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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 1, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME SE\'E TY-XIXE ..' STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, NQVEMBER 1, 1937. -- NUMBER NINETEEN .
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,, .k Features Of County Fair Confession Given Edwards' Suit For Recount



\ 1 ; ,7 Attracting Large CrowdsThe In Armed Holdup Dismissed By Circuit Judge


Bradford County Fair gained the center of attrac- ...

+ : I S tion in the Starke area this week, reaching a high Wednes- Of)f Station HereSheriff -.

j4 V V day with the special events of children's day, ruralurbanday Election Dispute Settled Johns
: t V q ri ;
V'V and livestock judging along with the return of milder TRUSTEE VOTE

t weather. P. D. Reddish reported

: VV Adults, as well as children, crowded the exhibits and mid this week that one member of a Assured Of Retaining OfficeThere Tuesday This is time election the tot-day
again.
Wednesday indicating that the 1957 edition of the fair pair> of men accused of holdingup
way ers will go to the polls to
I a service station early Saturday will be recount of the votes cast for clerkin
will be the most successful in history. no city vote on school trustees and!
has confessed to
Other feature events are schedule -I morning the Sept. 10 election, Circuit Judge John A. H. Murphree the district school mluaje
the crime but that the other
of the rest of the week witha 200 ATTEND still denies his guilt. ruled Monday, thus assuring. the two-vote winner, incumbent -1 rate.Though

I Members of the cast in the play "Sugar and Spice"-to be given grand climax planned for Sat- The men, Gordon L. Parker, Carl_Johns. of another two-yearterm._ !-__ .._ .no. opposition..... aa has-_
RURALURBANDAY 31, and Wallace B. Gray, 22, This decision came about as UC'I'IUPCU: I.ur i.iiv U6'< -
in the Elementary School cafetoHum on Nov. 6 are (Mt to right) urday. were captured Sunday by the Judge Murphree knocked down Futch, an opportunity to file sup- didates seeking the three

Patricia Pellum, Mike Goldwire, Harold Tyus, VWa Jean Gentry and Events Saturday will include a EVENTSMore sheriffs deputies as the resultof the case of the challenger, Merrill plemental affidavits. posts, the election will give

I Martha Daytou. parade beginning at 5 p. m. Fair the alert action of a high Edwards, by granting motions of Futch said this week that he the voters an opportunity to

Assn. Chairman Guy Andrewssaid than 200 Bradford school football player in taking Johns and the Board of Canvassers had been unable to obtain firm voice an opinion on the 10

Wednesday, Nov. 6, the drama- L. Overturf, dramatics coach, is that Satur y's parade is County farmers, Rotarians, down the license number of their that the recount be denied. affidavits from several people mill rate being'levied as the

tics team of BHS will begin the ,'fanning' to take the play to expected to include motorcyclecorps and other guests attendedthe car. These motions had been based on who had< originally said that they district's share of the school

season by giving a play for grades Gainesville and enter the State from Jacksonville and Ocala annual Rural-Urban At GunpointThe the grounds that Edwards had would testify concerning irregularities millage.

7 through 12. The play is a comedy Contest there late in November.All and other features in addition to Day of the Starke Rotary made "no genuine issue of any which they obs' rved. The candidates are O. J.
pair accused of robbingC.
called "Sugar and Spice." students are urged to attend the local units. Club held at the Fair R. Howe are, night of material facts" and had "failed to In his ruling, the judge noted Phillips Lawtey A. L.

The action takes place in a small since this will be one of the best Opened MondayThe Grounds at noon Wednes- the Imperial Service manager Station state a cause of action upon which that these supplemental affidavits Green of Brooker and JohS

town when Susan Harding who: productions of the year. day.The on relief be had not been filed and announced A. Torode of Starke.
based.-
fair week was opened Monday north U. S. 301 at can
has been in Paris for the past six' The one-act play will star Vida guests were welcomed gunpoint his decision in favor of Johns and The polls will 1Hs'pea
with a parade wending its about 2 a. m. Saturday mcn- Edwards, who lost the city clerk I
A.
months, comes to visit her uncle Gentry as Susan Harling, Martha by Rotary President the Canvassers. from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.
through town with the fair J. Thomas Jr., who ing. The sheriff Mid they forced race by a vote of 752-750 had -
and aunt. Susan's cousin Jane ( Dayton as Jane Jones, Pat Pelt way expressed
I I tries to find a suitable date for I lum as Mrs. Jones, Mike Goldwire grounds receiving the crowds appreciation of the important Howe into a rest room, then based his case on the allegationsthat Opposes Market-Scaled Values
the farmers took $76 from the cash register.In Johns was given credit for '
her but has to settle for Chump I las Mr. Jones and Harold Tyus as Monday and Tuesday nights. part
play in the economy of the meantime, a car load erroneously and illegally marked
dwards!: a modern teen-ager interested Chump Edwards.
Though cold weather cut the Bradford of football players returning : ballots; that incorrect and muti- '

dances and in cars and manners.horns but not Admission will be 20 cents and crowd Monday, it began to pick I I Following County.the fish fry, from the game in Fernandina had lated ballots were marked for Assessor Hits Governor's Policies -

This play,perfect which is- built mainlyon there will be a door prize for the up Tuesday and Wednesday prepared 'by Rotary "chefs" pulled up to the gas pumps, when Johns; that the clerks became

lines, is designed to keep the person with the lucky ticket. The the midway was packed.A Buddy Bishop and Bill Graham the; attendant 'failed to appear it confused and made mistakes in I

audience rolling with laughter proceeds will be used to pay expenses judging team consisting of County Agent G. T. was suspected something was favor of Johns; that through error -I Tax Assessor Gene Long said. linquent taxes."I V ..

from beginning to end. Such a and help finance the debate Gifford Rhodes, livestock marketing Huggins introduced Gifford wrong and one of the players or mistake the inspectors and this week that he would strongly would hate to be responsiblefor

play requires much ability and team during the coming.sea specialist with the State Rhodes of the Livestock jotted down the tag number of I clerks did not properly segregate cppose Gov. LeRoy Collins efforts causing the little landownersto

takes a long time to produce. C. son. Marketing Bureau, and A. T. : Marketing Board, who gavea Parker's car__n .iustleavinsr.___ _-__ ___g the____ ,all ballots and some marked for to increase property assess- lose their property," Long

Andrews, assistant county agentof beef cattle demonstration. driveway.The l Edwards were given to Johns. ments to "full cash value" as far stated. "1 would never take that

Hits Mass Of Regulations/ Alachua County, judged the President Thomas stated sheriff said the players These allegations were denied in as Bradford County is concerned. esponsibility."
livestock exhibits that Rural-Urban Day is an the answers filed by the attor-
Wednesday, asked not to be identified. Apparently the governor is interpreting Long contended that if the mar-
with ribbons and cash awards be- annual event on Rotary'sCalendar Lookout Broadcast neys for Johns and the Canvassers "full cash value" to ket
who countered with allega- price yardstick were put into
ing presented. : and is sponsoredto After a lookout was broad- mean the current market value,
p effect, the homestead
Judge Handles 10 Game Fish Cases"It Children's, Day promote better under- cast by the sheriff, Gray who is tions occurred that, Edwards if these should irregularities have Long said. And if this interpretation should be increased in proportion.exemption

\ The fair also played host to standing and acquaint.ancebetween from Jacksonville, surrendered to I were put into effect, the Loner also contended that 'even
been of the
aware them at timeof
the white school children on the farmers and the sheriff's office but continuedto assessor said he felt it would if the millage were reduced in
the election and protested either {
looks like a hunter has got missed on the grounds that as Wednesday, who were released 'business men of the com deny that he committed any then or before the returns were I mean the ruin of the little tax proportion to the valuation' Increase -

to have a lawyer in the field far as the state courts are concerned I from school early to enioy V the munity. crime. certified by the Canvassers. payer. it would not be unlikelythat

with him every time he goes such a charge was: not a I occasion. I I Parker, a Gainesville resident I Judge Murphree's ruling indicated "The governor would have to it would soon begin climbing:

hunting in order to keep abreastof violation. Winners of blue ribbons in the I Thieves Tie who formerly lived in Starke, that he considered the evidence give me a direct order before I again, adding further burdens on

the regulations." County "I've searched through the I I judging Wednesday were Tombo Up was picked up by Deputy Sher- insufficient to support Ed- would attempt to assess at the the taxpayer, bringing about the

Judge T. A. Yawn remarked as statutes" the judge said, "andI Smith, Angus steer; Lynn White. iff Riley Sweat at the home of ward's allegations. market value," Long said. "Andif damage to the small landholder

he dismissed a hunting violation can find nothing that says it Angus registered bull; Carlton a relative near Starke. A decision on the motions had I that happened, I am not certain i I which he fears.

charge against Dewey Williams I is against the law to shoot doves Meng, young Brown Swiss bull; Father And Son The sheriff said that Parker originally been scheduled to be that I wouldn't resign 'rather than Long also charged that the governor .

during plea day proceedings after sunset." David Allen, two blue ribbons on has given a complete confessionto made by Judge Murphree last Fri going through with it." would'be invading the con

Wednesday. "That's a federal law," Barrie two Duroc breeding gilts; Wayne the crime. day, but at the hearing the judge Gov. Collins last week told the stitutional domain of. the ,tax u..

Williams had been charged by interjected. Fairish registered male Duroc; Rob Home Here : .Both men"are. being held In delayed' settling the issue until Florida Tax Assessors Assn to season if he put his program into

J Wildlife Officer...Leon J. Barrie "Then it should be taken to a Lavern Dyal slaughter hog class; the Bradford County jail under Monday, ,for the purpose of giv assess property at full value im action.

\\h'. with shooting doves after federal court," County prosecutor Leaton Matthews, two blue ribbons $l,50p> bond.Guard. ing Edwards' attorney, Mack mediatelyor he would use his con- The assessor has the duty V of assessing

sunset, one of 10 fish and ga-ne I Mack Futch replied. V on slaughter hogs.In V Two masked men armed with a stitutional ,authority to force the at what he believes' to be

cases handled by the judge "That's one thing wrong to- the poultry and rahbit division i knife forced their way into the Suspends 3 Plead InnocentOf action. the full cash value, Long said,
Wednesday. The assessor argued that the
and the
should not inter.
day," the judge said. "There are Tom England won blue the governor
home of Mike Klondes on
The judge ordered the case dis- market values are determined by fere just because he has differ
a
too many regulations. A hunter ribbons on two Barred Rock pul- Enlistments Of Mob
,Brownlee Road early Saturday ChargesThree the large landholders such as the ence of opinion.
has to have a lawyer to keep lets and Edwin Johns on two '
,Pleads Guilty abreast of them." ducks; Wayne McCrossin, White morning, tying up .Klondes and NonVeteransEnlistment timber corporations who would

The judge dismissed a similar Orphington; Broderick McCross his. son and stealing $150 and a of the Negroes arrestedon not be greatly hurt by an increasein ThreeWrecksReported/ J5
taxes. But the small farmer
In Drug Case; case! against Williams' son, John I ing, Brown Leghorn; Sonny Lawson case of whiskey, Sheriff, P, D. charges growing out of the and small land holder who purchased .

Williams, at the same time. The New Hampshire Pullet; and Reddish reported this week. I of non-prior service I incident in Reno in which two !I his land when it was cheapare I Here ,

Waits SentenceThe father had admitted that he was Ellis Coleman on a doe rabbit. "I The sheriff said that the men personnel into the National Guard policemen were faced with mob barely able to meet their taxes !
minutes after has been \temporarily suspended resistance are scheduled to be
doves 14
hunting knocked Klondes' door about i
Big MidwayThe on I at the present rate, Long con-
but said that ,effective Oct: 25, according to an tried in County Court next weekon Three wrecks occurred in Brad-
first of the three sunset as charged midway is a center of attraction 4 a. m. and when Klondes crackedit tended. If taxes increased, they
drug
i announcement this week by the charges of unlawful assembly. ford County the weekend
over
cases made recently in Starke I he did not know it was a viola- at the fair, this year open to see who it was, they would not be able to pay them ,
Florida Adjutant General': The three pleaded not guilty to sending one toy to the
hospital,
went before the Wednes- i i lion. I providing' a greater number of I pushed their way in. They tied and their land would soon be
judge Thg is due to the
suspension the counts this week.V the sheriffs office
I II I reported.
William P. Reames I Other cases made by the amusements, rides and conces up the boy, about 12 years-old, swallowed up by the large land-
day
as pleaded
fact that there is
currently a sur- Two of the John Cumm-
men
of I warden which were handled wed-I sions. The midway is being furnished i placing him on the bed his face holders. Suffering an Injured shoulder
guilty to illegal possession plus of men awaiting induction and Griffin entered
drugs. I nesday were: for the first time this toward the wall and alro tied ings George Besides, Long continued, the Friday atternoon when the car.in

Circuit Judge George L. Pat A charge of hunting doves i year by the Page Combined up Klondes using strips of cloth into the six month training pro- their pleas before County Judge present market values are inflated which he was riding turned over
which is of
against : gram now required T. A. Yawn during plea day proceedings on south U. S. 301 at the turnoff
ten deferred senencing until a with an unplugged!: shotgun Shows of Palatka. torn from a towel. values which are not supposedto
later date.Reames. D. L. Thomas of Starke. The National Guard and veterans The sheriff was notified after all non-prior service personnel en- II Wednesday. The other ; affect the assessment rate. to Hampton was Thomas Tfllman'

'Thomas testified that the gun will be honored with a 'day himself listing in the Guard. man. Cornelius Covington, had Taking into consideration the Bay, 18, of Waldo. He was a passenger -
to free -
managed
20, had been charged the boy -
Martin of enlisted
i Ralph Lawtey innocent .
with possession of a quantity of I|I had only recently been sent off I at the fair Friday, with the exhibition then untie his father. last week and just beat the pleaded trio previously.The with I inflated prices of today, Long said I in a car driven by Franklin
i to be reworked and he thought of National Guard equipment are charged unlawful he was satisfied that the majority !-'Delana O'Steen of Waldo.
amphetamine, a nervous system II Sheriff Reddish said that he deadline. He will be assigned to in
The found I it had been plugged to admit included in the day's activi- assembly an attemptto of the assessments in the Deputy Sheriff Riley Sweat said
drug. drugs were on is continuing the search for the the Track Section of Company C. the arrest of Cumin-
only the three shell limitation. prevent county are the true cash values, O'Steen lost control of his car
him as he wa.examined last I pair, but no one has yet ,been Capt. Randal Chitty, commanding ings, who had been accused of
I The suspended imposition except in one area, the timber- as he put on brakes to slow down
month at the county jail after 1 judge ties.County apprehended. The sheriff said he officer of Co. C, states that in
the action -
being a, prime mover
of his sentence. Court lands, which I know are low." ,for an automobile taming left
being arrested on'a speeding is convinced this robbery was veterans may still be enlisted and against policemen Carl Fill-
I John Sherman Negro, pleaded ; Long said that he wouldn't even ahead of him.
charge. I i. not connected with the robbery that a number of vacancies still and George Hill as they
The two named Reames guilty to a charge of fishing with of yaw be satisfied with Gov. Collins' policies O'Steen was charged with. .n.
men by Opens Monday !i of a service station a couple exist in the company. were arresting Griffin on a ,
rod and reel without a license. if it included an agreementwith
as the persons who sold the hours earlier.Quarterback. ure to have his vehicle under control -
drug to him were returned to ':'He told the judge that he had : drunk charge two weeks ago. the Commissioners and and placed under$100 bond.
The fall term of Court C of C MeetingA Griffin pleaded guilty to the
Starke last week after being previously been fishing with pole, County School Board that the millage No injuries were suffered in two
arrested in ( which requires no license but will open Monday with the first Club drunk count Wednesday and was would be reduced accordingly. wrecks occurring Sunday after
Dallas, Tex. and are
of the Chamber sentenced to fine of $25
to meeting of a
scheduled to be devoted pay Under
day this the
had a rod and reel arrangement noon, Sweat said. In of'these
picked one
being held in the County jail i, up the sounding of the docket and Gilbert Goldwire. president of Commerce board of directors will I and $12.50 in costs*or spend 15 who homestead
how
which a friend had laid down persons are accidents, car driven by Clara
awaiting trial. I the setting of trial dates. the Quarterback'Club' announces be held Monday at 1:15: in the days in jail.Cummings a
warden exempt would suffer since most of
: the of Ga.
These just before game Willingham Fitzgerald,
men Herbert Lannis County prosecutor Mack Futch that a meeting will be held next chamber office. Final plans for pleaded innocent to
them would be hit taxes
Yawn suspended by Long overturned SR 100'when the
Judge
Pippin, 36. and Daniel Benitez. came up. on
at 7:30 o'clock in the annual Nov. 14
I said Wednesday that he has not Tuesday night banquet on will additional charges of intoxicationand
18. are being held under $3,000 imposition of the sentence but at BHS. be said.HP rear tire of her car blew: out.
completed the docket. the music building made at this time. using profane language. .
costs or vet PvnlainpH_ that. .. !asaoeatnonta! ... ......
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on the drug charges. I In the other wreck, a car driven
They are also wanted in Tampaon $22.50. TO INVADE SEABREEZE TONIGHT V in Bradford County average about by Ronald Dobson of tUke'But

breaking and entering counts Capton Sallie O'Berry pleaded 30 per cent of the market price. ler hit a light pole on SR 225

and by the federal governmenton guilty to hunting without a The value of.a. homestead now when the brakes failed, Sweat

a charge of unlawful flight to license, but told the judge that listed at $3,500, for example, said.

avod prosecution.When he had not intended to hunt Tornadoes Scuttle Pirates By 127the would increase to three times that .

amount, or to $10,000 and
arrested Reames was un- when he accompanied a friend to nearly '.
der three years probation for the woods. He said he doesn'town the homesteader would have to C of C Banquet

the robbery, of a service station a gun and seldom hunts. By Mark Moore fense. When the Tornadoes triedto nadoes hampered by a 15 yard fiel& pay on about $5,000 ($10,000 minus -

in Starke earlier this year. The judge ordered O'Berry to press forward they found that penalty, pushed back to the Coach Register said, "The boys the $5,000 exemption), Long Slated Nov. 14

buy a license and withheld im The BHS Tornadoes last Friday !- the Fernandina defense had also Pirate's 40 yard line' before played good balL Our faking in stated.

night changed their outlook and their drive fell kicking. the Many of the people buy- I
of his sentence. tightened On Pirate's third the backfield was the best it has young
position The annual of the
U. banquet
S. Counts AddedTo Donald Barnes 18. pleaded when they defeated the Fernan- short on the Pirate's 27 yard down Blackwelder tried a pass been all year." Henry Hall and ing homes, already struggling to Starke and Bradford County

Cases Against guilty to hunting with an unplug dina Pirates 12-7 at the beautiful line. Things still looked good for but it was intercepted by Char- Bob Taccia were two of the outstanding make ends meet, would find it Chamber of Commerce will be heldin

ged shotgun. He said he had just Fernandina ball park. the Tornadoes when the Pirates les Osborne. V players in the game. practically impossible to accumulate the Methodist recreation hall

Pippin And Benitez purchased the gun and was told Starke received the ball with a were held to no gain for three The Tornadoes next drive fell This Friday night the Torn- the money to pay the taxes, Thursday night, Nov. 14, at 7:30
; run-back from their own downs and John Gaunt went even though they would be small
of lus 25 yard
I Imposition adoes will
it was plugged. short of 'a first down by incheson meet the Seabreeze o'clock.
Federal charges of unlawful also suspended.Mr. 25 yard line. The big Pirate team back to kick.. Then as some fans team at he said. As a result, many of them
flight to avoid sentence was Fernandina's .2 yard line. The Daytona Beach. They Guy Andrews, V president of the
prosecution were Mrs. Theron Liphamwere decided that no Tornado could yelled no and others yelled go will would lose their property for de-
and be
added this week to the drug and the judge to push them around so after a 5 he slipped through everyone on I Starke b ys.couldn't let a chance at some disadvantagesince trade body, states that an out of
breaking required ty some of the boys have been town speaker will be heard on this
and entering charges, license and imposition yard loss Gary Bennett had to the field and raced 62 yards to like[ that pass. by so when the FIRST PECAN
fishing out of school with
the flu and
facing Herbert Lannis and purchase occasion, and win be announcednext
!
Daniel Benitez Pippin of sentence was sus- kick out from Starke's 20 yard the Starke goal. As another blowto Pirates fumbled on their third even if they are able to play SALE SLATEDThe week.Andrews.
held in
now being
Tornadoes the Pirates -
Fernandina boys the succeeded
after pleading guilty to line. The down the they're bound to
the Bradford pended Tornadoes were right be weakened.
County jail. license. They quarterbacked ,by Blackwelder, i in making the extra point Will report on the past
without first sale of the
The U. S. Marshal's office Issued fishing i there to'recover it. From the 9 Seabreeze has a very fast team pecan new year's activities, and J. R. Bulling
had forgotten to renew plunged down the field but were bringing the score to 7-6 as the season will be beld at the Starke
an order for the two men said they yard line Bob Taccia took a left- and will give the Tornadoes a ton, president-elect, will >assuni9
Starke's 13 yard line. first half ended.
and forgot they stopped on : State Farmers Market on Thurs
to be held for the federal charge their licenses end into The good struggle. Coach. Register his duties as head of the organization
pay-dirt
sweep try
after disposition did not have them when out in The Tornadoes, spinning with i The Tornadoes came into the said "We're day, Nov. 7, starting at 1:30: p.m.
of the other for extra point failed again and going there to win following tie banquet.
cases against them. the boat with their children anda true Tornado force scattered second half determined not but I know this sickness will: Out of town buyers will be on
Pirates and anything that got in the score remained 127.V hand, and are asked to '
Pippin and Benitez are charged ; relative. to be beaten by one point again. With hinder us some." growers T '
in Bradford County illegal .i'.o Negroes, Lillie Belle :Miller their way all over the field a* only a few minutes left cooperate by bringing as much Cop Released'Policeman .
with the -
They not only gained ground in the John Gaunt tried STATISTICS
possession and sale and James Lee, pleaded guilty they plowed from their 20 yard game tonnage to the market on opening -
of am- ,
pehtamine, a nervous to exceeding the limit in their line to Fernandina's goal with but succeeded in pushing the another sneak run but the alert Sk'e F'I'! day as possible. Nuts will be J. W. (Buck)' Alvarez

Their bond has been system drug. catches of panfish testifying that Bob Taccia making large gains Pirates back for considerable Starke tackles dropped him for Yds. Rushing 109 18J weighed in during the morning on was released from duty oa

each on these counts.set at $3,000 they did not know the law on the the last 4 yards. The conversionand losses. During the third quarterthe an 11 yard loss. From then on Yds. Passing 0 fit Nov. 7.There. the Starke Police Dept Wednesday

Warrants for the arrest of the matter. Barrie testified that the I II Charles Osborne covering Pirates had worked up to it was dog-eat-dog until time Passes Completed 0 1-1C, is only a light volume of by Police Chief W E-Thorn-
I
pair have also been issued by woman had 30 fish when he failed, leaving the score 6-0. their ,25 yard line'hen Bob ran out with the Pirates on Passes Attempted 0 1 nuts in ,this area this fall, ao it ton.Alvarez

Tampa authorities who want themon placed the charge against her After receiving the ball the Taccia plunged through the line Starke's 43 yard line. The Tornadoes Fumbles recovered ,. 0 1 l is not known how many sales will wax the newest .member

suspicion of breaking and en- and Lee had 26 fish in his pos- Pirates tried hard for a first and tackled Kenneth Blackwelder tired but happy, lifted First Downs 8 2 I be held. Announcement of the of the force, joining the department -

tering. Bonds in these! caws! are session and was still fishing. The down but were held to a 6 yard on Fernandina's 18 yard line; coaches .Register and Hurse on Penalties 30( 5c I second sale will be made later. only about-six weeks

also $3,000 each. limit is 25. gain by the strong Tornado de- After receiving the kick the Tor- their shoulders, and proudly leftS Passes inter.a 0 3 ago. .. -a's- .4

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD.COUNTY TELi3APH-8TAm!, FLOE A FRIDAY, NQVESffiER 1,, 1937.

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boundaries and remove clouds from
and quiet and confirm plaintiffs'title
editorial farmer's 'Diary to the above described lands-
i as an indefeasible fee simple title
thereto against the claims of you
By Sam McGarrcy and each of you; and you are summoned show
and can you WHY
ordered required to file your crops
Tour Written answer or defenses -to
Transportation>t Heeded : the,complaint in said cause in the
rascal 'saved' 'lot of ,
us a .
r 3 money ,office of the undersigned Clerk of ...
because just ..' think of all the said Court at Starke, Florida on or
1 The Bradford County Children's Committee, > feed we'd have been I' buying'- .in ,before the 18th day of November,

like any other service organization,1 depends for j the meantime., '\ 'thereof A.D. 1857.on Hollis and to V. Knight serve plaint-a copy 1. t 'ttAt+i .

success on the work of 'its' various, : committees, a iffs' attorney, whose address is ,. ::4*
Starke. Florida on or before said
one of which is the Transportation Committee, Talked to a man last week data as required by the Laws of
who knows his tobacco situation Florida'and the 1D54 Florida Rulesof
headed by Mrs. Mack Futch. ,> Civil Procedure. If you fail to
and according to him the surplusof so do a decree" pro eonfesso will be

'Thererare two good reasons; for telling of the tobacco this year is greater entered against you for the relief .. ,,
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demanded in the complaint.It _.. ,.,. .
work of committee: first, it be of ser- than ever, even with the reduced ordered that f._ ""'('.v.' ". '
this may where the new Emerald is hereby this Or- r :: .
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crop. He would not be quotedon der and Notice shall be publishedonce .. ,
vice to you some day'and; second because you has 'proved to be satisfactory ;, : ...
grape it but he thWcs there a week for four consecutivereeks \ .m .,. ,..
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maybe 'service to it,' and so to your neighbor. in some locations in Florida, may in the Bradford County Telegraph :. '; ,' I
be additional cuts this year. a newspaper published in ,I i.i.t -i1*.,f.. "...., "" ,
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Early work of this group consisted of taking and land near Starke is supposedto Bradford County Florida, and hav- f1' .. '" .' .

crippled children to the clinic when the family be suitable for this variety. While we think it' U*regretaWe County.ing a general circulation in said it. 1;: 'in; : .

the child. Now the need Required is land with a clay subsoil !'.;, t, $& .n .
transport V. !
was ..unable to that'a farmer or a g.oup of ,WITNESS my hand as. Clerk; of 1(>1',;: 1fd:;. fa

has grown so that any patient who is unable to on gently rolling'slope, 'if farmers felt irate. ,enough recently said Circuit. Com of Bradford j'(
STU E s t fMA 6r4. aAtNSgv
t
and the not below '
,fiG get to'an out-of-town clinic may, through the possible; pH to throw, eggs ttt. S CY'" of County, Florida, and the seal ofsaid *. ; 'f..""" /

Health Department, contact Mrs. Futch'and she ,'5.6. In addition, the'from vines should' Agriculture Benson, we do ap- Court at Starke' Bradford I 1 5 lJ.''I", ,v. .'tf'ti ?;r
other
'for of her volunteers to take "Implanted away any'; preciate how they felt. As one County, Florida, on the 17th day ; l '. % d ,
will one
other '
arrange trees so they
or plants
< of them explained it, "I, wrotfito of October A.D.: 1957.

{the patient. get full sunlight all" day long. him a lots of 'times, and gotno (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
CHARLES A.. DARBY #
Recently an adult patient had need to attend answer, so r threw the::eggsto Clt'rkof Circuit Court of Brad > .
Still '
berry '
more growers attention. And .
get ford Florida.
Secy. County;
the 'Cancer Clinic in Gainesville for treatmentsix catching the "fever" now. Notice Benson can't for he's1Jeen Holiis, V. Knight, Attorney for

days.-a week for four weeks. The 'following a lot of places where the farmers throwing complain the' bull, at farm- Plaintiffs. 10/13 4t 11/8 ''' ,....-

.. people volunteered their services for 'this purpose have bedded up, and are getting ers for a long time now! CALL FOR BIDS RAINBOWmakes 'If 5 ';

: Mrs. Cora Quattlebaum, four trips; Rev. ready to board off and plant. Sealed bids will be received by : :
the : of the
:'NOTICI&TO APWCARIB City Council City of
Donald ;Kokomoor and John Godwin, four trips; And almost everyone of them Cfrrolt C..re..Bradford Cft'utft Starke Florida, at the City Hall in ) ... ..
vowed that he would never mess Florida,,IB C".eelT. Starke, Florida until 7:00 o'clock
Mrs. L. 0. Hazen, two trips; Mrs. W. F. 'Cooley, with berries Nora J. Arnold, Plaintiff, vs. Wil- ,P.x..on. Tuesday, November 6, 1957,

two ''trips; Mrs. Mary\ Lawson, two trips. Bob I'again.'. liam Arnold, Defendant., at.received which will time be publicly and place opened all bids and the BIG DIFFERENCE

Beers, Father Skehan, Mrs. Furlong, Mrs. Stephenson Netle, T.dAppearTo Case No. 12-412 read aloud on the following: .
Noticed that ,
some cows were One two-ton truck, heavy duty,
'Mrs. Haines, Mrs. Hazel "Gay,. Mrs. Garl eating dog fennel this week, and Class: Supply William Department Arnold. SH. S.2nd S. eight ,cylinders, not less than
'Hazel 'Paulk and Mathews\ :Mrs. we" wonder just what stage it, Is Midway, CCA 41, Bremerton Washington inch displacement, Four speed
Aliley each made one trip. Each of these trips when they find it palatable. We I .....g transmission, two speed axle, sources and kinds cf nutrients your fall
Ton are hereby notified that a salt 826x20- tires with tubes 102 inch need. Get Rainbow In the amounts you
required about three hours each. do know that they eat it whenit yet divorce '' t C.. A. dimensions, F.O.B. Starke, crops
r Is very young, and we also bat"been filed'agalnst yon In >the Florida. Bid price to be adjusted need for-
above named Court and cauM: and on freight difference to
This same patient still needs transportationto Wish that they would eat it all You are,reautred to ssrv* a copy of 'body mounting point. Hardy PASTURES that give you more

the clinic, but not.every day. And there are the time. your complaint answer'on the or Plaintiffs pleading Attorney to the The said City .reserves the .rightto grazing days-more milk-more beef
all
acceptor reject any or bids.
other cases, frdm time to time, that are just as 'Gerald R. Hart,'301 Smith Building CITY OF,STARKE, FLORIDABy I IOv per acre. 1

urgent. If you have a car at your disposal and Hats off to the new champion Dated, Jacksonville this 5 day of, 2,October Florida! 1957. Carl Johns' City Clerk.10/18 3t 11/1 ( Faster growing COVER CROPS that fully
young farmer of America. For and file the original t itir ofnc
free time Mrs. Futch will 1 be happy to -
some soil against erosion and
of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court ODor CALL FOR BIDS protect your ,
he
raised litter of
one thing, a
have you as one of her volunteers to assist in before the 11 day of November, Sealed bids will be received by j provide a root-zone reserve of nutrients for
12 pigs from one sow that weighed 1J57: otherwise; allegations of the City Council of the City of w
this important work of ,transportation. She may 856 Ibs. at weaning age. Unlessour said ,Complaint will be taken Uconfuse'd Starke, Florida at the City Hall In next crop. '.
... be contacted by telephoning Starke '482, or at by you. Starke, }Florida until 7:00 o'clock O J-
arithmetic is cockeyed, or nils notice shall be publlshe/ P.M. on Tuesday, November 5, 1957, heavier-headed small
her'residence, 212 Redgrave Street. we heard incorrectly, that averages weeks once each In the week Bradford for fpur County consecutive Tele at which time and place all bids Stronf-st.emmed -more

t 3.. .- out to better than 70 Ibs. "a graph. received! will be publicly opened and
read aloud profitable yields. _
-- (Official Seal) Charles A. DarbyClerk on the following: :.3II
One 16 cubic "
Pig. ,of the Circuit Court yard enclosed .
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Packer type Garbage Collection I EVERY INGREDIENT IN RAINBOW '

Small/, But ImportantA If you want to make cukes, 10/11 4t 11/1 Unit heavy-dnty, side loading endless, 100,000 roller pound chain, ': SERVES A PURPOSE

not less than 50,000( ) pound packing gy
4 cantaloupe or squash you've got CALL FOR BIDS For that fast acting and Nitrogen thatis
Sealed bids will be received by pressure cab to axle dimen- Irv example, Nitrogen
relatively small item in the budget recently to have plenty of bees around, the City Council of the City of sion 102 inch minimum, or Gar- 0 slowly available during the full growing( season Sulphur .
we're told. In an experiment at Starke. Florida at the City Hall in bage Collection Unit of compar- color and stem developmentand
given tentative approval by the City Council Starke Florida until 7U>0 o'clock able specifications. Body to be ., and Phosphorus for plant root
marks significant step forward in the progressof Gainesville, one plot was 'sown to P.M. on Tuesday, November 5, 1957, painted two coats of solid col- w seed production. Magnesium%nd Calcium for growth, t
squash and left open for bees at which time and place an bids or. Body to be mounted on health and strength. Potassium for sturdy growth, plus other

our city. The yield was 142.6 lbs. In an- read received aloud will on be the publicly following opened: and truck Starke to ,be Florida.furnished by Cityof important plant foods for maximum yields.

This,is the $1,500 that has been inserted for other plot the same size, the One new 1957 or 19S& Tudor The said City reserves the rightto
Sedan color, black, eight cylinder accept ror reject any or all bids.
the purchase of shrubbery to beautify our city planting was covered and bees with a minimum of 200 H.P. CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDABy
were excluded, and the result here and with a minimum of 114'inch Carl Johns, City Clerk. rE"1 4 ,
streets and parks and for playground equipmentto 10/18 3t 11/1 fy ec' x" b rut
was NO SQUASH at all. wheel base, equipped with heavy '

turn these parks into recreation areas for our duty turn brakes indicators radiator, with ,automatic Ian and INTERNATIONAL MINERALS ,

children. This is a significant step, not becauseof Talked to a pecan buyer this transmission. One tour -door NOTICE yES& CHEMICAL CORPORATION
Buick Sedan Model 1952, to be In accordance with the provisions
the amount of money involved, which admit- week, and he said it looks like a traded with standard generatorand of Section 230.39, Florida Statutes.

the needs but because very season: for nuts although voltage regulator. Not included The Board of Public Instruction of PLANT FOODDIVISION .
tedly will not nearly meet poor Police Radio heavy- Bradford County, Florida hereby 20 NORTH WACKER CHICAGO 6. ILL.Phnt

It marks the entry of the city into a planned he did say the price duty generator and alternator, serves notice that an election will
be held November 5, 1957 for the
should be better than last siren and top light. Buick can
beautification and recreation program. year. be seen at Police Headquarters.The purpose of voting for district Trus I' __ :
He said that he has travelled all said City reserves the right tees'and district tax levy for the Jacksonville

Until now the field of recreation facilities for over this general area and founda to accept or reject any or all bids. ensuing biennium. Locations : Mulberry, Pensacola, Florida i
,
CITY OF STAR KB. FLORIDA .. 10/11 4t 11/1 ,
parks and playgrounds has not kept pace with poor crop except in some sections By Carl Johns, City Clerk. I, -. .
down near Hawthorne. He 10/18 3t' 11/1
the growth of the city, and the beautification I ==
said he believes the webworms .Jud e' Court IB
The County *
program has been carried on under the direction caused the nuts to drop early. And For Bradford Comity, Florida. -

of the Garden Club, with the City con- IN RE.- :In The Probate.Estate of MABLE L. PLAY SANTA CLAUS! i:

donations.By SASSE Deceased.
tributing onlysmall First cool weather this week, NOTICE
TO CREDITORS
and from now on we're going to You and ea h,.of you. are here-
allocating this money the Council shows be on the lookout for '''bog butch- by notified and required to file any ggiIr4flDi4iBI

that it recognizes its responsibility in providing ering and sausage making. Last claims either of or you demands may have which against you the or r

recreation and beautification for its people, justas year we bought a mess of some estate of Mable I* Sasse deceased, l

other services. This $1,500 of the finest we've ever late of. Bradford County Florida,
it provides begin- saugages with the County Judge of E'radfordCounty

ning holds out the promise that the program tasted from Junior Clemons and Florida, at his office in .
the courthouse at Starke, Florida, ,
will gradually grow until the city has a number the only trouble was 'we didn't within eight calendar, months from
get enough. This year if Sam the date of first publication of r rGet
of well planned parks equipped with recreation has his he'll fill the freezer this notice. Each claim or demand 1At :
way ,
facilities and that the beautification must be in writing and must state
programwill because he just naturally loves the place of residence and post office -
result in shrubbery-lined streets, as wellas his and in the address ',of .the claimant, and', _
sausage eggs ,
must be sworn to by the claimant
other improvements.One morning. his agent, or attorney or the same
void according to law.
will become
of the projects in the minds of Council This the 8th day of October, A.
We still'have
one of the old D., 1957. .
members is. to transform the city-owned propertynear hens left from the time the s/ Bertha L. Sasse Wonderful ..
Administratrix of the estateof
the water tower and the County jail into a chicken thieves almost cleanedus Mable I* Sasse. deceabed. I

landscaped park and recreation area; out Come to think of it, that 10/11 4t 11/1 Gifts for the I

In The Circuit Court Of The Eighth
It is easy to'see'the benefits that this and other Street Judicial Circuit of Florida la Aid

improvements would bring to the city. Not only Projects For In Bradford Chancery.County I_ > se Entire Family .

would Starke be a better place in'which to live, Nearing FinishThe M.his F.wife HAZEN, Plaintiffs andCLARA, HAZEN.

but it would also be more attractive visitors, vs.SEABOXRD Extra Cost! ,
At No
AIR LINE RAILROAD
inducing them to stop and linger a while rather final portion of the paving COMPANY, a' Corporation et al. I .

than hurry on through.It project of five streets in Starkewas Defendants.ORDER OF: PUBLICATION AADNOTICE f '

is a known fact, also, that industries are yesterday scheduled' and be to completed get underway shortly In'The 3am Of TO The DEFEND State of Florida. A t.k,,,.can0 \ You Can Fill Many Books Before:Christmas .

more inclined to consider moving into a town city street chairman J. D. To.Robert, Nixon, Charles' F. Mitchell S By Trading With The Following Progressive i'

that has adequate accommodations for the recrea- Doyle said this week. Edwin E. Staples' Sarah J. 1
Mitchell, if alive and if any of the Merchants
tion of their employees.We Work yet to 'be completed is' above named persons be dead thento : .,
application of the final hard surface the unknown neirs devisees, .

commend the Council on 'the forward step coating to cover the base layer legatees other persons; grantees claiming, creditors,any inter-'or f

it has taken, and hope that it will continue to of blacktopping laid down dur- est in the hereinafter described.
property by, through, under or '
allocate as much time and money as possible to ing the last week. against each such deceased; Flori.. Winn-Dixie Super Market
The hardsurfacing'of the streetsis da Railroad Company, now knownas ;
the recreation and beautification
projects. being done by the W & M Con- Atlantic Gulf and West India Starke Builders Supplies
Transit Company a Florida corporation -
struction Co. of Williston after and to all persons.having l
the primary rock was laid down or claiming any right, title, Inter- 322 W. Madison St.Browrilee&Chasteeo'. ,

Hark, --- Tile Snowbirds! by the city crews. est lands or situate lien in or in to City the of following Starke, 219 E. Washington St.

The streets included in the cur- Bradford County Florida, to-wit:
A Chamber of Commerce in a neighboring city rent paving program are about From the Southeast 'corner of
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,
NE'4 of SKVi Section 29 Twp. 6
has issued a warning that might profitably be two blocks of Bay street, two S., R 22 E run North 1 degree 50 :

echoed, by every similar organization in the blocks of Cypress street, two minutes West along the Easterly -
boundary thereof 231 feet to
State. This is the warning that the socalled"snowbirds" blocks of Jefferson, a block anda a point, run thence North 89 degrees FEED SEED FERTILIZER "' ob- DSeymours n-'
half ,of Park Place and aboutone 16 ,minutes West464.fi, S fvic .
will soon be heading South and, as feet run thence North 2' degrees .-' t
fourth mile of Thomas streetNOTICE
: 10 West 20.03 feetto 316 E. rownlee St.
minutes
usual, will finance their;winter vacations by all a concrete monument the .

manner of schemes to make* an "easy buck." Intersection of.the Northerlyline Highway 301 North
TO APPEARIB of Lafayette'Street and the f

These include the small army of housetohouseand Clrcnlt CorV. BraiUrd. C elitr. for westerly a POINT line OF of Myrtle BEGINNING Street: '
Leila's
FUridat ChaBwry.Rebecca Dress
Shop 413Z
thence ran North 2 degrees 18
store-to-store salesmen I who peddle every- Eelle Mallard 'Pl intiff. ntnutes West along the Westerly I 4Imy'sSG

thing from aprons to house painting jobs. To the vs.fendant.Elton Raymond Mallard,. ,De line ,of J Myrtle Street 225.32, j ,
feet 'to 'a concrete
monument
harried businessman they sell listing in various Notice To AppearTo Case No. l!-423 run 'thence North 89 -degrees .U East Can St. cti

and sundry "directories cut rate printing, 'advertising Elton Raymond Mallard, concrete mfnntes'monument09 West 405.2 the feet Easterly to a- S Service
whose residence and address Is:
in unknown, publications in short, 2530 South: Juniper Street. Philadel- line of Westmoreland, .
Street, thence run South 17 degrees -
anything, they can make look interesting. The phia, Pennsylvania 35 minutes East along the ;
You are hereby notified that a Mitctie Store13S
411 S. Walnut St.
Easterly line of WestmorelandStreet Drug
fact that they have no idea of ever deliveringwhat suit for divorce, custody and 191.87 feet toa concrete s -
of minor child, _
they promise is -why they can make the baa support been filed against yen ta the monument\ ,30 run 'thence minutes'South '2Degrees rZ7 '

deal look'so good. above named Court and UUII"'and East
> along the Easterly line of East can St. ,
and you are required ta serve a
Westmoreland Street 123.34 feet
copy of your answer or pleading to
This winter be more than'ever on the alert. We the complaint on the Plaintiffs to a concrete of monument the Easterly at line theIntersection .

don't begrudge anyone a winter ,vacation in,Florida Attorney Florida Title Alan,Building C. Whiter, ,Jacksonville Jr. 319 of Westmoreland Street and / Oil
Co
Starke l
Northerly line. of .Lafayette. Tire Sales Jerome Jolins :
: Florida
We just don't see why\housewives'' and and fife the original la tae rtfttce Cf) Street 16 Tun minutes thence,East South. 89 degrees -
the
along
business people} ,should ,pay for it. the Clerk of the Circuit Court Oa or Northerly line of Lafayette
before the 25 day of Nor. 1957 '
: ti
feet'
otherwise the allegations of said Street 377.53;'". to point of beginning I, Court and Madison Sts.! KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY ,
Complaint will be taken as confessed .
GREETINGS: You are herebyno : '!!*
'
7"oUe'-
THE BRAbItc7RDrCOUNfRELEGRAPH"EST titled that-a sultan equity has been i
This notice shall ve published.atO, brought against you and't'acb of J':, (
each week' for four ce>. JsecntlT ., $
-
15'19yLOk1DA'i and also
you against B.'C. Holtffen-
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week ia the Bradford Convty T.H- I :
dorf and Ethel
:OLDEfcT WEEKLY NEW, ( + .Marie Holtzendorf
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graph. his wife, and Seaboard Air Line '
11.f AKM PUBDtHEtT COWTTNOUW.V-
Dated this 19 day of October
UNDER Trft "AU lt *YAg11R/fFf.1 1957. Railroad oration authorized Company,_a to foreign ,carp-, 588: : Jacksonville
do/puain..s
'';iiJI..v D'ENfEptrb (OFFICIAL,SEAL)' In Florida as defendants/ in the' ; Your Nearest Redemption .Store Edgewood Ave.t
p ) Maa'rEAY.THE: OT *lCK >tt CTAItltC FLORIDA Urn Clerk of the Crrinlt ntlt't. >>. F. Hagen and Clara Hasea..his D 1 ,r o
;; Ii i ', IU> < -
'THC ACT OF HAMCM, s. t.7" By Marian 1... Crosby. Deputy Clerk wife as plaintiffs; that the relief I :

10/: it 11/16 axracat ta said son Is t*aUblUh :: I .I :
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1937.: Ult..wmm COUNTY: TKLEtiKAl'H. .STAUHE, FLORIDA PAI1F. THllKBBROOKER
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..yyYYY9..yyyyYfY9 Doll won by Mrs. Mattie Ellis of Pierce last weekend. i sms called microbes. Without week when he came in with a

Worthington Springs; steam iron Sgt. and Mrs. Clifton Hayesand TOOLATE organic matter furnished by decaying half hamper of the first pickingof
won by Mrs. Ethel Russ of children who have been stationed : plants, microbes in the fall string beans. For some

Brooker; fruit cake won by Miss in COlorado, visited the soil starve; without microbes the reason he put the hamper all in

Barbara Davis.kAAAAAAAAu..au.A.au Dianne Colson of Starke. The Guy Harrells last week before TO. CLASSIFY soil: is poor and nonproductive.Cover my car. They were good enough
By Sue I overall receipts from the carnival leaving for Iran where Sgt. crops when turned under that even all my kids enjoyed

totaled $408.20. : Hayes will be stationed for .the prevent loss of plant food them. Of the two boys left rumoris
Halloween Carnival We regret that little David next two years. By Russell KayIn 1 through leaching and improve that "Bee" will be next and"Wee"

The annual Halloween Carni- Tindall is a patient in the Gain- Mrs. Marie Brown of North 1j j fertility. ,They also reduce dam- will be laft.XOTICE .
esville hospital. Carolina is visiting her mother this tragic hour of racial r
val, sponsored by the Brooker ;age from wind and water ero-
James Harrell of Stetswn Uni- Mrs. H. O. Brown, this week. strife it is refresjiing to encounter :sion and increase i TO APPEAR
PTA, was held Saturday, Oct. crop yields. !. Ckun.rery.
Florida
versity was home recently and Allen Lewis visited friends in a simple, sincere, inspiring ,
Mar- Cover IB Circuit Court Bradford Ceuty.Grmer .
26, at the Brooker Farmers crops can serve a dual r i
football St. Augustine last weekend.Mr. of Plaintiff. ,
attended the Gator game story race relationship in the C. Harris. 1R
ket with the usual carnival in Gainesville.Mr. and Mrs. Claude B. Smith form of an autobiography of a role. Oats as an example, serve By G. T. Huggins I Esther L. Harris, Defendant
The well Case No. U402ntirr
booths and chicken supper. as a supplemental grazing
and Mrs. H. E. Stokes and son of Frederick, Md. were colored girl who was helped bya County Agent \ To Appear
I I11'ha't
the before
of the evening: was ; crop being allowed to
highlight have returned home after a two recent guests of the Frank Tin-1 Southern white woman' with t I To: Esther U Harris, whose residence -
drawing for the following prizes: produce grain. some cover crops and address Is: Unknown
weeks visit with the James neya. an understanding heart. There are You are hereby notified that i
can be before last
grazed they are less than year.
Keedwells in Brockton, Mass. Mrs. Rufus Green is visitingher The author Jessie Bennett i About Your Pecans? suit for divorce has been filed
will
turned under for green manure. I The leaves that have not been indications 'that good pecans against you In the above named
Rev. and Mrs. R. R. Carlton daughter, Mrs. Clyde Rober- Sams, was born in Alachua
Clover It will and cause and you are required -
Court
I this
lupine, hairy indigo, with be in demand season.
and Hughey Crosby of the U. S. son, in Clermont this week. County and raised in Ft. Myers. moth eaten are falling along to serve a copy of your an-
begganveed, sesbania, peas and varieties of nuts. This be to your advantage to do a swer or pleading to the complaint
Navy visited Elaine and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sapp of Her 70,000 word manuscript was some AttorneyTanlisr
Mrs. Richard Crosby in Pompano Jacksonville were the weekend hand printed as the author is nota native grasses are recommended : means that it is time to make little grading so that your pro- on the Plaintiffs& Maddos. 109 Law Ei-
Beach last weekend. guests of Mrs. Nora Sapp. typist. She now teaches school for cover crops. plans for marketing.The duct will make a good appearance change Building Jacksonville 2,

Amelia Coleman of Starke was Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis in Los Angeles. Farmers can't afford to grow Farmers Market management when any buyer first looksat have and Florida file the original in the offire

the Friday overnight guest of visited Mrs. Eva Crowl in Largo Titled, "White Mother," the clean cultivated crops year after is anxious to have your it. How many will you of tl.e Clerk or'the Circuit (.int,
I and when do you think the first on or before the 28 day of Oct
Barbara Sue Davis. recently.Mrs. book will be released October 28 year, because clean cultivation ideas as to about when you will IS57; otherwise the allegations of
/e Mr. and Mrs. Truby Hodge Henry Hodge is visiting by McGraw-Hill and promises to burns" out 'the organic contentof have your first quantity of pe- sale should be? You can help said Complaint will be taken as

r rr 1yq and children of Jacksonville were friends and relatives in St. Au- become a best-seller. It has already the soil. Burning cans ready Contacts have been the market to help you. confessed This notice by you.shall be publishedonce

weekend guests of Mrs. Henry gustine this week. been selected by the up organic made with several buyers and More About Brooker each week for four consecutive
Mrs. Lucretia Green has returned Christian Herald matter worth thousands of dollars is weeks la the Bradford County Tele-
Hodge.Mr. as "Book of they are waiting to know the The N. G. Hayes family ex- graph.
and Mrs. Ruey Tetstone of to her home here after the Month" in the Herald Family is just as bad as burning upa first sale date. It will help a lot periencing a time of exr-tement. Dated this 25 day of Sept., 1SJ7.:

r Jacksonville and Miss Melba spending a few days with the Book Club. The November issueof barn worth an equal amountof if several growers would let some One of the three boys W. H., better OFFICIAL Charles A.SKAU Darby.

Tetstone of Starke visited Alex Williams family in Jack- the Reader's Digest carries a money, according to the of us have your suggestions for known as "Fats"! is busy Clerk of the Circuit Court
friends and relatives here last sonville.Mr. condensation entitled, "Our Miss scientist. the first sale. previewing his matrimonial date. 'By Marian I.. Crosby, Deputy 9127t Clerk 11/15
and Mrs. F. M. Vickey and Rossie.
weekend. I The pecan crop will be much He proved his excitement last
Bryant Moore has returned to children of DeFuniak Springs, When Mrs. Rossie Lee of Ft.
ASK Alaska where he is employed and Mrs. Tom Steel of Vero Myers came into the lives of two -

after a two weeks visit with his Beach were recent guests of theG. colored waifs, they were ragged
CHARLEY E. JOHNS &: SON mother, Mrs. Felia Moore. E. Green and Ernest Edwards motherless, nine-year-old girls

Mr.and Mrs. Lloyd Wood and families. Irvine to care for a paralyzed
about this question: .
son are visiting relatives in South Mrs. R. R. Carlton and son, father.

"The recent Gulf hurricane Carolina for a few days. Hughey Crosby, visited friends Mrs Lee gave them work,
Weekend guests of the H. E. and relatives in Tallahassee, food, clothing, provided medical
makes me wonder when one Stokes family were Mrs. Cope- Greensboro, and DeFuniak care for their father until his

,will again strike here. I have I land of Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Springy last week. death and inspired them to at-
Rudolph Stokes of Alachua, and Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Green gavea tend school and later college. To
read that building costs have Mr. and Mrs Buddy Stokes of small luncheon Sunday, Oct. Mrs. Lee, they were unfortunate

doubled in just the last 6 or Starke. 27, honoring their eldest daughter 'human beings in need and the = "Super-Right" Short Shank Skinned 10 to 14-lb avg.

7 years. Have I increased my Everyone wishes a speedy recovery Shirley, on her 19th birth- fact that they were colored did
to Juanita Stalnaker whois day anniversary. In the afternoon not prevent her doing all In her
Hurricane Insurance to meet a patient in the Lake Butler they held open house. The tables power to help them.

the higher costs?" hospital. were decorated with a lovely lace In spite of the racial strife and

Vernon Hunter of Live Oak cloth and was centered with a bitterness so publicized today, COOKED
visited Mrs. Amanda Lewis Sun- huge "three-tiered birthday cake the story of Mrs. Lee is no different FULLY

Charley E Johns day afternoon.Mr. decorated with a rosebud design. I than hundreds of others
and Mrs.. Paul Emory of The guests were served cake and where white friends have be-
Palatka visited Mrs. Eva Harrell) coffee. Those attending the friended and cared for Negroes
over the weekend. luncheon were Mr. and Mrs Ger- Men and women, who under- Half orWfioe
Charles Kelley is visiting Mr. ald Dukes and son, Linda Gayle stand the Negro and his problem. C
& Son Agency and Mrs. Roswell Kelley in Ohio Green and Roger Stone. After- "White Mother" is the storyof HAMS LB

this week. noon guests were Mrs. Lucille human love, courage and understanding :
Mrs. Iva Mae Lewis and Willie Edwards and children, Mr. and that needed to be
Phone 13 Starke Fla. Short of Gainesville visited Mr. ;[rs. Howard Douglas and chil- told. The book reflects nothingbut
I
and Mrs. W. E. Peters in Ft. dren.. Mr.- and Mrs. Frank Tinney credit on both races and ----- --
1 and sons, Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Southerners should take pride in

Dukes and daughter, Mrs Mary the fact that it is authored by
Green, and Mrs. Rosa Pinholster. a Florida graduate of FloridaA
I Shirley received many lovely & M College and is in tributeto
gifts. t. a true Southern white woman
I!I
HUNDREDSof engaged in service to fellow be- MAYONNAISE QT
ings with the gentleness'and understanding 49C

HONOR ROLLThe that is typical of
details are managed and economically the South.

attended that only a trained and Honor Roll of Bradford To my way of thinking one ---
careful) organization can attend when High School is being sponsoredthis Mrs. Lee is worth more to the ti

s the urgent need for serving is at year by the Beta Club. The world than a thousand Kaspers.Our Jane ,Parker Light 3-4 Nuts or Fruits
hand. Club is proud to recognize the dealings with each other as
-- Individuals of
large number of students makingA's regardless race,
and B's in achievement and creed or color, if based on the 1'/z LBFruit 5 .

DeWITT C. JONES receiving ia one no ITs of the in largest citizenship.This Honor -. blems Golden and Rule we will can meet live our together pro- Cake 2.65 :

Phone 7 Starke, Fla. Rolls that BHS has produced take happily and but it calls for give and 1.35 1 3.85Northern

in recent years, and the Beta 'I understanding on the
of all of
Funeral Director Ambulance Service part us.
Club urges all students to keepup
the 'good work.. Brute force has! never solveda
Our load funeral hOme enables u to otter convenience u4ervlcea
The Club would like to give problem nor can bayonets
Rot cthtrwli available. I A&P Fancy Pure Concord 24-Oz Boll. Armours Star 24-Oz Can
change human
special recognition to those students an opinion. Only as -

61111 I I making straight A's on beings search their own TISSUE 3 rolls 25' GRAPE JUICE 25 BEEF STEW 43c
their report cards This will be, hearts and strive to conduct
W* rurniaa the highest! type service at lowest prices and called the "A" Honor Roll and their lives and their dealingswith

accept ANY life Insurance policy In force, issued by ANToxnptnj for the six weeks period just others fey practicing each Beech-Nut Strained 6 FOR ASP Our Finest Quality 46-Oz. Can

AS payment in part cr la full on a funeral. ended only three students achieved day the teachings of the Mastercan BABY FOOD Armours ViennaSAUSAGE
Consultation 'carries no ebllgatten.I this goal: Gary Chance, 10th we hope to find the peace 63' TOMATO JUICE 25'

grade; Betty Lou Wainwright, and hapiness we all seek. ea 19C

8th grade; and Sallie Ann Ep Criticism and abuse of the Facial Tissue 2 Small Boxes lona Brand Mb Cans
Negro, simply because he is a
person Following, 7th grade.is the regular hon- Negro- only- serves to heightenthe KLEENEX 29c CUT BEETS 3 for 29c Armours StarCORNED
roll tension and feed the fires of
or :
12th Grade hate and bitterness. "Seek and BEEF 43C

Patricia Alvarez, Wilbur Barry ye shall find," "Give and i it shall Sanitary NapkinsKOTEX Ann Page Tender Cooked 2. 31-oz Cans

Lavora Capps, Robert Cooper, be given unto you," "Love thy
I Virginia Darby, Tommy Dyal, neighbor as thyself," and _"Do leg 43c PORK & BEANS 37' Detergent GIANT SIZE
unto others as would have
Betty Farkas, Gerry! Gibson, you
Beverly Green Iris McCullough, them do unto you" are admonit- Converted Rice 28Oz.. Pkg. CHEER 75
ions as true and serviceable to- For Long Lasting Protection
Mark Moore, Ed Mosely, Charles
Osborn. Pat Pellum Burge Searing day as they were when they UNCLE BEN'S 35' Toothpaste Large TubeDENTIKISS -
} a were given two thousand
years
Elissa Stefanelli, Jeanne .
ago on the shores of Galilee.I 25c GREEN GIANT LARGE
Wait, Joanne Wait, Charles Noe- .
I gel, Rosine Flakes, Mary Starl- urge you to read "Our MissRossie" JIM DANDY QUICK '
in the Reader's Digest


\ l I t ing.Terry Barbara Futch nth Bates, Linda Grade Ann Gaskina Elder,,I and well." later I spent am the sure and book you your"White will time find will Mother. real be- GRITS S LIGHTBULBS i s75U21c: PEA S S1

inspiration in the
touching
story.
John Green, Terrell Green, Char-
lene Hardy, Jim Hobbs, Judy A&P New LOW PRICES!

; .. -- Kelly Martin, Bubba Mary Agnes LaMee,Matthews Brenda, Spanish Meeting Class To Organize SetA 2 }11/2 Ib boxes b 21 C COFFEE 3'b' bag $2.13 2 -1 lIb cans 35

Patsy Nichols Glenda Parker,

RCA Victor Dolton.l0w-prK'ed table George Patten, Mara Payne, A meeting to organize a classin ,
TV with Leon and Clean" styling that Elizbeth Prevatt, Franklin Ritch I Conversational Spanish under '; v TAKE I.ijiZ5i1

saves you space. New, "Mirror-Sharp" Bennie William the Adult Education program _for__ 1v
picture-262 sq.in. of viewable area.HighShorpandEosy" 10th Grade both beginners and advanced fi: ;
?tir jf
Dolores Clover-
Chance,
tuning with new Gary students will be held Monday,
John Dodd Elder,
"One-Touch" on-off control Improved settle Larry Nov. 4, at 7:30 p. m. in the
Hank Graham, Frieda KSmbler, Apple Pie
Balanced Fidelity Sound. Powerful new southeast wing of the USO
i I' Harold Tyus, Mary K. Wain- I
super chassis.Ebony;mahogany grained wright, Linda Kay Sale, Lane Building, L. H. Gibson, program jANErAKKuQIANCEChiffon
\ or $timed oak grained finishes extra. director, stated.
Jo
Shannon Flora Slade, Sara
211820 Series. Sprow. All adults within commuting .7 Cake
9th GradeEd distance of Starke are invited to CortlandEATINGCOOKING
attend, Gibson said.
Brown, Veverly Chapman,
21" ONLY $199- Kay Christmas, Dave Long, Dot- "Floridians are becoming more, Sultana
and more aware of the need
to
tie Mercer, Terry Walters, Amelia APPLES
learn BUTTER2L69
something about
Williams Barbara Salmon. Spanish PEANUT '
8th Grade because of the great increase of


TV Service dish.Joalyce Sandra Graham.Solano Joanne, Jackie Red. Latin Cuba.as American well Mexico as their tourists and own to Central travelsto Florida 2 Pounds For 1 Sc .:;; STRAWBERRYPreserves ilPleilAt-

Stewart, Betty 1th Grade Lou Wainwright. America, Gibson stated. WIN'AGt Pitre
'
High school seniors ..
who expect 21L 59c
Arlen Bias. Vicky Devrick,
to attend college will be Long Fancy
Sally Ann Epperson, Harriett .
accepted in the class, however
All Work Guaranteed Free Estimate Goodman Jack 'McComb, James no credits are awarded for PAGI _
Wells, Lynn White. any 'f for ANN
work under the program, the director 3 14c
IJUUUIYIDtI1
Fully Equipped Dependable EVERGREENBAPTIST explained.* Pork and Be tins

1 All Makes and Models CHURCH SOIL SCIENTIST SAYS Golden Ripe .

Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching TURNING COVER CROP SPlew2 sCANS. 31c
11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. PUTS MONEY .IN BANK !
SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV m. Preaching 7:3(? ,. m. Prayer BANANAS 2 pounds 25C
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Turning under a cover crop is .
like putting money in the bank. away fetiMoif foot uruua...tan Us -

INMAN D. GREEN, Owner HAMPTON If you have not already planted Grapefruit e.s
CHRISTIAN CHURCH your winter cover crop, betterdo or e t e S
TV =:.. Radio .- Seat Covers Upholstering Christian Endeavor,FrIday 7:30p. so without delay. __ I

Starke Fla. m. Bible Study, Wednesday, Dr. F. B. Smith, Agricultural h M UUI AtUMtC a r.WK 141 COMIMf '
ORANGES
fhone239 8
7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning Wor- Experiment Station Soils depart-
ship,- 11 a. ra. Evening Worship, ment head, 'says turning under: a Saturday
7:30: p. a. Bible School 10 a. m. cover crop feeds tiny Moil organ- 1 November 2.


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"*nv.,: FOUR .BRADFORD. : COUNTY, 'TELEGRAPH,'STARKE, FLORIDA: FRIDAY, :XQVE3IBER 1. 1957.
_ _ _
.
Albert Linda Home Are Farm Woman'sClub I which la-the 2 day of Dee., 1937. lJ-- '- .' -,'
State
Stefanelli -
ProgramP'resented: United : Dated this 29 day of Oct., 1957.iQtficial .. -

On .H ,use .PlantsAt In Double- ing Ceremony St. Edwards Entertains With Clerk of,Seal Circuit) Charles Court A. of Parl Brad->,

j"1 Tbrd County, Florida.
Garden ClubA :A.Halloween Party tI/1It tl/!! AEIC

;: *<
program on house plants Members of the State Farm TARKE FLA.. ,

., .. was given at the regular meetingof : i Woman's Club entertained' at a A REMINDERWE L__
.
1 the Starke Garden Club Mon- delightful .Halloween party last
rir
Gladys Mooty day evening. i Saturday evening ,at the Com SUN., MON., TUES.

.._.__.__-_L_'-p. ____ -m_.-_= _-_'_ _'.' Mrs. Jessie Young,., president, ; munity' Club house for Sta\e November 3, 4, 5

presided over the meeting: and Farm employees' and their fain DOUBLE FEATUREGunsight
;I II
.. .tJ
Joan Henderson And James Clarence Hoppe Miss Clara Leaman gave the de- ilies.The Ridge

votion. It was voted for the club club house was gayly -de.
Wed In Impressive Candlelight Ceremony With Joel :MrCrea, Mark Stevens
-
to decorate the tables for' the ,.:: corated for the ''occasion with
And Joan WeldonAnd
.
Chamber of Commerce annual ., witches, dried corn stalks

dinner on Nov. ,14 with Mrs. M. ghosts orange"and black crept
.
F. Hazen, chairman. Mrs" Hazen I I. I Ie paper streamers and Jack-o-lan- FULL OF LIFEWith

will have on her committee, Mrs.H. I ; terns. Hot dogs, cookies and cole Judy HoIUday! and"Richard

A. Lawson Mrs.' F. 'J. Shaw. drinks were aerved during the Conte

/4: Mrs. :Young, and Mrs. Ewell -7ah party hours. Plus Color Cartoon for Children

.j Lawson. The club will again'' be ;tJ The prison orchestra "furnishermusic

1"t i in charge of the Fish Pond concession for dancing for the adult'. Wed., Thur.. Nov., 7

at the 'school Halloween *14 t 1 while games were 'enjoyed by" th* DOUBLE FEATURE

Carnival with'Mrs. P. J. Quattle- children.
The Buckskin LadyWith
: baum as chairman Five -'new "

t members were voted into the -" : Social Club Holds CARRY A COMPLETE Patricia Medina and Richard

A 1 club. ... SELECTION, OF Denning
% -Quattlebaum! won the HalloweenMeeting And .
)
door prize, a lovely begonia Phonograph'Tape Ten Thousand

plant... A door prize consisting of II. The Starke Social nub.heir': .

4. g. flowers or plant will be given at ,,, ,4 $! itfl second October meeting a', BedroomsWith
,. Recorders
'
each meeting this : the First }Methodist Church a'
year.
1j:1 1t Mrs. M. F. Hazen gave an interesting ,8 :p. -m. TheHalloween theme .*.. : J'lus, Color Dean Cartoon Martin

: 4' talk on "How.to Grow 0.' was carried and games :appropriate R dlolCameras

House Plants; am} had 12 plants 1 to the season were enjoyedAt
.
t. At the 'bt18inessmeeting'Rev, Fri., Sat. .Nov. .8, 9
-I __ on display. A question ,and an- I k' '
swer period followed the pro I W, McAHley announced that DOUBLE FEATURE

t'4 'hIi gram. .the' first meeting! of November JewelryGIFTS JUNGLE GENTSWith
will -be'in St Edward's Parish
Hostesses for the evening were :
anfl Iluntz ,IIall
Leo Gorcey
: Mrs. T. B. Harding :Mrs. Jessie St. Edwards' Catholic Church; afternoon ''dress'with 'Whi&l she Hall 'with -Mr.Rev,and Mrs. 'John FOR TilE ENTIRE And The Bowery Boys
I Crehan and W. S. McAliley .
Young, Mrs.% Ewell Lawson" and was the settting for the 6 o'clock wore white accessories and a I FAMILY. : :YOU. WILL BE AND
Mrs. T. J. Alderman. in charge of program -and re ,
wedding last Saturday evening corsage of white carnations. PROUD TO GIVEBULLINGTON .
which united in marriage :Miss The bride, who was given in freshments., APACHE

Mrs. John Crockrell Linda 'Home, daughter of Mr. marriage by her uncle, Jack Yeo- S Delicious refreshments were J IJT TECHNICOLORJean
served by Mrs. W. L. Blair, Mr
Mrs. D H. Home of Punta Gorda her'Vedduig lalight' Peters
mans, chose for ,
Honored and'Mrs.. Bradford and
With ShowerMrs. ; Henry ,
and Albert H., Stefanelli son of Hue sheath dress with Miss Amy Coburn. : J Plus 'Serial Chap. 18 and Color
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli of mat hing- Jacket. 'ShV 'worea: '' t 4 Cartoon' fur Kids.
Studio and'
John Gift
Crockrell. was hon- Shop
Starke. The wh'ite
double-ring cere- shoulder core 'of feath

ored at a lovely. stork showerThumday'evening. mony was performed by Rev._ eredr.carnations and lilies of the Two YoungstersFete Phone 265 Starke, Fla ,_ -_- ._. __. i .J
Oct. 24 '
given John A. Skehan. valley' : .t .oi't
by Mrs. Shi Smith, Mrs. W. T. BirthdaysRep. ,. -
Two pedestal baskets of white Following"the wedding' small
Gill, Mrs. J. O. Sapp Mrs. E. T. S
gladioli and pompoms were reception was held at the stefan- -
Lewis and Mrs. -Gilbert Brownat ana< Mrs. .Doyle Conner
placed at either side of the altar "*
elli home.
the home of the latter, 704 So. entertained at a birthday party '
Orange St. -., .ioi' .the ceremony.t Mrs. Levy After' a: short weHdnig !'trip to Sunday afternoon n' for' "their f{n. I'FLOOK/

jCanova playd the traditional South Florida the newlyweds are Doyle; ,Jiwho"" was celebrating-
In an impressive candlelight I I quet of valley liliesvand white Attractive arrangements of wedding marches. making their home' (Jacksdh-: his" second anniversary.. '

ceremony performed last Friday orchids. mixed fall flowers were used to Robert L. Stefanelli served his ville. 71 1 1"r 'Trie refreshment table' carried It's a '

evening at 7:30 o'clock in the I I Miss Cater Baxley of Macon, advantage to decorate the home brother as best man, and :Miss I Mrs. StefaneUi' Is in employee out' the Halloween n&tif and the \

First Methodist Church of Tampa Ga. was maid of honor. Brides- for the occasion. The lace covered Shirley Home sister of. the bride, "of'Fox Films in Jacksonville and 15 youngsters'were given 'Hal It's a dt' \

Miss Joan Henderson became maids were Miss Shirley Morgan. refreshment' table was cen- was her only. attendant. Miss I Mr. Stefanelli is an emplqye 'or loweeti"noisemakers' .and favors. ( >, :t
the bride of James Clarence Hop- Miss Ann Miss tered with a beautiful white ake 'iri" cksohvi1l '.' '
Parsons Evelyn Home was attired m a,Navy blue Caruso Electric J The "honor est received ablack bracelet!
g
pe. The bride, who is the reigning -' Polk, Miss Jane Sisson, Mrs.:'William decorated with pink 'and, :*blue 'f S I .stallion 'Shetland >

Queen of Ye Mystic Kreweof C. Crowder and Mra birds. : > ,, 3 !i ..> pony'
DavidG. from, his'arent and the youngsters AND ONLYEtqureitt
VowsIn "
Ruth
Charles Johns Repeat '
Gasparilla. is the daughter of Hanlon, Winter Haven. Their Appropriate games were i> ay- SibleyAnd enjoyed riding it during the
,
Mrs. Thomas Nathan Hendersonand terrace ed during the hours and .- '
length party
gowns were of :. Lovely Outdoor Ceremony: Theressa. party 'hours. $4950
the late Mr. Henderson, of feather weight two-toned green prizes awarded to Mrs. Ira 'Wilson ,

Tampa. The bridegroom is the taffeta. They wore half hats of Mrs. B. M. McRae and Mrs. At a lovely garden wedding' sleeves .tapered at 'h r'*" wrists. Vicki Strath entertained '12 _

ion of Mr. and :Mrs. Clarence green in a leaf design and Owen Alvarez. under the soft lighting of Japa- Her shoulder length veil fell from'atiara friends at Halloween party at

, rimble Hoppe of Tampa, and ai matching green satin slippers. The honoree was presented her ,nese lanterns Miss Ruth Sibley, _. of seed pearls: !\ and1 she her' home'on N."Wahiut "street V s _

nephews of :Mrs. 0. L. Beasley and Their arm bouquets were white gifts; in a pink and blue decorated and Charles C. Johns repeated carried" a Bible, topped with. white, Thursday evening.
.
;
Mrs. J.v.. Kincaid of !, -
'
Starke.Dr.
fugi mums. bassinet. The hostesses "
gave nuptial vows on Friday evening, carnations.. .
Millard C. Cleveland of- Mr. Hoppe served as his son's her a lovely tblue baby shawl .S ,S 'f..t.
Oct. 11. at 8 o'clock. The wedding -, 4
., The bride's mother chose for \"j' 7
ficiated at the THE RIGHT POINT for the 1E AS
ceremony per- best man. and groomsmen were embroidered in pink.Approximately took.'place a( the home of "daughter's
1 .
her
wedding brown
formed before an altar banked Howell A. McKay, R. Andrew 25 guests enjoyed _a : way you write. Come in and select / ., : f'i ,
the '
in
bride'sparents Theressa street .length dress with brown / f71' :4' I / _j'
with palms and tropical green- Duncan Douglas D. Martin Jr.. this delightful affair. with the Rev. Fred Dodd your favorite ESTERBCOOR 19' g4' hp_fr W tcl,'I.a&vi!'
performing : accessories and she wore a
ery, and large urns holding Thomas N. Fountain. Ten., TE bGRAPH 17 : ,
arrangements Henderson, III brother I the double ring cereInony. -:shoulder corsage 'of' pink carn-' 1 --.5-- -5 l.show deoit.I III
of white chrysanthe- of the bride, Joan Murphee of .
Bridal Pair Honored ation.s. Ac"1
mums anJ..:l!! io!:... Burning Gainesville, and Wm. C. Crowder. t' ,. NOTICE OF, APPLICATION PUR _

white tapers shed' a-soft light Ushers were Dr. Edward: F. At'Rehearsal l PartyMra S, Mr.' ,The and, bidisthedaughte Mrs. Elbert' Sibley\,of of, 5"he' mother the.groom worea S' ".4"T..'1B4.16.X UF.I-O*VXotUe .,jO ,?

over the scene. Carter Jr. Dr. Ned W. Navy blue ,sheath ,dress with, 4 1 a
Holland. Theressa -and the is the -- : is herphy.gi Ti, that T. JIdforman. _
:Mrs. J. groom black accessories complimented .\ th> "hoI0er of the fol1'wing .
Bertram Johnston, or- R L. Van Dervort of Atlanta, Leonard Noegel and Mrs > .
.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles 'B. .
-
: reitlficates has filed said -- I
ganist, and John J, Trusler, vocal- and I. Lamar King, all uncles of Elmer Johns entertained at a Johns 'of Starke. with- a pink -carnation corsage. certifU'atPd s' for' a .tax deed to be ---- 5- -

1st presented a selection of wed- the bride and LeRoy Whirdby, rehearsal party at the Theressa S A reception. immediately. followed -: i" ued! ,thereon.) The certificate AMERICAN GIRL"H"
The took beneath ''
ding niusic. Birmingham, Ala., and Herbert Community Hall Thursday evening ceremony place I the_wedding: and wasalso', lumbers and years of issuance the bracelet styling
a, white description bf the property, and the
latticedarchway I unmatched Bulova accuracy.
The bride given in marriageby H. Hill, Atlanta. Oct. 10, honoring f Miss Ruth which interlaced with fern I j held at the home of'the ,bride's nii1I1t'lhlf"vh1cb it wa! assessed are, 17 jewels.lifetime unbreak- -
was
i
I
her uncle, Frank II. Hender- Mrs. Henderson mother of the ibley and Charles C. Johns. and had two wedding bells in the''parents.1 A beautiful- ,three-tiered- Ct'rtificate03 as follows: ; ,Tear of JSluance'19R able mainspring. $49.50 _______________________
__
cake with _____
_
son, wore a full cathedral sweep bride, wore .a sheath gown of Games were played during the I center. Tall baskets of' white'carnations wedding ., .topped- .. a ;i ______________
: miniature' I' de. and 'cen- Description of Property:. Lots 1, Only Bulova could ___ ___ __
.bridal gown of pure silk and misty green'S k, f featuring p evening after which cake and and'white: .groorn I
.and pink of'INk 3 Lincoln City' (S i of;! such
, tered bride's( ta'bIe.Mrs, Jack bring a
French Chantilly lace. bodice embroidered in and punch were served. the W. of you
A shallow, crystal ..gladioli either end I SEU Ry) See 32 T 6 S. 1' __
were placed at *of Waldo the ,brid 's :2 E? fabulous "twoforthemoney" -___
scooped neckline, misted with rhinestones. She wore a matching Mrs. Fred Dodd assisted the "" "* '* Eddy kept. y
%' of the ardiway; : Came in whkli'ass sed: HattIe
:pearls, enhanced the fitted 'bod jeweled hat and accessories si sses"- serving. book and Mrs. .Harry Nadeau of Stark**. gift at such

ice. The apron skirt of silk, : and her corsage was ''of orchids. Among those attending were Miss "Kathy Johns ,of ,Starke .Miami cut .the cake Assisting' at .Ail of said property .belng -in the I a low, low price.
1! pianist, played nuptial'selections .the; ,punch :.b wlswere" Mrs. Robert County of Bradford, ,State of Fla.
mounted on a wide band of lace Mrs. Hoppe, mother: of the members "of the Sibley-Johns Ihoose from 12 exquisite models from '4950 to $100
and Unless such certificate rertiicates -
accompanied Miss Barbara Markalee Norman or
Cox, Mrs. -
joined an enormous sweep of bridegroom wore a shadowy wedding. party.Kingsley hall b* redeemed according
pleaded] tiered lace and tulle and 1''! sheath dress of apricot Chantilly -, Mat hett -of Hampton.soloist/ Miss Joan Sweeney k,and to .Ias.the; propertydecibed in

'whirled into fullness of the cath- lace over silk matte crepe. The Lake YWA who sang "Walk Hand in Hand" Miss Jean .Hall" .- be such sold certificate'or,to the highest certificates bidder at will the

',edral train. Her short bouffantveil ;i bodice was finished ,with a semi- t and Love Dream'Elmer !. After spending some ,time with court house door on..the first Mon- GEM JEWELRY"WE
L. Johns served his their the left day in Month of December, 1957,
of French illusion fell froma i scooped neckline. shirred"at" the The Kingsley Lake !YWA met brother guests newlyweds' which istlre 2 "day ofDec.. 1957.
Victoria cap of French Chan- i I waist with matching 'chrffonI at. the home of Miss Judy Ellington as best man.- on a wedding trip to' TOccoa'F Dated this 39 day of Oct. 1957.;

tilly lace, encrusted with seed I i drifting to the back. in two flowing Thursday, Oct. 24, for ,its Mrs. .James Davis of Jacksonville lls. Ga. They are-now residing (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby.

'pearls. She carried an arm bou- I I hemline panels. She. wore a monthly business meeting. Mrs. Ernest Triest of Ther- at ,their new home -on the Palat- 'ford Clerk County of Circuit Florida.Cwirt of Erad- SERVICE WHAT WE SELL"

I essa, Mrs. 'Dick"Williams 'of Ica inside the Starke ,
highway
Devotion, brought by Mrs. Marie li/l 4t 11/22
Hampton! and Mrs. Elmer, Johns city:limits. -S .
.Siemer. was- followed by..* a of Starke served as' brid 5mai.ds.1 Mr. and Mrs. Johns are BHS NOTICE OP APPLICATION :FOR "THE HOUSE OF FINE DIAMONDS" .
"I'd "Rather BeA
program on TAX DKEI
Under They were attired in pink ballerina i and Mrs. Johns .'. I
New Management. Doorkeeper." The business meet- graduates: is. now Hrr. 1O4.1R.>> lii.
ingfollowed! and refreshments lengthdres s' and"wore pink enployed' at ,the Florida Bank at Alderman Notice is the her'eby'gisen: that T'J.: 109 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.
holder of the following -
; were later served by .:Miss Judy. caps of matching' material.:' Their, Starke.. ,Mr. Johns received hia certificates. filed said I
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SIMPSON'S TAXI PHONE 200 Ellington. mitts were white net and they BSBA from the U. ot F. and isnosy certificates for a' tax deed to be
issued thereon. The 'certificate
carried bouquets of
rose, m-
p at Humphrey'sGold
i employed numbers and years of issuance the --S I
: Now'Owncd'and\ Operated by oJ poms. Corp. descriptionof the property and theDames ,
and Executive Board The junior bridesmaids were Oufof town guests at 5- thwedding follows Jn -which: It assefcsed areas : November 2 i
; George Dolly Simpson, Opening Saturday
f
Ann Packham and Mary Lou :were Mr.and 'Mrs. Certificate No. 36; ,Year of Issuance ,

; The' Executive Board of the Gnann of .Theressa .. wore Harry Nadeau of,Miami, Mr. ndMrs. 1933.Description; '
COURTEOUS SERVICE of Property: I lot .as S
.. ... Starke Woman's Club will hold 'pink 'dresses fashioned on similar S .. J: H. Mayoof Ray 'Cit?, described in Deed Book 32 page i 1:30' A.M.

; NEWLY COVERED SEATS their Tegular "meeting 'Wednesday lineso t the. bridesmaids, and GJU, Mrs. Ekie Hall,. Joan ,and 309, Sec. 22. T. 6 S. R. 22 E.
afternoon Nov. 6,.at 4 30 o'clock Name.>-which, 'B.sse sed: Horace S
'they carried nosegays of rose 'Connie Sweeney of Gainesville Calbert.All HOME STYLE CAFETERIA

I S PROMPT 21-HOUR SERVICEt at theclub house.machingjace pompoms i Mr. and Mrs. ,Warren Young-, of I' County of Bradford. State of Fla.
I The bride given. Si Mr. and Mrs. 'Milton
marriageby blood. FASTER SERVICE
Unless such certificate certificates ( )
orchid or
hat and an
!t Phone 200 Your Patronage Appreciated *- t' .. her: fatherr; .,wore a'ballerina Youngtloodand' Rev.; Frank shall be redeemed according

I corsage.Immediatey after the cere- length:dress of lace and net tiers catio 'of Tampa, and' Mrs. Jack auch to law certificate the 'property or ;certificates described will in SERVING HOURS: 11:30 A.M. 2:30 P.M. # .

1 H Mrs. entertained over white bridal 'Ft tin. The Idng Eady: of Waldo. be sold to the: highest bidder at the, S 5:30 P.M. 8:30 PJH.
Henderson
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mony --- court -bouse 'door on the first Mon;
J I.t with a reception at the Tampa day in Month of., IDecen LOIl'. 111)1;

> Yacht and Country Club. Presbyterian group WSCS Meetings 4 DAILY CHOICE
i i Oi After the Mr. and

_AC I 'J T.ff! .... r --: :Mrs. Hoppe left reception. for a wedding Fetes Halloween "'The Methodist: W. "s. C. S. will GASTOONSGIB ] MEATS VEGETABLES
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trip to an undisclosed desti- meet next week as follows:
f '"t1'fJl' : return' 'to The 'Pioneer Youth Fellowship SELECT THEM YOURSELF
,
'f.Ol'iJ.I nation. 'Upon their Circle0"! will m'eet.Tuesday 'atid'oclock w. .r '" --

'.... .... _,,:, .:. ..... Tampa they willbe -at home .at of the, First Presbyterian Church at the'lparsori" ge with V '.r -JJy-- S FROM STEAM TABLETea
50 Davm'13oulevard, Davis Is:, had a Halloween party at Vhe
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.KokomoorndMre
Donald
Presbyterian recreation hall Saturday Mrs.; 'BROWN ; Coffee Salads ..
from' SIX lands. S hostesses. I -- Dessert
ONE DAY TO MONTHS! Oct..26at: 3:30 XG. Denmark, as \
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p.m. < '
Circle 2 will at
met'Monday
Carolyn Roland and ., .. ,
1' Throughout hunting W 4 Dowling won contests: for Billy the' 3 .o'clock. at the home.' irfyMrs., V. '

A ,season; you,need best 'Halloween masks made .'O. $ridgesVithirI&C.' *' 5-'' 'Jj Wad'eas S 97 c AllYou-CanEat97c
co-hostess
\' the protection of ac- from fir-ffe d' pf. from "paper sacks." Other Hal- : .. -1 1 ,

4 '.w eident insurance."American's" I '- foween game's" antl'stunt3* were I Circle 3 ,will meetMonday. Children to 8 Years 48c To 14 Years 63cTRY'

d .. Travel! CtHDS-FUl enjoyed, followed, by refresh- afternoon:; at ;3 o'clock: -atL.. the .

Protector ments. home. of Mrs. Daisy. Perryman!
t
Policy
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4. pays t : YOU'LL BE SATISFIED
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dismembermentand
VIRUS THbT -S '
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SORE ? .

t1 medi al. P.ses Junior Woman's Club Family. Reunion SPECIAL ,BREAKFASTS .. Open 6' AM {
.s. 1 in case ,of on accident_ 39
I ) To The: descendants Martha -
AdoptBudget
Build 5- .'
and payment to your family up strength ;;_ :ar4 \ ,
l' hold iam-' 3 EGGS 3 STRIPS BACOX OR !
and Henry Sapp will a 3 SAUSAGE
for loss of Get '
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this
life. start
GoodRes5Is It tim eto
fcst with NEW SUPERHadacol The Junior: Woman Club will ily reunion:at the homesite, noir PATTIES OR HAM POTATOES ,OR GRITS t
24-hour-a-Joy for ?
protection
bark to'urk
3 AL 1 for : meet Monday ,1ov.,4, at 8.p.. .m.S .the. -home. ofy Mr. and "Mrs. Felix, already JUICE, TOAST JELLY COFFEE {
iT one day the entire
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; ; *! JH Glu' -house.'New members Sapp, at Heilbronn Springs on We keep well 4aformed on the

.J hunting season.. .:, will be ,voted on, and a budgetfor Sunday. A basket dinner will be latest news ,about BETTER l
the SER''CE'.i.l and*GIVE It! 72C
year adopted. enjoyed at one Vclock. .
Tuberculosis Christmas # :
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HARLIi C.: WALL% AGENCY. TODAfS y -SUPER TONIC will the be'direction prepared. of formatting. Mra. under Mack, UDC' Meeting --GIB .aJ.1WNSERVICE ,HEBB'S: Dftiyi INN !

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Futch
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"INSURANCE SPECIALISTS" i LARGE SIZE $]69 Hostesses' 'for the social hour D. will, meet "Wednesday afternoon STATION : Complete Restaurant Service .6 A.M. To 12 P.M. I
200 E. Call Street Phone 146 will be J.irs.Gene' Noegel, chairman $ t' "ariS:3in3dock

Night: Call Harry Rabb, 536-J I -Also available in Mrs:J. T.Pollard. Miss Lil' the'Jhome, novo d of,:MiL :.WiB., .;..: Mundy. ;.at :Sts.nikd'OiIProduct% f Curb Service 11 A.M. To 12 P.M. J

Starke, Florida 'I "'y-to-cony capsules > ian Stump, "Mrs: J6 'Ann York,, with' Mrs. "Ruhy iohna'ai; ohostes Mrs. Jewel Rowe

-- Mrs. 'D.' H. May Mrs. KennethGrides ''I.J".1! "" O7N;' TempJe ve; Manager
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J3BADFORD CDNTYULI'O&A1"B.! 8TA&&E' :, FLOBIDA
iI'f. ...________ r P1fF rTVllMr. '
A.- ....,...................- ..o Dr. and Mrs. 'H. S. Mullins .,..... 0"7- ...
\ and Mrs Kincald -
: J. Mrs :-
W.
and ., Judge.T. A. Yawn, Jr. and ,, NOTICE 'OF ; -
I children son ;
spent the weekend APPLICATION FOR NOTICE OP.APPLICATION ;
0. "L. 13easley'returned J TOH QTln-; 1..rl.If"\TIO'\ FOR
f
Monday Terry, were in TAX DEED
Staatsbarg N. T. TAX "
; DEED ,
I Ocala with their Tit; iIW..li
parents; Mr. after spending the, past two I from Wednsday to Monday Sft.,Ifri.tC f\S. Srr. 154.11. F.S. S.*. :Is-II*. F.!. -*
and Mrs L. T. bier and Mr. and weeks in with to "Notice is hereby given that T. J,I t Notice is hereby given that T. J. '"
Tampa Mr. and J attend the wedding .
Alderman
of Judge the holder the foHow- Alderman the I ;.'
Mrs. G. W. Mulliru. holder of the fol- Notion III hereby given that 1i.-
II Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and attending Yawn's sister, Miss Pat Yawn. lag i certificates has filed said certificates -''low'ng: certificates has filed said Alderman the k..ldu.f the fair:
Mr. and Mrs J. P. Dfll spent the wedding of their nephew, Mr. and Mrs. John thereon. for a tax dyed to be issued certificates for a tax deed to be j' lowing certificates has filed sands;
last week visiting friends and Anderson: The certificate numbers:: I issued thereon. The certificate certificates for a tax: deed- to be.
James C. Hoppe to Miss Joan and 'son''and 'Edward" andyears of taauance, .the--d cri- numbers
INTH 1C NEWS relatives in Schwab of { and years of issuance, the issued thereon. The certificate
Ocilla
and Wayeross, Henderson last ,Friday evening Cocoa 'spent the weekend tlon of the property, and the names description of the property and the numbers and years of Issuance, the
Ga. Mrs Dill's 'mother, Mrs. J. Mike with In which it was assessed ate as fol i i names in which it was assessed are description of the property, and the"

._ A...... ._ ...,'.L.'.,...'. _.... _'..."l', M. Lott of Jacksonville returned School of Pickering Medicine 8f., the-U.was'elected,of F. Mr.. and and Mrs.Mrs.Schwab A. W.and AndersonSr. famfly: certificate lows: No. 44; Year of' Issu--:!I I as Certificate follows:No. 54; 'Year, of Issuance I!I names as follows in which: it was assessed an;*

with them for several weeks \ 'Mr' !ante 1953. I 1953. Certificate No. 5a: Year of Issuance
and' Mrs. Reed Lewis and Mrs. N. K. Hurst of Indian : visit. icechainnan"fllst year. "and "Mrs. Palmer 'Tt tman Description of Property: Lot 6 & I I Description of Property: Com 210 I[1V54.
family of New Orleans are I spoils, Ind. and Homossa Fla. ,class ,_ -._ of Dade City were visiting their W1.! of Lot 5 of Blk 1 Dnwling tft E of N\V coy of NW4 .of NE'4 Description of Property: Lots I.".
View-master
Reel and Viewersit '! :Mrs. Pearl )'f. Colson daughter, Mrs. S/W Sec 28 T ft. S R ,22 K. I and Run S 210 ft 'E 420 ft 4. 5, 7, S of Blk 13 Lincoln City"S4
M" M.
spending this
week'with Mr. and Visited Mrs W. S. Slade and Mr. represented Smith, and Name
of
BuIIington's. tf hi which assessed: Boward'I N'210 ft W ( SEW W of R)) See 32 T'a
( 420
Emery Lewis. Mr. ) the Starke Business and family on Tuesday. Mr.: Xkridge. ft to Pt of Beg. 5. R. 22
Lewis is being and Mrs. Clyde Sinclair on Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sanford Titman |Sec 5 T 7 S R 22 E. I E. '
transferred to Birmingham Ala. urday. and Professional Women's Club at 'a returned home while Mrs. Tit "ail of said proparv ...ftg in the ,Name in which assessed: Susie Mil Name in. which assessed: HattieStarkes.

and will be accompanied by his Mrs. A. Z. Adkins of Starke Sunday son dinner of Jacksonville' were meeting of presidents and project man- remained'for'several weeks:! ountr Unless of such Bradford.reritffeate State of_ Fla. ..ler. I, All of said property being in th'*{
or eertl-
guests of Mr. chairmen at the See tlienew' Ben AH of said property being in the County of Bradford. State f'Fla."
famfly. ,Florida & Hewer cafes( shall be
redeemed
p :
I and Mrs. Fred of and arrordag County of Bradford, I
Guy Gainesville Mm Maxie Carter Sr. School Heetrfc to law the State ef Fla. Unless such certificate or certificates
for Girls in Ocala 1 lastSunday. Eye Movie C property describedn .
Misses I tt'ra-tht Unless such (
Diane Firth. Susan and attended the Hoppe-Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. such certificate- or certificate certificate or certificates -, shall be redeemed accordingto
I Roy Crenshaw The, school Citmmera"at makes shall be redeemedaccording: law the described In
is
Flora a project perfect will be property
Slade flew Atlanta moviea sold to the highest bidderit
to Fri in
wedding Tampa last and to- law
Friday family of Ocala were Satur- for the BPW Clubs the court house door the property ''described in such certificate or certificates wm 1
of automatically on the first
day and spent the weekend with evening. day visitors of Florida. Bullicgton'r : Monday in such certifleate.or certificates will be sold to- the highest bidder at UM
Miss Joanne slade at Emory Mr. and Mrs. J. Local friends,will,, be, interested Studio" ,& .Gift. ,Shop. '(tfi i '! 57. which is'the Month 2'day'of of December.Defenii he sold to the highest bidder at the court house door on the first Monday -
Doulas Nolin L. "* '
of FSU home Chitty. ponrt house door "
was in the announcement Mrs. Dennis Gude 'of 'ber, 1957.Dater on the first Mon- in Month of December 1957. ,.
by Mr. Dade
University.Mrs. for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs and City day in Month of December ,1957, which is the 3 day of Dee., 1957.'
,P. Maxle Carter, Mrs. Joe E.'Thomas of Crescent t nursing Mrs. M. M. Smith and this 29 day of October, I which is the 2 day of Dec.,, 1957. I I Dated this 29 day of Oct. 1957.i; jJ
S. Denmark returned Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Denicke of Jr. were In Orlando over the : City of the baby' in the 'Bradford 957. Dated this 29 day of Oct., 1957. (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby '
i; last week from Lakeland whereah& Decatur, Ga. were Sunday visit weekend.visiting 'her parents, engagement of their County (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby, (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby, Clerk 'of Circuit Court of Brad-
daughter Joann to Hospital during her confinement.Mn Clerk of Circuit I
spent two Robert ,McKinley Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Court of Brad ford County. Florida.
weeks with Mr, ors of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Chapman ,Mr. and Mrs. J.:' B. Spencer. County, Florida. ford County, Florida.
and Mrs._ D. H. Woodward, son of :Mr. nand Mrs. J. E. Wall, Jr 11/1 4t 11/:!? 11/1 4t 11/1"
Handley., Misses Barbara Colley and and Mrs. Minor "M."Woodward' .and, family ''were vacationing in 11/1 4t 11/!!

..'- Cam' Charlet will return to their Syacmore 111. 'The 'wedding will the:Smoky Mountains from Sat-
nurses training'course'at Charity be solemnized On Dec. 27. urday to Tuesday.CARD '

Hospital in New OJreans' on Sat- Mr. and Mrs. W/ H. -Nollman *, I I. 1 r

I, urday after' a month's vacation had as Sunday dinner OF THANKS -
WANTED guests Mr. -
'I -- MILLION POUNDS Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith, Jr. and Mrs.\ Crosby Dawkins and Words cannot adequately express I

and children of DeFteiiakSprings daughters of Jacksonville. our deep appreciation for ,

will spend the 'weekendwith Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum and 'the :many kind and sympatheticacts

Mrs Smith's mother, Mrs. Miss Clara Leaman attended the that were shown to us during
Lucile Davis. District :5 Conservation our recent bereavement. We are I :

Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Bridgesand at Camp O'Leno on Tuesday program sincerely 'grateful"to friends and y .

PECANSHIGHEST Mra 'Paul I Bridges were In Mrs. G. J. McGriff Jr. attend-:''eighbors whOwere "so thoughtful !
the i in our time of
Jacksonville luncheon sorrow. The
Sunday'visiting Mr. Tuesday at the eautiful
'flowers'and
and Mrs. George Bridges. Green: ,Turtle restaurant in Jacksonville other expressions .

Mn and Mrs. Inman Green given: by Mrs. ,Gene Grif of sympathy'wiIl always

I spent Thursday to Sunday-visit- fin and, Mrs. W. BabcoCkhonor- I (be remembered. Mrs. W. C. I'f
ing Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clark'a t trig Miss Dotty Sue Biggs. BUn) Laine and famfly.TO WITH EVERY PURCHASE OFKerosene

Ocala and at Daytona Beach. F, J. Shaw and George K :
TO WHOM IT MAY
COVCBRVi
Mr. and Mrs Carl White 'Jr. 'ousos are attending the ,Pan- I 'will not be responsible >for any
and children and! Mrs. American Restaurant.. A.,... debts made by anyone other than
Nancy | ...
MARKET PRICESNo ,.._ L ___ ----- n- myself. Curtis T. Criffis lit 11/S9 Heating Oil
uunter: or .Miami spent the weekend meeting in Miami this week: )

with Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Mrs. A. J. Thomas,,Jr.,. Mrs. NOTICE OF .APPLICATION FOB
J.'D Warren TAX 'DF.ED8ft.
Shaller. Mrs. John Torode, 1M.18. K.S. I

Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs. J: B. Mrs.Cauffman Seymour :Marco, Mrs. R. B. Alderman Notice is the hereby holder given of the. that follow T. J. .. DURING ,THE 1957-58_' WINTER SEASON I
Sapp and Mrs. Arvie and Mrs. James Groover tag
certificates
Quantity Too Largeor Maze spent has filed said certificates
Monday to Thursday in Atlantaon attended the District 4 meet for a tax deed t. be issued YOUR TANK REGULARLY
ing? of 'tunior"WOlnans' thereon. The certificate numbers WILL BE CHECKED
business and also visited Jean Club,?at and years of issuance, the descrip
Mundy at Bessie Tift College at South Jacksonville on Thursday. tion of the property, and the names
Small Forsyth Mr. and Mrs. I. V. in Which it was assessed are as fol-
Ga. enroute home. Anderson lows: AND FILLED AS NEEDED
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Thorntonand have purchased the West End Certificate ,No. 41; Year of Issuance -

family have moved back to Grocery from Mr. and Mrs. L., C. Description, 1933. .
of
Starke after making their home HInson, Sr. E 2 ft. of Lot 3 Property Blk Livingston: Lot 2 & CALL US TO-DAY COMPLETE INFORMATION i
FOR
SEE In X": M. Smith Trnby & Co. ,SID of
US BEFORE SELLING Jacksonville for the past four was visiting rela Sec28T6SR22& NEV4 of NE&

.I I II years. Mrs. Thornton is the fives in Pompano and Miami .1a Name. in which assessed: Tola Lit- .',) :. {o" 1. '"
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. over the weekend. : -' { '
K. -
I Beam. -- -- I T-Sgt." and Mrs. L. J. 'Richa.rd- County AU of of said Bradford property State being of in Fla.the JEROME JOHNS.OIL CO. ,

DILLARD KEENE Enjoy the all-new 1958 Motorola son and"fam Jyof Valdosta spent Unless aueh certificate or certi "
ficates
Hi Fl Console''' the weekend'with Mr: and Mrs. shall be redeemed accord tf
to '
Phonograph M. W. ing law the propertjrdescribed ) YOUR FRIENDLY PHILLIPS 66 JOBBER '
Lance.
for in such l@
seven days in your own home I certificate or certificates
PHONE 488 absolutely FREE. Call Bulttng- The executive board of the I at will the be court sold house to the door highest bidder Phone 12 743 South Walnut St.S&H .

ton'u, phone 265, for reservations Wesleyan Service Guild, Unit' 2, Monday in Month of December on the, 1957 first,
321 Temple Avenue now. (tf) met at the home of the pres'dent, 1S7.which is the 2 dayof December,

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts and Mrs. R. S. Mullins Tuesday even- Dated this 29 day of I

Starke, Florida son, Curtis, and Mrs J. J. Holland !- ing.Sheriff 1957.(Official 'Seal_) Charles A. October Green Stamps Also Given At Phillips 66 Stations
and Mrs. P. D. Reddishand Clerk Darby
were visiting their parents .of Circuit Court of
Bradford
Mrs. J. S. SanD vteltwl County, ,Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. E.C. Roberts at Daytona *" VI'- 11/1 4t 11/2
Beach over the weekend. and Mrs. Reyes in. Jacksonville I
i! ,
Tuesday. I. '
Miss Agnes Lawson and' "Bill "II
Morar of FSU spent the weekend' Mr: and Mrs. Clarance' Staff I"

with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson. of Clearwater were weekend
Mrs. J. L. guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'F. J.
Lewis
who is con- '
1., THEATRE fined in Bradford County Hos- Shaw. EAGLE Manager's' S ALE
I STARKE pital with pneumonia is getting Mr. and Mrs._ Charles Dinkins

along as well as can be expected.Her and Mr. and Mrs. Robert McRae
brother and will be in New' Orleans from :..
SATURDAY sister-in-law,
-. NOV. 2.DOUBLE Tues., Wed. Nov. 5, 6 Mr. and Mrs. Odom'Crawford of Saturday to Tuesday attendinga
FEATURE
DOUBLE FEATURE Tuesday.Jacksonville were visiting ht.r on :Mrs.Polio Bertha Workshop.Pearcereturned Pre-Seoson Sale! I Pro-Season Sale! I


. HAlF SAVAGE... Jan Mondorff of Monday from two weeks visit
ALL WOMAN!!! I University, Atlanta, has Oglefhropp been with relatives in Orlando, Winter LADIES GIRLS JUNIORS MISSESCOATS

i I_ J1)IJ) ) ; nnot '3 I I elected president of Alpha Phi Haven, and 'Fort" Lauderdale.Mr. .
HOWARD :> I IsIaIl. Omega fraternity.Mrs. and Mrs.' Ben Rowland at-
tended the funeral of her brother ,
fimoARMENDARIZ : M. L. Lawson 'and Mrs. I SUITSAND
x Ewell Lawson were in Green G. W. White, at Wewahitchka

t V Cove Springs on Sunday visiting on Monday.,
tUlMARTM1T Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dyal. Mrs. Albert KrUse of Miami will be AND

Dyal is the former Pam Lawson, the weekend guest of G. J. ,Mc- # t

r eNIii9lNhll..i( a recent bride. Girff, Jr. while Mrs. McGriff will

lq ad's be the weekend guest of Miss TOPPERS
Friends of Carl Knight will ; 141 DRESSES
:
Dottie
a. regret to hear that he entered Sue Biggs in St. Augu

I Bradford County Hospital last stine and will attend Miss Biggs

.., Friday with double pneumonia. as matron of honor at her wed- jjtj' All the Important
y '' f. 1 Paul ding on Saturday. Mr. McGriff Styles and Fabrics Newest Fall Styles and Fabrics!
Knight of Miami
ti rw t spent
of the Season
will also attend the .
Friday to Monday with his mother wedding. Deftly Tailored and Touched with
Among those attending the Lusciously I Tailored with Designer- ,,
Mrs.-D. E. Knight. Mr. Knight I
RO8RTSTO[ is program director of radio sta dedication' of the Macclenny hospital Details for Fashion Emphasis .Designer Details You'll Love!
Produc*)* tion WCJV. last Sunday were: Mr. and
.mis NAN FOXWELL Mrs. R. E. Edmondson
Dr. and
t were ty GUY HAMILTON Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones and
tart w'.'w s b|WUMM WOODS Mrs. P. G Felos, Mr and Mrs. H.; .
ROBERT daughter, Ginger spent the f
I y STfRUNG[ A PARAMOUNT RELEASE weekend with relatives in Cal- C. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. John

1 and Introducing lahan. Torode Mrs. W. L. Blair Miss % -
Amy Coburn, Mra. C. F. Miles 2O0100
IDHN BARRYMORE JR. Mr and Mrs. Juntas Smith had I Mrs. Edna Huchinson, Mrs. Steve OFF
AND as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. '
Simmons,'Mrs. C. E. Johns, Mrs.
III MAY '
tIMl'lUCK
P
PROWtIlCK S. K. Bennett of Orlando, Mr.
Harry Lappe, Mrs. P. S. Den
and Mrs. Nat Stemberg of Daytona
mark, and Mrs. Carl Fillyaw.
Beach and R. A. Weeks of
AND Mrs. Herbert Bitter of Bloomfield -
Jacksonville. ,- N. J. arrived Wednesdayfor EAGLE'S FAMOUS Men's\ First Quality
't
Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt were months "ANNISTON" PRESEASON SALE
two visit with her
q" b in St. Louis Mo. Oct. 27
to Oct.
parents Mr. and Mrs. B. J. DOUBLE LENGTHBLANKETS, MEN'S BOYS
The big noises rw 31 where Dr. Houpt attended the Bowden. UNDERWEAR

% rt American College of Osteopathic Mrs. Irene Roberts of Palatka .
>
SHE Surgeons and Mrs. Houpt attended spent the weekend with Mr. and S. JACKETSVariety S.
the American Osteopathic I
M
\ .. Hospital Assn. meeting. Mrs. Herbert Thomas. TEEDSHIRTS
Ii
** Mr. and Mrs. Eston Jordan are
f SHORT building a new home on Alton LIVE BAIT FOR. DOUBLE ,BEDS of Styles and Fabrics ,
,
, ft3L COT I road and plan to move in by the N "LORD DAYTON"Bright
1r r -rw TOHELL 1 1w first of the'year FOR SALE Colors Quilted Linings ,- Reversihks BOXER SHORTS
Double Over for
., WAYNE- 11ai>E10'HAM niarcTow Mrs. Edward Charbonneau and SHINERS 1.50 Per Doz. Soft Wool Warmth ,.. Also .Some Leathers. I
> .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Radar of "H' OUR REGULAR 89c
_
IMitl FITZGERALD 1 .*IVEBS IOIDt JOHNSON goat last St. Petersburg week with spent Mr. and a few Mrs.days Al MO. MINNOW. Oe Doz. FOR SALE 20\ %

,Plus "Indian Serenade" Car "wtfu.'rallwrr.+ Hartmann.'Mr. 2 $7.00 OFF 2 FOR $1,50

*. tat.toon, and Chapter No. 9 Ser fciwmiUlrtMrthiUfe.kyliOH. I IIilllHl. and Mrs. J. E. Hildebran STRICKLANDtSLANDING

LYIlly were in Wilmington, N. C. several -

SUN, MON., TUES. ? days last week'I on business. KINGSLEY LAKE

; .November.3, 4mi Special and "Whotta Knight"Cartoon. cal Mrs.patient Nellie in Swindel Doctor's!Is Hospital a medi- Phone, 2551 Starke, .Luxurious! Orion: ** LADIES LADIES MEN'SSEATE1. \ I
mm -
I
Mrs. M. H. Sheppard, Mrs. 'Fred *
Grandon and Mrs. J. E. Hardy r S
YINTI1IjCI1L "BEAUTY.
1rt Thur., Fri. Nov. 7, 8, were visiting Mrs. Ed Crosby at t HATE!: Mock\ ,NYLON : DRESS TROUSERS II
Fashioned
Fernandina Beach on Wednes- uitWATER in

t day.. ; wonder,yarn that won't Kittensoftby "AnD" '

j, t' 2Oth ntury-FO*preMfttaJlIII"J I Mrs. Essie Crosby second PIPES' shrink, dries quickly, resists moths .
s; 1 grade teacher at Starke Elementary CHECKEDNQW ..' .
school, has been confined in FOR CARDIGANS Newest Holiday styles I and colors I
!
[Bradford County Hospital the tWIN B'BRAS S Blends of Dacrons
SLiPS N and Orlons
,
Girls
8
,
past two weeks with pneumonia. 2. Miues3.98. .

i,+' 'ii' [(I 'Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter. Installation. and Service I .. Snugtex Waistbands

Mrs. Henry Carter' of Maxville Of ,AB Types n i

It and in Mrs Dade: Effie City Johns with spent Mrs. Sunday CarI I I Plumbing & Heating SLIPOVERS I' Q
:1 $
: lie Smith and Mrs. L. C. Smith. GNANN' Girls 1.98 Misses 2.98 .. 0 6gel $2.00 O'fF

4 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B.. Alva- ,

," rea: have moved temporarily to PLUMBING CO. .

\ TECHNICOLOR t MWfy Winter Haven, the home officeof 118 ,
Court Street
f CJN KuScnPg \ a the State Agricultural, Marketing -
f Plus "Down Bear r Bear"w' Car- '- Asm., of which Mr. Alva- PHONE 514J Where 'The: Community Y oUi DEPT. LAY
Plus F A WAY NOW
, "Blue Cat Blues" Car rez is Assistant Director. / EAE E

1 tool. toon. ,- ; a Mrs. J. E. Powell of -Jacksonville I Night Can"CoDed_ 2896 SHOPS TO SAVE.. ;-- 11III1 _, STORE FOR CHRISTMAS!
visited her sister Mrs. C.
I j KeystoaeHeights --'- or "" ... ... _
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Officers Elected Speeding Cases Additions, Changes Seen For Library I yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy'. Eleba Steve Hall.Shackleford Delorea, Roberta Murrh.ee Sib-, vid Linda Sunderland Oglesby. Larry Mike Lovom Carries,

Home Demonstration; ey. John Martin Tony Brault, Tommy Jones, Carol Wolfe! Mike

By Farm BureauFoster Under New Set-Up For, Management' i ,' % Notes Ernie Veazy Walker William, ,Kenneth Julie Walker Terrell, Sawyer Eric Redfeam JohnnyCox

Are In I Games, Ray Wingate,
Spotlighted .. Corbett Terrell, Dwight Mitchell, Billy
elected The Bradford County Library eligible for state assistance and : ..1.
Shi Smith was bjDOROTHY Ernie Parker, Roger Pangborn, Sandra Kay Forth, Elaine Brewer -
the Bradford since transferred to the guidance as well as state and fed- .. Dodd
of County being
president i Dodd Romesa ,
ROSS Larry Lasater, Gary Bliss, Kyle Sylvia ,
Bureau for the control of a state appointed boardis eral funds under certain condi-
Farm coming
Plea Dodd Mike Foster.
ProceedingsSpeeders f3,1 Home Demonstration McMurtry, Kay Sunderland DaSmithCorona- Danny ,
year in a joint meeting of the in process of making sev- tions. ,( Agent

Farm' Bureau and Cattleman's 1 eral changes with other long range The library board is considering Breads and Cereals Mrs. Jack White Jr. gave a
planned, Mrs. Ed- a plan to enter into a regional
As.rOciation held at the Lions projects being
the cereals demonstration
gained spotlight The bread _and groupof on Flower Ar-
Den Friday night. during plea day proceedings be- win Burns, librarian, said this program with several ,counties so food includes whole grain or rangements. at the Colosseum in
that sufficient matching funds can
Other officers elected were J. fore County Judge T. A. Yawn week. I be accumulated to qualify for federal foods as, 'bread, cooked cereals, Live Oak last Friday which Mrs. NO DOWNONLY PAYMENT

R. Kelly. vice president, and F. Wednesday as 22 of them filed The new plans were formulatedby funds. The needed amountfor ready-to-eat cereals, cornmeal, Dave Green, Mrs. A. C. Belche,

L. Watterson secretarytreasurer. before the bench to answer char- the newly appointed five mem- this would be $7,500, crackers, flour,'grits, macaroni Mrs. J. C. Caldwell, Mrs. 'R. M.

New directors are S. R. Mar- ges against; them. ber library board as they met with than program most counties can afford noodles, rice, rolled ,oats and Caddell and the agent attended.Mrs. .

to Z. W. Hamilton A. H. HarleyJr. All but two pleaded guilty, Mrs., Alice Reilly. public library more alone. This would be matched -' spaghetti. Check the label to be White is nationally 00

.. J. B. White. J. R. Wainwright with the majority of the penal- consultant of the State Library by $10,000 from, the federal sure the product is whole grainor known for her arrangements and $1 A WEEK

and E. L. Crawford. ties being $35 fines or 10 days in Service. government. enriched.: is an accredited flower show

Official delegates to the state jail. Two fines of $50 were meted Among the immediate and short Mrs. Burns noted that ,the library The importance' grain foods judge. she is a native of Suwannee -

Farm Bureau convention to be out by the judge, one to Lawrence range 'changes is the discontinuance activity has Increased I I In th* diet is their contributioni County. t /_ ..X3T

'held in Jacksonville Nov. 10-12 Frederick LaMee, because o! it of the rental program and greatly during the past. year circulating i vitamin and minerals, most In displaying her skill, Mrs \ ,, \ /(//// %
will be Titus Oln.! Walter Sib- being a second offense, and the the establishment of a children'sroom.
an average ,of about 900 ly, and their cost is relatively White made 10 arrangements for
ley and Z. W. Hamilton.T. other to Dyal Wade Baldree, who New and popular books, 1 ,,-
''books per month during the past low. I[ special occasions as Thanksgiving -
K. McClane Jr., executive had been charged with travelingmore which had previously been on the '
seven months as compared 'to an Christmas, golden and silver
secretary of the Florida Farm than 90 m.p.h. on the New rental list, are now being checkedout Three to four serving of food I
average of 365 during the same I wedding..anniversaries, vacation
for seven day periods with from this are suggested
Bureau, was principal speaker at Blanding road. group I
period last year. The library now memories, and one of all
the meeting and other special The two men who pleaded in- other books still loaned on the two every day.- _. green-
has to than 8,000
access more
ery material for church. She sai
guests included E H. Finlayson, nocent were Roosevelt Dell Jr., week basis. books The demonstration this monthin SA :
one must have a reason for ..
president of the State Organization Negro and William Hoover CraigJr. Plans are underway for turn- Some of the new books obtained the Home'. Demonstration arrangement befor it.ar -.:.-: -. -#.- ..

and Woodrow' Luttrell, ., a University of Florida stud- ing the small room now filled with by.the library include The ,Or- Clubs is -whole"wh at rolls. Theyare making --, I. -

Southern regional field repre- ent. Both waived jury trial and rental books into a children'sroom ganization Man, by William H. very easy'and quick to make. Anyone may learn to make arrangements :- 'V: -...

sentative for the American Farm their cases heard by the judge. in which children's readingand White Jr.; On The Beach, by The club! .would like to share by following the art NI? ,,, --r-o\ ''

Bureau Confederation. I I Dell had been charged by Deputy story' telling programs can be Neville Shute; Fair Oaks, by the recipe :with you. principles which all experts a- ,.

McClane. who was formerly I Sheriff Charles R. Cox i conducted.Mrs. Frank Yerby; The Pink Hotel, by Whole Wheat Rolls I I gree on even though they may ,,/ -' '4%

County Agent in Bradford Coun- with driving 65 m.p.h. in the Burns said that Mrs. Reil- Dorothy Erskine and Patrick Den- 1"cup milk not have the same taste.' She

ty, outined plan for the current rain at night on north U. S. 301. ly is making arrangements to nis; The Doctor's Husband 'by 3 tablespoons molasses added. that color cannot be divorced < ///////lk\;

member drive stating that the He testified that he did no1 think. have authors of children's books Elizabeth Seifert; When The 2 tablespoons sugar from arrang ment.l. One t

State goal for this year is 27.000 he was going that fast. and stories visit the Bradford Bough Breaks, by Otis Carney; 2 and one-half teaspoons salt must 'have an understanding of

nearly a 2,000 increase over last The judge adjudged Dell guilty library in the near feature and con-' Below The Salt, by Thomas ,B. One-fourth cup: shortening color in order to use' it effect-

year. About 54> per cent of the but suspended imposition of the duct a program for the youngsters.Plans Costain and three volumes of the One-half cup lukewarm water. ively.

farmers in Florida are membersof sentence. for the future include New Century Encyclopedia Of 2 pkp, dry yeast National Bible Week

the Farm Bureau, he stated. weekly story telling sessions for Names. The 17th Annual National 1
Bible -
Craig charged with improper 2 and one-fourth cup: unsifted 1 FIRST AND FASTEST PORTABLE
The Bradford County unit last the children Mrs. Burns said. Also New 'board members WORLD'S
library Week will be
mixed with' observed from
passing! argued that he had already whole wheat flour I
year had a membership of about for the children, some picture named recently by Gov. Collins are October 2127. The COLORS
National
begun to pass before en- 2 and one- half cups sifted all- Layman's II CHOICE OF 4 MODELS 5 DECORATOR
150, with renewals for 1958 received books are being sent by the state Mrs. H. C. Ritch, :Mrs. M. W. Committee New York is I
tering the no passing zone, but purpose flour. ,
from about 75. and should be here soon. Cressler, Mrs. Junius M. Smith, 1
agency sponsoring the event. 1
Deputy Sheriff D. R. Redding 1. Sprinkle yeast over luke-
The next meeting of the joint I By becoming a County unit, the Mrs. A. Russell Norman and Mrs.P. :
disputed this, saying that Craig warm water' in large !bowl. Let
a.-wociations will be held in library will benefit by becoming J. Quattlebaum.
Brooker on Dec. 6, with the began and completed the passing- I stand 10 minutes. Music Program Bradford County Telegraph

meeting devoted primarily to the while on a curve in the no pass- I 2. ,Heat milk to warm. (Scald
Attends Brooker Barbecue Begins At
election of officers for the Cat- ing zone. Agent J I if raw milk is used). Add mo- KeystoneRobert

tleman's group.Presbyterian. Judge Yawn found Craig guilty lasses, sugar, salt and shorten- Starke, Florida

and suspended impostion_ of the National Meeting Date Is ChangedThe I ing. C. Knox, principal, an- ,

Men sentence.In I 3. Add milk to yeast. Stir. Add nounces that a full acale music

other cases a Negro, Johnel Mi1'J Doroty Ross, Home Demonstration barbecue to be held at the flour. Beat until smooth. Add program is now in progress at

Hold Supper MeetingThe McCray was sentenced to $25 or returned ; Brooker Farmers Market has remainder of flour. Mix well. the Keystone Heights School.
Agent, Sell It Rent ft Trade
15 days after he pleaded guiltyto i been postponed from Wednesday, 4. Turn on board and knead Under the direction of Walter

Men of the First Presbyterian fighting and disorderly con Saturday from Minneapolis "Nov. 6, to Thursday, Nov. '7, it lightly. Place in greased bowl,
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of
Church held their regular duct. Describing the fight witha Minn.' where she attended the was announced yesterday by the Grease top. Cover and let rise Stanley the University of I

monthly meeting on Thursday, Negro woman, Lillie Mae Hoodin annual meeting of the National committee in charge. double in. bulk. Florida classroom, the instruction program includes school WITH _A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

Oct. 17. A covered dish supper which he suffered knife 5. Punch down and shape as a
Home Demonstration Agents' As- All growers and buyers of pro- glee club, and band. I
was served. wounds, McCray said that the duce who are interested in the desired. Cover, let rise and bakeat
sociation at the
President Ray Taylor presided, woman accused him of shovingher Leamington auction market to be operated at 400 degree F. for 15 minute v The Glee Club is composed of 20 WORDS on LESS, One Inxertlon (Hlnlmam Charge) .... __ ,7S
and reports were given Hotel Oct. 22-25 as a delegate I 100, students from grades 4 i EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVKIl SO ____?_ _...._ 4e Per Word
concerningthe "called me over to her and Brooker during the coming sea- (Takes longer to rise than white I
Suwannee Presbytery rally on representing the Florida Assoc- through 8. The band has, so far, 20% DISCOUNT ON REPEAT INSERTIONS SAME AD
stuck me in the belly. Similar I son are invited to attend the bar- rolls.)
recruited 49 25e ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND: ADS OR ADS ROT PAID IX ADVANCE.
Sept. 19 at Montgomery Conference charges have been placed against ation. becue. Families of growers and Fruit Punch talented boys and

Center and the rally of the the woman, but her case was I Others attending from Florida buyers are also invited. Here is a delicious fruit punch girls with others planning to en- CLASSIFIED DISPLAY _________ $1.25 Per I... First Iniertloa

men of the entire church which continued until later. were Mr! Charlotte Lattimer of The purpose of the free barbe- Mrs. J. B. White of Heilbronn roll. Instruments have been 1.00 PER: INCH FOR sum AD RRPK4TKD o%E OR MORE TIMES
was held at Miami. October bought and instruction Tues-
10-13. on
The men agreed to cooperatewith Franklin Delano O'Steen, involved Largo, third vice president of tue is to get all growers .in the I prepared .to accompany the rolls day and Friday of each week ia. CARDS OF THANK (I'p To 50 W rd.) ____._ ______- ,:..oeI

the aims the in a wreck on south U.S. the national organization; :Mrs. area better acquainted with the served the club members in her already underway.Mr. I OVER 50 WORDS nu______________ 4 C.oti. Per Word
suggested by
301 last Friday, was sentencedto Mamie Daughtry of Tallahassee, auction market that is planned for? home. -
convention. An attendance contest Stanley' comes to the MEMORIALS: AND RESOLUTIONS: _.__ 4 C*.t. Per Word
$50 or 30 days after pleading and Miss Olga Kent of Miami. the Brooker market.L. Mix equal parts of orange
was announced to begin with the school' highly recommended from
guilty to reckless driving. The meeting, attended by 600 H. Lewis, director, and 'R. juice, 'pineapple juice and grape .
November meeting with Rudolph the College of Education and FURNISHED BLOCK HQUSE on % T 11.\\'. TWO OF THE NICEST!
More than 100 cases were members from the U. S. and juice. Mix welland chill.
Sink and Herbert Green as lead- B.' Alvarez, assistant director of the School of Music at the Uni- Bedford Lake, pretty lot. Real SMALL FARMS IV THE COLNTYFOR
ers of the two teams. handled by Judge Yawn during Puerto Rico, was climaxed witha the Florida Farmers Market System Flower Arranging Demonstration versity. buy. W. S. Sibley, Realtor (Silver -I U.LE
Lake) Phone 3852, Keystone
proceedings Monday, with about
The November meeting will be Recognition Service far 69 will be guests on this occasion Members of the band include Heights. %tp 11/1 Our I. a 20 acre farm, 3 bed room
50 of the defendants forfeitng agents receiving the Distinguished and ,an ..invitation has'' also Yule Overseas CBS house.- modern eoatraleBrea,
on Wednesday Nov. 20 at 7 the following
p.m. bonds by failure 'to appear in Service Award. The Florida : Lavon Payton, NEED TIRES f pretty KromiU end fertile land.Priced .
extended to Commissioner of
been Marian Beasley, 'Alec Livingston, Get them now, pay as you ride .t less than you U. httlldhe
court. recipient of the award was Miss Agriculture.Nathan Mayo.. SlatedChristmas Ask for our easy budget terms ( houae.
Pleads InnocentA Mailing Bob Jackson, Linda Forsythe Lacy Conway Sales and Service
Kent who has tenure of 20
a barbecue will be served at
The
Tommy Thompson, Joe Mann, Union Pus Station, Starke, Fla. The other l. a- good 30 at',. farm.
PlannedOn years of outstanding service in noon. I ttchg 3 bed room house, with.elertrlealronenleaele
case of prostitution against Program to Sylvia Glisson, Harold Snellen,
the: Extension Service.In parcels overseas *. Price ,ery re..o.-
Clair Timmons, 19, was scheduledfor Rita Hayworth StarsIn destinations should be mailed PLASTIC SEAT COVERS for all able.
carrying out the theme, makes and model autos $21.95
trial in the fall term of Coun- Lunches By "Frontiers Unlimited." the pro- Film At FloridaRita starting Nov. 1 and not later than and up. Installation free athepherd's. Let an how yon the.e place toll.,...

ty Court which begins next week included such Nov. 20, Postmaster G. J. Mc- tfchg You vlll like them and you cam

when the girl pleaded innocent to Elementary PTAA gram speakers as C. :M. Ferguson outstanding, ad- Hayworth, Robert Mitch- Griff Jr. said yesterday. If sent WROH'lt98 FOR SJ LE S x 8 x 16 Concrete have your pick.FLORIDA.

the charge before Judge T. A. ministrator Federal Extension urn and Jack Lemmon star in by air mail they, may ,be mailed Blocks!' 18c each. FOP yard. Mortar REALTY CO.
Mix, Steel and
Yawn from Dec. Dec. 10 he K C PHONE 500 Cement. Sand.
stated.
Wednesday. 1.to OF STARKE
Service, USDA; Henry Ahlgren, : Columbia Pictures' "Fire Down Aluminum Windows. Alro ready
lunches
school
program on director of extension in Wisconsin Below," due Sunday and Mondayat Parcels going by regular mail STARKE FLORIDA. mixed concrete. Bradford En- 116 *. Walnut St. Tel. 383
will be featured at glneerlng Co. Phone 94.
the tfchR
BAKE SALK meeting cannot weight over 70 pounds and : feturke., Florida
r\t. tho. THamentarv. PTA TuooHav. ; Mrs. Helen Turner, field the Florida Theatre, The Music f: News Station
-- '''-''' --- ------" must not ov.er 100 inchesin
-01
measure loan for
WE HAVE a new
program
tells about
Cub Scout Pack 307 will holda Nov. 5, at 7 p. m.with Miss Marie agent, Federal Extension Ser- The film the story .total length and girth. The in:Starke farmers. Loans of 1 to 5 years FOR RENT-Five room unfurnished -
bake sale Saturday morning in Morrison state nutrition con- vice; Miss Louise Rosenfeld assistant Miss Hayworth, a woman from for the entire credit require house. 4 miles east of Hampton -
limit air mail is two
on
parcels ments of the farmer and his fam
director of Home Econ- {nowhere who is going no'place on Theresa Rd. $23 per mo.
front of Barksdale's Dept. Store sultant, as guest speaker.To pounds, and size .may not exceeda ily. Gainesville Production Credit Call J. V. Edwards. Jr. County
give parents first hand omics; Iowa State College; Miss without a passport, without money total of.30 inches in length and Monday thru Friday Association CO North Main operator 16pS GalnegUlle. tfchj

knowledge of the school lunch Laura Lane associate editor of and without hope. She joins Mit- 5:00 Sign on and News _Gainesville, Fla. ifchg

Farm Journal Magazine and chum and Lemmon on their small girth. 6:05 The ONE BEDROOM furnished apart
menu they will be served a sup- The domestic rate of postage Clockwatcher FOR SALE-14 in. x 15 ft. steel ments for rent. Phone 1(5 W T
consisting of the same typeof various state directors. fishing boat for _transportation 6:30: Mark Lee Raulerson (Mon culvert pipe, 11.25 ft. ALSO Jackson. tfchy
per Bea'des: the business meetingthe from one tropic island to another. applies to overseas packages ad- Building lots for bale in South
and
PHONEYOUR meal their chilldren receive at aboard the little dressed to members of the armed day Tuesdays only) Gate Subdivision. Low down pay. WANTED-Pecans, any quantity.No .
school. The cost will l-e 25 cents. delegates were guests on Her presence forces. 6:45: The Clockwatcher-. ment. Low monthly payments amount too large or small.
tours, luncheons and teas duringthe craft inflames both Mitchum and 7:00: First. News BILLS JACKSON Phone 16$, c/o Dillard Keene, 321 Temple Ave.
It was promised that this will week. .emmon. Lemmon proposes, she Greeting* cards should be mail- of The World Central Truck Lines. tfchg ftp 12/11

be a very interesting programand and Mitchum sets a ed within the period designatedfor Roundup
'accepts up I 7:15 The Clockwatcher BUY YOUR Smith Corona Silent'Super STRAYKD JX PASTURE dark
any questions concerning parcels in order to assure delivery -
which loses the partners
double-cross Portable before advance
prices -
brown cow with horns white
school lunches will be answered. Lions Entertain their ,boat and sends Lem on time, the postmastersaid. 7:20 Bulletin Board Of The Air Oct. 1. Lay away now for face. white belly. Marked swallow I
Miss Morrison will be assisted 7:30 Weather Around The Na Christmas. Nothing down. Dol- fork under bit in one ear.
LOANREQUEST With DinnerDanceMembers mon fleeing the Coast Guard. tion lar-A-Week terms. if desired Upper bit or upper square In other -
by Miss Shirley Rigg, regional Bradford County Telegraph. tf
The picture was filmed on the ear. Branded J. B. or J. L.
nutrition consultant. 7:35 The Clockwatcher7:5p 1 small dark brown white far
islands of Trinidad and Tobago 'Gunsight Ridge' Set
of the Starke Lions
: World, National, State and WHEN IN NEED OF. calf. 1 red white face butt
Club entertained their wives and and includes a scene in which Miss. headed cow ,unmarked. Owner

Local I Health Officers guests Thursday evening, Oct. Haywerth does a wild calypso As Feature At Park 8:05: The Sports Clockwatcher,News TOP SOIL cost may have Contact by A.paying D. Crosby.advertising

Attend State Meeting 24, with a dinner-dance at the dance. 1 "Gunsight Ridge," an adult 8:45: Radio.. Chapel (Ministerial FILL DIRT _Stchg II'9
Officers' Club, Camp Blanding.
western story of a man turned I Association). WANTED TO RENT-Ultra modern

FOR Approximately 600 public health Highlight of the evening was Jean Mundy Elected outlaw by a strange quirk of fate, 9:00: Five minute summary of ALL TYPESTRACTOR furnished apartment or a modern
the presentation of an "Old }.Ionnch" furnished home. Call William K.
workers from all parts of Florida will play Sunday, Monday and News WORKAND
award to Lion Billy Jack- President Of Class I Terry Community. State Bank of
will attend the annual meeting of Tuesday at the Park Theatre. 9:05: The Chatterbox with Betty I. Star .e. Phone 51;._ tfth*

MONEYTHE the Florida Public Health Assn. at son honoring his 10 years of of Starring in the film are Joel Mc- ,Gray '
faithful service member of Miss Jean Mundy, daughter FOR ALE-Roycraft 21 ft. house
Ft. Lauderdale Beach. Oct. 30- Lions International aa a The Mrs. Leila Mundy of Starke, was Crea, Mark Stevens and Joan Wel- 10:00 Cedric Adams Show Light Bulldozing trailer, alt metal. Modern turn-

\ 2. Attending from the Brad- present- : 10.30 Music For The Missus Uhed. IU50.00.: Call 467-Y. ftp
the
elected of
recently
ation made by International president don.McCrea THIGPEN JR.t,2Boz245'DA1tOU
was W. L. .
'01 d County Health Department Counsellor Reeves of Gain- Freshman class at Tift College, plays a secret agent 11:00: Five minute summary of Ed. HOUSE FOR RENT-Inquire Union.
vill be Dr. A. Y. Covington dir- Tony : who attempts to bag a desperate News I PUB Station. tfchy
Forsyth Ga.. In order to maintain .
esville who. with Mrs. Reeves
wtor: Mrs. Arlin McKnight, Mrs I outlaw without discrediting the 11:05: Music For The Mi33U3 PHONE 297-J ]
of the Starke a major office on the cam- LOTS FOR SALE-City Water and
Martha Snellen, public health was special guest I pus, a student must keep a "B" .ability of the.town's worthy sheriff 11:30: Farm Roundup Starke, Fla. I Sewer. Terms. J. L. Andrews,
SAME Lions. I.
urses; and Jack Trawick, sanitarian. average or better. Mark Stevens is cast as the 12:00 Public Service f 299-R. 4tchg H/8

During the evening the Lions Miss Mundy graduated from outlaw and Joan Weldon plays 12:15 Second News of The WorldS I OUR TENTH ANNIVERSARY Farm. II o.r a ad Baslarsa Proper-
Dr. A. Y. Covington will and their wives voted to endorse the sheriffs daughter. RADIOS REPAIRED t? Free Open LI*t.lag. I
the PTA proposal that rhythmic Bradford High School where she Roundup All Make All Mo el. Jehale 11...... Re.rc...(.(...
DAYLOANS narticipate in the health officers was president df the Spanish "Gunsight Ridge" was photographed 12:30 Weather Around The, Nation left.OBible Charges -- r >rmatec4CHAS. P. O. Box SOT -_ Btarke Fla.
,sectional meeting as a panel member activities be taught in the schools. on location near Tucson C. SHEPHERD 5 ml. S. ... Ml\_ Ph..e WaW I
schools Club secretary of the Science U W. Call ftt. Rtrk Ph. sat HObart g-am tr
for discussion of problems un- Club, a member. of the Student Ariz., including, Old Tucson 12:35 The Perry Van Show -

J er the new merit system. Mt. -The. next big event on the Council and senior Street, ''an authentic recreation of 1OOFive minute summary of J% PAID OV SAVIXOS KEY PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS: No
will as vice chair- Starke Lions Club calendar is a superlative.She it decades STONE S *TE BANK KEY down payment. $1 _per week. I
Irawick preside the town as was ago. .
and will the District Governor's Cabinet also received the district News STONE HEIGHTS FLA.. MEM- Bradford County Telegraph tf
nan of the Association Merit Award. 1:05: 'Chuck Denton Show HER PDIG
at which the local club FOR SALE ._
member of meeting -Five room house carport
articipat eas a sectional panel meeting, will be host to approximately Cub Pack 307 2:00 Five 'minute'ummary., of UNUSt'AL OPPORTUNITY for cultured Bargain price. A.C Slade
the sanitarians News welt educated woman. No Hampton. ;tp 11/1
for discussion of otal community 150 Lions from District 35-1 on Cub Scout Pack 307 held its 2:05 The Van Show experience necessary. Car essen
Nov. 13 at the ElementarySchool Perry tial. Write Box 823Cdo Brad- FOR SALE Cocker Spaniel .pup-
lanitarian planning.The October meeting-in the Presbyterian 3:00-Five: minute summary of ford County Telegraph, givingage. pies. Inquire -at 75Q N. ChurchSt.
health department office Catetorium. Deputy Dis- education experience,' phone .or Recreation Hall on Friday, News _
UP TO for information1 -. trict 'Governor Harry C. Elrod number.- Itchg
till remain open I Jr. is. in charge of arrangements Oct. 25, at 7'p.mCubmaster 3:05: The :Ferry Van Show FOR S\LE-r.: 21 inch TVi only
the supervision
1 purposes under Ray Taylor presidedand 4:00: Five minute summary of FOR LEASE-New Service Stationon 19993 at Shepherd'. Radio and I
.f Mrs. Randal Chitty, secretary--. for the meeting. presented the awards for the News vestment.:301\ in Starke.Reasonable Minimum rental.In- TV. tfcbg

Ii--w..o; month... He announced that a 4:05: > At Your Request Contact Mr. A. F.. Howard. Lake FOR SALE-White' Seed Cane lOc

$600 FOR DEPENDABLE Senior Class fourth den would be started in 6:00 W R G R News Parade Puller.or Route Hy-6-2835 t. Box %13.during 5>cng the 11/29 day GrlffU stalk. Bros.Marion Smith behind
The Bradford Store, lrIa 11 vIII e.
County
Moms OrganizeMothers Hospital November.Den (World and National ftp 111
announces the following births: 1, led by Mrs. Blake Jack- HELP WANTED govd reliaMe -
6:30 8 P. M, WhatABurgerShow. person to lupply'customers with
Control
Termite sbn and.lIrs. Virgil Jordan pre- Rawleigh Products In N. Alacbua FURNISHED APARTMENTS at reduced
of the Senior Class Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng, See C. E. Howe, 914 monthly rates for couples
sented a skit.;A movie, "RUmpel- 6:30 Bandstand County. or with-one. child. All eonvenvenienee& -
met in the Methodist recreation Hampton, a son, .Kevin' Richard, Revolving White St. Live Oak, Fla. or wrlt&Rawlflgh' Close
Folks Find Us Friendly" t HAosehold A CommerdW hall Monday night for an organizational Oct. 23. stilikins," was shown. served 7:00: NEWSIC (News and. Mu. Memphis.\ .Tenn.Dept. FAK-4tp! O.17.HI!! man, 22S W. Madison In. W.St.H.Stark Noll-.

Peal ControlS meeting and election of Refreshments were by sic) tfchj ,,,

LOCAL FINANCE officers.. Mr. and Mrs..Clarence Reddish Den' 3. assisted by Mrs. Bill Soto 8:00: Sign Off SCISSORS SHARPENED. Steak -
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leave FOR RENT-Furnished semi-
Carving Knives room
I and :Mra. John Goulaby. Knives
Grove Spraying Starke, a daughter,-ShIrley Jean,
Mrs. L. J. Green was elected Saturday work with name, address at private bath. 401 S. Cherry 'St

president; Mra. Chas. A. Darby, Oct. 24. Same schedule u above except ; Smitty's Barber Shop. Joe Ker- ___ itp
6-6035
Call FB. 2tp 11/8
COMPANY vice president; Mrs. Nate Dyal 1 to 6 p.' m. Road Show rigan. WANTED-Used chest deep freezer .
Mr. and Mrs. William Carter of -
Mrs. John w.c.T.u."IOTAL Sunday FOR SALF.-crosl.y semiautomatic 250 lb. cap. Must be In very
secretary Stephens,
Florida Pest Control ; the State_Farm a son, vOct 29. washing: machine. $%5. Phone good operating condition and well
treasurer; and Mrs. O. A. Wiggins Irs. Carter is the former Kay. 7:30 Sign On Religious programs 463-J. Itp kept. Aim priced right. Contact

1' 114N. Walnut St. Chemical Co. : reporter. Rowland of Starke. ABSTINENCE IS THE until 1:00.1J. m. WOOD PLACE heater 'Starke'John!*: Hansen Call HO,- P,,.!O.*31.Box Itchy 107
FOR-FIRE or -
The purpose of the club is to .- ONE SAFE RULE WEEK DEALING 1:00 to 6:00 p. m. The Sunday for) sale. L. B. Jordan. Rt. 1,
Phones 580 and 581 24 N. W. 16th Ave FOR SALE!-U. '4 furniture. Stove
assist the Seniors in raising Mr. and Mrs. Murphey _.1r WITH ALCOHOL. Show Box 4J7. Starke Up
refrigerator bd, "etc. Reasonanl -
Gainesville Florida funds for their class trip and Smith_ of Starke, a son, \H -.: (NATIONAL VOICE) 6:00 to g00; p..111.- See Sched- FOR !ULE-tTrold 17 Inch T.Y. !Sot for' ranh. phone 411, Keystone -
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-- other projects. Kevin, Oct. 29. ule above |19.9 i at Shepherd's tfch* Height liP

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f happy. Those present and help- derful visit we had together. was also our messenger at Clay
Moves To Town
Starke/ Landmark School
I County ing to make the day one to be Last year this same preachertold Hill Saturday night and delivered -

,-...-..--- -, .. -- long remembered were Baily us we could not fool him a- a wonderful message in spiteof
'i.'t,,;- ..a t Lang who was just: released gain, he would be expecting us his injured back which would
from the hospital after surgery to do something he told us not cause him to wince from pain
t; Thursday Kate Bowens, Mr. and to, well, just come and ask himif every few minutes. We have Rev.
1." Y Nhx r v OUR SOIL VIII stIEICTI;; Mrs. Bill Sapp, W. R. Hopkins, he was surprised! Anyway we Patterson from Jacksonville
'\ Dottie Fields, John and Betty had the oldest man and woman Beach booked for next Saturday
Soil Conservation Brumbelow and John Wilkinsonall present who are in this part of evening, services starting at
I from Jacksonville Rev and the country, Aunt Babe and 7:30.: All of you who love to hear
N-E-W-S ,Mrs. Patterson, Mr. and Mrs! Uncle Jim and we do hope they this man preach come on and be
61i
By Bill Haas II I lid Clifton Harris and three chil- are able to meet together on with us. November 9 we will
Soil Conservation then Estl'I1aVainwright all such occasions for years to come. have our regular sing, startingat ;
Service I i from Jacksonville Beach Rev. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Stokes 7 o'clock. WE WANT SOME
Folks are starting to make and Irs. Lane and daughter, I and daughter of Normandy SINGERS PRESENT NEXT
T
winter plantings of oats, rye and Clara Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ed- Boulevard visited the Ernie Pad- TIME! COME ON!
lupine. Cornelius Moore used the Y monds and son Mike from Mid- getts' at Clay Hill Sunday afternoon -
District's grain drill to plant oats ..MI dleburg. The oldest woman in .
for winter pasture. Billy did the A our part of the country, "Aunt Kate Bowens of Jacksonville
tractor work and the l last time I'Babe "Padgett, (who is 88 years visited relatives at Clay Hill :.
I talked with him he said the 'I t 'old and gets around like girl) Wednesday of last week and
drill was working fine. We have j I I Irene Padgett Mr. and Mrs Lon- Sunday.
a list of folks that want to use |I nie Padgett Grace Lang Betty Irene Padgett has been suffer-
the grain drill so if you plan to I Carter. and your correspondent ing very severely with an abces-
use it, please let know We had four preachers and two sed tooth.
One of Starke's landmarks' the ( !' un aheadof LIQUID OR TABLETS 1
time so we can schedule i it deacons present with us. After Our pastor Rev. Harry Lane
Walnut street, i-" in the process' of being for you I r ., the dinner we gathered around assisted, or visited. the Oak GIVES -SUKR'RIUW *

of the property planning! to build a (' .' the old piano and tried to sing Grove Church Sunday Rev. Geo- FROM ALL THOSE\ MISERIES
Robert W. Murray biologist i', rge Prevatt from Lawtey sup- COLDS
property wa purchased rec-ently from I but no one could do much sing I OF'IIA>tD'TO'STW
with the Florida Game and Fresh plied for Rev. Lane. Mr. Prevatt
Lawson by Seeher and Kloise: Goodman Water Fish Commission visited I i' ..:::.Ck," 4gn_ .3;./' ing. We did enjoy a good social i hour and all expressed the won-

Elsie P. Ilazen for $13,300.; lla/rn, I the farms of V. R. Ferguson and I ,"l'.>,, : 'T..ii. ',:-"'
R. C. Dampier to observe; plant 1
Goodman Sinclair dealer, said that eon+ ings of -
thumbergii lespedeza, K J- THE
will not start immediately, but may be combine pea and partridge pea
These plantings were made for
food and cover for quail. Murray im 1
COMMUNITY STATE BANK OF STARKE
tells me that every year more

ALVAREZ' STORE III I and more of Florida's land is being __ STAKKE, FLORIDA
II put to work to produce some
thing. This is the direct resultof
an ever-increasing human pop
ulation. At present an average of STATEMENT OF CONDITION OCTOBER 11, 1957

1.000 families per week are The first two !sections' of .
the Heilbronn
!school'
Treat The Family This moving businesses to and Florida.industries The that new the Brownlee road (top photo) enroute to its new building tocationt truck down" of AS FILED WITH THE STATE COMPTROLLER ,V

are accompanying this increasein the BUS football field, with only a few tight squeezes such as !sharp'
Delicious TURKEY population are expanding at corners (bottom) to mar the journey. The building was cut into
the expense of our remaining four sections for the moving job with the other two section scheduled 'RESOURCES LIABILITIES

WITH ALL THE wildlife land. Whether the busi- to take to the road this week. The job is being undertaken by
ness is an improved pasture, an the Hygenia Movers, Inc. of Jackson ille
for
orange grove or a tourist court 7937. Cash and due from banks ____ 189808.96 Deposits _______L:._--.__ $1,031,359.24
it encroaches upon our frontier I the quality of the remaining ,v vv'vTvvyvvyvlvryryvt
wildlife land much as a flood en- land for wildlife if we are to ___ Unearned Income + 33,804.86Loans
U. S. Government securities 694526.57 ---
gulfs inch by inch the opposing keep the same quality of wild- CLAY Ii
hillside.It I life. Land that once supportedone HILL
quail 20 and discounts ______ 295,128.71 Capital Stock _________.. 100000.00
we are to maintain quail per acres will haveto i>j Mrs. j. L Strickland
and other wildlife populations be managed to support one

L oft kfJ. Y we must bring ourselves to real- quail per ten acres if half of 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Bank furniture and fixtures__ 22,434.17 Surplus ______________ 25000.00
4 ize that this flood is not likely that land is taken out of quail Surprise To Rev. J. L. Strickland
". _1M x to recede, or even discontinueits production. This is simple arith- Sunday noon, after all <
7 advance. We must improve I metic. services we met at the residenceof church Other resources t i:__________ 1431.76; Undivided Profit _____'_____.. 13166.07
I J. L. Strickland and celebrated "
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I Planning Underway On Program his birthday which was on
Wednesday, Oct. 30. Our daughter .

I To Eradicate Screwworm FloridaPlans band, Betty had arrived Brumbelow Saturday and after-hus- Total _____________$1,203,330.17 Total _.________$1,203,330.17
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helped us plan how
to
In Order for the New are being drawn and cartons, of which more than surprise him. He was getting an-
Restaurant to get better preliminary work is under xious for his noon meal
Sunday
way 100,000 will be needed week. -
per Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
people, we are offering this for a program to eradicate the Trucks will deliver them daily to when our daughter-in-law, .
scretv I fly distribution points. Leas- Payable at Par Through Federal Reserve Bank
I Special, Sunday livestock and wildlife in the I ed airplanes fitted with auto- and she was commissioned -
to entertain, the
southeastern Boss
United States the matic fly dispensers un-
SERVED FROM 12 : U.S. Department of Agricultureand the: insects at an altitude will release of a- everyone til the guests was could arrive. Soon 3 Per Cent Interest Paid on Savings Deposits
present and the
the
Florida
Livestock Board bout
1,000 feet. Release rates will dinner all w
Roast Young Tom t"I cooperators in the campaign, vary from 200 to 800 sterile spread and everyone

With Cornbread Stuffing, announced jointly this week. males per square mile depending :- q Jo :-4: .. r-
Screwworm infestation o: live on population density of native
berry Sauce, Whipped
stock in the Southeast cause an screwworms previously deter-

Tossed French Green Dressing: Vegetable, Garden; estimated to 20 million annual dollars damage in animals of 10 mined hasten by ground eradication surveys.To of. this LAST TWO BIG DAYS FRI. SAT. NOV. 1 1- 2

Hot Rolls and Butter killed, deformed, and made susceptible serious pest livestock owners ;
or Tea., Strawberry to other diseases; in will be urged to cooperate by us- III
]lowered production: and in costsof ing approved conventional meth-

GOLD HOUSE I extra labor and medication. ods to reduce screwworm populations BRADFORD
COUNTY
In Bradford County the screw- Owners will be requestedto
N. Temple worm plague has ,been the worst keep records of the number
this summer that livestock owners of screwworm infestations occur-
can remember, agriculture ring in their herds each week. .
officials reported, inflicting Some will be asked to collect
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c= __ heavy damage on the stock. larvae and eggs from infested

Dr. R. S. Sharman of the wounds.
USDA's Disease! Eradication During and after eradicationit I
I Branch in Orlando has reportedthat will be necessary to protect
r '! full-scale screwworm eradication the Southeastern States from re-
5KL should begin about next infestation. Inspection stations
Send July 1. In preparation a site for will be established along the Mississippi -
T the laboratory for production of r River and at other points
x screwworm flies will have to be to examine eastbound animals
tfB selected sterilizing units another d enroute from infested' areas in j
equipment installed another d the Southwest. Infested animals
centers set up. will be treated until they are free
The Florida Legislature has of screwworms. I
voted an appropriation of $3
million for two years of this '.......................
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work and the U. S. Congress has .

Large: Head year.voted $1.6 million for the first PINE LEVElIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA EXHIBITS I / \

3 Cell Flash Lights Eradication activities will take r .'
place almost entirely in peninsular '.
t Florida because; the screw- LIVESTOCKPOULTRY : 'tL
I ". : :
worm seldom overwinters norm There was good attendance at \ :. : .
of Gainesville. However, the program church and Sunday School last .
EXTRA SPECIAL! is visualized as extending Sunday. Bro. Roman Alvarez.Mn r;. .. !
100 miles north of the GRAIN ,
average of :Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez HOMECRAFTS : Ii
overwintering line to Include brought the message. .
most of the northern Florida Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall left '- ;.j j
peninsular and the southeasterncorner
HOSE89C! Wednesday of last week to at-
of Georgia-an area of SCHOOL PROJECTS
50.000 square miles. Following a tend the Fellowship Meeting' in s + ,
mild winter, it may be necessaryto Atlanta Ga. They are also :visit- II
t extend operations farther into ing relatives in Rome, Griffin! RIDES REFRESHMENTS A.r
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Georgia, southeastern Alabama and Atlanta andill return

Brush & Carolina. and including southeastern an additional South home, this week. I \ '
Comb Y
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor
25.000 mile i.
The square eradication program Is and children of Olustee spent FUN FOR ALL
Saturday with her .parents, the
We have three Registered based upon the fact that female H. M. McRaes Mrs. Pitt New- Ii
order flies mate only once. Native females -
to serve you best. Bring some also stopped by for a short
"*. Pay less and get the best. mated with males sterilized visit and we are glad to know
of prescription by atomic radiation cannot re- that she and Mr. Newsome will Old Time Contest
filling we buy produce. If a preponderance of Fiddling I
from the soon be moving to this com II
factory. This '
fresh way ) sterilized males can be maintained munity. "-* ''j'
drugs for less money.KOC. long enough, the fly will be B. M. McRae and daughter, I
exterminated. Pilot operations in Mrs V. E. Thornton, and chit
Florida Caribbean since Island 1950 of and Curacao on the in dren visited the HL :McRaes SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2 5:30: P. M. Ii

Saturday night. Sunday visitors
1954 proved this to be true.

I which Under is hoped maximum to be reached operation in, were Keystone Mr. and Heights Mrs. John and Robertsof :Mr. First Prize $25 -- Second Prize $15 Third Prize $10 I

; the summer of 1958, it is planned and Mrs. Robert Myric and
to release sterilized labor- children of Starke.

*' atory-reared rate of 25 million male a flies week at on the the Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bond of // You Are A Fiddler, Be Sure To Enter This Contest I II

DRUG the State Farm were Saturday
primary eradication area of 50
000 miles. The flies will evening dinner guests of Mr. and
square
PHONE 53 carry no radioactivity and are Mrs. J. W. McRae. PLENTY PARKING SPACE ENTRANCE TEMPLE AVE.

not household pests. :Mike Buran of Starke spent I

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will be placed in paper Rae. .. .

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PAGE! EIGHT BRADFORD" COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLOBH>& FRIDAY -NOVEMBER '1. 1957.

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.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYyyYYVYYYV 'ward them to the proper desti enroute to their home in Pompano .' mother of Mrs. Hallman. Mrs. Kirk White, Crescent City Mr, and Mrs. Jack Reynolds, Mr.
ownersof'Waters
nation. I Beach after having spent Mr. and Mrs Tip Courson of Mr. and Mrs .W. A. Ward, New and )frs .James Waters
and Ruth
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Area Meeting i the summer in Cleveland, Ohio. "LAWTpY\ Jacksonville visited the Robert Manager. of Trail Restaurant, Jackson, owner Grocery and manager of

i' In last week's announcementthe Matthias Schroeder .of Long WaJdrons on .Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Rex, manager Plaza Lodge.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hart and of Motel Mr. and Mrs. L. E.
brother of
date of this meeting was erroneously Island, New York,
Mrs. J. Russell Young tfj Bin. Joje T. firtc* Billy Davis of st. Petersburg,
given as November 9. Herman Schroeder of Keystone niece, Charlene Hart, of Jackson- Kight and children, owner ot
AAAAAAAAAAtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtAAAAAAAAAARotarians The meeting will be held on November Heights, and Jack Bedell of Bal- 4AAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAA ville spent Saturday with Mr. Desert Isle Motel when finished, is vi.iting Mr. and Mrs. L. P.

7 in the Scout Room timore were guests this week of and 'Mrs. Quincy Rosier. Harold A. Neustaedter, St. Louis Rafuse and Joan.DROP .
Hear R. B. Donaldson' munity Day on Tuesday evening, |. Mr. and Mrs.Horace Redding I
back of the University :Methodist the Herman Schroeders. Also visiting T-Sgt. W. B. Dunson of Okin-
.R. B. Donaldson, Director of Nov. 5, at 7:30. since this is one I and family were Sunday dinner : .
the their awa is on leave and is visiting _
Church in Gainesville. The meet- Schroeders
were --
Jacksonville District Social : of Mrs..
the of the shared programs plannedby guests Henry Reddingand .
at 9:45 and son-in-law and Mr. and here with his family and other
,
ing begins a. m daughter
Security:Office, ,was the speaker The United Church Women's Mrs. Tim Blackburn.
for the Rotary, Club meeting on organization, all church women parking space will be availableat Mrs. William Bedell of Orlando, Ray Reddish of University of relatives. IF YOU ARe. Poo!
Donaldson, that time at the rear of the and their baby daughter! Susan Florida the The Leon Wilkeraon familywas
ridaYpct. 25. Mr. of Keystone Heights are cordially was Friday overnight
the Social Security invited church building. Those attendingare Marie. Susan Marie received the of his :Mr. and in Jacksonville on Saturdayfor
.an, authority in to attend. It is anticipated guest parents PASSNf5DOWN
sandwiches of Christian at the visit with Mr. and
benefits asked to bring rite Baptism Mrs. Reddish. a Mrs.
Field, explained > that a Council of ChurchWomen Bryant
fpr_ disability ,claims, and disability of Keystone Heights will Coffee will be served by the Morning Worship Hour at the Mr and Mm Troy.Bennett and Jim Reed. I OUR STREET o;\.
payments for disabled mon be formed and that these hostesses. A short afternoon Community Church on Sunday, grandson Wayne were business Vernie Padgett and John starl- !

children.., wo of the recent a- )rograms' may be more fully session will include conference Oct. 27. visitors to Jacksonville on Sat- ing visited Mrs. Nancy Padgettin IN AND SEE
Ji7 5LOU2 \>
review of the mis- Maxville t >
and the
mendments ,to the Social Secur- shared. period J. C., Detweiler is a patient in urday.. on Sunday.Mr.

ity laws.. One ol the greatest value The meeting on Tuesday even- sion study "book, "Ten Against the Baptist Memorial Hospitalin Miss Debbie Phillips of and Mrs. Levy Griffis and STOCK /Jf
The Storm. Max-I family were Sunday guests of .
., of the. pfpgram; Mr. Donald- ing will feature as speaker :Mrs Jacksonville- viDe spent Sunday with
son stated, is the independenceOf Richard James of Jacksonville Birthday Celebration Mrs. Thos. J. Southerland has J Phillips family. Miss Phillips : Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Griffis in COMPLETEBUILDERS
:Miss Elaine Johnson celebrated
the eldery., Luncheon was served Mrs. James is the wife of the returned to her home after having and Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Phillipsand Macclenny.
to 41 Rotarians, including six Pastor of the Riverside Christian her tenth birthday on Saturday, been a patient in the Brad- daughter moved to Palatkaon Mr. and Mrs. Erlie Padgettwere (yf
afternoon. Twenty friends shopping in Jacksonvilleon .
young
visitors. Church. Mrs. James is a past ford County Hospital.Mrs. Tuesday.. '
were present to enjoy the out Friday.Mr. Vf/ = '
CHURCH NOTESfit. president of the Council of I H. L. Morgan, Jr. is still James Starling, who received : __.::;
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door hamburger fry. Elaine is and Mrs. F. S. Campbell .
.. .Ann;.'!i F.nKronalThe Church Women of Jacksonville, under treatment in St. Vincenl's an honorable discharge from the .. -. ---- -
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Mr. and Gainesville .
the granddaughter of spent Sunday in with
Woman's Auxiliary of St. and is active in inter-church cir- Mrs. Oliver Johnson. The party Hospital in Jacksonville.Fred Army, last week, and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Williamson. .. .. .._.-.. - "

Anne's Episcopal: Church will cles as well as in her own de- was held at the Johnson homeon Clark of Melrose is a patient Eloise, spent the weekend with Miss: Gloria Crawford of Jacksonville _'_00 _.__..__' .
meet on Wednesday, Nov. 6, at nomination.A in the Bradford County Mr. and Mrs., Josie Starling and
Lake Winolt spent the weekend with r .
10 a. m, with Mrs. Samuel Saw- special feature of the World Duplicate Result Hospital.HIGHLAND. Geraldine. They plan to move her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack --- =-- -

yer. Handwork for the Nearly Community Day is the gatheringof back to Starke in a few weeks Crawford.The .
Mr. and Mra. Ray Starnes won
New Shop will be brought to this clothing to be sent through first place in the Duplicate playon vyvvmvmvm.vvnv.ve. Rev, and Mrs. ..J, ,E. Normanand I L. C. Smith family of Mar- m tCE -
meeting. New handmade gifis for Church World Service to needy son of Jacksonville, visited
in ietta spent Sunday with the Ern-
Thursday evening. Coming
hristmas will be on sale from areas in Europe and the East. Rev. E. P. Sheetz and family on Do r:
second were Mrs. E. L. Kyle and est Rauleraons. 'J SUPPUBS <
oowuntil Christmas at the Nearly Warm clothing for men, women Sunday. Rev. Norman filled the
Mrs. Albert Bachman. Third Arthur Green, who is stationed
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,New Shop., This plan has been. and children, denim material, pupils at the First Baptist
place was tied by Mrs. E. F. By MM. Lacy Norman at Norfolk, Va., spent last
Chosen instead of a concentrated blankets, and shoes are among Church on Sunday evening. Other slYM id
Aiken and Mrs. W. P. Boyd; and 0 *4 week with his parents, Mr. and
Bazaar by the Auxiliary. the items desired. The items may Mrs. Gordon Adams and Mrs. J. .1111&A&&&& &&&&&&A A guests of the Sheetz during the : Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green. #3 its A'L off'1
Community Church be brought to the meeting on weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Joe
D. Henderson. Edwin Griffis of Pahokee and Mrs. Bill Pendarvis and Mr
The Women of the Community 'Tuesday evening and the Com- Anderson and family and Wendell -
Keynotes :Mrs. Janette Griffis of Jacksonville : and Mrs. Donnie Mosley were in ,
Church will observe World Com- munity Church Women will for- Griffin, also of Jacksonville.Mrs. "_ '
Mrs Al Nelson was hostess on spent the weekend here with Augusta, Ga. on Sunday for a # = ,-
.
Tuesday, Oct 22 at a morning their mother, Mrs.. Gallic Griffis, James Hogan and Mrs. visit with Bill Pendarvis. They
coffee party honoring her mother and brother, Leslie. Sherill Hogan. and -daughter of found Bill much improved and

Now Equipped To Deliver Mrs. H C. McMasters: on her Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Norman Jacksonville ,spent -Tuesday' with he hopes to come home in the
I the O. J..Anders family and Mrs.
birthday. Mrs. McMasters is and, son, and Mrs. Charles near future. |
spending the winter with the Mosely, all of Jacksonville, spent Sam HiJ: s. '. :Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Toney- and j
Nelsons. the weekend here with the L. M. Mr. and Mrs Donald ,Wilkinson I family of Orange Park were Sunday -
:Mrs. C. B. Brust and Mrs Normans. and family of t Jacksonville guests of Mr. and Mrs. D.

KEROSENEANYWHERE Thelma Webster have been the Recent guests of the Lacey were.,Sunday guests, of Donald's A. Jones and family. inn

guests of :Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Normans were Marvin Thompson parent. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett 'Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Prevatt

Cook. of Jacksonville, and Mr, and Wilkinson. and daughter of Jacksonvillewere

IN THE Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ruffini Mrs R. E. Sapp and sons of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford weekend guests of Mrs.
were weekend guests of their son Green Cove Springs. were business visitors to Jacksonville Prevatt and Mr. and MJ'Jim

and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Knight of pn; Tuesday Baxley. I

LAWTEY AREA i :Mrs. John A. Ruffini. They were Baldwin visited the L. M. NorThat's -, Mr. and Mrs. ..Rudy ,Higgin- Ernie Russell who, with his I
I botham and daughter of Max- wife, has been visiting the Ollie I
Pick family, had a stroke v ,
Biuiness'I ville spent Sunday with Mr. and on
Our
Mrs. Nathan Starling. Sunday and had to be carried to

F-A-S-T COURTEOUS SERVICE I l If It's Glass We Hare It! Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zack of Bradford County Hospital. M
and Mrs. Bud Carter
of Sarasota
I CALL WRITE or VISIT Daytona agent last week with visited
the Picks .
on
the L. S. Tanners. Other guests Sunday.Mrs.

Joe Peters Glass Co. during the weekend were Mr. bronn. is Jessie visiting Thomas Mr. and of Heil-Mrs. i
and Mrs. Clifton Smith and Mr
D. B. (DICK) THOMAS and Mrs. R. L. Smith of Starke. James Thomas Wainwright and: Bud
FOR ANY GLASS NEED
Mr. and Mrs, Guy Futch and I io,000
We Design Modern Store Fronts family had as Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whitefelt i i
BEL-AIR PHILLIPS 66 STATION Just Mail Us A Pattern for guests Mr. and Mrs. Johnny and family of Cocoa visited the
Leonard -Prevails and Mr. and
Table Tops Crews of Jacksonville.Mr. I
LAWTEY PHONE 2662 and Mrs James Waters Mrs. Harry Wilkerson and
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 24353Be daughter
.. and sons and little Miss.Cheryl during the weekend. I i
Miss Sharon, Mosley. daughterof
Higginbotham visited Mr. and
Mrs. Buford Higginbotham in Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mosley, j

Maxville on Sunday.Mr. who has been attending school

and Mrs. .Carl Mosley and here, has returned to Orlando to
t ks; ':<4a o6ua ?L.y..rxvx live with her "
vVf >i :. son have moved to JacksonvilleThe grandparents Mr.
C. S. and Mrs. J. H. Hughey and will
Moselys visited them
..
f .sic,: iarnsat; k.. there on Saturday. attend an Orlando school. "I

Mr and Mrs Markilee Padgett Mrs. Clyde Hiatt and daugh-

/ Air /Impala Sport Coupe-new luxury e .. ", and family of Clay Hill were ters, Mrs. L. E. Knight and daughter \

In the low-price field/ / Sunday dinner guests of the Randall Bradley, and Gary I' ga

:\ Theodore, Crews family. Bennett were among those attending | ,
Ordination,, services were held the Bradford Football [

'r at the, First Baptist Church on game at Fernandina on Friday ,
Sunday afternoon, at which evening.

lime Fred Moore, Arthur Pearce. Mrs Leona Edwards accompanied ,
and Troy Bennett were ordained the Hiatts to Fernandina

:is Deacons, Rev. Lewis Haines on Friday and.spent the weekend

'f First Baptist Church, Starke Mr.. and Mrs. Bryant Tucker .

acted as moderator and the ser. and family. On Saturday they

!Don was delivered by ,Rev. E...D. all attended the Florida Fair at
Harvey, Pastor of Lanes Avenue Callahan., The Tuckers brought 1.'
i iB
Baptist Church in Jacksonville her home on Sunday afternoon.

:y bout 75 ministers, .deacons, an cattended Arthur swanbom. of the Naval -

_? "riends this impressive Air Station, Jacksonville,j

S b _' ;, -- "eremony. spent the weekend with his mother I
.y ... Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore had I Mrs. Swanbom. and sister II I
*a Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs!. Dorothy.

-' 3ruce Boyer of Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. Eva McKinney of Wild- I

Xlrs. Fred Brown and Mis s wood and Everett Burnev of I
Rachel Boyer of Jacksonville, Jacksonville visited Mrs. -GeorgiaAnn -- 1

; ind Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torodef I Sapp last- Saturday.The .

AllV :OSi TOO N'EW' : TO[ BE tRUE ") Mr.Gainesville.and Mrs. Hamp Henry of Augustine Joe were Shuford weekend family guests of St I

.
Starke visited the Ressie Ander of Mrs. John Shuford and Dave.A. .

:iOns on Sunday. M. Blanchard_ and Miss En-
... Mrs. Mattie Carter and family za Blanchard had as a weekend
'
CIIEUROLET had a* guests during the week- visitor Miss Arthurine Blanchard -
53 I: end Mrs. Robert Meyers and of Jacksonville.

The biggest, boldest mote any car ever made! daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Mra Lula Dority was in Jack- StampslPr's I !

Pope and daughter,. and Mrs. sonville on Sunday to see Mr.
Christobel ,Valenti, ,all of Jacksonville and Mrs. Mac McDonald.
J/'s panther- silk-smooth with combination on the road. There are two ., and Miss Edna Carterof I. Mrs. Ralph Wise Mrs. John

new rides Full Coil suspension and a Hill.Raleigh __.
a V8 unlike any other, a Full Collsuspension Clay Brown and Mrs. Mitchell Brown --- _
real air ride*. The body-frame design is Bonds of Jacksonville a -
were shopping in Gainesville CLIP --
real air ride and last
a two new, the wheelbase is longer.There's spent Sunday with the Allan week. J 1. THIS COUPON I

new super models! Here today a new 4-headlight system, new I Hart, family and Mrs. Nancy Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt had I Deposit In contain.r provided at your W ;

6 and V8 power, a foot-operated parkLook Keene. is guests during the weekend IIVN-pIX>g

at Chevrolet's airy new styling. ing brake. Even two super models-the Mrs. Margaret Kelly spent the J. C. prevatts of Ocala, and : FREE! 10,000 !

That's how new Chevrolet is all over! Bel Air Impala Sport Coupe and f last week with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mrs. L. H Harper and family of STAMPS i

It's lower, wider-nine inches longer.'ertible, most luxurious and Con.mz Tomlinson in New River. Kingsley .Lake. To6oo+rordod .. t I 1 1J 1tM
W. C. Griffis, Herman Pringle, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins I 02 bcky r in ea cIt I
Chevrolets of all. Wiftn-Dixie
There's all-new Turbo-Thrust SCL :
an Larry and Dub Cannon, Mr. and were in Jacksonville silo, Nov. of cI ;... doro
V8* engine. Pair it with TurboSee all that's Friday J ewa. DO k. Iwdwu _..L..1 ,
up new at your Chevroletdealer's Mrs. J. R Cornwall and Miss for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. yer HOT H AVE TO BE PRESENT --, .wwwr

glide and you'll command the quickest soon. !Optional at extra cost. .F Anita Ballentine visited Mr. and Horace Cox, Miss Adel Dinkins, I 10 WIN.

..._4 ,. Mrs. D. G. Wilkerson and Miss ,. and Freddy..Dinkins. lice J
,7 Gloria: Anderson during the Mrs Senie Prevatt's Sunday

:. ,' weekend. visitor were Rev and Mrs. Gee Addrr .
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: :h' )lr. and Mrs.' H. C. Kelly and Chism of Maniac I
,' Ga. "
Mr. and !
""" Mrs. Margaret ,Kelly' have as Mrs. Dick Starling and familyof I fiLL OUr AND DEPOSIT AT" _?_ f
guests this week ,.Mr. and Mrs. L. WINN-DlXII
Heilbronn, and Miss Carol ___ .
A.. P. Hallman of Chattanooga,
:. Norman! Highland. Rev. Chism ------------.1
Tenn. Mrs. :Margaret Kelly is the will be holding services at the 1

Prevail home on Sunday after
mans Sunday afternoon and Mrs. .noon. tP 1

____ Zettie Padgett returned with The Halloween Carnival was Winn-Dixie'
\ : A_ them' to stay a week. .thoroughly enjoyed by those present Shop

}Mr and Mrs. Carson Griffis ..Jeff.Marrs. won first prize

and daugher, Geraldine, and in, the Costume,, Contest while
,' Sharon Mosely visited the Stephen Gloria Padgett wpm second and

:__, __ noon.Foster museum Sunday after- Loraine-Mrs. Clarence and Lamar Mosley Priest 3rd and : For Low Prices: 1 1i.

A religious picture on the Crucifixion family and Mrs.. Marion ,Tucker
was shown at the church and son of Jacksonville were

Sunday afternoon' by Rev. Walter weekend guests of,the .Dave Tanners i. I

Zvoda. and Earl, estona..
Bel Air Door Sedan-bo/d/ Our Sunday school is doing I Among those on the sick list Plus 10,000'

and fisher Body quality fine. We have a banner and this week _are Mrs. H. H. liar .
few beauty (
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'. ,:: 19581' _: ::: everyone works hard ,to see Vmc flton, Mrs. Ethel Reddish and
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_:" -, '-::- .\... ...:..w..:.:....': gets it. The Juniors and the A- Terry Futch.
dult Men's Class tied last Sun- A. 'surprise :birthday party was

day. The Juniors got it the Sunday given in honor of Al Sappenfieldon ,,

before, and .we are proud of the evening of Thursday,. 0 ct. Free Stamps i
our work. Everybody cone to 24, at the Trail Motel and Restaurant -

Only Irancfii-! Omralet dealers display.Au famous trademark See'YourLooaUutodz 1 h'oto /II Sunday School,. and if you havea The--guest list includedhis

little boy or girl.- be sure tobrinr'.them. wife, Mrs. Ruby Sappenfield,. rand

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BBADFORD TKLEGRAP1I; STARKE, FLORIDA rc.rI "1:
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e with her son a'.1 ,i u '4'er-
t................. .................v..yYY1I ,.yyy.y................ Debbie lived in this communityfor it by the J & B Truck Stop. YvnyyvvVYVVVYYYYYYVVYYV TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTrfTT week in-law Mr. and Mrs. Elvard Nor-
29 and taught schoolall Pete Smith local colored man
I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED MAXYILLE the years while she was here. On had the. misfortune of having a NORTH SIDE RISINGBy man of Lady Lake.

CITIZENS OF COUNTY I Monday afternoon a group of tree fall on his leg while he was -
BRADFORD
i friends'. last By Mrs. Carl BrownAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJAAAAAAAA'A the
teachers and held a tea working Friday. JonesALULLLAAAALW THE RIGHT POINT for
Mrs. Gordon
, By Mrs. f>..B. Nolan i
at the school house in her honorat Another colored man, Charlie, way you write. Come in and select
.. By Ozora J. ShellILAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLLLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMr. which time they presented her Rawla underwent surgery Tues- Bro. Bobby Collins filled the W AAA'I your favorite ESTERBROOK
with a beautiful piece of luggage. day morning at Brewster Hos- I Fountain Pen: TELEGRAPH.
I, I and Mrs., H. G.. Griffia and I. in Jacksonville.Mr. pulpit Sunday morning and even Mrs. Maggie Norman and Mrs.
Miss Debbie also the
Last! Rites Sunday and President Dell in an effort I Miss Mary Wilkes spent Sunday was pianist pital ing. Everyone enjoyed the 'mes- Willie Jones of Gainesville were -r. :-
jl of the Maxville Baptist Church and Mrs. Alfred Harris, I
Funeral service for Deacon to map out financial plans for the with Mrs. Maggie Padgett at sages very much. Thursday night supper guests of
and for several Geraldine Brock and Harris
had been Ray
Matthew McNeil will be held on school y ar. The next meeting i Black Pond. years Bro. Byrd from Georgia led Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and GAY'S
and she active in were visitors in Jacksonville Sat-
Sunday, Nov. 3 at 1:30 p. m. in will be held Wednesday, Nov. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cox and son was very Prayer Meeting Wednesday Carolyn. ,
J New Bethel Baptist Church. Rev. All par ents and supporters of of Green Cove Springs held sing-- church work. We know that the urday. night. He was accompanied: by Visiting Mr. Robert Normanover
Home
new friends that she will make Mrs. D. J. Parrish and baby Bro. also from Georgia.- weekend Mr. and AppliancesYour
Met Faulk
I A. Vinson, pastor. Deacon R. J. E are asked to attend. Mrs.F. ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. the were
t Neil has resided in Starke for S. Pierce, chairman of the Cannon and daughter last in Palatka will learn to love her daughter have returned home A birthday party was given in Mrs. Albert Norman and son of
Kyle as much as we do and we do after .a twelve day stay in the Michael his Mrs. Friendly
the honor of Cowart on Fla., Mr. and
t more than a year. He was program comittee, is planning a Friday night. They will be at the Mulberry
i hope that the years ahead of this Bradford County Hospital. 6th anniversary and Stephen O'Steen and son of
husband of Mrs Corean Royal spicey program. Mrs. Marion Dell, Cannon home each Friday night : Garland
Dealer
McNeil, eldest daughter of Mother president; Miss E. Kennedy, re for a while now to sing. family will be filled with hap- Don't forget the Maxville Civic Cowart 'on his 10th birthday at Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Norge
Sophia Royal. Deacon McNeil porter. piness. Club meets Friday night Nov 1, their home last Saturday after- Willie Jones and Mrs. Maggie *
,', was an active deacon of New Adult Classes Still Open Among those attending the associational Mrs. Paul Garrett and family, at 8 oclock. We urge all members noon. Ice cream, cake, and cook- Norman of Gainesville. 0 NORGE APPLIANCES]

Bethel before his sudden departure All adults who wish to enroll Sunday School meeting ,- Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson to attend. ies were served. Bags ,of candy Visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. C. MAYTAG' WASHERS
l on Friday Oct. 25. at 3:40a. : for classes in sewing, cookingand last Thursday night from the and family of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Dorothy Waters and chil- and tangerines were given to the Lewis and Meed Sunday were

m. in the Bradford County typing are asked to meet at MaxvUle Baptist Church were Mra H. R. Kilsore and family: dren and Mr. and Mrs. Jack nine guests as treats Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas COLDLL1BEATERS and
Hospital. He formerly lived in RJE on Monday night at 7:30": Rev. W. O Mathis, Mra Eliza- were Sunday dinner guests of Waters and family of Jacksonville Mrs. Maude Wainwright spent and children of Brooker and Mr. FLOOR FURNACESWe
Jacksonville and served as dea- Classes in beth Edwards, Mrs. Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham. visited Monday afternoon Saturday night with her daughter and Mrs. Reed Lewis and chil-
for organization. gen-
con of Day Spring Baptist eral education are being offered Waters and Linda and Roger with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Reh- Mrs. J. Boles and family of dren. Service All! MakesOf

Church of which Rev. Weaver which include mathematics En- Waters Miss Debbie Phillips and }Ofi-. and Mrs. D. B., Griffis and I berg at Earlton Beach, Mrs. Reh-: Waldo. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Appliances
IS pastor. He was faithful in his glish, Social Studies, Science and Henry Griffis. They also held a daughter Karen' attended dedi- berg who has been ill now for :Mr. and Mrs, E. C. Clark had Gordon Jones and Carolyn were

services to the church and devoted music. Why not enroll tonight, discussion on Stewardship: cation of the Baker County Hos- several weeks' ia'nt getting along as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Manni and Phone 10
He Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Higgin- too well. Mrs. Billy Martin :Mr. and Mrs.
to his wife and family. in of
Starke.
any person over 16, unable to at- pital |.}acclenny Sunday after: family
leaves to mourn his loss a host botham and sons and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters and Carl Brown, and Mrs. Robert Starke, FUrid
tend school during the day may Mrs. Norman
: Maggie spent a
of relatives and friends. Hughes- Mrs. Buford Higginbotham and noon.Mr. family a ut'Mr.. and Mrs. Bud McRae and children
enroll at night. The fee is very and Mrs. Elbert Brown
Chestnut Funeral Home of Gain- daughter attended the fair at Waters and family of Jackson- Gail Martin is improving after
small. and moved to
esville Is in charge of arrange- Fair Callahan last Friday night. the .Dan family Parrish house.Saturday ville visited Saturday with Mrs. being in bed with pneumonia.Mr. ROUND AND SQUARE DANCINGEVERY
ments. Condolences may be sent Bradford County The Baldwin Football team Dorothy Waters and family.Mr. and Mrs. Ivry Thompson are
by mail to Route 1, Box 218, Thursday is set aside as the and St. Joseph's Academy met Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and and Mrs. Gilbert 'Brown also on the sick list. FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT
Starke, Fla. special day for all our school last Friday night for one of the family were visitors in Jackson- and family moved Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Reese Scott and
children to attend the fair. Pa- ville Saturday. :Music By
Borne On Leave best football games of then year. the Thelma Rainer place. children attended the football
SN Arthur Parks has recently rents are also invited to. go. This The final siore.was. 33 .to. 27 ,in Work has begun on clearing Mrs. Thelma Rainer and game in'Fernandina last Friday Big Chief Willis and His Little IndiansSAILORS'
does not mean that you cannot for the playground and the county I
returned from II. S. Naval Air favor of St. Joe Next Friday granddaughter, Jackie Joiner, night and spent the weekend
attend the fair on other after- has started on the road.. Maybe moved to the old with Mrs. Scott's mother. Mrs.
aft-
Station in Key West Florida afternoon the Baldwin "A" team Tuesday Spark-
noons and evenings but Wednes- it won't be long now before SNACK
BAR
Cora Bell Jones of Fernandina.
er completing basic training. He will compete with Bolles in Jack- man place.
day is the special day for the our children will have a nice Weekend
guests of Mr: and
is the eldest! son of Mrs. Margu sonville. Go<5d Luck Boys. \
Trite Parks, nurses aid at the White children and Thursday is place to play. THE RIGHT POINT for the! Mrs. M. L. McDaniel were Mr. :MAMA :MO'S PLACE
the for please Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Beach of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Williamsonhave write. Come in and .
He day us. so cooper- way you select and Mrs. sam Vonvisoto and Mr. .
Hospital.
Bradford County
RJE high school ate with this schedule. The Exhibit Hastings spent last Friday with I purchased a beautiful new your favorite ESTERBROOHF01 and Mrs. Sam Bonvisoto and Mr. Kingsley Lake
from
graduated under the lead- Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and house ntaJn Pen.
member of committee trailer, and i are living in TELEGRAPH. aonville.:
In 1956 and was a
of Principal Eddie Thom- I family. They all enjoyed seeingthe n .
the basketball team. Parks will I ership .. .,, ,
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leave Nov. 23 to continue dutyIn I pkins this has done They a have wonderful producedsome job ball game Hastings-Macclenny in which Hastings! won :t} t .;.:':. ;j ;jL/. [: iti::: i i ii: ., Z .1 : 1;flf::;: ::: ; :< : : 7 '" :' v.".;J .
year. : .
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the Navy in Italy. We wish of 20 to 13. Enroute "'.' "....,. ''. : % .L. ',.."X 1 ... ,"''''' ,. ; '" ... ,1 'i" '. ." ... .. .. ,x ..k..4..MN"t
beautiful score w
by a "
specimens .

Thurston for The him PTA much School of the success News school overseas.met on which and see.very you entries.Prizes must, will go be to the awardedto fair home ending they of the stopped Baldwin-St.to see Joe the :::"F')ks.. a'r, ?y., ..:. 't;' r: ,1f f :''';1.; .r.I! .;' ;:... .AJ [.i 1. :; i Q;{,$:\;x 4 ;;. J.... ... I':.a h !k i i:


Monday, Oct. 21, and elected the all game. ,,..ugt",y'.,. .;..... .,.,. r "" ''''.,." :...1J',A r r:.... '; ''' ..' t/.Iii; .... .,,1'0.' ; .. ,\.-,#.'.. ..' .1"$ ...'JhI )
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President, $65* X* :
following officers: R.rgarr. ;a;r.rh. : x ..yr, ,,p.yxa 7.' _#. *% A .rA .tE \ tfilMJBlv '
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'Mrs.. Louiza Brown; vice-presi Moriah Methodist B. Nolan were business visitorsin .rw. '. :: .' ., ,Q?': ..... ;. + ;,<:
dent Mrs. Essie Perdue; record- Church held annual Trustee Day Jacksonville last Friday and x. ''r .. ',urSj*. >:.4 e. .. ,.3 C'}.; ,
ing secretary, Mrs. D. D. Jackson which was led by Bros. William enroute home !stopped' for a visit } Y' ':a's'e'r I
Robert Dell Louis with Mrs. Floyd Hall and Mrs.
; financial secretary, D. Flowers Holland Kellyand ;
: 'Treasurer, Henry Bryant; Frank Jackson. Eli Graham Sylvia Carter and son. Randy. ; .iJl:

reporter, Mrs. Ruby Mae Albert; served as finance chairman assisted Colored Resident Passes so.-.... ..:: y.: I .t..:;;,. -.-. ,,", :Ii,, ,j."i 'ID'fHM'UI' '4
Chaplain. Rev S. J. Strong. Refreshment by chairman of the Trustees Emma Glover. 81, passed away .i: ;),::..;.. :." '"':ll ,: :; .::1: .' .f :'. );..: '. .:: .: .;.):::: .'.:..5, ;E ::;tiVf: ; :\ .: .:: jt-ti.-n.tJ; : : 'f ::>>;::1':!! ":- .....::; ....t'f"'y" '*:..1

committee: Mrs. O. B. Oscar Dell. A final reportwas Saturday afternoon at her home 11 [ :"'" f. ":-" ., ., 4"4......,.,:''' ."-1.r' i.'i.' ';"' ,,, .I.I'ijli'i' .,()"J /-f: t'll'$ '<-':"}:;:': ::: ": '? ., .. t.

Scott, Mrs. Rosa Williams, An- $249.39. Hats off to the here in Maxville. She had been ';':<,*...$<,!' fl ,: ,' .'... '!{'. '........(,...,:.....<., -. ". .: ':'*t. :1tt; : w.r\.J.::.:....:.:'.\< >.):/2\.l.:: "" "')..:.: ;,.<::.<..lJ t:, :._ :;::*" 'tt."i.. : "NJLI.w..:. .t_: !':y.>>: ,....',''.. ... ,' :fc.:..1..:, IfY'..

nette Phillips, Willie Pittman committee for a great job. The I a resident of Maxville for 35 'ir1i 1<,Vr"? ,,. 'M-: .i ',.r!.t. ::..1. ::..:': :: :.;.:.i;. .\.;::.::":. 'os' ; :. :>;[ ?;e;':: if i' .:::':::.:::.t :;1 {j\f1 {fy ;t:;. ....;.i:...:: .. ;:; ;. :,f if : .i.#.,; < .:1.;: ::,"9..ti.. ::; .1
< women than doubled that coming here from Yimisee, ',. < .. .. : .
more ,
Perdue
and Mrs. Ess'e chairman years .'. W ; ":' iL rZ; ,', ...f ..:'" '' C'iii' ';} l" i.'''''' ; >:?f'} ? 'i;: 40: .g. ;: 't. <', ;<: ')*' };.:$s. : ""

Many thanks to all the pa- i I amount but better luck next S. C. She is survived by her hus- .:.i; 4< ; JIr :: '5' ;: t. .:.: .:< '::::.C/:: : :. :: C :::: '$'J.;: r' j::t};:} :: : ...: :'l fr :.:." :.; : ::i { : .:; .: ; tHf' !. .: :
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trons that attended the meetingand time men. We regret that Sister band, Early Glover, two sons. .. :.f. y. : : ?/. < : .: :i:' iSC ...;: } : : ; : : ; .
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made it successful. The next Ethel Singleton left the city on Peter Smith of Maxville and 'if' s. "' "$:"IifV> ; '

meeting will be on Monday, Nov. Sunday for Hobe Sound where Malachi Smith of Detroit, Mich., !' --Y;' f{ .-N t-: :-;;: : :& \ } 4 ;::1 ; 1i .

18, at 7:30: p. m. All patrons and she will work during the winter. four grandchildren, 15 great : L'a>. .r.r.. ,,..,. .. '''l'1'0 '
friends are asked to attend. The She was accompanied by her grandchildren and six great ; "' ... }:r'r; : a',3..l,r'l.a+ B


probably Refreshment plan for Committee a Turkey Din-will 'Jensen brother Beach.Stephen Sister Singleton Singleton'is of great services will grandchildren.be held at the Funeral Dallas ;.: .; '...k,' .},].yy i: :: :; t. : t ; ,,;!.;';.' ,.fP ',e 4t

ner since it will be very near: a faithful member of the Graham Funeral Home in Jack- it :; .
Thanksgiving. Mr, S. C. Price church and will be missed. The sonville and burial will be in ,

principal, Mrs. Ruby Mae Albert, chairman and co-chairman and Orange Park. T".... a:...:: .. .-lIj .?. y" ..... .',,"'*;: ...+. "'.,. .. ,., "'Ii"ry "
reporter Mrs. D. B. Jackson, as- all captains wish to thank all Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Corson : I

sistant. members and friends that made and family of Jacksonville were it.'. j .,,.. AD i\ii'il v:. ; i; :;; J "%...:tit; ;. : f

RJE I'TAThe this drive a success. Annual con- Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs ; V r'] t ,< ..

R. J. E. PTA ference will convene in Gainesville .. ... ; .;, ..,.... ., ar, e., ... ...., .. .
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met recently Jessie Williamson and son: ,: '<<.:.........::<:H J: .""$< .. "y. ,t*:.fit. > .e:; .;;; ; :!'"'? +atiiwwJa# -' .}hh. Mar. raw < <"' ';i$; .1: .
and re-elected all of the.ot- starting Nov. 6. All members Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wellhausen lk: :. ':...< ::.\\t: i. : rt .l Y\j;M(:iY) "'.f.-.4- \ : .?; ; .,.", .'f.t ;, tfft: ::: \"Hi;
ficers with the addition of Mrs. are invited to attend. Rev: and sons visited in Starke .ptv'*;JI; U;.\::"! ':.':.::.".. <'t":: :;.':" .?J.:>:i. .=: ."4'4 }" 3''If... t l .3-' .t"tt .i:

Gladys Blye as assistant! secre- A. E. Stripling, pastor; WilliamT. Sunday afternoon with Mrs. D. jf ..: .... --. ;/ ,;:' :ErE ':,0<.1 ;; .. .." ?)} ,
tary. Several Holland, reporter. :' ... .'. .' U :* ..1$'" : : :
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commit- ..
Monds at
J. Parriah and
Henry ..,:'*::':: ......., ... ......-. .. ,. t} : ,::: :;.:p$ N 1" ,
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appointed by Greater Chapel the Bradford County Hospitaland ,,'.:'. '.' .",:: .;';}" I ..;.<' .'.:: ',.. : '.' '.",'+...N... :'!r".i ,. 'f: "
President Marion Dell, one of Church. Rev. Sampson pastor with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie tV't.:....>.. ./ '.11q', .!t".: ".,:, ...,=$,..):5,:;h:
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Budget Committee Sunday. Nov. 3. is regular com- Chilson and family. .yr.-rfsknesrp. w, 'OO"". .. : .:" .. .
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of which Mrs. L. M. Royal is munion day. All members are Buddy Browning, James and (:\" ;f .P fI .: ":';t" < ,..., .:., .. ,': : .v. : : 1"
chairman. A planning meeting asked to attend and participate. :! B. F. Coleman attended the rodeoin f E l / A ... ,. ,if: >>:::, ., ..'..... :.,....",......,"'....,.. :<".b' :' ; .' .< ,:..''.>>...,.. .',(:#w1" ;-". }: ".t',>4"'ji.K .%. ,,..",:W. .. .".":...;v''T .

was held last night by this com I Evening/; Worship from 7:00 p. m. Callahan last Saturday night. ,' $ ':" ii.-. \ m: ;:t' 't '..; .:. .::.ik.;., .f.t.;" t# :,:....,." ,:: .'
mittee with 'out'on time. '$ i(., t. '. : <:
Principal Thompkins_ to 8:00.: Please'come Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Browning : f.y.' : ';-'tj' 'ii<

Il t visited in Jacksonville Sunday ,: ,: :, : \ :: ilif
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with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pellum M .:;:L .c4 'o ++ta va ar pF "7 2 ; ? ii b3i.!: mt''it,. $rt kt, hlJto .

PROTECT your DRIVER'S license and son and Mr. and Mrs. M. C. ,...... >Jt.w V ,: "<'$>.L.J.'''')', '.. ;,.r... 'i:":.of. :. ,
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Browning and daughter.Mrs. r .... '. ,. ;X.hh. ;4L' >> :afSN : .
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LouiSe Eichelser and son "' .., h" fcJI : ..tl vi>,
: ., .' -.o.Wo.. .'.1lYj.?;", e. BUY of Jacksonville spent last week- "'".#..f/t.: .=.. >

end with Mr. and Mrs. F. B. "'i ,: ,..,., ,
Coleman.Rev. : '.' .t

LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCENo W. O. Mathis,, of Jackson-

vile was a dinner guest of Mr. Lea er. .a i
and Mrs. ''R. L. Harris and fam-

Membership Fees .. 6 Mo. Policies ily Sunday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Avery Slade of
Hampton spent Sunday with Mr. M.
and Mrs Claude Green. 'qs

dOYlE Clifton and Michael Slade of
E. CONNER AGENCY .
few
Hampton are spending a ... .
da.sith their uncle and aunt. r
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lucas and t
136 W. I
Call.Str.ee1n_ I Phone 285
family. .
Rev. and Mrs. H. F. Higdon \

visited Mrs. Arnold Harper at -, .
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St. Vincent's Hospital in Jack-

CASH FOR sonville Sunday. If Mrs. Harper ;

continues improving she will be

able to come home one day this {

week. r
We regret that Howard Dur-

PECANST rance has been ill for the past

asthma.few days with an attack of


Mrs. Kyle Cannon is m at her

home here. Her daughter, 'Mrs.
Dan Hargroves had to take her

I to the Bradford ,County. Hospital 1t t
NEW.
INTRODUCINGSw
Sunday to a doctor. J .
Mrs. :Lealer Harris and son,
CASH PRICES
Hershell, and Mrs. Gladys Copeland -
and family attended the

dedication of the new Baker

County Hospital in Macclenny I elptWin 587.
PAID Sunday and also visited the John'.

M. Brinkley Funeral Home there. ..

Mrs. J. C. Nolan and children tt *
visited Monday afternoon in ..
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Jacksonville with Mrs. Nolan's ; '. "
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6 DAYS PER WEEK mother Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson, i -r'

who has been ill is improving.Mr. Wilkinson. So audveunced: it leaves tKe, rest :behind.- ; .. ',;1t r:
t and Mrs Billy r -
AT and family of Vero Beach spent '
Tuesday and Tuesday night with :. On display. for the first time today is a car that stands apart in any company. It is very IO'V1 very t .

Mr; and Mrs. J.: C. Nolan and A

family. portioned. Its unusual sureness of handling and control reflects the latest
beautifully
STATE daring .
FARMERS MARKET Mr. and Mrs. Junior Goolsbyof rr : : ..

Baldwin visited with Mr. and .,. ._' engineering advance To own it is a new adventure. 2 s- Swept'Wing 58 by DODGE _r-:
Mrs. Leslie Sweat and family. # ,
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!\! I 1. R. Wainwright Produce Co. Sunday.On and Tuesday. her son Mrs.and Debbie daughter-Phillips ..,' 1 .' .-.-'


; : in-law, Mr. and Mrs> Simeon Brothers Motor
\ PHONE 179 STARKE FLA. Philips and their baby daughter, ./ Hardy Company ;

Debbie Sue. moved to Palatka to
1 AT FARMERS MARKET make their home. The family Is i -

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... 4 tethodist Church CHURCH UP qoo GRAHAM .
[ Sunday School 10 ai m.,.Morning St. Edward' Church BAPTIST CHURCH First Christian Church Lutheran Services

' i 'unday School for everyone, Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. i Sunday School, 10 a m. Morning Morning worship, 11 a.m. 122. E. Washington St.
Qv.U'i: \ a. m. Morning Worship, 11a. Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPE; Holy day masses, 6:20: a. m. and Worship, 11 a. .m. Training Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor Regular services will be held !
/ CHURCH NEWS tn. Dine-A-Mite for Intermediate Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m, $:30 a. In.ChUdren's. Union 6:30 p. pj. Evening Wor- Sunday School, 10 a.m. at 7:30. Sunday evening at our
and Senior MYF 6:15 p. m. Prayer Meeting Friday,,7:45 p. m. Catechism exsi each ship, 7:30: p. .- Rev. W. O. Youth Churcn. "I p.m. new location, 122 E. Washington
EveiinST Worship, 7:30: p. m. LAWirrSunday Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. Collins, Sr., pastor.SE'E111. Wednesday Prayer Meeting Street (near Walnut Street.)
IT Wednesday Prayer Meetingand School, 10 a. m. Morn Keystone Heights 7:30: p.m. The Rev. Myron G. Mader pastor .
Bible Study, 7:30 p. m. I ing Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Serv- (At St. William's Chapel) : DAY Adult Choir practice, 6:45: p.m.' of The First Lutheran Churchof
Youn Choir rehearsal. 6:30p. ice Saturday 7:30: p m. (Follow Hiway 21 south to St ADVENTIST CHURCH Wednesday. Ocala, will conduct the i

Presbyterian Church At The Tabernacle m. t Chancel Choir rehearsal, William's Sign.) Services each Sabbath in the Ladies Council, 1st end 3rd services. .,
, 7:30: p.m.. K1MG5L.EF: LAKE Sunday Mass 8 a. au home of S. N. Brown across from Tuesday nights.Everybody AU persons without a home II
Friday Adult Choir practice The past week's services at the MISSIONARY BAPTIST attend. 'I
welcome to
to each invited
Static i 1 WRGR broadcasts our Holy day masses 7.30: a. m. Bethel Baptist Church east of church are
8 p. m. Gospel Tabernacle included a Sunday School 9:45 a.m.: Morn- service
. Morning Worship this Confessions before idl Masses.REVIVAL Starke. Sabbath School 2 m
Sunday p.
Sunday Church School, 9:45a. : spiritual message Friday night 1 ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening
from 11o'clock till noon. I Bible Study each Wednesday, St. Mark's Episcopal
m. Morning Worship. "God's from the New Testament, Service 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting ST. JIARK'S EPISCOPAL
Standard," 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship brought by Rev. M. :M. Brack- An im ffaticm the is extended for each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone SERVICESAT 7:30 p. m.-Arden Mote, pastor. CHURCH Ber. Raymofld >E. MacBUla .:'
6 p. m. Evening Wor- man. The speaker brought out you to co and worship withus welcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott; IIEILn&OXXI'TIST Sunday Services-9:45 a.m., Services at St. Mark's Episcopal
ship "How to Be Great," 7:30p. : the fact that we should pray in in our church. pastor. Revival services,will be held at LAttTEY, CHURCH OF CHRIST Church School; 11:00 a.m., Morn- Church will be as follows:
.. m. secret, humbly and sincerely, and the Heilbronn Baptist Church, (presently meeting in City Hall)' ing Prayer and Sermon. i Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church I
Tuesday Board of Deacons. in faith believing. ASSEMBLY 10Y CHAPEL BROOKER BAPTIST CHflRCli Nov. 4-10.: with Rev. John Strick- Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m., Holy mmunin-First. Sunday 'School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. -

7:30: p. m.Thursday. Sunday morning the sermon OF GODG. Rev. C. Bruce Stallingg, pastor land as the evangelist. Services worship, 11 a. m.EveningYoung- 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday, p.m.Y.. P. S. L.
Junior Choir was delivered by Rev. Syd L. M. Usborne, Pastor Sunday School, 10 a. m.;'morn- start. at 7:30 p. m. with special. people's Bible 7:30 a.m. Wednesday: 7:3: p.m. Litany

practice. 3:30: -p. m. Starka Social Rees of Jacksonville from the ing Sunday Worship School, 11 ,a.10 a. m. Morn- ing worship, 11 a. m.; -training numbers by the quartette and study,. 7; preaching, 7:30. Wednesday-7:00 p.m., Choir I and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir

Club meeting at St. Edward's Book of Jeremiah. He showed Service, 7.15: m. Evangelistic union 7 p. m.; evening worship. other; .singing every night., Wednesday-Bible study 7:30p. : Practice; 7:45: p.m., Litany and Practice.
Parish Hall, 7:30 p. m. how important it is for the Wordto weekly p. m. Thursday 8 p. m. The pastor Rev. Walter! H. m.. Bible Study. 11 a. m.: 3rd Sunday 7:39 a. m.
burn in the hearts of Christ- tion extended praye to service. Invita- Wednesday-Hour of Prayer,. Lee, invites the public to attend Radio programStation Other meetings and services by Holy Communion: 1st Sunday,
CATHOLIC CIIUItCH ian people until they feel a definite everyone. 8p.rn. these meetings. WRGR, Monday, 6:30: a. m. announcement. twalts everyone.

urge to go out and pro- .&..
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Mass 9:30: a. m. Holyday Masses, On Friday night Nov. 8. Rev.R. .
I. Humbred of Flora. Ind. will
6:30 and 8:30 a. m. Catechism 'T -
Class for children Satur- be the guest speaker at the Tab- : I"i ; :


day Heights,St.9:30: (William's.follow a. m. Hiway every Keystone 21 southto ernacle.hear author this, and The well radio public known Bible is evangelist invited teacher.to, :\.,\\"I wre'_ 'yo-tmpv; h'. ID Church, 'this week.=:..mili- MIIR iiYemJe.dhemtkJe/, .(( ,* I


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and Worship 11 a. m. Evening
4th Sundays. Holyday Mass
Worship, 7:30: p. m. Training
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Union (Sundays) 6:30: p. m. Mid- -&

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Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning

Mrs. J.hn McKinneyYYVYYYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Worship, 11 a. m. Training ; x
Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Wor-
ship, 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting

Rev. W O. Collins filled his regular Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. Everyone
appointment at the Baptist welcome.- E. C. Harvey, pastor. I d.

Church last Sunday. We take .
this opportunity to invite everyone HIGHLAND
to come out and worship BAPTIST CHURCH

with us. Regular services each Sunday School 9:45 a. m. T
week with Sunday School at 10 Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and I L THE GEM JEWELRY"Slarke's
a. m. Song Service followed by 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each THE
preaching at 11 a. m. Training Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev.
Union at 7 p. m., and Evening George Chism pastor. Everybody FARMERS SUPPLY Leading Jeweler"
Service at 8 p. m. Prayer Meet- welcome. ,

ing each Wednesday at 7:30. p. ,1 A. R. Johnson W ,
m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST .iyd
Mrs. Della Osteeji of High LATTER DAY SAINTS

Springs visited relatives here : Services each Sunday in old 4pet : t'r.. STARKECONWAY'S
Sunday. Masonic Hall on I;. Call St. Sun- 1 ?
:Mr. and Mrs. John McKinneyand day School 11a.. m. Sacrament SERVICE 1i .

children visited Mrs. Will Service fc30 p. m. Everyone wel t BUILDERS SUPPLYFLORIDA
Melton in Waldo Sunday after- come. \ At .


noon.Mrs.. Manda Smith of Virginia PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS UNION BUS STATION ,
la spending a while with relatives CHURCH '
here.
Sunday School, 10 a. m.: Morning
Mr. and Mrs. Alene Ward and REALTY
Worship, 11 a. m.; Evange-
baby of St. Mary's, Ga. spent .<., .4.
Wednesday Prayer Meeting
the weekend here with
Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Wynn. listic services, 7:30 p. m. HART FURNITURE OF STARKEWESTERN

Mr. and Mrs. V. L. McKinney 7:30 p. m.

and daughters of Gainesvillewere "
NEW RIVER \ COMPANY '
supper guests of the John _
BAPTIST CHURCH r
McKinneys last Saturday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Frank Thomasof Sunday School 10 a. m. Wor \0 AUTO
ship Hour 11 a. m. Evening Serve '
Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. 4
Darwood Dortch of Waldo were ..:e. 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting ear ASSOCIATE STORE
Friday night supper guests of ednesday, TiSO p. m. Everyonv SMITTY'S
Mr. and Mrs. P. o. Starling. Bible." L =r, J. F. Jaudon

Airs. jonn McKinney's sister, "1I BARBER SHOP '
Mrs. Willie Mae McLeod. is improving CHURCH OF CHRIST

some after being injuredin C. L. Overturf Jr, Minister Dennis Smith THEY BOTH SERVE
an auto accident on Oct. 8. Sunday Sunday School 10 ,
Also her sister-in-law, Mrs. Cur. a. m., morning service, 11 a. m., GIB BROWN'SSERVICE
tis Youngblood, who was able to evening service, 6:30: p. m. Adept and ever alert, good firemen are prepared to go far and.beyond the call of

be carried home Oct. 28. Mrs. Wednesday Bible study, 7:30: duty in the service of their community. !Many times the heroic acts of these STATION,

McLeod is in a Tampa hospital. p. m. W. L. THIGPEN "fire eaters have saved an entire town. To the shack'" and the mansion goes equal .

protection. -
CEMETERY WORKING CARD OF TIIANKS 1 ?
\ BUILDER In like parallel the churches of every community continue serve day after ,day

An all day cemetery workingwill We wish to express our thanks the rich and the poor the sick and the healthy at birth In, life at death FRED S
be held Saturday. Nov. n, at and gratitude to our friends for Phone 297-J the church is all important and deserves your support. Attend some church.

the Beulah Cemetery at Camp their many acts of kindness Serve it and it will return that service a hundredfold. MARINE
Blanding. Everyone interested in beautiful flowers, and words of ,. CENTER
the cemetery is urged to attend sympathy during our recent .
bringing tools and a ba 11ret bereavement.-The family of O. "" .. Fred GraudonBROJVNLEE
lunch F. Tomlinson. HARDY BROTHERS .
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