Bradford County telegraph
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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 22, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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1957 Homecoming Queen .



Official County Publication. Established In 1879 .

J Council Creates Mrs. Santa To Accompany HusbandOn Right-Of-Way Need"Blocks

Visit To Starke On Dec. 7

Advisory Panel

Chamber of Commerce officials began preparing this weekto

welcome Santa Claus with a more gala reception than ever

For Rec ProgramGroundwork before when he makes his official visit to .Starke on Dec. 7, 301 Project

,N. ? .. because they have received word that the old gent is going to

f.r: bring his wife along for the first time this year. ,-- ,-.,_-..-,
was.laid for an increase t .. !
Bradford residents will be able to their : s'r i
1, in a city recreation pro- County get first '. ; .-t. Property Owners

gram as the City Council Tuesdaynight glimpse of Mr. and Mrs. Santa, as they are escorted throughthe J ,
approved a plan for creat- business district in the annual Christmas parade which is f. Asked To, Meet

ing an advisory committee to scheduled to get underway at 9:30: a.m., Saturday, Dec. 7. "
I work with the Council ,Q I
on the I Mrs. Marian Howe, Mrs. H. B. Hamilton and Elden Math- '
project.The : ;:. A meeting Monday night of
If ews, directors of the parade program, are urging all organiza- : :\ on U. S.
plan, proposed by Mrs. people owning
,.-, .', ,-. ," Ruby Johns, would provide for tions to place a float in the parade so that Santa's receptionwill ) \ \ 301 north of Starke has been called
>' t:.' be a grand affair. '.. to kick off ,a concerted effort
'. ,,,',,'. ,. the membership of the advisory .
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',' ; committee to be composed of rep- Cash prizes will be'given for the 'best floats and candy will ..' "'.,,, .- : spearheaded by the
.. .4.\'" '..",'.'-f": 'f'' resentatives of all of the various be plentiful for the youngsters. Out of town judges will select ; '" J Commerce, to obtain the neces

f i.,';,; ? ,...t civic organizations in the city."I the winners of the floats. .., ..i-.:;., .. sary right-of-way for the projectof
,, : believe that Starke is ready four-laning! the highway.
Q}i '""I v-,' .. Qi for a big recreation of the Chamberof
i :: : program He Wasn't In Starke Witnesses Say
-, & Mrs. Johns stated. By working Commerce, County .government .
under this new program, it can and City of Starke began promoting

be determined whether or not the the campaign after they were
; citizens are interested / District Road Board member -
s enough in Wester Found Innocent Of Lewd ActA told by
I a recreation program to pay for Earl Powers that the right-

.' .'? it, she said. of-way problem was the only thing

5y The Council included $1.500; in F'x-man' jury last Thursday on Walnut street when he, driv- blocking an immediate start on

r{. the new budget for playground found E. W. Wester Jr. innocent ing a red and white car, pulledto the construction program.

equipment and beautification but of lewd conduct before a 12- the curb alongside her and I "The contracts could be let tomorrow

the Council members consider thisas year-old girl, thus endorsing the called her over. She said his I L. O. Hazen (second from right), right-of-way agent from the if we had the rightofway -

sufficient only to get a pro- defense's claim that the wrong, trousers were open and he madean State Road Dept., turns the 292 deeds!, involved in the right-of-way ," Powers told the group. He
Eli. Stef anelli, Bradford Senior crowned Homecoming gram started.If said that the State Road Dept.
sa High was -
man had been accused of the indecent suggestion to her.
an | for north U. S. 301 over to Guy Andrews, president 'of the Chamberof of
adequate recreation
Queen by Major W. T. Jackson at the Tornado Whirl fe festhiticsat pro- crime. The testimony of the complaining has given the four-laning
gram is to be carried on, Mrs. Commerce which is pushing the program for obtaining the, right- Bradford County's 11.3 mile section -
at the stadium on Thursday night of last week. First place winner Johns said, more money will havet Wester's defense was built pri- witness was supportedby of-way. Other men working in the project include County Commissioners ) -i on U. S. 301 north of Starke
In the skit competition at the Whirl was the Science Club with testimony of two other little
a be marily on testimony that he I
provided. Harold Norman, left, and II. A. Bishop Jr., center, and Starke' top priority and is "very, very an-
production entitled ":\ hthood in Flour." The Spanish Club won was not even in Starke at the girls who described: detail.; of a 'I xious" to let the contracts and
City Clerk Carl Johns, right.
second place with "Night after Homecoming," and the Sophomore Second Member time the little girl claimed the similar incident which took place ---- begin work.

Class took third with''Cid Ella." A bonfire and offense took place. He was represented the same evening. the
place or huge pep Powers To SpeakAt But the problem facing
rally followed the skits! and other activities enjoyed hy the homecomtumhig Of by attorneys Ira Carter The!'. girls "also identified Chevrolet Agency County is that it has the respon-

crowd included a parade, spaghetti supper and dance. Holdup Pair and James Wershow, of Gaines- Wester as the man who committed C of C Banquet sibility for acquiring the right-of-

the %offense. way and no money with which to

Pay Called Inadequate Pleads GuiltyCircuit ville.The time element was an im- Assistant State Attorney Changes HandsDetails do it. Powers Informed the Com

portant factor in the acquittal, Mack S. Futch, basing the state's missioners Monday that the plan

Judge George L. Patten with the girl testifying that the case on the positiveness of the of the purchase of Rat- for borrowing the money from the
last Friday ordered a pre-sentence episode took place between 6:05: girls in their identification of State Road Board which the Commissioners
G. E.
liff Chevrolet
Company by
Police Request For Raise Is DeniedStarke investigation for Wallace B. Gray, and 6:15: on Sunday evening, Wester, brought out testimonythat Snow of Orlando were completedthis had requested' could
22, who pleaded to the complainant had not be granted."It .
guilty participating Aug. 25. She was positive about picked i week, with the dealership .*> -
the proposition
in the robbery of the, Imperial the time, she said, because she Wester out of a lineup at the i. franchise actually changing handson .: I comes down to
policemen Tuesday night 1 I Thus the situation was handed I Service Station on U. S. had looked at the clock immed- jail and had zpotted him in his Monday.! Y that if we don't get the

asked the City Council for a: back to Mayor W. T. Jackson SOI north of Starke on Oct. 26. iately before leaving a friend's car on the street before the ar right-of-way, we won't get the
I![along with the understanding that Gray of Jacksonville, and Cordon The new owner of the Chevrolet road," Guy Andrews, Chamber of
''blanket pay raise, but were turned -'I house to go home at 6:05: p.: m. here has been prominent -
t commented.
if he recommended all of the men L. Parker, 31, of Gainesville, rest.The agency 3 Commerce chairman,
down on the grounds that no Witnesses for Wester, how- girl's father testified that in Florida business circles for ; Andrews named chairman of
for merit raises at the present had been charged with stealing was
provision had been made in the time, no money would be left for $76 at gunpoint from night man- ever, testified that he was at they had driven around lookingfor many years. A native of Live S'S the U. S. 301 Right-of-Way Com

budget for such an expenditure.The future raises. ager C. R. Howe Their' arrest the trailer park near Lake the offender after the girl Oak, he lived in Jacksonville a mittee which was formed to carry

The took immediate Geneva where he lives as late reported the incident to him, and_ number, of years, where he was the ball on the acquisition of the
5 per cent increase in the mayor no was brought about by the alert
budget which the policemen were action, but argued that the action of a Bradford High football as 6:30.: that she had passed up several connected with Burwell Motor Co. ? property.At .
pOlice-I Wester, 21, taking the standin Later he had the.Chevrolet,. deal Monday, this
and white the
asking for was not intended for men are entitled to a I player returning from a gamein red: cars as. wrong : N ii fir: the meeting
his defense, testified that he before ershipat, River'Junction,' and was will be presented to the
general increase but for merit crease'regardless! Cmerit. taking down their license num ones pointing out Wester. problem
; raises to those men recommendedby Considering the fact that the left the trailer park between Wester's testimony was chal- also well known in this section as ; landowners and they wilt be urged

the mayor and chief of police, policemen work about 59 hours a ber.Parker. had previously pleaded 6:30: and 6:45: driving to Starketo lenged by Sheriff P. D. Reddish, the owner of Snow's Livestock ; to consider the great importance -

the policemen were told by Council week and receive a top pay of guilty and a pre-sentence investi- see a gasoline dealer about a who testifed that at the time of Auction Market in Gainesville. In to the county for an immediate

Chairman T. C. (Cliff) Hazen. only $60, the mayor said, they gation is underway in his case bill he had received.. He said that arrest Wester said he had beenin recent years, Mr. Snow,has resided start to this project and ask-

aye the lowest paid of the city he arrived in Starke about 7 p. town for 45 minutes or an in Orlando,, where he owned to give the, necessary land.' _
also.Gray the Nehi Bottling Co., selling this Earl Powers, Gainesville businessman Monday 'will be
Service SlatedThanksgiving employees. was represented by attor- m. and was in town only 10 hour. The sheriff said Wester, The meeting
"We've got: to have more money ney Zach Douglas of Jacksonville. I minutes before the sheriff's deputies after at first denying seeing the April. and member of the held at 7:30 p.m. in the court-
Associated with Mr. Snow in the room of the Courthouse.
to get and hold good. men," Jackson picked him up. girl, later admitted talking to : State Road Department from
DayThe new dealership here; will be his Invitations have been sent to
continued. Turkey ShootThe I He denied that he committed her but only to ask directions to this di!>trictil1 be speaker -
I son-in-law, Robert: Knight, also all landowners whose addresses
The mayor said that the last I the offense, testifying that he the home of the oil man. formerly of Orlando, : at the annual banquet in the could be obtained and Andrews
Thanksgiving Day Church ,three men who quit the police department Bradford High School Senior did not even see the little .girl Testimony of several defense 4 Methodist recreation hall Thurs-
service I : Mr. and Mrs. Knight and their urged all others to attend any
sponsored Starke
by resigned because they I I Class will sponsor a turkey during the time he was in town. witnesses placed Wester at his 21 7
Ministerial Association will be four year old son, Robbie, are residing day night at p. m. citizens interested In the widening
were not receiving enough money shoot at the Perry Kite farm on The girl, steadfast in her home until 6:30 on the day the at 1207 Drive in
Blanding Since of of .
conducted at the First appraisal propertyfor project.
Presbyterian to live on. Saturday. Nov. 23, starting 8 identification of Wester as the incident 'took .
Church at 10 amth the I I place.A Saratoga Heights.* Mr, and Mrs. rights-of-way purposes! for "The future of U. S. 301 Is at
In other personnel matters, the a.m. and continuing until all of man who had accosted her testi-
Gainesville and
Rev. Jack Mabry .bringing the couple, Mr I Snow will also make their homein the four-laning of U. S. 301 stake," Andrews said ,in the Invitation -
Council granted a recommendation the turkeys are won. fied that she was walking north Continued Six I
message. by the Bond Trustees making I ( on Page ) Starke. north in Bradford County has letter. "Your, full cooperation

The service will emphasize the I George :Macarages the working I Defeats Santa Fe 39 19 just been completed, Powers will and support Is peeded.
Powers, accompanied by
Thanksgiving to Christmas Bible superintendent of electrical dis- i Ii", likely discuss road matters of
J James Brewer and district
reading campaign to be sponsored tribution and sewer. lift station I vital concern to Bradford Countyin
L. O. Hazen
''by the Ministerial Associationin maintenance. his appearance here. right-of-way agent
cooperation with the American I. The Council also increased the I presented the group with 292

Bibl6 Special Society.music will be providedfor I Hicks authority giving of Street him responsibilityover Supt. S. R..I BHS Sparkles In Homecoming Win I Co. C Undergoes deeds that the the which right-of-way appraisals have been on land the preparedon and property said

the service by the choir of the the garbage department as
host church and the offeringwill well as the street department. In I \ ByIark: Moore all the way to the goal. Charles At this point Noegel fumbled and 126.The Annual InspectionNational and all of the plans prepara-

go to the Hope Haven Hospitalfor recognition of his added duties Noegel covered 18 yards and'Bob the Rebels recovered. The Rebels Tornadoes were fast in tory to construction have been

Crippled Children. the Council increased' the salaryof Homecoming Queen Elissa Stef- Taccia, who covered 30 yards on decided to take advantage of the striking again when on their sec- Guard Co. C Of Starke completed.The .

Rev. W. S. Hicks. anelli and her court with about I I the drive, also covered the last fumble and as the second quarter ond down the Rebels fumbled underwent its annual "IG" inspec- total appraisal value was
McAhley will
pre- 22 yards for the first TD of the began they"were on Starke's 9 and the Tornadoes recovered. set at about $450,000 but Is con-
side at the service and Bible read I In separate action, the Council 1800 students, grads and dads tion Thursday night with Maj.
ing guides will be distributed. also granted an" increase in salaryto witnessed the Tornadoes' windupof game. Calvin Pace tried for the yard line. On the fourth down During eight downs the Torna- Richard F. Bubb of the "IG': section sidered of little importance
Power Supt. Riley Wasdin, but two days of homecoming festivities extra point but failed and the with eight yards to go, Tracy Im- does drove 29 yards to the Santa of 3rd Army Headquarters view of the financial situation.

made the stipulation that the with a great victory over score remained 6-0. ler was successful in getting a Fe goal with Charles Noegel heading the inspection team. Members of the Right-of-Way

Prices Higher superintendents would be on dutyat I the Santa Fe Rebels. The Torna- The Rebels received the 'ball on I pass to Sunny Whitlock who raced plunging across the last yard for The officers Committee, will take the deeds

At Pecan SaleThe all time and would not receive does, who were on the long end their 33 yard line and pushed into pay dirt. The try for extra the third TD for the Tornadoes. inspecting informed and call on the Individual property

ceive overtime pay. of a 39-19 score, were well pleased down to the Tornadoes 43 yard I point was no good and the score The conversion failed again so the Capt. Randal Chitty, Co. Com- owners In a bid to get themto

I A request from Hicks for a 40 with the event. line, but on the second down with was tied at 6-6. score was 18-6. mander, that it will probably be give the land.
second auction sale four five weeks before
or official
will ask that on-
hour week for men in his depart- Starke's big Gary Bennett start 8 yards to go for a first down The Tornadoes were not willing The Rebels must not have been The committee
of the season was held last ments, instead of the present 44, ed the game by kicking off to. Wilbur Barry rushed in fast and to let the score remain tied for I told about Rudolph Hutcheson, be-i I word,will be received concerning ly the land itself be given and
Thursday at the Starke I the: rating which will result from which
StateFarmers' with forms
will be
was held by the Council for fur- Tracy Imler who had trouble get- tackled Dennis Emmerson seven long at the homecoming game so cause Willingham happened to get the equipped
Market with prices on ther study. ting his hands on 'the ball and yards behind scrimmage. The after the kick they began a 54 a pass into Rudolph's territoryand inspection. the landowner can sign agreeingto

good quality nuts climbing higher was brought down at Santa Fe's Santa Fe boys were unable to recover yard drive that ended when Bob as usual he intercepted it. Maj. Bubb indicated that the a price on the Improvementson -

than first week figures. 2 yard line. The Rebels were held from this setback and had Taccia raced across the last 15 The first half ended then so the company looked very good in com- the property, as set by the appraisal

Total volume handled during Tornadoes Wear to a 1 yard gain and had to kick[to kick from the 50 yard line. yards for Starke's second touch- Tornadoes were unable to take parison With other units which he an amount to be, paid

the sale was 6,578 pound Shaky CrownWith out from their 3 yard line. The Aided' by a 15 yard gain by down. When Noegel tried) to run advantage of the interception. had inspected, but would not com- when the money becomes avail-

Average prices tor the various Tornadoes received the ball on Gary Bennett the Tornadoes came the extra point he met strong Charles Noegel received the ball ment on the' rating that could, be able.The

varieties were: the victory last Fri- Sante Fe's 48 yard line and moved I from their 8 to their 31 yard line.I opposition and the score remained I (Continued on Page Five) expected. four-laning project will require

day night over Santa Fe- the Maj. Hugh B. Ingram Jr.. a that the right-of-way be
Swdings, 21.7 cents; Curtis, increased from approximately 42
Bradford High Tornadoeswon member of the Headquarters Staff
13tonC'ymakprs; 27; Un- a shaky hold on the of the 748th Armored Ordnance feet to about 152 feet within the

known 28 1-2; Mix, 30 2-3; Stuart Keystone Conference Cham- Batallion, was present forthe in- city limits of Starke (from the
33 6-10; Randells 3112 point Temple Avenue narrows to
; pionship. spection and stated that in his
Presidents 41 1-2; Frochers, 40- I Head Coach Lennard Reg- opinion about the only thing that the Farmers Market) and from

1-2; Bradley 36 12. ister this week cautioned, could keep the company from re- 66 feet on the greater part of the

however, that the crown is ceiving a, "superior" rating wouldbe highway outside of the city to 172

Lay Leader SpeaksAt too indecisive to launch into -, the low enlisted strength. The feet
From Starke to Lawtey the
any victory celebrationat present enlisted strength is 87
Methodist SupperMaxie the present. while the authorized strength is new lane will be constructed gen-
"Nothing will be official e. erally on the east side of the present
Lowe. lane and from Lawtey to the
Methodist lay until the winner is announced -
t 124.Tax
leader from Dunnellon, was guest in December," the coach 81 t ;, 9 CollectionsOff county line will be built, on the
?rS7vat 1SllJ'lf'r west side of the present lane.
meeting of ,. r ., S
MMhMist said.He J. krJ On the side of the present lane
Men's Fellowship stressed! that the Tor- ',' ; \ To Good StartTax
held Monday evening in the ., t" (Continued on Page Six)
hall recreation nadoes still need a victoryover ? .R L;' e' F -
With Thanksgiving Green Cove tonight ",, Collector J. R. Kelly said
as his theme, .
the speaker brought (Friday) to make it ab this week that collections on the
an inspirational CORRESPONDENTS.
message In keeping solutely certain that the .t't 1957 $234,939.54 tax roll are Off .
with the
to season. He was accompanied flag will be brought to to a good start during the first Due to the Thanksgiving holiday

Corbett chairman Starke b James Bradford County. month of collections., on Thursday, Nov. 28 The

of the Dunnellon of they board The coach pointed out that I Persons paying their taxes in Telegraph will be printed on Wed

Church. Fernandina has a chance of 4. ,November will be entitled to a 4 nesday, one day earlier than usual

Preceding the speaker, a music- challenging Bradford's pos- per cent discount Kelly reminded Correspondents and other con

al program was presented by four ition if they should win J taxpayer In December, the discount tributors of church or club itemsare

young people of the church Mara against Bolles tonight and will be 3 per cent, in Jan- asked to get their news to us
Payne Marcia Miller, lose. In this eventit ,# 2 cent and in
Archie uary per February not later than Monday afternoonor
'Green, and Harold T ..... ... I
'Us. Group would leave both teams 1 per cent. early Tuesday morning at the

singing was led by G. T. Hugg ns, with a 4-1 record and weaken --- No discount will be allowed in1March latest. Items received after that
# with Mrs. L. J. Green at the piai Tornadoes' position. and those I
< paying after time cannot be until the
j printed
no. Bob Taccia ((17)) Races for the First TD Early in First Quarter April 1 will be assessed penalties.' following week.



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NOTICE OF TE\'TIOY! TO "''' '' '!'"''''''' ":v : "\""- '
I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT''TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.TTT TY REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME ...2l........o't...;...... .. ....' ..-. -. --".>. .. .. .. ,. ,. 'tf ). -M" '- 1t: : ,- .
editorial Notice is hereby given that the
Farmer's Diary undersigned under the provisionsof 1
Chapter 20.953, Laws of Florida. .
T -1941, will with the .
Acts of register
ft TV "5T **
'BY Sam McGaroy Clerk of the Circuit Court in and : :yOU GET A I rJR ..
for Bradford County, Florida upon :1
A Good Lead To Follow .. _
receipt of proqf of publication of I
and turn brown 4 it is this notice the fictitious name of a m
J & J Building Supplies (successorto 3 BIG
The: recent barbecue at Brooker, -celebrating a picture to see a nice green field, Quigley & Davis), under which
decision to the State Farmers Market of oats wheat. I am engaged in business at 301
operate rye or East Call St., Starke, Florida. ""
there on an auction system this'coming season St.Joseph. Starke D,,Fla.sole Warren. 321 owner.X. Myrtle THER'

!sheds encouraging light on an otherwise dismal Egg prices are. good now .and Dated this 15th day of NovemberA.D.

picture in the field of, farm marketing. the people in the business who County., 1957 Florida.at Starke Bradford ...... ,

Admittedly, the auction market will not solve are making getting some any badly production needed mo-are 11/15 4t 12/6 -,. -,. -- ,,., .." :ii .-': .....,": \':i:: '::/ ......:.. ... .

all of the farmer's problems in connection with #' ..1 1
ney. Most farm flocks have just NOTICE TO APPEAR

selling his produce, but it appears to us a longs That was a real heat wAve we about quit laying, though, and I.Florida Ctrenlt i la Court.Ckaacery.Roger Bradford. C...ty, -- i'/i..nf"-.'

p in the, right direction when the farmers of had last week. We knew it was when they start up again in the Allen Tunnell, Plaintiff, vs. .. BETTER
there will be lots of Linda K.' Tunnell, Defendant.
an area get together on their own initiative and unseasonably warm, but when spring eggs Case No. 12-436
of that should around and prices will be down ftotlee To Appear
agree to adopt a system selling we hear the temperature an .
again. To: Linda K. Tunnell whose residence -
if adhered to, work for the ultimate benefit of nounced as 90, we knew it was and address is: Unknown. .,1 ,1 'U "

all. hot! Saw some roses in bud on *- 9 suit You for are Divorce Uoieuy uoUiico uiat a t : i Electricity,, farmwj'j

that farmers i in the Starke Sunday. Saw quite a sight over in Ba- has! been filed against 'you In the 't 1 hard-working, "wire4
It to
occurs us area ker County a while ago. We above named Court and cause and
might take a tip from their Brboker brothers, werf out in the woods, traveling '_,u'are required to serve a copy oC: hand,"cuts waste,savttl
Met Luther HiUiard who just ,our answer or pleading to the com- .
and see if a series of grower-sponsored meetings new- truck along on a grassy, road., when plaint on the pfaintlff's Attorney ii e 7 sr. time, helps you d<>_mow
himself a 1-ton .
T. Boone 301 Florida
would- not be as productive in one area' as it wail and he said that his planting of all of a sudden Some turkey gob-" Arthur Theater Puilding, Jacksonville 2, I'll' work better Put Reddjr I
in the' other. Any plan of operating a' market bers ran in front of us: First' Florida,' t Kilowatt, work- all!
60,000, Florida 90 berries is com- and file the original In the office of t. $0 .
must, have the 'wholehearted cooperation of the ing along fine. He said that we'd ever seen in the wild state. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or \ M around the farm allthrough

farmers themselves if'it is to J be) successful. fumigation of the soil has helpedthe before 9 day the of December' ,' 1957; : q w -, z \ the yeay j4U,.,.
Therefore, it'would .helpful to' know just what plants a great deal. Living on US 301 we see just Otherwise the allegations of Bald I' "
Complaint will be taken ai eon 3 and watch production
the farmers themselves want, ahd, if it is at all about everything imagin- fessed by you.. REDDTpowATT I ? J
able go by here. Last week, we This notice shall be punnshed and profits climb! --
feasible, the. state marketing officials will undoubtedly Another berry grower who is were amazed once each week for four consecutive )
The a booster for "gassing the land"is to see an enormous weeks in the Bradford' County Tele-. .
) gd. along with it. best way,to de- van r.t.op.out in front, carryinga grapb. 1 .>
terrine what the farmers want would be for Carl (Bub) Carter of Lawtey. big sign "Biggest Talking Elephant Dated this 5 day of Nov.,-1957. IT
Doug Jones said that he and (.OFFICIAL, SEAL) Charles A.Darby aA
them to take the initiative, as they did at Brooker root In the World. We went Clerk of the'Crreut Court /2 \

hold a series of meetings at which they air Bub growth were of the examining plants and the that it out, as we were curious, and _By Marian L. Crosby 11/8 leputy 4t Clerk 11/29 ; /y

well constructive when we got near the van, we *
their grievances, as as sugges- beats anything seen for a long BETTER
tions, and come up with a proposed plan of opera- time. It may well be that the heard a deep, rumbling voice,
tion that will best serve their interests.It growers have overcome- one of which of course must have belonged NOTICE TO APPEARIB
tQ ttje elephant It said: Circuit Court Bradford ConntTt'
would .seem that the time is ripe for the the troubles of berry growing a- "Boys, this is rough riding on Florida; IB Chaaeery. _
round here, and they are headed Ella Polee Conner, Plaintiff,
farmers:in the area served by the Starke marketto this road, or have you been cut- vs. r Electricity turns housekeeping. }
for a good old-timey season. Cecil Clifford Conner, Defendant.
take the same step as thosein the Brookerarea .r ting across country! Let me out Case No. 10-494 chores, to homemaking cheers :"$ .

have taken..The time is ripe for a group of of the weather again :- and walk in the ditch where it Notice To Appear in kitchen i laundry, hath d.' -
farmers themselves to take the initiative in recommending Speaking is'niCe.. and level!" To: Ella P. Bolee Conner, whose in home.- ,,,.
that was a good shower we residence is: 4S7 West LaClede everywhere your = ,
a change in thE! system' of operatingthe had last week, but moat farmers' !.' Circuit Court, Bradford; County. Avenue, Youngstown, Ohio. Don't endure old-fashioned w" J
Starke State Farmers Market which: has been Florid:' Iu ('Chaiirerr. You/ are hereby notified that a ]
say it enough. Sandra S, Shepherd. Plaintiff vs. suit for modification of final decree methods enjoy modern,
anything but successful in recent years"and we talked to one cattleman this Victor Sf. Shepherd Defendant. has been filed _
reached dismal l low last season. week who said he doesn't want Case No. 13-440 against you m the above, named efficient electric service. The t
a Order.Publication.. and.!Notice To"pp..n"l Court and cause and you are required ;
The time is ripe. Who will accept the challenge any more rain for a while as Slate of Florida Tot to serve a copy of your cost is wonderfully low!
Victor M. Shepherd, -whose resi answer or pleading to the com- iiJ.t
his pasture land is low and it is
I ? dence and address is: 2223 Twenty- plaint on the Plaintiffs. AttorneyCarl ,
wet enough. fifth Street -\kronl Ohio. O. Swanson, 109 Law Exchange t eu.
You are required to appear on Building, Jacksonville 2, ;'\ '

Floyd Wiggins of New River named December Court 16, 1937: In the above and Florida file the original In the office of .' pj!;
: and cause, wherein the Clerk of the Circuit Court ...
This Concerns Y-O-U plaintiff seeks on i ;
section mid he is feeding out of minor child.Bradford .divorce and support or before the 9 day of December,.
about 200 head of cattle, and 1957; otherwise the allegations of Form better Live better .
County Telegraph
shall sl id. Compaint will be taken
We hope that. all of our readers have been following expects to have them ready some publish this Order In next four confessed by you as C
time around the middle of Janu- weekly issues. This notice shall he publishedonce .
the series of personal messages from local Witness my hand and off.clal each week for four consecutive "-
ary. seal at Starke. Florida, this November weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
merchants appearing in the paper each week, e sTalked 7.1957OFFICIAL. graph., .
beamed in the direction of and in this ( SEAL,) Dated this 31 ,day of October, FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
present prospective to a cattleman Charles A. Darby, 1957. .' ,
area who said he is thinking of A? Clerk of said Court. (OFFICIAL SEAL) ,
Christmas shoppers.The Bv Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk ",Charles. A. Darby. FARM BETTE
going back to the old Brahman Chas. R. Hess 204 I
Guaranty Life Clerk of the Circuit Court.
underlying theme of these messages is strain again. He claimed that ?"IIdln/, Jacksonville 2, Florida. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk ll"r"lt \

how you can benefit yourself and your community the big old "hump-backs" rais.e Plf. 11/15 4t. .12'6. 11/8 4t 11/29 ..
by doing your Christmas shopping at home bigger calves, have more resist- ;} \ "

this year. fIt ance to heat and insects and .' -: -- '':'' > :
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have other advantages.When ,' : "
is not enough to "trade at home" mere
say '
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ly because in doing so you will fill the cash questioned about them ( -.. '

register of our local merchants. Each of us is being wild, he told of a man who YOU'RE INVITED. .

human and we are all more or less motivated by bought, a Brahman bull that was -.:-., ',. j, :.-. -
so tame he could be led around ,
old-fashioned selfish interests. When we buy -

something, we want the most value for our mon- with a halter. However, when, ...' ......_", !O ,
: :! he went on."wi.Yi he story, it IH1I# P ,8.114t .r- r- .
3 i.
rchandis? ? as
Yy7 we want} % ta tie represented turned out that the bull later .,.
; and we want good service and appreciationof put the man in a hospita witha "f"J\. ( c. '1. .

our patronage. We feel that we have a rightto broken hip, and that the man : :

spend of our these money! factors.where We find the best combination is badly crippled. i as e a result. ,: : to'walkar Uhd'TheBigM'.slam; ; the :: >

The of this Christmas seriesis Another cattleman who has' a '
object shopping -;
herd of purebred Brahmas said
to point out' that can find all these thingsat : Q .
you <
the thi'ig he doesn't like about

home, and that, in addition, you will benefitpersonally"by them, aside from the fact that t ; doors r Q look under the hood "

} doing your trading here. they ate more difficult to doc- _

Of- course, there are other plus benefits. When tor or handle, is that in his experience ,\ ,......-.,... ,,-
shop at home also help build local they do not bring'a calf 5:
you you our .

businesses which directly and indirectly have a each year.When ,/: climb in the trunk jounce on the ,

stimulating effect on the schools, churches, soc- t::::) C:=: .... ..' ,\ '
ial and fraternal organizations. Money is the- life you travel around the -;'.. : .' p : ,;it.g. -..
country at this time of the year, (
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blood that makes a community and the :
grow, with pastures starting to die offSELECT : )0 'i "
more that'is in circulation, the faster the growth. ,' seats i7 run up the windows 7\ : ,,

Then too, a busy, thriving community is the ; \, I ,."; ,.':"i' ,
ideal choice' of industry. Concerns looking' for a \ ---.;::::: J ,,I.J 't '.i -

place to locate are attracted to a town with a r

good, community spirit, reflected by a healthy -"" ,-V ,; start the engine drive around ,-F/;FL : ;: .
volume of local business. : ,.,; .. -, _. '. ,... ..' :' C" ,' .
But there are added, indirect benefits. The ,, ) I, I {c.-K'Il.1" ". -
primary benefit of trading at home is that :' '. ": # J' .-,:,
shop- : <
: :
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pers can save time and money in travel, obtain YOUR '. town .really get to know '. .c '.

good merchandise at fair prices, and receive fair ,, \',", ; '?"'== v ,. ", !-:';:-' '-'- "t'..., ,-!
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appreciate and courteous you do the your business.If treatment Christmas. from shopping merchants at home who, OWNREPAYMENT: :, : the first car to bring you Sports-Car Spirit >.:-:. }-I[ri rir Yi'r t: J\

the one who will benefit most, in the 'long-" run, J ,: -.; ,
is'YOU! .' ('-I.- ':'",'--t'<"' ",,:.r.t-mS '

< ,, 'with -Limousine Ride. Mercury '58. ,, : ,. \: '; ?

VWiere'//WePut'Eni// ? : .

PLAN : :,. ;J' .- ; firl
Announcement of the possibility that around -

twenty new families might be brought to Starkein

connection with the natural gas pipe line to be ON /'cr

completed in 1958 should be a source of concern .f' -

as well as encouragement. ;;.,
If twenty new families with a reasonably high ,

standard of living should move into the community LOANS.

today, could they find housing in keeping with w.. Y

the standard of living to which they have been x _
accustomed? The answer is obviously no. _
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Fresh in the memory of Starke is the unfor- UR TOJ$6ffOl

tunate circumstance of several years ago when 1

employees connected with .
a new industry began 1-_ x
looking for desirable housing in Starke but
.. .
without success. Most of these new families consequently ) ..... "
located in other nearby towns and _---T-

much of a population boost that would naturally LMDA -' "

have come to Starke if we had had the housing '. .'_ 0-

to offer, was lost to our ''
NEW"BEAUTY, :, }RIDE I ,, VALUEThe :Big 'sbold, ,, dramatic -- .:\" -: -

do. not want that to happen again. As soon 'Folks Find Us Friendly" desighris the beautiful ,way. ,to escape .from, the ordinary. The 1958 MERCURYSPORTSCAR ';. f. .:.:

as it is determined just how many new families Bi''hi'117de. _is smooth._ ',) ... and< silent- _,et H it_handles'J.like :a sports >>; c-,
will actually be brought here in connection with carl more for the" th featureslike .
LOALLFiIANCOMPANY! CEli Mercury: ,gives.you money \? new -J _.
the new'gas industry, every effort should be madeto 1 ; 'self-adjusting>brakes, entirely new Marauder V-S engines THIIUG SPIRIT

'see 'that there are attractive houses waiting (up' i'to 360' hp) and, optional Speed-limit .Safety' ,Monitor. M -=n_
for them when they arrive.THE'BRADI'ORb'CoUNiY\ Come uVjounce'on lm.seatsandscamthedoors_.wedloveit. WITH LIMOUSINE RIDE

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itEST i ( -WEEKLY CONTINO"6LY NEWS : 1'le IftlrR. ;

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minimum 12 hour watch: munity Church will meet on on Lake; Geneva. ler. !

H TTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTKEYSTONE Mrs. Lydia .Hurley,, active in Monday evening at 6:30 in the Visiting Rev.- and, ,Mrs.' J. Rus- All of said property being: in the. .
County of Bradford. State of Fla.Unless
the Keystone Heights'GOC., was educational for their
building such certificate certificates
HIGHLIGHTS sell Youngon Sunday for church or -
present with Sgt. Clements. CoL supper'meeting.. Don Pangborn, shall be redeemed according
John McDowall is head of our and dinner were Mr. and Mrs. to law the property described in ( AMONG THE OTHER
president promises a good pro- such certificate or certificates will (po
By sirs J. Russell Young local GOC, and volunteers were gram. Visitors in the commun- William Catlin- Sr, of Mandarin, .be sold to the highest bidder at the

: .aaaau.uaaJlll/11//11111LIllllluaa.u.auaull I' asked to contact C. J. Haber- ity .are cordially invited. Reservations i and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Potter- day court in house Month door of on December the first Mon-1957 THM69WEGIVE.THANKS .
r stroh. may be made with :Mr. field of Jacksonville., which is the 2 day, of Dec.. 1957.
. Woman's Club Dated this 29 day of Oct.. 1957. FOR
the excellent retaliatory force we Plans were completed at the Mrs. Richard Hackman and
f duringthe Pangborn 'by phone or (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby
The Woman's Club of Keystone have has been an important fac- business: session for the din- Keystone Heights Lumber Co. little daughter Carrie Elizabeth, Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford 4'
the club- County, Florida. THE HOMES
met at '
Heights '
tor in the maintenance of such ner and bazaar, which was held New Minister are how at home In Keystone.
4t %!
house Nov. 12, for 11/1 11/
on Tuesday that on Saturday. Over 160 dinners 'I The Rev.. Allan Batt, recently Carrie Elizabeth was born Mon- WHICH
"peace" as we have. Stating /A/
A featureof t
a business meeting. were served and good results from Australia is now serving day, Nov..il,,Jn Gainesville. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

the meeting was the talk by radar could not supply all the were reported from' the chair St. Anne's Episcopal Church and Mr. and Mrev> William S. Terry See.TAX 194.16.DEED F.S. lA WE LIVE

.0. Sgt Clements of the Ground warning necessary for our safe- men of the various booths. The the Episcopal Church in Inter- have moved to Keystone Heights Alderman Notice is the hereby holder given of the that followIng T. 1.- \

Observer Corps, urging everyone ty he called for volunteers to left-over articles from the hand- lachen. Mr. Batt, with his family from Columbus, Ohio. .Mr. Terry certificates has filed said cer-
is tificates for a tax doed to be issued F
.to participate *n this vital pro- give a little time eaeh week in work booth are to be displayedat is making .his home in Inter- connected with a bank in thereon. The certificate numbers
obtain the the program meeting of the' lachen. Starke. This past weekend they and years of issuance the descrip- fe THANKSGIVING
' gram. Sgt. Clements, stated that order that we may visited Mr. tion of the property and the namesin .
Nov. 26 and will be Terry's '
on on The brother.
Annual Parrish Dinner, which it was assessed are as fol- :. :
sale then. :Mrs. Bert Christoffers held on Wednesday Nov. 20, James Terry; in Macon, Ga.XOTICE lows: .- ---_.. - '
Certificate Xo. 44; Year' of.. Issu- .... k
Sr. and Mrs. G. E. Wiggins were welcomed Mr. Batt and his fam- I ance 1953. oUxKTMDIWwK

hostesses! for the tea hour following ily ,to the parish. OF APPLICATION FOR Description of Property Lot I 6; &: ,
TAX DEED War of Lot 5 of Blk 1 Dowling -
the business meeting. CAP Turkey Shoot See. 194.16. F.!'. S/W Sec 28 T ft S R 22 E.
Mrs. Virginia Grazier Public Notice Is hereby Name In 'which assessed: Boward.
The Civil Air Patrol will holda given that T. 3.
Librarian i 1'Gainesville, will be Turkey Shoot back of the Key- certifIcates thr holder has of filed the saId following Abridge.All of said proper** lng In the, kRKtt
speaker at the program meetingon stone Lumber Co. on Saturday Issued certificates for a tax deed to be County of Bradford State of Fla. %j
thereon. Unless
The such certificate or certificates
#fftirlI\l Kov... 26. This meeting will Nov.. 23, beginning at-1 p. m. numbers and years of issuance certificate,the shall be redeemed accord-
% begin at 1 p. m.: with a 'covered Proceeds from this event will go names description In/ of the property and the ing to law the property describedin SUPPLIES
which It such certificate or certificates 'VBUILDERS
l lG lI dish luncheon. toward reconditioning the plane as follower was assessed are will be sold to the highest bidder' I
CHURCH NEWS used by the Patrol The CAP f.a ia! 1 1953.Certificate No: 54; Year of Issuance at the court house door on the first 4S&333
Monday In' Month of December,
I Baptist! i vital asset to the community. It Description E of of Property: Com 210 1957, which is the 2 day of December .- :
The Baptist congregation Let's support this event NW eor of NW of NE 1957.
and :
Run S 210 ft E Dater this 29 day of October,
heard Rev. J. R. Smith of Candidates For Election N 210 tt W 420 ft' 1957.

Boston, Ga. He and hU wife were I The following petitions for town' See.Name 5 In 1' 7 81 R.n 420 tt E.to. Pt of Beg Clerk(Official of Seal Circuit) Charles Court of A.Bradford Darby ..., .. .
a. Keystone Heights visitors over offices were accepted by the. which assessed: Susie :Mtl :I County Florida. 11/1 4t 11/22 =- .,---=:::- ",

I / I the weekend.. staving at the Villa I Keystone ,Heights Council at: R
II Ij Plumosa their meeting on Thursday, Nov.I t :;--- -

j I The ,Women's Missionary Union 14: for Mayor Hon. M. L. Beas-

: -! met at the 'church on Tuesday ley; for Tax Collector, Mrs Sara I Selected
Specially Specially Priced!
Nov. 12, at ten o'clock. Circles McDonald; for Tax :Assessor,
were reorganized into two Thomas B. Millican; Councilmen

daytime circles with Mrs. Fred for two years, H. L. Ownby, G.

RCA Victor Dalton.tow-prked table Mulling and Mrs. Fred Ellis cochairmen E. Wiggins, F. S.. Dodd. To fill

TV with !'Lean and Clean" styling that of one. circle and Mrs.J. the unexpired term of one yearof TURKEY ,

saves you space. New, "Mirror-Shorp" D. Payton chairman of. the W. B. Belote, resigned, C. E.
ether. A will be providedat Mitchell. .W:
picture-262 sq. in. of viewable area."HighSharpandEasy" .
tuning with new"OneTouch" the church when these circles The election will take place on
1-. off control. meet on the first Monday of each Tuesday, Dec. 3. "Get out the
on- Improved month. vote!" ..._ ,GRADE "A" FROZEN DRESSED & DRAWN TENDER
_, Balanced Fidelity Sound. Powerful new .
The WMU program on Tues Scouts Win Awards
super chassis.Ebony;mahogany grainedor
limed oak grained finishes. extra. day was led by program'chair- Bob Jackson and Tommy Serve' With Ocean Spray C
211820 Series. man Mrs. Roy Chasteen. Taking Thompson: won their First Class ,i TOMS c HENS

part on the program entitled. Awards at the meeting of Troop CRANBERRYSAUCE
Three Knocks in the Night, 105 on Wednesday night. The -

21" ONLY 189A .95 were: Mm. John Camp, Mrs. troop is still busy on the project 14 to 20 IbAverage 10 to 14 Ib

Stella Stanley, and Mrs. C. C. of' painting the cabin. Progress ..
Ashley. Closing! prayers were led has been made but there is still Average

by Mrs. Cubley and Mrs. Wolf. work to do. 303
The president, Mrs. T. S. Ogles- J. C.. DetweOer Passes can 19C LB \ LB .5

TV by presided. John C. Detweiler until re- ,
ServiceAll Intermediate Youth enjoyed a cently a Keystone resident, died

masquerade'party, in the educational early Friday morning in a Jack- .
rooms of the church on sonville hospital. Mr. Detweilerand Frozen' Dressed and Drawn Large SuAer RIghtS "
Saturday evening, Nov. 16. Mrs. his wife and family had en-
C".T Parker was chairman for the deared themselves to their .
Work Guaranteed Free Estimates event. Costume prizes were won friends in Keystone Heights. HENS &de'Ait 390 HAMSfully cooked Ib 49c.

Fully Equipped ... Dependable by the following: Tommy Jones, They recently moved to their
Charles Ellis, Catherine ,,Parker, home in Jacksonville due to Mr.

Bessie Ridenour. Games and! refreshments Detweiler's having to be hospitalized .
All Makes and ModelsSHEPHERD'S -
'were enjoyed'.by, 28 ,, there. Mr. Detweiler's illness

'young. ..people. had extended' over a period of Swifts. :Premium Boneless Cooked Canned "Su p er-RIght Small Pork .
: A number ,of the members of years..,but his courage and strong
RADIO & TV the WMU attended 'a Mission will kept him at his work with

Study, session'at the Melrose Humphreys Gold Corporation until HAMS 5 -po od can -.99 SPARERIBS pound 39c
!, recently. He
INMAND. GREEN; Owner Baptist Church on, Thursday was a memberof
% evening: The book, "Continent in the American Institute of
!TV'Radio. --. Seat Covers .-;. Upholstering. Commotion was reviewed by Mining,, Engineers and had been
Mrs. Brothers who has been a with the Trail Ridge Plant .from
Phone 239 Starke, Fla. .. ...,. ,
missionary, j serving:: in'' ,ierla. beginning : ...' '''t..- .--: Jane Parker Light ,41
Community ChnrcH"W!: He is survived by his widow, .A REAL BUY I4 \ ,

The Men's Club of the Com- Mrs. Agnes V. Detweiler, a .. .., ) :
-' I : .. <..,'I'.5.. .; FRUITCAKE
daughter, Mrs. George' Jeffers. ..' f
of West- Palm Beach- ; a" son, J I" / ;0"" ::A f6' '. ))7:2c: :
John S. Detweiler of Leesburg 1 If J 1; tP.Y.
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one sister Mrs. Hallie Mae Vin- alzecra wa".. ': frY' 1 r ; .o
cent, Salt Lake City; and four LARG I" 1 = >I' r ', 1y
grandchildren.The : S "lb / r

funeral service waa held Pumpkin Pie 39

s Saturday, Nov. 16, at 3 p. m. 1

at Kyle's Funeral Home in Jack .
sonville. Ministers conductinf the ,
service, were the Rev. Robert

Gisler of Snyder Memorial RED DELICIOUS LB.

Church, Mr. Detweiler's former
the Rev
pastor and J. Russell

t Young of the Community Church 1 ,
of Keystone Heights, where he .r. c C:

was member.. Interment was
in Oaklawn Cemetery in Jack-

pnN' t> Arthur'Ray Crawford .

Y Arthur Ray Crawford, brotherof ,:.
Ralph E. Crawford of Keystone -

'' Heights, died in Washing-
Y ion, D. C. on Thursday Nov. 14,
N I after a brief illness. The funeral BANANAS GoldenYellowllbs

;., service was held in Jacksonvilleat TheI
t.Ii the Robert M. Naugle Chapel ; rT.i: ; '_S
evaad.S with interment, Greenlawn I

Cemetery. Crisp:
a IceburgLETTUCE
1Uiam M. WilsonW.

'P. (Coon) Wilson received FRESH EACH

word, on Saturday of the deathof

r' his son, William M. Wilson, 2 hds CSTUFFING
in Orlando: Young Wilson is Coconuts__ 15s'Bread
survived by his wife. Serviceswere I
> l / In charge of Cox and Parkes
*' SI In Winter Park.
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,. .", / extended tV each
", ; of the families who .have sustained -
t : ,
$, a ','. 'u < : ; KeynotesMrs such loss ,recently..

ws. NM <..n. $,. xn Margaret Tracy had as W

... her guests hef brothers, E. H.

Mecklem of Pittsburgh Pa., and: ((1 ..Fanning'a and Butter

t. 1 M. M. Mecklem of .Beaver P .
All .three had returned from a
A.. A: P: 'nti visit to south Florida.. .
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Mr. and Mrs. Roland MacFar- PICKL L E S

lane of Springfield, Mass, and ,
Mrs Alma, Frost of Aurora, EL Jane Parker 23c '

are visitors at Geneva Apart
ments. S
-15ouncejars 39c
Mr. and Mrs. G. E Wiggins '

., have enjoyed the 'visit of their
daughters :Mrs. William Goodloe 11 .. 1
TOO dealers feel about competitors efforts to and Mrs. John D. Neff of Staun- i&p ,
LITTLE,TOO LATE is the way we Dodge ((1
ton, Va.
Mrs.' Allen B.
match the Swept-Wing 58. They lowered the roof somebut; left the sides high..Their and Hedley
her daughter Ellen of Jacksonville
windshields b So much for styling. Then,.for another We reserve the right to limit quantities
got smaller while ours got bigger. Mrs. Hugh Wilson of

important comparison, take.ride.. Here's Dodge with Torsion-Aire suspension that just Lake City Mr. Wiggins' sister t BROCCOLISPEARS

about everybody admits is the greatest advance in sway-free, dip-free, silent going that Mrs Helen 'Treat, of St. Peters .

any car offers. So what do these other cars do They borrow an air suspension'sYstem' burg. ,Mrs. Treat's- son; Julius r 6

that's been used in buses for two years! (Costing well over$100.00 extra.)And most of'em Mathews, Jacksonville spent 1 4 1 4 4 s

p .still don't'have push-button driving-much less Dodge TorqueFlite-the proven automatic Sunday jrith ;the family' here toi 31c
also. oz
2.-10 r Mw 1111 1 a .wN ly l tg01
transmission. If you're a little disappointed in the '58 version of your car, come, '
Mrs. 'H. Cooper : 412
Emery was Call ,Street
in and see our others catching on-but they can't catch up.
on Sept-Win g 58. The are called to Savannah last week due Starke Florida.
lh' k j I ,
Sec Swept ,Wing by Dodge at to the death of Jier cousin, .Mrs. I
Nellie Graham. II

Hardy Brothers Motor:Co. -_ 600 Temple Ave., Starke,"Fla. The N. Watson, 'Hardenbergha II I

.bate moved into their new bbm C I
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r\r.r. FOUR BRADFOltncotJNT'l'TEI.EGIft'ABD.I'LOB1D' : FRIDAY ydvEMBEn 2!, 1957

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: .u H u.- - --d. ": -' Dottie Sue Biggs, David San d ac.r -United OF Professor: Warns Of LeadershipCrjsisIn -..! f Legion To Serve

: In Candlelight Ceremony in St. Augustine Address.At ,Woman's Club Meeting Here 1 Barbecue Supper

Professor 'J.-'''D. Spanier of ,the the'.club will ,be held the first ,
f fc sK
Political Science Department of 1 week in December, Mrs. Jim The Jones Langford White

the University of Florida was Ritch and Mrs. Curtis Malone American Legion Post 56 will holda

3pt guest' speaker' on the International were transferred from the Junior barbecue chicken supper on the

4ja.dys l Mooty ; r Relations program at. the Woman's club to the senior dub Legion grounds Tuesday, Nov. 25,

.. .'.'.'. .'.'.'.'. { 4 St rke' Woman's Club Wednes- :Mrs. L.' C. Smith was voted into ,Bradford County Hospital an- at 6:30 p.m. preceding the regu-
t } the ollowing births:
1, r day afternoon of last' week. the club as a new member. It nounces lar meeting.

Family Honors, I 9b The program was under Mrs. was reported that Mrs. Norman, Mr. and Mrs. James Williamsof All members of Post 56 who
Lawtey; a son, Hank, Nov. 13.Mr. '
Mrs. Carrie Smith I ; H.: B. Peyton, first vice-president, Mrs. Frazier Shaw and Mrs. E. have paid their 1958 dues will be
and Mrs. N. D Thomas of
7 who had as chairman Mrs. J. T. C.' Johns attended the district special guests at the supper and
i t ,Starke, a son, Randall Eugene,
On 80th veterans are in-
Birthday. Cocomise and co-chairman. Mrs. meeting' in Jacksonville last all members and
Nov. 13. .
Clyde Sinclair. Professor Spanier week. vited.
I f Mr. and Mrs. Augustus E. Wilcox -
Sunday Nov. 17, was a Rabb
who teaches a course in American During the social hour, following Food Chairman Harry
of Starke', a daughter, Nancy
orable occasion for Mrs. is free
.Institutions, another in emphasized that supper
Smith when her two sons I American foreign policy and an the program, the mem- Jean, Nov. H. to legion"members, with a 1958

their families, her introductory course in International bers and guests were invited into Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Sax- American Legion' :card servwg as

nieces a r.'ster, and one : politics at the Univer- the, sunroom where coffee and on of Hampton, a daughter, Re- the admission ticket.

in-law-gathered to help her sity; used as his topic- "The Crisis. pumpkin pie were served from becca Joy; Nov. 15. The menu will consist of one-
Mr. and 'Mrs. James Griffis of
brate her eightieth i of American Leadership". tea table. salad baked beans
o a beautifully appointed half chicken,
Graham, a son, David Keith,
Mrs. Morris
He said that the American The table was overlaid with a bread and coffee.
b1y Nov. 15.
her niece, had planned people must share the blame for cutwork cloth and centered
Mr. and Mrs. Owen G. Dixonof
prise party. the U. S. lag in the missiles autumn ar-
program with an elongated
The three-tiered cake Starke, a son, Thomas Andrews Mrs. Mersey Dies;
A : lhat; politically elected rangement of fruits, ,vegetablesand
Nov. 16.
candles and the many P :YM officials reflect the moods of'the pyrancanthe berries. The
tributed to the I Mr. and Mrs. James M. Red- Resident
enjoyment people, and that in this instancethe arrangement was flanked by four I Theressa

occasion. I i Y people have been lulled into single crystal holders with burning dish of Jacksonville, ,twin sons. i

Besides the host and : ,M. e an overly optimistic view of American I. yellow tapers. Presiding at Jim and Tim, Nov. 16. Mrs, Geneva Alford Hersey,
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll IL:0 ki a Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise of
omnipotence. Dr. Mrs. died Friday$ ,
Spanner the silver coffee service was 11. of Theressa.:
there were two other sons et 4 ._ warned, : that the U. S. can- E. A. Hall. Miss Charlene Hardy Lawtey a son, Nov 17. Nov. 15, in Bradford County
,ent, L. A. Smith of Mr. and Mrs. John Earl South-
not maintain the of
necessary provided piano background music Hospital after an illness several
C. Smith of Jacksonville: a balance of power unless its people, during the ,social, hour. erland of Lake Butler, a son, weeks. ..

ter, Mrs. Effie Johns of take} a: more realistic attitude Hostesses for the afternoon Nov. 19. Mrs. Hersey was born June 3,

,Mr. "and Mrs Dorman ; about the harsh facts of inter- were Mrs. J. H. DuPre, chairman 1916 in Sanderson and was the

Auburndale and Mrs. Morris national Jife.Preceding ", Mrs, I. N. Breazeale, Mrs., B. J. Bowden daughter of Mr. and, Mrs. Lewis

son Morris Jrof the program Mr$. Gilbert Newcomb, Mrs. O. L. Alford of Glen St. Mary.
:Mr. and ,Mrs. Oscar '
A. Russell Norman, president, Haynes Mrs. Cula Coran, Mrs. L. Taken Death
By husband
Carl Carter of Lawtey Mrs. Miss "Dpttie Sue Bis -s, daughter of the gown and a tiara of presided over the business meet H. Jennings, Mrs. L. Hillendahl, She is survived by her
nie Carter of Maxville, ) of the late"Dr7 and Mrs. E. matching taffeta. Each one 'car-' ing. It Mrs. Arthur Clyde Hersey, and eight\
was announced that the Mrs. C. A. Knight I
Mrs. J. S., Culbreath of L. Biggs of Starke. and David F. ned a sheaf of talisman roses' annual Ethel Lowell. 'I Benjamin James 'Bowden; 72, children, John Wayne, Donald L.,
supper to raise funds! for McRae and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sandbach, son of :Mr. and -Mrs.: 'and wore' the bride's gift of ear died at his home here last Fri- Elbert I., Doley M., Lancin |ID.,

Lakeland, Mr., and' Mrs.t Wilmer A. Sandbach of West rings' and pin. 'I Engagement Told Garden Club To Study day afternoon following a heart I, and Dwight Oliver Hersey, ,all

port of Virginia, Miss Sue Hartford, Conn., were' united in I The junior bridesmaid's attack. He was born ,in Wales I of Theressa; Clyde DeWitt H.er-

of Illinois, Mi-s 'L. marriage at a candlelight service and that of 'the flower girl gown were Corsage Making, Art on Dec. 6, 1881 and was a re- spy, U. S. Army, Arlington, Va.,

and Vernon Vine of Dade performed at five 'o'clock in the similar to the others except, for tired stationery engineer. He and Mrs. Margaret Brannen,

afternoon on Saturday, November a full gored 'skirt instead of' the The starke Garden Club will was also a former employee of Columbus, Ga.; one brother,

THE; RIGHT POINT for 2, in Trinity Episcopal\; overdraped sheath meet Monday evening at the the post office; in 'Starke. Lloyd Alford, Glen St. Mary, sand

led your favorite ESTER : Church St. Augustine. The Rev. Mrs. 1 t4"K' Parish House at 7:30 o'clock. Besides his wife' Janet Liddle three sisters, Mrs. Blanche Dobson -
Owen W. Griffin, thebride's
way you urite. Come in Charles M. Seymour Jr., rector, Mrs. P. T. Nolin, program Bowden of Starke, ia. one daughter Olustee. )frs. Lula Stewart
'I aunt, wore a _gown of chairman, will have "corsagemakingU and Mrs. Bernice )Ic-
FountaIn performed the ceremony.The I Mrs. Herbert J. Bitter of Orlando, ,
sunset rose chiffon, an''originaldesign all
lovely brunette bride was as her topic, Bloomfield, N. Y.; one son, Char- Milan, West Palm Beach.
Col. Owen W Griffin of St. draped skirt and fitted bo'diceft't ing' the art. Mrs. 'Jessie Young N. J.; and two grandchildren Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock
off with rhinestone trim.. SheworeL sQ will the needed ma.tenaJs''
bring Funeral services Tber-
were held in Church
Augustine.; : Che" \\' ea' gown of in Hope Baptist
This a flowing? stole, matching $ R w a iPq and members are asked to bring i the Presbyterian 'Church
Chantilly lace \\'oen'with. iridescent of essa, of which she was a mem
accessories, and orchid cor- ;, live flowers or dried mate-
thread the full skirt being an any which he was a member, Monday ber. Rev. Merle Packham was
y. ? ry a; rial to make Christmas corsages.Live .
made in tiers. A redingote, sage. afternoon at 3 o'clockith Rev. the officiating minister.

which was worn over the 'gown *Mrs. Sandbach, mother of 'the ,and artificial corsages will W. S. McAliley officiating. Interment Burial was in Hope Cemetery

featured a Queen Ann ;Collar, bridegroom, chose an aqua silk ,be demonstrated. was in Crosby Lake under the direction of DeWittC.

yoke, and long tight sleeves of taffeta gown with fitted' bodice, Hostesses for- the evening will (Cemetery with arrangements in Jones.
lace. The slender rodire ,and combined with peacock. An aqua be Mrs.. F. B. Beard, chairman, charge of DeWitt C. Jones. I Bill
Mrs. R... J. Davis, Mrs. R. A : Active pall bearers were
DO YOUR SHOPPING Active pallbearers
silk stole accessories
overskirt of the redingote were matching Green, and :Mrs. Garl of tissue taffeta the cathedral and an orchid corsage- complemented -. ney McRae, T. A. Yawn, Blake Hall, Tommy Millican D,. J

train being caught up with a her gown. Jackson, Guy Andrews, R. G. Phillips Jr., and Elam Glisson.
bow at the back. Her fingertip: William F. Sandbach of" Weth-. St. Marks Auxiliary Paterson, and W. T. Jackson.

veil of bridal illusion was attached ersfield Conn. was best man for t I ReviewsActivities -

AT HOME to a tiara with iridescent his brother. Ushers were J. r .f .a TI.KI'lFLAT

sequins and seed pearls, and her Leonard Johnson of Babylon\, -N ate; z .! r SJ:. Mark's Auxiliary of the WALL

only ornament was a ,diamond y? Andrew R. Heminway, bro- Episcopal church met Tuesday PAINT
Mr: and Mrs. Roscoe Nickle I .
sunburst heirloom brooch belonging ther-in-law of the groom, Mid- evening in, tbe.Parsih house with

(O.ne of a series! of timely, messages I to her grandmother. The dlebury, Conn.,, Leroy'' Chambers: Carswell' of Homerville, Ga. announce :t:Mrs. P. J. Quattlefcaum presi- 39 'COLORS $.se 2nd GAL.

Donald Stillman, Willard the engagement of their PLUS .
than before bouquet was a cascade of starlight dent, presidipi.
tellingliy; more ever "
1 roses with lilies of the and John Morris, all of St.; Augustine :' daughter, Winnie Merit, to A summary_ of the year's WHITE FREE
this! ChrMmas! should do your chop of'
you ; valley. and Erie -Leslie Biggs, of Thomas Eugene Gray James- activities was given. It was votedto MARY CARTER PAINT STORE

ping at HOME!) jJ The matron of honor was Mrs.G. .I Decatur, Ga. brother of the town. The wedding will take make a contribution!: to the
Jan. 12 in the'Central 214 N. 'V. 13th St. Gainesville, Fla FR 6-7588
J. :McGriff, Jr. of Starke. Pa-|, bride. Camp'W ed fund., :Plans were
Church 'in'' Homer'
tricia Elizabeth Griffin, cousin I Large chrysanthemums were Baptist iIe. made to. send their annual

of the bride, was junior b id placed on either :side'of the Miss ,Carswell is the grand- Christmas gifts to the State

maid. S-1 cross at the altar. Sevenbranched daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Prison,.at hattaho c lee. and to ,

The bridesmaids were candelabra arid'the eucharistic Lance of 'Starke. She graduatedfrom provide a needy family 'with a

Walter' Babcock of Jacksonville, I candles ,completed the, altar ar- !. the Waycross, Ga. High Thanksgiving basket
cousin of the bride Mrs. School and' attended Warren The
AndrewP. rangement. Cathedral candles oneither following delegates were
Heminway, of '}fiddebul'! }'. side of the altar furnisheda Candler School of Nursing in named to attend the annual Dio-
Savannah.' She is employedat
Conn, sister' of ,the groom; and soft light, and .palms'' were. Siou now cese convention held in St. Aug-
Miss Barbara Sue Biggs of Decatur placed at each end of the chancel Honey ustine in January: Mrs. H. A.

.Ga.. niece% of the bride. rail- 'and" ,at the other end of the .Mr. Gray served in the U. S.Army Bishop, Jr. and Mrs. H. H. Mc-

Little Miss Pamela Morris, cou- choir stalls. graduating from Wacona I Condichie with alternates, Miss
High' School in '1952, where he
sin of the groom, was 'flower 4 I Clara Leaman and Mrs. O. L.
The prelude music was furn- received honors"in .
,. i giirL The ring was borne on a many forestry.He Beasley.Mrs. ONE CAN
ished by"Mrs. William M. Hus- is now attending the University -
white satin pillow by Kenneth McCondichie presented a
son, organist of.< Trinity Church, of Georgia OffCampusCenter
Barrett. program on Advent with the
v" r and Mrs. George Tedder; soprano, and is empoyed at 'the
The"matron of honor and the membership participating.The .
Qt'L ke-W ies. The' traditional ACL Shops.
bridesmaids wore, sheath gownsof I hostesses, Mrs. Quattle-
wedding marches were used.
Mayflower rose velvet, featur- baum and Mrs. Edward Burns
Social Club Meets
1 ing the sabrina neckline and a The wedding ceremony was served refreshments ,during the
followed by the celebration of social hour.Churches.
long matching soft taffeta over- I ,
November the
.. 1" r1k- skirt with fitted Holy Communion for the bride The f
f+ ; cummerbundand ,Stare Social Club was held at
i -4 w back flounces. 'Their accessories and groom.. Acolytes service during this St. Edward's parish hall Thurs- To Conduct I
part of the Bill
4it were
were velvet mitts the colorPARK day night, Nov.'1. A short busi-
Wall and Goodwin Seymour. Bible Reading ,Drive
Y ness meeting was held, and plans
After the ceremony a reception ,
were made for the first anniver-
held in : A community Bible reading
the Monaon
wasp sary of the club, which will be
be launched in
rj; c Hotel where refreshments were celebrated at the next meeting, campaign Starke between Thanksgiving and
served. The bride's
cake was
tw aV Thursday, Dec. 5, at the First Christmas by the Starke ministerial OILi
placed on a round table overlaid '
STARKE Presbyterian Church. New officers Alliance in cooperation with
.... FLA. with white
I j a satin cloth havinga
'' will 'be elected at that. the American Bible Society.
deep flounce of tulle. time alsq.During .. of
Rev. L. D. Haines, president
Sunday, ,Monday, Tuesday The bride is a. graduate ofBradford the social"'.hour various the association, urges everyone to To Our First 100 Customers

Mrs.; Leila Mundy, proprietor of Leila's November 24, 25 26 County, High School games were enjoyed and refreshments participate in this communitywide -

Dress and Gift Shop. DOUBLE FEATURE and for the' past several years were served, by Mr. observance. Leaflets will be
Written has made her home with her and Mrs, John Crehan and Rev. furnished in the local churches to

TECHNICOLOR On The WindIN uncle and aunt in 'St.. Augustine. W.', S.. McAliley.; :. direct the reading program.$100ICASH Visiting Our Station Friday and I

.. Dlr. sanaoacn -
u "'4 graduated from ,
With Rock Hudson, .Lauren Barajl,
: high school 4n"West Hartford,
When shop in home town Robert Stack: and Dorothy stature
you your you
Conn., and received his B. S.: degree -
start your money traveling among your And at the University of Con- Saturday, Nov. 22,23

friends and neighbors to buy new goods, to Beyond Mombasa necticut: In 'March of last year

Pay bills, to hire help. Soon it is back in he completed his service ,with
your own hands and again you start it on Cornel I Wilde, Donna Reed, and the Air Corps, 'where he was a Dealer

its rounds. Leo G..nnPlus"eolor"Cartoon' radio operator in the Air Transport ABSOLUTELY FREE ;
Command. Following 9. : -
for Children AT
i iTO
wedding trip Mr. and :Mrs. Sand

Every transaction in which it figures makes Wed.. Thur. Nov. 27 28 bach returned to St 'Augustineto LOtfAL CUSTOMERS ONLY

business" better its repeated spendingis DOUBLE FEATURE make their home. AT DODD'S'SUNOCO' SERVICEDecember 332 TEMPLE AVE.

a tonic for ,trade. Money you spend at Everything But TheTruth

home provides financial support for the Investiture CeremonyAn 24th i2:00: P.M.Many .

churches, the schools, the city's operation I
With Maureen O'Uara and John: Investiture Ceremony for .
whatever our town can offer inpublic Forsythe intermediate Girl Scouts and "Other Valuable Prizes See Us For Details

service depends on the money its people 1 ANDWHITES Brownie Scouts will be held 'this W. O. Collins

,spend in its stores and industries. UAW Friday eveninG-,.at :30 'o'clockin

the I
Starke Woman's Club.
With David Brian and Mae Wynn 'Bring your car in and let 1
Parents are urged to attend.,
Pius! Color Cartoon
Remember these things when you start to

.do your Christmas shopping this year. A Fri. Sat. Nov. 29 30 Forest Circlel l ; Mr. Sapp Our'Mechanic- i

,tour of well-stocked Starke stores will quickly DOUBLE FEATURE

) ; convince you that you can.find gifts for. The, Guns of Fort Members of the Supreme For Give it Complete Checkup for ,

everyone: on your list right here in Starke, ,Petticoat est Circle will meet in the Lions
and you'll be dollars ahead by doing so. Den at 7:30 p. 'm.-Tuesday/ ov: r Tuneup and Brakes Be ,Ready,

Save time 1Nj; TECHNICOLORAndie 26. All.,members are' "
save gas, save mileage on your asked to .at
and -, for
Murphy Kathryn Grant Winter DrivingalOoco
car, save wear and tear on your nerves. ,
And f i iI
,This Christmas SHOP AT HOME! The Solid Gold '
Cadillac .: Beta Sigma Phi _

Judy u Holliday, and Paul' Douglas Tne "Beta teigina' Phi sorority DOWS: SERVICEti3 r ..

TRY STARKE ,STORES FIRST! Plus New Serial, Chapter 1, and will meet Monday evening,,Jfor.. Keeps your the
I Color Cartoon for Kids. 25, *t 8 o'clock. >,at> the home of xt y s3 j I on go
i Mrs.. Robert Turner at the I
&i I IFarm. 'sate, 452 N. Temple. AY*. 'pfioag 31i.its. f .

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i li if.--t_....Iw.g. .._'c.I.I..I-.. ....... ...-....-S.B._.... .. ,'. Mis LU Greei\ Is' hoxe with ficates shall be Ihtf.t 'Ms 2* -taw-oi, Oct. I951.
beat Charles A. Da.MClerk
to law: the i )
I illness from r riau'col.. ge, Tornadoes Fin such certificate I I I of Circuit Court of Bradford -,

Gainesville, Ga. be sold to the County Florida.a
'courthouse door 4t 111 Z
Mrs. P. A. Moore left last day in Month of : .,.
i -
week by plane :for a three Tilt which'is the 2 I' OP APPUCATIO-Y'FOR:
Homecoming SOTIE
I Dated this 29"
II months visit with her sm-in-law: (Official Seal) See.T.DF.ED:18-Utt.: F.!.

and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. G. Clerk of Notice la hereby given! that T- J.

INThE MEWS I D. Moran, in Westbury, N. Y. (Continued from Pages; One) ford County- :: ( ,' certificates the holder has filed of the said follow cer-

.1 Take advantage of Free for a tax deed to be 'issued
for Starke: with a 22 yard runback NOTICE The certificate numbers
Area in at Community
_. Parking rear *
--- -- as the second half .began. years of Issuance the descrip-
I State Bank. !. tie Court'.f the and the names
of property
)frg. Mae Jones of Jacksonville and :Mrs. John P. SimpsonSr. Mrs. Mattle Gaha g-an and Mrs. During the 62 yard drive that followed Bradford which it was assessed are as fol
spent the weekend with Dr. and of Takoma, Md. are visiting Gecrge Flynn returned Thursday I Noegel Taccia,. Osborne,. IB Probate :
In reEstate No. 41; Year of Issu
Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Mrs. Simpson's mother, Mrs. R. from. two week visit. with and LaMee made sizeable gains Deceased (' 1953.Description. '
with Bert McGee taking a pass To AII.Crf'4ltor. of Property: Lot 8 &
Jan Mundorff of Oglethrope S. Fernandez.Mrs. friends and relatives in Wilmington -
from LaMee and covering the last lug Claim or 2 ft. of Lot 3 Blk Livingston
University will be home Tuesdayfor Edward Burns Mrs. S. Dela and Haddonfield l ; Said Estate &: Co. SID of Eof SEU
the Thanksgiving weekend. L. Peek, Sr. and son, Darby, and_ N. J.Mrs.. j yeards for another TD. The You and each 28 T 6 S R 2! E.
conversion was good and. the notified and Name in which assessed: lola Lit-
Friends of Mrs. Laura Tison Mrs. J. E. Wilson were visitingMr. J. T. Lawson, Mrs. M. L. 25-6. any -claims and .
score was
will regret to hear of the death I and Mrs.: Morgan Darby in Lawson and children, David you or either All of said property' being in the
The for Fla.
Rebels received the ball against the of Bradford. State of
of her daughter-in-law, BeatriceD. Bayard on Sunday.Mr. Ewell, Sally and Sonny, and Patsy the first time during ,the second 'J. W. Unless such certificate or certi-

Tison 37 wife of W. O. Tisonof and Mrs. R. J. Andrews visited Mr and Mrs. deceasedlate :! shall be redeemed 'accord-
Cogdill half, made short work of their, lheCounty to law the property 'decrIed

Jacksonville, last Friday after: I and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Guy Dyal in Green Cove Springson next drive. After gaining a first! County, at his such certificate' or certificates

no Funeral services held Dansby of Jacksonville were their house' of said be sold to the highest bidder
n. were Sunday afternoon. down and 'getting to own Florida the court house door on the firstIonday

r in Jacksonville Sunday afternoon I I Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mra Harry Kellura; of Tampa waS 47 yard line'Buddy Roberts raced months from I in Month of December 1957,

and Cemetery R. O. Dansby. Olson 53 for Santa secondTD. publication of is the 2 day of December
burial was in Crosby visiting Mr. and Mrs. Titus yards Fe's demands I '

Starke. Among those from Mr. and Mrs. George R. Powellof : and Mrs.. Annie HolUngsworth' Roberts 'also' made the extra or shall state the I 1957.Dated this 29 day of October.

out-of-town who spent the week- Newton, N. C. are spendingten and daughter, Penny, over the'weekend. point which brought the score to and claimant post'and office I Official. Seal) Charles A. Darby.

end with Mrs. Tison and attendedthe days with Mrs. J. H. Fields. S. 25-13. Immediately after the extra the claimant, of Circuit Court of Bradford

funeral were Mr. and Mrs. J'I Mr. and Mrs. James Temple W. H. Nollman is getting along I\ point was scored' there wasa ney, and filed any I Florida. Uit 11/%%

D. Smith and daughter, Judy have moved from 1207 Blanding nicely in St. Luke's :tIosp tall personal foul by the Rebels so not a/., so Nell R. :

'Carol( -of Tampa, and Mr. and street to Brooker. Mr. and Mrs. where he has been confined the when they start*! to kick they istratrix ; ,

Mra. Claude Johns of Earlton. Robert} B. Knight are occupyingthe past two weeks. I were penalized 15 yards., This was First W. Andrews [

Friends of Arthur Williamswill house at 1207 Blanding St. Mrs. Frank Hoover entered the first penalty in th.e,game. S :

regret to hear that he is a Mra' Margaret Phillips, for- Bradford County Hospital on [ The Tornadoes received the ball NOTICE I OO
on Santa Fe's 36 yard line and on $
patient in st Vincent's Hospital.Mr. merly of Olen's, is now workingas Tuesday for observation and
the third down Bob.<< Taccia again IB the Court of ,
and Mrs. John Simpson desk clerk at the Starke treatment. Bradford.
crossed 23 yards to pay .dirt
returned to their home in Ta- Laundry. Friends of Mrs. E. J. Dowling IB ProbateIn
Charles Osborne :
pushed throughfor re,: Estate ; ..
koma Park, Md. on Tuesday after J. R. Kelly attended the Tax will regret to hear that she fell the' extra point and'the score a/k/a Gustave : ,

spending the past week wither Collectors committee meeting in while working' in her garden at was 32-13. ,I To ceased.All -

mother, Mrs. R. S. Fernan- Tallahassee last Thur ay. home on Tuesday and broke her i ot'the lag: Claim or
dez. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Worthing- I During the fjrs fourth'I Said E Ute.You. -IN
light arm. quarter the Tornadoes : I I ..and ea
Jesse Moore of Dougas Ga. ten and family of Clearwater Mrs. Esther Johnson of Plant notified and
on down, and had to kick out for
was visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. G. spent the weekend with Mr. and City and Mrs. L. M: DeSha of,, any claims a i
the\ first time during the game. you, or either
Harris on Sunday afternoon. Mr J. A. Lee. Wildwood are visiting Mrs. W. against. the
Coach Register began to. put -
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hayes of Charles M. Bowden returnedto and Miss Kate Struth George' ('
H. Struth
some of the second string boys deceased late
Miami Beach spent larA week his home in West Orange, N. -- ,
of the w.eek. County
the latter part
into the game and., the Rebels also -
with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. ,j J. .Wednesday after visitinghis Mr. and Mrs. Elton Smith and kick County at his
had to on their fourth house "said
Mr.. and Mrs. Alton Hig?in-' mother Mrs. B. J. Bowden, family will spent the weekend in Florida,
On the first down after
down. ,
botham of Callahan and Charles for the past week. months from OIL HEATER
their ,
I' Alma. Ga. visiting parents receiving the' ball, on the 40 yard publication .
Godfrey and Reggie Higginbotham Herbert Bitter of Bloomfield, ''Mr. and Mrs. M. M.Boatwright. ()r demands sh
line, Jim Hobbs: snagged a \tong
of Gainesville were weekend N. J. is visiting his motherinlaw shall state the 1 1'
J. B. Smith
and Mrs.
from Bubba LaMee and '
pass p.oat WITH AUTOMATfC!
guests of Mr and Mrs. Tyler : ;, Mrs. B. J. Bowden, and his Miss Becky Baker of Jacksonville claimant and I
raced 60 for TD. Charles .
Jones. I wife for ten days. Mrs. Bitter the weekend with yards a the claimant, I : BLOWER
spent then went he
Noegel over goal ney and 'any
Take advantage of No Exchange has teen visiting her mother for Bobbie Faye Smith and Suzi making the extra point and to. not so filed

chpcks at Com-! several weeks. Charles
on Broadway.R. the to. 39-13. '
bring score strator of
State Bank. Mr. and :Mrs. Willard Pass and 5DON
munity administrator K. Schmidt
E. Edmondson, The Rebels received the ball on
,Mrs. A. K. Blackman and family of Tallahasse spent the Hospital First
Bradford -
of the their own 40 yard line and pushed -
D. of and Mrs. In- :
children and Mrs. T. Hoy weekend with Mr. -
I and Mrs. Edmondson are I to the Tornadoes 20 :yard line!
Jacksonville will beSaturday' nlan Green and visited Mrs. L. in Clearwater where they attended when* TerrellG'reen' intercepteda In The With Exchange

viators of Mr. and Mrs. K. G. D. Green in Alachua General Hos- of Eighth
the pass and St rke received the For "
Duncan.Mr. pital.Mrs. Blue Cross on Wednerday and ball. f cery. -
and Mrs. J. W. Killian of D. J. Clark of Tampa is Auxiliary John C. Plack,
the Florida Hospital I After the Starke team had to -5 Plaintiff.
Waynesville, N. C. are spendinga staying at the L. L Green home
Thursday and Friday vs. $119.88
convention on kick the Santa Fe boys took the
few weeks at their home on while Mrs. Green is confined in Hotel. .-. Marie S.'
I at the Fort Harrison tall and made a 55 yard driveto Defendant. I I .,
following -
N. sti-eet.
Cherry Alachua General Hospital
Mrs. L. St Hutto and family the goal with Don Willingham Order of
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of heart attack Wednesday Defend -
I a and Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wells covering the last'yard.. The extra To Marie C.
Tampa were weekend guests of of last week, and with her .
I had as weekend guests Mr. and and the Hudson Street.
point was score
Mrs. O. L. Beasley and :Mrs. J. sister, Mrs. C. D. Williams, whois ; N. Y.
I Mrs. T. F. Hutto and family, Mr. remained 39-19. The game ended You I
Kincaid. from an at- BTU
W. slowly improving
and fam- there has
and Mrs. Mack Thomas with the Tornadoes in possession
tack of flu. Black in the .
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke and' of the ball on their: own 26 yard ford County
U and Mrs. L. C. Hinson Sr.
HAVE Mr. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lewis and against you
f YOUR returned to their home in Homer- line.This therein
Jacksonville.Mr. .
: family of victory brought the Tor- This is %
WATER ville, Ga. on Monday after SERVICE
Mrs. David Montgomery to file
and nadoes' record to, 5.,wins and. 4. you ,
TIl'KS: spending the past four months said cause on
'I returned Monday from Aber- losses. They haven't lost a con- of December

Ij CHECKED here.Mrs. deen. Md. where Mr. Montgomery ference game: so far and are you shall Ave. Starke. 'Fla.
NOW FOR I'I' F. F. Stump spent the first the 18 day of
..J.lr: WiXTElt attended a ten weeks course of rtow the top team in the Key- a copy of I .
;J 't; I of the week in Monticello with study at the Aberdeen Proving stone Conference. Philip" Barton"l'w T

i Mr. and Mrs. William H. Thom- .
Installation and ServiceOf Grounds. I Tonight (Friday) they will attempt -

All Types son and family. Greig Moyer of Jacksonville is' to complete a perfect conference :
Miss Earlena Norman spent
Mr. and Mrs F. W.
visiting record as they invade
Plumbing & Heating the weekend in Gainesville visit-
Strickland. this week. Clay County to take on the
ing her brother, Earl Norman, k S.
Walter S. Vanderlip of De- Green Cove team.
I ,
the S '
and attending fraternity S
GNANNPLUMBING. catur, Ga. is spending the latter In regards to the game tonight, -:' 'v"
da'nce and football
CO. game. part of the week with his relatives Coach Repistter said. "The gamp S P
Miss Viola Coppinger of Chat-
the Harry Mootys, while will probably be close.: I don't '
Street tanooga, Tenn. is spending the 'I ; $ ;
118 Court :
: t
working in this section of Flori look fcr the score to be high on ; ;
PHONE 514.J winter with her brother-in-law ,L either '' be" "
I side. The coaches will
I and sister, Mr. and Mrs. V. O. da.Mrs. :
B. A. Seville of Wald'oHospital I hard -i: ::: :
working before the game : :
Night Call Collect 2896 Bridges. They also had as a recent ::: : : : i
on Monday, and :Mary this week to have the boys in .
visitor, Miss Frankie Mc- : :
Keystone Heights CrcfW of Starke underwent sur- good shape. S :
CuUough of Chattanooga, Tenn.
.. I gery there on Tuesday. The Green Cove team will alL : 4;4r
Confined with the flu are Mrs. so be going all out to win this i ':."
". t : _
N. B. Rosier, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. game. They were fired up last : :

Ben Rowland, and Mr. and Mrs.J. year and probably will be again r4 ; _

THEATRE W. Bitch.Attending. tonight since 'both teams feel "O .

STARKE the Suwannee' Pres- that one of the goals of the yearis

bytery Senior High Fellowshipfall to beat the other., :t-'..., ; S

rally at the First Presby- Coach Register feels that some "<'' : :

Saturday, Nov. 23 Only Tues., Wed. Nov. 26, 27 terian Church in Gainesville of the Tornadoes strongest opposition 'B.'

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE BIG DOUBLE FEATURE} on Sunday afternoon were Lynda -I will 'come' from Harold ,/. :; :: : = : : -- *

Chapman, Tom Jackson, Sally ; Knowlesv 160 pounds, LHB: ; Bill : ; sS I

II.H r JA.J JIll..'Jill r IU. I ACCUSED Sink, Sally Ann Epperson, ''I Tinesley, 185, pounds. FB; and fin : S

I : \ AMBUSH =- Betty Jean Schmitt and the adult James, Horton.. 205- A oounds i' : ; '
": ,
; IN EVERY advisor, B. F. Costello.Mr. Tackle. : '

:: CANYON! -== and Mrs. Bill Logan and Also tonight nine. of BHS'3 : ;, .

,, SIHAN- VERA -iAu-Oa: sons of Columbia, s. C. have senior$ will be playing their last .. ..;. '..:,.! : ::. !; .1' 1 1M .tt);. tJ.-'t"
ttiCKMCB VIRGINIA :: :: ; : ''f'//l '
moved from the Kincaid apart- game for the Tornadoes. Theyare ..'t.w::: : :: : *.'-.,........ ;*..... t ,..;., '0; ...'1'f.'J.}. {{
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ANDUllUTteuMHUMiMI ments where they have resided Charles Noegel, Bob Taccia, ::f-w:j.,::.. : ;/ .. ,?"7;'.."..t since Charles Osborne LaMee, 'f .t.'
September' Mrs. Vergie Larry <' {.< ." )f.(
Flynn's' house on East Brownlee Rudolph Hutche.wn, Wilbur Bar- A :>+ :. d, .\,$;.
street. Mrs. Flynn has moved to ry, Freddie Stephens. Mike Gold- .... ;$

.*... her 'farm on road 301 South. wire, and Bert McGee. All of I i .'?" "_ :: :: ; : : : : ''. .A,, ., ,
Mrs. W. H. Tillman of Val- these boys have been in the heartof : .

I dosta Ga. Mrs. Bessie Norman of the action all season and have ..r';> : ; F., : W,"",' (.i..

Moultrie, Ga., Mrs. George Ober- done some great playing.. Watch $ R' :

dofer of Cleveland, Ohio and I them tonight and see what they : =

Fort Lauderdale and Miss Sue do in their last game for their _
i IM wawa r fccx D BUI ton Alma : \
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Friday with Mrs. Henry O'Hara .
AND ft ar.d family of W. Call St.. ...
JIM! DAVlS'-ARI.EE HHEUW-FARON YOUNfiuaryisews ds. Rushing 428 311

THE LIFE STORY OF A BOY""BORN First Downs 13 9 c
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Starke Chapter, FFA, on Nov. 20. '
Plus Hollywood Small Fry" Yds. Passing 65 42
1 _ Philip Mobley took the'members 2-30 2-20
Snapshots. Penalties
on a trip to the West by film. 1 't
I. Kicks 2-40 3-40 '
Philip made the movies while .
on .
a trip to the west coast with his !
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. I Y RODNEY I 1t: Tnur., Fn. Nov. 28, 29 family A during the summer vaca 1957) ; otherwise the allegation of I

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE said Compaint will be taken an ;
tion.Some of confessed by yon to
places shown in
This notice shall be publishedonce
"BOYS TOWN"lias the film were the Petrified Forest each week for four consecutive Los _

Grand Canyon, Sequoia National weeks egraph.In the Bradford County Tel h ,

TEENAGE Forest, Disneyland and shots of Dated this 6 day of Nov. 1957. the. the Plymouth"tracK.end:

the Pacific Ocean. (OFFICIAL Charles A.SEAL Darby) at that route! Ever* DO*

Clerk of the Circuit" Court ,The ; and weather condition.
"Blf House Blues" Cartoon ; I By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk

and Chapter No. 12 Serial HOTICh 11/8 4t 11/29 A ran every inch of that !"!Jr.

(. Cfrralt Court-TO Bradford APc"C..fT. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR route 3 times in just 58 dayt.
4S FUrl'ai IB Chueerr. TAX DEED Th
.i-n.; Mon. Nov. 24, 25 ) Helen W. Miles Plaintiff, vs. John See. lM.lt. F.S. proof ol lotting, bu%..
A AAoroiMtto Product 100 Grother Miles, Defendant. Notice Is hereby given, that T. J. !
_I rTe- Case No. 12-39Q Alderman, the holder of the following -
-- AND X.tl T. APBCMI 'certificates has filed said i.
DARRYL f ZANUCX S To: John Grother Miles, whose certificates for a tax deed to be
,,-. 0 residence and address is; 7 Centre issued thereon. The certificate
ERNEST IMNCWAr$ \ Street. Boston. Massachusetts.You numbers and years of issuance the :

are hereby notified that a description of the property and the -
suit for divorce., care custodyand names In which it was assessed are :: ; ; ,
control of minor child as follows: S ; : ahead Jar
has been filed against you In the Certificate No. 55; Year of Issuance hepst
iiarG 1 above named Court and cause and! 1954. 5

OlEMAScOPgTI you are required to serve a copyof :Description of Property: Lots 1. p / _
Tour answer or pleading to the 4. 5.-7. 8 of Elk 13 Lincoln City ; : ; ;
cowae Complaint on the Plaintiffs (8% of SEH. W of Ry) See J? T 6 <'
"Hollywood Goes Fishing"Mr. Attorney William D, Morgan SOT. Si: R 22 E. : :
plus Clark Building. Jacksonville 2, Name' In which assessed; Hattie : ? .
suaots Florida. Starkest .
: .. and file the original in tne office of All of said property fceljjs,in the ,e : ,'S;: I'. fIE' .-. J
the Cleric of the Circuit Court ODor County of Bradford. State of Fla. t :

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Wester FoundNot Starke Hosts Lions' Meeting John and Ed Waters, Oscar A. L. Kahr Dies; Bradford Students'i Restrictions Eased "
301 Owens Coleman Jewel
Right-Of-Way Evelyn 'I Widows' Benefits
Guilty ___- ... North. Merle. Higginbotham, Mr. Sunland DirectorA. To Participate In I ,
and Mrs. Claude Greene Mr. and
L. Crosby, Jr., Bradford -
.-v- Program Pushed Mrs. Joe Lucas and family, Mr. L. Kahr, 54, supervisor I I Albert
(Continued from Page One) C' and Mrs. Albert smith and family -J of Sunland Training Center at Florida ForensicsTeams County service officer, announces

Kenneth Gainesville died last Friday in I I under a new public law
I 1 I and Manning.Mi'v I
Mrs. Elliot Williams, testified ] (Continued from Page One) Bradford County Hospital, following -
they had spent the weekend with I)I IthWesters I Joyce Whatford, of Jacksonville 'l a brief illness. from Bradford High that certain widows who previously -
on which the new lane is to be } School will participate Friday and I denied
visited .fr.iand Mrs.
had been
and did not leave Born In Essen Germany, Oct.
constructed the right-of-way is to Saturday in the Florida Forensics
until about 5:30.: During this extend for 119 feet from the cen- Jessie Williamson and son Sat- 12, 1903, he was the son of the 1 sion or compensation by the
at the University of Florida, com*
time said Wester was urday. l late A. L. and Theresa Renner. Veteran's Administration will
ter of the present road. On the
I JDetin? with teams from all over I
with them at the trailer park. I II I I I i other side the right-of-way will Mrs. James Waters and fam- Kahr: former residents of Starke.I the state. I now be entitled to such benefits.

Wester's mother-in-law, Mrs. I extend for 55 feet from the center ily of Lawtey_ visited Sunday ,In 1939 he married Miss' Maude, The Bradford students will I Crosby invited any veteran's

F. B. Duke of High Springs anda of the present road. afternoon with her parents, Mr. I Bell Bender of Earlton, who survives -I in three different divisions compete -, .. widow whose claim for death

friend of hers, Mrs. J. H. Within the City limits of Starke, and Mrs. Buford Higginbotham. 1 him. He is also survived by dramatic and benefits was denied by the VA

Neil, testified they visited \ MC-I I the construction project will require Mm H. R. Kilgore and familyand one son, Jimmy Kahr of Earlton. .Dramatics discussion.The ,. reading, to stop by his office at the Arm-

er that evening and did not leave ,. 55 feet of additional right- Misses Shirley (and two sisters, Mrs. Chris J. ory for information about the

until about 6:30.: They said they of-way on each side of the road. am and Bonnie Pad Higginboth1 1 JNewbern of Gainesville, and Mrs. dramatic reading team will new law and the procedure to
lead off the with three
I I Powers told the local that W. A. Stern of Starke. activity follow in requesting reconsider-
remembered the time because j men the Jacksonville, Fair Saturday ,students presenting readings Friday -
they asked Wester the time a- the State Road Board is considering afternoon. S Mr. Kahr was a member of the 1 Participating in ation of her claim under the
I projects which will result in : .... Waldo Baptist Church, the Masonic more liberal provisions.
bout 6:15.: ] .. Homecoming Football Game this event are Anne Elder Judy
''the four-laning of the route .- Lodge, and Woodmen of the
A neighbor, Robert Cuberly, I 1 through Duval County to Waldo. The Baldwin Homecoming will World. The Waldo Masons :Kelly and Mary Henderson. 4 marketing to an audience of about

said he saw Wester putting gas I "When we get this one out of be held Friday night, Nov. 22, ducted burial services at the cernI I The drama team will present 8,000.

in his car about 630. I j I, the way (north 301)), we will go I when Baldwin' meets Crescent etery. I the one-act play "Sugar and Torode was attending the meeting

City High for the last football I ,Spice," recently enacted in Starke the representative of the
Wester's case was also supported south, he said, and added that Funeral services were held Saturday ,
by four character witnesses within three years the SRB hopedto One I,still, president; and W. T. Jackson game of this season. We urge afternoon at 3 o'clock in.j as their entry in the drama div Shell distributors in the South

representing director, of the Starke Lions everyone to come out and support ision Friday afternoon.The eastern district of the United
who testified, that the defendant have underway the four-Lining the Waldo Baptist Church with S
District 35-1
Club and Phil Gutierrez'and W
had a good reputation. cf 301 from Duval to Waldo. "Winter ; these boys. Support goes!' a Rev. G. B. Van Allen officiating. discussion team composedof States.
E. Coker of Winter Haven. '
Carter and Wershow attacked I trict Hugh B. Ingram Jr. of the host long, way toward" victory. Good I' with Rev. W. S. McAliley assisting Gary Elzey, Mark Moore, Anne !*OTICF. OF I\TK\TIO\
the prosecutionVv case with the' luck boys Burial was in Hillcrest Memorial Elder, Judy Kelly, Patricia Pel- REGISTER FICTITIOfS %,ti.:
Hew OKd Starke Lions Starke Club served master of
System as Donnie Harris, a patient of the Park, Gainesville with Williams- lum and Mike Goldwire will par- Notice I Li hereby given that th..
theory that several discrepanciesin ary school ceremonies at the dinner, and undersigned under the provisionsof
I Lake City Hospital enjoyed the Thomas Funeral Home in ticipate all day Saturday in discussion Chapter 20.953. Laws of Florida
the testimony of the state night, Nov. Mayor W. T. Jackson extended an charge. ,
For Control Of ,
events which will use the Acts of 1941. will register with ih '
home with his
witnefties indicated that the girls I Pictured official welcome to the delegates. I weekend at family topic, "What Should be the Nature Clerk of the Circuit Court. in and
could not have been so accurate In his talk Dr. McQuarrie told Judge Notes S for Bradford County Florida, upon
School TrafficThe ernor Will DropIn of United States Foreign'Aid. receipt of proof of publication of
Mrs. Louise Eichelser
about Wester'si identification.A of the outstanding work that the son ." this notice the fictitious nanu ,f
discrepancy in the description I ville Winter Haven Club has done in of Jacksonville spent last weekend Snow Chevrolet Co., under whirh I
old middle-of-the-road traffic -
Juvenile Cases Only one "letterman, MarkMoore
am engaged In business at 210 w
of Wester's dress was particularly control system in front of 'I it to Dr. examining the eyes and providing with her parents Mr. and has returned from last Call St., Starke Florida.

brought out One girl Bradford High School will soon I'Winter glasses for underprivileged' school Mrs. F. B. Coleman and family. I I A decline in the number of i year's team which won a number (I. is:. Snow 1207 Planding. Pn\e

said she thought the man was I be retired, to be replaced by a club's sight children in that area. He said that Mr. and Mrs. F B. Colemanand I juvenile court cases reaching his I lof honors at the Florida Foren. Starke.Dated Fla.this. 22nd sole day own of r Xovembpt

dressed in blue pants and had on modern, overhead system as the I I that: has their program has received national family had as their guests. docket was noted by County sics. A.D.. 1957 at Starke. Bradford

a blue coat. Another said he was result of City Council action Tues- nition. ( ) recognition and that the club last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ray I I. Judge T. A. Yawn in a talk before Count Florida. III!! 4t l is

dressed in khaki pants and a day night. C.V.. ; spends several thousand dollars a Pellum and son of Jacksonville the Bradford County Children's Torode Addresses W. C. T. U.

sports fhirt and "may have had The Council voted to purchasethe I ,Harley, ; year on this project. and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Harris. Committee luncheon meeting S

on a blue coat." Wester said I new traffic control system Mrs. Ben Higginbotham and Monday noon. I Petroleum Institute *
.yy Thursday Nov. 7. ,
that he was wearing! a pair of from the Ward Engineering Co., received a bad Mrs. O.var Harris were business A part of the credit for this en-
tan pants and a white and blue I representatives of the Eagle Signal cut on the back of his beach, viistors in Jacksonville Monday. couraging trend was given by: John Torode, Starke Shell Oil I AND CANCER COMBINED"

sports shirt. Corp., for $694. The new I' Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Chilson Judge Yawn to the present school I distributor, last week took partin I
while playing at Friday
Carter also emphasized that I equipment will include twowayred and family and Mrs.. A. W. Rogers administration. He ,said that the i the program at the American I
afternoon and ,had to be rushedto (THE NATIONAL VOICE.)
the complainant had *estified and yellow control lights over By of Starke ,visited Sunday tightening up on school attendance Petroleum Institute Convention in

that she did not see the offend- each traffic lane, with walk signals a doctor. He seems to be afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. and the enforcement of rules i Chicago, delivering an address on -5---

er's car after the incident, but for pedestarins. It can be I I getting along nicely now how John North and family and Mr. keeping: students on the school

that her father's testimony con- either manually or automatically Rev. and ever.Among and Mrs. Ernest Wellhauaen and grounds during school hours had i i

flicted with\ this when he said she operated.The Jacksonville those from Maxville at- family. helped alleviate this problem. Sell It Rent ft Trade

had pointed the car out to himon old control system, a cum- Jack tending the football game between Dr. p. J. Payne, school dentistof The most discouraging problemhe
bersome device situated in the Baldwin and Green Cove has to deal with, Judge Yawn
'of Mr Beach, and his
the street ,later.
I' center of the street, was generally Springs Friday night were Rev. : said, is instances where juvenile
In his summary, Futch stated fis and f assistant, Helen Cawley, of Jacksonville WITH A TELEGRAPH 'CLASSIFIED
[ considered to be unsightly and and Mrs. H. F. Higdon and.family delinquency: is obviously the prod-
that the fact that the girl picked 10. have been at the Max-
has long been the target of criti- Mrs Ruby Durrance and sons, uct of a bad home enviroment. He
Wester's car out of a number Elmer vile school for a couple of weeks

of ,red and white cars on the sism.Though tey spent Mr. and Mrs.C.. B. Nolan and working on the teeth of the under cited instances where parents 1:0 WORDS OR LESS, One lanertle' (Hlelmam Charge) ___ _,_ jj
him out going along with the I sons, Jo Ann Parrish, Jewal and privileged children. neglected their children, even! % ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 _____ ___.._ 4e Pet W0r4SO
street and later picked proposal for the new equipment, parents, Roger North, Joe, and Speedy They abandoning them on occasions, due % DISCOUNT REPEAT INSERTIONS SAME AD

of the lineup "was not a possibility .- Mayor W. T. Jackson defendedthe Padgett, Evelyn Coleman, Ed have been filling an average of to habitual drunkenness of the :se ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IN ADVANCE.:

but a certainty." old system, arguing that it Mrs. A. Waters, Bernice and Martha 15 teeth a day, and pulling mother or father or both. He said

He told the jury that they has proved itself as an effectivelife sonville Harris. some. He gave tooth brushes to that this type of situation Is almost CLASSIFIED DISPLAY __'-"----_______ '1':$ Per lack First laiertlu

would not in effect be callingthe saver. ing 'with all of the school children and is hopeless to .deal with and .!.<* PER INCh FOR S\ME AD REPEATED O\'B OR MORE TIMES

defense witnesses! "liars" if "Since it has been in use," the Mr. and Mrs. Preston Padgett S conducting a course on the care that putting the breadwinner in
Brown and announce the arrival of a son on L CARDS OF THANK (Up To 58 W.r they convicted Wester, becauseit's mayor stated, "we have not losta Mr. and : of the teeth in line with his jail' is no solution for a hungry I OVER 50 WORDS ______hh___ 4 Crmtn Per Ward
awful hard to remembertimed child at the crossing." Thursday Nov. 7, ,at the Bradford work. Many of the children were family. He also said that taking

and dates. announce County Hospital. ,The young without tooth brushes and tooth the children away from such parents I MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS --....-_ 4 CemU Per W.r*

girl on man has been named David paste., S does'not punish'them'because
The prosecutor also pointed TB Association I
Vincent's Wayne. We often theyare to be rid NEED TIRES I LOTS FOR SALE-City water and
out conflicts in Wester's statements regret that little Marian Get them now, pay as you ride. sewer. Cash or terms. Box 2655,
which the sheriff had Discusses ProgramThe ville. The There were 126 present at the Higginbotham is ill,and unable to their responsibilities. Ask for our easy budget terms Jackson villa, Fla. 2tp 11m
named Maxville Baptist Sunday Schoolon L attended Lacy Conway Sales and Service,
school.- :
testified about.
Union Pus Station, Starke Fla. WANTED-Furnished room with
I Circuit Judge George L. Pat- program of the Florida Mm J. Sunday morning.' This sets a :Mrs. H R. Kilgore and children WRGR S tfch; private bath and parking privileges!:
Tuberculosis and. Health Associa- Shirley or- garage, by gentleman. Refer
children record for atte ance. Higginbotham,and
ten. in his charge to the jury, Bonnie PLASTIC SEAT COVERS for all ences. Write P. O. Box 823-A -..0Bradford.County
n said if they' had a reasonable I io'n: was discussed at a luncheon Lawtey We regret that Gene Johnson Padgett visited with' the Misses 1490 K' C PHONE 500STARKE"FLORIDA makes and model autos J21.J5 Telegraph. Stark
meeting in the Garden Restaurantat Mrs. has been from i infected Nancy and and up. 'Installation free. at S 2tp Hii
doubt ,that, Wester was not pre- Rudy suffering an Becky Higdon last _. Shepherd's. tfehf
when the offense occurred. noon Tuesday when newly daughter leg. Gene had a shoe spike Sunday over in Clay County.Mr. S_ OPENING 600.V-. Jeffs Pas-try
rnnt named officers and directors of run into his leg while playing and Mrs. Leon Harris and The Music .& News Station FOR S>LE 8 z-8' :T 16 COD creteBlocks Shop" 116 S. Walnut St. Full line
they must acquit him. the Bradford County associationmet Mrs. 18c each..FOP yard. Mor- of quality pastries. Wedding and
During the tense two hours Gladys C football with Florida High'at family were Sunday dinner 'guestscf Starke tar Mix, Cement, Sand Steel and birthday cakes a specialty tf'-hg
with officials of the state
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Aluminum Windows. 'Also! ready
when the jury was deliberating. group. Eva Tallahassee on Friday, Nov. 8. mixed concrete. Pradford Engineering FOR REXT-Modern well furnished
Hope he will soon be well again.. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY Co.. Phone 94. tfchg house
Wester's wife became, ill and Present on this occasion were Thursday. son.We with oil heater on King>y
are glad to report that lit- Lake. Winter rate. Mrs. H. C
of the Baldwin
fainted. She was taken awayin Albert P. Foster, executive secre- Mr. and Any parents tie Jimmie Bell is slowly 6:00 Sign on and News WE HAVE a new loan program for Fence, 2223 St. Johns. Jacksonville
i make improving farmers. Loans of 1 to 5
,.an ambulance for medical at- tary and Miss Sarah Sproles, coordinator I wishing to donations of 6:35 years Phone EV g-3326. tMig!
and at the Baptist Hospital in Starke Wakes Up for the entire credit require
tenUon. of program developmentand burg, W. sheets or pillow cases or cash to Jacksonville, though still not allowed 7:00: First Edition (news) ments of the farmer and his fam WE DO\'T PROFESS TO BK:

Members of the jury were E. field service, both from the 'I Day wards buying them for the Bald to have visitors. 7:15 Starke Wakes Up Association ily. Gainesville, &20 Production North Credit Main, REAL ESTATE SPECIALISTS! !

C. Johns, Ed W Durban, Lonza Florida Tuberculosis and Health Clung's win School sick room are asked I ,Mrs. Gladys Copeland and family -S 8:00: Sports Oalnesvllle. Fla. tfchg But "e are Real Estate Boeatrri

Starling Walter S. Sibley, Jack Association headquarters in Jack- to give their contributions to and Mrs. Lealer Harris and I 8:05'Starke Wakes Up- and "p believe 'we 'hate RN ,,8udhara
Mrs. FOR SALE-14 in. x 15 ft. steel l.* right kerr IB Bradford
Crawford and C. Albert Griffis. sonville. Mr. and C. B. Nolan. son, Hershell, and Ginger Cannon L 9:00: News & Betty Grey Show culvert pipe. $1.25 ft. ALSO {'oDatY.41.Uar far dollar as there
Officers of the county associa- children Florida"I The Maxville PTA met Wed attended the singing convention L 10:00 Sweet Music Show & Building lots for sale in South are tm the State of Flarldii. ('u..
tion attending the luncheon were: nesday, Nov. 13: at the school at the Pine News ( Gate Subdivision. Low down pay- I. ad let .. how you. Wbalrtrr
High School PTAThe Jacksonville Congregational I ment. Low monthly payments. ,'o.r Rral Estate ...d. aid desires
Bill Soto, chairman; Mrs. Claude house. George M Mullen announced Holiness Church in Starke' Sun. 12:15.Second. Edition (news) BILLY JACKSON. Phone 165, c/o we bellese we can help you.

Bradford High School Crowson secretary; P. T. Nolin, night.Mrs. that a 520,000 addition day. S 12:30: Sweet Music Show & Central Truck Lines.. tfchg SEE US: TODAY

PTA met Tuesday night in the treasurer; and directors Jack R. V. and would be J added to the present Mrs. Mary Wellhausen (Granny News (hourly) BUT YOUR Smith Corona Silent- FLORIDA REALTY CO.

music room with Miss Florence Trawick, Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Gene school by next term, measuring ) celebrates her 77th birthday 3:00 Starke Music Hall &: Super Portable before prices advance OF STARKE
Mrs. Oct. 1. Lay for
Jennings. youth counselor, Long Carl Johns Inman Green. E. 25 by 80 feet with dividers in the Wednesday, Nov. 20. Mrs. Well- News (hourly) Christmas. Nothing away down now Dol- 118 N, Walnut St. TeL Z&ISUfke
pres- L. Matthews, Mrs. E. L. Mc- called to middle. It can be used 'ar classrooms hausen spent the day with Mrs. 3:00 !rion., Jimmy Dorsey; lar-A-Week terms. if desired. Florida
enting the program with a discussion W. S. and day by the Bradford County Telegraph. if
Knight, McAliley, Mrs.S. and double as an audi Julia Griffis on Sunday.Mr. ,Tues., Nat King Cole; Wed., Joni

of the problems in her J. McGarvey. Members of the rance's torium. He also announced that and Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham I James; Thur.; Johnny Ray; Fri., WHEN IN NEED OK HOME BAKED FRUIT CAKES -
job. new board of directors, not pres- Durrance. S and light or dark, '70% fruits and nuts.
''ISh Brant our school sons spent Friday night Ray Anthony. Mro.
superin Nora Smith, phone
Entertainment was providedby ent at the meeting, are S. L. Peek Mr. TOP SOIL 49MV2t
: tendent is definitely not in favorof and Saturday in Macclenny with 3:15: Mon., Georgia Gibbs; Tues., 'hif
Elden Mathews, Bob Smith Jr. M. W. Lance Dr. A. J. Barry I
-. afternoon Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Sweat. On Doris Day; Wed., Bobby Dukoff;
and an abandonment of the school.I FOR SALE-Registered Angus bull
Lawson and FILL
Jerry refreshments and S. E. Simmons.
i Mr. and The present bathrooms at the Saturday morning Mr. Higgin-I JThur., Les Brown; Fri., Vaughn and heifers. $liO up. Several kinds
were served following the and family lotham went deer. hunting with Monroe. ALL TYPESTRACTOR baled hay: |22 op.,J. B. White Pa.
school have just been tiled. 2, Box 73 K'lt
p 'Ogram. I Senior Moms To MeetThe Jack The membera of Long Branch Mr. Sweat and Farley Rhoden I 3:30: Mon. Vic Damone; Tues., WORKAND ZIp

ami! over nearTaylor.. I Billy Butterfield; _Wed., Marty FOR RENT-Unfurnished hou*>.

CARD OF TIIANKs recently organized Moth- Ruby : ,Sunday- ror- an School and- Church were Miss Mary Wilkes was ill a1or I,Robbins; Thur., Les Brown; Fri., dining large living room,room kitchen 2 large bath bedrooms, 2 large! ,

We desire to express to our ers Club, composed of studentsin Sunday 1m unpleasant surprise last week and had to miss Kay Starr. porches. One block from La"
kind neighbors and thoughtful the BHS Senior Class, will Glennville Sunday morning when they discovered school. I'I 3:45: Mon., Three Suns; Tues., Light Bulldozing JIII-Post. office.. Phone Lawtey 28U
friends our heartfelt thanks for meet Tuesday, Nov. 26, at 7 p. We that thieves had broken Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family Lena Home; Wed., Perez Prado; W. L. THIGPEN, JR.

their many expressions of sym- m. at the Methodist recreation pathy to into the church and stolen two and Roger North visited Sunday Thur., Perry Como; Fri., Walter Rt Z Box 245-D- Altos Ed. FOR Oil SALE ew.t5.000 PTU Coleman -

pathy in our recent bereave- building. Manning gas heaters. They attempted to at Earlton Beach with Mr. Schumann. PHONE 297-J been used.Circulating 175.00. Robert Heater. Chap-Nee'

merit- The beautiful: flowers were All mothers of the membersof I infant son, I get a third, but it was too largeto and Mrs. A. L. Rehberg.Mr. 4:00 Mon., Theresa Brewer; Starke !1a. man. Call S36-W after 5pm, up

especially appreciated. Mra the 1957-58 Senior Class are passed : get through the window as and Mrs. Jack Waters and Tues., King Sisters; Wed., Jo FOR SALE-1950 Chevrolet Pick up

Ida V. Yartrough and children. urged to attend. County the doors were locked. They en- family of Jacksonville 'spent Sat- Stafford; Thur., Benny Goodman; TENTh AXXITERSAHT 1250.00. Carl. Vanzant S Lawtey
tered by breaking a window, ransacked urday with Mrs. Dorothy waters Fri.,, Pat Boone. RADIOS! REPAIREDAll It'l1t,

I the church and broke the and family.Mr. S 4:15 Mon. Don Cherry; Tues.,, Make AU H.del> FOR REXT-S bedroom furnii.-d .
heaters loose from the and Mrs. Bud Waters and Homer & Jerthro; Wed., Jerry Lee I i..tale Charge Kvaraatee house. 4 miles W. on Raiford ad ,.
; gas pipe, CHAfl. SHEPHERD Turn right at Clayton Crawford I
announcing fi leaving all of the gas to escape. family of Jacksonville visited Mrs. Lewis; Thur., Hank Snow; Fri.,, 08 W. Call St. SUrke Pk. 23f mile; Willie Mae Judd 534 Vtn

Sunday School and Church services Dorothy Waters and family Sunday June.Christy. 3% PAID ON SAVINGS KEYSTONE Madlor,. ; II J*

had to be postponed. _evening. They also enjoyed 4:30 Mon.. Hi Lo's' ; Tues.- GuyLombardo S-ATE BANK KEYSTONE WILL DO HOME' LAUNDRY. Mr'
THE OPENING OF OUR NEWChristmas House Warming Held supper with Mr. and llrs. Bootsie ; Wed., Ted Heath;;; HEIGHTS FLA.. MEMBER Tom Harris. Sampson Cltv. IM

Cannon and family. Thur... Billy Ward; Fri., 'Sammy FDIC. 'FOR SALERed
A house d
_ ) warming shower will Sugar
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schmehls and Davis Jr. FOR LEASE-Xew Service 'Stationqn Cane 5c per stalk. Good seed wnTBStubbs '
be held, at the Clay Hill Baptist children of Jacksonville spent last 4:45 Mon.. Tito Puente; Tues., 301 in Starke. Minimum In- ,*' old Klngsley Lake Cn
u) Church Friday night, Nov. 22, at vestment. Reasonable rental. ,-' mile 8.' E. Lawtey, Up
Saturday night and Sunday with Harry Belafonte; Wed.,. Gale Contact Mr. A. E. Howard. Lake '
,, 7:30: p., jn." for Frances Lang1. Mr. and ,Mrs. Buford Higgin Storm; Thur.. Teddi King; Fri.. Puller. Hjr-6-2S55 during the day FOR SALE-Reasonable. SO gaH"n
Mrs. Lang and her husband botham and family.Mr. I The Hilitoppers. or Rout? !. Box 313, Stchg !!/?? glass lined table top hot "'ate(
heateT. 6 ft. '
Club freeze and
Charles lost everything they had and Mrs. Bill Roberson and 1 5:00: .Mon., Al Kibbler; Tues, HELP WANTED good reliable break front secretary. Call 431: V
in a fire on Sunday Elvia: Wed. Eddie Fisher person to aupply'cuatomerawith after : p.m., -
mornln IhbFOR
daughter of Tallahassee spent last I i Presley; Rawleigh Product in N. Alacbua ?

No ., 10. Everybody is' cordially weekend ,with Mrs.. Dorothy %Wat ; Thur., Billy May; Fri., Leap County. See C. E. Howe, JHWhiteSt. RENT:"" Three rooms and bath

THIS CONVENIENT WEEKLY PAYMENT ,1 invited to attend and ,help this ere and family. S uI" &' Mary Ford. Rawleteh's. Live Dept.! Oak, FAK-27fl-U7.Fla. or write ftirnlshed.furnchtd apartment. Utililk"!

PLAN WILL MAKE IT EASY % young couple out. The shower is Mrs. T. H. Edwards, is now a 5:15 Mon.. Jon! James; Tues p Memphtu, Tfnn. 4tp 11/%% .96.T.. Mrs.Private L. D.. entrance.Green Rairl Ph..n.

to be, given by Lela Mae and representative of the Madison Buddy Morrow; Wed., Patti Page; FOR SALE-Ufed 17 Inch T.V. Set : Road. !tchg.5FOR :!

TO HAVE A MERRY CHRISTMAS Grace Lang. S Paint Co. of Cleveland, Ohio. Her Thur. Guy Mitchell; Fri., Glen >4* ,S at Shepherd' tfchg S..UE-CIOJle"'ln valuable 'income '

NEXT YEAR. "Ish, Brant, Duval County late husband was a salesman for Gray. FOR RENT Unfurnished apart- property. Wonderful bud in I

Superintendent of Public Instruction this company and her many 5:30 Mon, Bobby Dukoff; Tues, ment at liiii N. Walnut St.. :3 large Box ltCaUnn.au- .Easy t'rtnsWrlte ('
CBradfod -
I that Wed Gordon rooms and bath. Also nice for : Co. Tel
and Gene friends will be glad to know Anna Alberghetti; graph. It"h;
Stokes i
buslnesa office. Redecorated In-
We cordially invite you to use this service which is : School Board member 'from the.. she is now representing them. We I Jenkins; Thur.Dinah Shore; Frl, side. Mrs. A. F. Sauls. (33 McMahon FOR SALE-Sht, Red Tamworth
wish her luck. Frank Sinatra. St.. or phone 183-W. tft-hg
Maxville Hol's. F. C
District visited, the Hodges Kt Z. Box 6-
for the and Mrs. and 5:45 Mon. Mitch Miller Tues. Stark8't
I convenience of our customers and friends. school last Thursday "afternooninsoectin Guy Frigo ; REAL ESTATE I
i the children of Jacksonville Doth and Nelson Riddle; Wed.. McGuire F.r all y.or Real Estate Xee4 fJR: KEST-Small apartment with .
? existing facilities

You will be pleasantly surprised to see how easy it. and land of the present school. Truby row Harris Griffis and of' Lawtey Leroy Wood-Griff'L'Jdinner : Sisters Four Aces.; Thur.. Sammy Kaye; Fri, :is Tenftle HARRY Aie.C.See ELlIOt Starke. Fla. bath in Bt. duplex.|S5 monthly.To.businessman 228 W. Madison U'wodan. ,
$25.00 $50.00 $100.00 for Christmas will be taken on the Umbeu were guests Sunday of 6:00 Third Edition (news). _fOlWa 1.latlnc. 1."U..4. tfrhg,: Itcbf
or standing on the -
Mrs. Fannie 'Griffis.Mrs. 6:15 The Service Show. ONE BEDROOM furnished apart S
in the very near future so the ments for rent. Phone 1(5, W. T, SALB-Used 21 Inch TV' only
T. H. Edwards visited with 6:30: What-A-Burger Show. ul.n at Shepherd' Radio and
December. JOIN TODAY.AH land can be cleared off and the her daughter, Mrs. J. J. Malloy. 7:55 News and Sign OILS Jackson. tfchu TV. tfcb

Protected S low place filled.in. in Jacksonville last Suesday. Saturday HOUSE FOR RENT-InquIre Unlo
Deposits are by Federal Deposit t'.lnsur ) FURNISHED
Some Pn Station. tfcttamt APARTMENTs at re-
of the Maxville people We regret that Miss Minnie Zell]I Same schedule as above except duced monthly rate. for couplesor

attending the Jacksonville Fair Groves, has.been seriously ill forth 1 to 6 p.m. Road Show. Fan. a.. B..11I..1 Proer- with one child. 'AH COD'en-
Saturday night were Mr. and last,'week at her home here. Sunday ty Free OteR Ll.tiacaJ nnlen ea. Close ta. w. H. Xoil-
COMMUNITY STATE BANK of .kale Haaoea )ReBrcMatatlvc man 22 W. Madison St. Starke.
Mrs. J, C. Nolan and. .family Theron Groves and his son 7:30 Sign on. Religious programs P. O. Baa 307 Starke Fla. tfchff
Mr. and Mrs. C.:B.*- 'Nolan and Johnny of Maeclenny: nephews until 1 pjn. S ML"; S. HObart pm 301 '-82831 Pkae WaU t(

"Introducing Christmas Saving Club in Starke family. Howard Durrance Patty of Dan Groves. weredinner. guests 1 to 6 p.m.-The Sunday Show, ----; FOR: F ENT-Furiahed apartmentwith

PamiLh. Sonny r.ov: Griffis.' Ginger Sunday of ;Mr. and 'Mrs. Don: _6 to 8 p.ri1.-Same schedule H.I i I PORTABLE TYPF.WRITERS: Xo hat; hot water.'Ra* and rlrrirlclty -
down payment $1 per week: furnished. %.
Apply at 'Apt. I
S I -CannonShirler Wilkinson- ,Groves: aDd famfly. ,week days. S -- .. ,-,,.. Bradford County Telegraph. U 59i B., BrOYillleel'lI.olllZUa. Up
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t ,t. tfTffTTTTtTTTTTTTTTTYTTTLAWTEY Brenda Martin of Starke, and I ville.Mr. Monday.Mr. Friends of Miss Jennie Lou' 'Y"YY9"Y..YYYY' jelly, and coffee. Those attending the Parrishes. .

Master David Eunice. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and and Mrs. Arvis Kirklandand Hodges, now Mrs. A. M. Tulton, were Mrs. Rosa Pinholster, !r Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Elzey and]

% Bootsie Starling of Oklahomais family of St. Augustine were family with the J. B. Kirk- and Miss Geneva Hodges, now BROOKERBy Mrs. Tim Rodgers, Mrs. Lawrence children, and Mrs. Stella Seats

visiting his parents Mr. and weekend guests of :Mrs. John land family of Starke, v.ere' in Mra W. A. Fieder will be inter- Wiggins, Mrs. W. T. Blair, Mrs. were sightseeing in St. Augustine

Mrs. Wilmot Starling, and sister, Shuford and Dave. Ocala for a visit with Mr. and I ested to know 'that they are now W. L. Douglas, Mrs. Dennis last Sunday.The .
By Miss Patricia. i Miss Elizabeth Terry, Miss Mrs. Wilmer Kirkland. 'residents of Ocala and both have lodge, and Miss Dorothy Ross. WMS met Tuesday night

&...... &A A&&jfwoyyAdkln.4i A. I Mary Julia Futch, Mrs. Joyce Mrs. Doris Dansen returned to fond memories of their stay in The next meeting will be Tues., Nov. 12, at the church with the
Mrs. D.
Mrs. James Waters, '
I Futch and Ralph were attending her home on Sunday after spend- Lawtey many years ago. They Mr. and Dec. 10. program presented by Mrs. Wilson
Mrs. Cecil Melvin
) Vows Jones, Miss Merle Higginbotham, to business in Jacksonville on ing several days in a Palatka with their children visited Mrs.A. and Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Tomlinson Green, Mrs. L. L. Dyal, Mrs. H.
children visited
Said In Evening Kites Donald Ray Griffis and Elmer William Fowlers and son and :Mildred Feagle and i C. Mrs. M. O. )
for visitwith iH. Douglas, Harrell
t Saturday and stopped a hospital.Mrs. Harley Sr. on Friday. They
In but beautiful ceremony attended the Fairin in Hampton last Sunday.Mr. .
a simple Higginbotham Mr. and
Sprass Kirk
Sprass of and Mrs. Dot Norton. The WMS
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Dur- of
Ira were neighbors the
at 1 Padgett of Tallahassee Harleys and Mrs. R. G. Crosby of
on Saturday evening Jacksonville on Saturday Green Cove
Springs were Sunday meets each second Tuesday and
is visiting her son, Erlie Pad- when here. Fairbanks and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur -
o'clock in Faith Baptist Church evening.Mrs. ham.Mr. ,dinner guests of the G. W. Dav- everyone is cordially invited to at.
white and Mrs. Lonnie Teston gett, and family.Mr. Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr. spent Addison and child en of Jacksonville ises.
which was decorated with Afternoon guests were Mr. tend.
Nancy Keene is Pndingthis spent last weekend with Mr. and and Mrs. Othma Normanand the weekend with Mr., and Mrs. were Sunday afternoon
gladioli and white chrysanthemums Jacksonville with and Mrs. B. J. Waters and son of Sunday dinner guests of the W.
week in Irs., R. A. Melton in Ocoee and family were Sunday dinner} A. H. Harley Jr. in Starke. guests of Mrs. S. M. Mott.
Gainesville.The .
Miss Sophia Irene Ad- Mr. E. Bighams were the L. L. Har-
her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Tyner in San- Mr. and Mrs.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. LaurieCarter Eugene Crosby
kins, daughter of E. S. Adkina Brooker Garden Club will dee family of Jacksonville. Saturday
visited the R. C. Howards in Jacksonville -
and the late :Mrs. Adkins, be- Howard Martin and son ford.Brooks and family in Jackson- >' meet Friday night, Nov. 22, at 8 guests of the Bighams were
Mrs. Starling of Jackson- ville. While there visited last weekend and little o'clock in the !
Ross they Community Cen- Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Quarrels and
came of Titusville spent the weekend ville visited his aunt Mrs. Senie Mrs. Bettie ohns, Mr. and Mrs. Jean Howard returned home with ter. All members are urged to at- I daughter of Waycross, Ga.
Massey son of Rev. and :Mrs. A. with her mother, :Mrs. Mandy them for a few visit.
Prevatt, on Friday. Marvin Wood, and Mr. and Mrs. days Garden Club To Meet
E. Massey.The Manning.Mr. Mrs. Selma Eunice and Mr. Charles Wyman. By tin. D. E. run Mrs. Shirley Overturf and chil- tend.Mrs.. L. L. Parker, a patient in I The Brooker Garden Club will

ceremony was solemnizedby and Mrs. Bryant Tucker and Mrs. J. S. Eunice and son Guests at the Leonard Prevatt dren of Atlanta, -Ja. are spendinga 1 the Gainesville hospital, is much 'meet Friday night, Nov. 22, in

the Rev. Mr. Mawey, fatherof and family of Fernandina, and had as guests during the week- home on Sunday were Rev. &LLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAStork few days with the L. L. Par i. improved and hopes to return the Community C nte!. Mrs. Ann

the bridegroom Nuptial musicwas Mrs. Leona Edwards were Sun- end Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lane and George Chism of Moniac! Ga., Showers kers.Mrs. home soon.J. Kleinman will present the pro-

presented by Miss Mary day dinner guests of Mr. and daughter of Deland, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Prevatt and Mrs. Annie Wilkerson of Law- Mattie Sowells andMrs.. L. Thomas of Foley, Ala. vis-1 gram with holiday table 'settings

Julia Futch of Tallahassee.The : Mrs. Carl Edwards and family inlatnesville. !' Mrs. J. O. Willis, Mrs. Eunice son and the W. B. Scoggins of S tey was honored with a stork Viola Gillis visited Mrs. Bedia ited his mother, Mrs. Grover and decorations as her theme. All
bride given in marriage Connely in Tallahassee last week. Thomas, last week. and
Prevatt, and Mrs. t Sharon Ann Starke. shower Thursday evening, Nov. members are urged to
by her brother, A E. Adkins of' They all went on to Panama Cityto J. M. Hines of
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Coleman of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Louin Reddingand 14, at the home of Mrs. A. C. Mississippi was bring a friend. Hostesses will be
Starke wore a light blue taffeta and son were in.Key'tone! :Mra Lane were carrying their family had as guests duringthe Dennison in Hampton.Mrs. visit Mrs. Dot Whitton and the weekend guest of his parents, Mrs. Lucy Edwards and Mrs. Jean
dress with hat to match, and family. I Mr.
visit Mrs. D. A. Hines.
for Douglas.
Heights on Sunday daughter Karen (who has polio)
weekend Mr. and Mrs. Her- Wilkerson is the daughter ,
., Mrs. H. O. Brown and Mrs.
carried a bouquet of white car- I Kay Emerson of Bland was the
Frank Jones family. "
with the to Warm Springs, Ga. for a bert Redding and daughters of or'Lorin Brown.Refreshments Mary Green attended Homecomingat
nations. Friday of Linda
overnight guest
Mrs. Louis H. Hill and Harold
month. Green Cove and Vivian FOR DEPENDABLE
of cookies and the Methodist Church in Sue Thomas.We .
Her only attendant was Miss Pearce are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stein- of
Redding Jacksonville.Mr. S
cold drinks were served the Worthington Springs last .Sun-
I by are sorry to hear that Bet-
Jean Moore of Heilbronn, who Nathan Blount and .Mr. and houser of South Jacksonville -
and Mrs. Tip Courson, and<; hostess. day. ty Thomas is a patient in Doctors
Termite Control
was attired in a beige suit. Her Mrs. Graydon Jones and family dinner of
were Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Harley Waldronand Mrs. Altie Allen and Mrs. G. Hospital in Starke. Understandshe
Mrs. F. P. Lott was honoredwith
flowers! were blue and white .in Fort Myers. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders.Mr. family of Jacksonville spent Rhoden of Jacksonville visited is better and hopes to be home
stork shower
carnations. The St. Clair Griffis family and Mrs. Bob Hutchinsonof Sunday with the Robert Waldron a Friday evening their aunt, Mrs. Rufus Green, last O Household & Commercial
Edward Lee Massey served as and Charles Griffis attended the Nov: 15, at he home of soon.Mr.
Keystone Heights were Saturday family.Mr. Sunday. and Mrs. H. E. Stokes and Pest Control
best man for his brother. singing Convention at Pine Valley evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Griffis I Mrs. Horace May in Hampton. William Hinton of Oldsmar visited Mrs. Mattie Sowells visited Mrs.

Out of town guests were Mr. on Sunday. and Mrs. Glen Shuford.Mr. and son of Orlando spent the Following the opening of gifts, his daughter, Cherie, last Copeland in Lake City last week- I Grove SprayingCall

end Mrs. Cecil Stalnaker and Mrs. Mattie Carter and familyhad : and Mrs. R. C. Keene and weekend with the Ernest Raulerson refreshments were served. weekend. end and attended the meeting at FR. R-80S5
daughter of Biooker, Mrs. Doro- as guests!' during the weekend family of Jacksonville spent family. School NewsInfluenza We wish to extend a welcometo Salem Primitive Baptist Church.

thy Dowdy of state Farm, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Carterof Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Miss Jackie Bales with Mr. absences have eased Rev. James Temple and family Mrs. Viola Gillis is visiting Mrs.
Florida Control
and Mrs. D. S. Kite and Mr. and Clay Hill and Mrs. Christobel Hilliard. and Mrs. Red Alvarez and daughter off this week at Hampton Elementary who moved into the pastorium John Eddie in Waldo this week. Pest

Mrs. A. E. Adkins of Starke, E. Valenti of Jacksonville.Mrs Rev. and Mrs. E. P. Sheets and and Mr. and Mrs. Harold School, from last week's last Saturday. Rev. Temple is Airman 3-c Kenneth Parrish of & Chemical Co.

S. Adkins! and family of Heil- Commodore Crews and daughter, Mrs. Sam Hicks, and Norman spent Saturday at the high of :33 absent, down to 12 "on now installed as pastor of the Tyndal AFB, Panama City visitedhis

bronn, and Miss Mary Julia daughter, Hilda, !surprised Miss Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hilliard attended Scrub. :Monday of this week. Brooker Baptist Church. parents the Lee Parrishes, 24 N. W. 16th Ave.,
Futch of Tallahassee.Mr. Vera Crews with Bobby Hinton of Gainesvillewas last weekend. Mrs. Onie Rauler- Gainesville, Florida
a birthday Mrs.
the New River Associational George Shuford Mrs. Mrs. Virginia Faile, third and
and Mrs. Massey! plan to party on Saturday evennig. A- Hymn Sing at Raiford on Howard Norman and family, and fifth grade teacher .was absenton ,Greens.a Sunday 'guest of the G. E. son of Orlando is also a guest of -

make their home in Naples bout 25 young people were pre- Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Mrs. Buddy Norman were in Monday of last week, with i Jean and Edward Endicott of -
where Mr. Massey is associated Jacksonville Mrs. Gertrude Slade substitut- I .
sent.The O. J. Anders, Mrs. Glen on Sunday for a Gainesville ere overnight guests
with the Southeastern Gas Co. Clyde Hiatt family visited Shuford. and Mrs. Sam Hicks visit with Mrs. Lois Carter and ing. Mrs. Janie H. Noe sixth and ,of their grandmother, Mrs. Amanda -I

Rev. and Mrs. C, B. North of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Truedor in were shopping in Jacksonville on Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Aquair and seventh grade teacher. was absent I-ewis last Saturday. I

High Springs attended servicesat Cedar Key on Sunday.Mr. Tuesday and were.luncheon daughter.Mrs. on Monday of this week Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emory of THIS

the Methodist Church, on Sun- and Mrs. Benton Futch guests of Mrs. Marion Mars. Leonard Norman of High- with illness in the family, and Palatka visited Mrs. Eva Harrell (.1

day. Rev. North filled the pulpitIn and son of Starke came over Mr. and Mrs. C. W. DeHavenof land and Mrs. Cha.rleMosley! of Mrs. Barbara Hill substituted. over the weekend.Mr. .

the absence of the pastor, Rev. Friday evening and accompanied Green Cove spent SundaJ withR. Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. The Community extends sympathy and Mra. Willie Short of was
Troy M. Wakefieldl: They were Mrs. Joyce Futch to Baldwinto L. McCall. Vaughn Prescott on Sunday.Mr. to the Clyde Hersey fam- Gainesville visited Mrs Amanda

dinner guests!, of Mr. and Mrs. meet Miss Mary Julia Futch as The Josie Starlings .had as and Mrs. M. L. McCauleyof ily of Theressa, in the death of Lewis and the Malcolm Lewises

Truby Wainwright and had sup- she came from Tallahassee by Sunday dinner guests 'Mr. and Daytona spent Friday evening Mrs. Hersey. Four of the Hersey last Sunday.

per with the HC.. Harley family. car with some friends. Mrs W. C. Hardee of Callahan. with the R. H. McCauley family. sons are students at Hampton Mrs. Edna Hayes 0. C. Hayes

Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Pick and Mr. ,and Mrs. Glen Crews of Viistors at the W. Fred Moore R. H. McCauley left Sunday for School. and friend Mike of Gainesville DO YOUR SHOPPING

family were in Lake City on 'Raiford spent the weekend with home during the weekend were Daytona where he will be em- : Teachers of the school will attend visited the* Guy. :Harrells last Sun- .
Sunday for a, visit with Mr. and Mrs. Commodore Crews and Mrs. W. H. Edwards- <"i"and' David ; ployed. the Bradford Education Association day. X ...:;: :'..,. .' .4

Mrs. Bud Carter. daughters.Mrs. Moore of Jacksonville and Mrs. I Mrs. Effie Miner spent Sundayin in Starke on Friday Allen Lewis''visited friends in 9,

Mr. and } rs. Rudy Higgin- James Phillips and Billy Torode, of Gainesville.Mr. Leesburg with Mr. and Mrs. afternoon, Nov. 22, at 3 p. m. St. Augustine last weekend.
botham and baby of Maxville! daughter, of Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Stalling of AT
Cheryle Ann, and Mrs. Andrew Frank Wells and daughter. Hampton school will be recessed
'Rev. H. H. Mott attended
and -
spent Saturday night and Sun- Staike were Saturday overnight and had Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley and Thursday and Friday next week Anthony
as Thursday HOMEOne
the State Baptist -
day with Mr and Mrs. Nathan guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. family were Sunday dinner for Thanksgiving vacation. '
I guests their
swn Wesley in Pensacola last week.
Starling: Phillips. I of Jacksonville. guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Personal
family On Sunday The Brooker Home Demonstration -
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennettand Mrs. J. S. Eunice and Mrs. '' Johns. Mrs. Nita Johnson, Mrs. A. C.
I' another son, James and fam- I. Club met in the Community ( of a ,.erIe. of timely messages
daughters and Mrs. L. S. Roy Southerland visited Mr. and
Mrs. Mrs. Hamilton
ily visited them. H. H. Dennison, and Mrs. Marklee Nor- Center on Nov. 12, and the ladies
Smith of Starke visited the Eunice's grandmother in a Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ray and I were in Gainesville on Tuesday man and children left Sundayfor were instructed in the art of bak- telling why, more than ever before -

Johnny Bennett family at the convalescent home on family of Jacksonville visited afternoon for a visit with heir a few days' visit in Ft. My- ing whole wheat rolls. New of- this Christmas you should do your shopping -

State Farm on Sunday. Monday.Mr. Vernie Padgett and daughterson son Norman, and family, and at- ers with Mrs. Frankie Jean ficers elected for the coming year at HOME!)

Miss Gloria Wilkinson of Jacksonville and Mrs. V. L. Starlingand Sunday evening.Mr. tended a symphony recital at Keyes and family.Mr. were: Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins,

i spent the weekend with family spent Saturday with the University of Florida in the and Mrs. Edward Saxonare president; Mrs. W. T. Blair, vice

the Bennett Wilkinson family. Mrs. Alma Starling in Starke. and Mrs. D. A. Jones were evening.Mrs. the parents of a daughter, president; Mrs. Tim Rodgers,, # 4 -'-- ---;

Mrs. D. R. Stone and family Mrs. Troy Bennett and Gary business visitors to Jacksonvilleon Clemie Lee of Enigma, Rebecca Joy, born Friday,. Nov. secretary; Mrs. Dave Green,, I '

of Jacksonville spent last Mon- had as guests!' during the weekend Wednesday. Ga. and Joel English of Jacksonville 15, at Bradford County hospital. treasurer; Mrs. Lottie Edwards,, ,TMIcE BUiLbE S

day with Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Mis. Bobby Bennett and Mrs. B. H. Herring of Jack- were weekend guests of Mr. This is the second girl for the Sunshine Treasurer: and Mrs. $

Jones and daughters.Mr. !sons' and Mrs. L. M. Griffin, of sonville visited Mr. and Mrs. J. and Mrs. R. L. Lee and family Saxons. Dennis Hodge, publicity. At the UPPLJES

and Mrs. Lee Green and Daytona Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Eunice on Wednesday. The Lawtey PTA held its regu- Carl Andrews of Winter Haven close of the meeting the memberswere .

daughters had as' guests during Taylor and family of Starke, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Duncan lar monthly meeting on Tuesday visited his aunt, :Mrs. Jessie served the whole wheat rolls, 44

the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Daniel and Mrs. Donald Bennett and 1 and family of Tallahassee, visit- evening in the school cafeteria, Chastain, in Hampton Sunday. children of Jacksonville visitedin

Bessant of-Jacksonville, Miss Sons, and Troy Bennett of Titus- ed the Frank Cruce family on with Mrs. D. A. Jones, president, Overnight guests last week with Hampton with her parents,

in charge. After the treasurer 'Mrs. Cha'ttaiJwere Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Johnson, last
reported that a substantial a- I J. L. Dowling of Daytona Beach.
'. ., ,_ .......-w........ .....,., .' ______ weekend, while her husband was
"' W''' ''''' '-'' v'
'' ':<:* _::r-,. v.:" mount had been added to the Mrs. T. F. Brown and
: ,.. ...--_ ...." ont,>>"."...'" grandson on a hunting trip in Ocala Na-
.... .,,, treasury, since the Halloween Randall Brown, spent Sun- tional Forest with Robert Cox.
i' .tifi:;: ::::. :;.' Carnival, it was decided to pur- day in Starke with Mrs. D. W. Levi Rhoden is moving soon
:': ): chase motion
a Moore.
picture screen into the house two doors from .
t and a microscope for the school. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Brown the postoffice, formerly occupiedby 1 .

There were about 25 members attended the funeral of Mrs. his brother W. E. Rhoden.He ; -.-,___

_ I ::;' present. Mrs. G. W. Roberts, Mrs. Brown's brother-in-law, in Waldo has been living on a farm 'h

4 w...... ...... 1) '' 't R. E. Lee and Mrs. H. a'Kelly Sunday.Mr. east of Hampton, and is presently -
\"s: :>: : "i. .
: served as hostesses. Mrs. George Williams doing repair work on the

+ < ,C ), 2'Y IV Marvin Thompson of Jackson- visited the Ed Durban family in :, house in Hampton before mov-

'\' ville visited the Roy Griffis family Lawtey Sunday afternoon.Mr. Carl Lamar Johns, Davis Gassett, Mrs. Lou
I; ) ... t on Sunday. and Mrs. Hershel Parker ingMrs..
Mary Sweeney and Earl Hilendahl, and Eston Jordan of the Starke
Mrs. L. S. Tanner and family drove to Birmingham last week- Matchett of Gainesville visited
and Mrs. Bill Zack were in Jack- end to attend the funeral of in Hampton Sunday and. attended Builders Supplies .

sonville on Sunday to see Mr.. Mrs. Parker's sister. services at Hampton Christian

\ $ \ \ and Mrs. Jack Lindsey. Mrs. Arnold Haddock and two Church Sunday evening.

R C. Bryant spent from Thursday -

until Monday with Mr. and Rolling Dollar will never roll back your
Mrs. G. F. Thompson at Silver
Springs.Mr. way if you start it out of town. The minute

and Mrs. Johnny Crawfordof CASH FOR you do this you have bid it goodbye on its

Macclenny were Sunday din- journey to some other community whose

ner guests of the Guy Futch loyal citizens will anchor it there.

family.Mrs. Mattie Henderson' had as

: ":" ,. guests during the weekend Mr. Boosting a town requires something else
and Mrs. Ralph Smart and
daughters -
besides sentiment. You are only doing your
and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. .
Cannon and family of Jackson- civic duty when you work from, EVERY

ville. angle to make this the best community

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins of center you know of. Spending your money

St. Augustine spent the weekend here is one of the surest ways you can help.In .
with Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkinsand
rb the Carl Carters They at- CASH PRICES

tended football game in Gainesville
on Saturday afternoon. this approaching Christmas' season why

+, 66 Dealers have the Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Crews not make a test case and see if you cannot

Phillips and family and Mr and Mrs. J. PAID satisfy all your gift needs right here in

\ <5 Nicest Customers I T. Padgett spent Sunday in Clay ; .. Starke. In doing so, you will be saving time,

a Hill with the Marklee Padgetta gasoline, mileage on your car, and wear and
: Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Prevatt tear on your nervous system-trying to
We've noticed that one way to get people to be nice to us Is brought Mrs. Susie Prevatt to
6 DAYS find
PER WEEK ; a parking space and fighting the
'iZ to be nice to them. her home aUer she had visited .
!. I crowds in the nearby city.
"4, Ai Phillips 66 Stations the customer learns early that she'llbe them for several days in }{oul-

"S treated right. Phillips 66 Service includes having your car trie. Raymond Prevatt has entered AT

S ,. S brushed out the windows cleaned all the way around a hospital in Rome, Ga
and tires checked. It means friendliness courtesy -
( your battery Miss Ola
': .' Mae Phillips and
a sincere desire to please you! And, best of all, you will be helping your
: Billy Gaskins were in Callahan on
\ ,>>.. .:., Drive in soon at your neighborly Phillips 66 Dealer' In the Sunday to see Mr. and Mrs. Leslie STATE FARMERS MARKET home town merchants build their businessso

__:_'" service he offers as in the product he sells, he knows It's Phillips and their new baby that they can keep enlarging their stocks
'.v performance that counts I William until supply
son. Bryan. you can your every need right

\ S. PHiliPS Pirtouuft COMPANY Mrs. Mary Reddish had as here in Starke, with no thought of having

S S3O af1'hS'a f r .- Brown Sunday Godwin guests and Mrs., children Jimmy of J. R. Wainwright Produce Co. to look elsewhere to find what you want.

ON THE HIGHWAY the State Farm and Mrs .Eve
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NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Rev. Washington who was a '; 1en'a I II
faithful member of this Choir 8 I Clothing.
group Friday-Adult practice I ALVAREZ' STORE :
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY while he was in Starke. Sister p.m I I 1 s tabl'isEed 18UV II

\ / CHURCH NEWSMethodist -.. ..... -..... .. .. ..- ..;:;.- -- Washington ''was'also member Sunday-Church School, 9:45 :. .- __ 0 -
; By Ozora J. Shell of the Circle. Don't forget prayer a.m.; Morning Worship Service, tr ."" -

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i night. Remember-all the sick and Congregational meeting immediately -
Rev. Washington Funeralized j today., shut-in as a part of your 'Chris after! the morning service; Madison Street Baptist Church

I'' Last rites were held for Rev. Church News tian duty and work in HoW oilth Fellowships 6 Evening ,
Church At The Tabernacle p.m.; "" ""'
R.. J. Washington, Sr. former Ebenezer" Baptist Church Lincoln Mission. Gladys Blye, ,jeporler.Carnation Worship'service, final review (Presently Meeting. Washington. and- Grand Sis.- )
1 i !i. pastor of Allen Chapel, Starke: City reports a delightful Social Saving ot '"Christians.* Are Citizens," 7:30
Sunday-Church School for all .
The Adult Bible Class of the on Monday at the Methodist. serv e'last Sunday, Rev. London jlegular ; was held at Good Singing Forceful Preafchhig
9:45 meeting : -
ages : ; Morning Worship, 11; Gospel Tabernacle Is finding the pjn.
Church in Greenville, Fla. Sev- of'"Ocala was in charge. -t
the home Mrs.
"Dina-a-Mite" for 1IYF 6:15: ; of Queen EstherGreen Union j
Book of Collosians interesting Thursday'- Thanksgiving
j most eral members of the church attended Other visitors included Deacon EACH LORD's'DA r ..
on Pine Street. A deliciousmenu ,
Worship and business meetings '
i as, like the Bereans, they service, 10 a.m. (First Presbyterian
the funeral. A resolutionand Johnny Coleman, Dea. Osley,
for Intermediates and and Senior "search the was served, and plans were
:MYP 6:45: ; Evening Worship, Visitors from North scriptures Carolina daily. flowers were sent and many Rev. and Mrs. Peoples all of completed for the monthly four- Church.) Sunday School -____________._ 9:45 -A.M.
7:30. other condolences to Mrs. Na6mi Ocala, and Jessie Osley of Green
and Gainesville attended the Washington and Combs Cove th Sunday visit to a community: St. Edwards Church I Morning Worship -__________________.:....31:00 AJtf.
Tuesday-WSCS Prayer Group, family. Springs. church. The group will worshipat ,
Sunday morning service.
Funeral Directors of Lake City Sister Lonnie Gibbs,
9:30: a.m. president at A Chapel A. M. -Church
Sunday arternoon members of was in charge ,of arrangements.Rev. of Choir No. 1 is: inviting the on Sunday at -'11 a. m. A large St. Edward's, Starke: Sunday Training Union ________________-___ 6:15 i. i.
Wednesday Hour forages
6-12. 3:30- Story the B. P. W. C., holding their Washington served as minister : general public to see and hear don .tiod is ,always given bV the Mass, 9:30 a. nu Holy: Jay Masses, Evening Worship ____________,_____ 7:30 Y.l\1.
: ; Prayer <
Meeting, 7130.: p.m. district meeting in starke, visited in Starker for two frears, Deacon Melvin Grace who will club; members.f Mrs. Obreanr Mc- 6:30 and 8:30: a. m. Catechism : ,Prayer, Services & Business Meeting, Wed. 7:30: P,. t

Thursday-Youth Choir rehearsal the Tabernacle to view, ,the during this period he suffered appear' at', RJE High School on Neil, president, ft. B..' ohen.'reporter. Class for children. every Saturday 1 T \ J_<___ __ _____ ,
I Oil Painting "The Feast Of Bels veral severe attacks ''of illriesaHe the fourth Sunday night for the .9:30: ,a. m.-: Visifor
6:30: pm.; Chancel Choir reNearsal shazzar." ; Neighbor; Friend Let This Be A Cordial Invitation
was dutiful and faithful un- benefit of the church choir. We Card Of Thanks St. William's Keystone '
.7:30: p.m. A private office is being set til his death( even though he had have recently purchased a new Heights (follow Hhr ay 21 southto To Worship In Starke's Youngest Church
The morning worship service is 1 The family of the lateSilvia. : ;.r\liar 4
in the P. O. W. been relieved of t St. William sign Sunday Mass
up Annex for active duty by piano and will appreciate your 'I
broadcast over Station WRGR Scott of Alachua wishes to Nursery open for all serviceS Room' for-all
handling of closing business affairs the Bishop of the Church. We attendance in order to help us I thank the (April-October) 8:15: a. m.; (No I
every Sunday from 11:30: until many friends fortheir
of Quigley and Davb. extend our heartfelt sympathy to pay for it. Other local talent vember-March) 11 a. m. on 1st,
noon. If you are without a churchwe i Sister N. E. Washington and will be presented on this pro assistance and condolences 3rd, 5th Sundays;' 8:15: 'on 2nd REV. JACK :H. 'MA BRY, :JR;, Pastor ;
invite you to worship in our during their sorrow.
church. Lutheran Services family. Persons wishing to sendbelated gram. Rev. Roberts ads also a and 4tb Sundays. Holyday i Mass, .
I thanks to
Rev. W. Walker for P. T. NOLIN School
CorifessfoVs' tfelore; Sunday
7:30 all
if.i -- 122. E. expressions may use the guest at the' church on Snnday. the a. m.
Washington St. comforting sermon and the
following address' 1 Box We Masses. .
: Route are still searching for a goodpastor Hughes Chestnut funral directors
GAY'SHome Regular service will be held 94, Greenville Fla. so come out and hear the for their efficient services. ,
every Sunday afternoon at Visits Relathes visiting ministers : ---
2:30: at each regular May God bless all of you is our
; oclock; Sunday School and Confirmation Mrs. Lula Jones, faithful member service 'on Sunday. Sis Thel- ,. I
AppliancesYour prayer.-The Scott Family.RISING I : -- '. r...;:....
classes; at 3 oclock. of Mt. Moriah Methodist m'a Coleman, secretary,. Sis. Ra-' I

Friendly The Rev. Myron G. Mader, pas Church visited her son, Sgt.. nell English, reporter. ...................TYY1.r 1 r
tor of The First Lutheran Church Cecil Ellis and family in Columbia New_ Bethel Baptist Church :!
Norge DealerS of Ocala will conduct the S. C. While there she .celebrated Rev. A. Vinson pastor, held W E Every f : a;

services.All her birthday at the PostExchange men's Day all day which wa .. -- .
NQRGE APPLIANCES persons without a home in Camp Jackson, S- successful. The cap'.ains f .
church are invited to attend. C. She reported a delightful 'vacation the states made fine reports. All By Sirs. Gordon Jones .. .

MAYTAG WASHERS but glad to be back home. collections by other departments S .WUTAUUA W.lAU.1 :'
COLEMAN' IIKATERS and LAWTEY CHURCH OF CHRIST "There is no place like Starke" of the church were \' ry' good 1
FLOOR FURNACESWe (presently meeting in City Hall says Sister Jones. reported for the ,b lding'' fund of bliss Nancy Manni of Starke 1 i

Sunday-Bible study 10 a m., Donation DayThursday the ,church was, 65094. 'Mother was Wednesday night guest 9tMiss I t r?:
Service All MakesOf worship, 11 a. m.EveningYoung. Nov. 21, Is '"Do Sophia Royal; was general chairman Carolyn Jones! 1"
Appliances people's Bible nation Day" at Florida Normal and wishes to''thank all Weekend guests of Robert WITH EVERY PURCHASE OF ..
study, 7; preaching, 7:30. Industrial Memorial _members and friends that Norman
College St. helped were Mrs. Willie Jones,,
Phone 10 .Wednesday-Bible study, 7:30p. Augustine. All members of Bethel to make this program a great I,I Mrs. Maggie Norman, and Mrs.
m. have been asked to donate success. ,According toDe con Maude Morris, of Gainesville, Kerosene- Oil
Starke, Florida Radio programstation or
one No. 2 can of tomatoes. Onlya Julius Royal, chairman of the and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman
WRGR, Monday, 6:3.0: a. m.
few deacon board and: ,
very cans were broughtto Men's. Day will; son of Mulberry.
'I church last Sunday. Sister be held Sunday Deacons' Green Sunday dinner guests of Mr. "R 7 i 3

That's Our i Jenkins and other members of and Marshall are co-chairme n. ,arid Mrs. Gordon Jones were ttte DURING THE 1957.58 WINTER SEASON :I
BusinessIf the Missionary Society will attend : They are asking all officers-a n3'\ Edward Normans of
It's Glass We Have Iii! ;, this meeting and carry the members 'to do their full duty and the Thurman Jones Lady family YOUR TANK WILL BE CHECKED REGULARLY j jt
CALL WRITE or VISIT donations. and try to makes 'good: report of Starke.
Sports next feuiicfay night. Women of .J.:: .*O IMJ .ft-. '"> >
Coach Elmer Shell will the church are asked to contribute 1 We are sorry to report that I: AND FILLED AS NEEDED 'tCALLUS
present Mrs. Mack
< Norman
Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR has been in '
the also. T
first Deacon
exhibition Hankerson,
game a Jacksonville hospital, but is ...,
of the season on Tuesday night, supt. of the Sunday School, is home now and
ANY GLASS NEED Nov. 26, at 7:30 p. m. The RJE asking each class to report at TODAY FOR COMPLETE :1

We Design Modern Store Fronts Tigers and Tigert'ttesill be least $3 each Sunday from now + ,9'

Just Mail Us A Pattern for challenged by local stars such as until Christmas so, that you may t '

-. Table Tops '}[oot" and Amandalene Chandler have a bigger and better, Christmas ; JOHNS OIL CO. 'W

1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fhu Phone FR. 2-4353 LaGree Easley, MosJey. ":4Tro'' Tree and Program' starting I
and many other outstanding this Sunday. Joan Jenkins: re 6tJ TOGH }'niENDLYN ILLIl'S66 JOBBER : :
players of RJE. A small porter. I

.. fee will be collected: at the entrance Antioch Baptist Church, Rev.George .. ....": Phone 12 743 SDu1hl 'alnut St. : F' .f' 'ox

of the gym. Coach Butler] Lee pastor, will hold regular f IJQUtD ; Z
is drilling the girls for this contest service on the first Sun ?
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH which promises to be very day. Due to Women's Day the GNES...". ...... .'.t

interesting. Prizes will be awarded installation services were postponed FROM ALL THOSE MISERIES S&H Green Stamps Also Given At Phillips 66 Stations

STARKE, FLORIDA to the holders of the but will be held soon. We 0II1IAItI.1O.( ST/OP'lOLlS .J "

lucky tickets Come one, come regret the illness of Sister Arata _. -- -- ,_-_ L
all. Refreshments will be available Williams, supt. of the Sunday .
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor School, member of the choir and ,-- -- -i. :

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Home Again a faithful worker. We hope that -

Phones Office 234 Pastorium '130 Miss Dorothy Wilson, graduate she will soon be up and out a- 'f
of RJE has returned to Stark i ga in. She is also employed at .
after an extended the Bradford Elementary lunch
stay in al-
Sufidsy Sermons) >> : 11.00: A,1\I. .8:00 P.M.\
: lahassee. She i is the only daughter .. room.
,Sunday School 9:15 A.k\ Training Union 6:45 P.M.\ of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Best-! Calvary BapHsl Church, Rev.'

Midweek of Starke. she has been studying George Lee pastor, will hold regular PREINflNyORP 3
Service .
Wednesday 7:30
tailoring and sewing in Tat la-: services on the. Fourth i

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH hassee. Dot is an excellent seam Sunday, starting with Sunday
a stress. She lives at the end 'of School at 10 a. m. guest 'choir

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. N. Oak Street, Starke. will be from the sister church,

'- ... Adult EducationThe Antioch Baptist, of which Rev.
Adult Education Classesare tee is also pastor. SisTer j ra- K:
-- still open for members and lene Dommon and Sister Lula
we Singleton are members of the
are interested in expanding r ,
the Adult Education Music Choir .
program. Just let us know ,
what you want to study The newest Member is :''Ba'and rJ

learn and we will try to help Covington. If you like to sing

HUNDREDS you. 'Adult Education in Florida we--Invite-you to.join_ today., ..
has grown and spread into every Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church

of details are managed T and economic. corner Florida: of the state because the Rev. L... A. Sampfon, pastor. will
ally Citizens' Committee on hold the first quarterly confer
careful attended that only a trained and Education, after a _two year ence, on Sunday, "With Presiding
organization can attend when study; recognized the need gad Elder Jenkins in charge. This

the urgent need for serving is at recommended to both houses of will be the i first meeting with

hand. the legislature Minimum the new presiding elder and all 1 r

Foundation Plan which was en- members are asked to be pres- r
acted'into law in 1947 This law ept. If not see :your leader and '
DeW made specific provisions for pay your conference dues. Sun -
JTr C.
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support of adult education day School will, begin;) promptly
-_ Phone 7 Starke Fla. ; in all its phases, as a at' 10 'a. m., Supt. Irene Thomas 0 r
Funeral Director definite part of a comprehensive in charge. Service from 11 to '
Ambulance ServiceOur k- t/
educational program for the 12 noon with the pastor in t I'T

local funeral home cnabiM u to offer conmleacei and state You see, its free for the charge. The guests for the morn w& .. 4 L -+ ,y ;..rT __
lervice mot atnerwio arallablo.W asking, just a very small amount ing will include enjbers!} of _the WJF
.- to register and that's all. Don't Carnation Social Club, Mr.). Co- T
," ,, '" -'A close the door on this program rean McNeil, president.. Sup .

1 turmirt] the hlgheit type service at lowest prlMt, and and golden opportunity by not Thomas is also a member of

.. .pt ANT lire Insurance policy In force, iuaed by; ANT enrolling. Join adult education this club and other members of

P 7, u payment ta paR i? fi full on 1 ruaeHLOoMaUatioa our church. Other guests are

camel ao blijattan. IG{ STOONSIBy expected from Jacksonville. We
regret the recent death of our

'< former pastor Rev. J. J. Wash.ington BIG DISCOUNTS
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"Crusades for Christ," an Interdenominational
I Now Equipped To DeliverKEROSENE ;GIB BROWN organization I

for children Und youth of IBe ?
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'SWEQ s j immediately after school by- Sister COME AND GET T TREM ::1
i1f E.'J. Givehs on Monday, ;v.Nov. WMT Y9PJWP POUS SAVINGS

l ) r 25,. at Allen- Chapel A. M: E. ) I< .r I
: I Church. Sister N. L. Pellum will ., e .

i i; ANYWHERE IN THE mb\ A11: be tt\1tl Bethlehem in s. charge AH 'cnndren Freewill of: the die music' i umtecL Baptist ac-. t' THE CHANCEff A LIFETIME! f

r ; / Church, Rev. L.; McKay pastor, :' "
: LAWTEY 'AREA I I held regular ': I
service ,all day $unvol r
day- .
Sunday Sch .
> Gib said he was going to take i
' his ftife in as a partner I At 3 p. m. th choir and congregation .

; F-A-S-T, COURTEOUS SERVICE thought he was,kidding. worshipped with Rev. Leg
t 1 affd niS i members al nlioch'Baptist & j ,
We aren't kidding when we Church. The pastor build
: WE GIVE S&H' GREEN STAMPS boa&"about our' clean'fatilities.'IB preached a wonderful evening ng '

; r t sermon and. the spirit was high 1

BROWN throughout --service: We' hid .. x Y. ::41) t, M Iu t t I
;{ D. b. (DICK) THOMAS two joiners Deacon and Mrs.

i; Holmes. We are grateful to Rev. Successors To Quigley & Davis
SERVICE STATIONS 5H3 Eta: Arnold of Keystone -

:r C BELAIR.PHIL. IPS 66 STATION \ Oil Products Heights for bringing.. them to'us..

:i LAWTEY' fa The t 'Cut: Circle will meet at 301 East Call Street Phone,3, Starke Flog ac

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. Soil Conservation I WIN TURKEY V'.H

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t' By Bin Haas ,
Boll Conservation Service
Complete soil and water conservation -
farm plans were pre-
pared for J. B. Whitehead, Les-
lie Whitehead, C. H. Nasworthy,
and H. E. Starling. Pensacola For THANKSGIVING Dinner
Bahia is the main pasture grass
used in all the plans. Giant Stri- I
ata Crotalaria is planted at the

last cultivation of corn for a .
summer cover crop and land

builder. Blue Lupine-is used fora ..... -
winter cover crop. A grass '
based crop rotation has been Read The Rules How To Win '
suggested on some of these I I1
farms.. The farmer will turn
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under a pasture which has be- Any reader of the Telegraph Is eligible ., .? ?" Each space. below represents some
come sod-bound and plant it to ,,,..;' ,
to enter this contest, and s. .
crops for several years. He will .. : prominent business firm or person
also plant some cropland to .
: the first two person submitting s f; of this city. Take the scrambled ;-
pasture. Planting a field to grass ; !;.
will Improve the organic mate- the correct or nearest correct an- '>. letters and arrange them to spell ..
rial in the soil and also rid the 11' .' '
soil of many harmful infects. were will be awarded big fat turkeys :,l. the firm name correctly. Then
for Thanksgiving. In order V : write a brief article on the subject
Requests! for soil surveys were
made by Bill Bigham, Ethan I to be fair with our subscribers r-' "Why I Intend To Shop At
Sapp, F. L. Watterson, O. V. :. '
. who get their papers through the I1 Dome This Christmas. Do not
Hicks, N. G. Hayes A. B. White- : : '."
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head, and Vincent R. Smith. mail no answers will be eonsldflr,1., ;"Y,-:j". exceed 100 words. It is per- -; J -
Their land ]lines have been located r f; ,(.' t.
on aerial photographs and ed from anyone buying a ropy of r t :-" .'. missable!! to use this advertisement _.

requests for conservation soil _
the Telegraph in our office before or a separate sheet of paper for
and capability maps have ben ,
made. 6 o'clock Thursday, November 21.Winners I .:: the answers. Winners will be notified
: l by mall and turkeys will be
The District's grain drill has of .
Turkology Contest .
been right busy. Some of the : presented! Monday, November 25.
folks that used the drill are in the previous 5 years will not be -. I
James Spina O. V. Hicks, Lester > : '. .. :_, .AfJ: '.y. The correct solution to the puzzles .
eligible I for prizes in the current .
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Kite, V. R. Ferguson J. S. EunIce -< .i--
.....,. .,.,:-*-' %.-..;..f.,..,". will be published in our next issue. '.'.. 1 I
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J. B. White, Frank Norman, -1. -- V I : 7
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planted oats and Pensacola Ba- :
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up for winter pasture and the '

.Bahia.A permanent short will get time pasture.started ago sooner Lawton fora 2 TURKEYS GIVEN A WAY Start Now

Crawford and
J. R. Hixcu used
the District's, rotocycle mower to
cut down their old corn stalks
I asked Lawton if, after mowingthe

field, he had any trouble : ," .. .' .
turning under the trash. He remarked .;' .
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with out any trouble." Hix- ,.
on chewed on that ever present! .
unlighted cigar and said, "I sure
like the way that mower cut up
those old corn stalks! Now, it
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Bro. Gerald Suggs of Orange "'-,' '- ','
Street Baptist Church, Jacksonville t
filled the pulpit here Sun-
day morning and evening. He f
was accompanied by his wife and etooshrrducgk ettaoissshrrmypbb' eeeeaaaoinnnnsshhrrlucccyygj.
two children. Everyone enjoyedthe ,
messages and fellowshipwith
the Suggs family. '
The North side I
WMU met ,
last week with Mrs. Verdie 9 I
Johns. The next meeting will be

held at the church on Monday, ettaaonnssrrcfwkj.j. eeetaaosrrrrddcmwygk& ettaaoinnhrrruucmfyp
Nov. 25, at 7:30: p. m. All ladiesare .
urged to attend and bring \
such items as shoe bags, place r
mats, shoe polish, and money for
shoes for the orphans home. The ,

Dec.Week WMU 2-16 of will Prayer.as observe Foreign Please the period pray Mission and of eeettaaooinssrrrrlllcmyyvggk&' V,: : V eeaaasrrlgg' : : .. : ettaaoisrrdvk&.. :

join us ..
Mr and Mrs. M. 1.'McDanielmitt ,
last Sunday afternoon.Mr .
'nd Mrs. G. L. Sapp were '
In Gainesville recently visiting I leetaaaoonnssrrrdlcmwygk'eetasshrrlumfypp' eettaooriinnsssrrcwvbbg'eeaaainnnshrllucccwyg. eeeaaaiinnnnsssrllucinpvbggjeetaoiiinssssrcmpvx '
his mother, Mrs. Susan Sapp .. .
who is very fll.Mr. 1
and Mrs. Jimmy Gaskins
and daughters were Sunday dinner -
guests of the S. C. Harleys.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gaskins {

spent the weekend with relatives I .. \
In Bartow. .
Mrs. Oren Cowart and chil-
dren attended a birthday supper
given for Mra Estelle Padett

and daughter, Annette last Sat- I
urday night. 4..-*

Juniors A party and will) Intermediates be given for the at 'eeeeta nnshrlcwb& : eeaoonnsssmnbg& eeettaaaaonssrrrrrlfvbgz&.

7:30 p. m. Friday at the home of
Mrs. Orene Cowart. % '
Mrs. Arthur Pearce and Mrs
H.. T. Bennett of Lawtey visited
the L B. Thompson family Sunday I .
afternoon. a ettaooo' shhrrrrdcmyb. eiiinssdlliiiippbgj eaaooinnllcccf. j
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Clark v.land 1 .
Mrs. A. W. Brown of 'the .
State Farm were Sunday dinner \
guests of Mr. and Mrs. -Carl .
Brown. Mr. and Mrs Jerry liar "

denbrook ors in the and afternoon.family were visit (iaassrdlbk'eeeettttaaaoooinssssmicw; .eettaooooiinnssssrddduccv' taaaooinnnrdlcmypgeetaoinnrrrdimcmfk.-

The monthly Black Creek As- r

BOCiatlonal Sunday School, meetIng .
will at" ,
be held
1:30.in the Russell) Baptist -- ..
Church' between ,.-.-.- .,',
; ,
Greejn Cove .: .
". 6". > f f! ',.', ..
Springs and Jacksonville. All :o'- >_ t ::-,.. ,:- .
teachers and officers are urged : eeettaaishhrw .;,o:,; -
to attend. / - .,. : .. . .
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Miss Frances Martin spent '1,:. :

Saturday night and Sunday as I
the ,guest of Miss Carolyn Kelly i! IIIhl ,I

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