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 24, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:02725
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lisped 1877 'r- ; we should quietly hear both aides. Goethe E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner



fer r Capita Cost Thanks To New "Shoe-head" Cats I New ProjectsOf RED MEMBERSHIPSAn CROSS Nine Districts

J Third Lowest I These Campers Lead An Enjoyable LifeThe Importance all Intensive Red Crows drive workers on the betweennow partof \Will Elect

late II. E. and November 30 was urged

Bradford Discussed by Roll Call Chairman T. Frank
Lagergren, writIng -
FridayCity Landrum as it became apparent Tuesday
for the Tele. that Bradford County would fall

Tax Report Indicates graph many, many Enthusiastic Over short of its quota of 300 memberships -
told I JZ I Opposition Only At
This County Is Run years ago unless widespread cooperation ,
Economical Basis the story of a YY Prospect of Additional Is shown during the next! few .I Hampton Lawtey; No
L 1M.I
On traveling Englishman .Paving
i Hospital days.With I Voting At Graham
who. the
praise for Bradford Coun- a s M W r T $ around 175 members enrolled -
fgh train sed In "' A' small meeting in the City Positions
official family came this pau 11 ti> s j I since November 11, the on the Hoard of Trustees ,
'I t Hall afternoon
Starko one day. Friday slmlllur to
from nn Impartial source In chairman was pleased but emphasized will be contested In only two
little many at which Bradford
spied a Important
|port from the Florida Tax Re- negro the fact that Intensive effort special' tax school( districts when
County projects have
boy walking beside been
JB League showing that per the track born during recent years Influen- will be necessary from now I voters go to the polls next Tuesday
until the end if
of county government goal Is reach
pita cost with a strange l + tial localites discussed plans for a ed. The ,, in nine of the county's twelve
not Including school and quota was increased from ,
( looking fish on the k'I small hospital and additional pav- I districts. There '
payments) was third 200 to 300 this year because of are six: candidates
debt "
Bad end of a string ing for streets! In Starke with R. unsettled world conditions.It for the three places In the
Iwst tn the state for the yearFlorida's I
E Fitzgerald, representative of I Hampton district, five '
"What kind of a u Is hoped (that chairmen Innearby and In the
lit mate WPA headquarters In Jacksonville Lawtey dIstrict. All
fish Is that, districts
average was $8.63, my towns such ns Law ley,
boy?" the will have only three nameson ', i 1
the per capita cost In the Hampton and Theresa will put
rille Long needed<< the their ballots,
asked proposed pav- forth although other I ,
varied from a low of a greater effort this
counties yearso
| 4* wx ing would Include names be
"written In"
side may If
KB in Alachua to a high of "It's a skun cat, y a"k important that the. county quota will not -
G n 1 streets such as Court (east side of anyone chooses to do so.
K UO l in Gulf Per capita cost Buh, the lad re- 1" L come up short.Guard .
: :
the courthouse), Jefferson and Those whose names will appearon
oiled -- -
County was $3.67. --
| Bradford
u Thompson (south and east sides the ticket In the various districts I
also County's was $3.42. All The train pull- MR. AND MRS. W1LLINGHAM HOME" I of the City Hill; > and Eighth ore ns follows:

Ijienwere: higher. ed out with the i south side of new armory I. The I CampApparently No. 1A.. L. Sullivan. T. HR .
I making the report public the I' visiting Englishman repeatingover the spot their permanent home vlnced that rattlesnakes "whistle"as construction would be of -I Iytnerock T."I.. M. Hersey. I ri' 'I

jc Revision League stated: "It and over to himself "Skun- I and are now engaged in building well as being able to make the base and would approximate two I No :2 T C. Cham a In. J. W. I it <'

wsi: been generally assumed that' catsuh, skuncatsuh, skuncatsuh" I, a house so they can leave their more familiar noise with their miles of new paving within the Sure Horn, Lynn Hall, O. P. Wada- (}' ',

lit of the principal reasons for I in an effort to impress on his I I tent for the winter. tales. This strange cry is !Iomewh'at city limits worth, M.\ L. Watterson, M. C. 'It I' I -hSweeney.

it high rost of county governt memory the name of this strangenew I Late every afternoon the Wil- like that of a young whip- i
County Engineer J. M. Edwards Speaker Asks! Cttopern- \\1
Is the large number of Flor- fish In this strange new land. linghama! row down to "A Thou- poor will except that the rattler told N. 3i.. D. Green C. J, Powell t i. '
was to i.l'
I proceed with a +
it counties of relatively small Of course what the little boy sand Runs" (the swampy area makes It "whip-poor-whee," the preliminary survey of the work tion of Community In S. R Sparks. I t.

opulatlon, This seems to be a had the end of his where New River ) out In- Obtaining New No
[ actually on spreads Wlllinghams: state. They are which will be submitted WPA load -Hal Edwards: Jr FredMooie 'In ,
illacy The report shows that line was nothing more than a to numerous branches) and bait positive that snakes make thin offices as soon as complete. General G.V.. Roberts, James \ \ I

tens of Dade, the county of common catfish with the skin their set lines. Next morning they nblse because they have often concensus of opinion was tlmt A discussion of the new Nl\tlon-1 Rosier' M li I'lumnier.: I ,' ,c

irjeat population, paid $11.37 per peeled off.Willie return to haul in their catch of traced the sound and have Invariably the paving project would go III Guard camp, which will be constructed No. 10 Rufus Alvarez, Enoch &tll'Ii

'ipltu for county government the humble "cat" Is nota "shoe head" cats. They average found a rattler, they say. through without any trouble, and. on the east", side of Kings- Kelly L. I. Renfroe.No '!

lompiired to $3.67 in Hamilton stranger to natives of this sec from 100 to 150 pounds a week, Since catfish will soon .stop bit without too heavy a cash outlayon ley Lake, fell on eager pars! at 12H. H. Andrews, Millard I, '

:ouuty, one of the state's smaller tion, few, if any, would considerIt which brings them from $10 to the part of the the Rotary Clue Wednesday when Johns N. (I. Moody, I ( \f'
Its. a means of livllhood. And yet $15- a fair living, consideringthe ing--at least in profitable numbers sponsors. Major Ot'o.V.. McRory. executive No. 13-. -W C. demons.! It. Car. It

"Comparisons Indicate," theeague's on the banks of New River at modest needs of camp life Mr. and Mrs Wllllnghum Also Included In (lie project officer of the 62nd Brigade, discussed rol, P. D. Reddish i I

report continued, "that that beautiful spot known as the Unfortunately, like many expert are already making plans for will be a provision for taking up the development at the I No. 10-Lonnle Crawford, Tate : ,

governmental costs depend upon Scout Hole, a man and his wife anglers, they don't like fish-- their winter livllhood. They are and reconstructing all brick regular luncheon period. Alvarez H. M McRae. t,

pie ability, honesty, and efficiency have been comfortably camping never eat 'em--so their meat bill experienced trappers and In the streets in town as well as widening Assuring Rotarians. (hut the No. 18Clyde Kelly, Ralph ;fit

< county officials, rather than on since last! July, living entirely Is the principal' item of expense. accompanying picture are seen in Walnut Street for one block camp will undoubtedly, come to harm: It. L. hough qJ;
north of
,eilze, population or location of from the proceeds of their dally The Wlllinghams have not always front of their tent home, studyinga Its intersection with Call. Klngwley six miles from Starke, An election will not be held In \l ;

the county." catfish haul. led such a carefree life. For new price list from a fur tradIng As soon as preliminary drawings -I Major McKory said It will occupy No. 11 (Graham) Tuesday because '

This statement, in view of the Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Willingham many years he was a cabinet concern. This winter they for a hospital here can be 2 .OOO acres between Road 48 on of an oversight In publishing the ,

del that Bradford' per capita camped for many years on the maker, but was forced to give up I will trap for coons, skunks, and secured, this project will also bo the north and Road 28/ on the notice of election. However, It '" '

wu third lowest In the state, maybe banks of the wide St. Johns, but inside work on doctor's orders. the highly prized otter which submitted to the WPA for up- south. Around $500,000 will be will be advertised soon and will ,

t Interpreted as high praise of when fish In that river began to Now that they have known the they believe is numerous around"A proval. Congressman R. A. spent on the development exclusive bo held early In January. ,I ,;

officials who conduct the busl- die mysteriously last spring they great outdoors, however, they Thousand Runs." Coon skins Green has announced he will of the cost of property It The following voting places ',"

nm iffalrs of this county. found Is necessary to pack up would never be satisfied to go bring only a few cents it piece, donate the site, offering to let the was stated. have been'
The per capita. cost in other their'' .things and head for more back to confinement within four but choice otter- pelts might net sponsors choose the location from The speaker stated that the cooperation District No. -Thereasa school p

norty counties waS)'..a""t'IIows: productive streams.- They first walls. Mrs. Willingham love to from ten to fifteen dollars. any property owned by him within and assistance of local house. .

Baker $6.03 Clay $6.01, Putnam tried Lake Butler In the town by go barefooted and the greatest With the proceeds from their the city limits. A small hospital District No. Hampton city

1612, Union $6.35. that name, but soon found It nuisance she finds in her outdoor trapping, and profits from an occasional with a capacity of fifteen citizens might be needed later in I 111111.I .

-A- would not yield fish in commercial kitchen Is when a rain comes fish supper. which they beds la planned, the cost of the an effort to obtain a stato road District No. & Lawtey city hall. i

quantities. Then someone told along, washing soot down from serve to parties from nearby building not to exceed $25,000.: toilful l the south tilde of Klngsley I District No. 6- Lawtey city hall

Hunting License them about the catfish In New where it collects In the trees above towns, the Willlnghams will make Those discussing the projects: Lake, MO that them will be a direct District No. 10 Wateroak M

River; they packed their things her flueless wood stove. out all right until catfish begin with Mr. Fitzgerald Friday afternoon route from Staike, to the church.

again, found an Ideal campingsite Years in the open have broughtthe II biting good next spring. were: Council members'/, main center of the pl"Oposl'elImp./ District No. 12Millard Johns'

Sales Are Off on the high bluff at the Scout Wlllinghams close to nature It's a great life If you like the M. Edwards and L A. Cunova, The new camp will take the store New River,

Hole, and have been there ever teaching them many strange out-of-doors and don't mind go- County Commissioner Mallory I place of Camp Footer which will District No. 15store. Hill Reddlsh'si

since. In fact they like it so well, things about the wild creatures Ing to sleep now and then with Thomas, County Attorney M. be ntianiloncd' to make room for Hellbronn.District .

3-Day Week Blamed and have had such good luck with I who are their closest neighbors.For the "whistle" of a rattlesnake Drown, City Attorney T. F. [.... F'I. the huge Naval Air Base In Jacksonville No. 16 Corinth Church, '

For Big Drop Under their fishing, they Intend to make I II j instance they are firmly con- buzzing in your ears. rum, Congressman Green Preliminary surveys are Rising
'W. E. Middleton Ur. L. II. District No, 18 llaptlst Church .1 i 1
already and tentative

Last Year's Total I.I CONTESTFOR i \U,. R. Fowler Dies / 1940 AUTO TAGS I i nings_and City .Clerk---Carl_ "t'n-I[ plans Major are being progiess drawn I Mrookcr..l''

shortened also
season and a three- MiRory explained ;
Itr iuntlng week probably large- BEST NAMESEver W. R. Fowler, native of Brad- SOON ON SALEThe .1. M. Yantz Dies (he set-up of tho cnfl-e 3l8t!! Division CONSTRUCTINGi \

counts for a sharp decline In ford County and life-long resi- J. M. Yantz, former resident of of the National/ Guard, and i HOMES i

tic number of licenses sold here since, the wax figure In the dent of the Brooker section, died new 1940 vehicle license Bradford County, died on Wednesday called upon Major Mark Lance

Ibltrear as compared with last window of the Clar-Jean Shoppewas Novembei 9 at the home of his tags will go on sale Friday. December of last week at his homeIn commander: of the 2nd llaltalion. Construction on the first of

J91 total was 333, while to date dubbed "Miss Murphy" by a son, I. S. Fowler. He was 70 I, from the tax collector's Fairbanks He was u well- 106 Quartermaster Regiment, to three new bungalows to be built }

ely 183 licenses have been Issued well-meaning admirer, she has been years of age. and death came as office In the courthouse, C. A. known contractor and has constructed discuss", the Important duties of by J, K. Marshall who moved

County Judge E. K. Perryman. the source of considerable Interest the result of an attack of pneumonia Knight. tax collector for Bradford several new homes In his department to see that the here fiom. Ohio wan started lust

eI will continue for several among shoppers on Call St., who County announced yesterday.The I recent years In and around Starke. men are well fed, properly clothed, week on property In the 300 blockof

etks, of course, but It Is likely have come to regard her almostas Survivors are two sons I. S. new tags are black with Funeral services were held In and. supplied with ammunition. Church Street. \

lilt the season's total will lag'ound a human being. Fowler of Brooker, and A. II. white numerals, and the number I Gainesville on Thursday of last "Although the Infantry and The new houses will adjoin each ;

100 licenses less than last Now Miss Murphy has companytwo Fowler of Hawthorne; and two I 45 will again: designate Bradford week at the Thomas funeral attlllery! gel' most of the publicity, other on lots 210 feet deep Two

ear little girls one aged eight daughters, Mrs. H. L. Gatlin and' County. As In the past two years home, otter which the body was they couldn't hold out long If It of the lots are f.O fret wide. while

*. A. Durden, game conserva- and the other two, who will be Mrs. D. D. Dyal. both of Brooker. all counties will have the same I shipped to Neon, Ky, boyhood weren't for the quartermaster/ the third Is &H feet wldo. The

,,on officer for this district says used to display. children's clothing Funeral services were held No- identifying numeral. he Bald The : home of the deceased, for burial, regiment" Major 141 flee said bungalows will be of frame construction I

few hunters have been com- In the Clar-Jean wIndow. vember 10 and interment was In prices are the same this year as !: Mr. Yantz had been In poor The officers catrif here f i'om and, will contain four or

I&Ining about the scarcity of Desirous of having the new arrivals Dedan Cemetery with the Rev. C. last and the tags are now on hand. health for the punt year or so He 1 Keystone Heights where the .' five rooms each.

:rti. and also the size (some I' becoming just as popular as I A. Crosby and the R.'v. G. K. Mc- having been rerelveil two we..ks'' Is survived by his widow und, new Ida Guardsmen are engaged 101"// Lumber obtained from pine

'7 mull kill has been Mrs. Jean- Gauley officiating. Arrangements : week of winter field,
ones having been Miss Murphy eral children training trees cut down on the property I I..*
1)), but there have also been ette D. Klncaid. proprietor of the were In charge of Key-McCabe of collector expects thin to be being um-d In framing und sub-

'any Instances where sportsmen Clar-Jean has announced a con- Jacksonville I a record year In license miles for : flooring In the houses. They will k ,
fed the which three prizes will be -- --. 4 Generations At Home 1
limit-15. test In Bradford County. In 1938 about be built one at a lime and the

Mr. Durden! reports the woods offered for the best names sug- Progress At Market 1400 tag were sold. (this year, 1.- first house will tm completed before ;

etc full of hunters Monday-the gested for the little girls. : 721 were sold and 1040 sales may Perhaps one of the second one II I! started. .
day of the contest and the WPA workmen put the finish- the numt unusual
and he checked around Details reach the 2.000 mark Mr. Knight This Is Mr. Marshall's third ,

"censes nineteen of them be- prizes to be awarded! are announced ing touches Wednesday' to the stated. This year's ,wales Included family groups in winter In this vicinity The first 1

from Jacksonville. However. I in an advertisement in this Issue building that will house the new I 1.175 passenger car tags! 458 the county may winter he spent on Klngxley Lake.
usa a different Wednes- of the Telegraph truck tags and 88 trailer licenses be found a short
story unit at the State Farmers' I Last winter he built u residenceon i
*', he .- .T cooling i distance, east/ of
little -- .
says very I II Lafayette Street He came
Market here Machinery for the Lawtey where
ting going on in this county. Cemetery Bids Wanted Heavy 1'rllckJamared here from OhioiNEGRO
\ider\ a special act passed at I I cooling plant has not yet been I II four generationsare I ,
.W and .
"" session of the state legis- The Crosby Lake Cleaning purchased. Construction will also Damages to the extent of $400 living to-
''lilt is seeking I under the I TEACHERS
r hunting in Bradford Coun- Fencing Committee 'start soon on the hamper shed I were received by a Tampa to ,, i
work of clearing atenfootwlde Mama roof. O c -
limited for
to three days a around and restaurant building which Is''' Jacksonville bound International caslonally In ,
: right-of-way
14i7 The season, Wednesday has also been : Crosby Lake Cemetery as the to be built just north of the platform truck and its load of citrus fruit found an I Instance Negro teachers of the county

horrened and will end at mid- ,, first step In erecting the new about 11 o'clock Tuesday night r where thegrandmother have raised $40 which they wilt
1&4 announced this ---- contribute to the Virginia Ran. .
January 31, instead of the fence it was when It was struck by a car occupied -
CUlar" date of 15. week. Persons Interested In bid Small Theft Sunday mother and dolph Fund, which goes for the I
February two Isaac and
I fa discussing of on this work are asked to by negroes< daughter, all live support of Jeans teachers in the f
*rob the slowness ding Carl Johns City Clerk Unknown persons broke Into Swearengen Kelly, of New River together< but negro school From this fund
d that sales Judge Perryman of the committee. Kahr's filling station and store The truck was pasting, the pas when you add $200 U paid annually on the salary
chairman 'I
J the elimination of Satrda7 and
hunting school Another contribution towards the south of town on Road 13, Sun- senger car when one of the tireson a the great-grand of Slmmle D. Hunter, Jeane

re prevents received this week from day night, getting away with mother to thiscombination, teacher In this county
and also some farmers from work was around $6 worth of cigarettes, the negroes' vehicle blew out
log able to "take to the woods." :Mrs. Mattie Markey. a previous Entrance to and swerved It Into the The colored teachers estimate
.snuff and cigars
contributor, of Lake Butler, In truck'i! you really have that a thousand people visited the d
-A- BMIM M> M the building was made through a which turned over. The
of $3.50. something unusual school exhibit here last ,4
timed Dairy Manager the amount--. window from which the glass had badly damaged. The accident. occurred IT In this I week negro, and they wish to thank
been removed by chipping out the 3 miles south of Starke on taken i
1relTfIl picture on who aided them In any
and Fair
Futch son of Mr. Pecan Sales Road 13. ,
1. C putty. the back stepsof to make It a success The
; A. Futch of Starke, was _.. _. way
I --- --- !
'"Uy appointed manager of J. L. Gentry, manager of the --- their horn, J $15 prize: money that was given
announced Street Potato Special Masonic Meet you we the Starlings businessmen
dairy at the Florida State I) State Farmers' Market here. Large ; ,' away was contributed by
Deg Great- and other white friends of
t for Women at Tallahassee. I yesterday have A Porto Rico Yam weighing A special meeting of Bradford grandmotheristzabeth schools
wok over his new duties two 30.000 pounds of pecans three pounds and eleven ounces Lodge No 35 F. &: A M will beheld the negro
l .
!". through the market ) -- --- ----
? ago Wednesday Merrill) been handled season. The )I' was brought to the Telegraph of- Monday\ night. November 27 i gra n d mot her' Iteuutlful ('hrlotnui* ranks '
In animal husbandry during the week Harold. Gregg at 7:30 o'clock In the ball A
fice this by mother
by the is conservatively j :' tle $ :. J Nancy I. acute print"0: for $1, Don't de
In average price of entertainmentand 4
extension service It was on special program ,
farmer grown Lois and i
t pound. young ISnulforil County
Order -
cents a lay now -
i rraduatlon had been employ-1: estimated at eight to growers his place a mile aha a half south refreshments nan been planned .. .. tiaugbtri iAdcI T'hojrllpb.

;, by th extension service In meaning a gross return I' of town. | ,
1'nesvllle, I of 2400.


FRIJI\Y. NO\}::\iBFat

Turner Tuesday i I l WOODLAWN{{ last week in .,?!.flrll ,
sarbs do fofp> day on July fer dat white fokes er way frum us en Donnle, of Jacksonville were visit- guest of By Mrs. Oscar" Carter of his slater, Mrs rh.trh'R, '

IJ Letter Box wuz de day dat dey whoped dem left us ter root-hog-er-die." ing Mr. and Mrs F. M. Normanof night. busi- and Mrs. Mary Wblteltej, '
made a
Ingino en took dla har Amerlky "Now Sonney. duz yer unstan this section Tuesday.Mrs. Miss Vera Butler Satur Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hudson of Mrs. Walter Lee ?, I(
fi-um. dem en make hit safe fer de bout hit now?, If en dar is eney Amanda Silcox: of Starke ness trip to Jacksonville\ Macclenny spent last weekendhere is Visiting her parvn1N lndllU1

Gentlemen: white fakes en de niggers ter fing dat yer dont unstan bout hit, was visiting relatives here on day.W. as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. Mrs. J. M. Roslci,r thus Mt

wake up in de mawnln wid out fist ax me en I will spain mo bet- Tuesday.Mr. A. Turner of Cordele, Ga., S. Norman. Mr. and Mrs Felix week
tike to
1 thought might reprint :
linin dey brains knock out dey ter." and Mrs. H. L. Norman and is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roan Wateroak were Su
this old clipping I have had Misses Mildred Williams\ and vsmn,
haids en scatter all ober de flo." J. L. Harrell, family of Vanderbilt were visit- J. Turner. Gladys carter
in my possession many years. Fla. Rosier Dorothy Lee Johns of Starke spent Sunray lifter
Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. J. M. G. Moody Mr.
"Dem niggers dat wuz free fo ing Mr. and Mrs. N. and Mrs.
week-end the guests of Mr. .
last as i
t'NCIK ANDY'STHANKSGIVING and family of Woodlawn Friday. Mrs. Belle Johns were visiting In of the State Farm 7e'v::
freedum obsarbes de fust day and Mrs. Luther Hllliard.\ '.
DAY VANDERBILT F. M. Norman, Jr., of this sec Palatka Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J M ,
fer dat wuz de day dat Mrs. Lee Johns of Live Nrman<
Mr. and
Janwary business and Seeber
(1886) Hy MH| Velma Norman tion was in Jacksonville on Miss Melba Moody day night.

"Granpappy, what day duz Mars Llncum pass de! wurd roun last Tuesday.Rev. Johns attended the dance In Lake Oak were visiting here Sunday Folks, don't forlt"l prayer

thanknglbln cum on dls yar? En dat dey cud wiSHlt dey kin fokes Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwardsand H. M. Tillman of Jacksonville -. Butler Friday night. afternoon. ing every Thursday night

what am hit fer?, Mara Stebe'sJeetle in de Souf wid out de patrole git- family, and Miss Ruth Alva- \ filled\ his appointment at Wilbur Turner spent the week- Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Carter and clock at Hellbronn Baptist, eh 1 ,I

boy said hit wud cum on de tin alter dem." rez, of Gainesville\ were visiting Wateroak this weekend.Mr. end with Roger Collins of Lake daughter Louise spent Sunday in You are invited '

las Tursday in Nobember dla in de relatives in this section Sunday and Mrs. Levy Norman and Butler. Starke as the guests of Mr. and -.
"All de niggers --
yar Said hit war er day got part Souf dat young borned after free afternoon. family of Vanderbilt were visitingMr. JOlt Supper Mrs. Jeff Johns. BUS SCHEDULE j
fer de peeples ter gib tanks." dum obsarbs de fust day ob April Alec Ross and son, John Ross, and Mrs. Clyde Manning and' Long Bridge Christian Churchis Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter were North Hound
Jacksonville were visiting of Starke Sunday afternoon box and lemon visiting Sam Norman in the Leave Starke: 2:45
family a super : :
giving a
Well Sonny, dat pens ertlly on ter dat wuz de day dat de Yank- m.
Vanderbilt over the Christian Church Wateroak section Sunday after- p. m., 1:50: ,
friends in cutting at the p. m. 3
who hit am dat Is gwlne ter gibe lea tell de white fokes dey hab Pin. ,
week-end. night, November 25th. P. m., 10:15: p. m.South .
dem tanks. Sum peeples got ter feed dem nlggera, wurker noon.Mrs.
wun day en Hum er nudder, Hits no wurk." Miss Velma Norman of this sec- LONG BRIDGE The funds will go on repairingthe Gladys was shop- Bound
fiat what dey Is glbblri tanks fer." tion and Miss Lorena Rosier of Ity Miss Bonnie II. Turner Church building. We will appreciate ping in Starke Saturday morning I Leave Starke: 2-20: a m
"Now us old slabery niggers and cooperation Fred Roberts of Lacoochee was a. m., 2:20:
Woodlawn were business visitorsto all help p. m. 5:20:
Norf p
In de m
"Now de White Fakes
halnt got no special day ter obIIII..be after- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Car- West Bound to
obaarbes de last Tursday in No- Gainesville\ Wednesday Mrs. Thelma Alvarez of Starke. given us by everyone. Tallaha
fer tanks glbln. Us halnt .- ter last Sunday. Leave Starke
bember. fer dat wus de day Mars noon was visiting her parents, Mr. and -- 5-35: p m
Genrll Leo surenner ter MarsGen..11 got nuffln ter be tankful bout. Levy and Russell Norman of Mrs. E. C. Priest Sunday.Q. Beautiful Christmas (rartbt Oscar Carter and Leon Norman Starke 12:35 p. m.

Grant, dot ended de Clbll Bout de only ting us duz es ter this section were In Jacksonville\ E. Crosby was transacting name printed, 50 for $1. Don't de made a business trip to Palatka For free pick-up servIce (>
I Order now.-Brad ford County last Wednesday. In city limits)
lay. phone
business In Jacksonville Saturday.
War sit .roun en mourn en mourn be- on business Thursday. icy
'De White ekes in de Souf ob- case Mars Llncum don took us Mrs. D. N. Denmark and son, L. H. Harper of Starke was the Telegraph Daniel Browning spent part of way, agent.

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" dIIOt4'j' ', I -- -CJayl Jean Davie Home Coming Soon Madam Bool Meet Our SeniorsOn Health
(lilef Sewell Play Palatka Essentials Musical Notes
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) ,*rtI I'lii.'l' Frank Roblnaon Two weeks from today a I .. -- .
t Arch Thoma. There Tonight Dear Madam Boolu: December
Aid Loral load of Jacksonville football 1822 a sweet Eat Drink, but lx Vary The music classes are making
Bennett payers I have :
a rare disease encounter. little
Clu' : girl born
it Elisabeth PlummerIP will be was to Mr. and Those who overeat and very much First
Turnadoes Starke-bound. with treatthemselves progress. sign
Clara Mae Harley Defeated by: ed by few people: overwork of the! Mrs. J. S. Austin of Lawtey. I
op"1"' t. M. Jaln aCloiiientary St. Auguitlne Last Friday their rooters close behind; the brain. It's a strange Florida. to approximately 7 of that was a few weeks ago
III Bradford Tornadoes will be maladywhich They named this little meals a day, have one thing to when Mrs. Mabel Wall was plan-
: News By 11-0 In Good i. :. WIt, "Ida KUnnB wort.li I In the middle of a chronic case makes look forward to, If they don't stop ning to take the junior and senior
. B. H. S. of I regard me as a Alene attended school In Law- choruses to
p.'al Reporters Tornadoes played the pre-game nervousness; B. H. bright boy. In it--bad stomach trouble later In the sub-sectional

" iownaend. Joe Ella. Barry Florida School for Deaf and S., will have Its face clean its I am only an Industrious reality Madam fellow tey until she graduated from the life teachers' meeting for which how

::<(' wn. Betty Oreen, LouiseEDITORIAL Dumb, last Friday afternoon on shoes polished Its arms open to I I who wants to know ninth grade there. She then be- The common statement heard so ever all entertainment was called

'sterI. Estelle lack llal1e.AustIn, an 1 I the opponents field In St. Augus- alumni who will be ready to fall about It. Do what to do gan school at Bradford High often: "You know, so-and-so' has off at the last minute.

i iI tine. The Starke boys seemed into them; all Bradford County I condition as very you serious recognize my School and Is now a senior She stomach trouble SO terribly" ," They then had two numbers

very listless and just couldn't will know what is going on: i I In spite of myself I study Latin weighs one hundred and fifteen may, fifteen or twenty years from thoroughly worked up: "Ada-

seem to get going. The oppon- Homecoming. They'll know it's English, math etc., and constantly pounds has blonde hair and blue now be easily applied to some of lusiu," and "Anchored," both of

iI ents as a whole, played outstanding coming long before December 7; I make A's and B'a, while others I eyes. these 1939 midnight snackera, who which are the type of songs which,

III t week little red crosses ball throughout the entire they'll be glorying in the knowl- blissfully "C" about their busi She likes all sports and especially find eating one of tho supreme I stick firmly In n person's memoryonce

beginning to be placed on I game. They had the strongest offensive edge when the day arrives; and 'ness. boat riding and tennis and joys of life. they are learned.The .

?", windows; Its citizens' I I and defensive team that by that night the whole town will There's a reason for everything should we any Jack She dislikes I The B. II. S. BIology teacher, 'I band Is practicing extra-

I dre8ees were beglnlng to : our boys have come be one great hunk of excitement. spinach and history.She I
up against lard these
I II i and a way to solve every prob- Lester Sponholtz, easily' explainedto days Itching to raise
little red : I
4/I the this season. Hosts to the former graduates lem, and now is your chance of a intends to become a stenographer hU class, last week how such the roof ((01' th> sky, rather* on

I I K4i, The annual markers'j During the first half, the game I|I will be the senior class. Its life-time. Will you please help in the near future Alone I' thing could happen: by frequent Homecoming. Professor' Carl
>t was showing was dull with I I members are already high-keyed ? the senior class of 1940 wishes and, Roberts will be
very no large gains me If you don't I'll Jump out I heavy eating, the poor stomach present to lead It.
die first time this year. by either side. At the beginning I as Is the rest of the school, and the window soon you much success. la worked so hard BO often, It Here's hoping they don't forget to

!allon.wlrle. the American Red of the third quarter the opponents I they've long since begun to pre- Come quick I has too little time to rest, and play the not-yet-stale "Ileer Barrel .

10 leaves no corner" of the U.jvestigated. opened up with everything they pare for a reception to which all Milo (smart guy) Sponholtz 'BEHIND Tin: CURTAIN' thus begins' to complain much Polka."

Beginning at had. They completed one long friends of n. H. S. and former Dear "Smart Guy": -by the Mouse I sooner than it normally should. Music students are now learning '

appointed time, It approaches" pass that put them in scoring dis pupils and teachers, will be In- You want to know what to do j December 13: 1939-It's goingto Normally( It never should ). I what nil music teachers try some

Jjrtli, :churches business men, tance. They made their first vited. about that Industrious streak ? be a great day! Clarke Gable Remedy: Have a definite time for times vainly to pound Into the

:; other citizens. Thorough in touch-down about the middle of --. Let It go full bla.Ht. Turn U on and Vivian Leigh are going to both regular' meals and "snacks," heads of their Htudents: that

Urive it collects many a dol- the third quarter.. The second I Elementary Echoes and let It fly. Let me tell you I make history in Atlanta when the being careful to give the stomach scales are vastly Important In

jbetort the yearly time Is up.A touchdown was scored by a wide something. There's one time you doors of "Loew's Grand" Theatre plenty of time to rest In between music. Those who are "taking"any

typical American school, B. sweep around end In the first of FOt'KTII GRAPH NEWS can be sure all the world Is wrong are opened for the first premier those ptMlodd." Let one meal be particular musical Instrument

1 8, has, no less than most of the fourth quarter. We have been drawing Thanks- but you: when you have determi- of "Gone With The Wind" and be- well on its way--well through its know they have to know scales ,

L others done its part. Proof After the second touchdown the giving pictures. nation and the rest don't. But lieve me the Junior Class of 1040 stomach-working process before up and down, nnd those who 1

J119 fact that each room has Tornadoes seemed to settle down Emma Allen brought some fish don't worry, you'll never be the Is going to make history when the you begin eating again. I simply enjoy listening to music ; ,

Inributeil a minimum of fifty and played ball. They completed to school. One Is a catfish. The only "bright boy." There are I doors of Bradford High School I Sample of a logical eating rou- I I cannot even do that without I I

iiii toward the drive. I several passes for nice gains. others are just little minnows. I others, though few, III the same are opened to the Junior production tine: breakfast, recess noon, middle p knowing something about the ,

(Everybody: knows the cause of Starke got within scoring distancebut They are very funny. Lillian boat with you I I "He Was A Gay Senorita of afternoon (If you must) scales Mrs. Wall has lost no time 11 l ,':

( Red Cross: to be ready for I was unable to penetrate the Thomas brought a big jar to put Madam Boolu. I Now folks that's one rousing rollicking supper -.but, NO midnight raiding In impressing that upon her : I ..

atrican emergencies. People opponents' stubborn defense. them In.Miss I play that Isn't to be for- of the Ico box, and NO eating before students' minds. They already : I 1 .

Jilnarlly! associate Red Crossrk I The last quarter was the most Edwards Is reading "The Dear Madam Boolu: gotten soon. It really goes to I bedtime.! The latter i is,. the have a little book littered" with I.

\ with war but no less active thrilling with both teams Five Little Peppers" to us. How much wood would a wood- the extreme from ridiculous worst possible; time, warns Mr. sharps, flats, both major and I i

ibis irgnnization when flood, desperate chances for taking Our room joined the Junior Red I II chuck chuck if a wood-chuck I comedy to beautiful, romantic Sponholtz. minor. All this takes placo every .1 J

if hurricanes the. I gains. I Cross. Paul Canova brought could chuck wood ? In trying/ to Senoritas, and speaking of romance 6- __ Monday mornlnsr.-. for threo .1I.M
I-ntry, sweep j/ Tonight the Tornadoes will Invade fifty cents. We thank him very I figure the answer to that one, my (That peculiar thing which periods. I .

.... I the territory of the Palatka much. brain' has become a muss of makes the world go 'round) there Old JokesA On Wednodduy the classes King. ; I

I Maroons. They promise this to Miss Edwards, teacher. twirling madness-a hunk of bog- are some love scenes that will Members are now spending/ most !I" I i

Book Reportfollowing be a very Interesting game. So Claude Johns reporter. gy grey matter. If someone leave the audience rolling In the trump was walking down a of the period working on the "

let's everyone go to Palatka -.-_ ._ doesn't give me a solution I'll go dusty road when he splint a sign beautiful negro spiritual: "I i
are three of the aisle.Mrs. that rend/ "George antI the Ui' Couldn't Hear i I'
FIFTH GHADB NKXVS; quietly nuts. I asked one person C. W. Chalker is going to ag Nobody Pray. The
:;lib! grade book reports, doneJ I what he though the on." lie then entered thu Inn und arrangement Mrs. Wall Is) lifting I
Mammy SezHI We have had two pupils come answer was. be the director and as you all
month by Fay Yarbrough and he asked for the landlady has four parts and the obbllgnto. I
into our room during the past two just said, "why worry. I know she really Is good! I .
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Marjorie :
or three weeks. Their names are asked another, and he just looked "Noblu madam" he begun, :, "J.
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Chllluns: you gentlemen, Ml I KM <.I. Kl.l'.l; ; IH>\
The Lost Prince by Frances Fred Morrow and M. C. Howard, at me aa If-well, you can Im and boys and girlie, want a "have you a meal end Homo old! fly I HIM 1"'W..r v..t..d. in "the .
Boy what a hard test gay I
on '
'''melt! Kimnl of Ptlbllr "H"'II'UOII of
agine. I Inquired further and clothes to a hungrymun
but Fred Morrow has spam puor
punctuation In senior English! just gone a grand and a glorious evening, hOrutl ford ('''UlllY, Klorldu. herebymlla "
Haiti with his father, Lorlsa back to Miami. further and further and It is Just just plan to attend the Junior ?" an .leullon. to he held oriTuoHiluv .

anu his servant, Lazarus, Everybody's still puzzled over too much for everybody in the "Not for the likes of Now Ni.vi'nihfr iN. 111,13( at '
de indentity of Madam Boolu. Woodrow Griffis has brought us Play December 15.: The juniors you. Ihn rity( Hull at Htniko In tpi' >rlal j
d occupying No. 7 In the Ph iii- some little fish. He also broughtus school house and out. 'hereby promlso that they will go!" she said. sternly Then see- Tnx Hchoi.l i DlHtili't No: 3 llradford; I
Dat sho' am a good book- ,
County, Klorldii, for I Ihn iiurpomt of
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rt Place which was considered I "Flight Into Oblivion." I a narcissus bulb. Maybe you wonder why, In the really put some "yoomph" in-- Ing he desired to get another ....e.tlnlC' hires 'liunteoa, and, flxInNT

e ibm section of London. Toe We have been tracing turkeyson first place I should even be try- "He Was A Gay Senorita." word! with her. "Well! what Is It ?" the mlMiiK" for I ho enmilnur, twu

people on streets this small So Mural S. is now collecting I Ing to dope this thing out, and "Then, plenne ma'am could I yonl'H For the purpoaa of holding 1
I manila paper. They are colored -- .- -- auld wlMvtlon I I h., folowlnir are atel ,,,-
amy of tenants was very : autographs on her dress nicegoln' with all colors and look why I haven't something better to nee! CSeuige ?" oil l UK mnninci'm N. li Wulfiwrl I

beer. Marcus was different from pal-just don't get dose pretty. very worry over. Well, It's this way. We Wonder Why? Mr F, ,A.It."'I"uti.,. Lee Clerk, Mnnn I ; RobInson, e"i

ter&ys. He knew when names mixed! I I'm a member of the Humane NOIKK ttv 1'I1'I.n: : IMIADKOItl/ t COUNTY' HOARD OFI'IIIII.IC
pever Mrs. Hart, teacher. fly t tlio |>iw"'r vi-MiMl in It the .
might be called from his sleep I Sorry dat there wuz a little Billy Smith, reporter. I: Society and just have to know Dararnh J. und Alice 8. J. lire H'tltii, ,! nf I'liMIc. Inalrurtlnn' nf 6t INSTItllCTKlN.1UU7 A.: J. Urlffla, Secretary

:: night by his father or Lazarus mix-up in dis column last week .-- how much wood they make that so fond of each olheY. riill I lirncironl,$ nn (eli'i'flon'""I"Iy.t F'In br IMI ida,h.1 hereby' onTiioRiluy --- ------ -

I'' man on to another town or I j But dere wuz nothing yours truly I poor animal chuck this l I., If he I Billy Dowllnjc likes Math<>ws, Ni'ViMiilx'i' 2H, 19S9! at O"'U'I'I Ihn powxr) or VBJile.l l"t.E'I'lO'Vhly : In It
do about it. In de future PrimarJingles can chuck It. Oh Dairy. Kill lie-ilfllnli Hioie, Itt II..llhronn of l'IIhllo, I Inmriicllon of
airy He had already been ]I could I gosh, there I I In KixM-lHl i Tux Kchniil) Mint rift: No llriniri.nl h County, Florida.
!r most. of Europe. i iHarco tho', when dere are any complaints go again. Freeman was so happy thIs \I lit, I llrniUmil <',,uiily.; : Klorliln.I for; culls el.*rllon to hn hnld horbyan 01%
:'I TIIIKI GRADK: NKUS Oh well will Ida Lee! the purpose of flortlnic three trua-' TuKKduy Niivi'iiilii-i. 2K, III!.IJ:. at
soon met another boy |I be sure to tell Mammy. you do what you morning-look out, :teeS mill flilriir' I::, the inllliiicn I For tli. the city Hull nl fawtey In
ib like himself. He was call-I j I and dat will help avoid any em- Hooray! We're over the top with can to help my suffering crain- Mr. Sponholtz save such an unsuIng two vi'iiiM I"nr'II. pur- Tnx H< boi.l: DlNlili'l: No ii, llradford

Tie' !. barrassment.The our pennies for the Junior Red turn? i easy Biology tent this month.There's Poe of .hold"log. "ilIII .election thet'.llnivlii ('".unty. Florida. fm, the puipoHn of
Rat nrimimiil an
Marco and The Rate nmnnMrer ttlflLtln' i .
I"lu' t titiMiuHft nml flxlnir I I
I Croa We hope all the other So bad Amli.rm.il. lliirmiKi, Kill Ufidillnh, .
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tenth grade news inllliivo for lh
e seniors naturally apprecljates no niiNiilnir two
Journey through several .. ,,,,,
de and grades will have a part In this I.. :M. ( talkln' machine) Gaines. this wl'ek-allk Sam Simpson. HIM'!.I.I, kItllAPFOKIi Nettle". a 111 ti roy Nor n, y : ra. For: h Ihu pun: ginsi of holdlnir
en m Europe which was im- you-all buyin' candy I ( auld .'Ie't loll I ill,, f uhiowln.r I ,nr,hnninml
(tant in the sandwiches Icy has been sellin'! fine work. My dear "Tulkln Machine": he's reporter. / ('OtTNTY TlOAIin OF aa niaiinxi-rN, 'J'-- '( -- AustIn,
story. We are studying the American I J'DIII.IC INHTIUK'TION: ( Id.I.cit. Kliinrhiiiil, Volley Hnddlah. ;
Utrco 'loved Samavia, a small All donations are appreciated to Indian and enjoying several Worry no more. Here in the "Red" Hlnxon doesn't like her 10.27 Gt A J Hi'If flu. Hoirotary.OK ,and, 0 J riillllpn, Cloik I I''
long-sought --- -
answer to HltAltFDItll/
your que.stion IIOAUIJ OP
[Wry in Eastern and help de cause nickname. \ I: OK I.I'C"I'II': : '
Europe extra boks about Indians, that INoI'IIIU"I'IO-l.: fl
: wood-chuck would chuckas i
14 taken We likes dat cute sweater lly I ho IlliWI' Vl-nll'il I III It III" 10-27 rot A .1, Hiirri, Hncrnrnry ,
a pledge of really So pupils were missing
allegiance were loaned to us by the Kxten- much wood as an ear drop I many lloiinl i of I I'uMli' Inntriii'llon I ofllrHilforil
It. He had never" been toMvla suit Clara Mae! slon Division of Gainesvile. from clauses last Monday morn- C',,iu''I''t.V. Klorliln hereby !\ per would ears (If it could), If a mil. liti ..li.<'tl'Hi, I In I... htM un Ky I Ihn
r but. as the papers were And Frankie Gay--dat sho' wasa This week we are planning an I wood-chuck COULD chuck wood. Ing. Musta been on account of Tueiulny, NoVMinlii-i. 2H, I 1019 ntCorlnlh liniiid" i.f pownr I'ubllr vimtml limlriiotlon In It. the"f

:lit accounts of the present pretty ring you wuz wearing on Indian Exhibit for our school Now, how's that. It should, put hunting season beginning. ,t1chnnl Chun ninlrlrt nl Itlilnw No 11 In. H|llrailfonl >..ilulTax Krndford, CouiHv. Florida, hnrvbvrnllit

LaeIan wars, he knew much ; your left hand las' week! Meseum.PIUMtUV. your mind, at great ease; I know Students must take exams 4''ujnt y. Klurlilu, for I tie purina TilvHdny.an election Novi'inbnr to 21 he, held 1939 oit at
.of eltH'tlttMT, I I I Ihreti Ir".t.... nml'IxliiK lillltADKOIH
rail Besides he Saui- '' th Walnronk' Cliurrh,
was a A little bird told me flat Enos It must be n great relief to, at I th" tiillliiKu,, for. Mm finauliiK In Tax at Vandarh'iht -
himself Finally, after be- i and George had an excellent time ASSEMBLY I last, see light! Coach :-"[ drink a cup of hot two yearn for the |>urioee ofhiiMliitf No, ID, Hni'i-lal lirndford; County School, Florida IHatrlrt: ,
:f tricked Into several direction of Mrs. water every morning." ( milil rlfi-tlon Ihn followingirn for the Purpose of elnrllnir three
traps And what's die Under the
Madam Boolu. ,
Friday night. oenat' Hermanrhoinim ,, .
no iiianiiirem: Iru ,,
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fixing the 1 1
:::181. everything turned out all about and de cadets Enos? I Ethel Bigg the primary children Principal Willie ms80: do I. It. It ('r.. hy. .lenrge Cur,,,, ( I.. niiHiiInK !Iwoo. vi-nrM. in For lugfor the
tL! I you a coffee." nnd "Kmorv: I...wi.., flfrkUtAliKOItM .
:> The war ended. LorlaMO the usual time Thursday but my wife cull It puipoHK of hiildlnw ",,101 election
Francine I understand dat you met at Dear Madam Bnolu : I COUNTY I1OA Itt) OF ,(0," fiillnwIOK, ar.' ...am.d1I..n ,
1:1: Marco were called to of Jacksonville 1 afternoon and sang Thanks I am truly worried. I'm wonder- OF''IIFItII"P" HUM', INHTIllH'TION: ntnun 11", ",,,.M No""n." Srolt Al-I
":ta1'la There Marco found, for visited de bright lights al They learned some new songs.// ing what in the world I'm xoru'Il: % l.l! 0-27 61 AI OilfflH, Secretary.Othill yarns I. I, Vlllt tizu._-',,_. ."..,."--1 1-.>...-.....
'Have going -- -- -----
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night I cI'rk
"I first Friday | Ntfr. In. hereby giver Ihnt I, A .
time that Lorlstlan, his thev. like very much. We to do when Ilenny Goodman finds : Hhi-rlff of KriidfordCounty I :\ or rtEC't'lOIto' : ) i-OIINTY! IOAI1I) OF
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'* dear good l, .. the power vi-eteel In It theItuurt I'l'HMr/ INHTHITCTION \
father was the Lost to de many, many things to be thank-" out how good I am. and whetheror I Florida, ny virion, .r. : "f I'ulillr, Inmrm-llori oftrnilfortl 10 21 Kt A J riffle( ,
went of Htnolai-y
nee Our little Margaret I Write of nxrciitlon lamed ,
tf Samavia about Coiiiitv t Klorliln' II..r..hy
he was forwe like to sing
only ful
; not he'll give me and '.., Ihn Klwhtnfudlrliil .
my ( of I
Clrriilt iit
% in Miami over de week-end. I I thi> iillH IOn eI', ,,-( ljri, lo tm haih. on
r.he Found King of Sam- game them. I clarinet a wicked slice of compe Clrr-ull. In nnd for Hrnd- iiemluy Novemlii-r I 2x, IV19 Hiirnoker ,
I. Did cheer enough for us too. ford County ,.I..rldll..n the Hill Relief At Last
The I
beloved ale you teacher. f'hiin at I Krouknr In
Mrs. Biggs,
falry-t tition. You see, lie used to be .
my .I.\y .r November I l'1'*. I I" I that < < pedal Tux Hi In.1.1. I Dlxlrlct No IN,
to I ,
aau loved so much had be- honeychlle Ideal, but now. since I'm not halfa tiiln rnunn. whornln Trunman F rIlllxir I irnilfonl < '.,""ty. Florida, for. Ihnunion ,
i Ie true The I Betty Phillips, where and with I Company a lorporatlonorKanlxrd of el,'. titipt 'three tnal.atiaing .
happy and sorrow- .\ : notch below him I don't want and
and .xlotl"l
night ? ..IM| I'hp nillliiKd for the ."-
adventures be whom did I see you Friday Whlttemore's homeroomhad vlrlun' of Ihn. lawa of the Htalnf .. For Your
of Marco can J. my former model to dislike me by Mtilnic two years. fr'or I the imrpoMt* Cough :

Hy' enjoyed In Frances Bur- Till next week---:Mammy. charge of assembly Tuesday. in my efforts to surpass him and (M, Iliirnny Florida, wee Was dofnndnne pliilnllff. ,and havInvlid J).. >.f lii.lilmK are nlln.1"ii''I' election urn managers I hug foliiwlnir : J.|- :
':1 The Lost Prince." Nina Bishop read the 24th Psalm to reach TIlE top where Artie 1 I upon I the .followlnw d"",'rlh..eII K ouiclnM, lloyre .- pro".rtv.lual./ lying and beirut und Hnveii I f'lnrkIIICAI It right to the
repeated the Kmory goes seat of Ute
--Fay Yarbrough. after which everyone Shaw sits balancing on the top 'In Uradford COUntY! Florida to ;
I I >K(>II) COIINTr IIUAItO OK trouble to loosen germ laden phlegm
Through the Keyhole i Lord's Prayer and Flag Salute. ten. wit : riJIIMC: INHTKIJCTION. Increase secretion and aid natur. to 1

The Blythe Girls," by Laura -- I Dr. M. B Herlong gave a talk I'm going to feel terrible when lion KeKlnnln Z8,, TownshIp at HW 6 rornir Mouth of llann 80"- 10-27: 6t A. J. Orlffli-,-Secretarysorit --- soothe and heal raw, tender Inflamed .

Hone. That chain of money Dot is on health. He said one of the the papers say: "The public has : 22 Kant an.I run, North on Hoi- H OF" pI.Ec'rlov: bronchial mucous membranes.,
Florida / linn linn l$20 f*"'. theni-n F.aiito : fly the power ve..te,l In It the No matter how many medicines you
Men. Margy and Rose were I wearing is something: special. I main reasons why was voted the best orchestra to to aa I a point of hrKlnnlnic 33 feet riourrl nf I'ul.lli'I I l Instruction, ( of have tried, tell your druggist to sell

haters' who fond heard someone trying to borrow I called the lazy man's country was follows: Artie Shaw first; Jack 1'lajt: of the cnntor of "tate' IlondI tlradfaril bounty, "'h>rhl,., hereby I you a bottle of Creomulslon with the j.
were very this I IN". I 13, Ihoni-c I..t. !I"<" feet. calls an ale.'tl, ,,,. lo tin held, on understanding that like
** other. We want more candy hook worms. People having Halle, second ; Benny Goodman parallel with you are to "
After their mother from her. I Ihcnco Mouth and Tunmlny. Novrmtior, 21, 1939 "I the way It quickly allays the
I. the) moved to New York to like the kind Emmett made. We disease usually are pale faced and I third." I'll let Mr. Goodman know !I Scat. Hoad No II 100 feet, thence I Ih* City ITfill I I nt I Hampton In Hpnrlnl I you are to have eouator back.\
I \V.at I'D feet, morn or In**, to a I Tax "Hrhool iimrlct No t, jJralr'rh your money J
Wa. wonder how long It took him to their stomachs are large. right from the start that there'll point 33 f",'t Knot: of the renteof County, Flnrldit for lh' |

n was the oldest of the make Hf! Have you noticed Ida He spoke of this in connectionwith I be no hard feelings in that close Slat lload N"I.: thenceNrth noun of elrrllnir lhri>'e'I'| CREOMULSION
alonic Fsnt ldn of the
flxlnur the I for the
''I( rls and was the artist of Lee's new compact ? Now It's a the amount of work a school competition. And. if ho still right of way ..r Hla.t lload No two years mlllnirn KIT the purpoH ensuing" of i iholdlnv for_Coughs Chest Colds Bronchitis

Iy Of course I can't pupil, having hook worms, coulddo. glares I'll come back home and 11: lo the point: of :hejrlnnlna: at'ihMing pnlil ..li-i-llori( Ihn | -
beautiful thing. ,
Towntnlp B 7
(, toe IWas the youngest and alsoDbtiest !: tell who gave It to her. but I havean They are slow thinkers, be- play my clarinet In private.Isn.t Houlhtanif"I In Hecllon 3J 21 Haul, nnd con- $are a son namu"i, Jeff cc I"rr;:'. (''her! I rOllnWlnlC/: r. / Jn_ Co'ttda.

tall dark these hook worms take up that right ? What would talnfnir onn-f-.iirlh (14) aim, morn ''I till .l'er'y fJrlffln ('lark.ii .
of Idea it was from a cause ..._ ., .
i the three. or 1. & I >i'g.i I> iirvrv. .."_.. ..
p Orgy was only a year and a and handsome somebody. The the red corpuscles leaving no red you do If you were In my situation -,' a/i' th;'-- properly' of the al.1 l K Rllnrney. I'l'IIMi' : "JNHTIll''TI; l :; :

'!der looked aorta blood to nourish the brain. ? : defendant : that on the I 10-37 it A. J. OrlfflH, Secretary El. I IJACKSO
I than Rose but she football players 4lh' dRY of Hecember, A. 1', JU9.
'\\I i more than that. sleepy Monday. Willa and Clara He also brought to mind the I Klnda worried within the lrir.il, bourn. of nole. S'tII'l of fI.v."rIO': ''
eK tore sweaters. They need of a county health doctor. Jack (swing on down) Halle. namely, between eleven <'I..k In By the power vontod In It the ,
their blue
mother died, she Mae have the forenoon and two o'clock In the Hnnrd of I'ulilli' Instruction ...tIOra'I
,I Helen promise that she I wear them at the same time, and He said that 9 percent of the Dear "Swing on Down": afternoon on ald day at the Flaatdoor : f'r'l ('../inty, Pli"rl"a. h..r",ihy
(Jd I |I We have a visit pupils going to school fall, due When Ben Goodman looks at of tho Courlhoun In Btarkeilradfonl culls An flwllon lo tm held' on
heen ontlnue with her painting. are they cute! founty, Florida, I iihal/ TuoiidaK' Novnmbi-r 2N, iSIS at
!>' finally and I' from Frank H and Robert J. I to bad tonsils adenoids and eyes. you, it will be to smile, and not offer for sale t,. the hlKheat bid. the hof'ihi'UiA* at Th..rnaiia. In j
found Jobs I Del- : If had a county health doctor glare. Knowing where ,lcr. '"r Cash I In haml. the above Special Tux Hch'.ol Olalrlrt No I, U.
we you got
'taved at the apartment, every day or so. The Sigma e>] property aa the property IOns.)ford founty. Florida, for thnurponn \ !
ell *'y had making big plans fora he could look after these things you did by wring him aa your of K B. Ilurney, not held subject of nl ctfnir Ihrnn triiat4i I "
rented when they I ta girls are lo the Hen n' pelt. jud' ement byMm. and fixing the mlllnvn for thn *n-
the money. can't
will bea taxpayers model he object to holding
It thus saving
all1e know
We ailmlnlntralrlx
to New York. But Tea Dance. Abble Louise Morrow. tilncr two years For the ptirpnnn
'r'* Job Marian and Helen --. third place-It'll be his own fault! of the Hetat of D. C1.Klnlaw. ,./ holdlnir' nld electIon the follovr- -
live success. .
required her to
PATROL ileceaaen. In eallefy said" log are .ame.1 AH managers: Albertall '
I with SCHOOL HOYS' And be couldn't dislike for
home of her employer. look "Cone With The Wind, you ju'liremenr. all fees and coeta ilivan. H n. Swindle:! Illll( Hall
1 f F'eppr. wide-skirt dreses on. Jac It might seem that now that the something he caused himself, A. O ANDREU, Sheriff of Hra<.. and W. H Hlbly, dork' LLE'SLEADING
However, she could those that ford County Florida 11-19 6t It 1It.IIo'O'oItNTV/ tin Ann rtv
1 be- football season Is nearly over could he ? 80there' nothing to HOTEL
1hi nome on week-ends so they queline's new' hair-do is very tOaster and Clayton Ualnvavlll. }'(JJOLIC JNHTHUTION.
M a ; did miss Karl the School Boy Patrol will not worry about. .'1.. 10-27 6t 11..1.lrUrl... Secretary!
lot We surely
of C. '
fun together. coming. ...
but It defi-
-Marjorie Davis. last week and that everlasting, have anything to do Confectlonally >OTI('.: OP Eli: :CTIO4. NOTI('.] (; fljaq1i.1i4i.. ..
Perry I nitely will have plenty to do. Madam Boolu. r.". the power v*.te -. smile he gives everyone. Hoar of Piil| | Innerurtlon, of SUMMER
the road to patrol I Notice In hereby irlvon lo all 1s.kwUi., g'V
RI'I have
*n CROSS MEMBERS looked handsome In his blue suit They still Bradford County, Florida, herebynalln rrodltorn. and claImants ..r and COMFORT ,eoetwstkb.s4.h.ws.
Is seen go- and (winter morning!!! and after- Juanita: "You are always an election to ha held onTuecday. .fralnut the Hlato. of D, (' Klnlnw ..
following rooms In the PrtBdlng the other day. Roy the flag to lower at the wishing for something that I November 2ft, 1931 at dot'eaipsl.l ] that you ar. t'. flit Yltrrla'm. (5,5....4 Vei.Itaa" ......,-.-...
to Lake Butler every week- nons) you I Mlllurd John'* Store at New. River nr claim, with lion ..,. K'nrryman. c. ,
have Joined the ing attraction. end of each day. ground duty, haven't got." : 'In Kporlal' Tax Hrhool: Dletrlrt' No ('..unty Judvn I In and WItS ieam.p-. _1Ir_ ..4 i5q
The What IS the ...,. ......... .. ,
boys and girls end. duties to what else could I U. iiradford vunty. Florida for or Tlradford (V.nntr, Florida onor .Ie.-, .w
other Jean"Well
pr1e. DJ:;,-.- i1.. ? Carolyn (Green not Call- and various per the purpoeo of vler-tlns1' three true- before eIght, month, from thn
1 I arlng their pins. Roy her form. So even If the football season wish for" ti"-.. and fislntr' th. mllU.o for the ;"t" of first puhlli allen at this POULAJ.'IcmCOCKTAIL ,
Made' MIddleton's first street) has a sparkle In eyell.a December an"iinjr two ,....r.. K..r. th. pur .>tl''n. sail. mini' hcinir( duly sworn
on .
in her voice. and a grinon (except Homecoming -- -- ----- p"-.. "r holding aal') le-'tlon the to. or laid i-lalm. will "e barrel brlatut LOUNGE old ,
laugh sometimes 8)) Is almost over the' Trade your old typewriter In on follow-ut, are named aI' managers: "' of I.lmltatlona, also to pay COFFEE SHOP
Robert's first grade. her face-do you Floyd Wlgglne, it.an Turner., If. II.Laxonby ,,bt* owln, the vntatn to the unril .
RItch'fl love 1 She was seen witha patrol will still be active helping a brand new portable. Liberal and K'affor frewn, Clerk.HHAitroHrt .... '..n.d. This 27th day of Oct.
i cond grade. call thIS Bradford High to be a safer term. Bra/d/ord County Tele tnuNTY bOARD Of uu. 01.._ A S l.d .
"Igrg1 Third: grade. tall good-looking boy the other PUBLIC JNSTKUCTION. AnniE LOtnflK lVO n now, ...... ewsw-c5sn.. ,.- l.4 o.s..........
Preva.tt.s I school. ,graph. 10-17 St A..1. Ortffle, Secretary. n.n tt 11-IT A third grade. night. '


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Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Green r Mrs W. H Biggs HonoredOn I Miss Frances Peek Long Mr*. E. K. Per, ,man==,

III SOCIETY and CLUBS Have Golden AnniversaryMr. 82nd AnniversaryMrs. Hostess At Tea J. P. Warren Mn ,.; 1M:fie

.. -.. ---. and Mrs. A. H. Green, who W. H. Biggs of Lawteywas Miss Katie Fugate, whose mar- Matthews, and Mrs. A. I. Seer
were married October 31, 1889, honored on her eighty-second riage to James Richard Wain- Mrs. Carl Chambliss, MrH .
Wainwright-Fugatc Delightful Tea :Miss Fugate Is Honored celebrated their golden wedding birthday anniversary Saturd a y wright will be solemnized tonight, Fugate: Miss Ruby I'

edding Tonight At O'clock: Honoring Miss Fugate At Breakfast Saturday anniversary Sunday with a picnicdlnnel' afternoon when Mrs. K. B. Wells, was the honored guest Saturday 'Miss Martha I Srhem-k: F't"'f') ,?

Miss Evelyn Stump, Miss Mar- at the home of their son j Mrs. A. H. Harley, both of Law- afternoon when Miss Frances Peek Jacksonville at",
Katie :
Of Interest to a wide circle of Complimenting Miss 1
I jorie Stump, and Mrs. Eugene L. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Ntey and Mrs. K. L. Biggs enter- entertained from four until five
and Mrs.L.
{friends will be the plans for the gate, Mrs. G. L. Patten
at Matthews were joint hostesses at Mrs. Nelson Green. tained at the home of the latteron o'clock at the home of her grandmother .J--1J1R1l1U11II11lUJ1:
alnwrlght-Fugate wedding to be A. Canova were hostesses a
o'- afternoonat a breakfast at the home of the Yellow berry shrubbery and Walnut Street with a surprise Mrs. A. M. Darby, witha
solemnized tonight at eight delightful tea Tuesday
clock In the First Methodist the home of Mrs. Patten's latter Saturday at twelve o'clock, other plants and flowers, carryingout birthday party. lovely tea. JOIN THE

Church, when Miss Katie Robin- mother, Mrs E. E. Canova.A the occasion being in honor of a golden color scheme, were The living and dining rooms of The spacious home was deco-

son rugate daughter of the late profusion of chrysanthemums, Miss Katie Fugate, popular bride- used In decorating for this lovely the home were effectively deco- rated beautifully for the occasion,
elect, who has been delightfully of artistic arrangements of yellow FUN !
Mr: and Mrs. R. M. rugate and carrying out a pastel color scheme occasion. rated with large arrangements !
of entertained with a series of love- yellow white and lavender chrysanthemums and bronze chrysanthemums being
James Richard Wainwright, son were attractively arranged In The family of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs. Newnan David bowls and baskets, about the lower ly parties. Green presented them with a gold The outstanding dec- used throughout the entire lower Help
Chrysanthemums and marigolds, orative In living room floor us name the
Wainwright will be united In floor of the home. colored basket holding an attrac- piece the

marriageThe Greeting the guests at the door carrying out a color scheme of tive arrangement of shaggy yel- was the large mantle, which was Mrs. Darby and Mrs. E. K. two adorable little
yellow, green and white, were usedin decorated In the Thanksgiving
bride will be given in mar- was Mrs. L. G. Powell and pre- low chrysanthemums, as a tokenof Perryman greeted guests at the girls who
decorating, and breakfast was have
love. motif A pumpkin, topped with a door and presented them to the
her uncle, John Franklin line
riage by senting them to the receiving
served buffet from the din-
and will have as matronof style Much merriment afforded pine cone turkey, centered the receiving line which was composed come to
Colley, was Mrs. G. B. Flynn. Formingthe was make
ing table, which was laid with a
honor her sister, Mia. A. I. receiving line were the two during the process of cooking a mantle and was balanced with a of Miss Peek, Miss Fugate, their home
lace cover and centered with a of fruit and small pine at The
variety Mrs. J. F. Colley and Mrs. S. L.
and maidof ,
Spencer of Jacksonville hostesses, Mrs. Patten and Mrs. big pot of chicken plleau on an
low of
arrangement mailgolds.
honor her twin sister, Miss Canova, the honoree Miss Fugate Silver candle holders held burning open fire In the yard. At twelve- cones. Quantities of pine needles i' Peek.\ Clar-Jean Shoppe
formed the
and background
Virginia Fugate. Bridesmaids Mrs. l:. E. Canova, Mrs. J. F. Col- white tapers. thirty o'clock the plleau and many sumac Miss Peek received her guestsin

will be Mrs. Carl Chambllsa, Mrs. ley, aunt of the bride-elect, and The other tempting dishes were spread for this artistic arrangement. a blue taffeta dress, with a
guests were seated at small
P. G. Fugate Miss Rubye Fugate, Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght, motherof tables In the living room. Each picnic style on a long table Upon arrival Mrs. Biggs was I sweetheart neckline and puffed FIRST PRIZE
with of
and Miss Martha Schenck all of Miss Fugate's fiance placed in the yard. Centering the presented a corsage sleeves.
table was covered with a white yel-I $2.50 In Trade
low and white chrysanthemums.The I
Jacksonville Little Martha Jane The honoree chose for this occasion linen cloth and centered with a table was a three tiered wedding was Miss Fugate was lovely in a

Wainwright of Tallahassee, nieceof a cerise taffeta tea gown silver bud vase holding minia- cake, Iced In white and trimmedin following program gown of blue and white dotted SECOND

the bridegroom and Anice fashioned with I tight fitting ture chrysanthemums. A gold. A miniature bride and presented: material, with which she wore a PRIZE

Spencer of Jacksonville, niece of bodice and full skirt. She wore a yellow button chrysanthemumswas corsageof groom standing under a golden Duet" "Sweetest Story Ever. white bolera jacket. $1.50 In Trade

the bride will\ act as flower girls. corsage of matching chrysanthemums. placed at the brideelect'splace. wedding bell suspended from an Told. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs.E. Mrs. Colley chose for this occasion -
W. M Walnwrlght of Talla- Mrs. Patten was gownedin arch made of golden icing, toppedthe Biggs. a blue gown designed on THIRD PRIZE
The Years"
hassee will act as his brother's a floral print satin; Mrs. Can- The three hostesses presented first tier of the cake. Reading Mrs., "Through L.. G. Powell. 'long becoming lines. .$1.00 In Trade
best man. Ushers will be W. H. ova in a black and white starched Miss Fugate with a pair of linen As the guests were seated at Solo, "Would God I Were the Mrs. Peek was attired In a becoming

Graham and Charles Darby of chiffon made over satin; Mrs. guest towels as a memento of the the table, a letter composed by Tender Apple Blossom" (old Lon- black crepe model with

Starke, Russell Daniel of Lees- Wainwright In a becoming wine occasion. Mrs. Eldridge Smith, Mr. A. F. Sauls, was read to Mr. air) Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. white jacket through which silver
: donderry
burg, and Newton Jones of lace model; Mrs. E. E. Canova in a recent bride, was also given a and Mrs. Green 'by Oleato Green, Piano solo, "Narcissus," (Nevin threads were spun. 11r

Gainesville. a black crepe gown and, Mrs. Col- pair of guest towels, a gift from one of their grandchildren. The Mrs. L. A. Canova. From the receiving line the
Mrs. E K. Perryman, organist, ley In a teal blue trimmed in the hostesses. letter very beautifully expressedthe An book containing guests were shown to the tea ..

will play the wedding music and sequins. Each wore a corsage of Those Invited to be with the love and appreciation of the birthday autograph wishes from each one table by Mrs. Eugene L. Matthewsand

the vocalists will be Mrs. A. Z. chrysanthemums to match her honoree, Miss Fugate, and the family for their parents. present, was given to the guest of Miss Evelyn Stump

Adkins and Mrs. E. L. Biggs. frock. hostesses were: Miss Virginia Fu Those present to enjoy the day honor. The dining room was decoratedin
at 7:30 o'clock. Miss Virginia Fugate, sister of Mrs. a pastel color motif, chrysan-
Music will begin : gate, J. F. Colley, Mrs. R.
with Mr. and Mrs. Green were: Little bottle Sue Biggs, daughter -
the bride-elect and Mrs. Eugene G. Kldd. Mrs. themums and greenery being used
minister will be N. D. Wainwright
The officiating
of Mrs. E. L.
Biggs, presentedthe
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Green and
L. Matthews Invited the guests Sr., Mrs. N. effectively. The artistically ar-
the Rev Frank Robinson, pastorof Wiainwright., Jr., birthday cake, which was Iced
the Church. Into the dining room, where the Mrs. Eldridge Smith Mrs. L. A. family, Oleato, Ruby Ethel, Har- in yellow and topped with yellow ranged tea table was overlaid
attractive tea table was placed. Canova Miss and Phoebe with a handsome crocheted cloth,
Immediately following the cere- Madge Middleton, I ry, ; Mr. and Mrs. burning birthday candles, to Mrs.
Covered with a handsome lace Mrs. in the center of which was abride's
at D. A. Monteith, Mrs. O. L. Lloyd J. Green and daughter !
mony a reception will be held Biggs. Dottie Sue was quaint nan
cloth it was centered with an arrangement Patten of Tallahassee old fashioned bouquet of
the Woman's Club building. Mrs. D. T. Judy; Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wim- old fashioned dress of green
_._ of chrysanthemums In Clark of Miami, Mrs. Carl Cham- white button chrysanthemums and
-- taffeta.
pastel shades!, lavendar and daisy bliss, Mrs. P. G. Fugate, Mrs. A. berly and daughter, Freddie; Mr. valley lillies, resting against a
Delta Club Meets The gifts were presented to the
Sigma chrysanthemums and dainty yel- I. Spencer, and Miss Rubye Fu and Mrs. L. D, Green and family, honoree Miss Martha Wells background of tulle and lace.
The Sigma Delta Club was en- low chrysanthemums predominating. gate, all of Jacksonville Elise, Inman, and Edwin; Mr. Dainty sprays of white satin rib-
and Miss Clara Mae Thehostesses'
tertained Friday night of last Double candle holders, tied and Mrs. Adam Green and family, Harley. bon, each tied with a single min- ,

week by Miss Jean Davis at her with orchid tulle, and holding tall Newest Ideas In calling earh. Grace, Dorothy, Robert, Herbert, gift was a piece of lin- iature chrysanthemum, fell In

home on Temple Avenue. The burning tapers, balanced the floral and "Infomials."-Bradford County and Jimmy; and Mr. and Mrs. A. gerie.The graceful lines from the bouquet. A
members assembled In the living piece. The silver service at one Telegraph. F. Sauls tempting refresh m e n t semi-circle of silver candle hold-

room, which was made more attractive end of the table and a large tray I course, consisting of hot tea, sand- ers with tall white tapers formedthe ONE AGED EIGHT

for the occasion by sev- holding an assortment of iced wiches, individual angel food background for the attractive

eral bowls and vases of roses and cookies, repeating the pastel color I Carolyn Callstreet cakes and mints, and carryingout floral piece. At one end of the ONE AGED TWO
and white color
potted plants. A business session scheme at the other end, added,, a yellow tea table was the silver tea serv-
scheme, was served by the three
was!! held during ,the meeting and charm to the arrangement. Pastel I I ice which was balanced at the 14

plans for a Christmas tea dance colored mints, open-faced sandwiches Sees All, Hears All, Pre' All I hostesses, assisted by Miss Abble other end by a large tray of pastel

were made for an early date. tea biscuits and marma- Harley. colored individual cakes. Dainty
Parties, parties, and more over on their back to Chi- Cards from friends who could
lade and salted nuts, served. way
Following the business were openfaced sandwiches, and nutsIn //w.
session the not attend were read during the
a delightful social hour was en- Mrs. J. L. Frazee presided at' parties Pity poor society cago Hope you get to meet silver dishes were also served.
editor at time like this. Elinor afternoon.Mrs. .
a She's a striking bru-
table the first hour
joyed, during which the hostess the tea Mrs. F. H. Long aunt of the
Parties In the morning Parties nette Olin white, who also celebrated -
Mrs. P. E. Canova poured during hostess
served delicious hot chocolate and presided at the tea table.
in the afternoon And her birthday anniversaryat
second hour. partiesat Myrtice Carpenter getting to be
cookies to the following members the Assisting in the dining room were
in Mrs. night Every kind of a quite a speaker Her fame this time, was presented:! witha I Mrs.
present: Misses Helen bowling, Assisting serving were C. W. Chalker, Mrs. J. M.
party you ever thought. of and a reaching even as far as linen handkerchief a gift from
Betty Green, Gayle Sewell, Ida D. T. Clark, Mrs. R. G. KIdd, Mrs Albany Darby and Miss! Harriet Bishop.
Frank Landrum Mrs. S. P. few you never! did A breakfast Ga., whence she whithered recently the hostesses.
Lee Cone, and Loral Bennett. T. Miss Peek presented Miss Fu
._-. Vandivlere, Miss Ruth Sternberg, at high noon, frlnatanca to fill an engagement Lex About fifteen of Mrs. Biggs' intimate gate with two goblets of her chosen -

Woodmen To Elect Miss Essie Coleman, Mrs. G.V.. 'So.k. with me, I love 'em Jus'so Green in the drug store ordering friends were present to en- pattern of crystal ware as a
nobody wakes In the his usual Joy the afternoon with her.
Alderman, and Miss Arline Mann. me up dose of Coca-Cola "with memento of the occasion.
Local Woodmen of the World During the afternoon music was middle of the night to go to one plain water and without ice" The guest list Included Miss Fu

will elect officers at a regular furnished by Miss Jean Davis, Cutest idea of the week was Wonder what it'd taste like? Satire On Americans gate, the honoree, Mrs. J. F. Col- See Them In Our

meeting to be held in the hall pianist, and Miss Grace Dew, Mrs. W. G. Halle's hamburger Can't make up my mind to squan- Reviewed At Club ley, Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght, Sr.,

Friday night December 1, at 7.30; violinist. party Katie Fugate still the der a nlckle trying it. however Mrs N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Mrs. Window
The regular meeting of the
center of attraction, of course, .
o'clock, according to an announce- The two hostesses presented D. T. Clark, Miss Virginia

ment this week by Lacy Conway, Miss Fugato with a piece of lingerie !'' with the wedding scheduled for "Grapes of Wrath" still takln' night Book at Club eight was o'clock held at the Tuesday home Mrs. Artford Brown, Miss Fugate Mar-, Writ 111:111is your.\.LI?,...jot... ...Jlnl'. ona

secretary It Is also planned to as a gift of rememberance tonight an awful beating at the local libe tile Hemingway, Misses Etholin blank .llp ol pnpl-r elflur .1
have an oyster supper at this of thla charming party. Wonder why Dr. Brownlee's The pages are dog-eared now of Mr. and Mrs. K G. Duncan. and home or In our nh l>pr. Ito nol
Dorothy the
White Miss Clara tiring
time ,All members are urged to be About one hundred guests called office was closed all day Mon- and the cover worn to a thread Mrs. Edward Burns, chairmanof Flume. Miss Harriet .lien Up In your prrxon name to our hnp. loi
present. during the afternoon. day? Couldn't have anythingto Although this much-discussed I the department of Education of Lorraine Bishop, Miss will be given a numlM-r ...ndrorll ._
Smith Misses Ruth and niimlwrrd
-- do with the opening of huntln'season tome has been here since early the Woman's Club, presented Mrs. Edith gly. will mill be thru l.. pl.<*<
of course The ole fall, there's still a long waitinglist IN. D. WaInwright, Jr., who gavean Rowe Miss Sadie Prince, In.. hoc Tnml sill not kr rrniBirr .
interesting review of C. V. R. Miss Juanita Barefoot, Misses l until Monday when cnmmii-
town surely looked deserted the the .
Praps most
terse lornl rill.' "'
first of the week Everybody. criticism to date was voiced by Thompson's "I Lost My English Marion and Helen bowling, Misses tee will of Judge prominent the rnlrlr "lIh the'

out after the poor little quail and Mrs. W. H Green when she remarked Accent." Ruth and Lillian Sternberg, Miss u.e ..( numliem In.trn'I;not ..*name-'-
11 Evelyn ( P1
Stump, Miss
doves the W. P. Smiths, Jr., "I just didn't know they Mrs. Wlalnwrlght related the Pearce Margaret Ihle for any parllnlli) '. "'.

and Sr., Charlie Darby, Steve Wel- put things like that In a book." adventures of Mr. Thompson, an Miss Elaine Edwards, Nhowm
don, Bill Mundy, T. K. McClane, Englishman, who came to AmericaIn I Enza Weaver, Miss Gayle CLAR-JEAN

Frank Robinson Hollis Knight, Ltocal lunch rooms are doing a 1933 as a newspaper correspon-I Sewell Misses Floried and Myr-

Sam Anderson, Dr. Herlong, to rushing business this week with dent for the London tice Killingsworth, Miss Betty SHOPPE

mention but a few No won- National Guardsmen coming in to press In a clever and original! Green, Miss Loral Bennett, Miss > .- -' _. ..
C. WALL AGENCY der the streets looked vacant while away the long winter even- manner she brought out the au Betty Stringfellow, Mrs. F. H. \ '-" ... I-

(Aside to all huntsmen) Anybody ings They're maneuvering thor's views on America, told of\ i I

wan tin' a flowerly wrlteup In this again In the Keystone Heightsarea his comparisons of America with
Please Phone 146
column can obtain same by for- Just a sample of how stolid, dignified England. In conclusion

warding a couple of quail to lively thlngs'll be when the campis the reviewer stated that I 1

Carolyn Callstreet care of Bradford permanently located on Kings- interesting and varied as Mr.Thompson's .

County Telegraph ley Lake Our boys left Sun- adventures have been
Speak of huntln' Comer day morning, but Keystone is so the real charm of the book lies in

Perryman bagged six doves the close, I see two or three of them his ability to make us see our-

first morning out After he returned back in town every time I turnaround selves as others see us. I /

home he counted 'em again "How do you manageto Mrs. Burns then presented Miss

and there were seven He left get away from camp?" I asks Gertrude Hearing of Jacksonville,

4 'em in the back yard, went into the "In my car," he says who gave a vivid description of 1.t

22 Single Remington JUries $5.95: :> house for something and when he And am I squelched John Koumenhoven's" "Adventuresof t + "
returned to clean 'em there were Do the America. The book, a pic
22 Short .Remln ton Cartridges, box 20c musical chimes at the / D nNI'
22 Long Remington Cartridges box 25c only five! At least, that's Methodist Church affect you like tonal record taken from Harper's

22 Long Rifle Remington Comer's story You figure It they do me I love to hear 'em Weekly, illustrates the Important
Cartridges, box :35c out ". Make me feel as if I were happenings In the history of this I
12 Ga., 3-1 l8-8| Shur Shot Shells, box .. _ 85c: Speed Harvey spent a few hours just aboutto soar off into spaceor country.

16 Ga., box ______ ____._____ 80c here Monday eve On his wayto sumpin .

20 Ga., box ____ __ .u___ SOc meet a party of hunters In JI1)(, Edward Brazle and George Uaiford W. M. U. MeetingCircle ar

Remington Pocket Knives ..__________ :25c: to $1.25: and then* for one of those "big Powell braved the chilly waters of number two of the Rai- f

Remington Butcher Knives _________ ___ 23c: to $1.00 trips" down around the Suwnnnee Kingsley Lake to pass their First ford Baptist Woman's Missionary 1 t ta

Kelly Handle Axes 3 to 4 pounds, each __ ____ $2.25: Ribber I look for Speed up Claim Boy Scout swimming test Union was entertained Wednesday |

Dog Collars __ __ h ___ __ __ 75c= this way every year about this Sunday afternoon Those boys afternoon at 2 o'clock by Mrs. W y
Game and Turkey Roasters $1.25 to $2.00 time He never disappoints must be in dead earnest to take a J. Overstreet at her home, which
me dip in Kingsley this kind of was attractively decorated with I "Vitamin

I Il 50 lb. Lard Cans, each 40cNo. News flash! Venetian blinds weather Brrr! Fall flowers for the occasion you money! Without

I i. 10 Syrup Cans, each lO'/jc have hit Reno! If you don't Remember several weeks ago I In the devotional the members I out nil the necessary '-

J( / No. 5 Syrup Cans, each 7c believe it, look at that house Wlnchelleil concerning Miss Murphy read the eighth and ninth vitamins, jour chickscan
Less than full northeast of the R. J. E. graded of the Clar-Jean ehoppe? ters' of Matthew and for chap-// become the easy prey of the
packages add
school Margaret Pearce and I Well the children have arrived ninth weaknesses
chapter of the W. M. I and diseases that lead
10 percent on cans Lorraine Smith were the lucky : Cute little tikes wonderif book, "Our Lord and Ours" U.I! to high mortality and low profits.

No. 10 and No. 12 Meat Choppers girls who excursioned to Miami Joe Wilson will\ name them, reviewed, after which Mrs. W! E.

Enterprise Make, each for the big game last Sat too? Malone closed the devotional with Tuxedo Starting and Growing kStarvalian"costs

$4.75Sto'e Three ex-localites, Gratton Cooper, The Nation's gagmen are cer- prayer.A Allmash prevents "vitamin star

Morris Jackson, and Joe Edwards, t'nly get tin' a big kick out of the! brief business meeting vation". It is guaranteed to contain -

pipe and Elbows at reduced Jr., In town last week Wishwe double-Thanksgiving situation held and then the hostess served was I the vitamins needed for fast,

price when purchased could keep 'em with us for awhile Wisecracks by the carload delicious rfreshments to the following -I healthy growth. Ask for details.
1 with other goods at least Irma Puford "See you aroun| Thanksgiving" members for I
present: Mrs. F.
back to work after off her ..,--
Regular Price on staying "Can't you be a little more G. Mills. Mrs. D. C Sweat, Mrs.

Stove Pipe 20c feet for a couple of days Toe I specific?" And so It goes O. L. Cox, Mrs. W E. Ma |I

Elbows .. trouble, I bear far into the night I'm all for Mrs.
___ .. __ 25c J. M. Bradley, Mrs. J, H.I
Is it my imagination or does it. regardless of when or how Dudley and Mrs. W. H. Williams.

Carol Inman have a voice like many This year I'm gonna be Two visitors, Mrs. S. J. Morgan S. R. JOHNS & SOWS
I Greta Garbo's? Anyway I thankful for two Thanksgivings and Mrs. Bryan Whitfield

I I Bradford like to hear her talk A home- And youI spec you're thank-II also present. were I Fl'

grown orchid to the A. H. Greens ful right now that you've almost -- --.- Near S. A. L. Depot Starker
4 Hardware Co. who celebrated their 50th wedding reached the end of this week'sstint All legal blank.

i' anniversary Sunday Allen and That makes It promissory
unanimous notes, retain title note
f J. B. Carlisle, Owner Elinor Long here on their way to I So, so long In stock by the Bradford, County parried TUXEDOm;
They'll probably stop ....:.. Carolyn.. ,Telegraph. .


NOVFMBFR 2.&.. 1989
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r BITS of LOCAL NEWS I'|II children.Mr.( and Jimmy Mrs.. Vernon and Rowe Gayle,and of I :Miss "u ate HonoredAt I :Mrs. Kensley Hostess grnm was presented during the _'.',

-_-_-__- n-_ Jacksonville spent the week-end Hamburger Party Honoring nridl-Elect afternoon; :

here as guests of Mr Rowe's [ Miss Katie Fugate was the Inspiration series Piano solos, "Waltz In D flatMajor" .
Mrs J. M. Brownlee! i Mrs. E. H. Smith Continuing a of parties '
spent Sunday F. K.
1/1./ and In Jacksonville. in Jacksonville Heffron of Washington, father, J. B. Rowe. and Misses | Thursday morning for honoring Miss\ Katie Fugate, (Chopin) and "Minuet"Paderewsktt.
'edneaday with her mother, D. C., a repreNentatlvo of the ( ). Mrs. L. A. Canova,
Ruth and Kdtth delightful
DI Rowe. u hamburger
Mrs. Irene Wills They I party giv- charming bride-elect :Mrs. O. L.
and her sister
United I
-'- ---- Mrs. States Chamber of Com- were accompanied home Sunday I en by Mr. W. G. lIalle.I Heoaley was hostess' Wednesday Vocal solo. "Little Gray Homein
E. W.
lU4; A Thomas Is visiting Harris. merce, is spending this week in the West." Miss Juanita Bare-
R by the Misses Rowe, who
spent Halle's Cafe, where the party night at home on Walnut
Mrs J. G, Pinner, 'In Starke. foot, accompanied by Mrs. L A.
terliH r the afternoon with them. I was held, was attractively decorated Street at a lovely bridge party.
A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. D. P. Canova.
e ..lIIta Ga with arrangements o i f Roses, gladioli, and chrysanthemums -
Carpenter, Mrs. T. T. Long, and N. T. Ritch and Harold Bishop, Miss Frances Jane Hatfield, a chrysanthemums and potted plants were artistically arranged Violin solos. "Cnnzonf>ptll" I id' : ;J

& sner and Ed Hall ofiicnvillo Mrs. K. G. Duncan spent Wednesday who are attending Emory at Ox- sophomore at the Georgia State I and other greenery. throughout the lower floor of the Ambrosio), "Andante" from Men-

were business vlsit- In Jacksonville ford, Georgia, are spending the College for Women in Mlllege- home. delsnohn'8. Concerto and "Rondl- J
: Hamburgers and coffee were
(ere Tuesday. Thanksgiving holidays here with ville. Georgia, arrived Wednesdayto served at a long table at which At the conclusion of the pro- no" (Beethoven! and Krelslen. ( ,.\

--- Marjorie Sue Middleton of Jack- their parents. spend the Thanksgiving holidays the guests were seated and which gressions of bridge Miss Mina Mills Alice Fernandez accompanied

1IrS. G l, Patten of Talla- sonville spent the week-end here here with her parents, Mr. was centered with a low bowl of MarmsHti was awarded a bubble by Mrs. E. M. Davis.

ls the guest this week of with her grandparents, Dr. and Mr. and Mrs. F. W, Varnedoe and Mrs. B. E Hatfield. She white button chrysanthemums. necklace aa holder of high score. Vocal solo "For You" (Lawrence -

\ate Bother., Mrs E. E. Canova. Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mrs. of Palatka and their guest, Mrs. will return to school Sunday. She White place cards designated the Miss Madge Whigham won the Montague), Mrs. R. F. Demo- #

W. H. Crlsty of Savannah, Ga., was met In Lake City by her par- places for the guests and a dainty bingo; game and received a minia- rest, accompanied by Mrs. L. A.

E. F Canova and Mrs. G. A. I. Spencer and Mrs. P. were guests Sunday of Mr. and ents. corsage was found at the honores's ture sewing kit. The honoree received Canova. ,.:

gy were visiting relatives G. Fugate of Jacksonville were Mrs. W. P. Smith. place.As a piece of costume jewelry, Heading;, "Just You" ((1 Elizabeth I

Jc Midi nesvllle Wednesday after- guests Monday and Tuesday of I Mr. and Mrs. Allen Long and the guests were seated Mrs.\ a gift from her hostess. Mrs K.I Gordan)) Mrs. L. G. Powell. ,

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley.Mr. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and Miss' Bruce Crawford, of Chicago, 111., Halle made an appropriate toast i Molpus, a recent bride, was At the conclusion of the program .
Lucille Mitchell guest
left Tuesday for to the bride-elect. Affording the hostesses, assisted by
of Nashville Ga., Is and Mrs. Randolph Bores Venice where Mrs. Mitchell will guests Sunday of Mr. Long's much merriment during the party towel as a gift of rememberance. MIMes Edith Rowe, Clara Flume, :\

:Wining; of his brother and sls- and Jimmy McDaniels of Jackson- receive medical treatment at Dr. mother, Mrs. F. H. Long. Mrs. wn the advice to the bride which Mrs. Beasley assisted by Mrs Juanita Barefoot Carolyn Green 1 :

1,..ailMr.nest and Mrs. L. DBy ville were guests Sunday of Mr. Albee's sanitorlum. I Long had as other guests Sundayher was written by each guest on a J. W. Kincaid, served an appetizIng and Lornl Bennett, served a deli. .
and Mrs. G. son-in-law and daughter Dr. naiad( course to the guests. I
H. Bennett. heart shaped card. Miss Fugate cious Ice Course. ''
11 and Mrs. B. S. Carrol and baby, I Playing bridge with MUs Fu .1
Friends of Mrs. Stanley Bennett rend the advice aloud and at the
I ,
Cornelia, and Miss Lois Long, all gate were: Miss Virginia Fugate. ,
Fugate; of Jackson- Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll and will regret to learn that she was I conclusion of the party was given RUPTURE ,1
Ruby of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Miss Mina Manasaa, Miss Abble
ing the week-end guest of little daughter, Cornelia, of Jack- called to Jacksonville Tuesday be- : the cards as a souvenir of the oc
Carlyle Ritch of Gainesville. Harley, Mrs. R. G. Kldd. Mrs. 1<:. '
ade and'aunt, Mr. and Mrs. sonville, spent the week-end at cause of the death of her brother, casion. L. Molpus, Miss Kitty Hogned, SHIELD; EXPERT MERE "

their Kingsley Lake cottage. little! Bobble Hogan. The honoree received a "bla'kMammy" II. M. SIIKVNAN. widely known :','i
i fColleyIII Mrs. Mae Edwards and her son, Misses Hope and Georgia Haynes,
-- Joe Edwards, Jr., of New York doorstop, a gift from Miss Lucille Kennedy, Mrs. J. C expert of Chicago, will personally i ; '
and Mrs. J. E. Murphy and Mrs W. B. Alexander, Miss Harold C. Wall's friends ore City and Miami, spent Thursdayof the hostess, as a rememberance Garner, Misses Ruth and Lillian to" at the Jnmcft ilolei I Palulka, 11

L James Edward, of Palatka Wilma Alexander, Mrs. Sam pleased to know that he Is on the last week in Jacksonville as of this unique party. Sternberg, Miss Mitdge Whlgham, Tuesday, only, November 28, from ) k\

;guests Sunday of Mr. and Anderson, and Mrs. Hogan Smith road to recovery from a recent operation the guests of friends and relatives.Mr. Invited to be with the guest of Miss\ Evelyn Stump, and Mrs. E. 9A.M.toRP.M. ,
spent last in Jackson- performed last week in a honor and Mrs. Halle were: Mrs.J. i
Harrell. Thursday
:I V B. I Edwards remained over the R. Struth.. Mr. Shnan HIIJ-M The ZofttaNlileld '
Jacksonville F. Colley Mrs. N. D. Wainwright -
ville. S
week-end. He will probably leave In u trtininuloiiM improte "
and Sr., Mrs. D. T. Clark
JIrI. L O. K. the last of the week for Miami Miscellaneous\ Shower nvent over nil former methods, effecting .'0'
Friends of J. P. Roberts will be Miss Virginia Fugate, Miss Mar-
I paean spent Tuesday In tackle Miss Gloria Johns and Tommy I where he will be employed for the Immrxliiite results. It Mill :::1
interested learn tile Mrs. W. Mid For Bride of TodayA
to that he has refused Hemingway, K.
with Mrs. Duncan's fath- Ritch of Jacksonville will spend winter months. not only hold the rapture perfectly s ,
[R. F Theis, who is confined the week-end here as guests of an appointment as lieutenant ,_ dleton, and Mrs. Eugene L. Matthew delightful event of Monday but increase the circulation, ;A .':\!
in the Northern division of .
i SI Vincent's hospital follows Tommy's mother, Mrs Carrie Coca-Cola Party afteinoqn walt the miscellaneous strengthens the weakened parts I'$
operation. Ritch. the State Road Patrol. shower given at the WV>man's thereby rlOMtsi the opening In ten r :
For :Miss( Katie ;
Fugate Lonely Dessert Bridge Club House by Mrs Earl Searing, days on I the average case, rejrard- If ,'1I

EPEND ON TilE BEST! Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd left Miss Anita Courtmanch, concert Tuesday morning at ten-thirty Honoring Uride-EIect Mrs. W. II Hart, and Mrs. N. I). IeNN I of heavy lining, Mnilnlng or ; a'r)
-- ;
(.lotting you can take brings Tuesday for a two weeks vaca- violinist, will be featured on a o'clock Mrs. J. C. Garner was An event of last Friday eveningwas Wainwright, Jr., honoring Miss any JM"ltlon the hotly miy assume I, N' ,

i relief from acid-indigestion tion, which they will spend with program over radio station hostess at a Coca-Cola party giv- the dessert bridge party given Katie Fugate. popular bride-elect no mutter the sine or l xllon. A t.. :-,..

111 i Blsma-Rex. Take a spoon- relatives in Tampa and other WRUF, In Gainesville, Tuesday en in honor of Miss Katie Fugate, by Mil's Lois Adkins, at the Large arrangements of shaggy nationally known Nl'1C'lItllltnlf't2,. I f'od.

of Blsma-Rex in a glass of places. afternoon at 4:30: P. M. popular bride-elect home of her parents Judge and yellow chryminlh e om u m a and No under "trawt or cumber- ..1"i ,,I

.teI after every meal. It acts The hostess, entertaining at the :Mrs A. Z. Adklns, honoring Miss greenery were placed In the spacious some arrniiKenie-ntN and nlmolut'-ly '\, t

nays to atop acid indigestion I D. T. Clark of Miami, and Mr Friends of T. J. Griffin will regret home of Mrs. F. H. Long, on Katie Fugate. whose marriage to auditorium and sun parlor ot no nwvikines or nieillral treat- 'I'I't, .
to learn that he Is confinedto '
::111111. Buy a bottle of 50 doses and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright, and I, Walnut St., used artistic arrange- James Richard Wainwright will the club house. nll'nt. IMr.
St. Vincent's in Jacksonville
Hospital .
it Steal the Rexall Drug Store family of Tallahassee are guestsof ments of shaggy yellow chrysanthemums be Holmnlzed tonight. Greeting the guests at the door Slievmm. will be glad to demon- j .

L Carpfflter's Drug Store in Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wain- following an operation and ferns In decorating I A delicious dessert course was I and presenting them to the receiv- strata ultlioiit charge. 14 S :
performed Monday morning.
for this affair. ing line Mrs E. L. (
mI. wright. lovely served at individual card table was Matthews J-"
I 57Sa4S S7SaS7S 4S74S744 '
Upon, arrlvalguet Friends here of R. F. Thels, I, iw:
--- ed delicious refreshments of as- Adkln's home. Each table wan Mrs. Hart, Mrs Wainwright, und] ;
G. Duncan's father I !
Mrs. K. are )
LIFE INSURANCE glad to know that he Is recover- sorted open-fa c e d sandwiches centered with nn arrangement; of Miss Fugate, was Mrs J. (<'. Col j ..-, '

ing from an operation in St. Vin- stuffed dates, olives, nuts, and fruit and! sumac, topped with a ley, aunt of the hOllor.o.Acting I .

insure with a FLORIDA CORPORATIONUnder cent's Hospital, Jacksonville. Coca-Colas. Mrs. R. G. Kldd as- pine cone turkey, carrying out the as floor hostess and '

sisted Mrs. Garner In serving and Thanksgiving Idea Attractive (inheringthe guests Into the nun $2.95 )
One Policy at a Cost You Can Afford to Pay
entertaining her guests. arrangements of yellow chrysanthemums parlor, where the beautiful assortment \ -
| Ovrr $130,000.00 PAID ON CLAIMS I.V TIIK: PAST 3 "K\HiI! Mrs George Bennett is the and 11 ,
In bowls and baskets of useful up
which hud
guest this week of her brotherinlaw Miss Fugate was presented with '
You Cannot Afford to be Without This Life lnwtuanceAt1TE 'itl
added further charm to the I"
and sister Mr.\ and Mrs. Jun- a pair of linen guest towels as a I lovely been sent to Miss Fugale, were '{..}
| TODAY No Mediciil Rvumiimtion ius M. Smith, and her uncle and gift of rememberance farm' the I occaalon.Following. displayed, were Mis.\ C. II Nan 's 'A.. ."1'
denser t three progressions worthy Mrs. R O. Kldd Mrs. 'I, .
aunt. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall. hoetpsa i ;' salI"
Merchants & Bankers Guaranty Company Those present to enjoy the of bridge were enjoyed.At Sam Anderson, Mrs. D: T. Clark, ..;
the conclusion of the gnme and Mrs. S. P. Vandlvlere. I '
Apnt Illldebrundt Building Mrs J. W. Toney and Miss morning/ with Mrs. Garner and >'
Mrs. E. R Smith win presentedwith For thin t
) lovely affair the honoree -
\\aaH\ 1 JACKSONVILLE, FLORID Dorothy Toney of Shubuta, Miss., Miss Fugate were: Mrs. O. L. of costume ''I;
a piece jewelryfor selected a white taffeta
were guests a few days this week Beasley Mrs. J. 1<'. Colley Mrs 'ti.
making high score Mrs. gown trimmed In cerise velvet
of Mrs. Toney's son-in-law and W. B. Mundy, Mrs. E. L. Molpus. ( .'
I I Eugene L. Matthews won second ribbon, with whirls she /
wore n
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. RldrldgeSmith l Mrs.. C. W. Chalker, Mrs. S. K > jkt
I high and received a wool ker- matching "
I Johns, Jr., Miss Virginia Fugate, corsage.
NAT SEZ: chief. Miss Fugate received a The following delightful! PoJr.
Mrs. It. A. Green, Mrs. W. N. :
piece of her chosen pattern of
t I Mrs., E. S. Matthews has returned North, Mrs. F. H. Long Mrs R. ,
Mrs Glen Wood, Mrs, E. L.
I see by the papery that Admiral china nnd Mrs. Kldrldge: Smith, a
to her home after upending the G. Kldd Mrs. L. Matthews
< Eugene I Molpun, Mrs Johnnie Whittemore,
recent bride, a pair of linen guest
Byrd is starting out on another past three weeks in Orlando as and Mrs. A. I. and I
Spencer towels, as mementoes of the oc Miss kris Long and Miss Rubye II
visit to the South Pole. There'i the guest of her son-in-law and Mrs. P. G. Fugate of Jacksonvlle casion. Fugate of Jacksonville, Mrs ltl- II

t u man that don't mind a little daughter. Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Mc- --. Miss Adklns was assisted In entertaining ridge Smith At I'll. H. O. Kldd !and I I II We Have The Largest

cold weather, I might e\cii say Lendon.Mr. New River Associationof her guests by her mother Mm. Eugene L. Matthews. I Line of T o y H Ever

that he don't mind u lot of cold and W. M. U. Has :MeetingThe Mr*. Adkins. Joining tho players for desnnrt Shown In larks !
and Mrs. J. E. Thomas
were: Mm. J. F Mm. N.
Those Invited( to enjoy thislovely
W. M. U. of the New River
weather. Any man that would baby Jo Ann, of Crescent City I). Wainwright Sr, Mrs. i). T.
affair with Miss
Association met at the Baptist i Ask Us About Our
home and fireside -
leave his happy spent the week-end here as guestsof I
Clark, nod Mrs N. 1> Wainwright -
and Miss Adkins were: Miss Virginia -
in the dead of winter and Mr. Thomus' mother, Mrs. I J. Church Thursday, Nov. 16, at ten Jr.aoeeUNemumnlunuIUO. 'LAY AWAY PLAN (
o'clock. Fugate, Miss Lucille Kennedy : -
take his \acatlon at the South M. Thomas, and Mr. and Mrs. A. i
Pole must be mJglity anxious toset J. Wilkinson Mrs S. E. Sparks gave the devotional Miss Lillian Sternberg, Miss ", "". -", -", ,,,<,,"i,,"o,"
from home. using as her topic, "The Beverly Cady, Miss Evelyn Stump, :>:(:'J'l OWii N

away Friends of Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Importance of Prayer Life." Mrs. Misses Hope and Georgia Haynes, Ity Licensed. KlmtrlHiuiKKAHON.m.K !John H. Denmark :
Miss Able Harley, Miss Kitty
McClane will be Interested to R. A. Thomas, mission study riUOOH:' :,
Hogged, A1'rs. K R Struth, Miss
learn that they moved this week leader led in the discussion and r full or write I

/ Into the house formerly known as study of the new W. M. U. YearBook Dorothy Swambom, Mrs. I
the Kinlaw home on Church St., Biggs, Mrs. D r Carpenter Mrs Ijnvtey, Fin. 1: .

I now owned by R. F. Clark. Following the luncheon which I Edwin Torode, Mrs. S. R Johns, i"-i;;;;;;;;;;;; ;,; .,,;;;;; iii' ',' I, 'mills" ?' "INNNIIIUItIIIINN/ININ.,,,,,,,,,. ,, ., /,,, t'52.,2525ZSZ5'5L'ZSZ2 '

p..,, of N.d I was held at twelve o'clock, Mrs. .. :- ; :::;;;= :: .._,- ,-,-- ,\

I Woodfln Halle of Palm Beach L. A. Wilson, president of the association I I. 's

I will spend this week-end here as held an executive meet !

guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ing. j.r.PRIEST'S

I W. G. Halle. While here be will Twenty members were present !

'f. 3 3xt I attend the Fla.-Georgia Tech foot- to enjoy this meeting.CentaWord. I I s

I ball game In Gainesville Saturday.: ,,

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Normanof I .
t. b"
t eM Jacksonville and T. J. Letch- i\ t TOY TOWN -

worth of Greenville were guestsof and
1 Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly dur-
hogs. Market prices paid on Ml
ing the week-end. Mr. Letch- I IStarko
felt py grades. J. D. ODOM box 247,1
'"rrl worth is Mrs. Kelly's grandfather. Fla. 3-31-lyrp OPENS SATURDAY
".l I I ,

i Mr and Mrs. W. L. Cooper of FOR SALE Davis Ever-Drlght

; Sanford will spend this week-end house paint $2.58 per gallon. NOV. 25TH.VeinviteyoutocomeinantlHtartyour.

f ._ here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. Orders taken now for deliveryas

C. Ritch While here Mr. and late as May IS, 1940 at thla I

:Mrs. Cooper accompanied by their low price. Mike Maruca'si'

I hosts, will attend Homecoming at Store Starke, Fla. ll-10-4t':' I
4 t the University of Florida In \ ) shopping! Our store will be

I i Gainesville. WANTED --Man or couple to farm, t aglow with the Christmas Spirit This in truly a great Toy Year. The dolls

small weekly wage/: and I share t the wheel streamlined the mechanical
are more lovely, girds more toys more "
6 iOrd < I I Mr. and Mrs L. C. Ray have returned crop, small house to live in. F. durable and the gift line more beautiful .;

J home after spending several E. Trump, Starke Laundry. Up I

Ord I I weeks in Jacksonville with LOST-Gold booth with picture Dolls This Is the Home of Beautiful Dolls!

v c q I their son and( daughter-in-law Laurie G. ,Ray.the of an elderly lady lnnld' Believed The question is what kind of doll (Jr* YOU want? Wo have it. Our line j at
j. and Mrs.
,' I + I While out of the city Mr. Ray also to have been lout at Court Nov. consists of the advertised "Lyf-Lyk," "Cuddlea:!," "Tic k I e Toe 14," "Iletsy- ;

t I went to Orlando and visited House Wednesday night, Mrs Wetzy" and others. Then we have dolls:' in the lower price rang 25c and up,
15. Finder please notify
yi and Mrs. It. R. Perry. that are wonderful. ;
t I Mr. John Uglow and receive re- I
Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly had ward. Toys, Gifts, Wheel Goods, Xmas DecorationsA

MANHATTANSHIRTS as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and FOR SALE Two work mules beautiful illustrated 1 circular will be sent to you, illustrating all of the

Mrs. Berry Kelly and Miss Eunice and farm Implements, cheap. toys gifts cards decorations wheel goods: and other linen. If does not '
PAJAMASAre yours
AND Palmer of Plant City, Mr. and Address John D. Russell, Starke,
Mrs. F. II Box, Mr. and Mrs. Lem Fla. HP reach you by Saturday please call for it at the store.

The Best Known And Brown of Sampson City, Mr. and Now is the time and this is the place to solve every gift problem you r

Mrs. Herman Prescott and family FOR BALK Good milk cow. may have. Be sure to get one of the circulars.

Known As The Best and Mrs.'Lettie Thomas of Wau- Fresh. See R. A. Newiiom
Starke Florida. Up

They Make Fine Xmas Gifts i chula. i SALE Purebred black Poland I Van H. Priest Co.
I Priced at $2.00 i Mrs. E. L. BIggi! and children. China pigs( bred gilts and boar
and Miss
Bobble and Dottie Sue cured
- I Also peanut lard. sugar '
I Abbla Harley, accompanied by hams, iihould e r B, middling, I'
Mrs. Biggs
Mr and home cured sausage, seed pea- 5c TO $1.00
children Ida Louise and Billy nuts. R. F. D moare.t, Starke f
and Mr and Mrs Everett Bab-, Itp
bett and family all of Georgetown CLYDE I'JtIKST. Manager: 'i'" '4 ,i """ '

spent Sunday In Lawtey a. I BUY PECANS- -Get my prices, t

guests of Mrs. W. H. Biggs, who before you sell. -Ceo Inman at STARKE, FLORIDA e

celebrated her eighty-second birth- State Farmers' Market, Starke I

_._. .. .. -
day anniversary Saturday Fla. tf V"' ._ .. .. r I C ,


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FRIDAY. NOiI.uFn.II : .,


ABOUT SOCIAL -- -- -- -------- -
---- --- Miss Gertrude Caskn
[ This is number six In a series Q: Would the widow of a fully CRUSADER TO RUN the week-end in .JII.k.) .?tl yp
\ RURAL HINTS FOR TilEllOUSEllOLI of 12 sets of questions and an- Insured Individual be entitled to a Jacksonville Rev. James E. DeLand A new entry In the relatives. ''

COMMON SENSE ) I swers most frequently asked monthly benefit? Barbee, Jacksonville minister who 1910 Florida gubernatorial derbyis Mr. and Mrs Freema)

; I about social security legislation, A: Yes. Provided she is at led a State-wide fight that led to 39-year-old Francis Whitehair,, of Jacksonville "spent Sl 1'
FARMER IS CONCERNEDAfter PLENTIFUL NUT CROP by R. B. Donaldson, manager of least 65 years old or has in ner the outlawing of slot machines in DeLand attorney. "The supreme with relatives. 11"1< ii

weeks of anticipation on United States Department of I the Florida field office In Jack care dependent children of the Florida, has announced his candidacy ideal of my candidacy," said Mrs. Mary Mott ,vas M si it,

of the 1939 aonvllle Set number seven will! deceased wage earner.Q for governor of the State. Whitehair in his formal announce- latlvea at Lake Butler last '101
[ the part of farmers and others Agriculture reports I +ee'
| who like to roam through field crop of commercially grown nuts appear next week.Q : May dependent children ofa FISIlINGTallahasseeFlorl.a ment last night, "will be to arousein Friends of George Cask,,
and wood in search of game, the indicate that this has been a goodyear I I : How old must a worker be deceased fully insured Individual MORK INTEREST IN all Florida a militant spirit for regret to learn that tn ,.. ""onflr

3939-40 hunting season has arriv- I for all varieties of nuts over to receive a monthly benefit under receive monthly benefits? Issued 26- civic righteousness, for absolute to the St. Luke's HOSPItal

ed and stories of good shootingand I most of the United States.In the Old-Age and Survivors Program A: Yes. Provided they are 285 fishing licenses last year and honesty in public office, for progressive Jacksonville following mn"J,
f I
satisfying results are again I view of this good news, hereIs of the Social Security Act? under 18 years of age and attend collected $67,517 in fees. The humane and forward- eratlon performed last ? ,
Information about A: A worker must be at least number of licenses issued showsa administration in city, Mrs. J. L. Gasklns jevJ
going the rounds. some timely school, they may be entitled to looking
I I 65 old to receive monthly the days this
Because he owns the land where nuts. years monthly benefits.Q marked increase over previous county and state. week In JacksonviuL
likesto Since must be crisp and benefit.Q year. Indicating greater in- be near her son Georg
hunting is done, because he they What is the maximum -
hunt, and because he has live- fresh to be good, It is Important : Can a 1936 worker who was for 63: amount of monthly benefits that terest in sport fishing. LABOR PLANS POLITICS TRAIN SCl'iifDl'LE":
old in now qualify *
stock that may be endangered by i to store nuts propertly. Nuts are years benefits? may be paid in any one month to CROPS Daytona Beach, The Florida Following is the
monthly RETARI scnedu
rancid, RAINS
careless shooting, the farmer, rich In fat If this becomes
other Individual, I the nuts will have a disagreeableflavor A: Yes. Provided he has 6 the widow and dependent children Orlando, Late October rains Federation of Labor has plannedthe trains arriving here dally al,
more any I of a fully insured individual in within the next few Ject to change without
Is concerned with the hunting that will spoil. Instead of quarters of covered employment, have retarded crops In South formation notice:
he for monthly bene the event of his death? condition is months of a state-wide political Southbound Due
in Florida. add to, any bread, cake, or candy. may qualify Florida and their Sta
season well kernels from becoming A: The widow and dependent "generally considered below nor- committee to take an active part No. 1 (local) -___ 10 :% ,
To P
For this reason It seems prevent
to point out some things that rancid, store them in an airtight : Can a man and his wife children may receive an amount mal," federal experts said today.A in approaching state and national No 107 (through) H Il a.

should be considered by hunters, container and keep them in a cool, draw benefits at the same time? equal to twice what the worker report by the Federal Depart- election campaigns. The step, directed Northbound Due 'Star

whether they be farmers or visitors dry place away from the light. A: Yes, provided she Is at least would have received had he lived. ment of Agriculture's agricultural at placing the labor move No. 2 (local) --__ B ,,5':; a.

from the city. Fenced and Special nut recipes are avail- 65 years old. For example, suppose his benefit marketing service here said the ment In the state's political fieldas No. 108 (through) H ,'s '

posted lands are not open hunting able in any cookbook. But they Q: Can a dependent child receive had he lived amounted to $25 per rains halted planting of winter a unit, was taken here yesterday Starke and Wannce Branch'

grounds and one must obtain per- may also be added to favorite nut- benefit at the same time his month. In the event of his death vegetables. by the federation's executive No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a m.

mission from the owners before less recipes without changing the father is receiving benefits? his widow and dependent children board, which unanimously adopted -

be may hunt on them. Some ingredients. Simply add one- A: Yes, provided the child Is could receive an amount not to RETIREMENT: FUND a resolution authorizing establishment -

farmers encourage the game on fourth to one-half cup of nuts for under 18 and attending school be exceed $50 per month until the Tallahassee, -Florida's teacher of the committee. BUSINESSDIRECTORY

their lands during the closed sea every cup of flour, to recipes for may be entitled to a monthly youngest child was 18 years of retirement program, long advocated .

son and sell hunting rights on cakes, muffins, breads, biscuits, benefit. age. by public school instructors, RAPS LOAN SHARKS

them In open season. They have waffles, or cookies, To make a IHHMBBIB B will get off to a belated start next
I grand
I Miami,-A Dade county
the right to do this and In such I nut Ice cream, add one-half cup I DUSTING IS EFFECTIVEIN FLA. STATE FARM month. Teachers and principals jury reported that several loan
cases, the visiting sportsman la of nuts for every quart of ice- CONTROLLING APIIIDS will contribute a part of their sal
I I By Miss };nza'e"'er agencies here were charging Interest
obligated to make arrangementswith cream mixture. Black walnuts ON TRUCK, TISSOT SAYS aries each month, beginning In
I 240 cent a
as high per
nuts December and state appropriations The thin
these owners before they and pistachio are
I of dusts containing i Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Montlow of year to white patrons and 336
enter their lands In search of good in Ice cream. Application will help build up a pension
Montgomery Ala., are guests of to The report that
nicotine sulphate, pyrethrum, or percent negroes.
On the whole, It is better to include fund.
game. rotenone are effective In Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Prince. said six such agencies, ohly one
Many farmers have cattle, hogs, nuts as a part of the regular powder !
controlling aphids on Winter Miss Jeanette Mills of Greens- of them locally owned, were operating everybodyknows
and other stock in fields and meal. They are too concentrated ANCIENT SKULL FOUNDSt.
according to Dr. boro was the guest of her brother in Miami. The Jury returned -
woods where they are game birds a food to serve as a sup- vegetable crops Augustine,--The discovery
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. indictments in the
and animals. Hunters who are plement to a meal that is already A. N. Tlssot, State Experiment of a human skull aroused con- no I
Felton Mills, over the week-end. out that the
cases, pointing county
permitted to go Into these areas adequate. Most nuts, in additionto Station entomologist. siderable interest among scientists
Miss Betty Stringfellow spent had In-
solicitor begun
should be mindful of the necessityfor being rich In fat, contain protein Nicotine sulphate-lime dust Is working in old shell mounds near already an .
last week-end in Jacksonville with of
careful handling of their gunsto Usually, however, It is bet- most generally used by growers Marine Studios, south of St. vestigation and was capable ,

avoid shooting stock belongingto ter to consider them as a source and Is quite satisfactory In con friends. Augustine, last week. Archeologists handling the situation. jiI.,;.
Mrs. Bynum Drew, who has
their hosts. One certainly,.can of fat than of protein; to get a trolling aphids when the temperature been in Jacksonville for several believe the specimen to be COCA-COLA nOT COJ

understand the indignation of afarmel' sizeable amount of protein from is not below 70 degrees. over 1,000 years old. Dr. W. J. WHITE'S CREAM
weeks operation
recovering from an WE ARE
who finds one of his cowsor them, one has to eat more fat When the temperature !is below Winter of the Carnegie Institute VERMIFUGEHas
In St. Lukes' Hospital, is
hogs killed by the careless than he ordinarily wants to get 70 degrees, however, a dust con able to be at her home here. termed It one of the most unusual long been used for ex- PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS
shot of a hunter. from nuts. of skulls he had ever seen.
; sisting one pound pyrethrum
Hugh Ross, Jr., of Lakeland was pelling round worms in chil-
To avoid misunderstandings and i Nuts also contribute worthwhile or rotenone powder and nine CARPENTER'SThe
I visiting Mr. and Mrs. Holmes dren. Price 35c.CARPENTER'S ,
problems that might arise other- i amounts of vitamins and pounds of finely ground sulphur last week VICTIM OF OWN TRAPWewahltchka

wise, it's best for farmers who minerals. All the more common I. has been found to be more effective -II ,-A victim of his DRUG STORE Rexall Store
Mrs. Evelyn Honsuckle of Pal-
hunt on other lands than their ones are good sources of vitaminB than the nicotine mixture own shotgun trap set for prowl.
I atka was visiting her mother and
own and for visiting sportsmen to 1. Pecans check again as a Dr. Tissot explained. If pyrethrum -I ers, W. A. McDaniel was in a serious NEAT APPEARANCE
father, Mr. and Mrs. E. Town-
make arrangements with the own- good source of vitamin A. Nearly 1 Is used with the sulphur, condition from buckshot
send several days last week.HAMPTON 1I e a n SOTTO
ers of the areas In which they expect all nuts are rich in phosphorus.And complete control will be effected wounds. Forgetting the trap

to hunt. After all, It doesn't I unblanched almonds, hazel- more quickly than with the roten- which he had been setting each F. STOCK'S Dry CleaningSee

teem quite right for a stranger to nuts, pecans, and hickory nuts are one-sulphur mixture, but the latter night and taking down each morning -

come onto a farmer's land with- good sources of Iron. will prove 100 percent effec- By Miss Ada Nlmmo McDaniel ran into the trip CLAYTON STRICKLAND

out his permission and bag a tive In 48 hours, he pointed out. cord when he entered his store
flock of birds that the farmer himself may have had an eye on Dusing should be done on a calm The Town Council met and held yesterday and discharged the gun

for months. Its monthly session, November7th. at himself. !
When hunting is good and one day. Lights were ordered replaced -
gets the day's bag limit early, it'sa Aphids are small green or in the jail and City Hall. I Cause DiscomfortFor I BOREE FUNERAL HOME

OUR MILK big temptation to keep on shoot- brown insects that suck sap from Mrs. Eva Birt had as her guests GOLDS f Full line of Caskets &: Undertakers Supplies

ing, but It's best to call it a day. plants. They are live-bearing and last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ira AMBULANCE SERVICE
relief I
I To stay within the bag limit grow so fast that they begin pro- Brown and her granddaughter quick 6 6 6 DAY AND NIGHT
from the
stamp the hunter as a true ducing young when they are less Miss Evelyn Birt, all of Gaines of colds tuke misery 666 JS4 PHONE--131O.
ft than a week old. Their chief II.
sportsman who U satisfied with I BENNETT Mgr

his share and who will give the natural enemies Dr. Tissot ex- ville.The Hampton Junior High Ii i Liquid Tablets Salve Nose "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"

birds chance.. It also may prevent plained, are syrphld fly larvae, School is progressing nicely under Drops
lady beetles, and birds. Heavy
him from a somewhat em-
the able supervision of Professor
Seldom Equalled dashing rains also kill many of
barrassing and costly meeting Mason Morrow and his efficient
with a conservation officer.A them. Even with these. enemies, '
Never that has been however, aphids can prove very corps of teachers. This is Mr. :
Surpassed last point, one Morrow's third term here and his leiiJT4ERIffUI11III HDST Again
brought out before but bears repeating Injurious to a vegetable crop if work has been very satisfactory

the hunter should always measures to control them are not Mrs. Pauline Turner returnedto

PETERSON'SDAIRY keep in mind: Handle your gun taken before they become too her home here this week after I
because out for numerous.
carefully you're
u_.___....__ a visit with friends and relativesat
game and you don't want to kill Melbourne.
yourself or someone I
Mr. and Mrs. Grafton Adkinsare
the happy parents of a ten-
INSURE WITH I pound daughter who arrived No-

Eighty-nine thousand acres of vember 15th.

JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT new permanent pastures were Miss Ophelia Bryan spent the

FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS I established by Florida cattlemen week-end with her sister, Mrs I
cooperating in the Agricultural Perry of Jennings.

Phone 13 STARKE, FLORIDA I Adjustment Administration programs A -

.in! 1937 and 1938, according PINE LEVEL ,

to H. G. Clayton, Florida AAA By Mrs. II. M. McRae I

FUNERAL DIRECTOR administrator.
Elder W. E. Hall filled his
My Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render Allowing cattlemen $3 an acre regu-
for developing and seeding these lar appointment here Saturday
night and Sunday but could not
pastures, the AAA paid out a
MODERATE PRICES total of $267,000 during the two stay for the evening service be- A w

DeWITT C. JONES years. Cattlemen supplemented cause of the Illness of his son +hsl r e g

Stal'ke, Florid the $3 per acre payment with Guy, who is in St. Luke's Hospital j

funds of their own to do the work. In Jacksonville following a

During 1937, the first year the serious operation. II ,

AAA allowed payments for establishing Mr. and Mrs. Jot Starling and i

permanent pastures, cattle- little daughter, Betty Jo and Mr

men seeded 31,000 acres; In 1938 and Mrs. Buddy Harris and child-

MEATCURING they seeded 58,000 acres. Total ren, all of Starke, were visitingat ,

acreage of pastures developed this B. J. Starling's Sunday.We .

year has not yet been determined, are glad to see William

but it will be as large as that of Moss able to be out again after

1938, Mr. Clayton said. pending several days at the Gill

Hospital following accident.Mr. .
He estimated that approximately an
and Mrs T. N. Norman of
90 of the
percent pasture
development work done in Floridain Gum Branch spent Friday with res. urar ti Span Amdan, (74O NOWHERE ELSE-FEATURES UIt>( T EI

1937 and 1938 represented cooperation McRae.their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M From front of grille to rear of body-for paw Roy-OJn>EK" STYUNO-. MOO"MSIDC

No increase in prices of cattlemen conservation with programs thetgrlcultural day J. R.afternoon Hall left after for Daytona Sun- length where length counts- Chevrolet for coals BY AND RSHEX ovrsnx.NEW.EXClUSIVE NEW FUU-VSION VACUW-

Establishment of perma- week with his family.We spending. last 1 1940 is the longest of aQ 10 west-p riced carsrotFER I tMtrt THi RIDE Roru-- .:-*
nent pastures Is one of the soil- reM'i Pwfecfwi K+M-AcMo IWInfl SyiU"r
are sorry to report the Illness ENGINE INFECTED
building practices in the
programsfor of Mrs. V. A. Browning, also t + + addition to being the streamlined HYDRAUlIC BRAKES AUJn*"'
which land owners may earn the twins of :Mr. te beauty leader oIwA tomobU. Jtow.-Ln SYMCRo.MESH TRANSMISSION LARGE
and Mrs. Willard
: We Specialize In Sugar payment. addition to being the ablest all-round performer In lu TOTOS-MATIC CLUTCH NfW SEALED BEAM
-- ---. be Browning well again., and hope they will soon field- HEADLIGHTS WITH SEPARATE PARKING

:Miss Vesta McRae of Starke Thla new Cherrotot tog 1940 U also the longest of SAFETY rtATlGLASS
lowest-priced earbar
JANUARY was! visiting her parents, Mr. and none! NEW SAFE-MOCK HOOD

Cured MeatsGainesville Mrs. H. M. McRae Friday.Mr. It's a whopping 181 Inches long from the front of dt.vols A.. __ "-

All Florida farmers cooperatingIn and Mrs. A. F. Hall and its fcuhlonabto grille to the rear of It* beautifully 173 hrgarl..er --.. fa-'

the 1938 agricultural conservation son, Harley, spent the week-end coned body which means It baa length where ec.ar-wDe.sU-DeL< e
program must have made application here with relatives. length counts which mean |ire the longest auto-

for payment to their Miss Lizzie Harnage of Gum mobile In the lowest price field!

county offices by January 1, 1940, Branch spent Monday night with All teats will tell :you "Chevrolet' FIRST AfeUa "

H O. Clayton, state AAA administrator Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae.Mr. eo eyes U try U boy it-today! I

Ice & announced today.In and Mrs. Russell Thomas

announcing the deadline for of Rising were visiting Mr. and

payment applications, Mr. Clay- Mrs. William Moss Sunday. Eqelt..Tnqlt..Buqlt' !

Cold Storage Co. ton explained that $2,312,752.26: .
or most of the total to be paid Typewriter ribbons, carbon

out in Florida under the 1938 paper, second nhoeU.-Bradford

J. L. GEORGE, Mgr. program, had been paid by the County Telegraph. ALL CHEVROLETS ARE SHIPPED TO FLORIDANOT I'

Agricultural Adjustment Administration BO by January 1, 1940"The DRIVEN-SO "THEY NE\ !
Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St up to November 13. I AAA official also announced -

"This amount," he laid, "has been that all applications for pay-

GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA paid to approximately 38,000 ment under the 1939 agricultural TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

farmers, but a small number of conservation program must be

farmers have not yet filed pay- filed in county offices by April 1,
ment ppllcatlons. They must do 1940.

* '



24, 1930 '


', Ity !Ml.... Elizabeth IlarnagoMr I Boy ScoutsThe I' been duly recommended by the

Troop Cnmmtttco for the rank of : APPEAL MADE

BVPTISTfi METHODIST PKESBYTERIXN EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN and Mrs Felix Sapp spent Eagle. A round of applause grei ted ,I

A. LlBhtfootP Rev. Frank Robinson Rev. Chas. H. Allen ",. .'"rk'* hnrrh Sunday School the week-end In Jacksonville with regular monthly meeting of I this announcement and the With a family of over 700 homeless
p/ ..tor Supt the Troop Committee of the
ipA\ BUilt.undaY PastorE. Pastor Rev Fred Yerkes, Jr. Mm] Ira Wilson relatives. Boy I boys stood at attention and saluted 1 orphan and helpless little 11
"I. 'I'hltma8.choolondaY K. Ferryman Rector /Sunday School Scouts of America, Troop 70, composed -
". Scout
the second
Oen. Superintendentof Organist l Sunday School Supt. 10 o'clock Miss Elizabeth Harnage spent of Joe Wilson, Chairman E. I Eagle I Florida\ children under Its car '
A.Stool Church School Mrs. E. M. Davis Miss Ella j. Sassu Monday night with Mr and Mrs. L. Matthews having been earned by members and The
r'at L. A. Davis Dr. M. study Children Home)
\ service Church School Church School Supt Organ.IIt cut'ricii or CIIIIIST 11. M. McRae of Pine Level. of Troop 70. Announcement was
1I0rnln. Roy Mathew lIt"H" H C Brown B H. rlong, and the Rev. Frank
II ,.. M.lapUst 10 A. M.Morning Harry Pickup also made that Senior Patrol Societygenerally regarded &oS"Florida's
Training Church School Services Pastor Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norman are Roblrtson met on last
1 Monday
\ 7'00 P. M., Service, 11 A. M. 10 A. M. Sunday School Bible Study :S P. m. spending a few days in Plant evening In the Church school roomsof Leader Life Scout Knos Hayes and Greatest Charity" Is
service 10 A. M.
an jng Morning Sermon and The' Patrol Leader Life Scout Leonard
: 00 p, M. Evening WoreblpBervl..e 11 A.Worship M.Sigma : Sundays' __ 11 A. M. I.ord's Supper :3pm I City visiting relatives and friends. the First Methodist Church Smith Jr, would make making an urgent Thanksgiving

e p4aY.)feetlng 0'00: p.M. YoungFeotiU's 7:30: 'P. M. Chi 7:00 p. in Fridays 7:30: P M evry Sunday Miss Ella Mae Sapp spent the The following Scouts presented tion for this rank at the applica-December appeal for money, food and chil-

h \, t PianIst League Meeting's Holy Days..18 A. M. MIN. ALLIANCE week-end with Mrs. Era Wasdin. themselves before this Committeeand Court of Review. dren's wearables In order that Itsgreat
., r W. H. Carter Is spending this successfully their
Direct 6:30: P. M. passed requirements Non-Sectarian Child Placing
," ,
t fChoIIr
MISSION pr..sld..ntThe Jack Hall and
HALL GOSPEL week In Lacoochee with relativesand Harold Crews ,
H. poweU Prayer Meeting TAB.Sponsored Rev Frank : Life Scout Arch '1,
( Job" Wednesday 7:30 Sponsors Robln..nnVI"e friends. Thomas were recognized by the Troop as Service may continue to aid
Chairman : P.M. : by Jr., had his papers

8e ::1'j",\ ,Ji. of KlckUterI Deaconsft Mrs.OrganistMrs. F. H. Lang, J.:Mr.T.and Quigley)In. J.Mr.T.and Quigley Mrs. Rev.PresidentThe Leslie Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norman checked and received a recommendation I, und new their members Tenderfoot, Tenderfoot pins rank, i every homeless child in the entire J r:

I chairman E. K. Perryman, Evangelistic Service ShepherdSecretary Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and from the Committee to were State. lii);
'j"f at Trustee Blbla Study each placed them S. P. L.
80& Q. Powell Assistant Organist Tues. evening 7:30 each Friday and Sun -Treasurer Miss Audrey Norman were visitIng the Main Court of Honor In Jack- upon by Arch Money is the greatest and most lt'i
day !
I. evening:30 The Rev Fred Yerke Thomas and S. P, L. Junior Grade
Sam Norman at Pleasant sonville for the rank of Eagle immediate need for the Society In
--- -- --- -
\ Valley, who is very ill, Sunday Scout. Scout Thomas will appear Dew, respectively. caring for over 1400 homeless I 111

,'I; METHODIST Allen, pastor of the First Pres- THANKSGIVINGMEDITATIONS afternoon.Mr. before the Court In Jacksonvilleon General discussion followed con- youngsters so far this year has '.i'12

,r p byterian Church will deliver the and Mrs. VV. R. Conner of Thursday evening and will cerning the work on the Totem had to borrow more than $12- !/,:''

HURCH NOTES serman. The combined choirs of Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs.L make application for this rank to Poles that is being done by mem- 000.00 to provide even the barest

;. of the churches of the city will L. Conner Thursday. them and they In turn. will send bers of the patrols. The Mohican necessities of life for these child.. ,

, Marge congregation wor- render special music. By Rev. Elgin S. Moyer Th. D., Mr. and Mrs. J.1o'. Shaw and his application and recommendations and Wolf Patrols and the Officers ren, and Is now in the position I

' yrt assembled In the audit- The First Methodist Church Is Librarian Moody Bible Institute, children of the State Farm were to New York for approval. have begun' work on (heir poles; where It must secure some real _\:.

r, a, of the First Methodist anxious to be of service to our. Chicago visiting In this section' Saturday The Eagle rank will be conferred' the other two patrols to begin cash If the work la to carry on. ., IJ'
))1 Frank Robinson community in that him at the within the next few days Information -I
' ich: the ReV. any way it Is afternoon. upon December meet- The Home Society receives no :\ D
or, oU last Sunday morning possible. We cordially invite you Tent-Blent Jehovah 0 my soul, If Keene and son, R. C. were Ing of the Court of Honor. Thus concerning th,> securing of support from any Governmental S i':td

''I '<:jie eleven o'clock service. The to come and worship with us and and forget not all his benefits.! visiting Mrs. H. Keene over the Scout Thomas has attained the the lumber' for the Troop Huts I' agencies or departments' and l w :
Psalm ,
conducted the service andgbt associate yourself with us In the 103:3.: week-end. highest rank that the National was discussed' and hope Is: ex-, entirely dependent on the generous ,t1,1; :

J the message of the hour making of this, our community, a The annual return of Thanks- Miss Hazel Sapp of Starke was Boy Scout organization confers pre e,1 that actual construction on] Impulses of the good people .'

, Jibe subject "A h thelaservicer. better place In which to live. giving Day challenges anew our visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs upon any of its members, the sec these! huts will begin within the :' of Florida. for Its support Foods

.1 Assisting In Meet with us regularly and bring sense of gratitude to God for His i J. S: Sapp, Tuesday night. ond In Troop 70 to receive this I next' week' or ten days. I I' of every kind-fruits, vegetable,

,t ;. }Ire F H Long at the or- your friends with you to this manifold blessings. Although Joe Johnson of Gainesville was high award and distinct honor. The progress of the Troop. In meats: canned goods chickens, t

playing for the Choir, conprgation church where a warm welcome In this section Tuesday. Scout Thomas Is serving his Troop every way is entirely. satisfactoryand .. eggs will be particularly wel..

; ;;a and rendering several awaits you. every day should be a day of iI I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp were At the present time In the capacity it Is felt by all those who are comed at the Receiving Home of

9fClai selections. The Choir thanksgiving we find ourselves so : the dinner guests of Rev and I of one of the Senior Patrol In died contact with the Troop the Society, 2060 Riverside Ave.. ,

IIderea! most beautifully Lane's MISSION HALL ASH prone to wait for the stimulus ofa I Mrs. L. I). Johns of Hellbronn I Leaders. He also applied for and the future of this Troop Is exceptionally flue Jacksonville, or at anyone

!Ithem.: 'I Rest My Soul In TABERNACLK special occasion to voice our Sunday.W. I received Merit badges In Chemistry bright. Kveryone: connected of In three other Receiving Homes

leer' Special organ selections A profitable Bible gratitude to the Father. This be- I H Carter and granddaughter. i and Farm Home and Its In any way with the Troop, at Lakeland Pensacola or Miami.Children's .

choral numbers are a featured study was Ruby Jewell Carter spent the Planning. Scout Mack S. Futch I especially the patents of the boys wearables of every

each Sunday morning service presented at the regular Tuesday ing the case may we not this week-end In Moultrle!!, Georgia was adnvanced/ from the rank of are requested to constantly and type kind or size, for children

i oDd enter most helpfully Into the There night service at the Mission Hall. Thanksgiving Day as never before visiting relatives. Tenderfoot to the rank of Second sincerely assist. In the carrying on from babies up to boys and girls

[,ijutructton\ and worshipfulness was a good attendance. New pour out our souls In gratitude .----- Class; Scout George. Powell from the work of the Troop by boost- sixteen years of age Including
hymn books a gift of a friend, SIIUIK LIVERS the rank of 2nd Class to the Ing the boys In the andvlll'le,1
service.The many shoe, stockings sweaters, coats,
; the were Initiated. The children are and praise to Him for His ..UI ItUSINKSSThe : I I
service of First Class; Scout Kdward: accomplishments that are : hats caps, boys and girls suits,
was con-
evening I
continuing their great love and
memorizing of grace. common long
Brazle was advanced from. the being' attempted. Strength of
dresses and underwear will\ be
with Mrs. E. ,
ucted by the pastor Scripture in a fine way. The psalmist long ago suggested considered the pest of Florida's( lank of Second Class to the rank character determination of will, I I greatly appreciated If sent to one i
1L Perryman at of the the organ Youngpeople's The Scripture used in the studywas several excellent reasons why the I'|,salt waters, is giving up his liver of First Class. Merit Badges as and exercise of body and brain of the Receiving Homes.
members I
iith taken from the third chapterof people of God should be supremely to make 9100.000-a-year buslI follows Eagle Scout Frank Robinson are three of the outstanding ob- I !
Division assisting In the Good homes In
I are constantly
Joel and the eighth chapter of grateful. In Psalm 103:3-5: I ness.The HI, Zoology; Life Scout Leonard I Jpctlves of Scouting Let's help In''
-mgregational singing. A fine Zecarlah. We hear much In this we note five of these: oil from the liver Is rich Smith Camping; Life Scout every way possible these boys as need for the Society's homeless

group of Young People assist In day of the promise of the prophets 1. Forgiveness of OUt' sins: No In vitamin A, and It. used In medi- Buddy Davis Cooking; Life Scout they strive toward these goals I IOn I boys and girls from six to sl.xteenyelara
each Sunday evening.On I of and application
choir '
:ie that men "shall beat their worse calamity can befall mankind compounds. Comer ferryman, Wood Carving I Thursday evening Arch J,
next Sunday morning the swords Into plowshares and their than the terrible blight of sin. I His fins make soup his akin I nnd Camping; 1st Class Scout Thomas, Sr.. furnished transportation I should be made to the State !

,itor will conduct the services spears Into pruning hooks." This Paul says that all have sinned and makes leather and his teeth area Hilly Lee. Woodcarving; Life to the following boys to Jacksonville I Superintendent Marcus C. Fagg, '

:lIng; as his theme the Thanksglv- shall come to pass some day, but come short of the glory of God. used as prizes by a cereal' manu- Scout Sonny Haynes Camping where they attended, the who will gladly give nil details j ;,

jg reason Mrs. F. H. Long will only when Christ shall return to No man can free himself either facturing company and Flremanshlp; Star Scout Main Court of Honor" ; Arch In regard to securing a child. It

i iI /reside at the organ and special earth to set up Hla kingdom-per- from Its power or Its con Dr. L. L. Ruskoff assistant Charles Jones. Woodcarving and Thomas Jr., Leonard F. Smith, Is I ha purpose of the Home Society

music will be rendered by the sonally. In Joel 3:10: we find an sequences. Sin Is the machina- professor of animal nutrition at Pioneering; a total of 4 advancements Jr., George Powell, Edward Ilrazte to provide a real ThanksgivingDinner !

Choir. opposite command from God. tion of the devil and he holds the University of Florida, told and 12 Merit Badges.The and Mack Futch. With all the trimmings for '

about the shark's commercial __ ___ Its four big families of homeless
Next Sunday evening's service, Here It says, "Beat your plow- sway over us until some greater regular weekly meeting of A h
children at Its Home
promptly at 7:30: o'- shares into swords and power delivers us from his grip. values at a meeting of the Florida
beginning I your prun- MANY PAY UP
Academy of Sciences held ink I| the Boy Scouts of America Troop : In Jacksonville, Miami, Pensacola,
clock will be conducted entirely ing hooks Into spears." That wars It is God only-God through Jesus '
Jacksonville 70 met In their usual and Lakeland, If only the many
Christ who died the for recently.In place on DURING OCTOBERThose
bj the members of the Young shall continue to the end of the on cross
Peoples> Division. Poems, talks, present dispensation Is quite ob- us-who can and must redeem us. three years, shark catchingand Tuesday evening with only two friends of these'orphaned kiddies
processing has from a members of the Troop absent, At- paying their subscriptions will supply the necessary turkeys,
the work Is
and special music will be rendered vious. With all of our present Praise His name,
infant tendance and advancements to the the month ducks, chickens meats, and the ,
$5,000-a-year have Telegraph during }
by these Young People. This Is a day enlightenment, our advance- done. As disciples of Christ we y
"The fishermen been the best far this of October follows extras that go with them.
and were
have been redeemed from sin. l menace to so month as :
regular fourth Sunday evening ment In science and education we
sports lovers, the scourge of For- than any month In recent times. S. M Matt Mrs. S. F. Morgan. How about It-what will you do
God has
I eve lln( our church and Is always still have hatred, greed bloodlustand forgiven us our Iniqui
ida waters Is being transformed At the beginning of the meeting G. L. Patten J. S. Norman, Mrs.J. to help? Even the smallest con4trlbutlon
ties. We walk In His
i most< constructive and helpful strife. The whole world today can now
I righteousness and holiness, free into one of the most valuable the Scoutmaster, the Rev Frank T. Johnson R. R. Prevatt, II. of money, food or wear
tfrr/ce of worship. A cordial Is sitting atop a seething vol.
Invitation IB extended to everyone cano fearful that at any momentIt from the old blights and free cratures of the sea Dr. Ruskoff Robinson, gave a brief talk on T. Shaw, H. R. Sapp, Mrs. )Dale" ables will help a .whole .lot.
said "It Is the material for matter pertaining to the Van Slckel Robert Lee J. L. Sll- -- ----. --
raw Troop.
lo come and worship with us at might explode and let loose upon from the dominance of the devil. /
my and all of our services.The the nations a tide of warfare Yes we will praise Him for His a diversity of Industries, a new The meeting was opt-ned with the cox, M. F. Prlngle, F. M. Garrett Order nowt I Christmas; cards. 60
abounding source of health _and wealth to Pledge of Allegiance led by S. P. Mrs. Emma: Ciinova, Mrs. Evle for $1, Your name prlnt l. Moat 9
will outclass all
that previouswars grace
Prayer meeting service willbe Florida." L. Arch Thomas; the Scout Oath Johnson, L A. Johns, Horace tlriu-IKe line ever. Bradford
turned in cruelty and destruction. 2. Healing of our bodies. Only
over to the annual He declared University of Flor- was led by S. P. L. Junior Grade Varnes Talmadge Kelly, C. V. Comity TE'If'Jtrlllfh. i
Thanksgiving Union service This When Satan Is bound and Christis God who made them can heal our ,'
ida tests showed sheik oil to be Mike Dew, and the Scout laws Inglerlght Joe Grltfl Sr., Miss' .
itrvtce! will be reigning then men will learn to minds and bod it'S. We are His '
conducted the
by from 4 to 15 times as rich in vita- were led by S. P. L. Enos Hayes. Mary llrownlee, W. S. Clark, Mrs. Corn, L. I.. Norman, G. M Sis-
pastor with the other ministers of love one another and all will be children and our bodies as wellas '
min as ordinary cod liver oil. After brief discussion the Troop Sarah Kirby Roy Tomlinson A. trunk, Dr. L. H. Jennings Rev
the city and of equal value. There is no pos our souls belong to Him. Our
surrounding territory There are now 11 shark fishing separated into their respective S. Strickland, Mrs. W L Bugg, W. A. Fischer Vance Rues J. F.
king l sibility of this condition obtain- bodies being the temples of the
part. The Rev. Charles stations with about $50,000 Invested patrols and conducted the work of Mrs. L. A. Rennolds, M F Drown Hoover O. J. Anders, Mrs. Bertha
ing until then. Holy Spirit, certainly demand His
In boats and equipment.. Rusk- the patrols under the guidance of Mrs. A. A. Annie, P 1 B.! Prevatt, Pearce, R. A. Colson V. R Ferguson -
I Last Friday night Dr. V. C. tender care. Let us not neglectto off estimated 100.000 sharks were the Patrol Leaders. After the Mrs. L. Johnson, W. E Itho
Kelford presented an interesting put our trust implicitly In Him caught last year, and produced patrol meetings the Troop rca N. N Norton, Mrs. J. W l'ralher'l W L, Brown Tbos. W.

study on the ancient Tabernacleand Though the physician may prescribe 9,000 gallons of oil. This year's sembled in the main auditorium J. L. Starling/ T D. Dyal, E, A Markey, K Lewis, Mrs. SallleTliton.

pointed out its significance in the antidote, the surgeon catch may run to 20,000 fish. where It was announced to them Sapp, Bill Plummor Mrs. I. It.I I Vivian Saxon, L. O. Cooper. ;
relation to Christ. Everything In may set the broken bone, the

+ the tabernacle spoke of the Christ nurse may care for the convalescing 1

ita who was to come There was a body, we ourselves may care- 1

t large group of visitors from Law- fully follow rules of health, or we

\a1 ley and other nearby points. may look to God direct for heal- ,
Ing-whatever the method we follow -
Sunday night the Tabernaclewas it Is always and only God
'US' :
yr visited by a group from 4 '
the touch.
who can give healing : '
el' Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Sllberer, ,
r He healeth all diseases. 1t
rtit hp missionaries; Mr. and Mrs. Ibbot- y
3. Protection and guidance. "He s,3
son, an evangelist, also Mr. Way V
and family. A good service was knoweth our frame; he remembereth y
that we are dust." The Scriptures -

held.There will be services at the are full of promises concern- 6 i 3 J.

Tabernacle Friday and Sunday Ing God's protection and guidanceof

nights. All are invited to attend. I His people Into paths of safety.

I e take so many A special service will be held at Life Is not a chance or an acci
marvelous things for I I I dent. God, has a purpose for
7 the Tabernacle Thankagl v n g
I. rod If we will let Him
This every one
granred now-a-days. morning at 10:00: o'clock. II
lie will guide us Into the centerof
The airplane for example day was set aside for
His will. He leads us dally
else should be
the ing and everything
automo- that leads
along the way
laid aside for that purpose.KROOKER
fL bile-and electric ser- --. into life eternal Praise Him for

1 >'ice. Think how the Ills guiding hand!

magic of electricity 4. Hi* Iqylng care and tender
IJy Mrs. L. L. Parker .Int.
has been nude utterly -- mercy. We have the consciousness -
I of the presence of Christ. To
and mother,
dependable-how Hon. R. A. Green
;;:j have Him in our lives Is our most
become Rosa Pinholster, Guy Pin- r
rates hate Mrs .
To have ; ,
precious possession. H'
and family were visitorsat f t
# cheaper and cheaper, Christ in us assures us that we
Annie Pin-
of Mrs.
the home
while the quality of are abiding In Him. When we ,
holster Monday evening.E.
service rendered has know that Christ fully rules our *
C. Long entertained Friday .. t
hearts, we know that love Is the Vi $
.i", become better in evening at 6 o'clock with a barbe- controlling motive and passion of ; "
cue for official members of WPA *<
every way."didVc our lives. The presence of Christ
office force. :Many people enjoyed
"just happen" with us Is the fullest assurance
ned: men and women of the the evening with Mr. and Mrs. and subllmest expression of God's

is",unshine Service Long. loving-kindness and tender mercy
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Parker were
l r* on the toward us.
Job night and visitors In Gainesville Monday.

bring, you better service, greaterand Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Crews of 5. Divine providence. God
I b,'* 'I dinner bountifully provides for His own.
ncfit lower Jacksonville were
costs. The: that fJ454
guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. He has created a wonderful world pause refreshes

for us to live In. In ordinary
r'.l Berry Sunday.
SwJ/d Miss Joella and Margie Sue ways and through special channels .helps on the job ::.

Berry spent the week-end In Jack- He marvelously provides. He ..
aW..rrJ material and spiritual
sonville.Mr. supplies our

and Mrs. Leo H. McKinnon needs. No good thing does He No what be 1 -
G. Paul's matter your job may a refreshing 1 .
withhold from people.
Spencer at Silver Springs.Mr. M
spent Sunday ,
and Mrs L. A. Brown were thought harmonizes with that of pause for ice-cold Coca-Cola helps to keep .

l Manager the Sanford dinner Ritch guests of Raiford of Mr. and Sunday.Mrs. ply(the every psalmist need, "My of God yours shall accord-sup your feet on the ground. You get the feel of -

Mrs. Mary Green and Mrs. D. ing to his riches In glory In refreshment-and you're ready for work again.

@ illa@@ W. Hazen were visiting In Gaines Christ Jesus. Now unto our God

ville Friday.Mr. and Father" be the glory forever I r

and Mrs. Mack H. Collins and ever.
of Jacksonville were visiting their As Thanksgiving Day approaches STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING CO.

f t f l// Mr. and Mrs. H. P. let us again read Psalm
@ parents
@@m Galney, last Tuesday. 103 and sing over and over,
soul and
Don't forget church and Sun- "Bless Jehovah O my ;

Sunday morn- all that Is within me, Bless his

S :::1J11EIr-: : : --- '':1 Ing day beginning school every at 10 o'clock holy name." I

r w+r



A .
heard, ,tin uiidorMicneil. Vernon -----=::
in "
1 IIEUK'S: ONE\ ON HIS HONOR I "Water Follies"At and wife, KUIthMurttnicI t.ilnlnB 40 '\' ,
Roscoe Ferguson
r'p1' ,
Thanksgiving Itll'al/
Bradford County Telegraph TUB:: COUNTY JUDGE Ferguson! will present to of \ N.! 0. ,. ,
Annual ServiceUnion Palace the Honorable A X AclklnK, one of "HElnlng I400AT,"; '1 I': '
the above l'r
of '
the Judges HtyledCourt and a''
Established 1877 There are some people doubt- I I Jacksonville nt his offlci' In the CourtHouse
I In
less, who think that County Judges Thanksgiving service will In the Town of !'StaiHe Florida Certlfli-ntp Nn "4p ". ,

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class I i live In luxury with no troubles or be conducted Wednesday night I I Older, a authorlalns petition ; praying the adoption" for an of 200{ rif 1'1.Nli' ...:. .2n r or"Ni:',1 F X 1111'1": ,,r r.?

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida worry That they find a world of I November 29th at 7:30: o'clock In r.j r. Hobby Vt-rnon lone Koni'oe Moyer Ferguson by and the wife mild, The l'ontalnlnK a""llIulI',tn, ',\"I"or'" !",,rt, ,I: ,,,:

> I joy In uniting happy young peopleIn the First Methodist Church. The Kcllth Margaret; Ferguson and under the "ahl 1"1'"i" ",I Drswere ,
-- -- -- -- -- - I In ""
Rev. Charles Allen pastor of the further petition the Court tohaugp the net',,'. ", I
the holy bonds of wedlock, taking .- the name of Bobby Gene wit: NOM. 195 and 1911 1 [','.'''Oil
M.EAVBER. will I In the \I"
Szr-Tl a fat fee for their services and First Presbyterian Church :Mover to flabby Gene Kel uriiHon.Vernon No. 623: name of rrlll' Xi "!.",
ASSOOATIOJA deliver the sermon of the occasion Ilofcoe Ferguson. was a"1 Ir, "
PRESS of "
\ Emlly Jo' the
& leaving everyone pleased with the Edith Margaret Ferguson. t.yO", 1111" > ,
:\ ,
of the "
with other ministers community In the 2'RH'.d \
11-24 4t 12-15 ,
y) world In general. Occasionally, Robinson nun n" "r sari'(

r 3e4 ,a4 Z! 1OKd4L I however a "fly In the ointment" The Rev.and Mr.vicinity Allen announces taking part as"The I I :NOTKR Ole APPI.IC\TIO\ (tnl..... said ....,. [ r
redeemed ,,, itf. 'h">
: ) ac'nrd.IIr, ,
FOIL T\\ J1"
E. L. Matthews_ Editor and Owner takes a bit of joy out of the life of I his subject for this service j i3' I N'OTK'H! IS HEHKHY GIVEN deed will laxue t h""n" ?.IIIth'' ,*

a hard-working judge and leaves Demand of Thanksgiving on the That I. U. Powell holder of TaxI day Hated of Deeemhe ,i I I', ,Itl!,' "1,
- this'
--- --- -
I Certificate No. 195 of August 6, 22nd ,10"i
SUBSCRIPTION RATE him "up In the air" for a spell of I Present Living." JD28, No. 1(16( of August 6. 1V2M. No. her A. r>. 1939, "t'1'
( ,
62J of July 7, I410 and No, 290 of OFFICIAL SISAL)
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable) In Advance serious contemplation. Special musical selections will I I. August 3, lit.1l: has filed Bald cer- Clerk of Circuit ('''ilil A' BrAzLEAiT '
Witness! an experience of County I be rendered by the Choir and con tlfU'ateH In my office and made ap- County, Florida ,II, JI, 6t
Advertising Rates on ApplicationNO plication for tax deed to Issue. .
t Judge J. Jennings, Jr., as recently gregational singing will be a Ij n t'I thereon in accordance with law. ....-. -,-.--
recounted to us: A young and i feature of the service. 3 Said I c"i'tlflcaleH einbiaceo the fol- fliNl'iS|;

"GLAMOUR," HUT STILL IT'S AN ELECTIONNext attractive couple applied to Judge| Every one of each denomination j I i In lowing Bradford OeHcrlbiM County property, Florida situate, to- INDIAN

Tuesday will be "election day" in every specialtax j Jennings at one time for a marriage I and any one not affiliated wit Certificate: No 19B embraces KW{,, hrnn.r| ..i H deep II !. II"roofed'"'....'.

school district in the but three. Every qualified license; they were supplied I with a Church is most cordially I of NltJVi. of NKM I H...,. 20 T|,. 8 8. K.I bnrlopi' 'd. H". 11I1.:10: dna' b
county therewith with dispatch, and the I invited to attend this annual I I 122 K. lontalnliiic HO Act IK, mole or Ueh'edere7.1111'11 Nurrei

elector who pays taxes on either real or personal propertyis Judge took a check for the fee. Union Thanksgiving Service. I 1 leas Certificate No. 196 embraced J. !M.' ('OI.I.l'\iC.' over

eligible to vote. I The couple left the office in searchof I j i NWM' .of.. NW Ex. I.Jot In NW .}. "'lIldo. Florida,!,
i I Cor. 1';" 21 T8\ H. It 22 E? con- :--f--.o-u ,
minister to "tie the knot", School EntertainmentThe .a ----
True, there is very little glamour attached to routine a sJ'qa I ,.
I only to return shortly with the' .
school elections ; they cause little or no excitement, they do story that a preacher could not be.I New River white school will I

not serve as a subject of conversation or for bitter argu- found and a request for the Judge. sponsor an, entertainment at the I Notice

ments--except in very rare instances; and for this reason I to do the honors. I I school house Wednesday night li,, &7b I
November 29, beginning at 7:30: II
they are very often ignored, even by people who pride them- Judge Jennings obligingly com- o'clock. Black-face skits songs I We Have Installed Complete Garage Equipment
the job and the bridegroom'sfirst I I an
slves on being good citizens. 'I novelty dances and other acts Handle Any Repair Work To Satisfaction. All WOT
the license fee
check for was
local talent of the 'I Is Done by Carl Sapp An Experienced
Tuesday will be the first time that school tax district torn up and a new one written!I I presenting Mech-ini
WE Have
school will be featured. The pub- A New Electric Arc Welder and
$10.00 for services rendered and Do
elections have taken place simultaneously throughout the I Ilic is cordially invited to attend. First Class Welding At Reasonable
the young couple departed happily 1 PriceConway's
county. They are being held to conform with the new school i leaving an equally happy judge behind -I Ii ,,I Admission charges are :5 and 15 is +

code passed at the last session of the legislature. Conse-j' them. The check however,I I I cents. !

there will be for remarking next i proved to be a bit cold So cold Service
quently no excuse anyone 1 1i Recorded Station and
Recent Garage
i in fact that the bank on which it
"Oh I didn't know the election in dis-
Wednesday, was my i was written refused to have any-i
trict. I thought it was somewhere else entirely." There thing to do with it. Judge Jennings Mr. and Mrs. W. Vasco Forsyth GINGER\ KAY f
'Hampton i boy November 11. I
will be an election in district next Tuesday-unless realizing that he had been of
your you Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Alvarez! Delightful dancing star

happen to live in District Four (Cason), Seven (Brooklyn), (to use a pet expression bit) of"severelygored" in-I Starke, boy November 17. "Chez Paree' who is now one of : )
instigated a an j
or Eleven (Graham). vestigation. He learned that ((1) Mr. and Mrs. Gordon P. Wads- I, the featured performers of Ray- ALAC [
worth Jr., Hampton, girl. ., November nell's \'.ute Follies, coming to
We sincerely hope that a representative number of His recently made bridegroomhad 1 22. the Palace Theatie.: Jacksonville THEATRE-JACKSONVILLE

voters will turn out at the polls on the 28th so there will be appropriated his best friend'sbest Mr. and Mrs. Aaron J. Yar- Friday-Suturday-Sunday. Novem- I _
suit of clothes to be marriedin
no room for the accusation that the voters of Bradford and ((2)) had skipped some sev- brough Lawtey girl, November ber 24-25-26. that bringing has an received aquatic I NOV. 24-25-26

County are less interested in their schools than they are in eral weeks' board bill at his room- 22. performance I FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
Mr. and Mrs. John A. J. McKinney nothing but praise and applause

the} election of a senator or a governor. town.ing-house In Jacksonville, and left Graham, girl November from the press and public. : ON THE STAGE

--erA 22. Fifteen diving and dancing girls i
These things, we think, were 25-PEOPLE-25RAYHELL'S l
START IN THE RIGHT DIRECTIONNot with four Olympic divers that do
pretty tough on even a county Christ the Impossible In the largest port-
Church of I M
the least interesting feature of the excellent colored judge. But the end was not yet-
able swimming tank ever constructed -
school exhibit and program held here last week was the ad- the bridegroom having become a Please note that the hour of wor- Featuring/ Miss Edith

dress of D. E. Williams, state agent for negro schools. resident of Miami :following the, ship for the Church of Christ at Miller the aquatic performer. WATER

wedding, gave Judge Jennings asa The Legion Building on West Call Water and water fountains
Although his talk was considerably curtailed because of I character reference, to a prospective -I Street has been advanced one ,I are used sprays throughout the water

lack of time, Mr. Williams managed to get his message employer, who forewlth I hour. Bible Study from 2 P. M. performance, In presenting the : FOLLIES

across-a plea for training along more practical lines in our wrote the Judge. We guess Judge I, to 3 P. M. Sermon and The diving and dancing chorus mak- +

schools.In Jennings didn't effervesce too Lord's Supper from 3 to 4 P. M. ing It the only glorified water I I 4 ,

negro much in his erstwhile marriage Mr. Harry Pickup of Gaines unit on tour.Co.starrlng. I The Largest and Moet

this connection, we are glad to learn that a small client's behalf. I I ville will preach Sunday, Novem- with the Water Follies -t Kind Extensive on Show Tour of. .Its.

start has been made this year toward the establishmentof -Clay.County Crescent ber 26. Everyone is cordially invited is the VI-Mar Duo two girlson I -FeatarlDrGORGEOUS- ,

a course in home economics in the Starke colored school. AFRICAN MAHOGANY WILL to attend .these services. skates that do the unusual. DIVING y
So far, the county board has been able to supply little or no GROW IN FLORIDA LA JVTEY The Mandell Brothers a riot of! and DANCING and GIRLS ,'
laughter Ray Goode, world'sgreatest
equipment for the department, but the students and teachers African mahogany will grow in By William (BUI) Plununer exponent of the tight I 5 BIG VAUDEVILLE ACTS t.f

themselves are vitally interested and are raising money by Florida and Florida pines in wire. Ginger Ray, delightful per-: -SCREEN-
Miss Clara Mael Harley was the
entertainments and other means with which they hope to Africa if the present planting research week-end guest of her aunt Mrs. I| psichorean star of Chez Paree : JOE E. BROWN
of the Florida Forest and and Cortez and his eight
purchase a sewing machine, cook stove, and other necessary Ethel Biggs. In Starke. Ix"BEWARE
II I I "
Park Service proves favorable.) boys play sweet and low
The new Lawtey post office has SPOOKS"
equipment.Only I Through an exchange] of seed. I loud and hot. a show In themselves -
I been completed and Is now opento
school in the county to boast even the beginningof three varieties of mahogany have'' the public. It. is much larger MAT. sso Prices NIGHT: too
I I been secured from Rhodesia in Raynell is the delightful!; person
a home economics department the start was made here than the old one. CHILDREN lOcI
South Africa for I ality, who with her
experimental acquaints
because it could be done without the to''' I Ii Mr. and Mrs J. E. Shuford were you
expense necessary II planting at several points in, show In such a manner that you
i week-end of Mrs. Shuford's -
guests .
install the course in an accredited white school. South Florida. j will be wanting to see more of her i
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.I
Mr. Williams spoke enthusiastically of the innovation I The seed was secured through B. Plummer.Mr. when the curtain falls on this I

and said it should be especially welcomed by local housewives the cooperation of Rev. Frank I and Mrs. W. W. McGarlety I forty tainment.minutes of exciting enter
I Meachem of the Mount Sllinda
and Ruth will
daughter. spend
who might find it easier a year or so from now to employ I Institute in South Rhodesia, and Thanksgiving with their son, On the screen will be Joe E.I I

a servant who was a reasonably good cook, and who also the Assistant Conservator of Forests Wright McGarlety. I Brown in "Beware Spooks!" with ,

understood the rudiments of housekeeping setting an attractive at Nldola In Northern Rho- Sumpter Harley was visiting,1 Mary Carlisle featured. As a''1 1I II
desia. Mahogany seedlings secured his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H.I I member of New York's finest, Joe'
table, and the other duties that efficient
many an from these proves himself one of Americ'a'sfunniest
seven same
years ago Harley. Sunday. j I I
maid should be able I when he hunts
to perform. sources and planted by a plant research William "Bill" Plummer is crooks In

"Since the majority of our negro girls will eventually agency in Dade County visiting relatives' and friends in''la I spook-haunted beach resort fun

find I have grown to be as much as 30 Miami this week. II I house.
employment as servants, isn't it practical that their .
feet in height and give promise Howard Miner has obtained a
training along this line should be stressed above all else?" I esLfsrs
that mahogany has a posHlblllty Job in Jacksonville. I Christian Church

the speaker inquired. No rational person could be expectedto of being a commercial reforestation There seems to be quite a bit of,
I The Rev. W. T. Burton will hold
answer anything but specie for the warmer por- controversy over who will be
yes. I services at the Christian Churchin
tions of Florida.
elected as our local marshal our
We are glad to see the beginning of a home economics .- present marshal C. R. Whitehead''I' Starke Sunday morning at 11
department in our colored school and hope the day is not too I LKTS: ItK BOOSTERS or Mr. John Shuford. I o'clock and Sunday_ night_ at 7:30.:

far distant when it will find its way into our white schools' Let's be "Home-Town Builders", Our loading platform is grow Manuscript-covers* -, -blank or
t! ing rapidly. Workmen have
i ladles, cleared several hundred more feet printed.-Itrailford County Tel<--
0 Boost our county and our town. graph
of land on which they plan to extend -
WHERE WILL THE "HIC. PUSH" HE MADE? When we feel the urge for shopping the platform. IV 'rll F: 'MM"I IT ('01 HT OP TUB I
!:!(.II'I'II .11 ) <'I\I. ('IIH"II'r <>!.
Speculation over the war continues rife with neutral In our own shops look around. "NOTKi: TO IIKFKMItVrIX TIIIXT vi to op s.1./1ItIIt. i\
THUH<"I IT c'uln'I' OP TIIKKKJItril .VVnV KKV1'*'OIlIJ ('"lvnrIN '
military authorities extremely skeptical of persistent rumorsto .111)11'111. C'IIIe'II'I' l\l 'C : ,
And ere we travel to the city AMI KOH tllPOHIl roi vr%.' TUB MATTKIl: OP ) I
the effect that the big German "push" against the Allies i
I For "Biggest Bargains to Be Kl,0lill IN C'II"\( '':''' I OF: ) I
Martha Mildred Lewis Compton iiurmr Uf<:XN :MOYKII: )
will be
through Belgium Holland or Switzerland. Their I Found", Plan tift, I NOTIt'I''

doubts are based on tactical, not moral reasons. A large part i Let's! inquire of our merchants Fay..ve-V. Compton I TO You WHOM w'Mfi.K.vsn IT !MAY\ (' TAK": :)\ NO. aI

If their prices have come down. Defendant TK'K That on Saturday: ", the
of Holland, for instance, can be flooded to a depth of five or I TV TVIK' NAilR OF THE' STATE, lay of ,lu-cfinhrr. A. 11. 1139.! 2.1rdl al

six feet, making it impossible for mechanized war equipment OF FI.oHIDlIIU I-TI\ItI: I i IV:00 o'llrifk In the forenoon, or a*
When do window 0011 thereafter
we our shoppingIn TO: Fay V. Campion Rhone retildence an the same may I

to traverse. The Swiss have their natural defense of great ,, other cities far and near Box No.and 247 mal SallKbury linK adflienx Maryland.IH P O.I __ |\

mountains which have been fortified on a big scale, and their Let's bring Ideas to our merchants You are hereby required to appear -I
to the bill of complaint fll.,1h..reln I FLORIDA THEATRE I
Alpine troops are supposed to be unequalled. All all'llln..t you on or before '
three! Things we see, unique and queer, Monday the 4th day of Decenlber.l GAINESVILLE, FLA.
countries in better A. D. 1939. i ;
are shape to resist invasion now
Program for
the I
It In ordered that thin order b. week beginning I I ) i 4
they were in 1914. That are drawing trade and sell In' nublUhvd. In the Bradford t.'nunty"el..r.ph. November 21, 1939!
I Like hot cakes with prices low .n newspaper published
Far more likely, the experts continue, Is-the supposition In Bald Cuiinty of Bradford once a LAST TIMES I t I
1 1t
Then tell all our friends about It, week for lour consecutive week TODAY
that Hitler plans to make his big push, if and when he does, For the ladles like to know- witness my hand and official HASH KAULOFF 1MTHI10NKTRO- NAN (miR
seal this 3ht day of October. A. D.
above the clouds and beneath the waves. If Germany has 19 n. tn"TOW. I 1 i
Where to find the new creations
any military supremacy over the Allies at all, it is in these Clerk Circuit Court 11.3 4t 11-24
And the at their -
bargains door Snturdnv
two fields, and it is certainly reasonable to suppose that the And ere long we'll find our mer- I>01'III.K.\ KKVrj. ||Onlv K PltOait11 CROUP ft. PICK 2 CROUP D.P1CK I
submarine and the bombing plane, rather than artillery and chants .

infantry, will carry German hopes. Recent reports from Adding on another floor. Tune In OnWRUF HAIIDY"FLYINGlniEtTCKS"-81"n- : DAmerTean Boy ............ales] Ai .rei PoultrY JIM,....!".:

abroad also indicate this theory. They say that most U- PRESTON FOSTER IFtFNE D American Cirl ............ a- ..', Case!!' ,;:lr
So let's boost our homefolks, HARVEY Christian Herald ........., m5i Inar.I, F
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boats have been called home, and that thousands of planes Ladles. In Home Art WIf..I FHoeMLldi
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