Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 10, 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
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oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02723
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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blished 1877 ; u>e should' quietly hear both. tides. ", Goethe_ E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner
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SIXTY-T\\0 STARKE FLORIDA, ."Iun.XO'EJJUU: : 10, 1089 i (,

CUIT{ COURT Red Cross Roll Call Opens LOCAL STORESTO Auto Crashes Into HouseIn 1 GREEN PUSHES

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young man listed as John the road the vehicle again became

: Nickols of Leesburg, was the "uncrltrolllbhleft the road ,
| R FALL TERM NOVEMBER 30 doubtful "victim" of a peculiar and crushed headlong into they ; FOR HOSPITAL II 1

accident one ntlle north of Lawte home of T. T. Blackburn, well '

Hersey Case Will) He its t Turkeys To Hate One on highway 13 Sunday afternoon known Lawtey farmer. This, Urges
Early Action
of State's according to Bill Plummer. the "meeting" Inflicted considerable
Disposed} More Week of Grace ,
1 Telegraph's Lawtey correspondent. lamnge on both car and! house, 'i On Part of State W. 1'I A. ,

Attorney Duncan Says 1 Before ExecutionThe Apparently returning to his but the occupants of the automobile i Office In Jacksonville

home after a merry week-end, were still Is !
court will convene here ,rV I
Roosevelt I
gtglt( Thanksgiving and Nickols lost control of the car 1 la until Lawtey deputy sheriff C. R. An appeal for a small hospital '

$yal i 10 a. m. In the County V M the traditional Thanksgiving proclaimed which he and his father were rid- \Vhiteheail arrested the pair and for Bradford County was made s

p@ouse@ with 11 cases sched- i by Governor Cone ing. The automobile left the I severely "Injured" their this week
by Congressman, R. A.Gref'1"I .
,Jto be sounded before Judge flict, and the good .con-I road "stripped" a nearby fence of book Young Nickols was pot'ket-I

kSebrlag and docketed Starke and Bradford County three posts, carried forty yards ed under a $100 bond for driving; in a I letter to Major J M. ..

along the fence and then returned while drunk. The other Wilson director of Wl'A state op.
wondering whether to order the man got
to come before the grand orations at
sated is the murder j turkey for the 23rd or the 30th, to Its normal position on the off lighter under a $15 bond for Jacksonville.
'1> on Monday ( highway. Little Mr. Green made the
F or even twoone for each dale. damage was being Intoxicated. request
t against Charley Reed, Most of our fine business men done 10 the automobile. Farmer Blackburn la asking $35or after conferring with a number of

by the State of. Florida.athe are solid south democrats, but But this was only the beirln- I ( damaged imposed( on his. house prominent }local! .citizens on >the

[ criminal cases, twoare never-the-leas, most of them voted nlng. Twenty yards further down and fencw. community's need for some meansof
offenses. Jack Stepp is caring for"county emergency
mad. a Cone-Thanksgiving ticket when ,
ed with assault with intent /1 the Telegraph interviewed them hospital\ cases _"" ,. or; E
,commit murder on July 30 and I OYSTER SUPPERAT In his communication the Conf f
t -_ ._ I concerning the most appropriatedate NEGRO EXHIBIT
i Hersey has been brought to this week. They applauded BROOKERAn gressman stated *that the nearest '

i statutory rape charges.j Pictured here on the eve of the annual Red Cross Roll Call, which tho President's good Intentions, hospitals to this county are.*.-

j tney', case is the lone hang- opens tomorrow are (left to right) ChaiAnaan T. Frank Lundrum, but Just the same "Thanksgiving oyster supper to benefit the NEXT WEEKAnnual ; cated at Gainesville Lake City,

from the court session held Miss Ruth Sternberg\ co-chairman in charge of the residential district I has always been the last Thursday Ilrooker Baptist Church will be Jacksonville and -Palatka and any

Lit April. At that time District Bill Graham, co-chairman of the business district and Elmo In November and I think we given Saturday November 11, emergency requiring hospitallia- I ,
Itlomey J. C. Adklna was dls.jilUietl Struth, chairman of enrollment I should keep it there" is the general Armistice Day, In the new cafe to Show of Work tlon has to be curried to these t'
on a distant relationship The Red Cross drive officially opens tomorrow and will continue sentimental sentiment. be operated Mrs. Done In County SchoolTo counties
by Maggie WardIn 'I' t
jibe defendant ruling, and a through November 30. Bradford County's quota has been set at However, the Florida Dank at End With ProgramThe Request that an official from

vares attorney was appointed toy 300, larger than usual because of International conditions. Starke is playing safe: Its staff Ilrooker. opposite Colson'aStore the ope i it lions division oftJ.Ie.\ 3

the case. The case never will observe both days. The post- This supper will mark the annual exhibit of work percormed WPA In Jacksonville come to
Besides those shown above the following workers will assist In t
u to trial, however and was office folks are about the only opening of the new cafe, ulxo.! In the negro schools of Starko to assist. In arrangements t
the Roll Call here: :Mrs. K.: L. Williams, co-chairman of the residential for the
Jfllinued until this term of court. ones that could be found who will Oysters In all styles will be Bradford project was made ,
will be held
district; C. H Nasworthy. F. F Stump, and N. D. Wainwright Jr., County t
| One hog and one mule will enter follow the Roosevelt trend; their !served from S o'clock until 10 After an Investigation an to
this business district; Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., chairman of booth en- here Monday, Tuesday and Wed- financing the
separate warrants charge per- rollment. The school kids and their teachers will be 25 cents, one half nesday. of next week In two vacant slated, the County Planning Board id jl j

131' with stealing the animals, re- Sub-chairmen for surrounding communities are: Mrs. P. D. wilt go the Governor's way fried 20 cents, pie 10 cents, hum- buildings Just west of the and Board of County CoramlH- fl ; f'

lively Will Moore, negro, is Fancher, State Farm; Mrs. Ceo Roberts, Lawtey; W. M. Morrow, and get November 30 off-and bergers 10 cents and coffee free. railroad on Call Street. loners will be willing to give j

ged; to have pilfered the long- Hampton; Miss Ruth Zeigler, Theressa; Ressle Colson, Brooker December 1 also, giving them a The proceeds will RU to liquidatethe "'01' the past several years these consideration to a project of this i '

Bering! mule on June 21 of this lour day week-end to rest up for remaining debt Incurred In the annual displays have attracted a nature iu d

1tI. Will Is out on bond. more school. recent remodeling of the Interiorof great deal of attention as they Major Wilson Is expected to s

[Other minor cases which are SPECIAL OLD PLATFORMTORN The WPA workers will
iced to come before Judge, Setlag ENCAMPMENT on the 30th also, even though The new cafe has been remodeled IH being taught In the negro Starke at an early dute. s t

\! are a charge of obtaining this Is a federal agency, The and will serve excellent meals schools of the county. The exhibit .--

loperty The first Florida National DOWNLumber headquarters In Jacksonville decided 1 Kveryone Is urged by the ladles of thla year Is expected to be larger STATE PATROL "
under false
pretenses Guard Training Camp to be held that the relief workers the Brooker Baptist Church to attend '- than any held prevlouuly.

|rgery, and breaking an' enter- In the new National Guard encampment should get a day off that con- the supper and help a worthyand On Monday the work will be on IS SELECTEDThe

State's Attorney T, E. Dun- in the vicinity of Keystone To He Used forms with the,, holiday to be officially deserving cause. display from 6:30: p. m until 9:30: :34 members of the "

i will prosecute the chargesor Heights and Kingsley Lake In Construction At observed in the state pj m; on Tuesday from 9:00: a. m. newatate

| the State of Florida and waso will take place from Sunday, No- State Farmers' Market Out of twenty-one merchantsand GUARDS PLANANOTHER till 9:30: p. m., and on Wednes highway patrol were selected j

Starke Wednesday afternoon vember 19 through Saturday, No- business men 'Interviewed, day from 9:00: a. m. till 8:30: p. from among the 4,000 applicants

11I1 final arrangements foreat vember 25. Lieutenant T. T. Long, A loading platform, constructed nineteen preferred the traditional30th DANCE m. thl..- week in Tallahassee,

Reek'a session.( .. ,',.7 Commanding Officer of the local several years ago on city property and only>two stated prefer- Lieutenant T. T. Commanding The customary program of en- and were ordered to report for
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41 company, 50,19h., ) Vj'ecuysday.The ence for the Roosevelt Thanks- tertalrfrnent will be' held In the
just south of Brewnlee Brothers Officer of the local training '"at Bradenton Sunday. ?
Sponsor'Movie ,124th Infantry of the Flor- giving. Every one made the court house Wednesday night at
National Guard The Bradford fi
warehouse, has been torn1 down Company stated group'Included one
\ The Park Committee a departs ida National Guard and parts of statement to the effect that "we 8:00: o'clock. D. K. Williams, '

s of the Woman's! Club, will special troops, comprising ap- and the lumber will be used, for will close on the day everybody yesterday Company Is that planning the Headquarters to state agent for negro education County man, Jake Roberta of I

auor the picture, "Hollywood proximately 2,000 men In all, takea construction of a restaurant else wants to close" Chief of another bite dance sponsor Is expected to deliver (he address Brooker.They .

filvacade, at the Ritz Theatre week's training, he added. building and hamper shed at the Police A. L Alvarez stated he good orchestra. during featuring the a of the evening and the usual excellent will be given regular
Ionday afternoon at 3:30. If would begin circulation of a petition approaching program of talent places on the patrol if they meat
you The Starke Headquarters Company State Farmers' Market north of Christmas negro
$1 not contacted by a member is part of the 124th In- early next week, and Bald he I son probably on Christmas Holiday sea-. will be piesentril. requirements of the training pe X
the town. would specify the 30th aa the official night.Lt. riod. Among the Instructors will II
committee or a and the 23 and 2 of- White invited
represent- fantry, men I Long expressed the Com- people are cordially -
9ve The small loading platform was Thanksgiving Day In StarkeIn be representatives of the Feddtal I''
get your ticket from the ficers expect to be present during well I to the exhibit and to the
aa with
Jford I built for the use of growers before It If It proved agreeable to all' pany very pleased I Bureau of Identification, 'fntt A .
County Telegraph of- a part of the training'period, the reception given the recent entertainment
this county was served by a the merchants. I ____ American Red Cross, the National
Lt. Long stated. dedication dance p
State Farmers' Market It was The Telegraph will ke..pposted. you promoted by the Safety Council, the attorney i't'npral' -
Unit, and is. using this success to Dr. G. II. Lowry Die
constructed with WPA, county, office and the Florida Road
lu UDGE ADKINS GIVES AGED WOMAN and city funds, on city predict the popularity of future News of the death of Dr. Ceo Deportment
PI'operty'l dunces. It. Lowry of Maryville. T 'nn., hksl I #
USPENDED Since the State NE\\TMEMBERS Tho 34 applicants. will be Joined.
SENTENCE IN LEVY CO. .--- been received here by friends who f
ket now furnishes ample loading i by six weight Inspectors now ;
ON MARKET BODYFour {Work deep regret over the -
Cemetery express
I Be following news story spin never had a. more honorable or facilities for all purposes, the A forward of this fine character. He working for the Itoad Depart { ;
taken this
W a recent Issue. of the able sheriff than your brother. City Council at a recent meeting, new members of the advisory week In the Crosby step was Lake Cemetery was pastor of the Presbyterian ment.W..

'County Journal: They all have been good. Your authorized the razing of the old committee working in connection Fencing and cleaning Church here for ten years wherehe F. Held of Lakeland, U director -
Judge' A. Z, Adkins of Starke, has build platform and the use of Its proJ- of the patrol. II, N Kirk-
family helped Levy with the State Farmers'Market ect, when the fence route was de- filled the pulpit capably, as
la, presiding over the regu- County, and they have made the material In a hamper shed. man of Tallahassee U captain.
: here were named at a termined and the number of posts well as taking an active Interestin
tern of Circuit Court In Bron- citizenship of Levy County better. ---. meeting held last Friday night. needed was calculated. The com- other community affairs. The student patrolmen will get

"' for the last two weeks, and They have been a great family; DISCOUNT NOW mittee ___..A-- $75 a month and expenses during !
J 1 The new appointees are: O. C. reports that 265 posts will
manner of Court and for momentdo training If assigned regular
holding and I would not one
ON Kelly, Brooker: H. L. Norman tan needed to encircle the cemetery Duck Shoolliiff '
Nlting matters before that would 1939 TAXESCity job they will get $1,000: a year
coming or say anything ,
1 Vanderbilt; E. L. Kelly, New and will cost thirty-nine and one A. A. Dunlen. game conservation -
Court was In most demo- and liaises at the rate of $120 a year
a that good reputation
te hamper Clerk Carl Johns remindedthe River; and E. L. Matthews, 'quarter cents each. The commit. officer for this district, reminded -
and humane This their may boost their pay to a maximum ;
manner. citizenship, place upon '
final' :
holders of Starke Starke. tee expects to make the hunters this week that
i always been his policy in children the stain of having other property of $2OOO annually
that 1939 taxes are due and pay- Holdover members of the committee 'decision as to whether or not | the duck shooting/ season opens
ducting Court in his Circuit people, In the days to come prob- '' Those notified to report: Dolcle
"* able* this month. A four per- are: L.. L. Conner, chairman meal posts will be used' and order' Wednesday Nov 13: "Thin Is for
FWfled manner was especially ex- ably point to them and say that cent discount will be allowed on ; R. A Newsom, F. F. Stump, I same 'this week The fence wire ,,, ducks only," he JIItutl'l"n/ | in the of the State aunt who served In Hagan of Luke City George J.
case they have an ;
Florida 0.111939 taxes paid during November T. K. McClarv', and J. M. Rosier. was ordered some time ago and, In j[ good only on the regular huntingdays /
vs. I Durum! of Coral Gable, W H.
[ Fannie Lewis After the State Penitentiary. a
he sold and, urged property II was decided to hold a regular I now on hand ready to be placed of Monday, Wednesday, and
conViction of the said Fannie "You are sixty years old and I J Norris. of Jacksonville, Otis Me-
owners to come In early and take meeting at the market on the I upon the posts when they are lI.t.// Friday. Mr. burden also nilvlnedall i
aia deferring her sentence, are not able to stand before the sportsmen to avoid the 1 lust t Arthur of 'enxacnla, C. WMahaffey
advantage of the discount. first Monday night of each I
ge Adkins made the following. Court as you are now tremblingwith minute rush by buying their hunt-I of Quincy, John Feriita h
Licenses Move '
marks In open Court; the palsy of time. Your Many business men have failedto Slou'lyOnly I licenses of Tampa; K;. H, Farrell of Mitrl- '

I,Fannie Lewis, you have been hair la grey. At the greatest, you obtain their city licenses which -- five hunting licenses have Ing early A anna, MacHrltt of Brmlenton, A

formed against by the State At- will not have many more years were due and payable October 1, rood Sale been I Issued' by the county Judge's i ; I G.: Fausctt of Ocala, E. G. Godwin i.

'm.Yof the Eighth Judicial Clr- here, and I could not conscien- the clerk added, and stated that Circle No. 11 of the Woman's office this season. Judge K. K. I j Hack At 'l'orode'sThe of Key West, M. W. Green of j

II J ot Florida In and for Levy tiously send you to Ralford, which steps would be taken against the Mtoslonary Society of the Methodist ferryman[ Intimated, thin week ,, Torode Chevrolet Company C::Clearwater Cecil Lord of Hush.

"7, upon the charge of Lar- might cause the hastening of the delinquent If they were not paid Church will conduct a Food that the annual rush for licenses announced this week Hint I. L. tell A. A. Henry of Jensen
oJ had' not begun yet The hunting Libby has returned to their
of soon. Sale Saturday. Nov. 18, beginningat
Hogs and Altering the few days you have remaining; as Charles W. Ingram of Daytona p
season. on November 20. As establishment and In again em-
--- --- 9:30 o'clock In front of the opens
thereof, and you have been I would feel that I was instrumental : Bench, A. C. Yonally of Travarei,
usual, hunters are waiting ployed In the capacity of head
I by a petit Jury of Levy In hastening those days. New Armory Custodian Bank of Starke building. Cakes many George Watts. of Chipley, Chris

""'*J. Florida and found guilty My conscience says "No", and it Elmo Struth, for the past four I pies, candy etc.. will be for sale until late to buy their licenses. mechanic. Anderson of Cross City, Collier

J i Iit'larceny of hogs. What Is my conscience. that I have to years manager of the DeWItt C s Brown of Miookavllle, II, C. Martin .

Iou to say why the sentence live by. It Is not the public's con- Jones Funeral Home here, will Bonriett-- of Lakeland. Homer Klay of \

Qe law should not be passed science that affects me. I probably -II| resign his position November 12 Put On Your Old Gray Fort Myers.. L. W Brazell of Orlando

lou> will be criticized for this act, to become full time custodian of I Jay Hull of Tallahassee,

a Lewis, the Court Is not but: I have never done anything I the New National Guard Armory w f. with ,tile .U,.UV robe Dnsfl of St. Cloud John :t 3

at this time- to adjudge that my conscience told me not to I He will, however, continue'as ribbons. on It, and Cameron of I'alatka, Clyde Car-

t rullty' or sentence you. It Is do, whether criticized or not, but representative fora memorial we'll hitch i old i an of Inverness, Reid C1lfton'of 4Pahokee.

the object of the Courts of what it was always right and In : company and agent for several Insurance ; riL L Dobbin to the i'
I to punish people unless It the long run It would prove right. I' companies: The- new shayThe familiar Joe Gallop of Miami, Stuart t' l'
r 10 The object of punishment No person has ever done anything' funeral home manager will be Iv. wor d s of S neff of Marathou, Frank Tidwell -

I stop crime and to break up( when his conscience told him not]! James Hollingsworth. who la this lively old tune of Melbourne, Frank Clark of

*. feet; aa Judge of this 1 1r to do it, but that It was. wrong, I training this week In Gainesville were re-en acted Fort Lauderdale, John McClung ti

r I'n d that since you have been "It Is therefore the! order of the j at the DeWItt C. Jones Funeral t r' r last week by Jun- of Montlcello, Juke Roberts ofBrooker

and found I Court that the giving,.,of the t Charles of
guilty by a petit Home there. Holllngsworth: IUH. Amsth i and and Guyton

4'that that you are therefore guilty,I I ment and sentence in your JUdg-j formerly with Carpenters DrugStore Dolly Lambe a s Lake Wales. '

t the object of the enforce-I continued from day to and his place here will be they rode through Gallop and Sneff now are parol-

i been of the 'law, to stop crime I term to term. filled by Michael Dew. the streets of men for the Overseas Highwayrom

accomplished: because "Mrs. Lewis, you may go. -------__..T -- i Starke In the Hal
the mainland to West.
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outstanding fact that r luwe'en carnival A
who are inclined to violate No Closing Tomorrow Rotary SpeakersLee parade According The highway department weight!

law will get an object lesson According to a statement yes- Montagu. Lake City Insurance d-e- to those grins, I I Inspectors who will go to the
and Dr. W. E. Middleton -
I Jour conviction. terday by Marshal A. L. Alvarez man : they seem to bel,, training school are J P. Plunkett
B-J knew YOUr father and mother the stores of Starke will Hot closein local physician were guest I enjoying the stunt| .
** speakers at the Rotary Club Wed .' of Tampa Wallace Smith of Wau- ,
your of Armistice Day
brothers and sisters observance almost a s much
l relatives. They are honor- Saturday. November 11 Regular nesday. Mr. Montagu discussed! 1" ,''I'" .:''' ,( as the spectators c hula, W. L. Irvine of Lake City I
PSople., I had the honor and 1 working hours will be effective In Investments, while Dr. Mlddleton ',,1' 1'" .." who lined the aU -l F Lee of Jacksonville. J D Flxon

re of trying! r cases In this! I all Starke business offices except 'expressed the great need that r walks. l i of, Bronson and W B. Butler of \

t When| your brother Bob, .the bank, which will close In observance I exists for the proposed small 1 J T Tallahassee ; r ri.

IberdL Levy County has \ i of the legal holiday. county hospital.



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"PECI.\L, .tt8'1'F.tt.' "" : "
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Notice IH h"r,.",,X11,1 .
and 'In ? I it ,
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f E final decree, '
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rendered by HOI .
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an JUdge .
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Bradford ('''"nl\' "I't',t''" ()
cery, In that ,. ,,, I i.!
In said Court wh.\;:\,",.," j-V; I'J'
Bon IH plaitiiir
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Stevenson a WI.I", ;"' P"
fenduntn. Case N"1
F "lamed' Special MUM." ; ''It.
cree appointed 1\'II' ,, ;,' I.
: eat bidder n th,
r ; a for rash ;r'
Mouth front door, ', '" ''HI l
County Courth", ?.. ,., h' '; Br
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011 Monday Nov,'roh. ,, "IIB (
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------- Bradford """,
Armistice Day The West-half County FI I ,r'I ,.

FfI YunW:
i halt of No He.,,aM,r
tlon U, all ,, I';' "tin"
,1 on the threshold l T"" ',
\\e panne tomorrow Range 21 Ea's,. -hip (
i of a M>l('mn oooiinion to bow down acre" more 01 |It-""'aln,
tafonthe' tom! of him T Frank Lai,,,,|''?'','",'. 4aj
our "
OF ALL "' '
'h uf-
who t)pi rim the thoiutnndM 1 Attorneys. for Phu,
f..1. and tiled in the hope that the ,

world might live again In pt' ('C. -
ARMISTICE DAYS LET US 1'V' TIII.'frith ii').'...11pn
italil that have ( o ll
It must not lie wo lal'I'1i '
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forgotten the blood they haheil, ASI FI.091i4t) 'Olt II N."nF'nit; ii f
1 nor that we arc wanting/ III appreciation Martha Mildred 11"1'I 'II

't of the IdiMiN for which they .Plantlrrv

fOIIRht. Fay V ('0111!>1"I',

TALK PEACE"ow IN TII"rjefendan: NA.\lI'
At. 7; / that n lnfK purl of the world 01 TO FLOIULtA, .' .1.1 I' r I"''II','
In the horrors : Fay V e "
I'J It one' more engaged dence and "'h"
inalllui 1 .II
of war It l>f"hooour great nationto llox No 247, Mal i M.IL

y doubly honor and cherish'' the pear You to are the her.-I hill ,.d I II
I 1"lai'*
of thone who lust their Ihes herein aifalnm 1 ,
: : :Monday the 4th I .
In a vnln effort to prefer\e a lastpeace. A. D. 1939. II.

'4 Inj( LIVE "PEACE"THINK .. It is ordered In the 11pUbll"hed ,Jj.,' I I .?.1"

Telegraph, a r. u I .
In said County "f 1I'lIdtcrd I''
week for tour '
Witness m.v M I rd
seal thus
1939. 3ht day "I "? 'Tube

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Clerk Circuit ('" nn,,, '1


Notice la ,
her.-ln L\' ,
cerned thai th ,11, <,,
City of Ktai,. PI d i ",-J
71y "" hoard of Bualli., j
24th. A. I). 19:". '"'' h"l
tug ella .
111f" \ '
roll BM filed by"th!. ,, ,\\1"'Lax"
for J9JI.: Notln "Ih,
that thelt.\ .
meeting to i,,: h. II, ',,. "I
I of Novembei, A I I' "
hall In Stai-kt, ..
M. will heal, I fi ., 'iI
or atrentK ut. d|, ,

Kiualniei'| > mid'


U..glnl1lnJl' 40 /u. I II' ?' ,


W. 50 Ft N. 10":., !F 'I I


Lot. 2, 3, 4, i II I; t

THIS MESSAGE TO DO LIKEWISE. TALK PEACE LIVE PEACE, AND THINK PEACE. DO al to 28-8-22.Town 3000.00.T.of A.Stark'C Urn;, ,I: .o


NEB of SWI4 28-8-2. IV/ n1,

DRAWN INTO THE EUROPEAN STRUGGLE. IT IS NOT TRUE AND SUCH AN ATTITUDE Town at Lots Ktarke 6,, from 8 ,if .5000 Hint.00) i1 i.
of Starke In. Nm4\
28-6-22. Freeman ,
EV4 of lot 1 and tot> ',

STRONG ENOUGH TO DO AS WE PLEASE AND NOTHING CAN Petroleum In Block NF:4i 28. Original"f CvrpuiatloiT 0t W T.viii K frai+n

to 1000.00. r

"DRAW" US INTO WAR UNLESS WE, THE PEOPLE, WANT TO GO. + \ J'1'ri except Loin. I 70, 2 ft, i,bi 4. ",,(> u fl, "I.m"

Original Town ,if Iark(.
PUBLIC OPINION ALONE CAN GET US INTO WAR OR KEEP US et1' d of 2300.00 SW?to 28-6-2.2500 noWXj Pit 01

of Block "' "xl,.(

Klvlna Reynolds o F


Block C:;: L' ,u1< A

C CHANCES ARE 100 TO ONE THAT WE'LL CONTINUE TO HAVE 2822.i Addition 1500.00.. J ti",>II""l.i Sap "'. ii 1


ww!; of :NK', J' I I
ATTITUDE Lots 2, ': .i u1 l l R:
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Addition to Slu r .- -

BE ON EUROPEAN SOIL BEFORE THE FIGHT IS OVER. WHICH DO _i' Keene Lot from J. 2, 1000 I I'( )I r,H :,",6'10',

Addition to Stark, I'aA .
I & N'K'', W "l/
YOU CHOOSE? Remember 1918" II. 1lall fnm, '<(11', '" '"
Lot. 8. 9. 10 I'
Addition to Stark NK'. ,
litV; ;.NK; 4 W ? l lit
A?n. breen. from \1000.DO I
Fractional' lol J v 10
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County High School Journal


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,'r! \FI" Jean Davis STARKE PLAYS Elementary Echoes i i HOMECOMING There's A Rumor Thai Beautiful Manuscript P.-T. A. CARNIVAL


It:(j); Frank Roblnaoi Betty Phillips was very huppj
I. '.'' Arch Thornai The fourth grade has been hav- Monday morning. Is everybodj I BIG SUCCESS
__ Loral Banner' Stiirke Will Piny I. C. ofJacksonville Once In a while there appear
ing contest Fri
a spelling every that way? !
Plummei I
Club Kllzabeth the definitelsuperior
.1 I Mara i : Ma* Harlej Second Out Of Town GameTo day. The teacher gives a prizeto In Francine Fisher and Jack Hall the outstanding "'.-T. A. Untp $150 From
whose aim I It
'allb) L. M. Ualneif We With JasperRulldoga the pupil who stands up the Big Event student Annual llulUme'en
are- -well, know.
you of wotk Such a
' solely quality
j my News longest or spells the most words Olohratlon
) \ I KllllnjflJWOrlh correctly. Myrtle Bonne'te stood For all who have a "swee "A good time was had by all student, sees far. far beyond thi
\\l'1J Some sit tooth" for football at the P.-T. A. Carnival la Immediate and the ticking
Reporters1Crexl people on one side ofa sports, Is 99 grade I
-.pedal up longest this week and WOE Last Tuesday's I'-T. A. Hallowe'en -
Ii! Jo. Ella Louis. fence, some on the other, and a pretty prize. per cent sugar. For all home Tuesday. clock. Instead, there comes the :
j ',iK'ity Green, you'll find plenty of people who worshipping alumni a homecoming Football players aren't the only deep joy of creating t omethlntiuly Carnival turned out to be
Austin and Ethel Griffis has
been absent
..In'I':: lie Jialle. are ready for anything to happen football game means sugar and boys who are popular. Witness excellent and beautiful what rarcnt-Teachers had hoped r
this week. It Is the of this
any time, and are not surprised or hope spice--a glorying good time, and I Warren Frederick and others Such work Is not done in a moment. during months of preparation: a
class that her will be '
shocked by one thing that ever eyes soon longing that they were once agaii Dorothy Alvarez received a When completed jt show grand success and a profitable and I Icuttln'
well and that she will\ back
come I
Mammy Sez comes up. Some of all these will sweet sixteen and mama's pet warm reception when she arrived much patience, Infinite cure nnd
to school feeling "fit as a fiddle." I' up affair. On the Pact
be at the Jasper-Bradford game Feeling fothe home team is In her home room Monday mornIng I that too rare quality the forget- :
er great week-end. Th tonight (Thursday) there. And We made an Eskimo scrapbook 1 In strong; throats strain twice shard I late! fulness of self. Such Is the manuscript side of the athletic field Starke- i'

..ame and stuff! some who expect one thing are geography. Rebecca Simpson I to encourage It. I Odell Jones has taken the name on Shakespeare done this Itea found the booths, interestingand
won this by making the highest
jirae dat you and Mural going to see a different howdyado. To pupils who were beginning of "Jo-jo." week by Grace Dew. novel, as well as the peopleIn
grade last month. '
s broken up, Sam? Every man will air his opinion I to dread what was the last home A -- She used the name pattern olettering them who were selling the
1 Jlbo say you brok of both teams and their : This is a story that Janette used during theeleventh
din you game Principal E. L. William! SENIORS SELECT as wiis goods the cubby-holes had to offer -
Slits Saturday night, Opal chances Mr. I'm-not-surpi Priest wrote about a little. Eskimo this week announced happy re or twelfth centuries. .
Example: Couch J. H Whlt-
.i.mmv has a wide rang won't be when it begins to look I boy: lief: Homecoming here December COLORS, FLOWER, There Is sheer artistry In her temore advertising, mouth curled

tttlon like: Starke Is giving Jasper a Nandla is a little Eskimo boy, 8, with Inmmaculate Concept AND MOTTO choice of color and design; of: down, eye-brown up, his freaks I

y got a little mixed up I bigger fight than it looked for. who lives up North. I guess you High School of Jacksonville. It'llbe capital letters and pattern which I "night this way: see Jo-Jo the

KTon de subject of Gracefad The Toj-nadoes: might win or lose, know that it Is very cold up there. a big day for Bradford County (irmliiutlim Invitation lend both beauty and meaning to dog-faced boy!" etc. Mrs. Blanche

Perry Galney. 'Seems I It' but If they lose, It will be a far Nandla wears two suits of fur I' To loyal game-goes the end of: I ratU'ttlH the content! From beginning U> Vandlvlere and her hot chocolate -

rice Green--dls namemlxt1I' I less serious downing than was last in the winter. One Is wrong side I'I home games is no happy day I ChOMIMl I end, the wealth of fine details Mrs.o thf'l Itlggs and her

year's score: 53-0. Far from out and the other is right side out. Equally exciting are those out-of blend exquisitely together. Not Booth for Girls Only next door to,

dat little George Flynn that will be the results of to His winter home is made of town, but to know that action or Last Monday morning the least In Importance are the proportions and In close competition with

I\ crush on Sara Barefoot night's game. The Starke boys I snow. He calls it an Igloo. His the home gridiron is over for a Twelfth grade met to vote on: and fine balance of her Whittemore. Mills Alice Fernandez -

have improved too much; they are I summer home Is made of skins year brings no cheerful thought, class colors flower and motto. It letter Nothing'" Is ciowded- nosh In the hot dog stand, hundin' a

snlorr. are deciding on in- learning lessons too fast and well He calls It a tent just as we do. and the fact of that homecoming took them two days of hare ing too hastily or carelessly done out the puppies--not without the

, De 'Telegraph manbowls to let defeat keep on. No such In the summer Nandla goes postponed! the dreaded time and thinking and consideration to I We may indeed feel a deep usual make you want-to-lnugh!

deco around here dii score has Bradford even come fishing, hunting, and lots more I should make hopping yelling fan come to the following conclusions: pride\ In .the realization that such wise cracks Rev. Frank Robinson -

Oh goodness : me, des close to so far this season. Last things. Summer is Nandla's best I prepare for a roaring, open-armec purple and gold for class colors I an excellent and truly gifted shouting, at the Rotary ball

Idem'Awe! Friday night, in the game with season because the flowers bloom' hello-farewell occasion. yellow rose for the flower and student la with us und IM a part throwing booth: "Come on, knock

!! wuz you dis week-end, High Springs, Starke lost only and everything smells fresh. Now Like the big Armory celebration I for the motto: "The elevator tc I II of this school which Is our own. 'em down knock 'em down. Three t

laret' We missed you power 19-6; for a team so good, so ex and then when the Eskimos fish week before last, the first I success is not running; take the ----.-- throws for only five cents. All t

;Ill! perienced as Is High Springs our they take a pole and bob it up game on the new field, and the stairs." Did You Know? right, boys!" Miss Madge Middle- I ,,1

jimmy t and de chillun sho anI end of the score is not to be sniffed and down. They have a spear in I' carnival last Tuesday, Homecoming -I Mr. James Lewis, from The' ton In the candy booth, keeping a i tt

I to hab you back in school, at. the other hand and when the fish In Bradford Park will be Bradford County Telegraph, was; Try II, It "'.,rl..,! close watch on the eye-fetching !

Vida. We jest caln't get Worth noticing ana remembering come up they stick their spears; something else worth "writing present to show seniors Invitations Crickets can bo lined its thermometers sugnr-coated apples c

{Wliloui you! Is the following article taken in them and pull them up. home" about. and help them In their : Count the number of Hitler cold was the night of the )

M time for Thanksgiving; from the J. H. School Paper, the I Reporters, Rebecca Simpson and :' Few have to be told what a choice. Final decision fell to ono. chirps a cricket makes In 1ft: sec celebration; citizens were shivering -

everybody done like turkey, I Jasper Hi-Flash, from a copy J. R Mann. homecoming game It like; how I II which has In the paper a beauty onds. then add 40 and the result under effects of a low thermometer y,

at, you hear de news, chil I printed November 8, 1938, an Mrs Andrews, teacher differs from usual ones: It Is U ful wood grain effect opens crisscross will be within n few degrees of the first really cold night I('

We is goin to hab home nouncing the results of our game alumni what scratch-feed Is to a and sports a tricky green i the right temperatureI Indicating approach of winter. + ?'

j here December 8. Get yo' i with them that time last year. Ob FIFTH GRADE NE11'SThe : hungry chicken; it means to last ribbon on the left of It. Hut cold, drinks, the American '

let fo a good time! servant football officials and fans fifth grade is proud of Its year's seniors what apron string) I 'r. lute Ills
k i S Is done wearin' a nev I will be quick to see these things new balls. They have so much do to a a 3 year old. Game supervisors Whirlwind FactsThose In the ISth: Century .10.000 ''I Now old stuff in the wide i

ad Mural a new birth about It: (1)) The Jasper Team fun with them.Attendance forget none of this. Man;, Were fed dally by the Karl: nf spiead knowledge that everybodyhad

is ring Nice goln' girls. shows rightful, but dangeroussubjecttochange tor the past month attractions are being planned for Warwick, the "King Maker lie I a good time, and that, be- -

wjou-all at de Starke-Jaspei over-confidence. Our boys played Miss Smith's this gala occasion. who stayed home from served meals to so muny ai his cause they did I the I*.-T. A. will t

?tonight Thursday) dere. ((2) They consider us an easy was fine; almost 100 per cent. ---+ -- last Friday's game, Starke versus London home alone that six oxon lose no time getting the It. C. A. t

Your, t bull's eye, deftly covering up the room In football yesterday and Primary Jingles High Springs, mimed the most' were required for breakfast motion picture and Hound equip e

Mammy. fact that Starke is a first-year I won 24-0. exciting game to date. Whether ment. t

..- team, and acting like bagging a : We are studying the Southern I It was due to cold weather and I'm ilnlegaryI! Last Thursday nt another of

good strong rabbit is the same as !I States in geography. We find KIKST GRADE frisky spirits, or renewed determination In the Now l England States the their monthly meetings, the P.T.A. i

Bright Eyest shooting a mountain line: I I them a little more interesting I Martin: Douglas came to school or both we can only) distinction between huckleberriesand ., carnival worry over and done i

I The headline: Jasper Bulldogs' than the others were. Maybe it's late Thursday morning Up tc guess. But whatever might be blueberries Is finely drawn, with, settled down to making the r''

|t noon. if you want to see I Trim Starke Hi.-The very words I II because it's home. I then he had a perfect attendant one person or another's opinion, but In (the south and middle went first down payment with carnival '

first ,class I< puppy loving,! of the article: Jasper's favorite I II Mrs. Shepherd, teacher. record. When the reason for hit It remain a fact that there was the names are more or less' con- profit on a visual education machIne -

, take a peep In that Lawtej; football team, the J. H. S. Bulldogs I I tardiness wan asked, hemid.. up.undatenlike there's never I funed by the layman. anti having/ the machinery put ?

Ttati 'Lovers Lodge" to I racked up their fifth victoryof FIFTH Olt\))),; "The bus left me and I had tc been before. In the lust quartet --- --.-.- -- in. Present was one of R. C. A.

.y of Lbem. the season overJ.. stubborn We have some pot flowers In hitch hike." "Speed" Rhode lived up to his, I 10* NEWS Victor's. company representativesto

eae yo-yos are reallyveomlnj:t' leven from Starke High School I. our windows and they are grow! Miss Lllley, teacher name and flew8\ yards to 1 fl 103 Is sorry to report that I. BMoHcly make arrangements for Instal

Into style again by the nun Thursday October 27, on the ing nicely. Principal Williams touchdownthe only one Starke has tipped nchnol., He lation.CullliiK.

being thrown on the campus.1 local gridiron. I sent us some new books called The first grade had a party ic made. And you nhould have sees was vlce-pr<*slilent Garland Godwin j

cant imagine the content: I In rolling up 63 points to 0 for I "Pathways to Science." He ordered Miss Madge's room. Hilton won the Starke team blocking Ralph wa elected to take his. place Curd hale! KM) for 1\0\ ('. y

I you can get out of one ot: Starke, the Bulldogs got the larg a soccer ball for the girls In the prize for pinning the cat.stull really had the whole bunch help- I It In the wish of nil tenth graders Never thin. low lii-loro. SHHlnlproven |

If you haven't tried throw, I est total for a single game this the fifth grades to use. This section on. For favors crepe paper Ing him on that play. The Sand- that the pupils In that grade' r".III..II.. degree \ I n g ,

tt, season. With Hamilton, Scaff Is proud of theirs and are hats and whistles were given out I' spurs had u slmlllai run shortly{) would lake more Interest In getting Muuy NtylrH to cliooxK from.Ilrndford .- t

I this is real cute-Brigh : and Odom turning In stellar performances 1 trying to take good care'of It. Taffy, apples and Ice cream wen afterward, however though not news. for the paper County Tclrjcruph.

overheard handsome even side is still aheadof served. as long. -' -
a I In the backfield the Joyce Moore's Alice St. John awl Parruh

:fling a girl that even if she I game as never in doubt as to who I Hellbron Waldron's in our Miss Middleton, teacher Those lucky enough; to have on Johns u'elylId look happy Icy "1,0 the'I'M(power!.: OK" v.sl.d I'I.'I'IU':| :| In' II Ihn !I i

,.1 crowned queen at the car I would be the winner. Odom'a run weekly spelling contest. hand a pair of good binoculars, Monday. Kverybody'n. wondering Iliiiiiil of 1'"loll., luetu(1/n I ofllniiirnrd

she was his queen anyway. of 60 yards after receiving a pass Mable Leach.Reporter. I SKCO.ND: GKAUE through which they might watch why. Heard In 108 lately: Mr. nil' County electleu, Kloi to. he Ida,held limflurfnllN onTllcvilay '
It's new
Ildmtly the Sponholtz broth from Scaff was the outstanding to play our game'. progress of a gamp, cun also Sponhollz: "Hiitry,.. why Is the NnvBllllK'l2M, HH't: Ht
lee and Milo just love to: FIFTH Ut\JtE; I "Reado. It Is played like "Bingo' watch it from the psychological English language called the mother the I'lly Hull nl, Hliiikn .In $i'c till
of the ..1, 111'1I,1.1I'"unly.
game. No
play I is words. IIli Tax Mi-hoot UlNlrlit l
.*..t l least that's what they;: The Bulldog line also came In This room has a new pupil. Her except corn put end of football. You can see thevery tongue?" Harry K: "I reckon Klorhlii for 1 HIM IUIIPUNH of

IIIIt of the time. Lee can I for their share of the glory, holdIng I name is Marguerite Moore. Everyone for better.the purpose of learning tread () expressions on the boys'facl' because pa never gets tn use It." Incliner the. mllliiKifoi.thro 'Irimtitcii the' viiHiilnw fwd, flxlnw Iwo

make you believe white 1 is I the Starke eleven to two thinks she can draw well. '', and can Judge by that Well, that's all 10H has thin yea,l's For rite puriioMe of liolillnirmilil ,

*(final he is really "It" ,'! first downs throughout the entire I Williams Morgan Is this room's A new little girl, Clydie :Man whether they seem discouraged or we.'k. I..u*rl imuinicerii"illon I rolowlnic N H Wulnw are.right Hummi t ;

E..is there a town It"W I president ning, from Crescent City is with in-the-battle. It's possible to tell, Bam Simpson, reporter xr., It. l I.. Lea, alarm Robinson, wn.jI. !
|game. a lovely us. She's welcome. tackle .---_. !I. .\. Hi-olt,! rii-rk
by the name of Starke 1? Jasper scored at least twice Marian Brown brought very how hard one guy tries to -- rilU: KOUi. ) | COUNTY IIOAIIIJ OF
1;'ia and Everett, attention with three touch- oil painting to school which she Miss Hogsed teacher another, and If he's "putting all Hubber stamps, itapllng machines 1'.III.11l I INMTItUi'TUlN! .
every period I at the Bradford. County Telegraph A. J. llrlfflK.oin Herretary
''too though 10! _i1 6t
short to do anything In the opening painted. he has Into It. Plle-ups,
downs coming --- -
J m dislike Don't take sub Miss Hlnson, teacher TIIIKI HKAOR I are most eye-catching. Does one '>'i': oh'Ylshhi'rte:

'that bore you, by all means quarter.The .starting line-ups for both Everybody, Including this grade boy give another an I don'tllkeyou -' MITMIor: n-.i.:."clan- flounl lly the of power Publlu' .vcoli.il 11I..r"t'II.' In It .eta of t '

P seniors are Shakespeare* ELKMKNTAKV: : CHAPEL Is looking forward to a happy; look when he's on bottom? Icy the power vi-Hti-il In It tint Hrn teams were: I begin lloHnl of fiililli In".r"'lln"I of ....1111 an elm'tlnti to lin held l onTUHH.IIIV.
W It teems. Starke Flag Salute. Thanksgiving Day.Ve The magnified peepers will tell llrndfurd County, Klorlila, hereby. Novvmlirr it*. "IIM'I utlh
.- --. Jasper Torode I II lllth Psalm read by Hayes Register study of "The American Indian' you. mil nn elei-tlon. .. 'to li*. held' on City Halt: nt f.uwlny In' HpccUl: w
Shepherd '1'". .hIY. NoVKlnlii-l. 2M. I IlIa1! .lit Tux Hi hool. IHntrlct No 0. IliaiiforclCounty h
Meet Our Seniors Tuten Phillips, from Mrs. Andrews' room. this week. During the half since the pep llrooker. ('hterrh. at llrooker InHperlnl : Klorliln' for the purpose( ofHMclliitr "
I Silcox' Lord's Prayer. Miss Biggs, teacher did formation this time, Tie x Hi. hool HlHtrli"I No IM.Hradfonl I three trntttitfit and! flxlnicIlia 1
P. Scaff j squad no Klorlila. for the two
Maurice Edwards _. Pountyt inllliiif for the nniiiiliiK
ARCH I Griffis Piano Solo by High Springs and Starke exchanged ilirpnxe of elt-itlnlt IhreM IrilHte i yearn, K THOMAS JRe Milton from Mrs. Andrews' room. Talk 'Round CampusIf Bunches of mill flxltiK. the. .nilllime. for th* en- filnctlon. thfi following: ; are
: cola frosty morning, oi''i Clifton GaIney Their citizens seeing two year Mar I Ihn purpomiof 'named" a* miutiiK. ..r.. J H Austin, '
iI1ber ChastainNix Health play- "Off I Starkeltes and High Springers holrilnir, Bald. nlvi'llon the followlnir 'Uolinrt Hliinrlmril Volley ItniMlih. ,
lJ: 1923, one of our McCrannie named. ,inanaKern. J ,
I' Cast: the are IIM end (t .1. I'lilllli, (ri.rk
Priest Heads. known senIors' back and forth over
enlorl! Arch, was born. HIymed from you've ever K. llounliin, Koyre llaliiey., Kutrcn:. imAPI'-OKD. COUNTY IIOAItl* OF"rumn
McKinney I Queen-Rebecca Simpson, to be doing some work, they arc field, each viewing the other, and CroBhy; and N't'rrNI'.il': ; :, f'lirkIIIIADKIIKII "; INHTIIIH'TION.
after :Mr Odom
hIs father OK .
room. r) 10-917 U A J. Irirrin, "Hocrntaryor
Thomas Lewis Long I I Mis. Andrews' at present. Ask them who William I talking about football. The band I'lIIIMC JNHTHITCTION/

"4 hu Harper ,i King-Claude Johns, from MissEdwards' Shakespeare was they could got some out-of-town-attention 10-27 6t A..I Irirriri, HurrelurySOTM rVo't'I'F1 m: ..:.-rii.'\
lived, all his life, eo Scoff I icy the power vented, 1 In It thftlloanl
d Starke At five he began Hamilton Green 1 room.Princess tell you! too, when some of the Sandspurs'rooters '.: OFii: .I-U'TIOM of I'unlli 'limtrurllitn of
Kindly HeartJeanette tty the vented In It the ItrarJfonl C'ounty, "" ..rllt.... heritliv
A defeated by came over. power
; here at the same school The Tornadoes were from Mrs. Andrews'room. Goodness, gracious How It Hoard. of fiililli. tnm ruction' ofItradrnr.l ..mil nn Inctlon to ha held on
hich eel< will graduate-B. I a fast and heavy team from High I II Priest everybody going to wait until I --. County, Florida, hare by TUHHilny. Nnvvmhvr 1H. ttl'l! itt.
I a hard : JI'NIOIl: NKUH "ella an election' to l h. held. on IhH Waleroak Church nt Vanirlllt -
Springs. The boys put up Leon Ellington\ December 8th for homecoming? TuvMilay, NfiveinlHr 2N. IDA! ntth !In Hporlnl Tax "Hrhool' IllHtrl'No '. -'
I ambition is to attend a I fight all through the game. Due Executioner Wonder why Joella and Estell I For the pant week the juniors City Ifall ut Hampton. 'In Hpei-l-. ID"., llriirlforil County. Florida' I t ,
Edwards' room. the | Tax Hi'hool 1'1.,1,10N.l .. 2, Itradfnrd : ulartlnic three;
eel breaks for the : from Miss i have been discussing Important B foi the purport I of
tchoo to couple of bad M. were so thrilled Monday: ?! ,, for the
and keep studying a Swift-as-Wind J. C. Porter, Cnunty Klorlda pur- 'IruntMoa and Clung the inlllucn for
I|be Kraauates with his M. D Starke boys the "Sandspurs" were i -- Could the Ga -Fla game have question of what kind of entertainment ..".... of ele' <.tliiK, three trustees. and IhM imulfiK. ttvo yuan "l'or the
touchdowns. : from Mrs. Andrews' room. cause they will put on this raping' the rnlllHio- fur the. nulnic ,purponn or hnlillriK' .all' | elortlnn.
enabled to make two been the ? Hope you gel 'the of
Harold Smith Leroy I two yearn Kor purpoa its following nn 'namnd ax man
) scored In the first half, aft i Witches there girls. year- whether they will give a holdlnir MHld nleitloii l followlnw, Mere: ltu..11 Norman Hrntt AIviirxx .
SWing that trumpet They the 30 Rualerson. and Junior Silcox from play which I III the annual custom am named IIM tnaniiicer* Henry I,. t.. NOIIIIHII, ami Brew
Jr likes hot music, and er receiving the ball on i iI Heard on the campus, : Wasn't (axon, Jeff Perry, f'Iesrl.yiall, Ito'lilltih. rinrkIIUAUKOKM
cut I line and passed to the end i iI :Miss{ Edwards' room. ? That I or put on some other form and Parry Orlffln/ Clerk tllCNTV/ flOUtO OFIMIIIMI t
mention InJoesn't yard Sadie cute Friday night
a sport and failedIn Air Fairy-Margaret McKinney, of entertainment will not be HIAIeI"ORIi COUNTY IIOAItri/ OK 1 ISM'I'IeTH.II.iO.n I! / .
be take part. He's"J I zone for a touchdown room. blue suit and hood looked swell Hrill.lC: INHTIttrCTIO.N fit A. J llrirfm, Ne'retaryNitric .
The I' from Mrs. Andrews' known until after a class meeting '
"'r extra point. i III-27 fit A..I ilrlffl,
fond getting the wish to dress stylish ?
of chewing gum Hornnby, Do you H..r"'llrY'j '
Sun Fairy-Miriam 'which will be held very noon Is: 0. et.t: :e"ralyfly
.J* racks But if you half ended with the High Springs, Andrews' room. If so, ask Jenelle and Doris C I II no'iifi-i op 11: ..:." the paws vasta.tn. / 11th" ;
6-0. i from! Mrs to decide the question Hy'lh power vented In It the Hoard nf I'uMlilint. <"II..n of ,
I !
01.14 eel' a Thomas frown In- team leading Milk Fairy Shirley Arnette the latent my! those new socks. I almost Hoard of I'lihlli: Inntriirtlftn of Creel r.eret .Cnnnlv' Florida, herd,*'
: dislike mention fishing The Starke boys came back in Francine and Grace Dew should The juniors have now Hradford County. Klorldu. hereliy. : .r-allH an slant,, In I Im hall l l nnTiloHrlay.
Miss Edwards' room.HeraldHorace mark in 'iill elfitlon. to ,In- held... on *
with a long run: I reached the half-way < IIn N"v'I0.j 24 1931 a
bleating" Fords! I the third quarter Dyal Miss Ed- have a blue ribbon for their Thus Tuerolny, Nov,-mb.r| 21, 1931 I! at Mlllnril .John*! Hiorr .ut Now ,Uv.",
Plays' first trumpet In the for their only score of the game. originality In choosing and applyIng -' their money-making drive. the lioolhouite.. nt Thi'liinnn .In In I HrmrlHl Tax. H.,hoot Hull-let I No
'I broke the tie by, wards' room. .'I far. they have sponsored a show pedal Tax H,'hool' IHnlrlit" No. 1.llradford 12, llrailfonl County' PlorMn., far
bra band, and assists, I The Sandspurs was announced by their nail polish. All those County. Florida' for the FIi.. purpoNi of alprtlnir thraa truiii **.
The footballs
1t .laae Emmett PerrjrmarjlnS a pass and a lateral ending In along program new shades--red, blue, gold, black,, sold candy ml nature purport of ..Ir,'ting three trustees t.! and flxlnir, the nilllnutt for thinnatilnir d
touchdown. The! Hayes Register. magazines and sandwiches. In und flxlnir .the. inllhitfe for the .nnillnrr two yiarH For tli* put- I
'![me for the band at run for a green, and white-and! they put I 1 two yearn For Hie: ,purpoti' lion* of holillntf aulil ..l<*ttlon the
II games, and other occa- Sandspurs tightened down until 6ft.\))K them all on at once order to raise money for the Jun- i>f holillnir nald *l..*.tlon the following 'nljowlnic are named. aH nianattftrnKlnyil ::
fourth quarter, SIXTH ior-senior banquet. The banquet are named an manUHTern, AlhertHulllvan WlKK-Inx. (Wan Tumor, II II.
the middle of the Beth Knight brought two -- .-- H. It Hwlndle, 11111 Hull, [ "II a Life Scout and will be when they again received the ball Mary add to I NINTH GRADE NEWS a* is probably known by everyone, and W. H HIMoy'' ClerkIIIIAHPOR IHL ") -'OIl" COI'NTY IMJAFID OH i I
They pictures and a pot plant will be the big event In the lives (> CIHTNTV llfAltr OFIM'III.IC "I'lJMMIINSTItt'CTION' .
4'I'' December. deep In Starke of our room. The ninth grade is very glad to / INMTKI.'C'TION: 10-27 6t A.J I II r 1111... .Mci rntart
( and run around the attractiveness of juniors and seniorsorifi 10-27 6( A ./ Orlffln. Hei-rotary. fl fl.u'ru'e
; n'Juurlous" fellow Is also, continued to drive their final The followingclass officers i welcome Hobble Cameron to our I II :: U pCf.er'rtnv: : ,;
.realea'1 : of the senior class. end until they scored elected for this month: home room. She comes to ua I \ -: nf RI.R"rI4e: : vlvrtre: tly MM prewar| vcntril. In It tin* t
.. touchdown. The Sandspurs I II were John Gorrie Jr. High SchoolIn llv fhi' power ifxti-d In It It.fFlonril TO WHOM IT !MAY f'OVCKIl.V Itoanl of I'uMI.. 'null-union ofltrnilforil
I goal ,, President-Bradley Geiger. from of f'uMI- In lr.'Ir.o. ofHr .VoMreIn.. hereby Klven' to all I County' ..Inr....... here.Icy
12S GETS PRIZE threatened the Tornadoes' Overstreet. Jacksonville. I fir"nl ('"unij. Klnrhln. ,. lr"rhy i.redltorn and I'latmantM.. of and ,.,all iin a1P,-tlan to hit held nn {
lit rhursday. ,I several times, only to cross it VicepresidentBUly Recently our boys have had I i'all*. an, .le..II', to l 100 held onTumilny. .aalnnt' th* estate, of I) (' Klnlaw. riKmlity. Novuniliri: 21, 119 at 4
at monthly Secretary-Anlce Green. I Nnvrnila-r 21 KM: nt Inr.aced. that you" ar** tr file yourflttlm. Illll( Iti-iMlnh Store at Hollhronnn
.r of the P.-T. A., 123 rethe -, three times and lose the ball right Marlon Manning. charge of the home room programs f'orlnth' fhuri-h Bt Rising, I" Hpo'-lal I or .rliilnin. with Him K K. Hpei-lal, Tax Hrhnol Dlntrlrt' NoIf d
line once. Treasurer- to be complimented -: Tax Hi hool. lntrl'-t/ No I III. llrailf Hnrryman. County Judge In and ,, llrailfoni, County, Florida, for
I goal are
prize they
4; for having best on the Librarian-Myrtle Thomas. ; "r Hr the meeting. I It was a really jam-up game. to welcome Lois on the type programs and I ..' nt electing threw 'trustees and before. xlicht mnnlh.. from the : unit flxlnic: I the nil.liar* for the ,
neat a ball club We are glad the class. flxIriB lh. mllUffn fur th. tiamulnittwo date of rimt publlratlnn of thin .inauln two yearn. for the pur- ,
has as given
. grade 12S usual- Jasper Moore\ from Lawtey. to our the variety they've years For the purpose or notice, sail claim being,' duly .sworn ion. of hold In. laid cUctton' the h'
'q c-nsiderably lewer than. as there Is In the state and as you Nine P .tn>ped for an inventoryIn holdln* .ad! .1.'tI..n.l rh. following' to, or laid Halm will, be barred by 'ollowlna ar. named an manager: I !
Le la meeting them tonight school General Math.--to find the 4 a. manatfcra Herman (atoll of Limitation, alno to pay tndariinn ilarnn-. Hill Reddish
elementary grades at know Starke field. If -4 I;'i.'i: Ji. CroNhy, George Con. ilbt owing' the aerate to the) un- llll[. Nettles. and Leroy Norman.
meetin ':3, Now since the on their own -the brief case with a first' semester over half gone, and and ":mory Lewis, r'lork. 4 rlnd. Thin 17th day of Oil ( '..rk.'HtAnP'Onft. '
hays doesn't win over Jasper Zlpplts I weeks 'til EXAMS! HHAvronn fouN-rv HOARD OF II3L r-oi'NTY BOARD or
hit the mark, It Is Bradford zipper fastener-at the Bradford seven I'UMLIC FF JNNT RUCTION. AFtrtrK LOUiSE MORROW, WIIMO INSTIllTC'TION.
they 11 have a stack of P.at .- tonight (Thursday). It will give County Telegraph. Carolyn Green, reporter I 10-27 it A J (Uflffl\ Secretary. 10-27 4t 1117 Administratrix. 10-37 (I A. J. UrlffU, Hcrtary.Bradford I

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George Flynn, Jr., Has CARNIVAL QUEEN :Monday night Club the meeting

II SOCIETY and CLUBS I Surprise Party I Enjoys Dinner Party Brownlee Circle Numbe leader, ',1'1, I

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Jr., of Mr Members of the Monday night A. M. Richard. \ \I1h'
-..- ..- George Flynn, son dinner ,., t ht, I //"IIJ,
club enjoyed a '
and Mrs. G. B. Flynn, was surprised bridge State Farm, wiih,/ t
NormanBrannenHerbert Co-Ed Class Celebrates J. :M. Alvarez, Bill Graham by a few of his friends last! party :Monday night at seven o'- and two visitors fni..Znt'! '""':

Norman, son of S. J. First Anniversary Have Birthday AnniversariesAn Thursday night, at which time clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. :Mrs A. A. Jmdaii pi,
Norman of Vanderbilt, and Miss Members of the Co-Ed Class of occasion that will be of they celebrated George's birthday O L. Beasley on Walnut Street. votlonal reading th !10 I the
I Artistic arrangements! of roses, j U'h
Murlit! Brannen, daughter of Mr. the Methodist Sunday School especial Interest to the many anniversary. of Isaiah Mrs. H lu
and Mrs Thea Brannen of Lake celebrated the first birthday an- friends of J. M Alvarez and his Fall flowers, carrying out the chrysanthemums and other lateI the group in pVt.r, f II i f:"*'

Butler, were married in Starke niversary of the class Saturday grandson Bill Graham, was a Hallowe'en colors, and other appropriate -I I Fall flowers decorated the living Mrs R
and rooms for this lovely A ThoM,,,, J
Saturday afternoon by County night at eight o'clock with a din- Joint birthday celebration Sunday decorations were used i dining study chairman \ rnJ*

Judge E. K. Ferryman. At the ner party given in the Woman's with Mr. Alvarez' daughter, Mrs in the living and dining rooms k I I affair. the mission Wv,' 'a'f'

present lime they are living at Club building. W. P. Randall as hostess at her where George and his friends I + ; I The long table In the dining Mrs. A. M.work ,? ,I'.",mpa

Raiford. but will leave shortlyfor A profusion of chrysanthemums home in Jacksonville at 1609 King were entertained. A 'e room where the guests were seat- the society, Darby 1" side ,
Dundee where they will be and other late Fall flowers artis- Street. At this time Mr. Alvarez ed, was covered with a handsome talk gave ..01\, d"ere W
his 73rd birthday and During the evening many games cloth and centered and reports fnu, Mrs '
employed during the citrus season tically arranged in baskets white banquet j
and contests were enjoyed. In Harding,
In the auditoriumof Mr Graham his 25th. with an arrangement of miniature personal 'I, :, ,
placed the school content Murriel: Hall I man, and ,
Ru-i", ,,. b
--- ---.-- the clubhouse formed the decorative The guests met at Mrs. Ran- chrysanthemums in a silver bowl. ,
was the winner and received a [ chairman
Miss Katie Fugate motif for the occasion. dall's home at six o'clock where Burning yellow candles in silver were h ?,?!
novelty prize.At Harding told of
were served a delicious sup the table decorations the plans
Upon arrival the guests were they holders completed -
Honored in JacksonvilleFriends greeted by the officers of the per buffet style. An artistic arrangement the conclusion of the party Thanksgiving and u,1St III
of Miss Katie Fugate, of and white Mrs. Flynn served tempting refreshments while Mrs. Richard
class: E.R.. Struth, president; yellow After dinner the guests enjoyedfour bowed'
popular bride-elect of this month,, Miss Abbie Harley, vice-president; chrysanthemums adorned the lace of sandwiches, potato progressions of bridge and of articles "?, blind

will be interested in the following Miss Kitty Hogsed. secretary; covered dining table. Both Mr. chips, candy, cake, and punch. when the scores were tallied Mrs. requested. the me mi,, ,I. to

clippings taken from a recent issue Glen Wood, treasurer; and Mrs.D. Alvarez and Bill received many Hallowe'en favors were found on : Carrie Jane Rushing was presented mOI'e.P1ans

of the Florida Times Union: P. Carpenter teacher. lovely gifts on this delightful oc each plate. i of Italian were also malt, t,,
a piece potteryas a quilt to the
whose casion. About sixteen of I orpha,,., ,
"Miss Katie Fugate, The T-shaped banquet table George's her reward for making high K
Richard Wainwright linen Those to enjoy the even- friends to the During the social', marriage to James was overlaid with a white present were present enjoy la score. L D. Vining made high the
? ess served
of Starke will be an eventof cloth and centered with low bowlsof Ing with the two honored guests evening with him. r and deliclou I".fresh
s'9E. score for men was given a to her
November 24, was the honoreeat roses and a large birthday cake and Mr. and Mrs. Randall were: I I guests.
a luncheon yesterday given by iced In white and holding one pink Mr. and Mrs J. H. Gill and son, Covered Dish LuncheonThe flashlight and key ring. I I Members of (a, i, Nu

Mrs Albert Spencer in the Patio candle. Trailing coral vine, run- Jackie Joe of Hamlet, N. C., Mr. --- --- I Members of the club and their Three were entertained a

Grill of the Roosevelt Hotel. ning the entire length of the and Mrs D. A. Monteith and four circles of tbe Baptist I' Patsy Roberts, attractive daughter guests present were: Mr. and I home of Mrs. Pat, ..3tMett

Artistic arrangements of late table, and tall burning green family, Ralph, Margaret, and Joe, Women's Missionary Society are of Mr. and Mrs G. Wl Rob- Mrs Beasley, Mr. and Mrs J. E. ten members present

Fall flowers decorated the lunch- tapeis In silver holders, added and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, all of requested to meet Monday, Nov. I erts of Lawtey, who was chosen Wilson, Mr. and Mrs Edward As a devotional each me

eon table where places were further charm to the setting. Starke.It 13, at the Baptist paslorium to by popular vote to reign over the Burns, :Mr. and Mrs M. F. Brown, was asked to quote one of

marked with nut baskets in bridal Favors of miniature candles in was also an occasion of rejoicing study the mission book, "Con- annual P.-T. A. Hallowe'en car- Mr. and Mra. L. D. Vining and 'favorite Bible verses and r

design.As white holders and lolly pops were over the great Improve- straining Love" A covered dish nival here last week. She was their house guest, Mrs. Carrie an Instance in which she

of remembrance Mrs. found at each guest's place. ment in Mr. Alvarez' health.Carolyn. luncheon will be served at noon. sponsored by the SophomoreClass I Jane Rushing of Dublin, Ga., Mr. been benefitted or comforted
a gift :
and Mrs. Eugene L. Matthews, W. her Bible referenceMrs.
Miss Fugate E. R. Struth acted as master of of Bradford High School.
Spencer presented I ceremonies and made a toast to B. Sewell, Mrs. J. W. Kincald. E. W. Hayes secre
with a piece lingerie. James Richard Wainwright and CallstreetSees and Mrs. J. C. Robinson of read the minutes of the pre

Among those enjoying this affair Miss Katie Fugate, whose mar- Week of Prayer Apopka. meeting and Mrs. W u
with the hostess and honoree
'' riage will be an event of Novem- As this week was designated as transacted her duties as treas

were: Fugate Misses, Lola Ruby Fugate Adkins,, Mrs.Virginia -'I' ber 24; one to Mrs. Carpenter; All, Hears All, Prints All a week of prayer for the womenof Baptist W. M. S. 'Circles The outstanding item of
ness for
and one (a piece of toast wrap and atte
Perry Fugate, Mrs. Carl Cham- ped in paper) to James Dennis. Well, here I am back again . She's here now and will remain the Methodist church, there Have Regular Meetings was the donations for needy f,

lisa, Mrs. J F. Colley and Mrs. Mrs. Don McCann gave a piano This program of gossip coming to / until the wedding on the were three services held here; the The first three circles of the I lies In the community and

N, D. Wainwright, Sr." selection and Johnnie Whittemore you through the courtesy of C. C. 24th I'm betting there'll be first at the circle meetings and Baptist W. M. S. met Monday' rangements were made for

Shower Given played several' popular numbers Carolyn Callstreet-NOT com- parties galore for this half of that the second and third at the afternoon at 3:30 o'clock and! tributing one basket Immed,

"Mrs. Floyd Huckabee entertained between courses. Mrs. Carpenter pound carthartic So much well-known twosome generally re- church. Circle Number Four met Monday and at least one for Thanksgl

on Friday evening in her responded to her toast by telling happened last week, I had a few ferred to as "those adorable Tuesday afternoon the subjectwas night. After all business matters ,

home, 1512 San Mateo, on the of the privilege she considered It panicky moments, fearing in my twins" Katie has always "He Needs Young Hearts," Circle No. One met at the home transacted the hostess served

Southalde, with a miscellaneous to be the teacher and thanking naive way there'd be nothing left been my Idea of the typical June which was a service of worshipand of Mrs, D. L. Silcox with eleven lightful refreshments of s

shower honoring*Miss Katie Fu- the class for their splendid coop- for this issue But that's one bride, but If she chases to meditation led by Mrs. I. P. members present. wlches, cookies and hot c

gate eration. In conclusion she wish- nice thing about good old Starke, pick November I guess it'll haveto Shepherd. Assisting on the pro Personal service was the theme I
and the people therein They be O. K. with me Miss Amelia who late.Mrs.
"Chrysanthemums In bright ed them many happy returns of gram were Ray, for the afternoon and as a key to R. G. Kidd and Mrs
hues decorated the home for this the day and many more happy always come through with a bit Mullet and Martha Smith makIng -I talked on the subject of "Youth this topic the devotional was taken Wiggins entertained the mem
occasion birthdays. of this and a bit of that plans for rebuilding their Marches on In South America"; from Galatians 2, 10. of Circle Number Four at

"Mrs Huckabee presented the After dinner numerous games The game last Friday night wasa home at Kingsley (formerly the I Mrs. E. L. Williams talked on the During the business meeting it home of the former Monday e

and rip-snorter Not a ladylikeway Darby cottage) If the subject of the foreign special,
honoree with a piece of her contests were played, the was planned to send two hundred Ing.Mrs.
chosen pattern of china as a winners of the contests being Mrs. to express it, but that's just ed product Is as nice as the plans which Is "A Woman's College In to the orphanage. A Wiggins led the devot'

memento of this occasion. McCann and Glen Wood. I what it was A nor'easter look, it'll) be an attractive Rio de Janeiro";; Mrs. L. D. Vin- mission coupons basket for Christmas was after a short business session

About twenty guests were invited Those enjoying this delightful: : whizzing across the field provided tion to the Lake colony Those Ing read an Impressive missionarypoem also started at this meeting. held.Mrs.

(10 be with the hostess and affair In addition to the officers : real football atmosphere, as wellas other newlyweds, Artford and ; Miss Garnita Hutto, accompanied Delicious refreshments of ice A. E. LIghtfoot gave

honoree at this time." and Mrs. Carpenter were: the' a slight sprinkling of rheuma- Doshla Brown, getting a new by Mrs E K. Perry- Cream and cookies were served by Interesting account <>t a tri

---. Rev. and Mrs Frank Robinson, tism What a cuddling crowdIn home for themselves at Sampson man, sang "Are Ye Able?"; and the conclusion of Baptist Mission station ,n Ta
Mrs. Silcox at
Tri-C'ounty FederationTo Mrs. la. R. Struth Mrs Glen the grandstand Everybody after sentence prayers, "The After the business meeting

Wood, Mrs. McCann, Miss Hope' snuggling up, trying to keep Overheard (or maybe I was, Bridge Builder" was impressivelyread president of the Society.At adjourned the nineteen mem
Meet In MacclennyThe Haynes, Miss Lucille Kennedy: warm And those spectacular eavesdroppln') : "I'm mama's 185- by Mrs. L. D. Vining. each meeting a collection present enjoyed a delightful "
Trl-County Federation of Misses Katie Fugate, Lois Long, runs on the gridiron I pound baby boy, Goo!" Miss The Wednesday night service was taken for the home and for- hour.Mrs.
I '
Women's Clubs will meet this afternoon and Lois Adkins, all of Jackson- times when thought track seeing James Hollingsworth in was conducted( by Mrs A. Wood, I eign specials, and the response'I Paul Raymond will be
stumbled into
<(< Friday) at three o'clockIn ville, Misses Gulhla Marie Thede must a Carpenter's He'a "undertak- assisted by Mrs. W E. Middleton, was liberal. ess for the December meeting

the Woman's Club'. bdllding In and Dorothy Swambom, of Law- meet instead of a football game ing" a new job (Durn those I
Bill Giaham's Ralph"came
Macclenny. tey, Johnnie Whittemore, James puns. They Just won't stay out of,
I with colors,
Mrs. A Z. Adkins, president, Dennis, Robert Green, James through flying this col'm).
will preside over the business Richard Wainwright, John Atkin- I making a lengthy lunge for a The

meeting During, the program hour Mrs son Thede, Sam of Lawtey.Alvarez, and Richard touchdown. . 'Twas a beautifulrun the Jax one Saturday Ga.-Fla.MUST game game afternoon takes of the.placeIn .year It's J Want to Feel! like a aJJII !

D. P Carpenter, state chairmanof --.--- ..---- Missed Geo. Manassa in the Bet there'll be as many
Character Education, will speakon Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dant of stands He was recently sign- Starke
folks there as Powell Carpenter
character training and citizenship Brookfield, Mass, were guests of ed by Melrose High to referee all and Joe Wilson have jokes-
Mrs. R. J. Davis her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. their basketball games this season -
accom- And is luxury
that's a-plenty I we mean how'dyou; like gentle lap of Foamtex-cushioned -
panied at the piano by Mr if. L, A, R. 1<'. Clark, Tuesday night and Which reminds me, Geo. WHAT
Canova, will sing two Armistice Wednesday, en route' home aftera indignantly announces that he's A group of us were discussing I like you used to think a big -shift gears with a finger-flick,

number, "Joan of Arc" and "God honeymoon trip through south been wearing that hat for three .the. .art of "breaking" at dances shot must feel, cruising along in his bigbrawny take bumps in BuiCoil Springing's
Bless America" Florida. years Carolyn erred Caro- One boy said that wheneverhe
lyn apologizes But it does is broken on and doesn't wantto Buick, envy of every young"Cull float" comfort, even signal your

make me wonder where I've been give the girl up, he Just looks ster in town? turns by a touch on a lever.

for the past three years at her would-be partner and says I

Call Street "You don't understand-this Is Fact is, a big brawny Buick thisyear's
Catering on r.
my mother" 'Taint original And what do you pay 10 rail ibis -
These food sales! offering home- beauty; of a Buick is withinyour
it in
INSURANCE saw a moom pitcher I budget-bursting prices?
to be
made goodies are getting
What with the scarcity of reach right now
quite the rage All the best
stags at recent dances in these
local cooks exhibit their prize parts, however there's no danger A husky headlong 107-horsepowered Ix-nay! On the contrary, you can buy
masterpieces One of those far-
famed caramel cakes by Mrs. J. of any one resorting to the gag giant valve-in-head straight-eight can a Buick for less than some sixes!
The local
M, Brownlee A bit of cul- apt to waggle gallants a dollar are bill more be yours to command-you can roll And you'll find when you look into

HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY coconut tinary wlzardy pie from in the Mrs form L., of A.a hind your back be-I around town in the staunch and steady what's included in these prices that f

Please Phone 146 Davis Satin smooth fudge There seem to be a few carriage that's sure big, beautiful and a they cover many an item that you will
r from Wilma McClane Another who continue to doubt that I bearcat in action be asked to pay extra for elsewhere.
Carolyn Callatreet is Carolyn "
marvelous cake from Dot Epperson really -

And a vision of choco- Callstreet There Just aln'r when its boss

late goodness stirred up by the no such person they argue .i I gives the word I So lift your sights. This year, go after
versatile hands of Mona Canova Instance I'm informed the I the car really want-whIch means
Is MY mouth watering? discussion waxed hot as the Mon, I
Don't know of a better way to day Night Bridge Club was eat tut n sI: tor Yes, you can talking with your nearest Buick dealer

raise funds We contribute\ ing turkey around at Beasley'sthe nnLICIIf ride in the -right now!
other night They 'I
freely when we get cake or candyin say'Jeannette .
exchange Kincaid even went 110'' t Thi touring
model ;/I"J"II.Ih; BVICK SUFER ",0/,15/Jour-Joar
far as to point an accusing finger !
'Fessor Williams has announceda uJan$1109,1'/111"/ tirti aJMIitnat.
Hint Mitt l'hittidrwalf
22 Single Remington Rifles $:).9! :; at the editor, himself As If rh at ,
22 game with Immaculate Concep- the author of dgGvertdatF1intbl+ No ixtra rbargt for tin Itt-o-toni fnitft lAaiva*
Short Kemington Cartridges box :2c( tion of Jacksonville on December those dignified <
22 Long Remington Cartridges box 25c editorials would stoop to Idle gossip 'I .sportatiun teand ""__(
8th A postseason affair rata, ttr+
Heaven forbid! There ate ),
22 Long Rifle Remington Cartridges box 35c tf any
B. H S. will celebrate Its Home- lira! taxtt and 1
t 12 fiu., 3-1 1J8-8\ Shur Shot Shells, box 85c: coming on that date Grace to are do still that.enough. of us girls left optional t9,at 1'mrnl txtra, ; :: ;;

16 fia., box ______ ___ 8c( Wainwright, Ruth Sternberg and the ah'rrtterhangt 1
By way, I hear that "Miss privet t l r
20 fia., box SIc the Inevitable Elmo have been ask- Murphy" of the Clar Jean Shoppe *, \M l i
Remington locket Knives. ._ 25c: to $1.25: ed to help with after-the-game entertainment Is "expecting" Stand by foi V M a
Remington Butcher Knives 23c: to $1.00 I a further details And while

Kelly Handle Axes 3 to i pounds, each __ 52.25; I danceVould for be a swell: excuse you'ie standing. I'll sign off until

Dog Collars .. .. ._ 75C one this time next week So longCarnlyn ,M i ia
Came; and Turkey Routers $1.25: to $2.00 Banquet Busters Quite ,a ,, $
feed and so much fun when .
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//I 50 lb.: Lard Cans, each lOc Myrtlce Carpenter's! S. S class Circle Two of Kaiford

No. 10 Syrup Cans, each 10'' had blowout at the club house
Sutliluy night Imagine Rich- W. :M. U :Met WednesdayCircle
No. 5 Syrup Cans each 7c
ard Thede's embarassment when No. Two of the Raiford
Less than full packages add he graciously consented to cut W. M. U., Wednesday after-

10 percent on cans the cake only to find that a cardboard noon at two o'clock with Mrs G

No. 10 and No.:'\ 12 Meat: Choppers I box was all that held up L. Cox. The meeting was opene

}1 Enterprise Make,"each I the beautiful icing Lois Long ed with a prayer by Mrs. J. M

$1.75 nays she can bake a better cake Bradley, after which the sixth rs s (

I than that chapter of Mathews was read, w

{ Stove pipe and Elbows at reduced Sam' Shell Station (it's changed The eighth chapter of the W M,

: -1-- price when purchased management again you know) U. book "Our Lord and Ours

i with other goods 'I Is till enjoying a run as the was read and the meeting was ?p

Regular (Price on younger generation's mostfavored closed with prayer by Mrs. W. J

Stove Pipe 20e I night spot Never have Overstreet. *

Elbows I 25c; I seen so many people in one placeat The following members were
one time as were on hand there with Mrs Cox: : Mrs. L. A. Johnson -

.1 right after the game Friday Mrs. W. E. Malone, Mrs. J 1

I night I'm not telling YOU H. Dudley, Mrs. D. C. Sweat Mrs.J .

I Bradford anything? So you were there M Bradley, Mrs F. G. Mills,

too. eh? Mrs G. E Townsend Mrs. W H,

I Hardware Co. Reading the aasaiety col'ms Williams Mrs. Pierce Crews, and L REGISTER MOTOR CO. Starke Florida

I Katie Fugate has been honoree at Mrs. \V, J, Oventreet Two visitors ,

J. It. Carlisle, Owner several parties In Jax since the Mrs. D. T Thornton and Mrs.

announcement of her engagement S. J, Morgan, were also present. i


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r BITS of LOCAL NEWS I Sigma Delta Club Meets RecipesIce : LAWTBYIly I k I

The Sigma Delta Club wiis entertained : William (mil) ,l,
i Tuesday night by Misses i I 1//,

b > I piivls spent Thure1 Mr. and Mrs Marvin Hazen and Mrs. E. M. Thomas returned Helen and Marlon Dowling at the George Roberts Jr., r

iax., nttle. Miss Ida Lee Cone spent Satur- Sunday after spending: some time home of !their parents on Christian 1- Box Rally ed to his home here

__ day afternoon In Gainesville. Street. The ing four In St.
,,--- In Crescent City as the guest other living room was We are certainly glad to get days
i Duncan" and Mrs. C. and attractively decorated with Fall Hospital. George wa
It "' son daurthter-1n-law, Mr. Mrs William Norris recipe for
fl' '11 Tuesday in Jackght DIr and Mrs. C. H. Register of and Mrs. J K. Thomas flowers and potted plants for the i I Ice box rolls. It Is so nice to from an Infection
Lake Butler were guests Sundayof occasion blister on his heel.
,([,e, ___ Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson. During the business meeting officers make up your rolls ahead of time covering rapidly and
and then bake the number
--- Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Land- just
' : Kmcald, was a busl- were elected as follows: ably be back In school
', W rum and children and their house you want for lunch. Then too,
:f[ ,'111 -Jacksonville Fri- Miss Dot Boulware of Orlando president Miss Helen Dow 11ng, Friends! of Sire A. S.
pallor guests, Mr. and Mrs. William think of the convenience of havIng
\ will spent the week-end here as I secretary Miss Gayle Sewell, deeply regret to hear of
Miner of the In the
lItel'l1oon Akron, Ohio, spent Tuesday dough refrigeratorwhen
-- ---- the guest of Mlsa Clara Flume. treasurer, Mills Loral Bennett, and ness. '
In Inverness with relatives. unexpected company comes
d E Lightfoot and Mrs.rownlee -- I publicity officer Miss Ida Lee 1 cake. Mrs. \V. F. Moore anil
pent Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Harrell and Cone. yeast old baby daughter are '
h Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Daniel and 1 pint luke warm water.
t.IOuvUII (lIdren spent Sunday in Gaines I During the enjoyable social ly in the Alachuu.
;,:. ville as guests of Mrs. G. A. Mrs. Josephine Edwards, en routeto hour the hostesses served delicious 1-2 cup augur pital.!
-H Hoffman of Pine Taylor their home in Sarasota after I fruit cake and hot chocolate. 8 tablespoons wesson oil.
'11y Mrs. I n. F. Buyer of
Pi\"iht: guest Mr. andtinwau ----- spending some time in Madison. I Those present were Misses 2 eggs here ) ,
visiting relatives
3 level
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh GIL, were visiting friends here Marlon and Helen Dowling, Betty teaspoons salt.
Dir and .
Mrs. M. B '
Enough flour to mako stiff I
-- will arrive Saturday for a two Tuesday I Green, Loral Bennett, Carolyn
-- spent Sunday In
[ .Wall >* Jacksonville was weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. II. Green, Gayle Sewell, and Ida Lee with relatives. p }
J Wednesday night of L. Brownlee.Mr. \' Mr. and Mrs. J. Dorr Smith of Cone. Break eggs into mixing bowl ;''

I'Ist W L. Wall.alp Elrado, Kansas, and Don McCann ---. ar
al3rs! and Mrs. F. W. Varnedoe of Augusta, Kansas arrived the I Rev. A E. Lightfoot add! water, shortening, sugar, salt which has been under R

Weathersbee of Pom- of Palatka Were guests Sunday of first of the week for a visit with! and yeiiHt. Stir well. Add flour tion for several weeks Is ,';
Addresses Woman's Club
'N" the guest Tuesday of Mrs. Varnedoe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sara Coburn and Miss Amy I until a .stiff dough Is formed. home completion. This grow"u

[Vitrs B Dowling.. Mrs. W. P. Smith. Coburn. The regular meeting of the Turn out on board and knead Is located :.,;

.- Starke Woman's Club was held about den minutes or until smooth Lawtey. I,

ripd Mrs T. K. McClane, Mrs. Tolbert Black and son, Mrs W. T. Jackson of Bancon- Wednesday afternoon at three- ana! elastic. Set in refrigeratorover \IlffS Oletn Smith of : ,

JVson T K. III, spent the Jimmy, of Macclenny were guests ton, Ga., and Mrs. D. C. Fore thirty o'clock In the club auditorium night; form into rolls about ville was visiting her :

Li In Gainesville with rela- Sunday of Mrs. Black's parents, hand, of Albany, Ga., were guests with the president, Mrs. K. 22 hours before baking. Bake and Mm. L. C. Smith,

Mr. and Mrs. T. N Kendrick. this week of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. G. Duncan, In the chair. Mrs. N. in moderate oven ((300 or 350)). I week-end. 1

Carpenter and Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Wainwright Jr.. read the --. Tho Rev. G. E. '!

Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Struth and T. Long. i minutes of the previous meeting HANK NOT OPEN pastor of the Lawtey ,
son, Rodman, spent Sunday in and Miss bliss Manassa transact The Florida Bank at Starke Church Is visiting his y
DeLand as guests of Mrs. Struth's ed, her duties as secretary. friends here. \ l
Friends of Mr. and Mrs.> Victor will not be open for business on
parents, "Mr. and Mrs. J. H. C. Thomas will be interested to It was voted to change one Saturday, November 11, Armis Lamar Smith Is t y

\ TO Blll'cows and Tatum. know that they have taken an article of the by-laws so that officers tice Day, a Legal Holh.luy In the fives In North Carolina. i :
fa. Market prices paid on all of the club would be elect-
at home of the late II. C.
apartment the State of Florida. Kelly was a 0 ,
Lu. J O. ODOM. box 247. ed for two Instead of s : .
The Rev. A. E. Ligbtfoot is Mrs. Sarah F. Hamrick on South years for visitor In Jacksonville i ,;

:JIIIe,, Fla 331lyr.p spending this week In Jacksonville Walnut Street. I one year as in the past. "Joan of Arc They Are Calling day. 7r

PIED: PECANS Highest teaching in the training Mrs. L. A. Canova and Miss You" and "God Bless America." Mrs. W. C. Woolen is : '

;Ieale prices paid direct to school 4tthq)( Main Street Baptist Mrs. A. M Darby, Mrs. A. E.' Evelyn Stump were elected as Mrs. Canova accompanied Mrs ill in a Jacksonville ,
Church. delegates to attend the Trl-County
?er8 If you have pecans _..-:..:....:.:- '. Lightfoot, Mrs. R. A. Thomas, Federation In Macclenny this Davis at the piano. We still Bay Lawtey Is -,
rate, we will pay you dealer Mrs. W. B. Alexander, Mrs. H. L,. During the social hour tempting sincere backer of the '
Mrs. H. L. Evans has returned afternoon. Mrs. C. W. Chalker
HKfj. Get in touch with us.Kick Brownlee, Mrs. T. B. Harding, refreshments of sandwiches, cakes High Tornadoes. both on 1 '
to her home in Orangeburg, S. C., and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins were elected -
In full for your deliver- Miss Clyde Nelle Thomas, and nuts, and coffee were served by and In Hie lanils. ,
after spending several weeks hereas delegates to the sectional t
s unloaded at our ware- Miss Martlle Hemingway attended the following hostesses: Mrs. C. Robert Green and\ : : hk
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. meeting In Green Cove Springs,
Itiit 522 North Washington the Santa Fe Baptist Association F. Ward, Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, mer were business \ ,
A. Lawson. December 6. Mrs. L. G. Powell J
l.tet, Albany, Georgia. Tele- in Hampton Tuesday after- Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs. W. H. Jacksonville Sunday.
and Mrs. R. A. Green were elected -
f toe 1104, noon. The Glee Club from theChildren's Hart, Mrs. A. H. Johns, Miss Miss Marie There was
Mrs. Carrla Jane Rushing of I as alternates.
|:one 1104 THAD HUCK- Home in Arcadia en- Lucille Edwards, and Mrs. Ralph friends In Jacksonville
Dublin, Ga., has returned to her
After the routine business
BEE,, Albany Georgia. was Alvarez. "Watch our platform
home after spending several days tertained the guests during they I ...., p ,
transacted Mrs. Duncan turned -
10-27 4t .
here as the guest of Mr. and Mrs.L. program hour.Methodist ___ I II the meeting over to Mrs. L. G. !'!' :: )
In, PECANS- -Get my prices D. Vining. Powell, chairman of American 1 '

tore you sell.Geo. Inman at I Circles Home, who had charge of the something delicious to tempt I'm' : :It

}liS> Farmers' Market. Starke, Mrs. W. C. Preacher and children Have Enjoyable Meeting program for the afternoon. In I

1 tf Billy, Bailey, and Lucy Ann her introduction Mrs. Powell gave your appetite Here you are t :t r
and B. F. Bailey of Ridgeland, S. Mrs. Eugene L. Matthews was
the theme for the club year--Tho j. I
P. SALE Trailer, steelme C., were recent guests of Mr. and hostess Monday afternoon to American Home and urged Fresh DELICIOUS1 1//1 ;:;
,, wood body, Good tires Number One of the Women's t
Mrs. H. A. Lawson Circle '
members to take time to think i\ iI
1.090. See L A. [ of Christian Service
Davisltp Society ; {
just what an American home s ii"
R SALE Davis Ever-Bright Friends of A. H. Johns, who has of the Methodist churchThe means and what it should stand YSTER S "lII

Nse! paint $2.58 per gallon. been confined to the Veteran's home WaS decorated with bowls of | for She then presented the Rev.A. i !r. ... ",t&;

Hospital In Lake City will be Interested yellow and white chrysanthemums E. of the It I
I Lightfoot pastor
prders taken now for delivery, We have them fresh ice at all floras.'l
colored marigolds. ()
to learn that he has re- and orange n.i
Church 1\ .
Baptist as guest speaker.Mr.
i late as May 15, 1940 at this \ \
turned to his home here. As this has been designated as : Lighlloot impressively' told Large juicy delicious: t hl'Y 11 h;
1price :Mike Maruca'spore Wleek of the go great fried in cracker crumbs with u C :;'
the Prayer program of what the American home Involves ij
,, Starke Fla 11-10-41 Mrs. L. A. Davis, state vice- was in keeping with the subject. I Its principals morals, i hit ()' lemon. Or, in a hot milk stow with ;;;r':A
the United
of Daughtersof
R JEST Unfurnished apart- president Miss Olive Ray, circle chairman, ideals etc. He brought out the butter. ','

eat, Apply Mrs. J. W. the Confederacy, will leave read the call to worship! and Mrs. I great responsibility that the home 'I ,,}t:.

ItR :Monday from Jacksonville with Emma: Murphy read the responses, has in shaping the lives of its Full Qt. Full Pt. ,;
Mrs. J. L.. Meilliri" Mrs. George and t
after whfch scripture reading occupants and stated that coopE'raUon -
| ROT! Unfurnished modern Lennon state treasurer and Mrs were conducted by the F
prayer and coordination were In-
|p rtmeat also attr active ; Russell Frlnk to attend the General leader. Miss Amy Coburn read dispenslble to the true home. In SOc 30cPlace
ongalow dealt able location. Convention of the U. D. C. ,
"If Jesus Should }
the poem, conclusion he quoted several] axIoms
[\Humrick's apartments. It! !in Charleston, S. C. "
and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd
Come, | illustrating the permanent i I
Your Order Here Now i ii
read a poem prayer "Providing !I influence of the home such as
for Our Workers" was the title I "the family that plays togetherIs ;t

NAT SEZ : of Mrs. L. D. Green's reading; "A I the family that stays together," 1

d' I'm u man of few words and most Community[ House for Amherst- and "all great men are home

of the time the few words I utta-r dale, W. Va.. wa reviewed by! made men.' Phone 77 '
dent mean a thing. But It will Mrs. Frank Robinson; and Mrs. The Woman's Chorus, under the 1 DARBY'S STORE

Miy you well to hurl my word J. L. Anderson read about "Rank- direction of Mrs. L. A. Canova,

of wisdom thin. time. In Community House, Dallas, and accompanied at the piano by Free Delivery
M I John M. and Charles Darby ,
Texas." Mrs. E. M. Davis, sang "A Songof
raW :Slay be you haven't hoard about It,
and During the business session' Peace." Mrs R J, Davis sang I ,
but there's H war going on trantactedl, 1
.during every war It's tyllrfh to routine matters were
committee was appointed tot I -
rare prices. and a rr
put flowers in the church during'the ''

You can Mill buy at fhe old price month of November. j'r Br 1 1vy
If step! on It and buy now. If
you After disposing of business, a j
you wait too long you'll pay more, social half-hour was enjoyed and .'
I lJt>tdua.
at this time the hostess served <

hot spiced tea. sandwiches, and

Tom Sawyer Tom Sawyer mints. Mrs. Matthews had as her 1

( Ui guests: Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs.

'T Shirts M. B. Herlong./; Mrs. I. P. Shepherd '
Corduroy f
I'I'1 !
Mrs. J. L. Anderson, Mrs. +

Emma Murphy Mrs. Frank Rob < ,
OverallsFor FOIl BOYS
inson, Mrs. W. P. Smith, Mrs. L

Wear better D. Green. Miss Amy Coburn, Mrs.
Boys or / Sarah McCann of Augusta, Kansas -

Girls; Fit better Misses Amelia and Olive Ray.

|Parr Green; and l Last I longer Circle Numbi-r Two was entertained

Red by Mrs. L. F. Smith, whose

I Serviceable gar- IiN p>L 85c living room was charmingly dec ,

I "KMIU that will)) orated with chrysanthemums.The .

I stand Week of Prayer programwas
a lot of
carried! out at this meeting
rough wear under the direction of Mrs. A
Tom Sawyer
led In the devotional
Priced at I Wood, who also
service Assisting on the

$$1.98 Pajamas I program were Mrs. Jo;. K. I'erry-

man Mrs. A Z. Adkins, Mrs. W

"*rs at $1.00 1 -- Smith, and Mrs. Pearl '
Y"y / 4 M y l

:HENS I50VSLumber Simpson.The .
bunlness session was presided -

Leather Jackets Jacks I over by the circle chairmanMrs. r;
v-' r ti nr ,Xw
and at thin ; t "
I'earl Simpson d '
:Navy:' lilue Melton r l r. +r' aN'
Regular $7.50 Values Prices time it was decided to give a r' ,, .. ,. f
At Speacial I food sale on Saturday, November

SPECIAL AT WHILE THEY[ LAST ithu 18, the proceeds to be addedto

$5.98 $1.98 interior the fund of the for church.redecorating the So good by itself. .

Miss Kate Struth, chairman of F e
lUG LINE: OF Baby Specials, requests the moth / so good with food
BLANKETS ers to have the mite boxes readyto d 1 -
hand In by the first of December

| AT ]BARGAIN 1 PRICES MENS BOOTSPETER'S as this{ department moat re Ice-cold Coca-Cola with food Is a pleasant '

able Part ALL LEATHER port Mrs.thin Smith quarter.served delicious Russian a ta9tC-SUrpC19C. Its life and sparkle give zest "" as

Olln) Wool The Old Prices Still On tpa and sandwiches to the D to something good to eat. That's why you see

$$1,19 following members: Mrs L A r $ 'o' p and enjoying it with lunch. )
$4.98 more more people .
$1.95 Davis. Mrs A Wood, Mrs E K ,, R ,, !! '/ ,
I Ferryman. Mrs. A. Z. Adklna F
IT PAYS TO I1UY AT Mrs F. H. Long. Mrs. W N X ri

i iIt1 North. Mrs. W. G. Halle. Mrs L f

D Vining, M.... Pearl Simpson, STARVE COCA -COCA BOTTLING CO.

Mrs. Charley B. Johns, f.s. W ,t

E Middleton, Mrs. Hogan Smith ,
/ I

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_ FARMERS' SECTIONHINTS ORGANIZE TO HELP I Uy Mrs II. :M. McRae I 1 ; meat lnauKu, ,,.?1

PROTECT INTERESTSFlrKt : I ___ ____ __ _h_=' sloner May wn"/, m
< i h ?'1; "
-- Eld. W E. Hall filled his regu i
years haH .
steps In the formation of,I lar appointment at Pine Level' WILL REOPEN NEW HOLDING FOR FAIR more than reduu.i i fun"t, ,, I III i
RURAL fifty
FOR TILEIIOUSEIIOLI a state federation of tobacco I through Saturday night and Sun Quitman, Ga.-Morgan Cotton Tampa, With the completion Ida ,lr"Rn! "

) COMMON SENSE. farmers were taken by representatives day night, and we are sorry to Mills of Quitman will resume operation of the new exposition building, .

FARMS of 14 counties meeting at I report the Illness of Mrs. Hall, after several years of now under construction, which replaces SUGAR -
THANKSGIVING I the call of the Chamber of Com- who was unable to attend the Idleness. Ralph Sanders, mill executive -' Snow Hall, the Florida (
STATE merce. services. of the Laurel Hill, N. C., State Fair at Tampa will have the P,0lllli' 'J, tn
told that turkeys sugar
are for 1939 R. B. Roberts prominent Union Mrs. Neta White of Rising spent Morgan Mills, is here this week most modern and up to date cane haiv-st, .t '. ''I

be cheap and, not plentiful only in Floridabut Beginning of the annual winter county farmer, was named temporary the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. I I organizing his office staff. grounds and equipment of any day of last week wh.n '" ''i

Thanksgiving over the entire United States. hegira of folks from other sections president. Names of sev- I H. M. McRae. fair In the nation. The 1940 States Sugar Corprtt mil

So even if the whole country of the nation to Florida is eral prominent citizens of Columbia Mrs. C. B. Browning spent last I "SEAT WITCII" LAUNCHED Florida State Fair will be held at an army of men ;?I w", .ta ,1'''

celebrates: both President Roosevelt not many weeks distant and every Hamilton, Baker, Union, I, week with her mother, Mrs. Mag- I Tampa, The freighter "Sea Tampa, January 30 to February plantation here ; K "t,
designated ThanksgivingDay Florida farmer should now be Bradford Alachua, G J 1 christ, I gie Fales of Leesburg, and returned Witch," first o* the U. S. Maritime 9. tions \ ?.? I
and the customary one, there preparing to make things as at-:I Madison, Marlon, Taylor, Sumpter, i home Saturday. : Commission's new ships to Jay W. the fnll'wlllc, ,

a1With\ tractive as possible for them. I Clay and Dixie counties were pro- I launched REPORTS ON SAFETY Morgan ,*, .
will be enough for J. L. Underhill spent Wednes- be built in Tampa, was and general .
Tampa,-Reporting on his manag. |
Thanksgiving In the wind, turkeyin These visitors come to Florida posed as directors to completethe day with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. with fitting ceremonies on October return If the harvest U1 ''Ut l .'
from the National cllll. i h,, '
of the Safety
organization Florida
the straw, why not let the Incomparable because our climate is warm and Lewis. We are glad to report 31, shipbuilding officials an- through without "a
Tobacco Farmers Congress recently held in Atlantic rest ,
bird be your choice pleasant, while the snow, ice, and Federation. that Mr. Underbill's health is nounced. federal "ll1R f

for that feast day and build your sleet pile up on the doorstepsback George R. Graham, chairman much better and that he was able City, Asher Frank, Director of 500 men regulations will b rom tha ,,
the Florida Safety Council, stated given
menu perhaps as follows? at their homes. They come of the Agricultural Departmentof to attend church Sunday. I TO FINANCE LOANS employment for 'ntll)
one of the outstanding exhibits of a pe"tI',' j
Dinner for relaxation and to see the attractive the Lake City and Columbia >?
Florida Thanksgiving Misses Ardelia and Virllee Starling than six
Washington,-At the request of the Congress was the months at '
"Safety on Wage ,
Chamber of h
Cocktail and beautiful things in County Commerce, and Arthur Jr., Satur- than, those
Shrimp spent
Senators Charles O. Andrews and the Farm" material Commissioner paid In am ,np
crackers, of course) our state. presided over the meeting, which I, cultural
With with their brother-In-
( crisp day night
Claude Pepper, and Representative Mayo is distributing in the interest enterprise Hnvwne,. '
of was T. J. Brooks
orCoquina Rural landscapes are things by I law and sister, Mr, and Mrs. William Millard Caldwell, the Farm of safety by the Depart- In the world, Morgan llteoJACKSONVRLE'S
assistant l commissioner of
Broth beauty when farmers keep their agri-
Moss of Starke.
Securities Administration has
i ment of
homes in good condition, their culture. Harold Colee, presidentof Agriculture. Commis-
Iced Florida Celery the Florida Mrs. Murll Thomas of Rising agreed to finance seed and fertilizer sioners and other safety depart- THE e7>i, .
Carrot Sticks barns and fences In good shape, Chambe/ of
Radish Roses '
dinner of Mrs. V. A. loans for farmers In the
was a guest ments throughout the nation are
Pickled Pears their fields neat and attractive, Commerce, H. G. Clayton, A. A ,
Browning Sunday. seven westernmost Florida counties S
Homemade Bread and Butter and their stock sleek and fat On A. Administrator for Florida, and '
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and which suffered severe crop
Pickles the other hand, if our farm homes other prominent citizens of the .
little of Jacksonville damage by summer rains. ,
State. son Harley BUSINESS u ) Ova,
need of
Roast Turkey with Savory and barns are in bad repair -
spent Thursday night with Mr. .
Dressing and paint and our stock is The need for an effective State
and Mrs. H M. McRae. I
Garnish with Orange Slices scrawny and neglected, these visit- organization was emphasized in I DIRECTORY
Marion Bennett of Rising was a
Gravy ors will find nothing good to say addresses by many practical Cloud--Here's one for your vc
dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. H II
Silvered Buttered String Beans for our farming sections and will farmers who were present. The M. McRae Sunday scrapbook: Claude Padgett of St. 16, r ; .

Onions drive by them In haste. vote to Cloud recently caught a three-
Glazed __ L .__. ._ ._____ organize was unanimous.A Eld. W. E. Hall of Green Cove
Hot Wbolewheat Rolls me progressive riunua iiiiiutri plan of organization submitted pound black bass and found a -2
Springs was a dinner guest of The drink '
Orange Cranberry Relish Is now looking to his place and by Mr. Graham proposed for- Mr. and Mrs. Ruble Crosby Sat- woman's 15-jewel wrist watch in f

Avocado and Tomato Salad on getting It into attractive condi- mation of county: tobacco farms' its stomach. Padgett says when that t

Lettuce tion for the annual inspection of associations in counties where tobacco urday. the watch was removed and shaken -
We have meeting at the
(Delightful with a snappy French visitors. He's getting his stock Is an important commercialcrop. prayer and it began to tick. An Associated everybodyknows
church LEADING
Thursday night
dressing wherein lime juice Is sleek and fat, cleaning up the These county associationswill every Press story of the find broughtan HOTEL
is wel-
substituted for vinegar) grounds around his home, usinga work together in the state come Sunday to night.come and Everybody worship with inquiry from a lady in Rah- J C" i/. al a4 _ode,..Ir.f .

Honey Pumpkin Pie little paint where it's needed, federation in all matters of state- way, N. J., requesting a full description C t"7 7"proo heat. y. y

(Use chopped pecans in the and generally tidying up his farm. wide Interest, Each county will us of the watch. It is be- SUMMER II..... ... down_
Billy Fender left Monday for 5ct 'CIC'-aYlU.' .
crust) Poultrymen should be priming be represented by one director on Orlando where he will join his lieved she may have lost it whileon r COMFORT.110. IQ E.a,

Coffee Nuts Fruit Mints their flocks for heavy production the state a tour of the state .......
I board which will be the recently. .., Ova -
mother in their new home and -..-a v_ "_Lft_ _
the winter that -------
Savory Urenslng during so they administrative and i
working groupof will enter high school there. with hiamprln ,A.
COCA-COLA matin and
Use 1-2 cup butter, 1 onion, may receive the benefit of the ad- the federation. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling, Jr. WINS NATIONAL CONTEST: BOT. CO. Imp auoatoak.wat.r.a.ntbn, [

chopped fine, 1 cup chopped celery ditional egg consumption. Clayton speaking for the A. A. and little daughter of Starke Largo-James W. Poucher, local WE ARE PO'ULA..ICED
and leaves 3-4 sau- Dairymen should, of course, be
pound pork
: A. In Florida, gave encourage- were visitinghis parents, Mr. and farm boy and member of the rRESCRiPTIONEXPERTS COCKTAIL LOUNGE
cleaning their barns and and
2 quarts dry bread crumbs, up
sage ment to the organization and Mrs. J. E. Starling Friday night.HEILBRONN Future Farmers of America, dis- COFFEE
salt and grounds, feeding their cows plentyto SHOP
savory seasoning pepper.
stated that
the policy of the ad tinguished himself in Kansas City
Melt butter, add onion and cel- keep them fat and in good condition -
ministration has been to recognize last week by winning the National CARPENTER'SThe Chr A. a ,.... HH.4
ery and cook slowly until slightly and capable of heavy pro- organizations representing pro- FFA Speakers Contest with an Rexall Store :....."w-Ch.r.,.._.._1f"01 Wt...
softened Add sausage and cook duction. By Mrs. L Gasklna
ducers wherever such representative address entitled: "Soil Conservation -
Visitors will be well satisfied
slowly until crumbly and lightly
associations I
exist. -Man's and Nature's. Other
brown. Add bread and season- with the eggs and other food they Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Mott of NEAT APPEARANCE
ings as needed. eat and the milk they drink when While no outline of activities of Brooker were the guests of his Florida boys winning awards at

they see that these things come the new Federation was proposedIn mother, Mrs Mary Mott, here the national convention were Ell Means
I'irkliMl Slices
Use about Orange 4 medium sized from clean, healthy, and attrac- Saturday's meeting sugges- Friday afternoon.Mr. Warren Montgomery Read, Jr., Trenton; OTTO F. STOCK'S Dry Cleaning
tions Wood Alachua
made ,
tive establishments.It by various speakers and Mrs. Freeman Crosbyof ;
fruits. Grate, peel lightly, punc- included efforts to secure equit- Jacksonville were the guests of William Edward Johnson, Gon- See
especially Important
ture with a fork and cook until have Florida farms In good shape able acreage allotments for the Mr. and Mrs. R. it. Reddish Sun- zales; Robert Campbell, Jr. Wau- CLAYTON STRICKLAND
tender Drain. Cut in half-Inch
1940 crop, especially for smaller chula. These were among 166
for the winter but the
slices, in halves
or as preferred. day.Mrs.
beat farming practice calls for farms, efforts towards separate M. L. Thompson and winning the "American Farmer"

Make a syrup in the proportionof maintenance of these favorable type number for Florida bright children were guests of Mr. and degree of excellence in vocational

2 cups sugar to 1 cup water, conditions' the year round. leaf tobacco, cooperation with Mrs. J. L. Gaskins and family agriculture, academics and prac- I BOREE FUNERAL HOME

sufficient to cover the slices 1 --. warehousemen to avoid harmful Sunday.We tical farming. Earl Haynesworth, Full line of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies
Inch Add a lemon, sliced, two 2- Alachua, and Ell
; DKKIt TONGUE SHIPPED congestion in theearly days of are very sorry to report Montgomery AMBULANCE SERVICEDAY

t" inch pieces of stick cinnamon, and DeLand,--More than 168,00 Ibs. Florida markets, and cooperative Mrs. J. C. Jones on the sick list Read were official Florida dele AND NIGHT
10 whole cloves. Bring to boil, I purchase of fertilizers. gates at the convention which was 134 1'IIONE---131
of dried deer tongue leaves were We wish her a speedy recovery. L
add fruit and cook until fruit is shipped from Volusia County durIng -I Mr. Roberts, who was elected Edwin Clemons returned to his held in connection with the I G. n. BENNETT MRT.

.clear and syrup heavy. Keep the season which ended early unanimously on nomination by home here from Miami last week, American Royal Livestock and I "A HOMELIKE INSTITUTION"

low fruit well coveted with syrup. Al this month, County Agent F. E. Senator J. Wollord Lindler of Co- where he has been employed for Horse Show. e

to stand over night. These Bnetzman reports This amountof lumbia County, expressed enthu- the past few weeks. Mr. Clemons

halves or slices are delicious to dried deer tongue Is equal to siasm over the benefit to be derived was forced: to give up his Job because -

serve not only with the turkey but morn than 1,000,000, pounds of the from a strong working or- of his health. He has been I g ? ? "

other hot or cold meats. Deco- green leaves. ganization of Florida tobacco confined To his home here since v

rate around with parsley and place farmers. his return because of illness. We W g4 c l Vl llllf T4

the platter.turkey as a garnish on 4 tablespoons of butter, add 3 wish him a speedy recovery

tablespoons of brown sugar. Drop FIVE FLORIDA GIRLS Cool weather has arrived at last '" f

> Glazed Onions onions in and lightly brown. NAMED FOR NATIONAL and people here are busy killing v .. 'I> (\i f.."wWi'r?;'' y

Cook onions in plenty of water Watch and turn often to prevent CLUB CONGRESS TRIP hogs and prepa-lng to grind cane. .B ') "

until almost tender. Drain Melt burning. W. n. Davis snent last week nt .- ___-- --W1l! : ""

Ruby McGahee of eastern Hills- Ocala where he was employed.Mrs. .

INSURE WITH borough County, Elsie Mae Knottof Eddy Cox and young w

Volusia, Catherine Barnes of daughter have returned here to

JOHNSVAINWRIGHT St. Johns, Margaret Parker of the home of her parents. Mr. and

Lake, and Myrtle Baker of Su- Mrs. T. J. Moore, after being con-

FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS wannee will represent Florida's fined In the St. Vincent hospitalin

Phone 10.000 4-H club girls at the Na- Jacksonville for the past sever
tional Club Congress in Chicagothe al days. Mrs. Cox lives at West

first week In December. The Palm Beach but has been spend

quintet of champions has just been ing the past several weeks hereas P ";J

FUNERAL DIRECTOR chosen by Miss/ Mary E. Keown, the guests of her parents.L. p '
: ,
My Many Yean Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render state home demonstration agent M. Murrhee of Bootsey's p : ,-

EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE with the Agricultural Extension Beach spent Monday night here

MODERATE PRICES Service, and her staff. with his daughter and son-in-law,
DeWITT C. JONES Each winner was judged best Mr. and Mrs J. L. Gaskins.

Starke Florida in some phase of 4-H club work The many friends here of Mrs.

for the past year, and each has Mary Reddish will regret to learn

been enrolled in the work for at of her illness at the home of her

least three years. Each had pre- son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and

viously won a county contest. Mrs. W. M. Reddish of Bootsey's

Miss Keown says that both proj- Beach. We all wish her a speedy

ect work and leadership activi- recovery..

MEATCURING ties of the girls were consideredin .

making the selections.The FLA. STATE FARM

complete list of first and By Miss Earn: WeaverMr. 0 a r*. Special 0. Low Spurt S.4an, **"g

second place winners, with their ..

agents, as announced by Miss and Mrs. Joe Wallace have .e. ''''',''Dw Expect lot of excite.of being first In biU-cUinMna, forth':
Keown follows: ment *"J.
returned expect lot
from a two weeks' visit same good, powerful,
Canning for home of thrill when
use-First in Kentucky. you step In and reason I 1
honors, Miss McGnhee, Miss Irene drive the new Chevrolet for
Mia" Roy Roberts and her 19401! And it out-ridet the other, too
Riley, home agent; second honors, daughter, Miss Enza Weaver, a Chevrolet has long had low-priced carl
the I
because It's the only (
No increase in Mary Ellen Lough, western Hills- the week-end in reputation of "
prices spent Perry with 3 belng/h- In accelera with "The Ride Royal"-t h* 1 afc.t.
home borough, Miss Mlle Lee Rush, Miss Weaver's aunt and uncle, lion in its price range-becaUM It's smoothest, steadiest ride knownWe ''

agent. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kelly and the only low-priced thel
for V\ car with a GO for
Clothing the 4-H club girl- their repeat "You'll
/Ralph. super-vitalized,
First, Miss Knott, Miss Gladys super-silent Valve- new 1940 Chevrolet when 'ou see!
Mrs A. M. Bassett of Chatta- 1 in-Ilcad Engine: !
Kendall agent; second, Willie hoochee Is spending several days S- how It GOES for.you.' Better eye

We% Specialize In Sugar Mae Mixon Manatee, Miss Mar- with her daughter Mrs. Myrtle It has long had the reputation It, try It. buy It-today!

garet Cobb, agent. Mills.
Foot 4gX
preparation and cookery-- Mr. and lira. B. C. Prince and
First, Miss Barnes Miss'Anna E. -Jr-- -.tpwT :
daughter, Sadie, spent the week. -

Cured Meats Heist, agent; second, Evelyn end In Dublin, Ga., with relatives. 85 H.P. wKOYAI curm.. STYUNO sioon 54401 AND outjioi
Haynes Plnellas, Miss Tillie Roe- Felton Mills is < Ntt HJU.VBIOH CODIES* VACUUM-,
I spending several VA LVE IT FISHER NEW IXdUilVI
gel, agent. days in Atlanta. Ga. I -I IN HE ADS 1 X POW'R SHIfT THI alt' OVAl-_t7-.....'. t-.** *_
Baking for the home A_ ECM fV.tm. ENGINE
Mrs. Man $
Thomas of
Dublin, .
Miss Parker, Mrs. Lucie K. Miller r riCTEO HYDRAULIC MAKES AU-JlllNT IrNGOM ISII
-- -- 6
Ga., Is 5
visiting her daughter and 9 TIAMSMtSSlON fUllD
agent, second, Mildred Pitts aoEa TVTOt-MATIC aUTU.NEW
'I ,
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs L. E. SEAM MADUOHTS WITH "IATlr.RIIING UOMT5.
Gadaden. Miss Elsie Laffitte, Prince. AND UP* a.......,
awn IItcno 175On JnpwAod .....J... Maros.
agent Mr. and Mrs H. and t,"1..,.Mlcltl'.....Trantfartation \
son, Speci.1
Do .
Luu ..
Gainesville Ice & I Club records and general oaifd an rail ...... ttoit Miner p.aerin.
achievement Ralph, visited relatives In Madl- and local ta*..(I/any).opiianalyra.
First Miss Baker, Hon Sunday. .qu.pmnu ...01 aarawrir

Miss Louise Taylor agent; second, John Chamberlin .without. fricfi rnA/.or.. to .Anne. W
and Edwin nntic 6umfr
Cold Storage Co. [ Olga Elizabeth Kent Hudson agent Broward, Miss Townsend of Palatka were Sun-I -.*". an III...,. U 6 guard
day dinner guests of Edwinamother
--- --
---- ---
J. L. GEORGE FOR --- and father, Mr. and Mrs

|Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St. and for McGee'Minor bowels Baby upsets that result Elixir of the from Is Intended stomach over. returned Mr. and from Mrs. Joe a several Hundley days'have NOT DRIVEN-SO THEY COME SHIPPED TO YOU TO GENUINELY FLORIDA NE\ 1'

eating improper foods tour in different parts of North
or tempo
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA rary over-acidtty of the stomach. 'Carolina.Mr. TORODE

A bottle of McGee Baby Elixir and Mr*. Emory Townsend CHEVROLET CO

costs only 35c.CARPENTER'S. ,of Trenton were week-end guestsof

DRUG STORE Mr and Mr*. J. E. Townsend.


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VOVEMBKR 10, 1939

It Boy JI"'t" I
't I'f --- .-. --. ---.--- 0-- ____ Ity :Mrs. II. II. I.cwle I ABOUT SOCIAL SECURITY ACTS "


.U"nST It t.lghtfuotd Rev. Frank Robinson Chas. H. Allen, *.r. ""rk'" hurrh Sunday CHRISTIAN School Brooker were visiting Mrs lIar- I! Another excellent meeting of This Is number four in a series which he received as much as $IS
f. SuptMrs. the Boy Scouts of America of 12 sets of 'questions! and anwers In covered
'Iran' PastorE. Pastor Rev. Fred Terkea. Jr. Ira Wilson rell's parents Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Troop wagex.
Thom.*"';eSoRt. K. Ferryman Rector Sunday School Crosby Saturday. I I I number 70 was held on Tuesday most frequently asked about Q If there are no widow, dependent -
rands) t. huol Oen. Superintendent Organist Sunday School 1 Supt 10 o'clock night In the Church School rooms social security legislation by R. children or dependent
1 of Church School Mrs. E. M. Davis Miss Ella J. SaisaOrgant Rev. W. E. Hall of Green Cove
a(1 /I. 1\( of the First Methodist Church B. Donaldson, manager of the parents will there be a benefit
,. Ic.setut. Church School Church School Supt. riitriicn OF niniNT Springs was a dinner of Mr.'
J guest
_nrnlnr II ,.. "AI 10 A. M. Roy Mathews Mr. 11. L1 BrownServees Harry pickup. I and Mrs. R. R. Crosby Saturday. i|'|I under the direction of the Scoutmaster Florida field office In Jacksonville payable?

'rAlnlnlr Morning: Worship Church School Pastor the Rev. Frank Robinson. Set number five will ap- A: Yes. If there are no Immediate
I ....n, )s.r\"e., P." ltI. I II Service, 11 A. M. 10 A. M. Sunday 10 A.School M. Bible Sermon Study and 3pm.The Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and I I I The Interest In the work of the pear next week.Q relatives entitled to
I It :Morning; !
del rP. MMprrrer I Evening Woriblp 11 A.Worship W. Sundays __ II A. M. Lord Supper 4 p. m. children of the State Farm were Troop was excellent as well as : If a man 05: or over retires monthly benefits there may be a

t I l>u"t 1:00: P I Service 7-30: 1'. M Sigma Chi 7:00: p. m. Fridays, 7'30 P :M. evry Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. the attendance at the meeting. from work and receives a monthly lump-sum payment for funeral

I 'plan lat League Young: Meetings Peoopl.'s Holy Days__10 A. M. MIX. ALLIANCKPreMdent : C. Conner Sunday. Only two unexcused absences from benefit and afterwards secures expenses to six times the work-

,.. )lona Director ranOV&CIIotr 6:30: P. M. I I Mr. and Mra. George Reddish of the meeting: were chalked up small jobs amounting to $15: a er's average monthly benefit.Q .

n f(. poweU Prayer Meeting MISSION HALLSponsors GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored The UP,'. Frank Vanderbilt spent the week-end against the Troop. Reports were month can he still receive his : What Is the minimum and

I.Chairman. Wednesday 7:30 P.M. : Mr. by KohltiHon with Mrs. Reddlsh's parents Mr. I I i heard from the Patrol Leaders monthly benefits? maximum monthly benefit a

"AI P.cIcklaterrte Mrs,Organist F. II. Long J.Mr.T.and :Mrs. J. T.and Quigley Mrs The Vic HPV President Leslie and Mrs. Everett Norman. I i I concerning the Patrol meetings A: He can receive any amountof worker may receive

{Chairman Mi .. E. K. Ferryman, Study QulSIy91ble Evang-ellMtio, Service ShepherdSecretaryTreasurer Mr. and Mrs. David Paulk and : that are held each week In the wages a month In excluded A: The minimum Is $10 per
TruyteelI. each
I I"":oo powell Axlstant Organist Tues. evening 7:30: each day Friday evening and 7 Sun-I: I I The Rev. Fred Yeikes little daughter, Fay, of Jackson- 1,j'afternoon qj\ an additional meetIng employment and still receive his month; the maximum Is $85 permonth

-. _. vllle spent the week-end with I for the week. The Mohican monthly benefits. If he earns depending, on the average
-- I Mrs. Paulk's parents. Mr. and I Patrol, Life Scout Patrol Leader $15 a month or more from covered wage record of the individual

METHODIST MISSION HALL ANDTAHKRNACLK Mrs. Walter Underbill. j Leonard Smith Jr., reported that employment however, he forfeitsan worker. 1

Bob Jones : Mr. and Mrs. A. u. Fouts and' they had begun work on their amount equal to his primary Q: How should workers now

4 CHURCH NOTES little son, Cube, of Lakeland and '1 Totem Pole; the first patrol of benefit for each month when he Is 05: or approaching retirement age

The study of the Book of Micah Mrs. A. L. Jackson of Jacksonville the Troop to begin actual construction so employed.Q file claim for monthly benefits?

CIfJlle1lts On llere.JJHereafter The monthly administration of was completed at the regular spent the week-end with Mr. |II j on tho Totem Poles that : Can a man file application A: Workers approaching. age 65

the Sacrament of the Lord's Sup Bible Study at the Mission Hall' and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. I will be constructed by the Patrol. for monthly benefits announcing who have received as much as $::10

per was conducted at the First last Tuesday night. In spite of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter \ and the Senior officers Other his Intention to retire from work, In covered employment In each of

psalmist said "A man's Methodist Church on last Sunday the sickness occasioned by cold of Heilbrohn and Miss Ruth) reports of interest Included past und then keep on working at not I less than six calendar quarters -

lldevlseth his way; but the morning by the pastor the Rev. weather there was a good attend Lewis of Jacksonville were dinner I'I hikes and future plans. smaller wages or at the same since 1930 should consult or

rfjirecteth his steps." This laB Frank Robinson. Assisting In ance. At the meeting of the 31st guests of their mother, Mrs. Bert Plans were Instituted for an of- wage ? write the nearest field office of

pat t significant statement In I this service were the Stewards; of October offerings were broughtfor Shaw, Sunday. | ficers overnight hike to be held A: Yes. A person could do the Social Security Board for details -

when ambitious dictators"jnileavorlng the Choir and Mrs. F. H. Long. the mission to lepers. There Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Fouts and I on November 17th and 18th. This that but ho would l forfeit his regarding filing claims for ;i

to build empires.] Several selections were renderedon was about $2.85, most of It In Mrs. Bessie Arebatus of Lakeland will take the form of a training monthly benefit for any month In monthly beneflta.

wigs the centuries man has, the organ by Mrs. Long and I pennies saved for this purpose. In I spent the week-end with Mr. and I camp for the officers BO that (hey a

,tits. run his own affairs. What I the beauty of the service was en- the offering. Mrs. W. C. Conner. will be better able to lead the and l childrenwere visiting Mr. Lee Lazenby. Mra. J. T. Dowling. ;

l.na he has made! I hanced by the soft organ music i The subject of the book of I Rev. W. E. Hall and R. R. patrol. on overnight hikes later. and Mrs. P. B. Prevail of Ther- Mrs N. J. Sapp and Mrs. Homer -

[ Alexander the Great couid con-, during the administration of the Micah WaS the old old story of I II Crosby were visiting! A. A. Hutchinson Plans for Patrol overnight camps t'AHISunday.. I Welch of Lake Butler Mrs E. C. j

I elements. The Choir rendered in I God's chosen people who, having of Vanderbilt and Chester -| were planned for one in December Mrs. Maggie Green has returned Priest Mrs Kate -Shepard, and I'Mrs.

con- a moat pleasing manner the hymn been blessed abundantly by God Register of Sturke Sunday' two in January, and one in home after spending a few weeks I Frank Richard of Lake But

_a Of blood as his army march- "Our' Best." I I Binned against Him. In every afternoon. I ebruary. with her sinter Mrs. K. P. John- ler. Minxes' Vera Ilutler Bonnie Y

Id to victory and then to defeat. The evening service was con- 'period of her history Israel was Mrs. M. G. Fonts returned home Senior Patrol Leader Life Scout son of Ralford. I Turner and Melba Moody served a

running this universe. Man ducted by the pastor assisted by constantly striving to conform Saturday after spending a while j I KIIOH Hayes and Senior Patrol D. Boreo of Jacksonville was delicious salad course with Iced l

IJIDOt j run it. Of course, there members of the Young People's herself to the peoples among with her daughter. Mrs. A. L. '' Leader Life Scout Arch Thomas,* visiting Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. Gilf- lea

\\t the directive as well as the Division. The young people compose whom she lived. She adopted I Jackson of Jacksonville. together with the Junior Assist fla Friday night. Mrs. Purrlsh was the recipientof 4

I missive will of God. God ialot the choir at the evening their false gods; entered into Bobbie Register and mother ant Scoutmaster Eagle Scout Harold Prevatt spent Tuesday many beautiful and useful

( always directing the affairs services and add materially to the their abominable practices and Mrs. R. J. Register. Miss Chris Frank Robinson III will supervise night with Edward: Saxon of Rifts.

i men, but God permits men who worshipfulness of the service. suffered decline as a result of I tine Rowe and Miss Gladys Os- a two-patrol afternoon hike Hampton. R. J. Turner has been confined, $

I In rebellion against Him to Both the teen of Green Cove Springs were on Mrn. W. K. Green and Miss Ruth
and Friday
II it morning the even- her refusal to obey the law of afternoon November lo his bed on account of Illness.

|live their own way for a season. Ing services were attended by a the God. visiting Mrs. M. J. Fouts SundayMr. 10th. The two ptttrola. Included Morrell were visiting their grand; ---- .
understand God," some- and Mrs J. L. Conner spent mother. J. II. HUMS of Lake
'Icannot: large group of worshipers In spiteof Nevertheless, through It all God I art the Mohicans and, Wolf Mrs. n<)\- TS PKODt'CK' MART
I t&sald. A God that man could Friday afternoon with Mr. and j Huller
( the fact of the coldness of theweather. Patrols. recently. '
: '
manifested His longsufferlng pa- I HKINU: ( () STlnrT"I: : ) i
laderstand would not be big Mrs. L. L. Conner of Gum Branch. .,.
I ; ----- -t-
church is ade- The
tience. He visited the nation with ,, Tuesday evening meeting I
I Hitmigh God to run a universe and quately heated with an oil burn- dire judgments allowed them to -- opened the new Scout year the LONG BRIDGE Farmers of the eastern part of r

|ark out a plan of redemption ing stove and will always be go into captivity, made them a BROOKER I old charter and registration cards fly :Mllra Hunnln. Ii. Turner Palm Beach County lire buildinga

I1r g fallen race. His thoughts found comfortable, even on the reproach and a byword and a Ily Mrs L. I.. I'arler having expired on October 31st. marketing shed here where) I

Bit not our thoughts. Out yonder coldest days. hissing among all the nations of The entire, Troop is looking forward Bill Morgan of Luke City was I j
we shall understand Gets New Hooks I they expect to sell their green ,
Hi eternity to visiting Miss Vera Duller Friday
an excellent
, The prayer meeting service was the world. Yet he promised them year of
[jrae things we do not understand conducted this week by Mrs. A. that they would one day be bless- Mrs. J. E. Margraves,and Mrs. Scouting. All the boys are workIng I beans, lima beans, tomatoes peppers ,

I ;<19.'. God, loves us. We can Wood and members of the Wom ed again by Him when they S. M. flair made a trip to Gaines toward advancement and nev- night.Mrs.. M. F. Wiggins and Mrs. eggplant, squash, cucumbers Q ;

Understand that. He Is our an's Society of Christian Service, should have turned from their vllle last Thursday to get new I oral, of them will go before the K tStPP were visiting In and other crops. County AgentM. t

Father and "'Like as a father pltl- observing the week of prayer. rebellion and accept the Messiah. books for the Third Grade LI- Court of Honor In Jacksonville on Ilrooker Friday afternoon U. Mounts It will bn '
nays completed
lib His children so He pltleth Immediately following the prayer Now, If the world would know brary. They obtained 26 new the 23rd of this month. The Court" Bill McRae of Starke was visit- by November 15.: i
|j" in this time of crisis and books and a picture dictionary of i yq
meeting service several meetingswere what Is going to happen to the Honor presided over by Joe j ing Mr. and Mrs. Roan J. Turner, tI

, grange world movements."In held by the different groups nations, let them watch develop- which the children are enjoying Wilson\ Chairman, will meet In the I land family Wednesday night. I i

of the Church. Among them being ments that are taking place In very much. Church School Rooms of the First TIIKKK; MINUTE HELIEF' u
I K.: C. Priest was transacting
Is fullness of On Sick List
Thy presence of Israel. For therein Is Methodist Church on
the Board of Stewards, the Adult the life Monday
I)Joy; and at Thy right hand there Council, and the Choir. Prayer I the finger of God pointing to the Friends of Harvard Hazen, son evening the 20th 7:30: o'clock. At business In Gainesville Tuesday Three minutes after you takeBlsmaRex '
I forever We of Mr. and Mra. E. M. Hazen will We are sorry to report that to relieve arld-lndlgeo-
in pleasures more. of the the Main Court of Honor Life
meeting services will be conducted future history
IUd these wonderful words in were I be glad to know that he Is Improving Scout Arch Thomas Jr. will have little Johnnie Frances Crews tlon you will feel better blsma-
on next Wednesday evening at I Though God's punishments of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Rex !
daughter to work and
promptly 7
I the toteenth Psalm. The world He Is still In the Ala- the goes '
distinction of
being the
He not leave the
the usual hour of 7:30: o'clock. severe yet did .
I Crews, U 111 at this writing. keeps right on working for
MUO chua County Hospital in Gaines- prolonged
Joy no abiding pleas- Everyone welcome. people hopeless but showed the applicant from Troop 70 for the
I art to otter any. man. Jesus saidHe of salvation.So ville. John Hargraves bas been rank of Eagle Scout, the highest Sheriff and Mrs. A. O. Andreu ,relief. Illnma-Rex acts tr

J would give us His peace not Morning and evening services way absent from school for the past award made In the ranks of were dinner guests of Mr. and four ways to relieve acld-indlgea-

I u the world glveth peace. The will be conducted on next Sundayby it Is with the world generally.The few clays. He has been confined I Scouting. Harold Crews made Mrs. R. J. Turner Friday. lion Buy a bottle of 50 doses for
the pastor. The morning service world of men already stands application 60c at the Rexall Drug Store- .
to his bed with asthma and
jiorld always offers counterfeit: I at this meeting for O. l K. Crosby was a business
will be centered around the j']I condemned for Its sins but God Carpenter's Drug Store In Starka.
I Malaria. We wish them
money God gives the genuine a speedy I membership In the Trw. lie visitor to Jacksonville Saturday
theme of Peace. The American has provided Jesus Christ as the
|mitt In His presence there Is recovery. was placed under the mi pi vision I'ower On Moon
Legion has been Invited to takepart Savior of all those who will be- I
IWIness of joy. In fellowship Eternal life and W. O. lUmeN Honored of Life Scout Senior Patrol L cadet Residents of this section are t

I 11th Him, la family prayer, inIftlvale In the service commanded by lieve on Him.for all those who will W. O. Rimes was honored with I Knos: Hayes for Instruction. A.ter ,wiring up their houses getting
the Post Commander. L. D. Vin- happiness Is I
devotions, on a crowded their Savior. Have a birthday dinner at his home last a period of Instruction and study ready for the It. R A. current OUR MILK
Members of the Boy Scoutsof accept Him as '
ing. table'was
jblfhway, aboard a railroad train Sunday at noon. A large he will\ be examined and if satla- which' will be turned on soon.
America, Troop No. 70, are also you made this provision for your
In arranged out under the big
a ship at sea. In the flying factorly passing the requirementswill
I not ? !Mrs' Purrlih IfonoredMrs.
Invited to attend in uniform eternity? If not. why
lajchlne oaks in the yard where the I I
In the barnyard of the guests be received. Into the troop.A N. G. Moody was hostess ''i V
I and have part in the service un- and Mr. Rimes hour
14 enjoyed an
country place alone under the der the direction of the Junior As- TABERNACLE: I large majority of tho members at a lovely shower last Friday. (
i guilt of eating and talking of olden )
I sky at midnight in our sistant Scoutmaster. Eagle Scout The service at the Tabernaclelast times. of the Troop accepted an Invitation I afternoon from 3 o'clock until 0

afire Ian dor on foreign soil- Frank Robinson, III. A cordial Friday night was one not of the pastor of the First o'clock honoring her daughter
I I Mr. Rimes received use-
forever we find His presence we There was many Methodist Church to attend services J Mrs. Herbert Purrlnh
be forgotten.
Invitation is extended to every soon to ful and beautiful for which
U gifts
1 that which satisfies the heart. Seldom
on Equalled
gathering thereto Sunday morningand Games and content were enjoyed -
unusually large
Mind one to meet with us and worshipat an he expressed, his thanks.
fullness of joy. The pleas- of services. hear Rev. Paul Weber and his take part In the Observance by those Invited to share thin

I W forever more. We speak ofJWridly The any evening and all services our will be family. Mrs. Weber and her Those present were: Mr. and I j of Peace Sunday. The troop will 1 ovely occasion with Mrs. Moody Never Surpassed
Mrs. Chester Andrews of New
pleasure. Worldly pleas- assistedby daughter played little cow bells !|| take put In the morning serviceof snit the honoree who were: Mrs.A. .
conducted by the pastor
River Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Strick-
Ire may gratify I but of sizes, delicately worship and will have a reserv J. Thomas and Mrs. S. G. Denmark -
the Young People's Choir; Mrs.E. .
land of Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs.
J Evenly pleasure satisfies. ed section. They will be of Mrs. Tnex
hand. They also sang present Starke Kelly
I There K. Perryman at the organ.VANDERBILT tuned by Purell Dukes of Dukes Mr. and PETERSON'SDAIRY
may be temporary gratlfl- duets and solos. The little thir- with their flags American Troop Mra. Alton Dobbs and Miss Nona

lotion In a champagne cup or a old girl's voice was .exceptionally Mrs Roy Green of Gainesville and putrol and will add teen year Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Green, Jr., Mr. lr.
J rite glass. There may be a sen- pleasing. Rev. Weber) the occasion. MrM. Kanle: L. Crosby Mrs.. Jessie ,
and Mrs. E. J. Lewis Mr. and
Sal Velma Norman
I Ily MI85!
fleshy gratification which a delivered a Gospel message on Advance plans. were Instituted ----
Mrs Russell Green, Mr. and Mrs. .
lOdIel8 man finds at the devil'sIptrtiea. birth. It Is hoped that for the observance of National
Reddish of this the new J. K. Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
The world is taking that Miss Margie will be able to return soon Hoy Scout Week, February 8-14,
|'Men of that section Is recovering nicely after they Markey, Mr. and Mrs. Dave ,
gratifies Instead and give another service. 1910. A full week of Scouting
stitch 1 satisfies. A man who once having her appendix removed re Green and Mr. and Mrs. Earl activities will be held, at that '
Gomes feel like
I COllies to know cently. She Is now at the Gill\ Sunday night R. J. gave Green of Ilrooker At the parting You can
the of time
Joy com- In his series of with a Court of Honor' and
another lecture hour wished Mr. Rimes
Home In Starke. everyone ,
Jaunlon with God and who once Nursing the
book of Micah. II banquet being highlight of
studies on the more happy birthdays. l .
IJWakes\ of heavenly plellsut'etaste F. M. Norman, Sr, and son. many : the week. millionairefor -
will always be good messages .. a
hres 0 I There I"h..wt"r for :\11' nahn I
j for the devil Norman were business visitors I'
laa to anything Levy and singing at these ser Mrs. Mary Sue (Mottl Rahn Tho outlook for u most promising -
offer. In Jacksonville Monday.Mr. will are Invited | / Scouting with Troop
vices. All who come was honored with a miscellaneous yearn $ ?

BUS SCHEDULE and Mrs. Herbert Normanof to attend. I shower Friday of last week at the ,,70 was exhibited at this meet-

North Bound pleasant Valley were visiting ---.-- I IGlf.r home of Mrs. George Hazen. Sev- I| lag and. the prospects of having a .t
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norman and I IUy i I full quota Troop by the first of
wave Starke: 2:45: a. m., 12:35: BRA NC!! era I games; were played with Mrs j'

f m.. i':50) p. m.. 3 p. m... 6:15: family Sunday evening. MISH Ell *beth homage t J. E. Hargraves and Mrs. W. Taylor January were assured. (Two ad-

'.01.< 10:15: m.South Mrs. Ellen Barber and sons I of Worthington Springs an'. i vance applications having been lA DUO-TIIERM'S teu a-

p. Bound Jerry and Bobby, have returned I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams of I winners. Mra. Rahn received I received for January 1st when the new Power-Air

Leave Starke 10:20 to Jacksonville after spendingsome Jacksonville spent Sunday with many useful gifts for which she applicants will have reached their heater give you positive
: 2:20: a. m., : ? '
|l m. 2:20: time here with her parents. I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. expressed her appreciation. The i twelfth birthday) For the parent I farced heat like S modern,
p. m. : p. her parents I I
Meat Bound to Tallahassee : Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman. i Sapp.H. guests were served apple pie with I '. Scouter, and citizens of Y expensive basement furnace I
Uave Starke: 3:35 p. m. arrives Mr. and Mrs. Rodman Reddishand Keene and sons Van Ice and(I Ice cream and hot coffee. Hostesses evidence of future excellent It bring ceiling heat down
** 12:35: p. m. family of this section were R. c. and A. Wise of Shamrock for the afternoon were Mrs. 1 I and in ,,. where you need it-dtiv.. I
citizenship earnestly re-
yon of Mr. and Mrs.L. i 1 I Guy Harrell Mrs. Ralph Haze
free pick-up service (with- the dinner guests week-end here with Mrs.
6dty and family of Gum spent the I and Mrs Inman Harrison. ',I quested by all those having a part house'L
limits Conagent. L. Conner I I I
Wiy, ) phone Lacy | H. Keene. | Mrs. Jeanette Molt, Mrs. Llone ,|, In the development of this Troop warms chilly corners a
Branch Sunday. and cold
Harnage and W. H. Car- of excellent boys. (she* hot ceiling
J. A.
Mrs. DorH
and Kelley
Miss Rut! Alvarez Is visiting I, made a business trip to Jacksonville -j 1 i Crosby I I __._._. _. { floor I IYou
Cause Discomfort ter i made a business trip to Galnes-
Gainesville. ::
COLDS relatives in | Thursday. i! week-end. get even uniform floor-
Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Croy and Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman '1' of wall j!j I to-ceiling comfort with Duo.Therm' .
f'lIrqulck were I I'I'M. P. Matheny Tampa I! fly Mr*. Z. Z. UrtffU
troll relief 666 Alex Ross, of and daughter. Dorothy and Mr. | old friends here Saturday. ;; new Power-Air-and

"lli the misery" visiting Mr. and Mra. Levy Nor- and Mrs. Eldon Sapp all of this|i Miss Lovelle Parrish of Camp Mr. and Mr. L. O. Tyre of It save*at least Sin fuelcostst
( take 666Tablet Thursday night.
man and family that section attended church at New Roosevelt I (near Ocala) was the ;i I Flora home were visiting Mrs.j THE DIALI!

liqUid Salve Nose We are sorry to report of Mr. River Sunday afternoon. I I week-end guest of her parents. j'' Tyre's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John JUST TURN

__ DropeBeware little Darlls Otman Otman, son Is very ,| Miss Ella Mae Sapp spent the Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Parrlsh.I II I I I' Prevail. Sunday.Miss : Get clean, silent, regulated
and Mrs. Jessie her sister, Mils I Mrs. Herbert Parrish and and of it from
week-end with i Johnson of Starkewas heat- more
wish him a' I Alvatlne mil
ill. His friends Starke. I I Lovelle and Geneva Par-1'I of oil with Duo-
I. Hazel Sapp of I j Misses< visiting Miss Ruth Morrclli every drop ,

Coughsfrom speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Norman and rlsh were visiting friends In'''i I Sunday. I Therm's patented But-Baffle

Mrs. Eugene Elli of Worthington I sons Junior and Markley. and Starke Saturday. 1 II j: Galncy of Jacksonville Burner! it
common colds was the guest i Doris Casaela of Camp Harvey
the Miss
Springs MM J N. Norman all spent j I 1 friends In this Coat no more than other
,. F. 1 1. Nor- was visiting
i Mr <
and relatives
That On parenUII. Mr. and Thursday.Mr. week-end in Plant City visiting Roosevelt was visiting tlon over the week-end. "c-I this neW heater See them today!
[ Hang man Wednesday bed-side of Mra. Wesley Tlllls. and friends here over the week- ,, Buy
Faulkner -
Cre and Mrs. Benjamin 111- (I: end. Mrs. Ruth Ella Bowers DUO-THERM f. S. Enjoy s cooling breeze
omulson) relieves prompt1r be- returned to their home who Is very | i iTou. visiting Mrs. W. E. Green and .
have and W. H. Car- in ummer-from your
trouble the 55S J A. Harnage Snu. *
dooeengerm phlegm. vlsltlng Morrell Friday. terms
after Ml s Ruth I
knre" to laden In this section made a business trip to La- : on easY Power-Air I
secretion and aid nature to friends relatives In Kentucky.Mr. ter I I I DeLand.-VolusU County commissioners Mrs. Myrtle Priest and daughter I

Mwia? heal mucous raw,tender membranes.,inflambronchial and :Mrs. Russell Norman coochee Friday.from this section! that with the cooperationof Juanita and Mm. Ruth Mla

with relativesIn Those and the Bowers were visiting Mr. and
Jfatter how many medicines you pent the week-end Mr. and Mrs. Tate DeLand city officials I
visiting ,
IOu" tried, tell your Wg gist to sell Jacksonville. were were local Chamber of Commerce, have I I'Mrs. Kill: Sullivan recently.Miss .
bottle the Crosby of Rising of OUIGLEY & DAVIS
of OreomulsioA With Lee Johnson
-.-- Norman and arranged for the Johnny J. Jonosi'l Mary
JPfentancUngthat like Mrs. T
you Mr. and
)0- week-end guestof
I the
SV Way it quickly allays hme half Fries: Ivory Put Dorothea. Mr. and Mrs Shows to use the county fair Hampton was
or Starke Florida
you are to nave your money bacls. formal 100 for $1 (envelopes daughter and Miss Margaretand rounds here as Winter quartersI Juanita Pd..tI ,

rREOMULSIOhN included). usually TelegrapH.O lor $1.- Eldon Marie Sapp Sapp. I I for the ensuing three yean. I I Mr. and Mrs. Eugene GrUfls I

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Bradford County Telegraph Russell Kay F. H. A. LOANS j LAWTEY TO HAVE PLATFORM SOON ,! GIRL SCOUT N

j REACH PEAK The weekly ,.
Established 1877
I Scouts of r,, "

i Published I TOO LATE I I Applications for FHA Insured : Monday aft..rm.,0f, .' ,.
Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class mortgages on homes In Florida I; at the MethodHI,
j Matter at the I Post Office at Starke. Florida I TO CLASSIFY during October reached the larg Auditoriumt I

i est total of any month this year. I "America
1! When Alexander Aker- ants
t5. MEMBER '! man announced Judf7e his decision to retire Mr. M. M. Parrlah state director Administration i a short progi ,I/I.,
for the Federal Housing -
I he loaned a beautiful monkey tlonal Girl Si,,'",r \\
PRESS ASSOCIATION\ \ I reported today The "Who n
vrlFIARiaA wrench Into the Florida political I 11111,,
month's aggregate was the second Ida Lulu
picture that has caused "slow Ouvis
.r. .7otwa t1 7lotida I down" strike in both the a senatorial largest since the FHA first start .w5--4 "What ts <;, ",, ,
ed operating in Florida more than Freddie rm
E. L. Matthews________ ___ ____ _______Editor and Owner ( and gubernatorial campaigns, five i iI d.gr Wlmber,"
years ago. i iI
.. "Who Are < I
to say nothing of providing both nl' .
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I I The October total 823 apI
SUBSCRIPTION RATE : our senior and junior U. S, Senators -I was Evelyn Hall"Explanation]
I i plications for Insurance on mort-J
Yearly $1.50 Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance I with ample material for a $ ,, Oi rh, A
; I series of first claim headaches. gages aggregating Flag by Shirt,. ,. int

Advertising Rates on Application !, To the ordinary lun-of-the-mtll gain of 22 per cent over the 7071 i Colley.As .
applications totaling $2,799,990[
soon ,
as th
FlorIdians the farmer In his field
received during October 1938 and given all
OUT I the clerk the mill arose uu, lair
I a substantial Increase over the' L "- r ....-....____. T Scout promise ,
Those who pessimistically forecast that the frank anti- ,' the shop-keeper; the resignation 716 applications totaling $2.873..1' a horseshoe ner ,?

would |'of a Federal Judge and the appointment 300 received during September While still in its early stages, work is progressing steadily on shoulder stanoim S,0(,
dictatorship sentiment of the American people rapidly ] aignlfymi
of hi
doesn'tappear ,
a successor at being constructed on lot pi
this year. I the new loading platform Lawtey, a stand
lead into it broke out abroad (and people as anything to all hot together un --.
us war once many get
The aggregate for last month,' adjacent to the city hall. Sponsored by the business men of the promise, while >
made exactly that forecast during the past few years) seem I and bothered about, and a large was exceeded only by the totals) community, NYA labor is being used on the project In the above celved the Tend.torn, r. Su',
of Is < ,
portion totally
our population IJh
to have been guessing without taking into consideration the unaware of the fact that tor August of last year when 827 picture Hubbard Harley, foreman, and Bill Plummer, one of the pin and Nina Blshoj ecp,

changing philosophy of a wiser, and more experienced gen such a problem even exists. applications for Insured mort- platform'a most ardent boosters, discuss the progress of the work first second clan ,,OM''
totaling $3,438,800 were re-
by the
eration. Judging from the best evidence available, the Politicians and the politically I celved. II | After the troop

martial spirit has not increased one whit in this country I minded, however are all a-twitter. I For the first ten months this I :MORE THAN MILLION I traced through flora and fauna by a member exi itement

They have been running 'round In i I year the total applications received TESTS: FOR BANG'S reaching the trees and birds of class badge had obtaining a
since the war began. circles for days pulling wires and I was 6,972 totaling $29,219,100,1 DISKASK ARE MADK: the upper panels and centering in to unaided I

On the eve of Armistice Day, when it is once more coat-tails, writing letters sending an increase of nearly : H relief that shows the dominionof patrol meetings for
$5,000,000 tests for minutes for discussion,
I More than 1,000,000
evident that hopes of a lasting peace were just as vain in telegrams holding l conferences I or 18 per cent over the aggregate ,, Bang's disease of cattle have been man over everything else. only to patrols pe(

1918 been since the world began it is and carrying on like a flock of for the correspondIng period lastyear. The carillon at the Singing Since
as they have ever appropriate I I made In Florida since control only tw membt-
hens watchin' a hawk do a power Tower has 71 bells with 53 notesof
for us to study a recent Fortune Magazine poll work was Inaugurated by the good memories and raise
The Miami area led Jacksonville four and one-half octaves. The
to ,
dive.You United States Bureau of Animal bring mater ut, LO b
that is of exceptional interest. According to this index, in | find them blocking the ,. last month with the down state | Industry in August. 1939 Dr. T. total weight of the bells is 123- needlework project the ,

October only 1.7 per cent of the people of the United States traffic on street corners in a hud i office receiving 478 applications H. Applewhite, BAI inspector in 264 pounds, and the tenor bell home after patrol meeting re

the the side of the Allies dle at the courthouse totaling $2,040,600 as comparedwith alone weighs 11 tons. This carillon Ing two girls
believed we should enter war on j square'l charge, reported here recently.The to oextn the;
Rumor and gossip runs A i 345 applications aggregating/ made is one of the largest and finest It was decided,
total number of tests however
where in September 2.3 per cent thought we should. Slightly lot of folks who don't really know!) $1,380,000 reported, by the state by veterinarians employed by the ever cast. The bells are heard turn the next day ano ti,

more than ten percent thought we should join the Allies if I any more about it* than Adam's';, office here. Bureau In Florida from August best about 200 yards away, it Is I If need be. to work on II

it began to look as if they were getting the worst of it, where off-ox will grab you by the lapel I I i, Mr. ParrUh predicted the de- 1934 through September 1939 Dr. said. ject and finish it *t> soon
and EXPLAIN the situation In ![ mand for FHA Insured mortgages ---.
I Bible
13,5 cent approved of this course the month before. This Applewhite said( was 1,304,000.
per detail. ) on Florida homes will continue SinVANNEK 4-II SOY IS
isolationist holds in of the I I __ .___. _uL .. I These tests revealed a total of :'. .. _.. __ I -- eMonogrammed
overwhelming spirit good spite These master minds and on a. large scale Because or me 1L..un" l'UUUUIL' n ulr
dope 47,800 diseased or reactor cattle. pernonalery \
:fact that (according to the same poll) more than 84 per cent sters are having a regular Roman generous financing terms available Many herds have been tested more MEAT ANIMALS IN 1939 I at the Biadforu 'i.ount.!

of our people want England and France to win, and only 1.3 Holiday They lead you over in a Administration's under the Federal Housing .hau once."Flol'lda. Sidney Allen Jr., of Live Oak graph. '

corner and whisper In your ear: program for herd ," the BAI Is the 1939 meat animal "
desire victory for Germany. "It's in the bag. I it home ownership. Terms which owners produc- I BLADDER IRRITATI !
got straight
Furthermore anti-war sentiment to be almost include 1-2 cent Interest, official averred, "are to be com- Irg champion among Florida 4-H
seems an from Washington. Senator per WAKE YOU
Andrews UPj?
mended for their efforts in the club members. He has just been
obsession in government and other official circles. Men I Is gonna do it Then Gov mortgage and terms low as long as 25 eradication of Bang's disease from selected by State Boys' Club It's not norm"I. / rJ

close to Washington affairs have said that when war first ernor Fred will resign and that'll of years only 10 a cent down on payment),' their herds. :Many testimonials \gent R. W. Blacklock and a Nature'w Warning >t s'.il
make Turner per owner-oc-j, '
Butler Governor, j are received at office clearly committee of the Ex- kidneys. Make this 4-d.tJ
our Agricultural
officials feared would be homes valued
began important we inevitably and he'll Fred." cupled at $6,000 orj i
appoint indicating:: that considerable fiI tension Service, after careful con- I Your 25c Hack It not' plj
less with the
drawn in. Today, say the correspondents, their outlook has So you forget about Mr. Hitler financed by remaining FHA insured percent i!I asocial benefits have been obtained sideration of the records of the Kidneys need occasional fluthf

undergone a dramatic' change. An important sidelight on and Mr. Chamberlain for a minute mortgage. These an mortgages are'' by those herdowners who once best boys in each county. well as bowels Excess aclJ

feeling in Washington is found in one of Paul Mallon's recent I and ponder over this startling local repayable In easy monthly pay- had Infected herds, but through Young Allen will be awarded a I other waste can cause Irrij

columns. lie wrote: "Mr. Roosevelt has been pounding the I' news. "Mebbe so," you say- ments, which Include Interest! repeated tests, elimination of reactors fine gold watch donated by Thos. resulting In Retting up .
and then burning or scanty flow A l
comes along another and herd sanitation -
principal mortgage insurance! E. Wilson, well known meat packer -
desk in confabs with congressmen lately about this talk that \I wise guy who informes you that premium and one twelfth the an-'I now have Bang's disease-free for his championship. ]I druggist for BukeU '25c

he will get us into war. The surprised legislators report "Andrews Is out. He's over the nual costs for taxes and fire and herds." Sidney is 16 years old and Is ly.. at Carpenter's

they have never seen him so aroused about anything. The age limit and besides he don'twant other hazard insurance. Herd testing generally has been enrolled in the Suwannee High I ----o'r.n: OK
It. Jim Clements is the boy. I I i !l1.n'FP'I: ,."
to commercial herds but
School. His club work for the ,
United States government will not get into the war at any Pepper's gotta take care of him- Notice IK herebj! nil', r the'
WilY IKK HAVE TURKEY f beef herds and family cows are Iff ht
She r
has been directed O. ANDflKU '
time under any circumstances and it is foolish and absurd I he can't do anything else!" FOR TIIANKKSG1VING I'I tested when requests are made by past by seven County years Agent S. C. Klerce. County, Florida hj 'rln.
of Kxeoutlon
for anyone to suggest such a thing, the President has told at So you bite your finger nails the owners. He has an outstanding recordIn the Write Circuit I'ouri ,- th,
and scratch your head and wonder Why do we have Turkey for For several prior to 1937, Judicial Clrriilf, !! Ir end '?r
least three representatives individually Thanksgiving? The usual '! years the production of steers cows ford County, Florida' ,t t I''
some more. Then along answer[
comes j Dr. Applewhite explained, Florida and hogs, having shown the day of Novpmhei. !ItT, i th
To add more evidence in support of the argument that somebody else with the REAL, to such a question Is because the I dairy herd owners imported approximately grand champion of threeInthe tarn Pttiixe wherein True1tlllmer .,IV

the American people are in dead earnest in their' determina- low-down: "Clements is ,out-Ifo New England colohlsts ate turkey '| 1Q.OOO head of cattle open classesat pen the Florida organised Company and xitlnir, a. ued'orp
positively 'no dice' lor Jim. Funle on the first Thanksgiving Day. virtu of the |lawe lit th.
tion to out of this observers slave used the ;' to increase thelrhherds) or replace by
stay war, some :: There Is much (of Fat Stock Show and Sale in Jack- of Florida waH. ptalnrlll.
truth in
j Steed is the boy. He'll get it.I[ that cows that
were no longer profit- sonville last At the Ilnrney. wan ,1o'C"dllnl.
City of Flint incident as an example of what they regard as I for February. .
you wait and see-swell guy_ answer certainly the tradition able producers. The number imported levied upon Ih. fnllowing d.
America's hard-headed and realistic Had I make of Thanksgiving ''Day backto same show In 1938 he was a mem- property, slut i h nn IIIn
attitude. the Germans a good judge too. goes '
j in 1938 was 6,596, a reduction ber of the 4-H Judging team which Bradford (''"lint 1'101
seized an American ship under similar circumstances The next guy you meet claims' that colonial beginning, but the !: of mote than 3,000 from finished In second place.Sidney's j' wit: 1\1(
the has been Father Confessor to| Pilgrim Fathers were not the first i Import totals for,preceding years. R"lJ'lnnlnlf ',"Ih,
28, TnwiiMhli
in 1915 or 1916, they say, public feeling would have boiled, I Andrews for years and while its ( persona on this continent" to find''' "This decrease la attributed to record reveals that he I 22 lOHHt and II" II ".
mass meetings would have been held and we might have out how good turkey was to eat. has sold $518,32 worth of animals I Hun line 1:I-1"? b.'"
for elimination
publication, of course you of Bang's disease, Im- to a point ,"t f I IKlIHt "'' If
has $350 worth on hand, and has il,.,,,
been plunged headlong into war immediately. We all know, can go ahead and lay all your I' Long before the white men had provement In herd management, : nt theNo. "ll'
come to live in America the Indians won $121.50 In prizes for a total I IS, 'h(
chips on John Cone of and rising of herd Ile'
i Tampa. replacementson
however thence South)
that what when the
Flint !
actually happened
was i of $988.82. He mixes his
had learned own I
is !
| An hour later at the Rotary Club turkey a Florida farms which formerly State Road NWent < ,.
seized far different. There excitement I fine dish for feeds and supplements them with I inn feki'
was was no great i| you learn that Doyle Carlton I lethe a gala occasion. In bought replacements from other point 33 fee1' P: h
There was no hysteria. The government made strong diplomatic -:I fair-haired boy. The Fuller I the southwestern part of the pres-I states," Dr. Applewhite said. I mineral mixture and Improved I nt State I Hi H"!
ent United States pastures, including clovers for : North along '1. dr
and In Mexico
brush man tells wife that i The BAI worker warned all herd ("
protests to Russia and Germany, but there were no ) your winter right Olf win
cliff grazing
Worth dwellers and other abo- the 1'.1. l -
Judge Trammell of Miami owners to be cautious In making 13 to ,
threats of war. High officials frankly admitted that a large will be the next Federal Judge rlglnal tribes! used the meat oil' herd additions pointing out thatno I being, In 101....n wn"I
j South Knniri 1
part of the Flint's cargo might accurately be called contraband Tony Peimonl, the fish peddler the turkey for their ceremonial I I cattle should be added to Mrs. Ovcrstreet Dies IAlnlllJrolll', -fi' '
and that she was liable to legal seizure under inter- gives you a wink as he wraps upa feasts. The birds were wild but ,herds until official tests show Mrs. Eiila McCollum Overstrcet I flu or the I leas propHitMurnev '!
slab of mullet and says: "What the Indians learned to catch andji; them free of Bang's disease As 64, pioneer resident of Eustis antj} : il"f'' d I'
national law. No one of consequence even suggested the possibility tame them so they could be fattened 4th day of !h.
mother of W
you link. Mayor Chancey he's a -, ;Bung's disease is highly infectiousthe Mrs. B. Sewell of within the levn/ n
of military reprisals. In fact, the main point of con-' gonna be boss man United States before they were killed. The addition of even one diseased Starke, died at her home early namely, betweerth i, I'

troversy was not the seizure at all, but the technical questionof down here pretty soon-Senator wild turkeys roamed over Arl-' ,animal may ruin the health status Tuesday following a short illness. afternoon.. forenoon on and Bnld.e d l,,' h,,
Peeper he's a fix." zona, western New Mexico andji" of a clean herd. Besides Mrs. Sewell she la survived door of the Courth"UM r I'
whether she could have legally been taken to a neutral Florida
Bradford County
Colorado as well as, by two other ..
AND SO IT GOES. The more daughters, offer for sale tc lh. M*
Port. you hear the less you know. It'slike Mexico. j I ;IIOK SINGING TOWER: Mis. Jennings Cottrell of Lees- del', for cash In a' udeHrrlhed Ib*'It p'

Some Americans still fear that our neutrality might be I "Who sank the Athenla?" or After the coming of the Span; VISIBLE FROM: TRAIN burg, and Mrs. Paul A. Smith of of K. K. Rurng lDnwe,i '".101' Pin

menaced if and when the British and French really loose I "How high Is UP ?" A grand and lards turkeys were sent to [o UI'O-'' Florida-bound Phoenix, Arizona. the. Atible lien of KouU,old. V',".'"llMm. -!,"'""
pean markets and that is where i travelers on the Funeral services were conducted of

their floodgates of propaganda. They remember how efficiently -t|'I glorious teapot. As political this Is tempest written In, the a they gained their name. The merchants -,, ]new dally Silver Meteor, Southern from the Eustis Methodist Church fnlnlMtitttrlx Kin law, ileoeiu of 'h d i ..

the Allies rang the bell with this weapon in the last beautiful plum still hangs on the who were mostly Hebrews, 'States Special and East Coast Or- Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: o'- judgement A. O ANI>nil HK'''
thought that this new bird was a 'ange Blossom Special are advised clock and Interment was In the ford County Fl'Baxter 6
war. But it must also be remembered that the falsity of I tree. Gathered beneath it are '
by Seaboard and
kind of peacock and so called it railways passenger Tavares Cemetery
much of this material was subsequently ruthlessly exposed, I countless hopefuls who stand by their name for the peacock 'officials to be on the lookout for Flu.
outstretched hands and tears
and that many Americans now feel that we were taken for !, running down their cheeksSena which was "tukkt". More or less;i'' ;a glimpse of the Bok Singing 1
constant use of this term resulted Tower when their trains puss by
sucker's buggy ride.
a tors Andrews und Pepper, in
I In the English word Lake Wales. This world famous
More and more of our citizens seem to be firm in the whose have back to yard shake the tree stands, The turkey Is peculiarly an.tower weighs 5500 tons and rises ONSTAGE

attitude that Europe's quarrels are strictly Europe's business unite only and hake it.In But the unlessthE'J' same American bird!, No other country :205 feet and two Inches in theair. ___

: and that, despise dictators as we will, we must keep our direction it Is possible| that Mr. has a similar fowl. Wherever'1''' '
turkeys raised Singing towers are well known 1
are they' I
hands out of the mess. As long as this sentiment holds good Roosevelt may push 'em both out have been introduced today into many'! 'overseas for they are of national

with a vast majority of our people, America's chances of of himself.the way and pick. the prize countries, the ancestral stock'! :Importance to the life of the communities

remaining at peace are very good indeed. ....._ ....__ ..._. oL. .,.LL came from America, This is one'' calling the citizens to .I
I Ana tiling; uiui LUC I'uiiucia, reason why It is fitting that the)I war prayer, work and town
I big and little, a em to overlookIs turkey should be associated with meetings

ON OUR SIXTY-SECOND BIRTHDAY the fact that the post of Fed Thanksgiving which la a I; The national history of a coun-

Last week the Telegraph was sixty-two years old. I eral Judge ia not the personal and tive American feast dlStlnc-1 try Is reflected In the '
private property of this or thatsenator ture of Its archllec-I I \ I II
cliff dwellers singing towers
we too
It is customary for newspapers, on the occasion of a use domestl-| ,
or any group or clique.To as In the
cated fowls and our feast has also music of Its bells. When
birthday, to hurl flowery boomerangs at themselves, and to consider such an appointment a certain ceremonial significance. I one hears the glorious melodies I

awe (or perhaps bore) their readers with columns of self as an opportunity to pay a polit When the Puritans desired to I| coming from the Bok Tower, the I

praise concerning the service they have been to the com- Ical debt votes favor a henchman. Influence celebrate their first abundant bar-' entire effect Is one of vibrant, '
or for any other vest In melodious song
Plymouth In 1621 hunters) ,
munity for so many years. selfish purpose Is little short of The Bok Tower \
were sent Into the woods to se- reflects the atmosphere '
Of course we are proud of the Telegraph's age. It wouldbe criminal.The 'cure turkeys for the dinner.' The'; of Florida It has been i 30 People on the Stel.nd. *

people of Florida are i colonial constructed!! from .. ...... .... tk.l.-d'1''. .
unnatural if we weren't. Sixty-two years in business is a con- record says; "That year' many natural B. and. .... ... .
cerned only with the there Florida materials such F..rr._____. appointmentof was also a great store of as coquina G.J"
long time, and can be boasted of by few, if other estab- F.Eye" a.eerd Pla.d wtta
a man fully qualified for the wUd turk less." At I rock, while the grill of colored f La....... .... "tangs
lishments in Bradford County. job; the best man that can be beautiful birds were plentiful'I faience In the lancet windows also I

Also, if we have been of any service to the community, found, be hetDemocrat or Repub- everywhere but they were timid typifies the Sunshine State. l 1 DON'T MISS IJ

we are proud of that ; but what we are most proud of is the lican or Independent; a Judge and fled Inland so that after 1690 I Through a richly colored series of, No Matter How Many M lkS ** >Ii'
well versed in the law an honest under water forms such
; no more records are found of as the sea
from Jacksonville!
service that the community has been to our newspaper ; for upright, honorable man, fair In them In New England but they horse and other denizens of the _

the liberal support of our business men ; for the faithfulnessof i I his judgment unbiased fearless were still so plentiful In GeorgiaIn ocean the development of life Is NO ADVANCE IN J'II.lelS

contributors and I and able. 1733 that sold l \ -'. 40'C.DUn
our our correspondents ; for the goodwill Those who put Senators An- they for four- Chesapeake which weighed thirty Matinee 3Sr-Nib

of our subscribers, both urban and rural-these are the pence apiece. or forty pounds each p. 1
|, drew and Pepper in office authorIzed These wild and no less __ Perforsseef
things that we are most proud of on this, our sixty-second |;, these men to think act and, and purple bronze and were much gold j'] an authority than William Penn

birthday. i j vote for them on just such prob- larger than our domestic birds..1) says pounds that sold turkeys in his weighing thirty(I 1O,11,12 :
lems as this. It is a matter that could colony for a
Therefore, we express our grateful appreciation to the They easily outrun a man I shilling. Ornithologists say that )I
vitally concerns the welfare of all and when flying traveled al
community at large, and hope that these blessings that have I the people. It takes courage to rate of fifty miles an hour at They the wild Great turkeys were plentiful around / etP /' PALACE

been bestowed upon the Telegraph since that day in 1877 torget self and think of others at were awkward in night but ran wild birds Lakes until 1875. These)I

when the first issue rolled off the press, will be continued such a time. The people of Florida with ail easy graceful motion. I from were the tame easily distinguished -' y
look to Andrews and Pepper One colonial writer tells fowl by iTi I. THEATBEMCKSONYn.a > *"
of seeing)Ia
for many more years to come. .I. to do just that. Hock. of three hundred near the their the rich tall chestnut feathers. brown tips on, ) 13


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