunday afternoon;: 200 E. Cafl Street I tl' 1'9C' Prices in this ad effective through ,

Mr. Peeples'andl;f Everett Bur- i Saturday March 9.

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I If" FRIDAY MARCH 8, 1937

,. 66 State School Official Crawford-Martin. I Church Choir Honors I
John Ritch Weds
Challenge Seen Ads
SoldIn
Slated For Meeting Being
Mrs. Perryman With Gainesville Girl I

Of' Woman's. Club Covered Dish SupperThe Miss II I On School's Bid Booklet On
May Dale Wheaton and

2'i Z The Starke Woman's Club's Chancel Choir of the First John Carlyle Ritch, both of For Race. MoneyThe Starke HistoryJohn

March meeting, Wednesday after Methodist Church entertained at Gainesville, were united in mar-
noon at 3:30 o'clock, will be riage in Folkston
an a covered dish supper in the edu- Ga. on Monday -
Gladys Mooty "open meeting" for all .school cational Feb. 25. Bradford County Commis- A. Torode, chairman of

Phone 35 teachers, members of the school ning of last building week Thursday honoring Mrs.E. eve-. Mr. Ritch is the son of Mr. sioners indicated Monday that if the historical booklet to toe pub
the
board and the public at large to K. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch' Jr. o' hospital's share of race track lished in connection with Starke's
.. Perryman, church organistfor
Iw funds cut
are they will Centennial
-- I hear Dr James Campbell, approximately 40 who Gainesville and grandson of Mr. oppose celebration in May,

Honor Elizabeth JacksonTo i. assistant director. Division of A resigned the latter part years of last and Mrs. J. H. Ritch Sr of I any mofes of the School Boardto announctd yesterday that advertising -
Church Groups annex all of the
Administration and Finance of S Starke. additional space is now being reservedin

Mrs. Kokomoor WithA Wed Texas Man the State Department of Educa- year.Mrs.. Perryman was presented Mr. and Mrs.. Ritch are now I funds. this publication.

I tion, Tallahassee. Dr. Campbellwill with a lovely silver sandwich residing at 103 NE Second St., ;The County also has some "This will be the first historyof
Surprise ShowerMrs. talk on "Tomorrow's World tray from the choir members Gainesville.: pressing needs which a share of Starke published in booklet
as
a this money could help relieve, form," Mr. Torode
For Today's Youth." + i a token of her faithfulness and said. "It will
Donald Kokomoor was The will be under the service Thrift County Clerk Charles Darby contain many historical photo-
pleasantly surprised at a stork S Youth program Conservation Departmentwith to the church and choir Shop, Crew pointed out. graphs as well as other material
during her association with them.
Tuesday evening in the The discussion was touched of that will make
it
shower building Mrs. F. J. Pellum as Chair- Y Mrs. Charlotte Miller, accompanied Members of the Junior Wom- a treasured
education as Darby told the Commissionersthat souvenir for
Methodist and man and Mrs. R. R. Andrews, co- ri by Mrs. L. J. Green, sang for an's Club scheduled to work in years to come"The
members the
given by Circle 4 Servce chairman. Special guests at the i; t Mrs. Perryman, "I Love You the Thrift Shop during April be in clerk's office will soon booklet will also be the
Wesleyan desperate
of the need of official
more of the
members
program
Centen-
meeting will be members of the s Truly. rf and May are: April 5, Barbara
Guild, Unit 2. space as well as equipment."We nial Week events and will
; Little Women's Club. Following the Clements 13 con-
supper a seriesof ; April Charlotte
The shower was given after .- Hostesses for .the afternoon Barbara Crawford daughter of delightful games, under the Frees; April 20, Ernestine Regis- should go at changing the tain a synopsis' and cast of
and program Mr. and Mrs. W. T. race track characters of the
the regular business will- be: Mrs. Frazier Shaw, Crawfordof supervision of J. w. Ritch were ter; April 27 Nina Rabb; May money very cautiously historical extravaganza -
meetings of both groups which chairman, Mrs. Charles Harris, Lawtey, was united in mar- enjoyed. Mrs. Del Colley; actedas 4, Helen Taylor; May 11, Colleen ," Darby said. to be presented each
held in the Sunday school riage to Roy Martin of Starkein The race track funds are now night during the week of May
Sheltie chairman
were Mrs. Hall Mrs. R. F. of arrangements.Those Gray; May 18, Harriette Taylor;
rooms. Circle 4. with Mrs. E. J Demorest Mrs. C. J. Frazier, a ceremony in Georgia recently attending were choir members May 25, Jackie Criswell. If for split three ways, among the 611.Mr.
had 17 membersand Commission, School Torode and his
Schwab, leader, Mrs. Jack Parker, MBS. Claude their families and dates. any reason any of these girls Board and committeeare
present. Mrs. 'I u hospital. School now contacting local
three guests Crowson, Mrs. Ed Simpson, Mrs. cannot work on her given date, authorities have busi.
W. D. Thompson, program chair- A. E. McKinney, and :Mrs. Jesse Meetings Are Held Junior Women Hear please telephone Betty Jane Morgan advocated transferring a slice of, nesses and inviting them to sharein
theme "Christ the hospitals share to the School the publication of the historical -
man, used as her Newsome. at 360-W or make arrangements I
:Mourns Over the City She also -i By Methodist CirclesCircle Panel DiscussionOn to trade Saturdays with Board to relieve the school financial book through subscriptionsto

letter from Miss Phyllis someone. situation which has been advertising space.
read a is 1, 2 and 3 of the First School IssuesA termed "critical."
Martin of Lawtey, who a Luncheon MeetingIs

Missionary was also a in recent Ecuador visitor, and to who the Held By WMU of Methodist the.week WSCs met the first panel discussion on the financial $3,224 Is SoughtIn County To provide, the Commissioners the needs of are the 2 Fares In Year

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I II I Circle 1 was entertained Tues- situation of the schoolswas Red Cross Drive going to have three alternatives,
circle.Hostesses for the meeting were I Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Jackson of The monthly business and day morning at the Education conducted Monday night at Darby said raise taxes, go Not Enough For

Mrs. C. F. Haddock and Mrs. W. I Starke announce the engagement program meeting of the WMU of building by Mrs. Carl Johns. In the meeting of the Junior Wornan's (Continued from Page 1) into deficit spending or get ad-

Miller. I I I and approaching marriage of their the First Baptist Church was the absence of the circle leader, Club. ditional race track funds. Passenger CarThe
R. : daughter, Elizabeth, of Jackson- Mrs. T. H. Slade, the business Participating in the discussionwere The remainder will go to the
Mrs. R. S. Mullins, president held Tuesday beginning at noon Commissioners M. O. Harrell
National
ville, to James stalnaker of session was conducted by Mrs. School Superintendent Har- Red Cross to ,help
the meeting of the and H. A. Bishop Jr. said they Georgia Southern and
presided
over Austin, Texas, son of Mrs. Park, with a covered dish luncheon. Drew Ratliff mon Morgan, P. T. Nolin, Elementary countless human beings out of
would be Florida Railroad which
Service Guild, Unit 2 against giving all of runs
Wesleyan and Mr. Zoll Stalnaker of Austin,I The business session was con- School principal; Mrs. difficulty in other parts of she
in which there were eight members Mrs. W. G. Haile announcedthe the money to the schools. "I'll through Bradford County in its
Texas. I ducted by the president, Mrs. W. Arthur Holliday, president of the nation and all over the world.
and three visitors present.Mrs. World Day of Prayer to be fight against it." Bishop remark route from Palatka to Valdosta
The wedding will be an event I B. :Mundy. The Youth Director Elementary PTA, and Mrs. James Much of the Bradford County
Wayne Haines the devotion I held Friday morning at 10 ed. I j I received the approval of the
and Mrs. Louis gave Hillendahl of March 31 at \ o'clock in the Mrs.! J. E. Hardy, reported coun- o'clock in the church sanctuary. Groover, club representative to purse that goes to Red Cross Bradford Commissioners on its
Pine Level Baptist Church. I selors and leaders have been se- the Citizens Council. National Headquarters will be
Following the business meetingMrs. bid to discontinue running a
program chairman, gave a talk No invitations sent cured for all auxiliaries and good spent to rehabilitate the more Methodist Church
are being Mrs.
on "The Church and Mental S. G. Denmark gave the devotional Holliday urged that all passenger car on its trips.
but all friends and relatives attendance at all meetings. Two than 10,000 families recently I
Health." are choosing as her theme parents attend the PTA meeting Church shoo, 9:45 a.m. Morn- An official of the railroad at
flooded out in ;
members welcomed in- Kentucky, West
invited to attend both the wedd- new were
Mrs. Mullins announced that "Cheerful Giving." Mrs!!\, L. A. March 12 to hear discussion' on ing worship, "What Crucifies the meeting said the company is
Virginia, and Virginia. Red Cross
to the
and the society.
ing reception. the
there would be a district meeting I Davis had charge of the program school issue. disaster fund reserves almost Jesus," the first in a 'series leading losing money on its passenger
:March 24 in Williston and The program, in charge of anr reviewed a chapter from the Jack Trawick showed a film depleted last were floods up to Easter 11 a.m; MYF business. In fact, the man said,

urged all members to attend. I Mrs. L. G. Powell, was opened study book, "D claring His on the organization and develop and other disasters year in by the U.S. recreation time, 5:45: ; "Dine-A- during 1956 only two fares were

There will also be a State meeting Kingsley YWAThe with the singing of "Love Divine"followed Glory." ment of the American Red Food, clothing and shelter, medi- Mite", 6:15; MYF business meet- sold on the car for a total revenueof

May 2-5 in Leesbur by prayer by Mrs. Mun Mr$.. Ethel Lowell entertained Cross. cal and nursing ing and worship program, 6:45; $1.98. The cost of processing
YWA of Kingsley Lake dy. The theme for the week of Casting for the club's show care rebuilding and servicing these two fares
The 'April meeting will be, a members of Circle 2 at the Edu- homes replacement of lost evening worship service, 7:30. Dr.
Baptist Church held its regular prayer programs is "Love" and "New Faces Thru 1957 has equipment I
covered supper at the education cation building Monday afternoonat and other rehabilitationneeds David J. Cathcart, execcutive was $3.90, he said.
building followed by a study monthly meeting last Thursday the topic for discussion for this 3 o'clock. Mrs. J. H. Fields been completed and the cast was are all part of disaster secretary of the Board of Educa- In Bradford County the ..Wine.
course with Mrs. Titus Olson andS evening in the home of Miss Car- meeting was the work among the. leader, conducted the business announced by Mrs. Vernon Sit service. tion of the Florida Conference of has flag stops at Hampton and

Mrs. Haines as hostesses. olyn Norton. Indians. Those taking part meeting after which Mrs. L D cox. Proceeds from the show The need of the local Red the Methodist Church will deliver Sampson City.Permission .
were :Mrs. E.,A. Crosby, Mrs. M., will go toward the Community the from the state and
message.
Hostesses at this meetingwere The program was entitled, Green gave the devotional.The Cross chapter's help is
H. Sheppard, Mrs. Wm. Haas Swimming Pool project. year- counties affected by the line has
Mrs. Mullins and Mrs. Can- "Missionary Family." After a program, "Identificatior round and will continue to increase -
and :Mrs }.I., B. Rosier. Meeting ,After the business session and to be obtained before the com-
dice Hixon. ) i of People," taken from the with the Lawmen AskedTo
short business meeting refreshments i growth of our
closed with prayer by Mrs. F. B. refreshments pany can discontinue runningthis
Following both meetings a de I 1e I Methodist Woman, was presented program were served county. A favorable response to
were served. Beard. the Wear Uniforms car, the only passenger car
by hostesses Mrs. Robert
lightful shower was given for by Mrs. E. K. Perryman and the 1957 Red Cross Drive will
I II Paterson, Mrs. Gene Noegei Mrs. on the train.
Mrs. Kokomoor. The U-shaped Mrs. Jack McComb. go a long way toward assisting
Betty May, Mrs. Don Patray and (Continued from Page 1) The official said freight and
refreshment table were the mem- Mrs. Bertha Pearce and Mrs. your friend or neighbor.
Mrs. W. H. Bigham.HONOR express service will continue on
bers and guests were seated, in W. B. Parks entertained members investigate. .
the route.
the auditorium of the education of Circle 3 Monday after- Social Security "It is not unheard of to havean

building, was covered with white noon at 3 o'clock at the home of ROLLThe impersonator of the law usea making arrests as those in civil-

linen cloths with early spring the former. The meeting was A representative of the Gaines- similar act to an unlawful ad- ian clothes, he remarked.He .

flowers and greenery placed at opened with prayer by Mrs. R. ville Social Security office will be vantage," Dr. Lake wrote.' said that decals for all automobiles -

intervals the length of the tables. H. Russell and the business ses- following students are in Starke at the Court Roomof Reddish said he considered the used by the sheriffs

The center table, where the I sion was conducted by Mrs. L. listed on the Honor Roll for the the Court House at 10 a.m. Commission's action a "mighty I department have been orderedand
guest of honor was seated, helda I Well the Sisters will start Greg Davis, son of Buddy and ,six: weeks period at Bradford the in
J. Green, leader. on Thursday, :March 14, for the good thing. Officers in uniform will be put on cars
center arrangement of sweet I Swishing today at a kick-off Margie Davis of Gainesville, also Mrs. Russell gave ',the devotional High School: purpose of conducting social security "don't have near the trouble" a few days.ALVAREZ' .
had his share of tough luck 7th Grade-Johns Adams, Bar-
heart roses placed in a doll bassi- luncheon in the Garden Restaurant and the on Nava- business.
net which was decorated with during" the past week .. Fell program bara Blankenship, Nat Dankel,
Seems we girls just jo Indians taken from the Meth-
pink and blue crepe paper. Mark- from a merry-go-round and' odist Woman. Evelyn Griffiths, Wayne Harper, YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- Men's Clothing IIIJ
couldn't stand to see the men broke his shoulder then Marilyn Hernwall Martha brook prase-size fountain Ir I
ing each place setting were nose- came Long, pens I STORE
gays made of gumdrops for the getting ahead of us so it won'tbe down next day with chicken pox JoAnn Mobley, Sandra Moore pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Bradford Established 1894 liii I

flowers and embroidered paper long before every beard will ... Lawtey Couple Fetes Shirley Morrison, Beecher Payne. County Telegraph.

doilies for the backing. Also at be matched by a bonnet The Clinton Bartons (former 31 1st AnniversaryMr. Donna Trawick, Betty Lou Wain- .

each setting were blue and pink Mayor Jackson has' proclaimedthat Callstreeters now living in G'- wright, Linda Wasdin, Dianne I -." -.--- .----

paper napkins folded in a three- cosmetics are "out" unless ville) were hosts at a weiner and Mrs. C. R. Crews of Colson, Sandra Israel, Frances

cornered diaper shape. Placed at the wearer has a special permit roast and welcome-home party at Lawtey celebrated their 31st Thomas, Wayne Kinney, Mary DENMARK'S

intervals at the tables were trays and I predict there will be a mad Kingsley last Saturday night I I wedding anniversary on Feb. 27. Ann Long, Sandra Solano. 4

of mints and nuts. Delicious rush to obtain these precious Honor guests were Albert Stef- They were married on Feb. 27, 8th Grade-Lee Cogdill, Linda

cheese cake, hot chocolate and little badges Most of us had anelli, who was discharged from 1926 in !Starke by Judge George Cox, Margaret Douglas, Linda

coffee were served by the host- rather be caught dead than with- service in December, and Arthur A. Gardiner Hildebran, Jimmy Malone, Carolyn

esses. out our lipticks Winkler, 'who is home on 40-day Vickers, Terry Walters, Sara LINEN
Mr. Crews is a native of Brad- I
Mrs. Kokomoor received leave after two tour of Theresa Maruca.
Woodburn
many In the meantime, the men con- years ford County, and Mrs. Crews'was
lovely and useful gifts from the tinue their merry way .. Dr. duty in the NW Pacific after born in Nassau Comity but 9th Grade-Pat Anderson, Gary

members of both groups and Tom Ritch settled for a crew cut his leave is up he will report to reared in Bradford County. She Chance, Delores Cloversettle, John

guests. 'V this week in the hope that short Tyftdal AFB, Panama City will be remembered as the former Dodd, Larry Elder Kay Elzey, $
40 PIECE CANNON LINEN GROUP SAVE
hair on top would offset long Pat McGriff leaves this weekendfor Mamie Bradley, daughter of Hank Graham, Linda Gayle Green S-

NCO DanceThe hair on face recommends Kendall Furniture Manufact- the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tom Jackson, Virginia Parrish,

this solution for all men who uring College, Grand Rapids Bradley. Margaret Ann Phillips, Frances Including:

NCO Club of Starke's Na- find. their whishers are making Mich for a several months course They are are parents of six Reaves, Linda Kay Sale, Elaine

tional Guard Co. C will hold a them feel top heavy Jack .i children: H. C. and Glenn Crewsof Shannon, Sarah Jo Sprow John .. S 6 Face Towels S 6 Dish Cloths

dinner party and dance Friday Trawick says he picked up tots Have you noticed that the Indian Rocks Beach, Elma Stephens, Harold Tyus, Mary f '<-:. I 6 Wash Cloths 0 6 Pot Holders

night at the Camp Blanding of hints on how to make his SAL depot has acquired a new (Bunt) Crews, now with the Air Katherine Wainwright, Barbara .$ p.-. S 6 Dish Towels 2 Large Sheets

NCO Club. Barbecued chicken would-be goatee grow when he look for the Centennial with a Force in England, Mrs. Linda Waters Agnes Watson. 2 Pillow CasesAll

will be featured on the menu attended a State Board of Health fresh coat of white paint with Boatwright, and Misses Hildr 10th Grade-Terry Futch, Linda

and music will be furnished by meeting last week ... Unfor- green trim? .. Who'll be the and Vera Crews, all of Lawtey. Gaskins,Terrell Green Jim Hobbs. ; ; ;: By-Cannon

the Elden Mathews Band.PARK. tunately, most of these "tips"are next to start sprucing up? .. Mr. and Mrs. Crews also have Herbert LaMee, Mary Agnes

unprintable in this column Hear that employees of the Gar five grandchildren.They Matthews, Faye Maxwell, Maurice Regular Price '$24.95

sorry ... see Jack den Restaurant threw a party have lived in Lawtey :Overstreet, Mara Ann Payne,

The Centennial fever is grow after working hours last Friday most of their married life. Franklin Ritch Ronald Stern 4 ;': :; YOU SAVE 5.00

ing 'specially since so many night for three honor guests: Wayne Thomas.
TMCATB. Callstreeters trekked to Lees- Sarge Suslow, who is going North lltlt Grade-Patricia Alvarez ,
w STA&KE FLA. burg last weekend to get first I for several months .. he often Franklin Ritch Fetes Wilbur Barry, Lavora Capps, 4, ONLY %\ A.95

hand information on that city's totes trays and helps the girls Birthday With Dance Tommy Dyal, Betty Farcus, Pat SALE PRICE

J, SUN.. MON.. TUES., celebration ... They returned generally in cleaning up tables Hobibs. ''James Roberts, Mary : .
MAR. 10-11-12 most enthusiastic and with lots when the traffic there is rough Franklin Ritch was host at a Starling.12th .

DOUBLE FEATURE of good ideas .. In fact, Arch .. Marie Sullivan, waitress, whois dance Saturday evening at the Grade-Maxine Andrews,
Thomas Jr. almost won the retiring for the time being ... Starke Woman's Club in cele- Nancy Bates, Joyce Beal, MarilynCox

Screaming EaglesTom "ugliest whiskers" contest iI' and Rose Lee, another waitress, bration of his 16th birthday an Joyce Danney, Claire Doug- THESE SPECIALS MAR 8 THRU ,MAR. 16.. ONLY

Tryon and Jan Merlin Leesburg before they discovered who was celebrating her birth- niversary.The las, Jerome Edwards, Tom Long,

PLUS that he was an imposter from day ... club house was lovely for Gayle Moore, Bobbie Jean Oakes,

Starke! ... Others going down Glad to learn that Ellery Davisis the occasion with arrangementsof Frederick Pellum, Henry Rich- WE ARE OVERSTOCKED ON -
MagnificentRoughnecks last' Thursday, Friday and Sat- improving satisfactorily ir pink azaleas placed at vantage I I arde, Marklee Tomlinson, Ann ;

urday were Guy Andrews, Bill Bradford County Hospital aftera points throughout and clusters of Williams. .

Jack Carson and Mickey Kooney Graham, Jerry Gay, Joe An-, heart attack last Saturday balloons hanging front the lights: LAMPS
drews, Carl Johns, Madge andJim' night ... Ralph Alvarez is alsoa The mantel in the lounge was Legionnaires To View \
Plus Color Cartoon For Kids
Chasteen. Mary and Ewell patient in BCH, entered last beautiful with a center'arrange- --
Film On Auto RacingThe
Lawson Gladys and Robert I week for observation and treat ment of yellow calendulas in a r
WED., THURS., :MAR. 13-14 Green, Alma and Lavern Outlaw .I Table Lamps Floor
ment .. hear that A3c FloydR. silver bowl and flanked by silver film, "Thunder Beach," Lamps

DOUBLE ,FEATURE Mildred Doyle Jewel and Crosby Jr., stationed at Shaw I candle holders with burning the story of the National automobile 9 Boudoir Lamps Desk Lamps

Invasion Of The Body Elizabeth Noegel. Marion Howe. AFB, S. C., has been promotedto white tapers. The refreshmenttable races at Daytona ,Beach w
Bertha Pearce, Clara Hazen. Airman' 2Adele Scholl in the sunroom was over-
Snatchers and Gladys Wynn ... a senior at U. of F., is interningat laid with an imported embroidered will meeting highlight of the American program Legion at the Come And Get Them \

Kevin McCarthy, Dana Wynter Hear that Louise Kite was a high school in Orlando this linen cloth and centered witha Post 56 Tuesday night. .

PLUS stranded in Jax about three semester ... lovely silver dish holding an arrangement Post Commander X. M. Smith .

three hours one day last week New occupants of apartmentsat of pink roses. Com- said that business matters to be "

The Atomic ManGene ... Seems she laid her purse the I. E. Clark home are Glen pleting the arrangement were discussed include fair plans for ANY LAMP

Nelson and Faith Domergue (with keys, money, etc.) on the Shannon, who arrived here from silver candlesticks holding burn- 1957, Junior Legion, baseball % .

Plus Color Cartoon floor of the trunk while puttingsome Cleveland to work at Humphreys ing candles. Silver'trays held program, oratorical contest and

parcels in it, then slammed and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pet- dainty petits fours sandwiches plans for the district conferenceand OUR STORE 0IN

, FRI., SAT.. :MAR. 15-16 the trunk lid down locking her erson of Crosby, Minn. .. TheA. !I and nuts. The punch bowl was state convention to. be held

1 DOUBLE FEATURE purse inside ... didn't have a D. Morrises have moved from placed at one end of the table on at Ft. Lauderdale in May..

Meet Frankenstein"ABBOTT cent (outside the purse) for.I the Dolly Sullivan house, on a silver tray. Smith said the refreshments

even a phone call or a cup of Westmoreland to 'the Waters The .approximately 125 guests committee headed by Charles .
,
And COSTELLOLon coffee ... it took a locksmith house on W. Madison .. Fain danced to Hi-Fi recordings. during Shaefer will serve refreshmentsafter .USE OURBUDGET

Chaney and Bela Lugosl three hours to come and open up and Haven Bateman have moved the evening. the meeting. He urged all I

PLUS the trunk for her ... into the Woods house on Wilson Assisting Mr. and Mrs., Jim veterans and members to .attend. PLANDenmark OFF

Add hard luck tales: Lou Hill Road, and the George Kuyken- Ritch in serving' their son's

Four Guns To The endahl took the week off to help dalls are at 415 N. Water St. guests were Mr. and Mrs O. G. J WAY CHAPEL

BorderTECHNICOLOR hurry up. the finishing toucheson ... Hear that Francine Hillen- Bates and Mrs. Marty Green. ASSEMBLY'' OF GOD

their lovely new home out dahl celebrated her 6th birthday

Raiford Road, but -Tuesday after- anniversary Saturday afternoon CHRISTIAN .CHURCH Sunday School 10 am. Morn- Furniture Co. of Starke
Rory Calhoun and Colleen>> Miller noon he fell from a ladder, and with a party for 13 little friends Bv. J. ,E. Sherwood, Pastor'Bible ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening

Plus Serial Chapter 9 Color sprained both wrists ... one had ... School 9:4: a. m. Morn Evangelistic Service. 7:30 pan. :

Cartoon For Kids to be put in a splint, so he is So long ... see you in 'the ing Worship 11 a, m. Youth Thursday night Prayer Meeting 434 W. CALL ST. PHONE 151

confined to the role of rocking next. ... Church, 6:30 p. m. All young 7:30 p.m. -,E. A.'Lewis pastor.

chair superintendent ... Littl' '.-'i.. Carolyn. people Invitedt ., "

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, 8TARKE, FLORIDA
FRIDAY. .MARCH 8, 1957 PAGE FIVEIN


tJ-rI-4- 4 rjjIrrrJJSJ .. S Cub Pack 307 Receives Charter By Marian L Crosby. Deputy Clerk ford County, Florida and containing In The Circuit Court of Florida.
3/1 |t 3/22 9 and 62.100 acres moreor Eighth Judicial Circuit In And
less; together with its tenements For Bradford County.In .
NOTICE TO APPEAR hereditaments and appur- Chancery.
-. !. Cirrnlt Court. Bradford County. tenances
;
Lenora Tomey AVhittington, Plaintiff
Florida IB Chancery.
I <'-:',",'- ILJ Letha Mae i Jackson; Plaintiff. vs. PARCEL 2: South Half of South- vs. A. T. Whittington, Defen-
-
.' Clifton west Quarter of Southwest Quar- dent. Case No. 10-2065
Charlie
Jackson
defendant.
ter of Section 9; North Half of NOTICE TO mFt"IJTo
Case
No. 10-2038
f- Notice To AppearTo Northwest Quarter Northwest : A. T. Whittington, Route A,
Quarter of Section 16; North Half Perkinston, Mississippi.
_
I : Clifton Charlie Jackson,
whose residence and address Is: of Northeast Quarter ofNortheast You will please take notice that
.-* THE NEWS Unknown. Quarter of Section 17, all beingin Lenora Tomey Whittington has fileda
Township 6 South,
Range 22
:
You are hereby .notified that a Complaint against you seeking
f -- suit for divorce East, Bradford County. }Florida a divorce in the Circuit Court of
4 ---- has been filed against you In the containing 60 acres; together Florida. Eighth Judicial Circuit in
above named Court and cause and with its tenements hereditamentsand and for Bradford County, said suit
; : I I Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Beebe" yu are required to serve a copy of appurtenances; being styled as above.
: ; Hogan Smith and Mrs. your answer or pleading to the com- at 12 o'clock noon 'on March IS.: You are hereby required to serve
Ruth Reed of' Atlanta spent the'' and family have moved to Law- plaint on the plaintiffs Attorney 1957 at the South front door of ,' your Answer or other pleading to
Miami. tey to be closer to Mr. Beebe'a Alfred C. Scott, 106 Smith Building the Court House in Starke. Brad- said Complaipt upon J. -C. Adkin
weekend with relatives in I Lp Jacksonville, 2. Florida ford County, Florida, pursuant to Jr., Florida National Bank Build-
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson, work at the Highland Plant and -dr-/z-II- WI.' ;I and file the original In the office of and in accordance with Order of ing Galnes'Ule.o'iorida., on 6r
Mrs. Beebe's position as a teacher 57' T'I"1 : be Clerk of the Circuit Court on or 'Court rendered February 27. 1957 before April 3. 1957 and immediately
Jr. and children of Ventura, Calif. I n m before the by the Circuit Court of Bradford thereafter file same with the Clerkof
arrived here Wednesday for amonth's ia the Lwtey school. -,- I *th day of April, 1957: County Florida' In Chancery, In the above styled court. _
Mrs. Andrews will otherwise the allegations of said Case No. 10-1277. being In Re:
Kitty return -
Witness the Honorable Judges of
visit with their parents, ,
Complaint will be 'Curatorship of Elizabeth Letsch an
taKen as con-
this weekend : the above styled court and seal of
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, Sr. and to hicago -_ _, i _. essed DY you. Incompetent, now ou file in the said court on this 1st day of MarchA.
office of the Clerk of Circuit
Caldwell after spending the past several This notice shall be published Courtof
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. I E'radford County, Florida and D. 1957.
,once each week for four consecutive
at the State Farm, and other weeks in Starke. -s !weeks in the Bradford County Tele. which you may examine for the s/ Charles A. Darby,
Friends of Mra Richard La- terms of sale. Clerk Circuit CourtJ.
relatives. They were accompanied graph.
1A Dated this 6th day of March. /s/ Albert Hartmann C. Adkins, Jr.
Bine will be interested to know
W. Anderson
A. -
here Mrs.
by : 1951. \Curator of the Estate of Florida National Bank Pldg.
Sr. who had spent the past, that she is in the W. T. Edwards ,OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby Elizabeth Letsch. Gainesville Florida

three months with them in Ven- Hospital, 2323 Phillips Road, Tal- By Marian Clerk 1.. Crosby of the Cnvuit Deputy Court Clerk 3/8 2t 3/15. Attorney for Plaintiff 3/8 4t 3/29

lahassee. She would appreciate I 3/8 4t V29.

tura.Mr.. and Mrs. Louis Gay of hearing from friends at that ad- S COMPLETE LINE

dress. NOTICE TO APPEAR .
Jacksonville were visiting Mr.I IB ClreBlt Court. Bradford C.Mty.
and Mrs. A. L. Crosby, Sr. and Rev. E. A. Lewis ia the new Florida In Chancery. I STARTER

Mr. and Mrs. Crosby Jr. on pastor at the Highway Chapel, \Lucy s. Thomas Dorothy P. Patterson Patterson, ,Defendant.Plaintiff. TU X E 0 0

Sunday.Mr. Assembly of God. He succeeds __ lotlre To Appear Case No. 10-2072 GROWER

and Mrs. Paul Faulknerwere Rev. D. A. Blue, who has resigned To: Thomas P. Patterson, whose
in Jacksonville Sunday visit- because of illness. Rev. residence \Vj-andanch, Long

ing Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faulknerand I Lewis is originnally from Ohio, Island.is New: Box York 777, ,VTyandanch.and whose Long address DEVELOPER .

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Faulkner -but ame to Starke from Trilby.He Island New York. FEEDS S

and family. I' and hi!?, wife and their daughter 4u-. You are hereby notified that a
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Mrs. Jennie Thornquest of Carolyn, are residing at ,626 has been filed against you in the
Jacksonville, who has been the Church Street. MEMBERS OF CUB PACK Stephen Tilley and Jphn Bradley Warren, Mickey Dansby, Joe above named Court and cause and 16yz % LAYING
307, sponsored by the First Jr. Second row Gary Cole, Jim Gardner. Fourth row: James vou are required to serve a copy of
house guest of Mr. and Mrs.: J. C. C. McAliley father of Rev. your answer or pleading: to the complaint -
T. Quigley, left Sunday after- W. S. McAliley underwent surgery Presbyterian Church, are, front my Smith, Jeffrey Jackson, Manning, Barry Smith, Stephen on the Plaintiffs Attorney MASH Pork-Maker Hog Feed
row, I-r. Drew Ratliff, Mike Michael Nichols, Wayne W1lIl"Ken Prevail, Edward Jackson John H. C. Baldwin, P. O. Box 104 C
noon for her home, returning I on Tuesday in Alachua i Gainesville, Florida
with sister, Mrs. Garland and I General Hospital and is getting Chitty, Stan Taylor, Mike Drew Taylor. Third row: Jeffrey Wager and Wayne Chitty. and file the original in the office of SPECIAL 20% DAIRY FEED
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor -
daughter, Mrs. Diddell. I aiong nicely. He is expected to Cub Pack 307, sponsored 'by before the
Mr. and Mrs. Johnn Dees ,and remain in the hospital for about 8th day of April 1957;
the First Presbyterian Church Otherwise the allegations of said
children of Lake City were last two weeks. Chicks And
I received its pack charter in cere- Complaint will be taken as confess- Baby Poultry
Friday dinner guests of her Mr. and Mrs. Francesco Piz- t I monies during its Blue and Gold This notice shall be published
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. zamus arrived in New York on once each week for four consecutive
Banquet last Thursday at the weeks In the Bradford County,Telegraph Equipment
Hayes. Dec. 28 from Trieste, Italy to elementary school cafetorium.Dr. .
make their home with their son- Dated this 6th day of :March,
'I inn-law and daughter, Mr. and J. E. Guenther of Gainesville 1957.
SEAL) Charles A. Darby
OFFICIAL
Mrs. Arthur J. Strickland who district Scout commissioner Clerk of the Circuit Court PETUNIAS SALVIA ASTERS ZENNIAS

live three miles north of Starke presented the charter to By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
AND OTHER PLANTS
Charles Alwood chairman of the 3/8 4t 3/29
FLORIDA I Jon Road 301. ,

Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Hamilton, pack committee. Russell Dris- NOTICE TO APPEARIn
Circuit Court Bradford County Magic Bloom .. GroT For Flowers
,missionaries 'of Formosa, were coll, also district scout commis- ; Florida In Chancery. one

guests of Rev. and Mrs. W. S. sioner of Gainesville, presentedthe ; Monteen Montgomery, Plaintiff, \8.1
j James Montgomery, Defendant. And Gardens __
THEATRE i McAliley on Tuesday and Wed- Boys' Life 100 per cent award"to Case No. 10-2071'

!nesday. cubmaster Ray Taylor for the Notice To AppearsTo .

Mrs. W. H. Nollman will at- pack. address: James is: ..Pier Montgomery 4, 4-32364II, whose H. M. -

:tend a reception on Friday eve- Scout Executive John M. Ward Canada.C. S. Labrador, Halifax, N. S., SISTRUNK FEED & SEED CO.

SAT., MAR. 9 ONLY t fling in Jacksonville honoring gave a brief history of cubbingand 1' You are hereby notified that a ,

A DOUBLE FEATURES I Mrs. Paul Rain Dawkins, a recent commended the pack on its ( ..suit of former for divorce name and restoration 539 E. Call St. Starke, Florida

bride, at the home of Mrs. program. has been filed against you in the
DeWitt Clinton Dawkins, Sr. Boys from each den received Ps above named Court and cause and
44rf you are required to nerve a copy of
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Davis of attendance and achievement 4 your answer or pleading to the p

Crawfordsville, la. were last I awards from mplatnt nn the Plaintiff's Attorney I
Taylor.
I Ralph Roberts, 202 Professional
I Thursday and Friday guests of ,z :Building, Jacksonville 2. Florida
M$L C VBUINITTE was'served
A ham by
W Judge and Mrs. George Patten. I supper and file the original in the office Own Your Own Home!
a I 'the den mother and parents to of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtonor
Mr. and Mrs, G. F. Pippins before the
I and family of Jacksonville were the 87 guests present. Atten- 8th day of *April, 1957;
dance of the three dens was 100 r; otherwise the allegations of aU
Saturday visitors of Mr. and : Complaint will be taken as confessed
t'' Mrs. N. P. Rosier Jr. per cent. by you.
I I This notice shall be published
** Mr. and Mra T. B. Harding,! Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwardsand i once each week for four consecutive BEVIS CONSTRUCTION CO. Inc.
AND TN! weeks in -the BRADFORD COUNTYIELEGRAPJ
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were visiting Sgt. _
$ONOPTNIh Mrr and Mrs. W. G. Struthof {.
; PI0NIIIS Tom Harding, Jr. in Valdosta on Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. Dated this 5th day of March,
Your
Will Build You A HOME On Lpt
: ,toGT;owdIg'l Sunday.Mr. 195'1.IOFFICIAL.
1 I W. H. Struth and Mis Kate ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby '
:ltJIII14J( I :l and Mrs. A. J. Corey and Struth on Sunday. Mrs. W. H. Clerk of the Circuit Court "j ./' "

I family of Lake City spent the Struth returned to Jacksonville By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk, 995.00 ,
\ ; 'T 3/8 4t 3/29 1 BED ROOM $
ANDA weekend with Mr. and Mrs. T. with them and entered Riverside
ID The Circuit Court of Bradford
I. Mersereau. ,
hospital for a checkup.Mrs. County Florldai la ChanrerjX 2 BED ROOM $1,595.00
a -
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Alvarez i Mary Van Demark of RE: Curatorship of Elizabeth

and family of Fort Myers are' Washington, D. C. will be the Letsch an incompetent.
NOTICE OF CIRATOK'S SALE
spending a few days with his! weekend guest of Mrs. Louise TAKE NOTICE that the under.. 3 BED ROOM $2,095.00HOUSES

(I parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B.i Kite. and signed separately Curator sell will to offer the for highest salt I _ _

Alvarez. Mr. Alvarez, Sr. has. T. H. Slade, Sr. attended the bidder each of the folowing des. ,
been confined Uthe' Bradford Florida Liquified Petroleum Gas cribed properties situate in Brad-. ARE COMPLETE ON OUTSIDE V'TH
ford County, Florida:
County Hospital since Thursdayof Ass'n. meeting in Tallahassee on PARCEL 1: Commence at th
last week. Monday.Mrs. Southwest corner of Northwest FLOORING AND ALL PARTITION STUDDING
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Quarter of Southeast
Quarter oi
Mrs. J. S. Sapp entered St. Inez Kelly spent the week- Section 21, Township 6 South .
Vincent's hospital on Wednesdayfor end with her son-in-law and The charter for Scout Cub Park 307 is received from scout official!'''i Range 22 East and run Northerly ON INSIDE, ONLY

several days check-up. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Alton by Charles Alwood chairman of the pack committee. along Highway the No.East 13 (edge now known of State as -

Mrs. H. A. Lawson, Mrs. A.I Dobbs in Jacksonville. -I State Highway No. 200), a distance TAMPA QUINCY PERRY-

I R. Norman Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs. C. M. Turney is visitingMrs. Mrs. Allan Arbuthnot' and angles of to 635 said feet State thence Highway atight
run
Lawson attended 1- St. 4 daughter, Louise, of Lake Alford Easterly
and Mrs. Ewell Edward Charbonneau in a distance of 920 feel PALATKA
1 were weekend guests of Mr. and to right of way of Seaboard Air .
Flower Class at Mrs.
I a Arranging Petersburg for a few daY Line
A MCnUii rtiUNIADON ]Mrs. M. C. Wells. Railway Company thence
Wfill i I the Ocala Garden Club on Tuesday Charbonneau will return home Southerly along said right of way IN STARKE AND VICINITY -
!afternoon. with her.Jimmy. Mrs Billy Burbank, Jr. and of Seaboard Air Line Railway
Serial And Cartoon Company a distance of 357 feet
\ :Mrs. J. P. Stevens and Mrs. Lawson and Louis Mann i sons of Fernandina: Beach spent to the South line of said Northwest

I Joe Terlap of Sanford were attended the motorcycle races at I the first of the week with Mr. of Quarter said Section of Southeast Quarter .CallSmith DeVoe Phone 410JB
Township and
SUN.. MON., TUES., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ned Yancey Daytona Beach on Saturdy.Mr. i and Mrs. M. W. Lance. Range, thence Westerly along: -

MAR. 10-11-12 |and family on Sunday. and Mra Frank Weaver of Rev. and Mrs. Morris Brackman Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fillyaw of SE said% South run 961 line feet of said to NW point% of ot,

1 I Miss Martha Ann Winkler of Williston were Sunday visitors of ,of Lake Butler were dinner guests]I Santa AP. Calif. are announcing commencement, situate in Brad..
1 1ING Century-Fa*i a 1 Live Oak was visiting her parents, Mayor and Mrs. W. T. Jackson. .last Thursday of Mr. and Mrs.! ; '

BERGMAN 4 Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Winkler I Mr. and Mrs Fred Leonhard of :E. P. Lee. the birth of a son, Rogen B >B BH B B HHH B B H B HHHH| B B HH slB S B S B sMs B S B HsBBVL' HBl9s B silHIMB B.S B SlE B B B Bl BMssHsHsl lV -- ,- :- '.

YULBRYNNER last Thursday. Keystone Heights spent theweek- Dr and Mrs. C. J. Houpt at- Neal, born Feb. 13. Mrs. Fillyawis

J HELEN I I Mrs. G. O. Wilson of Bain-. end in St. Petersburg with Mr. tended a dinner and Vocational the former Alice Lappe, daughter -
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% HAYES.UI bridge, Ga. is spending severalweeks and Mrs. Warner Hoopes.Mrs. Guidance Conference at the San : of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lap-

ON..ScoPE N with her daughter, Mra L. J. Green and son, Jose Country Club in Jacksonville. pe of Starke. Special Offer

\ C. R. Williams and family.Mr. Archie, were in Gainesville Satur- Tuesday evening.Mrs. .

and Mrs. Merritt Williams: day.Mrs. J. B. Drennan of Columbia, The Bradford County Hospitalis

visited her mother Mrs. J. F. Ben Moxley and Mrs. S. C. is spending a month with announcing the following

Rogers in Jacksonville over the Drew Reddish were in Jacksonville her son-in-}law and daughter, Mr. births: By Barberree Studios

weekend. last Thursday on business and Mrs. Claude Crowson. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Faulkner .

Mrs. F. F. Stump and daughter,, and pleasure. Ronald Adams of Jessup, Ga. of Starke, a son, Ricky Lamar -

PLUS I Mrs. John \W. Griffin of Ochlock-' Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and .was vi.r.'ting his uncle and aunt, Mar. 3.

"Senor Droopy" Cartoon nee Ga. attended the funeral ol: family visited Mra O. W. Barry Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton on
I Mr. and Mrs.: Charles David MOK. TUES. WED. MAR. 11 12 13
Mrs. W. H. Thomson Sr. ir l in Brooker on Saturday. Monday.Mr. ,
\ Thompson of Starke, a son, ,
Monticello ton; Monday afternoon. Mrs. C. D. Williams and Mrs. and Mrs. George Powell .
WED., THURS., FRI. Rocky Clinton Mar. 4. HOURS 9 to 12 1 to 5:30
Miss' Alice St. John of StAuguriine .., L. D. Green were in Lakeland returned to their home in Newton -

MAR. 13-14-15 I' spent the weekend witl L Thursday where Mrs. Willams attended N. C. last Wednesday after ten .

DOUBLE FEATURE I her mother, :Mrs. V. S. St. Johr L the meeting of the Metho- days visited with Mrs. J. H. Presbyterian Church. -

and Mr. and Mrs. Dick St. John, dist Deaconess Board. Fields. S One Beautiful'

Mrs V S. St. John returned tc I Mrs. Victor Berry and two sons :Mr. and Mra Oscar Hendrix of Friday Adult Choir practice, '
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St. Augustine with her daughtei of Dillon, S. C. spent the week- Waycross, Ga. were weekend 8 p.m. VigieHe11x14

'I for several days visit. end with her parents, Mr. and guests of her parents Mr. and I Sunday Church school, 9:45: : .

Mrs. J. S. Sapp and family. Mrs. J. P. Dill. a.m.; morning worship service 11 IF; I: I

Charles Shepherd of Tampa was i Mr. and Mrs. Julian E. McRae a.m.: youth fellowship 6 p.m.; CI

IGASTOONSIBy the overnight guest last Friday of and family of Hope Valley, R. I. evening ,worship service, 7:30 pjn I

I his father, I. P. Shepherd. are staying with his parents, Mr.: Wednesday .Prayer meeting, PORTRAITSemiLife

Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stringfellowof and Mrs. Russell McRae and 7:30 p.m.; Circle 1 meeting, 8

I the State Farm were dinner family for a month while waiting, p.m., Mrs. R. D. Sink, hostess.

\guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. to occupy their new home in Sara- Thursday Junior choir prac-

GIB BROWN Inman[ Green. tl'P'--.,- ----0--Hpil"hhL. tice, 3:30p.m.; Circle 2, Mrs. W _!*1f-- Size

Mrs. C. D. William returned Bill Wall of St. Augustine spent S. McAliley, hostess, and Circle ,:: I -
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Wednesday from Fort Lauderdale the weekend with his aunt, Mrs. 3, Mrs. Charles Alwood, hostess.
Fan Poses lo Choose From
after a month's visit with Mrs. Joe Wilson. meet at 8 p.m.5OTICK. i: S

Blanche Englander. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McGuire of

Mr .and Mra T. F. Hutto and Jacksonville were weekend guestsot
PLUS TO APPEAR Limit 2 CWWrea Is a Family
family of Jacksonville spent the Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae !. Clrralt C u't. Bradford Cewrry

Its slave! weekend with Mrs. L. S. Hutto and family. Flerl.a.l. Chaaeery : 10 I Years
Every woman IIi' 'tr and family. The Huttos also hadas Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby Jr. and Gladys Marie Null. Plaintiff vs. W. L : : 6 Weeks le
4' G. Xull,
\ Sunday visitors, Mr. and Mrs. daughters, Ruth and Jane, were Defendant.Case No. 10-2055
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t IL Tom Stephens of Gainesville. in Jacksonville last Friday visit- ffetlce: W.To AppearTo G. Null whose residence Regular

5 Mr. and Mrs. L; Wyman and ing her wster Mrs. M E. Glisson. and address is: 1305, Driver Street,

CONQUERED Mrs. Ralph Lane have gone to I Mrs. Arlen McKnight and Mrs Memphis, Tennessee.' FOR""
hereby notified that a $10.00 Value
Ton
Miami where Mra Lane will remain -;,Martha Snellen, Public Health suit are for divorce, care, custodyand $1 00

THEAWORLDi "We baTe the LATEST EQUIPMENT -. for three weeks. The Wy- nurses, attended the Heart Institute control of minor childrenand
will return week. Jacksonville title to furnishings SATISFACTION ONLY
mans next in on Monday. 1
car.1* has been filed against you la the %
to service your Mrs. Effie Johns spent last Mr. and Mrs. Robert Byrd spent above named Court and cans and GUARANTEED- .

I Thursday with her ''niece, Mrs. Wednesday to Sunday in Clewis- yon are required to servo a
.. It's not just our .equipment of or oleadlnr to
? Frank Webb, in Hawthorne.Mrs. ton with his parents, :Mr. and the copy complaint your answer* tAt Plaintiffs NO .APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Plus MailingBARKSDALE'S

it's the way we use it that Shellie Hall returned last 'Mrs: Winston Byrd. Attorney Louis T. Ransom. 608.

after month's vacationin Mrs. Sam Anderson dinner Consolidated Building, Jacksonville -
customers! Friday a was a -
makes happy 2, Florida
r South Florida.Mr. guest last Saturday of Mr and file the original the office oi
l'L GIB BROWNSERVICE and Mrs. Brad Locke of I and Mrs. G. p. 'Wadsworth in the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or : "

Jacksonville were visiting Mra L. ,Hampton.Dr. before otherwise the the 1st allegations day of April of 1957 said: ', $ .

Peter Beveriy Lee STATION S. Hutto and family last Thurs- and Mrs. Seymour Marco Complaint will be taken M confess 7-

day evening.Mr. are spending Saturday to Wed- edbyyovThis .
GRAVESGARIANDVAN CLEEF
OU Products notice shall be published once
_ pss....M.DioecW W WImN COItWI Standard and :Mrs. William Hicks of nesday in Miami. each week for four consecutive r '

i WLC *sntttuw ncwa Phone 327 Green Cove Springs and :Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ford returned to weeks rraph.in'the Bradford. -County: -Tele- STARKE, FLORIDA- .

'Land. Lost Watches" 407 N. Temple Ave. Mrs. W. W. Cutshaw of Jacksonville her home in Cocoa last Thursday Dated lids 22nd day of February

were. Sunday visitors .of Mr after a week's visit with hersister 1J57.
Official Seal) Charles A. Darby
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.&&&&&&&&&&&&& LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAlKEYSTONE gram chairman. The possible, establishment Mr. Beams is the brother of Mrs.' Campaign,ministry and has served of your answer or pleading to the or before the 25 day of March Telegraph.
complaint .oa .the Plaintiffs Attorney 1957; otherwise the allegations' of Dated this 20th day of February
of an art class lo- Tullis.S. fruitful pastorates in the laid Complaint will be taken as 1957.
cally through the General Exten- E. McKay has returned froma Samuel W Getzen. P. O. Box 81, confessed by you. I: (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby:
: HIGHLIGHTS
: North. '
Clerk
Gainesville. Florida This notice shall be published of the Circuit Court
sion Division of the Universitywas visit with friends and relativesin and tile the original in the office of once each week for four consecu By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
discussed. Mobile ,.Ala., and Pascagoula t he.Clerk of the Circuit Court on tiveweeks the Bradford County 2/22 4t 1/15
By Mrs. J. Russell Young Phone Keystone 3421j ."
Hostesses for the luncheon and Lucedale, Miss. The visit was -- -
I THE. RIGHT. POINT for theway .
Miss Ruth Ohlson Mrs. made following the Rotary Con -
TTVVYYITYVYrTTTnnv. YVTYTYYTYTYYYYYTYTYYYYYY were ,
iI you write. Come In and select
j John Thornquist Mrs. Oliver vention in Pensacola.
I Watershed Authority Tallahassee.Mrs. favorite ESTEKBROOK
Jean O. 1DtcheUSpeaks Johnson Mrs. J. R. Cook, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kyle had your OPERATION (1
Formation; Proposed Mrs. Axel Malmgren. as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH

Tom Adams, State Senator and To Woman's Club Library Hours H. R. Brakeman of Syracuse, N.
"Better Hand Crafts for Flori-
rnn@r n1r@m
Sap Saunders State Representa- Mrs. announcesthe Y. NOTICE TO APPEAR
tiw, at a meeting of the Clay da" was the theme for a talk Emery Cooper Ia ClrcMlt Comrt. Bra"." Gouty.
accession by the library of Marilyn Rushton has returnedfrom FUrtdat Ckueeiy.
Cc anty Service League on Feb. by Mrs. Jean O. Mitchell in- I Patricia Ann Devillier, Plaintiff vs. .
Frances Parkinson Keyes' newest a visit with relatives in v t. d
26 presented for the information structor of Art Education, Uni Culver Ray DevUlI r. Defendant. !x. .r Itstllil .
[ book. "Blue Camelia." Hours for Holly Hill, sC.. She returned Case No. 10-2050 .
Woman'sClub
of the voters in the county a versity of Florida at the I
i the library are: Monday and Fri- Saturday with her uncle and atlee T. AppearTo i'
Hi mber of items growing out of en Feb. 27 at 1 p. m. Mrs. : Culver Ray Devillier. whose
aunt Lt. Col. and Mrs. B. W.
2 and Wednesday
to 4
day, p. m.
residence is Houma. Louisiana and
Mitchell pointed the fact that 'V
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a recent survey of legislation evening, 7o 9. Also on theWoman's Rushton of Denmark, S. C. Col. whose address is: General Delivery. '
'-inted. Two such itmes were with our many Florida tourists Rushton leaves for Houma, Louisiana.You .
Club meeting days just shortly duty for Better
the watershed problems, and the seeking souvenirs and finding in Korea. are hereby notified that a ,
after meetingon
for Federal which mostly cheap and inartistic de- preceding or just suit for divorce care, custody
request
survey second and fourth Tuesdaysfor Churches Looking ForwardTo control and support of minor
has already gone to Congressman sign or expensive foreign imports child alimony and suit costs j
convenience of club members. Easter Season has been filed against is. the Florida
Bennett and the pavement this is a wide-open and yon i -Farming.
Elementary School LibraryIs above named Court and cause and :
of the farm-to-market road at undeveloped field. Examples.of Pre-Easter Lenten services began and you are required to serve a ,

the back of Lake Geneva. Mr.. original types of weaving and I I Given. A Boost this week as chun>hm_ .."n Y\_. copy of your answer or pleading to
--? -** the complaint on the PlaintiffsAttorney
Adams and Mr. Saunders were homemade dyes block printing Boys and girls graduating from pare for the celebration of Easter.1'- Alan C. Winter Jr., 319

ty meet with the Army Reserve quilts and applique using Flori- the Keystone Elementary School Community" Church held the Florida 2, Florida Title Building Jacksonville -

Board at the Superintendent'o s da motifs in the designs were will have some knowledge and first of the series of Bible Studies and file the original In the office of

Tice in Camp Blanding on Wednesday exibited during the talk. practice in properly using dic- to be continued through Lent the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 25th day of March. 1957.:
on
cata
:March 6, to look into the During the depression years tionaries and the library Wednesday evenings at 7:30. otherwise the allegations of said U

fi asibility of diverting the wastewater Mrs. Mitchell trained many un- logues. A complete card catalogue The minister, Rev. J. Russell i Complaint.will-be taken as confess I,

from the Humphreys Gold employed people throughout thee is being made. of the books. Young will lead these study- This notice shall be published once e tf

Corporation for relict to State using surplus and other- Books in the library are also meditation services. each week for four consecutive tl o
weeks In the Bradford County> : Tele-
lake region. wise waste materials and her being repaired and properly ac- St. Anne's Episcopal observed graph.
cessioned (meaning to list and Shrove Dated this 16th day of February
skills and ingenuity to promote Tuesday
Pavement of streets and rec when the 1957.
reational facilities were also proposed Florida crafts. She has had muchof evaluate for insurance purposes). of the church served a pancake men (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby.:
fine piece of work is the Clerk of the Circuit'Court.
her material published in This supper. On Ash
to
local committees plan Wednesday
Holy By Marian I. Crosby. Deputy Clerk .
of
volunteer project a newcomerto Communion
for needs. These and other itemswere magazines and has made large. | was celebrated at 7 %/%: 4t 3/15 I
brought before a representa contribution to the arts. She Keystone Heights Mrs. Carl a.m. On Lenten .Tuesdays T l.,
at NOTICE APPEAR
TO
with her husband 6:30
tive group at the meeting. This was introduced by Mrs. Bert ; A. Wistrup who a covered dish supper will (. Clrcalt CoBrt.' BraOforA' Crany
is the first time such an opportunity Christoffers, a long time friend. I comes from Syracuse N. be served at the church, followed Florida I. Ckaa ery-
Y. Mrs. Wistrup has had 15 years' by Joe E. Waters. Paintiff. vs. Florence
colleague Evening
has been offered the count)r Miss Cleva Carson, former Prayer and the Rev. Calhoun Waters, Defendant.
voters to hear proposed legisla. of Mrs Mitchell, in theo experience in this work having Jerry Zeller, assistant Case No. 10-2053
been. librarian in Ilion N. Y., at the chaplain I Notice to Appear
tion before it actually goes t College of Education was proThar. Canterbury House University ( To: Florence Calhoun 'alers
the home of th* Remington Rand
of
Florida will whose residence and address is:
be
Library Bureau where library speaker. the i Unknown.
Children's Florida farmers are switching more and more to electricity
workshop
furniture is made. Mrs. Wistrup be will I You are hereby notified that st
conducted
Our BusinessIf on Fridays suit for divorce: and dispositionof (
says that some help by a typist ning at 3:30 and begin property to speed work, improve efficiency, increase profits. For instance F
It's Glass We Have ltl! would be appreciated.A through continuing: has been filed against yon la the
a "bag supper" and I above named Court and cause and many dairy farmers are now installing lights in the
CALL WRITE or VISIT recent Post article being campfire. Recreation you are required to serve a copy
marked for the library use WOrkfiTr"---'-- .:" craft and I floors of milking stalls to provide better illumination! during
r nui oe 'r.
included

I Joe Peters Glass Co. brought West the the comment principal from that Clinton we- children.the program fpr all school-age in GAY'SHome \ S LtIIWJ milking.Makes inspecting for sanitation easier,speeds milking


FOR ANY GLASS NEED do indeed waste our assets whenwe St. Williams Catholic Church'began by hand or machine. Look around your farm\ discover

We Design Modern Store Fronts do not teach children early Lenten Services on Wednes- Appliances ways electricity can make your fanning more efficient. .
and enough in the field of science day
evening
Just Mail Us A Pattern for Officers at 8 p. m., to con .- ..
Rotary Elected tinue ---
through -
Table Tops Lent. The services Your Friendly
Officers elected at the meeting will be conducted .
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 24353HUNDREDS of the Keystone Heights Rotary .1 Father Skehan Pastor.by 'the Rev. Norge Dealer S "

Club at their meeting on Friday I Keystone :
Heights Baptist WMU Electricity lightens the work of the farmer's wife, too.
March 1 were: Colonel Sam Fisher has observed their NQBOE APPLIANCES .

president: E. T. Martin Vice Prayer closing Week of I For example, heating water electrically is cleaner, safer, '
with
e '
President N. Watson Harden- Frida Y? I SIAYTAG WASHERS
;
meeting. The Girl's Auxiliary hat I and more economical in an all-electric litch"faundry; ...
bergh Secretary-Treasurer. E. F charge '
of the
Wednesday COLEMAN HEATERS and '
Aiken, Ray Chance, Roy Tyre, service. The study book evening FLOOR FURNACES on the farm or in town! -

and Al Watson were elected to viewed for the was re- :=;::
the Board of Directors. These of- John group by }Irs. -"th
Camp, Mrs. Fred Ellis I We Service All MakesOf
ficers will serve for the year Mrs. Jane Puckett and Iun nna'\
of aetails are managed and economic- 1957-58. meeting held at at a luncheon Appliances "''t'"t \\SI
the
ally attended that only a trained and March Of Dimes Mrs. I. B. Tyre. home of Phone 10

tl careful organization can attend when Mayor M. L. Beasley Chair- The World Day Of ,FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY

man for the March of Dimes Prayer Starke, Florida
the urgent neM for serving is at The Community church I"
sanctuary
hand. Campaign reports that the din- will be the
setting for
the --------------
ner served in the
Woman's Clubon World Day of Prayer service ..
Friday March 1, and the bake Friday March on
8, at 7:30
sale following brought the con- This p. m.
observance .
is
DeW/TT C. JONES tributions close to.the goal set for is sponsored world-wide and "
by the United
Phone 1 Starke, Fla. the town. Several members of Women an organization Church

the Rotary Club and the Worn women from all including .
Funeral Director Ambulance Service an's Club prepared and served Everyone denominations
is cordially invited. -rr :
Our local funeral home enables nj to offer convenience and the fish dinner to some 100 peo Florida Fellowship

services not ctnarwiit I available.We pIe. Of Community Churches -- I

r PersonalitiesMrs.. W., H. Redfearn has re Heights Members Church of who the are Keystone serving .Nil.""" IN'' I

turned home from iW
furnian the highest type service at loweet price, and Bradford as officers in this newly organized

accept AN V life insurance policy in force, Issued by ANT County Hospital and is recupera body are Mrs. David A. Nelson wP'pov Anew
ting satisfactorily, as also is Mrs. *- !
company, as payment in part or in full on a funeral. serving on the Board of Directors ........4 .I
Consultation curter William P. Wilson. Little Miss and Mrs. J. Russell vim.. .....,, ___. s matt 1"""" '
no oblJpt1t.D.ct1E I ------ .a. aerv- I t u\
Suzanne Belote age four is ing as Vice-President of the c iht
new
also recuperating after ha1iAgher. Women's
Fellowship of the state-
tonsils removed at the Brad- wide organization.

ford County Hospital. Lloyd Ven- Park-of-the-Palms

-T ton a visitor from New York Guest speaker for the week

s State has been a patient in the March 10-15 at Park-of-the-of .

hospital also. Palms will be
Rev. Malcolm
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Smith i Cronk, R.
yf. S' i- had as their guests the 1 I pastor of Wheaton Bible
early Church, Wheaton, HI.! Mr. Cronk eI
part of the week Mr. and Mrs. is a profound student of I :
Scrip-
-c-- -tNSIONf. Frank L. Handy of Fairhaven. ture and a dynamic preacher. He ; ". .
N. J. Mr. is
'". SUSP ; I Mr. Smith.Handy a cousin of is very popular in Conference and I

TJIL Mrs. Walter Washabaugh of ,

Ashland, Va. is visiting her son-

fl LE in-law and daughter Mr. and FRIGIDAIRETHE

Mrs. Thomas J. Southerland. Mrs.
AtiriouncwS
Southerland entertained Friday

afternoon with a table of Canasta BEST-KNOWN S.

\ $46.50 Mrs. R. L. Walker and her NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION
:r house guest Mrs. M. C. Barwick

y 4-Drawer Letter sz. left :Monday for a visit with Mrs RANGESWATER

O. P. Gilbert on St.. Simon's Island -

BRAND NEW I and Sea Island. Ga. They AIR CONDITIONERS HEATERS

I. will go to Louisville Ga., Mrs. ,
1 Barwick's home and later Mrs. WASHERS & ,DRYERS NhMn

Walker will visit with friends ce

and relatives in Sandersville Ga. Get The Best For Less

The C. H. Haberstrohs have

received announcements of the arrival At
-
of two new grandchildren .

Sharon Elaine Bastian and Donald Smith Gara2e

Frederick Kramer. Their

mothers are daughters of the -- ,,

: Haberstrohs and live in Monti- Sales and Service .t .
1'e cello Pa. This brings the total We Service All Slake of '. '
to 23 grandchildren.Mr. 1UTE
Electrical Appliances
e ire 25% more filing capac and Mrs. J. H. Tullis have, 606 X. Temple Ave. RiELH
,
\:k i ity. The last folders are as guests Mr. and Mrs. E. L. PHONE 120
Morhart and Mr. and Mrs. Bert
g \ e as accessible as the first.
I Beams of Red Cloud Nebraska.Vacation .
y, Smooth gliding drawers -.' '0 .

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season, craft making. S Now Phillips 66 brings you its new Fun-FuEL with the higher octane
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY !'U..n."PII, STABKE, 1"LOBmA.I

I FBTOAY,.BIAECH *, 1937

i located on aerial photographsand for; his permanent pasture grass. VVVVVVYVYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy and file the original the office of -

a request has been'made fora He went on to say, "I have planted the Clerk of the Circuit Court on erly hundred boundary forty-fire a distance and of three notified and required to presentany confessed by you.
soil all kind of but I always before or .six tenths claims and demands which you This notice shall be published
feet
survey. grasses the (345.6) to an iron stake
: run either
or of
against ,
NORTH SIDE thence you may have one* each week for four consecntiv
We were discussing the Soil come back to Bahia." 18th day of March, 1957: and forty-two South fifteen- (15) degrees the estate of Joseph W. Prevail, weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph .
otherwise (42) minutes West, deceased, late -of said County, to .-
the
Bank with T. W. Tatum allegations of Mid a distance of three hundred for-
program Complaint the County Judge of Bradford Dated this nth of
will be taken U con- day Februry,
Sirs. three and
By Carl Brown two '
the other day. I asked him how YVVVYVVYVyyVyyyyyyyyyyyy teased DY 70U.I (343.02) feet to hundredth County, Florida, at his office 1* 1)57.
iron
an stake; the court house
I of said County at
he likes pine trees. He said, AAA This notice than be publishedonce run thence South seventy two Starke, Florida within eight calendar (OFFICIAL SEAL)
t/iR tltl 7e .A.AA&A.A.'A each week for four consecutive (72) degrees and forty two (42) Charles A. Darby,
months from the time of
the
"Pine trees are the thing to STATE FARM
Clerk of Circuit C
weeks in the Bradford! County Tele- minutes East a distance of the art.
three
first
A Mission publication of this notice.
Study held
was at By Maria L.
gratfh. hundred Crosby Deputy c..rk
grow: Yes sir, they will-grow if eighteen and seven tenth* Each claim or demand shall be In
Macedonia Church in Jacksonville Dated this 12th day of February 318.7 feet, more or less to writing, and shall state the placeof 2/15 41! :/J
Soil Conservation fishing or just go off 1957. aforesaid -
you go Janet _
By Turner on Wed., Feb. 27. Attendingfrom Westerly boundary of residence and post office address
and leave them. AU you have to Phone 135-J (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby the right-of-way of State Roa4 of the claimant, and shall be NOTICE TO APPEAR
N-E-W-S do is keep the fire out" here were Mrs. G. I.. Sapp Clerk of the Ctr' .uit Court number 200; run thence Nortn sworn to by the claimant, his !. Circuit Court, Bradford Cent..
....AAAAAA.A.A..A.AA&A&A Mrs. Irene Anderson, Mrs. Lola I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk teen seventeen (17) degrees and nine. agent, or attorney and any such Florida I. Caaaecry.
By Bin Haas By putting some on your land McDaniel, and Mrs. Jeanette Gas- I 2/15 4t 3Ia /$ Westerly(19) minutes boundary East a distance along said of claim be void.or demand not so filed shall Bertie Eva Honek, Plaintiff vs.
the Soil Bank }fr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwellhad four John Houck Defendant.
under hundred
Boll Conservation Service program you fifty (450) feet to
kins. After the dinner Case 10
study was the'Circalt Edwin T. Prevatt. As Administrator No. '!oi{
point of
land their last Court of Florida, beginning. ....
by as Sunday
will be improving your guests served by the host church. North Eighth Judicial Circuit, IB and YOU ARE of the Estate of Joseph Jfetie 1> j ar
using good soil and, water conservation Mrs. C. M. .Turney of Jacksonville For Bradford eo..t,.. that a suit has HEREBY NOTIFIED W. Prevatt, deceased. To: John Houck, whose residence
side WMS will been filed
begin their against
season First is Unknown
publication February 15, and whose last
Chairman Foster Shi Smith and Mrs. A. In ChaBcery. you in the Circuit kl'Olll'n
announced practices. In turn you and Judge T. Court of Brad 1957. address was Morganton,
of Home Mission Prayer this Albert Sappen- ) ford County, Florida, tarta
that the Board of Supervisors will get some financial help while Yawn and sons of Starke. week. All ladies are urged to at field, and wife ) in which the plaintiffs in Albert Chancery Sap- 2/15 4t 3/8 Carolina.
You are hereby notified that a
for the Bradford Soil are improving land. Barrett Ruby Sappen- ) penfield and wife Ruby Sappenfieldseek nit
you your Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Plaintiffs for divorce
field ) to quiet title to the NOTICE TO APPEARla
above
Conservation District will hold spent Saturday in Jacksonvilleon tend.Mrs.. vs. ) Suit to Quiet Title described lands. ClrcBlt C..... Bradford Coaaty, has been filed against you in the
Sarah Alvarez is ill and William C. ) Florida IB Qaaftry. above named Court and cause taj
its regular monthly meeting A. J. Barry, a Bradford Soil business.Mr. Mrs. Susan Sapp of Gainesville. Magill et al.!, ) of March 22, 1957. is the return day Curtis W. Taylor. Plaintiff, vs. you are required to serve a copy Of
I this
Notice,
Thursday, March 7, at LloydGreen's District Cooperator and Mrs. A. D. DuBose Defendants ) and you are hereby Lena Taylor, Defendant your answer or pleading to the
Conservation ,
is very sick also. We wish thema NOTICE OP SCIT required to file (personally or by Case No. 10-2046 oomplaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
home. used the District's seeder culti- and Mrs. Charles Stewart of speedy recovery. The State Of FloridaTo attorney) with the Clerk cf said Xotlce T. Appears Louis T. Ransom 608 Cons li,
Court,
The of the I.t-kf Lake City spent Sunday with : your answer or other defense dated Building. Jacksonville Z,
combining I
packer to plant Pensacola Bahia if any. to the Complaint in To: Lena Taylor whose residenceand
Mrs. Lois Florida
Carter and son of \V. C. Magill also known
Region Watershed with the: Mr. and Mrs. L. Durden. as WilliamC. said suit, on or before the said 22 address is: 1965 Ford Avenue,
grass seed.A Jacksonville visited relatives here Magill and wife Mary C. Magill. day of Detroit, Michigan. t and file the original la the Office
Florahome Watershed will be Dr and Mrs. H. J. Kucera and C. C. Harris, acting for appreciate, same time March serve 1957 a and at the You are hereby notified that a suit of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
acted The the weekend last weekend. and wife Harris, whose upon Jenkins & copy thereof for divorce has been filed againstyou or before the 18th day of Mac)L
discussed and upon. 'sou and water son, Bryan, spent true Christian Jenkins 241 West
complete is unknown, otherwise
name the
1957 allegation
University Avenue, in the above named Court and : Of
Mrs. Suzie Norman of Dins Gainesville, Florida
State Soil Conservation Board approved conservation farm plan was prepared Daytona Beach. Mary E. Shipman and husband Attorneys for Plaintiffs. cause and you are required to serve said Complaint will be taken n
with more spent last weekend with Shipman whose true Christian HEREIN FAIL NOT a copy of your answer or pleadingto confessed by you.
both ,
applications his Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson or Judgmentwill
McDavid
for A. F. on name is unknown, Volney J. the This notice shall be publUhei
Plaintiff'sAttoraey
be complaint the
on
her sister Mrs. J. S. Norman.The entered against
the recommendation that they be place located in Brooker. Zedra Jr. and children, Jane and Mark, Shipman and wife Ship- fault. you by de- J. Donald Gibson. 100 once each week for four consecutive
man, whose true Christian name is weeks in the Bradford County The!
combined. The watershed will extend Hamilton is managing the farm arrived Wednesday from Ventura, Northside WMU met Mon unknown. A. M. Dixon and wife The Bradford County Telegraph Smith Building Jacksonville 2, graph.

from the Camp Blandingarea for Mr. McDavid. He is going to Calif. to spend a month with day night, Feb. 25. A program on Dixon, whose true Christian a newspaper of general circulation Florida Dated this 12th day ef February
name is unknown, any and all in Etadford County Florida, is and file the original in the office of 1957.
to the Florahome area and put in pasture and, temporary their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Stewardship was planned by Mrs. unknown heirs, devisees or lineal hereby designated as the newspaper the Clerk of the Circuit Court on (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby
will include all the'lakes starting Zedr/ states that W. Anderson Sr. of Starke, and Orene Cowart. Those taking part descendants of the said A. M. Dixon, in which this notice shall be pub or before the 18th day of March: Clerk of the Circuit Court
grazing crops. Samuel Griffis and wife = lished once a week for four publications 1957; otherwise the allegations of By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
with Blue Pond, going southin Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell of were Mrs. G. L. Sapp, Mrs. Ola prior to said 22nd
they want to keep green grazingin Griffis, whose true Christian name I day of said Compalnt will be taken as 2/15 tt JII
the natural, watershed.E. front of their cows all year the state Farm. Mae Sapp, Mrs. Lola McDaniel, is unknown, and any and all unknown March A. D.. 1957.
heirs at law, devisees, or WITNESS my hand and seal of
round. Zedra stopped chewingon Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Roberts Mrs. Jeanette Gaskins, and Mrs. lineal descendants of the said Samuel said Court at Starke, Bradford
their of Carl Brown The program was! Griffis, Helen Josephine Parsons County, Florida, this 13th day of
leaned had Thursday
as guest
L. Whitehead and T. W. that ever present cigar, and husband Parsons, February A. D., 1951. 1
Tatum made requests for complete back on the fender of the pick last week W. A. Carleton Jr. of not completed this month and whose true. Christian name is un (OFFICIAL SEAL) A HOUSE LOOKS GLUM
will be continued next month. known. Charlotte Charles A. Darby as
Amelia Parsons
soil and water conservation up truck, and remarked that he Hawthorne.Mrs. Clerk of said Circuit Court.
and husband
-- Parsons, Y
Bahia DeWitt Sinclair spent the All ladies who were not repre- By Marian L. 'AND SAD AND CRABBY i2
plans. Their land lines have been will stock with Pensacola whose true Christian name is unknown Crosby, Deputy Clerk I (
weekend in Winter Haven with sented are urged to attend these A. M. Blanchard and wife Jenkins & Jenkins I

her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. meetings.Mr. Christian name Blanchard.is unknown whose, CarrieB. true Attorneys 241 West University for Plaintiffs Avenue WHEN ITS EXTERIOR 7BILLSee

and Mrs. Harold George. and Mrs. G. L. Johns of Bennett Starling and husbandJ. Gainesville Florida15 4t 3/8
1 A. Starling. 1. N. Starling and ( IB SHABBY A\\
See BILLY JACKSONI Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Turner of Tampa spent last weekend wife Starling, whose true .
with Miss Dora Clark. This week Christian NOTICE T(' APPEAR
had as their guests last Sunday name Is unknown A. R. IB Circuit Coart Bradford Coaatr
I end Miss Clark had as a guest Starling and wife Starling, Florida la >
FOR Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson Sr. whose true Christian name is unknown Chaaecry. :
her niece Miss Eva Clark of Jane Oscar J. Brown Plaintiff, vs. Betty 9/j
and Miss Mary E. Turner of Byrd and husband M Grown,
FILL DIRT DISKING Lake Pyrd, whose Christian defendant.Case
TOP SOIL, Starke. C'ty. name is unknown, if living, andif Notice To No. 10-2045
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gaskins dead, their respective unknown : Betty AppearTo M. Brown, whose residence P

And All Type Tractor Work Mrs. C. C. Brannen of Moultrie, had as Sunday dinner guests spouses or assigns, heirs, and, devisees any and grantees all unknown Street and address is: 229 Fishburn
Charleston, South Carolina.
Ga. spent Monday .and Tuesday Rev. E. C. Harvey and family. persons or parties claiming You are hereby notified that a suit
Bill Parks of Deerfield by, through under or against them, for divorce and
PHONE 165 with Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Syn- was a and any and all unknown personsor has been filed other relief
clair. Sunday dinner guest of the Oscar parties claiming any right, title, above named Court against and you cause in and the

TRANSFERCLEARANCE The Community Club will meet Carters.A er interest in and to the following you are requtred to serve a copy of
W. T. JACKSON described lands in Bradford
your answer or pleading
the
Tuesday, March 12, at 12 o'clock birthday party was givenin County, Florida, viz: complaint on the Plaintiff' to Us For Your Needed Repairs And

-l for a covered dish luncheon and honor of Karen Martih on her A portion of the Northeast quarter Attorney Louis T. Ransom, 608
(NE<,4) of Northeast quarter Consolidated Building, Jacksonville Needs Use Our Plan
first Painting
last Financing
regular meeting. anniversary Tuesday. (NEVi of Section twenty three 2. Florida -
,- Twelve guests enjoyed the occaSion I (23), Township five (5) South. and file the original In the office
Range Twenty two of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
YYTYYYYYVVVYVVVVVVVTVYYTRISING and refreshments of ice Bradford County,- Florida and or before the 18th day of March, NO DOWN PAYMENTUp
eream, cake, and punch were,,I I, being more particularly described 1957; otherwise the allegations of
as follows: said Complaint will be taken a>
served by Mrs. Martin and Mrs.'! Commence at the Northeast Cor- confessed by you. To 36 Months To
Pay
Reba Nichols of Jacksonville.Mrs. ner of aforesaid Section twenty "his notice shall be publisher
I
three (23) and thence South once each week for four consecutive ,
run
I
Billy Martin and daughters I
:weeks la the Bradford County Tele
By Mrs. Edward Norman eighty nine (89) degrees and firI -
.
ON visited her sisters in Jack I I teen (15) minutes West along graph.
Dated this 12th day of February,
AAAAAAAA1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAASunday sonville several davs last .week.1 the, Northerly I boundary thereof 1957.!
I I a distance 01 live hundred ninety-
I
Happy birthday to Mrs. Ola six and forty seven hundredths (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clerk of the Circuit Court IiN7
Mae Sapp. (596.47) feet to the Westerly, By Marian L. Crosby Clerk o
Deputy
SEWING MACHINES
Edward Norman were Mr. and boundary of the right-of-way ol O
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Taylor and State Road number 200: run 2/15 4t 3/8
Mrs. Thurman Jones and sons,
son visited the A. R. Sapps last thence South seventeen (17) degrees '''
and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and nineteen (19) minute MTICE TO CREDITORS BUILDERS SUPPLIES
week. West along said Westerly boundary In re: ESTATE OF JOSEPH W.
and daughter. a distance of sixteen an List Price r $319.95 Miss Carolyn Jones spent Wednesday forty seven hundredths (16.471)I IB The Court Of The County Judge,
\\OODLAWN MISSIONARY feet to the Southerly boundaryof Bradford County, Florida
night with her aunt, Mrs. e In Probate.
BAPTIST CHURCH the right-of-way of State Road
Leas-Trade-In On Thurman Jones. number S-125 to point of begin To All Creditors And Persons Having -
10 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. ning; run thence South eighty. Claims or Demands Against
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones preaching. 6:15: BTU, 6:45: : prayer ine (89) degrees and fifteen (15 I]I Said Estates

Any Appliance 110.95 and daughter, Carolyn, visited service 7 o'clock song services, minutes West along said South. You and each of yc: are hereby -

his parents Mr. and Mrs. R. J. ---

Jones, in Brooker last Sunday. BETIIEL

Mack Norman visited in Lake BAPTIST CHURCH

YOUR PRICE $20900Service City last Saturday. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching
Little Barbara Ann and JoAnn
services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. NASCAR'S TOP AWARD

Green of Starke spent several Song service 7:30: p. m.Rev..

days last week with their uncle R. L. Lee pastor.

and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Buck

Alvarez.Mr. .

and Mrs. Edward Normanwere NOTICE TO APPEAR

in South Florida on business la! Circuit Court, Bradford Co. tr.
TV Florida* !. Cfc.nc ry.
last week. Robert Lee Duvall Plaintiff[ vs. ,

Robert Norman visited his fendant.Elizabeth Anne Tallent Case Duvall No. 10-2013 De- GOES TO PONTIAC !

mother, 'Mrs. Maggie Norman, in Notice To AppearTo

Gainesville last Saturday and reports : Elizabeth Ann Tallent Duvall, .
whose residence and address Is:
that she is fairly well. 1618 Netherwood Avenue, Memphis

All Work Guaranteed -- Free Estimates 6, Tennessee.You .
are hereby notified that a

Fully Equipped -- DependableAll suit divorce for care, custody and controlof Grand National Over

Makes and Models has been minor filed child against yon in the Undisputed Champ

above named Court and cause and
you are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading to the All Stock Cars of Size-Power-Price !

CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV complaint on Louis the Plaintiff'sAttorney T. Ransom, 808 Regardless

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BROOKER MAXYILLE NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Home Demonstration


CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY .
CHURCHES
By Mrs. E. B. CasUeuA&&AA&A&AAAAAAAAAAAAAa. By Mrs. C. B. Nolan Notesby

By Ozora 1. Shell
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Weiner Roast Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and I DOROTHY ROSS

Lutheran Services Mrs. A. L. Green was hostessto son carried Mrs. Hattie Nolan Call Meeting principal' eulogy was delivered by 'Home Demonstration( Agent

At The Tabernacle I her Sunday School Class at a back to the doctor in Jacksonville Vice-Commander Rev. Clyde Hankerson assistant

I 122. E. Washington St. weiner roast and a hay ride Fri- last Tuesday and everyonewill American Julius Royalof pastor of New Bethel Baptist IIEXS TO MARKET Hours for the event will be 10a. (

t Beginning Sunday morning: day night. About 25 be interested to know that Legion Post 314 is Church. She leaves to mourn her Want a buy in full rich chicken m. until 2 p. m. in the after
young people all
asking
Regular services will be held members to come to
March 10, Dr. John :McNeill enjoyed this outing. he removed the cast from her loss five daughters, three sons, flavor and a large proportion, of noon.
musician, at 7:30, Sunday evening, at our an important meeting tonight at one sister brother and chicken meat to bone? Want
Scotch evangelist and Week Of arm. We hope it won't be long the one a Please Notice
school.
I will arrive at the Gospel Tabernacle -new location, 122 E. Washington Prayer before she will have good use of Business of vital im host of, other sorrowing relatives plenty of chicken meat for creamed All interested
The WMS of the Brooker portance must be' transacted before persons in or-
I for a week's series of meet- Street (near Walnut Street.) Baptist it again. and friends. She was buried in chicken, chicken and dumplingsor
Church is this week observ- March 17. Kindly .meet at biscuits chicken ganizing a Home DemonstrationClub
ings. He will also be heard on will be Pleasant Grove Cemetery Chestnut casserole, salador
of lectures Mrs. Gussie Wilkinson Mrs.
series ,
A RJE in the in Starke
the Week sam please
ing of Prayer for !! room where the Funeral sandwiches? Then contactthe
in music Directors in consider the
radio WRGR :
station ciazge
Ed Harris and children and Mrs.
given during the month of March, State Missions, at, the Church. meeting is usually held at 8 p. Music hen or stewing' chicken. agent. The phone number is
was furnished the Mt.
by
and Silas and children of Jacksonville
message. Ralph '
i m. tonight. 233 250 J and the .
subject being, "The Lutheran Monday's program was in chargeof or box number
Moriah Church Choir under the Poultry, news
Members Tabernacle visited with Mr. and Mrs.J. just now is that
of tne
is 267. The
Bible. Don'tmiss Mrs. H. C. .Douglas. Tues President Pauline Marshall is meetings usuallyare
Church and The direction of Mrs. M. E. Roberts. more hellS
will
be
have been enjoying the C. Nolan and famly last Tues- coming Jo retail
group
Mrs. Frank once a month.
these, interesting discus- day Tinney had asking all members of the'.Auxdiary Church News markets in
early March than
outstanding programs at Park- charge of the program. day.Mr. to meet in room 9 of RJE
of-the-Palms in recent weeks. sions. I and Mrs. Dave Burdette and New Bethel Baptist Church in'many a year These birds, be
Gerbhardt, Circle Meets Sunday, March 10, at 2 It Starke Youth
The Rev. A. F. pastor daughter of Macclenny were visiting p. m. held regular services all day Sun cause they are more mature and I Aids

of the First Lutheran Church The Beulah Circle of the is urgent that all members attend day starting with SundaY: Schoolat have thicker meat call for ,
BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH the in Maxville last Tuesday. being TV Filming At UF
that
I Rev. c. Bruce Stallings, pastor I of Gainesville, will conduct Brooker Baptist WMU met at They were former residents of cleared so before reports the constitutional may be 10 a. m. Deacon Carlswell of cooked slowly with water or they

Sunday School, 10 a. m.; morn- services.All the home of Mrs. L. L. Dyal Fri- Maxville and their friends will be I I conference of the Antioch was the visitor for the need steam cooking, if the meat Billy D. Dansby of Starke is
persons without a home day night. Eight members were Eleventh Dis morning. Covenant meeting was is to be appetizingly tender.
11 training interested to learn that Mr. Bur
ing worship, a. m.; trict at, St. assisting with scripting and
Augustine. March I
union 7 p. m.; evening worship church are invited to attend. present and a very interesting dette i!, a policeman in Macclenny 3031. held in the morning At 3 p. m. The stewing chicken has a good filming for a series of 15-minute

8 p. m. program was presented by Mrs. now and Mrs. Burdette is an Avon Rev. Vinson pastor preached in padding of fat under the skin'I television films depicting student

Wednesday-Hour ,of Prayer, St. Mark's Episcopal Dy LPTA salelady. Sports Melrose for Rev. A. Jenkins who that makes rich, delicious broth, life at the University of Florida.

t t|> Meets RJE Tigers and Tigerettes lost I had baptismal services all day sauce or
3 p. m. Rev. Raymond MnfM Mrs. J. Wl: Thomas, Mrs. H. gravy. The series includes such as-
The Brooker PTA met at the F. Higdon, Mrs. Bud Higdon. and in the tournament that was held | and was fortunate enough to For chicken salad, sandwichesor pects of student
Services at St. Mark's Episcopal at A. L. Mebane high school have eight candidates for bap Activities as
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS school cafeteria Thursday night. Mrs Lee Moore represented the creamed chicken simmer gent academics, athletics student
CHURCH Church will be as follows: March 12. The last, two tism. At 7 p. m. Holy Communionwas ly in water in ,
Church W. E. Bigham Jr., president, pre Long Branch Baptist Church at a games a covered pan government, social life and em
Sunday School, 10 a."m.; Morn Sunday: 9:45: am." sided at the business session. It WMU conference at the Mace for ,the season; are March 5th given to an especially large two and one-half to four hours. ployment and
will
11 available to
ing Worship, 11 a. m.; Evange- School and Adult Class; ajn.; 6:30 was voted to buy a deep freeze donia Baptist Church last Wednes and 7th between Peck .High of group of members., Regular ,service Coo]-meat and broth promptly and Florida television stations before
and Sermon;
listic services, 7:30 p. m. v Morning Prayer for the Cafeteria. .Mr. and Mrs day. Fernandina, and Keller High of on March 10 with Choir No. keep refrigerated, if chicken is to the fall term in

Wednesday Prayer :Meeting p.m. Y. P. S. L. J. W. Kelley, Mrs. William DukesJr. Sidney Wellhauasn, son of Mr. Macclenny. Coaches Butler and 2 in charge of music, Deacon be held for later serving or used opens September.

I 7:30 p. m. Wednesday: 7s p.m.- Litany Choir and Mrs. H. C. Douglas were and Mrs. Frank Wellhausen, led Shell are optimistic and feel that Green is asking all members to I in a cold dish. j CHURCH UF GOD
and Meditation; 8 p.m. next seaSon will be the one that be present and on time. Plans I For fricassee I
committee to or other
appointed as a buyit the prayer meeting service at dishes in | Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn

CHURCH OF (CHRIST Practice. Mrs. J. W. Kelley served re Long Branch Church last Thursday will produce champions from this must be made for the anniver- which brown color is desired, the ing Worship 11 a. m. Sunday
Sunday, ,
635 MiwM lnm St. Holy Communion: 1st on the second in
sary Sunday chicken
freshments after the meeting was nght. group may be floured and then Evening Service, 7:45 p, m. YPE
C. L Oerturf Jr., Minister 11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 a. m. adjourned.Mr. Members of the Maxville Home Brothers I of the Brush April: The choir organist, Mary brown on all sides in a shallow Service Wednesday 7:45 p. .m.

Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. j awaits everyone. Etta, is expected to be present. layer of
hot
and Mrs. Harold Sorrels Demonstration Club met at the Principal Eddie Thompkins is fat in a pan. Slow Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45: p. m.
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Joan Jenkins, reporter. browning
and daughter of Jacksonvillewere Civic Club last Thursday and asking all loyal citizens to continue takes about a halt hour .LAWTCT

Worship 6:30: p.m. St. Edward's Church visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. L. held a work meeting on making to purchase the buttons Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church, for four pounds of chicken. Add Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning ,

Wednesday Bible study 7:30 Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m.Holyoay Dyal and son Sunday afternoon. dresses. Mrs. Josephine Cameron, and receive certificates as mem Rev. R. J. Washington pastor, about a half cup of .water,.cover Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Service

p.m. masses, 6:30: a. m. and Mrs. H. H. Mott Mrs. J. K. amistant Duval Co. Home Demon bers for the Centennial Celebra held regular services all day tightly, place over very low heat Saturday, 7:30 p. m.FO1.

IIEILBRONN MISSIONARY 8:30 a. m.Children's. Douglas, and Mrs. L. L. Dyal at stration Agent, worked with them. tion which will be held in May. starting with Sunday school at or place in a slow oven ((325 :F.)

BAPTIST CIIURCII Catechism Clash each tended the Mission Study Coursein They will meet again on Tuesday, Persons selling1 theSe' buttons 10 a. m. with Supt. Thomas in and cook two and one-half to four

Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. Starke last Friday.A. March 12, for another work meet are: C. C. Anderson of Lawtey, charge; at 11 a. m. Love Feast; hours until the thickest piecesare

Sunday School, 10 a. m. Horn Keystone Heights L. Lennon and E. R. Shell of 7 p. m. evening worship, at which "fork-tender." seasoning may
ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evening p. Martin of Waldo was the be
ing.Mrs.
time the Communion added to the
Chapel) Starke. Hats be Holy was flour,
William's may purchasedat including
(At St. I has ill '
7:30 m. Training guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano Belle Giddens been *
Worship p. (Follow Hiway 21 south to St the Centennial Headquartersacross given by the pastor. Sister N. L. salt;, paprika, pepper on such
Union (Sundays) 6:30: p. m. Mid Tuesday.Mr. at the 'home of her soninlawand
William's Sign.) Mr. and Mrs. D. from the courthouse next i Washington left the city for Hall. specials as curry or poultry seasoning '
daughter
Wednesdays
week Meeting
Prayer of
and Mrs. J. W. Brown '
Sunday Mass 8 a. m. to the Mercury office. Ties are andale, Fla. on Sunday with lie according to family taste.
7:30 p. m. Rev. SP.. with B. Griffis. We wish her a speedy
Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. Hawthorne spent Sunday on sale at Alvarez Store. All I son, R. J. Jr. to convalesce from Starke Senior 4-H Club
Beard, pastor. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano. recovery
Confessions before all Masses. men are asked to participated in her recent injuries sustained bya These girls have as their goal

NORTH .SIDE I M Bill Hinton 'and Johnny Ma- P.T.A. To Meet this project which is being sponsored fall while working. We hope she this year to give individual ando
The Maxville P. T. A. will hol
BAPTIST CHURCH EVERGREEN quar of Olsmar spent the weekend in the interest of the will soon be better and return team demonstrations relating to It trade M MIVNEW!
their regular meeting on Wednes your
BAPTIST CHURCH with Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Chamber of Commerce of the us. On March 22nd an educational 1 the project they are working
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning on.
day, March 13, at 2:15 Thej
Worship, 11 a. m. Training Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach Green and family. | >r gram will be a surprise p.m. and City of Starke. program will be presented for At the meeting Monday, Patricia

Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening Worship ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30 We are sorry to hear that Mrs! all parents are urged to attend. FSTA Meeting in TampaThe the District Conference, accord Pellum gave two dairy foods demonstrations

7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting: p. m. Preaching 7:3
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone: Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Starke and had a major operation Several of our Maxville girls sociation will hold their annual 1 the president of the MissionarySociety hot chocolate using dry milk solids

welcome.- E. C. Harvey pastor. last week. We wish her a'are in the Baldwin 4-H 'Club meeting in Tampa on March 13, Mrs. Elizabeth Givens. which the girls enjoyed drinking 7jN1n

i KLNGSLEY LAKE speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs: this year. Their project now thatthe 14, and 15. Three delegates have Special music will be rendered d and a cottage. cheesefruit..salad..I
Linda
IIAMPTOX MISSIONARY BAPTIST H. E. Stokes Jr. baby was very food project is over is sewing been elected to represent the by the RJE Choir at Alachua. Cox prepared ambrosia. She

CIIRIS.CIIURCII Sunday School 9:45: aon. MornIng ill last week also, but is much, and skirts. Bradford County Teachers: In Florida on that evening. Other also showed the girls how to peel
they are making Anyof
Christian Endeavor, Friday, 7:30 I Worship 11 a.m. Evening better at this writing. you who have scraps of ma termediate department, PrincipalS. educators and religious leaders the oranges for the dish. CONSOLEthat

m. Bible Study Wednesday, 7:30: Prayer Meetinf C. Price School Elmer will also appear on this Elizabeth Prevatt demonstrat
p. Service p.m. Mrs. G. L. Atkinson is visiting: terial too small to make for yourself ; High program.
7:30 Sunday Morning Wore. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every Rev. Shaw is the host ed how to make a Swivels!
p. m. each fir.family,and Mrs. Reed Lewis and I or any pretty feed sacks I, Shell; Special Education, I. C.Jelson. pastor. stuffed animal

ship 11 a. m. Evening Worship,,. one welcome-Rev. H. H. Mott, in Gary, Ind. would you care, to donate to Others planning to at Thurston School News for a small child in her child care

7:30 p. m. Bible School, 10 a. m pastor. tend because of special tDon't forget the Biblical, project. She used cotton
: Mr. and Mrs. Claude Prescott: these girls? Our Home Demonstration pro on which scraps

and family of Starke spent the: agents have asked' us to tee assignments are: Principal gram'to be rendered by the Chil- tures she embroidered the fee
CIIURCII OF CHRIST Anderson, Thompkins and dreri's Bible Missionaries for the of the animal and stuffed
Supervisor
j day with Mrs. Doshie Prescott: held the girls out in this way if
t/ C. L Overturf Jr.. Minister Sunday. we have any material to spare. Shell, who will also attend benefit of the school on Sunday, it with old nylon hose which do not 'BRAND.

Sunday -- Bible Study 10 a. m. ,, If you do not know any of the Primary departmental meet March 10, at 3 p. m. in Mi t. mat when the toy is laundered. NEW .'
Eve Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Raborn of The
Morning Worship 11 a. m. ,, girls, please bring your material ing. Pisgah Church, Rev. E. L. Walker girls, said they enjoy these
Jacksonville Mrs
i ning Worship 7:30 p. m. were visiting : to Mrs. C. 'B. Nolan and it will Scholarship ExaminationsOn pastor. There will be no admission animals themselves in theit bedrooms MODEL

Wednesday Bible Study 7:30p. Beulah Harrell and family Sat be delivered to them. Friday, March 1, Essie Mae but an offering will be on their bed or dresser.

m. urday. Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Phillipsoi Aycox and Leonard Heath took taken. Thirteen girls attended the r
Radio "Old Paths"each Little Neil Hazen will leave f oi meeting, Patricia
program. the
while scholarship examination thatis Pellum
Palatka are spending a The Latimore Singers of Jacksonville vice
Sunday 9 a. m. Station! New Orleans, La. Sunday to e nwith Miss Debbie Phillips. Mrs. sponsored by the' United Negro will appear ,on Sunday, president, presided in the absence

WDVH. ter the hospital there of observa, Phillips recently hurt her handat College Fund. At Lincoln High March 24, at 3 p.m. in Ebenezer of the 'president

tion.Mrs. the Hudson Pulp and Paper School, Gainesville. They were Baptist Church. All, patrons and Sewing Workshops .
OF JESUS CHRIST
CHURCH Flora Green and Mrs. La-Mill] in Palatka, where- she is the only two representatives from friends are asked to attend both Home Demonstration Club mem

LATTER DAY SAINTS old Dora Bryant of Gainesville were employed.Mr. Bradford County accompanied by events, as they will be very en bers have started getting ready
Services each Sunday in for
luncheon guests of Mrs. Luc' Mr. and Mrs. Dan Parrish, Miss Counselor F. S. Pierce. We hope joyable.Mrs.. S. C. Price, principal spring and their county dress
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday MH.I 12244t
Hazen last week. Jo Ann Parrish, and Misses Martha that they will be successful. On ; Rev. D. 'B. Jackson, re, revue in May.
1A a. m. SacramentService Mahogany Color.
.School 6-:30 Everyone wel 1 Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs and Bernice Harris were Tuesday, March 19, all seniorswill porter.PlifflEVEL. They are busy making dresses 21*overall] diagonal
: p. m. Starke 'be the state scholarship for themselves picture tube.262 iD,
visitors in Saturday. given and their chi *q.
Hazen Mr. and Mrs.O. ,
CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON come. Aubrey. G. Strayhorn were of Wildwood,, Mr. and Mrs. James Coleman examination at RJE by the p dren which will be shown off at rectangular picture

Mary Lynn Pritchard of Gainesville : cf Jacksonville are making theirhome supervisor, at which time they the May event. Two represents With latest Zenithe "
landlord has SEVEN11I DAY
"My a wonderful t for the present with Mr. have the opportunity to be awarded tives will be chosen at that
ADVENTIST CHURCH Alph Hazen of Orlando,,, EXTRA FEATURES
Homeowners insurance policy' Services each Sabbath In the Winfred Hazen of Gainesville,, and Mrs. F. B. Coleman. $400 scholarships if they are to be in the State Dress Revue -
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Watersand successful and achieve at Gainesville in
It covers about every physical home of S. N. Brown across from and Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazer: family of Jacksonville spent last scores. : high ItV Mr.... II. !M. l\1'lhu Those attending July.the Only $13.69

Bethel Church east of of Starke. workshop
damage that can happen I Baptist Saturday with Mr. Water's mother, Senior Class Play from the Heilbronn
Starke. Sabbath School 2 m. .Ethel Mann of Gainesville was; AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWe and Brooker
to his building and furnish. p. Mrs. Dorothy Waters, and family. On Wednesday, March 27, the Clubs were Mrs: J. R. Per Month
Bible each Wednesday, visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Maniiand I Kelly,
Study Their friends will be interested to Senior Class of RJE will presenta are thankful for the much Mrs. E. L. Cox, Mrs. Channels 36 and 4
ings. It also T. W. Mar-
covers theft and I 7:30 p. m.-Arden Mote, pastor. .family Sunday.Mr. need rains that have
made it
learn that they are buying a new "Hillbilly Play" in three acts. key, Mrs. Cephus Harrell
and Mrs. John Shaw of LaCrosse Mrs.
his personal liability for ac, GRAHAM were visiting'Mr.. and; home in Southside Estates. You can't afford to miss this possible for folks to plant their Johnny Douglas, Mrs. W. T.

cidents. I'm the Little Miss Connie Higginbotham musical comedy which will make spring crops. Blair, Mrs.
tenant; does i W. L. Douglass
BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. A. I. Mann Saturday. Mrs. %
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. side from laugh :Mr. and :Mrs, A. F. Hall and Rosa Pinholster. WINKLER
your agency have such a policy ] Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning Cpl. and Mrs. Vernon Overtudand you cracjc your family of
Ben has been ill Jacksonville spent Saturday
Higginbotham ter. The is being coachedby Mrs. T. W.
Worship, 11 a. m. Training children of New Port News I group Markey assisted the
for me? at her home here. Mrs. F. S. Pierce, class night with Mrs. Hall
spon agent. with Electric
Worship Mrs the Brooker Service
Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening Va. are visiting Rev. and work
t Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schmehlsand sor. Tickets will go on sale next parents, the H. :M. McRaes, and shop.
m.Rev.. W. O.
7:30 p. L. L. Parker and family.
daughter of Jacksonville spent week. left Sunday morning to visit MiHall's r. _
Collins, Sr., pastor. Little Vickey Jean and Dianne: Rally Day 234
N.
Charley E. Johns Mr. and Mrs. uncle Temple Ave.
the weekend with Shut InsSister Wm. Jewell, and All 4-H
Jones have both celebrated their girls and their parentsdon't
: Euford Higginbotham and family. daughter at Alto Lake Wal
Emma Crum is still i in near
NEW RIVER ? birthdays with a lovely party Mrs. James Godwin and Mrs.L. forget the Rally Day Phone 166 Starke, 'FJa.I' .
.
Bradford .butis
County Hospital,
BAPTIST CHURCH do.Mr. Program Saturday at
recently. J. Padgett entertained on Saturday and ,Mrs. H. H. Lewis visited the USO.
fine and to -
hopes return
I Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship Mrs. Mattie Barry is now home doing
& Son night March 2, wither a the Tyler po.- -- -
Agency home soon. She wishes to family near Lake '
Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Servo after spending a while with h '
miscellaneous shower honoringMrs thank all the members and Butler one day last week. We are

ice. 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each daughter and son-in-law, Mr. Willie Whitlock, recent bride friends who stood many T> her and glad to know that Mrs. Tyler is I'I'B BAPTIST SERVICES-
Wednesday, 7-:30 m. Everyonewelcome. in Jackson y CHURCH
Phone 13 Starke, Fla. -L. L. p.Parker, pastor. and Mrs. C. J. Crews, elect. Mrs. Whitlock, is the former Rev. Crum during their trying much improved after spending

ri ville.Mr. Miss Louise Padgett, daughter of hours. May God bless you all is several days in the hospital. .
and Mrs. H. A. Colemanof Mr. and Mrs. Preston Padgett. Rev. Rosco
Davidson returned
her prayer. Sister Bertha Lee Starke
Gainesville were visiting Mr. Airs Laura Martin and to his Elementary School
familyof Dell is still not completely hi home'at Webster last Friday i

f and Mrs. L. L., Parker Sunday. Brooksville spent the weekend circulation, but is on the improved after visiting Rev. and Mrs.W. .
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE William Harrell made a tripto with Mrs Martin's brother and
list. Sister Janie Mitchell E. Hall and the different Washington and Grand Streets
Nashville, Tenn. with his un sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. churches. "/ .
Rme has been ill for a few days witha
cle., Guy Harrell, last week. Kilgore. M-Sgt. Kilgore was ho The Good Singing Forceful
FLA. cold and virus, Willetta Betty young people of Pine Level PreachingSunday
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thomas and
from the Tyndall Air Force in and other churches attended
Wysinger has been out of school
son Jesse, were visiting Mr. and
Panama City. the Youth
Fellowship meeting at
several with cold and Asthma
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor Mrs. Buddy Waters and Rebecca Mr. and Mrr. Ernest Padgettand days Lake City last Friday night School -------__------______ 9:45 A.M.
Bro. ,Willie Bass has returned
Thomas in Jacksonville Sunday. son of Middleburg spent Sunday Worship Services -: ___11 00 A.M.
We are glad to have Roman ---------:-----
to school after several ,
Jefferson aad Court Streets In The Heart of Town Dwight Thomas son of band tr. with Mr. and Mrs. Harry days illness and
Betty Jo Alvarez with
130 with cold and asthma. us :Training Union _____________
Phones Office 234 Pastorium Mrs. Bishop Thomas had his Padgett and family. at church again. ------ __ 6:15 P.M.
Laid to Rest They moved
tonsils removed Monday at the Misses Annette Higginbothamof i,I sunday recently to ,Palatka, where Roman Evening Worship ---------_____________ 7:30 P.M.
On March
3 at
2
Alachua General Hospital in Jacksonville and Gloria Cannonentertained p Prayer Services & Business
is Meeting Wed. 7:30
in the insurance business. P.M.
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 PJkl. Gainesville.Mrs. last Saturday night m. the funeral of Rosa Belle De-

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. Tim Thomas is home af with a party at the home of Mr. "Sue.was held at Pleasant GroveMethodist _YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-
Church, Wateroak. The Come And Bring The Children Room For All
ter several brook site ,
mending days with and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson. About 30 Qrase- fountain pens b

Midweek Service Wednesday- 7:30 P.M. relatives Okeechobee.. guests attended and had a very pastel shades Only $3.09 at Brad A CHRISTIAN WELCOME AWAITS YOU!

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at Jaunita Stalnaker spent the nice time. Mrs. Wilkinson and on Monday. ford County Telegraph. 1, I II I .
day with Linda Sue Thomas Sun Mrs. N. L. Cannon assisted _in Little Miss Judy Harris has '4

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday. day.Betty serving refreshments. been ill for several days and I.Bradford the Court Co of..tr t.e, Florida Commtr Jaige.

Jean Croley of Alachuawas We are very sorry to learn that having to ,miss school this week. la Probate.In -

-= the overnight guest of Linda Henry Wellhausen, son of Mr. and We are glad to know that Rudy Foster re: akaH.,Estate .of' Horace John "Bi /e Days Are Here Again"
Foster
Sue Thomas las, week. Mrs. Ernest Wellhausen, is ill Higginbotha* who was badly,.in T. All Creditor sad Rreare dtct'ued. .

Recent guests of Mr. and.Mrs.. this week and unable to attend jured when a tree fell on hima Having rialBui or' DenaBdiAflait

Edd S. Polk and family were band [r. school. couple of weeks ago is off of Said Estate BIBLE DELIVERANCE
You and each of
are hereby
you
PROTECT DRIVER'S license Mrs. Herman Waters of Buck Wellhausen spent last the critical list at the Bradford notified and required to present

your Gainesville Mr. and .Mrs. Faye weekend in Starke as the guestof County Hospital any claims, and demands which
you or either of you. have
Johnson and dau hter Iris Lee Edwin Chilson.Mr. Miss Gloria Higginbotham of against the estate. of Horaee may John REVIVAL MEETING

BUY of Waldo. Mrs. Leander .Pa rush and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson Jacksonville visited here Monday Foster, a/k/a H. Foster' deceased
late"of said
County to the
and daughter Clarice, Mrs. T. J. announced the arrival of a son enroute to the'Bradford County Judge of Bradford County, Florida County, BEGINNING MARCH

Parrish. Mrs. Martha Polk Mr.1 born on Feb. 25 in'the Orange Hospital to visit her brother. at his office in the court house of 10

LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCE and Mrs. Frank Polk and chil Park Hospital The young man The 2nd grade won the awardfor said within County eight calendar at Starke months Florida from

dren all of Trenton. Mr. and has been named Mark Kevin. the highest attendance ((96)), the time of the first publication of "Have Faith In God" "Jesus Never Fails"

Mo. Pelicies Mrs. C. J. Tetstone and children. Mr." and Mrs Bob Nolan and and this notice. Each claim or demand
No Membership Fees* :- 6 the 1st and 7th grades won shall be in writing and shall state
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Stokes of son of Seville were visiting with for having no tardies during the the place of residence. post PASTOR EVANGELIST

Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mrs. Hattie Nolan and family month. As of March 4 the Max office address of the claimant and
shall be sworn to by the claimant
DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sunday. ville school enrollment reached a his agent or attorney and any E. A. LEWIS SPEAKERHI

Stokes of Began, Mr and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs J. D. Padgett new high'with 100 enrolled a shall such claim be void.or demand not BO filed

Talmadge Polk and family of spent'Sunday with Mr Padgett's fine mark for this small schooL JULIETTA FOSTER CHAPEL

136 W. Call Street' Phone 285 Trenton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank mother, Mrs. Bertha Padgett., The school Will. be closed on Will As executrix and Testament of the Last'x>f WAY STARKE .

Bloss of ,Lake Butler, and Mr. Mr,and Mrs. Leslie Sweat were; Thursday,and Friday March 14.1 5, Horace John Foster a/k/a

and Mrs. Norman Parrish. business visitors in Jacksonville ,. for FEA Week. H.'- Foster' deceased.
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I Rattlesnake Bites The Dust I Starke To Host ; TrophyGivell I Rotarians Hear I Tobacco Bank


OalD'
Farm EconomistAnnual EnteredBy
*d Program


I Child Committee's. .. LII'I Bradford For Student's Rural-Urban ,Day was 67 In CountyThe


observed at the Rotary. Club

Regional Meeting '2t Auto ModelingAnother Wednesday with a talk on farm signing of agreements for

.
Products I the Tobacco Soil Bank, which
; and business relations by Dr. C.
The second annual regional .. began on a sour note on Feb. 4,

-4 s ii meeting of North Florida Chil- LI'c": : :. ; : trophy was added C. Moxley, economist with the ended Friday with the 67 Bradford -
.
...... Florida Extension Service in
drens Committees will be held in ,' : Join Wednesday to the collection al- County farmers entering the
,
F,,. Starke Monday March 11, in the ready awarded for ,the prize winning Gainesville. He predicted .a program to receive a total of

Methodist educational building @ ; //5r 'j I' model making ability of brighter future for farming due I $41,616.60.

from 9:30 to 4 p.m. Committee Florida Lonzo Kirkland, junior at Brad- to increased demand for food- When the agreement signing

S members from Alachua. Clay IL1' tord High School. started on Feb. 4 it was believed
E..YE. stuffs as a result of rapidly in-
Baker, Hamilton, Columbia, Lafayette : ..\Ijl '" .!4t\UO"f u"- This trophy was presented to creasing population. that only a little more than

Dixie, Nassau, and Brad .. IA. the school at an assembly pro- $6,000 would be alloted to the

ford Counties will attend the Festival' gram honoring! Lonzo $or winning Among the special guests of .County This small amount of

business sessions and luncheon, awards in the 1956 Fisher BodyCraftsman's the club on this occasion were money was accounted for by the

which will be held at noon. Mayor Guild model car three members of the Bradford first 12 persons who had waited

I \V. T. Jackson' will welcomethe : competition.This FFA Chapter J. T. ParrishT.J. during the night and early morn-

Mann and John Allen Shadd
'l visiting delegates, at 10 a.m. I is the second straight ing hours of the preceding night. j -
: I who comprise the team that
: j TbA. morning. session will be I year that Lonzo has won first Later the government announc.
took first place in the state
; pr psd over by Rev. W. S. Mc- .t"' place state award in the junior swine judging contest at the ed that enough money would be

Aliley, chairman of the Bradford age division and top regional I available to accommodate all who
Tampa Fair last month. I
committee and will feature talks: honors. For the state award he wanted to enter the program

; / by Mrs. Sylvia Carothers, execu- received $150 in cash and for the The program was in charge of Last week all the stops were

tive secretary of the Florida regional honors on expensefreetrip Clyde Sinclair and the speakerwas pulled out as the administrators

: Children's Commission, Tallahassee to Detroit to the Guild's introduced by County Agent of the program lifted the limitson
A display of products, or manufactured in Bradford Coun- G.
grown T.Huggins.
; :H. P. Morgan, superin- national convention.The I I the acreage that could be put

tendent of Bradford County ty, was set up last week by Mrs. Marian Howe in the (Chamber of record of Kirkland winning into the tobacco program.

schools: W. Laney Whitehurst I Commerce office in cooperation with the Festival of Florida Products, awards in the model making Service Officer Mildred Sapp, Bradford Agriculture .

director, Bureau of Mental a statewide promotion. Included in this exhibit are minerals producedhere competition goes back to 1953 Stabilization and Conservation .

Health, Jacksonville. ilmenite, zircon and staurolite in various stages of process- when Lonzo's brother Charles Joseph A. Crawford, assistant

This.rattler, measuring five feet, nine inches, and carrying 14 Frank L. Manella, field representative ing trailer hitches, sports shields, gum farming and forestry produc took second place honors in the state service officer, will be at committee office manager.
. Bateraan holding his the County Service Office from said that 177.44 acres out of a
Fayne
by
Wednesday state
rattles was killed last of the Florida Chil- tion. Other local activities in the program include displays in the competition. Charles won
here in Uoyd Green's pasture northeast of Starke. dren's Commission and Dr. My- first place state award and regional 8:30: until 10 on March 15 to discuss total of 247.64 tobacco allotment
,
prize windows of merchants. The Festival began last Thursday and con with
veterans and
problems
ron Cunningham, associate professor honors in 1954 and 1955 growing acres have been put in,

To Change Pair ArrestedOn I of education University of tinues through Saturday.Commission, and second place in the state survivors or dependents concern- to the acreage reserve program
Veterans Administration
Ways ing ben-
Florida, will be heard during the this year.Since .

01 luncheon hour. I Approves, Plan To Take 1955 Charles las .been ef its.

JP Districts Charge ." The afternoon session will bs competing in the senior division Albert L. Crosby, County servo TIlE RIGHT POINT for the

conducted Rev. Donald Koko- and Lonzo in the junior divi- iceofficer, said that appointments way you write. Come in and select
by
Told Commission Stealing Cow moor of the Bradford committee,[County Library From Woman's Club son and have not had to compete with Crawford may be your favorite ESTERBROOK
made in Fountain
advance.
Pen. TELEGRAPH
and will include talks by Dr. A. against each other. But in
Procedures for the County to which the County puts into the
change in Justice of the Two men were charged this Y, Covington, director Clay-Brad- the 1957 competition, for which
A take of the Brad- -
over operation library is in the form of

County Peace districts as sought in by Constable Bradford week pasture with in stealing Bradford a cow County.froma T.ford-Union A. Yawn,health juvenile departments court judge;, ford the Starke County Woman's Public library Club from were chases The Commission of books. members pur in- both models brothers, they are will now both constructing 'be in- Sell It Rent It Trade

Felix Sullivan would have to beset The men Martin Vivian Johns Bradford County; Miss Estelje Bradford the senior division.In ,
the
okayed Monday by dicated that they favored taking -
up by a special act of the and Thomas Herman Schider Long, director, Dist. 5, State Department Commis ioners. the national competitionthey
County over the library program and
and approved by the were arrested Monday and released of Public Welfare.At will be vying against each
Legislature
Mrs. C. L. Scholl, heading a increasing the expenditures for WITH A TELEGRAPH
County under $500 bond each. his model} CLASSIFIED
voters in a referendum, 3:15: a general assemblywill delegation from the Woman's this purpose. other. Charles entering -

Attorney :Mack Futch advisedthe Sheriff P. D. Iteddish ;aid the be presided over by Miss Club, said that "not much more County Clerk Charles Darby from Tennessee where he is in

County Commission Monday cow owned by W. H. Smith, Margaret Rosenberger, chairman college, and Lonzo from Florida. Low Good
Rates
can be done with the library on pointed out that many residentsof Results Easy To Place

Sullivan, constable in the Gra was stolen Sunday night or early Regional Planning Committee. a: club level." The principal ad- Lawtey, Hampton and other
morning from iO WORDS OR LESS ONE INSERTION . _
a pasturenear
ham Hampton, Theressa, Brook- Monday Gainesville, at which time a report vantage in putting the library communities use the library. 50
River' districts, at Sampson Lake. The sheriff of the committeewill Bradford FFA'ersTake \ EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c
er and New summary under County jurisdiction wouldbe "It's getting to be more of a

the February meeting asked thr said that apparently the pair had be made by Mrs. Hazel Mor-I to make it eligible to receive County project" Darby said. 25e ADDITIONAL FOR' BLIND ADS Oft ADS NOT PAID IN ADVANCE _
to look into the slain the animal, taken the en- instructor and coordinatorof I DISCOUNT OF 15 PER CENT O.\ TWO OR MORE MSERTIOWS
Commissioners gan, Federal and state funds. Under In other action, the Commis-
the districts trails out, cut it half in two, the Florida Youth [ State
possibility of changing I Worship. the sponsorship of the Woman'sClub sion expressing concern over the Title.I .
it to the road and load.
so that : could enlarge dragged General Extension Division, these funds cannot be obtained. amount of trash being dumpedon

the_ area of his raw enforcement .ed it in the car. I Gainesville .. Bradford County highways FOR RENT New
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activities.At n 'They were taken into custody "We would welcome the County agreed to investigate the pos- For Swine Judging WHEN IN NEED OF ment modern, two bedrooms. Size apart-of
County Sheriff John Hall I home. Couple dulred.
by Clay ,
present the County is divided Complaint Hits I taking over the library," Mrs. sit.ility of obtaining signs warn- LANDSCAPINGFILL Phone 134-J. tfchg
who stopped them about 4 a.m.
into two Justice of the Scholl said, "because more library ing motorists of a $100 fine for WE
DIRTor
Peace districts, under which the Monday as they were passing services would be provided to conviction of throwing trash on Three members of the Brad- NITLJflE BUY AND Elrod SELL USED FUR

Starke through Green Cove. Seeing the Piocedures 01 ford Future Farmers of Phone U. Furniture Co..
constables operate. North the public. highways. chapter, DISKINGW. .._ ttchc

South Starke and Lawtey comprise sagging rear end of the car, The Commissioners voted to Asked if the County could en- America were selected this! THIGPEN JR. UNFURNISHED
Sheriff Hall them of Traffic ArrestsA L. Apartment. three
the other district which i! suspected follow the legal steps necessaryin force such a penalty, County Attorney week as the top swine judging I Rt. 2 Box 245-D Alton R4 rooms with refrigerator and space
hauling moonshine, but found team in the state as the resultof heater. Also furnished
the larger of the two. making the change as out- Mack Futch replied 111'' apart'Ilents. -
297-J and
Sullivan said that by transferring .- beef instead. complaint from the fatherof lined by County Attorney Mack "Sure, if you'll arrest them." competition at the Florida PHQNE man, %%, W. Madfson.. ttchg"loll.

South Starke to his, district They were brought baCK to a man charged with a traffic Futch. The first move would be The Commissioners agreed tc State Fair in Tampa. Starke, Fla

the two districts would be Bradford County and booked on violation in Bradford County to publish a notice of the con- a proposal by County Clerk The youths T. J. Mann J I S% PAID ON SAVTNOS KEY- OCR RADIOS TENTH REPAIRED ANNIVERSARY

equalized. the cow stealing charge, with about the system of arrer. and templated action, telling the Charles Darby to request a special T. Parrish and ohn Allen Shadd STONE STATE BANK KEY AU Ifake. AU lfede'Za

better Futch's. report on the the affidavit signed by Austin bonds used here brought a sharp I date of the meeting at which the 'act of the legislature to per- were awarded an expense BER STONE FDIC.HEIGHTS FLA.. MEM. Re..o.alile. CHA.S.Cbarg5.C. SHEPHERD- gaaraafe .

After to accom- Smith. response last week from County Commission would decide the is mit the County to possess liabil- paid trip to the FFA National 103. W. Call St. If.rk.- ----- -i1.- -_

procedures necessary Judge T. A. Yawn. I ity insurance >>n trucks and rob- Convention in Kansas City in WANTED 509 new Bottled Gas I, .
the Commissioners Customers. Low installation cost. ANTED
plislbuch a change, sue.After EXPERI'EXCED
said it would be the responsibility Salesman Charged The man, Leo B. Reed of Bra- : the change 'is approved,, bery insurance for fee officers.. October or November. They Prompt Service. Harry C. Elrod RESS. Appy in person at Garden WAIT.

of Sullivan to request After Car Collides denton, contended that the arrest the governor would appoint a I The County. has been in posses- won the title in competition Furniture Co. tfchg Restaurant No telephone Calls.

initiate the procedure, in which his son was five man board to administer the sian of such insurance but has against 150 other teams from all 21 INCH TELEVISION consoles. $10 tfcgr.

_ the I legislators to I been criticized the auditors over the state. down at Dabmer's. tfchg J Jr..nuh.p FOR RENT
With Trailer TruckA required to post a $50 bond for library. by 5.room furnished

special, act.. improper passing was "bad public The action Monday amountedto because the proper authorizationhas The team from Bradford India Pomona lating house gas huter.refrigeraio0 circu-

collision between a tractor- relations for the state of Florida, preliminary planning for the not been given for it. County's other FFA chapter, BLOOMING AZALEAS & Stripes, Kingsley Rt'Ionable.Lake, phone Stars

BHS Winds Up trailer and an automobile Mon- which will '''be remembered 'adversely change, since the County will be The Commission agreed to also was high in the running on GREATLY Plant REDUCED 1A* to :.00 PRICE ___%_781._ Stehg 3/g

day afternoon in the business by my son or others receiving unable to undertake the project transfer certain County 'funds to' the swine judging. This team, FOR SALE
on lot. of 23 to 100 1954 CMC 9 ton
Season With 8 section of Call street resulted in similar treatment." until Octorer, when the new budget the new bank in an effort tc composed of Wilbur Andrews Axaleas alice tROOBEL'EDERE aa good 'ondltlon. Will Sell
_
Cecil
an estimated $375 damage and Judge Yawn's comment indicated i is set up. Under the present -II' distribute business between the Rudolph Hutchinson and Robert' AZALEA of Starkf', Rd.Moore 100. ,Inquire I mile Newton east,

Wins 12 LossesThe a traffic charge against the that he held little brief, arrangement, the only funds two banks in Starke. Cooper. was rated fifth among'the GARDEN AND NURSERY -Thornsland. 2tp 3/8
I PAULINE E4RLE COLLINS
driver of the car.Investigating I with the complaint."As I 150 teams. P. O. Boa. 168 EarletoB. Fla NEED

officers said that far as tourists are con- Enter Pleas And 41 Lose Bonds The results of the swine judging apart Get Ask them non-, pay TllCESr as you ride.
Bradford High School basketball driver of the Mark B. 12 contest were released last FOR RENT Housekeeping for our easy budget terms.
the
car cerned," the'judge said, "they ments. Very reasonable. Lights Lacy Conway Sales and
Macclenny Service.
squad lost to out of week. Contests on judging of and water furnished. 210.X. CherrySt. Union Pus
White of Apopka pulled > Station, Starke
will be welcomed as long as! they Fte
last Wednesday night in the Dis- a parking space into the path of act and laws." beef and dairy cattle were also .Phone %6i or 415-J after tfchg Cp.m. tfchg
; decently obey our
_
trict 3 tournament at Green Cove the truck. White, a saleman But those who disobey our traffic As County Judge Holds Plea Day entered at the fair by the Brad FOR SALE 4 room and
Springs to round out its 1956-57 ford youths, but the results have CABINET and Carpenter Work new house, bath
of two
bond
charge porches.
posted $50 on a laws and endanger lives I'd Small new and repair Jobs ac- down Small
season with 8 wins and 12 losses. not yet been released. cepted. Joe C. Ricks, Rt. 1 Box payment rest like rent.
from parking -
a
improper starting just as soon they stayed at I Cecil Moore 1 mile
in Arthur Wilker Starke. tfchg Eof Starke
The team entered this season position and causing an ac home." Twelve persons appeared Negro, failure to 267-A. Rd. 100.. Inquire Newton Thorns.

with only one of its members, cident. The truck driver was I court last Thursday to plea to have vehicle under control $75 Vf. C. T. U. FOR SALE 11 cubic foot Serve land 21p 3/3
with varsity Reed's complaint was containedin 1 charges against them while bonds or 30 days. Gas refrigerator used 2 years.
Curtis McGee, any Park Allen -Steele of Ft. Worth a letter to Gov. LeRoy Collins, from 41 -BETTER IS A LITTLE WITH Perfect condition S50.00.two:! FOR RENT Apartment, ('onllillt-
others were estreated persons Wilker I
the also lost
experience. Some of a bond he had burner oil heaters $8 each. Estate ing of living room bedroom, kitchenette
Tex. -
had smattering of experiencewith copier of which were sent to. 'who failed to appear ar!, County posted because he failed to RIGHTEOUSNESS T HAN Gas Range $10.00. Dining room and bath. Mrs
a Damage to White's car was appearon table and 4 chairs 1000. J. S.RUff' Mitchell, 305 W. Madison tfchi
and Junior high Sheriff P. D. Reddish and the I Judge T. A. Yawn held the Jan. 31 as ordered. GREAT REVENUES WITHOUT < St.
B sviuads !. Rt. 1. HOT 2fi I. tfrhgFOR J
estimated at $350 and damageto
Telegraph.Reed session of bond plea day. RIGHT.- Pro". 16:8.
and had to learn the monthly WAITRESS WANTED
teams some During the month of Apply in
the truck at $25. February, Furnished RENT
person at Hotel,
said his charged' All but two of the defendants Thomas Gainesville
the bottom up. son was 614 LakeSt.
fundamentals from Officer Perry Kite Jr. and As- including plea day, 92 traffic and modern conveniences. before 11 a.m. or after
But next year Coach J. C. Hobbs with improper*passing by Deputy i appearing Thursday pjead) d guilty.Of criminal cases were handled by Adults. Mrs. A. F. Sauls, 633 p.m. Ztchg 3/S t
sistant Chief Riley Sweat in- MoMahone Rt. Call 183-W. Itchg
expects the picture to be different. I Sheriff Russell Redding on Feb.I the two pleading not guilty, Judge Yawn.A WRGRSTARKE

member. Joe Harden, will vestigated the smashup. 5 while enroute from Charlotte, one case was dismissed and the REAL ESTATE WANTED FOR nEXT Three bedroom un-
one furnished
Only house.
case of contributing to the Range and cir-
be lost to the team through gradu- N. C. to Bradenton. He said Red- other was set for trial. deliquency of minors \\> specialise Acreage-large or culator heater furnished. 45C W.

ation. The others still have one New Baptist ChurchIs ding made no "attempt to deter- Lindell Bradley, 19. pleaded been placed against Owen which Thorn-had FLORIDA mall ..tract We Mould Hate appreciate pronpeetlteBarer you Madison 1. Phone St.473-W.Available about March tfchg

or two more years in school. Organized Here mine when a personal appearance guilty to a profanity charge, but ton and Ellis McRae was dismissedon PHONE 500 IIU.a.ar property with a*. If
newcomerto voud! be convenient or possible, Judge Yawn deferred sentence priced right. Mail tat Blalae Crosby.iMoclate SALESMAN To Sell Necessary,
Kirkland a eb.
Reason 20. The
men were popular
charged items
(Continued from Page 1) siting such date at 28th of Feb., until next plea day awaiting her : business used by homes and
the court game, was high man with persuading two 13-year-old 7:00 TO 7:15 A. M. NEWS OF houses. Above average
for the season scoring 240 pointsfor 1957." action on repaying a bondsman girls to run away from home. THE WORLD BROUGHT TC]I ROXIE P.OBox233Pompano TIIOHIS! REALTOR investment earnings to hard workers. J75.00
Asbell and B. T. Thomas. Feb. 28 is the date for the who had lost his S50 bond when .. Beach, Florida In samples required
an average of 12 points a -' YOU BY B. T. THOMAS LUMBER refundable upon return. Answer
McGee was second scoring Building and grounds committee monthly 'bond plea day, when she failed to appear in court on I CO. 4tiSE 3/15, in own handwriting stating; quali-

game.216 points for a total of 10.8 : W. J. Dodd, L. A. Canova., bonds for traffic violation charges Dee. 31 as originally instructed. J JI Negro Released FOR RENT 2- bedroom unfurnished -' fications.Bradford Confidential.CountyUTe egraDhntp Bnr 555-A

Ewell Lawson Dave Paulk. R returnable. If Reed i house. Newly painted.
are younger "When on the next Monday Through Friday % 3/g
points per game.Macclenny eliminated BHS from O. Dansby, P. T. Nolin and D.. does not appear in Court on that I plea day you you better appear show evidence j In Wreck CaseA 6:00 Sign On and News Phone 21S, Mrs. Mundorff. tfchg- .

of L. Thomas. The visitation chair day to plead to the charge his that you have replaced the bond 6:05 Songs of the Gospel I FOR SALKt 'O' x 2O5 lot la 8tark'* INTRODUCTORY OFFER
tournament a score
the by man is O L. Linsin. $50 will be forfeited. money" the judge said.A Negro man was found nol! 6:30: Clockwatcher brat residential retlon.! Price Fulbrite Floor Polbh
McGee scored 14 points and ':.000 ea.b.
58-44.
The trustees are P. T. Nolin, Reed said that "the action by
guilty of improper 7:00 News of the World
8 case against Willie Padgett, parking anc I Regularly $1.33 per qt.
Kirkland points.Bergman S! A. Lawson, L. A. Canova. A. the deputy sheriff of Bradford for the 15 a re" J1....... with good 5 roan
7:15
Day
charged with pisposing of property causing an accident as Mayor W. Hymn and bath home, 5 acres IB peruGroe Now A Fuller Brush Special
J. Thomas Sr. and W. J. Dodd. County has effect of exacting a .
7:20 Bulletin Board of the Air la rxrelleat eaaditioa.Priced
under lien, was set for trial in the T. grote. 2
Jackson in For
Brynner Twelve deacons are to' be elect- $50 fine for an alleged .minor term of court which be- city court Mondaj r 7:30 Weather Around the Nation low oad with good term. Qts. Only $1.99

ed at a later date. traffic violation, without benefit spring ruled that the wreck in which h< Limit one special to a customer
Shine In AnastasiaSuperb gins on the second Monday in 7:35 Clockwatcher Wanted Good natl.,* OB large or
"The church is fully staffed.:It of' trial." was involved was unavoidable. 7:50 News and Sports .mall tract at oaeei al_ 2latia YOUR FULLER BRUSH
Anril. Padgett under $500 bond. on retirement houea aad small retirement -
performances fcy Ingrid Thomas said, "and plans will Reed was arrested at 8:30 in wan 4 represented v by attorney Lloyd, Testimony revealed that the ,8:05: Clockwatcher tract with home OB- land. DEALER

Bergman Yul Brynner, and Hel- soon be made to start buildingJor the evening and could not have Bass of Jacksonville. I :mishap occurred' when the Negro, 9:00 Music for the Missus Free OPEN LISTINGS. JESSE M. RITTER

highlight "Anastasia," its needs. The church is in been brought immediately before dismissed .Chester Arthur Crum opened the 9:25 Voices of the City STROfT REALTY P. O. Box 855 Phone 8576
.
en Hayes The a charge
could have judge Johnle II...... Rep.
playing at the the Florida Theatre the process of purchasing a the judge but remained of driving without a driver's'! door of his car on the side to- 9:30 News Around the World 5 ml. Sooth of fetarke OB IT%. 301 Green )Cove Springs, Fla 2t
for the
tract of land on West Madison in Starke night ward 2 tehg 3/15
the highway and the 9:45 Radio Chapel
i- Sunday through Tuesday. license which had been placed open
in the .
and morning.In
Abounding in love mystery and street. appeared the bond at $50 Red- against Albert Butler, Negro, after door was struck by a car driven 10:00 Kitchen Club. HEAR "BULLETIN BQARD OF Earthworms and N'ightcrawlers For
setting by Mrs: Barbara Moore Alvarez. 11:00 News Sale. 2 3/4 mile from Starke on
intrigue, this film' is based on the was following a schedule Eutler showed that' he posresseda THE AIR" New Planding Hi way. Mrs. Nancy
daughter Guest' : Minister ding Crum testified that he was 11:05 Let's Go Calling Gllsson.
the license.
that youngest
legend r.2t up by Judge Yawn. Recentlythe URGK DIAL 149O at 7s2O ..... each ltp
of the last Russian Czar came summons paying attention to a child in the 11:30 Farm Roundup week day. Spoanored by Florida
alive. The Rev. David J. Cathcart, executive judge called on officers under Failure to answer a car when the wreck occurred.He 12:00 Luncheon in Dixie Realty C...* .. a nubile service. Call FOR SALE(;. E. Electric Range.
revolution
through the of the jurisdiction of County Courtto on a traffic charge in May, Tel. 500 and aaaoaaee roar rellglfraternal Good condition. $25.00. Phone
secretary of the Board was parked in front of Vol- 12:15 Noon News 3639. Keystone Heights.
Metal aid chic
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when beau- General u.* actlritle -
The story begins a adhere strictly to this bond 1956 cost Washington
Education of the Methodist Church ley Starling's store on Road ,16. .12:30 Talk of the Town *. So obllgatloa.FLORIDA .
tiful but bedraggled woman schedule. Hankerson a f75 fine or 30 daysin FOR SALE
(Bergman) is found by ex-Gen will deliver the message .at the jail. Hankerson pleaded guiltyto In other action, Osear Martinez 1:00 Songs of the Siesta REALTY CO.
evening service Sunday at the Starke Guardsmen 2:00 News This Utelr :2 B. R: h*... I. .
eral Bounine (Brynner) who believes First Methodist Church. the charge. He said he was a sailor from Green Cove Of Starke .f the b..t IvratloM IB (.**.. ..e oa

he can pawn her off as [Practice FiringThe sick on the day) war to appear Springs, was found not of 2:05 Music for- Motoring Telephone 5H3X55 I very spacious lot. I really ....'.
Rev. Cathcart haa"served appointments j guilty 3:00 News Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. ....II.,. that JOB Ma beat thU !.
Anastasia. Grand Duchess of in the Florida Con- and never received another notice. having an improper' driver's li a "Home B.,". A good boy today

Russia, and claim the 10 million ference since 1932. Previous to men of National GuardCo. Judge Yawn deferred the sentence cense. Mayor Jackson told 3:05 Radio Ranch FOR RENT Nicely furnished I for ..]y 97,000. .a ter....

%. pounds the late Czar left in the his appointment as secretary to C underwent marksmanship of Julian Chauncey of Live Martinez that though it is not 4:00 News yard.four Adults room house or couple with with enclosed small Home site. 3 A. w..at .f fnT ..

Bank of England for his heirs. Education he served training this week in. preparationfor Oak on the condition that the mandatory for armed force personnel 4:05 At Your Request Child. Located at SiS W. Call St. Road 16. boat SOO ft road froatage. -
the Board of A daady place ..
6:00 The World Today build that
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drill at to Pines Phon
Anastasia is led through 'a five other churches. For nine weekend of firing defendant go Bay who do not have childrenin flew" home and have I... and lots of
Camp Blanding on March 16 and Veterans Hospital as he intended. 6:15: Instrumentally Yours FOR RENT Three bedroom unfurnished room
training program, emerging a he was .minister at Swaim school to purchase driver'slicenses

,.- beautiful and accomplished wom years Memorial Methodist Church in 17. Each year the members of hauncey, an unemployed barber, in the states in which 6:45 7:00: Public News Service. Drite. Call house.680 before 631 S Pinewood p.m. or 20 A. farm with 3 B. R. .....
x the company must spend time on bad been arrested for vagrancy.The 482 after 5 Available about Hath deep well. ssired for dee.sto'e .
an. Jacksonville and for three years .. they are stationed it would aid 1:0'5 p.m. Sealed
the to maintain sentences of others pleading Shank of the Evening Mar. 15. Itch? thronghoat.: CUkeU I.
Dozens of former members of served at the Bryan Memorial firing range i their relations with local authorities all bed roo.... Balt-la rablaet
qualification standards with their guilty were: Willie Gene Melton, 7:55 News and Weather RENT Two bedroom fur- la kitchen, "ith' 2 eoBtpartmratslab.
MiairiLThe FOR -
Russian nobility and others Methodist Church in if they would do so. .
the mall
driving without a driver's license, 8:00 Sign Off nished house. Inquire atMart1n'aFruit OB and aehool aid has
weapons.
titles who fled Russia Rev. Donald Kokomoor, Martinez Texaa ltchg Roate. Owner transferred and
without possessed a Shop. cara
invitation to Two new men joining the company $35 or 15 days; Ted Wallace Saturday sell for 1-I.:OO. with__ t...____
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Soviets came into pow pastor, extended an license and he has been in n.
the said
when reckless Same schedule as above except Colo-
services" this week were Tommy F. Ewers, driving $35 or LOST Pie Pan Tin. name
Important roles in the everyone to attend these Florida about four months. I nade it at St. Edwards roast See me for theMand -other flue
er. play Griff of Lawtey and A. B. 10 days; Robert Lee Waters, improper 1 to 6 p.m. Road Show.Sunday on I lI.t"a- L"t your
beef Feb. 22. Belonged to Property with
received high supper.
film. Bergman has 1 $25 10 Bonds of $25 wer forfeited .... Come by, phone
MISSIONARY Whitehead of Raiford. Griffis is! license or days; Benny Finrer Jr. deceased. Please or write.

praise for her performance Yul in the is WOODLAWN BAPTIST CHURCH a veteran of three years service Michael Reichart speeding $30( by Cloyce Hattney and James 7:30 Sign On. Religious programs' return< to Mr. Finzer' at Big Itchg Dad. WALL REALTY

title role,' and Brynner cue-ball 10 am. Sunday School. 11 ajn in the National Guard and White- fine and license suspended for Tyson. Hattney was charged untUlp.m. V REGISTERED

seen again with the ,. Lee Improper and withpassing 1:00 6:00 The Show FOR SALE Five room house. BROKER
6:4: head is a sophomore lat Brad' 60 days; George Negro with speeding Tyson to Sunday
in "The King preaching. 6:15 BTU, pray $350.00. Wired for electricity. B. On 466 ...
and haircut I." he wore I er service 7 o'clock song services ford High School. passing, $35 or* 10 days: in a no passing zone. 6:00 to 8:00 See schedule above. L. Barnes, Hampton Fla. ltp say %. W.I..t P. Itarke 4S-j



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