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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 10, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: ... VOLUME SEVENTY-EIGHT STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MAY 10, 1957 NUMBER FORTY-SIX
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.2 99, Senior Citizens Fashion Parade
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"3 5 & Take Spotlight Gala Opening Seen By ThousandsPageantry Slated SaturdayCentennial


Fashions on Parade

+ R, A'mil Saturday Night parades, and fireworks, topped by the pre- .will be staged at the courthousehere

a tit :sence tf:) Florida's Governor LeRoy Collins! combined forces I Saturday afternoon at 2
L : o'clock sponsored by Sisters of
1 : ; Senior citizens will be honored Monday to get .Starke's Centennial Week celebration off I the Swish. .

Saturday night in the high'school to: a rousing start. Two big days remain before the curtain Mrs. Jim Chasteen, chairman,

stadium preceding the final performance rings down on what has been the most exciting. seven I announces that men as well as

of "Starke Centurama." days in the town's 100-year history. women are invited to wear their

As a feature. of Old-Timers and The. noisy and colorful opening- Centennial costumes and take
i!) Homecoming 'Day recognitionill parade: including 55 units and, was highlighted by the Centen- pars in the fashion show, Just

\\ be given to. the following, : paced by high-stepping high nial's second parade at 3 p. m.. prior to the final big parade.

The oldest native of Bradford school bands from Starke, Lake featuring school and youth ac-. After the show, all those who are "
tivities. Following the parade, dresses are urged to join in ,the
County (man). Butler, and Green Cove Springs,
Bradford fcet the tempo for day's events. games and contests were enjoyed line of parade and march in the
The oldest natjve of
Governor Collins, taking timeout I tn the school playground. final Centennial promenade.
(woman).
County
I from his busy legislative Visitors were conducted on agri- .Prizes will be awarded for the
The (man or woman)
KEY TO PHOTOS person schedule, arrived early in the cultural and industrial tours on oldest authentic men's costume,
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who has lived in Starke for the
afternoon dressed Centennial- Thursday which was designated as and Ihejoldest authentic women's
Top to bottom: greatest number of years. (Not style in.frock tail coat and top- Agriculture and Industry Day.- outfit, :Mrs. Chasteen said. Prizes

: ? Centennial Queen Sylvia necessarily a'' native.) per., and rode the parade route in Still to come are two final days will also be given for the prettiest -

itMj ., Paulk rides lovely float in 'Mon The Bradford County man and a 'surry with fringe on 'the. top. Friday (Good Neighbor and womb' cqs\u.rafi+-ails. the

f s w day's parade with her eight wife who have been married forth He seemed J.ci enjoy .his. brief CountyDay)';'and. SaturdajrYOId- '"b est-IookkIng, men's outfit. The
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.. s q .r beautiful maids Landrum(1-r) Shi Ann,, .. v greatest number-of-years. respiteT'from the cares of Tallahassee ; Timers and Homecoming Day). most comical outfit and the best
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Smitl FraBcesr' Mary
; ; The person who came 'the and waved gaily ttf Highlights of Friday's program mother and daughters combina-
.. Agnes Matthews, Alice Faye. greatest distance to attend the : the throngs banked along (Continued on Page 8) tion will also be picked.
Newman- Patsy Dixon, Betty final performance o'f 'Centura- I the sidewalk. Riding in an
Ann Simmons, and Vivian Gar- ....
ma.) early vintage car behind ,the ,
cia. (BullingtoD photo)
It will be appreciated if per- Governor were State Senator and

,. Bradford crimson- former Acting' Governor CharleyE.
1 t lf. t High's sons eligible for this recognition '
A wi and-white clad, superior rating will register or send word to the Johns, and Bradford Rpresen- I ".,' ..;, :1,1.:

i I :' Band 'swings down Temple Bradford 'County Telegraph be- tative and Speaker of the House ,..;.t... ..,-,. _, {..: .. :::-: ..'..'.'. .
A= Avenue to set pace for color- fore Saturday night. This is not Doyle .E.. Conner. k 3-." :"I .'" '

g.1 x :' 1 t ful parade. .(R. P. McLendon necessary, however, if inconveni-I The spectacular parade ran the L.' .

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1 1s stadium in order to receive rec-I ing from the ridiculous to the .
Pair Jean Mundy swings -
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sublime and spanned a full century : .
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Starke float accompaniedby girls in flowing formals formed J ..:.... ...; .;... :,,' ....
Elaine Sikes and Linda Invite :; .J "
a fS Kay Conners a startling contrast with clowns :f ."...., $: 7:. ... ... ,1'. _. ,' .
Sale. (T-U photo): "oiiii,'.'
k2 fr ,f Friends To AttendSpeaker'I on horseback, while covered wa- 4 :V.... '" '& ,
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Pony carts miniature stagecoaches gons ,
and fringed surries Ball automobiles of 'all periods. Back ,; ': '
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from collection of Tommy Hewitt firing' and bell-ringing. paradecars I :: ; !tt
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and Mrs. Doyle :
; Valdosta, Ga. add a per- Rep. piloted by members of the : "
iod panorama along parade Conner this week invited Gainesville Shrine Club provided : '

route. County Commissioner their friends in Bradford noise and excitement.A .". [{&. 7 ,_
throughout the -
Harold Norman rides at ex- County and colorful first night audience, KI "" II& _

Xti r t'II treme right. (T-U photo)\ state to attend the Speak mostly dressed in Centennial --:. b'"' '''(, r,
er's Ball at .the Tallahassee .;
finery, cheered as Governor Collins ; '
Governor LeRoy Collins Country Club May 15 from crowned Miss Sylvia Paulk fi :

...,., ,. waves to spectators as he rides 9 until 1. Queen of the Starke Centennial.She ; _
a yt In style on the back seat of No written invitations to and her eight maids Misses "

1 surry with fringe on top. (Mc this affair have been sent, Patsy. Dixon ,Alice Faye New-I 0 ,

; Lendon photo). I Rep. Conner said. man, Betty Ann Simmons, Shi _,
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I Ann Smith, :Mary Agnes Matthews, ,
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'.:. FRIDAY SATURDAY SCHEDULEFRIDAY prerented preceding the pageant.
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:i1'. .... If J d Telling the story of Starke, -

:tr I 1 -- r.. .: .f.. ;.. !R MAY 10 Good Neighbor and County Day from the arrival of the first railroad -I "The Horsey Set." (T-U photo) I

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-- .. ,,-: h .. Club. Refreshments Souvenirs. nearly 300, depicting highlightsof i
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:\ J' '. '. local history. Especially color-
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I .I u.. r .' .... ......... BHS Stadium. Virginia Reel, the arrival of the t
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I ., r '-., i _'; JJJ1 8:00 P. M. Historical pageant, "Starke Centurama, narration was capably handled by J i .
u at BHS Stadium. H. B. Ingram Rev. Donald Koko-

\1 ":: jJ \ \ tl r' 9:15 P. M. Gigantic Fireworks Display at BHS Sta moore, :Mrs. Del Colley. and Mrs
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: dium.SATURDAY. Nina Andrews. Special lighting -
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\ *9:00 A. M. to"5:00 P.M. Registration of out-of-town was the explosion of a simulated .. : 4r
atomic bomb/ and a spectacular
visitors old-timers at iStarke Woman's lub.
.\. and display of fireworks added
," and Souvenirs.
Refreshments
excitement to an outstanding eve

2:00 P. M. Fashion Show sponsored by Sister of the ning of entertainment.After .

-- Swish, Courthouse grounds. Prizes. the pageant, two orchestras -

.. .. ..... 3:00 P. M. Final Centennial 'Parade. played for dancing -: on<
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A." inside the USO and another in a::1 Starke Lions ride high. (McLendon photo) I
5:00 P. M. Old Time Fiddling Contest, Courthouse
roped-off block of WashingtoiStreet.
grounds. ( .
5:00 P. M. Tea Dance USO building. I
Teen-Age School children had a field da]Y

6:00 P. M. Beard Judging Contest. Courthouse Tuesday afternoon which wai

pT grounds. designated as Armed Forces Day

7:00 P. M. Awards to Old Timers, BHS Stadium. Open house was held at the Na,
tional Guard Armory from 3 t o
T'T. 7:30 P. 'M. Beard Shaving Contest, 'BHS Stadium, 1 p.m. and various pieces of arme< A r.

sponsored Remington Rand .Shaver Co. Prizes. forces equipment, including ai

8:00 P. M! Final performance of hjstorical pageant H-13 helicopter a Nike guide<

"Starke Centurama," at BHS Stadium. missile, a medium tank ,e4uipped .
with 90mm and a 40mr
9:15 P. M. Final gigantic Fireworks Display, at BHS gun
anti-aircraft gun were on displa;Y
e yr Stadium. at the armory' grounds. Afte r 1S

10:00: P. M. Final Centennial Dance. Informal. USO school eager children were trea tea t

building. to rides by members of Port 55
American Legion in the 40 & 8 i

Locomotive. The National. Guar
Also Rides Amusements Games and ;
Carnival ,. also had six of its ordnance work
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inspection.Wednesday was Youth. Day- am::11 H. A Lawson, Adolph Gay, and friend.-McLendon photo) I

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editorialWe .. Farmer's Diary CLAY' HILL Ik' 122. E. Washington SL "Rp i Case Record Of A

r By Sam McGamy Regular services will be held Chiropractor
by Sirs. J. L. StricklandWe at 7:30 Sunday evening, at our .,,. .. Case No. 280
Want Those Students Then one time she almost A....................... new location, 122 E. Washington ..a: A young Harvard (College student 22
died from a "nail In her heart," Street
dissatisfaction (near Walnut Street.)
of alarm and were
Rumblings f as.we were told by an "expert"but were pleasantly .surprised .;ti'' ka years of age, became insane. Commitment
the Bradford County lines A series of lectures will be .
from
heard across as it turned out she was last Saturday by the papers had already been drawn up by a
morning given during the month of May
in Clay and Union Counties over the recent proposal suffering from a lack of sugarin arrival of our son and daughter- subject being "The...Lutheran renowned pschlatric authority to have this
brought before the School Board that out- her blood, and from that time in-law, Mr. and Mrs., Eugene Church and The Bible." Don't gravely disturbed man sent to a mental !
of-county students be prohibited from attending on, every time Joy had ,a calf Fields, from Hopewell, Va. They miss these interesting discus- Institution. Through chiropractic care, this young man madea
Bradford County schools to help relieve the we'd have a "vet" give her a. returned. Sunday as both had to sions.
quick recovery= finished his college course and later be-
crowded conditions dose of glucose, and she'd go be back to work. The Rev. A. F. Gerbhardt pas-
We can't blame these people for getting' stirred right on and recover. The weiner roast .at Clay Hal tor of The First Lutheran Churchof came professor of literature at Cornell Universit 7.,

up over even the slightest hint that suchpolicy A little over eight years ago.three Church last Friday night was Gainesville, will conduct the For Further Information regarding the benefits of chiropractic
would be put into effect. For such action fool Yankees came to The faithful' old cow lost the enjoyed very much.'Rev. Patterson services.All care, phone or write to the
these fami- Florida to settle on.a farm. They "brush" of her tail in some way from Atlantic Boulevard persons without a home .
would definitely work a hardship on were Sam, Alice and her Pop. and we had a time getting that Church at Jacksonville Beach church' are invited to attend. DR. H. G. BOLLINGER CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES
lies. Other schools to which the parents would
And although they knew nothing to heal. Finally we did, but from preached for us Saturday night
have to transfer their children in some instances, about farming they decided to that time en milking was hazardous and the church was well filled LAWTEY CHURCH OF CHRIST 728 E. University Ave. 426 N. Walnut St.

such as the case of Kingsley Lake and Keystone, try it, so they bought the old for if she ever belted to hear him. Rev. W. L. Mills, (presently meeting in City Hall) Gainesville Phone 6.3238 Starke Phone 108
study, 10 a: m.,
Sunday-Bible .
are much farther away than are the Starke Charley Dinkin's farm on US you in the head with that stump, the evangelist who held revival
schools. In other instances many of the parents 301, north of Lawtey.. it was like getting hit with a services at Long Branch, will be worship, 11 a. m.EveningYoung. -
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study, 7; preaching 7:30. .
Alice decided
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a farm with- On May 18, Rev. Harvey, former < >
found here. Wednesday-Bible study, 7:30
out a cow was not a farm so of Highland will be our
But these families would not be the only As she grew older and older. pastor
she chased Sam out to buy a and T. the p. m.
action. It evi- we knew that someday we'dlose messenger Safay Radio programStation
such seems
ones to suffer from If CENTENNIAL SPECIAL
cow. ever there was a Yankee Gideon representative from Jacksonville -
but didn't have the
dent that Starke and Bradford High School would to be skinned her we, WRGR, :Monday 6:30 a. m.
just crying it heart to send her off to the will be with us at the
also feel adverse effects from such a move. was Sam, for although he knew market. She had been a good same time.Remember. If. '
Although these families, according to actual one end of the cow from. another friend to us, and we decided t Homecoming sere
lines outside of Bradford County, that was it. But he was lucky, ., this GAY'SHome
. county are that she would live out her days ices at Long Branch Sunday
there are many ties which bind them closer to and be bought a cow named Joy here with us. Mother's Day, and everybody '--
Starke than to the counties in which they happen which had just brought a calf come out and hear Rev. Sam Appliancesi
named
'to be. The school tie is only one of the con- Pride..f A while ago she wandered off Watson. There will be singingby
nections these families have with Starke. Mostof Neither Sam nor Alice had and that was the last we ever special groups, and dinneron Your Friendly
saw of our faithful old pet. We the grounds.
these people buy groceries, furniture, cloth- ever milked a cow before, and
searched and searched, but knew Sunday June 9, will be Home Norge Dealer
ing and other items in Starke stores. Many of Pop was too smart to get stuck til the time that something had coming Day at Clay Hill and J.
them even buy license, tags for their automobiles with the job, so when the milk- happened to her because she had L. Strickland will preach the NQRGE APPLIANCES ..
ing chore came up Alice grabbeda never gone off like that before. sermon. We will have special L
here.With the school tie broken, they would be bucket of feed and- a milk We hoped that she died mercifully singing and dinner on the MAYTAG WASHERS

much less bound to trade in Starke. pail and went to milking for and quickly for, we had grounds. We are a young church, COLEMAN HEATERS and
Telling these parents that we can't take care the first time. Old Joy was pa- dreaded to see her suffer. but we do know how to take FLOOR FURNACESWe
tient but Alice at the
was new
children in schools would alienate Although some folks who live care of the visitors who come
of their our
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and about hour and two
them causing them to make it a point not to job an ( in the city may not understandour our way, and we will soon.prove Service All MakesOf II .
buckets of feed later) she was
feeling about Joy we know this to you if you attend any iln 1 .1
trade here.Besides still at it, with Joy wondering Appliances /
just how we feel. Joy was onlya of our services.J. /
its effect on Starke business, the just what was going on. Then dumb beast, but through her L. Strickland and our pas Phone 10 ,
.. institution of this policy would also be a major Sam got on the other side of we saw the beauty of Nature at tor, Rev. Lane and family at- RCA Victor Adolr.Budget priced TV
both in its academicand the cow-and the two Yankees work and learned service at Starke, Florida
setback to the school itself, we why every tended the ordination with sensational new "Living Image"
extra-curricular activities. For, although finally succeeded in milking Joy farmer in his work is close to Atlantic Boulevard Church Sun- JI picture. Full 261 sq. in. of viewable
for the first time.
these students take up valuable space, they also God. day afternoon and helped ordain area. !High-Sharp-and-Eay" tuning

contribute greatly to the school's activities.The They raised the cal(. Pride HIGHLAND Clifton Harris service.as deaconin I GAS TOONS I controls located high on the side of the
athletic program is a good case in point. (with a lot of help from his BAPTIST CHURCII an impressive cabinet let you tune standing up ; .


Without the out-of-county students on the foot- mammy) and finally sold him Sunday School 9:45 a, m. CHRISTIAN CHURCH gives you needle-sharp tuning accuracy.
ball squad, Bradford High School could not com- at the-age of one year for $120. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and Rev. J. E. Sherwood, Pastor -By- Balanced fidelity Sound. Three rich
pete with the teams it is now playing, but would That night Joy got an extra 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Bible School, 9:45 a. m. Morning GIB finishes.1w : ebony finish; maroon or limed
have to schedule smaller schools. Interest in the helping of feed, for obviously Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev. Worship, 11 a. m. Youth BROWN aratn.d finlike. Axtra. Model
team would decline. she had been a good investment. George Chism pastor. Everybody Church, 6:30: p. m. All young
These out-of-county students are just as important welcome. people Invited. c p r ac +e arcs -- 21" All Channel Only $| QQ.95
As the years went on Sam
in other phases of school life. I .
and Alice were to learn just' 1 u
The prohibition of out-of-county studentswas what a prize they had in Joy.

brought up merely as a suggestion as school She was a sensible cow. Come \ Will Sell At_ .
to relieve time she at the
officials investigated every means milking was .
overcrowded conditions. That such a suggestion barn. She kicked only when she

should even be considered points up the seriousness had good reason to, she waited
of the situation. And we feel confident thatas until you finished milking, and
she gave the richest; milk one "Just the windshield, Gib ervlceAll
long as other solutions are available, even could ask for and raised fine "
though they be not entirely satisfactory, this calves. AUCTIONTimber I'm in a HURRY

means will not be resorted to. Well give your car COMPLETE -

o Before any such far-reaching proposals are Although she had brought service that speeds Work Guaranteed Free Estimates '
even seriously considered, school officials should nothing but bulls before we
exert all possible efforts to speed removal of the bought her Joy then ,switched, you on your way! Fully Equipped ... DependableAll

six room Heilbronn school to Starke. We under- and all the while we had her, Makes and ModelsSHEPHERD'S
heifers
she brought
stand that a state survey must be made before OlD BROWN

permission can be granted to spend capital out- She was as. gentle as a pet Marked With Yellow Paint On
lay funds for this purpose. although one time, she did geta SERVICE STATION RADIO & TV,
If as vigorous efforts were brought to bear little frisky. Sam was carryingsome .
to speed up this survey as has been brought in greens down to the hogs C. M. Phillip's Farm Standard Oil Products INMAN D. GREEN, Owner

other areas of the school problem, perhaps some and Joy followed him beggingfor Phone 327 TV Radio .- Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone
results would be realized toward them. Sam got annoyed, and Located Route 100 7 Miles
soon bringing to discourage her he swung 407 N. Temple Ave. 239 Starke, Fla.
these much needed classrooms to Starke in time .
around and walloped her with West of Starke --' -- -
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Next thing Sam knew, he was SALE AT FARM
Too Many BossesThe picking himself up off the ground, .

County Commissioners, expressing con- for Joy had hooked him rightin
cern over the startling speed at which expen- the seat and sent him sprawl- 2 P. M.

ditures are growing, recently took several stepsto ing. 3
slow down the pace in an effort to keep finan- TUESDAY MAY 21STJ.
she
But except for that time, ITS UNLAWFUL
cial. operations within the budget. was tame and as we grew to .
These moves included an agreement to refuse -
know the cow better, we made a
to purchase any culvert pipe for installation regular pet out of her and grewto D. Odom, Jr.
under driveways and roadways leading off of love her almost the way you t
county roads during the next two months. Thisis would a part of the family.

a practice which ,has grown extensively within For Any Person or Persons to Engage inBusiness
the past few months. Whether or not it is the -.' -- ..
responsibility of the county to furnish this pipeis tile

a moot point, but it has proven to be a costly Under A Fictitious Name Unless
practice, and one which certainly ought to be '
brought under control. IA New High' ::

The Commission took steps this week to .
eliminate another costly custom, a vestige of The Name Is Registered

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the pork barrel days of politics, which was

pointed out with. displeasure by the state audi- in Performance for i .

tors in their recent report. This was the mannerin .
which road matters were handled by the ..*:

Commissoners.Under the system used until now, there was t Florida MotoristsI'f! -\

no overall planning of road-work in the County. Read This Florida Law
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Each Commissioners had control over the pro-

jects are the most important by the amount of /, '
"It shall be unlawful
for any person or persons, as defined herein, to
pressure put on them by a voter. To get this '
engage in business herein defined under fictitious
a name as herein defined
work done they had to compete for the servicesof /'i
the road crew, making deals, bargaining, per- *:*'.. -r without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the

suading. Bradford is among the last of the _.....x.!.''.:....:?..;.:.,-.jf"!.;*;rJ"1 .'O' clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of businessis
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counties to handle road matters by this hapha- \ ..,.;:. W -.i- .. ,.-.., with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit

zard system. aA ,>-- signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of
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Thus this system, because of its lack of plan- all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest ..

obviously costly to the county. With five bossesit of.each, and the fictitious name under which said asiness is carriedon.
was quite often that the road foreman didn't
Said registration not be made until the
NEW may person or persons desiring
know where he and his crew would work from
day to day. to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or

Thus this system. because of its lack of plan- their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four

ning and lack of coordination, resulted in wasted (PHILLIPS 66 (4) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county

effort and inefficiency, which added up to un- where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be

necessary costs. Certainly, no well-planned road accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving 1 proof of
program in which the county got the mostout such publication.

of every road dollar, could come from it. Higher octane I Higher power! A gasoline that bringsout

The auditors recommended that "the res- the best in today's more powerful automobiles. 1
ponsibility for the repair, maintenance and ... .
con- If in business under
engaged
struction of all roads" be vested in the road you are any name

foreman, "that he be required to keep a daily Phillips 66 keeps pace with the octane and power r,
record providing adequate control over the labor / quirements of the new super-cars by/bringing you its

materials, supplies, and equipment, and thatmonthly new FLITE-FUEL, blended for super-performance! Not other than your own, and have not had this name

progress reports be requested from only new cars, but older cars, too, will benefit from the .
the foreman." remarkable performance qualities of new FUTE-FoEL.

With these recommendations followed, a big FLCTE-FCEL is blended for focal tinting conditions. It's/' properly advertised and registered we will be
step has been taken toward taking the roadwork Tb \ ?\;>> the only gasoline containing added Di-isopropyl.It gives'' ,

out of politics. The priority of road projects x '.: your car smooth power and long mileage. Pill tip with*

can be determined by need, instead ofpolitical 4: gym ,, ;, .M?; ..,:, new}im-FcrI.at your Phillips 66 Dealer and discover glad to give all Information to
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considerations, and a well-planned, less :. a a new high in performance! you necessary as

expensive, coordinated road program can result. :? ,::' PHILLIPS PETROLEUM COMPANY .

THE BRADFORD; COUNTY TELEGRAPH ,\. m &nuance TkfCwnh! what you should do.BRADFORD .

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.....yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. his parents Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Farm and. called on the Ed I FVVVVVVvvyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. [ FTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT ,
Padgett, in Middleburg on Sun- Carter family and the O. J. Phillips -
LAWTEYJjr day afternoon.Mr. families on Sunday.Mr. LONG BRIDGE .RISINGBy I \
and Mrs. Paul Bennett and Mrs. R. H. Wheeler AND NEW RIVER Morton
Quick-Frozen Delicious Chicken Beef
and daughters visited Mr. and and family and Mrs. Levin Grif- or
Mn. Kutch
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Mrs. L C. Smith in Jacksonvilleon fis spent Sunday in Jacksonvillewith Bin. E. A. Sapp

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Sumners had as fis.
of Mrs. Selma Eunice The Aaron and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis were
Ander-
will be interested to know that guests during the weekend Mr. Mrs. A. H. Harley returned to George visiting In Ft. Myers over. the
son recently visited B. M Anderson -
she is staying in a convalescent and Mrs. Robert J. Diamond of her home on Sunday after an extended weekend.
home in Jacksonville to be Green Cove, and Mrs. Dewey in Satsuma. 1
visit with Mr. and Mrs Mrs. aturday guests of the,Gordon ...
Mary Snowden left last
near her doctor for daily treat- Harvey of Macclenny. Nelson Blocker in Jacksonville.
ments. She will be glad to see Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beebe Members of the Lawtey Junior week for a visit with her brother. Jones family were }[r. and Mrs. Super-Right Tender
her friends at her home during had as guests during the week- High Glee club attended a mu- V. M. :Manning, in Wauchula.Mr. Herbert Norman and family of
the weekend.Mr. end Mr. and Mrs. Chas Sisk of sical Festival at the Universityof and Mrs. Felton Moody Lady Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. 'E.
of ChI- have moved from Starke to live J. Manning and children of SLICED BEEF LIVER ib 2ge
and Mrs. Ed Carter were St. Cloud, Houston Sisk Florida last Saturday. Miss Starke.
in Jacksonville on Friday for a cago, and Miss Woodrowene, Dorothy Swanbom and Mrs. Lei with.Mrs.. Emily Moody. We are
visit with }Ir. and Mrs. Nick Houston of Jacksonville.Mrs. la May Hiatt, the bus driver glad to have Mrs. Moody'back Mrs. Edward Norman returned
Pope and daughter.Miss Margaret Kelly who has carried these young people to home again from her illness 'n with Mr. Norman to Lady Lake
Elizabeth Tatum, who been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gainesville and were met there the hospital.Mr. last Saturday.
attends the University of Florida Tomlinson of New River for by their music teacher Mrs. H. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp recently Sunday guests'of Mr. and Mrs.
spent the weekend with her parents several weeks, returned to the H. Henderson. visited Mr. and Mrs. Ben. Jack Underhill and family were Grade "A" Fancy Dressed & Drawn, 4 to 6 Ib. avg.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Tatum. home of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kel- J. B. Teston is a patient in Renfroe in Lake Butler. Mr.-and Mrs. Collie Manning of I

Danny Phillips, Reese Parrishand ly on Sunday. Bradford County Hospital.Rev. Mrs. Ina Hayes of Gainesville Green Cove Springs, and Mr. lb
Billy Anders attended theHomecoming Marvin Warren stopped by on W. L. Mills Sr. and Mrs. was a recent visitor of Mrs. and Mrs. J. F. Jaudon of Starke. ROASTING CHICKENS 41cCongratulations
at Bayless Highway Friday to see his parents. Mr. Mills of Jacksnoville visited the .Rhoda Dowling and Mrs. Mar- Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones i
Baptist Church.Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren as he Jr. Mills family Monday evening. I garet Crews. and Carolyn were visiting rela- ,
and Mrs. D. G. Wilkerson was enroute to Tallahassee to Freddy Dinkins spent Saturdaywith Bud Moody is working with tives in Jacksonville'last Sun- I
and Miss Gloria Andersonhad I spend the weekend with his wife. Miss Adel Dinkins in Jack the Florida Power & Light Co.;day 1
as guests during the weekendMr. Miss Shirley Rosier of Jacksonville sonville. l in Palatka. 1i
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and Mrs. H. R. Barratt ol spent Sunday with her
., Mr. and Mrs. V,,. _____*- bf... n,,f1frs.... Quincy Mrs. A. H. Harley, Mrs. Effie
the State: Farm par en is, v* -
D. Dickinson and family, and Rosier. Miner Mrs. P. L. Dinkins and
Mrs. Thelma Cornwall and son Mrs. Elsie Bradley of Starke, Mrs. G. W. Roberts visited Mrs. MR. ZACKARY CRAWFORD
of Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs. Nancy Keene,' and the Allan Edwin Padgett in Bradford Coun-
and Mrs. Melvin Hingson Harts attended church at Callahan ty Hospital on Monday after- 570 WEST CALL STREETwas
of Raiford visited Sunday.Mr. noon.
Mr.and and daughter Mrs. Fred Cannon and .on and Mrs. H. C. Reynolds The Faith Baptist Church ob- the winner of the beautiful Admiral Portable T.V.

daughter on Sunday. of Baldwin were Saturday guestsof served its seventh anniversaryon that was given away by your Starke A&P Store Saturday
Mrs. Erlie Padgett was a busi- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynolds Sunday, May 6. After a May 4.
ness visitor to Jacksonville on and sons and Mrs. Lomie Mosley basket dinner on the grounds,
The Jack Crawfords were in, those present enjoyed a community ;
Monday.The
St. Clair Griffis family Jacksonville on Sunday for n''' sing. Sultana Dried Medium Size
Boat ShowAND
visited Mr. and Mrs. Harrison visit with Misses Bettie and I I

Mosley. Mr. and at Clay Mrs. Hill Bill on Pendarvisand Sunday.I Mrs.Gloria Erwin Crawford Muse and and son.Mr. and Wyy yyyyyyyyyy SIDE" PRUNES 2U> ctn 39CAnn

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family had as. Sunday Mr. "and Mrs. Bennett Green NORTH
guests Mr. and Mrs. Cecil and children, who have been on
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Hardee and family ct Callahan. a visit to New Mexico, returnedto DEMONSTRATION Page
Jacksonville Mrs. By Sirs. Carl BrownLAAAAAAAAAA.AtAAAAAAAAA
Mrs. Nell Dryden of the home of her mother,
called on Mr. and Mrs. Selma Eunice, on Sunday afternoon -
Vanzant and Perry Davison MAYONNAISE Quart SSe
Carl
Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mor- :Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Denmarkof FREE SKI SHOW .
Hubert Priest of Silver Springs Jacksonville, visited her grand-
Mr. and Mrs. gan and family
and family with Mr. and Mrs. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.. mother, Mrs. Carrie Norman, Price Reduced! A&P Fresh
Ernest Williams and son of Lake R. C. Bryant and family. last Sunday. FREE RIDES FOR ALL
attended a birthday party Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mrs. Kathryn Wyman of Jack-
for City Murray Williams at his home Futch during the weekend were sonville was the weekend guestof INSTANT COFFEE jar 51 .19
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near Lake City on Sunday after- Mr. and Mrs. Orie Garratt of her sister, Mrs. 0. J. Norman.Mr. .
Tallahassee, and Mr. and Mrs. : and Mrs. Billy Walker NEW KINGSLEY BEACH
noon.Mr.. and Mrs J. C. Higginbotham Dink Cassels of Okeechobee. and Mr. and Mrs. Whip weekend Racineof New! Ann Page White, Yellow, Honey Spice or Chocolate
Maxvillewere Griffis
of Mrs. George Jacksonville were
and daughter Mr. and -
of Mr. and Griffis were busi- of the L. M. McDaniels.Mr. .
weekend guests and Mrs. Roy guests
Mrs. Nathan Starling.Mr. ness visitors to Jacksonville on and Mrs. Charlie Gaskins SUNDAY MAY 12 CAKE MIXES 2OozpIw I 2SCCampbell'
and Jacksonville -
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and Mrs. D. A. Jones Saturday.Mr. spent the.weekend ,
daughters visited the D. R. and Mrs. C. R. Whitehead with Mrs. Gaskins' brother,

Stones in Jacksonville on Thurs- and daughters attended the Earl Carter, who Is ill. 2 TO 6 P. M.
day. The Stones spent Saturday Operetta which was presentedby Mrs. L. S. Tanner. and chil
with the Jones family here. the Kindergarten at the dren of Lawtey and Mrs. :Maude Tomato
Miss Jackie Harley and the Starke Elementary Cafetorium Wainwright and Miss Dora Clark Factory Representative of Mercury Out s Green Giant Large Green
Blocker children spent Friday evening. Judy Whitehead and
Mr.
Nelson on Sunday guests of
Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. H. who attends the Kinder- were Mrs. G. L. Sapp. board Motors has arranged with their local .

C. Harley.Mr. Harrisof garten was one of the partici- Happy birthday to little Jackie dealer, JIMMY MOORE, of Sun Sports, JUICE PEAS
and Mrs. Leonard pants in the Operetta.
Jacksonville spent last week Mrs. Thelma Olford of Jack- Gaskins on her 4th birthday last to stage this gigantic Boat Show free of ,

with Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Thom sonville is spending this week week. Monday charge to all. There will be free rides for
with her sister :Mrs. Mamie Junior Choir practice

as.Miss Shirley Mitchell was a Futch. night at 7:30. Choir rehearsal all. Six new Mercury Outboard Motors 46-oz can 29C 2 Mb cans 3SC
Prayer
Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. :Marcus Griffisof Tuesday night, 7:30.
Mrs. Boyd Booth at Kingsley Lake Wales spent the weekend Meeting Wednesday night, 7:30. will be at your disposal all afternoon 4
with Mr. and :Mrs. Harry Intermediate and Young People's -
Lake. Mercury Mark 75 60 H.P.; and 2 Mark
Thursday
Katie Padgett organization .
Mrs. Lu Norman returned to Wilkinson, Mrs.
her home on Wednesday after and Mr. and :Mrs. Mann Griffis. night, 7:30. Visitation Friday at 10 10 H.P. -"*.i'"

spending several weeks with her :Mr. and :Mrs. Mack Tanner, 8 p. m. Garden Fresh Yellow Golden Ripe
sister, Mrs. Nellie Osteen, in and Miss June and Randy Star-

Tampa.Mrs. Mae Wells Mrs. Martha ling guests were Saturday of Mr. and evening Mrs.dinner L. 4 BIG SKI SHOW SQUASH Ib 10e BANANAS Ib 1 lOc

Bales Martie, and and daughters Jackie attended Misses J. Padgett and family in :Max- COLONIAL

Homecoming at Middleburg ville.Mr.. and :Mrs. Norman Hamilton -
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Methodist Church and were af I of Jacksonville spent Sunday 2:30 AND 5:30 [
ternoon guests of Mrs. Ruth I. afternoon with :Mr. and Mrs. H. FLORISTPHONE Juicy Calif. SunkistLEMONS : Fresh Hard Head Green
Barthlow and Mrs. Effie Mae H. Hamilton.The .
Green and daughter 7th Grade with their Presented BySONNY'S

Commodore Crews of Talla- teacher, :Miss Dorothy Swanbom, 218 fc 2Sc CABBAGE_ Ib> 3C
hassee spent from Friday until enjoyed an educational trip to
SKI SCHOOLOF
Wednesday with his wife and Marineland last Friday. They (j) ._
daughters here. were accompanied by Mrs. Fred
The Theodore Crews family :Moore and :Mrs. Leila Mae Hiatt. '
spent Sunday at Clay Hill with The Leonard Prevails visitedMr. FLOWERSFer Golden Sugared or
the J. T.-Marklee Padgett fami and Mrs. Gad Griffis and Peach or Blueberry
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Prevatt in All Occasions New Kingsley Beach CinnamonDONUTS
lies.Mrs.. Louie Belle Wainwright Starke on Sunday. They also
and Louis Frigo of Jacksonville visited little Miss Ruth Wright, DISH CARDEDPOTTED PIES
This Is Your Chance To See And Ride In
railed on the Steve Starlings on the little girl who was hit by a PLANTS
in front of Bradford High
Saturday. car
Mrs. Connie Padgett is con- School, to Bradford County Hos- POTTERY These New 1957 Mercury Powered Boats. Jane Parker Your Choice!
fined to Bradford County Hos pital in the afternoon.Mr. Jane Parker Your Choice!
and Mrs. Ray Crawford Flowers WiredA1I1where
pital.Miss Elizabeth Terry had as spent Sunday in Jacksonvillewith EVERYBODY INVITED! Box of Dozen Each 49c
Friday night guests Mrs. G. W. Mr'and Mrs. H. R. Crawford 20c

Durham of Jacksonville, and and family. .
Mrs. G. E. Strickland of Gainesville. I Mr. and :Mrs Irwin T. Shaw Nona St Starke And It's All FREE -
and daughter of Cocoa spent
Edwin Padgett attended a Saturday night with :Mr. and I A&P Unpeeled Halves I Northern I
family reunion at the home of Mrs.. Winton Parrish at the State _

APRICOTS No. 303 can 21* TISSUE 3''for< 25



HIGHER STATE TAXES LOOM A&P Dark SweetCHERRIES

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1 Between 1930 and 1956, Florida's population has increased for teachers' pay increases, nuclear energy projects, for Charm 100 Feet

\ 157%. In the same period, costs of state gov costs of Junior Colleges and other undesignatedernment GREEN PEAS 2 27c
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have increased 1,600%. Now, appropriations projects. .
WAXPAPERI9c
bills have been introduced in the State Legislature call- -_

ing for expenditures of over $100,000,000.00 above Florida is a growing state, but our, growth increases

past expenditures. -* do not warrant a 1,000% increase in our state governmental Hill-0-Home ,

*- costs. The appropriations under consideration Chunk Star-Kist

\ There are those in high office who are working daily will bring forth the most exorbitant, wasteful, extravagant CANDIED YAMS 14-z pkg 23'

to make this proposed new increase a fact. This additional and uncalled-for budget in the history of Florida S '
taxation is to be placed on top of the heavy one that will have to be met by sacrifices by your TUNA 6'/oz!4 31c

,. County, City, School and Federal taxes you are already family of many necessities that you have worked hard
carrying. to win. The high taxes required by this proposed legislation West Peak

will have to come out of your earnings. If you,
Marcal Dinner
The State Legislature is discussing appropriations bills don't want this extra tax increase then wire, write or STRAWBERRIES Ilb2for 49 Large Size

that border on $600,000,000.00. This does not even phone your legislators in Tallahassee today. Time is .
include the other $100,000,000.00 that will be required short-do it now! -_ NAPKINS lie

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said Complaint will be taken as weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph. -
For Gov. Collins At
Dinner Held BlandingOfficers' confessed by you. .
This notice shall be published Dated this 7th day of : ,
May 1957.
Enlisted Men's Club at held artistic arrangement of
Club By Officials Of CentennialGovernor an once ea<*h week for four consecutive (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Camp Blanding was decorated "n pink roses in a silver container, weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Clerk of the Ctrrait Court

the Dixie Belle Showboat theme flanked pink candles in silver graph. ,By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
LeRoy Collins was the receiving line in the foyer by Dated this 8th day of May 1957. 5/10 4t 5/31

the honor guest at a dinner party were Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Gov- for the lovely JuniorSeniorprom candelabra. A unique paddle (OFFICIAL SEAL) I

given Monday evening in the Of- ernor Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Guy which was held there last wheel with white streamers, representing Charles Clerk A. Darby.of the Circuit Court !.' tircBlt NOTICE CoBrt.TO Bradford APPEAR Ceaaty,

ficers Club at Camp Blanding by Andrews, and Mayor and Mrs. Friday evening from 8:30: to 12 water flowing, was By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I PlnrMat I. Cfcaaccry.
orchestra. 5/10 4t 5/31 Lucy Dorothy Patterson, Plaintiff,
the officials and committee chair- W. T. Jackson. Mrs. T. T. Long o'clock. placed next to the vs. Thomas P. Patterson Defendant.

men of the Starke Centennial invited guests to the terrace Spanish moss and multicolored During the evening a delightful NOTICE TO APPEAR Case No. 10-207$
la Cirrnlt Court. Bradford CoBBty, Notice To App..al'lTo
floor show
was given by
activities.The where tomato juice cocktails balloons were hung in festoons, Florida I. Chancery. : Thomas P. Patterson, whose
:?4- spacious club was beauti- were served by :Mrs. W. B. Sewell leaves and blossoms Mary Jane and Patty Bigham of James Jay Eckert, Plaintiff, n. ,residence. and address is: Unknown
and magnolia Brooker and Mike Harfod of Ruth :Marie Eckert, Defendant.Case .u are hereby notified that a
fully decorated for the occa- and Mrs. Clyde Sinclair. No. 10-2180 suit for divorce
sion with handsome arrange- Following the buffet dinner, lent charm to the Southern Jacksonville, who presented Vntlre To 4tp*.r has been filed against you in the
setting. Individual tables placed several tap, ballet and panto- To: Kuth :Marie Eckert. whose above named Court and cause and
ments of yellow summer flowers Mr. Andrews chairman of the
residence and address is: 224 Lake you are required to serve a copy of
placed against a background oj Centennial Committed, intro- around the dance floor were mime numbers. Miss Sylvia Avenue, Lyndhurst, New Jersey. your answer or pleading to the
with and silvered Paulk two numbers. You are nereoy noiiflea mat complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
centered pink' sang a
magnolia leaves and palms. duced out of town guests, and suit to! divorce H. C. Baldwin. P. O. Box 104,
Typical of the family groups seen in Starke this week The buffet table, where all presented Governor Collins, Senator magnolia leaves.: The beautifully Approximately 100 couples enjoyed has eeen filed against you In the Gainesville. Florida

I are Mr. and Mrs. Gene Noegel and three children, pictured appointments were of silver, Charley E. Johns, 'and appointed refreshment table this delightful affair. j.u above are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of and of the file Clerk the of original the Circuit in the Court office on

held center arrangement of Speaker of the House Doyle E. answer pleading to the or Before the
r" here in their attractive Centennial costumes (Photos above a your or complaint 10th day of June, 1957;
chrysanthemums, tulips, and Conner, each of whom made a Band Leaves William D. Morgan, 507 Clark on, the plaintiff's' Attorney otherwise the
allegations of said
and below by Bullington) I E-uilding. Jacksonville 2, Florida Alfred C. Scott 301 Smith BUilding -
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I statice in tones of yellow and short talk.Governor. I and file the original in tne office vi Jacksonville 2, Florida Complaint ed hv yon will be taken as. confess

j deep tangerine, arranged in an Collins expressed the To Compete In tha Clerk of the Circuit Court on or and file the original In the uitiue of This notice mall be published
Betty Gunter Weds befnre ttlfl tne Clerk of .the Circuit Court on or
once each week four
antique silver bowl. Silver can- regret of Mrs. ,Collins at being 10th day of June 1957; before the in the BRADFORD for consecutiveweeks
James Stallard In delabra held tall, burning yellow unable to attend the opening of otherwise the allegations of said 10th day of June, 1957; TFI.KORAPH. COUNTY
I State TourneyThe Complaint will be taken as contested otherwise the allegations of said Dated this 7th day of May 1957.
tapers. Starke's Centennial due to previous by you. Complaint will be taken a. confessed (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles
Brunswick Ceremony Greeting guests at the door social commitments in This notice snail be published ny you. Clerk of the Circuit A. Darby Court.
School Band one each week for four consecutive This notice shall be published By Marian
L.
were Mrs.: James A. Griffin and connection with the Legislative Bradford High week. In the Bradford County Tele once teach week for four consecutive Crosby. Deputy Clerk
Miss Betty Jewell Gunter, 55 members strong, left Wednes- i graph. 5/10 4t 5/31
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. Standing In session In Tallahassee.It's .
daughter of E. E. Gunter of 'day afternoon for Orlando to compete Dated this 7th day of May, 1957.O5'FICIAL .
(, SEAL) Charles A. Darb fr -.-----
Brunswick, Ga., and the late K in the State Band Meet for -- Clerk of the-Circuit Gout.-- -

Mrs. Gunter, former residentsof the first time. They were trans- By Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk "

Starke, became the bride of -'-- ported In a school bus and were 5/10 4t 5/31 See BILLY JACKSONFOR

James E. Stallard, son of Mr. I'I accompanied by Bandmarier El- NOTICE TO APPEAR

and Mrs. R. D. Stallard, c.f t. c den Mathews, and chaperones, !. Clrrmlt Coort. Bradford CoBBtr.
____ j,..,. Florida I. Chancery
Brunswick, on April 20. The d& : Mrs. Sarah Hunter, and Mrs. Theodore C. Jennings, Plaintiff, vs.

wedding took place in the Mc- _ tr I Etta Faye Gill.; Lois Smith Jennings, Defendant.Case No. 10-2182. TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT, DISKING
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Kendree Methodist Church in been a glamorous, glorious -I celebrated her 3rd birthday witha The local band has qualifiedfour Retire To Appear

Brunswick with Rev. W. C. Bry- week, with enough memories party for neighborhood friends soloists Archie Green, residence To: Lois and Smith address Jennings is: ,858 whose W. And All Type Tractor Work

ant officiating. stored up to last a lifetime, and last Saturday .. Vergie Flynn Burge Searing, Harold Tyus, and 41st Street, Norfolk, Virginia..
the bride's attendantswas _ David Canova to compete In You ar" hereby notified that a PHONE 165
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Among ,. then some Years now, sold out her merchandise and suit for divorce
i the meet. The Band, as a whole,
her niece, Miss Kay Christmas 4e: grandmas will be telling their has closed the doors of her Ron- baa been filed against you in thl
will be judged in concert, sight above named Court and cause and
of Starke who was maid grandchildren how handsome nie-Donnie store Richard and W.T. JACKSON TRANSFER
reading, and marching ability. you are required to serve a copy of .
(At honor. She wore a camellia grandpa looked in his Centennial Esther Carter have moved into your answer or pleading to the

pink ballerina dress of crystal- 1q; beard .. and grandpas will be their lovely new home on the The band left Wednesday afterparticipating" complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney -_ ---.J
William D. Morgan, 507 Clark
in the School Paradeas
ette, and a headpiece of pink ::4 bragging about the lovely picture : Lawtey-State Farm Road Building Jacksonville 2. Florida
dusted with Her bou- a part of the Starke Centen- and file the original in the office -A
tulle pearls. : made in her crinolines *
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grandma Employees Garden Restaurant
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nial feritivities. It will return Friday of the Clerk of the Circuit Court OB
quet was of white chrysanthemums. I Truly, a Centennial gave a nice surprise party or before the
The bridesmaids wore comes "once in a lifetime," and recently for Stella Kopelousos and take part in the final 10th day of June, 1957;
Centennial parade on Saturday. otherwise the allegation. of said
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similar dresses in different col most Starkites have certainly (Mrs. George) .. Archie Thomas Complaint will be taken as confessed Centennial

ors. I II made the most' of this one and celebrated his 5th birthday en Mrs. Ada Griffis Dies This by notice you. snail be published
The bride wore a ballerina have had loads of fun Those April 26 with a party for 19 once each week for four consecutive

length dress of white embroidered I who didn't join in will just haveto youngsters .. and Lee Darbywas Here Following Illness graph.weeks in the Bradford County Tele

lace and net over taffeta. She, Cot and Sirs. W. II. Nollman sit around, I guess, and wait hostess April 27 at a neighborhood Dated this 7th day of May, 1957. While

carried a white lace covered "go Centennial" to church on Sun- for the next one! party celebrating her Funeral services for Mrs. Ada (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of )the Charles Circuit A. Darb Court

prayer bock topped with white day. Mrs. Xollman Is"a granddaughter Governdr Collins commended 8th .. If you haven't seen it Prevatt Griffis, 61. of Starke ,By Marian i... Crosby. Dennty Clerk Speczal'Last

orchids and lilies of the valley. of Professor George Starke highly on its celebration yet, be sure to take a look at were held in the Boatdrain Bap- 5/10 4t 5/31

:Mrs. J. A. Christmas of Starke Looney, early Starke educator. when he spoke briefly at a din- the lovely window of antiques tist Church Sunday afternoon SOTICfc-TO APPEAR

a sister of the bride, assisted In ner in his honor Monday nightat arranged 'by Evalyn Ritch"at with ,the Rev. Coleman Padgett I* Cirealt Coart, Bradford. Cematy.Florldai .
la Chancery.Charles
serving at the reception which the Officers Club He was Starke Hardware Most of officiating. Burial followed in I II I Pfeffer, Plaintiff vs.

was held after the ceremony in very gracious, saying that much the objects displayed belong to I the family plot In Kingsley Lake IHannah Pfeffer, Defendant. ,
Case No. 10-2185 :
the social hall of the church.Mr. had been said about the "sacri Ruby Johns Other interesting Cemetery. ]I Notice To Appears PLATFORM

and Mrs. Stallard are residing fice" he made to be here ()D Centennial windows are being To: Hannah Pfeffer, whose resi-
died
:Mrs. Prevatt
Friday
: dence and addess is: 205 Tenafly
at 2614 Market St. in opening day, but that it was shown by Marilyn Roberts, Leila morning following a brief illness Road, Englewood New Jersey

Jacksonville, where Mr. Stallard just the other way aroundthetown Mundy, Bill Graham, and Becky She was born Feb. 20, You are hereby notified that a
suit for divorce, custody and
con-
is associated with the Duval and its citizens had made Simpson .. 1896 at Green Cove Springs. trol of minor children, supportof
County Board of Public Instruc- the "sacrifice" in staging the Hear that Barbara Colley and her husband. defendant and minor children
Surviving are has been filed against in the ROCKERS
tion. celebration and he was enjoying Pat Kucera, nurses at Charity Eugene Griffis; two sons, Clif- above named Court and you cause and 1-c;

every minute of it. He brought Hospital, New Orleans, made the ton and Ray Griffis, both of vou are required to serve a copy of

Junior Woman's Club greetings from "Mary Call" (the Honor Society at the hospital Starke; a daughter, Mrs. Hazel your answer on the or pleading Plaintiffs to AttorneyT. the complaint -

first lady) and said how much two of the eight out of 77 Walden of Avon Park two Frank Landrum, P. O. Box
;
Installs New OfficersThe Call 546, Starke, Florida Reg. $25.95
Junior who
having in the official Class
1' she appreciated brothers, John Prevatt of Flora- and file the original In the office of
Street named in honor of her rated Add "mother's littlehelpers" of Jacksonville the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
home and Arch Prevatt
,
Club held ..
Junior Woman's or before the
Keith Value
Richard 4-year-old David _
election and Installation of officers ., great grandfather and a sister, Mrs. Richard 10th day of June 1957;
Call, who was Governor of Florida Williams decided to bake a birthday Lee of Starke. otherwise the allegations of said .
at their regular monthly Complaint will be taken as confessed -
while it was still a territory cake for his daddy, Willard j
May 2, with }11.tjL I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homeof by you. NOW
meeting Thursday The scene at the Governor'3dinner and broke 15 eggs into a bowl This notice shall be published
Mrs. A. Russell Norman as in- long to be remembered and took them under the houseto Starke was in charge of ar once each week for four consecutive
one
was
rangements. weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph -
stalling officer. with beaus and belles beat 'em He was" busily
The newly elected officers are: Centennial finery, engaged in the when his Dated this 7th day of :May 1957. :
Jr. president; in all their process (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby 95
Mrs. A. J. Thomas Church
strolling or chatting on the I mother found him, surrounded Hope Baptist Clerk of the Circuit Court
Mrs. John A. Torode, vice presi- beautiful club patio overlooking with odds and ends of pots and Slates By Marian I.. Crosby Deputy Clerk
4t
HomecomingThd. 5/10 5/31
recording -
Randal Chitty
dent: Mrs. this was and from head to
Lake If pans eggy 14
Ronald Kingsley
Mrs.
secretary: NOTICE APPEAR
Griffis corresponding secretary; a sample, life certainly must footOnly. annual Homecoming of la Circuit Coirt. Bradford Ceaaty. .
colorful and romantic -i two more days of the Hope Baptist Church will be held Florida; IB Ckaa.eerr. I .
Mrs Al Harley, treasurer. have been more Vlerdena Fanning, Plaintiff, vs.
days" .1 Centennial left, so be sure to on Mother's Day, May 12. The Billie Fanning, Defendant.
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Preceding the installation a in the "good make the most of it .. The morning service will begin at 10 Case No. 10-2186 PHONE 80

business session was conductedby Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cars well don Already the men folk are be- beard shaving contest at the o'clock and will be concluded Notice: Billie To AppearTo Fanning, whose residence 123 EAST CALL STREET

Mrs. Carl Roberts, president.The their Centennial finery to help ginning tCJ wonder how their stadium, Saturday night shouldbe i with dinner on the grounds at and address is: Unknown.
devotional was given by lend will adjust to them when hilarious I You are hereby notified that a ,
atmosphere to the Centurama families and festivitieswill 12:30. suit for divorce has been filed ,
Mrs. Robert Mullins, and all department audience. 'they start shaving off their come to an end with the The evening service will beginat ,against. you In the above named I
chairmen made their this weekend .. Growinga final 'Court and cause and yon are required
beards dance (informal) at the 7:30 o'clock and will be the I
it : to serve a copy of your an-
annual reports. beard is a gradual thing USO after the pageant .. See beginning of a series of revival :,swer or plekdlng to the complaint Don't Wait for the HEARSETo

Following the installation, WCTU MeetingThe gives folks time to get used to you there services. The pastor Rev. Merle ,on Landrum the Plaintiff's, Box 546.Attorney Starke,T.Florida Frank

gifts were presented to the outgoing the one growing it as it goes Carolyn; Packham, extends an Invitation ,.and file the original In the office
officers. But getting rid of it of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
.
WCTU met along attend both
Friday afternoon tet the public to
or before the 10th day of June,
Hostesses for .the meeting May 3, with the business will be quite another thing don't! Roman Futches Fete of these services. 1957; otherwise the allegations of

were Mrs. T. G. Ritch, chairman; session opened by the president, Now you see it now you

Mrs. Eugene Long, Mrs. Harold Mrs. Florence Hipple. Choruses .. Jim Groover says he's going Golden AnniversaryMr. Rabies ClinicA

Norman, Mrs. George Shuford, were sung, followed by prayer i to let little four-month-old Kim
Mrs. Clarence Mrs. Jo him de-beard himself bit and Mrs. Roman W. Futchof SPEED-
Taylor by Mrs. Jennie Thornquest, vice- watch rabiea clinic for the
Ann York, and Mrs. Drew Rat- president.The by bit so she'll get used to who'semerging Middleburg will observe their inocula-I
from behind those tion of dogs ,will be held
liff. devotional period was con- golden wedding anniversary with Take I IriJ
You
A CHURCH !
along morning. to
whiskers Kim came tey Saturday veteri-I I
ducted by Mrs. Alma Oerig who open house on Mother's Day. The
little before Jim startedhis narian will'' be at the city
just a
UDC MeetingThe used Scripture references with she thinks that's occasion will be celebrated In I ; I
spiritual comments. Members of beard, and :to inoculate dogs from 9 to 11 I m one
of course the Community House in Middle-
W. T. Weeks Chapter of the local union were grieved to his natural look, a.m. and from 11 until 12 will: be
she won't know dad- burg from 3 to 6 CHAIN SAWHoffco's
afraid m. Sun- REVIVALAT
He's p. on
the United Daughters of the Con- learn of the recent death of sudden at the Negro schooL

federacy met in the home of Mrs. J. J. Bradford, state treasurer dy if she sees face him all-of' the a shock day, May 12. All friends of thq County Sanitarian Jack Trawick

Mrs. W. B. Mundy on Wednes- of Plant City.. with a bare great! couple are invited to call. urged all dog owners to bring

day, May 1. Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Members are being added from might Had be a note too from Ruth Moore Mrs. Futch Is the' former Miss their animals to' these points for AT
chapter president presided, with
time to time and interest re stating that she and Williamare Mattie Conner of Raiford. protection against rabies. The
Mrs. L. A. Davis acting as sec
newed. At the close of the meet- moving into their new homeat program is ,sponrored by the --" "

retary. ing refreshments were served on Merritt Island (near Cocoa) Bradford County Health Dept.

Routine business was conducted the Tabernacle lawn. this week .. William is employed Elementary PTAThere and a cost of $1.50 will be chargedfor Baptist Church

and plans made for the annual Patrick'Air Force the ino ulation.
at '
now
; will be an installation
in June. An inter-
picnic Linda Haas Fetes Base, and she is doing Red Cross of officers and a covered dish I V-3 Chain Saw, with in VoriSpdtrcAin's
the life of
esting program on volunteer work at Eau Gallic .. supper at the regular meeting of *04< 9'vi. speed for HjMtirWftj (7 Mi. South of Starke On Road 100)
Alexander }Hamilton Stephenswas
Fourth BirthdayLinda Byron Newcomb and.Bucky Buck the Starke Elementary PTA Mrs. J. H. Chitty entered Brad-, ; fend! power for fc; vydutyf

given by the chapter hlstorl- were discharged at Ft. Jackson.S. Tuesday'evening starting at en 7 ford County Hoq>ital on Thursday ,!nj-ot the tort ef ONE chain sow May 12.19 7:30 Nightly
Mrs. Mattie Gahagan. Haas celebrated.her.
an. C. last Friday after two yearsIn o'clock In the Cafetorium. Stop! In end! ite it in action today!
Refreshments were served after fourth birthday anniversary witha service with the past 16 for surgery.

the meeting.Kingsley' party at the home of her parents Hear that During the program a one- Good Bible
months in Korea minute film will be shown of the Singing .... Preaching
l '
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Haas Silcox cashier at Winn- NOTICE TO APPEAHIB
Fannie
,
Brownlee% road. local children entering the cafeteria Clrettt Cevrt. Braafor Ceaary, .
the
Y\V A on Dixie, will replace Louise Tenly during Florida Products PUrUat IB Caaa+eiT.
Feature of the occasion wasa as clerk in the City Hall starting week Frances Damato Plaintiff vs. John '

Members of the Kingsley Lake circus birthday cake topped Monday .. Louise is resigning Damato Defendant.Case No. 10-218J

Baptist Church YWA honored with colored animals, a clown because of her health ... Bess ITetle T. AppearTo '
HOMECOMING M. L Packham
: John Damato, whose residence PastorEvangelistThe
their mothers with a Mothers' and a "big top. Burns is the new librarian, re- and address IsU" Ellery
,
Day tea last Thursday night Twenty-five young guests placing Mrs. Claude Brown at Homecoming services will be Street Ton are Brooklyn.kerenr New notified York..tat. m K. & J. GARAGE

from 6:30 to 8:30 In the home were served small cakes, each Bradford County Library ... held at the Oak prove Baptist salt for a divorce, care, custody "
of Mrs. Evelyn Bradley. Eleven decorated with an animal on top. Hear that Gail Duke was selected Church on Sunday, May 19. Din- and control of minor childbaa Yi Mile South on 'U.S. 301v Preaching, Like The Hearse, Will

mothers were present and refreshments The guests were given favors as" Sophomore counselorat ner on the grounds will beginat Above been named filed Court against and yon cause In and tie Phone 474-R Be Old Fashioned

of cakes, sandwiches I of balloons and surprise pack- FSU for 1957-58 ... 1 p. m. and singing will be you are required to serre a oopy of Starke, Florida
your answer or pleading to the
and punch were served. ages. 1ay Turner of the State Farm conducted In the afternoon. complaint,on the Plaintiffi Attorney

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I Ray Stone- J. E. Sherwood John lagan A. J. Thomas Jr. T. G. RashPhysician L. L. Libby I

Minister Surveyor Attorney Mechanic
Clerk
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,, No phase of Starke's Centen- hedges after the Centennial is
ti -'-'-' nial celebration has caused so over. Wives will see to that.

: much conversation, consternation, Pictured on this page are a ..ryer
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and good natured joking as the few of the many beard styles

crop of beards that began sprout- that have been glimpsed on the

<: ing around town soon after the streets of Starke in recent weeks. i

first of the year. Most men hav.e Some of these will undoubtedlyenter
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t become so used to them now that the Beard Judging Contest elit rsi
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they have already forgotten what this Saturday on the courthouse tIi i

; 1 they looked like without their grounds at 5 p. m. Awards will

1j j full-blown whiskers. Children be given for the bushiest, fanci- a

who at first ran screaming at est, blackest, reddest, and best m
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1 I Ii ,'J t.... the sight of daddy's wooly face, two-tone beards on display at i k$ .

II have also grown accustomed to that time. All men with beardsare
f I the beards and will probablyhave invited to enter the contest. i

e I a hard time adjusting to a Those who place high in 'the 'x ]

smooth-cheeked father come this bushiest category will be eligibleto

weekend. Although it's been lots enter the Beard Shaving Con- '. .....
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Rabb R. E. Edmondson of fun, few if any males are test at the stadium at 7:30 p. Lex Green
Freeman Register Drew Ratliff Cornelius Moore Harry Tommy LewisGas John A. TorodeOil Ira G. Harrfe I
I Oil Distributor Auto Dealer Policeman Insurance Agent Hospital Adm. expected to keep their ornamental m. Saturday. Auto Dealer Attendant Dealer Theatre Manager1st

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Mrs. A. Z. Adkins entertained. Uncle Dock Sgt. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe of 'Nike' Missile On Display Here I Mr. and Mrs. James O'Sullivanof ludy CanovaSends Lt. and Mrs. Ervin Andrew3and
Fort Benning, Ga. are home this St. Louis, Mo. have purchased 4
Woman'sClub
members of the Junior son, David, of Lackland Air
week for the Centennial Festivi- I.the Temple Motel from Hill Dixon
executive board at a social A Force' Base, Texas are home 0:'
Will Play Fiddle ies. and took charge the first of May.
get-together; bn Wednesday .eve- I II Regrets ten days leave with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Thomasof I Mr. and :Mrs. George Sandersof
ring of last week. I Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk an I
Punta Gorda are visiting Mr. : Wytheville, Va. are guests thin
Here And A
Mrs. Ruth Clark of Miami and Saturday Big Hug Mr. and Mra Reddish Andrews.
and Mrs. Calvin Johns this week. week of Mr. and Mrs. Guy An-
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis, J
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and Mrs. N. D. WainwrIght I
Mr.
-- -- Mr. and Mrs. John A. Torode rews.
cf Hollywood are visiting Mr and and family were visiting Dr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen and n I:and children of Gainesville we

Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and family Mrs. Frank Kilgo in Columbus, children,.Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, and Tuesday evening dinner guests c
her mother Mrs. Lucile Day
this week. Ga. over the weekend.Mr. Mrs. J. W. Lee spent Sunday at I ,
and to attend the Centennial Festivities -
and Mrs. Dave Paulk have the Brownlee cottage at St. at the Stadium.

had as guest during this week Augustine Beach.

Mayor and Mrs. Jeff Paulk of Mrs. Effie Carter had as weekend 'S y Xs here also reside in the sam

Willacoochee, Ga., Mr. and Mrs.T. 1 guests Mrs. Virginia McGuireof city, and joined Judy in expressing *

FLORIDATHEATRE O. Webb of Jacksonville. Mr. Orlando and Miss Minnie Carterof .. regret at not being able

end Mrs Tom Martin of Gaines- Maxville. to attend the Centennial.

ville, and Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Mrs. Fred Guy of Gainesville .
I. Milton of Macclenny. spent the first of the week with ,
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her mother, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. "
Mrs. W. B. Parks left Thurs-
day for Atlanta to ''be with her Mrs. W. H. Nollman was the

son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and luncheon guest last Friday of Mrs. DIC
Miriam Kickliter! in Green Cove 8 ,. r
Mrs. Dameron Black, Jr. and '
FRL, SAT., MAY 10-11 Springs. i TARKE
family while her granddaughter I. FLA.
DOUBLE FEATURE Kitten Black, undergoes surgeryin :H: ., Mr. and Mrs. Leo Champion
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entertained at a family fish fry
Clinic.
Mayo :-
1'--- Mr. and Mrr. Harold Wall and last Friday evening for the birth- SUN., MON., TUBS.,
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Uncle Dock Andreu well knownin This actual Army "Nike" missile is a featured attrac-
day anniversaries of Mrs. Don '
children, Nancy and Bill, of St. :MAY 12.1s-
6QfI fiddling circles in this area Augustine, and Mr. and Mrs. Tony tion at the Armed Forces exhibit and other events here Champion and Bill Thompson.Mrs. DOUBLE FEATURE

for more than half a century E. O. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. 1'tn ,
I Grimaldri of Tampa will be week- during this Centennial Week. In addition to its appearance '
," will be in Starke this Saturday end of Mr. and Mrs. Junius C. A. Gheesling, and Fred and' FINGER MANFrank
I IOIIN COUIJtI guests at the Starke armory, Nike has appeared in all parades dur- I
ttOMFICLft UM .for the Centennial Fiddling Con- Walter Clark of St. Augustinewere
v Smith. the week and also at the stadium Lovejoy, Forrest Tucker
ing prior to the pageant.
KIM *M test on the courthouse groundsat Mr. and Mrs. Will Slade and Sunday viators of Mrs.
; L TAYLOR DAVIS it is located around town and and Peggie Castle
5 p. m. family of Baxley Ga. will be During the day Army person- George Gardiner. }

AND "I wouldn't" miss it for the weekend guests of Mr. and Mra tel is on hand to answer questions and give information!' Mrs. J. H. Moncrief and daughetr PLUSTonight's

world" Uncle Dock said in a I Clyde Sinclair. concerning this famed defense missile. I Mrs. Steve Walker, and son Y l The Night
: aIn
,1'V : 5 w long dfshanau! telephone inter- Miss Joanne Slade 'and Tom leave Saturday for Charleston, S. -

I THEY TAMED A view with the Telegraph yester- Slade, Jr. of Atlanta spent last i Mrs. Olin White,* Jr. entered Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollmanhad C. to spend their vacation with TECHNICOLOR:

TROPIC ..aLDEKNESSIMGM day at his home in Lake City."I weekend with their parents Mr. Bradford County Hospital on as Thursday evening dinner Mr. and Mrs. Robert Underill. a letter to The Telegraphthis David NIven Yvonne DeCarloand

t"' IIKMU haven't been feeling well late- and Mrs. T H. Slade Sr. Saturday for obarvation and i guests Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H. Mrs. Lola Johnson and D. F. week Starke's' chief claimto Barry Fitzgerald

GREGORY JANE ly, but Tm going to try and Miss Helena Ranly of Miamis- treatment. Dawkina and daughter Janelle Baker of Ocala will be weekend fame in the entertainmentworld Plus Color Cartoon For Kit

PECK( WYMAN.eEMt play at least one number for: my burg, Ohio is visiting Dr and Mra. Attend the Revival at Hope ;and Mrs. D. C. Dawkins, Sr. of guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miss Judy Canova '

.\ old friends of Bradford County." A. Y. Covington this week. Baptist Church, May 12 through Jacksonville. Godwin. I expressed regret at not being
Miss Martha Ann Winkler of 19th 7:80 nightly. and Mrs. W. E. able to attend WED. THURS. MAY 15-15
Other well known fiddlers who I M-Sgt. ,, Plum- Mrs. B. F, Haines of Winter Starke's. Centen- ,
have already registered for the Live Oak is home for a five day I Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Struth mer and daughters of' Atlanta Park is spending this week with nial Celebration. DOUBLE FEATURESHAKEDOWN
vacation this weekend. and daughters and Mrs. George I-were Thursday to Sunday guestsof
If. contest are J. E. Hollingsworthand ner'son and daughter-in-law Rev. Judy was extended an officialinvitation
i Mr. and Mrs Ned and Roberts of Lawtey will spend the Mr. and Mrs.
I both of Yancey M. F. Hazen.
Melvin Crawford, ; and Mrs. L. D. Haines and family. several weeks ago,
I Lake Butler and Joe Wood and children are spending the Mother's first of next week with relativesin Mrs. T. W. Oliver, Sr. of St. Mrs. George Manassa and and told that if she could makeit Howard Duff gad Brian DonktyPLUS

TECHNICOLORPLUS Mrs. R. Rinicelli of Starke Day weekend with Mrs. Yancey's Deland.Mr Simons Island and Mrs. C. W. daughters* Patty and Cecelia, of here for 'the celebration, a
I.rcr.r.r..rwt mother, Mrs. J. P. Stevens .and Mrs. Bill Barron of Denny of Savannah, Ga. were Green Cove
turn
Many others are expected to Springs were Monday special day would be designatedas
up in time for the start at 5 Sanford.Mr. Tuscaloosa Ala. were Friday to guerits during this week of :Mr. visitors of' Mr and Mrs. Inman Judy Canova Day in her hone1' LARCENY
and Mrs. F. P. Hines of Wednesday guests of Miss Bar- and Mrs. W. H. Nollman. 'Green .
p. m. Saturday. A cash prize will Dan Duryea, John Payne
Branford are spending a few days bara Spencer.C. Jan Mundorff of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch had
r be awarded to the best fiddler, Oglethorpe I In and Joan Caulfield
her
with their daughter, Mrs. B. T.Thomas H. Quick .returned home expressing regrets the
also receive University, Atlanta will be home .as guests during the weekend
and runners-up will
Serial famous star of
Cartoon and radio
awards. and family. Monday after being confined in for the weekend.Mr. i Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crosby and television Plus Color Cartoon For Kid;
Mrs. Don Cornell and son, Scott, Bradford County Hospital over Ison stage, and screen said that plans
Richard, of Wesconnett, Mr.
Walter S. Sibley will be masterof and Mrs. William Nelson
for
a new television series madeit
SUN., MON., TUES., ceremonies for this event. of Massillon, Ohio and Mrs. the weekend. The Quicks hadas and daughters of Jacksonvillewere and Mrs Othello B. Dukes of Lake FRL, SAT., MAY 17-18
imperative that she
meet with
of Plant and Mrs.
I Esther S. Johnson City weekend visitors Mr.
MAY 12-13-14 Butler, and Mrs. Oneega Dukesof
II afternoon of DOUBLE
Saturday guests FEATURE
I were weekend guests of Mrs W. Edward Millen of Folkston, Ga., prospective sponsors in New
Washington, D. C.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Taylor are H. Struth and Miss Kate Struth. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Quick, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman. York City this week. VERA CRUZ

JOth CENTUM-fOX prmnti flying to Cleveland, Ohio on Mrs. J. J. Lipsey of Branfordi of Statenville, Ga., and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs G. C. White of "Give the old town my special

Deborah; Robert Sunday to attend the American spending this week with her Mrs. J. W. Jones and children of Tallahassee were Sunday guestsof regrets," Judy wrote, "and a TECHNICOLOR:

KERR MITCHUM Mining Congress Coal Show for daughter, Mrs./ Foster Shi Smith Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Levy Canova. big hug for everybody.. I do wish Gary Cooper and Burt Lancast *
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five days. end family. Mrs. E. Andrews of Lake Misses Sophia and Helen Rei the Centennial every success and PLUS

Butler visited Mr. and Mrs. N. noehl of Jacksonville and Mr. and would have liked nothing better
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e B. Rosier on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. A. S. Reinoehl of Doctor's than to have been with you on The Iron Petticoat
USETuxedo .
Capt. Ed Silvernail of Fort Inlet were Sunday afternoon this happy occasion." TECHNICOLOR
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Meade, Md., former resident, was visitors of Mr. and :Mra E. M. Miss Canova is a native ot Bob Hope and Katharine Hepbun

visitinng friends here on Tuesday.Mrs. Davis. Starke and now resides in North Plus
Serial Chapter No. 3
FeedsFor Eve Godwin entered Brad- Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs and Bradford County Hospital an- Hollywood Calif. Her sister,

ford County Hospital on Wed- family of Decatur, Ga: arrived noxincesthe following births: Mrs. Anne C. Diggs, and he Cartoon. For Children. .

I nesday for observation I Thursday to spend the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Renfroeof brother, Leo, both well known -. -
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Mr. and Mrs Louis Irby and with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sil Starke, a son, Delray, May 2 -
:Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith are Mr. and Mrs. David Burton

spending the weekend in Nassau.Mr. cox.Mr.. and :Mrs. John cult of Chandler of Camp Blanding, a AdTtrtUement

PLUS CROWING Irby and Mr. Smith, represen Gainesville were visiting :Mr. and daughter, Susan Ann, May 4.
Developer tatives of Gulf Life Insurance Co., Mrs. Guy Andrewn on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Denver Moore of From where fm sittinliy Joe Marsh

"I Don't Care" Cartoon StarterCHICIII ,16co' LayingMash wen the trip from their company.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Shuman Gainesville announce the birthof ,

: C. H. Hall and Mrs. J. and family of Baldwin have rented a daughter, Joyce Annette, on

H. Hall of Newton, Ga. were the Harris house at 631 tPine- May 3 at Doctor's Hospital *
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. wood Drive, formerly occupied ,
WED., THURS.. MAY 15-16 H. Ritch. by the Leon Grays. Fish
Special Corn & Wheat Scratch BAKE SALE FryDid
Dr. and Mrs.Joe Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Lawton McCtillough ,

$3.85 per 100 Ibs. Mr. and Mrs. Brody Harris of of Winter Haven and Rev. St. Edward's Altar Society

lived Live Oak will be weekend guests and Mrs. L E. Enlow were Sun- will hold a bake sale Saturday; notice. how
you ever much From where I'm sittin', a huh:
PORK-MAKER HOG FEED of Mr.' and Mrs. Drew Ratliff. day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. on CalI'street next to Robert's
time is spent on talkin about puppy is a hush puppy and howyoa
I Friends of Mrs. Mayme I. Too- R. O. Dansby Jewelry!!
Strange mey will regret to learn that she different opinions? What brings fry 'em is your own likin'.

:IMsI was injured in a fall at her homein it to mind is an the talkin' that It's one of the few things a person

Baby Chicks and Poultry Equipment Jacksonville just after returning went on,.the other evenin' about eau decide for himself. It's

from the hospital, where she 11 7 am told Harry C. Ehod's is the the right and wrong way to cook good to have your own free

Rat, Mouse and Roach Killer was confined with pneumonia. hushpuppies. I just eat 'em and choice about some things such

Her Jacksonville address is 8905. enjoy _'em never gave much whether you like tea or coffee

Magic Bloom Gra- Eaton- Avenue. place to trade in Starke"Lowest thought to the fine points of beer or ale or even none
r one For Flowers returned
to
R. L. Lawson has cookin' 'em.
of them.
1 bNywCY.AoduOo Some places a personcan't
,
.
And Gardens his position in Pineville, Ky. after i i .
Premier Peat Moss I make a' choice let'skeep '
r three weeks vacation with his I Some said they should be done
Prices.Easi at Terms our country the way it is.
e family here., in this new store-bought short.,, .

Don't forget the Revival at &ia', others said they have to: CL (J, ,.
t AND SISTRU1 FEED & SEED ,
CO. Hope Baptist Church, May I 12 be done in home drawn lard .. T" I
through 19th. Plan now to attend! Starke's i' O
Leading Furniture with plenty 'of fish flavor.
Cartoon And Sports 539 E. Call St. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Lee were ..(\ ... \ ,
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Starke, Florida \ADd LP. Gas Dealer tfcbg
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PAGE SIX COUNTY. TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA ..... '. Ii"Rm4.v. XCAV .in.MAXVILLE 193fcvu '.
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.. TTYYYYf' and family. and family Misses Edith Cope- Avenue. Staten Island 9. New York. .
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support of minor child has been 1957 otherwise the allegation of
;
Notice is
Oscar Owens of tae U. S. land and Delores Coleman and TlEILBRONN Complaint for hereby Divorce given has that been a Helen Arlene Anderson Plaintiff, filed I said Com alnt will oe taken aa

Coast Guard spent a- few days Mrs. Lealer Harris attended the filed against you by the Plaintiff vs. Robert Lee Anderson Defendant.. against you In the above named confessed by you.

here with his mother, Mrs. Ruby Church of God in Lawtey Sun- in the above styled Court and you Case No. 10-2170 Court and cause ana you are reQuired : This notice shall be published
are hereby JTotlc Te each week for four consecnuve
required to serve a Appears to serve a copy of your an- once
Bin. C. B. SolanAAAAAAA&A&&AAAAAAAJAA&A Owens, and family. He will be day night. 11,1\1.... Ancel NonnaDA..AA&&A.&AAAAA&AAAAA copy of your answer and pleadingsupon To: Robert Lee Anderson whose swer or pleading to the complainton weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -
By stationed in Chicago when his Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham and / Charles A. Williams, Tubbs I residence is Corpus Christie, Texas the Plaintiffs Attorney .
Building, Melbourne Florida, At:. and whose address is: C/o Duncan Daniel A. Japour, 306 GuarantyLife Dated this 2nd day of May, 195.,
leave is children and Mrs. Earl Cannon torney for the
wereMr.
I Plaintiff and file Furniture Company 1337 South 'I' Building Jacksonville 2, (OFFICIAL SEAL)
and children visited in Macclenny the original answer or pleading in Staples Street. Corpus Christie Florida Charles A. Darby.
and Mrs. R. L. Hollimanand The I
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Isgett of Heilbronn WMU will hold the office of the Clerk of the Texas.
daughter of Palatka were last Thursday afternoon with its regular business :Circuit Court, Bradford County I and file the original in toe office of Clerk of the Circuit Court
Orange Park and Barbara Jane Mrs. Crews. meeting to- !Starke Florida on or before the You are hereby notified that a suit I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on By Marian U Crosby. Din 15rk.
recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Betty night (Friday) at 8 o'clock. All 10th day of June 1957. If you fail for divorce custody, control and or before. the 10th day of June 0 it
Grady and Margaret Ulricksonof B. Nolan and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson ladies are urged to be present.I I 1!to do so. a decree pro confesso will -- --
Jacksonville recent guests of I be taken against you for the relief ::
and family of Jacksonville visited
Stork Shower Please bring your coupons. demanded in the Complaint.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bell and
Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham and Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham Rev. S. F. Beard Witness my hand and seal at
made

with family them attended at the church Long services Branch Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson entertainedat and family from Sunday afternoon'visit In ness trip to Tampa this a week.busi- May Starke 1957.Charles Florida. this 6th day of Only 3 to MOTHER'S DAY

the home 0: Mrs. Higginbot- enroute home a> Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Knightand A. Darby Days
Church.D. Clerk
Baptist ham'on Monday night Apr. 29, Wildwood.Rev. girls of Jacksonville visited i By Marion of Circuit L. Crosby.Court Deputy Clerk. .

J. Parnsn has returned with a stork shower honoringMrs. Lester Taggart returned the D. I. Knights last weekend. 5/10 4t 5/31

home from the Bradford County J. C. Higginbotham. .Games home from the Bradford County Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hopkinsof MAKE

Hospital in Starke. He broke were played and prizes awarded Hospital last Thursday and Is In The Canatr Jadge'a Coart la
Tennessee visited Rev. and
and For
his in two and will Bradford Conaty., Florida. KOCH YOUR HEADQUARTERSBE
leg places after which the honoree openedher getting along nicely. Mrs. S. F. Beard Saturday af IB Probate
have to wear a cast for eight and attractive IX RE
many useful Mrs. Dan Hargroves and Mr. ternoon. Sunday guests of the : Estate of

weeks. gifts. Then refreshments were and Mrs. Kyle Cannon visited in Beards were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Guy Notice McKinney of Filing, deceased.PetitloB For

Rudy Higginbotham is now at served. Enjoying this, occasion Dinsmore Sunday with Mrs. Can- West of,, Jacksonville. Final UUcharge at Administrator

at the home of his uncle and with the hostesses and the hon- i non's sister Mrs. George Hurst Mr. and Mrs. M. Beach of To Notice All Whom is hereby It May given Concern that: I SURE -- BE SAFE -- BE ECONOMICAL

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Par- were Mesdames Hester have filed
aunt oree and family.Mr. Jacksonville were Sunday visitors my final 'returns as .
rish after nine weeks' i'1 Hicks. Lois Waters, Florence Administrator of the estate of Guy
a stay J. Parrish and .
and Mrs. D. of Mrs. Delores Carmichael. McKinney deceased; that I have
the Bradford County Hospital. Parrish, Frances' Adams. Addie children and Mrs. Hattie Nolan Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morgan ,of filed my petition for final .dis- With Each Purchase, Bottle of 49c
Griffis, Edward Edenfield, Ga- charge, and that I will apply
JIVe hope that he will soo'n.be Thursdayand to
.
drove to Starke last Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof the Honorable Theron A. Yawn, JACKSONVILLE
able to be'up! and about again. zelle Sweat. Elsie Rhoden, Vinie Bob Jr., PRiCEsl
met Mrs. Nolan's son, the R. L. Morgan family. County Judge of Bradford
M-Sgt H. R. Kileore. has returned Carter Norma Jean Carter Na- for a short County Florida, on June 3, A. D., ,. Rubbing Alcohol Only 19c
of Seville f 1957, for
Crawford, Nolan Mr. and Mrs. Bobby White ) approval of the same and
to Keesler AFB in Biloxl, than Starling Mary for final discharge as
visit:; .. Folkston Ga. visited the J. B. __ Administra-..____
Miss. for six months after a Yvonne Starling, Bonnie Higgin- tor of the p-. e state /if w_ X.UJ rinw AlWfVlUUCy Uftt. ,
Earl Wilkinsonand and the Ancel Normans deceased.
Mrs. Whites
brief visit here with his family. botham. Janie Higginbotham Misses :Merel, Mr.children and of Jacksonville spent Monday afternoon.A Charles M. Schmitt Our Store Is Still Loaded With All Kinds Of Gifts For. Mother .
Mrs. Dewey McPherson burned Mary Barry and Administrator of the estate
Higginbotham.Doss last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. number of our folks attended of Guy McKinney deceased.
her lee badly when she turned a and Jewel
has returned Drew Wilkinson.Mrs. the Bayless Highway Home- 5/10 4t 5/31
of hot grits over on herself. Higginbotham -
pot
The Maxville PTA met Wed- from a visit in BaltimOre'j G. M. Beach and Mrs. L. coming last Sunday. IB Circuit NOTICE Court TO APPEAR A FEWSUGGESTIONS BOXED CANDIES
and Mrs. Little Rachel Williams of Bradford Coaatj
nesdav, May 8. at 2:15 p. m. to Md. with his A. Ward of Hastings, Florldat IB Chancery.

install officers for the coming daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob ROb- W. A. Cannon of Palatka visited i Starke spent the weekend with Marilynn James A.L. Shampine, Plaintiff, vs.
,
family Sunday her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Shampine Defendant.
the C. B. Nolan Case No. 10-2176
year.Friends of Jim Rafuse will be inson.We regret that Mrs.J.. C. afternoon. Darby Gaskins. Votlre To A-.ear Whitman's
To: James
The R. L. Morgans Roy Mor- A. Shampine whose
glad to know that he has returned Higginbotham fell on her door Miss June Higginbotham is residence and address is: 992 Alex-
wenf
and bruised her Jacksonville gans and Mallory Morgans I andria Street, Carthage, New
home from an extended stayIn steps recently spending this week in Wednesday of last week.I You are hereby notified that York. .Electric' Clock Hollingsworth
the St. Vincent's Hospital. shoulder and hip pretty badly. with her aunt Mrs. Lena fishing for divorce a lUll .
They had a big catch, 144 in all. baa been I -

to that filed against
Jacksonville. We are sorry report you in the Mix Master Norris
Joiner. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman I above named Court and cause and
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberson little Miss Mary Padgett daughter Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wellhausen the McRaes 'you are required to serve a copy of
attended .
and son
and daughter of Live Oak spent of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Pad- in Starke last your answer or pleading to the
and family visited family reunion at Bushnell ,last complaint on the Plaintiffs Attn nev Toast Master
last week with Mrs. Roberson's gett is quite ill this week. afternoon. J. Donald Gibson 100 Smith
Thursday .
mother Mrs. Dorothy Waters Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cannon Sunday.Bill Building. Jacksonville 2, Florida I
The Maxville Civic Club met Green, Jimmie Simmons and file the original IB the office Steak Knives Beautifully! BoxedFor
-.I ,rft_ 0) Th.." -- -confined 01 me Clerk of the Circuit Court on
I last Friday night, J.1"J and Joyce Norman are : or before the 10th day of June, ) 1957 And Gift
are opening a new membershipdrive In hospitals and have recently 195t: otherwise the allegations of *
Electric Perculator
PROTECT your DRIVER'S licenseBUY I and urge every one to pay undergone surgery. William Crosby -: said confessed Complaint by.you.will be taken a., 'i Wrapped Free

their dues which have been reduced also re-entered the hospital.and This notice shall be published '
once each week for four Shaeffer and Parker .
to $1 per person. Theyare Leroy Norman is on the weeks In the Bradford County consecutive Tele

also planning to have a sick list too.etntrt..a.aa..v..tlttlt. graph. Pen and Pencil Sets
night. Dated this 4th day of May. 1957.
Friday
chicken supper on : (Official Seal) Charles A. iurb"
June 7. Proceeds will be used Clerk of the Circuit Court
LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCENo All The Newest DesignsIn
the land for the By Marian U Crosby D..ty Clerk
to purchase 5/10 4t 5/31
playground.Rev. HIGHLAND -
of the NOTICE i'\, API-CAR
Edward Jones IB Circuit Cart Bradford CoiBtr,
Membership Fees -- 6 Mo. Policies Holiness Churchin Florida I. Chancery.
Congregational fly Mri. Lacy Norman Henry U Complete Line
Hoover.
Plaintiff
conduct
will vs. Mother's Cards
Jacksonville Mittie May Hoover Defendant. Day Greeting

prayer meeting services at the IAAAA..AAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAMr. Notice T. Appear. No. 10.1 is Of All The
Sat-
DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY Harris
home of Mrs. Lealer and Mrs. Burton Coruthersand | Tn: Mittie May Hoover whose
urday night, May 11 at 8 o'clock. grandson of Jacksonvillewere residence and address is: Unknown. You Can't Beat- Koch's For
You
136 W. Call Street are hereby notified that Brands In
Phone 285MOTHER'S The public is invited. Sunday dinner guests of for divorce a sun Leading '

Cole Combs, Jr. of Sand- Mrs. Ruth Marr. has been filed against you In the Price,. Service and Quality
Mrs. above named
Court and '
I
cause and
at
erson will conduct a revival Mrs. Charles Starling and you sire required to serve a copy of Perfume
Congregattonalness Tlnl UV"-- the week your answer or pleading to the
Ann spent rAnd
Maxville I daughter
the complaint
on the Plaintiffs Attorney
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Church beginning May 15. in Callahan with Mr and Mrs. Mack S. Futch, P. O. Drawer 943, Perfume Sets
invitedto Starke Florida SAFETY SERVICEKOCH'S
The public is cordially W. C. Hardee.Mr. and file the
. original In
tne office
DAY attend. .' and Mrs. Dock Norman of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on t
DRUG STOREANY
The Frank Wellhausen family and children of Jacksonvillevisited 1957 or ;before otherwise the 10th the allegations day of June, ,
of
sick lately with friends and relatives here said Complaint will be taken ,
pretty a
SUGG ESTIONS has been confessed by you. DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLED
virus flu. Rose Mary and Bogey Sunday. This notice shall be published
were able to return to school Edwin Griffis of Orlando spent once weeks each in week for four consecutive All National Lines '
the
Monday morning however. a few days here with friends graph. Bradford County Tele_ 53 WE DELIVER

Miss Shirley Higginbotham fell and relatives.Mr. Dated this 6th day of May, 1957. Of Her Favorite
Baldwin school last week and Mrs. Marvin -Thompson (Official Clerk Seal) Charles A. Darby CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.
of
at the the Circuit Court
SLIPS and tore the muscles and some of Jacksonville visited' the By Marian U Crosby. Deputy Ci.rV
Cosmetics
blood vessels in her leg and is Lacey Normans Sunday after- 5/10 4t 5/31 PHONE 53

e having to use crutches.Mr. NOTICE TO APPEAR .
noon.Mr. Mrs. Floyd Normanand IB Clrcalt Court Bradford 1
By and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham and County .

w. the air show at son visited the Harveys in
attended ----
BarbizonSIZES I Herlong Air Port Sunday afternoon Glen St. Marys last Sunday. I
_
A" Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hardee ,

Rev. Jones of Green Cove and children of Callahan attended -

at church here Sunday and
.50 Springs supplied as speaker
Church dinner guests of Mr. and
i were
a the Maxville Baptist
'I.ti I evening.Mr. Mrs. Bill Pendarvis of Lawtey.
II Sunday
#
k I and Mrs. Hardy Padgett', Rev. George Chism of Moniac

visitors at the Ga. filled his regular appoint-
Hill were
i of Clay
I. Maxville Baptist Church Sunday. ment at the church here last ;

II i Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford Sunday. He and his family were
t '
I I and Mrs. Hester Hicks of Law- dinner guests pf the Rev. T. }'L

at the Knights.
tey were Sunday visitors
I
I I home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Miss Debbie Phillips of Max

Sweat and Mr. and Mrs. Dan ville attended the Bible School


Parrish.We sorry to learn that meeting. and here Mrs.Sunday Lacey afternoon.Mr. Norman.
\ are
and Mrs. Edward Edenfieldand and son were supper guests of Mail Away Special
Mr. -

I If ,1j1T), t1 are on their the daughter sick list, this Sheila week.Kay,, the their Richard son-in-law Sapps and in daughter Green

.JI 9-15; 10-20; 14/.21112 ; 3844HOUSE Friends of Buck Wellhausen, Cove last Saturday.

Well Don't forget church and Sun- .
j son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
.t' 4101 to hear that day School and the Brotherhood I
k hausen. will regret Give Your Friends And Relatives
fli I I he broke his collar bone while meeting here on the 13th.

playing football at the Baldwin

School Friday afternoon.We TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTPINE '
From Starke
to hear that Away
are sorry ,
Gene Johnson son of A. R. Johnson LEVEL #

DUSTERSd: 1 broke his hand while play- ,

ing football at the Baldwin by Mr*. II. 11. ;McltaeMr.

School last week. THE COMPLETE STORY OF.STARKE'SGREATEST
Friends of Minnie Hargroves I AAAAA. A .A... ..A... A

.98 I will be sorry to learn that she and Mrs. Kirby Callahanand
.t anda
infected ear -- - - -
is ill with an
children of Miami were recent -

V'lt boil on her ear drum. guests of Mrs. Callahan'smother CELEBRATION
of Mrs. J. C. Nolan
1. Friends Mrs. R. R. Crosby and
l\t I I will regret to learn that she is .
i t other relatives in Starke.Mr.
; 'J i ill this week with an attack of and Mrs. Roman Alvarezof
l t rl:,
-
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,1 I flu.Mrs. Palatka were recent guestsof
Silas and children I
Ralph
Mr and Mrs. Joe S. Starlingand

If c U 1 >flM ; t Mrs. Ed Arthur Harris Wilkinson and children of ,Jack-and Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez. WL.A Here's What You Get:

\:: Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs.J. Mrs. Johnny Turner has returned -

N UP \1 If J (v I sonville. C. Nolan and family Monday* ing a week to her with home Mr.after and spend-Mrs. h.g


t evening.The C. B. Nolan family had to i Robert Cheshier.Mr. Starling. and Mrs. Viola One Special Centennial Historical Issues

Starke to
make several trips to and Mrs. A. F. Hall and

MunsingwearPANTIES the doctor last week and feel a Daughter of Jacksonville were '
Billy was 48 Pages
week. -
Extra
Special this
little better recent guests of the H. M. Mc-
school on Tues-
to
able to return Raesl


ForMother's day.Mrs.. Leslie Sweat isn't feeling I_ the Clrrvlt Court IB aid For

ANDBRIEFS Dai I well this week. We wish her a Bradford IBChancery.County. Florida One Centennial Week Paper

speedy recovery. Charles Wesley Howell Plaintiff
Ladies 5115NYLON vs. Margaret M. Howell Defendant.
E. D. Higginbotham
Mr. and Mrs. Divorce No. 10-2169
and family and Mr. and Notice By Publication IB Suit With Pictures of Parades And, Pageant.

Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson and family To: Margaret For Dltoree M. Howell 746

enjoyed supper at Pat's Drive South George Street. York. Pennsyl
HOSEBOBBINS' in Jacksonville Saturday vania. I
t Inn \ You are hereby notified that a
I IC \ night.Little. Bill of Complaint for Divorce has
Connie Higginbotham. been filed against you. and (hat
a \ you are required to serve a copy


I I daughter with Hieginbotham.: an infected of Mr.is ear.and ill this Mrs.week Ben Bill of O.attorneys your Box of Complaint Answer,468 Tench Gainesville or on&pleading; the Reynolds,Plaintiffs Florida to the P., Both Wrapped Together In Colorful Centennial Wrapper% And:Mailed To


The State School Survey Team I and file the original Answer or


iS9candl.15 Tuesday.visited the All Maxville Parents School on the fail pleading the 3rd to Circuit do day in so the,of judgment Court June office on of 1S57.by or the default If before Clerkof you Your Friends And Relatives Anywhere In,The U.. S. .-. :54c (We:


f Notice To will be taken against you for the .
May 16th and 17th have been relief demanded in the Bill of Com-

designated as registration daysat plaint.Done and Ordered at Starke. "
)
your local school for all children Florida this 1st day of May !!IU. Pay Postage.) :

DEPT. who will start to school in 8/Charles A. Darby *
Clerk of Circuit Court
September. Be sure and bring 5/10 4t 5131 *

STORE child's birth certificate.Mrs. .
your la the circuit cart .( the Third

Mrs. .Oscar E. D. Hireinbotham Wilkinson carried and aid Judicial For Cirralt Bradford of Coaaty.IB Florida. IB Just Bring Us Your Mailing List ----We'll Do The Rest.


The Store of Values their children to Baldwin for Walter Chaacery.D. Wood Plaintiff. ys.

shots Mon- Mabel B. Wood. Defendant
their first polio .on
< NOTICE TO DEFEND
I thy. To: Mabel B. Wood. itO Sequlne -

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_FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1957 BBADFOSD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STASKE, FLORIDA .. .
V A flVCHL'RCHES :
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St. Mark's Episcopal YYTYTYYYYYYYYYTTYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYTYTVYTTYYYYTYYY9 &&&& &&&A&&A&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams

Rev. Raymond >, MarRlaln NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Mrs. Whelchel is a cousin of

Services at St. Mark's Episcopal CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Mrs. Williams.Mr. .

and Mrs. John A. Perkins.
Church will be as follows: *

Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Church By Ozora J. Shell Mrs. J. Russell Young Phone Keystone 3421 formerly of Jacksonville Beach.
have moved into their home on
School and Adult Class; 11 aim- t A A A A A*t AAAAAAAA AA AAAAAAAAA ryyyyyyyyyyyyYyyyWWWYYYYYYYyyywww. . ________
A A A A&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& - - - - . . Immokalee Road. Mr. Perkins
p.m. Y. P. S. L.
.
Big Parade Nutritionist Here The "Hats Off" Corner from the and Mrs. Livingston visited represents the 'AUBriteSaJe$
TabernacleA I Wednesday: 7so p.m. Litany Principal Eddie Thompkins, I Thumb-nail Sketch Pad Mrs. Company of Jacksonville.Woman's .
L Methodist Church At The and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir I Miss Shirley Rigg, Regional Livingston's parents, Mr. and
f Practice. chairman of Centennial activitiesfor Nutrition Consultant, visited Recently Ben H. Rose was Mrs. S. R. Turner of Flint, Michigan ClubMembers

9:45: Sunday school for all touch of the Centennial was Holy Communion: 1st Sunday Reno, is asking all persons Starke to discuss services for the made an honorary member of at their winter home in : and friends cf the
ages. added the Sunday morning that plan to participate in the schools with Ozora ShelL She West Palm Beach. Keystone Heights Woman's Club
to 11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday 730 a. m. U the Keystone Heights Rotary
parade to meet at"RJE at 2
; 11 Morning worship, spe- service at the Fundamental Gospel awaits everyone Marshalls pjn. responsible for special health ser- Club. As long-as his health would On Wednesday, Mrs. Livingston enjoyed a luncheon and game
Friday. for the paradewill party on Monday, April 29. Th
cial Mothers' vices in 17 counties which
Day observance. Tabernacle with Mrs. include permit Ben has always been on Mrs. AI
F EugeneLee be Inez Butler, Elmer Shell, watson Mrs. Al general chairman for the even*
6:15 Recreation time fort CHURCH OF CUBIST Bradford. Miss Rigg.will be guest hand to get the club room ready Nelson and }Irs.
C. J.
J. Greene. All horses Bastedo
,
,
appearing in an attractive wagons : was Mrs. W. B. Dawson. Mrs
t t ),{yF. C. L. Overturf Jr.. Minister buggies, old model cars and other I consultant during the pre-planning for the meeting and to greet the attended the Silver Coffee held
Sara McDonald Mrs. J. A. Boat-
colonial costume she period with
as sang a all the teachers of
\ 6:45: "Dine-A-Mite" for In- Sunday Sunday School, 10 vehicles of long ago should be the county. She will guests. Both Ben and his wife, at the Episcopal Church in Man wright, Mrs. B. R. Weld, and

\ termediates and Seniors. duet with Mrs. Elmer Johns.In a. m.,' morning service, 11 a. m., ,trought along. The big dance will i controlled experiments set up with several Katherine, have been tireless in darin. Mrs. J. A. Williams served on

a* 7:15 Worship and business the absence of B. E. Mc- evening service, 6:30 p. m. be held in the cafetorium start- which will help teachers learn rats their work for the Club and for Mrs. Arthur H. Ryan of Chi- the luncheon committee. Other'

j.. meeting for MYF. Rae during the Bible School Wednesday Bible. study, 7:30p. ing at 8 p. m. Music will be fur- how to conduct a rat-feeding ex- community interests, needy families cago, I1L, mother of Mrs. Her- assisting were Mrs. A. F. Crosby -

. 8 p. m. Evening worship hour, the adult class was taughtby m. nished by a Combo from Jackson periment. Supt. Morgan has en- and in work for their church. bert Nelson, is visiting in the Mrs. Olive Stevens Mrs. A

service. Dr. R. E. Rutland, district Mrs. Jennie Thornquist of Radio Program Station ville. Lincoln High School Band dorsed her visit and feela that A native West Virginian, Mr. Nelson home. A. Bamford. Miss Ruth Ohlsor

superintendent of the WRGR, Sunday 8:309 a. m., will play for the.parade. The big the parents should also be invitedto Rose went to Pittsburgh as a Mrs. J. Russell Young, Mrs. and Mrs. J. R. Cook were hos-

r Gainesville District, will bring Jacksonville, a former teacher Subject for the month "The ball game and barbecue, beard see and hear Miss Rigg, so young man and entered the ho Albert Bachmann and Col. and tesses for the games.

the message. Previous to his be- I in the Bible schooL Bible." contest and, Sister Swishes con- they will let their. children eat tel business. Later he bought an Mrs. John McDowall were guestsat Election of officers will tak-

coming the District Superintendent I The theme of the evening mes- test will !be held on Saturday at in the cafelorium next year be- interest in a shoe business, whichhe the dinner following the rehearsal place at the business meeting

Dr. Rutland served as minister sage delivered by the sponsorwas EVERGREEN I RJE starting at 2 p.m. Plenty I cause good hot food every day carried on until his health of the Minderman-Graham on May 14 at 2 p. m. The An
of refreshments and
in churches at Ft. Lauder- "Th First Commandment. BAPTIST CHURCH good plentyof is an important part of the child's demanded that he move to a wedding party on Monday eve- nual Garden Party will be hel
fun. live to
You
dale, Winter Haven, Ocala, Lake :Mrs. Mobile :Mersereau, a mem- Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- see another 100 may never celebrationso education. warmer climate. While visitinga ning, April 29. The dinner was on May 28 at ,the lake front
land, and the ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : years friend in Melrose, Ben visited McDonald.
l Tampa. Following ber of the group, is in the hos- take a part this time. Y'all (Carnation Club given at the home of Mr. and home of Mrs. Sara
r evening service he will preside pital and it is earnestly hoped m. Preaching 7:3(? p. m. Prayer Come! The Carnation Club''held its Keystone, and was attracted to Mrs. William S. Graham in Summer RoundUpAn

over the Fourth Quarterly Con- that she will be well soon. Meeting Wednesday'7:30: p. m. R.J.E. CommencementA regular meeting at the bone of the town to the extent of pur- Gainesville.. important announcementfor

II ference. During the Conference complete announcement of Mra Grace Long in Lincoln City. chasing the site of his present Mayor and Mrs. M. L. Beasleyand parents of children to enter
there Mr. and Mrs II. J. McRae' NEW RIVER home from F. 1(. Walrath Sr.,
i I will be a reception in the activities will be published next Plans were started for their annual daughter were weekend the Keystone Heights: school
ii J recreation hall for mothers of were missed at the Sunday serv- BAPTIST CHURCH week that will include speakersand Cinderella Ball which will beheld in 1940. Later on when F. }Of, visitors of Mr. Beasley's mother, first grade in the Fall the

I the Seniors and Intermediates ices as they attended a family Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor- parts of the programs. On at RJE during the summer. Walrath Jr., wished to sell his Mrs. Ruth Beasley, and his 'sister Summer Round-Up will be held

P of the Methodist Youth Fellow- reunion in the Southern part of ship Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Serv- Sunday, May 26, Baccalaureate Who will be Prince Charming this grocery store, 'Mr.: Rose bought Mrs. Exie Raulerson, in at the Keystone Heights school

I ship. The young people are the state. ice, 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Sermon at the school; May 29, year and lead the Cinderella this and was in business for Monticello.Mr. on May 21 from 9 a. m.. to 12

; Urged to keep this in mind and Only the very old hymus of, Wednesday, 7-:30 p. m. Everyone Class Night: ; May 31, Graduation search? The next meeting will be several years in what was the and Mrs. James H. Valen- noon. All children entering the

i plan to bring their families. the Church are being used in I welcome.L.. L. Parker, pastor Night. To all of these activitiesyou Monday, May 20, at the home of Timmins building.Mr. tine, who have been occupying first grade should be registeredat

the services this week in keep- are cordially invited. Mrs. Pauline Marshall. Plan now Rose served for a numberof the Holl cottage, are now in their this time.

Presbyterian Church ing with the Centennial obser- IIEILBRONN MISSIONARY Educational Tour to attend the next meeting. Mrs. years en the Board of Trusteesof new Mobile Home at "Geneva

) vance. BAPTIST CHURCH The students of RJE have parti- Corean McNeil, president; R. B. the Community Church and Trailer Park. Mr. and Mrs. Val- CARD OF THAXKS

: Friday Adult Choir practice Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- cipated in several educational Cohen, reporter. We welcome the retired from this service when entine 'are cousins of Mr. and We wish to thank everyone

t 8 p. m. REVIVAL SERVICES ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evening tours and many others are sche- new daughter of one of our mem- the rotary system was set up Mrs. F. p. Egan. They are former who so kindly assisted us duringthe

.; Sunday Church School, 9:45: Worship, 7:30 p. m. Training duled for this month. Last week bers, Bessie Lee. Both are doing for the Board. For nine years he students of Plantation Estates illness and death of our be-

i a. m. Morning Worship, "Three Revival services are continu- Union (Sundays) 6:30: p. m..MId- the clasps taught *y Mrs. E. fine. served as Sunday School and DeBarry, Florida. loved baby, Melba. Also for the

, Great Mothers." 11 a. m. Youth ing at the New Congregation week Prayer Meeting, Wednes- Thompkins, S. D.: Williams andJ. Fire Victims Church Treasurer. He is a Char- Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Whelchelof beautiful flowers. Mr. and

i Fellowships, 6 p. m. Evening Methodist Church on U. S- 301 days, 7:30 p. m. Rev. S- F. D. Greene took a trip on the Brooker The Sid Terry family of ter Member of this Rotary Club. Covington, Ga. are the guests Mrs. Warren Boatwright.i .

/: Worship, "The Great Judgement," north of Starke each night at Beard, pastor. greyhound bus as far as Daytona wasrecently burned out Hats off to Ben! -- -'-- -. '- -- --- .
completely. Mrs. I. C. Jelson tea- -
'
I 7:30: p. m. 7:30 o'clock. Rev. Macy King of Beach. All pupils reported a de- cher of CHURCH NOTES : { -- -- -..--- -.
BETHEL Betty Terry, led a driveto -
Tuesday through Thursday Macclenny is conducting the lightful educational experience. First BaptistThe
I' Meeting of the Synod of Florida, meetings, and the public is cordi-' BAPTIST CHURCH Tuesday May 7, classes taughtby help the family. She wishesto Andrew Class membersand
' ally invited. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- Misa M. F. Jenkins and A. thank all persons who gave their: wives enjoyed a steak

Lake-. ing services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. G. Moffett took a trip by char- donations and clothing. To date at the church 'last Thurs-
supper
I Song service 7:30: p. m.- Rev.R. tered bus to Gustaffson's Dairy in she has collected $12.65 and onlya day evening.
, few items of
L. Lee, pastor. Green Cove Springs, Fountain of clothing. They are Beginning with this Wednesday -
still desperately in need of clo-
I Youth in St. Augustine, Oldest *
at 7:30 a study of
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH thing, household gOO< "., furnish- evening
School House and other pointsof
: FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE Corner Call & Christian StreetsJ. interest in Florida's oldest city. ings of all kinds will be appre- the Book of Romans will be Mal-con-
ducted by the pastor. Rev.
E. Sherwood, Pastor Classes taught by Mesdames Paul ciated. Mrs. Mable) J. Lee. also a
teacher of one of the children, has colm Davis.Community I
FLA. Sunday SChool-10 a. m. and Lennon will make their an-
collected and carried and ; ChurchA
Lord's supper-11:15 a. m. nual tour on Thursday May 16 clothing
! to the group of the Young People,
money needy family. Per-
Preaching services-11:20 a. m. by Greyhound bus. Parents are
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor and 7 p. m. asked to cooperate in these trips sons wishing to give anything can accompanied by the minister,
call or send it to R.J.E. in care Rev. J. Russell Young enjoyeda
Junior Choir practice 6 p. m. as they provide rich informationfor i
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Wednesday. children in school. This typeof of these two teachers and they hike on Sunday afternoon. t U

, Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Ladies Council meets first and education through travel is will see that it reaches the family.PresidentSecretary Later they attended the servicein
HonoredThe connection with Centennial
third Tuesdays at 8 p. m. highly recommended. This may be
president and secretary of Celebration in Starke, held at
Everybody invited to all ser- used as a part of their vacationfor
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. vices. the summer. These fares are American Legion Post 314 Auxi- the stadium. #

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. very reasonable; make a sacri- liary were honored at the meeting A candle-light Consecration -
Sunday by members and friends. Service, recognizing new mem- .
HAMPTON fice and let your children see some
Midweek Service 7:30 After the regular meeting conducted was feature of
Wednesday, P.M. CHRISTIAN CHURCH other parts of scenic, beautiful bers, the closing

Christian Endeavor, Friday, 7:30p. Florida. by President Pauline Mar- the meeting of the Women of Prices Good Thru Saturday May 11
Hear the ,
Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at shall she installed the officers the Community Church on Monday -
m. Bible Study, Wednesday, Thurston School News
It a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. 7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning Wor- We are asking all patrons and which Ozora Shell included, and a new president, evening in the Educational
a new
ship, 11 a. m. Evening Worship, friends to attend the annual secretary Building at 8 p. m. The candleof
Annie Jane Dell. All other officers
..
7:30 p. m. Bible School, 10 a. m. school sermon on Sunday, May 19, the President, Mrs. Sara Mc-
at 2 p.m. Mt Pisgah A.M.E. retained their positions. Corsageswere Donald, was lighted by Mrs. Pillsbury Plain or. Self-Rising

Church,-Rev. E. L. Walker- pastor presented to the retiring Russell Young, who led the serv-

I will deliver the sermon. May Day president and the retiring secre- ice, candles of the new memberswere

program will be held on Tuesday, tary, Ethel Young. Both had then lighted as they came Lbs

May 21, starting at 4 p.m. The served the organization for ,five forward. The service concluded FLOUR 5 49CPet
years. A delicious repast was
32 piece band from Alachua will with the entire group forminga
served after
a apicey by
Hear furnish the music, transportation I program circle with lighted tapers.
the committee: A. Chandler, F.
rill be provided for students who The University of Florida Glee
Jenkins, L. M. Royal and O. Shell.
I ride the buses, so plan to attend. Club was seen on local TV
Out of town guests included Com-
I Special numbers will be renderedby mander and Mrs. Stafford Sapp screens on Friday, May 3. Among
students from Anderson Junior with the chcrus
those singing
and Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham of
High and R.J.E. High. Closing Mrs. Jackson was Miss Bobbe Bastedo daughter -
Gainesville of Mid-

: REV. I. E. ENLOW program Thursday for the May year 30 at will Ebenezer be heldon dleburg.included Rev.Post E.members Burroughs present, Louis of of Keystone Mr. and Mrs.Heights.C. J. Bastedo MILK 6 Tall Cans ]9C

Baptist, Rev. W. J. Strong, pastor.The ,Kelly and Willie Bass who gavea Duplicate Bridge Club
address will be delivered by
delicious cake to the' ladies for First place winners on Thurs-
Principal Eddie Thompkins; certi-
Mr. and Mrs.
I the refreshments. Delegates for day e'eningwere
ficates will be awarded to 15
second
the Department Convention which Ray Starnes. Taking
I graduates by Supervisor Shell. We will be held in Fort Lauderdaleare place honors were Mrs. Charles Chase & SanbornCOFFEE !
regret the passing of the brotherof
Vice Commander Julius Royal Spires and Mrs. Lorene Logs-

As He Speaks On The Subject Of Principal S. C. Price on Mon- and President Ozora Shell. The ton. Visitors enjoying duplicate
week.
i day of thin Messages can invited to
will be cordially
meeting May 16 to 19. bridge are LbCan
reach her at 519 Howard Ave.,
I :Maude E. Magee has returnedto the Thursday evening games at 1 19C
Tallahassee, Florida, c-o Wesley
I : New York City to continue the Keystone Heights Woman'sClub
Reed and family.. D. B. Jackson,


I "OUR DEDICATION FOR THE FUTURE"Taken :!.reporter.Dinner The 10th Party grade workshop class work McDonnell.in Florida with to or the She New Admiral Telegraph is York.a regular and, whether Mrs.subscriber Personals Mrs.building.of Tom ti the es Southerland birth of a grandson has had Limit One with $5 or More Food Order

of RJE will have a dinner at RJE news
News From Churches born to Mr.
Walter
cafetorium on Monday night, May William
The at Allen cf
I ( From Joshua: 4: 6-7) 13. Johnny Jackson is the presi- morning message and Mrs. Walter Finnigan Astor
Chapel was delivered by Rev.
Chase, Md.
dent and has issued invitations Chevy
Perry of Hampton. The pastor, of Montreal -
I Lucci LeCuyer
to guests. E. R. Shell is sponsorcf Miss
I Rev. R. J.
Washington, preachedat recent visitor -
Brothers of the Brush and Sisters of the Swish You this group. 7 p.m. and administered theLord's ,in Canada the home, was of a Mrs. Albert Lb Can

I Supper. Sister Helen Smithis Bachmann.Miss SHORTENING 3 69CLimit
in the hospital for surgery, and LaMee had as
.
At The Suzanne
Will Be Honored Guests
Sister Washington is still shut in her house guests on Friday, May

i at Quarterly Hallendale.Conference was held 3. Miss Harriett Powell and Miss One with $5 or More Food Order
I of Starke and Miss
April 28 at New' Vernon Metho- Robby Capps Jacksonville.They .
dist Church, with Supt. Damon Joanne Sawyer of ,
I STREET BAPTIST CHURCH the Junior Senior
MADISON attended
If Dell in charge. Bro. Isaac Kellyis Clubat
Officer's
the Brand
at Colored
f still improving in the V. A. Prom held escortsof Super Quarters
The
Hospital[ at Turikegee, Ala. He is Camp Blanding. I
y Stucky,
in Ward 1 and willie the girls were, Eddie

His 12 At 8:00 P. M. appreciated your by him.messages- J. W. Mike Adams, Larry LaMee. and '. Lbs
I May
Sunday
: Kelly, reporter.A Butch Smith overnight of Starke.guests The boys of MARGARINE 5 99C

special Mother's Day program were the .
I
Hill be held this Sunday at 3pm. Mike Adams.

at the Pleasant Grove Methodist A Saturday morning breakfast

! So please don't dispose of those whiskers, top hats and Church, Rev. Striping pastor. honored the two members of the

Plenty of refreshments will be on Senior Class, Mike Adams and Ace High Frozen
, lovely dresses until you hear this vital message as we now are I the church ground. Come out and Butch Smith. Mrs. L, F. LaMee _

at the threshold of a new century for Starke. I ASK enjoy yourselves. Mae Belle was hostess for the:: b rand eakfast!: ,
Dell reporter. assisted by Mrs. Gordon ens HUG
CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON Services at Mt. Pisgah Churchill Adams.was Corsages worn by the ORANGE JUICE 1 90 :

\\- be led this Sunday by the to the Prom formed the
Guy Andrews General Chairman of the Centennial for about this question: girls
Forward Men's Club. This group center decoration .for the table.

Starke who with the 'cooperation of his able committees and I "I hear that employee dishonesty will have complete charge every Following the breakfast the
.second Sunday until further notice.At Roddy Struth of
interested friends have put on for our appreciation and enjoy I 'destruction or. 11 a.m. Rev. Ulysses Clark group Starke, ,joined Becky by Holmes, Wayne Florida New White

this spectacular week of festivities will extend word of \ disappearance of money and will deliver the Mother's Day Mundorff, and Betty Anne LewiS
a
ment securities'' 'vandalism or isrmon and at 2 p.m. Elder A. of Gainesville, left to spend. the Lbs

welcome and appreciation to the people of Starke and Bradford malicious michief' 'counterfeit W. Bowles will hold' his third day at Crescent Beach. POTATOES 10 2SC.
quarterly conference at the church. j
"" paper currency' Friends here will regret to
d ftP V ?
I County. |I" *. are covered in the new Broad All Starke mothers are invited of Lincoln to attend City this and .I learn of the death on May of 1 Bos-of
Timmins
Mrs. Edward F.
I Form Storekeepers Policy, program. Prizes. and other gifts Timmins was the

\ Pictures of the congregation will be made and with the but not in the old Store- .will be awarded. At 7:30 pjn. ser- mother ton, Mass..Irs.of Major Edward A. Tim- Golden RipeBANANAS i
nron will be delivered by Rev. R.
Centennial Booklet and other high lights of the Centennial keepers Burglary and Robbery I James of Starke. Sister Thelma. mins, who is now stationed in
Policy. Can any mer- Columbus, Ohio. Mrs. Timminsat

Celebration will be placed in the Northeast Corner of the New chant have the latter policy Clark The, reporter.ground-breaking service the time of her death was at s 2 Lbs .25C'

endorsed to the Broad will be held 12 the home of her daughter, Mrs.''I
Church Building on West Madison Street when the Corner Stone new Sunday, May Peter Smolka of Washington D..I
Form Policy immediately?" after the morning service at New
is laid some time this year.Dont Bethel Baptist Church. The pastor. C. Mrs. Timmins has been a frequent -

is asking all members, to come visitor in Keystone.Mr. .

Charley E. Jobs cut and dig up some earth. A and Mrs. Gay Livingston U. S. Good
Mother's' attended the convention in West
special Day
forget the time and place, Starke Elementary School programwill .
be presented by the Sunday Palm Beach of the Florida As-

on West Washington Street bring the children and the babies, & Son School and Choir No. 2 led by sociation of Purchasing Agentson Lb
Agency Sister Pauline Marshall and Dea- April 25-26. S, L. Jackson, CHUCK ROAST 39C
the will be and there will be for all.
nursery open room con' Green. Remember Mother on with Humphreys Gold Corporation -

I her day by wearing the white or is the president cf the As

_. -, Phone 13 Stark FIa.I red carnation.-Joan Jenkins, re sociation. .. -- -- .- "

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. PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY
TELEGRAPH. STARSE. FLORIDA
FRIDAY' MAY .in", 1957L




Colorful. Scenes From 'Centurama'Old I Centennials





Drop First 2




+ By Slim MarginsThe


/

Starke Centennials edged

out by two run margins in their
( .r
1 't* 1 first games in the North Florida

i.,; \ League, will, go outside of the

.l league seeking a win as they
Li
2 meet Raiford Sunday afternoon.The .

Centennials ended their

opener against Green Cove April

1 j 27 on the low end of a 12-10

score and lost to Macclenny last

t .. Sunday 64. Against Macclenny
t Randall Davis was on the mound

I with Jack Hazen catching.
tC
1 y 1 .. Against Green Cove Hazen and

L Davis shared the pitching chores
t' L ;
I ,i,, r / The next league game will beat

:-_-- -u -<-, _', _u __.' Green Cove Springs Wednesday

Queen's Maid Frances Landrum Walks Down Aisle and the first home game
Timer Gives The Prologue Of Flags will be Saturday: :May 18," against

__ ._..u,__,_ ..._, ,,_ Fernandina.

Centennial manager Sam Zack

; reported that at a league meet-

A I ins; Tuesday night the rule was

r tt'tt __ adopted requiring a player to

wait 10 days between the time

he announces his intention to

1 F >y. switch to another club and the

t time he joins the new organization.

.

xl ) Starke's schedule for the rest
.
r ;. t of the first half of the season is:
t

fr" .k .4 rI t ycr tjj1 May 15 Green Cove, there.

:May 18
Fernandina, here.
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:May 22 Green Cove, there


Governor Collins Crowns Queen tWk May June 2 25--Downing Green Cove Bros., here.here

June 8
Macclenny, here.

Sao June 15 Wesconnett, Here

Highlight of the opening night's performance of "The t : ? r 1 r tom. ;, June 19 Green Cove, there.

Starke Centurama" was the crowning of Queen Sylvia Paulk : 1 c 1+:.f' June 23 Wesconnett, there

by Governor; LeRoy Collins. Her blonde majesty is the June 28 Fernandina, there.

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk of Starke and is well June 30 Downing Bros., here.

known as a singer of popular songs. Scenes at right depict a The season is divided into two
r. halves with 'the winner
-- of the
highlights of .the historical pageant as presented on opening first half
Early Settlers Topic Time To Worship playing the winner of
night (All Centurama photographs by R. P. McLendon) the second half for the crown.


'Friendly Persuasion' In Early School League standings after two
games: are:
t .,. u
Views Are Told \ 0 Team Won Lost


Circuit Court Term Opens Monday; J. Wesconnett Macclenny] 2 2 0 0

) Green Cove 1 1


On Outside PupilsVarious I Grand Jury To Get Assault CaseThe 'p ,.,1..'' .,. v t. Downing Fernandina i tarke Bros. 0 0 1 2 2 1


.
..
I /' F /.-.. ,
viewpoints on the ficial action the h y.J .
!
y .
members
al! rape case against Stanley Hams, Starke jeweler, to two NOTICEWe

question ty students of from banning Bradford out-of-coun-County seemed to concur in ChairmanDan Noegel is slated to go before checks, passing one of them to : ..i'1'' {f ,; ..l.f.
will
Starling's statement t not te responsible for
that
the grand jury Monday as the I.. K. Childs and the other to ; J
schools were aired Monday as "we are going to do everything any: debts incurred by Trail Motel
term of Circuit Count
spring Homer J. Brinson. The check .
an overflow crowd tepresenting in students .f .. ., .. ...
our power to keep the / or [Restaurant other than
opens. Informations have been cashed by Brinson was for $16.25 -.- '

Starke government and business here." filed 'by State Attorney T. E. and the initials in Williams name e. .,,. ... ,. (.. those incurred by ourselves.Al .-
nterests as well as affected par- Annex Kingsley ....,. .4 0 ''I and Ruby Sappenfield.
(Ted) Duncan in 18 other cases. had been reversed, with the check -
.!
!nts from Kingsley Lake, Keystone Investigation into a long range Nineteen witnesses are scheduled signed "C. A. Williams." The at... ...: .... ,. 2tchg-5-17
and State Farm met with ry f '
!solution to the
problem was to be heard when the grand check cashed by Childs was for .,
:he Bradford School Board.
started as the Board after the:
jury goes into session at 10 a. $22.70.Assault.
At the end of the session the .
delegation had left, passed a
m. Noegel, a used car dealer, is
with intent to murder
problem of what to do with the V/ C.
resolution calling on Sen. Charley "- T. U.
charged with raping a 33-year- charges against Odell Bright, .
out-of-county children which has Johns and to -
Rep. Doyle Conner "
old widow near Crosby Lake in
;Lawtey Negro. Bright is accusedof
been' created by crowded conditions
look into the possibility of en-
in .Starke schools was little the early morning hours of April wounding Robert Taylor with THE FOLLOWING AL/'ICE
legislation to the
tering annex
nearer teing solved than when Kingsley.Lake area to Bradford 21. He has denied the accusa- a pistol on Feb. 3. The First Train Arrives In Starke WAS GIVEN' BY KING SOLOMON -

the tions. Aggravated assault charges SOMETIME BEFORE
meeting opened. County.As .
Though the An information was filed this against Ralph Mitchell Negro. STARKE WAS FOUNDED AND
Board took no of- a next step in the search week charging Minnie Lawson. Mitchell is charged with hitting .1 play two numbers and may have day night at 8 o'clock. In his century as it has in the one STILL HOLDS GOOD:

All Are InvitedTo for a solution it was suggestedthat Lawtey Negress, with 'second Lucretia Mitchell with a bottle a guitar accompanist. A first Centennial-opening message, Rev. row ended. He praised the early "WINE IS A MOCKER
the Bradford County Board of will be awarded and
prize $10 ,
.
degree murder in the death of during an argument on Dec. 9 Donald Kokomoor struck the keynote leaders for the firm 'foundationthey STRONG DRINK IS RAGING,
and interested parents meet with other, prizes will be given to thel'U11ners.up.
Cypress Gardens the Clay County board next her common law husband, Rufus Witnesses in the cases against when he said that Starke laid upqn which to build a \!WHOSOEVER IS DECEIVED -

Moore. Sheriff P. D. Reddish Bright and Mitchell have been THEREBY IS NOT
Residents of Monday. Clay County Superintendent At 6 p.m. the beardjudgingcontest must look to the future, as wellas town, and predicted that new "
Bradford WISE.
said the woman has admitted subpoenaed for May 16.
County H. C. Long attended the will ,be held on the court- the past, if it continues to leaders would arise to carry ever.
"Oungold and
) killing Moore during an argument Other cases in which informa- (PROVERBS 201); )
In between hate ben meeting Monday but would makeno and is expected to plead tions have been filed and witnesses house lawn, with prizes awardedfor grow and develop in the next i forward in its march of progress. i
Invited commitments for his board the best beards in several
to fee the special guilty. When first arrested she called are a non-support
contributing to a solution. styles and colors.
jtuests of Cypress Gardens claimed that Moore was stabbedto case against Perry Kite Jr.,
At 7:30 the Beard
Asked how he stood on the p.m. Shaving
'Sunday, May 12. wearing problem personally Long replied death accidentally when he former Starke policeman, and a Contest will be staged at the High 3 B. R. Home almost sew In aIry
their Centennial beards, Sell It Rent It Trade
badges and costumes. that he"was "looking after the fell on a knife after she shoved non-support case against Horace School Stadium preceding the final floe lot, Outside.rljtkborhood barberae with sad alarge

The Invitation money part of Clay County." He him during a playful scuffle, on Gunter. performance of the pageant at 8 patio. Large earport ... stilltrra.m.
was extended April 28.Other Information filed against per- Lets of closet and
p.m. The final fireworks displaywill spare
by Charles 1<<1el. said he could not speak for the hardwood floor Already' riaaaretf
cases slated for trial sons not in custody include the
be at 9:15 and
,
presented
Ian. Cypress' Gardens public rest of the board. Keaton WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED at .al? $60,00 per month.
Favored Solution next week are: cases of Willie Negro, will be followed by the closing
relations reprc.entative. Dandy buKlnen Ioealo .. Tr.,leA
through the Chamber of The solution advocated by Charges of forgery and utter .. charged with aggravated assault Centennial dance in the USO at ".. Pre e.tly improved with '..le -

Commerce. Bradford County interests whichis ing a forgery against V. D. against Margaret ;pones in a 10.The Low Rates Good Results Easy To Plan *. aad .'.rt...... Bar this ..w
and watrh
It Inereaiie uteadllf lavalue.
Call street store March 22
Crews and J. M. McCauley. Wit on ; week of Centennial acti-
expected to be broached to A' goad latrntmrat far oaly
For this
occasion the
the Clay County School boardis nesses in these cases have been Virgil F. Grayhan. charged with vities was opened on a solemn JO WORDS OR LESS, ONE INSERTION . .611 VU.OOO. On Term
menfolk are asked to retain grand larceny in a bad check note with a well-attended union
their beards and for Clay County to pay an called to appear on Tuesday.The EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2Kf e Located I. Graham In thin air

everyone two men are accused of deal; Robert Bradswell, assault service in the stadium last Sun- little :2 B. n. borne .. 3 areas .f
wear their Centennial amount to Bradford County com ADDITIONAL BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID 1ST ADVAVCVOF" land
with intent to commit murder sad lost oar block off malahttar.
the name of A. C. Wil- ; n'.rnr T is PER rrrvT 0"1 TWO> on MOHR IFiPRTlnis
forging .
finery because movies will parable to the amount of local CIo.. to post office sad
Forest Knight, escape; R. A tore. Thin will b* sold at
be taken by the Cypress school taxes contributed for each WRGRSTARKE FOR RENT-New unfurnished! garage FOR RENT One and two b'd.1 unbelievablylow .am
Sritton Edward B. Cast- price aid a
,
Garden crew. Bradford County pupil. taxpayer. The state is paying, a escape; apartment, two bedrooms.Size room furnished apartments: Close term*.
len, non-support; Leavester Williams of modern home. Couple desired in. Desirable location. W. II.
Mrs. Marion Hone Chamber Asked how much this wouldbe specific tax of $20 per pupil for non-support; John Willard FLORIDA Phone 134-J. tfchf Nollman 2Z8 W. !VfcdKon tfchi 30 .\. farm with a very comfortable
of Commerce School Superintendent Harmon State Farm children to attend 2 B. H. Home.
secretarymanager Bates, non-support, and Isaiah 1490 K C PHONE 500 FOR SALE-Young Angus Bulls. Separate lit la* room
Starke schools he said. FOR RENT-3 room nicely furnished sad dialac room sad
urged all who Morgan said that $50 would bea Morgan Will sell at beef prices. Phone sew bath.
Almoiit
Air conditioned all la
fair disagreed with some of Conner's Lane, non-support. Listen to the Van Show apartment. %85, Doyle E. Conner, Ins tfchg pernaaeat pantare.
ran make the trip to go. figure. Information has also been filed Perry 1 TV and electric kitchen. Also :Mee sad quiet out here. School baa
She syJted that those Roadblock statements. Mon. thru Sat, 12:35 4:00. The: nice cottage. Uiddleage adults Bad mall roate. Price at 97,309 ..
charging Walter Brice with grand preferred. Mrs. Clark, Rt. I, FOR SALE Used Frigldatre. $ cu. term* .r lean for ea...
P.annlngto go to call herat But the difficulty would arisein Interested Starke citizens also kind of music most people like to Box 44. Bessent Rd. tfchg fU excellent shape and running
worthless check
the Chamber office ifpossible getting Clay County to agreeto joined in the plea to keep the larcency for a listen to most of the time. condition. Reasonable price. If your property U for sale ...
passed here March 10. Brice is Mrs II. Mooty. 200 E. Adkins St. the price right I eaa caret help
Matter
Service No
and this. indicated that he out-of-county students here, cit Bookkeeping
to meet at Long tf turn veil f.... I bate a waltiac
Wrjt Dingle
Small
held similar chargesin How Maryan
on
being Through
Monday Friday
the office about 8:15 Sun- would go along with this solution ing the benefits that these pupils 1 P. O. Box 447. Starke Fla. tfchg WANTED lint of Qualified Buyers .f.. all
Ga. 6:00 On and News -Gardener to take care types of
Augusta, : Sign properties Get I. touch
day morning. only if he feels "our positioncan and their families bring to of gardens. Cottage on Kingsley with me BOW boat the
Bradford County residentswill afford it." the school and community. 6:05: Songs of the Gospel POWER MOWERS FOR RENT at Lake, rent free to caretaker. yon wish to aelLoae la to proper* large?
6:30 Clockwatcher Tiny's 65 service. 411 S. WalnutSt. Mr!. J. A. LeClerc. phone 24-tl or or too arnafl.WALL.
be admitted to the Morgan told the group that Benefits Cited Two Also new mowers for Sale. write Rt. t, &x 861, Starke tfchgr
Days of the
Big 7:00 News World
Gardens free and are asked Bradford County's immediate "We appreciate the contributions Easy payment plan. Pay while
7:15: Hymn for the Day you mow. Buy where, you can PIANO FOR S.-\LE-G condition : REALTY
{identification in providing enough that the people of Kings-
to bring problem was get service on what you buy. sloe W. H. Gunter Waldo, Fla.
showing they are from the classroom space for the coming ley Lake bring to Starke,'" 7:20 Bulletin Board of the Air tfchg Phone HO 3.204s. 2tp 5/10 REGISTERED BROKERBox
7:30 Weather Around the Nation
going school Any decision on Chamber of Commerce President Coining Up FOR RENT
County. Everyone year. List Your Property For Sale -Five room house,
should take their own whether or not the Heilbronn I Guy Andrews said as he urgedan 7:35 Clockwatcher shower, front porch near school. 466 Phone 487-J
7:50 News and With fit ncr month. Phone 1ST. tfchg 337 N.
moved to Starkein of funds betweenthe Sports Walnut Starke
lunch Mrs. Hone said. school can be "adjustment

time to relieve the situationcan two counties." In CentennialContinued 8:05 Clockwatcher STROUT,REALTV COMPANY CESS POOL and Septic Tank Clean-
Ing. Phone Brooker 9416.
2tp 5/10
9:05 News
9:00
not be known until after "In the long run these people : SITUATION

300 ElementaryStudents I the school survey slated to begin 1 benefit Starke." Mayor W. T. ( from Page 1) 9:05: 9:25 Howdy Friends Farm, Home and Business Prop- SALESLADY Wanted must be 1lge '33. 15 WANTED years diversified- Secretary ex-

Jackson said. "If they would boycott 9:30 Howdy Friends erty Free Open Listings experiences, and willing to work. perience In all phases of office
MarchIn May 20.Long will be the Countywide Music 9:45 Radio Chapel STROUT REALTY Nick's Fruit Stand Itp procedure. Box U, Hake Genevaor
Range us, 'we would be in a bad phone Granite 5-2370.
of the fix." Jackson said that "Brad Festival in the High School Stadium 10:00: Cedric Adams Show Johnle Hansen, RepresentativeP. FOR RENT Two bedroom completely tip 5/11
The long range problem
Youth ParadeThe out-of-county students has been ford County people ought to do at 9:30 a.m. and the Colored I 10:30 :Music for the Missus O. Box 307 Starke, Fla. on furnished N. Walnut house St.with Applyat carport
Citizens Parade at 3 The WANTED
p.m. 11:00 News 5 miles S. SOl Phone Waldo Coney bland TO BUY a Honey extrac-
on Apts. > Apt. 2
the to these
brought to the limelight by everything possible keep regular performance of "StarkeCenturama" 504; E. nrownlee. Itp: tor. L. J. Green, phone 8S-W.
11:05 Let's Go Calling HObart 8-2831 tf
cited children here"Tax Jtp 5/10
classroom shortage. Morgan
in the school
mid-week Youth Day high

parade Wednesday afternoon the rapid growth of the numberof Increase stadium at 8 p.m., and the fireworks 12:00 11:30 Public Farm Roundup Service FOR Fruit KENT Shop.or 935 LEASE: N. Temple- Martin's Ave. FOR RENT-Two bedroom furnished -
last few "Do think local APARTMENTFOR house $25 Pinewood Drive.
these students in the you people will conclude the Itchg
.to the display
Phone
brought tyoung people 12:15 Noon News 378-J. 2tchr I/I
would be willing to have taxes
as he said "It's just a day's events.
forefront in Starke's Centennial years FOR SALE 12 ft. Factory Made
12:30 Talk of the Town RIFTBedrooms
af increased as a result? Morgan FOR RENT-Pour room house and
matter of how many we can Saturdays will begin Plywood Boat windshield Itt'er.Ing
celebration as more than 300 program bath
on St.; .
Cherry known
1:00 Songs of the Siesta as Joe
wheel, 7
asked Jackson. '4 hp Elgin motor
elementary school students rode ford. with registration of Old-Timers Z Large Living Room, and trailer. Guaranteed Truby house. Unfurnished. Gas
decorated bikes and wagons, They are becoming a burdenon "Yes, sir. I would," the mayor! and Homecomers in the Starke 2:00: News Dinette off Living Room. Furnish $2aO Cash. 10 perfectcondition. miles range electric water heater. Apply -
Mrs. Carrie
2:05 Music for Motoring Ward. 2tp 5/10
the county and we don't get .replied. Woman's Club from 9am. on ed. Modern Bath. Really this Is Wet Highway 100 Long Pridge
showed pets, and marched in
gay
Section. Mark Moody. Rt.
3:00 News 1, Box
Centennial costumes alongStarke's any local funds for them, Morgan The matter of federal aid was through the day. Highlights of a second floor bungalow. !89. Lake Butler.! Fla. Itchg 3% PAID ON SAVINGS KEYSTONE -
said. brought up with several parents the day will include a Fashion 3:05 Radio Ranch STATE BANK KEY.

100-year-old Call StreetIn Maj. Harry Hatcher of Camp asking the school board to makea Show on the courthouse grounds, 4:00 News PHONE 7 tf Mama Pried Kindergarten Regis.tratlon STONE FDICL HEIGHTS. FLA.. MEMBER -
for
that storeswere next
spite of the fact year will be
Blanding, a spokesman for the survey of service connected sponsored by Sisters of the Swish, 4:05 At Your 'Request held in the Catholic Hall May
closed for the usual Wednesday 6:00.WRGR News Parade WHEN IN NEED OF 28, 2', 0. Important WANTED 500 new Bottled Gas
Kingsley Lake group said they students to find out if Bradford with prizes awarded in various : that I know. Customers. Low Installation

halfrhohday, the paradewas were interested in finding out County would qualify.It categories, for both men and (World National, State and LANDSCAPING'FILL 5/31 Prompt Service. Harry C. Elrod cost.
witnessed crowds of
by I Furniture Co.
what they could do to help the was pointed out that neither women. Everyone is invited to Sports) Reward for Information leading trcbg
who lined the streets to
spectators DIRTor recovery of
for a glimpse of the happy School Board to solve the prob county receives federal funds wear Centennial costumes and 6:15 Instrumentally Yours tile taken from gray the rubber home of floor E. 21 INCH TELEVISION consoles ill

lem. for the Blanding children. Long be at the courthouse at 2 p. m. 6:45 Public Service DISKINGW. l. Marlev. East of Starke. M., dorm at Palmier tfchff
'marchers. Music was provided by R. Judd Tile Co.
explained that the law for this event. Each 7:00 Newsic Phone 215-J 127 FOR RENT Five
Pledges Fight requires person ap- W. Lafayette St. room furnished
the BUS band which left shortly THIGPEN JR. ItchgFOR
to keep an increase of 3 cent over 7:05 Shank of the Evening apartment. Will accept small
to fight per pearing will describe his or her
"We are going
Orlando to enter'theState baby. 628 N.
after for BL 2 Box 245-D Alton Bd RENT Church St. Phone
Three
bedroom
Band Meet, and the FFA our children in school here," Maj. the preceding year for a county. own outfit. Children are also in Saturday ho U 8.. Corner unfurnished of 17S-W. Apply SIS N. Church SLfiche

Hatcher said. to qualify. The number attendingthe cluded., Same schedule as above except PHONE 297-J Brownlee and Water Sts. See : ,

,String The Band.students were joined by Lucian Conner, speaking for Starke school has been Insufficient The final Centennial parade will 1 to 6 p.m. Road Show. Starke, I'Ia.OrB. Mrs. D. L. Silcox, SJ1 Clark tfchsr St. Will Swap- 22% horse Evinrnde

local clubs the State Farm delegation said Morgan said. be staged at 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday '- motor for good fishing boat
from
and parade organizations units to form a he felt that the State Farm par The most satisfactory solution will be followed by an Old-Time 7:30 Sign On.. Religious programs TENTS REPAIRED A1I 1VF.R..1D.YRADIOI Get them.x now.EED pay TIRES as you ride.. fin Contact at Camp Ll CoL Blanding James A. Itchjr Grlf-

youthscontribution ents were paying as much local Morgan said, would be for KiIgIley Fiddling Contest on the courthouse 1 until .1 p.m. An Make All ...eta Ask for our easy budget terms.
as
colorful panorama funds to Bradford County as Lake and Keystone areas tc lawn at:5 pjn. Each fiddler 1:00 to 6:00 The Sunday Show Reaaaaaale- Caarvea -.......te Lacy Conway Sales and Service. WE BUY AND SELL USED PUR-
to the CentennW'gsuccess. 6:00 U 8:00 See schedule above. CHAS. C, SHEPHERD Union Pus Station.. Starke, Fla. NITURE. Elrod Furniture Ca,
the average Bradford County be annexed to Bradford County. conntestant will be allowed to 7tt W Can St. Stark Pk. 2SI tfcbr Phone 43. tfchf

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I STAKKE, FLORIDA' FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1957 ,' .

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) Fashion Show Is Ce"tennia'' Highlight. arations. Background music was
Hampton supplied by Mrs. Mona Canova. -

HAMPTON ,.. .,- Total collected for the, cancer-

n "'':ai!&) ,'. '..4"..-.llH'- ', r r $ fund drive in Hampton the first Pour

,;)t ,. of this week was $40, Mrs.. Al- ,

87 Airs. D. E. II1I1&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA #,'; ft'rt derman said. She expressed her

appreciation' for all those who
6 : j fy ''I took part in' the fashion show, OutShine

Centennial Fashions \ ', 'A and others who, gave- props for ,
: g the stage:effects.
Modeled Here r '
.Mrs. Ensie Morrow
of Plant
From pantaloons to parasols,. As'
City was a visitor this week in
the :Centennial Preview fashion '
Hampton with Mr. and Mrs.
G.
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at, Hampton Elementary
aMFk
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P. Wadsworth.,
School of 26 was
. night April
a worthwhile glimpse Into high- } P -i iiwjii Mr. ''and Mrs. Edward Saxon

buttonshoesandhorseandbug- 'r V and daughter Gail, who' have a

4L 4 been living in Eau Gallic, moved
gy days. W wv 4
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their former home in .
Genuine antiquities kept company ? Hampton last weekend., .i 4 i1 Jj, "" .
with 1957 ," as models i ",,'
"copies
Richard. May, who has been i ( I IiL1iP
paraded their centennial cos /4. tome jon furlough from the XL S.I ;I a! I
tumes. F. Demorest openedthe "
R. .1Kt t Army 'for the last 30 with
C jr \ days
show with a frockcoatedsuit I Officers 'Shep Tomlinson (left) and Earl Miles pour out 25
: his family. here, is to leave Friday 4 '
actually 80 years or more r. 4 of this week for Omaha, gallons '''of'Dloonshi e confiscated recently when two Negroes,

old; followed by Mrs. Richard 4 Nebraska where'he will 'be sta Clarence Parris and Kermit Clark, were arrested' with the moon- ,

May and daughter. Melody. In tioned. shine In the car in which they' were riding .

"mother and daughter" old-fash- Mr3.; H.: 'B. Wiggins, Mrs. '

ioned cottons. George_Williams and son, Howell,, daughter drove lu Pomona No Mail-Train Change
the
showed
Betsy Matthews -- -' V were ''Jacksonville visitors ,sat- 'I With DST This Year '
to IL Ir I- Park Friday to visit Mr. and
she wore
crowd pantaloons L .ic Mrs. and Ths. <
Frills and finery from a by- urday. Wiggins and Although daylight saving time
give her costume an authentic .N WWilliams attended a .5rdal Mrs. C. C. win Mrs. 1. V.
Albert graced the stage of the ,Rs m rt b which went into effect Sundayin
Mrs. .
touch; followed by gone era < > shower for their granddaughter Hipe.. has
many places changed
Lee, Phillis Darby, and Mrs. Hampton Elementary School and'' niece, Mrs. Douglas Davis, The WMU of Hampton Bap- train, schedules in other ,

Jessie: Young. Mrs. Young's dress, auditorium Friday Apr. 26 as V S4V a the former Marie Wiggins.: tist church will meet oh Thursday -,no change will take place years in
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of shepherd check and black taffeta Centennial costumes were featured -' 'n+ Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Barnes next week a 7:30 p. m. at' mail train schedules at this time

used 14 yards of material, c ? :I and, family have moved from the home pf Mrs. ,D. E.Hill, with Mrs. Mary Williams,
in fashion show Hampton
Mrs. Sarah Law- a spon- Mrs. Hill and Mrs Jim Williamsas
she reported. Y Hampton to Waukegan ni. postmistress, said this week.
son and daughter, Sally, Mrs. sored by the Hampton Committee .. Mrs. Lynn Hall spent last hostesses. The morning mail train comes

M. W. Cressler, in midVictoriandress Demorest, of the county cancer fund r: 'week in Valdosta, Ga. visiting Mr. and Mrs. William G. Mc- through at 9:40 a. m., the sameas

and Mrs. Robert mod Is drive Mrs. Ruby. Johns (top, hE with friends. Crossin have purchased the old it, has been, with all'other

continued the stream of left), wearing a skirt of brown l Sunday visitors at the home Hess place just north of Hampton mail trains stopping here dur-
'Mrs. Sue Thomas was more and shirt waist of white of Mrs. T. F. Brown were Mrs.
of the jersey a and moved in last weekend. ing the night and early morning
modern-her outfit was swiss with puffed sleeves with I D. W. Moore of Starke and theCecil They have two sons, both of she stated.

Gay '90s style; then Nancy Lee circa tie of velvet, shows the high : rI Moore family of Archer. school age. They are from Mary Mrs. Eva Raulerson. mother

Darby; Mrs. Marian Howe, Hal- laced Walking shoes which were xr Bobby Johns, who has recently land. (Continued on Page Three)

1846. were followed by purchased in 1862. :Mrs. Jessie been living in Mississippi, has

Lawson as a schoolboy of you- I Young, (top, center) wears a f .} been visiting for the past weekin '
in an Eton suit-too .. I
know-when dress that was quite'In style Hampton with his mother, I
sissy-looking I for any rough- a century agog} with a half- s Mrs. Wallace Collins. t ALVAREZ' STORE Men's.Clothing i !

house stuff! Mr. Dansby was a trained skirt of black and white Home for the weekend with II -- Established 1894 II it
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gay blade of the 90s. shepherd's plaid made with a their parents, the J. W. Homes,
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Mrs. Virginia Faile sang "Alice flounce and puffing above a fine tIVVt"H) ii 1 were Billy Home stationed with

Blue Gown," accompanied by knife-plaiting of black taffeta. the Air Force at Homestead

:Mrs. ,Mona Canova. for a mu-: The tunic is cut ery long, and ; AFB and Mr. and Mrs. Richard .
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sical intermission. She was followed almost straight around plaited s./ Williams sand son of Tampa. Mr. RAUM'STV

by Mrs. Jessie Chastain at the sides. Mrs. and Mrs. Horne accompaniedthem
very mush American Civil War period. The Another mother and daughter worn' with a pink, organdy skirt.,
Mrs. Edith Parker Alice Faye 'Albert Lee (left in top right to Tampa Sunday return-
distinguishing feature of this team adding to the Centennial Hal Lawson (bottom, right) & RADIO SERVICE
Newman, and Mrs. H. L. Brown- photo) features a colonial costume ing to Hampton on Monday.
costume is the enormous hoop- show Wl'reIrs.. Sarah Lawson shows what the School boys of 100
lee. J. Roy Chastain showed in black taffeta styled Joan Sweeney, daughter of
skirt. Mrs. Betty May and daughter and Sally. The 19th Century years ago wore as he modelsa
skirt featur- 228 S. Walnut St. Starke, Florida
another school-boy style-the with full gathered Mr .sMay Sweeney of Gainesvilleand
Melody, selected for their belles would have had a hard navy blue joutfit, completewith .
Buster Brown outfit completewith giving bouffant of is !
ing a pannier formerly Hampton
Centennial costumes dresses sim- time competing with Patty Law- Eton jacket, starched collar t !
ribbon-streamered hat! effect over the hips, low square visiting relatives in Philadelphia,
trim. ilar in design. The material is son (bottom, second from right) and cuffs of white, blue
Mrs. J. W. Lee, Mrs. Ruby neckline and ruffle lace Pa.
cotton of an unusual deolgnith as she steps out In an outfit blo&ae and bow, knee lengthtrouSt'fS PHONE 509LATEST
Johns in an authentic costume Mrs. M. W. Cressler, (top, right) Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsyth and
buckled shoes and white
scallops around the. bottom giving featuring blouse of black organdy
Including shoes from 1862 and wears a costume representing I Mrs. Ina Knight and son spent
glasses more than 100 years old; ..ni.i-Vfotnrl.in.....- .n._un England. and the an added touch of color.) with full elbow length sleeves, stockings.__n_ Sunday with the Ed Silcox fami-

Mary Lawson, showing especiallyher Tony and Mrs. Leila Mundy, commentator A program of songs was theh and also present to explain the ly in Heilbronn. Visitors Sunday SCIENTIFIC TEST EQUIPMENT

75-year-old scarf; then Ewell I, and fan; followed by 1890 then introduced Guy Andrews presented by Sylvia Paulk, Alice need for funds for cancer was evening with Mrs. Knight in INSURES ACCURATE REPAIRS AT
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Lawson, another dandy from the Mae Gonzalez more Faye Newman, Tony and Mae Miss Dorothy Alvarez, county Hampton were Mrs. Wilma
'90s. Hazel Paulk wore a dress clothes, and Gladys Wynn an centennial chairman, to Gonzalez, and Dorothy Blantonof chairman. Mrs. Floy Sullivan Knight and daughters of Jack- Sensible Prices

103 years old, followed by Pam old-fashioned girl in demure the audience, for reminders of
Lawson, Jean Mundy and Dorothy white from the tip of her para- events to take place during centennial -I Mrs. T. J. Alderman' -, chairman event, and :Miss J Betty Durlingand vis Green and children of,Heil- Results Not Excuses

Eiland. Patty Lawson after layer of week in Starke, May 5- I of the cancer drive Hampton, Mrs. Dorotny Eiland assisted oronn.
sol to the layer
brought back a long-ago rage 11. served as master I of ceremonies, Mrs. Alderman: with prep- Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill an:d .: -: :. ..
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TABKE
FLOBIDA' FRIDAY, MAY .19, 1957

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NOTICE De erl,tioB S. ...T. R. Acres Owaer Taxes DeserfpttoB S. T. R. Acre OwnerTares KOTICB TO APPEAR (OFFICIAL SEAL) Chula A.Darky

Notice Is hereby given U6t'the foUowJnl Jeserlbed lands will 'j \ !. ClreBlt C ut. Bradford Ccuty, 1 ", Clerk of the Circuit Court
be sold at Public Auction on the lIlt day of Yay. 1t57, I.t Starke Lots 8.:9.10: of Elk i ,> ::*I.r'. EH of NEU 'of'' 3' + Florida !. Ckueerr. By Marian U Crosby DetClerk

the Qpunty of Bradford State of Florida to piay the amount due for 2 In Gahagan S/D :- '. A. William Wesley 7.35 NEU S of River. 6 18 '_ 22.10 A. W. Weisner: Martha E. Race, Plaintiff v,. 4/11 4t 1110

taxes herein set opposite to the same, together with all costs_ of such T. J. Alderman*. 2.8' Robert. J. Race, Defendant. -
Lot 19, 23 of Blk 2 NOTICE TO APPEAR
Cue No- 10.2131
ute and advertising.De.erlptlea: 1 & Lot 12 of Blk ,, s ". ; t Lot ford 5 of Shores Lake Bed \ ,> Notice. T. Appear U Ccmit C.Brt.' Bratfer Ceuty.FUrMsi .

s. T. B. Acres Owaer Taxes 3 of GahaganSD Raymond C. Werl- To: Robert J. Rice, whose resident IB ChaBttrr.
: .;. Hamp'Cohen.8.35 E. Keane. Plaintiff50
I I nett 21.76 and address Is: Unknown. Dorothy
NE; of NEa EX Tracts 3D, 4D You are hereby notified that a Martin Joseph Keane, Defendant.
Drainage Easement Com at NW Cor of suit tot divorce Case No. 10-2138
R/W 36 1":0..0 : A1tre Vy Everett 41.81 Blk 2' S of .R 2 L . Mt. Pleasant S/D _' Jessie T. Stewart 5.17 ban been filed against you in the .tie* T. ABBCM*

: E &: run'S 60 ft Traet 12, 13 Carl above named Court and canes and To: Martin Joseph Keane whose
Vote 13. U of Blk. ',- for A POB run E .\ you are required to serve
a of address
Vollkopf S/D eopy and Is
29 In town of -' .. 605ft S 60 ft. W it ,-. ;,' '1 ., Claire 1(. Parks 61.49 .. your alllwer or pleading te m.eem- residence 131 Na -lo_ Avenue: C/o
Sullivan.
.New River %3.j.:0 n. c. E'aldree .45 60 ft. N 50 ft to 1 1". : '' N 200' of W j/i Of :' iI....... ,, .... plaint 0" the Plaintiff Attorney New Marion York New York. ,
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NH of E SOl Guaranty
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SE- of SWys a 27 6 20 ..40 R. H. Green, 3i. 10.11 .1 I S/D EX R/W %1' 22 .* Ella Ellerson- 5.39 !t"Z. .:\ 10 Billy f: 'Williams 81.60 Life Building *cksonTlu *, You are hereby notified that a
-. 'r Florida for divorce, care, custodyand
',: Beg at SE Cor suit
SEy4 of'SWI4' %I' 2040. 'Lucile E. Green 10.11 '. of r ,: '.'.' and file I control of minor children
Pegat SE Cor ofNWU . -?, ; SEU run N on E ; .' y... the riIntA.tn the office of
of ho Clerk has been filed against you in the
tSWi SWU i line of Sect 24 ... of Circuit Court
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E% of SWC of run W 60 ft, N / 'r :t ? r before the above named Court and cause and
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&: SEy of I 200 ft. E 60 ft; ',' ; ,,;.:;.: PT_ SWly S to A '::- 20th day ef May, 1957: yon are required to serve a copy ef
Swy; 23 I CO' P. lL Green 3r, Z5.'l' on line of ... .. Otherwise the answer or pleading
203 .. S 200 ft to"POB 23, I 22 'Johnnie Williams 4.72. Sect 431' W of allegations of Bald your Attorney
Complaint omplaint on the Plaintiff*
. '. '. will ba taken (
,EE% of NWN Com at SW Cor of SE Cor E 431' to ./ ; ;." e ', by rOu. ,as confessed William D. Morgan 507 Clark
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3/4 of SW%, of, '.. ,; NWU of SWU \ FOB 24 8 tilt* 5. :Albert Nelson 6.56 This notice shall be published Building. Jacksonville 2, Florida

NWT Z4 : I 20 :0 R lL. Green, Jr 11.51 run E 460, ft, N t .. .,- 7 lfo.. '.: 1 : CA2aellreek. for four consecutive and file the original in the office
Beg
Z30 ft. E 100 ft line at of a pt Rge.on 22 div&, ':-; 0'5 !;;;i .1,' ',,(t :: ; ..'': ... Bradford County 1'ele.IrrallL of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ones
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Sy4 of SWi4 of' for-POB N 200 ft. : s '-1 '? ,,,t. '' ,'. before the
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NWye t 3t 6 20 11 Queen Esta Cant.e E 50 ft, S 200 ft, 23 of &E&cr. line 35' of S ": ,' I -' --. .;;.. c.\ Dated this Uth day of ApriL 20th dar of May, 1957;
of
line U1 W 50 ft to POB 22 C 22 Horace Colbert '''; -: -' 1557. etherwlse the allegations sail
7.77
'- Hwy 21. run S to will be taken as confess.ed .
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I F' : A. Darby
Lot 3 EX 15.7 A t; I. lake from POD .... by you.This ,
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Beg at SW Cor of the
: Circuit
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Ernest Edwards .. wly on S By Marian notice shall be published
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NWU of SWU & '*- > ; .' ', Crosby
.T ? .. -< Deputy Clerk
.. R/W 75' r. .Sr
& sly 72.6'to ; each week for four consecutive
E4 of N% of run E along U *>? ? ;: ::, ; Y19 4t once
Lot4&Lotb&: : 1 .. Sec line 560 ft r forPOE lake ely along .'*:;:; ,r:: mow'J; :; 6/11 weeks IB th. BRADFORD COUNTY
s of Lot I & N ,I Lake to lot of 1st' i" <, .f -. ,<, TELEGRAPH. .
N 200 ft. E < NOTICE
", I line.from POE' 22J' '' TO APPEAR Dated this 16th day of April.
3/4 of Lot 1. 8. 9 25 8 i r. .
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50 ft. S'ZOO ft to : :Albert Nelson Clftalt eo.rt. .
17.72Addle Bradfsrd
C.aaty
&: 10 'l 'l :0 33S Bigham Enters 1957.
Florida. -
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Com at SE Cor of OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
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J prise Ine. US.S! .. # Anne (
See line / Eaten
along U
NH of NEU, of : Plaintiff, Vs. William Clerk of the1 Circuit Court.
:
: .
50 ft 'to POB 22 C 22 Levy Lennon 8.77 ". ". lL Estes Defendant.
Lots I, 2, 10 11 of NWU of NWU & By Marian I. Crosby, DeputClerk
run N 108 ft for -, '
Blk. 1 In Ward All EU of'1'o.'W14 of case No. 10-UU ..
POE' then W 50 16.tke T. Appear
City 8 7 ZO' G. lL' Parker Ut ti.
t.. NEU, N of Rd 24 6 22 10 Edward Ricks 25.94 ft. N100ft.E50 To: William IL Estes whose resi

Lot I of Blk. 1 In W 40 ft of N 103 Itt ft, S 100ft to POB ,25 .8 !23 Lee deuce and address Is: Clo !lr. K. FOR DEPENDABLE
Ward City 8 'l ZO Irs. L A.. Green 5.17 Davis s.eg Tavenner, 1541 Falrmont Street.
a Wyfof EH of ., Lot 38 In Indian .. Washington, D. C.
N ,
Lot '5 of P/lk. 16 In ; SEU Of r' 7' Beach You are hereby
NEU 28 6 22' Battle 43.46 : Hazel Goodell notified that a t
Ward City t 7.. 20 Earl C. Cook 4.37 Rogers. Cojpedge suit for divorce, custody and control Termite Control
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: ,
,
.' 10J22 of minor
I child
W 68 ft of SEU of 7 ,
H Undivided Int. In SEU of NEU 28' C 22 1 Percy Sullivan 34.20 J. R. KELLY hat above been filed against yoU In the
SWU' of SEU & Tax Collector named Court and cause and O Household A Commercial
.
all SE% of SWU Lot 6 & 7 of Blk Bradford yui are required to serve a
E of hard Rd. { ,County Florida. lour com'
& 2 In Cowling I answer or pleading to the Peat Control
all SEU 'of SWU t Park plaint on the pPa.lntlft'a
S/D : L. H. Hartley 7.85 AttorneyDerore
W of hard Rd EX. : I v CHURCH OF GOD five weeks In the Bradford Frank Landrum, P. O. Box

that port N of Gr. Lots 5&7 of Blk j-; Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morns 'l'elegrapla. County U6, Starke Florida O. Grove Spraying
Rd. &; EX W 25 Dated and file the original In
13 In orlg Town this 19 the office of
ft. 25 S 21 75 W. H. Walnwrlght 28.79 of Starke .- ....- Mrs. W. ,T..Mars Ing Worship, 11 a. m. SundayEvening (OFFICIAL SEAL day) Charies of April A.'Darby 1957 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Can FB. 6-6035

All SWVi of NEy4 ) : shall 146.73 Service 7:45 p. m. YPE Marian of the CIrcuit Court the ,

N of Rd. &; 3A In' Lots 1, 3 of Blk 16 I 1 Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. By L. Crosby Deputy/26 4t Clerk 5/17 otherwise 20th dilly the of May allegations 1957; of-said Florida Pest Control

NE Cor. of SEVi EX W 25 ft & EX S Complaint '
% Reddish 14.22 Prayer Meeting Friday 7:45 p. m. will be taken aa confessed -
of NWViSVt 27 Ii 21 3 Carl
N35 ft of Lot 1 NOTICE 'by
._ LAW1CT TO APPEAR yon. & Chemical Co.
of NWVi EX 3 \ in orig Town of I. Clre.lt (,.'**. Bradford C. Bty, This notice shall be publishedonce
Starke -- Carl Ritch 85.26 Sunday School, 10 a. m. Mem FloridaIia Chancery. each week for four consecutive
A in NE Cor. & } : Gertrude L fiennella weeks in the E'radford 24 N. W. 16th Ave
all N% of SWVi Com 210 ft E of NE ing Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Service John Mennella Plaintiff vs. County TeleDated -
N of Branch 27 I 21 In Cry Reddish, EsL 60.n Defendant. 6atoesYtn! ,, FloridaThat's
Cor of 1- 7:30
Broadway m. this
Saturday
p. Case N. 10-t148 16th day of April,
SVJ of NEVi of NE!%' 10SWVS I 21 20 Yo 1. Thomas 1.69 &; Hoyt Sts &: run Notice T. Appear 1357
N 105 ft E 52H NOTICE TO APPEAR To: John Mannella. whose residence .
-
of SE 4 13 G 21 40 Doris Dell Etal 1.1 ft S 105 ft W 52H IB Clrevlt Court. Bradford CMt7FlorUai and address Is: Unknown.
ft to POB 28 C 22 Cyde W. Colspn 34.13 !. Cfc Bcery. You are hereby notified that a

1 Lot In NE Cor. of suit for divorce Our Business
Raymond E. Musclano Plaintiff vs.
Lot 2 of Blk 1 of has
been filed against
Lot 17 being 666 Defend yon la the
Geraldine Mae Musciano
ft. in Woods L T & Cos S/D Elizabeth McCoy above named Court and cause and
sq. \ ant. If It's Glass We Have It!
lU Agt 9.90 you are -
lawn 10 I 22 3 N. H. Starling required to serve a
Case No.ITo 10-2151 copy of your answer or pleading to CALL WRITE or VISIT
Lots 17, 18 In WH of Lots.3 & 4 Netlee T.'Appe.r the complaint "a the rialntlffs
Woodlawn 11 Ii Z2 20 A. Morris 13.22 ofB1k27inLT : Geraldine Mae Musclano. Attorney Carl G. Swanson109
&.Cos S/D Frances Sfocum Williams whose residence and address Is: Law Exchange Building, Jack Joe Peters Glass Co.

WV4 of Lot 141n 6.27 1215 North 10th Street Takoma, sonville 2, Florida, .
Carlton G. Wi1lla ps US Washington. and file the
Woodlawn 11 I U 3 > original in the office of
Blk 4 In Temples You are hereby notified. that a I the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or FOR
NV4 of NEU of add EX Lots 1, 2 suit for divorce before the 27 day of May, 1957 ANY GLASS NEED
SEVi / U Ii 22 20 Agnes Thomas Wainwright & 3 of Blk 4 'A. A. Annis 22.30, baa been filed against you la the otherwise the allegations of said: We Design Modern Store Fronts
1.69 above named Court and cause and Complaint will be taken ,
as confessed
i'I :om at SE Cor of and you are required to serve a by yon. Just Mail Us A Pattern for

NW 4 of SW% EX NEU of SE% of copy of your answer or pleading to This notice shall be publishes once
lOA In NE Cor. Z2 Ii' 22 30 Agnes 1'''!'' as Wainwright NEU & run N 18 "- the complaint on the Plaintiff each week for four consecutive Table Tops
!9.69 ftV 107 ft for Louis T. Ransom 608 '
Attorney weeks In
A POE', run N 115 .r Consolidated Building Jacksonville graph. the Bradford County Tele 1313 N.W.Mth PL. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353

Et4 of NWU of ft, W 100 ft. S :. Florida, Dated this 19 day of April 1957.
SE4? 225 22 10 Elizabeth Prince 115 ft, E 100 ft to t and file the original In the office of Official Seal) Charles A.
6.67 POB 29 C 22 S. W. Halsten 28.94 Darby
Bartell the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Clerk of the Circuit Court

before the 27 day of May, 1957: By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Lot 9 In Town of Beg at NE Cor of otherwise the allegation of said
Lawtey E of Ry. '' Sadie Crawford 3.16 SEU of NEU run Complaint will be taken as confess 4/26 4t 6/17
W 335 ft. S 330 \ ed by you. -

Lots 3, 4, 5. 6 of I ft to POB then E .... This notice shall be published once IB The County J_ &e'. Court IB
Blk. 13 In Law I 130 ft S 50 ft I each week for four consecutive And For Bradford Caontr.
tey E of Ry. ;.I"" Jessie Armstead 9.69 W 130 ft N 50 ft weeks In the Bradford County Tele In Re: HUNDREDSof
\ to POB 29 G 22 \ Lela Buckles 16.03 graph. Guardianship of Merton F. Clark.

Lot 1 SID of Lot 13 t .tIn Dated this 19 day of April 1957. NOTICETo
.
Town of Law. Com at NE Cor of (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby, All Whom It May Concern:
tey E of Ry. '. .. .W. J. Barber 7.69 SEU of NEU &; Clerk of the Circuit Court You are hereby' notified that the details are managed and economically
\ run W 350 ft. S # undersigned Guardian of
By Marian L Crosby Deputy Clerk Merton
Lot 2 In Rlk 16 In .' #, 165 ft for A POP. 4/26 4t 6/17 F. Clark has filed a petition in attended that only a trained and
I4 wtey E of Ry E >. '.. Harry Kittles 5.17 thence S 50 ft, E. t the above styled Court seeking careful] organization attend when

+ 150 ft.. N 50 ft, W NOTICE TO APPEAR authority to sell Wards remainder can
One Lot 100 ft E a-.'. ; 150 ft to POB 29 S 22 L..Y. Gatlinx 36.70 IB Clrvmlt C*. t. Bradford C* BtyPtorMai Interest in the following describedreal the urgent 'seed! for serving is at
& W by 274 ft N t t IB Chweerr.Efenlel estate in Bradford County.
& Sin SW Cor of v;:-: Com at NE Cor of E. Salmon. Plaintiff, vs. Florida, to witsBeginning hand.

Lot 17 EX S 1J7 '. 4 ?. SEU of NEU & J Patricia Leary Salmon, Defendant. at the Southeast '
ft in Lawtey E of run W 100 ft S Case N. 10-2152 corner of Section 27, TIS. R 22
Ry -;-- Pertha Florence 7.17 15 ft for A POB \ h If.. T.' Appear East and running North 172 feet

then run S 100 ft To: Patricia Laary Salmon, whose thence run West 93.72 feet to
Con at SW Cor of .,. '.' 'IiWi.l W50ftN100ft residence and address; Is: 7S15 Bur- Iron stob for point of beginning, DeWITT C. JONES
Blk 18 & run N : E 50 ft to POB 29 6 22 William T. Bennett 44.96 nett Road, Austin, Texas. I thence run North 300 feet to

274 ft for A POB. :e'f\ \ You are heraby notified that a Iron pipe, thence run, West 46S.73 _,_. Phone 7 Starke, Fla. __
run W 80 ft, N .' Beg 15 ft W of NE I cult for divorce feet to iron pipe, thence run
102ftE80tS ; Cor of W% of baa been filed against you In the I South 300 feetto iron pipe, Funeral Director Ambulance 1
102 ft to POB in NEU of SEU of s above named Court and cause and thence run East 468.73 feet to Serric

Town of Lawtey NEU run S 140 you are required to serve a eopy ot point of beginning, all section
E '-'. : I Robert Austin 8.17 ft. W 100 ft to Our local funeral horns enable to offer '
of Ry your answer or pleading to the com 27, T 6 S, R 22 East u oooTenleacMMrviee u4
POP S 200 ft, W plaint on the Plaintiff Attorney and petition shall be heard by the not ctharwiw available.We
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Lot 27 In Town of 220 ft, N 200 ft '
Louis T. Ransom, 608 Consolidated -I Hon. Geo. L Patten, one of the
Lawtey E of Ry ; .deiV,/ J. W. Barber 1.95 E 220 ft to POB %9' C 221A Elmer Thornton 8.27 Puilding, Jacksonville 2, i Judges of said Eighth Judicial -

.f Florida Circuit of Florida, in and for Brad ., I 'Jj
S 165 ft of Lot 32" 'V! 'In $W Cor of .
and file toe original In me office of ford County, at the Court Housein
in Town oftey" I4tw. J Lot 4 of Blk 12 in turning the phi eit service at lowest and
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Starke, on May 10th, 195'l/ at type prices,
E of Ry :" Jessie Lee Barber t 4.87 Gaskins add :\ ., Seymonne Collete 1957 2 in afternoon.
before the 27 day of May, : p.m. accept ANY life insurance policy la force, Issued by ANT
Rosier 6.27
otherwise the allegations of said This April 10th, 1957.
Lot 4! In Town of -;.. ::1 ..I. : Complaint will be taken at confessed Theron A.. Yawn, Guardianof company aa payment la pan or in full on a fraenL
Lawtey E of Ry LJ" Will Lee 9.19 Com at NE Cor of by yon.This person I and property of Consultation carries

-' SEU of SEU run notice shall be published Merton F. Clark Incompt.I no obUntlao.
W 1A of Lot 43 InTowno A: I W 1186.3 ft, S once each week for four eonsecu- 4/19 4t 5/10 -
( Lawtey 353.3 ft. then E !
B of Ry ? it" Harry KlttUs 8.25 395.6 ft, S 948.8 .

ft, W 401.9 ft. N Drive wH care everywhere!
Lot 47 & S 1/3 of >- I ;'. 948.8 ft to POB 30 6 22 8.9 LeRoy Wilson i 7.77 .. \'
Lot 46 in Lawtey -, '
"t E of Ry ( .';'- -',-- Amelia .Hawkins 21.76 That port of SWU s sC I'

of NEU N & W "
Lot 49 & N 1/3 of .t ,
< Randall
of Co Gr Rd 31 t 22 F. Chitty 9.91 I ':. '
Lot 41 In Lawtey '
'
E cJ Ry _' ___ ; Fannie Stewart B.67 NEU! of NWU EX .. .oJ come tryChevrolet's ;- : l

... 5 Ain SW Cor 4 ., :
1 Lot 100 ft N' & i Ii EX 2 A In NE : .

S by 400 ft E & Cor 32 ( 22 33 Gus McFashlon 22.80 I- '.' f
W. I in SE Cor of .. ., .-

Com at SW Cor of .fl1'f ", .
'* Lot 52 In Town iJ 1.11. NWU of SE% & .ll... ; .
of Lawtey E of.' run E 221 ft, 'N .. '. '
new I
-it; :: James Lewis Parber 6.16 :
Ry 152 ft for'A FOB i.; I .
run N 129 ft to -s..;iri'' i .
Loti 10. 11 In Otts E side of Rd 13, .
S/D of Lawtey J. L. Nicholson E.17 sly along Rd 146 n. .- .... rF, d b

ft, E 82 ft to POB 32 C 22 D. E. Knight r 16.53 .
N1 of );E1.1 01 "tC. .

SE'.I: NE of Com at SE Cor of -
NW of SEI; r%1 .S "Z! 30 Clara L. BrrsoJ13.1% NWU of SEU & ,:. -Turbinetake-off!! '

run N 566 ft for "w.r .. .5
E uo ft of SEIi of A POP run W S-
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Manuel McXeal 17.24
SW33< of NWI4 25 S. 22 7. 490 ft. N 274 ft, .

N 3/t of NE4! 25 Ii 23 10 Lee Kue Theung 48.92 E 280 ft S 228 1b- .. .
ft. E 210 ft. S 46 .
ft to POB 32 6 22 2 Harrington Chandler 12.41 .
SE, of NWI4 of A

S\V; 25 Ii 22 10 John Al1en. 5.97 .ots 2&3 of Blk ...............:.'.....,."w"w"w...:..:':':"<::>:::'::>"::::>:::>:::: ::'.::,:<':X...:<'::.:.:.d"',:";::":::.,.".,,.":.,"..,."d. .. Ig.r '
in Lincoln -,'..'-">>::,,,,>::::::::::' ':: ::::, :::" ::::::::" ''' ,
EE: of SWy4 of 16 ._'_.,..-_ .. .._ _
u L.UCIOUS
Swy4 25 I :3 10 c. Y. &: : Dings City cottle 4,951
elder s 5.67SWt4
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t Lot as desc DB '

of NEU of tSEy4 77 Page 335 33 I 22 A. J. Carver 7.35 .

ZI I 23 10 Robert White U'llA 1
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%A In SE Cor of'
SEU of NEU being .
I
Cor of _
NW
In
SEU of NWU 35 I '23 1 Will>trd &: Crawford 3.75Si' 105 ft sq 34 6 22 H Pearl M. Colson 2.47 N

Blk 3 18 Lots EX .. -' '
of SWU of '
NW, %, 8 I 22 %0. Clarence Moore Ul E 41.67 ft of Lots ,. 'p' 1.
11 '
1.3. 5.7.9. ;
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Com 25 N of Gr 13. 15, 17 of Blk t
Rd & 50' E of 3 EX W 83.33 ft '.:,. .
Cnt of Hwy 301 of Lots 1 & 3 l' ,A'. '

run nely on E R/W &: Plk 4 EX Lots ;. r =
1100', E647.8 for f. 1 thru 6. 8 in security '. -: >,- ,
A
HS 'Louie' F. Roberts 14.98 t
POB. Cont E 363'y .' I
to W R/W of RR r -
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X on R/W 120' E 175' of WH of ,
W 363', S to POB 10 I 23 1 Jasper D..Ford ..11 SWU of SE%, DB' n
; Brooks .
8., l ae)9' 351W ( 23 5 Zone 677 *

N 139 ft of that ( :
of SEU of -u 13 A of N% of .
portion -. 2 7 22 13 James; Thomas Way % '
NEU W Of Hy I NE%.of SW}* 1..80 1

EX W 705 ft 16 I 221 3ft' Virginia U. Hoss 18.61 .

1 Lot In SE Cor" of .... N portion 332 ft of of SH that of Sweet, Smooth and Sotty-lhofj Chevy 1 Model Illustrated. the Bel Air Sport. Sedan with Body by FhEerrTurboglide

NWU of SWU of SEU of SWUthat ,
SEU being 38 ft lies E of Rd 3 7 2J S William Henry

N &; S by 330 ft _, '- te+ Smith ,64.61 Is the first and only triple. response'that's safer all the way. I

E & W POB being \. '
in SH of ,' NWU of S&"I In GR (Grade Retarder position
can/ ,
; transmission! You eeI the
NWU of SWU of EH of SEU of s ., 'I turbine (
,
f .
SEU lC 1 22,' Ardell & Dorothy .. NEU & SW}( of v : Turboglide helps.slow you down-saves
4 7 22 :0' J. C. Edmondson :' ZS'O'
Bell HQward 37.'l0 SEa of NEU dlfferencefroii first take-off!
I your very
# <: I 3our.brak es on long, steep hills
Com at SE Cor of"- .
1 Lot 339 ft E &
W by 660 ft N &; .. SWU of CCEU &: ? .' Just dip Turboglide into"D"for"Drive" When you team Turboglide with
N 460 ft for .
run
S In SW Cor of J
SEU of NWU4A 1T G 23'5' \ Etta Jones 4.22 A POB. run W ./ and Pay it no mind. There is no "Low" Chevy's new Pos traction rear axle,
500 ft, N 65 ft. E
> as desc In DB..... 500 ft, S 65 ft to' 'or other positions to worry about. you've really got it made! Youhave. CHEVROLET
Ik 60 Pg 339 11' U h James Crucer US POB 5 7 22 l' Nora SuttOn ," 'l.17'Com

"' ,'.. For this is the automatic with triple surer, safer,control on any road surface.
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All that portion of '__ 210 ft E of :- -
EH of Blk 6 S of NW Cor of. NWU j 4:. .. turbines.One for quicksilver starts from a Try a sweet smooth and sassy Chen

R 3 W Temples #,_ t .... of NEU & run S ; .... ..\
SID that lies In 210 ft. E 420 ft. ; f 3'-, .. : standstnLAnotherforcream-smoothauis- rolet with ,these two new extra-cost GET A WINNING DEAL ON.
NEU of SWU EX N 210 ft W 410 R,' $-' -, ::,:. :. :
EZOft&EXW ft to POB 5 7 222 Susie Miller ;- '- -, 9.35. ing. And a third turbine for passing options at your Chevrolet dealer's. THE OUMPIOM .

100 ft and EX N : '.f. : :; .. I
UI% ft 21 e .22 David Gunter 10.35 NEU of SWU &: "'r .!:;:'" -.:... i y* t .ut
All EH of SEU .
of SWU N of .
Lot. 1. 4 & E 19H ... -
of Lots 2. & 3 of Branch & All '

Blk 13 in N.Reno. ..v. ..! :..:._ .' -.,. Fsank Williams. .5.77 NWU of SEU W /i Only franchised Chevrolet dealers L B&j/ display this famous trademark *
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,0>,'" -. ofRy & All SWU : .. ,

Lot 3, 4 of Blk 1 r of SEA W of Ry / __. ", ..u' .
In Gahagan S/D -. &:; N of Branch 5 7 22 88 J. F. Studstlll. Jr. 107.42. .& .
EX R/W ; I i. James Clark. Jr. ..,1 i I' .' :: '
Chevrolet Dealer'Ii:7
12A In SE Cor of iNEU See Your Local Authorized
Lot 8 of Blk 1 In n..t. of NWU 21NEU 7 22 12 L. R. Kalch. Est. 3.97. .

Gahagan S/D EX : 1 's_ .
R/W : .,! : Aaron Holley I.':! of SW'I1 of v ;. ,

NWU 21 7 22 10 L. J. McLeod 3.56 ... e,
Lot S of Blk 2 la "

Gahagan S/D __.... ; !-..: Levy Lennon S.21 Swyi of NWU 22 7 22 40 Oscar GriXfis _J 16.74 .

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I FRIDAY, J1AY 10, 1937 1'-"' BRADFORD. OOUNTT TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE THBEr I

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; ton at news of ,the death of her


Old Time Recipes Still Good TodayBy Week.sister, Mrs.Mrs.-'Dsa rtha Peuker Reichelt, last* .


so of Brooklyn, N. Y.. expec-v
.
-- to remain here for a longervisit
I; Alice McGarvey gether, stuffed In casings, boiled,, ;
I and then smoked.
Some of the recipes used when 'Mrs. Jack Shoemaker &"1
:
Since their raised almost ..
parents
Starke
was young still make children of Tallahassee -
were vis'ing -
.
good Fashions all of their own foodstuff,,, '
eating
today.
last week in Hampto'n
with
and hair the year's grocery bill was very iii -:-. ; ..r
change in styles
but slice clothing ot oven-warm pound small as compared to today,,: \ ( Wherein the lovely Spring daysgo this year and put out.a new patchin the T. J. Aldermans' Mrs. Sho-
a maker is
by.I sew and dream of the another place. Soon the busy Mr. Alderman's' daugh-
averaging about $100 ,,
cake tastes as good today as it per year a
The chief "store many new things we have plan- wrens will be coming to nest In
bought" items ter.Mr
I I
did when baked by the same re* .
50 were" coffee, flour, and salt. And I ,1 iflL''i. ned. Geese are flying north. my boxes and I begin my twelfth and Mrs. J. E, Toles and

cipe yeors ago. 86 sometimes parched meal, grits, 1 All day thy* wings- have fanned, year in Nebraska. It is a lovely Miss Sara Rucker of Rome, Ga.. "

Mrs. Sally Haislop Tiscn, or sweet potatoes were used asa I $ S ,At that far height, the cold I I rolling state of definite seasons. arrived last week for a
who tan the old Starke Houseon Cold:: winters hot summers and ,
coffee substitute. thin atmosphere; visit with the :Marvin Faile-.
Call Street around the turn I

of the century, had the reputa- They bought cloth by the bolt Yet stoop not, weary, to the delightful One is so springs happy when and autumns winter Is: Visiting with the W. A. Saxcn
plain homespun for the men'sclothing
!!I
welcome land family last week
tion of making "the best pound over, yet welcome the first snow were Mr. and
and blul-and-white
a
cake in the county." check for 'women's dresses, as! Though the dark night is near. in the' falL The heavy snow did Mrs. Joe B. Oliver and two

is the she's been William C- Bryant not reach It grandsons of' Ft. Lauderdale.
This recipe well as for sheets and us. was south of us.
using for more than 70 years; cases. pillow In the still dark night we stir- We are up in the northeast cornerof Mr. and Mrs. :Madison Lee of

One pound each of butter, sugar Sweet Potato Pone red restless In our beds. Struggling the state, next to the south West Palm Beach, were weekend

and flour; one pinch of Another awake we raised on one elbow -I Dakota line. Deep fertile black guests in. Hampton with the Say
of sisters living
family
ons and with Mrs. J. H.
Saxoi.
baking soda, 12 eggs, one tablespoon now In the new Saratoga and listened. Over the muted I soil with rolling hills over which

lemon extract; and' one Heights section of Starke 'air there came the honk, honkingof the sun gives us beautiful sun- .
are COME COME
BOYS
f table spoon cold water. descendants of the Baisden wild geese calling. There Is, rises and sunsets.

iii family, early settlers of the city. nothing that I have ever heard Bye now, and God bless you There is not a member on th'!
that made heart faster
ones trip
The three sisters reside together every one. staff of either of the Starke
and filled one with joy and yearning -
. in a new home only a short distance LOVE papers that can write a line of
as the sound of wild geese going -
from theoriginal family LURA anything beond a local.Lake
over in the night Some times
homestead. They are. the Misses Butler Bulletin. .
3 and feed the Mis- .
they rest along
Addie and Rosa Lee Baisden, and .
The Starke know what
souri River. Into papers
on
They
wjll go
Mrs. Alice (Noon) Jones.
Since there were ten In the ,. :.e Canada to nesting grounds. This the people want Therefore they
have had the HAMPTONContinued the columns of their
year we privilegeto keep papers
IT" family, their mother always
thousands of and full of local happenings
cooked in large quantities. Her I II see geese newsy
I ducks. When they went south I instead of writing columns upon
recipe for sweet Potato Pone was -
this: now of Lawtey, lived on Orange ski) made and served this deli-I two cats, were driven down in a last fall they must have flown ( from columns of abuse which the peo-
Page
Lake, where her father manageda cious treat I 1) Advocate.
the for.-
Vt, Grate a dishpan full f sweet "by barrell" buggy oy Jim Nicho, aso a very high. ple care nothing

wYt, ,. potatoes (their grater was home- large orange grove. She still these suppers. This is the recipe: preacher. Along the route Mr. The above verse is taken froma of Miss Louise Raulerson, first Sept. 15. 1898. '

made, consisting of a piece of uses the recipe for' orange pre- Custard three whole eggs, Nichols promised the girls that longer poe'm, "To a Waterfowl.. and second grade teacher at RIGHT POINT for the
serves that her mother THE
tin perforated with nail holes); handed pUi? two yolks (slightly beaten), he would show them "where I have loved the poem all my life Hampton Elementary School, is write. Come In and seleCt -
down to her '
many years ago: half since I studied it 'back in the in Alachua General Hospital in way you
fourth money
add two quarts of cane syrup, 12! cup sugar, teaspoonsalt grew on bushes. When favorite ESTERBBOOK
Ii4 I eggs (beaten), and some grated The rind, juice, and seeds of ,. one quart scalded milk, they reached Bradford County he grades and had to commit it to Gainesville for treatment. Fountain your Pen. TFLEORAPH
large, sour are removed
orange peel for flavoring. Dried oranges one teaspoon vanilla. Combine pointed to the beautiful strawberry memory. Mrs. Wilson Bedenbaugh of
and the white '
orange peel always hung from membrane cut in eggs, sugar, and salt; graduallystir fields and said, "That's Well our new funeral car has Hampton is home from the hospital file the original In the office o
Court o
the rafters of their home and was quarters. The membrane sections in hot milk. Cook over hot where money grows on bushes." not come yet. It is being made in Palatka: and is much The before Clerk of the the 27 Circuit day of May,

M about the only flavoring used: are then soaked in heavy (but not boiling) water until Mrs. McRae learned to cook over in Ohio and Mr. Cole will improved. or ; otherwise the allegations of
brine for several Brine is laid be taken I
days. will
This mixture was baked in a custard coats silver spoon, stirring when she was ten years old. Her go over and bring it to us. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardenf Complaint

: large flat pan in the oven of a poured off and water added. constantly. Add vanilla and grandmother used to make the I am all excited though overa Jacksonville were recent visitors confused This. notice b1 70U.shall be publish

wood stove for several hours Water is changed each day until chill. following meat loaf in the Dutch new' chapel that Don is having athe :M. L. Wattersons in once each week for Bradford tour conseCutive Count-
the' ,.
until dry. It could be picked up the pulp no longer has a bitter Islands Beat two egg whites oven of their fireplace: built onto the south side of the Hampton. Saturday afternoon. weeks In

and eaten out of the hand. taste. It is then cooked in home- until stiff; fold in four table- Mix ground pork with chopped Mortuary. It is 60 feet long and fro and Mrs. Owen Bryant of TeDaBtedPthiS SEAL!4 day) Charles of April A. Dart, 1957OFFICIA

Their grandmother, Mrs. Turn made cane syrup until it thickens. spoons sugar and drop from onions salt and pepper to taste, will have folding doors' from this Waldo visited with the Watter- ( Clerk of the Circuit Cou
Mrs. Rosier is well known for CleT'
Kin did all her cooking on the spoon into scalding water. Cook and add stewed tomatoes. Crum- part into the chapel. It will have sons.Mr. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy 4/2& n 5/F
her canned fruits and vegetables.
The Baisden sisters ble cornbread pews like a 'church with an altar! and Mrs TVnip-las n viq
fireplace. esi into the
The Haislop Sisters meringues until firm, about five enough -'
I liked her "Generous Bis She puts up many of the farm mixture and a front door. I am so happyover of Jacksonville: newlyweds of
They still recipes learnec: pecially her or ten minutes.. Lift meringues so it can be shaped I ,
use products that family uses. it and I will not have to April H were recent dinnerguests
put ,
into GIDAIREITHE
cults" with watermelon rind pre- out carefully and dry on absor- a loaf. Cover and bake.
r in their girlhood. serves. and has sold hundreds of jars out chairs for funerals. It will be of the George Williams FRI
bent paper. Mull for Rice Eaters
of her specialties. an asset to the town and our family in Hampton. Mrs. Davisis
The for the biscuitswas
, levening
Cream the butter and sugar Floating IslandA To serve, pour cold custard An outdoor recipe that sounds
business. the former :Marie
until fluffy. Add eggs and beat Horsfords Bread Preparation popular favorite with the into serving dish, top with "float- mighty good is revealed by Ju- Wiggins, BESTKNOWNNAME
Don has been He daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
until very light Then add flour, which came in a two-parl men folks in Starke some 75 ing island," and sprinkle with nius Smith. He doesn't know its delivering gas. IN EUCTRICREFRIGERATION
is to home now and let the Wiggins of Jacksonville and
come ,
baking soda, water, and ex package. Two teaspoons of acid ago was the "Floating Is- nutmeg or a dab of any tart history, but says that "rice eat-
years '
man 'who is digging'the shrubs granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
tract.Beat until smooth. was used to one of soda. She land" prepared by Mrs. Louis jelly may be used to center the. ers" call it a Mull, and it was
who is digging out the shrubs H. B. Wiggins of Hampton. The RANGESWATER
used white flour and baked in a
Mrs. Tison bakes this for island. always popular when served over
wife of
Witkovski an early
Dutch and things take them up to the wedding took place in ,Folks- HEATERS
about an hour at 125 degrees, oven. They were called Starke merchant and mayor. Mrs. McRae's Meat Loaf rice to the hunters or fisher-
and set them out. We ton, Ga.
cemetery CONDITIONERS
Generous Biscuits AIR
I because
using a tubular cake and they Mrs. H. M. men at Supper Pond. ,
pan, When the lodge members had a McRae of the Pine Mrs. Martin of
rose so must make'way for the new Chernega_ WASHERS & DRYERS ;
always puts a lid on top. high. benefit supper at the Red Men's Level section" remembers comingto Fry diced bacon, add diced
Here is how she made Water- building. I have had Digger tied Brooklyn, N. Y. left recently for -
Came From KentuckyMrs. melon Rind Preserves Hall (a secret fraternal order of Bradford County from Geor! onions, and cook until transparent out all afternoon.- her home after coming to Hamp-

Tison and her sister, Mrs. The rind : that day) Mrs. Witkovskl was gia. Her father, David Johns, Put in large pot, add sliced HELPFUL HINTS. This is custard Get The Best For Less
was leaving
peeled. her Float- preacher at the Union potatoes and fresh toma- NOTICE TO APPEAR
always asked to serve Baptist raw ,
Laura 84 to Bradford
Moseley, came only the white part, and covered pie time. To prevent spilling I! (n Circuit Court. Bradford C.ar(7,
Island. Church[ .,came here first with toes. Cook to Delicious AtSmith'sGarase
ing a sauce.
County with their parentsin Intie I 1 Florida i f..t'cfT.-
with salt water, to which a small the mixture, pour some piecrust
1881 from The Mrs. E. S. Matthews recalls their household goods. Mrs when served over rice and accompanied -' Paul J. Welts Plaintiff, vs.
Kentucky. of added and set in the oven, pour
lump alum had been Frances L. Weltz, Defendant.
that her mother (Mrs. Witkov- Johns, her two daughters, and by fried fish. I r
family settled about five miles and left to stand overnight The the- rest- In- a- niteher- and- fill it Case No. 10-2156

out on Lake Butler road, on next the rind washed on the vra from the pitch Notice to AppearTo
day, was yyYyyyyyyyYyyTyyyyvvyICLAY Anderson : Fr'ances L. Weltz whose .
the old Cooksey farm. At pres- free of salt, put in the wash Saxton -' Miss June. Tyler. Brothers er. I bake potatoes in tin foil. 1 t residence and address is: 206 West -

ent the two sisters live in adjoining pot, and syrup added to cover. HILL Ziff Miss Lula Mae Lewis. I First Auto DealersThe flute the edge of my pie crust 20th You Street are hereby, Erie, notified Pennsylvania.that a Sales and ServiceWe

homes in Starke, and are It was cooked slowly until the Double Run Miss Boots Brown. with fore finger and thumb. I suit for divorce Service All Makes of '

both quite active, doing their own rind was transparent and the Hartsburg Miss Virginia distinction of opening the make the crust a little larger above has been named filed Court against and 700 cause In and the Electrical: Appliance

cooking and housework. Mrs. syrup of the desired thickness. by Mrs. J. L. StrIcklafl'LAAALLLAAAAaLLAAAAAAALA first automobile agency in than the.pie pan. Turn under
Moseley also takes care of her Grandmother Tumblin stored this & Brantley. Starke, belonged to the Anderson crust and flute the edge. Mamma complaint of your answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading Attorney to the-
PHONE 12*
own garden, and prides herselfon in 8 stone churn in the smoke- Sandy Lane Miss Lorene Brothers, who in 1914 opened a somtimes used a fork. -
her famous cookies Held from last week.) % T. Frank Landrum, P. O. Box
syrup house. ( Green.\ Ford agency 'on Thompson Street Here is a lemon pie with milk 546, Starke, Florida
This is how she makes them: I in a building used the in filling
Lye Hominy Mr. and Mrs. Marion Wilkinson Greenwood Miss Emnialyne now by :

One cup cane syrup, one cup To make Lye Hominy, they and family spent the weekend Pringle. bottling plant LEMON CREAM PIE. One and a

sugar, fourth pound butter, fourth took half a bushel of shelled with home folks at Clay HilL Vanderbilt Carrie Bell Nor- Albert Anderson partner in fourth cups sugar, 6 tablespoons i

pound lard, one egg, quart or corn and put it in a wooden Mrs. Robert Martin and chil- man. the business, got out one of his cornstarch, half teaspoon salt, 2

flour, and one tablespoon each tub, made by cutting a syrup dren of Highland spent the week- I Miller Miss Ellen Black- ledgers recently and gave the cups 2 cups of milk..Stir togetherand

of all spice, nutmeg, and ginger. barrel in half. The corn was end with Mrs. Martin's parents. welder. following information on the cook until thick. Add three '

'Cream shortening, sugar, and covered with water, to which was the Yougan Padgetts and othersat Pressing Farms Miss Lula prices of the Fords (or Tin Liz- beaten egg yolks and remove sei-S;

syrup, add egg and dry ingredi- added a few drops of lye water Clay Hill. We were glad to Wilkerson. zies as they were called): from fire. Add 2 tablespoons says '-

ents. A little water or butter- "Price of ,a two-seater touring butter and stir until meltedthenadd
(Sterling's Ball Potash dissolvedin have them in church and Sunday Little Springs Willie Mae

milk is added to make a dough a large quantity of water). School: We can always depend Newsome. car was $530," he said, half cup lemon- juice and .. "Super Sue ice cream is

stiff enough to be rolled out After soaking overnight the corn upon these girls, Kathleen and Gum Branch Miss Elizabeth "while the lone-seater roadsterwas grated rind. Put In 9 inch piecrust good food for everyone-
and cut with cookie cutter. Bakein $500. Those prices were delivered Put a of lemon
was swollen and the tough skin Janet, taking part In any activi- Harnage. teaspoon
hot oven. could be rubbed off on a hand- : ty we ask them to help In. Bethel Mrs. Ralph Gainey. to Starke, full of gas Juice In the meringue, using the especially growing youngstersa -

Mrs. Moseley is atad known made rubbin board. The Thumb-I Mrs. Gertie Faircloth, who Blue Pond Ruth Fender. and oil, and ready to go." three whites and beat stiff. Add refreshing treat at any time. \ )

for her Half Moon pies. somewhat Tread width of the first cars 6 tablespoons, and then
ins had one made by a colored has been 'on the sick list for Garden City Miss Lois sugar, >!

similar to apple turnovers. man. Therf the corn was washed, some time, was able to be withus Starling. was 60 inches, Anderson said, the lemon juice. Spread on pie Enjoy lots of this .

The apples are cooked, flavored cooked and stored in a stone potThey in Sunday mornin services. as compared with the standardof and seal edges. Make swirls on nourishing food every day!" f. '.

with allspice. nutmeg and cane called this Big Hominy.: for 56 inches today. top' brown In oven.
Rev. Gordon preached us St. Edward's Church .
syrup. She either bakes them in Sun-Cured Meat I last Saturday night and this Other early car dealers In Next week I hope to clean the e. .

the oven or fries in deep fat Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middle-i Saturday night we will have Rev. Sunday Mass at 9:16 a. m. Starke were Freeman Register, attic and linen closet I am later ,FIt's

The dough is ordinary pie crust. ton recall some, of the old-time I I Patterson. We need to urge the Holy day masses, 6:30 a. m. and who handled the Buick and this year, but am just gettingover !

As children, the sisters remember food they remember as children. importance of our Sunday night 8:30: a. in.Ghildren's. Chevrolet; Quigley & Davis the flu I had. I will plant a good...

enjoying old-fashioned liver Sassafras tea was used as a'': services and Wednesday prayer Catechism Class each Willys-Knight; Marks & Livingston garden before Easter, I hope. A It's SUPERIOR

pudding, made by cooking the springtime tnnic. but the children meetings. Wednesday at 3:15: p. m. the Maxwell. man with a tractor will plow all c 4ssuII'

liver in water until tender, add- Keystone Heights One of the first cars that is our gardens. I have some Irish
considered it a treat. Originallyit
ing cooked rice in equal propor- was made by boiling sassafras Rev. Higdon has been at the (At St. William's Chapel) best remembered is an old-time potatoes eyes, treated so as to : ICE CREAM

tions, onions and seasoning to woods but Long Branch church as pastorfor (Follow Hiway 21 south to St make called the Brush. George prevent fungus and such growth
roots dug in the .
up
'
suit. This was all ground to- bark three years this past Sunday.In William's Sign.) Livingston had., one, and folks that may be In the soiL I am

later on you could buy the this time there have been 55 Sunday Mass 8 a. a. who remember it laugh as they going to give them a try In Don's a All 1 Popular Flavors I Cones, Cups, Pints, Family -Gallons

at the drug store. downto letter, and eight of these to be Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. recall the chug-chuging of the potato patch. I will have my S

Palm cabbage was peeled additions, 37 by baptism, 18 by Confessions before all Masses. one-cyclinder engine.. i old strawberry patch plowed, up
the heart the bud cut cross- baptized Sunday afternoon, May

wise Children and in boiled this with area salt used pork.te 5.has Also organized in this the time Brotherhood the church r -' .- - JIII-' .- - -.- --- .,


I chew the bud of the common Training Union, and WMS; has


palmetto.One a boy of- Dr.was Middleton's to dry the choresas fresh built other and a'new improvements.kitchen Sunday, as well School Bro.as Higdon rooms made I j Easiest step up from the low-priced three {


beef slaughtered on the farm. expresses gratitude for the work I

Tender slices. about an inch and cooperation of the faithful .-,, .'.""",,' __
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laid ou\ .H H,,', .. > ""
hick, were salted and members who have helped make. I .,. Y 'ik .. ',:,' ; :" :. _
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tfie the shingled roof. :''f ; ;;;:; ':''.H$ X' > A : '' :.
in sun on the church what it.is today. io
For the man of the house Every turned hour and each or so night the, beef or if was the,' Remember Homecoming at Long r..;"""", _''iti.,".".,<."y, ...', ..<...,".w: .Y.*".",.,,<.".!:!,.,;;.;;...Y.,;
Branch on" May 12. We plan to
with a thrift sun went under a cloud, the meat I
spouse, hate Rev. Sam Watson as speaker -
Indoors, to be put
was brought for the day, and other former I
OUR POLICY next It took several
out the day. _
pastors will be on the program 4A
to the heat of .
Home Protection Plan days, according There will also be special singing, I i.I
the beef properly.The _
the sun. to dry _
and other outstanding features, _
makes one premiumdo doctor recalls that he could including dinner on the grounds.It '/ I.a
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the meat was _
wait until _
never is planned to obtain a loud
the work of three!IHere's completely dried, but used to 1J.iJi _. ,
speaker for this occasion. So ., ,
a convenient new pull off outside pieces and eat come on and see what it is all I'1;; _
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relish. When ; "
way to buy fire, theft and them with great about pP.:; .H' _
meat was fried, It proved to
personal liability insur-! the .. __.3 ..f__ I' .. _

ance for your home. Just'one be Sweet surprisingly Potato Pudding moist; anu JW\Y' How Well Do You ..,...", 'K..Y<.\) .., _
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t
It policy..one premium.| This Is Mrs. Middleton's recIpe Know Your County? \1'H.',....<:,,:j.,, ,...#":: 1.'t"' ."""' ,. ,<,,. .. _
can save you as much as ld", .'. < ,: ", \ '. .?< -t' ,.'K"":"'" J".i",, ..... ..
Potato Pudding :( .x ,, _
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you sweet --
Two cups mashed potatoes How well do you know old 1-

protection than separate one egg beaten, one tablespoon time communities of Bradford -

policies. ..or:both. Call us butter, .melted half cup County? Down through the I

.for,details. sugar three tablespoons flour, years, the Telegraph has carriedcountry : .,
$257580 ;
pinch of salt, half teaspoon bak- correspondence from ,

H. C. Wall ing powder, half cup milk flavoring many different sections many of I aslowas : : .

Agency of orange juice, lemon, them with quaint names. 57
f Mercury Monterey 2-door Sedan.Optional equipment,whitewaQ tire,Flo-tone paint, : MERCURY
vanilla. See .how many of the following I.
or accessories, state and local taxes if any additional. Pries may vary slightly in
sweet .
Phone: 146 Stir milk and eggs Into can locate: 1I
places you 'adjoining MummnnitiML AIl prices Subject tO Change without TVtifPj V
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butter and .
Add sugar
potatoes. Woodlawn Miss Debbie II _
200 E. Call Street Ingredients, and then the

I dry Should' have the con- Phillips.

Starke Fla. flavoring.of heavy cream. Bakein Bootsey's Beach L. Gaskins. McGRIFF MERCURY MOTORS
sistency
f BOatdraln Miss Cherry Barre -
d greased pan at 350 degrees .

I .Hartford Fire from 30 to 45 minutes. er until Court & Jefferson Ste. Phone '
\
Insurant Company set Raiford Red ,Kerce (now a 447 Starke, Fli .

I I Orange PreservesAs syndicated columnist).

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PAGE 'FOUR' -_. r23EADFOED COUNTY.P. 8, STAMBr FLORIDA .. ,
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: "' .M ; :- o, :a'FRIDAY. MAY 10, 1957
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also will use Hairy Indigo fora POWELL'S FEVER CUBE
c Conway 20 Years for 'divoc* -- plaintiff seeks divorce custody, As Clerk of said Court
cover crop in his pecan grove. Completes \:has been filed against you In the control and support of minor children By Marlon L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Mr./:\. G. Powell has purchasedthe above yarned Court and cause and ;and alimony. Charles R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life
rou are required to serve a copy Bradford County Telegraph shall Building Jacksonville 2. Florida.
,,L., 0., Hazen used the District controlling interest of the ii' IJ)f'your answer or pleading to the publish Pisa Order la next four Attys for Plf. 5/3 4t 5/21
seeder cultipacker to plant Pen- Southern Chemical Manufacturers g omplaint on the Plaintiffs attorney weekly .. -
1 c WlllUm D. Morgan 507 Clark Witness my) hand and officials
of the late
sacola Bahia seed and Dr. Powell's Never I .. t.e Circuit Coart of EICkthJudicial
grass Euildinr. Jacksonville 2, Florida pl at Starke Florida this 29th
Frazier Shaw used the grain Fail remedies and will manufacture I and file the original In. the office day of April 1957. Circuit of Florida, I.a.d .
S1IEICTIii ( II I of the Clerk of the Circuit Court For Bradford eo..ty.
5. Yell : drill to plant millet and Giant and put >the above remedies I on or before the (OFFICIAL SEAL) IB CMaeery.

Striata Crotalaria. on sale 'at an early .date. .. 3rd day of June 1957 I Charles A. Darby, Samuel J. Ferrara, Plaintiff, vs.
Dr. Powell's Never Fail 1 ; Clerk of the Circuit Court. .Barbara Shaver Ferrara, Defendant.
Soil Conservation I Fever otherwise the allegations of saidompDalnt ,By Marion L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk NOTICE TO DEFE.)
Cure has a reputation of-- being will be taken as confessed Chas. R. Hess, 104-05 Guaranty Life To Barbara Shaver Ferrara,
N-E-W-S. I was talking: to Howard Hanna one of' the best fever cures on by you. Building Jacksonville, Fla. whose' >address Is: Unknown.
Haines This notice shall be published Attys for Plf. 5/3 4t 5/24 You. Barbara Shaver Ferrara, are
and Wayne representatives -
the market, and has already a .t once each week for four consecutiveweeks hereby notified that a Complaintfor
By Bill Haas of Container Corporation of large sale in the southern States. r In the Bradford Count1Tele-1 lIn Divorce has been filed against!
f y. Mis'k's' Clrralt Court. Bradford County
L graph 4Dated you by your husband, Samuel J.
at the F. F. A. Annual '
America
Soil Conservation Service July ,20, 1899. Florida IB Chancery.
this 5th day of April U5i.1(I Ferrara, and you are hereby required
Howard tells their Mabel A. Hillman Plaintiff, vs.
Banquet. me (OFFICIAL SEAL) to serve a copy of your
Complete Soil and water con- seedling nursery is looking fine. Charles A. Darby. I Louis A. Hillman Case Defendant.No. 10-21(4 answer on Plaintiff's attorney and
file the original answer or other
I len'ation farm plans were de- He also, told me that Container they have already started to get '. .;;. By.Marion Clerk L. Crosby of the.Circuit Deputy Court Clerk Order of Publication aid Notice toAppears pleading in the office of the Clerkof

Ivered to J. C. Sapp" and W. A. Corporation is going ahead and land ready for next season's ,,,' 5/3 4t 5/24 Louis A.State Hillman of Florida whose Tot resi- the Circuit Court' on or before
June 3, 1957; if you Qail to do so.
Sdwards.: J. C. is planning to prepare land before planting planting.We {I'r dence and address is: Unknown..' judgment by default will be taken
In Circuit Coirt. Bradford County, You are required to appear on
for the relief demandedin
much better were against you
his "Weget a sitting across the -
plant Pensacola. Bahia for pines. ,
Florida IB
Chancery. June 3, 1957. in the.above the Bill of Complaint
permanent pastures. On his crop- survival in dry weather by pre- table from Mr. and Mrs. Mark- Lacy Conway receives a pin honoring him for'20 years service Mary, S. Kells, Plaintiff, vs. John'named Court and cause 'wherelr Done and Ordered this 1st day \
land he will use, Giant Striata paring our land before planting, lee Starling and Mr. and Mrs. as Starke'agent for the I Charles Kells.' Defendant.Case Plaintiff seeks divorce, care and of May. 1957 at Starke, Florida.
Greyhound Bus Co. The pin is presented Xo. 10-2165 custody of minor child. Charles Darby,
Crotalaria for a cover crop. He says Howard. Wayne tells me 1 I Ivey Thomas, enjoying barbecued I by Paul; Edenfield '' sales consultant >rdee'of Publication and Notice to Bradford County Telegraph shaj Clerk of Circuit Court
Greyhound on behalf of P.
I chicken; when Ivey licked his Appear State of Florida Tot publish this Order in next four By Marion L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
fingers and remarked that he believed -i';! G. Howe, president of the 'company. m' I dence John and Charles address Kells,is:who C/o resi-Mrs weekly Witness Issues.my hand and official Lewis D. Haines, II

that pine trees will payoff i 1 I m. # 'Pearl Kells, Rt. I, Friendsville Pa. seal at Starke Florida this 2Sth Attorney for Plaintiff
You are required to appear, oa day of April.- 1951. 1431 N.E. 26th StreetFt.
WALK AROUND yom HOUSE i better than row crops. Mark- .TT.TTfV9ffffVVfffT9TyfTVT1999T9V'Home .. June 3. 1957 in the above OFFICIAL SEAL) Lauderdale, Florida
lee didn't stop eating chicken-\ named Court and cause, wherein Charles A. Darby, 5/1 4t 5/21:
v / ; ;;
CHECK UPAHQ! SES just nodded his head and said, 'Demonstration .

"Yes sir, I'm going to plant some

dW/IATNEEbS REVAIRMG pine trees this.. year too."(iStopped J Notes Ford

INSTANTLY { 6yDOROTHY is longer for57.
by S. R. Marco's pas- .
ture the other day. He has got- a ROSS'Home

I fine 'stand of Pensacola Bahia i N Demonstration Agent '
I which he planted with soybeanslast

year. Marco made hay from" Strawberry TIme is dissolved and berries start

the soybeans and got a good standof Now is the time to freeze boiling boil rapidly about 20 + j.

1 'grass at the same time. That's strawberries and make preservesfor minutes or until syrup sheets

1I killing two birds with one stone. the time when they are out from spoon giving the jelly test.

Foster Shi Smith has just fin- of season. Remove from fire. Pour into

ished fertilizing his pastures with The raw strawberry ranks highin shallow pan and shake gently vb ______

I 400 lbs. of 9-9-9 per acre. His; vitamin C. Vitamin C is not until foam collects. Remove foam.

,..LOC"'L Tr.'EIoI,. Pensacola Bahia pastures surely stored in the body so one must Allow to stand until cold to Fl

looked good. eat the requirement of it every "plump" in the syrup.

Talked to Philip Martineau the Reheat and pour into hot ,ster-
r
other day and he had just finished day.Wash berries in cool water and lized jars to one-fourth inch of ,

= SE putting out 14 'tons of fertilizer.I then cap. Do not let them standin top: Seal at once. Do not seal
fTARKE ? asked him how his pastures water. with wax. Use a regular canningjar

were looking and he told me since Here is the way that Home and lid. Ford

J BUILDERS SUPPLIES the rains the grass is growing to Demonstration: members prepare 4-H Exhibit Dates is livelier -
( ;
beat the dickens. strawberries for freezing and ; Exhibit aay mares tne cruse .)

i45&333:1 the way they like to make pre- 'of the 4-H year at school. The _
ro
serves. girls are to bring their work to :
YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester
To Freeze Berries the last club meeting which is
brook pruse-size; fountain h
pens Slice if desired and sprinkle the last of April or the first of
pastel shades Only $3.09 at Brad w .a
I sugar over them as you fill the May. Below is the date and art-
ford County Telegraph.A ,
'- freezer container. Leave one- icles to bring for the exhibit.

half inch headspace. Use three- Club Date ,

fourths cup of sugar to one Starke 5-6 grades Wed.Apr. 17

quart of berries. Seal" and freeze.If Brooker 5-8 grades Thurs., Apr. 18 F.OJLF.

ATLAS you are on -a reducing diet Hampton-_Thursday, Apr. 25 .s '

or you are'a diebetic, freeze the Lawtey_--____..Fri., Apr. 26

berries without using any sugar. Starke Senior Girls Thurs. :May 2

When ready to serve fruit, do Brooker Senior Girls Sat.May 4

,not completely thaw out but Bring For Exhibits: s- Whatever you're looking for in of Tomorrow. And beneath thea
serve with a few ice crystals. Sewing articles of clothing
modern car, you'll surely find exterior beauty is an allnewin
by Strawberry PreservesUse made this year and sewing record one of the 21 Ford beauties "Inner Ford" that brings you amore
freshly picked firm berries, book and story. Safety, gardeningand
for 1957. The styling of every comfortable ride, out-front
1R0
some ripe and some not quite other projects. '
on model bears the distinctive Mark performance, still longer car life
ripe. The partially ripe fruit Exhibits are important for the. '
all with Ford's traditional
give more pectin and the ripe completion of projects so we will
Also there is whole
economy a
fruit a better flavor and colorto know how nany are eligible to { ,) '
FIRST LINE / the finished product.To go to camp and so the"outstand d is lowestpriced new family of Ford V-8 engines-
the Thunderbird
TIRES add 4 right up to new
6 cups berries cups ing records can be sorted out to

sugar in alternate layers in a receive, awards. I g 312 Supercharged V-8 that
large heavy kettle so it will not Quotation"SpudJohnson delivers a terrific 300 hp. And,

boil over. Heat slowly until sugar says that good of the if you like a "six," you may

BOTTOM is dissolved, 'stirring lightly nutrition will help add life to I choose the Mileage Maker Six-

to prevent sticking. When sugar years: not just years to life. the most modem and most nowrrlowprice : -
fill "six" on the market Visit your
three!
: Lawtey CemeteryHas Four CarsDamaged Ford Dealer and see how easily
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Never before have you had a chance to buy these a 'x J ,N, Old Markers Negro Is Fined In 'land M coapamo.of uomifocfurara*
first-line/ premium quality tires guaranteed by r Y' :My'' .f Y / Brooker. Road Wreck,

Standard all at such competitive prices. Check ; ; The Lawtey Cemetery, located

your size on table.below, and see how much xr': rl.M-r t west ning of between that town the on State a road Farm run- Four cars were damaged anda Andrews Motor Co.

Negro fined $85 as the resultof
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you save ,&? Road and the Rosier Road con-
tains some of the history of the a chain reaction smashup Mon-
,Ir r of tomb- day Apr. 29 about two miles
s c early days, in the form
stones carrying names connected east of Graham on tna lightly MADISON AND ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE. FLA.

with the traveled Brooker road. No 'one

$ 90 Some of the part.names which can was injured. ,
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} ,. rw aS3 a y .>y be read are as follows: Rev. R. County Judge T. A. Yawn sentenced ,- V

dw 11' d w r J pryro' M. Prevatt, Hedwig Drolshagen, the Negro, Truman Fen

6.7015TUIED r& rvjjVrJ Sismund Roppert ((1903), Cath- der Ross, to $35 or 10 days furl 1i1
____ Wjftl ; erine M. Cousins ((1900)), Wm. B. reckless driving and $50 or 10 i

IllACK SIDEWALL TYPE ; and Mary I* Mixer (1898)), Henry days for driving with an improper k t ti tit.
Kaufman (1894 reported to be be
PLUS TAX ; t rAND license plate. Ross pleaded
YOURlECArtAllf p Y ; r ;' .6, first one buried there), S. JJ. guilty to both charges.
Williams ((1903), A. L. Williams
(1906), Laura A. Williams (1907)), State Trooper Carlos' MuSgrovesaid : electrically a
W Till c i o dk: iCc jivbetter .e!., 1 i
: Jas. Bedford Williams (1913), that Ross was the last one .

Hi$ Mary Stone (1891), Mary Jane to become Jnvolved in the smashup I I

I J a4 4 : Humphrey ((1905)), Lonnie, son of plowing into the rear end of .

t dc' i-: ,*. r G." 4Q .r31 N. R. and Mary Addison ((1915)),I an automobile driven by George .
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Harriet Steadman (1904)), L. J. Leaman Willis which had already
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Bushnell ((1903)), been involved in a collision witha
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For many years the Lawtey pickup truck driven by Eddie I '.. ."=,i',-< -

to records Earl Wasdin of Waldo. '
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Cemetery, according .'
was kept in good condition by The action in the wreck began .

'S4 &'S.. : oil Mary E. (Aunt Mary) Todd.'One when Wasdin tried to pass Willis I

FIND YOUR SIZE COMPARE PRICES *S account states: "Mrs Todd just as Willis was starting to
ON determined that their laSt placeof make a left turn. The pickupwas Cive gifts you know will be used .

rest should be a spot of beauty, knocked into'a car parkedin and appreciated T.gifts to make ',
ATLAS tedtotatrc TIRES and to this end the worked, keep; front of the home of Mrs.
ing the mounds in perfect shape 'Bernie Broughton. living easier, better, more rUG

TUBED TYPE and decorating the cemetery with Musgrove estimated damage to vT.radios corn-PPP en, coffee c
growing trees, shrubs and flow- 1 0 Q 0
Slack SIII.wali "It SI4..11 ers." Willis' car at. $300, -Wasdin's maters fryers, roasters fans..." ., O O o
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; pickup at _5175*and Ross car at 1 r 0
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She hke 'rlce Pike Pike NEW TELEPHONE SYSTEM $300. About $20 worth of damagewas 1 7 /V Q v

6.7o/lS $26,61 $19.90 $32.61 t2JAO done to the fender of the \for. any occasion any budget any. )Q 0 o 0
7.10/15 29.5S 21." 36.20"2L2O, I aU Starke has a telephone'system parked car, the troopevr said. 0 .
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7.60115 32.30 2US 39.5S a" nte d agalnsocra on the small scale. ContractorA. \ +

I 1.00llS :SUO 26.U 43.50 u.7S W \:\\fE of tire G. Powell has recently put ; all gifts.T.remember: dies i ,
1.2011 31.00 27.so .,.u as.u defects for up for lines for the Starke Drug NOTICE .APPEAR
IB Clralt Coart. Bradford
byTUBELESS' Couaty. better !
trie giving means living
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guarantee Company. The 'phones give perfect FI rid.t Chancery. o o'o
and Olof Andersson Plaintiff, vs. Signe I *
090\ns' satisfaction and connect Andersson, Defendant
6.70/15 30.10 22.75 .936.93 ard Oil\ he residences of Drs. Stewart < Case No. IO-21SO
7.10115 33.00 14.93 40." 1.2S Ston 9ards for Net Ire T. Appear1 .1, Be MOlER.....-
and Wills and Mrs. with
Morgan
7.6OIlS 36.15 27M 4430 3UD rood "a To Signe Andersson, whose residence -
0.q the Starke Drug Company. and address is: 165 36th Give Electric Gifts! u
1.00/15 &o.u 30.U 9.30 u.ts
Street Linderhurst. L. I. N. Y. I
.20/15 .1.70 aus 1.10.M 18pntvi month July 13, 1899. You are hereby notified that a suIt

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