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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 22, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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.: VOLUME SEVENTY-EIGHT' STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH %2. 1957 MrtlBER THIRTY-NINE

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Stage : a! Council Accepts Bid Plan To Obtain Three Boards Work Out





Warmup i Y Nra For City InsuranceThe 301 Rigfet-Of-Way Proposal On Race Funds


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Funds ,. .- .... ".... .' -- ''. _u" ___.
ParadeDown City of starke's insurance Split Formula
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business was given Tuesday nightto City Approves .: )
Opposed By Bishop
Wall underan 't.c .> .
$ the H. C. agency were lifted 'about the '
t agreement which will give the of the County obtaining _
prospects
r Agreement on reallocation of
Fr Wall agency, which writes the Bid Of to ahead with the T track funds
Rezoning money go race among the Hospital _
I 4"n policies, 40 per cent of the commission purchase of rights-of-way for Board, School Board and

s sS on the premiums and the four-laning of U. S. 301 northof County Commission seemed in

the Charley E. Johns agency and Starke as the County Commis- s the offing last Thursday nightas
Call Power
L11 the Doyle E. Conner agency each CompanyThe sioners and other County citi- } members of the three groups

t. 30' per cent. zens met with State Road Board worked out a new formula which

The Council members, after i member Earl Powers in Gaines- L:4cKYf would give about $40,000 addi-
Council Tuesday night
hearing the representatives ex- I City ville Monday.The tional funds to the School Board.
: Street agreed to a request of the Flori*
plain their bids, and wading plan outlined at the meet- The new plan called for the
[ through a maze of insurance da Power & Light Co. to rezonea
: ing was to request the State Hospital Board to recieve a flat
terms decided that the Wall tract of land on Colley road Road Board for an advance for I $15,000. the Commission to receive

:. agency was low bidder, but that from residential to light industry. this purpose. Members of the ; one-third of the total sum
c---__ _. --'- -- <<. ..---" i all of the bids were close. Bradford K
This action had been approvedthe delegation at the meet and the School Board to get the

"With so few dollars difference previous week pending the ing said that Powers expressed rest
Commerce
Mn Marian: Hone, secretary of the Starke Chamber of '
i in the bids, we ought to make outcome of a meeting between support for this proposal and t. But disapproval for the plan
In crisp black taffeta with matching bonnet, and Gene Noegel, as a our selection by putting the city officials and Florida Power would carry the County's bid to .. __ was strongly voiced this week by

frock-coated boule\ardier, led last Saturday's impromptu warm-up names in a hat and drawing one & Light officials.An the State Board. Bank President Charley E. Johns receives new Institution's I County Commission Chairman H

parade through the business section. out," Councilman W. H. (Billy.) agreement worked out be- Against this advance the Coun- charter from E, E. Peterson, state bank examiner representing the A. (Buddy) Bishop Jr. who was

Noegel suggested. tween the two groups stipulatesthat ty Commissioners would pledgeto State Comptroller's office New bank's cashier, Win. S. Terry, is at in Georgia last week on businessand

TI Under the new insurance agree- the power company will dedicate its secondary road right; and assistant cashier, B. F. Boone, left. (See other picture on unable to attend the meet
ment the city will pay $5,443:99: consult with city officials before' funds for the next three years.It Page 5.) ing.

LtI -t : for its insurance. This coveragewill making any connections within was brought out at the Not Settled

include fire coverage for the city. meeting that the funds will be
Bishop, urging a larger shareof
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< buildings and equipment valuedat In other action, the Council needed within a short time since Business the funds for the Commission,
the work on the deeds is slatedto Operations Start
workmen's
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$443,000, compensation discussed transferring part of indicated that as far as he is
be completed in 'about two
I comprehensive liability. the city's funds to the Community concerned, the meeting last week
I -., auto liability and tIThe employee bonds. State Bank to divide business weeks and the purchasing of the At New Community Bank did not settle the issue. The
rights-of-way can get started.A .
w IW'a liability coverage limits between the two banks in Starke. matter will probably be broughtup
member of the delegation
expressing -
were boosted to $300000 per ac- The Council agreed to join an the importance of the The fruits of two years-of dreaming, planning and work- at the next Commission meet-
cident $100,000 per person and ing, he said, and that
organization composed of other suggested
project to the ing was realized Sunday afternoon the
County, stated as gleaming, modernnew
.
$10,000 on property damage.The the
municipalities owning their own Commission's position may
that "if we don't pet the road Community State Bank of Starke for in-
--- was opened
be .
insurance decision this power companies and electric four-laned I changed.The
before the turnpike is
of the
week was carried over from a cooperatives in hiring an agentto built the value of the spection public! three Commissioners at

\ meeting held Monday of last look after the legislative in- along U. S. 301 will decrease.property Bank officials estimated that between 1,000 and 1,500 the meeting M. O. Harrell,

week which bogged down when terests of these groups in the Attending the Gainesville meet- people visited the building during the "open house" cere- Harold Norman and Lawton

the councilmen found it diffi- Florida legislature. Starke's sharein ing were the Commissioners, Sen. monies Sunday afternoon. Crawford went along with the

f cult to determine comparativecosts this project will cost $75 a Charley E. Johns, Rep. Doyle E. After an_ 'inspection H. Monday, plan worked out at the meeting

when the bids were pre- quarter or $300 annually. Conner City Clerk Carl, Johns. the state comptroller gave the I saying that their interest was in

sented on different
bases. future meeting the proposals of Clerk Charles Darby and County business and the banking activi- now receiving, not in obtainingany

The Councilmen advised the I a group which is pushing a bill Attorney Mack Futch. ty got started at 8 a.m. Tues- of the funds relinquished by

insurance men that the policies I for more extensive pension and On Missing PlaneStaff day the Hospital Board.

written will be audited to make insurance coverage .for.. police and___ "We are very well pleased' Plan Suggested
sure they comply with the requirements fire employees. Bishop said that he would fav-
with the number
of accounts and
The Roscoe Bullingtons (left) and Tony and Mae Gonzalez seemed DAYDREAMINGPAYS
established when thr Action on a request by the Sgt. Charles Ed Carter, amount placed on deposit," a or a plan which would give the
to be stepped right out of the of a Gay 90's magazine as i
pages reappraisal of the insurance picture Community State Bank for no OFFA son of Mr. and Mrs. George B. bank official said Wednesday after hospital its $15,000, but divide
they strolled down Call Street in the Centennial's first "dress up" began.The the remainder between the other
Carter of
parking spaces at the exit to Bayless Highway, was two days of operation. I I
Saturday. revision of the city's insurance the driveway around the bank deputy sheriffs day- reported by, the War Departmentlast The new institution has been two; boards with 60 per cent going

set-up arose as the Council was deferred until the next meet- dream was instrumental in week as "missing in flight." in the planning and building to the schools and 40 per

1 discussed purchasing Insur- Ing. Members said they wantedan bringing about the arrest It is believed that Sgt. Carter stage for about two years. It cent to the Commission. With

ance for the new power plant. opportunity to look' into the Wednesday of two truckers was on a C47 that took off is capitalized at $100,000 with this division, Bishop; said, the

..v.h Feeling a need to better organizethe situation. The bank officials contended wanted In Bradford Countyon Tuesday, March 12, from near $25,000 surplus, $15.000 undivided, Commission would receive: about

situation and seeing an opportunity the spaces are necessaryto charges of petit larcen- Tokyo on a routine 295 mile profits and $5,000 organizational $5,000 more than the nearly $55-

to save money, they provide a safe view of traffic T- flight and crashed, 400, feet frgm expense. v.rwcvcsr.f.- 0O 1 boatd.4o-now-getting,

called on the three companies for. people. enterlnalhe..street.-. ,\11'8.1 LM-a Normani; 'Sheriff the top, of a snow covered mountain In remarking about the new and 'the School Board would receive

to make separate surveys and The Council gave Power Superintendent P. D. Reddish's office in central Honshu. facilities this week, Sen. CharleyE. about *$35,000 more, and the

i" p t r 'z present bids on the insurance. Riley Wasdin the go deputy, said she was gazing The wreckage of the plane Johns, president of the bank, Commission would receive a pro-

i ahead to put up the Christmas out the window' Wednesday has been found, but there was no said the bank will aid the com portionate increase from any In-

... 44 lights on Call street for the afternoon her at- sign of the two officers and two munity by providing a new crease that may come from the
.
Residents Hit tention race_ track source.
was attracted
to
Centennial| celebration. a enlisted men who were on the source of money and credit"I
truck going by' which was "I know the schools are run
feel
flight. The Carters received a that there are plentyof .
owned by one of the men down," Bishop said, "and I' am
that adverse available to
message Tuesday deposits supporttwo
Planned Location Council. Opposes wanted here. weather is still holding up search. banks," Johns stated. willing to give them the larger
She quickly told Bishop _
But
DeputySheriff operations but that rescue ef- Guiding the bank's daily opera- share of the money.
Dividers On 301 Fate Brown who tion will be cited the rundown conditionof
fortsill be resumed as soon William S. Terry,
: 'it chased the truck and to
apprehended the Courthouse, the need
For as possible. cashier and executive officer, and
Y City DumpA the pair. expand the clerk's vault, the high
I B. F. Boone, assistant cashier.
I- > ? r Before going to Japan Sgt
M uiVY' The City. Council. Tuesday night The men were John Hooks his banking careerin cost of maintenance for equip-
-- -- ----- to Terry began
Carter was assigned duty
passed a resolution opposing the and W. E. Harrell, charged 1921 at the First National ment and other financial needsof
of Starke resi- Boxcars.He .
rT delegation with the Flying
with
the
petit larceny
construction of center division as the Commission
Bank of Van Wert, Ohio. At that
dents Tuesday night protested to of is the brother of Paul Carter -
result
islands in U. S. 301 when the four- passing a bad (Continued on Page 10)) (Continued on Page 4))
the City Council about plans to of__ __ of
laning work begins. check last week at the B Rfarbe, an employee
establish a new city dump on a & G Truck Stop. They were Humphreys Gold Corp., and Jack
: 400 acre tract of land the city The resolution, which had been released after making restitution Carter, Lake Butler insurance Street And Sewer 111111
Paving ProgramsGet
-- --_... -- .- .. _--- Is purchasing near weIr homesin requested by C. L. Scholl, ownerof on the check and salesman.

This bonneted bevy of Centennial Belles was among the many who the northeast section of the I the El Rancho Motel on northU. paying costs. .
S. 301 is to be sent to State
gathered at the courthouse afternoon for the colorful city.
Saturday
prom With Tax Boost Funds
The Council applied finishing Road Dept, officials. It calls for Underway
nadl".
touches to the purchase deal the elimination of these dividing Closer TiesBetween

m n_" Tuesday night by adopting a resolution islands to three miles beyond the Starke Men ElectedFour _..... r..k.__ .
authorizing the borrow- city limits. Y

ing of the $5,000 purchase price Scholl said that with the division members of Starke Starke -1: sr

from the Florida Bank at Starke markers, businesses along American Legion Post 56 were S '

The property is known as the the highway are in a position to : elected officers of Voiture 1388 '
Guy Edwards proferty. attract traffic traveling in only of the 40 et 8 at a meeting in "-

1tr S C. R. Bradford, heading the one direction.The I Gainesville last Thursday, March Jax Proposed

delegation contended that a bet- Council unanimously endorsed 14.
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+. 0 ar ter location could be, obtained the proposal and Sen. H. A. (Buddy) Bishop Jr. was
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which would not affect so many Charley E. Johns and Rep. Doyle elected Chef de Gare; Ray Stone. Three representatives of the
-..l.of find meet- conducteur W. H. (Billy Gra- Jacksonville Chamber of Com- 4
people and offered to try to Conner who were at the ; ) I
such a location for the city. ing also expressed support for ham, cheminot, and Dr. A. Y. \merce Tuesday met with mem-

$:: Council members agreed to its measures. Covington, medicine. bers of the Starke Chamber and 3
made to establish strongerties
plans
1
postpone using the new propertyas
.t N + a dump for 30 days to give Moonshine RunneOr r Gets Fine Of $250 and a more cooperative program .fj ,
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between the two groups.As .... .. ''9
il tld Bradford an opportunity to finda ,... "< ...: '. .
F >C f new site which would meet their a first step in establishinga '_>. : '!sa"b r

requirements. If he does find a 50 Days; OtherA Case Set For Trial closer working relationship d .be-. _,-...:-.; -- --"rr-,''' "< _,":':. 1 j
said that tween the organizations, the < "- """ "". "
satisfactory tract, they '.-t.'j; S2sThe
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M '. they would consider working out Negro man, Kermit L- tion Parris opened one'of the I groups planned to get togetherin ----- -- ---- --

an arrangement to trade property. Clark, arrested' March 1 on drums. and discovered it was a luncheon tentatively set for first truckload of llmerock Is dumped on Bay street, marking

B ra df o rd sal d h a has, .oi,n_nt..' a charges of possessing and trans- moonshine, he testified.He the first Thursday in April. the beginning of a street paving program by the city City Councilman -

-1 I lot of money fixing up his property porting moonshine, pleaded guil- testified that he asked Virgil Fox heading the Jack- L E. Clark. supervising the project is at right the Street Supervisor -
Another group of Sister of the Suish show off their Centennial and "I don't appreciate a ty in Mayor's Court Monday and Clark to let him out, but Clark sonville delegation told the
I S. B. Hicks is holding the shovel. Member of the street department -
. finery before starting the promenade down fall Street. dump being created right next was sentenced to pay a fine of told him. "You've gone this far Starke members to designatesome

I to it." $250 or 50 days. Trial for Clar- you might as well go the rest of topic they would _like_ to I are at left.

Parris. arrested with Clark, the way. Nothing is going to discussed and they h would nave .
the ence
,. Council members said that
'' I Limerock was laid down on on out to Temple avenue.
continued until a later date. happen. the subject on
was an authority on
dump will be a "sanitary dump"n Bay Street this week as the Added projects are also under
which the will be covered Mayor W. T. Jackson continuedthe At this point Mayor Jackson hand to answer questions.The .
garbage city began work on the street consideration because of the ad
UP--. everY. day.- case against. Parris. after asked Parris if he attempted to purpose of the move to : paving program which was set up ditional funds realized by the
But the delegation was not conducting an informal hearmgwhich turn off the key or use any other bring the communities of the at the time the 5 per cent in- saving in construction: coets.

7 i ..tw convinced about the sanitary Parris' attorney Mack methods to stop the car and get area into closer harmony is to crease in utility taxes was put Clark said. These additional projects -

part of it "Beside: a dump is nota Futch, tried to bring out evidence out The Negro said no. "I wantedo promote the whole 'area in efforts into effect are Pratt and Saratoga

'* good place to live no matter tending to show that the Negro get to Gainesville," he said. I to bring industry here. All The sewer project on east Call streets to Orange street
; woman had hitched a ride with Clark Mayor Jackson tentatively set of the communities will be benefited the
I how sanitary it is one street, another project for which The saving is produced, by
commented. and was not involved in the the trial for next Monday, but by working together, Fox these funds were earmarked, is work being done by city workers,

.; .J.: They also noted that the val- moonshine deal. allowed an extension if Futch said.The also in the first stages of con- instead of hiring a contractor.
"", ues of the property would decrease On requesting the hearing. unable to obtain a court reporter Jacksonville men expressed struction. .The .method, used by Clark and
N A and the growth of the Futch told the Mayor that if it by that time. interest in the growth of the About $1,200 was on hand for his I crew it to apply a layer of

-.. .. ;. section would come to a halt was conducted a trial may not The Negroes were captured whole area on the theory that street paving this week when fine granite atop. the limerock

r after the city dump is establish be necessary.But about 1 a.. m. by Officers Earl what benefits the area will bene- the Bay street project was start- and coat this with an oil spray.A .

ed. after hearing statementsfrom Miles and Shep Tomlinson with fit Jacksonville. The groups agreed ed. Councilman I. E. Clark, su- contractor would cost about

Council members said that both Parris and Clark on eight five gallon drums of moon-, that the same premise would pervising the project said that seven times as' much{Clark 'vakL

$ this location was the best that the issue. Mayor Jackson said shine in<\the car they were driv hold true for'the other sectionsof with these funds he plans to Other projects on the Jist.

S ,' ." \ was available and affected the that he had "doubt that Parris ing. Both men are from Gaines- the area. finish Bay street pave Jefferson which win be undertaken as the
:#. :: ) 1t.' last number of people of any made any great effort to get ville. Fox pointed out that many industries street from Temple Ave. to money becomes available, are

';' \ ... :;. ..... .. property thev could find. out of the car after" he discoveredthe n.j-tciiric., his acuicuvc........n.. was passed, makin 1. : The search for a new piece of moonshine. inter- should be from St Clair east to the Old
Chamber These projects
Jacksonville are
4
,. Clark said that he had just returned -
; ;,JF.--- testified that he pickedup north to East
I. the need arose Clark Road and
said.
began as he Lawtey
month
__ property smaller this
jf in in completed
ested locating
4..:
':'01- ; to this section after hay
t' ;
1; .-. .. r a. Ji ''f ;,-...'..:.:;....-# t'o '", w for a new source of fill dirt. Parris at ,a service station in New York for about communities and these can be The original plans called for Brcwnlee. ,

. ,' I I1, -'.',. ""_..-":"" ,,-.,-.'. '.. '" 4!,.'-' Council members noting that the after taking on the load of moon- ing 15 been He said he had a wife referred to cities.such as Starke. only 400 feet of Jefferson to be For the sewer: project which
'. Jacksonville He said years.
: ':
.' .- present city dump was practically shine near Clark said that with
said his would like paved, but will extend about "000 feet,
and three children and had not Fox group ,
_'. .,, 'r- ., _.' overflowing and the city was that Parris asked him what was the bete making in the
available saving
to its edges, agreedI in the drums and he told him been able to obtain work. "This a listing of the lands about 1500 feet of pipe .is oc
expanding method he is using
Hitch-hikers Eva Alvarez and Hazel Paulk catch a ride on the purchased gasoline. fellow approached me with this In Bradford County so.that pro- construction hand and is being Installed by
that new property availableto
I any funds are
enough
'It could be ,
tall gate of Bob Cooper's wagon and add a realUtic touch to the I should also be sufficient to serve Later, when they were near deal and I took him up on it, spective industries given continue the Jefferson paving the work crews.

Saturday afternoon ton f.*t. I as a new city dump. the Jacksonville Naval Air Sta- he said. this information. ,



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editorial DiaryBy Schedule For ,1957
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Local Selective Service Board 5'JSa4Ca4e7; 7 4SaSJSS7R7CS'
No. 18 reported this week that
Sam McGarny Schedule is as follows: THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Edwin Lee Dekle was called for
Mar. 22 Palatka, there
-
That's The Spirit Girls! induction into the service on EST. 1879 1PLOkIDA'S
Sp.m.
While digging up a story for the March 7.
OLDEST WEEKLY
think! Centennial Issue of the Telegraphthat Mar 23 Fletcher.- here Six men were called for NEWSPAPER
Centennial spirit? Well, what do YOU will come out during Starke's 2pm. induction examination on March pre- PUBLISHED CONT1NOI

After last Saturday is there anyone who can celebration in early May,we came 'Mar. 30 Crescent City 12, the board said. ,UNDER THE SAMK MASTHEAD.
Centennial Week, May 5-11 across some of the shoot- here 3:45 p. m. -
doubt that Starke's PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTEflFD AS SECOND CLASS
most colorful, most glamorous, most ings and killings that happenedyears April 2 Terry Parker will play the winner of Bolles MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER
will be the in this ago. The stories of the Old there 4 p. m. Terry Parker match. The group THE ACT OF MARCH >. tS7S.
celebration ever seen
rip-roaring, all-out Wild West had nothing on the April 5 Santa Fe here tournament will be played at saszssss ZR5asasa5:I r
of Florida? history of Bradford County whenit 3:45 m. Jacksonville Beach
part p. on May 16 .. The CIrcalt Court of Florida your Answer or other pleading to
Just look what happened. A-modest little an came-to badmen, outlaws and April 6 Fletcher here 17. Eighth Jadlelal Clrealt, la Ami said Complaint upon J. C. Adkias
to the You never can tell by lookingat quick-triggered sheriff Bee Bradford Coaaty.. Jr., Florida National Bank Build
guns.Being 2p.m.
The.Telegraph
in
nouncement was printed la Caaaeery.Lenora ing, Gainesville. Florida, on or
Swish who had their beef how good it will taste. One back in the early days was a pre- April 11 P. K. Yonge NOTICE TO APPEAB Tomey Whittington, Plaintiff before April 8, 1951 and immediately
effect that Sisters of the date fellow the other night said he carious position, for at one time, here 3:45 p. m. IB. Florida Clralt Ia Cwrt.Caaaecrr.Bradford Cuty vs? A. T. Whittington Defendant thereafter file same with the Clerkof
Centennial costumes completed at this early bought a side of beef that was Case No 10-2065 the above styled court
three in a row were killed while April 12 Ketterlinus here Gladys Marie Null Plaintiff vs. W.
at the Chamber of Commerce officeat the prettiest he ever saw, plentyof G. Null, Defendant. NOTICE TO DEFENDTo Witness the Honorable Judges ef
would meet holding office. 3:45 p. m. Case No. 10.2055 : A. T. Whittington, Route A, the above styled court and seal of
4 o'clock for a promenade down Call Street. white fat and marbled. "But April 16 Santa Fe there Notle*'1'. AppearTo Terkinston. Mississippi said court on this 1st day of MarchA.
expected a was that meat tough," he said : W. G. Null, whose residenceand You will please take notice that D. 1957.
Those who made the announcement gloomily, "it was so bad I couldn't Understand the preliminary reports -3:30 p. m. address is: 1305 Driver'Street, Lenora Tomey Whittington has fileda sCharles A. Darby,
modest turnout of perhaps fifteen or twenty Cen- are in from all over the stateon April 20 Fletcher there Memphis, Tennessee. Complaint against you seekinga Clerk Circuit CourtJ.
stick a fork in the gravy! You are hereby notified that a divorce in the Circuit Court of Adklns, Jr.
C.
tennial Belles, for not many were thought to the proposed Water Law for 2 p. m. suit for divorce, care, custodyand Florida, Eighth Judicial Circuit in
finished at this early date. Florida, and the matter Is comingup April 23 P. K. Yonge control of minor childrenand and for Bradford County, said suit Florida National, Florida Bank. Pldg.
have their dresses With over 70 per cent of the at the next session of the Leg- there title to furnishings being styled as above. Gainesville
3:30 p. m. baa been filed acalnn la'th You Attorney for Plaintiff 3/8 4t 3/29
you are hereby required to serve
Did the Sisters turn out? Well, if you were tobacco in this county in the Soil islature. Already the pinch is being April 26 Crescent City above named Court and cauio and
down town Saturday afternoon you know .what Bank this year there will be very felt for water here in this state, there 3:30 p. m. you of art required to terr a Eo
copy your answer or vleadlnr to
happened. They came in droves, they come in little leaf grown here (only about and it will be a good thing whena April 27 Ketterlinus. the complaint "n tni Plaintiffs
70 acres as compared with 247 Attorney Louis T. Ransom. COS .
JACKSON
soon assumed the law is passed controlling and there 3:30 p. m. See BILLY
courthouse Consolidated ,
The square Building Jackson-
dozens. .
.
) The owners -of the
fair in the Gay 90'swith last season governing the use of water, par- April 30 Palatka here ville 2, Florida
atmosphere of a country allotments will be paid about $200 ticularly for farming. 3:45: m. and file the original the office of FOR.
everything in evidence from gingham to silk per acre for putting the land in p. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
CC. May 4 Gainesville High before the 1st day of April 1957:*
brocade, and from bustles to high button shoes. the Soil Bank, so many of them Remember a few short years there 7:30 p. m. otherwise the allegation of said TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT, DISKING
girls. More than will be better off. But the sup- Complaint will be taken *a confessed
And we'll let you in on a secret, ago when everyone was braggingon May 14 Gainesville High by you.This
one young man was heard to remark that the pliers secticides who, sell etc.,seed and, fertilizer those ,who in- his new Brahman bull? Well, here- 3:45: p. m. each week notice for shall four be publishes consecutive once And All Type Tractor Work

Belles were far more enticing in their frills and work the tobccao will lose out. you see very few of them now, May 28 Bishop Kenny week In the Bradford County Tale-
furbelows than they are in their everyday blue and it looks'like they are on the there 3:30 p. m. graph.Dated this 22nd day of February, PHONE 165
a way out around here, but the In the sub-group tournament on 1957.
jeans and pedal pushers Had a very interesting visit traces of them will be seen in the May 10, the,BHS squad will meet (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby. W. T. JACKSON TRANSFERLETTUCE
bustly galaxy of beauty Clerk of the Circuit Court.
And still the rustly, with Walter Mansell on his farm cattle hereabouts for a long timeto Lake City in a game here. at By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
grew and grew until the planned promenadedown located on the old Brooker road, come. 3:45. The winner of this match 3/1 4t 3/%% ,' ,
the sidewalk assumed proportions of a about half a mile from Us 301 -- -
block-long parade down the middle of Call Street. Mr. Mansell showed us the old Sam had a beaut of a "shiner" -
Fun? You said it. But it would be difficult to well that his father had dug a- this week. and everyone who saw
who had the most the ones doing the"swishing" bout 100 years ago the old smokehouse it said he should know better
say' from the sidelines also about 100 years old, than pick on Alice. Believe it or
watching
or the ones and lots of other historical things.
not, here is what happened. Some
Among them was a very old sort of insect bit him on the neck;
The Centennial spirit has Starke firmly in its double-barreled shotgun which used it caused a swelling and itch; :

grip and things will get bigger and better until percussion caps, and Mr. Maiuell then in a few days, his cheek
said that when he used it boy,
as a
swelled but then the
the climax week in May. Truly, it's wonderful up: came pay-
he was careful to load it lightly,
hundred off, when it reached and shut one
and it happens only once every years or it would knock him spinning.
Let's make the most of it while we can. eye.The
doctor said it was an allergy -

We visited with Mr. and Mrs. but it had some of the same

An Encouraging StartWith Sam Whitehead, who live near symptoms that came about when
New River in the Raiford section. Sam sat on a big yellow jacketover

the revelation. last week that conditions They were busy settling out some at Lake Butler! With this C

under which our children are trying to get an very pretty tobacco plants on important consideration; thedamage
the learning their 1.99 acre allotment. Incidentally then was not so plainly
education are not only hampering they wanted to know why it
visible!
process, but endangering the health, welfare and took us so long get around to 2 29

very lives of our young people. Bradford County visit them, that they had heard a- k URGE HEADS
citizens were shocked out of their complacencyabout bout our, visiting others, and SEE THE BLACk HlttSPASSI
which beset! wondered why we didn't come to
the critical financial problems
schools. see them. Well, all we can say is OH PI A ?
our that Bradford County is a lot
been told for some February 10 to April 21
Though the public has bigger than most folks realize, .
time now that our schools were in a financial that if we haven't been to see For Performance Schedule

crisis, the full impact of the problem did not YOU yet, it is not because we wru.B. .i LAKE YAUES

seep into...__ the consciousness of the majority- don't want to. Fresh Fancy
until a group of citizens themselves investigatedand CARROTS 21b bag 15 1

reported its seriousness. POLE BEANS pound |1ge

These representatives, The Citizens Councilfor
Better Schools have given invaluable serviceto f
Garden Fresh Firm
RipeTOMATOES
Bradford County by spotlighting the school Crisp FloridaPASCAL .


situation.everyone unbiased for They their analysis have diligent of earned the work situation.the and gratitude comprehensive of- 2 "* 2* L CELERY stalk 10<


Since the facts about the schools have come

to light citizens have taken a keen interest in
doing something about it. Serious thinking has OLD PICTURES NEWSPAPERS Bright SailBLEACH .

been started to determine just where the nearly qt 13C

$170,000 in additional funds needed annually is DIARIES LETTERS RECORDS FULLY COOKEDHAM

coming from. Shortening .
We are confident that the intense interest
shown by school and public officials, as well as AND OTHER RELICS DEXO 31bcan 83C

residents, will result in restoration of the fire

escape at the high school and elimination of lona 2'/ Can

other unsafe and unsanitary conditions that
were brought to light as well as lead to a final PEACHES 27cSultana

solution.
Within the past week we have seen a major BrandPRUNES

toward solving the problem taken by mem- 21b
step GRANDl'A OR GRANDMA 43c
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School Board and "Super.Right" or
bers of the Hospital Board, /

County Commission. In a joint meeting these AT THECHURN N.B.C. Crackers Armours Star
ON illS
three boards worked out an agreement which I
will pump a life-giving $40,000 into the veins of \ RITZ llb 33C 10 to 12-lb. Avg. LB 49C

the school system for the next two years. BIKE Skinned Tender
Though less than one-fourth of the minimum
amount actually needed, this transfusion may A&P Frozen Slices Half or Whole

well be what is needed to maintain a spark of

life until more funds are forthcoming.We STRAW210oz.
commend the members of the Hospital
Board and County Commission for the displayof Quick Frozen Grade "A" Dressed & Drawn Large

public spirit in which they, though press-

ed with needs in their own jurisdictions relin- $15 Cash .... 1st Prize BERRIES C

quished claim on the funds to help out this most Fat Hens 39
acute of community problems. LB

Forty thousand dollars is' a sizeable chunkof $10 Cash -- 2nd Prize pkgs. 39
money to contribute to any causeThe Hospital .

Board faced with the responsibility of pro- _
viding hospital service for the people of Brad-

ford County, could have put a portion of these $5 Cash -.. 3rd Prize Bench Cured Aged Quick Frozen Grade "A"

funds to good use by building the wing under .

consideration to provide for the growth of the For best items submitted that are judged to have the CHEESEpound

County and in setting up a reserve to take care most historical interest for Starke and Bradford Coun Gizzards. 19c
that the of Fryer
of emergencies. But realizing cause
ty. This includes old pictures, newspaper clippings,
education would suffer if the school's needs were
diaries, letters, or any material pertaining to the early
not supplied, they agreed to postpone their plans. history of Starke and Bradford County. 4ge. .
The County Commission also is beset by 4

many problems which only more money can .
solve, as evidenced by the overspent budgets dur- START LOOKING!
A&P Our Finest Quality Pure Concord
ing the past two years. But the Commissionersat

the meeting last week said they recognizedthe and bring your entries to the Bradford County Tele- GRAPE JUICE 24-0z bottle 25' A&P fancy sliced or small whole
school's needs warranted first priority and graph. They will be marked with your name and filed

would defer their claims to any additional race for return to you after Starke's Centennial Celebrationin .

track funds. May. Jane Parker Light Tender Cake BEETS
It is gratifying to see the wheels of progress

finally rolling toward at least a partial solutionof This material is being collected for use in a special Cen- ANGEL ROOD large ring' 39'
the school finance problem, and we feel that tennial Issue of The Telegraph to be published in May. Mb
full credit should be given to the Citizens'Councilfor Also for use in the Historical Booklet to be printed and can tOe 1

breaking the stalemate. It's members devoted distributed by the Centennial Committee. Ann Page Peach, Pineapple and J Ji
many hours to careful investigation of records

and procedures in the administration of our APRICOT PRESERVES Fib 25' .
You will be i
rendering town
county school system, as well as to inspectingthe your
school plants and recommending- and

\ means of raising additional school money. Their and county a valuable service by Ann Page Peach Pineapple and Ann Page Kidney or Baked

recommendations might not have been perfect,

but at least they were something tangible, whichis looking through your relics to see APRICOT PRESERVES 2.1b 49C

more than anyone else has come up with to BEA E N Serrs. .

dateThe what you can find.
valuable service of the Citizens Councilin
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ews w w w
this instance demonstrates once again that BRING ITEMS OF' INTEREST TOBRADFORDCOUNTYmEGRAPH Prices in this ad effective ; Mb

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the solution to the problems of the"- people lies 6 0 0 0 $ tores can 10e

within the people themselves. There is no limitto through Saturday. .

what can be accomplished by an aroused and ..w aatar a ...

enlightened citizenry. They even have within 412 CALL ST. STARKE. FLA. March 23.

their power, we venture to. say, an ultimate .

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f YY..Y..YYY.Y' Experts Judge Pork On The HootBradford home in Jacksonville after she H. Hamilton, at their home on 'I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTSTATE stationed at San Antonia, Texas his primary flight-training- in
had spent the weekend with them.
Saturday evening. Other guests for the past three months for Tuscon, Ariz for the next six .I
LAWTEY .'. -. They also visited another daughter included Lynn's wife, Jeanette, FARMBy
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pre-flight training. He will take months.
-T ; Mrs. Erwin Muse while there. and Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Hamil-

fey Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Norman ton of Jacksonville.Mr. .
Joyce T. Futch .
f, Janet Turner
and daughter were weekend and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt

guests of Mrs. Normans parents, and family were Sunday visitorsat Phone 1S5JAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA s' sI .

DOBBS Funeral services for Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Rosier, at the home of Mr. and :Mrs. E

Lawrence J. Dobbs were held at Raiford.Mr. Ernest Southerland in Lake But t
Mr, and Mrs. P. E. Crews had
and Mrs.
the First Theodore Crews
Baptist church on Mon- ler.Mr. Riv-
as weekend guests John B.
day, March 18, with Rev. Edgar r { had as Sunday visitors the Mark and Mrs. Burton Rosier
lee Padgetts of Maxville, and L. and ers and Billy Ray Rivers of ELECTRIC
Wilkinson former pastor, as- family Palatka. spent Sun- GENERAL
Gainesville, and Mrs. C. D. Simmons -
sisted by Rev. W. L Mills Jr., G. Crews family of Heilbronn. day evening with Mr. and Mrs.
A and daughter, and Mrs. A.
pastor of the church, officiating. Friends of Mrs. Babe Crews Marvin Rosier.

Burial was in Riverside :Memorial will be glad to learn that she George Griffis has accepted a F. Thornton, all of Auburndale. AUTOMATIC COMBINATIONREFRIGERATORFREEZER .

Park, under the direction of Sea- is slowly improving after a recent position with the State Road Department Mr. and Mrs. Rudy .McDowelland

shale Funeral Parlors. Mr. Dobbs illness at the home of her In Nashville, Tenn.'Irs. sons of Tampa were week-

died March 15 in Augusta, Ga., daughter, Mrs. Alma Hamphill, Griffis is staying with her par- end guests of the R. P. McLen-

hospital. He was born in Union in Jacksonville, but will not be ents, Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Rosier dons. They all attended the

County and lived in Lawtey about able to come home for several and will join her husband there horse show in Gainesville Sat- ;...-- : 1>%o.1$ : >. 'I$.: <>:'.i,*, .
12 years. He was a veteran 'of .w '
days.Mr. urday nightMr. "
the Korean Campaign. Survivors and Mrs Raymond Williams soon.Mr.. and Mrs. Otis Brewer and and Mrs. G. O. House and if :i with Revolving Shelves
include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. of Jacksonville were week- afternoonin ;
family spent Sunday
family spent the weekend with f You ,njo, greater occ.uibilitycpl.ft -
Arlie J. Dobbs Sr., Lawtey; a end guests of Mr.. and Mrs. Ed Penney Farms with Mrs. relatives in Blountstown. adjllltobility-

sister, Mrs. Ernest Hewitt, of Tal- Durban. Gladys Pringle.Mr. shell

lahassee; four brothers, Burney, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Tatum and and Mrs. Robert Carlton Mrs J. C. Wallace last attended week- 'if!: ., :.;more""'W'., :':'>i..."..GreG. ...".>.'m"v......'.....".':.'.'.',''.....".''',>.:I'\i.': <.iJi;,,.,. I
Casey and Cecil H.. all of Jacksonville family visited their daughter and son of Jacksonville were i. the capping ceremony

and Arlie J. Dobbs Jr. Miss Elizabeth Tatum, at the visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. end of her niece, Miss Mary ii
at
of Lawtey. Pall bearers were Kenneth County's state champion FFA swine judging learn University of' Florida Gainesville Cruce and family last weekend.Mr. Lang who Is a student nurse ,

Dobbs Casey (Buddy) Dobbs practice their pork picking talents as they look over a few of the Sunday afternoon.Mrs. : and Mrs. Hubert Priest St. Vincent's Hospital.
Jr., Charles Sapp, Junior Rush Mr, and Mrs. H. M. Richarde
hogs at the FFA farm with P. C. Hutchins, advisor for the Bradford J. O. Pons and family of visited Rainbow Springs Sunday .
ing,J. S. Sapp and Robert Dobbs. Tallahassee spent from Thursday afternoon. had as Sunday dinner guests her .-.
Chapter. Left to right are Hutchins John Allen Shadd T. J. Mann Plat Htst Dilnt ftttatn
Mr. and :Mrs. Ralph Smart and until with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. -
Monday parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. McKinneyof
daughters of Jacksonville were and J. T. Parrish. The Future Farmers won the state title and a Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish.Mr. Jacksonville were Sunday Ritch, of Starke. Big 70 pound Zfrt D.- s.

weekend guests of Mrs. Mattie trip to the FFA National Convention In Kansas City as a result of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Turner en- grt Frttm
and Mrs. Fred Moore had guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Touch Action Fool Podol
Henderson. competition at the Florida State Fair. with
as Sunday guests Mrs. W. H. Ed- Whitehead and. Mr. and Mrs. D. tertained Thursday night a DOM Opener
Mr.. and Mrs. S. C. Grtffis and wards of Jacksonville, and Mrs. B Thomas. birthday dinner for her mother, Model IMIl 5339 linoveblo and o!jiHt-
family, and Mr. and Mrs. Mann mathematics at the University of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Nolan in Drew Reddish and son of Starke. Mrs. Alice Anderson, and Mrs.G. able aluminum door
Mrs. E. M. Futch and son spent
Griffls and family spent Sunday Florida was guest speaker at Baldwin.W. Mrs. Martha Bales and daughters P. Wadsworth of Hampton. yy, shelves
with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lukein the Methodist Church last Sun- R. Cooke of Kingsley Lake Sunday with the Dewey Harvey 1T* Famous R o-Yoar Wril-
and Mrs. :Mae Wells spent :r"sM s
Starke. day morning. Fred Morgan ,presi- spent Sunday with Mr. and :Mrs. Sunday' afternoon in Jacksonville family in Macclenny. ......................., Qe'I 1.1 fin Proledionbon
dent of the Men's Bible Classof R. H., McCauley and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. Wilmont of
Mrs. Marion Tucker and son of with Mrs. Alice Lee and son.
Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. the First Methodist Church in Miss Helen Sweat of Maxville Lake City were Sunday guestsof PINE LEVEL
Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynoldsand Mr. and Mrs. Preston Green.
Dave Tanner on Sunday.Mr. accompanied Dr. spent the weekend with Mr. and I
Hutchinson to sons and Mrs. Lomie Mos- Mrs. Paul L. Dinkins, president,
Lawtey. Mrs. Glenn Shuford and Mrs. !
Clarence
and Mrs. Moselyand .
family of Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts Sam Hicks. Other guests on Sun- ley, visited Mrs. Nancy Bell in and Mrs. Edward J. Whelan, vice "Y Mm. II. M. Mrllnn :, ,, I ll WITH

Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. had a family dinner at their day were Mr. and :Mrs. Don Par- Jacksonville on Sunday. president and reporter of the .AAA & & ,, gull
home Mr. and :Mrs. E. N. Shiver of Lawtey Home DemonstrationClub
Earl Teston. Monday evening honoring rish. Mrs. Leslie Sweat and Miss HAGNETIGWf/jDOOR
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Thompson their son, George Jr., on his Debbie Phillips of Maxville.- Panama City were weekend guests attended the Officers Train- We are glad to report that H.
birthday aifiiversary. Others pres- of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Eubanks.Mrs. ing Meeting which was held at M. McRae is much better aftera
ef Ocala spent the weekend with Mrs. Nelle Mae Howsley and .
ent were :Mrs. George Roberts Edward Beebe and H. B. the State Farm Community recent illness. $18970l
Arthurine
the R. C. Bryants.Mrs. Miss Blanchard of $
Herbert Norman and son and son, Ricky, of Gainesville, Jacksonville were weekend guestsof Ingram Jr. attended the Florida House March 13. Interesting and Mrs. R. A. Morgan of White-
and Mr. and :Mrs. Vernon Silcox Educators Association which was helpful data was given by Miss house and Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
were business visitors to Jack- A. M. Blanchard and family.
and son, David, of Starke."MrTand held in Tampa from Wdertesday Holstein, District Home Demon- Henderson of Dublin, Ga. attended ''' HOMI OF

sonville Mr. and on Mrs.Saturday.Arthur Pearce Mrs. Walt? Whitfeltof : Mrs. O. J. Phillips returned to until Saturday. Mr. Beebe and stration Agent, of Tallahassee church here Sunday.Mr. .
Miami with and
Mr. Mrs. Wade
Mrs. Floy Bennett Mrs. Hattie Ocala spent the weekend with children, and his parents drove and Miss Dorothy Ross, County and Mrs. H. H. Lewis visited -
Gaskins and is
last week visitingher
Darley, Miss Sina Prescott, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Prevatt. sister, Mrs. Addie Highnote.Mrs. down Saturday and brought Mrs. Agent of Starke. relatives at Lake Geneva LOW PRICE

Nellie Wilkerson, and Mrs. Joyce Mrs. J. C. Pringle and family Beebe back on Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and last week.
Troy Bennett, Mrs. Dan
of Palatka and Mrs. J. O. Raulersonof family of Jacksonville were week- -- -----
Futch attended the revival at were Sunday guestsof Staring and Mrs.' Arthur Pearce Sunday dinner guests of the H.
Highland Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Mosley. I attended the funeral of their Jacksonville were Wednesday end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wal- H. Lewises were Rev. and Mrs. GEA 237PFvblsher. .

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starlingand Jimmy Eunice, student at Mid aunt Mrs. Ella Cannady in Mo- evening guests of Marshall and. ter Wilkison. We regret to an- W. E. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Bishop ::; The oboe teconintnde4 'eioil pikesoy
Cochran. Ga., Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and daughter.Mrs. nounce that Mr. Wilkison had to
family of Jacksonville were dIe Georgia College Thomas and of Brooker,
mac Ga.. Saturday: morning. family b. used wilhoul (thong U this cd
dinner guests of Mr. and is spending the spring holidays J. R. Hinson of Jackson- be taken to a Jacksonville hos- and
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner, ; oi she dealer' optan.
Mrs. Luther Hilliard. with his grandmother, Mrs. Selma Deepest sympathy is extended ville spent the weekend with the pital Saturday night. the H. M. McRaes. .

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sauls and Eunice, and his parents Mr. and to the Arlie Dobbs family in the E. C. Johns family and Ronald I Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Markham
Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall and
loss of their son, Lawrence Dobbs.
family of Hampton are visitingMrs. Mrs. Harold Eunice.Mr. Kimbrell. of Gainesville spent the week- cia
:Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Starlingand Mr. and Mrs. Earl Goodman returned -
: Saul's parents, Mr. and : and :Mrs. J. B. Gaskins Members of the Church of God end with :Mr. and Mrs. Dan Star- Fri- MCGRIFF APPLIANCESGENERAL
from Rome Ga. last
daughter Geraldine, were ,
,
Mrs. Guy Futch. were Sunday guests of Mr. and enjoyed a fish fry and a sing at
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and ling.Mr. day where they attended the
Billy Norman attended a fami- Mrs. James Hilliard in Jackson- their church on Saturday.Mrs. and Mrs. Burney Dobbs
Mrs. Joe Snapp in Sanford. funeral of Mrs. Nora Smith.
ly reunion at the Ellis Thornton Eva Smith had as Sun- and family, Mr. and :Mrs. Casey ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
home in Starke on Sunday. ville.Rev.. and Mrs. W. L. Mills Jr.. }fro and Mrs. Earl Leggett day guests the Sam Tylers of Dobbs and family of Jacksonville, 2nd Lt. Arley :McRae has been

Friends of Mrs. Brad Norton had as Sunday dinner guests stopped by to see Mrs. Mary Red- Starke. and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt COR. CALL AND WALNUT PHONE 229

will be glad to learn that she is Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Mills Sr., dish as they were enroute to Guests of the Vernie Padgett and family of Tallahassee visited recently discharged from the STARKE FLA.

much Improved after a three day and Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Tynerof their home in Grafton HI. after family during the weekend were Mr. and Mrs.. Arlie Dobbs and Army, and stationed in San

confinement in B. C. II. Jacksonville vacationing in South Florida. The Mr. J. D. Davis and family and Mr.' and Mrs Bill Dobbs duringthe Francisco, Calif arrived last "The Only Authorized General Electric Appliance

Mrs. Wiley Smith 'and family of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. (Buddy) Leggetts son. Billy and his wife, Mrs. Jimmie Ray and family of weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tuesday for a visit with his par- Dealer In Bradford County"We

Jacksonville were weekend guests Starling returned to the H. C. stayed wth Mrs. Reddish during Jacksonville. Dobbs have recently moved into ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Massey.He .

of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Starling Harley home this weekend after Camp Blanding days. Lynn Hamilton was the honor their beautiful new home on the and Mrs. L. H. Hill spent the Service Everything
spending sometime with Mr. and The Jack Crawfords carried guest at a birthday supper given Raiford Road. weekend with relatives in Fort e eLCONGRATULATIONST0TheCOMMUNITY

Dr. Hutchinson Professor of Mrs. Ralph Higglnbotham and their daughter, Bettie to her by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Daniel Massey who has been Myers.

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t. ., 1 _J-J-J-J-J__ j-rr a-_-Jrw--d Woman's Club Hears., I Miss McLendon I Reception Honoring I Ruth Lane Edwards -a proposal by Hardy that they I STATE DEPARTMENT OF

State Official In To Wed Mr. MeisterIn cut their demands to 10. per cent BAKIGSTATE
Doyle Conners Set ToWed GeorgianMr. I. OF FLORID
I of: the total, but went along with NO. -ITS

Program On Youth Orlando Church By Woman's ClubA Morgan's suggestion that their OFFICE OF TALLAHASSEE THE COMPTROLLER

I share be a flat $15,000. Whereas, upon satisfactory evidence -

Dr James Campbell assistant '. reception honoring Representative -I I The Hospital Board members presented to and received by
I me. I find that the
director Division of Administration and Mrs. Doyle E.I I stressed that this agreement be ConimaBlty State Rank at Starke

and Finance of the State 1 1Lr Conner will be held in the Starke in effect for two years only. located at STARKE. Florida, has
fully paid In Capital
Stock
Gladys MootyPhone Department of Education, Tallahassee Woman's' Club Sunday afternoon. Relief for the schools from HUNDRED THOUSAND of dollars ONE

35Golden gave a timely talk on March 31, from two until four .state sources should be forthcoming Surplus of TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND -

"Tomorrows World For. Today's o'clock. Mr. Conner will serve as within the next few years, of FIFTEEN dollars and THOUSAND I'ndivlded SSuX

,,rJsrS Jar-F_J- rJJaJljgj--4g-., 1 a-i 114 Youth" at ,the Starke Woman's Speaker of the House during the Morgan said. "The state is go- and has in good faith complied

Feted Club Wednesday afternoon of 1957 Legislative session. The reception ing to have to do something" he Laws with of all Florida the requirements for the of the

Wedding Anniversary 'last week. is being given by local :riiiipr said citing the needs of schoolsall ,ion and operation of a GEXERAT.organic

Mr. And Mrs. Morgan Matheny I The speaker was introduced by friends in appreciation for the over Florida.C. TIOS.COMMERCIAL BANK1XG conron.
By ;Mrs. F. J. Pellum, chairman of to his home :Now Therefore
: honor he has brought : R. I RAY E OREEV
__.__.__ .--U-- ._..............._..H... I'the Youth Conservation Depart- county. The public is cordially Board member Whitehead, contended a Hospital that as Comptroller State Banking of the State,Commissioner of .Florida

t ment. Also on the program was invited to attend. members of the County Commission under and by virtue of authority,
Miss Nancy Bates who played a vested in me by Section 65905 of
solo. I and School Board should the Florida Ranking Code do hereby -
lovely piano First Baptist Circles serve without salary, as do the authorize the
Mrs. C. L. Scholl, preadent, Hospital Board Cemmaulty State Baak of Stare
members. "These of Starke in the County of BRAD
) I presided over the business meet- Meetings- of the women's circles salaries would contribute. good FORD and in the State of Floricfe

ing and introduced Miss MarilynCox f of the First Baptist Church bit to the schools," he said. CIAL to transact BANKING a. General Business.COMMER

of the Little Women's Club, were held this week, as follows: p After the reallocation had been Given Under My Hand And
who the devotional. Membersof Seal Of Office, this Nine
gave agreed
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upon Morgan
Brownlee" Circle Mrs. Randal remarked teenth day of March A. D.
v the Little Women's Club were that the schools One Thousand
Chitty leader met Monday nightat need about four Nine Hun
honor guests at the meeting for times the dred FiftY-Seven.
the home of Mrs. Ernest Phil- additional funds to solve
(STATE SEAL)
4. the Youth Conservation Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Edwardsof their
i program. lips. Prayer was offered by Mrs. problem. RAY E. GREEN,
New members voted into the club the State Farm announce the Comptroller as State Commissioner
Dr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickering. Taking part in of
Banking
Homer Boiet Mc and
engagement approaching mar-
were Mra Norman Winn, Mrs. J.
the from the book, Recent Births It 3/%%
I I M. Vickers and Mrs. B. E. Cos- I Lendon of Orlando announce the program riage of their daughter, Ruth
i "Home Missions, U. S. A., were
tella. A motion was made to senda engagement and approaching Lane to Edward M. Rich of Val-
BRADFORD
BHS girl to Girl's State. A marriage of their daughter,* Mary Miss Ava Lee Edwards Mrs. dosta, Ga., son of Mrs. Pat T. COUNTYHOSPITAL .
i
.$. motion was also made to have Jeannette'to Charles Le"is'Meis. Willa Mae Denton, Mrs. Phillipsand Rich of Bainbridge, Ga. and the i -

; the inside of the club 'building ter, son of Mrs. Alice Topping Mrs. Chitty. During the so- late Mr.: Rich. I Mr. .and Mrs. William Earle

9! : ;. painted. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Mrs.P Meister of Orlando and Walter cial hour Mrs. Chitty was given. The !bride-elect is a graduate of I Huggins of Hawthorne, a son,
stork shower and '
received -
J Quattlebaum and Mrs C. Helmut Meister of Bismark, N. D. I a surprise Bradford High School and is now I George Kenson Mar. 17.

H. Nasworthy were appointed on Miss McLendon ia a descendant many useful gifts. employed by the Department of Mr. and Mrs. David Raymond .

the nominnating committee.The of pioneer Florida and Alabama I Internal Revenue in Jacksonville. Redding of Lawtey, a son David
Alderman Circle met
families.' Her maternal grandfather Dora Mr. Rich is a graduate of the Raymond Redding Jr. Mar. 17.
club voted to give another I homeof ,
afternoon at the
Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Pope comes from Madison County. benefit card the late Eugene S. Mat- Tuesday University of Georgia, where he
Matheny of Ft. McCoy celebrated Attending the open house were; party on Thursday thews of Starke served for 33 Mrs. Nat Williams. The meet- majored in journalism. He serv- ID Circuit Court, Bradford Con.tr
evening, Mar. 28, at 7:30 o'clockat the FiorIda1 I. Chancery.
their Golden Wedding Anniversaryon Mrs. Miriam Gunn of Riverview'' years as a Florida legislator and ing was presided over by ed as a 1st Lieutenant in the Ruth Stepp Laughter PRalntiff.
I the club house for the bene- vs.
the slater of Mr. Railroad Commissioner leader Mrs. L. G. Powell who and is James H. Laughter Defendant.
Sunday March 10. at near Tampa a fit of club projects. Mrs. Herbert and was army currently a district
and a' brother of CandlerC. honored as one of Florida's most gave the devotional and reviewedthe field representative-manager for Case No. 10-20S-
home of their son and daughter- Matheny Thomas reported that $78 was Order or Pub1IefI.. and Notice To
Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Ma- Matheny of Madison. Mrs.Jathenys outstanding citizens in the centennial work of the Home Mission General Motors Acceptance Cor- Appear State Of Florida Tot
in-law
made for the Heart Fund at the James U.
Fields. offered Laughter,
Prayer was by whose resi
Mrs. Rosetta celebration the
two sisters of poration.
Universityof
Gainesville. dence
in
andaddress
theny game party given by the club Is: 7 Oak Park
Mrs. G. W. Alderman Mrs.
and
Abbott of Plant City and Florida. Her Road, Asheville, North
paternal grand- Carolina.
Open house was held from 3 last month. Mrs. Scholl thankedthe The wedding will be solemnizedon You
are
Mrs. Ozena McCallister of Gainesville father, the late Dr. T. R. McLen-- Wynn. Mrs. J. D. Seymour as- Saturday June 1, at 4 in April 22, required 1957' to appear on
the afternoon, in
until 5> o'clock in members of the club for their sisted Mrs. Williams in p.m. the above
when some 85 relatives and and a brother, Sam Ward assistance in the Heart Fund don, was one of Alabama's early serving the State Farm Community Club plaintiff named Court and cause wherein
of Atlanta Ga. also attended. lentists.: Her father follows the refreshments. House. No invitations E'radford seeks divorce. CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON
Drive. are being County
friends called to extend congratulations i iI Telegraph shall
to the' Col. Bloxham Ward, retired, of I same profession and served for sent, but all relatives and friendsof publish this Order in next four
and present gifts San Antonio Texas was unableto Special guests at the meeting,I several years as a member of the The Lorena Epperson Circle, the couple are invited to at weekly Witness issues. "One of your clients complimented

honored couple. attend because of illness. other than members of the Little Florida State Board of Dental Examiners. Mrs. F. J. Shaw, leader, met tend. at Starke, mv Florida hand and this official March seal 14, jour agency to me by-

Mr. and Mrs. Matheny exchanged Others in attendance were five Women's Club, were Harmon Tuesday afternoon at the homeof 1957. saying, 'Their customers are
their marriage vows at Morgan,. Beecher W. Payne L. I Mrs. O. O. Webb. The devo- (OFFICIAL SEAL)
nine nieces 12 The
nephews, grand- bride-elect attended Orlando not just policy numbers _
the Ward City Baptist Church, H. Gibson and Rep. Doyle Conner. tional was given by Mrs. H. L. Charles A. Darby,
children and grand- schools and from Boards
one great graduated Work Out As Clerk of SaM Court. you get attention, and service
an old wooden frame ''building in ihild. The ages of those attendingthis Hostesses for the afternoonwere Edgewater High in 1953. She was Brownlee and prayer offered by By Marian L. Crosby. Depity Clerk '

Brooker (then Ward City) on lovely affair ranged from 94 : Mrs. Frazier Shaw chair- formally presented to Orlando Mrs. Shaw. A review of the book, Julian Jacksonville Warren, 206 Smith B-uilding, when you need it. I have

March 7, 1907. The ceremony was years (Mrs. Jane Osteen of Ala- man, Mrs. Charles Harris, Mrs. society as a debutante at the "Home Missions, U. S. A.," was Attys. for PI I.2, Florida 3/22 4t 4/12 learned from bitter experienceto

performed by the late Rev. W. chua) to a six weeka old great Shellie Hall, Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Rosalind Club New Year's ,eve given by Mrs. Shaw. Race Fund SplitContinued AOTICR OF-INTENTION' deal only with reliable local -

F. Malphurs. granddaughter; from Ocala.In Mrs. C. J. Frazier Mrs. Jack ball in 1953, and was also a TO REGISTER FICTITIOtS NAME agents. Do you handle all

Mrs. Matheny is the former photograph above Mr. and Parker, Mrs. Claude CrowaDn, irember, of the 1953 Goodfellows Miss Elizabeth Painter of ( from Page 1)) Notice is hereby given that the kinds of insurance?"
I undersigned under the
Olive Jennett Ward, daughter of Mrs. Matheny are shown with Mrs. Ed Simpson Mrs. A. E. cortege of debutantes.Miss I I Jacksonville was guest at the Ran In Hole of Chapter 20.953, Laws of provisions Florida

Emra P. Ward, an early settlerof their son and daughter-in-law as McKinney, and Mrs. Jesse New- meeting Tuesday afternoon of the I Acts of 1941, will register with
McLendon received her "We ran into the hole last the Clerk of
the
Circuit
Court. In
Mr.
Matheny
Bradford County. to cut the wedding some. Daisy Fowler Circle and gave an and for Charley E. Johns
they prepared B.S. degree in education in Feb- year farther than the School Bradford County, Florida.
cake. interesting talk on home mission upon receipt of proof of publication
ruary from Florida State Univer- Board did out. of
Bishop pointed this
ttl'e the fictitious
work outlined in the book,
as
Ovedia Griffis Sets sity where she was a member of' The action at the was name of Starke'Mobile Home Sale ,
'I "Home Missions, U. S. A." The meeting N. Temple Ave.. P. O. Box 206,
Huggins To Speak Alpha Delta Pi social sorority, taken to advise the legislators on Starke, Florida. That the sole owner & Son AgencyPhone
With
April Wedding circle, Mrs. J. A. Griffin, leader,
the debate team I is Sack J. Hodges,
varsity Wesley the wishes of the Boards since a X TeMple A\e.,
[DJEU To Garden Club met at the home of Mrs. Cula P. O. Box %06, Starke, Florida.
Man Players dramatic honorary and i act is
Jacksonville Coran. The meeting witha special needed to changethe Dated this 20th day of March,
opened
FL-\ I Tau Kappa Alpha debate honor! setup. Sen. Johns said this A. D. 1957 at Starke, Bradford 13 Starke, Fla.
I TARKE George Huggins, County Agent, ary. She is now a member of the: devotional and prayer by Mrs. week that he would support the County, Florida.
-'Mn- 3/22 4t 4/l!
Gardeningand I. W. B. Alexander.
will talk on "Spring
faculty of Delaney elementary recommendation.Rep. -
SUN.. MON., TUES.. Community Development" at school in Orlando. -
MARCH 2-1-25-26 the monthly meeting of the Starke Card Party Slated Doyle Conner said that an 10 PIECE
Garden Club, Monday evening. Mr. Meister attended schools in "amiable agreement" worked out I

DOUBLE FEATURE Mar. 25. at 7:30 o'clock in the lA Fargo, N. D. and graduated from By Woman's ClubA by the three boards would receive -

"World Without End" Parish House on Church street. Edgewater High in Orlando in his endorsement. "They

Men interested in gardeningand 1953. He is attending the Univer- card party for the benefit of know their needs better than 1

{CINEMASCOPE the development of the community sity of Florida where he is a club projects will be given at the do," Conner commented, "and if LIVING ROOM GROUP

Hugh Marlowe and Nancy Gates are particularly invited ,to' member of Kappa Alpha Order Starke Woman's Club Thursday they can work out an agreementwith

PLUS attend this meeting. Club members -'bA social fraternity, and the student evening, March 28, at 7:30 o'clock each board defending itsCJ11 _
branch of the American Society of z\ club house.
the interests, the
Guns" are endeavoring to encouragethe a\ agreement;
"The Young men of the community to be. Civil Engineers.The This is the second card party in should satisfy the needs."

Ross Tamblyn Gloria Talbott come interested enough in the wedding will be an eventof a series to be given by the club Hospital's Share IJ

and Perry Lopez hobby of gardening to start a Saturday evening, June 15, at members for the benefit of club The $15,000 figure for the hos- _

Plus Color Cartoon For Kids Men's Garden Club and to work 8 o'clock in the first Methodist projects.: Mrs. S. E. Simmons and pital arrived at at the meeting I

with the women of the Starke Church,. Orlando. Following a Mrs. H. H. Adams are in charge last Thursday night, was half-

WED., THURS.. MAR. 27-28 Garden Club in the further 'beautification brief wedding trip, the couple will of arrangements. Refreshmentswill way between the School Board's

DOUBLE FEATURE : of the town. be at home in Gainesville, while be served during the evening.The bid for all of the Hospital's pres- I

Hostessefi for the meeting will tlt/ Mr. Meister completes his studiesat public is cordially invited to ent share and the Hospital ,

"NAKED CITY"Barry be Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum chair- the University for* a B.S. degree attend. Admission will be 50c Board's bid to retain $30,000.

Fitzgerald man, Miss Clara Leaman, Mrs. E. I IT in engineering.Vell per person. When the meeting opened Hos- I

H. Prescott Mrs. Gladys Harrington pital Board Chairman Charles a----'i.-- ..... .......... -
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.
PLUS if'
.I ,
Hardy said that
-- the board
Mrs. J. R. McDonald and mem-

"BRUTE FORCE" Mrs. M. L. LawsonMethodist ,, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Griffis of bers had agreed the hospital 1-Couch l-Coffee
Table
needed to retain
Burt Lancaster and Yvonne the State Farm at Raiford an- $30,000 to pro-

De Carlo WSCS I nounce the engagement and ap- vide for an operating deficit of Platform! Rocker 2-Table Lamps
I $15,000 and create
I a building re
!preaching marriage of their

Plus Color Cartoon "Islands In Our Own Community" -j[daughter, Ovedia, of Jacksonville, serve. I-TV Chair 1-Sofa Pillow
to Maurice Prevatt also of Jack- In retreating from this figure,

FRI., SAT.. MAR. 29-30 was the presented theme and by Mrs.title of H.the H. sonville, son of Mr. and Mrs \ well Looks like that son, and Tommy Huggins ... Linda Hardy said the Board will haveto 2-Step End Tables' Smoker

DOUBLE FEATURE program little promenade last Saturday had defer plans for building a new
Adams at the general meeting of John Prevatt of Macclenny. Huggins her tonsils out
developed into a full scale parade wing under consideration to take
"DARK VENTURE"John the Methodist WSCS Monday afternoon The wedding will be an eventcf last week, and Steve Bradleyhas ,
,
before it was over-and didn'twe care of the growth of the area. "-- -'
Culvert and Ann Cornell in the church sanctuary.Mrs. April 13 at 8 p.m. at the all have fun? .. .The Swish the measles .. Gary Hilde- Rolling In Clover -
assisted State Farm Community Club- Special
Adams by
was
PLUS Sisters really went all out in bran is confined in Doctors Hospital Picturing the hospital as "roll .
Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mra W. B. house. All friends and relativesof
the their first demonstration, and for observation .. ing in clover," School Superin-
"DESTRY"TECHNICOLOR Parks Mrs. L. D. Green and couple are invited to at-
some of the costumes were most tendent Harmon Morgan said,
Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Mrs. L. D. tend the wedding and reception. Butch Locke would like some '
clever and attractive In case "You can live all right" withoutrace -
Vining gave the devotion for the of his former classmates to write :
Audle :Murphy and Mari Blanchard you're wondering where Vivian track funds. "The questionis I .95
afternoon. Mrs. Stewart Gives Harley and Grace Page got him while he is on duty in : Can we survive?" He said the
Plus Serial Chap. 1 Preceding the program, :Mrs. C
: BPW Club those old-fashioned buttonupshoes Tripoli, North Africa .. his ad- additional money may keep the l49'
Color Cartoon For Kids D. Williams, president of the society Program
conducted the business session. .. I'll let you in on a secret dress is: A3c Arthur T. Locke, schools from closing down."I .

.. weren't shoes, they don't think the
Mrs. Elva Stewart, health and. They 14602213 Box 133, 7272 Supply hospital
chairman were optical illusions .. The should be supported any better 123 EAST CALL STREET
safety presented the
i I Sadn. .... APO Ml; _TMV. i'.rva .
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back ---i n.
program when Mrs Joe Cocomiseand girls simply donned long than the schools, Morgan said.

Mrs. A. H. Harley Jr. entertained lisle hose and sewed white buttonsup Hear that Adele Scholl has received With the money already accumulated
best salesman
The members of the Starke the sides, and the effect was special mention for workon from the race track funds,

realistic Grace's the should be able to
BPW Club at the home of the quite saucy her first assignment in Mademoiselle hospital
we've former. Mrs. Martha Snellen chapeau was one of her young- "coast along" for several years,
!
got and NF.W I baskets turned magazine's annual college he remarked.Cut .
ster's Easter up-
Quality described an average day in the \
board contest .... She is WE WILLLMfEXPLAIW
work of a county health nurse. i side down, and topped with flow- To 10 Per Cent ( \
with 650
1'RTCK that Miss Florence Jennings presided ersVhat will the girls thinkof competing women under- The Hospital Board agreed to \
1\Y) grads, who compose the board ANDJ7LEAID
> iii the absence of the president, next? .
for one of 20 guest editorships in
for itself! and plans were discussed for the Swish Chairman Madge Chas- June She also made the A HAND
3.T DeLuxeSuperCushions speaks Starke group's contribution to teen says there will be no organ- ,
this Saturday dean's list at U of F ... [GAS To'ONS.IBy I
the State Convention of BPW ized promenade
Clubs to be held in Jacksonvillein as she wants to give everyone SP3 Stanley Clark, who has 1Y\ ; ) ON THINGS YOU DO
been in Korea'for 16 months, is
their
to
June. men too, a chance get ,
costumes ready for the next pa- expected home the first of April NOT UNDERSTAND

rade to be announced soon .. for a 30-day leave ... Lavada
Beta Sigma PhiThe This Saturday will be. a."dress Carmichael is replacing Sarah G1B BROWN

GOOD/YEAR up" day, however and all those Gray as bookkeeper at Florida
Beta Sigma Phi sororitywill with costumes are asked to wear Bank at Starke ... Sarah has

meet at the home of Mrs them while shopping or attendingto retired,to be homebody.. Robert "

Jerry O. Gay Monday night. Mar. business ... Incidentally the Kelly Buck Gill, and Lamar

NOW ONLY 25 at 7 o'clock for a dinner honor-I men are still having trouble with Shaw are home from South Georgia -:
College for the spring holidays r : -.
T. -
the rushees. Members and their beards .. Hear that
ing '
... Connie Cnasteen celebrated -'
J. Alderman literally "gummedup e lOCAi TKADCMAHU.I.
95 rushees are asked to wear Centennial -
her 2nd birthday Sunday
the works" with his the other

costumes.The day ... Seems he was workingin afternoon with a party for a few Your Problems Are Our Problems So Far

Size 470.15 new officers installed at his turpentine operation anda friends ... Betsy Matthews celebrated -

Nut Tub' tax. Trp.and the last meeting were: president, barrel of gum splashed up into her 8th milestone Satur- As Your Building & Repair Needs Are

Mrs. Howard Meyers; vicepresident his whiskers ... He tried several day afternoon with a party fora ,
Tn Mrs. Robert Turner; recording number of her school class- ". and I say that you'regettin' ,
without sc
removers success Concerned. We Also Handle Your Finance
ask about secretary. Mrs. L. C. Hinson; finally had to cut it out, beard mates ... Anne Matthews and TOO OLD for that

The. Goodyear corresponding secretary Mrs. Al- and allHear ... Barbara Blankenship assisted HIGH OpTANE gasoline." Needs. See Us or Call Us Today.
I bert Lee; treasurer Mrs. Leon that CpL Byron New- Betsy's mother in entertaining

Lifetime Guarantee Gray; extension officer Mrs. David comb and Pfc Bucky Buckleave ... Billy Dean Thompson I mark- You're never too old to get a

Montgomery; director, Mrs. J Korea on March 29 after 16 ed his 8th birthday Tuesday witha kick from our premium gsa

Only $1.25 a week for a pair W. Kincaid; and sponsor Mrs months of duty there ... They family" weiner roast ...

Eve Godwin. It'll be a big day for the
KOBE PEW RIDE ON COODYIAI tIIE$'nwa ON ANY OTHER 1NDGOODMAN'S -, will land in San Francisco on
April 11, and both will be discharged meows and the bow-wows next GIB BROWNSERVICE 4imtEBl

ffIIl IM' Wesleyan GuildWesIea.n from service shortly Wednesday when the Rotary

thereafter ... Leave it to Carolyn Club sponsors a countywide pet STATION l

Service Guild Unit 1, Marco to pun a switcheroo show for the benefit of Red SUPPLIES
Service Station Cross ... Get out the flea powder
Standard Oil Products
will meet Tuesday evening, Mar ... came down with mumps
and comb kiddoes and
get
26 at 7:30o'clock In the Methodist while her children have never curry rc 7445333
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SEEBER D. GOODMANU.
those pets in hip shape for the Phone 327
education building with Mrs. had them ... Also mumping this there ... r'
S. 301 at South City Limits big event ...See you 407 N. Temple Ave.- : : ALp
G. L. Farber as hostess. week are Joan Libby (brother Carolyn

I Johnny has measles), Karen Col I

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FRIDAY MARCH 22. 1957 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, BTARKE, FLORIDA
ra a.a....... .rT.at ... ....

, .. J r, A I Attending the State Conventionof Mrs. W. D. Hollingsworth of Mrs A. B.
Community Bank Begins Operation Cellon and Mrs. T. CpL and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe of
the Florida Education Assn. In Fort White
the
spent first of the J.. Strickland of Gainesville were Fort Benning, Ga. were home visiting -
co' .. Tampa last weekend were: P. T. week with Mrs. E. C. Priest and visiting Mrs. Annie Hollings- their parents over the week-
Nolin Mrs. P. T. Noun Mrs. A. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Alvarez.Mr worth on Tue ,1ay.
r R. Norman Mrs. Jerry Gay and I and Mrs. Arthur Slade of end.Mr.
Miss Joanne Slade who is home I and Mrs. Ray Olneer and
4. Mrs. Betty May of the Starke Edgefield S. C. were overnight
this week on Spring vacation'from Mrs. Ann Anderson of Rockford,
Elementary School; Beecher Payne guests Monday of Mrs. W. S.
Slade Emory University, Atlanta, Ga. 111. were last week visitors of Mr.
Miss Della Rosenberg and L. and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
THE NEWS has as house guests several class- and Mrs. Al Hartmann.Mrs. .
H. Gibson of BHS; Hugh Ingram Sinclair. >
matea from'
and Mrs. E. Emory. Miss Martha P. M. Barefoot spent several -
I S. Beebe of the Law- Mrs. Pledger Johns and daughter Turner of McDonough. Ga.is
-r '"I. V I. ) tey school and Mrs. Mary W. Barbara were visiting her days last week with Mrs.
spending this week with
VI Joanne Frances Parker and :Mrs. Karma
I Spencer of the school.
Hampton mother Mrs. N. A. Conner
in
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zack and W. H. Nollman spent the week- Billy. Floyd and Steve Lange of Sands in St. Petersburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Inman Green and
the Lake Butler
baby spent the weekend in Or- end with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. t hospital on Sun- Atlanta and Walter Gilbert of
children and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mr. and Mrs. John Frye and
lando with friends and relatives. Boyd in St. Petersburg and attended day.Mr. Griffin were Saturday to Monday
Stringfellow of the State Farm daughter of Cleveland, Tenn. spent
Mrs. J.-M. Vickers and children a school banquet at the and Mrs. Dave WeI'o=ott,' quests Miss Jane Daniel and Bob
in to :Monday with Mr. and
spent Sunday St. Augustine. Thursday
were in Folkston, Ga. Saturday Sarasota Country Club on Saturday I and Mrs. Fred Heiman and son Taylor of Marietta were overnight
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. evening.Mrs. J Rev., and Mrs. I. E. Enlow of of Tampa and Mrs. Helen Ken- guests Monday; Miss Jane Wilkesof I Mrs. Herbert Thomas.

A. G. Gowen. T. J. Thomas of Valdosta : -'I Plant City were weekend guestsof nedy of Tallahassee were week- Cordele and Richard Johnson Mrs. P. S. DenmarK returned

Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Phillips of ___ Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dodd Jr. ,end guests of Sen. and Mrs. end Mira Eleanor Spalding of El- home Sunday after spending six

spent Monday in Jacksonville,, Lake City were viwting Mrs. Mrs. Nita Dyal and Mrs. E. J. .Charley E. Johns. The Johnses berta, Ga. are Wednesday to weeks with Mr. and Mrs. D. H.

with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Fields Bertha Pearce on Tuesday. Dowling were visiting Mr. and :also had as Sunday guests Mrs. Saturday guests: ; Jim Mosley of Handley in Lakeland.
and children. Mrs. J. F. Ellerbee in Panama Jewel Jones and Dannette Maysof St. Augustine, and Miss Vickie Mrs. N. O. Winn spent Wednesday
Sheriff and Mrs. PD.:\ Reddish City over the weekend. Tallahassee. Zambetti of Jacksonville were to Sunday in Baxley and
Linda Wasdin had as her guest and son, John Arthur, and }fro
Brunswick Ga. visiting relatives
last and Edith DAILY SPECIAL SMOKED Mrs. N. K. Hurst of Homosassaand Wednesday guests. Earl Bobo
Thursday
Friday, and }frs. Bill Reddbh. fish-
were
and also went on the Garden Gate-
Adams of BARBECUED (CHICKEN DINNER Indianapolis, Ind. was visit Ben Flagler and Wayne Aber-
Athens, Ga. Linda also ing Sunday at Cedar Keys. I Illr.
tour at Sea Island and St
had her this week $1.50. Chicken smoked over: ing her mother, Mrs W. S. Slade crombie of Atlanta are spendingThursday way
as guest a and Mrs. Garl Mathewsand Directors of the [Community State Bank are administered the oath : Simons Island.

cousin, EquillaVasdin of Patterson son, Bruce, were visiting of office by County Judge T. A. Yawn In preparation for the bank hickory Barry's logs Restaurant,In our smoke house.miles.and sister, Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, to Sunday. .'U.f.. Q"a..>A ............... .......a....'.......... 'u.'''.'LEt.;,."...
Ga. 3z on Thursday.Sen. Mrs. and Mrs. J. G. Holton and
rtr. and Mrs. Virgil Mathews and opening. Left to right are Judge Yawn, Pete Brinson. Tom Slade, South of Starke on U. S. Highway i of Gainesville were visiting Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Liefeld of S. D. Clark of Monticello .daughter Linda Kay, were visiting -
Mr. and Mrs. William Flink at Sen. S. D. Clark bus Simmons I D. E. Knight on Sunday.
Mrs. Leila Mundy, Knight, Steve 301. Telephone 441-W. Boxed Mr. and
Mrs. M.
Thomasville, Ga., former Starke was the guest of Sen. and Mrs. A. Payne in
Atlantic Beach on Sunday. Sen. E. Johns and Dr. Pete Felos. Dinner to take out.
residents were visiting Mr. and Charley Charley E. Johns Wednesday and Palatka on Sunday. IB The Circuit Court. Eljcath Judicial t-
Mrs. :Mrs. Etta Hoover was confined Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green C'lrrnlt of Florida. IB .Bd For
L. Wyman on Sunday. Thursday of last week. DAILY SPECIAL SMOKED ,
'Bradford County la Chancery.
in the Bradford County Hospital and Mr. and Mrs. Adam
son.
BARBECUED NOTICE TO DEFE>D
CHICKEN DINNER
(
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Wallace of
from Saturday to Thursday i Green, and .Mrs. J. H. Fields visited Margaret Aitchison. Plaintiff, vs
with arthritis. t Palatka, Mrs Willie Baker of St. $1.50. Chicken smoked on'rhickory William Aitchison, Defendant
Stephen Foster Memorial on logs in our smoke house.Barry's Ca e No. 10-!099
Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perry- L Augustine and Mrs. Ruby Waits .
Sunday.Mr. To: William Aitchison, 1SJ1
man spent Wednesday to Tues- of Hawthorne were Saturday I Restaurant, 3 Yz miles Franklin Avenue, Bronx, 1i'w
FLORIDATHEATRE and Mrs. E. D. and
in Tenly visitors of Mrs. Frank Hoover. South of Starke on U. S. Highway York.
day Miami with Mrs. C.
F Mrs. L. D. Haines attended the 301. Telephone 441-W. Boxed You are hererby notified that a
Sayles. Mrs. C. J. Houpt was in suit for divorce has been filed
funeral of Lamont Ghould in Eus- Orlando the first of the week on Dinner to take out. against you In the above entitled
Phyllis Darby is
convalescingat tis on Sunday afternoon cause: and :you are hereby requiredto
S the home of Dr. and Mrs. J, ,business.. Mr. and Mrs Ed Crosby and file your Answer with the
W. Brownlee this week followingan Colin Rushin of Hinesville. Ga. Steve Carter of Lakeland, Ga. 'family attended the alumni ban- Clerk of this Court, and to' serve
PlaintiffAttorney
appendectomy performed was a Monday visitor of Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wingate quet at Hoboken, Ga. last Friday a ropy thereof Samuel upon V Holch 409-A

Mrs. I. E. Clark. of Jacksonville were Sunday evening and were visiting relatives Main Street Daytona Reach Florida
of last week.
SAT., MAR. 23 Tuesday not later than 22nd dhy of
DOUBLE FEATURE DAILY SPECIAL SMOlKEDBARBECUED Mr. and Mrs. Homer Fain and visitors of Mr. and Mr Tyler in Douglas and Baxley Ga. April. 1957. If you fail to do so
CHICKEN DINNER r son, Edwin, of Ozark Ala., and Jones. the remainder of the weekend. a Decree Pro Confesso will be
( -
$1.50. Chicken smoked oveihickory Mr. and Mr,, R.: J. Andrews of Martha and Sue Deas of Lake Mjr. R. C. Morris of Fort Mon- entered demanded against in the you Rill for of Compljiint the relief

logs In our smoke house Pt\&T Wesconnett wt-re Sunday visitorsof City spent the weekend with roe, Va. was the overnight guest WITNESS my hand and seal of
Barry's Restaurant, 3Yz milesSouth !! Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby.Mrs. their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. last Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. S. paid 1957. Court this 20th day of March

of Starke on U. S. Highway 1 4M Dansby was released from E W. Hayes. G. Denmark. COURT SEAL)

i 301. Telephone 441-W. Boxed] Bradford County Hospital on B. E. Mills of Gainesville' was Mrs. Emma Pinner ia in Ocala Charles Clerk A.Circuit Darby Court

Dinner to take out.J. .I i i.t Monday where she had been con- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson visiting her sister, Mrs. Bill Wilkinson Starke. Florida

E. Hildebran was* called tc fined for the past week. on Monday. for a few days. Mariam L. Crosby Deputy 3/22 4t Cler(j1

Morganton N. C. on Monday by
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the death of his father, J.- P. ;.; "} ....,...... "
... IIIIIIII.Irs. "-"'- .
Hildebran. Funeral services were

I held Tuesday afternoon and Mr. :\ Sally Tison was first depositor as new bank opened its doors _

1. imnznl tom. Hildebran returned here Thurs- Tuesday morning. Next in line was II. A. Lawson, Johnny Walker of USE \\I 1.1 1 fli f

1 4.rou day.Mrs. Gainesville, and Mrs. II. A. Lawson. vN ,
as Mae Jones and Mrs. E. L. .

Patten of Jacksonville were visit- rtanj

PLUS ing Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middle- I :' z; DENMARK S

ton on Tuesday.Jan ,
t 1 Mundorff is home this 5 I if

week for his Spring vacation ..
For eveiY glittering facet h from Oglethorpe University, At- ; 4

faced a thousand moments ltna.Mr.. and Mrs. Ray P. Taylor '

of deadlyDM6W and family spent the weekendin 'Jtat; g {1y

Thttnasville, Ga. visiting their t
parents, Mr. and Mrs. g- P. Taylor .,
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and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis 'dy9

Lamb. Mr. Taylor also went tc .
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Atlanta Saturday on business. '' ey +

Mrs. W. E. Middleton is spending .if'
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v Thursday to Sunday in Tampa .
y as the guest of Mr. and Mrs.

a. Roy Simmons. While there she

will attend the wedding of a

4' cy grandniece, Miss Marjorie Anne ...... -,

,s Abbott to Robbins Hampton Den-I ,_.. -.' .. '. ., 4 :

l#t ,b.x ham on Friday evening.Mr. Employees of the new bank (I-r): Mary (arol Bessent, Margaret H '

: iis ) $ and and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli I. Miller, B. 1<'. Boone, Wm. S. Terry. Wyolene J. Bradley, and Florence '. C
family visited Mr. and Mrs.
{; Robert Stefanelli in Tallahasseeon II. Plucker. Cleone Reagan not present when photo was taken). -' .c : /

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Sunday.

Mrs. George Roberts, Mrs. Ver-

!. 1 i non Silcox and son, David, and 'at t.i3 .
Mrs. Merrill Struth were in De-

land Saturday visiting relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwardsof r

Jacksonville and Mrs. Esther

Johnson of Plant City were visiting -

Mrs. W. H. struth and daugh- If
ter Miss Kate Struth on Sun- a w:

3 day.Mr.
and : r'o Y
Tat rAYOrr..:, MU A aflS Orrt.a Mrs. J. W. Andrewsand h
Mrs. Jacqueline Moorer and IL
:
children have moved into the
\ CABBOU 8RUNE TOW WYM CttmiAPlir c yq.
Dr. Ritch downstairs apartmentat

A WtfW f11.A umn ncnia NUWMKB 436 E. Call Street. Mr. and 1

Mrs. Andrews have sold their r : ;t'.S4
"Scetinemtal Reasons"Cartoon. .

home on Kingsley Lake. ....... ,. .. ;
Chapter No. 7 "Mystery -r a
Friends of Fred Leonhard of --.. r-""""' .. ..... '" 0 s
Island" Keystone Heights will be glad to
\Vi\es of the new bank's officers and directors served as hostess ,
know that his condition is improving -I
following admittance to es at the open house last Sunday afternoon: (1-r) Mrs. Wm. S. Terry,
SUN. MON. TUES.
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Bradford County Hospital last Mrs. P. G. Felos Mrs. II. V. Knight, :Mrs. S. E. Simmons, Mrs, E,
MARCH 2125.26
Saturday. < M. Brinson, and Sirs. Charley E. Johns.

WHAT.A'.GUy :Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawsonof
Lakeland spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cocomise Sam Mitchell of Jacksonville

WAYNE IN A with :Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson. spent last weekend on a com-I I was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lester.

WONDERFUL NEWENTERTAINMENT Mrs. Lucille Davis was visiting bined business and pleasure trip I I Crews over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis JJ;. in ,
to Chicago. Mrs. S. G. Denmark Mrs. Carl
Gainesville on Tuesday. lr i
I Mr. and Mrs. John Ridenhourof Roberts Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chase of
Manchester Ga. were overnight Mrs. Steve Simmons were bridge-
Ocala and Mr. and Mrs. Bob
guests last Friday of Mr. and luncheon guests of Mrs. Joe
Chase of Gainesville were visiting
Mrs. Clyde Sinclair. Thomas in Crescent City on Wed
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I ;;a; Mrs. Etta Hoover in the Brad-
IMJ-M NU 1 a METROCOLOR ford County Hospital on Sunday. T-Sgt. and Mrs. L. J. Richardron nesday.

JOHN WAYNE Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Leslie Jr. and daughter of Valdosta Mrs. C. P. Koonce left Satur-

of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs spent the weekend with Mr. and day morning by plane for Tuscon,

DAN DAILEY Billy Dansby of Gainesville were :Mrs. :M. W. Lance. Mrs. Richardson Ariz. where she will visit her 65,000 pounds cool ln't harm thisBEAUTYREST

MAUREEN O'HARA Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr and daughter remained with son-in-law and daughter, 1st. ,
and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez and Mr.ana her parents for the week. I and Mrs. Howard Seawell Lt.j ,
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jure: taut naymona.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Andrewshad COMPLETE LINE
OF EAGLESPLUS
: I as their weekend guests Mr.

and Mrs. Tommie Hewitt of Val-
STARTER
._WOND
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= dosta, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs.
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Charlie Roberts of Lake Butler. TUXEDO E
GROWER 0
Mrs. W. A. Solano and Mrs.

"Cat And The Mermouse" Perry Kite Jr. and daughter 4.- .

Cartoon Terry Lynn spent Tuesday in DEVELOPER Though mashed under the wheels of the new 65000lb.

Gainesville.Mrs.. B.. J. Williams and FEEDS F E S Mack,heaviest truck on earth,not one of the 837 individually

WED., THURS., FRI., daughter, Carolyn of Immokaleewere pocketed coils was broken! An impressive demonstration t

MAR. 27-28-29 guests of Mr. and Mrs. 16 = % LAYING' proving that Beautyrest can really take it! .
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE Harry Anthony.Mrs. '"

Sue Myrick returned MASH Pork Maker Guaranteed for 10 years, this famous Simmons mattress .
Feed
Hog
a months home in after San Diego spending Calif.three with actually lasts for 15,20 years and longer! And, most !important r.; 8 NORM .FIRM

Special Com & Wheat itrfays superbly comfortable too! Are enjoying '1:'
her son, Lt. B. M. Myrick and Scratch you I!
,, 1 a ; lI.
EXTRA FIRM
family.Mr. $3.85 per 100 Ibs. Beautyrest luxury sleep? > P"-7 !

and Mrs. Bob Lane and .

,"". ,',,,,,,.," son of Gainesville were supper .

r..-M 1artS I-107101301 guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Baby Chicks And Poultry -
1 zeal*r MOUCM Ad A IIItlIIIAIlOUL tcnm Solano Tuesday night. "IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT"Denmark

Mrs. Cera Marlowe of South
PLUS
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1 .. Bay was honored with a dinnerat Equipment
the home of her sister. Mrs.

Corley Johns. Those helping to
I 34RUNAWAY celebrate the occassion were her AND OTHER PLANTS FurnitureFree Co. r

sisters, Mrs. 'Ida Sweat, Mrs
Annie Saunders and Mrs. Harry PETUNIAS SALVIA ASTERS ZINNIAS

DAUGHTERS Anthony and her nieces, Mrs. Magic Bloom Gro-Tone For Flowers
7I W. A. Solano and Mrs. Perry

Kite Jr. and daughter, Terry And Gardens Premier Peat Moss

.du.s..1e wo0ua0aawWearMWautaW tiatn Lynn. Delivery OF STARKE I Free
11ssetBarbara Lance and Barbara Delivery

"As The Crow Lies" Cartoon Charity, Colley Hospital, student New nurses Orleans of SISTRUNK FEED & SEED CO. 434 446 W. CALL ST. PHONE 151 '.

539 E. Call St. Florida .
La will be home for the weekend Starke,

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fer were of the Elmer Motel SoldThe BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
at other places. VYYYYYYYVYVYTYYVVVVYVVVY
see relatives Livingstons, formerly of Keystone Rev. C., Bruce, Stalling, pastor
All returned to Tampa Sunday
CLAY HILL afternoon. KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Heights at their new home at Star 301. Motel on U. S.
NORTH SIDEBy Jacksonville Beach on Sunday. Sunday School, 10 a. m.; morn-

by Blrs. J. L. Strickland Winnie Harris, Gloria Starling, Mrs. J. Russell Young Phone Keystone 3421YYYYYYYTTTTTTTTTYYTTYYYY :Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B. Watson 301 between Starke and Lawteywas ing worship, Jl a. m.; training
and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Padgettwere sold recently by August and
!. attended a dinner meeting of union 7 p. m.; evening worship
&&&&&&&&&&& &-&&uuua among those from Jackson- Mrs. Carl BrownAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA stockholders of the Caroline Cassiato of StarKe to..
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYT Banner Food 8 m.WednesdayHour.
Several of us Clay Hill people ville visiting in these parts last Girl Scouts Rotary Guests Seventeen stores in Jacksonville last Sun- Stanley Miller. I. p.
Boy Scouts and three
weekend.The Tax stamps indicated that the of Prayer.
were in Starke Saturday morn-
Sixteen Girls Scouts and their leaders
from the
Lake
ing and got a good look at the Clay Hill PTA met March Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Cowartand two leaders, Mrs. Fremont Tollesof Presbyterian Church were week-Shore day.Mrs.. Herbert T. Williams was price paid was 60000. Sp.m.

,Id fashioned dresses and beards 12. They have given $50 for library Rev. E. C. Harvey attended Keystone and Mrs. Jack Bass end campers. hostess on Wednesday afternoon,

and those cute looking derbies expenses and recently have, ordination services at 10th St. of Melrose were, guests of Key- 58th Wedding Anniversary :March 13, when she entertained aa.IZ.a.y

and top hats, to say nothing of furnished linens for the bed that Church in Jacksonville Sunday stone Rotary Club pn Friday, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Clark of "mothers and daughters." Eijoy- From where ;
the poke bonnets. Must say they was formerly given to the school afternnon. Rev. Harvey broughtthe March 15. Mary Ann Schaeffer led Keystone Heights will celebrate lug the affair were Mrs. F. M. 111 sittIn'yJoe1farsh
all looked nice to some of us old for use in case of sickness. The i
message. !. the Color Ceremony which opens their 58th wedding anniversary on Walrath Sr., Mrs. F. M. Walrath'Jr. L
fashioned folks. We are looking PTA is also planning some kind Mr. and Mrs. Azure Johns and the typical Scout meeting. Tak- Monday, March 25. Mrs. Clark .. Mrs. Walter Washabaugh, : .
forward to seeing the grand pa- of entertainment before school is Jacksonville spent the in the Dee ,
family of ing part ceremony were the former Miss Sarah Smith of Mrs. Thomas Southerland Mrs. ,
rade.Visitors out.Rev. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Dee Hardenbergh, Diane Brokas Astoria, Long Island and Mr. William Smith Mrs. S. E. Mc
Double
of the Ernie 'Padgettsover Patterson of Atlantic Johns. of Keystone and Margaret Slade Clark were married in the churchof Kay_Mrs. H. C. McSIasters, Mrs. Pleasure

the weekend were Mr. and Boulevard preached for us last Mrs. peter and friends of Green- and :Marian Bass of Melrose. the Redeemer in Astoria. They Al 'NelsOn, Mrs. Gertrude Young, I ... ..

Mrs. Toby Griffis and Mrs. Goff Saturday night. He is also conducting ville, Ala visited Miss Dora Clark Mrs. Fremont, Tones, Scout'moved to Keystone a little over a Mrs. J. Russell ,Young, Mrs. W. I just got back from Talla "Well this beer brings pleasure )

and children, all of Jacksonville, our revival this week, last week. Also visiting Miss Leader, led the girls through the year ago and now live in the' L., Reynolds. hassee. It's about as pretty a to you and me just 'cause we /

.n Saturday and Mr. and :Mrs. B. and probably longer. Services Clark was her niece, Miss Eva tenderfoot requirements, includingthe Walker home on Lawrence Boule- Milton Starnes is visiting his 'state capitol Is f any_ in the, enjoy It. but did you ever stop'to

F. Jackson and his mother and begin each night at:30 and Clark of Lake City. history, insignia progression parents, Mr. and Mrs Raymond IU. S., and I've seen most,ofthem I think that it brings pleasure!

Mrs, George Dunham, all of everyone is cordially invited.r Scott and'1otrs.. through the ranks, a descriptionof vard.Members Starnes. Milton is enjoying /I called in on some ofi to people that don't drink it!? -
Naomi :
Mrs. of :Mrs. Clark's Circlein 'our
friends
Jacksonville to find out what was Might there I
on Sunday.
the World Association of Girl listenedJhardi'
Virginia Bleasdale of Gainesville the Community Church will be Spring holidays. He attends. new. I did find out that it takes! *
D. B. Lang of Tampa spent _YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- visited Mrs. Orene Cowart Fri- Scouts, and as they are called In hostesses at an informal receptionin Emory at Oxford, Ga. 'an awful lot of money to run "You see, Joe,every glass of
the weekend with the Richard brook pruse-size fountain pens in England and other foreign count- 'this beer helps to pay for our govern.
Alfred Watson big state of I ,
day afternoon. the Educational Building of the Jr. is visiting ours. guess
Langs. Our new bride and pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Brad- ries, Girl Guides. She described I you're wondering the jnent. Why last year alone the'
r that little Karen Community Church on :Monday friends in Georgia during the same as !
Glad to report state tax on beer in Floridawas'overT
groom Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lang, ford County Telegraph. eleven fields and spokeon I 'I wat. where does the money ]
Martin is better after suffering program evening1, March 25, at 8:30. holidays. He is also a student at sixteen million dol.
with virus pneumonia. Others on the theme for Scout Week. Friends of the couple are cordially, Emory at Oxford. all come from. Well, I spent a liars".Well from where I'm
'very pleasant evening with *
the sick list are Stephen Cowart, "Scouting Is A Family Affair. invited. : Mrs. Dora Bleha, mother of Ed :of those fellows in' the know.one' 'siltin, that's a lot of pleasure----
Bass and the
Mrs. Mrs. double
Lynn Sapp, Carolyn Brown, and Brownie Tones leaders from Mel- Out of town guests who are Bleha, has been a patient in the We were drinking a t friendlyglass pleasure !>

Mrs. Lola Crews. I two here to celebrate the occasion are Bradford County Hospital, but of beer and he said.
along with other Girls Scout
:Miss Aubrey Boudreau of Mis- leaders rose were invited to a meetingat :Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Crosby of I. has improved and is now at "You know something Joe 8oetr !4(

4/ sissippi is visiting friends and Girl Scout Council Fishkill, N. Y., Emory Hager of home. this beer we're drinking is really
the
relatives here for.a few days. new Gainesville Chelsea, N. Y., Mrs. Mary Baileyand Mrs. Charles Todd, a patient at double pleasure." I had to ask .
in on I
Headquarters Mrs. Mamie Kellner of Wapp- Orln-Vista_n_ _-. Orlando_u____, continues tn what he meant and he said.
Mrs. Wilbur Ricine of Jackson- Wednesday, March; 20, to hear
"Here's food for thought ville spent from Friday to Sun- Miss Oleda Schrottky, a memberof inger Falls, N. Y., and James improve and expects to come I fopyriRht.1957. Unitd States Preiitrs Foundation 1
home visit
for a soon.
Click of Horsham, Pa. Mr. Clickis
u day with her mother, Mrs. Luther the National Girl Scout Field
When you want something of the Clarks.In .
McDaniel. Other guests on Sun- Staff of the United States. a grandson ---- -

good to eat, the good foodto .l7 day were Mr. and Mrs: Billy Mrs. Tolles pointed out in her addition the Rev. W. C.

Walker, also of Jacksonville, and that Boyer, and Mrs. Boyer, mission- I !I
think about is our ice cream talk before the Rotarians i
V Miss Frances Martin. Girl Scout troops in this area have aries who have been for some BIG M DREAM CAR

X -the best idea yet! \ Don't forget visitation Thurs- to work independently and do not years in Boma, Africa, and have

Buy some today." day night and choir practice Friday -I have the advantages which come now returned for retirement.Rev. V
9 night at 7:30. with being part of a Council. It is and :Mrs. Boyer expect to CONTEST I
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make their home in St. Peters-
be
hoped that this may soon remedied -

TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTRISING and that through local burg. 4 S I
Woman's Club
It's good... support and interest a Council A. G. Loudon will be the speaker -
for the in
1 troops
A be provided
L r It's SUPERIORetdlk may at the Woman's Club meeting I
this area.
FREE MERCURYS
on Tuesday, March 26, at one 90 t
By Mrs. Edward NornianAAAALAAAAALiLAALAAAAALAL New Banking Hours hours :o'clock. Luncheon will precede the
Effective April 1, banking
ICE program. Mr. Loudon's subjectwill
REAM at the Keystone Bank will be
be "Conditions in Ireland To- I
2 Monday through
to
from 9
Mr. and :Mrs. Thurman Jones "
All Popular Flavors / Cones, Cups, Pints, Family U-GoTIons Thursday. The drive-in window day.
Bill Starlingand
and Mrs. PersonalitiesMr.
and
son Sunday in will be open from 9 to 4. All departments Mrs. Albert Bachmannheld
daughter spent and
Jacksonville.Mr. will be open on Fridays open house on Sunday even- 0 IN PRIZES
from 9 till 6. The bank $450,000
and Mrs. Herbert Norman Saturdays start- ing, March 17. Fifty guests called
be closed on
will
and children of Lady Lake visited holi- during the evening. The Bach-
the Edward Normans last week- ing April 6. The following manns will leave soon for a trip
KEEP YOUR days will be, observed: New I
end. to points of south Florida and on
Day, 4th of July, Labor
Years
I k weekend Freddy with Sue Barnes her brother spent and the Day, Thanksgiving and Christ-: business their return trip go and to later Chicago to for-a their 15 Mercurys given away every week*, includingthe

CANCELLEDCHECKS. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. mas. Church Men Club home in St. Albans N. Y. fabulous new Turnpike Cruiser! A visit to your
Community
Miss Rushton who
Lake. Marilyn recently -
Barnes, at Kingsley
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ellis are on Robert E. Edmondson, Hospital Directorof graduated from Florida Mercury dealer's showroom may win one for you!

the sick list this week. the Bradford County Southern College, has accepted a .

Don't forget the big Sing at will be the speaker at the meet- position with Delta Airlines ,and _.
theCommunity
; Bayless Highway Baptist Church ing of the Men's Church Club on of Monday is attending a 2 week course of instruction 2,190 PRIZES ,IN ALL! .. __._ __ ,_._ ._ jf
afternoon at 2 o'clock. in Atlanta. From there
fc/a this Sunday
invited. evening, March 25 at 6:30.: Din- she expects to be .assigned to the 1st prize-Mercury 4-door Turnpike Cruiser-
Everybody circle of Next 50 weekly prizes-General Electric"Companion"
Please give me all your news ner will be served by a Delta Office in Dallas, Texas. one each week. Plus l trip to New York for two :
f Church. Visitors : TV sets. Portable only 26
the Women of the Eulie Rushton will leave Satur- via American Airlines. of EdSullivan
1.- and let's it in the Special guests
get paper. invited to at pounds!Performs with console clarity.
are cordially day to enroll at Georgia Tech for at his television show.

1 TIlE RIGHT POINT for the tend. Reservations may be made the third quarter, beginning March

way ;you write. Come in and select with W. L. Reynolds ReviewAt "Sr. 25. His parents Mr. and Mrs. E. Next 4 weekly prIzes-Mercury Commuter Next 300 weekly prizes-Sheaffer's White Dot

+ your favorite ESTERBROOK Scout Charter held on A. Rushton, will accompany him Station Wagons. 2-door, 6-passenger. More Snorkel Pen Sets-autographed by Ed Sullivan.
P a. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH the Charter Review to.'Atlanta. room than ever before in Mercury's field! World's finest writing instrument.Next .
a, ua i Friday, March 15, Charter renews 'Ale Leslie Ridaught, U. S. Air

p ;r.i al was approved and the follow- Force, is on leave from a year's
F
fl ing appointments made: Scout- duty in French Morocco. After a 10 weekly prizes-Mercury Monterey 4Bonus Awards-$10,000 for new Mercury
GAY'S master, Myron C. Prevatt; Explorer door Sedans. All Mercurys awarded as prizes buyers during contest, $2,000 for used car
visit at home he will
'. ... go to Tampa,
''t' ,14. "*#tlrlSJ H ";i'lf>tr.rf Advisor, Charles Todd; As- where he will be stationed. are fully equipped. buyers-see official rules for details.

They valid receipts for the- menfS7 Master, W. L. Rey-
ore p They l Home Appliances sistant Scout Theodore Olds of Detroit, Mich.

show where your money goes. They may be uses! nolds Jr., and Don Morgan. Com- is joining Mr. and Mrs. Fred Olds Sil well,eonteb! ,Mane 4 too;ft April tO.Entries neehtd Itbcttn Mud{!f trill fo Jtfgtd{.On fnt cental.r

:ful at income tax time. So it is wise to retain your 41 Your Friendly mittee Chairman, Rev. J. Rus- in St. Petersburg. All three will Tler.af ,tnlria trill b*rand wally: '

sell Young, Institutional Repre- be the guests later in the weekof
cancelled checks, for a reasonable time, at least sentative, Gay Livingston Jr.,
Norge Dealer Mr. and Mrs. James Cook and EASY TO ENTER! ENTER EVERY
!t for a year or two. They constitute a valuable Committeemen, Ray E. Chance, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Johnson of

record of spending._ NQRGE APPLIANCES. N. W. Hardenbergh, Alfred B. Lake Winott. 333ffi MERCURY DEALER FOR OFFICIALiffifRf
Crawford,
Watson, Ralph C.
Mr. and Mrs. George :M. Schaef-
MAYTAa WASHERS Frank Walrath Jr., H. L. Morgan -

.Jr., Neighborhood Commis-
tj COLEMAN HEATERS and sioner, W. B. Belote.

; FLOOR FURNACES The Troop ,now registers 15 .
at -
FLORIDA BANK STARKE
e Scouts, two of whom, Gary Chanceof CARLOAD '
We Service All MakesOf the Explorers are Eagle

Appliances Scouts, two whom, Gary Chance PURCHASEOF
Member Florida National Group and Bruce Prevatt, have their \

Phone 10 God and Country Awards. Eagle G-E AUTOMATIC
Milton Starnes is a studenf
Starke, Florida Scout
WASHERS BRINGS YOU .
at Emory. at Oxford.

_! PTA Meetiner --. .;..... -
Dr. Florence Jennings, juvenile I f''I 111GENE'RALELECTRIC LOW PRICE

couselor for Bradford County, .

spoke on this subject at the P. T.

A. meeting Tuesday, :March 19.

We've got it! Ijgl In the New White Pump Harold She was Snellin.introduced, by Mrs. FOOD FREEZER: GENERALe ELECTRIC

:Mrs. George schaeffer and Mrs.
.1-
I Chester Moody attended the Coun- NEW 1957 DELUXE AUTOMATIC .

ty Council of the P.TA.on Friday,
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:March 15, at Green Cove Springs. V _
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Mrs. Schaeffer received the no- V. S. 'i*,'! Ht,.<. ,
WITH "
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1t mination for Vice-president of the '

.l' tt1p' .. County Council. Mrs. Mae Tuckerwas : I 44teRfl1, ,ffJO-'II/'o 1

nominated to serve a second 1> < ',, ," A '''<, M.tA< Jfti,.
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term as president. ; $',#">., /
"w
I 1 h llV. New Police Car 7' .M U 15 minute wosJt I Iql

er A new Police Interceptor car ;, P.d.ch--outolllCltlccrlfy sets Ink

was purchased by the city last I I ipta liiiM and final rim p."!* .. u, ,tij .

/ Saturday from a dealer in Gaines-
vile. The new car has 'a Thunder-
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V bird V-8 motor, rotary beacon V

: 4 light mounted on the top, siren
withTCP .
; spotlight, and it is hoped it will Model :. .

.;', soon radio.A .be equipped with a two-way 39 u.i i; *278 1$


committee is at work on a
!THeimosSpowerfulVgasoliiietBe ': study of proposed street markersfor ,

the town. Mayor M. L. Ownby ( MODEL WA-350P

attended a meeting of the State .* n..rbaPrllldlll......Tema. 'T WITH TRADE .
most powerful cars can use : tt.
Road Department in Gainesvilleon }T_Vrin irr.todU.rt..Ad.tF.W' 189. i lr.mrrv':
Monday morning.They were CHECK THESE FINE FEATURES
FAMOUS KRKOUIN smut I.OM N*
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there in the interest of the proposed -
.tn BOB WOO.OOO.8u 10 Ton w Uifv Kg t ft. copadty

CABS which have been run on tains special power ingredients, .. .widening of Lawrence Boulevard i.\|* MEW UCKHC Ironic tips smite OHM Staff y. .. Sean/J/ th_\I *,Easy fop Icodtog HQM OF

grade gasoline will known as aromatic Super Shell Bridge ClubThe \ ...a"0"a"'ir' *IM.,.. Porttloln wastebasket and tub

get even better performance with has a high concentration of these Duplicate Thursday meetingof 4 mam W AUS. MIInt UMM SWm oW A* lip 4h.rN" Famous G-E Activator Washing oa
Super Shell with TCP.'That's aromatics They pack more energy regular ) frtntof SirtHH I .

because Super Shell is higher than into your engine than anything the Keystone Duplicate Bridge 11M! 00T MODS fir T".....Df .! Mkr-OM SkoH .IMM Action
Club was held at the Woman'sClub C ,: 5-yetzr 6>E ftotP Loa Plan 1
else
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high test powerful can use;
even more you 1 ,
March 14 at 7:30. High .
aF
than Shell Premium Gasoline And Super Shell has TCP addi: score was won by Donald A. : I

which it replaces; tive. TCP neutralizes harmful: Pangborn and Gordon Adams, 7 I I I

Here's how this is possible: engine deposits and tmTftaahfla the second high by Mr. and Mrs. r' t J'L.Q.wPI

Shell is America's largest maker full power of high octane. It enables Raymond Starnes, third high by 1 1Red's

of gasoline for commercial aviation a car to deliver,and keep on jJfJ Mrs. Alice Ketchum and her

and aviation gasoline con delivering, its full power: daughter, Mrs. George Phelps. An V
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-swr.o tDr -- Invitation is extended to, an in-
.. a-.a.. bIjeo& :: ...
I terested bridge players to join the Center

Get Super Shell now at the New White Pump the club. Appliance
\ Camp !(ontgomery1s1tors

Forty-one young people from

the south Jacksonville Presbyterian -.

JOHN A. TORODE ... JOBBER Church and their advisors en- KEYSTONE_ HEIGHTS, FLORIDA

joyed an overnight retreat at the

camp Pace is last the weekend.Director Miss of ,Christian Dorothy Check With Red For All Appliances And T.V.

PnoeS4 Madison and Cherry Sts. Starke Fla,
Education for th* church and

accompanied the young people. ,
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YOU'LL LOVE 'the new Ester I Jacksonville 2. Florida box drawers on each pedestal, Bids may be sumltted on one or
: have for Trus- by Rev. Jffley of Tampa, who wasa and file the original in the offlc center locking drawer suspension -i all. of the described items and the
,YYTTYTYTTYTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTYTYTTTYNEWS a special program of sister N. L. PuUum. brook p eiountaIn'nieI k' of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or nylon glide drawers. Board reserves the right to accepta
tee Sunday at 7:30 p. m. with guest or before the 15 day of April 1-3 drawer legal size, heavy bid &s to one or more Items and
OF INTEREST TO COLORED Rev. George Lee and his congregation The conference of the High shades. Only $3.09 at Bradford 1957; otherwise the allegations of guage steel file ''cabinet ens- to reject said bid as to the remila-
Springs Dist. is being held' at County Telegraph. said Complaint will be taken as pension drawers, thumb latchon Ing items therein.
COUNTY in church. Music will be Church in confessed by you..rids each drawer, Bids shall be accompanied by: a
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD St. Luke's AJbtE. notice shall be published
furnished by Allen Chapel Senior 3-Sections open storage vertical photograph or catalogue accurately
Alachua from Wednesday' to Fri- NOTICE TO ATFBAR once each week for four consecutive cabinets S roller shelves high I depicting the item or items for _
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Choir and Alice Roberts I. Ciralt Caart. Bradford c. ,
Mary Tele-
weeks IB the Bradford County
(including roller shelves with which bid is submitted.Bids .
By'Owra J. Shell&AA..AA..AAAAA& day .this week. Friday is educational Florida IB CIa..ee,,. )
Hampton, recent winner of the graph. one (1) and panel, maximum shall. include the colors la
AALAAAAALAAAAAAALALAAAAA I 4th' 'Div. in night and a special pro- Mary Eleanor \ValUy. Plaintiff, vs. Dated this 8 day of March, 1957. ,. 15 inches deep. size to accommodate which the item is available for
Oratorical Contest
---a.&a a_ppppp p_ &&&&&% will be presented by the Pettis D. Walley, Defendant. (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby regulation size Deed which bid Is submitted.
will read gram Case No. 10-2078 Clerk of'th Circuit Court
"NatalDay" High .springs, give 'a Pook. Commissioners
the -
On March 13th, School Choir under Notice T. A.near Clerk The BOard of County
Senior Class FlayOn RJE High By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy
ing. Please this 1-Section open storage vertical I reserves the right to reject
support program
McNeil was To: Pettis D. Walley whose residence 3/15 U 4/5
Sunday March 25 at 3 p. m. of Mrs. Corean ) will help the building the direction o* Mrs. F. S. Pierce. and address is Ole Miss College cabinet, is roller shelves high, any and all bids.
the home of her as proceeds (including roller shelves 15th day of March A. D.
the senior class of RJE High will celebrated at White On the first Sunday afternoon in Oxford, MisslsslppL NOTICE TO APPEAR ) size This the
fund. Helen
-Mary re to Accommodate record
? Rev. and Mrs. Jenkins You are hereby notified that a suIt IB Circuit COB*. Bradford CoBBty, books 1957.
with
presett a Hillbilly Comedy in sister included: porter. April the pastor, choir and members for divorce and restoration of Florida IB Chancery. 19"x13 li"x3 ii". Charles A. Darby,
serving as hosts. Guests will render service at New No additional Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
three acts: "A-Feudin Over Yonder' Antioch Church is hold maiden jiam Otholene Pittman. Plaintiff, vs. specifications will
The Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Marshall, Baptist Baptist at 3:30 m. We has been filed against you in the Warren A* Pittman. Defendant. be published other than the' following For Bradford County, Florida.
by Le Roma Rose. Graham, Mr. ing practice for special Easter Hope p. .above named Court and cause and Notice To AppearTo instructions to bidders. 3/15 2t S/%!
cast will be Mountain Maggie, Mr. and Mrs. Eli services each evening at the have a wonderful visit from them you are required to serve a copy of : Warren A. Pittman. whose -
Ida and Mrs. Julius Royal, and Mother and hope all members and friends your answer or pleading to the residence and address it: Unknown.
Maw Fry,
Betty Jenkins; church. Wednesday night before complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
A deliciou!; i You are hereby notified mat a _
Hawkins; Emmy Fry, Joan Britt; Sophia Royal. the first Sunday in April will be will join us on this return visit. Lloyd Bass. 210 Clark Building, suit for divorce and restorationof B -: *i Thafs Our Business
v
Jacksonville 2, Florida L
Clem meal was served. -Louise Broxton, reporter. maiden name
Izzie Fry, Roger Aycox; I the business meeting of the church
Rosie Belle Sisters of the Swish Choir No. 1ill sing all day and file{he original In. the office baa been filed against you In the If It's Glass We Have It!
Pry, Rufus Riley; and all members are asked to be of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on above named Court and cause and
Fry, Rosebud Kittles; Aunt Harry Chairman Eddie Thompkins present. They are also asked to Sunday, March 24, at New Bethel or before the 15 day o! AprIl you are required to serve a, copy of 4 CALL WRITE or VISIT
Shell as in 1957; otherwise the allegations of pleading to the
answer or
Ozora Lottie English your
Hornhonker. Ruby Lee Hall; has appointed Join the pastor on Sunday to Baptist with said Complaint will be taken a. complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
Willy Hornhonker. Johnnie Johnson coordinator for the Sisters of visit Mt. Pisgah Methodist I charge. All members are asked to confessed by you. Lloyd Bass 210 Clark BuildIng Joe Peters Glass Co.
Barber Swish. The following per- be for consecration by : This notice shall be published Jacksonville 2. Florida .
Earl ; the I present
Popoff, the creek. Let's go each week for four consecutive
; Pappy Church across once and file the original In me office ot
Zeke Popoff. Leonard Heath; sons have been named as co- 100 per cent and help this mem- the pastor. Easter practice will .weeks in the' Bradford County Tele the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or FOR ANY GLASS NEED
Hankerson chairmen to1 work with princi- be held at the church eyery Monday graph. before the
travelin preacher Levi their beautifulnew Dated this 8 day of March 1957.
guests: Essie Mae pal Thompkins and receive material bership complete Carlwell Wednesday and Friday at 5 (Official Seal) Charles A. Darb 15 day of AprIl 1957; We Design Modern Store Fronts
; wedding Shell church.-Deacon Marshallin Clerk of Circuit Court otherwise the allegations of said lost Mail Us A Pattern for
Miller Er- from supervisor : i m. Deaconess Pauline the. Complaint will be taken as confessed -
Baker p.
Aycox. Annie i reporter.The By Marian L. Crosby. DeDuty Clerk
nestine Weston. -Ruthie Mae Jen- Starke-Sisters Laura Whitmore, morning sermon at Allen charge.-Joan Jenkins reporter. 2/15 it 4/5 This by you.notice shall be published Table Tops _

kins, Ruby Lee Hall and Johnnie Marion Dell, Pauline Marshall, Chapel was delivered last Sunday one each week for four consecutive 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville FIa. Phone FR. 2-4353
this play Meta Harmon. Sally Williams, week in the Bradford County Tele
Johnson. Don't miss T T TTTT' NOTICE TO APPEAR graph.
it is one of Wilhelmena Brooks, Hilda Bell .YY.TYYY YTYY Y Y TT .TTTTTTT IB Clrralt Coert. Bradford COD au. Dated this 8 day of March, 1957.
'for will
you agree Bernice Florida IB OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyClerk
come Morris, Queen E. Green, Chancery. ( :
school plays to Demonstration of the Circuit Court. :.
the best Home Herman Bryant, Plaintiff. vs. Mil
The cast is being Morris, Elsie Leverson, Mayola ', dred Key Bryant. Defendant By Marian 1. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
along,in years. of the Morris, Wateroak-Sisters Miriam Case No. 10-2079 3/15 4t 4/5
directed by the sponsor; : ; Notesby Notice To AppearTo -

OW..I_i-.- .U.n.>u". f.'. c. _Piprre..n- Tickets Tyson f and Beatrice DeSue. Hamp-Sul- 3 : Mildred Key Bryant, whose \OTICE Own Your Own Home!
Walker
sale.C. ton-Sisters Lizzie residence is Carthage North Carolina TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
are :ire on and Corene Aycox. Lawtey and whose address is Route You will please take notice that,
Jr. High livan DOROTHY ROSS 3. Cfirthage, North' Carolina.
c.j Anderson True pursuant to the provisions of Chap-
company are -Sisters Marguerite Kelly, You are hereby notified that a ter 150, Florida Statutes of 1955,
Yoand your talent Smith and Sadie, Clark. Home Demonstration Agentinto suit for 4 the Bo'ard of County Commissioners i
cordially invited to attend a ''Love .... for divorce of Bradford County. Florida
at Kelly's Place, March Lincoln City-Sisters Clemmer prunes. Serve on crisp lettuce has been filed against you In it* will, at the regular monthly meet- BEVIS CONSTRUCTION CO. Inc.
Show
Bryant, Bertis Robinson. Mary Officers Training Meeting I above named Court and canes and ing of said Board to be held on
presentedin
25. This affair is being and Janie Mitchell.A Officers from the Home Demonstration leaves. you are required to serve a copy of Monday April 1. 1957 in the Brad- ,
interest of the May Day White Shaw Sears Poultry Project your answer or pleading to the ford County Courthouse in Stferke
the the fact very important planning Clubs and County i 4-H and complaint pn the. Plaintiffs Attorney Florida, consider and take actionon Will Build You A HOME On Ypur Lot
call for those girls
Queen Contest. Due to will be held at RJE work- : Council met with the State Farm Last Lloyd Bass, 210 Clark Building the establishment of a County
cafetorlum meeting interested in obtaining 100 Jacksonville 2. Floridaand
that v'e do not have a boys Free Public Library.
We 13 at 9:45 for a train-
Saturday at 4 p. m. Club March Sears file the original in the office Charles A. Darby,
spaceis shop chicks through the revolving -
or auditorium and a larger and have invited Mrs. Chasteen, who ing meeting. baby of the Clerk of the Circuit Court o. Clerk, Circuit Court Bradford 1 BED ROOM $ 995.00
teded for production fund. or before the County, Florida.
of patrons we is general chairman, to come Miss Ross introduced the guest One hundred baby chi ks are 15 day of ApriL 1957: 3/15 2t 3/22

accommodation enough to out and explain all of the partic- speaker, Miss Helen Holstein, delivered to you and no paymentis otherwise the allegations of said NOTIfK 2 BED. ROOM $1,595.00
fortunate
liave been A- Complaint will be taken
As patronsof ulars in working on the committee District Home Demonstration required until the birds are by at confessed NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:
secure Kelly's place. of 'the Swish, gent from Tallahassee. you. That on the 25 day of March, 3 BED ROOM '
for the Sisters that This notice shall be published -, $2,095.00
-
cooperated and producing. By -
have the
the school they grown 1957 at 12:00: o'clock noon, undersigned -
to train each week for four
once consecutive
of was
celebration meeting
which is a part of the Purpose Sheriff of Bradford ,
We are asking time it is possible to have received weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
with the
program. of Florida will sell for cash,
of Starke. the officers in the performance County
100th birthday graph.
other patrons to cooperate by attending of the enough money from cash awardsin I to the highest and best bidder the
buttons have been secured their duties. Miss Holstein explained Dated this 8 day of March, 1957. described vehicle
this show and watch Additional which the birds were exhibited following motor : HOUSES ARE COMPLETE ON OUTSIDE WITH
Chairman for the what Home Demonstration -i (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 1940 Ford Coupe, Motor No. S
your children perform. YOU wil1as by to pay for them. Clerk of the Circuit Cour.t 18552568 (Oldsmobile Motor)
#; .:.I U'A_ ",..a<>ti n 1 thCV,brothers of the brush and they work is and the methods usedin I This is an excellent CDDortunitv. Ey KarUn L. Crosby. Denuty Clerk Color Black FLOORING AND ALL PARTITION STUDDING
A1IIU UlClll it out. ----- -- 3/15 4t said sale will be conducted immediately - -- --
sing, do various types fm-I i can be purchased from Brothers carrying it is hoped that 10 girls and boys 4/5\\ west of the Bradford County -
Each officer was given a ON INSIDE ONLY
and copyof
sical interpretations in various Anderson, Shell. Lennon will be quick to speak for these NOTICE TO APPEAR i Jail in Starke Florida, and will ,
Already more than the County Council's Constitution be held in accordance with Chapter
must to see this Thompkins. i chicks. They will be delivered the IB Circuit Court. Bradford CoBaty
Make it a 56!:, Florida Statutes of 1955.
ways.
before Florida la Chancery.
.
wonderful show. Nothing like it 100 buttons have been purchased.Get a'nd By-laws to study first of April. Lovey La Rosa. Plaintiff, vs. John This the 7 day of March. A. D., TAMPA QUINCY. PERRY-

since today. revising them. You contact Miss Dorothy La* Rosa Jr., Defendant. 1957. .
has been in Bradford County yours may P. 1'). REDDISH.
Silas] Greens from New Orleans. Thurston School NewsDon't Those attending were: Mrs. T. Ross or George Huggins at the Case No. 10-20SO Sheriff. Bradford County. PALATKA
Latimore Gospel W. Markey, Miss Edith Moore. Notice To AppearTo /' 3/15 2t 3/22
The sponsors are Mrs. R. H. Donald forget the Courthouse 'annex, phone 233 or : John La Rosa Jr., whose resIdence .- CALL FOR BIDS .
and 1). B. Richardson; Principal Singers will appear at Ebe-: Mrs. L. E. Dugger Mrs. H. J. post office box 267. i and address is: Unknown. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That IN STARKE AND VICINITY -
Church : Kucera Mrs R. M. Caddell, Mrs. You are hereby notified that a suit The Board of County Commissionerswill
C. C. Anderson. I nezer Baptist punday Zinnias for divorce and restoration of
) receive sealed bids until 10:00
Din-
Edwards Mrs. P. L.
Lottie
Surprise Dinner Party March 24, at 3 p. m. A wonderful If you haven't planted your former name o'clock A.M., April I, 1957, at which
: was treat is in store for you if you i kins, Sr. Mrs. Rosa Pinholster, zinnias yet. be sure to do so in has been filed against you In the time said bids will be opened, for i
A birthday party Smith DeVoe
surprise
Mrs. W. T. Blair, Mrs. Lawrence above named Court and cause and the sale to said Board of the fol- Call --- Phone 410-J
given at the home of Mr. and attend. All patrons'and friendsare order for them to be blooming you are reautred to serve a copy of owing items; F.O.B. Starke:
Louis St. Patrick's invited. There will be a small I Wiggins, Mrs. E. J. Whelan, Mrs. when the others are for the your answer or pleading to the 1-Conference top steel desk. 70
Mrs. Kelly on Tullie Norman, Mrs. L. I. Wain- complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney inches wide x 32 inches deep,,
Day for Louis Kelly. The group admission, tickets can be pur- I flower show in June. Lloyd Bass, 210 Clark Building adjustable height. letter and/or
wright..: Mrs. E. T.. Pnx._ .Mrs.. A.
chased at the school, from the -- -- -.0--- -- ---a --- ---
delicious
sang to him and enjoyed a : I
C. Ellis and Mrs. C. Allwood.
A.
L. Walker
midnight supper. Guests PTA president, Rev. E. -

included Mr. and Mrs. Clarence and the treasurer, Henry Bry- District Demonstration Day I
ant Mrs. Perdue and Jackson. Marilyn Cox and Patricia Pellum
Jack- ,
DeS eMr. and Mrs. Frank '

Ttlr.son,and|Nfr.Mrs.and Henry Mrs. Bengard Amos DeSue, Mrs., B.Mrs.Jackson S. C., Price reporter., Principal; D. attended Day the with District Miss Ross Demonstration Satur-- COME IN! SEE HOW THE BIG M HAS GROW! ITS. 1957s Mercury in for 57 is .

day at the 4-H Club Park in Jack- bigger everyimportant
,
Irene Furgerson. Mrs. Leo De- Church News .
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Sue Jr. and Mrs. Nelson Ghent J Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church will sonville. dimensionThis
Qver 80 girls, parents, leaders ,

ancf agents came from neighboring year's Big M is not only
I. counties for the annual event .
bigger in dimension
every but

aea/on#/ af# Fontana different-at Village Fontana Resortis when making.in the various girls gave phases demonstration of home-- Bijgest sizeincrease. way formance up in, comfort power,, beauty and luxury., per .


everybody has fun! Patricia Pellum was in the dairy Yet the price is still competitive

Fishing is excellent in foods division-she demonstratedthe with many models in the low-price

I Fontana Lake and' field. "Most changed car_same
t making of cottage cheese
a
FQh fihO' f there's swimming! in.a fruit salad. popular price class"adds up to the

I ( new luxurious pool ia biggest value increase in America!
\4 season, craft making, Marilyn Cox, in the public .
dancing scenic speaking division. gave a speech S BIG.FAMILY BIG! Three is no crowd_
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square
; I tours, tennis, shuffle- entitled "I Pledge Allegiance to front or backin this biggerthanever -

FOPI9M! board horseback riding the Flag." Big M.

-plenty more to see Winners were not selected but \
NO OTHER CAR WILL SHARE THIS LOOK. TheMercury's
the work was evaluated. Miss '
-- and do in this sparkling (
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'A (. ; mountain air and Susan Christian from the State -i < exclusive Dream-Car

;;:: there's supervised.play Home Office in Tallahassee gave ii\dt; ,.,. ; Design is distinctive, unique,

m for children baby sit- the summary of the program in ,,I f lf1i' :'?'A:<1iH' t. trend-setting.. And this year

.. ters available. Have which she complimented the girls .' 7(% 4 Mercury IS packed with news_

the time of your life at very highly on their work and '-4V 1. you can get Quadri-Beam headWay

Fontana. WrIte or attitude. 1 : in size and lamps, exclusive Keyboard Con
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phone for reservations Peanuts :'/'..?' I
today folder.. Free color That old saying that one peanut ::>/:-'':/a.tt }"l-;' -. in the Montclair series, exclusive

leads to another is worth remem- power seat that "remembers," and

.. bering when peanuts are plentiful.The % i # Lt .still down in price mores! See all that's new at our

fOMTANA VILLAGE budget-wise homemaker can w." r-q.-p...'....IX,:. : l way showroom today!

RESORTALL use peanuts in a variety of ways. r> r4j

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cottage cheese me-half teaspoon 2575 ........ ..122"_:up 3*

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+\ I 'last,Mr.Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. and Mrs.. visited Berton Ruth Caruthersof Marr* j I II



S =:4... IWQ and :Mrs. Charles Mosely I

.., of Jacksonville were weekend

,\ \ 4 guests of the 'L. M. Normans. I

- ,i .,. ",..:.,. 4 Mrs. Albert Norman returned

.' V a, home last week from a Jacksonville -

1. .. hospital where she under- I

\J' # / went treatment. She is mufh _

better now. Mrs. Vernon Grif- ..-
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I What you see in this girl's ear is Sonotone's new pital.
IT'S WORN ENTIRELYIN Our revival closed Sunday night
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hearing aid complete.
THE EAR no cord, no extra "button." This after two weeks with preachingby

smallest Sonotone ever weighs only half an ounce, Bro. Artis Crews.. The ones for 57i
to be baptized are Mr. and Mrs Mercury
including smallest battery used in hearing aid. Bunk Wilkinson. Raymond and STRAIGHT CUrVE

Women, of course, cover"everything with their Elgin Wheeler, and Mrs. Bettie .

hairdos. On men,this amazing hearing aid is barely Mosely. DESIGI'I I

noticeable from any angle. Don't forget our Homecomingon with DREAM-CAR j4J

March 31. There will be din- r
You just have to see this new transistor master- .
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ner on the grounds and good .. .
search by --
: piece to believe it. Triumph of 25-year singing. Bring your singers and -
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: Sonotone engineers for hearing aid worn entirely give us a special. We hope all Don't, .miss the big television hit, 'THE ED SULLIVN. SHOW Sunday Evening, 8:00 to 9:00, Station WMBR-TV I Channel

r I in ear. our former preachers will be withus.

IMt IN, PHONE OR.WRITf./ flU WMONSTIATION-NO OIUSATICHSONOTOri Brci. Jim Strickland will

preach 11 a.m.the Homecoming sermonat M GRIFF MERCURY. MOTORS


Rev. E. C. Harvey has been t

conducting revival services at Court & Jefferson Sts. Phone 447

1012 Greenleaf Buildinj, Jacksonville Pickettville Baptist Church" in Starke, Fla. ',.
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1137'n1V1

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..... yy. y..1 Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wigginsand daughter visited friends in Katie Ta Appear NOTICE OP IHTEJJTIO TO NOTICE APPEAR for annulment and restoration! 1957; otherwise the tUeratloBi Of
daughter Marie. Douglas Gainesville.Mr. To: Clifton Charlie Jackson, REGISTER FlCrmOCS SAME In Clmlt Conrt. Bradford County, of former name has been filed said Compalnt will be ,eke *s
whose residence and Address is: Notice Is' "
hereby given that the Florida In '
Chancery- against in the above named confessed by youThis
Davis and Mrs. Eve Runge aD and Mrs. Ollie Pick and Unknown. undersigned under you
the provisions
HAMPTON Dolores Regan, Plaintiff, vs Frfcn- Court and cause and you are required notice shall be publishedonce
visitors in You are hereby notified that a ot Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida. cis Defendant. week for four
of Jacksonville, were Sunday din- family were weekend Regan to serve a copy of your an- each consecntit
suit for divorce Acts of 1541.; will register with the Case No. 10-2377 weeks in the Bradford County Tel,
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs Geor- Tampa. has been filed against you in the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and Jf.tlee T. Appears swer or pleading to the complaint graph
B/, Mrs. D. E. 1H11 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lamoreeand above named Court and cause and for Bradford County, Florida uponecelpt on the Plaintiffs Attorney I
Williams of Hampton.Mr. .
ge you are required to serve a copy of of proof of publication of To: Francis Begs, SrEoM (tile Lloyd Bass 210 Clark Building I Dated this t day of March, 1J5J.
.AAAAA&&A&&A&AAA. and Mrs. J. T. Blantonand family of Kingston N. Y. your answer or pleading to the com- his notice the fictitious name ofW.R.G.R. deuce is Millington. Tenn. and Jacksonville 2,. Floridaand I(OFFICIAL SEAL)
whose address is AT/2C, JLT.B. Charles A. Darby.
plaint OB the plaintiffs Attorney Radio under which
children of Tampa were arrived Thursday last week fora we
School. Naval Air MTllington Clerk of the Circuit
Alfred C. Scott. 106 Smith BuildIng are engaged in businness at 945 N. Station, file the original in the office of Court
-'taelntoehes Mrs. Crews weekend visitors in Homptonwith visit with Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Jacksonville. 2. Florida Temple Ave., Starke, Florida. That Tennessee. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on By Marian L. Croaby'Depu., CUrk.
i.IODorrd At Dinners Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon Rhoden. and family near HampI and file the original the office of the owners in said business are: You are hereby notlfU-d that a suit or before the 15 day of April 3/15 4t 4/5
I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Alfred H. Temple, 945 N. Temple
.
Miss Betty Durling was hostesst and family. The Saxons returned ton.Mrs. before the > Ave... tar1Ce-. Fia. -
a dinner party at her home to Tampa with them on Sun- Mamie Meade received 8th day of April. 1957: Alma Horn Temple, 945 N. Temple
otherwise the allegation* of said. Ave., Starke Fla. -r
'aturday evening, March 16, honing day to spend the day. word this week that her granddaughter Complaint will be taken as. con Rudolph M. Chamberlin, 945 N.

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mac- ,Mrs. Mae Sweeney and Earl Mrs. T. A. Buchanan, eased by you. Temple Ave.. Starke, Fla. / vAf .. ,
itosh on their anniversary, and Matchett of Gainesville spent the former Gladys Hicks of Or- This notice shall be published Dorothy L. Chamberlin, 945 N. '\
once each week for four consecutive Temple Ave.. Starke Fla.
frs. Marion Crews on her birthy. Wednesday of last week visiting lando, has moved to Rosamond weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Each having U interest.
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friends and relatives in Hampton Calif. Mrs. Mead had attendedher graph. Dated this 13th day of March A.
Dated .this 6th day of March; D.1957 at Starke, Pradford County ....M
Present with the honor guestswere :. and attended prayer meeting at wedding recently in Orlando. 1957. Florida
: Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon Hampton Christian Church Wed- 'Mr. and Mp Vernon Slade Jr. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Cart 3154t 4/5 I WAY ,
I. Clerk of the Cn-ruit Court
Mrs. Ethel Tid- evening. and daughter, Lynn, were weekend Clerk -
and family, nesday By Marian L. Crosby Deputy -
welL Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon Frank Brown, who has completed guests at the home of his I 3/8 4t 3//' NOTICEWarning ( : 'f rjt I I4't

and daughter of Eau Gallic, who basic training at Fort parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Delinquent: To All Taxes Persona To Show Who Cause Owe

spent the weekend in Hampton Jackson S. C., was to leave today Slade, in Hampton. NOTICE TO APPEAR In The CI""JU Court of The E1JthtiaJudlt'I.1
| Circuit Court Bradford CentyFloridai Circuit In And For Bradford '
a < tR
and with Mrs. Brown for Colorado HER
Marion Crews
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Dyal, son of Mr. and la Chaneerr. County, Florida.
daughter of Raiford, Mr. and Springs, Colo., where he will Mrs. Dave Dyal, is confined tot Lucy Dorothy Patterson, Plaintiff, Bradford County, a political sub- t yx ,. Ir f fHEART.

Mrs. J. T. Blanton and family of report March 29, for work with the Bradford County Hospital in \'s. Thomas P. Patterson. Case No.Defendant.10-2072 division of the State of Florida. n, -
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Plaintiff, vs. Certain Hands In .
Tampa weekend guests of the the finance department of the II Starke.Mr. lotlce To Appear Bradford County, Florida, against \

W. A. saxons, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Army. While home on furloughthis and Mrs. Wesley Griffin residence To: Thomas is P.Wyandanch Patterson,, whose Long i dant.which taxes are delinquent, Defen i

Rahme. and their weekend week at the home of his and daughter were Gainesville Island, New York, and whose address THE STATE OF FLORIDATO Ni'

guests, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Starrof I mother, Mrs. T. F. Brown he shoppers on Saturday.Mr. Island,is:New Box York.777. Wyandanch Long ALL PERSONS, FIRMS: inter-OR .,rt
CORPORATIONS, having any
Miami, and Miss Durling. was honored at Sunday dinner and Mrs. Joe Forsyth, and You are hereby notified. that a est in or lien upon any of the lands e ,
Mrs. H. L. Owenbyof suit fo: divorce described In this Notice and in the
WMU Studies Home Mission with Mr. and Mrs. Ina Knight and son spent has been filed against you in the : T
Complaint filed in the above cause
Mrs. Marvin Faile presented a Keystone Heights Mr. and the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. above named Court and ,cause and situate in Bradford County, Florida,

on home mission work Mrs. Emory Brown and son, Mrs. Otis Forsyth at Jacksonville you are required to serve to a the copy complaint of- to-wit: tmac..,;
program your answer or pleading
The Southeast Quarter (SE%) of ,1
among Jews and Negroes at the T. F. Brown, and Mr. and Mrs. Beach. on the Plaintiffs Attorney the Southeast Quarter (SE%) Section -
H. C. Baldwin P, O. Box 104 I
regular meeting of Hampton Frank Brown present. Howard M. Hill of Holly, Mich, Gainesville, Floridaand Sixteen (16), Township Six .' '
(6) South, Range Twenty, (20) .
Baptist WMU at the church on Mr. and Mrs. Otis Forsyth and and Mrs. Gene Clouse and daugh- file the original In the office ot 1::&lit. A't'
of Circuit Court on
the Clerk the
Thursday evening, March 14. children of Jacksonville Beach ters of Bradenton visited from or before the YOU ARE REQUIRED to appear i I

Refreshments of cold drinks visited with her sister-in-law, Thursday to Saturday last week otherwise 8th day of the April allegations 1957: of said and or show before cause April before 1, A.this D.courton 195whv I

and cookies were served to sev- Mrs. Leaston Forsyth, and Mr. with the D. E. Hill family in Complaint will te taken as confess- the fee simple title to said
en members and three visitors. and Mrs. W. W. Hammond Sun- I Hampton. d by you. lands should not be by said court .
decreed be vested in said
This notice shall be publishedonce to county:
following the business meeting day afternoon. Other visitors Vernon Forsyth, who has been each week for four consecutive free and clear of q.11 liens and # -
"nd program. were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Searleof working in. Panama City, spent weeks In the Bradford County Tele claims' every kind and such fee ? 'f. / i UV
graph simple; title in said county to be __ ; .
Members of the WMU met for Crystal Lake, and Mr. and last weekend in Hampton with Dated this 6th day of March forever quieted and confirmed and f' t AI

covered dish and Week Mrs. Bruce Roark and children.Mr. his wife, who has been staying 1957. set |nt rest against any and all
supper I OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby claims on the part of each and I
i Prayer program at the churchThursday and Mrs. Leonard Melton with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clerk of the Circuit Court everyone of you; and you are t ... =

a evening, March 7. and children of St Mary's Ga., H. F. Jones. I By Marian I* Crosby, Deputy 3/8 4t Clerk 3/-9 warned date that a on final and after decree,the will aforesaid be- -'- --

he program was presented by spent last weekend with his par- Mrs. Otis Allen and daughterof sought.IT \
devotionalby ents Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Melton, NOTICE TO APPEARla IS ORDERED that this notice
Mrs. Don Hill with Palatka visited in Hampton
Circuit Court, Bradford County tie publshed one time in the Brad-
Mrs. C. L. Cooper. president near Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Friday with the Vernon Slades. Florida la Cham-err. ford County Telegraph a newspaper a t
Glenn Thomas and family from Monteen Montgomery, Plaintiff, vs. o! general circulation published In
Members of the Hampton .Baptist James Montgomery. Defendant. Bradford County, Florida. kIda _ _-
YWA met Monday eveninglast near Waldo, spent Saturday nightat Case No. 10-2071 WITNESS my hand and official : /
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week at the home of Mrs. the Meltons, Mrs. Thomas' Notice Ta Appeart seal this 11th day of March, A. D.

Marvin Faile. Nell Williams parents. Sunday visitors at the address To: James is: Pier:Montgomery 4, 4-32364H, whose H. M. Charles 1957. A. Darby, /

presented the program, and refreshments Meltons were :Mrs. Annie Ward C. S. Labrador, Halifax, N. S., Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
were served followingthe Oscar Melton and Mrs. James Canada. for Bradford County, Forida. I
YQU are hereby notified that 8 It 3/15
meeting. Maxie, all of Waldo. suit for divorce and restorationof sr 1
CALL FOR BIDS
former name
Yentunal Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Mar- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
= OURSOIOURTHSoil In the
has been filed against you
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Lee Peep- vin Faile and daughters, Miss : above named Court and cause and the Board of County Commissionersof
}Mrs. J. W. you are required to serve a copy of Bradford County. Florida will
last week Clarinell Cooper,
Ins and family spent your answer or pleading to the rf'ceheFealed bids for the sale of
end in Stewart, Miss Home, Mrs. .Betty May andREDS Conservation mplaint. on the Plaintiffs Attorney 12, 18 and :24 inch reinforced con- '." -""-
crete pipe to said :Board until 10:00 '
Ralph Roberts 202 Professional .
-N-E-W-S- Building, Jacksonville 2 Florida o'clock A. ".'1., Apri11,19ai: at whichtime p; ,, : ,"C' I "'l,, a cool, all-electric kitchen!'
toe all bids will be opened. No -
and file the original in officeof --- t
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the Clerk of the Circuit Court on specifications will be published
r ) By Bill Haas or before the other than the following instruc-
$ 8th day of April, 1957; tions to bidders.
!l I Soil Conservation Service otherwise the allegations of salt The bids submitted shall include Here's the coolest possible niche ivuii/iiiaiKiu for hot And while )ou're pluming-Include

l e Complaint will be taken at confessed cost of delivery of said pipe to the summer days ahead: __ the many other electric helper that
I I County barn in Florida.
by Starke '
you.
HUND electric heat into the .. male work wier-another trtfrigeratorfreezerfull
This notice shall be published The bidder shall agree to furnish range-all goes cooking. way
A tmefi each week for four consecutive pipe at the bid price to said Board 1# Ilfl cooler.
request for a complete soil ] -_. _. ft J
freezer .d in 411td
weeks In the BRADFORD COUNT for a period of 12 calendar months anhges
of aetails are! mana.goo! and economic- and water conservation farm plan I TELEGRAPH. from April 1, 1957. subject to rea- .pa<<- 8\'ing unit... Talk over youilitcnea plans with yow
was made by W. J. Studstill Dated this 5th day of :March sonable market fluctuations.
I' ally attended that hly> a trained and his on ,1957. The Board of County Commis- e Mater hratirWic the walrr-nnt the hniite ELECTRIC APPLIANCE DEALER.
place
south
of fctarke. OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darbj sioners reserves the right to reject
careful organizatio 11:: can attend when I We were discussing the different Clerk of the Circuit Court any or all bids.
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By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk This 12th of A. D.
day March
the f serving is at .
urgent n or types of pasture passes when 3/8 4t 3/29:! 1957. fi\

hand. JiB remarked that he felt that ----- Charles A. Darby, FLORIDA POW E \{ S LIGHT COMPANY
Pensacola Bahia I In the Court of the County Judge, Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
grass is the best I Bradford County, Florida for Bradford County, Forlda.I .
I
all around pasture today. He ': In Probate. !I 3/15 2t ;/2% .... .
--- said: "It I In; re: Estate of Horace John
greens up early in the
DeWITTPhone C. JONESStarke Foster akaH. Potter dtctased.!
spring and stays late in the fall." To All Creditors and Person
1 Fla.Ambulance. llatlnjr Claim or Ilemaad
___,_
The Bradford Soil Conservation I Again Said Etttate
You and each or you are hereby
funeral Directoi Service District has got. a new fertilizer notified and required to presentany r '

spreader. The old spreader lasted claim and demands which .
tiur local funeral home nat h;;:*,. u* to otter convenience and you, or either of you, may have -
seven years. With good care from i against the estate of Horace John '
trvices not fli l JiftrwUe available. who .Foster, a/k/a H. Foster deceased, :
you people, use it, and whose A
late of said County, to the County
-.-.. ..f..nf,I 11- # I I. # money bought it, the new spreader ,Judge of Pradford County, Florida Jfewfflghin
I should last as long if not longer at his office in the court house of
w,. ruroun the highest' typ e cervle at lowest price, and than the old one. All the equip- said within County eight calendar at Starke months, Florida from .

.ccpt ANT life insurance ollcy in force. toned by ANT ment the District has under it's the time of the first publication of

company as payment In part or la full on a funeral. supervision was bought with this notice. Each claim or demand
shall be in writing and shall state
Con uiL"Uor .&i rte. no obligation.4Drawer. money. So when you carelessly the place of residence and post

I tear up a piece of equipment you shall office be address worn of to the by claimant the claimant, and, I I Wmnaiice: ..

are just wasting your own money. his agent, or attorney, and any '
I such claim or demand not so filed _
shall be void.
Jack Jones .
of Lawtey was discussing -! JULIETTA FOSTER

pasture grasses the other As executrix of the Last
day when he said "I have tried I Will and Testament of f
Horace
John Foster a/k/a
them all and still think Pensacola H. Foster, deceased.

/0L'g Bahia is the best grass for a little 3/1 4t 3/%%

1 man. Willie Pensacola Reddish pasture.also plantedsome Phillips 66 Announces


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SU.SPEN Bradford County, states that .
0f lot of folks have been
asking a- ,
UP TO
bout an orange colored powder

i showing up on their pine trees. He

; fl LE I says this is Fusiform Rust which .

I| attacks, both Slash and Loblolly $40 E75% # I

I Pines. H\ tends to deform the tree I $

$46.50 I rather than kill it. I I. trade on fO" old TV .


I came upon E. L. Crawford .

Letter sz. bedding-up his Ian to plant, and I

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NEW with the large amount of organic .
BRAND
material he turned under. He lit- 7'- for Honda

I up a smoke, leaned on the tractor

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trouble, and my land is in a lot ,

better shape. .
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L that Swivels! -

Howard Bissland, biologist with -. .

Soil Conservation Service says : .
Florida has 2102 managed farm .1 ;:
t." 0o .. .. .,
a fish ponds. They are owned by ..?I..(;>;.""x ,:>I tt;.> '"ok'" ': J. ., ........
cooperators of Florida's 59 Soil .-'t 1"BRAND" -..- --
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FRIDAY MARCH 22, 1957 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH., STARKE, FLORIDA ._ .
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Lutheran Services yyyyyyyyyTT yyyyft mm

1t 122. E. Washington St. County Students jBlanding GuardIs

Prepare To Vie ComplimentedAfter
Regular services will be held

CHURCHES at 7:30, Sunday evening, at our By .Mrs. C. B. Nolan In Spelling Bees Inspection i

new location, 122 E. Washington &A&&AA &&A&&A A&&AA&_
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Street (near Walnut Street.) Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cannon and i'w National Guard Co. B of Camp
Spelling bee time is now under-
A series of lectures will be [family and Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Blanding was rated superior bf
way in all schools of the county.
Methodist Church !i Presbyterian Church given during the month of March,''Cannon Miss and daughter, Ginger and "'U"'A...w n DK. .I Boys and girls have been working Col. R. V. Link, battalion commander .

subject being, "The Lutheran Edith Copeland had Sunday Wherein March hard to win their local school after undergoing teck
arrives
Sunday Schedule: Friday-Adult Choir practice, dinner with Rev. and Mrs. L. with soda and boil several minutes. a
Church and The Bible." Don't wind and promise, of snow. I am 1 Rinse matches and be eligible to compete nical inspection Monday night.
9:45: Church -school. 8 p. m. E. Jones and family in JacksonMAXVILLE & dry. Rub ice on a splinterin
11-Morning worship "What Sunday-Church school, 9:45; miss these interesting discus- vi le. m with old fashioned flu for some i the flesh, then you can remove in the finals on March 22 Three new recruits joined the

Judas Teaches Us," third in a morning worship, "How God sions. Friends of Mrs. Sarah Jane time.March almost"without pain. Mix-crumbled in the Starke Elementary School company Monday leaving tee unit

series of sermons leading up to Guides Us," 11 a. m.; youth fellowships The Rev. A. F. Gerbhardt, pas Griffis will be glad to learn that wouldn't be March. bacon with peanut butter fora cafetorium at 7:30 p. m. only 11 men short of its authorized
Easter. 6 p. m.; evening wor- tor of the First Lutheran Church her condition is improving.Mr. Without winds high and low-i\ different sandwich. I Competing in the finals will be enlisted strength. Prt

5:45: -Recreation time for ship "The Two Houses," 7:30p. of Gainesville, will. conduct theservices. and Mrs. Franklin Higgin- Some warm sunny days,I This is Lent and we Protestants two representatives each from Walter Jennings, who joined the

MYF. m. botham and family of Jacksonville Some cloudy witlsnow.. I observe it with prayer and a the schools of Hampton Lawtey, company recently is, particlpaUq-

6:15: -"Dine-A-Mite" for MYF. Tuesday-Women of the church All persons without a Home Mr. and *s. Johnny Faulk It's hard to predict certain amount of fasting. Hereis Brooker, ,Starke Elementary, and in six months active duty training

6:45-Worship: and business meet at 8 p. m. church are invited to attend. of Hazelhurst, Ga., and Mrs. What tomorrow bring. -macaroni and boiled egg BHS Junior High School. at the small arms school at

meeting for intermediate and I Thursday-Junior Choir prac- Faulk's sister of Macon, Ga. were As March runs the may gamutOf dish: The winner of this match will Aberdeen, Md.
senior MYF.7:30evening. tice, 3:30 p. m.; Cub Pack meet supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. be declared the champion spellerof -
St. Edward's winter and
worship service. ing, 7 p. m. Church Doss Higginbotham Saturday -Mart Spring.I E IEGGARONI"I I Bradford County and will com- will receive: a set of 'the WorW

Tuesday 9:30: WSCS prayer Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. night Here today it is windy and Apgar cold. pete in the regional North Florida Book encyclopedia and a trip t.
group. Holy day masses, 6:30: a, m. and Members of the Washington to compete in tha
At The Tabernacle Long Branch It was snowing when I got up flour. Add 2 cups of milk and cook Spelling Match to be held in
1 Wednesday Prayer meeting 8:30 national finals.
a. m.Children's Baptist Church
will hold
Jacksonville
cottage this morning, but now at 1 o'clock until thickened. Add 4 to 6 hard Saturday night
7:30; Board of Education, 8:15. Catechism Class each prayer There is no admission charge,
I Rev. John Margene, pastor of meeting services at the the snow has melted. Don boiled eggs quartered. If liked, 2
Thursday-Youth choir rehearsal, the Fellowship Baptist Church, Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence sickwith flu but,went out was teaspoons of minced onion and 1 April 13. If he should win the and the public is invited to the

6:30: ; Chancel choir rehearsal. Jacksonville, brought the mess- Keystone Height Knight on Friday night, March I this funeral today. I he does on tsp. horseradish. Add 2 cups cook- North Florida championship he county match. It is hoped that a
hope
730. ages last week at the Gospel (At St. William's Chapel) 22, at 7:30: p.m. ed macaroni you everyone. large number will attend in orderto
have salt Mix
not a back set. I have been pepper.
The morning worship service (Follow Hiway 21 south to St.William's We LOVE the contestants
give
Tabernacle, and special music was regret to hear that Mrs. well young encouragement
ill Sprinkle with cheese.It .
with flu and grated
have been out
station
will be broadcast over provided by his talented family. Sign.) Sidney Harris and both of her|very little since Wednesday. It is ready to eat. Can be bakeda LURA and support.ALVAREZ' .
WDVH, Gainesville. This Sunday the Tabernacle Sunday Mass_8 a. m. daughters, Edith and Bonnie, are bit.
was the old fashioned kind, start-
group will have the privilege of Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. ill and confined to bed. j
CHURCH UP GOD ing with a violent hacking cough This time of year we in 'the Men's Clothing
Confessions before all Massea. A. J. Harper able to
was
hearing one of the Christian Business returnto STORE I
Morning Then got a high fever with north to restless and
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Men's Committee members, work this week after several severe begin get II Established 1894
Worship. 11 a. m. Sunday HAMPTON days illness. headache. As yet it has not got long for a change: So many of us
'which body will be in session at
Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPEService ,Park-of-the-Plams over the week- CHRISTIAN CHURCII Little Ronnie Cannon, son of into my head. I could stay in and us get ill from not having sun
7:45 m. take care of myself. Don has had and fresh air as needed.
Wednesday, p. February
end. The public is invited. Christian Endeavor, Friday, 7:30p. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cannon, is ill
Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45: p. m.LAWTCT m. Bible Study, Wednesday, at his home here. to be outside a lot so it is in his I was below. zero here so much. Chiropractic For Arthritis
nose too. Poor Don. However, as Spring ,
nears
we
t 7:30: p. m. Sunday Morning Worship Beginning Sunday, April 7 the I
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. 11 a. m. Evening Worship, Long Branch Baptist Church, will Was happy to have so many re- ;wonder if this is going to be Yes Chiropractic care has proven very effective in

Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Serv Raymond d. MacBlaln 7:30 p. m. Bible School, 10 a. m. hold a revival. The public is in- quests for my quilt pattern. I : another dry year. We have had many cases of arthritis. Chiropractic care removes the

ice Saturday, 7:30 p. m. Services at St. Mark's Episcopal \1 ted. |have learned of several new .some snow but the wind blows so cause instead "of covering up the symptoms.

Church will be as follows: IUZ GSLEY LAKE Mrs. J. C. Nolan is able to friends and made me so happy. I I the moisture is soon gone. With Below Is Such A Case

BETHEL Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Church MISSIONARY BAPTIST |be out again after several days hope they will continue to writeto II me, each spring brings hope. As Woman, aged 72 was overweight and suffered with
BAPTIST CHURCH School 9:45 a.m. MornIng Sunday the
illness last sending pat-
School and Adult Class; 11 ajn. week.
Sunday school 10 a. m. Preaching 11 tern. Now as I hang out the washing I painful swollen joints. Patient complained of being
Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 Worship a.m. Evening I Mr. and Mrs: George Johnsonand I I have a cute new
i services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. p.m.Y.. P. S. L. Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meetinf family of Jacksonville visited waist apron that, is easy made. sing of summer and glad things. tired and irritable most all the time. Unde Chiropractic

,Song service 7:30 p. m.Rev.. Wednesday: TEn p.m Litany I each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham Be glad to send the pattern to The little wrens come back tc care for several months, this patient's symptoms

R. L. Lee, pastor. and Meditation; 8 p.m. Chor welcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott, Sunday night. anyone who writes. nest. The robins nest and sing have been reduced about 80%.

HEILBRONT MISSIONARY Practice. pastor."W Mrs. B. H. Higginbotham and Last night was choir practiceand the and hop about I sit out under For Further Information, Phone 108
Holy Communion: 1st Sunday Merle Higginbotham Easter patio, feel happy and thank-
I BAPTIST CHURCH were our Cantata, but of
3 Blocks North of Post Office
ful to be alive.I .
11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 a. m. CHURCH Of CHRIST business visitors in Jacksonville. course I was not able to go.
10 MornIng
Sunday School, a. m. C. L Overturf Jr., Minister planned to clean the attic
awaits everyone. Monday. I wish you could see Digger. BO'LLINGER
11 Evening
Worship. a. m. H. G. CHIROPRACTOR
Sunday -- Bible Study 10 a. m. Miss Shirley Higginbothara When I was so ill and crying with this week, but now I shall wait ,
Worship, 7:30, p. m. Training
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Morning Worship 11 a. m. Eve- spent from last headache he until I feel better.
M Union (Sundays) 6:30: p. m. MidWeek Wednesday: my stayed by my bed Finished piec- 426 N. Walnut St.Designed .
Prayer Meeting, Wednesdays Corner Call & Christian StreetsJ. ning Worship 7:30: p. m. t through Saturday as guest of and when I made a noise he was ing my quilt and have it put away -
f E. Sherwood, Pastor Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 her brother and Mr. to until
7:30 p. m. Rev. S- F. sister-in-law up see what was the matter.I } next December when I
Beard p. m. and Mrs. Franklin Higginbotham am sure he worried. A dog is shall quilt it. I have started to
pastor. Sunday School-10 a. m. Radio ......
progralr'"Old Paths"each ..
and family in Jacksonville. a good pal. Especially a small dog applique another to work on this _
I Lord's supper-11:15 a. m. Sunday 9 a. m. Station Mra Johnny Norton of Jacksonville that one can have in the house summer. :;..P"i"- y.. .;:- ,
Preaching services-11:20 a. m. WDVH.
spent the weekend with Digger is grey in fact''' white around We have been busy with funerals -
7
and p. m. her son-in-law and daughter, the mouth and eyes. He six, another to "
one right :
upon
Junior Choir practice-r-6 m.
COLONIAL p. SEVEN1 DAYADVENMST .,
Mr. and Mrs. Leon .
Harris and cannot '
see so well anymore, but They survive the winter but weak I .
Wednesday.
Ladies Council meets first and CHURCH family. he does have a lot of spirit. It in spring. We also buried the : dollars !
V third Tuesdays at 8 m. Services each Sabbath In the Di-Sgt. H. R. Kilgore spent the makes me feel bad to know he is young girl who was killed in the : save, your ;
p. home of S. N. Brown from
FLORISTPHONE across weekend with his family and -'
getting old and does not have '
auto wreck. K?
invited to all ,
Everybody ser ... frwj,
Bethel Baptist Church east of returned to "vt X.-. .
Tyndal Air Force ?
vices. over four or five more years to Bye now, dear ones. God bless -
Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m base Sunday afternoon.On live. I have tried to take g
Chevrolet
218 HIGHLAND Bible Study each Wednesday,, Sunday. night, April 17, a care of him. He is ten years I New
7:30 p. m.-Arden Mote, pastor. religious film will be shoat this oodFRIGIDAIRE I
ApriL Dogs are really
BAPTIST CHURCH
the Maxville Baptist Church gent. I find Digger is. Task.Force 57
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Sunday School 9:45 a. -m.CIDiISTIAN CHURCH entitled "Seconds 'til Midnight." HELPFUL HINTS: To take
11 and Rev. J. E. Sherwood, Pastor The public is cordially invited,
Morning Worship, a. m. the fish smell from a frying pan THE BEST-KNOWN
I each Bible School, 9:45: "a. m. Morning Mr. and DIr t Arthur Wilkinson Trucks
7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting pit water in it, add a teaspoon of
FLO.WERSFor NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev. Worship, 11 ,a. m. Youth of Jacksonville visited Mr.. '
AU Occasions George Chism pastor. Everybodywelcome. Church, 6:30 p. m. All young and Mrs. J. C. Nolan and family down. Her mother, Mrs. H. R.
people invited.WOODLAWN. last Tuesday night. Kilgore accompanied her there RANGES rssesis--.rr+r-----e

DISH GARDENS Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harris and and Mrs. Evelyn L. Stack. Max WATER HEATERSAIR

CHURCH OF CHRISTC. MISSIONARY family and Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson ville School principal also at CONDITIONERS

POTTED PLANTS L Overturf Jr.. Minister BAPTIST CHURCH of Jacksonville visited Mr. tended. WASHERS & DRYERS THE ONLYTWICEPROVED
Sunday Sunday School. 10 10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. and Mrs. J. C. Nolan and family The Maxville Home Demonstration
POTTERY preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:4S prayer last Club "met Tuesday at the
Wednesday afternoon.
a. m., morning service, 11 a. m., ..
Flowers WiredAnywhere evening service 6:30: p. m. service, 7 o'clock song services Eleanor Johnson and Georgia Maxville Civic Club to "judge Get The Best For Less

Wednesday -IBible) study, 7:30p. Johnson of Jacksonville spent their handmades. Mrs. Nellie AtSmith's

m. NORTH SIDE Saturday night and Sunday with Mills, Home Demonstration Agent,
BAPTIST CIIURCII their uncle and aunt Mr. and met with them. Mrs. D. L. Mc- .' NEW TRUCKS
Radio Program Station Sunday School, 10 a. m. Mbrn- Mrs. H. R. Kilgore and family. Fherson was chosen as a beginner Garase
Nona St. Starke WRGR. Sunday, 8:30 9 a. m., ing Worship 11 a. m. Tranin'The
and Mrs.
g Clifton Nolan and Mrs. Hattie H. 'R. Kilgore as I and
Economy proved performance proved
Subject for the month, Union, 6:30 Worship I
p. m. Evening Nolan were business 'visitors in advanced seamstress, and will *
the world-famous GM Ground
on Proving
Bible. 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Jacksonville Monday. represent the Maxville Club at the Sales and Service
Wednesday,. 7:30 p. m. Everyone The Maxville PTA met last County Dress Revue to be held in We Service AH Makes of and on the Alcan Highway to Alaska

welcome.-. E. C. Harvey pastor .Wednesday. March 13. A discus April. All ladies who have made Electrical Appliances

I I sion was held by the principal,,)dresses can model them in the 606 N. Temple Ave. 2. Already proved in the hands of nearly
NEW RIVER
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. Evelyn L. Stack, on the)dress revenue which will held at PHONE 120 100,000 owners I
advantages and disadvantages of the Seminole Hotel in Jacksonville

FLA. Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship a Grade- 1 through 6 elementary on April 30.

Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Service school. Plans are being made to .

7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each hold a night meeting in April, -- rrerrtomHere's

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor Wednesday, 7-:30 p. m. Everyone so the fathers can attend.

'elrome.L.. L. Parker, pastor. Mr. and Mrs. William Padgett the hardest working
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town and son have moved into a new \

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 GRAHAM home here in Maxville. pickup of the year!

| BAPTIST CIIURCII Mr. and Mrs. Charles Griffin of
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn Jacksonville visited Sunday with r From smart new grille to grain-tight tailgate -

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. ing Worship 11 a. m. Training Mr. and Mrs. Leon Harris. r.III Chevrolet offeYs the most modem

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Wor Mr. and :Mrs. Lyle Schmehls pickup of all! Flat-tedged side panels

ship. 7:30 p. m.Rev.. W. O and daughter of Jacksonville on the pickup box make for easier f
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Collins Sr., ,I
pastor.
spent the weekend with Mr. and side loading. And there are no 9

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Mrs. Buford Higginbotham and t wheel housing bulges in the body to

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. LATTER DAY SAINTS family.We are sorry to learn that I take up valuable load space. You

Services each Sunday in old Mrs. Henry Griffis has been I get concealed Safety Steps, panoramic -

... Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday seriously ill at her home here. visibility, High-level ventilation

r-., .... .......... ,.,.,...., -,.. ...- ,"" 1 ,. ,,, "" Service School 6-:30 1" a. m. Sacrament wel Simeon Phillips, who ta" confined You get all the latest cab
: p. m. Everyone comfort and
features
to Bradford County Hos- safety !

come. pital is improving now from a

Madison Street Baptist ChurchPresently PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS sudden change for the worse last

Saturday. '
CHURCH
Ruby Higginbotham, who has 40 I
( and Grand Sts. Sunday School, 10 a. Morning
Meeting Washington ) m.; been confined to Bradford Hos- .ny I I't
Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic
pital for a month, isn't getting
Good Singing Forceful PreachingSunday services, 7:30 p. m. along too welL We ,hope he will I

Wednesday Prayer ,Meeting. soon feel better.
7:30 p. m. p.I ? ;4.' I Qii.ws.RliA4l..ni.,
School ____ ___________________ 9:45 A.M. Little Johnie Higginbotham,I z J.: S. .E

Morning Worship ___ ___________________11:00 A.M. I CHURCH OF CHRIST son of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham -
,_ has been sufferingfor N"Y Y

Training Union ____ __________________ 6:15 P.M. I C. L 635 Oerturf MacMahan Jr., Minister St. infection.several days with an ear 'W

Evening Worship -____ _________________ 7:30 P.M. Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. Mrs. Nora Bell Green daughter RCA Victor I...: ..J. This, console T1t
Prayer Services & Business Meeting, Wed. 7:30 P.M. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening of Mrs. Dora Byrd was swivels-"aims" both picture and soundin

Worship 6:30: p.m. operated on Tuesday morning at any direction! 261 sq.in.of viewable

Come And Bring The Children .-= Room For All Wednesday Bible study 7:30 the Baptist Memorial Hospitalin "Living; Image" picture. Balanced fidelity -

p.m. Jacksonville.Mrs. Sound. Illuminated tuning dial
A CHRISTIAN WELCOME AWAITS YOU!
Alma Anders, Mrs. Heater Mahogany grained walnut grainec

REV. I. E. ENLOW. Pastor EVERGREEN! Hicks, and Mrs.. Helen Shufordof limed oak grained (extra.) finishe:
BAPTIST CHURCH -
r P. T. Nolin, Supt. Sunday SchooiDon't Lawtey were guests of,, Mr. Model 21T738. _
Sunday School 10
a. m. Preaching
and Mrs.
Dan Parrish last Thurs
11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. Other Models From $295'95

m. Preaching 7:3 p. m. PrayerMeeting dayMrs Sidney Bell Hall and' her For modern features you can be sure of

Wednesday 7:30 p. m. grandson Carter of Jacksonville
Randy
Miss Pastor's Sermon Sunday Night S P. M.
I
were guests of Mrs. I Gel
QUARTET a hew

"The truth about the tragic Deathof Favorite Melody TO SINGThe Quartetof Hattie Mrs. Hattie Nolan Monday Nolan and evening.Mrs. C. [

Knoxville, Tenn. will presenta B. Nolan and son. ,Bobby were ChevroletBiggest
President program of spiritual music at business visitors in Green Cove TV ServiceAll
Philipino Magsaysay the Bayliss. Highway BaptistChurch Springs last Tuesday and also
on March'2t
Sunday, ,
Sellers.
stopped to visit relatives cud Biggest Savers
beginning at-2:30:
p.m.
friends enroute home.
First Church Hampton Everyone is invited
Baptist noted male quartet. to hear this Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Smith
and family of Jacksonville visited
All Work Free Estimates
Sunday with :Mrs. Hattie Nolan. -
Sunday School 10 A M. B.T.U. 7 P. M.

Morning Service11 A 1\1. "Churches on Crutches" Little Rex'Wilkinson, son of Fully Equipped DependableAll
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson, broke
"Hour of Power" Wed. Night 8 o'clock his leg Sunday when a heavy Makes and Models Only franchise Chevrolet dealers display this :famous remark; !

"Crusade for Christ" -> WRUF object fell on it. .
Miss Mary Kilgore representedthe

Sat. 6:30.6:45 Maxville Spelling School Bee held at the.in District the CHAS.- C. SHEPHERD- See Your Authorized : '

...FIGHTS ALL COLDS
Jacksonville YWCA last Satur- TV Radio .- Seat Covers Upholstering
SYMPTOMS AT ONE TIME... Chevrolet Dealer :
MARVIN E. FAILE. Pastor. m LESS TIMES rrS THE day morning. We are proud that Phone 239 Starke, Fla. ..'... _/
Mary stood four rounds and was ;: -.t.: '. --;_-:
PROVEN COLDS MEDICINE |in sixth place when she went \ .

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Y Pet Show Slated Meeting Businessmen Of Christian Slated Couple Injured As Runaway Trailer BHS Musicians I Pay Fines Here i irl.I r Spelling Finals Suggs Brooker Wayne Junior Parrish.High: Joyce


Smashes Present ProgramAt Slated Starke Elementary: vfcky Dev-
For Park-of-Palms Into Auto On North 301 i: TonightWinners rick, Harriet Goodman. *'

For Benefit Of I .
-- -- -------- Rotary Club Bradford High School: Douglas
Park-of-thePalms. Central Florida's of the preliminary
Cruce. Richard
_ I Duggar. .
Bible Conference will be
_,- 11 ,1eI ) spelling contests in the various I Icounty's The winner of this match willcompete'
Red Cross DriveA host this weekend to the Christian Talented young musicians from
-- schools who will partici- in the regional :North
Businessmen's Committee of f, ,. I the BUS Band were heard at the i-
d .e I' pate in .the county finals in the Florida match in Jacksonville on
the Southeastern U. S. Sessions Rotary Club Wednesday in a variety ,

benefit Pet Show, with re- will begin at 1:30 p.m. on Friday program. Solo numberswere Starke elementary school cafe- April 13.

reiptto go for the current Red March 22, and continue presented by Archie Green torium tonight (Friday) at 7.30 The public is cordially invited.
will be held at
Cross fund drive through to a mass rally Sunday ._ trumpet; Mararet Ann Dinkins o'clock have been announced as There is no admission charge.
,
'he BHS stadium on Wednesday, _
afternoon at 3 p.m. oboe; and Harold Tyus bari follows:
March 27. Entries will close at
Prominent Christian laymenwill tone. They were accompanied by Hampton Junior Charles
High:
with to begint TIlE RIGHT
2 noon, judging POINT for the
speak at the various sessions 1 Charlene Hardy; who also playeda McCullough, John Farkas.
6:30: p.m. % way you write. Come in and select -
with special music provided by classical piano solo as special .Lawtey Junior
This event is being sponsoredy High: Geraldine your favorite ESTERBROOK
Edward Lyman, tenor soloist request. Griffin Vivian
Crawford.
the Starke Rotary Club with from Queens Village. N. Y. Sea- : Guy Andrews. chairman of the i Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH

H. Hatcher Jr. as 41 ,, 1'a.. .
laj. Harry Starke Centennial introduced "
sions are open to the public. ; :.: "
.
chairman. The entry fee is 50 ;> "' ." ,. '
Bob -- -- -- -- 'a
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I of the will occupy Carson representative of the L -
Many delegates
cents and a snack bar will beopt'n church pulpits in Northeast: \ '- Rogers Company who arrived ; !i1 1

the event, with all
dung here this -
week to -
Florida on Sunday morning guide celebra- -- USEDFURNITURE

proceeds benefit the Red Cross March 2-1. reassembling for the tion plans and stage the historical The payment of parking

Drive. closing conference rally Sunday pageant to be presented during I. fines was made easier lost

Maj. Hatcher stated that judg- afternoon at which time the Centennial Week May 5-11. week with the installationof

ing of pets will not be on joints John AND APPLIANCES
speakers will be Col. Jack Fainof A Torode chairman, des- these courtesy boxes atseveral
or best of breed, but will be basedon cribed plans for the Centennial
points
Atlanta Ga., and Daldo Yea- ---- around city. --
general appearance, and care historical booklet and asked for Here Police
get International Chairman of The smashed Cadillac in which a New Jersey couple was injured 1 Chief Ebb :
the owners. I 1 __.
and control of pets by CBMC, from Toledo Ohio. the support of the business and Thornton, and Officer Ben Frigidaire Refrigerator 109.95
He said that mongrel breeds are I Tuesday is! hooked onto the wrecker to be hauled away. professional people. Holtzendorf install one of
(Like New
especially invited. Maj. Harry H. Hatcher Jr. the Deboxes.. Persons receiving )
be to A New Jersey couple was in- roofing company. The front end -
The show will open pets Breakfast SparksCanvas appointed committees to handle parking tickets can
jured Tuesday when a "tar ket- of the Franklin's automobile was
of all types, including dogs, arrangements for the Rotary- insert the amount of the 1 Gas Range Apt. Size .
59.95
tle" trailer broke loose from a completely smashed in. ,
Of
HomesIn
horros, cows, steers, chickens, sponsored pet show on March 27. fine into the boxes insteadof ,
truck and crashed into their automobile Twe other also in- (Free Gas
cats turkeys birds, sheep, ducks, cars were having to find )
Red Cross DriveJames a policeman
and others. All animals must be on U. S. 301 about two : volved in the smashup with only
or take it to a drug
on leash or in cage. All pet miles north of Lawtey. minor damage. The two rear New Bank Begins store. 1 Full Size
Red Cross Gas
McCotter Range '.
The condition of the couple 69.95
owners of six years through high wheels of an ice cream truck -

school age are eligible to make field director for the Jacksonville I; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Franklin of. which was following the roofing Operating Here (Free Gas)
Naval Air Station addressed a
entries.' Hillside N. J., was listed as"good" truck were ripped open when Sheriff Releases
group of volunteers at a kick-off (Continued from 1))
A loving will be given at the Bradford County the truck ran over a part of the Page
cup .breakfast for the Starke residential !- 1 3 old
mo. Apt. Gas
the for the bestir Hospital. A hospital spokesmansaid trailer which was thrown in its Range 99.95
as grand prize I district in St. Marks institution he worked up to assistant 13 Boys To FBIThree 1

show. First, second and third that Mr. Franklin suffereda path. I cashier. Tn 1932: he he- (Repossessed Was $149.95 Free Gas)
j parish house Wednesday morning.Mrs. -------- ------ --- ---- --- --
place ribbons and merchandise fractured left ankle a lacera- |! The front fender of
right
J. M. Smith fund campaign under a came associated with the Divi- 16-year-old Connecticut
prizes will be awarded in eachf ted leg and lacerations behind the Franklin's sion of Banks of Ohio and in
car 3
travelling 2
seven catagories. chairman presided. the chin. Mrs. Franklin's injurieswere boys were turned over to the pc. Living Room Suites 19.95
1944 the treasury department upspring
car was damaged when It joined FBI by the sheriffs office Tues-
After the breakfast the volunteer listed as possible chest injuries ,
will be: Mr. and Mrs.
Judges Paul workers left to solicit mem- and a lacerated left knee. hit the rear end of the Franklin'sauto. becoming an internal reve- day to answer charges of trans ,
.
Jill Eb.:-rsole of Gainesville 1
Mullins berships in the residendial dis Both suffered multiple abrasionsand Clarence Jensen of New nue agent and later an agent porting a stolen automobile across Bed, and mattress complete 25.00
lutchins. Dr. R. S. ,
for the smaller War Plants Corp.
trict. I Jersey was driving this car. The ; state lines.
Jeorge Hugging and H. H. Hat- concussions.The i the Ohio district. I
for Columbus
Franklin's car. a 1955 Cadillac driver of the roofing truck was The boys were -listed as Gil-';
cher Jr., of Starke.As .
whenit I Thomas Edward Fleming of Later he became associatedwith MANY OTHER GOOD lllSED
north bert William
a special feature of the Goodman To Attend was traveling Jacksonville. the Department of Taxationof Kelly A. Johnson

show Mr. and Mrs. Ebersole will collided with the trailer which 1 Ohio which he held and Carl Musial. Sheriff P. D.

give a demonstration of obedience Dealers' Meeting' broke loose from a southbound j I I No charges were placed in the until coming to Florida position in Febru- Reddish said they admitted.steal FURNITURE BARGAINS

training, using eight of their. truck owned by a Jacksonville smashup. I I arv. 1956 to beein oreanizine the ing the car in Norfolk. Va.
-- - -
dogs. Seeber Goodman of Starke will '" The trio were taken into custo-

Owners may register their petsat join seven other Sinclair service Three Sentenced Poster Is Named Starke Boone bank.before coming to Starke dy in Starke last weekend by Officers HARRY C. ELROD FURN. CO.

McGriff G. E. Appliances station dealer on, March 27 in was assistant cashier of the Na- Riley Sweat and Perry Kite

corner Call and Walnut Sts. or Jacksonville for a two-day ,dealer After Wild Ride }For New Church tional Bank of Commerce in Jr. and Deputy Sheriff Fate 218 _

at the principal's office of the council meeting.F. I Jackson, Tenn. A graduate of Brown. After it was learned that Temple Ave. Phone 43

Starke Elementary School. Regi S. Isenhour Sinclair West the car was stolen they were
area and
I morning r-- I. Jackson High School "The Store of Personal Attention"
Sunday
tration blanks may be obtained manager stated that Goodman A Negro man Tennessee Business College he held for the federal agents.A .

at these places or the coupon has been selected to attend the in Reno drank a couple of beers.and has also served as deputy city 34-year-old man was with '" -. 1. ... -

below 'be and used climbed into an automobile ; ______ j : ir
may clipped : council as a result of his outstand- little later a recorder and city clerk of Jack- the trio when they were taken -- -

KNTRY BLANK ing record as a' Sinclair dealer. went to sleep. A been into custody but was released after -

Name of Owner: Purpose of the meeting is to get Negro girl, who alro had son.Boone is married to the former the officers verified his story
the same --
dealer opinion and reaction to, car drinking and ,sped climbed away into on a wild ride ; .. ,. Dorothy White of Starke, whomhe that he was merely a hitchhikerand Sell It Rent It Trade

---------------- -- the and had nothing to do with
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------------ advertising training activities which ended against a pine tree met in Tennessee. They have the

that the company pro- 16 east three children, Ben 8; Joyce 6 theft.

Age of Owner ________________ vides its dealers. Points to be. in a pasture off of SR
in and Betty Ann 2.
of Starke and resulted in $175 WITH A TELEGRAPH
stressed will include
clean rest. CLASSIFIED
in
Type of Pet ____._______________ room programs lubrication service I fines against three persons l4 Kelly Reminds


Vge of Pet .... u....__. ..____ | service, and other station>important operation.phasesof ,,' I I Mayor's This is Court.I the. .story-. art .unfolded- ....-..... Mrs. J. L. StarlingDies Taxpayers Of'April'Deadline Low Rates Good Results tiasy To Place _

,I iI1 testimony in MayorsMonday \"UUl I 'to WORDS OR LESS. ONE EVSERTIOTT . .
5
NOTICE TO HOME STEADERS where the girl Mildred In c
I LawteyMrs. EACH ADDITIONAL WORD
1. Griffin, was sentenced t& pay a i I II 2o

Please find listed below names of persons that have not $100 fine or spend 20 days in jail [ 25e ADDITIONAL FOR BLiND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IV ADVA\rn! >

signed for Homestead Exemption for 1957. Please bring or I I and the boy, Jack Commings Zulla Sculley Starling of I t Tax Collector J. R. Kelly this DISCOUNT OF 15 PER CEXT O\ TWO OR Most UaEKTIOU!

fined $50 for public intoxi- z.c' Lawtey died Tuesday morning week reminded taxpayers in the
mail your returns to Gene Long Tax Assessor on or was 4 -I---
following a brief illness.A .
County that April 1 will be the .
i cation.
before 1st which is the
April deadline for and
filing
no application native of Clay County she
The girl saying she couldn't"remember last day that taxes can be paid FOR RENT -
I
will be accepted thereafter. If your name appearson too much of what happened I had been a resident of Lawtey without a penalty being attached. WHEN IN NEED OF ment modern two L>-roogmsraSeSzaeParof,

this list and if you have already signed please disregardthis I ._ fnr the nast 49 vpars. Her nar. said that collections LANDSCAPINGFILL Phone home. Couple desired.
pleaded guilty to chargecof -- -- ------ --- ---- rents -- -- ----- ---- r-- Kelly are 134-J. ttcbz-

notice. intoxicated driving -1 were the late W. J. and Ja- coming in fast but about $33,000is -
driving while The Rev. I. E. Enlow of Plant DIRTor WE BUY
without a drivers license, excessive has the interim nie Johns Sculley. still out. NITURE.AND SELL USED FUR-
W. n. Mizelle, Jr. O. I.. Brown. Jr. William M. Smith City accepted Elrod Furniture Co.
besides her husband.
Wm. "'. Granger Loran Carl Brown Emma Madman and speed having an accidentand pastorate of the newly organized Surviving The delinquent personal prop- DISKINGW. ._Phone 43. tte!?.
Johnifc It. Crews J. I. Btfintly Richard/ Cuffman damage to propertyin John L. Starling are two brothers will
causing Madison Street Baptist Church.Rev. erty tax list have to be pub L. THIGPEN JR. OCR TENTH
Ernest Mabry Willie Mae Judd J. D. Warren J. B. Sculley of Maxville and ANNIVERSARY
L. L. Johns Leo T. Sullivan Mr*. J9e E. Wilson the amount of $30. Enlow, a native of Kentucky lished around April 15, Kelly Et 2 Box U5-D- Alton Ed All RADIOS REPAIRED
Ernest Edwards J. E. Parry more W. iv. c.unter Policemen said that before George Sculley of Arlington; said and the delinquent real Hake All I4cti
L.V.. Harry Dennis W. Griffis Leonard is residing with his wife PHONE 297-J Reasonable Caarre _
C. Hinson Jr. four sisters. Mrs. Nolan triaraaUed
,
Dolly
she
Ruby M. Allen Margaret Magyarl Robert W. Ward smashing against the tree at 614 Lake St. and will actively estate list in May. The tax sale CM AS. C. SHEPHERD
Freddie L. Ctark Mrs. Merrill Prevail Rudolph Sink forced another car to come to a and Mrs. Florence Harris both will be held on May 31. Starke, Fla. 703 W. Call St. Stark Pa. S3JSKED s
begin his ministerial duties the
B. C. HIcks Otis E. LAich
Jack Du Mars collision. careenedoff of Maxville Mrs. Annie Padgettof -
halt to avoid a
Ruth Dukes Adkins William S. Saunders week.In .
Norman Osborne latter of the
WinnMarion part
.
Milton 484 Middleburg and Mrs. Pearl 3": PATH 0V SAVTVOS! KEY- TIRES
D. and
C. F. Padgett Carter D. Gassett of SR 16, plowed
0 C. Kelly Sleepy Hollow Motel Kentucky he served as STONE STATE BANK KEY Get them now, pay as
pas- you ride.
J. M. Edwards Baker of 'Houston, Tex.
damaginga Ask
feet through a pasture STONE HEIGHTS. FLA. MEMBER for
L. A. & Thelma Dyal % Albert Franklin Mrs. V. F. Manning tor of several churches and w.c.T.iJ. our easy budget terms.
played
Funeral services were held FDIC.WANTED Lacy Conway
Sales
Calvin Morgan Garner Ira Andrew fence'and knocking down several and Service.

U. It. Morgan Purvis Griffis Aaron C. Williams aaplings. a part in the establishment ofa Thursday at 2 p.m. at_ the grave- TilE READERS DIGEST Union Pus Station. Starke Flit.
\V. H. Morgan J. O. Sellers 500 new Bottled Gas
Dinah TysonIL number of missions. He servedon tfchg
It. Griffis Annie Goodwine David Jones Commings said that he triedto side in Nolan Cemetery in Clay WHICH HAS A CIRCULATION Customers. Low installation cost. _

S.V.. Whitchead Hoosevelt Tyson Florence Clark };:;t. get out of the car on seeingthe the Kentucky State Mission County. OF OVER 10 MILLION'READ- Prompt Service. Harry C. Elrod FOR RENT Apartment consist
Mrs. II. L. Edwards William Tyson. Jr. Willie Pittman :Board and was a trustee of a Furniture Co. tfchg ing of living room bedroom, kitchenette
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homeof *
R. L. demons Albert Tyson Victoria Mack wild manner in which she was ERS IN THE UNITED STATES, and bath. Mrs. J. V.

n. U Reddish Victoria Ijfirnea Maxie! Carter driving but she wouldn't stop. Baptist school in Kentucky. Starke was in charge of ar CARRIES NO LIQUOR TOBACCO 21 INCH -TELEVISION console. 110 Mitchell, 305 W. Madison St. tfchg

Carl J. U.Sapp McCarthy Mack liruie Leonard Tyson Cap Karl Chandler Goodman Both the girl and Commings Rev. Enlow is a graduate of rangements. OR PATENT MEDICINE down at Dahmer's. tfchrn FOR T -
SALE
Mr. Maggie demons Elliot I Georgetown in Kentuckyand Long haired Mexican
Tyson Bertha Green suffered head injuries and appeared College ADVERTISING. (. India Formosa Chihauhau puppies. Mrs. J.

Mm.. I.Edna Conner llarleyM. Isaac Krnest Reynold Dell :* Est.: Rosa Margaret Pell Parks Williams in court with their heads holds the degree of masterin Cub Pack 70 (THE AMERICAN! ISSUEFEBRU.RY BLOOMING AZALEAS Gentry. Box 387 Starke. Ztp 3/22 L.

C C. Hutcheson Ernest Dell Clint Hill j wrapped in bandages.The theology from the Southern 1957.) Plant Ife- to K2.00
'). It. Alvarez Oliver Tyson Sarah Griffinf in Baptist Theological Seminary. I Cub Scout Pack 70 will meet GREATLY REDUtED PRICE Unfurnished House For Rent. In
also resulted a
ride quire at Union
Reddish .. Bus
t. D. Donald Pare f / A IIl.-' QnVgnen lots of 25: to 100rlll.1UI Station. tfchg
i Ou
Thomas Hugh R. lgl\ml Jessie HardenbrookBeb $25 fine against the owner of Moving to Florida 13 years ago Monday March 25 at 7:30, p. m. \ lner 1NOO

Easier Kelley Leila Brymer ('haneyMcDuugal the car. Eli Gibson for allowingan he has served as pastor of the in the Methodist recreation build- BELVEDERE AZALEA Would Like To Vorrow Enough
t. M. Crosby Carrie Frazier
'loyd Crosby Oscar Dull J.P. F.F. Hazen Goolsby unauthorized person to drive First Baptist Church of Belle ing with several boys slated to WRGRSTARKE GARDEN AND NURSERY money building to on complete Highway-100 small business 2 miles

Lester Crosby Luke DeSua :Maggie A. Glisson his automobile. Gibson said he Glade and of the Baptist Churchin receive awards.A PAFLI\E EAntK COLLINSP. East of Starke. If interested
Huskhll U. Thomas Gus: Kelly :Margie and Lutz Holder is to be presented to FLORIDA O. Bot IftS Karlrton. FU. write Harold Johnson Rt. 1 Box
Millard Varnes Ruby Cook Uuth Laundry Lee had refused her permission to I Hopewell He has been a resi- plaque 125-A, Starke.

Truby Slade MartineauJennings James Cruger Morgan Harper use it and did not know she was dent of Plant .City for the past the den with the best attendanceof 1490 PHONE 500 FOR RENT Housekeeping apart ztp 3/22
Philip Oscar Wright Thelma K C -
Swirling Alf & Manzie ITtrnes 1'd\lr Glisson Harris driving it until after it had been eight years. parents and all parents are ments. Very furnished.reasonable.210 K CherrySt. Lights \\'A-TED-An information or materiil -
and water
diaries W. Slade Hattie Owens Julius Kowatch gone for about a half 'hour. But On March 1 Rev. Enlow retired urged tcJ attend. Mothers of Den Phone 263 or 413-J after 6 notes) about(particularly secretary's __ __
the
K II Outlaw W. D. Dejl :Mrs Mother's Club _
>. Louise Parmrnter refreshments. "HOWDY, FRIENDS Al'DNEIGHBORS" tfchg
lassie D. Brown Ida Hankerson Maxine I.ee Starling he admitted leaving the keys in as field secretary in the 3 will serve p.m. (now the Starke Woman's Club)

Francis Meng George Griffin Brady Collins the Mayor Jackson said he starts Monday at from 1912 to 193%. Please con.
Isaac & hattie Tom Marks Floyd Stewart car. Cooperative Missions Departmentof 9:15 a. m. with Marion Howe. CABINET and Carpenter Work tact Mrs. E. L. Matthews 505 E.
LfrfeversK. Queen Esther Green Norman E. Senders believed the man did not give the Florida Baptist Convention.A Small new and repair Jobs ac- Adkins St.. or phone 2, Starke.

K Youn blood Kmma Parker. KbUebaner W. R. Johnson the girl permission-to use the car cepted. Joe C. Ricks Rt. 1 Box 2t 3/22
1J. rUulersouD. Clark church spokesman said this 267-A Starke. tfchg:
Joseph Ethin Laporte ad- ... ..___
but levied the $25 fine after Monday Through Friday 4 nfln
G. Wilkerson II. I. Ellington vjo.iiia
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Horace E. McGee week that the church has recently INSURANCE Saleslady or
S. J. McGarvey Richard James William Lane monishing Gibson for leaving the 6:00 Sign On and News FOR SALE 11 cubic foot Servel Salesman to sell Mc.Vexs Products
Claude B. UirberKd John & Annie Williams iJydVa""Lane purchased an eight acre tract on vouO GUIDE Gas refrigerator. used i years. part or full time. Big
I keys in the car. TO CtHTAiMTv 6:05: Songs of the Gospel profits.
May Joe Harmon J. M- Edwards. Jr. West Madison street and under Perfect condition $iiO.OO.two No experience needed. Will teach
N. I. Starling Raleigh Cox Nathaniel Clark In other cases Mayor W. T. 6:30: Clockwatcher burner oil heaters $8 each. Estate and finance you. Write today.
J. S. Sapp. Jr. Lizzie Hall Joe Frasier the guidance and leadership of Gas Range $10.00. Dining room McNESS CO.. P. O. Box
Williams
4' C. .K, Crawford Will Bennett AJilea Motel Jackson fined Harry the newly elected pastor the 7:00 News of the World table and 4 chairs $10.00. J. S. DeSoto Station Memphis, Tenn.27S6.

James W. Gasklns W. V. Henderson % J(. ('. Lynn Baker $100 for driving while in- membership hopes to take definite 7:15: Hymn for the Day Iurel. Rt. 1. Box 289. tfchg Ztp 3/%!
C. Milliard Johnnie '
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J. T. Smith Io-t.\l toxicated and causing an aeci- 7:20 Bulletin Board of the Air
T Nornttn Louis Kelley O. W. Bryant steps toward designing and build- FOR RENT 2 bedroom unfurnished APARTMENT FOR RENT Three
Freeman Starling It. A. Craven Clem A. Griffis dent. Baker pleaded guilty to the 7:30 Weather Around the Nation I house. Newly painted.Phonf' room furnished! apartment. pri
ing a modern plant to house the 21$ Mrs. Mundorff. tfchg
Griffis
Percy Charles E. Smith A. J. Carver charges which stemmed from a 7:35 Clockwatcher : vate entrance. Phone 29C-L, L.
Clara Wilson Joe C. Ricks In Griffis church in all of its worship ac insur- D. Green on Riiford Road.
J. T. Reddish C. P.. Strickland 7.. Z. Griffis wreck in which Baker ran intoa tivities. WHEN you place your 7:50 News and Sports 2tp I/%!

William I'. Green A. R. Moore Sidney F. Griffis car at a drive-in. 8:05 Clockwatcher R F.\ESTATE
H. E. Priest Mrs. Grace W. Osborne Cugene Griffis with this Hartford FOR SALE Registered Angus
Paul Dinklna D. t*. McRae Alma B. DyalJethro Robert Bruce Eaves forfeiteda ance 9:00: 9:05. News 4 acre laud. : feed ream faraUkrd' Bulls with papers. Reasonably-
Earl Prevail Elisabeth McCoy bond posted on charges of ....*, modern ..."..I.Rnli. nivrdhUhwar priced. J. B. White Raiford
McGregor $10 Mutual Concert backedby 9:05: 9:25: Howdy Friend I
is Road.
CUlr Crlffla Margaret Starke. Price
St. Ray Colley Dorothy Lucile Saxon agency, your policy Bear $3,500.00 2tp 3/29
Robert Scott Volley Starling running a red light in a school 9:25 Voices of the City nlth term.
Plant W. E. Rhoden J.'np""TV.... .,... n_ _
Benjamin....______ .... __ Junius ..M._ Smith Jessee Alexander I zone. I whose strength 9:30 Howdy Friends >r- ay owner on Criffis
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Kftella Gil.hsOsoar heart
J. W. L'arber .;. I>atten Griffia High School PTA 9:45: Radio Chapel Mcrkr'a llmr.t drvtlopurat. PrlC'.. of Srarke. Attractive two bed S
Sam Brown A. l{. Johnson strict ad. an law .a $,80000 plus rlonlaKCant I room home and 7
and 10:00 acres with
Kitchen Club Vt
Henry If. HinsonR. I dependability :
Li Hie McQulre Est Etholin W. Savage Hutchinson .. DavvB ,aJ_..'. $ 1:5.oo.: I mile" road frontage )10.000.
O. Simmons Observes Back Mary
John and Pauline Clyde W. Colson A. H.: Perry i 11:00 News RUie ilk? rrnti I or hodfte and J acres $7.000
Devote I.. L. Conner herence to the highest idealsof I or 4 acre building site with
Cleveland Durham 11:05: Let's Go Calling 450
Nancy Starling Hollis V. Knight To School NightThe .\erp.ge trart \ertfc sad South of I ft road frontage $3.000.
":lItn TtslUe.Kfcta 2nd X. L. Mrs.Maggie Alma Lester Saxon Mary Hutchinson "the one conduct have been 11:30 Farm Roundup SUrke en U. S. 301.Water : A. Wrown. nhnn*, 4<..-"." Stp George 4/5
business
Mae Williams Ralph Williams I). H. Crawford school woman theatre." will bepre- 12:00: Luncheon in Dixie ,'
Joe Jenkins Ella Mae Tucker parents of high I I frost lets .. Saata Fe Lake. FOR RENT I nfurnished four

Richard mlth Ell GVaham. Jr. O\Walter ella Perry B. Dobson students went back to school] sented in the Starke elementary tested and proved.We 12:15 Noon News rooms large hall and porch apt. '
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Jessie Laura Moore Coy Clarence Mary N. Bennett Mrs. Linnie Beck Tuesday night at Bradford High, cafetorium Tuesday night March 12:30 Talk of the Town OHVRGR.. Dial BOO eaeh week day _Call McMahon.101-W or inquire at 707 N.

U J. Miller Rosa Lee DeSue Ghent E. 10'. Triest as they followed their children'sschedules 26, at 8 o'clock in the third of a 1:00. Songs of the Siesta at 7i20 .._. Call 500 mnm.mmrr your 2tp %/U
S. T. Starling Jr. Dan Barney G. Brinson I to recommend adequate .meeting, .'1'.. this U a public *er- FOR RENT :
Thomas of brought News Nicely furnished
series 2:00
programs
Fred Smith Wiley Green William H. Hall Jr. in 10 minute class peri : tlce. >. Miration.. bedroom. 403 S. Cherry St. Phone
Mtiud Bright Homr Geneva KerseyR. ods. Starke by the Bradford Mutual 2:05 Music for Motoring 175.
Williams L. protection "your Uchg
Pisano Sr. insurance
to:. J. Whelan Lillie Martin in Concert Association. Her audi- I 3:00 News FLORIDA REALTY CO.
Wilfred G. Aldredge The parents participating ,
Y. W. Felton FOR SALE Electric
Ida Hot .
Simmons Wafer.
Est. Of Sfarke
James Speed. Est. ence will see a unique type of 3:05: Radio Ranch Heater
an and
Isaac Duhart Alfred Barnes Dave Henderson the PTA program were given guide to certainty. ; misc. household
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Osell D.nlel Bright Bright Jessie Deamon Gulon Dell Ernistine L. EisenachE. opportunity to meet their chil- program in the field of dramatic .. 4:00: News x a Temple Telephone Ave. Starke Fla. Cherry Items. Phone St. t'ZC. Apply 403 S.

Peter TUdale. Sr. L. Z. Baker er [dren's teachers and get to know monologue.In 4:05 At Your Request Itchy-
R Parke
Naomi TlsdJiU J. R. Chasteen. Jr. Frances A. Hurst hew each child is progressing. *the second of its series hereon 6:00: The World Today FOR SALE- Six head cows. Jerseys FOR SALE OR RENT Hellbr nn
T. L. Casey. Jr. :Mrs. Mike Marucca and Guernseys one fresh section 20 arr farm J bedroom
F. S. Campbell J. B. Sapp R. L. C. Thomas The meeting was called to order March 6 the BMCA broughta 6:15 Instrumentally Yours L. L. Pedenbaugh Hampton Fla. house and bath. Electric cooking

M. T. Hamilton W. n. Mundy Widow'. or DUaMUty by Mrs. R. V. Chapman, president performance by The American 6:45 Public Service ItP 9 12000>__L per..u mo. Owner. tranlfered
Jack CrawfordPaul rtuoy tiaynoe.
Mrs. Anthony
C.rrie D. Edwards Ffa.
U Crawford. Jr. Chester L. Wise Mrs. Dante Mott Devotional was led by the Piano Trio: Stephen Kovacs, Na- 7:00 News FOR RENT Five room unfurnished -Phone MA S-1242. 1tehg

John Crews F. F. Stump Sarah Alarei Rev. J. E. Sherwood and the omi Weiss and Kenneth Amada. .ilSVl ... ..... 7:05 Shank of the Evening house IVi miles 'out on LOST
Wllmont Starling Ruth Taylor Julia DeSue Rrownlee Rd. Rt. 2 Box 151 or 1 Tile cutting saw with
the was led by Whether playing jazz or the clas- 7:55 News and Weather electric
E. W. Strong Maude Mott John W. Griffis Est. Pledge to Flag Phone 184. Starke. Itp motnr. Reward. M. R.
Arnett Thompkins Dr. M. B. Herlong Mrs. W. E. Torode Joseph G. Wood. sics, the trio'performed with 8:00 Sign Off Judd. 127 IntayeUf St. Phons
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Julia Yettle Whitney Thompkins A.Franklin W. Masters Case Alice Sarah Strong Davis It was announced that the equal authority and impressive H. C. Wall Agency Saturday FOR BENT apartment- Three with room private furnished 2tchg 3/U

Howard Hampton Jesfcie the member- technique. representing keyboard Same schedule above except FOR SALE IS cubic foot
L. Young Mrs. Nettle Starling senior class had won as bath. Gardenia Tourist Home. Itp q"; Sernl

1.Annie E'. Hampton Hampton George W. a Melson C. Bradley Mrs.D.. Driscoll J. J. Rldgon ship contest. which ended this artistry at its best. Phone: 146 1 to 6 p.m.. Road Show. HELP WANTED! FEMALE ''I meat refrIgerao size gas like stove.new. Apa.rt-1J4S

H. H. Hamilton J. Gordon Wager Artie M. Hall month for having the highest BMCA members are asked to Sunday PHOTOGRAPHIC Technician with Chevrolet. 'lUll Ford Hot Rod.
Enoch Strong P. T. Roberts Rosa Llggettee Est. 200 E. CaD Street experience in enlarging. developing Reasonable. J. D. McKlnney, %
F, M. Starling Lorlenso A. Alvarez Mrs. Jeanette Klncaid percentage of parents attending renew their memberships at the i 7:30 Sign On. Religious programs and retouching. Excellent work- Graham Post Office. 1 to

A. C. Sumner W. O. Collins Georgia Allen PTA. cafetorium next Tuesday nightin until 1 p.m Ing condition. and full employee FOR RENT

Joe Starling SwanbomHomer W. E. Williams. W. J. Murrhee Refreshments were served during order to save the workers Starke, FU. 1:00 to 600 The Sunday Show benefit Contact Employee Personnel nlshed ID '- Three oom ,fur-
kfrs. W. Francis It. Disney Lue Mullins rtment. private bkth
Services Bldg. J, University ,
White William E. Henderson Snug Jackson the social hour. much. time and effort 6op. to 8:00 See schedule above. of Florida Galn.enilIe. Florida. Anol US-I 3S3 N. Cherry St.' Phone

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