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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 30, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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j1pi! Motor Court Sold Housebroken He Must Be Candidates Dig Phone Company PreparesFor




: To Ohio CoupleThe Into CampaigningWith

that There's evidently a dog has In Starke been Cut To Dial System


2( -unit Dixie Motor Courtat housebroken to such an extent only 11 days remaining

: that he's not happy unless before election day, Sept. 10, ... ''' '
sold 1''fi'
774 N. Temple Ave. was ;-,#;:" ,, ':-J"'I"1-:: .' { "'" "'", .,'. Work Underway
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he can break into a candidates for Starke city offices .Jii-. ", ,.\ ');.I"'t "\ :: '
r this week to Mr. and Mrs. Wil- .-,'. "- ,- : ':..,'.t't. :
bur H. Golloday of Cambridge house. settled down thia week t? T :...tI On New BuildingThe

Ohio by Mrs. Erna Metzger.Tax The home of the JamesCrosbys routine, but hard, campaigning.

at 812 Cypress St.was o far no major. issues have
1 stamps on the deed recorded Starke Co.
Telephone recently -
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the house chosen by
arisen on which the candidates
in the office of County
which will
began moves -
result
Postmaster G. J. MoGriff Jr. scratches his head in dismay as he Clerk Charles Darby indicated the dog for his activities have taken sides, and each cand-
in the most important changesin
ponders the extra bieydes which flooded the Starke Post Office after that the sale price was 110000. last week brazen activitiesat idate is basing his argument for the history of the companyand
that. And It took the
ft Telegraph picture-Item told of postman Henry Godwin having to Before coming to Florida and of votes on the premise that he can in dial service and other

purchasing the motor court, the mayor and chief policeto do the best job if elected to of- features local subscribers.H. .
return to walking his, 118 block route when a borrowed bicycle was cure him of his unlawful for

taken back. The Telegraph story was seen by a regional post office\ Goll'adays operated a feed mill tendencies.The fice.All A. Bishop Jr., manager of

] in Ohio. They have one daughter. of the candidates r.eem the! company, said that the con-
official In JacKsonxllle and the wheels started) turning which broughta large canine, a
j The new owners took over confident of victory. version to dial service will be
rush order. But In the meantime stranger to the Crosby's, at
bike Miami special
from a
up : on !! operation of the motor court In. their campaigning the candidates I made sometime after the first of
MoOrifrs ", which went through regular channels and wasfiled first" insisted on breaking 'j
requisition the
i I Tuesday. The court was previous- into the rear ,screen porchof are concentrating on con- year.
the borrowed blkt sent back, was filled. So, last Headquarters for the
before was !i ly operated by Newell Zepp. the house and was chased tacting voters individually and operationof

week the Starke Post Office, long bikelrss, had more bicycles thanIt off several times. through advertising. Several of I the telephone service will be

knewhat to do with. The bjcjcle at the left was the one received -' Woundedi When Mrs. Crosby left the \contestants have launched moved to a ,building at the corner
Negro
: I I 10f Jefferson and Thompson streets,
on the regular requisition and the unerateil one at right was i for work 1"ldo'a'i; still on house to house campaigns while

Miami. The latter returned. Godwin said the porch, pretending to be others depend on buttonholingvoters across from the City Hall. Work
from was
received one Knife Attack asleep under a window. on the streets. I began last week on preparing the
he also received offers of bicycles from three local people as a result building for the dial equipmentand
Hard feelings between two I I But as soon ,as she left, The mayors race seems to offices.

of the Telegraph item. week the pooch began hi> !housebreaking have stirred up the most interestso -
last into
Negroes erupted New Operation
breaking througha far with incumbent W. T.
violence and resulted in one of Operation Drivers' LicensesBradford After the conversion, the telephone
screen into a bedroom ad- Jackson and former mayor J. R.
No Pupil Increase Expected the men in the hospital with a company will take on a
( joining the porch. A girl Wainwright both politicking en-
slashed throat and the other County motorists will find their new driving permitsall whole new appearance and the
staying with the (Crosbyswas thusiastically. .
man arrested on a charge of as- asleep in the room. Competition was heightened :I I ready for them to pick up when they go on sale next Tuesday. cperation will be completely different

sault with intent to kill. Evidently Fido was used last week for the two 2-'ear''' These clerks in the,County Judges office, \I-r) Leodith Griffis, Mrs. 'I When the operation is

: School Opens Tuesday The injured man, Willie Dun- to the comforts of modern Council posts with J. D. Doyle 'I Betty: Anne Phillips and Linda Sue \toohns, have been working on the the transferred women to operators. the new, who building haveso ,

away, was reported to be in serious living and was tired ofsleeping :
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of licenses since
owner establishment 5
Aug. ,
a dry cleaning preparing thedata on_ them so that motoristswho I long been a necessary part: of
condition at He I
Bradford County on hard floors.
entering the race. bought licenses here last year can pick them without wait- the telephone operation will be replaced
The industry occupying the at-ii and return to class at 12:22.: Hospital. Daniel Hagen, char quickly took over the bed, J up
Doyle field of
joined a
composed The licenses will by mechanical devices.
ing. on'sale
(Grades 9 12 will begin ged in the himself in the go at 8:80 a.m. Tuesday with the deadline -
l through cutting, was released establishing
number of
tention of the greatest James A. Lewis, former Council Even the telephone numbering
will their lunch period at 12:45: and under $1,000 bond. middle of it and settled for purchasing them midnight Sept. 30. It is necessary for aIr
people In Bradford County : J chairman, and incumbents Mrs. system will be changed, with the
return to class at 1:22.Instruction: down for a rest. : \'er to bring his old license to Mrs.
get a
lesume operation Tuesday morn- Sheriff P. D.. Reddish said the Ruby'Johns and I. E. Clark. \ new one, Phillips said. present two, three and four digit
Cut W. T. Jackson and
ing after a three month layoff I cutting took place in a road Mayor The race for 1-year Council j numbers being abandoned. In

when the county's approximately I Last year the pupils in grades leading to a Negro tavern on Police Chief W. E. Thorn- seat is a keen two-man race between J. D. Doyle LEWD EXPOSURE their places numbers consisting of

: ,ioo students and 135 teachers return -'7 and 8 were released from their the north edge of Starke. ton were called to arrest Ewell Lawson,. market co- I.six or seven digits will be issuedto
of education. :fourth period class early for the pooch and he was cart- CHARGE PLACEDA
to the business subscribers.
The owner and former'councilman Answers
two had
I I men been in an Quiz
ed off to the pound.
dog
Starke students will right 'lunch thus cutting instruction
get and Dials Installed
Randal I
I argument several earlier Chitty, commanderof
days
the of indecent
Mrs. Crosby said that charge exposurewas '
into the swing of school work, remaining -time. The new system will elimi- the sheriff .said, and wh'en they the local National Guard unit. .---- _.. The dialing devices will be installed -
housebreaking placed against a Keystone
the full day for a complete nate this problem.The pooch enjoyed -
the of
on telephones the
I met on the road hot :words be- so much and wanted the In the City Clerk race, Merrill Heights man this week.
slate of activities. most feat- I ITom's ip subscribers
important
new Edwards .piesent during the
gan again which ended when comforts of the bed so representative of the : i ;
School will officially start for I ures and projects which will affect -I Hagen took a swipe at Dunaway much that he avoided anopt'n Peanut Co., is seeking to''I j The man, E. W. Wester Jr., next few months, Bishop said,,with

L Bradford High students, grades 7'' student life are the still in- is accused of performing bte Mrs. Mathel Green in charge of
'I. with oust
I the knife, slicing open his kitchen door instead Carl Johns, incumbent clerk.Still :
through 12, at 8:20: a.m. Tuesday ,completed remodeling job on the throat. i "lewd and lascivious act" beforean this project
to ;
i with a mass meeting in the stad- home economics room, the moving preferring plungethrough I &X 11-year-old-girl. Sheriff P. D. The exact date or tne cutoverto -
I County Judge T. A. Yawn saida the window.Courting .
t ium. The students will be brief- i of the six-room Heilbronn DestroyedNear Reddish said Wester was appar- dial will be announced later
preliminary will be
ed on procedure and policies by i school to Starke and the discontinuance hearing ently trying to entice the girl Bishop said. The process has tope
; held when'
is Lake
principal Beecher W. Payne and I of bus service to Clay attend. Dunaway able to Curbed, GenevaA 3yV- ; S into his'car. timed perfectly cooperationwith

directed to their homerooms wherethey !County. Wester freed I. the Bell Telephone System
r Maxville arrested was ,under $2-
will pickup their individual I I The home economics room proj-, In Calaboose man was 500 bond. with hearing set for and it has to be made certain that

class schedules. In case of rain i ii jcc-t< is the only major construction Four Candidates last week when a 3V000 gallon S 2* all of the preparations have been
m. Friday. .
p. _
; the opening assembly. .wilt be ,J:1.I: d 'or remodeling job undertaken in Appear On Radio capacity...irhisky/-. till three ,smiles j F. "'to...""",, r u _,-. properly completed.. Tb.-changeover
** afoul of 5 '
'" "**" Two young men ran ,. wfil occur on a
4. in the gymnasium.; -jl lbe-ronnty schools. In other cases northeast of Lake Geneva was fi< SI Saturday,

;: Elementary students will also .the children will return to schools Four of the candidates in police when they tried to courta destroyed. I .t,....":>.-frlffW"': .. food Director sometime near midnight.In .

begin their first day at 8:20: am., just as they were when they left Starke's political girl in Starke Sunday night. The man, Elwood Padget, 40, } :. 0. setting up the new system,
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principal P. T. Nolin said. The in June, except for minor repairs. radio races appeared Not that courting is against the 5, "'.-'...*S: .4 Arrives At PrisonCol. provisions are being made for ex*
on station waived
WRGR'sseries preliminary be- '
hearing
pupils will be directed to their $13,000.I'rojt. >d law here, but the girl they ..: 7, *,' :r. I pansion, with the basic cable be-
"Face the People, and .. ",< .
fore .
'. visit in the city Clay County Judge T. J. .: ing laid in such a way to permit
classrooms when they arrive. Noun Payne said the $15,000 remodeling the tried to was .. / !
remaining eight are scheduledto Rivers and his Edward V. Hughes (US additions.
; said he hopes to have all the project will not be completed I case was certifiedto ..
appear the rest of this week jail.The the Circuit Court. His bond .., ..... .." I AF ret) arrived at the State Xew SubscribersAs
{ Ij
in
their
children proper rooms by j jii Jin time for Tuesday's opening, and and youths, Jesse Howard,
next
week. j Prison last week to begin work
school' was set at $2,000. an indication of the exoected -
I o'clock ready to begin home economics classes will havet '
Heard so far have been W. T. 18, and Robert Tyler. 21, of Wal- J. D., Doyle, recently announced -I as Florida's. first State Prison ed growth, Bishop predicted that
activities. obe held temporarily in the Ii- Clay County deputies, state !
brary. Jackson, J. D. Doyle, Carl Johns do, were charged with disorderly candidate for the City Coun- | Food Service Administrator, a I 500 new subscribers will apply for

New Feature and Randal Chitty. conduct and trespassing. In and federal beverage agents new position authorized by the service between now'and the time

; The homeroom will be a newj I The moving of the Heilbronn Manager Sam Zack announcedthe Mayor's Court Monday they joined in the raid in which 3,000 cil, this week submitted nis I I last session of the State Legis- the conversion is made. The company -

feature of the class day at tIllS, school to Starke will affect both remaining schedule as: were placed on 30 days proba- pounds of sugar and about 2,000 answers to the Telegraph's questions lature. now has around 1200 sub

.. with students reporting to it for the elementary and high schools. Aug. 30, W. E. Thornton; Aug. tion with the condition that they pounds of mixed grain were con- on issues confronting the Col Hughes arrived here from scribers.

., devotional and administrative activities This project is schedued to get :31. James A. Lewis; Sept. 2, J. keep off the streets of Starke fiscated. The men destroyed 2- city. They are: Starkville, Miss. and, with his "Starke is going to grow, an4

from 8:25 until 8:42: when underway in the next few days R. Wainwright; Sept. 3, Ewell after 8 p. m. 100 gallons of mash.IAbsentee Are you in favor for the city wife and 9 year-old daughter, we: are going to stay with it/*
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they report to their first class. and The be six completed room building by Oct. will 1. be Lawson; Sept. 4, Merrill Ed- Police said the pair were operating the natural gas utili-'I :Martha, has established residence Bishop said in discussing the new
activities ?
these were
ty
Last year wards Sept. 5 at the State Farm. changes.The .
; Mrs. Ruby Johns- He will
classrooms for the five window Ballot
used as caught at the of the
conducted during the first period. I Sept. 6, W. C. (Bill) Laine and "I'd like to know more aboutit I have headquarters there while cost to the company of the
6th grade classes and eliminate ,
The tIllS school day will last acting in a
jail disorderly man-
Sept. 7, I. E. Clark. before I said yes to that, but serving as administrator for food conversion will be 1300.000, with.
the need for classes t I
; 10 minutes longer than last year | any except ner with her through the bars. Deadline Hears services the dial equipment alone costing
can't but at all Florida in-
we help be for it sincewe penal
students DCT
j with the pupils getting out at 3:15: in the new program, The youths denied that they en- i stitutions.Col. 150000. In the new building a

[ instead of 3:05.: A split lunch period !I tc- use the usa Create building.Room Pastor Praises gaged in any disorderly) activity.The !. Persons who will be unable to Do are you already favor the obligated city's partici-to it. Hughes said that his of- glass panel will be Installed to

has also been inaugurated to girl, Claire Timmons of permit visitors to watch the dial
crowded conditions in the I Sixth grade students now in get to the polls in the Sept. 10 pation in a recreation program? fice will coordinate activtiies of
relieve been in
t Rotary GuidesRev. High Springs, had arrestedon equipment operation, Bishop
,,' cafeteria. Grades 7 and 8 will begin i'ii: Building, behind the' main high 'city election have only a few more "I would definitely like to see I the various food services in an said.
a She said
i_ at 11:50 j school building will be transferred vagrancy charge. something accomplished in the effort to give inmates food thatis
their lunch period Jac Mabry, pastor of she came to Starke to look for days to cast their absentee ballots Rate Increase
to the Heilbronn building, the Madison Street City Clerk Carl Johns advised field of recreation." better prepared and better
Baptist her mother. She had spent the To finance the cost of the
Education eating room in high school build- Church I this week. Are you in favor of the changeto served than in the past.
: Adult was guest speaker at time since her arrival Friday The changes it will be necessary to
ings for students who new administrator
formerlyhad I retired
the Rotary Club Wednesday and night with various men, she said. The deadline for casting the absentee the group voting method of ask the state Railroad and Public
Set to cross busy Temple avenueto praised Rotary's Four Way Testas I electing Council members? I from the Air Force in 1951 after Utilities Commission to grant
Registration the USO building. During her story of her activities ballots is 5 pjn. Wednes 30 years of service. per

i Until the Heilbronn building is a challenging goal to live up here the girl told about one day. No more applications for "I think it would be a good: mission for another rate increase,

; to. I of the men she with absentee ballots can be acceptedafter thing." Bishop said. Even though this
was -
Registration for adult educa- installed tthe USO will be used by purchasing
Meetings
clasps will be held at 7:30: I three sixth grade classes which He urged Rotariuns to apply some moonshine at a that time, though ballots ChangedThe will come on top of a boost
tion
the test home in which have previously been mailed granted only a few months ago,
will be of truth and fairness to Starke.
between the Worthless
3, in the transported CheckA
: p. Tuesday, Sept. all concerned in out will be accepted.The County Commissioners will Bishop said, Starke's rates will
buildings by bus. The other sixth their dealings in Mayor W. T. Jackson
Bradford High School Library, express meet Tuesday, Sept. 3, instead of still be the lowest in Florida.
supervisor L. H. Gibson announ- grade classes will be taken business and professional life. ing interest in this testimony, city clerk's office wifl remain charge of passing a $25 Monday, its regular meeting day, Other improvements to be madein

ced this week. of the old canning plant into the The general application of this turned the girl over to the sher open Wednesday afternoont worthless check was placed this J because of the labor day holiday. the new installation will be bet-

St. Classes are to begin the following Heilbronn buildngi leaving the principle would improve every iff's office so that it could be accommodate persons wantingto week against Keith Blakeslee on I Meeting time is .9:30: a.m. ter long distance service resulting

l night. canning plant to be used by a phase of community life, the investigated. apply for absentee ballots, an affidavit signed by H. B. Ad- The School Board will also meet primarily from an increase in the

t new industrial arts course. speaker said. t Johns said. ams. Bond was set at $250. Tuesday convening at. 9 C am.__._n,_ ('Continued__n_.____, nn___ _Pa_ire_ _1i'nu\___,
that co.urst'sl .
Gibson said new :it'I'rogram. The program was in chargeof "'

L_ are being planned for offering The industrial arts course and .Freeman Register, Jr., who Won't Harm Wife, 12 Lettermen ReturnTornadoes

>> under the adult education program (Continued on Page Four) introduced the speaker.

t- including a course in consumer I Negro SwearsA
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t education. Features of Moonshine/ Haul ,

r this course will be budgeting, a I Destroyed I

study of buying procedure and Negro man was put under Drill For Tough SeasonHard

.' oath not to harm his wife after
Intruction loans.
on securing
t4 I ht' was brought into Mayor's Court
Also included on the curriculum -
business such Monday on a report that he had drills and exercises, and the ing last year's assistant coachesW. So far the drills, four solid. than there ever has been," hi
are courses
and $ threatened to kill her. accompanying ingredients of E. Criswell and Clifford Mc- r hours of rugged training daily, !'commented.The .
bookkeeping
as typing
k- No charge was placed againstthe sweat, weary bodies and aching Griff. Criswell has joined the have been carried on with the boysin 'I team will
out of
shorthand as well as basic sub- : operate:
man, Tom Marks. I muscles were the order of the dayas staff of the Lake City High shorts, but next week the pads the T-formation as usual the

\ jects and subjects necessary for ( the 1957 Bradford High Tornado School and McGriff has accepteda and uniforms will be brought into
a high school diploma. Police said Marks' little girl had coach said, but several new plays
squad prepared this week position coach and
as assistant use.
( old: a county officer that Marks I have been added to the strategy.The .
Leisure-time and cultural for the tough schedule of the principal at Bunnell.
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had threatened Register said that he
to kill his wife. expects blocking assignments have
t classes for high school and col- Police were unable to find the coming season. Lettermen returning from last several more of the team members also been changed around, 'he

lege graduates can also be form- woman. Head Coach, Lennard Register, season are quarterback Bubba La- I to drop out after the hard hitting I said.

ed in such subjects as music, art S still sizing up the 47 boys who Mee, halfbacks Charles Noegel in the heavy gear gets underway.
Marks admitted fuss Hometown fans will to
see
I r: literature, creative writing, with having a have reported, listing among his and Bob Taccia, fullback Gary But he hopes to maintain a teamof get
his
I Spanish, hobbies, crafts radio I she had not wife over a bill which assets 12 lettermen who played on Bennett, center Randy Johns, at least 40 members which will the Tornadoes more often than

| landscape gardening and others. given her the paid though he had the BHS squad last year, as wellas guards Wilbur Barry and Rudolph enable him to field good A- and !I II they did last year, with six,games

.i Each class usually meets two denied money for it. but a boy who lettered on the Tex Hutcheson tackles :Mike Goldwire I B squads. scheduled for the Bradford High
that he had threatenedher
arkana, Tex. team last year and Freddie Stephens and Calvin Pace, stadium and four away from
; or three times a week with a i-Y in any way. Two drills will be conducted
minimum of 15 members needed recently transferred here. and ends Tommy Stalling and Monday, Labor Day the coach Starke.
:Mayor W. T. Jackson advised """
Coach is also
Register expecting
t: to form a class. Most of the Burt McGee. said, as has been the rule duringthe The varsity schedule is:

i classes are held in the evenings -V. Marks of the consequences if he considerable help from his two The coach said he is expecting"a first two weeks. One two Sept. Macdenny there.
_would hurt his and asked him new assistants Jim Temple and
wife
lot of from Charles Sept. 27-Bolies here.
for the benefit of those who I help" Os- hour drill is carried on in the
t: to repeat the oath "I I will David Hurse. Temple, reportingat
: swear Oct.
4-P.
K.
here.'
\t have to work in the daytime. Lii borne who lettered at halfback on morning and the other two hoursin Yonge -
Eligible Korean veterans not harm my wife in any way or Bradford High this week, was the Texarkana high team last the afternoon. After school Oct. 11-Palatka here;

can give her any trouble otherwise." formerly .head coach at Mohticello, year, a school larger than BHS. starts the will be Oct. 17-Deland here.
receive training benefits by participating I Moonshine. 435 gallons of it ((87 five gallon containers), poured In other cases $27 bonds were the Tornadoes' rivals in the Strawberry training cut Oct. 25 Fernandina there
Last week and this week down to only the afternoon ses -
the
;. in these classes, GibBon into the drain last Thursday as Sheriff P. D. Reddish (right) and forfeited by Pete Norton on a : Bowl last year. Hurse Nov. Seabreeze there

said. I assistants destroyed the catch taken in a raid on a still near Key public intoxication charge; Howard comes to Starke from Tate High training has concentrated on fundamental sion.The Nov. 8-Ketterllnus-here. *

; Registration wishing -. School in Pensacola where he' has drills exercises to coach said he Is still study- '
Waits intoxication
for Negroes stone Heights In July. The sheriff said this was the largest amount public ; get Nov. 15-Santa Fe -here.
to participate in the adult Edward Frank Marchiselli, reck been assistant coach for two muscles in tune and learning bas ing the boys and cannot say yet Nw. 22 Green Cove there.
shine destroyed at one time since he has been in office. The car
;: education program will be held of less driving and Ollie Ellis Jr., years., He is a graduate of the ic plays. They backs have been who will get first string positions. Santa Fe will be the opponentsfor

.t ,at RJE High School at 7:30: p.li" in the background was also confiscated In the raid and Is 'to be Negro reckless driving and caus- University of Florida. working on pass defense and reaction "There ,is more competition between Bradford High' homecominggame.

,m. Tuesday. auctioned oil soon. ___ _. __ .- __ ling-an accident. -. .. "",_Hurse and Temple are replac- drills. several of the positions ._
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.YW week with Mr. and'}[rs. Ruey Tet- of Mrs. Eva Harrell. mother, Mrs. J. R. Parrish, in

editorialDissatisfactioti l a. Farmer's Diary tDROOlER stone in Jacksonville.. ,- Hazel Jones returned home Sun. Palatfca-- last week. On Thursday,
}1 '. and Mrs., Jerry Wihdham j
day after spending the summer Mrs. Gay, Mrs. parrish.11rs. N.:
By., Sam fticGarrty,i :_ :} and son of DaYtna, and Mrs. with Mr. ana Mrs. Orrie Guirino p Rogers and children, and Wal
Expressed By Mrs., Joyce .Castlen. Robert Jones spent'the weekend in Jacksonville.Mrs. lace Parrish, were sightseeing in
.;, ,. f. She replied: '"Why I've "done r with Mr. and Mrs. Orfie Guarino' G. A. Gay visited her St. Augustine and Marineland.
i.i. .. ....t.y..i.. .. 'in Jacksonville: '-
Over Local / practically everything you can *- *-' '* 'S11 .J:1: \ : rVote
Legislation think of on a farm, except plow Charlene and Gene Melvin celebrated Mrs. N. P. Rogers and childrenof

with a muleWe've .". their birthdays last 'fues- Jacksonville spent from Sun- for Randal for City Council
Seldom, if ever, Leave, we heard so much dis- day with a party at the home day to Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Chitty

satisfaction expressed concerning local legislation of their parents the Cecil .:Mel-: G. A. Gay.
met of the old
many vins. Mrs. Edna of ,
Everyone had lots of fun Hayes Gainesville '- -- '
passed at a Legislative session. According time farmers and their wives in and the honor' gUests received visited Mr.:'and Mrs. Guy Harrell p

to recent public statements almost all sponsoring this; county !and. we know that many nice 'gifts. and family last week. TO THE PEOPLE OF STARKEIt .

groups are,unhappy with the final form i in Hid nice visit with Mrs what Mrs. May says is true. Mrs. Beulah Harrell returned Mrs. Doshie 'Prescott is spending -
a
whi6h {h lr-.bms emerged from Tallahassee. Dis: They played 'a big part' in the home Sunday after several a few days this week with Mr.
satisfaction has been voiced to date by the City Charity] Glissom,' 81, and Mrs. early history of Bradford County. Alachua General Hospital daysin and Mrs. Claude Prescott in
Faith Turner, 84, who live in the -
Council, the Board of County Commissioners, and i Rev. and Mrs. E.. M. Leonard Starke. '
McRae Johnson has always .been
near ambition
area over
County Judge Tfierori A. Yawn. LIThe Mrs. Glissom knows Bradford Had the ggranddaddq of all and! daughter of Darlington, "S. C. Mrs. G. B. 'Colson is ill at home, my x-
thunderstorms this week, and and Mr.- and Mrs. W. E. Lawson but did not have to go to the to serve you in your
City is unhappy because its utilify bill was County very well, as she for a while it sounded like the and sons of Starke were visiting hospital as was reported last
altered crops. Others are "making hay Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Stallings last week. City Government. I would tom '
the l local
by legislator to include a change a while. When commentedthat thunder was blasting atay': at '
we
week.
requested by the Florida Power &; Light ,Com- Johnson lake was down, this country. Believe: It hit near Betty Jean Allen spent last Lake fir ,and Mrs. Paul weekend Emory of like to contact each one of T J
City
were guests
\ pany. Mrs. Glissom laughed and said: somewhere, but haven't had time i -, ..". ,. -' .
Dissatisfaction "Back] in '49 it was high: It rained tc cheek on it yet. .. -. you personally and answer ----4
has also been due 'f- "
expressed to Went (over to Gold Head
for almost two years, day ELECT
the fact that* Sen. Charley E. Johns refused to and night, and the only way we BranchState Park this week any questions you may wantto

introduce a bill, requested by the City, providing got supplies was by bringing and had a very enjoyable time. ask, but since I do not
for the appointment 'rather than the election of them in part way by boat." Gold Head is one of our favorite JAMES A. LEWIS
a City Chief of 'FoKce. Sen.' Johns 'said that i in places,' for it is beautiful, and ... have time to see everybody,

his opinion the appointment of a chief of police The way it Is raining these the staff of people who work CITY COUNCILMAN, 2 YEAR TERM here are some facts you will
would not be the democratic there do everything they can to _
..way'of doing it, and
days you would think that every
.
he 'refused to'i introduce- the bill, even with a referendum lake and river in this area is make your old mule visit is pleasant.Our still visiting 1. A recreation program. for,our young<< people *" want to know:

clause. going up, and it seems they are, with us and shows no inclinationto '
all except Brooklyn lake, which 2. City wide beautification.
leave. Sam hasn't
County Commissioners are unhappy because particularly ,
j is'still '
the zoning bill: prepared by 'their attorney, was explain what going is down.happening No one there can, minded after what the; mule Alice being said here, he's but 5. Improvement and proper ,maintenance of city streets. I am 42 years of age; a high school graduate, and have

c1ia gea'Jy} the Bradford solons, weakening' it, bin we sure hope for the sake changed his mind. Alice said: 4. Better working ,conditions for city employees. always_ lived in Starke. My ancestors came here
the opinion'' of the Commissioners, until it isof of the people on it that the lake "I've been looking at that mule around 1840., 1 am 'married and the .father of four',

limited value. comes back up again. and now I know what those men 5> More adequate, garbage. ; collection.. I children.'

meant, when they said work i in the includes six as Clerk,.Assistant
(County Judge Yawn is displeased because the your mustache 6. Cooperation .with all civic clubs m promoting projectsfor My past, years
T_ked to salesman this made 6 P Food
a you look like you'd, 'the advancement of our city. Manager, and Manager of the local A &
Bradford legislators' passed a law affecting the week about liquid fertilizer, and swallowed 'a gray'' rriuli." "* -. f i* f Store; four years as U. S. Post Office Clerk; and the

j jurisdiction of' the Small Claims Court, of,which it is his idea that someday all CAKD 7. .Expansion i of public utilities and ,Hill exert every past 11 years in business for myself, being associatedwith
he is judge, without consulting him as to the fertilizer will be sold in very con- OF THANKSIt effort to ,loner. utility rates. the Tom Houston Peanut Co. -
'
need or desirability of such action. centra ted liquid. form, and then is from hearts filled with sincere .
applied to the land the way appreciation that we thankall 8., No increase in taxes.. .. YOUR VOTE ANp SUPPORT WILL HE GREATLY
'"
Senator Johns and Representative Conner of those, *- >
sprays are now, or the way anhydrous who aided us during APPRECIATED
might have full and complete explanations for ammonia is put out. It the: brief illness and death of'our YOUR. VOTE AND SUPPORT EARNESTLY
.
father and
their actions( oh these bills, 'although neither, 'to sounds good as it should be husband, Francis M. -- .SOLICITEb'I SINCERELY-
(Tobe) Norman Sr. .
For'the .
date} has made public reply" to complaining. cheaper for the fertilizer companies our fiends and relatives comfort I i "MERRILL EDWARDSPd.
officials. to ship a 100-gallon drum
/brought'us during this sorrowful (Paid Pol. Adv.
)
of liquid, than a ton of dry ma- -
time Adv.AART :.
we shall! be everlastingly ( Pol. )
terial. The $64 question is: will grateful.The Norman ''

It save the farmer any money! -- .... J !. family. ., ..
pgf P T -- -
gtlth o p en "
"
'
,
.
..-_ -- - :
Had-another offer of okra, .0b': .o ,.. JI I.f.<, 'v ,-. "-'
New Opportunities this one from "Uncle Joe" who
\
lives near Starke on SR-100. Our

As the students return to the classroom at thanks to him and the 'others FURNITURE CO
who have kept us supplied with
B/adford... High School next will
'" Tuesday, they be ,okra this season. We like, it
welcomed by a school which we believe is much
much and it
very as a present
better E. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. PHONE 80
equipped than before to
ever fulfill its j jfunction" Seems to taste even better.

of preparing' them' for a role in' the S \1 I
adult, world., Notice that although a tot of \' -I

farmers are "hunting the shade"in I
The"school has broadened its field of
training this hot weather, that some STARTS FRIDAY 30 THRU SAT. SEPT. 14 .
with'n I.! '
w programs : IA.Ve. > iU
and
s features. Principal] of them are cutting up land in .. > I
.. ;
among'i the new activities, be believe, is the Diversified preparation for berries and fall "

.Cooperative Training program (DCT).- crops. Ohters are "making hay PLATFORM ROCKER -- "Dreamland"Was s

i r -I while the sun shines" but there ,
r. DCT, be'Tbelieve, will prove a valuable. licfditldn .: has been so much rain that if is- \ $25.95 --- 'NOW $14.95

to this school program, permitting- -the difficult to get it to cure. i i ,

schotrf t to more 'effectively train, hose'stud nts ? .

tvho-will enter directly into employment instead This has been the worst season 4F SWIVEL ROCKERS Red and Green

6t attending college.: Training for this segment for screw worms that some
of the stockmen in this area can
of students has been largely ignored in the past, ever remember. Talked to one xyn Were $89.95 ---- NOW $69.95a'rii's
with most of the curriculum '
directed at prefpar- man this week who said that he _
.. .. ,
students n n
irig for., .college, or certain'phases o f, is busy most of the time trying -. . '
a
bilsiness'
:, to keep his cows from getting ?*
'' chewed up with them. RECLINING CHAIR ALL WALL PICTURES
Many pupils are interested in entering t other { la ,

fields, 'fields wtiicn i until now their high school. Incidentally, he laughed and

training did not prepare' them for. said someone told him that Brah- 4 PJECE MAPLE BED 04OM SUITE. I Was $79.95 -- NOW $69.95 Cash and Carry $1.99
man cattle weren't sujbect to
But occupations, such as trades, are just as screw worms. We're not sure of .- .. .
important to our society as the ones requiring a it, but well remember a Brahman Was 125.95, --- Now 9995. -- -- '

great deal of academic ''education, and it is time cross that we had which Southern HIDE ABED COFFEE and END TABLES

eve Mere giving more attention td preparing ouryourig got a bad case of screw wormsin I'
people for them. her ears and we had a terrible a. .
By doing sd we can help !
Them become more skilled and.. competent, beneifiling time getting it: cured. Maybe 6 -. PIECE DINING ROOM SUITE :
them as well'as the community. that was because. it was only *. ,
50 per cent Brahman, but how I ,

THe trade schools have helped{ fill this gap' -, but would the flies' know which half Was$329'.95 ---- NOW 199.95 i

many youths have entered a' trade after leaving w Brahman! '.. '. .-- n..' .
school l with *' .
only haphazard '
accidental -
training, Enjoyed visiting and talkingto ) 9
unsure bf where t they wanted to o. 1 z
g Mr. and Mrs. U. D.'May of
9 Piece Lime Oak
-' Dining Boom Suite
i ,
The DCT Hampton. When we were l leaving
program will provide the direction

needed to give them a start toward a successful 1 we knowing teased so much Mrs.lay about: packing about Blonde, with :Lifetime> Plastic l- Top From $8.95 up

career, acquainting the participants with the things in a car, and asked if she Was $209.95 NOW $17 1. 5

trade and teaching them the basic principles.We had ever helped _much _on a farm. Was',$379.95 ----- NOW 299.95 ,. ., BABY CRIB -- Was $31,95

are not saying that this on-the-job training I,. _._ ._ -. !i

should' replace the academic subjects. Certainly i ievery .... t -, 2-SEATER GLIDER MATTRESS -,Was $ 10.95 '
'student f should be taught the proper'use of i ,
t the English' l language become familiar with the 1 .
: } 5 Pc ..CHROME'DINE'TIE
.
historical achievements and events which preceded I Was $34.95 NOW $27.95_ NOW

our day,'"team how to use figured+s well I j, .. Ys r
-- ---
as become acquainted with the subject matter i
BOTH
in the other courses necessary in producing an ==_- Aluminum Folding Chair 1

intelligent member of society. Was63.95 J4 i f (fjJJfflfczIJ1fJ'': For ,

But it is foolish to suppose that every student NOW.. 49.95 # Was_ $8.9?' NQW $6.95

is going to pursue academic education to the yr Z


\va extent s(te 6f needed, time for and college effort to entrance, and it is a -. .-, .' ., -' --.. $jetal :Chair Red, l:and Yellow

facts and attempt to cram ..' .. s ..q A .. ... ...-
figures into student's' h Vhen he -. .-
will not use them in future life. ... 7 PC. Pink Iron NOW
Was
ASK -. .-,; Wrptight. .DinetteWas $7.95 -- $5.95 2 -' PC. Foam'RubberLiyjNG

The schools are showing wisdom in ,
expanding
its' to provide CHARLEY E. JOHNS &: SON ttr.- ROOM SUITE a aHigh
program
more useful training for $74.95 ---- NOW 59.95
{ihose students entering other phases of life immediately About this question: /Aluminum* J 4 A < _Chaise- LoungeWas ,

after graduation. -.-, ...-___ "Ar F Quality. Fabric, I
*? In 'these United States, our ', t ..- t
$26.9 NOW $24.95
,There are many types. of occupations in production i of and Was .$249,95NOW I
our goods services '
society J and different types'of training are heed 25 Ft. JPLASTIC HOSE ... ,Cash and Garry I
ed for'e'vahious rate ones. : i is increasing, 3 per cent t rv' "" --
.! $199.95
each year. This attests to Back. : To School. SPECIAL -
Introduction: Was $5.95 NOW $4.44 "
of DCT'is' recognition the our inventive ability and : -.7 ilWROUGHT .
need for more varied training t6 fit students for fruitful work. We tiave good IRON. ,

more... titan, a. selective portion. 'of. the 'phases of .
DESK and CHAIR
life. r II reason to enjoy a Labor Day I '... ., '* !
holiday, and to celebrate the 2 PC. SECTIONAL SOFA

.. .- -,p. -,. 'h__ achievements !of, our I labor. Was ,$f .NOW $ 9.95

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;. ,. eST.. 170 WEDCLYrENF>: Th4{ Y.; ': I Johns'' .r i Was" ... 132.95.' .. CLOSE 6UT
*'
.,tA CONTINOUSLY.ii.W. NOW $ 09: 5 12 INCH WINDOW FANS ,
: PP :!', $9flgllcyPihl 123 EAST CALL STREET
i bkiolichitcit 'RID1v Alfa CftTCMB -
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MATTER AT THE POST Ort SI AT 0TARICC. FUOftlDK UHP. Wtte$34Ab.NOW ,$19.95
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THE ACT OF MARCH I. l7 Starke, Plat>
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FRIDAY AUGUST SO, 1937 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGKATII, STAKKE FLORIDA PAGE TImE:

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tyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyW ryyyyyyyyyy yyyyy yyy! yl Wester. Mrs: Jones' daughters,! Mr., and 1orfEarl Moore,. an of spent the weekend here with trol of minor children has been allegations of said Complaint will
filed against you in the above be taken as confessed by you.
Mrs. Betty Davis, Mrs. Wilma Tampa, were here to attend. the relatives. named Court and cause and you This notice shall be puotuned
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy GRAHAM Starling, and Mrs. N. J. 'Davis funeral of Mrs. Jones' aunt, Mrs. Glory" McKinney wil be t-pliz- are required to serve a copy of ante earn week for four ronwtitlYt
your answer or pleading to the weeks la the Bradford County Teltjraroh. -
were also with her on this oc Minnie Warren. The funeral was ed Sun'fiy afternoon at 3:30 o'- complaint on the Flantiff's Attor- .
casion. held in Dedan Cemetery last Fri- clock at Hampton Lake. She ney, Joseph K. Skipper, 221 Flori- Dated this 11 day of August.
By K. Schaeffer Guest Editor.AAA.AAAA.A.A..A.A..AA.A..A..A..A..A. Sirs.\ John McKinneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjA\ da Title Building, Jacksonville 2. 1J5T. .
Mrs. Jones received many day afternoon. Mr. Jones is the joined the Baptist Church at Florida and file the original in (Official 'Seal) Charles A. Darby
lovely gifts, and the guests also brother of Carl Jones. Hampton.Mr. the office of the Clerk of the Cir- Clerk of the Circuit Court.
cuit Court on or before the 16 day:.By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
New School Yearwt order of business. SURPRISE PARTY brought along refreshments, Mrs. Walter Ratliff is on the and Mrs. John Willis and of September, 1937;. otherwise the $/164t.5
To Good Start Former Resident Has Unusual Mrs. Carl Jones had the sur- which were served late in the sick list this week. children of Nichols are spendinga

.On Monday of this week the Experiences Abroad prise of her life last Friday night evening.Mrs. Little Louie Davis of Waldo ia while with his parents, Mr. and .

local small fry started another This should belong in the "small when a number of her friends Kate Starling and her visiting his grandparents, :Mr. Mrs. Albert Willis. To The Voters of StarkePlease
year at Keystone Heights School world" department. When Bill from Sunny Land Training Cen- son-in-law and daughter Mr. and and Mrs. Berry Dyal, this week. :Mr.and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff has

having been to the school to register Siprelle, former Keystone resi- ter, where she I ia employed, Mrs. Earnest Ortages of Jacksonville Mrs. Minnie Crenshaw of as guests last Sunday Mr. and
one day last week. Parents dent, 'was enroute to Africa on gathered in her new home which spent Sunday in Gaines- Gainesville spent last week visiting .Mrs Colen Ratliff and son of accept this as my personal solicitationof
who have accompanied their chil- business for Gold Jacksonville, .and Mr. and Mrs. vote and support of candidacy for
Humphreys she has just bought from Mr. ville with Mr. and Mrs. Earl I her.children, here, Mrs. L. E. your my
dren: on registration day were Corp., he went on a little side- x- and Mrs. Hugh Beard and has Starling.Mr. Ratliff, Mrs. Leo Dyal, and Horace Walter Ratliff of Cecil Field. the 'one-year unexpired term on our City
favorably impressed with the appearance cursion to the shrine of Fatiina had remodelled.The and Mrs Carl Jones hadas l Cain. Mrs John Surrency has re- Council.I .
of the school, as well as in Portugal. The bus on whichhe guests last Saturday their lira Leo turned home. after 'a visit In
included Mrs. Cora Dyal had
guests a fall last
the obvious capabilities of the was a passenger stopped to Stokes, Mrs. Ruby Dyal, Mrs. nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. week that fractured the bone in Plant City with her brother, I have previously served four years as your

personnel. Clinton West principalof pick up two nuns,, who seated Lois Lydick, Mrs. Alma Simmons James Crosby of Andrews, S. C. her leg. She will have to wear Henry Osteen, who is seriouslyill. I councilman, through one of the fasting-grow
a
last year, has been Folks replacedby themselves near Mr. Siprelle. He ,, Miss Hazel Phillips, Miss This was their first trip to Flor- cast for at least six weeks.!- We ing periods in the history of Starke and I feel
Knox. were
them
Robert C. was surprised to hear speak- Mrs. Margaret Johnson and
Helen Wells, Mrs. :Marth Rudi- miss her in our Sunday that this past experience qualifies me to
all to see Mr. West but and remarked how ida.Mr. School
go ,
sorry ing English children, and Bill Martin, all of
and
and Mrs. Rufus Jones and
sell, Mrs. J. Clark, and Mrs. Sam church services for she I I better in the future.I .
:Mr. Knox seems to have made a nice it was to hear someone he is Tampa, were recent guests of serve you
friends in the short could understand. After a short i a regular attender.Mr. I I
great many n Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney. I
n to out and vote Sept.
on
and urge everyone come
around Mr. dis- Mrs. John
he
time he has been exchange of conversation, NfEREST McKinney!
,Knox will instruct the eighth covered that one of the nuns had NEWS TO COLORED and children were supper guestsof 10 so we will have the heaviest vote in the

I graders. Other teachers on the been his son, Dickie's, teacher at OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Mr. and Mrs. V. L. McKinney Ia Tlrrnlt NOTICE Court.TO Bradford APPEAR Co..tr. history of Starke.
Susie CITIZENS in Gainesville last Florida IB Cbnarrrr.Johnny .
I staff will include: Mrs. Bishop Kenny High School last Saturday
Gornto, Mrs. Bonnie Jones Miss winter, while the other had taughthis Ozora J. Shell night. Ruby L.T.Scott Scott, Defendant.Jr. Plaintiff, vs. SINCERELY .

Emma Kate Mansfield, Paul Pet- three oldest children, Dale, Our comunity was saddened by Case No. 12-320

i 1 ers. and a new teacher, Mrs. Lucite Doris, and Sue, when the Siprelleshad ................ ....A.I .......... ... the death of."Phillip Martineau Notice To: Ruby To Appear L. Scott, whose residence -
Clark. Mrs. Mildred Glisson lived in Jacksonville before last week, and our and address Is: C/o Mrs. EWELL LAWSON
in sympathy is
will 'manage the_lunchroom. and I moving to Keystone Heights. Mrs. FAMILY REUNION m. Supt. Arata Williams extended to his'wife and Elizabeth Pates, 4262 4th Avenue
Russell Jones will be custodian. Siprelle has received some very Deacon C. H. Royal and family : charge. The new choir will makeits Mrs. Felton Craves of stepson. South are Birmingham hereby notified, Alabama.You that a. suit (Pd. Pol. Adv.)

Although the Florida Times- nice descriptive letters from her returned to Philadelphia, Pa. first appearance on Sunday Tampa for divorce, care, custody and con-

Union carried'a report that school husband, and the family is antici- after two weeks visit ;with his morning. They will come out in ----- ------

lunches would go up to 30 cents pating seeing the movie film of his mother, Mrs. Sophia Royal, and uniforms and will try to make a
"
this year. Mr. Knox stated that travels when he returns the first! other relatives. All of the fam- first step in mus'c for Jesus. The

our' school would try to hold the part of September. ily met under the big oak of general public in invited to attend -

lunches to 25 cents as long as Duplicate ResultsOn the home place on the hill and the services. Music was

possible without lowering the Thursday evening, Aug. 22, enjoyed a real picnic style ,meal selected by Mrs. Mabel Lee, wife

quality. Milk will be sold during at the weekly Duplicate Bridge Thirty-sax persons were feted of the pastor and business manager "Super-Right" Short Shank 10 to 141b Avg. Fully Cooked
at 8 cents and of the choir. Deacon Carl-
the morning recess per Club meeting, Ray Starnes which included Mrs. Mozene
half pint. After lunch, children E. L. Kyle tied for first place Green, music teacher in Alachua eswell, reporter.


may purchase ice cream cups' etc. with Mrs. Margaret Hockoday and County and Mrs. Norton, teacherof New Bethel Baptist Church
for 5 cents. Mrs. Ralph Duperrault, visitors Duval Elementary school and Rev. A. Vinson pastor, will hold Half
The new teacher, Mrs. Clark, from St. Petersburg. Mrs. Alice wife of the former principal whois regular services starting with or

has just received her Bachelor's Ketchum and Mrs. George Phelps now supervisor of instructionin Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. 531
degree from the University of were second, while :Mrs. Harold Alachua County. All reporteda Supt. Saul Hankerson in charge. WholeLB
Florida. She is the wife of Fran- Sutton and Mrs. Anna James delightful visit and feast at During the morning hour regular

cis 0: Clark, who is the Super- were third the beautiful home of Mother covenant meeting will be held
intendent of the Hospital at Pen- Dinner lartyMr. officers. At
Royal in Pleasant City, Starke. by the pastor and
ney Farms. ,.The- Clarks live in and Mrs. Alex Brokas en- IIKIIOIVF. RITTII NO. 18 5:30: B. T. U. will be led by Pres-
Lake -- -- --
Keystone Heights on Little tertained a of their friendson
group Most Ancient Matron Sophia ident Sarah Jenkins, at 7:00: p.
Keystone. Saturday evening, Aug. 24, at
Mr. Knox, the principal, grad- their home on Lawrence Blvd. Royal is calling all members m.ministered Holy Communion by the pastor will and be ad-officera. Grade "A" Frozen Dressed & Drawn Young Tender Hen

uated from the University of Geor- with a dinner party. Guests of from vacation back to work. She All members are invitedto
gia with a B. S. in Personnel Ad- honor for the evening were Dr.
ia hoping that all members have attend. We are happy that
ministration, and he has a Mas-
and Mrs. Richard Powell. Dr
CLb
vacation and
enjoyed a. pleasant Sister Maurice White and her
ters degree in Administration. and his
Powell, who recently passed
will return to the hall for meet- son are back with us aftera
Supervision of Schools. He has Dental State Board examination, young
ing on Wednesday, Sept. 4, at 4 few months leave of absence.
taught in elementary schools, high will be taking his family to Tam-
p. m. Business! vital Importance Choir No. II has been waiting
schools and at Armstrong Col-
pa where he will open an office.
must be transacted, so for her return.
lege, Savannah Ga. While living in Keystone Heights, very patiently
Mr. Knox stated that a wellrounded Dr. Powell interned at the State please be present and,, on time. Deacon Willie Green is the pres-

program has been out- Prison Dental Office at Raiford. Attention all Juveniles of Na- ident of the choir.

lined for Keystone Heights School Other guests at the dinner partywere omi No. 35. Your first meetingfor ADULT: EDUCATION
for the 1957-58 term, which will Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Harden- this season will be held on Calling all adults and former

stress the all-round developmentfor bergh, and Rev. and Mrs. Richard Sept. 11th immediately after students who wish to return to

pupils enrolled.Mr. Byrd. school. Please come prepared to school, all veterans Let's get

Knox and his aunt, Miss Attention Potential PTA'ers pay your dues out for the rest started in learning to read,

Kathryn F. Eichelberger, a former With the beginning of school, of the year if possible. Don't let write, spell, make your moneygo

teacher lives on Little Key- comes again the organizing of the the dues stop you. Come for the round and meet the needs of ,
stone Lake in the old Parker meeting, starting at 4 Ann Rich I
PTA for the ensuing year. Your promptly family without borrowing, and Page creamy'A,1 I I1. ,
bouse. They both seem to be very president this year will be W. L. p. m. live better lives'! as we learn. All '. -1.: ".,1" .
favorably impressed with all as- Bunce, who has gone into office VACATIONINGRev. mothers interested in sewing and H

pects of life in Keystone Heights. with much enthusiasm When the J. P. Franklin, chaplainof cooking classes, typing musicare ,

Benefit Ham Supper membership chairman'comes to Forest Hill School for girls .in asked to meet. The enrollment Qt.
Tomorrow evening (Sat,) St. see you welcome her; and not only Ocala, is spending his vacationwith fee is $2 for any one sub- 55cOcean
William's Catholic Club is hold- l join, but be active. You, as
relatives in Washington, D. ject that you take for the entire a
Ing a benefit Ham Supper at their well as your children, will bene- C., New York and other east year. All churches interested in yonnalse Jar
Recreation Hall, which is an an- _
fit.Keynotes coast cities. He lives on Oak taking part in the Adult Educa-
pex to the church. Tickets for ,
Street, Starke. Mrs. Altamease Choir are asked
tion Community
adults will be $1; for children, 50c. Lt. Col. and Mrs. Walter C.
Johnson and daughter, Mrs. Tuesday, Sept. 3,
The will begin at 6 p.m. to come out drauberry
supper Andrewsen and children are scheduled I Spray
Mrs. Bee Cooper is supper chairman to sail from New York City Katie Littles and children, Mrs. at R. J. E. and register. You do 23c- IONA BARTLETT HALVES ARMOUR'S STAR
and members of her committee today for Puerto Rico, where Col.! Frances Tyson and son, Vernell not have to pay the $2 if youdon't I SAUCE 303can
are the ladies of the Altar Andrewsen will be stationed at Bradwell and O. J. Aaron left have it that night. Just re-

Society. It is hoped that there Fort Brooke for approximatelythe the- ..-city, recently. .. for-Long.. Beach. 'inter Rn that we will know that PEARS POTTED MEAT
will be a large attendance. next three years. The An- Calif, to visit relatives andfriends you are interested and we will Box
Catholic Club PresidentAt drewsens have been the guestsof which include Mr. and complete the organization of the Nabisco Vanilla

a meeting of the Catholic Mrs. Ella C. Bird this sum- Mrs. Mosely Hawkins, Jr. for- class. The rotation plan will be WAFERS 12oz 33cStar

Club on Aug. 21, Joe Pawlikowskiwas mer, at the Bird Apartments, merly of Starke and other used for teaching music in the 29-Oz Can 5OzCan
elected president for 1957-58 overlooking Keystone Lake. Mrs. friends. They will travel the churches of the community by 29cA&P 1Sc

season. Other officers included Andrewsen is the granddaughterof southern route one way and the Supervisor ShelL We hope that

George LeBlanc vice president; :Mrs. Bird, and the daughter of northern route when returning the following church memberswill -.KM

Mary K. Schaeffer, re-elected Mr. and Mrs. John Bird, presently home. take part: Allen Chapel,
secretary; and Mildred Sutton, in Okinawa. Mrs. Andrewsenand CHURCH; NEWS Moriah, New Bethel, Mt'l CHUNK TUNA 31 c

treasurer. The meeting, presided her children arrived early in Mt. Moriah Methodist Church Ebenezer, New Hope, Mt. ,
.over by Joe Pawlikowski, (cur- the summer in order to be TUB STYLE MEL-O-BIT PROCESS SLICEDCHEESE
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pres- Rev. A. E. Stripling pastor, helda Lawtey, Mt Pisgah, Mt. Nebo
rent vice president) in the absence ent for the graduation of her successful rally representing Macedonia and any others Waldorf

of Herbert Nelson, was held trother, Paul Bird, from the Uni- I the 12 months of the year. Thisprogram throughout the county that are
after an enjoyable covered dish versity of Florida. Col Andrew- for BUTTERPound
was co-chaired by Mrs. interested in improving the singing TISSUE 3 25C
The club has decided to
supper. them several weeks
ben joined ago. U M. Royal and .Iisa Ethel'Singleton. in your church choirs."DON'T .
maintain the practice of holdingthe Friends of Mr and Mrs. Jim .
During the morning TELL A SOUL"On
covered dish suppers before Donnally will be sorry to learn ALL VARIETIES
every meeting, since it makes that Mr. Donnally's mother, Mrs. worship hour the sermon was de- Friday night at 7:30 the Armour (Corned 303 Can

them just that much more en- Mary Donnally, passed away last livered by Rev. George Lee, pas- young peoples department under 65c

joyable. Supper plans were dis- week at her home in Bridgeport, tor of Antioch Baptist Church, at the direction of Sister Mae Fran- BEEF HASH 31C, 8.0 Pkg 25, c
cussed and maintenance of the Conn. 3 p. m. Pleasant Grove Church ces Jenkins will present a play

church building and lawn were Your correspondent hopes that Dre-vnted a rich program at with the above'title.. You cannot f

:several of the many things in the in the absence of Mary Young the 4:30: p. m. Free refreshments, afford to miss this play which Shortening .
were served by the members of will be a rare treat for alL: The
r the committee,. and at 7:30 p. characters include: Gwendolyn SPRY 3 lb can 97c PICKLE PATCH SWEET MIXEDPICKLES

m. the rally culminated with a Marshall, Deloris Jenkins, Bettye SULTANA STUFFED
TO THE CITIZENSOF program planned by the captainsof Jenkins, Evelyn Solomon, Ama-

the 12 months. Each captain ndalene Chandler, Joan Jenkins,
presented two Jackie Mrs. Toilet Soap Bath liars
STARKEOur i'P numbers which Lane Lena Tim- OLIVES.
consisted of some of the best mons, and Mrs. Carlwell. A small 2 for
CAMAY 27CDetergent
talent of Starke and vicinity.The donation will be collected at the

City Election of Sept. 10 is total amount raised was door in the interest of the missionary -- 22.0zJar 27cA&P' SMALL or LARGE

$6P3.08ith the largest!'= amount department for the
fast approaching and due to the I
being reported Mrs youth of the
by > Ethel church. Sister Large
Jeanette Williams. She was Sarah Jenkins is president of lo% Oz tar
fact that I have to work for a 1 pre- LUX S9c
sented with a lovely basket of the Missionary Society and they LIQUID 69C

living it will be impossible for me flowers in recognition of her excellent meet each Friday afternoon.
BRAND INSTANT
service during this rally AMERICAN LEGION
to see each and every one of you in the interest of conference anr1 The regular meetings of Am- JANE' PACKER DELICIOUS ,

general repairs for the church erican Legion Post and Auxiliary WHITE HOUSE EVAPORATEDMILK

before Election Day. r Chairman of the Trustees, Bro will be held at 2 p. m. at R COFFEE E E

Oscar Dell is calling an import. J. E, high school with Vice- APPLE PIES

I feel sure that you understand my position however, ant meeting of the Trustees fo commander Julius Royal .and
the rally preparations on the President Ozora Shell in charge. I 2.0z.Jar 6-Oz Jar45c

and will accept this message as a personal visit and first Sunday in September AD) August is the month for'building

members are asked to attend fund drive for the crippled chil- 8-Inch each
appeal for your vote and support on Sept. 10. Two Bra William Holland, reporter. dren's home in Orlando. All 43C $1,15 i Tall Cans Jflc

Antioch Baptist Church, Rev members are asked to please
paid the high honor of electing
years ago you me me come
Lee
George pastor, will hold regular prepared to pay local and

to our City Council the first woman ever to serve pastorial day and com- state dues. '
munion Sunday Sept 1 starting BACK TO SCHOOL

in this capacity. I deeply appreciate your trust and with Sunday School at 9:30 a All children are to report to CTN. or LB WESTERN VINE

have tried to by serving conscientiously next three weeks, you will kindly Tchool S:30 on Tuesday, Sept. 3, at I for s
; repay you as remember to call 4127 with your Iren a.to m.enroll Persons for the bringing first time chil- TOMATOES 2 29c cANTALOUPES ec 29c

impartially and fairly as it was within my power to news. are asked to bring birth certif- -
Visiting Mrs. Anna James
: do ,so. If you feel that my service and record justifies her son and family, Mr. and Mrs.are grove icates or the some legal document to Lb. NICE FIRM GREENPEPPERS

,another term I will. sincerely, appreciate your vote and Judy William.Ann S. James and Susan and children, from child. Deadline exact for birthday establishing' of the CALIF. SEEDLESS 3 Ibs 19c
this
t Greensboro proof will be Oct 1 at R.. J.
N.
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support on Sept. 10.RUBY. rival, they were accompanied Upon their ar-by from E., according to a statement GRAPES 2 for 29c

Ensign Jim Brinkworfn. a student other Principal Eddie Thompklns) ,atrKA1 MttMOft roes ICTAntt..lM rIJ
at Auburn and Miss Joyce principals have 'not indicated

JOHNS Brinkworth brother and sister of such a date. ,Only three EXTRA LARGE SIZE I 1 1 4 '
the younger Mrs. James. The parents attended the Pre-plann t i '

Brinkworth's are from Jacksonville ing Clinic that, was held at R. J. YISNE JUPENESD
M cow AlUMtt a MWK TU OMHMT
(Pd./PoL Adv.) ,, where Mr. and Mrs. James E. on Monday in, interest:, .of r J -, 9 c.
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J and family had visited before Health Nutrition 'an"r". :School 412 Call Street
coming to Keystone. I for the. children. j '. .! !* ";} f.: f'">- __ __ Starke, Florida'__ ,. ." .

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PAGL FOCB' ._ BfcAJJFOBD. ;COCNtX,ttUSGBAre,9TA a fi;FtX- HA; FRIDAY, AVOUST SO, liJ1c .

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; Recent Births
Betty Tetstone Weds: Bobby J;>> Crews' C UedToC11urch ./. K. DoligldsTaken Jack Webb's 'D.I. I 'ft Man-Sized

Johnny E. TaylorMr. In TexasWilliam To Play_ At Florida
: Mr, and Mrs. F. M. Crawford

... .: _c _, By, Death .jttL1 of Starke announce the birth ofa
and Mrs. A. C. Tetstone w-- The DJ.," starring Jack Webbas Steven Len
f : son, on Aug. 22 in
of Heilbronn ep rinr8'uno nce a marine drill instructor faced
of Alachua General
'Johnny' King Douglas 53, Hospital
the marriage of their daughter, with the problem of training a
Betty, to Johnny E. .Taylor of Brooker died in a Jacksonville group of young'men into hardened i Mr. and Mrs. Zachary aaw-

Virginia. hospital Wednesday morning following Marines, will play Sunday. Monday ford of Starke announca the

nl Iadyi Moot an'.extended' illness.. the Florida birth of a son, Thomas Zachary,
) : and Tuesday at
!..--- "-_-,-_-,_--"-- --_--"-- --1--UB-- _--_--,_"_._-- -.---_.__.-_ ."... The wedding took place Satur* retired timber on Aug. 25 in Bradford County
; ]lr.'t>ouglu'was, e Theatre.
day, Aug. 24, at the home -of Hospital. Mrs. Crawford( is ttt
Mrs. Sistrunk Feted' Bridal Shower Held Ret.I W. E. Hall pastor of Pine broker and, farmer...A,native Don Dubbins, Jackie Loughery, r former Ann John

Level Baptist Church. of: Lake .Butler,, he was a member Lin McCarthy Monica Lewis Vir- .

With Bridal l ShowerThe For Miss MorrisonMiss Attendants were Mrs. W. C.' of Lodge No. 9, F. & A. M. ginia: Gregg and men from the CARD OF.. THANKSI .

Clement bridesmaid, and Mr. of Brooker. U. S. Marine Corp are also feat-

Presbyterian assembly NQrma Jean Morrison Clement, best man.' Surviving are his wife Mrs. k : : .am sincerely .grateful td
the last Friday( who became the bride of Samuel ured.The
room was setting film friends
the and neighbors
'Witnessing the ceremony were three concerns strugglesof for their
Iva Colson Douglas; .sons,
evening for a lovely bridal shower Martin on Sunday, was honoredat
battle-hardened drill instructor kind of
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Suttles, a many acts sympathy
Howard C. ,and Ernest M.. Doug-
Mra. ,J. M. Sistrunk. misceilaneoua shower Wed-
honoring a _
faced with the task of covert-
sad
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Thomas, and las of Brooker, and Francis L. during, my bereavement My
Hostesses for the affair were 21, given ,
nesday evening, Aug.
Mrs. A. C. Teutons and daughter of Charleston S. C. his ing a group of newly inducted deep appreciation cannot be ad .
Mrs. Blake Jackson Mrs. W. S. by Mrs. Lester Crews, Mrs. Frances. Douglas ; youths into a hard fighting unit quately expressed. -rs. Phillip!
,
Parriah
,McAliley Mrs J. H. Dennis Mrs. Henrietta Hunt and, Mrs. J. M.. mother, Mrs. Marco within only a few weeks. The Martineau.
Mrs. W Rho- Mitchell the summer home of Douglas of Brooker; his stepfather -
W. T. Jackson, C. at task is heightened by an uncoop
den, Mrs. W. L. Soto and Mrs. the latter on Kingsley Lake. Shower. Honors., ", Norman: S. Parrish >of erative recruit who threatens to -4
Mixed flowers R. (Bobby:: ) Crews,I Brooker; three sisters, Mrs. Ruby
T. A. Yawn Jr. summer were Mrs. Carmichael destroy the sergeant's service
Beautiful arrangements of used to, advantage In decoratingthe son of Mrs.-Motile M Crewa and Bloss and Mrs. Jessie Mae Welch, ,record.

pink and red roses decorated Mitchell home for the occas.. Misses Jean Mundy and Judy the late Stafford L.' Crews ;of both of Lake Butler, and Mra. I ,Monica Lewis plays the role of Paul Bill Meng.}.[eng, holds son of aloft Mr. and a snake Mrs PIANO STUDENTS .

the ion. The lace refresh.. New River,, has recently been ordained Louise Plasterof Jacksonville;
points of interest throughout covered Dankel hostesses delightful .
wer at a i a morale boosting lady] who,singsat is a bit longer than
that
quite
assembly room. The refreshment ment table had an attractive kitchen shower last Sat I to the "nin try and was two brothers, William c. Parrishof a nightclub near the base. himself. The six-foot- rattler, ofLOUISE

table was overlaid with a linen center arrangement of pink and urday evening at the .Dankel :called! as pastor of a church ,in Gainesville, Ga., and Thomas Jackie Loughery portrays Webb's
10 rattles and
.;; cutwork cloth and centered with, white tlofsoms, flanked by two home' on W. Madison street, honoring ,Newark >T xas. .He:is. a second I Parrish of Jacksonville,. and five 'girt button which,sported was killed on the Carl a

I a crystal punch bowl which was branch -silver candelabra holding .Mrv Archie Carmichael, year student af Bible Baptist grandchildren. friend.'i' Johns road STERN
near Hampton.Lgislators'
I la'.*' surrounded with fern interspers. white tapers., A lovely bride's the former Joyce Danney, a recent Seminary in Arlington, Texas Funeral services 'will be held :70 dominated

t ed with hibiscu, Silver trays dOll also graced the table. Deco- bride. Bobby and his .family were visiting today (Friday) at 2:30: p. m. in I PLEASE REGISTER
and. compotes held cookies andsalted rated cup cakes and salted nuts An artistic centerpiece madeof their paren here' during the First. Baptist Church at I :: Pay 't

nuts. I were served from silver trays. vegetables centered the refreshment his summer vacation. Brooker with the Rev. C. ,B. For ACS Posts Needs Raising '

Standing in the receiving line Mrs. Laura Simpson presidedover table. Stallings. officiating. Burial ,will Friday,. Aug. 309W
m
*, were Mrs. Yawn, Mrs. Sistrunk the punch bowl. The twenty guests enjoyed follow in the .family plot in New Ten farmers have been nominated Conner SaysIn

:* Mrs. C. A. Futch, Mrs. ,Mack Bridal contests were played games during the party hours Phone CompanyReadies River ,Cemetery with Masonic to fill 5,positions on the Brad- '
; Futch and Mrs. W. T. Jackson. during the evening and prizes and prizes were awarded to rites at the., graveside.. ford County Agricultural Stabilization a recent.speech before the : AM. to (&00 P.M.

Mrs. McAliley and. Mrs. Blake. were awarded to Mrs. P. L. Pellum Misses Nancy Bates and. Sylvia Active. pallbearers: will be H. Conservation Committee. State Junior Chamber of Commerce -

.i, Jackron:, presided at the punch and Miss Shirley 'Morrison. Paulk. For Dial Ballots will be .mailed to all in Sarasota, Rep. Doyle Lessons Begin 3
P. Morgan, Eldon Hardy, Wilson Sept.
E.. Conner of Starke, Speaker of
f:. bowl. Mrs. JUioden Mrs. Sotp The brlde-to-b received her farmers in the county on Aug. 30 ,
; lnd Mrs. Dennis served as floor gifts at- the end of a treasure Green, Howard Mott Tyler and must be returned by Sept. 10 the. 1957 House, said that if law- ,

iii aostesses and were in charge of hunt. Mrs. Jerome FrickHonored (Continued from Page. One) Jones and M. O. HarrelL to the ASC office in Starke, ac- making takes more of a leg

the gifts. Guests were lnvited-ta call be- At ShowerMrs. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home cording to Mrs.. Mildred Sapp islator's time, pay will have, to ,EOR DEPENDABLE:
number of trunk ,lines and be raised to attract able of
tween free of is in charge county office Three men
the of
*i The hostesses) presented the hours 8 to 10 o'clock. Starke ar .manager.
"* honoree with two of her knives Jerome Frick was hon- service among' Starke Kingsley rangements. regular and two alternate mem- moderate means.Legislators Termite ControlS
... ,Lake and Lawtey.4 bers will be elected to the com are now paid $1-
silver ored
"' of her chosen pattern asa Junior Women Set at a stork shower Wednesday -
b4 memento of. the occasion. evening Aug. 14, given by Free. Service. I U S. Furnished mittee. 200 a year and $15 daily for expenses -
Invitations were extended to First Fall MeetingThe MrL' Bill, Thompson and Mrs. Kingsley Lake and Lawtey will Names placed in nomination during the session. S Unusebobl a *!

f% call between the hours 8 to 9:80: Gene Pearson at the home of be on the same set-up_as .Starke $$21,067 In GroceriesTo were: Chester ,Andrews, Clyde "That compensation would not: Feat Control

.. o'clock. first fall meeting of the the latter.A and subscribers' can dial freely Cone N..J.,Davis, Jimmy Gaskins, be too bad if our work were:
.. Junior Woman's Club will be the three Bradford Schools limited to 60 days each two Grove SpratngcnFL66085
... pink and blue color motif among areas. ( Lloyd Green Leaton* Morgan Jr., "
held Thursday, Sept. 5, at 8 '. J. ,Q. Rosier Felix W. S. years Conner said "but ia re '
distance Sapp
p. was attractively carried out in Toll long. :. calls will be ;
1ford. schools ;
.Bra
Air Needed County received -
: Spotters cent legislative service has
m. in the club building.Mrs. the party decorations. A decorated handled through Jacksonville, Sibley, and Rodman Underhill years

Social Club Is Told Cart Roberts, community umbrella centered the gift .Bishop said, and the number of federally t donated: foods A. H. Harley Jr., S. R. Marco, required more and more time. Florida Pest Control
affairs chairman, will presentMr. table. trunk lines for these calls will be valued at $21,067.25 for use in and W. S. Sibley, members of the "This year for instance, both

Sgt. James Bennett of the I R. Traylor, representing a Appropriate Increased. lunch programs: during the past nominating committee, state that houses met in extended session Chemical Co.
games were play-
Ground Observer Corps was the pool construction company of ed and .prizes: were awarded to Long-winded talkers will 'be year, according to a report received they were careful to select 10 men and we already are on notice
featured when the Starke Jacksonville, who will show a in the office of School who would serve in the interest of that there will be at least one 24 N. W. 16t& Ave
speaker Mrs. Paul Raymond and Mrs. discouraged ,by an automatic time
film Supt. Harmon ,Morgan.The better agriculture in Bradford and perhaps two more sessions Camesvfflc FlorU
on swimming and
Social Club met In the Methodist ) pools Warren Ebling. device.which will cut off conversations ,
recreation hall Thursday, Aug. answer questions of members. i, Ten after 10 minutes. But if amount of goods receivedby County. before the year is out, the
--- . guests enjoyed this delightful Bradford solon declared.
22 at 7:30 o'clock. Any mieresiea persons or CIVic affair.Executive. the .conversation is important Bradford schools was 74,751 They.. urge that all farmers
Sgt. Bennett spoke on the I leaders are invited to attend. enough the parties can dial back. pounds.. carefully reView these names, vote Conner pointed out that in addition "
Hostesses for the social hour for the five of, their .choice, and to legislative sessions ]
of the GASTOONSj
Only
need for civilian volunteers in one present operators During the fiscal year ending $
BoardThe return the ballots before the deadline there is interim committee workto
will be Mrs. Drew Ratliff chair- Mrs. Lois .
fc the local unit. The group was Johns, will be kepton June 30. foods with a fair wholesale -
man, Mrs. Doyle Conner Mrs. when the mechanical l date. frame prospective laws and,
very receptive to the idea, and devices value of $4,791,657 were
Vie Frees Mrs. E. R. Executive Board of the' take aaid. Mrs. Johns t this summer, the Senate was -By-
members who are interested and Moench over Bishop distributed statewide with almost -f
Mrs. Leon Gray and Mrs. Jerry Starke Woman's Club will will -handle information and Altered called to serve as an impeachment
other interested individualsare 92 cent
any meet Thursday afternoon, Sept. trouble calls. per of the total going Charges trial board. GIB BROWN"I'd
asked to contact the president Gay. 5, at 3:30 o'clock In the club to school, lunch programs.

of the club. lounge, New CorporationThe These foods were, provided with. Against NegroA USE NATIVE. MATERIALSTO .

During the social hour, guests Farewell Party Given Starke.Telephone Co., which out cost through the federal MAKE ATTRACTIVE
.; were handed drawing and has been owned, for price
paper individually support programs and the
For from Jackson TABLE SERVICE PIECES
Beverly Negro man
J were asked to sketch the profile Lappe Methodist WSCS several decades' by H. J,. Bishop National School Lunch Program. ville went into Mayor's Court

v of the person to their right Mra. Members of the First Christ- St. and :members of his familywas Among the items received in West Palm Beach, Fla.-For

't J., H. Fields 'was awarded first ian farewell Methodist WSCS circles will purchased .recently by:.a corporation Bradford County were .canned Monday charged'with driving tropical. Florida, atmosphere,

5 prize for fcer' picture of"Mrs.W. -Churchgave for a Misa surprise meet next' .week. as. follows- :. ,formed of H.,' A. ,BishopSr. green beans, ,dried ,beans,. butter while intoxicated., But when he grace' your table with service

: L. Blair. The group also enJoyed Lappe at party the Beverly Thurs- 'Circle 1, Tuesday? Sept lf( at ., Lillian,M.I BisHop,' H. A. Bishop cheese, cornmeal- fresh cabbage, l left the court oom, he had been pieces made from native materials -

a variety of parsonage 10 a. m., with Mrs. E. L. Mat- Jr., Nina Bishop Andrews and shell flour found guilty of reckless driving ,
p. games. day evening 22. eggs grapefruit sections suggests Mrs. Elizabeth
Aug.
.Cooling refreshments of lime thews on E Adkins St. with Mrs. Mary H iriett Powell with the frozen and improper parking and sent
hamburger Pierce
A covered dish canned assistant Fatal Beach
was
sherbet, mints, nuts, and cold served to the 50 guests supper who en- W E. Middleton and Mrs. Frank shares equally divided among hams, lard, dried milk orange enced to pay a $52 fine or serve home demonstration agent. At

., drinks were served by the hosts Herlong as cohostesses. them. juice concentrrate, 10 days in jail.
peanut butter recent home demonstration
joyed this occasion, and the honoree ex
; for the evening, Rev. W. S. Mc- received nice gifts. .Circle 2. with Mrs. J. F. Mc- Bishop, Sr. 1fs president, of the ; canned peaches, canned The changes in the charges hibits, club' members featured like to get a WASH andIRON
.. Aliley, Mrs. W. A. many Comb on E. Call Street, Tues- new corporation, Bishop Jr., vice- plums job please."
Bonham.. and Beverly is the daughter of Mr. canned corn fresh plums, came after Mayor W. T. Jack- place mats made from cabbage
/I Mrs. Charles Ward. day afternoon Sept. 3, at 3 o'- president; Mrs. Andrews, secre- canned
pork whether it could
and Mra Harry Lappe, former clock. products, rice, can- son questioned palmetto fronds and dishes made You'll be surprised at the dif
Out of town guests at this tary and Mrs. Powell, treasurer. ned tomatoes and conclusively the
owners of Lappe Bakery in tomato paste be shown from from coconuts.. Ten clubs took:
meeting were Mr. Circle 3, will meet at 3 o'clock Bishop said it was .necessaryto and ,frozen ferentthlngsweeafldfltOgIVeyou '
= and Mrs. I Starke. The family will leave I I turkeys. edvidence, .submitted; that the. part in the exhibits.
... Thomas Paton of Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 3, at make arrangements for the more PLEASANT MOTORING .
East Orange, i Sept. 1 for St. Louis, Mo. where The Bradford schools used man, Raymond Williams, was
N. J. the home of Mrs. R. H. Ruell financing and rate increase which !
Beverly ,will be a patient at more hamburger than'a of the drunk.
y .
with the conversion.
with along Telephone Co. HoursThe
: The next Miss Kate Struth goes
meeting of the dub as co- other
commodities
will be held in Barnes Hospital for observationand hostess. "When the changes are com with nearly -"This is a, serious charge,"
the hall 11,000
: of St. Edward's Church parish possible heart surgery. pleted the people of Starke will pounds received. here.' Mayor,,Jackson told the officers, Starke Telephone Co. will GIB mm
on Her address there will be 1429 have the best service /The, report was remain the
Thursday phone you prepared by and should not be pursued unless open, during noon
.: Hostesses, Sept.at this 5, at time 7:30: p. m. Tamm Ave.and she will appreciate Elementary PTA can buy anywhere," Bishop E., Lee ,McCubbin, director of it can be definitely established hour on regular business days be SERVICE STATION

V Miss Minnie Bessent will be hearing from her many To Meet TuesdayThe ed.- Commodity Distribution of the that the man was intoxicated. ginning Sept. 1.
Mra. J. H. friends. State Standard Oil Products
Fields, Mrs. J. Dept. of Public Welfar ." He pointed out that con-
: M. Mitchell and I itone area will be accepted in which GET SET for vacation
Mrs. Bertha pearce.RftRKI. Starke Elementary School Starke schools if they furnish acts as receiving and distributing viction en: adriving, while Intoxicated with Movie Camera your 407 N. Temple Ate.
a from Bullngton's.
Honored At Shower PTA will meet agent in Florida for -
Tuesday, Sept. 3, charge would automatically -
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their own transportation. Though l sale "
the, For or ( )
I at 7 in the U. S. Department of yeit.: tf .
.. : p. m. elementary it has been reported that carpools Agri- result in loss of the man'sdriving
Mrs. N. D. Thomas was honored cafetorium. A covered dish culture.
license for
supper are being formed in the a year.

with a lovely stork showeron .is planned. Keystone area to bring students Causing the mayor to question

: Mrs.Friday A. ,C.Aug. 16, at the home The program will include a to Starke, it s not known> how Revival SlatedA ', the charge was the fact that the Vote for Randal Chitty for City Council

Tetstone, Heilbronn brief outline of what the teachers many of these students will re: Negro bad'not been apprehended
Springs. Hostessas on this occasion accomplished Starke and how week long revival wflj
> during an ,extension turn to many wilj' series when the policemen, Carl Fill-
were Mra. Zenas Tetstoneand course sponsored by the attend teen Cove or Penney.' Farms be conducted at the First Baptist

i; Sun., Mon., Tues. Mrs. ,A. C. Tetstone.The University of Florida. Areas under schools on the buses which Clay Church in Raiford beginning Sun yaw talked and to him.shep !Tomlinson, first 4 _

... September honoree received many discussion will be science, County will furnish day night. Services will begin at ,
1, 2, 3 useful gifts.WCTU It reading, music, and the library Number Uncertain 8 pjn. each ,night with the final "Y u all, let him go,',' Jackson ; -
DOUBLE -
:. FEATURE program. Even 'though the number .of services on Sunday, Sept & said ip Deducing th/e/ charge, "and

t Calypso Clay'County students'who,will at. Dr Paul A. Mejgs.secretary of f presume you wouldlhave* ,

:r ,.. Joe Meeting Presbyterian tend here is uncertaIn School! the Department., of Evangelism.. of done"that 'if, you..had been sure Illf;

.-.. With" Herb Jeffries Women Supt. Harmon Morgan, predicted the Florida -Baptist ,Conventk> he ,was drunk. ."
And The August meeting of the FridaY-adult that the enrollment in Bradford will be the,speaker, Special music .Williams 'i N'I
3 choir practice, 8 was first observed
Laura Scott WCTU Will be?held I schools will mantain its last year'slevel and singing will be, provided. j
5 p.rn.fhmdaYchureh by the policeman as he was .; Your Columbia Record'OFTHIWIHC
Hot Rod Rumble in the home of Mra. J. T. Quig. of about 3,100 students. Pastor John ,T. James urged .. )
With ley, 415 Mable St., at 3 p. m. Friday school, 9:45: Payne predicted that the high everyone to attend. changing a tire on i a tutve on ', ';
: Leigh Snowden a.m.
and RfeaardHartuniau Aug. 30. All members are ; morning worship. "Honor- school enrollment will increase SR 19 near Reno. The policemen HIT

;: I: urged to attend. Election of offi ing, Our Parents 11 ajn.j eve-" from last year's 921 to between CARD OP THANKS- aid that his car was parked in J


: Plus Color Cartoon for Children' cers and delegates to the state ning 8 worship "Abiding in Christ, 975 and 1,000. before. the year is. the middle of the traffic lane. VV/fh coupons Irom. '

... convention in October* will be p.m. out. We wish to thank oar kind They Aid that when they

Wed. Thurs. held. Tuesday-Board of Deacons, NoUn ,said that preliminary.enrollment neighbors and thoughtful friends questioned him he didn't know
: Sept. 4 5 7:30
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.. : pjn. '" for their many expressions of
DOUBLE indicates that the elementary where ,he wes and coudln't givesensible IiI
FEATURE Thursday-junior choir practice, sympathy and for the beautiful
b'uraprer
school will have a answers to their'q esi.fons.
7 ,Strange IntruderWith WSCS Circle 4 3:30: pjn.School. : crop of first graders with 16$ flowers. May ()ccI.blest. 1ou.- .
The Lavender
.. ,family..1IIIL.
= Edmund Purdom and Ida already registered. \ > They _couldn't smell odor Book
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Circle 4 of the Methodist School lunches will remain. th, : any te I -

LupmoE WSCS will meet at_ Fellowship Opening same price as last year, 25 cents, Ofthe alcohol on ,him so they let '
r t/
Pap
And Hall on Tuesday, Sept. 3, at 8 ir both the elementary and high him drive away, following him Oi'39cj

TheTrailofthe p. m. Mrs. C. R. Shuford 'and school cafeterias. i to see how he drove.: 9

r: Mrs. C. S. Hadodck are hostess Slated Tuesday FjllyaWs testimony that he m : =- r .--J

: Lonesome Pine es. Local Lions Attend
R crossed the center. yellow line
Each week a select group of radio disc

!T Pf TECHNICOLOR- .. .., (Continued from Page 1) District Meeting three timej'la _a"t&ort space resulted jockeys and record officials will pick

: With Fred MacMurray, Sylvia I in'he than's'copvIon) on
Diversified Cooperative Training. the reckless the Columbia Hit Record of the Week.It .
.. Starke Lions : driving, count.Tie
aad from the -
Sidney' Henry Fonda Starke (DCT) program will be new features A group Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F, will. be the best-selling, Columbia
of Deputy Dt* Negro said he had
= Color>> Cartoon of the high, school activities Club, composed Smith, 'Jr. of DeFtmiak Spring record for that week, or the record

The industrial arts course will be; triet Governor Harry C.: ElrodJr. announce the birth of a daugh; brought some people to Reno "climbing fastest in popularity.

I: 'ri.sit.Sept.. 6,7 Nursery School I under the .direction of Jeff Hop ., Presdent Bill Studstffl, Secretary ter, ,Lucile, on .Aug. 26. 'Mrs from) Jacksonville He did not

,.. i kins, teacher and will Include C.W. 'Colson.,and Director know at the time where he .
a new Smith ,is the former Ida Lou was, Togetthis .hit record just ;cut the cou
-- DOUBLE FEATURE studies in mechanical draw Bob Paterson attend t the first I Davis of Starke. the. names of the people pr how pons from two packages of HI-FI notebook

:, This Could Be TUESDAY, SEPT. 3 ing, woodworking and 'mathematics quarterly. District Governor', Bradford County. Hospital announces I to get back 'to Jacksonville, fat paper and mall them, together
as pertains to industrial arts. cabinet in the Civic Auditorium said.
: The The DCT conductedwit the following births: with 50 cents, to: HI-FI, Box 4966,
: Night PRE-SCHOOL CARE program Palaka,' Wednesday evening, A g Mr. and ,Mrs. Carl Brown, of

H With Jean Simmons and Paul the cooperation of Starke 21. -. Brooker. &:son, Paul Dale Aug. Holiday Closing Jacksonville. Fla.

:: Douglas OF ALL AGES practical businesses, onthejobtraining win offer students in i .Plana' .furthering; 'the cause 22.. : You Get More Paper For Less Money

of Lionism in'the state .duringthcom1ng'yearwereouthnedtoth and Mrs Homer Padgett: City and and '
<* Mrr county offices :
1 connection with work When You This Size
... classroom > Buy Large EconomyPack
.... ,AndBLACK Visit Us and See What We This will be supervised of MsJsvUle,, a son,. Homer Lee, most gtarke ,business houses wilt ,
program
t WHIP Have To Offer by Bin Costello. approximately: 175 Linnsin at. Aug., -23. remain ,loeed- for the final holiday of.Note Book Paper

Busses DiscontinuedAs tendance. M '. and Mrs. Charles, Randolph of the summer, Monday,
r.** With Hugh Marlowe and CtJeen The next meeting,of.'the Starke Sept. ,2, Labor. Also closed
.,. Mftry&WillowMathis the result of School Board Taylor of.BaIdwin.: a son, Day. 100 SHEETS FOR. 39cBRADFORDCOUMYTELEGRAPH
ji Gray action school buses will not travel Lions Club! will be held sept, 5, Charles Randolph. ,Taylor. Jr.,. will be the two local banks and

1.. Plus Serial Chapter& 'Na 4 amd to jKingsley Lake or a bus come when it resumes regular weekly AUg.24' ,. ,_ the post offi School students;

.4"... Color Cartoon. out of Keystone Heights as has meeting,,which: begin,at "730;; p.m Mr. and Mrs.: ,Leon Sauist" i wffl be able lo enjoy the holiday;
-. I' 617 West Call St. beendoneinthepast.'S each Thursday at the Lions Den I Hampton,, a daughter, Babe : alsoas ihe term does not officially

on .Water. street. ....__" ,"._.1-- Elaine. Aug.- -2 ,. I I 'open' until Sept '3:
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FRIDAYAtJGTJST-!&.'. -1951 ., ,',ftA.DtoRDcmrliti'uAiti.it. _. : 'AngntI .1
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:- and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwinwire iri'if t{ it c1ri&M h ire alive and If any.of. the aboVe'camed octe each HeS for foit6sec'utlvecek 'I TUtcd' tiiia 2Sth Jif of Aut,., I

oJ iamily spent the past two* weeks vacationing' in Sarasdlifast turned home after a tfionlh's ; persona lieirts,be deff'ee dead. th't'g&t""n hUcufindwrt >> egraph.w in the- L'ridford. County Tet- (.r iIC.\L SEAL) I i

vacationing in Washington, D.C. week., visit 'witfi Mrt. Julia. flow iriNorfolk I gran torr, leinors. creditors o\ alh r'l; r'ited this 27 day of August, fh7':-li! A. PurbyT;
., Niagara Falfs and Flint lertons claiming inv interest in Clc.k >.f u.e Om._ "m.t.:
j
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moncrfef Va. Mrs. Blowvand son ; the1, hereinafter ,described property, "1857.ri'lCIAL SEAL) By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Cleik.

Mich. spent the weekend in .Charleston :Burton', returned, with Mrs. t>r* through. under or against jadi Cnarle A. Daisy 8/30 4 I 9/20 .
James R Weld n. Gunners hntchin on": last week arid such 'deceased and Erastus G. Hilt Clerk. the Clrrnlt Court -- 'j
S. C. with their son-in-law remamed By"Marian L. OTICK' TO tnrniTons
a. tr trifttee. and Mar-Steams. Lawns Crosby! Depu'y Clerk
Mate 3-c, has been' Honorably and daughter, Mr. and lira. R. .. i for a4 weeks 'visit.Mr : lohr, and,. Gustav Li '...asuccessor -i. 8/3Ct U- "/:0 Plurlda !>ml..trla > .
1 IN THE NEWS discharged from the U. S. Navy And Mrs. Guy'Andrews and trustee's tot the' benefit Tar tenet Of The Cvunty Judge. ,
W. Underill. .>f the creditors of Thomas J. Pur- Bradford Cnamtf FforUa. ,'
.
r at Norfolk, Va. He is the son ,of Our Store will be closed Saturday s o1 Tommy, 'weri ifihg rin. and their successors, in trufrt !. Circuit NOTICE Court TO, APM-AR < I. Prubatr.

''-_,-_ --'-'----'--------rI --- ..-.-.-.----_l.'_'_'_---.------; Mrs. S. A. Weldon of StarKe. 4uii4t'iIJiioug Mon friends 'and' relatives In Gatlin- for the, 'benefit of t'redltors'of' htridat I.: Cfc.mp Bradford,ry, Coaaty. Deceased.In re- Rotate of Philip MaxtineaU,
r Mr. and Mrs. A. ,Z. Adkiris Jr. burg --'Tennr: arid the said Thomas. Burrln., and. all John II. Page Plaintiff, 'vs. Marie ..
8ay September 2nd. ; WytfaevM, V \ persons'claiming aay Interest in To. All Creditor and Pfr n. llar
Mr, and Mrs. Bill l Clark and Mrs. D. J. Clark of Tampa, and Page, Defendant Case No. 12-556 log Claim
and : Urataad AxaiaVtsaid
family Mve'returned to ; SwainsBoro Ga.. last 'week.Jackie' the property Hereinafter described or ;
SIshtiDkVkd laid Seed Co., ; ;l" 'rr, Sw ppCCr _
family' of Ocala spent the week- her grandchildren, Chuck and"Suzanne their home in ", by through under or against them To ilarie. KxtateiYou '
Gainesville after : Page'hooot' residenceand
I end with Mrs. Henrietta Hunt. Beckner of Fort Lauderdale Mrs; Morris Williams and : Colley; 'MlIspend the or either ot:tbeih in of to the following address 'is: Unknown. and each of you are hereby
spending several weeks at the weekend in with lands situate .in Bradford notified and required to present
Chipley Sandra
daughter Elaine of Folkston, You are hereby notified that suit
Dr. VV. H. Mitchell and son, the week withMrs. a any claims and demands which you,
County
spent past Adkins home on KmgsJey Lake Sea '. Florida! ,to-wtj: '_ f er. divorce
Frank Lakeland Ga. spent Thursday to Saturday i Lots sixty-one UJ)' and sixty-two or either of you, may have against
of
were visiting Henrielta Hunt. has been filed against yon in tht
Mr. ,and Mrs. Leroy. Roan' of last: wUk.'Wlth her' parents ..Ml' D x. andIra., M, & Stith and (1 27 of .\\oodla according to abeve named Court and cause and the estate of Philip Marnneau, deceased ,.
!
Mrs. J. M. Mitchell at late of said County,
: Kmgsley Lester Crews was visiting his Jacksonville the plat thereof recorded in the I recurred to the
are now daughter yon are to serve a of
visiting
and Mrs.. Jesse "Newsome. The Sandra,. returned to Public Records copy County Judge of Bradford C6uny,
Bradford County. -
Lake last week. Dr. Mitchell, father, Thomas Crews, in Tampa your answer or pleading to the
Mrs. A. Z.. Adkins at the lake: rJewsbmeA also had as guest'.Mrs. their home In"Falls 'Church l Va.: Floridlin Plat Book 1, Page complaint. on the Plaintiffs Attorney Florida at his office in the court
Frank, ,Mrs. Mitchell and Mrs. on' Sunday. Mrs. T.- F. 17. ,fcaid lands being situate In house of said County at Starke.
Hutto E. K.
and family I last Ferryman: Starke. Florida
Friday afte"r a vIsit
month's ,
Florida
" Lester Crews and daughter, Carolyn Mrs A. F. Sauls, Miss Barbara of Sarah itosel ly Of P latka. Section" 13. 'Township South and file the arigmai in InC ottic.of within eight' calendar
1 Jacksonville are spending this ''Mr. and 'Mrs. H. H. Rabb, Jr. with: Mrs. &.L :"Brownlee l here 'Kange22 East' \ ,the Clerk of the Circuit Court 01 months from the time of the first
: spent last Friday in Mad Spencer, Miss Reba Starnes week with GREETINGS; You are Hereby publication of this notice. Each
lofrs..L. S. Huttcr and and t 'the''Bi th or before the 30th day 'of Sept.,
the weekend : "cottage" claim or demand shall be in
ison. and David Bristow spent Saturday and family spent : notified that a suit in equity has J 957;- otherwise the allegations '01 wrft-
family. with Mr,and Mrs.. E. :E. Ake at JLugtufofe 'Beach.. been brought against youand each aid Complaint will ,be taken, aronftssed > log and tha.ll state the place of res
b at Silver Springs.Mr. Ic>i Lou Plummer returned to ''Mr. 'and' Mrs. 'Jb Arnold t and of .you, and also against Etadford by )'011.' idence and post office address of
.
Cksbnville Beach. the claimant. and shall be
County a political subdivision of swornto
and Mrs. Ed Carswell have her home in "his notice shall be publisher
Atlanta Wednesdayafter ,Mr.; and Mrs.' A. E McKinneyd} da'ugnilr, Jacltie, returned 1 Sun- the State: of Florida. as defendants once each week for four consecutlveeks by the claimant his agent, t>r
returned to their home here, a month's visit with her Jay from a week'V:'Wation 'inNew by Wray J, Finn., and .his wife; In the Bradford County Telegraph attorney and any such claim or
and son, Everett, were vacationing demand not t-o filed shall be
\old.
Avery Inn, after spending a L uncle Norma B. Finn as plaintiffs. In The .. .
FLORIDA and aunt,. Mr. and Mra.. M. last week at Asheville. N., '.C. York City and Washington. above entitled Court and cause:: Dated this '26 day of Aug. 1957. Margaret "'art 11eau. a? executor -
month at
Panama City Beach I F. Hazen. 0. C. I" t the relief. sought In said suit tOfftclal Seal) Charts. Darby of the Last Will and TtI-ta-
and Pensacola. Jimmy Cottrell the They brought back with them, Mr. 's to remove elouds from andy, quiet I '. Clerk of th*'Circuit Coup ment of' Philip Martln au. de
of
U. of F tka'. and Mrs. Robert Beers of! and the By llarlaa L. Cleri ceased.
Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. G. Mlllican of Pal .. confirm! plaintiffs' title to ; Crosby. Deputy
Elmer Johns entertained was visiting'his uncle and aunt; Tuesday'"with Newport R.: I. a'fe >:isiting' his the above des|!bed lands as an indefeasible 8/38 4t 9/20 First publication August 30, 1957.'
at a family dinner Mr. and : who spent Monday and fee simple title thereto 8/JO 4t 91t
Mrs. W. B. Sewell.on -- br th "
r-ln-Ia.w And
I the : sister Mr. against the claims 'of you andeach ,, '
McKinneySkMrs -- -- --
Thursday evening in honor of r -
THEATRE Sunday. and Mrs" of
Joe rnold you; and you are hereby XOTIf'F OP ITITEVHOV
? Mae Jones 'and -
the birthday anniversary of Mrs I Mr. and Mrs_R. A. Barkley and! grandson Mrs.. L. 'B. Alvarei underwent summonedordered and required, to TO. IIRGlSTm FICTITIOI'S XAMF.Kotice
Mike, of Jacksonville were visiting : file your: written" answer or defenses
J. T. Quigley. This was alsa the is hereby given ,that the
family of Jacksonville '
wer Dr. an4'MW.: E. Middle"- surgery in the 'firadfdrd County to the Complaint .inaid I undersigned under the provision*'
first house warming- in the recently overnight: i .guests last Friday p f Hospital on ,Tuesday 'of last cause in theoffice of the Hinderisigned of Chapter 20.953::, Laws of Florida
SAT., AUG. 31 ONLY completed new home of: Mr. and Mrs.. Inman Green. ton on Tuesday. We ek. .Clerk Of satd Court at Acts of 1941 will register with the
Stark.
Mr. and :M"rt. Neal Lyon are Bradford Count, Florida. Clerk of the Circuit Court., In' and
and
BIG Mr. Mrs. Johns. Other Mr. and ; oil; 'before-the 30th- of-
DOUBLE FEATURE guests Mrs Wijlard Pass and day SerI \'r for Brad&ird County Florida, upon
on this occasion'were Mr. Quig Spending' the wtekend in Savannah I ttmber' Ui1. and to r serve a copy re'elptf proof of publication of
family ot Tallahassee, came_ onThursday Ga-where Mr Lyon will attend !* ,*??f f tf tytTTTi the reof on' Theron A. Yawn Jr., this notice the fictitious name 01
ley, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Noe- plaintiffs")
to spend'the long holi f attorney, whose add rei'S Temple Motel under which we. are
gel l and son, Stevie. and Larry day weekend with Mr. and l the sales meeting of the is:: Starke Florid,' on or before engaged in business at N. Temple .
Mrs
L PIE said hdati. as"required by the laws .
LEVEL :! .
Fix-
Johna Mackllriburg-duncari i Co. Ave Starke
I ii L. D. of10 : KISSING I'f
Green and Mr. and ,Mrs I. rfd a. and the 1951 Floridarules James &I. O' ullh'an and Lillian ANYTBlNfi
Our Store will lie closed Saturday Inman Green. -- fare.: 'G, J.; McGriff Jr.I la I: .. of. civil procedure. If you : O'Sullivan owners, c/6 Temple Mo.

.August 31st through Monday Mr. and Mrs Joe Welch and' 'spending- few .days' with her: .by ftlrf., i II.f. il.T itdl"1 fail( s.-so to will do b6 bOO entered a Decree agdmst Pro Con-you' tel.Dated;Starke.: this Fla.30th, day, of August, FOR HOME KOmS?

parents, Mr. and MrS. D. A..Montrie"th for, the relief demanded :
I September 2nd. in the
son. A. 1957 Bradford
Dewey, and John &i : D. a( Starke.
Cooper AAA14&AAAA4AAAAAAAAAAl -
I S Sistrunk Peed and Seed Co., Mobile:; _Ala. are spending .this o'! in. Fort Lauderdale'. --.J complaint.IT IS HEREBY ORDtSSEtl thatthis County. Florida. 8/30: 4t. 9/20 S..uiErstferCamrau, ,
1
Minsie McColskey of Lake week at the Gieencottag ", Mrs. Leatoh Morgan 'anddaughter .We hid a good attendance ,at order and notice iliail be pub projectors scrons.lenses .

Ii -.. .., at Sandra, and 'Mrs. M.: church last, Sunday. Re A. tinned 'once 'each week for four ItOTIC'K TO. ArritnIn fillers tilters,
City was the guest of Penny Kingsley Lake and also visiting- : vJ; J consecutive1 weeks in, the 'Bradfuid: Circuit ('..ar.. Bradford ('oIlBh.

i Hollingsworth last week. their sister Mrs' .' W: D.: t: Lawson and c1ugnterSally Atkinson. of Jacksonville brought County Telegraph. .a new.Miaper.: Florida In I:banner). .ditorl* rs.ls.1
: Faxonand" the published In Bradford nor Irene De nagglo. Plaintiff. >-s. '
County1
:' Mrs. V visited Mrs. 'Reid Shytle and message in the absence of the projection lompa* carry
Frank Defendant.
rge Flynn. Ida: and havIngageneral circulation Demaggio
Mr. and Mn Arthur family. fn Orlahdo on Tuesday.MK pastor, Rev.: 'W. E. Hall who'was in said County.. Case No.. 12-355' lngccaies..CfUnTother ]
McGwire I i called to Mt.2ion Baptist WITNESS hand a's Clerk ..ofthe Notice To Appear
and Mrs: Elmer E. Lewis!! ; Church my movia ,Kta yoii'
of
Jacksonville ,
and Mr. nti'l.lrs. t'Vebster raid' Circuit Court of trad fordCoiintjv /Tor Frank Demaggio whose residence -
Frank Wahlberg and and' family were visiting Mr and18Mrs. ,_...to conduct.." .. the. servffces Florjda. and the seal of and address Is: Unknown. might need._

Carol of daughter,, B.' F. Grimes iif Ocala on .both? morning and evening, :[satd Court at Stark ; BradfordCOdnty Yon are hereby notified that a "W spsckzlL&Moths. .in Horn*:
Orlando'were' Saturd due Florida1 On the 22nd day suit for Divorce .
ITS ft FACT y jto the illness of their pastor-1 : : .
: -. visitors of Mr.! and Mrs. Barney Sunday.DaVe. of August, A.D. 1957. has been filed against you in the .
McRae. Wescott of Tampa and Miss ti.Teston! of ;Starke and (Circuit Court Seal)' above named Court and cause and
EL Charles A. Darby,. '. you are required to serve a copy of I
: Jbhnny"Taylor of"
; Mrs. J. C. FORK and, children Wide Hermarf 6f Asfcevill, K. C. Virginia were Clerk of the Circuit Court. of your answer or pleading 'to the ,("", ""
7 returned were Sunday and Monday guests'of 'united in marriage at the home Bradford County. Florida. complaint. on .the Plaintiff's ,..,. ':
Saturday from twd of rtev. and Mrs.'ft. E. Half'Satfcrdaij Theron"A.i Yawn; JV., :-Attorney: for Attorney E. K.. Perryman, Starke, ". &
.
I T months visit with her Sen. and' ,Mrs Charley Johns. aflen '* -- Plaintiffs. P. O., Drawer 791, Florida

Ii :) 1t tStl Q Mr. and Mra. Lee Fitch in parents Rush; Mr. and. Mrs.- John. ..L. .Griffid; Eiirl!: '"attezj? ii. Ther Starke, Florida. 8/30 4t '/20 and of the files Clerk the original of the Circuit in the off CouiOff Ic I '

F i City; Minn. 'had, as weekend guests of ssa and -..:..- or before the' -

; Mrs. Alice Mrs. H. L, Schumpert of ColumI I- Mtf: Feriaer'if tin6le, Leonard Mat 1- NUTIC3 TO APPEAR 30th day of September 1957; SHOP
) I Anderson and Mr. ters, and a cousin: Ralph! 'Oliver U fClreclt C Bradford a..tr... otherwise the allegations of !ai jUDIOAjjG1.Tiin
-- and Mrs. : bia, S C. They all visited Silver '
Lyle Anderson and : -.rl.. l. C..tet,. Complaint will be taken as confessed
\ POllERof64e1' DOES NOT IIf-S-iL ;I family of Norfolk ,' Springs and ,Rainbow' Springs.- of St. Augtistizewe're visiting Raymond F. Gunn, 'Ptal tlff. vs.Olive ,by you. -
CONTAINLEAD THIS IS THEFOURTH Va. are spend f the A. J.'Fenders: .1 list 'Fnd E. Gunn,. Defendant.. This notice shall be publisbeonce
ing this Susan and Reggie Whit h ad Y -
W week at ,the fowling ni ght. Case No., 12-360 each week for four consecutive
TOOAVYou cottage on' Kingsley 'Lak of Winter Haven spent the first Jtotlee To Appear weeks in' the Bradford County
.
i k"\\1th' We are, sorry to the To: Olive E. Gunn. ,whose residence i- Telegraph.
'we report illness
:
\ Mrs. Carl Lamar of the Steve and address' is :3131. Ravensworth .
Johns : ,
1 and ,
<_. and of Mrs; H. H. 'IAwizah'd -- --- -
FOREST sons visited Kathy Whitehead.. Steve Place Alexandria, Virginia.You .- _
7/':; ,- -. the Zoo and Mr. and _. .
""< wish her --- -
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1 WUiUC: PCTUKSMTURAMA _. ;. '4 ,, Mrs. J. M. High in Jacksonvilli] Kathy .returned, .to: Winter. Haven- a speedy jrecovery'. suit are for Reduction hereby notified of Alimony tnat a -

RAM TRUCOLOI ';*- on with Susan and Wednesday Mr. and'Mrs., H.. P. Fouts and bai been filed tn the
'-- Sunday. Reggie on against you
I. .-.... ....... granddaughter, Elizabeth above named Court and cause and You Use Extra Money?
Mrs. Ann of
S-- Carrie Woods, a"nd Porter I- for the remainder( r of the you arC inquired to serve a copy of
ROD CAMERON! RALSTON I and Mary Jane Harrison week. Lakelahd spent Sunday night your answer or pleading to the, petition
can only get out of your 0.) with Mr. and Mrs: H.' H. ;on the Plaintiff's Attorney
Lewis
RAY_COLLINS HIUARY BROOKE Savannah! Ga were Thursday I to )Mrs.. B..:T. Thomas, Mrs. Lavern T.Frank Landrum P. 0.' Ior 546,
.. BM epcHwuui CARL Boron KB oar what you put in. See usto Sunday visitors of Mr. and Outlaw, Mrs. Jack Jt zen and after a visit with relatives 'and Starke, Florida IN SEPTEMBERWE

-IIUA BIOMIB have jour car satisfactorily Ewell Lawson.Mr. Mrs '!Mrs. D.: L Thomas' and families friends in 'North. Carolina. and file the original in the office of

f lIen'lced for top performance. and Mrs. Guy Sale 'are spending' -this week in "theScrub : Mrs. Pete' Dorman and son ,of or the before Clerk of the the Circuit Court- on "WILL BUY ALL OF THE MATURE

AND daughter, Linda will be in and their husbands' will. t j join i Detroit, M'fc: .: w ie recent guests 30 day of' September. 1937;
otherwise the
An Ostrich does Hot its I TallaI I' -' ol Mr:. and in : ''W. allegations said
bury C. Conner.
hassee .
t over the them this weekend. petition will be taken as confessed

> 1 1i head in the band. Au ostrich of Mr. and'weekend Mrs. Alton anffuesfa Mr/ and' Mrs Welby Griffith 'The 'H. 'M": Mcrtaes' spent iast I by"-,This.,you.attic hall .SLASH PINE CONES '
be published .
sometimes thrusts its head in Revel. of }'lanchester. Ga; were" week week in Jacksonville with'Mr. IndMrs. one* eacbr w.ek for four consecutive ,

i .. the sand, not for the purpose Mrs. J.. B. Sapp and Mrs. W ',end'guests,, of 'Mr. and Mrs.. A.. F. Hall' and Mrs7 o.'w. t weeks rgp)(. la the' Bradford a.j County Tele.

lf f. BETTE ?' w' of hiding, but because it is B. Mundy attended the' funeral Clyde.. 'Sinclair. McRae and hildi' 'ri. They also Dated this 28 day of August\ .YOU, CAN. GATHER. AND PAY YOU CASH MONEY

\fr. Vi Sited a niece, Mrs. F. L. C 1957. _. __ -
: of James S. and Mrs. Ray Taylor} and FOR THEMe
DAVIS. ... '\ i I seeking for water which it Hyers in Brunswick,, : non, 'who was ill (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby .
In
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t, ,,,., t Ga. on Tuesday afternoon. family of sftafke and Mr.! and St. Luke'sHospital .Clerk Jot the Circuit Court

} frequently finds beneath the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mrs. Lewis Limb of'Tho'masvflle,' and on Friday attended D,, IfarUa. I* Crosby-- Deputy Clerk
sand.NLVNKIi. Leonhardof a birthday celebration for brothet 8/30 U 9/20
Keystone Heights and Ga.. were" vacationing al 'Miami' a -
Mrs
t W. T. Jackson of Starke Beacfi' last week'. '- :- -.I3w.: ', Gene Petcher at his JTOTICB TO .ArniAB! .
OF 5 GAL. GAS spent
the Fteve t home Jacksonville. : !,s Clrevit Cmmrt Bradford Comity, '
Mrs.
I weekend in St. Weldon and daughter
CARLTOX CIIASTAIX Petersburg Florida lm Cfcameery. INQUIRE OF ONE OF THE FOLLOWING PEOPLEOR
A. J. .
;. ,, with Mr. and Mr* Warner Martha, were i in" 'Tat' rest Fender and Ion visited his William Ernest Kneeland Plaintiff, .' PLACES FOR DETAILS :

'COIW.1"1 ..,._ Hoopes. Mr. and Mrs. Frank t last week visiting' Mr. and Mrs.: grandfather; M. K. Kirkland. in v.. Catherine .Florence Kneeland
J$ Defendant Case No. 12-353
Lakeland- .
TlLLEY'fSINCLAIR Weaver and son, Buddy, of wi- W.. w! Shaffer.Mra A ,recently. 1.de. T. App.rs

,1, Plus "Swing Monkey Swing l f tston stayed with!. the, Jackson V. R. Ferguson entered 1 Lewis Bedside last visitors Sunday of afternoon Mrs. H. H. l whose To:, Catherine residence Florence and address Kneeland Is: 7 Carson Griffis Highland, Fla.Strickland's ;

Cartoon and Bill" STATION children. Riverside Hospital on Wednesday : were Worcester Square, Boston, Massa
"Congo M r. and Mrs. L. L. Conner Mr. I chusetts.
Mr. and Mrs. for surgery" '
ChapTer 13. Proctor Snow 'of and. .Mrs. Jeff Lewis, Mr; Paul You are hereby notified that a ... Lake
Store
Kingsley
Dublin, Ga. were guests of Mr 1: Mrs! Edward Wilt of Lbiig F ".1kner. Mrs. '. > suit for Divorce"has
: J. Robert Lewis, and been filed, against you Inthe
{ and Mrs. L. D. Vining from Saturday Valley, N was visiting Mrs.Ruby -
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Fanall;, of above named Court and cause and
t Sun., Mon. Sept. 1, 2 to Thursday. Johns on Tuesday.; I. Starke, 'itff.; and Mrs: WoodrowThomas' you are. required,to-( serve a.;copy>of Starke, Fla.

-- .. -. -k Mrs. O. W. White ,' Sr. and Tour answer or pleading to the -
and
Mt'and! MrS. Bishop I Complaint on the Plaintiff's _
JACK Mrs': White Jr. were visiting i I '
Thomas Brook T.
Frank
of r. Attorney Landrum P.
,
.rri Charlei Fields. and familyin -' .. O.' Box 546. Starke. Florida Jim Chastcen Brownlee & Chastcen

WEBB Vote for Randal} for Council i 'Jacksonville And file the original iii tne office of .
Chilly City I on Monday. SLNG1KG oivErthoiro hi Clerk of ,thl Circuit Court nn -

T/SGT.JIM MOORE. Mr. aM Mrs. ''J. H. DUPre and' .- r before the ZO-day of September Starke Fla.
., 1 1957 otherwise the allegations oi ,
t U.S.Marines.i d ghter; Nancy spent the past .The. i2rd-pnion .Singing ;
.... __, ,....- aid CoD ptlnt will be taken lianfeased .
p .J. ro. --
JC-JH fwd '
uiai mi two
.V.AIMl. Kjf tt in -
I aRCS weeks in the North Carolinamountains. Convention. will meet Sunday at : by yott. .
igd aid"eel". I1tI tB[ $ i im w in M, r This notice shall be published -
t I I ... ...
1 h the Oak Grcve Baptist Church on "' .: r.' .. II .,T., '. ..-_ --

Plus "Crossroads of World' -4 Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Rosier and the Middl
bnrg Ro4d, There will
'
Cartoon. famHy and Mr., and Mrs. DonaldMcRae bg, .S4 Jr e, F. -
.: 1 a sermon,. dinner c-ri 'the --

;. and family visited the grotmds and singingfin the' after .

Jacksonville Zoo on:, Sunday. :noon I i Everyone urged to* lt- ELECT
It Tues., Wed. _1 Sept. 3, 4 r I L\nda. and :Tatty -Rosier spent tend. .

DOUBLE FEATURE Tuesday to Friday wilh their

t grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. .
n's the/ one endELECTRIC1' : B. Andrews in Lake Butler.Mrs1. .. I... ThC Ctrtuir! Court.. Of 'The -
SCHOOL L Eiffkik Jdlf'4at .
Clrrolt {
Alice' J nkin3 confinedto .Florida
is
la Au4 Fr Bradfr4 ii R. Waln.wright
.. .. Caatr.' In
on'r, the Riverside Hospital where Chanecrr.:
.tl Cae No 12358
.. s underwent. surgery" on Tues( Ora Catherine Tapley, Plaintiff, vs. ,
AHEAD d ay. i Phillip R. Tapr y.-Defe ufalit. ,

,Miss, .. Anna ._Ruth. Crosby of ORDER, OF PIBL.ICATIOX: AND
OTICK
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'tOflYD .
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__ ) _Ti' Tint for a SmJA-Cowa Jacksonville! is spending thif I n Ta> .tame' ".( the .Stale.*f >FlorU4at -
*' i.
week with*her parents Mr.'and YOUR MAYOR
,
r A Catmtl PtwtuctwiAn Tit Phillip R. TaJley.Un We t-
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iMfltCAN.ftTtfcMTtONU hcturi PORTABLE II and Mrs. Floyd Crosby, minister PIa ; st Louis, irissoufi: .
t Our St.re'iifb -'e You are hereby notified that a puit
)lofted Saturday .
.
t i i in equity fbr diVorce bar been filed ,

AND ,. Augus t Slt.tlhrough s1 on-. againstyou' ey<"tOra Catherine Tap-
day Septonber ,2nd.istnmk ley I !n .the Ifiov*' named Court and
tiusif; aftdvaA' -- .e
*re
.. hereby sun\-
-- leed'and Seed Co.. '
; moned. ordered and required _to
W., D. ffi1s pi 'Jpalatka,-; 01-' mi' your \frltt n-*knser I)f de- .
: : fenses
to -Complaint In saM
mer Starke resident' suffered' a cause, in tile: off feeof {he under-: HE IS UMIED EXPERIENCED AND
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J heart attack Thursday aof Jaste i&ned Clerk of the Circuit Court :
,
at Starke
: ; Bradford
Counjy, Florida
week and \ ,confined i ,t: Baplist on or before the 27th day of .Sep .
Memorial, Hospital in, JacksbnvUle. tember.- A.D1: >57; and to serve 'aopr -
.
e'J; '.. ." _. T f' ', Jr:, plaintiffs thereof on attorney Theron-, whose-A. _fawn ad.ilress .', .HAS TilE i TIME TO. DEVOTE TO

Ann and ,R4cky{ .7wtcJl: vid of lot p 0. Drawer 79 f. StarKe,

Mol Hi haW tf!*.tvaM s Scmajbi(to* I '-'.,. I Gauiesville i are" Ung'thiS Florida onor: 'before satd 1 '
biMk llll M"hMi.AI..u..l MnrtMl rcoti I -- & required by1 the laws of Florida and THIS IMPORTANT OFFICE.
week. with their 'grandmotSer. the fores'of procedure; "If you .-fail
.Plus "Spooky Swaba" C':1r- Mrs. Dj.aU .* I. t. do so, a .de4rf'epro' conf esso. will -
: pita : be 'entered agatn'styoU{ for the',relief .
'
loon.
Mr., and !tns. .R. Q.. DansSy demi'nded In the Complaint; .

I and 'son,. 'Mick-:i jnsited Mrtfand i' onCe Thi8 each''netic week ihall for four be published
consecu- HE IN CLEAN FAIR
Thurs., Fri. Sept. 5. 6 Mrs. R': J. Andrews "in 3Vek ni. nvi weets l in IBe CrUdford Cottnly INTERESTED
1.- ,
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TelcgrapluWitness. _
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nett and ,Mr. arid; irs.,Bill Da ns. 'U ,

With a Smith Corona Electric p ortftle) you by in Jaclcspnvule on J3unday., *Sfd" Cbuft my.,it hand StafKe and,,'the' Bradford eat of

will get more work aone better 'quicker.. Milton JJill of "Jacksonville County'ugu t. .A.FlArida fl. thT._, this:' S7tb- ,dyof .AfijJ? IMPARTIAL CITY GOVERNMENTs

Special terms to fit your Back,to.School I_Buii- r spent, ,the weekend with nls parents tSeal of' aCircnit: Court) .
Charles, rA.' Party, ._ .
.Mr and. j
JJrs. P. Dill.
get are available now Call us today for a free "Clerk of said Circuit Court. .

LRoaERTTAYLOW,7Jt home demonstration.ELECTRIC ., Mrs.: Mao Evans and daughters fey Marian L.Cr sy. 'bep ,ty-JClerl

of Fort Lauderdale aH $13.9 ft./. -

I txomyMALONE4 spending this week with :Mrs..lla'Ta -
CltealtC'ftrt"e Ere.t l '
PORTABLE 215.63 I Lola GarbetL I Judicial Cimlt ml FUrMa Ia. sad i j YOIV9TE ONSEPTEMBER w
I f.r. Ursdf.rd C..tTla'CIt..eftT.1 i
It Mr. and Mrs. Charles, Myersand | 1 -C. e"Jfof 1.34' _

t- Other Portables 81.47! ,daughters Wray.J. Finn and .hiswife..NorniaE. WILL APPRECIATED
from of Jacksonvill! Finn, Plaintiffs, TS. C. H. .Chure-I I BE GREATLY

were visiting ilr. and. Mra. Junit jjlftlll. *t. 1>U" I frtd* ttiC -4, "'.IOROEL -. i ,1 < 1"-* ftListen .

Terms .. If Desired Smith -on Sunday.JkBsses i -.j, OF PrHLICATIOCAD, .
'4 6TlCE. DEFEXD i vI ) 1 :
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-- >Iary .Brownlee- ait4 *.The Kane.Tth State ml v Flrtda. to Rac io Station WRGR Monday 7:30 P.M.
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Joyce' Humphrey of Washington' 1r-Florida Lajid 2nd 'imadgta.tJbri -1 ;

Plus Birds ..Aon3'flIosCartoon. *' COUNTY ) D.:Cv: .wWhiv been vac&t :' Qirtjrtlfcy/fc-corpetatiOtt, Them- '!
BRADFORD TELEGRAP '- aiDis9n..EILzbeth pjion. Thomat .
;*.4t ing In Jamaica, spent.last reel i ,. 'Wrrln.Jtttetfpl.g! ,;*Burtft. LIU' J, / j-: S .(Pd. ,P.ol. ,Adv.) -
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P.E SIX BRADFORD COUNTY ILEUAL'UI.STARKEI: FLORIDA FRIDAY. AUGUST 30, 1SS7

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said Easterly boundary, a diStance I I fee simple title thereto against

pet grass and planting Pensacola WyyvyyyyyyyyyyVVTTVVYTYVVT'YYVVYVYVTVTVVVTYTTTTT of 31 feet to an iron I I the claims of you and each of you;
t How Sales Taxes Affect You Bahia.
New Home DemonstrationNotes stake; run thence in an East- and you are summoned. orderedand
A farm plan was prepared for erly direction at right anglesto required to file your written
aforesaid
Easterly boundarya
Floridians, this month have I the premises. Big Boy Prevatt. Big Boy is also I distance of $69.45 feet to an answer plaint In or said defenses cause in to the the officeof om-

found themselves shelling out Previously these beverageswere 'using Pensacola Bahia but he I iron stake'on the Westerly the undersigned Clerk of said
boundary of the right of
additional pennies and dollars as not subject to a state sales does have a fine, field of .Argentine \ by'DOROTHY' of the Seaboard Air Line Rail-way Court before at the SUrXe 9ih day Florida of September on or,

the result of the sales tax law tax paid directly by the con- sons MI rooms Bahia.,Prevatt. used the District's = I' ROSS road; run thence in a Southerly A.D. 1957 and to serve a copy
direction said
along Westerly
passed by the recent Legislaturewhich sumer of the beverages. chopper on some of his = {o ,Home Demonstration AgentThe boundary, a distance of 371.58 thereof attorney on Hollis whose V. Knight address plaintiffs is-
woods pastures. Marklee Starling / feet to an iron staKe on afore-
before said
went into effect July 1. Heavy MachineryThe Starke. Florida, on or

An outline of these changes, 1949 sales law provideda Soil Conservation also used the chopper to cut Home Demonstration girls in ,{their community,' she NW said% of Southerly SE!%: run boundary thence In of a date Florida as and required the 1954 by Florida the Laws Rulesof of

based on description prepared by ceiling of $100 on the amountof N-E-W-S up pea vines before turning County Council met Aug. 6"at said. Volunteers were asked to Westerly direction along said Civil Procedure. It you fail to

sales tax on items suchas them under. Harold Norman used Brooker ,Community Center contact her or the Home Demonstration Southerly boundary a distanceof sc do, a decree pro confesso will
Comptroller Ray E. Green is as paid the' 906.84 feet to point of be. be entered against you for the relief -
follows: heavy machinery. By Bin Haas the chopper on some new groundhe with the president Mrs L. E. Agent, Miss Dor- ginning: demanded in the complaint.

Soil Conservation ServiceComplete took in. the busi- othy Ross., and to Raymond H. Rollins as It is hereby ordered that this
Ten-Cent-Itemn Under the new law, the ceilinghas Dugger, presiding over _
administrator of the estate of order and notice shall be pub-
When i the sales tax was first been raised to $1,000 and The Board of Supervisors for ness session.Mrs. T. W. Markey, After the covered ,dish luncheon Andrew M. Rollins, deceased; lished once a week for four consecutive -
soil and water Con the was given consisting GREETINGS- : You are hereby notified week's in the Bradford
under the 3 cent of' the Brooker Club, program ,
brings '
per the Bradford Soil Conservation president
enacted Into law in 1949, it provided servation farm plans were pre- that a cult in equity has County Telegraph, a newspaper
that the tax would start at sales tax. rate purchases up to District held their: regular ,meet- gave the welcome. of 4-H girls telling about been brought against you and each published in Bradford County,
pared for U. S. Rhoden and Mar- the eventa Patricia Pell- of you and also against Bradford Florida and having a general circulation -
33333. 'Mrs E. L. Cox was appointed sumer ,
9 cent., with a tax of 1 cent on tin A. Paulson. Their farms are ing at Lloyd Green's home. ; County a political subdivision of in said County
each 9 cent In the 1951 Motor VchlclesUntil Those attending were Foster' Shi county! chairman for the Home urn and Judy Kelly reported on the State of Florida Pen Suslow, WITNESS my hand as Clerk of
purchase.
located i in the Long Bridge sec booth at the the girls' Annual Short Course A J. Thomas Jr., Leon Rosenberg. said Circuit Court of Bradford
cession of the Legislature this this sesrton\ of the Legis- tion. Rhoden is keeping most of Smith Sam McGarvey, J. B, Demonstration Sam Rosenberg. Delia Rosenbergand County, Florida, and the Seal of
portion of the original law was lature, motor vehicles had been White and ,Lloyd ,Green Super- county fair in October and her held at Florida State University, Douglas P. Hardy as defend- said Court at Starke Bradford
I his land for timber production.Some made ofa and Argent Tomlinson and An- ants In the above entitled Court County, Florida, on the 1st day of
from all state sales tax committee will be up
exempt
amended providing that the sales ., of the recommendations! visors, D. P. Ventulett, Area and cause by Albert Hart man n as August A.D. 1957. .
from each club. neta Mott'reported on camp held of the and CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
of provisions. Conservationist 'L. M. Hollings- representative curator person propertyof .(
tax.. would start on purchases his farm plan are firebreaks the at McQuarrie Astor Park, last Elizabeth Letsch, an Incompetent ss-CHARLES A. DARBY '
Under Mrs. Dugger explained ,
11 cents and that all items lew the new law motor construction to prevent wildfire worth, Executive Secretary, as plaintiff; that the relief Clerk of Circuit Court ct Erad-
than 11 cents would be tax-tree. vehicles have teen brought under Leon Carter and Bill Haas, Soil sewing machine training course month. sought In said suit is to remove ford County, Florida.
damage. and planting the open leadersGetting the Mrs. Cox and Mrs. Dugger reported clouds from and quiet and confirm Hollis V. Knight,
the 4-H
provisions of the state sales for
This provision of the law has to slash Martin Conservation Service. Arrange- plaintiff's title to the above Attorney for Plaintiff,
areas pine. Council
again been changed with the and use tax. However, the rate ments .were made, to attend the Most from Your Sewing Ma on ,the state' described lands as in Indefeasible 8-9-4t-3-SO
of is (Tiny) Paulson is going to establish chine." This course will be givenin Meeting last month. -
tax now starting at 10 cents and taxation 1 per cent, in con- welfth Annual 'Meetlng'of the

applying'nis'wiJ1 to bring all under 10 cent the items.sales trast taxable to all at other the rate items of whichare 3 percent with Crotalaria the a use soil and of building Giant Hairy program Striata Indigo, Florida Association District .Supervisors of Soil Conservation ,at- who the will fall in and turn is teach open to'the adutls 4-H at The the next State meeting Farm will in October.be held Sell It Rent h Trade I


tax law many thousands of planted at the last cultivation of the Fort Harrison Hotel, Clear- Commencement exercises at 7:30p.

items and purchases previously The 1 per cent tax does not his crops, for a ,summer cover water, Aug. 15-16. CantaloupesBy m. They had a very good at-

exempt. A 10 cent soft drink always apply on the full priceof crop, and Blue Lupine for win- Highlight of ,the program' will tendance all week with a regis- WITH% A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

or"a 10 cent cup of coffee for the car. In the case of a ter cover. After walking around include the Annual Speaking Gladys' Kendall tration of 104. A social will be

Instance will be taxable at the trade-in, for instance, the tax Contest by six high school stu-
held for them next Sat. night.
the farm we stopped in the Home Industries Bad Marketing 20 WORDS OR LESS. On InrtIOB (HUlnnm Chargv) ___, __ .73
rate of, 1 cent. (This tax will' is only figured on the difference shade of an oak tree. to discuss dents from different' parts of the Specialist Aug. 31, at 7:30 p. m. at the EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 2* ___._ _____ 4e Per Word

not apply to general groceriesand between the value, of the car being his complete farm plan.. Tiny remarked State. The subject will be, church. 20.% DISCOUNT O\ HFJPEVT INSERTIONS SAME AD

medicinal items, which are traded in and the cost of that he was going to do "What Conservation of Natural Enjoy cantaloupes now while Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Dlllard Ke ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IV ADVANCE.

exempt from all sales taxes. the new car.Airplanes Resources Means To You."' F. F. they are at their peak of flavor ,
some timber stand improvementin and grandchildren, and Mrs.
Cigarette* and house trailers, his! woodland. By cutting out A. President Rudy Sapp will represent :. Select melons with coarse, Bessie Brooks of Winter Garden CLASSIFIED DISPLAY! ____ $i.5 Per lack First I...r lo.

Under the new sales tax law, motor scooters and the like are the undesirable trees the pine Bradford Soil Conser- corky, outstanding netting on were guests 'of Mrs. Dillard and s1. PER INCH FOR !SMB AD HRPEVTED ONE OR MORE TIMES

cigarette purchases are taxableat considered motor vehicles sub- I i trees will get more light which vation District in this contest. the rind. There should be alight Mrs. Brooks' brother and sister- CARDS OP THANK (Vp T. SO Wrd) ___..... ..__ $2.00

the same 3 per cent rate as ject to this tax. r will increase their growing abil. The principal address will be delivered green background with a in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Har- OVER SO WORDS ____________u____ 4 Cents P.>'Word

other items covered by the sales Lubricating Oils and Grease ity. The Soil Conservation Service by Dr. Alfred P. Haake, gray or yellow cast under the groves and daughter for a ocupleof MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS _._____ 4 Cnt Vn' Word

tax! law. On purchases of individ- of : former Public Relations Director netting. Look for a slightly
The original sales tax law I is helping folks take stock days week before last. They

ual 'packages of cigarettes, the 1949 exempted the sale of lubri- of the soil and water resourcesof of General Motors, on Friday, sunken calloused scar at theternend all visited with Mrs. Edna Man- ONE AND TWO BEDROOM furnished NEED: TIRES

3 per cent ''sales tax will applyon cating oils and grease from the their farms. Gives them a the 16th. S. A. Bryan of Raiford, to show that the ning and family in Glen St. 165,apartments W. T. Jackson.for rent. Phone tfchgr I Get Ask them for our now easy pay budget as you terms.ride.

the fun'purchaN! price, which 3 per cent saloa tax. Under the map of their farms, made on an Chairman' of State Soil Conservation melon was mature when picked.A Mary while here. Lacy Conway Sales and Service,
MOWERS FOR RENT at Union Pus Station. Starke. Fla.
includes the federal and state new law, these items are taxableat aerial photograph, showing kindof Board, will give'a reporton fragrant, sweet odor, denotes POWER Tiny's 66 Service. 411 S. WalnutSt. .tfchg

excise stamps and will usually the same 3 per cent rate as soil, slope, and other damaging the activities of the State ri eness. The melon should havea IY THE CIHCt'IT COrRT OF Also new mowers for Sale.
while all
plan. Pay PLASTIC SEAT COVERS for
amount to 1 cent'per pack. On Board. He will also the sweet flavor and fine-textured BRADFORD Easy payment
other taxable present ropXTY. FLORIDA
purchases. I soil problems. It shows the I you mow. Buy where you oan makes and model autos $21.95
the purchase of cartons. the 3 State Conservation Board A- flesh. Most varieties have orange I\ CHANCERY get service on what you buy. and up. Installation free atShepherd's.
land and
Other' Tax ChangesIn capability of their helps ALPERT HARTMANN as Curator tfchg tfchg
per cent will apply on the cost addition to the changes in I them decide how they can best wards. colored flesh, while some have :i of tr.e Person and Property of .
of the entire carton, a cat ton of flesh. Elizabeth Letwh, an Incompetent, FOR S>LE 8 x 8 x 16 Concrete
the state sales tax the 1957 I use the land and how they Foster Shi Smith, Zedra Hamilton green I PlaintiffVs. Blocks lIe each. FOP yard. Mortar -
cigarettes costing $2.45, for instance Legislature increased the ratesof should treat it. Doyle Conner, Joe Wood, Wrap ripe cantaloupes in WHEN IN NEED Oil Mix, Cement.; Sand. Steel and
SIMON J.
state sales TEMPLE. et &1, Aluminum Windows. Also read/
carrying a the documentary stamp tax Helps them make a plan for Leon Carter and Bill Haas wentto waxed paper or" ,in plastic bags Defendants.' TOP SOIL mixed concrete. Pradford En-
tax of 8 cents. them in the Order of Publication and Nottee glneerlng Co. Phone 94 tfchg
Clearwater to give Rudy moral bags before storing
tax. ,
and the intangible using each acre of their land TO DEFEND
Low Cost Clothing '
of The levy on documentary within its capability, and treating support. refrigerator, to help prevent IX THE NAME OF THE STATEOF FILL DIRT WAITRESS WA-lTED-Apply- after
The original sales tax law A for a soil fragrant aroma from minglingwith FLORIDA: 1% noon. B. & G. Truck Stop Res
1948 exempted from the provi- stamps was increased from 10 to each acre pf; land in accord- request complete To Simon J. Temple, Marian L. ALL TYPESTRACTOR taurant. tfchg
20 cents on each $100 of sale ance with its need for protectionand and water conservation farm ,other foods. You can ripen Thomas, S. F. Myers, Clara Eliza- WORKAND
sons of the sales tax all pur- plan was received from Ned cantaloupes at room temperaturefor beth Rollins. Edna C. Rollins, Ray- WE HAVE a new loan program for
chases of items of clothing selling price of real estate. improvements mond H. Rollins, Wilbur F. Rol- farmers. Loans of 1 to 5 years
Coleman and Pete Griffis. Their several days if they are not lins, and Andrew Mace Rol- for the entire credit requirements .
for $10. or less regardless of I George Anderson, Leon Con- land lines have been located too immature when picked. Soft lins. It alive, and it any of : of the farmer and his fam-
the number- of items involved.Thus ner, John Dukes and Marvin [ on do not the above named persons be Light Bulldozing ily. Gainesville Production Credit
LETTERS 'aerial photographs and a requestfor ..'>ots on cantaloupes dead then to his unknown heirs, Association CO North Main.
a customer could purchasefive Rosier used the District's rotary soil made. affect flavor but decayed spots devisees, legatees, grantees credi- W. L. THIGPEN, JR. Gainesville, Fla. tfchg
r- i. -/" v L. mower to cut down the weedson a survey, tors or other persons claiming
shirts cost of $5 each, any
a Ed.
at{ 0; i/TLC do. Before storing cantaloupes interest in the hereinafter described Rt 2 Box 245-D- Alton FOR SALE-Westinghouse sink and
each tax-free, for a total cost of their pastures. Mrs. Anderson FOREST GENETICISTS i in the refrigerator you should propeVty by. t1 rough under or PHONE 297-4 dishwasher. Reg. $459.95. Sale
$25 also tax free.. Yet if a ,cus- says "it seems as if mowing against each such deceased, and to price,$399.95. This appliance will
makes the grow' faster. We LIST PROGRESS WITH cut, out the decayed area. all persons.having or ,claiming any Starke, Us M reduced $5 each week until
tomer purchased one item total grass FAST GROWING TREES Cantaloupes ,are' ricn in ,nla- right; title or' interest in or to old. Slade Oas Co. tfchg
he paid sales tax of mowed one time last year and the. following lands situate in
$25 a
ing -
min.C.. One-quarter of an .average Bradford FOR SALE-25' Correct Craft Cabin
COLLEGE County. Florida-- to-wit ANNIVERSARY
FISHING this have much better : OCR TENTH
75 cents. In'addition: a customer year we a University of Florida School size cantaloupe 'provide/ Commence at an Iron stake set RADIOS REPAIREDAll Cruiser 1947. Two 'bunks, galley
Editor Telegraph: pasture> ." About one more mowing at .the- --intersection' the Makei All MrfeteUM enclosed bead 95 HP. Fully
shirt and $45 neticists" -
purchasing a $5 a of Forestry g .and,,20 almost 40, per cent of the. vitamin Southerly, boundary of NW%' .aM Ckarice Kvaruteei equipped. Call Welchel, Keystone
suit, for example, for 'a total I was very much interestde in this year should get most of foresters from the pulp and paper C allowance recommended 'of 'SE* of See. 21, Twp. 6 LilA!. O. SHEPHERDs Heights !36!. tfehgSERVICE

'purchase of: $50 paid no sales your recent editorial concerningthe the weeds in our pastures." MowIng industry checked up progress .25 S., R. 22 E.r and the Easterly W. Call St.' Starke Pk. lit
daily for the average year boundary distance -
a of 371.58of
the establishment, of ,a gives the permanent pasture: Auto Radios Toasters Irons, Fans,
tax on the shirt and $1.35 on proposed in developing faster growing a good State' Road 200 for POINT
grasses more growing room, : old man.. Cantaloupes are OF 3% PAID ON SAVINOS KEY- all small Appliances. Now 1 RCA
"fishing college" in Starke for pines at their, recent annual source of vitamin A.. One-quart in BEGINNING and run thence STONE STATE BANK KEYSTONE VIctrola Comb. AM-FM Console.
wit.There I which will establish Northerly direction along
tourists. help a pas- HEIGHTS. FLA., MEU- MCGHIFF MERCURY MOTORS
was a great deal of confusion the benefit of incoming meeting in Pensacola. of cantaloupe will give'you
ture. er a BER FDIC. Phone 447
in connection with this Aside from the beautification' They reviewed ,records of 10- 'over. half of the amount,of vitamin -

Often, by streets and highways, I can I 000) limb SALE 82 gallon Electric FOR SALE: Large Night Crawlers. -
clothing exemption. of A request for a complete soil pine grafts made during A recommended for each ,WRGR FOR Water Heater.- Two elements Fish Worms. Phone 479W.

mistake, a sales tax was 'paidon think of nothing that would attract and water Conservation farm the past three years.: day. If you are. looking for'low flood Condition. See at Gay's 346 re;. Thompson St. :ittu 8-30

a tax free item when it was aa man ypeople as a free plan was received from Ned One objective is to' develop calorie foods, ue cantaloupes in 1490 KG PHONE; 610 Home Appliance tfchg FOR RENT: furnished house on I

included in a list of purchases fishing college. You doubtless Coleman, Pete Griffis, Phil Stu- I pine*cones, and seed, from grafts salads, appetizers. and desserts. STARKE, FLORIDAThe I.Ut Your Property For Sale With Kingsley Lake. 2 bedrooms. Newly Win--
decorated and modern.
which also included taxable know that many colleges and der, and Foster Hayes. Their' from trees that will be' grown' in You might like to stretch the Music Farm, Home and Builaemi Property
& News Station Rates. Contact Mrs. Benceat
items. In' some cares items universities are now offering land lines have been located on orchards. These will be compared cantaloupe season by freezing Free. Open LUtlBK ter
In Starke Joanle lan en. RepreitntatlveP.
which could be divided such as courses in fishing as part of the aerial photographs, and a request to the present method of some for future use. You 'can O. Box 307 Starke, Fla. Kingsley Lake. tfchg

an ensemble, were sold as: more: curriculem, 'which merely reflects for a soil SIrvey made. obtaining seeds from full grown easily freeze cantaloupes at home. FACE THE PEOPLE starts Aug. 5 ml. S. HObart on 301 -8-2H31 Phone Waldo tf WANTED: Maid full time. Apply

than one items. tax free. CheckIng the fact that millions of peopleare The first step towards a conservation trees' in the forest. Use only firm-fleshed, wellcolored 26 thru Sept. 7. Hear Your Favorite El Rancho Motel, Mrs. Scholl.Itchs

and enforcement was tremendously taking up this sport.In farm plan is to obtain Foresters have located more ripe cantaloupes for freezing. Candidate at 7SO P. M. On FOR SALE Used 17 Inch T.V. Sets
difficult and involvedthe large percentage of than 600 trees in Alabama Georgia melons WRGR. : cc $49.95 at Shepherd's. tfchg FOR SALE-14 in. x 15 ft. IIt1'1culvert
fact a
the important fact about the soil Select thoroughly,. ripe pipe $1.25 ft. ALSO
inspecting of every single our Northern tourists come to on the farm. This is done by a and South Carolina 'whichare Cut and remove seeds. Cut FOR SALE-One good used Blackstone Building lots for sale In South

'purchase slip in a given esta Florida ,expecting to fish with soil scientist who examines the growing about' two and a lesh out with a.melon,scoop, or 6:00: Monday Sign on thru and News Friday condition.Automatic Gay's Home.Washer.Appliance.Perfect ment.Gate Subdivision.Low monthly Low down payments.pay-

blishment. frenzied devotion, but knowing sail and places It' in a capabilityclass. half times. ,as fast'as the ,average peel melon and cut into chunks. 6:05: The Clockwatcher S tfchg BILLY JACKSON. Phone 165 do

Under the new law, all cloth- nothing of our local lakes, A system of classifyingland tree. Ten percent of them Pack cantaloupe chunks in mois- 6:30 Mark Central Truck Lines. tfrhg J
: Lee Raulerson (Mon- FE LAKE FRONT LOTS-
,Ing purchases. regardless! of the streams. baits, and methods.We according to its capabilitieswas are growing three to four anda ure-vapor-proof; containers Packin day and Tuesdays only) SANTA$2,000.00. Convenient terms. Guy FOR apartment RENT-Two with room hot water furnished. gas

cost, are now subject to the have numerous competent developed over a period of half times the average rate.. layers with waxed freezer paper 6:45: The, Clockwatcher Andrews, Phone 383 or 379W.tfchg and electricity Included. For

fishermen, among them Red years by the Soil Conservation Drs. T. O. Perry and Wang between each layer. Cover 7:00: First News of The World I Single i or couple. 504 E. Brownlee. -
:Standard 3 cent sales tax. Apt. 2. 2to 8/30
per
Alvarez. Harry Houston. Don Service. It is the objective of Chi-Wu are in charge of the with 40 per cent syrup (three Roundup' KINDERGARTEN registration.

Alcoholic And Malt Beverages Page Blake Jackson, Bill Gra- I the Soil Conservation Service to program and the actual graftingis cups to"four 'cups water), or mix 7:15 The Clockwatcher Aug. 30. Catholic Hall. from 9 BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT .
till 11 a. m. Classes start Sept. The birth of a new car. the EdseLIs
Under the new law, alcoholic ham, Ray Stone, Barney McRae : use land within its. capabilityand done under their supervisionin chunks with one cup sugar to six 7:20 Bulletin Board Of The Air 3.-Mrs. Clyde Prle t. Stchg-9/13 announced by Ford Motor Company

beverages consumed on the premises and many others who would I I treat it according to its the University's ,experimental cups fruit before packaging. Serve 7:30, Weather Around The Na- LAKE A real lake are cordially of Dearborn Invited Michigan.to see You this

where sold are subject to I gladly assist in such a promotionby needs for protection and im forest near Gainesville. partially 'thaw tion KINGSLEY home. Completely: furnished. newest addition to the Ford Family -

the 3 per cent sales tax, as are giving lectures and demon provement.Felix Each of the cooperating pulp 7:35,The Clockwatcher Good condition. 3 bedrooms 2 Ed el of dealer.Fine Cars at your nearest
enclosed porch. !!
all malt beveraes (beer) sold strations on the fine art of fish- Sapp and Lex Green and paper companies designatesone YTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY.MAX'VILLE 7:50 World, National, State and baths Paneled large living room. Suitablefor

on the premises. There is no ing in local waters. The use of used the District's seeder culti-, of its foresters as liaison : Sports News year Good round fishing.living.3 lots.Sandy A FOR SALE wheel-12 and ft. controls Runabout.$60.Steering J.

sales tax law on packaged liquor the athletic stadium might be packer to plant Pensacola Bahia with the University. Through 8:05 The Clockwatcher beach.choice location. Reasonable C. Lauramore, 334 St. Clair St.

purchased to be consumed at obtained, or the USO building. them superior trees are locatedin 8:45 Radio Chapel (Ministerial termslcKlnneyGreen' Inc., _ _ 2tp 8/30
seed.We 215 N. E. let St., Gainesville,
home and there is no sales tax Handsome "degrees" could be were discussing the differ- the forest. cuttings obtained-. By Dim C. & Motea Association) Fla. Phone, 6-6481. 3, tchg 9/6 FOR SALE-Portable Chothes cloxet. -
Wine color, $10. K. H. Pres. }
:on beer unless it is consumed on to the'limbs 9:00 Five minute' summary of
printed and legally given ent types of pasture grasses I by shooting down with colt Highway 100 West, 1st

those completing the prescribedcourse when Felix remarked "Bill, you II I high' powered rifles-and the! .1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMiss News CHANCE RE.EST.TF.to operate OPENING your own house! beyond city limits
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of instruction. know you just can't beat Pensa- plants, when grafted, set out Shirley Wilkinson spenf 9:05: The Chatterbox ,with BettyGray real estate business backed by a
C. T. '
U. '
W. There is little doubt that if cola Bahia. It comes out early in to become seed trees last week in-Jacksonville as the coast-to-coast well-established} organization nationally-known! UNIT- POULTRY FARM
10:00 Cedric Adams
Show
the program were adequately advertised the spring and everytime it guest, of .,Miss Patricia MorrelL ED FARM AGENCY, with a record Capacity .OO0 broilers, nedera 2
REMEIBERVOMEN! IT TOOK it would fill every' tourist warms up in the winter it turns INVESTIGATE THOROUGHLY Ray ,Harris has, changed jobs 16.30 Music For The Missus of more than 30 years' honorable bed room home, paved highway
the right
11:00 Five minute of i service. Is now seeking telephone' electricity, dally malt.
COURAGEOUS DEBORAH TO court in Starke during the green.. I just .like it best that's BEFORE INVESTING IN and is now working for the Re- summary man or couple to take over the .rbool bus. Roam for .spa.-

SAVE ISRAEL FROM DEFEAT. season. The college could be le- all." ,. CAGED LAYER BUSINESSEgg gal T. V. Service on the south- News STARKE territory. Complete and RUbt price, term*.
supervision
adequate
training
Missus
(JUDGES 4:6-9)). 11:05 Music: For'The
galy. incorporated in Florida as Lucian Conner, and Lawton side in Jacksonville.Ray advertising support to assure suc Florida Realty C.. .( Stark
IT TAKES BRAVK WOMEN TO- a charitable insotituUtnith no Crawford used the Districts ro- production with caged Harris carried Misses I 11:30 Farm 'Roundup'12l cess. No investment required. Real 118 N.VaUut St.. 'T.I. 383
DAY TO PARRY OX THIS : Public Service estate experience not necessary. Statke. Fla. '
expense.In tocycle mower to control their layers can be profitable, but a Geraldine and Elaine 'Brock of Assistance given in securing licen
'GREAT WINNING FIGHT. 12:15 Second News of The World
my opinion however, it weeds! in their pastures., Lucian person contemplating going Into Jacksonville to spend a' week se. Licensed salesmen or brokers i AGENTS WANTED-Want to make)
JOIN THE W.C.T.U. Rcundup also invited to investigate the advantages $15 to $25 in a day. Many are
; (TEXAS WHITE RIBBON.) would be useless to ask our, people tells me by 'using the mower just business should proceed with, i with their uncle and aunt, Mr. 12:30 Weather Around The Nation of Joining the UNITED doing It. Pleasant work man or
t devote their time to dis- before the weeds se d-out he has caution. and Mrs. Dawson Padgett in organization to share in the bentefits woman. No experience needed.
of UNITED'B nation-wide Spare or full time. Will teach j
very little weed trouble 'next_ _on ThIals the gist of a recent Middleburg. 12:35 The Perry Van Show program. Complete details, including and finance you. Write McNesa
year. Florida Agricultural Mr. and Mrs 'H. A. Sweat of i I' copy of our famous catalog Co., P. O. Box 276$. Desoto Station -
study by 1:00 Five minute summary of mailed without obligation. Write Memphis, Tenn. 2tp 9/.
:Vote for Randal Chitty for City Council Complete soil and water conservation Experiment Station economistson Macclenny and Leslie Sweat and. News today! UNITED FARM AGENCY.

farm plans were pre- 33 farms in northwest Flori- Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham visited 4:05 Chuck Denton Show John Manager T 721 Long.West Florida Colonial Branch Drive FOR Cub SALE'Tractor(A with BARGAIN' bottom): plow 1954,

pared for Dolye Conner and Hogan i' da where this type of egg pro with Mrs.".Alma: Rhoden at the 2:00 Five minute summary of Orlando. Fla. I mowing machine, harrow, planter

Smith. Doyle is using pan- duction is practiced.First St Vincent's Hospital In Jacksonville News equipment., distributor,Good and condition.plowing
gola for his main
pasture grass the enterprise cannot be Sunday. 2:05: The Perry Van Show FOR SALE-Household furnishing Clarence Hutcheson, Rt 2. Box

Hogan is turning under his Car- established on a "shoe string". 'Mr. and Mrs. .Leslie and family 3:00 Five minute summary of gas stove, other items. Reas 167. Starke. Ztp 9ft

OPPORTUNITY The necessary investment will are all on the sick list this News 'onable. Any day but Saturday.Dr. CIRCULATING OIL HEATERS
'
IN THE ELECTRONIC FIELD seminating this instruction as to run to several thousand dollars week.. Miss ,Merle Higginbotham 3:05 The Perry Van Show Kucera, State Farm 8J30! CLEANED J. 11. -Allen 10 years at Denmark experience.Call Fur.

where, how, and when to fish, for buildings and equipment baa been ill for several day' 'and 4:00 Five minute summary of niture Co. 151. or write Rt. 1. Box

OR and the tackle to 'use, unless the alone. Average per-cage cost on and unable to work. News FOR SALE-Old Hens next to P. 170.: tfchg

WAGES $100 PER WEEK civic bodies of the twon are wining farms studied was $2.83. It ranged BIBLE SCHOOL CLOSED 4:05 At Your Request T. Thomas Saw MilL ftp 8/30 FOR RENT -New 4 room apartment -
BETTER The Vacation Bible School first floor on Kingsley
to finance an advertising 6:00: WRGR ,News Parade
from $1.78 to $6.01 per cage. FOR RENT-Four room furnished Lake. Tile bath, all electric
program that would tell the On a farm-flock baSs the economists which was held at the Maxville (World and 'NatitJnal) house. 308 S. Water St. Itcbg kitchen. Available Sept. 1 on
We will train for Baptist ,Church last week closed 6:30 8 P. M.' WhatABurgerShow. yearly bauls. See owner after
personnel jobs available here soon. world about Starke's "fishing recommend. beginning 301 between Starke and ,Monday. Beckett Box 336, Rt. 1.

Those accepted will be trained under the supervisionand college." with at least 300 cages,. while Saturday night, Aug. 24, >with LOST-On Lawtey, 1 female fox terrier. HrhgHOUSE
6:30 Revolving Bandstand with, brown and black '
:
White
guidance ,of our Engineers. You will train and It is difficult for us to visualize the commercial operator should Layer Enterprise in West Flor- and Music head. Flack spot on right hip. FOR RENT-Unfurnished.
7:00 NEWSIC (News On Farmers Market Road. ApplY -
work on practical ,equipment in this locality. This will the number of people who not consider starting with less ida"., A copy is available at' the ) Answer Phone 135.name Adam Lassie.T. Green.Reward.Box at El Ranoho Motel. Itchg

be arranged so that it will not interfere with your could and would be attracted by than ,1.000.The ., Florida Agricultural Experiment 8:00: Sign Off (41. tfcbgMiRGlRETS FOR RENT-Five room furnished

present employment. : this program which could be arranged average cost of producinga :Station Gainesville. Saturday house on Kingiley Lake. Will
NrRSERYOptBtBK : !
I rent all winter. cheap. Phone
in such a manner that dozen of was 43.04 cents
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eggs Same schedule>as above except StftemttT 3rd 461-Y. Mrs. Marks Rltch.
3- YEARS GUARANTEED PLACEMENT SERVICE t the entire classes would require ranging from 34.3 cents to 60. 1 to 6 p. m. Road ShowSunday' Register year ehlldrea Friday ___ ___ Itp

UPON CERTIFICATION '!' a week or ten days stopover io cents. Feed accounted: ,for nearly YOU'LL LOVE the BCW YAtel' t 418, East August Call 30th Street FOR SALE-* ft. Wstlnghou.H I

'I' Starke. 60 per cent of this., 7:20: Sign On Religious programs Next deer t. A P Refrigerator $1IL$$ with Trade.
brook fountain bpwtel
Write pnue-itee pens Westinghouse Automatic Washer
ELECTRONICS '
giving name, address, occupation I would like to see some of Anyone considering going into untO 1:00 p. m. $188 with trade, at Pahmera Gift

: phone, working hours and age. our civic groups grab hold ot the business will find it high ihade Only, f&ft at Bradford I :03..t! -6-00-p. m. .:. The Sun- FURNISHED APARTMENT for Shop. Itchg

: ,ELECTRONICS: co| Telegraph, Starke, Fla. this idea and see what can be ly profitable 'to study Agricult- day Show' rent-To upstairs see Is to apartment.appreciate.All 4 FOR RENT- room furnished apt.

done with it. ural Economic Series .No.. 57-7, Coisxty Telegraph. 6:00: to 800P.m. -.See Schedule room private. Couple only. ue N. at lit N. Church St. Phone 175W.

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m\\IWORU HIGH SCHOOL. (standing, 1-r) Mrs. Maxine Gibson, ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. (Seated, 1-r) Mrs. Sue UTnkler, 5tlr

home making; Foster Shi Smith, social studies; Charles Francis,
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New In Starke Schools grade; Mrs. Jeannette: aieister, 2nd grade. (Standing, l-r) Mrs. Annie
social studies; Mrs. Betty Blaisdell, English.' (Seated, 1-r) Mrs. Who's

Give Your Child A Useful Bicycle .Mary O.' anion, music; Miss Reba Starnes, librarian. Laurie Morgan, hid grade; Mrs. Bernice D. Hopkins, exceptional

: New high school leathers not pictured are William Hurse, assistant
children; Mrs. Mary E. Lee, 5th grade; John Manning, playground
S. feparkman: ,
Mrs.
Margaret
JUNIOR HIGH. (Left to right) .
roach; Jeff Hopkins, industrial arts, and Miss Mabel Sublett,
[f r For School, Advises Western Auto home economics. Irs. Jan MtCrutken, and Mrs. Keltic Ashmore. director and ))uid J. Bristow, 6th grade.


full line of fresh meats, feeds,
With the price 9f gasoline 3 and let Mae and Pete Jaudon 'Graves Budget Prices I
Dairy Brovvnlee & Chasteen Ready To Aid gas, ou, kercswie. and other
soaring just like everything else, show you how easy it is for your staples.Mr. .
! families find that bicyclefor own children to enjoy the thrill T
many a At
each child in the family and convenience of owning a Says Every Child Starling's and Mrs. Starling are
Members With proud of the business they have
more than pays for itself during beautiful new bike. FFA And 4H Projects"At
built up and the many friend-
the average school year This lathe I And here's a hint tor mother Needs More MilkNow Aid HousewivesHousewives ships they have made duringthe
message brought to parentsin (bicycles come in very the beginning of the new High School in their annual pro- have been e
years they serving
Starke and surrounding area hand yfor running those very school term I would like to extend jects, giving them tae benefit who have formed
is the time of year that the public in Starke. Their
by the WESTERN AUTO necessary errands before and congratulations to our two of his experience and the vast ; the habit of shopping at VOtT4-1
store is located
161
mothers of growing children start on Highway t
STORE in advance of the opening after school-the children al fine chapters of Future Farmers knowledge obtained through LEY STARLING'S GROCERY
about (east) and is out of the crowded
of the new school term. ways go very willingly when thinking increasing their of America and our 4-H continuing research by the Pu I know that they are getting the I| business section so that there is

Besides the saving in gaso- they have a bike of their own to daily order for milk tor of all Clubs for the wonderful job they rina company. They are contin- most in quantity and quality for i always plenty of room for parking -

line-think of the saving in time ride.) the foods that go to make un a are doing in training our farm- ually carrying on experimental their money, no matter what I j when you stop at Starling'sto
and trouble. Every mother And bicycles are just one of well-balanced diet for growing ers of the future." This was the'feeding ejects showing the the trend in prices happens to shop. vcrTILE =

knows what a chore it is to get the many useful items carried by boys and girls, none is more important statement made this week by amazing improvements that are be. "Now that all of our familiesare

the children to school on time the local WESTERN AUTO than a good supply of Jim Chasteen of the old established possible through the proper useof It looks like the cost of liv- back in town for the opening

in the morning, and then have STORE. Household appliances of fresh milk. That is why GRAVES firm of BROWNLEE & Purina chows and feed. ing is still going up and up, but I of the new term, we are more J
to go for them in the family car kinds, many hardware items, HOME DAIRY playa such an CHASTEEN, dealers in the fam- Mr. Chasteen extends a cord in spite of threatened inflation anxious than ever before to sup-

j in the afternoon. toys, fishing tackle, paints, etc. important part in the communitylife ous Checkerboard products for ial invitation to all Future Farmers the VOLLEY STARLING ply jour needs and try to help

Why not rid yourself of this !, are just a few of the many of Starke and vicinity. Starke and surrounding area. and 411 Club members to GROCERY is glad to be able to you have nourishing foods at a

time-killer by providing each items to be found here. "Agriculture has always been come by an advise with him at help the housewives of Bradford minimum of "
Milk is a favorite beverage expense, say :Mr.
youngster in the family with a With the cost of living soaring with every member of the family important to the economy of any time concerning the best County keep their schoolchildren and Mrs. Starling. "If you hav- RIGHT POINT for the

sturdy new bicycle at WEST- every day, it is more important for its rich goodness, Bradford County and will con- feeds, seeds, and fertilizers for age well nourished with en't already got the habit of

ERN AUTO STORE? Just come than ever, to SAVE THE not creamy but is tinue to be in the future, although use in their various projects good, wholesome food at prices shopping with us, why not start May you write. Come In and select -

in before_ ,.school. nnpns_. _n_ on_n n sent_ _. WFSTKRM. ._ AUTO_ WAY. only tastes good, good we are beginning to get throughout the jear. the family budget will allow. this weekend Just
for everyone, young or old. Even drop in and
, Dad knows that nothing ever some industrial payrolls also" "It is a pleasure to work withour Growing boys and girls need i see the wonderful values we are your favorite ESTERBROOK
Mr. Chasteen said. "But with people and to give and deserve the best foods in
young
Edwards Has seems to taste as good as that j offering and you will become a
Popular Grocery High midnight snack just' before retiring better equipment to work with, them the benefit of our know order that they might keep fit I regular customer. just like so Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH

when the snack includesa better feeds, improved seeds and ledge and experience. The sooner in mind and body, and thus be many of your friends."
fertilizers our small farmers they learn that Checkerboard able to learn rapidly and also '

j Quality.Foods At Very Lowest PricesHousewives tasting glass, nutritious of GRAVE'S milk. delicious will contribute their share tour o products are the best that can give a good account of themselves -.-

prosperity just as they have be had for the money, the better on the athletic field. '

who have formed I I'always plenty of space, and easy Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Gravesare done in the past." off they will be when the tune In addition to a complete line 1',11, ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing H
proud of the modern dairy :Mr. Chasteen is of groceries tha VOLLEY STARLING EstablIshed 18.t
the habit ,of shopping at ED- 'to get in and out. always ready comes for them to put the know !
WARDS GROCERY have the they have established and operate and willing to work with the agriculture ledge they have gained in school GROCERY also carries a
1
EDWARDS
GROCERY is also
near Starke and they invite "
students at Bradford
into actual
'f confident feeling that they are \'ery'pr ud of its fine meat de- any and all persons interested practice. : I .
f
getting..the"most in quantity and tment. children -- I -
pal Growing need I to visit their operationat

t quality for their money, plenty ,of good, fresh meat, any time and see the sanitary Tape Recorders Bring Finest Music :

With the opening of a new which gives them strength for processes used to bring their ,
school; term at hand we know work and Meat at customers For
? ; play. pricer the freshest milk in Headquarters School
that plenty of good wholesomefood .Edwards are always the plostreasonable the cleanest possible manner And Prices Are Low At Bullington'sprice Supplies

is'a. "must' if our children prevailing at the every day.. 44
{t are to. remain healthy and full time, and quality is always the
Why bring suffering on your "Music hath charms," and $69.95
best. you of on the nationally ,
of pep during the long fall and child in later
winter months. There is no need to waste milk of his years by leaving neVer heard such charming advertised Bell & Howell pro- !
out diet when he is TRADE AT KOCH'S
music as you will get from the ectors.: Cameras are also equallylow AND SAVE MONEY
EDWARDS GROCERY > on precious time shopping around, young? Doctors are all agreed
amazing new Bell & Howell '
Tape j
Highway 301 just south of town, for when you buy at EDWARDS that milk is a most important priced from 3995. H 4-----
Recorders handled in Starke
by And if you want i& make that
:I, strives to supply the largest GROCERY & MARKET you are factor in supplying calcium for BULLINGTON'S STUDIO & 1I I _
student
boy or girl 'especially
variety of fine foods to the people assured of getting the lowest bone growth as well as providing -
GIFT SHOP.
'Perhaps you never'dreamed happy, give them beautiful
a
of Bradford County at the prices that can be offered for the basis for sound teeth in i
that you could own one little buyyour Blue Horse
portable radio by Motorolaat Value
r
Big
lowest prices found anywhere.It quality merchandise. Come and childhood as well as adulthood. of these musical instruments f ,
amazing the opening of the school
is always a pleasure for our discove-r the Give child new T
amazing savings your milk in place of
for only $189.50, but term. Ideal
housewives to shop at Edwards that can be yours when you shop other less nutritious beveragesat that is to keep in their I LUE HORSE
Bullington's new low take with 1
room them
for it is located out of the busy at this complete, modern, fnendly mealtime, advises GRAVES on picnicsor at KOCH'SschoolJsuppliefnow
price and you owe it to yourselfto other out
of town and
tlowntown district, and there is; l food store-HOME OWNED HOME DAIRY, and also let milk trips 1

t no traffic or parking problem I, AND HOME OPERATED. be between the. drink to go with those Music drop by is for a very a demonstration.importantpart the Then price for is those low-only special$36.95.occasions !/ 1 h 4 ? Compare Our Blue Horse

i milk each meal day snacks.for every"A mem-quartof of family life and you never during the school term. +\ Fillers with Others Carrying -
heard such beautiful music is rs
as Hallmark
greeting cards are always -
ber of the .
family should be the possible with one of these amaz- the cleverest and most attractive .- Blue Horse Fillers
slogan of "
: every housewife, ing tape recorders. You get the of all, and BULLING
\
Mr. .
START THE TERMIGHTWITH -J says insure Graves.To full benefit of the orchestrationand TON'S has such a large assortment WhnitcomestoV\ 5c Pkg' 13 Sheets

your family ample the sound is almost
that
more you're sure to find
\ supply of delicious, nutritious real than "real." just the card to I I reading, writing, ? S : lOc
milk right expressyour wo o ., Pkg. 29 Sheets
AN16 .PE throughout:: the year, just Bullington also recommends sentiments. Come in and! arithmetic,, LU' 000 .
pick up the phone and call home movies as a means of en- brouse around to your heart's Blue Horse really i9 25c
it GRAVES HOME DAIRY, number tertainment and instruction ... Pkg. 104,, Sheets
dur- content.
441-Y. There are gift suggest does the trick.
t ing new schoolterm and is now ions galore on our shelves and a". 49c Pkg. 158 Sheetscomposition
-
offering an exceptionally low visitors are always welcome.

You can't buy a better fountain Herb's Drive-In Books \ ''
.,! pen at any
s 98c Pkg. 310 Sheets
M price. And only Estcrbrook gives your;"I A Private Study Nook For Students Loose Leaf FillersComposition Fillers ',."lPt. + ? F F -

choice of 32 points-one for every writing Popular Spot '
I Tablets *>
l.: Pencil BLUE HORSE
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personality. If you damage a point'a new;;
Theme Fillers
/ t With Suggested!!!! By Elrod Furniture Co. ZIPPER
point screws in in seconds at any'pdt> ; Young Folk"Meet BINDERS89c

I counter. So Esterbrook last Coii r' 'h"Uh ; \ ,. ,
your can Deneve u or not, vacatiOn avoided
J Jy me at Herb's!" That is !i! by proper lighting, btthi
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i \ !if Only $29Sr' a popular slogan among the days are almost over, and now i I i studying under improper lighting to $3,95

i ( t young people at BHS who know is the time for parents ot school I I is likely to damage the eyesight F

,. J where to find good food in an age children to be thinking for life. A good reading
\1 1 atmosphere of friendliness I Save your Blue Horse Trademarks and_ Other Zipper Binders
1t and about ways and means of making 'I lamp will solve this problem,,
courteous service. And this yearHERB'S the new school term one that and no parent should run the win one of the 190,000 prizes. 4MONTAG

will he more popular will be pleasant and profitablefor risk of letting a child strain his]I '- __

'10., j J than expanded ever facilities.due to its enlarged and their children. That's where eyes when a good light costs so' R BROS., nee $6,95Elvis

t All types of ELROD FURNITURE CO. can little at ELROD'S.Proper f
service are available
i k 'w.I service, curb service,- fountain drive-in be of great service to parents in rest is another important

: I The Petite-Pok is a dainty pen and pencilset service and table Starke and surrounding trade item to the child. If you are
service, Just Presley Hard
Back
Binders Elvis
I\ r. with famous Esterbrook writing name. the type of service you area.A not providing a comfortable Presley

;' .Your choice of six fashion colors. want, and HERB'S la certain amount of home mattress for your growing boyor
f quality. provide it. equippedto work is necessary if the child is girl, you are doing them a Zipper Binders 2.98 49c and 79c Zipper Binders 1.79

fet includes glamorous carrying case, too. Over the to get the best grades in school, grave! injustice that might handi
years the studentsat
iu.st $75 ." .' BHS have come to appreciatethe and the student is much more cap their school work. The
likely to stay home and apply youngsters deserve mattressesthat

e Thomas friendly, proprietor interest of of that Herb himself to his books if he hasa are just as good as those I FREE POCKET COMBS CANNON
4 pop
i iF J ular meeting:: and eating place study nook of his own. used by the grownups in the

",; _, =, :,,& ,--L HERB'S DRIVE IN. With his It is a pleasure to look around family and ELROD can supplythe TOWELS 59

F background as a professional the spacious floor display at best at prices that are still

Dependable ball point-Because ,it's an athlete, Mr. Thomas has a vital ELROD'S and see the many at- within the family budget. FREE Eversharp Ball Point

Esterbrook you can rely on this sleek ball interest in sports and has coached tractive items that can be used This weekend before the CANNON
--.0 and encouraged many to make the student's room or"nook" opening of school shop EL
young
point for years of fine writing. Only
\ sthletes in Bradford County more attractive and use- ROD'S for the many useful and
$22f'i when they needed a helping ful. Harry Elrod Jr. suggests beautiful household furnishingsand With Each $5.00 Purchase WASH CLOTHS. 10

hand. every student should have his appliances that can make

Herb knows what It takes to own private desk where he, can I the approaching school term ."

please young appetites and his keep papers and books without i more pleasant and beneficial for

I delicious "Herbergers french fear of having them disturbed. the entire family. HARRY C.

I fries, thick milk shakes, another Eyestrain has usually been I ELROD FURNITURE CO.

popular items are designed KOCH DRUG STORE

Ii i: Bradford County Telegranh in with mind-to the young give people them the strictly most the same game-the: meet story. your is friends alwaysthe :at i{.j.1'school"Welcome term, young Herb Thomas friends -says neW'i : ,

for their'money and at the same Herb's. You know they'll be.i and old. We. are. looking forwardto
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Fanners Supply .Ready To Fill.Needs new place"Save school your time laundry terra.and money.in' one of Just our Four Decades m of TeachingIf Z Z I Television Will Keep Children Home;; ,



Of Students And Their FamiliesA. automatic minutes clean receive machines and them ready back and to,in40 spotlessly iron-! all the students taught byMrs' .. R.. Kelly, Tommy Ritch. Thornton-; Starke Radio & TV Leads In Area"Television

:: OIa M. (Ma) Perkins during Johns: Billy Jackson, J. R. Wainwright -

R; Johnson, who has long I materials: and if you check prices This ,convenient service costs her more than 40-year tenure "James, Lewis, as well as is opening up an ,, out change or added equipment.
you Will find that you can savea only 40 cents per machine of his Thelma Silcox.Next .
Bradford wife
served the people of '
Bleach uf Bradford County were grouped entirely new world for'the school This is certainly welcome
substantial amount by buying nine pounds capacity.
his FARA'EP.'SSUPPLY Mrs. Perkins taught for
County through'Is now, announcing expanded these items from the FARMERS furnished free! Washed, dried; together taey would"populate three years outside'of, Bradford student is the opinion of news for the people of this
: SUPPLY. and folded for only 60 centa1- a' city half.aV large as" Stark STARKE RADIO & TV SER- ," Starke Radio & TV
facilities. and services for .. County, tut returned when Dr. area says
can'' del to In th f: Bourse of her teaching J VICE, leaders in sales and service -
this area, Mr, Johnson has, taken "We are in Business with the No mother justice W. E. Middleton was elected! and if- your present set is too
over management of the former determination to, serve the people herself or her family if.' she' at career; M'ri. Perkins has"taught School Superintendent, to teachat in the Starke area. small or otherwise obsolete, now

Stefan lI's grocery at Washington with quality hardware and tempts to do the"household laundry for"more" than 40 years in ,Brad Vanderbilt school. Some of her The increasing popularity of is the time to trade and get

and Cherry. Streets and if other farm and home necessities, in addition to her many other ford' Schools' In inos'very pupils here were Loubedia Johns radio and television is given ready for this wonderful new

now offering the, facilities of a as well as groceries, at fair' duties. A mother who is tired I part of the'County, and has Clinton Norman and Betty credit for increasing the interest season.

modern grocery as well as his I prices," says Mr. Johnson. "We out after a.day of laundering, is aught'an' estimated'.2.000,pupiliBorn' Alvarez. of young people in good Every school-age child should
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original Farmers Supply Store. are proud that we have not in no condition to prepare her at Dawson, Gal:, July 23, Heilbronn was ner next school music, dramas, and other cult- have the advantage of 'having
: swayed from this goal, and our school children the good, hot 1889., Mri'. Perkins came" toF1oi1da
Mrl: Johnson will carry on the where Muriel Norman, a former ural influences in recent years. I his own room equipped with a
same in his that customers know that they are evening meal that they require in 1910.. She. hid beenteaching pupil.of. hers, was the principal Thus, today, we find radio and small radio or personal televisionof
policies grocery
assured of a square deal when the school term. at Ashburn; Ga. when television double
have made his other business 33: :during Jimmy Reddish, Barbara Under- serving a pur- his very own, in addition to
successful-this ,is the policy'of they trade with us"Othft "If a mother ruins her health' she"was Perkinsj married skwmlll to Bynum hill and Dick Starling were a pose-not only entertainment, the larger family sets 'in the
a" at
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low prices and .high quality-r- by overworks then she has saved- and operator few of the pupils she recalls but education 'as well. The news living room or den. Starke Radio I
courteous Service-and fairnessat Drudgery nothing: in the long run and may Macclenny, went there to Then in 1947 Mrs. Perkins war broadcasts of today will become & TV has the unsurpassed General

all times to the customer.Our eventually put the family on the Live.Mr.. and Mrs.. Perkins" no transferred to Hampton as principal I the pages of history tomorrow. Electric line, and you will
-> financial rock with une'Xpe'ctedhospital had of the elementary school And owners in Starke and vicinity of
farm people should get be surprised at the economy
children, sO in 1915 Mrs.: Perkins
By doctor bills 1M which
and
Patronizing today has an average dailj will get more enjoymentfrom
the habit of buying their farm went back to teaching again, this these small sets, and the con
Washeteria warns. attendance of about 125. their television sets this which caD
venient terms
implements> feeds seedsrlertil- on they
the Why take a chance when it is time at Lawtey at the Futch Mrs. perRins reels that her contributions fall than ever before, Starke
izers, etc. right here in Starke Vfasheteria School, located on land donated Ola ,M. Perkins be purebred.Drop .
so easy and simple to bring'you r to the school there include Radio & TV reminds the
where they can see what they Robert Fetch, Pete public. by Starke Radio & TV
family wash to the'W by near Wainwri2'ht's Perkins remembers the time they the modernization of the
are getting and where the arti- Don't get old before your time. .oresent.. .. farm._ Another brand new television before theop ning of school
TERIA? You may then go onand n. had two principals in one year. dining room, and the planting of
station will
cles be the air in
can bought just as cheaply Take the drudgery out of wash It was a little one-room school- go on and see the beautiful new Gfi
as if ordered from :some big day! Starke be 100 attend to. your other shop- house Mrs. Perkins recalls, "The first one was. a Mr. Hall, shrubbery,: including ,a beautifu'mimosa Jacksonville Sept. 1, bringing line. Get ready for a new winter
may years chores or" household duties-: < and tree
mail order house" ping who came from somewhere up in planted Just eight NBC network and will
says old this year of 1957, but our some of her pupils were Dan programs season of high class entertain
Johnson. "TVe. ._stand 'Mr'l housewives certainly wouldn't then when you call for your .I Starling, Jeff Griffis, Essie Futch Georgia. He was defunct phy years She ago had be received on present sets with- ment and educational probram8.PHIL'S .,
clothes short while later this to about
a you Perkins said say pre
everything .we sell, and if aie an. Mrs. laughing -
you want to go back to the wash day (now Mrs. Britt Rosier), Elvie sent
are not entirely.satisfied, all.you methods used in those early wil find them clean and sweet, Starlhg,-Mercel Williams, and'sis '"or: af 'doctor of some kind .._,day. teaching, : ..
have to do. b to,bring it back. times. just as nice'or even better than ter Starling (now Mrs. ,Pierce). and he had farway look in his "it is my opinion that the
if had done them at home., schools today are doing a good
you of the time he
When you buy or order from out eyes. A good..part
This is- the message being She had a Xmas tree for her class !
modem. job.
vice of town, of, course you do not get this' ser- brought to housewives by the play."Be Do your Have clothes time the to one year, the first some had'ever lasted spent looking two months.up at., the sky.He ;Over the door leading' to' heroffice RESTAURANT )

management of THE WASH- WASHETERIA WAY!" seen. is asign, which reads:
Mr. Johnson, also carries many I ETERIA at 325 Temple Avenue 'From there Mrs. Perkins went "The next one was a young "Enter,'that you may ::find life 6 Miles South of Starke, on 301,
items of :building supplies and just before where'she the :man named_Smith' from Texas.
: the opening of the to Lawtey taught I more. abundantly.
I-- .. ---. ., School Time 7th8th' grades for the nextfive" When he arrived the children of 'Mrs.:, Perkins holds a rank II WILL BE OPEN
iii felt that here was'dream a
years: some of the pupils'she Lawtey teaching certificate, a. BAE and
Is I Haircut
MAMA Time, remembers of that time 'wereMonk come true, and that they MA from the Univ, of.'Florida and
FOR
PRIEST'S KINDERGARTEN would have'an time of it, a BUSINESS
Blanch- easy .
Dinkins, Arthurine
the
is a member of honor socie
.... Says Smitty"Johnny Roman holiday:
ard;' Halle Jones, Lizzie Howe, ty Phi Kappa Phi, which is granted -
OPENS TUESDAY.. SEPT. 3rd Blanche Burney, Howard Miner, "At first glance, at young Mr. to those in.the top 10 per cent Thursday, Friday, Saturday and SundayEACH
get your haircut- Pear Griffis, and Paul Moore Smith Monk Dinkins said: 'We of the class.

In St. Edwards Catholic Hall haircut-haircut-' She remembers that back in were expecting a rough rider but To Mrs. Perkins, retirement is WEEK
Remember the words of the'old .
those days, the parents were very he's nothing but a broncho buster. a dream of the future. When she

song that was so popular appreciative she named Steve .- does retire, she plans to com- .

Open House and Registration years time is ago truly? Well haircut, back-to-school time and Starling, Robert Futeh, Jim :Mrs. Perkins next teaching assignment plete a history of her teaching Beginning August 29th ,

Futch-,and on rainy days some was at Starke high career. She has already done some f
Friday, August 30 9 To 11 O'clock SMITTY'S BARBER SHOP expects of the farmers came to school school, where she taught biologyand work on the manuscript which is 10:00 A.M. UNTIL 10:00
to be crowded this weekend : P.M.
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our guidance. We have a program designed to meet with students, and enjoyed spelling1 matches'puton American history for 1 7 entitled: An Odyssey of An
physical, spiritual and intellectual prospective by the children and to read years. Among the hundreds o i American Schoolteacher."
of every child under from beginners high
through agricultural bulletins she obtained pupils she had there she remembers But she is not thinking of retiring -
guidance. We
our nave a program designed to meet school, neat in
trims
getting pre- for them.It S. L. Peek, Raleigh Brannen,, now. She ,has the next ,
the needs and abilities of four and five for the
olds. of
year paration opening was at Lawtey that Mrs. Harmon Morgan. Gene Long, J. term" of school to think about
school next -Tuesday.D. .
-MRS. PRIEST H. (Smitty) Smith extenda winter. All hair-cutting instruments -

cordial welcome to the young- are kept strictly clean and My Johns Suggest Smart Permanent ..i o% \
sters as well as the grownups to sanitary, and everything possibleis OLD WINTER SUFFERS( ,9

=: make his barber shop their done for the. comfort of the

headquarters for friendly, court- customer."No As Pre School Gift For TeenagersWhat WHFI2USTlAT10NJ

eous, and prompt service. matter how clean and
This Weekend "We make effort to cut dressed is for WHENPFOPEPU7'lN oN
mchoo every neatly a boy
would delight that lovely time, just pay us a visit and inquire -
a / your hair just like you want it," school nothing ruins his appease -
\) .. little' girl o( yours more than about our specials.
AT says Smitty. "Whether you ar ance as quickly as netting a '
making her a pre-school gift of After the damage done by the
iusucarioNWHAT'S
a teen-ager who wants a flattopor haircut," Smitty reminds, ,the,
ar '*flattering new permanent summer wind, sun, and water it
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a butch, or an adult who mothers. "Now that vacation .
BOBBINSBOYS' wants just a light trim, we striveto time is over, it is time to' give wave? is quite likely ,that your daugh- T HE tiI.
This' is the suggestion made ter :(as well as yourself) needsa .
for more attention to
please, we want you to the'ppearance' ?
this week by Ruby Johns, own6rVandopierator ZF USE
complete treat-
,.,. leave-" our shop feeling! that' we of.. your_ children.. Be surgJ! reconditioning -
of ,the ever- ment well ,individual< hair
have taken'pei'sonil t"maresin bring them alf in this"weekeid as as ;
WESTERNDUNGAREES popular R .U ,B Y JOHNS shaping, and personalized styling ,
making you look your best. and let Smitty and his associates
Boys'IVY v
BEAUTY ISALON'on South ." Sun and wind are hard on
Smitty's popular shop is turn them out looking their neat-

roomy and always ..comfortable.r est and handsomest. for the open- Thompson St. the'skin also, and RUBY'JOHNS Wt E f

LEAGUEPANTS 1L cool in summer and warm in ing'.of. school. next ,week,"< "A visit:to"'our salon during BEAUTY SALON has the remedy fI
n ki this pre-schqpl i weekend woulddo i for that in'special skin-con- .

wonders/fbr; any girl's mo- ditioning Merle Norman Cos-

Lawson's Market & Cold StorageHas ale-: no matter what her age- metics. fTARKE WI'J

i and get he%;off to a good start Remember-it is never to soon .

\ no when the: school bells .ring again, to':start educating' young
2 Fine Line Of Meats And ProduceOf "\
., .. .""- next Mrs. Johns Monday morning declares ladies in' the proper habits of BUILDERS SUPPLIES I
\.r'" beauty culture and'care of
Black & Tan course, we are all proud spend valuable time ,and money And don't' be afraid of the ex hands, nails, 'skin, hair etc. The ego =
Sizes 4-16 Double Knee that our home economics de- dashing around .to several storesto pense-no matter' how many accommodating staff at RUBY j.a i <5 ifi31F

1.69 Sizes 4-16 partment at Bradford High get your meats and groceries little future Beauty Queens JOHNS SALON is, always glad

School has been enlarged and when you can, get everything you might have in the family. to assist mothers of teenagers;. .

improved this summer so that one time at LawsOn's.No Just to prove you can be beau- and little tots too, with helpful .

Boys Short Sleeve, WE CARRY these students will get more school child's, meal is tiful and economical at the same suggestions along this line. ...
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SPORT SHIRTS LEVISFOR at school. And nothingcan kind of nourishing meat-the

be more important than body's chief source of protein.)

teaching our young girls how to LAWSON'S invites mothers of

be successful homemakers when school children to come in daily 2

Q99c .yy the time comes for them to es- and select their meats and poul-

'. tatlish: homes of their own. They try from a large variety of 1957'S.blggest'sb <
will be learning the different choice'cuts on display in our

cuts of meats and how to best clean and sanitary market.. There

prepare the fine meats that is' no economy in buying inferior

Patterns they will be able to buy at LAW.SONS grades of meat, poultry, and + heart-stealer I I.r If't"Y'

MARKET & GROCERY, other foodstuffs when youcan.

Sizes18... FOR MEN AND BOYS just like their mothers are buy- have the very best for even less .... .- -
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BOYS' and GIRLS' order to be of better and We invite your inspection of

SHOES more complete service to the our facilities and merchandise. > ....-,."
say the Lawsons.. "If you want
housewife, Lawson's now has a i the best in meats, poultry, and
t grocery in connection with its I
groceries at :-prices you can
market, so you can get completefood aford to pay" you .will da well]

service and one-stop shop- to pay us a visit ,and let us fill ,

ping at Lawaon's. No need to your needs." ii B R r ,5..


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SADDLES SANDALS Mrs. Ed Simpson of the GEM priced start'as tow' aa$29.75': and '.
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advises parents to f are
we always glad to'make .
Jfied un.lII"fRII..
start the new school term right terms .
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'to' suit the' convenience' ot! 4.. : ) A4e.- tisa&teiw ban or b te #

) with,a nice BULOVA watch tot the-.customer;" x; ? pRI

every boy and girl in the family. Se our'' a4 y Y. + rrx'y ". Fords sculptured styling emits adms*-
EXTRA3JJJJjjBalance A reliable watch is a student'smoat attractive'window display l i ti r y f. ing glances at every turn.Toe aHnew'"Inner'
for other beautiful and '' ford" smootil, the !
valued friend and constant toughcf'roads.
useful giftsan
be" convinced
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companion Punctuality is one of you can choose V-8 tf
the that quality has' no' substitute "Six"power to meet your every BM&; ,
most important traits a
at GEM
young person can learn, and a JEWELRY; Handsome ; Come in and get to know aS of Ford1
of Our Summer good watch is the best way to pen- and" pencil S ts'are always i ",inningways... nd rtmI'mber' ,it'll.', i
teach popular with; ther busy student, I the lowest priced*of die low-price 3t'
it. There is no excuse then
aad.are
especially useful during -l'iaijirs..tI
to be late to classes or appoint- the aehool term. And when that I F.D.A.P. "" dtlitmtd mtxuiteitr frint**'
tix
k1DRESSES 00 ments. birthday rolls around nothing is 1
3 The GEM JEWELRY is now .
more suitable for either boy or ACTION TEST THE lOW-f RJOT ANSWER TO F"UJor' '
inviting everyone to come in fora girl than_ a beautiful birthstone RD
YOUR .cAU'WISJIIUIW 11X9 OF
FREE Watch checkup on the ring. GEM
also( has a beautiful 1
famous Watch Master. All work selection of Bond, Artcarved,
checked and timed with perfect American
Beauty-and Feature-
accuracy and absolute satisfaction Lock Interlocking- Diamond I II
guaranteed. Watch and re-
pair service at the GEM is Rings. Truly) ,. wfe'arV the" home. Andrews Motor Co. I

ROW! DEFT. STORE known'' far and wide for its high of fIhe'dia nnd"'.!'

standards, and owners of fine Get the habit of looking at f : .

watches in this area have come GEM JEWELRY1 firsL Tou'11.be 4 .

"The Store of Values" to depend on GEM for highest pleased' with our quality and IIADIS9NADAMS STS.' PHONE 118, STARKEIF: A.IP :.
quality service. price: We can truthfully say \ ..
"You will be surprised how that'e er customer gets what '

easy it is to own a nice' watch," he,wants at a price. he'caafford.: -... '' YOU'INTERESTED' ;.. : INAN, ,'-A-I, .USEDCAR.'. BE BURETO SEE YOUR- FORD" DEALER;
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St. Mark's Episcopal NORTH SIDE Lutheran' Services IllWAY CHAPEL LA1\'TEY CHURCH OF CHRIST FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
i BAPTIST CHURCH ASSEMBLY OF GOD (presently meeting in City Hall Corner Call & Christian Streets
122. E. Washington .St
Rev. MacBlain School 10 Morn- Sunday-Bible 10 J. E. Sherwood Pastor
Raymond t' Sunday a. m. study, a. m.
Lewis
Regular services will be held E. A. Pastor
Services at St. Mark's Episcopal ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training worship, 11 a. m.EveningYoung. Sunday School-10 a. m.
at 7:30, Sunday evening; at our Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning -
CHURCH NEWS Church will be a* follows: Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening Wor- people's Bible Lord's Supper tliaS a. m.
new 1.ocatiCJn. 122, E. Washington 11
Worship, a. m. Evangelistic
Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Church ship, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Street (near Walnut Street.) Service, 7:45 p. m. Thursday study, 7; preaching, 7:30. Preaching services-11:20 a. m.
I Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. Everyone Wednesday-Bible study 7:30 and 7
; School and Adult Class; 11a.m.-, The Rev. A. F. Gerbhardt pastor weekly prayer service. Invitation p. ra.
welcome.- E. C. Harvey, pastor. p. m. Junior Choir practice-
I pjn. Y. P. S. L. p. m.
il .. i of ,The First Jjutheran: Church extended to everyone. Radio Program; Station
Wednesday: 1:3ft Litany of Gainesville, will conduct the Wednesday.
p.m. -
NEW RIVER WRGR, Monday, 6:3p'a.. m. Ladies Council meets first and
:} Methodist Church At The TabernacleThe and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir services.All KLNGSIJCr LAKE
I, Practice. BAPTIST CHURCH persons without a home third Tuesdays at 8 p. m.

Services for Sunday, Sept. 1: First Sunday morning in 11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 a. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor- church are invited to attend.OP.AJIA31 MISSIONARY I BAPTISTSunday CHRISTIAN HAMPTON CHimCII Everybody? invited to all ser
shIp' Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Serv- School 9:45: a.m. Morn- vices.
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. September will be CommunionDay Holy Communion: 1st Sunday,
!I Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Rev. at the Fundamental Gospel awaits everyone. ...e. 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting eae. ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening Christian Endeavor, Friday, 7:30p. : PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
\ E. Lloyd Ferris of,Penney Farms Tabernacle and there will be a Wednesday 7<80 p. m. Everyone BAPTIST CHURCH Service 7:30 pjn. Prayer Meeting m. Bible Study, Wednesday, CHURCH
will Bible." Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning each Wednesday 7:20 p.m. Everyone 7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning Wor-
j bring the message, and JohnA. guest speaker.. The evening hour CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday School, 10a. m.: Morning
Torode Worship, 11 a. m. Training welcome.-:Rev. H. H. Mott, ship, 11 a. m. Evening Worship,
will preside. will be devoted to a Song Ser- Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic
I CHURCH OP GOD 6:30 Wor-. pastor. 7:30 p. m. Bible school, 10 a. m.
C. L. Union,, ra. Evening
Recreation time for MYF, 615; vice with a description of the Overtuff Jr., Minister p. services, 7:30 p. m.
f p. m. 'Dine-A-Mite for MYF. 6:45: old songs. The Primary Class is Sunday -_ Sunday School, 10a. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn ship, 7:20: p. m.- Rev.' W. O. Wednesday Prayer Meeting
I p. .m., MYF Worship Service, growing In numbers and Is m., morning service 11 a. m., ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday Collins, Sr., pastor.CHRISTIAN HIGHLAND 7:30 p. m.
I 7:15, showing the film, "You and eagerly looking forward to the evening service, 6:30: p. m. Evening Service 7:45 p. m. YPE BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST

I Your Friends." turn of its regular teacher, Mrs. Wednesday Bible study, 7:30p. : Service Wednesday, 7:45: p. m CHURCH Sunday School 9:45: a, m. LATTER DAY SAINTS EVERGREEN
Evening Worship 8 p. m. Dr. Florence Hippie, next Sunday. m. Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45: p. raLAWTCT Rev. J. t;. Sherwood Pastor Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and Services each Sunday In old BAPTIST CHURCH
F. 'W. Kokomoor professor of Bible School, 9:45 a. m. Morning 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each i Masonic Hall on E. Call St Sun. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach-
1 Mathematics at the Universityof St. Radio Program Station Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Worship, 11, a. m. YouthChurch Wednesday, ?:30 p. m. Rev. day School W a. m. SacrpmentService : ing 11 a. m. Training! Union 6:30:
Edward's
Florida will bring the mess Church WRCR. Sunday, 8:30: 9 a. m., Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Servo 6:30: p. m. All yaung George Chasm pastor. Everybody. fc20: p. m. Everyone well p. m. Preaching 7:21 p. m. Prayer
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age. Dr. Kokomoor is a local Sunday Masj at 9:15: a. m. Subject for the month 'The Ice Saturday, 7:30 p. m. people Invited. welcome. come. Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. -
Holy day masses, 6:20: a. m. and
elder in the Methodist Church .
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8:30: a. m.Children's .
,; and an ordained minister. He is
Catechism Cass each
serving the Spring Hill Methodist I
Wednesday at 3:15: p. m. -
Church. Jim Ritch will lead f' r _


in elde.Tuefday'the song-Official service and Board will meeting pre- William's(Follow( Keystone St.Sign.Hiway William's) HeightsAt 21 south Chapel to) St -' \ fnJte 1routroblems t 0 L'l{turck.this' iUeekn kuue fem erelt'


7:30 in the church ,
p. m. Sunday Mass 8 a. m. .. _._ __ __ __ L._ -
sanctuary. Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. .. \
Wednesday Prayer Meetingand Confessions before iJl Masses.
Bible. Study, 7:30 p. m. i

Thursday Chancel Choir rehearsal SEVENH DAY

7:30 p. m. ADVENTIST CHURCH
If you are without a church each
Services Sabbath In the &
home, you are invited to come home of S. N. Brown across from t\ i'VAT

and' worship with us every Sun Bethel Baptist Church east of \{
day. Visitors always welcome. Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m

j S Bible Study each Wednesday, ;,
BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 p. m.-Arden Mote, pastor. 5 lti."rtq

Rev. C. Bruce Stalling, pastor

Sunday School, 10 a. m.; mornIng R'vtc?:
worship, 11 a. m.; training YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester
union 7 p. m.; evening worship brook pruse-sise fountain pens II 1 Nt
8 p. m. pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Bradford

Wednesday-Hour of Prayer, County Telegraph. A .
8 p. m.

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Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 BARBER SHOP The Largest Animal That Ever Trod The Earth's Surface

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Dennis Smith a Dakota It !
Sermons 11:00 A.M.
Sunday : 8:00 P.M.
exact in detail to the animals it hat once inhabited some of our Western States. Scientists have GIB BROWN'SSERVICE
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union; 6:45 P.M.
\ been able to study fossil! remains and reconstruct these inainmouth, hundred foot long: reptiles In

Midweek) Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M.H..ar detail. The people who did this are true scientists. They have proved many truths of the Holy Bible STATION

r W. L. THIGPEN by their research. True science takes nothing for granted and its final discoveries are always right
the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH 3'
The Bible also Is right. It points to the right Way to live.

:11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. BUILDER The Church is an aid and an interpreter of the-right way of life In!>tead of being a hindrance

to modern science it cooperates. Science discovers and gives us the Tans of the Universe and the
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a church that will prove a valuable aid to everjone. If ,you have not already done so find the CENTER
church best suited to

t Madison Street Baptist ChurchPresently serve you. Fred' GraudonJOHN"A

HARDY BROTHERS
( Meeting\ Washington and Grand Sts.)


Good Singing Forceful PreachingEACH MOTOR CO. TORODE BROWNLEE


LORD'S DAY & CHASTEEN


Sunday School _________-,.___________ 9:45: A.M. DISTRIBUTOR FOR ; Your Checkerboard Daeler
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Morning Worship _______________11:00 A.M. THE COMMUNITY ,: ; ;
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Training Union ______________________ 6:45 P.M. STATE BANK GASOLINE"r '

Evening Worship _______________ 8:00 P.M. GREASE VOLLEY STARLING'S
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Visitor, Neighbor, Friend Let This Be A Cordial Invitation LUBRICATINGOILS' -; ,

To 'orship In Starke's Youngest Church MINERAL. .I
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h. Nursery open for all services Room for' all. I WARREN'SSUPER i SPIRITS" ;.: -..

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REV. JACK H. MABRY, JR., Pastor. SHELL STATIONBULLINGTON'S .

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'PAA11'1'R>tl ,
' I v.nrlmrtrft ki .t.----' ..= ., uncle ant, '-SW.!; iCf.TS Mrs.c of the entomology divisionof that the 'Caterpillar machine..dtf
ftlnc New President I I head
*t B GI; 1! Sir/and'ilff.: Carl Edwards of Joe Mood /simmV 3rmother. I the State Health Department not exactly meet the specifications -
I Camp Wheeler, ''Ga.: were' -weekend Mrs Ella Moody, visited"' them J I IJ '
when they accepted it at
AND NEW RIVER turned thumbs down ,,on .the bid {
of Mrs Murlie Crews.
guests, from Thursday to Saturday alap.
1 the fast; meeting, .buti'ileyj want
*x Out of town guests attending Mrs. Ida Moody and Mr. and of $14, 503.50. for a Caterpillar. '
Mn. E. A. ahead "on the hopes that it..f oul4.
BappAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ,
last 1!I
iho Jones-Merritt 'wedding '
Mrs. Troy Dukes were visiting bulldozer.; considered (f equivalent.l -
Sunday were Benny"Jlerritt and: Mr and Mrs. Mannie, Raulersonin
J Mulrennan's reason. .was that
son of St. Petersburg, Mrs. Let- : Jacksonville last Sunday. The bulldozer is the piiepiece
Our community was saddened 'tie Hucklesby and Miss PeggiePadgett : lie could not legally approve the of equipment needed to !p*

j lalt t wick by the' death of one of of Wildwodd,' and 'Mr. Little Mike Sapp of his Palatka _...: ; bid because, it did not fit the erate the sanitary land fill ,for

our beloved'' citizens., 'James 'La and Mrs. Ted Cook and childrenof spent parents last, the week E. with A. Sappr.grand-Sun .Wherein. 'the 'swiftly passing r ; : i iI specifications. The s'p&ificatfoneas closed garbage disposal, the solution.

vender. He' had'lived 'heoff I Jacksonville. day visitors of the Sapps were summer days bring me great joy i written automatically adopted; by the Council to answer ;

and 'on for several years and win : It's back to work again for Mrs."Leslie Sapp and mother We use the new chapel, and: 'I out all bids except'' an Interna-. protest ,about the ..unsafttitary ,
be greatly missed. Our sympathygoes i Mrs. Jessie Lazenby as she left Mrs. 'Setg, of' tJainesville, and prepare- food, for the coming tional, a machine favored' by the condition of the new'! ta'.r.
to all of;the family. Friday for Homestead Her Mr. and Mrs: Pete Sapp of 'Pa'atka. winter. state unit because of features bage dump.

Mr. .and Mrs M, L. Johns, Jr. I school begins in a few days. Without her gentle. touch this they considered advantageous. to 'The land fill program Is scheduled
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and children visited Mr. and. Little Sammy Moods spent Mrs. Meadows Anderson and land T j sanitary 'fill work. to get underway jn October,
Mrs. Nelson Dekle in Jackson- last week in'Tavares with his children have returned to their 'Would still be wilderness On advice from Mulrennan'

--------._. ,......--. .---.--.........- home in Deland after spending With ut' her courage. and ,her, | r that such a bid would be accepted WORTHLESS JIECK: '
; several weeks with Mrs. faith, the Council voted to draw '
it f.t.i% t1fJtfk} ; "AWWiT.llli; li Moody, Mrs. ,Anderson's 'mother Emily, : The vision that could bless 1 tip new specifications to fit the I.W43placed! ;

...,.... ..:....................... .............................. lira. Minnie Granger; returned The darkest. .night with 'raysof Caterpillar machine and ask for \
with them 'for an 'extended visit. hope; : bids. Mulrennan said that hi? Gidderns. He is accused of,passing -

;::4Y Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Johns of The" will to carry on. < department would approve. such a $40 worthless check to .p.B .

Alachua' were visiting Mr. and The men who came: ''to, homestead I a' bid. Colson & Son. Bond has .been

} Mrs. Lester Johns Sunday after. here In, recent installation cere- Council members;were aware set at $150. (
noon. Could not have faced the I
4Q dawn. 1'I monies the retiring BPW president n .. __

4 6. ing Mrs.a few Mary'daysVisit'with Snowden is enjoy-"her -Catherine E. Berrv. ; i.!! Miss Della Rosenberg (left) '"..... ,,=- ..

: The above is a tributeto turned ,the organization's gavel
: daughter, Mrs. Ethel poem
Johnson, inainesville.
., Q G the pioneer women who helped over to the new president for The Best Place To Buy and Bank .

..f.:.t...mn.......:. .I........ttt.. ..1 settle the homesteads out here ; the 1957-58, :Miss Florence Jennings ., *> -
Mii ) ... ....TytyYttYYYf In 'this'west. So many we" 'bury ..
tll1fjj............1..:... .:... .. .." ..j y are' 'children of "those hardy Is At Your, HomeTown "
: b NORTH SIDE faithfuT people'who took up the Council's' Dozer .

:f '. tillllj homesteads ,here'after the Civil 4 *

.......................t..;... .'l.r{ti?{;?.I:.,:.. ;:.... 87' Mrs. Carl Brown vacation War. We stopping have young to look,people on REMEMBER: Nothing ever i paid greater dividends ort ..
-- up reCords -
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Bid
\\l ltt t\m\ r ...::::::::::::::;.:.......... ...........'. \\Uj n juti lh .. &&& & & &aAA ew I 'of their 'tn est rS' buried Is Rejected more handsome returns thanbeing loyal to your 1 o e '

1 1 1j I 1 jll j 1 j1j j11ili: j 11!!'j f 1[t! it j1j1i1! tti!\ ;i!jj1 1jjl! 1j 1 j wfi;E The rth Side UtMu met:. Ico'mpared here! This Is'still to easte'rn'a sew fafes.countrj'We town. !4;))?

..., ..}.:.....,........,jb....:.:..;........:...........:....... ..........::.:::.:.......,. .....'.....'' Mehday:night, Ati #."'Ailladies : stiirhave schools' and" >By> State Unit .
:::1 :: j :jjj:: :i:ijj::::jjjjMJM::: jj:: -::::: }mj::jj::::j::: :::1:: ::::;:;::t:t.: :i : :::;:;:fJf.;; : ., \are 'invited. t bring a 'hydrated was Offereit"ool country. ;t<< i i,1' '
4 food! old Christmas ca'fds, ror ; a' country 'jcti ol .
any 'items for"Christmas"pact with' about thirteen epu' li is The, bulldozer bid recently given
A M P. M l ns. 1 1R
: or ,, we 'ivef ages:for'-Missions"'T>y Sept, .1.::Thfe three miles out 'of town: .* ''How ''1would'have : the nod' by tire City Councilfor

next meeting will be the'2nd' and loved 'to teach it, ;but the sanitary land fill program -
16th of'September.; Any parcels. ; Don 'needs'me'.athome., : Sometime ) has failed to gain the "approval
top priority
you are' to-be: :given to WMU preen '.I may :teach "a year or so of the state unit which

ileht; biro. 'Oi- ne Cowart, or.Mrs.M. before.'I.: get'tfoo1.6ld vJt 'was won supervises the program, the
'tVhatevet the thne whatever yout need fat insurance .' tl ''McDahiel.-.- All '0 <
ladies are derful l to'know'that: f am heeded Council learned last week. I M r +
lefviee,W fe Iud) to lend a helping hand.We're here t feiv urgedto attend these meetings.. and the. childrtristbye. ins, '.. City Clerk Carl Johns relayed .

:| e you SAtind advice in the selection of insurance for
9,4ushome' your carr your family or your.business. .a., soclationai: ; 'Sunday: Thursday'night School' 'meethg2waVheld'iast -., ; nd."used the newchapel.Thday'.was "", -' ..... THE COMMUNITY STATE
in t) help J out to case of trouble hot;"but''we had the BAWK.I
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: at "Blaclc 'Pond Church. Attending codling' system 'on'and 'If kept BENEFIT I DANCEFOR i "
from .North Side were Mr.. '
"t '' the chapel I. nice and cool.- I 'did j I
and 'Mrs. Truman OF STARKE
Norman, Mr.
lh1. not get so tired 'as"I usually' do, ,
and Mrs. Ossie Norman,' 1tis.Gladys' .
H.C. %WALL because of otit new convenience's. THE
AGENCY Carter, Mr. and Mrs. .Carl This winter' Don says'we will "

,J t :. STARKE Brown S. C.Eddie Harley CharlesS have our' hew apartment'over the CIVIL AIR PATROL "A PAR BANK"BANK
pp;- and Harvey. The chapeltinished'and: get new furniture f t".
Attendance ,,
Banner 'waa'carried I and live in 'it "next"sum '
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home 'by the Island Grove mer. ''It'wilt'be air conditioned \ Music By The
pallyi Church with 51 BY MAIL Use service. It's
present., the same as the chapel. God'is our bank-by-mail'

I *Wwntifil the. Hartford- Fife Insurance Co Baptismal l services were .held .good.. DIXIE'RBY.THM BOYS .Free, ,Safe, and Convenient.r
Sunday' afternoon Ba.-fess
: My garden has provided us
Highway. 'We sincerely bankthem' with an'abundance of good" vegetables : "When you are busy, your bank is just as near as your

w SAMPLE BALLOT U 'j. for the use of their 'f bap' r'have made _-sauerkraut, mail box. ,
tistry. and frozen green beans anii"'com. .
GENERAL ELECTIO The Intermediate .Sunday I made dill pickles' and 'a six
School class! enjoyed a jiicnicand .. OUR MODERN BANKING FACILITIES WERE
gallon jar of'sweet chunk
S tBrkef :Bradford County Florida pick-I KEYSTONE INSTALLED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
'a trip to the JacksonvilleZoo les. I just cover"the. jar 4i ell and. ." AIRPARK
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l'.sEPTElIBER 10, 1957To on Wednesday of .last week. -
they a keep _well 'in the sweet, '
Accompanying' members of the Saturday flight August 31 .. 8 Till 12 F.ri.I.C.-Each
vote for',person whose .name is printed on the lass'wire spicy vinegar. They are'easy to MEMBER Account is insured. up to
their teacher, Mrs. use from e big jar. I have'pul] i '
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ballot markAa ci'o5aXO in the.square. ,at t .e."Rlq.HJ'O.flhe .Arene 'Cowarf, 'Mr.:'and Mrs. : L, I th $1.00 Single .. $1.50 I 1000000.
: name! of the person for whom you desIre to vote: df. '- ,-and*' *.-.'Dirs..v i "nmcDaniel Va- one ecjt half.ojgigns-and of the potatoes.dug about Have; ,,, ..1L' ..... -. ': ", ,' ./:Couple ,

., :. Eva Whitaker. Iota -ot 'nke tomatoes. I made f : w : : = ,.
FOR MAYOR Rev: E. c. Harvey co ductedrevIval come, juice and plan to make I. '
services fa'
Olustee last catsup now next week.
Forfwo: Vote for One week; Several members' from At about 11:30: to-day I went

i I. .I North Monday 'and Side attended services' in the pickup truck to a town "

WI I.u1 T. (BILLY) JACKSON I.I I. Mr.: and Mrr Saturday nights. i about 11 miles from here that Comes Inv
c. L. Clark and was "IJis Ship
:haying
I I __ .. brother a sale pn print 'by i
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: Foy Clark spent Sunday, the yard. I .wanted some for
j.. It WAINWRIGHT '. :1 with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark. : quilts and aprons. I found some
Mr. and .
Mr Ossis Norman. '
I very of
pretty good quality for
were visiting in .'Jacks nville
a'reasonable
.t I Wednesday of last week. tipf. there price/It":alone'did Was furidriving1 not"drive1 .,.,,- -.. .,.
I. Mr. and Mrs. Bland Matthewsof I" .' ,. .
fast.
I. Just'went at\a, safe .
FOR ALDERMAN Jacksonville
spent the weekend

speed .and noted the large soils
with her mother, 'Mrs.: '$ h .
ar .
For two.Years Vote for Two Alvarez. JV fields The big 'ears' were hang ; .' ,,..
ing1 down is if the farmers ;
'Wou1.h
Sorry that Mr& G. L, Sapp -
I'E.CLARK J / on the sick'' list this week:? is-: i.e'b'um >er. crop ,The .alfalfa. .- ,
: 'Was cut ana most of it in stacks
brbafed.1! t saw tat'cattle munch-
.
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J.: D: DOYLE .' : : f.:1: Local FF A-'er Wins ing 'at' feedMroigh:. "The''farina .

Trip To look neat with painted Kousi,
-, ,: ConventionAnthony modern. ,
.withplenty' of
/ I large
JOIINS -
RUBY B.
barns, cribs, poultry,
Crawford member of houses and
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the local FFA string band, has hog houses. An air of prosperity .
:.
J IrES A. LEWIS 'I j been selected to play in the National prevailed' with nice automobiles. >-.'.''.' :]

'. : I FFA Band at the national trucks ;and farm machinery,, ;
convention There has been a drouth out- here a-T:
I in Kansas City dming
I : : the week of Oct. 14, FF A for two years, but this"year has' -.--'---- .F -'' 'p _.

advisor Joe Wood slid this week. been' good. .. 4 S
'ct / j? I I I "This means that the state association I ton back agafn. The door bell _
.,tang and il w'as
I will i a good friend to .
finance his Y
: t .. trip to"say "Goodbye.! She'ia, ;'1. .
FOR ALDERMAN' the convention" Wood said. >leaving .m P.. .
the morning for California. ; r ...... _
Crawford She '
For ,One Year Yote for One plays.will the bass homo is a widow and a school teacher. 'J ,4 ::f I .
; Crawford represent the K
We, buried. her mother this '. ?'
Starke summer -
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I Chapter. Four boys
.win '
-aRADAL j will miss her but;she. Jiaj IL
( ) I ners of the state su1ne"-Judging -- 4 ; I ,I
j. I I -- ,-. 'tOO pr dmised'to \trit ..
i. .: contest hart already"been'awafded fcLPFUL: JUNTS. .
uo. :: When in _
rEwtLL LAWSON I trips to the convention' They heed' bf 'a: deodorant_ tryrufcbfag 1: T': ?4F
;, are T.. j] Mann J. T; :ParrisJohn h, baking soda' uri
.. -Iii. i I I Stern.Allen Stern Shadd was not'and'on*the'rorIglnai Roland' -' !imPa r bath,-! 'aSh That!.'of.vtl aprika.I take awa Place? ih all#;;. {,i

} team, but hag been naieel odor' ..String 'bgg'jucb
.. FOR -CHIEF .POLICE a i
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OF po '
,' as an. alternate. < tatoes and' 4 .s
,1 oranges come in good .
ForTwo; Years Vote,for One for. storing' children's togs Hang ... a
j I WANTED -Clean CottiJfo Ri p" on low hooks.; The children
$ i Y f fY. Pink, No Shirts, Hostile, easily' 'fnd} can Winner of the
11 what Left'1f'rightf REV. PACKHAM Boat
:} I they want ,
c. (BILL) LAINEW. ,_ Clean. Bradford County"':Telegraph. PINEAPPLE AND CHEESfe

.-- -- ---- SALADFor and Saturday night August 24th at
.td'Qtor Trailery ,
TH RNTt': :: I I a quick summer salad. ( ,. .given away .
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: % .' .. 1... -.' 1 i._ ... ;.-. t Have chilled.pineapples>ptacr' *sifter*., from"can' the ,Imperial" Service Station, 1575. North Temple Avenue (UcS..
; 'a .
: I ,I FOR YOUR 6I spoon of .....

HOME WATER : cottage cenw l cheese the pineapple in the hole fa ,301) ;,.. Helen Smith, presenting fye winning ticket --- and Mr. Ed
c1R CITY CLERK TREASURER. TAX'A SESSORAND. Add a .
? ; teaspoon
of _
1 :' mayonnaise dressing Hall Station ', r "J '
..TAX ,CQLLfCTOR; I SYSTEMS ont. a leaf of i lettuce an,a.. mid .: i! Manager. -
j I plates.Here., .. Tri ; ...... ; ,
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oriTwo Vote for One I 2 INCH WELLSOR is a prayer
by Robert
i w.IE : LARGER Louis Stevenson. He
I.. was a great
), R RILLEPWARDS I Repairs' On All Make >EDgJia writer.-lt trg 'ror-l i -
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-: t ; : all/today.
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"CA JOHNS . I I : Pumps in We thank Thee' for this place i
.. Financing Available which we dwell; for the love AL
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r-I iw that unites us; for the : MPER
:,w, --' I All Work. Guaranteed corded 'u$ each day; fore peace hope ac

Call GRanite 55123 or with' which. we.expect the mor- ,,

POVIDING FOR ELEGTIONTO. CITY cp UNCIL, GRanite. .... 52962 .1 .row; 'Tor the -1 iealth, the work
the food
1 'BY GR UPS .' 1 ; ; an the bright. Vkles
Or Write thafnfake our lives delightful i
; SYSTEM
':For Providing- orRlection. 'To-,City, council + for our friends in all parts of the! TATION
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, store building wai' damaged bya their guests spent Sunday at County Jud e of Bidt pr. p'1"SQRt 1 .claiming I ;,, anj-.interest//; in Cosnty.i Florida and the seal oft fenses to the complaint in said setutive .weeks id the J3r.dor4I :
Florida'-. the undersigned, as .;&:'j the hereinafter.described i property raid Court at Starke Bradford!cause, in the office of the under-j 1 I County Telegraph. Apub.i n ::poip'r
hurricane in 1948, and the present edar Key. I, ministrator of the Estate ef by,- throughnnder or'against each Countf. Florida, on the 9th' day of signed Clerk of said Court atStark. =bed in Bradford Coitoty;" '

I HAMPTONBy i building replaced it that R. C. Williams of Tampa' was lin offer,C at Hollingsworth 11 o'clock ajn., deceased.,on the, such!.,deceased- r--'toe a&known; heirs, ,August: 'A.D. 197.CH.kRLES'. ., Florida on or before the Florida auu navin a -nral Ircula'Ion f
devisees, DARBY. *
grantees lienprs 'credi A.
I .. Kth day of September. 19S7, and to In am uwnty. '
I L. D. Underwood operate day of September, 1957. for public
year. ji Hampton last week nt. to ge't:11s I tors or other persons claiming;any Clerk 'of Cirrult Conn of thereof on Hollis V. WITNESS my han4s! Cl"rfc of
serve a
1949 to 1952 and sale! the following, ,described .real interest .la the. .. described copy ,
the store from .hereinafter Bradford County Florida.
t of Bradford
whose said Court County.
Bin. D. E. IXffl Morris : wife and son, who .spent last property to-wit: property ,by.;.::,through,' under (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Knight address plaintiffs is Starke attorney Florida on or Florida. and the seal of said
.t. Mr. and :Mrs. Albert con week here with her parents, the The South 20 feet of the East or against Robert M. Smith, Route V. Knight before said date, as required by Court at Starke, Bradford County
hAA&AALAAAAAAALLA&LALAAh ducted the business for several I. W. Homes. They all returned 4>H feet of Lots 1 and 3 In deceased-.The. -' Florida Land and :Attorney* tot .Plaintiff. the laws of Florida and the 19S4 Florida, On the lith day ot Au
months last :X!I cb 18 in the Town'*t Starke, Immigration Company., .a"...corsoratlon I --: Florida Rules of Civil Procedure.If gust A.D. 1957. .
BRIDAL HONORSNORMA year. Sunday. Florida more particularly described Essex Royaltyifiorporation, a '
I SHOWER tome SEAL
COURT )
IN! "TfiB cmcriT OtBT OF 'you fail to do so, a 'decree pro (CIRCUIT
MEETS AT CHTJMiJfl 'U commencing- Scorner : Delewar. corporation with its eonfesso will be entered against CHARLES A. DARBY
JEAN FAILE WMU Mr. and Mrs. George F. Wai- of the East. 48 feet of principal office In Kennedy Build BRADFORD COVSTY, FLORIDA for the relief demanded In Clerk of Circuit Court of
Mrs. Bob Faile. the former Women of the WMU of Hampton tord and daughter moved larJ Lots 1 and 3 In Block ,18 In, the ing. Tulsa Oklahoma; and to all IX CH4XCERYCase No. 12-312 loa the complaint. Bradford County Florida l' '
Church met Thursday Town of Starke Florida and Baptist Neek from the Claude May house: ELBERTIt SMITH.Pluintiff hereby
Norm Jean Jones, was honored run -North 20 feet. thence West interest in or, ta the .following shall be pub Attorney for Plaintiff.
with a bridal shower at Hampton -: evening, Aug. 22, for their next door to the house recently 46 H feet theno Seuta SO feet, lands situate In Bradford County, 'vs. 'order lished and once notice a week for four con-? 8-46-It-9-6
thence East 46 H feet to pointof
Florida, to-wlt:
I City Hall on Thursday evening regular monthly meeting witV 'acated by Mr. and Mrs. M. p _heetnnlnjr.' fronting .'on WaU' Begin at a concrete monument ,.CATHAltmX\W.l FEARING' et all I
! eight members present. Misner.Mr. nut Street nteet, situate, ry' at the corner common to See- Defendants. .
Aug. 22.Approximately. Charles Hicks presentedthe lag and being In Bradford County ti6ns 8./: 1.- 18 and 17 In Twp. .6 ORDER OF prBLICATIOX AND
, 50. guests were Mrs. aid Mrs. Frank' Williams FlorIda 3. R. ,2!( E, thence *un South NOTICE TO DEFEND
program "Giving the Waterof drove to Orlando last weekendo said sale to be subject to- tAe following 88!! degrees 14 minutes, 20 seconds IN THE NAME OF THE STATE BiG'
present for games and opening Life in Europe," on European terms and, conditions: ... West along the, line dl- OF FLORIDA WE CAN SAVE YOU
J. G.; Broome borne' and To Catharine W. Fearing, Har-
of gifts. Game prizes were awarded take. 1. The sale price shall be subjectto vidlngrraforeald Sec 8 and' 17,
missions. The study and prayerfor had ,the _approval' of tbe' CountsIudges.Court. idistance of :1351.21 feet to an riot W Fearing Mrs. A. L. Scott
their who
to Miss Jessie Brannen Florida State :Missions will get son, Jimmy, iron stake run thence' South I If alive, and: If any of. the' above MONEY ON A MERCURYTHEBIGM

of Bartow Mrs. Donald Slade, ?pent the weekend'with his un- 2. Title will be conveyed by. Warranty 3 ,degrees, 18 minutes, 30 .sec. named persons be dead then his .
be held at the church on Tuesday :le'and- aunt Mr. and' Mrs. Deed subject only to that Qnds East a. distance of 678.03! unknown heirs d .
I and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth. Bouquets evening, S&pt 10, at 7:30 certain. mortgage da.ed the ith'..day feet to a' post; run L thence evlsees, legatees
of roses day lilies and hydrangea James Broome.. !of .November,. 1954 and recorded at .NorUt |7 degrees, minutes, grantees lienors. creditors or other -
p. ra. : Mortgage Book U..lla.e&-'UI.. ?- 19 seconds East. a. distance of persons calming any interestin
decorated the tables and PERSONALSLinda 3. the sale ,will be-. for, cash, .or U1 .17 feet to a concrete monument : the her lnafter'' decrib cl property
the room. and corsages of roses vTymVYyyyyyyyvyyyyyyvlCLAY. .. at .the.option of the Administrator, on the line dividing Hide by, through under or against
Brookins and Loretta I be may .require a down payment $ ,16 and ,17:. run thence each such deceased. The Florida
were presented "to the guest of Childs are spending two weeks of 1Q per .eent.(U%J,. on,'the day:. North', 87 degrees 0 minutes Land and Immigration Company,
honor', her mother, Mrs. Raleigh HILL of the sale, and the balance of,the East a distance of 1313.S8 feet a L corporation and all persons hav-
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in :Melbourne with Mr. and Mrs. payment be made at the'time'of to a, post; run thence North I nf or claiming any right title or
t Brannen. and grandmothers. Kenneth Russ. Mrs. Russ and .. closing of .th& sale. *I degrees 13 minutes East a distance Interest in or to the following
" and' J. -- 4. The Admlnlst tor' .win enter' leads situate in Bradford County,
Mrs. Nora Layfield Mrs. :Miss Brookins are sisters. b, tin. t. L. MmCIdidiin I of >(2I.69 feet to a con-
into a contract for sale to carry on.the dividing Florida. to-wit:
I erete.,l nvnunieat line -
J, Brannen.: Mr. and Mrs. James Baker of &A&&A.&A&&Ai&&A. out rtba purpose and intent of pie. said See. 9 and 18: continue From the point -of the Intersection -
&_ & Court Order; ,which'contract will i of the South line of
thence North degrees
Refreshments of cake and Detroit, Mich are the parents'of ; Brownlee Street which is also .
; include .the: ordinary provisions relating I 13 minutes Cast: a distance et
punch ,were served by the hostesses a son, Michael James, born Tuesdays Padgett celebrated her to the sale of real property.By I 725.95 feet to a post; run State Road. 16 and was for '. -

: Mrs. T. F. Brown, Mr$. L. ;Aug. 20, in Detroit Mrs, 9th birthday on Friday, .Aagrl: 23, ; Joseph Administrator McGowan Miller, Attorneyfor Bldg c .. thence minutes South.jVest.a 87, distance degrees, 1 of? merly Starke 10th, Florida Street), in-with the Cityof the

1,. Hall, Mrs. V. J. Slade, Mrs. Baker is the former Doria Parker -; with a party for 17 young 11: West University Avenue, UnSf feet toa post on the Easterly UnI or the right! ofway .

Ola M. Perkins Mrs.: C. .May, and Mr. and Mrs. Hershel fri nds. After.aeveral' garnet refreshments ', 'Gainesville. Florida' ,. .,.r;" line' dividing said sections ..9and,9'un of State Temple Road Avenue 200( ,for alsobeing a
9/28 4t Sftt
Mrs. D. H. Crawford, and Mrs. Parker of Hampton are grand, of ice: cream and .._,_,, ,'' 99 minutes thence South East along 1 degree POI);,..01' BEnncmNG.'thence '

cake were served., ._ : ... last aforesaid 'section line a run South 72 degrees 17 minutes
M. P. Mianer.HAMPTON parents. Michael weighed seven .. JlOTlcm .APPWAR JCast! and along the South :
r distance'of, C.98.71 feet .to a.
SCHOOL NEWS pounds ,.s ven oun es at birth: Mrs. Luctte Stoughton andgrinddanghter I* Clremlt.' Chancery.Cart, Bradford.. C.aty.FI.rtd > point of. beginning; situate In line .()f Brdwnle'e Street., thence fordistacce a ... ,

The ,957-58 term of Hampton an is tfe first child for Mr: and and Mrs. Verdier Rose, Teal. Plaintiff.: vs..Donald D. gW% 'of said Sec. .9. NW% of run Sooth of 17 102.23 degrees' .feet 44 minutes -' .... .
See. ef said
Bald and NEK -
Elementary School will begin Mrs. Baker. Wells alLot Jacksonville, were Teal Defendant -16.' IS seconds West for' a
: Sec 17;. .
Case No.: 12-334 .
thence
distance f 100.07 feet
Tuesda Sept. 3 at 8:15: a. m. Carol Ann and Sharon May guests of Mr.., and Mrs. Ernie Not!*.'?.' Appear GREETINGS: You are hereby run North t> "72 degrees J4 minutes -

School will be in' session all d? Birt of St.' Petersburg spent two Padgett last Friday. To: Donald D. Teal whose ad notified Jhat' a.. suit In J>equttt has 45 seconds West for a distance :
dressISKDKI, St. Atbans HdspTtaV beep.brought: jlgalnst.you. and each $
of 102.14 feet to a point
and lunch will be served in the weeks near Hampton with Mr. W. B. England and nephew of Ward 143.. York.' New York., of you as defendants by Albert on. the Easterly line of Temple ,

cafeteria. School lunches this and Mrs. E. L. Blrt Their pa Florence, AlL were here last You are hereby notIfied that.;* Hartma&n as. curator of,the person Avenue thence run North 17 atl000,000 ,
suit for Divorce and restoration and property of Elizabeth Letsoh,
10 nds'
minutes
degrees sH
. yea will be 23c each per'day Instead rents, Mr. 'and Mrs. Albert Birt, week,visiting' his sick"son,' Willie' >of maiden name has been filed an incompetent as plaintiff. In the East ,and along: the Easterly

, of 20c as last year. Hampton came Tuesday of last week and England, and other relative*!! against, you in the above, named above the entitled 'Court and cause. ; llnei 1 of TempleAvenue w for a '
Court and cause and you are required that relief sought .in. said >suit distance of 190. fetto.: the
.la the last school in the took their daughters back home Mr. and *s. Homer Smith to serve a on.or your an: is to remove clouds from and quiet point of beginning; being all
I to advance the of swer :or pleading' to tha, complaint and confirm plamtirrs title to the \
county price with them on Wednesday.Mr. and of Lots 6 and 7, Block 'IS, of
daughter of Tampa, formerly on thPIintIlf'i'Attorney: above described lands asan indefeasible
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Temple's Addition to Starke,
lunches to 25c, according to Ola .and Mrs. Jim Goriey and of Highland, :were calling onfriends Lloyd Bass. 210, Clark Building", fee. simple title thereto Bradford County, FloVlda as TRADE-IN PAWIDtL.
M. ,Perkins principal. All other children of New Brunswick, N. week. ,Jacksonville Florida. .' against theclaims! ef you-a&d each per plat thereof recorded in
in this
j section last and: file original In the office .
of.
schools in advanced you; the county J. arrived Sunday evening for a of. the Clerk of the Circuit Courton' summoned ordered and .'
Graced.tang returned Saturday .. requtred 637 thereof of the ,current public ....' .
the price to 25c last year. she week's visit with Mrs. Gorley's from she or befort'the-.. 88r.-tf; aJ'! fir S Jft=. t ..lU*>you* it'wrltteaT '.a u wer or records- of Bradford Coun i :": : .
Tampa where has been 1957; otherwise the allegations of defenses to' the complaint i. ..
said: parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. ,C. Cox. visiting for several days.' Jiriimie said,Complaint will be taken as said cause' in- the office of tMnndersti'D84 ty. Floridaexcept thereof within- the the right portion NOW UNTIL AUGUST 3T Mercnry dealers aeros i&'

I .Registration fee this .year win :Mr. and Mr& Otis ,Forsyth and Lang, who has been in confessed by you, '. dirk ,of said Court at of way of State Roads 16 and nation are celebrating the succes of The Big M i'tj
Tampa .This.notice shall H publlife Stark., Florida, en, before the
be )2 This is used er 200, situate to the City of
I. per pupil. fee children have ,moved Into the an summer returned with',her. one* each waek for four consecutive 16th .day September.. 1957..and Starke, Bradford County, Flor- the greatest.sales,event in our history. We ere. ,(
to buy workbooks paper, art house owned by D. H. Crawfordnear weeks In the Bradford County Tel td serve a -c Jy thereof on HelMs ida '
material and other items which the Southern Railroad. We have;just learned that ,. ', V.'. Ksight..,... plaintitra attorney GREETINGS:,Ydu are hereby notified ( pared to give thousands. away every dayin.to4 4 j
I Mr. Irene Padgett will be' our cookat Dated this'17th day of Aug., .'1957., whose address Is starke Florida on that a suit ia equity has allowances. Your present car will never be worth e
pupils need during the school Forsyth is the son of Mr. and (OFFICIAL SEAL) or, beforesaid date, as required by been brought against you 'and '
year. Mrs. Joe of the school cafeteria this year. Charles A. ,Darby. _. the Laws' of Florida and"the list each of yon and also against Bradford much again!. So act now. Come in, drive 1yi iit I
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Forsyth ,Hampton. Clerk of,th Circuit
She' assisted Court Florjda Rule of, Civil Procedure County political subdivisionof
S venteen' beginning pupils They have been living in Jack- Daisy Lang last' By '.Virginia.F. .DarbY,,'.D pty..,Clerk It5 you fall to do7 SO,. a decree pro the State of Florida, and Cityof jour Mm brand new Big M, today.

have already registered for first sonville Beach, and have three year and knows just how to go 8/23.41 9/13 eonfesso will be,.entered, against Starke, a Florida municipal
about the' work. ...,-.. you for the relief' tfemanoea In corporation as defendants by' El-
grade and others are expected pre-school age children. Gertie Faireloth won TO .? ..__' the complaint bert H. Smith as plaintiff, in the
I to register .before the opening Mrs. Inez Alford of Jacksonville was' able. to ladwmit: eo.... .,..,.... CaatyFUrUai It '1>> hereby ordered that this above entitled Court and'cause: McGriff Mercury Motors I
date* come. to. the home'L of. her son, la ( .eaeery. order and notice _shall be pub that the relief sought in said
was a weekend visitor with Buddy Wilkinson Shirley 3!. Todd, Plaintiff, vs; lished .once a week' for four con suit is to remove clouds from and
.During the summer months Mr. and Mrs. George Saxon and from St. vititent's Charles S. Todd,. Defendant. secutive weeks in the Bradford quiet and confirm- plaintiffs title '
Hospital !l last Wil- County Telegraph, a to the above described lands 447Court.& Jefferson SUe
the roof? of the building has been 'Mr. and Mrs. Gene Btrt. Sunday. Case.No. 12-34S" published .in Bradford newspaper as Phone
lie England has"to remain Vatic T* Appear County an indefeasible fee simple title
repaired new blackboards have Sunday supper guests at the a few 'Tot Charles & 'Todd..'whose. resf- Florida and having- general. cir thereto' against the claims of you "
been installed and home of Mr. and George'Williams days, longer and. gain, 'more deuce and address Is:' Unkn -wft1. "' culation/in, said county. and each -of you; and you are here t Starke Florida '. I <
Mrs.
the sewage strength before You are hereby notifiedthat a WITNESS',m, hand. as Clerk of by summoned, ordered and required ,
.. system is now being overhauled. i. were Mr. and Mrs. Milton !- him. they win release:- ,'sult.for Divorce ., .. .: .J1.. said. : .CI eult'- ..Court: of Bradford to file your written.aD wer or de

All these f improvements were Mosher, who moved to hal been -nuo111"- you in ta4 ._ 11
above named Court ss4 lad '
I Rev. Herbert Hid onus t .
n
much needed. Starke last weekend from Eupo- the'sick .. was. on you are required to.ssrre a .o -. C -
PARKER SELLS STORE ria, Miss. list Thursday ilast roar itnswer or pleading to th. com*
week and could attend pla1 Mri:: and. Mrs.! C. H. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Barnes noj. pray* !OS'jIIK.; HSklpper,1\ %%1.' o.Flotids,
have er meeting:,.>We ,had 30 (present Tn}.., :Bulging.; Jackio7iville-ir2? ;
purchased the Parker Grocer and family have returned to at Long, Branch and 17" at' F1qr d1"'r ,...J\ : .' ,.f# ON, TIE: AIR SUNDAY /S PTEMBERt f!
; CJay1
West : : taOT.tiolf
). on Navarre St. in Hampton from Waukegah, HL, HilL > i.6"Ut tf tritiSai ia ofIB -
Rev. George Chum .
preached Clerkot 4h
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Circuit.Coufl'effjrt
I Hampton from John where
Parker, itt they have been for the .
for us 1a lt' "nighC bfo"re the 23: dar'ofrSjept'l3Mi': <; i. 1 -
t* Saturday : <
was: announced this last several '' i ,
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week.' I months. Mrs. Barnes' and Homer ? "their'Wfae' the' allegations of t IaW ; )
Smith will tbemessage '"
f ,The Campbells are from Okee- sister, Mrs. Will Lindsey of bring C'-4I""Jablt'.wm jb' taken: fin ioaf,la-> S "

ch tee,; and are living in a house Golden, Miss., is here visiting this Saturday:? Come ed'. ;.ITtU"aetlc 1St,od. s.vhan i'v/vabililH' : ,: : '/
out and hear 1' :
i trailer l behind the. store. I them. him and.'help us (ne* esok. ekkfor ;fptit eOesh.*< : tHANNEL; 12 TELEVISION, ;*
sing. We .
need .your voice. \ -. ttw wet1ti.1a'-Ui...Braflfofd_ CbIlDt.rallla" ;
r .!dI;: ,Parker has operated? the Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Crosby 'I. p :- -. ; .vS2V -' : /
7Dated-thisWf : ,
store ayXof/.Au 19SK .
: most of the time Pefrtne week -y. } to- ."
since of spent last ; (OFflctAl1 8fclL Caar 6I.t..u: ., _'. 1.'_. \:.,' ;"T ,.". 5- 5
1942, when hi purchased it from end in Hampton with the C. L. NOTICE TO AfPEAH Clerk of the Circuit Court 4 .c .

Mr! Ethel Tidwell. The first''Maya Mr. and Mrs. May and la Pieflda'I.r.lt. I.Courf Bradford c..f7. By' Marian-L., Crosby' Deputy Cle r' '

..4 Boyd T. .InhiUps'Cbsaery.! Plaintiff. :' ,"vs., 1't S t .""' :- 1/3'.4t"113. Watch For These Program Highlights Starting Sunday

Elalnt' Defendant., .-oT1Ct TO APPEAR : "

-,. 5...tk.To Case No:. 12-h&' Isi.=: .C..rt...ra4ferd* Casjaty: .. ........... '. .. -. ..
That's Our Business Appe.r. .. 1st Chasieery..
IIS I To: Elaine PniUipS.-: WhoM reslance Leo' Scott Brown. .;plaintiff,. >vs.Jane.QBrowfr.Def.ndnt. ; .

OJ 1 ,I .1 If It's Glass We Rave IU! dress is is: New 1'. O.York' Box and%68. whose Old ad- .= '
Chel- ", : .J i:,. Case:No 13333. I SUNDAY ON' CHANNEL 12 TV
CALL WRITE. VISIT I\t 4 Station. 2U, West! 11th Street, .'.rtf. T..AJvear : I S
New', York New York. ,To:.',Jane Q -;E'rown.. whose residence :i:30' PlZoO Parade (Color) 9:00 PM The Web: Mystery -
)u are hereby nollfiia <- "
that.
Is: P.affield Arms, "Sumter
Joe Peters Glass Co. la.suit been for Divorce South Carolina. -. ,4 .6:00 PM Silent Service 10:00 PM Local News, :Weather & Sports
filed Rains you1 In '
the
\ a.t.>ore named Court and .cause and .suit'Yon. for are: X hereby>iTorce,''notifiedthat" : a :8:00 PM No License To Kill (Color) 10:15 P Movie: The Foxes of Harrow : '
fvu are required to '
aenre a "
cepr of
I x FOR ANY GLASS .NEED; ,our answer on the or pleadlnr te the complaint above has ben named.filed Court against ani yen cane in'tbs and -- .' .

l We Design Modern Store Fronts Lloyd Bass 210 p&lntlf.Clark Attorney Building tsd' yeasts required to :serve'acopy .. MONDAY ON CHANNEL 12 TV '
of
Jacksonville. Florida your answer or pleading to
Just Mall ,Us A Pattern for'I aDd ">. the i orltlnaJta the u erflee,.! the. .complaint on 'the. PlalntiflT. 5:00 PM Popeye Playhouse:' Cartoons 8:00 PM Twenty-One: 'Jack Barry Quiz I.
I the Attorney Lloyd :'Bass, 21* Clark
Table Tops before Clerk the of the Clrettlt. Court. on or .Building- Jacksonville..Florida; 6:00 :PM .Local. News, Sports: &' Weather 10:00 PM Local I News, Sports & Weather

1313 N.W. 4tlt P1. GalMflrille FUu Pkofte FR. 24353 2Jrd day of Septethbir and file ta. originil n tat office ef '
otherwise- the afle-MaJ 1957 ot;amid the.Clerk of the Circuit Court,on>> or 6:30, PM. Movie: Drums Along the Mohawk 10:20 PM\ Movie: How Green Was My\ Valley: ,.t

Complaint will ., u*.* M eon.By before the 23rd day-of SepU 1957: '
fe otherwise the allegations of said -
you. .1 ; '
.T1$ nonce inau .ML: ,published Comlalnt.wlll' ba- taked- a..confess- TUESDAY ON CHANNEL 12 TV
nee each week for tout A6necutU. '4 by-you. r.V.: .' ,

LET US FIGURE ON YOUR NEXT *weeks raIh. in the Bradford tout- .. "T.... I each-week"This notice for shall, feat D* jutl'shed:.....lIlCutinwe one 7:$&'-PM Panic! Peter and the' Tiger 9:30 PM Highway Patrol: Broderick ,Crawford". .. '

Dated this d' ,y .. un: __* la the Bradford. Cowty Tele- 8:00'; PM Meet' MejQraw: Wild Autumn 10:00 PM Local l News, Sports & Weather
L (OFFICIAL aEAU.dl.j4. Zj It&-'n __ -. '
JOBFor Clerk of th. C' ?*.uit,Dart Court Dated this 17th.. :-d'ay .of August 9:00 Pl\1 Nat "king" Cole & Guests 10:20 PM Movie\ : The Golden Madonna .. :
BUILDING Bj Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerl 1957. '
I 8/23 - Charles Darby, T '
WEDNESDAY'ON CHANNEL 12 TV
Clerk of the Crrcnlt nrt. '
'...The Board CALL of FOR BIOS By Virginia. F.- Darby Depty. Clerk Touf.Ne'w Wlfe :tV' PM ThS) Is Your Life' -
,-.. County ,CommIssioners 8/23 4t 9/13 6:30 PM\ Studios, 9:00 : .

I 1. will receive of Bradford bids at County IIeo'o': Florida lock. '- 'Z:3O, PM Father Knows Best 10:00 PM ,Local News, Sports & Weather

Free ; ; for A.1T.the. Tuesday City of, September Starke under S, Jt\eir 1957 r... .WILLIAM f SOTICE T.OP.JACKSON.ELECTION MAYOR 8:00' PM Theatre: Ralph Bellamy (Color) 10:20 PM Movie: Never To Love '

Estimates Mosquito Control Program for the OF STARKE.;: FLORIDA, PY VIR- .'
following piece of equipment\ : TilE .OF .TltE AITTHORTTT. VF. TED ".
Oae (l) New Caterpillar Diesel IN ME. BY' LAW.. DO HEREBY THURSDAY ON CHANNEL 12 TV"'l .
,
Phone No. 955 TraxcavatoT.1 Series C, CALL ELECTION TO BE .
with the following attachments. : HELD AT- THE'-FIRE ''STATION O PM Crou iio-Mai Quiz Show SQO PM .
Crankcase Guard IN 'THE .AFORESAID TOWN B7 : ; .. : Rosemary ,Ctooney Show .. ,
493J Electric Starting System QUALIFrED -VOTERS ON TUBSDAT. J:30 PM Dragnet: Jack Webb 10:00 PM Local News Sports & Weather .
Hood Side Doors I SEPTEMBER I*. 1957. FORTH
Track: Roller Guards PURPOSE PF' ELECTING 8:60 ,PM\ .People's Choice: J. Cooper 10:20 PM Movie: Stranger On The Prowl .
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Blower TJt&.TOLLOWINGJFFICERS "" :S *,
Type Fan r .
f RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIALREPAIRS Full Flow Hydraulic Oil Tllter ONE MAYOR FOR 'TWO YEARS. '

Itt Cubic Bucket Yard General' ,Purpose "- ONB.'. 'rAXASSESSOR 1 CITY CLEJlK.- TREASURER. AND TAX- 7 FRIDAY ON CHANNEL 12 TV ;


V 15"Oil Triple Type Flywheel Grouser Tricks Clutch COLLECTOR Q' *S CWEP'FOR,op! TWO POLICE'YEARS.FOR fcOkPM Blondfe 'v t 9:00 PM Boxing. Saxton rs. Miceli -

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FOR TWO
: J. W THOMAS Construction The Board of County Commissioners yl.uIt : 8:00 PM\ On Trial Joseph Cotton 10:20 PM Movie Wing and A

-. ; the of right Bradford to reject County any reserves or- ONE ALDEjRJIAN- FOR- ONE : : < Prayer '." .... 'rt'-.

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I Charles A. Darby, CITY COUNCIL BY GROUPS.

Clerk Bradford Circuit County Court Florida. T1OS INSPECTORS. FOR SAID ELEC- 12115 PM Baseball: 'Yankees Washington! 7:00: PM The 'Julius .LaRosa Show ,. .

8/21 %t .fc30I .A CHARLES;- L. CROSBT,A; JR.HARDf' 5:30 PM' Grand' OJ OPfY' 10QOPM', \ Local News, Weather & Sport -'' -'

RAY STONE '6:30 PM PeopW' Are Fnnriy ;10:20: PM Movie: The Paradine. Case ,
\ TfcewClrc C.att of AP1u. SHELLIE A. HALL' h' ,
('...t7 FlorUat Im Cfw.rr. ERNESTINE DENMARK' -
Ethel >II.lmes. Plaintiff TS. tee WILLIAM KRONEXBERGER {- :

HUNDR'EDSof Roy Raich, Jr.. et aLXOTICE -TtSTMONT: WHEREOF, ., I '
OF cexaissie.VERS HEREUNTO BUBSCRIEE MY rt.l/S These Great Sftolvs\ EVERY W El &.ILl: :' NAME. .AND CAUSE: THE SEAL e. ;
Take Notice that the undersigned OF THE SAID TOWN TO BE ': ,l'-'

details are .managed and economically Court Commissioners in the above appointed entitled by cause, the 7th HEREUNTO DAY OF AFFIXED AUGUST.. .A.THIS D.. THa 1J57. 9:00 AM 'THE:ROMPER ROOM: Local Lire T elevision -&h Ol1ith Miss P nny. ',; : .

attended that only a trained! aid wilt in accordance, with, the.,Final (OFFICIAL SEAL} '- USD PW BRIDE.AND'GROOM: liB V. ]Wonderful Marriage Ceremony Pr grani. S, '
Decree entered by th Court WILLIAM T., JACKSON'ATTEST
on MAXOft
'' Careful,organization cu.tt: Jid When August '15th 1957 sen to the high- : < : 2dO.P; MA.Tfl TRE:' JphnOonteHosts( aFine Dramatic Program in Color! >-f-:-. "-

; thef urgent seed for serving i la" it est lands bidder situate for In caah Bradford the foliating Caunty. CARL. JOHNS.. CUT rlt.t9(1 CLERK 3:00 PM QUEEN ..:FOR, A DAY:., America's! .Most Heart-Warming, Television Program. ':,:... :

hand.DcWITT. Florida to-wit: : 4QQlPtI.HARR 'JOANr Comedienne Joan Davis Ina'La' gh-RlOt Every Day. '';'
N%. of SEH of NWtf at SectloB IJT THE CIR riT COTRT: OP THE f' ;
21. Township 7 South, Bang KICBTU. JrDIClAL CIRCCIT OP S 4:3o.P1I: SUSIE: Loveable Ann Southern.TV's Fav rite Se retary. ,

>3 East.- FLORIDA LV AJSD FOR BRAD- Favorite Cartoons fw Kids ftf AD I.Ages.Beginning __t. ;
POPEYE PLAYHOUSE .
C. JONES at public outcry at the South .front FORD COUXTYl IS CHAXCEBY 5:QG PM : ,1-

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door of county -eou.rthosia- > '- r-- 1S-311 ,:go) PM LOCAL NEWS SPORTS and WEAmER'with Complete Florida-Georgia Coverage '
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__ Starke Florida at 12 o'clocknoon HARTUANN aa'CuraUr '
on ,September. 4,, 1951,, ol friend I Dinxter Aiakluet Servk This August 19. 1957.' Elizabeth Letsdban.Iacometent ;; '. I -t. .. ,:'
A. Thomas, Sri 1- Daily Te/evis/on/ / Program Service.Sknday
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PAGE TWELVE BRADFORD COUNTY TOLE6BAFB, 8TARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY AtGtST3O: .. 1957KLAWTEY

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yyyy. y f ....... Durham of Jacksonville, Benton yvy yyyyyyy'yYyyyyyyyyyyy nie Harria home on a four-day and 'children of Baldwin visited PlaintiffVs. IB Circuit Court. Bradfer Commtr Starke. Florida and file the origi-
and Florida i IB ikaarerr. I nal in the office of the Clerk of
ind Terry Futch of Starke. e from the Veterans Hospital the Leonard Normana Sunday No. 12303 the Circuit Court on or before the,
,r (rs. Joyce Futch and P.alph1eJped Lake City last week. Hope he afternoon. SIMON Defendants.J. TEMPLE et al. Case 9th day of September, 1957; otherwise -
JAMES DANIEL SPIVEY.
Mta Elizabeth Terry MAXYILLEhas continue to improve as he Don't forget church and Sunday Order of rubliralloB and' Notice plaintiff \ Complaint the will allegations be taken of as con said

:lelebiate: her birthday on Thurs- been, he come home School. Visitors wel! TO DEFE.VDIN fessed by
Mn. so can always GENEVA MAE SPIVL"'. you.
By Joyce T. Flitch By Mrs. C. B. NolanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA THE NAME OF THE STATEOF
layIAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAI evening. for good. come. FLORIDA: Defendant.' Thi| notice shall be published
To Simon J. Temple Mariah L. OTICE' TO APPEAR once each wee for four
consecutive -
ATTENTION! Don't forget Mrs. J.' D. Parrish has been illand To: Geneva Mae Spivey, whose :
Thomas, S. F. Myers, Clara Elizabeth weeks in the BRADFORD
Mr G. W. Roberts and Mrs School begins Tuesday, Sept. 3. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Griffis and had togo: ...to a Starke,doctor v yyyyvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy: Rollins. Edna C. Rollins Ray-' rei-tdence. and'address is: UNKNOWN. COUNTY TELEGRAPH.

Mae Wells were in Gainesville 'jinch will be served in theafeteria Misses Mary Wilkes and Sandra twice .over the weekend. Hope m Qnd, H.and Rollins.'Andrew Wilbur Mace F. Rollins Rollins You are hereby not ifled that a 1957.Dated this 5th day of August "

date. she will be well soon 'if alive, and it of suit for DIVORCE has been filed
on Monday and made arrangements on this Ennis of Jacksonville visited at RISING any '" you in the above named (SEAL) '

for Mrs. Roberta amMrs. Mrs. Nellie Osteen of lampa, White Springs for several days Leslie Sweat: Jewel Higgin dead the above then to named his unknown persons heirs be'C' ourt and cause and you are required CHARLES A. ,DARBY,

Hubert Priest to bring :Mrs md Mrs. Lu Norman of Heil- last week. botham and Jo Ann Parrish By lGo on Jones d devisees legatees grantees creditors answer to or serve pleading a copy to the of complaint your- Dy Clerk Marian of the L.Circuit Crosby.Court I
T are w :re- visitors in Jacksonville Sat or other persons claiming any
Mrs '
home on Tuesday. jronn were visiting their sister, Miss Sandra Ennis of Jacksonville Interest in the hereinafter describ- on the Plaintiff's Attorney. 8-9-41-8-30 Deputy Clerk.
PO: n546.
Teare will recuperate at thtIr s. Mary Reddish on Monday. is spending a two weevacation urday. r >fAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASunday sd property by," tough.. under or 1' Frank Landram.
Miss JoAnn Parrish, and Miss against each such deceased. and toll
home of Mrs. Effie Miner Mr. and Mrs. Nick Pope :and with her dinner _
grandparents guests of Mr. a persons having or claiming any Advert iwrarnt
"Mr. and Mw.. 0. J. Phillips had I. laughter of Jackronville were Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Griffis and Martha Harris spent last Tues and Mrs. Thurman: Jones were right, title or interest in or totbe

,as ,Friday guests Mrand Mrs .A-eekend guests of Mrs. Ed Carter Miss Mary Wilkes. day visiting in Macclenny.. Mr. and 'Mra Edward Normanof Bradford following County lands Florida situate to-wit in: \ From-where I'm sittin'JyJo'1arsh//
Mrs. Dan Parrish Mrs. D. J.
Coleman Philips of Waldo.' On and family. Mrs. Carter went Little ,Jackie and Lynn Watersof Lady Lake, and Mr.- and Mrs. Commence at an Iron stake set ,
Parrish and Mra Earl at the intersection of the
of home with them for a visit. family &
Monday Miss Debbie Phillips Gordon Jones and
daughter of
Jacksonville spent last week: Southerly boundary of NW%
and visitors .
-Maxvffle, visited them. Miss Juanita Fanning of Holly with their grandmother, Mrs.Dorothy' Mosley family were Starke. ,of SEH of Sec. 21. Twp.. 6
in Jacksonville last Wednesday. S., R. 22 E., and the Easterlyboundary
Mrs. Glenn Shuford and Mr Hill l is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Visiting Robert Norman and
Waters and familywhile Lawtey and Maxville played a distance of 371,58
and Mrs. Sam Hicks 'were busi- Clyde Carter. their parents, Mr. and I Mrs. Maggie Norman last week of State Road ZOO for POINT
another of ball last Sunday Oder for Yourself

game .'' OF BEGINNING and thencein
nesw' visitors to Jacksonville on: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkin Mrs. Jack Waters, attended the and Maxville, were Mr. and Mrs.: Albert Norman a Northerly direction run along r ... -

.Tuesday. IOn spent the weekend with Mr. camp meetings of the Congregational unfortunately and son of Mulberry, William said Easterly boundary a distance l. \ :' ..,. **atfe &WM**,*.
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lost .
again. We hope that Max.
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of 635 feet to an iron --
,Mr.,and Mrs. J. L. Waters and and Mrs. Cecil Dobba and fan Morgan of Lithia Mr. and '
Holiness churches atGlen t '
ville will soon get a pitcher so stake; run thence in an Easterly If you aim to find fault with for being:: the first to admit her
sons ,attended a birthday dinner 1y in Jacksonville.Mrs. St. Mary. their luck will change. Mrs. Minza Royals of Lakeland, ) direction at right anglesto others, I'm obliged to say you shortcomings something not

at. the home of Mr. and Mrs, Hubert Priest and children Little Roger Waters spent several L. C. Roberson of Live Oak and Mrs. Maude Morris of distance aforesaid of Easterly'869.43; feet boundarya to an might best start with yourself.1.Take everyone is big enough, to do. } I

Bufocd Higginbotham in Max- spent Tuesday and Wednesday l days last week in Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robersonand Gainesville. iron stake on the Westerly for instance, the story\ Just because you like coffee

vile on Sunday. Mrs. Joyce of last week with Mr. with his brother-in-law andsister I daughter of Jacksonville: Monday guests,of Mm Gordon of boundary the Seaboard of the Air right, Line of Railroad way- Jake Ellis, told me yesterday. j to drink when I prefer a' glassHe' I
and Mr Jones and recently stopped at an of beer don't make ejther of us
Waters Carolyn
Schmehl James and Mrs. P. H. Day in CedarKey. Mr. and Mrs. Bil Robersonand visited Mrs. were Miss: ; run thence in a Southerly :
,Dorothy Waters and out-of-town diner and ordered
'; The right to choose what
Nancy MannI direction along said Westerly wrong.
honored at and 'Mrs.
JUgginbotham ,were { On the Priests visIted Agnes
Sunday ,
daughter. family Sunday.Mr. Watson, boundary, a distance of 371.58 a meal. The waitress [brand we want instead of being ordered -
of
this, time. relatives in Quincy and I 'Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters of: and Mrs. Bud Waters and Starke.' .feet to an'iron stake on aforesaid new on the job] made every to accept another's choice;'

,Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harley and I Bristol. They were bu.<".!ness visitors Jacksonville visited with family -Jacksonville were supper I NVVU of Southerly SE'/iJTun\ : boundary thence in of a mistake in the 'book. She con is the Anerjcan way -of1 doing-

family and Mrs. A. H. Harley to Jacksonville on Monday.Mr. Dorothy Waters and family i'frst guests of Mrs. Dorothy HEILBRONN MISSIONARY' Westerly direction along said fused the order. spilled the water things ,j. let's keep it that
BAPrlST'CBUBcu Southerly boundary' a distanceof and brought,him the Wrong ., .. .
ST. returned Saturday after and Mrs. Erlie Padgetthad 'way' H.,,,
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Saturday.Miss Waters .
and family Sunday'night Sunday SchoOl 906.84 feet to point of beginning dessert. Nevertheless Jake -""
two weeks in Texas' as weekend guests Miss 10 a. m. Morn- leit'\\ '
spending Charlotte Jones of Jacksonville Friends of Mrs. Waters will be tag' : a substantial tip. The / .
Worship 11
Mrs., A. H. Harley visited Mr. Alice Faye Douglass and Mr. a. m. Evening and to Raymond H. Rollins as
spent last week with interested to know that she has I! Worship, '7:30 administrator of the estate of smiled and banded the money"back '
"and, Mrs. W. L. Basgett at Fort I and and Mrs. Elisha Douglasa of r Miss Virginia Cannon. resumed her position with the! Union ( p m. Training' Andrew M. Rollins, deceased; saying "Keep H, Mister, d.v, fh/. 1

'Worth, and the Dan Harleys Winter Haven, Mrs. Catherine Miss Patricia Owens is visiting Commercial Credit Sundays) 6:30: p. m.,MIdWeek GREETINGS'You are hereby notified you've sure earned it more than /I.i ,
Corp. Prayer that a suit in equity has '
: Meeting, Wednes- I have.
with relatives at Grove. Douglass and Lige Douglass of: -
Honey with her father, James The boys and girls of the Intermediate been brought against you and each
From where I sit. that girl
Mrs. D. B. Thomas and Donald Lake Butler. of you, and alsoagainst Pradford
Owens, in Sneads for a few days I Training Union of the ID Circuit Court Bradford- County,,,apolitical subdivision of deserves a good deal of credit
A Thomas are visiting Mrs.: Mr. and Mrs. Brad Norton and Mr. and Mrs. Millard Strick Maxville Baptist Church enjoyed I Florida In' Cfc.. !*..". Co.atT' p the State of Florida; Pen Suslow '
& -
Margaret, McSwaln and sons in: family returned last week froma land and Mrs. Fannie Griffis a picnic and ,swim at Strick ,FRANK OTTINGER.CASE NO. 12-301. A Sam:J. Rosenberg.Thomas; Jr.Della Leon Rosenberg Rosenbergand \, Copyright 1957 United State Jr.....,. .wJatiae A

Fort Pierce. two weeks visit with Mr. and spent last Tuesday in Jacksonville lan d's Landing Monday, after. Plaintiff Douglas P. Hardy as defendants -

VB.FANNIE. in the above entitled Court ...' ,, .. '
Brown Bennett of Miami spent Mrs. Joe Lane in Deland Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lno on. They were accompanied by '- '-' "" -,

Friday until Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Charlea Norton in go and family. Mrs. Ruby Durrance and Mrs Defendant.OTTINGER. curator and cause of by the.Albert person Hartmann and propertyof )

and Mrs. Mitchell ,Brown and' Tampa, and the Winton Parrishfamily Mrs. Avery Slade and family: Dorothy Kllgore. !NOTICE TO DEFEND:! Elizabeth Letsch.- an Incompetent ;
IN THE that the relief
sons. Miss Esther Ruth Bennett in Avon Park. of Hampton spent laat weekend ,Miss Gnann Thompson of Pa OF FLORIDA NAME OF THE STATE sought as In plaintiff said suit; is to remove ;'- I

accompanied her father to their Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dixon and: with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Greene latka ,spent ,several days this: To Fannie' Ottlnger North Silver: clouds from 'and quiet and con- ,
Lane. the aoove
Sunderland, firm plaintiff's title to ,
home. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Thomas celebrated and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lucas and week visiting Miss Virginia ,Can You are 'hereby notified Massachusetts.that described lands as in indefeasiblefee I

Mrs. Dale Mitchell, 'Mr. and Mrs. Dixon's birthday on: family. Mr. Slade spent Sunday non. suit in_ equity for divorce has been a simple title thereto against '

Mrs. Giles Mitchell and Miss Saturday by having dinner at with them and carried his family L- Mr.'' and Mrs. George Hurst of I filed Ottinger against In. the you above by Frank named D. and the.claims you ,are of you summoned and each, of ordered you: 4 ''- !

Phyllis Mitchell of Leban- the Gold House in Starke and: home on Sunday evening. Dinsmore, visited with Mr. andMrs. Court and cause,' and you are sum and required to file your written I

Smith family.' attending a show in Jacksonville. Mrs.\ Floyd Hall and Mrs. Kyle Cannon 'and, family; I file moned your ordered written and answer required or' defenses to answer in or said defenses cause in to the the officeof complaint 't'i I ,

Mrs. S. B. Worthington and Mrs. Paul Bennett entertained Ralph Wilson of Jacksonville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cannon : to the Complaint in said- undersigned Clerk of said t ,
children: of Madison week visited cause in the office of the Court at Starke, Florida, on or
were with with their mother under ,
a Mrs
birthday party honoring were also ,dinner
guests of signed Clerk of said Court before the 9ih day of September, a
at
end guests of Mr. and .Mra. Preston her daughter, Brenda at her Hattie Nolan, last Friday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs.; Cannon. Starke, Florida, on or before the A.D. 1957 and 'to serve a copy

Green and sons. home and Mrs. Sib day of September, A.D. thereof on Hollis V., Knight. plain
on Friday afternoon, Those Sam Harria and: Little Miss Judy Harris I is and to serve a 1957.r tiff's attorney, whose address is '
copy thereof .
.
Mrs J. O. Pons and family: present were Scottie and Shellie children of Gainesville were spending this week In' Jacksonville : Hollis V. Knight, plaintiffs at on.- Starke, Florida 'on' qr before said S ,

spent Friday in Jacksonvillewith I Smith, Wayne and Buddy Kersey, guests'of Mr. Andrew Harris as the guest of ,Mr. and torney Florida whose, address is Stark 1. date as required by the Laws of '- ,
on or before said date, Florida and the 1954 ,Florida. Rules
their/ grandmother, Mrs. .lof Starke, Prifvtilla Tanner- Deborah ,- and family over the weekend.Mr. Mrs. J. 'W. Denmark and family as required by the Laws of- Flor of Civil Procedure. If you fail to

Frank, Dorman.: They returned: Smith, Carol Fay Bradley, and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and Mrs. Lou Thomspon of Mac fall ida and to da Rules,. of, ,Court. If you sc do, ,a decree pro, confesso will Quantity; Rights Reserved
so, a decree' be entered against you for the \r,-
pro
'to their home in Tallahassee on and Dean and Douglas Bennett sons spent Friday evening in i clenny visited with her sister: fesso will be entered against con you:- lief demanded In' the complaint. Prices Good Thru Sat.,, Aug..,31st

Monday.Mr. of State Farm. Mrs. W. M. Jacksonville. Mrs. Julia' Griffis; Saturday. for the relief.. demanded In' the It Is' hereby vordefed that this

and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and Smith, Mrs. Iris Kersey and Mrs.: Rev. J. Boyd of Winchester Mr. and Mrs. J. ,W. Denmark Complaint.This ,notice shall be published order and once' a notice week shall,for four be published consecutive

Joan ,had as Wedneariay eveningguests Johnny Bennett assisted Mrs.; Ky. and former resident of Ma:ICa nd family of Jacksonville visited I- once weeks a ,week in for four consecutive weeks in the Bradford I ALL STORES CLOSED

Mr. and Mrs. Fonzo Davis L Bennett in caring for the guests.Mr. ville spent several daya at the :with Mrs. Lonnie Harria and Telegraph. the: Bradford, County: County published Telegraph In Bradford a newspaPer,
LABOR DAY MONDAY SEPT.
.. and ,daughters Mrs., Nettie and Mrs. Horace Cox of I home of Mr., and Mrs. Lacey family Sunday., ,WITNESS my hand ,and the seal Florida, and having a general circulation 2nd'GOOD
of
.. said '
'Davis t 8l.d.! granddaughter! Carol 1 Jacksonville were Monday luncheon L- Griffis recently.Mrs. Mr,:,and, Mrs. .C. B. ,Nolan and this the,Court 5th day at of Starke.August Florida,A.D.,. WITNESS,In. said my hand County.as. Clerk of I

'Barnes, of, Fort Myers. gueats of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Lizzie Crews and familyof sons spent several, days last 1957. ,W, said Circuit Court of Bradfprd{

;): J s. :'Mae Wells attended a Dinkins. ,Glen st. Mary visited with week visiting relatives' In Pa (CIRCUIT CHARLES CO URT,A. SEAL DARBY. County said Court; ,Florida at',, Starke and the Bradford Seal of TO. TH .J.AST DROPMaxWell I

postmasters; meeting at Inglis' Mrs. G. W. ,Roberts was in Mr. ,and Mrs. Waver: island latka and' Hastings and on Tuesday Clerk ,of said Circuit Court County Florida, on the 1st day of .
on. iSunday. ., By -Marian L. Crosby, ''', 1957., ,
Hastings on Tuesday to family last Thursday. and Augusts A.D.- ,
get her Wednesday of last week
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Deputy )
'cfej:k. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL House 89c
DOBBS! FAMILY REUNION.Mr. grandson, Ricky Roberts who TRIPLE BIRTHDAY'DTh "ER it i accompanied Mr and' Mrs."!* A. 8-94t-,8-80 .. CHARLES! A. DARBY
:. and Mrs. Arlj? Dotbs and will stay with her Buford Higginbotham Ward I3T Clerk of Circuit'Court of Bradford L-
for
a few days and his on a trip to-' St Petersburgand T1IE CIRCUIT COURT ..
OF County.Florida
,
Mrs. Bill' Dobbs and daughter 'while his mother, Mrs. George, daughter, Mrs. Lyle Schmehls of Sarasota. While there they; l BRADFORD>, COt'ATV FLORIDA Hollis V. Knight .

enjoyed a family, reunion at R bertB, is in New York. Jack nlIle'ana son-in-law, enjoyed fishing off the Sunshine I ALBERT CHANCERY HARTMAN.V, -' : : Attorney) for Plaintiff ASTOR QUALITY

S'lc' lands Landing on Sunday.: Mr. and ,Mrs. H. C. Wainwright I- James Waters of Lawtey ''all Skyway. '. of me Person and Property as Curator of 8-9-4t-. .n -

Those attending this ''lovely af- spent celebrated their Mr. and Elizabeth Letseh, an Incompetent, NOTICE" ,TO APPEAR
Saturday and Sunday birthdays Sunday Mrs. Sidney Harris'I. '
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fajrwere Mr. and' Mrs. Cue with Mrs: Reba when Mrs and 'girls' '. can69c
Dobbs, Mr. and Mrs. l.CE. Shirley Ocala. Rhoden in Higginbothamentertained spent the, weekend,of I Shortening 3 tb
at her home herewith August 17 visiting' with Mrs.
!Sherman Dobbs, Mr. and
,,-.'.j .. Mrs., L. H. Hill, and Harold a big birthday Dinner honoring Harris' brother. and stfster-ra-law t .

,Harold Ca1.n.1.1r.. and' Mrs. Pearce have had as recent them. Out :of' town guests Mr. and.. Mrs. ,John.!. ,Q.:!Godwin. in
Kenneth
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Dobbs
and
Mr. Mrs: "
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guests Mr. and Mrs. Otis' Van were Mr and Mrs tyle Schrnes Lakeland. PEC'
DETERGENT'
Wayne Jones, the Cecil
Dobbs
of Hampton, Va., and Mr. and M and daughter of Jacksonville, Miss Bonnie Harris: ,visited
family, "Mr"and Mrs.:P. L. Ca:S. Mrs. R. p. Mr. and Mrs. with-'
Jones and family of James Waters and Miss Shirley'Smith ,in Seff-

on,; Julia Dobbs, Mr. and Mrs. Fernandina. family of Lawtey and ,Bryant ner a couple of days last week. Tide 2
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Alvin
Dobbs and family, all of :Mr.' and Mrs., Bill! 'Zack of C rter:and Gladys Taylor of, On Tuesday.Mr._and Mrs..Si lney Large Pkgs 49ciJ
Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Lester ( '
Daytona 'a're visiting Mr. and Doctors Inlet. Harris drove 'doWn and, brought ,
Dobbs of Gainesville.: Mr. and M ra. Jimmie .
JL
s. Tanner and family. Higginbotham of Law. her home. ;

Mrs.Od Dobbs, Mr. and Mrs. Or- Mrs. Deloris Price of Plant tey spent last'week here,visiting Mr and Mrs., Homer? C. Smith '

Iri Reddish ,Jr., Mr. and Mrs.Earl City is a, guest of her brother-: bis grandparents, Mr., and Mrs. and _family, of,Seffner, spent from VAN CAMP :
Dobba. Mr and Mrs. Don ,
) in-law and sister, Mr. Buford Higginbotham. Thursday until ,
and Mrs Monday here visiting
Newman, Michael Dobbs of Lake Steve Starling. NEW ,PRINCIPAL' with Mr. and Mrs. 300 $ 00
Butler, Mrs. Dale Mitchell of Sidney Pk & Beans 8
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Lebanon Va., and Mrs. llr.' and Mrs. O. J. Anders We are welcoming a new principal Harrl.i'and family;! Rev.: and Mrs. Cans
,
Joyce
Futch were Sunday dinner guests of to the Maxville School ,.this H., F.., Higdon and, family, ,and

? of Lawtey. M r., j nd Mrs. C. B. Strickland in term. He is Mr. McMullin from Mr. and ,Mrs. Louie Carter: of

Mr. and ,Mrs.: George Hill of Starkp. Mrs. Marion Marrs of Jacksonville.: He will also teach Clay Hill and Mr.: 'and'MrS.. -
New i York, Mr. and Mrs.
Pete
Jack-onville spent Sunday night the 5th and 6th grades. Mrs." Richard Mosley"of Highland. "
:
Biirney, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett with HOLIDAY HAMS
the Anders ,family and carried Leonard ,ZagorU of Wesconnettwill Sunday School of the Long .
'Burney of Jacksonville
were: V
her son, Jeffery, who had teach the 3rd and 4th Branch,Baptist church will _sponsor -
'of Mrs. .
Sunday guests George
I
spent some time with the Anders grades and Miss Debbie Phillipswill a weiner,
Ann :Sapp. George Hill is a brother and roast next, Friday SUNNYLAND FULL HALF OR WHOLE
of the late Hill who Hicks families, home on teach the 1st and 2nd gradesfor night l Aug, 30, at the church.

Henry Monday.Mr. one month awaiting the arrival -. Mr. and Mrs. George j '
Johnson
was ''a former' resident of Law and Mrs. Fred Moore of a, new teacher scheduledto : and -- No Center
of
gavea family Jacksonville -
tey, Mrs. Sapp celebrated her were HAMS 59c
Slices Removed
birthday dinner for their son, arrive Oct. 1. guests of Mr. and Mra. Doss '" '
91st birthday on Tuesday.
Chuck on Guests Bob Nolan .
Sunday.
included of Seville visited: Higginbotham and '
family Sun-
Tommy Harper of !KingsleyLake RCA Victor Adah-
; Miss Rachel Boyer of his mother, Mrs. Hattie Nolan: day afternoon. Budget priced TV
is visiting" grandparents' Jacksonville and with.. sensational new "Lrv'\ image"
and Mr. and family enroute g
Mra to Jacksonville Mr. and
Mrs.
Drew
., Mr. and Mra Carl Prevail. Wilkinson SWIFT PREMIUM OR SOUTHERN STAR -
'
Billy Torode of Starke. on business. i pkture.. Full 261 sq. in., of viewable;
spent the weekend in
Jacksonville
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Mr.; and Mrs. Edward Beebe Miss Virginia and Jimmy Sapp FUNERALSEiniCEs HELD visiting with their son and area. "High-Sharp-and-Easy" tuning 4-Lb
of Miami are visiting Mr. and FOR MRS. LAURA BELL eontmlsIocotedhighontheideoithecabinet ;
:
arid family were Saturday overnight daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Canned Ham $299
i Mrs. Arthur Pearce. Funeral services, for Mrs. Annie Earl Wilkinson and family. let you tune standing wp Net
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. '
Mrs. Mary Reddish had as Laura Bell, 76, were held I Mrs. Grace Morrell and gives you needle-sharp tuning O< ; Bisk in St Cloud. On Sunday familyof
C. Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Roy Saturday morning, Aug.24 at 11a. I Jacksonville Balanced fidelity Sound. Three rich
were guests
they attended a family reunion Reddish of Webster and Mr. 'and m. at the Mt. Zion Baptist i Mr. and Mrs. of .,finishes:'ebony finish: ; maroon tr limed
C. E.
at the home of Mr., and ,Mrs. Mrs. Bobby'ReddiM of Leesburg.: Church ,with Rev.. C. E. Wilkinson Jr. Sunday.. Wilkinson. oak grained, finishes extra. Mode. ,
Ben 'Houston in Orlando. This '
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and Rev. J. F. Conway of 211711. the first time Mrs. .
waa< that -
ficiating. Interment was In the
Beebe and the five other .members : Bell f..YYY..TT..9Y..TT. uBEEF

xrf her family had been I together IAOTA'I former Cemetery Mra Bell was a LB 'I'

In many Mrsv years.Mif'and Fonzo. Prevatt made her resident home in of Clay Maxville.and, Du-She HIGHLAND 2i :: ONLY $199.95t


and ,family "were'weekend 'guestsof SUMMER GOLDsymptomatic val two Counties and one all half of her ye8.rs life until By, !'-'-. -Lacy" Noran&A&h.AAAAAAALALAAAAAAALAA- ... '.' I SUNNYlArO I

,Mra. Laura Griffis in Jack ago
: ,
when she WIENERS
,
t moved with her daugh 12-OZ. CELLO
sonville. mKEre- ter. Mrs.
E.: fc. Kelly of New River called fort Palatka. She Treasy Foster of East Mr. ,and Mrs. Carl, Moaely..and i *

1on' his brother Hermie. and James was the widow of son of New. SmYr 8.' were' visiting

family 'on Thursday. On Sunday vivors Washington BelL Sun the, La ey Normans Sunday,
include
a son, Morris Bell J
afternoon.Mrs. '
rlr.; and 'Mrs. Kelly carried their UUU of Maxville,' daughter TV ServiceAll FANCY SEEDLESS +',
; Mrs '
RELIEF/ Evelyn Mosely and Mr.
mother, Mrs. Margaret Kelly, to Teressa: Foster of,East Palatka .
and
N4rI1Iver to visit Mr,. and" Mrs.; two, brothers, J. A- L Mrs.Floyd!: Norman and son,
-b. Godwin of all of
i
Jacksonville, spent the GRAPE 2 29cI
Roy Tomlinson and family. Ir. Maxville and G. C. Godwin of weekend here tbs

) rs. Senie Prevatt and I Itnxt the GAY'SHome JacksonVille five grandchildren Normans: with the Leonard

family had as guests during : and 10 great "
grandchildren.
'

the week Brooks Starling of Appliancesi i Mrs. H. R. Kilgore and family and Mr,daughter and Mrs.of Homer,Tampa 'Visited Smith Work Guaranteed Free Estimates

Lofena ,
Jacksonville, Mrs. Crawford L spent last
Friday
1 and Miss Louise Starling I Your Friendly night ,in Jacksonville)nd with Saturday Mr.; weekend.friends and relatives here last Fully Equipped. Dependable I BARTLETTPEARS2IbS,29c1SUPERBRAND[ I

and: Mr. and Mrs. A. Starting of 'I and Mrs. George Johnson and Mrs. Janie*

Hei br nn.'Mr I family.No Marr Youngstonand All Makes 'and ModelsSHEPHERD'S
Norge Dealer son of
and< Mrs. Jim 'Mitchell and skating Charlotte, N. C. re '

Mr.i and }{n. Bobby Mitchell of I held at the Civic parties have been turned home, Friday,after spending
NQEGE APPLIANCES Club yet but ,
: : several days here I

evening NeptuneBeach guests of were Mr. and Saturday, Mrs.( MAYTAQ WASHERS I plana them on are being made to have mother, Mrs., Ruth Manv with' her, I CECREAM Ga'Cln'
Friday nights
: I after Mr. and
Mrs. M.-L. RADIO
Bin Dobb8 and daughter. school starts. Thompsonof & TV

'J.fr( and Mr:... Sid Shuford i and: COLEMAN HEATERS and I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Jacksonville visited the Lacey 59
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Padgett Normans
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of Starke FLOOR Sunday aftemnoo .
family visited Mr. i and FURNACES are' announcing 'the'
arrival of Happy
Mrs.:John Shuford and Dave on son born at 8:38 : a Birthday to Beedle INMAN GREEN Owner
: ,
p ra. on Mon Norman and
I.
We Service All Evelyn
Makes
.
Sunday. : day, Mosely,
Aug. 19. at
St
Luke's
Hospital Aug. 24;, Ellen Norman ,
Mrs. Joyce Futch and Ralph Of Appliances in ,' Aug: 28:
Jacksoriville. ,
The Nellie. TV Seat Cover
yen business visitors to Jacksonville man has been young Wilkinson; Aftg. 22"Ber- .Radio Upholstering, .
Phone 10 named John D. nice Mosely, Aug. 2; and our

).{r ., ,,C.on Saturday E. Strickland, of Starke Florida_ former Padgett,Grace Jr. Mrs.Harri Padgett is the 2.pastor:). !, Rev., George, ,cbism Aug., Phone 239 Starke, Fla. LOW PRICES S&H GREEN STAMPS

Gainesville, Mr.; and Mrs. G. W. L _
We were "
.. all
.--# :0' -, ---- glad to see Lon- 'Ut. and Mrs: 'Edw1 'K iitif p '

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