Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 1939
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02718
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tablished tt377 'e" ; we should quietly hear both tides. "Goethe E. L. Matthews Editor and Owner


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FOR CEMETERY -- .-. -- .- -- -.." .- '.
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50, ,, -\ -. -' r... the week $36 were contributed I t\,. ',;''!w ... :
In past
NEW '''' $5,020.75 ,
; ,v.' ':' to the Crosby Lake Cemetery I -I. s
:- ,
,' :; Fund, advancing the grand
tt total collected thus far In the cam-f! .

[OBER 27TH .: OLD R. R. TAXES paten beautify for the money sanctuary to refence to $268.-and I!! 's NIGHT

50. The committee reports that t t.a -

Includes Open Commissioners Receive plans for actual work' are nearly Aldermen Boost Pay I
ogram 'I completed, and are arranging to)
Game t tH $2,128.50 Schools 1 of City Marshal
ouse, Football ; have the old fence ;removed. It f
and Dance u j $2, 92.25 Is believed this portion of the to $100

work or even more can be \ 1

Iriday, October 27, will be the With the receipt of checks plished without cost, the sections) 1 ? In a lengthy three-hour session '''

for the grand opening of 1I | amounting to $5,020.75' In pay of the old fence still; Intact to be in the City Hall Tuesday night '

rte-i new Armory It was ofM -, ment of delinquent railroad taxes used as payment.The I the City Council finished old I

a announced by the Headten Monday by the Circuit Court generous persons donatingto V V V ,_. "t' business reorganized for the new '

Company here this week. Clerk's Office and the Board of the fund In the past week were u .r a t year, elected its chairman, appointed ,t .

elaborate program running; Public Instruction, the suit t Mrs. Maria K. Hull 1 city officers, and made
4 o'clock Friday afternoon H- against the Seaboard Air Line by N. Y.. $15; Mra. La Hemelltead'j *r' several sweeping changes, among

L the wee small hours of the I the County Commissioners and Raleigh. N. C., $2; F: them raising the salaries of Chief''

t morning Is planned Including I the School Board was cleared up. $2; J. :'1.: Alvarez $2; Mrs. E. K.: i A, L. Alvarez and night policeman 7''

opeC house' football game, i In three checks to each office, Canova, $1; Edward Burns, $1; B. C. Holtzendorf.

.;:don, and dance. j I through Keen and Allen Talla Mrs. L. W. Ktckliter, $2; DeWltt Most students dislike attending a school, much less building one, The old City Council comprisedof

u opening date was set after CARL ANDREWS hassee attorneys for the various C. Jones $10. but this Is exactly what the colored students of Wateroak school W. M. Edwards, chairman '

local guardsmen transferred I I Boards of County Commissioners,, above are doing. Under the direction of A O. Jenkins, principalleft Don Hoover, H. A. Bishop 1.. A.
The trial of Carl Andrews, 32, '
r equipment from the old ,'Indicted for first murder I and School Boards, the total pore ITO ( ) the boys are preparing to cut a pine tree In clearing the alt* Canova and W. L. Wall were;

iory on Call Street to the new by a Marlon County degree grand jury t in I, tlon to Bradford was paid. Circuit BEGIN WORK for the new school building. Others may be seen In the background present, with the exception of
less Court Clerk J. Thomas )
or A.
and became Wall who not reelected last
ding; Ocala last June 20, will begin leveling the land and cleaning off the debris.
The Interior of the $27-, received checks for $680.34 732. month, and met proptly at 7:30:
Monday in the Marlon County ON NEW SCHOOL Wateroak colored school Is located three-quarters of a mile southeast e
[structure has lost its vacantt 82 and $715.34, $2,12850 In all I o'clock read l and approved minutes
courthouse, Circuit Judge Frederick of the J. M. Brownlee farm, and the new building will be located
of desks, chairs, the Board's rata share of 1
In a maze pro of the two meetings last
t t R. Hocker presiding. Andrews 250 yards from the present structure, which Is too small, tumbling I p r'
n. ehelves, guns, and ten I the proceedings. The fees of attorneys AT GRAHAMBoard month and paid bills. The body
j is a former resident of Bradford rotten and lighted. The site two
and and one other items in- were also charged on a down poorly a acre square, was adjourned and Immediately reconvened r ; ,
I in the Company's paraphfclla. I and Union Counties. I pro rata basis to save the various purchased several weeks ago from Minnie Tyson by the P-T. A. of to form a new councilto

The prairie like upL Andrews will go on trial for Boards money. the school, and deeded to the county. ConsU'llcUon I Is expected to begin the city's 1939-1940 fiscal

with its 6,000 square feet his life for the alleged fatal shoot- The payments were a pleasant and 1 W. P. A. I JJ'illj begin next week. The School Hoard will furnish roofing end nulls year. W, M. Edwards was {

[clear floor is still unencum-I ilng of Paul Hauler son. 29, May conclusion for the counties, to a Construct $7,216Building and Wateioak school and Its patrons must furnish all else and labor. elected temporary chairman. CarlA. ''s

d J with objects on Us polished 128, during a fight started near suit for delinquent Seaboard Air The school has two teachers), Jenkins the principal, and Sarah Knight at this time swore In ( '

ace This hugh drill hall f Is Ocala over some liquor Raulersonwas Line taxes of 1936, 22 1-2 percent Jenkins his wife. Usually 68 pupils attend, ranging from the first Mayor W. E. Mlddieton, reelected ,
to have taken from
rated by varl-colored signal supposed ; of the 24 percent taxes awarded last month, and Mayor Mlddletoa
the The two the cut
boys handling
Work on the hew Graham to eighth grades. cross saw al'eleft
draped i across the high steel I{ was paid and 1 1-2 percent Is being swore In Aldermen Edwards and i,
school building will begin around ( ) Allen DeSue, eighth grade, and Clarence DeSue, seventh grade.
II, lending a festive atmos- According to officers Investigating held up pending an Investigation O. 1... BeuHley also elected last u
November 1, It Is believed by O. The trees cut are sawed into stock logs which will be made into lumber -
i to the appearance and delet- the shooting Andrews shot of the means used by the month. The Mayor then swore In
Jibe( former bareness. Raulerson In Marion County, State Assessing Board in getting P. Cannon W. P, A.' Area Super- for the new building. The work Is being done during recess Clerk Carl Johns and Marshal A.L. x

he formal opening will com- placed the body in the rear of a I I data for the suit. The railroad brick visor. and The wood new one building story,is 3 being room time, and the picture Is by Hoover Bros. Alvarez.

ce i at 4:30: o'clock In the aft car, and drove into Gilchrlat, Columbia i protested the tactics of the Asses constructed as'a W. P. A. pro-' On motion by Bishop, seconded ;,{'
the will and Baker Counties be. sing Board in gathering facts for Hoover and unanimously
and Company ject costing $7,216.00. with the INDUSTRIES FOR by ,
I an open house from this fore surrendering at Macclenny; I the suit. School Board furnishing approximately BRADFORD WINS "ayed," Edwards was made Chair '
The after attempting to burn the STARKE WANTED Council for the '+
until 7:30 o'clock The Board of Public Instruction $2,800.00 as the sponsorsI man of the coming
Jquarters Company extends r ajllal body In the car. received checks designated $1- share, and the balance by the W. u
' invitation to everyone band I State Attorney J. W. Hunter of 017.46 for the General Fund, 11.-I''P. A. Suggestions from the publlo alto year.The first matter before the a &

I inspect the new Armory; I the Fifth Circuit will prosecute I 017.44 for the District Fund, and Cannon's letter which was read enterprises and Industries that council was 'a filling of the city j S

Jug these hours, and Guards-t the case while Zach H. Douglas $857.35 for the Interest and Sink I before the School Board meeting could possibly be established and FOOTBALL GAME appointive 'offices. Six applications .

i will be on hand to guide of Gainesville Is the defense at ing Fund. These figures were also here Monday, was as follows: operated In Starke and Bradford were received and read forth H "+
iilar tours 'of Inspection and torney., net and comprised a total of the Bradford two night police positions, rb,
County are sought by
"In to letter of i
responce your Tornadoes ,Vi111'layLake t
I demonstrations of the equip- I $2,892.25. from Theo Tyson B. C. Holtzen
22 be 'advised Chamber of Com
September County
it t la the radio telephone and I There dorf this ), t
OCTOBER 15TH'IS The suit was brought before City (employed past year
ir wctlons. F're4 refreshments) I I Circuit Court Judge J. ,B John- that the I hope Graham to have,School funds\! Building releasedfor j I merce, Jos. E. .Wilson, Secretary, Tonight H. H. Young Pete Harrell W. J,., '

I ti nerved 'during" I th4.#LAlir* DEADLINE, son who decided that theN rail- to the time I will until Wednesday of next >week. Silcox (employed this past year), I
Project prior
f house period. roads need not pay the full per- I This, announcement was made by and J. M. Rogers. A secret bal. \
Driver's License Law will be able to release this project foroperation. Bradford High School's Tornadoes -
e two hours between 7:30( The : cent assessment pending Investigation -! Secretary Wilson at the regular lot was taken, each Alderman vot-
talk of
xk and 9:30: o'clock will pre be strictly enforced after Sunday, of the ethical charge the As per my recent meeting of the Rotary Club here broke through a stubborn ing for two, and results were
with Mr. '
date Abernathy,
I1 night football game on the October 15: County Judge E. K. i j railroads made against the Assessment (Frank Abernathy Graham trustee Wednesday. Suggestions should opposition Friday night to score Holtcendorf four, Silcox three,

dtord Park Gridiron, where Ferryman announced yesterday. Board. ), I feel sure that we .will be be turned over to Mr Wilson. two touchdowns and a safety and Tyson three. Holtzendorf''

Bradfor+ High School Tor-- Judge Perryman received :a The Murphy Act denies the In a position to start work aroundthe I Mr. Wilson read a letter received downing the Green Cove Springs was declared appointed the north a
will meet the opposing telegram Tuesday from D. W. Well Starke position and another bal
taxes paid Monday but this case first of November by him from Joseph 14-0.
n of the Reddick' High Finley, Motor Vehicle Commissioner 1 occurred before the passage of "O. P. Cannon." Director of the Engineering Experiment squad lot was taken to break the tie I
I. Night football proved of Tallahassee, stating 1 the Act. I I Station, requesting a About 650 cheering fans braved between Sllcox. and TUon, each
cress and popularity here "The Executive Board of the De i Belief that this building wouldbe lUst of Industrial enterprises that a threatened downpour to witness councilman voting for one. Sil a

y' night of last week when partment of Public Safety has; I constructed defeated a consolidation -I could conceivably be successfulhere. the first night game played upon cox was appointed to the south n

|ljr 1,000 fans braved the unite ruled that after October 15 theDrivers' For State Treasurer election approval of which'! The Station Is publishing a Bradford Park here. Starke beat by a vote of three to
Law will be would have brought all Graham +',
License two.
jft r
elements to witness the list that will be distributed nationally
children to Starke, last May. Dur Spark-plug of the Tnrnadoes'oftenlle
judo triumph over the Clay rigidly enforced and all persona and come Into contact E. A, Winkler was reappointed t
School eleven from Green operating a motor vehicle after ing the meeting Monday all transportation with Influences that can possibly wria L II. Harper, who fire chief on motion of Bishop, ,j

Springs, Admission charges that. date without Drivers' License at Graham school was I materialize some of these suggest scored both touchdowns on off seconded by Hoover"and unanimously r i

e! football game are 50-cents will be subject to arrest and discontinued.The lons. tackle dashes One of these was carried. Dr. W. B. Park
adults, 25-cents for children examination to determine their Board with all members E. I made In the first quarter on a 14 was reappointed for the third
and W. E.I Dr. M. B. Herlong, has pointedout i
J. Lewis, J. H. '
motor ve the other In the last
a ,
yard run
i lesson tickets fitness to operate [ consecutive ,
are used. Middleton present read and approved the fact that much of our year as city physician
hicle." quarter on a five yard run.
Inning at 9:30: o'clock and minutes of the previous otherwise waste lands can be I on motion by Hoover seconded by
1 half an hour a reception Yesterday afternoon license 5 + meeting planted to bamboo. This plant Green Cove Springs was on the Bishop and unanimously, approved.

I be held In the Armory and sales passed the 2.000 mark in t u Wesley Dyal had been employedat thrives on such land and Is now defensive ''throughout the game Hoover moved to continue T.

those Invited to attend the Bradford County. About 2,020 a salary of $10.00 per monthto used In making one cc our finest except for an offensive spurt In Frank Landrum as city attorney. f

|i Ing and stand: in the receiving regular 50-cent licenses and :51 transport Odgon child. The grades of paper. He called attention the second quarter when they (Continued on page eight))
IW one-dollar chaffeur's licenses have forced their way to the three .... .
O>such dignitaries as Gover- board agreed to pay him $15.00for to the fine grade of silica ----- 4.
Fred been purchased In the county sofa yard line, only to be halted by an
| P Cone. Commander-in- month just closing for bringIIng (sand) In the Klngsley Lake
t ot the 1', bringing in an approximaterevenue and aroused Tornado defense CAFETERIASARE
Florida National Thomas children. On later region, its glass factory pos
1:: Branch Cone; The Ad- of $1,061, Revenue from decision they decided to cut out I sibilities. After scoring in the first quarter OPENED
.t t Ceneral, Vivian sale of the licenses will go to sup- Bradford High's aggregationlost ;
Collins! ; all transportation a t Graham All suggestions must be in Sec-
Pr James B. Rousseau; Lt. port the state highway patrol,, School. retary Wilson's hands in the near Its machine-like precision and The Bradford High School Cafeteria

I Robert White; Lt. Colonel which will begin operating In Oliver Underhill was before the future and all Ideas no matter did not regain its scoring technique serving hot, balanced diet, t '

FWE, Ctace. December. Hoard relative to increased rout. how fantastic will be welcomed, until the last quarter when lunches to students for as little
It I 10 o'clock the gigantic up- Judge Ferryman believes there Due to the increased mileage the Mr. Wilson said. they found themselves and played as5 cents opened Monday, '

l story floor, waxed to glass- still around 500 persons In the', ) board. agreed! to allow him $35 00 ,__* their best football. school authorities said yesterday I'

laaoothnesa, wm be the scene; : county who should have drivers'licenses 0.. per month on motion of W. E. The next game on the Bradford The cafeteria, In conjunction with I '

bat Is expected to be the and urges everyone operating I ]'.fIddle ton seconded by J. H. NEWCOUNTY schedule Is the highly-touted Lake the other three In the county, are

> dance ever held In Starke. I or contemplating operating ti'oore and unanimously carried.j I NURSE City eleven which will be playedIn operated this year as a W. p. A. ,

man with the Trumpet, Carl a motor vehicle to obtain a ,' J. Edwin: Larooon It was moved by W. E. Middle- Lake City tonight (Friday). project, with one exception Instead

'"*, who with his six-piece: license. Anyone apprehen d e d i, ton and seconded by J. H. Mooreto Mrs. Mabel G. Lewis, appointed Though Lake City Is the larger of being an N. Y. A, activity I 1p

:Ira Sn successfully played driving a motor vehicle vJithout a I, J. Edwin Larson, former Keystone pay Leola Roberts $2.90 for county nurse September 1 at a town reliable sources predict that as last year, It was explained. I''

e'American Legion Dance license after October 15 Is SUb-I I Heights man this week 1-2 day sick leave school term I joint meeting of the County Commission the Tornadoes may deal out a All cafeterias are self- IV V

with month will be back ject, under the law to a j I made the following announce- 1938-39. and the School Board, surprise when they meet the Lake supporting except for the labor

I 1 his full force of twelve not more than $500 or Imprisonment -!i ment: Chairman Lewis stated that took over her duties on October 1. City eleven tonight. The Hampton Junior High

"t** musicians to play the J for not more than 6 months, i I| "The Democrats of Florida will citizens of Brooker District had Mrs. Lewis succeeds Mrs. Cllnnl E. L. Williams, principal of the School cafeteria opened Thursday .
and swing In his or both., |, be called upon In the Primary 'I that he Inquire as to Aa'
distinct| i: requested Hickok. Bradford High School wishes to of last week, while the one serving
f pkuing manner. The dance !;i'Election of 1940 to select their I why no more had been paid on Mrs. Lewis earned her graduate express the appreciation of the at Lawtey has been In operation "+p

ut unto I one o'clock or later Students Here \I I candidate for the office of State i I the bonded debt of this district. certificate at City HospitalIn school to the public for their support for several weeks. One at t

M.eral hundred l chairs will be A quintet of University of Florida Treasurer. Believing that my experience I lIt was explained that there had Louisville, Kentucky. After: of the football team and to Brooker Is I expected to open the

the dance. floor, so, that embryo journalists wrote several -,,, and training qualify this me I!! been very little taxes paid until earning her graduate certificate ; the City Bond Trustees, who first part of next week.

hrZ.01 dance may be I of the news stories in this!,, to discharge the duties of to the I recently and therefore much of she registered and worked In were Instrumental In completing Mrs. Ruby Sullivan of Theressa %'c

and enjoy the orcheseaditlone I week's Bradford County Tele-jI |!1 Important !office acceptably ', the principal and Interest went Louisville for two years. Mrs. Bradford Park In time for the Is county supervisor of the caf- }y
Florida I hereby announce -
I as part of a class assignment people of I unpaid for several years Sine Lewln has also worked at Riverside 1939 season. terlas under the Works Progress i
tpt 'to tile I graph that I will be a candidate. the refunding Issue no principal In Miami. I .. ;,
i' dance l I. one doled In an advanced journalistic .f Victoria Hospital Administration, and this ageney V
I ladies are admitted free. ,I course. The five students reported "If elected. I pledge myself to.or Interest Is In default because For the past 12 years Mrs. I Rotary Club has transferred several women
ambers of the HeadquarIrywy I stories of general interest and the upright and efficient discharge -,{'they have been assessed higher r Lewis lid been a resident of from sewing room projects to the ,v
of the office : of these Lloyd King, young evanaell.tCorJducUng
duties taxes and the majority
of the :
urge to In. the perpara- [ she has worked cafeteria kitchens. Serving of
everyone generally Bradford County,
j helped revival services In the
Edwin Larson. i collected. 1 "
"J. have been Sop'erintendent
'i I taxes
now students well > I I food Is handled people
to The as by
011 attend all itlon; of the Issue. '' A, J. Griff stated l for the Lawtey school as First Baptist Church here this young
f the Armory's grand from Gainesville who were here (, For the past six years Larson'1, books have been audited I[ on private cases. She is registered week was guest speaker before employed by the National Youth '
program here Friday, Oc Charles Bartholomew I served as Collector of Internal that these ; with thq State Board of Administration. + ,
Tuesday the Club Wednesday J
17, during'annually, and that all money has i Rotary meeting -
Bryant, Orlando Revenue for this district Nurses nurse, I I cafeteria under the
Miami; James : as a graduate I afternoon. Kev. King made The Lawtey ,
lie further'stated ,
-.. __ I Wieland St. Peter.-I which time collections increased been accounted : of Mrs M. B. Plum '
; Bob extended Invlta-j The salary of the county nurse a talk on Central America and supervision
Ie Le.fJs Gasoline I burg, Jim Powell, Andalusia, Ala.. !i from $7.582.269: in 1933 to $51-this tlon to that he and all citizens an of this la fixed at $90 per month and will 'I Central American countries and mer Is not under W. P. A., but
resigned any
:e "sumption In Brad. and Fred Buckles Lakeland. 014,700 in 1939. :5.He lie hat served -'' district to come and examine the I| be paid Jointly by the County I displayed i an Interesting collection N. Y. A. workers handle both ,
.-- post last August School cooking and serving duties.
: and the
t.y last month -- State records of their district. : Commission of relics and curios gathered 1 iJ
dropped of the
] branches
4)n q Toicnsendites In both Board. The Commission will pay I I of these H. S. cafeteria suffering
; from 127,319 gallons Hampton for two: Due to the extended'rout Mrs.Geo. there by himself. Many The B. Is
ere 'in July to 126.818 gal. George Inman will speak on Legislature, and was of Keystone i Rhames was allowed $10.00 I $114 and the Board will pay $36 i''' articles will be displayed In the from an acute shortage of

old 10 August Kerosene "National Recovery Plan" before years principal School. He Is a1'; per month for transporting pupilsat to complete the: sum show window of Carpenter's DrugStore dishes, and a plea Is issued to the

iropped from 11. 9' gallons, the Hampton Townsend Club tonight Heights High the Florida Law Hampton. Mrs. Lewis announced that next I' this week. Only one mem- parents and patrons of the Stark 'i J,.

Ill radon, during the same In the Hampton junior high' graduate of the Alumnias The Board then adjourned to week her office will be permanently -\' ber of the Rotary Club was absent school to donate any odd cups ; t

Y-One tons of fertilizer school auditorium during the School and represents the Committee meet again Monday, November 6?, located and will announcethe from the meeting Wednesday saucers, plates, glasses, or other !li
Member on
'Wed In Bradford County inY..1R clock.meeting which begins at 7:45: o'I, of Athletics a at 10 o'clock A. M. I location at that time. dishes possible Vi


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lamlly left last Thursday. for I I Mr and Mrs. A. H. Hall. Man Is Robbed XOTICIS 1). tl'.,:" h.\_ ,
BETHEL Notice In hereby given to all
HAMPTONny where Mr. Green is Ralph Thomas of Brooker was a taxd.-.1' '
Jacksonville t'
whom It concern to file ,
may any 1:1.: "I'I' >I'' ,
:tiles Aila, Nlmmo By Mrs. Susie Glisson employed. They will make It a visitor to this section Saturday Sixteen Times; and all claim against the Estate ..III ....n".II.. I,: I too\ .
; th
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of Earl Cook deceased duly sworn lonlug d.o. ,I' e
their future home. night. to, with the County Judge of Brad- County t.1 Ur.." ee
m Rev. Warren will preach at the Mr. and Mrs. John B. Higgin- A. J. Crawford who has Mrs. Marie Underhill is 111 at Thanks BurglarsThe ford County within eight month Ida. to-WII.r Igadfmd. M,,I Iet,
Church next Sunday botham Mr Ira Allen of this from the first publication of thus
Baptist to St. been employed In the CCC Tor the the home of her parents, Mr. and notice, or said claim. will be barred LotH. n I.r,I ) : .
:morning and evening section moved away Friday by law This. Sept. 9th, 1939.Ea.rl fcoen'S;';' '"b, '
e' 4 spent the Augustine. This section sure does past six months in Butte MeaJ- Mrs. R. V. Alvarez. We wish hera following advertisement Cook Jr., Administrator 2"; "f/"a. 1;,
:Miss Bryan '
,1K'd Ophelia Hang22 '
; ; to his F 1';,IM', -Inn g
week-end with friends and relatives miss them. ows, California returned speedy recovery. appeared in last week's edition of -29 4t 10-20 The a..,....'""I' n .
+ t '''k Mrs. Hattie Hardenbrpok of home here last Wednesday. MIllS Dorothea Norman of Gum Madison Record arty und, lh t ". .4d"' 'I"'"" said I?
in the Enterprise
sued ,, ?
Rev M. A. Soper will preach at Starke was visiting Mrs. Jessls Miss Audry Crews of Lawtey Branch spent Thursday night with occupying 10 Inches of space. We IV TUB COt'RT: OF THE COtTNTY Unless wan. (It I"'I? ''Ii.| ?'noun..'I.t1f1' ,,..I.'Hie[I'm. ,,,r'
Parle Talbott spent last Wednesday night here Odessa McRae. redeemed a.. '" *h
the Methodist church next Sunday Talbott and Mr. Jl'UURk OI..I..O"U COUNTY. ".nil"' ,.
with Misses Justine and Jose- believe it must be a great pleasure HI.OHIUA. PIIOBATK. __ .._ property de" n\rk",\ I >,,.
of Vanderbilt '
R. Alvarez old
evening. Tuesday night. wasa IN HE: to thf hiKli.M' l hil". j
r Bill Maxwell and mother Mrs. Mr. L. A. Donnly of: Kingsley phine Johns. dinner guest of Mr and Mrs. H. to burglars to enter the homeof ESTATE OF R. S. HUMPHRFY, court houm- d..i, "" Vda'r," :,
P. D. Reddish and familyof deceased.. day In I ihim ''',,lh' ,. 11ru.
Ida Maxwell were visiting/ friends Lake was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Water Oak section were M. McRae Saturday. a man showing such a "coop- FINAL NOTICE 8hrw.hich.i K th-.' "- "f.-No, V''

and relatives In Jacksonville last E. Gliason Monday. the Miss Lucile Bowers of Starke erative spirit."-And notice the Notice I la hereby given that the Dated "
Walter Starling was visit- visiting at the home of Mr. and undersigned will on the 12th day thl 2' d.n,, ,
Mrs. 19 39.ClerktofAl'IBu
and eeple
Saturday Sunday. W. M. Reddish Sunday aft- spent Thursday night with Misses "I want to thank you" part. of October, A. U ,1939, present to '
Emery H. Guy who( Is employed ing Mrs. Jimmie Woodard Friday. Mrs. Lucile and Haven Crosby. the Honorable County Judge of )., t J ,
rw by the Florida Power and Light Miss Emma Allen was visitingher ernoon. Bradford County, Florida, his. final County. "II, ", 'Bra
and voucher ,.,
Quite a number of young people return account of ,
Company of Miami returned to brother-in-law and sister, Mr. I NOTICE Administrator. Cum Testamento An- 61MALARIAl
i Ills borne after a two weeks visit and Mrs. Albert Gllason Friday PINE LEVEL attended the Birthday celebrationin nexo de Bonle Non of the Estate
honor of Miss Luclle Crosby of H. H. Humphrey deceased, and at
yS'' with his parent Rev. and Mrs. night. By Mrs. II. 81. McRae To All Burglars In And aid. time, then and there, make
1, James T. Guy Mr. and Mrs Albert Gllsson are, Thursday evening. Around Madison: application to the said Judge fora !
W. &Hall filled his final settlement of hla administration
Elder Misses Lucile Doris
> Mr and Mrs. W. N. Brown, spending a week with Mr. and Crosby, Gents: of said Estate and for an Ifgood":;'Ou are rundown
',, who have been In Starke for the Mrs. Lucian Higginbotham of regular appointment at Pine Level Godge and Miss May Graves were Those of you who haven't order discharging; him as such Administrator due to Malaria and
Church this week-end. guests of Odessa McRae Sunday. Cum Testamento- smith's Tonic! Thonw3S?
U past seven months, have returned East Palatka entered my house heretoforeare nexo de Bonls Non.
4u'l to their farm west of town.TAWTEY Mrs. Susie Glisson is away at Mr.. and Mrs. C. T. Jackson of Mrs. F. M. White of Rising advised It Is not necessaryto Dated this 9th day of August, A all over the South "swear$
present and Mrs. Jimmie WoodardIs Gainesville were visiting their the week-end with her bro- D. 1939. millions of people) for o,
spent bring ice picks and knives (Signed) Herman H. Wyndham, have
years, said
looking after the Bethel news. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. II. ther and sister-in-law, Mr. and for the of cutting As Administrator Cum Testamento I Malaria. The t the Uti
I Annexo de Bonis Non of the Estate smllll bottle
? By William (Bill) riiunmer Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Harrell of M. McRae Sunday afternoon. Mrs. H. M. McRae. screens and doors, Inasmuch as of R. S. Humphrey, deceased. only 50 cents-yet may
__ I Lake City were visiting Mr. and Leslie Fountain and Herbert 8-11 9tp 10-6 yott that it's what fOIl
of the
r G. W. Boan of Sampson City other member breakingand you Itttd,
At last we see the actual buildIng Mrs. D. D. Woodard Saturday and Alvarez of Penny Farms spent entering profession hawk| Wintersmith's. Tliat' all ve
was a dinner guest of Mr. and
and with
night Sunday
of "our" platform beginning! Saturday attended to those formalitiesIn
The roofing Is on the ground Sunday.TIIEDES Mr. and Mrs. Britton Alvarez. Mrs B. M. McRae Sunday. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR WIHTERSMIT1TONIC
tSie 15 prior burglaries.The TAX J IJ":":U
j'a:td paid for and the lumber Is Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas Remember the Sunday School ($e-nst Bill No. 163)

3i' r being sawed and the first payment By Mrs. A. L. Sullivan and children of Rising and Mr. at Pine Level next Sunday after- this week event Is of number Monday 16 nightof since That NOTICE Ira Young IS and HEREBY Sabra GIVEN Young
on it has been made. The and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and child- holder of Tax Certificate No. 373
t alte has been surveyed and at Mrs. Anna Hagan and Mrs. ren of Sunny Brook were visiting noon, also prayer meeting every 1931. which make It a Semi Issued the 2 day of September A

7:30: A. M., October 10 actual EloIse Moore of Valdosta were Mr. and Mrs. Britton Alvarez Sunday night and Wednesday annual affair It seems.I .

z work will begin. So all of theN recent visitors of Miss Ida Hugan. Sunday afternoon. night I want to thank the Intruder NEAT APPEARANCE

donations that have been offered Mrs. Susie Hardee returned to Mrs. Mildred Dyal and Mrs. Ernest Southerland of New I for only getting 59o and a Means

s .o boldly will be accepted by City her home here Friday after spend Ella Sweat and lIOn, :Junior, spent River and Willie Southerland of'' package of Lucky Strikes and

l Clerk O. J. Phillips or chairmanof ing a few days In Lake Butler Friday with Mrs. Annie Brown. I' also for leaving my watch. OTTO F. STOCK'S Dry Cleaning

the City Council, F. R. Carra- with her son. Mr. Arthur Hardee. Worthington Springs was visiting'U. Very Sincerely, Sec
dine. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zeigler of O. J. Jackson Is spending R. Browning' Sunday after JAKE VICKKRS. CLAYTON STRICKLANDTHE

All who laughed at the proposed San Francisco, California are a few days in Jacksonville with noon. I

platform are most cordially visiting Mr. Zelgler's parents, Mr.

r invited to meet Monday October and Mrs. J, J. Zeigler.

10 at 7:30: and laugh with us as Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Adkins of

the first is set. Jacksonville were visiting Mr
E;, All young men wishing to become and Mrs. R. M, Kersey Sunday.Mrs. "

{r members of Lawtey's Crusaders Josephine Sullivan Is "KEEP Your Credit GOOD!

Club may meet with the spending a few days with her son,

''l group at the Baptist Church every C. Sullivan. We are glad to report -!

., fi' + is of a spiritual nature and con- recent Illness I

ceptrates on and around the Mrs. J. P. Hall wall a business

+"I building of better youth both vltttor to Starke Saturday.
"t uprltual and physical. Mr. Felix Sullivan was a business -

The Club has acquired the use visitor to Jacksonville Mon

of the basketball court and with

,' I the cooperation of the city officials day.Mr.. und Mrs. Walter Zeigler S

will light It and sponsor a and Miss Ruth Zeigler left Mon

basketball team. Don't forget day for Miami where they will k4 Za- i.r "," I 61'r, 4
ai us Monday at '7:30: P. M. spend a few days with relativesand 1

Mr and Mrs M D. Plummerwere friends. I

vlnltorg In Jacksonville Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. W; Puckham ,

and family were visitors to

I, I Mr, and Mrs. J, L. Harrell, Jr., Palatka Saturday night. I / t 1tw

rl have returned to Island Grove Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zelgler had
f'' '
where Mr. Harrell will be employed ua their guests Sunday, Mr. and I MIII

( In the fruit industry.BROOKED I Mrs. Walter Zeigler of San Fran- ,a '

I cisco, California, Mr. and Mrs. W.

\ F. Zelgler and children of Jack.

fly Mrs. L. L. I'arkrr j Honvllle, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. ZetgI r
I Iler and daughter of Miami. Mr.
l..Iatlles'ltl Atari. 1 ,
and Mrs. Rupert Zeigler of Gainesville -
The Ladies Aid met at the I
and Mr. and Mrs R.
home of Mis. Fred Huzen Tues C'j '
Dampier of High Springs.Mr. .
day afternoon of last week, withy : :
and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan &
; most of the members present and
and Mrs. S. W. Griffith and little
two visitors, Mrs. P. S. Colson
son Donald! were visiting In Jacksonville
from 101: Paso, Texas and, Mrs. '
Saturday. I
Miller! from St. Petersburg. -
Rev C. R. Robinson filled Ills i4 Y .d f' \ .
Mrs. Colnon gave us some
very regular appointment at the Baptist \ .
4 /
'I interesting thoughts for our, little church Saturday night and 41fl
I a, clu J's work and Mrs. Mills ,'
:Sunday:, afternoon. I
? made very encouraging remarks
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore attended
about our work we are doing. .
\ :
the show at Starke Sat-
Mrs. Gene Long was presentedwith urday night. 1 '
a pair of lovely pillow cases
Miss Virginia Padjcett and -- I
for a birthday present. The I
Percy and Othma Sullivan at-J .
guests were then served refresh I :
tetendetl the Green Cove-Starke
ments of punch and cake The '
football game Friday. I
meeting adjourned to meet the
Mrs. J. 1.. Hightower and Mrs.
; next time at the home of Airs. O.
O. J. Phillips of Lawtey were I
W. D rry..
visiting relatives and friends here --
Local It'm".Mr !'
Monday. II --
and Mrs. O. 11. Colaon hadas --. }
their guests over the week-end.
Dr, Lemuel Colaon of Trenton, HO AT DRAIN

Mrs D. W. Kelly and Mr*. Roy By Aim. Z. !. UrlffU I

Tomllnson of New River, Mrs. A. .
Mr. and Mrs Arch Prevatt and! .' ,
P. Holman of Chattanooga Tenn., : ', .. t,
Mrs. W. Perkins and son Edwin family have moved to( Jnckson- p0

of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Lester vllle. They will be missed by

y Wynn, 111anll Mrs.Palm" Colaon friends in this community.Mrs. .
i of Texas. C. A. Griffin was visitingIn

; Mrs. G. B. Colson and Mr. and Jacksonville over the week

s Mrs. P. S. CoUon were veiling/ end.Mr.

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Colton of and Mrs. O. W. Harreli of -- .
Fort White. Lake City were visiting with their I

The people in this section haye daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and'

t been enjoying the weeks' revivalat Mrs. Ralph Gainey, Sunday. I' MOST FOOLED MAN
Deaden Church which closed' Miss Melba Prevatt left Sun- the

Sunday night with the additionof < day for Ovleda, after spending the

0 new members. i past three months with her MAN WHO

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy ants Mr. and Mrs. John par-I') FOOLS HIMSELFparticularly !
Mr. and Mrs. U O.
bad as their guests over the week ,

end Mr. Hardy's sisters, Mrs. T. Florahome were visiting her parents When it comes to paying his bills. Bad
C. H mmond Mrs.\ Mr. and Mrs. John Prevatt. I credit is like backyard gossip-it

Ings. over the weekend.Mr. I travels fast-and is magnified as it goes along. Therefore the
Winter Haven Mrs Michael and Mrs. Marvin Alford oft I man who fools himself by not

Gttsnnlutee of Passaic N J, On' tontines and Mr*. Paul Prevatt1 I I paying his bills promptly when due-is hurting himself far more than he hurt his
of Theresa were visiting Mr. and can
In Jacksonville
Sunday with Mrs.
pent the day in Valdosta, Ga., Mrs. Eugene Griffis Sunday. I creditors. They lose only money. He loses their good opinion and eventually his own self-

where they held a family reunion. Mum. Melba Prevatt and Miss respect.

Mina Juanita McGauley, Billy Ruth Morrell were visiting Mrs. )
1.. O. Tyre last Thursday night. I
Hines Charles Hardy, Jr., and
fra. Charles Hardy. Sr., spent A large crowd aliened an Ice'' MOST PEOPLE APPRECIATE THIS AND THEREFORE PAY UP

r Sunday In Jacksonville wlthMrs. cream supper given by Mrs. S. F. '! THEIR CREDIT GOOD. AND KEEP

Hardy's daughter, Reba, Lee. Griffls Saturday nightIIOOTSEY'S I,

Friends will be glad to know BEACH I Iny

that Mr. Ira Plnholster has been Alton Effie Crawford CLAR-JEAN SHOPPE MAYE'S RADIO
removed from the Alachua Coun- SERVICE S. R. JOHNS & SONS

ty Hospital to hs homeIn Lake' A large crowd from this eec DENMARK FURNITURE CO.ALEXANDER & CO.

Butler tlon attended the revival at Hell- A. M. DARBY'S

Roscoe Parrlsh, Paul Prescott' bronn church last wt>ek. | CARPENTER'S REXALL STARKE COCA-COLA

Hart Winters, und Kurle Stokes, Miss Mary Lois Clark of Hell- BOTTLING CO.HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY|

have returned home after upend'' bronn spent the week-end here DRUG STORESMITH'S

ing six months In the CCC Camp with MUmes Justine and Josephine COMPANYSTERNBERG'S
In Almaden, California. I .;ohnll.I WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STARKE ICE

Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Gay and I I Miss Mary llasklns of Lake GARAGE STORE

lIOn, Gerald and ]Mrs. Enamu Gay Wales spent several days last
were visiting relatives in Gainesville week here with her sister-in-law, ;

Sunday I Mrs. Jean Gaaklns. >

Miss Juanita McKenzie\: of I Mrs II. Renton and daughter,

Fort Pierce la visiting her mother. Allvan and Mrs. \VIIIIe Johnson

Jlrs. S. M Baird and friend here.I I and son Ralph all of Dover, spent. "Pay and keep
Mrs. Hattie Prescott from last Thursday here with Mr and your credit good"U

; South Florida Is visiting friends I[t Mrs. R N. Crawford.

and relatives here. ( Mr. and Mrs. VV FI. Greene and '

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.T.\VF' -MTAKKK. KLOK1UA FK111.: .:.: ._OCTOHKlt.. ::. _!. 1US1_ _m______ ____ __ _'_ -- -- ." -' ''- ---. .-.- NUMRKIl- FOUlS a

t II ." .,? Gayle. Jean Sewell DavIs Boolu Elementary Echoes Living Band Plays for Game' FIRST PRACTICE l
t.I'd 1* H. HarperRepoI'ter Though your years be many,
rll't.t, Hugh Ingram a problem? Write to SIXTH OUWIN.WS: : Though your years be few ON NEW FIELD
I Frank Roblneon She will help All that really! matters Last Friday. night at the game
Pa'' you Hazel Lila
t Arch Thomas Rae and Bradley
: u the H. H. S. Brass Band fillet
has aided Is what
Loral Bennett these whose each you do.
brought a pot plant for ourroom.
-jut Elizabeth Plummer being the night with marches designedto
.1 (Clara Mae Barley published this I These plants are all verypretty Though you have but little !turn a non-football fan Into one
.phJ L. M. UalnvM and add to the Last Thursday night at a light .
appearanceof Or a lot to give. for life. The astonishing perfec-
"I Boolu
of the Tornadoes
practice ,
News our We many
Lie: .inary room. are trying to be All that God considersIs tion with which the band played,
'-'da' KlllInlreworthp.t'I.1 has been worrying good and people were getting the first hon
Willa keep our how live. during Intervals, Is something else '
llePOttrUI want your advice. Last floor desks and boards clean. est realization of Just exactly
To'naend, Jo. Ella Barry I fell out of a We have been studying about -by Edgar Daniel Kramer from the public hasn't had a chanceto how much as asset the school's .' 4
lIHlty Green Lou Jot.rn window GoodhouKekeeplng Magazine. hear and pass judgement on new stadium Is to In
CrewI" AueUn. and onto a cement our early ancestors in history and everybody .
telle since months Football fans
E 1.'k n..lle. and It didn't kill me. I have read ago. the county. They'd heard It talk i
many interesting
-- and Study Hall could hear it on Temple Avenue- ed about '
slowly walked stories in connection with last February; had:
I Study Hail- plain, clear iiulstant. The band At beirinnlnir of .
went noUced.
back Into the Two of the best summer.an 4
were: "The Fire
Our Seniors Where faces stare at books. has seen the last of its "tIn-pan-
Meet Jumped out of a 1st Spirit" and "The Cave Twins. inconsplclous roughsurfaced.piece
and it nearly broke We have drawn pictures! of some Pretending to be concentrating ny" days. of ground they knew was to ,
MARIAN AND HELEN In fact I guess it of these early people: and their According to the looks! --. become: a full-fledged athletic
DOWLINO some of 'em I Lost and Found field. middle of In-
because homes as we think they were. And every now and then you'll By summer
Wednesday around picking them Merry Beth Knight, our class find .erest was mounting. Two months

n a beautiful please. Madam, give president, had several good pro- Someone who really does, LOST-by Green Cove a football ago. Starke citizens were begin I
lullg, February 8, 1922 Mr. I to this exasperating grams this week in the room. Though they're as rare a. pink game last Friday night. ning to take longer looks at the

f trt, E, J Dowling were the Mrs. Searing, teacher. moo-juice FOUND-by Carl Edwards, an stadium-to-be: It was dawning upon

L parents of twin daughter waiting Or oranges with fuzz! extra football on the field. them that it was Indeed.
L discussion they decld- make the man" Chas- We have finished reading "The FOUNDby Billy Dowling. a suit something to write home about.
wme Cave Twins." Everybody enjoyedit Study Hail- in need of mending. list week before last they were ,

a name them Helen May and make the man" very much. We are now reading Where usually calm and silent FOUND-by the pep squad, sore seeing eight tall poles and 32 ,

laD Grey eat RIPE banannaa. "The Bobbsey Twins In The boys throats. enormous lights being raised and

It t the age of four Marian! and C'nlln---..f..rV"..tIdaLee Must break their necks to speak. FOUND--by Lawtey girls, aj J put In place; that marked completion -
D moved to Starke with their i Boolu, Silcox is moving. We And told a million time or one grand time Saturday night. of the project. What had '

nla. The next year they I that "Comes Love, are sorry to lose her. To please refrain from same. LOST-by Ralph Rhodes a few ? been words In February were
lied,;ito kindergsrden. In 1928 Be Done" ? I want We get our report cards Wed. They'd move the building bricks seconds. of breathing. I facts September 20. Last Thur.I I

he age of 6. Marian and Helen me If something can nesday. and all, FOUND-by Arch a new villageon day night those who witnessed! the '

ted to school here at B. H. S. am at my wit's end! Miss Kennedy, teacher. To raise a fuss again! the way to Jacksonville. practice the first at night on the

L will always remember this situation: I'm bash- --. -by Boo. --.-- new field saw that the ones responsible '
i incident which happenedr to Diamond-back rattler .- Cafeteria for the field had meant
first day of school: At re- me more than a Primary Jingles Health Essentials Reopens what they said and had lost no ; '

with so much excitement go- make matters worse, lime forming words into definite
home. After of FIRST Gil AD K Last Monday delicious odors of action. It like 1I
jon, they ran a certain one. And, was exactly coming -
ksj Miss Olive Ray (who waa In he thinks I'm a snob We have just finished our first Care of the healthy Heart cooking food drifting up stairs out of the wilderness and r
work book. In It we learned the To "Kwp It That Way." signified to hungry students that
{ first grade teacher at that speak, but the fact seeing a striking technicolor movie
colors, color names to Even for the healthy heart exercise the school's cafeteria had begun
i, missed the twins. Know- scared to death! I match like for the first time. .
jjiey had never been to school crimson when objects to detect Blight differencesIn should not be over-done. operation* This term Mrs. Sul- .

Ire, Miss Olive couldn't 1me hollering distance. objects, to follow directions In Moderation must be Its owner's livan is managing the cafeteria. MAMMY WIIY-
checking to match like words. rule, Students who eat lunch at the
had do?
where they gone.
fennel Mrs. Dowling to see if ( ) for an answer We liked this book very much. Extreme athletic activities are cafeteria this year will find a for did the the rain decide to stop In time t

r had gone home and sura of (ice cream) Cone. Our workbook was a book of; hard on the "ticker" and no person much better menu and more it doesn't.game last Friday? Usually

|gh, they had. They told ," nursery rhymes. We learned a whose heart Isn't sound as a agreeable conditions than last.
mother they didn't likeI can be done. Simply rhyme for each page In our book. dollar should indulge In them. Cost of lunch Is five cents for did Eleanor St. J. and Jean D. ,

I and wanted to come home. an essay on "How This was our week to have Dont Worry-The "ticker" can't pupils; ten for teachers. get on the wrong side when the
charge of Primary take it and like It, It's A pep squad did Its formation I t
ftarlan and Helen came to You Mean." and be. Assembly so another school with a good lunch.
I 1 here their first two years through the first 'we used our work-book as a guide good way to keep from gettingold room means a school with improved did Mr Williams turn out so

I!then moved down in the have given up the for our program- ; It was as follows conditions and it la felt many of those great big lights '

urn part of Florida with whole idea. : Give it rest day after day ami that students and officials. will be right after the game?

[parents to make their home. Songs-"Jesus Loves :Me" and It won't forget it! Your heart Is a well satisfied with the cafeteria do they have barbed wire along

lived down there for five ,' Boolu, "Morning PI'ayer" by Mrs. Roberts hard and steady worker but. like It will be run under the WPA the top of the outside fence?

Hi Liking Starke better, theyd In a most dis group. all good workers, it will labor this year instead_ of NYA._ t.loolIl\.t Mr. Thornton put a chair
back here in the latter and I wonder Bible verse-The shortest verseIn Itself to death, before it is time- -----. nj out in the middle of the road so ,, S/v

I of 1934, where they began or could suggest a the Bible, "Jesus Wept." If you don't meet It half-way Old Jokes he can sit down? -

I I again. it possible for you The story of Jesus loosing one Watch It---Haye your heart examined dues Grace Dew like red and )

nan i and Helen have growna Influence to keep my of his best friend. (and being at least yearly. Slight "If we are proudof our ancestors bUck (Yep ho was there).

height of 5 feet 2 1-2 in- the paper* Really, I grieved so much) including our murmurs should be detected early It should not bo because: did some of the football fellas :
I They have dark brown hair embarusRlng to Bible verse by Mrs. Roberta in order that your doctor may they came over on the Mayflower try to shave Tracy's moustache '

I Helen has hazel eyes, while neglected-- -catch Miss Ollie Ray was introduced( give corrective instructions, and but because they didn't go back: off the other day. And why didn't
.n has dark brown ones. my upper lip to the group. more serious heart trouble will be i I on I ii.". they succeed ? It 4

e Is some difference In their M&w an object of undue The story of Francis E. WlliarJ,'avoided If, when It i Is examined I Irt "whiMkers" Chastain just a lit
jlit Helen weighs 115 pounds of both open, outward, a religious reformer and one who, It Is found you have a minor Guide-"ThesH are the ruins of tie dlaapp tntt'd that they won the '
irfcui 123. Helenas-lik; ..are: taught the evil 'effects of alcohol heart ailment do not fall to follow castle built by William thoConqueror. game lout Friday? ,
books, dancing and having make Mammy quit when used as a beverage was I your doctor)* orders strictly ." I

j much excitement. Marlan'sare ; mustache to the given. This is Francis Wtllard's I and closely for If you do, you Ralph-"Yes, but I can never inrmriiiT ciiinir. KJIIIM4IM. : ; ,'

: going places having lots In the form of flat- one hundredth birthday although will find your heart amazing In its understand why they built It so "" -. rniriir' nit \II"4)ItIPeuva'rv.

un, attending ball games, catch the point! Real. she did not live to see It. speed of recovery. far from the railway station! ." MTATM n. VioliSt ,. fl
lally basketball It A reading in commemoration of .-- aN CII4 .'al: \".
and -
games my countenance a Dorothmt l.. TIM-KIT, u rnlnni i', by
rtaln Brooker boy. Their her works and pledge to follow Mammy Sez Mr. Williams had run out of gas Alfrvd H Knhlht, her next trlend.
'a are almost alike-such as her teachings was gven by Jo on the outskirts of town and saw Complaln""t
Ing pleune tell,, them VL
lied people and Algebra. not Adolf, It's Romeo. Ann Dinkins and Earl Prevutt 'DIs week I wants to start din ICmmett coming ulong carrying a Lytiwonuati.'rncker.. Jr.,
from lief And t.
Mrs. a
irlan and Helen are talented disturbance has left Ritch's room. column off by giving a little large can. "I hori, there In .iraN. In It ."I"arir'-K-i I hy HII uffliluvlt Ppnn 'k ,;
TS and have taken active : and ; Reading"The Little Bird" by warning 'bout do love-bug. It that can"' hot saUl.i ..le my Dotty Sue Biggs. "I hope there Isn't" K. cause that l/ynwood U. !,
A the has replied
school activities. the with injury. completely devoured Jenelle Turkitr. Jr.. of 4.1 Kuurtli" $treet.
dan was Vice-president ofunlor Reading -" "The Fishle" by Mulchings and Kdwln: Shepherd. K "It would taste punk In moth Wllmiii: IftiiiiBylvunlu, th" dorend'j
ers hoping, Doyle Manning.Rl'adlnlf"Llttle. er's pancakes." ttnt therfelii nuinmt l I. u iiou-rt*..IU.iiCof ,
class last year and Is "Romeo Baker." And a certain brunette girl In de the $tote of Klurldn, ant a rlt.I..nt -
reasurer of the senior class Boy Blue" by senior class says she has bt'engt'ttln' .. .. of Wilson, I'ennxyIviuila, over &< ,
let ; Tommy Harding and lh ace til Iwentyyear. It !I. ,
pantomined "If refuse ;; !
me I 4
Helen you ,
was the secretary of Mr. "Tla not every some first clnnn lessons on h..r..t..r. orI.reI l Unit said ,ioiuresident -
Marcus "
ulor class last by Brown. love from Doris Harrison shall die. year. the such opportunity Song "Mary Had a Little am] Ha refused her. l hy ri.<|ulr..d. t.. apI.ar to tliv Mil t.: I<
'Ian and Helen Haven't defl- for his good looks Jack Shepherd; incidentally these of complaint lied In nalil. cause on ,
made Lamb" by Mrs. Roberts group, 1 lessons took place in front of "J.Ii's. Sixty years later she died. or liefor Monday, the Hth., day of K.: I
up their minds whatare had get you! Remember pantomined by Camella Jane Nf.v.mu.ir, A. It. I03, <>th.rwl... the 'f
planning to do in the At monster? house on Main Drag! Now !' al"Kll.<>ll. 1,1 HKllt hill will ti* :"l
Moody. Chlllun "Children shouldn't perform on taken tun coafannnil l by nalit d..r.ndallt. 1 ,
'. but what caln't you all wait until "
ever they do ing; Announcements "
; for the 1
itt them success. Madam Boolu. ground le moon In high and de lamp am radio. Says one psychologist. It !.> further nrdored that tlilxonivr 'q :
teachers "
by Miss Lilley. low? So many It seems, Krow up b. iiubllNtim once a week fur .}" ,i
Flag Salute., and become adults that Hhouldn't four uuiiDMiutlve' ) work I In the ':!
GRACE DEW two :\ M\VS: Song -- "Columbus" by entire Goodness, dat Coach musta either. llruilforil County Telegraph, ... ",
newufiapor published In '
said Coun
ce i was born I been gonna hold meet In' \,
in the Ameriifospital of the fortunate group. someplace L. M. Galnow.VVeWondeTwhy ty ami M4at. /,
at_jeia.. Honduras only year which has a Monday morning-he was ThlH.. Meptonibor 11th., 1939. I.
Mrs. Roberts. (()I" .UfAI. HWAI,) A. 4- TlloniBH
on May 29, 1923. Her first Her only bad --. powerfully dressed up. 'J'.r.l' < r Circuit C'ourt, Uy J. H. ? I

lo( the United States was us late. We 8KCONI; ) C.K.ADK NEWS Congratulations to dose good ? Ja Kelly.... M.iMputjr feeler$ dork.** Main St., rf." '
lIIe was a few months old. come before the We are busy catching butterflies ole Tornadoes-let's be cordial ..Iack..III.'orld.. .., Hollcltor for, r ,
t.** was four years old she er this week. We are going to fellow classmates and ask Green Juanita B. Is longing for Coinnlalnaat. D.JJ fit 10.21 "'-

'to Starke where her grand week of school we name and mount them so that we Cove over sometime so we can Thanksgiving Holidays School supplies of all kinds for r
ta lived. teach them how to football. Marlon and Helen aren't In a sale at the
officers and decided can display them In the new play Telegraph office.MUSICIANS f
1929 she went to New York election each month. "Science Museum." Ha, ha! parade. They know the stepa so

he went to school. She of school has past and We've learned a new song anda Take note: Jean Davis sho'' well. :

over the radio on several for new officers. game about caails. We's learn looks good In red-no stuff! Dot' C. was so thrilled Friday !
"I, "aDd took dancing slng- : Andrews ed many things about snails Caln't imagine what was de P..1'! Could it have been Loran?

aid music lessons. Hundley In the too! mater wid Sadie at noon Tuesday i Brooker was represented at the FOR SALE j t.

has traveled extensively In Patsy Roberts Kitty HogHed teacher. Grace looked as nice at de game football came so well.-Juanlta () :
'I1ited States Canada the Andrews a.. Friday night. and Charles, Muriel Lee and J. aHiAI'I

IIIdles, Central and South Rivers Hundley One more day In the first month Tracy you sho' better put a W. and Joella and Cecil. I

ca. Every summer she and Treasurer. of school, and we are tied with cage over your moustache I I It Odessa talks so much about A HUUK: TROMBONE
to visit her parents in Tela. used and Margie Mat- Miss Kitty's second grade In at liked to have been the end of it Waldo? Come across Odessa. NKW MKCIMNISMiiitAnrtmu 1

"rat In 1934 she came to ting! tendance. when the football boys jumped on Francine was looking forward .'

from New York and at- the room seems to be Mary Knowles, from St. Petersburg you the other dayl I I to the game so eagerly? -

Bradford High School. In football line. We came to our room today Sho' was cool weather to startto Mr. Williams was so happy Friday IIAKDWAKR .
her mmer of '36 she went to assistant man- making thirty-one pupils.' school Monday mornln'. ? COMPANY 4
Parents and friends grand players. Jo Ann Dlnklns brought a nice
!* In Mammy thinks dat and Manse snd Estelle M. didn't
1 and made a Car- Ing out for this future Rhodes deserved a little hand lie the game?
Cruise, our We like
At Library. to have
Doris Mae and Iva Mae ------i
de are so
way dey played Friday nlte.
ia Mrs. Ritch read from It.
J a the the class officers
:* great lover of music Mrs. Rltch teacher. McKinney, don't let Green Cove blue? Come closer Jacksonville. BUSINESS f S 1.1
and likes to travel. Her : "I'et you down." The Seniors can hardly watt for
'It ambition Is to study lan- onto Lee Cone. Margaret where were dis October 20? Those rings t ,
] lao> >Irk la diplomatic of E. Mosley. TIIIRII GRADE NEWS week-end ? .-- DIRECTORY : 1,1M
We want to thank
Sh and Johns. Mr. Powell _
: plans to enter Col1niverslty First Simpson. j for fixing a nice cabinet to be Keep sweet What Would Happen
in New
York. Mammy. ...
used In School "L.
our Primary
Cove -Hazel Smith. as a --._ If:
"Science Museum.
GK.IDK w JVKW8 We have been studying rocks Library FeesWe James -
OUR : Johns didn't sing "Well
MILK and minerals and have collected
its! first semea- All Right" ? Azknows:
on : many different kinds for our wish to compliment 8A on Frank Crews couldn't have

yell Bagwell. museum. having been the first class to pay played football ?

Betty Jean Wade. all their library dues. We are also The moon got In Ida Lee'a .
fD English. LUNCH happy to give 128 the honor- eyes? I
Wimberly. In Princess Anne. Md. (population able mention for being the second I Sam was In love _

their Jackson. 073): 20 sixth-grade pupils class to reach this goal. Alice P. wasn't always late? 5et
Wom large Strlngfel- lost their recess period. Reason< : As we all know It Is necessary All the 10th students passed
f Equalled day they had been caught Improving to pay this fee so that the school Modern History?
their diet by milking Sheriff can keep the books In good readIng Doris
I er. of the eighth grade didn't think a lot of Jack COCA (.OLA
:' George W. Brown'u prize Guernsey condition HOT. CO.
.: ;'passed : ) pupils this year buy new books Shepherd ?

I the and Maxim- Tony. into paper cups. an they are published. ::101,..' Sponholtz would pass all WE ARK .
: j wilt\ -- -" -- ---- I j Time the '.V- .>ky! Marar.m.:; We wish t'> urifc: nil jitudenfouhu hU KlU'lentH I in Biology?! nESCnIPTIONr'XPfonTS '

F : :: with > !I i I ti-v wotH gam1 I f -- h .vn'f rmil: 'h' ir ,du- < '" TSON'S. ,!,1s.I '' '' '' i i i"i> < lr Kin, ,) ,M"nr"'lf.ra-. ,rr"! 'a'jfJ'* ,"p < '|i llf kl't.I t.4 f r', "'Hf! 1-1 I h"If "i 1 .1'i '''''' i tit\ .. r :",.,,. carrmn II
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= Baptist Missionary Union Carolyn Callstreet Add Nlcknam-City:

IIIII! SOCIETY and CLUBS J Holds Annual Meeting (War Dot veteran, \?' gel, Reg,'J

... The annual meeting of the Wom- Sapp sal "Jln, (
-.. -. -- an's Missionary Union of the New Sees All Hears All, Prints All Wynn-Hazen W..'''ihnv or
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B. Mundy and event scheduli.i. the
Mrs. W. I met Monday, ,
Association u

Wedding Davis-Fox Joan's latest: After scrutinizing noon in oay att
Wynn-Hazen and a big Ham ,
Mrs. G H. Sale Honor October 2, at the Pine Grove Bap- Congratulations n
Plans Announced Mr. A. C. Fox of Melrose, Florida to all persons responsiblefor the bone out of a chop of steak, Mundy and Dut, ..ni," Le
Church. bouquet
Hallle announces the marriage of Miss Elaine WynnMrs. the smooth success of the (fried rare) she remarked "That a china showci,, <. ,I KI named v.

t ti? The marriage of Miss Purvis his daughter, Josephine to Clarence W. B. Mundy, Jr. and A very interesting program on the New B. H. S. cow certainly wasn't anemic" day afternoon Ii1nl 't'hu'

Elaine Wynn and James afternoon M. Davis on Thursday, Sep- Mrs. Guy Hinton Sale of Tallahassee was enjoyed and the Rev. Lloyd Gridiron program last Friday night Mr. Charlie Pender joined the Gene (our eiiitu ,

Hazen will take place Sunday tember 28, in MelroHe The cere- entertained in honor of King of Orlando, special guest (the prof), Mr. Whit-, marines last week He'll be linotype studies 'hI \finiShed
w t October 8, at five o'clock, Rev. his listeners with a beau- week| {
Church of mony was performed by Mls Elaine Wynn, bride-elect, temore (coach), Mr. Atkinson missed in these parts Charlie's Wife Hazel left! ''h.> .<- week |
In the First Baptist Williams, Pastor of the tiful solo. of- Gene for w j((
shower In
will Thomas with a china and crystal (ticketaeller), the squad the versatility is measured volumes a few iav s
Hampton and the ceremony Rev. Charles First Methodist Church of Mel. Thursday afternoon at the home After the program a business ficials, cheering section, the band He can do everything from before returning imt 'It\ Blgl,
be performed of the church rose.The of the former on Cherry Street. meeting was held, at which time should be very proud an ex- sign painting to playing the B. H. S. Is playing

Robinson pastor will be couple spent a three day Red radiance roses were used the following officers were elect- cellent beginning an admir- church: organ Lake City to-nigh' I ootball''I I

The wedding music and wedding trip in Keystone Heights throughout the lower floor of the ed for the insulng year: able attendance, too, for a rainy Speaking of talent Betty In' ya there *;, : be "
played by Mrs. L. A. Canova and are now at home to their affair. The Wilson, week Drag tk!I .D..
will be Mrs. Ethel M. home for this lovely President, Mrs. L. E. night Did you hear? Stringfellow (the beautiful blond)

the soloist The bride will be given friends here in .Starke.. hostesses and bride-elect received Gainesville. To top it all we Won t t Is quite an artist Had the .

li u Biggs. by her brother-in- informally, Mrs. Munuy wearinga Vice-president, Mrs. L. G. Grandstand Gab There's pleasure of seeing some of her Typewriternoons, r
in marriage
law T. E. Duncan, of Gainesville; Hunt-McClane EngagementIs teal blue dress. Mrs. Sale a Powell. Starke. Milton and Mamie Brownlee, over sketches the other day Think paper, second nests adds
and will have as her matron of Announced Recently black spectator sports model, and, Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs. from Gainesville (Milton playedfor she's got something there machine paper at Bradford

honor Mrs. Guy Hinton Sale, of Friends here of Roscoe McLane, I the honoree's dress was a Molly- W. C. Carr, Gainesville B. H. S. a few years back) Chit Chat on Call Henry

.' Tallahassee, and as bridesmaid, Jr., of Gainesville, formerly of neau model in powder blue. Personal Service Chairman, DeWitt C. Jones spectatln', "Eternal Youth" Manossa In town

Mrs. James Rltch, of the State Starke, will be Interested in the Contests and games entertained of Mrs. J. Ml. Bradley, Ralford. his home has been In Gainesville' on Tuesday J. M. Alvarez
the shower
Farm. Mr Hazen will have as following clipping taken from a the guests until Mrs. for years but he continues his interest taking a sick leave from the store
:his best man his cousin, L. A. recent isxue of the Times Union. china and crystal was presentedby Margaret Fund in Starke's doln's year after )I Glad to report his health im- Trade
little Joan Dinkins and Madge H. B. Arwood, Lawtey. you
.. :Brown, Jr., of Brooker and the "An engagement received with > year Martha and H. C. Wall, proved Ed Silvernail, and
Interest Is that of Mills Joyce Brownlee. The gift presented to White Cross Chairman, Mrs. W. hand Lot of
ushers will be Winfred Hazen, Tallahassee, on Johnny Redgrave in town, tuningup
ij, and Hunt, lovely daughter of Mr. and the bride-elect by the hostesseswas H. Bussy, Gainesville Greencove folks here A. W. their trucks for taking produceto

brother of the bridegroom, Mrs. Emmett Monroe Hunt of a vegetable dish matchingher Mission Study Chairman, Mrs. I Anderson humourously entertaining markets Old Razor

Resale Colson, both of Brooker. Sanford to Roscoe McLane, Jr., of selected pattern of china. R. A. Thomas Starke. over the mike Little Carl a
Flash .. Miss Arline
refreshment carried Friday
The course
t't Gainesville, the announcement Stewardship Chairman, Mrs. J. Lamarr Johns, most interested
U i Teachers To Be Honored having been made by the bride- out a color motif of green and P. Wyrick Lawtey. spectator Grace Dew do in' Mann strolling down Walnut St.,
In black lace
elect's yellow and the individual cakes Chairman, Mrs. She'd stunningly stylish a '
1y At Woman's Club parents. H. T Club some high stepp In' .
dress set off with a string of CARPENTER'SGet
bride's ,
with rose.
topped a
The marriage will be an Im- were
Malone, Raiford. marvelous drum Majorette
of faculty of the make a beads In
Members Delicious pineapple sherbert was those new a
portant event of Wednesday, October Orphanage Chairman, Mrs. T. Perryman directingthe
r Bradford County High School will a cut for a
; Ir, 11, taking place In the First served with the dainty cakes. Mrs. B. Harding, Starke band, and doing a good job bright green
:' be honored guests at the first Presbyterian Church of Sanford. James Ritch, of the State Farm, Leader Mrs. A. better cameo setting .
Young Peoples' it the band is much
of Starke'sWoman's ;
regular meeting will Mr. McLane Is the ion of Mr and Mrs. C. M. Mitchell, of Talla- E. Llghtfoot, Starke. than last year Elmo Struth Appendectomys a" la Carte at X215allowance
Club. The meeting of Gain hassee, assisted the hostesses In S. A. office .. Abbie Harley -
; afternoon at and Mrs Roscoe McLane Publicity, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Is a good scout endowed with the F.
be held Wednesday club auditorium esville. He ia associated with his serving refreshments. Starke.In that willingness to help Didn't a couple of weeks ago and
i 3:30: o'clock in the father In the construction busi- Invited to be with the honor an Impressive installation tell Elmo that Time now Ralph Cox Ralph ia in
s Mrs. ever on
with the prenldent, anyone
i Miss Elaine Wynn. were: Alachua County Hospital Gain yo
chair, ness. guest, service, Mrs T. R Leigh, presi- Marches On ? ? ?
i K P Duncan, in the Mrs. L. A. Wynn, of Hampton, dent of the association installed Bells Miss Joe Fox esville Speedy Recovery I purchase of

.' a Mrs. E. K. Pertymun, chairmanof Modern Woodmen Have Mrs. James Ritch and Mrs. San- the new members. Wedding and Clarence On the Lake Judge and ,
has charge of the pro (Mgr. Jo's Lunch), i
ford Rltch of the State Farm Mrs. Leigh also announced dur- Mrs. A. Z. Adkins home from a
House Mel-
Open MeetingThe said "I do" in
that Davis, Lawtey
has announced
4', gram and Miss Marie Thede of Lawtey, the business meeting that six .
ing visit in the Carolinas Duagh-
Starke of the Mod- night r
Mrs D. P. Carpenter, state chairman chapter rose Thursday mm
Mrs. Leola Roberts of Brooker, to be raisedto
hundred dollars was ter's Hazel and Lois spending the
of Character Education, will ern Woodmen of America held an newly weds have a host of friends
Mills! Mary Lee Wynn of Jacksonville for the
defray them in their
help expenses week-end with
house in the Masonic who wish them happiness
speaker for the aft- open meeting In Starke,
be the guest
b \ Mrs. T. E. Duncan of Gainesville repair work on the Baptist or- Kingsley Lake Kottage Mary
Hall\ here Wednesday night, .
; o, ernoon. Mrs. James Hair of Lake phanage at Arcadia. The Starke Lucile Mitchell, Tallah a s see. ,
Mrs. L. D. Vining, Chairman of September 27 The chapter had Smith of Sam- On their way to school The
,; City, Mrs. Hogan division is to give seventy dollars spending a few days with, her
members of the
program, will present the Year Gainesville as guests many Modern Woodmen and son City Mrs. L. A, Canova, Mrs.S. toward this fund and the New Priest twins, fine looking boys, mother, Mrs W.: E. Torode on the Aa
to the club members as alike as two peas in a pod .
Books pres. S. Dowllng, Mrs. Rudolph River Association Is to give ten Northside .
several visitors from Starke. would
ent. Andrews, Mrs. Sam Anderson dollars to the next Quarterly Ral- Little Joan Carpenter
The program was opened at 8 of Remarks at Random Edith
Hostesses for the meeting will Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mrs. N. D. ly, which will be held at RaIford bankrupt a "Bright Sayings
o'clock with a welcome address time Rowe back from a visit in Olustee
1 ,' be: Mrs O. L. Beasley, Mrs. L. D. delivered Silcox, Venerable Wainwright Jr., Mrs Hugh the fourth Friday In January.It Children Column" in no

,' Vining, Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs.' Consul by of Henry the Starke Order.. Brownlee, Mills Evelyn Stump, was voted to pay the'"expenses (0-- -.-.---.-,--.-....,-.--.--.-.-.-.-.-...!.
Hildabelle Bence, Mrs. F. F. Mrs. A. M. Darby Mrs. CharlieE. : of the Assoclatlonal presI- e a'e.
The address of welcome was followed
Stump, Miss Evelyn Stump, Mrs. with a talk by "Pop" Lucas,, Johns Mrs A. O Andreu, dent, Mrs. L. E. Wilson to the FLOWERS

A. Z. Adklna, Mrs. E. L. Williams, Modern Mrs. L. F. DinKIns, Mrs. J, T. State convention to be held in with careful consideration
District Manager of the All orders filled
Mrs. T T. Long. Quigley, Misses Etholin and Doro- 'Lakeland in, January.
Woodmen, of Gainesville. Lucas for the requirement of the Individual.
--. thy White, Mrs. Alvin McKinney, The following from Starke: at- rReg
brief history of the Order,,
gave and
attention to promptness I
Bobby Wiggins HonoredAt Mrs. H. C. Hollingsworth, Mrs. tended the meeting: Mrs A. M. Special given
explained what it is and what it
Birthday Party Marvin F. Hazen, Misses Ruth Darby, Mrs. A. E. Lightfoot, Mrs.J. j economy.

does.The and Lillian Sternberg, Misses H. Lord, Mrs. S. E. Sparks,
Bobble Wiggins, four year old next speaker on the pro- Myrtice and Floried Mrs. V. H. Garden, Mrs. Charles'I Mrs. L. G. PowellPhone Price,X12YourRalort
gram was R. W. Whiting, Venerable
son of Mr. and Mrs. One Wiggins. worth, Misses Ruth K1l1lngs-1 Powell Mrs. R. A. Thomas, Mra. 123-J
Consul of Gainesville Camp, !
1 wa the honored guest last Saturday Rowe, Miss Martlle T. B. Harding, Mrs. n A. Lawson I ., ]
who told of the of M----------- -o.M.no -n .1
Sept. 23, when his mother Mrs. Artford Brown, Mrs. A. Mrs. R. A Newsome, Mrs. N. NET Only >19.|
Modern Woodman Camps.A A'I .. ,-
i nt< i tamed for him in celebrationof ----------- ------- -
Durden, Mrs. T. J. Griffin+ I Edwards, Mrs. L. A. Canova, Mrs.
his birthday annIversary. musical treat by Stud Rogers Carrie Ritch Mrs. Harry Hous-' brie Wiggins Mrs. G. W Alderman :0.I I $3.73 ALLOWAN e
.and. his five-man harmonica band,, FREE! to e.nen.t
The living room of the hostess' Of Gainesville followed. This fine ton, Mrs. T. K. McClane, Jr., Mrs: I i 'the Rev. A. E. Lightfoot, AC ol home, where Bobble and his little Ethel M. Blggi!, Mrs. Lex Green "d. the R'ev. Lloyd King. '
group of musicians rendered several GREASE
,. friends were entertained, waa attractively numbers. which were very Mrs; Joe Edwards, Miss Elaine I'l MONEYBAGGUARANTE ,

$, decorated with arrangements well received by the audience. Edwards, Mrs. Mary Geiger, Mrs. '. lovely affair. THOSE WHO USE OUR SERVICEWe DC

of zinnias and coral vine. L. 'G. Powell, Mrs. .O. L. Deasley! \
G. H. Bennett of the Starke Immediately preceding ,
Mra. Wiggins was assisted in en- camp spoke a few words on the and Mrs. Jeannette Klncald. Mr. Wiggins was presented with are equipped to render expert serviceon i

tertaining the young people by Modem Woodmen and several .----- many lovely gifts. generators starter motor complete ig- T'S HERE, men 'lut Aiat"

r' Mr"' Leo Wiggins, Mrs. W. J. other short talks were made by U. D. C. Entertained. ..T11large? dinning,, table was I you've been. waiting. fo -

Epperson, Mrs. L. Watts, Mrs. A the visitors from Gainesville. At Kingsley Lake' covered with aiandsome lace nition and break r.ervice-having a com- last word k 11. in Now Schfck you tin engineering enjoy

J. Barnes, Mrs. Harvey Williams, At the conclusion of the meetIng The W. T. Weeks Chapter, cloth, A beautifully .decorated plete line of parts-Get our prices before faster( ,I cleaner safer, more
And Mrs. Gladys Harrington. refreshments of sandwichesand birthday cake topped with pink economical(have*. DOD"mi.
United of the Confed- I I
4 The guests were invited into the Coca-Cola were served to the Daughters candles resting .in white holders, you buy this service. thin! big bargain.Bdngisysxold
met Wednesday afternoonat
a' dining room for refreshments of !59( persons present. eracy formed the center piece. for .the razor today I
the Lake home of
ice cream and cake. The beautifully .-- Kingsley table. -We ,Can Save You MoneyConway's -
Mr. and Mrs. J. VX. Andrews, and
decorated birthday cake, Hosts At Fish Fry entertained Those enjoying the evening with AUNTED7Carpenter's:
were graciously by
topped with four pink candles, Mr. and Mrs. Victor C. Thomas Mrs. Andrews and her sister, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wigging were: Mr Service StationU. fOR
centered the dining U ble. Fern and Mrs. Leo Wiggins, Mr. and
and Mrs. Harold Mllla entertained I
W. E. Torode.
and :Mrs. Arthur S. Royal Tires and Batteries
coral vine, artistically arranged several friends with a fish fry af Lee Thompson, Miss
around the cake, added a fur- the Thomas cottage on Kingsley .Wild purple gentian and Octo- I, Madge Middleton, and John Depot for Florida Motor Lines Drug
ber daisies were used as decorations
ther decorative note to the table Powell.
Lake Wednesday afternoon. Those .. ...... .
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In the living room, where -------000
Those enjoying the afternoon enjoying the affair with Mr. and
the guests were seated. The *M# # f+# tM #i# MF+r{ ##*# +#f>K}>F FFir + +f tt}>fci fii >Ff f stf vF + +ytf++;+++++M4ss+
with Hobble were: Mary Sue Ep- Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Mills were
president, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, '
1 person, Norma Canova, Betty Mr. and Mrs. Edwin James Jr., \
conducted the meeting. The secretary -
William, Marie Wiggins, Joan of Wlnona, Mrs. Mattie Harris I i
Miss Madge Middle] ton,
Barnes, Pauline Guy, Peggy Ann and daughter Patty, of Green
read to the
the call general convention
p?, Wiggins, Billy Manning, Marlon Cove Springs and Mr. and Mrs
which will be held in
Harrington, and Lynwood Watts. fdwln: James, Sr., of Winona.. kniversaryJai 72"
Charleston, S. C. She also read

pirI the call to the State convention, Ob

which will be held In Jacksonvilleon : )

October 17, 18, 19. As a dele

New gate to the state convention, Mrs.

I.. F. Chapman was elected; alternate -

Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. It

FALL DRESSES was voted to give $25.00: to a

i I girl's. scholarship fund. I

Officers for the ensuing year
were elected as follows: President,

to be supplied; first vicepresident -

Mrs. L. G. Powell; second

i1; t4e ACCESSORIES vice-president Mrs J. W. Andrews .

; secretary, Miss Madge Mld- .
dleton; treasurer Mrs. E. K. per

( ; 1.DRESSES to make youa Perryman; realstrar Miss Olive

ii___ Ray; chaplain, Mrs. A. M. Darby;.
fashion leader. Look historian, Miss Amelia Ray. STARTS MONDAY October

Mrs. A, M. Darby invited the 9thi

;, a for moulded bodices chic chapter to meet with her in Nov- i

v x high neck lines, win i d. ember and entertaining with her All Florida and Southern i
will be Miss Etta Tison and Mrs. Georgia Is Invited

swept skirts tucks, car L. G. Powell.

After the meeting had adjourned 1 ;

tridge pleats, jewe I lied i Mrs. Andrews and Mrs. Tor- S
ode assisted by Mrs. C. M. Mit- -

trims! Black plum wine.gret'11. chell of Tallahassee, served ,- t- COME by automobile, by bus, train or plane by

tempting sandwiches and hot tea .
gold Be smart -
to the following guests: :Mrs L. : all means be at Cohen Brothers bright and early

be thrifty buy a dress A. Davis, Mrs A. M. Darby Mrs.L. .

G. Powell, Miss Madge Mid- Monday morning. See the results of the supreme effort
wardrobe dleton. Mrs. E. K. Perryman,

Miss Olive Ray, and Mrs. W. L. H ; of this large store to surpass previous value-!


i giving achievements. Bear in mind that Cohen's Anniversary -

A JUNIORS t Mr. Orie Wiggins a

Honored At DinnerMr. Sale has always been renowned as an extraordinary

...t-- t Orle Wiggins was the honored occasion bringing impossible
guest Tuesday night when savings

Mrs. Wiggins! entertained at. under ordinary conditions.

Starke's Leading -... surprise dinner party in celebra- ENTIRE STORE OPEN
tion of his birthday anniversary
.t Women's Fashion Center The dinner was given at the home

of Mr. And Mrs. Leo Wiggins at MONDAY NIGHT .

the State Farm.Quantities I I 'See Cohen's
CLAR JEAN SHOPPE Special 16-Page
of pink zinnias and

roses, artistically arranged in .. UNTIL 9:00 Edition in Sunday's Times-Union

? Phone 97 bowls and vases, were used In ,

decorating: the horn for this I ttN..H".ytli .U"I U"U ".... "ItA""U" "' M
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BITS of LOCAL) NEWS Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hart and I Hough, leader Mrs. W. B Alexander devotional period, at which time l

I Mrs. L. E. Maseley and daughter, Mrs. Marvin Hazen, Mrs. there Will! scripture reading, prayer Recipes

j I Edna Mae. spent Sunday in Jack- Rogers Mrs.: G. A. Anderson, Mrs and song.
--- --
-- -- sonville visiting J. C. Manning, R. L. Kemp, Mrs. E. W. Hayes, The business session was pre-

VD. \L Wall spent Tuesday Mr. and Mrs.' E. L. William Mr. and Mrs. James Edward who Is confined to St. Vlncent'i Mrs. A. O. Andreu, Mrs. L. G sided over by Mrs. Pearl Simpson 'reach Dressing
and children spent the week-end Murphy and son, Jimmy, of Pa- Mrs. Green, Every hostess has her own way
IOPvlllf Hospital following an eye operation Hemmingway Floyd circle chairman, and Mrs. L. F.
-MChance with relatives in Wllliston. latka were recent guests of Mr. Mrs. F. O. Peterson, Mrs. P. E. Smith secretary, read the min- of making French dressing buthere'a

-;' .;iii spent Wednes- and Mrs. V. B. Harrell.Mr. Canova, Sr.. Mrs. Pate Gasaett, utes of the previous meeting. Arrangements a recipe that was given to
i'tt1 Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Varnedoeof Mrs. A. W. Anderson left Friday Mrs. A. E. McKinney Mrs. F. F. were made for plac- us by one of our friends recentlyand
LalIt --- Palatka were guests Sundayof and Mrs. Fred Guy and of last week for an extended Flume, Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs ing flowers in the church for the we were no well pleased with

spent TbursJacksonvlle. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Smith. Miss Lois Adklns were week-end i visit with her sister, Mrs. John' S. L. Peek, Mrs. Will Bryant coming month. the flavor of this dressing: that

--I. A DIIVIII+. guests of Judge and Mrs. A. Z. I{ W. Mullin, in Media, Pennsylvania Mrs. Alice Langford, Mrs. E. M. The hostess, Mre. Perryman, we are don't passing like too It much on to you. If t

e Col. and Mrs. J. H.Futch of De- Adklns at Kingsley Lake. While there she will visit many Thomas Mrs. Carrie Ingram, you garlic go
aerved dainty light refreshmentsto
spent Satur- Land were guests last weekendof -- I other friends and relatives In and Mrs. Mary Geiger, Mrs L. U "aorta easy on it.

iZ" Duncan Lake Butler. Mr. and Mrs. H. L Brownlee. Mr. and Mrs. George Bennettan near Philadelphia.Mr. : Morgan, Mrs. Faye Gill, Mra. V. the following circle members: I onion grated

|uk city md A. F. Wall. Jr., of Jackson- I B. Harrell, Mrs. S. E. Sparks, Mrs. F. H. Long. Mrs L. A. Davis 1 garlic clove, minced fine

-- Miss Mina Manassa and Mrs. ville were guests last week-end of I and Mrs. E. S. Matthews: : Mrs J. L. Silcox, and Mrs. W. L Mrs. Hogan Smith. Mra. L. F. Three-fourths cup sugar
ry nwdgh$. Jr.JacksonvfeR was N. D. Wainwright, Jr., spent Wed- ; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall. left Wednesday for Tampa and' Wall.Circle Smith, Mrs. A. Wood. Mrs. W. G. 1 teaspoon paprlcka I
vlSl101 In number four, Mrs, L. A... Halle Mrs. Eula Whigham. Mrs.
afternoon in
e nesday Jacksonville. Miami where Mr. Matthews hat
Canova leader, Mrs. R. O. Kldd,, S. A Weldon, Mr. A. II. Green, 1 1-2 teaspoons worcheatershlre
Mrs. B. F. Burton and small hearings for the Railroad com-
Mrs One Wiggins, Mrs. J. C. Mrs. Pearl Simpson, Mrs. L. C. sauce
KitIpen' Miss Beulah Hartley of Blow- son, Kenneth, have returned to mission. Before returning home
and Ml8a Garner, Mra. P. E. Canova, Jr.,, Ray Mrs L. D. Vining ).fr A. 1 1-3 teaspoons salt d
Biggli Ing Rock, N. C., is the of their few with
.B.I- guest home In Rome, Ga., after they will spend a days
Saturday In: I Mrs, W. B. Mundy Jr., Mrs. T. Z. Adklna. Mrs. D. E. Knight, 1 cup salad oil .
ped Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Johns this enjoying a visit here as guests of Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon in
week. K. McClane, Mrs. Paul Raymond,, and Mrs. Frank Robinson. 1 cup vinegar
nvlUe. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson. Orlando. I I
-- Mrs. Jerry Moore, Mrs. V H. -----. 1 cup tomato soup

-,ndM E L. Molpus Mrs. E. S. Matthews is In Or- Mrs. C. F. Hoover had Mrs. W. H. Smith and daughter,, I Carden, Mrs. Dorothy Nicholson,, Ladies Auxiliary To Meet Blend and let stand at least
as James Lewis Mrs. L. F.Dinkins. .
In Mrs. half hour before b
and Monday lando serving
her son-in-law
Sunday visiting and Mr. Joan Mrs. Sam Anderson and The Lad lea'wdUary of the
Sunday and Mrs. J. ,
vile daughter, Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Mc- and Miss Yonne Wallace of Bryan Pa-i daughter, Janet, and house Mrs. L. H, Jennings,, Presbyterian Church will meet This dressing will keep Indefinitely ;
Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, Mrs Jack
guest'l, I in a tightly covered Jar In
Lendon. latka, and Mrs. Antha Hall of Mrs. B. F. Burton of Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clockat '
Bell Mrs. Earl Mrs. the
week- Searing,
I E On
Lcksonvlll* with Mr. Orr. Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Jennings Hampton visited the Marine I Roswell Noegel Mrs. BIllie Wllk.I M. Davis, with the president, Mrs. .'- ..,I--.-.-..-._..-..eae1eSpecial. .
I employed there. spent Sunday in Jacksonville as Mrs. T. H Slade and children Studios and St. Augustine last I Ings. Mrs S. P. Vandivlere, Mrs O. E. Stansbury, presiding.; Mra.
A. J. Barnes. Mrs. C. Wise
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry have returned to their home In Thursday.The H. H. Young has charge of the
Mrs. A E. Llghtfoot, Mrs. George
of Leesburg
| Howard
H. B. Carlson. program and Mrs. R. F. Clark S
Baxley after
W. Georgia spending Inman, Mrs Hubert Priest, Mrs. .
uncle Dr. j
I meat of her National Bankers Association has charge of the devotional services -
several here of Mr.
week.mtaWord. days as guests W. J. Epperson, Jr., Mrs J. B. ,,
this Marie McMillan of Ocean .
deton! Mrs. and Mrs. T. T. Long. In Seattle, Washington was
Rosier Miss Wilma Alexander
City, New Jersey Is the guest of attended by George C. White of: .
Miss Nell Thomas, and
her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mrs. W. B. Alexander and Miss Tallahassee, State Bank Analyst, Miss Clyde Moore.Methodist In Memory of J. Ebble Norman HEATERS

Rigdon. Wilma Alexander attended the and before returning home Mr. Amy Gone dear father, gone forever;

funeral services of Mrs. E. U White viewed the World's Fair In How we miss his smiling face!

Henry Manassa of Eustis was Jones in High Springs Monday San Francisco and also visited W S. C. S. But he left ua to remember ANDBLANKETS (
and I the guest Monday of his mother, afternoon.Mrs. Los Angeles, Calif. Met Monday AfternoonMrs. None on earth can take his place.
ED TO BUY nil Mrs. C. I. Manassa, and Miss O. L. Haynes and Mra. Not dead to us who' loved him;

Market prices ODOM.paid box'on 247 Mlna Manassa. Walter Weatherly is spend- Mr. and Mrs. Will Blair and Mr. Carl Johns were Joint hostesses Not lost; but gone before.

ea J. D. 331lyr.pSALE ing the latter part of this weekas and Mrs. E. R. Struth spent Tues Monday afternoon when they entertained He lives wttn us In memory,

|ka, Fla. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns the guest of Mrs. Ruth Thomp- day morning in Jacksonville. They; Circle Number One of I And will forever more.

returned last week after spending were accompanied home by Mra The Norman Family.
Arkansas Mission kins in Macclenney. She will return the Woman's Missionary Society
1[Strawberry Plants. Good tho past month in the mountainsof Sunday. Don McCain of Augusta Kansas, of the Methodist church. The .+ ..M 50c Per Week
North Carolina who will spend a month here as
Now Ready. G.: Lomb meeting was held at the home of Christian Church

11. Hawthorne Florida.3t I Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Rlgdon and the guest of her grandmother, Dr. and Mra. O. L. Haynes and Rev W. T McGuire will fill the

to 10-0; Mr. and Mrs. Addison Green- I children and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mrs. Sara Coburn. the living room of this home was pulpit of the Sampson! City Chris- ,i

lee of Daytona Beach were guests; Rlgdon, all of Jacksonville were bright with October daisies and tian Church Sunday morning at

[SALE CHEAP-slide, trom- last week-end of Mr and Mrs. guests Tuecsdaynight of Mr. and Mrs O. L. Beasley spent the ageratum, arranged in baskets I' 11 o'clock and Sunday night at The
mechanism. Brad- George W. Thomas. Mrs. week-end in Tampa with her par- and bowls.
: new J. J. Rigdon. 7:30: o'clock, The public la con >
j Hardware Company. itpEDMEN ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden Miss Olive Ray circle chair- dlally Invited to attend all services -

Mrs. Emma Murphy has returned Col. and Mrs. J.; E. Futch returned She was accompanied home by; man, conducted the program, JOHN H. DENMARK

OVER 40 (andr home after spending sev- to their home In DeLand Mrs. Durden, who is recuperating which was opened with a Bible ---...- '
men) for Rawlelgh eral months with, relatives in from a recent illness. Friends of
Monday afternoon'after a visit reading and prayer, and the subject Monogrammed personal stationery -
jits of 800 families. ReliI Brown's Summit, N. C. here with Mr. .and Mrs. H. L. Mrs. Durden will be glad to learn of the spiritual life lesson at the Bradford County Tele- FURNITURE CO.

I hustlers make good earn- Brownlee. that she Is continuing to Improve. was "Faith." The subject of graph. .
.. ,
Increase - -
at start and will --\1
Mr.'and Mrs. L.A.. Davis "Chinese students and the War" -

Ip Write today. Raw- spend this week-end In Fernan Mrs S. E. Drownlee has returned Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilkinsonand was reviewed by Mrs. W. E. Mld

JiX Dept F AJ- 223 -129, dina as guests of Mr. Davis' mother home afu'ra visit in son Edgar, were dinner dleton and Mrs. J. W. White. An

pile, Tenn. Itp Mrs. Mary A Davis. Gainesville with her son-ln,Iaw guests of tho Rev. and Mrs. W article entitled "Do We Want

R. Wilkinson in Palatka. Friday Peace?" read :Mrs. E. L.
'MEN WANTEDM: 0n t and daughter. Judge and Mrs. A.T was by
,:Mr, and, Mrs. R...S. Colson of ElPasj Long night. They were accompanied Williams.The .
Make from $3.00 toper
,:Te.x.as,.arFguests this week ,..j if home by Mrs E. M. Thomas who business session wall pre- INSURANCEtt
00 day as our dlstrlbuin. -
full of her nephew and nelce, Mr and !I' Miss Gloria Johns and cousin, has spent the past several weeks sided over by Miss Olive Ray and
|: you territory, jor
time, exclusive! territory-If Mrs. .Rudolph Andrews!<<; Tom Ritch,' of Jacksonville, came there as the guest of Mr. and minutes were read by the secre-

(down last Friday to attend the Mrs. T. E. Strange. tary, Mrs Sam Anderson. At
hurry over< percent
[ttfor b Mr. and Airs. W. M. Wainwright football game. between B. H. S. this time the circle chairman paida 11

Writ rue N'tT-BAK$3.00tarts''y fcabferarJ .z nd..fapily.)\ of Tallahassee were and Green Cove Springs. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, state tribute to Mrs. A. F. Balnes, HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY"Please I
of Mr. and Mrs chairman of Character Education -
Jackson-' .w.eek-end guests who has Just gone to her heavenly
1630 Main St., '
N;.Wainwrlght Sr.. Friends of Mrs. R. L. Kemp of the Federation of Womon's reward. For 29 years Mrs.
Florida\' 31 to1103SALE 146'
and Mrs. L. fi -
will be interested to learn that she clubs, Chapman Balnea was president of the

[ : m Alligator!,' cook Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow Mr. returned to her home Sunday aft- vice-president of Section 4 Springfield Methodist W. M. S., ,

.' In excellent+ co.titloA, and Mrs; 9has..F. "Ward; and M; '>>. er an appendix: operation September of the Federation, were honored for 29 years teacher of the Adult

i 8.199 rO. f S cash.. pit.Jdrs W., A. Bonhim, speht Sunday aft- 22. 'She it i, recuperating nicely guests Wednesday at the luncheon Sunday school class, and for 17 -

e Norman care .t-. S.. ernocm;' In Macclenny as guests .oMe. given by the Fernandina Wom- years state treasurer of the W. I

I In, Lawtey 'Florida.' ', J|ltp, and Mra. Tolbert Black. an's Club. The luncheon was held< M. S. TIP TOP GROCERY 3
Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and ; at the Oyster Bar. Mrs. Carpenter During the social period the PRUNES

F. -5, t. : urnall,..fioiu! Clifford iJ-1I1:8: ;JJlorla I \ and Mrs. Chapman were guest4Peakers hostesses served a tempting salad
-, Jdhns and Tom Rltcn or J cksonv -' choosing as their subjects course with iced tea, and were AND MARKET
> NAT SEZ and
: Education" Pound
llet were guests Sunday of Mr. assisted by Mrs. A. W. Redgrave, !
M" .s t 'of tho few who and ;.Mrs.: T. J. Griffin and Mrscarne different phases of "Sectional Mrs. Eugene L. Matthews, and FOR LOW PRICES
aJf you are one f
in the
Wark Club'
1 Ritch. Mrs. Sam Anderson. I t
l 'e alsse 1 the game lant Friday night, .-..i '--**_ ff<* 5c
4 Besides the hostesses, Mrs.Haynes .
$dnt galas .the next one. It will ""tars. 'w."E... 'Mlddletonland( Mrs. Baptist Circles To Meet; and Mrs. Johns, there APPLES, 4 IBs. lOc I

elo your heart good lo we the pro- K&gent"L. Matthews \tf-'Wednes- Society Members DividedThe werethe following members present Pi

_ grees that has been made in this dlty 'for ew'Vork Cit/to Join four circles of the Baptist : Mrs. W. P. Smith, Mrs. I; I

little old town of our I 'never 'Mf. Matthews who has :completedhis Woman's Missionary Society wilt!! Titus Olso Mrs. E. S. Matthews,
dreamed that we would have 'course' of instruction in the Mrs. E. L. Williams, Mrs A. W I BANANAS lOc
meet on Monday, October 9, Mrs
night football so soon., It wath school of linotype. L. A. Canova, leader of circle Redgrave, Mrs. W. E. Middleton l lbs .

biggest crowd that ever attended number four announced yester Mrs. Eugene L. Matthews, Misses i

a game in Sturke and I Friends of Mrs. L. E. Deudonof day. Number one, Mrs. L. G Olivo and Amelia Ray, Mrs. I. P. I
I Illinois, will be pleasedto I Shepherd, Mrs. M. D. Herlong
don't mind telliii you folks, got Elgin Powell, leader, will meet at the HROOKFIEiJ) Pound a
kick out of it.n know that Mr. Deudon returned Mrs T. J. Griffin, Mrs. J, W.
a big home of Mrs O. W. Alderman at
safely home from France White, Mrs. Sam Anderson Mrs.A. .
3:30: o'clock P. M and number
where he spent the Summer on F. Sauls, and Mrs. L. D. CHEESE 19c
K THE TALK OF TilE the liner Manhattan. two. Mrs. H. L. Drownlee leader, Green. ,
will meet with Mra. P. M. Bare-
TOWNWAYNE Circle Number Two was enter-
foot at 3:30: o'clock P. M. also.
Miss Martha. Brownlee, who has tained at the home of Judge and t
s Circle number three of which
MAID spent the past several weeks here Mra. E. K. Perryman, whose.home \VIIITI-3'] Pound '
Mrs. H. L. Hough is the leader,
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. was made more attractive with
will meet at 3:30: o'clock with
M. Brownlee, has returned to bowls and vases of Fall flowers.
Mrs. S. E. Sparks, Mrs. Canova BACON 9c
Better Cost Less Jacksonville to resume her dutiesas laid, and added that the circle of The program was under the direction t
a registered nurse. of Mrs A. Wood, and the
j which she Is leader, number four, -4
$1.98 $2.98, $3.98 will meet Monday night at 8 O'- subject was "Christian educationIn
Mrs. W. E. Middleton... Miss China." Mrs. Frank Robinson t
1 Middleton, Mrs. Eugene L, clock at the home of Mrs W. B. and Mra. 1cLard| S w
Madge Mundy with Mrs. L. F Dinkinsas Perryman reviewed the Fat Back lb. b. lOc(
Line of Matthews, and Mrs. T. H. Sladeof co-hostess. lubject in a very Interesting man- ,,
A Complete Baxley, Ga., house guest of ner. Mrs. Wood conducted the 1.

Mr: and Mrs. T. T. Long, spent Mrs. Canova announced the 1
NEW FALLSWEATERS Saturday In Jacksonville.Mrs. assignment of members to the
four circles as follows: ;

R. K. Mundorff and two Circle number one, Mrs. L. G.

1.' To fit the entire family children, Jan and Wayne, of Powell, leader, Mrs. D. L. 811- .

Priced from Blowing Rock, N. C., and St. COIr: Mrs. H. A. Lawson, Mrs. G. t',
the guests this IV. Alderman. Mrs. A. A. Durden
$1.00 week Petersburg of her brother-in-law and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mrs. J. M, You are cordially invited to visit our showroom: # }
up .
sister, Mr. and Mrs. A H. Johns. Brownlee Mrs. Mae Edwards, -r
Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, Mrs. B. E. *.
,. '
Hatfield Mrs. G. H. Bennett Mrs. y
Mrs. L. H. Evans of Orange "
New Fall Line of has been visiting Ethel Biggs, Mrs. C A. Knight, -
burg S. C., October sixth 1939 : .
HATS In Lake Butler as the guest of Mrs Frank Hemmingway, Mrs.T. '

LADIES Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Register, has O. Goodman, Mrs. A. H. Johns, "";' : .

r returned to Starke and Is the Mrs. R. S. Crews Mrs Clyde ".' 'Ii' .
Extreme and Conservative Law- Priest, Mrs. T. M. Hutcbmcs, rs
S.. of Mr. and Mrs!, H. A. .. .
f guest
Young and Old Mra. A. E. ".
Styles for son. Mrs. Julia Eastman \ and view the new 1940 .

Wall. Miss E. S. Tison. Mrs. L. I'.. .. ..:". '. 't. f 17_

\ $1.00, $1.98We Miss Gloria Johns and Tommy W.( Klckllter Mra. Jessie New- .,' "..,,1...b:"
Mra J.: B. .: ; II. '
Kite '
8OmMra. David ,
week- .
were .
Ritch of Jacksonville ,; :
end guests of Mr. and Mrs.'T. :J. Sapp, Mra. M.L Morgan Mra. ..*;. .'. .:.." .

( fit the family GriffIn and Mrs. Carrie Ritch. W. A. Feeler and .Mra. Eunice y'. s sJ
S, They[ were accompanied home Canova.. .. nt 1 .
PETER'S SHOES Sunday by Dr. and Mrs, c.. C. Circle number two; Mrs. H. L.Srownlee J ,t ,
.. .
I t
". Mendoza and son, Cliff, also of leader Mra. :J. H. Lord, ( .... -
Guaranteed all leather Jacksonville, who spent the day Mrs. T. B. Harding. 'Mrs. R. A. ; 1 rl

Ladies Dress Shoes here as guests of Mr. and, Mr. Thomas, Mrs. W H. Perkins, '
Urs. P. M. Barefoot. Mrs. R. A. '
AS'UNAU.. RAYON ., $2.98IT Griffin. Newsom, Mrs. J. E. Chambers, : : .
-w $1.98 J. W. ANDREWS
to-._ n.ro.enl 3ie.; Employees of the Van H. Priest Mrs. A. :3. Thomas. Mrs. Charlie : ,
N zo Powell, Mrs. L. A. Rennolda. Mrs. .. ,
Company enjoyed a picnic Sundayat .. ... .
PAYS TO BUY ATiTERNBERC'f- the Priest's lodge on Buvraanee C J. Griff; Mra. B.d,Edwards, .

River near Ellavllle. The different Mrs. A. A. :Jordan, ).fr.. George Starke Florida ,;:( f/ r

stores throughout the state were D. Flynn Mrs. Annie Richard,

represented at the picnic. Those lira. J, H. Hundley, Mrs. R. H. 1, ti 4

attending from Starke were Mr. Cox, Mra. W. H. StringfeUow.kfra. 1 t

and Mrs. Clyde Priest and family, Lloyd Green, and Mra. J. L. t

MM Dorothy Clair KlckliUr and Simmons. '. Ii w

----s--- : : Miss Maxine Noegel. Circle number three Mrs. H. L. ,


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_ _t_ I I Florida's county and homei i Is Suggested I The State of Florida met its TO MAP PROGRAM ASKS -
I i demonstration agents ., will hold $350,000 payroll Saturday and Tampa-Selectlon of a theme tJll'Rl pNl)1
COMMON SENSE . I! their annual conference at the I! Tampa-A proposal for a "payless" and drafting a program for the TaIJahassep Y"lIna "
M. Lee announcedthat :
special session of the Florida Comptroller J. ler ot "IYdt
statewide business conference Jackson
of Florida the week of and 110
FLORIDA HOGS SHOW SCHOOL CLOTHES FOR GIRLS University Legislature, in November, to after making all allowances ''nc,
{} I October 16, It was announced today -,I twenty-third annual meeting: of for 'lp"tI, ," IICh
' GREAT IMPROVEMENT by A P Spencer, vice-di enact old age pension legislation, for advances to circuit court the Florida State Chamber of paper \Jon With
;111 OVER OLD "ROOTERS""Pigs By Clarine Belcher was made today by Senator Pat per
I rector of the State Agricultural clerks for jurors and witness fees Commerce here early In Decem- now a 11,
i Extension Clothing Specialist Extension Service. The discus- Whitaker and Rep. Raymond to be made next week, he will be ber will feature a session of the hopes .
l_ in pigs," was a rather Sheldon, both of Tampa, in let- Board will coatmute4r't P
Planning a suitable school ward- sions this year will center largely able to pay $75,000) on past due program committee at the Tampa to lite s lien
factitious remark that became around means and methods of Increasing ters to Governor Cone. bills which now total $588,769. Terrace hotel, Friday, October 6, hnprlson\l1PD'
1 widely popular a few years ago, robe is receiving attention in effectiveness of their The legislators made their request Writing of the checks on the past it was announced by Carl D. Bro- ot sentenced Mr. 101 John .

but Florida pigs are fast gettingout many Florida homes. Since considerable work with farmers and rural at the Instance of W. L. due bills was started Monday and rein, chairman of the .group Is one and Mrs He Su a

of the ordinary run of pigs information is availableon homemakers, Spencer said.A Gray, ;Jacksonville, State coun- payments will be made on bills in, sentence of six pen','' under

and are attracting more and more clothes for the younger child tentative program for the cilor of the United Pension Club the order of their receipt in the MOURN DOG'S DEATII tatlon who' Wlll ask for Co
attention by their quality; con- of Florida sponsor of the movement Comptroller's office. when th, parson
Marianna When "Shlno"
I you may find these wardrobe week includes discussion of prac- ,- lay meets October
/ firmation, and the general satisfaction who here today. Lee IB
was to
Comptroller pointed action dawn and ended his
when con- suggestions for the teen-age girl tically all phases of rural activity, I dog daysat
they provide ,helpful. including soil conservation and Gray /said! he had contacted a i of the Highlands County the age of 12 years Mayor B. L. -- ...
verted into bacon, sausage, chops, i Commissioners who have initiated TO 1"\\
number of who said
land use, livestock and pasture legislators Solomon and other leading cit- I'\ST Dl'E
Dresses for school :
and served designed
other up 81
i and products should comfort and free- development, forestry, !, they were In favor of the special another program of tax adjustments izens turned out for a funeral In Tallahassee, The
to the consumer permit Slate
dom of movement. Select a be- marketing, 4-H club work cl'oP"1 session, paying their own expensesand and compromises under a Confederate Park here for the make a $73.000 payment

Farmers and others recall that coming style which Is simple to boys and girls, gardening and I pledging to act only on the special local law as significant veteran member of the Marianna due bills totaling $588.769.)On
l t
Just a few years ago Florida'spigs the factors to troller J. .
bill. among contributing Dr.
make and to Iron neatly food conservation, borne Improve- pension Eighty-five percent, Police Department, A German Lp reported
belonged, to a great extent, with little effort easy or time. ment, clothing, and nutrition and Gray declared, have signed a peti- the fiscal plight of the state, the ['Shepherd of registered stock, was available Iflel the 1;
to the piney woods rooter or foods. tion for a special session. He schools and the counties. "Shlno' had given 10 years of $3 O.OOO was met He S

razorback class. These hogs roam- Medium weight fabrics of plain will include said only 51 percent Is needed. "We ,can't continue to cancel his life to the service of the de will be paid. ,III the ..rder said
u'' the the woods and fields, obtained weave can be expected to render Speakers represen- of
all their feed from service. The additional cost of tatives of the United States De- The petition will probably be I taxes honestly levied and continueto partment. Now, his! master and receipt ot hIt. IffleA'o) blU
I practically and partment of Agriculture, the Flor- presented to Governor Cone about pay our bills," Comptroller Lee other officials plan to place a supplies at Stall Institution
open, uncultivated land (lest they buying color-fast, pre-shrunk, other !
October 15, went with stated. "We have thought that stone marker by his to purchases have
,//kt, happened to find a hole in a corn crease-resistant fabrics will be ida Extension Service and Experi- Gray on grave per since the peen
ment Station, State Marketing the request that he convene the the Murphy Act was the ultimatein petuate the memory of their current fiscal year
field fence). When Fall came more than compensated by the ed h
session the first In No- tax cancellation, wiping out as "friend July 1. Th' State
their owners would round them' satisfaction gained. Cotton ma- Bureau, State Citrus' Commissionand Tuesday companion who never 000 short fell I
vember. it did close to $50,000,000 of theState's of
failed In paying
others. the performance of Its
up for market and sell them at a terial such as suiting, pique, pop- ber 15 Sep
r+ price below what good porkers in lin, gingham, broadcloth, chambray From the Department of Agri- "We want to give the old folks assets and accounts receivable duty." Lee said "It' appropriation

; other sections brought. Many of seersucker, crash, and percales culture will come Dr. Lee A, a Christmas present," Gray added. from which the State has before will be Octofc
1 these half-wild hogs were of low are desirable because they Strong, chief of the Bureau of "The amount they now receive is been netting close to $1,000,000) I FINLEY NAMED AGAIN make are available

} quality, scrawny and of poor'conformation are inexpensive, durable, and Entomology and Plant Quaran- Inadequate." annually. Tallahassee,-D. W, Finley, of up thai. deficit

: t and Infested with internal washable. Bright cheerful colors tine, C. A. Sheffield and Miss In the 1939 Legislature the "But for any county to continue Macclenny, was reappointed State ...

parasites. No wonder they guaranteed to be color-fast to Gladys Gallup of the Extension Senate passed, 24 to 10, the Holland that policy through the tax yearsof Motor Vehicle Commissioner yes- NEW STUK: IIO.\RD

woul not bring top prices on the light and washing add to attractiveness Service, L. O. Brackeen of the bill, which would have appropriated 1934 to 1938, when taxes levied terday by Governor Fred P. Cone Gainesville., M w

4 market. of the dress. Printed Agricultural Adjustment Admini- $2,200,000 from the have already been reduced far below for a term of four years. While mel of the University of 1M' ,,

q. But things have changed dur- ,fabrics are youthful and gay, and stration, and others. State's race track funds for old the boom time tax bills, seems) the appointment was expected, was name'd chairman of-the;"

ts ing the past few years. Following practical because they do not President John ;J. Tigert of the age pensions, to be matched by a unthinkable to me for such a scores of friends called at the Ida State Board of Examine

1 the same policy they have advocated show soil and wrinkles readily. University of Florida is scheduledfor almillar amount from the Federal policy spells fiscal suicide to the commissioner's office to extend the Basic Sciences Under:]

;ti k_______ for improvement of beef Spun rayons tailored in wool an address on the opening Government. The,bill was sidetracked counties and the schools, all of congratulations and o t h e r s the Practice of the Healing

workers of the dress make in the lower House and which are already In a serious throughout the State sent their at an organization
cattle in the state, styles practical and day, as are Dr. Wllmon ,Newell, meeting i
', University of Florida College of inexpensive dresses Although provost for agriculture at the never came to a vote plight." felicitations by phone and tele- today. Dr John F COM

Agriculture have urged farmersto spun rayon may resemble wool in University, and Dr. H. Harold Gray estimated that the new The Comptroller stated that the graph, describing him as "a man Stetson University was n i

breed purebred Durocs, Poland- appearance, it la not as warm as Hume, dean of the College of appropriation would give 38,000 State was still unable to pay the who has turned In an excellent secretary, with other memb

Chinas and other proved breedsto wool nor as seasonal. This fab- Agriculture. L, M. Rhodes, com- eligibles in Florida an average of deficit In the school allocation due. job and is deserving of reappoint- the board to include Dr.
their beat native or grade ric is well suited to warm clim- missioner of the State Marketing $26 monthly, instead of the aver- Sept. 15th when the amount distributed ment. :Mr. Finley is well knownIn May Devtney. Florida State]

j// sows. Extension and research ate, as it can be worn early In Bureau, is slated to speak on age of $11.71 they receive now. fell $255,000 short of the Florida and was at one time lege for Women. Or J Pei

workers believe that the Florida the Fall and late in the Spring, as Tuesday. Secretary Charles Chas- Only the blind and persons more allocation due. "It will be October tax assessor for Baker County, University of Miami and Dr|

al, farmer's best bet in raising hogs well as in Winter. Another good tain will represent the Citrus! than 65 years of age would bene- 15th before funds are avail- where he baa made his home fora D. Bode, University of Tii

Frt __ is to raise good grade animals or feature Is the ease and success in Commission. fit, he said. able to make up that deficit," he number of years. As State Mo- Emmel said the first examin;

i j crosses. This program la quite laundering at home. The Florida Association of Extension stated, declining at the same timeto tor Vehicle Commissioner, Mr, of the board will be held Noi
generally followed by farmers FLoIUD.UOUND make any statement as to Finley is ex-officlo executive officer ber 4, In Gainesville
The sweater and wool skirt, a Agents will hold Its an- UP AT pos- of the .
now and the fine porkers that youthful costume, la a practical nual session during the week. WASHINGTONBy sibility of meeting the alloca- newly-created State .

have resulted show the correct- choice for Winter school days. Miss) Ruby Brown, home agent In tion due that date except that the Highway Patrol. During the past Calling Card Sale! 100 (for |

flees of this belief. Sets of twin sweaters, skirts and Jefferson, is president of this Frank A. Kennedy amount available would be far his session of the State Legislature' Never this low before

The workers have also washable blouses, when short of requirements. salary was increased as a process resembles engn vi
college plannedto group Epsilon Sigma Phi, the
Washington, D. C. The state mark of merit for an excellent I' Many stiles to choose f fi fro
advised farmers that it takes harmonize, can be used to vary society of agents who have beenIn record
department has in office.
some figures i Bradford County
more than a mud puddle and : the costume as well as to meet extension work for 10 or more plied by the department of com-sup- course of Its kind that we have Telegraph.

skimpy range feed to raise good the temperature changes occur- years, will hold Its annual meet- merce, which offered and we are well pleased r
hogs, that sanitary waterers are ring during a school day. Good ing also. District Agent W. T. ida growers who may for surprise have with the response we have had FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

necessary that inoculation of quality sweaters launder well if Nettles is chairman of this organization years from county agents thus far. We Many Years
attacked the Cuban trade treaty. Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render|
young pigs is the only way to insure proper methods are used. The think it will develop into a very
According to these figures, the EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SEIt'ItEMODERATE <
stock against cholera, that jumper style dress is becomingto United States for the first time In Important medium for keeping PRICES
clean ground is the surest way of the youthful figure. Change AUTUMN FARM: ACTIVITY Is our agents informed on matters
raising parasite-free hogs that will blouses offer both costume variations NOW IN FULL SWING INSTATE fruits history and exporting more fresh and problems pertaining to the DeWITT C. JONES
f vegetables than it imports
bring premium prices, ar\j\} that and simplicity. This dress ;, REPORTS'SHOW It Is claimed that the net- aoil." Starke Florida
good management and proper design is well adapted to remodel ---
effect of the reciprocal trade
feeding Is necessary for success. ing. Autumn farm activity in Florida treaties is
," -- Farmers/ have followed this advice Frequently the same dress can is now in full swing, according to by providing greater net distribu-I I
and the results are plentifuland be worn for school and sports reports to the State Agricultural tion at home and abroad. Presumably a

satisfactory Fine healthy wear. A practical addition to Extension Service from various Florida shares
i hogs have been wardrobe sections of the state. propor- New 1940
exhibited at Trenton any girl's in the play- tionately In the net Increase.
t' at Bon If ay, at Ocala, anJ {i:suit which la useful to wear for While most of the upland cotton Here's
other places in the state and playing, working outside camp- crop has been picked and ginned, I a letter received by a

have brought top prices recently Ing, and doing many home tasks.If picking and ginning of Sea Island Florida congressman from a WPA

? And the way farmers are expand- a matching skirt In made, a cotton continues worker, threatened with a layoff:

ing their breeding and production double duty costume results, using Early orange varieties such as "Dear Mr. Congressman! : You '

programs indicates that the scrub- the playsuit and skirt for any Hamlins and satsumas are ripen- have Just got to save my WPA : LHEVROIE"A

by, piney woods rooter will soon occasion where tailored sportswear I ing fast, and grapefruit, with the job for me. I am just getting by |I

take his place alongside the ex- is appropriate. Choose a harvest beginning several weeks now. If they lay me off for a
tinct dodo. later than in month, the finance company will I I
design which gives comfort and past years, l Is now
_,._ come get my car"
-- perfect freedom, and material shipped. Besides picking _
Rubber stamps, stapling mach- which Is wasl.able. fruit, growers are now in the Time was when Florida 4

ines at the Bradford County Teier Comfortable and attractive midst of Fall spraying activities gressmen could attract con-I'I GB4EIAL MOTORS YAWS

graph. clothing has much to contributeto to ,clean up citrus Insects. Pack- ing New Deal support to

the physical and mental health Ing houses and canning plants are their bills by deliberately stirring

'' rhcchaMALARIA of the growing girl.Approximately getting ready for a busy season. up the republican house members. I

666 .- Reports from growers and others The minority is too strong now.
lln T 1ay and rellerer Indicate more optimism over Next session. the Floridians. In.
72.5 percent of seasonal --- -- ----------
Ll,.ul.l. Tables COLDS all cropland In the United States prospects In the citrus belt. tend to change their tactics, ---I
Malv Fall vegetable crops are beginning ing non-participation or -
No. limp rmittom flrat| day was covered by the 1938 farm
Try "Rub-My-llitm" a Wonderful program. In Florida more than to flow on to markets In zan support for their pet bills, instead -

Liniment 00 percent of it was covered. central and southern parts of the of drawing party lines, a I
state and, barring unforseen difficulties stratagem which has ceased to be N 'en

large quantities will be dependable. j I the o 4

I INSURE WITH offered for sale,, within the next When Congressman Hendricks yn a Ir styun9

JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT few weeks. succeeded In getting a committee I n

The harvest of sugar cane Is due hearing and a house vote on his iir ,flRSt dl CIiPPYou"

FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS to get under way In the rich Townsend plan bill last session knW; "ROYYoUrll

Everglades area during the next his pension plan colleagues hailed neW
Phone 13 STARKE, FLORIDA few weeks and processing plantsare the move as a parllametary triumph freshing

making preparations for the even though his bill took a $
g' t heaviest season they have had In walloping. The same members

BOREE several years. Some growers, now believe that "Little Joe" will )" .
following the recent removal of let somebody else carry the flag '

Foil line of Caskets & Undertaken Sapplie quota restrictions by President next session, on the theory that

AMBULANCE SERVICE: Roosevelt, are planning to increase the movement Isn't a one-man
DAY AND N1QI1T1S4 their of show
acreage cane. anyway.
PHONE 1S4 Farmers In northern and north- Florida
G. II. congressmen are being
western sections of Florida '
are told by the
"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" census bureau that
getting their hogs ready for Fall appointment of supervisors and

and Winter markets. Porkers are enumerators for next
spring's decennial -
+--,-,- ,-.---- ... .. -- I being turned Into peanut- fields to i census Is their exclusive

harvest this underground crop' patronage. First signs of the new Yith
BUY YOURFruit !, and convert It Into hams, bacon, i job rush already are apparent k10' : $nO '

and other products. Several here. It is asserted that quail 1-1cationa \ : %
I shows In recent weeks have revealed nomYW
will be more strict thM
CakeFOR the great- improvementthat over, and that no appointive jobs

has been effected In thestate's will be open in Washington, any

CHRISTMAS: AND THANKSGIVING swine Industry, hogs that vacancies here being filled from I M
were shown
bringing premium the civil service registers.
prices from buyers. Other stock

NowON shows are to be held during the AGlUCl'LTlnCOLLEOF. |
next month or two.
Farmers and business men in li.
OUR 15-CENTS-A-WEEK CLUB PLAN. many counties of the state are

ONLY 15 CENTS PER WEEK FOR 11 making plans for Fall fairs. give Its county workers and y ec
WEEKS Florida 4-H club boys and girls other Extension- workers the eSt
AND 11 CENTS TilE 12TH WEEK an opportunity -
are hard at work Oe Y
BUYS TilE 5-POUND winding up to keep abreast of the vd I
their projects for the dollar the
year get- latest
CHOCK FULL OF FRUIT AND NUTS. development in using and n In dpgeiI
EASY ting their record books in RS'f !
shape, bUY
dealing with the soil, the Unl-j r ;
PAYMENTS: COST NOTHING EXTRA and making plans for achievement t blgyest r
sity of Florida College of w $
COSTS $1.79 CASH Oil CLUB PLAN. day. recently opened Agriculture special- four? kn sae the Pr's

Hundreds of boys and girls'have monthly ''
course here under the led
PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW left their farm homes during direction of Dr. F. B. Smith, pro-
the past few weeks to begin or fessor of soils. ,

A & P Food Store remime of their"Florida studies Florida at the State University once Agents monthly will during attend thi the regular course :

< Collj-co for Women- and other In- 1C'holaQth( \'ear and eights the'
tlitiHon, Of higher I Ioii'r'! U-i\-, i .,rn win l upplt'.a, 1

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6, 1939

JT CHURCH DIRECTORY & NOTES Legion Hall). Bugling and Carpentry; Sonny could postpone Christmas until

Boy ScoutsThe The Scout Band will be presentand Haynes, Handicraft and Path- the middle of February when re-

-, .. render several selections, finding: George Flynn Handicraft tall business is slack. Then move

METHODISTRev PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPAL special music will be given and and Carpentry: Bryan Har- Washington's birthday to approximately

&tYUST7hemgchoolpt E. t.llhtt ot Frank Robinson Rev. Chas H. Allen R8\ Fred Yerke., Jr. CHRISTIAN 1935- 939 Scout year for the buys will sing some feature rell. Safety: Arch Thomas Jr.. six weeks forward or

10, Factor Pastor Rector nev S.Pastor v. St. John Troop No. 70 clottea on last Tues songs Make your plans to at- Bugling and Handicraft: Enos about May I, If we wish to count

E. K. Ferryman, Organist Sunday Miss Ella School J. Sage Supt. Sunday School Supt day evening with a bang. DurIng tend this most worthwhile and Interesting Hayes, Handicraft fed Animal Easter surely if Joshua could

.day schOol den of, Church Superintendent School Mrs. E. M. Davis James Mrs Ira Wilson the month of October the meeting. Industry; Billy Lee, Rowing; and make the sun stand still you

86 ,,Service:'1.orninr Church School Church Roy School Mathews"" Supt Mrs Services Carlisle Sunday 10 o'clock School members of the Troop will be reregistered The Wolf Patrol, Life Scout Michael A. Dew, Rowing; a total should be able to postpone the

11 II Mwre'tr 10 A. M. Church School Sunday School. Worship Service and will begin the! new Leonard Smith, Jr., Patrol Leader a* 20 merit Badges earned during first full moon after equinox

Tralnlnlr p, III..nlnr Morning Worship 10 A. M. 10 A. M. Every 11 o'olocK 8rd Sunday a. m. I' Scout year with a most excellent was awarded the Attendance, September.The March 21. You would then have
:00 11 A. M.
:ServICe, Service. Morning: Worship Sundays __ 11 A. I<[. S:00 o'clock p m. year back of them and a bright the Church Attendance and the Wolf Patrol was the First! Easter approximately the first

.rep yeetlnspientet Service Evening, 7:30: Worship P. M. Sigma 11 Chi A.7:00 M. p. m. Fridays Holy Days-.le__ S:00 P. M. Wednesday Prayer Meeting Night outlook for the year ahead. Advancement Banners for the Patrol to pay out in full all dues''' week of June when you could
D.aY" 1:00: pM:. Young Fsavlfc's M 1:00 o'clock I The meeting Tuesday night was month of September. The Wolf for the Scout Year just ending; wear your Easter bonnet. This

a League Meeting attended by practically every Patrol already has In Its posses the Panther Patrol was the sec would move the Fourth of Julyto

olr)lona rector 6:30: P. M. I MISSION HALL GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored cu race OP CIIHUT! regular member being present, only sion the permanent banners) for ond patrol to accomplish this. approximately August 1. Six

bD II. pow.1ICbalrman Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:30 P.M.I Sponsors: Mr. bjr Harry Pickup 3 boys being absent. The Church Attendance and Attend Scouting Is becoming more weeks after would be approximately -

of pea con. Mrs. F. H. tong, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.and Qulcley Mrs. Pastor meeting was opened with the ance. This is the fourth consecutive meaningful to the boys of our September 15 on which,

r KlckllterCbalrman Organist I J. T. Qulcley Evangelistic Service Bible Study S p. m. Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag month that this patrol has community and to the communityas I you could have Labor Day. This

of Tru.t... Mi*. E. K. Perryman, Bible Study eachruesday I each Friday and Sun Lord.Sermon Supper and 4 The of the United States followed by been awarded the Church Attendance a whole day by day. Let's all would leave two months between
r4 Assistant OrganistBob evening ':00 day evening 7:30: p. m. I
powell ; and Attendance banners Labor Day and Thanksgiving and
I. Q. evry Sunday the Scout Oath and Laws. The get behind this most worthwhile
--- and the third month out of you could fill this In with Columbus
-- ------ = Scoutmaster, the Rev. Frank Rob a poaslble organization and boost scouting
inson, made announcements after four that they have earned with all our cooperation.The Day Then you would haveno
METHODIST MISSION HALL ANDTABERNACLK the Advancement banner. holidays closer than a month
Jones which the boys went to patrol Every meeting next Tuesday night
CHURCH NOTESThe rooms for their regular patrol member of this) Patrol was present will begin promptly at 7:30 o' apart and none farther than six

meeting.A at every meeting In September weeks apart.
clock In
The Bible the Community House,
nent' On hereHereafter annual observance of night was in Study charge of Tuesday R. J. summary of the year's workof I (five weekly meetings being and It is hoped that every available This, of course, let you have full
held this month). rein as to when wish to have
the with advancements
Church School Day was held at Gomes Pror to the service some troop seat will be taken by parents
i of the children accomplishments, etc., will be Two new Scouts were admitted friends and Interested folksof the (minor) holidays such as Armistice
to the First Methodist Church on practiced a few I Into the at this Day, Memorial Day, Lin
not the tendency deify choruses and It Is that given in the Bradford County troop meeting, Starke.
,?more heathen than _Christ. last Sunday morning at the 11 o'- the group will make some visitsto Telegraph of the Issue of October having satisfactorily passed the Come to the Anniversary MeetIng coln's Birthday, Patriot's Day

This question was asked by clock hour with the pastor the nearby cities soon and put on 12th. At this time also requirements for Tenderfoot rank; of Boy Scout Troop No. 70 Evacuation Day. Bunker Hill
be the local rules Scout Steve St. John and Scout Day. Lee's birthday. Jeff Davis
I of the outstanding religious Rev. Frank Robinson conducting I a program of Scripture quotation will printed and thus BOOST SCOUTING
( Mack .. birthday (don't forget the solid
In sometime ago. It so hap- the i Ions and governing the operation of Troop Futch. These boya were .
service. The service testimony. The hour
Jtiut this religious leader has was one I, for the service has 70, together with the list of officers temporarily placed In the Panther Holiday ('hangea South, my friend), and any other
In which the work of the Church changedto for the and Wolf patrols.At days which after all are celebrated -
new Ti
branded by representatives 7:30: o'clock P. M. year.A the Editor: 1
American Legion as a School was reviewed for the past great deal of Interest was the Troop Committee Meet- I For the Prt'lIldent--lIaving readin only on account of traditionand
tbe and for the The study Tuesday covered thefirst since thin
year goals new apparently means
nist. year shown Tuesday night as the plans Ing held on Monday night the the papers that you propose to
beginning October let were for and second chapters of the nothing to you, you could probably -
who will raise the for the City Wide Meeting which Rev. Frank Robinson was electedto move Thanksgiving Day forwardto
y man mulated. During the service the prophecy of Micah. There are change their dates so that we
religious leader will be the Anniversary Meetingfor serve for another year as the middle of November instead .
ion this following took part Virginia many parallels between the conditions could have a holiday every two
the deity oft Troop 70. were discussed. At Scoutmaster of the Troop; Jos. of the last Thursday as tradition -
1 concerning Sewell giving a poem. "The Builder" that prevailed In his day weeks. Go to It.HOLIDAY. i
safe man to f olr I this meeting to which every person Wilson was elected to serve as has decreed since the time
not a and
|II the
t present The
Mrs same
; Perryman and age.
r It matters not a I In town Is invited, special Chairman of the Committee; L. of Abraham Lincoln we would LOVER.
plrltually from the wickedness the same religious
have or what group Children's Division recognition will be given to members A. Davis was continued as Treasurer suggest some more changes In Boston Globe.
titles he may degeneration, the social
of same
which she Is the .
Lastlcal he Superin- o of the troop the new offlcI for the Committee and holidays so that they may bespaced
position may tendent: Mrs. W. B. Sewell evils were abounding. All institutions Half Price! "'n.
Sup Ivory plate
Christ is the Son of I ers announced, the new Scout Hut Troop; Dr. M. B. Herlong and approximately an equal
Jesus erintendent of the Young People's when they become old, formal. 100 for 91 (envelope
not have to deify I discussed, and many other matters Eugene Matthews being other number of days apart so'that we
Man Division; Mrs. D. P. Carpenter tend to degenerate. The Ideals : Included), usually 50 for 91.llrndfnril .-'-
God manifest in { of importance will be revlewjed. members of the Committee.At would have little or no Interference
He was and principles that formed the
superintendent of the Adult Divi- County Telegraph.EXPERT .
this meetlnlthe following with holidays coming too r
Bible teaches
flesh The sion original basis of their organization -
I any prophet who denies that ; Frank Robinson III: and become mere "Shibboleths." !j+ Parents Rotarians troop committeemen Scouts appeared and were awarded close or too far apart Since you

has come in the Patsy Keen. The Intermediate I examiners relatives, the following Merit Badges!!!, have already started with Thanks
i Christ They form a clique that make 1
Department presented as their gift of the and friends Frank Robinson III. Farm 'giving that eliminate
anti-Christ. If Jesus friends boys, Layout we suggest you
_i is an clubs to browbeat others who do
to the
of hand
a pair of Starke are all most cordially and Carpentry; Leonard Christmas* since we have the
j just a man when He was onI not hold to their Ideas. They lose
Him and carved offering plates, this pre- I' invited to attend. This meeting Smith, Jr., Woodwork and Handicraft 'New Year holiday close and we Mower Sharpening
might reverence all their enthusiasm and fall to
Him sentation being made by the presi- I will be held on Tuesday evening ; Sonny Peek Pioneering do not know whether you would II and Repairing
accomplish their original
dent of the Department Patsy purpose. '' 7:30: o'clock October 10th, in the and Carpentry; Buddy Davis, care to postpone the New YearIt
He is God I will worshipHe Then sin enters.! If It Is asocial C. II. NINS
Keen.Near !i I Community Building i American Carpentry; Comer Perrymnn, being HO clone to 10to You
A tend to class
God they
is young manto group
the close of the service ---
leans called Him "good the officers and teachers of the hatreds and despise the poor. Ifl!

er. lesuc said "Why call me Church School were asked to arrange I It Is a political group they turn I|

There rs only one who is themselves before t he to oppression and end up In

and thaI Is God." tyranny If a religious group
chancel where the pastor then I
other words Jesus said '"If gave them the vows of Installation they descend to worldliness > r

not God. I am not good." If and In which pastor officers spiritual apathy and open Idolatry I'' OrN
The l Idols might not be tang
than God He the
at leas was and teachers joined In a "Litany
ible tike the of the heathen
cat Imposter the world ever for Teachers." "This formal Installation I
but they worship abstractions
service for the officers and
that can become just as real.
teachers Is a necessary part of
Such was the condition that
the position of being a teacher or
vailed In Israel and Judah inMlcha's
i the second Epistle of John officer in the church," said Mr.
day They built their ,"" .
fire told that If any man bring Robinson during the impressive high places and worshipped the I >. ,

slage which is not in line ceremony. I Idols of the Canaanltes. Their I I ,' .
i the doctrine of Christ and ,
a The evening service was discon-
connection with the and
Temple ..
n even bids him godspeed, tinued' for this Sunday eveningand the old Faith of their fathers wasa -.,.. .' ;''. ., .

a person Is a party to the a cordial invitation was issued mere formality,-the husk of
the false .Uachef. No by Mr Robinson for air to the religion, of Abraham.We ._ :* ', 1''<
has any right to sup attend the opening service of the .
Iof need to go back to the Bible .
his money or Influence Revival being conducted in the today, to break away from the ';, ',:

he any right to give anyof First Baptist Church. For this 1 dead formality of our modern I '" w !
> approval to any eccles- name reason the mid-week Prayer 'if
worship. The apostles the >F e *" -
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; fv 4 < *
jtal program or any cause Meeting Service was also discontinued prophets, the evangelists and ... rr ; rs' +
h i to not In harmony with the I'' for this past Wednesday. preachers of the Bible who

1 of Christ. I On next Wednesday evening Pray-I preached the burning messages .

r a number of years I went I I er meeting will be conducted by from the heart of God could not ,, ., z&M

d 1 down this country preach.the a group of the Young People of preach In the synagogues or other ,,: <<. &

Gospel of the grace of 'I the Church as a part of the observance established places of worship, but ..... ,: d'X'y ,

and fighting for old-time of "Childhood and they were driven Into the open. ,,><.,'
geUcal orthodoxy Yet at Youth" week They preached on the streets on

'ame time I was supportingmy On next Sunday morning at the the hillsides and everywhere they ** .

money the entire pro 11 o'clock hour the pastor will ad- found hungry souls. This has

: of my church knowing that minister the Sacrament of the been the history of the church.

t of the program,was model Lord's Supper. A most cordial John Wesley and his brothers

j and contrary to the Gospel. Invitation is extended for all our Martin Luther. John Knox and all aVI4

de up my mind I would notrt I people and any others who will the reformers had to preach with ,

any program of my own Ito come and worship with us in the sky for their roof. "Go Into ,
ill or any other church that I I this service. The evening service ] the highways and byways and

not exalt Jesus Christ as theof will be conducted by the pastor compel them to come In." Not Into

God and does not believee and will begin promptly at 7:30: the churches but Into the King

necessity of the new birth, !, o'clock. Please note change of dom of God, rw"

does not stand for the old-,j i i time for the evening services beIng TAIIMtNACLK: ; : a." }

faith of our fathers. It Is changed from 8 o'clock to Friday night the studies in I, t J
'& for any religious leader toeace 7:30: for the winter months. Micah will be continued. The 'r yFsBeM

i any member of a church On Thursday afternoon of next I children's chorus will meet at I 4 "
f'PPort' any cause that themember's P. M., for brief w J
b week ( October 12)) all the members I 7:00: o'clock a Not II _Is

conscience does of the Young People's Divi- practice. Tlur

I approve sion are expected to meet at the I Sunday night there will also bea /"Mwrr /*/
'ery cause In every church church at 12:30: o'clock to join a service In the Tabernacle. The by all till ixlra ",../.. which, Cresol Molar uitnd' anJ Bunkworkmanihift tan prwiJi Q !?".. 'Tra.rp.rlalasbauJ railralti
.d 89 on ,
stand on' Its own merits motorcade of Young People from service last Sunday night was tJI I' I
lace "'All (if sra.J.1)).
[ every attended. The subject was
Individual Christian the Garfield Evans League UnionIn I well J/i'll"J oflltl.il itHifmiml I

'Jd decide In his own heart making a trip to Enterprise, a timely one and great Interestwas you couldn't do what we newed our vast modern plant asJ sp MidII"J aertiifrin-ultra. I

Cod wishes him to support the site of the Florida Methodist manifested. N at Ftmi, Prit'il wbrdntaspavuh.erscud/.
| every Christian should with Children' Home.A wanted to do, and do it cheap. all over again:-put eight million !

upport from cause BEQUEST new dollars! on the lino; the I .
b la contrary to the any Gospel most cordial Invitation not otherwise Is ex- Lebanon Ohio Mrs. Louella You couldn't set out to top the field Buick line for 1940. I

"i Christ. affiliated tended to with everyone a Church In Starketo Paugh'a will filed for probate, focusing on how much you could put You get a marvelously! engineered I

Nta-the-- -. make this their Church Home. left her daughter-in-law and Mrs. in rather than take out-and with What did we get for it? Hather chassis, keeled like a battleship with I
brief Helen Paugh, a rolling pin a
r fastener-at the ease Bradford with a Come and worship with us at any potato masher. accustomed equipment keep cost! ask what do :you get? Listen. its torque-lube backbone. 4 :

ty and all of our services. down. I
BUS SCIl ED!: OLE You get for your command that surging i

THE a. BO FLA. STATE FARM North Bound You couldn't micro-balance engine., You get a big beautiful brawny car soaring, millrace power of( the i
a n r4af Ry Slit< ,* Fn/a: Weaver Leave Starke: 2:45 a. m.. 12:33 heavy-up frames and running gear, styled: to knock your eye out-the matchless Dynaflash engine now I; (
m., 1:50: m.. 3 p. m... 6:13
p. p. fashion for them all next
bodies pattern balanced after assembly
strengthen Enrich upholstery
Among those attending the p. m., 10:15: p. m.South << t
Florida-Stetson game were: Mr. Bound and fittings, improve performance, year just look around and tee. to micropoised perfection I

MtlNTrertr and Mrs. Ivan Hazen Mr. and Leave Starke: 2:20: a. m.. 10:20a. : better the value per inch, per pound f

Mrs. Jim RItch, Enzu Weaver m., 2:20: p. m. 5:20: p. m. and per dollar-and do it with last You get a car that positively glitters You get 72 new features, and more. tit i I I,

Rivers Hundly and Joe Allen West Bound to TaUah s.ee its brilliance of action, modern as You get pride, joy, satisfaction and j
Starke 3:33 m. arrive i year's
Vii. w Landers. Leave : p. | television in the wondrous way it thrill-for here you get Buick at its
siC Merits.KUIIngsworth .' Starke 12.33: p. m.
i Misses Edith of Rowe Starke were ) For free pick-up service (within So we faced it, retooled and redues things. unbeatable best. I I VC

Weaver Sun city limits) phone Lacy Conway C
of Miss Enza
? agent.!

turned day Mr.afternoon.and from Mrs.a two Bob weeks Kite have visit re-1 in ,I FLOWERS I REGISTER MOTOR, CO. Starke, Florida'Or" r rI

BEADING HOTEL North Carolina and Tennemtee I FOIl ALLOCCASIONS I I
Mrs. Ann Peebles of Jacksonville i
mo! a ar.ea.a, I.. dinner guest of i I r'J
wa Sunday I IN ANY
SUMMER Mr. and Mrs. Felton Mills DESIGNS

COMFO. ) a..uta, Every Miss Enza Weaver spent Tuesday -
roe" with t.b en.i'I' friends. ,
show,,, e in Jacksonville AI.o .1owfOr.
Mrs. A. F. White of Ja.cklOn.vllle Ulrrd to

e Is visiting her mother. Mrs. AnylxxlrAnywhere
earyIc.emu errs... McLendon and brother. Psul Me- I I I

ronlue suds Lendon. For Any
COCKTAIL LOUNGE end Mrs. Bouvla left Tuesday( to OcwaItlon311tS.

COFFEE SHOP visit relatives in Miami. '
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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Russell- KayTOO : I -Two Ford V--s-: Cars for 1940, Presented I II etraordimno reading American thls" ', HIt/pel can c'IftordCo! l t

1877 I of 1039-40 prtze"Counlt

LATE I \ i L ''Wv..,
and Entered as Second Class "V 81
Published Weekly on Fridays Partridge I I.
TO CLASSIFY ,11'11111" 'I,
Matter a-t the I.o wl Office at Starke. Florida a New Best t ?, ,c' th e t

.. laugh t,, I '' It
ahead and
'- You folks can go peoplf
excitement, ,, rl
SUBSCRIPTION RATE worry yourselves gray over the American "R one'
of Poland and the :' ,ls
invasion haul.
Six Months 75c-Payable fn Advance ffiRy, this tiui wet k.
Yearly, $1.50; Cy stun
European mess If you want to, but + H # of t
and of U""Jwith
Advertising: Rates on Application if you are smart you'll forget it of eight Judg, i 1'", 'edge the f
and start frettln' about the "INVASION" n s,lre.: who knee more
ahrY less about an
-- of Florida that is flxln'( his;' nelghirors th

EXPERTS SAY UNEMPLOYMENT CAN HE SOLVED"We to take place this fall and winter. a warmly body elite hum..?,,?' page ::
Unless I miss we are w ( n tad
my guess { humoro,
are convinced that the unemployment problem can x "The Strang.
have down here
gonna an army PIaMy
be solved by democratic means. We have come away with this winter that win! make Mr. Leonard Q, Russ, Visit ;
: America's w
a new hop and confidence in America." Hitler's look like a mere trifle- .- creator of dizziest sPOil td:
beautiful words words that an army of tourists that will ,, : Hyman Kaplan
Those are hopeful I is a series of .
the state like ants | tdVentures 'In
swarm over c ,
sing like music. They are one of the conclusions reached bythe I tastlc Amei,u
over a picnic lunch-and If we ealilies
fourth "Fortune Magazine" round table. These round II "Magna'
don't start makin' plans for their oZona Cal i,

table discussions have been interesting from the start, the. reception we may find ourselves ]I depth Postliumous and novel jf' un!Ul1

procedure being to assemble a group of leaders (in this case! as bad off as Poland. common people warmth, of life !

17 of them) in many fields, discuss fully a problem, and then I Fortunately we won't find It It is an nppn.iing tn story qUiet t
necessary to busy ourselves In the love of/
find the points on which substantially all are agreed. The building of bomb shelters or the Magna Pentner alr .,:

presumption! is that when you find points on which all men construction of a defense line at gaged handsome to ,Dole dashing/ Main, mpt'

c,f a varying group agree, you've got something. our border. ,. from the Hebrides COUlin and

These men were as diversified as to include Clarence Instead we can erect "Wel- A .'R'gttAO3b that one can love two< men I

Francis, president of General Foods; Sidney Hillman, presi come" signs, provide additional ways. To her. Alec ? ro,I
accommodations, and plan entertainment 2 j strange and
dent of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers; Senator Joseph for these guests who 4' ti talnty. seren.exciting. md ; Bolo i is

C:'. O'Mahoney; Edward A, O'Neal, president of the Farm come to us seeking only rest and e.--t Is the last tell,m i study endurta{

Bureau Federation; Boris Shishkin, A F of L economist; recreation Instead of shrapnelthey'll r I author of .lls. Lulu Belt b
down barrage of dollars -
lay a I You
Nelson A, Rockefeller, and others equally)] assorted. l ''ed books may from se 'ir. the abovt

Yet they agreed on hope of a solution of our one great In many Florida cities toda : brary. VOur Pubh

economic problem-unemployment, under a democratic regime there ia an acute house sh .I .
and the demand for accommodations Holiday ThunTa\\
and by democratic methods. y'a
this winter will be the greatest The Florida
Further, they agreed that the social gains of the past in our history. It Is a sill not be opeu Dank fur burin at I S

few years must be kept. There was no talk of "back to time to get that spare room Thursday, October 12, cut .
shape, add a sleeping porch, and I II Day. a Legal
1929" either business labor or farm leaders. "The Holiday In tttl
among ,
fix up the house so that when your Above are pictured two modelsof the last word in automotive style, night driving. Both 85 and 60 of Florida,
area of agreement" among these leaders accepted what local tourist bureau or chamber the 1940 Ford V-8's which are convenience and economy all of I horsepower motors are available,

people generally have accepted-it is no longer possible to of commerce calls you can say, displayed today in the showroomsof which are embodied in the 1940 I and the cars with 85: horsepower IX THR] ('UK'I II' ,...Ii RT I
"Sure, I've got room for 'em, J. W Andrews, Jr., Ford Dealer Ford cars Among the important engines have improved spring FOIl III M>M>lt|> IIII'
get "back to 1929, and not desirable even if we could. We pLOltllt. hK.IITH Jill:
here features gearshifton suspension and a torsion bar ride- HIM' 'f
send 'em over. are a finger-tip til IV ell "("I'R': ,
must do better than that. Each season sees marked Improvement Mr. Andrews has extended a the steei ling column, a new ( stabilizer Four Ford V-8 and I Carolyn PlalnllrrTahnadl Woodward Traywlck'

The group agreed, however, that neither social legisla In all types of transportation cordial Invitation to everyone to controlled ventilation system and five deluxe body types comprisethe (I VH

tion nor government spending is the complete answer-that and today the matter visit his showroom and inspectVANUERBILT Sealed-Beam headlamps for safer two lines. I (Defeninn'1 I' .
1 I of a trip to Florida Is simple to NOTH'K 1C) I nEFENDAVI:
all economic groups and government itself must concentrate I IN' THE NA.MF ">K 1HK b
i 1, what it used to be. Thanks to Council Meets NEW BOOKS o r.' PMRII, >I'.KFTIM: '
on encouraging production and private investment. Dusi- modern streamlined trains and City TOTnlmudKt l U> "' ,u, "kk,
ness, labor, the farmer, and government must unite on wage comfortable deluxe buses, people fly Miss elrna Norman -- and Reorganizes AT LIBRARY"Christ re"hl..nc-H I la unknown ami I". ,ffie| ,1

and price policies which will increase consumption and make of most moderate circumstances Mrs. Ellen i Barber and children pear You to are the hen kill'ny, "f requlrtd complti.j.t
In Concrete" is a vivid,
work. can make the trip In greater and Mr, and Mrs J. W (Continued from page one) I ..d herein aNelnwyou/! on or
comfort and at less cost than ever : strong and original first novel bya &Iondav: the flUi da] if Not,
That, as we see it, means that business, when it scents before. Knight end daughter, all of JackIIion'YlIle" and His motion was seconded by Can-: bricklayer. Geremlo, father of A. It II. 1 IN ladA.;further ,rdvred the

profits, should not raise prices, but concentrate on more Better highways, not only in Mrs. F, M were, Norman visiting of Mr.this sec ova and carried, also unanimously.The I eight is killed when a building order County t>f Telegraph publlHhrd Ir n'11 the Bn i
j term of H. L. Brownlee as collapses and his twelve year old
Florida but throughout the country funeral c-lrculntlor .
sales at lower prices-that is wider distribution. That makeswork. tion Sundav.hMarie publlnM1said
make it possible for the mo ; City Bond Trustee expired and a son Paul, starts working as a County of Bradford, OBCIJ
Labor too and the farmer should not seek and Harry Edwards of secret ballot taken to the rest of week for foul 'nniwuilvt r f
pricesfor torist to make the trip much Brooker Velma and was to appoint bricklayer support WITNESS .ni 'hand, and cjHeal
their work or produce which boost prices unnecessarily,, quicker and cheaper than was Milton Norman were visiting of Vanderbilt a successor.. Elbert H. Smith the family. With the first wordsin 1919 this 5th du. if utobtr" ,I IOFFICIAL.

thus restricting distribution and cutting jobs. And the possible. It Is no trick at all to Sunday morning.A I I was elected over A. A. Durdenby this novel we are transported ( srl.. A 1 Thl
gov hop In a car and drive down here a vote of three to two. into the midst; of a strong, lusty Clerk Circuit t'01l1'1rnry.Inravl 10.1 Iio
ernment, while it must prevent abuses ought to large number of people from ''
encourageprivate from the east or mlddlewest and An open discussion was held group of rugged power f u I
investment. Shishkin for instance believes folks this section have been attendingthe natural men, who enjoy and are
that)mote are finding It out each relative to the new postoffice
I I I revival,meetings held at Hell- loyal to each other, to their women -
such planned policies could bring unemployment below the year. building, and It was decided to
Thousands who would have bronn Springs Church during the have the draft to life. They are Italian-
I city attorney a
3,000,000 mark, about the best that can be expected. past two weeks.,:
journeyed to Europe, this winter resolution to the effect that the I American masons on the job-
This is America's great task. I now find themselves all dressedup I I Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Howard and city would not raise or lower the building America., It is an Im- ,

Such relief as war business gives to the l unemployment with no place to go, and a, family of Waldo! were visiting (I level of the streets past the pro- portant book at this time, by

problem is at best temporary. It is welcome almost too large percentage of them will |' Mrs. Howar4's parents, Mr. and posed location. It was proposedto Pietro DI Donato. o
turn to Florida and Cuba. |I Mis. J, M; Manning: and family try to get cooperation from the "Gamble's Hundred'->y Clifford
welcome, because that tends to create a reliance on it. During the period I spent at I, of Vanderbilt this week-end. county commissioners and WPA Dowdy. Tidewater Virginia in

But it is not permanent, not solid nor right. It will the Florida Exhibit In New York I! Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ellis and for paving part of the North Colonial times Is the colorful

collapse when the war collapses. I I encountered hundreds of people little son, Marlon; of Worthington Thompson Street to Jackson I I scene of this lusty romance of a
planning to visit the state this I Springs were the dinner guestsof Street, Jefferson Street between !I young ,surveyor caught in the
Steady, relentless, unceasing effort must be devoted to[ winter, and as a result of our ex-I her parents Mr. and Mrs. F. the railroad and highway 13 and ; struggle between small tobacco

putting the American economic plant on a sound basis. No hibit I am confident that M, Norman of Vanderbilt Sun- the one block stretch of Court'I planters;and the grasping planta-

thing must permit us to lose sight of this, our :American job.I ands will come to the state this,day.Mar. Street between Call and Jefferson tion owners. ,Always exciting, his I
Tallahassee Daily Democrat. fall and winter and the money Levy Norman of this sec Streets. Opinion favored a rock ; story becomes Increasingly tense
they will spend or invest here will tion was in Starke on business base, slag surface paving, but no when he falls' In love with the -I

o pay many times over for the cost last Monday;; I definite action was taken on the i wife of a wealthy planter he de A
ENFORCEMENT' WILL DECIDEIt of the exhibit. Misses Lucille Howard and I matter In any way. spises. It will tell you something

is obvious that at the present rate of progress not all l Travel bureaus, hotel and trans Gladys Manning of Waldo were' L. S. Hutto and, G. H. Bennettweie I about the makings of America
portation officials and chamberof visiting Miss Velma Norman of that most of us do not know.
the before the Council\
residents of Florida who operate motor cars secured and complained
commerce secretaries all report Vanderbilt Saturday evening I "Watch For The Dawn" by
that smoke
licenses by October I. Then there arises the question of en greater Interest In the state than Mr and Mrs. A. A. Edwardsand Starke Stave Mill caused from by the the Stuart Cloete. His hero is a

forcement of the new law. Already considerable skepticismas ever before and anticipate the family of Brooker were visit-i mill burning its sawdust and rem-, young athlete and dreamer who n 11ioM

to its value is being expressed. Apparently a good many greatest tourist influx in our his- ing relatives of this section over nants was a nuisance. The ( gets a price on his head, and takes

people aren't convinced it will do very much toward promoting tory.Every town and hamlet In the the week-end. council decided that after this ,f refuge Bushmen in the are,lawless hunted border like animals where f
sawing season, over around btJ
traffic safety in Florida. state benefits from this increased
It Is M
extraordinarily good narra- q
REVIVAL IS Christmas, the mill must disposeof ,
Perhaps they had better wait a while before formingan tourist trade. Revenue from the the saw dust In a manner other tive rich, vivid, exciting, yet by NpateaodreA

opinion as to that matter. Like most other laws its bene gas tax from racing, from liquor BIG SUCCESSRevival than burning. Clerk Johns was no means melodrama, for you can

fits will depend In a large degree on the manner in which it anise every Is county stepped gains up and to Where such services, which startedat instructed to write W. P. Smith, see in these stiff-necked Dutch-
men a newn11'Uon forming. ,Cloete x
is enforced. By licensing practically all existing drivers i it revenue this winter should prove the Starke Baptist Church on owner him of of the the mill a letter InformIng la particularly good with love. He
body's decision.
is undoubtedly true that the state will mighty helpful. last Sunday, have drawn large It
grant theright to was suggested that the wood handles youthful romance as well
Another thing to think about crowds every night this week.
drive an automobile to a good many people who should not la that each season a certain Beginning with the Initial serviceon waste could be sold to a pulp as anyone now writing. If you
have it. Examination of all applicants on the other hand, number of tourists become permanent Sunday morning, and through mill. not of knowCloete, take advant-
age this book. Many will remember -
would have been costly and tedious process. residents. They buy or last night, the main auditorium of I j Alderman Bea&iey moved and I: him by the story of "TheTurning
build homes here, invest in FlorIda the church was filled, ad half of Hoover seconded, to raise the( pay I "
Whether the public learns to look upon the license to enterprises, and as permanent the chlldren's group overflowed into of Chief A, L Alvarez from $90 ': Wheels r

pperate a motor car as valuable possession, which it should citizens assume their part of the the annex. per month to 9100 and to raise I "Children, of God" by Vardis

be, rests almost entirely with the law enforcement officials. tax burden and help In the up- Services are in ,charge of the the salary of the North Starke I sense Fisher,of Is',the a' ,,word.big novel Never In before every .

Under the unfit building of the state. Rev. Lloyd King: evangelist, who night policeman from $60 to $75.: !
licensing system drivers can gradually be I has the story of the Mormons
It is the duty of every citizen makes his home In Orlando. Rev. Marshal Alvarez was elected to'' edylM R
weeded out and if the average driver knows violation of the to cater to these vlslors, extend King.a former member of the a two year term of office last I been told so dramatically. It is

law means the loss of his license, either permanently or them a genuine welcome and Starke church, has many friends month and B. C. Holzendorf !Is MbS ypeoeA is.,

temporarily, he is:: likely to conduct himself more carefully. make them really feel at home of long standing In Starke and the North Starke night policeman. I FLORIDA THEATRE'OAINESVILLEFLA. to
Whether they like or dislike the his messages ,have been well re The pay Increases were unanimously I I i
In the license law the legislature has placed a powerful date depends upon how you and ceived. He conducts In additionto approved, and were made : ,

weapon against reckless driving in the hands of its law enforcement : I receive and treat them.A the services at 7:30: each night, effective with the November I Program for the week beginning Zrms
officials. Whether it is to be made an effective glad hand, a smile and courteous and Bible lectures at 10 o'clock checks. October B. 1939
treatment will make them each morning a Story Hour each It was decided to lay a sewer
ana rest almost entirely with them.-Palm Beach Post. glad they came make them wantto afternoon at 4 o'clock to which all pipe beginning at the manhole at Madeline LAST..Carroll TIMER-Fred TODAY Mac Murray -

-- remain-and believe me, brother of the young people of Starke are Walnut and Eighth Street extend s

-- TilE CONSUMER PAYS IT ALL, they are well worth cultivating cordially Invited. The Initial ing 375 feet west down Eighth In f
meeting of the Story Hour Club Street. f "HONEYMOON IN BAI4"
Today your retail merchants are the most disturbed individuals t = 4
found 77 in No action '
I attendance, and it Is was taken to change < a
in the town. Price changes mount so rapidly that GUM BRANCHy apldly growing each afternoon.The the amount donated to the Public I Saturday O"tr

many times they are selling merchandise for less than re MlM Elizabeth Ilarnage members of the Story Hour Library monthly, and the city will Victor Double Feature Program

placement cost, particularly in grocery lines.. Actually thereis compose the Junior Choir-" in the continue this to give $10 a month to II McLaglen In- Sallie Ellen /
evening service also. project until such ,
no excuse for costs nearly doubling, in some instances I, Mrs. W. F. Ilarnage was visitIng A the WPA renders as "FULL CONFESSION" rl
special service wit be
),(1'. and Mrs. J. J. Rlgdon held at assistance. al-n _
But the merchant faces an option of buying heavily at what Monday. the church was filled and half oat t The Clerk was asked to complete "Death of A Champion" with

now may be relatively low prices two'weeks from now, or Miss Ella Mae Sapp spent the 3 o'clock ,led by Rev. King, at the tax roll within two '(( Lynne OvermanSundnr I y.1 a {

the alternative of taking a whipping it foreign diplomacy I week-end in Stark as the guestof which be win deliver a Bible lecture i!weeks If possible so the mlllage e Ns alt Mtil + W'
on "The Signs of the Times.' could be fixed and possible adJustments & Monday b..e pia
should bring peace, which some think like prosperity, i is Mrs.her H.slater Keene, Miss Is spending Hazel Sapp.sometime On Sunday morning the Rev. 1 in valuations made Tyrone Power Myrna Loy blot"

"just around the corner," and price levels should'drop. One at Shamrock with relativesand King will speak on "Eternity," The Clerk stated that due to the "THK George Brent 0111 I
thing seems certain-that if all war were to end tomorrowthe friends. ind on Sunday night the sub/ t, amount of property returning to -CASTE"Added Miami Iktfh
'I Am Not the tax roll because West Palm
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ashamed. Morning of the city's Donald Duck in
vast industries which have Dobbs Jr. "Officer Duck"
profited so greatly by prices services 25-cents the Weht
and children of Lake City begin at 11 o'clock, and dollar tax compromise Key
rising overnight might reduce them somewhat' but it were the services last !i New fork
scarcely visiting J. A Harnage and family evening begin Sun year he would need T" -iv W""n.t"l"v
conceivable that having had a taste of speculative profit, Saturday night. day and each evening at 7:3O an assistant to care for usual of- Randolph Scott Nancy Kelly Jacksonvill

they will ever reduce them to the levels of five weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and I o'clock. .... I his flee duties white he concentrated, Cesar Romero -- Binnie Barnes"FRQNTIKUDSIARSHAL" Tamp"Conway'S
energies on the tax books. Serhicett t
daughters. and Selma
Meanwhile, as is always the case, the public-which Visiting Mr. John Sapp who la were 111 section State Farm were visiting in thl l* I The council agreed to hire an as- : Lacy Canner'

means the individual who is final consumer-pays the bill \\ Sapp Station Sunday. Sunday Sapp-Norraan afternoon. 'I sistant at the cost of one-dollar: Thurs.. Fri.. Oct. 12, 13 r rr.rn

and carries the load, and at salary levels which will be weeks Miss Evelyn Clemons spent Sun Mr. and Mra. T. N. Norman are per After day for a week. f Anna Neagle -- Edna May Oliver

and months, if ever, in catching up with the parade of ad- day night with, Mr. and ),(1'.. EddParrlsh. I announcing the marriage of their Tuesday deciding night. October to meet 17 again to on May Robaon George Sand- .
give I Zazu
Pitta. In
..vances.-Clermont Press. daughter, Helen, to Eldon Sapp the tax matters e'if
Mr. and Mrs J. F Shaw of the .on September 23. the ,further attention. "XCRSE EDITH CAVELJ" 1 /a ?
Aldermen adjourned. I| .