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: December 1, 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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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,!ished 1877 fe- ; we should quietly hear both tides. "Goethe E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner



',)'/ stees Named Sweet Music Of Chimes I Homecomin' Tilt The Public I Tobacco Quotas

4 4'j ri: 9 Districts Where Fire Bell Once Rang-I, Should Be is cordially invited to attend the Next YearOneFifth

: From the same high place that _ .- ...... I 1
' bells once rang out to alarm the HOMECOMING RECEPTION.at .
'; To Polls community, warning of fires and I Close ContestRecord Off :t"

" other dangers, today ring a different -
} Turns Will Be Offi- different kind of bell for an entirely : (rowd ExpectedAt 19.&to Allotments Now t' .

!( OilY Canvassed By Of course purpose., the chimes heard : Bradford Park Bradford County High School Being Figured In f.'

\ bool Board Mondayof every Sunday morning and after- ., "', ." ,... On December 7th County Agent's!' Office 't,
noon from the vicinity of the :; Friday, December 7, 1939) from six to seven o'clock s

the school- trustee Methodist Church are really a ... '". : :. Preparations are being made by The Bradford County grower I i''
,. -
, kind of illusion the the students of Bradford County who was alloted four I
, In all nine of the d IsroUng chimes ", : acres ,of
J unof- themselves are not actually present High School here for the annual tobacco In 1939 will be allowed
Tuesday were
but what you hear are rather Homecoming Thursday Decem- 3.2 acres In 1940. He who was 4
announced Wednesday aft- chime recordings played from the -- ber 7. Sponsors claim the event Drop in on your way to the game alloted two acres In 1939, will b*

at the office of Superlnt church and relayed to the former ... '4 aZ this year will exceed all former allowed 1.6 acres In 1940. ,

,t Public Instruction A. J. "fire bell" tower where they are Homecomings In'' size activity, In other words, allotments for t'

Ballot boxes will not be amplified by a system of loudspeakers and brilliance. BRADFORD BOYS No Word From next year will likely be 80 percent 1

I until the School Board pointing north. east, r ) .'.:' The Homecoming events will NOW IN MARINESTwo of the 1939 quotas. This conclusion S
Monday when the vote will south and west. rte .: begin' at 6 o'clock Thursday aft- was drawn by County

! facially\ tabulated. In the accompanying picture the ernoon when the senior class Is Bradford County boys Agent T. K. McClane In whose y t

K following winners were un- Rev. Frank Robinson (at top) and host at a reception for the return- Albert L. Crosby Jr., and Horace Theressa ManDisappeared office lust week was started the

.ally announced: A. W. Anderson, Jr., (on ladder) ing alumni to be held In the school E. Atkinson, both of Brooker, big job of determining the legal

,'j. i iTheressa)-A.r L. SulT. are seen installing the equipment building. At 7:30: o'clock the have recently been accepted In the In St. quota for every tobacco growerin

B Triest, R. M. Hersey. where the old fire bell used to bonfire will be lighted on Brad- U. S. Marine Corps and have been 'I Petersburg While On Bradford County. The workIs l
split the night with Its Clamorous ford Park, and everyone is urgedto transferred to the Marine Bar- carried on according to procedure -
-J. W. Horne,
.1 (Hampton Hall. alarm. The siren, now used for attend, bringing a big stick of racks at l'llrrl Island, South Way to ServicesFour outlined! by the Agricultural

|c, Chastnln, Lynn city fire alarms, Is seen in its wood. Carolina. Adjustment Administration i
Starke), L. D. Green, months ago toilay Marlon f
0. 3 ( position half way up the tower At 8 o'clock the main event of Crosby Is the son of Mr. and "No grower's> allotment will be

|j J. Powell, S. E. Sparks. The Since installation of the four ,-' ,, e. the day, a football game with the Mrs. A. L. Crosby and graduated Constantine, 47-year-old Bradford less than 80 per cent unless ha Ifl
tabulation here (theY County farmer, left the home of a
cia! new speakers the chime Tornadoes the Fighting failed to tobacco In
programs opposing from B. H. S. In the class of relative In St. Petersburg to at- plant 1939 'or'
> district in which figures have been enjoyed by a much Irish from Immaculate Concep- 1937, and attended the Universityof unless some error was made In 4 t
131 tend services at a nearby church. I
n announced) was: Sparks larger number of listeners. The ; tion school of Jacksonville, will Florida for one year computing his 1939 allotment,"
He never came back.MISSING .
g 129 Powell 100. music is played each Sunday get under way here on Bradford Atkinson In the son of Mrs. Mr. McClane said l.

0.8 (LawteyHal) Elwards'l morning from 10:43: : to 11:00: o' .' I Park The Homecoming sponsors Mary Ann Odurn and formerly attended : Trltty.hla All poundage restrictions have ?
tj. W Roberts, Fred Moore. clock, and in the afternoon from "'''''' and their selected escorts will bepiesent the Bainbridge, Ga., High .. ...... iv 1 e, Mrs. been abandoned. and each grower
+ Rosa Constantine -
10 ,iVanderbilt))--Rodman 5:00: to 5:30 o'clock. in full regalia. Two School. will be allowed to market all the j

h, Rufus Alvarez, L. L. I Sounds carry best in cold quiet still weather and are greatly affected -I'' charming sponsors have been Both young men' Intend to con- There of la tobacco he can possibly produceon
roe. by wind. Listen to and enjoy the chimes next Sunday morning. chosen but the identity will be a tinue their studies while in the ; I his alloted acreage. Conll&.j.j

|f I. 12 New River)-E. L. strict secret until Tuesday De- service through the medium of rtuHcrlp issuing 11 on a quently, no marketing cards will

|!If, M. L Johns, S. I* Crews. GEO. STARLING cember 5. the Marine Corps Institution of the missing be loaned and there will be no q e

'a15Heilbronn-Pa( ) D. Red- Mrs. Kickliter OF INJURIESGeorge I At the half rest period of the which maintains courses in most r man in transfer of quotas

Wade Gaskins, F. B. Clark. DIES football game, special' maneuvers of the arts, trades and sciences the hope Growers. who do not exceed
by the cheering squad will enter- and Is free of all costs to members their acreage allotment willI'- Tr "r
h.16 <( Dies At 89Had tain spectators. of the corpii. 1, ceive in addition to the market t,
I, Tate Alvarez, B. M. McRae. died In the Gill nursing home here I somewhere '
The Tornadoes will end their Another recent recruit from k-"P price a payment of at least one
(Brookeri)Clyde Kelly, ednesday' Nov. 22, of Injuries might !
JN'o.18 ResidentOf received ten days previous In an current season with the game Bradford County, Charles Pender : have Into r- cent per pound on the adjusted r:
ftfh: Butler Crosby, Ralph Hazen. Been According and will also be
at It Is stated against I. C. next Thursday. has completed his Initial trainingas mat Ion con- yield eligible for
{Voting was generally spirited in This County, For relatives that he was return- to scouting reports, the I a Marine at Parrls Island and Cun..t"ntlne rnlng him. soil building payments. Thos

> districts, with several upsets The Past 60 Tears by Ing from a trip to Clearwater and local lads are up against a light has been transferred to the Sea When last seen Mr. Constantine who overplant will be required to

|the way of names being wrlt- .. 'In getting off the train at Hampton fast eleven, which should be al- I School, Portsmouth, Va. was on his way to services at the pay a lOc per pound penalty on

i la ballots In preference toe Mrs,:'Maria L. Kickliter'? beloved I before it stopped, apparentlyfell most on par with the home teamin I While at Parrla Island he quail- Salvation Army Citadel In St. all leaf produced on excess acre-

OKS that had been. printed in resident of Starke for the and was struck by the mov- strength. I. C. has won only I tied an a marksman with the ser Petersburg He carried a Bible agn. In addition to this penalty y;
veto petitions. died Tues- two of her games this season, they will not receive a tobacco '4
past sixty.years, early ing cars. The accident Is believedto vice rifle and pistol. under his arm, and was wearing
A day morning at her home! here I six o'- while B. H. S. has won two also. un-matched shoes He Is five payment nor a soil conservation i
have occurred around Charles formerly. attended I). H.
after \illness of several days. The Tornadoes foe out-weigh the payment unless they are within a .w ,
an I feet inches' tall and
seven weighs
NEY HOME clock In the afternoon, and the injured S., and was a member of the graduating fraction
She was elghty-nlne.yearl of age. man 'was not found until Fighting Irish -considerably. class of 1937. He enlisted around, 160 pounds. I-Ie had black ot.their allotment,

URNS MONDAY Born in Chester, Nova Scotia, six: o'clock the next morning.The B. H. S. extends a cordial In- In the Marines on September' 27 hair, turning gray, and brown The new control program Is a
April 10. 1850. Mrs. Kickliter vitation to everyone to attend .. eyes. Part of the thumb and result of the October 5 referendum
i The attractive brick"veener moved to Florida in 1879 and had deceased was not marriedand this game which promises to be --- forefinger on his left hand were In which the stamp of approval

iI m of Hr and Mrs. M. C. made her home here ever since. Is survived by a brother and, one of the best of the season, with I DR. MURPHREE lost In an accident with fliecrack- was placed on restriction '
realty: located on the south side Napoleon Starling of Tampa, both elevens, almost ev e n 1 y
She was the widow of the Rev. L. ers years ago. by 85 per cent of tobacco grow-
I Road 13 in the east section of W. Kickliter, Confederate veteran by two sisters, Beatrice Starling matched, striving to raise their ROTARY SPEAKER ere throughout the belt.
of The missing man found employment -
and Neta Starling
of Graham .
inpton was burned to the who low winning average In this final
and popular Baptist minister, Dr W K. Murphree. resident at a nursery! In St. Petersburg A upeclaL application must be
wad by a fire of unknown Tampa.He I. contest for both schools. The
died in 1932. They were physician at the State Prison last spring and was living made, for farm on which tobacco
gin Monday night around 12 was born in Gainesville on Tornadoes have held no practice
Dec. 29 1898. .Farm spoke before the Rotary with his stepson, Lewis Neal lie has not been grown In previous
'to*. Practically nothing was February 26, 1893, and was the' sessions this week" but will re-
Mrs. Kickliter is survived by and Pet Club here' Wednesday\ on the sub- was a native of Bulgaria andsince yearn. They will be eligible for
PBQ of Rlchurd Starling
son beginning Monday.The
one son Geo. W. Thomas, Starke; I sume ject of syphilis and the Impor- coming to this country had an allotment only If there In a
& and Mrs. Sweeney and their two stepsons J. F. Kickliter Cawthon Starling. starting line-up has not been tance of bringing the fight againstIt lived for some time In Rochester, tobacco barn on the farm and It

P children had retired, and did Starke, and Lacy Kickliter. Funeral services were held at announced. out into the open In order to Minn., where he was active In the operator Is an old tobacco it
l awaken until struck by fall- Stuart; and four stepdaughters: the grave In Antioch Cemetery l I ---- --.- make headway in the control of Salvation Army work. grower. oft

plaster They barely hadto Mrs. Barbara Conway, Jackson- I Friday, Nov. 24, at three o'clockp. In Chickens I the disease that Is claiming 500.noo .- In a letter to St. Petersburg officials I It Is expected that the new,

get safely from the burn- ville; Mrs. Alice Strange, Palatka; m. Arrangements were 250 new victims annually. Mrs. Conatantlne expressed tabacpo: allotments will be in the t
of DeWItt C. Jones.
Use. Mr. Sweeney Is an Mrs. Fannie Cunningham. Sanford charge Since the Telegraph Is being the belief that her husband hands of growers not later than

of the Seaboard Airline ; and Mrs. E. M. Thomas -- I published early this week, It Is might!!: have suffered a loss of December 15, Mr McClane stated.
I shed
and said the loss wasY and Lost In FlamesDamage
Starke. Six grandchildren Tuck's Cafe Opens a
Impossible to report Dr. Mur- memory. In discussing the! tobacco situation -
covered Insurance.
lf.i -*-by seven cut-grandchildren also Tuck's Cafe, under the management phiee's address In detail In this Ills St. Petersburg employer, the county agent mild: "The u
survive. Is EstimatedAt l.ssue. However because of its William Johmuone of the John-i outlook for 1940 In not nearly so a
Our hunters Arrested Funeral services were held of Mrs. H. E. Tucker for Three Importance we will likely give a .stone Floral Co.., described him us bright as It ha been In recent t
$100- '
Green Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: o'- I merly of Jacksonville, was opened fuller account of It In an early "H very quiet greatly religiousman. years. The withdrawal of British
Cove Springs-W, Brant- Church, of Saturday in the location hereto- Brooders Destroyed ." markets
Lucas clock from the Baptist I edition. I buyers from our is the
State Conservation Of- which Mrs. Kickliter was a char- fore known as Jo's Lunch, across most discouraging. / note. How- "
for Clay County, arrestedr in Road 13 from the county court- Tuesday morning shortly after
ter member. Interment was CLERK LISTS INSTRUMENTSFILED ever, everything possible Is beIng
more hunters on last'Mon- Tucker announcedthat 4 o'clqpk flames destroyed three
Crosby Cemetery under the direction house. MI's. II done to get back this important
morning for in I[chicken brooder houses belongingto
Illegal hunting of the Key-McCabe Fun- quality meals and short DURING PAST MONTH outlet for our production. '
County All four men were orders will be nerved, and that the Miss Ktta L. TlHon located on .
eral Home of Jacksonville Thin situation of course U a result -
III Duval County, and stated filling station department will the L. G. Powell properly behind We print here the lint of deeds 14 and filed October H. I '
of of the war In Europe, and no
they did not know that Mon- Rev. A. E. Llghtfoot pastor feature Sinclair gasoline, oil, and the Powell's home. 250 week-old I filed' In the office of the Clerk of! Ora May Dell Dlllmon and W. ,
of- one can Just what the outcome
/ was closed in Clay County. the First Baptist Church here other products The business Rhode Island chicks, penned In I the Circuit Court during the pit ''F Dlllmon of Bradford County to! of that say struggle will be."

ugh the State, open season ficiated. 'changed hands last Saturday. the brooder house where the fire month, October 15 through Nov- .I. n. Cowart and !Mary Cowart of'
"most all game opened on Active pall bearers were: A. J. |i __. began were burned to death. I ember 25. All deeds are to land Bradford Warranty deed to 10 I I In normal peacetime years i

edgy, the 20th Clay County, Thomas. L. G. Powell, J. B. Sapp.D. Miss Tliion. who raises chickens I In Bradford County and exact I acres made January 1, 1917 and around B3 per cent of the flue
'"* With* P. Carpenter. E. K. Perryman, Christmas TreeThe estimated the damage 1939. cured' tobacco crop Is exported
a number of the other I as a hobby descriptions and locations of the filed October' 13 I I

"w nearby, has adopted and W B. Mundy. Pleasant Hope Church located at around $400, and stated the property may be obtained by j Paul Wagner and Monnle Wag foreign countries

al laws' which allow hunting Honorary pall bearers were: N. three miles north of Starke fire began, probably, from a faultin calling at the courthouse and Inspecting nero hU wife, of King County I __ A_ | |

y on Tuesday, Thursday and' D. Wainwright, F. A. Scott, A. Z. will have a Christmas tree Sat- the furnace or pipe. The the county record books! Washington, to Etta S. Tlson of I Prospective Candidate -
'rday of each week. Adkins C. A. Knight, Dr. E'I j' night, December 23, begin- brooder house in operation, and which are open to the public at Bradford County. Warranty deedto

-.-- Middleton, O. W. White, Dr.Stern-I W. ning urday at 8 o'clock. Evryone Is where the fire broke out was all tlme The year, unlesH otherwise I 30 acres In Bradford made I I Tom Watson, prominent Tampa

Horses 1 Killed B. Parks A. O. Andreu, N. I, welcome to attend. heated by a wood furnace, while specified, Is 1939. Ix-tober 0 and filed October 17. attorney and former legislator, 'i

berg and P. M. Barefoot the other two were kerosene op- Elizabeth Starling widow of J. Ella S. TlHon, a single woman, was a visitor In Starke Tuesday l

horses were killed and two erated. All the equipment was a S. Starling, deceased, of Bradford of Bradford County to L. O. morning and stated that "In all

a.badlY Injured just this side Clears MysteryOf total loss.Nither County, to Nancy Starling of Powell and May F Powell, husband probability" ho will be a candle :
LaJ0", Tuesday morning about Report Miss Tison. nor any of Bradford County Warranty deed and wife of Starke. War- date for the office of Attorney ;

,&t. when the truck belong- Stations the Powell family, were aware of to land in Bradford made October (Continued on page eight General In the 1940 primary Mr. '
7, M. McCord of Starke en Manv Gasoline the fire until persona from town Watson wan accompanied here by t t't'

10 Gainesville, turned over 1-- capita than any other towns I awakened by the fire siren, arriv- former state senator Pat Whit- '
J"a the driver Carlton McCord "H-sw" do they all make a liv- per In Florida. Mr. Duncan stated ed shortly before the fire truck. Wanted; A Sewing Machine taker, another well-known Tampan. > '

.Itarke. lost control of theTwo ing? that the situation Is made justifi- -- .
other horses Perhaps that Is the first question number of Lake Baptist I i
eacapf able here by the large I Kingsley Students at the. Attend Inter-City Meet
f"Jury, a, did the. truck driverOWner that enters the mind highways intersecting at thin Reno colored'

McCord, who was rld- visitor to Starke who rides around I point, bringing a large volume of Services will be held at the school, trying t o,frl t Starke Rotarians attending the
'IB the cab with his brother. town and is Immediately struck tourist travel through the com- Kingsley Lake Baptist Church on raise to Inter-city meet In Gain43viM lt!
I money
-- by the phenomenon of 22 filling Sunday morning Dec 3. at 11 o' Tuesday night were: R. F. Clark. F 1,1,

1ldreu Is Back stations within the city limits .I munity."Approximately 1.500.000 gallons clock. The Rev. H. M. Tillman buy a sewlnll'jmachine for their'I Roy Mathews M. F. Drown C H.

Ie one "flllrup" place to every of gasoline are sold In Brad- will preach, and J. L. Silcox, budding course Inl : Na worthy, V. S. St. John. C A. a r

rke Andreu has returned to sixty residents! ford County annually," Mr. Dun- church clerk, extends a welcometo home economics,' Knight, W. H. Hart, T. F. Land- a
after several months In Not outsiders but many "With our central location all members and visitors. rum, W II. Mundy, N. Sternberg I\
only stated. Idea
P* can hit upon the '
Cty and Is now employed at natives have long puzzled over and large number of state .. --- o f conducting a f K L Matthews. Bill Graham, 'J, {

fit Manlre Barber Shop. Friends of this apparent multiplicity of filling highways, we average selling Christian ChurchThe popularity contest 1'r. F.: Wilson Freeman Register, andL
who has been em-
stations. times ai much gasoline as Vlnlng.
Yed at three and you *
the will
shop for several at I neighbor. Rev. W. C. Burton .
mystery was Union County results
1 the the
w is!' regret to learn that he how preach at the Christian Church In see
''anfin?d to his home because least partially answered In a report -I These figures show vividly Starke Sunday morning and Sun- Queen Pauline U. t). C. To Meet
I 1Ines. on the petroleum Industry in much we all depend on Royals surrounded /
l e Bradford County given by K. G. I passing through our town. day night. by three of her I The W T Weeks Chapter U. n. i
Duncan local agent for the Stand- I "There are four wholesale petro- ---- -- ? "maids" (the run- t*. will. meet Wednesday afternoon -

I"al Decree Granted ard 011 Company before the Ro- leum plants in operation withinour Thomas Tel fair Long, Jr. nertt-up) Margaret I December 6, at 3:30: o'clockat

of Starke. The survey city limits. and 22 drive-in Johnson, AddleLegge11 I the home of Mrs. W. L. Wall.
the filed tary T. T. Long announce
I&mong legal paper Mr. and
of a series In which the service stations, giving employ- and! Hostemies for the afternoon are:
was one
Clerk of a son
of dur- arrival
[I t the the Court organization has been studying ment to 48 people. Four other the Fri- 'Mamie Matthews' .. Mrs Wall. Mm. S. E. Brownie. 3:
,. Of past week was a final de- various phases of community life. companies, without local bulk Thomas Telfair Long Jr. on A total of $23.46 I Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, and Mrs. J, '
divorce in the case of Evan November 24, In St. Vincent's
that Starke and I station, haul gasoline In here for day, was realized from content votes which were ten cents apiece E. Wilson.' ,
Dupray vs. Fred V. Du- Acknowledging [ Hospital In Jacksonville.
11. Ocala have more fining stations sale, Mr. Duncan

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No Shortage Of Hats I RROOKERly )11'8._JL. I*. Parker Health Chief Explains Difference I I sure normally of mei I\, 'IJ,,! '"' 1'1 81

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Ladies AM Meet Between Heart Disease-High Blood Pressure I the age of the ,n''dn' tUn.ce
cording to the i
In Florida's Political RingThe The Ladles Aid met at the l Is lower In ohllrt hut, ', .ell

home of Mrs Chas. Hardy, Sr., High blood pressure and heart system to force blood through i much decreased due somewhat to and tends .to I' han
Florida political pot Is beginning Duval orator with automatic self- Tuesday of last week. Only a I disease, by some strange in Inexplicable them. I spasm of the muscle fibres In the middle life 11'1 h u he

to Jell, according to Wai- starter, lawyer. few members were present be- coincidence, have become On the other hand, the more walls of these vessels but more The exact
ter P. Fuller state senator and "James E. Barbee--Crusading these muscle fibers loosen <( editor of Fuller's Florida Letter Jacksonville minister slot machine cause of sickness. After the business -I wrongly identified In the minds of thus widen the lumen of these stance and calcium salts beneaththe ever hypertension It is ,u-( n1, kno
of the arch foe."Judge. I meeting the guests were and the linings of these vessels know, ,hll!
(Weekly Financial News many persons as one same I vessels) the lower the pressure in in blood ele
State) J. H. Clancey-oldtlmer served coffee and sandwiches The ailment. They are not. High blood the whole arterial system must be. other words, hardening of the greatly pressure u",?, lit, I
from Panama City, single mindedly next meeting will be at the home pressure maintained over a periodof The amount of pressure necessaryto arteries. One can readily see in structural call'PM, IIlh,
Fuller Rates Him angry at bond refunders, this condition that diastolic weakn' ,K Ov
leads heart pres-
eventually to the resistance offeredby
of Mrs. It. A. Brown on Tuesdayof years overcome and ,
Number One particularly Roy Crummer. That'shis failure unless a blood vessel in the the partial contraction of these sure would be elevated due to the : worry, fast J,'
next week. All members are pur ,lit,t
platform Increased resistance of blood '
brain bursts first, producing deathor vessels is called the diastolic or pass- and etc.. mn
"Hans Walker., J. H. Rodgers, asked to be present.The the individual dies from the lower blood pressure. This diastolic Ing through these narrow vessels. period of earn i ''m flue
Fred, Touchton business man,i county nurse, Mrs. Lewis, cause. On the other hand, many pressure plus the force of the The systolic pressure would also pressure. time t t. n i I?,
a realtor, a (druggist, just alongfor I was visiting our school Monday. cases of heart disease are not associated blood flowing through the vessels of necessity be elevated to main-
i the ride"Spexsard. Mr and Mrs. Purvis Hazen with high blood pressure.In after overcoming this resistance Is tain the proper flow of blood. High blood pi-asurf I ig
Holland war bird suit of ,
'I were dinner guests of Mrs. Hazen's fact, the blood pressure may called the systolic or higher blood The danger to life from high wrong ? habj,
hero lawyer, state' senator outstanding long period of ,
for courage Intelligence, parents, Mr. and Mrs. L A. even be lower than normal. I pressure. I I'I blood pressure lies in the fact that occur suddenly turn' and ,
I|I Wynn of Hampton Sunday. What is blood ? To these hardened rh"refo
Polk County. pressure an- In other words the systolic or although vesselsare hooves ,
energy everyone ?
a 'B. F P.aty-Flre eating Palm I 1, Mrs. Alice Oliver Is visiting swer this clearly, it is necessaryto 'I higher blood pressure is the sum thicker than normal, they are life toward pr.' begin f
rr !; Beach lawyer, who ran :fifth 41 j:, her sister, Mrs. Thigpen, In East. direct the reader's mind backto of the pressure needed to Over- not as strong and are likely to pressure later I n v..flung" uff Thl h: '
years ago. Pulatka. rudiments of human machineryas come the resistance produced by I break, under this higher pressure. done by cult. ,
"Arthur Hale-Chairman State I, Mr. and :Mrs. Homer Gainey I studied in school. It will be the narrowing of small arteries However, in case the vessels are mind, metlcul.. us ting,JVOJ

'Road Department, capable Tampa I were visiting their daughter, Mrs remembered that the heart forces and capillaries (diastolic pres- strong enough to withstand this worry, mode, ,, phV8lcll '
business man. Pearl Raulerson, over the week blood Into the artrlea and capil- sure) and the force of the bloodas Increased pressure the heart will perfect body "
"Pierce Wood Dupont execu-I I end. Mrs. Raulerson. Is In a Hos-, laries, thus distributing it to all it flows through the vessels finally fail due to the constant of sleep, rest. 01 i.limmatlonj"IJ.balltn
pital in Tampa recovering from parts of the body. overwork to maintainthis
tive. Speaker of the 1939 House, after overcoming this resistance.As necessary normal amount >i "xerclsJ
capable, courageous, calm. West- an operation.John In normal individuals the blood mentioned above, the diastolic high tension. In these individuals posure to the sun, -
I rays
Florida, small-county, but sees Hargraves Is still In the in the vessels is under a normal pressure is normally depen- this high tension is nec- The treatment
state wide. hospital In Gainesville, but is tension. This varies somewhat depending dent the resistance offeredto essary to maintain a more or less 'II i hYr>
"W. C. Hodges -- Picturesque much better now upon the strength of the the upon flow of the blood throughthe efficient flow of blood to all the should be under, thi ,-are nj
r Tallahassee Senator, old style Little Harvard Hazen, son of heart beat, the volume of blood, partial/ contraction of the tissues of the body, without which petent medical <"no'or, A!

orator, capable, canny politician, Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Hazen was and more importantly upon the small arteries and capillaries. The life could not go on. or seml-annuu, ,'ht' k-up L
ran third last time. i carried back to the hospital Sun- degrees of contraction of the A find out whetheror ,
tonus (degree of contraction) of I person may tion can do mn '/h u(, pn.ipertenslon
ttlHTRIIAIR I "Jedfl! Parrlsh--Long time Senator .' day morning. He had only been normal arteries and capillaries.In the vessels is kept more or less I. not his blood pressure Is nOr- by |
citrus grower Brevard Coun- out of the hospital a few weeks, Individuals with blood mal by having It measured by a changing 0
high constant
Here Is how Senator Fuller sizes by an involuntary nervous its and' diet al the ]
up the situation: "Francis White- ty, steady, wise, hard working. and we hope he is soon well again. pressure or hypertension, this stimulation. This keeps physician. The physician uses a development of his first
hair Volusia County political 1 I "Pat Whltakei'--Tampa criminal Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson were tension is Increased beyond variations these muscle fibers in the walls of simple and palnlesi" instrument hypertension has tieveloj cond

leader, did the jelling with a( lawyer, state Senator, battlescarred visitors in Lake City last week of pressure. The small arteries the vessels partially contracted In called a sphygmomanometer. This physician can do! much to]

beautifully timed, skillfully man- political shock trooper. ,-- and capillaries contain high blood pressure or hypertension instrument enables the physicianto the annoying symptoms
aged announcement for Governor.j I I smooth muscle fibres in their the blood pressure is Increased obtain both the systolic and condition
The ABC deal Andrews-<(< ': Fuller Rales Him Any high Mcfoool or college I walls and the more they are I beyond noimal limits by an increased diastolic blood pressure in termsof .
Cone) created a sensation and a Number TwoE student would appreciate a port- tightened (thus narrowing the I : resistance to the flow of millimeters of mercury.The All legal blanks:
mighty confusion and when that' able typewriter for Chrlatmax. size of the channel or lumen of blood through greatly narrowed systolic pressure normally notes, retain title notnl prij
blew up Governor Cone again j Easy terms. Bradford County these vessels) the higher the pres-I I small arteries and capillaries.The varies between 100 to 145 millimeters in stock by the BradfonllTelegraph. \
agitated the political pot with his Telegraph. sure must be In the whole arterial I lumen of these vessels is of mercury and the diastolic .
casual statement that he plannedto
run for the United States)I
Senate If he or one or more
others run so will J. Mark Wilcox r-
Spesaard Holland' teeters betweenthe
Senate nnd the Governors
race. Inclining lately toward the a
latter "
"But when Whltehalr stated his
show, the picture begun to clear. THANKSant
With plenty of money, plenty of

political understanding, and a AS I
formidable organization, he In
obviously the man to beat. Waiter

Fraser, mayor of St. Augus- y rAYALTER f Vr r,"
tine, also rich and well organized,
Is momentarily the runner-up" M
Senator Fuller continues his

analysis, summing up the pros-
ports as follows: N
"Minor announcers ate Fuller GIVING

Warren, Burton Schoepf Judge J,
ir. Clancey Hans Walker J. H.

Rodgers, Fred Touchton, James
K. Barbee.
"In order of
probability are ----
Spessurd Holland, B. F. Patey, FRASER I
Arthur Hale Pierce Wood, W. C
"Jerry Carter- Railroad Commissioner .
Hodges, Jess Parrish.
clever joking, professional -
"Scratches are Pat Whltaker,

Jerry Thumb Carter.as nail Senator sketches Dun Chappell.Fuller of the"candidates sees- leader"Dun office Chappell holder Dade Townsend county WE THANK GOD WE ARE AMERICANSAnd

politician t
them: i
'Francis Whitebait Volustapolitlclal ,, "Most significant political development -

lawyer, citrus: leader, '' Is announcement that Live In America The Land Of Peace And PlentThink
wealthy young. State Federation of Labor, Is formally --
"Walter Fraser St. Augustine nnd openly going to take part
mayor wealthy by virtue of be-// In the coming political campaigns....
ing owner of Fountain of Hut the boys are going to try to
but not so young himself, quiet, keep technically in the clear by
scholarly, able. I organizing an 'unofficial' advisory back three hundred and eighteen Today, in the comfort of modern home
'Hurton Schoepf-Bus operator, committee of labor leaders and

originator of 5c glass of orange non-labor political big shots. years ago to 1621 when our I" we observe Thanksgiving anew
juice, Townsend enthusiastic, no "Most!\ feared: small town South

political background, Florida dark home who can get Pilgrim forefathers completed their first physical comforts we enjoy are immea
"Fuller Wan-en, "
-Super verbose I the gold coast vote.

harvest They had no luxuries: their urably greater than those of our forbear
MV Ie.unoNU I
federal government maintained a

It Is a rainy evening mint there to coin the\: mine's pro- humble gratefulness was for adequate and we must still be thankful for the fre
I net me down awhile, Juct. The mint closed down when

Prepared for entertainment the Civil War was begun. provisions, for crude homesteads, for re- 4 o dom with which we have been endowe
By turning of a dial. Now a mining expert, boring

deeper Into the earth has uncovered fuge against winter's bitter cold and hurling t for the liberty which distinguishes ou
I welcome the announcementThat a vein of rich ore. It assays
"So and so will speak; an high as $60.000 to the ton, or
The subject of his discourse $3 a pound. That is remindful of snows. Their gratefulness was for \ nation among all nations; for the happ

Is ee-ee-ee-eek." some Mark of the Twain assay at stories Virginia reportedby City the chance to be free; to fight for liberty; ness which we can pursue, and which v

"Good friends, now la the time In his story, "Roughing It"deal-
for all Ing with the early days of mining to pursue that happiness which is the birthright may pass on as the heritage of our oW

To work Instead of talk In Nevada and Colorado descendants. time
The best way to accomplish this Evidently "Thar's gold In them of every individual. It was in Plymouth These are

Is aw-aw-aw-aw-awk. thar hills" around but and in their thi-. mOT
Dahlonega. j darkness we find all
that this first c
it Is no place :for the goldseekersto Day -
The situation's critical, rush in, because there III no reason fora full measure of Thankwas
I know Just how you feel. open country to be prospected. observed, more meaningfully than 'sThanksgiving
Your only hope lies in the way The Dahlonega strike may pro- giving, in the happy company of our love
You aque-ee-ee-ee-eel. duce great wealth and we hope any Day since!
that It will and that North Georgia ones, on this day.
There's something 'wrong In : may become another Dorado.
Dennis rk' -Bradenton Herald
Creating all this stir, .

Is And grr-rr-rr-rr-rr.what I now propose to do By UOATDRAIN Mm. Z. Z. Griffis We Join All Our Friends In observing Thanksgiving As A Day of Reverence and Feasti

"My time Is up and though youshould
1 Mrs. L. O. Tyre and .fra. J.
Prevatt visiting Ruth Mor-
Forget each word I speak, were
rell afternoon.
You still will find as I have said: Sunday
''Grr-awk grr- wk, grr-eek.' Henderson Borc and Joe Grlffla. City Barber Shop
Jr.. of Jacksonville were Service Station
night i, S Star Workingman's
At Dahlonega, In the hills of Thunday StorePeterson's
Frank Harrell of Lake City wan /"
North Georgia, not far from At- A. M. Darby Store
his Mrs.
visiting slater Ralph I Dairy
lanta, (they have made a gold Gainey, Thursday night. ,r ,
J. W. Andrews Jr.
strike Now getting gold out of Margaret Griffin was visiting I Clar-Jean ShoppeCarpenter's
the hills there Isn't a new thing.A Mrs. Ralph Gainey Sunday afternoon i ..
gold strike was made there 111 John H. Denmark Furniture Co. S
years ago and the working of the Miss Gladys Lee of Bethel was I Drug Store

mine continued until 1861, although visiting in this section last week,,j Alexander & Co. Starke
by that time the yield had Mrs. S. F Griff and family Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
dropped off to a small part'of were visiting Mrs. Joe Grlffia and I| Torode Chevrolet Co. '
what It was earlier In the century. family of Clay County last week. J I Starke Coca-Cola Bottlme Co.

At one time the famous South I;t It there Is any news you wish Conway's Service Station & Garage
Carolina statesman, JohlCal- to put in the paper, please report !I I Western Auto Associate Store
tioun, was principal owner of the to the correspondent by every f /III
Duhlonega mine For years the Monday. {,; .- -- : -.- -- ---_._ _---- -- -




County High School Journal

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plfF1 .. STARK:, FLORIDA .'IUU. \'. DKCKMItKK: :
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.,"U"'F Jean Davis TORNADOESLOSE Whirlwind Facts Meet Our SeniorsJOYCE Did You Know? Madam BooluDear SENIORSHOSTS

a'' het, CJayl Sewell FRIDAYTO -
1. H. Harper AT RECEPTION .
e flltol Frank Robinson PALATKA I Well it's ull officially over for JUANITA McGAULKY"Wednesday's The birch tree sheds Its bark Madam lloolu: "
I Irdr'' Arch Thomas II this season Those who expectedthe DECEMBER 7TH
child is fair of
Loral Bennett I annually. This IH to tell you that I am

h b i.-mabeth:) Plummer Lust Saturday was about I Bradford boys to sail into face" and true this is of a most A lobster sheds its shell seVen- I ",1
V Mara Mae llarleyt as one victory after another have lost captured; completely caught Senior rlitaa HonoringMuninl
,pp 1Oalnn cheerful for about twenty Brad I charming senior. Joyce Juanita teen times during the first year 1i
e ford Tornadoes as sixteen been disappointed but those who McGauley. Juanita Is a lovely of Its life. In the web. What kind of Insect and Football .

' :I\'Idl'' ,KItungsworthprrlnl } NeWS days all thrown together. Reason rainy:: like to see what goes on between brown-eyed maid born on Decem- Noah Webster took 21 years to spray do you recommend for the I Team

,I the night before in Palatka beginning and end. rather than ber 17, 1921 at Brentwood Ga. prepare his American Dictionary love bug Mr Sponholtz says It.sthe Homecoming
n.or.era Outstanding
they among
being interested in the final one bug that's all over theplace I
Barry had played their last She was welcomed into the homeof of the English language. From
seirtLY. careen Louise game this score have seen the Tornadoes with suit of armor and activities for Bradford High '. I'I'I
go 1807 to 1828.
of season. Secondary in their minds her parents Rev. and Mrs G : "
; andDITORIAL down to 0 only 3 times. spear in hand. against enemies is the reception which Is being :
tIJo jacklellalletln this time was the fact that they E, McGauley. Her childhood i Since the dawn ot man hall I ,,
have battled
Mho Bins for centuries -
had lost 21-7-since It had been a First game played was with days were marked by exciting has taken Its yearly toll despite given on next Thursday night t,

good hard close fight anyway. Green Cove Springs which team events such as: breaking both efforts to combat it. The annual against It vainly. However December 7, between the hours ,

whipped B. H. S. last 270. I have heard that you never fall I of six and seven-thirty. In honor :
The boys left on their last trip I year arms being in a wreck having hall loan. throughout the entire to rescue people from even the ',j
at 5:45: last And in this game Starke defeated all childhood diseases, and there- world Is estimated at $200,000.- of Bradford High Alumni and

flANKSGIVINQJJ, Friday afternoon' them 14-0. It was a I'mcomln'givemeroom fore she early learned to over- 000. I most Impossibly hopeless situations of the football team. The senior i

wi, the day Gover- Armed to the teeth with all the"musthaves" fight, which took come handicaps.'! and have with hope in mypoor I claM Is Inviting all n. H S. .1;
Ancient Greeks offered sacrifices .
Bedded stick on as of football Brad.ford's heart come to you for help. alumni the football former ,
to revenge for the last year's beat- Entering the school at Oilum I team
,he 30th of Novem- squad left In fairly high Ing. to approaching hail clouds I Isn't there any way to keep the teachers and all other friends ofour 'to
Ga.. she the that of
g spirits-managed to leave the Im- spent year and even to this day in many ; crawling pest out of this. .sectionof "d
that i I Lake City came next and that her school life then came to the parts of the world various school to be present on this
pression they weren't nerv the country at least? I never occasion. The affair is held ''r
[Nov 23 was Thanksglv- ous and didn't have the creeping I was one of the most notable sunny state of Florida to a good charms are used to avert hail- muck my nose into this bug'sbusiness being I A
in the school building. No formal
President Roose- games of the Lake old town Starke.
e i one jitters that rattle the teeth of all season City storms.A -until it got bURY on me,
invitations set out. tN L Ldon.t
he did that had small She the second are being so .
__?. Since football players before a game. no team and was not went on through blowout patch may cause and looked me straight In the '\
back and in and then to where stay away because you : .', 'Ilhaven.t
Jive meandered Last our class as advanced Infor- grade Brooker wheel shimmy in an automobileby
Into ?
get the bus was I eye. Is there no escape received written invita- ;, '
of why or"jtthH mation had lead all to believe.Bradford's she has enjoyed several of a
Ifcmeneasona years throwing the tire out of bal 4
: cheerful cuttln'-up-clad Coach (I Stuck with a worm Hon Is to the !if
Everyone going
was done and what nineteen uniformedmen life and school work: But Starke ance. These patches also chafe .
Whittemore Juanita ("J B. ) Barefoot :
Uuld do But B. H. S. isLfot began to give out after con- called her back and this time to fabric and long use of them often football game after the reception. r .
Fifteen minutes behind them I Dear "J. B" Be sure to come out and cheer B. .
that. TheIjflnd stant continue Bradford
about substituting on the part of through High. ruins tires beyond repair. .'
was another bus filled with B. H. This makes me very slid, What? II. S. on to victory. : ;!
I Lake She served .
to .
no reason worry City which had 27 bench as Vice-President Only those persons living near
S. rooters who themselves The fact that at lust I have meta e i
were ,
Lanethlng that's too deep warmers ready to change with and later President of the sophomore the equator are able to see all of '
high-keyed with fan jitter. It I question I can't completely an- The man who Invented the lie h1
and doesn't interfere the eleven on the field. Lake City class. the star constellations.
to wit l..f act Ion. friend detector tried It out
was the one from Hampton, i swer My recently on
extra day off-today. I critics said about the Starke team Juanita is a popular member of Germany's glass industry em-
laic "Uncle the insect has to be fisherman
Jim" yet i
Adkins' bus which spiny a
occupied with things that what football officials know to be our senior class and intends to ploys 75,000 workers in 1252 fac- 1
picked up all who were going made that will squelch the little He hasn't decided whether to
take away an actual so: that Bradford had the beat continue her education at Florida tories and work shops
did to from Hampton came to Starke bit of moving disaster-that little trV and fix It or build another.
[ thankfulness they will second year team they had ever State College. Philadelphia has the largest
fA menace. It Is ull ovel'anti
mbar at one time or an- picked up Starkeltes and grabbed encountered. Good for Starke After that her career will fol- single unit natural park of any crawling IV TIIM. ('llit'1'1'r ('OI'IIT OK TIII1 1 '1 .(
up six or seven Keys toners as It its suit of armor has never ..'Mill .'.. JI'ltMIAIIII' !"I"IT OP
the was the in low either business or matrimony. yr
that's what day experience they got city In the world.It .
jthat I there I been pierced- still survives. '11H T 1H nV 1"1."lun. IMMI
lifter alljjilme passed twelve miles up the playing with that team. Score This choice will probably rest on requires a lot more skill to \ KOH HII\I)KOIIII ,'O""I'V
fellow, theie'a one
statistical data to the But my poor IM ('II4 V<'Kit V
as over
it IsJlo I I road.Before drop pamphlets over Berlin than
during the day the started the 190.The remaining thing you can do. Go IN TIIM MATTKfl OK )
game crowded condition in either to who TIIK AU1)l'TI(1Nt1": ) i',
of next week something hap- drop bombs as anyone
dawn upon everyone find tall tower, with walls
Palatka team a nice : .1
was out on the pro-I IIOIUIV (|lIoNMOYI.n: \ )
fession as she has a horror
to be pened that had however vanished has ever tried to toss a playingcard "
I that: they're lucky field first About 10 feet thick, guaranteed not to NOTIl'K: (
United State of warming up. into mid-air by the next game: A unemploymen Into a hat can testify. out In TO, WHOM IT MAY COVCinilNYOU .
in the fall crumble or wear
five minutes later Bradford's WILL 1-I.KAHK: TAKK: NO.
A', tbey're not half so bad bad case of over-confidence ---- Someone has just come out storm flood or earthquake, take TK'li That oi) Halurdny, the 23rd
Tornadoes got out there too and which caused Starke to literally Health EssentialsAmong with a "turkeyfurter" -- turkeyon tiny <>f .Herein .. A. n 19.19, at )
be. need exist for
might everything you'll to .' 1jl
they went Into their many loosenlngjup I IO:oil .I -Jean Davis hand the game to that week's opponents a roll with chanberry sauce the rest of your life and you'll be noon. then-lifter HH the Maine may ,
processes. I he henid 'the undersigned. VernonUonroe i t
Bunnell School. just to prove the Inventive spiritIs
i Most notable feature beside the High the most miserable feelings perfectly safe; you can test In rViKimon. and wife, Edith: jl jlI '

Sez The Starke Team was superiorto In the world Is the one of not yet dead in this country. peace. MaiKiiriM' K< Mammy game Itself was the P. H. S. band j.
Natives of the Lake Nyasn Ihs Honorable A Adklnn, one of
Bunnell's and the Tornadoeslet I
cold the sinuses Madam Moolu
In I
having a or
half the Judges of the above styled
i At the uniformed in spiffy
up just enough to let them chest. Either that "mashed in" region of Africa use. a bread the ._ Con11 ul his offlt-H In the Court I! l lradford
jllun, I wine and white they put on a have H.October. sole Ingredient, of which consistsof :Hour In the Town of Starke Florida
that with the
feeling comes "nose a. petition nraylnir I nor an s'a'Iier
performance that would send the should think that
noticed Lady--I you
brownish known
small files as
t you mil horlalnir the adoption 1 of I
20, Staike played Jennings cold or the exhausting cough
KW hair-do' It Jacque-I mouths of the Starke band flying kungu. They capture the flies by would be ashamed to beg In thin Hobl>y llene Mover hy the until. 1
and scored 19-7 their sec- which a bad chest cold brings Vernon Itimcoe 1.'erK".n and wife,
in Two
coming. open pure awe. cute ond and lust victory-Proof that can make a person feel like life running into the thick swamps neighborhood. ,..,1111M..r.ar. t ,KerKUxon. and '
and cane-flipping majorettes lead the with baskets and then knead the Tramp-Don't apologize lady fiilthnl petition/ Ihs Court tnihaniri C
I Jt Sonny Haynea I their over-confidence Is not worth the living. That's i.
I was gone tlit name of Bobby lent )
outfit onto the the
field down to I've worse.
eFlynn went hunting Mon- was the way they handled the not surprising. Not being able flies into the bread "dough Moyi-r ,tu llohliy tlene FRIKIIHOII' I y',
other end in formation ,
perfect Vernon !Hnnro FoimixnnIMIth
: -- -- ---- s
[George dat everytlme from Jennings to breath Is and endless ., .
says and clock-work step. They began I hard-fighting boys no fun RalphSomebody shot me In : MuiKuret" Kuruiii on ,
tell how many he killed hurts not the Jingles 11-24 U 12111Beware
j The score for the Starke whooping only Primary \ but it didn'Ikill
their field-marching with the I the heart yesterday,
'Molt. Nice going! I I side was already 19 at the half. throat but the owner's sense of
snare drum beating out alone I I I me.
wilora elected dere spon- giving an impression of getting:. It was in the second half Jennings I patience he bates to cough ; is SKCOM) OUAItK L. H.-And why not ? Coughs

(lor de Homecomingfootball the spectators prepared for the ,I made their touchdown. Noticeable exasperated when it catches' him Our 1'hunk fill lien* Ralph-My heart Will In my

t \IM Thursday It's all to I show--and it was just that. No I this time was the live-wired in the middle of church or school, All of us--We are so thankful throat. from common colds

till chapel'I of the Starke boys. and when it hangs on and hangson and Fathers We
leptittcret during less notable than the members cooperation I' for our Mothers .----

her 5. But I 'spect de I was their music which sounded I October 27 was the game with in spite of all he) can do. are thankful for our school. We Trndo'jour old typewriter In 011n That Hang OnCrpomulslon

11 made good choices.i, > like something few people hear Reddlck one of the hardest of the The common cold is an enemyof I are glad we live today and appreciate brand new p rtaeble Ulierul relieves be-
|ily Jackson really makes a'' from any high school band-almost season. Reddick boys were hard I the individual and the com the many things we term Bradford! County Tele- cause it goes right to the !seal of. the '

!II figure coming to school I,I I never hear from such a 1 fighters landed on top of the I munity. Easily caught and easily I t have. We are thankful for our graph. trouble to loosen germ laden phlegm

I every morning in dat coupe! I I small school's band.They score. spread it stuffs up snooty and I fbod as we know boys and girls In Increase secretion and aid nature to "I'.;'
I Inflamed ;
soothe and heal raw tender, -
til has been get tin' lectures I: lighted on the fifty yard Next came a game with High'j level noses alike jams up the other Countries are hungry. And Ml I III': 0' ''1'1'11' VI l<>\' bronchial mucous membranes ,it}
throat of the President If it takes! roil T' \ i i.:!i.iNOTICi : ) '
sly every class on "How tolit line and stood facing the East Springs that made going harder last of all. we are glad our room ': IS IIKIMOIIY; UIVINThal No matter how many medicines you ,

School" II than had the strong Lake City I a notion. Is ahead of Miss Kitty's in attend- I.. II I "l'mvi-11 Itiililxl. of TuxVrtiriralc have tried tell your druggist to Hell t :

I i and the bench temporarily de- bunch. A score of 19-6 proved I When there is a sudden changeof ance. I ( Nu Hlr. ,,f August e. you bottie of Oreomulalon with the .,;
iD and Leland Sponholtz have' serted by Starke's players. Then I N I that Starke, though not winning weather from one extreme to Mrs. Rltch teacher. mM.of July: 7, 1 1D.1II: \and No 2(}0 i.f the way it quickly allays the cough ,
the name "The Insep- 'I came an unexpected interesting showed their worth. An even half another most people usually catch AtlKHKt: 10:11.! : ''I'1 Him) ...1,1 rel' or you are to have your money back.CREOMULSION. ,
Brothers "' thing. While silence held first linmli'K In my nfflc and' mail appllrlltlnn -
I I bad team would have gone to rock cold easily as a result. Out come FIRST (on.\I!: fur tux. Bred I tu IMMUOthrtf ;'"
1 about the Order of Elks .
collecting names-L. !I limelight presented I 'n In urrflrI'ane with law
handkerchiefs into them
bottom, and would have been unable the ; go We are studying about Indians I .i d
imliuurx ih' fur I
was gathering a to the Professor of Pala- "Hold I'crtmrnH'M for Coughs Chest Colds Bronchitis a
up I I to hold the other team to' countless noses. Few people get and Pilgrims. We made Indian lowing, fl..lh.1 l lunpprly" Mltiifiti .
:'rilew' of 'em last week. tka High School a large American 1 4
KUnltlu li
I around the sniffles with these for In 111'111"0..1 l I'iMiiilj. > .
; such comparatively low scoring. booklets. Indian blankets our .
I I I4tway I
tat from that wit : ,
Hi 'Mary Glenda" for a II Flag as a gift Second out-of-town game was strong cold catching circum- dolls and bow and arrows We ('..rl"h'/ "." No. Ion ritilirurfft KMir : \ iJ

I I I organization, whose members felt I November 10 with Jasper High stances. have a scene on the sunJlable f" NK" >'4 cr NIP: "HH" :W'I'"> a H It V.
22 K. colilulnlliK 2(1> Ail"'**, illorr n1 i iIf ,
Is "fine
Band doing
de plans am under that P. H S. ;
I School another which gave wisely However there Is another time Miss Lllley teacher. KM.
Vwt de junior play. De I'I work." t to when the weather can't be blamedthe t..Urlc.al.11" IDA! rmbrerfiHNWi4 1
observing persona reasons of NWV4 ,Kx: I lot In NW r. .;
until the
> < It am "He Was A Gay ,, There was no scoring I agree with Lake City critics In time when so-and-so who I SECOND OKAIIK Cur. .H.SI '1'1'. 8 8. K !;2! J M: nun

B." Who he la or what notInesyou'll ', second half. In the third quarter cold from somewhereor workbooks tulninir 40) A< rtN, more .01 I I.HMOitirifnl .
the JasperStarke picked a we j
t two judging Starke's team \ up our activity No 1124 I'tntirurmi, NW'., : 1 l' ., Jt
be able to solve Palatka started inmade I score ending 18-0 in other begins to spread it are taking up a study of animals of .H 10'1,4 tI.... V '1',, 7..H It 22 1 14rontiilnlriK' ..
cede December 15. touchdowns with Starke sUllO. 40 Arrrs' more or IOMHiiml td ,', .\
the school of }\
around let's have ,
: their favor. That game was I say room. so we've decided to a zoo a''

'De Rainbow" made quite Middle of the fourth quarter '! tough and Starke fought with by letting out a nice big cough our own on our bulletin boaid. I'erhIt rate. fill 2'10> "''hr......... All i
Ia de Music classes last found the "Maroons" with three I I face and of animals v'e' of NI'":'/ of N I';', t N: nf road tx ..
the power of locomotives to hold right in his neighbor's We have many pictures ZOO ft Hrp. 2(1 7'p H' U tt 10rontulnlnir .. s.
while 'South of De Bor- touchdowns and still threatening I that score where it was. I gives It to him for no excusable for It. 15 AITHH, more or 1 less, I Y \ tl '
|IteIn8 to be de main song ontat -dangerously one time when deaf reason at all. That's the time It I Miss Hogsed teacher. Th. liMNffiifiiniiint or. Mitlil. |. | rlyiiinlvr
I The Florida School for the I the said. <...! llri I they didn't succeed. Starke having had apparently been keeping Its could 1 have been prevented. So- I were hi. the, 11 n in.'B .ux follow, t<>- rasp?
Jaderstand: dat Selma went dragged them back to a safe dis at wit: No. lOll and IDA were niuii/loojcl
: eyes on the Tornadoes-working and-BO could have: (1)) stayed TlllltU UKADK In the name.
pt-seelng! last Wednesday tance. Starke was still 0; it was I for revenge, for last year we hand home; ((2)) excused himself' until We have been studying the nec No fl23 WHM assps.ed l In the name t.

n. See anything unusual the last minute of the fourth defeat of the I coughing was over; ((3)) turned his 'I of beginning our stories or Kinlly F. Lynn. anil No 290 wan
,, I' ed them their only essity aHM.MMf>il .In th* IIHIIIO, of Harah It. ill \\1tf- .':
which "
quarter. Then something, season with a close score of 716. head away as much as possibleand with a. good Interesting sentence; I KohlnHonITnloiiM' I

Jean Davis and Grace Dew I made B. H. S. fans go silly with If it had it had plans for I II pressed the handkerchief hard so the following stories were selected wild t HI'I If I....li-. shall. l bsr.dcsnlc(1

dressed I Tuesday after- i hysterics and sent Starke bench- I revenge carried out this year for I IH. to his mouth thus making fewer ai the best from our class
an still sticks to a touch 'warmers dancing into the air B. S. ended on the bad side of chances of others' catching It. A. My Birthday ('resents.-When day of Iixrvmhoi, .t. .I U I'JIII --t for
1..1.1. thin 22'1. tiny of Nov m- things ,1
1 !In all her dresses.! Very I happened: All of a sudden "Sap-i the 14-0 decision. If Mary whose. face he ex- I was eight years old I had a her' A. II. 1919 > 1

tag! po" Ingram slipped a greased I Last match came last week ploded in, has good resistance' she party. They gave me a dress a (...-,../('/AI. UK:.AM A J lI.adror.1 Thomas. f / I granted now-a-days. I .
"I..rk of Circuit :
Jay column I have mentioned pass to Ralph Rhodes who finished I when Palatka and Starke "locked could probably have her face I pair of panties, and a toothbrush 'oun. y. Klorlilu. 11.24 5t 12.221111'r'11'Fl II The airplane, for example

rocker girls Just loads but out the remaining few yardsto i horns." The "Maroons" were a coughed in a dozen time and not ; eFa d the automo- .t.

five you de names of dls a touchdown. Not out of the "keep-your eyes open" team and know the difference.But I Uy Patsy Dew. NIIRUIKF'. .....1'1 bile-and electric sere ., ,

y' group of girls who have ordinary Is the fact that a touch-It.:.I final tales told bad news for the If Mary Is susceptable to B. An Unexpected Visitor-One f) Notion ANI>HK.i I.: ;hereby, Sheriff irlven of that Itrndforil. I, A. vice Think how the <

quite a hit here in our down was made, but the time Tornadoes Most action was In colds It won't take half that day when I came home from County. Klorlilu, by virtue. of a '
-: last minute of the I Write of Execution 1".1 l out of I mJgic: electricity 'r
Odessa made-the her visitor.
Kelly Myrtice was the second half the first half to give one. school we had an unexpected tl '
the Circuit Court of the Eighth
?broe Crosby, Joella Barry, I last quarter-and the smooth co- 'I'having been void of scoring. The The point Is: when you have a ( It was my aunt Nancy. She Judicial Clriull In itn
Mott Orlne Padgett' operation of the team In putting! ending say-so was 217. I cold try to remember there are had come to May a month day fIOrd of County Novvmliitr., Florida I'llli:. ,, 'In on that the .-8th..r- "_ ly dependable-how

fwtt. iva Mae Lewis and that one over. I I The season is over but one other people around you who feel By Joan Carpenter. taln ratios wherein Tru"man K..rtllli rates have become I .

*!HcGiuley., ] Dese girls] ala -I' That afternoon when the busses : post-season game remains to be I lorry for you in your misery but' C. Yesterday I Gathered Nuts--A I ..r Compnny.."d) >.slating| a| rnrpflratinfloraonls.d ,under .and' u.-. r...clle.apcr..ndche..pcr, I ,t':

live friendly smUe for left fifteen minutes apart the I played: Homecoming, December! don't want to share it if they can couple of my friends came over by virtu. of the lawn of the Stats while die quality of "'

nb anlJ Brooker is a swell I weather xpas cold. But when they I I 7th instead of 8th, as formerly I help itThrough. 1 to help me pick up nuts. We of I.: iurny"'Inrl"",. wax w.... defendant plaintiff l and hays. K "... service rendered has ',. ,
4111 and half an hour ; --- .------ I till
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from. returned planned. I I picked up 20 pounds We are go- lovlxil 1 upon the. following dcurrlhrilproperty. .

'1lnade de most startling,I I apart it was bitter freezing. It Surprisingly like our team are I'I the Keyhole 1 ing to sell 10 pounds of nuts and in Bradford. Mttiiat County, lying, Florida and being ti>- ,I,. ,,n+ become better: in t' :,

Pei de other day-and dat was the kind of cold that "doesn'tstop 1 the I. C. boys. Like ours they've, __ I keep 10 pounds for home uses wlt "'1, every way. I' '"j

T ttty wuz at bones," as Uncle been who the i Pitner Vandevlere.Mrs. HcKlnnlnir! lit HW corner nf Sc. The 'p
ai dat Margaret looks your made good showings have I Everyone in guessing' By lion 21, Township 5 South" flange. It: didn't "just happen" ,

'le heap like Claudette Col- Jim Adkins put It. completely] shut out only three I Sponsors' are. We have an Idea : Biggs teacher. 22 Kant and inn North on MHC-. trained men and women of the ': ';
Kant f.
lion line 1324) fnnt
-- times have won only one game who they are though. Don't we, I to a point of 'Ix-lflnnlnir 83 feat Sunshine Service organization t''' .

'ph ana i... H., we sho' am Old Jokes and have good players. Like I II Seniors because we voted for IO-H N'F.U.S: Kant of the <-..nt.r of State. Tlnnd I :
< I I elect No. 19, then1'ust: lot 'Test. arc on the job night and day to' .
aav you-all back at I Starke they've often had that 'I them. Everyone excited about We are going to a committee thence South and parallel with "
151 I 'Sin NT0 kidding. understand that L. M. I,' "certain something" go wrong homecoming and we know it will to clean up our room oncea Hint Road. No II I 100 font, thence bring!: you better service, greater )
I Jean-I I I Went fi>.> l Ices. t 10 a
100 t more or
of : week. We haven't definitely benefits and lower costs "to'f'
Always learned to speak Spanish in three which nobody can exactly explain be the biggest event the year. point' 83 feet Kant; of the renter

Mammy. I' in a good team, but which neverI I Gayle and Carolyn are still tell decided who It will be for the c.f mat Road No 18. thenreNorth

weeks.Miss Stump-I can't understandit. theless la there. Also they now I ing about the FloridaGeorgiaTech I'I first week. right of along way Kant of HI Ate aide Road of No.the r" t.t.t!

1 SCHOOL I as a result of constant losing are game and about the man The second period Biology Class 11 to the point of lifftnnlnit and SaeaAl tt d( Slutka 1':: '
I i I I Acing. 'In Section 24, Township 6
B' No and neither would ; Itching for victory. So Is Starkeit on the pole who took everybody'sglance seems to make some sorry grades South Range 22 Kant. and con- oSwlt
Jean ,
H. S. TODAY should be Interesting to fee 1 and held them breathless (pupils fault) taming one-fourth (>.4) acre, moreor :
the Spaniards. I We wonder what would happen !less, "
11 "t'hUI what happens. Helen went to Williston and an the property of I the Raid 13 1CMiirney. J. G. Spencer ;
day was the "Presl- examinedfor All games were at night except 1 1I liked the town very much. Wonder I If Ida Lee saw who Freeman defendant: that on the ,
t1" and all A woman was being 4th day of December, A. D 1939.
nksgiving, with the other
with St. Augustine ? Ralph Is lun bragging was night.
ref: driver's license, "And what :I the one why within the legal hour of dale,
ror the Civil Service a I about his favorite girl.: Why I Sam Simpson seems to have a namely between eleven o'clock In Manager ;I
the: is the line In the middle of the the forenoon and two ..'.....ck In the a .
day Thursday We
off. class.
SIXTH GRADE doesn't he date her? Karl E. has swell time in Biology .
> In afternoon, on old day at the
rlvJl Service were al-'I road fore she was I We are now studying about I many attractions In Starke. what [ are going fine on our project door of thn Coitrthoua In Htark" f f i tf I'I'c '
tl I the reply.Miss ..hailoffer ,
was liradford 1 Florida I
"For bicycles" I county' @ @
IV all I'r
M ones working; I China and Japan. They are very about this glrlH? Loral looked "How to Live at School. We appreciate for Halt to the highest biddor. -

observing the other II I -- U two.I Interesting countries. I; like a dream in her white evening !I the fact that the 10-S for rash In hand the.. 5bovl'd.srribrd
Fernandez-What I' property an the propertyof
used in a match? Our class made a prize on book :I <]ren.. news has been printed for the last K E. Kurm-y now held. aubjectt
its doors for theIr kinds of woods weeks the lien tie until' judtfitrnnnt by
I ) this week. W, are glad to see John Crews two "
would and be characters I Mrs Ahbl t.iiuU Morr.'w, ail 1 r
Jet udents gloried in1 Wanda Pearce, reporter back in school. Iva Mae and Marie Sam Simpson reporter I roin'ttratn .>f the Estate of D C.lCinlow @@m c

I ,t they would stay I would. ___ I ._.__.A. i -- I like a black Chevrolet. Billy and i ---i -- -- dl".used, tu satisfy.. said
lb: .
: : I Judgement, all fee and c *ta
ug today also. for File folder, binder, receipt I i, Buddy B. went straight to Law Engraved sympathy acknowledgement A. O. ANDHKU. Hherlff. of llradf -

:m tI4: big week-end for I Give a portable typewriter sheets. Bradford I ty and the Starke girls are just a *. Inexpensive. Bradford -: ..rd County. ."/..rld.. II IO tt U-' < '- ,,- _. .., .. t
books ledger I I
"''?rid 1 have Cfarhtma Brad ford Count .I I I Haxter and Ctoyton, Oalneevllle.Kla. .
o a great I I County Telegraph. little envious. County Telegraph. -
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,, Bride of Last Week 1 Jeanette Thomas Honored Nominating Group Named Praise Service Hdi

II SOCIETY and-CLUBS --- .-- i I On Birthday AnniversaryLittle Members of the Woodm a n At Presbyterian
---- M.ltlst.
held their
Circle regular meeting :
I 1 Jeunette Thomas, four A
I I Tuesday night at the hall with I "Thankngivirii.,
. I Miss Fugate Becomes Bride of :Mr. Wainwriffht I Knight assisted in entertaining, year<-el'il old Thomas daughter, was of the Mr. and honored Mrs. the president. Mrs. W. L. Andrews ice" was held I ],?" ,. "i 8.J,
some time with when lh,- ,,
I After spending presiding. '11, "
In Beautiful Church Ceremony Friday Evening their guests Mr. and Mrs. Wainwright P I guest Monday afternoon when her Ladies Auxlllai, \ ,( s ,

A wedding which centered the | The bride a petite brunette I left for a week's weddingtrip mother entertained at their home During the business meeting terlan Church h-M 'I'

Intcrefli of many friend throughout was lovely in her Ivory satin wedding to Miami and Key West. The 'from three-thirty until five o'- Mrs Andrews appointed the following monthly mpeiinu, i 'II) r

the stale was that of Ming gown fashioned princess bride traveled in a smart black clock with a lovely party. Jean- nominating committee to was held at tho Mln/, 111!

Katie Robinson Fugate, daughterof style and terminating In a long suit with white blouse and hei ette celebrated her fourth birth- : serve in the election of officers C. H Allen UH hst, ., Wt, !
Reuben train. The tight-fitting! I anniversary at this time. for the year 1940: Mrs. George
the late Mr. and Mrs. long accessories were In black. Uporj : I day I Autumn flout, .
:Montegomery Fugate and James sleeves, puffed at the shoulders their return they will make their Yellow and lavender chrysan- Inman, chairman Mrs. A. J. were i ? ''J*!"

Richard Walnwrlght. son of Mr. were made mousquetalre style home in Starke. I I themums, artistically! arranged in'I II I Griffis, Mrs. T. J. McIntyre, and in the used living as the ,'if'f'| ,,.,, ""IV

and Mrs. Newnan David Wain- with narrow points falling over The bride attended the Florida t bowls and baskets, were used In Mrs. C. J. Powell. opening en suite.anti! 'o'oe' r

wright. which was golemnlzed at the back of her wrists. Her veil 'State College for Women at Talla. I decorating One application for membership Mrs. C. F. Wart, ,

eight o'clock Friday evening in of white bridal Illusion, trimmedIn hussee where she was a pledge of During the afternoon the hon- was accepted, and the ritual presided over the IJres
_ .
_ the First Methodist Church the real luce, was attached to a the Zeta, Tau Alpha Sorority. For oree and her little friend enjoyed istic work was beautifully demon In the absence i""mm. % Sf
01 ">,
ring ceremony being halo of orange blossoms. Her playing many games. strated.At *''1
_ Impressive the past several months she has Mrs. R. F. Clark ,
performed by the Rev. Frank |, flowers were a shower bouquet of been employed by the Florida I Tempting refreshm e n t s of the close of the meeting1 tary pro tern. '1&
Robinson, pastor. : white bride's roses and valley cookies and hot chocolate were
State Employment Service with refreshments of cookies and hot lofrs. H. H.
_ The Interior of the church was lillles tied with a mist of white headquarters In Jacksonville. I I served by Mrs. Thomas assisted chocolate were served by the of the devotional Your, ", !tad, .,t

_ decorated with giant white chrysanthemums \union. Mr. Wainwright attended the by Mrs. Mallory Thomas. hostess committee, Mrs. W. topic 181m

_ and greenery: the Mrs. A. I. Spencer, matron of University of Florida in Gaines : About twenty young folk were Bryant Mrs. Vonda Inman and During"Prayer the of iulUflksgiv,1,

_f background being banked with honor and Miss Virginia Fugate ville where he became a member i present to enjoy the afternoon Mrs. J. T. Johnson. enjoyed "
palms and ferns. Bouquets of maid of honor wore gowns of social I with Jeanette. special musi tur
_ of the Theta Kappa by the
- chrysanthemums, tied with white aqua faille taffeta*with shirred fraternity. For the past several i Mrs. James Richard Wainwright/; -. Baptist Circles To Meet of Miss stringed Alice! quarrel, com
_____i tulle to each pew, formed the sweetheart neckline; short puffed F.namlez(
has been employed '
he who
by prior to her marriage last magazine of choiceat Grace
years Any your Dew
_oioioa. ._ ihrnuirh.... which the.. bridal sleeves, full skirts with a wide The four circles of the BaptistW. and M:"11% AUc?
--D" -------- the State Road Department, Friday night, was the inspirationfor greatly reduced price with the Fay
Yarbrough.After .
party passed. Further enhancingthe shirred ruffle and back fullness, I M. S. will meet Monday Dec.
beauty of the scene was an trimmed with velvet ribbon. Their Gainesville. wed- a series of lovely parties.Carolyn. Bradford County Telegraph.Calistreet : 3. The first three circles will meetat adjournmen of ,he I
for the
Out-of-town guests
altar arrangement of tall floor flowers were bouquets of Roose- Luther 3:00: o'clock and The Young ness meeting Mrs Allen

standards holding shaggy white velt rones. The bridesmaids and ding were: Mr. and Mrs. Roberta ( Matron's circle at 7:30 o'clock In her guests! a cemptir.g.

chrysanthemums and tall seven- junior bridesmaids wore dresses Estridge, Jr., Miss Hortense the evening. course, accompanied, with
w. C. Winterburn. Mr. and
branched candelabra holding of dusty faille taffeta fashioned -- Circle No. 1 Mrs. L. G. wichs and homemade cookie]
: Charles C. Smith, Mr. and Powell, .
white tapers, which ahed their along the same lines as those Mrs. I leader will meet with Mrs. --.'
Adkina, I C. A.
glow over the sanctuary. worn by the matron and maid of Mrs. Turnbull, Miss Lois Sees All, Hears All, Prints All Knight. Sigma Deltas Meet
Frank Garcia Ernest
Mrs. 'i
A program of wedding music honor. The bridesmaids' flowers bliss, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cham-, Helllll-Oooo everybody No, becoming quite expert in the art Circle No. 2, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Members of th Sigma

I was played by Mrs. E. K. Perry- were bouquets of Brier Cliff bliss, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Fugate, it isn't the moon coming over the' of window dressing No cor- leader, will meet with Mrs. Sorority met Thursday nigh

man, organist and Immediately roses while the Junior bridesmaids Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Spencer and mountain It's Jus' your ole I respondence course, or anything A. A. Jordan at her home at the last week at 7:30 o'clock) af

preceding the entrance of the carried baskets of pink daughter Anlce Mr. and Mrs. T. Carolyn coming up over Call St. It Just comes natural L. State Farm. home of Miss Clara Flume.'
bridal party Mrs. A. Z. Adkins roses tied with pink tule. Huck- O. Jones smiling his best smile In rangements of
Limbaugh, Mrs. Floyd potted plants
Mrs. L. U. Morgan will be
"Because" (d'Hardelot) and Mrs. Colley, aunt of the bride,
sang Miss the office and lookln' ifhe's used in
aby. Miss Martha Schenck Pardon my shortness of breath, as hostess for Circle No. 3. Mrs. decorating for the
Mrs. E. L. Biggs sang "I Love was becomingly/; attired in a gownof I H.
Rubye Fugate, all of Jacksonville; but things have been poppln' so glad to be back after the slon.
L. Is leader of
Hough this
You (Bond). The wed- blue lace with which she worea circle.
Truly" Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright fast the past week I feel like a Keystone outing | The Young Matron's Following a business and]
entered to the strains shoulder corsage of Talisman Circle
ding party Mrs. Bert A. Busbee, cross between Brenda Frazier and Plans gram meeting, the hostess |
of the "Bridal Chorus" from and family, are gettln' hot for the :Mrs. L. A Canova leader, will be e c
"Lohengrin" and the recessional roses.Mrs.. Walnwrlght. mother of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Patten Mr. Eleanor Roosevelt First there H. S. Homecoming The B'j ,entertained at the new home of hot chocolate and cookies toj

was Mendelssohn's "Wedding the groom chose a gown of rose and Mrs Archie. --Bryan- Tallahassee -..- was the wedding Then the been changed to Dec. 7 :-M->.-S_. -Paul__. _I beige lace. Her flowers were a ; Mrs. Ida M. uentry, UlfKC reception Then Gator Growlin sure to attend the festivities at be hostess. Helen and Marian Dowllng. t.

March. In I shoulder of gardenias. Geneva; Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark, G'ville Then the football the school and Bradford Park Sewell, Betty and Carolyn cl

The bride who her was uncle given, John corsage Reception Miami; Mills Marjorie Stump, game. Then But why go Everybody's Invited .The Ivy Lee Cone, and Loral Ben|

marriage by Altha; Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Oliver. on? It's practically the same Senior class with the able assist- overcome with football "spirit
had matronof Immediately following the wed-
Franklin honor Colley her sister, Mrs.as A. I. ding, a reception given by thebride's High Springs; Ressle Colson, story every week And still ance of Evelyn Stump, planning a shinnied up one of the high light- -t<< tt( .
Brooker; Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. there are the dumb bunnies who reception and I'll]( be disappointed ing towers and indulged In breath-
Spencer of Jacksonville. and asher I uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Russell Daniel want to know "what do for if I taking antics above the heads of G
Mrs. J. Hill Lawtey; you don't see you there .
maid of honor her twin sister, F. Colley, was held at theWoman'
Newton Jackson Hal amusement" small town! Hear spectators Fellow students
Miss Virginia Fugate. Mrs. Carl Club building and was Leesburg; In a we're gonna have a town FOR ANYON
Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones, station Road 13 finally had to and haul him'
Chambllss, Miss Martha Schenck, attended by a host of relatives Alexander, Filling row ( basketball team Geo Manassa go up
and friends. the Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Haynie, north from Call St.) did a land- Mac Toffalette, Mullet Smith, down Everybody appreciatedthe
Mrs. P, G. Fugate. and Miss Welcoming/;
Rubye Fugate all of Jacksonvillewere guests at the door were Mr. and Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. office business last Friday night Johnny Whlttemore, Buck Craw-I show except the Gainesville?

bridesmaids. Little Martha Mrs. Colley and Mr. and Mrs. N. Browning Ocala. 'Twas pay day for the Na-' ford and other well known police, who locked him up. .
tional Guardsmen who spent the "stars" Those who would have the
Jane Wiiinwrlght of Tallahassee, D. Wainwrlght. Standing in the You boys don't need a I seen
niece of the bridegroom, and 'receiving line were the bride and' Mrs. Green HostessAt 'week near Keystone Heights, and I' good referee do you? game if it hadn't been for the

Anlce Spencer of Jacksonville, bridegroom and their attendants. Informal Party | they really came to town to see Mrs. J. W. Morgan my favorite I acrobatics were: Carl and Clara
the sights Every eating place Mae Knight, Loral Bennett Johnny
niece of the bride, were Junior Ferns and other greenery form- hostesson purveyor of magazines, waxes -
bridesmaids. ed the background for the chrysanthemums Mrs. R. A. Green was last was jammed from Call St., as far philosophical "A youngstercame I I and Margaret Whlttemore. the
Mr. Wainwright hud as his best used In decorating the Wednesday afternoon St., north as Cook's grocery 200 in the other day looking for, Ed Wllliamzes Judge and Mrs.
week at her home on I soldiers in the Ritz theatre at one some information Ferryman Edith Rowe and guest,
man his brother, W. M. Wainwright club. The bride's table which In honor of on farming,
of Tallahassee. Ushers was placed in the sun parlor was when she entertained 'i I time Generally well-behaved, she says "I hadn't thought of I Marian Sapp, Alice Anderson,

were, W H. Graham, Charles A covered; with a handsome Italiancut Mrs. L. H. Jennings, with a lovely although there was a brief sessionof it till then, but I didn't have Mrs. H. A. Bishop, Jack Rosalind

Darby, Starke; Russell Daniel, work cloth, and centered with Informal tea. fisticuffs in front of a north single magazine that tells 11.1 I Williams and scads of others .
Yellow and white chrysanthemums -
Leesburg; and Newton Jackson, a triple tiered wedding cake decorated and red roses, attractively end night spot along about ten how to work-they only tell you Add proud fathers: T. T. Long

Gainesville. with delicately green-tinted bowls and vases, o'clock Nothing serious, how- how to have fun and enjoy yourseLf" I; It's a boy Don't you Just REMINGTONPortable
ftmlrAfa.._ .... T.Hilda rt >..K.A ...11... arranged ever, and I must say I like the love those
'- -"" a v. '''''''''3 i new fur coats that
tC surrounded the cake and 'silver I were room used where In the decorating guests the were living entertained way the boys liven up the streets I I Virginia Welsslnger the public I Georgia, Hope, and Lucy are Typewriterfor :

candle holders with white burning when they maneuver in this vicinity -. library's best customer is now in sporting Those who've beento
tapers were placed at each novel Something to look forward Panama Her husband, an the city recently report that as low as
the afternoon
The Perfect During many to when the camp Is per- engineer has been
of the table. given a swell Harold Wall looks fine, even
enjoyed. -
contests and were
Punch and Individual cakes, Those winning games prizes were manently located on Kingsley Job there He was formerlywith though he's still in a wheel chairat $5

Iced In pastel colors in the same Mrs. L. A. Should mean quite a few extra the Veteran's camp near the hospital A bad cold has
Mrs. L. G. Powell Per !Month
Gift nlckles in circulation, unless I here .
design the bride's They'll be missed
as cake were locally
Shepherd Mrs. J. C. Gamer, and I put a crimp In Don Hoover's
miss .
i served throughout the evening Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy. my guess and at Keystone, where they lived politickin' these last few days For the student or the
Earlier in the the .
from evening Another
I decorated tables interesting
attractively At five o'clock the guests were Keystone Well, here I am Just like a business mim "rom.
'placed at Intervals In the Wainwright-Fugate nuptials occupied personality: Mrs. Paul
I large ] Invited Into the dining room for Savage woman Once I get started I an there I'. no gift
the of .
auditorium. Pastel colored mints I spotlight course "Aunt Jane" to intimate
I I refreshments A color scheme of never know when to stop more uwful. See them.
and nuts were also served from A beautiful wedding it was, too friends She predicted the
pink and blue was carried out In After all, the Telegraph has to
the tables. All in candlelight and color present war last
punch Those early
serving spring, and
punch were: Misses Ruth and Lillian decorating the tea table and buf- And never: have I seen sucha now forecasts that Hitler will I' save a little room for the other Bradford CountyTelegraph ; j
lace '
features .
tet. A handsome Imported of So I'll be signing off
Sternberg, Misses Evelyn and lovely array femininity commit suicide or be assassinated
and linen cloth covered the table, now for this time And be back ]
Five sisters in !
MArjorie Stump. Miss Kitty one wedding sometime In February Re-
which centered with an artistic with
was you again in the next .
Hogsed, Miss Lois Adklns. Miss Jever hear the like? The men member the date .
Frances Peek, and Miss Martile and arrangement of hydrangea.pink roses Blue deserve a little mention, too Market Manager J. L. Gentry -Carolyn. ::i1

Hemingway in sprays (Poor things never get It In the has a cat ,____
Assisting servingwere candlesticks holding burning pink squirrel for a pet. <-- ----r- _
: Misses Loral I Bennett floral society columns) But they Add hobbles: John Godwin's airplane -
and balancing the
Shirley Colley. Gayle Sewell, and piece added further charm to the did look Cary Grantish in their modelling Things I'm:, FLOWERS
YOUR PHOTOGRAPH Patsy Ruth Walnwrlght. tuxes Frank Robinson (he thankful for this
table setting. A silver service at Thanksgiving: ,I All orders filled with careful considers!
Mrs. R. G. Kldd, Mrs. J. C. tied the knot) appeared at the That Betty Stringfellow looks aoj I
one end of the table was balanced individual
lion for the of the ]
Garner Mrs. W. M. church in full dress plus top hat lookable in
Wainwright, In. riding togs That -
by a large tray holding .
One of the ushers who'd Special attention given to promptness an'
Special and Mrs. G. B. Flynn Mrs. N. D. dividual salads which repeatedthe ( met Gayle Sewell has such luff-ly hair .

Wainwright, Jr., and Mrs. C. A. color scheme. Rolled Handwiches him the night before at rehearsal) Ruth Simpson's gorgeous eyes economy.
was taken completely off guard

Holiday QUIET YOUR STOMACH '! ribbon tied and with dainty pink open and faced blue He was looking for Frank Hear that Bill Pluoimer. the 8 Mrs. L. G. PowellPhone

Prices Today if you get the full nause- sandwiches nuts and mints were and failing to recognize him In Lawtey luminary was royally en- 123-J

ating feeling caused by too much also served. full dress went up to him and tertained by old friends on his ......., ...... -, -, .. 4'_ _'_J .. ...._. .... -

gas from acid-indigestion get relief -I The buffet, centered with pink asked him If he'd "seen the visit to Miami No more than

In three minutes by taking button chrysanthemums, was fur preacher anywhere around"! he deserves says I. If you -i

HOOVER Itlsma-Rex. This excellent tasting 'ther decorated with pink candles Imagine Russell's embarrassment missed out on your turkey at s.d /
BROS. antlacld Is sold In bottles of 50 home this year, drop _
and silver trays holding individual by to see
doses for SOc at the Rexall DrugStore Managed to look in on all the Verna Demorest or Clara
STUDIO cakes Iced in blue and topped Flume I
I Be sure you get Blama- with pink rosebuds. pre-nuptial parties except the rehearsal They won the Telegraph's
Rex- Carpenter's Drug Store In dinner. Bill and Blanche
Turkology contest .
I Mrs. O. L, Beasley presided at Smart gals,
Starke the tea table and Misses Arline I' Wainwright hosts at the club I'll say ;

Mann and Essie Coleman assisted house last Thursday Cold Joe Wilson, our alert real estate

Mrs. Green In serving. weather clouded the windows so I man had three inquiries Monday

to couldn't get glimpse, drat it! afternoon from families
Among those invited be with wanting
I draw the line at hole to
Mrs. Green and Mrs. Jenningswere key move to Starke You guess ]

INSURANCEHAROLDC.WAL : Mrs. O. 1... Beasley Mrs. W. close-ups (In spite of dirty cracks ed it No houses available ..
from certain I I ,
) But
sources I
Consequently they
E. Mlddleton. Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, moved ON Instead
Mrs. J C. Garner Mrs. K. L.! hear it was something in the of IN Too bad the
extra line I _
special More good growth of
our town has
liiggs. Mrs. A F. Sauls, Mrs. D. to be ,
things to eat . i -
P. Carpenter Mrs. T. T. Long Turkey stunted because we can't offer a' wee -mt
Mrs. Floyd Green. Mrs. L. J. mmmm decent shelter to the newcomers)
Someone said .Mt
Virginia Fugate
Green Mrs. W. M. Wimberly, _
AGENCY Mrs. Hogan Smith Mrs. A. K.Llghtfoot looked lonesome at church Sun Chas. Darby, T. K. McClane I, I _

Mrs. Jerry Moore, day Or was it just imagination Jimmy Drownlee, and Red Alvarez W1Pa4tI

Please Phone 146 Miss Clyde Nelle Thomas Mrs. R. ? Add similes: As blue as picked a moughty cold week to ;

Q. Kldd Miss Madge Mlddleton Martha Schenk'i eyes She wall go campln' down in Dixie County

Mrs. L. A. Mrs. one of the attractive bridesmaidsAnd Imagine confusion
Canova. G. \V., my tother

Alderman Mrs. S. P. day when I saw Mrs. H. L.,

GIVE Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, speaking of blue Dr. Parks' Brownlee emerge from the post-

YOURSELFA McClane. Mrs. C. H. vandlviere'l new car Is a heavenly shade office She started toward an!) I

CHRISTMAS PRESENT -11.119._.--. Wllmn" ..-.-- -A-.._...,-, ._ .. ....-. Can't blame Kitty- for driving- -it- automohlln n.______. -nrul.. ".,..i-..v., ruuuiu->-_..<-" .oe!. Ii
James Lewis around It's very becoming to waiting for her but
Mrs. V. H. Garden -Mrs. H.
Miss Arline Mann Miss Essie her style of beauty Freddy Brownlee! Answer: L'I

Coleman, Mrs. H. V. Knight/; Mrs. Hawks and Jimmy Long in from Mrs. H L 13's sister. Mrs. T. ?

FREE L. G. Powell, Mrs. One Wiggins the Lake The latter Is one of Limbaugh, that I saw first I Experienced the animal proleini,

Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs. Hubert St. Paul's outstanding football They look so much alike and both
Priest. Mrs. Earl Searing, Mrs. W. players this season Bee Cady have my favorite shade of iron-I raisers have found that the cereal and mineral

N North Mrs. M. B. Herlong visiting with sister Beverly gray hair II pays to feed Tuxedo elements, Including

Mrs. J. W. Klncald and Mrs. R. DeWitt C. Jones strolling down The Joe Wilsons, Morgan and I Eggniash In either their layers
L, Matthews. Call St. I believe he still Jean Darby, the C. A. ]I manganese,

6 PIECES ROGERS SILVERWARE -----. likes Starke, though Gainesville is and Klvalee Manassa, and Futchs Ethel, All, mash or pellet form. need. Come in, M

Enough To Set One Place Executive Board".Meeting I headquarters now |Taylor were among those from I They have found they us explain why you ;get

I Did you see "The Women" here at Gator Growl last get more eggs at lower feeding" value!
Friday <<
GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY, GRATIS The regular meeting of the Executive Twas a wow! Not a man in night They net greater
report that cost because profittedo
Tux. Increased
WITH Board of the Woman's the hull thing but I and
EVERY enjoyed It Darby
Sit IN TRADE. SEE IT ATSMITH'S Jones. ex-localite made I
Club will be held Thursday afternoon anyway and had no trouble pick- big hit with his gymnastic I Eggmash contains with Tuxedo Eg"na"h."

December 7, at 4:30: o'clock. Ing myself out Wonder If anyone formance per

GARAGE in' the club building, with the J I i. else thought about It? Another display of acrobatics S. R. JOHNS SON!

E. H. Smith president Mr. K. G. Duacan Mrs. Chalker busy coaching the not on the program held &
Starke Fla. presiding. All members the
of the 1 Junior play Have a feelingits crowd

Board are urged to attend. I I I gonna be good Pat Lamb's enthralled game .at A collltch the Homecoming boy Near S. A. L. Depotwirtrrw JStarke, f

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r- BITS of LOCAL NEWS : Celebrate Golden Wedding Anniversary \Valnwri Kht-F ate I elected for the year 1040.; Presi

Mr and Mrs. A \Vetldinj Party Honored i dent. Mrs. W. E. Middleton; vlco-

H Green, popular' Mi, ind Mrs W. M. Wainwright 'president, Mrs. F. H. Long; recording -

ulna, \lmassa, spent Tuest Miss Kssle,; Coleman spent Miss Kitty Hogsed is spending I residents of Starke >>t Tallahassee were hosts at a secretary, Mrs. E. L.

)Jacl", ruble. Thanksgiving Day in Olustee with the Thanksgiving holidays in who celebrated I dinner party given In honor of Williams; corresponding secretary -

.- relatives Jacksonville with her aunt :Mrs. I their Golden Wedding \- trllIt the Walnwright-Fugate wedding Wins Olive Ray; treasurer,

Lad Mr'I., ,I. A Davis spent I Kitty Lane. Anniversary party and hold at the Woman's Miss Amelia Ray: superintendentof

ID ,Fa? k ,.nvllle. Mrs. A. F. Sauls and Mrs. W. here last week flub bullillriK Immediately follow i mission study Mis I. P. Shep

!_ M. WImberly spent Wednesday In Miss Marjorie Stump of Altha Mr. Green is> a native ing the wedding rehearsal Thursday herd; superintendent of supplies,
Epperson spent Jacksonville.Mrs. o f Bradford evening of last week. /,
Mrs I D.
V; Is spending the Thanksgiving holidays Vlning; social Christian -
I/I'ksonville. County while Mrs Quantities of shaggy yellowchrysanthemum
In with her parents, Mr. and relations, Mrs. L. A. Davis;
::11 --- Artford Brown and Miss Green was born in e din .
Mrs. F. F. Stump. ; arrang chairman of local work Mrs. J '
rinaon of Huge was a Edith Rowe spent Monday In Baker County but basket and !large vases adorned I L. Anderson; baby specials, Miss
1 j.
B here Cumday> afternon. Jacksonville. I has lived here (the auditorium and sun parlor Kate Struth; literature and publicity -

t --- --- ------ Mrs. S. P. Vandlvlere and son since she way' t where the guests gathered. Mrs. Pearl Simpson; World

-, uses spent Thanksglv- Perry Middleton of Brunswick Pltner are spending the Thnnks-I twelve years old The bride table placed In the Outlook Agent, Mrs. A. Wood
Fitzgerald, Ga., with Ga., was the guest Sunday of Dr. giving holidays In They were mar- sun parlor was covered with a Mrs.
In Middleton served! theSociety
.if and Mrs W. E. Middleton.S. with Dr. Vandiviere. Ga"1 ried o n October handsome lace cloth and decorated -
'1ft. as president last year.
I 31, 1889. They with low bowls! of chrysanthemums
members were glad that
r Oullard and child- C. Peacock of Umatllla was Mr. I have six living Long burning yellow tapers -
and Mrs.\ W. S. Johns and aha again accepted this important
II"Ann: ], and Judith, oft the week-end guest of his cousins, daughter, Dorothy were guests children and 16 4 In silver holders placed at Intervals office 1 1Plans
Ga. were week-end Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green. of I grandchildren. on the table added to the 1
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. L. J.
)Ir and Mrs. John I Johns dcrornllve .....-.h..m...-...-.. were discussed for commencing -
d In Jacksonville.
and Mr and Mrs. C. F. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams I Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark have I Mr and Mrs.oJ L Molpua Mi and Mrs Wainwright presented I ho church: work and on the the Interior of* i ",

spent Thanksgiving In Hawthorne returned to their home in Miami I spent ,the weekend In Gainesville I, Miss Fugate and Mr. I following
d Misses Ruth and Edith Rowe,, committee was appointed to arrange
with Mr. Williams' mother after spending" some time here as j with Mm Molpus' parents, Mr. Wainwright with the steak set to
Miss Lillian and Mrs. 'I for the work: Mrs. L. A.
5'u2r Sternberg of Mrs. Claik's parents, und Mrs. P. H. Perry. Saturday their pattern of silver alt a'
guests Davis Mrs. I. D. ,
Th Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Light- Artford Brown spent Tuesday aft Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Mr. and Mrs. Molpus attended memento to this lovely occasion. 'I Vinlng. Mrs A.
Z. Adkina. Mrs. Frank Robinson dMrs.
SNOW : foot and T. N. Limbaugh spent ernoon in Gainesville. Sr. the Klorlda-Ga, Tech football The guest list Included the honlorees. K. a. Matthews and Mrs., M
last Thursday In Jacksonville. game. Miss Katie Fugate, and her
I II O. I. Haynes :
Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs spent fiance, James Richard Wainwright -
Use Our Xmas j i Mrs. W. M. Hodges is spendingthis Thanksgiving in Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Land- I Miss Virginia Fugate, Mr. The devotional service was led
rum and children, Idell and Martha Mr and Mrs C. A. Knight and by Miss Amelia Ray who was as-
Y.AWAY PLAN, week In Brooker with her their son-in-law and daughter, and Mrs.\ J. F. Colley. Mr. and
spent the week-end in Inverness Miss| Loral Bennett spent Thanks- Hinted by Miss Amy Coburn and '
I daughter Mrs. C. L. Ackeison Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nussbaum. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Sr.,
II as guests of Mr. Landrum'B \giving Day in Callahan as guests Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. Mrs A. Wood.
I J. A. Land- of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Powell, Mr. 1
Mr. and Mrs. -- -
Mrs W. B. Sewell returned; to parents E. L. Biggs, Judge and Mrs. K. r,
and and Mrs. C. C. Shepherd, and a
her home last week after spendingsome Misses Evelyn Marjorie lum. K. Perryman, the Rev and Mrs. '
time In Eustis with rela- Stump and Miss Virginia Fugate Mrs. James Shepherd. Mrs. Frank Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. N. FLORIDA THEATRE ;

tives. attended the Fla.-Ga. Tech foot- Mrs G. W. Alderman spent the Knight and Miss Bennett remained D. Wainwright Jr. W. H. Graham OAINKSVII.IJQ.' FLA.

!- ball game In Gainesville Satur- first of the 'week and Thanksgiving In Callahan for a longer visit. Charles Darby; Mr. and Program for the week beginning\ i

Mrs. O. J. Griffin of St. Augustine day. Day In Tallahassee as the ----- I Mrs A. I. Spencer and daughter Ikmwtmlxrr\ I, I9SD

spent the week-end here guest of her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Tucker and Anlce; Miss Martha Schenck.
Mr. and Mrs. George C. daughter Mlus Barbara Annette 1 Miss Mr. and Mrs LAST TIM.$ TODAY
i with her daughter Mrs. E L. Mrs. H. O. Rivers of Auburn- Rubye Fugate I.10NKI. UAItltVMOItIO I.H\V 1
Biggs. dale visited her father, W. J. white. Tucker, formerly of Jacksonville, 'Carl Chambllss, and Mrs. Perry AYItKHNKITOKT "s
I are their home hero, and all of Jacksonville Mr. ''n ; J
I Johns, at the home of Mr. and making Fugate, ; : OF nit. K1LDAKK" q'.aa
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid spent Mrs. ,Mallory Thomas last week- L. A. Rennolds of Richmond at present have an apartment In and Mrs D. T. Clark of Miami;

Thanksgiving Day In Tampa with end. Virginia spent several days here the old Priest home now owned Russell Daniel Lersburg; New- Saturday. Only ',

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. .. last week with Mrs. Rennolds. Mr. by Mrs Hildabelle Bence. Mr. ton Jackson, Gainesville; and IN"'RI.I'I Charles' lilckford WMVri II K--I'IIO'II'Dorothy i "
Durden. and Mrs. Rennolds spent Satur- Tucker is agent here for the Sin Martha Jane Walnwright, young 14 4
Mrs K. G. Duncan spent sev- day In Jacksonville and Glen St. clair Oil Company and Mrs. daughter of the hosts. Nolan In i,
in Jackson- ONK IIOUK TO .:
eral days this week .
S. H. Blitch and son S. E. Mary. Tucker is manager of Tuck'sCafe. -- ---.--- -- -- -- -81"-
ville with her father, who is seri-
Blitch, of Lakeland were recent New Officers Elected Billy Ilallop (of Dead End Kids) !'

guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. ously. ill in St. Vincent's Hospital Miss Marion McKinney, a stu- For Methodist. S. C. S. Mary Carlisle Larry Crabbe t I

Brownlee.Mrs. dent at the Florida State Collegefor Mrs. D. J. Clark of Tampa was tn y 1
Women at Tallahassee will the guest of her brother-in-law The Woman's Society of Christian "'OAI"" A MUNSKNHKK"Munilay : x

Miss Edna Hutto of Jackson- spend the week-end here as the Service of the Methodist
DeWitt C. Jones of Gaines- and sister Mr. and Mrs. L. I) A: Monday
ville spent several days here last ville arrived Wednesday to spendthe guest of Misses Evelyn and Mar- Green, last week Wednesday of church met Monday of last weekand William IbweliMyrna Loy F t

The week as the guest of her mother Thanksgiving holidays with June Stump.G. last week Mr. and Mm. Green and the .following officers were In"ANrrllldli ,

Mrs. A. M. Darby. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Mrs\ Clark spent the day as, --- THIN MAN" mk
L. Patten'' of Tallahassee Futch. Mr. and Mrs LlmbaURh ll
: Hutto. guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Peacock OUH GANa""cOMEDY
DENMARK the week-end here with re will leave DeLand Sunday for aweek'a
NN N H. Mrs. F. F. Flume Miss Clara spent in Jacksonville and Satur- "CWJWN 1MCINCKMS"
latives. He was accompaniedhome visit In Orlando before returning -
I Mr. and Mrs. Green and Mrs
Flume Mrs. Annie Colson Miss Yancy A. Harris of Washington, day
Marion and Edwin Per- of by Mrs. Patten who was the Clark attended the Georgia Tech- to Starke to continue TiMlmtajr A W.dn.s.lay '
Dowling last week
[I FURNITURE GO. kins spent last Thursday In Jack- his D. C.,brother-in-law was the guest and sister, guest last week of her mother, Florida football game in Gainesville ",- i their visit. with Mr. and Mm.Brownlee I Victor McLAglen In Jackie Cooper ?

: Mrs. E. E. Canova. .
sonville. Congressman and Mis R. A. I 'THK: 1IIO U(1\-" f

Green. I unmmnnonnnnu',!, )'-"iInonIFFF''.''.!'' ''_nu'i i llnmitiim' 'iHimmiijiniiliiiiiiiiminnmiiifliliiiillKMCCTKIO ''' ,!!,,!, ,!! ''
Mrs. Carl Johns and children, Mr and Mrs. H. L. Hrownlee < U IKINGIty 1 Thurs., "'rt.. (Dec. 7-H')

NAT SEZ Carl Lamar and Sandra, left Sun- and daughter, Madge; and their I'lrniiNpd KlertrlvlnnKKAHON.UlLK Kay Kyser and hiM orchestra ;
: Miss Carol and Miss Annie day for Tampa to visit relatives house guests Mr. and Mrs. T. N. I THICKS Adolph Menjou $$1
v In, students at Southern College ;
+ Part They were Joined Thursday by of Jacksonville. loft In
Advertising.. on the radio Is i. getting week-end Limbaugh Cull or write '\
in Lakeland were -THAT'S ItIOIlT'Ol'nf!
t the thinI Mr. Johns who spent Thanksgiving Wednesday to spend the Thanks- : '
to be quite / guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. ; O. J. I'HILIJI'SLawtey .1 WIUN
day with them. giving holidays In DeLand as
heard a broadcast the other night F7r1."p.
advertising a certain brand of Davhs.I' ,, guests of Col and Mrs. J. E.: -, ,,"' ill' ", ',,'",,,,iiiii, ii .,,;iii ,ll,,t,ioi,, ...- -
Mrs. Emma Anderson, Mrs.
hose .sold. exclusively nt drug office of Dr. J. W. Brown- : ,
The Pauline Stone and children, Billy.
mores.It I' lee dentist is undergoing exten-! Betty and Peggy, and Miss
must sound funny to hear a sive alterations this week. The all of Archer DELIVERY
customer in a drug ,store dill for work is being done by J. H. Mamie Anderson Thanksgiving Day of
r were guests
two CO pills and a pair of two Fields. I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson.Mr. s. R. JohnsntrD
thread hone. Wouldn't you /get a ,

laugh If tuned In some night and
you Mr and Mrs. J. D. Cottrell and Mrs. H. H. Coleman of
and heard Unit Carter's Little of Leesburg and Mrs. E.
family Sanford Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mc-
Liver Tills. were sold at jour local M\ Talley of Tavares were week- Lane Sr., and Mr. and Mrs.:

dry goods store only.Nationally end guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Roscoe McLane, Jr., of Gaines- NTY45AKKIN"?

*-, Advertised Sewell. ville were dinner guests Sunday & Sons +
of Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Wilson. M.l<
1 Miss Frances Hemingway of BI'ACK

PRyv OOF Holiday Gifts Jacksonville Is spending the John M. Ch.l/ker/ a student of
with her i
6h'hh Thanksgiving holidays The Citadel at Charleston, S. C.. CASH AND CARRY PRICES
patents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Hem- arrived Wednesday to spend the i

,. HICKOK BELTS ingway.Mr. Thanksgiving holidays with his COOKING BANANAS 't
/ :. 1 mother Mrs. C. W. Chalker and I 75c 10
c"' with initialed buckles and Mrs. R. R. Hutchings grandmother Mrs. A. M. Dai'by. OIL, Gallon 3 Pounds e I

Monlle, of Gaines-
and daughter
1.00 and $1.50
t' I '
ville were guests ThanksgivingDay Miss Marlon Sapp of Jacksonville .
of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. spent the week-end here as FANCY MIXED

with HICKOK or without TIE collar pins Hutchings.Mr. I the Saturday guest Miss of Miss Sapp Edith and Rowe.Miss: CRACKERS, Ib. 15c. BACON, Lb. 7c .'

$1.50 and Mrs. R. L. McDowelland Rowe attended the Floilda-Ga..
50c $1.00
t Mr. and Mrs ,John McDowell, Tech football game in Gainesville.Mr. FAT Jersey ;
all of Jacksonville, are Thanks- 15c 5
;: HOLEPROOF SOX giving guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. George W. Marks ,

r.(r ".: Nicely packed in Xmas John Uglow. and daughter Marjorie, of De-
Land spent the week-end here as 2 Pounds LARD
Boxes Mr. and Mrs.\ E. S. Matthewsand guests of Mrs. Marks' mother.

3 Pairs for $1.00MANHATTAN Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthewswill Mrs. A. M. Darby. SaturdayMr. ONIONS 5 C Pound 9 eI

., spend the week-end in Or- Marks and Marjorie, attended i
land guests of Dr. and Mrs. H.B. Tech foot-
as the Florida-Georgia I
McLendon ball game In Gainesville.'CentaWord. Fancy York Macaroni, SpaghettiAPPLES4

'' SHIRTS and PAJAMAS -- Lbs. 10e or Salt, 2 pkgs. 5 e y

Give lovely $1.95 Mrs. D. P. Carpenter spent sev-
I\V $2.00 eral days this week In Jackson-

Twain Shirts ville with her sister Mrs. T. T. Maxwell House Fla. Pork
OLEPO; Mark Long who Is confined to St. Vin 25c 15p ;
$1.65MENS cent's Hospital. WANTED TO BUY cows and COFFEE. : ,
hogs. Market prices paid on .. r
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wright and grades. J. D. ODOM, box 247.
IOSIERYy I TIES Jeannette Abraham of Lacoocheewere Starke Fla. 331lyr.p i
SUGAR 5 Pounds
week-end guests at the home 23e
Nor East
Wembley Mr. and FOR SALE -- Davis Ever-Bright
of Mrs. Wright's parents
combined InC Townley and Raleigh Johns. house paint. $2.58 per gallon.
Mrs. Corley
? f Hosiery he( 50c and $1.00 Orders taken now for delivery KITCHEN OLEO ,.,
I as late as May 15: 1940 at this.
1 the quality J. Fitzgerald has returned 5 12c
woman Mrs. '
the newest, most every correct colony MANHATTANHANDKERCHIEFS to her home In here Tampa with I low ,price.Starke-, Fla.Mike Maruca'sStore 11-10-41 I MATCHES, 2 Pkga C Pound

weights.We'll help you after enjoying a visit

ur choice i and pack your her son-in-law and daughter Mr. FOR RENT Furnished apart- Charmer '
it o and Mra M. F. Brown. ment. Mrs. Florence Canova. 11 Mixed G'ound
Christmas box of no appreciated by COFFEE C
dgrge, are always can MEAT Lb. 15e "
men who know Russell Daniel of Leesburg, an FARMS WANTEDWe have sour ] ,

Pairs Pure linen 25c & 50c attendant In the Walnwrlght-Fu-I' eral inquiries for small farm bar- n
$3.00 Handkerchiefs wedding Friday night was g4lnx--Wilson Realty Co FRESH
"wi I gate
a K>ar-i.<
'Pairs Mrs. E. L. Matthews.
$2.00 box FOR SALE- one young spotted
$1.00 ,
In tiff ass Poland-China sow with six
Mrs. E. E. Canova Mr. and Mrs. two-months-old pigs. See Ira Sliced Breakfast Large Head ; I

Single Pairs BEDROOMSLIPPERS L. A. Canova, and lions Levy and W. Andreu, rt. 2, box 444, BACON Pound 1ge ;
Thanksgiving Dayin LETTUCEIUC
85c, $1.00, $1.15 George Tallahassee spent as guests of Mr. Starke., Florida It ,
and Mrs. G. L. Patten.Dr. LOST-a white with black spots
'9th lr the the only(food hosiery HOUMI for the family Boston bull dog. Has one F TUXEDO Tuxedo Egg F

I.,1"'Wn.th.uarantee I, 'tter Fabric and the Tenting seal SOc up to $2.25IT Miss. Madge and :Mrs.Middleton W. E. Middleton and Ger-, brown Answers eye to the and name one blue of Sport.eye SCRATCH $1. 90 I MASH $2. 60 .t

ald Middleton spent Thanksgiving Return to Mrs. N. T. RItch, E E
in Jacksonville IUI guests of and receive reward lip
Mr. and .frs. E. L. Middleton. CfMCO ."
FOR SALE Hen house 10x36 E SHORTS $1 65TUXEDO] $1 80 E ',

The Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Light- feet, space for 220 hens, good 4 .

foot and daughter, Nancy, left board floor) cypress rafters 0
Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving nests, and roosts. Also chicken D Complete Line Fruit Cake Materials at Reasonable Prices j

in Miami with, their parent fertilizer. A. Wood, call Bes- jl

_Mr. and Mrs. Albert UghtToot sent Rd., E. Starke. It l



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PAOE SIX :::::, t

FARMERS' SECTION H. Tolbert Black I P LIVE STATE NEWS I SENTENCE Tallahassee: CONFIRMED, Arthur Jordan's I OWXKR Tallahassee MUST-; A pti-, "? Otll ,

I Plans To Run For __ -- -- -- -- .::. I death sentence for killing his wifeat of $1,600 for Earl ,it viitne
-- Ocala was affirmed by the who lost
01 t '. .
Circuit Judge SUCCEEDS< <: 11US1i.ANDTallahasseeGovernor nlES-NOT FROM: SHOCK Supreme Court less than a week result of a dOM a

HINTS FOR TilEllOVSElIOLD BERRIES SOON I Fred P Ralford, The unexpected news after the State Pardon Board Beach County \\ '?," .
I I The following item ;rom a recent Cone appointed Mrs. J, Paul that the State Pardon Board !tat l commuted it to life imprisonment.The day by the Sup' ?,
AT Issue of the City
freedom too result that Jordan won'tgo
Gaines tax assessor of Sarasota granted him his was .Is court upheld., \ .q,
I : porter will be of Interest to those much for an aged negro convictat to the chair, because the Par- Harold
MEAL PLANNINGBy Plant City -- While there maybe I: with ( county to succeed her husband, E. Fergu ,>.
like polltics" -
who to "keep '
up Florida farm here- don Board now has no French
Anna Mae Sikes a few strawberries coming tot who died recently. the prison authorityto bull dog; '
I : when told ot revoke the commutation. Par- Terrell lunoil
he fainted Sunday
Extension NutritionistMeal town next week. Indications pointto .--- wrote the ,p,, .,
planning is an art as well the possibility of the first "flur II. Tolbert Black of Macclenny, BOILING WATER his good luck and he died 1 test! don Board attaches said they did that Gangwer, a n, k i ,
formerly of Lake City was here FALLS INTO He was Coleman not know the Supreme Court Toledo qe
as a science. Make the necessary ry" of strawberries from this sec- Sullivan, 38 Monday night appeal Ohio sut,. "
changes In your day's meals and between the first and I on legal business Tuesday and let Arcadia,-Dodger Mathis, who had served three was pending at the time of mental and physical ?
tion along
last week Oll
the some of friends know that he was suffered severe burns of a ten sentence for Jordan's application for commutation -. of the bite 11. be
with year
then check them sugges- tenth of next month, weather and fell years and the ',?,
tions below and see if they observe conditions permitting. That, according -I planning to enter the race for when backward he lost Into his balance large kettle of 1[ assault with intent to murder in The board commuted four him in the pert, "?,,,?"ml,i
these requirements which from throughout circuit judge in the Eighth Jud- a | Jackson County. His exact age death sentences at its recent ses- duties.ROADS. 0
to reports
add to the attractiveness and en- the section, will be when the, icial circuit in the same group boiling water he had prepared for II was not known. sion, -- .4
with Judge A. Z. Adklns there 'use In slaughtering hogs. Doc- .. SOON l>.Aft.,
Joyment of meals: first fruit of the season will be- 1 -- w1J.Bb;
being four candidates in all in tors held little hope for his re- Tallahassee, Thllll
Do not repeat a food or flavorIn gin to come along relatively regu- this group. covery. SHERIFF IILAMELESi4TallahasseeFlorida's DECISION ON LICENSES I formed State office, < 'T

the same meal. lar. Formal announcement will not Supreme Tallahassee, The Supreme start patrolling Fi<,r',))6 who
Court held that sheriffs not
Do not serve the same food in Some berry patches look splen- are Court decided last week that improper December 4 II Kh
be made by Mr. Black until later, CANNING nJ<:CORD BROKEN will
for the actions of their
the same way two meals in sue did, it is reported, while others responsible conduct is sufficient to authority to
but there seems little doubt that Tampa, Florida citrus can- arrest \ ,1 for
when the latter '
cession. : do not look so well. On the I deputies are overstepping warrant revocation of an insurance -: ing traffic laws. V
and turn- Tht
he run neries broke all records
whole however it Is expected that their authority, last we k. l1ewly.o
obtained by simple license whether Ized
agent's or
Variety highway
Mr. Black was born and rearedin ed out 11,377,638 cases of citrus Ada Malone sought to collect $50 patrolat 'w trai,
will be
meals of a few foods which give the forthcoming crop not his action is Illegal. Justices Bradenton has
Columbia 1938-39
county. products during the sea- '"'
000 from R. C. Howell former deredmotord
meals rather more or less normal except that ,
variety In the day's from acanners' divided four to two in affirming automobiles and 1 u
son, according to a report
than in any one meal. the acreage this year is probablysome made pub- sheriff of Putnam County, be- Treasurer W. V. Knott, State Insurance for its officers. Aui mo"Z;
BETHEL organization ') ,
under that of last season cause her husband John Malone,
Contrast In color increases the Ily :\lrll. D. I). Woodard lic here today. The output for\ was killed in 1931 by a group of Commissioner, who re- be painted ivory and black _,,
appeal of food. Too much color the was 8,260,4411cases. I voked the license of Paul B. bodies and black tops
previous season Md
officers raiding a whiskey still fen
Is to be avoided. A garnish may 3,800 Rural Homes I Hanks St. Petersburg agent. Dis- -and the color scheme
Mrs Ralph Gainey and baby, Justice Rivers Buford wrote the WI
color, but, senting, Justices Brown and Bu- carried out .
be used to supply on the
Receiving REA Power Debris, were visiting Mrs. Lizzie Supreme Court opinion molorcy'
should always be edible and used I I upholding I ford said they believed the law Every vehicle will be
Lee Monday. a circuit court verdict in favor of eouin
ivln the commlasioner autho with.. a l-An n.
In small amounts.Contrast Thirty-eight hundred farm 8 g r y --- D" "'U. ...mnrm' $
Tommy Lee of Tampa is visit- Tallahassee, The State Con- Howell. ;: are
in texture adds to the homes in Florida have obtained I to revoke licenses for "illegal and shade between khak ana
ing relatives here. servation Department reported to-
conduct" is unconstitu drab. The
pleasure of eating. It is a good electric power through coopera- TWO CHILDREN BURNED improper patrolmen art not a
Mrs. Emil Johnson of Starke day that Dowdy Sims caught an
soft and I tional. cerned with criminal
Rural i
plan to have something tives established by the law emit
Inches Tampa, Two children "
was the dinner guest of Mrs, D. eight-pound mullet, 27 were I
but ]
to chew. Electrification Administr a t Ion Attorney
something D. Woodard and family Thanks- long In the St. Johns River recently. painfully burned, In an odd acci- Gene
Contrast in flavor is important. during the past three and a half It is the largest mullet listedin dent here Tuesday of last week, ORIGINAL OWNERS FAVORED George Couper Gibbs hSI J
giving day. that
Serve only one strong flavored years, the State Agricultural Extension the department records, O. M. resulting from the efforts oi Tallahassee, Original owners they have full powers !
Mr. and Mrs. Walter make arrests for
food in a meal. Service learned today. Starlingwere Davis, Conservation Departmentagent Leonard Fewox, 10, to start an old probably will get first consideration traffic vlolat
the dinner of Mr. and either on warrants ,
Plan only one creamed dish to REA operations began in this Mrs. E E. Lee Sunday.guests reported Sims caught the automobile. The boy, according to if they want to repurchase observe the infraction 01 where

a meal. state about three and a half years i fish in Duval County. Perry Fewox, his father, was tax delinquent lands which reverted -

Whenever possible, make over ago and it has established five Miss Gladys Lee was the week-: pouring gasoline directly into the to the state under provisionsof
I cooperatives embracing 20 coun- end guest of Miss Leafy Starling. carburetor of the the tax redemptionlaw.
the left-over food or at least I BERRIES BRING $7 A PINT car when the Murphy
serve it in a new food combina- ties to date. A total of 1,092-, Mr. and Mrs. Cal GliSHon were Bushnell -The first pint of I' gas flared up and burned his arm. Trustees of the Internal Improvement BUSINESSDIRECTORY
000 has been spent by this visiting Mrs. Glisaon'a parents, Fund
i strawberries to be offered this I Frightened he tossed the burningcan hearing suggestions -
tion.Acids ment agency for establishment of, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Carter at aside from various at a !
sharpen appetite, there- season at the Farmers Market striking his sister, persons
fore they are good at the begin three cooperatives that have been Florahome Sunday. here were sold today for $7 to a Catherine, 13, whose clothes be. meeting here, said rules to be followed -

ning of a meal; sweets, which dull organized and are now function- We are sorry to report that local buyer. They were grown byJ. came ignited. She was burned all in disposing of thousands

the appetite, are best at the end Ing. Allotments totalling $307- Mrs. Marion Glisson is on the C. Lovett west of here in the over her body but hospital attend- of pieces of land will be adoptedsoon.

of the meal or taken along with 000 for two cooperatives. not yet sick list. We wish her a speedy Wahoo section. Livestock sales ants said her condition was fair. Governor Cone and other The
organized also have been made by recovery. trustees said they believed the
other foods to dilute them. included 200 head& of cattle and I
Serve only one fried food or REA. Bro. Inie will fill his regular : 300 hogs. The top prices for NO MORE INTIMIDATION original owner should have the + that

rich dish In a meal. Coopratives now providing elec- appointment Sunday afternoon at Florida steers was $6.60 and the, Miami,-J. A. Colescott of At. first opportunity to repurchasethe

Light desserts go with any tricity for farmers include the I Bethel. Everybody welcome. top for hogs was |4 70. lanta, new imperial wizard of the lands, but there has been no everybodjknows

meal, but substantial desserts are Clay County unit at Keystone I --. I Ku Klux Klan, said recently he decision about what prices may

most effective with a light meal. Heights, which serves Alachua, HAMPTON HUNTER CRITICALLY HURT I did not "Intend to tolerate" such be fixed. The :Murphy law gave lly4

Serve only one dessert at a meal. Bradford, Clay Putnam, and UnIon Miss Ada Nimmo Arcadia,-Austin Brewer, 50, of methods of intimidation as the the trustees authority to sell reverted "I
Counties; the Sumter County nearby Owens, wan in a critical burning of firey crosses and lands to the highest bidder

WHY suffer from Colds unit at Busbnell, which serves Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dobson condition in a hospital here todayof I parades of white-robed figures for cash.

Sumter Marlon, Lake and Her- received in fall from through negro sections that occurred t
Injuries a
and E. H. all of Sanderson Ir.COCACOLA.
For quick nando counties; and the West Bryan a tree into which he had climbedto before a city election here FOR BABY'S COMFORTMcGee's
of Miss I BOT.
666 were guests Ophelia Bryan C(
relief from Florida<< unit at Graceville, which last retrieve a squirrel he had shot. last Fall. "There are more intel Baby Elixir is intended

cold symptoms, serves Jackson, Calhoun, and Sunday.Mr. Hospital attaches said the base of, ligent American ways to handle for Minor upsets of the stomach WE ARE
and Mrs. Romeo Andreu
tako 666Liquid Holmes counties. The Clay cooperative his spine was crushed and that his such problems," Colescott said, "1 and bowels that result from over PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS
Tablet Suite Nose Is the largest with 500 moved here from Tampa this broken the I would rather see the Klan disor- eating, improper foods, or temporary
backbone near
week. located in over-acidity: of the
They are the stomach.
Drops miles of line and 1500 members. ganized than
j see continue its old
Blrt cottage. waistline. A bottle of McGee's Baby Elixir
The West Florida cooperative is J. W. Horne and I policy of anti-Semitism, anti- costs only 35c.CARPENTER'S. CARPENTER'SThe
family are
second In size with 1200 mem- Catholicism of "
friends and relatives in
OUR MILK bers and 400 miles of line, while visiting South Carolina. Tampa-Tampa's strike of union -1 .-_

the Sumter cooperative has approximately electrical workers lasted less CITRUS TO UNITED KINGDOM:
M. L. Watterson and son were | NEAT APPEARANCE
400 miles ot line and visitors than a day. Workmen who ceas- : Lakeland, Florida may con-
to Starke this week.
I 1100 members. '' tinue to export its Means
ed their tasks last oranges
Wednesday grape-
Gordon P. Wadsworth, Jr., and
fJ Cost of establishment of these morning returned to work the fruit and tangerines to the United
son, Jerry, visited friends and relatives ] F. STOCK'S Dry CleaningSee
three has been esti- Kingdom, both in fresh and
cooperatives In Jacksonville last Sun- same afternoon, after a new contract -| can-
mated at $494,000 for the Clay continuing the past wage ned form, but difficulty exists in

unit, $301,000 for Sumter, and day.Rev.. Warren preached at the scale of $1.25 an hour had been obtaining space on ships to takeit CLAYTON STRICKLAND

Seldom Equalled $294,000 for the Graceville. Expenditures Campvllle Baptist church last signed. Union spokesmen said I across. While some fruits were
an invest- banned from import by the British
represent and contractors sought to cut the
Sunday morning evening.
Never ment of $280 member, but to hour when government in an.order which be-
Surpassed per Axel Olson of Tarlington, Conn, wage $1.00 an a
cooperative members and REA returned to his home here last previous agreement expired I came effective last Sunday, the I BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull

workers expect this to be reduced Monday. Florida citrus commission was line of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies

PETERSON'S with additions of new members.The Miss Madge Gay spent the NEW PULP PLANT I IFernandina able to have the order clarifiedto AI\IUULANOE'SEUVIOE
show that citrus fruits had DAY AND NIGHT
Kscambla River Electric week-end with Mrs. Thompson in ,-Construction work| not
DAIRY Cooperative at Jay and Suwannee Gainesville.Live on the new dissolving pulp plant i I been included. The original an- 1S4 PHONE 134

Valley Electric Cooperative at of Rayonier, Inc., representing an nouncement indicated that citrus O. II. BENNETT. Mfrr.

Oak, with memberships thus investment of about $7,000,000 Is+fruits would be barred under this "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"

; far of 750 and 450, respectively, nearing completion here. EdwardT. order.
: are now in the process of establishment Kline, resident manager, today

JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT i and have not been energized announced a preliminary tryout ofl,

yet. An allotment of equipment will be made early in

FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS I $180,000 for providing 200 milesof December. Kline said no definite'

line has been made for the dates have been set for comple-

Phone 13 STARKE, FLORIDA Escambia River unit, while the tion of construction or for the ?

Suwannee Valley unit has been initial tests of the operating facili : 1 r 9'I

allotted $127.000 for establishing ties. I

FUNERAL DIRECTORMy approximately 150 miles of line. I --. I, el sr

Many Yean Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render Thus far, the Escambla coopera- TO MEET: IN It.\RTOWBartow '

EFFICIENT PROMPT! and COURTEOUS SERVICE tive has members from Escambia ,-The Bartown post Vet-

MODERATE PRICES and Santa Rosa counties; the ; erans of Foreign Wars will be

DeWITT C. JONES Suwannee membership comes hosts to the Mid-Winter confer-

Starke, Florida from Suwannee and Lafayette ence to be held Jan. 13-14, Post

counties. Commander W. B. Wyandt an-'

Total membership In the five nounced on his return here from,

cooperatives is now 5,000.A the council held at West Palm I Td

camplagn is now under way I. Beach Sunday. The national'! ,
to Increase the membership in the x r
commander and his staff and one

MEATCURING cooperatives in order to reduce or more other nationally known aI

average investment per member speakers are expected to address

and provide cheaper electricityand the gathering. The meeting Sun- '

equipment for members. REA day afternoon will be open to the 1
officials point out that individual general public. '

costs become lower with Increased _____ ..... I

membership. TO BEGIN WORK 1//
-- -- --+------ ''
Tampa,-Actual construction' VUE't.UI.U are ".*, !..rI.1II on potash. Not
Typewriter ribbons carbon on the Southeast Army Air Baseon only U pUntf oll Out plant food p.c.ss.sy lot high y .I<"

paper, second .heet .-Bradford Interbay Peninsula will be" end good qtwlifV.but ba tile !tapiowl flavor appearance. k

No increase in County Telegraph.JACKSONVILLE'S. started Tuesday when WPA crews and cMiying "T Uty .0 Important in ..l> tag profits o r4n

prices will begin clearing the site WPA comp* it... m. k.t.. Potash wo,gives th. plant. non. by.vigor .
THE a7L eGucL LALE Administrator Schroder announced and 'ncre....tllelr naiatan to dit.... and troiu.Th

last week at Jacksonville that ....t 'n-ly'i. to ... varlU with cU and "OPP'8con&taoni. '

he had given final approval to Compl.t I.rtiliaera usually are '. stills.To
the million-dollar under maim..ur. your !craps set .nou li pel***. u.. !
We Specialize In Sugar which the WPA will I containing.1 l lieu u much potash II pho.pkorfc dd.On K
1a4,y l l I'i a 'i u YY+ann' I 6-tl and local sponsors spend will add many sad And wueV,,oil.toil.,tht,It poUih thould should b.tripl.ths b.up to phttiphoric doufcU.Miionpwt ,. dd.Coiuiull .

$451,611 to prepare the site for
I. 6
construction of runways and I ) tout count .B.nt ot"parla.nt Nation rspardin0"r J
e\ cod. Ask your d. l.f about
th UrtiUw row
Cured MeatsGainesviUe hangars He estimated
that 1413
1 hi8hU.poMl>.You will...eurpri....how1attletraitcog:
persons would be given work for ood quality.Wiltt .
s seven months. :,f'r to ppl,lCgh potwh to b\...,.J high 7ieldlOl IP


d,a a MISTAKES ALARM 11OV ,r! 'i s ut for /urtAer in- nrt ,
formation and literature
Jacksonville,-A brightly painted on fertilizing your crop '
fire alarm box on a pole at "Y .I

LEADING HOTEL Davis and Ashley Streets was AMERICAN:: POTASH INSTItUTE.INC.\ 1h tk :
Ice & mistaken last week old ( WASHWOTOM,D.C.I r'8 ;
C' i'r1J at Ihle aod_ by an IK'IUTJQr4'f: eUaDMOsouth.
G}"7 .JOOt fcoMI. .I. .>. negro woman for a mall box. She ... cures M...._ 0.-10. .,..., All.....0. 04 !

I SUMMER j_It" tIo__ I opened the glass (door pulled

Cold Storage. COMFORT =- with,,t hk= down the lever and waited for a .j :

&.-. ..a place In which to insert the letter
I M J. L. GEORGE Mgr. "'lib iBurapriag mnnim end iidteknit. .
.. Uuiuiliielc wot*...TOT}Coon fighting equipment with sirens
screeching, approached the intersection
|Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St. ro'UtAUIICED within a few minutes. Ne

COCKTAIL LOUNGE and When she was told of the mistake

GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA COFFEE SHOP she had made, she replied: "I've | w

k lived a long time but I i
Ot..a I r..w awn : ;
......'-"-- ., ......-lWeI ar.s..,.......... I this was the worst mistake I ever I I :
... made." J

r _______________________

VO, ", r. ."

OECE\IU1R!: J, 1989


CHURCH DIRECTORY & NOTES NEW QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS : is survived by her husband and -

I ABOUT SOCIAL SECURITY ACTS I I and eight/ several children grandchildren.four step-children '' I Prejudice j jl

METHODIST Services' conducted ,
JPTISTA. i EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN I This is number seven in a series claim

g. ilghttootQaA'Oh Rev. Frank Robinson Rev. Chas. H. Allen "t. Murk' (.kurihHev. Sunday School Supt of 12 sets of questions and answers A: He would not have to file anew Rev. C. A. Crosby and Rev. Morris -
Pastor Pastor Fred Terkei, Jr. Mrs Ira Wilson I Interment was In Antioch am a powerful monarch, at
Supt" I' most frequently i asked claim. When once a worker
1'Th, school H. K. Perryman, Rector Sunday School Cemetery under the direction of j whose' command millions quake,
.ndaY Don. Superintendent Organist I Sunday School Supt. 10 o'clock about social security legislation qualifies he is qualified as long
"1 School: of Church SchoolChurch Mrs. E. M. Davis Mia Ella J. Sa... by R. B. Donaldson manager of as he lives. the Key-McCabe Funeral Home.Ut'tI..gl' and kings and emperors raise the
,: gaeervlee Church School Supt. Organ. cat: 'iicii or CIIHIST!! I rattling sabres of hatred.
School Roy Mathews Mm II c. Brown the Florida field office In Jacksonville Q: How many persons past 63: Starling
10 A, M.Morning Harry Pickup. I whisper foul lies Into the
11 Training Church School Services Pastor Set number eight will will be entitled to monthly bene- Funeral Services were held Fri I, ears "

runt.. ; ao pilI.alnr Service, 11 Worship A. M. 10 A. M. Sunday School Bible Study 2 |>. m. appear next week.Q fits in 1940? day al I Antloch Church for George of the simple and with my cunning ''' ". ./
;, 10 A. wiles
X10. / Sermon and TheI.ord' seduce the astute.
8erv/ne Evening Worship Morning 11 A.Worship M. : Sundays __ 11 A. M. Supper 3 p. m. : When can workers file claims A: It is estimated by the Social : Starling, age 46, of Graham and I cause wars and of .,

to. Dreelln4n' /Service TSO: P. M. Fridays 7.30 P. 1\[. evry (Sunday for Old-Age and Survivors Insur- Security Board that Tampa. His death was the resultof rumors
Sigma Chi 7:00
: Wars
110 k'.I\f. p. in By my will I direct the
\ da) Young People' Holy Day._.lo A. M. ance? ly 485,000 persons approximate-I an accident from which he
MIX. murder
ALLIANCEPrenldent of
pI.nlet League Meeting; | innocent millions and I
a CafOvapo1rH A: Claims may now be filed at entitled to monthly benefits in never recovered. Interment was':
)Ion 6:30: P. M. waste the dry places of the earth
"" po well Prayer Meeting MISSION HALL GOSPEL TAB. The He\ Frank any time. However, monthly 1940 and that the benefits pay- In Antioch Cemetery under the with the tears of widows and

hcbilrman Wednesday 7:30: P.M. Sponsors: Sponsored by RobliiKim benefits will\ not begin until. Jan- able during the year will exceed direction of DeWitt C. Jones of phans.I or-

IT. Kickitternsj ),Ir.. F. H. LongOrganist -, Mr., and Mr*. J.Mr.T.and .tra. Vice PresidentThe uary 1, 1940. 11000000. Starke. I have
Quigley Rev. Leslie men crucified because
j Y.tdaut. I J. T. Quigley KvanmellKtlo Service ShepherdSecretaryTreasurer Q: How long will a worker receive Q: Where may claims for Old- Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnsonand
I Jews
.. E. K. they are or because
Perryman they
Mt Bible arenegroes.
Truetee. Study each each Friday and benefits after he and Survivors
<< Assistant Organist Sun monthly Age Insurance be little daughter. Madge of
Powell Tues evening 7:50::; day I make bloody the )
O. evening 7:30: The Hev Fred YerkesBoy pages
I. first gets on the rolls ? filed ? Hampton are moving Into our
of because
history I do not like
-- -- -- A: Ho will receive a monthly A: At any field office of the community and we welcome them the Frenchman the
Chinaman, or J
check as long as he lives provided Social Security Board.Q Into our midst.
METHODIST I the little brown
man from Japan.
Jones he does not receive muchas Are .there
ScoutsThe as : any charges In
gob Potato digging, hog killing and I blight human progress make
CHURCH NOTESIn $15 per month In covered em- connection with the filing of
cane grinding are quite the orderof unhappy the lives of brilliant men.
in which claims ?
ployment case he forfeits -
the day in our section at this undermine the ambitions of the
dents On HereHereafter spite of the cold weather that regular weekly meeting of his benefit for that particular A: No. The Social Security Unit- most worthy.I .

settled down on our community Troop 70 Boy Scouts of Americawas month. Board will\ render every assistance
Miss Maxcine Surrency Is spend- tear down the pillars of the
{ over the week-end I held on Tuesday evening at Q: Would he have to file a new posE'ble without charge.of .
a large con- ing some time with her sister lit temple, destroy the faith of the
exalteth ana- 7:15: o'clock in the Church Schoolrooms
rtteouMieas gregation assembled in the warm I Hague.Mr. believer divide the strength of thefort't'
what God's Book I of the First Methodist his parents Mr. and Mrs. D.
Thai Is and comfortable auditorium of Church, the Scoutmaster the Rev. THERESSA and Mrs. Percy Jones of '' that strive to move Into the

A nation la not exalted byntit the First Methodist Church Frank Robinson in charge of the By Mrs. A. L. Sullltiin W. Moore recently. Tampa attended the funeral of dwelling places of the Most High.

armies and navies. last Itlrthday PartyA George Starling Friday and 'also I narrow the conceptions) of men
t, by Sunday morning. The pas.I I meeting.; A good attendance of
righteousness. the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan were number of her little frlcmlfr visited relatives.Mrs. dwarf the Intellect of genius, and na
exalted by tor Frank Robinson the Troop was noted. The Mo-
| of sin Is dinner guests of Mrs. Josephine met at the home of her grandparents p loon the soul of Innocence.I .
destructive power livered the sermon on the subject hican patrol (Life Scout Leonard Ida Jones was visiting in
( destruc- I Sullivan of Hampton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sul- kindle forever the fires of mlsun'tcrstannlng o
the "
powerful than "Thanksgiving Unto God. Mrs.F. Smith, Patrol Leader) was awarded Jacksonville Tuesday. _
bombs that are Mr. W. S. Sibley was a visitor livan, Saturday afternoon to help __ and befog the
of H. : .
Long presided at the organ the advancement banner for -- -- ---
power : to Putnam Hall and Grandin Sun- little Sylvia Milliken of Ocala grave issues that confront nationsIn
d from planes or torpedoesIre and rendered several special se the month of November. Other
celebrate her fifth birthday. GUM URANCHIty the hour of crisis. t
discharged from subma- lections. The choir most banners will day.H.
sang given to patrols D. May and W. H. Hall were Games were played till a late Mix. Kll/.nl>rth IlurnugoMr I kill love, wreck homes and
Sin eventually destroys a beautifully a Thanksgiving an- the winner to be announcedIn
transacting business in Gainesville hour whenhe little guests wereinvited provoke scandal.
don, however intelligent may them. I next week's issue of the Telegraph I Monday. Into the dining room where anti Mrs. T. N. Norman Hut In all my work I find no a

seritateHinen, however magnl- The evening service was in The Troop with true I they were served with Ice cream were the /guests of Mr. and Mrn use. for men of broad Ynlnd and

Eat may be her army and her charge of the Intermediate De- Thanksgiving spirit observed the I Rev. McKay of Jacksonville and cake. J. R. Kelley of Rising Sunday.Mr courageous hearts. Little men tare

It is sin that ia a reproach of the I season by delivering a large basket -i preached at the Christian church
ff. partment Young People's The little were and Mrs. Felix Supp were my tools. small minds the
following guests
is Saturday evening Sunday morn-
11 nation Righteousness Division, a regular Fourth Sun- I to a friend of the Troop, one the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. most effective Instruments of my ,
present: Grady Williamson, Carrie
and and
.jilructive Sin Is destructive day evening feature of the church. who has been extremely helpfulin Sunday evening.Mr. I Shaw of the State Farm Sun- political put poses.

tin understand the mental pro- The entire Intermediate Department a number of ways to the advancement ( and Mrs. J. ./\.. Milliken Mae.Hall, Clara Grace Mae Dickinson Bobby,and Billy day. | Who am I ? Many have served ;

of man who says he Isunit of the and Its and children, Sylvia and Glen Gladys d
a the Choir and Troop
IIl'J composed Bundy Ruth Slbley Emory and Mrs. H. Keene Is spending this mo and I yet not aware of my d ,
because prohljon work In the were week-end guests of Mr. and
prohibition rendered two special vocal selections community.
Frank Brown and Frank Lop..r.The week In Fetnandlna as the guestof Identity.
not prohibit. I do not is made the Mrs. A. L. Sullivan. ;
does during the service. Indi- Progress being on
little guests left at u late her Hnn-ln-law and daughter I am Prejudice-- uncompromising -
with such a man because viduals Ida Lulu Totem Pole construction, the Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Brown
ne taking part were I hour wishing Sylvia many happy Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Towney. foe of man and the principles
'mally I am a prohibitionist Davis, leader: Call Worship, Mohican Patrol Life Scout Leonard 'of Hampton were visitors to of human justice.WlnstonSalem .
of her and
returns birthday. Mr and Mis. JoI ;aerer t cannot understand the Michael A. Dew; Introductory j Smith Patrol Leader leadingthe I Theressa Saturday afternoon -, N. C.. News
-- -- Mlso Dorthen Norman were the
III of a man who says wed talk Virginia Sewell; the evening I troop In this item. Other Mr. Kston: Jordan of Starke
of Mr. and Mrs Marcus
tax liquor so as to take Prayer, Marjorie Davis!> ; Violin I I patrols will have accomplishedsome was visiting friends here Sunday Keene.Mr .

..i off of real estate. In otherHs I' Solo, Grace Dew; Old Testament. definite work on the poles I afternoon. fly Dirs. U C. Smith Conner of Rising. Sunday nnd Mrs' J. C. Sapp of 'k+

license that which la evil I I Scripture reading Pasty Keen; by the end of this week. : Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp were Sampson City were visiting relatives '

d 1 that which destroys, and use ,, New Testament Scripture reading, The construction of the Troop Salt Springs visited Mrs. Jordan's Mrs. Lnrulne '" visiting Mi. Jeff' Underhill Tuesday here Wednesday night ,

money to run the govern. Comer Perryman; Offeratory Huts was again discussed by the : parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Funeral net-vices! were held Fit- Mr. and Mrs W. R. Conner of

t. Such an argument Is no Prayer Arline Dew; Offering received -I: Troop and definite plans for Immediate -: R. Swindle Siuiday.Mr. day at Antioch Baptist Churchnear I Mlsrt. IClizahflh Hurnage was Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs

[npllment to the citizenship of by Steve Weldon and Mack construction was an- and Mra. Robert Ciison of LnCron for Mrs. Loraine visiting Miss Evelyn: demons of L,, L. Conner Tuesday I ti

1 community Woe be to any na- Futch; poem Lyle Anderson. The nounced as being under way. I Melrose were recent visitors of Thomas age 50, wife of William I Ilvllbionn, Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norman

.M that taxes human weakness I following officers of the Inter- I Lumber for these huts is now in Mr. and Mrs. D. W Moore. Thomas Mr II. I Keene and suns Vanlce have returned home after spending

support a government which Isjpponed mediate ;Department were Installed I the process of being cut and sea- Mr. Howard Moore of Belle Mrs Thomas had been In fail- and, R. C of Shamrock spent the I the post week at Plant City ;

to be permanent: There Into their various offices by soned. It Is hoped that these I Glade was a visitor at the home Ing health for several years. She week-end here with Mm II. visiting relatives. .

gi only one thing the matter with the pastor; President. Patsy Keen; (: huts will be ready for occupancy

JiimorlJ and that la sin. Civillitlon by the time National Scout WeekIs
vice-president, Bobby Biggs; sec-

[ Is disintegrating because retary, Freddie Wimberly; treasurer -I observed In February.

ratal dominated the world In-I'I Virginia Sewell; chairmen Scouting Is progressing rapidly

M of righteousness. Sin follows Recreation among the members of the Troop I':1
of committees as : I FORD V8
trojed) Paradise. It wrecked an-I I Marjorie Davis: Worship and a detailed monthly summary I I 1

iat tobylon. It put Greece and Ida Lulu Davis; Social Service, of the work and activities for November ; D :
tome (heaps of rubbish. It Is Arline Dew; Missions, Mack will appear In next week's

rglng under the foundations of Futch, and Publicity Lyle Ander Issue of the Telegraph. C.trtkl/t on Storing Peal Controlled I'cnlfUflonWITH
ne governments of the world to- i' --- .------

iy and the house of civilizationabout son. Over 22 IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENTS
i to fall. The world The services of Wednesday Looking "* *

!taught\ might made right that evening was service the annual conducted Union by ,I Lake Butler WayThe
.3 paid and the world forgot
the Rev. Frank Robinson with the following Items of Interestto
Jt t It is righteousness that ex- I
Rev. Charles Allen, pastor of the Bradford" Countlans were taken -
2eth nations. That the
First Presbyterian Church, delivering :i from a recent Issue of the
ti's chaos.
__ I i the sermon On next I Union County Times: .

'' the usual Wednesday
The Bible teaches that there Is' Wednesday
meeting service With Interest In the campaignsfor
evening prayer
way which seemeth right unto !
will be held at 7:30.: various state offices begin-
nan but the end thereof are the ,
I to simmer slowly, local candidates -
iji of death. It la possible for On next Sunday morning littlemOl'e ,
are also becoming a
MI to be deceived. They may pastor will administer the Sacra-
active In making plans for a
I'Sink'. they are on the right road ment of the Lord's Supper assisted r air
the 1940 primary.The ,
!Xwmeday find out that theyon by the Board of Stewards and
latest local to an-
the the choir. using the full ritual of
wrong way. nounce that he will be in the race
detoured from the main the Methodist Church.On P
next spring is Fred Andrews, who
hpllly! and when he came back Monday afternoon the
stated this week that he intendsto
10 tAt main highway he thought Circles of the Woman's Societyfor I run for Representative. Mr !

"ha was going toward his destina- Christian Service will be heldin Andrews was a candidate for this i

ffa, but he discovered he was go- the homes of two of the members -I position several years ago and

ft la the opposite direction. Ac- at 3 o'clock In the after- creditable
made a very race. i/
ng to the Word of God, some- noon. All ladles of the churchare u : w.W oot, !l1 y11NaIr4- 4 u 'r i.p ,

by men are going to walk up, Invited.On Judge A. Z. Adkins of Starke i
'** at Jesus and "Did we Im-
say, Wednesday evening. stated to friends here Monday

01 t cast out demons In thy named mediately following the Prayer I I that he would seek nominationfor iI

did we not In thy name do Meeting service the Board of another term as Circuit Judge. I I

any wonderful works?" And Stewards will hold Its regular Judge Adkins Is eligible for retirement II I

P,tale will gay to them, "I never monthly business meeting A full with two-thlrda pay and I I

hew you' They thought they attendance of the board Is re- there had been some conjectureas I r

ere going the right way. The quested by the chairman, W. P. to whether he would seek another I :

r W these people travelled seem- Smith. term or retire. T

d to be right, but It was the elected delegates
On Friday '
nj road. It Is a tragedy of will attend the Annual District The many friends of Dr. J. E. 0 0i

:orro..** for a soul thaIs+ expect- Conference to be held at the Maines will regret to known that

'.'I to walk streets of gold when Jacksonville Beach MethodistChurch. he Is \ill in the Alachua County.

t paslts over Jordan to suddenly Delegates are as fol- Hospital In Gainesville where he i4Z1ER i

COVer that the darkness of the L. D. this week.
Mrs carried
W. P. was .
'" I lows:
*' of
death is to their eternity L. !
Mrs. I>. P. Carpenter
,'tat I the twilight of evening Is to Vining,. __ _u___ AIt___ was commendedfor
A. Davis, K. K. ferryman .nivci-
*" 1'ep-aettled darkness of a I nate delegates are: Mrs. W. B. Its splendid record in law- jl jl'I

,hit dark night. Men should i 1 I Sewell Mrs. L. A. Davis. Mrs. A. obst "vance Monday by Circuit ; ''I

late game with their souls. Wood and D. P. Carpenter. Othersof Judge A. Z. Adkins, who adjourned -
'des.do not have to take any I I the church are cordially invited fall term of Circuit Court i
"By grace are ye I to attend this District meet. after a season lasting only a lit-

Biblt:-111' faith." That Is what the i 1 I ing. Reports for the half yearI tle more than two hours. No seri

lays "The wages of sin U will be given by the ous crimes came before the term ,
"k* I for the church
but the gift of God is etern- trial and the Grand Jury did
* Bfc." The Book' that, too. I I I pastor. for laid before ;' ,;
Ifbn says will''', The following future services not have a single case MORE PEOPLE DRIVE FORDS 194 0
that cometh unto me I It for Investigation. This ia a
t "o vise cast out." Those bless- will be observed In. the church
|I 10th in the morning record of which the law-abiding THAN ANY OTHER MAKE CAR
Words fell from the lips of our December citizens of the county may well J
*' Sunday; Decem-
Who came all the way from Universal The Co- be proud, Judge Adkins pointedout. ,
'IVen' 17th In the evening,
noonday to earth's midflit ber ,

to die on the cross to saver Ed class will have charge of the -. LEADS IN BEAUTY-The most LEADS IN PERFORMANCELEADS IN VALUE-Ford h.. .1. i'

lout sinners. Men do not service; December 24th, Union ChrUtnun utrdt 50 advanced styling in the field. lleeFord l Ie the only low priced car with the ways been the DIG VALUE In the low

tie tl) travel road that I Christmas service in which all of Order now Mont and Tina car' performance of a powerful V-8 price 6..l
11I1 to be on a It Is our I the churches of the communitywill for $1 Your name printed. ognlied: by style authorities) engine. !Smoother. and .o much more font Mrrire at low cost, the 19 W model' I 44
V1I* right. take part, to be held In the attractive line t\tr. the public a* theyears most beautiful fCAVtodrlret Finger-Tip .;..rehUa on fflv. you more tot jour money than ever t
& to travel highway
a December 31st, County Telegraph. I low priced I car! leering liefore. :22 Important Improvement ,
me poet.LEADS
Church: '
to absolutelyOW Methodist
God and to
I Service In --.-- Roomier Quieter, more' Camfortmbl ':Ii
that we are on this blessed Union Watch Night BUS SCHEDULE!: LEADS RIDING COMFORT- ".re.Gett".ea..n..U.et.f.ordl) .
of the I IN ECONOMY the
' churches '
7 to of the
our Father's house. North Bound The sensational I GLIDE-HIDE a-
to beheld f.mo..315-mileU.n..re-ml\eU..1 i
will take part : \ ,
community Baptist Church. I i Leave Starke: 2:45 a. m., 12:35: thieved in the 1910 Ford V-8's give Hun held' this year, the Ford V-8 showed 'iruf'

F 'Tn.Us SCII-ULE I In the First concerning : p. m., 1:50: p. m., 3 p. m.., 8:15: you sneoothnesstsoftness..lusu-!, : bent ass mileage among all leading. don't forget we'll\

' wing Is the schedule of I Detailed Information be published In I p. m., 10:15: p. m.South riouom fort...you never dreamed low priced,..*. Owner relNnt| oil !. ...1Ch.. you the beet r e ; '

.llIa t arriving here dally, sub- these services will Telegraph.A I Bound I possible In a low priced car. dour If ever, added between change. trade on your car, .1 I ;

to change without notice: the Bradford County extended Leave Starke: 2:20: a. m., 10:20a. : I !I Ic

''Unbound Due Starke cordial Invitation Is with us atl I m., 2:20: p. m. 5:20: p. m. I

I ''local) _____ 10:33: p. m to everyone to worship I \Vrt Hound to TnJlahamii-c

). 107 (through) __ 9:21: a. m. any of our_services..- I Leave tarke: 3:35: p. m. arrive J. W. ANDREWS Jr. c .

"hhound Due! Stark canfas. I, Starke 12:35: p. m. :
2 ''local _____ 6'13 a. m. Beautiful de For free pick-up service (within -
.ltS (through) ___ 6:18: p. m. name printed. 50 Cowlity city limits) phone Lacy Con- t <
nowt-Bradford .
btarke Order \ rk
and Wannre Branch lay.
. I I way.
IOI leaves Starke 7 a. m. Telegraph.

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so obviously blessed among all nations. of the MISSION HALL L1ST-OF' INSTRUMENTS I Andrewe t BrZiTrrrr'

The Bradford d County t Telegraph I world it is an ungrateful person indeed! who AND TABERNACLE Recipes FILED DURING MONTH W.Warranty H. Smith deed of H,,;, 1"ra( ( ?"(

KstHblixhnd 1877 is unwilling to devote at least a small part of :;'Continued from page one) Bradford made Nor IIJ 1U a

the to the for which it was I "Shewing( Kindness" was the Light Fruit Cake I filed November (mbar
holiday purpose I ranly. deed to 30 acres made October i*
eubject of the Bible study givenat Christmas Is almost here so it's I
Puh1b.had Weekly on Krl
Class, Mutter at the 1'010& Offk- at Starke, .'a.. There is something stimulating and inspiring -! day night. The Hall was warm you haven't already done so. This V. J. Wall, a single man, of of Bradford Carolina, u, \\ B.
Broward County to Starke Ro- Count
_ and comfortable and the service recipe of Mrs. E. J Flynn's comes ty W
of various to
joining together I several tary Club by its trustees Jos. E. 10 acres ,In \
was enjoyed by all. highly recommended by B
ME M. BE R. cZZ denominations for the purpose of religious The Scripture used for the who tried It last year. Wilson M. B. Herlong E. L. Matthews November made NovemU t 15 al
V FLAR1n4PRESSASSOCIAIO1 worship. The human race is already too study was 2 Sam. 9. The story I Some of the best cake makersin A. J.Trustees Thomas of and Starke.their Kate M.

\ much inclined to split into factions and to Is of David's kindness to Mephl- town have said that it is the I successor deed to South-half of Bradford Anuewa, al
e Warranty County,
best for light fruit cake to w
The recipe Ii
bosheth of Jonathan. j
.10twcv, 7 Gtiadst disagree on non-essentials. The more our son lots one and two of block one of of Bradford County
have tried. So we
friendship of David and JonathanIs I that they ever W
E. L. Mal7ieKJItor. Mid Owner churches can do to break down this natural proverbial. Of all the house of know you are eager to try it and / the Dowling Sub-Division In the deed 18 to 10 acres made No
tendency and mold all followers of Chris- Saul there waa only one whom I see for yourself Just how good It town of Starke made October' 6 R. H.filed November, 18
and filed October 19. Green
jr ,
David could trust that Jonathan is. Please note that there are no and Lu
the was
SUBSCRIPTION RAh tianity into a common force greater will ; Green, his
When Saul sought his life I eggs! in the cake: B. C. Owsley, a single man, H. wife of Bran

}'porl)'. $1.50; Sl< Months. 75o Payable In A
.\ Rate on Application To us it seems that union worship services to the development of tree plots 3 cups sugar. wife, of Bradford County to W. deed of Bradford County
L. Wall of Starke. Warrantydeed ranty to 10 acres ,
against him. 7 cups flour. a
are one of the noblest manifestations of 7 teaspoons baking powder to land on Little Santa Fe 27 and filed October 20.

Financial of This We wish that The worst sin of the average W. H. Harrell WV
Management County true religion. only they were (level). Lake made October 19 and filed and
Christian is his Ingratitude to Harrell
Deserves High Praise more the rule and less the exception in our God. Cod for Christ's. sake has 1 cup orange juice. October 19. Luther of Bradford COM
grated rind of one orange. W. L. Wall and Murla Wall of Bradfor

That citizens of Bradford County are community. blessed forgiven us and has abundantly thanks do 1 lb. white ralslps (chopped). his wife, of Starke to B. C. ty Warranty '|eei to 6
us but what
fortunate in having their financial affairs 0 we render; to God for them? lib, pitted dates (chopped). Owsley and H D. May of Brad- vember made November 21. ::41 and fl<\"

administered honest and conscientious .1 .10. "r"Q"'a.... ... fm-d,. County.. Deed to land on
by European Nations Now Believe !, Thanksgiving, the day originally -- P. A.
Little Santa Fe Lake made October Crosby and
1 package light figs (chopped)
men was clearly demonstrated in a current proclaimed to thank God misused Crosby, his
Victory Comes To Him Wh.o Waits I 4 slices of candled pineapple 19 and filed October 19. wife Of B

report from an uninterested source, The TaxRevision for nearly every other purpose 1 candled cherries. W. T. Wallace and wife Jennie County to Zenous Wlllla
The public at 1 large seems to be somewhat than that. We have but to com- Bernice Crosby
and in Wallace of Orange County to Williams
League, published our news 1-2 of citron. o)
puzzled I by the I laziness I with which the pare our conditions with the conditions 1.2 of candled orange Clyde Hall and wife Laura Hall ford County. Warranty
columns last week. exlstant in other nationsof 120
war proceeds. Remembering 1914, when the world to find 1-2 candled lemon. of Bradford County. Warranty April Ii, 19
ample groundsfor filed
The figures showed that the cost of made October 19 23
1 quart chopped nut meats. deed to 5 acres
hostilities on a tremendously bloody scale thanking God. The libertywe -- .
county government here ( not including 1.4 cup wine or brandy. and filed October 24
enjoy the we are now
started very soon after the declaration of peace Cream butter; add sugar and Etta S. Tlson, single, of Brad- Why pay n >re"! ((h,
school and bond debt payments) was third having, the security we have are cards,'
war the bulk of lay observers are wonder- all blessings that have come from cream together thoroughly. Then ford County to H A. Lawson of I Bradford name printed, 3o tit
lowest in the state for the 1938. County
year add and flour alternately Starke. Warranty deed to 15 Telpgrapl
ing why history does not repeat itself. God. The Pilgrim Fathers came orange juice
Very significant was the Leagu 's to this land with the open Bible (Save a little flour to mix, acres In Bradford made October I NOTH'H. TO IIRVFIHII: :
To military experts, this i apparent filed October 26. I' Til) ('IllCllr .
and the torch of freedom and with fruits) Add fruit, which has 5 OIBP II
statem nt that -government cost varies Fll'r11 JI IU"II, ,
apathy is somewhat less of a puzzle. They these have been passed on to us.i been chopped and sprinkled with J. W.. Watterson a widower AM' FOIL Illl 111E(111111 IIHI,
with the ability, honesty, and efficiency some of the measured flour. Add of Bradford County to ThomasF. I'MHiii.t I1' It "IUI\:
argue that sensible English and :French We need to be careful lest throughour j'I Vlctoila .l county officials rather than with the size, negligence these be snatched wine and stir well. Brown and Laura Belle Brown I'lalntlff
calls for defensive in
population or location of the county." strategy a war which from our hands by ungodly and Bake five hours in a slow oven. 1't of Bradford County. Warranty fharlex-VH- A, HeldUefpmlnni.

men and resources are carefully conserved- Makes two cakes.LAWTEY. deed to 40 acres made October ,
.T.. l.no _nll._ .....,__... .L_" ___ ambitious men.TAISKKNACLE. large. IN'
una ""''''11 "uw.u.y" woauu.w I.lun Ull --..--- 127 and flied October 27. TIIKNA.MH '"I I THE
other or '
in words, a war blockade. The : OF; FLrlilllA'tlF.rIYi I ; ; ,
of the principal reasons for the high cost British well controls the I Mlttie Cowa t. a widow, ofj I TO: Charles A lh I: .1, wb"' |
navy pretty seas Last Friday and Sunday nightsthe I Bradford County to Johnnie Cowart dence IN unknnv "n
of county government is the large number By WIlliam ((11111) Pluimrier You are tivivln, ,
and few ships reach Germany.of regular services were held in of Bradford County War- i.ulrpd
I pear to Hill .I i < ,,
Florida counties of relatively small the Tabernacle. There I herein ,, ,
pop- was a I' ranty deed to 6.76 acres in Bradford against .n i nr
Allied authorities convinced that ''Well here we buck from
are are ,
Monday the IHI di\ i ,, ,
attendance and interestin Ian
good fine '
ulation. Apparently this is a fallacy County made September 18 1)
| |I II HMO.
acRussia is not proving of much help to Hitler the studies given.In j one Thanksgiving celebration andIrarin' and filed November 1. It Ix future. ,ri I .1! (n,,
cording to the League's report which shows I to take another one on in order be puljllnli..
that citizens as a provider of essential supplies. For one addition to the regular ser- full stride, This "doubleheader"should Louis J. Hopkins and wife, County TeleKiM!, n. "IIpUhll"l1Pd it<
Dade the
county of largest vices next Sunday night there Mary E. Hopkins, of Los Angeles In xii -I, < ', ?,f
Russia has
thing hardly enough of most ,
go down as one of F. D. ford" once sash ,,
population paid $11.37 per capita for govcommodities will be a five day Bible conference R.'s most California, to Etta Brownlee of Hpmrlve week. 'ti
to supply the needs of her own outstanding accomplishments. -
ernmental as compared with with Dr. V. C. Kelford as Bradford County. Warranty deedto W1TJCKH8 nn h.,1 .i"II ,
purposes $3.67 I .. .
seal thiN
2l! la\ i \ "III''
in vast population. And recent Russian pronouncements the teacher. The conference will 5 acres made October 30 and 1) 19a9.l :i >
Bradford one of the state's smaller units. Polities Is Hot
indicate that, in spite of alliances begin Wednesday night at 7:30: I filed November 2. mFKK'IAI. 8B.M, \ 1 T
Politics has our fair in Clerk Circuit r' m I i, tit
The Telegraph is more than glad to give and continue through the following city Emma Darby Chalker a widow
she is not a real friend of Germany'sthat | somewhat of whirl. The school 'I'I
this report the widest Sunday night. There will be of Starke to Ida L. Darby, of 1/1'1'1/'F: ; Ot' \1"111 \11'1\
possible for
sides trustee election this week started T\\ IIKKIIiilr :
she both
regards as being special music featured every Stnrke. Warranty deed to one- (". ... .
it seems to us that good government should at fault. night. Mr. Geo.' F. Tib- 'I the ball rolling, but no changes I' LU ._.____. ._ I-- 4 4% 0 .II... .n 1\on.' ....''I" HIM,...*">u>nvThat 1(1,1Itl : .
( ) '
equally Pop null In..u IVLa a. i. Y, .t. :: '
were made In the of the I* (I. I'"nw.'ll holdcVrtiflcaten : ,
be endorsed just as heartily as bad govern- I bitts and his boys will be there set-up I 13. 14 of Block 12 of Livingston, ( ;Nunlh.u'd; i i.spr. | .
At first, most observers expected a board. This minor election will
185 and 168 Ixxiifriuftunt. lhas
some night the
during services.
ment is condemned. The people of the Truby and Company's Addition to ,
counlargescale be overshadowed next filed HHIII in nj off"
ty should know and be for German offensive since the time Watch for announcements and do Tuesday' the town of Starke made Novem hail made uiipllcatl'. ,, ,.a' 1/1.
grateful the fact
when the
not fall to come and hear this high-powered politicians to he ,Issued th",. nSaid ,
factor works in favor of the Allies. How- excellent ber 4 and filed November 4.
., ,
that their affairs are being administered tencher. of this locality swing into actionIn I certificate rv p"'tlvbracen ,
James T. Kinchen, single of the following diproperties
if shot the works in
ever, Hitler one desperate an efoit to outshine their rivals .
wisely and I In the ("mint of
economically. A word of commendation The children's went to Bradford County to Leonard S. }
effort, and it failed, as most experts be- 'group '! and land a Job In the city hall. tOI'''. Stale of Florida, tijwlCertificate
and encouragement to those who Lawtey Wednesday night to sing! Kinchen ,of Starke. Warrantydeed Nn 16t3'Inhrae.
lieve it would, he would be through. For this in the revival in progress there!'| Cecil R. Whitehead finds himself to 30 acres made November of' SE'/i; Ik E'.., nr NW14 or
are responsible for this showing might help !Section II Tiitvimhip I
reason, one school of thought has it thatmatters under the leadership of Dr. Kel->| defending his post as city 4 and filed November 4. Range 22 East, containing ( insure a similiar report in future years. ford. i I marshal against a serious contender Hester L. Thomas and Mallory more or less.Certifteat. ,
will slowly No 168 enSW' \
drag along comparatively
o I e+1- i in the person of John Shu- Thomas of Starke to Leonard S. / of SW, ft W'!? .if !essv

until both sides become sick of it and EVERGREENBy :| ford. Sharing the spotlight with Klnchen and wife Frankie KlnI % Section 12 TiiwnnhlnJianKC ) 6,

Did The Red Star of Russia finally effect some sort of peace. Mm. r. A. Rosier the Whitehead-Shuford combat I I chen of Starke. Warranty deed Acres, more 22 It,1..f r'Olll/llnlr<
I will be I of the "Id
the The IU"8H..III..nl
struggle. to lot 12 of block 16, ,
Shine Too Brightly At The Fair? 0 ally under mild i rtlfli'ate N
Mr. and Mrs. J.' Q. Rosier were j Henry T. Godwin makes his debut I Truby and Company's Addition to i I and 166 was :In <* name oritntklny

Homer L. Chaillaux, dIrector'' of the Wild Pension Schemes visitors to'Jacksonville Saturday. in local politics as he endeavors I town of Starke made November 4 I'nlcHM said Ac Pro I'.I iMf, IIIN' .liredeemed

to uproot either F. R. and filed November 4.lira. uccoidiiiK to Iau'
American Legion's national Cohen Peele of
Americanism Jacksonville
Are Turned Down at the Polls I was chairman of the body Vhla V. widow I propertle dancrllied 'hsrrtosold
commission has charged the New York I visiting his mother, Mrs. Hester Reddish carradlne'l Morgan, to the hlKhe" lilddei. .,
I chairman of ,
Citizens of California snowed under the Sapp Tuesday. and only heir of John W. Morgan Court-house dont oil,, th< first
World's Fair authorities with permitting theworld's committee. Both of deceased of Starke to Hilda- day In the Month .1 I lannar, >
which In the 1m da'! nr J.
"most elaborate ?lam and Eggs" pension proposition by a Miss Louise Rosier spent last are veterans, but it is well to remember -'I belle Bence of Starke. Warrantydeed ItflO.
display of Communism
week In Okeechobee City visiting thnt Dated thin Z7H i, ,,11,v if,
propaganda." vote of two to one. "Thirty dollars every her cousin Mrs. Walter Lee. anything can happenIn to West 50 feet of lots one tier, A i) 19aU
Thursday" was simply as as it sounded an and three of block 24, partly In (OFFICIAL HI:,\I., x I 11
The fact that Mr. Chaillaux has Mr. und Mrs. Bernard Rosierof Church activities featured In Clerk of Circuit I1r
ample California are I Original survey and partly County Florida, I r-.I 1 6.
and the good people of voted Jacksonville
ground which to base his accusation were visiting his this week by a revival at the Johns Addition to Starke. Made .
upon accordingly. Ohio also defeated at the polls parents Mr and Mrs. J. E. Rosier Baptist Church. Services are be- November 2 and filed November ....-A'L.ILE.15GFl'Ib.------;--;
will be vouched for by. true American
any a proposal for enlarged raids upon its state Sunday. ing conducted by an Internationally 9. INDIAN

who visited the fair and inspected the really treasury. Mr. and Mrs. Darby Gasklns! prominent evangelist, Dr. V. J. T. Quigley and L. A. Davis F..rn<..... deep latrnilerlirniirheil ,

magnificent exhibit sponsored by the US.. and children spent Sunday with C. Kelford. Everyone Is cordially and Minnie Wynn Quigley and n n d ninteil.l.iirlnpprd. .. b

S. R. Recent trends indicate that State and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Redding. Invited to attend. Lee Perryman Davis their wives "M". 51.511 dal.l
The building itself) was a striking Bph'ederf'zulea Nur+
Federal governments favor old pensions Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellan Howard Miner is seriously ill respectively of Starke, tol. E.
age '
piece of architecture emblazoned) with i ... to ( 'OIr.I', UearrI
huge and children of Jacksonville at his home here. Marshall of Bradford County.
-but thinking people beginning to spent I Waldo, I'lorlilik
likenesses of Stalin and Lenin. At night realize Saturday night here with Mr. and Mrs. Green T. Dodd of Decatur Warranty deed to land in Starke J------

the "red star" of Russia was the most pro- that the terms of payment must stay Mrs. R. S. Rosier. Ga.. is visiting her sister Mrs A. made November 9 and filed November ------

minent within the bounds or reason. Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Morgan of S. Tally. 13.Louis .
light at the fair-towering above all
Miss Patsy Roberts the J. and wife
_Id,, _"..,,_ .L "_...1__ ___I "L_ ___! ___L ___ Y__ 0 Starke: spent_ Wednesday of last spent Hopkins
YIOC,"arcR" '' Nlc IL,yIVU uuu nits I'crlspnerc. JI1- weeK nere with Mr. and Mrs. J.I, weekend with relatives In De-' Mary E. Hopkins of Los Angeles, Tune In OnWRUF

side the building the lavish displays were Jolly Spirit of Thanksgivingevidently E. Rosier. I land.Mr. California to Lester J. Prevatt of

and Mrs. F. R., Carradine Bradford. Warranty deed 5
designed with but one object in Is Caught In This Little Bit of Poetry Mrs. Ellery Redding and Mrs.j attended the Homecoming gameIn In Bradford made October 30 acres and

view-to make life in communistic Russia Bryant Redding of the State Gainesville last Saturday. filed November 15.
We are indebted to one of our exchanges Farm
spent Friday here with re-| '
appear us near Utopia as any state can hope latlves. j I Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Davis are Tola M. Andrews single, of
for of "Little 'I
a piece poetry signed Polly"which
new residents here. Mr. Bradford
to come. It is entirely possible that thou Davis to W. H. Smith of
think catches the A number of people from the is employed A.M.SINGING
we admirably spirit at Carradlne's drug Bradford. Warranty deed to 10 11:30 .
sands of impressionable young men and Ralford Sunday school attended' store.
acres In Bradford made
of fun November
Thanksgiving day-Its and frolic, as
women left the building fired with enthusiasm Sunday school here Sunday after-I j Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Plummer 18 and filed November 18. SAbEvery '
well as its reverence. We have no idea as noon.
for any form of government' that could 'I and family were visiting rela- W. H. Andrews and wife Myrtle
to the identity of "Little Polly but who- There will be Sunday school at tives here last week-end i

bring such apparent wonders to pass. ever she is, and wherever she lives we hope the Evergreen Baptist Church''1- Watch Our Platform GrowVANDERBILT I lives In Jacksonville last Saturday ( Day Except

We are inclined to agree<< with Mr. Chail she has just the kind of Thanksgiving that The every public Sunday is cordially afternoon invited at 2:30.: to, night. and Sun. i

laux when he that "The Soviet build Mr. Paul Faulkner of Vander-
is reflected in this little bit of doggerel: attend.
By Miss Velma Norman attended Sunday school and
ing was the most elaborate propaganda display STARKE COCA-CC
church services at Raiford last
for Communism to be found in the "Thanksgiving"Thanksgiving ) I LONG BRIDGE Mr. G. C. Norman of Malone Sunday. BOTTLING CO

world today. Unlike the other foreign buildings is one time of year fly Miss Bonnie B. Turner Florida spent last Saturday night I I Mr. J. H. Moore of Lawtey was

at the fair in which a spirit of peace with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Levy Norman
Our family gets together
Q. A Crosby was a business M. Norman of this section. I of this section Friday.

friendship and commerce prevailed, the And all our relatives appear visitor to Jacksonville last Sat- Mrs. A. C. Carmichael and

Soviets were trying to sell their fake Utopia No matter what the weather; urday. children of Ocala and Miss WE SERVE ONLY

to American youth. Such propaganda should Kenneth Turner and Junior Lorena Rosier of Woodlawn were THE BEST
And no one cares the tiniest bit
Dean of Lake Butler attended the
not have been permitted at the fair to the guests of Mrs. H. L. Normanof RICH AND CLEAN
say If the skies outside are murky- football game in Gainesville Sat- Vanderbilt Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
nothing of being encouraged and invited for For we can make the best of it, urday afternoon. Levy Norman of this section

another year." So long as there's a turkey Mrs. Kale Shepperd. Melba and Kirby Crews of Pleasant Visitor AlwaysWelcome

Moody, Vera Butler and Bonnie Valley were business
A few thousand dollars extra in the B. Turner attended church In Jacksonville Wednesday.visitors to :S Stiles South on Road
Thanksgiving Day is always
coffers of the fair is not a high enough gay Lake Butler Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman and

price to pay for the brazen propaganda Russia "" And there's a reason why- Mr. and Mrs." Hubert Priest and Mrs. Ellen Barber and children of

No matter what we've got not son. Edward, were vUltlng Vanderbilt
or were the dinner
passed off on the American public In: Mr'l guestsof IS'J
and Mrs. .
f= C. Priest
Sunday Mr.
and Mrs.
We praise the Lord on high Eugene Kills and
1939. .
But I confess with lot's to eatIt's family of Worthington Springs '. '
H. Shepperd :.-
-O- was transacting I Sunday. ,', '
easier to be grateful i business in Jacksonville Satur Among those from Vanderbiltwho

More Union Religious Services .And so I manage to repeat day. I attended the birthday party

Would Have A Beneficial Influence And take another plateful ; Mr. and Mr. Kenneth Turner i I given In honor of Miss Evelyn I]
drove to Lake City Sunday after-I! Bloodsworth of Raiford Friday

There's something about the Union For I am not ashamed to let noon. || night at the home of Mr. and' MATHEWS >

A large crowd attended the box I| Mrs. K. D. I
Thanksgiving service, held here every year, :My appetite grow bigger- I Connor were Mrs. n.1
supper at Long Bridge Church L. Norman
that seems to fit right into the spirit of the and daughter. Velma MODEL
You see I need not worry yet Saturday night. I Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman,

season. Perhaps it is the fact that our fore So much about my figure. The Rev. C. C. Butler will and Mr. Paul Faulkner. I,

fathers Joined together in offering thanks And I must sing one other thing- tlan preach Church at the Long Bridge Chrl -I 1'1| Mr, and :Mrs. Bob Halslop of DAIRY

that makes it seem fitting and proper that And that is Saturday night and Rising were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ( '?
pumpkin pie. Sunday. i F. M. Norman of STARKE SEY 't

we should do likewise. When old and fat I'll still love that, I Sheriff A. O. Andreu was ( Monday afternoon. Vanderbilt( FLORIDAONE

This year especially, when America is And thank the 'Lord on high! Ing Mr and Mrs. R..1. VISIt-r I Mr. and Mrs. Russell Normanof BB49

Friday afternoon. this section were visiting rela-i. \ QUART LIQUIDl' ;/ SEALED