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: March 23, 1956
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Official/ County Publication Established In 1879 I ;

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lit: Open House Sunday !

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Public Invited To Inspect New 25-Bed II I

1 ii I I JJ Bradford Medical Center From 2:30 To 5 Freeze Strikes i

I I The ni'tt :25-it'il; Jruil'onl! County hospital will hold open)

___ ___ !uIIH__ noose this Sunday from :20::: to ."> p.nj it was announced this Heavy Blow I
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by Hospital Hoard Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. Louise 11.!
&_,_.;_ : ? : : : .. :- : Kite who will serve as Medical Records Librarian\ and Ad- At

mi.vsions} Officer when the Hospital opens its doors to patients ; County Crops

:_ I_. .. ___ Monday morninsr.-- Hospital Administrator R. R :,
Edmondson stated that the $ ,- Someone
gut the -,! nal.s! I
; mixed
!!$3 64
Hit-Run Case county facility incorporates lip ar."l Win'ei: threw a cruel
'I!'' modern equipment and up-to- parting shot at Bradford County
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any hospital in. Wednesday
morning. one day after -
the country 1!
the calendar heralded the of

Bradford County's modern new >in Ie-story! llo.spital: located just past patients and can be expanded to handle twice that number in its I presentthe Brings CrackdownOn Hospital Board Chairman Char- final start of Spring.

Alligator Creek Bridge: out Call Street from Starke towards (green' buildinguthontieshae staled that the ?'U I IS.'J.OI; I fully air-condition its Hardy will introduce Rev. J. E.Mierwood Weather station thermometer?

('lH' Springs The public has been invited special dedication ceremonies ed Hospital will be ready to accept its first patients next Monday; morning Young DriversThe :nvocation.of Mayor Starke\at\-. 2:30 T.: Jacksonis for the Market'at both and Starke State Farmer.-*

and open hou>e this Sunday from 250: to ." p m. All visitors: will l he Doctors from Starke and Keystone Heights form the 7-man medical team scheduled to deliver an Prison the Florida State
opening recorded a irm'l".. ..
gien a guided tour of the II-room plant hich has facilities for 23; which will he on constant call for the installation.: .iddres and Senator. Oh.irUu. v, -- -. .v ...
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re.-ponsibility lor their Johns will then introduce the Hospital -
Aftermath I Music Festival teen-age drivers was placedi Board members and other described it as an oldfashioned
32-NaineSlate Council Outlines i I tail freeze" and rated
i' squarely on the shoulders of Distinguished guests before a dedication crop damage mu.-h
Woman Sentenced siarke parents this Monday by ceremony in which Jones- moreseveru
Fla. Bandmasters Rate BUS Musicians'Superior' :MayorV: T Jackson that experienced in lastwinter's :
as ha Langfl>rd-White Post 56. American

As AccessoryIn Set For Bradford Starke UtilitiesExpansion : !levied a fine of S75 against tho Legion is to present the hospital low of final 32.5 fling degrees that on broughta March2S.

parents of a minor brought inU with a flag, to be accepted by Edmondson. .
In All Entered :the :Mayor's Court on traffiu .
Murder Case \ Categories charges. I Hardest hit were the county'
CVn-nionj' >etMrs
Spring PrimaryA Policy Charles several hundred acres of tender
Thompson and Janice Kite will
officially cut the
young string beans, written off
\ fine of $-100 plug $339.05 in I Bradfoid High Sehool Band ,on :"tal i-hairman of the Florida Jenkins, both under 17 years of nbbon at 300. the new
opening as a 95 per cent loss. J, R.
[iiusecution costs was levied total of 32 candidates had The Starke City Council Tues- ,iiiMcians; received the top rat- I I j I n.tndmasters.As. ot.\ltllnn spon. age. were charged with reckless!: building for inspection. Wainwright said that the 25

Hgainst: Anna J. Manning. 61, of: qualified for 18 Bradford County uay evening reiterated its intention ing. "Superior" in all categories it'I., of the district n t'l't j driving, driving without a license; Guests, who will be asked to
I acres on his farm in the eastern
JI.1mpon. by Circuit Judge offices by noon Tuesday, legal to extend city light, water In which the local band was en- ,, Other bands awarded First and leaving the scene of an accident register in the lobby will see 41
of Bradford
edge showed
George L. Patten Friday in a I II closing tune for qualifications for I and! sewer services as far as'' 'ered during last Saturday's Fifth !I! honors in Conceit and Sight- I after a car borrowed by :, rooms including 14 patient rooms i less damage for County

< >ecial session at the Bradford the forthcoming election, accordIng possible as soon as possible, but I j District Music Festival, colorful I[ reading were Bunnell, Fernandi- Thompson and driven by the girl and two nurseries. some unex-

Courthouse after she pled guiltyDec. to Circuit Court Clerk '' pointed out to property-owners event that brought close to -1.0001( > '| na. Union. Fletcher. Ketterlinus, j crashed into one driven by Jesso ( There are three private rooms,I plained he reason viewed, than in the other Brooker-plantings -

22 to a charge of having Charle9 Darby. 'I I requesting the services that there visitor to Starke. duPont. Gaines\-ille. Landon, Lee, i Ricks at 8 p.m. last Tuesday near I 11 semi-private, a nursery and a LaCrosse area where losses

been an Accessory After The The atmosphere was charged I is at present a limited amount of It was a full day of music, beginning I and Jackson. j Herb's Drive-In in Starke. j i suspect nursery colored and white almost 100 cent. appeared He-

Pact Of Manslaughter. with tension in Darby's office as''!. money available for utilities ex- at 8 am. with a schedule Thompson revealed that 30 of Thompson's father was fined .i lobbiefl, and a 3-room colored wing per

Sentencing in her case, which moat of the eight unopposed incumbents -'!1 I. pansion. of individual band concerts and the ensemble groups competing $75 and Jackson placed both: with 5-patient capacity. was hopeful beans that a fair percentage -

could have resulted in as much waited there for tho '' Light and Power Superintendent ending at midnight with aspecta-|I were scored Superior with 171! young people on 8 weeks probation .j One room of the hoapital's com- blow of big, but said might the next survivethe fewda's

aa 7 years in prison and a $1,000 Starke Power and Light plant |I R. S. Wasdin stated that I cular mass formation in which'' receiving "Excellent" ratings j requiring that they each attend Iplete: two-room, 3-patient isolation would tell the tale.

fine. had been withheld pending noon whistle to blow, but them1 I 1 I preliminary steps are now in some 1,500 young musicians, comprising Eleven entrants did not play. j some church of their own suite can be equipped to handle a
Some of the estimated
investigation until last week. I were no last-minute application? ''1'progress for the extension of 24 bands, combined their!! The Bradford Brass Sextet was choosing every Sunday duringthe mental patient if the need should 700 of Irish county's were

She entered a plea of guilty to filed for a place on the May II: electric service to the city limits'I talents in a stirring rendition Of composed of Archie Green, Jerome i probationary period and report -| ever arise. I acres potatoes
j the
"frozen to ground stems
having harbored and assisted I ballot. .I North and South on Highway 301 the National Anthem. 1| Edwards, Dale Elton. Tom : back to him with evidenceof The private rooms have private I -
and all, and it
I' predictedthat
Jinieg Dennis on Nov. 24, 1955, number of other I Harold and Mackfo their atendance. : oaths with was
Unopposed for re-election are and that a primary ; In spite of a late-season return Long, Tyus, : connecting facilities in would be to
after he killed Horace Sims witha State Senator Charley E. Johns. lines are in the planning I of winter weather, crowds I Thompson.! j I II In addition the families of both (Continued on Page 10)) i, growers with 25 cent

pistol, at Dennis' trial in December 15th District, Bradford-Unio- stage at the present time and will !i filled the BUS stadium to capacity I 1 I Other bands playing before the teen-agers paid J224.30 in dam- come through a per Brooker

: but her defense counsel I Counties; Bradford County State' be built when the new power- for the four-hour-long musical -I I judges were Kirby Smith, John ages to Ricks' car and an estimated -,. Green AnnouncesFor yield. Lloyd estimated Dyal his one loss wouldbe

Arthur. G. Thomas asked then Representative Doyle E. Canner; house is in operation. ,j, extravaganza in which eacn: I I Gorrie Crescent City Lafayette $200 for repairs to the; grower 75 cent. I

the postponement of sentenc-j! Clerk Darby; Tax Assessor Gene : In reply to requests receivedfor band took iu 'turn on the field, i|,nd P. K. Yonge all of which re. borrowed car. per

(Continued on Page 10)) i i iI Long; Tax Collector J. R. Kelly; city water the Council ha- first executing required foima-'I ceived superior marks in Concert Both pleaded guilty to all \ County Judge .Many growers are beans already but buy-it
seed ,
I Supervisor of Registration :Mrs.: established the policy of lequir-j:j tmns and then swinging into it"I and Excellent in sight-reading; 'charges including that of havingleft i ing to replant

Baseball i I Marian L. Crosby; District 8 ing that the petitioner also agree I I i I own original specialty number. I'Clay. Dixie, Palatka Senior High the scene of the accident following -' Lex Green local attorney, last is too late to do loss.anything to sal- !
BHS potato
Constable Felix :M.: Sullivan and to purchase his power from the,' Before marching on the field. every and Suwannoe. which were judged the collision. Saturday paid his qualification'fees vage

County Surveyor Harry Anthony. city.It. i j'I'I member of each band underwent I Excellent in both categories; I In passing sentence Jackson as a candidate for County. Young cucumbers were" described -

Minute-to-minute checks in the was pointed out that power' a rigorous personal inspection. Trenton-Bell. Superior in concert 1 pointed out that, though neither Judge of Bradford County. as "practically gone, and

Club Wins\ 5-4 \: Clerk's office showed that no two and water revenues are the main i, The brilliant uniforms, crack and Good in sight-reading; Ala- i 1 Thompson nor :Miss Jenkins hada Mr. Green was born in Bradford] damage" to Other pepper tender was believed

: watches among incumbent officeholders |I source of the city's income and I I drill formations. and specialty ''I'hua. judged Good in both categories license the car was legally in County and is a life-long resident'here. "severe. young

t. had exactly the 'same that incomes from electric serv-; nuinters:! by majorettes and twul-| : Columbia, scored Good in charge of the boy because he had He graduated from the 1 crops such fls peas. butter beans
i Fordhook Beans and
Season Opener | ice are channeled into the ex- ers all combined to make a : Concert, Excellent in slght-read- borrowed it, .Lake Butler High School, the I squash,

I time.Tax Assessor Gene Long remarked -' tension of water mains where memorable evening tor spectators. 1 ing; and Palatka Junior High. He stated that the parents were \ University of Florida, studied |I watermelons suffered heavily
Tobacco hardier
a plant.
"There must be some- that is practical. t Sextet Kanks Top; which received an Excellent rating really at fault, however, for hav-, law at Yale and later studied | ebing

In the first two games of the.I thing wrong with my watch. It City Clerk Carl Johns stated 1 Of 24 school bands entered in i j in Concert but requested ths 'ling 'let their youngsters drive bookkeeping. accounting, and showed little damage.As .
1 frequently the late
.season. the BuS nine has won said 10 minutes to 12 and then 'thai both systems will be on r :.the competition only 11 were judges comments rather than n their own family cars and the i business administration at liar-: happens

'me and lust one. I.I when I looked at it at least half better financial footing for expansion -i judged Fuperior in Concert and I rating in sight-reading automobiles of others with full\ vard. He taught for 15 years In.! cold followed a period of unseasonable -

In the opening encounter, play- an hour later it only said 9 when all potential customers -: Sight-reading. The BHS group Hastings and Baker County. knowledge that they did not have i the public schools of Florida, I I warmth. It came in tho

e<' in Jacksonville last Friday I minutes to 12." along existing lines ha v ; was one of these and also won (Picture on Page 10)) licenses. |I served! in the Florida Legislature, wake of record-breaking! snowstorms
against the duPont Dragons i After frequent tups across the been linked to the municipal utilities -:, Superior ratings in drill and inspection He said that parents, as legal and was speaker pro-teni. and severe cold that took
liiadfuid! close 5-4 that the city''* of their minor children I I a heavy toll of life in the north-
won a victory. hall to raise windows and listen. explaining contests.! I Reddish DeclaresFor JTUArdians j He served as County Judge of

Edwin Johns was starting and I all the time jumping at the many, tax-fiee services must b The BUS Brass Sextet. among can be held fully responsible Under I Bradford County from 1921 to past.
but needed hel foot- lal gel from awl law for the actions of their The change began here last
winning pitcher ? ,I slighest hint Of approaching provided ) power 17 ensemble groups from 16 : Re-Election I 1924 and while serving as judge
f'iini Randall Davis in the las; I jfteps. the assembled candidates water profits I' schools won a Superior rating \ children and pointed out that the i was elected to Congress from the : Saturday when a low of 38 degrees -

<.'It. and a half innings. I' agreed the waited-for signa' He said that large-scale water I The hands and groups were i law allows a maximum fine of dstrk-t.' lie served 20 years in.. was recorded. Sunday'slow :

Bradford collected 13 hits and !i, MUST have Hown. expansion will be easier with the rated First (Superior Second 1.i Sheriff P. D. Reddish. who 1 up to $500 on the charges brought i Congress. 19 from the district reading wa3 35; Monday's
duPont made 7. The scoie migM"U't' : A lengthy discussion followed increased pre?<;uros availablewhtn (Excellent* or Third (Good) by :r. recently qualified as a candidate against: the two teen-agers and two years representing the 49; and Tuesday's was :lC. preceding -

been more decisive if thiTornadoes of Tax Collector the n.tarkl' water tower for IP-election said The Mayor told the parents of the damaging low of 29
'and it fel: the lot panel of 12 jUlI ('s. according t'i yesterday 1 tate at large. In 1S44 he resigned -I
had not committed Tenois I...,, J. R. Kelly to verify the ; >:,,,,1.. ..Ii Bits Bandmaster M C Thomp- that he plans an active campaign both that they were lucky no one from Congress and tendered on Wednesday.Due .

whereas duPont made only I I I time. which everyone decided must ..... i; although the duties of the office had been seriously injured or his service in the lr s_ Navy to brisk winds frost Wed-
"'.<> Bradford's base-running: wai be at least 12:15.: ,.. --' t"r ; i might; keep him from seeing killed in the accident as they serving as a Lieutenant Commander nesday morning was scatteredbut
hurt I I and voter could have become liable for full there was lots of ice, and the
!1'.1'! and tremendously.Kulie j As he phoned the Power t4 1"7" j every before the first primary in the Asiatic-Pacific
: Iushton and Edwin john I I I Light number the noon his'In: I|I i on :May: 8. death or disability charges. theatre. Since his return home cold wind itself did most Of tho

i..'I! the hit: parade with 3 each. i'I I blew. '1 "I greatly appreciate the coop- .1 Jackson warned that the Courtin from Naval service he has en |, damage

.-ti! (:US Kopelousos and Buck I I There are three candidates fo' L i <-iation that the people of Brad- the future will treat young caged in the practice of iaw. and

''Ml;' wen1 close behind with tw? : each of three County Comnus1 s'nd County have given me in law people in the same manner as the automobile business in Starke: \Guardsmen Strive

i 'uii Billy Harrington collected :' ion seats and three for the nforcement during the past sev- adults on all traffic violations, asa ': and has also engaged in farming I

'U,. hit. as did John Goolsby and i I School Board post from Dis:n't ; '1 years," the Sheriff said. "I car is just as dangerous and :Mr Green is married to the For High

> 'ii'ii>, :MiGeeI I I 2 :e..1; that my past experience quile deadly no matter what the age former Lucile Harris of Gaines- Rating
...st To }'.1\tn Invumbent Carl Prevatt. Harold! :. me to better serve you, and of the driver. rule, and they have four children

.\::hough BHs outhu Paxor. ''K. Norman and C F ( Buh I C.irtei : -. I pledge) continued fair. diligent Harry F. Caffrey. L. R. Eddy He is a member of the First Last :undiHll members "f

'' \ h.iiipi! ms from Jdcksonville. all have: nullified: for Cnm'Continued !\ n i considerate service if elect- James Lee Webb. Alford Burton Bip-i Church of Starke, tho Company C, 748th Armored Ordnance -

". ..i t I in a home game played ( on Page III> .1 George L. Kishler. Joseph JC. Masonic bodies including lifo Battalion were busily engaged -

h." .- Tuesday afternoon the local Meyers, and Ernest Casole each I in preparation for the
"This in the Shrine the
county has an outstand- membership
uK \\.ie 1 still plagued by errors. forfeited $10 bond by failing to i forthcoming visit of the rcpre-
To Run :- record Of law enforcement" Flks Lodge. WOW, OES. Rotary
.1-.nutting 6 to the visitors' none. Newsome : :1 appear in answer to red light sentative from the Third Armv
: riub. the American
:: e Sheriff declared "and I know Legion, past
i Inspector General's office
Tillszame; enJt'd.th BHS or. : tickets
PostJ !\l.l' the credit is yours. While I Commander of Veterans of For-
'j". li'tlc .nd of aIi scoie For County Ii '\'" served you faithfully, it is Bonds rf $2"ap'pce! v.eie furfete1 f !sinVirs. member Bradford I The unit assembled at the ann
; ,! hv :iory at 7:30: a.m.
I: might have been a Gifleren' f.v good people of our county : Inn1D 'olev F.'i.'!er'k: Oiin'rittlPin. <>nAssn the and spent the

'11: K.mie had it not been fon.fl -: E NYw.Mtnif qiuhtie 'A no have made our county :a M.. k ,- i Pi',1! :S"; .11 :f >:
'!t. inning when BHS com- Tuesday .is a candidate for Coi.n- i>ru iiord ( Kiiny 'la\ ( i>llc tor -I. U. Kelly cullthe Marke Lightati.I et)4I) place in which to live I ;'\" : : ,''t'rnl! ordertTI. !! fundamentals of tank mainten-
and Distl l'1! ance, tank driving, wheel vehicle
:11(1',1( ::1! errors Paxon scored from
: Commissioner
tv I'O.V.T I'l.int Iroui the rundulutr-tTimdt'il office of (.ireuit ( ourt :hank you for your support "
hits. Randall Davis Starke> In announcing maintenance and repairs ordnance -
t I-! on no Three ( South ( lerU ( karl,'.. .\. I.irby to verity the l Itlon l ing of the noon whittle the Sheriff: Reddish was born .tni.! ,
',>"ke.i good on the hill and for the office. he issuedthe supply procedure fundamentals -
uireetl-ii|)uii deadline lor the ('losing of ele lion qualification timeiiicsd.i seared! in Bradford Count and i-; of ballistics, metal
':;t. li.-.t! a good ball game going following sta.ement: work-
I am ). l-ctt to right: ar.- IKirlt antI killboth cuiiilitlatcs fur ret mal ned to the former Ruth Sapp ins and many other skills!
ii' the businessman
way. "As a
also a native of Bradford Th.-\
Th.following boys collected intelt' ted in our County receiv- let I Mil; 1'aiii L.t)l\Iun.l. >houl Board ( uinlidate frnin the tn,1! Di-.>- have seven sor.s The "training program for the

i.ie hit each: Billy Harrington.Kard.ill ing full value for every dollar tr.il ; iiicuiutifiit 'lav .\'<.e<.'...r ,dene Ixtnu; ; incuiiihent Mipervixtr of rtav also included a review of

Davis Edwin Johns spent. As a taxpayer, I am de- 'tt9.tI'.t r.tt.on .'.ir.... :Man.in; It rosin ; li.ia.lv. Judge lli.-n.ii .\. Yauii; basic military subjects and inspection -

FH u- HIl hton, and Buck Gill. I i termined that taxes shall be I:. U. 11.1). .. .rilf l'hil.is. |:... and Carl Knight. Last WarningFor ; procedure.The .
1t'r the bright interested uTiit will! undergo it" an-
p.irrmh was spot made low. As a eitizen
'. .ifii' infield at second base. in the progress of our entire Admission HomesteadersYou Tia! Federal! Inspection on Mart
Home C.anif Friday County. I believe that. with the County Hospital Policy 2; It will be conducted in twnhi -

\no!her home game is slated help of our Garden Club another <* A br.ei outL.ie 01 policy: to be .11 t'ml.'nts wIth the hospital for will l note on page four .:" f= the afternoon phas"

i\ (Friday) at 3:30: p.m. civic organizations. tho :..;;" xeJ in the operation of .heir policy holders i I this issue of The Telegraph tht 'rhr'hn: !! consist of an inspec-
'. t.'.st Ketteilinug of St. Augus- I be made tautifu' :or of administrative records,
County can Biuili.nJ County's new hospital list of Homesteaders who receivedi :
:1!, This is a conference tilt. I and attract more tourists mor to 'pen, flex Monday, was g'enhl Tu date. tile following com- tax benefits last in-l an evening phase at which
exemption war
have contacted the -i
hospital tr-
pames a formal in-ranks
I.t! Edwin Johns will do theniching new residents. and new business- : $ week i'lthe adminisrator, insppctionill
but have i .
I and completed necessary arrangements -j not as yet signed a renewal ... ).- hM
es. R. E. J.dmondson. as follows: application for 19.V5 *
Reserve Life Insurance I
I : IFyear the unit received a
ln Sa-uiday the Tornadoes "If the wastelands of South I'atients will be expected to Thi3 list has been published by
Co.. Blue Cross of Flori- surerior on it Federal Inspection
:eel Giunesvifie High'; School Florida can be made beautiful make an admitting deposit of ?t 6t) i Bradford County Tax Assessor : "
da. Wilson: Life Insurance Co., \ aid the feeling of the membersof
.i re Tuesday! they play P. K. we have a real opportunity with i I for semi-private rooms, and r;". i Gene Long with the reminder that
Provident Life
& Accident Co.. the unit antlv exnreaqwi
was !
V ''n '. aiso 10
j in Gainesville
our better natural advantages 'for privae rooms to cover the.
| and Independent. I April is the deadline for those Y' bv the comnanv's first flersreant
Th.- public is urged to come out and with the first attractive snot ;I cost of initial hospital expenses. I who haven't signed to file for
Robert W. >
Drank. who said \"
A' tl I! home games so that gate that tourists from the worth j Hospital insurance fiom comI ; The Bradford County Hospitalis their exemption.He .. ie :

I'"' "Ipts111 be enough to at reach. We have a good County panies that have made a working not a county-owned facility, FIH.VT hue been redesisnated as an or
I warned that his office ha LENMIV on an M-4I light tank was reri-ivnl by !local} National dnarce!
since last inmpction.
but is institution dependent comnany our -
non-profit -
officials. Night homI'h' with and
splendid cooperativepeople agreement with the hospital will no authority to extend the deadline JiuanKmen at the Ntarke armory last Sunday. Left to right: Sgt.Zacli !' hut we have no intention -
were abandoned: because and I pledge you my cnosvration / -j be accepted for that part of the on revenues from its pa and
those who have
tients in order to operate and remain purchased i iJ I Crawford, I..ti"t./ Kobt. W. DraKp, f\\O John Stephens! I'fc. I of relaxing our Guard! pr
t." i t'tsvere not enough to pay in continued improvement depost that the policy will cover J hor.e.within the and- .
, '0' the :'a' self-supporting year \\Uliani Ah'are/, lit I.t. Randal; ('hitt)': atop tank: ( ..1. Glenn Shu- p-rer'! lI'1tjJ we }>ave attained) theme
Ihtinpince; the city All mv bu=ines5 life hash"e' : The policy holder should! cont.i wish t rece-ve( the exemption .
-'.i" -I! ciiT-eipjr fr rurrent. Ad- spent in Bradford: C.vmtv. t the -oninar.v representative Iis JlIIg-g-t't..d that natientsii ->"i.t yn: f.:e :ir: Hrroiication) I!< ford :M. > :st. Frank Drjden; )I. :Sgt. Robert Chapman 'instructor), hi2"h e'fldrdcc; or"III'-"
l "d 'ftp' ', wilne :
. -'_ ". .'. i.I5rt cent.- for adults an.1 I h.1:1 f.v: ':\' :anti :I-. -, t >y. ,>.-'.!nL:11'! ::: *'I'1' :<':::1<'* T :"" th, : !:-.j.r.' : ., .l"' I":': .). h.-' r .' "' date r the and Sgt. emurl \\illlomt. The Starke company uas recently concerted a aT' : ,. r,.mnlJ, .
r -s "
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"' '.I 111: !-.n 1 .Vt' : : : :- n' : '. '.' .. Irk. from infantry to onlnanc 1i! '(

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editorialBig his capabilities to fill

Farmer's DiaryBy the office for another term on a FINE I l LEVEL i njkiren of Oute! and Mr. We are glad to hear that Miss i
fully active basis." and :Mrs T. N; Norman; and son Gloria Crosby is getting along (
Sam McGarTe CHARLIE BENNETT: "I am r'f' Heilbronn nicely after being ill with measles
Day For StarkeThose b j :Sirs. H. :M. :11vl:aeI.uAWAu..uu. 1
Talked to Bui Bigham of very happy that the health of Mr! W n Ha!ll! and s.stcr. Mrs !Om.. e Sunday
Brooker last week about his President Eisenhower has improved ..'". ':':tr.1 :\11::. hell:! ire :-;wnttmga, \\e q..epv; : ...:.pa'hizith thetA
who let a little late season cold keep 4 72,000 broiler plant aet-up andit to the extent that it his We had a go"d attendance at f i Ins. \'ui'n :Mi JUiU! son. 'r'.".d '-"-hvLiL.\ .:'. IK'.!-.? 31. I
them away from the BUS stadium last Saturday seems that broiler producersare This has been a subject of my church and Sunday school U-i \m' Gin Mul .w,1 i .imi'a!' ai' f:;: .tnt) 'trial tSuii all a

night, missed one of the most exciting spectacles losing money and have been daily prayers and sincerely hope Sunday and were glad to have !s&' t* "'II. "Pt'ty t' .,\.t'ryALVAREZ
in Starke. last October. Bill that his ultimate recovery will
ever seen since; said they many visitors. 1
The great finale of the Fifth District meet are getting 21 and a half centsa be complete." I.eW.. E. Hall is visiting his
with more than twenty high school bands, each pound and it costs 23 cents to BOB SIKES: "Mr. Eisenhower's son-in-law. Rev. J. E. Murrhee.
a dazzling blotch of color in a mass formation that produce However, he said that decision to seek re-election was and family at Hilhard We are
stretched the length and breadth of the football broiler production effelciency is not unanticipated. The publicity sorry to hear of the illness o{ \
field, was a sight calculated to thrill even the Looks like the low pnce of improved remarkably. Years ago buildup by the Republican high Rev Murrhee He is at home
Then when the barites is just one more sock on he related, it took four Its. of command during,: the last few again after spending three daysin
most case-hardened sophisticate. the chin for our Bradford County feed to produce one lb. of meat. months pointed to only one thing. the
hospital at Jacksonville
1.300 young musicians welded the notes from their growers: With Plant City still in and now it is being done with After three years under a Republican Mr and Mrs Benny :McR.ie and HAS YOUR ENTIREEaser I

instruments into a magnificent rendition of The production, and Louisiana coming only 21-2 Ibs. of feed. ,\dminisrationilh its children of Biooker visited the
Star Spangled Banner," it brought to a rousing in strong from 8.0CO ares of Incidentally, broiler raisers have "brink of war" statements and H M McRaes: Saturday nigh
finish the events of a colorful and exciting day. Klor.dikes, the price here is $5-$6 switched to white chickens. Bit: virtual farmer bankruptcy and Saturday afternoon visitors were
Starke did itself proud in entertaining and and a terrible disappointment to raises Arbor Acre White Cross or with many! uncertainties about :Mr and :Mrs Oscar Hall of Wal Outfitt I
those who put their work and Dominant White Cross and saysit the future I think the nation do.
looking after the comfort of its! thousands Sunday guests of the MiRaesvere
visitors. Not since the memorable General Wainwright money in the crop. Only way makes the prettiest broiler on now realizes it must turn to the < Mr and Mrs Robert Taylor t
the market. Democratic for security and t
they can get a break would be party
Day of several years ago, had there been for a freeze to knock the Louisiana The folks who say they don't progress. Even with Mr Eisenhower condition was made he would
that many visitors in town and once again Starke growers out. and we wouldn't want a white chicken to eat, he as a candidate, I predict a run" Curlee and Sewell I
proved{ that it can arise to any occasion, when wish that on anyone. said are still thinking of the Democratic victory in November" JIM HALEY: "While we hope .
the demand is made That the visitors appreciated days when the white bird on the DANTE FASCELL: "I'm gladhe the President's health is such

this effort on the town's part was evidenced Our berries have not come into market was a White Leghorn thinks he's healthy enough to that he can do a full time job :
on every hand. Our guests noted and commentedon full production yet. We got about rooster, and skinny as a rail be of future help to his country." in his high office, we should also MEN'S SUITS

the "Welcome 5th District Bands" signs that five crates on our last picking, fence. S SYD HERLONG: "It's his own consider the possibility of another
and we should do a lot better disabling attatk It to
decision. I wouldn't know if I remains
all town, on special
"plastered" over
were than that later. The &0's looka We like old people! Last weekwe lx seen whether or not his health
picture section printed and distributed by The lot better than the Missionaries; had the pleasure of meeting were in the same fix whether I will permit him to fulfill the re- "l THE NEWEST IN STYLESAND
Telegraph on the good food served at nominal the fruit is good sized and so Mrs Mary Whitehead, who has would make the same decision ouired normal duties of his office it FABRICS '
cost in the school cafeteria, and on the friendly far have no red spider, but that reached the grand age of 92, and or not. I think it points up the ." ALL SIZES

attitude and hospitality shown by our citizens in old debil leaf spot is showing up her hospitable daughter, Mrs. be need for both careful political parties the to BILLY :MATTHEWS: "I fear
more in choosing
more. Noticed some of it on Lydia Johns of Raiford. MrsWhitehead
all contacts with the
vice-presidential nominee." greatly for the President's health PRICED
,grass: in beds we haven't mulched who is the mother of M0.99
Needless" to say. thousands to whom Starke was yet. !Sam Whitehead of Bradford PAUL ROGERS: "The state- and hope with all my heart that FROM
lust a vague spot on the map before, now have S County and grandmother of ment today only confirmed I he will not have another heart attatk. -
pleasant memories of our town and will spreadthe PercyCriffis visited us the Sheriff John Whitehead of Union think, the feeling that most of I believe that the Demo- s:
word to others with whom they come in con- other day to tell us of an abnormal County has a nice sense of the people here and in our dis- cratic nominee will win in November UPMen's j

tact. There is no way to evaluate the favorable pig he has. Seems that humor and is very spry for heragof' tricts have had '- that after the despite the Presidfnt'"
publicity that such an event brings to a town, the critter has a common vent !She has many interesting medical report on his physical availability for a second term
for a alimentary and urinary memories of the early days in I
but it cannot help but be far-reaching in its effect. I
tracts. he has Bradford County. 1I.11
Percy seen
We wish to commend Band Director M C. says t I \
only one like it before
Thompson who was instrumental "selling": of
A. K (Ernest) Edward* SPORT COATS ;
Starke as a site for the Fifth District meet. Here- Talk about your dust storms, Hrooker was 'setting out tobacco i !

tofore it had not been held outside of Jacksonvilleor von should have s<>en Rrooker on this week on his three-acre allotment I

Gainesville! and it was probably no easy taskto Friday, March 16. The fields were He had some trouble with TOP SPRING I :; QUALITY I ",
convince the "powers that 11('" that a "little powder dry the wind was strong Hue mold in his seed bed and FLORIDA WEIGHT t
and blew in gusts, and great ran short of plants. r'
town" like Starke could take care of an event of Q'I I
clouds of dust swirled and all I From $ ft.95
such magnitude. But convinced they were | | up
but blotted out the light. Fortunately Found some hollygrowing in
and they returned home Saturday night even more Bradford County last WPf'k..1
a rain fell and prevented -
k.Men's k.
convinced that Starke had done a magnificent job further damage won't reveal where for of (mir=o Z ). 1

of entertaining.In it would not dr for anyone to go 'i ,
spite of the ('old'athel', our townsfolk Heard a good story the other there and dig it up ,, !' \ I
;;owed their appreciation of the young musicians day about some city folks who \
tried their lurk at farming and Although we laugh at the
by turning out a larger crowd than had attendedthe
",'it slickers" we told about in PANTSISIZES
butchered their first hog.: They DRESS
meet in some of the cities that have formerly
proceeded with the job, with a this installment we have plentyof
host and that when it
played we predict comes
hook right at hand to tell them our own trials to report. Like
Starke's time to entertain again, the stadium how but somehowor other the the time when we were tryingto COLORS PATTERNS
facilities will not be adequate to hold the spectators scalding didn't work well and keep a wildcat away from a And Prices To Suit Everyone
they ended by having to pull the new litter of pigs, and Sam hunga
hairs out with tweezers! Wewon't jacket up on the fence of the- Priced
From to $4 J.95
reveal their name for we pen Next morning, he found j $6.95 '
tell stories on ourselves but never nothing but the zipper. The sow ;
New Project Deserves SupportOne
,,n others. had chewed it to pieces! iz

indication that Starke and Bradford County heart attack. This is an unprecedented
are growing by leaps) and bounds i is the num- issue. Both in the 1 .

at ber the of projects present time.and civic improvements under way Li months time between and now thereafter and convention if SPRING SPORT SHIRTSSOLm (

One of the newest of these a Bradford Coun- he is nominated his vigor and STRIPES 'IIECKS
state of health will be the primary &eute't 7toWeltd-
ty planting park, to he developed in connectionwith
issue in the campaign regardless AM I) NOVELTY DESIGNS
the American fair
Legion grounds seemsto of whether he or anyone

have special merit. else desires to make it so. In Priced From U AS to
Assuming that the project is pushed ahead my judgement, developments in Bring The Glory Of $595
vigorously, and that the necessary cooperation is that field will be the controlling

received from citizens throughout the county, factors: The State of his health Easter Into The Home
will be the most critical issueof
we can see the new Planting. Park as a real tourist
attraction in the future. the whole campaign, regardless With A Gift Of FlowersWide Light t As A BreezeSTRAW
WIN PENGLETOMPICK of what other governmental
By actual count, some 5,000 cars a day pass issues come into the picture"
along Temple Avenue (U. S. 301)), site of this new YOUR ANSWERS SENATOR SMATHERS: "The HATS $2.95
We have been playing the gameof Variety of Corsages Bouquets and Potted Plants
project. A large percentage of these carry tourists "man in the street" the past President's decision speaks for

who are interested in the trees and shrubbery of few days and have asked each itself." We deliver anywhere within the city Tops For Easter and Long Afterwards
this area which are entirely, different from those member of the Florida Delegation BILL CRAMER (Republican):

they see back home. : "What do you think about "I. as millions of other Americans,

Many times we have seen tourists stop along President Eissenhower's. decisionto am heartened to learn of the Phone 218
of their and walk into run again?" Here are the
the highway, get out cars President's affirmative reply to "The Store
the adjoining woods to admire a showy piece of answers: the expressed will of the peopleto
shrubbery or flower. It is hard for us. who have SENATOR HOLLAND: "Mr. again become a candidate for for
teen the beautiful Daubontonia. or purple rattle- Eisenhower certainly presents the Republican nomination for Jf
box, all our lives to realize that to tourists it is himself to the people of the the Presidency. He has by this ES"t

an exotic and exciting flower. United States in a completely again demonstrated his unques- Nona St Starke, Fla. t
different situation from that in tioned loyalty and devotion to ,
:Now with the new planting park being develop-)
which he would have appeared if the service of our country and
ed. we can foresee many tqurists stopping to visit he had not suffered his recent after lengthyand soul searching I IAL
the free exhibit while enjoying a "seventh inning" ,
log stretch.

We hope that this project which will hau-

worthwhile educational value for our school children -
WAYS better deal with WINKLER
will receive help from the citizens all over a

the county. How about it? 1 Do you have some

surplus young trees, plants shrubbery, or flowersto
donate to the new Planting Park? If so, con-

tact L. H Gibson at the USO in Starke and, in 1- -,

making your contribution, know that you have a Hutpoini

personal stake in what may turn out to be one I -l HOTPOINT 39"i i

if the} most interesting projects launched in this

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........................ Mr and Mrs L. L. Clark of Mr and Mrs Bobby Crews and _

Marke vISited the J. D. Clarks baby of Jacksonville visited Mr*..


Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127t'hainnen for Ocala where he will be em-I :\11'5.1'1111' McKinney of Jacksonville ,
pled! for the next two mon.hs visited Mr and >Irs C
Sirs. Joyce T. IliUhMr i
We are to that R. Whitehead on Sunday.
lW.a.lr Named fiininx home fur a vital from Lit- .......................&. Mi.s Steve sorry Starling report Jr. had to i i Miss Geneva Green spent the \\sloU\ I oj
St. W 1HUIl'S Catholic Club met tle Emory I'mversity at Oxford, : \
i 1 \
; weekend Mr. and Mrs hteIarin
Sunday morning after 11 o'clock I Ga. Accompanying the two boy; and :Mrs Frank B. Crews re,um to Doctors Hospital in with \ 4cD
and daughters of WauchuU ?tarke on Tuesday. She has greatly i( :\ : in Starke. \ Iflfjj
Mass m the recreation hall. Cof-i to Keystone Heights was their i spent .
Mrs. Minnie Szarleta and Leon
'' improved since then.
last week with :Mr Crews'
i fee and doughnuts were served | school-mate. Larry Williams, of parents -
during the meeting. The main IIpn I Savannah.A I :Mr. and Mrs M. L. Crews Harley Higgir.botham and son Reddish of Tampa spent the / I g 0
i weekend with Mrs. \ Red-
of discussion was the tazaar :Mr. and Mrs., Leon Sauls 01' of Baldwin visited Mr. and Mrs : Volley
I :2-C Leslie Ridaught left ; dish and Mrs. John Ratoiu They
Starke. and Mr and Mrs. Guy I Mitchell Brown Wednesday eve-
huh is to be held this summer.
Jacksonville Mondavi I
by plane on i' all visited Mr. Mrs Bill Reddish
July 7, and committee chairmenwere I morning at 1 a. m. for New YOrk. Fut'h were Sunday dinner guestsof I ning. :Mr Harley, with John and!' at Heiibronn: and Sunday: aftl'rI -- ': 1'.1L'li.il; t: i 1.1hi, ::1i \uu i: 'll1:1':" '
:Mr. and Mrs Johnny Crawford Mitchell Brown went fishing in
appointed. Mrs H. L. Moran and Port of Embarkation. Leslie, I noon.
will be general Chairman.I Macclenny.: Mrs. Crawford I Santa Fe Lake during the after- i
has been in Keystone on a 30-day Mr. and :Mrs Bryant Reddish tAkWHITE
Mrs Everett Pox will be in I> came home with them for a visit. I / BREAD
furlough and expects to be over noon.Mr. visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett -
heir-- of the snack bar, anti Mrs.iJiorge Mr. and Mrs Harold BracJleyof .. and Mrs Ralph Wise and I
seas for two years. His parents j
Jacksonville Death .
; ; at : Saturday -
Mr. and Mrs. John .
Clemens will have tho Baldwin sons are visiting Ralph's father.W.
Mr. and Mrs. .
II Harold L. Ridaught, I 1
plant booth Mrs. Mary Goodson and his sister Miss JoAnn Rid- C. Crews of Glenn st. Mary, lr.1 J. Wise, in Opp. Ala. this night. ?'' Finest t.ingredients I..t (: .
I The Lions' Club with the -
Ail! be in charge of religious arMiles. aught drove to Jacksonville with I and Mrs Roy Southerland of I week. Dave Shuford, presiding president y' blended and bared uith
Mrs. Schuch will Starke Mr and Mrs. Randall I Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders and
Joseph I
him on Sunday evening and remained held its regular meeting at the exacting !skill dated
ake care of the grab bag. The Raulerson, Mrs. Pearl Raulerson son. Billy were in Jacksonville 1 1-lb Loaf
until the plane left. Prior II I School Cafeteria Thursday evening fresh daily. It all add
fancy work booth will be I In I I and Mr and Mrs. Russell Tysonof Saturday night for the weddingof e 14C
to his overseas assignment, LeS- I March 15. After a delicious O up to perfect JANE
Jacksonville visited the Ernest Mis. Andrews' Miss C
'harge of the ladies of the Altar niece. 01
lie had been in Arizona. meal served the cafeteria e I'ARKKIt
I I by personnel ISKBAI
this weekend.Mr. En-
Society. Games will be looked Raulersons Faye Hagan which took place at ,1tSpY
Mrs. Rudolph Chism of Starke the business of the cluli j joy it
after by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph and Mrs. Frank Sweat and the Westbrook Baptist Church. II today'!
visiting Mrs. George Schaef- I was transacted and was
was a movie
of Jacksonville spent the
Pawlikowski. Some of the older son I Mrs. Charles Clark of Kings- I
fer last afternoon.Mr. 1 shown.
weekend with Mrs. Sweat's parents Lake attended services at
Children will be in charge of the ley
and Mrs. Baxter I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins attended |
: Harvey -
Mr. Mrs. Carl Carter.
fish pond. and Woodlawn Baptist Church Sunday ANPAIE;!: MACARONI or
I spent last Sunday with friends in The C. B. Hiatt family visited morning and had dinner I the marriage of Miss : A&P FANCY LIGHT MEAT
called the I II
Attention to
Mot that Roy was Tyre had used his Starke Mr. and Mrs. C. Allen. Mrs. Nellie Hiatt in Crystal River!' with the L. P. Rafuses. I Katherine Galloway, granddaugh SPAGHETTI 2 '7-lb pkgs 35c
: of Gowanda, ter of Mrs.
Mrs. Montez Upton i Charley Dmkins on
to disc level the last Saturday.Mr. 1 The Joe Starling family and I
equipment, and X. Y. is spending a few days with and Mrs Ralph Smart and' Mr and Mis. James Starlingwere March 17. Miss Galloway now CHUNK ANN PAGE; : SPAGHETTI;
side of the church
mplanted yard her cousins, Mr and Mrs. H. R. to Mrs. E. M Norton, visited hergrandparents
family of Jacksonville came visiting Mr. and Mrs (
free of i harge A letter of acknowledgment the late SAUCE5'2ozcon 19c
Hart..ell. Charley
Mr. and Mrs. Colonel Nors-
see Charles Starling and daughter in
sent to him
was Dr. and Mrs. R. Y. Hunter of :, Dinkins and Mrs. Dinkins, when
but the wishes to worthy on Saturday. Highland Sunday afternoon.Mr.
membership TON A AiP Our Fnu-t Quuhtv' FRV1T;
lived severalears
they here
Crescent visited their daughter Jr.,
thank him publicly as well. Elaine Denny and Wiley : and Mrs. R. Wilson and 1
The date of the next meetingwill and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs children! of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley :Mrs R. New of Jacksonville were ago Her mother was the former COCKTAILicon' / 21c

be announced later.R'oman's Fremont Tolles, last weekend.The Smith of Jacksonville were week- Wednesday supper guests of Mr Miss Lois Dinkins.

Club Rummage Sale Hunters were en route home I end guests of their cousin Dianna and Mrs. D. R. Stone. I 10l"I.L 1A\-'E the m'F..ter- 7-oz Can r..nonull' \\hi.le.

The Rummage Sale will con- from visiting another daughterin :. Sapp. Mr and Mrs William Wolfe. brook purse-M/e fountain pens In 5\&P '1-lb

tinue in the Suslow building today Madison. Mr. and Mrs Maxie Tanner of Wilmington Delewaie spent pastel: shade,. Only $:.58 at Brad- BEANS can 19c

and tomorrow under the Mrs. T. J. Wright Jr. of Ports- and Miss June and Randy Starling the weekend with :Mr. and Mrs. I ford County Teleernph. i

auspices of the Woman's Club mouth, Va. has been visiting her were Sunday visitors at the Sam Hicks. The Wolfes and Mrs. Arniourx: \ IKNNA

Mrs. Mary Boatw right, chairman. brother-in-law and sister Mr. and home of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Pad-, Hicks left Monday morning for a \11'rl'I: TO 1VI'F711t I SAUSAGE 4-
In 'a pleased with the response they Mrs. W. J. Whitesides having gett in :\Iaxville.Irs. fI. visit with Mr. and Mrs. Flo.'dtartin Fl..rlilfil In ('hnn<*.rT.
flown to Florida during the time Della Lake returned to Frank \ IMiM... Plaintiff V VlrI I
have had. Assisting Mrs. Boat- of Daytona. groin 1' Iti I.is..., I..r..ndant. FLAGA BRAND DRIED. ; :
Mrs. Whitesides was seriously ill I her home in Deland on Monday Rev and Mrs. J. E. Sherwoodand
wright are Mrs. Catherine Rose Case No. 10-MilNotlrr ,;
and Mrs Dorothy Baxter. in the hospital. Mrs Wright is after staying several days with family of Starke were Saturn TirRima Tn %mtrii r E n..la'cn. whovp ; GARDEN RELISH '10-0 /jar 19c

shortly to be with her Mrs. Effie Boat right. of the Dan | ., BABY
Janet Holm Honored leaving day dinner guests r. td lf IK e ami address Is' 20 Tioga
Last Wednesday March 14, lit- father A. C. Porter, who is seri- Miss Sadie Carter and Mrs. Harley family. ', Avenue I-ik Hi.iw.Uha New Jrr-'i FACIA I. TISSI F.KLEENEX

tle Janet Holm was the honor- ously ill in a hospital in Char- Annie flee Meyers of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Commodore Crewsof j seyYou are hcrphy notified that a i i ij boxes of 400

guest at a handkerchief shower lotte, N. C. We are glad to report ville spent the weekend with their the State Farm were visitingthe suit f..r divorce: 2 49c
given for her by her Kindergarten that Mrs Whitesides has returned parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carter. Perry Davis last week. above has keen named rued Court against and you cause in and'he : L LIMA I S

teachers Mrs. Gordon Adams, home from the hospital, and is Charles Knight Edgar Wilkinson Mrs G W. Durham of Jacksonville you are required to serve a copv nf' A&P Our Finest QuahtvSAUERKRAUT

and Mrs. Frank Walrath Jr. The improving each day. and Terry Futch were fishingin spent Sunday afternoon comnlainf your answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading to the i! 2 '7-lb cans 27c
party was held in the school- New Rotary 1'n-+IIt"nt Grandin Lake Friday night with her sister. Miss Elizabeth ttt..rney I Crotn: 4 firetn, :Starke; 12-oz 2i-o/

room, at Mrs. Walrath's home. At the election of officers at i I and Saturday. Terry and her nephew Benton I I and Florida file ihe original In the office HILL-O-II IME Brand
and the hostesses presented Janet the regular Rotary meeting las Bobby Coleman of Lakeland at- FuUh and family in Starke Inc the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 44C C

with an appropriate gift of luggage Friday March 16 E. T. Martin I] tended services at the First Bap- i. A group from Evergreen ;,or 16 hefore di> (the.April. 19C.otherwice ; 21 CANDIED YAMS 2 for 49c

since the Holm family will was made the new president. As tist Church Sunday morning and Church, consisting of Mr. and the allegations of paid '

be moving away soon. All tho I is the custom Ed Hussey the had dinner with his uncle Flem Mrs A. J. Crawford, Mr. and ,Complaint fs.fd by vou.will be taken as con IIIL-( )-lIt I. IE:

little guests brought handker- current president will be the Starling, and family. I :Mrs Stanley Crawford Mr and This notice shall be puhllshed) '
: once each week for four consecutIve OKRA 2 '0-oz pkgs 29c
'hiefs to Janet. vice president. Secretary will be The O. J. Phillips family spent Mrs Obed Paulev. Mrs :Melson weeks in the Bradford County Tele. ':

Altar Society :Meeting! Hi"- H 1.." of :M.irrh 1916 i A&P Frozen MANGE<
St William's Altar Society wi'Jmeet l be appointed at a later date. with :Mrs. Alice Jones. Bemice rendered several songs fOl"l"WIAI..u..)Charles A. Parbi A&P WEDGE CUT MILD

on Wednesday Marth 28 On the board of directors will :Miss Katherine McDavid visited -I I at the First Baptist Church Sunday Clerk of the rirrnit ('n"..' JUICE 6 6-z cans 790"SUPERRIGHT"
'I her at Alachu By Marian! L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
in the All Christoffers. Myron brother. Ray
at 10 a. m. hall. members be Dr. Donald I evening 3 10 4t 4, '.
are urged to be present at Prevail S. E. McKay and General Hospital in Gainesville I CHEDDAR

this important meeting, and to. Frank Walrath Jr. The newly- Monday afternoon !i i I Ii MEATS
bring a completed article to the' elected officers will take over in Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Wilkerson :,

meeting for the fancy work booth July. [, were weekend guests of Mr. and I EXTRA LEAN

for the bazaar.Gra.SI'tting : Mrs. H W. Johnsonof Mrs V D. Dickinson in Jackson- '
Air. and Shop At Home Cunro E FRESH GROUND BEEF
Tarty I Wildwood, and two son., spent ville.
Mrs. R D. Muse of Jacksonville -
All the children of the parishare Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Eve-

urged to come to St. Williams rett Fox and children. was the Saturday dinner I : Ib 39c 2 'lbs 17 ozs $1.00

\ Saturday morning to sprig guest of her parents Mr and
liirl Scout Notice WE HAVE l-lb Cut
the unplanted side of the church Members of the local Gal Scout ;Mrs. Jack Crawford. I 49C "Su wr-Light" Sugar (ami Smoked

awn Each child will be paid according group living in Keystone will no.:I I Stork! Shower I
to the number of rows he attend the regular meeting this I Mrs :Madeline Prevatt was given JACKSONVILLE PRICES BONELESS BUTTS "> 49'

does In order to do as much a?! Monday This is because of the a lovely stork shower by Mrs.J.
the B Bradley at her home last "Super-Ripht" Top Premium THICK SLICED
possible In one day patty trip to the Florida State Museum NEVER UNDERSOLD '
will begin at 8:30.: Several of the Friday afternoon. Mrs. Prevail !
in Gainesville which is being BREAKFAST BACON 69CFresh
received useful gifts from! I
men of the parish will be on planned for the Melrose members many A&P Silverbrook Print or

hand Mr to and do Mrs.the heavy Al Watson work. have of their the Gainesville troop. The local trip girls several had the cake 25 and ladies drinks presenl were Home served made to i TheEASTER \1 7) i Half or Whole G to 10 l lb a\g

just returned from spending several weeks ago. Mrs. Fremont Tolles the guests.Mr. TUB STYLEBUTTER PORK HAMS lb 43c
Mrs. Parnsh
in Sarasota. and
days that the
i Scoutleader, said regu- I" BUNNY a
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Adams lar meeting will be held the fol- and daughter of Lake Butler ALLGOOD
drove to Lake City Saturday to Monday. spent the weekend with the Aar-j L
meet their son !Mike and hii Melvin Kerr left Keystone on Summer family. Has Come To E BREAKFAST BACON ''b 33c1 I
The James Waters family were
friend Al Watson Jr., who were Heights for his home in Melvin.
Sunday dinner guests of the Bu- FRESH
Mich last Sunday after visiting I '
(;, for ten days with his soninlawand ford Higgmbothanis in Max\ille: KOCH'SAssortment SAUSAGE MEAT 2-lb/ pkg 45c
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. I Donald Thomas spent Lb

Now Open Frank }I. Walrath Jr. and chil- I brother night and and Saturday sis erinIaw.Ir.with: and his Large of : 63C "Super-Rijrht" ALL MEAT I
dren. While the rest of the familyfly I
hither and yon, Mr. Kerr Mrs. C. W. Thomas in Starke. Different Type Easter tl SLICED BOLOGNA '-"> 37C
Mrs. Nona Priest and granddaughter ,
prefers the bus as says
Nita Alvarez, of Starke Dressed &
Drawn Grade "A" Fla. & Ga.
sees more of our great country
visited Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Candies Cards Baskets !
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SHOP that way. FRYERS ib
Priest Sunday 39c
Mr and Mrs. J. M. Hansard of I I SUNSWEET
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vanzant and
Lakeland visited Mr. and MrsJ. Grass Plates ;
Court Street -- Napkins
Opposite family visited H. Vanzant near --
on their
U. Perry recently wayto
Court House Yulee on Sunday.
Atlanta. Mrs. Hansard is Mr.Perry's PRUNE
Guests of the H. C. Harleys Bunnies Fresh Tender
sister. Mrs. Perry accom-
the weekend were Mr. and'
the nan ards to Alanta. I'
BE GREATLY and visited her daughter Mrs A. and Mrs. Willis Rev. Troy Starling Wakefield of Baldwin of, BASKETS MADE TO ORDER i d POLE BEANS

APPRECIATED' J.visited Thompson with Mr.while Handsard's the Hansards sister j I Gainesville.The I JUICE J I E \ ( fl

Wilbur Bells of Green Cove USE OUR LAYAWAYWhich
Mrs. Jack Lade also of At-
D. H. SMITH lanta. En route home from Atlanta Springs visited the Theodore Lb C
Crews family on Saturday.Miss .
in Lake I Bot i
the party slopped Qt
I Doris, Shirley and Henry I
Owner & Operator 33C
Oily to visit Mrs Jack Gall, anijher
Tanner spent tithe weekend with I
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< .- : ..:; [ two children I
I their sister Mrs. Lois Tucker in I
II! Jacksonville. I GOLDEN( RIPE

I/ :Mis Nettie Starling was given
a :surprise birthday dinner at her t tII i 9c -
lxI I I
home last Sunday by her sons
I and daughters. About 25 guests Mild & Mellow COFFEE FRESH CRISP Cello. nag

tl I/ty were present to celebrate thIS':

sib ItCe I I Iz happy Mr occasion.and Mrs. Sam Wise of !i, d l O I 0 I ? ;. EIGHTO'CLOCK FANCY 2'bs 12'

I3 M '? Starke :Mr. and Mrs Lynn Hamilton i

v I flpJ'l M I Norman Hamilton and i iII YELLOW SQUASH lb 9c.
I Freeman Hoover of Jacksonville I i

'! I visited Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hamilton I tmr( rt a wy37 I L FRESH JUICY LARGE SIZE
I during the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bradleyand I GRAPEFRUIT 5 for 19c

family of Starke and Mr. Triplet Trades At Koch's?
'1-lb Cello Bag
and Mrs. Marvin: Warren of

it 4 e4ta JadsonilJe'isited J. E. Warren last weekend.Mr. and They Mrs The happy lad in the center, obviously. We I 79C REDISHESSNOW each 5c

attended the Band contest in I have the formula for WHITE HEADCALIFLOWER
BANK B\ MAILWeather Starke on Saturday, at which i j sending customers out

time Miss Beverly Appleby of 1 each
Jacksonville Beach, niece of Mrs the front door as tickled as a GI with a six i iI 21'

Bradley and Marvin Warren, took I

part in the contest. month furlough. Prices as low as Death ; SPECIAL
conditions that might make a trip I i 1Ji"cif
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly attended I

the Red and White Bar-i Valley; quality as high the Himyalayas I '(
to the bank difficult, cause no delay or becue which was held at the !, as a ; Jane Parker Double Crust

Dixie Lily Ranch near Williston !| and brand of fast _
hardship when you mail your deposit. a friendly service, does
on Sunday. :

Many i of our customers find this a safe andi Mrs of Leonard Starke Griffis\'isited'Ir.and: .. children and- the trick. Merely check today's specials Jane Parker L LEMON PIE 39C

Mrs. L. C. King and family re '
easy way to do Iheir banking cently.Mr. for proof. ANGELLg

anj Mrs J. \\'. Thomas Prices in this ad effective through Sat March 21

I and son returned to their home IP

ttsc dersonville, N. C. on Si: urii F rooo /.1.-H .N/.u. I *e M.ntl.e.' MM

,! y after spending time in Tan'-:
: v. h Mrs Thomas plr: ":-
'i.; ,.nil: 1 Mrs Fred Moore
Vmd: Mrs. Raymond] W.. 4J4 He
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Membir Florida National Group ..
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s (if Jack;:on\i'i!! > and\ MM' -

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''Young Leaders Book PlannedBy of C Warns ,'tntii! II. t''i-o tit
: Against .10,1 o :.J l li
Are PresentedAt HomemakersA T.I j.lh'S"t' (

\ Carnivals It was :..uritl that to vtag ,"

i Club class yearbook was p.inne! I I I i II A'n.=:g to i"l..t'; ('i\ii' !giYitrnr.g on the \..ebide.1_ I

| "Our Youth In Action" was thp .<:iti a yearbook committee lIam; t stolon but the mr' ir rt': > :> '
: : !t.i >
I : < I ui.ing: urni-
i theme of the program present.'iiat j1; -t. the meeting of the Honirni.iktri : :,. U.L.ism.l. tinwivk by Mrs registered! und h"1 I
.. i of the I : Ernest Black : T;
the March meeting of the iv S First Baptist i i .,,n Hiu-.f" St.uKe chamber srpi

Gladys MootyPhmie 'Starke Woman's Club Wednt. :: .. .' the home of :Mrs.: Ovid Cuiniiieu Black r:, :V : :> !i. -

-i[ Thursday ; M.inigerAoxilng ?tarke Ut. '..., ana! .. t
35 day afternoon of last week .it t tI evening. 1 to Mis. HothE' (I' ,
I i the club house. : : :M-s: F I-). Key delivered the d1m i i l"t al ". : ,' it !., i,|

(II I .___ __ rsr=ss== ii. I '. ., before the regular busin I Better Busmess Bureau taken -'.rnt '. ..n-, : \\" .'.
:Mrs.: Dave I'auJk chairman of j '! < :.- :hat K.ittma Productions. .
,. :mg'. presided Prcsit ::12 p "i Si' .- '.. M i- ,
over by I
the Youth Conservation Depar.- .'
Barbara Bunch Little Woman's St-\\'mtO'l's Productions.
..... '; Mis. Davis Gassett. I i i Tampa i

Sets Sets Fashion I ment presented the following \.lined to the committee ir..l Tommy Scott. Hillbilly Finn-I '.....' i ; ,'" .
July Wedding I Bradford High School studen'-: J Western ?hovv haus edI .
:v.Ronald; Gnffis. Mrs. J. ports pf :" -. t
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who have excelled in either ;tlit- I tai-.ics to secure
The Starke Li.tle ,I h.nimg Jr Mrs. .Iimn.v since :tile 1*. i. r. < v .
field of music.'ok.e, put-In ) from organizations and
: has: scheduled a special ..1 I Mis. F. D. Key Staikt: pt-' i f J', r, ,'pr: I
speaking leadership or entertainment groups in a number of .
Show for 8pm. next lookout [.t:' ::1. f: ef. \\ ..
March 29. at the Plan agree still b,' 'n ii'' iifir I ownThorrti :
"Youth in Politics Easter Hunt t
; Miss Lu Egg to give the sponsoring
An admission of >n urs 'i i ,oat ,
charge <
Green gave a twirling demonstration I. :' a percentage: of
tot adults and 25 cents Miss Jean v Children of members of lock up tne'i.: .. ',es win '. '
; Mundy spoke on ,, ips.
"ent.i will be collected at S .like Junior Woman's \ are to be left in one p1.! .
"My experience as counsellor Final plans for the Miss '.\ ;.11 be treated to an oldfashioned an extended period of -.,
summer camp; Syl'laPaulk have proved to bt-
made by club members at f Saster Hunt at the good precaution whether tho
\ Egg :'t I
sang two current numbers | Kii: HOU.K: K: CO.VNKU: : : (left and that the threo
meeting Tuesday \' i > presents d'ftn.biind award to Park from 3:30: to 5 reports of stolen cars ,It:
Charles Kirkland spoke on his II p.m.
liarles .. I companies have left out-
Kirkl.mil ItIK
Babs Lance. president Senior fur iit-t.iiiiling adlit".mt'ut. Mrs. Wednesday, it was moBit-nt t.r not.Denmark .
inventions presented his mode! : financial obligations ir'
the meeting and :Mrs. ( Rue I'aulU (right \\chairman nf \outli ( thIs
.mscnation program atoinan's week by Chairman Mrs D.L.
I cars, and also showed trophic cities and towns wher.
served as sponsor in the from General Motors; Jan Mun-l \\ Club last \\t.t'k.ht'n award uus made. Thomas.All have conducted shows. Named ,

h. C J. noupt, club dorff spoke on the activities of. members and their ;, Any organization in the Biadj -
their student activities. ] for the nlt'plmgIth have been invited Campaign ChairmanFor
arrangenwnts to
the Hi-Y club and
recognizedMr. j contacted these
| area by !
\VSCS Luncheon State Rep Doyle Conner presented -;, of pink azaleas and spirea i and about 60 hunters
and Mrs. Lloyd Green for young j should report the mat Fuller Warren
a $25: savings bond, from j placed a: points of interest. The
their cooperation to the club I anticipated.
immediately to the Chamber
Hears Book | the Woman's Club, to Charles- I tea table in the sunroom, was I 1111's. T. C. Hazen Mrs. Appnir PH-nt! 01 S.
during the past year; Gail Duke Commerce, Mrs Howe 111 g..d i i! I j'

.. I and Xancy Bates gave a piano Kirkland for being recognized as overlaid with an imported cut- i I Shepherd. and Mrs. Max Carter.Jr. mat k. lot .ui! funntuie u iiMi.1 '

An Introduction I duet; Miss Babs Lance spoke on outstanding in community, church work cloth and centered with :' plan to dye 7 dozen eggs Bruiford Cunty e1.ttu m ;n:
j- Spiritual Classics" was | the activities of The LittleWomen's and school affairs. I azaleas and sP'rea in a low silver : hide them throughout the park Police Recover f'ut'r'arro'!! !} f.>r ('.overnrannounced .'

reviewed by Mrs. C. D. Special guests at the meetingwere bowl. Miss Dabs Lance presidentof for the event.'Ladies .
Florida Conference Club and also gave a II i i Tampa Car yesterday h1:1 \

w. :1 I' musical impression of Liberace: Mayor W. T. Jackson, JudgeT. the Little Women's Club, presided Mark state t hairman t>f .:.. .
Missionary Education, at A. Yawn Judge Patten i t over the bowl.
George ,
and and Jerry Lawson spoke or punch '', CouncilThe S'like: polite !t-par.nwnt Governor's r.imp.vsnIVnm.uk : .
r. I bined study course Supt. of Public Instruction Har1 Hostesses for the afternoonwere ; ..' t'h -tokn! ca. .
1 i Sportsmanship.Mrs. I .t ntoxend! : silOlin th.i': :u .'
t meeting of the 1 mon Morgan Rev. R. D. Sommer. Mrs. Paiilk Mrs. W. P. II.. Tampa'n'r throush .'' '
Paulk also Mr. Ladies Council of the First (plans .It! i" t. \ I If..r t.
beginning at 10 o'clock I recognized j Rev. W. : members of lIlInd '. Mis. W. .
McAhley, 1 E. :Middleton.Mrs Christian Church met Tuesday number tnu'ing, -in' f'rit.t, ''t "i
Mr md Mrs H Bunch iili
George in the educational and Mrs. Tyler Jones and Mrs the Ih-Y Club with Dr. : George Uobeits .. .
Mrs I. P. '. '
I sponsor. :. \\ E Thornton and \--- '
night at 7:30: o'clock. Circle -'i'" '' \\ i" t t
of P N c., of J
atesville formeily
Prayers were offered Hogan Smith for their work with! | Calvin Houpt. and members of .t: Dmkins, Mrs George B. Flynn. One met with Mrs. Shep Tomlinson. : Chief Riley Sweit: ii- .11.f \. I i"! ;n..., .. 1i \

Starke announce the engagement the morning by Mrs. I Youth and their activities, an'. 'he Lit Women's Club with|I Sr. Mrs. I. E Clark. Mrs if. W. The devotional an abandoned 19.;>3 Chcv-

of their daughter Barbara, to Lt. Perryman. Mrs. W. G. Joan and Joyce Scholl Bobbu Mis Calvin Houpt :I Lance Mrs. A. E. Mrs. was given ,
sponsor.The McKmney. the Con'
I t
en ekw.imp
Hubert B. Meacham Hailmgen bv Mrs. Louis Newman, after in ; :: ;; 'i :::;t: .'
:Mrs. R. D. Sommer. ., Feiguson and Ar'hie Green for club house was attractive C. H. Quick and Mrs. Cula Coran. which plans were made for > I \I'.' 1011hnd't( : \' munii't : : :\
Air Force Base. Ilarlingen, Texas <
During the noon hour a I. I, I :! ,. I '1"1 t h"\1 i ,'o 1 ,
son of Mrs. Ethel Meat'ham of dish luncheon was eno'ed.Following ---.. j I is rather shakey these days it's benefit chicken supper to be hrii'! .. .. .
Sta'esville.: and the late Hazel the i I.: from the experience of running in the Episcopal parish house /I'. : : I' I "I.' I t' I ipiw(1 I

April 12. The next meeting v. ..'I
Meat'ham. !
Claude Bradfoid in thhe over a five-foot rattlesnake or

MISS Bunch is a graduate of of the president, Mi's. H. 1 : the old: Blanding road last Wednesday be held with Mrs. Millie Fogg. !I

Circle Two met with11': u.___
School and
Haine3 City High win presided over the morning after she ran

Wmthorp College, Rock Hill S. meeting at which time II over it, another driver stopped Grace Fullwood at Kin se\' Lake Sun.. :Mon and Tues

r Class of 1935.: She also attended III.,' Slade and Mrs. W. I I II and took a big stick and killed Following the devotional bv Mi" March 93; :2fi.! 27

Florida Southern Collegeand I I were elected as I it it had six rattles and a J. E. Sherwood plans were mdll DOUM.K: FE.\Tl'HE

Appalachian State Teachers,'tend the annual There surely is a bunch on the and 1 If.t!Old! 1 YaibioURh and Nora button for the benefit supper.

College! : Boone N. C. At presenthe ;I be hold April 10-12 in I, sick list this past week with the 1 1I I; and L. C. smith are spending A delightful family gathering Circle Three met at the hom BAIT
j |
j I classes at school reporting 5 to of the leader. Miss Elaine Cuk'-n \\ ith (1 Ico Moonand Hugo 11.\.,
is teaching economics in Beach. from Thursday to Sunday in New 1: was held at the home of Myrtle -

Bradford High School. i I 10 for each room on the absen- I Orleans the men won the trip -AndBroken
I The following i and A. W. Anderson, Sr. on
Lt. Meacham is graduate of I tee list most of the absenteesare In.a contest sponsored by Gulf Easter ServicesThe
a mittee was elected: : [ Maple street on Sunday Mar. 11 LanceIn

the University of North Carolim, Williams chairman.11'5. i down with flu, measles, Life Ins.. of which both are j the covered dish dinner wai ,

lass of 1951 where he was commissioned mumps. or just plain colds representatives. Starke Ministerial A.-" >II I- ( inema cope
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attended Sam Alice Anderson
Davis, Mrs. C. E. | by ana -
second lieutenant in i i I among those on the sick list .1 I I ciation announced this week thai With >prncrr Tro y. Kit h.inl \\ ,
Jack McComb. andIrs. Billy Dean Thompson celebratedhis I Ellery and Inez Davis.
Air Force ROTC. He reeeivelhis little Schta and Mary Sue it will sponsor noon-day sen it e- mark .lean IVtVrs Hubert \\IK"
Adkins. 7th birthday with a party in John and Jean Mixon and daughters : .'111" '
"wings" at Vance AFB, Enid. Thomas who are getting over: "Miss Madge's" first grade roor Edward and VirginnI during Holy Week and an Eati i GUINEA PIG Color Cartoon for ( hililr.Wed. .

Okla.. and at present I is rated} alight the mumps Frances Ford is Sunrise Service as has been dn-n, IS NOf A PiG Bur A
Star on :Monday afternoon had 1I n I Schawb and daughter, John ami
bomber pilot at IlarlingenAFB. Eastern sick in bed Sally Lawson has beautiful birthday cake made like Fonja Anderson and sort, Eva in past years, but that the Su": RODE.NT; AND Dots NOT Thur March: 2s. ;"

measles and Sandy Sullivan and ],I rise service will be held this yel COME FROM GUINEA. IT DOntl.G FEATURE
I I Worthy Matron Mrs. :1 III corrall. complete with miniature Anderson, Bobby and Janet Turner ORIGINATED m SOUTH
The will take in Jeannie Sommer had the three-I at the Bradford High School
wedding place
vatt and Worthy Patron ,I horses, and cowboys and pretzel and children of the Stat-i AMERICA The Purple Mask
I weekend j: ...__
July. day measles the past tad.um instead of Kings-lex 1,0
!i fences a triple birthday celebration Farm, Mamie Anderson and I
Sistrunk jointly presided lon .
CurlU and
: I I Matthews' cold into : > C'olli-t-n Mill
developed -
meeting of Starke : Betsy was held at the Brown- : Pauline Stone of Archer during -. Lake. .
I i l a mild case of pneumonia and The Holy \\'eEk services h:1'cbeen an are e\ery ap- -And
Sock Hop ScheduledThe the Order of the Eastern : : leeChasteens on Sunday when the dinner the wedding an- .
her sister, Mary Agnes, has the I i!I scheduled 'h iatr> the \ diie of tu-teful
for noon ea< Follow
That Woman
I i celebrated by Jim and
Monday evening. i brtMays'I.'re: niversary of John Sonja was
flu Joyce and Stevie Denmark March 20 throng1. \. )' in her snci.il life. l IIWI]
I day, Monday,
Junior class Sock-Hop I Following the regular j i | Chasteen, who has a birthday or observed, which date fell on \\iliiain Cargan; and :\'anl'\ Ivtl'
will be held tonight (Friday) i Glenna Joyner and Hazel: | who Turner Friday March 30 at the First l tli.- IJ.IV.JTOX: STIDIO
meeting Masons who ;I I. Mar. 21th. Connie Chasteen. :March 11 and Janet rin-. Color Cartoon fur ( lulilrf
from 8 to 11 o'clock in the USO!. F.astern Stars were invited ]Hitch are confined at home \vuhi I. has one on :Mar.: 19. and V. O.I I baked a birthday cake with 39 Methodist Church with the choir : l) JUT SHOP see our

building. Proceeds Will go toward chapter room and illness and so are Francine and Bridges on :Mar.: 19 Pai i I candles on it for her mother. of the various participating ( '! of ('fll 11th.' jcwrlry. Fri. Sat.-March ::0:< .H J

tbe Junior Senior Prom. : pedal ceremony given by Mary Lu HUlendahl Gary i,I Hobbs will be 16 years old Suni Alice Anderson whose birthdaywas churches assisting.Ministers lt.i\e all the accessories of norm-E; FKATI: HETarzan's :

T I'kets111 be :50c for coupler f.cers.i Harris alsd has a light case of|i day Shirley Johns also hut March 13 I and choirs for the season priil to jour Savage Fury
and :{5i' I measles and while we're on I week are as follows: I'c
rot stag i Masons for the 1 Sunday and Gerry Ted Charley ,
,i present "t'I a birthday on I Nice picture of and ''lion.
hear that : With lfHarktr and Domtlu It.,
the sickness subject thi Monday, Rev. R. E. MacBIam '
hers showing
were Jack McComb 1 Bennett! celebrates on Johns in the T-U recently ; .
I : her "tiift. That Last" e\-
Lappe. It, is quite ill in Christian Choir.
!Master of the local ; Beverly 2Sth Bill Adams celebrated I Ted cutting the ribbon on AndPhantom
and would enjoy hearing i i l neL.. D. Haines \" jeui-Iry and mesh liags -
-; UovUanci District .' bed | his 5th birthday on Mar. 21st !I the new French Avenue in San- Tuesday .I
from some of her old friends here!.. the Mr. Methodist Choir.Wedneday. \\ lilting: nail Daiis. from
\I:ibtei ; O. O. Webb; j, Were you watching I I ford Seems this importar, Stallion

Y.iwn.; J. M. Sistrunk; C. ; you can address her in care I I!! Toymaker TV program on March : project was started during Charley's Rev. R. D. Sommer I :; .. '... I
Hotel in GainesI \\ ith lli.\Allm
W S. Sibley; Fred of the Thomas' 10 when our Cub Scouts Donnia : administration as Governor First Baptist Choir.
j!I i I II Rev. W. C. M.Alilcy .. Tins :.si-rial ('haI'r0.: 4 an
| Thursday -
IHE REASON MOST WOMEN Nollman of Bradford [. ; I ville. ,: Thompson and Barry Firth, appeared -! i,

DON'T LOOK GOOD $IN Roy Q. Tomlmson of Dr. Jack Barry and Dr. Tom- on the show? The Cubi I Paul Faulkner II I celebrated his Episcopal Choir. Color Cartoon for ChiMr.-n

I and D. B. I my P..itch're in Wash. D. invitation to i Friday. Rev. J. E. Sherwood
SLACKS IS BECAUSE THE Lodge Harley C'I were given a special fourth birthday at a party im

DISTANCE BETWEEN THE tev Lodge 159.Refreshments. j Sunday to Thursday attending attend, and were treated royallyat I II kindegarten Thursday morning Presbyterian Choir. Saturday Late Show
Convention Tommy Rehern'ood will deliver th.
Medical I|I that morning .
were TV station Mar 8 and Friday evening.
went up by train but Jack didn't ,i wen i Easter: message at the BUS stl.! Adm. 50c To All
going Up With the boys Mar. 9, Tom Smith, Bill Powell.
GREAT fare SQ well he flew, and his'' FricK and ium Sunrise Service at 6 A m
Garden ClubThe Den :Mother Mildred Bob Smith, Frauk Williams and

plane had to circle the field over ,i son, Rickey, Norma Thompson i Harry Stallm gave a dance with the other ministers assistme w -' -:-,:, .lfV

Washington for two hours before I and CuH in the program.
making of son. Billy Dean, from 8 to 11 o'clock in th-
it could land in the snowstorm and and Mike Music will he provided by the NOTICE TO HOME STEADERS)
be on the March Mike Frick, Jimmy I Woman's Club for classmates
noted that Gladys Colson and I Callon Bradford Hisrh School Band the ,
Starke Garden Club, Grimes, and Mickey I from the 6th 7th and 8th grades the list of Homesteaders who have not filed a n- new
Marie Sullivan are now woiking i, enjoyed school Glee Club and the church are
ning at 7:30 o'clock at after the program the group . the boys had the club house I in this list please c-onta
at the Garden Restaurant they i of the lay choirs ;: for 1936. If your name appears
House on Church street. the remainder decorated with azaleas and spireaand
formerly waited tables at the I i had Tax Assessor's office on or before April 1st, if you wish tit-rent
Members are asked the Jax Zoo where they the refreshment tatle in the
hear th Piney j at have taken care of this sin
Gold House i Wheaton Glee Club Homestead Exemption. If you
materials for the making a picnic lunch sunroom had an arrangement of I
sages, such as flowers. Brown and Mrs.have J.been J. added to I Glad to see Leola Roberts backat the same blossoms the $', In Spring Concert )', March 20th disregard this notice.

wire, clippers etc. Keystone her desk in the first grade young folks enjoyed dancing to I Arno-tt Thomi'i'. "'

.- -.- 9 c51 Hostesses for the \' j: the new hospital and office Mrs.staff M.start-C. class room after being out for ; the music of the record player At ParkofthePalmsThe ." :reen.hampton..I al M.Max D.I)Harrell. Fisher Jr. Nathaniel WIll! II' .

be :Mrs.: Cora ing today month as the result of and were chaperoned by Katie I lIampt"n :\frl!. M. H. Moody I.orge Wbitn. \
is joining the dietetics the past Starling"m.. 'I'. (:ranger Yetrle Tboml'h I.
You won't have to dig Thompson Wheaton College Women's ,
very Leslii!
man. Mis3 Clara operation Little Wainwright Mural Gardner, Iartin Minnie t1lbl'fln R. I. C. Th"rn""

deep In jour Mallet for expert: F:. H. Pmscott, Mrs. department there the nursing an is getting along fine following -! Maurice Wingate and Eoline Glee Club. Wheaton.. 111., will appear -| J.:. g..lie\!; J"hnnlp D. Crews Floyd fir..n .
Thomas 1fr" N. P. I:' -
of the Starke Maternity I 1 Alh..rt & Eunice
staff I in formal concert next Wed- White :
auto lit'nlre bring your car rington and Mrs J. B. a tonsilectomy in St. Vin- Smith ('asslato l1..OOy Vie Fre.s
Hospital will also join forces i iwith and resday at 8 p.m. at the Parkofj j .. {". E. Andrews Lacy ('onwav
In for everything fine in the I'I'i cent's Hospital last week Martha (Henry) and Bill Saun- F. Martin .onard C. II",
i the new hospital beginning tbe-Palms. it was announced thiS H. Iumb..r. Sr. Ernest Mabry
gas and oil line. Beta Sigma PhiThe Paul and Lois Kaufmann ders and family have moved into week. H. Conner :e. n. Stokes Jr.
Monday j | AUKllltUI' II"I
recuperated nicely after hay- their home they recently purchased -I th.-nt 1:. M. Lewia
Under "Castastrophes for the:i II The one and a half hour concert i )f'C'rarry Rubv Y. Allen Sr.
Beta Sigma Phi their tonsils out in Riversido | on road 301 South the I Jlarlrlr..k \v. U. l.a..born Rolo..rt W. 1V.i'
Matthew ing
hear that Hazel I i is of the -
week part singing group's annual (:
will i enlertain prospective I| Hear that Bobby and Mik; B. Moxleys: have moved from '''''lId l'r..wS H. C'. Douglas Adolph 4y
JOHNS: took a piping hot apple pie from Spring Tour and will feature {"r"w II. ('. hijeks Oi"lIh T"jtln
Monday! night. :March: morning :: White were among the recent i Pmehaven Sub. to 613 St. Clair (I t1riffis M. O. Harrell L L. Jobn."."
the oven last Saturday 'solo and instrumental numbers as I ,
hamburger fry at the :! victims of whooping cough . Mr. an,| Mrs. Howard Solomon 1 I: L. Crawford 0 r. Kelly Sam Rr.wt..r.,
to Willie Pittut.
and started to take it over well as renditions by the massed j: If. fimltb ('. F. l'adett I II
WAHINHILTEMnt'AVt '11'" E A. Yancey. t ( the st'hool cafeteria for the District -.:j Scootie Duke gave neighbors j have rented the Pooser Aptat :! ensemble. i I ., F. Judd I'toaritr Williams Haruld r.oOOmal Mit. I,. _ _

OHI is reminded to call I 1 and relatives a recent scare 311 W. Call St. the C. M. Tys'.n W. B. Jerr..n Earl .
Band luncheon and upon :! : Admission is free.Where's I .. Ty".n !\Ir... JI.ta Oval RPriha r.r. "
gin ->htis sponsoring I arriving at the school corner she 'I which she swears was unintentional Garys have moved to 731 N. Tyson, Jr. Ralph L !>au'nrler.. Margaret I.... .

ii'-i to the meeting.G.tINESVILL.E. and She and daughter, Walnut the E. P. Cobles are I Tyson George It. Alvarez ClInt HIli ,
U.S.>)t NOI had to stop the car suddenly I the Tyson Drew Reddish henry. W. fin
I the still-bubbling hot pie, which Terry Dea, were on puny | occupying the house at 74S .. t D..n A. R. Whilf'h..ad Jkt n"bl"11 ,
resting on the front seat, i list and slept late one morning 1 Thompson St., and the Edi.I .. \'. Cummings Mrl Mrlt. Maggie H I.. Edwards('I..monl Jel'sl.J. I. .Falrt'.t Haril' r .
BO I was neighbors noticed that I Harpers have moved to 701 E James P.'. w.: -
1! took a swan-dive onto the floor I the 1 ReynoldS Mrl<. R P4. Alvar.-z ,

Did You Know? WAREHOUSE I I i upside down-so the boys missedI : the milk: bottle and paper wen Laura ..-. Desue Tyson Agnes Fraltier Thomas Kelley P.'hllh F. \0011"l.au"dr" "

Your Loral :Majflout-r I lout sampling Hazel's delicious !' still on the porch come noontime. i i That does it for this week Crumme1 Lei.ter 'roB"y orrs. 1uuhuuP "
on ,
Why Chiropractic h 1M) effectlie pie -- also on the near castas- so sompone called her sister. See you in the next Crammer Russell 1". Thomas Earl Rrady Str..klar.1"III" ,
and I. Crosby Ella Mae Hankerson
in rare of migraine headI I !I trophe list, we hear that littlei ; Piney Brown. to come over to the i -Carolynmi&m. Id Gunter Joe E. Starllnc Wilma" Nlamit Gra. I.. I. '
I had happened Hankerson Hines Starling
aches? i I Ruth McAhley 2 years old, locked I see what blinds wero :Mark William Slade nl'lI

Migraine are eau>ed by a I herself in an upstairs bedroom 'Duke family the locked. Cuffe 51.reo Jaraco Lydia William Lane Lan'
couldn't shoot windows and doors tsther Green Albert Letla Willis .
and drawn, Sl'lIIe Ruth ( ;
pressure- of the spinal cord. Inbtead I last Saturday those I Clark K. L. Younll1blood
the bolt-latch back to let herself etc. you know how I 1furry Eugene Austin Satbanlel (lark
to rrllete the
any- J"e Fra..i..r
i 1 "snowball" pearce l"ilrllfi T. tirlffiB
had to call stories can I
pain the Chiropractor "renunesthe I !'out s0 her daddy walked in the James Th..lma Starling James JohnQ

cause" (pressure on the I !' the assistance of the fire department i I how when Piney wasn't locked. l"ennett Albert Starling Azalf'a r' ., ('Mot..1 Lynn
which SIlcox Ed :May
"pinal rJ) and the pain IlsIleKm MOVING with their tall ladder to I Duke house -found the houss .. H. WillIams ror1 Normun Smith Alma D. Ov.1
themselves in after all) she yourDANGER Thomas Gill"I.
apjwars. I climb up and let ( Scootie and E. Smith Harold Starling Dorothy 1.11 \
Phone riaineo ilk : and let little Ruth out flledth smoke M. kaman Anls ft. Kirkland .
is such > the window j Mr and Mrs J. J Pickren of LINE? I. .Jes"e At..xar.r I.hfor
a case: blissfully sleeping n.lJore N. L. Starlln ..
Female 42 had I FR-6-5224 I| and last but not least, Mildred i! Terry Dea ; Gainesville announce the birth I n. & :\r..lvlna Abraham 0. .tr IrlfflI <
age !H.'en'mlgralnt's I in the kitchen to Daniel P. Vr' r
for about 20 I Sapp, Ann Green and Juani-j j she went out of a Daughter, Paula Dawn, on ,.HOW' MUCH of the value of II. Powell Alice Jeannette Davis Zeaner .Jon,
jears. and "race W. 01- I. p Rafule
I I the smoke ___
of Wa11o. __
exedi- the cause I Uzzle Mae
Patient would often 1m in Lcd ta Harper's little fishing see thelighted Feb. 28 in the Alachua General) jour home is without insur- !>'. "tai iriffis. F"n.. V. r" rE
on .
tion came to an abrupt ending found the coffee pot Hospital. :Mrs.: Pickren is the I I \\ Ralph Wise Cleveland Durl&au,
S to :5 days at a time btvau.seof and the ance protection? Don't guess.If Mundorff .'allie"est _
stove. boiled dry .J"k" (lark' _
last Thursday when Mildred i*. former
intense pain. lU-Iief obtained Annazee Thomas, daughter n. Johnson Sam Drown
was I i fire strikes having guessedrong JoJa1w.,11
and I '
TEA H overboard the water wasn' not burned to a crisp gettingcrisper I \ Smith Robert Scott ;.n'
after 1st Chiropracticadjustment of and Mrs. Frank "m H. Hall, Jr _
had gotten N could cost plenty. II. Avery Unle Easton
but mighty wet and cold! j Scootie Thomas of you William 11. flail
deep the coffee pot on and Starke. I I, I I lIuliington J\l'njamln Flnnl tlarv.-v J.. "nI. ______
Word comes from Mead Lewis.! tin and put 1 i Rllrh Florence Wllllam
Patient nirt-ly has any headache I I Call on us for a protection (: W. lIro"n J. W. DIITMr James Byrd
i back to sleep I
I who inducted two weeks ago. then went Starke II. "" U""or' "
was The
:Maternity Hospital I 4. Andrews Rnbert Scott
now and only in a mild checkupO\\ Let us make Leo L fill
form when do that his address is now: Mead ) Bill and Alvce Graham, Charlie I announces the following births: i 5i'-: 'trw. IJzie '},f"Ollire Ej.t Mrs. Mike Mar'I' "
they tiocur.Fur \.lIlams
I ; that Annie \VM'fI"ld
Lewis SR 4S9-00-46. Co. 104. UJBATT I and Melba Part in, and Juntas; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Colemanof ure your importanthome I tlutl"r .ram. "oustoa "' .1.J"ot.. I.

further information on (60c Value) 1st Reg. USNTC, Bam- I! a'ldirgnia; Smith spent a recent I Starke a daughter Joyce investment all of ; N.: .nnett 'fo" Miller Mrlt.''- E'anie"_"1" n.Mo'tI .. i
all tjps of illness 108. : I "' Desut' Joe Jenkins
phone : bridge Md. noted that J. F.I'I weekend at the Graham'simn Diane. Mar. 14.Mr. it is safely insured. I Duue P'.ard Smith John W. r.rlffif. !

Consultation FREE; Denmark is home for a week' in the Scrub Jo!on" I : and Mrs. W. S- Brown of I C ThomaS F.dlllar WiIlIam Albf'rt!Or'I" J.yfI Johnson,
I n'Ie I.aura Coy
39CWith spring vacation from Emory in Rowe was home for the weeVen I Waldo a daughter, Bonnie: Anita. I } 'irf-.n Fr-4 Imlth E W. rf..hl J:,.

BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC Atlanta sorry to hear tha; from the IT. of Ga. the Flk, ; :Mar. 15. t Mi.ihrman Mandv'ht \' 'fof'. .. ,P!;trror.j TbMTt'!' .; .
H. C. \VaD I nllbf-rts I.r'
\\'. n. Strickland is having to retire ('rtained their wive at a tnr- 'I Mr. and Mrs Charles] Srnm'dt' AgencyPhone tImriions! Est. fr.t'"n: Tluhart "ifl.. Elt'! r
Purchase as manager of Hart's Furniture 1<1'\ di"" >" Pt the (irn Ttpstqi-t" of Ftarke a daughter, Barbara ; .-, ltsr"cs: I..,.-0 I n"l'ht, .. "fl't"rnl1I. "k..r"
I "' Dell ( P- .t .
CLINIC ;> GAL; ATLANTIC: ; and Gerald! Baker of Jax i: ,..."t Thirviav P"E'1"f;"!!' of last Ann. Mar. 16. I Baker \I ." ". .!" '1 "r

rMw working in the s'ore. ,,'ppl( ,,'"nut SO"onnv ,.ttpflilp" .1 I Mr and Mrs. Johnnie McCrarv ;j : 146 :, ". & 1 Inc WIlIi,, ',..1. ." !I'' .., I" I II ..t'..
3 niot-ks North of Post OfficeIn : n""n
; ,1v9 I
Harringtr" .
NtarUe Fclton Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Westfalls have Tenlv arrivp home Sitor1jqj of Starke. a daughter, Janet ; 200 E. Call Street j I. ; ,TI",.. I ....- .'.' ., '_. "-.1. SrI

irvived to 636 Gardner St. and from Oo. T'. "i ore h p TP- ; Louise Mar. 16. I :'f. It H"r' n4 I. i. I rh, .

:Modern Method. I.idyAssistant Atlantic Seriee .V CMr'p: E Kl "ns! have bmisrV.T t'pi'p4 ::I mpf'r.' .' i ,.".,.....P n tl M'ani Mr? W'rftrd' Hr'I j I Starke. Fla II I r:, .rrl"'1 .h'r.... .." J i.1.- .It.1.-!.."r1'r.r. .!oI' Mir ..

Sti-ani IJaths Sink's, 1"!>;: '_-i, on Btr'tK '" r.r' ;i'flC. 1-- "" '70"-., I I, I: hn"','" PO' MI'!'. Xlram \V- 'j
North Temple .\\ 1r n M YV":: a rli.leh'er Bef \' r'': !: J'. T. Cr .w'.r.i Tr. .
It! h. .- M ,".' .. .. .t- It: J1r, ,H ", v T J. rljg "fri ran \ :
Leu '. .
If V !u n h F= rirtpr :'. Mir 17 .(: :- ... .. L: w: ttr ,r.go r, J. Th.." i .,


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.\\', MARCH 23. 1956

__ Jesse Moore of Douglas Ga. Pot ten Elected '
e-Crsrr Sr rr Sr"r srsFssSSS :

was* visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ira J'[:'I ALVAREZ' STORE %en's Clothing Ii, :1

Harris and family Sunday after To Head Rotary Established '" I :''i

Mrs. Gene Norman arc
and .d!L. i :< >:';>,< !1. Pt"-- '-

pending this week at Ilomasassa i .. .s.df.nttU! -, t *

Springs. ,' .. i.onub: fur tr:

G-INTHE NEWS .. -- PFC and Mrs. Steve Walker of : '. i 7 .1: the! regu:..: COUNTY, FLORIDA :

Fort Jackson, S. C. spent thc Colorful .,' i < :nr of the or J.mi i

--- weekend with her parents Mr .' \\ t.i. .,.!.iy. George T. !| :Mwife and family jciin me in humbly -

'I I and Mrs. J. II. Moncrief. f : 1" t 's, named: vice presi- ', thanking you for the honor and

Mid M M l'.h---.s ar.l M'Winon '. :MiW H. ;Nullman is spending S. Denmark spent last and rriile of for the
P. strving
Mrs. : > ou
.. ,
of Maci<-noy \ II days in Sebnng. I Operetta II
Bnn.son week with her sisler: Mrs May :N. :' nbc-s; elected to thr.Inrectois. I ne\t four years.
Mrs JohrT Mi. and Mrs L. ADavis spent
Mr. and
AiitiMtng: the weekend in Atlanta. Ga. Parrish at Dukes. Ii > besides Pat- We are deeply grateful)

\. T'irode un Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. George of AtPTAA' t, r; ..:: I H'ljrjjins, were: F. B .
and Mr. and Mrs.V.. K. N'ewcomb
Mis Chailes.J. R. A. Darby entertained of Orlando spent the weekend Chicago. 111. were weekend guestsof 1 I'.i-.i: I i K: S. Ceebe. A. Y. Covirt.t..p. Charles A. Darby,
Mrs. duIYe T. T. Long
Dr. and Mrs. P. G. Felos. :: .1 H
with their son and family. Mr.
at two tables of bridgeTuesday Clerk Circuit Court
Darby home for I and :Mrs. G. S. Xewcomb. Mrs. P. S. Denmark, s. G. Den : ,1:1.1 Jim Chasteen. I.
at the I Starko'and 'i The fficors will take overa .
Jr., who i!! i Co!. and Mrs. William Stewart mark and son. Stevie of .
Mr.O Haynes. :
j of the Rotary'
home this week from Wichita'; of Detroit, Mich spent several \ Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. Saxor. : the beginning

j days last week with Mr. and Mrs. of Hampton attended a family'I \ year. July 1.
Fails Txas.
Hallmark Kaslr Curds at i iItiillingtons. I Lewis N. Smith. I I reunion at ths home of Mr. and i I

!I I. P. Shepherd was in Tampathe I Mrs. Ira Lane in Jacksonville on MeetingkiIL \OIH'r. TO \i-i'K\n I My Sincere
circuit ('..urt. Vrailfnrd foonty.t'liirlil.it .
Mrs. V.V. Strickland Jr. and i first of the week visitingMr. !I Sunday. ( In hanrrrv..

Mrs. Charles Jacksonville riaintSff. vlon ". I ,
,.lIfl. Danny left Thursday for and Shepherd Kenneth Clark of \Yin .1.t\ ilarbir.
I f, I ll.i-o'.d I I;ar". r. I'efendant.Case .
Mr. and I I II
Lakeland to visit her grandpartfltS. and family.I'reEa'.ter was visiting his parents. :-0. 10143utfce !

Mr and Mrs. S. J. Douber- i Suit and Dress :SaV I Mrs. I. E. Clark on Monday.Mr. i iFi'.e I \ Ti ,\pprariT" whose.- I, THANKS
:>\ Mi Strickland will join hi* at eila's. Friday and :Saturday.T. ; : and Mrs. Dick Seal. and I it-id-nn John. I- I llaroiii:. t.iiii !I'arK Califor- |':

the weekend. Mrs. C. Hazen Jr. was in Atlanta Jacksonville and AIM; i and \\ b..-.' addre is;.5 Si 71 I II
family" over childien of i ..t the leading characters in "Thf ('tuning of :spring, presented Ilo.mead. Callfor- ; I
J Houpt who is in Orlando onjbusiness i from Tuesday to Thursday attending Benjamin McAlister of I \1 I '-.i..n T'lne.
and Mrs. I at the Elementary: S hool I'T.nlt't'ting Ia..tI'c'k., are IIktlln'lll n.
the Southeastern District I a.You that a I
this week will also join were weekend : are hereby notified
Folkston. Ga. I I' To The Citi/enx Of Bradford I Irur
and meeting of Sinclair Refining Co. Mrs.V.. E. !l \e: Jo k Prostajne (hut) ; :Spring, Kehecca Sellers; Sunshine, suit fur divorce >
return the'aboe :
her family in guests of Mr. and j: t.as been filed against you In
to starke with them on Sun- \ Mrs. Martha Gonzalez has returned Flakes. Uarhara :Sue' Barksdale; and T\vo \\iiuN, I-irrj \\illi.inis, and :Stephen'lilley. : nanifd Court and cau p and of '!! returning me to the House of Keprest'ntative with

to Tampa after threo I The colorful operetta wa. presented ,hy pupils of the combined > "ii an iiiinred) 14serve a lopy. .
< Mrs. R. J. Davis John Godwin y"iir answer or plp-tdme to the p m-
iavMr. and Mrs. X. M. Simth and | weeks with her son-in-law and I, and Mr. and Mrs second grades.Lawrence. pl.ilnt on the Plaintiffs Attorney cut oppo>ition. It will never cease to be an honor t tu
Powell fox 104
John |1.00dwln.! p. o.
H c.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest !
family wen- in Live Oak Sunday j j.usitinK daughter i of StarKe were liaimMlli-. Florida
Mr and Mrs. Hayden Phillips. j I E. M. Davis the funeralof 'and file, the original. In the office of represent Bradford (Count in the State legislature.
among those attending the ('Io>r: of the Circuit Court on
niithJ'rrF.a.ter Mrs.V.. A. Eonham is improving -I'II Mrs. Davis' mother Mrs. Ida Hutto Two Motel Sales or before. the

Suit and Dress :Sale after three weeks' illness. last I :2 ilay of Ai-r.l.: ltr.fi.otherwise DOYLE E. GONER

at Dili's\ Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Joe Arnold Mrs. M. D. \ \V.Saturday Tatum morning.Mr. in Jacksonville. Rites Thursday Recorded Here iTwo i iI Complaint will the be allegations taken as confessed of sad. I

and Mrs. Charley Johns by yon.
Mr and Mrs. Henry stefanelli I|Bryan I
and Mrs. A. Welles Stump This notice hill be putil!!>hed i:
and children reuirned home Tues- were in Jacksonville shopping : I' once eacti week for four cunseru- '.
ilav from Reynoldsvtlle. Pa. wherime Thursday of last week.Mr. who have spent the past six 1 Lawrem. Sheitun Hutto, 75. aitsident motor t oil?t tiansactionstotaling live weeks in the Bradford County )

\ attended the funeral of Mr.Sti'taneMi's and Mrs. Roger Fleming of [ weeks in Miami, were guests of 1 i (it Stake Mnce 1923.! $69.000.'l're) revealed Teleeranh I iMlid tlu: P. day of Manh 15'. I II THANK YOU

Jacksonville were weekend guest"" Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Stump died a: his home lu-ip Tuesday List. week by !muniments filed in OFFIt'1.I.11.1 Phhrle-- A. Dariiy '
fathei Domimrk Stef '..
,' on their return trip morning following brief illness the office of Clerk of the Circuit I Clerk of the Circuit ( urtFly i|
anelli who died Manh 11 Tho of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mizell. Wednesday Marian L. Crosby. eputy ClerkI Words cannot sincere
Mr and Mrs M. \V. Lance and to New York City.I'reEi"li'r Mr I liutto \\a.i fc '1 n in Orange- Court. I i :t .':! 4t 4 15'In express; my appreciationfor
fnOWSlllrm the Norh durmp
m ,
>- Sale 11>81. the The Thomas located the confidence >ou have placed in me by nominating
the'E'fk- Suit and Drt-v bmjr. :S. c. on K b 22. Motel On '
Dabs .
spent llrndfiird County.I'lorlila
'he nast wp-k a"-l.i.: d UK Stetannelh. daughter, Circuit ( .urt. .
.--' eetul end! Wayrross.. Ga. visiting Mr. at Leila's Friday ami :Saturday.Mr. >. >n ,.f the Itte: Oliver Perry and U. S. 301. South was sold by ;. In. ( hanrrryI me. un-eppo"I'd for the office of Bradford Count TaxAssessor.

and Mrs U. X. Carswell and'', and Mrs. Paul D. Carter In'! .i lv.nM: Hutto. lIe moved B. T. and Susie Thomas to Van I .I'\, iij innri v' K-.". .I'ar.iInodM; ir.ria.ni.ff.i Ill IHlallt.'. S. : ; This i is t the highest t Iwwr eer bestow ed upon

Mr. and MrsMoody '.. Florida in H. and Hilda Anderson for 12500. i! c.,-,' N., luIlir.lrr '-. me It has been prhilege to in the
t.imilv! I IIlir.LF.S I visited her parents urniiii ma ) 'olIr. To my ;: serve you pi; >i

I "The perfe< t Raster'Gift" I'! in Ocala on suntSav. 4''" JPm :S)1) and began.d4dN This ('our: has 12 units. Mr. and 1 1 ( litpenrt Of PitMirsdonnl"tale ..f Clitridt. T..iI and yuan; rest t assured that in the coming term of thisoffice

: at :I A. F. Harrison, "lit Mrs. Anderson were formerly in i I r.eiijaniin: I I.'. Coo.l\.ar. vh'oad- I will
; Name in gold FKKK I i Mr. and Mrs. ( II:, IOr11; emplov business at Hilhaid. I.I lri".s and ri 'idem ,. j.. rnknouti. continue to sene )"(.u in the time hunthe.honest ,
Tuesday the motor court
nullin tfln... I Jr. Waycross, Ga. spent :in-nt; \\ith th'i !1 You are required to appear on and courteous way strmng. at all times to administer -
I Mrs. P.essie Thomas Thursday with Mr. and ; .\n| II 2:!, r>r>t;. In the abonntiiud:
Mi .iini
.. to iboaid Air i the duties
of this
I 11jl. : ;< Court and cause, wherein plaintiff office in a fair and impartial -
: and daughter. Theressa. had din- M;. Harrison Sr. in SaratogaHeights. f 1.11Railroad.. The Floral Motel on U. S :seeks divorce.
__ that
I -. .rig I manner my integrity not he
untlwith! Mrs. 301. !North consisting of six duplex Bradford County Telegraph shall may question
ni-i Thomas'loan'I1I. !
I .Ii *" \\11:1'11: ended\ publish this Order in next four wl

... Mr and Mrs. Roddick Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horten and w.. (' u lien ho retired units was sold! by Hubert Weekly l"I t '
I Thomas.. in Lake City. I'I'I S. C. spent the A. and Mary H. Fox to Emil and ;. Witness mv nand and official seal
of Camden. : 1916 after
baby sin a I Starke, Florida this Manh ;2 U.i ir. Thanks
I Mr :and Mrs. J. K Hardy and \ weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. r... : more than 3fii Minnie Ver Bust for $2& 000. 1 I !';5f.; .

afternoon : ".: In another recent transaction j "l-r"ICIALSKAI.M'harI<>. A. -tarht
family spent Sunday ; service i ii 'I
: Cole. J i yeais of As Clerk of said Court. Gene Long
I with Mrs Charles Hardy, Sr. an'. '| Mrs. Mary Lane of Ja.1.sonville'; For many yean Ben ?uslow sold the former Trov |:' f>" Marian ('r.hv neniliv Cl'iChas. '

Mr and Mrs. W. H. Bryan and l'I spent the weekend with her mother .,. I ho was a section Bennett property on U. S. 201 ,,lJ'ldg.., Jacksonville.n. ness 201 FU.Guaranty Life' _

family in Gainesville.GORDON'S. ,I Mrs. Bertha Pearce. foil-man in charge of maintenance north of Lawtey. to Albert Sap- i Atip'. f.T I'lf. ?. 1': It 4 13. -

i i arui daughter, penfield for 12000. Suslow purchased -
i Roy of II) nuU-.s of main line and ,
I former residents of the property last yearSappenfield i Milliner ivir.viiuN 111HtC.I"1.:1t
1 Caiolyn three miles of side track between is : FIt"I" 11111" 'iii; : THANK YOU
a n''on; ructing a
I S arke. stopped off here for and Hampton. After re- i \I :Nutii'i' i i..* lir.*liy J.: \'n bat tiniinil \
TIPS Lav.-uy 24-unit motor court on the ..
return prop- ,
viMt recently on their quietly at his | TsiKl \ "ntns f
in Mexicoto tnement he lived erty. I r!-.---ii-r 2(1.1! :.3. L-u\s <.f M..nctn
;::1 tup I from vacation ,I home here. I 'ots uf I'.Ml. will! r.-gi.t.r '.\ liii tin I am truly thankful that I am not opposed in the primary
then home in a1em Mass.l'r.Ii'ter was veteran oil; Iffik, of the Circuit ,I'niirt in ar.ilfor j.

I '.' suit and Dress Sale Mr Hutto I'raiiford Countv. State ..f Fl"rnla. for County Tax ('oUt.' tor This office is
1 .1 V the SpanishAmericanVar, a. I upon n', ..il.1 of proof f put.l-: { jour office andI
at Leila's Friday and :Sal unlay.Mis Legion Post POLITICAL I .iOn uf 1'iis! notice, the 1".- III,."-.

'" : Tit U;; Olson is visiting her': member of American the Railway iiiinie. of Starke Radio Ar T\ Si'xi'fuiidi I I am here to serve! all of the people. If I can be of any
56 the WOW and r xv huh we are t-imafT'-d in
Lilley ...
Mrs. George
ini'Mier. l-if-mi s at Til K. Call St StarkFli -
111 for three weeks.Mrs. Brothei hood. i Th:it the sole owners of .... db'.Mniss help to you please! call tn me and you will receive C't'ry
I Surviving are his widow. Irs. i I are. It. Klnmaiiuel. "i-"i \V.
SINGERROUND iAp .1,, 1 Henry Godwin and Mrs. II' Franees Ilutto; four daughters Mill 4IIINIllMMIVM4INr.il: M? ,.i..n i-'t.. Si-irke, ""I.. and >\'ilr ,II i assistance; I ('ane ) ClU. :Serving > ou is all I am
W L Blair went to Satesboro: Lula Edna iu> ". iinti.i: : < MI. sI'tlikii I I'n.ni.ii.n. r.-J.::::, \\ Madison SI' I

BOBBINPORTABLE : < ; I. en Saturday; to get Miss May i ii :Mrs.and:hellie Mrs.Hall Carolyn Mrs. Red- (; II' 01.., ,. .I I p!. ilmin: imii.ii ii.il I i! >t.tiiMKl I I this i partnership.lutid 2'rd: day of :Man li. interested in and I cannot and will not take any part in

:: 1 Kennedyho is visiting her I Ii Wells Mrs. 1.---; ...1.., II -l I iatinti' uf (''luntyiIftlI .\ II. I I'C.fi! at Starke, 1"r..I1".rol
i and
: K. Kennedy in Key- grove all of Starke, ,. .ir..t I .tIv-\\ i,I li --*.n..irtt', ( 'ou-itx', Florida other races for all\ the candidates are fine persons and
other. S. .. ? :J3: 4t 41.!
i Parker of all. T.'" "" i I. I..w. hul'pry
1 M ir>e Heights:;: while Mrs. Kennedy'u : Garnita of .;..II.r i-..aI.I "1" lit 'in pUlolic I friends. It lot
Hutto to
P. means to feel) that I
my a hate
Oliver i me
-REDUCED TO-i ) "'a. two sons, '., Mil HK OF IMKMI\ 'hi
1'moviHe\ La. with her son- 1.lIh. '''' I I I z..t '''ii ;itit ( tIn'V.it I
-_ i i 1-1 Starke and Tillman F. Hutto. i.I,. I., ,. .aiin F..r 1'.1111"1 111.1": II'JC l'lttJhiiI '. '1t
daughter, Mr. and ;': .li' : lliat tI..- confidence.
>n l.iw and Mrs. ti'.iii V'U' III, 'li* \ \ .II' a1 UI'.rt.It : :" is 1It""y j: Mil your
Cannon and new baby i Jacksonville: three sisters .1 .'.. i I';.s: .." ....)""' 1..r I '..unt). 4il1.'iol..r '.. I unili rsi'' n* d. 'itnili til' ii'''\ ..1"11'. (.C
M"s llairv Ga.i .-, : .' .". .. .
$992 Radford, Comak. Tha"k riiap'iT'I' i ;! I.iusA. uf Kl 'r ii
WEEKS sn i ii i Alpine St Petersburg .I, ::;$,,: potl..I J.:. ;':IWstlnI'C'II I is ,.f 1:1/1.| will ri-g'.t.r i \\ I" 'i MM
Garrik. '. J. R. KELLY
Thompson and i Mrs. Quiiman 'ItiK. I .f Ihf .Ciri-uil. .1111 Ii 1> ll.1r..r
i Mis William) : .. .
ONLY IILF. I in ; and Mrs Pearl Brantley I4MNT1 C II'I'.IIIIUIII" ; lifadford ( ..Itntei.f r Fl. .
-- I 'Ir is non ('hampion"ere five grandchildren "'-. DM: d.\\vir.i ) I .,1". upon ret'eipt of I'r.t ,.1,' i ill''ati.n i' "
afternoon.Ath Honewell. Va : and : ni till". notire tin tname "
: "Nope1.! Y ef' tires bolt ttt Oa-newillc: :Monday > ... .if The 1' I : -
NOW YOURS AS UTILE AS and W. I \\ 'h, I'r annmini ni> i'andldacyfor ; Spurt Sb..p.| \
I Kesi"!. | Thomas. T'i held in | ( '..lIlIt t ( ' $133 A WEEK t : trouble Jackson were in Lakeland Tues-1 Funeral services were 'i I,1.\\ "')' ) to !I... v.itid ..n .....untyatiarg The tin- Mile owners of r'ti ',.I
j First Methodist Church of "-. 1 umI Viar.old\ horn And .>s- are Herbert Thom i I IKy I
business business iI | the i i .
flr minimum Ls
f dmra our Legion
ISeing particular i tlav im American i in anil II ThrmiiH, Xorth i .It'H It "
Thursday n-.tiiil I llr.iilfi.nl Cuunty.
1'1 1 : he was a member 01'-\\ IlaEfIl-Y; fl
PLUS.FR'EE I when it rornes to sen ire work. Capt. and Mrs. O. L. Ilaynes.I which 'i."I al" nn' on II f.iuii. I vlii-ve St.irke. Florida.
? I Wichita Falls | afternoon at 3 o'clock with IKfitint' ; Mi'infor. tin- lounty's dollar 1 I 1I'd tins ;2oth ..la"r M f I. \
.. Let us < heck jour Tr anti thildren of Fommer and Rev. < \\ittioiit. .iililitiiiiuil taxes and II'l'.K. at Starke, 1I.U"r.1, i.' ,.. II' .
7 SIWlKGXOURStWITH : I, Texas are spending this week | Rev. Robert D. | |iiidK: >- inx l h..--t iffortv toward that I Flor'iti .
TreadsBattery Sr. and :\tr.1| T. G. Mitchell officiating. Interment |1..1, if ..I.! d il. i uiir v-iti'. and a"li"1 : : it 4 I : Dedicated To Community Service -
t;:; YOUR POBTA81!.MACHINE I Tire with Mrs. Haynes .
;: I followed in the family plot :|1'1'1'"it m th- May "
Little Movie Ari' Better Than 1er"It
and Mrs. A. N. Holliday. j I I In. Kri-itl I iv' appri i latFd.iiiicereIy I
"v'iSINGER"I, S is attending her > in Crosby Lake ( ('mett'ryith I I' .
I Marcia Haynes I Home In 'Ih.. tonrf Of The <'onnly ..Iudlt..itit
Funeral H\lnl.l K. N'OUMANFoil
former fourth grade classes while [1 DeWitt C. Jones llrailforil Innnl), Florida j i| you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad

SEWING CENTER I Brakes here this week. '! in charge of arrangements.Active .iii-iiit'i-. In iri.hnle.IV cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS
KE Estate oftitt.n
I. E. :
'aiers were lilt \ ( nil NTY
howell :\I.I.I. Camerasan.l pallb: I!. $MlTlf.fleceastd..
Bell &
403 Xo. :Marion Head Light Carl Johns W. E. Thorn- Sat.. March 21-ONLY Tues W'ed.4arch 27 2K
at IJullingtons. Claik, I h< ri l>y annnunimy candidacy
Lake City. I It. lrojwtors F. Hazen. .>U'i.tinn; Sheriff of Bradford '(ITII i': TO iir.mToit
Gay.1.: tor r" as DOUKLE FEATl'RETHE
1'hone SOGcnthrnen 1 Mr. and Mrs. John F. Burton ton Adolph fiiunty. .'ubjcrt to the 1't'mo.I All persons having claims ...rd. Our Miss Brooks
1I 1I I and two children of Cleveland. and Lorenzo Green cratiil'rimirii>!- in :May Having mands against the estate of ir.u <' WAR AGAINST'SUCK CATTTECHNICOLOR
: I I faithfully discharged the duties of I I". Smith. deceased are hiiel'V, nti I I. 1 11) .
I Ohio will spend the weekend I the offii.i' to the bet of my ability fled and required. to file tin'ir i lall.-
i i Send more information on Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson.Mr. I "ilK'<* 1"'lIIin your Sheriff. I promlie. -, In the offii of the I '.only .hull'
( w : Bennett and At The Tabernacle if re-eleted. to oondui-t the affair of Bradford <''''IIIIY. Florid in "oCountv ,
Special I and Mrs. Ovid I < of. the office. in a fair and Im- Court Mouse at Sink.1 Kl\ -
I Shaw I Ida within eight "a"'nel.l11"1", L
Randy. Mrs. Frazier |,artial inann<'r. \ "
J i Haw Iteprrsmtathfi Senice !I son. visited the Highland Mrs. Bernice E. Steed repre- Youroti- and >-upport will beKMalU i from the date of the first [1"1' ,n t
present machine. 'C, and Dale Johns the Mission of India was I annii. 'i.iteil.Hi I tlon of thi. notice or tin ," .
my I |, sentmg .
Zoo Sunday afternoon.Mr. : 'I.. fully Mibmittfd.f becomeoid according t" !I.n\
Pickering speaker at the Tuesday evening I> KKDlll.SMrun i This March :21st, !!'r.fi:
and Mrs. II Shr. i i tEHEPI'UII' >;':.
weekend service in the Tabernacle. .... .
Name WAGER'SService I, of Gainesville spent the colored i i "i MI tiiior IIM'II I..'.Ifl' tn .Ancillary nt i I I GEORGE
I showed an interesting i tale of Cra-: I: Ii I 1
and OM: 1 \\vir.t >
:Mr. '
!; with their parents. slide of the mission work j i i ..as. d ) MONTGOMERY
and Mr and Mrs program Moll\\ \ Kn Klit
R I h'iil i.iT.dul.nvfur
H inriKitnre mv
AddH-ss Station : in India. Mrs Steed was a guest i ri.-i-let tion .,s ''i.tJntyI.fl i'nniiiu,,;'_ .\It..n. \ count*newt

987 Temple I'hone "to 'L. N Pil.kE'ring. Moseley and of Mrs. R. G. Bollinger who accompanied -, ,'r from I I..fritt, On.i : il.a\\l'\i LU
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To\.n Phone No. :Starke.; \ H*. i rhi'drrn.' Patti and Hay of'Trl'ze-1 I and ; no s% -- r\inir a-, hairman of t'"i
I :Miss Reba Thompson and Miss 1:11'1an.1: \ f..1 that m)" p.-t \]" rn : :
Tiogc'ano f.
and Mrs. .
vant Tenn. Heights 'm'e Ualifu| <- me t.. ..r: \ on thi '
; of Memphis. Tenn. are Ann Cell of Keystone iliitH-s ..f the '.ffl. e in a .iji !''..
] II. IIi were also present and participated I manner If -eleded. I wi'l,!l. > <' nto It \ I irPt
i I vi'il;ngDr.. and ,put forth mv lie'.t iffortv f..r thionntv -
A PERFECT and family. I I in the sE'rice.I av a uholeYmir .
i Adams TIlES[
ReG.. E. Cutshaw of Green-I \iit.- anduppurt will 1-e
of TI-
Mrs G.V.. Te!; on
Mr I I nIle Ten:.. and Starke, brought; rin-i .atih TWO HADAlOVE
j EASTER GIFT it-ksonville: were Sunday visitor J c. (CarU flEVTrI'lIIt

of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anders.Mrs. i! the Sunday evening message interspersed

of I; wih items of personalexperiences. "( MOOI. notniiJMO SO DEEP
Parrakeet and Cage Frances \Vadsworth I II III"T. < ''OITII SrUtlil;)
i i Anderson ofstarke 1 ; SO WARM" ,
i Hampton. Mrs. Sam I I wKh to .imiminre mantl..I. i. x n- '
j :: and Brant and Kay Turner f..r r.'I''n. !" Si hool IConrdmenil" J !I SO RIGHT.-
ij1t I
I in Gaines- r from HI: .Mdi-n' e I'.-tr t
OPALIXESLBlXO YELLOW FACE BLUES i of the State Farm were Presbyterian ChurchFriday I Two South Starke). I im ""W \ : K\e: Arden

affection. Make 11.'i1tkp Pundav afternoon visitingMr. i / '..I-inic .i' i-hairmsn of the l,oanlind '
birds trained full of love and "- -
Baby easily I and Mrs. Harry Lappe and if VMI honor me with re-eli-r- | 11'frrY ) TH E : I'u.. "Deg (lone ('a..." ( artoon and

wonderful pet*. All in full plumage in all colors. Blues In all Adult Choir practice. I tlon to this important office I uilt 1 : "(lay I'arisian" 2 IU1 Short
family rontinue render the
to bi"tservice
lhad'rllos idle Also elloufaed Mues.All I 8 i very !
greens, \\ ) p.m.Sunday of uhli-h I am capable: to \

raised and arrUimated to our Florida climate. Hundreds to I ; School. 9:45 a.m. Mom- my dii-trii I and the county at large HOfr'"9 JOHN MAT111AS
I The.: Your vote and active support will .
'The People
ing Worship I COfN'n 6CI1(>'!RS rvONNf MIICM'll
choose from.BiLLY. Funeral Services he apprt.dat..d. ,
I .
Road." 11 am. Youth Fellowship J K i I I W"N; 0HlN! ..lmNQtI NC* Thurs. Fri.- March 29 30

ROSE PARRAKEET FARM II For Mrs. Tatum Harvey and Hilma Tanner.. J1r.OW'I I Ii CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON :b 'CH'I. lAy CfC"ll iffM
KOK COTV COMMIVMOVEU I j i A J ArlW l nA 0..0. CM t'H9 to* a* Billv. The Kid

On Highway 21 Keystone lIei hL... Fla. I Linda and Beverly Chapman. HIST. OM: !I,, imtttmitiir *""T* **

.----- I Mrs. Idn hosts. Evening Worship 7:3G about this question 'J I'lus "1tlm'ar.1I.tor..." Cartoon
Funeral services for I hereby announce my Candida'\ i
resident for (' 'Iinxv Commissioner from District and Chap.u.. 9 ('aptlnfrka t
SO. a former !
r Wells Tatum. ,
p.m.Tuesday Women of the One Lawtey). subjei to Ih.. :.
I of Starke and Jacksonville IIo'm"'ratl h'rimsrIIn May. I way .1 I don't enjoy paying $20 more

I last Saturday at the Church meet S p.m. I' liorn and reared in radford County MRS. CARRIE WARD .
held than
were premium necessary on : ___
Wednesday Prayer Meeting. and. if elected. |ildire to carry out I! ___ I
Key-McCabe Funeral Home chape1I the duties of this office with honestv auto insurance but this is .

I I in Jacksonville. 7:30: p.m. I smrer.ty. and fairness to all! 'i Sun.. :\lon.-March 2.1:>>, 26 .
I Thursday -- Junior Choir practice 1'0111''ot. and -tlve support will.,, what happened when I finan- e.
Johnson, pastorI
Rev Russell F. he greatly appreciated.c .
ced and .
mnew car. they '
3:30: p.m.Building .' ;
Springfield Presbyterian I lIuhP.TFPo !I -
I burial was wrote my insurance as partof Joan Crawford II
MR. BEN MIZELL' I Church officiated. and Iht ( III'TJIII'F. I I '
in Evergreen Cemetery.Mrs. the deal. Could I have insisted I
Permits T. the .-itiz..n" of P.raifnrd fountv -
Tatum. widow of the lateJiinnis I ; ; that the insurance be
I am a candidate for reelectna
MANAGER OF TilE :M. aum, died Thursday. Reflect City GrowthTwo I y-iiir, County Ju<1.:.. .n the M.iv with my regular agent? QUEEN lyZ5&IIismIPW'
I primarxettlon.! !ha\ :ng no tv-
March: 15. after a long illness. I -id.' bu..meintere'.a. I c-iti: c.n-. ,
Three Friends Barber Shop She was born in Macon, Ga.. and major building permits fora t.nue to. devote my fu'l'! t:mto t1illt.e -.'' BEE ,

I .. valuation of S1S.COO were < : < if the "ffi.-''. I t-i\e c.nthe : ..
L, a member of the Episcopal total I people! I.! Bradford ("...III.tthr, Charley E. Johns I t._ ; I

e Church. issued by the City of Starke this >.-ars of Impartial. fair. e"n'-n'; s 1FTiJ -! .r1, i ..- i.,\

: Fhe is survived by a daughter. week.A ar.d murteous yervire: bnvtrei". ..__ i' r / .. i .,_ _.e -.,.. -
'in.d and modernized the off c*> f..r 4 .
( I ra .tt.
YOUR P. THOa(; : WILL HEAITUECIATEI M<\*. Rawson J. Davi, of starke.T : permit for 9.000 in remodeling -I feateiefficiency, and have kept it e :.: ::' : ;... q.

)) son, Rufus J. Tatum. Jackson- was granted to Ley r th.people.Tim d-i'' 'ns. regular hours I' -..--." :; & Son Agency lito __- < ri

\.:veone: sister i Mrs. E. O.piucpy Green for his bock: of stores on I a>k re-electinn up,.n mv r. r. -,iof ., .

Pa'atka: five grand-' East Call Street and Lonnie absolute honesty f.urnf", :m- I / :
9 f.artallland: proven ability. Your liolKTt Ta lor" )
JJld MarHow
,.h1.1"'t'n.; and eight great grand- Futch was issued a permit for anew \'nlEanJ support will be greatly ap- Phone 13 Starke Fla. > art
MflS. I.EILAll'Xnr.: Owner and Operator ( Vdren i 59000 house to be erected T,r-1, 1.11.1 1'lus "!It'p ( at S,' mE'h"n.artllull Tills '1'.ti..i"s I'" CartoonJ."RID.

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School NewsHampton = OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTH .,

1'1.! ,', ,\l\ ", '
Kementary; School ha' it X : : j
Soil Conservation :Mr and :Mrs. C_ D. HM": : I"' bti- .. .
just received $130 of new library ; u j <: < !>r.: h is :;: w : i J

books, which have been catalogued I N-E-W-S fimiiy: ut Lawtey weie Stir: i M.:::1! 11'W.e. Sunday \i. 1., .:. i i
'1' guest of Mr. and Mr.L. L ": tht! grounds and t.! ,. i
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and are now in use by the chil : By Bill H.UI-,
,-. Wainwright and family. .' _. KM: is '. .
dren. I t' ., : Soil Conser\iition Sen Ice ryone \\t' < ": < '
Mrs A. C. Eelche and hiMun M--!
10-mile liI .t'! ,
Signs regulating a :
and Mrs. Belches daughter, Mrs .:111 I
limit have been installed! in ( : :1. n- >
speed The Board j
: Supervisors for H. D. Turnage, and children wen- ',' tSinda! i
to > Inl'.I.i< -: j
the school zone, warn drivers the Bradford Soil Conservation ;
visiting Mr. and :Mrs Alva Turn- ,
i.ii"i:: Mrs. ,
i I : : CarruV '
and aid in protecting the lives ol District met at the home of Uoyd age in Chattahoochee. last week I,Ii'... :. j I
the school children. Green and made plans to distri- They also visited Mrs. Belche's : V.: i".i! \ Mrs. \\.1111' t i'; 'n i ii !
bute : !M-; : .,:1,1 1 Mrs L..nil: N ,- ,
Marvin Faile pastor of Hampton 20 pounds of Giant Striatla J. !
father : r. Meadows, in Dotham. .
Protalaria ...1\!. i>t Miami: h.i\o "t .' ji j
conducted the seed to folks
Baptist chapel who are Ala. while on their trip. ,
service In the school auditorium interested in trying it as a cover :Mr. and Mrs. 1' A. Allwood had ,!,.' f'r awhile |

Wednesday morning.Mrs. orop and soil builder. One of the as weekend guests Mr. Allwood'? bY4 i -Sloth Of J t< n-' :" > {t

Floy Sullivan, teacher of District's goals is to get Bradford father C. J. Allwood of Jackson- ia4 i -.: ..no.his: motht Il1th -
Countians to T i :'- at Uu ()) \
the second and fourth grades. more landbuilding ville. "I .Ir !
crops and to stop burning off, : i i-' Sunday; J
wag absent Thursday afternoon : Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley had

March 15 due to the death of an I I FARM LIFE BEGINS AT 60 progress in their new enterprise their fields. By using good conservation as Sunday dinner guest the Rev FARMINu IS TilE HOBBY I' m- -i *-(< .* nu : t tilt Hrii i pep!"'! M.1 l! C\: i Mrh ()We:', >' I' !t

uncle, Tyson Sapp of Raiford. Her !' for R. E. Kubel. retired ship- '' for in the short time they have practices more crops John James of the First Baptist Otto F i'tshiiw ri .tbov inspecting IM i A !Mi'i,' ( Ujl'i'! '\i d i h\ I ii> \ 1.-lt.1 their sor.-i.::-i.i.v I Il.IUhtI r
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Percy Sullivan yard worker, shown above on his been here, they have with the can be produced on less land at Church, Raiford.Mr. i '! :ri,' In'IIH: "i'Id.t
substituted. new tractor on his 16-acre farm I I assistance of a Negro helper got ,i! less cost and in less time. and Mrs. J. E. Hitchcock the soed beds where he i..i ,i. : !I.i, :ti>! ili-.ta'i; i> xu'iking! at w 'fk.'r:.i

\VMU MfUThirteen located On the old Blanding Road i a lot of their place cleared and :I Enjoyed talking to Aubrey have as their house guest Mrs. !!I has popper, eggplant and tomatoes -, his i.irni hobby toward year ]

members of Hampton (the Belva Dear Ranch, owned by I have some crops in. They have 1 i Moore the other day while he was Hitchcock's mother Mrs. Harry !, planted. He and Mrs. Siemer ;! 'round farming, and says hi has

Baptist WMU were present at the Guy Reese). I I some potatoes and a small patchof I II I' waiting for Zedra Hamilton to Rose of Altoona, Pa. j! have a 10-acre farm out on the : been able %> hive ""iiiethinggi Are All Cold

meeting Friday evening. March "I like farm life fine," Kubel sweet corn is up and growing. clean some pea seed.'e! were :Mrs. J. G. Godwin of Starke l!old, Blanding Road (the old Big o\t'ing mll."i! tl', t tune' Ht'l|
17, when plans for redecoratingthe said, "but wish I had started In addition, they have several seed I discussing Giant Straitia for a was Sunday dinner guest of her ,,i Murrhee hi- t"\'"' ,nu-'iti J i w .I t't.i' jectru' Remedies Alike?
place) and ,
church nursery were discussed years ago. But then I do everything beds of pepper planted. I I[ cover crop when Aubrey put his son and dauhter-in-law, Mr. and I they antr.jng fem., : i ki t p i !iI i'' ? t n, i''ci !ii'p.i-t-1" l : t tt No! For eiample. 6f 6 |Is the wiJ-
I II ,
In the business meeting. Assist- late; I didn't get married Their experience with hogs was foot upon the tail gate and re I Mrs. J. B. Godwin. j I several experiments in !, ', -",,, : "'.111...:, activity Int.'d..._. which combines 4

ing the WMU will be the GA until late, and I think they oughtto short and sweet. They had a marked over the noise of the seed Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long had ; farming. For one thing. th.\ 1 d scrilxHl or the Wlwt frteoti\e wuiflv-pn>-
drugs knoun,
to relieve aj
girls; the intermediates to make knock any man in the head fenre-treakcr which was giving: ;, cleaner, that his sugar cane wasa as Sunday night supper guests' tried raising cabbage plants ,- cold m,"'rk'" sooner. 6f 6 is n* r>*

(curtain and the juniors to paint who waits that long to get married trouble, but as Mr. Kubel says: ;, third better where he had a their son-in-law and daughter, j summer, for fall planting 01'! potent and giee p..sxtise.rapid drttn.il u-

utorage shelves. ." "1 got my .22 shot the hog. j jaM cover crop than where he didn't. .) :Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards Jr. i says they shaded them with! ,in_ relief Irum mtst'nrs of ail kn.:.

Mrs. E. D. Allen presented the Mr. and Mrs. Kubel came to I we put it In the smoke house j "It really" pays off to plant a cover 1 and children of Staike. I I bacco cloth and 6 B uiieur

program Make Me A Channelof Bradford County last year on a and I never tasted anything aSj' crop. lie said. I I Mr. and :Mrs. R. P. Mclendon.and get some through, but aito!!.'*hi'r

Blessings." Refreshments were I visit saw the farm they now I good before in my life." .j Lonnie Harley used the District's (I sons attended the Horse ,) the result was disappoint :mu No other'"..'I,r.cold',>,<;rrmedvfan ...;."dIN -6TrY6'1' 6
served by Mrs. Lester Slade and'j occupy, liked it, and in November lIe concluded by stating: seeder cultipacker to plant some Show in Gainesville: Saturday However he says that last y. ir bbo Cold T obit'I". I

Mrs. Raleigh Brannen. moved In to start farming for "You can't beat the climate here j Argentine Bahia pasture. Tom, night. They were also dinner I

I'aUy Roark Honored the first time in their lives. I It is a lot better thin all that Casey used the cultipacker to plant guests of Mrs. fcL<'ndon's brother --- --=- -- -- --------
Mrs. B. W. Roark entertainedlast The Kubels have made good snow and ice up in Virginia. I I some PensacoU Bahia on his place I I and sister-in-law' Mr. and Mrs. f -- ..3: __ ___-_ : a

Saturday afternoon at her at Lawtey and Raleigh Conner Wayne Cogdill and family ofj I
home near Hampton in honor of I VVVVVVTTTTVTVTVVVVTVVTTMAXVILLE urday to make their home. I also used it to plant Pensacola:I Gainesville.Mr. !

her daughter. Patsy's tenth birth- Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Sheppardof i grass seed. I I : and Mrs. Coy Mitchell of I :

Folkston. Ga.. were guests of I| J. R. Wainwright used the Distrhct's Marianna were Sunday night sup- :

day.Games were played and refreshments Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Johnson at 'j i grain drill to plant millet in I per guests of Dr. and Mrs. H. J.

served to 23 guests, By Mrs. C. B. Nolan the J. & J. Truck Stop Monday. j|I his pecan grove at Heilbronn Kucera. i''

after Patsy had opened the many Sunday School Party j I I Springs. The State Farm Home Demon- i'I
A AAA A A LA A AAAAA A A A A A A AL AL The Intermediate class of the Martineau who I
gUts I Phillip farms in stration Club he'<. its monthiy I
Christian Cliunh Here Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stanley and Long Branch Baptist Sunday i I the Graham section, has requesteda meeting Tuesday afternoon in the '!j r It Gives Us A Great Deal Of Pleasure ::1 I
School held weiner ;
Host To Youth Rally infant daughter of Charleston, a roast and complete soil and water conser- Community Club House with Mrs.J. ,,
Hampton Christian Church was S. C. are spending the week with party at the home of Rev. and ''! vation farm plan. His land lines B. Godwin and Mrs. Lester To Announce
Mrs. Herbert Higdon last Friday : have been located I That We Have Moved To Iii III
host Thursday evening, March 15. Mrs. Stanley's mother. Mrs. Doro- on photographs -, Dobbs as co-hostesoes. An interesting I
to the North Florida Christian thy Waters and family. night. About 12 guests enjoyed:I and a request for a soil i and informative proI I ':

Youth Rally with six congregations Friends of Mrs. Sarah Jane hot dogs and played games until survey has been made.CLAY I gram was given on "How Does I'll'I ::

of Christian Youth repre- Griff will regret to learn that a late hour. j II I, Your Garden Grow?" Mrs. P. A.

sented. she I is ill at her home here. Little Miss Robin Elaine Smith, : VVVVVVVVVyVVVVVVVVVyy Allwood is Garden Chairman for jjllj I!! '

Slides of the Hawaiian Christ- M-Sgt. Raymond Kilgore spent infant daughter of Mr. and :Mrs.! I the club. i 312 West Call Street

ian Mission were shown by Char- the weekend here with his wife Albert Smith was brought home I HILL I Mrs. J. E. Hitchcock rntertain-I !' :i;

leg Moore of McIntosh formerlywith and family.Mr. from St. Vincent's Hospital in ed with a small
the Hawaiian Mission and Jacksonville last Wednesday and I her husband -
and Mrs. Charles :McClisseand liy :Mrs. J. U Strickland Saturday night honoring
now studying further in prepay i- son returned home last is doing nicely. : Joe Hitchcocck and her '
tion to returning to the fiI W. Mrs. Myrtice Hurst of Jacksonville ....44.. .44.4 .44444. P. A. Allwood. I i '
Thursday from Huntington, neighbor Mrs. 'I This Move Was Made In Order "
Special music was included in the Va. where Mrs. McClisse was call-| was in Maxville Tuesday visit- j J D. Wilkinson was in Tampaon Mrs.. Bryan Whitfield and :'olrs.1 I That We May Better J .

program. ed to be with her father who is ling her mother, Mrs. Sarah Jane business last week. He hopes Milo Seiglcr and son, Mike, were I Serve You Our 1 '
Refreshments were served by) seriously ill in the Veteran's hospital I:Griffia. to get a contract hauling water I visiting Mr. and Mrs. Spencer I Floor Space Has Been Greatly Increased ii

ladles of the church to the 63: ; there. I! Miss Kathleen Denmark of Jacksonville melons this summer. Crews last Saturday.Mr. I i
for the meeting. I .. Mrs. J. C. Wallace and Thus Giving You A Wider Selection Of !
present Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters and was a dinner guest of Mrs. Lillie Wilkinson hag been I and i '

'Crsofl2di family and Mr. and Mts. Bud Miss June Higginbotham Sunday.Mr. with her daughter, Greta, in Orlando their house guests Mrs. Neva I Merchandise !;H!<

Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade of Waters and family of Jacksonville and Mrs. Ray l'ellum of since New Year's day, and! j Gordon and children, were visit In Price And Quality 1

Hampton are the parents of a were guests of Mrs. Dorothy Jacksonville visited with Mr. and returned home last week. Sayv ing Mrs. Wallace's sisters Mrs.R. iJM 1 '

daughter, Nancy Dale, born Wed- Waters and family Sunday. ::\lrs.o'. 13. Coleman and family there is no place like home even.II A. Wells, Mrs. Isabell Ed-.varJs !
nesday, March 14, at Starke Maternity Art Demonstration I Sunday.Mr. if it is in the backwoods and shI ', and Mrs. Dan Bryant in Jacksonville ,

Hospital. Nancy 13 the The Daniel Boone PTA met last i I I needs to do quite a bit of work last Saturday.Mr. I Our Personnel Will Remain The Same :1 H
and Mrs. john North, Claude ,
third child and first daughter for j Wednesday March H. Plans were and Helen North and Mrs. Mary to clean up the trash that accumulated and Mrs. W. N. North had I I, "
Mr. and Mrs. Slade. since she has been their guests Tuesday Mrs. ,
t made to hold Open House at the Wellhausen were guests ofIr.. I as : "
Mrs. Ola M. 1'elkinssited! I April meeting which will be held and Mrs. DanIann and sons in gone. We must say "Welcome North's mother brother, and sis I i
in Theressa I Mrs. Nell Beavers, and \Watch For Announcement
afternoon home. Miss Lillie! ter-in-law.
unday .at night so the fathers can at-i Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. .
tllh Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Clov-' J i I Mrs. Gertie Faircloth, the Buddy Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beavers of r

ersettle and their newborn son tend.Mrs. Duval and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and I Wilkinsons! and daughters, St. Petersburg. Mrs. North's Of Our ;
Dorothy Rowlett, I Formal i'
and Mrs. Buford Opening
Herbert Marshall, who was born family Higginbo I Louise Johns visited friends in mother will be with her for a I
County Art Director was presentat tham attended funeral servicesfor I
Palatka Hospital. ; Melrose last Sunday. month's visit. II :
week in a
last interesting
the meeting and gave an Mrs. 1 r '
Roxie Bennett at the
Hicks W. G. Stringfellow 1'1 I II
Mrs. Woodrow I Williard Lane son of our pastor Mr. and
Mr. and
discussion on art in the Brandy Branch Cemetery Sunday. I I I
: with
and children of Orlando were schools, and demonstrated with I at Clay Hill, has been home spent last Saturday 0
MamieMeade's Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Sweat and I and daughter | /
Sunday visitors at :Mrs. some of the art j: on leave, but returned to duty their son-in-law '

Markalee in Hampton.Norman spent the being moving done pictures in our grammar family 1). Higginbotham of Macclenny and and sons Mrs. E'I Korea.Tuesday He and joined will the leave church soon and for< I and Mr. family and Mrs.in Green George Cove Manassa'Springs. i i: DROP IN TO SEE US TODAY 1:1:

weekend in Hampton with his i I schools. all to hear thatN. guests of %Mr. and :Mrs. Leslie' was baptized while home. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen1 Ii
We are glad I
family. He is stationed at Camp L. Cannon Is better after sev- Sweat and family Saturday.Iuutle I Well, we thought summer was and Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Whit- I

Gordon, Ga. Uirthday Party about here, when suddenly a severe field spent Sunday in Campville, !
Mr. and Mrs. Free Hall and eral days Illness. visited Mrs. John North and Mrs. Harry I wind came up and blew in visiting the Whitfield's new !: I
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Groves -
their daughter Frances, anti with Mr.Grove's Padgett entertained last Friday at enough cold from the north to almost home. !
in Starke Sunday WESTERN
Wayne Chesser of Gainesvillewere I nephew. Jackie Russell. the home of Mrs. North with a freeze us all. We got out Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews had i AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE

Sunday voters at the \er- Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson birthday party honoring their and covered all Our young plants as their guest Sunday Mr. and j

non Slade home in Hampton. I Jacksonville weregut'sts sons. Roger North and Alvin Pad and it is a good thing we did, Mrs. D. L. Shaw of La Crosse. j "'"
family of J. F.
Claude May visited and gett, on their 15th Lake Butler I JAUDO.V. Owner
Mrs. and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Doss Hig- birthdays. for we had some more frost. R. V. Turner of I
Sunday in Orlando with Mr. I Sunday.Mr. Games were played and prizes Surely hope this is the last freezewe and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. AndersonSr. ..J

and Mrs. John Childers and at-I girbotham. and Mrs. Charles Home of awarded to Shirley Higginbotham, have this spring.See of Starke, were Sunday din- :
tended the First Christian Jacksonville were guests of Mrs.home's Rose Mary Wellhausen Billy Nolan Fred Lang is repairing his ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert -

Orlando where Mr. Chflden is and Alvin Padgett. Two beau- house, replacing some of thi Turner and family. I ,$.....;.. v ;. : '
/ '
in F. .1
and Mrs. < \\f "
pastor. He is a former pastor of I B. Coleman parents.Monday.Mr. tifully decorated birthday cakes I weatherboard and fixing up I I Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crews had .1&',f"-!'f.t. < '-xl;'."" 'f',' .v ",,",,-.',:,PPI ...,. ,
Christian Church. I were cut and served with cold II ] in Understand h-j their guest Saturday Mr. anti !II '
'the Hampton I :Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Higginbot- things general. as I tie for,
of Mr. j rinks Those this of Jackson I ; / beauty your rooms >
Tommy Johnson, son ham and daughter and Mr. and I' enjoying occa- u going to build a basement un- I Mrs. C.1.:: Snyder .:
and Mrs. Frank Johnson returned James Waters of Lawteywere sion with the hostesses and the'J' ilA- the house and then paint i it yule Mr. and Mrs. John F. Crews/ i ,
Mrs. ; .
home last weekend from Hopell'en Mr. and Mrs. Bu- honorees were Edwin Chilson all. This surely improves the looks and children of Monticello, and I ; .

: Hospital in Jacksonville I ford Higginbotham guests of Sunday. I Claude North, Jewel North Helen'i of any house. I :Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Hale of Lake i'," : "" I .. ;
receiving North. Blily and Bobby Nolan,
where he has been We received word that Mrs. Butler. I ,
treatments for U months for I Quilting PartyA held Eetty Jean Griffis, Bonnie Padgett, j Shirley Prescott (West, ; wi1Al< 'A
quilting party was Buck and former-I nail removed. t '
second .
Henry Wellhauscn lose
burns. He visited at his I Iy of Clay Hill has a I RtC tI" 51.CII.L.
j. March 15 at the home of with the news .
and will Mary Wellhausen, Violet Burnsed', Folks helped us
school Monday, March 3.Mr. I I
grade part-time In student for the remainder Leslie Chilson. The ladies had a I Ashley Wellhausen Harvey Mo-j and Mrs. Charles Lang announce I again this week, and we are very : .
be a [
time completed one/ L.
very and Pherson, thankful to them for remembering NALPIiX
Shirley Higginbotham :
of the year. de- the birth of a son in St. .
quilt. Mrs. Chilson served a Jean Harris and helping us. If they
Mr_ and Mrs. Frank Hicks and DogeWellhausen and Vincent's Hospital on Sunday.Mrs. \\1111 .. .
children of Jacksonville spent I licous. dinner. Mesdames Bobby Burnsed. I J. E. Cursey missed Sun keep up the good work, we can ] ; I PLAT WALL I PlMfSM '
Those attending were column for
have an interesting i i iI r ,
Sunday in Hampton with the G. Mr and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and day School: and Church last Sunday. ,
I D. B. Griff is. Pete Griff. Leslie I Hill week. Just remember J
C. Cox family. Miss Maggie j i son David were visitors in Jacksonville I She was too anxious to go I Clay
Johnson returned to Jacksonvillewith SWeat. Oscar Harris, Buford Hig- Monday afternoon.Mrs. and bring her new grandson home that there are quite a j f"rt.:1.lQ.: *. A true flat, uniform, no-gloss no-glare finish, ;

them for a visit. ginbotham, D. J. Parrish and C. I Raymond Kilgore and Mrs. from the hospital. This is her ,i I few folks who know us here an'1.'Ii ., :. .made with new Acrylic Latex...the !latest.inlatex '
B. Nolan. have
Mrs. J. J- Brannen has been ill I Ben Higginbotham were businessvisitors first grandchild the son of Mr. 1:I have moved away. They <> ':- points.; Odorless. Dries in{ast two riovfs..
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberson and
and friends here
at her home near Hampton this I j in Jacksonville Friday. and Mrs. Edward Cursey born relatives One toot covers most surfaces: beautifully
spent '
never hear from us except :
week.<< Visiting Sunday with the i Lonnie Harris Thursday of last week, we be- PI
Jessie May last weekend with Mrs. Dorothy I and sons | through this column. Numerous' Easy to use. And easy clean-op! ,too- j
Brannens wore Miss and Mr. and I Waters and family. have been confined to their home lieve.Mrs. !1 ones tell me this. so come oni'': :just wash your brush or roller with tap water..
Brannen of Bartow with the George Barden of Oah ,
Miss Linda Waters visited in mumps. folks. and help me out Let's tell lovely colors. Come in today for a fREE
Lakelandi' .
Mrs. Dennis Brannen of Jacksonville Friday with her sister Mr. and Mrs. Owen Anders of Grove spent the weekend with her others what we are doing. }: Color.Card J See how ,tired -
easily con perk 1
John E. I you up ,
Mr. and Mrs. Dad and Mother Thomas,
nam-I parents I II .
Bill Roberson. Lawtey were of Mr. .
Mrs. guests and ; .. .oocnwithneviDvtchBoyNAtPtx: ,
mond of Crystal Lake spent at Middleburg.Our ,
: Friends Mrs. Mae Caldwell Mrs. Leslie Sweat and .
of family Sun- ___ ? __ .___ __ I ;.' -
in with his .
day evening Hampton I Sunday School is still on.I 0 i--- : .
will regret to learn that she wastaken :
parents Mr. and Mrs. W. S!. day.Little the mend. We had 39 present.
to the St. Luke's Hospitalin Susie Harris -
been ill
Hammond and sister. Willow Sunday out of 46 enrolled. Wash Your Clothes I r---- -----
Jacksonville Tuesday and wish | with the mumps. Also W. J. Fad- I II
Ruth. Twenty-tw0 of these had studied .
for her a speedy recovery. gett has the mumps. I ..00Trrl
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Swindell their lesson, and 22 Bibles were Pounds
accompanied Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Miss June Higginbotham was | Little Miss Edith Harris is better brought.Rev. I I 1
an overnight guest of Miss Kathleen after I ,. .
| a case of measles.
Roark and children to Jackson- l<< Denmark in Jacksonville last i Home Demonstration Club Lingerfelt was with us at I: For 40c! : r ; ', 'QyrJw1
ville Sunday afternoon where I I Clay Hill Saturday night and '
Saturday.Mr. I II
called Mr. and Mrs. Eddie '! Demonstration Agents Miss Nell ,[ I ;
they on brought an inspiring message. The I :
and Mrs. James Coleman Mills Mrs. FREE Bleach If Desired! i
Price. i and Josephine Cameron -
singers from Evergreen furnished ,
moved to Jacksonville last Sat-
:Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. Home : met with the Maxville Home! some special music. Several of 0 : r

Mrs. Betty :May and daughter. Schuppert. {I Demonstration Club Tuesday at the i I{ these singers are still in their 1 1I I LOO"poS'fU .[

),It'IOOy.isited Mr. and Mrs. Sunday guests at the home of J home of Mrs. Janie Higginbotham !I teens, and they are doing a good. We Will I -
Fred Whidden and children in Mr. I to help judge hand made articles. i
and Mrs. Avory Slade were I work using the talent they have
Palatka Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Greene. Mrs. I' Mrs. Higginbotham served dinnerto In singing praises to the Lord. Wish ,: j: Dry Your Clothes ,
and Mrs. S. R. Wallace and her guests. \\ l\
Mary Mosley. and Mr. and Mrs. \\ more of our young people t "
children of Columbia, S. C. were Joe Lucas and children of Max- i Birthday Party I I would follow in their footsteps. For 20c ._' A_
weekend visitors in Hampton vine. Miss Gloria Higginbotham ofj I|, The Evergreen singers will be I L -_. "

with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade. Frank Williams his been confined Jacksonville entertained at the !' back with u3 this Saturday and In New Automatic Driers! ; : .-.... .. -

11 rs. Vernon Slade Jr. of Melroso to Alachui General HosMtal home of her mother, Mrs. Gazelle I we are expecting some of the i !

also spent Sunday in Hampton in Gainesville! for observation -j Sweat Tuesday afternoon with a ; Maxville sineers also. Rev. Lester
. with the glades. birthday party honoring her sister 0'I'I
and treatment. Tasrart will be the speaker.We .
Mr and Mrs Wesley Griffin Frank Johnson of Hampton en- Alone Sweat on her 9th birthday ,; received word that our STARKE HARDWARE CO.

. Inlt daughter PhvllU! were Sat- erod Al.ichua General: Hospital anniversary. Games were played' daughter. Mrs. Walter Lang\ ( Joann The \Washeteria
: throughout the afternoon after1v '
.rt1shnpJ't'rs in Gainesville. Monday for an operation. ) had to have her toe own'" \
irv.. M ?' i ? !1"t Mon.1 IT Mr v- : h the beautifully: : !! decoraod: H. C. RITCH, Owner
.e F. r.tht of T.-ike Thi1'r! l (-". It !:-: i vr--i l t"f''r ir'-"-' rem pie Ave. StarkI'
I tar PfI..s,1 F"I\ ', r 1> vsjt; T l ,\ ; i 1'1.i' .,' ., t -i !\i\-f .i.; .'1 wh: the n.::, .:' :, U is .,' ,'- i ':< i- w- .- r h.> .'

pith '1I'r d.iugnter: Mrs XV L v\'n iC" W ':> F ...'. 'ht ,= d *. ''i- : Starke FloridaI
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A1ARCII %3, 1956
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I make a small hem. I Donation Spurs Beautification Project many years yet He IS 9 now

Turn one and a half to two I can hardly wait until the

Home Demonstration I inches at top or heading and '. wrens return, and the robins sing O That's Our BusinessIf

p casing. Heading about onehalfinch I again. I am going to paint the s It's Glass We Have lit!
Notesby drawstring or belt walls of the sun porch and make
casing or CALL WRITE or VISIT
te one and a half to two rags for new rag rugs. Then my ,

,, inches.may I rJ sun porch will be a nice p1easan"t'place j $ Joe Peters Glass Co.

DOROTHY ROSS Make a 2 to 3 inch hem. Put I ,. to live this summer. It is #
a pleasant thought.
r'/# Home Demonstration Agent in by hand.Drawstring.
1 1 or belt may) be
We Design Modern Store Fronts
one-inch wide when finished. found m making cherry or a
song entitled Jolly 4-H Girls.I about Just Mail Us
furniture FinishingFour A Pattern for
i Usually two widths of cloth! juic\ pie I roll the top crust
members from the Heil- The words were written by Mary Table
for length. Turn larger than the Cut the Tops
necessary pan.
bronn Home Demonstration Club I Ann Long. These girls are from I are raw edges together and fold holes place carefully on the pie, 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2.4353
White's home the 5th and 6th grade 4-H Clubsin i
met at Mrs. J. B. :
I down center. Stitch around en press around the edge gently with
Wednesday to refinish some furniture. tire length and across ends : the thumb then tuck the larger,
j The State Farm girls presented I tp -- ---- =:-::
Press'a ---
Run belt Or string inasinl}; edge under the lower crust. ----------
E. L. Cox, Mrs. Felix a skit centered around setting the all around the j
Mrs. .I at top and gather tu tit mdi rump edge pie.
Mrs.I table It was written by Mary :
Sapp. and the agent assisted vidual. If desired, this may be Bake In hot oven and juice will
jemoving the old finish,I Adams and MC'd by her sister, I brush the of
White in removed for washing and ironingClothe ao' run out top Hear GUY Andrews
from an antique wash stand with; Rdith. Other girls taking partin : he pie with sweet milk before Speak on .
Line to011 i
steel wool in the skit were Mary Dugger r ,
i the
paint remover I LrI'aushrg ut ing in oven. j
finishing Linda Alvarez, Sylvia Starling Do You Know .
for the
it ready I
petting \V< nave lake fish to cat I
I Sandra Shealy Patsy Sweat, and OrIon not to be mad (
is going
process. I b .ught $6 worth. I froze a lot of|
Walnut stain was applied and Martha Long. I,' into curtains anymoie" The best' them for future eating j jMy 'WhereWasMatthews'Saturday
three coats of penetrating Marilyn Cox from the Senior,synthetic fabric that resists sunlight
when dry for the photographer at Montit-ello Nursery before loading life flows on smoothly and i
After each 4-H Club in Starke electricity and mildew in Florida sun
seal were put on. gave an I MarKc: city truck with OUT 100 donated plants ami shrubsed- ,: calmly These days I am not
dry, Mrs. White demonstration on the use is dacron (pronounced I daycronyPeople ) : I
application was fleshy are Mi to right Doyle Conner Garden 'Iub Highway; Chajr- very brave. I am afraid of the
removed the shine with very fine and care of the electric roaster. in this state can expect a I I March 24 7:30 A.M.
weal manMrs.. Fraser Slum, Nurseryman Fred Mahan, 1 'autifkaUon'l'hainnan highways where there are sc ,
steel wool. The whole process These entries were 'selected for minimum of three years
took about four days. In warm,I'" the area meet at Rally Day last from curtains exposed to direc; i Mr!*. J. D. Doyle, City Coundlwoman Mr,. Ruby Johns (behind .1' many wrecks. We have had lots'I RADIO W.D.V.H. 980 ON DIAL
and robberies out here.
dry weather it may be speeded Saturday when the county eli- I sunlight through open window? )Ir!,, Dojle), and Garden Club Member )1",. Tom Harding' The ,i of holdups RADIO W.N.E.R1390 ON DIAL
At times it seems as if God has I
up somewhat. mination contest was held. from this fiber. gift to the Garden Club uas made by Mahan for placement along the \
forgotten us and does not hear
finished, the wash stand I unfinished seams hold up i highway leading into StarkeUe I
When Peasant Drawstring! Apron I Plain,
(You 'an Hear
our plea. However, I shall -sing One Of These Stations In Your Area
was really a fine looking piece of The 5th and 6th grade 4-H better than pinked seams in a I my Spring song and think of all I

furniture. The results were worth; Clubs in the county are now busy I study made at Cornell UniversityThe I of you Some day I am coming I
the elbow grease and sweat, the making those cute peasant aprons seam that held up the best:
I back to my beloved Florida, and : VOTE
ladies thought. in their sewing project. If the on all fabrics was the seam pressed bring all\ my friends. Whoopee! I 'ANDREWS' MAY 8thANDEWS

Five wooden lamp bases forpmup girls aren't careful, when the open and edges turned under God bless you all,
lamps were finished in the aprons are finished their motherswill and stitched. Pinked seams are
same fashion.In take them! The aprons are no longer recommended except on I' -

the afternoon MISS Edith adaptable to size and st easy to closely woven fabrics that, will be I I

Moore and Miss Jean Robinson j I make. I dry cleaned only. Other seam I

from Clay Electric Corporation!I To make them, use one width i finishes are recommended for n B Lora 8w'i ss Mot r FOR DEPENDABLE c FOR

joined the group to wire up the II of material. For length, measure I various materials.In : ----- __ n"uti-5. NFARi-

lamps. from your waistline to the bottom ironing fabrics with gold, I

.\rf';' Meet of your skirt plus one and a half! hotter results will be obtained greet the new month with 'u.i: :....ad! t tu kn
At the District Five Area MeetSaturday. inches hem at the top, a 2 to 3 i if the fabric is ironed on the ,i a SOUK. The snow melt! and all }rt't tlng aon: >!i_; j-o nicely. I.

in t Green Cove Springs ,' inch hem a: the bottom. and 3 to "light', side Ironing on the :, little rivers chase down the street. arty!: '! never forsM my people e Household &; Commercial
Rally! Ann Epperson and HenreeL 4 inches for belt I "wrong" side loosens the glue I whom I taught among so many Pest Control
j This hillside, where the melting
Hi Dennis sang their original Trim selvedge edges off and that holds the gold, hence the ; :.ears, and the children I taught, The
Some of I 1 snow j who are now grown. Those were O Grove Sj rajing
"renter loss of gold. ,
......- .-. --- .-. .-. "... -- IIII! ... ... Allows the yellowed grass to some of my happiest days. Call lit. C-6035 r
satinactonlyIron show, "GUY"for
I Don is at the store. My flog
Is like the scarred and
embossed cottons when shaggyfur Digger is asleep He is getting Florida Pest Control

OUTSIDE turkish J grey around the eyes and mouth US!'
completely dry. Place a Of some long-hidden slumberer & Chemical Co. _
and he feels good and is ver
towel on the ironing board from his winter
I Who issues
put fabric on top of ,the towel. den I lively. He had a fight with a 24 X >V. 16th Ave. (Pd. Political Adv.)
big dog who ('an1into the yale!,
Paint right side down. Iron on wrong To greet the outside world : Gainesville, Florida
House and| hat one eve that 1not ven
again. I good but h, ver likely will live
--Mabel ederick. I

Auto Figures
GUARANTEEDWhite :March: is the month that bringsus

Show IncreaseRegistration Spring by the calendar. In

( Only) this state we are just as apt to
i : have a heavy snow storm and
figures show that
i blizzard. We can always know

QUARTS GALLONS there on are the now roads 138 more in Bradford automobiles that soon the hot days will be leads all

; I here and then we will pray that Dodge pick-ups
County than at this same time
I we be spared another droughtSo

$4.39 $5.49 last year, according: to Tax Collector the seasons roll on, bringing '-" : ;.:,. ''
J. R. Kelly. I the years. Just two more months > V'1: : ? "* "" v'i; 'i -

Kelly revealed recently that I and I will be on my eleventh

the official tabulations for 19561 year in Nebraska. These have WA/ &sil MMi
sold, .
show 3,707 auto tags
been busy, fruitful years and I
$i 3,569 1955 licenses.Of I
compared to have learned many things. FirstI
I this total 2,156 registration? overcame the fear of the dead. J- V S

were recorded during February'l That was the most difficult. _
most of them close to Death is such a mystery and one U

$ line There On during Tuesday were February 2,042 the tags last. distributed year.- sense people.is so overcome of loss Now when I with find you grief myself know and the so a _________________________________

Kelly are warned now required that all automobiles to have- busy tears. that I cry I have in my no heart time and for:, U BIGGEST CAB _______________

their 1956 tags. If your car or that makes one weak. Too. I -
BIJI DERS IUPPL/E truck still bears the 1955 plateit have learned a lot of different Extra Room For s

cannot be driven until a new ways to prepare foods, pickles, !i 0 HIGHEST Extra Comfort "

tag Is obtained from the tax col jelly, jams and preserves. To r V-8 HORSEPOWER. U HIGHEST PAYLOAD CAPACITY

lector's office. make many different kinds of TO-WEIGHT RATIO..,

cakes, pies and doughnuts and y Greater Hauling Power. ForBiggerFAoreProfifableNaulsz

bread. I have my own recipe ; u + p

f -.-.r rnr for making whole wheat bread '
? from yeast, milk, eggs/ sugar,
V *-.V. :' mm ** salt; and flour. I have baked it -

r.', .,. .r ', (every winter for ten years. In ]
i' c' 'V summer, when it is so hot. I buy


This winter has been cold so1' O DODGE COSTS LESS .

'; : ;; I far, the coldest was 17 degrees Than Any Other Truck
lJw below zero. We have so far not
A' "N had any bad blizzards to block' With Automatic Transmission

the roads and endanger lives j:

Of course it could snow yet, but

we do not mind them so much

i this The late.rye I have sowed in my Don't buy a truck H.I .

T : :1 garden is green now since the

snow has melted. I have my

) garden seed and onion sets. Next Check Dodge before you buy, and get more truck per dollar/ !

J month the neighbor out at the

"' '': It's, ha to fly' kites, edge of town will come in to

.1 plow Our gardens and the (season

will begin. I have enjoyed the Choose any yardstick of comparison you can Check Dodge. Match every one of these points

but remember these important "' winter. nameyou'll find no other truck measures up against what you get in a DODGE truck, and

Tonight I go to choir practice.The to today's bigger, more powerful DODGE. see how much more Dodge gives you for each

choirs of three churches meetat dollar you invest
.. w : .t Prove it yourself. Give the new truck you may

KITE FLYING our church, the Easter Presbyterian Cantata., be thinking of buying a good, thorough going You owe it to yourself to get the best buy for
and practice an
We will it Easter night in over. Dig into its payload rating, horsepower. your money, so be sure to get your Dodge
sing weight ratio, cab size, performance, and dealer's deal before you decide-before you
the school auditorium.
SAFETY RULES price. Get the facts, right from the engineers' make the unfortunate mistake of paying more

Yesterday I cleaned the attic.I specification book. Then take time to for your next truck and getting less.
.> worked fast and did not play
'-. !" the ancient phonograph up there.

I swept down the cob webs and
y 1. Hj furs in open fielJj, away (ruin trees, traffic :: dusted, then swept and moppedthe

ram 't anj t Iti:trie liut>i. floor. There is a spinning ..wJ

wheel there, and old rocking
2. If your tits pets caught on any hue,
chairs, lamps, books and So many I
la Ekctriuty could travel from the ?
ago ,
'+ / O things. I have my wedding suit -V
power line Jo.n the string of your C and hat up there that I wore
Lite to you! ::1 when I married Don. My trunkis
there too with my Wac
; 3. Don't climb poles trying to Jpo'
uniform and all my old pictures. (I
load a Lite. Better to tse ,
r It is sacred even Dan'smothpr's
tr. than torii-k mug lilf r a place as Easier on driver-especially Easier to turn. Dodge has Easier to load. Low body. Easier on gas. Dodge higherhoreepowertoweight
robe and sUppers hang with automatic transmisindustry's shortest turning floor means just an easy ratio

T up there. sion. You get the largest radius-requires much leas lift from ground to truck, means less pulling effort

Next Sunday is Don's day to go cab for greater comfort, eflorttoparkmakelJ-turns, saves you work every t'mgyou required of engine, assures

V. aP to church. I stay at home by largest wrap-around windmaneuver through heavy load, every time you greater efficiency, maxi

-/O tf I the telephone and get him a good shield for greater safety. downtown traffic. unload mum gas economy.
4aE f fVVj !
'-t: a dinner. I never tell him what I

__ I am going to have. I want to

.. -'r 1: I surprise him. That is fun. The
L" '- -i' next Sunday he stays at home'

, i'({" ,: ,, ,.." and I go to church.

,: --' .,..ti' I"I' ,, ., J This week we had a funeral.An DEALER DE AL
; bornin
81 who
1 old man was
<< : ,._ ; 'I' '" I' i <' Sweden. He died in a nursing
.' f
::. ,'.. "., .. .,,: .'. ., home, in another county. The
-."" ,.. ..... :,;,'* ,, ,.. >> WITH THE FORWARD LOOlT Sg=> _
''.'..'. '. ... :.(,. ,7,., :-:,".''. ..-.'':''.',','::-+< ""',, ; ';. ,":" '..:.:.,'. ':..vi. :"..t::' funeral was here at the Mortuary,
:. ': -' :,' ," .,,; : :"'.:r"f .n :; -; : Monday afternoon. He had one

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," ... '. $j,; ". .... ... r ,, .' ::0 days pass making
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.. :: 'd ., : t Motor
'I' ,..'." ,,:. "".. ,;.f :.,, .. Y,' '.. !.<\.;, ,.<'fI!!",' -t "" > ":','" ,',0.}...., "- '..1 j of passing on. I have nice letters Hardy
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"" ', ; ."._ ; ;, I me I am still loved and not for- I PHONE 69
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1'.4.iE EIGHT BEADFOttD COCNTJf_TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FXORIDA ."t" ... LI. ...... .... ".",
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I received another soul-stirring I Deluxe Motel Area Man Charged hereb1l'tiLed and required to fIle ,
message from Bishop Willie Rush- any claim or demands which they

I ing of Lake City. Sunday, April i With Beating Parents ii.tv,* against said. estate in the : A BONDED
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Planned For 301 ".ft; e uf the county Judge of Brad-, REPRESENTATIVE
25: Is Palm Sunday and regular I (..rd County, Honda, in the Court :
Ozora J. Shell pastorial day. We are expecting Bradford County Sheriff P. D. house at s:=urke, Florida, within I I of the
t eight ultndar
------- Pastor Howard to be at his best. i A private swimming pool will .Reddish last week disclosed that date of the first months publication from of this the i

I'ult on Trajip rtation will be furnished by E. E. Minott. Come and wave palms of victory I be the big feature of a new motel 1 Robert Senior Davis was arrested I n be..tu in.... Eaih: claim or demand must I Singer Sewing Machine Companyis

The fifth grade class of RJE Registration End* April '7 with us all day as we celebratethe now under construction on High- I March 12 for Assault and Batteryand : place of writing residence and and must post-office state the I II in the

lementao' taught by Mrs. S. D !!I Persons who have not registered triumphant entry of the Master way 301 about a mile north of is now being held in the i 1 address of the claimant and must be I STARKE AREA
I I into Jerusalem 1933 Lawtey.The Bradford County Jail in lieu of sworn to by the claimant, his agent,
Williams, completed a unit on cannot vote in the primary years ago ur his attorney, or It will become
Sister W. Strong, reporter EIder 24-unit project, complete $500 bond. I void according to law. EACH
transportation rerentl). The class I I election May 8. You cannot possibly I
I !
I'eWItt C. Jones.
.. arted( the study on Jan. 30 and be a good Democrat and F. Howard, pastor. with a restaurant and housing He i is accused of beating: his I ;Uanh 13, li-56. 3/18
luring the teaching of the unit a I 1 fail to vote on ex-president Harry Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church for the operator is being built by I mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. I and FRIDAYfor

program was planned and pie?I j Truman's birthday. We have a Rev. R. J. Washington pastor, Albert Sappenfield, who, along I Charlie Davis. I I ( Irrnlt.NOTICF.Court 70, Bradford.irPE.RIn Count*

senti-l to the audience by the pu- lof to be thankful for and a lot held regular services all day Sun- with his wife, operates under the The case will be heard at the 'Florida: In thanerry.Herbert '
'j name of Trail Motels The next term of the C. Harmon. Plaintiff, vs. SALES SERVICE REPAIRSmail
;lil k Die culminating of the unit of important candidates to'ote day starting with Sunday School. Sap- I County Judge's Letty A. Harmon, Pefendant.Cdse i

AH.in. the form of an "open I for. If you need some transporta I i Homer Williams was in charge. pen fields not long ago built the [J Court. No. 10-1406 below
I \otlr* To Appear coupon
nouar'' or exhibit displaying various. tion to the county courthouse tha Emma Renfroe served as guest I Ii Plaza Lodge also located on To- lietty: A Harmon, whose residence I - - -

.- types of transportation, pos-" principals in all the communitieswill i I secretary. During the evening : Highway 301, north of Starke. [Voting Machines and addnss jla.. C, Uox 41, SI.MiKK; !SKULNU; MACHIXE (Q.
t I I .
it available for so remarks by The property on which the de Virginia.You 403 > Marion
tei- ( harts and oher types of4(; make you worship were given f The Bradford County Commissioners are hereby notified that a o. Street
!Itt'grated woik that was done that you will b*..able to vote. Ac- Principal Thompkins who Indica- luxe motel Is located is on the !; recently turned down an suit forL'ivorce I Lake City Iloriddientlcmen

.vhile the unit was being stUdied: cording to Judge Yawn, less than ted that he enjoyed the sermon. southwest corner of Highway 301. offer by the Shoup Voting Machine '!han been riled against you in the (; :

fOWl 100 persons visited the dosing a third of our people are voting, I He also took up a very fine col- I and Rosier road. It was purchased Corporation to above named Court and cause and 1 ain in need of the
provide the I following
from Ben Suslow, who in turn .IYOU are required to serve a copy of :
the of the last ecltion for the On Wednesday
included pastor.
activities which SU- ; from figures I use of five machines in the first your answer or pleading to the complaint II ______Senlee on
bought it months ; -------- my present Sewing MacLime
Shell and other teachers election. Please register so you the delegates left for the some ago from l on the Plaintiffs Attorney
J i Troy Bennett. and second primaries this year i'i Ralph Itohert202 Professional __ ________Serb Ice on my present Vacuum Cleaner
the school. The class teach- can vote in this important pri- District Conference in Chieflandt
.n and j without ,, BUIlding, Jaoksonwlle! 2. !
| obligation for
I j 7 I Speaking of the business venture except and file the In the ____________Information on Xew Sewing Machine
,'j"1 r,' highly commended for, mary. j On Thursday, March 22, at p. I transportation cost. original office or
I I the Clerk of Circuit I
the Court
of building a motel on
the excellent in which tha m. the choir and pastor will new on
oui was conducted way and the evidences Junior Mary:\IIL'idan.t Bell Tyson, Willetta FrstUal Wy-j, charge' of services at St. James have1 I Highway 301 in view of the pro- !i The Board decided to wait Until 1956 or before; otherwise the 2 the day allegation of April of I' NAME _____________________________________________________
next year after it has deter said: Coml.lalnt111 be
posed new toll road, Sappenfieldsaid luHen BI
of good hard, well-plann-j: singer and Emma Renfroe attended -/ A.M.E. Church Chiefland. Mrs mined the feeling of County confessed by you. ,\DO HISS _________________-______________________________
Beulah Lennon will as SOloist .: ; This: notice snail bt ,
ed.woik.. Brooker T. Marshall. : the music festival held in serve I I published

< lass president; Mary M. Perdue, Ocala, and reported a delightful for choir with Mrs. Janie ; "I never have got anywhere I polls.voters about mechanizing the : live once weeks each week In the for Bradford fie conseca-County 'I CITY --------_____________-________- PHONE.: : ___________

-ecretary: Mrs. Suzanna D. Williams !- trip. Professor Shell was driver Butler at the piano. The members ,, looking backward. They've been I Telegraph. 1 I II
I I talking about I Dated thi 21 d..)' (,f February,
moving a highwayIn
teacher; E. Thompkins for the group. They aie planninga are congratulated for the fine 'OTl'I- I\TR\TIOV TO I I 1U6. ,_- .. ___ ,
given1the I front of my mother's home in KKI.IVTKIt: .PICT1TIOI S > \IK: I Ir I ---o-o. '
cleaning that was ;r OFFICIAL SEAL) Cnarles A. Darby --- ,
principal. social soon, according to president spring I -- -- -- -- -- --- ---- -- --- -- - --- ---------'
Notice i K
I Brunswick Ga., for 34 and hereby given that the :, Clerk of the Circuit Court
CaiMvr Films SIu"nMO'les Charles Covington. Gwendo- church recently. I I years under.siKned.l under the pro\sidnx| Dy :Malian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
1 it's still there!" I of Chapter :(I.q53. I 'i'of Florida. I
Bethel Church ,
New Baptist 32 4t3'2 !
llyn and
on Cancer were shownat Marshall is the treasurer, When asked Acts of 1941. will register with the
about chances of "'
Lincoln City. Thurston Ele-' Deloris Jenkins secretary. Rev. A. Vinson pastor. held regu- : i u Clerk of the Circuit Court In and !\OTICK TO %P1'F..tltJ i
taking a swim in the new pool, foi Bradford ('ount State of Florida ,
mentary.. Hampton and District V Vooal Festival lar services on Sunday and the ) -I Circuit Court; Bradford County
Training .
upon receipt of proof .f '
I publi- Florida ,
Sannenfield smiled said In ( hanrrry.Magdalene
and : I I
Wateroak spirit was high all day. It was cation of this notice, the fictitious
Monday through The RJE Chorus. E. E. Minott : C. Hopkins Plaintiff, vs
I announced by the pastor that "Sure, anytime. Just let me i.ame <>f Trail :MoU-1 under which we James: R. Hopkins, Defendant. I t _
Wednesday respectively. During director, participated in the Dis- know what room want and ar. enp.ifreil in l.UMlnpM.s on I". SHiKhuay Cue No. 10-1409
you ,
!the morning chapel hour Wednesday ': trict Five Vocal Festival at War Brother George Lee, son of Sis- < i I 301, North Lawtey, Flor \oilrr To Appear
the films were shown to the 'I Memorial Auditorium in Ocala ter Mary Lee Frazier, has been you can swim all you want! I ida.That To: James R. Hopkins, whose I.
the owners of said t>u"ine< << residence and address Is: UnknownYou
i-lenientary department of RJE : last Saturday and received a No. i called to preach and will have hi1: I areAlliert Sappenfield. and liubys.M'p'nfield. are h..r..by notified that II i
These films have been made t trial sermon on Sunday, March j County Agent Warns I I ; : lit. 1. Box 3SS, Lawtev. uit for
avail-1: :,,,1 rating. This qualifies him to I Florida Divorcehas
:ible hy Miss 25, at 11 a. m. at the church. .it'-d this I' rh
Dorothy Alvarez, appear in the State Vocal Festi- Strawberry GrowersOf d.1fit I Mar.-h. been filed agalner you in the
1!'II'al! chairman of the Cancer Many of his friends and well I \.1' 1556 at StarI.Bradturd ('''lIn- tuove named Court and cause and
So- val at Campbell St. High Schoolin 1Florid. .
:! I COO are required to serv a copy 01I'
wishers will be interested in attending Rhizoctonia '
< .tv All adults interested in see- Daytona Beach April 19-21. Rot 3/16 4: 4,6 '''Jr answer or pleadinn to the complaint -
this service. His motherwas I' on the l'I8olllllrt'1I"rll., .'\
IIIg picture are asked to District President Minott made
Riadford George1Muggins I.. The County Jmlur* Court In AndCor J. Donald fib'on. IfII( Smith lads ,
I"IUIt'!) out/ to Adult School tonight the address of welcome to choruses very hIpPY: over the an- County Agent I Ilrailford Count? Florida. In J, Jacksonville :, Florida.
and ...... thorn The Cancer "Kick directors aivi visitors attending nouncement. He is an ideal youir; ,, warned I stra.'berry ,<\rm-I| I'rulinlr. I: in ': In l>: Ktat.of WI.TEH:11:11- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
"f: bnner will be held at KJH the festival i man in the community. Now that' rs this week that Rhizoctonia! ; ':IM.v. rWp.Tpd.MIIICI before the 9 day of April 1956:
<"1 :Monday I he has a wife, who Is one of our ) ('tmmonknown! as bud rot, has : or.I.'II.I\f: iviirioroit
9 at
April. 7 p. m. dm r<'h I,
sServices I been noticed in Feveial strawber- TIN 'I. DIM IIXIK.n: .tiprwi'p! the allegations of said ,
All prin 'ip'ds, selt"Ctetl'olunteers, | local teachers we are sure that j TO ALL \VIIOM: IT :MAY O.XCKHXNutUe : .Complaint will be taken all confeH
nuis, and doctors will be were good at the First j he should go a long way in the' ry fields during the pst few :days. i{ is lien-l>y given that I havefiitd '!ed !hv you
guests I Born Church, Elder F. Howard i that This is a fungus disease thatifin my final returi.-" :t,Imini!'tra- I' This" notke fhall be published
ilonjj with Miises! Ross and Al-1' I ministry. We will all pray each week for four
: tor of the estate of WALTKR XIKD- un< e cons cu"ve -
varcz who will serve a.s cochairmen '' pastor. On Sunday at 3:30 p. m'l] God will pour out his blessing [ attack any part of the plant 11.1.tI..t'l'a: : ,, d; that I ha\e 111t'.11 I! week In the Bradford County
Elder Brown was in charge'; and' Mr. and Mrs. George Lee. but does the most damage when I II' n.v petition for final dln-harge and |Telegraph. RCA Victor 17-inch Thrifton. Lowest
Supervisor Shell will Dat.-d this! 2 of March, 1956.
serve that I will apply to the Honorable I
as ('ommunitcoordinator while i preached a burning sermon from IVrson.il Mentions [ appearing! in the le'*f buds !and'' Theron A. Yawn, Jr.. County Judge I OFFICIAL E.\L i rnanes A. Darov priced RCA Victor TVI Cabinet 37%
Rt Luke 16:21.: We always enjoyhaving of P.radford I Clerk of the Circuit Court
of flower buds. County Florida. on smaller than prevloui table modelsfitsclose
the meal will be served by the Sister Elder I Pearl Alexander, daughter !: April 2.1. 1956. for approval of the I Ry Marian L. Crosby, Deputy clerk
Junior class of RJE and music and Brown I Betty Thomas, enjoyed her fifth You may notice a grayish- tame and for final discharge as ad- ,' 2,9 4t 3/CO I to wall! "Hidden Panel" Tuning conceals -
worship with us. Sunday night wa birthday with a party on Wed, co.ored fungus on the leaf stem mmistrator of the estate ofV.\L- 'I controls! on tcp New Balanced!
I : : : I
___ ITKI MKUELMAX. deceased.Iar'h
nesday. March 15, at the home of i: and in the bud rwn From this { \ 16. 1956. I II I Fidelity Sound. Ebony finish. Rollargy: _
..= :!' .; ._ ,: J 1
H' Rev. and Mrs. Damon Dell. The ;: the plant darkens and eventually I s/ J. l>. Gay r stand, extra. Model 17S6022. *"
I i AdmintMrator of the E'tutl"u ofi
party was largely attended and ; :.lies.Leaf i Walter Niedelman, deceased I!I II

all reported delicious refresh- ,: spot, he stited. seems I 3/16 4t 4,6 $159.95TV
and tvore: severe this yaer than before J i iI THE BEST-KNOWN
STARK 1 ment and rich I In ike ('ountr .Indues Court In And
fun. j All growers are familiar ,',I "or Rrndford County Florida. 10'' NAME IN ELECTRIC i
with leaf spot ard know what it I'robnfe. I I
Sarah Terrell enjoyed her In lit: Estate of IOETT.'II.! .- !' REFRIGERATION
( will do to plants an! to produc !
LIAMSOX. Deceased.
day celebration Friday night, I IMl'IKR RANGESWATER
OF P11011 t'I'I. I
March 16, at the home of her ] tion. TO ALL I'UKSONS! INTKKESTEDIX HEATERS I
brother and sister, Deacon and Two materials: aro recommned- ;; THK ESTATE OF SAIL : 'i Service
!! e4 as effective checking: these : EXT: : 1'11.:1'.0-1 AIR CONDITIONERS
Mare 27 Mrs. Andrew Allen. Out-of-town
Tuesday and Mrs. diseases. A material fairly new You are hereby notified that a WASHERS & DRYERSGet I
guests included Mr. ; I written instrument pruporting to ,
I 0the market that has outstanding I
Joa given i be the Last Will and Testament of
I James Carter: Johnson and daughter, Mr. ,and Shirley Mrs.Ann. j results in checking crown j I said decedent has been admitted to I The Rest For Less I All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates

rot, leaf spot and is effective In i probate In this Court. You are hereby .
and AtSmith's ...
served Fully
1:30 P.M. and 8 P.M. Refreshments were i preventing some plant rot is! commanded within six: calendar Equipped DependableAll
music and games provided entertainment i months from the date of the first
for the evening. The (, Captan. It may be used as a.I publication of this notice I to appearin I i Makes and Models
AUS11CESAMERICAN I dust or a spray and is'ery this Court and show cause. If Garage
honoree and guests reported adelightful you can, why the action of this
I economical when employed in the Court in admitting said will to probate
evening. latter niatter. I should not stand unrevoked. i GHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV
J LEGIONPOST Mr. and Mrs. Horace Royal and (f..F1CLJ.L. ) ) Theron A. Yawn, PUIGIDAIRE
I Dithane has been used
daughter Patrice are visiting County Judge Sales and SeniceWe :
ly and will check crown rot and 3/16 4t 4/6 I
their mother and relatives. They I I -- Radio Seat Covers Upholstering
leaf but not too effective Service
NO. 56 spot ls All Makes of i
are residing with Mrs. Sophia i In The Connty Judges; Court I. And
Royal. "Skip" will soon have to i nsrainst plant rot. Success with I' For Probate.In llmdford. County Florida. I. Klectrlcal Appliances I Phone 239 Starke, Fla.

return to duty but his family I either material, according to I Ke: Estate of ROSETTA WIT.LIAMSOX. .- 604 N. Temple Ave. :
,,_ /L ], Huggins, depends on your doing I Peceased.OTICF t OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY
&- will remain for an indefinite pertod. I PHONE 120'VVYVVV'Vyvyyyyvyyyyyyvy
:* : TO tiiRiiiTons
J& a thorough Job and followingmanufacturer's All cri-ditors of the estate of j i I - ._
They live in Nortilk, Va. 1 IH --- '- ---" ,
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reeomrperdations. ,, etta Williamson, deceased, are ,
y I '" --- '- - -- -- -------p- -- --- ------<
_ Allen
About ten days ago
j He also reported that plenty I
(Chico) Leggett met with, an accident -! -
i of sunshine is good in preventing
fl't on the Job in Jacksonville i Rhizoctonia attacks. I

-V_ causing severe injury to one eye.
I He cited as examples the cases
He Is in Brewester Hospital and I of Jack Jones at Lawtey Pete I

can be reached by cards, tele- I, Griffis and Ned Coleman stating i iI Nobody "spared the horses'in .

grams or letters of condolence. I that Coleman used Captan and I II
cannot visit him he will
'.. If you I the Captan the sunshine or the
.7 appreciate hearing from his virtually eliminated .'
I combination has I
c friends. Your editor wishes to use l his Rhizoctonia troubles.

this method to express sympathy Huggins said that the use of the 56 Chevrolet !

% t to the family in behalf of our i I both materials mentioned is "
student, Lillian Legget. recommended by Dr. rnaresI _

Cinderella Hall Monday; April 2 I Decker, Plant Pathologist with

: The Social Saving Club con- the Florida Agricultural Experiment -

.. S., sisting of 15 young matrons of Station. _

Starke will present its first an-i J

't S. nual Cinderella Ball. The Ball will .
; ,,3e'c..
S Seek IncreaseIn ,
,..S begin at 8:30: p. m. at RJE I S
S Prince Charming will be present

with the Golden glass slipper and Phone ServiceI

the girl present who can wear
I The long delay In obtaining

S. the slipper will be given the pair :i more adequate telephone service
.' 'omphments of the club. Alfred
i discussed at
I for Lawtey was I
Baker has been selected to try on
the ,
I length at the last meeting of
the slipper. At the stroke of i I Lawtey City Council. The group

Ap midnight the "Cinderlla Girl" At- I
decided to inquire from City
will be to the I
presented group. torney Hollis V. Knight what ac-
_ You may win and wear a very expensive ,
I tion could be taken to speed up

I pair of shoes for only 50c I t the installation of an exchange I
purchase ticket today. Mrs.
your i and more phones in that area.

I Alma Jenkins president Mrs. I In another action, the Council'

Bernice Morris Business Manager. I voted to instruct City Clerk Ethel I II
I I Reddish to contact the owner of I II

Purse Stolen In Home I I i the small building adjacent to the I I

I I row of stores including the post- I'I'I

Henry Cone was jailed last office, and ask that the building _

THIS IS THE BIG SHOW i week, charged with theft of a I I be improved and made less of afire | \ c: '_______ "%S : -' S

I pocketbook containing J175 from I hazard. The building, which : % :Si

FEATURING Mrs. Mabel Sullivan of Starke. most recently has been used as a \4' '
I It's the new "Two-Ten 4 ..c :-.don, one of 20 frisky new Chevrofefl.
According to Sheriff P. D. Red- i is owned by Mrs.
i barber shop, I II _
THE CRISTIANI 1 FAMILYWORLD dish, Cone went to Mrs. Sullivan's Margaret McSwain's mother. I _

home and asked to borrow $10 for I The Council also disccussed the '

FAMOUS medical purposes. Mrs. Sullivan, I new ordinance which will provide I'I'I This beauty's got power that's panther-quick and ailk-smooth.( Power

who knew Cone well, loaned him half of the cost
that the city pay
A Triumph Of Colossal Achievements *. the money and then invited him I j of a sidewalk and the property I that puts new kick in your driving? and males passing far safer.A .

back to the kitchen for a cup of l owner half. The ordinance has

150 Performers 250 Wild Animals coffee. When Cone left the househe !! not yet been drawn up. flick of your toe is all it takes now ranges clear up to 225 h.p.!

went through Mrs. Sullivan's J: to unleash a hoodf of Chevrolet But power's just one of the J'
713 E. Laura St.. Ftarke. Fla.
bedroom and took her pocketbook I

MISS FLORA ZACCHINI which she had: left lying on .Ii nee That" is:the Mrs.sole R.owner Clark of Crosby said bu, 71S. power! Power that makes passing things that make for safer, happier I

Shot From Cannon 220 Feet I the bed. I E. Laura St. Stark.. Fla. far safer by saving seconds when driving in a Chevy. For ,. -

Soon thereafter. Mrs. Sullivan ,I Dated this 2nd dav of March, A. count! Power that's instance there's the solid
P U 5 i. at Starke. Bradford County they really construction \

BARRAGON missed the purse and notified i Florida. smooth silk and full of of Fisher-
AERIAL BEARS officers. Cone was arrested In a I II! 4t 3/!! as as Body by

deflet death action of firecrackers! and Chevrolet's nailed-down
The man who I downtown store and the pocket- as a string sta

I book was later found hidden behind Big, deep-breathing power that bility. Come in and give it a try. 'Q' "

Twice Daily 1:30 & 8 P.M. Doors Open 1 & 7 P.M. the bath tub in his apart- FILL DIRTGOOD I II

ment. Air conditioning-temperatures made to order-at new low cost. Let UI demonstrate!
ConI"' bond has been set at

$.'))(\ and has! not vet been posted. I I TOP SOILSee _... _._n_ ____, __ ___________

Location ..n'rtc-F OP 1'\'TF.\'TIO"i TO
nFGI'ITF.R nrriTiors 'i'-IRNolle
i 111 herehv given that the
undersigned tinder tht provision* RATLIFF CHEVROLET COO
FAIR GROUNDS STARKE of Chanter 20.95, Law of Florida
"..' nf U41. will reel'ter with thf I'I'I' i BILL JACKSONJackson
. I', '.>rV nt th* Circuit! ('",.-1 In and! I
.r Bradford ((CotintT S'at.> nf Transfer
; TEMPLE AVENUE d.i upon receipt of p n' if "f
I S i- *n 'f th'- fl'.tp I". f' ." Phone 165 I West Call St. Starke Fla.
,"_" uaTIr-, ..' ',-- :;:-- -...-...\' .:.:.;.- -" .--: - -' aa'ie 'f Stark Pri"' 'mfteunder ]I I ,
I '- - ->'-- -- -- --- -- -- .,ht -h I am engaged in business at..,, II

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FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1956
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--- -- :)t. Mark's Episcopal Circus ComingTo r.r.. .m.. s..",f v -. -TJfv3 inn. 'YTYYYTYTYYYYTBAYLESS i day night, 7 30 p m 7
i%] plc's meeting evenSaturday
Rev Raymond: E. MatBlalo: StarkeThis Tuesday! y *< \ fflffAYi\ \ night at 730Jerry:

Services at St. Mark's Episcopal

I' hurch will be as follows: By Anna Ruth Cresbyus.aus.assAAAaAUUau '

f Sunday: 9:43: : a.m. Church The Crist lam Bros. Circus one W.Carfer
if the world's big amusement
.. drool and Adult Class; llam.-
..- .. vlormng Prayer and Sermon; 6:3U organizations, will exhibit in Mr and Mrs Sal'ator.Iong.-

St. Edward's Church I i.nl.--Y. P. S. L. Starke on Tuesday March 27, under ni, and Mr. and Mrs. Otis (Craw

Melhodist ChurchPalm I Wednesday: 7:3: : p.m. Litany auspices of American Legion f'ird and family, all of Jacksonville i :; Often

Sunday Mass at 9.1. a. m. nd Meditation; 8 p.m. Cho.i Post 56. Advance tickets are now Mills Kelly of Lake Cv\: "
Sunday services Chul< h Holy day masses 6..JO a. m. anc Practice. on sale and may be obtained and, Pat Kelly of Starke wore

Shoo), 9:45: a. m Classes for all 8:30: a mChildren I Holy Communion: 1st Sunday from any member of the Legion recent guests of the C. C Cuv- ir t e j ReferedTo

apes Worship and sermon 11 a'i( s Catechism Class each 11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday 7:30 a m Post.More bys.Mr.

m Palm Sunday anthems byj;|I Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. iwaits everyone. ; than 150 performers. ** [*"'* TS X&S and :Mrs. Charles Newman-

Cham-el Choir. Church membership ;i; Ke)stone Height I j I representing some of the best kL.ik'wmr I'I I of Gainesville were recent giifsu As Florida's"Mr.Democrat"
I 1'CNTtX.XtelAL UUU.NE.ss: : j talent in the world will be ofIr.: and Mrs. Lois NewminaMiss
service, and infant baptism.!i I (At St. William's Chapel) seen ,Ii EUJ'U.\: : ;>\TS are alnaan: important part of any dmi>, and the
CHURCH with the show this Elaine Crosby has boor
big season. \
:Nursery open during this s'r"ice.1]I (Follow Hiway 21 south to St Sunday Scnool 10 a iu, j i iI Cristiani I5r >-.. hair an unusually fine collection including "Shirley," \'isitmgIr.. and Mrs Bill Shand
As the circus
MYF Fellowship Supper and I I I William's Sign.) ,I Morning Service 11 a.iu I, a prelude, a spectacle to "La Fiesta performance the famous <(mt fratuml in Ken Murrjj's HUcKouts in Hull, )'u ood. ley in Bradenton.Mrs. .

;group meetings, 6:45: p. m. Evening -]! Sunday Mass 3 a. m. Prayer Evening Service Meetings 7:30: Weunesaa.p.m. j is unfolded, with the rich pagcan-j old alike Another popular fea- to town upon two special con- :: Cora Edmondson Of Lakeland Whose life-long experience in politics .

service led by Youth Choir I i Holy day masses 7:30: a. m. 7:45 II try. music, and color that is the\! ture will be the Cristiani troupe \'o's. was the recent guest of :Mr has proven his loyalty to the
ught : Saturday nlgblVVVYVYftli.tr..1.1V.1ttt
Confessions before all Masses. pm. I and Mrs. R. R. Democratic and his
< onsisting mainly of songs of1 !spirit of the circus. )f dancing horses, ridden by The lean business methods and Crosby. party ability
I I Miss Pansy Crosby was hostess in campaign strategy. With mun-
., The internationally- famous feminine riders. 'he magnitude of this
,praise and anthems. .MISSIONARY I[ great ble gratitude to the party wbick
OUJ.\\\'S .I Cristiani family of riders, with There- are- 600 people with thebig traveling enterprise- have always recently at a weiner roast for has so favored him in the pact
Holy: Week services will be| BAPTIST CHURCH LONG BRIDGE Lucio. the celebrated comedian, I I I show, which recently returned made the Cristiani Bros. Circus about 35 young people. Jerry again offers to serve aa National -

neld at this church from 12 noon I 10 am Sunday School, 11 a.m. : came from Europe to thrill American :\: to the u. S. after a tour ofSouth welcome in any community. Clyde EJmondson of Miami Democratic Committeemanand
until 12:30 m.. Monday through : AND NEW RIVER i solicits your vote in the eos -
p. II preaching. 6:15 BTU 6:45: prayer audiences. Other featured- : Amt-rn-a. The 150 performers j The performances will be givenat visited Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Crosby Democratic
Friday, March 26-31. Meditation 7 o'clock services. 1 I several last week.- primary.
service: song performers include the Flying represent- eight foreign 2 and 8 doors days
each day will be given by local'! Mr. i:. .V. Sapp p.m.ith openan i l'olili'a1d,-.
senIces.KINGSLEV Church
1:30 evening | services same time a-j
Davidson aerialist- and Hugo countries- hour earlier to permit an inspection -
ministers Everyone welcome I'aM for by Jerry W. Carter
a..A..A..i Zacrhim, who is shot from the Twenty-two tents, covering 12 of the zoo. | always. Prayer meetingVdnes-
NEW RIVER Mrs.. Nettie Moody and Mrs I i mouth of a cannon for a distanceof acres of ground are used to School students will be ad-
1I SIOSARAl'TIST Ella [oody'isited'their aunt'' 220 feet A battery- of clowns house the transient city which at imitted at special low rates- for

BAITLST CHURCH I Sunday School 11 9:4 a.m.a.m.Evening:Morn-':, Mrs. Ada Bradford, who was ill I will furnish fun for young; andHIGHLAND night is transported from town'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYI the afternoon performance. ,, Sooner or Later You'll Get a
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor- Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting: in Jacksonville, last Sunday. j j ................v....... M. Beach in Jacksonville.
Serv-i j |
Hour, 11 a m. Evening
each\each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone Mr. and Mrs. Chester Andrews Mrs Hart winter visitor of ]i

Wednesday ice. 7 p. m. 7:30 Prayer p. Meeting m. Everyone I, we.lC'Ome.-Rev. H. H. Mott,!! had as guests during the weekend ''IEILIRONNIII! ; Rev and Mrs. S. F. Beard, l'ft':'' GAlOATRAILERjt.

welcomeL.. L. Parker, pastor.)pastor. their son, Gene Andrews of Jack I Tuesday for her home m Minnesota 'I
sonville. and son and daughter-in- :
: fly Mrs.! lacy Norman Mm ,\n<-rl ;NorouoIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'> !
EVERGREENBAITIST law Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Doyle
BETHEL I Mr and Mrs Ancel Norman
i j
CHURCH Andrews and baby of Wildwood .AAAAA.&&&&&&&&&&&.&.&&A --=::;::; -
UTIST CHURCH I made a business trip to Gainl'sville !
I ,
Sunday School 10 a. in. Preach- Mrs. Tom Hodge and family,I
I :Mr and Mrs. Vernon Griffis Miss Morris Carter celebrated i and Brooker- Friday of last .,
School 10 a. m. Preaching ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. and :Mrs Lonnie Crews of Lees- i' .: .-
Sunday I and little daughter of Jacksonville -> her anniversary in a .very different week.- i! .-
services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer I burg were weekend guests of Mr. \
j and Mr and Mrs. Dick Starling way last week. Instead of re-! Mr. and Mrs. B J. Eggers and t
service 7:30 m.Rev.. Meeting- Wednesday 7:30 p. m. i and Mrs. O. B. Moody. i I :tI tI I
Song p. I and children of Heilbronn ('el'ingifts., she gave a gift. A children of Jacksonville visited !I G SO EASY
!I Rev. J E. Lingerfelt- pastor. bells for 1 I
R L Lee pastor.IIFJLBRONN Wedding are ringing attended church here Sunday and; beautiful:: Bible was given to the I their parents, the T. N Normans, :;

BAPTIST CHURCHLAWTEY. Vernice Dowling of Raiford marI and ;I were dinner guests of the Albert Heilbronn Church by Mrs Carter,i j last weekend. I i TO LAUNCH-TO LOAD
Felton Moody. They will be and ,,
her i
FLA. Normans family. Rev. and Mrs. Malcolm Gal-i!
rnracii ried at Long Bridge Church this,
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching 3 o'clock Gene Norman visited CypressGardens | The :Musical McKinleys: presented braith and son made a business: OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY
Sunday School 10 am. Preaching | Sunday afternoon at .
6:30p.m. 11 a. m. & 7:30 m. Midweek'' invited. !' last sundlY.F. ; an interesting program at the'ehurch | trip to St. Augustine Monday and
Training Union All friends are '
11 am. I service Wednesday 7:3.0 p. m. I( C. Harvey. Lon Prescott and Wednesday evening of' Tuesday.The .
Preaching 7:30 pm. Prayer i Joe Do A"ling of High Spring CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
in Jacksonville last weekMr
7:30 A. E. Massey, pastor.lIaJl"lton T. T. were Eldon Sapps and T. N
Wednesday p.m.Rtv
Meeting in our community Sunday.
I .v.i-s on business. : and Mrs. Clifford! Johns of Normans were recent guests of
F B Beard, pastor.HKOOKEU Christian Church Mrs. Gus Thomas and daughter Kathleen: Norman and children, Jacksonville visited relatives here- |,I I I, Mrs. H. C. Edwards in Jacksonville TRadio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone

I Sunday -- Bible School 10 a. m. Para of Jacksonville visited with 'of Lawtey attended church serv- last: weekend :: Mrs Edwards had been inSt 239 Starke, Fla.

.\1T1STSunday CIlt'R1I i Preaching 11 a. m. Evening her sister-in-law, Mrs. Reddish 1 ices here Sunday and were dm- Miss Sandra Carmichael was Luke's Hospital, but was back
':Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. Prcach- Andrews, last week. Ruth Marr. weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs him
School 10 a. m. Morning' 'I ner guests of :Mrs. getting along nicely _...- -
Worship 11 a. m. BTU 7 p. m.,lug 7:30: p. m. Wednesday: Eibla Mrs. Mary Snowden is enjoy- Mr. and :Mrs. Leonard Norman
Study Hour 7:30: p m. Willard M. we'k's'isit with her Jacksonville -
a to
Evening Service 8 p. m. Prayer ing I i made several trips
:Meeting Wednesday 8 p. m.-Rev.I Jones, Pastor. daughter Mrs Ethel Johnson, in to be at the bedside; of their

<. B. Stallings, pastor. t I Ii Gainesville. j daughter Evelyn, who entered St
: AIRPARK | Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sapp and I Luke's Hospital last Friday for The Most Appreciated Gift

Olll-KCH OF JESUS CHRIST will I i daughter Laura, were' Sunday )!i treatment.Mr. .
G. Hemingway
LATTER DAY SAINTS j 1 Rev. L. "Moses And The Burning : guests of the Ethan Sapps. Leslie : and Mrs Lacey Norman Is The USEFUL Gift
Services! each Sunday in old preach on is a student at the University- of I I and family had as their guests
Bush" at the Airpark Baptist
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday morning at 11 I'I Florida and has opened a branch''! Saturday afternoon the R. E
School 11a. m. Sacrament : office of Florida Pest Control in Sapps of Green Cove Springs.
o'clock. Lacey
Service 6:30: p m. Everyone welcome. ;, Palatka, where he and his family -!' Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thompsonof

I : BAITIST i now live.Sonny Jacksonville were Sunday afternoon

HOMECOMING: i Andrews is home for a guests of the Lacey Nor- I Gifts for the whole 'round
SEVENTH DAY The Heilbronn Baptist Church brief visit with his parents.- Mr. '' mans. year

:\()\ CHURCH will have its annual Homecoming I and Mrs. Chester Andrews. Sonny Correction: The F.. C. Har ev'?
Services each Sabbath In St.l II on Sunday.: March 4. Dinner will I i works for the Seaboard railroad :,i new baby was named Andn '

old Masonic Hall on E. Call be served on the grounds and an with headquarters in Wild*ood.j ':, James instead of Andrew James '
Sabbath School 2 p. m. Preaching ;| all-day sing will be held. I as reported last week.

every week by R. L. Mathews, pas, Winfred Wilkinson of Jacksonville i

tor Bible Study each Thursday welcome I; CHURCH OF CHRIST !j Sordid Melodrama : was In our community Sunday By Popular Demand 1

7-30: p. m. A friendly II I C. L O\erturf Jr.. Minister I Featured At FloridaJoan i afternoon. ,I
Wonderful Wonderful Gifts
Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. i Our Homecoming Day win be,, ,

Window Cleaning Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening \ Crawford stars in a com- i, held Sunday March 25. There \\ill''j' Our Stock of

Stores Offices" Homes Worship 7:30 p. m. plex story of conflicting emotion; be preaching in the morning, din- by
1 Study 7:30 Florida theatre this Sunday i in the
Outside Only 30e up Wednesday Bible I at the ner at noon, and singing
and Monday. I I with different church
Reasonable Prices ;F m. I afternoon t
AGNEW Radio program. "Old Paths" 'The Queen Bee" which costars i i groups taking part.
W. S.
sat E. Brownlee St Starke l each Sunday 9 a. m. Station Barry Sullivan, Betsy: Palmer Don't forget Sunday School at

WDVH.Pastors Lucy Marlow and John Ireland 9:45: a. m.BARNES.

I depicts the complicated consequences -I II.

j. of unorthodox social ANNOUNCES.. ,/ g
I and Most Beautiful have
Monday Is the Largest we .E
i 1 behavior. | Alex L. Barnes qualified / *
Subject 11 a.m. Sunday Will Be I a candidate for Justiceof II ever offered. If you are not already a satisfied "7 z
1 The screen presentation wasjI as
i Peace In Districts 1, 2, an<*. Esterbrook user, ask the man who owns I
of Revival"First I i adapted from the novel by Edna the
"The Cost | Lee by writer-director Ranald I| 3 (Lawtey, N. Starke, and S. ene Pens rends and Desk Sets by

'! McOouerall. It wag produced by | ('illIJ'81S America's Oldest Penmaker. w 'T

Church Hampton Jerry Wald. I
Baptist I : !
According to advance publicity I' BUY !UR.TOr.nOE ,.HI.-Pok Sel-daw.ty

the and items of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Allen have pinul hrha Ey And
I I many of gowns; i in Saratoga I The Popular '
Hampton. Fla" jewelry used in the picture are of'i purchased a home I abli call. Choke ofMw.
a unique and interesting character ) Heights from Brevard Contractor -i cholc. 0' 6
Allen is the I SET ...eI
with for $9.8.'if) Mr. DESK colon suo
though none can compare j
Sunday School 10 a.m t : Retzer's Super -I
''the dazzling nature of the performances ]i!: market manager fi AvU-Fll Bt.k r.n $ttrh! lh.
11 a.m. t
Morning Worship Market I pen that Alls lhf! from a giant Ink
Training Union 6:30 p.m. s i In Black r fountain In the bait fountain.bos

Evening Service 7:30 p.m. $ needs Ink only 4 times yearly In
3.25 / normal vie. Choice; of point, choke
"Hour of Power"11'ed.. 8 p.m. ef color . {4.00

Pastor iI ll FREE $$2500 FREE
I MARVIN E. FAILE.' __ II I In Colors

I 3.75 d
I I In Gift Certificates Good In Trade
Also comes with chain attached for use in .

i On Any 1956 Ford Or Any 1950 Motels, Restaurants Banks. Sen-ice Stations D
etc ;tl( I
Or Later Model Used CarAT


REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor Delexe "K" Pocket Stf-
ANDREWS MOTOR COMPANY lkr.odih.potnt. Beautiful deep'toned Etler
Jefferson and Court StreetsIn The Heart of Town Ideal of your choice brookPe"ond..aldlilIhIII.,

Phones Office 234 Pastonum 130 MORE FEATURES ...tnte the barrel Pencil. Gleaming!! netol sap
YOUR FORD DEALER CJfJ boxed . $1.11

i Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. :200 West Madison St. StarkeTo -MORE VALUE I! Gift Give them an Esterbrook, .

Sunday School 9:.15 A.M. Training Union 6:16 P.M. the first ."50 person who guess nearest the correct for one of many beautiful pen aif
j or a marvelous desk pen set. All will be

Midweek el'\'lre Wednesday, S:00 P.M weight of Zumbo the only sacred baby elephant with Student presents of easier, smoother writing, because

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WWII at pink eyes in the U. S. A.. with Cristiani Hros Circus, you choose the right point for any kind, any

:3 i and 5 Sunday way of writing. More than 30 point styles.
llam Regular Broadcast E\ery, Tues. March 27. a $:ao Certificate will be given, goodin Teacher,

--- trade on any new 1936:> Ford. or any 1930; or later MEN

model used car REM I N G TON Ho seOFFICE EQUIPMENT

Wife /

t Your Certificate may be turned in Andrews Motor 1)-1- -kla When in need of the Heavier Items of .. n-'

HUNDREDS Co. or at the circus at the display. Correct weight will v.UA..fC/ or Office Equipment Desks Chairs ;;:

Filing Cabinets, etc. Get Our Prices ,: ;i
be posted Andrews Motor Co. windows. Winners Compare this typewriter and you First. We can offer yon overnight I
of details are managed and economic- will be convinced that here is a .BusinessMan
ally attended that only a trained and will be notified by mail. All entry blanks must be turn- superb portable typewriter hot opportunity delivery on to everything quote. you need. We will appreciate the t

careful organization can attend when gives you beautiful prinfwork and
ed in by Friday. March 30,1936.WINMNC : .
the urgent need for serving is at a new ease of operation-t'squet;

hand. too. It's the only portable with I

: ; CERTIFICATES MUST! HE REDEEMED. I Miracle Tab and 34 other out Also I
standing useful features. Budget! TERMS IFDESIRED Remington Adding Machines
i BY APRIL 15. 1936 Tertnt Test Typing trials arranged. ;


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Our local rumcral borne enable u to otter convenience tae I Address -- --- -. -- __ ___.
t service not other*!** availableWe I :

t t ; Guessing Zumbo's weight __ __ nn_-_ __n_ Bradford County Telegraph
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automobile truck is
anal) My present
furnish the highest type service: at lowest prices

1 *ce.,pt ANY life Insurance policj In force issued by ANT Year Make Phone 29 Starke, Fla. Est. 1879 '

r : company, as payment In part or in full on a funeral I I

Consultation carrie: no obligation

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HospitalContinued f Among many novel features are i[ '-;' __ City Considers Future Farmer Place

the central oxygen room. where i ,-.- I
'Colossal'Is High At State Fair
large tanks supply outlets in pa- Insurance
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tients' rooms a garbage-can washing ,,
nt-si1 I' '
rol", ..
,5 just; t \ t
the semi-private rooms. All are room, and a surgical blanket ,'.
Mock judging conic- it: t1
u :> u'n? City Council Tues- ?
warmer built into the wall of one I
equipped with built-in telephone I corridor. The Word For Band I .,, took under advise- Florida State Fair held .1; T.i.-: '; j{

and oxygen outlets. nurses' signals. p-' ; :loposed revision and on Io"ento place the i-.ui: .'

.=nd thermostatically-controlled in- I Narcotics cabinets at the nurses'desk ; underwriters for ill FFA Chapter judgi-.t! :. .i.n: 1.: t

I'lvidua: air-conditioning units operated in the patients' wing are I Festival Here Last Weekend < croup insurance poli- in swine judging and! Jn''i: ;
with devices to
from a central hot or chilled, equipped warming beef cattle from among HI tci

A-ater source. I prevent their being accidentallyleft ti Purdy of Jacksonville, I!' competing from all! \\.l't" .-f :. .
Modern Features .. -,' :; >g the Gulf Life Jnsn .,, State.

Typical of the many small planning ; Staff TtoUls 27 II.mpany( outlined a pro- The Bradford Fuiuu 1'.1' .c''

refinements incorporated for There will be seven doctors on -I ,I 1'.. hospitalization. and : participating were I IV.1'.-" i'i: .

I Im4'timum call from Starke and Keystone '1 ,.
comfort the Andrews tnt I K ::"::.'-4
are ceiling insurance! which he

'I'ghta! in the rooms which are fo-I Heights to service the hospital and ''i .'. ..ii 1 provide more coiu.nerage Hutcheson.
the full staff includes 27 nurses ; : Henry Lawsulj. B-bb.. <: .p;
'used tu east most of their doctors and other employeeMrs. ; Hutches .
Cooper and ':l.t.- i':
away uoni the patients'eyes. i "i j could also give the .
Kite revealed that 24 per tended the Souh"'.L t"in Ki -'..>, *.
The Hospital is equipped ; : aorable rate arrange-
sons or groups in the Bradford how In Ocala on M 1.1f ::1 t; :
.t complete clinical laboratory an '"I iih a yearly dividend
area have made donations towaids : reported that th.'rl't'I': run.her .
X-ray laboratory with its own .' 'it-: !' certain conditions. I
the completion of the hospital :tu of fine anim.iN: -.1' .
darkroom and 200 milliamp diag- : .5 group-insured em- : on \:
date. 15; more hog \\trc .iddc'i.! ,n.-
n uni -
and delivery rooms and an I Complete patients 'tH'.II" h.ivebeen r #' \ i ii !1- .,! i Blue Cross and Flue week to the FFA ,v\'i- .it -h.

,,. .
school farm by To-i !1'
emergency room that can be used furnished by J. Ii. nu! M.ir- .' ,Vwith premiums
: and Sidney Xcum rT'. ', .
:i net essary for minor operations. yon Arnold, II. C Wall Leilaind i I'.v the city and part-: .
the number to 'Jl !. m
The 75-meal capacity kitchen I participating em-
Jean :Mundy uie Elks C'lIb ''I'
't ituivs a huge walk-in refrigera-
Starke, the Fiorina B.isih i ,
Mir and a separate room for dishwashing '" i t'h-T system emploveem Free Elephant Rides
Starke. the Rig Dad :\1..11111.> uing .
with two comfortable "' "' 1,"II I the
Company. and the S. oft tJ group msurl''i Offered Children
Hitting rooms for colored and white .giani is optional. hut
Manufacturing CompanyThe .
M.iff members. (, ____ i__.___ I !. :: .in employee! elects to pnii Next TuesdayBig
doc-tors' library wus; don.iied [- .
SprrLtl Tile Hours I : t tht- coverage the city auto-

The operating delivery emer- ,i by the Winn-Lovett Grocery IYFTIIIIISTKKT. IIAIKMX C n. Hulick (renter) congratulates : Jl'IMSrs; : STAND was hu.. spot as ;.Uli Dish rit't high! ... hu..1 bunds 'i. i'h! agrees to pay a part of Babe, the tluldreii-, !t' :a ,;i-

jency. and labor rooms have' Company. HIIS Director and I...ral (Oiainiian: <". Thompson (left) on tlusurrrWul paraded for four hours IIITI- last !'it iirchiv. night.!:: .t,iii.nuu'.r ,:i| |left > ''I." J 1'1't'IJ1' III Ill. ly elephant. will be in S.tiK: .

specially-designed rubber tile conductive Other Gifts staging; of the li.mil meet III MarkiAt" right: i i.. Joe <>,'- ga\.' xmil i run ii hug ai.-i.unl of .... \ ni.inriners c.u h ham! raiiu HI field.. children available ,
JuniorVoman's Club of all
The to Tickets aie
foors to eliminate the ''I I .l i': !Uit' next regular Coun-
/m-ik Band Director
posxibility of I.t.tdll'r! high: Sc hmil, .|.ukson\illc nl'adl,
Starke furnished; the white lobby free. at Andrews Motoi t'
of static electricity buildup : n.; .t'' 4oding to flerk
ulio is district ,
si-crclarj h.irkg round are IIU-IIIHT. of !.. "
Club donated High: for rides 3 to ., .it th.
metal instruments tnd the Starke Woman's I ''II: I from p m
on or by
the nurses' lounge School Hand, Jack-Minx. ille, of \\hidl I loin k i.. clir<>< torCUESCKNT circus grounds.
doctors and nurses as they mo\'e'
: bout. I The Bradford Furniture Company Set Red CrossResidential Beginning: at 11:30: a Ill. Bif.-
Babe and her nine will be
outfitted the staff dining 1iy pals
The nursery can handle 10 II
and the colored lobby was Fund on parades throughout the tot n
: room
dames at a time plus two incuba- '
turnished the Bradford ____ I With a long career in the n.ovi.. -
lot cases and has its own fully I by Drive Next Week
as a favorite working p.iitn; i>"
'olored Teachers' Association
cumpped preparation I film stars Hit H.tHthi-
.xmi. i i iTh. Draperies for the lobbv and nursery \1' MI ,i[f the Junior Woman's many

were donated by the, DeWttt __H \ c "" .1. i mduct' their annual appeared in television's Sup.; i
entire hospital is built in six ; ;
( ) Circus and is now WI'11 l'-Il'L I
each C. Jones Compan and (the I Ifil, Cross funds in the ,
.sections a complete functioning Bros. Babe is also Mini .i iworld's !" ,
churches of the Bradford Counivarea ,; li.strirt of Sarko': 'I
; centralized unit separated from \ c-martest elephant
furnished the prayoi room __ .'. h rording to an an- I ,
the others. The
patients' rooms .
1\ As gentle as a lamb Bu: 1.ti!> -
The Business and ProfessionalWoman's in'! by Miss I..ouisc'.i '
are located in their own wing f.
-t; easy to handle and enduies I the
donateda ', ,\ chairman. is1 I
ihcre is a surgical and dellveiyhing Club of Starke She : youngster's screams ku'k>. pun h

an office and lubby wing bassinet for the nursery the 'J. "i'''Ist.'d in planning for the! es. and pranks and seem to enioy -

separate facilities for emergency. : Trail Ridge Social Club gave a !I. x.bv'' Mrs. A J. Thomas Jr. I the kids as much as :hcai>,

X-iay. and laboratory functions. a blood pressure instrument and a Th town has been divided into)I fascinated by her.

kitchen and service section and a1! corridor mirror was furnished by six sections with the following All paren'g are invited to bring!

.pecial group of rooms to house: the Wilson Life Insurance Com uemt"i.i in charge of one divi- their children out next Tuesday

the buildings' mechanical equip pany. Ion eachMrs.: Randall Chitty. afternoon for the most thrilling

ment. which includes two 40-ton Cash donations were made by W Mrs M II Sheppard Mrs. John ride of a lifetime.ONEFORALL .

air-conditioning units and two hot-I K. Reid, the Atlantic & Pacific Tea Torode, Mrs. E. A. Yancey, Mrs.

water boilers. Company the State Farm Community H B. Ingram, and Mrs. T. IIerserf'au.

The entire Hospital. except for! Club, the Willing Workers I .

kitchen and storage areas, is air.I Class of the First Baptist I All money collected must be I Ball Point Fro

Conditioned. Church and the Starke Chapter of1 turned in by March 30. Miss Stern Refills. Fits any pen. 49e Bradford -

AU Convenience* the Order of the Eastern Star. CITY Majorettes make a pretty picture at they line up Im.\VI'UIW ttlUIl hC'HOOL'S Majorettes strike a fetching pose a* i! said. CountSellIt / TeltlfaPk.

I the bond walt It.. torn to the field. I
The lobby section includes a Pictures for the nursery and a ready for their specialty number. go on

prayer room for visitors a doctors' ;I pen for the doctors' desk were donated -
library public rest rooms, and a! by the Cleaners Sunday !! Rent It Trade!

public telephone. School Class of the First Baptist(Sentence I Music Festival j\ Candidates i BHS TrackmenLose

There are doctors' and nurses' Church.

lounges and the hospital has its I The hospital has been financed \ (Continued from Page One) To OcalaOcala : WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED I
| by Federal funds, allocations from j (Continued from Page One) (Continued from Page One) I ;, .
scheduled to in ,
originally compete
Commissioner for District 1; incumbent -
the Florida State Racing Commission -I j ing until he could gather medical I II J cancelled at the scoied an 113-10
categories H. A. easy Low Rates Cood Results
I Ii (Buddy) Bishop Kasy To Place
a special bond issue and 1 evidence which would affect the las: minute. I vit-ioiy over a young and inexpenenced -
PULPWOODIS I i Maurice Edwards Jr., and JesseE.
:( donations. i court's decision. j Express Thanks Newsome have qualified foi P.HS track team in the '0 WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION 60r

''I 1 Edmondson stated that the facility letters from I first meet of the season held in
Thomas produced ] Thompson and BUS PrincipalC. District 3; and the District 6 EACH ADDITIONAL WORD Zc

OUU IJUSINESS [i will be ready to accept patients -I! a number of doctors and called S. Partin, who wail in over-all race is between incumbent: :'01. 0 i Ocala last; Friday. The Bradford IIIMItl %T OF IS Pill CENT OV TWO OH MORE INSERTIONS' .

!i Monday morning. i i Dr. Thomas C. Ritch of Starke: :' charge of the event estimatedthat Harrell. Russell H. Green Jr. and !thmcUdi started practicallyirom :sn.. *iiiiio\4i.. POH" ni.i\i .41)SOR ADS !OT pn i:* ADVANCE: 1

Mr. landowner ue're hereto i to the stand to establish the fact the day-long musical festival Floyd Wiggins. i scratch this yeai. with only -
(It II TKM'II .\1\1-:1111\11\ t'ARPJ.XTER WOKK -
nt-ne you when you have that Mrs. Manning suffers from biough: "dose to 1,000 people"t0 Incumbent J. E. Brown \\'. C one Senior on the squad and u \i>io" it KIM: i HI11: lug. Cement Iluck, {{".Remodel-.fin* and

IIUJp\\GOd to sell. Whether I'I I'V. c. T. u.MAN i a chronic heart condition requiring -, Staike Saturday neaily 2,000 f i B.lly i Powell and Paul ILiymoni Coach Criswell is expecting an llrasonahlr All MaLra rharir-.AM- Slodrla enarantrrdHS. "rr..lI.siding. ..Cement'n Telegraph work.. Chan.tfchff A.

sour load Is large or small, I ,[ constant daily medication of them contestants. will run against on : uphill fight until he gets: his ('. MlF.FIItillifl :
into \\ C'.II ",. stuil.I'fc gtlKllH > liritl'.KH STAMI-S m.irtr
suffer hopefuls t"i?
whipped order
the modern facilities of Bradford under medical supervision They complimented all thosein another for the District 2 school young Idlers. nUIII..r..rN notary "..&I
U'oodyard areat" Ii OF THE: MONTH. i i physical pain as a result of her the community who helped Board seat. shape Last year, Ocala won bj S.LE.w S X II X IS ('s It'.idf.id i I'.'unty
jour C, mnt $1.50 Telegraph.!
62-61 BUS. crete block. I1-- tt
stressor I narrow
disposal. Bring a> jour next The Chaplain of the Initedstates condition during emotional keep the day's schedule running Lex Green has qualified to run a margin over per bag. Mortar Mis $1.30 per --
1 and also' has a dormant I Jim Hobbs with a 10 ft.. 3 in hi'idf.'rd KligineeiinB CV % PAlO OS" SVIj5
: :senate. In this Issue, strain smoothly and gave of their timo against incumbent County Judge lug.. _, .. 1'1 KEYSTIXE -
load. We pay cash "on the A< c..L- If : STATR flANK
(Florida White RIbbon News) cancerous condition requiring con- i, and efforts to make the competition Theron A. Yawn and II. A. Law- pole vault. was the only first I :; IJI-JtiIfT". Ff.A.-. MEV.I KEYSTINE -.

spot. we an rwogniting Dr. Frederick s'.ant observation and periodic a success. I son will compete with SheriffP. place winner for BHS. Jerome A WATKIXS IIOUTE IS OPKN In I mR o'DJr. ,
I Edwards took second in th' in Hradford CIIUlltlany nearby I II
Broun Harris, as the Man Of :, treatment. The Bradford PTA was singled D. Reddish. place rfe.il..rs now making 175 to $100 I

CONTACT The Month, fur his strong pulpit Thomas pointed out that apvi- out for thanks along with BHS Incumbent upel:.1tendent of II pole vault and another second per week. This U one of the bestroutf.s BILL SOTO
the Stat.I'nn you qual-
the broad III
pronouncement on cocktails to i son sentence could prove danger-, students; the various civic and : Schools H. P. Morgan will te opposed place jump. ify for this on-" Why not write SIGN SHOPOne
his Sunday morning congregation. OILS to her heart condition and by Carl Roberts. i Freddie Stephens scored one The J. U Watkin- c..... 655 WPeaehtree .
j social who helped publicize .
groups each for Bradford in the St I. N E Atlanta, UaItrhK
Edwin W.% Peck Dr. Harris I.. pastor of Foundry i i Dr. Ritch testified that though the festival. the' Chamber of The School Board race in District point 3":01:: Mile South

Methodist: Church, Washington, i..facilities at the Sate: Prison are)fI Commerce. and City and County I 4 is between incumbent shot put and discus throw. On Keystone Highway

OK C. F nATE IAN I). C. and Ls the popular and belotL I I adequate for the needed heart | officials. I Member Thornton Johns and I The next meet for BHS will Large Farm, Ranch Phone 178-L
I be the Florida Relays in Gainesville -
i Chaplain\ of the United 'treatments diagnostic and canI Walter S. Sibley; incumbent Dis- Timber Loans

Phone -17-I-J J I States Senate. I I't'r treatment facilities there aro! cafeteria The PTA serving ran the an High estimated School trict 1 Justice of the Peace F on March 31 LOW INTEREST AH Types Signs

(Horlilaliite Ribbon News. not designed for anyone in Mrs. C. Hodges will be opposed by
I* O. Box 129 Starke, Fla. ( 1.700: meals, and concessions on JERRY O. GAY JK.vriXK! : INDIA FOKMI..SA:
March 1956.) condition. Barnes and D. B. Dick)
Manning's |, the school grounds. About 20 Alex L. ; ( IiLOO.MI.NU ,\7 U.Si'llIIb
A petition signed by 19 of Mrs. ': members worked in the cafeteria. Thomas has challenged incumbent I i YOr'f.L t.O\E th- new Enter INSURANCE SERVICE I0<- to 13 00

Manning's neighbors was then'i' :20? in the concessions and all whi i I J. L. Silcox for the District 1Constable's ': hrook pI!I'1'-.l7e fountain pens In I'lu.ne 371-J 1227 E. Call I (;reatl}' Reduced Prices

pastel shades. Only S2.58 at Brad- i nn )I'.1' :: f'. I ImiI
,: '!:_ _'. u' -: / presented recommending that the, could not be there all day helpedin post. forth ('ount Telegraph. I I .\/aI. ..tMTU t I J.'*y,
with The putlic will:! be given an opportunity )
rPROSTATE courtemper its judgement: some way. either by donating BEL'ElHmEZALEA:

SUFFERERS 1II"f111 her case. j jState's work money: or time. to meet and hear theviews LOW COST GARDEN AM U NTK.SEKY;
of each tandidate at aserlt's =- =- PAI-MM: :
T. 1lIun: K.UM.Ini.uss: ;
New Mechanical Instruments No Massaging Attorney Th students contributed by of rallies be'.weer.April i I i' 1 l"x ""' 1a: !1. t..n. KlaI
ai ranged
asked for leniency statn : Insurance
in .110.1! helping with the many arrangements Liability ::
Ne Mechanical Instnunents S No Surgery defendant had al" 10 and May 4 by the Democratic CAiSPECIAL I Km; : SU.K Surlourt..iII hi"ni,' 4
: .! that the necessary and staging a USED I ronn.s. and hath l..t-\ 1, ,111,,_ AI.]
\\1UT}: 1'OIi FKIIE: BOOKLET: 'i-uU been penalized severely by| general cleanup: at the school o' Exeiutue Puiiinutte.' ('t intact t's Concerning the I .. r.-.Jo'.r'I. 'I 1 "p..rtf.II', Wltn
LAW all rinniiiii ev :M, \\ II.( Nn
the : I
and rigors NElNSUliN'E I
h. r imprisonment Friday I "' "' :'"-. \V Ma.K.n| tfNTKI ,,,,
court | .
of the two proceedings Berries Suffer
('it) Cooperates :No :Membership Fees : \\ .\ > HorSKKKKPKIl: : I'r.f
123 W. HEAVER JACKSONVILLE FLA. in sentence Judge I'atuuiteI .. r
The Chamber of Commerce and -.tI'dtlol. lade w ih'.i.t, !h.
; ,, t.at that is is manda-i: the City of Starke joined force? Blow From Cold BEST RATES:; IN: TOWN .I'-II f 1-' !.'i.lmil !:'. I.
Kn-l..y 1..1. -.
,,i\ tii.it Mis. Manning never to produce and distribute the re"Welcome" .; (Ii! Months I'olicies : :ii i. ; ; .;

;i in live in Bradford County. I stickers displayedvirtually : 1954 Chevrolet
Weilne.sd.iy minning'* tioezingten !
:>. i mil i Yielded Dennis; when'qiii everywhere Saturdayand Doyle E. CONNER I s \Jr t1K. I IICK.iiis

10 : stionod by police aftei j jii I a number of officials len; 'pent me all of 2t! degiee-s bloom killed: on i-Ir Pcmer Hide; INSURANCE I AGENCY:: I STdlKl:. .'lldllt

DOWN PAYMENT .:,.; :'urn with knowledge that i their assistance with detail work practically m'.tIfrd County exposed-traub y :Seat ('0\ ers. Turn I'hone 2S"; 13B: W Calli New Ibrrr lir.l run ii.a.tmr.

!:1' :.in dt'! i !li lId been mnimitted. j and arrangements.Starke Sijfnalsi.ess h.n.r, bird "t..oil llaur. *I led l.nlb
i plants and heaped one mon.straw I and kllrhra drain .
I .. bonril. "|"" 'r
Police ChiefV. E. on the camels; back of an i i 1'1|: liST: Kurnlil' t" l--'l- 1 hrntfr ..I..... bit ttntrr br.itrrkilrhrn
than ;5000 actual miles ""'in! )I. 'u-' rn-til! rh! i 'n\ i'ni' 'h'' I rthanxt
Party Rallies \ Thornton said that he was especially already discouraging season. -this car is a real Creamuff. \iluli-, M I r, A K S.iul. 6':!:! :Me-' : iililllj room eronndn fan.car.linilipril|n>rl and,

?flft 3G :MOXTII'Y! PAYMENTS -- pleased with the traffic : Sales of 1.M9 crates. with receipts M i :,. |i.Ii'.ii. HVW. IfehB I! l>atrd klrrrl aid .'it> urililiri.liown .
$10.19 which he described > imimrnt Inilirjin SI IINM (.-
situation. a1;
Set For of 12,25540.. were re- li.tami 1 I I..l- '
County I'ttli I \I.KFour: two < i<> m.n-trirran P2.:;".'"'. I .i'r.
"less of a problem than on A por.od at the Ftarke market in I"'I! li"ii "_ 'l 1 I' \V I.a'.iv"tt.St 'I rrfricrratur.: rtrr. r.inuiuid \ rnltlind

SS//\ -. 36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS -- normal school day." the five-day period. March 15-20: ALSO ZIp; ZC1si -. % if d..ir..d.I..Dlbl, pu -
$20.17 Po.itical rallies have been scheduled menu" l.kr rrnl.Florida .
lie and Starke Mayor U T. Prices strengthened a little. ranging -
in the 8 Bradford County tltKK: IIOMKSI : !
I Ii Jackson both expressed the offi- from 56 to $9 60. 1953 Chevrolet Realty Co.
LOANS UP communities for its 32-candidate
TO $2500.00 i Matll-
hrrr liril ru m home on
at a
:i May primary slate by the Demo- cial appreciation of the city for Production was already ,..,n sirrrt '*->,:""..'"', Irrni". Of Starke
the efforts of Johnnie Giggan.; low ebb due to a cold snap th.r l-Ir Ivory over Dark I i
i cratic Executive Committee be- :, .... hen H.uy n.lrr',... \t-. II ""\0..11.
Itiu l ril r ni furnNhrd '" oa
tween April 10 and :\Iay4 as George Glisson Thomas Anderson. damaged bloom a couple of week I5ue! New Seat Cover-! \\ ..II.... strrrf m':UNMNI. ('....bl \. J. IkumaxJS5 I

and Glen Moore, school Safety ago. Growers report very littk and Turn Signals Trmplrr.. r......' a'.ISark. :
Put Off follows: itwill 'I i.., brd ri.iiin biimr. 1 1/3 a land. .
Why 'Ii Patrol boys who worked from 7': 'I bloom now left on plants and modern eiintrnirnrm. 313 ten ., Floridahtp t

Theressa. April 10 7:30 p.m., a.m. until after midnight helping I I be several weeks before 1953 Chevrolet .nnlaur ..n *Iaie lluad htMl, 5.3,-

i Childs Store. i traffic and handle the .. can be expected ,IIJ.IMI.FLORIDA. IAoT-- hed ".:t'h"f H" ,
direct heavy production I' 10" "
Needed Repairs Paint Your House 2-Dr. Ivory Light ... .
over I f| '.11 Il.11..1 1 \w ,
7:30 ;
New River. April 13. : pm..j I crowds at the stadium during tho again. Some growers believe :hat IMue. New Seat REALTY CO. I t I' 'UM-. |I.ht.-r. i ., ', _

Community Building.Heilbronn : outdoor portions of the days' ac last week will prove to be tho"peak" Coversand Of Starke ,: tort f. 111Idr.,11'.1' ,)', lH <. ,
Add Room Screen Porches Turn i '.1-1. ,
a April 17. 7:30 p.m.. tivity.In production of a dsip- Signals I "I..k.'p.
".U) _\nd.. .. >. \*. II. Sfwtl,
Heiibronn School Building. extending the appreciationof pointing seasonAmerican Others \. J. 1..ma"J \\ -\XTtII-I"IIII.1 I;1 i.:, . :
BUILD A r.lUGEDD. A HATH! INCLUDING :, To Choose: From ::': Irmplr .\,... Irirpbuar 3MMarkr. : <<'id glass d'.r <,:ill : .. -". TeL
20, i.tO the school and the Florida I
Graham. April p.m. Florida 'dbinet. Thiin. 2JT-U a r '..
FIXTURES SEPTIC TANK WATER: : Rivers Filling station i Bandmasters. Thompson said that Legion Visit our Show Room and ; a. z.on Hux 411. Stark :: .: .. .
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SYSTEMS ALL REPAIRS AND REMODELING Lawte '. April _-I. 7.30: p.m.I bands are a community success see the Complete Line of I ,. \. ",i ah I :.... fta hab"l. I FOR hKXT'i'J '" r.r tI
Market Platform. and credited the people of Starke i The regular American Legion :, ...;... I"' x 20' I".ncr..t.. sleeping l with kt. '' -. :' 1;" ,
LABOR AND ,I and Bradford County with a large '1 Post 56 meeting scheduled for IJeautiful Motoramic Chevrolets i,!li>, i k >1..11" -iy 1,1)" ) ileep well I t to w uorkmc la>l\ A 0. .
Hampton. April 27. ':':30 p.m. i for ';56."Ot'R ) .,''Mii., !: e" property I'ri'-e $7306:; I from'hn-tian i'i- >
MATERIALS I I share in the top honors; won by Tuesday. March 27 will\ be held .'I h.'."'if- t,-riiSTHOL'T I it t IK, i I II
Hampton School Building. the DHS bandCaution 'on Monday. March 26. at 7:30: : p il.TV. : .l'lirie! ilansen Rep I
Brooker. May 1, .:3J p.m.. I I ,.: f Kl ,ridi I'h Waldo I FOR !'ALI--I.t.nrr H ", .. !hr, .
m. The Cristiani Circus sponsored SERVICEPAYS H'' > '-t' ;.1_llrhg I hedruf.m" ,,i- i .i- ..up"I ;
.\Applications Our Office No Obligation Farmer's Market I large I lot.N 1..1'-,0 .."
by: the local post ia; being: pre- 'I :r 0
Starke May 4, 7:30 High Urged DIVIDENDS" i.I ,!'1'- lI"ra r.Miinel gla bef. Clear log co'.t. .'..>. nj.' .1T .1 It" ..
p.m. sented on Tuesday.: March 27;. I'..'-' !f.1m.. \\VdiiesdiV. Keirr 'I "\>'r p.tvmi-nt. I"> alIT( .....n. I.,
School Athleic Field. With Fire In Woods necessitating: the "Change rb'. ; t > Newspdprr 'iffiee. Keujrd 1: "' nlI'hon- 4J1VIU. l' hjr

Check the date for your town date Itp !
-- and make it a point to attend. Thousands of dollars are goingup \\ \:TIlTra'' t.r work most any farm w:th Inc 6.r'"'rn h .'.-.. .1..i'rf.- I

-RKE BUILDERS This is your chance to meet tho daily in smoke as woods fires k.MI: \I" the hour J. B White. I one S-room houlistht, ,i'.l w tfr -
I" :1' i.trke 2tp 3,10 Kr'.n' "n hl'ghwtv ;j-
SE.RVICE candidates. hear their views on con'inue to mar the landscape! "f> I
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pressing issues and ask quest Bradford County. The pun.,. : \v \\TKIi-Itiile: : ) 't'i and from Jark- I ?tp 4 f
'BUILDERS ': ?n\ile, dally. 7am 430 ,
tions asked! to be 'Ir.r,,rK
, particul.iriv (.or. Call and Court Struts Mui. !!>- I'a'lBctt EOT 4. I. wtey. Fop. !'I.\r.F-'H' f"ir rt-,"r f ,. ,
Each candidate will bcd g\'n > "I' b :---nor trash; "r n- -u.1in. .. Itp 3.0 ""''' --hali- n .-' '., !U 1 1I .' 'TI', I

r ? 4&J1J.ttt! A.l.Aqid i">itf-d t'liie for h" ilk .; tretto nr ma' ;'ie' HI' Starke, Fla \Y' r ..1.... !'o... ,.a..1 '.r I '' ..' I' r |
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ANNUAL GUIDE Bradford County Telegraph *

These friendly Firms Appreciate Your Business.

DIRECTORY for 1956 May we ask that you show your appreciation by

keeping this section for a Shopping Guide.Every .

article on this page is paid edwertnq; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
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I Moran's Service-Fyr-Fyter Extinguishers-COz Recharging Moore's Auto Parts-Used &: New I
Jacksonville Fla. Jacksonville. Fla.

KVR-KYTER EXTINGUISHERSand complete re-charging service and the state. I Moon Auto Farts is owned and and models It carries a completeline
CO-2 Recharging is the one general maintenance on all types You will find their salesman and operated by "Red Moore," .ho'' of Guaranteed parts both for
service and equipment that every I and makes. representatives courteous and will- buys all types of wrecked arid : cars and trucks at reasonable
home and business in this area No home business establishment and advise to' junked cars For used auto You
or ing to help you as jour prices may need a fender, apiece
should have for their own protection !! should be without some form what equipment is best suited to parts needs go by 6955 Chickasaw : of chrome or some part for
against fires. They have Fyr- i of firm protection apparatus. This fit your individual needs and re- in Jacksonville, or phone EVer- your car or truck. Go to see them.
Fyter Extinguishers that have rid- :|I firm seeing an opportunity to be quirements. Their one endeavor is : green 8-3149 I They have it. they buy wrecked,
den over one million miles on i of service not only to home makers to supply you with the best in protection I This wrecking company is a .1 and burned cars and trucks. They
nicks that are still in perfect con- ', but business men as well have for your home or business; 20th Century Economy to the have good used radios for automobiles -
ditun to do an extinguishing job. | equipped their establishment with at the most reasonable prices; this '! automobile owners in this and sur- \'I gas and hot water heaters,
Contact Moran's Service at 972 !, the best in fire extinguishers and they have done. We highly recom- 1 rounding sections. This economy is underseat and dash mounted heat-
Orr Ct phone RA 4-3273 I| accessories, and they have equipped mend them to all our readers for :! made possible because of the volume ers for your car. Radiator cores In
This firm are suppliers of the fin- 1 themselves to furnish a service complete service and dependable! of business they do. and be- fact everything to rebuild your entire -
st in home and business fire pro- i; second to none in this section of quality. cause you do not have to buy anew truck or car

Action equipment, they feature a I part every time something goes Whether you need tires, tubes,
-- wrong, for here you can buy clean I rims, ,
bearings axle
I pistons .
illiam & Mable Goolsby Convalescent : used parts at a great saving. j wheels cylinder heads, motors or

11IIII. Home Jacksonville Fla. From their wrecked and used i whatever it may be they have ,
1"lliam I I cars, you can very often get a practically IT. Go by and see for yourself
\ and Mable Goolsby. Conseent serious illness it Is fortunate that convalescent home has be e n t new part and in many cases i the hundreds of used parts.
Home, 402 and 418 E there are organizations such as this the choice of so many people i the parts are hardly broken-in. In ( We are pleased to give this public -
I1v9.1l. phone EL 4-9505; caters to one which specializes in the care The surroundings are ideal; the !, this case your parts are as good as spirited Company mention in
Aged and Infirmed and Senile and treatment of elderly, aged, convalescent staff well trained; the rooms are : new ones, and their prices are always ;i this friendly Business Guide For
Specialists in Cancer. Heart and and bed-ridden patients. well furnished for each patient and right. I I here you will! be given "A SQUARE
Paralysis Cases. The Dinsmore This convalescent home is under for those who are bedridden, or' This firm is a dealer in Used 1 DEAL AT ALL TIMES"
Home for the aged at Dinsmore, 'I the direction of people who have walking, nurses are on duty round Auto and Truck parts for all makes
Fla. us under same managementand : made this service the clock to take care of their {
operation.. work and can be depended I I every wish healthy diet baths '1. Hygema House Movers Inc. Jacksonville Fla. I

This Nursing Home is a convales- ; upon to provide more Individual each day for each patient. Indeed' Hygema House Movers Inc has' The
men in the
cent home for aged and invalids ., service at a moderate cost { it is a home for the aged and convalescent ',I been serving this area for 28 years firm are all skilled employ workmen of with tillS

and Is State approved.Few We want to call your special attention as expert house movers. They will } years of experience to give
of us ever stop to realize to this convalescent home I j This area is indeed fortunate in I I move your house anywhere on complete assurance that you

that someday we will grow old, or ;which takes great pride in the having an institution of this na- I land or sea, also Foundations. Underpinning j building will be moved in the safest your
someday we might be in need of a service that they and their capable ture in its midst and we unhesitatingly I and Raising is a specialty ': passible manner. Their charges are
quiet place to convalesce. Since Staff are rendering in this area. I recommend to our readers I They also buy and sell buildings | most reasonable, so if you are in
many people cannot afford the cost !!, There are several reasons why this I the services of this nursing home. j I of all types For expert M.TV-, need of house moving don't hesitate -
of remaining In hospitals following I lice phone POplar 4-9509. PO 4-0408'i ii about calling this dependable
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Do It Yourself, Inc.Do Jacksonville, Fla.this :!655, W. Bay Station; location 553JIMoncnef : contractor.firm are recommended The services by contract of this-

It Yourself, Inc., in is busi- W. Beaver St., in Jacksonville is your situation you will be ,' Rd, Jacksonville J I t t tors and builders throughout thisi
ness to save you money on any type phone ELgin 5-4S19. Ample Park- 'I surprised at how reasonable you This modern house moving con- 'i i I section, and all work is guaranteed
of floor covering work. They do ing Space. I can put your new floor down.. hen tractor specializes in a complete j jI !;': to meet their standard of specifi-
none of the contract work themselves If you have a little industrious. you deal with this firm. 1 service, which consists of house cations.
but are equipped with all ability and would like to save your Do It Yourself is under manage moving house leveling house shor- You will find the members of
the necessary machinery, suppliesand i self some money on your floor cov- ment who understands your needsin t i ing and house raising and they also ,. this firm courteous at all times and
equipment to do any flooringor 1 ering work, this company can show flooring materials and aCCeSsories build new foundations for restora- 'j j willing to help you with all your
tiling job. All of this equipmentis you how and furnish you with and they are always glad to tion service. i problems in this line. It is with
at your disposal through their the finest material. Do It Yourself give you complete instructions and j I They are equipped to move any I pleasure that we are permitted to
convenient rental service. In stock offers an outstanding economy to advice on how to accomplish any type of commercial or residential : call your attention to the special
they carry a complete line of floor the people of this section. You can flooring job. building, whether it be wood I services rendered by this concern
coverings, including: Vinyl Plas- always get the finest in linoleum We are glad to recommend this \ structure or stucco to any desired and to recommend them on everyI
tic Floor Tile, Asphalt Tile Rubber and flooring material and all the public spirited firm to all of our 'location in this section using only I occasion where house moving, lev-
Tile and Coronet Plastic Wall Tile, necessary materials for application. readers as a concern that can give the most modern equipment. to eling, raising shoring, or complete
also they have Rustoleum, the ma- There is nothing quite as dis- you outstanding values in flooring raise and move your building. 1: foundation work is needed.
terial that prevents metal from I tracting as a shabby floor, and if materials. -------- ----- __ ___n __'. --- -- _

rusting. They are located at 2177 I I I W. G. Suttles Decorators Jacksonville... -Fla.--. I

I I INTERIOR DECORATORS. charge of the decorating of
I Cushman Scooter Sales and Service Jacksonville Fla. I I DraperiesSlip Covers Uphol-: home, apartment, church, club or
"Clubman Motor Scooters" have j "Cushman Eagle and the Cushman I j companies to use in pick-up and I stering. CABINET MAKERS -j hotel. They will give you an ideaas
supplied a broad scope of serviceto Truckster mode!." delivery of cars. Furniture Carpets Refmishmg. to the future appearance or will
the users whether used in business The famous "Cushman Truck The Cushman "Eagle" offers you 'I II ANTIQUES RESTORED at be glad to offer suggestions along
or pleasure Cushman Scooter I[I ster" is now being presented to the the latest in motoring pleasure and W G. Suttles Decorators, located j, with any ideas you may have.
Sales & Service is located at Cor- : public in the latest development in performance. It is fast and economical j I at 245 Riverside Ave, phone ELgin i You wouldn't think of building a
ner ol Clay and State, M8-S20 Clay 'I' motor scooters. It is designed for a 1 1 to operate and is used for I 4-5IS9. Often mentioned over I, home without an architect, and
and maintain a most complete variety of uses including pickupand both business and pleasure. It WJVB Broadcasting Station Old proper planning of your interior
parts department and repair service delivery and industrial plant I saves you money every day you !i Time Trading Post. I decorating is just as important. Why
Anyone in this area can ordera use "Cushman Truckster" has a I use it, you get up to 50 miles per I Ii i They are interior decorators of not consult one who knows, as they
part by "number" and have it I pay load capacity and has three i, hour and 80 to 90 miles out of a': outstanding ability and to all our i i are able to meet all competition as
sent COD They also have many !' wheels three forward gears and gallon of gas. I I I readers we say: "Consult them for to quality and price?
good buys in used Cushman Scooters reverse and has auto type trans- May we suggest that you go in''i gracious living." 'I They are excellent judges of an-
Phone ELgin 4-1182. mission and rear end. It is completely soon and investigate this low cost I I Select your drapery and uphol- tiques and offer complete services
This firm is the authorized fac- : shaft driven and has an all transportation and you will learn I stery from their complete line of'j'I jof repairing and refinishing. For
tory distributor and dealer for a metal pick-up body that comes in why "Cushman Scooter" users are exclusive fabrics. j I Ii preserving the art of the bygone
complete line of Cushman Motor \i a variety of colors. A tow bar at- boosters. ;i This firm was established for the ]; days they repair any piece in the
Scoot r products: including the tachment makes it ideal for motor I i purpose of serving with quality, and 'furniture line in a manner that
-- I j has made for itself a splendid reputation would do justice to the original
E Edwin L. Barton-Painting & Decorating Jacksonville Fla. as artists of rare ability. producers themselves.

Edwin L. Barton has been serving technical problems of the business on the job supervision, spells a per-:i They are prepared to take complete
this area since 1915 with ex- !( and their business has increasedyear I fect job every time. --- --
ix-rt Painting and Decorating I after year until today they Give them a call, they will be'' Demetree Realty-Mortgage & Loans = I ID'metree
work including all types of spray are one of the leaders in the trade. glad to submit an estimate with
Jacksonville Fla.
painting and waterproofing. They They employ master painterswho out obligation and help you in I I'I Reat .. located
artht fused and bonded and guar- are thoroughly competent and the planning of your color schemes, at 1056 acted from their offices In Real Es-
Hendniks Ave, in Jal'ksonville- | tate, theirs
ante all of their work For com- under the supervision of the man- 'I or color combinations for any being one of the most
Buys, Sells and Trades property of' attractive firms
pl<'ti' information phone ELgin : agement all work Is done as con- paInting Inside or out. Remember engaged in this
all types Prompt attention is al- : line of business.
4.,)-- .H Location 122: W 11th St in tracted and is directed so as to they use only the best materials, They have a keen
ways given to the sale of your i sense of values and
.Ial'k..on\"lll.'. pass their inspection and lasts for I give prompt and courteous servIce '' always guard
I To list with them the
I property phone interest of their clients.
maintain the highest qual- I at all times.
They ;, years. '
EX 8-9701, or for Mortgage Loans Their
Ity workmanship on Homes, Apart- The equipment is of the best and When you are ready for your next knowledge of the business
ments, Churches, Clubs, Office is handled in a most orderly and : paint job, remember they are leading or opinions enables them to give you the right
They feature a complete. REAL advice value .
Buildings Stores, Factories and In- systematic manner, and along with citizens of this part of the on and can immediately
I service and are offering in
dustrial work in painting. this equipment you get the best State and have been responsible 11 {, cases, supply at once
to this section of the :
| country just the right location for
Their efficiency and knowledgecomes in service, paint and supplies. Good no small degree for the attractiveness I you, one
through the combined experience'of | that has value
from having mastered the paint, service and equipment, plus of buildings in this section. and they also can
the affable
heads of the
very steer you right on the possibility of
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_ -Iron Works-Ornamental Iron Jacksonville Fla. Company a valuable public service the future increase. Some of the
and are ready and willing to serve largest returns on investments have
LdwrtyIron Works is backed byi ern ornamental iron products. added to your home by their modern you In full capacity caring for your been properties bought on their good
\i experience Welding andi If you are planning on the installation ornamental iron work and It' needs. judgment and capable advice. In the
i > :ituii<>ntal Iron Work They can of any ornamental iron will give you a life time of enjoy-1 This firm features a complete Real Estate business there are
', ;IK- and install Steel Stairways and don't know just where to go ; ment and pleasure. We wish to service in sales residential and commercial properties that will make you many a
pit x'. kind For jour needs in this for the best, then let us recom- recommend this modern firm and Real Estate. They specialize handsome return if purchased and
,. .matt them at 4053 Libertyi mend this reliable firm to you for their products to all our readers. I in farms and many times can held for progress to increase their
i I' KsoOlle. phone ElginThey complete service at very reasonable This firm will design ornamentaliron make satisfactory trade arrangements value.
r>.l>_11"4 prices. Their complete installation for you or will build from 'i on properties-city and farm By the nation as a whole it is
are manufacturers and fabricators service assures you of a job well your plans and will be glad to';i or rural properties in a way that common knowledge that the best
of hand wrought and gen done. Their men are all trained manufacture any special design i 1, makes a very equitable deal for all estate is "REAL ESTATE." It lJ our
uine New Orleans cast iron. This and equipped with modern and up- I''1 submitted to them. So if you want concerned. ,, basic capital worth for value, and
firm will supply you with porch to-date equipment to render )'ou' the best in ornamental iron work'1 They have made It a business from this our yery existence. It is
pillars, grills, balconies, hand rails, 'the finest service. I Ii |I at reasonable prices call on this i' practice at all times to have at hearti t citizens like the heads of this firm
fare e .-apes! and other lines of mod- Your neighbors will envy the'j modern firm for complete service. i the interest of the general public. I we owe much of our progress to.
dignified ilmplicity and charm''I i A largo volume of business Is trans- I

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I Avera's Tops & Cabinet CompanyQualityFormica Beaver St. Molding & Trim Co. Jacksonville Fla.IVavir I

Fabrication Jacksonville Fla. S' :Molding & Trim! ell' h is been long considered a.s one of' established: trade out!, \r-: :

tipp'y -:,'rYlhIlU;; in t!:1.> u.IY o! the leading places of this section throughout this sut.o-; I.'. >

A\ r.i's Tops and Cabinet Comp buoini.ss i.; a permanent investment Trim Moldings Poor.Scr.en fur their products Their millwork i i learned that it pay to tr.u.. '. ., .

lly is an independent concern l'nha.1l.mg'dlu: ,' and usefulness Door, and Windows. Sash and Millwork and trim products are in great demand courteous service and q.. .. .. I.. .'

fabrl' sting Formica tops of unsur- Contractors and builders of., by lumber companies con- tenals are a must anti 1.111 .\ ,

pac-f d quality for residence and A cordial invitation is extended this area have made it a habit of':: tractors and builders of this area. be depended upon to !,. ; .>

bus!nc.-.-. Sink tops kitchen countertops to cabinet shops, contractors home making this headquarters for trim, ,[' They have'come to know that all ordered.

and bathroom vanitories are owners, and home builders to come doors sash screens and millwork. ': their products are well milled run The heads of this frn. .11<. : .:

Avora specialties for the home Avera's and get all information the place they always get quality; : good according to grade and meet employees are personalvi!: : -

store (counters bar tops, table tops. concerning the many ways For- materials courtesy and good price 'i the standards and specifications of ed in you and guard your tnt : stand

md restaurant furnishings are mica can be used in modern cabi- consistent with quality. There are architects: and builders of this their reputation Tilt y ir

Awra's specialties for commercialuse nets and building programs. They : many allied lines too. handled by i| part of the state leading citizens of the lonim'.i'itv

All tops, are manufactured In can help you plan a modern kitchen '' this enterprising firm. See them at !; Large shipments of doors. window therefore, we feel a few wonof

the shop by skilled workmen: using and bathroom that will be up- r.291V.. Beaver St., phone Etfi31 \' units screens and windows. ''praise are in order Throne!. Mv

only the finest quality plastic materials to-date, practical, and beautiful for l moldings and millwork leave their medium ct this frier.il Ii. .: ". i" ,

All! patterns and colors of the lifetime of your home. Cabinets This molding and trim company plan daily routed to their many are cordially invited to 1'1.\ : .. .

Formica are available, and tops are supplied according to visit. J

are custom built according to cus- customers' specifications of either -- ._. ---- .
toner's specifications, at 582 Nixon natural wood or the painted va- t' Satchwell Electric Construction Co., Inc. Jacksonville Fla.

Street. phone Evergreen 7-G764. riety. All tops and cabinets are Satchwell Electric: ConstructionCo wiring. Thru their years of experience recommend this progressive firm

Formica's increasing popularity available in colors and patternsto Inc has been serving this in this field of work they have of electrical contractors to al> our

i.s a result of its unsurpassed durability meet your requirements. ', area since 1017 featuring Indus gained experience that will solve readers, for service that ;you :anj
usefulness and beauty. It Avera's aim is customer satis-
trial. Commercial and Kesitlcntiali your every electrical need. depend on, and you can rest assured -
resists chipping, cracking staining faction; they stand behind their
electric contracting work. also Pole If you are planning to build a that the job will be don]
and decay. Presenting no work. The products and services Line Construction Call thl'lIfor home commercial rightIf
maintenance problem, it is cleaned of this firm are such that it af- or buildingof
service and estimates. All work IS it will to are occupying ]
type you a building
any pay you con-
fords much to
with damp pleasure
by simply wiping a us
guaranteed for one yrar They arc sult with this firm and get their or old structure and the wiring 1.t
loth. Years of constant use will readers of this Friendly Guide and
located at 2922 Old St. Augustine advice the giving trouble will want
on proper wiring and you you tj
all their services and
not mar its beauty, as color and Directory to
jlld.I rhone FLanders 9-1613 : fixtures that will satisfy you know about a qualified contract
pattern cannot fade or rub off. products. !I j I This firm of residential and Commercial after the job has been completed We suggest you call this firm afj
Formica in the home or place of I
., : electrical contractors .spe Often we pay all too little atten- leave the rest up to them for they
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cialize in complete wiring for commercial tion to this important part of the are prepared to wire any type of
I J. H. Wolf, Jr.-Concrete Construction- and residential buildings, I construction of any building. As a building. For the best in electrical

Structural Concrete Jacksonville, Fla. '' and are equipped to give you the '.'result we are risking a lot of contracting work remember this

latest advice and information on money and material in a job that modern electrical service.
11 WoifJr ('onrn.tConstru..:- for commercial and industrial
problems pertaining to electrical is not to specification. We wish to
t I" builds all types of industrial needs. The enterprise is under the n _____ __ __- .
mil Kiiunurcial concrete forms ;I careful supervision of a management ,'Consolidated Jalousie & Awning Co. I
and structural concrete: work. This that is considered an authority Jacksonville,. FI1-
is (.ii< of the major services a\'ail-I j in every phase of structural Consolidated Jalousie & Awning at .".(Mo, Pearl St at lilth! or phone friends will admire. Their lasting

abl. in the! contracting field to j, concrete building and con- Co. handles everything in the way Elgin 5eltJ.k days and on quality: will: make your investment

bu.s'mi-s and industry of this area.. j struction. ', of Jalousies Aluminum Awnings Sunday phone POplar .HI'.117. +j one of the best investments you
concrete and Vertical Blinds They have The awnings offered by this concern can ever make. They are used not
:M .ti.y of the large projects I In the civic development of this
in this part of the state hash part of the state, this firm has just recently had their grand opening are really built to give you a only for doors and window--, but

n handled by this enterprising I j taken a most important part. They and their one endeavor is to life-time of enjoyment, they are the'! patios and car ports as1>11
make ;your home more beautifuland most rigidly constructed on thl"mark't. Your call will
Linn located at 2C.67 Rossvllcc. ]i have won a great preference bring a courteous
phoi LV 7-5811. I ITh'y in competitive bidding on concrete comfortable Their Flexalum It's what you don't see representative to ;your home or
Vertical Blinds offer you the new that is b-Jilt and constructed to give business to give you free estimates
commercial concrete construction and jobs for
are ]I many
look for windows. All of their this life-time
you service. The frame and Information regarding these
< tint ntl'tlr of outstanding ability miles around are everyday ('xamIll's .
awnings are custom made to suit !'s built using a special method lovely awnings. Their
who li needs and
'' your are rust proof which out lasts most every other most reasonable, the work is topsin
im, up of this section of the state. commercial concrete Jalousies '
are ideal for making enclosures type. quality, and we feel will
To( tin in must be given a large concrete structure built by this and you
can be changed at Ideal for home or business, these enjoy doing business with this
par! ui the credit for the many firm is ;your assurance of the highest :
ventilate or closed to heat at a awnings present an appearance of modern Aluminum Awning concern.
stn.i' tares and commercial buildups quality material engineered to
:j turn of the wrist. Contact this firm architectual beauty that
to he seen throughout this suit the exact requirements of each your
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p.ii' nl the state. ': particular job. You will find that Sherman Concrete Pipe Co. Jacksonville. Fla. I
'I 1 his local concern offers a complete architects and contractors will refer -
Sherman Concrete Pipe Co. tile. When you buy your pipe from this section with their concrete
and) satisfactory service(' in them to ;you for complete and pip
the. tvpe of building construction reliable serviceI located at 971 Baker in Jacksonville this concern, you know that there from the standpoint of uniformity,
---- phone ELgm 4-2x.-<>. will be but one construction job because they have spared nothing

Weber's Poultry Co.-Wholesale Jobbers This firm is a concrete pipe supplier required and that the first cost is .. in the way of installing modern
for every drainage purpose the last cost. equipment. At this plant ;you will
"Colonial Brand" Jacksonville, Fla. and there is no finer product than All of the reinforced concrete I always; get uniform reinforced

Colonial Brand" POULTRY, SI'f\'i"I' To supply the retail market concrete pipe for sanitary sewers, pipe supplied by this firm meets concrete pipe because the best materials

011- ,hill. d In Weber's Poultry Co. ': built! up l>y this jobber, means well curbing, storm sewers driveway the specifications of architects and are put into their manu-
culverts and drain field con- builders throughout. this section. facture; and their pipe Is made of
to .0 ir lot al retail Grocery Store. truck load after truck load of poultry -
struction work. This progressive Their pipe is in great demand by an aggregate properly mixed and
Sat|" r :Mark t or Butcher is one ; to their large areaserved
Dl ',,1\' h, ,t known used and prei : in this section of the State establishment is the well known all who have used it: and is being manufactured by the latest and

i> .,01 brands of poultry. They are This volume of business created producer of excellent high grade used in every type of construction best process.
products which have come to be where permanency is foremost.. The ., We are glad to pay tribute to
UK twit at 840 Grady Street phone put large sums of money; in cir-
KL; ':1-5177. i culation which is an endless chain recognized as the finest type for people of this section have found this firm, and to point out to our

Th. r.' arc more brand conscioushu aiding in the property of this use in sewer construction work; their pipe to be the lowest cost to readers that a sincere desire to I
also their reinforced concrete pipe use in drain field constructionThis '' with
serve coupled enterprising
i-s today than ever before and section of the country not to mention -
tilt r.' arc more "Colonial Brand" the tremendous amounts of : will outlast all other types of drain firm has met the demands of methods is largely responsible for
hu:: rs than ever before. The uni- money paid to the growers of this their progressive standing.
lor.ii, freshness and quality main- select poultry that also aids farmers -
Eppi ll CoP -es I
geRus Treated Lumber
tan d right through by scientific and poultry raiSl'rs. i i

nutnl from grower to the con- "Colonial Brand" poultry users Jacksonville Fla.

.,'u i r is a result of years of re- have found it to be superior quality A- Russell ,
Epptnger handles pendable way. treated lumber not only defies rot.
-. .1'.1 and practical knowledge and fresh of
your a complete line of treated lumber, Their plant is equipped with but termites and common pests as
.nl from in .elating
a experience poultry good always.
including: Posts: Pylmgs. Cross well
modern machinery and expertly They maintain a large stockof
handling and processing. The procMIS There is no one firm or industry -
Arms and Poles. They are located trained men who are thoroughly treated lumber at all times to
'Colonial Brand" Poultry that is more worthy of men-
at 3717 Talleyrand Ave. in Jacksonville.
experienced in this important fieldof meet the demands of their fast
"s (1,1 I ot the nations' largest proc- tion in this Friendly Guide than .
phone ELgin 3-3123.: : trade.
work. have growing
"I s 11101| handlers of poultry this public spirited Jobbing Housenor They spared no ex-
The highly dependable treated pense in research and providing Their plant. is centrally located in
P. ho''sit'.c of the there food
T.:: u jobbers: !s any product used
lumber products of this concern are modern machinery and the latest an area convenient to serve this
1 IK '' ,11 poultry, "Colonial Rrand".i'liiiu in +he area that is better known
in demand by all who want the best and best known for
satis- entire
: the retail dealers of than "('..Imllal Brand'poultry. process section of the country. You
t.t .1"'t! ill best in quality and in treated lumber. Their modern factorily treating all grades of lum will find them prompt in supplying
process used in treating lumber is ber. your particular order whether it be

Forestry Equipment Co.-John Deere considered to be the latest development It is common knowledge to all, large or small. Remember, for the
I in this field. This firm has that, treated lumber outlasts ordinary best in treated lumber let us recommend -

Tractors & Farm Equipment Jacksonville Fla. satisfactorily served the lumber interest lumber by giving many more the products of th.i dependable -

,1-'. :I- E'IU1IHlJl'nt: Co. j4)-';'!' W.- Th':M. implements need no comment of this section in a most de years of satisfactory_. service. Their concern.
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I' phone E\ 9-6627. is the at all. Every farmer in the -

V.t ,1 John Deere Tractor entire country knows their line I

.. I. 01111I Implement dealer for and that it represents the most dependable -

i ii \'I1..t the state. They also quality. the. most. scientific -
!' "f '. .tunthe well known "Cat construction and the greatest

Ti i'l uits r and Cat Power | all-around efficiency. Furthermore ,

Si.' Chit are so broadly known they; know that this implement line

I- d in this area. They are has been one to reckon with In Southern
Monument .
.:' ..' 1- i.t llomehte and I E F the farm implement business for

i': ."1 S i\\ .' Dealers for Frick .I many ;years and that it has at-

.-- : '::i.!- and Edgers. They serv- tained its present supremacy !

-> thing they; sell. :through having stood the severe I
\\lii.. tiny have been in busi- test of time. I
t., y have built a large and This is a farmer's headquartersand

.r,. .!!?' trade from this section is a center for the people i

." isafe to assert that the when driving to town. The very
: en .mol! business is probably as best of service is given the people 4500 MainJacksonville ;

v M J It noun among the farmers from the surrounding country. If

i rnh,'rnit n in this section of you do not happen to know the I

\:1.. ,t.- that of any other Htni management;: of this place drop in''
:'. .. tai hiiiiiu'nt in the nearby and get acquainted for they are
ar'i 1 utu.-- most hospitable '

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I Walker Vocational &: Commercial College- : Murray Motor Co. Inc.-Home of Good -- I

Colored Clientele Jacksonville Fla. Used Cars Jacksonville, Fla.1st .

Wit:;". Volitional & Commercial approved for teaching all branehis \peitive' field of business or vocational : Murray Motor Co. In<'_ has a owner. However the used car ...

t'..II, ,_' h is developed a most eom10 .. of their listed subjects. An investment i training and is closely <- 'large selection of New and Used business has developed now to an

p1 t, "fid thorough training program :''i of a few months time at this I: penised by the management u-I Cars to choose from You can al- important and necessary business

including instruction in : school will pay you big dividends I I In the history of this ways buy there and save They aiding both pleasure and businessto

ni.ii trades and vocations avail- i i in neping you to embark upon a I thousands of students from all j are located on the corner of Beaver be transacted. This Motor Com

atilt lii the young people of this lifetime career in whatever field parts of the state have completed ; and Pearl Sts. phone ELgin pany has a reputation through
,11'"In.: ., of the subjects taught:' you select. I their pursued courses of studies. | 4-2711: or ELgin 6-0820 their many years of dealing with

art BIISIIII ss Administration, Sec- They offer individual ad'ancei i The instructors in this collegeare This is a firm which has gaineda ( the public as a dependable and reliable -
n-turi.il, Radio and TV courses \ ment. unexcelled equipment and patient and thorough teachers I j{ splendid reputation in a large firm.

Lpholstering, Tailoring Dressmaking | personalized instruction by a staff I thoroughly trained in their sub-: part of this Section of the Coun- When you have a car to sell or

,' .Miaiitj Culture Barbering and of specially trained teachers and jects 1 j I try for the dependability of their trade you may depend on their full
li: \ h'ran Approved and both day Ii instructors The training at this I The subjects selected and taught. offering in good used cars. Each appraisal and they will tell you

end nxnt classes are conducted college has helped qualify their I at this college are fast growing in j and every car they offer repre- : about what you can rightfully ex-
I.o. n. i\ ,It 1832 N. Ave.pnon ..
students for top paying positions popularity and are assisting indus- sents fully as much Dollar for pect in service from any car they

EL 4-3453. I in whatever field of study they try in obtaining personnel for adi i Dollar value as many new cars, I, have to offer you but there i.s one

Tin modern college will prepare selected. vacing business and industry. You!i and oft times much more than I thing for sure "YOU CAN DEPEND -

yin, ,. either a business or pro- I The over-all program has been are cordially invited to go in and many of the new cars put out to- ON THEIR SERVICE

fesuu.c areer, depending on what I set up by specialists in their re- discuss your training program i j day. Many who feel the necessity GUARA1\ F.E,"

ub). ,n course you select. It is I I I of having more than one car in the Convenient terms are made, and

-- - -- -- family, or business buy these used In the sale of their cars an Interest

cars for their second and third car. in the purchaser's satisfaction is
harton Travel Service Inc. Jacksonville Fla.
Early transactions in used automobiles I maintained at all times. They will

For in Foreign and.meat j were made at very great: be able to give you sound advice
: throughout this section for fine'1I service to customers and friends. I
i. Travel contact Wharton |I service to the public as a whole. i ii You will find your dealings with i risk to the purchaser for they on your automobile sales and purchase -

1\'W Service Inc., 22 Julia St". in i i but are extensively known for their them both pleasant and profitable 1 were sold then entirely "as is," and I problems.
''I, in the same condition as it left the
.som'IIl' or phone ELgin extreme courtesy and willingness to TJu' customers are always
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I Hyde Park Nursery Jacksonville Fla.an
This agency renders a much appreciated many patrons and the public in available from a tour, and that att .
and necessary service by general. no added cost to the traveler. Hyde Park Nursery is located at' important industry By this

aiding and making travel arrange- 'I Always forseeing the needs of You are extended a most cordial :I C609 Hyde Grove Ave in J.1ckson-1 means, plants and flowers tan be

ments for their clients and patronson their traveling public they make welcome to pay this Travel Agency ville, phone EVergreen supplied to those people who have

cruises, tours and independenttrips. I arrangements in advance so that 'a visit and get first hand all the t, They are wholesale growers and' neither the time place, nor means

They assist in making all those "little things" that make the information about whatever cruise, shippers of Azalt'as, Came lias, Sas-' by which to grow them At this

travel arrangements at no additional 1 customer's trip more enjoyable in tour or trip you contemplate mak- i; anquas Trees and Premier Peat I II j progressive Nursery a wide variety

cost to you. a general way, has established for ing in the near future. It is a genuine t 1 I Moss I of evergreens, perennials orna-

They are authorized agents for all them a genuine leadership In this pleasure for us to recommend ,.t Indoors and outdoors flowers satisfy t mental trees, azaleas cameleas

Domestic and International Airlines :1 field, a leadership that embodies this well known Travel Agency to our desire to beautify our sur- '!i etc., are offered for your selection

Steamship Lines and Bus Companies sincere desire to contribute a real our readers and invite you to go in roundings and to express our sentiments : They are thoroughly familiar with

They are not only known I I and get acquainted. I: This, Nursery is looked to | the soil conditions in this section

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I the finest in plants shrubs, and suited for any particular spot in
Glenn E. Tree Service Fla.
Scheerer-Expert Jacksonville '
trees: their main interest being to''Ii your lawn or garden

Glenn E Schcrrer has been in sponsible, in no small degree for who want thE''Pry best in tree i' help beautify jour home surroundings : It's a pleasure for us to refer our
Through their of : readers to this for
tr. rc ice work since 1928 and the attractiveness of some of the care and you will find that they years experience Nursery any type
as nurservmen they have!loi that is desired Call them
has tan working in this area finest trees in this section.. : can serve jour needs better and
sin ., 1 VH6: under his own name This firm is highly experiencedin : cheaper and we advise all our been instrumental in the beautification ::I for information and advice on your
of the different and flower
sin c I'Ml! His services include in important field of service readers' who are in need of a tree many plant needs and they
lawns, plant and flower gardens i assist with courteous
Tr ,' Tin Tree Preserving Fer- and they employ only well trained expert to call on this reliable tree mi I,always serv
this area because of their practical ice.
tihm t toll and Tree Diagnosis. He men to serve jour needs. They specialist for the most dependablework ;
is !'o, lit il at 524 Woodbine in Jackson i have modern equipment to completely at all times knowledge of nursery plants j This Nurseris Opt n at ill
I I : The raising of plants for com- times
ill. phone ELgin 6-5212. | handle every phase of tree We are pleased in this edition of
mercial has into
Tm, tree services offered by this surgery, and trimming. | the leading business concerns of'this purposes grown _ __ __
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on rn is guaranteed and all work Their services are available not section to call special attention -
Bay Electric Co. Fla.
iv oM-red by insurance for jour only to home owners but to to this firm of tree service Jacksonville,

proti, tion You are invited to call churches cemeteries and institu- experts, their list of satisfied easterners Day Electric Co has been serving courteous and efficient service.In .

them bout your problems pertaining : tions of all kinds, as well as town. is the only recommendation this section since 1930 featur-j i i reviewing briefly the leading

MI modern tree care. Their aden city and county properties. Their necessary, giving you the finest : ing electric motor rebuilding and'i., firms of this and surrounding SeC-

Ins helped many to have service is in demand by all those in workmanship at the most repair They arc located at Jt N tions, we are glad to refer this

In iiiiiiui! trees and they are re- reasonable prices possible.Bill's : Cathrmo in Jacksonville. phone company to all our readers as a
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ELgin 6-1271. vital factor in the upbuilding and

I Take your electric Motor prob- i further expansion of this part of
Starter & Generator Shop-Batteries Jacksonville Fla.
: lems to this well known electrical': the State, for they assure you of

because of well done there brant h Motor Service. They haws served ';keeping the wheels of industry roll-
Hill Starter and Generator of many a new unit is as is no (
Slum located at 5136 Old Kings their satisfactory service. They of this work that they have ov' 'r- this section of the State for many ing.
I The is i All work done this well
years. management an au- by
II. .nt! phone EL 3-6363. Specializesin also have new and rebuilt starters looked
I electric motors of known firm is able
.omplcte Generator, Starter, 'and generators for sale. I In the repair department they thority on every supervised by
,'description.. You rest assuredof Electrical engineers and assistants.
Dat!, \. and Electrical service> for j Through this section this concern have able and efficient workmen may I
I' a square deal when doing bus it They sell buy and exchange these
th ii' and truck owners of this' is known as auto electric repair which enables them to rewind, re- .1 t '
ness with them. No job is too small products There is a price and a
i i
ani This includes Voltage regu- headquarters This is the rea- i! build or repair auto electrical '
and none too large for them. Each size motor to meet the demand
In.,: s unl all work is fully guar- son they have attained a position : equipment regardless, of what your
'I patron always receives the same of industry or individual
attn "j I See them for a complete'j1m. 'in this trade that brings them an | trouble may be. every

A. Prints Photostat I
Atm El. (trie Parts I 1!! consequence the place is headquarters I to all of our readers as one Cogswell-Blue _Copies

1':11! outstanding business offers :'1 I in everything pertaining to I that meets all the demands of Jacksonville, l' la.

a nint comprehensive service in :j'Auto: F.llctriervil'c, For work of 1 present day auto electric complexity -
'! A n Cogswell has been serving are experts in their field! All out
11., : il repair work on Genera- this kind you will find they always I I and a firm you will always find '
this section in a most able way of town work is given prompt attention -
tn ,n d Starters, also winding give complete and! satisfactoryservice i courteous and willing to help you "
since lf 21 offering the finest in [ usually returned the same
ai, ', t i.ililmg in very short order. You solve all problems in this hn. I'
blue work located received
print They are day
1" havesaved the purchase can be sure when they do a job it I '
at 433 \V Bay St. in Jacksonville, | It is a pleasure for us to call
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phone ELgin 6-4271. I I your attention to this concern as

. Mock Welding &: Machine Works, Inc. Jacksonville, Fla. This company offers the very I one of the leading enterprises of
best of service in blue print. photocopy I this section

.1o. n WeldingMachine Works This is one of the best equipped and have your shop or machine go- and specialty reproductions !j jon They ha'e'on for themselves

It if's; a complete MachineSh Machine Shops in this sec- ing again if the parts can be repaired ('loth.film. and paper Here !. the reputation as the leading concern -

x. r\iee. doing all types of tion of the country. The services of this com- also will bo found a complete line :|i in this special field and we

mt :,t I i\ repairs; also their Cert Their specialty is keeping the pany are the best and their prices supplies and equipment for i|i point out the advantages of transacting -

t : \ Mt rs feature prompt Mn- wheels of industry moving and they have always been right. You will architects, draftsmen, engineers I 1 business with them

it i'i\vherc anj-time Some ofti render you the very best of service find that they serve with courtesy. and students, I I We highly recommend the"M' blul't -

i ,pi-i tallies include building If you have a breakdown on the do their work with accuracy and if You can depend upon this modern I t printers to l'ngint'l'r eir:>ftsm. n.

inilnrpcning: of well drillers job, phone and they will soon be on it will pay to have the broken part equipped blueprinting firm, for :I designers, contractors, or an.\on

i) oring of small blocks and the job and have jour machine in repaired there, if not, get their they have a staff of people who 'in need of prints or photo copies
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ir ',\I'll as cast iron.. They With the increasing demands on In making this Shopping Guidewe Harry's Pumps Sales and Service-Well I

i':teed! atISI May St.. in farms and industry, the services of wish to state that even with

,< ile". phone ELgin 4-5!\37, this well known machine shop be- many shortages this wellknownfirm Drilling Jacksonville, Fla.
The diversified interests of this comes more and more necessary is trying to serve you in the Hirrv's Pumps Sales & Sl'r\'il'I'' surance of the finest quality work.

firm makes it a company of invaluable each day and they are in a positionto way you like to be served. Due to IS a distributor for Flint & Walling They have at their disposal mod-

multiple services to the local give you that expert workmanship : the demands of the times they are Doming Jatuzri Mvers and ern well drilling equipment to com-

p. ,ipio industry and the farmer. on any part that is broken to be commended on their policj Crane Pumps: and service all plete your job .in record timesaving -
-- -- -- makes They offer complete well you money In labor and

. Jack Courtnay Piano Shop' Jacksonville, Fla. drilling and water system installations material Those of our readers who
They are located at 708 Glyn- : are In need of well drilling or

i Courtney Piano Shop of- pianos are the world's outstanding'I have always taken a personal pridein lea Rd. phone RAymond 462u i| water supply service, will find no

i ,' values in Spinets Stu- pianos of today and preferred by each and every piano sold. See this firm for complete and concern better equipped to handle

.i : i 4lus and Grands and be- most artists above any other makes Your child and in fact you reliable domestic, commercial, Industrial this very important work.

.,: their volume sales in new Being specialists they Insist that whole family will enjoy an addition and farm well drilling and The farmers and stock raisers r

p too. y have many good buys their stock not only be the best of a piano to your home, not Irrigation service. See them for the should realize the unquestionable

n pianos They are located constructed, but have the finest 'to mention the educational assetit I installation of pumps and com- value of this important service.

I' i ndruks Ave. in Jatk- tonal qualities available. The price will be to your children. This ,plete water systems. Every farmer knows the im-

1'11..n. EXbrook e-3o7. range can be afforded by the av firm has helped to broaden the When in need of anything in the portance of having at all times a

This firm can well be considered erage home owner, and that Is whj t interests of many into the musical! line of well drilling irrigation sufficient supply of fresh water.

piano headquarters in this com- so many of the pianos sold in this world.It pumps or water systems you can We can recommend this reliable

munity for they carry one of the section were bought from this con Is with pleasure that we recommend do no better than to contact them '' well drilling firm to the people of

most complete lines of world famous cern. this reliable dealer in fine They have long been noted for this section and if in need of well

pianos found in this sectionof The personnel of this firm know pianos to all our readers and suggest their dependable and up-to-date I I i I service of any kind contact them

the state.Considering. pianos and will sell only such : you stop in and see the large service; they have in their employ for free estimates and advice. We

quality pianos, this pianos as they can personally recommend selection of fine pianos they have only the most experienced and ,' take great pleasure In recommending -

firm U the first in pianos in this to their customers. The) 'to offer you. [ most capable men whose years of these well drilling experts to
i omi'i mity The names of their experience and study U your as- :i: all of our readers.erl .


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Annual Guide and Business
,ey .ev'e's 0" f'i5 page ;, PIA;: Averting: : ; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

J. G. Christopher Co.-Steel & Industrial Tolejon Pneumatic Co.. "Sealglas' Home InsulationTolejon ,,
I ..- .
Supplies Jacksonville Fla. Jacksonville, Fla.

leading manufacturers, machine Pneumatic Co arc inSU- This firm has the best that is to to 401 of the fuel and keeps that

suppa! ;> shops, lumber mills, cabinet shops lation contractors who have done be had in equipment for doing an intense summer heat out, mikes!

111< 'lIdmg bar and flat stork and and individuals depend upon this much in this area to make home Insulation job of the best quality. ;your house degrees cooler in sum
; and buildings more comfortable In ,, Their "Sealglaa" Insulation meets mer.
all typ. of Mill Equipment Someof firm for their equipment, machin- ;
their name brands include South ery, tools and supplies. They have;i addition to Blown "Sealglas" Home all the rigid requirements of all : Their "Sealglas" Insulation i. insect

K i:d Lathe Black & Decker learned to place complete confidence I Insulation, they do weatherstripping i: standards and is one of the best rodent and fire proof and ia

EkMnc Tools, and Smith Welding in the advice received from and install aluminum screens insulation mediums known to permanent, will last for ever and

Equipment They are located at them as to what equipment and They invite you to "Get Year- science for giving you j'('arroundI : it works the same with age aj

i1f L Day in Jacksonville, phone machinery will best serve their roun-1 Comfort and Lower Fuel comfort in jour home office and when new. So why not have this

ELgin: 3-''-'J61. Sep them for Goodrich needs. Cost See them at 1705 E. Adams other type buildmg.s They have insulated permanent comfort in jour homa

Mechanical Rubber goods. An- In addition this firm has a com- phone EL 3-9019. They have expert homes, industrial> and commercial and savings too. You pay with

t-lr I Beams Channels Steel plete parts department with re- < crews for application.This I buildings in ail directions losses if you don't have it. it may
rites! black and galvanized sheets placement parts for all types of firm is your authorized dealer Are you ready for both summer be listed as one of your necessities.
and applicator for "Sealglas" and winter comfort. You can save This insulating has dons
\t ire rope nails cold! roll steel. machinery for industrial, metal and company
shelving and linkers and many allied woodworking equipment They sup- 'I Home Insulation. ', fuel In winter and be comfortable i, many homes m your communityand

lines i ply most parts on a moment's notice Known throughout this section in hot weather just by giving this they will be glad to come to

This concern la a leading supplier for customers using their serv- of the State for their accurate and well known firm a call and having your home and give you a freai

of everything for mill, indus ice and equipment. This is a great dependable Insulation service 1' your house Insulated, it saves up I i estimate and advice on insulation

trial and machine shops They convenience to industry and aids 1 jobs.
in metal and woodworking materially in keeping the wheels'' -- -- -
machinery, power transmissions turning. Stormes Moving & Storage-Agents Wheaton Van Lines Inc. ..

material handling equip- It is quite fitting and proper in Jacksonville Fla.

ment, tools, and electric powered this Guide, that we pay tributeto Stormes Moving & Storage is service. They move ;you to or from lay in transit. Their trucks and!
tools hand tools and all of this valued and
types essential
serv- '
4( the authorized agent for Wheaton any place in the United States, service are modern in every detail '
mill equipment and supplies. ice and call the attention of our \'an Lines If ,
you are planning but-remember they are alert to especially designed to mee
has aided to readers to the services:.
This firm materially splendid
1 on moving your furniture or office I the local needs of the public and the requirements of this compan
the growth and prosperity of this they offer. I IMcMillan I! equipment call them collect and move anything locally that can be I and their customers. If youI
fection. Many of this section's II
I I they will make complete arrangements i i hauled in moving Vans. !I planning on moving or storing j'd
; !I for you. They are located at When you use their safe and convenient household furniture or offic
Co. Inc. "Do-It-Yourself"
Sales I
I Ultil W. Beaver in Jacksonville service you have these im- equipment they will take complete

Buildings \ Jacksonville, Fla. i i i phone ELgin 3-7276. I' portant -advantages: expert packing I charge and relieve you of all work

See this firm for your packingand special furniture pads, :Modern : and worry.The .
McMillan Salt Co.. Inc. is lo-1 1$3.000.00. Ii l li I
it that Locked Vans trained drivers, warehouse -
crating. They see to you owners and employes are
ited at 8113 Atlantic Blvd.. phone :
,i i On Ocean Way one hundred of ,
have the best because they to facilities all over the country
see i, courteous and ready to answer al]
ItAmond 4-3.7-l dealers ,
They are | these homes are being built and a ; '!
'| The of this section
', it personally that all phases of their people art questions. Everyone in this sectioncan
"DO-IT-YOURSELF" buildings
for I'j drive through this area will give business are operated under the very fortunate in having a transfer well afford to take advantageof
be made into
which can ''I you an idea of the beauty of this I It'pe business and storage under suet
most exacting principles. company this local transfer line, as they
i>ui ding Lake and Summer cottages construction. To show
These :! you They guard your interest and prop- management.You i' aid in no little measure in the
cabins or garages. i I some of the further possibilities Safe and can be assured of I
erty. packing, Storage promptness progress and growth of this community -
erected and '
dings are easily they can be built with Jalousie prompt service are all part of their in getting started and no de- I .
ome in sizes 12 H 20 X 20. All l Doors and Windows tile floors, i .__ n __ __ __ ___
models include pre-cut and predrilled and can be made with \'various I'I L. C. DuBard-Floor Coverings Jacksonville- -- -Fla.--
wood nailers
steel framing, color combinations.
purling! and trim pit'Cespft'paintfll ', There are a great many advantages L C DuBard features a complete advertised. home or remodeling your presentone
_>: wall to wall carpeting serv- Their workmen are experts In': will find that tile will be
steel you
baked enamel siding, precut : ill buying a building of this '
and pro-notched. One and one kind. You get them at lower prices I i ice.. featuring such will known I, the laying of asphalt, rubber, lino- of great assistance of cutting downyour
inch ,. brands as James Lees & Sons Digi leum and plastic floor coverings. total cost.
qi.:.rti-r corrugated galvanized and better material greater accuracy :'
roofingbolts, nails, touch-up paint in detail, architectual bl'au1'i i elow'-Sanford. Karastan. and C II Remodeling a specialty "From the They have men who are craftsmen -

urn! a complete instruction booklet ty and (convenience.. You can select Masl.ind & Sons They also do I(!I smallest to the largest jobs." I of the highest type in the installation -
on erectionPO I i,1'Asphalt and Rubber Tile work and By means of this friendly Guide, of these materials. They
a design, and have the building
Linoleum installations They arc located I i. It is a pleasure to have the oppor- : know just how the work should be
IT- YOURSFLFBuildings erected in a very short time, saving -
;t 1 at the corner of Bay and ,, tunity to call the attention of our i, done and you can be assured that
in' easily erected because of their days of construction time and i
New-nan at 201 E, Pay m Jacksonville many readers in our own and surrounding ; when you have them to do the
lioli-t\p precision construction, or quite a sizeable amount in cost
I phone ELgin 3-6151 counties to this reliable work it will be
properly In
11 \ou wish they can be erected by I \Ve are glad to compliment this i ::' i I
This firm is a leader in the floor concern. They are recognized leaders I their years as tile setters they have
dealer With the conventionaltvp I progressive firm upon the introduction -
i your covering field. They have patternsto in their own fields. They have I done both commercial and resI-
made of the modern "DOITYOtP.SELF" 'I
roof they can be into -
I meet any decoration scheme or I completed some of the largest and : dential work and the voluntary
and three bedroom homesl'ompltp Buildings to thisarf'a
design that can be made. All of finest projects in this section. j recommendations from jobs com-
with bath for as little as ,
their merchandise is manufacturedby The smooth surface of pleted explains why ;you have to
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Trueman Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville Fla. concerns known the world over, tile is as easy to clean as a china i arrange in advance to acquire their
I and their merchandise is Nationally dish. If you are building a new I!1 services.
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.i lompleU' line of fertilizers for' This well-know establishment Chandler's Brake & Alignment Service Jacksonville, Fla.

< \ ry need including: Crops.j i i started its business cam upon a Chandler's Brake & Alignment I any popular make of Brakes. This'' caused by excess vibration.

L.I"ns. Flower Gardens, Field I I solid foundation, knowing: that success ;, Service is headquarters in this sec- firm not only has skilled me- The management deserves the

Crops and Tret. They are located I IIt 'I in this advancing business tion for Automobile Electric Work. chanics for the maintenance and consideration the public is giving

'hi fiverside Viaduct in JackMinville could oitly be gained by sl'lIing' Generator and Starter Repair as service on Brakes, but they have their establishment because the

phone ELgin 6-18118 '!| quality products on a fair margin'' well as offering an outstanding the best of equipment to be found. service Is eminently satisfactoryand
This progressive firm is owned of profit. This is one reason you Brake and Mri You
I i I Alignn1l'nt11'1' will find that you will save the work of the entire organization -
bv oral: business men and has won :'I will find the best dealerships han- :,;: I
'i i Chandler has had 23 years experience money by letting this popular firm is that of experts and the
!\'fO id acceptance throughout this 1 Idling I their products The management in this type of work and all do all your Brake service. Brakes they offer are of superior

M'( < ion, because they are a friendof and assistants are all clean ': of his work is thoroughly Guar- For the best facility in wheel balancing quality. It can truly be said, no

the farmer. They must know ;: cut, affable and courteous to a ;i nteed He is located at 2120:!f Liberty and alignment, drive in and matter what your needs are in the

MMS in order for their fertilizer i marked degree ; in Jactaonvillc phone ELgl5W13. save yourself unnecessary tire wear Brake line, they can supply them.
lo gnome a part of the soil and : Investing in fertilizer is just like well
as as making driving more safe. This firm makes a policy of pe-
rt'.ite a reaction that in many putting money in the bank, you This company has greatly Increased It has been proven by authority thai riodical checkups, for its customers.

> ,,,'s will double the chances of make fertilizer deposits in your I its facilities for providing wheels that are properly Balanced'I You will be surprised Just how little
I I'w tuition because of its use I soil and that shows you maxi- the best that is to be had In up-to- actually save on repair bills many the periodical checkups111 cost

Contact your local dealer and mum return on the harvest to fol- the-minute Brake service. IncludedIn times the amount of money that ;t ;you, and in the long-run will pay
through him you can get the best i low. There is practically no deposit their staff are factory trained was actually spent for cost of balancing ,you well. This is another courtesy

:i stanie and advice on your fer- i you make that ever pays you mechanics that know how to repair both on tires and car wear that spells mutual safety to all
1:171: r. Correct information may nearly as much interest on your

not keep a farmer from failing, money It actually helps put more : Riverside Body Shop-"Expert Body & Fender Repairing"Jacksonville I
1'.it it will undoubtedly increase his | clear money in the bank. You grow __

tn-'os of success. | more hay. cotton soybeans fruits Fla.

The management has had many and vegetables This friendly manufacturing Riverside Body Shop features Wrecks repaired and put back in Those are painters that know the

\ s \pi rience in the manufac- firm can tell you w hen.j expert Body and Fender Repairingand first class shape a specialty. When business from the ground up. Theycan t

,siof eommepiial fertilizers and j how much and how to make these a :!Ihour'rerkpr Service your car comes in their place look- I take an old automobile and

i ,t.th<' Know-how- assist the money-making depositsJacksonville They are located at 400 Margaret ing like wreak; it goes out look- make it look like new. Their workin
; inner in the selection of the cor- in Jacksonville phone ELgin ing like new. getting at the surface has been
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-- 5-LV.81 This paint and body shop has the comment of the entire com-

Nick & Son's Bakery Fla. This firm has so many necessary had wide experience in this typeof munity. They put on a series of

\"k & Son's Bakery owned by A visit to this model Bakery will services to the car owners, work and they are considered the best Enamels or Lacquers, using -

\:, ;i Cinotti Baking Co. Inc. offer prove to you why so many local that we say don't miss stoppinginat experts. They are most progressiveand the most approved methods,
: .i' finest in Ties. Cakes 1'as- and out of town shoppers prefer their place. They are conveniently accommodating business men, thus assuring everyone of a first

: ., s and Italian Bread For :your buying their bakery goods there. located check their quality who render the best of service to class job that will neither crack or

i Is in fine bakery goods phone The tempting display of delicaciesis sen-ice their many friends. peelIn
!'\ rook 8-1111 Their l location is inviting to the most fastidious, They give ;you paint jobs at most This efficient painting establish- making this Friendly Guide

I, Sin Mino Blvd in Jaikson- so if ;you enjoy really delicious reasonable prices. They are one of ment is one of the firms of this we are glad to compliment this

bakery products Breads Cakes, this section's leading operators in section that is running full time firm and call to the attention of our

This well known Bakery makes Pastries, Rolls and Cookies and Body and Fender work and painting and has done quite a lot in keep- readers the satisfactory service as

R specialty of supplying you with many other tasty delicacies, then of cars. ing cars in the pink of .condition. well as reasonable price which is

the! finest in Party and Wedding make it a point to stop in at this passed on to all ol their customers.Jacksonville .
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meet any requirement. Let them ping trip to town. Richard Brown-Carpet Laying Fla.

-.is.st you in the layout for jour The matter of making good Richard Brown operates a firm services We think this attainmentin or spaces to be carpeted a specialty -

5 arty and special occasion Cakes. bread, "Which is the Staff of Life"as of Carpet Laying Specialists, anywhere skill and prominence is one of they have the know how, this

gettang well as making other bakery anytime For estimates' the very best recommendationsthey includes all types stairs, entries,
products requires a tremendous investment EVergreen 8-0113. located at 4003 could have.

.its is a boon to any city. At in modern baking equip- P..ayford, in Jacksonville Wall to wall carpeting that is etc.When this firm takes your job

this plant only the most healthful ment and this firm has spared There is no other line of skilled laid and does not roll or lay of carpet laying you will find all

igredients are used in the process neither time or expense in the installation work that would be so necessary loosely is an added decoration nec- their workmen to be skilled, courteous -

ff baking. This plant is modern of the most up-to-date for the mechanic to love his tradeas essity in making your room look and accommodating, for

rind up-to-date in every particular, equipment. With their highly carpet laying It requires long its best and there is a tremendous pleasing you in their work IB their

:U.tn and sanitary throughout. skilled bakers they give you the training and lots of skill plus amount of skill and experience to business, laying carpets is Just a

inns modern Bakery establishment assurance of the very: best and plenty of genuine hard work to complete a job to the right specifi livelihood, also their pleasure.
rroduces the finest bakery products 'finest in bakery products. So why qualify but this firm hu met all cation. We wish to remind our readers

which have been of such uni- don't you become one of their many the requirements and have mas- Let all of your carpet laying be that for carpet laying of high

form quality that the housewives satisfied customers and friends, and tered the trade until it is now often' luxury jobs, carpets that stay as quality we take great pleasure la

und wise shoppers have learned toe enjoy)' their fine bakery product.!. necessary to make arrangements In they were laid. Odd shaped rooms referring you to this firm end their

viand them advance in order to employ their service.

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